Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: November 30, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00236
Source Institution: University of Florida
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U.,S. Senator--1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola3 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
i'epresentatives-1st District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
oLand Office-Rlegister, W. G. Robin-
son;. Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
*' Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M, Holloway; Commission-
Ir of Agriculture, B. E. McuLn.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, CounLy
Clerk, REordr W' C.

'y 6. H. Danford; Tax
lCollector, Jno. R. Thompson, S.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
STernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Cdllins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Audrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
sons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H, Ware.
Millville-Postmaster,- Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin.
loare l e '-nttr aU ,. 'vry Pubhle,

Wesn. 3ay- I C. Holley.
uee ytastr James M. Murfee.
tay-Po tttress. rs. It. Gay.
Tompkin-ostnaster, Emery Top-

Baybead-Postumaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
ook-Post aster, J. J. JFowler.
Weappo-Ostmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County C1 anton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
PFarindale-Postmaster, WV. F. Wood-

the northern LIails, via, Andersor
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley depart
e very day except Sunday at 3:0
'clock a. nm., arrives every day e
.' cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m. l, i
last Bay mail for Hlarrison, M llkvi
Cromanton, Parket, Pittsburg, Cook
Farmdale and Wetappo leaves'-t SI
Andret'ws every morning except Un
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives,'comiun"
West at 7 ociock p.m.
Baptist-Cliurchi Wyoming aver froni
lug Parlk St. Services at 11 a.. m. an,
.; p. m. Sunday School every Su
1ay a1, iU a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner
.l.todist Episcopal-Church Wast
ingtod ave. and Chestnut st Sunda,
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Kcv. J. M. Conwa.ty, pastor.
.'resbyteria n-Cliurbh corner Loraine
Ave. and'Drake St, Rev. p. C. Dol
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:3
a. m. every Sunday, Johln Stur
rock, Supt.
Catholic-'Church corner Wyominl
A ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No.1 142

Regular ( C 1niuoi
cations on tile nr's
I an I tlii'd Satnurlda'
in eacl i olithl t
% Visitilig Brotiher
W. [I. w'AUKEI, W M.
W. A. Em4MoNs.Secretarv

ileputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notar:
Public for the State at Large; haE
jurisdiction to adutintister oaths, talio
affidavits, legalize acknowledge
ments, etc., anywhere inu Florida
Special attention given to land con
vteyances and marriage ceremony per
formed for lawfully qualified parties
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrew
I WPrompt and careful attention give
to all matters submitted to my care,
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fla..

N otaryv i'lic t,,w i" ,, ;

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signal s : ., -'- .
Andrews and vRmity. oIesidenu
Buena Vista avenue.

Homoeo1pathic Physician and A
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug F
S* -
Notary Puolic for the State of
Ida at Large. Office at Parker,
Conveyancing and payment of
for non-residents, specialties.

One Dollar1k a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 191 i,' at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congrjss of March 3,1879.

PRI 0 P R 1 E T 0 R.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift," 5o per line, first inser-
tion; 2c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.
If this )paragraph js ceoel*
bhe petuirc is a reminder t1fat your
subscription ha- expired and that two
or lhrie- extra numbers will be sent
vOi that uo break may occur should
you choose to reneow.

-j OFr THEH.

Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President General-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, Ne v 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 eed appears,
Pass it on."

t' Motto-Good Cheer.
S Colors-Yellow and WhitoW
State color-Deep Orange.
Flower- Coreopsis.
Song-"Scatter Sunshine."

a Don't want to work or nothing ,
Don't want to road or walk;
Don't want to drink, don't want tothink,
Don't even want tm talk.
y Don't want to go to dinner,
Don't want to go t bed; 1
e Can't seecm to rest-this weather's jest
i- Natur'ly cone to my head !

- You can't hardly call it lazy,
"Yoe can't rightly name it sick,'
But good land's sake, how my bones do
1 Whenever I work a lick !
It's just too blame much bother
To do anythir"y but lie
On the flat o' yer back and look thro' a
Y In "the trees at that warm, blue sky !

s I know I'd otter make garden,
I know I'd orter rake
The trash Ithat lays in the yard an'
Be helping' my wife to make
Soft soap. But I jest can't do it-
I ain't in the right condition.
But it somne'un 'd dig same bait an' right
y My tackle I'd go a-tishin'!
5 --Cleveland Leader.

I- I everybody would try right hard
~ to bI as nice and. decent and polite
s and generally well behaved around
home as among Etrangers, the world's
dividends of happiness would be
hoisted a thousand per cent without
n notice or previous record of transfer
on the stock books. It is a very sini-
ple thing to think about, but nine-
tenth, of thlie unpleasantness antd un-
h.:ppiitness of the world conle from
S, sileration for each other.
:- ol t e fa in ily circle. A
S i' : !i t tout at his wile,
.. i ilar circiu stances he
i v ,, iii hat, bend his back andI

t- the choicest language in his
of St. vocabulary for a strange woman who
ce on isn't probably as good as his wife. A
wife will jeer at her husband when a

ccou- stranger would receive a cordial or
Store, tolerant smile as the circumstances

'other and I'Ve observed that soon af-
ter the cei.-brony---at most after the
honeymoon trip-the daiut, little
bride discovers that "the one man in
the world" is not always tender and
considerate, clean shaven and irre-
proachably neat, aun-and-t-
Well-of course-sometimes the
dainty little bride is-that is-she
isn't exactly always as-fresh and--
as well gowned as in her bridal
robes-especially if she has to hike
out half asleep, "aE five o'clock ini
the morning," hustle/ around and
bring down the wlitli of- er'slb'o

However-it is, so it must be
For-the milleniun's got to come
anrd-that's the quarter it cots to
get in. It you are married.

True worth is in being not seeming,
In doing each day that goes by
Some lit ie go, d--ot in the dreaming
Of great things to do by-and-by.
For whatever men say in blindness,
And spite of the fancies of youth,
There's nothing so kingly as kindness,
And nothing so royal as truth.

We get back our mete as we measure,
We cannot do wrong and feel right.
Nor can we give pain and gain pleasaire,
For justice avenges each slight.
The air for.the wing of the sparrow,
The bush for the robin and wren,
But always tht path that is narrow
And straight for the children of men
-Alice Care).

Happiness can never come to the
soul who lives in the past or thlt fu-
ture. Live in the Now-the pi esent,
John Wesley said: "Many, indeed.
think of being happy with God'in
heaven, but the being happy with
God on earth never enters their
Live in the Now. Be happy Now,

To be kind.

To be able to bear our
T'o decide without prejudice.
To rise above suspicion.


To look for the beautiful and the
good in precious common things
about us.
To let the sense of inward ti ust
and peace rise ,to our lips and perme-
ate our lives.
This is the simple life.--Iuth
Sterry, New York Observer.


A deal involving 57,000 acres of
virgin timber lands in Jackson, Cal-
houn and Washington counties has
just been closed in Jacksonville.
J. 11, Drummond of St. Andrewv,
representing the Moore Lumber Com-
pany. of Garland, Pa., through
Brobston, Fendig & Co., sold to the
Betts Lumber Company of Ashburn,
Ga the tract mentioned for a consid-
eration of between $350,000 and
Mr. Drummond, who is largely in-
terested in Florida timber lands, and
one of St. Andrew's most prominent
citizens, has been a guest at the Ar-
agon during the past week. He was
seen by a reporter, and atated that
six years ago he bought the property
for a consideration of $33,000, and
this shows how rapidly Florida tim-
bet land is ineteasing in value.
Coming to the South several years
ago with a view of going to Cuba,
Mr. Drum niond d lifted into Alabiuna,
where lie remained sonic time, then
went t) bt. Andrew, where he set-
tled. Sin e locating in Florida. Mr.
Drintn ]isnd has been a large dealeri
in lF<'lo ila timber aunds, and is now
considered oile of the best known tim-
ber and real estate dealers in the
Mr. Drummond stated that, a1-

might seem to dictate and a sweet though lie is of the opinion that ithe

ta xs

As to Reporters.
No man is more unreservedly called
A shameless liar than the newspaper re-
porter, and no man considers the slan-
ders against him more lightly. His'
conscience is usually clear, his pnotives
disinterested, his knowledge of human
nature comprehensive, his sense of hu-
mor keen and his knowl-..-i', of his
traducers complete.-Louisville Times.

verbal assent to a lot of rot or non-
sense of which her husband would
never be guilty. And so it goes on
through the whole la.mily. If we
would only be as decent to those to
whom we owe it as we aie to those
to whom we owe nothing, this would
be such a happy world that nobody
wouht pay a quarter to get into the
Well, son-they sar familiarity
makes fo!ks get mighty used to echli

large acreage of land just shild by itis
company would be turpentined, he
thought the purchasers would hold
the lands for some time, as uirpen-
titne is steadily on the incie'4se, and
Florida lands are becoming more and
more in demand each day.
In speaking of his home, St. An-
drew, Mr. Drummond said that the
town was coming to the front all the
time; that whereas there was no rail-
road leading into St. Andrew at pres-

enl, one was' -
Geoigia points',
pleted to St;.
1st of March. ''
"Deep wate4
Mr. Drummoit'
appropriation of :
date for deepge
Andrews Bay,
bors on the
Union. ,

, -i

ing fro USp p nth
wonl be ~tbm-
a Bay bfuthe

w t cJ0e,1" said
^ hope. for an
06 atji early
S Pa ,to St.
he .fi~hot har-

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'By pe., W. Sargent

Copyright, Ift ,by R&'B. McClure

Mollie was waiting for him in the
hall. "What did he say?" she whis-
pered eagerly.
"What thegovernor of North Caro-
lina said to the other fellow," began
Preston Laimbert. "Then I said I want-
ed to marry you, and he put the bottle
back in the cellaret."
"Then he won't let you marry me?"
she said wistfully.,
"Well, he didn't exactly say me nay,"
.admitted Lambert, "but he made one
prohibitive condition: I've got to get a
"A family?" she echoed.
"Just that. I suggested that he was
a trifle premature, but hla explained
that what he wanted was back num-
bers, not future issues."-
"Oh!" wailed Mollie. "Why did he
ever find out that he was a direct de-
scendant of William the: Conqueror?"
"Pure cussedness," ,suggested Lan-
bert. "Bill didn't hand dowa:i;:
money or t tles that reached this far.
It was Jabcz Gordon who did most of
that work."
"Grandpa Gordon was awfully poor
when he mam-rred grandila," she as-
sent-ed. "It's funny they never thought
about William the Conqueror before
they gdt 'm rriel." ,,
"VWl'. you're poor," declared Lam-
oert, "it ,doesn't matter much whether
LV am orm B:il Smith stands at the head'
of your fa+i:l, tree."
"I hate family trees,"' breathed the
gil' vehe'n.itly. I wish dad neVer
Iad heard of Iis geneslogl '
"Oh, well," said LuijjE Ji tch'h-erf riy,
"we can't chop the iirferi-nal tree d0n. ,_
I'll have to study forestry and le
/ how to grow one."
"Did he say you could marry me if
you did?" she asked joyously,
"ie' said that for the 'sake of the
race he wanted his daughter to marry
a man as nobly born as herself. 'He
sort of Intimated that he had an eye
on an English duke, with a pedigree
as long as a snake's tail."
"I won't be a duchess," Mollie pro-
tested. "I want to be Mrs. Preston
"And so you shall," he declared. "I'll
have a family tree as tall as a cocoa-
nut backed up here on a truck inside
of three months."
"It took p three years and a half to
get his together," she i ,.nt,.d.
"That's all right," laughed Lambert.
stooping to kiss her. "I'm a wonder
when 1 get starte:l."
Mollie followed him to the door and
watched himnt swing 'down the suteet.
Then she weht Into the now deserted
library and gained some consoh'tion
from making faces at the elaborate de-
sign whereby the Gordon ancestry was?
traced in a direct line, to' royal blood.
More than one small fortune had
been spent upon the tree, and it was
the pride of Robert G'ordon's life. The
millions he derived' from his father
had been nothing to him until this an-
cestral line had been discovered. He
had been merely Jabez Gordon's son.
Gordon the elder had been a "Forty-
niner" and had left vast stores of min-
eral wealth to his son and a faint rec-
ollection of his grandfather.
Robert Gordon's respect for ancestry
amounted almost to 'a mania, and his
first attention upon becoming the heir
to the fortune was given to work on
his historiCal records. "-
None of them had been successful
until Gottfried Shackmelster had iLcked
up the scent, and In due course de-
liverel to lis client letters and other
doeu:ie.nts to prove that the Gordons
were a branch of an old English line.
It had not only taken him more than
iothee years, but aiso involved travel-
il.; f'.r a1,1 wide. Gordon, however ,
.i:! ,''t;:'i'.ge either time or money.
It w.as ,".-s than three months be-
"ore Lambert sought a formal inter-
,'iew with Gor'in. "
"I have that i'reCe yon wanted," he
n:i 'eed lia'l:'y i'a he was ushered
it'' ' >! s "ei 'ce.e
'"Tree?" was the puzzled exclama-
tion. "I don't remember any conver-
sation I have had with you on the mat-
ter of trees, Mr. Lambert. I leave
those matters to the landscape gar-
I"Don't you remember," reminded
Lambert, "that you said I could hot
marry Mollie nutil I had some man
whose name has come thundering
down the ages to blame my existence
upon ?"
"I recall saying that it was a duty
we Gordons owed our race to marry
only Into families as ancient as our
Own," he corrected.
"'Well," continued Lambert flippant-
ly, "this is it!" He placed upon the
table a small handbag, from-which he.

extracted old volumes, time stained
parchments, papyrus and'what not.
"I find," he rattled on, "that I am
directly descended from the'Pharaohlr."

Gordon rose! angrily. "This is an in-
sult," he stormed, "to come here with
this absurd collection of forgeries
which yod presume to tell me are rec-
ords dating back more than 2,000 years
and collected by you within three
months. Will you leave or stall I
have to call the butler?"
"Hadn't better call Peters," urged
Lambert smoothly. "I hate to do it,
but I want tq marry Mollie. Let me
marry her and I'll ignore the fact that
my family runs farther back than
"Nover!" shouted Gordon. "I would
.see.her dead flrst!" "-
"On your owu bead te It then," said
Lambert Thf1personally. "Hero goes for.


semblance to her sister May.
May was In Paris, selecting her
trousseau. When she returned at
some indefinite time-she really seem-
ed to be ip no more haste to get back
'than I was to h ive her come-we were
to be married. We were not senti-
inentalists, but were looking forward
to a successful -omradeship undisturb-
ed by di.quiiltlnt.g elements of love. A
working union in which she would il-
lustrate what her husband wrote. We
had been engragted for three years witb-

out a quarrel. Tl'h., v,-e argueo, ,.,.h,.l
Well for a pleN:',''it fuire. Still there_
was no hurry.
But lately sonetlhing l td entered in-
to my placid life which was r-ett iig me
all awry. The rwi.t'-lef of It was, too,
that the disturbance was not 'tangible.
If It had boon a debt, I could have paid
it; if a tale rejected, I could have re-
vised It or laid it upon the flames; if
poor health had been the disquieting
cause, I could have sought a" remedy,
but it was none o.' these. It was it
omnipresent ghost which walked with
u .e ui(ei, uniheua d. I 1 h:',i f.inut
lCen of its ilrlh. On 'the day .of -3M.iy's
departure for EujiW. hbad been dis-
'.usuiig llerinioie. ,-"-'

"I know y0tt did," almost screamed
Gordon, "and you come here and have
the effrontery to compare them to
my own authenticated documents."
"I made some of those too," said
Lambert quietly.
There was something in his manner
that bore conviction. Gordon dropped
Into a chair. "How?" he gasped
"Do you remember," he asked, "that
rome years ago I was suspended from
college for a hazing scrape?"
"Yes," whispered Gordon.
"Well, the pater shut down on the
funds. I did not want to bother my
sister (mother was dead, you know),
and I earned some money writing for
the papers.
"I could not get a regular job, but I
picked up a dollar or two from the
Sunday editions. One day they put me
on the track of a man who was sup-
posed to have forged a manuscript.
He was not the culprit, but he was
sorry for me, and gave me a good
story on how it was done.
"He let nie make a fake script my-
self, and somehow I seemed to be more
than usually clever at it. It isn't a
part of my history I'm proud of, but I
wc-:t into partnership. Remember, I
had been brought up to regard myself
as the. heir of my father's money and
had not learned to work. For three
months I had starved more often than
I had eaten.
"This man-Shackmeister-was work-
ing on that selfsame tree at the time,
and I wrote that letter of Williahm's
myself. I soaked the paper in acid,
colored it with coffee and all that sort
of t11hg. Here's one," pfoducinug a
paper, "just like it. You can see for
Gordon examined the paper, compar-
ing it with the one in the frame of
which he hadi been so proud. When le
S:a::' a "ed t'n years. Lam-
was 5 'sorry for 1,I1m.
S'ilt' too boti," hue l aid as he stepped
over to the bIwed iVguro. I never
,-,~- lu have told you, but I cou'd not s'e
Molile's happiness--and ,mine-s;oiled
I'y yonr pride in a lot of mnm;iin ctured
ltiu yj.".
"It "wasa my own fault," groaned the
;r kc(n man. "I set up for myself an
idc,, placing it before my daughter's
ha!.Ipi'eos, and upon my own shoulders
imy h.e!ineis bhas recoiled."
He lev4sed a button and the well
traded butler presently entered noise-
lesaly. "Ask Miss Gordon to come to
the library," said Mollie's father. Thou
to Lambert, "You won't tell her, will
you ?"
"Not unless you think I on'ght to."
"I must brave it out," said Gordon
with a wan smile. "Let It lie a secret
between ourselves."
Quietly Lambert moved to the fire-
place, and wheu Mollie came in only a
white ash over the glowing coals told
of the burning of a tree.



2S1y Ia Wri,/#t Hanlon

Copyright, 1905, by Ins. Wright Hanson
0 4
Hermione jerked her fish pole impa-
"I'm sure It's better fishing over in
El Dorado county," she said plaintive-
"There was once a. man," I answer-
ed, "who stood at the fork of a sandy,
stony country road, not knowing
whether he should turn to the left, or
go straight ahead. As he hestitated, a
farmer came along and the man said,
'Which road leads to San Fernando?'
And the farmer answered, 'Both.'
And the man said, 'Which one shall I
take, then?' And the farmer answer-
ed, 'No matter; whichever one you
take, you will wish you had taken the
other.' "
"I suppose you mean that if we
were In El Dorado county I shouMld
think it would be better fishing here
in Placer county?" ventured Her-
"Possibly I do," I said, continuing
my scribbling, though doggedly, for I
was not in story writing mood. Pres-
ently I chanced to look down just as
Ilermione looked 'up. Something there
was in her limpid eyes, her rose flut-
ed mouth, even the dash of color in
her smooth cheek, which made me
shove my notebook hastily into my
pocket. I told myself it was her re-

up the warm little bundle in my anus.
This was a new sensation, amnd alto-
gether delightful, but quite too s)'onI
she drew herself gently away andl
began tho explanation.
She had just received a letter from
May. May had met a man In Paris,
one "so dear and so handsome." Her-
mione quoted her sister's words with
ineffable scorn-he "caine of good aanii-
ily, he was rich, and, aind, atad--
Was ever sweet deliverance so op-
."Hernile,Q I said joyfully, l.itii-,.

her tearful iIttle race up ,to i:ne.
"Hermione, you said the little itald
loved the fool?"
"But that wa:0 ii the storMy." She
was. blushing ag(,in.
"And so is this," I delnr',l; bending
my head.
"Tlipre was chce a man," I observed
contentedly, as we loiteftd along the
homeward way, '"who believed that
s .'.rn-'where, between the Aniazon ,n11
Orinoco rivers lay a land marvelously
r'chi in gold and 1i, .>'", gems. He
S:called 1th f?,ul(iou:; (country EJ DE "
r bLit hli ieer, fI.,n I rit. dli
r,..;" f-.rlunp te thain Sir'.Wiltr'.l 7,"
L ,-MPAJ/A U! toift1 45, *Do %l S

f-"-F yesOX weret'M May, "untll she
is marrlEl. I fancy she, will marry
y oun'. 'bc Is going to make a very
attractive woman."
Before that day I had been a con-
tented man; since that day I lived in a
misty world except when I resolutely
forgot my absurd, unreasonable feel-
"Come on, chicken," I called gayly to
lIenmione, "we'll go into El Dorado
Over the rocks we clambered, laugh-
ing-it is so easy for a child to be
happy and for a grownup child to catch
the spirit if lie will-over tif rocks,
across" the suspension bridge spanning
the Aueriecau river, and we had gone
from Placer county into El Dorado.
"There! This is lots nicerr" she said
when we were at'gain seated to her s't-
I ', '.vc her voice was, and really
thle c'ili v s :going' t' b than her -:,i.sr, though May wa, con-
sideredi a beauty. HIt'umione was
changed latel, somehow. Alh, it must
be her hi'ir, which used to haug down
her back in a frowzy braid. Today-
hy--a goklen coronal, cleft here and
there with a turquoise blue studded
comb and topped ori with a black bow.
"What aire you staring at me so for?"
she asked, putting oil her hat and
Fancy iHermione blushing!
"There wa.s once a man," I answered
hypocriticalli, "who 'as a-a-well,
Cicero, for exampip, who was at work
on a difficult mental problem, and at
the time he was gazing hard- at the-
the family cuat, for example, but he
had no conception of the. cat." '
I er.-mione pouted. "If you call yoiw-:
self Cicero, you might be a little., more
complimentary to me."
I laughed. Hermlone always laugh-
ed if slice had the faintest, reason, so in
a moment her dimples were In sight
again. Strange I had never before
noticed, what a wealth of them there
"IIow old are you, child?" I asked'
"Eighteen," she answered, pulling
her fish hook gently away fromn a snag.
I mused over her answer, the tangle
In my head trying hard to straighten
itself. May was thirty-one-my own
age-though she didn't look it. Eight-.
"If the trouble is in your story," sug-
gested Hermione, "maybe I can help
you." Her hazel eyes looked innocent-
ly into mine. May's eyes were blue.
"If only you might!" I groaned, but
I wasn't thinking of the half finished
tale in my notebook. Suddenly all
things had become plain to me. The
ghost was laid, but what profit was it
to me to gain understanding when it
camo three years too late?
"Well, who are the characters?" she
asked precisely.
"A queen of beauty and wisdom and
one little maid, It has three chapters.
The first deals with a colossal mistake,
the second with a fool's 'lethargy and
the third with an -awakening which
came too late."
1"Oh, not too late!" protested Her-
milone. "You really must change that.
It ought to end well."
"Some stories can't end well, little
girl," I answered with conviction.
"We'll make it end well," she contin-
ued decidedly. "And the king?"
"The king?"
"Yes; if a story has a queeni, doesn't
It have to have a king too?"
"This story hasn't. There's no king
-only the king's fool," I answered bit-
terly. 0
"Is the king's fool in love with the
queen?" Hermlone's eyes followed the
gentle eddying of her fish line.
"mIe-that's the approved predica-
ment, I suppose."
"And the little maid loves the fool,"
she supplemented, "but he doesn't
know it. By and by something hap-
Just then something did happi,,.
SHermionte's pole went frolickung du'wni
the river, and like lightning out of ;
clear sky Hlerminione, joyous lihearte'
Ithirmlne, was sobbing teampst'uous:,.
In mny lntomitett of astonitshni,'nt I tI'ok
her into 1my armis, ii ,ihl'd i oune C.O.1-
fort one's golden haired little sister':'
I opined that one should.
"There! There, little girl!" I shouted.
"What is it?"
"Oh, it's May! How could she treat
you so, and you so g,'.'d and kind, and
-and-oh, it will break your loving
heart. It will make .you an outcast --
fugitive from jtii-th.'"
I smiled at hler ,.ex\tr. i-r ''e of ex-
pressl'in; but, no matter wlihat was the
calamity, I was In no burry to give

Ig Be sure that th;s
picture in the form of
a label is on the wrap- ,
per of every bottle of
Ekul:ion you buy.

Scott & Bowne
409 Pearl Street
New York
oc-. ani i alli druggists
** ...,J

_ _*

- uriip -

"Then it was better fishing Over A
El 1,orado county, wasn't It?"
Kind Words:
A3 the breath of the dew on the ten-
dt'r pitlt, hey gently fall upon the
drooping heart, refreshing its withered
tindi'iisi and soothlingit' burning woes.
Bright oaLes they are In lite's' great
tI. .eh't. WVh,) 'n ll stinlate the tl png
they have alleviatel or the Kiii works
they have acconmplisheI d? Long after
they are uttered do they reverberate
in the soul's inner chmni,,a'rs and sing
low, sweet, liquid strains tiHt. quell all
the raging storms th;.t rmay have be-
fore existed. And, oh, when the heart
Is sad and, like a i '1I: ,n halrp, the
swpotelt chords of plea':;iro ceased t.o
vibrate, who can tell the power of one
kind word? One little word of tender-
uo. R >'hin n" hi un p'n the soul wilk
vswe:p lih. l:mg nc'.-'t't'd (lior.is and
a"v; alkn the most pi'l;(as':lt stlrains.
Kind words are like j.ielsls in theo
helrt, never to ble foi'gitL, l t per-
haps to ('he'er up their ln:eniory a long
sald life. while words of c(ruity are
ll:e da(rts in the bo.soln, wouln i'. ;til,
leaving sc.is that will be borne to the'
grave by their victims. Satkirday
Evening Post.
Coral Church on an Esaste!*. Isiaind"
The church built of coral is one of
the curioasties of the isle of Mahe;
one of the Scysche.lcs islands, in thd
Indian ocean. Th'e Scysehelles is-
lands, which are supposed by ,many.
to be -the site of the Eden of
the 01(Old Testamnt, form ran archi-
pe!ag,. of eleven ila:nds and are sit-'
unted about 1,400 niles east of Adel
aind' 1,0(00 miles front Z tzii..r. They'
r.ice steeply, out of the anl. 'culninat-
fir in'he isle of Mi.e, which is .il.mut
3,000 feet above the level of the -v,-an
and is u'larly the center of Ith group:..,
Anll those s -I. nil- are of cora! growth.
The houses are built otf a sa eies f --
massivee,epral hewn into square blocks;,
which glisten like while ,n.i rI:e alid',
show tlichenslves to the utmost advan-
ttg, 'hu tihe various tinted g;len of thde
thick tropical poalins whose immense
fornhke leaves give pleasant and much
needed shade. These palms grow ad
high as 100 feet and more, overtop-1
ping both the house.i and the corar
built church. They line the seashore
and cover the mountains, foivring in'
many places extensive forests.

Gave ller Avwgt-.
"Did the father give tbJ6 bride
"I should ga'y he did. IHe got rat-
tled, and what do you think he said
as he handed her over to the bride-
groom? 'It is more blessed to give
than to receive.' "-Clevelant Leader.


4j There is no specific for
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 in good
health on one lung.

4j From time 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



and tolerate it for a long
time. There is no oil, not
excepting butter, so easily
digested and absorbed by the
system "as cod liver oil in the
form of Scott's Emulsion,
and that is the reason it is so
helpful in consumption where ,
its use must be continuous.

sample free.

NO. "L


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'The sr. 'Tarpon arrived from Car-
rabelle and Apalachicola at rnoon, 8
last Fiidav, and from Mobile and I
I'eracola at 11:20 a. m. yesterday. t
The ach r. Lucy tI. Arrived from
J'ensaeola Sunday alter noon with a
big load of freight for St, Andrew
and Nortdl l.ay parties. t
The motor schr. (leopatia arrived
froni Peniacola Monday morning
loaded down with height for St, Au-
drew and East Bav merchants.

F,.l';h[t lr IN ; '- .'IO')ON ER ,
F,,'.-^ 1 '".I

C1pacity 13 ton--Is prepared to deliver
Ijuaie?O at any ooint on St. Andrews
Bay at One Dollar and Pi'tv Cents per
thousand feet. l'atrinage soliielted. Ad-
dress L. C. DAVIS, Allantooi, Fla.

Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursions or rassi nger-; to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
in tUe event of bad weather. Terms reas-
onable. Also,
B A GE EM l11 A ;
Capameity 10,010 feet of Lumber will Ferry
Between F'arindale and Allamiton.on East
Bav and will deliver freight of every d--
heription-, including live stcek to any
point on St. A iidrews Bay. For particu-.
ia rs, address W. F. WooFyontD, Farm-
dale, Fla.

Makes regular trits between St. An-
arews B.ty and Pli'nsacola. Good passen-
get accommo(laitionsi and ,vpe'ial atlen-
tion p.inid t> bnandilng and carrying freightl
it reasnitalbte rates. For particulars ad-
dnras, L. M. WARE, Afgent,
St. Andrew, [laa.

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
E,. E. DNFORsD, Masita
l.eavmc St. Aindirtws ;a' y every Mondayt
leaves, ieualsatla every Thuiasday
* wp'n lthe r liei milliltg). 'Special atteii
lion ill i e gi 'vil to receiving andd
forwarding f'rei.h i tor li 'te rie ving oai,
.i:1i's and Nortih Ilay, i'aisseigea-rs lfor
... oilnI, oil either a rit n of lthe Itav can
de p ei. iipta H sec'rtitialg lprmpt trains-
-n I n I iriil' .at aI .t i hatePll rt e L'as-
n, S llt r ConZitiin i d.a% liViUS i soi. Expri-L 4
a ii al K. .u'a l T a '1'ae'iii, :,i.i.i l' tites. iurr
.t- kIll ,I tllf I I'lll- II i ,l\l o For,
' 1.. A I. \V~AaK. Gen. M.in:iager.

L A U A.
(. St'rit', Ilie East liay M ail Ieitweeni St.
Aialt'"w p Iha v WetIap|po' ai. d itaeri'edi-
ote iniaials. I,Qaves St. Anilrews daily
ixct'ept Saaindad y) at 6:010) a. ial.; arrive at
WV i'tppo a' t 1; ) l pt: Ill.; leave Wetappo
ut 1 :00 p. in.; arrives at St. Anidrows ait
1:30 p. Ill. Makes laidlungs regalilarly at
klarrisoa (Jtroliialiioi, I':a'kcr, 'itts-
airg, aiita I't l 'lii ilol I'reiilt lalin ded ai
ally postoflice whli; '. a Fo l|li si ll't 11n r and
freight rates, see i al- citi in I I e sitv-
raI |ostI ollia'Qrs. ,
P'a. A. WI'rii-tiutaiI. Malitager.

XA wVeek's Viellatier.
Fi-'e following table ives the aiaxi-
antumr, uininrimin and mean teminpera-
trires, hlie raitifl'll and direction of the
w i d, for tl.e twentat-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock |i Ili., as indicated by U. S.
0 veal'riaaII'taiat telf-registeriitg thormoin-
t te:s. Max:Min I Mcial.l.'i. W 'd
Nov. .22 (; 46 .53 .00 ne
23 71 410 :5 .00 lie
24 75 50 62 .00 s
5 2 71 54 63 .05 se
2 2(i 71 61 067 .12 sw
27 75 57 (16 .00 w
28 75i 60 68 .00 sw
F.or,'wctk.. -- 72 I 53 ( 63 I .17 I
Revival services will continue at the
Baptist church during the rem ainder of
the present week.
A Union Sunday School will be con-
ducted "every Sunday morning at 10
o'clock inlthe M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve-
nin at 8 o'clock in he M. E. church.
Everybody is cordially izivited to al1
of these services.
No Poisou in C(liamiiberlain's Cough
From Napier, New &ealand, Herald:
T",o years ago* the Pharmacy Board of
New South Wal, ,Australial, ad ai n-
Myvsis tiaId e of all the cough medicines
that were sold in that market. Out of
the entire list they found only one that
they declared wal cietirely free from all
poisons. T'l'is exc.p'tion was Chtmerlain's
Cough tRemnedy, made ),y the Chamber-
h i Medicinie Comp'iny, Les Moines'
lows, U. S. A. The alhsence of all narcot
its maakes this remedy the safest and best
that can lie had; and it is with a feeling
of security that any a.notbher can give it to
aer little ones. Cliambierlaiii's Cough
Remedy is especially r'cooitneiended by it
makers flor coughis, colds, ciroup, whoop-
i-ng cough. This remedy is lor sale by L.
AI. Wale, St. Andrew and Bayhcad and
all .aediciiie dealers.
A Friend.
A new definition of "friend" was
girvn by an English schoolboy the
other day in an essay: "A friend is a
person whc *knows all about you, and
likes you just the sarne'."
A fisaruees Sayuing.
Who aims at perf etlon will be above
mediocrity; who nimns at medlocrity
will be fIr' short of it.

People who claim to be blunt gen-
erally have thie sharpest tongues.-Boa-
ton Transcript.


-Wewahitchka News: Mr. J. A-
Bowen left Mondaiy for Millville with a
load of oranges faomn Mr. S. S. Alder.
man 's grove.
--Blank Warranty Deeds, short torm,
printed o%, good linen paper, 25c pert
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy

-Parker lodge No. 142 :~. & A. M. wil
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
o pai ticipate.
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so tine a
oun'ain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
ions of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-h L. Hancoch. who recently pur-
chased the H. E. Doxtader cottage ,on
Wilmot street, north of Lake Ware is
remodeling and reconsti acting the
building and converting it into a hand-
some modern dwelling-house.
-When you want a pleasant physic,
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They arc easy to tak and
produce no griping or other unpleasant
effect. Sold by L. M. Ware, St. An-
drew and Bayhead and all medicine
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrew B3av date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff. orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office.
-The mercantile business of W. H.
Parker & Co. at Parker is offered for
sale. If reasons are wanted for the
change, Mr. Parker says he has too
many irons in the fire. For particulars,
call at the store o.' address W. H. Par-
ker, Parker, Pla.
-It is nothing if not encouraging tod
have the boats running with some reg-
ularity again between St. Andrew and
Pensacola. Now, when we get caught
uo with delayed freights, we shall

again feel as though we are a portion
of the civilized world.
-Eviery man owes it to himself and
his family to mna'stcr a tratd' or profes-
sion. Read the display advertisement
of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,
in this issue-and learn how easily a
young man or lady may learn' telegra-
phy and be assured a position.
S-11 you are thinlting of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until'y6u bhav6 conferred with the prol
prietor of the BuOY. If youaic short of
,money and want to buy on longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-The latest issue of th'e EMfala Times
and News says that, while they have
not yet heard the puffing of an engine
on the B., C. &St.A. R.R., lho ties
are being strung along the route and
there are plenty of evidences of activi-
ty being displayed by the officials of
the road,
-The young people of ;St. Andrew
treated themselves' and their Millyille
guests, who came down with a large
delegation, to a delightful dance at
Ware'A Hall last Saturday night. This
being the opening wedge of the social
season, we may expect other events to
follow at short intervals.
-Why can't the cane-chewers of St..
Andrew toss their masticated pulp and
peelings off thesidewalks iuto the road-
ways, instead of dropping them be-
neath their feet on the walk? During
the cane-chewing season our ?idewalks
s look more like hog-pen floors than
respectable avenues for pedestrians,
until an accommodating wind removes
them and sets an example of tidiness
that the "chawers" might adopt with
credit to themselves,

The Exact Thing Required for Con-
f stipation.
"As a certain purgative and stomach
purifier Chamberlain's Stomach and
Livecr Tablets seem to be the exact thing
required, strong enough for the most ro-
bust, yet mild enough and "safe for chil-
dren and without that terrible gripingg so
comminim to most purgatives," says R. S.
Webster & Co., Udora, Ontario, Canada.
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and
BaTYheail aud all medicine dealers.
r 4e6 0M ,
Anthony Trollope as a Sehoolboy.
Sir William Gregory gave a picture
of Anthony Trotlope at Harrow school
that makes it evident why he was so
unhappy while there. "lIe was a big
boy," says Sir William, "older than
the rest of the form and without ex-
ception the- most slovenly and dirty
boy I ever met. He was not only
slovenly in person and in dress, but
his work was equally dirty. Hils ex-
- ercises were a mass of blots abnd
smudges. These peculiarities created a
great prejudice against him, and the
poor fellow was generally avoided. It
is pitiable to read his autobiography,
how bitter were his feelings at that
time, and, how he longed for the friend-
ship and companionship of "his com-
rades, but in vain. I had plenty of
opportunities of Judging of Anthony,
and I am bound to say, though my
heart smites me sorely, tor my unkind-
ness, that I did not dislike him. I
avoided him, for he was rde and nn-
couth, but I thought him an honest,
brave fellow. He was no sneak. His
faults were external. All the rest of
him was right enough. He might have
been a thoroughly bad young fellow
and yet have had plenty of associates.
He gave no sign of promise whatso-
ever, was always in the lowest part of
the form and was regarded by mas-
ters and boys as an incorrigible

tihe shlal o(itit fr n tcrmr ha> l or ;a

tiiou'1g, bohalIi11::' will U5('li yi)utbe
In at~nli 1tL')k mf ul on(,' ,our finl
gera ]i. I lin of:' 11 s'wcIi n21 I k 1

f On, ,c i' hei lfniiUar tcs' which
(i (h*ni;t r'(.otilze7 the l)pi'e-ence of
t'a int' is. ohe. )ohor of garlic given off
v,-hen ont of It compounds is heated in
lie -." i-l fl:in:e. The sarie sell of
S"rlie isrproduced when certain fungi
grow on su'ibstances contalli!i._; arsenic.
And it 1-. lnutYr..-tiWu to note that one
spicslcs of fun'an 1-.i found to accom-
plish thts feat of chemical analysis
more effectively when it is grown in
connection with yellow algal cellh- In
otherr words,, when it forms the plant
association' known as lichen. The
ibove method of detecting arsenic
seems si- poisoning where ite substance is mixed
with organic matterwhich would form
a suitable medium for 'the culture of
hle fungus. "

....... NEEDED
Annually, to 111i the n0'ew positions crle-
ated by Railroad amn Telegraph Com-
ponies. We want YOUNG MEN and LA-
D)IE. of good habits to
We furnish 75 per cent of the Opera-
tors and Station Ag'ents in Ametrica.
Our schools are thC lar)'est exclusive
Telegraph Schools in the World. Eatab-
lished 20 years and endorsed by all lead-
ing Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every stu-
dent to-furnish him or her a position
paying from $40 to $60 a month in states
east of the RHocky Mountains, or from
$75 to_?100 a month in states west of the
Rockies, immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at any time. No
vacations. For full particulars regard-
ing- any of our Schools write direct to
our executive office, Cincinnati, 0. Cat-
alogue free.
The Morse School
of Telegraphy,
Cincinnati, 0. Buffalo, N. Y.
Atlanta. Ga. LaCrosse, Wis.
Texarkana, Tex San Francisco, Cal.

does as I has to-hire a white woman." I immediately commenced to improve, and
-Llppincotts. f m l now I feel like a new woman, and wish to

DO YOU GET UP recommend it to all sick women, for I
H A AC know it will cure them, as it did me."
WITH A LAME BACK '. Cardui is pure, medicinal extract of
Kidney Trouble Makes You miserable. FELY vegetable herbs, which relieves
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserablefraky, describng female pains, regulates female
Almost everybody who reads the news- your syiaptoms. We will functions,tonesuptheorgans
papers is sure to know of the wonderful consider your case and give h lth
A I cures made by Dr. you free! advice (in plain sealed to a proper state of health.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, envelope. Don't hesitate, but Try it for yOur trouble.
the great kidney, liver write t ay. Address: Ladies' Ad- rv dy lt rells it.
r y LL and bladder remedy, i visory kept., The Chattanooga Medi- EVery truglgst tUs i
It is the great mzdi- doe Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. in 1.0 O e.
cal triumph of the nine-
teenth century; dis-
covered after years of W ,"
Sentific research by Notice of Application for Tax Deed
S. nent kidney and blad- Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida.
--w der specialist, and is Notice is hereby giket that J. II. Drummond, holder of Tax Certificates,
wonderfully successful in promptly curing Nos. herinift-r named, dated the 3d day of June, A. D. 1902, has filed s ,id certifi-
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trcu- catins :i otice, and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance
b'es and Bright's Disease, which is theworst wi law. ai, certificates embrace the following described prop rty, situated in
form of kidney trouble. Wa-hinltoB iinty, "lorida, to-wit:
Dr. Kilmer's Swamip=Root is not rec- ., Assf.a ..,
ommendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekid- Lc- tr- ,.-erItI'. Sec. Tp. s, R. w. .roert sed
nay, liver or bladder trouble It will be found. '. al .. t' a'.Serty ....... .. .....w. property o4
,ustthe remedybodd u. lthlbefedo\u.' *.' less) acres (65 acres)..4 4. 14 Unknown.........
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private m t .ad 10 blk 14......a 33 3 15 Unknow > ..
practice, among the helpless too poor tcpur- Ii a,a7 Ind ,hk 15i *.........> t : 3 15 LU know l.....
"-hase relief and has proved so successful in 18.................... 3 3 15 UL M Known ......
very case that a special arrangement has 131 lot 3, bik 18................... 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
been made by which all readers of thispaper 132 ].. 7 and 8, blk 21 ...........,8 35 3 15 Unknown .........
vho have not already tried it, may have a 134 1,. a.,d 9, blk 7 ............ swt: 36 3 13 Unknown .........
arnlple bottle sent'free by mail, also a book 1T lots 5 and 8, blk 31............ 35 3 15o know ..........
selling more about Swamp-Root and how to 18 55 tru of i...............s 36 3 15 Ukow...
.ind out if you have kidney or bladder.trouble, 110 lot blk 7 .. ....... n 1 4 15 Elifs hlwarads......
.Vhen writing mention reading this generous ,blk 15, 'less lots 14, 15 and 16.. ne 1 4 15 T. G. Tri t.......
;,fer in this paper and 146 lots',4 to 5, and 12 to 17, bhlk 2-1.nei 1 4 15 Ulikuown ...... . .
fe r in this papdress toand 152 lot 1 blk 16..................nwi 1 4 15 "J. E. Rohertson.....
nd your nar&Co., ing-. 154 lots 6, 7, 11, 12 anmd 13, 1)lk 16. nw 1 4 15 J.. 8. Boyd.........
Nr. c &..BTh -- 155 lots 10,17 and 18, Illk 16 ...... anwi 1 4 IF Unknown .........
.a'r ffty centhed omeo wnp-Root 56 lots, to 16 and 18, hk 17..... tw 1 4 15 Unknow a .. ...
'res are sold by all good druggists. The said land heinag assessed at the date 01 the issuance of said certificatee in ite
Don't make any mistake, but rernem- names l( eLiatled with each certificate. Unlc(-s said co-tificates shall oe redeemed
b o the name., Swamp-Root, Drbutem. Kil- accordug to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 6th day of December, A. i.
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address, 1905.
Binrhamton, N. Y., on every bottle. 90L. .] Witne's2 my official signature and seal this the 26tli day of October,
A. A.D.1905 W, C. LOCKEY, Clerk Circuit Court,
of Wasbington County, Floridi
The Other Way Around.
"It seems -to me," exclaimed Aunt
Rachel, *"you two are always quarrel-
Ing when I come Inu!"W e N1 8 p 0Ou 8 1
n the contrary, Never Da'am!appont" vocferur Patient
ate l the masculine end of the domew;tif We Fulfill Every Promise and Never Hold Out False Hopes,
,,.trvery. "You a always happen W Strtature without the knife or bougLe and Varicocele Tthout
antlrersy. Iou alUay airn n WE CUREl pain or detention from business; Contagious Blood poison
when we're quarrellngl"-Chicago Trib- cured ever to return, without mercury or mineral mixture; Loss of Manly nl
Vigor Potsitively cured; no stimulant Ibut permanent.
Une The Dr. King Medical Co. Is an institution organltedunder tbhe
laws of the state of Georgia for the treatment and oure of all
The to ho nte nervous and chronic diasases. Dr. N. K. KinF, the founder of
The animals to whom nature ha \ this institution, Is the chief consulting specialist, being assisted
given the faculty we cal l cunning (* \ by a staff of eninen t pyosiciaus and sTorne<. I
given the faculty we cal e1in ,-, Oursuccess Ian the treatment of chronic distas$a is unnumpas- A
know always when to ne it, and use Bled ; wen se both medical and elootrcal agencies.
know always butwhen to se it, send use to Our ocesanoequipped with all the galvanic, faradic batter- r
It wisely, but when man descends to l. lea, X-ray, violet ray, and Finsen ray: In fact, every eiectricai i'
cunning he blunders and betrays. ,'I contrilanco known to the medical prufessian. O'ar sanitariumis ;
,eu r d a modern in every respect, and we employ ,none but the best
trained and citicient attendants, regularly qualified graduates
S Lt otlr "'- and licensed physicians being in charge.
on Lost Mother. We employ no. misleading means to secure patients ant
Consumption runs in our fKamily, Kand T,. patronage--no 0.0. D.'s or unasked for literature are. sent oult
"Conumption runs in our family, and bythis lnstution. Our terms for treatment average from W5.00 :
through it I lost my mother," writes E. I to$10.00 per mon tie ,n(modices inoluled) and we give theasiur--
B. Reid, of Harmony, Mo. "For the past MY EST REERENCE IS. CHROeC DISEASES. m cesfully ret anderma"
five years, however, on the slightest 0 t, iIkW AR 4 f7D such as Kidney and Bladder troubles, Rheurnatimin,
s g noa cugo a cl, av tk WLLl4 Rupture, Hydrocele, Drains. Losses, etc., and all Privte.
sign of a cough or a cold, I have taken UNTIL CURED. Diseases, Tumors and malignant troubles. Catarrh of thb
D --. -",eDsvrf orC -.up Nose, Throat, Head and Lungs. Diseases of Eye and EHr,
Dr. King'sNew Discovery for Consump- N. K. ING, M. D. Chronic Disanses of Women, such as Displacernenib,
tion, which has saved me from serious !SICIAPI. Unuatural Discoargs, and such wea^s o m
tion, which has saved m rom serious Lus to-day regarding your condt ion if you are sick or iaflcted. On re.~ 'nt we
lung trouble." His mother's death was W r ieratue, c tm blas fr hme treamnt.
a sad loss for Mr. Reid, but he learned C ONSULTATION, XAIN*TION AN ADVlCEr FI '1 -..
that lung trouble must not be neglected C., rt li. | *,.. : : -
t~unwL uuif nogU1CVal'1U rr-ni1=R

anu iow to cure it. Quickest re ie anui
cure for coughs and colds. Price, 50c
and $1: guaranteed: at A. H. Brake's
store. Trial bottle free.
Red Sea Pearls.
Pear.1 fisheries, of which the world
hears little, but which constitute a con-
siderable industry, are carried on at
the Lohia islands, in the lower end of
the Red sea. Very few of these pearls
find their way to European or Ameri-
can markets, because the local demand
almost absorbs the output. Pearls are
the most popular of all gems among
the inhabitants of India. and Arabia
and It is seldom that a native woman
of any social position is seen without
pearl ornaments of some kind, either
finger rings, earrings, or rings for the
nose, and even the feet.

Si St. Adrw& Gulf

* >~.'. 0,

Tuesday, 8:: 1). n.
\VWedrlu day. 4:00 p. in.
\V'ednesday, 2:W0 p. in.
Thursday, !):0t0 a. iu.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. in.
h'riday. 10:00 a. m.

7TE A M:


Mob ile,

('arrabe lie.
t. Anld lew,
I~lill yul(e.

Wednesday. 8:00 a. m
\Wednesday,|10:00 a. m
Thursday, 0:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:00 a. m.
Friday, 2:00 a. inm.
Friday, 4:00 a. nm.
Friday, 11:30 p. n).



,i a ij 1i ilill l t-! t I, lil. 1,.l t ;* X1
thLe ,heil w.as quite closed, thlinling he s
wjuiid open it itag.in. Few >ys can
succeed. They usually have hard pull-
Ing to get their l1ng'rn f:'en. A big (
nmus.~el can bite harl. Were It not o
that the edge of the iAhell, In big speci-
mens, ts smooth and thick, a boy might a
get his fingers cut to the bone.- St.
Herb W. Edlwardn Injured.
Herb W. Edwards (,f De Moines, I.' t
got a fall on an icy wnlk last winter,
training his wrist and bruising his
knoes. "lThe next day," lie says, 'they
were a're and stifl, I was afraid I would
have to stay in bed, but I rubbed thiom
well with l hamirlail's Pain Balm and al-
ter a few applications all soreness had
disapoeated." For sale by L. M. Ware, St.
Andrew and Bayhead and all medicine

: \\'n.:hitoal als well as in other elt-
?0.r". It hn.'i searched long and
: io" fairly rod general scrv-
it, (.o'!'it! t ci ', and al t last in de-
:,, ';'.1:- stoppeol an elderly colored
,1: in \-h,) loo'ced as if she might
.-o 1w'u i on- of lho antebellum house
v;'vt., id tli before a reliable one,
J iadi' knvwvln iher wants.
"I want a girl who is trusty and a
otod cook. I a:m1 willing to put out
:,otst of our laundry work and to give
air wtig'bu, but so far I haven't been
,bl' to eu:g.ige one," said Mrs.' I.
-Don't you know of some one whom I
'an got ?'
"'Deed, no, lady, I don't," was the
"Oh, dear," sighed Mrs. R., "what
shnll I do?"
"I i1,inn. fuh shawv lady. lIess'n vou


Cooking a nid ating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial baskets, Suits, Etc.


[Successor to V. Brock.]

acTead.qe"ters for

4 <-y IR c6 CisiIg, h ,s".lZN lions
Sr.- i oi n
q L1 "W. man

W e Pay the Freight on a'l Goods except Flour, M&aI
god Feed to any Postoffice on the Bay.






Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner V'ashington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


T'iis is inll my3' l' lPatrons' IntI erest as 1 wel! as miiy ownII.
('onil'jlic Your'self of th is~ ii t

w .A- ?.. y i ,"
0 0 L 6 A .1'
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Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets a

Iot.!ing, Gents' and Ladies'



Prof. 11owarIl of the Missouri Sltate Agricultural (College says: "I al- AN Ti t ai F
vise American farmers to cultivate Giltseng. Big profits are realized., t 1.i A.. N- B" DEI I V E H ) A'T
is a hardy plant and is easily grown." A bulletin issued by the Ponniyi- [ P
vania State College in part says: The supply of native Giai seng root is p EIL -K" SS OY the x. a !a
rapidly diminishing, and the piico per poindl is.correspondingly increasiig. W lm U -
while the constant demand for the drug in Chiiia stands as a guarinu of a lli h
a steady market for Ginseng -n the future.'' CXuastil Genio alR Ribleeo Dbeecf -Lod in
Hong Kong says in the U. S. Consular PRmports: "The sale of GinAiscg rn t (tWoolsey's 12 -9ilg fipii
e'-own in America is veiv largo here and tihe denia'd is so gr>at that (mu ch l
more could be disposed of avniitageously. Thie root is as iindispnaC l to 'On jj.L !I
thelhaur hundred million Chinese as is theci riee." p -
Ginseng is a staple on the market tile aimIe as corn, whel'it anl ct- --_ .
toll. The pi'esoait market poicc va' rie r it '0t J o ti ,'U ;>'r lItnniI, F O r i '
while the cnstof producing is le.-s tlhani $I.,0l It i e; v to gl, t il it-
quires veiy little round. An aceio of InIa.at)Iei! (Jincll-'i i t; w t . t -
There is room in one's garden to) grw sa', vetial l t,lret' lilars w m b -, .
year. The plant thrives throw ghlout the a Uni- le, Staties aniid C(an; a int v SA'E IS '] .
soil or climnite that will grow garden v.eg taltl \\e s ll M oII itoi ,it ,...;is 1( JUIL OX ". 'S L I ,: COU". ..
fur planting purposes anIl,can show vonu itw to lnakei leUonav i'rin ;:- l
seng. Tihexe are two planting seasonls, St- ling an 1 fall \\ 'h i each(,Iti I, r i 0
we give you full instrueti ns how to plant and cl' ro to r m lti' garii. -
can get a good start in the business f(,t a t:n:;ill ai s n I 'i a hi.t i tit "" i" '"
income. Send a two cent. stamp today for literattnie telliag all alonut this 4 L I ... ..,.aA, ........'.
wonderful industry.. | For five of these cotloi)oa and sixty cents li
3U oCiaH A~' c* r A' -'N ; office we will uratisi you a lb;uitiful tinis , 33U3&=A~ xis~cc rt-1 u Ien,. 1ha cots'a, It.,ail .1,50. Thle pen
GROWERS AI0D EXPORTERS, inept' anu sm i l ati'u ti o lntuIfa.t%,,7
ZANESVILLE,. OHio. !''.. j. ,a ., a..a'....*. E. 1 *5 b. e,. .,

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ind Twines, Salt,

' Furnishings.

Y's HATS,:h.:-

rlIail Orders!

Gladly Sent

o We Are

t mV,1)'ii ( t 1t0il B

t. Soit Gold Fount-
is com(ll (to With box and
an, n' a etnuened to
(.'*. t OUPON.(

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- ~i~ :- 1 IPE8

Blind Headache

"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of
1123 Broadway, Augusta, Ga., "I suffered with
blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get
no relief until I tried

Woman's Relief



-- I



It is a dangerous point in any man's
career when he feels sure of his posi-
tion or his fame; Overconfidence is
the first sign of` a decline, the first
symptoms of deterioration. We do our
best work when we are struggling
for our p itiln. when we ere trying
with all our might to gain our ambi-
tion, to aitai' i tit which the heart
longs for.-- .'- Magazine.

Pensacola to St Andrew and Millviile. $5.00U.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Ceii rabi llr. $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apala'chicola, $5.00.
Pensaoola to Mo)bile, ,.2.50.

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

A G. Ga E ,
GenCit ... c 10 e-I Ite-iti a.-i

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tial 1 and

Tu sa. ,Nv 0 m


br, Tea, 1 lb
S' ii ula ed .. 6t He No....... 5.5
Collee,A ... 5%1 Gunpowder.. 40
't brown ..... 5 Uncol'"l Jap.40-60
fiolWee, Cond milk, can
*ee .. 1 2@20 Ui sweetn.'. 10
SArb e,l2-15 Sweetened .... 10
singerr snaps 3t12. 5 making powder
.rackers, sodai 10 lR yal ...... 50
SPol'aic o, pl g .20a-6 Cai nphell. ..10
-laisiis k Canned fruit
Lo, lo. t ayers.8-15 Peaches .... 0: 20
V alencia ... .. 8 To atoes. S. 12
t . .. Apples ....... 10
kpplcs 1 E ars........... 5
S evaporated .. 1 Plums ......
Dried Peacthes 8 Apricot ...... 10-20
".ol Oil pr al... .20 Strawberries... 20
t, ..i e .. .. .. *2 Pine.ipple -. .10-;21
4 N 1 .. "p -j-,i"nne 4 e "
S, ey ......... 15 ost 0 e1l.- 12 .
S ?ine, r_. ..... .".. 3 3 Coriine lhe 121
Unes,- p .... 18 Chipped BeeflO-2
S tulit.,er ... 2o35 l-ohster ..... 1.12
O le'i^ argeriIue.. 18 Salmon.. 10@15
. . .. .... 7-10 banned Vegetables
.. ean............ 5 Baked Pleana,.. 1
Sodoaut kg. -. 1 Corn ........ 10@15
Jelly, glhsis n Peas.. 0. .... . 10
Lite J iC. . p'umpk i ..... 1
Fggs per doz... "Q

Star of th 2.3 I). S. pr l I....11
Bacon Sides.....
Obelisk...... 3.25 U ni Side..
Uorn Meal prI lu'10-c Fresh ....... 1
Sat Meal pr lb ... 5 Br 'kf'st V iac' 1 -22
Corn perl n ..7m5a-00 Ham canv's'd 1.5-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... I1
-ris ... 1 40 Beef
Z e Iyl V 'se seed 1.60 Corned....... 8
v Sweet. .. 60(075 Fresh ........ SA
Salt, pr aek... ;.00 Dried. 2.....
Ta lle ........ a Milk pr (p ...... lo
1 A l .D W A ItE.
Nails, Per %4 2161 Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6( Hoes, elach .... :15a5
Manilhi, rope... .9al2opper paint, can 50
tv uve uok,.. Sa'25 Linseed oil, gai.55(b0
Pipe, per joint 18
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ........5a5-.
SSheetings ... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40
Muslin ....... 9a.l Thlread per spol( 5
Jea. s 1....... 15a45 Shol s, ladies..$1 a2 75
SKtra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40i:300
-tH.y pr cwt. .75al.u5 Oats ti bu ....... 60
.. . ........... 1.25 Brick pr M ... .13 0(,
Xope Sisal .... 7@9 Lime pr h i.... 75

; ... 10i. i. 2)> \ a ,ut- .. . .. 7;o
,' e onKi . 2 i Aii' l id n ....... 1

I p' I. p ..i (.'o enej d pI t .. 20c
Il V B STOC' K -- T
S lui: $til50 owi.. s. i:,
SWiI.t 50.,$17t5 Hlogs...... .10 8,-$3 ,
')xen pr yoke $65 Sheep ..... ... ...

C ,eckius'eiteh 40a.50 Geess each. 45 50
Turk y -.... 75al.OO1")Ut.. ... 2.a5(m

r ,hjli Salt '
S llet p du 25c 'Mlllet pr 1I1,1 5.50
r : rut .. .. ., 2.5 Ti lt ........ 5.50
omipaiio pr lit. 6 Pompiinb.. 10.00
S Stu:rgeon ...... 10 -.,Mackerel *.. 8.01)

loring, Ceiling
. H.art, mn....l14.0 Hearl, i...$1 4.00
F $'1ce 4 ,.. l2I)0 Face . 12.0(1
... 10,00 Sap .. 10.00
: rop s'aing, I Cliploards,
Heanrti ace 'Pi 14.00 t/ x6 in. in.. ..,$- .2 00
Sat "4 10.00 Finishing hlum-
Bulf lumber. 8@12 ber,d. $12(@15.00
I art shitnglesa, 2.50 Lath, ? ... 2.00
Srs ,1.50 Boat lumibher,
d .ted .... $20

Beware ot Ointments for Ca-
tarrlh that Coi ttai Mercury
as meacury will surely destroy the sense
of smell ani completely derange the whole
system when ent !ring it through the mu-
cous surfaces. Such articles should
never he used except upon prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they do is ten fold t the good you can
possibly derive from them, Hall's Ca-
tarrh Oure, manufactured by F. J. Uheney
S& Co.,Toledo, O., contains no mercury
and is taken internally, acting directly
upi n the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure he sure you get the ge nuine. It is
t' aken internally and made in Toledo.
Ohio, bv F. J. Cheney & Co. Testinoni-
ls' t.raiy ee .. '
Sold by Druggists, Price 75c. per bottle
Take tdall's Famimly Pills for conustipa-
tio r.' '

At the great festival of the New
Tear held in Lassa the "dance of the
gods" is performed in the presence of
the grand lama. A long cable of twist-

ed leather thongs is stretched from a
bigh point In the battlements of the
lama's palace to the plain below, and
two men slide from top to bottom, ly-
ing on their chests and spreading out
their arms as If to swim. The tremen-
dous rapidity of the descent is fre-
quently fatal to the dancers, but there
are never wanting fanatics who will
undertake it In the hope of a happy
transmigration or adventurers attract-
ed by the value of the- reward offered
Zy the court.
S Mastcal Flh of Ceylon.
I Every bay and inlet on the coast of
Ceylon abounds with musical fish.
Their song, if it can be called a song, is
not one sustained note like a bird's, but
a multitude of tiny, soft, sweet sounds,
each clear and distinct in itself.' some-
thing like thb v'i...itlons .f a wl-uglass
when its I4m is rV:bbd witim the In' -
4eri..1 finger. In tlie harbor t .B'>m -
?bay, India, there Is a f sh vw-ith 1, ong
like .tho sound produte( d by an aeolian
One Qualleftation.
"Yes, my boy's got a posltionp n a
bank, and he's going to be president
of that Institution some day."
"Bright. eh?"
"Well, sir, he can sign his name so
that no one can possibly make out the
I ulgnature."-Philadelphia Ledger.

'.Special report to the Buoy. t.io ;:i Oi t Kir ue, brother of Mrs. W. A.
SW TIompki ns has invented a ;) ', xv. !. l 'I~Ii ly o ('1 ,n( .iripi )imf ,4,,,i, ne which works in ,I,,'. i, ;,. im.ne, 11iii le t. wig- Holstien, UGerm an\,
.1 election. He is a pleased with \ I ... v. v r- o ,- ri yi in Anijdrew last Thlur.d

iii.s invention as a little boy with a


Mali's U iriasonalleness
is often as greaLt as womnan'i. But Thos
S. Au.stin. Mgr. of th,) R(epublican, of
Leavenwoi th,I nd., was not nlllreaboina-
ble, wflien he refused to allow the doe.
tot's to operate on his wife fol female
trouble. "Instead." he savs, "wo ecol.
crluded to try Eleetric Bitters. My wife
was then so sick she could hardly leave
her bed, atid five [5] physicians had fail-
ed to relieve her. After taking Electric
litters she was perfectly cured, and
can now perform all her household du-
ties." Guaranteed by A. H. Brake,
price- O:;.

Mrs. Gouih. iL, Here's some ple, but
gi ot a dinner f.on me yesterday.
W\hy' don't you .learn some trade?
'raminp--l have learned one, ma'am.
'in a retoucher.
SA Chip.
Markley--That boy of your is very
much like you. Borroughs-Do you
think so? Markley-Yes. He asked
me for a quarter today.
"I Thl ank thle Lord,"
cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock,
Ark., for the relief I got from Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful run-
ning sores, which nothing else. would
heal, and from which I had suffered for
5 years." It is a marvelous healer for
cuts burns and wounds. Guaranteed at
A. H. Brake's store; 25c.

The White .of an Egg.
The whilte of an egg is made up of
little cells filled with albumen. By
creating the white these cells are rup-
tured, and oxygen from the air is in-
closed, which gives the white and light
appearlrace to beaten eggs. The white
of a stale egg will not inclose as much
oxygen, will not be as light and as
easily digested as that of the fresh
egg and, of course. less valuable. The
importance of beating the egg In cold,
pure air is readily seen.

Iftyou haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keepyour
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take

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


Real Estate Agent,


Is prepared to list property
for sale and pay taxes or
collect rents for non

Terms Reasonabie.
WiITL l X 0 aRe

now jacknite. When last intelview-
ed llupon tlie subject he said that, next
yer hlie expects to attach the ma-
chine to the cane and save the ne-
ceosit (of, stripping the calle in the
the field. Oiti man1i will be able to
strip the cane and giind it as well.
As Japanese cane is very habd to
.-trip, this machine will remove one
op the greatest obstacles in the way
of growing Japanese cane.
It ainy people of any land ,or clime
will have rea-on to rejoice, it is the
people of St. ndiews Bay. because
ol tlie new-railroad, which will re-
lieve us froin bondage in the way we
are obliged to be put oft with freight
and express. Let us all turn out and
have a great ekebration when the
railroad gets to ,he Bay.
Our old pastoro, R". 'T. L L. Gil-
liit, '.'ti-ied ,i-, Sunday and lprencii'el,
or .us twi 'iJ' l church was crowd-
e.i.hiid everyone was delighted to seo'
aiS smiling ,fae'o and Jiave a good,
hearty -haiin -shakl:e.
Calvin Tompkiis has coinienced
cutting his sugar-c;nite.
Mr-<. Wills of li:yhelad was visit-
ing her h ieter, Mis. E W'. Tomipkins,

Mr. and M'rs. Jaimes Spiva are tlhe
gue'.ts of IM!s. *Spiva's parents. Mr.
r'd M rs. J.. 7. oniigblo'd.
Th'l'em ws a p;irty at J. S. Books'
la-t Friily e v ni g, ivolln by tile
.mil i |('<4 l, o(t ilie pl It'. All Iiadl a
in ,, t ('el ig 1, t l t i, n .

i g1 hi.s sl('l b! 'i t ,, i :. ; i t, I enC i -
S elits b!y tjin, on v it \ i k.
Jndge 3[-sh'r i having: 'sider-
ble demand !or ,is icic l .-I vice,
but all 'p tie' -, ,i i ', i, to n it
and canipmoi iuI.
Mr. H!,dges anl s,, it,)) fmVANif \
are looking up) thie contrv here ioww
and are guests of M.-, and Mis. Stu-
debaker. They speuk imost'favora-
bly of our1 jlace.
Messrs. Bovis and Stevrn, o)f,.\liil-
ville were callers i at M'shei' Suni;y.
E Moshier is on the sick li.yt agpi,.
and spent a vc y biad night, Sat ri y
W. Geddes is pieparying to luild
onil the Pratt ten-clre lot in l Croiman-
ton, -whiih he has piucha.a'd.
Hunters. or sports are getting
most too careless ,about tlhe wray the
shliof-aljng lihe Bi. A f ew 'h"
will make them more careftil,

In many of ti p ,':' of lhe I :
to'nth co( tr ,oi of iion s.,'- a t a
of reli, s:'t f.r wi/ ou nW'l '. ) di ihi
wrh:t of a noi)e ta'ne'. TiI-; was '
to cover 1le i )'n,-k or f .:liil the flic:-
tion of th, 11 t '., ro!l to it WI .f .
att;chel d ;l s1 1ltli i ;i ;;n ii' I lO il O' .
;id C; -I 5 i |, h :-.;* ; [ ;.:,-j. 'J ?-'

of a psinl;' p o(,o' : t 1 '
silk lin 'd ,i r1. i 'u; :, i .. f-, ( .i-h-
ed "Iith g'ht orl .,iiv 1 '^ ] c:. %,:[, 1 ;-;i'
stonoi By 1 t., f ,* : :;
L.atve )OtOc rl,' I' i. : he n : iry
.adjunuf of fashion.

a ,Oct. 9, 1905.
Tarpon, last t'.p froim a business er- Notice is hereby given that tle: fotl-
rand to replenish his alreaVd exten- lowing named settler has filed notice ( o
0 his intention to niako commutatlion
hive stoa'k of holiday mor-clandise. proof in Support (of his claiii. and 1iiat
v. J M. Coinway left on ti saidl proof will be :n-ado before the Clerk
.of thq Circuit Court atVel cnon, F a., on
l arpJ-n, Fiday', toi attend the annual Dec. i,,, 1905, viz:
M. E. Conference at Boaz, Ala. JOHN CLARK,of Anderson, Fla.
lId 33875,1"for the swi of ec 174, tp l1 r.
Mrs. May ,Johnson iand young *14 75 t of ee
child, who for some months have HU names thie following lwitn,'sses to
tproo his continuous residence upol)
heen visiting, with hl r p.:teits, here, inp cultivation of said land, viz.:
Mr. and Mis ,1:" Br, inatd .V J. Gur'ainous, Alex. Welcher,
. J nad o, ]rn.y Young and Lewis Jloyd, all of
t',ok 1: '-;a.:e oin llt e ',',i- Anders(n, Fla.
',,, Fria a ', to, her s ai 1', it W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
I ., ) 0 i. 1hir SIl Mr, '. -'PEditor's fee p id.


as T medicinee

Their Wonr fid Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Kidneys
and Blood.
Lemons ate li7.-,ly used by'The
Mozley Lemon 1., -i r Company, in
compounding their Let.ro:, Elxir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indi estion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Co Is, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, lblotches, Pimples,
all Impurities o{ the -Bood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, t:h fIr'e Great
Cause of all Fata Diyewses.
IOAMEN, 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 to themselves. 50c
and $1.oo per bottle at

"One Dose Convinces."

Mother-Tommy, I don't like to have
you play with boys who are bad. Tom
my-But the good boys are no good
mamma.-Chicago News.

Chronite Cae.
"Has your wife complained very
long?" asked the doctor.
"Ever since we were married," re-
plied Meekly sadly.

A Disastrous Calamity,
It is a disastrous calamity when voi
lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. Kinuw'
New Life Pills. They buihl up your (di
gestive organs and cure headache, -liz
ziness, constipation, etc. Guarrrnteed a
A. H. Brake's score; 2.)e.
-~ w-~ww. -

home in 'Pen-

Mis. A. If. Brake left on the Tar-
,lon last 'ridlay, en lrotte i'or her for-
ineri Notlihern home, Boiarniieville,
Olhio. -
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Ayars', wbo
hav lepent the past s:il:ii,n r at Mil-
t,)n ,Junction, Wis., retained od -the
larpon, yesterday. 'lThey- were ac-
companied by- Mr. Avari' father kind
expect to remain heie peimianently,
hereafter and will occupy their P-eatrl
Bayou'hlome, -
Mr. and Mrs. Peiley \Vilkn-i took
pussag on the Taipon, Fid.lay for
their home in Mobile,'- -:

When you Haye a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not only
give quick relief but effect 'a permanent
You want a remedy t'at ill reiieve the
lungs and keep expectoratioinLeasy.
You want a remedy that will countcr-
act any tendency toward pneumonia.
Yiu- want a remedy that -is pleasant
aind safe to take. -
Chlam.berlain's Cough .Remedy meets all
cf these requircnenls and' for the speedy
and permanent ciu#e 6f iad colds stands.
e without a peer. For sale bv L. M, Ware,
St. Andrew a-td Bavhead and all medi-
, cine dealers

Main Point Setaed.
"They have called two doctors in for
I consultation."
d "And do the doctors agree?"
- "I believe they have agreed upon the

If you neglcct your business and
.u lave a riv:'l v,-ho attends to his, look
*n <;ui.- At-,. lis .,n Globe.



Faizis t c c Gray
t I 5.' .1Color.

'L r --^ -- ._CATALOGUE
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Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.I
Taxes Paid an l Rents Collected '
for Non-Re idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.

or. ..~-, .. n,-r,. a.

%e*1 / I 'i.V'ifig of words and willdo aswe any. We
'~-te be the 1,.'-~p'4. Whiskey, House and the
i%~~~ -.' ~dhi~dr '~~ Iovi-ern in thle euth. All the
-~ ~.* ,~ n'-ejNe Vhist.'y we s-lil geiful-thiere's via bad,
iI 'It '.414041 i1'ta ..ierute ift thuy riew how-they are 4too
Pi1 .lo, 4eirIs' otd ruLdg leuding fi nd
~ -. S,- ll-.o.-4.--wni'1k4y and lewa~ter than
1 0*F 11'Year 0id" AV.1.1 -v Is
i-m' -. by h .,w.4 p-4-pl~e in the ri 'u of
-In -- l-I-st-IC colpcr _,1 .i-. '-1 Sil '-a' --i -
"1l-t ra'e 'vl i ikeyv is sold at A 6. 4qI t t.- 411. 4 10
II Y ~. -. 4j 44f itIi y bet o r (Ion "Ca sper's 11 1 1rf, i.
--'0li by t.luK. WOIh- ItI' 4 4. i4tal 0 of~)
-ati o ri ki I'a ii k r i d tiie Ii 1'' f-",-Srv I s- I g Ifnk
f i-5.~'.ill 34yon0our'wo'd is gucxI. To Iutrotince tlit-o old,
- ,.ve ofe 'r four Fll Quarts or 'C.pr- it
rcw I' w saimp;- F A1- 011k 0 e16, one ear old-a cork-
Ii~ I ..1i'ing 1.14*iv-Ii for *2.il5. 'f :. 9Oisent we
Ii-- ''. ilve and put in fi-ee One Full Quart Extra.
'--- thilewhiskey onty 7 *34(9Old. ar-i WHit' "Ctie
1! ~ '- i i vefree (cork lrW4 i-inking glas~s., (an1d';ain-
-d'. O X4'.6 vitait ') o.144tI-ktto 1I1iidelte ('O~iten i.', &Ind
,..at ri-c..Tliiv -rs "IM't of Texas, Kttnsaes I,LNebraska
____ I I A,-- pet, 0 04art extra,
.A"lf' THE CASPER 'CO. (Inc.)
NURih C",L!_ It 11 N A L; M N. -'

LNotice of Aiplication for T'ax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4S88, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that C. C. Liddon
& Co., purchasers of T.ix C,'rtificato No.
10. dated the 6th day of Julv, A. )>. 1903,
has filed said certificate in my office, aid
has made application for tax deed to issue
in accordance with law. Said ecrlificat(o
embraces the following described proper-
ty situated in Washington county Flori-
di, to-wit: nc1 of net of section 17, tp.
4n, r. 12w. '-The- faid land being ases.d
at the date of the issuarcc of such certili-
ciate in the name of Unknown Unuess
said certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will iisue thereon on
the 251l day of November. A 1;)05.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. S.] this the 19th day of October. A. n.
19t)05. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Florida

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of C chapter 4S88, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that C, W. Cox,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 88,
dated the 6th day of July, A, n. 1303, has
filed said certificate in my.office, and has
made application for tax deed to issue
in accordance with law. SaTd certificate
embraces the following described proper-
ty situated in Washington county, Flori-
da, to-wit: The nv of the sei ot thc set
of sec. 13, tp. 2s, r l2w. The said land
being assessed at the date-of the issuance
of such certificate in the name of Un-
known. -Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to ltw. tax deed will
issue thereon on the 25th day of Novem-
ber. A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L s.J this the 19th day of October,
A. ). 1905.
Clerk Circuit court,

Chiarnninu the Ants.
Tho mistress of a house In Imlla has
to deal with stramug" servant., pictu{r-
esque creatures whose minnid.s are bent
at every point by the traditions oft
caste or custom. (Chota Chlnkidar was
a tiny night watchman employed by
Cornelia Sorabji because he had, chob
sen that occupation. But by day he
helped her do her gardening and after
burying seeds would rush eagerly next
morning to se- if green leaves were
When the little green things were
really up there came white anul. to teat
them, and it was Chota (<, iit,ki.Ltr
who found a remedy.
"It behooves us to call it magic
man," he said. "lie will avy charms
to the white ants, not f- i', t rin, to use
some black tar and such things which
are deadly to the ant people."
"Could not you and I use the black
tar and such things, Chota Chanki-
dar?" asked the mistress humbly.
"Maybe. But we could not say the
"But we will say words of our own."
He thought for a moment and then
shook his hend with melancholy euer-
gy. "No, no. Miss Sahib! The fath-r-
gr.adfather ways are best always, and
our father-grand'fthers always called
the magic men to this like trouble.
Besides," be added appeasingly, "of
course, though we people know better
than the magic men, the ant people are
senseless and would not understand
our language."
So the ant people were exterminated'
with appropriate ceremonies.
The Stork's IRalaneinn.
No one has really seen a stork until
he has watched him stand on one leg
beside his nest. After one has seen
this feat he is sure it was a stork.
Nothing in the animal kingdom is morme
marvelous than the way this great
bird can balance his long body on a
piece of bone which is no. thi:. ar tmi''
a v'.a~1 -It sialk n(d to boho:d a!,) tle.
perfte't ea se with which h]e g1 s to'
sleep while still poised in this critical

I, ,."

11git i a i w( ill ilalie hiss future houne
iLer. Mir Kri se 'Cihoes.: the o'ce.lii
iromn Hamburg' iu the initial trip of
the elegant new traiis-Atlantic lnici,
Amerika, iarriviIg jn INew ork, Oct.
20,ls3ot. Brother and sister had not
met for nearly twenty-five years, and
the pleasure of a reunion may be im-
agined. He, being eniitiily unfamiliar
with thie English lf'guage, was all at
sea until he joined his, sister, who
teing .eqnal to.the' emergency, can
help him out and Jie'as already nas-
tered several words of the- adopted
tongue. For three recent years Mr.'
Kluse, as a sHldier of the Germian
anmy was assign ed to) duty in Ohina,
at d compariiig tha.t country with our
land ot flowers, -eerus |lu hlin like be-
ing transported t, Elysian,
J. IH. Di iiui,, i iune I.'iesl
day aflcrno ,ni A II is ucce...fula
business trip referred to o 'First
page, this issue. ,
Mrs. M. G. Post and young son re
turiined Tuesday evening frion a visit
of some 1 vekh ', duration .with i iend,
in \We\aliItcHika.
McK. C(amnpbell terminated a mu-
tnally pleasant vli-it at St. An.irew
vyestelday moiiiling and left t'ith Tax .
Collector John II Thoimps.an, via.
C'iihicl y for Vernon.
C. E BrA'ckin arrived home on the


4o4 r

We know what all ooA dc-
tors think of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask your own doc-
tor and find out. He will tell



you how it quiets the tickling
throat, heals the inflamed
lungs, and controls the
hardest of coughs.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is well known in
our fany. We think it is the best medicine
in the world for coughs and colds."
KATIE PETERSON, Petaluima, Cal.
25c., 50c, l.00. .T. C. AYER Co.,
All drugists. f ow, or Tss.

Hard Coughs
One of Ayer's Pills at bedtime wi!l
hasten recovery. Cently laxative.
The Mexlean trlidegr-oonm.
Thi- l.riMlgr.,.im i Mexico li'.. 1 mnr -
rula- a very costly bl)uiness i-e ie ex-
pected t bliy fthe trA.,u eot'u, ;; '! he is
fo:rt-r-ate If he ("'n satisfy tI extrava-
ghince saurtolned hy I en tOu :ndl
pro:U),td by r'"dent i:'.-;n. Young
in,:).-,f'om! the country ar. s a;tlid to I;(-
)f1?n s o in thi C(ity of .l :: ) 1 :r
hisin!g :11 ''rts of i fi ry f):' ti i
il of l th ir cho!(', i nd n e Il j), ,'t l
thl V 1 .':-c:'-t a th'yv <.Z: t 'i':! '.c:,--
,i'' 't 1, v l-h'h they (;ry v>',"hi thO ':l)
cor all orts of garmnits, is very

Land office, at ainosvill', Fla.

y woods, (roccric-, provisions,

Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feeu Stuffs.
We carry at all times a \Vell Selected Stuck >of Mi. ,lchandile adaptoil to
t the St. Andi(t \s Bayv trade.
We will Not Be Undersold!


; Manufacturer of ''

Rou DreSsed ai DiM..sio.

Yellow P1in Liffmber.


Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

Tle AllaItol Litifber Comfflny,
A N 1I)



1 0 (I H 0 R I) R ESS E ]) I LU M BE It

Whether Large *'r Small. Write for Prices.


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IDl-,RLE Il T -

Bfr ii, islft icloes, Fancy Tolet Aiiloes

I andleno Quack Nosrums.

DRJ, J KESTER, M, D.-Druawist.
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In Effect April 14, 1901'
No 4 No, 2 No,. s No. I
12:5 n' 11:05 pm. Leave Pensacola, -A.rr e .5:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m
'2:22I 1:02 am. Flonmaton, Leave 2:33{ a.2m: :t 3t.
4:22 2:,55 Mobilo, 12:0 n 1:25 "
8:25 7:30 Now N Qleans. :00( p.nm. 9:30 a nI.
N () I 1.' i

No. 2
11:05 ). pi.
-6: 15 a.m.
S1:5 "0
7:20 "
7:20 p.mn

No. 2'
11:55 p.m.
12:15l n't
12:23 "
1.30 a. m
I )5 "
2;33 *'
3:00 '
3:23 "
4:0 "
4 18 "
4:14C '
5:00 "
5:08 "
5:33 "
6:00 '
6:210 '
7:00 '
7 ::0 '
8:15 ) r

No. 4
12::51). 1m.

9:12 '"
H:50 a.m
11:59 "
1:30 p.m.


No. 3,
7:00 a m. Lv
7:13 8
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7 9:0 "
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No. 1 No. 3
Pcnsaoola Arrive 4:0( p.m. 5:00 a. m.
Montgomieay Lefvve 11:1 a.m. 9:35 p.m17
Lirmlin-halii 8:33 4:05' -.
Louisville '" :15 p,.m. 2:45 a.m
Cineinnale ( 6:00 11:15 1).m.
St.Louiii 4::1 8:55 "
AN D 1lll Eli .J UNU 1 ION

(,'.it City,
I' M iltow -'
Good Kange'
C(r(e Iviec w
Doeer Land
.Mossy 11ead
DeFuntl.k SIpr-inrs'-
PIon(c,' le iOw 0n
Car\ .iu]l.
o 1 ifay
CotloHodl o
ltiver'.l uiiat in il

A 10:f,(
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No. 22
6:30 p. in
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4:35 "
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2:13 "
1:55 "'
1:41 "
1:27 "
1:04 "
12:38 nn
12:14 "
11:15 a m
S1:22 "
10(:5 "
10:20 a. mn

One of the Cluxter. valie of' tlh .n'ii is ill the ia.'e contact.
A mal is but a cluster on the great ; l c ";;.i;feC .',;.; ;:.;.tl thI c'; iict;!traltioli
human grapevin.. lie 1..' in-i to dry .I i. op ti''i.:s wi Ii omi. e it, The
upl the uinonll ilt lhe is cut off from Ills : i, n' ti:'y M1(e l,!:i;e ii.: vnlue is
fellows. lThere Is something in the sol- ;,,, : ; ..,'' ,'':,. i:mi; gets
id:,r-ily of the human race which can- .1 1 : ~': ,:' I ;.A :-n'c' flronm the
lt bo le aceouuted for in the sum total vilt;l /(1 inlcltin v'ih his t1 fiC!St.e; -Suc-
r'f all tle individuals. Separation from .-; ;: ..
thi" :;nss involves a mighty lo'ss of -... --
powvir inl the individual, just as there GontilOnens and lieoorfuln,-:-. these
i.' ;. IO)s of cohesion and adhesion in- co( o before all morlity; they re the
v,'A LId ia t'be sIeparatiou of the mole- i erfit duties.-- Iob'rt Louis Steven-
i'.J's n mti.i a.tis of the diamondd. The <,,


HALES1 Hair R1wer'4
Perhaps you like your gray hair; then keep ., -:p not
then remember-Hall's Hair RcI)vI er alwa-s r co or to
prav hair. Stops faliine hair, also, ",.. ;.,'.
3*n *-* 1-

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Dill Jullus 11, at




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T1~"l 4 ~
i-'' 'St S

i-i ind T 't i ti sml rm uch as a
wi .,r~. A eil),c mile of
'U 25.7f,';,300,000 tons.
'~ ~i'Re -01i1,.4is259,880,000,-
C ii~ 1 ibt'weilght of the

4 44. ill itons. If %ve add
0:- ('if tile ttmospliero
g 't a grand total-

N l' lCE V, 1 1l-1,1UA TI ON.

I 4a(d tboo- ll atI 5,, OF-yle, Fla
Nov 1,~
llt'rhf j i hla tia l te follow.
,'4'-14144' ;I h1 .41 A cd llotice of his
i,tentiom fl 1,) w4 4 i i4 heal 141001 in sup-
.',ovt ot lit-; I -',' l itil hat said proof
v, i I Ilv toitiv 4 tile clerk of thle (ir-
,-n i'otlit to 'riol, YIb, onl Der. 20,

tip'j'4 -,f ,In -, 1; w.
11'' if 11! 6 ''!i-' 'A i A3 eS to

Notjrt. ii' -lv;-Ofgi' on that the follow-
41 ta iv nd 's~tlo- r li~is Wel notice of hi--
4 nto-ntlie,ol Io Yin i cl. 4'iF illutt it I4J o'di ll i
JIppofllI of h,-4 'I ;,,, ni thsat id proof
AillIl i;l 144' 04414' l44Hil lF 144('4k ofthe cir-
llit 4v litit 4t \4-li4l, [Fla...o0 Dec. 20O

- WIld!A "I A1?ll \V'V)N,;of Iivws, Fla
lit] for Iti ,, f,.- .i 0 U of !/
r 4t i ot So.1 '% .20!s, 14. litn i.15i.
fi'it ,,- lii' tell Leoii- it~liC to
h'oooi Ilii'. 4'(4iiljl roosi~ 4''it4lice uJ)Ollaad
itIIi o4 1 )1 'i S.1 l .4 1j :41;41, v 4 .

S' aI t PI 'I 1. Lo %i .''TriN eSr, [gitoIer.

11il. 9. l'.'Sfoe15.l d

IF'iltlli'(d >-'ti her h'e,4 Ifled notice of
Ch~ooilI(111 hi mak fi.id proof in sup-
Port(IfI];, J:aim4, :114:1 that said Proof
W i lIU iILi10 [Ic-e t 0lie '('lrk of the
("it '44l lit i 'i' io,M) ia., on Dec.

,TLSSI'.:\I M\I'-UtN -of Bayhead,

({ 9's ) (' JI' oi''('A off sw' sec. 13, and
o!:Moot, ut 'Co'. 21. t Vt' ~ 1,;W.
11ll.i n if( 's '- Imi Ie\ui'" witnesses to
4 I'Milil IMUS14418 evidence upon
and eU ivat im~Il 'f 5it'4 OlI v iz
AV T4, istbl-, -f '4 litc aed. J.1H. I.Por-
vi'r' I.JX. (W. Gaier 'aild J 13. Bownof
lok. G C)1MN A2*N, Regxister

aiwi'nd E0, & $1.00
~ "'.1 .-eo Trial.
~ *j,. Cro for a.11

Arynone ('-idine a skf1c0nIi.u'j description way
Q'i'I~x' 4-''4' lir ofil'44pimo~li free Whetri'-aft
1- . I llpi a 145 4~ 'llabl'4. 'oon n. ia.
I- -fors'emiriig patent.
L i. 'Ii1141 11 icliilmin & Co. rce'm

m I hi~iidi'-oriletiltli'4 it ol (iven'4141*. Tnrgest clx'
.111 wi- 44 1414 ,.iv s'niic l'jouir-iii. 'icrnns, $3 a
yi ar, 1 iri liith 1S4.$1 f 4 t- i61 byill tnewsdealerg.
MlINN & CO,36IBroadway, NwYr

1wIt e Yr
011 t1 vl.IFJ1,4.J. U1

A, mAT I)F S4. A O

1, -wing all thin nioe ie jil t ziio tli
-'i iiiga- of',11great. 4'llie 1Illmally

et,'-5il intown I. it covet's alhentlfoil,
oi-~'f c4Iist line, extending east
ml l,,ni Ia'erU i Ij.t Ito ampl c iii

ANt'hi"\\' BAY WN lPRY,

t 1 .u-,a con u t i-. 'The pliat of the
1'ou s Is ot shown. lint by tile aid of
ili '4. nit p lie apprIl~t'4h ate oe b-oa: 01(5o
zl'411a Wt:eas'-ily t~oertnttini. Pr'ice
Ottes~ IthMalol'at t16 tBuoy Office,
N iO hr mnaps &HII IA'ws bytinnil toi
-~ itdrs 4tI'i'N8v. itw.eipt of tie pricee.

Our C10ihing List.

*.4'., it 440 1 il it whole I 410Year

1 '.44 fi444i1 ]7
i-c b I ~ /ei, i (144~lIY14- toi$5 8--)

do - ii f4 4)4 J

%k-i ida :4 41414 1.. 1w k)'. .... 1 7
1 i .; ': t t -I I '' . I . 2 2157--

N 4 i on'j .4 ;4.......... .........1750

f raix 44o'r5it.4'I ithlii'abuv-e' puldlielI
'4in vviih 0 4~llti le BUOY, ad.l
&*v* x llt')4'ivrt'-li : -IILE' ITVoy,

In t)onbt.
Farmer Blake (at New York restau-
rant)-Waal, M.iranda, here's spinach
60 cents. I wonder naow If that's a
peck or bushel.-Life.


Oct. 30, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commntatton
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
Dec.":0, 1905, viz:
GAINES E. PARKER, of Nixon, Fla.,
Hd No. 34456, for the sl of not of sec.
10, tp. 2s, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon: J. D.. Porter. R. T.
Sanistor and U J. Johnson, all.of Nix
on, Fl.i. W. G. ROBINSON, Rogister.

Oct. 16, 190b, )
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
.iitli 'ii to ai.1he final prouofin supply t
of hia claiim, anil that said irt, t' u 'ill ibe
made hii.fi'ur the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon. Fla. on Iec, 20, li0I5,>vi.:
GlD [ 1. 'SSEY, of ayhea 1, Fla.,
Hd No. .{0Ji'3, fot the w/t of seY and e/1
of sw uof sec. 3, to. 3s, r.cl3w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of' said land, viz:
Thos. Grant and John L. Grant of Gay,
Fla., and Frank 'Page aud Duncan Buie of
Bayhead, Fla,
W. G. RoBINsON, Register
iy Editor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla, I
Oct. 16. 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
poat of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Doe.
20, 1905, viz.
HUd 30356, for the w 0oi nw of sec 13, tp.
3:, r. 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
proye his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Frank Pa _e, Gid Massey,-John Mas-
sey and Dunc.n Buie, 'aH of Bayhead,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
I'Editor's fee paid.
Oct 30, 1905, j
Notic(. is hereby given thatthe fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the Clerk
of the CircLit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
Dec. 20,. 1905, viz:
fee, Fla.,
-Rd 34817 for the w of nel and wi of
se* of see. 4. tp. 2s, r. 15w.
He names the following/ witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
P. S. Ellabre, C. E. Murfee, Jas. West
and M, S. Murfee, all of Murfee, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
.. L Editur', fie p.Alu.

Land Office at G ,inesville, Fla.)
Oct. 9, 1905.
notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to 'make commutation proof in
support of 1his :claim, and;that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, fla., on Dec. 20,
1905. viz.:
FRANK CLARK, of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 338;4 for the se ocf sec. 17, tp Is, P.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said labd, viz.:
/W. J. Gurgainous, Alex. Welcher, Bar-
ney Young and Lewis Floyd, all of An ier.
son, Fla. W. G. RosBNsoe, Register.
AVVEditor's fee paid.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Oct. 16, 1905.
Notice, is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has tiled notice of
his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla,, on
De". 2'. 1905, viz.:
HtUBERT L. BROOKS, of Mu-fee, Fla-
Hd No. .34834 for the nek of sec, 2, tp.
2 r. 16w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
C. D.Hall, D. J: Vinson, and L. H
Buchanan ,jr. of Westbay, Fla. and J.
R. West, of Murfee,'Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register. '
WEditor's fee paid.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Oct. 9, 1905. '
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
*ii intention to make final proof in sup
port oi. his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court.at Veroan, Fla., on Dec.
20, 1905, viz:
JOHN H. PORTER of Econfina, Fla.
lid 29251 for the w* of nwi, sefot nwi
and sw4 of net of sec, 12 tp. 1-. r, 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Jesse M. Mashburn, Thomas L. Mash-
buan, A. E. Register and John B.
Brown, allof Bayhead, Fla.
W G. ROBINSON, Register,
IEditor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Oct. 9, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to m -ke final proof in sup-
port of .his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at.Vei~non, Fla., on Dec.
2Oth, 1905, viz:.
THOMAS L. MASHBURN, of Bayhead '
Hd 30199 for the so of nwj and wi of
sAi of sec.'13, twp Is. r.13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
A. E. Rteister, W. A.. Pinckney, F.
B. Mashburn, of Bayhead, Fla and J.
H. Porter of Econfina, F1 .
W. G. ROBINSON. Register.
APW Editor's f'e pai-. --


BACK TO /00 B. C.

They Were In Use by the Etrttseans
and Were 3Mostly of Stone, Terra
Cotta and Marble-Bed 'Furnishing.s
of the Ancient Greeks and RLomans.
The oldest bed in existence is a
bronze of Etruscan manufacture dat-
ing from the seventh century B. C.
This was found in excavations made
at Gorldon, in Asia Minor, and from
the fact that it is the only one of its
age ever unearthed among the many
other pieces of furniture found in an-
cient ruins the conclusion is drawn
that beds at this early era were a nov-
It is sure that previous to this there
is no record of the existence of beds
which may be taken as authority. Pre-
historic man evidently got along quite
well without any bed to lie in, and it
was not until the life of Etrurians and
Greeks began to verge into compara-
tive sybarite luxury that the bed as a
coiimpn'i-at part of the household was
universally recognized.
Even then the bed was more kin to
the modern couch than the article in
which civilized man today takes his re-
pose. According to Greek and Roman
wall paintings, bas-reliefs and repro-
ductions in sculpture, the original bed
was a bench, often a beautifully carv-
ed and decorated bench and one cover-
ed with costly draperies, but still in
form a bench compared to the beds of
today. Many of them were made of
terra cotta, some of marble, and then
there is the bronze specimen which is
still in use.
Etruscan wall paintings of the fifth
and sixth centuries B. C. show that
these couches were plentiful then. The
Etrurians builded well when they came
to make beds, for most of the pictures
show them as made of stone, terra cot-
ta and marble being favorite materials.
In shape they were narrow, set on legs,
much like the couch of today, and piled
high with cushions. There were two
kinds of beds or couches in this peri-
od, one for reclin-ing upon at mealtime
and the other for sleeping. In some in-
stances the same couch was used for
both purposes.
With the early Greeks and Romans
the bed played a more prominent paft
In the life of the people than it does to-
day. Paintings from these times show
the bed or couch a prominent factor at
all mealtimes and banqueting scenes,
the persons participating reclining
while they dined or carried on a con-
versation. Early scenes where the char-
acters concerned are wholly mytho-
logical show them meeting death, de-
livering speeches or reposing idly, all
on couches of a nearly similar design.
The sleeping couch rarely occurs in this
early sculpture or painting.
In form the bed of this era was based
on principles much akin to those upon
which our beds are now made. There
are the body, legs and headpiece, all
made much as they are made today.
At first, so far as can be found, the
body was only a slab of marble laid
across two upright stones serving as
les. Later, however, there come to
view a leg for each corner and a head-
piece. The best examples of modern
beds show the skill of the ancients in
sculpture and painting and the impor-
tance with which they regarded the bed,
The legs are often notable examples of
the carver's art. and the sides serve as
panels whereon the artist of the day
depicted the life of the period.
Other Greek couches have legs made
of blocks of wood mortised together.
Later the entire bed was made of
wood. Many of these specimens were
of the costliest manufacture, the wood
being inlaid with ivory and other ar-
ticles of ornament. Tortoise shell as
a means of decorating couches seems
to have been introduced about 100 B. C.
Later silver and gold were occasionally
In furnishings the ancients pursued
about the same system as is in vogue
at present. Mattresses, pillows, val-
ances and loose draperies are shown in
the early vase paintings. All couches
had mattresses, but the thickness, qual-
ity and kind varied with the different
periods. At first only a few skins
thrown over the body of the bed were
The p!Illows were of various shapes,
some being long and narrow, others
approximately square and still others
nearly round in appearance. The
Greek or Roman of this period was
a most luxurious personage, as he re-
quired at least three pillows to enable

him to secure a good night's rest.
There was one for his head, one for his
elbow nud one for his feet.
The mattresses and pillows were cov-
ered with linen or wool. Leather to
*ome extent was used as a covering
for the p lows. Rare instances are
'ound where silk was Cifll'yt.,y as bed
A great variety of materials was
nsed in stuffing both articles. The
-ummnonest article among the Greeks
ieens to have been refuse wool torn
>ff in cu.ring or fulling cloth. Among
he Roimanis wool especially prepared
*vas the favorite article for this pur-
,o)e. Straw and rushes were used
:irgely by the poor classes. Feather
'iOllows are first mentioned as being in
-,xi 'tenc in the fourth century. Thb
Jr',peries nnd l.::n.n-!n were in many
'ustances rich tape)ctries.
In the representations of Roman beds
'he f'urnishings run L, ii .ilIy to lux-
-'.ry and di-sp ay. and the draperies are
he parts given the most attention.
The nI(;t striking colors to be ob-
ained were uscil in theii' maniffacture
nIl decoration, and the looms of the
'as-t were scoured for the best exam-
,eo of weaving. Purple was a favor-
e color, and the wealth of a person
w-vas often in-den'ted by the excellence
if the b':l draperies in his house.
Befdmaking and bed furnishing had
t .,i d to this stage in the year 409'
L. D. A painting of a b"d of this
1,;-;ud shows an article of lmniitfac-ture
aid furnishlugs much like the b0-A of
today. There are four legs, sides of
wood and wooden slats or occasional-
ly leather interlacing to furnish rests
for the mattress. There are two head-
pieces, one at each end, suggesting
that even at this late date the sleeper
was accustomed to have a pillow for
his feet. Of the furnishings the mat-
tress and pillows are covered with a
striped stuff not unlike many cloths of

the I ," -" lIt. i i,' ,' 1 '- ."t ovel'hig thle
t~! .vo i.'.. ." '" t
Ila '('8-4 i.. ; .'- ,eun it and itl.
bl "'.si 'de, m n< 'i i!n' he.'t i ,.i ",",\(l
nowV ta(cks in he. sor.'y sL(et.
I ,re, hovo ev r, '-.* :',r einbl.,.ee to
the -'i- .!.t style 1I.'-.- ceaae3. The
igs i cw :. t h~ad .i, carved to repiro-e
sent human ii',ir.-- i'. ,ii. mythological
ervation At ti,. '17-L a woman with
w-rn*i'..qhu n!e ,iii 'r-- ,villi-' holds
forth. 'l he i. -,i.'- :- massive panels
carved in a .-inair manner, and the

structure ,t the wli-i.'I marks It as an
article made to Lr, h-uitnl-d down from
one generation to the other.--4.'hlicago

Iceland Mail.
When the wlud blows from thesouth
and one of the Islanders of south Ice-
land wishes to communicate with the
mainland be puts bis letters into a well
corked bottle, and to insure their de-
livery he incloses at the same time a
plug of twist tobacco or a cigar. The
wind speedily Impels the bottle to the
shore of the m.otbher island, where peo-
ple are generally on the lookout.



:, 1 "I'lvl' ;i^J ( "'.l ;i.\ ; 'l l ; ;' > ;

:le. i itteJ it a:. (,:
!;ul0 :-h! ign iorel so :1l,. 3 ;iut'V" !..
4.-, sezf re-'p'ct ob ', d ].iLh to \v'.;
a;w hli: iv,-.oin g. E ven her 'a'ler 1'v,
heIrto Wau no hope for 1,s cl,'ridhr
> ; B1ut1 thi wi:s nit l w' 'rt.
Three or fou'.- months taUter ,ToliI' (,
.*arture Loj-taIn be. 'ani at :k l f:;
'aion with eive Ooi.ei, a weialt:
11 ;-lpat(:d man of forty. Io.w' ev
lentaly ii 'ntalted with the girl, ami sai
let himn follow her about till her fathe.
remoni'tra ted.
"Father, you put your hand on mn
af'ailrs once. I warn you not to da i
again." .Ad somehow he1dared not.
Rosellan kept even her mother at
distance and was in a coneti.ual whi'
of parties and dances, the g -yest of thl
gay, and Golden, confident and da-i
ing, was always in her wake. lIe hl.
bought anud was refurnishing one of' th
handsolea:t houses In town, which fu
their alarmed her parents.
One January afternoon Mr. and Mr.-
Howard returned from an aflnernoo
function to find tieir du, '-ter staii..
lug In the hall In her traveling suit.
"Vhiat is it?" they bo1h aked in tb-
same breath. 'She handed them a te.e

Los Angeles,. Cal.
a"B O.4NNA.SINGLE .iss Roscllain Howard., ITs Moel,:is, la.:
Doctors have i,-vcn HMe up ifr yo wavr.'
t to see me, come. JOHN BARRY.
Copyright, 1905, by T. C. McClure "You need not say aiyL hi-g," she an:
~ .*. ...... nounced, though neither of them ha
Rosellan's father stormed in the time p)kein, "and if you want to hel 114
L,,i)rr-l fashion, her mother soothed hIlgs are ie w ked? I shall start th:
her a little and tried to soften the sit- evening. "
nation, but she agreed with her bus- The train seemed to crawl; minute
band that their one fair and cherished seemed hours and hours days. Plal:
daughter should not become the wife or niountain, stream or lake, the lain'l
of John Barry. The girl herself, flush- "cape seemed dull and dreary. Thie gir
ed and 1 .v':.'-, declared -that she would lived year-, on the trip, and as she ira,
marry him, that she loved him and rud reread John's farewell! letter
that her life would be ru!,od without which she had kept. her re .utn ,
in and distrust died away, heri girl.
iBm. r'.'ith in i:n return-d, and she saw onl,
"But, my dear daughter," sal her fa- real love aul the self abnegatiin
their. "John is just out of (ol'og,, and honor of the man.
he has tu :,''i too much-run a'" to one As the train pulled into L.os An.gel
sort of brains, and he's not fit to battle she-. r.-: ..*-I.. 1I .1 iui;ideuly tlt he di'

with the real world. And, besides, he
is your cousin."
"Four times removed," remarked the
girl quietly.
"But still your cousin," continued
the vi%; k,,i:rii old gentleman, who hatedl
the ti, ,'lit of ei-i'i.. up his daughter
to any man, but had decided that she
must some time marry, and that the
man must be Gilbert Crane. "And we
all-know I'.. t John has nothing in par-
ticunlr and ti;at you have always had
every ti,.g yH w'ant."
"I di..n't w-iiit anything but John.
IHe has himself, his ability," she put in
proudly. "We have cared for each oth-
er always."
"Oh, the ability to write a decent ar-
ticle or v\ien a popular novel!. What
does -erltlhlimug amount to? Hie has
nothing till thitt old great-aunt of his
dies." The father looked fondly at
the laughter, so like him in feature
and spirit, thlouh what he counted
firnimess In hlmeolf seemed rank obsti-
n'i ,v in her.
1-' atbr." the girl protested, "I would
listen to yon If you had advanced one
valid reason for se-irating us. Hle is
not cousin enough to make one grain
of difference, and the fact that he is
not well is only another reason why I
should go to California with him till
he Is tested and can begin work on his
book." The old man drew the girl to
his knee, and the mother wiped her
"Look here, child, we have a reason.
We have had a talk with John and his
mother, and Dr. Simpson. The plain
truth is that he has symptoms of con-
sumption. You know what that may
mean"- Rosellan clutched his arm.
"It is not true! He would have told
me first of all! He is only tired out.
I will send for him and see, and if it
were true I should take care'of him."
"You don't know what you are say-
ing. Even if we had so little sense, do
you suppose John himself would ex-
pose you to even a possible danger like
that? He said last ntght"-
"I had a right to be there And he
never let me knowI"
"Wait, dear." said her mother. "We
love you too well to- John knows
his duty. His going to California"-
Rosellan sprang up and faced them.
"I shall go, too!" she declared.
"Dearie," her mother spoke, "he left
you this letter. He"-
"Left me a letter Why, where is
"He went to California this morning.
It was for the best"-
"Without telling me or saying good-
by? You mu.-t have made him do this!
But no, you couldn't do that! It is his
own fault It means that he-doesn't
care as he said he did." She stood
looking at theum.
"Rosellan," pleaded her mother, "he
did the right i' tlng." Dut the girl took
John's letter from her fath and left the room.
-"'Weil." old Roger Howard said to hi~
wife, "it's hard on her at first, and
John certainly did the siluare thing,
but she's young and the separation
may turn her heart toward Gilbert, as
we have always planned."
And Rosellan, In her own room, was
reading her lover's letter:
Rosellan, dearest, you know I love you.
That Is why I am leaving you this way.
I think I could not bear to say goodbye; it
would be cruel to utr both. Privately I
myself cannot think that I am anything
Worse thaur run down from mental over-
work and neglect of physical exercise, but
all our relatives and Dr. Simpeon seem to
see a danger to the very shadow of which
I will not expose you.
So I am oft to my Aunt Eunice. It
would be brutally unfair to hold your
heart to a pledge I may never be able
honorably to redefm. Therefore, dearest,
I set you free- Try to be happy and for-
gqt- I have prnumiecd your father not to
write. t seetns btiet. tnoug n you' know It
breaks my ht-urt. You know, too, that I
would let no obstacle. but this come be-
tween us. I wish- it was decent to ask
you to wait till I find whether I may not
yet be in shape to make a home for you,
but it is not.
It Is hard not toe kiss you goodby, and I
never loved you as I do now In giving
you up. Yours always,
But all Ro.welanot said to herself was:
"He does not lave me or he could not
leave me."
That one wakeful night that follow-
ed seemed to change Rosellan utterly.
She forb'rde her parents to mention
John's name and seemed suddenly to
have grown from girl to woman. She,
* *ee'tej 'ni-.inous everywhere and

not know his au;t's street addr's'-
Hlow would she find him? Would s3 .
be too late? Daed and weary. I.-
.mored from the c'r into the bri-
,iant California sunshine al',d ,-teppek
"own, half blinded, into a crowd *;,
-tranger's-and John '.y's .arms. II
.v1a5 br'jv,-n, vigr-o-u. and sm:iliu,
-u.te unabashed, he k's e:i- her, an
1hey ceivne-d s.dcdenily to be all alone.
"'Wh4at does it mean10" she ga:sp

"The doctors have given me up -dis
h,.-r;ed me-cr-.ne, of vh'i'At 1neveo
hiad, and I wanted yo--I'-
Ycu mdin;?t have written iu:lt n';t--
*Iot frightened me so." FhPie choikei
''c -k the tears. "You kncw I care.. o
I wouldn't have comn.."
"I know, sweetheart. We will hav,
i wedding this afternoon. I had to t,-1
,-gra-ph for fear you would have on0
.l.:th:ut mie." She turned arid looked:
:t hhi In v'stoni :h1ment.
"I didn't want Golden to got you,"
'e e:ipla'ved.
"Didl l o: th:i-nk lie 'ev'- v,-wo! ;.'" she-
I", laida'u'ntl'. "I n::-p'y wanted:
i.a brin fIt'hr to his se'."
"V,',!!I," Jolhn a.;wered slowly, "you
incce'ded. Ju.:t look at this." Ie
'..,-: iher a crumn;lecd telegram:
Des M1-olnes, Ia.
mn rarry, Los Arcf:,],:, Cal.:
i -' ? ,. "x:,l. t: a;: ;.v- 2osellan, for
,n- ';, siL, .a do It b'fmre Steve Golden

*They both aIngbed.
"You see," hlie siMd, "if I riJ started
to go to you, you might have taken
him before I reecbed you, so I called'
youl acr:es the continent, and Aunt Eu-
nice has dividelI up with me. She says
she, would 1ke to be worth at least
half as much to me alive as she would
be dead, so we can live here."
Rosellan couslidered.
"John," she said softly, "I haven't a
white dress to my name."

New IEiigXlnid Jnstf1ee.
Ebenezer Snell, the grandfather of
the poet WillI;n Cullen L y..it., is d(e-
scribed as a good type of the New
England farnner, in whose nature Puri-
tanism, with its 1rtern rigors of conduct
and conscience, was overlaid wil;h
many of the amenities of Yankee hu-
mor. Bryant ]),-reirv.d several anec-
dotes of his grandfather, one of which.
quoted by Mr. W. A. F.-': i_-y in his
biography of the poet, may serve to In-
dicate the way Jn wh:ch he exercised
his humor, and also to show the patri-
archal conception of justice that was
held in a remote New l:,'-,iid com-
munity at the end of the eighteenth
My grandfather, said Bryant, once
found that certain pieces of lumber in-
tended by him for the runners of a sled
and called in that part of the cunutryi
Q-..l*1 crooks had been taken without
leave by a f.ar.,'' vwho live, 1 at no
great distance. .I .- t:Lr.. were
valuable, being made t'r,i a t:o"e the
grain of which was curved so a:I to
correspond wi-h the curve re Ii'red in
the runners.
The delinquent -received notice that
his.o t:':Le was knownT and thaj. if he
wished to escape iA pro.iecutiol lie must
carry a bushel of rye to each of three
poor widows living in the ne:ghbor-
hood and tell tli.in why he brought It.
Ile was only too glad to comply with
this condition.

The Jnpanese Jury.
In the Telyel era (along about the
middle of the thirteenth century) a
Japanese statesman brought the laws
in touch with the people by establish-
ing a council of state, with twelve
judges, the same as our jury. Before
these twelve all litigation was brought
for investigation and decision. The
plaintiff and defendant had their
spokesmen, who argued and defended
the case, and afterward the twelve re-
tired into a closed chamber, where the
following oath was administered:
During the deliberation of a case,
and the decision afterward between
right and wrong, neither family con-
nection nor sympathy with, nor antip-
athy against, the party shall influence.
Iear not a powerful family or favor
not a friend, but speak in accordance
with the dictates of truth. Should there
be a case decided wrong and* redress
refused to a man we shall be punished
by all the gods and goddesses of the
realm. Thus we swear, and affix ou
gSl :l l tlI'CS.



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Thia 's the latest anti most conI)lete
.,. .. : . ':wI Iuln-, plants in the garden. It
,l l- i i' I, l1 e; the x,_'i," t the block y
11 l it t-I I., i' ,. a..ttached keeps it in the
S-'1 .1 .inm r| i t .-th of plowin is r.2-ulate'd
'v lSifti the ,, n.il!n -. A boy or girl ,of ten
. ",' E,:a, It l t ith l-'i'f--t. ease. It has a
--i,.'li t,',.. wv ,.,., th. hlJ-_-ht of which makes
.1 I Stv. li l.,t .oft lri t. It has five blades: is
iu,'in , i ii, 2l ., 2 -,,vel. 3 a sweepor weediiig
la'. i, t a I,,ll.-ioj,. ue, 5a rake. W rench

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-,. '* %%q ,. (.-tn furnish this plow at
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freight. loSt. Andrews Bay about one dollar, makin-g he plow, deliver-d
$4..50. But the BUOy proposes to do better than this and will send the Bnov
one year and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.5'(
purchaser to pay freight a
The plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any tirle
Order from the BUOY direct,


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Notice of Application tfor Tax l)eed
Under Seeiion 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida
Notice is hereby given that J. if. D RUMMOND, holder oi Tax Certitfi-nite
's. as hereinafter ninimd. datca the 6th day of Julv, A. D. 1903, has filed said
Certificates in my ,i'li.:. and has maJe application f- r tax deed to issue in ace 'rd-
auce with law. Said certificates embrace the loliowing described property situated
in Washington c)unly, Florida, to-wit:

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iN o. ue r- P .. P pi siessetF as
titicate. of property. See Tp.s, g.W. property of
87 sw i of s i ....................... 7 2 13 J. H. Brown........
90 10 acres in se corner oft eof swi.. 5 4 13 R. E. Howard, est....
97 ei/2 of se of swi and h'k 29, less
I ts 24, 29. 39 and 40.............35 3 14 T. J. Reese........
104 nej ................... . . .... 35 3 15 U nkinown ..........
105 lots 7, 5, 11, 20, blk 3... . ........35 3 15 Unknown .........
106 lot 14, ilk 14....... ......... sB' 35 3 15
107 lots 1 to 10, blk 9 .......... ....s0/ 35 3 15 Unknown.........
112 lot 6 bik 17.... .. ....... .. si. 35 3 15 Netti.- Op)l.,ile ..
11; lots 1( and 21, I)ilkv1 2........... s 35 3 15 Unknown ......
118 lots *"2 3, 4, 8, 11, 16, 19, 20, lWlk
25 ........... ........ .... i 35 3 15 U, L. ''. ,
119 lots 5, 6, 11, 13, 11, 15, blk 6,. .s 35 3 15 'Unknown .....
122 lots 9, 10, 15, 20, blk 13.......swi 36 3 15 Unknown ...........
123 lot 2, blk 16...........:.......sawj 36 3 15 A. J. Rood.......
124 lo 3, bilk 1 ................ swi 36 3 15 A. 0':aud ,ll......
126 1 t 16, blk 17............ .....swi 36 3 15 Unknown.........
127 lots 1, 2, 3, 4, bl k 18...........swi 36 3 15 Unknown .........
128 lots 2 and 4 to 8, bk 20 ........swi 36 3 15 Unknown ........
129 i of lots I and 2, blk 3........ swi 36- 3 15 Unknown .........
132 lot 4, blk 10 .................se- 36 3 15 L.1'. Smithl........
133 lots I to 14 ah. 17 and 18, blk 24 sel 36 3 15 Unknown ........
135 lots 19 and 20, blk 7. .........nef 1 4 15 Unknown ........
136 lots 10 and 11, blik 8...........ne 1 4 15 T. C. Hadige......
138 lots 7 to 18, blk 11 ............ nef 1 4 15 Unknown .........
137 lots 3,'6, 8 and 9, blk 10 .......nei 1 4 15 Unknown .........
139 lots 14, 15 and 16, blk 15 ......nei 1 4 15 C. H. Chlrispen....
147 lots 7 and 11, blk 17... ...... nw 1 4 15 UnKnown ..........
The said Innd being assessed at, the dale of the issuance of snch cerlifib-aes
ia the names designated wi h each certificate Unless said certificates shall be
cdeemod according to law, tax deed will is-ue thereon on the 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. 1905.
[L. 8.] Witnes' my ..li. i.il signature and seal this the 26th day of October.'
A D. 1905. W. C. LOCKEY, Clerk Circuit Court.
f Washington County, Florida.

A Grattlmed Curiosity.
"I want you to take back that par-
rot. He use.: dreadful language."
"But only in Spanish, ma'am; only in
"Yes, I know."
"But how can madam know?"
"I studied Spanish to find out-what
he said."-Cleveland Plain Dealer.

III Tix',cd Economies.
If iron a-ve, to keep out of debt the
way t !'--- .v to to -,,t out this would
be a wu:' d o'f n'iliinaoe'c.--New York

Ave'!d rivIt'!''c!t of business. The
man of one al'i!g is the man of suc-

The Dimfleulty.
Mr. Rooke-I hope you didn't believe
what they said about me. Miss Budd-
I make it a point never to believe more
than half I hear. Mr. Rooke-But the
tr,,ii.hi is you women generally believe
the wrong half.

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

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