Title: St. Andrews buoy
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00232
 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: November 2, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

Full Text













&


VO L. XV.


'--


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

U. S. Senaitor-lst district. S. R. Mnl-
lur.v, l'eus.ai..la: -,l1 District, J. P.
.' l';Ilt I fci'i I, .J idlc.Un'%.nville.
t Repres,-utative-t-Ist Di);trict, S. M.
Sparkman. Tampa: 2d District,
",r'.-: Cl1ik. L, ke City: 3d 'District,
WV. L. La;iar, Tallahassee.
Laud i% Ln:v--ie_-iier. W. G. Robin-
son; Receiverr H. R. Chubb, Uaines-
ville. a
State-Governor, N. B. Bros'ard; Sec-
retary, H, C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
IH. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tiou, W. M. Holloway: Commissoun-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
town.
Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Jpdge.
J. R. Wells; CTerk of, ourt, County
"wPa, rnorder of eds, .'W -'C.


drew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howel
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bower
Duncan; County Superintendent, B
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Tbo-
Collins,, Vernon; County Commi:
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Portei
Econfina; J, H. Wesley, Point Wash
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrew.--Jlusti,:e of the Peace
Johu 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.
BMillville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis
.. Constable, 3. H. Daffin,
Parker-Postmaister and Notary Publ<
W. H. Parker.
SCallaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle
Baunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
-- Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan
S derson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
son.
West Bay-Postrffaster, W. C. Holley
Murtee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee
"ay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Smpkins-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
kins.
S Bayhead-Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
r'ook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
\ Wetappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
ij ,,
Farmidale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
ford.
THE MAILS.
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-
ept SundW at 7,:15 p. m.
east Bay mail for Harrison, Miville,
Cro'wautou Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
aru ; l dalae and Wetappo leaves St.
AAidrews every miorning except Sun-
Sdeay at 5 30 o'clock, arrives, coming
rest at 7 clock p. m.

aptlst-Cliurch Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
.!a k p. m. Sunday School every Sun
Say ai 10 a. m. Rev. C. L, Joyner,
S pa-tOr.
!I t-,todist Episcopal-Church Wasri-
ington ave. and Chestnut st. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
S It.v. J. M.Conway, pastor.
r, .reAbyterlan_-Chtrch -corner Ioraine
Ave. and Drake St, RV. 0. C. Dol-
S phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
,i. iu. every Sundiay., John Stur-
S'"-.. t,, 111( Churebh corner WyoiVing
.\v^,. ,1 l'oster St.

Fp O L .o *!(e ,,o. 142
P 1 &c A. .VI-
Regular Cloninunui-
- ''cat ots on .tle first
:an tliird Saturday
Si each month.
< Visiting Brothers
T FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. &L
SW. A. EMMONS, Secretary

IEUSINESS DIRECTOR.

W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
I'ublic for the State at Large; has
Jurisdi.':ion to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
meuts, etc., anywhere In Florida.
Special attention given to land eon-
v'yance.s and marriage ceremony per-
forwti, t',ir lawfully qualified parties.
OtUiee at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Bay..
I.RA A. HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vernon, Fla.
. I 1'PrompL and careful attention given*
o... all'mat Lers submitted to my care.
,- McKINNEY,.
ttor ey at Law,
.' Vernon, Fl,.

A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at large. Of
rice at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
n "ue and Cineinnati st, All Notarial
S work solicited 'and given prompt at-
S" tension.
DIE. W. G. MITCHELL.
[Physihiau n nd Druggist, Commerce St.,
: east of Bay-ie'v, offers his profes-
sion.il se' Ic,:s to the citizens of St.
Andrews aud vIcinity. Residence on
Bueua Visra avenue.

DR. J. J. KESTELR,
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Otfice Pioueer Drug Store,

SW. H. PARK ,
S Notary Punillc for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
. Conveyancin.-g and payment of ta es
S for Liou -i';detiis. specialties.
Sad Result of Experiment.
Aunt Ann-You think John no longer
e !oves you?. New Wife (sohblug--I-I
krinow it, nuntict! I p-put on an ug-ugly
S old hat this morning and he never no-


ticed the dif-dif-dlfference:--Chicago
Tribune.

. Most people think when they receive
y, a favor that It i merely a sample, and
that if the goods suit they "can come
back for -more.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA.
Ouc Dollar a aYe'r in Adi'ance.

Entered Sept 3. 1 1,, at St. Andrec ,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congr.ss of March 3.1 ,9.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
PI R 0 R I ETO I .

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Po-ition and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
agreement..
"Local Drift." 5c per line, first inser-
tion; 21c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

IT this paragra yh is .eCjec4ed with.X,


ways niOie roses Ihan thoris, if we IroLm the nudie beg,


oulil but see them. Iut our eyes aio
citoint ually tre.'passing on the Fii-
time's sacked giounts in search of
roses, while the pathli we are treading
i.- strewn with ihth i, but they are
tlamIpled unn-een benealith our feet
aiid we aie c'oliuincta. of nothing ex-
cept tho piercing thorns which h inako
life rilse'iiTle. Ali, thle ,lt ire will
take caio of itself, buit the present
need's' oui while atteltioni, andi lie is
mostly \hat. we make it; ho let u1,
gatihelr tili0 ose as we continue onu
oQIr way. B so :li ,.


ihnumLnbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should THE SUNBEAM.
SoII choose to renew. THE SUNBEAM.
Down it came dancing, dancing,
S. ... Straiglit fr'olUn te land of light
.. \, In through a poor attic window,
NI ..... Making the darkness bright.


. F OF THE "C


ttns t ht 0oci .
SBranch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

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

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

Motto-Good Cheer.
Colors-Yellow and White
, State color-Deep Orange.
Flower-Coreopsis.
-Sovg--"Scatter Sunshine."

THE LAW OF LOVE.
Oh. if there*is one law above the rest
Written in wisdom-if there is a word
That I would trace as with a pen of fire
Upon the unsullied temper of a child-
If there is anything that keeps the-
mind
Open to angels visits, that repeal
The ministry of ill-'tis love!
Few thing's made are worthy of con-
tempt.
The smallest, pebble in the well of
truth
Has its peculiar mcanin-g and will stand
When man's best monuments wear
away.
The law of heaven is love, and though
its name
Has been usurped by passion and pro-
faned
To its unholy uses through all time,
Still the eternal principle is pure;
And in these deep affections that we
feel
Omnipotent within us we but see
The lavish measures in which love is
given
And in the yearning tended ness of a
child
For every bird .that sings above its
head,
And every creature feeding on the
hills,
An-. every tree and flower and running-
brook,
We see how everything was made to
love.
And how they err who in a world like
this
Find anything to hate but buman pride.
S -N. P. Willis.

ROSES AND THORNS.
So many lessons come to us thro
our invalid members that I am going
-to take the time to tell you of a young
girl living in Nebraska. whose influ-
ence has been helpful to all around
her, She'does not speak of her afflic-
tion, but as she lies in her wheel-
chair, a hopeless invalid, her spirit
has not lived it: the aitmosphere ol
suffering, but her thoughts have dwelt
upon all things sx;eet and beautiful,
and these gentle thoughts and tancies
have been compiled into an attractive
booklet under the title, Reflections.
The book does not lay claim to bril-
liancy, but the thoughts are helpful
and sweet, just such reminders as we
need in our daily round of duty.
On the page entitled "Roses and
Thorns," she says: Our path through
life may be strewn with ro-es of every
kind, but among these sweet blossoms
are many thotns, whose sharp points
we often feel as wve journey onward;
but we can certainly endure the
pricks aud scratches, for there are al-


Glanced off a broken mirror.
On to an old arm chair,
Lit up a pale-faced sufferer,
Wearily tossing there,

Brought with it hope and e'ladness,
Soothing the restless boy,
Lulled him to sleep with bright visions,
Whispered of health and joy.

And to a far-off country,
Washed by refreshing streams,
Guided his slumbering spirit
Into the land of dreams.

Then when its task was over,
SSoftly floated away-,
Back to its home in the sunshine,
Its mission-fulfilled that day.

Oh! so be like that sunbeam-,
Shedding forth light and love,
Then when outr labor is ended,
T'a pass to the light above.
-A. I. Buchat.an, in Indianapolis News-

THE KINDNESS OF MEN.
MIoat of as do not live long enough
to appreciate the lidvainces which hu.
imanity is making toward the niilleit-
inui, since we advance with it. Onlyv
when we stand on the shoes of eter-
nity, and watch the forward move-
Inent, or fix onr gaze on the ile-
sioses o- htory, .- do- \i' i- iTUf=' T]ie a
thlie fact that the ra, e is marching to-
ward tihe sun, and not intct tlie night.
When we observe tihe corruptiolft ina
civic administration, the greed anl
injustice ol coini erciali.-in, tho tyran-
nies of trade societies, the follies of
the rich, the squalor of the lwor, the
proneiiess of nationss to W\ar. tihe con-
tinuance ol crime, vice, vulgarity and
ignorance, it often seems as if we
were stationary; but whenever anm in-
cident ocuers that tests the disposi-
tion of the masses toward their 101-
lowinen, we find that disposition
kindly.
It is significant for instance, that
so considerable a sum as $76,000
should have been- contributed tor our
sick, on Hospital Saturday and Sun-
day, without special urging or adver-
tisement, the gifts being from all
classes, in sums from one centi up-
wvard. It is still more significant that
we have hospitals, for not very long
ago these institutions were absolutely
unknown. Vl hen we compare the
present expenditure and the effort to
save life and give health and comhait
to the suffering with the expenditure
and effort to shed blood and increase
pain that. stained tIhe human records
almost to our own time, we cannot
draw other conclusions than hopeful
for the future.
One by otaU the aticient severities
have been eliminated. The Roman
arena with its gladiatorial fights, has
become almost a myth; the persecu-
tiois in France, Spain and Holland,
where people were put to death b
thousands for refusing to yield their
liberty of thought and conscience,
find no apologists in the church to-
da3; the practices oa war' that conm-
prised killing and ill-use of prisoner-s.
and looting ot cities, are slowly dis-
appeariag, and war itself will pas
into deserved oblivion; brutal sports,
except hunting, which is. a cowardly
taking of life from victims who cannot
defend themselves, are giving place
to games and exercises of a maulier
kind: we have societies to defend the
weak and the dumb, and mankind is
compacting its social organization
even too fa, for the ultimate develop-
ment of the individuals. There is
still an element of the savage in us,
but the veneer of civilization grows
thicken, and the promptings to kind-
liness are more effective, and more


general, as we grow farther away'


and government. .W
a woldl that 'even
fiud it well to live I
= 4
If you wault to iu
good for nothing to
boy, just go in anti
every quebtioin' that o
himn an;i the teacher1
lim to have a good
Itent-ary be smte .e(
lie caiw always d Le.
assibt,ancein whaatl


i religionll
IYet have,
fiat s iv ill
.".- -,_

ft arouiilI
'0f youth
oa side oil
%'tween
on want
_ penu-

iur as-li
01"1 a-


crime will want a .heap iT ge to
look forward-tn, by over-iiiilulgent
parents, than can be imag ln.
-- L - - -j .


a'. -- -- -


rITE LUOOD OF !

HIS SIRES

S1, G. B. LEWIS

CoI (polre tai j :- I. u. .v--Chin- a,

TLe-.'e waxes lii-geZ in tlj L6u.Ii 4 of the
volft. I
ilhen night ha.l comedic .'wx tJier -ha,;
"ome with it from the -.r .', ofr thei
no!inli ;n i :, fro-i the lack .-tii i lt i
Ihe passe:, 'fi I' (l th dei:thsl of .th b, .is-
;nti canymV n-, Ia "v-nlt that '(ut lit..- a
cnife liai shrv 'le iik'i- l'i''., .i novw
ain,I lheo a gut-t had ,lr l i. I all ta
-ting lik' bin: '.o Th .I".- g)Itne
)ack to his 1lir "1.an-u given up u. htln;
"o;" the i)i'!". uT'Y' gte wOt' ielug:r"
"foot for : ; i ;u ei i weltt er. i.- :

ofteancd a bli, anUa there wer o' o
lake-s tilt a .out ia w;; 1 ,. 'i i .
The wolf sat u al t the :i '.i;!i -' f I,.-
!:ir anl.! wh:'ne, an mi nt ta.'" t!:.!.' .
le felt ttim, p:t'i,"; of t ii4 ..- 1 li' ... :
hisiialy-. \o>, (-a) at of '.' <'.tu lina'
iis ;itan )iia'-ir at' l ". '? i La ca (;
was a it, e oaI', w;th he 1 .'. ..nai '4
i ortl3 g-rowiL g toI e'-eif aa s'.:e L,.-. ,
the i owi ill,. a e'. , .
iB,- a::d 1;:,+ ilie v-. l ci e: ',I.' p -
LnitI a;s if tiit1 thered slll"',!a!.l J
;l;,kes, ;iid l t'lieua it, can.. '' I. i. ;
complaint up the narrow %aJn y a"u,
'around the rocky- lils au1 ,aii L_
,T : Tif e xoif ceased' "i' ini'.i .
wind brought him a tamnt-a 'lct I!I
stood on his hind legs ait, piw thb
air and sniffed and bhov. ed his i ug-
A moment later he sigial-.-d f tih
mother wolf to join him. SbL al a
reared up and sniffed at tie a.rF,
It surely was the scent iof g.a . Ia
was feeble and came from tiap., it Ii
was worth investigation. With i i
angry growl at each other, b.iu o hbu
ger and greed, the woive- I"i r.ite-,
away down the wind. Tllk f.ai ii;cu
taln of snow limited tbhir vi-sii to
yards, but a woif's nos,_- gi d id. hin1.
after he becomes blind of old age.'
"We will go ont this n:..lir .," Sald
the leader of. the park tm-rol to hi,
men. "We will go north., .aI-t, aLltlI
and west. The buffaloes wHI lie I'iiug
up in the thickets in such at stori a1n
this, and the wolves will t.e bhunly to
find them."
They went in pairs, the strong and
hardy men who brave the seasoua to
protect life in the great park set aside
for the nation away up where the ~vt-
ters of the muddy Missouri are as cold
as the Arctic ocean and ai clear.ats
glass.
The buffaloes would have only one
enemy on such a day-the big,timber
wolf. The bear would wait for better
weather to search for his food/ The
men turned their backs on each 'other,
leaned forward on their snowshoes aad
in thirty seconds were hidden from
each other's sight. They knew the1
groves, the thickets, the spots which
the buffalo would seek for shelter, nnd
they skirted or passed through such
places with the stealthy tread of
ghosts.
"Hark! It is the snarl of a wif!" '
The two men who had gone to the.
north halted In their tracks with hbnd
to ear and hstened. As the wind 1.A4
brought the seouti to le r
door of his lair so It also brought tbhe
merifacing snarls of-A. beast of prey to
the expectant patrollers. -
"Wolves, for sure!"
"And after buffalo! Straight ithlaad!"
The wolves had followed the scent to-
its source. A buffalo bull mnd three or
four cows, s iatte'red some distance
from the main le herd, were sheltered u;)
in a small grove on the bank of a creel.
The bull hald c tne to his prite in the
wild and rugg d uark. lie was not a
stranger to the g'oint of toie bear a -I
the v n-rl of ,la t "'.' i, Tt-'.y hat.t met-
aced hmu ia.ny tdaines, and many timede
he had defied them, though, it had nev-
er come to open attack. Both wolf atnd
bear appeared to have an Intuition thlmt
the buffalo was under man's protection
and that it would not do to go too far.
With the scent coming stronger at"
every jump, the wolves at length broke
through the dead vines and stunted ce-
dars to find themselves upon their prey,
In front of the thicket was an open
glade. They paused here for a mo-
ment to plan the attack, and as they
planned they whined and snarled and
growled. They did not want to have
anything to do with the bull. The cows
were not fighters, and their flesh was
more tender. If they became fright-
ened at the growling they would make*


a bolt for it and separate.
The bull had caught sight of his ene-
miles as they broke cover. He never
had seen a timber wolf at such close
quarters. Sontithliug told him that they ,


tat. I l a.; |. 1 -. ... .. . I 1 1 4
Sih e ., -. 'i I 1'. ....d , r
i i~ l, .io ;iud lili..-t,. t s 'i ., d
a't '. 'l .'I a : .Il- l .!,- l l ;h< I .1 .,.L..
al';l'. l, tli' ,- r : L T il J l..-. Uli.,. l ili .
' '. .,.. n' i l.' p:'.iril it -h \a.t-a.a c| d
S! 1 '.1 ', i Jl i* l ia -i ..i i li.j r,., .. i / l i -
i I... it I,61a. A-Ii t u gi in u i lu i t
!O.u L ., ili [ Z L:tli ,-, U,;i h ..,t ti.' i
ove Ii r: l .. .) r' irIVv w\I[ 1
:1 'i ;,l t-I ,. :atri l n r. tir i', l :itiI .i t. t
h ead < ,,1 I l tfp in ,j <'.I t r -,i i ln i; U
I iil. Iw,, il.;.A h,..d v!-it u f Li .,J\ ,-'l I i
Il :_ ll t" l.., t Ihe. ITe hnd lh ll;. liu tl -
must ba\e Ir,-rid oI ,1 m ou.' fin i 'I'"
wiJjl'es. -urpri.-, yd.- I_ 3 l.iy 1i t ijfleu -' atltu .
ga\v way, I u.t tLey did norjt go far.
"\Now wi. Ph: Ill. se a ighlt worth talk-,
lar',of7' said one. ef 4he natr ollera n1i


b- irni, nut tt ite ull0 is not the son orf
his father wv will kill him for a cow
.ird. Now the battle begln-;!'
The.wol.W -e s-epitated t. mlnke tIhe ;Jit
lack. They were dour With.li- arl ait!
grIowls. They, nee',hl-i all hl eir lire-i r lt
for st-?-rn-l r w%.irk. whilel e on il- da-lih I t i
the muzzle of tie bull the other sought
to gain his rear and hli.mtriag him.
A long leap and a savage bite would
do the trick. The bull bore no scars of.
former contlits, but instinct tohl hima
what to do. His v ii,.i_ ,' wAere rsa
swift that every spring of tih wolff wav-
disappointed, anud twice within ten mini
utes a pair of cloven hoofs caught th,<
shaggy beast in the ribs and rolled thim
over and over in the snow. Then the
pair gathered In front to malte an at
tack on the throat. .It was oilyit a feit
intend(led to force the bull back Into the
thicket, where his maovenuents would bei
hampered. lie had scarcely given
ground when lie saw through the gain e
an(l bloeke(d it.
"Did you see? Did you see?" gle-e
fully" exclaimed the elder pat roller as
he softly clapped his mitteued hands
together. "I was not mistaken in the
bull lie is the son of his father."
the i;nl,.'r wolf js cunning and
cti'le(ss," reiiied the other, ilth doubt
in his tones.
"Wait and you will see."
'hlie wolves sought to) attack on bath
flanks at once. The bull needed agil-
ity: hore anud he put it forth. There
was a foot of1 snow on ( l it oi')ti, 1)!i(t
that wa.':L in hist favor. Fo''r : ta a ;r
of :;n our lhl wo 'lves p! fs,-;l' i '_, '
pi'la at.l l a \v t o' lt' iaaua'n a, ibh a ,'itfa I
A., o: or ': e '. oi '- in hii lt 'd aA,' I -i ;> : "-
n*oi tih a eO;tai l,, Ht;, 1; 1 tlae.y i\ ,:' ii.
w,'ia):,, atd l i 'ny et a (' ,i e !- l t i .', t -
," a ~.. '1'!, I a Ih-'. .i. ) ;' i I'-: : ',. i;3 '

a. i : :. i' i . . .

+t v l i .' i a\ i :>l l:' I !',!a a .;;tia t.l ti!. y\.
*v'jui 'J i'.ut hi.' v tu:;i-': tlt ..'.ls .i>. i. t "'I






ot i it N : l3
t4 1 '. : 1 d ; :-"t tin: a! i .' : a :L ._!


"i ;'i v-iaLi. Y, lt'. a tl'.t't tii th!; ;ail i'-
on ..... '::; io Yv, u i ti !S ',v i l, '

hill i l', t tl-t? :'lt ;i hi:; I si :ia '!
i ((-I yo l T,')'s a lii !*,'. ii lr!:'t
-. In i. |I e l;ii Ni]'re i,;t ..
Of ta! s tu.dmn I i.-r' \v;' aS a brIl[:w i'
tnaug'r aniid (la -I al.a', 1 r'Is h ('l ', -'!t
of thia t-afli a: i at -' o 1i 1 \v" ':x .
h.)I.9 "'-+ -.. :'" )-v, ti'e ; '-" a "- -
tody ('.i of I ; l, l S -'; l .), tal -''I t- ; 'ala ';;
inI. They n:o\\\i ne:t;'er, [ ct iiir

as a v,}!ir;w>v iii ,v,)i.;i a;i; ,in ,,t Jn
"tie've 0 ( : t l )-it l n Va

tsk i 'a noi,- ;t ; ;
"'L-t the -:, ) -v. ''. 'i .,i-i do yon
'co?' Th ii 0!o 'v' i :; l i tit 'e h' ; ;"
broke n ,;c'k : tIheu oal-1 i;i iis i)upi a',va; i
)n thi'ro I.- ga.; o te fihe I)all draw lioiii-
<'lf up anid lhalik.e his Liead aud hla sh
lils tail. t liy, L m I, if there ini i1]been
six of thenl instead of two he'd have
fought and won. eo hlas the blood oft
his sires, and blood will always tell."


BETWEEN


TRAINS
B FANNIE IIEASLIP LEA
co-jriight., lts5, t, i 1. D Marath.in

The 6:30 express stopped at Race-
laud, and two solitary passengers
itlighted. A man, tall, leau and dark,
ltft the third coach; a woman, small,
plump and fair, descended from the
second. Midway In their listless course
to a somewhat ancient carryall they
met.
"Oh h! I might have known it!" she
cried furiously.
The man said nothing at all.
"I suppow'e," said the woman, wltth
ostentatious self control, "you are go
Ing to the Ralstons?"
"I am."
"And have I got to go up in that
trap with you?"
"You have not. I shall walk," he
said calmly.
"You will do notthini of the kind,"
she stormed. "And have them won-
dering and q(i.-tiuliig? You will go
up in the trap with mne."'
He led the way to the aged vehicle
and she followed. When they were
seated and a series of noisy ji'rkhs
announced their triumphal proia 'esg .
hie looked at her with quiet namutsnient.
"T'uy' will think we have come to-
.4tla'"r." he said. "Do they know you
are comingg'"
"No," she -n i|'p.-d. "And I suppose
you are mia.ri.iug them too",'
"Quite a surprise party," he aijreed
She clinched her little hands furi-
ously..


- ~ .as .,.-- ~a.-' - .. .. -.-


' ,h '. ii id ..'-.' n :i .ti it ij L i[ '-it., an
S ,. 1 r. I i r -,,i:.t a th -e li .,tt."
1 l'i., .,, i I -);' !i .: h\ | : n ', Ii l l tt
O il . 1 ,', I '.- I l .. 1 i|. 1.l l h| l| |.- .'-d .
,Id 11 i .i. Ii it l. ". ,', ;,1n .\ ho w


:' ,,I h I ':.. ', ,, a !t ',-I |g ; "
S a ll I .- I .l'l l a t l .t \\ : lt li y
- ', ..
!



S I1 .1 ' j
- T -. ;..,- ; .' aa.- V.I.,

S.i li,' t 1 ~ 0 3
A,'I'_ 1. bi
Iu xL sI.A m ,s i.


rfi n n'- i in-' L ;. I r,-' ,,- .; to ii ."' he



1 it -t1a .I kt .- tu i tLI a
"-a l ,.i l.,Jl. I', ili ,' "' -thi>.h ,,r], t'nd.
I ,'. x ,,l '* ajI, L'" ii ,.,-- a-..' d h i'.t'


nitl, i- tLia t ti',L. \\i l il' of heir ch'ia '
:ot.
i'e, 1' a.i ita'' l haer he W,,ib.,-d IuI
f.i)ij :l!'t;to ;i i'a a'iriad reV'alling o thty
'hbari. : ;I, !
aty;!il Ju an !ijnhppy yard or

"I* ou ll a i;ite i Al tT ::;)o tratl
k' *'." iLi< a '.-, ti l i a itr--. ata i ',
"I -I'- a i- 'i' ;ill oo> had. jNolo,-iy


a' i :1 :.+ L-, : t f. -' ., .iti':;. uh hclt,"
ontit i, t ,,) 1 1 ..i ,] v. i'ith.:ct"\ &
ru a;I.there"





"t tliu'. ta; miiiaaita-s toj .'+ lie ;:ti
'lct"i)h(*(I. "*il. W(OU' l e lu ig t;J wait, I
.It ', U -V L r i0 itit.tL -.Ilt ) t 'A'l U W ilt l-
a) t l V' '( I i. i' i: t ,r u l 1 i t I ,i v It. e l I
ili l S ,..-.
ti t hf i( ;:.: "!. 1.: ; ;iiau .,Id I t'(; I.Vi 1ilei i ',
;1uldn lii'\-y j;; il til} th(t- ugie st'l aioil

A I ,;d-I. sI n c g ]iIei'th i i il.git waus
a '.' ) .: A l: oi tw wo wiukted out,
;!i !., i:i'Pki t 1 ~ tak I f I 't- sky, andI
'-' -., 'a l i.- ieoug' Iu'sty r':al iLhe l.it3 lids
di%'ta : I ,! t-lo"iy.
S' a' ( : n- .'is ii si ai h on (lot station
l;i.!a ';; :i, :- a otlSiy i tic sa:d t'u rattle of
l -,,,--:ala i haintaiuj~i fitl'nlu (Jtle sta
a at ''ii 't gi'ys av, -i -s <,,,f :tabltittlun.
't, ; a y .-- i- r J ar -' it L.iad 'aI lt .i

l!", ha i it -e .. . the
\woanim, adcl followed him stiftlt -t'hen
he-iatd heledl hcr "from lhe carryall. .
Slianley sat domw upjon a I ruck and
whistied soitly to hiinself.. Mrsi. Leon-
ard )atedl thelt farthest end .of the plat-
fuol in l supt:irb iluce. After a little
he joined her withi'a lalgLth.
"A!P atreutij." he said,, "we're the
'(lly huiiani lngsvia in Lbhs oulitude. I
sto the station agentn t tmakiing off down
Lhe road to goet a drink I)efore train
bilnIe. 'I'. 's a liil otf a store a few
ullid*t-d .v'ards t'off. I ;jsuppoe .ou ui
liced it,"
"I did not," shu said rrliJl.'.
"[lh -re-ting .iihin.s, these th;,ij:lh.n
,-tores," lie liogau again.
"I have levt'r fo'inld th -Uil o." She
smoothed an iouaginLary 'wrinkle froin
her ghlo t
"Now, sep here,"' said Stauley,
"would yo.U ainj tolling me just why
I'm bhing sa0ulibed and cut and frozen
thi: way ? I've gsad I wasn't guing to
prouv'S,' to you agui0. V'hat are you
afraid or?"
"Afraid!" 'she uicleodt. "''m not
--afrald. I'm tired, that's, allk of bling
pterseciited. Every one thinks I ought
to marry you." Her voice began to,
tremble. "You think so, too, and lit,
i'act that I d,,ii,' ;'t. 101 with themi nor
youth luakits Uo i titl-felee tit all. You ,
simply go on ,'il' i 1. in that m[adden-
ilgly certain x ayH. as ift' you had only
to laide your timi i anrd I'd give In. Well,
whIy shuildh I?'a I'nhappy as I am; I.
[iav-e ny friends aniud my armisemonts.
\Vho lI' ( you thal 1 S'htIld giV ('' ?,'t;a
tp flor yoU,"
"-Noblody," said the ijuan lumeekly.
"Nobody at all."
"1 Cliia't eVteu go utI Of towu fot a
day or twto," she cried holy. "without
b;'lng forced in.o ;a loinesoInR teta' :i t>C'
with you. I', m tir-V'l of lu0 vi' g (h't u,'.-c
male .do l'r .yout t't '"' u!. lltir'd oaf hayv-
inla [><:oa il' r' 'f t al. Ira a v''dy fa r 11 -;+'-
ing "eop \'t l l I s' t ay
She. a rom, wt.. .
t eo u' t iid !ion .' r ,-


"II' 'l > ;t l iti-' ;i +. ii f ;i* :, ., ,..,. "-
rft- h?! tr !'' 2, "t4,) ,i," :.' -,:'



tle rt ad tud in l;t''gi tL,-l i ;i t,
Of th s;;i tioln ii i \it '>' i ,), -'- > ,t i:'t'

o," f hi' i.J I ,{ u ,*, lae 'I tI- i'-
rined."
shf sIl dowu i.-L i ti ,t ta f lib iP.. '
foral wV .ii iif ]h ; 10 S b+i hjpr :!)-, "v\ '
her feet in t'the it-. ot)lt :."a
It s lla ta vm'a' !'n .ly i.-ah:x'.* ii .. .. : .
h1 l u h )a a i "'> Ol a' ta d alt' si .': a t i' 1 'i ; -,.
l i l ah K t'-'s h i l m('i l,'; ') '. t i

ry ti!:il ^ltr hlu!l lt S ; ji-y +.*1 i' .: : .


she ,.'tdt. qutnrr-el aah l! .iu, a i.I ta : .-.
nthan, .. bel' aI t a>t: .t t, i -. 4 a j : !A

j.l. iy t ; 0 v"i s i .j t;
'.tii alti:, a l ,.'<,- c m'Ai ,!iA
the sou.:i' o fat h:a. v f't i l L 1..i


"A ; K:' she sere, i ;'i.i. L-. ,h 1 :"rt
you, Ale-Lk?" She flted aire -,:-i at p.-!
form und iuto 11w little station house.
i u .'-- was no one in the first room anad
o;ilh the umLrky I'Tht (" ;i ( l.a 'a' oee


1Itup.
ri .-. ,t tr'em liltig wit,' fl'iglt,
L:>' IJ-t''lti l .i.ia1.1u ill gaSps, to the eeC-
*rand rii a1it l.1 o- :ie!'i'd over a dark
u I l.'. li th door li gro'an ld aud nut-
I ered bei iin.ie
Mi L..-iar .rtpii. b. k Tj t to t" lamp.
lit',1.4 il t' rom the \\% il % tJfi lAlia l ng a
u n. t- i ,l1 ..; rnred it to lit,: uj r. It '
ig't; i .: < i].Lil Ii.)3 n ai tii:in. w ho, dirawtk
Sii' '-. *-..i. Iunred l;rain t tbh
1 ,!i : I 'l i-ll I .-R ak l iy at her.
I'i. I,'1 i1l I fi Ih el t.d ',uu." be
'. i. ir .,1 I ,!i. 'fTJ re waas a
: I it i i" lin',h ,'ln -
*"I~'. !.,,. i~ k nis 't'.;his.- tiin't talk:"
",1 '- !* "..ir l'r:]', -'I- ting thW la-' .
toi. iju Ol : cor,'ijei'ji.L oQkplri=e*



r." ,' V ,i it n tii ru le. I'll be all right

-n'vu're nut hurt'
I I... U d ,, id lil--] -"Dly. 1She lawd
S. it n ;' id .t;ard uip at
ii '. *r ..,1, .
i" .1. t .i t ." lit: a iir'i *'. hvr .

3.'; Let'iuard wept at't." y against hti
.o isttees. "1 wbish you would," she

"Nov, li :vi bless that tranipr'
SLt:;u.h,, iuitlrurd t)o tiuiuself, with
",'i kdw i l". It wa* a heaven sent


The l.n t Entiirh Duel,
The luast duei thb.. last fatal one, At
Ieas was f'iught in a tield in Maiden
hlae in u solitary part of Iolloway li
l4'.3. 'I'ihe d e;rie; acquired co~nridera-
S L' i,..'t i 'ltoui t te 'Vejt. It, was
Lh+ di''"I fuui;lht ter1wen j Colonel Faw-
oil ti:n I .i it; euSHa t .Mtlnur. The for-
Mf(r v'ai k- aI;l!,1. iThe du1litsL were not
onl.y tn.th.,r itlicor-; they were also
,t-tlti. I \i .t w h, aaitaig nJarri-(l two
*: t -i .
'i The coliv.!'r't j ryt on the Iiiiuestt te-
l itncd Ia vredictrl willful Iurder not
Pih i ti-ast 1. it':.Ieianilt Munro, but
,giltas the f .'i uIi ulso. The latter,

i iLhe L.oifis of jisci-cic by I teldog ref-
t' i, t r< i. Four 'yoti.- lulatr lihe sur-
aru iC JC tu take lhii: trial at tio Old
B.uilc'3x. liH as ftaintld aniliy and sen-
i'nc'' t delttl. tit was, however,
i.r.):ig re'coitie-uded to umercy,n and
h{iat :a .j-nce was eveituallycoinmuted
.j ct'.ie iumutf),i' imprisonnent. n
Thi.e titu.g. uiboric'td in wiih tites duel
\v.i fuag',t is no louger-solitary.. A .,
*' .> r.air 'tl li '. kLirowu as tha s,
L.- i.,. r iad, rilnl' tliroulgh it, t ut] a
*,.J2i ,u.dn'.i Ij ".m 1 tth liuck acl ." ..
1T ,; .i,i;'-:,r ir'itill lii tlaEt j l.lre quirled. t .
i. a'>,' J ..J, e : i n c p e t
-- 1
.* I *.l .Iiltn1 In ren 'i. "'
<"N o i k l i ,, b l ii n ,s m nu :' I d o n f o, '
wuit' a tin iu n ay 'iuploy who 'plya

"TLhn yoU litnik ,-aauibling Is rvio g?"
'IT i, loi sj inuPa that, but I am con-
'c ii..l Ut.a< :t nam;ni wo wcnild itake
i L- ').,, oin'a siubtr" .'ltriact required
biy a bokun.iker is not competent to
:, t i .l o t Vl loii ete'Cstfw oa those,
4f uti.t b.8!y else,"--WVa'tsington Star.

A IDudi Habit.
TiCo l'iresms Papa, I tILi consader-
Tbly miLiL'arrisxed to discover that I
:s a agii;iead .o nuiarry both the duke

"Iow lil.e your motbe.r, to jump in
aiid :st miore than she wants, just
liecause it i.s oheap:"--Life.
r


Consumption


J There is no specific fo1
consumption. Fresh air, ex-
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if there
is anything to build on. Mil-
lions of people throughout the
world are living and im good
helth on one lung.
(j From lime immemorial the
doctors prescribed cod liver
oil for consumption. Of
course the patient could not
take it in its old form, hence
it did very little good. They
can take


SCOTT'S


EMULSION

allt' t.h it it for.a long
tim exccptilig IuLiter, so easily
dliget-dl and absorbed by the
system as cod liver oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
ard that is the reason it is so
l'lpftil in cosummiption where
is use mutst continuous.

W\e will >end you a
sain t pl fi e.
4"i r';,*,.Bi t >.s I i t i sc.., 1
S t. ti n f -t .4



ct & Bowae '


.H)l1 PeadrlStrei
N,%w Yoik
,, A. ad $t, Ui diruggi.(#
- i -


','~1


NO (.


2


No1 .



















The str. Tarpon arrived Saturday
night from Mobile, after having been
detained five dayN in quarantine be- N
fore bing permitted to land at the t
wh-arve in that city. Blie proceeded
to Apalachiccla a.n Carrabelle and
yethramed frow thenoe to St, Andrew
d
early Monday m,,rningi, I
,Thie Bsor. ('leIcaitra start ed out on 9
Short fi-hiing cntise Moniday imotn-
ing.
R
6 t
A PRRiIEA OAUNC .

:. ,., o 13 sr',. ., t
.-'l. F. ..WooDP11iKhJ I'Rilytr.roa
a-p ..
.or. f, GId C protecti n
h til even of brili weather. Te me reas- P
enable. AlSo,
SB A ItGE E M11 A;
Capacity 10,000 feet of Lnmner will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton, on East
Miay and Yill deliver freight of every de-
scription. iweluding live stock to ant
point on St. Andrews Bay. For pairticn-.
lars, address W. F. WouDronD, Farm-
dale, Fla.

PACKET 9CHOONf;R
LUCY H.
CAPTAN H. W. GWAI.TNLT.
Makes regular tries letneen St. An-
4rewd Bay and Pensaeola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and s-ecial atten-
tioq paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dresB, L. M. WARr, Agant,
SI. Andrew, Fla.

PACKET SCHOONER

.C01EOPATR A.
Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
SL.E'. DIANron, - MASTER
T.eaves St. Andrews titv every Monday
leave Penisavola every *Thursdai
iwenthier e iiiitling). special atlein
tion will lie given ti receiving ans d
forwarding freight lor inartiesliviing on.
Esat itiid North Bay, aiRasengers for
points on either arin of the Hay cian
depend tipon Necuritig prompt trains-
Vprittiti" RI reits ohaIPIe rtte s. I'"s-
aenger acconili diltions good. Express
and Ralflroad Freight specialties. For
irther ilf(. rilliloli apply to
1, sA le, Gen. Man.ager.

NAPHTIl \ l.AUN.%H,

A U t A.
t'. rilc-e llie It I I I ai MA iit LIel weein SI.
S '..i. A dll at y, WVelppo and initeiniedi-
:it .to 'repI Sl. A >*"pr,rAe
". xillt,*'ttp tl.' .6:10 li/; n,,rieT-i
Wet.appo at '0: .. mHI. lere lWtappo
AV' at 1-00 p. tit.; arrives at l1. Andrewis at
S 7:30 p. III. Mal!ei laiidlngi regitlarly at
arrison, Ciuiiiueitoi,, i'inrker. I'-ilea-
S, uig, and Fa'iniddle. l'ieigflt latndqd at
a' y postoffice wharf..For passeiiger and
freight rates, see rate card iii the sev-
S- ri postoftiees.
F. A. AIVIiTHKUitL. Manager.

A Week's iVeattier.
.r'e following table gives the nmaxi-
tium, ruinitnni and meau tempenra-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hotiir ending
at 7 o'clock p mT.. as indicated by U. S.
gov erineon t self-registering thermoni -
eters. MIax:Min. Meaiin.l'ti. W'd
October 25 78 57 68 .94 sw
26 76 61 68 .43 n
S 27 73 56 64 .00 n
2 70 55 "12 .301 n
29 68 5 6i1 00! no
30 66 5G 61 .00 noe
31 64 63 54 .00 *uw
Forweek.. -721 58 165 11.27 1

l RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Rev. J. M. Conway will preach in the
M. E. church next Sunday morning.
and evening.
A Union Sunday ,School will be con-
ducted every Sunday morninugat 10
o'clockeiu the M. E, .church.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve-
n ing at 8 o'clock iun the M. E. church.
Everybody is cordially invited to all
of these services.
('Curvffl \-I.fv.
f'r. f~!u itio. ['hi g 'ing to ]ltng mny;Wtlf.
V'lfey (twectlyy-Ob, Geo-rge, I'ut so
o. orrV. stis ciothesUne is o rotten tt
t.a,. dent2--Cleretind Leader.'

9o Poiain in Cliamborlaii's (Coughl
S Remedy.
.* from Napier, New Zaland, Herald:


i.wo years ago the Pharmacy Board of
gew Sjoh Wales, Australia, had an an-
Slypsip a0at of all the cough medicines
that were sold. in that market. Out of
V. t* tire list they found only one that
Shey declared was entirely free from all
poitons.. This exc. p4ion was Chomerlaln'si
Cough RTtetf dr, mnm.io )ty the Chanmber-
lab tediidnte ig.-^ -y, Lee Moineas,
hlia, UT. S. A. The a4sence ofa&H navcot-
K-s ronaes this remedy tLB safeet anibaest
that can be had;. and it is Sh1L a- Feliwg
of security that any mother can give it to
uer little ones. Clihmbeilaii.'i .OCough
Remedy is e,.peciallv recuni'nended by its
makers for coaiths, colds, croup, whoop-
ng cough. This.remedy is for sale by L.,
M. Ware,St., Akudrew aud Bayhead aind
*il medicine dealers.

Took the lawit ChOaine.
Ar t14 Sco-tch gravedigger was re-
maontrate'f with one day at a funeral
fortm n a-illng a. aeWfous- overcharge for
dilglng a grdve.
"Well, ye see. sir," said the old< maoi,
In explanation. ntaL n3 a motion with
his thumb towt.ii the grave, "him and
me hal a bit o' a tift twa or three
years syne owre a braw watch 1 selt
him. an' I've never been able to get
the money out o' hin yet. 'Now,' says
I to myself, 'this is my last (chance,
aWd I'd better tak' It.' "


LOCAL DRIF T, SEASON
PREPARE I
-Born, Monday morning, last, 'o PREPARE
ir. tnd Mrs. George Peter', a ninc- Ace Ehe
and-a-half pound au-ghter, Dr. Kester qiaraintine r
n attendance. thlie boats pldv
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short torrar Adiiewa Baj
printea on good linen paper, 25c per chants ai.d bu
lozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re- country have
seipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy c
office. cllv in kee
-Parker lodge No. 1*2 F. & A. M. will m"erchatidise
meet in regular communication next aliz-ag this c
Saturday at2:00 o'clock v. m. Visiting thee necessity
MIasous in good standing are invited of the Bay
o pat ticipate. and holiday
--Wizard lik Tablets,Price, per a
baox 1 ets. Put up eight Tablets in a Co. have ear
box. One box makes ten ounces splen- ol meeting ti
Lidink. Economical permanent; abso- store, from flt
ntely indelliblb, covenient, non-corro- ucth good, i
sive. At the Buov office peole need
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you degree that.
can now by complying with the condi- arrival, broai
ions of the coupon to be found else- eat and fiiem
whereon this page. opened up by
-When you want a pleananl physic e .o .
.y amberlain's Stomach ,aid Liver .nd this is
Tablis.: -4a0'a -iba <0^ ^ -aB o 018hatL Li.
produce no griping or other napleeant in lthe nmeic
effeet. Sold by L. M Ware, St. An- guarantee thJ
drew and Bayhead and all medicine
lnalid of men
dealers.
-Handsome letter heads with St. either for act'
Andrews Bay date line and views of presouts to bt
eitherSt. AndrewsBlulTf.or3Buena Vieta has been lu
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of t 'e they expect
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a tock by the
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office everyone to c,
-Every man owes it to himself and ent stock an
his family Lo master a trade or profes- the holiday .
sion. Read the display advertisement J the goods
of the six Morse Schools of Tele-graphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a buyers. The
young man or lady may learn telegra- ited to attend
phy and be assured a position. the more prc
-The mercantile business of W. H- house full of
Parker & Co.' at Parker is offered for attentive sal
sale. If reasons are wanted for the iu showing a
change, Mr. Parker says he has too
many ironsin the fire. For particulars, les attractive
call at the store o.- address W. H. Par iful display.
ker, Parker, Fla. your tfienIs
-It you are thinking o' buying prop- yourself es.
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase DO YOU
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of WI'
money and want to buy on longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo- Kidney Troul
dateld.
-The' Hallowe'en hoodlums paid Almost eve
their respects to a good many St. An- papers is sur
drews people Tuesday night, and did
not slight the Buoy in committing their '
acts of vandalism. What satisfaction
an be found ihi making innocent people \
the victims of these outrages, it is hard
to imagine; but the Buoy predicts that _-
1onme of them will run against title bust- I- -
ness Ent a
they least expedt it. -.
-NMessrs. Casey.and 'waltney. who "cnide flly s
have had Capt. F. H. War,'s launch ot -bles and Brigk
Bayhead under treatment for several form of kidney
days past, have equipped it with a new Dr. Kilmer'
and much larger Fay & Bowen engine, ymmendedfor
icy, liver ori
for which Mr. Gwaltney is authorized :ust thb remed
agent here, and they 'haye made it in n so many wa
all respects thoroughly seaworthy, and, practice amoa
.hase relief ar
probably, as good a craft a" plies the very case tha
Bay. They launched it a few days ago, seen made by
and the work they did upon it shows for vho have not
itself that they are masters in that s.r p'e bottle
ceiling more a
branch of industry. nd out if you
-All those persons whe are depend .Vca writing
ing upon the Buoy to attend to the pay- fier in this
meat of their taxes, will please take .nd your a'
-r.t.ilmer&t
notice that those for 1905 will become ,t on, N.
due Nov. 1, and as soon thereafter as a g .'ar fifty
statement can be had trom the collector '"; Cies ar
they will be notified of the amount; but Don't mak
it may be two or three weeks after that er ta Swar
time before a statement can be had. Binohamaon
They will become delinquent, April 1,
next; so you will h-ave plenty of time if
you attend to the matter promptly when It was a
you get the statement, announced t
I ^-. day, "You'hi
Placing the Respionti.lnty. litlc church
A small boy. not more thou seven or tossed upon
ethit years of o'o, was once sent to out a she
the office of a Brooklyn school prin- Register.
cipalt for some offense. The principal '"I '
saw that the little fellow had an un-
usually straightforward and honest 'ried Hanna


appeIarance, so ho concluded to lead up Ark., for the
to the proper punishment for the young Arnica Salv
offender by asking him a few ques- ning sores,
tion. beal, and fro
"If you were a teacher what would 5 yar i s.
you do with a boy who acted as yo r,
did this morning id- the classroom?" cut burns a
be- asked. A. El. Brak
"I'd send him to the principal."
promptly replied the boy. BUSINES
"What do you think the principal
ought to do with such a boy?" contin- Do You
ued the questioner. Business?
"That's tip tor you," wasbe reply. no matter w
The boy escaped punishment.-School the age of sp
Journal. exclusive bui
try. We hav
Son Lost Mother. to offer? We
"Conumption runs in our family, and ether and
through it I lost my mother," writes E.
B. Reid, of Harmony, Me. "For the past Buy Au
five years, however, on the slightest and secure fc
sign of a cough or a cold, I have taken business is t1
Dr. King'sNew Discovery for Consump- method of gi
tion, which. has saved me from serious with "get ric
the only excl
iung trouble." His mother's death was in the country
a sad loss for Mr. Reid, but he learned established,
that lung trouble must not be neglected matter whert
and bow to cure it. Quickest relief and Rtoday ertnd l
cIUre for coughs and colds. Price, 50c
atd $1;-guaranteed; at A. H. Brake's _-
stire. 'Trial bottle free. ^ ^
i iUe- T'l if.wn. In m
"I'111 t:ika.isg tLY riding les.ouns li. andg
"ltikt p{:!l:. '-." place
"Wh|y !not ii ptubtl', .oeda-t
"') t- 'nvroid te fierce whl te llght
hit beat.-- ibout the tiwv.u." --Louis-
r-ilei? Ctacti4r-.1onrnaL

Bil-enr lg Her Wr hrtav be
Slihp-Would you believe it? When the They ar
bride cuine to the word "obey" fn the s y
wedding service she stuttered terribly.
lie-Well, she might just as well break
her word .ane time as another.-Yon-
kers Statesman.


ABLE GOODS.

FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
begyinhi ig ii I lite i gii .
egillations al iectinlg all
'ing in anll out o St.
y, nearly all the mer-
isiness men of the Bay
expel ieliced great diffi-
ring up their stocks of
and snppli'ies. F'ull% re-
oliditit',,li ,a atfai n, artid
of sli;l' iin. tlie people
counitlrv w% ith sea -.iable
;ools. C. E. Brackin &
ly unl -rle tal;ein l t.i sk
is want ii tilling their
)Or to c ili,>,g with jlisl
il all dep ar't'iCiiis as the
at this titte of tlhe e. -r,
elii slucce-.tliil to siiclh a
the T"ir)j'iii, onI i li lwit
ght, piiioabily, the large
st stock ol goods t\eCi
that eintepIt liirinig Hi ni,
saying a good dual lor a
t,eignized as a lcaiet
l iile t r -eiNn 17 -7
at eveiy eas.onabbl- due-
i, women and children,
ual service, or as holiday
e laid away for keepsakes
lly uact, and although
large addition, to the
next boat, they advise
all and inspect tiho pes-
d supply theR wants tor
season before the cream
is arrivedd away by early
Bi Loy's space is too liln-
ipt, to enumerate even,
miniient features of this
goods; but obliging and
esinen will take pleasure
nd explaining the count-
features of this wonder-
Go at once aind take
with you and see for


GET UP

TH A LAME BACK '

ble Makes You Miserable.
rybody who reads the news-
e to know of the wonderful
S, cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, 1ier
Sand bladder remedy.
-- It is the great medi-
Scal triumph of the nine-
| teenth century;' dis-
co'er.-i after years o1
L ij s:.rnr,',,i: research by
". Dr. Kilmes, the emi-
v .-W itnt k.riney and blad-
dsr ::. r: ii:," and li
uccessful in-prompily curing
kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
it's Disease, which is the w.ors
y trouble.
s Swamp-Root is not rec.
r everything but if you have. kid
bladder trouble it will be foun(
y you need. It has been teste(
ys, in hospital work, in private(
ng the helpless too poor to pur
nd has proved so successful i
at a special arrangement h?:
which all readers of this pape:
already tried it, may have i
sent free by mail, also a bool
bout Swamp-Root and how t<
have kidney or bladder trouble
mention reading this generous
paper and
dress to
Co.,Bing- .eE: .
Y. The
cent and' Home of Swamp-Root.
e sold by all good druggists.
e any mistake, but remem
ne, Swamp-Root, Dr. Ki]
p-Roo)t, and the address
,N. Y.,on every bottle.


Il nl ladi Way.
New En.gi!;a parson vwlh
o his congregation one Suu-
be sorry to Lear thpt the
of Jonesoville is once more
the wav-es, as sheep with-
pherd."-Boston Christian

Thank the Lord,'"
h Plant, of Little Rock,
relief I got from Bucklen's
e. It cured my fearful run-
which nothing else would
m which I had suffered for
is a marvelous healer for
nd wounds. Guaranteed at
e's store; 25c.

S OPPORTUNITIES,'
Want to Sell Your
We cap sell vour business
'here itIs located. Thisds
ecialists. We are the only
siness brokers in the coun-
e buyers. What have you
bring buyer and seller to-
aaKe quick sales.
[. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
Pittsburg. Pa.
Established Business,
r yourself a steady income;
he old fashioned, time-tried
stting rich, Don't monkey
;h quick" schemes; we are
usive "business brokers"
'v, and can place you in an
good-paying business, no
3 you wish to locate. Write
t us know what you want.
M. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
Pittsburg, Pa.


-The
st careful farmers
gardeners everywhere
confidence in Ferry's
ho kind that never fall.


n the standard for4years
e not an experiment.
all dealers. 1905 Seed
Mit free for theasking.
D. M. FERRY& CO.,
Detroit. MIch.


_E I_ _I ~_ _I__ ~s~ll ____


6REAMLESS SLEEP.
There I No Such Thlin. .'r-nrIrtllaX
lto in i tRlih Scier. ist.
Aicoor'lng to Sir Arthur M,,.bell of
English fame, thi're Is no such thing
as dreamless sleep; that th i.in' is i
involuntary-to the extent at least that
we c;,lunor cease to think under any
order of the will hnil thipkin. never
cease-s duriueflI i nd i/ essential to
the (cout;aiialce of life; that dream
tUiiklug i.s uns cpDtroll.-, ii iiruli-..t.
ed Ily the willte l never polerle.it ani
rtiren rut ;U i$, ( i re o ,r les- of IlI ,-
unaI e character s, tbiunling in d-i'iiiuit
1.1id ,.uhj-ltitilutes s itat of ili.(lt;'l (1]-.
oi'l.r wlich'ijt d t a state of dli, i.-t.;
tb:it thinking i t aitwake is a'! :.':y to
some extent'.l n r thi- coiitrol tof th,.
will liy whilr if ,'lu-ir ttcd t', a i ,.
ift t and k.6t th 'ere: tlil;t l I ,-r '. r,
ranijy degre of.slhep aunl wak--f,''n-ce
anud as iia' 4."ee of erfl-in s ini

the coiitroll g powvl-tr of the wiii: tlh P,
tlild IinIg. Ii biathlng or [l.. i.i,' nLi.';-
.>f th' heletr *doe 1 n.>t e -t'ite i s mi -o P
wea.i.nesi, .iliuh tall tbhr'e hesN-, a
w 'iilng e t f t.'r ai-ll tl, A ol ,I i ; ,..i.u-
evCrn id; th: th e w ,ill'-4 iL.hIl,b r.4 ;omi
lldlr t'llllg rk-_.hrig f:i:tlgu;I ;ih n
deiluud foy iest; 'that the will ficar,
this foreti a jfreslument In sleep jt.l
tlha tat x. i p dt o fcurr'e Mine of a sit,
'o d.isori cen al in ricy lk lat wiont do,



A ldi" ViishXx Joke., -
Leopards, it is stated, are becoming
unph .'Iautle numerous in the neigh-
borlsord ofd Simlin.' Two 'of them re-
cently la. vyin wait for the mail cart,
but foritu lately they were spotted.-
London, P ch.

] f rb 4 -; WEditwards Injured.
Herb 1. fidw.irds o(f Des Moines, Li.,
got a fall on an icy walk last winter,
slaraining this wrist anid bruising his
kneesi '"eu e next' day," be says, "they
were sore had stiff, I was afraid I would
have to sty in ibed\ but I rubbed them
well with (.1imrlai> s Pain Balm and at-
ter a f,%i.li.pplin' ti,,I s all soreness hlad
disapocaic'l." For sale by L. M. Ware, St.
Andrew ai d Bayhead and. al' medicine)
deal rs.


5000 11ELEItIAPH ER
= N E E D E'D
Annually, to till lhe new positions cre-
ated by*Railroad .and Telei.raph Com-
paniA,. We want YOUNG MEN and LA-
jffLJ zcro adfnmits to. .

AND Rt. I. ACCOUNTING.'
We furnish 75 per cent of the Opera-
tors and Station Agents in America
Our schools are the largest exclusive
Telegraph Schools in the World. Estab-
lished 20 years and endorsed by all lead-
ing Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every stn-
dent to furnish him or her a position
paying from $40 to $60 a month in states-
east of the Rocky Mountains, or from
$75 to $100 a month in states west of the
Rockies, immediately upon graduation.
Students can inter at any time. Ndo
vacations, For full particulars regard-
ing any of our Schools write direct to
our executive office, Cincinnati, 0. Cat-
alogue free.
The Morse School


Cincinnati, O.
Atlanta. Ga.
Texarkana, Te


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


Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida.
NliL hereby -givei that J. 11. Drummond, holder of Tax Certificates.
Nus. lieritAallt, r ntined,'daled thile 3d day of June, A. D. -190!, iias filed s .id certifi-
cat-; in i officet, anid has made apoiiealin tor tax deed to issue in aecordancl
witllh l.~ '. Said certificates embrace the following described prop rty, situated iii
Wa. hinlig jln coitiity, Florida, to-wit:
N Ceri'- Dseription T ,. A assessed a.
I* S C TD s. R.- w.I**


ti li 'n e. o: property. v.I . property of'
115 A1,-. ot sw'i, less 15 acres (i65 acre4).. 4 4 14 Uiiknown ..........
12" [or- 6, 7 8 and t0, blk 14, ...... s 35 3 15 Unkown .........
1' lots 1 17 and 18, blk 15,....... s. 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
130 i, t 2. Ilk 18....................s 35 3 15 L M Knowles.. ..
131 j.t :-. b 1k 18,...... ........ .. t. 35 3 15 Unknown. ..........
132 l t 7 ;ti1 8,, btik 21 ........ .st1 35 3 15" Unknown .........
134 ot, S and 9, bik 7 ............ sw1 36 3 15 Unktown .........
137 lots5 ,,. a I 8, blk 31............ 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
38' 5 acre ii ... .. .. S. 36 3 5 Uinknown .... .....
140 "lot '5 l.lk 7 ............. .nei4 1 4 15 Eligs Edwards ......
145 blk 1., ltss lots 14, 15 and 16.. net 1 4 15 T. G. Trisket.......
146 lo.is I1 .. 5, and 12 to 17. blk 24.nui 1 4 15 Unknown ..........
152 4vt 1 IL I. 16................... tuw 1 4 15 J. E. Robertson.....
1.14 l t. G. 7.1 1 ?- a; ,J 13, ik 1 ; i, } 1 3 1.5 1.k. B ..............
153. NWl el 14 7 .1ii 14. I,; I.; .... i. j 1 I l" k ,,.,i .... .. .
1 I 1 l 2 to, Iti a1.. I. l..1 !, ....,, { 1 4 1." k ,,, .1. .n
Tl' ,: -al i pn.l d i I.t.ing a-.--.-esd t I "T eiTT'I nft1ir t l- n .... -- a tu- w ... 1.,L
Ti]inalea 4 Ljilt! late'd ii, ei h I .'. iil]i I.. U nl .- '- i .-*-, lih..at.:- --h.li l .,. i.:,l.-ii >- I
at'l dl l lu to !., ', t x .\ d tL d % ill iQ ,- 11 .,_ ',- ,,,1 i l,., .tli l .1 ..I L/ >.i 1.' 1 ,.
1 ttill if --1
[ .. l \V ilne -o i y ..ili, ial -i .. .. ..td .1 l )- h 'i- l Ja \ I .I I. i .Il
l, \. P li I ." _' I.' i t'.' *-' (.'l. I t ,1i 1 ...ill,
,. *t i~ -!. i i. .i,,h .! .111 1 "' ,, i.t .
Notice oft Applicatiotn for Tax Deed
I L'aider Secrion S of Chaplcr l-'. Laws of Florida
SNalic ii! lj,'iti., given that J. If. 1.) RUMIIOND, -holder ol Tax Ceriifieates
No.s. as.'huretiialfter namin'd, dateti the 6thi day of Julv. A. P. 1903, has filed said
etrtifical es ii il office, .and has nillJo application f r tax deed to issue in acc lr(!l-
1nice with law. Said certificates embrace tlie following described propertyv situated
it] W'ashiililuin ci>unly, Florida, to-wit:
No. (Cr'- Description e P, assessed as
tificate.- of property. S T. s, w property of
8 87 'sw4 o s j.......... .. ............. 7 2 13 J1. H Brow I .......
.90 10 acre's in se corner ot e- of sN\ 5 4 13 R. E. Hioward, est...
97 'e1/ oft' se.of swi anld lhk 29, less
lts 24, 29, 39 and 40. ......... 35 3 14 T. J. Reese........
104 ':ne .... ................ .......... 3 3 15 U nkno n ..........
105 ,lots 7, 5, 11, 20, blk 3............. 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
106 lot 14, tlk 14....... ......... s51, 35 3 15
10`7 lot 1 to 10, blk 9..............s", 35 3 15 Unknown ...........
112' ,' lot 6 ilk 17..... .. ............ 35 3 15 Nettie Opdale ......
116 .- ; lots 16 and 21, blko2-2..... ..... 35 3 15 Unknown ... ....
118: Jots 2, 3, 4, 8,11, 16, 1/), 20, blk
'25 ............. ............. 4 3. 5 3 135 ,U known ........
119 :-' lots 5, i, 11, 13, 14, 15, bllk 26,. . a 35 3 IS Urknown .... ....
122 lots'9, 10, 15, 20, blk 13....... sw 3 3 15 Uniiknowi ..........
S123- 3 lot 2, blk 16................... sw 36 3 15 A. J. Rood.........
1' 4- lo9 3, blkl(i.................. sw4 36: 3 153 .. C'randall ......
I .'6 I t 16, blk 17.................sw. I 36, 3 15 Unkinown ..........
S1 7 s 1, 2,.3, 4, bik 18........... sw 36 3 15 Unknown ..........
'128 1- lts 2 and 4, to 8, blk 20......... wi 36 3 15 Unknown ......... .
1I9 'of lots l and 2, blk 3........- swi 36 3 15 iUnknown ....... ....
132 lot4, -blk 10................e. 36 3 15 1. P. Smithi........
133 'lots 1 to 14 arnd 17 and 18, billk 24 sei 36 3 15 Uk now it .........
135 ">-lots 19 and 20, blk 7...........net 1 4 15 Unknown ..........
$3i 'lots 10 and 11, blk 8............ne-i 1 4 15 'T. C. Hluige.
'138 hlo.ts 7 to 18, blk 11............net 1 4 15 UITkiiown. '.
137 lots 3,'6, 8 and 9, blk 10.........net 1 4 15 Unknown ..... ...
139 lots 14, 15 and 16, blk 15,...... ine 1 4 15 C. 11. Chrispen .....
14- lols I aaid 11, blk 17... ...... iiw 1 4 15 Uinknown ........
'lie saidl i ld h-.iiig asse-sed at tie dale ott Illth issualance f stih ceietiai' alts
in hlie names di .,ignated wi hI each certificate Unlc*s said ceriticates shall ao
rtdeomone accoidiu g to law, tax deed will is-ue thereof oin lie 6t day of De-
cen lier, A? 1,. 19i5. :
S"[L. B.] .. \\ itis; mty Official iQgnittrtip aud seal this the 26th daypt' (Octouler,
; -. 'A D.J905.- \\. . I)( y l 'V, ICl. rk (irlt "' t' "i
,. .. w %! . ,, . '. ,,,. I '. I


Pnsacla. St. Andrew & Gulf
S T E" A A S I IP M P A N Y ,


U n/ort innIrc.
How oftPei our niot innocent
spp,'-hes "gaug ngl,-y," leaving us with
no resource but that of making the
buit of a bad matter!
A certain Sctoch minister Is wont
to relate how, having been out all day
visiting, he called on an old dame
well known for her kindness and hos-
pitality.
After some conversation she began
getting out her best china and what-
ever doellhaci.4 were at hand to honor
her unexp.,.-te'.t guest. .A- he sat
watching the preivnititons his- eye sud-
denly fell ou four or fire cats devour-
ing -ome ecoll plurridge under the
table.
"lDear me. Miss Blaek," he observed.
"what a niinlnr of cats! Do they all
belong to you' e
"Na. nn, ir." twas thl. innocent re-
ply. "hut niouy a tiue I say that a'
the hungry btrutes in thbo l.arkh come
tae nie, seeklgIt nu metli o' unt-at."
T'hbn tce goil w'oian bethought her,
nnd li her ,mwbarrasswent nearly
dra.lppltd a tP'iii p


I
1'
l~ .'a~*.~,

a- *


LII \ .\' I-:.
To-alt N In.


T- AH P 0 L
SCHEDULE,


GIOI NG SOUTH.
Pen sacol1a..
1, A ii Ire;-
M~iii lxie.


GOING Nk)W"'ltf.
('arrablfie.
St. And-ew.
Nid iivii Ic.


IA P-1Rl IiV F.


VWednesday, :. ii a. m
Wednesday.li:,lt ia.. ta
'Thlir-iihay, ti:00 a. im,
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:00 a. m.
A1H HIV E.


Friday, 2:110 a.
Friday, 4:00 a.
FrIliav, 11::i3 p.


:P ASSSE]:TG-TBz-R -ATZ12
I-'.-t ,-,alt 1,, St .\ iiir ..ni and M illville, $5.00.
i" i-;i-.'.4.i to A inl:, chicola 'nd Carrabelle, $7 7.
S t. A rndrl \ anI.l 1llville to Apulachicola,. $3.00.
P, l-i-: ,,)lnl 'I M ,i -ilo, $2.50.
Th :t.Li\. V.0 r"I hi," 'l..lu IiIIs I n 1 bertlhs. W i. [B


A, RCFW.


..____ Captain

A -A- iSKs E


L e inral M e rc h an d i s e




oking(and ,I earg Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!


Pumps, Furniture, Etc,

UNDERTA K ERllS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Ete.

GIVE ME A CALL!


Tha T ra g Post!




[Successor to I. V. Brock.

headquarters for

Staple n l IIcy Groceries,

Ready- ade C khing, iats,. Shoes, Notions

L .ld hardware.

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

WE WANT YOUR CUSTOM. /


O MD PSON


I LaIER IN


tEitEHAL MEIJA ISE,

Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.


Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview Sr.
I pay (ash for Goods and must-d

a strictly-(Jash or Ready Pay,

Business.


Th'Isi. is illl 1ly 1.iParolls' 111alert si 8 IwLC11 PiS ~y ott-Il.,
C'onvinc1(e Yourself of this Trail.


Call aiif~-


., E. C }F4f fIN & Ct
RASH PROSPERITY
1) 'L IN 01 *Cannot

hi c 1 t 1 -re) THRVE

i SHOES, GROCER ES R IT!
Chal
H ar w ar


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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings,

MEN'S LADIES' AND BOY'S HATS. *".

Trunks and Valises., .


I---- -. -'I,--- .-:--_. I --.'- i

ERE IS MONEY IN ENTS FOR SPECIAL ATTEO
I. AGOEN TS FON All Goods i GV TO
G(TU iNtl' GI (' I STlENW. AMERI CAN EXCEPT il OrIrs '
P1of. Howard of the Missouri S ate Agricultural College sas: "1 aid- iSC- & Wir G t
vibe American farmiex s to cultivate Gin .eIg. Big prnifits ate realizeil. It AN YTHING DELVEREIti SAMPLES
is hardy pLat and is easily grown." A bulletin issued by the Pennsyl-. e in lrn. P Glily Sent .
'ranisa State C ,llePg, iin part says: "T' he Isul.l IV of native Giseiig root is -
rap-idly dimiirishting, and the police per upouinl is correspondingly increasing. 7I P'I E S' Tn thT8 fu A1Ji u -
while the constant demand for the drug in China stands as a guarantee of a iT Mill JT C0 an a o-
a steady market for Ginseng :n the future." Consul Genoial Rub!eo of reech Load n W Are
Honig Kong says in the U. S. Consular Reports: "Th1 e sale of Ginseng root W0 1 fI I1E
grwiwn in America is very large here and the demand is so great that mnch Wols e
mnoe could be disposed of advantageously. The root is as.indispensable. o st OnlV $5.50 E MEN
the tour hundred million Chinese as-is their rice." $ 0 !-.C $ ,
4 Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat. and cot- 0-. 13R ACKIN & CO&
ton". '-The present market pose varies friotn $6,0(0 to $8 50 pe ln, ... .
while the cost of producing is less than $1.50. It is easy ta grow ;lnd re- For Fine Job WVork, THY TNE ,BUOY OFFICE.
qnlires very little ground. An acre of lniatutie- (]i 'iine I is w-o th $40 000.
There is room in one's garden to grow seveal lunld.e. idollnlaal Ioh'el0 ; a cli a -
year. The plant thrives throat ghout thlie niteal Ita'd ,,al Caaala in anv SAVE THIS A s aJ
soti or climate that will grow garden x-veg-tallle.. \We-(ell roots am seeds COUPON. -SPEI l L ICE IU OFFER COV U N
fur planting purposes and can aSlow- yin holtw o ki ikiake ionv growii g (J- i COUPON
seng- There are two planting seasons, spring aanl fall \VWi'h each(, orI.ir l. l4-i't. SOLf Cl QOL '''T
we-give you fll instructions how to plant and carit for thIe gaitoni. NYou
cai "get a good start in the business for a stnill 'nitlav allnl sau live -, iiicg -. .
incontme. Send a two cent stained t today h(o litrttuie talhi i.,' all alatit this "
wonderful industry. "----.- -- a --'
OVo fiv e of these -couipoas and 'ixty vcelt.is oat or broiuht ta the Bnuoy
S::T : CIN -E C C 2ID S T ofese wc ,ill ,-,isi YOU a abea.ut. ,l nis.',d 14-kt. So01( ,Gold1 V,,i -
GROWERS AND EXPORTERS, e| nlV'e iscom ete box and|
AL ROWER AD EXPORTERS, I t'leratvd is fuill'airy n,,an!y r' then" "lufacturers and can be returned to
ZANESVILLE, -OH!O l|. tb anYop1;cidr-
^^^.-,.^^s^^& V. or^^t.- %S


JOHN Ru


\ '"


*


nilumo uiit


_ __ _~ __ __ ~ ~~_ ~____ ~_ ~__ _ _~ _____~~~~_ _~~~~~ _~ ~ ~ ~ _~~ ___ ~ ~~ __ ~ ~ ~ _~ ~ ~~ ___ ____ __ _


STEAMiER


I I I


I :


















Thursday, NovT. 3 1905.


ST. ANDRE W

-PR ICES CURRENT
GROGERilFS.s
'usgar, l b Tea, "1 lb
Granulated He No....... 55
C..a-..c i,\ .... 5,!' Gunpowder.. 40
t In'own. .... 5 Uncol'l Jap.40-60
oiWe ee, Coud milk, 1' can
tGreen.... 12.1'20 Unsweetn'a. 10
ArObuctle,b '12-15 Sweetened. .... 10
e ai r snaps 31b 25 Baking powder
racersr, sods. 10 Royal ..... .. 50
Cobaee),plug 20a60 OCampbell.. ... 10
aisins Canned fruit
Lounidon lyersS-.-15 Peaches .... 1 OaO
V.1lu cia .... .. 8 Tomatoes..... Sal8 2
ic ..... 6j Apples.... .... 10
i)pples Pears ......... 15
ivaporated... Plams ......... 10
Dried Peaches 6 Apricot....... 10-20
0od o 'al.... 20 tr.20rries..
a~ i e n : ,, i'licapple ,..10--20
) in UAned Meats
75. toast IBeef... .'12
b )..i 1 Cipped aIef. 12-'

du ter )2-3,5 L.ul,.ter .... 1 -'
S Olen,'erie.. 18 Salmon . 0@. 15
rd . ... 7-0 Cianl ed Vegetalbles
Beans ........... 5 Baked Benns... 10
ocoi t'pU g... 10 Coru .......10@ 15
J olly, a l r Peas... ....... 10
hime J tice ..... 0 l pki n ...... '
Fggs per do?.' 20
iQROV ISlONS. I
Pork
Stiarof S'th, 23E D. S. pr lb.. .11
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.... 12
Corn Meal pr bui0)60 Fresh ....... a10
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bac'n 16-22
Corn perbu .. 5a0c flami cnv's'd 15-201
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish ....... 1 40 Beef
Karlv R'se seed 1.60 Corned ......
Sweet .... 60(@75 Fresh. .. ...S 10
4A lt, pr sack.. .00 Dried ......... 25
Tal e ........ 5 Milk prqt ...... 10
II A KDWPARE.
Nails, ner 1b4 1a54 Ax,with handle.. 75
Galv wire do.Ga(ii Hoes, each. ... 35a50
Malniii aope.. 9a .2Copper paint, can 50
t",ves cook,..+ -.IA LiAnseed oil,ga55QlOb0
Pipe, per joint 18
D)ILY GOODS,
'rints, per' yd.. 5a8 Checks ..... 5a .
Iheetinlg .... 5a9 Flannel. ...... 5a40
Muslin .. -A. Jail Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. ...... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$ 75
E Exttrapantspat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
H y pr ewt..75al."5 Oats pr hu ....... 60
Hran ........... 1.25 Brick pr M .. 1. 4,00
Slope< isal ..... 7@9 Litte pr "ll ...... 75
SIFRUI'T ind NUTS.
I aniigc pr do.. 45 Pecians r II., ... I
S' Apple. ........ 15 Walnuts. ....... 20
1 .e uii ......... .. 0 Alino n li ........ 15
oy ST ERS
i shell prl,000I 1.50 Opened pr

III r ZSTIOCK.
ii i3set- 31)"I50Couws ....
LIII I v s 75 111tlo s . .


1) xell r 0 e $5 S eep

.0 IN


I 'i t- ........
p r aiil i i i' i
3 I tuioimit .


-ll uri, itg .. 1
ace I
Mntp ..-
I)op sidingg
Heart lace 'liit
S Sait 1 I
But luniler..
4 .at shitgles,


3 t


. 95c y1,1\v{ pr l'lt, 5 5)
I' TOl . - 5

IUM 11KI..
Oeilin g.
4.0)0 leart "i R.t ..l-t.0
I2.0)0 'ace . 12.001
ClIpb a ids,
lI .UiO i, x il l. 'iiii . .61i u -.li(
0.00 i tinishinig linl-
(( 12 lher,d. 1 2tl I N,.0)
l.3. l iti 'P i .... % 11
1.5(1 Ilao t Ia tiln er,
d : ed .. .$20


Bew-rfe ot Ointiments for Ca-
tarrh that Contlaini Mercuryi
as meacury will surcly detioy the sense
of aiell ant, completely derange the whole
system when ent ring it through the muu-
cou s surfaces. Suchl articles should
never be used except upon prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
theydois ten fold t, thie g-od you can
possibly derive from themn.i HHill's Ca-
ftar-rh Oure, tnlanul':lcturA i by F. J. Cheney
& Co., T'oe tI. (., 'i talins no mierciry'
and is taken internally, acting directly
up i the blood and nmucous surfaces of'
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
%tCure lie sure you get the ge nuitme. It is
taken internally. and made in Toledo.
Ohio, liv F. J. Cheney & Co. Testin.oni-
als free a ; .
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c. per bottle
S Take Hall's.Familv Pilli for constipa-


TRUE WAY, TO MAKE TEA.
-, .teence 'Ie hic Include. Many- ry i-
leries In the Brevw.
Luwuh, a poet, saw in the tea serv-
eI e the same harmony and order which
reigned through all things. In his ccl-
ebrated work, the "'Ci:-kit-g" ("The
Holy 8- rl;iture of Tea"), he fornmaate l
the code of tea. He lhs sine- been
worshiped as the tutelary god of the
Chinese tea merchants.
In the tlftll chapter Luwubh de?.--riL, -
the method of making tea. He dwells
on the much discussed question of the
choice of water and the degree of boil-
Ing "if. According to him, the moun-
tainhr spring is the best; ih,:. river water
and the s'nrig water cone next in
;.he order of excolletnce. There n are
three stazie, of .n...linng. The I.:-i. boll
SIs when llhe lilt;e ; io' .-. like the eyev
offishes swim on the surface. The
-secon- boil Is when the bubbles areo
I ;l- crystal beads rolling in a fount",*n.
The third boil Is when the billows
*surge wildly in the kettle. The cake
tea Is roasted t_.'fore the fire until it
becomes saft' lil: a baby's -arm aud
l4. slinr dd',! into powder between
pleccs of Pine paper. Salt Is 'put In
the first boil, the tea In the sT'ou.J. At
the third boll a dipperful of Qi ,!water
Is poured into the kettle to FBtl.!, I te
tel. and revive the "youth n'r ti. wa-
ter." Then thle beverage wa- ponro'd
rito cups rind drink. Oh. nect:ir! Thle
rAlmy leaflet hung like scaly clouIds irn
a serene sky o- lioated like water !il ..t
on emeriltd scmbs.-Intertational Quar-


TT 0ti i ,.. ; ,
The aL;;t t !:1 l L
full of "paintable" places and friendly
people was mnt' ih ;'ti 'ted 1y oue o
1 the younLg wv' -oi f the village, v.'ito:.
met. at a so-'.h i gihe rng. It(
S ;ked afid was accorded permission t,
S .,ecort her home from a little party out
I evening, and, as the evening was mile
and the moon was shining, they lin
gered at her gate for a few minutes
conversation. Suddenly the stillness
was broken by a hoarse shout whictl
came from an open window of the
lit0C l'-oulse:
"Cast off that painter! Cast off that
painter '
The artist started as if he had been
shot, but the young woman gave him
a reassuring smile and a becoming
blush.
S"It's- it's just father dreaming," she
said soft:y. "ife's a retired sea cap-
tain llnd often talk.In lu his slIep."

Man's Unreasonableness
is often as great as woman'i. But Thoe
S. Austin-, Mgr. of the 0epullc-i,, o
Leavenwot th, Ind., was not unreasona-
ble, when he refused to allow the doec
tors to operate on his wife foi female
trouble. "Instead," hesavs, "we con-
cluded to try Electric Bitters. My wife
was then so sick she could hardly le,-ve
her bed, and five [5] physicians had fail
ed to'relieve her. A (Ler taking Electric
Bitte4ys h ,has p"i f,',.-"etiwda, -nld
ca.I no, lperlorm all her household du-
ties." guaranteed by A. H. Brake.
price H0c.
The GlIoaming.
The "g'i-ninn;" la by origin akin to
gli' .i. The root idea is to look covert-
ly from beneath the brows not with
full ope)n (ces, anld eo tb1e .lu.i.L 1 3 i
that time of below the horizon, shine's obscurely un-
Ser l.; advan;cig s-t:.les of night, as
eyes xuay gloam dinly from lhweriang
brow:-.
B yrCn, the poet, wrote, "As , ing, the S Nottih word for twloigit., Ih-;i
been reo'ron i.L',n d b1)y 1i; t.iy l;::'i'to;i.
L-T7; anid tp.ar-lt:cnl:.rly by D Moeo -'in
his letters t( EiDuias, I h1ave vn.m .,t to
U ; ;" (.i n 1 C;iCt< iito its h.0!'lns' '
Th e .., stakr 1.; cfai!" ti' m') l
hl'g" sr:ur iPt 8coi;:',t, a ,ti i In 'wi all's
"The snow hindl l-u n In thi" gloani-
h;i' Vi ilo:;g'3 '' Twv'ist the .
itie ;: J -
and the nirk,, -' "-i th : in.e .--,
haome," arc fi;t;ia, inuaL:uice4 0e- iis
use.

Initerestin. .
Eh,"-1 don't see why it Is eon-dd,$'r-
ed necessary for a man to be wk-ke!
to be interestirpI. Now, Charles isn't
wicked, and he's interesting. Kath-l
eryu-Te's interestingl as a curiosity,
Eihol, not as a man.-Cincinnati En-
quirer.
'The Exact Tlhing Reqnire. for Con-
stipation.
"As a cet lain purgative and stomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets seem to bce lie exact thing
required, strong tt enough for thle most ro-
liust, yet, mild enough and sate lor chil-
,-re li ati d without tlhit terrible gripitig so
col'tniiti t, m ost p ritlives,' says R. Sd
\'ei.loi t& (Co., Udora, Oiitaiiri Ca pda.
l 1'i sale Ily 1,. M. \Vt', St. A iidrew and
. ai I a 1 mii a ll meiiciue oeslcris.
Sice Shop, In Japlan.
Like ail other shops in Japan, a shoe
shop opens a broad side to the street.
It seoois a misnomer to call it shoe
shop, a place where you can only buy
seiinnis or clogs, things we are not ac-
customed to call shoes. They are foot-
gear allyw\ iy.
There is low platform in front, upon
which the customer sits and drinks tena
while mattn,;- his or her purchases, the
ait.opki-eel'er fteanwhile squatting on
his heels and discussing the news of
the d,,y.
The sandals worn by the rickshaw
coolies are called warafi. They are
woven of rice straw and are sold for
half a cent a pair. They aire made in
the country villages, and the foreigner
walrh'es the weavi;ng with amused in.
test,
The prehensile big toe of a Japanese
is of g:eat assistnnce, as it is used for
catching and holding the straws, leav-
ing the hands free to weave.

BEST FOR THE

BOWELS


If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
bowels open, andbe well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take
I CANDY
CATHARTIC -


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



W. H1PARKER,


Real Estate Agelnt,

PARKNR, FLA.,

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

LAMBERT M. WARE.
LAMBERT M, WARE, TJR

L M, WARE& SON,.
Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid awl Reutns Colleited
for Non-Re idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.


3ame'p (Qinn a n)tf"1 actor of,(Thr Unite(] biaes Smnator S.,Ri. .Mab

oftIMn1dLaiin n )uetdeicrcw. I; .ae m o e, and was101y v isitedl St. Anti tew (for 4onme tdA ii
we t ihe (11 11- ng the t~*~pasL Woeek, ithe object of 10
1V9j'~ VWW "rl hi Was 00:09 Vj,.ql-as he assail ei the bnoy, behinR1
Sylvia, his Id u'-'tyr.in "The Pfee-L~:uito ~aCquaiL it tatulecli with the Wants
l11g Officer," InSteaid of asking, her, riepoloft B
"S7 a.-Ivia n -- old 'a cvre -,-, ';11 ?:col n v-'r A dibso le po l f A
MnOtr o' "bP S'nOL.M .'Tcoun try in i ,-.sjc t tothe improve~- i
Sylvia higieand bPIn~g ort of ipnr MnO h qqs 4 DF
cue-, could only, stnuiier, "What, sir,?" ei o ~ s oSt nrw
"Pshaw," cried the nmore confused Rmy. lie salys thlef will be nuItlivier
C~,ifn, "I VL'en, how Wd were y rid Itdtabr bil h I- A-ttdiced at .thin.~
w~sl~~~' seS"4o of clngkress, Altt he -hopesan
The we> of I) kyT-' V' :'
returre'd fromat I-pt mn. 'ylrK P, I r WOO "]f~ihtt 4f P)OI p"iil ~I inwl I
ri'ii'et ',, e hnd Pc r~ow n



-ir) lodt. ti'- on :.4.1.11' 111 New v Orleitt NIt bIth
MeP M I ior vo b uI Nwt lit [Bay intitil 4 elr, iamiFridav


Let nn1 Mn~n00; Jsh. nfi n..i *t~I' 'n iin

An O oOn-t, t~ i ,-' a Ieialty 'sior Jlo Wa nin jro


"It ('Ow5-t1' tervrr- y

it oh.o"
aver t r:' -tle~t aj~il i."- (...3 ul~h


Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, I idneys
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, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, I
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
-and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar ,o themselves. 500
and $1.oo per bottle at
ALL -DRUG STORES
"One- Dose Convinces."



Mishllop NVi,!':o of Caicnt 1:. 'who.
rt',(t(.t,. "',"> often quoted, h-d i ':--*
"h l)py t'.:icult-y of saying, tile rI,."',t t.litm
at :ii! lImc's.
On '. o, ':'<.d':on t".'," ." o. W11D'' >
a',vix fa hl'c.; W'.'e' 1'' '*'i-o i fto'- tOn:i'i
i n-,;' Cl ociiar v.wVs :Rn Bb"caitl
:,;t 'et:;.s c (.Ai!'o to see the lis'-h )p.
"Ah." 'ahid hle s lie gir-eted one,
"yor fatnther wrote a great work on
the Apo;)(:nlypF'. I congratulate you
on beoir tile drighter of such a man."
Then, turning to his other guest, he
said: "And your father forbore to
write about the Apocalypse-a wise
forbearance. You are to be congrat-
ulated on having so wise a father."

A Funny Will.
Comforting Friend-IIas your hus-
band made his will? Prospective Wid-
ow-Yes, the wretch. lie's left every'
thing to the doctor if he c'res 'Ima, an'
not a blessed farthiun' to his widder
uu' orphans.

Use Allen's Foot Ease.
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
damp, and gret tired easily. If you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking'easy. c(ures swollen, sweating
feet, blisters a-d callous spots. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pain. Try it to-
day. Sold by all druggists and shoo,
stores. Don't accept any substitute.
Trial package FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmsted. LeRoy. IN V.


LARGESTAtOMOSICOMPLETES.VrAj


while t',at g,'nthi Itii lin m etIN :I tax
eullectol \\il i lie Inaid OI c'outitv
. miilni.ts i..inerr . *jl -

, n So jo.liisning
hiere fair e fra! weekksi, leftN Monay, Oil
the Tarpon, li' Moile. .
Rev. J. M.I.Coiiiay returned last
Friday night, from a two weeks' so-
jolin at DePuFnia l priltng in his
niinisterial Zapacity. .-

A. (Clevee,, Rsinue.
When l "i. iv wi,,\\ s.'lord chancellor
of t.-' ;:, he v' n- ui- at ont withl
the b)i.-hI);) of ,Londoo. The latLer w;l,
Si.:tcd one' C. by L a clergymaiin vh;o
ouliit .iipo:tment to a fat living theII
v:, ::rti. :e vw.anl.d a. letter of rec-m
t.: 1 :1 ;. to) Lord Thuri'ow, but tih-
I sroi, .s; d sncl na letter w i, i; i -ie ti
. 1.. .... ...... ,,+ -- -."


r!N


ER&


r- te. ... : .. . i '- FL" A .
fake c.lid easily? hr Ai.i ti ,.
tender? Lungs weak? Any I i l
relatives have consumption? I1 i i U
Then a cough means a great

Sh err ry ods, groceries, Provisions,
heo ra O BDat Stores, Hay, Grain andIFeet Stuffs.,
ec toral e carry at all times a Well Sel deal to you. Follow your t he1 t. A u,, n'. \ s a y ,t '
doctor's advice and takc -- -. . ,


Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It
heals, strengthens, prevents. 5
"For 40 years I have depended o' .v ,,.,' fo
Cherry !'e'tn ittl for cotIghs a n t ,
lnow IL greatly strengtheins we:t lin.." ';
M iS. P A.. uoIIIn o:: <,.lilir., '1; !. &"
25e.,50C...O O. .; L. I .
All druggias. fr I . i ,


Weak Lungsj
Snea.IKs~Wes.^- 5" sa


Ayer's.Pills increase tho activity of
tho liver, and thus aid recovery.
The Tower of Pisa.
The famous leaning tower of Pisa 4I
ja .'linpanile.or btyll toer. Tiq b1lhil-,
'ing. which is cylindricar In f6rm, Is
197 feet high and fifty feet In diameter,
made entirely of white marble. It is
called the leaning tower from the fact
that It inclines some thirty feet from
the perpendicular, and it is not general-
ly known tL-at this inclination, which
gives the tower such a remarkable ap-
pearance was not intentional. .At the
time it was about half done the error
in measurement was perceived. It was
guarded against by the use of extra
braces in the further construction of
the building and an adaptation of the

stone in the highest portion. There
'tre seven bells on the top of the tower,
the largest of which weighs 2,000
pounds, and these are so placed as to
counteract as far as possible the lean.
tng of the tower itself.


u.C t )it'o t!:nil'ti (h :li e ~.v t t'-'( as -- -- -
-'- i.V'n %*-. t ; An Elitqtit" Stitfenment,.
li si'. o n i-. 'e. as u n 'rhe new reporter in his story of the
r-it, the bwLirIi> o4LoutOl. }tI :;'iio wedding, says the lailtim,1re Ameri.
(.i P yit y ,.i vfI won't get tl!" li'i.".- calln, wrote. "The floral display stretch-
"4uv t'i, biu';,tl.;',,.Ivyh lo)d." v'.';; ir ed from the chancel rail to the doors of
.U 01 Irpl;,p. ', t 'bih)p sv so the church."
t.o-reOd Th'l'h. "'Tiien HI pvov ia hin The city editor in a mild manner, a$
a li-ir, fur yon alh'lle Iiv he giving." s the custom of city editors with new
At!;, l', tm-i t ;.o. 'ts(: s I .wo 1,i. repo ters, said:
-.\ wouldn'tt you have used a better
'he a T',':! ,:l w,''ly.. word than 'stretched?' Say the floral
I i y fo display 'nodded' or 'twined' or some-
of Uln'I'-' .'-,li-lttIs 1i (-icrL;::i-n'. it .i thing like that-some word more sug-
of-d, f n(se Pisit in 1-..gestive of flowers."
n a n Stretched' is all right in this case,"
v' n,' ) "w, own e iuntrv: in Il-rh
S1 i r e'a, ton of" S.vt- replied the new reporter, with the
1nd iit i '-to (; in tS ton stubbornn courage of a realist. "The
or ,,: jt-i om od e decorations consisted of six rubber
rl rs, a in i. plants, and they had to stretch to cover
v:; ,ivs ti.' thle ps ..rpo the distance."
!i: L 1 in "i'~, i !. :,, i 1 1,, is e mn i--ved. ,
S ';<'-i s .'"'"i,-1 ,s crow f" A Disastrous Caluamity.
,(,!'r 1 .,'-,rs t...kcs. the .place of4 t'he It is a disastrous calamity whea-vou
-.. lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away.
The Seqrnei. iPrompt'elief *an be had in Dr. King's
"WVIhlen I saw hbr las she seemed to Nw LfPl. Th iTd uipyour di-
mhave f,- -r-t -I.ttw-N Pw. Th pyour
t. it That was sOme time fgestive organs and cure headache, liz-
ago. She's suing Lim now for breach of ziness, constipation, rtc. Guaranteed at
promise, e." *, r l A. H. Brake's score; 25c.
'Trying to,0 I.t daliogel fur the fall,
e-LEGAL NOTICES,

To make knowledge valunlte you Notice of Applicatio for ax
inmut have tthecheo'rfulne iel' v.'-dom. Dr ax
-Emerson. I I Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4;88, Laws of
When you Have a Bad Coli Florida.
You want a remedy thatrill not onlv Notice is herel)by giver, that C. C. Liddon
e q c r b -a & Cu., purchasers of Tl;x (ertificate No.
give quick relief but effect .a permanent 10, dated the 6th day of July, A. 1. 1903,
cure. has filed said certlficat, itu Iy office, and
You want a remedy thatfill relieve the lias made application for tax deed to issue
and keep expectorate easy inl accordance with law. Said certificate
ungs embraces the following described proper-
You want a remedy that will counter- y. situated in Washington county Fiori-
at.t anty tendency toward pneumonia. da, to-wit: line. of ne- I of section 17, tp.
Y.-u waut a remedy that is pleasant 4n, r. 12w. The said land being assessed
and safe to take. at tile date of the issuance (i f such certiti-
-- ttate>e it the natie of Ulknown U unless
Chamberlain's Cough leT.edy meets all sad certificatbeshall be redeemed aecord-
cf these requiremrentisand for the speedy ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon ont
and permanent cure of had 'Volds.stands the 251It day of November, A. D. 1905.
without a peer. For sale bv.L. M, Ware. [. it tes t ly official f itatuie and s ea
't. Andrew and Bahead ,anid all medi- 1905. W. C. LOCKEY,
cine dealers. lerk Circult Court,
< Washington Count-y. Flirida
Asn'ured ot ft. $t.
Dentist (who has pu'll.d the wrrong Notice of Application for Tax
tooh)--I se",how I made'the mistake. Deed
I counted the mo'lars from the back in- Uder Section 8 of Chaptor 4888. Laws of
stead of the.front. You don't seem to Florida.
have cut your wisdom teeth yet, young Notice is hereby' given that C, W. Cox,
man. Groaning Patient--That's evi- pturchaser of Tax Certificat* .No. 88,
dent from the choice I made of a den- dated thle 6th day of July, A, D. 1.03, has
tist!-Chicago Tribune. filed said certificate in my office, and ihas
...-. .-.. .. -. .. i m ade application for tax deed to issue
PARKE.R'S in accordance with law. Said certificate
HAIR BALSAM embraces the following described proper-
Pronotes a luxnittat growth. ty situated in Washington county, Flori-
Never eAlt to Restore oray da, ti-wit: The ni of the se+ of the 4s
-~- Hair to ijLa YcthfulC olor.
a res ,nip a.,ss &hair calling, of'sec. 13, ip. 2s, r 1 w. The said land
.. .-'....... t being assessed at th'e date of the issuance
S..f .. .. of such certificate in the naute of Un-
---- known. Unless said certificate shall ibe
I.fA T YnMs -LT I0-J emed accoiaiing to law. tax deed will
.l .---' malinl Ijissli & thereon otl tho-35th day 6f Novet-
A A Wituesqn. my official -ignature and : ]l
"[L L S.1 this the 19ht day of October,
A.. 1905.
W.. C(. LOCKED,
Clerk Circeit ttourt,


laukcaoooe'ArTHE BEST!:-^. i ~ Il t ag~t ei
,0OURZ PICE THE- LOWES'V
~ - ~)1,4 toI 't'tilifl ilt




2leasd000 0 WE I~FULL QUART OF'' t.I '0 etan
-lese ca' af 1 'i 7-oa. CrI
Cuslorers i ~ ~ ~


N. he'ii eani ng ofweo'd.% nd twtll do as we say. WeN
I;-tn .-- i,0% Ltv .-picd % h~ui-eY Houseaand the !r i trai
iu it W "'p i heS,)t.Atte ~ '-t'II tebV0l trn ..e i 1 rwood-there's no bad. 1 ,t-A I. 0 g to '1 of l-,
Fi, ise whisrtirno e y d d for' iaIp' t
uL Cusp all's 1 ar Wld" [a~~~~-' I '" t
gf ) !iE1I~,,-a ho etpeople mu the tiro~ii~u t ,5 .'''
unsl tycrope ritrjttut rs..n .~
Yirt-atgw iskey isold at A5.041 .,'ej 'N'
Iii R O DIrtrt n"Crasper'sr 11 Ytar i 1*It ~--t ot. '~l~t '- Il i
o w ;t i-he.We iua en acapirtaltor. -.' o. ~
Pls Nai lBtn d the I I. -it,-Yt a' dit I.,: '
I.- I YI t, .ikil ely uo i t vo d good. f., ti.)Ir ...t. -l I*
WJ MIX$ li~ .j;-I...' "-entr fferifour FUJI n QnMtrtg r o '"CA.-pIr% I I Mad(I rZe a d Abmet11


0Bhj~,~~.~iI..?Y~ i .'.n -;ilri re h wvuantiPt n rInarOtonrurc,l Qterit m',frt 'I ,ni'a Ic ." r '

M~~rE b~~ IiONE~orwi: I fT'I CA SPER C Q. (Ei(tir Ivtvrofric.) r 4, 4I' t'tlt~. "i a t.
f 1m~, (d "ot l ho m zusev.'i 1-kf,
NomCROI' POLi~ si'u!i~ .-i I tingivensoui


..OUtN IY PH-'iU).ULCE BOU[GH1 AN D SOLD.
F 1SH AND OYSTER DEPOT IN CONNECTION ,
We will Not Be Undersold!





81 II BC I'B1 S': i B
GERMAN AMERLUiAN LUMBER.. V



*M*-rof,,.rs -of
RoI, llilleMall







Yellow P111 Llmber.
ALSO

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.




Tlio Allazitll LL er UCompiiy, .



GENERAL MERCHANT ,

AT ALLANTON ON EAST BAY,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR

RI 0 I (H 0 R 1RESSED) U MBER,

Whether Large #"r Small. Write for Prices.
. . . _ . . . . I I I I I I


Pu EE- DRUG STORE.


CM=-
1=00-


/ --
I ,"- -


I ~'
t -
U ~.


'-' i. .-'
I'

4 '1'' -~
a
-'- A *t
t"~ '..1~'
N'
~ ~ .

''/


;* -

-I



COMMERCE AVE. EAST OF BCK SST. ST ANDREW FLA.


Drls, Tcgiaes, FnCy TorletArlicles


I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
DRJ. J KESTER, M, D. Druapwist.


TIME TABLE


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R R


No 4
12:35 n'i
2:22 p. In
4:22


No. 2
11:05 Ip.m..
(i:15 a.mlt.
11 :" "'*-'
2:30 "
7:20 1)
7:20 p.m1


No. 2;
Daily.
1 l1:'5p.m .
12:15 u't
12:20
12:23 "
12:35
12:39 '
12'50 "'
12:58
1:30 a. mI
I'55
2:20
2:33 '
3:23
4 -1 8 "
4:4.C
5:08 "
5:08
5:33 '"
(6:00 '
":00
7:40 '
,:50
7:)8
8:15 i:.


In Effect April 14, 1901
NE W ORLEANS AND MOB11 I,;.
No, 2 N. No. 1
11:05 pi) Leace Pensacola, Arr ve 5:00)( a. i. 4:00 p.mn
1:02 a.m. Flomnaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 2:'0 '
2: Mobile, 12:130 n'n 1:25 '
7:30 New Orleans. 8:0( p.m. 9:30 a in,
N'NT1.


PTlisaoola A
Montg-onmedy L
Birminghiam
tLouisville
(Ceincinat'
St. Loui ti
AND IlV EI .1JU


Pensacola.,
Boheim ia.
Ynibtra.
Escambia.
il1 t at

..Galt'City
Mi liol
Good [{n It

.Cretview
Doer, laid
Mossy Head
eI) tin iak ,ii;U,2
Ponice'e' (i e I x''in
<- Ill" t

Grni-d iIt


Girami Irili
S ead-
R iver1.] I'I II io i it


', No
arrive+ 4:00
leave J11:15
" 8:33
': b:15
'" 6:00
4:1e
Nu l ION
No. 2
LDail v
Ar 10:50 p
10;J:37
10:34


10:10


):20
i:1 3

8:40


S:lS
7:-i-i
-. .'inr)
7:12
0::-

Ii oh

.171


No. 4
12:3:15 p. m. Leave
6:30 Arrivoe
9:12 ".
S:50 a.mn
S1:59 "
1:30 p.m.
I'EN SACOLA
No. 3,.
Daily Iy.
7:00 a in. ,Lv
7:13
7:16 "
7:iS "
7:25 "
7:28 "
7:35 '"
7:39 "
S:15 "
8:30 "
8:,8
9:10
I9:35
9:44
9::,7 '"
10:10
l.:15 ""
10:47 "
11:07
11:25
11:45
11.42 "
12:021'a
12:15 '' Ar


Woman's Logio.
"Yes, my father made me give him
up. Hle isn't any good at all."
"Is that so. dear?"
"Yes., indeed. Why. even the neigh-
bors said he was ,i .,trhl.-'s. lie dlasl-
p' i" and is horrid."
. "You don't say'r"
"In fact, I hate him."
"(6,* ...iu- But have you heard that
hoe Is to be married to Belle?"
., -'? That Delly? Why, what on
''mrI d,tL.j nte. .yi:a man. l...i him


--
''** '


.1 No. 3
p.mi. 5:00 a.m.
a.m. 9:35 p.m.
4:05 *
p.m. 2:45 aan
" l;:15 t.m.
" 8:55 "


. m.
" *
4 i







'
- ll.


ti







i
t i


No. 22
Daily.
6:30 p. in
6:06i "
6:01 "
:5:45 '"
.4 "


5:11 '

J,:001 "
3:34 "
2:13 '
2:31 ,t
12:14
I :49
I :0'4
12:14 '.
11:!5 a in
11>:22
l:5e *"


.01 um t:2 a. n


varftNvith 1(1aglasfle7Im


01 m re YMI~
fX -''C' ngfther, an4



Ai,t r-i' T'T~ i :1-rr!,-l"1 ba afor-
r'~t-r1aii~ ~c ia .;!:(Y t y hr bus.


i VEGETABLE SICILIAN

ALU SHair Renewer
Always restores color to gray hair, all the da.rk, rich color it used
to have. The hair stops falling, grows long and heavy, and all
dandruff disappears. An elegant d-ressin. .,- ,' .',,-y U-


__^_~~____~_~~____ ___~


-------


~---- --- I C-l -I.MIIW7


/fr


-...





- --


(rcateM ~ ~ t Al(.'Jrno-.lii 0141ue lu~n-

n silanli but ufat .ii,-i comfortable
rdia'ickl hwir. 'atliei4Ylives anu

to 11's*,:-,Ii' n tt, iou tle
of 'tin' jf 1~,f.u'' .
~~tlir~1t''O 1'.n Wl i'i' 1. plr, t'ie
- ii.. L fill' I'; A I !w i n' s t rl*i IK O e$
.4, iIle~ oftc;p 'i i'! W-d oi 't jl!,otes
sioo rt'otlt',t for 1.. lie if of'~ ne 1

'"A mcnttdi#:tut 'vhro has not Ilori l
04~ trick'S Of 1100t' SI d 4 I) "';i TI tilt
,7 'I-."' tiel11 .1 i -Itw 111) ri'or'e *'ba ''
r1 m1Jr 112p" Fw ~ ~" 11sin hir ba i a w il.
who,) b:an rioi1,~ :1; ic,'1 to bONx lie 11111,41
g4t an o tthit 1'"i ;I WMa V 4via si!1:111


chiftIiie .)f i' r w, n of' the right age..
Islmippl-t ul-111
""J',l( tfiat'n 01,1 't~i a, n 41all jlIo of my

lic h lit* t- bt' ig Intur'i in ioI'd r
s', "v ll a all n 'n0 p' ill fu milt
lites. 011l5 pat tiw who (-u"w fti tht
tririsuia t 1;1e a ro;.hr to 4: I ibil
~ ~ ~ ~ silfa egi





NOTIICE' 11oR iLULICA110.N.'
)FTARTMEN<'r oi. 'rm,. IN'TERIOR,
Lanid itti'*,. at G':I aiii ez ilic,' Fla.

Nuie~ lier','i'v giten ifiat, the follow~-
tig"-Iiaule(i 'weilii Ir R filled uauti''e of lti.

-1171110't of hIlk chliii', and, that said vloot
Viill ibu Ilade befoethe c lerk of fihe (jui-
ruit court i, ati'e Invlll -., oil Nov.2.
JIM~ Mc', dKNZ F of, Elcoltinti, 11I".
liii. 343111 for I le nuef of' sec. -2,1 tp. I s
jr. I w.
He. naiauu the fow,i'' hi_'- wittneb-cs to
prove his coral imius re-sidence-uponi
atid cultivation of 6aidl laud, viz:
A. M. Buic) of Vpirroii, Via., David

Pittur oft Eco~itjimi, Fhi.
WV, G, LI'OrnNaUN, '' I
VWIEiXlitor's fee, iiaidl.
N#'YIICEFU Pt'BI1ICAGATMN.
L I t d 0 nrt, a t.( i I I (, l, %. i 10 1.
Sepd('I t. 30,i, eJ0. li, ia
!Noticec iii licrelh gix'~il thatI 111c follow-
hi'g nairied .slA04 ,r JlS tiled notice of' Iii
jiiteutionltn rak.' fnt~ied pout ini support
of' hi4 '[aurn, awl thait itd pruoot' will be
Imade be fort Il thie lrt, o,1 filet circit, rkiur(
at*Vernonii Fia.. oil Nov. j', 9 /'i it:
HEN BlY F. SC' k LOCK fioi~i~"t
11 d 2qt)8-2 for lie owa,I 1 st~ o :1.1, ip. 2)3
lie Uaihes tie' followting %% ittlin Osr' It
p 'srove Iii.i confioiiii s leit t l''t ipoil andi
.E'. Youugbloof ad :t 'il J' 8.'lo. ,ao
-F -~as, "l'Ia s ).C llp ii-
_* I7 Ib." to.', uIcg



~ KILLW COUH
"6N CRICRF T Hr L.UNCS8

'WITH Bra K Ing


ew, DicoeY
j~ON$IJMPTION Prices
FO OUlGHS and 50c& $1.00
CJOLDS Free Trial.
3 -e for- al
Surest and Q~nickeat C.ur foj l
THROAT and LUN~G TROUjB-
IONS, orl'IOMEY :p A 0 -.


TRADE IV1RK~S
COPRIGHi. -TS &Ct.
Autymne 2cmendtag a %SIWIi~ And' r'k'Ou Iption m,*j
I1"htIcky twqciotalii ear otrunifree~ N'ttt eti' 'an
iliveat ion ii' mr tltb'v u"'t i- tfale. ",)nmNi '-
tlotttCt'ttt~eoi1- Eltai. Etmidiy' 'oi antr,
iseiru free. Oldest "i.''u o. c(h fo tr t gc mg puteilt
l'atplrtt takiL'ntr 'I j Mum t4ir~ & ( '.
sproItjl 11t it I' Wutltctit ( I. !,: in tho

Scientific ulmericau.
A bimu'i'toitt~lv iliti,tr.'nt',ri meel~tv, t rut.-I Or
*''rlation' of il,u .. '''rr: Iiu .l. I.-u -il' ; ;II
rh '.'r ~"W I. f: t:o- y all riei'r'dealerev.
MUNN 9.f 8,,Ji- Now York
..rtu lcb O 41. S.. ~on F *hItal .C


Two Mall--Eadn $1


retmo'i-"d tli 1 1 siilde were about a
sc-re' of wafers of .'iferent sizes, shiny
,..i s'm "'I "l.,**' "* on one "ih.., and
redi, proituberant and nasty looking on
the other.
"TIhose." hie continued, "are beggars'
.or"u. it di'ee';t sound nice, but you
#I 1,'t want nimtness in this business
My < lifm-ts piurchs'e them from me,
r!.; lihemi in the exact spot on their
io-'-;s or faces :nid tind themti a good
ilt %vest iienit. vWiu-i the wafer is stuck
on,i. til s, iu ijDiiii' it rmust be careful-
ly ti-ratled wiiih red and white coloring

'T 'ri-ty -q,', iarts Utt) from the country
lw:. s '--" an the ve"''' e of starvation.
Tf it w'ri"'t fi'r me their fat faces
w"', ..i, 1, r ni. But, n a every stage
dl'. m u'c k' :n aiid -4 jii'-.mii'us u of shin1lows will
}: '* .. l;,I:.k" 2'2r ff'ts eu:teliate(1
'.g' ";,i. T'. -;'. r-;"'i.l(< n w a'shi, afnd
(1 Ir 'n.y for- holrnsoves. Othi rwise
'I ,. I pt't to fr'1sh expense ex'ery


S" \ r:- ,,', 01her tricks of ti," trade?
I shoi l t)hik so If you evr" see a
Oj, i,. -., i ....wea' ring a long coat,
tlt (,t ,.':, hi ':S o '1-1o'-k.' W ith a little
I ... '. ob.,, s, iirri'l l ils'd Im rin cart bend
u ih:' 1,; tIll it's i!most pirallel with
his ih;.'l 1,-ien. Ito' conme- to mIe for
oin mutiikin.il lhg, wi'hil'h hbe fixes to his
-n :-ipi. Thile long coat eL-abl,-i hln
tm 1a'-'" oJ.t"nTe ?'udI, 1V medal "onhis
chest, -a iwhine about Tel-el-Kebir 'or-
(Cbi.'so, an~d the trick's done. For
ion'y i!'L!irg' ino p)set can beat the
soldierr broke ill ou vr -.l "-
"llr f the blind and one legged beg-
g;. ''..n ;;-". as w lli as y4ouor I. I c'n
fit a ; liril id iian 'vitli vert'rythiilring fro; a
(l,<;' r (rmil + -,',,t sil' l o 1 m 1 a':iiiU I; ') k ill
rai'-itml up cl harnctors. DIogs, of couIrse,
cost i' niteiy, s l lihey lnhive to be special-
ly tr!lii(e I. A s a mile, tir s'".i,:,l'
'hlitn d sim lit.-'n't got a (Iog. It's not
neceusarr'y a1iri a great xpe'nie, where-
!is a 5'" il d)'14)d i-nn, if l- htlasun't got at
chIn l. u'.i;t 1have oni,'.
'.M;tiry shinrn cripples and 'blind'
a;i. are e:,-ryirti)jimls. A imain who's
ie 'l-ai-:p'li' and done a long term of
.p'ral and idoe,'u't like it fights shy of
co);iniill ig a srcon' crime. But The
say:: lh caii't gA't worlil as long as he's
on ti,-ick'l. As a ri-le,, he makes a very
succe.--Sfuil ibcggtar, for notinig sharIp-
ea'-s a t-an's wits like jnil. "--London
Letter iu Los Angeei.s 'Timines.



EnIr: A Wine

EAlored OW6&

By RiTA KELLEY

C 'o :. L.t. 1- by IRita KeOl'ey

The. train v'rai. thirty minutes from
Pcir.imore wh'ii Misis Riand sat up
'-r:ii~;itl, ald began pulling thie pins
n', ,f bt'r- hat, a pretty wine colored
pfl'-.,ii that exactly matched, her trayv
2-li gown. i've ininutes later In a
tan rain coat and cap she splashed
klown into the pools of water on the
orp^ platformi. of the railway station
an'! f..,'r.i the glaring eyes of the han-
som, cabs,' transfer wagons and a pri-
vat 1t)roughanm or two lined uip oppo-
-it"e. She paused under a lamp mid-
wa'y of the line and looked expectant. -
Only a brnougham and a cab remained
vvwhen Miss ]annl gathered up her skirts
and started down tbh platform. A.
'.o;'-'ht'nan; ii green livery was guiding
1 m ,:-;>> ; v."-isir',I in a wine colored
-::'.)v, i- t ; t bra b'ii-iugham. Mis.i Rand
.na-i lix I"! tlw-irdl the coachmlnum
I'-tben r '",..' drwling from the cab
t. h "i '.:'' rlte her stop thort.
"i'. n .."!" it stid. "What in
-.. y' v ,n "oieg het-?"'
"'- '. 'i,,r ,,ny Yate'," she" laughed,
S; eliwr haind, "isn't this funny?"
"Y' -. i.ni'i it?" he said, holding fast
'o t11' bh ',i. '"Don't j-onm know enough
o0 ,'ii!,- ;' .a:t r:f t ll rmiilt'"
i, .-t :.,) int she was settling
,r'.:;'r on '"n 4r'y Cushiona.
I'vT bI'-Pn st'inding out there hours
.-i, -' for ,'i;" one to ciaim oome,"
,": the (door banged abut and
nKt '-:'b "art '-'d o5f. "And you sitting
fo e i'1i the'- thire: Cruel! What were

".,lug "'.r a g1:'l very much like
,n-' Totmm.y turned and gazed at
;;1r. Th dn;;i-np air had made little
'.; >( iitra]-s alout hoer fa--n. "You
,-",' j".'t O ,r prpity aa ever, Kate." He
!;,I .i ,-.v > jind lo .Oi k d lni yp


hier to the carriage whein you' sf6pped
me."
"Well, let him take her. You didn't
see me looking for her very hard, did
you ?"
"Tommy Yates!" Kate leaned over
the table, chin in hand. "Do you mean
to say this is one of your little games?"
"Game?" ToumLiy was leaning over
the table too. "I never was so serious
in mny life."
"I'm going."
"Going? What do you mean? Please
don't!"
"But, you see, it is this way," she ex-
postulated. "I don't know the Bret-
tons. I never saw them. They're
friends of my mother's just moved
here, and it was arranged by the two
families that I was to visit them. It
seems there is a young man in whom
I'm expected to find a congenial life
partner."
"HIe's a nice sort," commented Tom-
my.
'"You know him, then? Why, Tom-
my, it isn't-it can't be you?"
Tommy smiled complacently.
"We'll go up after dinner and find
out," he said.
"Why, no," she laughed embarrass-
edly, "of course-how silly of me!
They said his name was Frank. Such
an ugly name! But, Tommy"-she
looked up suddenly from her salad--
."who was the girl in the wing colored
dress?"
"That," said Tommy, "is rather dif-
ficult to explain. Would it simplify
matters any If I told you she is the
one who is to carry off the friend of
the Brettous?"
"And how about the friend?"
"Well"--Tommy looked at his watch
-"she has an hour and a half the start
of yOu.'"
"So this is your tlttle game?" she
cried. "Do you think for a minute,
Tommy Yates, that I'm going to let an-
other girl do me out? No, sir. He's
rnlue."
"Do you really think that much of a
fellow you never have seen?" asked
Tommy anxiously.
"Want himi Who said I wanted
him? I wouldn't, take him as a gift!
But if you think I am going to let an-
other girl take him before he's eveui
seen me you're mistaken. She's up
there now, and they think she's me--
I am she."
"You are right. She's having the time
of her life."
"See here, Tommy Yates, you explain
this mystery. Why did you let me
stand out there soaking up the rain?"
Tommy's eyes blinked.
"I couldn't really believe my eyes
that you were you."
"You came down to get that girl in
the wine colored dress," said Kate ac-
cusingly.
"So I did." Tommy was staring
hard at her wine colored blouse. "I
got her."
Kate pushed back her plate, clasped
her hands on the table and looked at
him.
"Explain yourself," she said.
"Happy."
"Well, why don't you begin?"
"Are you going to stay until I am
through?" ,
Til IL.. .,..A o'deom."
"Very well, then. I was going to
marry that girl."
"Tommy Yateal"
"Isn't it permissible to marry?"
"And you sat there, high and dry,
without ever offering to get out and
find her! Tommy Yates, you're a
beast!"
Tommy pulled out a box of cigarettes
and flourished it. "With your permis-
sion," he said. She did not deign to an-
swer him. He lighted.one regardless.
"I decided one minute after the train
preinad in that I wasn't going to marry
her afterr all."
'And you ran back and hid your
head in the crnb to prevent her seeing
you, I suVp:)poe?"
"I didn't aet out."
"-Btby! -'',, wer" afraid yon would
got your feet wet?"
To*Trny blew a wreath of smoke ove;
the care fo.
"I was trying to figure how I was to
get you Into the cab and keep her out."
4T,,onaly!" .Kate's eyves l ld wi .nl. "1
"' id you love th"t girl?"
Tommy shook his head.
"Then why did you ever ttlirk of
marrying her' "
Tommy u-lade an inv'.nto:ry of t":,
pretty girl before ]il'.--pink tanr'l wi'il'.
blue, gol. cheeks, PoVs, hair.
"She looked like you," he said sh.rt-


.- - &--u- -- le W i4 y6 e*o. "'"ict n e "mser. -Oes,
A M AP' i()F '.". A ND ;,EW C' 1 \ \'y've prettier," hbe added.' c
A"NAsn O T.Aa she said, blushing as "Tomn yon don't care yet?'
,O'x h0- incheha, correctly platter a ,. c:.b I .--1 inder an are light. "Yes, I do."
iomwing all the more important .- -w, j .:. a.s silly as 'ever, Tom- "But you were so uim n to thMe other
b-mil-i'i --- of givcit value to aV any T u'Il never get over that." gIrl."
Pima coemenpating purchasing pt";t,- 'i t"" X" na-ked Tommy shortly. "Rhe won't care. Rhe likPe money. I
e't in t .ii t : i o I- ; haven't got nearly so m"'h as thiit
rty in tow-. I, it covers ab ,.t 1 i g;t I bad, said Tommy short- friteud of the Brettons.."
O es of u- linor'exted st I think T never will, "I never t-mught, Tonr':y-. that ym''d
.aIti Iroji /D)yer's ant. to ind eint- ,ier.'* s..,u..r-ng in his voice made amounttA) much.".
'I,,'aiini (lOti 'S. A,-i'nr ew.'s, vjth e- cr-,n' .,, a n look at him. i I'm'assistant casjaier. I guess that's
r' l hfiig "tiRi'rto -y 'ininil. 1 ice "' : ;.i.; "to Bretton '," she said .' >i I i. .q." .
hIr,. Iall.ar, at the BUOY) Office. -,1 i c-,.,P "I think it is 88 hGrant. "Yes, something." .-
Also f ol. .)a,-timan did get the wrong girl "And father said I'd get to be the,
A SE0''CT'ION AL MA1P 01' TH '1 1 '' E, 6tT.li ''Weit In thL rain another whole works if I settled down and mar-
ANCR-WS BAY -'O2N "u' ':*" Y4 V "', I was to be identified r'ed. Will you?"
-. '-I. niolre dv'e,s, but it rained "Whit?"
Khowung all tie landrs dirspo.sed of by 1i .I piut on this count. I wasn't "Miarrry rn?"
tlie (inrciinnati ('oinany, alio iucat L' :-. I i;r h i v e gown spoiled." "Or the monpy?"
A:arri'son', P'ark'r, Croi('ni ton and '.i' ',' Tonuiuy actually hugged "Eithlber"
atljscnm-t cotin-try. The pltnt oft the ri.,.:,l le bade the cabby stop at "Wen, I greas I' take yon."
Jots is ino4- sho'il)wn. but by the aid ohf t'"~0''s "Fnov long has it been asice
rtis nrmap tlhre a i :, i.in te locate ioan of .', ? f' t?" ,-a,'h I- Iarne.
airy let is easily dl'etenurin-ed. riN'c Yna ItV'e f :- t'-.u?" Ite foDo in stg ry c-- 'terninr oo!n
e )ullar at. I u t 'v-nted to see if you re- torster, tim" li0 .rppher of Dinlkenrs.
(>e lh)'llar, at the lIntoy Of'e. -,' red. Four" y-ars since you jilted wis told -by the it,, Sir Wemyss; til:
Eit her m'atp will be sent by umil to ,e In (he day; t-f hi, vo,;t.lb SI'" Wtmys.
a:ny alrhites on. ro'.eipt of tihe pice. *I-',. ,b had stopped, and Tommy .hhowet- ;', ;:eat dftsire to cemblarlk p'u)'
o:- _-.--- 't in the lstr..,'uwhg light of the a jlournr' liilt C raeeer, 1ier ni"'i o lt
Our Clubbing List e redv to assist her. She sank ohd frin-l of thw. '-iy iW Nt;W:en-:1T
SLk ori the seat. to hm th t on
T'lkh Be 1'DA has mnado very liberal clul-. Oh, ob:" she protested. "I forgot. xrwl):iVg for iho' i;'ier.p wrwid i- hr:
in, c .u-rr'ig 'ii..-.. ts with ai tw o't tihe very I v-IsI to 'e at the Brettoa"s' for dinner. 1im no good, rnl!rngg:
se14 1urtlhhu.tLIi, in the country and lor l'h-:.'II be expecting me." I rind there w'.i.-n.a eont friend -of
he preet ea'Irso&euid l-tUit< wile yeaIr "Oh, pshawl Here I was delegated tr',-rc, Oani ri PMr-stet, t tie I' o.- In
"Whe BLOY and to look after a girl in a wine colored Q-s0 si.",e. Hi, hiad a I I', l i;r't 1"',1
Detroit Free Pe s twice-Ai-we!ek frock, and now she disappro"-eA of my a'".n anid cn'-hsg wn.li ervn r'. i,,tr
h T1 ,', ,, di f scheme of entertainment!" a Vnst go aawa-y t0 Ln :: .i o 5-
Thdo SeUi wee OTU& / d 1 5 "Oh," said Kate climbing out, "Is .1: .l, au hl call,1 it, and -'.''1n -1,

Scgienrtific American' .... 3 50 that it? I thought you were simply a h."' ot eddie':,t.ed hl wotd;'t ');"
Farnrw tra i'lT':i ii l ,.',o ... 55: convenience." btck to hhis fat'.'- s t ), '-) 'oi:' it
l'lorWid '.riuuturim t 55 "No'w, see here"--Tommy tucked her wa.;i a f'tst i"ts ln.s e(-.s. {, x'r.'-u 1
do) cluhbhof 5, eaich ... 1 '5 under the umbrella-"I'm not a kid any -lo north nr b't write "anrl .-wr, .n'.
Farw.r JouiraIl, Philad's, n'oniibly I 1l more. I'm asietant cashier of the WuTie, tn;'-1 at last he wl nt tl.ck '"-: t '
Cinciuiirti rEnquii-'r twvicea wek bank." rto Is ,.'mt and left 1n'-, poor t,'V 1 Ch-
8 larnt is e.- ach i', ... 1 75, T-',v were eating their soup, when thrr ai,'rc, mind A've nevrtr h!ard t"i
A. t lVt.ntWir dtiti won I 7 Kat" st.r-igl.lr,.ndl back In her chair, of that laddie since."
TIe ".,-,,'.,,,;', I 75 "Toummy Yates," she exclaimed, "It "It, wva tl.,iu,," couctuded Sir Womyu.ss,
The ICriteron.u ...... ... ......... l was the other girl you were looking "that the fame of John Forster, the
For ai' o either of the above- pulicI tfor!" author of 'The Life of Goldsmith' and
tionr it connection withthhe avOY, ad i "What other girl?" the destined biographer of CLiri....
d.e&s l1 orderorto IHE BUOY, i "Why, the other girl in the wine col- Dickens, was cherished in his native
S-t Andit,, F!'a 'ed dres'. The <;(uaC an was t3aing town by tis father's ancient friends:"


QUEENidI

CHOICE

By CAMPBELL MACLEOD

Copyright. 1 05, by DI. C. MacLeod
7'
The Jester bowed ,low before the
throne. The king extended a much be-
jeweled liid. Tho jester bent over it
reverently and slyly bit It. The queen
laughed behind her fan and beckoned
the clown to bher kid. He sank on the
steps at her feet.
"This is my throng for tonight," he
announced, gayly jingling his bells. "I
shall surrender it t, no one. For one
night I shall speak only the plain, un-
varnished truth, yv6ur majesty."
"One who would speak the truth, Sir
Cap and Bells," replied the queen sage-
ly, "must needs hive some previous
experience." "- "
"Ha, hal" ,:buckled tho king, beam-
lng at the vlsiol, Rat his side. "Well
said, my lady. .Previous experience.
Sir Fool!" '
Ag. jaung'I un the voice of the king:
youlh bubbled l, the Laughter of the
-st__ The _ol loan-
Ad ou the
closed her e eyes fli ruo mi t to rest
them from the bewildering sight bi-
fore her. To be queen of one of the
most splendid ?Mardi Gras balls is
something to turh a girl's heart. But
this one, to judge? by her weary eyes--
in spite of the ma nlfien,., surround-
ing her and in fl'', of the king's open
devotion-was l.iri'-. And the even-
lng was only l.,--ginnh';.
The jester, at her feet played with
his bells and hummed "If Ever I
Cease to Love" Dn time with the nmn-
sieians far overhemed. As he stng he
watched the face 'of the queen. Sud-
denly she turnrtl tobhira.
"Sir Fool," she said gently, "that air
goes not with that get-up. Save your
voice for "Tell M'e, Pretty Maiden."'
o "Would she liteCL if 1 told her, think
you?" he v-bil-peredl eagerly. "There
has never been but, one pretty maiden
for me, your m-aesty."
"A maid is but a maid," the queen
returned slowly, "and a man but a
man, and love is but"-
"Everything"' tihe jester interrupted
seriously. "Lovl is all.'?
The king ,i-illed th. second time, then
had to touch tl:e arm of the queen be-
fore she heard; 'him. Two strange
princes stdod waiting-to be presented.
Behind theri ani t train of Cupids,
Lohengrinj.1ndI'1 unjrik.s, each bearing a
tray of ( t. pliiin-'i. The queen's eyes
were bi; u-,l sulde-uly bright. Tihe
king sat 'I iie his f:t iLind on his heart
and lisnst-i to her ;.,indying repartee
with each in tarn. The jester's bells
were silent. H f' was attentively study-
ing the queen's-pink nails on th" hand
r',:,,inm , i1. vr p 0s m-tniil,-.-nt
r<.sy(s hI:Oi" til L'tiroie.
-Y on uIh-.uli r-e l.twen ia qu-eni." the
0i1i;;: a;LrUn fu cld piondi-rous'y as tue last
ir'eul,-'r(l" 110i moV,1d off.
.- "\.',. -'.o C'n J -'P. que.( n," the Joster
Shi-1.' *:',,.. g.:.'-rly.
"T.il.s -1 enddr shall alwv' hbe
your,'," th Ir- ng counting ed in hi'';,ir.e--.
ton-.s. 'Exerything shall be your th.it
mioi"y c.an buy. But youn were i;tI',d
for a real throne."
"'Kind' heart are more than coro-
nets,' the Jistei san.tg oftly to the air
of "Under the Dllamb-oo Tree." "And
the truest throne is a throbbing heart,
lady." The queen frowned at him im-
patiently and, turned to the king, who
was presenting two foreign generals,
ablaze with- decorations. No, she was
not dancing, she told them. The king
couldn't dance, and it flattered him
that she was so-well content on the
throne beside him. The incident was
full of significance. He had wealth, so-
cial position, everything but her, and
now it seemed that his patience was to
be rewarded at last. What woman
could hold out in such a fight? The
queen 1.igbed nud brought him back to
earth. He turned eagerly to her. She
was looking far away. Her thoughts,
even to a casual observer, were far re-
moved from this crowded ballroom..
"You sighed, your majesty," he
begged humbly. "You share my throne.
Let me share your trouble, whatever it
is."


The qpeen laughed merrily. The jest-
er touched his bells.
"M argot!" _be whispered eagerly.
"Margot!"
The queen ignored the appeal. A
merry growd .of troubadours were ap-
proaching, and she paid for their com-
pliments with a fire of smiles and pret-
ty speeches.
"If.yo.u would marry me,", resumed
the old king suddenly whefi the crowd
departed with backw.arl.. bws... and
obeisance nad they were alone" save
for the Jester, whom he did not see,
ou il onI n I a palace as
b'i'af'H"vniW y('ii could desire."
"Mrgot 't ntremfted the jester. "Love
Ii everything!" The queen frowned at
L I mni, tpa ft ly.
"Marry e," plendr-l the old king
honr.sely. "'You are not one who can
stand poverty. Your mansion shall be
a palace; .your jewels shall rival a

"Marry tc e," whtbpered the jester,
'itelhing lld of the hand behind the
P.os. "'Toay I bought a house, Mar-
got. True.tlhpre are but four rooms in
It. but no-.p1a-e, could l.e half so dear.
YoU could, transform it into a home,
Mnrgot. I- have no Jewels but those of
my lov to give you., Margot, but you
know thntis true"-
"You shall cruise in R yacht on sum-
mer seas," continued the deaf old king,
"and all Paris and London shall rave
of your beauty and your splendor."
"We could slip off together to the
park," wlijappred the jester, "to listen
to the band on Sunday e'-',-in Don't
you remember what you told me under
ahose moss draped trees that night?"
The queen toyed with her 'fan and
sighed. "I love you! I loye you! I
love you!" chanted the jester passion-
ately.
"As my .wife," resumed the king.
"you will always be the queen of
scenes like this." The eyes of the
queen swept.the house before her-tier
upon tier of beautiful women in gor-
geous gowhs nad jewels, men whose
admiration and preference counted for
a great deal, and, above all else. the at-
zosphere of. wealth aad cl. rue ad.


Pn ury'-. (4. 1 t.he 'if' Xito rtoj ct






to Y"P & i"r ;i.I :1A
"T am 3v'r q':r,'the 'iem'tv r Nv ,nr
i 'ely. "'I love y 1". W n2 :mg" tar

t 3 eifhfo'prdt7INN A' th' W" M'

hot f 1-"


"lu mat'~so: ar a>1l.it --'m' ox'"
,ei Ih t,~; ;'i rn .'m're !2 ;.!:
Ih~. ','lm' l'.t -) i` ito wardli


'r~l 'is t''u,"'e ca o eJ'':







"'m o' a '.~.




'e ut''c
c e:11 :'X"'t he b-' fll

U;I' k n i h, o r ;iaT t.!,'Oi t' I *e qu



anet in' LI;ci' wt:.e ''ol hr a 4f1'


t~'tn 4theIiL'A ti' iiit the davk she nef
v y to wir'y ever' yle ctay r-o 1 xv



'(HE flOV7.'SO "T"tttEt,


"This Is hve, your mi't pIt, i-'i qi'aI


kneitae ndx, -sstii'C.ie ca ,!i ti t''d.(f



.;2.' sO i tia'ii lt. 'ihe Vi-iq til- heit-
Ajain 4f Hip dor tinthe pm'''p s'hie reve
is cto ryo verg. .i htl ,Ye 51111.le' '
.-,ouloi if 't r Imp' sba'ui' ide.'i 't. I
t w thut Icr ii~icA .i~~ ntm..te

PA*I R. *I



HE GROVES"''' BOiAWGIltEA, T







to (o j ~a wt' 'i. ;i4, t'n i )-"' ,i
the mter'ne i egeli i' t sWork: a' e-i.. tile


"i-ed. the j 't tO'claieoto ill' ithe
irl Ilet l c 'lir' i"'!!le i'of Ow. ''e











cd. n'1 t he ; oshft -\v:1-' 'ed I
.t tiof'n tmercil' 11,10'''tm"
pe *ile in''it 511s''ienr I5m''Xv"
ofr t;- di.mrh '-Tn m Ia in


Abashed and tr)emali.ngi at his tmomer-
Ity, the offewl'ner .was led before Pope
Sixtns. Great was his riamazement ;l'1
relief, however, to ie mnt witlih v-,. Is
of forgiveness nnd prIair','. Instead of
imposing the dreaded puniahmeiunt the
pope bade him ask some t-cj(i,'t" tf;avor,
which should be listtowed upona bin iu
token of gratitude. '
Mindful of the rirsourCer f L. :
coast, tlhe sailor' ak!edi that f.r : fu-
ture time the righi sli)ould be ;,:'. ''a to
him and his fau nily to supply p.y::.s to
the chapter of St. Peter's for I': :m
Sunday \ 1i: 1I lty the pope that '.hlis
privilege should be granted, Bresca re-
turned to his liontre again. rejoicing 'in
the benefit which its inmpotuous w'rds
were to bring to Bordighera through
years to come.
Such is the origin of Pn.in'-li.-r.i's5
palm industry, according to the tare.s
which are gleaned from old histories.
The different reports vary somewhat
as to facts, yet the story in all its es-
seiftial" details is constantly quoted in
Bordighera, and the village still claims
its annual privilege of supplying the
Vatican with palms on Palma Sunday.
Bordighera is situated on the coast
of the Mediterraucan; but, unlike most
of the Riviera towns, which liU within
shallow bNys, it occupies a prominent
and exposedl position. The Cape of
Sants Amrpeglio, on which the town
stands, stretches far out into the wa-
ter, and the views obtainable from
many portions of the headland are of
urri'r n ar-,1 beauty.
The most distinctive feature of Bordi-
gbera. however, is its wonderful growth
of dcia" palms, and the village is well
called "the Jerichebo of Italy." It is said
there are more palms in and around
Bordighera than in the whole of the
Holy Land. In whatever direction one
turns for a view the featherly palm
tro-cs are lntr-rwoven with the land-
scape. Their rich deep green stands


TlHE PEOPLE'S STORE!


PITSBURG ON EAST BAY.




Leads in Low Prices and Good

COODS.
He invites the purchasing public to call,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.




DR. W. G. MITCHELL

DRUGS, MEDICINES and TOILET ARTICLES.

COMMERCE ST EAST OF WARE'S STORE.




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews and
S. rounding Couptry. C -
MAay be Frud at bis residence on lBueinmi Vistt avenue at'iight. -'T.


RACKET STORE.

AND CITY RESTAUlRANT!

Corner of Bayview and Wyominte Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can'" find at any other Stoie, come to tite R A C-K E T
S T O R E and get.

Hot Meals .at All Hours' of the Day.
IIll!.'' : .::'i. Cup of 'Coffee, 5 Cts. 4 Cup of Tea, 5 ts.,,|iiliiii,,BB,'Im

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties
r I. GODARD, Proprietor.


THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLO N

Thi; is the latest an most complete
SHaand .---oow for working plants in the garden. It
sselt-d,(justable; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in the
Sgvtnd, and the depth of plowing is regulated
b, by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has ai
S', 24-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
._ the plow light of draft. It has five blades;1 is
turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weedin'
\ blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
\ I I r, ilth each plow.
We have made arrangements ,
. wh h we can furnish this plow idt
the factory price, $3.75, wi


I"
it
I~ '2


--


I -
~'..- ii~:~
S..., -~ ~ -
~ *-'fl,
-j


: -. . . ,
'_- -. ... . . .. '

freighitt It St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making +he plow, delivery
$4.50. Biut the BI'(oY p))op,)oes to do better than this and will send the Bnov
one vear antd fuanish one of these plows complete at the factory for *4.5<>
purchaser to pay freight
The ilow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any time-
Order from the iBuoY di-rect,


1FRENCHrFEMALE
t! A .. P i.LLS.
!,SA 9, IAY y.iv fcr t"r';:rP;: N .< R M NgTUATfON,,




Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at
DIZ. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE.



P LES SU SlicfBE





Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Stre.

IBaFor Sale!'
19 f,: Y, ', ", ." 1 ,' Y '. f











We offer or sale a strip from tohe
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
byip 4Drs.oth, Mrange 14 west, running
Sold at St. Androuseto Watson bayou,
adjoining. Mitchell' on the southr Will be





sold in acre quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W.' A. EMMONS & CO.,

out in relief rronI the silvery l1U.i k-
,.onud( of the olive orchards, and, al-
thoughi tl orn'is,' and lemon groves are
nu;:nl: o:, the waving palm branches
r:e t above them n ail.
It iL said that tile first palms were
intro.iuce'.i in Biordighera by Dorninican
friar, mauy centuries ago, but the cul-
tivation on an extensive scale dates
,t, gr,ut to the Bresca family.
'ITlh pai leaves which are to be used
in reigiou's ceremonies are bleached
until they become yellowish white. The
bran,,hes are drawn closely together
at the top and firmly wound about
with rope. In this way the inner
Ira. 's, (opreivod of light aind air, Are
uunible to ii-tain their natural green
color. Unfortunately this curious
swalthing of the l'ranches robs the tree
terwiorarily ofl' mu'-h of its beauty.
The leaves which must be ready for
t!h, noxt Palmi Smiday begin this
l.a> "tan proe '-s in the sumnme, while
the rm",'h aiier number prepared for
the J e- w~.i 'ea.-t of 1he Tabernicl. in
the fall, are shut off from the light in
the spring. The care of the )almns at
these two seasons and their final gath-
ering and parking for transportation
furnish elmpioyument to many of the
peasants. Immense quantities of
branches are dispatched to Itoine and
to other parts of the country as well
and are used. in the celebration of the
Sunday before Easter at the impressive
ceremony of the blessing of the palms
-New York Tribune.


BORROWED PLUMES.-

How an American Beeamne a Man of
Mark In Russia.
Andrew D. White's first diplomatic
experience was as an attache at St.
Petersburg at the time of the Crimean
war. The war l'rought to Russia
many American adventurers. "One
man who came out with superb plans,"
Mr. White says, "l'r-ught a militia
colonel's commission and the full unt-
forn of a major .'-e.'l. A" first be
hesitated to clothe himself in all his
glory, and 'therefore went through a-
process of evolution, beginning first
with part of his uniform, and then
nalding more as his courage rose.
"During this process he became the
standing joke of St. Petersburg, but
laterwhen lie had emerged to full and
final splendor, he became a man of
mark; indeed, so much so that serious
difficulties arose. Throughout the city
are various corps de garde, and the
sentinel on duty before each of these,
while allowed merely to present arms
to an officer of lower rank, must,
whenever he catches sight of a gen-
eral officer, call out the entire guard '
to present arms, with the beating of
drums.
"Here our American was a source of
much difficulty, for whenever any sen--
thAeli caught sight of; his gorgeous .
eplauleot Iin the distance th' guard wai7
instantly called, arms were presented
and drums beaten, much' to the de-
light of our friend, but even more to-'
the disgust of the generals of the Rus--
sian army and to the troops, who thus
rendered absurd homage and found
themselves taking part In something
like a bit of comic opera."-Exchange.

BRET HARTE AS A HUNTER.
The Reassuring Message He Reeelv.
: ed After ani Accident.
During the time he acted as United
states consul in Glasgow Bret Harte
occasionally indulged in a day's sport
with the gun, and it was during one of
his shooting excursions that the famous
American author met with an accident
which might have disfigured him for',
the remainder of his life, his face be-
ing badly cut through the recoil ef an
overloaded gun. Fortunately the doc-
tor's skill prevented him from being
permanently marked.
Writing about the occurrence to his
friend, T. Edgar' Pemberton (who
quotes the letter in his "Tribute to Breti
Harte"), the novelist concludes his let-
ter by telling of an amusing effort
which was made to console him on ac-
count of the accident.
"When the surgeon was stitching me
together," he wrote, "the son of the
house, a boy of twelve, came timidly
to the door of my room:
"'Tell Mr. Bret Harte it's all right,
he said. 'He killed the hare.' "


, -


I


~L-t~r;C


n, V FA I ZS'~


L


r-




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs