Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00091
 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: May 11, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00091
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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;io .wi.: Lu.-.," ruulding up azd brand-
nf their euttie Juqt now. and so It's
bleeu put off. And-e.--there isn't a
'io:el or -b i.-diug Louse in the whole
'ointry. 'The only thiug I see is for
3 ou to go to the Rikshoua' dugout, ouly
a quiiarter of a mile from here. I tbink
they wU be able to squeeze a room
for .you, and they're good people.
thi)ugh 'Mrs. Rlkshou cannot speak a
wied of English. My idea was for
you to bUo:-d with Stanley, but his wife
is Cest just iiow, and they won't move
into their dugout under a mouth. Why
didn't you wait until I had somethilu
definite to write'?" pathetically.
The girl laughed.-'
"I1 suppose It was because I liked
your letter describing the country," she
replied. "I wanted to take a vacation.
and It occurred to me this would be
Jtst,tbe place. I cou(l see the people
e t some hiea of what school du-
Stthis I to be my first

as she greeted him changed bhi In- I
tended brief farewell Into: "Suppos
we stop under the trees a little while,
Miss Collinwood. It Is so pleasant
here now, and, besides, I have some-
thing I want to tell you."
"Under the trees" had been their fa-
vorite talking place, and he found it
even more difficult to speak the Words
of farewell there than be had at the
schoolbouse door. Several times he
forced them to his lips, but looking
into her eyes and listening to her
voice he could not give them utter-
ance. England and the three thousand
pittance were slipporpgi-ther and far-,
ther away. and AielIca and this girl
beside him were becoming nearer and
more Indispensable. She was telling
'him of some of her ambitions and
hopes, and the Indomitable courage
,.'as firing his own veins and making
sinple what had before seemed Lusur-
uiounitablDjBl'had thought this girl



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uator-Ist district, S. R. Mal-
'en.saola; 2d District, J. P.
al ifero, .actcksonville.
gntatiies-lst Districq S. M.
.rkmran, Tampa; 2d District,
Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Utloee-Itegister. W. G. Robin-
Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
ry, H. Ca Crawford; Treasurer,
SV. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
Ellis11 Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
perintendent of Public Instruc-
n, W. M.' Holloway; Commission-
Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
n County--'Iepresentative,
ryan, Chipley; County Judge,
Clerk of Court, County
of Deeds, W. C.
C -G. AIlea. Ver-

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY shot deer from the Presbyterian tribute to the manhood urJ oman-
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA. church do..r-ntejQ, etc., etc.-each hood of individuals every ne you
One Dollar a Year in Advance. evening somethinrg new. Ohl! how we show belief iii thlm, and. aibne even
SEntudi Sp 2 t. A d mias tlitnm! The fish i ehdo not miiS, the lowest has a spark of bness in
Entured Supt 3,. 19'2. at t-t. Andrew,
Fla., as suconl -lass matter, under as wee hid but tIci. ha game that is isis nature, he cannot be er'wire
Act l Congress of March 3, 1.7'J. located on the map we do not miss than tonched by that belief Itks, if

WIL LIAM A EMM 0 NS for the sane reason. you Aill, a subtle sort of tely to
P I 0 P R I ETOR But we don iis, and would that we expect goodness anti trut ni.d wis-
--- c0uld see them now and shake their domn from poor human oeir hut it
Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per hand,, the citizens ol St. Andrew, i> flattery in the right ,d' It
monit. P'oition arai extraordinary
condition rats subject to special who, ea -h a.d all did all they coula is not selfish. It tends to aid flat-
agreement. to make onr stay with them very tered aud not the flattee r yynic-
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first inser- pleasant, indeed. To our friends in iam and disbelief are," oia other
tion; 21c eadh subsequent. Display the Westt End of town, where we hand, an invitation to ithe (Idly.
locals double above rates. were located, we have a special re- They are nothing more cou"
If thii.s paragraph is checked with a memnbrance, TOu the u,)cksteads, donemnent of wrong.. -.
blue pricil it is a reminder that your [irackins, Cul. Doty, Lieut. Cul
-ubscription has expired and that two Cap . ills, Mr. rake i

ST. ANDREW, FLA.,JMAY 11, 1005.

.owela y oc s-"ou al ,ar~l d S are we espieciblTy inrtebt F IBJa
Vernon;Ta, we, on .to renew. ad, and we have a warm spot in out oun living should rid. e hn get alou re."
Duncan; County superintendent, B.
IF.Ganera Wausau e h o W ,hearts for then. Wishing you, Mr. false jri that woul d Ia ln d' faceshowtl, Is relief.
Collins Vernon; County Commls. Vashington county's representa-. Editor, and St. Andrew all the uc- al about occupations. 8 nu:t n ",. 'Then It will be all right." lih de
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A. tive in the Legislature should have cess possible I am ask for charity and this sh uld d gc.te, L dWe'll r put Up-ll Ig iL-n ko
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter, told the l eotie p heen he wa;j making g if i demanded couidratis I oil oa c hue for you Just up as soon ug schi,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash- Yois for service. J. S. STILES. i he handed co erai o, c- for you t a
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon. his canvati fur %,,tes, that if he was count of her siex. bie umn, t iake the ruSh work. L oer. We 'c .,h,.;i ....
St. Audrews-Justce of the Peace, deeted lie Wuild introduce a measure The 1uoy feats that the reason our first thing that oilers even .1 it only l"'ted a tinmth uenn' tr.s t bin.you
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk, thal, s .lotld it pass, would take the esteemed visitor was not a successful pays hoter board, and wiUe de ing. he u we cin arrange ifor ,)u to tt.: :
Circuit Court, IV. A. Emmons; brea. out of the Florida publisher's fisherman was that our experts in ill-rewarded work tryTo fit hrsell for the children out of doors under the
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis- inoul and more than likely cause that capacity withheld from him the something better. tree.l Tlhre will be no rains at this
tress, Zadle H. Ware. Ps- son."
Mitllie'usmster, Henry Bovis; the usupenbiou of many a struggling secret of the bait they used. Why, These are tle conclusionmreached at will be delightful she cried
Constable, J. H. Daffin, country weekly newspaper in the the editor of this paper has hintself by a woman who declares .hat she eagerly, oniilyv," her face falling a lit
Parker--.iostmH.asr and Notary Publi state. Then they would have known seen a single person come off the has "probably earned money at more tip, -I haven't secured the position

Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle. what to expect. wharf in front of the Buoy office with various occupations than almost any "'l give it to you now."
Saunders- Postmaster, R. Peters. more than double the number of fish other woman in America." Sihe has "Without examination?"
AdeanLon-Postmastor, Andrew Allan. Mr. Stiles Recalls Some of His claimed! by his informant in less than cooked for sixteen farmhands on ed looked embarrassed, then lugh-
WeSn. Bay-Postmaster, W. Hlley. lions While Sojourning in half the time he took. western' ranch, has edited t daily "Why, yes, I think I'd better. I don't
Muree--Postmaster, James M.Murfee. St. Andrew. newspaper, and between th se ex- believe I would know how to conduct
Murree-P St. Andrew. Jawesaperuraed.betweAndrew.e ex- an examination. You see, It's like this.
Guy-I'ostmuisttess, Mrs. R. Gay. Correspondence of the Buoy '. / tremet of physical toil and mental ef- The men out here are very busy peo- this.
Tompkius-Postmaster, Emery Tomp- CHIcAo, April 25, 1905. The men out here r
kius. ,. fort has pursued many othea tasks pie, and as I'm the only. shiftless one
ad postmaster Tompkins. Ed. St. Andrews Buoy and gained a little ground t each they have a habi' of loading all the of-
Cook-SPostmste J. owler.e Dear Sir and Friend: change. flces upon my shoulders. On second
-,J. StileR. the Millard avenue Ad ought, the relef on his face becom--
houn Cunty Cromanton-Postma. enAddressing more partelarly the ng complete, "I am glad you have a
Celhoun (cunty Cromnanton-Postma5- druggist and R. G. Peck 3f Central women ia cities, she is able now to rived so early. These things natural-
ter Frank W. Hoskins. Park avenue, with their families, re- womely ctes, she s able now to fallnto line withing natural's du-
F al-ostmaster W. F. Wood-turned Saturday from St. Andrews oint out a thousand ways in thich ties. You will design th schoolhouse-
<,* Bay, Fla., where they have spent the they can earn money, of logs, you know-select the books and
THE MAILS. winter. This is the celebrated winter Here is good advice for men as well make out a list of the apparatus neces-
The nortlier mails, via, Anderson, resort discovered by John D Coff- Mar
ThGay, Bay Head and Cpley depar off as women. Many a lad fails, because "But hold on," began Miss Con-
every day except Sunday at 3:00 man, who is gradually increasing the e avoid the work that is open to wood the merriment in her face chang-
o'lock a. mn., arrives every day ex- Chicago Colony there." he avoids the work that is open to wood, te merriment in her face chang-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p m.; I enlose a chopping from a Chicagohi and waits for the work he ikes "No, no," hurriedl it is absolutely
East Bay mail for Harrison, Mlilville, to do, and many another mies his necessar.it is the-the examaton,
Cromanton, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook, paper that, I think may prove of in- O TH many another hiar. It
Farmtdale and Wetappo leaves St. terest to you, as it chronices the safe opportunity because he insists in be- you know-er-to take the place of it,
Andrews every morning except Su ees o you as it chronicles the safe tt ginning at the top instead of lin mean. I have felt worried about the
Arday at 5:30 e o'lock, arrives, coming arrival home of the families of some l tt instead of toiing school books, for I never went to an
wdea at 5:3 o'clock, arrives, comg a ri l h te vo tah familsoW ll o e aup from the bottom. The woman who American school, you know. I couldn't
west at "7 o'clockVp. M. ofyour winter visitors, antialso given
RE LIGOUS. 7 o your old time Yfriond, r., Co fman Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons. works need nut make herself a ran- refuse, of course, for they are all splen-
tELIGIOUS. Youir old tin fnd-, J, U. Coffman ddid, hardworkln]g.people. here, land It
Baptist-Church Wyoming ave. front- the credit of being bt. Andrew's President General--Mrs. Cynthia W. nis reaue, o e- she r the d hek w wi
log ,Pari St. Services at 11 a. m. and make a great suess of It now.
.. p. m. Sunday School every Sun friend and ,promoter, all of which he Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave- ""'all couttosies that may be tender- make a great sues of it now."
ay .. Joyner entitled tonue, New York. ed because sbhe is a woman. 8he does "I hope so," faintly.
lay ,' lu a.m. Rey. C. L. Joynor, is certainly entitled to, State President-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt, He looked at her keenly.
.Lt piscopal-Church Was- Our journey home was uneventful 319 Church st, Jacksonville, Fla. not a al for charity, when act "Of corse I shall help you all I
i.a. m..J Chestnut st. ery Sunday. w t exception, of course, of our H--ohd d ho natural wholesome self; she aimu- can," he reassured her. "The first few
.I" o'.a. m. etnvery ,Sunday.y withae eon he Trpion,o w.c w "Have you had a kindness shown? ply shows her associates that "ihe i days I expect I had better even help
S 1.,. .lConway,pastor. voyage on the Tarpon, which was Pass it on; m with the teaching. Some of the young
':,. teria-Church corner Lora.n- accompanied with but few exceptions 'Twas not given for you alone, w and silently reminds them people an speak broken English, and
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. DabPass it on; of the ,luty oh gentlemen, Such a wt.- some cannot speak English at all, and
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 with seasickness, for proof of which, Let it travel down the years,. 'a de hot emn w- o me canot eak En at all, aid
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur- ask Mr. Sturrock, who sailed with us Let it wipe another's tears, Butan does not have to "demand" con most of them are only hall civleed
rock, Supt. Wet i Till in heaven the reed appears, midoration; her fellow woikersixtenid u e been here several years and
Cathole-Churheb corner Wyoming We remained in Pensacola until the Pass it on." understand them, and they all like me.
Ave. and Foster St. arrival of Mr. Peck and family and it of their own flee will. I think if I go to school with you
Ave.and'Fo arrival of Mr. Peck and family and Cawhile and tell them hunting stories
Parker LOd gl NO. 142 after continuing our stay a few days Motto--Good Cheer.
LsColors-Yellow and White and perhaps take one of my. half wild
.A. ln.. longer, visiting the battle ships, State color-Deep Orange. i horses there for them to give exhibi-
Regular Communi- forts and other points of interest we Flower-Coreopsis. T e tons on and try to lireak during
+ ^y cations on the first resumed our journey the balance of Son-Satter Sunshe. ces miht keep them more tracts-
and third Saturday the way together, arriving at home A SERMON IN RHYME. i USS n Rkshons now and arrange foryour
in each month. Saturday, the 15th, finding a cold, If you have a friend worth loving, accommodation."
Visiting Brothers aw atmosphere, with Love him. Yes, and let him know ~By Fran,. H. toet One week later school commenced on
FRATERNALLY INVITED. That you love h'im ere liffe's evening log benches and a desk under the trees.
W. H. PARKER, W. M. and the weather ha continued to be Tinge his brow with sunset glow. C-irlgt.. 04, by I'rank II. Sweet Ryland was there with an inexhausti-
W. A. EMMoNs.Secretarv anything but pleasant up to the pres- Why should good words ne'er be sail -- --.- ---- ble store of hunting and animal stories
IBUSINESS DIRECTORf. ent time. Of a friend till he is dead? 1:: band. yohucr ,n and only two th a vicioe us scholars' attention and
We miss the St. Andrew sunshine If you hear a song that thrills you, r'-u,..l :o>111 a 1:l. I, Si)Odl n the the trees, which was to be common
Deput A.ECrMONS, and Notary her delightful climate and wish we Sung by any child of song, ..-)rwny of bis dugout and gazed property out of school hours.
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has could have brought it with us. Weo Praise it. Do not let the singer .. ro-"s lthl pratrie. Ilyltnd's gaze For the first few days Ryland was
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take misa that beautiful body 6f water, St. Wait deserved praises long. "". t liy .auug hl f uce and over thoroughly interested in the novel
affidavits, legalize ack owled- y, on hih we took Why should one that thrills your heart 1' ..t.g t.t a d tlh,- re work and was there when school open-
mets etc., anywhere In Florida. ndrews ay, on which we too Lack the joy you may impart? -:l ... je l.h l 1 ught ed and remained until it closed, and by
Special attention given to land con. many a ride in sailboat and launch, Lack t y you ay mpart r -te the time the novelty began to pall he
veyauees and marriage ceremony per- If you hear a prayer that moves you 1.d'. i-A'. a.i l lto' ll sight had become even more thoroughly In-
formed for lawfully qualified parties. i which we cast many a line for fih If you hear a pryer that moves you ad beome mo roube
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews thatid not ite. notwithstandihumble pleading tone, . lop -bor terested in the teacher.
Offce at the Buoy Offce, St. A rews that id o bie otittaoin it. Do not let the seeker 0,,,,,t- ,;., th : i,, i :, Among his letters from England two
Bathe glorious fish stories told by the Do his pleading all alone. tl- .'. : 1 .k li ary months or so later was one from the
tlD strtilti family solicitors, the opening para-
L. McKINNEY, natives; such as catching 33 trout in Why should not your brother share .,,, ., ti,.. ,n iiiii', nd ih,. e graph of whicitors, the opening para-nful
Attorney at Law, 30 minutes from the time they left Thestrength, if that there be in prayer? ._.it of tLe ,uik of the il, its cus- duty to inform you of a sad accidentful
Vernon, Fla.- duty to inform you of a and accident
A. ,H RAKE, the house, whicir was half a mile If you see the hot tears falling A thi w-gn d're.r he saw which befell your Cousin Robert andu
_r Pu at large. Of from the scene of action; or, finding From a brother's weeping eyes, b:it it cui.is.,l i1 s'oi occupant the baronet while testing a new auto-
Allo arial )A v ) b- was gubbled up by a Stop them, and by kindly sharing .iw, lri.ently tt' ta tond cru- moble; Robert somewhat injured.l ie
ean ad All Notarial) 'AJWydya/' f rWy Jr'J'a idat was wIi .. d -th I wasin andttebaronete omewhatInjured. h u
work solicited and given prompt at- redfish and that by a shark before it, Why should an one be lad already better, thanks to his robust
tentioR. WGMICHL(the trout) was landed, and I am When a brother's heart is sad? 7 9.1a nde c ton ie ou o
Phy slelaD rG MIHLL. not sure but that a pelioan got the sefd tos t' .1ha.. -g:r as l ghr and the baronet directs that you ds-
east of Bayview, offers his profes- whole bunch in spite of the fiher- If a silvry aug goes rippling u sl gr aso had pose ofmr any interests you may heave in
v oie'-er- t.eeeT l_.he u hrh, ifce ti nyade a America and return home Immediate-
sAnd serves td thecitsizens e o nft man' attempt to save them or his hre i e sunshise n s ik sltep forward th lctc'ure o y. Robert's allowance of 3,000 a year
ndrews VSad vicinity. oResidene don or Share it, 'Tis the wise man's saying his ,e mi:gled with a d deal of will be yours If you reside in England.
Buena Vista avenue. own use. Our fishing was done "For both grief and joy a place." w -oider. We may add that the Lady Ellen is
DR. J. J. KESTER. mostly in company with Col, Doty, There's health and goo ness in the "Where can I ,nt a el. sir? Is staying at the Hall."
Homoeopathic Physicinan. and Accou- but such stories were not told by mirth the schoolhuie nnr? '111 ..u be Ryland read the letter thoughtfully, .
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store, his. Inquire of the "Surber boys, In which an honest laugh has birth, 'iilad en'ng'i to di't -i1 J Mr. l- y but, on the whole, with clearing face.
*** -- laud's?" the girl asked imost In a Only that morning he had received ana
W. H. PARKER, Capt. Will; Charlie Brackia, Beit If your work is made more easy bre.ath. Intimation that a mortgage would be
Notary Public for the State of Flor- Ware, et. al. They each can cite By a friendly, helping hand, Rylaind's wonder be 'e sudden foreclosed on his ranch unless the in.-
Conveyancing and payment of taxes you stories that will greatly excel the Say so. Speak out brave and truly ..omprehension. terest be paid immediately. That would
forEre the darkness veils the land. You are Miss Coliaw I." he said. leave him practically penniless. His
for nsh-residenhs, specialtlos, above ani without much effort re- Should brother workman dear Yes, sir." natural bent was for quiet and his
ero.In eaen. quired either. Fater for wor f ? "Well, suppose you p into the books. He doubted If he could make
knew an Irishman in Amesbury," We miss our fvrening journeys a word of cheer? dugout a moment. I will get the mall a living in America or anywhere, for
Mr. Whittler once said, his eyes twin- the postoffice with its able postmis- Scatter thus your seeds of kindness, and ret ur ad e la am that atter The only tng was to
king at the remembrance, "who was Mr. Ryland." return and accept the 8,000 and ncin-
very much opposed to social equality tress. Mrs. Ware, and her proficient All enriching raa you go; Outside, the dugout a like the dentally Lady Ellen.
or the ngro. I said to him: 'But there assistant, Mis SuWie, who always he Leave them. Put your trust in the cre'- others of the country; wl in. the simi- Once decided, he thrust the rest of
r the many gro. I said to him: 'But there ai tant, Miss Susie, who always had ation larlty faded. Skins and Indian blan- the letters into his pocket and started
arthe maWest Indies and others i B. azil a smile for us; we miss the people who That makes the little seed to g'ow." kets concealed the rough walls, and out to say goodby to his friends.
the West nulies and other places. Thy . .. ...

church accounts of them as it does of gathered there while v waiting for their So, until its happy end, there was a profusion books and When something disagreeable was in I
thee. And thee'll have to come to it In mail, swapping stories and jacknives Your life shall never lack a friend. periAicals. The girl's ees 'flashed a prospect, the less procrastination the
heaven. Tbee'll have to meet the ne- friendly recognition toward some of better.
groes there on equal terms.' I thought --tories of how the town was at one LOOK FOR THE GOOD. the titles; then Ryland entered with a It was this that took him straight
-stristfehe hetowuws teres.' IORhoEGOD, little package of letters and papers In to the schoolhouse. Miss CollInwood
that I had silenced him with an unan- time loaded down with BEAR MEAT, Human beings live up to our ideas his hand and iletteroau d papoe n to to him than ale. Mi ole Inwoome
werable argument. He sat musing for that was killed by one of your prom- of them. If you require mnch of a his face. bled look on a more ae
a moment, then, looking up at me, lea; how much more he had not r6`-d
'And can't the Lord make them white inest citizens; the productive quali- man the chances are that he will try "I'm soTrry you didn't wait for me allied until he decided to leave.
n heaven, Mr. Hitter' ties o th velvet bean the man who to eet hat equireent. You pay a to e gain," be said. "The fact She was just closing the door when
Sheaven.r..Whittier'tiesof the velvet bean; the man wh to reet at iy we haven't auy schoolhoue yet. ThIe he arrived, and something in her eves

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4ho was Rinltely more. and In this, u bt.':i
land or anywhere It would be ,.ays to f P,'oil'h ,,l'- n,',w h, ,j- 'jaSllt
make a living for the woman he loved. *f the rlrk I vlo 'w t.,l tbl
Snd:.nly hlie reached out and took tier "sf the shrple c Iu hinh 1a ti
;i I ls in his, strongly, and she did not e
r -l..t mnoNrt .'tij.jt'i inoj l f'a-c on th' le l'ur-
**MIss Colfinwood-Elinor," he said Inl health. It I lit once food :Inol uaedl-
steadily, "will you marry me?" -ine The i,-t i l li -3
And she, after a moment of silence. on the wholr' t 4'sti* while as
but not hesitation, answered quietly, dia st ohs an h- l'. adf* M t a b'Lai-
"Yes." digestion in thei ,'hi 'riflu. t,, which Ii
They talked for half an hour longer, has ber'o lahrs*t-. IIngtatic.- ure nu-
making plans and discussing hopes: e o;f ir ,ns ti tcl with
then he noticed the bulk of unopened Brlght s .dlsl,'e iv i-ng for many years
letters In his pocket. He took them In ompnrati-" corrfoil w (ith n1o ,thPer
out one by one'"and read them, still medicine than a daity supply of butter..
talking ;n'J, making comments on what milk.
they centalned. The last was from A Tbri;Ir, '-ec:aih..
the a:tije solicitor as the first, written Thbe top bcT-"uu ..*,,r -.. :e lU l it
two days later, but mailed in time to St. Moritz, 8wlt,*ri:and. tIn"-,i us thd
reach the same boat. It read: "The "Church Leap," is s um'-thng a epet
nlate baronet's injuries, at first thought than the roof of a ho1c.,, aud to sod
slight, developed alarming symptoms one of the masters of ttobo gnil wegow
yesterday, and he died this morning. tiating it is, as the HByttt.Jr observes,
You succeed to the title. Please come a vision for the go,.s. iut Ueo noit
at once." exciting place, without doubt., t at thd
indftan Super.titfons. finish. After a lotLgiih strip of straigLi
The Indian believes there are boa and a sudden dip the course rushes u~
constrictors in the streams of North a steelp hill and ait:the sanaiit lose It
America and also that the South Amer- self in soft enow of th stlevel. So tera
lean tapir lives in North America. He reiic is the asped o thit ie ibdg.tii( fit
calls the boa constrictor the Iste-ach- thIs point that. although he braked
war-nayer and calls the tapir nocas-oh- rd uhin e hill, he cannot prevent hi,
inachinp vtrom leaping skByward at th4i
The Indian believes he has a cure and top. To see rider after rider Bweel
preventive for rabies, or hydrophobia. Up that slope and fly into the air, land'
He also believes he can cure any snake ing twenty, thirty or forty feet off in a
bite on earth, from a ground rattler to shower of snow, is to experience an
a velvet tall or diamond rattler. An indescribable thrill.
Indian never was known to go mad
from dog bite or die from a rattler's The Woman Who can.
bite, while other races succumb to the "The woman that kin support a hbus
venom of a snake or go mad from the band"- began the tnaayu.ik philosow
bite of a rabid dog. pher;
The Indian when in battle and fatal- "What about her?", interrupted the
ly wounded believes that if his medl- Squedunk Ignoramus.
cine man can reach him with hia bitter "Ain't geol' to have much trouble lia
medicine before he dies it will give him findin' a husband to support."-Phila-
nlwrrn-riti-f a..Saha will be #ble to es- -delphia Bulletin.
cape fr-om the battlefield. He thlirWk-- "
every man Is honest until he finds him l'erfecfiy Natural.
out, in which event he lose all confl- Old Gentleman--How old are you, my
deuce in him and never gets over It. dear? Little Girl-I vwas eight year
The Indian never makes up after old yesterday. Old Gentleman-In-
falling out with any one. He may speak deed! You don't look to be that old.
to an enemy as he passes, but dies with Little Girl-Ah, how you nadghty men
the hatred In his heart.-Eufaula Jour- do flatter us poor, weak women!
A Memory Detrotere.
How "All Men Are Born Equal." Brown-I have just discovered what
The woman born beautiful doesn't it is that destroys a man's memory
bother. to educate her intelligence, is completely. Green-What is it? Alco-
spoiled by flattery, is unable to hold hol or tobacco? Brown-Neither; it's
the men she attracts. The woman born doing him a favor.
homely is driven to develop her char-
acter and her mind, and so more than Growing Aches and Pains.
overcomes her handicap as against her Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Texag.
pretty sister. The man born clever writes, April 15, 1902: "I have ued
loses because he wins too easily and Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family
has no incentive to that sustained ef- for three years. I would not be without
fort which alone achieves success. The it.in the house. I have used it on my lit-
nan born "slow" develops patience, as- tie girl for growing aches and pains and
.-idutty, balance and, best of all, tenc- aches in her knees. It cured helr right
ty balance and best of all tec- away. I have also used it for fro.st-bit-
ity ten feet with good succCs. It is the
It comes near to being a universal best liniment I ev'r used." 25c-, 0ct
rule that strong points and weak ones and $1.00. Sold at the Trading Post, St.
just about offset each other in any hu- Andrew, Fla.
man being at the start and that the de- alkin
velopment Is a matter for the man him- alka are able to wrd.
self to determine. And there Is no fa- Some ir zards are able to walk on'-
tal handicap except the disposition to their hind legs, of which the most re- *
regard one's handicap as fatal.-Sat- markable example is the frilled lizard
urday Evening Post. of Australia, a powerful form. which
attains a length of about three feet.
Word Corruption. Should danger threaten It scuttles off
"I lately heard," says a writer In T. on its hind limbs with considerable
P.'s London Weekly, "of a country speed for as far as thirty or forty feet
inn which boasted for its sign, 'The in a half crouching attitude, with the
Jackass.' Word corruption like this fore limbs hanging down and the re
has given many quaint signs to our markable frill folded (up.
hostelries. Among the better known -
inns are 'The Goat and the Compass,'
corrupted from the words, 'God en-
compasseth us;' 'The Bull and Mouth,'
from 'the Boulogne mouth,' after the
naval combat before Boulogne harbor, One disease of thinr,..0' in

peg and wassail,' alluding to the pegs
driven into the old .wassail bowl to consumption. Both hav'," oor
mark the point to which the toper blood; both ll.'dt] mnorufat.
might drink as his turn comes round. These diseases thrive (on li an-
The sign, common in Lancashire, of the Iless. Fat is the b.'st ul<-:inr 'f
Stanley arms, an eagle carrying a overcoming them; v,,d hiw't oil
child, is popularly referred to as 'The Omakes the best h lhivertil
Bird of Bantlin'." makes te best n ltest
fat and
Marrrtying on Account.
Rev. Mr. Williams was the Congre- STSf
national minister in the village of
Winslow, Me., several years ago. One S CT
evening, says a correspondent of the
Boston Globe, four young people called E L T
at the parsonage. Two of them wished EM ULSION
to be married.*
The papers In the case were legal, so is the easiest and most ff lve'
Mr. Williams performed the ceremony. the
The other couple acted as bridesmaid form of cod iver oil. Here'&s a
and best man. The groom was the son natural order of things that
of a well known man fn the town, and shows why S-cott's lmulsion iS
as the happy couple were leaving the o 8 UC] value in all cases of
parsonage the young man whispered to SOf'l cliuin M t
Mr. Williams: scrofula and consumption. More
"Just charge it to father, parson. It fat, more weight, mnot e fiourish-

Will be all right." ment, that's why..
Prost., ;+Itd for :i-oo'
White frost is the ordinary frozen sefd for A u s'?n
dew or hoarfrost. Black frost occurs SCOTT &- OWNE, Chemists.
when the cold Is so' Intense as to freeze
vegetation and cause it to turn black 409 415 Pearl Stct, New York
without the formation of hoarfrost 6ctnd$..oo ,is :: :' n-. ...ka"

No. 8.

S'li~r~n < frie In Prhtaf.
'I'>ro)lbtll.y -ver\v onu who has notleed
it.o rreu'n InuI r,,-!fd coffee Sttting to-
e(bh..,r in s'lckef it til) dealer's atloe-
'iouse has observed the difference In
size of the beans. It Is a (vulfarftt I
-if coffee thit In roaesting while It
loses considerably in weight It Sgain
in bnlk. At the reddish brown stagd
the loss of weight has been about 15
per Lcent and the gain to bulk about
"30: at the cheatut brown, 20 nnd 56
per cent res rltlvtly., and, if carried
to a dark lbr)wt,. 25 nod '10. It i s in
t'e rinT-iui*,'at tho vniatlie oil to
wvhehl t,. di''ghrfnl Iroma Is due li
developed. as it is not pr'tsenu lu the
green le-ry. If the rcag is car
too far- iNNyond a bgh .-.x',wv
o l is i tj,! '1 and d .Ia~tr
disl.pioshted hotskfkep
tc.1aLiialns that the coffee
r at,, ,,d to eatl,. .


RLa c- r:~ :.l~ullr rll::'~L~n~l-- 110 ~l~rrrr rl I .r --- I



M A 1 1 iM .

o --_

NOTv.-lt must ie remicered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailor Rometimes find it ini-
Isaihle to inalke schedule time it must lie
'Itargedtotle elements; tbev do the best
"heyv can.
.44 __ ______
S Theo str. Tarpojn. having recovered
her lont time, arrived from tuhb south
at 2:30 p. na, Fridav, and fron the
west att 11:15 a. in., yesterday,
The schlr Cleopatra sailed for Pen.
sacula last Friday evening.

itted in splenddJ condition to take ex-
rsiougS or riss.-ngera to any point on.
SorGulf. Guod cabin protection
df bad weather. Terms reacs-

,01'0 fe'tof L.unii er %%ill Frrrv
i iPri d.dle and A aiiton, OTI Fl .II

It. AjedrLIc Bits'. For j.:irticu-.
l.ta s. adlesa V. F. \\oorInoD, Farm.-
dale, FlL.
Makes regular trius between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and special atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particularsad-
dress, CArT. S. W. AXDERSOV,
Anderson, Fla
Leaves St. Andrcws Bay every Tuesday
leaves Pensacola every Friday
weather permitting). Special attend
tion will lie given to receiving and
forwarding freight tor Darties living on
East and North Bay, passengers foi
points on either arim of the Day can
depend upon securing prompt trans.
sortation at reasonable rates. For
ktrther information apply to
L. AM. WAn_ Agt.

Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrewsp Hy, Wetappo aud-iniertmedi.
ote points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
j.except Stiday) at 6:00 a. it.; arrive at
Welappo at 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetappo
at I:00)p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. rit. Makes landings regularly at
Garrison, Croiantfo, Parker, Pitts-
burg, and F'irindale. Freight landed at
ainy postoffice wharf. For passengorand
freight rates, see rate card in the sov-
eral postollices.
F. A. WI~TERiLL. Manager.

A Week's Weatlier.
flie following table gives the maxi-
m, mnu, minimum and mean tempera-
tIdis,. the iraintall and -Qirection of the
itt~d, for the twenty-four hours ending
.it 7 o'clock p m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
ite'rs. Max:Min. Menn.R'n. W'd.
May.. 3 74 70 73 .67
4 4 81 71 76 .00 s
5 85 65 75 .00 s
,' 6 84 66 78 .00 a
7 86 66 76 .00 sw
8 81 68 76 .00 sw
9 86 70 78 .00 s
tirweok. .- 831 68 I 76 I ..67 I

fynt'r in M,).-O'-.v, a';r the Borovitch-
Fit~,li 4'a,,, Counit Toistol saw a per-
,ietept eggara. n~k!ng aims., who ex-
e'tln,,n.l, "'A lit )!t penny, brother, in
ti" nljO of ( h.'hiti"''
A polkluh i c!rier .ipr',cached,. e11 was
yiunig, initrth): andi wrapped In the reg-
aultioni s helprikt. At sight of him the
xwggar tied, hobbling away Iu fright
aud hastie.
"Is it possible," said Tositol to him-
stlf. "that people are forbidden to ask
OlItIrity. In Christ's name-in a Chris-
tiun land ?"
"Brother," he said to the police, "can
,yu read '?"
"Y e," alid the officer politely.
'"iave you read the Bible?"
*"And do you remember Christ's
orders to feed the hungmv?" And he
cited the words. The policeman was
S dkldently troubled. He turned to his
ii.ltouerc and asked:
'^ind you, atr-youcan read?"
"Yea. brother."
-And have you read the police rega-
"Yas, brother."'
"And do- you remember that begging
lb the main streets is forbidden ?"-Sue-
qW-. *..

Havinjd lay upon nmy bed f'or 14
days froii. severely bruised leg, I only
found riet when I used a lot Le of
Baillar's Snow Liniment. I 'an. cheer-
billy roeeommend it as the best med-
icine jer butas ever seat. to the amflictd.
It hat now beeomie a ptoiilve reccssilty
upon myeelf.--C. R. Bvruts, Merchant,
Doversvilln, Taxas. 25c. 50c, $1.00.
Sold at the Trading Post, St. Andeqw,.
ilmleal I-'|nh of Cerlon.
Very bahny and inlet on the coast of
CDeylon abounds with musical fish.
Tbetr wong. If it can be called a song, isa
not one sustaied naote ilke a bird's, birt
a Imultitude of tiny, soft, sweet sounds,
each clear and distinct In Itself, some
tlts like the vibrations of a wineglass
wben its rim Is rubbed with the mois-
P1wd finger. In the learler at Bornm-
Boy, India, there is a fishb with a song
like tie sound produced by an aeolian
On. Qualfleatlon.

"Yes. my boy's got a position In a
bank, and be's going to be president
of that Institution some day."
"Bright. eh?'
"Well. sir, he can sign his name so
that no one can possibly make out the
lgnature."--Phlladelphla Ledger.


-Rev. Dolphy will till his regular ap-
pointment in the P.-esbyterian chlurcb
next Sunday morning and e% en:.ng.
-Blank Warranty Deeds short lorm.
printed on good -linen paper. 2.5c pL r
dozen; also blank receipt tab.- -100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10e each, at th Bi 13uo
-If good goods with fair values i'-
what you are lookin!-. for. there is no
other place on St. Andrews Bay that can
or will suit you better than W. H. Par.
ker & Co., of Parker, Fla.
-While a bilious attack is decidedly
unpleasant it is quickly over when
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets are used. l.'or s. le by L.M. Ware,
St. Andrew and Bavhead. and all med-
icine dealers.
-Whhl. Mr. .1. H. Drummond was
driving home from Marianna a iew
days ago his fine large horse was taken
sick upon the road and the po 'r animal
suffered death between Beat'r 'reek and
Bayou George.
-Yo never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little monev as you
can now by complying with the condi.
tions of the coupon to be found else.
whete on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 ets. Put up eight Tablets in a

- . t.' w I11. -4 N

Xid In- onomicaluermanent; ;ib-o-
lutely indelible, covenient, non-con ro-
sive. At the Buov office
-Married at the home of the bride's
father, April 12, by Justice Wallace,
Mr. Charlie Shaw Bartell ard Miss
Minnie Frances Scott, both of San Jose,
California. The groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Bartell of St. Andrew.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and vidws of
either St. Andrews Blu IT, or Buena Vista
Point, at8c. per dozen;also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office.
-I am prepared to embalm the dead
- and disinfect rooms in the latest im-
* proved scientific manner. My stock of
1 caskets, coffins, robes, suits, etc., is
more complete than ever before. Calls
1 attended to promptly day or night.
Respectfully, A. H. BRAKE,
St. Andrew, Fla.
-Rev. Dr. Turner of Pensacola will
preach in the Catholic church next
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The
public cordially invited. Father Tir-
ner is a recent graduate from Rome, of
acknowledged great intelligence and
his discourse will undoubtedly be full
y of interest.
-Geo. Malloch's new launch, Myrtle
having received its engine was sue
cessfully launched on Thursday of last
week and in its trial, so far, has exceed-
ed the -most sanguine expectations of
its owner and builder. Its name, "Myr-
tle," was bestowed by Rev. Conway, in
honor of his little daughter, and the
handsome lettering upon the stern was
made by that gentleman. E. Hand,
who is recognized as St. Andrews' ac-
'.ajlished ship car atf.r', tuperi'-
tended'the construction and the Myr-
tle reflects credit upon his skill in that
-The dedicatory services at the M.
E. church last Sunday, drew crowded
houses, both morning and evening.
Rev. Conway was at his best on both
occasions and weil he might be, for he
is eminently justified in taking pride in
the achievements in the line of repairs;
but what is most gratifying to himn and
to the membership is tbht, sufficient
funds to meet the expenses incurred
are in sight. This was made possible
by the effort of Sunday morning, when
seven',y-live dollars was realized. Rev.
Conway is in Millvillethis week and
will conduct services in the M. E.
church there next Sunda v.
-The Buoy learns, practically direct
from the promoters of the B.C. & St.
A. railroad that an engine and four
cars and fifty or sixty men are actually
at work on the line south of Chipley;
that another car will be added in a very
Tow days if it is not already in commis-
sion. From the same source the Buoy
learns that the president of the trust
company which is to furnish the money
to build and equip the road, who visiie.
here on a tour of inspection, *recently
said that, his company took with serious
doubt President Gordon's flowery de-
scription of the natural advrntages of
St. Andrews Bay; but he found that it
had not even been given justice, and
that the Buoy might say that the road
would certainly be built with the least
ponqsible delay.
-The elegant large motor yacht,
Pruvidontia, from New York, via. Tam-

last ThursdaV morning for fresh water
and other supplies, and whiile lying at
anchor in front of the Buoy office short-
ly aftelernoon, that day, the people on
board and those on shore were startled
by a loud report. The escaping e'aso-
liue at once caught fire and for a time
it appeared as though the handsome
craft was doomed, but she was ground-
ed as soon as possible and heroic work
succeeded in extinguishing the flames.
One man was quite seriously, though
probably not dangerously burned about
the arms and face and Dr. Mitchell
dressed the burns. The boat was also
considerably damaged, but not to such
an extent but that she preceded on her
way Friday morning.
-Since thie item on the First page of
this issue, referring to Washington
county's representative in the le,isla-
ture was in type, the Buoy has received
a letter from the honorable gentleman,

explaining that the measure was intro-
duced in response to a numerously sign-
ed petititioun. This may justify the es-
teemed representative in his owii mind
for introducing the measure; but it
does not eliminate the cyil results that

w.-Unil fjll iw "is ma.ijci,,u. Tl:e Buno.
cuontcut d that a pletit OULh ilt i& muis-
chievoi- in its puriepoe should bJ, smolh-
ere.'l, o ma'.tor how many signatures
it beear.. It is a well-known fact that
anyone, lIavi tg a pet schelre can get
sitnatures4o a putition; but it does not
follow that an iunacted law should re-
u!t. Later-A pleasant letter from
Mr. Bry.n, rece:ied just as the Buoy is
making ready to go to urews, brings the
gratifying intelligence tat the nmeCs-
ure hereltu referred to was defeated.

The ladies and gentlemen, oIld ani'
young, of Si. Andiew and the Bay
country will be inlteiested to know
that (.'. E. Biackin & (C., at time
i,,,tlular \Vest Eid mercantile house,
ha'u receiver an ae iecei\ving bN
eveiy trip of the l''ail-on, a muagnifi-
Cenlt hlie ol
Ladies' bhliit \ .aiits,
Laces and Lawns, Lian Black. Yel-
low aiei \\'lilte,
La:liea' Ve 1t
Men's Socks,
Extla Fan[cy SCiaw Hats,
Dross Goods,
of vverv descr-ption in all the latest

citation, for luties gent

Built in Blood.
TI~el Munter paelacep of the czars wits
aill -licind. Almcpast ererr tone' ol
I.'.' -4 unad -'"'e' ur v ctlt L'y ardlof the'
nc.~ ~a in rg Olteeiai ict in Iifte-. Nich -
.-i 11'.11g venthle order that the ral.
Itll'1 Z Il, a '~ -uI)I'II t IUin t yep J% aandj
-'-lici tWe imu11nin ii ife ua -ZInst the cde,,--
r. I ?SIX tholAciIsmI D men W(tem
;ct_ n ucrk da:andI oight, with thr?
l.: ii 11Ii "'.1 Htt t. t ) dry the W I!:."
'-n-1.1,v. .IlP te itL' n lrnture out-

lie ~ ~ ~ vo~ (B~ft ':.i.eleydiy. I14 th&
'nelof cyc-cr the d'lnthl roll llaiI-
t'.'.~i i's.hatt Iinep-1 ha o Nvu..
Cet L 'f11tanioerstaacld thefu fll] mean,
J.) Of n!Iu.:-ne'e it ~'ulih-re
iu'-ul cc~-3it: r I.,. Aut~p: .oc

tonc paila a ad tile a --t
L0.11a1c..I 1 : LcP

it i-C i'c.I i

Lit."f ;I'It

of Ec-h-.II
-~ ~ *-ct~c'e C Et --t liv
rI1'11' ai of 1. !c .u iz,~

lbat thesd-.c 11-tor tin(- neulla
lte v ..irli~tV cof 'r. -o 41c-C

I Pj*112r.- i v te. e'th .o I '''Rl. W h it e
.sa ':.1~ i to 1w ~:i n rcr-leid

C f''.IIII:I ~' l'T~ceIE'T't Id., 'ii' inc

nea andl i

c,.ii' it ail c irct '--ean.ce du I7
ing this goodd lid aiuminer time."
Go anud examine theci goods. It
%wil1 pay yun.

A Good Suggestion,
Mr. C. B. Wainwoight of Lemon City,
Fla., has written the manufacturers that
much better results are obtained from
the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
ani Diarrhoea Remedy in cases of pains
in the stomach, colic and cholera rmorbu"
by taking it in water as hot as can be
drank.: Tnat when taken in this way the
effect is double in rapidity. "It seems to
got at the right spot instantly," he says.
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.

How a German Baby Is Swathed.
Of all housewives In Europe proba-
bly the German is the hardest worked,
and of all European mothers the Ger-
man practices most completely the art
of swathing and padding her baby and
df putting it on the shelf. The German
-iaby is swaddled iu a long, narrow pil-
low, which is made to meet completely
i'ound him, being tucked up over his
Y'.'t and turned under his solemn chin.
'i:ree bands of gay blue ribbons are
then passed round the whole bundle
;i tied in large, florid bov-s about
-*o".e his chest, his waist and his an-
kles may be supposed to be.
In thbs guise he can be deposited as
'. ornament either on the sumptuous
,c-ut bed or on the kitchen dresser or
on the drawing room table. How fond
tihe Germans are of this presentment of
baby may be guessed froin the fact
chat it figures largely in their picture
'>ooks. among their dolls rud even in
the bakers' shops at Easter time, made
)f oughh and covered with sugar, to 1he
devoured by gredy live babies.--
Strand Magazine.

Enlarged Finger Joints.
Enlarged finger joints are the source
of a mnoyance and mortification. Some-
times they are caused by pulling the
fingers to make the joints "crack."
Sometimes they are the result of hard
w.-rk, rheumatism or gout. They may
be relieved by light rotary massage
(robbing around and around and
around on the joints with the thumb
and fingers and stroking upward), ac-
companied by the application of oil of
Shake into your shoes Allen's' Foot-
Ease, a powder. It cures corns, bun-
ions, painful, smarting, hot, swollen,
feet. At all drggists and shoe stores
Courtesies of the Street.
A hansom cab driver bad just picked
up a fare and was driving furiously
along a crowded street when the wheel
of his cab just managed to graze a
horse which a very thin youth Was
"Now, then, can't yer see me?" bawl-
ed out the latter angrily.
"No," was the rep!y; '"yer whip's in
front of yer."-London Tit-Bits.

Strange Mountain stcknems.,
If mountain slckue~sshg~ould come
upon you your bitterest enemy will
lead your horse for you. The synp.
touis are those of habitual drunken.
neq4. All Che llimbs shiver, mi.d In the
bioi~ Noe the eye-, have that ex.
tracerd nsv y look of lusa n Ity w ii ch k.
I eauz(.i1eh.%. imInahllit v to fiv'ii,

.i~ly. i~~ liie~j I~-c:tbilt I -.I",tilt.
I~ii;t n~ hey p;~i-.:ei.;.-r

A Temt of Lov'e.
Aviontg Ole Ar:0le; of il.ewr E'_- 1 pt tlhe:'

4'1I P it t Ice N-11:i1 j Lt d tl.' Icirick .11

'~iiacreerm -. *"it' Ine '- .toe I.-- c-:

lit. t.

A 1flh.' -lc 'I".yc le Ill dtee- Id. l ot
1 LI '; i.0 18I IIC luc1k Of P( _fLCcto01lJ-0h-.
mill i;. how rcrimthty you tire! Your rtleo
goc'd little Iljter and brother can nevor
be so bad. Milly (sauellyi-But I can
soon teach tbeni.-London Tather.
WVhy S tiffer Iicpni Rhieumatism?
IV 1 v suffer from rheumatism when onep
Atrpl h',~t jc.n cf Che .- Ifll)'2 alin 't3 Pa in Mi I n

"Ihtrle trig 1 iref7t it lciT

Sf ai,!' y. emit- ,a n lit y I ,'
,iir-!p. i Ir:-'e.=. n p:Ilh v.hlette oci-
fr'ole- it. : v.- Li!.- is' flt ',,. rs giv,
O)ult .i'ip iI .R I s'I :u3. like that of oul
"h11- tn;u'-lI,t_.'Jig. "
(lallemanl. Wenr Overcontl Indoors.
"uIn Stn;tAg(o, tlha' t'l;i, an capital.
where 1 1 .ie,. I.-n re,-di;ug for some-
y.-ar.<. It il < .i.n 1 t., .C.r, people put
on.44e4- h--Oert aIl en they enter a
Lhous' ind tlket tll,'i fii upon going
Into the s'cet," salnil a visitor to the
capital l.
"The case of this is that the at-
moiphere ton the outside is warmer
than wliain the residences. The
Chbleans. (,j not heat their domiciles
to any extlut. -and they are construct-
ed of such thick walls that they are a
good deal on the order of refrigera-
tors."--W~VinsIngten Post.
Creeping Death.
Blood Poison creeps up towards the
heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plamie, Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfalli injured his hand, which
swelled up like blood poisonIng. Buck-
len's Arrica Salve drew out the poison,
healed the wound and .saved his life.
Best in the world for burns and sores,
25c. at A. B. Brake's..

Sunlay Card Playing Laws.
There was a time when people in
England were forbidden by law to play
at cards, even In their own houses, on
Sunday. In the royal proclamation
against vie_-e, profaneness and immor-
ality, reid every session and assize, is
the following passage: "And we do
hereby strictly enjoin and prohibit all
our loving subjects, of what degree or
quality soever, from playing on the
Lord's day at dice, cards or any other
game wbiad over, elthe uIn public or
private Irtrt'es or other places whatso-


i ___
Kidney Trdble Makes You Miserable.
Almost e ryhody who reads the news-
papers is s to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
-- Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
-U. and bladder remedy.
-a 1It is the great mcdi-
j L cal triumph of the nine-
\, teenth century; di-4
II covered after years of
('t scientific research by
1 ,- -- Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
-nent kidney and blad-
-,* (der specialist, and is
wonderfully s cc'tseful in promptly curing
lame back, kiene,-, bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Brighi' lzDis .sae, which is the worst
fcr,-i of kidr.ey trouble.
Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root is not rec-
o--njT.end1'd ior 4.er':,-Thng but if ,you haveakid-
n -. lver ocr bladder trouble it will be found
utz lha i emedy ou need. It has been tested
inme. many w.,ay in hospital work, in private
pra.ticc, amcli The helpless too poor to pur.
",'. relief ain as pto'.ed so succez: ful in
r .:a:. iai special arrangement has
n:'orc r.,ad-:, by ,.: h all reader's of thIs paper
, h. have n-.t al .'iy tred it, may have a
rr'.-,'e .- ,:' s -I frce by mail, al.o a book.
e'lir~n m re ac i t S'...'amp-Root and how to
ind r .; if ycu ha e kidn-i, or b;adder trouble
,.' writing t on_ re g ihis generous
fier in ihts'pa and C-
erld your a.'ir 10 l c", -. .
r ',r r g Co r--i -
,.-r, N. Y. The
'%, i:.ar ift' y -re and Home-of Snamp-Root.
"'liar :.:: are ., by all good druggists.
Don't make ', riist.ke, but remnem-
ber the name 'wamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer Swamp- ', and the address,
Binihamtn, on every bottle.

Little Wille
emn t.v titI.?c
so.u. is yvolr n*
to a1. ns th'
tli-,:'e are \


w. el
First Litle <

LTtt:e G(irl--N" L
bhm.-Lonlon F

up? Bocker-Y
think he built
How to \V
The most succeed
the approach of ol
vigorous digestion
eating only food
occupation, and w
stomach appears I
lain's Stomach and
rect it. If you ha,
are troubled with
find these Tallht:
need. For sale b,
drew and Bavliead


I t I l I ie.
.', What iS an
, rf- t- t,'-.h' l ?"

tl'Of 7111 huo ',,' whlt-1.
rs p, i -4V.,t.-G-;Ia'I:g!,)N

H-i-" fifanher i ani
.| "yot*"" ,lo? S<:'ro>judJ
.tever manimma tell.-
the doctor build you
but he stems to
bank.-Harper's Ba-

Id Off Olh Age.
sful way of warding off
age is to maintain a
This caun e done I y
ited to your age aInd
on any disorder of the
ke a dope of Chaiuber-
Liver Tablets to cor-
e a weak stomach, or
iudigestion, you will
to be just what you
L. M.Ware, St. An-
ia,,id all medicine deal-


aid sleep possible, and that alone ir
noitii many times its cost. Many whol
havi', ui.d i: hoping only fo- a short re-
lief from suffering have beer, happily sur-
prised to find that after awhile the relief
became permanent. Mrs. V. H. Leggett
of Yum Yum, Tennessee, U. S. A., writes:
"I am a great sufferer from rheumatism,
all over from head to foot, and Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm is the only thing that
will relieve the pain." For sale by L. M.
Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead and all
medicine dealers.
Looks After the Cents.
A simple illustration will show the
care that is taken of cents by one of
the big banks of Chicago. Stamped
postal cards are not used, and not one
of the thousands of routine letters that
are written every day is stamped or
sealed until the whole routine mail of
the day is assembled in the afternoon.
Then all the cards and letters to one
correspondent are put in a single en-
velope, and, except for letters from the
oflicers and thl like, the bank comes as
near as possible to get its entire mail
carried at 2 centL an ounce or a cent
for every postal card instead of often
paying 2 cents for a quarter of an
ouue, as it would have :o do if every
communication were sealed and stamp-
ed separately. This little matter of
getting full value out of a two cent
stamp makes a saving of from $25 to
$30 a day.-World's Work.

Saved by Dynamite.'
Sometimes,a flaming city is-saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can't
cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
long,you feel as if nothing butjdynamite
would care it. Z, T. Gray, of Calhoun,
Ga., writes: "My wife had a very aggra-
vated coub h, which kept her awake
nights. Two physicians could not help
hor; so she took Dr. King's New Dis-
covery nfor C,.ei-umptioun, Coughs and
Colds, which eased her cough, gave-her
sleep and finally cured he:'." Strictly
scientific cure for bronchitis and la
grippe at A. H. Brake's store, price 50c
and $1; guaranteed. Trial bottle free
Not Too Much of a Fool.
"Father says that Algernon hasn't
any idea of the value of money," she
exclaimed plaintively.
"Your father wrongs him," answered
Miss Cayenne. "I have observed that
Algernon never proposes to anybody
except heiresses."
Dividing the Task.
Lottie-Oh, well-let's kiss and make
up. Dottle--All right, dear. I'll do the
'kissing, but you've had more experi-
,ence with the other part. of the pro-
.;-n e ijie.-Cleveland Leader.
Tlhe Reason.
**To what do I owe the pleasure of
mootit.g you here, Miss Snappy?"
T'-The fact that I did not see you corn-
;'Ev. Mr. Fappy."-IHouston Post.

N t'ing can malko a man truly great
,. t n t- 'lv 'roo'.--Henry.

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


-. "-' EDULE,

Tuesd'av, S:3u p. m.
Wednesday. 4:1-,o p. 1ll.
Wednesday%. 2:3i, pI. ni.
T' ursda\, '.-:i.0u a. rn.
Monday, 6:00 p. rn.
Tr ursday, 3:l1. p. m.
Friday, 11:311 a. nu
i'riday. ID:00 a. m.

C 0I 1 N O~l11

I a Ii i caLti:
( A ndtLe c,.%

PeIi.ta-01a to)Ri 't A Ii ich U1111 Ni ii 'liltc..j l
l-''n'nchato A claviiie o~c~a ccl~i t.:o aI'ti'c...
St. A ndre%% aid N1cMiiili,. toe A, lc~~'-c,.c.~u
I-ensaoila to Nltebi Ic-, $2.56

Wed n .day. :00 a. m
Wed nesday,l10:00 a. in
'icctr..d.c'y, i;:ut :. Im .
TIiursday, 12:uto nOO.:
Monday, ti *DO a. m.:-
Fr-idlay, ':00 a. m. -
"'ariday, 4a:i) a. nt. -'
l.riila .. l 1 ::;1 p. it.'

ihe above riatlus includ,- nial- ad b.rtlh.-. \V. G. DARIROW.
-_-_ Captain


Gene-ral Mc rC a d n (


Cooking and eating

Sewing Machines and Needles!


TU-. .1.

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.


Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.


The Trading Post!

Successor to B. V. Brock.]

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready- Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware.

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




Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bay view St.
I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


Th~is is ini my Patr'onsi' I ilteress-u s .wivll as muy ow* H.
Convjince 1 otrself of this-Ti'utli,/

Ctall land



|Ky D 1 Y 0 ) 1) S .ITHRIVE

Shil Chandlerv - 'Hard ware

Li .** I f I II *

IT IS IT, INotions, saints and Ulls, INets ana
PAIN I CURE Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Fu
S,, your Drugaist or General er- 31EN'S LA IIES' ANI) B Y'
cloai, or write The Walker Company, 7 -
TI Soutl Pr'rcl' ., Ati.ar.Ia.
Unfurnisned Rooms 11 siI ( AM1I' llPLI
IkP~v '14 l th Ofl AGiEN TS F_ All Good
) !va4 thc tE Ofice. AMER.IAN EXCEPT
HTfyou wanttogotthe
"8"M CIeV & Wire Go.,
'f LgAt* b5gest returns for S TrU lIV Gi 1 A u
At_ your ground. ,NI9H ND A .N IT1H 1 NG D1 1 I:i:I) A'A '
.t,.,on ,rStua Made in Iron. Any Poseffice 6

R Y on the Ba! 0
ZE]- :P1K-I -T S' _-7-B-

WindSEEDS Mill ComaIy Breech L oad ng
-the standard after 49 years' Breech-Loading
teat. They always produce W ol '
the target and surest
crops. Alldealer: 0sell l S
them. Our 1o10 tS P t
.eed AnnualB (f1Dh 110
free on request Onl $550 !
D..M. FERRY&M00 ooE.
o TOo.,o....C. E- BRAC



$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts.
MAINAGIs.. 47 W. 28TH ST., Nzw Yoau

Twines, Salt,



ail Orders! ?

'iadly Sent

.1 A pli catin !





1 14.2tt. -SOLID COLfl FO w.14zTq PEN

oa m P e l' a l i th aL iij-ln ate ec '0 VI nIcIiI do.Stii i ( a i I' t 1
filler and is fully' warrantied yI h e n ft u: a a.......c
19 them if unsatisfactor'-- 11In m) 'vpu 11!'i ihIln'







- - -.

NA-III-11 'wot' Nvhjjs' wile;,

Th u rs'.da v, May I11

8ST. A N11ItE'

4ua W~ th 1'ra,
it~i~, eil tl 61 H-le No
Ciirt'~ ~ ~C'. m -- % ili
1 2 1- 2u1 LI %i .-
3bib 2. 5,Bakinig

Lundu" lityer.4.8"lS Peache
........~i.... ... 'ITomato
~itI.............61 A~pplcL4
kpplelt Fear-,
Ei lt nliairte'l - lI' Plunio
Dried I'ealetes A piric'if
Im oal oil prg.ii. t I~ atiacl
oWlitiu' e ~A 'i~t

C (oinked

tiean. ...... r' Baked
Coco.iFit pk .. I Co'*i
Jelly, gl1l. 1 0" 0"'23 1 Peas .
imel Juice..... 4 umpk
Fggs per doz.... 21
Flour Il'ork
E,.rofS'tlht,2 5 D.S.p
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon
'orii Meal pr bui-crl) Fresh .
I)tL Meal pr lb. ... 5 Blk 'st
Oorii pet lin i.'7` '0i; Htn Ca
Potatoes Should
Irish...... 1 40 Beef
iarly i'se seed 1.60 Corned
Sweet. .. t60,7. Fresh.
5.4lt, pr sack... ..00' tried.
'lile .... ... M ilk pr
tNails. ner lbA61a51 Ax,wit h1
Galv wire do.6tt6'i Hoes, eaoc
Maiillit rope.. .9nl20opper pA
41i.ve'i c', .. .fo a'25 Linseed oi
ipe, per joint 18
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .
4lieetiilgs .... 5a9 Flannel.
blisli, n....... 9all Thread pe
lemns. ..... 15a45 Shoes, lad
Etira pants pat 215 Men's..
11 yv pr cwt. .75al.u5 Oats pr hI
Hr.ti i ......... 1.25 Brick prt
l~.pe Siral .....7@9 Lime pr It
FRUIT' aid NU'T'S.
Omnigem pr doz.. 25 Pecans p-
A piles ........ 15 Walnuts. .
eitons.......... 20 Almonds.
it shell prllillo 1.50 Opeued p
Hor ...$30000 .iI0l Cows.....
Mules.... $.l.ioa i 0I Hogs ...
'ixlil pi yoke 30 $3Sheep ...
1oU i,Tr1iY
O'ihekeniis eich 37L,,lJ Geese eac
f',irkeys.... T7>al.00 Ducks....
F eriii Salt
,It,,lluI pr Jo/. .5cc M illeti l
'i'ulj.ii T2 .- 5 ''i, it..
P',-inpan)ii[i pr tll,. 6 Poinpain
Siii unii...... 10 Mackuer
Plhoriing, e C
ticr> 'l 11 ;.it.$l 0 IHeart,
F.ce .. 12.00 Face
Sap ... 10,001 Sup
I)ol1 siding, Clitpl
lleirl lict-e niii 14.00 xii in.
Suni 10.00 Fiinishiing
Bull' litu tier.. 8I@ 12 her, d..
leaIt shliingles, 2:30 Lath, P in
S ip 1.50 Boat 1111
d. ,e

. JT n % .I i '1 f I' n.h.l'
I . . .' ,
F rank J. C(lleney makes oa
t ii.- '- ,'patilnur of the fit
!, '. Co. doling business
of Tu'ed'i', .Luirity and state afo
that said firm will pay the sun
iiU N DED DOLLARS for each
case of Catarrh that cannot b
he tae of Haill'' Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me anit sul
miy reseince, this 6th day of
A 0 1866. A. W. G
[sE4L.l Nltar
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
and auts direcllv on (lie bloo
'0118 si'rfaces of the systemll.
estimonialF,. fitee.
Sold by druggiesti, 75c.
Take Hall's Fanmily Pills fu

lHe Sold and Left.
A lawyer hd- a horse tha
stopped and refused to'cross
bridge leadi -It of tlhe
EAinW -ould

I t *IG4r i40 1% eh tY4." Poison For Cholera Vietims. PersonaRI
'Geor~,e',... i, ;i..;..;,. unt, the "SSome years ago I found myself In G-o. W. Gossaan, of Columbus I
famous Fren,.b womanm wr/th., scandal- the city of Buenos Ayres at a time
ised her literary friends by wearing wi men's clothes. "A long grVy overcoat," capital," said a traveler. three muonith here, left Tuesdaj
r she herself scys she wore, "a woolen "It happened that as I walked along .i vi, ,ay},ad'and Uhiule
tie and--and-a pair of boots." These a public t Lrougmare one day while n1n v td yeadrnd hile
boots were her joy. "I longed to sleep tue plague was at its height I saw a Jlr iib houde, The .bua) will tuilow """"'"""""
with them. n their little iron shod n fall to the ground, and I sur- him thee for the nex year, and he Your doctor will tell you that R (1
heels I was firm on my feet and trotted raised that he had been stricken with thin, pale, weak, nervous chil-
from one end of Parts to the other." the dread disease. Before reaching has enjoyed himself -s well that hen become strong and well
1905. he also smoked in public, cigarettes- him [ noticed a policeman approach hopes to be able to arr nge his busi- bytaking Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
even cigars-so that her teeth were the unfortunate and administer anes so that he cabeit us ath- Small doses, for a few days. lla.
much discolored. It was this outward drink tc him from a bottle which I neDs so that ye can be Ii s, X aot- ma dosr ew days. OO
Si unItnilin.-4,: trhht won for her the had no doubt contained a restorative er winter. a
S N tit l "l,., Hybrid." How- some kind of medicine. At the \I,. -and MIs, E. D. Viight, afle SarsapaSlla BoatStores, H
R E N 'I .er. I, ,i. ,,. ...ic " tlf lly fem .m o h n l th P!i 1I.t. I xaj- u blew hl ai .i ',L, 13 ,, 011 IIII i t IS( 'l tieill th a TJ%
ii, Ier. *"' -.,...l. 1 .1 11 gin e., Ia et. ,..u l. ,-a v.ry :, ly. I..l ,1 ,., i,.. ", i1n;. l, iLul.u The change is very prom pt W e c. l* yat all tluthes a \
o16 ILr "L 1. uru ii f'n .1 1. ir **.Cue euld t *t r 1 I ,.,i I -IAL, I k l 'L ,l., 1 ,I and very m arked A sk y our the i
i...o .... 55 4(1 llrei -' i3 d .-. .- t' rCue,'- u] notnition .'l '' it Hi. a'. tb,Il :l It, :,i \ ,.,ihig.t, 1. U., a doctor why it is. iHe has our Osr iTRrY P O-
'd .lap.40-60i of ti.e ;'re._.-h ,,,ki, : wminn's -'cni"'i". i r.m-ark,-d to th,- ,.:jictr ,vlilch ,i',t ,he i1, .' ": adi.,e formula and will explain. F I AND 0v r
i1k, l call anil th arlsst*-,rnile oi royal lady' t th 't it '. l -uedi.;iI. LU | li-li DO la hl. i em II ach i L J l I ldl .v l- "When 13 years odlt, for many month o A
one thought I coiild live becau.ieof thin blood.
.- ed .' .... 10 Sand lI.c..- dcl. ""e,, trhi d ort klugir wl s t,, *, lllcii I gave 1hi1, l,,Bt. ina a f ew weeks Ayer's Sarsaparilla corn- W W l
.iilli 118 mRs. F BUOKMIN8TR., Vineland. N.J.
powder mixed In Ly v.;his with the blood of d idly puls,_,. That i tL,, w1.y wL ..I h... Iulinmli ~g L .t l" ali ayl U I $1.00 a bottle. J.C. AY R R 00..
,rl the poor andI l'ivly." She was, n.i sha h Iv'e to d.o n,,w t ) ct'h.ck the -Oir.,';.,d ol' i ll e,, .g il i .i i e.h liey al iu A Idl or Lowell, Mass.
bei, termed it, -istride." of the t o chlitased. the cliolor.,:. l1t3esides, t(heli iunu vIn w ild
es .... I10,W0 the peasantry nd tle arilt,,er.:y. soon halv di.'d anyway. .
le ... S-t1 -21 I nt-ve-r ex .. t iletcn tld a il.eer rfoling iTeluCih.,l
.......Ill aing it e Problem. of lhnrror in y life od .:.kILed on the lev. C. L Joi e n the Bilousnesscostipatonrevtr-
........ l.I .-.i;' dit-ied polenu n ]t, of .l Bousnessconstlpationpreventre1 111 1 11 .
..*.... I. -1 yu -,lu do u 1lit regarded wL a he had all i.t. FI iAlly I ti a iit *,, cover. Cure these with Ayer's Pill.
I ..... -1 caraeols with u.r little sister did you dnta lu ilre o a dllia8gro<- '1' illai:ie. Then Chaos.-1
ierries...- "No, i Ir thoeht they wouldn't ab ;ity id,Jlt ay li nW. 1g. I'a.ker ul he[1 hIvi "Why, Mary." said he mistress, "I Mi
Meals come out evon. so I uite one forestt I be Postt. beef, -ub oei,:'t is, a a tleds beluc, told you to make up my room an hour
e. 12 gan to div !e!" ow Yorker. _. ..ago. and here It Is In terrible disor-
IBeef'. 12' the _unted- -b l l L a t. u der."
,d Be 'I,'1-,.i ,.ll t l I C. \ C th 0 )' ati p p.u f or l tow en ,rtue d o. "biR t a rnd l d ,id."n to a M ar.ton a "4
i. Jil : ver attpted tobr;be Fii.ay collar, ut and he lost the on a
...grtal15 R'alph F. i' 'naFl,, <'l Taiii,,a, Fia.. me. Senator Ketchein-Never mind. 1 .n collar, muri, and he lost the-
L',:getaile.,''aix ,C l ,,r ,JUI l i u llst ."
eai. 1i0 *ideui ilhing Ii fearful race vw ith cl,.ath. Some d;y. whnlii it's n close vote, you'U
S ...1)0.15 "as a result ( I li -rc trriill-' aidi. hear" et your lch:nce.-Chieago Journal. ctlue irii le la t I,1 lr Tug' A Ir.hiTh
. "" .The lmposalble,
)..... 1 disease. which had robbed umcl 'blcep NVrnul, w her"U e spe1 o1I"ine ,teekh "They say that laughter is good for Dea lIAr A i, Pa
it..... 4 -atudof allinterest in life. I hlai1 rd LLEGAL NOTICES. r,,,tp.,a i lie deliniiu lax lin.t i,,,i, ngstiou." ul III U
many different doctors and -,-.. oral imcd- "Maybe. but how In thunder Is a fel-
icinus, but. got no ,. ,,,: -iiail 1 b,,an NOTICE ,OR PUBLICATION. ljuulic.u.0, low goiny t ih when he hGoods Grlod
r lb...... to use Electric Bttcrs. o w 'ul DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, M,.-. lieJur- Spicerl I'loatuals, I.-tion"--Detroit rnee Press.
Sides... ..8 was their effect, tnat in t d. s I May 19i.15. aine ,loe n11 unday iin tiuay with .. .
S106-22 felt like a noew man, and1 today aln Notice is hereby -iven that the :ol- a boat li,,:I ,t i' uln,.itiiA1i p..a'let, to LEG AL NOTICES,
'v'a'd 15-20 cured of all my troubles, G(,ar'auti'es at loing namid settler has tiled notic of o, A] ] nrT
-iisiintention to Iin ke fin.d pru'oofin .tip- t n l tl Itlie tlolicati l ~ l Ldice.' it the NOITIC(_E FO' R V IT ,IC A TAl'oIN.
ers-.... A. H. Brake's st.ro; prica 5u,. ort oif ii.I claim, and that -.iaid ,proof . l i i b- E ll i
w-ill bIe m adeu before the clerk ol the . -rc. 1 d s l Mt '- I % r 0 IE 1 I T N I1 .
...... Classes In Turkey. ii cuit u urt at V non, Fla., on June It't'eii the ui,)riing u id .teuiinii nter- A..',L O --I E AI 1I.NL'. ILL., 1'i..\.i
I.' -1i2" The people of Turkey arte classified it 21h, 19',"-, viz: vice of M,i. \V. A. iniunllK. Notice i ebe i. i en that the il- 1 1 A
.... 2 as three classes-the wealthy, the peo- .IOHN G. DAVIS, of Nixon, Florida, . a e s eu -- hai,; ii d Li iLil:d it CeN fEA
qt .. 10 ple of ordinary means and, the poor. tll -2.i54 for th lie swi}, of The wages which the poor are paad 2.. r'. 12%,'. ll%,, ,ii Ite ..\Iidlt.Adij ltst Thuwi'- pu l'lt of ; his claim ald ,hai Said AT A TTAI
handle. .75 range from 20 to 25 cents a ay. Some 11C nameS the following witnesses to fwilb emdb eo e e Clr
.350 of the girls who work in the silk manu- prove his continuous residence upon day to soleninize a ar ageC cereoa- thCircuit court at ernon, Fla.,onRE NOW PREPA
lgai 5 @a 0 factories are paid as low as 5 and 7 and cultivation ofs,aid land, viz: fly, of whlici tile Buoy hlas hlot beon June 20, 1905, vz: la 0 U G H 0 R ID
cents for a hard day's work. The ma- Pitts and J. A. Murray, all of Nixon, favored with particularsW SAMUEL T. NOLAN of Murfee, Fla.,
jority of the inhabitants of Turkey, F]ia W.. G r.OBINSON. Itegister. N i ia Hd 33533 for the nes of nwi and weiof
...... 5 by the way, are employed In the manu- Rev. Fator turner of Pensacola nwi (or lots 3, 4 ad 5) of se 27, tp. Whether
......154 facture of silk. Farming is carried on NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ii a guest, during his stay in St. An- 2s, r. 15w.
r spool. 5 very little, which is dueto the small DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR drew, with Liit. F, H. Sheppard proTe hiscontLnous residv-ese upo,
lies.$1a275 profits which it brings and to the Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.
$1li0a300 scarcity of machinery. There are many May 1, 1905. and fauiily. EMultiatrfee, R L. Ellisd A. M -
wealthy people in Turkey, some of Notice is hereby given that the fol- Colom, andR. F. Murfee,,allofMurfce, U
u ....... 60 whom are said to be worth $2,000,000, lowing named settler has filed notice of Cleared lor Action. Fla.
....13.00 and they spend freelyhis intention to make final proof in sup When the body is lared f.i action, W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
theysped.fr5ly port of his claim, and that said proof Ediors fROpid.
5 Expensive. will be made before the Clerk of the by Dr. King's New Liie Pills. you can s tee paid.
.. 15 "They shy hor wedding beggared Ci rcuit Court at Vernun, Fla.,'on June tell it by the bloom of haltlh on the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. P 1 .
20 scripton." 20, 190 NIXON of Nixon Fla. cheeks; the brightness ol the ".- '; the DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 'C=
....... "Oh, more than that!" d 29865 for the s o sw section rmness of the flesh and muscles; the LAND OFEICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.
"Indeed?" and as of ast and nwi of sei of sec. 2, buoyarcy of the mind. Try them. At April 17, 1905. ',
Notice is hereby given that the fol- ,
ir ,t .. 15, "Yes. It beggared her father." tp. 2. r, 12w. A. H.Brake's store, 2c lowin named settlereby givhas filed note fo
He namos the following witnesses to lowing named settler has filed notice of
hambelai' Co oedy t e prove his continue folowing witnesses to ------ his intention to make commutation f .
$;toi$5 hamberlai' Cog d tecultivationh of said lmd,o viz.: hnoi.n ousrur s.c uc .. .... r, proof in support of his claim, and that '
$3. to'$.V ., I:r "
.... .2i Very Bast. R. T. San;.ster, 'S. L. Loudermilk. J. On c:",e c?,e':-:.1n. ;.rrivliv at C(:rlo. said proof vrill be mad before clerk of 1- -
I have been using Chamieihlain's Cough G. Davis and R. D. Muri ay, all of Nix- on h.or;; c'-. Bobby IBurn'is is ;d t the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
45a50 Remedy and w-nt to say it is the best on, Fla. W G.ROBINSON. Re e, ave tued his stee out April13, 1905 ON, of Murfee, Fla., OMiz:ERCE AVE. EAST
... 20 cough medicine I have ever taken," says NOTiCE FOR PUBLICATION awile, ond the animal -to,.i.l on t Hd 33761 for the w nw of sec. 26 and
Gen. L. Chubb, a eer tchant of Harlan O PBLICA ON. row belonging to (li Ci.ir:ti.. ei of neisec. 27, tp. 2s, r. low. ID-E
MicG. L. Cheri, no question a)out its n, DEPARTMEINT OF THE INTERIOR and. t imannnuded.\ _. I, t i, He names the following witnesses to
i 5.50 h Land olUic at Gaiosvill Fla. horse was given -up to L.ii., th. !.----'. prove his continuous residence upon
...... 5.5 ing the best, a it will cure a cough or May 1, 1905. i:..! ,ted upon the :,. ..,'. wh,c ten- and cultivation of said land, viz:
o ... 10.00 cold in less lime than any other treat- Notice is hereby given that the fol- ure of otce was to ,'x,"a ,n the very Samuel T. Nolan, R. L. Elli, A.A.. I
el... 8.00 meant. It should always be kept in the lowing- namo settler has filed notice of ,r.ow o the in .to 'r-h.v,- McCollom, and W. N. Dickson, all of H |JI
house ready for instant use,' for a cold to I nLakc iinal proof in p as e'er p ir p cet sa .-1, Murfee, F Hela. n
4.c e i h port of hiisela.-tim, arid that said proof W ,aS c'ROBIr O a' i."I MurEe, Finiter. I IHandle nu
e ingl can be cured in much less time wheo will be made before the Clerk of the The muier drunI-the n .-r Editor's fee paidNSON Rgiser.
io.$1 S. dc9Puiir-harlnuess beast, tak' thee na,, care; rEditor's fee paid.
...1200 promptly treated. For sale by L. M. Ware, Circuit Court at Vernon, F.a., on Jun Thiourty -be a hoise when he:s n aen mir PRESCRIPTIONS
0* .1) St. Andrew aud ayhoad and all nedi- 20! 1905, viz: (mayor). NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Ib ds, cine dealers. ROBERT T. GANGSTER, of Nixon, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, DR. J, .
Fla. Mothers! Mothers! MothersT DR ET INE ,
mn. ..$12.0(i --* R d 299d7 for the wi of nw, nw of sw LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
lumr- Johnny's Prime Example. ldo 9f fe r Itnh w of snt-, t o swi How many children aire at this season April 24, 1900,
$12@15.0 Johnny-Papa, 1 got the prize for e ne o se sec2, tp 2s, r. feverish and cnsii.t.d, uiilt bad Notice is hereby given that the follow- TIV
.... 2.00 arithmetic today. I did an example on H names the following witnesses to Sweet Powders o r Children willa ways intent-ion to make commutation proof in
mlbier, the blackboard out of my own head- prove his continuous residence upon cire. If worms are present theywill intention to makehis cammutnd nation aid proof in L I I E
d....$20 Papa-What was it, Johnny? Johnny- anp cultivation of said land, viz.: certainly remove thpeiS. At all drug- w ill le ade before the County Judge Iat
SWhy, I did-our baby weighs eleven D. Murray, Robert Nixon, W E. c Samles ma l.:.l FREE. Ad- Vernon Fle. on Junte 20tlCouty Judge .at1905,viz:i
I as and three-quarter pounds. She gains Pitts and J. G. Davis, all of Nixon, Fla' dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Li.,,y, N. Y. c REEN B. JENKINS, of Et o, Fia. In Effi
one ounce a day. When she is twenty G. OBISON, Register. ---- Hd.33209 for the e of se of sec. 10 NEW OR
th that hlie she will weigh 466 pounds.-Chicago NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ore Hemlnrided. aiduid of neotf sec. 15, tp. Is,r. 16w. O
rm of F. J Post. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. "How often," said the philosopher, He names the following witnesses to No 4 No .. 2
in the CPity Conenad. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. a man is reminded of his own little- prove his continuous residence upon and 12:35 n'u 11:05 ap.m. Lear
resaiid,and "Do you buy condensed milk, mad- May 1,1805. ness in this great world"' itig alet Henry C.rnihael, Abnlr 4:22 2:55 "
m of ONE am?" Notice is hereby given that the fol- s answered Mr. .umrox. "e Bassett and A'f. i2assett, all of Ebro, 8:25 '" 7:30 "
,ind every "I presume that we must, but I nev- lowing named settler has filed notice of peclally if he has three (daughters who Fia, W. G. ROBNisox, Register.
be cured by er thought of it before. I always order his intention to make final proof in sup- have been to boarding sBchool."--Wash- g1Editor's fee paid.
two quarts and pay for two quarts, will be niade before t-l Cierk f the NOTICE F.'O11 PU]bLI C T.ION. I1:1i p. .n. 12:35p. m. Leave
CHE.NEV. but it never measure more than three Circuit Court at V'.i'noL, Fi;la., On .Jtiin )EI't RTMEN I OF 1 iIII l 'ri.:rlolt. t;:l'.al.m 6:30 Arrive
ascribed in pintS." 20, 1905, viz. BUSIN ESS OPPOR UN ITIES. T3NT-. T O tIn l.' 9,, ''
December, WILBUIN E PITTS, of Nixon, Fla. I.0. O.,.i.IL -a u. -,u., "L . : :50 a.m1 "
EST ONTHE Hd 3000, for the w, o wl o, L =ee. t,. Do IYou Vant to Sell YourII Notice Is hreby ve- that the fol- 7:20 11:59 5 "n
y Public. -2s, r' t. in s Bs.u it e.s ? w C can t'hsllro t l u- in' s-, Ii.wn'1 in uaLIlm d ettlur La filed nolico n 7:-'1 I.nt 1:30 p.m. -'
intBcOWrL aly p nanne I folla in, ,i ness to 1 ontttr where it i,lated. Thi, i betr ir atnLion lo Ia ake lin U pruf in .up ------ -. pI'EN SACOLA
iina MUl p o e his corilinui.>a rt--idence upoi, the ags of spr.'ialilt \W are the only |)ort 'fl I~er ('laii, alnd that said pir',iJr
d and ni- and cultilation of eail latd, ti.: exclu ive bis ,o'.s broke, iu the enu- ill Ibe made before the Clerk ot the No. 2" No. 3,
tnyou a ,-ta e la r m tofhe *., ",,-, iu N ; T -. ... ... .n --a

S Ir Ifyonhaven't a re Ilar,hbealthy inmovement of the t e : e u e hat Ia e \ 'ircuit (' t t rno ,F ., o ,.u l),al Daily.
bowels every day, you're illor will t.,. Keepyou, Dit 1 anud 1. 1. ana t'lNa i e all .f Ni.\O.i. t) otl'-r'. \eV> hTn'itna bu1l and seller to- "', I Viz: 1:51i p.m. 7:00 a m. Lv
bowels open,.audhewoll. Force. in the shape of Fla. \V. (, [ROBINSON, Reg irlet'. rt-'thtl,' itil n iaKe iur,-jli- -i W L l T o i l .)u 7.13
violent physic or pill polisor, is dangerous. Thel q \V lLIA H. ITTS, of Nix"o, Fl,. 12:15 u't
smooonsthest, easiest, most preet way of keeping NOTIE OR UBLIATIN. obt. NI. Enrich o.. IJc., Ud :32707, for the st o of c. ,, tl) 2,, ,'. 12:20 7:16 "
eoasi ipa- the bowels clear and leani, i totak a-. _E IUvB >[A 78 '-N.
CANDY DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. --- 1%- o:na., the folios int witnesses to L -:3'] 7:25
CATHARTIC Laud Ollice at G(inesville. Fla.v I"13'. Ailt Et i (I t i(nsI., prot his onti10ous rIeidocne upoli 2:39 7:28
m May 1. 19Wj. ) and secure for y.vursef a to1td\ income:i aid cultia:tLIon of said lriad, t i: 12-30 7:35
at always Notice is hereby gi\en that the tol- business i t4i,' 1.Id fashi il. timu_.-triedi Robert Nixou, W E. Piit-, J. G D- 2:58 7:39
a certain lowing named -ettleLr hais filed notice of nethou of fettine lneb 'ib on1s monDke.y ti, aud R T. Sangter, all of Nixon, 1:30 a. "n ....
city. No ihis intention to make final proof in sup- wi'll "ti .. rih quiiii heme~ we ar ,, ," ,V. G. ROBINSON, ei.-er. 15 8:15 ":
nduce huin port of his claim, uad that sai.i roof tIE' l nly c.u-.i., bu n;.-s brlkefs If Edit.or's fee aidN. I:20 8:30
_ii '.,.Tn % iill! be main de hetVi.e the Clerk oul the in tie vluiIri aii, ,?iln 1)lu e you 8in aIn ,. 338:38
. ----- '-*1auiiot,.uiit at V.einou, Fla., on Jun; e.-tail!i]i.-,i, ..,.:l-ia hMiUI-, no NOTICE FOR PUBLIC.ATION -- ,,,,. 8:356

innar tnai
0 .... D"

the owner waintsa t get out of town. EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable. P,-.tnt, Taste Goo'd. Do
A Strong Part. ood Never Sicken, Weakenii or Grir: 10), 5 and
Sron -s. cents per box. Writo fur free saLIple, aj book-
Soubrette-Yes. the understudy SaYs let on health. Address 4U3
he used to have a very strong part on Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.
the stage. Comedian-So he did. He KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
used to be a scene shifter aud lift the
mountains and castles.--Chicago News. --- --- -- -
To cold dr'aulghts of air. to keen and L.ti ;EuT M. W.APE, .JR
cutting winds, sudden changes of tern- L M WARE & SON
perature, scanty clothing, undue ex- i
xlposureor thie throat and neck after Dealers In and Agents for the
public speaking arid siirnin', brin, (n n
coughs arid colds. B.ill.ird's Horiehound Sale of
Syrulp is the btst cure. t t
Mrs. A. Barr, Holn-ton, Texa.. writes, R e a 1 s t a t *. e
Jan.31, 1902: "One bottle of B.dlard' Taxes laid i I Ieill.t ('ollected
Horehound Sy'rup cured ine of a very ai
had cough. It is very pleasant to'take." 0for' Noni-lit ill s.
25c., 5o, $i.. Sold at tile l'iTradiun g St. An-liew. FIa.
i'Obt-, St. Andrew, Fla.

"They say thlit lie has a past." sard IU n. K0I. WW bO
llter. Printly. andl l.ere was awe in her
vo "Well." Miss Sp son, "i Barber and H r Dress-
re h.as one he's golug so fast now that B re nd s-
lt %ill never overtake hiku."-Ex- 1.n Parlor
chHine. gParlor,
Free Fit Oommerce Ave. East of Buoy
Pree Fletioit. 0 i6
Mrs. Mugglus-Do you read much fio- Offie.
tion:? Mrs. Buggins-No; I get all the gg'VEvery tiing new, neat alnd
ftiflon I want listening to my hue-: clean aind patrons given the mnust
batid's reasons for coming home late.- courteous a eful atteti
Philadelphia Record.

2 i ], l- -id. oi;: ,: ill
JOHN A. H. MURRAY of t'iuk, Fla.
H .1,] 2Sti for the :' of nej of 2 sL.. 23. tp.
4-, r. 13-,%.
He names lthe ollowiUp gtii~sse to
I'rove i i continumid 1ie-idencui upon
and cilltivation tf said land, viz.:
H. N. Johnoni and J. .1. Fowler of
Cook, Fla., Robert Nix'ou aind >D.
!Murray, of Nixon, Fla.
W. (3. RoBINSON, R-,-cister.

?50,000 ONE
Cus homers t l
c hIpments .
nmadty In plain
nirk-lolndl- STil U i I

n any knh,
(u.' u a Liquidh
R ltl nNorwt t.'nr
!/ V our grand
I | r iper gall .)n
OLDa muft pleA-t
ipand the Pe
x'B of this citt
L- honest wh
Year' 1d,

ts rew and
cept2 of 11
We ship in
-- and Dalcot


t-,ta an a i. 'k-ri ,ant. LLnd ()rti c0 at G.hin ille, Fla. t
,It M .\ ], ] tl.,
t y "1iil, ]'a. Notice is hIereby given that the foi-
-.. ---- lowiing named settler has filed notice of
-* pAg EnR'S I A ill intention to make final proof inl '|-
SHAlI AL.p ., or In't Iof is elairm, and that said ,r-oof
..*' -... .ii will be mtdu before the clerk of the
-7- w.''r 'aI o ''', -io irci. lt cuO.Ourtl at N\'i: 0Ion], Fla. ont] Junlie
ae t -1 . 1, 19US, iz:
,,'/A_. A'o.'" li[3OBERT D. MURRAY.of Nixon. FLi.
_- lid 2.t4-13 'lor LtIe e* of net o" seC. 3, ILp
%-, ,I. l2w.
iHe names the following witne-set, to
-i prtWi his 'ontiiiInous reteideticC upon
FULL QUART and 'u tivationouf said laud, %iz:
lobert Nixon, W. E. i-'itt. It. T.
SSang'ter and J. G. Davis, all ,I Nixo.n.
SFla. W G. IOlBINSON, Regint'"r
FAli O.irlage,,
x Vie Ireinin tiewordsandill and say. We When Major Gi-neral Sir .I Nl-jll Order Whiskey Coueeru In aSouth. Al tb'l McNeill, V. C., wa: badlvy wotindeild i
rtaina 'ikey we ell Is seno.Imn, in thle A.lhnt war. he
ve lore od whi d less i tha irged from the bush :.'!laimin,:.
n inpe.Lr. "casper's 11 Year" Whidskey la In nilgiyrv inl indi'n;Int tones. is if
joIl It's made byhtonest people i bn ile mwintaim of
".,iina, i old-style c",,per Uitl. Ji sit wiedc hy some n.e ilhad deTply insulted him. "lAn
tifnrar. Fim st-rate %.aiskey Is sold fAril. nl I' 96G. 100
.,it IL's ota ny hetterhan r.: rer*d iirr i.." IL it ifernal St:otindifrrI olt (i:-re La:tS UhJt
,t ,r "ie will buyIt ltaek. WebrAvea arfrlil s'ir '"'eV 1'. 7..
ople'NationalBank and the t Saving nk e through the arm.
y will tellyou our word is good. To itroduce this old
iskey, we offer four Full Quarw.*e' "Casper's 1iI
"-two sample bottles, one 15, one g year old-a cork- A Trace
a drinking glass-all for $. 96. $5.90 is sent we A T
t the above and put In free Ole Ith Quart Extra. The counsel for the plaintiff had been
onie of this whiskey only 7 years old.d1 will send live-
torioor wna furnish twenty fdl rt bottles on re- bullying the witness for an hour, when
1n and give tree corkscrews, drinks glasses and sam-
Sthis whiskey cost Iess than. gallon delivered. he finally asked. "Is it true that there
Slain boxes with no marks to indt ate contents, and are traes of insanlt Iin our fml?"
i pr. Buyers West of Tex aasa, Nebrakas o nity in yourfamily?"
S us 'or iuicetspe qar eti. er Htey, answere... tn wins.

t must aS cents per uartext .
Der Blde. W INSTON 14FMN.F ^I

Very likely," answered the witness.
"My grandfather, who was studying
for the ministry, gave It up to become
a lawyer."

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ell Selected Stock of Mercliandlise a.-1;,it>'l t-i
t. Andrews Bay trade.
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ect April 14, 1901
Noi. 8 No. I
e Pensacola, Arr.ve 5:00 a i. 4:00 p.m
Flomiaton, Leave 2:33 a in. 2:30 '
Mobile, 12:_ 0 n'n 1:25 .
New O- lans, '" :00 p.rm. 9:30 a il.

Pcnsaola Arri'
Montgoincay Lmav
Birmingham i '
Louisville "
Cincinnati "
St. Louis

Pensacola. At
Galt .City
Good Range
M illii nl
Crestvi 'iw
Deer Lal,

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SCottond:; lel
Marialn i
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Grand ERi'l-
Sn ead
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No. 1
4:00 p.m.
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r 10:50 p. n1
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Da ly.
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One Address Enough. paid On one s'i"4 Lbit tNli irt -".'.:t *'
The clerk in the express office was the other office it might Ibe twbt thl'.
Ju.At about to toss the package back of prepaid mark would I.e on t.h X ,a;u .
the counter when he noticed that it That would bring the other Li,,r.'..
was addressed on both- sides. "It's up, and, seeing no check iina,.' :., ,
goodl I snw that. Charges might have the receivWng oftlc wouXiu:-rk it
been collected twice," he said. "That's collect and the party to wh<'mu it L: I
funny." remarked the shipper. "I just addressed would pay the second e-.
paid the charges, you know." "Yes," press charges." "And I tho'.--l,. I wi.
responded the clerk, "and I marked it doing something to expedite Inmtter-4
paid, but the second address might in putting the address on both sides,"
have caused them to collect at the commented the shipper.-Ph.l:nd1ilphli.
other end. You see, I checked it off Record.
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AnthorshIp of Ancient Literatuwe.
In the earlieAt examples we possess
of ancient literature we are not allowed
even a glimpse of the Individualities of
their authors. The works themselves,
If they had been prized because of the
wit. ingeuiity. fertile fancy, brilliant
conceit or any other individual pecu-
liarity, mental or teluperamnental, of the
tuen who produced tl.it would have
teen preserved. In onlOi c(tei, aS 1is
. that of the Illa'i and Odyssey. the re-
Puted autborship has begin as obstinate-
ly questioned as tiat; of the- fourth.
FoepPel and s,,T'rui of the eptstles. Ito
the very etItet literatnre the Indi-
Vidual was of no account in the matter
of authorship; he was only the collector
or editor of spontaneous and unwritten
folk song and legend or, If he gave these
their final shape, was only joint author
with his rice.--H. M. Alden in Harper's
Magazine. ,
1 A Traitor..
Ethel (aged tix)--Oh, gracious! She's
$test a horrid person. She's forever
wishing she was a boy.
Minute (also six)-Well, I'm sure I
wish I was too,
Ethel--Of course, but she wishes It
ont loud so the boys can hear her.-
rhiladel5hin PreYs.S


Aleune sending a sketch and description mat
quickly ascertain our opinion free wheltt an
invention is probably psteuf abul. COisiu *'a.
tione ftrictlyonfldiitil. T iib ibook 'n Pat a
sent free. Oldest i .* -. for curingn, patonti
Ptents taken hr'i Mu lit & Co. recci
Walc notie, willboul carve, in tho
Scitific A)iiflrcan.
A handsomely fllnstra;'i wT.okN Largest eir
enlation of an, ',,,,. r 'I. w r, u lm Terms. $3 a
year; four moili.e, 1. .1 by.ill newadealers.
MUNN & Co.3G1 radWay, New York
Brancb Offo. 25 V St. Wa ..iiatin. 1). C.

Two Mas-Eaci $1
S/ 30x50inaches, co directly platted anll,
.-IIrwinig all tihe loro important
builiiinxg-is of great valne In any
olle cn ciiteli latiig |,1r,' ala.i (I"".
i:tly in town. It Covi, j l... iit ti111
nie of coa.-it litie, ext ,,i in- east
Siward fIoinl )lyr's Piira to l;alI enm-
; ratinit ()lid ,Si 't 'lirs' ditli ci,
rispiilling ei-in ilarv i lrauiiil. ['rice
0One Dollar, at the liU (IY Oflice.
A I t
A SE('r 'I N.A\ MA P oLi THi ST.
he ANQi S A rY cIOUN rl{Y,
'Sbow# e laids, disposed of by
tile (,iilcirulfi (,,ninlainy, hiio ,locates
Il|arraOi,, arker, ( 'rnilaiiteoit all
aij'ticantl. ui ry. ''hn |iliat of tlhe
itisis I saiown. lint by tlhe aidl of
pllisa tlie oafl' iiiaao u Ihca:ion oe
any lutrif eaPsily iliterailiaeel. Price
('", ),,llar, a? he lBuiyv (fflio".

any atilire.-s 0i. riheei't of tile price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY lhas made very liberal clIul
iming arrangeielits with it few of the very
lies tpubli'ciotiols in the country a id for
lip prosdent nt asend for a whole ye.ar
T' he BUOr and
Detroit Free Prtess (twice-a-week
and Y H'lr Book)............. 1 7"
The Fla T. U. & Citizeii, daily for $5 85
do Senti weekly,fortl 55
S.i'itilifie American' .... 3 5"
rapmeraaiciFruitGrowec" ... 2 55
Fl&iida Agriculturist ... 2 5:
do cluhiof 5, each ... 2 25
FYarni Journal, Plhilad'a, Tmuilhly 1 10
Ciaciniati EnIquirer twice a week
8 large pages Paich ia e ..... 1 75
Al laut% Constitution 60 ... 1 75
I.Y. World (thrice a wpk)...... 1 70
The Cosmopolitan .............. 1 75
The Orkiterion ................... 1 50
for, ay or either of the above pulilica.-
lions iis connection with the BUOY, ad-
Aros 11 ordwarto tHE BUOY,
St. Audi Is, 'Fla.

Stories of Artemum Ward,
When Artemus Ward's business man-
ager once asked him about his Puri-
tanic origin he replied, "t think we
came from Jerusalem, for my father's
name was Levi, and we had a Mosee
and a Nathan in the family, but my
poor brother's name was Cyrus, so
perhaps that makes us Persians."
When the humorist began his lecture-
he would sometimes describe It by
saying, "One of the features of my
entertainment is that It contains so
many things that don't have anything
to' do with it," and in the middle of
hts lecture he would stop and say:
"Owlig to a slight indisposition, we
wil. now have an intermission of fif-
teen minutes"'
The audience would begin to feel
uncomfortable at the thought of star-
ing at vacancy for that' time, when,
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Capyyi."t. !?04, by T. C. McClure T

'li e bushes at the top of the steep
bani parted, and a girl dashed down
lLe ',inily worn path. landing with a
light spring on the narrow strip of peb-
Ily hoe.cl. Without a breath of hesita-
.ion she seized the prdw of the little
stcel boat, gave a#vigorous push, a
practiced leap and stood poling swiftly
)ver the shallows with one oar. The
ulue line of deep water reached, she
dropped into the seat and rowed with
;oug, strong strokes. Half across the
arm of the lake, that lay between the
mainland and the little island toward
which she was pulling, she rested on
iler oars.
"IIui-mI!" This in a tone of mild
-;urrlpie. "The bloodthirsty pursuer
doesn't seem to be gaining very rapid-
y. Not a sign of him yet. Guess I'll
,ive him a little chance. I've excuse
-n:.- :;h for wanting to remodel myself,
oj) nes, know;;,"
And she raised her arms, bared to
ne elbow arid brown against the white
1 It'er gown, to a mass of tawny hair,
,y. Lewitchingly disheveled from the
-tc (pitousness of her launching.
"I'ni morally certain he saw me, too,"
-:e reflected, braiding the heavy coils
nio a shining rope that more than
--eached the floor of the boat as she sat,
"'for lie caine around the corner of the
piazza just as I crossed the road into
the thicket. I should think he'd want
to say goodby after-after-everything.
But I don't care! I said I'd never
speak to him again, and I shan't!" She
seized the oars and pulled the remain-
ing half mile with vicious, snappy
It would, have been much cooler back
in the evergreens, but she disposed
herself on the open sand with the pil-
lows, book and parasol which formed
part of the boat's furubihlugs. The
bright vsarlet sunshade was thus un-
mistakably visible from the mainland.
The warm ditscoofort of her vigil
was at length rewarded by the output-
ting of a boat with a single white flan-
ueled occupant. The scarlet parasol
swung around and presented a broad-
side view to the water. When the on-
comring boat was half across, the girl.
Lo.r bai'k reraiitonrlv tym

ered up her belouglugs and bet.' her-
self calmly to the friendly shadows a
few yards away.
The novel must have been intensely
interesting, for she had apparently not
taken her eyes from its pages during
all the time that an athletic looking
fellow was beaching a boat, crossing
the sand and throwing himself on the
ground at her feet.
"I came over to say goodby, Bess,"
he volunteered to the back of the book.
No answer.
"And to ask you to forgive me."
Continued silence.
"Won't you forgive me, Bess?" with
quiet earnestness.
Over the top of the book he was
given an instant's burning glance of
scornful eyes.
"Oh, I know you told me never to
speak 1tb) you again, and I don't sup-
pose you'll answer me either. I was a
tool not to get at least your forgiveness
last night, but some way I was too-
too stunned, I guess. But whether
you'll speak to me or not I must have
the privilege of saying a few things
that I want you to know. If-if you'd
Just put the book down and let me
know that you're hearing, Bessl" he
The leaves of the novel only turned
the faster.
"I'm going on the 5 o'clock train," he
said tentatively. "It seemed the only
thlnz to do to make It easier for-for

both of us af.er- ftear--everything.
But probnbIt y31ou he.i-d th.it I am go-
ing. 1 was ;ilily lhink'iini that as
we'll T, resumnily never see each other
again It wouldn't do any harm and
would be so< muci more satisfactory if

you'd just iet me
"Explain!" stp
then bit her lip
He smiled In sp
her anger was
amusing thing to
"Yes, explain,"
ly encouraged.
should want to d
permission" (be
spouse that wa
to tell you that
the happiest sun
thank you for it,
time, Bess! I'ui
you know, since,
uer, and wasn't ,
vacation. But
came asking me
was too daleriol
for the couseque
what it meant.
suggested It ann
She stirred ui
cushion behind
ant from her s
book again, not
a score of page,
"I suppose yN,
It has meanr

o ,l

have beed
of blue I l' she
boughs orerhea
luslneF- .)* very
about -o little.
afte;- I met you
that I was so
'fThe soft end o
near him and he
sently. As lie
could not see IbL-
ed and tWo sl j.l
ing him ste.1l lil

flashed, unaware,
and turned another.

e of himself, though
ur from being An

e continued. evident-
I"Tbe first thing I
if I knew I had your
paused for the re-
not vouchsafed), "is
o far this has been
er of my life and to
've had such a good
forking pretty hard.
ey made me n part-
tending to take any
en yotr aunt's note
)r the house party I
glad to care a rap
s. Because I knew
see-that you bnd
aated me to come."
slly, plumped up a
[r back, snipped an
t. then took up the
umlng to notice that
d fluttered over.
hardly realize what
He was on his
"*'e I,

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e tiny patches
between the green
telit into the
ng and llt ve beten
a.- e.Ic' ilv hai'rd
Ht the pii-r to knoW
ferent from the oth-

the leavy- braid i.y
ell to care-.-,u it uni

tig l. u,_k "e.- l,,eni !
ng I-3us we-e 'eg;l ild

"A d h thea N't a I c.I uel,- y 'Y c-ie ? es
go)d, better th. to te r>-'L, u i?-sL
You gave Ime ti moust tin61 ;at.il i tli
most favors. It-.v',li, I guess it turned
my head, that's ll. And when I camel
upon you uUeI.n't-;ly in the shadowy
hall last night"-
"Don't speak of it again, Arthur
Morton!" she Lried so vehemently that
it brought him tu a sitting posture.
"Everything wais lo ely, and we did
have a good tliao. aui theu you had to
spoil it all by t-trylua! to k-k-kiss me.
I n-never wa.i a -o d-!isg-graced inu my
. life!" lHer voice choked with angry
"Please, Te-ss. I can't bear to have
y.iu cry. Anyway. ns long as we are
having a fil.Il strAihtIening up I'm go-
ing to finish the nasty business. When
I told you last night that I made a mis-
take, thal I th,,ukht it was one of the
housemuids, I tuld you a lie. There.
Now I suppose it LI up for good!"
"A lie: Then you did know? You did
mean-but really, Mr. Morton, you
must excuse me ftom discussing this
disagreeable subject any further. I
said all I had tp say last night." She
rose stiffly and went over to the boat
for the tea things,
All the while that she was rather
blindly laying out her dainty lunch her
most iueunisji .i- heart was singin-g:
"He did! l'n glad! He did! I'm glad!"
But the man sat very still, his face
buried jn his arms.
Then she waited for the boiling of
the water over the spirit lamp with ap-
parent fascination in Its progress.
The man looked up at last.
"Yes, It was a lie," he said misera-
bly. "I knew perfectly well it was
you. It's hardly likely I should mis-
take any one for you, Bess. I was just
loving you very hard, and the moon
was in-the wrong quarter or some-
thing, and my head swam-and then It
was over with. When I said I thought
it was the maid it was just a desperate
attempt to make It easier when I saw
how hurt you were. Above all, Bess,
don't Imagine for an instant that I
ever thought you that kind of girl! I
had a feeling that things were different
with us, that we almost understood
each other-suchi a conceited fool is a
man in love! It tf for seeming to think
so poorly of you that I want to be for-
She turned on him a dazzling smile.
"I forgive you. she said, "and won't
you have a san wich? The water is
nearly boiled."
Promptly he t k-not the sandwich,
but the hand th proffered it, also its
After a percep le lapse of time the
girl said softly: ut I never could if
you'd believed it e housemaid! IWhat
did you expect, r? Is a girl to be
kissed by a mran uio'4ever even said
he loves her and ot say she's angry?
Anyway, you've ssed your train."
"Some day th '11 be another," he
answered comfo bly.

They rowed ba side by side in the
man's boat, tow the other, whose
oars had mysteris- disappeared.
"Queer .abOut oars," reflected
"**1-- dro ed overboard when
I went to get t i basket," said a
very small voice as afraid you'd
start to go."
Here they at ed again, for the
average rowboat- disincilned to move
without some ass nerice.

Conoelt f he Roomfer.
Were it not fothe .Isgusting self
conceit of the ro ers one might en-
joy a poultry sh The rooster is
near to nature's heart. He has not
civilization enough to veneer his opin-
ions with common oliteness and savoir
fire, and his dis sting exhibition of
the art of being offends good taste
and refinement. ow the hen man-
ages to put up wi it is certainly one
of the mysteries of the coop. If six or
eight hens would join a hens' club
modeled after Sop)sis and throw the
rooster down gooe and hard once or
twice, he would sum discover that he
was not the only kernel on the cob.-
Minneapolis Journyi

A SpelIIig Rule.
At a school inspection some of the
boys found a difficulty in the correct
placing of the lettbra "'i" and "e" in
such words as believe, "receive," etc..
when the inspector said blandly, "My
boys, I will give y one I invariably ise myself." The
pupils were all attetion, and even the
master pricked u. his ears. The in-

spector continued: "It is simply this.
Write the and 'e' exactly alike and
put the dot in the middle over them."-
London Telegraph.
Not What Hle Meant.
Mother (to her daughter)-Will you
play that new sonata for the doctor?
Daughter-But, mainnua, the doctor
has had so much sorrow lately- Doc-
tor-But, my dear young lady, to bear
you play will not be pleasure.-Flie-
geude Blatter.
A i ,.u VeitSh HIitd.s.
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fish which remains for days out (if wa
ter and cliubs trees as one of the
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p;'i)jcvt fr,.i Lhe skull tand can be turn-
rd1 n ,-'el'y dir ,-lt:,,i:n; Leu<.-e the Gireek
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the Woman Who Snngato Chopin as
lie Sank to Death.
As the great Chopin lay dying his
soul was ushered out by the song of
the beautiful Countesst li-l1lli'pe Po-
tocka, who had been his dearest confi-
dante and friend. The roman-c of their
frlidhip, one of l ,t sw.-et. 'r 1t iiiS-
tory, Is related l.iv l tti, ] .i.,, in Ii,. i
D[eline.itur. Th.' 1j -t turi. -. ,i,.- iu th. -
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scribed and has l tbu" t1 N',*,' !

Post, St. Andrew, Fla.


Marriage was invented, like Irustee.s,
to save lovers from beggaring them-
selves.-Alfred Austn.
Of all slaveries this sad world knows
there is no slavery so terrible as the
slavery of a sensitive man to a hys-
terical, selfish woman.-T. P. O'Connor.
A popular novel is a compound of
aniu. n'ieut and admonition, and the
uost puiilar are those in 1 v ib clown-
iug is zndwiched .-
George 'Aore.

ros, 1but it is so t.h.iilig :tant oup- '.1;i TLat we-have a k
well rea.i another \:,.; ,iitn it Mr. "tipans that we are not bor% a- <
Kobbe writes: barbarians, that we do not call on :
"Then came what is perhaps thb man by climbing into a window or
most touching scene that has been dropping down a chimney.-G. K. Ches
handed down to us from the lives of terton.
the great composers. When Delphine A woman will self deny herself ofl
entered what was soon to be t! ** tdl,.th the face of the earth to save a few
chamber Chopin's sister Louise and a i'-'e'. which a man will have the goou
few of his most intimate friends were sense to spend ou himself to keep up
gathered there. She took her p!;ace by his etreougth, for work, of course.-
Louise. When the dying man .,*. BSarah Grand.
his eyes and saw her standing .r
foot of his bed, tall, slight. drip'ed in Scoteh Stories.
white, resembling a beautiful angel. It was late In the afternoon when
and mingling her tears wih those of the Scotch minister arrived at the
Louise his lips moved, and those near- farmhouse. The housewife suggested
est him, bending over to catch his that perhaps he would like a cup of tea
words, heard him ask that she would before engaging in "exercises." "Na,
sing. na," said he, "I aye tak' my tea better
"Mastering her emotion by a strong when my work is done. I'll just be
effort of the will, she sang in a voice of gaun on. Ye can thing the pan on and
bell-like purity the canticle to the Vir- leave the door ajar, an' I'll draw to a
gin attributed to Stradella-sang it so close in the prayer when I bear the
devoutly, so thereally, that the dying haam fizzin'."
man, 'artist and lover of the beautiful Another woman of Scotland when
to the vory last,' whispered in ecstasy: asked if she had understood the ser-
'How exquisite! Again, again!' mon to which she had Just been lis-
"Once more she sang, this time a tening replied, "Wad I hae the pro.
psalm by Mareello. It was the haunted gumption?"
hour of tw! l.ht. The d.nslg day draped Mistaken.
the sce iu it mysterious shadows., Jack- I thought that the author of
Those at the bedside had sunk noise- this book was famous for his keen an-
lessly on their knees. Over the mourn- derstauding of women. Jane--Well, do
ful accompaniment of sobs floated the you doubt it? Jack-Of course. He
voice of Delphine like a melody from says that the heroine suffered In at.
heaven." lnce.--Kanuas City Independent.



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