Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00247
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 15, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00247
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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tJ. S. Senator--,r ,l-.1trl,-t. S. .Mil- AT ST. ANDIREW, FLA.
lory, Penisnco.i:: ',I li..-trict, J. P. One Dollar a Year in Adtvane.
Ta ilinI'rm. J.ack.sn.- tille.
R,?t.r.---nt.. >tivesa--lst District,, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa: 2dd District, l'intred Sept 3. 19, :2, at St. Andrew,
Frank Clark, Lal:e City: 3d D~ trict, I- la.. as second. la-s iattir, under
W. B. Lamar, Tallahasee. Act' i CongIr-ss of March 3, l.-,'J.
Lai.! t) < .)1 .. ib. ..',* s ..'. \\V. ( R. [h..lin-
i ec ivt. I.1 'uli. Gbc.inn- WILLIAM A. EMM 0 N S,

ktate-Governiot. N. B. ErcwPrrl: Sec- 1' St e P RI ET'1' { .
retary, H. C. C'ra\'orl: Trc-asurtr. t
W. V. Knott; Aittun y,,yGneral, W. Di-phay ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
H. Ellis; Compr)riol.l-r. A. J. Croom. meanth. Position and extraordinary
Superintendent ,1 Pu[' ilic: Instruc- ,co,,litin rates subject to special
tion, W M; .illo.,a.: C(')mnfmision- "
er of Agriculture. P.. E McLin. agreement.
State Senator, S. WN'. ('lark, Blounts- "Local Drift." 5c per line, first inser-
town. tion; 24c each subsequent. Display
VA' -'inngon Coinlty--Representative, locals double al.b)ve rates.
w. A. B.')an. Chipley.; County Judge, _
!. !L \t! ls; t.'lrk ot Court, County
C-i t, R.-.,morder of Deeds, W. C. If this paragraph is checked with a
klic1kty:; Shcrilf, C. G. Allen, rer- blue pencil it is a reminder that your
non: D puty. C. 11. 1'tnford; Tax subscription hasexpired and that two
'ollecL.r. Jao. R. Thlrnipono. St or three extra number, will b' -.il.
Anlr.v; 1 'Asture,', Lou',s H. Howeli,I- Y
Vet non; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen., you that no break Tnay ,our sho-id
!-lun an; County Superintendent, B. voI choose to renew.
'F. Ga:-,.r, \Vausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
-'i, ..r-.. B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harill, Chipley; J. M. Portei, /
Econfift o; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ngton; Elton Singleton, Nixon. K-'\. "
I ji'%js-J.iustice of the Peace,
.Jo1i S tnrro-tk: Notaries, W. A.. Elm-
tnont, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
c;I~t t'oui', \V'. A. Emmous; ".:."
Ijol ):i-eetors,.G. W. Surber, Sr., .. -,
P. M.,Grills, A. I{ Brake; Postmis- .

'iillville -lostuister. Henry Bovil; .-
Constable, J. H. Daffin,.
Parker-Postmaster and Notery Publ e,
WV. I. Parke'.
'dalliw\ay-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle. .
I- -rs-Postmaster, R. Peters.
S '.,* Andrew Allan,
,' \V. Ander- -

l-heley 3. OFeTHs .

,r3.anchPresident-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

., iin-Postmas-
/ li'-uls.
- 'i--mdai--Piostmasttr;, W. F. Wood-

The northe-h mails, via, Ande.;-o,.
,Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
very da.y except Sunday at 3:00
c'(ri.-k a. iu., arrives every day ex-
c- ,'t Sundy, : at 7:15 p'. m. .,:
.ar, '; iy t'. L:; ;,l for If'rriOn, M illville,
('romun-ion 'arker, Pittulurtz. Cook,
fnriidale aii.d Wetaiipo leaves St.
A,."lie\w.s e'.-ery tn'lrning .except Sun.
i|:itr :*i *' ) o',''lo.-I 'arrive.-, c m ingg
-.v st "it ; a i" I' p. m.
1: lli t 'l 1 3.
:,ipi 71t- 11T'.i1 W yonling ave. rbnt-
Pa,,. 'il i. Services at .11 a. uui
-' iiidlay School Qvely S-unl
la. m. Rev. C. L. Joy0e,I
S. I ,.. --Ch'urch W asth
S : t t it Kt Sunday
,i, .-' :3 a. in. .,Iy Sunday.
\ -, . - '- iI "ir.
;- -,-'v \i ( orii r l orain,.
'e St Rev. 0. Do
S ; ,,*. -: ., s-viool at 9:30
., y iy I 'u StI r -

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;i 1 onteion tAven

lt',ii'ney at La;w, I
Verilbn, Flk.

Nbtary Public for State at Irrge. Of
li'e at -'core. corner of Lo-rine ave-
st. All Notarial
-' ,i ( ])i t Lit-

r- Ac'ot ,
;.:r LDrnug Store,
Ndftary Pudbilf for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of tarsiW
tor non-residenlts, specialties.
Camel Cavalry.'
It is common to think of a camel, the
proverbial ship of the desert, as a pa-
tient beast of burden. Guided by skill-
ful hands, however, it becomes a very
formidable vwar steed. The Somall
warriors have ridden. c:iames: iin many
: ,alr-.cs f'r p--.-rntir. Mount-
:' on C'. ::-:k t-,f a ; ct ',' ca; r. l with
" ''.. . .. ''"t ;r. -(, of tLe ,,-'

iif- ei

President General-Mrs. Oynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue. New York.
State President-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
111 w. Adams st. Jacksonville, Fla.

'Have you bad a kindness shown?
Pass it op,;
'Twas not given foe you alone,
Pas it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Letit wipe .tin thli.r' tears,
Till in heaven the (eed appears,
Pass It on."

Mot.to--G.'iil Cheer
(',lm'--Y. liaw a.-i W white
Slate -'l,,r-D-Dep Orange.
F l.i .m .. --O '-, ,, p ,

S .'it friet ,l. wheti thlo and I are gone
I.;,'.':,ned 'artlh's eairy labor,
When small ,. all be our need of grace
From. comrade or from neighbor;
Past all the strif', th toil.ti'tecare,
Anuldone vwitth ll the si
WhI' t tender tru0h shall we hav-, ,gai1',d,
Alas, by -imply d i

Thn lily's too &'harv of the-"-, praise
l, ill tell our m ierits Over',
And yveA too swift our faults 6bse6'
S ,all not, deftectdiscover.
i'le hancs that would not lift a stone
Where stones wee thick to6cumber
Our steeu hill path will sea r .o.wers
Above our pillowed Slumber;.

Sweei, f iend, perchance th thou
;rd 1,
Ere love is past i'iving,
Should take the earnest lesson home-
e patient with the living.
Today'b repressed rebuke m ty save
O(Yu blinding t-ars tomorrow;
Then patience; e'en when keenest edge
May whet a nameless 8rrow.

'Tis eaEy to be gentle, when
D-ath's silence shames our clamor;
And easy to discern the best
Through memory's mystic glamour;
But wihe it .vere for thee and me,
Ere love is past forgiving,
To take the tender lesson home--
Be pattent with the living:
-M ,argaret E. Sangster.;

The pieasatitest t iags in the
woil'f are pleasant thoughts, and the'
greatest art ni life is to have as many
ot ttien as pI si'hi)le.
Perfection consists not in doing
ixtraordinafy things, but in doing
,rl itisry things extraordinarily well.
It charity be in yotfr heart your
Wh ile life miay be a conti'atial exer-
.. ol i't.
Snott aniofls abot't tomfiorrow.
'day's (luty, fgh't today's temp.
I.,tiln, and do not weake'i and dis-
trust vo6rself ly looking forward to
things which you. cannot se d
cor.ld not understand if you saw
Never be discouraged because good
things get on slowly here; and nevei
fail to do daily that good which lies
next to your hand. Do not be in a
hurry, but be diligent.
If you expect a disagreeable thing,
meet it and get rid of it as soon as
you can; if you expect anything
agreeable, you need not be in such
htirr-, for the anticipation of pain is

pt.in-lthe antii;lpation of pleasure is
,pl t,.a'tire.
(f \%hat g-o ,. is it to lean? That
\ e may bec.mne inodel,,; that we may
occui y life with something betteri
than tbhiie things to which our vani-
ty piOmlt us; thl;t we may make
ourselves of some little use to our
lellows. without exacting gralitade
II .ii them.
T'hee is great danger of losing
oie', temper when arguing withl any-
one one on some trivial matter. Tljis
is not only veiy unnecessary, but
also decidedly badi policy. If you are
taking the wrong tide, it only does
y, n haini to lose 2.ontril of yourself,
and if y.on "ie in the right, there is
jio "cessa. ti, do .10 .-- A linyer .uts
wiltily put t'he miatier thus: "Puases-
sion is nine ntlis of the law; self-
possession is ten."
To the woman who wishes to make
her path through life on easy and
agreeable one, the science of smiling
is a most necessary study. Like act-
ing, or art, or engineering, it is a
thing in wh-ch only practice can
make one perfectL A little theory
may go a long way; but it is enough
to remember these two rules: 'First,
the honey of a smile catches more
hearts than the vinegar of a frown,
or the pepper of a sneer; second, it is
not the mechanical beauty, but the
significance of a smile that makes it



Co.r ghit, 1905, E,b (', Pcrccls

Impelled by some whimsical notion.
the girl turned abruptly and discarded
the neat blue walking suit she had just
S.n.,-l f.t'ir a heapt'of billowy,, lustrous
.jipat.',l that lay -;rad out over iLb.
bed. Afti:r --ua nl she conteli.l.1ii 1 her
reflection ciii .-allyv i tlih iv;il utieror
of her dire---iii_- t:i>le., titii the de-
tails '.\ iti r,...: :uri.i-ity. -
No, her thread years' absence on arn-
.rther c-itlmont had m:,nlu very lhitl'-
ililference I-.'eylnd, prt lidlpi. ihitti'-if.-
lug .ai,_h fpe tlni'e a inere trifl. T l- suiJ
tints of her hair had deepened to a
more metallic gold, the iilu-' ,fC her eye,:
to misty violet, and her mouth.. red,
finely lined, drooped a bare fraction at
the corners-that was all.
With a final wistful glance at the
straight young figure in its--white silken
loveliness, she turned and ran down the
stairs as fast as she could, pinning her
hat on as she went.
Half an hour's brisk walking brought
her to the entrance of the park. A few
minutes later she found herself com-
pletely hemmed in by an unfamiliar
wilderness' of trees and brambles. She
paused and looked about her desper-
uilc On either side was a formidable
:ng!e of thorny hedge, with mass upon
nass of lip',netrable shrubbery every-
ihere ahead. Three year' had made a
material diference in things at least
he etflecte:i.
After a moment's rest on one of the
aenches she gat up ,ngain, more than
'ver (deter.m!ne'. on he' qluest. At the
*n- of a harassing hour she stood on
:umi!;ar gr>uud at last, a tu *' o't of
:mot:ous surging all through her bcing
,s recollections crowded up thick and
There wans the same old log upon
which they l'h'. sat on lhat eventful
lay-the day, the TA'- hpur of their
'etrotlhal-now crnmbling i decay, butl
he very same nevertheless.
Lifting her skirts, all sagged, and
limp wilh dew, she picked her way

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carefully to the sound end of it and
Sat down, catching her breath in a'
little spasum of relief. In the distance
a coyote's cry sounded distinctly, and
.-: wivlte :)rIy of miio'; e;:lo .s thronged,

. it-. wa',. t
The pink gray of earl i rning flung
Iu enchanting roiu-neZs 01, .every thing,
.nd the air \\as l i,.1-i. vocal with
!::e natutiual cbhirping kf ousands of

Pre-ently the girl got. and began
', s.:uch along tile sldj tLe log for
,)jue a.ny (.e louL.iug at hert"'t then could
bave detected that f -.the unmis-
takable signs of emoj 'all at once
vis.illo on her fatee. Qrr J ears sprang
to her eyes- as ,he looi nd splashed
unhee'.ded onu her interl bands.
"'R. G., I. it., Jtuee June. '05."
The letters, roughly '-ed with a
pocketknife. were a t eaten away
at the edges, but perf --legible still.
"Our wedding day.' i murmured
softly, touching the c .inscription
with a tender, tremule'i 'ger. "Dick,
Dick-if we only hadii* For..a mo-
ment sbo felt as Utho" erePin
to Vin .TA jttjt .rTi.mnf' -.*#
nesqs-cir qluarrel, estrangement and
final separatiou-came upon ter suffo-
catingly, overwhelmingly. Then, with
a swift access of pride, -b threw back
her head, the mist drying away from
her eyes and leaving them half hard,
half regretful, bright as stars. For a
full minute she stood. there, tall and
straight. Immovable as a statue; then
she bent suddenly and laid her cheek
against the rough side of the log.
Almost on the nlstant the sharp snap-
ping of a twig brought her upright,
with a startih4 movement. Not twen-
ty feet away, just visible through the
interlaced foliage, a man was striding
rapidly toward her. The girl had just
time to gather her skirt and slip noise-
lessly I.-hind a screen of bamboo.
Despite its nonchalance. Gordon's
carel-sis swing alan a decided purpose
behind It. He came directly up to the
crumbling old log and stood looking
down upon Its crusty surface with an
Inscrutable expression in his keen gray
Preq-nitly he, too, stooped and sinn.-
hed closely along a certain line on the
ide oft the lc',. ln asn ln? unt his !face
tit up only to cloud swiftly, while =
look *,f pain made his clean, clear fea-
ures I.,.k ialmis)t .h:rp. He sat down
ind ( 'l 1.1- I in.- fai.-c in his htds with
i sort of Irli le.s- ue..s tio entire for
xprc- it Af'ter a little he li tied hl-.
sead "v. l .in'. and -tai'reI st'tra igbt abeud
)f hi..i at i,-tliag at all. Then, all ati
Ance, bh st ite.l, paled aind jumnied to
LiL flot. e-'.'ry it['ve .uivvring. On tbe
) "fC e::..:'tly i fr',rnt u .t'-iini were
'atl -: lt .--. \'. ...AIlt'S .J.tl 'inl.-! Anw l
a bit fe;"riT *r ou lay a tiny scrap of
! 1 .'. .... ." i .t of a slL',Lle oduij
-'e r t' i. i L'- [i i
; ,t 1 .i, '-i i, -1 .lu b. ', y n:1 1 p r, .', .: :.
\ !'. .. 1" ,- *" hiu ll ,.1'_.r'ef. In onr-
"(;O i' 1i .'*-. 0- :1 i tii l, i.0:' .jl r te s.-
| .. ; :i I tlt,', ,-e. fh .l lr-he..l il
: .r 1! Is \ j i a L; i si ui .iit" rushli
uot ie '.lei'-1 4-., aiind1 it wiOl.ierfl ul lightly
Ctial.e into h1 eyes. "'' i- altest uf aill \\I
inea,' he luti-.i d rad.uliih :y. -I sh.ill go
to L'.:- iiil t w ,ratiiu to lul vyu if it
tak.--s e all the e'-te'rtie-" to d) it"'.
T t' ,,..1" It.l i lie'r lh.ids tightly over
her heart. le-t t.oiit iiii ihou:d hli;ar it-
turbE.i'nt tlhriui'iiig. liter teLth. caught
unecohiset-o.-ly ''.iV erb Lh r lip, left a i clentu
row uof piUnk inideutitiDuins for a longL
time i flerl ti.rdl.
As he turned to comp past her she
shrank back a bit llnd her Tfot slipped
fatally Tihe next mouOiut (:)rd.lon wae
bending over her, nnd his breath, com-
ing in little quick jerks, lifted tle tiue
hair from her tLemiples in tiny gold
"I-I'm afraid it's going to I.e'werious,
Dick. I don't believe I (en walk a bit."
Quite involinut:irily she h~ad reverted to
the old familiar title.
The World seemed to stop revolving
for a mlinutel. Then ;ordon slipped a
firm, stroup arm about her and drew
her toward him. "I 'am going to carry
you," he sa.iid.
"But it's too far. You could never in
the world get ume bdmi--
"Less than a quarter of a mile from
here is St. Luke's"-
She laughed a little unsteadily, try
ing to smother the catch of pain in her
"Mr. Applegate is there right now. I
saw him as I came alout," be continu-
"But I dislike to trouble any one

"The 'everend gentleman will not, I
assure you, ibject to being troubled in
'this way. HI? likes it. You see, It
rather helps him -tr--ese-outt an exist-
ence. Besile.s. it wouldn't be precisely
Fair, would it, to cheat the old fellow
out of hlis legitimate fee't"
The girl :;vertpd her head suddenly

and di1d nt speak. but Gordon took
heart of hi'r silence and, bending.
toucheli. t-er Mlood burnt cheeks with
-his Illos. "You haven't forgotten what
day this is, Emily?"
"I haven't forgottru," she responded
in a little tremulous whisper, "it Is--
our wedding day."
And so it was.

An Odd Bird's Nest.
The oddest of all birds' nests is the
one built by the toutobane,, a South
African songster. It is built of cot-
ton and always upon the tree produc-
ing the material. In constructing the
domicile the female works inside and
the male oul-ide, where he builds a
sentinel box for hls own specita use.
Lie sits in the box arid keeps watch or
sings nearly all the time, and when
danger coree In the form of a hawk
or a snake he warns the family, but
never enters the main nest.

Then He Got Mad.
Husband ilumpatlentlym--If the foo!
killer would strike this town he would
fiud plenty of work to do. Wife-Is
there such a person, dear? Husband-
Of course there is. Wife (with anxiety)
-Well, I do hope, John, that you will
be very careful.

Snow Banner*..
In the sierra Nevada mountains,
when conditions are favorable for the
display, there occurs a beautiful and
startling phenomenon of nature. At
times when the wind drives up the
mountain sides in a certain direction
and with sufficient velocity there
stream out upon the air snow banners
from a hundred mountain paklc. They
are formed by the circliug wind acting
upon the light snow ani -re tli.-k and
dark at the top or : 1., n, i' *in, like d
flagstaff, then the. i.. *i a .sy I oad-
ly for a mile in ihi. rt. n waves of
Iridescent light. Thl- i. a- ,,".:ont dis-
play is rarely seen by c. .-r ..se-. than
those of savages, bti .uLuetimes it has
been the good fortune of a naturalist
to witness It when among the wild
beauties of the mountain fastniesses.

-Wheai- Su g&r



Copyri-ht1. O9, by C. 17. Sv/cllffe

"Don't forget that the matnee Is at
2 o'clock-not 2:30. Are you sure you
have your ticket?" queried little Mrs.
Blake anxiously.
She stood at the top of the porch
steps bidding her husband goodlby, and
her eyes traveled complacently over the
well groomed figure standing, hat lu
hand, on the walk below. "The gray
and black in that suit match your
hair so well!" she said approvingly.
"According to that, I shall soon have
to adopt white flannels," he laughed.
"Yes, here is the ticket, 'Left Center,
G 18. Orchestra.' "
"What'? Thought I kissed you good-
by," ;:s two children rus'hd pellmell
froam the house, and there: themseulv.'s
rapturously upon him. H1 's another,
then, for good luck. Goodby every-
body; see you at 2 o'clock."
Mrs. Blake followed the good looking
figure with wifely approval. Perhaps
he would turn around. She half wished
he w.,uld-Couluin Margaret was so of-
ten oin the lookout from her house oppo-
'lte. But n-ho Ihad met Mr. 1'eene and
was already talking earnistly as they
.'Oiluted the corner. i'.nsinl Marger'et's
bh!llailhd alwa.yv looked bI:ck anidl waNv-
.*d hiW haiu. all the vaIy .wn mi, but then
t ;as a falLmiily joke that 'ouiisl Mair-
t::erLt L.dJd i: u -- wvul ltrinre'd he dared
:i-' '.. u 'Lho -il e. **"1 -:.1 ;:'.d I nit-
';.... ;i L.,i:m resto.-:.-. l..tle '!".4. IiS::-ke
l l- -
i.: to ti i1 :. u r ta ll with
. t. *-. I .,-- i L t'L' t t ,i e' i r *- f. -.
tm i',,y ui.rker':iz. q,, Il.o n a I-rt.ry
.r'ti\ '!.h i. ti .iv i',.F e slihu nrl. nite.
ile I:-.1 fr... h p',:n an.I new i.tat,3',s
nid .r! g l. ." said ''"ir l r
.,r:.i:g v,-t t iLe fine triunlm.h f unie
S.io l., 1 l.iur-t' L,' r lim nand.al i riddle
Tin ,l l,.r 'g'i n )t wisely. l.u t ti..) well, but
.h,<, f,. :nl, Kate uinr,:.p ,nsive.
"N'\vcr r i gg ,ml:t y t. ain' me
i-w:itn' ,':i 'e-nm :'* '. nir!y Iinlairmn' fvr
., I .' ik i' f the ( <:kt. lh, m uttere'l
The markting had ..-."'.'ed .1a good
.-.Irt of tnhe I i-ij:. n It to-,'k -till Ion-
-r to 'z t the gr-uc'e r on the iph..aie u*..l
'l .;atiet. th i hl-ig, r. it K.te. nnl Mlrs.
illak., h:il n 't *'ve l Ib g'l to dres..,
whehl the cil'il ITen -1 u ,.,rt', l 1'ttfrm n El.
h(n's handle ; filirly r.ili;at;i: cl.iulinis S
in their r i vw1 'ft.. I' ,, l i e-- th;t uinw ill
ing c'ol ct. ii(.-''o to "a tr'.t"' iu i.t6own.
"EI'tl di.n't let the-_m get ,oil-'d."
.*ried Mrs. Elako egf.-ii1iu 'y. -..' tha*
thliy g t t'i-.r lun-ho-,n awn'l walk oi
4L)wly to the station. We muit make.
that next tr:-ain."
.At innrter to) 12 Tl'ha, :. Blal.:,. Jun.
ior Inrtner in the firm of M.:ittlhison &
Co:, sugar brokers. W\all street, con
suited his wntch, tlh'-'n closed his desk
with a brisk little snap.
"I think I'll go now, Matthison," he
said. glancing In at the door of the ad
joining room. "Oniy fifteen minutes
more. Besides, I am due to meet Mrs.
Blake and the kids at the Hippodrome
at 2 o'clock."
Mr. Matthison, a calm, qulet looking
man, looked up from the letters he was
signing. "Might just as well," he re-
plied. "Business Is as dead as a door
nail. We will all get off by 12."
"Mr. Starbuckle wants to see one of
the firm," interrupted an office boy la-
Blake nodded and entered the tele-
phone booth. In a moment he shot out
'of the booth and Into his partner's of-

flee, clever, alert, transformed by the
whirl of abundant life that pulsed
through his veins at the sudden de-
mand upon It.
"Starbuckle has put up the price of
sugar ten points," he announced brief-
Matthlson whirled around in his
chair. "The deuce he has!" he ejacu-
Blake pulled open his desk. "If you
.have any outside orders get them
ready," he said, hurriedly seizing a
memorandum. "I'll telephone these
down." And he dashed again into the
* When he came out the office already
:reflected the changed condition of the
market. The telephones were ringing,
.clerks busily sorted slips of paper or
hurried from desk' to desk, and a half
Dozen messenger boys tumbled up the
steps and through the door.
"Get 'em all in?" queried Matthlson.
"All but two. He balked at that
three car order of Mercer & Swift's.
Have to go down with them, I sup-
l ose."
"Go ahead. I'll tend to the tele-
Every .sugar broker in Wall street
was on the way to Starbuckle'a office.
"That's right, my boy; get 'em all in!"
S shouted a jovial fat man with a friend-

ly whack ut 'Blake's back. "W-hat
keeps .eou down here. anyway? Sup-
posed you were at the Hippodrome by
this time."
Blake laughed. "Thought I'd accept
your invitation to suil down the bay
The fat one chuckled.
Once inside Starbu-kle's office the
little crowd of tenie, earnest men paid
Rscant attemntiu to anrythiug but the
business at lihiill-a few words of niem-
orin'luln hbi.oily Jotted down on a
scrap of paper. trhiti out again., burry-
lig ilowi,. the busy street; back te tuhe
office. to the Sane tense absorption, the
same impatient jin.g!e of the telephones,
the me6seM'ger boys still scrambling up
the steps.
Blake pince thie slips on Mattlilson'd
desk. "All In," he said briefly.
"Good." nodded the older man, and
cgaln the tens silence settled upon the
room. broken only by the whir of the
ticker and the shuffiiug steps of the

Finally Blake handed rer his last
telegram and leaned ba'lk in his h-bair
with a sigh of relief. At the same time
his partner shouted, T'Ft's the end!"
hring ing his tist doivn on the desk with
anl e-niphatie thumnp.
B. common impulse te tI two men
lose. auad their eyes met in quick satis-
f'actiin. In the lull the ticker clicked
iue.--a.ntly above the subdued hum of
tile '-it'ks' voices.
Ill. ke g!n. -ed at his watch. Three
o'c i.-i,! A sudden vision of a little wo-
tn.mn. thanked by two starched and im-
mla i tte children, sent hiu posthaste
t. i-i. telcl)hnuie. "The Hippodromei"
li -,i' ,te'd. "Give this message tU the
InI.ly -ttig next to G 48--left center-
o rli'a-- 48--left center," he re-
pe (il .l. The rest was lost in the re--
turutmi.g shuffle of the messenger boys.
i:l., ke returned to his desk aud seized
thet t.lcgramrnfrom tl'' first boy. lie
-nh.-t i quick.i:n o oa lthe contents.
"'- ie hundred bai-!'els -Brooks &
lots Khanma;i City," he jotted down
..ndl handed the nlemorantdun to a con-
tract clerk.
Iel tore open the next envelope.
"Thr-ee inui-h.r.l baI rrl-t [{.Iolmes .\'
'"Ot. t in miad barrl-- l .i-l &
N i:- .)i' -- 1il .v.IIl,; n." ;I i 4 1"o thrl'o gilh
all tihe l'em,) t, Ii l' .t'lte irn.ui. w'h ile ifroI
the ro1 um ol t-'.l "l, above tl1 e huil o1tf
Vo.'-;s ;inl ,L: t .t r oi f ,qui.k stv-'. i- j e
the. ii.-oist.ut licking of thi' tlpevwriter.
At 7 i',-h-'lk .M1:tthisi.u interrupled
him. ''Bl-ke, w\\ht .lo you say to let-
ling the hioys g.) bhog.ne iand entering up
the reit of these ('ntranceit ouii',elve.?'.''
Ii a ,'.: n ,..si,! d .
It was n.;te iy -4 o eli'ck ''uuil,. Ay Dnorn-
ing when little? MIr-. BIoLO, juit.ped sud-
denily to hIt-r f r t andl. giz-e--t at te fta-
millnr lihrn.It v '~tllh so*. s-','. startled
eyei'. iac sihe ro-ilnni tl're'ii Liuo rIomn
had telephoned at S o'clock nud again
at 11, and through the telephone she
had caught the i .:; ,f voices and
thrilled in symin:a ,y .-ilth that Irre-
sistible force that .J ; men forth to
grapple with the" ir 1.
As the little cl, .. -ur.tr-: I the first
faint twitter of a ard'.; call mingled.
with a man's firm t-cad swinging
briskly up the walk.
She flew to the ootr- to the porch-
down the steps -1 : be caught and held
tight la eager, inuoli'i.:' arms. "There
is no doubt about that new dining
room rug now," he laughed softly.
She glanced apprehensively across
the street. What Would Cousin Marga-
ret say to a home coming at this un-
seemly hour? Then she drew herself
up proudly and regarded her husband
with happy, tender eyes. He was mag-
nificent, she thought-transformed with
the exultation of the conqueror. Cous-
in Margaret could have her hand wav-
ing. "Patience" playing, home staying
F.usbaud. Thank heaven, she had mar-
ried a man!"

Women and Mirrors.
German statisticians with no great
burden of serious work on their shoul-
ders have been calculating what part
o0' a woman's life is spent in looking
at herself in a mirror. She begins, as
a rule, at six years. From six to ten
she has a daily average of seven min-
ute,. From ten to fifteen she devotes
a quarter of an hour to her glass. At
twenty she certainly spends thirty
minutes daily admiring herself and
when past twenty a whole hour. The
statisticians are tactful enough not to
say when a woman begins to take less
interest in her personal appearance,.
but women more than sixty years o1d'
do not, they say, spcnd more than ton'
minutes daily at their mirrors. All
this time reckoned up-it is a simple

sum inl multiplication-makes 7,000
bour.-, or about ten months, at the mir-
ror. They then proceed to compani
the time which a man--a Gerntu animal
--dvotes to this occupation and come
to the conclusion that his average Is
seven mouths.
The Breedinig Stone.
There was a curious super!ntitwon
which prevailed in. Essex half a cen-
tury ago. It was believed that certain
stones possessed the power of breeding
other stones. I remember being taken
by a man of the upper lab-jrini class
to see a well known breeding stont
which lay on the sward by the side of
a laue in the parish of South Weald,
near Brentwood. It was seemingly :t
water worn block, of sandstone or pos-
sibly, I have since thought, of pudding
stone, which would explain a great
S.It was larger than a mau's head,
with a cup shaped cavity the size of a
small orange, In which lay a pebble
about as big as an acorn. I was told
that this pebble continually grew lar-
ger and that If it-w ere removed the
br( din.g stno, would o -ll i to breed
another. It was evident that tlih mian
firmly believed what lie told me, in:t
he got quite angry when I ventured to
cast a doubt upon the story.-Notes
and Queries.

Po'.tagc Stamp Gaim.
NWhent ,imI lick :1 pistaige stamp youj
need not fear th':t ''.:..guj is some-
thing iinclean. I', ital guum s the bei
quality on the face of the earth. I,t ,
derived from d(lrtrinr, a pr.ifnret secu:
ed in the process of ,,akiiu; star>-h from
ipotatoe', corn and the cahs.iva root.
The star'r-h from these vegetables is
treated by roasting at a temperature
of nl-out 30 degreo-f at the first stage.
aulsilg It to tin"n into d."xtriu. Fur-
ther chl:ing-s m ialt postal guin, aOt i'
Il.- ch(.lianie's wPre carried to the lin
th.i result \\,old he gr:ipe sugar or g
c,.' "i", le.st postal gumn is that w ::.
ciintiins the I';ast nimconverted start
and little glucose. WVhen the materip'.
for making gain reaches the bureau ot
eitgr'avilg aind printing it looks mni:cL
like flour except in color. It come. In
sacks of 21; i pounds, each, and ever..
consignieiont from 1d c,'intructors i-
carefully iusppcted before using. It .
i-ubject'ed to mn:lcrrsen:die:al exa.'finatiij,
Utid to c(iltmii al ai ,si.s a 11)tii.i l i this l.
followed by a practical te.t.-Kansa-
City Star.

A Tragic Caplture.
One of the most liadustriouu of tht
TAan thieves who recruitedl ihe failu.
regiment of giants for King rn.-.. .
William of I'ru.-;la was Uarmn .
pesch, whose many successor. let
once to east covetous eyes up .'
leugthy. juiti'r. lHe ordi'(o
joiner a chest or cupLboard \ :.
be as long ;uii:l dT,ro, ,as tht
himself. In due course th'. t,-a,
ed round. The cupboard Ii '
shed, but lie protested that ti
Sinal. Thi' th'e yinap.;ntcr d'
laid himself wtl01mj ii 4s l .,
dimensions. No sooner h,".: i,
than servants of, the barton
down the lid and hdfd thb gi.aI
They'carted him off to ii- ,
when the lid was opened lans .
giant there rolled out a corp:-
mian had been stifled. In his hfi ,'
king sentenced the baron to dea.
reprieved hihn whenb he wanted .

News Speel In Soutl Afrlrci>
'hlen I.tnrd Wolseley. dor;n.
Ashanuti war crr.Se'Il the Pral' I'
ii white 'ord Btrfei-c il'd friL.' t'
tiloin ~116 route. it vas P rt:,'
.ip'p d t'romr the Briti-h b tel-
wvhiclh w:ta: believed to
O O'vei''iglL Inagit c virtue.
I'a's blis niY-ter:e ,of Li-
%%bile imn L ofteu p '-,r.,
fatitimn. It 1 said 1hat 1',1
,'lersta d howi it liul 1,~
i. muil arvol- ois (o'ii'r;ty U'.
Vl..l aero~s the wh'le uf .',.
During the So.uth .Arri.un -
.whoi'e th<, tPlegraplh was iu '
Ca iP cw .- i a.:i l i.? i ; r* '
ouiicial. J'l' reltero of Mor'e!:
tih lid;e i t'ec known niex -
hinal anlml nio 7i(t Jmihle
heart oi' Cape i'olony. F'
and drum, messages con'.'
ners or cried from hilltop :
not explain speed such as t
.Ao Poetry In His Soul.*
Patrick--Phat's) thnt yez dug di
Molke? Mike-Only a clothespin. Pat-
rick .,(udignantly)-unly a clothe.pln,
is it! Och, but It's little poetry yeoi
have in y'r soul, Moike. T'TnJt av the-
(cores av shwate mouths thot same
clothesphin .may have been Into.-New
York Weekly.

I M -j

.e experienced frrne,
has learned that Some'
grains require far differ-
ent soil than others;
some crops need differ-
enthandling than others.
He knows that a 'great
deal depends upon' right
planting at the right
time, and that the soil
must be kept enriched.
No Use of complaining
in summer about amis-
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
is planted.
SJe best time to reme-
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is be-

fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi,-
dence of loss of flesh

Scott's E iusior
should be taken im tte-
diately; There is not. t -
ing that will rep -air
wasted tissue minore'
quickly or replace lost
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and builds'
up' thebody when '-rri-
nary foods abs lutcly
We'till send you sample free.

SBe. uro, that thl,
picture in the fornq
Pof.a label is on the
wra per of every
ottl otpo Emulsion
you bu y.

S409' Peari Street
n and n'
all'IfW d

NNO.- 4 8







)EW, FLA FEB. 15, 1906.


Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm
printed on good linen paper, 2.5c per
dozen; also blank retcipt tabs- 100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10e each, at the Buoy
S-The Buov st ited last week that the
new Presbyterian church bell w&A to
a e .t870. It should have saidthe bell
S.' cost $90 and a famous Blymer bell has
Sotor- r. Cleopatra ailed beer ordered from the Cincinnati Bell
The motor-schr. Cleopatra sailed
S al aCompny. *
for Pensacela, Satftiday. --You never have and may never again
The str. Tarpor. arrived from Car- have an opportunity to Cut so tine a
tahelfe and Apalchiiola at 10:45 a. fountain pen for so little money as you
If., Friday and from Mo' ile anti Pen- can now by complying. ,ith the condi-
Incla at 12 nm.. .vRterday, tions of the coupon to be found elst;-
where on this page.
FJiEitiiTING FCr rNER --Wizard Ilk Tallcets,Price, per
F EI IER box 10 cts. Pnt up eight Tablets in a
SU 0 box. One box makes ten onccs spsl.ci-
1. C. DAVIS, MAirE. did ink. l'conomical iermanont: aboj
Capacily 13 tono-Ts prepared to deliver lutely indollible, convenient non-coaro-
L.umaler at any toimnt on Sf. Adiew sive. Atthe Bnoov office
- .. "r t i, ll. n n, .u L* i .. .. ie o.

Py aLi I 1 riIa rs a n V I., C v ents per'l
thotiBird ferf. 'lftrenage solieilted. Ad-
dreass I. L. C'. DAVIS, Allanion, Flan.

VT23 XL.
W. F. WoorpolUt PROPrntTOO,
Fitted in spleand:d condition to fake ex-
eursionp or r.,es.-ngets to any point D
The Bay or Gulf. (;,,od calin pruteetion
ta the veenf of lsiad wenlher. Terms re a
"rabtfe, Aiaso.
n A I G < 0 k AllD1 A;
Capacity OI,01' feet of I.umhler will Ferrn
hetweei Vanrmdale anid Allauton. on En.-I
bai arrd *ill d.-liver freigbt of vrrry do-
scriptio65, including live st,(ck to anyv
pOint on St. Andrdwvs E(av For pmtrficu-.
ire, addrbmn 'W. F. WOUDFORU, Fnrmi-
dale, Flar.

CArTAIN, I.. M. t F.nA.
Makes regilirr tii ,s lIelw'eeti St. An-
Crewe Baly atid Punsacol'. Good pasbn-
ger accommnodirfi,.s n'ntd special atlen-.
liou paid to lian idling 'nd e- i r itng ireighli
gt reaBolia'le raftt. For particulars ad-
@dee L. M.. WARF.. Managc*r.
?St. Andre*, Fla.


t0h*pe&1 WlIh T*o gasoline Engines,
H.W. f)*rAI.TsY., MA sI-t.
I-fa'veibf. Aiinlitmef lIr every Moadntv
leave Pesaciteola very Tlihrisdan
%weitllier pvii, killing sp recial nalte,
liun will lie giren I,. receivii,- amd
forwia'rdirag frelglt tor nni(res Ilifigon
Eiat aind Nollh flay, ?.mieengers io1
polinl on eiflier arni of alhe liny c..ia
depend upion me.-riinr g lilonipt ritians
torlat it.. a ieapoi, ihle rinlp I'aP.
s- ger naeci ni..d.tionit go,,d. Express
and Railroad Freight specialties. For
lt lithpi inli riiu l ln aIpl. In
Of*tAV \\WAKB Gel. MSllanager.


*-. TrrIsS the al.i tNy Ah il lhetween St
'' dre,. y,, Wetppp aid interi.edi
"' l'"'* Leaves L, Atiriews dail
4ei (ic SaJr a ) at iti in.; arri w a
A -eave We-A p
"" .-- *,l.*.-! h(t;.a v' ", Mak es lailhigsi'eg.latly (
r.'trouio. Cromnnton, aurk& t'it B
ur,,, g., ai.i Ftimqdale. Freighlt litdeda
S ny postofluae wharf. For passenger alna
Ireight rate. see rate card in thlie ev
eral potomeilie,.
F'. A. WiTarit.,L,.. Manager.

,A, Week's cat.rHer.
S7 r ohefollowing table gives the maxi
hwmn, minimum and mean temitperai
tureq, the rainfall Iant direction of .li
wind, for the twenty-(four hour endili
at 7 o'clock p in., as indicated by U. S
government self-registerinrig thernmost
bOers. Max:Min. Menmlt'n. W'd
Feb... 7 56 44 50 .80 n
8 51 41 45 .17
9 .56 42 49 .00 n
10 61 33 47 .00 n
11 61 49 55 .02 n
12 67 51 59 .08
'* 13 62 36 49 .00 bW
t~o.r wueek.. 59 I 4- I I 1.07 I

Wev. J. M. Conway will preach in th
M. E. church uext Sunday at 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.
A Unton Sundav School will be con
ducted every Stunday morning at 10
lookk in the M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
-sing at 8 o'clock in the M. E. church.
Everybody it cordially invited to all o
these serviee.

The Yellow Fever Gai-in
haa recently been discovered. It bear1
aelose resemblance to the mrlaria
germ. To free the system from disease
gwrms, thet fiost effective remedy is Dr
XtlIg's New L'fo Pills. Guaranteed tu
eure all diseases due to malria pokit.ot
and constlpation. 25c. at A. H. Brake'

A Natal P'ts.
Aw"cord4ni to John Stow, chronicler
mnd antiquary, about 1500. who wrote
and published "Sinmmarle of Englysh
SChroliles," Sir WIlliain Collingwooa
was executed in 1484 for writing thei
folowting political squib, In a manner
SWilJc ir'b. iUs day, was considered mostV
SexfcUlintf wit:
The pat, the-cat-and Lovel the dog
Rule all. Engloand' under the Hog.
hisa wai durlBng the reign of Rich.
Sd !lt., at a in.me wien the chief
aglIbts of blm ev4l schemes were Cates'
by, Datcllff and Level. Lovel was then
w' common name -for a d4g and as a
blte boar was displayed on, the king's
scutchon' the reference to a "hog"
Was obvious' and ao offensive that it

brought about the writer's death.

"Never A*ppress aI soeem," sakf the
traloed nurse to' the' young woman
who' Had Just performed that polite
S It'. "' l g a great strain on all. the
s erer aud blood vessels of the head,
98 It throws all the, action to the back
of thA bead instead of letting it come
oat of the mouth safely and atui-ally.
The unusual and hard strWst on at lit-
t e blood ves-el that mray be weak is
Likely to burst it and cause instant
death. A loud sneese does not .sound
very alee, but it M a safe thing to do


Fate of the Twelve Disciples.
Andrew was probably crucified at
Patrae, In Achala; Bartholomew, said
to have been flayed alive and crucified,
with head down, in Armenia; James,
brother of John, Herod killed him with
his sword; James, son of Alpheus,
thrown from the temple and stoned to
death; John, time of death a conjec-
ture; Judas, said to have hanged him-
self In a very bungling manner; Jude;
said to have died naturally ind also
claimed to have been martyred; Mat-
thew, claimed as a martyr, but proba-
bly died, a natural death, Peter, cruci-
fied at Home; Philip, said to have been
tortured to death in Greece; Simon
(Canaanlte), crucified in Judaea in the
reign of Domitian; Thomas, probably
put to death with a lance in Persia or

Numan Nature.
"That fellow Spinks has excellent
"What makes you think so?"
"Why-er--he's always asking my
opinion about things."-Louisville Cou-

Alaska's canned salmon output is es-

Edlitor lhoy: W\Vo ant to m aikc
known to the leaders el oir pal'l i
the details of a veiy pleasant gather-
ing oin T'ueday night of la:.t tneel,
at. Fair View, tlie Peail Bayou huinme
of Mr. adul Mrs. Elias Ayars. It was
thiei thiriy-fourth wedding annivei-
saty anil a number ol their neighbors
and Irieuds ilanneil to take then by
tnipii ie. Sunoe c,,miug by buata anti
kline by land, they met at tr.e home
ol Ei est S iicer aiind prucetdled in a
b.mly to Fair View. At the I eavil)
lo0aled buats rouiiitdcl the Ijuint andi
adde jfor thli Ayars' hail'l, their
l.iige hiuise, nnmriuiniled ly ties cov-
vlt'd illi spaiih l11,10S % a% h ld nly
Sisible ii hlie rtn ulilught.
'Th'ie naichl uap the uidlo walk to
ti.o h]s,,ie was iucceeUed by each)

gnac t receiving a hearty weliimne
I oaun host and hIstess and gi 'en the
fieeduim of the hou.,e.
After viitiig a while one if hlie
gne.ihr read a piemle ani1J a few others
l ep niided witl recitati,,n, alf-e
which tlie whole company, 3 iuTlu
aid otit joined in varnuns gaines witlli
evident enjoy mneni liy all; tliangli
soMille o1 l 1 as ouglt ohl thl C t iaiipaaiy
kima n as '*The Owls uf P'earl Bay-
uo" aMid wil:,ed they eeie resent.
Methiinks lit-y would have beei
amuued lithat a t cealaiin widmwer liad
to laiy lIo lcits 1or lanug4li g i tihe

r\Vaim cuflve anad lunch catte .\i.x
o a tie pi ogiami, tIihen the mninl I pa-
ture uof the eveaiiig: An action iale
of niyte liu is looking 'packages. The
inoney w-:b made of paste l)oaili anid
snine of the bids a:in high. \When
tlie boxes wecie poneid they weie
ijiil d to c iio t ii a goi'jd "(etiul vtilli-
.iv-siinne cannsilg muiOa anmin.-eenl
fir the on-.l okers lhan lthie n tm -ia

-Wanted: District Managers to post
signs, advertise and distribute samples.
Salary $18.00 wcekiy, $300 per day for
expenses. St c te age and present en-"
lployment. IDEAL SHEAR 'o., :i9 Ran-
dolph st.., Chicago, Ill.
-Handsirme letter hlcads with St.
Anmdrews Bay date line and views of
eltherSt.Aridrewa Bluff. or uen6 Yia ta
PoInt, at 8c. per (dozen; aro map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY otme
-The mercantile bti,inc'ss of \W. H.
Parker& Co. at Parker is offTred for
sale. If reasons are wanted for the
chance, Mr. Parker says he has too
many irons n thle fir". For particulars,
call at the stOre o.- address VW. H. Paur-
ker, I'arker. Fla.
-Parker lodoe No. li2 F & A.A. .i(l
meet in regular communication u.nxt
Saturday at 2.(lJ o'clock 1). n. V\'isiting
Masons in gourd standing are iuvited
to pa lticipate. An order of thle rGnd
Lodge of Florida demands that visit(,rs-
must be provided with a ceo.-tiief'tc of
membership fiom their hrir.o lodge ai1n.1
a fully paid receipt for'lu,--.
-The property lists oi U 'ioy pIatrons
for Wasbijutou county i s till in ith-.
hbands of the tax collector. iHe repurte
having been too bmrny to attend to it
b'li promises to do so %ery s,,on. As
Ssoonu asit is received 'aeah of line own"
ers will he notified l1 the several
amounts due from them for the tax ol
r 1905, Meantime, owus-rs ius u %ait pa-
S-tiently and remiumber that the delay i:h
thioiogh no :auilt uf the ediLor of thll
,. --Mrs, Catharine Dolan, who. for
many years has been living on a home
stead at Piney Point on East i;ay, hat
the misfortune to have her dwcllin,
house and almost all her personal er
Nfeuts destroyed by fire on Friday, thil
9t,h ist. The accident leaves her foi
the present without a home and she wil
go toChiuago to Joni her sons, amonu
y them, George, was well known in thi
t 'Bay countay, but now h)as a responsib'b
pouiiion in Chicago. She hopes to re
t build her house in Lth near future.
-Mrs S. A. Ellison, who, fur year
Shas bean an intense sufferer from (or
ganic derangements found relief it
death at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, tbh
13th inst, at the home of her daughter
Mrs. Menge, on Beck street. Alrs. El
lison was about 55 years of age, and wa
t- a native of the state ot Aabaima. Sh(
leaves four married daughters-Mrs
e Menge, Mrs. W. I. Singletary; Mrs
g Otto Franz and Mrs. W. C. Pratt. Sh,
was buried yesterday .afternoon the fu
-" nral services being heid at Mrs. A ena
get's at 3 o'clock, conducted by Rev. C
n L. Joyner.

e A Very Sensltlve Lady.
e A young lady endowed with the
n most sensitive nerves mentioned one
w evening to a few friends assembled in
her drawing room that she had a hor-
ror of the rose. "The perfume of this
flower," said she, "gives me a severe
headache and faintness." The conver-
e station was Interrupted by the visit of
a fair friend who wore a rosebud in
her headdress. Our fair heroine turned
0 pale directly, tossed her arms and fell
gracefully in a swoon upon the otto-
-. man.
"What ua strange nervous suscepti-
f billty! What a delicate and impres-
slonable organization!" cried the spec-
tators. "For mercy's sake, madam, go
* away! Don't you see that you have
s caused this attack?"
"IF" replied the astonished lady.
"Yes, of course it is the perfume of
the rosebud In your hair."
* "Really, if it is So I wll sacrifice the
o guilty flower, but judge before you
I sentence."
s The flower, detached from the head-
dress, was passed from hand to'hand
among the spectators, but their solici-
tude soon gave way to a different emo-
tion. The fatal rosebud was an arti-
ficial one!-London Leader.

T'l e oif Ileiti I:,,IeIdI

IlIlin candy, Ieanin i.-, a -tick ,i" \ of il,'
lin ibuigej ciheilet', bligs. lI] I'-+ ,iiiIa
..iiollh. One of Ihe olier geatlleniii
Irimil lie had boinght a tiiy Cal; uone
)oulig hdyv bid hlighl to' gt a l'ar,'
1..x a nlil funii inI i ai n ,l l :i papel col-
lInr anld a last ye I iii'.i- ie t
Then thlie :li'ek ltiook te Ilor and
ipe:i.idled the conlp, a.y i dlh t tli,' laitl
w;a, lati, so the glie'str hl.lutei l ItsI
Mr. anll' Mrs. '.dlthle. waIlke. l .n e
and back from" (.'rmanionm, antl soine
of their younger ass ociates ,fuii.1 iit
iieceNsaiv to eiaploy a brisk pace to
keep iii their compipany.

thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it,
How To 'ind Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
tling indicates an
S. unhealthy condi-
tion of the sk:d-
ne' ys; if it StSins
-'3Y your linen it is
tj J ,evtdence of kid-
\tey trouble; too
-- / [ frequent desire to
,27 ~pass it qr pain in
the back is a'.-,
conviricing prbof that the kidneys and blad-
der are outof ,order.
What to 6o.
There is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr.. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain irt passing
it, or bad effects following rise of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
-ea'ized. It stands the highest for its won-
jerful cures of the most distressing cases.
'f you need a medicine you should have the
*best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery .
and a book that tells a
more abdut it, both sent 18J in 0
absolutely free by mail; g
address br. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binehammn, N. A., on every bottle
betting Ir eDn.
"Why do y.-n' suppose so many peo
ple say they like to listen to the raiq?"
"Stupid! Because the rain is sunch
aa eavesdropper." Baltimore Amerl-

Afraid of Strong medicines.
MAaiy people suffer for years from
rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so
rather than take the strong medicines
usually given for rheumuatism, not know-
ing that quick relief from pahl may be
had safimply by applying L'hamherlai'i's
Pain Balm without taking any medicine
internally. For sale by all medicinuedeal-

For Sale, Cheap.
4pply at the Buoy Office.


W e will be at the tollo u iU;4 .i'.-- .,: '
be dates named, for thle I,,ri.-.- of
*ofiectln the tax.\ ofI" I ".L ai.1 as-. ---
ng for those ol '190J Tlhi i tr- la-t
rouiid. Re sure to meet. us.
Caryville. Thu'.sd;Iy, FC-L. 1 .
Bonifay; Friday. F.eb. I'.
Chipley. Saturday. Fl'b. 17.
Orange Hill, p. o.. M.liiuia3.. F',. 1. I
Davis'Mill, I' osli'-Ily, Feubi. 211.
Fountain, Wednezda', l"e.. -21.
Econfina, Fhuresday, F'eb. 22.
Nixon. Friday, Feb. 23.
Bachead, Saturday, F.:h. 2-I.
Grassy Point, Monday., Fet. 2,,.
Ht. Andrew. Tuesday. F( bi. -7.
Millvale, Wednii-sdla.*, Fe.1..
Parker, Thursday, .March I
Welappo. Friday, Mr-ch 2
Vernon, Mond 'y. Marci -b*,
Tuesday, Mar-':l '*
Chipley, Wc-dne;da. Marlch 7,
Thursday March,.i .
J. R. THOMP"--'N, Tax L'olle-'ltor
J. \. BUWEN, T'ax A-.--..r.

WANTED-.Meun 1i ::t, sat ..-
tra\ el, po.t signs, ial veril e aa d I,.',
sam ples of cWir goo6iU. .Sail.y .'.5> p-
mn nth. t 3.C00 IM r Iday for :- ',l-' -.
KUHLM AN (C',. D-).-t. S. ,At ',, l.3),.'.:.

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re fto w'!ii- 10 r'Ipq to Collie
pcI It'ol' il i h J' se'a". A
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!t iia V. lit fi'Iit sinig, as
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Peole th ue wikield ,user wi-re hhiri Ted-I -n li, ('u' f i' 5sa
le-arninag sLA thet' lainhugof sa Is' Il'-il iiiI,, is' fiii ti"is i'.:iiII
ute iisliuh a'-sl~-ithiiia~' I-'t iI -i tin(, to the wm''d i- greatest

Ihak ~ ~ 011 Kualu- r a-a ,j sa ein j1' kNow IDaislcvryf,)i
faiiai..111aa liaf ll~iit il-. u l ~ 'sii.- I t~cure coii:,aIT] ption -if ttall't'
snaleaii'3-rill wcrl - h s- xi' ifeimpiroved w-itli si-st

i1.1 rhtalti'd flma 01a ndn c"Wiiii' s-id 1 xbA-tci 4~'nta
lt-njrie~aai-d I*~ IIiftjfney ~fit r'idr etd At A. TI.

HIM a~who had viei-r ie,-.n IjIi.- i t Iill I
inosist have arded it"Q ,dj 111, tp". pit .A. iaie Kniow.
use o atl~idtori-d. Ii-En WK IK 'Iie'a talet hin the sailrs' home
Inst aiiii-s-o -i -o 1a it' '~ I. H-flt 1sto .OjiesiM ar R a
Ilit -kill in f-.skor lA 4(.'I--I Ili Ill- Lt it'- t''IL I -:I 'd-ir ,- )r -e 1the niast oil the R,).
L 1.i 7# t. id sp% c- sit y it '.it -.1 iIll, Is- it in 0 :ia irr s a t a strid e o f th e
t~iaarn I kss'Laitl Ii ~ ~a ---.t'' ii ,great WUNO ltbroke over tile
t V I [ i U 11, 1of a i- '-i *iI I I I i I *ai I .. )Pt',ht(dow itthe inaiitnmas c.
8;ti(, o* v li fe's' hil'c hi A ...I'* 'a I .' I'Ii 'I s-i-s C -. ',IiIV one c han1iceto sav lUC tll
ii ll jss~ mai~'ai~'' :. x L s~ I 5i V to CIt allay the li tter'.

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; ,. '' ,,1 ot 1] !'iu at him'
S. ,i . h i 'n heslit tea d, the'r
1 ... ii 1:.-irF ud Ma"'rr, helpless,
S[ ,'. l I -o !;w tlh t his dei5i
-'.', I .. thie boat's s-lv:ti on, and ho
- i ., ni -s Go ddby.
Th"', I... lot lhims-If l r1 i iito the cold,

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Found ed in m 7,ad built ;-;F)[,N the ki te L41. VNI. rV e"
n ow T ho'i'tmu 1,g1iy Reorogan izx'J ::itic', hunder NK-'a.\ Nli i m (zLt

Solicits the Paal ~ oLA Fa fr G '
of the House, of the md t' ~ il -at ld\' illt., "Is
well, aud Cguarantees llfiCrfONTI [',!It-111dC1QKI't'%cti(L1S httlI
to W.

We Pay the Fre-ight (2' all G~ood's exc.)p.t Flotw.'. v'aI
aud Feed to any Postoffice oil the '.y.

We Never8r

We Fulfill Every Pro rike x a ,:;m 'r 1"1d(,0 elo ovs.
wmIOL rO ibe CCL t ,ia t o or 1i -aa,ug'e aiIIa ste15%0hosar
WE OR~pan ordeta-ntis(In From I1a-iI.'s k(a zsaio-.,uta lisand Pci-san
crdmover to reu ,witLiont naereq'ky hr n'r 14:1is-',-u Ia-sof Ittuii,-
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Wcdnesday,110:00 a. mi
'TIIui'OdaO. 6:00 a. m.
'Th ursda'y, 12:00 noop.
Monday, 6:00 a. mn.

I hiar, 11:301 a. inj. -.1'- n.Frdy :00 a.
'Hiday~. 101.U a. n,. 1- i'4:0u.
lrdv 1:3c0P,
Pet'saiola to SitAdeNaoAmpl 1'-'ip viasl4:0

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a iiI 'it el th int co-ts '1 vei.at .'-)o all i p ell is -(I ts,1l('h~Av im 1boxa nd
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I,:| ,r, 1? lb Tea, lb
Granulated .... 6 l HeNo....... 55
Coltee,A ..... 5,1 5 uinpowdcr. 401
L browi..... 5 nUncol',P.J1ap.40-60
,ifr,.; ,. Cond muilk, )y can
S een 12T 2 U nsweetn'a. 10
ArtbuciCle 12-15 Sweetened ..... 10
inuer ." i.'3t 25 Baking powder
Sracker., 1" ., 10 oyal...... .. 50
Solaceo, plug y .0a1 Campholi ..... 10
-Aisins Canned fruit
ludon Ityvers.S- 15 Peaches .. 10a2()
Valenci a... .. 8 Tomatoes ..... 12
lic. .. ........ 6. App!h s........ l0
t pples Pears .... .
1 Drie VeAC hes ApricW .....I l-.0
rha Oil i .r 1 .'. 20 Str'awbe'ries...2;
lasolin .... ) Pineapple .. .1 0-0
i d .-. .e 'u ned 3M i ts
1i ,....y .. .. ^ l' t ,1 f 12Q

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It .-li)', -'.t- 1 ,* '*' 10

ggs per do*.lO. 2 O

t'Flo r l'ork
Ftarof S'ih 2.3: ). S pr ......
Ohelisk ...... :' -'. Bact l Sides.. 12
Uoru Meal pr Ibu'o-o 1Fresh .... a It
Oat Meal pr lb 5 Br 'kf's t 1 e' 1I- 6-
Cornl per hi .i75a 40c , oltatoes Shouldes ..... 1
Irish....... 1 40 lief
tarlv It'se seed .6 Cor ed . 8
Sweet.. .. 600075 Fresh ........ ..
' ,lt,pr sack. . -00 Dried......... 2
lale..ae ..... 5 Milk pr qi .. 10

ailsn, uer lb4ta5i Ax,witllhandle. 75
I illv wire do.OattiA lloes, eeaclh 3_ 3 50
'Ln.ll i rip.... .9a2 opper paint, caln 50
i ,, .* . .0 -a25 lU need oilm,gal55(l((0
Pipe, per joint 18
S dl.Y i;OODS,
"ri pts, er yd.. M 5ckAs . ...... .a
Slieeti gs . . 509 i nnl ....... 1. 40
3i uslin...... .9al1 Thvead per spool 5
leis ...... ..15a Shoes,ladies.ii2 Q 75
irt pants pat 245 A Menii's... $110ia )0
Hay pr cwt. h5al ."5 als pr l4 ., .....
lran. ......... 1.25 Brick pr. M.... 13 Q 0
topeSimal .. .7@9 Lime pr l.....
FltUIT nlnd NUTS.
)rauges pr doz.. 45 Plecans pr Ib..... 15
Apples....... 15 Walnlut ...... ... .2
'.e iii.il- . .. .. .. A l nond s ......... 15
;E shell pi y "0 pr t .
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Face '' 12.00) F..'v ... 12.00
g.Ip ... 10,011 Sap ... 10.ill
Drof siding, CI ,lapoard s,
Heairlitce l~a. 141 .0 xxli iii. uym l io "_t 10.00 Fiiiishii'qc luniii
Buff lunihrer. (@ l, her, d 12 1Y 5.01t
4eart shingles, 2.50 Lath, il .... 2.)
n, "' 1.50 iBoa' lt illu er,
d- ed .... '

There is more catarrh ini this l ee!tiotn of
the country than all other disepses put
together, and until the last few yoars was
sunposed to be incurable. For a great
maqv years doctors pl.roilunced it a local
disease.. and preascrihedii local remedies
and by constantly failing to cure. thil
local tfreaitmiroli, pronoutillecd it incuiaiile.
Science has proven ecitari to' It !, a conl-
stitutional disease, and thirowu ro re-
i 1ires constitutional irc ltite nt, 11 t l 1 s l
Catarrh Cure, manufactured lby F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is (lie only
Constitutional cure on tire mirkut. It i-
takeu internally in doses from ten dro-.
to a teasboonlful It acts diOi c tl y on lle
blood and mucous surfaces f the ,.ysitein.
They offer one hundred dollnia f(or any
Wase it Ia Is to cure. Send for circulars
itnd testimiontrls. Address, J. F. CIE-"
NEY & Co, Toledo, 'Ohio.
Tile Hall-'s Fainilv Pills for consti ia-
Don't Tilk of Your 'llenl:.
If you .ire .ul w..-im .in'i 1.,'. ..bout
To io Jo s-1 o -iy rvy:,X : ...'-,;,it' -. y 'r C.l.-
Aclousness of phyIeal discomfort; oliso
ft casts a shadow of p :'-i, over other
people. They grow hesitant ;l!L.tu ak-
ng you- how you fee!. Iit givc3s -i;
coid chills to be eoiltouai';y toli tLari
you are "not very well" or "not so
well" or '"about the fame."
Do you know that a F-,l (C: 1 of
fhis is ina'in"ation? If you br;eid rp

and told people ehoerily !that you frlit
tiptop nine chaice"s in ten you wouil
feel tiptop pretty soon. You'd forget
the ailing habit.
Don't let yourself become a slave to
- such a miserable little asmorl'br of0
health and lallt"ipes as the pirptet';al
habit of "nfrtt f-oriki e.-"-,o;tun
Strength of rthsheljs.
You must, so':1e time, try to open
the shell of a fresh water ulussel o' a

sea clam. You will find
of your hamd has great :t
th bo -
larger t ., :. '
gers. I .

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Jifn ',iinrt of Eu confina, wiho
buiighlit out L; 1. Arrington of this
place has takeii liossession of his pur-l
c'hii e.
0. C. Toinilkini, while sawing out
lumber, had the top of his thumb

others and that it will soon be open- badl
y crushed taking the pail com.

ei to tile public. It is to be hoped it
will b)e so.
The Susie B. comes to o' r wharves
two or three limes a week trom bt
Andiiew with li ads of ttouints to get
where they know the fish will bite.
Outi school is preparing some exer-
cses snitlible lr ettel tailing the
puble on WaVaiiii;tni biithlay.
Mr. andt i Mrs. Chas. '.iiley gave a
fine biitlLidy dinner la-t Saturiay to
ihliae c l en. Iofl ('r)iiinaiitln, including
E. Mosher, wlhoin the children regard
as one ofr ilin, illn ) ior of their
el.ilclln, w\vhlise bialhlidas are pretty
close tfo>'lier. And a fine tine was
,i ,j lye>t lhy labl,'. wliiil W3 as \\iN0 l loaded with
tiieo oo' l thiii ofi lil' hi'ich tile host
. ' i' a lit ',f Ilie
.. .1.1 1... .... ( i 1h.U d iiig E [ lier.
I l. i l l t .- il ., .1,i i, ah i 'L 'Ca v
i .-,', -, ,, ., ti d E va H ..._,,-,
Aet aa!tt MAlittio Stn(luebak;r, and
lislie lhiiey; Maisters F_,rd am i
Craig Stulllakil'r k and Jolhn, Orli
1ai)l li.y B liliy, iin viihos, holilor the,
paiy tnl n iitWner. wer(e givni. Maiy
thlio ;nil live to' enj'iy iln i .y rior0 such
j loas ;t u1 i11 l ial .
F. \V. il .-kiis is planting an or-
,,ii e ;r',>v(l thins x\ iit.cr, ail of tilhe
; ltiiia ii o t'
i]. W 'lss rI i'in li t il (.'anl a liii 1 ill
h .lin i ; ; inter.
iOur Nuidil, Goeo, Kilw)ev, has
aw l t ;.( alno h!vi r lu nit t o his ken:,el.
,J.;a: '; ie, tii,'1ko lia, l his first
caas' lust \\'el 11- l i),ks ,lig ifield on
I liei- Il,'ii .

' ialulmlll r "nini '. ,.'l.Ullnl tl l llmiii l vy lhe
it s I' Vo i't e. ,
The soothllig :1.iid healinlg properties of
this relii'edl, itn; peea-ai t t1,-ic and per-
nianenot cures i.1e limadl it a favorite
witl) po iple ve \ 11 re, It it s especially*
prized Iy riim)tievs ot small l i children, for
vcolds. crop andl wI oopinig coughl, as it
always nIloirs q1 .ii' I', iict'e, iand'as it con-
lins, 110o opiium or other harmful diug
it ; be agiv'n as colnfielntlysto a haby
Ia to an 1. Foi sale bYr all medicinee

Si been
I *- rI of
I" 1''L: icoiats
1 *. , :, .re L'.Ti it
St was onbe
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tilNy nluiie of Iao.in e i. r i 1.-
ticoats in the couutily ,:. .'These
were war:V witlbigh wvaii3tS and long
skirts r.c'- ltT ;'i i... i t to the ankles,
anl a II);.id ocritl r ..1 ...'.: au
Eu,',:i'th c'tl~ ~- t n;! oc k' completed
the co ts:i ';b i th w-,, n.) dilliculty
in uis. .3 i; I .'.o.; by their I
drC, 1; 'r n a ... right u-
der his mi;::', ,, t'o ,, m an' i
W"i,3 in o t ::;i I V 1hon they
wali:ol ( i'y.i .- 1i. (oy resembled a
c.)a:o o;' ;, Nonih's ark
of I'. t y ., ,, if of the real

If you haven't a ir't, 'Or, 5",, ,, movement of the
bowels ev- ry *-:v.1. i'1' i.i r'. cil!x o. Keep your
bowels coon', and b, .A. Force. in the shape of
violent h,'y ic or nill i- j0iso .- is aing. 'ons. The
smoot1.csu, eatlest, miost 1cr ct way of keeping
the bowels clear and cieii is to take

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Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sickn,. weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 events per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.


Is pl~epared to list property
lor sale ',nd pay' taxes or
collect rents for non
Te r-ns easonable.

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Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Sconiers
were guests of Mrs. 0. C. Tompkins,
Han-el Ellis is eniploved as engin-
eer at E. W. Toipkins' mill,
F. S, Higginbotliam has the frame
ip lor h is new house.
A. V. Lanidgraf was a pleasant
caller at the mill Monday morning.
E. W. Tompkins attended the
quarterly meeting at Millville, last
Willianm BrookS on the sick list.
It is most gratifying that Mrs. E
W. Roberta' health is greatly inui

The Rift in the Lute.
There was never a time when Mrs,
Austin did not attempt to put the best
foot forward not only for herself, but
for all lihr friends
'lHow'. Mairy Ellen getting on?"' nsk-
ed one of the neighbors when Mrs. Aus-
tin returned from a visit to the house
of a former resident of Bushby.
She fixed a keen gaze on Mrs. Austin,
for rumors of M:ary Ellen'f domestic
troubles had reached Bushby some
time before.
"Why, she's got everything fixed lip
real nice," said Mrs. Austin slowly.
"She has a good house and yard and a,
':arden and a most excellent cow and
.,o ine o' the likeliest hens and a couple
o' pigs and"-
"Is it true that her husband has reg'-
lar temper tantrums every little while?'
persisted the neighbor, who had small
patience with Mrs. Austin's point of
"Well, well," said Mrs. Austin, with
some discomposure, "I don't see any
need of dwelling on that. When folks
have a good deal of live stock some oW
the critters. is liable to be ailing nfow
and then."
T'rIov-hwin lt:e, Katdkerchlet.
Sj-nti'o:t coded from an old manu
'ript: "Tu thl Foundlng Hospittal the
:.. ai'e l,:.."- a y!r'.entices, the W o-
'.i > -:-; ...-' u pr.'-:;...; tiio' ye street, and any
'ii ;r' 5i.n '.wio es ;-; Eo i t Hil!ty to tiar IHeir by
,',)';, g !;s h- k .' c'ihef." The fulr-
.. lV<;'7iUCi'; r: i.u'ld previous to
~.: -a:- ~ar, not stated. Perhaps
,'::i peculiar custom iN the origin of
(: .n "i-!.ov' g the handker
i.'"--N .-" .:': C"einitury.

The Seventh.
A. nisier-I made seven hearts happ.
S,-':in.r-F'ow was that?
t-Ma-ed thi V e coonles.
":onr" '5-:t inak'es only six
S-- ., d you thin I Jd

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Sick Headache.
This distressing ailment results from a
disordered condition of the stomach. A.ll
that is ne two of Chamlirrlnin's Stomach and
Live.r Tablets. In fact the attack may be
':nr',l'l 'ff r pr.aiL I'--siied in ovcritv
I l.iK rng a d iJiP of' Ihese Tal'le:tsas 0isoo11
a Ihe iirst ~yviimitom )n of an r.taick ap.
Ie.Lr<;. For sale by all lnedliciie dealers.

c u Iii''. 61iaira

delegation heie.
L X. W. M, i'snF~t Dodge,
Iowa, Whoi)it % ili Cie mni.iieet
the caprtain 'il I lie .1 Il I [aLIji ViSil-
e~i St. Andi ew iin coninpm ii w ith h isi
,laughter ull L0 o l t imacO OCCalsiOlls
several vecli.mag'', i-3 %iilII 118 Racjill,
alone, thiia ilmie, tImli %%II iI flilailli for
a Ieu~gtli3 sypujo u.

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S. i ar placed
' -t", .'- I r the see-

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v'el ; of Iie e.orI(lcP.
It is 1o v ; ; ,:L -. ,' vli;(.h fall
fr:M l tlLo i .;.i:- ,1 it. n r, tired by
,he inip ct i ;, ,1, -.:ri.,: ii atm os-
>'_ero. A-,tr:.': ..I. ,. tiLi.ii' that they
all with a '.... n .'t i h-a.-. Clt60,000
y u'ds per seeondi. This t ,'.tr,'jr.lii. :'"
-r[*" ia best ill-I.f::r.t. .l l y ] :1.fri [ip tl'in
it .with a bill] r,.,!] 'i ci)'.I ri cnnon,
v1-hIl, ever tr..' s v. it.h a poed great-
er than (00 yards -e..;- .-cond.

Still In i e Nobllity.
NI-'1l,,.r-lIow ,ini y,'ir daughter's
ntari'age with TL.!t C ';ut turn out?
Mrs. Brickrow-IL,.- r I I-t letter states
ht hlie has spent all her money, and
she is taking In washing; but, then, I
rc'-uLse, she washes ouly for the no-

-ot Intersted l.
Father- Robei is it niat about time
that little boys vie In bedl? Robert
(agod six, (T:ir+.'l' ... .; g;: .hlg at his
whatch-- Really. :itb, ir. I m-.t be ex-
elF( frofm njir!g ,mti ol)intIOl. It
is a subject in whi.hb 1 have little In-
terest. I have no little Ioys, yuu know.

A I[eal l i i .-ire!.
The Rev. JT. C, Wari:ir 'eui, pa.tor, l'
SiF:1i'oll B ',itir.t chOrcl i, i'i l r. (;b .,
says ( if El'tcli'ii'. itlIr-.: "It' a a ii-
as ld ti o intilinil. It rllen j m f ain. 1lie

sn rot, nito walk a milieI. T te(I lj'i; t le i, 1
ElIevt vic B. t I havc ,nI.I I[I-6'~' 'l.tr'rin
Ilha' jui't wal k'li:. I h nii1.-.5inll ifly
mI u uji l S .11d f -VlI I i 1wtv.tlWAk11 111
move,.. R'Is mjade ia no'w mnia; f c."
Gvcatest reii id v lvw o 1ric-s ;nd ;ill,
stomach livor and lkidin'!\ complainiit,
SIJld Lndev cgiiiraritee tiar.\ 1 rk

r and L- l., eiV af

oitractlan Bugilr anq Wo1lr inm wo

Factory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave.,

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

Factory Equipped with Engine andI kJi M.M Inery

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair-Buil Iding, Etc.

Estimates Cheer .lly Furnished.



At W. W. TUCKER'S Old Stand, MILLiLLE, FLAq,
Carries a Full Line of


Dry Goods,





Headquarters for the Purchase and Sale of Country

When in Millville, Don't Fail to Come H

See Me

oile? tho size


S ': Thereare moreIMcCall Patternssoulainthe United
,, ; . States than of any other make of patterns. This is on
account of their style, accuracy and simplicity.
SMc 'all's Insgazine(The Queen of Fashion)has
more su'.,cribers th.,n any other Ladies' Magazine. One
year's subscription(i numbers) cots% 50 ceutn. Latest
> ; ; number, 5 celts. Ever subscriber gets a McCall Pat-
tern Free. Subscribe today.
Lady Agent WVanted. Handsome premiums Of
1i .-*..... liberal cash commission. Pattern Catalogue( of 6,o de.
sjgns) and Prpmium Catalogue (showing 400 premiums)
bjnc0. 09t free. Address THE McCALL CO., New York.

The Jar of


Hammer blows, steadily ap-
plied, break the hardest rock.
Coughing, day after day, jars
and tears the throat and lungs
until the healthy tissues give
way. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
stops the coughing, and heals
the torn membranes.
The beat kind of a testimonial-
"Sold for over sixty years."

M ade by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Mas.
DAlo manufacturers of
jl yel 0 HAIR V1601.G"
We have no ve~-ets Wo publish
the formulae oif al )L. i 'dicineos.
Siliousness, con*i;zia'on retnrd re-
'covery. Cure thes-e v"ih Ayr's Pills.
L'itepr '.', ;.: .
rLt youlr iettcr be vritLen as aceu-
rately ai you a;re able-I menu ,with re-
gard to I.nn.gu.ge, runniar and stops-
for as to he of ithe it f it te les trou-
i;e you g:-e you,,n-sif the better it will
be. letter, s iould be e'y and fnatiral
tUd convey io lthe )pergOlS to whom we
I':.'. '- w ha t v: :* !i'!. ..iv 1,)
S soIs if w,-e were with them.-
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Sle or Ph ;;'!il rCliture?
cme',-. .,P (ivihoso v iife w,''.t let h11m
come to hLrerrkf'..:-.t 1liss his t ib ehs :ire
o:;iIe3)-- wonder if irhnly r(i:lly
wants no to be s it'il!h or if this is oul.\
to workup an apptlvii'te to eat her bis.
cuits.-- Stccs.-;s 3M;gtaziue.

"I looke-d everyswlhre for you at the
church YT:;r last: ( I :;.." s i. her
ardent devotee, "''.tJ didn't see yVoI."
"'You fo,'r,," s' an'ower'ed sweetly,
'that I rn ('hr;ity."--.J'Tu'e.

I-n i Yours Danllpt
A sub;..'iper w1lho con-l'.laind to the
Je i.le:,' 1rit his; paper -vwas dampn"
rtect'iv.dl tio reply from the patilit and
l:): :i. ii?.ff -.' edIitor that perhaps it
was becausee tL,,re was so much "due"
on it.

A'oth er Vie-T.
r.';. ?ip( il'1-e- When I i out withi
th~y I)vcly lVW fr'[.k iicopie i'l think
'vo ; i r. Me-
-;pi :uro-.i'X D1 Il('.': think I've been
<.aa-king a ..if e.-C(levelaud Leader.
'T'he Best Physic.
When you want a physic that is inild
and gentle, easy to take aid certain Io
acet, always suse ChaIluhebeilail's Stomach
and Liver Tablets.' For sale by all medi-
cine dealers.


I ',ii n rt[ l f '. Uii u, n , i . 1 .1 17 -
ida. In re E-I e I" it 1-. [ir.,, I n.
W ,.li'iton County.
Ntlie is herebly ',iii,. to all t ihom it
may ,j1oncern, that i ti,,' 1-it day of S temln er, A. D. 1906, %o shiall apply I to the
Honorable J. R. Well-, Judge of .iid
Court, as Judge of Probate, for oi'r tiral
discharge as executrix and executor of
the estate of R. F. Brackin, deceased.
and at the same time -.e will present to
said court onr final accounts as executrix
and executor of said estate and ask for
their approval.
Dated Feb. 6 h, A. D., 1906.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
Jon. 2. 1906.
Notice is hereby given that, the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his i.itention to. make commutation
proof in support lof his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the
Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
Fla., on Feb. 20, 1906, viz.,
CHARLIE E. EVANSof Nixon, Fla ,
Hd 33384, 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. Mclnnis, C. F. Butler
of Nixon, and W. H. Steele of Lau-
rence, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.

Frightfully Burned.
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

7 ,V3 ta.cmit the raven in a dror.ngh
.) th'^. 1: 'Los ilto a hollow tree
,hcx'.'- 50I'e cspic(d v,-iter, that the wtter
,i`i't ri si) a slie lniglht come to it?
Who ta oughtt the bee to sail through
a v.ist sea of air and to find the
'ay from a fower In a field to her
Who taught the ant to bite every
rratii of corn she buried in her hill
ie ;t it should take root and grow?-
.. con.

To Keep From Growing Old.
A swiudliig firm once advertised that
it would send for the sum of 2s. Gd. a
ie-)e which, if followed to the letter,
would keep folks from growing old.
tome credulous persons answered the
advertisement, remitting the required
f e, and received the following reply:
"We would advise all such idiots as
you to commit suicide at about the
age of twenty-five."-London Tit-1its.
Itnaik Cnre!enc:;s.
A ANew Y-'rkpr who, being" rich, c:n.
-!: I 1 121,nm Sn e 'r a t ;;i'd to his vY: '
3:i: )'-n'^ 11n "H[ i'cin" "Sir," s, i
,'a'i :n!:1. "rol ; e r" !]c. C;::r'o";<,s
C 11i. Ch!, .',. I ih ;' 13t, sir.'

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We carrv at all times a iW ell Selected Sto'k i'f M ilbhaintide adapted ta
the o t. Andiir,.ws Bay tra1le.
We will Not Be Undersold I

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The Man With the Toothache.
A man, with the toothache doesn't
care about anything else. The glories
of the world pall on his taste, the Won-
ders of creation seem as naught.
The tooth becomes a volcano of
belching fury and the rest of life hid-
den In a cloud of Its billowing smoke.
You can't borrow anything from a
mania Ith the toothache. You can't in-
stiru.t Mind Improve film. You tell him
that the world travels at the rate of
1,000 miles a minute and It doesn't
startle him in the least. He simply
You say to him, "My friend, there
are stars so far off that their light has
not yet reached this world," but be
doesn't mind it. He only howls.
You tell him that some of the sun
spots are 100,000 miles In diameter,
and that one "of them would take a.
Jupiter at one mouthful, but It Is noth-
ing, to him. The toothache Is neglect-
ful of scientific truths.-London Tit-
Moes anl a Sanitarian.
Moses himself was a sanitarlan of
no tmean accomplishments, and many
of the principles established by him in
sanitary science might well be exploit-
ed in modern times. The type of camp
which lie established for the detention
of unfortunate lepers, well modified to
suit modern principles, would serve for
the check and practical elimination of
consumniption.--Scientitic American.

No 1 No. 3
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ivito. Molit-.,Onivd'-i Lea% V II: 15 a it. III :Z5 P.m).
13ir.inii.Iham 8:,',3 4:05 '
C'in'in'mt '' 6:Ou 1B:15 n.M,.
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Harp 10:21 '",
Galt City t0:i5 "5
Miltou 10:10 '
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Holt- 9:35 "
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Crestview d:13 "
Deer Land 8:55 'i
Mossy Iead 8:40
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Argyle 7:44 "
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We-tvillo 7:17 "
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Chpley 6:37 '
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1'.~'~,~ f1.Ti-b-ir rnilgnhr diet
U -- lI-'' e21'5l.~ '-'d -:c'-11 "Ith onie-,
wil~uil '''r*fu 'h"e ~"
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~-Iil v a'.viry calil
,~' ~..~- T5w osf'4ived to o
i .1h.rn tspa.

Green-Joues m-&:, *.,ovcr by A trol.
ley car yesterday. 'Ili-y say ho ra! i ', f
recover. Br~own%-W1ho 4aid he (';tldn't
recover, his (Iocto' o:- 14.s Iawyer7-Chl-'
ca~go News.

Her :
Mr. Settlodowj- .1..: itntay t
home once in atwi r of do.
niste lsaWI 1) VC aL eof our
own. Mirq. SAtk'd--iC'atyan
Som011C phtcleCSe to g. t.)

ACr':iatl'n i1:,the dcluugliter of .

Wake up your liver. QCre
your constipation. Get I
L li ,I of your rbiliousness."'-

Want your moustache or beard
beautiful brown or rich black? Use B UCKIN, G HAW SA v.a. 4i


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A Very Sick1 Boy.
'Mark Twain on his last visit to hlI
birthplace-Ilanuibal, Mo.-told to the
school children a true story about a
*"This boy," he #did, "awoke one
inorning very ill. His groans alarmed
the household. The doctor was sent
fort dhd came N&sthaste.
"'Well,' said the doctor as he en
tOred the sickroom, "what Is the trou
"'A pain in my side,' said the boy.
"'Any pain in th e hadV
'Yes, sir.'
'Is the' right hand stiff?'
"'A little.'
"'How about the right foot?'
"'That's stiff too.'
"The doctor winked at the boy's
"'Well,' lie said, 'you're pretty sick,
but you'll be able to go to school on
Monday: Let me see, today is Satur-
day and'-'-
"'Is today Saturday?' said the boy
in a vexed tone. 'I thought it was
"Half an hour later the boy declared
biwm.i.lf healed and got up. Then they
pat-ked him off to school, for- it was
Friday after all."-Philadelphia Rec-

Boiled Alive.
In English statutes of the sixteenth
century the punishment set down for
the crime of murdering by poison was
boiling alive, and a girl was actually
executed in that ghastly fashion. In
i.7~S Father Stone of Canterbury suf.
fered the same dloath. A curious ac-
count ij in existence which gives the
ininunt paid "for two men who set the
kettle nnd parboiled hIimni" and "to the
women that scoured the kettle." The
sentence wnas not always carried oul
with so miuchl ferocity, for culprits were
kometines hanged before being boiled
In one case it is recorded that a man
was first hanged, then boiled and there

The Stronge.tt King.
The strongest king on record, so the
story goes, appehara to have been Caiun
Julius Verus 'Maximus, the 'son of
Thracian peasant and emperor o:
Ltome. It is related that with one o
ILis angers he stopped a chariot dash
hig by at full speed, that he couli
,lraw a loaded wagon, by a blow o
his fist could break the hardest stone
between his lingers and split trees wit]
his hand. This redoubtable sovereign
was cight feet high, and ,his wife'
- bracelets served him for finger rings
We have passed over Og, the king o
Bashan, who, as the rabbis say, wa
nearly six miles high, drank wate
from the clouds and toasted fish by
holding them up to the sun and wh(
'when Nouh refused him'shelter in th
lark, survived those troublous times by
wading through the flood, which only
reached to his knees, and of Atlas, kin
of Mauritania, who is said to have sui
*ported the world upon his shoulders.


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lsh-wilig all the more importtin'
ili.li-ii -g-is of gretit value to any
one oolutenalating purchasil1 pri)|.-
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uivs "of coast liep, extenidinll east
*.v ia'l fr-In 1 yer'ss Pif..t to 14i, emu
br-inii-g O01l .S Anlrews; with cor
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Op J.,iar. "Uit tfe BUOY oaice .

Showing all the lar.ds disposed of l)
the Ciuoinnnti C(Jompany, also locate:
1Harrison, Parker, Cromianton and
adij cent1 country. Thie plit of tihe
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1 lie map the approximate loca.ionu o
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No Confederate Supreme Court. I
"It is a curious fact," said a New Or- |
leans man, "that the Confederate con-
grese never created a supreme court.
The matter was before the Richmond
congress, but no statute was ever
passed authorizing such a tribunal.
"It was In a debate over this very
topic in the Cotifederate senate that the
personal encounter between Ben Hill
of Georgia and William L. Yancey of
Alabama occurred. The senate was in
executive session. The Georgia sena-
tor was speaking in favor of the crea-
tion of a court of last resort whose
powers should In a way be limited.
Yancey looked on this idea with dis-
favor, and during the course of Hill's
remarks he interrupted with the insult-
ing statement that Hill had given ut-
terance to a lie. No sooner had he used
the offensive word than HIIll, picking
up nn inkstand, hurled It with great
force at his defamer. The glass struck
Yancey over the eye, inflicting a severe
wound, but doing him no permanent
Injury, although stories were long cur-
rent that the blow finally caused his
death."-Washington Post.
Zangwill's Revenge.
Whilf yet an obscure writer Israel
ZangwilIl ubmitted to an American
magazine a poem, which he received
back In due course with the custom-
ary slip expressing the editor's great
r. sorrow at his inability to make use of
8 the contribution.
F The manuscript found ltA way into a
a pigeonhole, to be resurrected some
Time later when fame bad found him
- out. The poem was sold to the same
e magazine to which it had originally
e been sent, but this time the editor ca-
e bled a request to the author and pald-a
e fancy price for it.
e Experimented With Poisons.
1. When Antony and Cleopatra were
n contemplating suicide they made a
n collection of a great variety of poisons
and tried each of them on two or more
slaves In order to ascertain whether
death was accompanied with much ap-
e parent suffering. One historian de-
e clares that over 200 persons lost their
a lives in order that the information
a might be obtained. The result was
)f that Antony killed himself with a dag-
- ger and Cleopatra either with one of
d her selected poisons or by a serpent's
)f bite.
.s Good Reason,
Lh Miss Ascum-I've often wondered,
n Mr. Rymes, why you poets always
's speak of the moon as "silver." Mr.
s. Rymes-Well--er-I suppose it's be-
Df ;au;me of the. quarters and halves.-
Is Philaulelphi Press. '

Jan. 2, 1906. (
Notice is hereby .given that the fol-
I ,wing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commntation
priof in support of his claim, and that
s-aid proof vrill be made before clerk of
*he circuL:t court at Vernon, Fla., oni
Feb 0, 191 viz.:
.J. WILBUREVANS,(of Nixon, Fla.,
Ed No. 31,.)39), for the sct uif ec. 9. lt,..
l1I, r. 12w.
He names the follo'.-nii witne',e-.i to
prove his continuous ie.idenuc upon
and cultivation of said land, vi.z:
H. C. Evans G. McInnis, C. F. Bulth r
of Nixon, nnd W. H Steele of Laurence,
Fla. W. G ROBINSON, R-gis er.

Land office at Gaincsvill-, Fla.
Jan. 13, 1906.
Notice is hereby give 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 will be made before the Clerk
of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
Feb. 20.1906, viz:
JAMES A WEEKS of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 334614, for the wi of.sei of see 22,
tp 2s, r. 14 w.
Hu names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon-
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Jaek Scurlock, Tom. Tiller, Wm. J.
Gurgainous and Will Gurgainous,- all
of Anderson, Fla,
W. G. ROBINSON. Register.
E editor's f..C Laid.
Land Otfice at Gainesville, Fla.
Jan. 13, 190.
Notice is hereby aiven that the fol-
lowing named acttler has filed notice of
his intention to inm ke fin 1 proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Ve, non, Fla., on Feb.
20th, 1906, viz:
Hd 30327 for the e+ of swi and wi of sef
t)of eec. 7, twp Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
A. E. 1Register of Bayhead, W. A.
Pinckney, J. B Brown and C. T. Ben-
aett of Bennbtt, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
I'Editor's fee paid.
Land Office atG inesville, Fla.)
Jan. 13, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to. make final proof in support
of his claim, and .that said proof will ;be
made before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon, Fla., on Feb.'20, 1906, viz.:
JOHN L. SCONIERIS of Bayhead, Fla.
Hd 33953, for the si of net and eijof nwi
of see. 1, tp 2s, P. 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said labd, viz.:
Marion Douglas, Joseph Porter, Henry
Mashburn aud James Grant, all of Bay-
head, Fla. W. G. ROMiNSON, Register.
f Editor's fee naid.

Jan. 2, 190,
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make fital proof in sup-
port of his 'claim, and'that said proof
will -be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Feb.
20, 190o, viz:
'ELAM C. FREE, of Nixon, Fla.,
Ed 30484 for the-ei of nw% and nwi of
nei of sec. 36. tp. Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
S L. Loudertilk, Robert N!xoE,
Richard Rowell and William L. Row-
ell, all of Nixon, Fla.


GAL By C. B.

SCopyrioht, 1905, by E. S. McClure

There was a state of suspense in the
cabin of Paddy Wharton. The man
who had been station agent at Sum-
imitsville for three years had been
changed to another place down the
line, and a new man had arrived.
Properly speaking, Paddy Wharton's
domicile was not a cabin, but a shanty.
It was a combination of groggery and
boarding house and one finding no fa-
vor in the eyes of the police. Paddy
himself was a man who was down on
almost everything, including law and
order and the railroads, and his wife
was a woman with a tongue in her
head. There was only one child In the
Wharton family, and she was a girl of
thirteen who was generally referred to
its Paddy Wharton's gal.
While her father dispensed grog and
swore and her* mother cooked for the
boarders and scolded, Rose Wharton's
part in supporting the family consisted
in stealing coal from the freight cars
wad lugging it home on her back, a
bushMI or so at a time. Neither the
Whartons nor their ilk called it steal-
ing, but the railroad folks did. The
agent had threatened Paddy's gal many
ind many a time, and on three or four
occasions his assistant had caught her
red handed and taken her pltnder
away and cuffed her ears. She had
even been arrested, though the judged
let her go on her promise to mend her
ways. Things were getting hot when
the old agent left. fte had set out to
break up the pilfering, and Paddy
Wharton's gal was returning homd
with an empty sack as often as with 6
full one.
The state of suspense was brought
about by the change. It was hoped
that the new agent might be a more
lenient man. Winter was coming on,
and Paddy had objections to buying
coal. It seemed a reckless waste to
pay $5 a ton when there were carloads
in the yard to be Ytoleft1
Two days after the new agent's ar-
rival Paddy's gal was sent over to the
depot to size him up. She was bare-
footed and bareheaded, her face was
covered with smut, and she had a de
flant gait. She was hanging about the
platform. when- the agent 6am ourt of
his office. He was not over twenty-
two, and Rose liked him at once. When
he smiled at her she liked him better.
When he raised his hat to her, half se-
rious and half in fun, alid saluted,
"Good morning, Miss Wharton," she
stood and stared, open mouthed. Some
one must have told him that she waq
Paddy Wharton's gal and a coal steal.
er, and yet he treated her with polite
ness. She slowly closed her gaplnu
mouth, rubbed her eyes to make sure
that she was awake and turned andl
fled, spitting on her apron and wiping
her face as she went. For the flrmi
time In her life she bad beeu addresseT
by "'a real gentleman," and for the firsi
time In her life she had been ashamed
of her bare feet and ankles and smut.
ty face.
Before Paddy Wharton's gal reached
home the new agent was a hero in hei
eyes, and the first buds of romance(
were swelling in her soul. She had de
lighted in stealing coal under the eye!
of the other agent because he hat
sworn at her and called her names an<
threatened her with prison bars. i
this case It was so different that sh(
arrived home in a doubtful frame o
wind. Could she steal from a manu wh
lhad smiled at her, who had tipped hi
hat, who had called her Miss Wharton
"Well, what sort of a man i.s he?'
asked the father as Rose entered witll
her finger in her mouth.
"'Dunno," she replied,
"Didn't you see lhim?"

"Did he yell out at you to take s
skate ?"
"Then he may be all right. You
mother wants your help today, but to
morrow you'll be hustling for coal. I
just breaks my heart to see twelve oe
fifteen cars standing on that side track
and know that I'm not two bushel
ahead for the winter coming on."

All that (lay Paddy Wharton's ga
was so silent and so different from hei
usual self that her mother could no
fall to notice It and wonder If she wai
coming down with measles or chicken
pox. She went to bed to dream of he:
hero and she woke in the middle of th(
night to wish that her father bought
his coal In the regular way. She madi
ready to start out next morning, bu'
with great rc-'uctance. ". She didn't carl
for the frelghtman nor the sw'itchmin
and If a brakeman gave her chin shN
could chin back, but she felt diiT'ff:'ren
toward the agent. If he should hap
pen to catch her In the act of plunder
.ng a car she would feel too ashamed'
to lift her eyes to his. She took extra
precautions this day, but fate wa!
against her. She had bagged up
bushel of stove coal, but had not ye
descended from tlie flat car when thi
new man appeared all of a sudden an(
"Good morning, Miss Wharton. Rath
ar cool this morning? Will you allov
'ue to lift the sack down? That's it
Now a hand to -you. You should bi
carefull about the yards, as an accident
.s liable to happen any time. Now I'l
put the sack on your shoulder. Yoi
mn'st be pretty strong for one si
lie lifted the sack to her should:
and she started off, but she had no
taken five steps when she wheeled
..round, threw her burden to th,
round, and with flushed face at],
Ears in her eyes exclaimed:
"Why don't you call me namtcs -ui(
vell at me?"
"But why should I?"
"Because I'mn Paddy Wharton's gal
Because I'm stealing coal. Becaus
i'm ragged and barefooted and hain'
'f no account. Because"-
"Oh, well, never mind," he sai
soothingly. "Things will be different
some day. I will give you this coal
and so you need have no scruples o
Shp f\ 1njlrpcj nt^Ithim t hf 11-41frmitr bar fcn- Ar.

well for a pleasant future. Still their
was no burry.
r But lately something had entered In
to my placid life which was setting mi
all awry. The mischief of ,t was, too
that the disturbance was not tangible
r if It had been a debt, I could have pail
t It; If a tale rejected, I could have re
Svised It or laid It upon the flames; i
poor health had been the disquieting
cause, I could bave sought a remedy
but it was none of these. It was an
e omnipresetn-trhost which walked wit]
t me, uuseen, unbeard. I had a fain
idea of its birth. On the day of May'
Departure for Europe we had been die
cussing Hermlone.
"She must live with us," I said.
s "Oh, yes," answered May, "until sh,
a is married. I fancy she will marr;
t young. She is going to make a ver;
e attractive woman."
Before that day I had been a coni
tented man; since that day I lived in a
- misty world except when I resolutely
, forgot my absurd, unreasonable feel
e "Come on, chicken," I called gayly t
t Hermlone, "we'll go into El Dorado
l county."
u Over the rocks we clambered, laugh
o Ing-it Is so easy for a child to be
happy and for a grownup child to catcl
r the spirit it he will-over the rocks
t across the suspension bridge spanning
d the Americau river, and we had gon
P from Placer county into El Dorado.
"There! This is lots nicer," she sati
when we were again seated to her sat
How sweet her voice was, and really:
the child w s going to be handsome
. than her sister, though May was con
e sidered a beauty. Hermione wa
t changed lately, somehow. Ah, it must
be her hair, which used to hang down
d her back In a frowzy braid. Today-
t why-a golden coronal, cleft here and
, there with a turquoise blue studded
f comb and topped otf with a black bow
-. ..h-ia.t-. .-.

"Then it v/as better fishuig over in
El Dorado county, wasn't it?"

A Deadenti= Habit.
A fault finding, criticising habit
fatal to all excellence. Nothui., wi:
strangle growth quicker than a tender
ey to hunt for flaws, to rejoice in th<
unlovely, lIke a L.hg which awhays ha.
his nose in te Dmud an,! -'rariy to)i"
Up. The dlretioiiiu in whili we I -.ik in
dicates the life aim, and people who are-
always looking for something to crit-
icise, for the crooked amid the ugly.
who are always suspicious, Who in-
variably look at the 'worst side of oth-
ers, are but giving the world a picture
of themselves.
This disposition to see the worst In
stead of the best grows on one very
rapidly until it ultimately strangles all
that is beautiful and crushes out all
that Is good in himself. No matter
how many times your confidence has
been betrayed, do not allow yourself
to sour, do not lose your faith In peo-
ple. The bad are the exceptions. Most
people are honest and true and mean
to do what is right.-O. S. Marden in
Success Magazine.
A Spool of Thread.
To make a spool of thread, says a
manufacturer, is a complicated process.
Only the very best cotton can be used
for this purpose. The cotton is taken
in the raw state and torn all to pieces
by a machine called a breaker. It then
goes through several other machines,
by which it is carefully combed and
freed from Impurities. A machine
called a slipper takes it up and twists
it out into soft white yarn. This is
carefully combed again, and it is taken
Into another department, where sev-
eral small strands of this yarn are
twisted into one fine one. Three of
these are twisted together, and you
then have six cord thread, which, after
it is bleached, is ready for the market.

for a in:,theiot "iin wanted to tell him
how ai in~u.I .-h- Yas and to thank
him for his c,.,ns'aeratift,: but she
couldn't 'iu.l word'. All she could do
Was to run 'ut he'r tongue and make
up a face at bitu us he raised his hat
.nimd :tu-'itero] a way. The coal was
!mpt'ed from ti0e sack, and Paddy
WVhartt-n's gil went home to declare
that she wild never steal another
pound. of 1 o:il ins lhuog a sihe lived.
"Aud v. by won'i .nie'n asked father
and otherr in chorus.
*Be.mriU_---I won't."
That's all they could get out of her.
It wan declined that hie had found then
agent a terror and been senred off, and
Paddy was furious; he thirsted for re-
venge. Coufc.rencea were held in the
kitchen aud in the groggery, and
strange men were called in and strange
things discussed.
Onue night, a month after the gal's
meeting with the agent at the coal car,
he was aroused from ihil sleep at his
boarding house and deseuded to the
parlor to find Paddy Wharton's gal
awaiting him.
'"They are goln' to bust up the sta-
tion with dynamite!" she said as hf
stood before her.
"When ?"
"At mldIigbt-an hour ft'om now."
"What for?"'
"Because I won't steal no more coal.
They think you d-lve me off, and they
are mad about It."
"Miss Wharton"-
"I hain't Miss Whartou! I hadn't a
lady! I bafri-fno-body! I'm just-just
a gal. You hain't no right to smile at
me. You ain't no right to tip your
bat and help me shoulder a sack of
coal. 1-i don't like you--and I hate
you-and they are goln" to blow uif the
station- nidl--good night !"
The station wa- save. and Paddy
Wharton and lhi- gang were sent to
prison, while the mother and the gal
.went to some distant city.
"Sorry for that little g:rl," says the
agent bouietiuws to hluieoif as he loans
bauck In his ofli,'e chiliir with hands
clan)'d behind bh1is npck.
"le"' wa-s su'-h a nic.' ida i- and beh
nalldl jie Mi-s Whartnu--arid h'raised
bis u:nt tio ute-a.nLd-au.l"- usiLJi P.'ld-
dy 1Wharton's gal before she -c.. .es L'.rx
ey'.s ia deep.

0 -- -- r



By fnao .,'/,/ t Hanson
-- -
SC.'opr. right, ,it. by la \Vr; ht lfaanr,n

Hteruilone jerked l r tl (polte i]lU).L
t i'-'o ll.v.
'. n. s rs it's bettr i i-hi4 ug over it
F -, Dn.'lo county," he said pl.ainutive
S "Tl,"'' wa once a man," I anwei'
e ,. "'-.h stood at lthe fork of a s.an-n y
- St.'':y countryy rad. uot kii -'w in
S wlilL'-or he hlioulI turn t tie itr t. 01
gj -Itrnglut aia e.d. As le hlestita.- 1,
Slf'-Lr'Inr C:- .a linlrB anud the lMa.ti sal,
S"lici-h road lead, s to Sa.i Feri'ai.!.,?
And thl. f-arnteii-r nai-wer. l. 'u;h.
SA .i tlJ., muL -aid, 'Which one sj,i :
t take, then' And the farmief-r aubs,'.-r
1 ed, *N.') matter whiche\ver oua. y,:o
takeik, you will wish you had taken thi
other.' "
S "I suppose you mean that if we
r wert in El Doraijo county I shlil(
e think it wtnl'l lbe better fishing lih-r
in Placer couinlt.y?' ventured II'*
1 mi one.
1 "PossiHly I do," I si]d, continue;
Smy scrihbling. though dogge-dly, for
n was not in story writing mood. Press
e eiitly I chanced to look down just a
f Hermioune looked 'Jp. Somniethig then
o was in her lnipil eyes. h r rose flnut
t 'd mouth, even the ,lash of color Ii
Sliher smooth cheek, whicli made in
, shore my notebook hastily into a
pocket. I tolti myself It was her r
semblance to her sister May.
May was nla Paris, selecting he
tronsseau. When she returned a
Some indeflunite time-she really seem
ed to be In uo more haste to get bacd
than I was to h Ive her come-we wer
to be married. We were-not sent
mentalists, but were looking forward
rto a successful comradeshlp undisturbi
t ed by disquietio.g elements of love.
r work ing union in which she would il
lustrate what bar husband wrote. W
had been engaged for three years w'+h
South a quarrel. 'ibis, we argued, bode

she ;is cd'., pi. ii'A .a hue.' h t and

F ,' Si;,. ii-..io Lie u si- .,
"Tha -va u on. a .i:l," I lanswvere
u'i.ca., "'., o was a----a--wet:.
leero, for exa:uinple, who wa ait work
)il a (,iii'-u t iu t'i .al p:.)ibhilu, and an
_h- tmle hle wi.; gazi.g ha-di at thle-
the family (at, fo: e;,1u.:b, bu.t b
;ad no coceptliin oi the ccat."
li "l --: o;o pIouted. "If y >ri cail your
el f '~-ei, you might l, a little lumo
o::p'ihn:-n't.iy to) mI:<'."
I la'cuil. IH,:e:-ione always laugh
:A if she had tih fa;:et ;'ra;oi. so i.
i mo.+:ei t he: (limin1'.s were i ia.:i
:gain. Stria..;ge I bad never li.fn:
notwe.d what a wealth of them their.

"How old are you, chill?" I asked.

"l'Eig"ten," 'he answered, puI!l;
her fish hook gently away from' a si.
I muned over her ans-'wer, thi? t a;g
n my head trying bard to straight ..
.t:ef. May was thiriy-oimc-iny owl
igo-though she didn't look it. Elght
"If the trouble iis "'i 3 our story." su:-
gested erumione, "mlaybi I can he''
you." Her h-zel eyes looked innoca.':
ly into mi.el. May'.s cy'y3 were bh:le.
"If only yoU 'miig't'" I g 'n.T b
I wasn't t'tnkirvg of lh0 a "'f fi:::'
tale in my notebo k.' FS :; .nly ,
Shlimg had li,'co:.e p'xin tV) m T. Tl
1h-'t was I:aid, but wvpat pr.ift was
Uo Ir 1o ga-ti ni"r: tu .:n when
a e three -.'a.t.' i+ Ilo ''t ?
"slrra 11 v'.7eo : *-,. oa .
t ed l ," ,.!- :.
"A queen of bea.,ty and w, '.: f-,
me It, '" .a- t h-.- t'r e *h'l--
Y eo ^' ("A a'.s "'. ,-1 col. s ' n,-'^. '
the wse",,-d wih n f6i'slo t!:'-g' 'l- "-
the third v,-i;1 i, a awaken-::ing v,: lh;c
came too lt.."
i(.h, not t.ft' late!" p'oL.v.;-; 1 ler
ni)ine. "You reai;,y iui t A chi I ai l
it ought i clut ,."

'" .e ki..g '"
"Ye.;; if' a hotdr a a .
it have .o have a kg
'i hii St'.:' i"u'. : .
.-only the t i.gs't
j' tstt kin '; ft *1 ,) i vi ,' :
,li efn'(" I- L. i -ii; : '. %.. /,.. ,. ..
gm tis cU ; yh ': .'g ) l iio in .. .... '.
q ueen?"i I-t. s ;1c .\,) 'j *.- ,,.' i
t, I ppo.."
'And a 1 love '
,he s"C ,o.'T tt..,t "-}u: .'
o aIu ii. Ty a',id .-" .
iicn ,"-
Ju;t then soeth:.a ; d(I. L:
I(n-Lmio -e', ;;ole wo(n! fro. k ...
the to river, aad l:e hgii -i. i .'
cle:;r sky lier''lucn, j'y.
.I m'iloiilne, was so:, t '. .'.
in my mo T ;f t..i-h. uL i
. her inti.o miy a.': . ..... :.*
fort o'le's gollen lIa-ircd' E'Cdiic .l :
I .opined tlat one si.ouid.
"There T h..., littl ".
' V hat is it2?"
'Oh, it's :.Ly! h'o- &oul ?'' f'-
r you so. an,- l -y..u .> '.." :'. O '
ii ,'- ,3 .1, V it 1 1,1 I -> r "
lll U" Wayt ; 100l L1. 3ri &A ot
* f' :; . !s .* 1 *0 n
* I suiled at 1. r extra I .
SprCsmoy ; tbut, no matter 'r 'Tt '7-
CU ihU L i tyI' ..' II ''no i,.i v .
u 1p the warm little bundle in m, a.
S'iI, was a N." se nation, anl.
g ,t:er .dclightf;], i0t Julle too
she drew hb;r--cif .. a way ma:
Sbeg:n the c-.ptna tl'; "u.
She had just r-e i" 'l a: letter fro-
e May. May had met a i.t i;i 'la
one "so dear and so handsomLe." 1t1'
sinone quoted her sister's words .'
g ineffable scorn-he "cam:, of r) t'.i
Si!y, lie was rich, auin, an A, a.lT-
W'as ever swoot deliverance :*.

S "Hern'ione." I sa6 i .'. :
her tearful litie face tuD to 'o,
'e Iermione, you said the little m',.
loveJ the fool?"
S "But that was in the story." S,
was blushing again.
"And so is tL4;" I tilared, bendi',
t my head.
"There was once a mani." 1 observed'
- contentedly, as we loitered a!oug 1t1.
homeward way, "who believed thi
somewhere between the Amazonl ai;
SOrinoco rivers lay a lanul marvchus])
rich in gold and precious gems. 1-+e
Called this fabnuot0. country El Do
radio but he never found it. I au.
Smore fortunate than Sir Walter Ra
e leigh. I have found my El Dorado, a
d 'golden region,' indeed, little girl."
And Hermiiae, smuggling her small
hand Into tine, asked naively,

freight to St. Andrews Bay about one 1n1olklr. hni., ..
.$4.50. But the Broy proposes to do better' th;n thi .
one year and fu' nish'one of these plows complete a 11,. .."-I
puicha er to pay ft eimsht
The plow may bo se '"nr in ope, afioln at the' Iedit(i.' ,t.
O.rder from the RT7OY (iilert. V

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Winners In Life.
The people who win their way into
the inmost recesses of others' hearts
are not usually the most brilliant andI
lifted but those who Lhave symrpalthy,
Datienee, slif forg-'tfuluess and that
;ndieincablie faculty of eliciting the bet-
ter nature of others. We have many
friendss who are more beautiful and
.ffted. but their is not one of Mimim
Those conipaniomship we( cn.ioy better
.han that of the plain facod man or
Vomnii whlo never mal:cs a witty or
i',q':>nd remark, I't v.'hose si.n'p'
"'aiy of hL'.:': n 'e': ..' s mu;kes iii
"r every ot't r (I,'l;(ic '..y.

"Wh t t 'ot :" U '- ...'

was rec( t'i!ly :. ; ;t l.' ''r. .':.
one hand vweint iu). It.s o'-,nir thu'
explained: 'i::. : '. cx)k an1 ou: j_ i
In the kitchen., ti' aror,.a is what you
get in the pari)'o."

A Routi:d of Pleasure.
Nell-Last niiat was the happiest in
my life. It l)r-i. me!t me one round of
pleasure. Dell-lVkhat do you consider
one round of pleasure. Nell-An en-
gagement ring.

An Insinuation.
May-Ever been jilted, Edith? Edith
vr fir~a Whmri- cl,zv-.r it fnoi nit-.?

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Reve!, "Cd.
"It took you In aw-:::y long time to'
pull that fellow's toothh" said the aa
sist Int.
"Yes answered the l entit i
"he married the girl I lov."- .
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Sarl c o .

s,, ;A. use is i. :. ', .:- .
tLe Loila i'aun.3,s, iu the o .
the l>e. E:ea. Very few of these pei.iS'
find their -Way to European or Ameri-'
cann n-.'.r: ;;, be-cause the local demand
almost absorbs the output. Pearls are
the most pop',lar of all gems among'
the inhabi'-lnts of India and Arabia'
and it is seldom that a native woman
.f m'- y social 1)osition is seen without
:)l,-: o'n:'u:-cn+s of some kind, either
::: rings, earrings or rings for the
auoe, and even the feet.

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

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Leads in Low Prices and Good

He invites the purchasing publid to 6all,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pavs the Highest Pr for 3 Salted AUCG I'RIDEIO

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Fresh ahd of Gu ar n eed r IV

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Anid'ews a '
Surrounding Country.
LMay4 be cmtd at bis regflIlv e ,,n [Iln,,I ) Via ";: .I,' a ,l nligh;



Corner of Bayview and Wyemine Averxes cn Eay Fror
Glassware. Tinware and Xotions!
What you can't find at auny ohrer Store, come It ,',)i. R A C K E

S T 0 R E ad get.

Hot Meals at All ours of the Day.
lllll: .:, Cup of' Coffee, a Cts. Cup of Tea, 5 (is. :' l,, .

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakee, $Sccialfiegi

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IHand low for wokin plants i

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