Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 25, 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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Volume ID: VID00210
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St-y. NO. 10.


. S.Senator-1st district, S. R. Ma
lory, Pensaeola; 2d District, J. E
TIalluafero .I Jacsonville.
f e presentatives-1st District S. M
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d Districl
W.'B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Otffie-Kiegister, W. G. Robin
sonl; lteceiver, LI. S. Chubb, Gaines
* State-Governor, N. B.,Broward; Sec
reary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurel
S W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W
H. Ells; Comptroller, A. J. Croom
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission
er of Agriculture, B. E. McIun.
State SenaLor, S. W. Clark, Blounts

Washington County-Representative
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge
3. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Ta
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
SCollins, Vernon; County Commis
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews--Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Enm-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Millville-Postmastar, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
parker-Postmaster and Notary Publi,
W. 1. Parker.
CallawayPostmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
4' u e r,- o et Andrew Allan.
S.- .. ., S. W. Ander-

Vest' Bay-Postin-ster, W. C. Holley.
S. Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Ga y- [ul,:.triss, Mrs. R. Gay.
T ,i --Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Bayhead-Postmaster, 0 C. Tompkins.
Cook--Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun Couuty Cromauton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
Farimdtle-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
tord. "
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. m., arri\ :e every day ex-
c,,it Sund:y at 7:15 p. m.
Iast liay mail fur Ilarrison, Mille,
it': iii'tdl, aii-. \V Ittpl,) leaves Sit.
Audrtle e\ery wmuruJug except Sun-
dyi at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
westt ,it 7 'loclk p. m.
Baptist-Cu urch Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sun.
lay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
SIle odist Episcopal-Church Wasr-
ington ave. and Chestnut st, Sunday
school 9: 30 a. m. every Sunday.
Iev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
*'resbyteriau-Church corner Loraine
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. O. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday,- John Stur-
rock, Supt.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.-

Parker Lodge No. 142
A. E & A. J-MAZ
S Regular Counimuni-
cations on the first
; candl thi rd Saturday

ini each month.
S Visitilig Briotlers
W. H. PARKER, W. Ml.
W. A. EMMONs,Secretarv


Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere In Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Flza.
Notary Public for State at large. Of
flee at Store, corner of Lrtaine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited -and given prompt at-
P physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
Seat of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,

Notary Public for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for uon-residents, specialties.
Pretty Certain.
A well known millionaire was saying
to his confidential clerk one day, "Now
I've arranged those papers for my wife
and children all right, so that if I
"If you die?" interrupted the secre-
tary. "Say when you die; there's no if
about dying."

The Family Meal.
I consider the family meal to be
something much more sacred than
merely an act of satisfying hunger. To
me it is the meeting ground of all fam-
ily joys and all family sympathies.--
Professor Vonf Herkomer.

. N .-

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19 2, at St. Andru ,
Fla., as second clsla matter, under
Act of Congrzss of March 3, 1879.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position andextraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift,"5c per line, first inser-
tion; c each subsequent. Display
; locals double above rates.
If this paragraph is checked with-a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your-
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.


SSttttatt" 00

Branch Presideut-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President General--Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York.
State Presidcnt--Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pas3 it on;
Let it travel down the years,.
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the t eed appears,
Pass it on."

otto-Good Cheer. \
'0olr9 -- ', ;hw aI ,.l \', reI
State color-Deep Orange.
Flower-Coreop is.
Son g-"Scatter Sunshine."

Lift a little! Lift a little;
Neighbors lend a helping hand
To that heavy laden brother,
Who for weakness scarce can stand.
Lilt a little! Lift a little,
Efforts ive one added strength;
That which staggers him at rising
Thou cast hold at arm's fnll length.

Would'st thou a neighbor be where'er
thou art?
Then to the needy show a feeling heart,
And though a stranger he, and help-
less, scan-
No less in him a brother and a man.

But not alone material wants supply,
Give kindness hope and gentle sympa-
When other waits haye amply been
So be not idlers in the vineyard here;
There's work for all, both here and ev-
And angels unawares" we oft may bless
And be to each an added blessedness.

Thus life will not be dreary, meagre,
But filed with deeds that other hearts
make glad;
For greater good, one need not vainly
This is its own reward and luxury.
-C. E. Briags.

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Representative Bryi.a f9f Walhing-
tou county has inutrtted in the
Legislature: Hluuse .1 .l4No. 446: A
bill to be entitled Ap hot.t, ,
section 1 of ChalTtei' I, '
Florida, being an ai'.to aid'~
construction of telegiSj m andl
phone lines and prescri'ygig thio.17 ,J
of procedure for the .xise of-w-
ers of eminent doiino by them
against railroad comp"a a-~~ jight
to construct, inaiuta'in l adi rate
their Lines upon their r .J f
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into its darkness, and it blazed into president of a company was met by

a rich red glow like a royal ruby,
"This stone, the Alexandrite,"
said the chemist, "does not show its
beauty in the daylight, but by the
artificial light of gas or fire it blazes
into glorious color. The Creator
made them different, stones and peo-
ple, Don't think you have seen the
whole of a person in'one light, under
one set of circumstances; sqinetimes
tou 'mAu t wait for *a fspecia l lighl tu
see shine out the noblest beauty ol
the soul." There are persons like the
Alexandrite, and it may be our priv-
ilege to shed the light which reveals
tlem.-California I. S. S.

Today is your day, not the day that is
Tomorrow's a day that is yet to be
Toil earnestly, then, for the hours fly
From the morn.
You have never a minute for idle res-
Nor a second to childishly grieve.
Lay hold, and success crown your toil
wtth delight
In the eve.
Life is brief at the best, and its aim is
not clear,
But spend it so well that whatever
You'l! have naught for repentance and
never a fear
In the end.
4* .
Without disparagement of any of
the other arts, to attain proficiency in
which people make such long and
valiant struggles, it may be trulj
said that the one art of smiling
warms more hearts than all others
put together. Most children--in

The highest luxury of which the fact, all happy children--have an
human mind is sensible is to call unconscious mastery of this beautiful
smiles upon the face of misery.- art, but unfortunately they often lose

Morning Thoughts.
One says, "we can always find
what we are looking for," but in

it as they grow older. Children are
the best judges of smiles in the
world. "Her lips smile," said a child.
speaking of a hard faced woman, "but

sunshine, at least, what we are not she doesn't." A widening of the

looking'for comes to the aid of a sug-
gestion or half formed thought until
the subject matter reaches a point
where selection becomes difficult.
From so many sources have come
thoughts for a paper on helpfulness
in little ways, that if precepts alone
could avail no neighbor would need
to ask,
"What is the measure of the love
we owe to others?" Is it the measure
of what we think is owing to our-
selves? "Love him as thyself," Ob-
serve, if I may use such a word, the
equity of this divine rule. It makes
us the judge of what we ought to do.
It imposes upon us no duty that we
have not already acknowledged for
ourselves.-Dean Stanley.

Let us remember that every joy
given to us belongs to others, too,
and that ever mindful of our Sun-
shine motto, we must "p;aso it along."

mouth in a vain endeavor to look
pleasant is not a smile, It deceives
nobody. A smile, to be worthy of the
name, must come from the heart. It
is the result of an honest willingness
and readiness to be pleased with lit-
tle as well as great things.

The Sagacious Statesman.
"Are you sure you know all about
that subject you are going to make a
speech on?"
"No," answered the sagacious states-
man. "I have put in my time collect-
ing epigrams and anecdotes., The sur-
est way to make an uninteresting
speech is to make a thorough study of
your subject."-Washington Star.

He Was Immune.
"I suspect," said the fair maid who
had talked for fifteen consecutive min-
utes without permitting him to get .
word in edgeways, "you are tired of
hearing me talk."
"Not at all," replied the gallant
young man. "I get shaved at a bar-
ber's and am used to that sort of
thing."--Chicago News.

the reply that the loggers were work-
ing uuder special contract and the
company was not responsible for any
damage they might do.

From the

SAmbas ador''

NO n ivA. M.
SCopr'rght, 1904, u I A.. Davies Ogden
* 4 ; ? @ ?46 -. .' ."->t i 4!-9- $
The big flower flle'd ilrawing room
n a brilliant with aicern.jn sunshine.
Throughb the open window came the
,sound of the trot of horses' feet as
they passed on the broad "Unter den
Linden' Ransome Prentice looked
about him with a sigh of satisfaction.
it was good to be back In Berlin. Then
he smiled at the girl who was handing
him a cup of tea.
"So here I am at last," he said. "And,
now, tell methe news. You left Amer-
ica so suddenly that I had no ebnnce
to come and bid you goodbye. IPw do
you like your elevation to the rank of
ambassador's daughter? And has any-
thing exciting happened thus far? You
see, I had to follow just to hear it all."
The girl hesitated, playing with the
spoons on the dainty tea table.
"There is not much to tell," she an-
swered slowly. "And yet there is one
thing," glancing across at him. "I
think you will be pleased, as it is
largely due to your instrumentality. I
should never have-have known him so
quickly had it not been that, owing to
your old friendship, I already t.s it
he were no stranger when
course you can guess n hom Ib t
is not announced yet, but I a&"
marry Max von Wltzleben." '
The man's cup clattered in Its Ra4Scer.
"You-to marry Max!" he repeated.
Then, "Do you-do you care for him so
much?" he asked.
For a moment Miss Freeman frown-
ed. But it was only Ransome. He
and she had always teased and ques-
tioned and confided in each other. Yet
she paused over the answer.
"I-I do not think that I am the kind
to care very deeply for any one," she
said soberly. "I admire Max. You
have always told me how noble he was;
how brave. And I adore bravery. My
idea of his character is really drawn
largely from your letters."
Prentice's lips twisted into a smile.
"I was an enthusiastic chap in those
days," he commented dryly. "I hope
you ba-e some better foundtion for
ydhr affection than letters wrgn by
a boy in fe university. B i'v .-m
forgetting what was partly d
this afternoon. "Buffalo BIlr'1" 0"
in Berlin tomorrow afteLT
thought perhaps you would
It is only patriotic for the Amerlf a
to turn out. Should you care"- Miss
Freeman nodded.
"I suppose it:twould be the proper
thing to do," she agreed. "I have not
seen 'Buffalo Bill' since I was a child.
They sent father a box, but he does
not care to go, and I had not thought
about it. Suppose you come with us.
I will ask Max, and we can take Frau-
A few minutes later Prentice rose to
take his leave, and it was not until
after his departure that Miss Freeman
remembered that he had forgotten to
congratulate her. For the rest of the
day the girl was decidedly absent-
But the next afternoon, seated in the
box of honor in the big open air arena,
Misq Freeman appeared to have quite
regained her normal spirits, chattering
gayly with both men. Von Witzlh:. in
precise, neat, with parted hair anil
pointed mustache, 'sat on her right, and

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the most eloquent and entrancing of
conversations, and Coleridge, finding
himself both forlorn and destitute in
London, enlisted as a soldier in the
Fifteenth (Elliot's) Life dragoons.
"On his arrival at the quarters of the
regiment," says his friend and biog-
rapher, Mr. Gillman, "the general of
the district inspected the recruits and,
looking hard at Coleridge with a mili-
tary air, inquired, 'What's your name,
sir?' 'Comberbach' (the name he had
assumed. 'What do you come here
for, sir?' as if doubting whether he had
any business there. 'Sir,' said Cole-
ridge, 'for what most persons come-
to be made a soldier.' 'Do you think,'
said the general, 'you can run a French-
man through the body?' 'I do not
know,' replied Coleridge, 'as I have
never tried, but I'll let a Frenchman
run me through the body before I'll
run away.' 'That will do,' said tlW
general, and Coleridge was turned into
the ranks."-English House BeautifuL
Cause and Ekfeet.
Mrs. Dobson-Bridget told me she
saw Mr. and Mrs. Hobson going to
church this morning. I wonder what's
the matter? Mr. Dobson-Why. either
Mr. Hobson has had another attack of
heart trouble or Mrs. Hobson has a
uew hat.

a V
Along the lines of our Sunshine
%oIk their aie mauy helpful, lession
which come to Un through common O
things, if we only cultivate the habit
of observation. Many of us who are
tempted to hasty judgments may have
a different poiut of view after hearing
of the following incident by one who
recently visited a chemist's labora-
"Those are my precious things,"
said thechemist, as, exercising my
privilege of exploring the laboratory,
"I peeped 9ito a small box on whose
blvret "liii4 shone a collection vi
crystals of many colors, some rough
and jagged, embedded in pieces of
stone, and some skillfully cut into
gleaming, polished facets, which
caught and reflected the rays of light,
There weie rich red garnet masses,
dainty columns of tourmaline, tur-
quoises of robin's egg blue, one sap-
phire of clear azure, amethysts, opals
with fiery gleams, sea-green baryls
and other bright mineral fragments,
Among them 1 noticed a small dark
led stone of no special beauty.
"Why do you have this dull red
thing among your pretty gems?" I
"That," said the chemist, "is one
of my greatest treasures;"
1 looked more closely, but saw
nothing attractive in the stone except
Its fine, soft luster.
"cee!" said the chemist, suddenly
turning on the mineral light ofa gas
jet. Instantly fiery gleams flashed

the ballroom."-Houston Post.

Mr. Popinjay-How did you like my
acting at our dramatic entertainment?
Lady Critical-Well, I don't think you
made the most of your opportunities.
Mr. Popinjay-You don't think so, eh?
Lady Critical-No. You had several
opportunities to get off the stage much
sooner than you did!-London Opinion.

The Wrong Answer.
A writer in the Strand Magazine on
"Clerical Humor" tells of the unusual
behavior of a young candidate who,
dismissed on the Episcopal doorstep
with a solemn "God bless you!" hasti-
ly answered, "bon't mention It, my
Fighting Seasickness.
There is one place in a ship where
the voyager may be at rest. This writ-
er discovered it during a mid-Atlantic
storm, when he went down to the bath-
room, tumbled into a warm sea bath
and floated. The vessel was perform-
ing the most amazing antics, but the
water in the bath kept its usual gravi- i
ty, and the bather floated with a smile
upon its bosom.--London Chronicle.

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Which was read its title and referred fr
tee on Hailroads and '

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--Ovitir t!i r:lo inll the Dead-

h'a-:t a .ho 'kingy .wid:.a1 !,, honored if
'lo 'e Ait."ri. bassador's
Iito the gi nrs eyes there .esed cour-
t -s t.lyin. Mi' i't l:;t ,. ine her y o: lai.
-.'hloo a o!:'le had L e- to hr

Ii-e lyr Theo uni.oiiae.l gazed lfn.; in l
irher l l :4il.

"aspeJ, "tye'ore sall theso pe d let: A r.
what a shocking idea! 1 cuuing h t al-
low it."
Into the girl's eyes there came a suen
den gleam. She had not meant to do
this thing. But ever snce gher spo:ot
bamyhood a danre had been to her spirit
l!ke tire to gunpowder. She lifted huer
"Thank you We shall be he e to ac-
cept," she said ttlte man, who still
stood, halt In hand, awaiting her deci
sion. "If you are afraid, pray remain
here," she added defiantly to Vor Wit-
zleben. "Will you come, Ransome?"
"But"- began he. One glance at her
set mouth showed the futility of re-
monstrance. nd wherever se call
hbore would follow, be the consequences
what they might. In silence he let heri
precede him down the steps, Vou Wt-
zleben bringing up a sullen rear. T he
fraulein left behind wept in unheeded
It was not until the coach had fasrl
started that Miss Freeman realized atll
that she had brought upon herself.
From her childhood she had always
de utted firearms. And these pursuing
Indians! But, without flinching, she
bore it all-the crack of rifles, the
smoke which choked eyes and mouth,
the fiendish yells' Then all at once she
became conscious that the coach was
swaying and bumping strangely. A
man sitting opposite her suppressed an

he m uttered. "And this blamed ring
has mighty short corners. You better
lold on tight," he added to the girl, "If
this rickety old thing does freak lose
or turn over," expresNively. Miss I'rve
man felt her heartbeats quicken. Where
was danger then-real dnng er. Freo
throu lox came theme sdrher' voice in fran-
- ',' u;.; i gat.,'.rn i. .. . ,.- ",l; "'.": -.:
frs.'teuady, animals. Miss Freeman
turned toward't e i etzleben."
"Ma," sihe whispered. But the Ger-
man, his face ashy, his eyes fixed and
staring, sat with strained fingers

broke from her parted lipys. Were they
going to die? A strong hand closed
ovhe ers, and, opening her eyes,
through the emoke she saw Ransome,
steady, calm, self controlled.
"We shall pull through all right," he
said. "Don't be frightened, dear." The
girl, conscious only of the word which
had slipped Inadvertently from his lipa,
caught her breath in the sudden shock
of a great revelation. Ransome loved
All at once she comprehended why
it Was that she had hesitated to an
no atce her engagement until Ransome
should learn of it, why it was that she
had judged Von Witzleben from Ran-
some's standpoint rather than her own,
appreciated that it had been the fact
of his ntimacy with Ransome which
had been his chief attraction and how
near she had been to never knowing.
Now at last, in this supreme moment,
she grasped the truth; knew that even
as Ransome loved her, so she loved
him. And wheould evher death or life such a
before them, with that knowledge in
her heart, that touch on her hand, she
was content.
thand then with one strong, mightess
pull from above the horses trembled
down to quiet.
For a day or so the Berlin papers
were rather sharp in their criticism of
the girl who had rendered herself so
conspicuous. No equally well born Ger-
man girl would ever have done such a
thing, they declared. But Mips Free-
man, utterly glad in her nwobtai found
happiness, only smiled in undisturbed

Colerlfie the Soldier.
Subsistence could not be made on the
reading and writing of pamphlets or
the means of livelihood obtained by

The Briton and Washing.
We have come to look upon water as
meant primarily to wash in, as an aid
to ablution rather than a thing of beau-
ty. A etory of a Somersetahlre peas-
ant will illustrate what we mean. The
individual In question had ever seen
the sea until he was taken to Weston-
stiper-Mare on a "choir treat" excur-
sion. Naturally the vicar, the curate
and the rest of the tenors, trebles and
^as--is as soon as the esplanade was
reached gathered around to see how
the first sight of the ocean would strike
the natural man. Will it be believed.
that the words struck from him by the
vieWo of "the unfurrowed deep" lying
in vast expanse before his eyes were.
usea: "If I'd known what her were-
like, I'gjF.ie broiglit ~asu a tlt of
.rwr Y apah good Vqh."' The.iron.
)r..'-ryterlthe soup, hail" entered so
de-eply int his soul that he could only
conceive the sea as a huge washing
place.-London Spectator.

Wagner's Shorn Locks.
Wagner, the composer, at one time
became afflicted with headaches and
determined to have his hair cut. He
accordingly arranged with a barber to
perform the operation on a certain day.
That worthy resolved to make a good
thing of it and informed all his cus-
tomers of Wagner's Impending sacri-
fice. Most of them paid him a certain
sum down in advance to make sure of
a lock of the great musician's hair. To
the barber's horror Mme. Wagner su-
perintended the cutting and when it
was over appropriated the whole of
the coveted locks. The barber, in de-
spaiir, coifessed that he had sold them
-many times over, whereupon madam
suggested that her butcher had hair
very much like Wagner's. And the
story goes that that night half Dres-
deni slept with the butcher's hair un-
der its pillow.

Historic Relic.
The Chesapeake, famous for her en-
counter with the British ship Shan-
non in the war of 1812, is still in ex-
istence. When she was captured by

the British she was taken to England
by her captor, Sir Philip Broke, and
some years later her timbers were
sold. The "purchaser was a miller In
Wiskham, and when he pulled down
his old mill he built a new one from
the timbers of the Chesapeake. Many
of these timbers still have the marks
of the Shannon's grapeshot, and in
some places the shots are still to be
seen deeply Imbedded in the pitch pine.
If the liu'.!er who made this ship
knew that its trimbers wore being used
imnf FLhii v.-ilhc is uxalk:2g Lwu.'y for
a subject of Great Britain there Is no
doubt that he would at least try to rise
from his grave to right the wrong.

A Great Painter's Beginning.
Sir Thomas Lawrence was one of
the great portrait painters in England.
His parents were poor, his father be-
ing a country Innkeeper. One day
Lord Shaftesbury's father and mother
stopped at the inn, having their young-
er son, the future lord, with them. In
conversation the innkeeper spoke of
the genius of his boy in drawing and
wished them to test it by a picture of
their son. They assented, thinking to
gratify a father's pride, but not look-
ing for any evidence of superior talent.
The boy came in modestly, with chalk
and paper, and in a few minutes had
drawn a picture of their son on which ]
the parents looked with wonder. They
recognized the genilu- and the promise i
of future greatness and befriended the t
young artist, giving him the help need-
ed to develop his wonderful gift.

The Valuable Palmyra Palm. a
A Illndoo poem enumerates 800 pur-
poses to which the Palmyra palm alone
is put. Among other things it supplies
paper for writing upon, an intoxicat-
ing drink called "toddy," large quan-
tities of sugar fruit and a vegetable
for the table when the plants are
young. Palm wine is also obtained
from the juice of the sago palm, which
yields excellent sugar candy when boil-
ed. The pith of the trunk forms a
large part of the food of the natives
in many parts of India. Ropes, brush-
es and brooms are manufactured from
the fiber of the leaf stalks.

In Pull Dress.
"Gosh all hemlock!" snorted Uncle
Silas, backing away from the door.
"What is the trouble, sir?" queried
the footman.
"I thought I was gittin' in th' ball-
room, an' I come within one of buttin'
right In thar to th' ladies' dressin'
"That Is not the ladies' dressing
room," reassured the footman. "It is

q 1he C-Anfuslon of Wives.
(O'-,:.i >,!.. I',,. '-xce-i Of wivrt InI
[tab L ,'a- L:u :it ;,.i';, conseCqlue ces.
a vl.ionu one .o I t'.r a1)stles invited a
vsIltSu,g gK1 .iile to d:anor. The guest
Ih,-t the addrel ss andl- I.oiied up the
apostle lu the directory. lie ob4trved
that his hostess, though shbe answered
to the proper name, seemed unprepared
for him, and presently he board her at
the telephone.
U..Ui, IunIa Ia John living at your
41it iis4 wv,'oic Is he expecting
s.,Aolc to ~:e toa di r y?' Very well.
i1 :.;;:.,au v ill be there In a few
Ili :uLtL ," 7
'bhcll ruetirujug to the stranger she
Lh:udeili him a paper lsil,
"You rhte t6 the RUti house, str.
'Ildi is the ad(dLesm ylou.want."
(IB a sh.2-al lyI Kt6'9le! smi
rilniiig; l;i'Fo tlie Pltilor while a vlltor
was c(;llng.
".! .mniia, mamma! Papa wants is
sutt .'so iaelned. lie is going to live
with Aunt Emma this week."-Leslle'S

Meats and Digestion.
Of all known meats veal Is the hard-
est to digest, requiring five hours anid
tilirty minutes. The Italians are a
happy people. They are healthy and
hopeful. Their favorite meat is veal.
Veal in the New York markets must
weigh exactly 120 pounds to the car-
cass to be perfect. That Is the stand-
ard of quality and price. All sorts of
tricks are resorted to to hit the mark
precisely. Tihe question is, V What Is
best for the humma race, food that ro-
quilres a long time to dlg.-t or a short
time? Roast beef is digested In three
hoqrs. We Americans are great eat-
ers of pork, which is nearly an hard to
digest as veal, requiring five hours
and lfi:',~': minutes. We are a nation
of dyspeptic:i, rove llng in fresh bread.
which takes three hours and fifteen
minutes. China and Japan lve O6
rice, which diges-ts In one hour.-Ne*ll
York Press.

Gastric and Nervous Vertiao,
The most common forms of vertigo
are the gastric and the nervous. (faS-
tric vertigo is somethnes in-iili.-d by a
very slight di'iurder of tlie stomach.
The patient may feel a sudden swim-
:Iintg it the Lhed; objects may seem to
revolve; he tatters and perhaps falls.
Thvre may tb unu-ea, faintness, head-
ache, visual hallucinations and buzz-
ing In the ears, lbIot there is no dent-
ness nor any dnnrgor of a loss of con-
seiou..mne-s:. t:a.-trijc vertlgj is cured
by tireatrieni t dlrcnted to the cause.
:,- .*.:-. \'- utic ; mua .' o ne front
ntir\o.us exhaustion resulting from va-
ri.'1s can'oes--intellec.tual strain or an
ilimo Ic.tinto use of tobacco, alcohol or
tea. '1 hle -ymptoums nre much the same
as In .-trtic vertigo. They are felt
strongly in an elevnled positlon-by
the preacher in the pulpit or the speak-
er on the platform. As in gastric Ver-
tigo, the treatment must be directed
to the cause. But patients need not
fear an attack of paralysis or of apo-

A person is always startled when te
hears himself seriously called old for
the first time.-O. W. Holme.s

Growing Aches and Pains.
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Texas.
writes, April 15, 1902: "1 have, used
Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family
'or three years. I would not be without
t in the house. I have used iton my lit-
tle girl for growing aches and pains and
aches in her knees. It uurod her right
away. I have also used it for frost-bit-
ten feet with good success. It is the
best liniment I ever used." 25c, 50o
and $1.00. Sold at the Trading Post, Sr
Andrew, Fla.

J-iv to Ilely the Detd Lady.
The followvin:- unte of excuse was re-
ci're-cd by a New York city teacher one
TDear Te:acher--rie;so excuse Emnma for
havingg bcen absent yer'Ut(rday, as I had to
t''.!e l:eor with me to help an old lady who
aftd and had no one to do her work.
All Settled.
"You're wasting a lot of time and
mloney trying to capture that widow."
"Why? Don't you think she'll marry,
"Sure. She told me the night she met
y-u that she wnas going to."

,y ,, -^----

The Buoy has not been made fa-
miliar with the text of Mr. Br3)an'i
bill; but it is evidently a move in the
right direction, The Buoy would
mort respectfully suggest, however,
that if his bill does not, already, it
should go farther and protect tele-
phone and telegraph lines from de-
struction or damage by sawmill men,
lumber men or their agents or those
working in any capacity under such
organizations and preventing all
such principals from shirking such
damages on the plea that their chop-
pers are working under individual
contracts which releases them from
responsibility in the premises.
The publisher of this paper knows
by sad experience that, the telephone
lines in Washington county have
suffered more from trees being felled
across the wires than from all other
causes combined and an appeal to the

Tor Your Protection
we place this label on every
package of Scott's Emulsion.
The man withafishon his back
is our trade-mark, and it is a
guarantee that Scott's Emul-
sion will do all that is claimed
for It. Nothing better for lung,
throat or bronchial troubles In
infant or adult." Scot t.' E'mul-
sion is one of the grtn: test Ilslslh-
builders known to Ih e imelical
We'll send you a sample~ free.
r.ITT g& BOWNE. rr"t

v ^.

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NfoT.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow"
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must he
c argcd tothe elements; they do the best
they can.

The schr. Lucy I. sailed for Pen-
aacola, Thursday, where she was to
take on a load of coal for the Inmber
company t C;arrabello.
SThe schr. Cleopatra a rived from
Pensacla at noon, last.Sunday.
Thesir. Tarpon arrived froim nr-
rabelle and Apalathieola at 1 o'clock
p. m. on Friday, last. and from the
west at 11:45 a. n. yesterday.)


W. F. WOODrr: -:'.-' PioPniTr<(
Fitted in splendid condition to take e:
cursiona or t Issringers to any point o:
tlie Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protect(
in the event of bad weather. Terms rea
enable. Also,
B A it E1 E M A;
Capacity 10,0(0 feet of Lumier will Fer
between Farmdale and Allnton, on EaI
Bay and will deliver freight of every d
scription, including live stock to a
point on St. Andrews Bay. For partici
lirs, itddress V'. F. WOODFORD, Fan
dale, Fla.
Makes regular tiiTis between St. A
crews Bay and Pensacola. Good passe
ger accommodations and special atte
tiou paid to handling and cariyiligfreit
it reasonable rales. For particulars a
dress, CArr. S. W. ANDERSOV,
SAnder-on, Fla
tLavvs St. AndiLrws IHa every 'Tuesd
leaves Pensacola every Frid
weatiher pelntliting). Special all
tion will le given to receiving a
forwmardiig freight for narliesliving.
Eist and North Hlay, passengerss
poinllHon either arim of the Bay c
depedi upon securing prompt tira
I'11 i:l ioi a Al rea:'onalile rates. I
l1r1thel r iiitrii)ation apply to
L. M. WII,. Ag t

L A U It A.
a'i nlt Ihe t' .irl l'.,i ~ M il I etween i
Al ~r -> ii Hi, \\ 'lapjo ui.,d internie
It piiiiiuts. le ve lv S. Amillimous da
i, x 'l Su i l. iv ai l (i:lill i nl .; ir i've
i\'e ilpf) l o f .:1- 0 p. rn.p ; I i W eitlp
at 1 :001) Ii.: :irri'te- .o i, .1 i iil ews,
;:30 p. In. ,Mak,.' I, idlhid 'vgullarl\
H ill nii tioiiiOanoi iu I'ar'ker, Pili
hnirg, niiIl i nidn.ile. Freight landed
1111 pul.uolice wharf. For passenger n
I'eighil ral:-r, see rate card in lie so
emil lpo lri t. ""e
'' Fi. WITamr.I., A., anage.r

A \V lck' i I' It{lier.
nhi focllovini 'table tives the nma:
munum, mininnmum and mean temperl
tures, the rainfall alnd direction of t
wind, for the twenty-four hours cndi
tt 7 o'clock Ip In., as lindici.tcd by U.
ov\ernmiiient self-rogistering thlerhioi
OteI'rs. Max :Min. Mean. It'n. W
May.. 17 83 57 70 .CC
'" 4 54 069 .00
1 -88 59 74 .00
S 2 88 6 75 .00 s
21 86 62 74 .00
2 85 6(i 76 .13
23 86 10 78 '.:'5 s
I.io wuuk. -86 1 61 78 1 38 1

"W s ht1:: '"'. imputo f io-'ght t
1'' 1. i r!! l } t wi ('-.)e iu C'.:ciou,]y i
11at. '1onii them as *, .--.-fu. this pov
cr," wvrit,' .. :'in Bunrrov'hs in Ha:r
r'''s .Mai;;'-o. '"Tihus the dog seem
j think ar.l,'ut his dllnne when promp
d .i! y ,n.I; , or about his jome and hi
a" ts:te" wli(,n' s-e- :in'.ted from them. Th
Mlrd. s"e-ms t:, think about its mate, it
lest, its yotug. its enemies. The fo:
rIetnl to think about the hound that
lihur- b'lyinw uipon0 Iis track and tried
'to elude it; the benver seems to thin'
bout its daim, the muskrat about it:
1lOinei in tlie fall, the woodpecker abon
,the cell In the dozy limb which it wil
n(el as a lodgingg place In the winter-
that I, all these cre'tulres act as if
t!''y lithanht. VWe know that undei
imnl.rer c,'ditit-n- 'we thtnk, and there
fu'-p we "i!rputo tlhmirhl.it to them. But
of m:ilntal Images, concepts, processes
nIilf our own. they probably have none.
Ihnnte or inherted inmpnlse,.wbich we
cnll Instinct, and outward stimuli ex:
pla,!n Lum.it of the actions of the ani-
I ls. ."

A Positive Necessity,
Having_ to'lay upon my bed for 14
days from a sevrL.>ely bruised leg, I onl0
found relief when. I used a bot lo oi
B-illard's Snow Liniimn'uit. I can cheer-
fully reounniomend it as tlie best med.
.in .ir, h burns ever sent to the afflicted.
It lhu. now become a positive necessity
apon imy.-elf.--r. RI. Bvrnes, Merchant,
Doversvilln, T'.xas. 25c. 50c, $100.
Sold at the Trading Post, St. Andrew,
-- O*------
A very e'l.y qulrvalc.nt of s!miladr
:Tin i rn':]d pur, se to the tal!; ho with
"* .clh a Ln:jl man now cheers on his
foin-,T. i:p -.1i" inl a quaint old song
printed in 17.:)2 ca!:ed "The Death of

r: :-!. luthe ox," by Sir William
To ng::
kioe cIcld!! fo,'nr' the cover
-. Tr hot fol hhiml ta stay,
.:, iu."i 'SNi (i Caliet spfed him
:teali..- jicra.Oi the way.
S "Trnl" ."'*I'}" t+'-n CI]!'.t cri^d
.' I nve *a : hb -t 'srirlll.
et t .j".'l hu): brush us who should
"Coig ki...'-s iw, 1, ,ou v.wli!"
F: ,i(. lio ,ve\u.r, ( rive thie eiy when
-fotx bI'ettks v'i ,! frmil "t',ilis' hors, '
Ml i :v:-:l ti or o 'oiit of the coppice."-
LuJoii Ijll'.?.


-Rev. C. L. Joyner will conduct re-
ligiois servieesin the Baptist church
next Sunday morning and evening at
which everybo-y is invited.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm.
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10 each, at the Buoy
-For honest values in all grades of
goods suitable.to the St. Andrews Bay
trade, W. H. Parker & Co., of Parker,
Fla., challenge competition and are pre-
pared to stand by the verdict of their
-While a bilious attack is decidedly
unpleasant it is quickly over when
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets are used For sale by L. M. Ware,
St. Andrew and Bayhead, and all med-
icine dealers.
-Yo never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found elso.
whete on this page.
--Wizardt llk Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts u Put up eight Tablets iA a
box. Oneox makes teiincseaspk'"
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
oith'er St. Andrews Blu f,. orBuena V iata
Point, at8c. per dozen; also map :)! the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. -per dozen, at tihe
BUOY ofl ce
-Capt. Anderson is reported to have
sold his schooner Lucy H. to the
Messrs. Vickers-Sale Turpentine Com-
pany, and these gentlemen propose to
equip her in the near future with pow.
erful engine and otherwise improve
the vessel for handling their extensive
naval-stores freight.
-Messrs. R. L. McKenzie and L. C.
Gay are purchasing from A. T. Brock, a
tract of land at Land's End, near the
Pass, upon which they will erect a pa
viilion for dancing and other enter-
tainments and suitable booths for the
convenience of bathers and will run a
regular series of excursions on their el-
gant launch, Monarch, and good music
will be provided for the benefit of prs-
songers, both while in transit and while
Ssojourning at the atounds,
-About twenty-eight people made up
an excursion to the Gulf last Saturday.
Sand all report having had the most en-
joyable time imaginable. Two boats
were chartered for service-Mr. Mal-
loch's launch, Myrtle, and Captains
Merrimt & Haight's schooner, Deceiver
Messrs. L. M. Ware, jr. and R. W. Will-
cox went ahead and, with cast-nets
caught enough of -fish and to spare to
feed them all, and with the baskets
loaded with good things a fish-f.'y aiid
feast was spread that would be the env.
of an epicure. A feature of the day
was the surf-bath engaged in by eight
een or twenty at one time; then there
were other amusement, such as always
present themselves on such occasions
and the day will long be remembered
as a crowning special event in the live
of the participants, who are planning to
repeat it in the course of two or three
weeks. *

g -An Uumerite(l Distlincton.
S-Our esteemed winter visitor, Mr. J.
. S. Stiles, of Chicago, Ills., has served
Official notice upon our worthy towns-
v men, Messrs. J. M. Wills and George
' Ray, to deliver over to the ecitorof tl e
SBuoy, "All goods, papers and chattels
s now in their possession and used by
s them in their olficial capacity as 'l'n-
v tertainers of Tenderfeet,' etc." And a
like notice of appointment has been
served upon said editor to at once as-
sume the duties of the deposed gentle -
Smen in that capacity- because of his
simple paragraph in the Buoy of May
11, as a note to Mr. Stiles' interesting
letter. Now, while the editor feels
most highly flattered at this distinction
he must most respectfully decline the
honor, because of the gross injustice he
would be condoning against the deposed
gentlemen. Mr. Wills h s been the
honored president of the St. Andrew
Sons of Rest and the champion enter-
tainer for many years, and Mr. Ray's
known integrity and unquestioned rep-
utation for truth aid veracity entitle
him to a seat upon the n.ost elevated
portion of the dais at the right hand of
the president; while the Buoy editor's
highest ambition is to be recognized as
a trutltul chronicler of events bearing
upon the welfare of the St. Andrews
Bay country, and as an educator, rather
than an "entertainer" in that capacity.
And he fondly hopes that he may yet
beoabie to so record his thoughts that
every one can distinguish between lish
caught with hook and line and those
secured with the coin of the realm from
the professional fishermen disposing of
'bteir hauis on the St. Andrew wharves.
Meantime, the joke being upon Brother
Stiles, we will take ours in a milk
SHAKE, flavored with Limberger.

0nao n:al's Idea of n Joke. ..-
"Tlhs artificial limb bus'nes I s get-
ting to be something wonderful," said
a Cleveland man. "When a man c;an
wlg-g!e t.e fingers cf an artifi::a] han "
it'Is-uBcanny. Practical jokes of terri-
ble effe.,-t are possible with the artilicia:
limb. m.n ther-vic'im is such in the t1rue
ei:oe, 'of ti n; word. 1 saw a manjl in
Denver clout tl'hre weeks ago w',L;
w-alked up v, the hotel cl.r;k and in a
friendly way rcachld ncr2c.: the co ter to khuke hands. T'iiei he whieleri
,\way and eilt his hana :hi i!e ;'g:ij u;
zh.c cIork. The clerk fati-nt,(I-- ictut.ily
fainted, although he realized, I 1:c;i&- ,.
ihat Ihe hand he held wIas but au ;tri-
rcleal one. The man who wore it had
do;-ised a scheme by which he miighit
lh-row it off by resslng a spring. The
I('elight hel ,ok in the joke ccssed when
tie victim coiiepsed."-Milwaukee Son-
itl el.

- e --

of the Homeric age and caught,the
1 idea of obtaining light from porous
S/c:- '-.. fiber soaked In animal or vegetable
.^ oils. Lamps of brass, bronze and stone
have been found in the pyramids and
In ancient Indian temples; and com-
S. -n mon terra cotta ones were In general
use for domestic purposes in Greece in
the fourth century B. C. The earliest
candles we hear of were those of the
ancient Romans made of rushes coated
with fat or wax.

SHorses In Bttle.
horses show remarkable
1- llS a s M cllne-i battle. It is said that when
o : .of his breed finds himself
Their Wonderful Effect /. ed and knows instinctively that
i l ,ill not be able to carry his rider
on the Liver, Stomach, much longer he quickly retires, bear-
Bowels, IYidneys ing his master to a place of safety
while he has yet sufficient strength.
and Blood. But if. on the other hand, the rider is
Lemons are largely used by The wounded and falls to the ground, tihe
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in faithful animal remains beside him, un-
compoundingtheirLemon Elixir, mindful of danger, neighing until
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and assistance is brought.
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi- A Creepin i D)eath.
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Blood Poison creeps up towards the
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite, Belle Plaine, Minn., writes that a friend
Fevers, Chills, Blotchcs, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in -dreadfully injured his hand, which
the Chest or Back, and all other dis- swelled up like blood poisoning. Buck-
eases caused by a disordered liver len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
and kidneys, the iest Great healed the wound and saved bis life.
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg- Best in he wgrld for burns and sores,
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir -, A.A. H. rae's.
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of lylgae T-alr uu a
possible harm to them in any condi- e. 'le tara uula sometimes
tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc '' ,'i inches square, but
and g$.oo per bottle at itlfy tour or five inches. A
AL TO t Ifr hbar covers the surface
ALL DRUG STORES of i, g:,re,'t rplir-. It is supplied with
Ssix long, LbUIy IP, en4 d two dangerous
"One Dose Convinces." pedipalps, or strikir.-, each armed with
an .sharnm tin arl nosann E sac The

1e0lt 1 u1 i Bee.d
It Is a foolih notion to suppose that
r .t ,'; or )'eli3 or "tagin "' of (tin
c .i.v wic culilee a swlarm o bees to set-
te. 'ime Iral origin of this custom
tcd oaick o the reigt n of Alfred the
(cat, 'ho, it order to prevent di3-
I;i"('- re.4";)aruin the own-crslhi' of a
s .vni, ordered that the owner should
a ;s ring a bell when l i bees
award, and evcr since fhen the g
f2 .uer's wife hIs beall rushing out
with rninfu bos 'ihclovcr the bees
sw.,ri;Rd, and lhe fact that they set-
tled verilid; in her own IlinIu, the be-
lief that the bell did it.
Are You Using Allen's 'Fot Ease?
SLake into your shpes Allen's Foot-
Ease, a powder. It cures corns, bun
inns, .inul,!in l si-narr irLr, hot, swollen
feet. At all d?'i'ist~ alnd sil(h i- rc ,.
2 e, ,

II'-. .."'t"U I""-L li
strikers are frequently mistakenn .for
two I **'.1 legs, anid from this arises the
idea tlat the creature lhas stings on its
feet. Two powerful projections, re-
semabling jaws, Ipr ,ii-lde from the head.
Tl'lor each of tlu.1, is a curved poison
if -i' rIlil, r to a cat's claw, but longer
(exactly like "th-.,.-1 of a rattlesnake),
which may be lifted, extended and
lO> *.-d ilnto r.e \'.tiiii. A person thus
stung or bitten must cut the tarantula
away at once, frl'. the spider does not
seem wiliing to unhook its fangs.

'the Wo.'-l Turnied.
"DIo you sha- y, ,::-i.lit all the tifne?
RLel the b'trber.
"No. I stup occasionally for meals,"
Slid .i ..', ..: sav'agclly.

N.-'xt t:) excllence Is the aptprecla
t -j of it .-- Tha'iLke.ay.

ORGAN PRESENTATION. i rev n reeler.
Tlhe needlif the St. Andrew Ilres- The Couut--!'i.l be:- falier a'qui:-
bvterian church lor a better organ his mll,-, u h !y? Miss Bhe did t Isr
., If le did not I
than they poub.w.'", has long been supposeyou would not marry her? Th felt by the society., but in the desti- Count-Not at all. If he acquired i;
disbonestly he would p'ohbably be to-
tute condition "of the church exche- honestly ge w:an po itbly b-Ne-to
quer, the purchase of one 'has been York' Tim..
out of the question; but in their need,
His Argument.
a good Samaritan in the person of *.Mrs .Jones-You ought to be ashamed
Mrs. E. 8. Smith of Crolnanton has of yourself not to go to work. The
come to the rescue and donated the Tratmp--'Madam, if nature has fitted
me-to get along without work why
fine instrument which t wa l the tpiop- should I struggle against my manifest
erty of her beloved deceased svu. destiny?
Tho members of the society in Iow to Warl Olf i0,1 Age.
grateful appreciation of the "gjJl--lost suecctsflul way of warding off
gift, foi Unilated aid tpa-,ed apprppaech of old age is to maintain a
iuwing preamble and reaolutio 'j.o.orou9 digestiun, This can be done 1.y
WVHlEREAS, 'e, the Itrbll~ 'ting only food eFuted to your age and
church at St. Adrew, Forid, ipation, and vbn any disorder of the
0l1nr10 at St. 4nlrew, Flori 1tai, f -ole

so Imuch in need of a eiich organl. omach 5Iears Inlke a dose of Chamber-
and this need has been so beautifully lain's Stoiaelh and Liver tabletss to cor-
met by Mis. Elizabeth lniitli,. who rect it. If you have a weak stomach, or
has given us a nemoliai of iher music- are troubled with iudigestion, you will
loving sln, and as a manifestation of find these Tablets to be just what you
her love to the ciiurch, the hlandiiome, need. For sale by L. M,Ware, St. An-
swet- nw drew an tBa'head and all medicine deal-
sweet-tonted instiurumit which now s
adorns our church and, plays anll ii
portant.part in each of its services; s" vce's" 1' 1' "tefast.
theie 'ti. i il,> it *" ,.- l ,- ,. I.,- i 't what it
SheL1.,, ,.I -si That as a congre- n (d to be. Sisson-You're right there.
Iwr i t--I, o -Since the kitcheu stove has been sup-
gatlon, we extend to Mrs. tbmtl our planted by a gas range there's no such
heartiest, most sincere thanks for this thing as lying in bed in the morning,
s ,l.'nd;d gift. soothed by the sweet thought that your
1ESOLVED-2d1, 'Tat, since all good wife Is at work building the fire.-Bos-
things come from God, "who is mu- ton Transcript.
jic even as lie is love," our hearts
shall go up to Ilim in deepest gIati- Over-Work Weakens
tude for such generosity upon earth, Your Kidneys.
and in the supplication that, as the
sweet melodies of praise and thanks- Unhealthi Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
giving are wafted upon the breezes to
ivin re wafted uo the breezes to All the blood in your body passes through
the eternal realm of song and praise, your kidneys once every three minutes.
itL echoes may be continually coming The kidneys are your
back to the heart of her who gave blood purifiers, they fil-
the gift, and fill it with that peace ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
andj joy that )paseth all understand- If they are sick or out
ing. of order, they fail to do
RESO LVED-3d, That a copy ot of / their work.
Pains, achesandrheu-
these resolutions be spread upon tile matism come from ex-
u' iliu.tes of u church session; also. cess of uric acid in the
that a copy of the same be mailed to --blood, due to neglected
the donor,- Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, kidney trouble.
C1o nt n For, i Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
Cromnuanton, 1 orilda. heart beats, and makes one feel as though
ElRspcct(ully submitted. they had heart trouble, because the heart is
Laura R.. Mitchell, over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
Lau:a 3. Sturrock, poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
SIt used to be considered that only urinary
Committee, troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
Ormond C. Dolphy, Pastor, but now modern science proves that nearly
John Sturrock, Elder, all constitutional diseases have their begin-
W. Mitchell, Elder. ning in kidney trouble.
Pst, DeaotIf you are sick you can make no mistake
M. br. Post, DeaconI. :;y first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
Mrs. J. T. G waltney, .nd the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Organist. Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
;oon realized. Itstands the highest for its
A Good Sggestion wonderful cures of thg most distressing cases
nd d is sold on its merits
s Mr. C. B. Wainwoight of Lemon City, 3y all druggists in fifty- I-
Fla., has written the manufacturers thit 0ent and one-dollar - '
Smu(h better results are obtained from You may have a .w-o
armpoia bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
, the use of Chambcrlai,'s Colic, Cholera ro, aso pamphlet teliihg you how to find
o anl Diarlrhoea Remedy in cases of pains -:- if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
s in the stoifach, colic and chol -tua.rbl L ._Ir- -, r when writing Dr. Kilmer
.I. , T- .. r. n. N Y .
Iby taking it in water as hot as can be
ank Dut wn ta in ts w e on't make cnv mistake, but remem-
drank.. 'l'nit when taken in his way the ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
effect is double in rapidity. "It seems to mer's Swamp.Roit, and the address,
get at the right spot instantly," he says. Binrhamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
SFor sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew ald -
s Bavhead and al medicine dealers. Lamps gead before Candlee.
a Lamps were used before candles.
They date back almost as far as his-
Somaeting di,'Jut r;1 G:)0 ].
"Y:'.ing tman," a.l. the giris f- tory goes andI were common inf ancient
thor, 'have you any vs;ble eaus of Ec-ypt. China, Assyria, Greece and
support Rome. Lamp, from the Greek lamnp:;,
"Whyn-aw-none thnt are visible to a torch, and candle, from kandeel, the
the naked eye," replied the young Eoiptian word for a common hain,
mani hesitatingly. "I am one of the o Miinally meant the same thling,a nd
the Mosaic candlestick held oil lamps,
microbe specialists of the health de-
pnrtment."--Chicago Tribune. not candles, as we now use the word.
menMaago tribune. n early improved on the torches

See your Drugraise or General Mer-
chant or writo The Walker Company,
71 South Pryor st., Atla-ta, Ga.

Unfurnisned Rooms
Apply at the Buoy Office.

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t, ei" c I l l.CI d- 1.9 i ,rIW ,-7.". ,, 1l
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$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 ts.
MAlNEAGE. 47 \. 2TH S'i, NEW YOBz,

Pensaco St. indrew Gulf

'""..."'' lBonors x s.r
People who were present smiled at
the little passage of arms which took
place between two young Jadies at a
luncheon recently. One of them, a
bride, shaking hands in her character-
Istically cordial way, said to the oth-
ar: "i'm so glad to meet you! You
have afforded me so very much amuse-
uent just lately."
"Amusemenit?" e'aid tl e other.
"Oh, yes," went on the bridal. I've
been through my hu-lba'nd' r (k an
have read all his old love lott.' .. I
found several ve!ly >cff;-ti .,i'd< e-';
from you, and I jo"ed IC rea-)Jis th
really ever so inmu!c."
"''m l ro g'Cld yoiu en:j'..od th-.i m," re

i80o 'y soon)i. I0t'7' i ii , i
ha l e 2hs' a;)swer t4 ;1.l h-",' icittor-
tr1 .t o ," ':t i t i '_ ;nI 'D
w o1l. M r. .' -. .. '

U nI. I kLo' you')l m i ;'-' a
i'"2r S' L.UixlI L;O3 1: t' .: aI you ui

"Vvhi' (dos tl:lt Ci.;'!ocup'1ln say so
ua:y inrore clever things than the rcsi
of us?"'
"IHe is shrewd enough to plck out the
brightest reporters to interview him."
-Washington Star.
WVlihy Suffer front Rlenmnatism?
Why suffer from rheumatism when one
application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
will relieve the pain? The quick relief
which this liniment afforJs makes resi
and sleep possible, and that alone is,
worth many times its cost. Many whol
haiv used i" hoping only for a short re-
lief from suffering have beer, happily sur-
prised to find that after awh:le the relief
bIecame permanent. Mrs.. H. Leggett
of Yum Yum, Tennessee, U. S. A writes:
'I am a great sufferer from ;iheuimati.in,
all over from head to foot. and Chaniler-
lain's Pain Balm is the only thinigthiat
will relieve the pain." For sale lby L. M.
Ware, St. Aidrew and Bavlhead and all
medicine dealers.

The First Friction Mntches.
The first really practicable frie",rc.
matches were n.ade by an .Enii b;
apothecary named Wilker" in !927. IT,
coated spiats of carLboard, witti sul
phur and tipped them with ;a uixiure
of saulphbae of a'ii'!),;,y, c(bhh'iL o1
potaxsh .and gin. E;.*-h lox, hol,,IL'
eighty-four m ;:c;;(-i ad suid for' a
shuili; -, co:ai;T' :1l ai fa .led p'!.'e
of glass paper, vhkic, ws to be -prescd
tog''-'.'-1r wbi;e tih' in,,tch "'-a dawn
fLhrorg i Th. years i.'ro"r r':{1h".'i'
ii'onious per'i ;so net .Joies ij : L .i
d0c patricted i', e of l;ak'ig a
snfi'l roll of ~'ai.; ', cai l \'ih ch' t
ratii of p, ;L, S ii .~.r af oe (e.d,
s rou' :-ii ;>i.;: a. : oi 1 Lt. ; 'd at 1; '
strong e: as if nJJ but:d at te
:ain," pi ;);.. .\'lPet in a anulp itric a'-;d
vwas- lit.or tti y p;, iichim;g- tlhe glo)bi.ti;e
it acted, uriil tlh.e chl'orate of pota.sh
and stugar is ;, s i-n i) )r iv. e fire.

Saved! ly Dy)vnamiitoe.
S i, i n rite, a l;i, ini;c city gis'saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can't
cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
long,you feel as if nothing but dynamite
would care it. Z, T. Gray, of Calhoun,
Ga., writes: "My ,wife,had a very aggora-
vated cough, which kept her awake
nights. Two physicians could not help
hor; s-o she took Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which eas-ed her coughl, gave her
sleep and finally cured her." Strictly
scientific -cure for bronchitis and la
grippe at A. H. Brake's store, price 50c
and $1; -garanuteed. Trial bottle free.

Coined In Bedlam.
The phrase "to sham Abraham" was
coined in Bedlam, or Bethlehem hospi-
tal, where there was at one time an
Abraham ward, the inmates of which
upon certain days were permitted to
go out as licensed beggars on behalf
of the hospital. These mendicant lu-
natics were known as "Abraham men,"
and their success in invoking the pity
of the charitable was such that they
had manny unlicensed imitators, who,
when discovered, were said "to have
shammed Abraham."

.F.G=; i'-l -O l "i : h at ee-:i e .

Two young c"r''.s 'hor;'e pef:, r suits.
New xMan (..m.; :j ."'.. .i w.diiting on
a i,'lli.h < 'a '.. ve ':o and a] tt cild
t. o the Icr,-. T.boCO mlliion!i.res do't
Luy inw '(cl';?:'. on.oe ilu 'ivo years.
A clerk i. good. for a t'r~ih siu;t every
ti'P"c m:'l's."--Nrew Yo:'k ':V;'okly.


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Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. in.
Thursday, 9:00 a. nm.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:(O p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. mn.
Friday. 10:00 a. m.

Penbacola to St Andrew and Miliviile, $5.00.
SPIensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabclle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
SPensaaola to Mobile. $2.50.


iesday, 8:00 a. m
nesday,(10:00 a. m
sday, 6:00 a. m.
day, 12:00 noo,.
my, 6:00 a. m.

day, 2:00,a.m.
iday, 4:00 a. n.
ida ', 11:-41 p. n .

The aboye rates include meals and berths. W. .G BARROW.

A ..H A E ,

General r i and i s e !


COMM'04Rd Stoves

Sewing Machines avid Needle!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.


BrialNi c S Sd Is. Etc.


'uccessor t o V. OrOk ...'

2.. I E a
P4. A 6

al -.. 6.

We Pf th Ie Pre t ,. cept Floau, Meal
and Feed to any esao ln i,~ 2 y.




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) \EAI .1t1 IN

Dry c c .taa ud ~ci cy 'rccsnes

Notions, Previsions atnd Feed Stuffs.

r n er Ta hiitCLi ~lA'ue nvic cnd Seyview St.

II pay V'tash for Gol und iiandI*st do

a strictly Cq-ash or I e nd(] y Pay


Tki is in in P alrm Ih iPt i' cr de~sc as us dlily :1 I iy OW Ii.
('Co;v moe ioe c r-'i r of this Trutlll.i


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No s, Pats and s, Nets and Twines, Sa t,

Clotila, Gents' aId Ladies' Furnishings,

T' Es skQ d V al O.

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61 filler i Md ci ulhIx' ,wlac 'IeilLi h1)'v Li' 100nti ('1 rto a to
te i 10). .VI .l''MY -. *V .
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// \ Special Report to the Buby.
j / \Plenty of rain and all wet.
f v Weather getting warm.

h'Uhsdazv,M1ay 25,1

A N1AN'1 rE I


11 Tea,
it 11 ,1 1 . 'AHe Ic
Coee......512 G unpo

Ii lirow .. .. ... 5

Green.... 12@20
Arhucklle,lb 12-15
'inger snaps 31t25
crackers, soda. 10
''ob.acco, plug -0a6{0
Londol layers .8- I
Vtaliuncia.... ..

B. C. & ST. A.


Gardens badly damaged by late RAPIDLY NEARING

g raian.
-. Roasting eais on top, and water-
melons getting well along,
SGtandrna White is quite poorly,
1905. Dr. .litchell was at Cruiiantoi),
-Frid ,y, prfession;llj ,
V Jis. Si th's lanlily is afictedul with
R E N T'' soe sickness.

....... 5 1
wder.. 40

Uncol'd Jap.40-60
Cond milk,- i can
Unsweetn'a. 10
Sweetened ..... 10
Baking powder
Royal........ 50
Cai hell ..... 10
Canned fruit
5 Peaches.... 1 0a20
Tomatoes ..... S.1l 2

tiec ... .... 64 Apples........ 10
4 pples Pears ......... 15
Evapoated... 1 l: Plumst......... I
Dried Pe'.cLeQs 8 Apricott......10-920
0oal Oil prgil....15 Strawberries... 20
gasoline .....0 Pineapple...10-20
Tlorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
doney......... 75 Roast Beef... 12!'
7inegar........ 30 Corned Beef. 12.i,
Cnees .prlb .... 18 Chipped Beefl(>-5
butter .... 25-35 Lobster... i2Y
Oleomnargorine.. 18 Salmon... 10@15
Lard .... 7-10 Canned Vegetables
Beans .......... 'Baked BeanP... 10
Oocoanut pkg.. 10 Corn .......10@ 15
Jely, glass 10ai-2 Peas........10
iime Juice...... 45 Pumpkin ..... 12
Fggs per doz... 15

Il ouIr I ork
tar of S'th 2.3E D. pr t,;...... 1.
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... 12
Corn Meal prbui-0-0 Fresh ....... 81.l
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stBac'l 16-22
Cor pe'r lu .75'0"'Oc Hani cainv's'd 15-20
Po tatoes Shoulders...... 11
Irish ....... 1 40 Icef
Early ll'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet ..... 60475 Fresh......... .10
3 Mt, pr sack ... .00 Dried ......... -
''allce........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
-1 A IL) DWAI E.
,Nails. oer lb4t a5i Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6.atj 6 loes, each ... .a50a
Manill a rope...9, l Copper paint, call 50
4tu,vuo cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60
'ip'1 per joint 18
Priits, per yd.. 5ab Checks ...... .5a5)t
gheetingis .... 5at9 Flannel. ....... 1 a40
Muslii....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
le.ans. ....... 1545 Shoes,ladies.$la 75
.; tra iantp pat M1 en's.. 1 1 40 0 030
H ty pIr cwt. .75a .15 Oats pr hu...... i60
Iet .. ....... 1.25 Brick pr AM..... 1100
it,'pe Sisal .....7 7 9 Linue pr ))l ...... 75
FRU 1'' Rand NUTS.
Uralgces pr doe.. 45 Pecans pr 11)..... 15
Apples.... ... 15 Walints ......... 0
I,'e lono s ..... ..,. 2 1. Almou ds ........ 1 5
S[ hull pl ,14'I" 1.50 Opened pr qt *.. I 5c
1,1 V E S'TOCUK,
Sl.IsI, tI .ij ..15.il COows....... $ 5.. l
'I-0 i yoke li .'-' Sheep. . ...
S* I'TU 'lRY

,i' csli F 811

illI lic p doz 925c 31,llel pe hld 5.j01
iroait......... ") 'Ij I..... .. 5.500

iurgeoni ...... I0 Mackerel .... S.

l art,'' ...$1. 00
Pace ," ... 12.00
ap ... 10,00
Drop tidinig,
HeaI tarI 'a lV 14.00
Sapt "' !0()
8i t .u nb ., '. '
Satll n Q, i @1
eimip 'ig I .5o

Ciuit e'j9ti I..ijit' 4.0
1'ace a .r1 14.0o
Sap 1) .10.100
C I a I I ot 12r MO

diI' t ojlll .$ 01
d. ed( .$2~500

........---------*- -*** ~
Leas COUNtY.
lFrank J. Cheney makes oath that he
t the seniorpartner of the idrm of F. .
Cheney & Co. doing business in the City
of Toledo, county and slate aforesaid, and
hlat said tirm will pay the sum of ONE
iUNDRED DOLLARS for each and, every
case of Catarrh that cannot be.cured by
he use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of Decemnber,
p 1866. A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAL. Notary publicc.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and ants directly on the blood a njd u-
eous surfaces of the system. Send for
eatimofiials, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take dali's Famil-Pills for constipa-

No Grent Curiosity.
Farmer IHonk--I was reading' the oth-
er day that it's a scientific fact that
a mule can be kept from brain' by
tyin' a stoue to his til. Farmer Horn-
beak-Well, let him that is without sin
tie the first stone.-Puck.

T'Me Doff.
Alone among animals the dog has
ebosen to desert his own kith and kin,
and, bridging an almost impassable
gulf, he has resolutely taken sides
With man. No other animal has done
- It.-Maurice Macterlinck.
To cold draughts of air, to keen and
cutting winds, sudden changes of tem-
perature, scanty clothing, undue ex.
exposure of the throat and neck after
public speaking and singing, bring on
coughs and colds. Ballard's Horehound
Syrup is the best cure.
Mrs. A. Barr, Houston, Texas, writes,
Jan. 31, l!,i2: "One bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup cured me of a very
bad cough. It is very pleasant to take."
25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold at the Trading
Post, St. Andrew, Fia.

An uncle w :
nephew is i .i : ;: i : "
unally: "Yh AI t ki n; .., .-;.
edge that no o !t- ... V. .
when I die. I' rt'-i -, .:.
think of:"--P i;s '.'--- ..

Dorothy :'. \"ii; i ':"
keeps at .r''.. ait t'e l'! the i :e0 L
cn-ai.-' Mlothe;r-- "' ere doe.; Ihe it
SI;'jrolit -iight behind me, in'irmma.--
Chicano News,

Little has been said of late about
the Columbus & St. Andrews Bay
railroad, ndr! the public is probably
S I iilu ler te i ilu tle .'.i n .tlult litL le iz.
b'i', g doIlie i n this colni ection. How-
(,vier, they are very rni bh mi-staken,

That swell wedding spoken of in as l'rciIntt (,liitloin is o:ne of tihe
nly last report is expected to mateii- hnsicot nten int tlhe city, and is Ieav-
; i,,. ;, l ... .. .. ......... 1. 1....... .... . i.. no stionen nllitt ,rilll t]l t -w ill ;,l

'''ai'- iin ine i~etli IatUire, as too grooml

has been released from q'. :rantine in: the liuilding f thliis road, whi i h
down on the Missi" sijlpi co ,st, a ind is cill certainly be constructed whethorl
here on the Peninsula,s an a absolute-'it C"on" tll (,rlu lul0nib us or not.

reality, for Mr. Mo-her found hinm
stra'ndled a t,Miilville last. week alnd
sailed his vessel across thie bay and

Within tle past few wooek a party
of nortibern capitalists accolmpinled
President Gordon over the lines

delivered tihe young gentleman safely, of the roa;,, r'iiing 175 miles through

ill person to Ii is lady-bird bridle.

the country and tliorouglilv ilnsnect-

There was a quite, unique lawm*1i1 ing tho* ionte. They left for their
at Al illyil le lasted where. one of ho4.1es in tile east very mluch oenthu-

the jurymen got upl in court alid ed over the prospect of thle roa;l.

pleaded the ctuse of, the dtefelse, as

Work is being pushed raliOly ail']

didi tihe deaty hleriil. People onat.rll- twenty-three miles iav\e beenI pIlial-
ly wonder what kinit of' tuff lie 'Y graded between Chiploy and St.
lihe court is made of over there. ndirew\s Bay. On this the ties have

-------ms>e at
Terrific Iaice Withi )eath,
"Death was fast approaching," writes
Ralph F. IFrnandez, of Tampa, Fla.,
describing his fearful race with death,
"as a result of liver trouble and hiart-
disease, which 'had robbed mne of sleei'
and of all interest in life. I had tried
imany different doctors and several mcd-
icines, but got no benefit until I began
to use Electric B;tters. So wonderful
was their effect, that in thiee days I
fegt like a new man, and today I am
u'ured< of all mytr.oub!es, Guaraitees at
A. FI. Brak'a s tore; prica 5c.

'1^, yo.: i f ". "! t 0 :o Irisiim-an

: 'i: -:' i t' ''s *;. i" i ;L :now it is .r id

t 1 ii t "- 'r c;t '- ;:: t y 'ci e

!ie htan o ,'n '; .-:: t;-;';. :.e e; c',i ta show h:t,

(';.:;'t: t r.'..: n '; n; (co-"(hll ;ly tdis-
-l,,i -...rtcd ;; s',-i;,.-., i'en lhe 1 oL t
Jie b:'ru he looked ,up (,\v\ard the raft-
Pr< and st'w his mtun l,..r:al;ni with a
cope ai'o;'lnd hIs wVai;t.
"'What are yon up to, Pat?' 'he
..- ; *fu, .~~.L, t*

DiHsh_'.; 'nu rp,'ie:. '
'V'hy con't yoti put-it around your
'P Faith, 01 did, but 91 couldn't
,':I o.' w,'!s ; I-nIII;rF reply of
'he m;!n frf.t ite F .~i **' i lt."-Lou
ifiVle co( do neI 'P- "
Chaniberblaii.'s (JS.g4i Rlemedy the
Very Edst. !
I liave liccln using ,i g ami i lain's Coughl '
Reniedtly anild want to say it is the best -
cough iitediciii e I ha l ever taken," says
G;e L. Cliulil, 1a lrerc'hlanit oi Hal- rla;n,
Vlich" 'le'!Ir', 11, que', stioln ai)out its lie-
ing the best, as it will cure a cough Or.
cold in less time than anl other treat-
niunt. It should always he kept in the
iioose ready for iist:ant use, for a cold
can be cured in mucli less tinle when I
p)roairltly I related. For sale bhv L. 1. Ware,
St. Aindrew ianid lHayhad and all .ndi-
cine dealers.
___-.--'- 'a-s-s
ait-< c'tvisionuie.
The nP-,. ':; -t riun ',;'n in the British
Isle is the shrewnious.. This is not .
only the stail!fes Brit:hlh itnammal, but,
wit the eU: same genus, fhe smallest in Europe.
The ha;'ve: t i',oiieo isi so3metimesg
ithoight to -e even smaller, but the
length of itt head and body is often
two and oee-h!alf ii.nhe-;, while tlhit
of the les-cer tlhrew is rarely more than'
two inches. The tail measures about
one and one-third inches, and its teeth

are so extremely small that a lens is
required to detect them.


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

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


Dealers in and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid aRiiR Rents Collected
for Non-Re idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.

u. 0. KNOWLES'

Barber and Hair Dress-

ing Parlor,

Commerce Ave. East of Buoy
Pl l?" Every'thl in;i nlew, neat an,
clean and lpations giveni tlie MIoht
courteous auJ c-aeful attention.

been scattered for at least twelve
miles, and the track has been 'cinl-
pleted and a tiailn is running over
four miles of the track, hauling ma-
terial fIr tith bul)iloig tl' the road.
'Ihey have jails enuiIgh on hand to
build at least tluer 1more miles of tracl.'
which will be done in a short while.

The First SieP.e Gvitna.
It h1ti: bcen stand tha It rv.-a; in 1C37
at ti ee,;; e of Candia, in 'rete tl, tha
sia' e guns we re first us.ed. This state-

wrti-r, w. ). s'.y ; ti.tt ju. before the
(:' o i" ( :.Cs- ;.tiii.n p' a nll 1 ;; ;an or

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If you are nervous and tired out
contiinually-y you could have no
clear wa.rninT of the approach
of serious female trouble.
Do nci wait until you suffer un-
bearable pain before you seek treat-
ment. You need WVine of Cardui
now just as much as if ths trouble
Were more developed and the tor-
turing pains of disordered men-
struation, bearing down pains,
leucori-hoea, backache and head-
ache were driving, you to the un-
failing relief that Wine of Cardui I
has brought hundreds of thousands
of women and will bring you.
Wine of Cardui will drive out
all trace of weakness and banish
nervous spells, headache and back-
ache and prevent the symptoms
from quickly developing into dan-
gerous trouble that will be hard
To check. Secure a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui today. If your
dealer does not keep it, send the
money to the Ladies' Advisory
Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine
Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., and the
medicine will be sent you.

ge ~ ,, f c
eida'jt^'i y ,

A MIc.'sculnr Milsnter.
A Kentucky senator tells of a good
old Methodist minister in his state in
the pioneer days who was a "muscular
"One day," says the senator, "after
the parson had found it necessary to
sdminiii;ter Gst:c punishmei t to several
young' though' who persisted in disturb-
ing the meeting at one of the churches
which he served. one of his flock, noted
as something of a hard hitter himself,
got up in n.efing and said:
"'It is a solemn duty of this here
.. *I. -. ,it;' to stand by Parson John-
;n. rHe does nut s'clk trouble, bit he
wil! not s-hitw the white feather when
th-ouble is f'n'cod in his way. I believe
t-:::t, iiure';tra;une by divine grace,
t'p.'s:'a ,Toh- .;n c.1n whip any man in
V:e?'t-eky. The Lord is with him. Let
,i p ,q,,.' '


/--tumno By Ho9NE5Ttf'

irs, E. S. Smith, of Uromantou
has been a visitor for some days with
Mrs. J, H. Diuwnuond and other
friends in St. Andrew.
Dr. Theo. Coleman who has been

absent for some monthslpursuing the
dental profession, has returned to St,
Andrew and taken up permanenj.ies-
ilelnco, tor the presentt, at ]east; on
\'Viiuim t ~:irect bet a e':i ...,i ai.,e aind
W\yomiing avenue.m anli %ill diiv4i.' is
time in caring foi, tltr Ie- tl of St.
Anhdrew antl Miiv illic pol'rele, oI ainy
SotheIrs .vwho lmay l('.[e ll
siuual services.

b 'i '. I'lDIANS.

'I eI Gtlt T';et', ..9. .
L an it'tereoing ,-rrc' oii thle alo.-
.r;,,.:.-, o1 BLrazil iln ue Ulenri'hit Solutth-
:I: na;n the :.. tL.,1, of namingg
b':,-", is t'a; s depcrliblc ".: "-::
Tl e c'c;'cnoiny of iili.ir n into the,
rigl.ts and pi'iviiege, ol'fC lZIZusbiip in
the iL ,'')ro t'ibe i i i i.re' .. T ie lit-
tle b,,:ce boF16'y of tt-:'- rjt. isl
Iocre or less daubed with ,- n or pitch
1udi platedl with white feathers; then
eaI ', .in ti:e morning before the rising
of thar sun the ftnrmily and friends and
tle. i:Pest or conjurer betake 'them-
seli-es to an eminence near the village.
ArVl as tl.e san, the supreme power,
sw -.et.s ma j .'.-. ily upward from be-
jhind ~ltii eastern wilderness the con-
jiier boret the lower lip of the em-
bryo w:':rior with an instrument made
especially for the occasion and beauti-
fully dcccorated with brilliant feathers
I ... '- .i..:.. t;a whsi.pers "P'iadu-
u11" ('O-t-ivn. bird) or th1e 'u6li e of
somrlne oiLter animal or object that the
child is to .w "i'i: 1 lI,1d:." softly re-
peat t'se ft ..!.y and friends in turn,
:lnd tius Pi'ialldu a favorite nare, be-
comes the lname of tlhe little one. They
are v-ry jealous of their names and
wili nit m',ke them known to aliens
In ordort to become a e tizen of the trib.
a person of alien birth would have to
resJde with it 1'or some time and be
initiated nlMch asf the child i3.

Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for action,
by ,Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can
tell it by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eyes; the
firmness of the flesh and muscles; the
buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At
A. H. Brake's store, 25c.

Vwe know the meaning of words and will do as we say. We
claim to bre the lowest-priced Whiskey Rouse and t e
Largest M--il Urder Whiskey Concern in the South. All tue
North Carrcian Whiskey we sell Is good-there's no bad.
People hero wouldn't adulterate ft they knewhow-they rare too
honeatl Mo'st whiskey sellers are noted for mixing, blending and
watering. V e sell more genuine old whiskey and less water than
any known competitor. "Cusper's II Tne r Old" n LIAl.-' Isa
aLiquldjoy! It's made by honest it. (.ile ul te mouoriiu,.s f
North Caroli'aa,in old-style copper stills.., it aedt wasrmoj.I by
ourgrandfathiers. First-rate whiskey iisol.i at 6.) to Latir O
pergallon, bttit's not-any betterthan "('a.t.ei's 11 YVa& uhil.' It
must please r xvirw will buy it back. V.'e- Ia' a capital or ui'" ni.,
and the Peop .os' National Bank and the Piedmont Savingf Dank
of thiscity ~ i11 tell you our word is good. To introduce this old
honest wli'l ey, we offer four Fuill Quarts pf "oCaper's 11
Year Oha li two sample bottles, one 15, one 18 year old--a cork-
Iecrew atl a ir inlking glad'--til I'.-i *I 9.. "if r .911 i F-. rt w,.-
widll doll t Le above and 1.il In I'.- or.. Full Quert Extra.
We have so.n of this whiskm,. ,.nl 7 i,.. l..I a d I! it r' I h,''-
gallon lie; fir $10 or will ifl i, ii. II I*.r, Ildil a qiar L il .- ':i re-
coipt of *1 iv nd give free '."'rk.-' .r ...r. .ii lnr .-:l-. .:'.1.'-* -
pies, making this whiskey cu-t .li-a[h.n e' ` per 'ail.to .-llIl I ,J.
W W t shi in p!iain lt.xesswitr n.i rn1 ., i; r., Inldicste. c'.nt..nt. ur.nd
SPrepay fill Express. BI:u.ri,.. \,[ ,4 T''as, Kanmia., 'CU;O ;,L
and Uakotl miust add 20 cents per quart extra.
952 Casper lldag. WINSTON-SALEMr, N. C.
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4s "m miu'. .' '-,, L
." -. =. --;'" ,
'I W hen t!:e i,:."cs ae rak
W everything goe. wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
irritable. Your cheeks are

pale and your blood is thin.
ur doctor says you are
reate.ned with a nervous
eakdown. He orders this
rand old family medicine.
V" F,'r mr.i- than 50 yea a T hrve ni-di Aver's
r.' rl illli in my f.iirfl v r i, a : orndtonic
Si' all r;no,.,. m1d ;1 w.,,i1d rf., mi. n .l in, for im-
p''i ,l.le."--' >. C. HOLJs, Ic, l Hi ,ei, CoInn.
~; i' I*i i,.tl. J.C. AYER CO,
1Ii1 drueiOsrs. A 1 'l.ow ll M% .
i .eakan e for

-Weak Nerves

Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's
OPls, ust one pill each night.

SSidt e4epc [i.i it.
Miss doe lu-r -' Mr:. ey,~n-, :,
younger than I look, or ffn I older?
Mr. Foxey--All I know about that is
that nobody could possibly be half as
young as you look.-Chicago Tribnue.

Household linut.
The Visitor-Your cook is perfection
Itself. How do you manage her? 1The
Hostess-Easily. We learn what dishesi
she likes best herself and then we have
those only.--Puck.

Gratitude has a faithful memory and
a fluent tongue.


April 17, 1905.
Notice is hereby gi\en that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,'on
June 20, 1905, viz:
SAMUEL T. NOLAN of Murfee, Fla.,
Hd 33533 for the ne of nwiand wv of
inw (or lots 3, 4 and 5) of sec 27, tp.
2s, r. 15w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of said land, viz:
C. E. Murfee, R. L Ellis, A. A. Mc-
Collom, and R. F. Murfee,,all of Murfee,
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
AFFEditor's fee paid.
April 17, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
owipg named settler has filed notice of'
is intention to rhake. commutation
proof in support of his claiirn, and that
said proof v ill ,i6 made before clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
June 20, 1905, 'viz:
EeOi-GE BROXTON, of Murfee, Fla.,
Hd 33761 for the wi nwi of sec. 26 and
ejlof nef sec. 27, tp. 2s, r. 15w.
He names the follo.ving witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Samuel T. Nolan, R. L. Ellis, A. A.
McCollom, and W.' N. Dickson, all of
Muree,' Fla.
W, G.ROBINSON, R3gister.
gAiN Editor's fee paid.

April 24, 190, )
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make commutation proof. in
support of his claim, and that saii proof
will be made before the County Judge .at
Vernon, Fla. on June 20th, 1905,viz:
GREEN B. JENKINS, of Ebro, Fla.
Hd.33209 for the eig of. se!4 of sec. 10
and na1 of ueY4 ot see. 15, t. ls,,'. 16w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultitiationof said land, viz:
King Raley, Henry Ctrmni,hael, Abnor
Basett and Aif. Bassett, all of Ebro,
Vla, W. G. ROBINsON, Register.
Lg 'Editor's fee paid.
May 1, 1905, )
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has tiled notice o-
her intention to ma ke fil proof in sup
port of her claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June
2u, 1905, viz:
WILLIAM H. PITTS, of Nixon, Fla.
Hd 32707, for the swi of ec. 8, tp. 2s, r.
He :names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon, W E. Pitts, J. G Da-
vis and R. T. Sangster, all of Nixon,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
IgEditor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
May 1, 1905.
Not ice is hereby given that the fol-
o,. in'g named settler has filed notice of
iu mention to make final proof in sup-
't rof his claim, and that said proof
I .e made before the clerk of the
ulit court at Vernon, Fla., on June
'!4 1 5,o viz: --
UPL;E.RT D. MIURRAY. of Nixon, Fla.
Hd 29843 for the ei of net of sec. 8, tp
2s, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cu tivation:of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon. W. E. ?itts. R. T.
Sangster and J. G. Davis, all ol Nixon,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register

It Soulded EigK.
"Bragley's a publisher, isn't he?"
"Not at all. What made you think
'"l e told me he was a disseminator of
lilght literaturee"
"h, he' a bill clerk in the employ
,f the gdas coip)any."--PmL'iadeipn'ht

MislcadinU'% Title.
First JerSuyman-What air ye reading'
there, Jabez? Second Jerseyinan--A
book called "The Three Musketeers."
I thought it wuz a Jersey story when I
picked it up, but the plot appears to be
located in France some years back.-
Pittsburg Post,

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e Pensac-:la, Arr.vo 5:()0 .m.
Flomaton, Loave 2:33 a im.
Mobile, 12:;:0 n'n
New Orleans. 8:0(R p.m.

No. 4
12:35 p. m. Leave Pcnsaoola
6:30 Arrive Montgomeay
9:12 Birmingham
8:50 a.m Louisville
11:59 '" Cincinnati
1:30 p.m. St. Louis

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The Deseeratleo of Jilutoia's Tomb.L
The boyl of the great poet Milton
waa oceie on view at a charge of three-
pence a head. It was in 17UO, after a
little carousal, that two overseers and
a _.ri i -uter entered the Church of St.
Giles, Cripplegate, where Milton lay
buried, and, having discovered the
leaden coffin which contained his body,
cut open its top with a mallet and
chisel. "When they disturbed the
sthroud," Neve says, when telling the
utory of the ghoulish deed, "the ribs

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No. 2
Pensacola. Ar 10:50
Bohemia. 10:37
Yniestra. 10:34
Escambia. 10:82
Mulat 10:23
Harp lIC:21
Galt City 10:15
Milton 10:10
Good Range
'Holt- :;-5
Mili i -an 9:20
Cr'estview 0 :13
Deer Land 8 55
Mossy Head 8:4,)
DeFuniakl Sprines 1:i8
Argyle 7:44
Ponce tie Leon 7:29
Westville 7:17
Caryville 7:12
Bo n ifay f:55
Clh;iicy 6:37
Cotto:dale (i:ly
Marianna (;:00
Cypress 5:8
Grand Ridge 5:
Sneaids 5:21
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tKU'. Mr. Fouxin ;t~ ,zia-3-*(No that he
rp',i;l hard at thie teeth, whvih resist-.
e'i t,:til so;.t e out' lit thorn itb a
s:!one." !'ou:ntii:i sec.'red :,ll I :,' ti e
teeth in the upper jaw and gecnerouslg
gjve one to one of ils e.ccomplices.' Al- /,..
t. .eL;hl,, thlie scoundrels sato!&' ., Til :
bone, ten teelh and several lih:dfl]s of-
hair, and to crown the diabolical bual-
ness the eema g::le gvedi"ter after-
ward exhibited the body to any ond
willing to pay threepence for the spee
tacle.-Westmlinster Gazette. ,

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ThIe Biggest Shells.
The bi,;'ro-t sieils are found on a
la:.re bmarr'er reef of the Indian bcean,
1 '9l0 iln a lons', east of Australia.
i ti:e ioiisterslcome up on 'the
S'.*ki, which are alor:Ost inrac&essible.
a;i; -':':/w tto weigh ovr 'O00 .pounds.
Ti" r j~ fn i Iso 'nn luis one of thli..e bi-
'n ,-, ', ":I i:s .(' heci3in which standss
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Gray nurse in the Childten's Home in
New York cure fevc-r;iliihes bad stom-
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Over 30,000 testimonials They' never
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Pepys' Furna-e.
An electric resistance furnace was
used by Pepys in 1815 for the cementa-
tion of iron. IIe took apiece of pure,
soft iron and cut a slit along its length.
The slit was filled with diamond dust,
which was prevented from falling out
by fine iron wire. The portion of the
wire containing the dust was*wrapped
in mica. The wire thus charged was
heated quickly to redness by the cur-
rent from a battery. On opening the
wire Pepys found that the diamond
lust h;id disappeared and that aro-nud
wlheire it Ind been tl'h wire had bt.en
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An Interesting Forest.
The largest continuous distinct for-
aet district in west Prussia is known
Sas the Tncheler Haide nnd extends
Over an area of thirty-five square
miles. It is subject to great and sud-
den changes of temperature. Snow
has fallen as late as May 19, and night
frosts have occurred an late as the 1st
and 8d of June. Prehistoric remains
are found belonging to the later stone
And to the bronze ages. The inhab-
itants are occupied almost entirely
with forestry and agriculture. Polish
it still the prevalent language, though
German is now generally understood,
Will ovi ri.ime indigestion ard dyspep-
sia: ri'ie'-,il thc Il1iowls and cure liver
and kidnrit' conir;lainits. It is the best
blloodenru-her andl invigorator in the
world. It is i ri ely \'vei''Iabi: perfectly
harmil,'ss, and t0o iuiil 3ou be a sufferer
from di:Las, ,you w ill use it if you are
H. N. Andrews: editor and rmr. ,Co-
co aand Rocklede l Kews, Cocoa, Fla.,
writes: "I have used your Herbine in
my family, and I find it a most excellent
medicine. Tts effects upon myself have
been a marked benefit. I recommend it
unhesitotingly." 50c. Sold at the Trad-
ing Post, St. Andrew, Fla.


Anuyfe sending a sketu1i and description ma. -
qulckIl certain our optingi free w LetLt; an
Invention is probably patentable. C(onnim 'a-
tlons strictly conildental. IIandhbook op I'at '
sent free. Oldest agency -i -.i .. patent.
Patents taken through lim ii A Co. reoin
pecjl notice, without charge, in tho

Sc etific tmAerea,
Ahandsomely lllistrated wcokldv. Largest dlr
catlation of any it ,i11 *i',".' 'Il' ri;g ~l3 a
year: four monl l, l1. vzoo L, 'l newsdealers.
BUNN& CO.361Broadway, Wew YOrk
Branch Otice. 625 F Bt. Washinutou. Du. C

Two IapsG--- a $1
x31.150 iniche, correctly plailted an!i
Ihowing all the nore imiiprtan'
biuildings-is of grcat valime to ainy
one contomplatiog puriilashil pro ,.-
e;ty in towit,' It cover.i ablutit l'ou
mines of coast line; cxten(inig east-
ward from Dyer's 'o ,irl to ;,nd 1 CIi
braciug 01 O St. A\lliu',, within c,
reepomnling (er il', inlandi. {'ric
One Dullar, t tl l BUOY Office.

showrng all the lar.ds disposed of ly
Olee Ciucinuati Company, also locates
Harrison, Pa'rker, Cromnantoni and
ailjac~at country. The plat of the
lots IR not shown. but by tiEe aid of
tiis inap the approximate location ol
any let in easily determined. Price
One Dollar, at the Buoy Office.
Eiher map will be sent by mail to
any address on roceipt of tie price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very liberal clutl
hiig arrangements with a few oftihe very
tws Ipublications in the country and four
lih present can send,.for a whole year
The BUOY and
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
and Tear Book) ............. 1' 71
Tli e Fla T. U, & Citizen, daily for $: 8f 5
du- SeRi weekly,forfl 55
Scientific Anerican'- .... 3 5"
FirateranmdFruitGrewer ... 2 5i
Floida Agriculturist 2 51
do clubsof 5, each ,... 2 s5
Farm Journal, Philad'a, montlily I In
icinuati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue..... 1 75
AtlantaOonstitution ... I 75.
N.Y.World(thriceaweek)......- I 70
The Cosmopolitan............ 1 75
The Criterion................... 1 501
For any or either of the above public.
io ns in connection with the BUOY, ad.
deus ll~ ordearto HE BUOY,
St. Andre,,, Fia.

Not Misjnudged.
"You misjudge me," said the hypo-
crite reproachfully. "I admit I am a
poor, weak mortal, but lying is not one
of my failings."
"It certainly is not," agri-e the hard
hearted man. "It is one of y ur suc-
A Bad Failure.
Stockw---Bent's failure is regarded as
a very bad one. Shares- Iow so?
Stocks With lhs o1,poriunit:es lhe
should ha:ve faiied for at I. .st tvicee
the amount.


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COLDS Free Trial.
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All Soda Fountains.
METTO is made from the ripe herries
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a d frnit acids. There is nothing
in MET'TO that will liarm an in-
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Tropical M Co.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Prescription by Age.
At ten years a mere package of chew-
iug gum witl make the little girl hap-
At seventh u you liust add a mati-
.c to the gum.-New Orleans Times-

Tnrioe .-ho complain most are most
to1e con;rnained of.-Ienry.

Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.i
May 1. 1905. *
Notice is hereby given that.thefol-
lowing- named settle has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proom
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Verron, 1'1j on June
20, 1905, viz.:
JOHN A. H. MHURRAY of Cook. Fla.
Hd 21.2-; for the el of e} of sec. 23, tp.
4s, r. 13w.
lHe names the kllur. i,;, witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
IH. N. Johnison and J. J. Fowler of
Cook, Fla., Robert Nixon and R. D.
hMurray, of Nixon, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
.Land Office at Gainesville, Fla
May 1, 1S05. .
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
iowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
poat of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June
20. 1905, viz.,
WILBURN E PITTS, of Nixon, Fla.
lld 30007, for the wJ oi naw of sec 7, tp.
2s, r. 12w.
He uames the following witnesses to
proye his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
1. ). Murray, Robert Nixon, J. G.
D,.vis and R. T. Sanester, all of Nixon,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSOT, Register.
SLand oi,..- at Gainesvill., Fla.
May 1, 1905.
SNotice is hereby givou that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
0ort of his Claim, and that said proof
,'ill be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Junt
20, 1905, viz:
RO1BERT T. SANG TI::, of Nixon,
lid 299D7 for the wi of nuvw, nwa of swi
of sec 1 and ne 0of sci uc 2, tp 2s, r.
12 w.
H mii en s the following witnesses to
'prove hia continuous 'r.ic, leU upon
,,up cultivation of sai(t I.id,l. viz.:
I). Murray, Robert Nixon, W. E.
Pitts and J. G. Davis, all of Nixon, Fla'
W, G. ROBINSONM Register.
Land Office at Gainesville. F
May 1, 1905.
'Notice is hereby aiven that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
hiz intention to m..ke fin.l proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of ti
circuit court atVemnon, Fla., on JiI
20th, 1904, viz:
JOHN G. DAVIS, of Nixon, Flori
Hd 29854 for the swi, of sec. 10, t
2s, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon, R. D. Maryay, W. W.
Pltts and J. A. Murray, all of Nixon,
Fla WVv. ROBINSON. Itegister.
Laud Office at Gainesville Fla.
May 1, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said pl',,if
wvihl be nade before the iClerk of Lhe
Circuit Court at Vernon, .Fla., on June
20, 1905, viz:
ROBERT NIXON, of Nixon, Fla.,
lid 29865 for the sw4 oft sw section 1
and es of se and nw of seo of sec. 2,
tp1. 2. r, 12w.
-Ie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous 'residence upon
anuud cultivation of said land, viz.:
I. T. Sang ster, S. L. Loudermilk. J.
I D)avis and RI. I). .Miir ay all of Nix-
oni. Fl'h. WV G, Ho13ISON, ecgiatcr. '

If so. we honor the "last kicks," fu-
tile though they be, for accustomed
hands soon pounce upon- and gather
up the stock, of which each single
cheese weighs from two to six kilos,
and they are swiftly carried out to
make way for the next lot. And so on,
all through tihe day, does the:trade pro-
ceed until the last "Eidamer" has been
disposed of, but the extent of the busi-
ness done in so quiet and orderly a
fashion on "cheese market days" may
to some extent be gauged from the
fact that no less than 5,000,000 pounds
weight of Eldam cheeses are computed
to pass through the A!umannr weigh
b' se annually before proceeding to
ebrda m and Rotterdam, where
k re1's duly invested with it familiar
Cot, Irlo'r to more extended tray-
n land and by sea, often into the
the unknown, travels, how-
?, which almost invariably end
within the Interior of man.-Pall Mall



\ Town In Northelrn Holland Vhich
Fl or bOver Two liuitdred Yenrs Haa
lIlad tie "i"ights to Weigi'h" Every
ClheetJe#Made In the RenItn.
Though- I:;1.11 ,, on the Zuyder Zee,
gi ct's its ltute to tho;e rose red spheres
,ve know as "'Dutch cheeses," which
are i .tin rL.r'-l;, associated with in-
,lge 0 n.n, ,.-t it is Alkmaar, in north-
i, 11i 1l .:l that conduces to the week.
y ItujirLL'ri.e of this edible of com-
-'i.' fuls aiy one who has ever stood
i tihr quaint old market place upon a
T, ..y,, and about the hour of noon,
Ul l;:,%t. speedily come to understand.
For the Dutch cheese producer, in-
'-ltr-d. "all roads" may be said to lead
1.0 Alkmuaar, likewise all vwaterways,
,,nd there a re many of them. Thither
c<;i:e the-cheeses by rail, by cart and
.;y boat; you stumble over them inside
the station as you alight from the
ctilin; they dispute the right of way be-
iw\\.'t- the rows of narrow, many col-
'redl and curiously gabled houses; they
staitl ild solid stacks upon the landing
-t -,'..s-l,'-.-[ .. up like cannon balls in
rectdivet- for an immediate bombard-
n eut a'n,,. if weree not libelous to
breathe aught savoring of disrespect to
a friendly country's national comesti-
ble. ns deadly, possibly, also to an un-
accustomed stomach as their leaden
But, be that as it may, the cheese
minrket is a rare good sight in quaint
Alkuuiar when the pensant proprietor
and his vrouw come in to drive their
bargain at the weigh house with the
wholesale agents from far and near.
and every hostelry does its d*wn brisk
trade with both parties. Across those
ro-decd L:ri;ig<'s !ipculiar to Hollaund
come shoals- of peasant fo'k in pic-
turesque attire. Who does not know
by now the dress with its glorious capl
and golden "corkscrew"' ornailmealts, the
pride of many a generation, making
pretty face- doubly bewitch in iiand
lending some saiitle attraction to evea
the hardest featured dame well up in
years? On they come--clatter, cl::tter,
clatter. voluble with the:r guttural flu-
ency we somehow' feel we ought to un-
dlerstaud L'eeCiue of its confusingly
familiar sobun, but its very kinship to
Ger;man sends us astray, and we listen
and listen till the jargon about the
weigh hoonse becomes a more hope-
less jumble of sounds than evec to our
ears, and we co'intet ourselves with
turning our attention to the building
itself. It stands where it; richly p'iint-
ed facade can be seen clearly reflected
in the cool, smooth waters of the neigh-
boring canal, a dignified old pile, built
In 1651, with an especial eye to the
growing importance of Dutch cheeses,
Alkmaar having in that year received
its "right to weigh" from William of
Orange, and thus every cheese chang-
ing hands from that date onward hai--
ing passed from the producer to the
dealer across the Alkmaar scales. The
present ones, by the way, which have
hung in t;.r. i i..ce since. i':. were
made in Amc'erdam at a cost of S5iS
S'l,,ile"r.. and, having conscientiously
performed their duties without a hitch
ever since, certainly speak volumes for
the workmanahip of 200 and odd yeor-
Though the little town is thronged
from earliest morn with orderly
crowds of heavy Hollanders, it is not
until the musical chinme.4 within the
all important weigh house turret have
signified the hour of noon by breaking
forth in melody, generally from some
well known comic opera, that the ac.
tual business of the day begins, al-
though, "unofficially," both parties tc
the corning transactions have probably
already taken time by the forelock
over a glass of hollands in some inn
on the maai'kt. Now, however, the
cumbersome ware is carried within
doors, the time honored ceremony is
gone through and the ticket stating
the correct weight of each given, after
which act the money changes hands.
It is a study in temperament, this
weigh house scene in the little Dutch
town. No "hurry skurry" mars the
calm of the place or disturbs the phleg-
matic, pipe sucking individuals pri-
marily interested in the transactions
here going forward. The cheese alone
ems riotous and inclined to wholesale
Bi^rnrdliation, with a mind to roll
WtIh' and thither, possibly resulting
p j'i swme "subconscious" memory 9f
c, n-, green meadows and buttercups
and a dislnclination to coming bondage
upon the prosaic shelves of some pro-
vision dealer.

For Sale!

We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of tkhe
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.

Cream Vermifuge



Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
Sold at the Trailing Post, St. Andrew.
F~ ---- -slc,.t.n eBFP~

Child Pension lIn France. -
At all times it has been an object I FRENCH FEl1ALE
with French parents to teach a child P I L 8.
to be provident and economical. A child A SAIE, cERTAIN RELI r for SUPPRBss aMEU. TRUATTC,. .
NEVER KNOWN TO FAMIL. Sof'! Suoc! Spoen lM Sat1s-
of three can become a member of the faction Guarant-ed or Monivl!" 'I'. S osut P raid
fsctior ox. '4 ul send tem oni-: riSlto b~e~aid for
Mutualite by giving only 2 cents a 0 eli e. aip' s ; '". g | id t
week. One cent will entitle it to get- ave them ise aoc rcers to th3.
UNITED MEDtCAL CO.. .Ox7.4,.., C _ r- Pp. ^
ting 10 cents a day when it is ill, and UNITED MEfICALC). 74 I.?L.as-r-, ;
the other goes toward getting a pension Sid t St. Andrews tayv, 'la..t at
when it is at a certain age. No one D a tM'i'TCHE S DRUG S'TO .
kuows how long a child can live, but L. CHLL S DR 'T
wld3t does the contribution amount to? e's;'7S g
There is hardly a child in the world "
who does not spend that for candy. | | -- R 'K Sc iS,?J -
Now, a boy of eighteen giving 34 cents ..
a month to the solety will when he t , .. .
sixty have a pi-,sioij of t7-2 a year. .
His R ecipe. ,. ,. , ,,;'., ..
Long Haired Poet (singing)--There is b ,r nu weist- fT 'UP.', :NCTi-raEn. 'a
no breeze that can cool the heat of -kll^,, --' & d- -'..'-
love. Diipl,,jint-d Benedict--E-et Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla
tried the marriage refrigerator, son.?--, At Dr. Mitchell's u3rig Stre.
New Orleans Picayune, Cai '.r itr =aineM

How the Professionals Base Them
on' the Pnblic's Emlotions.
Never do panhmndlers make the mis-
take of appealing to the reason. The
emotions of. the crowd- only are at-
tacked. There is always a complete
human story in the pose. What, for in-
stance, could be more compelling- of
sympathy than the spectacle of the
beut .old graybeard patiently and de-
spairingly as it seemed grinding a
wheezy old organ which he had tied
into a broken down baby carriage? The
suggestiveness of that perambulator,
coupled with the wnils of that organ,
more forlorn than mortal child ever ut-
tered, was worth dollars a-day to the
old fellow. It was reprehensible art,
of course, but art nevertheless. And
the artist grew rich, for when in-
ves'tigatei by the police he was found
to be the owner of many houses in Ho-
Again, could there be anything more
likely to excite compassion than the
crust throwing trick? It was invent-
ed by a German beggar named Lang.
whose French disciple, Lemaire, prac-
ticed It subsequently. I have seen a
crust thrower operating in Sixth ave-
:ae. lie was a semi-well dressed man,
who walked swiftly down through the
crowds of shoppers. Suddenly he ut-
tered a hoarse cry and darted out into
the roadway, where, pouncing upon a
ernst of bread which he had thrown
ihee previously, he began gnawing it
i-:-enously. He did not wait for sym-
poti y. He walked rapidly away, but a
nuiler of women who saw the act
r.::.n after him and crowded one another
for ihe privilege of giving him money.
-'Tliefdo;r e Waters in Everybody's
. Magazine.
Fish Thiat Are Not Fish.
Oi: our way into the interior of New-
f,')i-,:iand part of our route was over
a io-. ey lake. We had not proceeded
ftr ',\-en I thought I could occasional-
ly sec' tie water break with a splash
in c o .e proximity to the canoe. I turn-
e,:i t the native who was handling the
pdd(ce and inquired whether there
vwe-e any fish in the pond.
"Fish? No. slr-no fish, sir."
IPresently I saw not six feet from the
blw of the canoe a magnificent salmon
ri:;c to the 'urnface and with a swish of
his tail disappear to the depths. Again
I turned to my friend with the remark:
'Daddy, did I understand you to say
ltat there were ner o fish in this lake?"
S"'No fish,. sir-no fish."
"Yes, but-I beg your pardon-I---:?
mrunment )go saw wlhat I took to he :
twelve or fifteen pound salmon broea';
the water not six feet from the bov-
of the canoe."
"Oh, yes, that was a salmon! The:-(
are plenty of trout and salmon in aln
these waters, but no fish, sir. You
know, we don't count anything as fi-il
in these parts but codfish, sir."-"Cari
bou Shooting In Newfoundland."
The Coffee Plane's Friend.
In the republic of Colombia there is
a tree highly esteemed as a shade for
the coffee plant. It is found also in
tropical Brazil and possesses qualities
tha make it peculiarly suited for this
par-ticular use. It will live on a stony,
poor soil, and a tree only -. [.'cn
months old will shade 14.1 square yards
of ground, while, when full grown, it
may be fifty feet high and have a
spread of 1fity fcet on every side.

Wife---IIpenry, w hat unikes you in
such a fur'io,:- temper? II'sband-I'm
trying to read a Scotc h dialect story.
The plot is fearfully exciting, but I
can't hurdle over the language fast
enough to keep up with the hero!--De-
troit Free Press.

Not Needed.
"Do you favor the whipping post for
wife beaters?"
"No," answered the woman who has
been several times marrictd. "The fiat-
iron or the stove lifter is good enough
tor me."-Washington Star.
A Generous Tip.
Scotsman (to porter, who has been
about twenty minutes looking after his
luggage)-Man, I conseeder ye've been
verra obleegin'. Wull ye tak' a pinch
o' snuff?

Education is only like good culture.
It changes the size, but not the sort.

Set's 19 to l you do if you ar victim
of malaria. ..s
Don't Do It. Ws Dagerous.
'We'll admri it wi ll cure malaria, but it leaves
almost deadly af tor .t
- .-
t- a -Hy -4 1-

3 purely verCetK-ble .pd a.sohvtoly guaranteed
tot ctra 3!s1..' j, -c hl('aidit;hb, biiou' ns
SC.U1.i 6. -,t...a7id- yand ,l ver cotplaits.
O SaleCos at the Trading APost, St. dre, Fla.

On Sale at the Tradin Post, St. Andre Fla.
g P osSt, AndfeW,

Keeping Up Your Courage.
There Is first the-belief that we are
well and capable of continuing so.
That is nothing more than faith in our
own human powers. It is a faith that
every self respecting person should
have. Do not abuse the organs of the
body, and then there will Lb no neces-
sity of thinking of them and wonder-
ing if they are worldng all right. By
dwelling too much upon some weak-
ness we can always aggravate it
through nervous reaction. This in some
cases can become such a confirmed
habit that serious troubles will be In-
duced. There are many patients in the
world today who might be up and
around, enjoying good health, if they
but willed that they should do so.
They are invalids through lack of force
of character, for will makes character
of one sort or another.-Household
A Victim of Small Beer.
A correspondent sends to the Londoi
Public Opinion the following quaint
epitaph on what is known as "Thetch-
er's Stone" at Winchester, England:
"In memory of Thomas Thetcher, a
grenadier in the North regiment of
Hants militia; who died of violent
fever contracted by drinking small beer
when hot the 12th of May, 1764, aged
twenty-six years. In grateful remem-
brance of whose universal good will
toward his comrades this stone is plac-
ed here at their expense, as a small
testimony of their regard and concern.

celebrated fighters of India, says that
the signs by which you may know a
Sikh are these: He never cuts his hair,
but wears his beard looped up Qver his
ears; he never smokes nor touches to-
bacco, because that is the privilege of
the Mohammedan, but he is allowed to
drink spirits and is a great consumer
of opium. F'inilly, he must have about
his person the five K's, which General
Gordon thus enumerates: Kes, long hair
of the head, as the Sikh must never
cut his hair or beard; kangi, comb to
secure the hair tied up in a knot on top
of the head; kaceh, breeches reaching
to the knee; kard, knife, and kirpan,
lie Told the Truth.
An Irish gentleman had a splendid
looking cow, but she kicked so much
that it took a very long time and it
was almost impossible to milk her, so
he sent her to a fair to be sold and told
his herdvsma.n to be shre not to sell her
without letting the buyer know her
faults. He brought home a large price
wl'ich he had got for it. His master
Was surprised and said, "Are you sure
you told all about hert' "Bedad, I did,
sir," said the herdanman. "He asked me
whether she was a good milker. 'Be-
gorra, sir,' says I, 'it's you'd be tired
milkhit her.' "--Seventy Years of
Irish Life."
mnachlnery Toned.
EigiC.Ciers judge of the condition of
their machinery by the tone it gives
out while running. Every engine.

"Here sleeps in peace a Hampshire gren- whether st:!atonary or locomotive, has
adier a particular tone of it, own. The en-
Who caught his death by drinking cold gine:er beeoumcs accustomed to that,
small beer.
Soldiers, be wise from his untimely fall iand any depr-tn'e from it at once ex-
And when you're hot drink strong or none cites ia si;:..;tiu thLa:t ail is not right.
at a'l. Te C:;z-in .t inay t L'. u -'k what is
"An honest soldier never is forgot, tl-c nmtter'; e uay have ii eC.r for
Whether he die by musket or by pot." music, but the change in the tone of
his machine will be at once perceptible
The Sikhl's Pive K's. and, being instantly recognized, will
General Gu' ini. a British olicer who c(au' e him to start qn an immediate in-
has writt!ite'. bUoo', k

~r~PL~*19101S~I '~L )rpi 3; C

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Er. ^I TTi'

Leads in Low Prices and Good

He invites the purchasing public to call,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pavs the Highes Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity,

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of Si, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be lottd at his resiuencie on Bile ii Vista avenue at Il iglt.


Corner of Bayview and Wyoiine Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
Whalt Jyu ean'6 fid at any otllr Store. coe o the R AC K E T
ST 0 R-E anld get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Dav.
011,-r..' .011 of Coffee, 5 Cts. -e u (,,p of Tea, Cts.,,.u|llIfl'lhhitl

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties

I. GODAIII), P!oplrietor.


Thi ts the Iltest -:inl most complete
.o. low f or working plaints in the garden. It
e -:l rdju isltablle; the weight the block to
'":. which the blade is attached keeps it in the
y o,!nl. iLnd th10 depth of plowing is regulated
b y li'tiL the handles. A boy or girl of ten
S:iI,. r ('aui handle it with perfect ease. It has.a
4-. i -h sl'l whl(el, the height of which makes.
t ile plh Io light oT draft .- 'It ha' t five blades; 1 if
lurn ing old, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
S', j; \ blldo, 4 a bull-ton aue, 5 a rake. Wrench
-'1-, w.it.h ]eac lh plow.
We. have made arrangements by
S whih w e can furnish thiss plow at
:' ' '' . the fai;tory price, $38.75, with

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freight to St. Andrews Bay about one dar, making -he plow, delivered
$4.50. But the BvOY proposals to do better than this and will send the Bnov
emlo Vear and. furnish oneto'f tLhcse plows complete at the factory for $4.50
purchaser to pay freight
'Ilhe plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any time
Order fromn the B3oy direct,


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