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: October 5, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00228
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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U. S. 8Senator-1st district, S. R. l1al-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-Ist DistrictL S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Office-Register, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
*tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Wshington County-Representative,
lA, B1rya, .chh ountyiJOIufgt ,
-We1Wwri eli of dic fi; County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Depe v C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
D''rin-a County Superintendent, B.
IF. uGan,,r, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
SL. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. A.udrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Millville-:-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Damfin,
ParkerL Postmaster and Nottry Public.
W. H. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. 'N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Anderson-Postmaster, St W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
'Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompklns-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Bayhead--Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
Cook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun Couny Cromanton-Postma-
ter, Frank W. Hoskins.
SFarmdala-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
,' The northe-rn mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
:: ,. o'clock a. m., arrives every day ex-
S- ept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
.East Bay mail for Harrison, Millville,
Cromanton, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
..- b'.rmdaler and Wetappo leaves St.
S Ap trews every morning except Sun-
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west st 7 o'clock p.m.,
S Baptist-Church Wyoming ave. front-
ilg Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
: :0 p. m. Sunday School every Sun
l ay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
'.lt eodiat Episcopal-Church Wasa-
ington ave. arid Chestnut st. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Ke,. J: M. Conway, pastor.
,resbyterian-Church corner Loraine
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. O. C, Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:3.0
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
rock, Supt ...
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Jomnmnni-
cations on the first
and third Saturday
1' in each month.
Visiting Brothers
W. A. EiMONs, 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-
r'yniSes (andi in 11 r'i:-.- ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualitid parties.
Othtice at the Buoy Ottice, St. Andrews
= B a y , ^ .
__ Prompt and careutil attention given
to all matters submitted to my care.
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fla.

Notary Public for State at large. Of
flce at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited iand givenprompt at-
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buepa Vista avenue.

Homoeopathic Physician and Accout
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
*4 --
Notary Puulic for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
The Storp's iilanelaK.
No one has really seen a stork until
he haS watched him stand on one leg
beslde his nest- After one has seen
this feat he is sure it was a stork.
Nothing in the animal kingdom is more
marvelous than the way this great
bird can balance his long body on a
piece of bone which is no thicker than
a wheat stalk -nd to behold also the
perfect ease' with which he goes to
sleep while still poised in this critical
position. .


Ouc Dollar a Year iu Adtvance,

Entered Sept 3. ]9' 1',.at St. Aidrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congrais of March 3, 1iJ.

F, R )P R I E T o I .

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
montli. Position anrl extrao,'dinaryv
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift,"5c per. line,' first inser-
tion; 2~c each subsequent. Display
locals douibl' a)boe rates.

' f t;iis 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.

Isimshne ^oeietg.
Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

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

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas hot given for you alone,
Pas3 it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the ceed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer.
Colo'rs-Y-l0How antSd White
State color-Deep Orange.
.SoAae-'-Scatter Sunshine."

Written for the Bnoy.
The silent evening hour is comrn
And rest from weary labors done-
The crimson.glow of dying day
In twilight slowly fades away.

Now one by one the stars look down
Upon the wonderous world around;
The darkness falls on land and sea,
And wooes my mind to reverie.

My restless soul in silence borne
Al ft upon the languid night,
In realms of fancy vision roam,
So arandly lost in pure delight.
St. Andrew, Fla., Sept. 1905. J. C. L.

The ancient Greeks owed much of
their physical beauty suppleness of
limb and strength of constitution to
the use of oil as a lotion.
Of late years the great value of oil
rubbing has been recognized by the
medical fraternity, and is used by
them in the treatment of many dis-
eases with the most satisfactory re.
suits. By its use, infants, if delicate,
are strengthened and nourished; if
they have bowel trouble, oil rubbed
on the abdomen assists in remedying
the disorder, relieves the pain and
soothes the child,
If' il is rubbed on the skin of per-
sons in t'ever it prevents the surface
becoming parched; also strengthens
and nourishes the patient as it is ab-
sorbed, so acts as tood.
If a person has cold in the head,
oil rubbed on the nose and breathed
loosens the cold, and freer breathing
is the result. If the cold is on the
laugs, oil rabbQd on the chest soon
relieves the suffocating feeling, and
the cough is less harsh.
Oil ruubed on the sides, back and
chest is one of the most, helpful
things that can be done for a con-
sumptive; it loosens the cough and
helps build up the tissues. Physicians
say a consumptive's case is hopeful
as long as he retains his flesh. -This
the-oil aids in doing.
Nothing equals in its efficiency an
oil bath lor a new born babe; the oil
being well rubbed over the flesh, then
rubbed off with a soft cashmere
And finally, the woman that wish-
es to keep her complexion fresh and
skin tree from wrinkles patiently rubs
oil on tl-rface. Almond oil is consid-
ered thie best for the face; cocoanut
or olive oil for other purposes. If

theh,) are nut avail:r ble, laid will an-
sb\\e. For lthe ,l I ub, take a small
l irLiun and i ib it thc iougilvy inti,
the llesh.--llealih.

\Ve are eiiliei i:ia edl or lo,\cied by
our associations. Maniin-r.i, lcuil, r,
init.llect and I .:urals ar all directly
influenced by our sunrjunldings, an.d
those \liho choose for thermn-elve
friend. of an inferior ca.tle-- whether
of iind or of rnanners, of morals or
ul condu'c;- lall to the irvel of their
choice. .
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According to John Adams, It Shqild
Be July 2.
On the 3d of July, 1776, John Adams,
then one of the representatives of Mas-
sachusetts In the Continental congress,
wrote to his wife Abigail:
"Yesterday the greatest question wal
decided which was ever debated in
America, and a greater perhaps never
was nor will be decided among men."
In a second letter, written the same
day, he said:
"But the day is past. The 2d of July
will be the. most memorable epocha in
the history of America. I am apt to be-
lieve that it will be celebrated by suc-
ceeding generations as the great anni-
versary festival. It ought to be com
memorated as the day of deliverance
by solemn acts of devotion to God Al-
mighty. It ought to be solemnized
with pomp and parade, with shows,
games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and
illuminations from one end of this con-
tinent to the other from this time for
ward, forevermore."
When the resolution was taken up oi
the 2d, all the states, except New York.
voted to accept it. Thus, on the 2d
day of July, 1776, the independenc<
of the thirteen united colonies from
the throne of Great Britain was defi
nitely decided upon. The 2d, and no.
the 4th, may be called the true date of
the separation. We could with propri
ety celebrate the Fourth two days ear-
lier. that-the participants in the work
considered the 2d as the true date is
shown by the letters written by Johi
Adams, quoted at the beginning of the
article. The popular fancy, however.
seized upon the 4th, the date of accept
aneB of Jefferson's more dramatic dec-
laration of the reasons for the sepa
ration, as the proper day to celebrate.
The debate upon the docurment wn
contlritedA unwt. .t a at(j-iten. lO o t-,-
4th, and, -says Jefferson, might have
run on interminably at any other sea-
son of the year. But the weather wa-;
oppressively warm, and the hall in
which the deputies sat was close to a
stable, "whence the hungry flies
swarmed thick and fierce, alighting onr
the legs of the delegates and biting
hard through their thin silk stockings
Treason was preferable to discomfort,"
and at last the delegates were brought
to. such a state of mind as to agree to
the Declaration without further amend-
It Is a mistake to suppose that the
document was signed by the delegates
on that day. It is improbable that any
signing was done save by John Han-
cock, the president of the congress, and
Charles Thomson, the secretary.-Paul
Lelaud Havworth In Harper's Maga-

No Twliivht In Mexico.
There is almost no twilight in Mex-
ico. You watch the sun. a blazing orb,
descending with growing swiftness and
wreathed in a veil of fire toward the
horizon. Around, the air is amber tint-
ed, glowing. Suddenly It begins to
drop behind the distant mountains, and
the shadows advance across the plain,
swallowing up the landscape in mellow
gloom. The shadow draws near and
nearer-envelops the town. Behind you
the sky is still lit up with the rosy
beams. A line of shadow creeps swift-
ly up the rugged sIdes of old Popocate-
petl, obscuring completely the base of
the mountain as it advances. Up, up
the snow capped crest, deepening in
tint until at last it hangs like a great
opal against the darkening sky. A mo-
ment it remains so, glowing and quiv-
ering as If on lire-grows smaller and
Is gone. Night has come.
Through the dusky silence you seek
your hotel, passing on the roadside si-
lent figures, fagot laden. "Adios, se-
nor." Their soft voiced greeting falls
upon yorr ear like a benediction.-Lee
W. Ziegler in llRccreation.

Proving His Iove.
Bride--i1 knov.' you don't I-love me!
Gro(2i--Why, chiil, what makes you
any ith.it? lride- !Icause you're not
je;:l.v.i. Why, Maiyme Gray's been
n;arri j- nc'::rly a year, and her hns-
b:;nd's :-S, j('t:ors that he's shot at her
t'-vice and tried to kill himself three
tiu .e.:

ioor Pr.lish.
"So he said I was a polished gentle-
man, did lie?".
'Well-ys. It was the same thing."
"Ah! What was tihe exact word?"
"lie said : ;',: were a slippery fellow,"
--Clevelanid Leader.

Not Qnite (Clear.
Green--Jones was run over by a trol-
ley car ye:stieriy. They say he cannot

recover. Brown -Who said he couldn't
recover, his doctor or his lawyer?-Chl-
cago News.

Her Idea.
Mr. Settledown-I'd prefer to stay at
home once in awhile. My idea of do-
mestic bliss was to have a home of our
own. Mrs. Settledown--Exactly, and
some place else to go to.

Ad(nirt1:'on is tlio daughter of ig-
noralncc-- Franklin.


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~rfull uhiK'

kf A.all]
Lt .IM"t hen
d ~Lhen

ue er 'ut'
a r 'k rji.n d r j c- ( '.nft.. rsrt-.ii'g, but
water when !ie hadi emerged in full an'
inal splendor, he became 'a man of
mark; indeed, so much so' tht seriould
1., .:l ;Arose. Throughout the city,
are various corps de garde, and the
sentinel qn duty before, each of these,
while allowed merely to present arms
to an officer of lower rank, must,
whenever he catches sight of a gen-
eral otlicer, call out the entire guard
to present arin'i, with the beating of
"Hlere our American was.a source of
much difficulty, for whenever any sen-
tinel caught sight of is gorgeous
epaulets in the distance the guard was
Instantly called, arms were presented
and drums beaten, much to the de-
light of our friend, but even more to
the disgust of the generals of the Rus-
sian army and to the troops, who thus
rendered absurd homage and found
themselves taking part in something
like a bit of comic opera."-Exchange.
A Street Scene, Bomibay.
A man clad only in a yellow seni
and turban opens a mouth stained
with the vivid vermilion of betel juice
to show that the mnango seed jusi
swallowed has already become a smalt
tU-ce with green lalnves pushing toward
the light. A woman appeari-,' next
upon the scene, bringIng a crying baby
in a closed hamper of bamboo, A
dozen swordss are instantly thrust
through tie interrtices amid the ear:
piercing yells of the supposed victim.
but as soon as the formidable blades
are withdrawn the nine lived infant
tumbles out of thebasket and sila ami-
to the assembled audience, holding ou)i
her .tiht brown hand for the well tie--
served backsheesh.
, As the fun waxes faast aandi furious
sundry quarrels and ic.rIiln.it li'L be-
tween the rival nlagicianls attract tihe
.lrerx'erni o'O ]i.;iV 11 ai

symbolized by red tln-c.,nii and blue
tunic, soon disperse the rb-'rmieri,,
bag and baggage, hastening the en-
forced' departure with unIlihit';d kicks
and thumps, submissively received.

Peter the Great and Lawyers.
In Russia during the re!gn of P'eter
the Great private litigants might have
their suits prosecuted free of cost by
lawyers paid by the state. The emper--
or, discovering that his subjects were
being imposed upon by their legal
agents, who contrived to delay trials
until they had sucked their clients dry,
enacted that sufficient solicitors and
attorneys should be employed at hand-
'some yearly salaries to officiate for
the public in every matter of law. IIe
ordered further that these men should
insert in a register written up daily
the dates of applications to them and
should proceed with the suits in the
order in which they were received
without respect of persons. If they
failed to do so, if they accepted any
bribe or fee or if they were dilatory
these lawyers were to be knouted and
ienlt to :-l.I.r':,

Tlii 1)og lin, _\k u i'h Ittnlcs.
In no well attvrajed c;ase has a do",
shown any seans as to the Inature of
any Incc]lnic'al conlrlvanc-. Dogs will
learn which way a door opens, rind
rarely if ever do they undiscernlngly
close it when It Is slightly ajar when-
they wish to pasp through the opening,
but I have never been able to observe
or obtain evidence to show .that they
would pull down the latch In the way
In which a cat readily learns to do.
Much as dogs have had to do with
guns, they display no kind of interest
In the arms except so far as they are
tokens of sport to come. They con-
nect the explosion with.the capture of
the game and will search for it In the
direction iu which the barrel was
pointed. I Tiave not, however, heen
able to find that they know, as they
might readily do, when the weapon
was loaded and when empty. They
show no interest in it, such as mon-
keys- readily display toward uIny ine-
chinical cuntriviunce to which their at-
tention has been directed. All' these
negative features indicate that the m(e-
chanical side of the canine mind-is en-
tirely undeveloped. Loudon Standard.

Men Who Isul.e C('lub.s.
As to social cimbs of mein, t. ei'' are
two classes of lmembelrs-the positive
and the negative. In an org-'.hi.:atlit
of a thousand members you will find,
probably, nine hlundrtd and ninety-
nine negatives andt onfe positive. This
one positive is seldom the president,
but nearly always the treasurer or sec-
retary. It is he who regards the club
as his home, his family, 'is' wife and

children. His whole heart is wrapped
up in its success. He brings in the
new members and is always on hand
to shoulder burdens which the nega-
tives willingly impose upon him. He
silver rebels, never protests, never comn-
aidns;-. A clib l Is a community of self-
ish lintcrests, as a rlie, and every stilf
ish negative agrees with every other
selfish negative that such and such a
man is the ideal secretary, treasurer
or manager. A Agood secretary or
treasurer is seilo pPromoted; he la too
useful.-New York Pras.

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7-to3'e dfwt
itSo se'n'd n teI~gr'qu to, 4A4 ht'
-sjaejp fva. eN4 and. asking forii
44T-wg~ agreed tc!$hi. '.sn 'fiYli
a gld def*(nseo. Lka t- the yo'mg,"lup

the telegraph o-hi.e to '\hilch the' mi.--
sage had been ordered sent and found
it. The young man was so grateful
to the lawyer that he handed him the
unopened envelope, telling him that he
must take all the money that his
mother had telegraphed him. The law-
yer tore open the'yellow cover, and his
eyes were greeted with these words:
"Put your trust in God. I am praying
for you. MOTHER "

"Aglng" a liaug.
A *ood deal of fraud is practiced In
selling antique "Kazaks," "Daghes-
tans" and similar rugs, for there are
hardly any of these which are more
than fifteen years old. Thy are
"aged" artificially, but you must un-
derstand nevertheless that these rugs
are well made of the very finest wools,
and the, native dyes used a're pure
and good. When they have been made
they are lent in the village to "the
butcher, the baker and the candlestick
mnak-r"--to any one, in fact, in whlise
house there is plenty of traltic. IHre
tie carpets are trampleAd upon 1au
made to look old. They arr afterward
w-ished, in a running st'ro:i;u andl tOen
dried in the sua. And by these nmicanm
the i'iit:; ge't an antiques c;iulexion
and ai certain gloss 'which arie uriich ;ip-
prechiatd. What nmay be called a
genuine i"alntiq!i'" Is thus nm:an if:tc-
tured and sold in the lna:aar fou' tle
tLnes or twenty tines the p11ric for
which it qould be bought in London.-
Constantinople Letter.

Garitaldi's Auhies.
It i;; generally known that QRarbaldl
eft dirle.tlons iln his will ftor the cre0-
lu;liuni of his body and that through
h; 'i rl.- i .'i: of the Italian gov-
lr'i:' .,.'t hi,'j \w hes were. overruled.
yew\c, however, are pr,'ball"ly aware of,

_ji., tULJ t ofi self consciousnc.-.-whicrh
Is evident at every line Of' the dl: cctl~n.
."Facing 'the sea, you shall eriect fpyre'-
two meter's high, built of acacia wood,
niyrtle and other aromatic trees and
plants growfnlg at Caprera. On this
lay a sheet of iron, on which shall be
placed my body, dressed in the red
shirt. A handful of the ashes place near
the coffins of my daughters Rosa and
Anita." The rest were to be blown
away by the wind as seeds of liberty
for other parts of the world.-Londou

Paley on Private Property.
Archdeacon Paley, who died on May
25, 1805, wrote "Evidences of Chris-
tlanity." The archdeacon likened "the
divine right of kings" to "the divine
right of constables" and satirized the
Institution of private property by the
simile of a hundred pigeons in a field
of corn. If, "instead of each picking
where and what it liked, taking just
as much as it wanted and no more,"
ninety-nine of them were to reserve
only the chaff an(l refuse for them-
selves and heap up the rest for "the
weakest, perhaps worst, pigeon of the
flock," that, said Paley, wouMl be just
like human private property.

Four White Fetlocks.
In France in former times a horse
that possessed four white st'll.iin.gs
had tie privilege of being free from
toll. There is a passage in one of the
works of Frederick Mistral, the famous
poet of Provence, to the folI.iwluit ef-
.fect: "By the rule of the road there
was an old custom which was respect-
ed by all, that the carter whose leader
had four white stockings, whether go-
ing uphill or downhill, had the right
not to leave the road-that Ls, the nar-
cow paved part when tihe rest was In
a badn state-and thus arose the prov-
orb, 'Whlo has; four white feet cana~a

t!xiv w t Kr. t (hertr;tr C(are,
'lh t'liiftoni lill (Mo.) u-tler gives,
:Ir' 'ollow\\'ing tllrc i hllois for eatlngi
4iel'ni'an u 'arp: When :1 .l',.. il' you
"iitch a (Gernman carp clan it siiid hang
t out in the sun s Ix weel;s to d;:(', then
ilail it to a pine board and cover it
, !'-..,ir;,ly with salt or innd. Let it
1t:tid ftr Iwp months longer, and then
lbake it two days. IRemove thIe nails,
throw the carp over the ack fen ce
iand eat the board, but never eat thte

The Artist's Industry.
Bacon--You say your artist friend is
Industrious? Egl.', t--Very. Why, I've
known him to work over four years on
one picture. Bacon--Is that possible?
Egbert--It is. tHe was a month paint
Ing it and four years trying to sell tt!-
Yonkers Statesman.

More Appropriate,
Rita-Did you say "This is so stdu
den!" when Jack proposed?
"No. I intended to, you know, hut
I was so flustered that I forgot aud
cried, 'At last!' Instead."

Pro ed.
"Do fishes grow fast, Jimniie?t
"Some of them do. My father caught
one last year that grows an unch every
tIro he talls about it."-Cassell's.

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:ai. aud 6o vt" hmad to iriake tlint ch iaue ir., ,:;' ,,ii t .' troublotls Ittno by'
o; a of strategy. Finally, near the edge ~ bii, thir,,mlit m !ho Ilood, which otly
,o the undelrgrowth, we cornered the "n': ,:.. lu hiis ki;e,,:, and or Atlas, king
tiger. aid it dropped its luckless bur- of i:; Ilr;alnia, iwho is said to have sup-
teln. Theu a bullet from ianexpress :,nted lif wo-i upon hlis shoulders
'ifle ended Its days of pillage. It had

t'arriedl te mann half a mile, and,
itranige to say, he was little injured.-

Corsirn Rland Englinnld.
It i.I in almost forgotten fact that
iifor a period of a little inmre'than two
years during the Napoleonic wars Cor
sica was a British possession. After
the evacuation of Toulon the Blritiih
government felt it necessary to take
the island, a d Lord Hood, with Nel-
son as brigadier, was sent to drive out
the French. With the capture of Calvl.
July 12, 179), where Nelson lost his
eye. tfli isla::.l Tell into I'itish hands.
and (:eor'.e 11. formally accepted the
crown of Corsica, appointing Sir
Georg,. Elliot as British viceroy and
allowing the Corsicans to retail their
legislative assembly. In 1790 the a(-
tivity- of the French navy in other
part. ,of tine Mediterranean resulted iti
a sudden decision of the British gov-
e'Inmient to withdraw from the island.
The evacuation was completed on Oct.
2i of that year, and Corsica reverted tto

Cooking In Naples.
In Naples cooking is done anywhere
and anyhow-inside and outside, on
sheet iron stoves, on tin boxes, in stone
Jars or In clay baked earth. Here a
cobbler slts from early to late out on
a corner of a sidewalk near a public
"l.,ttrlua," to which he attends whben-
ever necessary; when not, he mends;
-also makes shoes. Near him sl a gran-
Ite arrangement Where he cooks his
meals. ItU is about one ',fpot bl,"
r qu a re- and open .a4t 4t -- i-4 te if
deep enough for some charcoaL Be-
,low the coal Is a grate. On one side
at the bottom is an opening for dratt,
and a savory smell always arises from
a little black pot if one passes there
at noon or toward the evening. *I saw
a stove and a woman busy cooking out
on a balcony, with about six feet of
stovepipe braced against the railing.-
Chicago ~'ribune.

Iow Dew Formws.
Dew was formerly supposed to fall
softly from the heavens, and to this
belief may be ascribed many current
and poetical phrases; but dew does
not fall in the exact meaning of the
term. The condensation of watery
vapor follows upon the chilling of the
air. This is seen as the earth cools
toward night, and it takes place most
rapidly near-the ground. Grass and
other vegetation cools more rapidly
than the atr above its The air in con-
tact with plans is thus chilled and de-
posits its moisture upon the leaves of
the plants in dew. When the chilling
of the air proceeds further, the mois-
ture may be precipitated to a consider-
able height above the earth's surface,
and it then becomes what we call fog.
A uDs,'nthI Trag.iedai.
D ivori'ce are tfr''( ti n y piroiiounlld
i ,\ ln "'- ni thi g'Orll hil 0t ill'ilCO
An lllt.f) '' o il tho l i' okl'( ll l ol' iUO i
.i;tihillity of ti-nji er. ln E glniiid we
not nrot go 'o ftar s that, but I h Irfvr
ju *t h,,ard of a ca('Ae \vi er' ini ol
fo so;';'it w o r!;;i' ( t!.' g"r
d(llerr separated ( froril her l!isbnit,.
on exceedingly slight gro und. Sihe
saMl that lie would Insist on the grlsse-'
being turned upisii.e down on the s!ilo
board and that there should be iunti-
nmcassars on the dining room chairs-.
And so, as they could not agree, the
unhappy pair separated. London
An-wers For Naplec.
tir ("harleis Napier hatid a mni n who
tllItl not nii altisw c\\t'i y l'for' li:;. lti .
on.e asked Iciiad niitorni, tt: expl)r
er, lh)W m aily brtkls' th ier. w v r'. In at
newly built brldg,. jU'lchard, kiowx.i
his foible, answeN"'rd without S'l iti-
toll, "T\wo hundred and twenty nine
thousand and ten. Sir Charles." 11 i
turned away and smiled. Another tiue
he ordered a review on a graftd scale
to kunprnet certain fchiers. 'Li utenunnt
Burton, be pleased to Inform these.
gentlemen that I propose to form these
men Into line, then to break into
echelon by the right iand to form square
ou the center batta:llon," and so on, for
about five 1mlxluta, in rnllitary te,'h-
nical terms for whicl^ there, were no
equivalent. in these men's dialects..
"Y's, sir," said Richard, uinth',,
l'uring to the chiefs. tichard said,
'"Oh, 'hirt ,, our great 1ir1n is ',It., to
show your the way w,\e ii:ht:..aind you
must be attentive to the rirt,.-"' iet
then touched his cip to Sir Charles.
"Have you explained all?" he :a-1 .'l
''Everything, sir," answered Richard.
"A most concentrated : i!gII11 that
must be," said Sir (',i; l., riding off
with bis nose in the air.
Gnve the BDride Away.
Stella ~ 1o gave the bride away--
lr'r father? Bella No, her little
brother. During the ceremony he told
ever:, ihing he know about her.

Let us watch our beginnings and re-
wlWi Ia tl manage hnemseive .-c-la r .

Motley'R First London Dinner.
When Mr. Motley, the historian, wad
American minister to London he had
trouble at his first dinner party. Mr.
Leveson Gower says: "At that time
couples were sent In to dinner in pairs,
but nobody's place was fixed. Utlfor*
tuuately the Turkish ambassador wag
allotted to Lady Waldegrave, who did
not care to have him as her neighbor.
She consequently told him that hil
place was at the other side of the ta.
ble. lie, with oriental politeness, did
as sbe bade him and sat down opposite
to hler. This upset the whole arrange-
inenrlt. Tihe couples: wandered about the
room like sheep that were being driven
out of a field. Mr. Motley, who had ev-
ery m'rit except a good temper, went
into a passion, and I nearly died of
la ughing."

Antiquity a f WIIt*
The manufacture of wire is of vcry
ancient origin. It has been traced back
to the earliest Egyptian history. Speci-
mens are In existence which can be
proved to date to 1700 B. C. The Ken-
sington museum has a specimen which
was made in Minera 800 years B. C.
Ancient literature contains many refer-
ences to wire. From the rains of HIet'
eilaneum metal heads have been ex-,
humed on which the bair Is represented
by. nilro. There Is uo iquestlon that thin i .
anlch-rIt wire was Lade by harnher1l
iout the metal which tva always '
bronze -or of the preclus grorp. ,"This "i
hleld utre bo~ l made prevltoistep--VI A
fghrrtenth Cmetury, dnrhiig' ewplc '.b i

,!forgatling te metal by -forcing ai
through a conical orifice, made iuaomn
suhr tance harder than the netal treat':,".'
ed, was lovented.-Cassler's Magazine. ,.

rmirecent w' nv of Putting It.
This is,a scientific way: "If a manr
falls asleep in the sitting posture with
Ilis mouth open his jaw drops. Th
tongue not being In contact with the
hard palate, the succotorial space it
obliterated, the soft.palate no longer
adheres to the roof of the tongue, and
if respiration be carried on through
the mouth the muscular curtain begins
to vibrate." And this is the popular
form: "If a man doesn't keep his
mouth shut when asleep he will snore,

A C-rckod That Stntterl.
rE('n the, cuckoo, which has no home,
Is striang ,'s.ex district an old cuckoo, known to
the w'liih- p:ac", by a distinctive stam-
iner In i'; spc,, ii. wns seen and teard
r'eginhrl'ly In thie s;ine; parish for seven
cousecLiruiv ye'ara. -I .ondon Outlook.

:,>tii { s l Oportunity.
(Grii t o, o)Iorlltiesi seldom present
I!iti msivI!., liu( vc' o n moment of every
Ih 'nr of thy n onisclious life Is an opp-
tnnity toi i 'mpro)\' thys-lf. which for
til'e Ik the bt.st tanid umost necessary
thing. --Ruli~ i.

A sim'i w'omaun.
"iliggimis' wifl'e tliiks he is (h
si 't!Pt-.WI-;l bi;l 0 1t io irth."
"No." ntis \l'tW MIss Cayenne: "Rhe
d.'wsn't 'tiltik s,. tShe merely makes
Bliggins think s!he thinks so."
.. "T--- 2"-
Still wrme.
Pern.hlie-- It's dr'idfufll Papa watlts
rnet t ,, array a Lman I have never seen.
lPdlit: 'f Th nohl' ihlmi. My father
\\ns t!t ie to nal'rr'v ml nn I hnve seen.


One disease of thinness in
children is scrofula; in adults,
uonsullllption. Both have poor
blood; both ueed more fat.
'I'ic.sc d. liicssc thrive on lean-
iess. Fat is the best means of
)ovIcolillig them; cod liver oil
Ikallitk the best and healthiest
fat and



is the easiest and most effective
form of cod liver oil. Ifere's a
natural order of things lhat
Hilown s why Scott's E mlsion is
of so much value in all cases of
ri'ofiila nd nil consmi pfion. More
i; more w\,ig-ht, more nouriah-
m,,l,ft, t l,.,t'H wly.

Scrid for frree sample.

SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
404-415 Pearl Street, New York
51a;, 2i; 1$.oo I as It AUtldUgg

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point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
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Makes regular trins between St. An-
rewa Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and special atten-
tieu paid t', handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
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Equipped With Two Gaoline-Englnes,
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,eaves St. Andrews iay every Monday
leaves Pensacola every Thursday
weather penuitting). Special attend
lion will be giren to receiving and
forwarding freight for Darties living on.
Eiattand North Bay, passengers for
points u either arm of the Bay can
depend open seenring prompt trans-
cortation at reasonable rates. Pas-
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Carries the ha.it bay Mail between St.
Andre.w. Hbit, \'t-taplrpj aid intermiedi-
tiepuiilts. l.e'i s- St. Anilres daily
ije'ere.t 'Su'nduJa i t (d. 0.( In.; arrive at
V'etappo at 1'2:30 p,. an.; leave Wetappu
at 1:0tt p. im.; arrimre at St. Andrens at
:3 p. in. Mla es la dliimi regirlarly at
H*Arri s L', Cfsinitoin, b'n r I'.ter, tia-
burg, iand Fat .indle. FIreiight lua ded at
aiyr piprtffic-te %'irf. For pIraten, ger and
freight rptes, seea ie r nie d I; the sev-
real peri |>licei.
". A. WirmHitm t.. Manager.

A \Vtcl's WVeatlier.
[le fullowin. table gives the niaxi-
muum, iuiinurmi and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the tweuty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p in.. as indicated by U. S.
governmeltt self-registering tbermom-
oter. kfa x:Min. Me.n.lR'u. W'd.
Sept...27 80 74 77 .33 no
28 75 70 13 .92 ne
29 88. 70 79 .00 se
30 84 74 79 .b8 se
October 1 88 76 82 .00 se
2 87 71 79 .00 se
S 3 87 66 77 .10 se
i'orweek.. 84 I 72 78 12.03
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The Presbyterian Sunday school be-
ilKg united w:th that of the M. E.
church a union school will be conduct-
ed every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
iu the M. 1E, church.
Prayer me6tiug.every Thursday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in the M. E. church.
Everybody'is~cordially invited to all
of these services;

The Wel~ht' of the World.
A cubic foot of earth weighs about
vye and a half times as much as a
cubic foot of water. A cubic mile of
earth then weighs 25,049,300,000 tons.
The volume of the earth is 259,880,000,-
O00 cuble miles. The weight\ of the
world without its atmosphere is 6,666,-
S20,000,00C,000,000,000 tons. If we add
to this the weight of the atmosphere
given above, we get a grand total-
,066,255,819,o00,000,000,W00 tons..

Full of Tragic Meaning.
aee these lines from J. H. Simmons, of
Casey, la. Think what might have re-
sulted from the terrible couerb if be had
not taken the medicine about which he
writes: "I had a fearful eough that dis-
turbed my night's rest.) I tried every-
thing, but nothing would relieve it, un-
til I took Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which
completely cured me." Instantly re-
lieves and permanently eures all tbboat
wad lung diseases; prevents grip and
pneumonia. At A. H. Brake's store.
guaranteed; 5Oc and $1; Trial bottle
---"^*^^^** -*
A luried l'rlAncul.
F. I-c'vesolt-Gower, long prominent in
nagolal puillished a volume of rem.
Intslencea, to arMih he tells, the story
of Princes Ilieven: "Whal the' prin-
eas chiefly suffered from was intense
boredom, which amounted almost to a

drlease. if nobody called during the
afternoon, Rsh would. roll on the floor
from enn i. On one occasion, wbhe on
her way from England, she got so
much alarmed at the prospect of trav-
elng from Calais to Paris alone that
she offered a seat in her carriage to a
swepectable looking clergymairon board
the steamer, which he joyfully accept-
ed. Wh e seated beside her, he talked
Soitneesasnt ly as to drive her wild. She
could only relieve her feelings by put-
ttg her head out of the window and
screaming out to the winu, 'II m'ennuie
--I m'ennle!' (NIe fatigues me.)"


-The coming on .or cooler weather
pnouraged the young people to in-
lulge in a social dance at Ware's Hall
last Saturday night.
--Hlank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
ozeu; also blank receipt tabe- 1(0 re
ipts in a block, 10c each, at the Bumoy
ce. "
Parker'iodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
cot in regular Vommuniuation next
turday at 2.00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
aons in good standing are invital
pat ticipate.
The Buoy is informed that there.
an oyster bake planned at Cap-
lexander and [Iill's re-'lm:r.lcee in
End, last Thursday evening; but
lars were not learned.
ou never have and may never again
San opportunity to get so fine a
tain pen for so little money as you
Bow by complying with the condi-
f the coupon to be found el-,:'
this page.
eadacne is caused by a disor-
dition of the stomach and is
ured by Chamberlain's Stom-
L~mstftTa& bt.- Por salertvy-L..
M Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead
and all medicine dealers.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bav date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Bucna Vista
,Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-Every man owes it to himself and
his family to master a trade or profes-
sion. Read the display advertisement
of the six Morse Schools of Teleeraphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a
young man or lady may learn telegra-
phy and be assured a Position.
-The yellow fever situation in Pensa-
cola, after showing up decidedly worse,
with twent-five new cases in one day;
by the latest report shows again a
marked .improvement, with only five
new cases and no death for one day.
There appears to be gradual improve-
ment, also, in New Orleans.
-The Buoy's Tompkins report was
not received until Tuesday night, and
was preceded by so much other work.
that it is unavoidably crowded out. Re-
porters should bear in mini that work
in a well-regulited print-shop is a good
deal like clock-work, anu that their fa-
vors, intended for publication, MUST be
in hand not later than Monday night.
A nisihoui,'. un.
Henry Ni'ps 'lierce. Epist-r.p.11 lis hl'r
of Arkansns. wn s ns inv-.ter it n ,n
clever a pun-trri- n t7'O' n~ot.-l Cn~clli'
divine, Sydiney Smith. On one. o,.'0 u
sion a lady in expr'st.irg her adr.mirn
tion of his erudition epclainiad:
"Why, bishop, you are a pertlect oe.dii
of learning."
"No. madam," was the modest re-
Joinder, "I'm only a part of tLe see of
Use Allen's Foot Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
damp, and get tired easily. If you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Alien's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen, sweating
feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pain. Try it to-
day. Sold by all druggists and shoe
stores. Don't accept any substitute.
Trial package FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N Y.
A Clever Ruse.
When Thurlow was lord chancellor
)f Enland he was much at outs with
the bihiop of London. 'the latter was
vlslted one day by a clergyman who
;ought appointment to a fat living then
vacant. He wanted a letter of recom-
nendation to Lord Thurlow, but the
)iehop said such a letter was likely to
lo more harm than good. Nevertheless
':M wrote It. When Thurlow read the
niRnsive lie said, "Well, as that seoun-
Irel, the bishop of London, has intro-
luced you, you won't get the living."
'So the bishop said, my lord," was the
ueock reply. "Did the bishop say so?"
roared "Ihurlow. "Then I'll prove him

a liar, for you shall have the living."
-.Aun he was as good as his word.
'*'. Good Both Ways.
Bishop Wilson of Calcutta, whoso
.spches ar? often quoted, had the
happy faculty of saying the right thing
it ail times. :: -.
On one occasion two yrung people
vhost, fathers were famous', for their
diverse and peculiar views on Biblical
subjects came to see the bishop.
"Ah." said he as he greeted one,
"your father wrote a great work on
the Apocalypse. I congratulate you
on being the daughter of such a mant."
Then. turning to his other guest, he
said: "And your father forbore to
write atout the Apocalypse-a wise
forbenrance. You are to be congrat-
ulated on Imnning so wise a father."
one of the Cluater.
A man is but a cluster on the great
human grapevine. He begins to dry
'ip the nmomment he is cut off from his
fellows. There Is something in the sol
darity of tIhe human race which can-
lot be aceomroted f'or in the sum total
!f all the fludividuals. Separation from
he fmalss involves a mighty loss of
uower in the Inldllvluil, just as there
s a loss of cohesion and adhesion in-
vol,' : i t he separation of the mole
ule.- and UirOms of the diamond. The
.alu of tIhe gIm Is in the close contact,
Ie cjlanpattness and the concentration
'f tie' pariticlos which compose it. Thp
nlol.*ent they nmie separated its value is
.rone. So a strong, effective Muan gets
t large part of his strength from the-
.'1:al ce'. :l., io in with his fellows.--Sue

In Doubt.
Farmer Blake (at New York restau-
rant)-Waal, Miranda, here's spinach
iO0 cents. I wonder naow if that's a
peck or bushel.-Life.

Founded on Ilerrtln4 IloneS.
Ditllc t uiouoioly o01 the NorLb sea
fi.hltg ground.i during the seventeenth
"pcentry, .r'.nght r sclh wealth and pros-
perily to Aaisit-r'laiu tbha the capital
of I-;!.a:i.l \:-, i, p ipularly said to be
.uii .'I I in u rriii,; bones.. No less
than F),.O00 HI.l:tiihl*rs were directly
;, ,nl.l in liL-,l;,g the coasts from
., r. Ycm.'-'uth to as far north as the
Stb thu.it s, and l 71.1,000) more were em-
!>lh..,i. Indltr 'etly, in the dli.trllutlion
and tii of The i '- 4h. Sir W i ltor littleilgh
,o'i ...1 Out to J lnes i. how the Dutch
sold to the Yiriir.ilt herring nmng'Ers
tHl, caught in their own seas for Eng-
lish gold., :ilk which they built an-
nually a thousand ships and fishing
boa ts .
The Volce of Sincerity.
Children are said to be gooel, al-
tho~lgh unconscious, judges of human
naturf4, and most of It.ie do at least
Crec.oCnize sincerity and ,i rct pretense.
"Come here, my little iitrlling." said
the book agent. i-la hadl a face which
belied her words, but she was trying
to cultivate th.. little daughit'l-r of the
woman n who had not yet come down-
stairs. "I do so love children," she
added, in a clear tone, as she heard
footsteps on the stairs, "but you seem
to like the kitty better than me. Why
are.you so fouwl of her?"
"'Cause she purs as if she meant
it," said the little girl calmly:



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
i cures made by Dr.
I Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
| the great kidney liver
J .y It is the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
Steenth century, dis-
covered after years of
scientific research by
nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything but if you havekid-
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
3hase relief and has proved so successful in
very case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
ample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
:ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
,Vhen writing mention reading this generous
ffcr in this paper and
e-d your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-
ilarton, N. Y. The
S 1-i.r fifty cent and Hornmerf wamp-Root.
o,;r ~:ie are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make auy mi-take, but remein-
ber the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kil-
n.uri Swranp-Ro',t, and the address,
Binaii'hanmtn, N. Y., on every bottle.

Why the MyitCry Tale suceeees.
The mystery element enters to a
greater or less degree Into fiction of
every kind. Indeed, it is the base of
all literary interest. Primarily we
red a story "to see how it comes out,"
and, other thling-i wl ing equal, the
story In which the element of sus-
pense by deft construction and subtle
iha:,ivg is most sur-ct.cfully paiatain-
ed will be the most universally satisfy-
,ng and popular. The mystery tale ot
today is a story in which tire eol~uint
of sispeuse ts deiiberately enlarged
AinW (:nlluhansed until it i1,r'ii:)ntr.6 er-
cry other con'idernation In the story.
(Ta i;acterizan ion, altmosi ,here, emotion
tl valuet:.-all become subordiuat''d to
i"- g~ura!i tl;isie.uss ot' plot dev-: ),mu'nt
T'lloi mnarshiling of incident, the sue-
.-'oii of (citnuses in cre.?fenOdo order.
,;. r.u'julative nsweep of the narratiLve
vhiic ~le Hs"'cret of the outcome is c're-
,,tly withlldh!i, is the affatii hero. Like
, 'lae is unirolled until with the conclud-
:i>g par ngrnaphs the meaning of all that
i'nc onuc before is made clear.-Lee F.
Hartman in IIarper's Weekly.

aact. About flanHna..
UTnder very favorable circumstances
a banana plant may give a stem of
fruit In nine months, but it generally
takes from fifteen to eighteen months
for the average plantations to be in full
bearing. The life .of a plantation
varies nn'riinig to tlhe fertility of its
soil ahd topographical situation. Some

soils may need a rest in six or seven
years, m I IP t ctlatrs mayy lauit practically
forever, as sin ises where periodically
enrich-ed iby- ,'alluvial deposits. Sandy
loamn, through which water or rain will
freely percolate, is the best soil for
bananas. The stalk needs a large
amount, of rainfall for its successful
development, but water must not be
allowed to remain on the sarfm-e or
immediately under the surface of the
soil surrounding It, lest the water be
heated by the tropical sun and be-
come stagnant, in which case it will
kill the plant.--Ch(bcgo Journal.

Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
"Last year 1 had a very severe attack
of indigestion. I could not sleep at uight
and asufered most excluclattug pains for
three hours after each meal. I was trou-
bled this way for about three months
when I used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Livor Tablets, and received immie-
diate relief," say' John Dixon. Tulla-
more, Ontario', Canada. For sale by L. M.
Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead and all
taedicine deal rs.

Two of Many Ifferences.
A woman tells most whl'n she is sad,
and a man tells all when he Is scared.
You can jolly anything out of a wo
man; you can bluff a man out of his
breeches.-Richmond Missourian.
The Ctlerk Wnm Rl rght.
"Well," said ymat. as e vainly
tried to got into a No. 12 shoe with the
aid of four shoe horns, "the clerk that
sold me the, n shoes was right. I should
ha:vc worn the box."
Tonmny- Papa, Is it always lamp
where they ralse mushrooms? Papa--
Yes, my son. Tomin I -. that why theyI
Ihok like uial.'-a Ila'-?

County Commissioners' Certiti-
-S cate.
We, the undersigned, Connty Com-
missioners of Washington county, Fla.,
having had it brought to our knowledge
that it has been reported that the court
house Las been condemned by said
county commissioners, we hereby ce:-
tify that said building has not been
condemned by said board, and that we
deem it safe and adequate to lill the
public needs and demands.
In witness whereof we have herunto
set our hands, this 15th day of Sep-
tenmber, 1905. A. L. Harrell.
Chairman of said Board.
B. F. Swindle,
E. Singleton,
W. H. Wesley,
J. M Porter,

Sone ic easonable Advice.
It may I-e a Ldece of superfluous advice
to urge peopleIat this season of the year
to lay in a supply of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is almost sure to be
needed before winter is over, 'and much
more prompt and satiifactor results are
.obtained nlien taken as soon as a cold is
contracted asa before It has become set-
tled iui the i em', which 'can ioaly be
done by keepil; T1~~e'emedy at h.,nd
This remedy is so widely known and so
altogether good that no one should hes:-
tute about buying it in preference to any
oth-r, It is. or sale by L. M: Ware, St.
Andrew and Bdayhead and all medicine
'lnse 1'ouibiliiiea.
A Richmond (Va.) Judge tells a story
which illustrates the difficulty met in
trying to to.'p the carrying of pistols.
A tough youth was brought before the
judge, charged with firing a revolver
in the street The testimony in the
case was to the effect that the young
hoodlum had filled himself with whis-
ky and had discharged his weapon in
a crowded street. "Twenty dollars and
costs," said the magistrate. "But, your
honor," interposed counsel for the pris-
oner, "my client did not hit anybody."
"Why, you admit that he fired the
gun?" "Yes, but he fired In the air,"
explained the lawyer. "Twenty dol-
lars and costs," repeated the judge.
"He might have shot an angel." And
the riotous fellow went to jail, not
having the money to pay his fine.
A Curions Custon.
In Byfleld, a rS:Ill Northampton-
shire village In EngL.nd, a curious old
custom is still observed In connection
with the letting of certain land. The
ceremony is held in different licensed
houses in the vicinity, and the clergy-
man presides over the proceedings.
The company, chiefly consisting of lo-
cal farunic.-Y. Is seated round a large
table. I're gently one of them rises and
bids a certain amount, immediately
walking round the table and out of the
door. If this can be done before the
next bid is made, the land Is his for the
season; if not, bidder No. 2 commences
the walk, and so on. This curious auc-
tion occupies some considerable time
and ca se grjieat excitement.
Now Cure for Cancer,
All surface cancers are now known to
be curable, b. Backlen's Arnica Salve
,as. Walters, of Duftiold. Va., writes:
*I had a cancer on *my lip for years'
that seemed incurable, till Bucklen's
Arnica Solve healed it, and now it is
perfectly .well." Guaranteed cure for
cuts and burns. 25c. at A. H. Brake's

"In the straight toothbrush one thigh
bone of a beef twelve inches long and
four in diameter will cut four perfect
Blanks. The same bone will cut only
two of these fancy curved pieces.
That's one thing that makes the dif-
ferenee in cost between plain and fan-
cy," said a manufacturer. "When the
bone is cut to length and shaped, bris-
tles are hand drawn by wire or thread
through the brush part, each group of
bristles having its own leader. Then
they are securely fastened, and the
work is finished. When the bristles
first go in they are fully three inches
long. After being firmly secured they
are cut down to the size required.
What bristle is best? Well, in some re-
spects that's a matter of taste. It is
all hog bristle, but whether soft or
hard depends on the user."

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no matter where it is located. This is
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exclusive business brokers in the coun-
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to offer? We bring buyer and seller to-
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Buy An Established l nsitess,
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in the country, and can place you in an
established, good-paying business, no
matter where you wish to locate. Write
today and let us know what you want.
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Pittsburg. Pa.

Annually, to fill the new positions cre-
ated by Railroad and Telegraph Com-
panies. We want YOUNG MEN and LA-
UIEi of good habits to
We furnish 75 per cent of the Opera-
tors and Station Agents in America.
Our schools are the largest exclusive
Telegraph Schools in the World. Estab-
lished 20 years and endorsed by all lead-
ing Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every stu-
dent to furnish him or her a position
paying from $40 to $60 a month in states
east of the Rocky Mountains, or from
$75 to $100 a month in states west of the
Rockies, immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at any time. No
vacations, For full particulars regard-
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our executive office, Cincinnati, O. Cat-
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The Morse School

Cincinnati, O.
Atlanta. Ga.
Texarkana, Te

of Telegraphy,
Buffalo, N. Y.
LaCrosse, Wis.
x San Francisco, Cal.

A 140. r Ifyou want to get the
es hlet returns for
3,r lubur and
4 .ur gr.ndun.
)wi canr't b ff..rd
~IF, 1'ial yllh;ui; Lu i

-the standard after 49 years'
test. They always produce
the largest and surest
crops. All dealers sell
them. Our 1905
Seed Annual
free on request.
D. M. FERRY & Co.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 ;Laws of FloTida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of Tax Certificates,
Nos. herinatter named, dated the 3d day of June, A. D. 1902, has filed s.id certifi-
cates in my office, and has made apuiicalion for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace the following described prop rty, situated in
Washington county, Florida, to-wit:
No. Cer- Descriptiou Assessed as
tificate. of property. property of
115 slI of swl, less 15acres............ 4 4 14 Unknown..........
128 lets 6, 7 8 and 10, blk 14, ...... s1 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
129 lots 16, 17 and 18, blk 15,....... s.2 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
130 lot 2, blk 18......................s 35 3 15 L M Knowles.......
131 lot 3, blk 18,.................. sl 35 3 15 Unknown .........
132 lots 7 and 8, bk 21. .......... s. 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
134 lots 8 and 9,blk 7............ swi4 36 3 15 Unkuown .........
137 lots 5 and 8, blk 31............ s 35 3 15 Unknown
138 '55 acres of nii................ swlY46 6 3 15 Unknown .........
140 lot 8 blk 7 ..... ............. nch 1 4 15 Elias Edwards......
145 blk 15, less lots 14, 15 and 16.. ne 1 4 15 T. G. Trisket.......
146 lots Ito 5, and 12 to 17, blk 24.ne 1 4 15 Unkuown..........
150 lots 21, blk 15............... nw 1 4 15 Unknown ..........
152 lot 1blk 16...................nw 1 4 15 J.E. Rolertson.....
154 lots 6f, 7,11,12 and 13, blk 6...nw 1 4 15 J. S. Boyd.........
155 lots 10, 17 and 18, blk 16...... nwi 1 4 1F Unknown .........
156 lots l2 16 and 18, blk 17..... nw 1 4 15 Unknown.......
The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of said certificate in Ihe
names designated with each certificate. Unless said cr'-tificates shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on -the 6th day of November, A. D.
[L. 8.] Witneas my official signature and seal this 'the 1st day of October,
A. D.1905 W, C. LOCKEY, Clerk Circuit Court,
of Washington Coudnty, Florida.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 6 of Clhapl Notice is hebe gieyen hant -.f. DT.1' .i MFI. purchasdor ot Tax Certi inctes
Nos. as herein.a'for ai.tln du tea the 6th day of July, a. i., 1903, h;is lil: s.ud
ceitificate iu nmy ottice, ,tiad b.As Inade alpiilic:,tion f r tax deed to issue in, ;.'u'rd-
ace wth law. Said certiticates embrace- ilut: irlowing described property.s.tuated
il WashingtonI c ,unryt, Florida, to-wit:
No. Cer- Descriptionu Se Tp., l.w A.ssesscd as
tificate. of property. property of'
84 sl of set and nei of set............ 9 5 12 0. E.Bramaga,....
85 ., olot 3............... ............10 5 12 C. E. Brain gai,....
90 10 acses ii se corner ot ei of s-A.. 5 4 13 It. Howard, est....
97 et.1 of sel ofswi and b)k 29, les
i ts 24. 29, 39.and 40.............35 3 14 T. J. Reese........
101 n.~, of blk 8 and w)2 of lot 4, blk 25
ni................... : ........ 8 4 14 Unknown.........
104 net .............................35 3 15 Unknown ..........
105 lota 7, 5, 11, 20, blk 3 ............ 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
106 lot 14, "Ik 14................. s12 35 3 15
107 lots l to 10, blk 9..............s 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
112 lot 6 i,lk 17 .... ...... ........ si 35 3 15 Nettie Opdale ......
116 lots 16 and 21, blka122........ s4 35 3 15 Unknown........
118 lots 2, 3, 4, 8, 1, 16, 19, 20, blk
215 .... ............ ........ s 35 3 15 Unknown .......
119 lots 5, 6,-11, 13 14,15, blk 26,....s 35 3 15 Unknown..... ...
122 lots 9, 10,' i, '), blk 13.......sw* 36 3 15 Unknown ..........
123 lot 2, ,llk t; ................. swi 36 3 15 A.J. Rood..........
1,- 4 lot 3, lk I;l................... swj 36 3 15 A. ;. ,' randall......
1J6 It t 16, bik 1k7...............sw 36 3 15 Unknown ..........
127 lots 1, :3, 4, bik 18 .... sw 36 3 15 Unknown ..........
128 lots 2 and 4 to 8, blk 20........sw 36 3 15 Unknowni..........
129 of lots 1 and 2, blk 3.........swi 36 3 15 Unknown ..........
132 lot 4, blk 10.................... set 3(i 3 15 1L. 1'. Sihit ........
133 lotsl to 14 ai.d 17 aridl8, 1,lk24 se 36 3 15 Unkuown ..........
135 lots 19 and 20, bk 7.......... net 1 4 15 Unknown..........
136 lots 1 ) and 11, blk 8...........unel 1 4 15 T1'. C. HLauge........
138 lots 7 to 18, blk 11 ............ ne 1 4 15 Unknown ..........
137 lots 3,'6, 8and 9, blk 10........ uei 1 4 15 Unknown .........
139 lots 14, 15 d 16, blk 15,...... nu 1 4 15 c. H. Chrispen ....
147 lute 7,and 11, b1k 17... ...... uwl 1 4 15 UnIIHown .........
The said Innd heing asse-sed at the date of the issuance of such ceitiii.ates
in the names designated wi h each certificate Unless said certificates shall Ice
redeoeued according to law, tax deed will is ue thereon on the 6th day of No-
veomber, A. u. 19'i5. W
[L. s.j \Witnesi I y official signature a.:id seal this the Ist day of October,
A .19.05. V W.(C. IOCKEY, Clerk Circuit Couri.
o f AVtsbhi(ntou! C unItyv, Florida.

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf




Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:%0 p. m.


St. Andrew,

Wednesday, 8:00 a. mo
Wednesday ,10:00 a, m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:00 a. m.

Truay, i:3u a. m. t. Andrew. Friday, -2:00 a.
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville, Friday, 4:00 a.
.Pensacola. Fridav, 11:30 p.
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabolle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BA:RROAW.


G general ]'ferehandis c!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc,

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.






Flour, Meal





Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

-Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.

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

This is in my Patrons' Interest as well as my own. Call and
(Convin e Yourself of this Truth.

G, E. B ACKIN ,\& CO.



Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings,-


Trunks and Valises.


Stool & Wiro Go alt, Grain a Orders
Made in Iron. Any Postoffice Gladly Sent

PER I NS on the Ba)! o0 Aplicatiou
Wind fill Company .:E -"...T I-
Breech-Loading We Are
Woolsey's l HE

Bust C0oI l PFaflt.- OnlV' $5.50!

For Fine Job Work, TRY TlE BUOY OFFICE.



For five of these couuons~a d sixty cents seat or brought to the Buoy
office we will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Solid God! W Fot tt-
.trn Pen, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is completee with box nd
f tiller and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactory in any particular.
~S;~S'P~~~~s~tC~C-t D~0~WMM%%.~~'r S;~~

The Trading PC

[Successor to B. V. Bro

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groci

Ready- Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes,

and Hardware,

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


I I - ill II I-I I - -- '

.) t. f*.

Thursday, Oct. 5, 1905.


4ugar, lb Tea, b
Granulated .....6I1 He No....... 55
Coffee,A .... 5 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
Colfee, Cond milk, i can
Green.... 12@20 Unswetu'a. 10
Arbuckle,tt 12-15 Sweetened.... 10
singer snaps 3ft 25 Baking powder
.rackers, soda. 10 Royal........ 50
rol);cco, plug 20a60 Campl)ell ...... 10
vaisitn Canned fruit
DLondon ltyers.8-15 Peaches .... 10a20
Valencia..... 8 Tomatoes. ... Sa12
S io.et ...... 6j Apples ........ 10
A Iples Pears........... 15
', Evaporated.'.,. 191 Plums ........ 10
DriedPcacbes" 8 Apricot: ..... 10-20
p.r, OoaOl Oprs'Al....20" Strayvberries.... 20
asi.er. ...... ..20 Pineapple. .10-20
Slorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
io ......... 5 Roast Beef... 12
insgar ...... .. 30 Corned Beef. 12}'.
Cueeso pr lb ..-. 18 Chipped BeeflO-25
butter .. .. 25-35 Lobster .... 121
Oleonargerine.. 18 Salmon... S 10@15
ard ........ 7-10 Canned Vegetables
ans .......... 5 Baked Beans... 10
Cocoanutpg... 10 Corn ....... 10@1
SJelly, glass 10l'2 Peas .. .... .. 10
imne Juice ..... 4.5 Pumpkin ..... 19
Eggs per do"... '20
Flour 'ork
Str of S'th 2.3 D. S. p lb ......11
Obelisk ......3.25 Bacon Sides....12
Corns Meal pr bu10- Fresh ....... 8l0
Oat Meal pr lb 5 Br'kf'stlBac'n 16-22
Corn per lu ..75as0o Ha canv's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish...... 1 40 Beef
Sgarlv R'se deed 1.60 Corned ....
Sweet .. . 60.75 Fresh ........ Y.1

Gtilv vwire do.6>0') iuo 1 .'.35a50
; i[ S llilhl rope. lpl 50
Stove .,l c too lk,.. 5 aused oiT.,gal55@ 00
Pipe. perjoiut 18 /
riut, per yd. 5a8 Checks ....... aS
o I meetings .. 5. a 9 Flamnnel ...... 15a40.
N 'Muslin ....... 9a11 Thread per spool 5
Bnus........ 15a45 Shoes, ladies. $1 ;2 75
xt.r aals pit 2l5 Men's... $1 40a>000
I ty p+- cwt. .75at l ."5 Oats pr Ih .......60
S ,lral .... 1 .25 Brick pr M . 00
-,tope Sisal .... .7 9 Lime pr'thlil... 7.5
FRU IT .alid 'NUT S.
Jranges ~pr do- .., 45 1'ecans, prrllb .... 15
A pples. .... 1 Walnuts ......... ..
lel os. ......... 20 .A.lmonds: ..... .

S't' ItRS
Ii~ l ,aoll prttOi)O 1.50) Opened pr qt .. I qv
Iloase, $30a5() Cowsa....... .$15a$4.)
Maile *.1'":.'50 i.l$1 Hogs ,. 4. -,1
iites. pr yoke $65 Sheep.......... ..
.jickeliiseni h 35a50 Geese each... 45a50
S tyAi.. 75 1 .00 Ducks ..... 25a5'15
e.lens Salt t
S ullet .pr dox .5e I,Ulet pr h1h1 5.50
S' Y out. .......... 25 'V.>t .... ...
Pompano pr Il).. 6i Pomlpa o. ... 0.40(
t/ rgeon ..... 10 Mackvrel .... 8.00
S Flooring, Ceiling.
i l: I ~rt, V ,~. ..$14.100 H Ieart, S ri.. 41 4.00
Face ... 12.00 Face ... 12.
Sop .- 10,0(t Sap 10.00
)Drop sidilng, Claii eiart face m'll, 14'.00 x! ; in. 1 [l.T . 1*2,I)(
3p 10.00 Finislshiig luin-
ffbI'lumbier... R((@al her, d.. $1-c@ 15.00
/ earl shingles, 2.50 Lsath, m .. 2.01
S 1.50 ou it e liiin er,
d .ed.... $20

Lucas CouNTY. i
Frank J. 'lieney makes oath that lie
ts the senior partner of the firm 'of F. J
Cheney & Co. doins- business in the City
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
IUNDRJED 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
miy presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D 1866. A. W. GLEASON,
[S3EAL.1 Notary Public.
'Iall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and aLts directly on the blood and nnu-
eous surfaces of the system. Send for
estimonials, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Familv 'ills for coustipa-

S The First Friction iMatches.
The first really practicable friction
S matches were made by an English
apothecary named Walker in 1827. He
coated splints of cardboard with sul-
phur and tipped them with a mixture
b6 sulphate of antimony, chlorate of
potash and gum. Each box, holding
eighty-four matches and sold for a
chilling, contained also a folded piece
of glass paper, which was to be pressed
together while the match was drawn
through it. Thi:'o vo.,:-,s rater another
Ingenious pert'soni t:;n;i:' Jrm-,es in Lon-
don, pIatntted 4r1e -'i of nmkinug a
small *il of pi'eor, soaked with cilo-
rale of .pta.sn; l i. sugar at one eind,
with a thin glass gthtbule filled with
strong sulphuric acid attached at the
share point. When the sulphuric acid
was liberated by pinching the globule
it acted upon the chlor'ate of potash
and sugar so as to produce tire.

NFrllroes In Hearea.
"I know an Irishm:an in Amesbury,"
Mr. Whittler once said, his eyes twin
king at the remembrance, "who was
f'ery iMur'h (oppos.-.i to social equality
for the negro. I said to him: 'But there
are many Catholic negroes lu Brazil,
the West Indies and other places. Thy
c church accounts of then as it does of
thee. And they'll have to come .o It In
heaven. Thee'll have to meet tie ne-
groes there on equal terms.' I thought
that I had silenced him with an unan-
swerable argument. He sat mustug for
a moment, then, looking up at me,
'And can't the Lord make them white
LI heaven, Mr. Whittier?' "

Description of a Xewr Bnttlerhip JI
the Svc(e-leinthi Century.
Is it truo tlb i oL-e iain battleships are
Sbut old inventions In new forms? Ji
Looks like it. Some one has unearthed
a curious announcement which ap
Speared in the Mercurius Pollticus for
Dec. 6, 1658, to the effect, as stated by
the Dundee Advertiser, that "the fa-
mous monster called a ship built at
Rotterdam by a French engineer is
now launched." In a descripntonrof the
vessel its capabilities are thus detailed:
"(1) To sail by means of certain in-
struments and wheels (without masts
and sails) as swift as the moon or at
least thirty miles every hour. (2) Both
ends are made alike, and the ship can
be stopped at pleasure and turned as
easily as a bird can turn. (3) In t!me
of war it can with one bounce make a
hole under water in the greatest man
of-war as big as a table and in an
hour's time will be able to sink fifteen
or sixteen ships and in three or four
hours will destroy a whole fleet. (4)
She will be able to go to the East
Indles and back again in eight or nine
weeks. (5) She may be used to kill
wlhnles in Greenland, so that a hun-
dred ships may be laden in fourteen
days. (6) She may be used. to break
down any pier or wooden work with
great case,"
A wonderful "monster" this must
have been. What, one is curious to
know, was her fate?
An Important Moment.
Mr. Newlywed (in the kitchen)--
What are you cooking there, my dear?
Mrs. Newlywed (excitedly)--Don't both-
cr me now. There's the cookery book.
I'm making recipe No. 187 on page 390.
A Jilici, n.s Inquiry.
A well klnon traveling man who visits
the drug trade says he has often hard
druggists inquire of cnstoners who asked
for a cough medicine, whether it was
want''d for a child or an adult, and if for
a child clhey almost invariably recom-
niended Cl omerlain's Cough Remedy.
ihe reason for this is that they know
there is no danger from it and tlat It al-i
ways eires. There is not the 1; st d tiiger
iii giving it, aLd fer cuughs, colJs and
groupp it is ulnsurm.passd. For sale by L.
M, Ware. St. Andrew and Bavhead and
iall ni dicine dealers.

'YU,'; DiiL Y TASK.

L: I iAn5c in thc
'1-".. .' ,.;y V t;-,l> S"If to It Wt~ith
/.'. \'',:.<.v r;?vrt'S Inttrr t.
I' !;!','.: ':; '.] "t,* in i:''ot'iO l.1( /0e in1 th
:;* ;a ; : ;" :r '; h\'i ,! ( you comIe t<
*;.., ".*::'.k "..', ty w itl) all your
ji'. ; i r. vih all your facultie:.
,: i ., ia ; .. vll'ii. er you conic
,it! ikt > et!i,;' i:1 ;:. so that you canr
:i.*. i ,. .wo- h life ;i to yo;r task, o:
s iil Lr i p! rt of yourself; whether
,)i1 (.iy Yo V, r O;'k ia:; a3 gia t* or ,as a
'g:r.:yv. ,I:ost- people bring only a small
-trt of tlrh -'\'i to their tasks. They
'*,piI" muc.1 of thler ability by irregu
11' li !ic. bmlih ibits ini i iti ng and; in-
:u,-I'i:los food;, lIn.k oi' sleep, disslpatiou
'r -! ":e otth!c+srf'lv.y, They,do not come
o trh'ir tn'';i every morning whole
'icnon. A part of themselves and often
I l'arg'p part is somewhere else. They,
'eft h(t!r en"'rgy whore they were try-
'ug to Ihave a good time,' so that they
;iing' weakness instead of power, in-
,liiforcnce and dullness Instead of en-
t:susiasm andl aleltness, to the perform-
,tnte of the nost important duties of
iheir livcs. The mnan who comes to hi
work In the morning unrefreshed, lan
guid and '!st!ess cannot do a good, hon-
est day's work, nnd If he drags rotten
days into the year how can he expect a
sound career o' a successful achieve
Good work is not entirely a question
of will power. Often this is impaired
by a low physical standard. The qual
ity of the work cannot be up to high
water mark when every'faculty, every
function an.l every bit of your ability
is affected by your physical and meuta:
condition. You may be sure that 3 ou
weakness, whatever its cause, will 'ap
pear in your diiy's work, whether it i.
making books or selling them, teaching
school or stu;lying, singing or paiuting,
chiseling statues or digging trenches.-
Orison Swett Marden-in Success Maga


If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your

bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take

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.


Real Estate- Agel t,


Is prepared to list property-
for sale and pay taxes or
collect rents for non
Terms Reasonable.

Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate..
Taxes Paid ailn Rents Collected!
for Non-Rel~idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.

Special Hteport to the Buoy.
Last week a stormy, rainy week.
No Yellow Jack reported at this
piece to date.
School is expected to commence at
Cromanton, soon. It will occupy one
corner of the Baptist church,
Frank Studebalrer expects to leave
the latter pait of this week, to repair
a locomotive, near Bonifay.
Citizens Maugher and Mosher
went down to the west end of the.
Peninsula, on business, Monday.
A. V. Landgraf, who has been for
a long time in the employ of the
Ware mercantile house, St. Andrew,
has severed Iis relations and return-
ed to his home, here. "Charley". will
be missed in St. Andrew.
Henry Niles expects to leave next
Friday, for work in the tipper west

eud of the state.
Mr. Editor, stir
Washington county
cou:ity We, over
hauds and help push
Redfish are ripe,
sure do catch 'em.

the people of
Up for a new
here, will join
it through.
and E. Mosher

Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Kidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
ozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all FImale Irreg-
ularities, will find Leiton Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedyd, without the least danger of
possible harm to them n any condi-
tion peculiar ,tb themselves. 50oc
and $I.oo per bottle at -.

"One Dose Convinces.'

"Is genius hereditary?" asks a scien-
tific journal.
SAn editor replies: "We have not time
to investigate the subject, but we are
inclined to thinlC that it Is. At all
events, our youngsters are wonderfully
"Rather cold blooded person, Isn't
he?" /
"Cold blooded! Say, that fellow can
attend a ball game without getting
exciteC-."-New York Press.

0 R~Q. ToGA*

Mrs. S. E. Maslibnsl, after an ah
sence ol three months or morle amuso,
hei kin loik in the Ecoufina and Sul
piur 1s' ings s -gatl]',mei s, returned ti
her hoine here, Monday night. "Ed.'
her other half risks around like a
new man since his relief from these
long months, "keeping bach."
Rey. J, M. Conway levels today
for DeFuniak, for a two weeks' ab-
sence, where he will oe engaged ir
mission work.

Enlarged Finger Joints.
Enlarged finger joints ire the source
of annoyance and mortification. Some-
times they are caused by pulling the
fingers to make the joints "crack."
Sometimes they are the result of hard
work, rheumatism or goat. They may
be relieved by light lotary massage
(rubbing around and;' around and
around on the joints -ilth the thumb
and fingers and strokuf upward), ac-
Scompanied by the appio tion of oil of
wintergreen. *

How to Cure C(orisa fd unions.
First soak the corn auiiun in warm
water to soften ft; their 'bird it down as
closely as possible without drawing blood
and apply Chamrlain's Paiii Balum twice
daily, rubbing it vigorously for five min-
utes at each application. A corn plaster
should )e worn fov a few days to protect
it fnro the shoe. As a general huimreut
for sprains, bruises, lameness and rheum-
atism, Pain Balm is unequaled. For sale
by:L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and B.yhead
and alljniedicine dealers.
"Compulsory Greek."
To show you how advisable it is that
great attention should be given 'to the
study of Greek I wanted to present
"Oedipus Rex" on my London stage. I
went to the lord chamberlain to ask his
permission. "No," he replied, "certain-
ly not." "But," I answered, "they do
it at Oxford." "Yes," said he; "but
they do It in Greek'apd nobody under-
stands it. Play it in Greek and I will
give you my permission." That was
compulsory Greek with a vengeance.-
Beerbohm Tree.

Don't Borrow Trouble.

It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thing you can possibly
borrow, is trouble. When sick, sore,
heavy, weary and worn-out by the-pains
and poisons of dyspepsia, biliousness,
Bright's disease and similar internal
disorders, don't sit down and brood over
your symptoms, but'fly for relief to Elec-
triic Bitters. Here you will find sure and
permanent forgetfulness of all your
troubles, and your body will not be bur"
dened by a load of debt disease. At A'
H. Brake's score, Price 0Oc., Guaran-
' tee,1. .
; *--------- -*,z .
II Knew. .. ,
Meekly--'Yes, we're going t, move to
SSwampliurst. Do there may disagree with you wife.
Meekly-It wouldn't dare!

Plans to (Get Ricih

are often frustrated by sudden break-
down duo to dyspepsia or constipation.
Brace up and take Dr!King's New Life
Pills. They take out the materials
which ae clogging your energies and
give you a new start. Cure headache
and dizziness too. At A. H. Brake's
stire; 25c., guaranteed.

1leanses and beautifies the hair.
Promoted a luxuriant growth.l
Never Failto Reostore Gray
Hair to ita YOuthfil Color.
c;.res seatp diseases t hair willing.
S0c,and$1.00at Druggiits




Will be in St. Andrew and Bay Country'

Week Beginning October 10.

Write to St. "Andrew for Appointment.

Consultation and Examination Free!'
Ill~ ~ II IIII I. I r I I


fos.es il'em into a n)iI i),x. t is n t(,
because he is penirious, for lie is quite
generous. It is just 1 ft;l. I know a
banker in Now York who has all en-
velopes liid on his dirsk after the let-
ters have been taken out. Then at his
leisure he cuts the enlvelopes apart nind
lays the addressed sides in a pile to be
used for scratch 1aIls. or nmemorandulm
pads. That is his pastime, or fad, if
you will. There is a rounder uptown
who never passes a hotel without no-
ing in and looking over tihe rt'' sister.
And I know that he is never eoxp(,tiig
to find a familiar unmne. 11e t'oi! me
whins I t(Id.!(,' him bout It that i.e
didn't know why lie did it unless it
was his fad."-New York Commaercial
dA ~iar~v.fi^*..-




Daily action of the bowels is neces-
sary. Aid nature with Ayer's Pills.
The Volenlnie I'rmrsina A ,'i n:; tl
C(ot;I-e of I'.:il T~;ver.
Nature l fi uil of stra.; ,- f..' ,~A;
her agents-i--linu st )inms, v.-:i.; ,,
even (adust-plOdlule r'I!. ti,:t 1
oft n; be n-'istaikcu fior the ..-.j. .s
hi;;r., bands, though fcI'..c:.t:y c.i ;'
colossal sa '.
Volrantic atixvltics are min:!;,' f:,>
tors, and- t- hti,'us .sum' woi;'.,,-
ful phelomenael are wroxgxti. Oi s-i
these may iLI seen al.ng tLtL: cm;:';.,:i u,
Fall river, in uorth.i Ca('iifor.niT. 'j.%,
stream is of. cou,si(de;:'bic si-o, and ,n
work of natu'ro's gigantic forces !;i
be seen between the upper a;d ih lv .-ei
cascades of the river.
It is what might properly be <'n :'t
a "volcanic dike." This dike exts-il-
for some distance along Fail river.
near its banks and nl ary parallel !c
the course. 'It bears close re.-esuiblan',
to a roughly constructed wall. TIh
top of thls dike is very r:,igce alh.
the height of varying altitudes. I,
some.places it is twenty feet high ains
several feet in thickuess, and agai,
may be easily clambered over. The rocl,
of which this wall of not'ure is corn
posed is of a very ip)rous character,
bearing sor-e resemblance to puiiict
stone, though .-much more solid atml of
greater specific gravity.
That entire region Is of volc;anc ori
gin and ev gentlyy was once the scene
of great eruptive activity. Scoria ahd
lava abound, though the face of the
country is now thickly clad with timber
and brush. The dike begins and ends
The wall of the dike is evidently the
result of volcanic forces, and has no
doubt stood for !many centuries. It
stands clear from clinging rdcks, has
a narrow foundation. with vertical
walls, and is very strtilght. The mys-
tery is what forces of nature could
hnfll re 'pild .up or left standing itbl-
rock formation so uniform. Thls (1;i.
Shas puzzled not a -ftw g'.,l.-gits who-
bhae visited and examined it.-Ameri .
Scan Inventor.

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lad, '' lit r tp ,er i ,Tos ,got l ,
"W 111SO \ !i n l ,)'t o'-. i** tv !'y^'l ,';, I:'-'

'nt vo s i>as! ; n' if ;' li,'- !' ;'ri'!

"(c}' yo4 with" i !' i l ;.'. ii'

iis-tein i i i nh-
in iaCt troily th' soa'i 1 lebi: O.
I ,t ;if y i >\' ii -i ,',. f '! i',:' !. t i"

vith t" t'f As iti 1.) inin tst is t in. "
"h' l p' 's 'n's '- a lhe, a iis -' t I '
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"'i's y >i-'1 rOp hi 5t }',' l.-,i ,i',i m '
im -lo s. ol:'.' f l ' .t." t 'h;1, i .t '~ i
hid, ".ind swe ioi's > .;,) i.i ; 'Ai j'* m i 'i'ir',
sOO]!. -it'i-' .l, ii.iii 8.{.;rl. *

and. s t n's: nails 'i a its.

Lii tiri e a i;. h idt Ii.' n'i' i h'in. ria :i.1 a inn>
,above bl11fp iiv: t vi'.Liih ;]ii! i.>{ ;i 01t:",

."laiir ti i~ !i.t ,v thi co. mh<1 ,' i "i \';,i,:, '1;

heinlg shtuehte red by Brimi-h sotlt i' ip':
lit'o;'.fi:4" ofe today, toh. ierh i Thi; t of
the kind h'tP or c n'jr, .1 Il- (,'c '

h ,ltv e or' s V:. s :'d tiu o a;; 'In itL ri ('it3
'nl iali' ls ti ,.:s sa.yn hl, n.;^,; !i t';- o'_.
.oe 1 i:ot 1 'id i r"!.:{is (! {'"r ki'd a

Wads ii','ore l{-lip by nighi. Tin, pl)atn

'ru.;' r.f

huinber. Her s{>'a~fh^'lis tllt ici oilt ai-id

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ipnng iMoqimiups Faria, T I 'I r
'ui flbiuuh, T lljL 010t ul Arilelbu -

I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

SDR, J J, KESTER. M, D, Druarist.
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Dirty aV m'sin"g.
Natives of Mlorscco think th:int Euro-
peans and Aii:t'ic,'alis are dirty. lTi';
habit to which' thcy object is that of
wanihlng the hftnls or face' in a basin
and, still nore, taking a bath where the
water ii n')t running. The cleaner the
bather becomes, they say, the dirtier
the water he i: washing with mu-it
necenrliy becom-no. Aud evcut unaly
the bother (~i p.i forth as- cle':tnsTld
i'r:m w-atcr which is no longer teldan.




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S.;. P!Yr ii.;sl,:ii D-o you? She--
.'-:''iinl'y. I'n s .re w'e inaven't run In
*"' -5 '',;! :''; iln:;:cl ;i; last month.-

T4o Be Irounc4.
,r. Tro';anwj'r ,:(n' on nrth t1 n.f
pfiv si! F,'? I'roe I!0lo.' ev ywhper'
ft' It. -f: !;! (' < s;wvc(,etly,--Youi saol
( it vw to.ld it l-t' t l r e'ir, o 1 have
*.t-),r it Io r}," l,'.i;il V'

Ll...YD-B-..--U---1 -~- I- r
Al Act directly on the liver.
SThey cure constipation,
biliousness, sick-headache.
P.CAy.A AA- i e erCo..
Sold for eo years. L,wif....:

Want your mou,3lache or beard BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
ia b ,2'i t!ftu p 3't ';'a h b' TJS :- -.-r :..-. .aA tc.,KA8H,,K,.a,

For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, weak throats, weak
lungs, consumption, take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.


Always keep a bottle of it in
the house.- We have been
saying this for 60 years, and
so have the doctors.
I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In my
family fr 40 years. It is the beat medicine
in the world, Iknow, for all throat and lung
MRS. J. K. NOROROSB, Waltham, Mass.
5 SOc.,' 5 ..0C "'. J. C. ATER CO.,
All druggists. for Loweil,Mass.

The Lungs
--.- sf~roa


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- Ilr molh. A x~nrL Iomm*6muma n o w"

I.p i ll l-"R s

Dry Good t, Giroeri Cbs, Picnr iou

Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feff .
TW e carry at all ii linm a \W el i .-i.- iJ S.ick oI M,,i l lp tila .
thL -i. A n ,', ,s l;,,v t.; lde. .
We will Not Be Undersold !I


Roil flis v lBe,
M anUfh uers .. = ..... ... ... .

Rog1ii, Dressel and DimensiOll

Yellow PinR Lumber.

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

The Allaifton Luiber Uomp ay,



I 0 U G H )0 R DRI 1)B E S S E ) LUMBERt,

Whether Large ,r Small. Write for Prices.






The Great

Health Urilnk

The Drink of the Trop-


A Syrup Dispensed at
All Soda Fountains.
METTO is muadeu Fro the ripe berries
of the Sahat Serrulata or Saw Pal-
metto combined with aromatics
andl fruit acids. -There is nothing
in ME'I'TO that wh\l harm an in-
taut, but for all that t will

J;ll 11.1) TISSUE,

Mtg by

Trsopical eM Co.
SJacksonville, Fla.

Anyone snedtr n r,*kp, ,l and description may
quIckly ausc-l'iliin or I llliolo free w eoti-, a.
Itlventt i ou is pvobta; ly patentable. Comanit !'a.
oent free. (hIlest lllezcv for PocurltlK patent.
Patcntl. llrtien tbirtu'h Munn & CO. rec'l
,pcriO l tnotice, without,L C .lre, In tile
Sc $ ntific imrican.
Ahandlsnn l il, l.i- .'. 1 'eta'lt Largest ir
'euliatni of 1a1-r a. ,, ,,,.t. 1 iilal. Terms. 3 a
yeatir for fl' l It-. l-. 1 a. a.tI ly ell newsdealers.
UNN & Co361 roadway, New York
srauch Oftlco. 5 i Wa(hiigitoa. D. C,

Two Maps--- Eac $I
30 50 inclIma, cim rectly platted and
t*hl.wiig all those ire important
hmillMings-is of gieat value to any
1m1e ,o,'temiipl aitinig puirehasilig prop-
: ty in town. It covur' al),but four'
miles of coast linu, exteml!diig east-
.an', l fIaIm I)ve 's P' i il.t t(, Alii e ,ii-
Imacing 4, M St. Andrews, with cor
responll'i-, g territi v ilandli hm ic
Cino L ,llar, at tie BUOY Office.-
A Iso
Mhowintg aill the lat:tils Idl'posedt of by
rite Cincin">tiJoitAnlAiiv, al.o locates
Harrison., PaAher, (Crotn;'ilton- iatd
auljicic-t countimmry. 'The Ipha't o, the
hts is noti showing. buit by the aid of
t'lhis irt the a,|pproximnate oa:roni of
alny let is easily djeerarined. Price
#')ie D'ollar, at the Buoy Office.
Eit ler li-rap will IW snrt by nail to
a-ny aldlress o;r receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOYl has made very liberal clul,
King a rra-ngerimets with a few ofthe very
sies Ipublia'tiouns in the country and for
lie present can send for ai w hole year
The BUOYa ,id
Detfroit Free I'res; (t\ ice-a-week
atnld Yetwr nuokl).. ..... ...... .1 7:
'Ilre 'Fta T. & Citize i, daily tor $.'. 8:'
at6o Semi weeklr,for l 55
Scia tfrc A itiicri',> .i.. 9 5"
F rntier aiL JlFrit ( ro wer "' .. .
flo it i A-gri'Mdtnirist ... 2 5'
do .clulbsof 5, eaclh ... '
Fi-rnL, Jourmii; l, Plhilatd'a, mnulr thly I 11l
Cintitnat i Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue .... i 75
Atlanitl Constitutioi ... 1 75
N. Y. World (thrice a week)...... 1 70
The C( smnopolittan .............. 1 75
The Criterion.................. 58
For aav or either ofthe above publica--
I tlAu in coinnectioin iitlh the H-Uoy, RaI.
ir 11s llort 'Uirto, I HE BUOY,
*a. Auidtow ~ rl

Laud Office at Gainesville Fia.
Sept. 2,1905, '
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final 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 Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
Hd 29956 for the ni of aek, sw3 ol sei
of sec. 35, tp. 1. r, 12w, and nwi of
neH of sec. 2 tp. 2s, r. 12w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
iaud cultivation of said lannd, viz.:
Robert Nixon, Wm. L. Rowell, WlUlit
K. Vickers and Elam C. Free allof Nix-
on, FlP. W G. ROBINSON, Register,
It'Editor's fee paid.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Sept. 2,1905.
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 proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
WILLIE K. VICKERS of Nixon, Fla.
Hd 30351-for the swt of sec, 23, tp Is,
r. 12w.
.He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cu tivation.of said land, yiz:
W. L. Rowell, S. L. Loudermilk, Rob-
ert Nixon, and W. H. Steele, all of
Nixon, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register
WEditor's fee paid.

Sept 2, 1905,
Notice is hereby given that the fol:'
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in sup-
port of her claim, and that said proof
will be nade before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
HILLERY VINSON of Murfee, Fla.,
Hd 34300 for the ei of sef sec. 2, and
n+ of net of sec. 11. tp 2s, r. 16w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence uppn
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Vinson, L. McWilliams, Fate
McKinnie and R. L. Elils, all of Mur-
fee, Fla. W.G. ROBINSON, Register.
jlriEditor's fee paid.
Sept. 2, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
'her intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, arid that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the. Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
Oct.20, 1905, viz:
Hd 34425 for the nwu of sec 12, tp. 2s.
r. 16w.
He names t.h oilowin, witnesses to
prove his conitncous residence upon,
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Vinson,: Charles ;Johnson,
James R. Weat and R L. Ellis, allof
Murfee, Fla.
W' RoBINON, RtegistBr.:
CIEditor' ee paid,

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
Sept. 2. 1905. t
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing 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 Oct.
20, 1905, viz.,
ROBERT D JONES of Wesbav, Fla.
Hd 34590, for the wi oi swi of sec 25, tp.
Is, r. 16w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous rwsidonco upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Thomas Morrell, John Taunton, Noah
Adams of iebro, Fla, and W. C. Miller
of Millers Ferry, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
IEditor's fee paid.
Sept. 2, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed-notice.of
his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before clerk of the
cir-cuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
10, 1905, viz:
Hd 29901 for the sef of sec. 25, tp. is,
r. 12w.
He names the follo.ving witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
S. L Loudermilk, Willie K. Vickers,
W. H. St~ele and Robert Nixon all of
Nixon, Fla. W, G. ROBINSON, Register.
Sl@Editor's fee paid.
Sent. 2, 190,".
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
iutcnti,on to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that saiti proof will be
made before the clerk of the circuit'court
at Vernon. Fla. on Oct, 20, 1905, viz:
W1LIAM F. McCORMICK of laybeat,
Hd 2966(7, for the nf' of sw4' of sec. 18,
' tl. 29, r. 12w. and nej of se* of sec. 13.
tp, 2s, r: 13w.
Hu names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:

S. L. Louderinilk, W. L. Rowell. and
W. K. Vickers of Nixon, Fla., and A. L.
Harris of Bayhead, Fla.
SW. G. ROBNsow, Register.
AllWEd:tor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Sept. 2, 1805.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make ftual proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be m4de before the clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla,, on
Oct. 21'. 190), viz.:
PHILTI PETERSON, of Millers Ferrv,
Hd 30102 for the one of see, 4, tp. In, r.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Bryaant Bell, Julius Beacoat, Henry
L. Campbell and Morrim Peterson all
of Millers Ferry, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
lWliitor'*e Ao paid.


following described properly situated in
Washington county. Florida, to-wit: Lots
3, 4 and 5. block 15 of the nwo of section
1, tp. 4s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
sessed lit the dale of the issuarce of such
certificate in the name of Unknown. Un-
less said certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will issue there-
o0 on the 23a day of October, A.D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. s.] this the 15th day of Septembr, A. D.
1905. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County,X'lorida
Land office at Gainesvill,, Fla.
Sept. 3, 1905. ,
Notice is hereby givou 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 proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
C rcnit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
Hd 29955 for the ei of neo, of sec 35 and
wi of nw+ of sec 36, tp Is, r. 12 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
anp cultivation of said land, viz.:
William L. Kowell, Willit K Vickers
Robert Nixon and Taylor Sangster, all
of Nixon, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
U'Editor's fee paid,
Notice to Creditors.
In Court of the County Judge, State o
Florida, Washington County.
In re E~tate of Lamnbert M. Ware.
To all creditors, Legatees, Distributees
and all persons having Claims or de-
mands against said Estate:
You and each of you are hereby notified
and required to present any claims and
demands which you or either of you may
have against the estate of Lambert M.
Ware, deceased, late of Washington
*County, Florida, to the ur.dersigncd ex-
ecutors of aid estate, within two years
fromthe date hereof.
Dated at St, Andrew, Florida, August
21st, A. D. 1905,



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"Two hundred thirty-four J don't an-
swer," said central, ringing off, but be
fore she ciuld lean back for an in-
stant's breathing spell 719 M called her
up again.
"Central, why can't I get my house?"
"I'm sure I don't know," she answer-
ed, with a suspicion of laughter in her
"I'll bet those confounded servants
are gossiping down in the basement.
Ring 'em again, and ring 'em like
Central obeyed his orders energetical-
ly, but without results.
"I can't get any answer," she said
gently to the Irate man at the other
end of the line, "but I'll try them again,
in a few minutes, and if I get an an-
swer I'll call you up. No, I won't for-
get," she said, almost before the man
had uttered his warning. "I know you
call the house every morning'from your
"Thank you," said the man, much
mollified. "Those servants are so care-
less, and my niece, who looks after the
children, is confined to her room by
Circleville'# telephone system was
not very complicated. The-three girls
who presided in the central office were
not kept occupied as in a larger city
because this was a new institution In
the pretty inland city and subscribers
were not coming in fast enough to sat-
isfy the telephone company. Only one
of the girls hailed from Circlevllle.
The 'other two were from Chicago, and
It was Margaret Baxter, one of the
Chicago girls, who had answered Mr.
Dickson's imperative calls.
For the next few minutes she was
kept busy plugging in and out on her
board. But all the time a queer little
smile hovered about her lips and a
light almost tender shone In her eyes.
"It would be very funny," she said
to herself, "if it should all be straight-
ened out by telephone, and I would
uot be at.all surprised if that is just
what Jack hoped for." Then she turn-
ed suddenly and rang up 234 J.
A rather thick voice, with a distinct
brogue answered this call with a sul-
len "Hello." Margaret's face turned
grave and firm lines showed about her
"Why has no one answered the tele-
phone?" she said rather sternly. "I
have been ringing you on and off for
fifteen minutes."
"Sure I've something' to do beside
running' u,.them stairs to answer this
bell. It's a wonder a woman can't eat
her breakfast in peace."
Margaret connected 234 J with 719
M, sighing softly to herself, "Poor
.Charley and his babies at the mercy
of that woman." ,
The conversation at the-wire cialm-
ed her attention. There were reasons
why she felt she had a right to listen.
"Hello, Mary, is this you'
"Yes, sir."
"How is Master Reginald?"
"Fine, sir,"
"What did he eat for his breakfast?"
"A peach, a bowl of rice and milk
and five cakes."
"Now, Mary, I've told you repeated-
ly not to let him have hot cakes."
"Then, sir, you'll have to stay at
home and keep him from it. It's a
cock I am and no nurse."
"Well, well," said the man anxious-
ly, as one who related he was in a
predicament and needed the good will
of every one. "I'm sure while Miss
Ellen is sick you will look after the
children, and I will not forget it when
I pay you next week."
This bit of dblomacy elicited no


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Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby giver, that Wm. A. EKm-
uions and Emm1 a M. Eninons, purchasers
of Tax Certificate No.| 831, dated the 2d
dav of June, A. .1i91, has filed said ccr-
'ificato ii my office, and has made a plic;-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the

change one day and a box of candy an-
other. Several times he was tempted to
call, in person, but he finally decided
that seeing the girl face to face might
prove a disillusion. Faces and voices
do not always harmonize, and'yet he
thought of the great relief It was to re-
ceive messages from central instead of
Irate Mary or butterfly Ellen. He felt
sure that this particular voice stood
for a face fair and womanly. Then he
would recall a recent letter from his
son, Aunt Mary would come for-a con-
But finally 'n inspiration came to
him. Reggie -was having a birthday.
Ellen, with characteristic heedlessness.
had forgotten this Important event and
had arranged to join a house party for
the very night. But this should not
stand in the way of a proper observ-
ance of the occasion. Reggie should
have a birthday spree, and the guest of
honor should )e this central girl, with
whom the twq children had held many
little talks across the wire,
She accepted the invitation sent in
Reggie's name. She rode out in the
runabout driven by the suspicious Tim,
who had. made unpleasant remarks to
his wife about old fools and pretty
girls. And she finally entered the
door opened by Mr. Dicksou himself.
He gave a sigh of relief, which was
drowned in the tumultuous greetings
of the children. She was just what he
had dreamed of, but what he had not
dared to hope for. They had a merry
evening, and when the two children
were sitting down, one on either side
of her, to hedr what Reggle described
as corking goblin stories, the sound
of a latchkey fell upon Mr. Dickson's
He rose uncertainly; so did Margaret
Baxter, and so did the two children.
And that was the scene upon which en-
tered Charles Dickson, general repre-
sentative for the Excelsior Hardware
comp4iny, just returned from a hard
tri~ on the ruid. fHa lauke at his fa,

*?ply from the other end of the wire.
:ia-s -hii 1;cs*i. gonae o school?"
"She hals Vot. Sur- the 5ctrIng's off
ier hoed rtd o: f her reiuibber3 Is
:)st eutlrely,,and I tld her she'd best
'a.-- home till her Aunt Ellen could
4dt about."
"Dear, dear," said the man, and a
prodigious s'gh seemed to choke his
"Is that all, sir?" said the woman
"I guess so," he replied reluctantly
and hung up his receiver.
At her end of the wire the woman
slammed up the receiver with a crash
which made, central flush just a bit
angrily. Clump, clump, clump, she
went down the basement stairway to
meet a look of inquiry on the face of
her husband, gardener and man of all
work for Henry Dickson, president of
the Excelsior Hardware company.
"Bure, it's the same old thing," she
said snappishly as she tossed the soap
into the dish pan. "Frettln' his soul
.out about those two children. It's no
place for me and you, Tim. Either the
old man or the young un ought to
marry. What with church and par-
thies and a fly be night nature into the
bargain, Mig. Ellen's no good at all, at
all. When use'ss in the house she's in
bed, and when she's not in bed she's
out of the bosee."
Tim shoao~l head and marched out
to the stable, and Mary turned to face
a shrinking little figure in the door-
"I want to sit behind the stove, Mary.
There's no fire in the library, and I'm
cold all over."
"I'll bet the yoifng un's goin' to be
sick," said Mary as she made room for
the child on the wood box behind the
stove. "She ought to had on her warm
flannels last week. Sit there, dear,
whilst I tell you about the fairies Pad-
dy O'Glyn met on his way to Donegal
The man at the other end of the line
had been leaning back in a chair, star-
ing up at the ceiling. Finally he called
his stenographer and dictated a letter.
It was addressed to Charles Dickson
and wound up as follows:
S"While you're in Chicago I wish you
would stop in to see your aunt Mary
Graves. Things are not going right at
the house, I fear. Ellen Is too frivolous
and fond of society to do what is en-
tirely right by us and the children.
Your aunt Mary is a capable woman
and would pull things together" in less
than no time."
But even with the letter started on
its way Mr. Dickson felt uneasy. Aunt
Mary was capable, but was she sym-
pathetic enough to deal with those
children? He recalled the gentle ways
and the fair face of the dead daughter-
in-law. He wished somehow Aunt Mary
would wave her hair about her face
and smile once in awhile. But she was
better than the more uncertain element
he had dreaded-a stepmother for his
beloved grandchildren.
And all the time Margaret Baxter sat
in front of the switchboard, plugging
the jacks and thinking. Just before he
closed ui bs desk to go home Mr.
Dickson was surprised to catch her
voice with a new, almost friendly ac-
cent .- '.
'Is this MIr. Dickeon-" .

"Shall I all Mary and tell her to
have the children come down to meet
Mr. Dickson lived Aome distance be-
yond the street car terminus, and Tim
always drove down in the runabout to
meet him. ,It nnver struck him as odd
that the telephone girl knew of his
daily habit. Perhaps she lived in the
neighborhood.' He answered in a re-
-lieved tone:
"Yes; I'd forgotten to call her."
"And if you didn't call her she
wouldn't remember, would she?"
"No, no," agreed the man; "these
servants are a great trial." Then as
central rang off he murmured to him-
self: "There's a girl who will male a
fine business woman some day. I
would not mind having her in my
And, though he could never tell just
how it happened, from that time on It
was central who had the trying conver-
sation with Mary until Miss Ellen got
about, and after that with Miss Ellen
herself, merely giving him a condensed
report of the conversation. This saved
his time, which was valuable, and it
pleased his fancy that some one appre-
ciated his absorbing interest in the
That was why he had a bouquet of
flowers sent up to the telephone ex-

an Adonis, neither was I afraid of
breaking the camera, but for one rea-
son or another I had faced a photog-
rapher. Picture, was It? Was she the
girl? I wondered.
"It wasn't bone, metal, stone, paper
or wood," she went on. "And she
didn't wenr it as a protection against
anything. She just wore it Ibrcause
she liked it, lwea"nse she liked 17:e man
whose picture was tu it"
"It wasn't an amulet then," i said,
setting down my cup.
"It was an amulet," contradicted
Florine. "Unimaginary folks get th!oir
definitions out of the dictionary. Olher
"How about a walk'i" I interrupted.
I couldn't even pretend to be disagree-
able any longer; neither could I mus-
ter up determination enough to leave
her-lovely, :laughing sprite that she
was. Perhaps thdre was less danger
in walking.
"But I am going to have another
caller," she demurred.
"Do you see him In your teacup?"
I asked.
"No; I see him at the gate," she
laughed, "although he may be coming
to see mamma. He is very foud of
mamma. Possibly I shall be at the
summer house soon."
, It was clearly a dare, and I took it.
I went to the summer house. Around
the bummer house are trees and flow-
ers; in front is a miniature lake-a
beautiful place, but a dangerous one
when a man has no right to tell what
sometimes dims his eyes'and impedes
his speech.
As I sat down something at my feet
caught my eye.- I picked it up. It was
a heart shaped locket set with rubles.
It flew open in my hand, disclosing
two scraps of white cloth. I exam-
ined the pieces with some interest, es-
pecially as I noticed that my mono-
gram graced the upper one. They were
twa. corneras fromr 9. ft my handker-

thor, who flushedi. He ;ooked at Mar-
a i et L i.Lter, \'" vio 1 do)3 ld. i- e ivjokC.
.t" tlif two childrc', who 8'n.i ee,., s.
;.ult;nliAeously aPid nilde a rui.Lh iiat hhl
V,'Le he had escapeal fro:u their:
einb.'L,:e his8 faiher started to make
lhe necets:ary intgodnction. abt the
younger uman waved him ajid!e.
"I have known Margaret for someu
iuie--in fact, long before you knew
jer. lien the children have iuniahe
their frolic aui gone to bed I-well, w.
.l11 explain this maiater to you."
rML. lDickson, Sr., looked from hi.
-ou' dancing eyes to Margaret DaR-
er's tiiuhllOi face and renmarked dryy3'
-'It won't be ut-ccsa;:y. A;id wvLii
Ail:3s lixter is flnishlna that goblin
1toW' you :1ad b;ti .Or te :,':lah to Auni
MAry. Tell her she need not come.
W\Ve'e clauged our min1d."



oyr/igh, tj,5 tb:l Ina WIfrig.ht'r HatI m

I found lFlorine by the tea table :
hie veranda gaxz;g dreaiily into hl
-up. She wore may roses In the bi'i
,f hli'r white gKwn nud in her broin.
'ir. For some t!uhn 1 I d not dfar"
a approach Fiomrie without be!ng f:
'!ledi with disagreeal !le splee,' he; ot,
'vr'. Ie I should have I;een gull,!ty
.;)p. i'.hg t3 her. C'.-nu:;,ilrng th it ;:
io:iin'iy i'co'nte wa.3 qlite 'equal to n:
niin:al one, a propl)~al of marrini'
rmin me w,-.ld be palpably blsurd.
itsid. iiiand my .sigh arouii-d I'lor;ue.
'O()h, Ii gldl It's you!" she s::
bri it!y. "I saw a visitor in niy le

r fri:-'.-n and took a chair on t:
*lher side of t!:. t:li'"'.
"' ..,ih y'oU V1,Ouiu't," I tsald.
"WVoul.il't what? G:v"e .-! n cu:
Sf teat? VWell, you n:e,-It't drink '
Ar' -,',yi afraid it will hurt your c(:' ;

H,,r tone wv:s bantering, but Ih
ieyos ha'l a bint of concern in tii(,
v-i):'t (depths. I looked away as I al;t

"The otihr night at pit yon tuiii'
you:- clair arou;jd tlhreo timnes,n -::
thini wlifen you lo:t you attributed it ,
ie nlispincing of yo'jr ra.)bbit foot."
"1 did mtake a mistal:e,'" sie i;,
gr,-viv. "it wasn't the rabbit ifo.
wiv tlhel day. We-dnesiday is my una
lucky today "
"If yon keep on folks will think yo'
:re weakmind(ld," I contluued, kole;
u:: my gaze carefully from the din;1 :
ou. ch:rram of her fa"-'. "1 have ua.tu;
,iy heard it-,aldd that you wear an anii
Florlne was silet so long that
vi3 co)Iipel f.J to gl'ln(e at her. S.
-a.:s 1- regarding' me vlt'ih wthat t nlght 1,
termeJl a co;lplcx look. IHer moui
was dimpled with smiles, her lifted
brows were derisive, but her q~yes wer(
troubled. *I ignored the eyes.
"'iThls superstition business detracts
froo.m your real worth," I went on re
lentiessly. "It is the flaw in the dia
umond, the blight in the rose, the-athe"-
'*Fly in the ointment?" she suggested:
"To have it told around that you
wear an amulet!" L reiterated in fine
Then Florine laughed. When Florine
"You poor old dear!" she exclaimed
as soon as she was able. "I don't be-
lieve you have the ghost of an ide-n
what an amulet is!"
I was solid on that score, for I had
just learned the definition from thel
'An object, usually a peculiar bit
of stone, metal, bone, paper, wood o:
the like, worn by superstitious peopi
as a protection against witchcruitu
bad luck, disease, nfpidents, etc. A
"Oh, don't!" she choked. "You arc
too absurd." Then she went off into;
another gale of laughter.
"I don't see where the absurdity
comes in," I retorted. "If that isn't
an amulet, then what is it?"
I supped my tea with dignity while
Florine recovered herself.
"I knew a girl once who wore an
amulet," she said at last. "It- was the
-well, the picture of somebody she
Picture-ah! To be sure, I wasn't

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Hand 0!,ow forworking plants inthe garden. It
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ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
y lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
24-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
blade, 4 a buIl-tonaue, 5 a rake. Wrench
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chiefs evidently. Anyway it was my
ruon ol'Q:a.. VWhen my eyes fell on the
other piece a bewildering lot of
tlhoug'hts chased through my brain, for
that piece bore my proflle, traced clev-
orly ini purple ink, Florine's amulet-
a "piir'i:.- of a man she liked!" No
more letting a paltry fortune stand be-
tw'oen us, if she really cares, and it
must be she cares, or-
ViWhen I g)t so far I jumped up and
started joyfully for Florine's presence.
'hen another idea assailed me. Sup-
pose Florine should think that my find-
ing the amulet influenced my declara-
tion; that it was in affair of honor, so
to sie)iak. I laid the locket carefully
under ia Emill fir anl went back to the
summer house. I was scarcely seated
when Ilorine came flying down the
path, her flimsy gown floating like a
lovely white cloud around her.
"Yon can laugh or you can scold. I
don't care!" she asserted tearfully. "I
did wear an amulet, but now it's
She sat down by me and dabbed at
her pretty eyes with a square inch of
lace edged linen.
I neither laughed nor scolded. I be-
gan telling her a story:
"Once upon a time there lived a beau-
tiful princess adored by every one. In
her court was a man, neither rich nor
overwise, but loving her, he thought,
best of all. She accused him of having
no imagination, and maybe he had
none, but he saw In the sunset gqld of

the princess hair, In every blue' flower
hue of her eyes, in every purling
streamlet, the music of her laughter.-
Often he criticized the princess, al-
though to him she was perfect"-
"What did he do it for, then?" cried
"He had a mighty purpose."
Florine giggled. I looked at her sus-
piciously, but she made another dab at
her eyes, so I went on:
"For all his harsh words he repented
in sackcloth and ashes, and when the
day of his repentance was over he
knelt on the ground at her feet"-
"Oh, no!"- corrected Florine. "He
might have taken rheumatism or some-
Were ever eyes so blue or lips so
sweet? I plunged ahead recklessly:
"He took her little hand in his"-
suiting action to the word-"and put
his arm around her so and kissed her
like this"-
"How dare you?" said Florine very
"I don't dare," I answered meekly.
"I was only showing you what the man
did who belonged in the court of the
"'Well, go on," she commanded.
"I can't."
"Why ?"
"I don't know what the princess did
after he-after that," I sighed, al-
though looking at Florine hopefully.
She smiled.
"Oh, the princess said, 'I have lost
my amulet, and I can never see hap-
piness without it; so methinks I will
publish a decree that to him who find-
eth it will I give his heart's desire.'"
"Describe the amulet, 0 pringes"r'
"The decree should state that the
amulet is enclosed within a. case of
gold, shaped like my loving heart and
set around with rubles like drops of
my own heart's blood; that the amu-
let is of fine linen, marked with purple;
that each separate line stands for love,
trust, happiness; that at the lines to-
gether form the lineaments of-of"--
Florlne's dark lashes rested upon
very pink cheeks. She hesitated.
"I go to search for the amulet," I an-
nounced, rising.
She looked at' me approvingly. I
peered under the step, made two short
detours in the direction of the lake,
then discovered it under a small fir
Florine clapped her little hands.
"How beautifully the story proceeds"
she cried as I sat down again to tell
her my heart's desire.
"I am wondering, though," she mused
a very long time afterward, "how the
man canmr to find the amulet under a
fir tree when the princess lost it In the
summer house."

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