Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00229
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: October 12, 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: VID00229
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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ST. ANDREW, FJL.. OCT. 12, 1905.

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U. S. Senator-ist district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
'alia tero, Jacksonville.
ILepresentativei-lst District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Office--Register, W. G. Robln-
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. McUin.
state Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Washington County-Representatlive,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge.
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of ,Delds. W. C
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; ,County Commis-
sioners, B. F. ,Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews--Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. 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.
.,i .., ---Lostmaster, Henry Bovis;
:,,.ta: .! J H. Daffin,
parker--Pst '..-tna r and Notery Publie,
W. H. Parker'.
Callaway--ostmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Andersun-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postiaaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkins-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Barhead-Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins.
Cook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-.Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Calhouu County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
Farmdalei-Postmaster, W. Wood-
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. m., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrlsou, Miliville,
Cromanton, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
Farrudale and Wetappo leaves St.
Andrews every morning exc.pt Sun-
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west at 7 o'clock p. m.
Baptist-Church Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Sunday School every Sun
lay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
lls oodist Episcopal-Church Wasr-
ington ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. avery Sunday.
Rev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
2resbyterian-Church corner Loralne
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. O. .C. Do-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
rock, Supt.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Communi-
}, / cations on the first
and third Saturday
in each month.
Visiting Brothers
W. A. EMMoNs,Secretary
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
SiJPrompt and careful attention given
to all matters submitted to my care.
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, FI.
Notary Public for State at large. Of
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and CL-.':iuiiati st, All Notarial
work solicited :and given prompt at-
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional servli'es to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
BomoeopathPc Physician and Accou-
chtur. uttiee Pioneer Drug Store,
* ----
Notary Public for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxs
for non-residents, specialties.
Wise Daughter.
.Father-If you paid more attention
to cooking and less to dress, my dear,
you would make a much better wife.
Daughter Yes, father. But who
would marry me?
She Remembered.
"Come back for something you've
forgotten, as usual?" said the husband.
"No," replied his wife sweetly, "I've
come back for something I remember-

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3, 19(2, at St. Andrew,.
-Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congrass of March 3, 1879.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift,"5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2'c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.
If tli- paragraph is checked with a
bilue pencil it',* a reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
orthree extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

The head of almost every family
has to visit the county site occasion-
ally and this suggests the fact that

the women and children take great
delight in visiting St. Andrews Bay,
Vote for St., Andrew for the county,
site and you can combine pleasure
with business and treat your lovc 1
ones to an outing at as fine a water-
ing place as can be found in the world
whenever you have business at the
county's capital.

If the people should decide to leave
the county site for the prosent.. t .


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adequate until a division
county can be secured.

of the.



St. Andrew, Fla., Oct. 9, 1905.
We address this Circular Letter to you and other voters of Washing-
ton County, feeling that you and the great majority of voters are deeply
interested in any question affecting the welfare of this county, and that the
question of the location of the County Site should be well and carefully
considered by every citizen, and especially the qualified electors of the
While it may appear to us that there has been too much haste in forc-
ing this question upon the people of the county, at this time, the fact re-
mains that an election has been ordered to be held in this county on the
17th ol this month to locate a County Site, and if any place in the county
receives a majority of the votes cast, such place shall be the County Site
for the next ten yeais, and if no place receives a majority of the vote cast,
then the question will remain unsettled, as it should remain until the
growth and development of the county makes it plain to all where the
County Site ought to be,
Then again, on account of the size and shape of the county, it is im-
possible to locate the County Site where it will be convenient for all, and
as it is geuerall3'admitted that there is a strong sentiment throughout the
county in favor of a division, making a new county of the south end of this
county, and that sooner or later this will be an accomplished fact, it takes
no great amount of foresight to see that if any place is to receive a majority
of the votes cast and the County Site located for ten years at least, as pro-
vided by law, that it should be at some place that will be convenient fur
the people after such division is made, either for the old county or the new,
or in a part of the couitty nmot likely to bnild np and have a large percent
age of the population.
It is pot our purpose to say harsh things ot other places in the race
for the location of the County Site-they all have advantages and disad-
vantages; but in this regard we claim for St. Andrews Bay, that its pros-
pects for the future are as blight, as the prospects of any town in the State
of Florida.
It can be said upon good authority, that the harbor at this place,
when improved, will be one of the best in the United States, with water
over thirty feet deep all of the way in the main channel from Dyer's Point,
west of St. Andrew to a point beyond Long Point, east of Parker, and in
places, over fifty feet deep, land locked, and well protected from storms,
and furthermore the harbor can be improved and a deep waterway from the
Gulf into the Bay maintained for less than the cost of improving and main-
taining a deep-water harbor at Pensacola, and these facts, well known in
thi:3 county, have become known to far-sighted business men, with the
result that two different railroads are now in course of construction from
points in Alabama to St. Andrews Bay, which means an improved harbor
and greatly increased population if it means anything, and it is reasonable
to suppose that a town will be built somewhere opposite the deep water
above mentioned, of sufficient lze and importance to be entitled to and se-
care the location of the County Site of the county in which it will be located.
Taking this view of the situation, and the next five years will doubtless
demonstrate the fact that there is good reason for doing so, and considering
the healthfulness of this locality, the population now on and near the Bay,
including Millville, the most important shipping point in Washington, or
any adjoining county, for lumber and naval stores, which place has been
built up during tie past five years, with a population, probably, equal to
that ot any town in the county, and the Tact that the railroads being con-
structed and water transportation, will make the place easily accessible
from nearly all parts of the county, and as the sum ot $5,000 will be do-
nated towards the cost of a court house in the event that the County Site
is located here, together with sufficient ground for the County Site, ve feel
that if there is good reason for locating the County Site by a majority vote
that will settle the matter for ten years, that there are better reasons for
locating it at St. Andrew than elsewhere, and that the citizens of Wash-
lagton county will continue to have the same pride and faith as heretofore
in the future prospects ot this place, realizing fully what its upbuilding
means to themselves and the surrounding country, in bringing prosperity,
and facilities for greater enjoyment, with more rapidly changing conditions,
pointing to the early development of a deep water port.
We ask for St. Andrew lair consideration and a square deal.
Co mmittee.

No person in Washington county
will hesitate to accord the Chipley
people full credit for every" dollar

The people of Chipley claim, as an
inducement for the county site to be
located there that "Chipley is the

they contributed to induce the B., 0. best market in the county, and is, in
&-St. A. railroad to enter this coun- reality, the only point for some time

ty; but they did no more than any
other place in the county according
to the ability and circumstances of
its people would have done; but such

to come where the people may hope
to have a mailet that will pay the
best prices for their produce." Our
good friends at Chipley evidently

a contribution is, in itself, no valid lose sight of thl fact that, before a

reason why a county site should be
located at any such place against the
best interests of any other portion of
the county.

Measured Him.
Brown-Did the tailor take your
measure? Jones -I should think he did.
He said I'd have to pay iu advance.

new court house can possibly be built,
St. Andcews\ Bay will have the mar-
hets of the world at its door.
If you would like to have a county
site where it will always have attrac-
tions for yourself or any one having
business threat, vote for St. Andrew
next T'ieida .










tons, It was raining hard. Sainte- colored article and partly sometimes to to early treatment, but the
Beuve had his pistol in one hand; with conceal the grayish color characteristic
his other hand he held up his umbrella of old meat, which should not be used next cold will hang on
The seconds protested. at all. longer it will be more
"I have no objection to being killed," The preservatives employed with
said he, "but as to being wet-no, no!" meat products are boric acid, born troublesome, too. Un-
and sulphit s. To detect, boric acld necessary to take chances
No Plasgartim There. about a tablespoonful of the chopped
"I challenge you," said the young meat is thoroughly macerated with a on that second one. Scott's
poet, "to find a single line that I have little water, presod through a bag andI Emulsion is a preventive
borrowed or stolen from any one." two or three tablespoonfuls of ti T
"There's no doubt," replied the liquid placed in a sauce di+h wit as well as a cure. Take
critic, "that It's all yours. But If I teen or twenty drops of strong hydro, .
were you I wouldn't let It happen in cuhiric acid for e;ch tablespoon. TLa iOTT lI l i
my next book."-Chicago Record-Her- lud iquid is then filtered ll'hough li]r il -
aid. per and a plece of t'uaelict piper dip- TT' J UL
The understanding is more relieved ped into it and dried iear a lan:p
by chane ofstudy than by total ina- stove. If borlc cid -o Iorex or-e nel when colds abound and
by change of study than by fnor preserving the sample te tumri have cold.
tivity.-Clulon. paper should be changed. to a bright yo have no cold. Take
cherry red color. If too imrhb hydre when the cold is contracted
He who expresses his willingness to chloric acid has been employed a dirty and it checks inflamma
die for a woman always reserves the brownish red color is obtainui, which an
right to tix the date of his demise. Interferes with the color due to the tion, heals the membranes
preence of d Now, i t p f the throat and lungs
A Perfect Gentleint. of ho,:seliolt ullnIouiu be added to the
Little Elmr-Papa, e t a pe colored tueric paper and it lutus, a t 'nd drives the cold out.
Lfet getle man? Mr. Bro it hcad-A r- dark fect gentleman? r. Brod d- boric aci is present. If the reddish Send for free samplfe.
perfect gentleman, my son, is a man co, hwie, Wa vt(-1 1o 1,Q
who, wbent vou tirt to tell him your r, however, SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists
troubles, do:es not break in and try t)o of too much hydrochloric acid, ths
tell you hi. i gTrIu color does not form.: 409-415 Prli rsee New York 4
-:A.-1. L34 . j Madrisgwo

I~P~E~i~LaS ~-


committee of Chiplev citizens While a great many people think acid must not be lost sight of. It must
not be allowed to touch the flesh,
visited St. Andrev during the psst that Chipley made l unwis mve clothes or any mrtal.l.-New York ''rlb
week and did some streonuis canvas- in forcing this county seat qupetion', une.
itg for that town for the county site. before the county Is divided, t'aAt e sked r t.
he circulars which they distributed town still has an indijpltaie righi to "Do you know that the coin you lent
broadcast pledge the town to give secure its location if possible by fair me was a counterfeit?" said the babitu.
al borrower.
ive acres of land for the site, worth means. The people have the same "Oh, sure I do. ou said that
$100 per acre. It will be hard to right to vote for St. Andrew, and a ne.1trdilt bad."'
make the country people believe that majority of them will doubtless do so
thore is five acres of recant land ly- A person suffering from chronic rheut
t ere is five acres of vecant land per E BTTL E rrTSTS tism should avoid dried fish, cooled
in a body in Cbipley woi th $100 per $ DT jb IiSTb oyster-., pork, veal and turkey.
acre. It's no use, gentlemen, we are -------- ----
y r o; bt te voters are go- METHODS BY WHICH TO DISTINGUISH Il'l"iiJic"La, Chlipley offers to give
sorry for you; but the voters are go-
inzg t line up in g,;.,d shae for St. THE GENUINE ARTICLE. five-a t. (of land on which to ereoC
:lAndrew 1 iny L.iings, it y inot be out
IAndrew.- T ne i' of Prrq-r.if- wPillire. not t ot
. .P - --- ,. ..t.--- .. - .1., ;- .. . Ce .'- e ti n thnU not to gelt;
Aflventurer of n nlank Note. ntRi.-Sitor- o Ps* i -,t I'; .' .lci in rl ti' i m illl V Iii illn making a so-
A lady passing down thr e Rile Riche- Meat Products* actionn for the donation, in tilo overt
lieu had the misfortune to lose a pock- .i e.
etboo had the misfortune to lose a pl- It is a matter of common informa- that the vote> shows that place to be
etbook containing, among other Yalu- tion that oleomargarine is solvolenivll t n
ables, a 1,000 franc note. The pocket- ubstihat oted r butter isd that racid .
book was picked up by a chair mender ubstitutedor ut and tht ra
named Renaud, wo lives at on and badly made butter is frequently t ine.
named Renaud, who lives at Mon- nrlted, wtl with soda and chlurled hi i ,ir e i'eror a tne.
treux. He placed it very carefully in itht ilk for the preparation of reo ior en t
his pocket and proceeded home. It is 'o .v 'M. o badorns an ince-
not often that a chair mender has oc- il thods are avlbl whh, h a t .id in te nw fe of gi
tha e ,,cl:: \\', +y! l~t"il, I tlio Engl ish actor
casion to change a note for that lttle atiee, may be elmphlo ld to dis- O wr." the ng Julyh actor
amount, and Renaud, recognizing the ti sh between fresh butter, renovat- (flp: nv. id and othey
impossibility of turning It into gold edi or -proce, butter anl oleoiara- t a ; rt invite. hhi and other
without detection, agreed with a friend Iricp. olo t.> hTi thinr to hear a recter
to do the business for the constdera- The lspoun" test has b een sigi 5u tOd ''t o d "Ela lne." Mr.
tion of 100 francs. This friend, Lucien o o i a 1 below te
Mathern also a chair mender, was i a a hou d test and i co only in whi the tor-manae kept
iathern, also a chair mender, wasi used by analytical chemists for distin- w itch i'let his guests should flee fro
his turn filled with apprehension. The gui:hing fre.-h butter from renovateil (' sii :tter. When the recital
difficulty was solved with the aid of a aItter or nnrgaiine. A luap of n ,, (',,t. haend the roi
horticulturist named Simonnet, who bu tet two three ti;s the size of a ,rS ha e tooin
kindly consented to buy himself a isp o i a g sp iyou'veaze of d a tnyig m
horse for 300 francs and return the It is ti,,n h: ate over an nai ,ohol brn "Air id yuioat hd a dst tie
change. Renaud was thus richer by er. If moe' conveIe i t, it, ther.ad spotone,"y t
600 francs. All might their have gone be hold abo;-e the chimney of an ordi- Not .it ll," was the reply. "I have
iwell f, two days later, It had notbeen ary keros(e lamp, or it may even be ia ca winninging afternoon. I thank
discovered that the horse had been held over an orilinary illuini !I lg gis -il i isl'iig mte, and now, qtuite le
stolen from a dealer at Meaux. This huroer. If the sample in question be ifr 1:ho ,1 m:irll ui l back to the house."t
led to the arrest of the trio, and later f butter t will boll quietly with ir C('halri w.i elated. line"
in the day the police put their hands the evolution of a large number ofr wt:; a uc;-j after all. lie rushed to
on the horse thieves.-Paris Messen- small bubbles throughout the ma.s the 't : ger. which produce a large amount of foam. wiitilg for hilm.
A Dark Dungeon. Oleomargarine and process, butter, on *\Il:;t have we done to you," they
About the middle of February, 162, the other hand, sputter and crackle, rh i, thatt you should give us 'Elaine'
while in winter quarters, General making anoise similar to that heard ou ua'day like this? Surely thero was
glo of Pennylvania who as when a fgreon stick is placed In a fire, somlethiug lighter to chwx!"
strict disciplinarian, was in command Anothcr point of distinction is noted if "Lighter!" retorted the host. "That's
of the First brigade ofwhich the Sec- a small portion of the sample is placed the trouble with you society people,
ond New Hampshire was a partigade, wc t e in a small bottle and set in a Tessel of you're all so frivolous. I gave you a
thought the guardhouse of the Second i'ater sufficiently w arm to melt the classic treat. Why, Mr. Gladstone
regiment too comfortable quarters sample. The sample is kept melted has just told me he had a delightful
for prisoners an oredere Colonel from half an hour to an hour, when it afternoon."
Marston, who later won fame as a is ex.:,lintd. If renovated butter or "Of course he had." was the rejoin*
soldier, lawyer and statesman, to build oleomargarine, the fat will be nri.!id. der. '"If was asl,--p all the tlme."
a dungeon without so much as a crack while if gen line, fresh butter the fat
or t;> g anywhere, so that it should Will almost certainly re ,ll! rely clear. Bristle. Were Not Inciaded.
beo ilhv darit. I e dur-on wa To manlpu'ate., w,-hat is known a Ithc, ('i,. ni th,.i :bitlct liwyor. and advo--
built with four solid walls, and one 1Catcrhouse, or iuii, test about two v it .- N\i-: Einglundl e'er produced was
(lay Ceneral Naglce came over to in- ounces of sweet milk Is p Ir.'ed in a Roger Minlott Slhf.rmiian, who. was also
spect it. HIo was accompanied by wide muathld bottle, which is set In famous f.,r ti. -qulirkness of his wit.
colonel Marston. "Where is the e- a vessel of boiling water. When the A story w.rifl fully Illustrates Sherv
trane," said the genera! "and how do milk is thoroughly heated a teaspoon- nmu's powers of repartee is quoted by
rou get sanbody into it?" "Oh," said ful of butter Is added and the mix. the late Senator IHoar in his book en-
Colonel Marston, "that is not my look- ture stirred with a splinter of wood titled "An Aitobl,.,graphy of Seventy
ut. I simply obeyed your orders." until the fat is melted. The bottle is Years."
then placed in a dish of ice water and On one occasion Sherman was argu.
'T'iIn Piaster. the stirring continued until the fat ing a case against Nathan Smith, a
Paper Hanger--e'll have to paper solidifes. Now, if the sample be but- very able but rather coarse lawyer,
right over the old paper. We can't get ter, either fresh oi renovated, it will Mr. Smith had discussed the question
this paper off without taking the plas- be solidified In a granular condition of law with the subtlety for whieC he
ter along with it. Owner (modern cot- and distributed through the milk in was distinguished. Mr. Sherman said
tage)-Because the paper sticks to the small particles. If, on the other hand, to the court that he thought Brother
plaster? Paper Hanger-No, because the sample consists of oleomargarine Smith's metaphysics were out of place
the plaster sticks to the paper. It solidifies practically in one piece and in that discussion; that he was not
may be lifted by the stirrer from the averse to such refinement at a propel
Wore Than Iast Africa. milk. time and would be willing ol a fit
The worst climate I have ever ex- Many persons believe that the great occasion to chop logic and split hairs
perienced Is that of New York, which mass of the fresh meat sold on the wilh him.
presents all the disadvantages of the market Is preserved chemically. This Smith immediately pulled a hair out
arctic and torrid zones.-From "The Impression Is entirely unfounded. The of his own head and, holding it up,
East Africnn Protectorate," by Sir cold storage facilities of the present said:
Charles Eliot. day make the use of preservatives "Split that."
with fresh meat unnecessary, and the F:!'n miin replied qtitek as lightning:
Any ohe of a dozen citizens of St. larger packing houses do not employ "Miay It please your honor, I didn't
Andrews Bay will freely donate five them. It sometimes happens that local say bristles."
acies of beautiful land on which to butchers sprinkle preservatives over coffe.end SIoke In Spalm.
a cut of meat In order that they mayso cp f
erect county buildings. We do not keep it exposed on the look or hang- Evn of win so chetp afl abu
Sdaut In Spain, the natives seem to use
claim it to be worth $100 an acre; ing in a show window as an adver- dnt n Spain, the natives seem to use
but you may seek the world over and temn Th e of chemical pr te erte, littl ever, They n thare fir use of to-
servatives with fresh meat is confined temperate, ho'n"ever, in their use of to-
not find more beautiful locations, to this practice alone. bacco and coffee. They drink coffee
-- at all hours and apparently every hour,
PreservatIves are very commonly The clerk who takes his morning cup
Interested. used with chopped meats and ausages,t s another at his des an hou
An English magazine tells a court especially fresh sausage. They are al- at 9 has another at hs desk an hour
story. A counsel in the middle of his ways employed with canned Vienna lhe bsuchass men rl,.t'eg through the
cross examination was handed a tele- and Frankfurter sausages liclosed in ets ase while a flow who car-e
gram. "Hello," he said, as he read it, casings with the ends tied. Whbee the
"So-and-so has won the Derby." "Mr. ends are cut preservatives may be ab- its hot coffee, hot milk, sugar and
A.," said the judge severely, "it is very sent. The reason for this is that the tin' on the sd, w lk.
unseemly that in the course of solemn temperature required for the complete If the ,,, i dok not smoke in his
judicial proceedings, where a man's sterilization of sausages will either p tt i Is o ,, m t'
liberty and reputation are at stake, burst or distort the skins when the l t.il hly ,t, fm th
you should be talking of the winner of ends are tied, whereas sausages with '
a horse race. Er-by the way, does cut ends afford an opportunity for the
the telegram say which were second escape of the water and steam.A m
and third?" With many varieties of sausages,
both fresh aud smoked, and with chop- y
Where He Drew the Line. pod meats of all descriptions, coloring fno
M. de Sainte-Beuve, the popular matter is sometimes employed. This is The season's first cold
French writer, once fought a duel. done partly for the purpose of satisfy-
When the principals took their posi- lug an unnatural demand for a high may be slight-mav yield

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Vernon, the Buoy has no fear but
what the present buildings will be



I.,A R IT 1 14E.

T'hcmtr. 'l 'arpon arrived from (!,it,-
r.ibelle and A palachola, FMiafdy aind
if e'epected to reetth ihere from Mobile
Iftxt Saturday.

NA144 V 9 A 1,A 1, t'LHJ
3 "T 3 X Y L.
Fittesl ii, n opl]eid c'tndiiiun to tako ex-
CUrsioiie or ',i.iweioi to any Ioimint on.
t'bM eMy or 1 1' M Ut. i ctji caWii, pIudtectidon
in the e ve"tF of 1Lad vi ,athe r, TermIs reai,-
euIRb1e, Ah~lo,,
19 A ft r(1,; ~E M 1 EA;
Cay'mt t 1t0ptWO) yt'ei of Lnu oher wiW Ferryv
WeImfi Faruidnr I *djid Allanitonto, nt East
Btts and will deliver treightwot' every de-
%cription, i.i a~ live stoc i tu anyv
point on St. A ndreh-a Ba For pa rticu-.
Y..is, Addreasas.. W',.r.,rt', Farmt-N
daIe, Fai.

aTukep regnLAr ttii' hvet%%eeon St. Ar-
drevvi Bay anid E'Biisola (AiGood aseIri -
40g et ati~l~t~,l~ ~, d tr1eeviai atten- I
tiou paid to lIalillgiii and carving frici lit
at reasuoijable iater. For particulars ad-
dreiss. C(AP1. I'. Wj. ANY)imsor,
Aider,onu. Via

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
1. E~Awo~r,- AI~slun
Leaves :t. Aiitdi 'tr. Haey v.t-y Monday
te it v o l 'e1bc (Is I it e y v Iu i hursday
tsenflier peon ttiillt; ). `zpecieI al ten
tiol ivill lie git itl to receiving enid
fortwvrdinig ttej ivi ghtir nt iviligon
El3t an4 d Niprll lyi, *'.t "0ioAtgers for
Pointe oiln eith er ii4I) f o t lie Piny ca 1
depowtl U iiui ecoijjmg pi .llpt ia.
00U0ttioll'Ci IRLo il It jim r jij
seui~ R~oo Ktinnsiol6guod, Exprerss
ari' Railroad PI crliti tcll a tipj. tur
L .11. W Alt Geni. Aanager.
----- ,- ---.-
L A. U R A.
tmrriea tIe heE'10 Hay MAilalhi veen St,
A"id~.Mp bix aqWvhpq1d tmid hiitetedi-
aloleii t Io 3 Lt. An*a daily
iex'ept Swuolac n1j l,'l it.; arrive at,
iestappo 1 of PID V. m, ileav ate etappo
at 1 1 p11 to !i rjve i t if-t. Anidtrews at
rX!l) pJ. rti i t t.M ak i1 I rc olaily ttt

tiu, 9.~ ati . a.u I ic 1 a;Ied a For
k att cat r i Ii (Ite 3ev-

A %Yvo-I. k 1" I ctI litr.
X f. LW,%ill-.., tbtIleA Oi, t the ilaxi-
mum Qui lniumuiIIanid t~inearttniipera-
tlrc- the aiti ii a]itl dtirw tion of the
%, iu,1, for t e th: s enty -font: Lrcliiz ending
itt 7 o'tIsk p lpinIas iiillcitted by U. S.
lgrovernmonzi t relft-registevingII r therinoin-fl
October 4 1 4 82 70 171 ..! e
o 0 44 7c I t 00 e
7 7 ~S 7O 74 t no
8 8 8 7 6 i .00
Of 75 t1l60 62 tO n
10 84 7 4 4 4.0
F'orweok. -81 1 77 73 ,4.i5
The resbytorian Slundayi l Sc (101 1)e-
Luf nimItd ith tbat of tilit Ni. K.
churcb, a union school vv.ill be conlduct-
ed every Suviday mnornIiiinga It, o'clock
in the N1. F, church.
F'rayer mautiiig every Thm-udavv evc-
ning, at 8 o'ctloclk in I lhi F4 c iKcrchl
Evt'rvbod'y i icordiali ii ited toia]]
of tlwoe .jcm o iCe
*Woardg of V'iolcnee.
S~ords of violencet nearly always
Beg~in with rp'FD saidi a poect.
"hIiow: Ch'er yOUI rui1a ?'
"I1 ImeUU that WCOili'S Of Vtolen'ceS 'ikre
eptonk begin with teo en me tw~o letters,
a and p.: !vmr e~ltu~pie, Iw~sldcN spankl,
a clear woi~ t~c ;lolence. werr have the
Etp 1*g !Inhig for niclh wo;rdfs ~s spurt,
Fru )t, splrln:, PIlurtter, aPpel~ w.Speedl-
P~llO,, apln, spipnter, spurln, spar,~ aPunl,
EEpil:o epa,, aud. so on." -t'li ild'I~d;Jfljf

!"' idl'er I.'" ''i'prl- itrl..r~ile att Oth
Lt I 'I'CI I dtv1) .i *i *. : i~l I\~ll j esides~
pn evo1* r(ik vo~l t*? or' iIi'i \\t~le'r'
"Ohb. yrna. I hiad lots of prlOposals91 be-
ore~ your father caine along."
"WelTsl, do you: think you gained any-
rhlar: -,--- 'W l l'i' s
Fiir I of Tragfic Tdi~le tlug.

are those lines from J. H. Simmons, of
l.'as.ey, Ia. Think what might have re-
t.ulted from the terrible couh if he had
not taken the medicine about which he
writes: "I had a fearful cour-h that dis-
turbed my night's rest. I tried every-
thtng, but nothing would relieve it, un-
til'I took Dr. King's New Discovery for
C consumption, Coughs and Colds, which

completely cured me." Instantly re-
lieves and permanAnIly cores all thhoart
and lung diseases; prevents grip and
pneumonia. At A. H. Brake's store.
guaranteed; 50c and $1; Trial bottle
Toelor 14dle* of the Time.
Among the moderately well to do
thewtra-fan army of young mene growing
up ln idlesess in this country who think
It beneaththheir dignity to learr a trade
followw a profession and who in ra'ny
lfsataDcs form that large, cln.q known
asgenteel idlers. They have been pam-
ptred and petted by their parents until
they have come to the conclusion thit
the world owes them a living without
their having to work for It or give an
equivalent In toll. .'llicy are in truth a
menate to the nieae and welfare of the
& tmantry. and thbse who eC-ourrm, them
it ati es reprehensible as they.-
loria Cliy r'Sune,

SDR FT NEW COUNTY -- Earthquakes generally do their work Pei
Correspondence or the Buoy WITH KIND GREETINGS TO ALL, but there are ex-
-a h att ver report efrom Pen' Editor Buoy and readers: There are Kind Iricdls, I wish to expressi y ceptions. While Caracas and Lisbon
sola ew case and no eat, or 'So many tricks- appreciation of the kindness extended were destroyed In a few minutes, the
one day. In politics," Calabrian earthquakes beginning in
-A large stock of ladies' tall and that o never kow what to depend to e i y late bereavement, and1fr years rth es
winter hate just received at Mrs, O. shall ever remember it with ever n- travel across the earth at velocities
Kester's millinery store. Come and ex.e
aKeter's miinery 1toree. Come and ex- of te u. creasing gratitude toward all. You varying between several hundred and .>
amine them. 1. I am inware of the lact that St. several thousand feet a second, the
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm Andrew has as good or a better claim probably one d all wil evegreater thentensityof theshock the
pri on know the encouragement received greater being the velocity. The sea
I'rinLca on good linen paper, 25c per to be the county site as C(hipley, for waves that frequently accompany
dozen; also 'lank recei)t tabs-100 re tions during the sad, waves that frequently accompany
S b receipt ta-10 re- St. Andrew is several miles from the earthquakes also travel at tremendous -
oeipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy y line and i typically healthy dark hours of uiy severest trial. In speeds. A sbmarine earthquake near Tuesda
otHice. county line and is typically healthy speeds. A submarine earthquake near WTdnes
o in i closing, allow ie. once more to thank the coast of Japan in 1854 gave rise to Wed
-A fine stock of headwear for babies, and will soon have a railroad. you, one and all for your kind atte- sea waves which traversed the whole rWe
consiLting of bonuetj, caps and hoods But after careful consideration 1 breadth of the Pacific at the rate of
jurt rcaived at Mrs. 0. H. Kester'. am fully persuaded that neither place t and hope I may o live and con- 370 miles an hour. At Simoda, Japan, Monda
Price reasonable. will get i, as there will not be a ctmy fn eojour here among you the waes from this earthquake were
tnAras to merit vo- friendship nnid conr- thirty feet high. At San Diego, al-., Tbursd
-The contracts a.'e all let for grad- jurity vote for any of the places in has ty werm oyyo! fix inpah hifeh. Friday,
ing the B., C. & St. A. R. 1. from Eu- the race, Result: Vernon will contin- teous comlpanhai,onsh. As the rain fall- Friday,
fala to North Bay and parties arriving eth upon the earth, so may a kind pro- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES,
here from Chipley report that the e to be the county seat. evidence scatter blessings over aind
work upon the road is moving rilgt 2. It it a ""iveisally admitted r Do You Want to Sell Your F
along. pin2cidle of equity and justice that a around one and all is the prayer of Business? We cansell vour business, P
Sii e d jutie that your friend, JOSEPH F. LARGET, no matter where it is located. This is S
,-You never have and may never again county site should be as near thie con- _____ _the age of specialists. We are the only
have an opportunity to get so fine a ter of the county as possible. C ly me Seasonable Advice. ecluiv business brokersin the con- The
ypn s t oe Seyosonable Advick. try. We have buyers. What have you
fountain pen for so little money as you. is on the Jackson county line in the It may I,e a Diece of superfluous advice to offer? We bring buyer and seller to-
can now by complying with the condi"Atether and maxe quick sales.
tious of the coupon to be found else northeast part of the county. St. An.- to urge people at this season of the year R other tnd m. quic sa Incs.
tious of the coupon to be found elsa Robt, M. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
whete on tlis page. drew is only 7 miles 11ro tile Gulf-- to lay ir a TPly oi Cliamberlain's Pittsburg, Pa.
-Sick hadacne is caused by adisor- the opposite bile. Vi non is not in CQohefu is alm~,.ure to be Buy An-Established usinesso
dored condition of the stomach and is the center, but is within 12 miles of l fore tei r, ad a d eue selfa ady i me; G
nore piomlpt and satisfactory results are business is the old fashioned, time-tried
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom- it. 'Ille court house will do to use for obtained when taken its soon as a cold is method of getting rich, Don't monkey
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by L. with "get rich quick" schemes; we are
2M Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead fonr or five years, yet. By that time contracted and before Wt has bec):oe set- the only exclusive "business brokers"
and alr medicine dealers there will be a railroad through the tied in the .sysiem, which |can only be in the country, and can place you in an
and al medicine dealers. c a done by keeping the remedy at hand. established, good-paying business, no
--Wizar Ink lTaletsPrice, per county and o o e town built; h reimdy is so widely known and so matter where you wish to locate. Write
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a then the people can more wisely se- altogether good that no one should hes:- Robert M. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
box. One box makes ten ounces splen- lect a county site. t about buying it in preerene to any ert MPittsbur, Pa.w
did ink. Economical permanent; abso- 3. It :s said that some of the othi r. It is tor sale by L. M. Ware, St,
lutely indellible, convenient, non-corro- friends at St. Andrew want the couu. Andrew and Bdayhead and all medicinee
Aive. At the Buoy office. dae
--Handsome letter heads with St. ty divided so St. Andrew can be a dealers. 5000 S
Andrews Bay date line and views of county site, and that they are run- CONVICTS AND GUARD ________ N E E D E D
either St.AndrewsBlulT, orBuenaVjsta uing St. Andrew to weaken Vprnon, BURNED TO DEATH. Annually, tofill the new positions cre-
P'oint, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the so that Chipley can get a inajrity, Four convicts and a guard at a ated by Railroad and Telegraph Com-
t. Andrews Bay country on back of a apanies. We want YOUNG MEN and LA-
St. Andrews se a country on back of at and that will strengthen the senti- ttrpentine camp at Aycock. in the ae We of good haitsE and L
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the 1)IE3 of good habits to
BUOYollfice meant in favor of dividing the county, Uortheastern part of the county were L E A R N T E L E G R A P H Y
-Every man owes it to himself aid Jackson county is larger than VWash- burned to death last Saturday night, AND B. B. ACCOUNTING.
his family to master a trade or profes- ington, but does not want to divide, and six or hers had their feet so badly We furnish 75 per cent of the Opera-
ston. Read the display advertisement because hel court house is near the buried that they will have to be am- trs and Station Agets in America.
r Our schools are the largest exclusive
of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy, center. It would e quite impossible putted. It seems that the guard Telegraph Schools in the World. Estab-
in this issue and lei ,-n how easily a lished 20 years and endoredby all lead-
youn manor-lady may learn telegra- to divide the county-two 'reasons: over a section of convicts got druk ingd 20 ailway Officials.
phy and be assured a Position. 1. Chipley would throw all her Infl-i. ard upset a ;anteiu, setting fire to We execute a $250 Bond to every stu-
dent to furnish him or her a position
-About the 18th inst., Mrs. Rock. euce against it; 2. tho state constit.- the stockade. The convicts were fast- paying frpm $40 to 60 a month in states
stead will receive at her millinery store tion ays, the legislature shall not ended to' a heavy chain by rings east of the Rocky Mountains, or from
in the West End, an elegant stock oi$f $75 to $100 a month in states west of the
fall and winter ead Wea and milline- exceed 100 members. We now have around their ankles. There was a Rockies, immediately upon graduation:
ry goods for ladies. Ladies of the en- just 100. There are fifteen counties small window in tile stockade aud as Students can enter at any time. No
vacations, For full particulars regard-
tire bay country are invited to call and in the state that have two represent- the tire bnrued. they broke the win- ing any of our Schools write direct to e
inspect these. goods before purchasing ties each, in the legislature. If a new dow, and as the rings would slide our executive office, Cincinnati, O. Cat-
elsewliere. alogue free.
-elsewhere county is organized, that would re- along the chaii, six of the smaller The M e
at Cromanton catIe Tuesday night-too quire that some one of these counties ones g,,t through, but four who were The Morse School
ate for this issue-It will appear next should lose one legislator, so the new too large to go through the opening Cincinnati, O. f ele a a
week. Contributors to the Buoy should county could have one and as no one burned to death ilnsde, while those Atlanta. Ga- LaCrosse, Wis.
remember that their favors trust reach could tell which until the apportion- outside being fast to the chain had Texarkana, Tex San Francisco, Cal.,
this v..atut- not later than Mooday night. nio.t was made, each and all of these their feet terribly burned. The de-
: 'o a crowidl outu:over it is usu- fiitteen counties, the strongest fiuan- ldegreo of heat may be imagined the
all.y Noii otar fault.c
-'T'.. Cco.0tittion of the state of cially, numerically andi influentially- when it is that itbcamne so adgardenerseve her
Floridal originally provided that each would oppose the organization of a hott that thl weight ol tioe convicts place confidence in Ferry's
county should have one, and no county new county, successfully. p1tLcd it and released tlhun. eds-th
more than three representatives in the So Clipley and the legislature -- D fFt
state legislature, and that the legisla- No w'iting For Breakfast. n
ture should consist of one hundred wod effetually block the di n Baxtr-- ,l life isn't what It
members-no more, and no less. But of Washington. county, and then bt. used to be. Si.on-You're right there.
is has beenamendedsothat new ew would feel e going out an Since the kitcheu stove has been sup- have ben the standard for49yea
thi ha been amended so that new would feel lie goig o a planted by n gas range there's no such re not experiment Dry
counties can be made and given a rep- kicking Iherself over the fence. thing as lying in tbed in the morning. Aul frealfrefor theasking.
resentative and the legislature may Let us all deal fairly with the soothed by the sweet thought that your D. l. FERRY& CO.,
consist of more than one hunted mem- wife is at work building the fire.-Bos- Detroit- Mich.
bears until a reapportionment is made, whole county-let no selfishness enter ton Transcript.
which is every ten years; the next. e- into this vote. When St. Andrew- -
apportionment being in 1007. This, as gets a railroad, slhe will soon bae Notice Of Application for Tax Deed I -I
will be seen, effectually makes null an. city witli a port, and can get roost all Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. p
void Mr. Loudermilk's excuse for not she wants and won't need the county Notice is hereby give that J. I. Drunlumond, purchaser of Tax Certificates,
having a division of Washington county. Nos. herinafter named, dated the 3d day of June, A. ,. 1902, has filed s .id ccrtifi-
-Mrs. R. A. Willard, formerly Miss site. Rcsptctfully; r catesiu my office, and has made apnlicalinn for tax deed to issue in accordancee
Gertrude Dayton, writes the Buoy that S. L. LOUDERMILK. with law. Said certificates embrace the following describedprop rty, situated ini
Willard disappcared from Pensacola Washington county, Florida, to-wit: This
some three months ago-shortly after Women as Well as Men o. Cer- Desc on c. Tp. s, R. w rstst oa
tificate. o propertySc. Tp. w property of
their marriage and is still missing, and 115 si of swj,. less 15 acres............ 4 4 14 Unknown ..........
she believes him to be dead. She is with Are ae Miserable by 128 lots 6,7 8 and 10, blk 14, ......s 35 3 15 known .......
her parents at Lakeland, Fla. The Kidney Trouble. 1 lots 16, 17andl8, blki5,.......s 35 3 15 Unknow ..........
1,30 lot 2, blk 18 ................... s i 35 3 15 L M Knowles....... Hr
Buoy hea'-d of his disappearance at the 131 lot 3, blk 18, ................ ... 35 3 15 Unknown. .........
ti1e and concluded then, as it still b-32 lot, 7 and 8, 1ilk 21..........s9) 35 3 15 Unknown--------
i and included the ait still e- Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- 13 lots 8 and 9, blk 7............ s 36 15 Unkown ..........
courage andlessens ambition; beauty, vigor 137 lots arid 8, blk 31 ......... 35 3 15 Unknown CA
aboard of some vessel and would show and cheerfulness soon 138 55 acres of n............... sw 36 3 15 Unknown ........
up again some time in the future Such l-Ti disappear when the kid- 140 lot 8 blk 7 ...................ne4 1 4 15 Elias Edwards. ..... I
disappcaranccs are not uncommon at neys are out of order 14,. blk 15, lens lots 14, 15 and 16.. nee 1 4 15 T. G. Trisket.......
sports and he may be on a ship f o id 146 lots 1 to 5, and 12 to 17, blk 24.nei 1 4 15 Unkuown .. .... KI
a year's or- even a two years' cruise; become so prevalent 152 lot1 blk 16...... ....': ...:.nnw 1 4 15 J.E. Roletson .....
but in all probability he will return that it is not uncommon 154 lots 6, 7,11,12 and 13, blk 16. .nwi 1 4 15 J. s. Boyd........
aome time. for a child to be born 155 lotslO, 17 amd 18, blk 16. .nwk 1 4 15 Unknown.
-MIr. Loudermilk, in hiscommu.nicu- / withweak kid- l to 16 atd 18, blk 17.....wi 1 4 15 Unknow ........
li o i n t h i i s u e i s e n t r e ~ i s t k e n ~ '~. ...- L ,A L ., ..tt A U 1 56i L T h esa i 1 2toi b e i a s ssu d 1 a t t h e d a t o f. t h e i s u a c o f s a i c en o rti i c t . . . .

tio i this issue, is entirely mistaken Jates too often, if the The said laid being assessed at the date of the issuance of said certificate in 11e 1011
Snakes designated witheach certificate. Unless said cften, if thetificates shall redeemed
when hlie says St. Andrew is in tie race urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child names desi-tated with each certificate. Unless said ce-tificates shall 6o redeenled M.
for tie county site to weaken Vernon. reaches an age when it should be able to according tolaw, tax deed will issue thereon on the 6th day of November, A. .
for th iae county site to weaken Vrnon. control the passage, it is"yet afflicted with 1905.
so Chipley can get a majority. Nothing bed-wetting depend uon it. the cause of Wiiness official signature and seal this the st da of october
of the kind-and he could not get the the. difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first A. .19UJ W, C. LOCKEY, Clerk Circuit Court,
Clilck-y people: to believe it. St. An- step should be towards the treatment of of Washington County. Florid ,
drew is runningg upon its, own merits, these important organs. This unpleasant _-- of Appi;cationt for Tax Deed
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
,because it knows.it to be the most de- kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Under Section t of- Cliapl. 4i H Laws of Floridit
sirable place for a county site and is most people suppose. Notice is herely, gi\en that J. II. L)lD;lht ON.i purclhs.:)r ol 'Ila% (:._.ri'i,- ile.-
confiiltcntit would be the worst thing Women as well as men are made mis- Nus. as herein.ifter nauedd, datea the eil .LiL\ of JulI, .A. 1., 19: 3, h In 11 1.I ., id .]
that could happen to the south end of erable with kidney and bladder trouble, certificates in imy olliBc, and has made .i|,i.:la.tioij f r Ix tded to Is--ur In .1, ..1- F-
e south e of and both need the same great remedy. ace with law. Said certificales embrace t:i luollowiug dc-.':tiicd DIto.pVrti ~...i.;J
the county to locate it at Chipley. His The mild and the immediate effect of i Washingtoni enunty, Florida, to-wit: AG,E
position in regard to a division of the Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold No. Cei- Description Se. Tps, R. W. Assessed as
county is effectually n.egatived in anoth- by druggists, in fifty- Fle tificate. of property. property of
er item. Nixon should cast its vote for cents. ad mae lvaI 84 s oL l 3 ........n ............... 12 C.E. Bra agan...
St. Ani-ew. sizes. Yoiim8ay have a .f lg 85 ash otilot 3..........................1 12 C. E. B-am-igai.,....*u
S Andr sample bottle by- mrai~ er" 90 10 acred in se corner of ei of sw.. 5 4 13 R. E. Howard, est.... 1
-Since Tompkins failed to get a suf- free, also pamphlet tell- Home of wamp-Root. 97 e1.; of set of swi and blk '9,lesis
ticient number of signatures to its petiL ing all about it, including many of tht I s 12.1. 29, 39 and 40.............35 3 14 T. J. Reese.,....... Mai
petition t) have a place on the ballot thousands of. testimonial letters received 10t n.. of blk 8 and w2 of lot 4, blk 25
from. suff.rers..urad. i. writing Dr. Kilmer n-............-..............-... 8 4 14 Unkrown..........
or the county site, the Buoy's repre- & Co., Bingha-tor i. Y., be sure and 1.04 ne ............................... 3 15 Unknown ..........
tentative there, speaking for the votes mention thfs paper. 105 lots 7, 5, 11, 20, blk 3............,35 3 15 Unknown .......... Winl
of Tompkins, appea-s to have experi- Don't make any mistake, but rememi 10(' lot 14, ulk 14................. sk) 35 3 15 11
enced a decided change of heart and ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil- 107 lots 1 to lo, blk 9..............sk/ 35 3 15 Unknown .........
ple them vote tkeep the cou me wamp-Rot, and the address, 11 lot 6 lk 17.................. s 35 3 15 Nettie Opdale .....
pledges them vote to, keep the cou- Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. 116 lots 16 and 21, blk22-.... ..... si 35 3 15 Unknown ........
ty site where it now is. The Buoy re- .118 lots 2, 3, 4, 8,11, 16, 19, 20, ik
grets to see this "dog-in-the-manger" YT r -.- 25 ......... .... .. ........... si 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
policy develop, and speaks for a!l St, Chidren are notorlougly-:eager to ac- 119 lots 5, ,11, 314, 151, bk 26,.. s- 35 3 15 Unknown ........,
Andrew when it says, if any place on quire facts. The following, question 123 lot 2, blk161'...... ...........sw 36 3 15 A.J.Rood... ....
the bay cau show greater inducements was asked by a lad of sevei after he 124 ot blkl6. .................sw 36 3 15 A. tCrandall......
ior the lIcatin of a county site than had ridden upon his uncle's 'knhe: 126 kit 16, blk 17...............,sv- 36 3 15 Unknown .......... F
this, we will line up toa man andsup- "Say, Uncle- Will, what becomes of 127 lots 1, 2, 3, 4, bik 18......... swi.36 3 15 Unknown ..........
porttha place. Tompkis should ge l when you stand up?"- 12& lots ind 4 to 8 blk 20........swi 36 3 15 Unknown ..........
port that place. Tompkins should give 129 of lots Iand 2, blk 3..........swi 36 3 1- Unknllownil .......... 'S;
St. Andrew a complimentary vote. Insomnia and Indigestion Cured. 132- lot 4, sbl ...a.... bk ..........sewi 36 3 15 U, 1, Sikn ii,........ SA
Cured. 132- lotI 4, blk10.. ". ...... ....e 3 3 15 Un. dw Snith-..........-
"'Lastyear I had a very severe attack 133 lots t 14aiLd 17 and 18, blk 24 sei 3 3 15 Uaknowu ...... 9CO
New Cure for Cancer, 13.35 lots 19 and'20,-blk-7.....-... nef 1 4 15 Unlknown ..........
e c s are now nownto of indigestion. Could not sleep at night 3i lois 10 and Il,blk 8 ...........ue 1 4 15 ''. C Hauge........
All surface cancers are now known to -nd suffered most exc uciatuug pains for 138 lots 7 to 18, blk 11...........nei 1 4 15 Unknown ..........
be curable, b. Bucklen'sArnica Salve, three hours after.each meal. I was trou- 137 lots 3,'ti, 8 and 9, bik 10(........ne 1 4 15 Unkniown .........
about three- b 15,1......3Ar months 134 lots 14, 1....td 16). 4 15he C. H. 1) U oi ......... .
J-as. Walters, of Duffield Va., Vrites: bled this way f about three months 139 losa 14, 15 and 16, blk 15,......nei 1 4 15 C. H. Chiispen.....
'I had a cancer on my lip for years, when I ued Chamberlgin's Somach 147 lots 7 and II, bik 17...........nwi 1 4 15 Uninown -..........
thatenhe said Lrd .i.eing asseased at the date ot thee issuance of s.lch certifi ates
that seemed incurable, till Bucklen's and Livfr Tablets,and:received imme- in, the immes designated wi-h each certificate Unless said certificates:, shall be. F
Arnica Solve healed it, and now it is diate relief," saya John 'Dixon. Tulla- redeemed accoordiing to law, tax deed will is n thereon on the 6tIh dayof No- office
perfectly well." Guaranteed cure for mor4, Ottario, Canada. For sale by LM. M member, A. u. 1905. a iu
cuts and burns. 25c. at A. I. Brake's Ware, St. Andrew and Baylead and alI iL..s j 't'tnI ~ nv official signature a-id Seal t is th- l.t d:Y of October, file
t ore. .( ( : :. i,.. t '. r
i.i .ieiiia daaelir .',nf Vt '-:,...,,;,' ,C ; l. ,, .;,, --
iii -u',e'-v'af

nsacola St. Andrew & Gulf

'-p ..i STEAMER

S"": -; -.."--. 'm *. a,
y, 8:30 p. m. Pensacola.
sday, 4:00 p. m. St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
sday, 2:30 p. m. Millville, Wednesday,|10:00 a. m
ay, 9:00 a . Apalachicola, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Carrabelle, Thursday, 12:00 noon.
y, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, Monday,6:00 a. m.
ay, 3:00 p. m, Carrabelle.
S11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m. Millville. Friday, a.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. m,
: ASSE:N-rE- RAL= :l ES.
'ensacola to St. Andrew and Millville. $5.00.
'ensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabclle, $7.50.
t. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
'ensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARHOW.


en e r 1 M r c h andisc


cooking and Heating Stoves!

ing Machines and Needles!

SPumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.

'he Trading Post!

[Successor to B. V. Brock.]

Headquarters for

taple and Fancy Groceries,
ady Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notiont

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



GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

rner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
ay Cash for Goods and must do
a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


is iin my Patrons' Interest as well as mly own.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.

Call amirt


u R 1) Y G 0 0) S THRIVE

ip Chandlery - Hardware

ons, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,
clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.
Trunks and Valises.


S& Wire Go,
de in Iron.

Mill Company

Coper Paint

-All Goods GIVEN TO
EXCEPT laiI Orders!
Salt, Grain aW Fl0
Any Postoffice Gladly Sent
on the Ba)! O plication

Breech-Loading I We Are

12-Ghia tc l! S > THE
Only $5.50! SHOEME!
Oi *I y- .$, 5 ify^^J ^ S^^^'^^^^M ~ ^^^^^

or Fine Job Work, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.


-st. SOLID COLD FO uj'AI r N

'or five of these coupons and sixty cents Seat or brouLht to thle Buo
a we will furrijh you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Solidt Gold FoIr(i't-
Pcin, that costs at retail $1.50. The pep is complete with box and
r and is fully warranted by the manufactureis and can be returned to
l a if ,- .s'iti^sQto v i ;-:\ tlParticular.

C- ~---.1- 111 1 I I I I L I IR I I ------- II' ---- ------- --I ------ --IL.Y --~--- --- --- I




Thursday, Oct. 12, 1905.


4unar, 1t Tea, p 1
Cranu lated .,.. .61 HeNo....... 55
Cotfee.A ..... 51 Gunpowder.. 40
tI brovn ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
ooTec, Cond milk, ~1 can
Green... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,tb l2-15 Sweetened ..... 10
,inger saps 31b25 Baking powder
ckers,soda 0 o al. .... .. 5
o'oba.co, plug II0a60 Campbell ...... 10
1 raisins Canned fruit
L don aiver.s .S-15 PCeaches.. 1 0a (
V ..... Tom toe ...iii
tic< ...... ; 6H A ppl"s ...... .. J
k pplesa Pts .. ......
Evaporated... 1 l-' fium .......... 10
Dried Peaches Apricot......10-20
Coal Oil pr nal. .... 20 Strawberries... 20
islilue ...... .-0 Pineapple ... 10-20
7lorid y Syrup.. 50l Canned Malts
ey .......... '5 oastBecef... 12!1
7inegar ........ 30 Corned Beef. 12.
CUess pr lb .... 18 Chipped Beefli(*#
butter .. .2955-35 Lobster .... 12,
Oleoniargerine.. 18 Salmon. 10@15
,.rd ........ 7-10 Canned Vegetables
Beans ..........5 Baked Beanl... 10
Cocoanut pkg... 10 .orn ....... 10@15
jelly, glasi 10ailI T Peas .. .... 10
timne Juice ...... 45 Pumpkin ..... 12
Fggs per doz. 90
flour Pork
,tar of S'th', 2.,3 D. S. pr 1b......11
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides....12
Cori Meal pr lu'0-60 Fresh ...... 8a 10
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bac'n 16-22
Corn per bu .75a00c Ham canv's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish... .. 1 40 Beef
Earlv lt'se seed 1.61 Corned ...... 8
Swveet.... 60@75 Fresh......... 10
;lt, pr sack.. .. .00 Dried......... 25
'Tale ....... 5 Milk pr (it....... 10
Nails, Der Ib4'a5i Ax,with handle. 75
Galv Wire do.6a6( Hoes, each....35a50
Manilla rope.. .9al20opper paint, can 50
4l,veoi cook,. *a2d Linseed oil,gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 18
IPrints, per yd.. 5ab Checks .........5a5
Sheeltings .... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40
Muslin ...... al Thread per spool. 5
ens..........15a45 Shoes,ladies,$la2 75
Klntra j ants Ppt 2-25 Men's.. $1 40a;00
Hayv pr "wt. .75ia1.I5 Oats pr bu....... 60
irt .. ...... 1.25 Brick pr M.....13.00
lope Si.al .... 7@9 Lime pr )bl...... 7.5
Jriigeaspr do' ... 45 Pecans pr 11b..... 15
A pples ...... 15 Walnuts......... .
eimois ....... 20 Almonds........ 15
lia heLll pr I ,000 1.50 Opened pr qti .. 15c
11 rees... $30al 50 Cows......... $J5a325
Mules.... $50a4175 Hogs...... $3 to $4
Oxen.. pr yoke $65 Sheep.......... $2
"'ickcu ise.Ih 35a50 Geese each. 45a50
s .... IHal.00 Ducks ....... 25a50
f.e shi Salt
Mullel pr do.z 25c Mullet pr hl, 5.50
T'rout........, *~ '1lit. ........ 5. 50
Poinpanio pr lb.. 6 Pompano .... 10.00
Sturgeoni.... 10 Mackerel ... 8.00

Heart, ni ...g$14.00
Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
Clai ploards,
L.X{i in. J)lU...$12.0.
Finishiiiig iuin-
llor,d. .$12@ 15.001
Lath, mi .... :2.00
Boat liimler,
d. .ied....$20

U rt,' n ; ...$14.00
Face ... 12.00

Heart lace .t III 14.00
Sa 10.00
Bul'T lumber. H@12
eartht shlngles, 2.50
S.4 1.50

Frank J. lheney makes oath that lie
ts the senior partner of the firm of F. J
Clienev & Co. doini- business in the City
of T'oledo, couiN.ty an.i ld afo'--u c ai, a di
that said firua will pay the u a of O E
UiNDiREt1D DOLL ,RVS for ea- i aniti every
case of Catarrh that cainnt be cured by
he use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me 'and subscribed in
nmy pesence, this 6th day of December,
A. P., 1866. A. W. G;.LASON,
[SEAL.] Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu-
on1g surfaces of the system. Send for
estimnoials, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take 1-all's Family Pills for constipa-
tion. ';

HVow the Tibetana Dresa.
Lay and ,leric alike, tb- inhabitants
of Lassa ar eittirely similar to those
of the rest of Tibet.. There is indeed
but one diftereuce even in the dress.
In one province through which we
passed the women use a turquoise
Studded halo as a headdress. In Lassa
a fillet ornamented in the same way
is bound close down over their hair,
fluffed out on either aide, and falls
down over the shoulders. It is one of
the most'becoming ways of doing the
hair that I have ever seen, and for a
Certain type the entire dress of a wo-
man of Lassa would be a becoming
costume for a fancy dress ball at
home. The dress of the men and the
women is very similar. There is a sin-
gle undergarment and one heavy na-
tive cloth, 'obe, dun or crim'on in color,
and usually patc'hed which both sexes
pull in around the wilst with a girdle,
the men pouching it at the vwa-.st to
form thie ouly pocket that they use.--
World's Work.

Long Lived Carp.
The ordinary carp, if not Interfered
Switch, will, it is said, live 500 years.
There are now living in the Royal
aquarium in Russia several carp that
are known 1o be over G00 years old,
nnd It has been ascertained in a num-
ber of cases that whales live'to be over
200 years old. A gentleman in London
has had an ordinary goldfish for fifty-
tl.ree years, and his father informed
i im that lie had purchased it over forty
yenrs before it came to. the present
owner's possession.

Special report to the Buoy.
Everyone is li.sieinig wvithl tihe
k( ouest ioitleest fo. n Olimethlig new
!atlti the raiiloaud.
The M. E. sunday school at t
place will hold its annual reunion at
Mr. Blampied's park.
CO Anderson of Anderson was a
pleasant caller at the mill today.
Mr. Foxwoith has started to build
his house and is getting along nicely.
Now that this is the last isoue of
the tsuoy before the election, let ev-
ery voter of Washington county
think twice before voting. Let tu all
turn out and stop the unnecessary cost
of building another courthouse now,;
the one we have will do veiy well for
perhbpsu a number of years, when, be-
yond a doubt, we will be better abl
to move the county site and give an
opportunity to divide the county.
V'e are burdened already with taxes;
so let us be wise and keep the taxo.t
down and that will encourage others
and 1iolp us in the future to reap the
reward, and this is the s.entimeiint or
tie voters of Toimpkins.

A Judicious Inquiry.
A well known traveling man who visits
the drug trade says he has often hard
druggists inquire of customers who asked
for a cough lnedicinc, wlhther it was
wanted for a child or all adult, and if for
a child lhey almost invariably recom-
mended 01 omerlain's (Cough Remedy.
ihe reason for this is that they know
there is no danger from it and that It al-
ways cures. There is not the least danger
in giving it, and for coughs, colJs and
croup it is unsurpassed. For sale by L.
M. Ware. St. Andrew and Barhe: d and
all ni,.dicine dealers.
l'aic(ienn and Beet Sugar.
Alth:u'idh t:h g-reat Napoleon was not
he sort of man whom it was ordinarily
:afeo o liagh at, lie was ridiculed and
,"'i arnr.:d % n account of his faith that
:i:;- r.eouhL be mi:de profitable from
'.*ets. In 1Si1 tile (c::luper I)i'cmlsed
-.e i"'i:!n:.h people that tley should
""-(- :,;-!:*' frmi ti -,.", if ",, 'xciid]c d
rnm' I'n l:'!!ce lthe o:nmc of E f gand,
nliudii;g i. su.i iigrs of the British
'.L a :, T"i. p'-o-ni.ise led to the
:.!".! n in of a cr::'clilre in which
h ie: ;' eror an! his- litlt!o son, tle king
I' to-.s, -,v ;'e ri'epr:t'e iedl. The eii-
,.- .: .? : >.,u s:i la in' h!. 3 '
7!:,.-- *.. i s.-:anecs ro b,?t root into a
-T', of -'M' e. The baby prince sEat
';. i,:i hard at work sueckiug a beet
:, "-" :n ," sta :di.ng ,closr-
--. -v '":''-e"it'.!( imi exclaiming.
'i-ni.kR it, iear, is eiiL''r" Tis biti sarcasm did
.t ~"' ~r .t N';:o'oan from sp:c1!n
',PI"': rllt'iP' fr:ni''as :t a .tlme when
i" '-.r Vs l oCr a. tre iromindous
.:i-t ,)i c e\ ..il;tire in bounties for
'; tr -ta I''Go il br' ts.

The Titrantula lKillting Waspa.
The tarantula killer is a bustling
Inquict crl'cure. When running on the
*round its wiings vibrate coutInuously.
\\'len it sights its prey it flies in cir-
;:!e; around it. The tarantula trem-
ble: violently; now\ runs Ian. hid.s:
now, rising rampant, shows signs of
fight. Ti.e watchfll huntress finds e
i'avorable u,:::.ent, dait's upon its vic-
tlm with curved body :in 'th.rutsi in
its sting if possible into the soft ab.
domen. OC'ten the spider ia at once
paralyzed, tlut a s2ic;;id and even s
third wound I.s somnet;,'t:a rnce.+ai'ry.
The victor seizes its inotioilless prey
\wilh its jnavs an.id l'dra it to a holh
previouly nug. She th; ur:ts it in, de
posits an egg upon it ;iud covers it tup.
In this case the bulk of the tarantula
insdures sui<-ienlt fooi f1or the otf-
I)pring, nud ome; alone is proviJ.ed, a:.
seems to be the case with the etci:nC
:-storing wasp-s. But thie Iuid daubcer
anid her ilk, which solcct sminaler pr:'y,
:'iar'ri meainy, r.arcly sealing a cell ere
it is quite ful!.--II. (. McCook in liar.
over's Magazine.


If yon haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in th e 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
60 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book- -
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company; Chicago or New York.


Real Estat Agnt,


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.

Taxer Paid anu Rents Colletted .
foi' Non-ReWidents.
St. Andrew. Fla.

SI6p i.l I;i u., i L the Luoy.
WeV'ere having plenty of cloudy,
but g)od igl 'rI ning weather,
C'luvlaihton l school the 9th lst., with Mlas Aiiary Ship-
py as teacher.
H. Niles has gone over toward the
west end of the state, north of Milton
to buy some mill property and timber
and will be gone for sime tie f
iieantime his family occupies
\'lhite..plol.ely. >
Mr. a,,,nI 'rs. J. N. Fuibe
biated their fiftieth wed.lliI
sary, Saturday, Oct. 7. *
Capt. DoWit CIo.lty of
brought a load of peodlole 'cjuste
bay to Cromanton. (
Frank Fttud'eb1ker has been cbit-
ting the brush in the avenue leading
fromn his house to the bay.
High wind and tides alnlmost i-
stantly for th 'past ten days. "
Ga:;,len. l,.t \well, ani the people
are well a aid Ae re:i.ly.for
county h til he .1sy. 1-' b,




as Medine
as Medianel

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, IKidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley 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, Const -
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Ae
Fevers, Chills, Blotches,
all Impurities of the Blood,
the Chest or Back, and all o hris-
eases caissed"by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible har, any condi-
tion p. Iv 5oc
and $1;.

"One Dose Conv ces.

A Little Mixed.'
Bessie, Ir:,; .- .';. a now arrangement
of Nannie's hair, exclaimed: "Nannie,
you don't look like yourself with your
hair that way. But" (admiringly) "you
look better when you don't look like
yourself than when you do."-Lippin-
A Mli3take.
"It's a mistake to marry too young,"
remarked the wise guy.
"Well, at any rate, it's a mistake
that isn't often repeated," murmured
the simple tug.--Philadelphia Record.
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 bhoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen, sweating
feet, blisters a 'd callous spots. Rehlives
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. 1N Y.

I i i I

fit i, er'.. It i e'! ,r loi .'-.ve o f !,: ol '
Its. adii irerr; wl j iti 'lists in tie vanc :
T ,''y c11il it g a'" i.:" hi., ;Ji

hxattly that siatIe. A 'red haired wo-
mairh is 'ureo A ;.;u>f:( 'fu ;4i id 5OIm e tii;.iur-
_ r", ::U \'w r .:.i h. f; c G ,' ::.
i:;nt ler I '.re. The '"tractors of "e'l
hair say it isa s:i'n of bad temptJr or
inin :o a:ty ,r bothi a~d thercfore to be
:Cip"i-l'o",'V ti vi; ei.;-L-o'dorn Q:en.

Fi ii nie,,ts
iInrl il pilui.
warks toIndl-
cate cuntents.


Dr. G. Yates, a noted ee spe-
cialist arrived Monday nigit Irolil
(3 ipley, Marianiiia and otlier !lac,
\lt 'iW t nlie ,nipi, votil defective v-ei;ghlt
and lia tale eiiL t itaiiiiiw iL fti lui u v tl
Grills'. He has, secued office room
in \V. C. Pratt'a jeweler shop where,
for a week or s o ihe will minis ter to
the wants of peru &nri afiniuted with
impafied eyesight.
\. C. Dick, a practical jeweler, of
Chipley arrived Monday night for a
few days sojourn and is stayinig,at
rills. He weld like to purchase
ornie real estate if he can find a trade
inIlit hhnself.
Gejrge Rotzien, a well-known St.
Andrew raised boy, turning Ironi
visiting his parents at Daytona, is
shaking hands with his old-time as-
sociates here, and will remain until
the lever is conquered in Pensacola
before reinr.iiing to that city.

low to Cite olnaCor d Bunions.
First soak the co.rh- orbnion in wtirm
water to Soften iXithenaret it down as
closely as possilAe without drawing blood
and apply Chainrlain's Pain Baln twice
daily, rubbing it vigorously for five min-
utes at each application. A corn'plaster
should he worn for a few days to protect
it from the shoo. As a general hluinent
for sprains, bruises, ltmeness and rheumi-
atism, Pain Balm is unequaled. For sale
bydL. M. Wre, St. Andrew and Bra.headi
and all medicine dealers.
Tl,. I;lephlant't i 3ye.
"To my T '"I two th's strike the
observer vi -'v,' when 1muding close
to wild n!ephants In their native
haunts," writes a traveler. "The one
is the gigantic size and his own com-
parative sauline.s. The other is the
expression of the eye. This organ.
which is surprisingly small in propor-
tion to tie size of the animal and set
far back in the head, is of a pale blue
color much resembling that of a wall
eye in a horse. Even w heu an ele-
phant is at rest his eye hns nn unca3 (
fortably cold and sinister look."
Ion't Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thing you cap possibly
borrow, is tionble. 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-
tic Bitters. Here you will fin.i sure and
permanent forgetfulness .of all your
t'-oubles, and your body will not be bir"
dened by a load of debt di.-:-aac. At A'
H. Brake's score, Pric 'b00c. Guaran-
1- **Ij* ''--
In thu f-,'te .' ,'

: t r,:- 'i

;]u ./,.-', ;e"1 ?, ..- it i p" a;i .r."
Wifl of tho hut and ( ei e.:.:t'
n g' t h;' ; 1 ile r G f. ;.i' -rt e',;l
:; of W ;r o t p1 .. : ,i (
itr w .; i pl t', ,\.:th lor ,' wa a
a i lE-t\. ''. '-,> u e n '. h i! n
b'. ;s iu i hi' win. o s d'" q'io I';'-'. i
('ie-*,: lh, l; ;'as hot a cehi ;;, t-: t otI ;
11- p <>;l;ie, andll'rT'honiS a'" -; -^
consid' racd moore lhi:.-n nf^-ess.i;iiy n, --
becj1us-e h< 1. L i ". flor "i;;'; \ h s "
-tr : ,.--, :Siti.'h t.vy -achi (1,y.

Plans to Get Ridh
are often frustrated by sudden 'break_
down due to dyspepsia .or constipation.
Brace up and take Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They take out the, materials
which ac clogging your energies and
give you a new start. C('re headache
and dizziness too. At A. H. Brake's
stird; 25c., guaranteed.
Pretty .Certain.
A well known m!llionairo. was Saying
to his confidential clerk one-day, "Now
I've arranged those Ip:1:'s for my wife
and children all right, so that If I
"If you die?" intorru',te:! the secure
tary. "Say when you die; there's no if
about dying."

Cleanses and beautifies the hit.
Promote$ a luxdrihnt growth.
rtever Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cures scalp die: atr fs hair falling.
Oc, and lst a-,gruggist



1Wo kno the meaninl of words and will do as we sly. >We
-elo't t, be tha i,- .(11 I i ed Wit'l'key Huure utildtho
I.irlsll Mlinl Order %I I Ul-.I y Clontern in (lie Souti. All th
.-r-* r rtiinr Whlsa.ky we 1sWll s good- there's no bud.
g g People hkere wouldn't adu.lteate i t Kn w how-they .1re to,
y iOlle icflowthey
hlonvit! MIost whiskey sellers are notd Icr nixing, btieilmng'and
W'talering Wve sell e o tre ,i;in' otile wley iiPa l yes Lwat-i t.han
any known competitor. "Cuis'r'a 11 \'ar Old" l t:iry i
a aLl,,,idijoyv It's made by a uine p North Carullna, in old-utylo copper stills. just as it was lid'e hy
our granmtfartheir. First rate hisekey is sohli at l5.( n o to I$6.100
)LD er gallon. but it's not any better than "Casper's 11 Year oti.'" It
Smulst pleaise or we will buy It iha-k. We have a capit ita l' )10.000,
jn, had the P(eoplis' Naltional Bnk anils tieo ilstlitont Sallnt-s Bii
of this re iy wll tell you our wlrd is good. To int,odluce this old.
Slone4t iiitskely, we ofler fCour Full Quart' of "r'er'a II
Y'car O,(ii"l -t HCo sample bottles. one IS. rone 1B vyar old a coik-
av I f drr inning Klass-all for i*.!r. If' .90 is .nt .we
.1 l'u' l I ,,:i thue above and put in free aOne Furll lt)r, t Il4rr.
We hivo -m'ne of this whiskey onlyi 7 yearsaol. andwill n rnil Ilve-
iRillim kft lort. $10or will furniti Itwenty full'quait l:otlies on ro-
cept of 411 aInd ivO free corkscrews,. *i i'.'. o- F - I r >.i.
p'K. Pes.lmaii ltbi.' whrieys oost leas thun 1 i ii .o 'itr-l
'- / siip in plain hoxes with no iaarklis to indi'.ate conte'lts. und
L ^ Prepary all Express. Buyers West otiTexas, Kansae, NcbriE-ka
Sancl lik>I t must add EO Cuts pet quart extra.
4F_ 5-r THE CASPER CO. (Inc.)
'EOPLE 9,-,t Canis.er rl;g. it 1 % 1".i EMAI.E. N. 0.
KBIfSII (B ~EB .H"-rV11P1P111jyl!!^^^

L To be sure, you are growing
old. But why let everybody
see it, in your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpone age. If you will

rHair Vigor

only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
your gray hair will soon have
all the deep, rich color of
youth. Sold for 60 years.
I am now over 60 years old, and I have
a thick, glossy head of long hair which Is a
wonder to every one who sees it. And not a
gray hair in i., all dne to Ayer's Hair Vigor."
MRB. H. BUNTIS, Becida, Minn.
O Sl.00 a bottle. J. C. AYBR CO.,
l sdrlSit2 for Lowell, Mass.

[White Hair

A li. r o : vu.* ,
Herr Eberhard van Schkopp, who e.x
piored the Inte-ior ef the KI.nerltu -
district in western. Afr;c(, ,Iv- an In
terctstilng ;i<('c1it1t of Ul' e !t.tivc tribt
caiied the Buikoko. '1 Ley arei, h
thougiit, of Semitic' origin aii. ha.ivi;..
lived in thie iKaillrunis (istr:c(t oniii
about 200 years., are called strarli;irei
by othLr native. They go "in b)
mnieans of 1a .o lunlcil of etl ers."' \ils,'t-
'duty it is to judge offe.!dc-s guuill.y or
guiitless. If guiltless they are set free.
If gt!iiiy they are put to d,,:ath, this
being ti;e only foron of punishment
known there.
According to the gravity of the
crime, the luanner of execution varies
and iuty be "simple" or "complicated.'
"Simpile" execution means being
thrown to the crocodiles. "(Comnplic:tt
d" execution consist, of being f:s-
tened to a tree and left to be eaten by
caniil visitors, such as lions anid tigers.
or being tortured until death comes.
Cnnibalism is practiced by the Ba-
kokos, not because they especially care
for the flavor of the meat, but because
they feel that by eating every particle
of an enemy they are subjecting him to
the greatest indignity conceivable.

A Mlitflt.
A rorrespoudeut sen !s us an ifterest-
'ing nature : hList ry note. On opening
his ward-:)l:e the other day be found
a i'oth' in his dress coat. The effect,
!'o .-ee!"rea, wqs ludierolus, as the coat
"rvs of co:.tre. much too big for the

In a Quandary.
e-i!.e Oh Mabel, I am in an awful
.i1.m.n;a! I've quarreled with Harry.
inf l:e wrnts me to send his ring back.
Mabel-That is too bad. Bessie-That
isn't the worst of It. I've forgottenn
e'c! is his ring.

L Office at Gainesville, Fla.
S' Sept. 30, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of hi-
intention to make final pioof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
nmsde before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon, Fin., on Nov. 20, 1905, yiz.:
HENRY F. SCUPLOCKofToipkins,Fla.
Hd 28982 (for the nwY4 of sec. 24, tp. 2s,
r. 14w.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said landviz.:
E. AE., onipkins, 0. C. 'lompkins, J.
G. Youngblood, all of Tompkins, Fla.
W. G. RoBINsoN, Register.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.?
Sept. 30, 1905, )
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-naned settler hbs filed notice of his
intention to make commutation proof in
support of his claim, and that said proof
will lIe made before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, Fla, on Nov. 20,
190n, viz.:
JOHN E. McKENZIE of Ecoufinn, Fla.,
Hd. 34301, for the nej of sec. l,tp. Isi
r. 14w.
He name the following witnesses to,
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
A. M. Bute, of Vernon, Fla., David
Hobby, Gcorge Barber and Will's Las-
iittor of Econfina, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
tP'yEditor's fee paid.
ideuas Fr*gm future.
Walking on the outskirts of Bolton
0ne autumn evening, a clever youn.t
man became interested In watching
the seeds falling from a sycamore tree.
He observed that they acquired a ro-
tary motion before reaching the
ground, and, Inquiring into the cause.
he found that the two wings were
slightly 'turned in opposite directions,
which caused them to revolve h11 fall-
ing. The idea of making a screw pro-
peller on this principle at once occur-
red to him.
Galvani, a natural philosopher of
Italy, was dissecting a dead frog one,
day while a ipupl was making expert
ments in electricity Ly- his side. He
observed that the mnusc;ks of the frog,
being exposed, ga Si' signs of motion
whenever the inTrvts calus ill co;i(act
wiih tlh scopel. Galvani discovere!
the existence of a new principle I"n
hlils pit~1n;>enou and originated the
fertile branch of physics known 1by
the nine of gallvanism.
The li xc q'i.err
fn past time:. it 1-'as the custonyi fa',
'the klng's ju.iti.air rnd Ihis sulit .!-
ihates to make up the royal account:
tvirce a year, at Easter and Mechael-
*mas, on a table which wa the i irst
striking o.bjct in the chouube,- in
which the.y 'ssemblcd. Th~t tabl!w wa
covere tl -ii daily ru.cset cloll divided
into squartes, which g':ve it a ch:l,:'l r-
ed, chessbodird-like lappar-anc. :ir':d i
thel olui11irs and spaces the iwiacouints
rendered by the ., .'i.' and great
landowners who attended for li:;t
pl'rpose, were entered afllnd reLc.onel
utp. It .was the elec:ered ci'!olh, SO
cows;, ici'on3 l 'rougi'lolt tb: pro,' i .:l-
injS-,. tilit gave riste to the ii;nil, e(.-
cit 'tlu er, just an Ihe it.r'.4 pLiilt't' 'i
| uthe '< :ug o; ai3.lie"r li:t!.(oic roo.n
t: g .i I. i the :r; au "'tatr C.1,.t-iu', 'I'. -
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Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feea Stuffs.
We carry at all times a Well Selected Stock of Mlerclindile fadal tedp t'e
tlie St. Aidrt \\s Biay trade.
We will Not Be Undersold!


~li1,ville, ap'leg,.,

Manufacturers of

Ronghl, Dressed aMn Dimeonsion

Yellow Pine Lumber.

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed..

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horses in Persia during the tenth and
eleventh centuries. At that time tile
Persians in a great Contest, Ivran versus
Turn, found their match In the Turks,
greatly to the disgust of King Afra-
slab. The Byzantine poet Nizami sung:
of polo In the twelfth century. Then
polo spread from Persia into central
Asia, India and Tibet In the sixteenth
century, when the great Emperor Ak-
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A Syrup Dispensed at
All Soda Fountains.
METTO is made from the ripo berries
of the Sahal SHrrQlata or Saw Pal-
metto combined with aromatic
andi flit acids. .There is nothing
in M1ETTO that will harm an in-
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Atlrone sending a Rkei4!;; and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free wheltt' an
tuventioo is probably patentable. Comm ,la-.
tioi st rictly cotideotial. Handbook on Pat 's
aent' free. Oldest agency for securing p atont,
P(Lents taken through Mn a & Co. reoci
epccv notice, without charge, In the
Scintific Imcrican,
A andsame]y illustrated weekly. nearestt cir
r.,ljrli.n ,f anv y cllntillo journal. Terms, $3 a
\,-.1 In months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN& Co.361Broadwy, New York
:.:,l .n Oflco. n i F St.. Washington. D.C.

To Maps---Eacn $1
-S.7-1i iincIho, correctly platted and
s.h,wing all the inore important
biiligii.--i; of great value to any
one o'ltemplating pnrchasilig prop-
e it in town. It covers about four
mini of coast line, exteniiiii, east-
.A I- ll,, Ii\Ver'sI P.,il;t to and enm-
1.,. a 'ng ( I Sr. .\ n-lii ws, with cor-
i'.l' n in. tetrr.itory inhm:iil. Price
iOn. Il,,ll,l, at the BUOY Office.
Abto e

H! t, i I er, C'roltmatot i and
As)jcsit couutrty. 1AThe plat of tbo
lots is not shown., ut by the aid of
this mtap-. the aIplpFoxilrate location of
any let is easily determined. Price
im IYDllar, a't the Buoy Office.
Iit ler remat p will be Iset by mail to
lany a'llres.s ri ,ireipt of tlie price.

Our Clubbing List.
Thr BIOO5 has made very liberal clul.
fing arri'ngeients with a few of the very
lies ipullic'ations i.i0 the country and for
he piePelt caw sienld Cor a whole year
'lie BUOY aid'
Detroit Freo P)css (twice-a-week
and Year Bbuk). .. ....... 1.,7i'

'The Fli T. U. & (iti wt, daily for.$5 85
do Seni wteekly,for)l 55
Scientific Anericani' .... 3 51
Farmer and Fruit Grower ... 2 55
Flotida Agriculturist ... 2 55
do clubsof 5, each ... 2 ;2
Farm Jourial, Philad'a, monthly I 0I
.CiciuInatli Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue..... 1 75
At' R, y. World (thrice at wPqt) ...... 1 70
'h 'e'l Colnopolitall. ............ 1 7f5
Tho Criherion .................. 1 50
For aiy or' either of the above publica-
t*..u i cit onnectiou with the BUOY, ad 1
irf p is ordesrto IH]E BUOY,
Lt. Andrcwf, Fla.


Land Office at Galnoevillo Fla.
Sept. 2, 1905.
Notice sl 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:
ld 29956 for the ni of sef, swM ot s}e
of sec. 35, tp. 14. r, 12w, and nwi of
neotof sec. 2 tp. 2s, r. 12w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Robert Nixon, Wm. L. Rowell, Wlliio
K. Vickers and Elan C. Free all-of Nix-
on, Fh,. W G. ROBINSON, Register,
irEditor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Sept. 2,1905. f
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 elerk of the
circuit court at Veron, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz: -
WILLIE K. VICKERS of Nixon, Fla.
Hd 30351 for the swi of sec, 23, tp Is,
r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and eoutivationof said land, viz:
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,
Notion 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 th
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
HILLERY VINSON of Murfee, Fla.,
*Hd 34300 for the ei of sei sec. 2, and
ni of ne of sec. 11. tp 2s, r. 16w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
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.
CIVEditor's fee paid.
Sept. 2, 190.5.
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, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
Oct. 20, 1905, viz:
Hd 34425for the nwk of sec 12, tp. 2s.
r. 16w.
Henames the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Vinson, Charles ,Jobnson,
James R. Wevct and R. L. Ellis, all of
Murfee, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, rcgi-lter.
*arEditor'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-
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 residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Thomas Morrell, John Taunton, Noah
Adams of Ebro, Fln, and W. C. Miller
of Millers Ferry, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
SiaEditor'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 th;
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Ot,
:0, 1905, viz:
Hd 29901 for the set of sec. 25, tp. Is,
"r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to

prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
S. L. Loudermilk, Willie K. Vickers,
W. H. Steele and Robert Nixon all of
Nixon, Fla. W, G. ROBINSON, Register.
W'rEditor's fee paid.
Sept. 2, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the clsrk of the circuit court
at Vernon. Fla. on Oct, 20, 1905, viz:
WILIAM F. McCORMICK of layhea'
Hd 29667, for the n of sw of sec. 18,
tp. 2s, r. 12w. and nek of set of sec. 13,
tp. 2s, r: 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
S. L. Loudermilk, W. L. Rowell. and
W. K. Vickers of Nixon, Fla., and A. L.
Harris of Bayhead, Fla,
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
lWEd!tor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gaiiiesvillo, Fla
Sept. 2, 1805.
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 the clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla,, on
Oct. 20.1905, viz.:
PHILIP PETERSON, of Millers Ferry.
Hd 30102 for the nei of sec, 4, tp. In, r.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Bryant Be!l, Julius Bcacoat, Henrv
L. Campbell and Morris Peterson all
of Millers Ferry, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register
IiEditor's fee paid.

3. __
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0" ('ol7rf1liUt, VOrAi,, I (CliaCrtl(s I. tIf. 'h ni,) '.4ft

John Carroll sat slipped back i:lhi
otlice chair, his feet perichhd cuniifo ta-
bly on the desk in front of him. Tie
click, click of a typewriter, mingled
with the murmur of voices, came to
him lndiistinctly through the closed
door, the curtaiin of ws-i --signal to his office force that he w'as
busy and mui t on no account be dis-
Leaning over, Carroll took a letter
from the desk and carefully reread it.
It ran as follows:
"London, Elingland.
- "Dear Mr. Carroll--Mother is writing
to ftt-i'nds at home and has asked me to
let you know that we are sailing for
New York Wednesday (today's Mon-
day) on the Brichtland. It is a slow
boat and bring': us to port a week
from Saturday. Please come .-.l1 meet
us. We shall be utterly Il.It'. i tl 1 '
roar and bustle afier i' t years
spent in this slow s''... I.' '. ; '. '
"I wonder if mother's 'legal adviser'
has changed d nd if we will rei(ogn&ze
hlii at the pier. As for me, forei-gn cap-
itals have adtdid three inches to my
heiglit b:si:es the dignity of a presen-
tation at court. Until the coiniug Sat-
uirday, faithfully,
That signature nleant so much and
so little.
Another letter in finer hand read:
')Dear John--Margaret is writing for
your help on our arrival, but I need
your help rfght tiway. A young fellow
from rittsburlg ntamied Ribchrdii; met
oir'aret na t a colnlity Lhouse inl )Dvco-
-hIi'e six moiiths tlhO and ]ias been di(1
;,-ot(ed.l to hli: '-er siio'e. Iov ,'' 1 '0'.. ,.1 I
;it. not dIl',.I:! L l.til st oil d tod n' ye t(r -
lay ilihit be had prnp.jsed. In spie of
:ny prot-.ts because of their youth
.\larguret h!a's ip:'umonisd hin an answer
ni two iinnt.hs. For the Inst year I
'iav\e l'eti trying to persuade her to ac-
'ept an Eniglishinrna who has a tidy
ieowi i.g business in Yorkshire vend
who hlis be'nl her constant shadowo sv,
but she says slie will marry an Ameri-
can or diie a ba-helor girl.
"Now, John, please look this fellow
up financially. I am not yet persuad-
ed that he is not after Margaret's mon-
ey. And when we get home, do use
your influence with her to postpone the
whole business until she comes of age.
"How good it will seem to be within
easy reach of your sound advice once
more. Sincerely,
Ten years before, fresh from college,
where he had made a name for him-
self as crack guard and stroke oar, Car-
roll had joined tephben Cloarw:iter as
his private secretary. For five years
he: and Margaret, ClIaenater's only
: hll,, had been very good chums. -hi,
always levieil bhr tribute of ilandy on
him whenever he appeared rt h au'.,
and usually nLITni:lg1'il t. o ilm lrpr.icy
him on his drives when o\'ceiugL Ler
father's real estate lute[r.'3t".
Then he had started his own busi-
ness, she had gone away to school, and
they had not met until her home com-
ing for her father's funeral, shortly tft-
er which she and her mother had sailed
for Europe. As Carroll reviewed his
life for the past ten years he acknowl-
edged to himself that he could not tell
Just when it was that he had fallen in
love with Margaret. Certain it was
she had never much less reciprocated it. He had let
her go to Europe without making any
sign, thinking that there would be plen-
ty of time after her return. A,4d now
she was returning practically engg.i;l-_l
to another man, and the castles he had


Notice 4;f Apiplication lor 1'ax
l)C4' -
Unider Section 8 of Clapter-l IdS, Liaws of
Notice is hereby give. tlait Win. A. Enm-
i noli ,inll E~nm ulna M. 1 .,'a nions, purlich;tae
ofT'"ix C .rtiicatc No.g831, dated the lio
dayv o of Julle, a. i. IUl91, has filed said car-
tliicat, ii my office, and has ma dea p'ic -
tion for tax deed to i isue in accor ia ce
with lSwA Said certificate e uibrace' ; ti' e
following described property situated iii
Washinngtoin county Florida, to-wit: Lots
:i, 4 and 5, lock 15 of tho nwj} of soctio.n
1, Lp. 4s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
sessed at the date of ltie issuarce of such
curtilicate inl the .an,' o(f IlUnknowln.1 U-
less said certifiatte shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax tletid will issue there-
oil on the 23a day of October, A. D. 1J)5.
Witiiess my official signature and seal
[L. S.] tihis the l."ii l day ol ':-ati .. '
iy)5. \. LC i ''i\ 'i. ,
a li !' 'l i ,I I I' .' .
W a ii . .. 2 i
DEPARTMENT OF il: T Nl'i iI: '. :
Land office at Gainesville, Fla.
SSept. 3, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make linal proof i.n sup-
port of his claim, and tliat said proof
will beo mtacld before the Clerk of tlit'
Circuit Court ft Vurnon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz.:
lid 29955 for the ci of not, of scC 3, i:i'
w of nw of Cee 36, t Is, r. 12 w.
Ho names the following witncsaos to
prove his continuous s I-i. '_. il-' uipo
anp cultivation of said la!), \a i ,
William L. Rowell, Willie It Vickers
J-tocrft Nixon and Taylor San~'t"', al
of Nixon, Fla.
W. G. FIoNbTON, l Icgistor.
S;. Liitor'is feeu aiid.
SNo(tice to Cr reditoris.

Floridt W a ii C iuntoi ount, y.
It rc El.tc' of Lamtlie"-t M. \Vire.
To all crteditor-iS, Legatces-, Ditribiut.i's
o;til all 'ctr -'as having (Claini or dc'-
iniids against said Estate:
You and coach of you are horelr notiica
and required to present any claims and
demands whiich you or either of you miay
have against the estate of Lambnert M.
-Ware, decased, late of \Vaisiiglnt'ji
County, Florida, to the ut,.dersignied c -
ccutors of 'aid estate, within tw') years
fronlthe date hereof.
Dated at St. Andrew, Florida, Augustt
21s-, A. >). 1905.
LYLD>IA :A. V,' A! -E
lA. BL V-- :.

1)'ln 1,i'.ol,.I for lhe past two years
ii; 5 ; ,, '. tlnieil ed al;oat his cars.
.It Cau, ld ,'' n him +that hiT ship was
h-i' in"1 :o f'. of days al ia tiat it de-
Io'lv,1 upon l!'J' to, look up this young
;ichlxdxs ia t t -(i omwan'i 3.
S',tunr'!iy fotnd (Carroll at the pier.
:Il.. .-'n'; from I'w-u rush of passengers,
Mrs. Cc:limrwater greeted him with the
waripthl a;indi .:n'..--tT.u of a mother.-
Margaret oTffred her hand in a formal
way and turned to bid adieu to ac-
qunaltainces of thle voyage. Customs
ofii-iails dispensed with, Carroll saw
the :n.,tlbr and daughter safely en-
sconced in a cab and left them to re-
oinu Mrs. ('l'*.'r:iter at their hotel aft-.
er dinner.
"Well, John," Mrs. Clearwatf'r said.
ns he entered the room that night, "l've
sent M.iir~tr' t off to her room to IV
can :i'.' a. talk. alone. You ,an
her later, i.," I tiust retire early a
Sleep off the iullil4 of the ship. FirsI
I want to know what you learned about
young Richards. He's all right sociial-
ly, but I'm not perfectly sure he's not
after Mti 'rr: r.t'r money."
"I've made inquiries nmoog my
S ... ..... ;.1 -. J.. n ..n ..vli A

'y's fli h dt eepi ii-' t1l4.' ::1njo1 r v.,

i,. At .. u,- ', ul f0r ... i i l .'
, I, a. : .Ai .. d L . .uo' l w
aie as lauci i..y i had fitrted v-'
tiild eucour'aged i- it r iatn aBs 0e
.Ali ion she ri'.,.t .. l.ect'-ht e w -,t-
)r the be::t, ace rni t'.:' 'o her '11. o'-'
*ie The major ,A., .i be v' , .
And she had not fiiited with Al'
son; not at all. If li;-'y cihoste to c.;
conl ''i so('il civilii;-,s flirting l 1 thi;
'mnrli.-..,, lcind of t': h.ti'-lat and co'
,.v -hie \ ,, not to lI :me. It in.
,..be i i. ",,, >., .t Lo t o '" r..'
:by t', tlil,.! r:h. m; l .."* party !:.
teach.'d bth ranch L.ady Kitty 1.
;seen. -'so int :, :iriiats :i'.Il cow I',..
that the nov\ i:' had Lu ,; .; to Ipal, tn
iusall hadl i. )eild up ;:I a v.-tib .
t ctrido-- had almost sfi' ".
to lls-raeif.
vi've wna g .-1 to look at. Tlhis tral
-lean1, str,.jng 'iug w-(teriiCr, with i.
IS n uril.u i !i a tint 1 *,.t\ .' tan a:
':'!. ,I\.:t n I, his str.:ig! it, ( !:)se 1:
o'( ili'.l Ii .'1:;(1k. I:icx'qa ct. th; smn ile
an I -!_.-.j '.r1; ,. [ilr.. sq'ualre tt m _li 1';;

riendli ,'11 Ca .rroll n 1 II voi- c, D' i.
.'i,.,l find his family fortunes cousld- ,Mle l. ii **.-n !il.:' ;; sat when Ihe ail:;
erably more tb.in double Margaret's ;to Lu,+-t Il.'i. :at lihe little 1;,4ii'(
Ilhj ,,rit i,'l *' phll- )1>' .. l 1, ! .it O l ri. "" .
.M-, ('hler\ier smimled- sto.,.i on hrli i.l i' .;-Im when lh.. tai'
.ri lii-brii iv .ol ill. I don't believe the IdrIew in,-ii. 1 .'.-*r tII- major's (dlve c' .
girl ii'11~. ',,: .e biii, tho~ui h wh Jet n I ,re! s, n' ,i'- i -... h .td ('icaiight
try I' t.a:.k ..'- t of her vK'teriam luiatlon '_ll:iips of I.t ".:' f. pr. i :.' on: :.
to .:' C him a inIil answer In two black [ *n.v. h I,.,t 1'.il O! 'I I 'in o 'v
months she insists she will accelpt him. his ey'.-, :' '.* ", ,*.* t. .'
The idea that you were to be consulted survey.1l tl:.'a i.;ir". -'.' !av! i:
made her furious." the c'.cr. co'fl pl-ir.o- of Lis 1,,"ty < "-
"I feel she is wholly right about It. Thi, was si.,.--.'1:.. so sVV:"- .. '.
Mrs. (''l,:. water," iiterarte Caroll. bal I.. 'ed aLd f ':, icicont ini !*i"'" ex
'::, knows she is respoluiihle to you pre-;,lon when li,.' met Iael', ti:t L.:',
alone, atnd I am ure thnt wbhaterer I Kitlty had felt i; ,lr-,asur:i;'t t' ,:!.' o
might say would not only fail to con- exxp-ctaney, as though fbe chari' of le,
vice but would sacrilfi'c tLr hielud 'laltyd had ':'I'ed n chRi!l!,'erge.
ship, a thing which I amr vry truIhous : -re was no ,' i,'lt but wh'it s't ':
to retail." .:C' it. It 1 I ti .t see1:.d SO1 !'":'
MarPgaret's etntance cu, e 'io,'t ft'lrOni ni, l-y n p '. -'. t t rip. tHe hi t n
cc!tiv'-rsation. urs. Clearwater excu'wi a-ppi:lrc-d worth cor.scidt'rl'e, like t!.
herself, .' ir:-i.il found lil-ii.l.il' .'tl:-'r men, who, as the ln-jr Iin'ea
alone U '0 t.I .. 1. ~':-it it, I.. 1 appreciated the!r b!iles,-a,-"
"\a[:ti'mi.1l yolLr mother has asked u 7l'hen Lady Kitty Ihal.t smniic oe'. tV:
ite to perf~n',n a very .illnhu!: task," he ';'.a had f-it i'- t in a day or :,)
ui. l ' ld nod oiby h nd i--; ' .. vi
S Iin; ". .1 up at him, and there "was su aLu. comnfot'rtai.e rel,'gt a;s Ie
st'cl in . *- ,uutahi it .-elf, witli its g, )r -'o :-, ; -
"I lai .- -, Ir. '... her request. Instead .'et tintF -;laudstn; e p.iak. Sl.he i;.
I uiu;n t.--iI ., what has been n l my :t taken the ua;in hinm: wif I.i:o cou.:
heart for I .... time. I love you, Mar .'a:-tlon at il!, and now. tnoddenly, -.;..
ga r-t; ld .. ,ved ,;. -fur bowv many out a word of warn'ng t i;-:n ha
years 1 ,!.-. i know." Irlanied from his saddle and had kIrset
She <.in n.... draw back, but opened 'her.
"lu.r big blue eyes with a little twinkle She tried to forget to rem:nembl-r the
and ..1.4 .1 rIf,; him to go on. .Iw.'ful mom.nt. but it; fe;, dei'taill
'"Wheu your mother wrote inm of dun'--.l through her mind insi;teoniy
.your iut:..'. I engageiment I first real- Th.re had been a long -iiice after a :'
iu the I--:.: and breadth of m'y pas- lin tuld himi they were golng iaw,'
ioin for .- and ever since I I.i\r' f-.nii Ls>t Moon !n the morning. I
been )I, : i,.,\. I shall do v iith party wna g ing tlIroug-lh .Arzoi.. :
out y I :.: .. I shall mana.,- it. or, Mrs. Major ;.d the rtn t ,...
sonetl .*'. 1 l ,I .. .i:.l not keep s.;-nt.r norsf, all girl? and lierself. Fi . --
it vwa .. i-.: I uuh of my haIrt, zona they V -'uld i- hnac to, -:, '
.l(nd s I L. t ,:1 y ou not all, Ioit a 0 n,1 l.'Id. t'- I' : f
1ni i )., i '- .. ._,'. I hope"- : Iw i ., .-re'-.- to her o,'.' ) '' w n 1is '
Si I I ....1 '.. not told, for the tang, and Allison's arnm had swi;
isxt I 'i-ir. iit .i girl in bis arms, 'around her, and he had kissed bLr. In
hx n. tnT'r".-.. r-,.- to a paradise he .'c:htlni.ily Lady .Kitty vwas uncerti;

bad n i .' i -' I .- .
ou* =wI r .:- '.rd, when articu-
iat" l- i IrI.1 returned to John, a
avok, f-iou.ni his ,d .!, il.:' asked:
"J oim, *..''t I|',;'.- long have you l,1% I
me' 7
,: : I- i t. l, I the day your father
I" '.i .a une to me and said that
I wvoi. 1L i. to take care of you in fu-
ture? I :' t. h then that I wanted to
take catr. ,' ,-ou-in a different way.
And nov -''.- Hardheart, how long
have you !t., ..l me Ilihuut giving any
"';ti;,,,'1:" she replied, with a gle-am
of i'-,h!i. f in her eye. "When I told
you that you would have to take care
of ume I meant it in the way you
ft!, uh't I ,ii'ln't. mean it." ,

Caprices of Disraeli.
In one of his books of biographical
reminiscences Augustus J. C. Hare
gives the following illustration of the
caprices of Disraeli:
On.' day while dining out a lady of-
'fered him the mustard.
"I never take mustard," replied the
statesmant n his sepulchral voice.
"Oh, don't .,\,?" replied the lady.
"No," continued "Dizzy" in his most
solemn tones. "There are three things
I have never used. I have never touch-
ed mustard, I have never had a watch,
and I have never made use of an um-
"WV iJ." U. -iilh-. the lady, "I can un-
derstand the mustard-that is a mere
matter c t,,ti--i- 1t surely going with-
out the other l'!ii,,i must have been
sometimes rather inconvenient?"
"And why should I want them?" con-
tinued Disraeli. "I live under the shad-
ow of Big Ben, and there is a clock in
every room of the house of commons,
so that I cannot possibly require a
watch, and as I always go about in a
.l 'd carriage I can never want an

L ady K i ttys |
.-. o ;

i remptation


.,,',l. 1904, by Izola Forrester

They roil slowly, Iady Kitty some-
what inh-id,, probably because the
trail is naJ:row and treacherous below
Lost Mo'on. 1 possibly so that Allison

should not see her face.
Half a mile back 1iey had ridden
:1.1-. i.v til,,r. The trail had been wider
thin. L ily Kitty did not care to re-
:Ilr,'l.ic .i,y other reason for the
Iptr' '.,i.l,, but the flush on her cheeks
and ti-. .ii, ltest possible tilt to her
chin belled her powers of forgetful-

As for Allison, he was shamelessly
self po.-sessed and at ease. She had
even ;_.'.t him whistling as they
turned into Red Mountain gulch, and
when she had deliberately ridden
ahead hi- had not tried to join her.
Lady Kitty felt irritated by the im-
penitence expressed In his confident
-,:ioll, and also by the knowledge
thit h- was looking at her. It is not
I,;t.,-1: t to feel a person's steady gaze
behiL 1 ,., If Ift had been any one
else "sa- .uo iul d rtainly have reported
his io., '. isilfl-!y rude conduct to
Malijr I- I .. but she couldn't report
Ai i>i, major would laugh at
ir-r. + tf4' dia' tiaut---and__Lady .Kit

'lnt Sile Lad not-- IN, nse had In)t, so.
h eid herself positvel,'. ;'-..' 1. l nl:
*.,-", 1;t.ed 1 him to kiss Ler'. 1, t that
,,:'- ii ,' Ui' Aihil ,1-,.Nt "i.. not
nll -n.,t ,niit' I'! P':e ha d -' ,-' -a '
,.',* i./ t. h in..
"'I rIi5i' !t h:ve c: i'-t' i that a p5eri-o'
.. \ '', v'o:ld t(do tl:at F-; t of t-:: ."
':'mu h:id imc:net to crum.-h p.I ';a.i'
!stO him, arnd h hhId lu ih- ,1nd;'-d k1.
her ride onl atlii.d. wude -i un
easily who-irhcr o"r Lat there was an.
roapson for his cheerfu'le: s., 1I-al sh'
otr ha-I sho not kis. ,e l!'n? ?n i t:!1
udldernncss of the aLta-k and1 i curi
ous.nccntentmeut she had flc-t att beitr
sumniarily ropedi and bran,'w so- t,
speak, by him she hal forgAttr. en
tirely just how far she had revealed
that curious contentment.
"Wait, please."
Allison's vo!ce made h'r pull; ur'
short. lie role up besiJe l:r. T1i('
trail widened slightly and toak a sud.
den header into the gilclb.
"We can't get by here," he sal']
"There has been a w;i3 hht. WVe'l
have to go back and strike up tli'
mountain to Pop Booty's. There's ;!
path from his place down to tle trai1
on the other s!de."
Lady Kitty did not ns;wr. I'r
lips were half parte, and s'.: 1 ik
off at the dsltant fot)Shil;: dr':-.'nily.
England seemed more than half a
world away. So did the major anl3
:he others. A curious sense of dcll-
ciouw peril possessed her. it was the'
first time In h.'r life that she iiad not
felt sure of herself so far as a muan
was concerned. Just now she had a
wild, joyous belief that if this wo-t-
erner were to ask her to be his vi,;fe
she would say "Yes." Si,- wondered
if he would.
If they were only not going tomor-
row; If only there were not home .n:;
her father and Rodney--of course
Rodney. She almost laughed out loud
to think all at once how .conpleC'teiy
he had gone out of 'her l''ii :e last
week. And they wncre to -oi- ai: .i:,':1 in
Easter week next n-pr;!." i '1' d
Rodney! .>. looked at ti;' icure
ahead on the black poy i auni ,ig',ed
happily. If only he would talk to her.
They turned a bend in the paih aind
faced a small mountain cabin. -nme
chickens and pigeons wandcredd
haughtily about, and a girl was shoo-
ing them away front a straggliug.
fringe of red geraniums that grew
around the stoop. She came toward
them smilingly. Lady Kitty thought
she had never seen such honest, trust-
ing eyes before except in deer. She
looked up at Allison.
"Hello, Bobi Them chickens are
just terrible. No, dad's gone over to
the ranch. There's a washout down in
the gulch. He wants some of the boys
to help him fix up the trail. Want to
rest up a bit and wait?"
Allison said "No," he would ride on
a little and see if the path was safe
down Booty's side of the mountain.
"This is Miss Booty, Lady Kitty,"
he added as he rode away.
Dimple Booty watched until the
pines hid him.
"I'm always afraid of washouts,"
she said confidentially. "What if you
and Bob had ridden plumb into the
gulch. You would, too, only it wasn't
dark yet. But Bob knows the way.
He comes up here so often."
"I suppose he does." Lady Kitty
looked thoughtfully down at the slim
figure in the red calico dress, at the
pretty dimpled face that had not yet
lost the roundness or dainty coloring
of childhood. "lie seems to be a very

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northwest quarter of section 10, town-
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"Yes, Bob's nice." Dimple spoke
simply, vi-lth an air of peaceful owner-.
alhip. "I guess we'll get married soon
as Bob comes to the point."
"H is l" -Lady Kitty hesitated
..'ce.t. Wy-"has he asked you?"
Dis:p'ia'a eyes opened in surprise.
"hy, tno, not point blank, but
we've been going together over a
year. I'ti seventeen. Dad says that's
kind of young, but I think such a sight
'f Bob he'll let us get married."
Asluson came up the path among the
"It's all right," he called. "We'll
make the ranch before dark. Goodby,

". y, Bob." iHer glance followed
him wistfully. "Be up tonight?"
"Maybe." Allison did not turn
around. When the cabin was out of
sight he spoke.
"You are going up to the canyon to-
mriorrow, aren't you?" "
"As far as the springs; then we go
over into Arizona."
"I'm going too." Allson's tone was
quiet and decisive.
Lady Kitty smiled and reached for a
leaf off the bough that brushed her
"Are you, indeed? As guide?"
A duil flush crept up under the sun-
burn. Lady Kitty followed up her ad-
"I am glad the major secured you.
We are really such a lot of innocents
astray in these parts that you will be
welcome." .

"I am not acting as guide to stray-
ing innocents. .1 am going after you."
Lady Kitty's eyebrows lifted. She
did not meet his gaze, however. She
knew her limitations.
"It sl very kind of you, I'm sure, but
I don't believe I would if I were you.
We sail for home in November, and I
am to be married next spring. Even
if"-her voice was suspiciously gay
and clear-"even if one does forget
sometimes in this wonderland, after all,
one's ain countree is best, you know."
IHe stared at her in dawning knowl-
edge, and his face was pitifully boy-
ish in its hardened pain.
"I ought to say I'm sorry," he said at
last, "but I'm not. It was your fault
too. You ought to carry danger sig-
nals if you don't want wrecks along
your track."
"Keep off the track," she laughed.
"There are no wrecks up on Red moun-
His face softened. When they found
the trail again and started the ponies
toward Lost Moon at a faster gait he
said one word:
They rode on in silence, Lady Kitty
ahead. She did not trust herself to
speak, not with the memory of the girl
in red calico fresh in mind and the face
of Allison a few feet behind. He wa--
riding with loose bridle, chin up, his
hat low over his eyes, and Lady Kitty
sighed as she thought of Rodney. She
almost hoped that she had returned
the kiss.
His Crutch Calls For a Seat.
Styler sprained his ankle a few weeks
ago and had to walk with a crutch. He!
came limping up the street toward his
home the other evening and laborious-
ly mounted the front steps. His wife
watched him. Once inside the house
Styler hung the crutch on the hall rack
and stepped briskly toward the dining
"'I'm sure I can't see why you still
carry that thing," remarked Mrs. Sty-
ler: "It was all very well when your
ankle was bad. But it Is as sound as
ever now. You don't look at all pretty
hobbling along on a crutch, I assure
"Perhaps not," assented Styler, "but
I'm getting even with myself for years
of self sacrifice. You don't know what
strap hanging is. For years I have
given up my seat to women. Now the
moment I poke my nose inside the door
of a car they fall over one another in
offering their seats to me. The dear
girls can't help it. I'm going to hang
on to that crutch, my love, until I am
ti-h roughly rested up." New York
Ills Feebleness.
Johnnie-I told Uncle Simon that he
was getting too old and feeble to at-!
tend to business. Mamma-Did be'
take it kindly? Johnnie--He threw me
>ut of his office.

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