Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 16, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. ANDREW, FLa.. MAY 16, 1907.

SNO. 9.

U. 8. Senator-Ist district. S. R. MIal-
lory. Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Tallafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-lst District S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District.
Frank Clark, Lake City; 8d District.
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
and Office-Register. W. Robin-
son: Receiver, H. 8. Chubb, Gaines-
itate--Governor, N. B. Broward; See-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. 'room;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLun.
#tt, Se ator, S. W. Clark, BIounts-
.Naashngton Cmoua-Represeunttive,
W. 8. Lassitter, Voftion, Coubat JuJge,
J. R. WeUlh; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, RePorder of Deeds, W. C.
Loeky; Sherflf C. G. Allen, Ver-
uon; Deputy, C. H. Dantford; Tax
Collector, W. 13 Gainer. Econfina;
treasurer H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J J. Williams Chip-
)ey; County Superintendeat. B.
F. 'Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins. Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, First District, Bbe Brooks;
Second District. Levi Yates;
Third Distri .S. L Davis; Fourth Dis-
trict P. N. Auth;son; Fifth Districo.
W. t. Sin.letary-Justice of the
Peace Job"h Sturrock; Notaries, W.
A. moSti. A. H. Brake.
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr..
p. 14. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress' Zadte H. Ware.
an rea aCity-Postmaster, Taylor
i'5, %o1o, postunaster. Henry Bovis.
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
'.rker postmaster and .o rsr Pub03%
W. H ". Parker.t
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Msundersi Postmaster, -Pdre Allan.
,ilantou Postmaster,. A"-Al-
l er1son1-ostuaster, S. W Ander'

West Baj-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
It. r. it. Gay. ....
t.olSiniosturssastE, a eryy Tomi*P
kins. oou.
it-.y ad- Post master. 0. C. flompe .
,uu-- [p^ost uiaar., J. Fowler.
S,1,Oli I n'si stress, M.rs. Dyer.
Murtee--Postmaster, James M. Murfeeo.
:.il tou (n County Cromauton- P otmes-
.r, Nuora Hoskins.
riut i at _l.o..tusster, W. F. Wood-

"i it. .A AILS.
.* u.,thui 'u aLrils, via, Audlerso,
.N, lt. lead aud Chipley departs
.,: a.y except Stuniday at S:00
,-hk ~. iu., arriVes every day ex-
uA nday aAt i:15 P. l- U .- ..
r.Ua1rrIstron. Cli*.-
.,ie antti %etai'ow Leaves Sgt
er v .. iueveryg except Siun-
S .. vrr~1vqs, coming

:Yst s.Vyor s ir ave. front-
u" 'ai v.e at 11 a. in. and
u..,unday School every Sun
d a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
.iodis' Episcopati-Cilurch Wasti
tLgtols ane. and Chestnut As Sunday
school 9:30 a. n. -every Sunday.
aev,. F. Winemanc, pastor.
r.soyteriau--Church corner Loraine
4ve. and Drake St, Sunday school
.::0,I. in. every Sunday, J hn
Sur,tock, Stipt.
iho"tlc--cbi c h corner Wyotidng
v e. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Rleg ular Contuni-
cations on the first,
and third Satdrtlay
ia each molitid
Vasititng Brotthers
D. W. NIxoN.Secretarv


t 'uhlic for the State at lArge; has
iurisdictioni to administer oths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, te., anywhere In Florida.
Special attention given to-land conea-
.'eyances and marriage ceremony per-
.. ormed for lawfully qualified parties.
OfJice at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
q otary Public for State at large. Of
floe at Storen corner of Loraine aye-
,work solicited and given prompt at-

'iyslciau aud Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his proftes-
slonal services to the citizens of 4t.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Q ueua Vista avenue.
"oiomoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,

-otury P'urlic for the State of FlMor
ida at -Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
ConVeyanciug and payment of tazse
1o1- uitin-reiidents. specialties.

Ssc;-ibing a Railroad.
The ran1 Mall Gazette In 1800 naked
its (o16r';r' to na!mie the worst railway
Sl llaNd. And one Engllsh kicker
civ. '.evd tlmls: "Sir-The Southeastern
aiWi iTay i the very worst railway in
the world. The engines are asthmatic.
S11" Ianipa, are trimmed by foolish vir-
gins. Its fares are excessive. Its car-
rla:.ge let in the snow in winter and
are furnaces In summer. Its motto Is
unpunctuallty, Its principal station Is
approached through the neck of a bot-
tle. It nilns the temper, destroys the
dikestion and enables one to realize the
homtros of Dante's 'Inferno.' I am.
afr' yours obediently, the Worm Who

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3, 191"2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as seceind class matter, under
Actd ofl Oongras of March 3,1879.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per Inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift,"be per lints, first inser-
tion; 24c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If this paragraph is checked with
bluepencil it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
orthree extra numbers will be ken
you that no break maiy ocwxr should
you choose to renew.

Strange stories come through trav.
elers from Sc.uth America about a
tree which gro\,i in the valley o! the
Amazon. Its sap in a milk singular-
ly like that produced by the best of
cows. It is highly nutritious, ill
mix with water, hout or cold, and nev-
er curdles in the hottest of mixtures.
It keeps good for a week in any cli-
mate, and has muiich the taste of
cow's milk in which. cinnamon has
been steeped. It is thicker than or.
dinary milk and has the feeling in
the mouth of liquid juice. If left
standing tor a time a thick, oily
cream arises. When dry, this has
the consistency of wax. Reliable per*
sons who have traveled through the
country of its habitat, declare that
they have drunk large quantities of
this arboreal product, both as it cauie
Itaii the tree and also inixed with
tea or cocoa, with "which it combined
better than cow's milk. -It is pro-
uoun ced extremely nourishing. Tho"e
who could get this wonderful sap al-
ways poeluered it to ordinary milk.
It is abh.ni b -lei ",n- uasinfrtin'g tI'.r
bark of the trunk or by breaking the
smaller branches, It runs freely, so
tlist several quarts may be obtained
from a small trqe in a few hours.
Now, here would seem to be a dis-
covery that piomaises a timely solu-
tion of a puzzling problem, Com-
plainta of the scarcity, of cows has
been growing, and fears long enter-
tained that it Would be impossible to,
keep'up tie milk supply. Expense
anut trouble of dairying, too, have
been the subjects of never-ending
Jeremiads. In addition to this oni
part of the producers, a steady now!
goes up from city consumers over
adulteration or impure quality of the
article supplied them. All these evils
may be cured, all this querulous
clamor stopped by a very simple pro
cess. This remarkable Amazonian
tree must be imported, planted exten-
sively and milk orchards established
all over the country. A complete
revolution of processes, ot course, will
result, but what will this amount to
if an enormous increase is brought
about in a staple article of food?
With a milk orchard there will be nt
necessity of buying expensive n.ilk-
ing machines. It will not be neces-
sary to pay o01 large sums of money
in building stables, buying costly
Jerseys, laying in winter feed or hir-
ing a lot of help in all departments.
Trees need,, no [daily] feeding.
They need no currying, no bedding,
no hands to drive them in or out, no
unreliable dairymaids to vex the

management. When the good'house-
wife needs milk for dinner, all she
has to do is to go out to the tre3,
tern on the spigot, hold the bucket
and draw a quart or two. This tree

cow causes no trouble. She stands
hitched all the time, does not kick
or hook and boards herself from the
surrounding atmosphere. Moreover,
she never goes dry, has no calf to rob
her, is independent of the costly male
members of the herd, and altogether
seems the very ideal that we have
been longing for, instead of establish.
ing a idairv, with its great outlay of
money and worry, the progessaive
milkman of the future will plant-
trees. The only thing necessary is to
send down tor shoots and scions, or
transplant saplings like .the fruit
men, and there you ai,. We got the
navel orange from South America to
enrich our supply of trnit, and alfalfa
to add enormously to eur forage

carry the mnails and not millions of explored to nearly latitude 80 degrees
dollars more than they earn. No south. The highest southern lati-
postmiaster general should have the tude 170 degree east and longitude
power of the czar of Russia. 120 degrees west. It is believed 'by
If we have a free country every in. some that there exists an extensive
terest should have the right of appeal land area at about longitude 110 de-
front the decision of one man, because agrees west. The chief explorers of
any man ims liable to be influenced by the Antarctic regions havea l.cn
political prejudice in many decisions. (Co,,,li, in 1773-76; Bellitighausen,
Give the department a business head 1821; Wehlell, 1823; Ros, 11442;
with "plain, practical business guid- Wilkes, 1840; d'Urville, 1840; the
allice and the million of dollars' de- Challenger expedition, 1874, ,le
ficit every year will rapidly disappear. (Gerlache, 1897-94; Coik, 1898 99;
This will neyer be accomplished as Borclhgrevinck. 1899-1900.
long as it is run politically, by R is,, in his expeditiolt in 1842. at-
politicians with business sense tai-.d a latitude of 78 degrees 10
absolutely shut out. A large n1itmites, and Borchgiryvinck, who
majority of the postal employes earn mail a dash over thee will of ice itn
more money than they are paid, anid 191)1. got as tar as 79 degrees 5j
a fair business management would ii.,uta- *
soon bring results that would justify Fo,,r ithe past seven oi eight years
larger salaries. Money rreely raid to expeditions from Germany, Englasnd,
people who do not earn it ought to Swedten, Norway and Belgiumtl have
be used for increased salaries to em- been investigating the lands and the
ployes whfo d. earn it. waters of the Antarctic region in a

plants. Why not milk trees to re- ROOM ATTH-E P.
lieve the pressure upon the milk The New Yolk gveni J,,urnal of
market? Mlaich 2 contained an 'ticle ,fion,
Sugar trees are great Institutions. .
those-which yield turpentine enrich he per. iter of
the Southern states, quinine is found Prose and h oetry where n soe dis-
courses on the theme ta t "silccess
in bark and all our rubber is due to comes from watching fotopperttii-s
an arboreal exudation. But these are ties atd taking a.vantgof ltim
small matters compared to what we thout delay.,,
without delay."
shall see when groves of milk trees .
The illustration that. she deftly
line the Missisaippi valley from end sh deftl7
line the Mississppi yaley fromend portrays to establish her point is,
to end and extend their lactael bless- that of a man sting a car at
ings in great girdles around all our a i a m p r a c t, .
large cities. The possibilities are in*.- a r ar Co aedo L jf,..l, *-
mense and ,he enthnsihsm rows as "Te people hei goed in a r -o" 't
dreii people hedged in a' n'rr ow pass-
they are contemplated. Perhaps is a
they are contemplated perhaps in agewayv, between two trains of cars,
time even tired mothers may ir.duce elbows his way to tIhe (ront without
their babies to suck a rubber spigot s i ay i the st
when it is hungry, rolling in thediscommoding anyone the les t,
anti reaches the street car first; she
grass as it draws sustenance from these t s e
then draws conclusions,., some very
nearest tree. The cow has proved a good, b t one quite a namely:
good old friend, and we think much "These chances come to every one of
of her for what she has done, but sen- T n i ny < r i
liment must yield to necessity, old s along the highway life, it
we are nut on the loeokot the line
things must give away to new, and ate n ot e o t si# the oplu
this labor-saving age will not heli- spaces."
late to lay her on the shelf if tile re-
From her descriptiof t hile inci-
reinarkable milk tree of the Amazon F here t
comes up to its pronmiiefs.-American eent, there wvas a chsatI- bt.ut se
come up to it pro e.-Amrican person to get out first frojl the rear.
Suppose that every oe :in the rear

MINNESOTA'S FAVORITE SON. hal treid the same gas Yous ca"
If the democratic party has sense. easily imagine the resl by getting
enough to nominate Governor John- into a Brooklyn bridge rush. Per-
so80n, of Minnesota, it will stand a haps our honored "poett-& she sen
good fighting chance of winning out sibly prefers to be call s) ha never
in- the great presidential race. It yet had that expel ienc4
must he admitted that Goversnor She praises the bus less man in
JAhnson is a very strong man, and in question for his keel a!ertness-
cairying a republicans state by 7,862, which imay be light when judged
at the same time that it went repub. Irwir the monetary sI:tIl point alone;
lican. tor a very popular presidential but filosofically, the otter ninty-nine
candidate, and then winning by the persons who staid in tpitir places and
tremendous majority of 73,318 tor a thus tm-tained an ord4flv rank and
second term, lie has demonstrated his file, are the real representatives of a-
powers as a vote getter. -true society, a:id will .certainly lbe
If nominated he will surely carry more "happily blest vfith longevity
Minnesota, North and Sonth Dakota, and et-rnal riches-the hiighest inmdi-
and wil anurpisse people in some oth. viduat benefits accruing from thle con-
er republican states. Jiust why thi servation o collectEiv int~s1111 .
democratic party shoiiild prefer a That nain was il anu nii tural hur-
twioe d.felted canidtite, for lead.le r.aid sd so oora i'.J. b.t
it beyond reasonable comprehension, polite haste. Vorily, I.. a 'oafning
because generally a defeated candi. 0oo muchI mnlidightb St itidl Oil.
-date or horse goes into a race greatly He is but one sad illus:ritioni of tlir
hlandicapped. Governor Johnson is many abnormal humau beingS in the,
an honest, fair minded man of great maJ race for gold, gihit. llanl intense
,ability, and a whirlwind as a vote- excitement. A large part o t the
getter outside of his party. If he is populace imagine that tunmneIse
nominated look out for a race that wealth is their allotmenmt- When cool
will startle the people at tile finish. filosofy or common sense will plainly
If elected lie will surely give the ana unerringly show thema that great
country a safe, honorable and praise. wealth must inevitably be held only
worthy administration. If the re- by the few as society ts at present
publican party will put up i*n equally constituted-and the nfauy make
good man, prosperity. need not fear that wealth for tihe few. '
the election of either, Will the dem- Our good and wise poet should, not
ocrats nommate a known winner or generalize so sunpeficiall, It is an
will they hand their colors to a prov. intellectual dagger thrt-et into the
en loser?-Minneapolis Illuminated bosom of the logic of fac s when ahe
World Life. suavel) asserts, "We all have it"
S*- (the opportunity). "Few of us see
POSTAL DEEPARTMENT it. Fewer still seize it."
SHOWING SIGNS OF SENSE. By honest investigation any one
The post-office department is final- ought to be able to perceive tht the
ly showing some few signs of common chances for opportunity must be equal
every day business sense, It has before "we all can have it."' Quite
been under the sway of old, hide- to the contrary, the present oompeti-
bound traditions and political make. tive system of society abhors "equal
shifts so long that any sign of return- chances" and makes only loopholes
ing Wrain power ought to be encour- for the lone Individual of the crowd
.aged. There is no earthly reason to forge to the front-anid at the ex-
why this department of our govern- pese of the many, even tho he defl
meant should not only pay expenses ambles forward in the most courteous
but it should make money. If some ad inoffensive manner. There is
good business men could have a not room at the top for all -Josefus
chance to rip it up politically and Chant Lipes, in The Icio.
lihake it out commercially, there
would be a quick improvement in TO REACH THE SOqTH POLE.
methods and income. Railroads The south magnetic pole is located
should be paid what it is worth to on Victoria Land, Which has been

a legacy from the courts of Louis XIV
and XV, which were so long and so
brilliant that they lett a stamp upon
social customs which may not be out-
grown for centuries to come-this
mode is unworthy of oar Saxon
strength and cleanly thought. If a
council could only be called of physi-
cians and artists of both sexes to devise
a costume for women, at once health-
fr.N and becoming, and then if it could
be made compulsory, the health of
the world would be given a tremendous
The drinking of pure water between
meals is good for most people. It may
be pretty warm, or cold, bift it is espe-
cially beneficial if taken just before re-
tiring or Just after rising. Nothing so
quickly and 3ompietely disorders the
system as constipation,and water, taken
internally or administerated in the
f -'mot lenemas, is the safest agent for
correcting that common evil-the found-
ation, as doctors tell us, of most dis-
The medicine habit is one easily con-

Atmospheric Temperature. .
The temperature of the atmosphere
cools on an average about 1 degree for
every 300 feet that we ascend or warms
at the same rate as we descend.T h*
mean temperature at thenorth pole Is
0 and at the equator between 80 and
90 degrees. We can, therefore, get Into
a temperature 1 degree colder for every
seventy or eighty miles that we travel
north and In a,temperature 1 degree
warmer for every seventy or eighty
miles that we travel south.

veiv s toni tlic manner.
Ihle i'lif' is sihail'i by many ex-
|'l,,re-, to the Nsoitl tlhat ilitila is n.i
;i conl inent exist at thle S4.uth PIle.
\VhIile tlie topograplihy l lie A t -
arelitsc country is not well known, it
ti certain that Victoria LtnLd ii ciosi-
ei by mountain ras ,es, with v.Ilcanic,
peaks, s'uae of which are b liev\-d
to be 15,000 leet high. Tlhe area a f
the supposed Auturetic cotin taot IN
eti mated at about 4,u00,U00 square
TlidAptarcti-. Ocean o .mpiieR all
lie warsv lying within the Auntarctic
regions. It has no outside continent-
al land boundaries and its wtsles
flow into the Atlantic, the Pacific and
the Indian Oceans. The temneia-
ture of thle Antarctic waters is wartm-
er than toe temperature of the air itn
thle same locality, the waters averag-
ing 29.8 degrees Fahr. Life i loiu.di
in the waters at all depths -Blouk-
lyn Daily Eagle.

For eveiy one who can lp,.ossibly g.m-r
thile time andl the privacy, a re..t,
dalone and undisturbed, should be tak-
ou1 in thie middle of the day. The bu.,
witness man aud woman who iiust make
the mrostof business hours; the teach-
er, and many others, cannot do this.
But even in their offices iand school
rooms they may relax their mustlclos
ahdo try for a few nionments before annd
after their luncheon, to empty their
minds of all care and worry.
The housekeeper and mother will
find a rest of a half hour or so during
each day an invaluable help. Jf she
will only determine to take it, she
can usually do so. While the baby
is napping, or while the invalid is
out driving, or while the seaus* ress
has her work cappedd out and can go
for awhiloealbne; the tired director of
the campaign can and lshor.ld throw
herself upon .a couch ano. if possible,
liTKt's tionaris-e-atraly, -
One great hindrance to this prac-
tice on the part of women is the ures-
sure of their clothing, especially of
their corsets. No woman who values
her health ani strength should ever
assume those devices of evil, but al-
most any doctor will testify that he
cannot inMtuice his patients to leave
then off. Grossness or ugliness ot
figure is the last admission of even
the best feminine common sense.
When that calamity is found to be
unpending, she buys a corset, wears
it as loosely as her pride will let-.
and suffers in silence. Unless it is
very loose indeed, she cannot take the
very profitable midday, rest with cornm-
No school girl under 20 sirould be,
allowed on any account to0aesumne the
corset, or to wear a tight belt. Ir-
regularities, in circulation and diges-
tion are sure to follow-as they would
follow in her brother, it he were put
into the same straight jacket.
The present Occidental style of
boldly outlining and emphasizing the
figure seems to the Orientals shock-
ingly immodest. Those who saw them
will never forget the mantling cheeks
of a flue, higheaste Oriental at one of
his first full-dress dinners in Amerca.
He confided to one of the men present
when he had become better acquaint-
ed, that he tound it hard t1o believe
that women who so vulgarly exposed
themselves were really good. It was
no v onder,
The present French mode of dress,

traced and hard to break. Beware of
it. Almost everybody has Lotake some
sort of a dose from time to time, but a
good rule is: Have as little as possible
to do with drugs and medicine. Tobac.
co and liquors come under this head,
and should be treated as dangerous
drugs. Doctors almost universally tes-
tify t hat th13e blood of an babitualasmoker
or chewer or whiskey or beer drinker,
is far ILSi likely to be pure than that
of those who use noting of the kind.
Therefore, thpy are less likely to recov-
er from illness, especially those involv-
ing the imirtltion of thesnrgeon's knife.
-Kate Upsou'Cjark,.iu Br..okly4Dai.'
ly.Eagle. -

It is a scieiiiifil tact that three
geiterations of idle.:ess will beget de-
genoratoes, and a degeneiate, animal
,if vegetable life, is ooon ,lestroyeil by
the inexot able laws of n it a' o When
you envy the idle iich, loiware, oi
you will allow the seeds of self de-
,tnctio:n to become plante.i in your
breast. A feeling otl Irl'otiiit u pits
whonlil be maoued \%he seven' you .oee
honorable snmbi:ion siitheied and
firially extiiiguishelie witLl the cuise ol
uneaiiiel ninsev. Humanity is up-
liltel in I lopoilion to itLs power o
ach it' entent astil achievinenilt lde-
peonds on constant, hard work. It
you desire to s uipass our father
in mental or phtisical achiove-
iuontI, you must do more work
than ytur father. Money will not
buy the desired result, but constant.
consistent work will lead you on and
up to a great victory. "Work i
life's badge of mobility,' and money
never enters into true character build.
in1g. 11 every aiIan anid woman could.
be inmbihn with a strong desire foi
euobliing work there would be tew
fallen ones and life would take on a
diflereot coloriiig. For the sake of
your children, for the sake of your
country, teach then that money is
not the ideal'aiim f li'i, but that
work, liharlwork, itf cliaracter build-
ing will 'vi th victory that niti.only,
brings lasting glory in thts lite, but
that gaes withl, the vici ew into the
great beyond, while minmey with idle-
nesi leads to selTf-dettauctlio and finlml

A Quaint Scotch Wedding Custom.
A quaint wedding cust'.ni still p're-
vails in ninny of the Itle coutlrry
towns and miniing villages in, Scotland.
When a weddliug is hoel the contract-
ing parties ma, !e their guests paiy in
fult foir the eating. drinking and dane-
ing facilities which are usually pro-
vided on such occasions. The practice
still seems to, survive even in Glasgow.
A correspondent observed a noti'o
posted up i;n the (Cowcadlens, a low
(4ass Glasgow thoroughfare. informing
the public that a soldier would shortly
enter Into the bonls of wedlock and
that ;I'.twopence would be charged for
admission to thie ceremony and an ad-
ditional sixpence imposed for attend-
ance at the wedding 'feast. The praec-
tice seems to he peculiarly Scotch, but
sixpn('ei certainly seems moderate
enough for a marriage supper.-West-
minster GazettIe.

The Reador WhO Skips.
A good work-of fiction, whether in
prose or in verse-we are here specak-
lig on!y of good works-is a work of
art and can be rightly enjoyed only by
entering into sympathy with the art-
ist's mind and accepting his work ac-
cording to his intention. In a perfect
poem the place of every word. In a per-
fect novel the place. If not of every
word, of every episode and of every
paragraph, is important, and thie reader
who skips throws away the pleasure
he has meant to derive from the har-
mony of composition. In which very
possibly tie beauty of the whole may
chiefly consilt. and despises the best.
part of the artist's labor. He might as
well go to see a good play and then
willfully miss every alternate scene.-

A New Orleans woman wa thin.
Because she did not extract sufficient
3: nourishment from her food.
* She took Scoft'.r Emul.sion.

She gained a pound a day in weight.
^-*^^ M- AAA AA MAO&4

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A Literary Curilosty.
Some years ago a Paris newspaper
ordered a story of adventure from '.
well known novelist. The pri"e agreed
upon was I franc a' line. The novelty
straightway hunted up an old mant of
letters-the unknown collaborator of"
many more famous authors who
agreed to write the story for 25 cen-
times a line. When the Work bad
reached Its second part In the' course
of publication the novelist learned that
his old client was seriously ill. Hasten'
lug to his bedside, he found.him dying,
In agony for the fate otg k story, thq
novelist rushed to t ie kc 9ft .b
newspaper, gqt hold of am'tie '.
&t fttberm In oer to pdc" 'M thd
tbhrds' orf he r- e" tbol g
it toIt 'p -
thapterLa. s. a-fiA. ,
with the manikcrfit. ""
"What's that?" asked the editor.
"Why, the continuation and end of
my story."
"Oh, then, you want to change It, I
suppose, because, you know, you sent
In the last chapters three days ago."
Admfrnable self possession on thd
part of the novelist prevented disaster,
and he finally found this explapationi
The old man, whose price was 25 cen-.
times a line, had himself sublet his
task to a third writer at 10 centimes,
and thus the work had been finished
In safety.

Why a Swelling Follows a Blow.
The swelling which follows from a
blow Is nature's effort to protect the
part from further Injury and to keep It
at rest while repair is going on. What
actually takes place at the seat of in-
jury is not even now quite understood.
The injury to the smaller blood vesselS
interferes with the flow of blood
through them, and the white corpus-
cles, with part of the serum, the wa-
tering part of the blood, escape Into
the surrounding tissues. At the same
time the blood vessels in the neighbor-
hood dilate, and the Increased flow df
blood with the thoroughfare obstructed
Increases the dwelling. It is probable
that the white corpuscles of the,blood
pass Into the tissues to assist In the re-
pair, as bees or ants assemble at an In-
jury to their storehouse, but with this
difference-that the substance of the
corpuscles is probably converted into
the tissue of repair. From one point of
view the human body Is, only one gi-
gantic colony of Individuals an4 the
swelling that follows injury but the
rush of these to repair the breach.

His Idea of Water.
At one tinr -tIde bailiff In chatit .of
aM English wasa swora tQ e
them "wit h meat, dripk ,or;ii.*
was Jastice Maule who gave tl.. fea '
tec reply to the bailiff, who iu"9tlm6
whether he might grant a Juryfan's
request for a glass of water: "Well, it
is not. meat. and I should not call it
drink. Yes, yov. may,"
The Tower of Babel.
The tower of Babel'at Babylon was
composed of eight square towers, one
uprnp the other, the pile being 60W
feet high. Babylon was it square, fit-
teen miles on each side, the walls be-
ing eighty-seven feet thick and r70
feet high.

His Hard Luck.
"Can't you find any work at all?"
"Plenty, sir, but everybody wants
references from my last employer."'
"Can't you get them?"
"No, sir. He's been dead twenty"
eight years."--Illustrated Bits.

Smoking In Congres.,
The rule against smoking In cotm.
gress was adopted some years ago at
the suggestion of the late Senator In-
galls of Kansas. The Kansas senator
complained one day that smoke was
being wafted Into the chamber from
the corridors or cloakroonms. Other
senators joined the Kansar In protest.
The rule was passed. Later it +de-
veloped that the smoke came from
burning waste near the capitol, anwl
the wind carried It into the building.
When It reached the'olfactories of Mr.
Inkalls It reminded him of a Kaitads
cigar. But the discovery of the mia-.
take did not abate te rvite.-Was.hing-
ton Post.
Points of Law.
"I object to that queston, your hou- .
or!" exclaimed the attorney for the de-
"On the ground tha it it Imperti-
nent, Immaterial and irrelevant, I pre-
"Only the Orst, yourhonor. It's anc-
tually impudent. Why. an answer to a
that question would give my ellent

dead away!" .,
Naturally so delIente a point had?'to
/be taken under adisemrent.-Phlladel.
phia Ledger.

Out For the busnt,
Eva-Have you decided to accept the
young man. Kat'irrine? Katharine-
No. At present I look upon binr mere-
,.as a pack of cards. Eva-A pack of
cards? Katharlne-Yes. If he has the
long green I shalt make a denl. Eva-
And if he has not? Katharine-Then I
shall cut hfn.-Cfhicngd News.
-- ~ + %


The str. Tarpon arrived from the
south at 5:80 o'clock a. m., Friday
and from Mobile and Pensacola At
11:16 a. w. yesterday.
The sobr. Cleopatra arrived irom
Puasaoola, early Monday morning.


Leaves 5t. Andrews Bay, every Monday
Leaves Pensacola, Thursday weathere
permitting). Spedal attention will b
given to receiving and ferwardin
freight for parties living anywhere o
either arm of the Bay, and passenger
for aauy point on the iay can depen
*poa securing prompt transportatlo,
aft4reaonibl ratM. Good, asunger
.acommodatons. Express and Railroad
S eight sneeialtli. For further in-
formatloa apply to
OrWAT WAaS. Geu. Manager.

anrrie tap East Bay Mail between St.
Andrew. Wetappo and intermediate
polite. Leaves St. Andrew daily (ex
eMpt Sunday' at 5:00 a, min.; arrive at
1We aspo at 12J:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1.00 p. in ; arrives at St. Andrew at
7:30 p. min. Makes landings regularly at
Panama City, Crometon, Parker, Cal-
lawaT. Coun, Allanton and Farmdale.
Freight landed at any poetofflie wharf.
For passenger and freight rates, see
rate card ln the several postoffices.
F. A. WITHIRuILL, Manager.

The following table rooord4 the max-
imum, minimum ahd mean temopera-
tures. the rainfall and direction of the-
wind for the twenty-tonr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S
nstrume at*"

Date...... |6 I Rain. |Wind
My.. 78 72 75 .03 s
a 9 85 70 77 .00 *a
10 82 73 10 se
11 85 70 78 .05 nw
12 83 66 71 .08 s
13 81 60 70 .08 s
13 88 60 74 .00 ae
S83 1651 74 .34 i

Won Both Fee and lirl.
A young lawyer In a western city
"a,a &ed by a business man against
whom a $25,000 claim was about.to be
pressed to Incorporate his business so
as to render him judgment proof. It
wA his first chance for a fat fee, and
he did the job with\ Immense success.
"They couldn't find j| c!" Jubilantly
exclaimed the client afttr the usual
supplementary exami s on. Pocket
Ing bis fee, the attorney hastened to a
summer resort to press his suit for the
hand Of a fair maiden. Only the pa-
jernal consent was lacking, so he de-
hermined to make himself particularly
agreeable to the father. One evening
as they were pufflng their after dinner
cigars the father suddenly asked If the
lawyer knew a 'Mr. -. Most assur-
edly the suitor did.
"Well, that old rascal owes me $25..
000," grunted the father, "and a tele-
grtm Informs me that some slick law-
yer has fixed him up so I can't recover
a cent."
A hilarious outburst followed a min-.
ate of silence on the part of the attor.
ney. He told the whole story--and
won the girl.-Brooklyn Eagle.

Orchestra Tuning Explained.
Doubtless many theater goers have
wondered why It Is a practice of or-
ebestra musicians to make their ap-
pearance so far ahead of the time of
Sbeginning the performance and sit in
their seats with nothing to do. Then,
at a seeming given signal, all hands
begin to "tune up," torturing the ears
of the early arrivals wltI a series of
squeaks and scrapes. The mystery
was explained by an orchestra leader
the other day. "The Instruments have
to be In accord with the temperature
of the housee" said he. "There may be
several degrees difference between the
temperature of the music room below
Stage and the house itself. If we tuned
our violins downstairs they would all
e .flt when we take our places In
the orchestra. For that reason we
come upstairst earlier and let our in-
eu'TUpwtt get the house atmosphere
Betoe, the actual tuning begin."-
IeewvTort Pre-s.

The Coneelab(e Widow.
Widows i Paris appear to be about
*a times more easily consolable than
: widowers. Out of 1,907 derelict ladles

on whom statisticians kept an eye
after their husbands' demise only three
were left still lone and mourning after
eighteen months had passed away.
Out of 2,270 widowers thirty-seven re-
mained untonsoled, or had had enough
#, one go at the lottery. One hundred
and fortyelight had not the grace to
wait until the year was out to re-
mnarry; 28 did watt a year, but took
second wives tmmedldtely afterward.
All these who married again abd done
It before three years had gone by. Ap-
arently If a widower can watt thre
yeas Be- fn safe and fall Inato the ml-
Wority, wbch I this ease was thirty-
seven of thbo for whiom once to
*oughf-iondon Vetegrap&

-v Beat Iriend'.
Alexander ]anton, who lives on Ru-
ral Boute. No. T,. FMort Edward', N. Y.
say1"Dr. -Iftug's New Discovery is my
lest eartily friend', rt cured' mA of
asthma six years ago. It has also per-
Ibrmed' a wonderful cnre of incipient
consumption for my son's wife'. The
frst bottle ended the terrible cough,
and this acomnplshsed, the other sympr
: ?oms left one by one, until she was per-
fectly well, Dr. King's Now discovery's
pewer over'coughs and colds is simply
marvelous." No other remedy has ever
.>quljed it. Iully guaranteed by A. A.
3Baske. 50 aa SL. Trial bottle free.

-'--Souvenir B4ookt oI t. Andrew, 05c
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's.
-Colored and plain souvenir pstal-
cards with St. Andrew soenes at the.
Buoy office
-Blank Warranty Deeds, abort torm
printed on good Itnen caper, 25c per
dozen: also blant receipts--100 recepts
la a block, 10c each, at the Buoy office
-WIIABg INK Tablets, Pride, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
best ink. Economical permanent. abso-
lutely indelible, convenient, non-coro-
si ve
-Handsome letter beadq with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c. per dozen; aloo map,
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
buck of a letter sheet at 15c, per dozen,
at the B-xov Office
-The term of the St. Andrew public
school held ite closing session last Fri-
day afternoon. The teachers and pu
pils bade adieu to each other through
the medium of appropriate exercises
and an ice cream and oake social dim.-
ner, which was greatly enjoyed by all
who participated.
-St. Andrew was visited by a heavy
downpour of rain, accompanied .yv
lightning and thunder and omea hail, al-
though the sphere were not quite as
large as hen's eggs, yesterday morning.
For a time, the floodgates of the skies
appeared to be thrown wide open, and
up to noon rain had fallen to the depth
1.65 inches.
-Parker Lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. wilt
meet in regular communication nex
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pai ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their hoire lodge and
a full v paid un receipt tor nues.
-On Saturday last a man by name of
T. M. Pittman from Millville, was brot
before Jnstice of the Peace, Sturrock
hobarged with using profane language
on the public highway, in the presence
of a lady. He wits found guilty and sen-
tenced to pay a fine of five dollars. This
is all the statutes of Florida will allow
in auch cases. He was also charged with
selling, or giving away liquors contra-
ry to law. and, on the -testmonny of
three witnesses was held on a bond of
$500 to appear before the. next term of
the county court. Failing to pay his
fine or make his bond, Deputy She'iff
Daffn started with him to jail in Ver-
non, Monday.
Daniel O'Connell.
After a dinner at Lord Dungarvan's,
Lady Morgan writes in her diary, I
met the redoubtable Dan O'Connell.
Da. Is not brilliant in private life, not
e-ven n.greeablo. is mild, lent, un-
aisumng.; ap,areXYvy absorbed and ani
Utter l-rau-ger to the give and take
chnni-m of g',l society. I said so to
Lord C anr'cnrde, who replied: "If you
rnw li;w I found him this morning'
ills ha!il. t'e very ep 'p- of his door.
"ro.'d '< with his clientele. Ie had n
.vord or a written order for each. then
1,urr:,d o<0 'f t'-e ilw courts, thence to
the Ihipro'veno-int soclety and was the
o-- t lie tio 'y. Two hours before he
x'a:: n s : ; h rlat clever but violent
speech t'> Mr. In Touehe, and now no
woiteir that hoe looks like an extinct
A Curious Epitaph.
The following epitaph Is copIed from
a tomb in the vicinity of Port Royal,
.fnmalca: "Here lletla the body of
Louis Cakly, Esq.. a native of Mont-
pellier, in France, which country be
left on account of the revocation. He
was swallowed up by the earthquake
which occurred at that place in 1692,
but by the great providence of God
was, by a second shock, flung Into the
sea, where he continued swimming un-
til rescued by a boat and lived forty
years afterward."

Good Ideam.
First Beggar-How is it that you ael-
ways manage to get something from
both of those women on the ground
floor of that apartment house? Sec-
ond Beggar-Dead easy. I ring both
bells at the same time. Both women

come to the doors at the same time
and each one wants to outdothe other.
-Fliegende Blatter.

The 'S eds Were There.
Farmer Nublitns (shouting across the
garden fence to his next door neighbor)
-Hey, there! What are you burying
In that hole? Neighbor-Oh, I'm just
replanting some of my garden seeds.
Nubbins-Garden seeds, ehl Looks to
me mighty like one of my hens. Neigh-
bor-That's all right. The seeds are in-
slde.-London Mail.

Their Solution.
"Tompkins and ihs wife always get
along splendidly. They do just as they
"How fortunate! How. do you ac-
count for it?"
"They don't live together."-Milwau-
kee Sentinel.

A' Pair of Whys.'
She (coming down late)-Why do you
wear that yachting cap? You are nev-
er on f yacht. He-Why do you wear
that Watch? You are never on time.-
Bohemian Magazine.

When a man says "L can hear a
noise.", It, probably never occurs to
him that there Is nothing try this wide
world that anybody can hear but r
noise: '

The Squall.
"Where do you suppose that squall' is
coming fromn" asked, the amateur
yachtsman. "I don't know." replied
the head of a small but obstreperous.
family. "i;P;cs it is coming from the
radlle of ihe d(eep."-fIaltinwe- Amer-
ica u.

A swxri'm of een Cezlotui. fron'T 10,
000 to 2000W, In a natural state, in a
hive from 3.000 to 40.4000 bees.

At 7 o'clock last iSunday evening,
the 12th inst., at the residence of
the blido's parents eon Washingtor.
avenue, St. Andrew, was celebrated
the marriage of M. J. B. Moates and
Mias Annie Purcell, Rev. (0, L. Joy-
ner officiating. Thus, two of St. An-
drew's very popular young people
have taken passage on the good ship.
Matrimony, with her prow pointed to
tlie port of peace and prosperity.
That they may enjoy a delightful
voyage with favoring winds over
quiet seas and escape all storms and
timpests, is the hope of their host of
friends throughout the Bay country
and Wabhington county, generally,.
N "ice,
Dr. S. .B. Alexander of Marianna,
Fla., will be in St. Andrew on cr about
the 1st of July, prepared to do all kinds
of dental work. All ,those wishing to
have their teeth looked after will do
well to avail themselves of this oppor-
bciatica Cured After Twent. Years
of 'i'or1ture.
For more than twenty years Mr. J. B.
Massey of 3322 Clinton St Minneapolis,
Minn., was tortured with sciatica. The
pain and a' offering which he endured dur-
ing this time is beyond con prehension.
Nothing gave him any permanent relief
until he used Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
One application of that liniment relieved
the pain and made sleep and rest possi-
ble, and less than one battle has effected
a permanent cure. If troubled with sci-
atica or rheumatism why rfot try a 25.
cent bottle of 'ain Balm, and see f)r
yourself how quicKly it relieves the pain.
For sale Iy all medicine dealers.
Beggars and Weather.
"What weather Is best tor our busi-
ness? Why, winter weather," said the
beggar. "Sure, winter makes people
generous to the poor. In summer peo-
ple have an idea that everybody can
get along somehow. It's warm then,
you know, and they think the poor
won't suffer anyway. But the colder
the weather the warmer It ma ijn peo-
ple's hearts, and the more tt-Vy give
then in some ways. The one draw-
back to my particular line of business
In winter is thatin cold weather every-
body goes about ldn the streets with
gloves on and overcoat buttoned up.
and men that would put down their
names for a good sum on a subscrip-
tion list indoors, where they could give
It In comfort, are not so ready to drag
off their gloves and drag open their
coats and go down In their jeans for a
nickel out of doors. Even with thIs
drawback, and it's a big one. I do bet-
ter In winter than In summer. But If
it wasn't for that In winter I'd get
rich."--New York Sun. ,

Long Distanoe Skee Races.
As S test of ~JiU", strength .and ..en.
durance it wpuld: be difficult to beai
the long distance skee races in Norway
and Sweden. Of these contests the
most severe Is undoubtedly the twelve
mile race over the mountains which
opens the great annual "Snow Derby"
at Holmenkollen, about four mile's
from Christiania. In this race, which
begins with a steep ascent of 400 t0
500 feet, the skee lobnor has to j'imp
clefts and ravines, to hop over fnalen:
tree trunks and overcome every kind
of obstacle that man can devise; t6
rush down steep decltvities apd to>
make his devious way through moun
tain forests until lie reaches the goal.
triumphant, but utterly exhausted.
Considering the arduous nature o'
these contests, some of the perform-
ances are remarkable. Thus the win-
ner of an international speed compete
tlon held at Stockholm covered the
course of forty miles at an average
speed of eight and one-bait miles an

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
a The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fi'
-. jter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
__ if they are sick or out

S of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
Smatism come from ex-
-a 9cess of uric acid In the
k* u.*-" blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quirk or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had Aeart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-'
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty-
cent and one-dollar siz-
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail nome ot swampRoot.
free. also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y; -.
Dou't make any mistake, but remember
the name, :Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address. Binghani-
ito. N. Y.. on every bottle.

Cinnamon Topers.
Both cinnamon and cassia contain
tannin, and too much of either has the
same effect as excessive tea drinking.
There are cinnamon and cassia topers
who are as much addicted to the habit
of chewing the bark as some men are
to chewing tobacco. The cinnamon
topers; acquire their habit chiefly from
working' -l the woods stripping the,
bark fror the trees and drOing It. It
is graded by men who taste, a tiny m.Or-
eel of each lot. At first this causes the
lips and throat to swell, but In tlme'
this- undesfiable effect overcomes Itself,
and a' genuine love for the bark Is ac-

Simply Couldn't Suppose It.
Scottish folk are proverbially canny
and prudent n money matters, and
the following ows that the younger
generation exceptionon to the rule.
enl"" e -t" lowland school was
taking meunt ai Tfi w th a class
of boya. She h l one uorchiu:
"How 1 rX wauld your another give
you to imy foil pounds of tea at one
and six a Pad?"
"We na'er ~et soe much at once as
that. mniim
"Never mIn that. Four pounds at
one and six
"But wO clya afford the one and
six, mumn. Wefalways hae the one and
twa." -
"Answer the question. What would
she give you to pay for four pounds of
tea atf-
'*Nawthin', mnum."
"What do you mean by 'nothing?'"
"She'd na' gle' me only bawbees.
She'd tell me tae ask the mon tae pit
It doon." ,
"Oh, dearly Oh,,dear! But, supposing
she did?"I
Wtli a pitying smile came the reply.
"A can i-ee y're ne'er met ma mother,
mum."-Pliladelphia Public Ledger.
What L'ya In Good For.
Tourists 'u" -ly are astonished at
the practical pse mndo of the lava
that has flowed from Vesuvius in past
and recent eruptions, for all Naples
and its vicinity appear to be a world
of lava. The streets are paved with
it. There are staircases and statues,
drinking troughs, bric-a-brac and even
jewelry of this strange material which
once bubbled from the yellow and drip-
ping lips of the great crater above.
The careless guides make money out
of It by pressing coins or other objects
on partially cooled fragments and sell-
ing these to visitors. On the ashy
flanks of the mountain there is enough
lava to build another New York or
Chicago--a sboreless frozen sea, it
seems, of dulF black that shimmers
strangely purple In some lights. These
heaving hillowl and snakelike masses
were once wbite hot steaming and
even explodint as the fiery flood met
some little tknneent stream on the way

mw ekes In War.
In thie R~'Rlun defeat McDowell
laid the -bie on Pntterson. In the
battles aroul4'RIcbmnud ILe's plans
failed on accent of Huger's lethargy.
At Pittsburg La.nding Grant would
have been suo essful but f6r Wallace.
At Gettyshurjg Lee's hands were tied
by the dilntorfess of Stuart. And so
on frnin the foundation of the world
to the present, time. It has been said
by writers on'he art of war that every
battle Is n .egles of mistakes. These
mistnkeq nre nade on both sides and
are timhe 'nunr'f victory as well as de-
feat. It is nanost amusing to think of
the numberless good aud sufficient rea-
sons that Shifter could have given if
he h:ad bl'en defeated In Cuba. If Ja-
pan ltod b een worsted in the Russo-
Japanese waci. ,me result would have
been th.nt Onrii'm would have writ-
ten the Tr, of, r Inmentations and ex-
cuses hit IttF or Kiuropatkln.-Chfago

An 014- imie Playful Prisoner.
Over a '.pt'ur.v go there occurred In
London wh:il tLh> Annual Register call-
ed "a tnost unparalleled atrocity." It
was oily the theft of a pocket hand-
kerchief from a pocket, but the circum-
stances of the deed explain the vehe-
mence of this denunciation. Four men
were 'o their trial for assaulting a man
In his house at Ponder's End, putting
him In fear and stealing from him, and
one of tbhem rlievred the tedium of the
trial, which lasted eight hours, by pick-
ing the pocket of one of the turnkeys
as he stool In tho dock. An official had
the presence of mind to order the res-
toration of the handkerchief, and the
prisoner bad enough presence of mind
to obey "with the most careless Indif-
ference," bqt the court, we read. "were
horror stru j." Justice, however, pull-
ed itself together sufficiently to sen-
tence all four men to death.

words and Scimiters.
The sclmner of the Saracens was the
most effective sword for cutting pur-
poses ever devised. It will be remem-
bered how, according to the story of
Sir Walter pcott's "Talisman," with
such a weapon thie pagan Saladin chop-
ped a soft cushion uin two at one blow,
to the amazenent of Richard Coeur de
Lion. With n straight sword one can
make a hack or thrust, but to slice an
adversary one must saw with it. The
sclmiter, beIng curved and wide and

heavy toward the end, slices by the
mere fact of striking.

His Scoheme Failed.
"I wonder why it is," remarked one
of the two men who had just lunched,
turning to speak to the other, "that
they always have pretty cashiers at
these restaurants."
But the Pretty cashier, though she
blushed an$ smiled, did not fall to de-
tect the ('Cnadiant quarter he threw
lown in pIyment of his check.-Chi-
His Own Portrait.
Mr. Misfit (savagely)-Before I mar-
ried you, was there any doddering idiot
gone on you? Mrs. Misfit-There was
one. 'Mr. Misfit-I wish to goodness
you'd married him! Mrs. Misfit-I did.
-Illustrated Bits.

A Narrow Escave.
G. W. Clbyd, a merchant oil Plunk,
Mo., had a narrow escape tour years
ago, when he ran a jimson burr into his
thumb. He says: "The doctor wanted
to amputate it, but I would not consent.
I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve and that cured the dangerous
wound." 26c5. at A: H. Brake's.

Sunflower Moat Deceitful of Plants.
"The sunflower," said a naturalist,
"is the most deceitful of all plants, for
it has fooled six nations. Six nations
believe that the sunflower turns to-
ward the sunt, and so thoroughly are
they deluded that they call it by a
name which bears witness to their er-
ror. Thus, the 'rench call the sun-
flower tournesol: the Spanishb call it
girasol; the Italians call ft gfrasole;
the Hungarians call it naptaforgo.
Each of. these words means 'turn to
the sun.' The English and Americans
don't go :quite that far In admitting
themselves to be the plant's dupes.
They only call it sunflower. They
mean by that name, though, quite as
much as the other names Imply. The
belief is general among six nations
that the sunflower turns with the sun
and always Aices the luminary. As a
matter of fact, there is only one flower
that turns or keeps with the sun--
namely, the sun spurge."

Holes In the Legs.
A scientist says that hogs' legs per-
form a function not known to any oth-
er animal, and that is an escape pipe
or pipes for the discharge of waste
water or sweat not used in the econ-
omy of the body. These escape pipes
are situated upon the inside of the
legs, above and below the knee in the
fore legs and above the gambrel joints
in the hind legs, but In the latter they
are very small and functions light.
Upon the Inside of the fore leg they
are In the healthy hog always active,
so that moisture is always there from
about or below these orifices or ducts
In the healthy hog. The holes in the
leg and breathing in the hog are his
principal and only means of ejecting
an excess of heat above the normal,
and when very warm the hog will open
the mouth and breathe through that
channel as well as the nostrils.

An Extraordinary Biography.
The most extraordinary biography In
existence Is neither written nor print-
ed. It Is painted. It contains the life
and adventures of Charles Magnrs., a
noble Venetian. Having been calum
ninted, he determined to set himself
right in the eyes of his contemporaries
and employed Paul Veronese to pain'
his biography. The volume has eight
een pages of vellum. Each has a large,
central picture, surrounded by to;:
smaller, each hnvlna Its appropriltt'
Inscription, the whole recounting the
most notable scenes In his life.

The Way to Keep Posted.
"You must read a great many bookP
to keep so well acquainted with cur-
rent pnblientions?"
"No," answered Miss Cayenne. "I
don't take time to' read books. It
would interfere with the constant
study of the advertisements that is
necessary to keep really informed."-
Washington Star.
His Definiticr.s.
"Faith," said Brother Williams, "Is
de faculty what kin turn de song er a
sawmill into de hallalula er de angels."
"An' what is hope?"
"Hope is de faculty,what keeps you
looking' for something' you neer gits."-
Atlauta Co:sltiution,. i

A Man Worth Knowing.
"There's a man who could be one of
the country's greatest poets If he
"And he isn't?"
"Introduce me."-Cleveland Press.

Men occasionally walk well, but all
ought to walk better. Women are a
despair. They shuffle, stride, waddle,
prance, scurry and think it no disgrace
to walk like a mechanical toy.-London
One's Point of View,
'" liked that play we saw last night
bhcaiu.e it has a happy ending."
"'Why. mau, the husband in it ter-
orlze s hi wife into trembling and
lentt submission and ends by killing
h.s another-in-law!"
"I said it ha1 a happy ending."-Bal
timore American.
A Frenchman was convicted of kill-
ing his mother-in-law. When asked if
he had anything to say for himself be-
fore taking sentence, he said. "Noth-
ing, excepting I lived with heb twenty-
one years and never did !t hfore."
Many Childuen Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's. Sweet Powders for
Children, used by Mother Gray, a nurse
in Children's Home, New York, break

up colds in 24 hours, cure feverishness,,
headache, stomach troubles, teething
disorders, and destroy worms. At all
drugrists, 2bec. Samole mailed FREE.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, NY.

Parker Blacksmith Shop,
Parker, Fla.,
On Friday and Saturday, ach
Renly to do General Blacksmithing!



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"So you have taree'pairs of glasee,.
professor?" "-- -
"Yes. One pair to read with, another Lhw. e made by ord people and
for nearsightedness and a third pair by men. Youths and women want the
to look for the other two wlth."-Flle- exceptions, old people the rules.-
!ende Blatter .. ; \ Goethe.
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Fotidden Gamen.
Almost every one of England's pop-
ular games has at one time or another
been made Illegal. Scotland In the
home of golf, yet in 1457 the Scottish
parliament passed an act entalling me-
vere penalties on any one caught play-
Sag the game.
Edward III., Henry IV. and Henry
VIII. all strongly objected to football,
and Queen Elizabeth made it an of-
tense punishable by imprisonment to
play football There Ik a record of six-
teen people being imprisoned at once
for breaking this law.
Football is still under a ban in some
parts 'of the world. Two of the Swiss


blindfolded hlie could tell It nimong 10,-
*IO Ily merely taking It between hit
thuml anid forethifner.
Crushing a Critic.
School superitendents li New York
among their many duties are expected
to report on the personality. of the
teachers In their district. It is not nl
ways easy to get "a line" en th:tt qual-
Ity of a teacher, no many are IhnleIu Int
the work. One of the superintendent,
bowevcr. is never satisflwed until le Ibua
made the tept for orderliness by asking
the teneber to open blh or her desk.
One dny lie found one of 1his fair sub-
* ordinates with things liL.great ronfu
lion. She -was evidently violating
heaven's first law.
"My dear," said he to the binshing
delinquent. "I don't believe you would
mnke a good housekeeper."
The desk closed with a bang. There
was fire-In her eye aA she calmly re
"Obl Are you looking for a house
eeMpr"'-New York Preqa.

cantons refuse to allow It, and In Tur-
key It Is absolutely illegal, and those
who dare to play It are punished.
Among oddities of laws about games
must be mentioned a- French decree of
the thirteenth century: By the king's
command the gallants of the court
were forbidden to play tennis "In
their shirts." Whether his majesty of
France Insisted -upon coats only or
whether the unfortunate players were
doomed to practice In complete suits
of armor does not appear. London
A-drlealtwe In Africa.
Kicepting perhaps some Malayan.
tribes the Africau negroes are said to
be the finest agriculturists of all the
natural races. The Bongos are said to
have a greater variety of garden plants
around their huts than are found In the
fields and gardens of a German vil-
lage. Irrigation Is practiced. The An-
golas, in the Kongo distrielt, have prac-
tical Irrigation. The Wachangu lshpw
wonderful skill In Irrigating their ter-
raced hillsides by tunnels of water di-.
verted from the main stream. "They
have a clear mode of Irrigating equally
a given surface. Ad the little canals
tof water are always elevated above the
cultivated plants, they will' tap then'
at a convenient spot above the beds t(
be watered and then- turn the stream
Into a rough conduit made of the hol-
low stems of bananas cut in.,half, the
end of each stem overlapping the next.
Then as the water enters the last Joint
It Is freely turned right and left, dls-
tributing the vivifyingg stream in all
directions."-Bouthern Workman.

Too Cd For Overcoats.
*IYou do not find any one wearing
7 Overcoats In Alaska, even in the win-
ter," said a man from that territory.
The principal thing t to be careful
about Is keeping the head, hands and
feet warm. In that part of Alaska
where I have been the only land trans-
portation Is by dog sleds, adnd to fol.
low them one has to drop Into a dog-
trot beside the sled. An ordinary suit
Is plenty thick enough to keep you
warm. and an overcoat Is dangerous in
that temperature. Trotting alongIdep
a sled wearing an overcoaf -would
make you perspire, and the bitter cold,
would freeze the perspiration. The
men there wear a fur cap that covers
every part of tlie hetd and f-ic,~ exr'ept
the eyes, and there is o.ly ni little peep--
hole for theln.. Wodl lined mil.ts are
worn oh th l:nnrl-i nn-i tuoerva ius with
woolen stock ings on the feet."--Baltl-
more Sun.

The Fly Thr I un.redi For Mendelmohn
The fol.o'"-'ing story Is told of the
mutic of the overture to "A Midsum.
nmer Night's Dream:" Whi.e Mendels-
.shn wai :s deip In the nmirking of this
s;an:e fine overtinrp hIe wvent riding one
day with Ht frlond1. In order, :ifter
nwlhile, to rpst their horse. tih two
l'ooni enlllpIniin"s disinontei ftnd
strretchl il then'ms'lveis nu:t iii'h,, r the
!in'i. o)' n g;.v' t I:',.- Sniililvniy there
r-inite uii i itel l; A-sl:" rri'on the
i-.,tt r p) or. vwho hilf narot, vet,
(ci..!i l; s .l .% A r l :,' .r wa\-q Il ./ing
over thrmln. nil Mit, !. -,]i.<4oluii \Vf.' a;xx -
|.I-w t m-.itfh t!h'- tI r' s l :uil of the In,
soe t' l h' li ni .: it ': liunilly lrifl'til far
thor ..V,ty .;:!': d ,y.- I.t,,r w h tl tl- .
OVt.'Pn1 *' i':.l i:,pn '*n le|t|Ied tlhe iirts't
en tl ', I lris "rh:m's aitt nionl to that
p;s.i: v2 i! !ltr.'res.n" i where the vio-
lou, iel i;:)..ii te.t 141 the ebhird of the
Fre(enth of the descenditra scale from
B minor to F s.Irlrp minor. "There.
that's the fly that ht.zzod past us at
Schoulhiusan." said .Mendelssobhn.

Ninome of Great len.
Promininot moses seen to have been
the propoeity of mauny great men. Ly-
rurgu3 an.L Solou had noses six inches
In length, and Ov.d was nuinamed
Nasoe on aecontt of his hil'ge nose.
Bclpio Na4sca derived his name from
his promliunrut olfactory orgetn. nand
Alexander jht, (;rent and Cardinals
Wolsey and Itichelleu alnil had large
noses. On the medals of Cyrus and
Artaxerxes their noses came clear out
to the rim of the coin. Washington's
was the' trie aquiline type, Indicative
ofp lrnminess anud fmintleuce, as was the
no'e of Julids OCtesar. Mohammed had
a siiigular oi-e. It was ao curved that.
a .writer has tolid us that the point of if
seemed continually striving to lisert
itself between his lips. The noses of
Frankllu. Shikespeare and Dr. John
aoa o il had wide nostrils, betokening
atrengih anud love of thought. The uose
of N.npolhoeu was exquisitely though
firmly chiseled. He often said. "Give
nme a main with plenty of nose!" Fred-
erikk the Great lhand so lhrge a nose
that I.vanter offeredI to wager that

677 lot 7 s9 1112 bk 6 s35t. sec 35. 38 r 1363 lots t 20, bk 8s sec35, t 3s r 15w.
78 lot 6 blk 6 s se 35 t. 3s r. 15w1368 lots 12 1, blk 11 sI .ec 35, t 3s r 15w'
61 lots 8 10 12 14 to 19bll 7 st see35 t.: 3sr. 15w. 1372 1 247, blk 13 14see35, t 3s r 15w.
683 lots5 6 7 8 blk 8 sisec35 t 3sr. 15w. 137 lt 7, blk 13 si see35, t 3 r 1w.
688 lots 17 to 20 blk 9 si sec35t. 3s r. 15w. 1373 lot 17, blk 13 sA see 35, t 3s r 15w.
689 lots 7 9 blk 10s see 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1375 lot 7, blk 14 sk s se 3 5, t 3s rr 15w.
690 lots 11 to 15 blk 10 si sep 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1376 lots 11 to 151blk 14 si sec 35, t 3s r 15w.
691 lot 16 blk 10s sec 33 t5. 3 r. l5w. 13775 lots 1to11,blk5isisec35. t3s r 15w.
693 lots 1 to 8 blk 12 s* see 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1385 lot 1, blk 17 si sec 35. t 3s r 15w.
696 lot 10 blk 13 si see 35t. 3s r. 15w. 1386 lot 3, blk 17 si se 35, t 3s r 15w.
697 lots 3 4 5 18 blk 14 sa see 35 s. 3s r. 15w. 1388 lot 6, blk 17 s4 sec 35, t 3s r 15w.
698 lot 10 blk 14 si sec 35 t. 3s r.15w. 1391 lots12, hlk., 8l s.e35, t3sr 15w.
699 lot 16 blk 14 si sec 35 t* 3s r. 15-w. 1391 lot 12, 1 \ 81 .ee 35, t 3s r 15w.
706 lots 13 14 15 16 blk 16 s4 see 35 t. 3s'r. 15w. 1393 lot 14 blki A see 35, t 3s r 15w.
+70i lots 5 7blk 1.7 s isex 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1397 lot1 9,nd k of t 3s12, bk 21 s se r 15w.
709 lots 4 5 blk 18 sise 3 t. 3 r. 15w. 1399 lot bof lot 1 2, tblk21 sisec 3 r 1 5w t.
711 el lot 3 blk 20 si sec 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1407 nlot I 1 1 bk 2 3 se se3 35, tt3s r 15w.
712 lots2 3 si ot ni and si Of lot 12 blk 21 ss see 35 t. 3srr. 15w. 1407 lots 911 14 177, blk 23 s sec 35, t3 r 15w.
714 lots 6 7 blk 22 si see 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1408 lot 19, bik 23,si sec 35. t3s 15w.
715 lot 11blk 22 si sec 35 t. 3s8r. 15w. 1409 lot 1, blk 24 s Ae. 35, t 's r 15w.
721 lot 16 blk 23 s see 35t. 3s r. 15w. 1410 lots 34, blk 24 see35, t 3s r 15w.
721 n olot 16 1k 23 F sec 35 t. 3sr 5. lw 1411 lot 12, blk 244 sec- 35, t 3s r 15w.
731 niof e :lotlblk6 scc35i. 3sr.,o15W, 141 i^ o -..
743 si lots 6 to 11 blk 29 si sec 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1412 lots 3 4,1lk 2,, s, se 35, t 3s r 15w.
746 lot 12 blk 30si see 35 t. 3s r. 15w. 1414 lots 811i blk sf see 35, t 3s r 15w.
748 lots 2 3 blk 31 si sec 35t. 3s r. 15w. 1415 lot 16,blk 2 si see 3;5, t'3s r 15w.
808 lot 5 blk 17 s siec 35, t. 38 r, 15w 1416 lot5 2 blk 26i sec 35, t 3s r 15w.
811 lots 10 1117 18 bikl18 swi seo 36 t. 3s i. 15w. 1417 lots56, b)k 26 si see 35, t3s r15w.
812 lots 1 2 3 4 6 12 13 14 15 blk 18 swi.sec 36 t. 38 r. 15 w. 1418 lot 9, blk 26 see, 35, t 3s r 15w.
845 lot 0lblk10 nei sec 1 t. 41 r. 15w. 1420 lot 13, blk 26 st sec 35, t 3s r 15w.
850 lots 1 to 9 blk 16 net see 1 t'. 4s r. 15w. 1421 lots 14 15, blk 2 see 35, t 38 r 15w.
851 lot 10 blk 16 net sec 1 t. 4s r. 15W. 1 lot 9 blk 31 sec 3, t3s r 15w.
852 lots 11 to 18 blk 16 nel sec 1. 4s r. 15w. 1443 lot 9, blk 31eo s ws ei 3 3s6, t 3i 15w.
854 lot 18 blk 26 net see 1 t. 4s r. 15w. 1443 lot 11, blk 13 4 e, swi see 36, t 3s r 15w.
All situated in Washington county, Florida. The said land being assessed at 1444 lots 3 to 13, blk 14 e swi se., 3 i, t 3s r 15w.
the date of the issuance of sbch certificates in the, name htreinafter immediate- 1445 lot 18, blk 14 ei swi -ec 36, t 3s r 15w.
ly following the number of such certificates, as follows, )o-wit: 1446 lots 1 to 9, blk 15ei swi s, c 36, t 3s r 15w.
No. Name No. Name 1447 lots 10 to18, 1 5i swi s e 36, t 3 s r 15w.
of Certificate. to whom assessed, of Certificate. to whom assessed 1449 lot 1, blk 17 ei sw se 36, t 3s r 15w.
659..................... Unknown. 673.......... .... ........Unknown. 1450 lot 4, blk 17 et .wl sec 36. t 3s r 5w.
677....... ............FM Moates. 678....................... Unknown. 141 lot 17. blk e'.swi se.. 36, t 3s r 15w.
681...................F M Moates,. 683...... ...... .........F M Moates. 1452 lot 18, blk 173 nswi see 36, t 3s r 15w.
688...................F M Moates. 689.................. A Alexander. 1457 lot 9,blk 30 e i sw seec36, t 38 rl 15w.
690......................'Unknown. 691....:.................Unknown. 14-,lot112, blk31)e s 3ci, t3s r15w.
603................... Unknown. 609......................Unknown. 14, t 710 bik 31 eI see 36,t 38 rl5w.
697.................... Unknown. 698.......................Unknown. 14,) let 6, blk 32 ei,'4 see 36, t3s r 15w.
699 ..................Unknown. 706............... .........Unknown. 1461 bkot, 6, elos32 e 8s sec 36, t 3s r 15w.
707......................Unknown. 709.......................Unknown. 1462 blk 2 less lots 7 8 13 s14e15 16setsec6. t3s r 15w
S i1 ......................Unknown. 712.....................Unknown. 1464 blk 4 less lots 5 6 7 8 13 14 15 16 set sec 36, t3s r 15w.
714..................... Unknown. 715............... .....F M Moates. 1465 blk 5 lessI n lot 3and s 36,ts 314 15 sew. se 36 t 3s r 15w
721....................F M Moates. 7.31 .....................F M Moates. 4 lots 9, bk 5 s Csec 36, t 3s r.15w.
743.......".........A Alexander. 746 ........................TUnknown. 14,9 lots 9, blk 7, sbk9 se seo 36, t3 s r 15w.
748.................... Unknown. 808... .................Unknown. 1475 los 2 3 4 151 6, blk 9 se* see 36, t 3s r 15w.
811.................Unknown. 812..................... Unknown. 1477 lots 1s16 17, blk 4se see 36, t3s r 15w.
e 845...................... Unknown. 850......................Unknown. 1480 lot sese2 36,1314 1516 17 18, bk 14 e e 36w.
51......................Unknown. 852......................Unknown. 1484 lots 1234 5 61314 1516 se 17 18, bl14se 3, t3 r 1 5w.
854. .. ............Unknown. 858.......................Unknown. 1485 lots 7 to 12, blk 14 Uei see 36, t 3s r 15w.
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue 1486 blk 15 sei see 36, t3a r 15w.
thereon on the 24tb day of May, A. D. 1907. W. C. LOCKEY. 1487 blk 16 sei sec 36t. 3s r 15w,
Feb. 8, 1901. EL.S.] Clerk Circuit Court, Washington County, Florida.

Notice of Applicatioq fur Tax Deed Notice oi Appietar n tir tioT D,.ei Ui.ier teuo., 8 of Cliaptei 4o88

Noli. -t in liec. ., ; .' L tIi J. -. HII D I',i I ,II h I ,I,.1-L I.. f t !e ollowil X Nax .ie I LI -u at . Druniaiouu, .rchaser of the fo&,oving Tax
C i ,l.'ac e. t
I 225.. dated the 2ndl da' of Sep'en.br, .A. D, I.S1.. till, l ..of April, A D 1892.
No. 1463. dated the8th day of Oc ober. A. D., 1889. No. 11 dIT O1 Aypril, AD 1892.
Has tiled said ortitleates in my oti.-e and Ii made apnolic ition for tax deed to No. 1311 mteI. I i, th |1 day o fApril, A D 1892.,
isseinon ac.-orilanc'- wiii law. Said ocrliniealte eibralac li.e property described No. 1312 dated the .lidaof Aptril, A 1892.
immediately to the right and opposite the number of thecertiticate, as follows: No. 1313 datedte 5tih day of April, A D 1892.
No. of Geriilicate. Description. No. 1315 dated 11._:., day o) f April, A D 1892.
225 Lots 8 9. blk 9, t`masee. 1, tp. 4s, r. 15w. A No. 1316 dated tle 3th d ot April, A D 1892.
14633 Blk 17, u4i sec. 1, tp. 4s, r. 15.w, NoW 1,37 dated te of Aril, A
All.eituated m nWashington county, Florida. The-said lat.d bing assessed at No. 1:137 dated the 5 h da of April, A D 1892,
the date of the issuance of such certificates in the name hereinafter immediate- No. 1339 dated the th day of April, A D 1892.
ately following the number of such certificates as follows, to-wit: No. 1340 dated the 5th day of April, AD 1892.
No. Name No. Name No. 1341 dated the idh day of April, A D-1892.
of Certificate. to whom assessed. of Certificate. to whom assessed. No. 1342 dated the 5th day of April, A D -1892.
225............Nania L. Hagle 1463.......'......Perry M. Denton No. 2343 dated the 5th iday of April, A D 1892.
Unless said certiflnates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will is- No. 1344 dated the 5.th day of April, A D 1892.
sue thereon on the 24th day of May A. D., 1907, V C. LOCKEY, No. 1343 daLte the 5th tdla of April, A D 1892.
.This 20th day of Feb., 1907. LL. s.] Clerk Ciruit Court, No. 1346 dated the 5th da. of April, A D 1892.
Washington County, Florida. No. 1347 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1353 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed No. 135. dated the 5tb day of April, A D 1892.
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. No. 1359 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of the following Tax No. 1361 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
Certificates: No. 1362 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1433 dated the 5th day of August, A. D., 1890. No. 1303 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1438 dated the 5th day of August, A. D., 1890. No. 1368 dated th 5t, day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1443 dated the 5th day of August, A. D., 1890. No. 1372 dated the 5th daof Anril, A D 1892.
No. 1443 dated the 5th day of August., A. D. 1890. No. 1373 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1445 dated the 5th day of August. A. D. 1890. No. 1375 dat,:d the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1446 dated the 5th day of August, A. D. 1890. No. 1376 dated the 5th day of April, AD 1892.
No. 144753 dated the 5th day of August. A. D. 1890. No. 1377 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1453 dated the 5th day of August, A. D 1890. No. 138, dated t.hoe5tl day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1454 dated the 5th day of August, A. D. 1890. No. 1386 date thefth iyda of April, A D 1892.
No. 1478 dated the 5th day of August, A. D. 1890. -No. 1388 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
Ne.'1479 dated the 5th day of August, A. D. 1890. No..13907 dated the 5uh day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1481 dated the 5th day of August, A. D 1890. No. 1391 dated the &th day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1482 dated the 5th day of August, A. D. 1890. No. 1393 dated the 5th day of April, A D1892.
No. 1588 dated the 5th, day ,,! August,, A. D. 1890. No. 1397 dated the 5tu day of April, A D 1892.
No. 1593 dated tbe 5tn day Of August, A. D. 1890. No. 1399 dated the 5th day of April, A 7D 1892.
NO. 16 3 dated tte 5th day of AugustA. D. 1890. No. 1400 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No 1611 dated the 5th day of Auaust, -A. D. 1890. No. 1407 dated the 5th day of April, A D1892.
Has filed said certificates in my 'office and has made application for tax deed to No. 1408 dazed the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
issue in accordance with law. Said certificates embrace the property deAcribed No. 1409 dated the 5th da of April, A D 1892.
immediately to the right and opposite the number of certificate as follows, to- No. 1410 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
wit: Nn. 1412 dated the 5tl day oef April, A D 1892.
No. of Certilicate. Description. No. 1414 dated the 5ti day of April, A D 1892.
1433. Lot 20, blk 3,a s ee. 35, t. 3s, r. 15w. No. 1415 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
1434. Lots 4 to 10, 12, 13, blk 4, s sec. 35,.t. 3s, r. 15w. No. 14165 dated the 5th day of April, A D71892.
1438. Bik 16, except lots 1, 2, 12, 13, 14 to 23, si see. 35, t. 3s., r. 15w. No 1416 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
1443. Lots 9 to 5. 8, 12, 19, blk 22, si sec. 35, t. 3.. r. 15w. No. 1417 'dat'd the' 3th day of April, A D 1892.
1445. Lots 16, 18, blk 24, siisec 35, t 3,. -. 15w. No. 1419 dated the 5th day 0-f April, A D 1892.
No. 1418 dated the 5th day' of April, A D 1892.

1446. Lots 516, 18, b12 to 16, bik 25 s35, tsee 3, t. 3s, r. 15w. 189
1446. Lot 8, bk 2 to 1, s se 35, t35, t. 33s, r. 15w No. 1419 dated the 5th ay o'. April, A D 1892.
1447. Lot 8, blk 32, s sec 35, t 3s, r.15w. No. 1432 dated the 5tLh da. of April, A D 1892.
1453. Lot 13, blk 31, si see 35, t 3s, r. 15w. No. 1421 dsted tIe 5th day of April, A D 1892.
1454. Lot 10, blk 1, Bayview, si sec 35, t. 3s, r. 15w. No. 1432 dated the 5th day -of April, A D 1892.
1478. Lots 7. 8, blk 13, eo swi sec 36, t. 3s, r.15w. No. 1443 dated the 5th day f April, A D 1892.
1479. Lot 16, bik 16, swi see 36, t. 3s, r. 15w. No. 1444 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
1481. Lots 5,16, blk 18, swi bee 36, t. 3s,.r. 15w. No. 1445 dated thi 5th day of April, A D 1892.
t 1T2. Bik 19 except lots 15, 16, swi sec 36, t. 3s, r. 15w. No. 1447 dated th h day of April, A D 1892.
1588. Lois 12, 13, blk 3, nwl sec 1, t. 49, r. 15w. No. 1449 ated t day o April, A D 1892.
1593. Lots 3, 4, 5, blk 15, nwl sLc 1 t. 4s, r. 15w. No. 1450 dated the.h day of April, A D 1892.
1603 Lots 10 11 12 13 blk 6 nei sec 1 t 4s r 15w. No. 4451 dated the h dav of April, A D 1892.
1611, Blk 21, neo sec 1, t. 4s, r. 15w. No. 4451 dated th d
"All -ituated n Washington county, Florida. The said land being assessed at No. 145 ated te day of Apri, A D 1892.
the date of the issuance ot such certificates in the name hereinafter immediate- No. 1457 dated th .th day of April, AD 1892.'
1V folow.ng the nimberof such certificates as follows, to-wit. No. 1459 dated lth thday of April, AD 1892.
No. "Name. No. Name No. 1459 dated thi th day of April, A D 1892.
of Certificate. to whom assessed, of Certificate. to whom assessed. No. 1460 dated tht 5th day of April, A D 1892.
1433 .... ................Unknown. 1434.......... ............ Unknown. No. 1461 dated thOibth day of April, A D 1892.
1438.............. ....Unknown. 1443................... Unknown. No. 1462 dated theLth day of April, A D 1892.
1445......... ........Unknown .6................... Unknown No. 1464 dated thli6th day of April, A D 192.
1447....................Unknown. 145.3.............. ...Unknown No. 1465 dated thq 5th day of April, A D 1892.
1454............... .John Bullard. 1478..................M A Mustin. No. 1466 dated thqth uay of A!rii, A D 892.
4 ........... Unknown. 1481.................. Known. No. 1468 dated tna5th day of April, A D 1892.
1482..... .........-Unknown. 1488..................... Unknown. No. 1475 dated th45th day of April, A D 1892.
15113 ......... ...-Unknown. 1604.................. Unknown. No. 1477 dat,-d the.5th day of April,.A D 1892.
161..................Ubknown. : willisue No. 148 dated the 5th da of April, A D 1892.
Unless said ertificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will isue No. 148 dated the thdaof April, A 1892.
thereon on the 24th day of May, A; D. 1907. W. C LOCKEY, No. 1485 dated the 5th dlay of April, A D 1892.
F' eb. 20, 1907. [L. S.] Clerk ( ircuitCourt, No. 1486 date, tlhe 5th day of April, A D 1892.
Washington County, Florida. No. 1487 dated the 5th dayi of April, A D 1892.
SNo. 1488 dated the 6t 1 iday of April, A D 1892.
N ote ot Application or Tax Deed No. 1490 dated tle5th day of April, A D1892.
SUnder eciion 8, Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. No. 1491 dated tIle 5h da, of April, A D 1892.
hereby given ,rthefollowinNo: 1492 dated I he 5th day of April, AD 1892.
Notice is hereby given th J. H. Drummond, purchaser of the ollowin Tax No. 1493 datd the th day of Aril A 1) 1892.
Certificates: No. 1498 dated tthe i diN,\ ol April, A D 1892.
No 659 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 149.9 datrLd the '-da of-April, AD 1892.
No 673 datedAl. 2ndd day ofJune,A D., 1891. No. 1500 dated tiiaxth da\ of April, A D 1892.
No 6-7 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 1501 dated thlo r. day of April, AD 1892.
NO 078 dated the 2nd day of une, A. D. 1891. No. 1502 datd ttie 5t.h day of April, A D 1892.
No 681 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 1.Su5 dated the 5t.i day of April, A D 1892.
No 6t3 dated the .nd d'ayof June, A. D. 1891,No. dated t th daril, A D1892.
No 688'dateu the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 15l8i dated the 5ith day of April, AD 1892.
No 689 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 1510 dted the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
No 699 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 1510 dated the ,5 -h day of April, A D 1892.
No C91 -lated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. 15014 dated the 5th day of April, A D 7892.
No 63 elated the 2nd day of June,'A. D. 1891. No. 1515 dated the 5thl day of April, A D 1892.
No (696 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D.1891. No. 1517 dated the 5th day of April, A D 1892.
SNo 697 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No 1523 dated the 5th day uo April, A D 1892.
No 698 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No.1541 dated the 5th d:ay of April, A D 1892.
N6 69i d(lated the 2nd day of ttiine A. D. 1891. Has filed said certificates in my office and has made application for tax deed to
No 706 dated the 2nd dlay of June, A. D. 1881. issue in accordance with law. Said certificates embrace the property described
SNo 707 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. immediately to the right and opposite the number of the certificate, aae.follows,
No 709 dated the 2nd day of Juner A. D. 1891. to-wit
No 711 dated tlie 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. No. of Certificate. Description.
No 712dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1310 blk 1 nwl sec 25, t 3 r-15w:t
No 714 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1897. 1311 blks 35 7 9 nw* sec 2.5, t3s r 15w.
No 715 dated the 2nd day of Jine, A. D. 1891. 1312 blks 11 13 15 17 twi see 25, t3s r 15.
NO721 dated the2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 3 k9 nw e.-. 3 r 15w
No 731 datedthe 2nd dav of Jue, A. D.1891. 1313 blk 21 nwl se e5., t 3s r 15w.
SNo 743 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1314 blk 21nw e 25, t 3w. r 15 w.
No 746 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1315 blks 23 1 2 5 i see 25, t 3s r 15w.
No 7-48 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1316 bltks 2t 29,31 bk see35, t 3s r 15w.
No 808 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1337 lots 1 tb 1) sw sec 35, t 3s r 15w.
No 811 dated tlie 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1340 lot ,10 rlk0 Ie 3i. 3s'l5w.
No 812 dated t.hIe 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 13 lot 16 2 c 35 t 3 s r i5w.
Nv845dated the 2nddayofJuue, A.D.1891. 1342 lot 14, bik 2 se35, t3s r 15w.
No 850 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1342 lot 14, blk 2 se 35, t3s r l15w.
No 851 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1344 ew lot 15, blk 2 si sec 35, t 3s r l5w.
No 852 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. 1345 wi lot 15, blk 2 ~ see 35, t 38 r 15w.
SNo 854 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1891. ots5to ,blk3ss35,t3r5w
No 858 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D.1891.' 13 14 to to blk4 l bsec35 t 3sr 15w.
Has filedsaid certificates in my office and has made application for tax deed to 1347 lots 14 to 2, bl so20, bksec 35 tisec 32 s3 r 15w.
issue in accordanec.with law. Said certificates embrace the property immedi 1353 lots I o and 13 to 2b, bi k 6 si sec 32 t 3s r 15w.
lately to the right and opposite the number of the certificate, as follows, to-wit: 1356 lots 2 b 7, lk 7 s see 33 38 r 15w.
SNoofCertificate. Descripton. 13589 lot 9,13k 20,7 sblk7 se 3, ts 3, r 3sr 5w.
(659 blk 24 nwi sec 25 t. 3sr. 15w. 1359 lots 1 3 20, lk 7 s so c 35 t 3s r 15w.
673. lot 13 blk 5 si see 35 t. 3sr. 15v. 1361 lot 9, blk S s's, 35, t 3s r 15w.
2 6_1 l t 10+ bi k 8 + ,,S t 3s r 1 5w .

1505 blks 3 13 15 17 19 29 31 nwi sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
.1511 lots-17 18 19 20 blk 4 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
1516 lots 1 to 16 blk 9 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
1519 lot 18 blk 10 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
1526/ lots 16 to 25 blk 15 si sec 3T5 t 3s r 15w. -
1535 lot 11 blk 18 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
1539 ni of ei of l5t 1 blk 20 si sec 35 t 3s r 15 w.
.1540 wi of lot 2 blk -20 si sec 35 t 3s 15w.
1541 lot 6 blk 20 ai sec 35 t 3 s i 15w.
1542 lots 7 to 11 blk 20 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
1547 lots 14 16 21 blk 22 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
1563 lot 16 blk 27 s sec 35 t 38 r 15w.
1581 lots 9 to 14 blk 2 sw sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
1590" lots 1 2 8 12 13 14 blk 20 sw sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
1591 lots 15 16 17 18 blk 20 swk sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
1592 lot 7 blk 36 swi sec 36 t 38 r 15w.
1599 blk 3 less lots 4 6 se c sec 36 t 3 s r 15w.
1600 lot 6 blk 3set sec 36 t. 3 r 15w.
1603 blk 8 less lota 4 6 8 15 16 17 18 se sec 36 t 3 s r 15w.
1604 lot 4 blk 8 set sec 36 t 3s .t 15w.
1605 lot 6 blk 8 soI see 36 t -s r 15w.
16t,6 lot 8 blk 8 set sec 36 t 's r, 15w.
1607- lots 15 16 17 18 blk 8 set see 36 t 3 r 15iw.
1613 iots 3 4 5 ti 9 10 11 12 e3 14 blk 13 set sec 36 t "s r 15w.
1614 'lots 15 16f 17 18 blk 13 sei see 36 t 's r -15w.
1617 blk 20 less lot I set sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
1618 lot I blk 20 set see 36 t 3s r 15w.
1621 lots 1 2 3 blk 23 set sec 35.t 3s r 15w.
1624 blk 29 se sec 36 t 3s r 15w,
1626 blk 31 less lots 16 1.7 se sec 36 t 3s r 15w.'
1627 lots 16 1 bik 3r set sec 36 t 38 r 15w.
1662 lots 1 2 blk 17 set sec 36 t 4s r 15w.
All situated in Washington county. Florida. The said land beina asse.~e4
at the date of the issuance ('f such certificates in the nair e hereinafter imnmedi
ately following the number of such certificates, as follows, to-wit:
No. Name No. Na e
of Certificate. to whom assessed. ot Certificate. to whom apsessed.
1496................. ..Unknown. 497.......................Ufiknown.
1498...................... Unknown. 1499..................... Unknown.
1510. ............. .... Unknown. 1 ..................... Unknown.
15053................. ...Unknown. 1511.................... Unknown.
.516...................Unknown. '1519.................Ge-rge REusell.
1526......................Unknown. 1335........ .... Elizabeth Prmther.
153J...................... Unknown. 1540.............Mrs. Mary Moatet .
1541.....................Unknown. 1542......................Unknown.
1547.... .................Unknown. 1ti3...............Joseph Wesley.
1581................. Unknown. I5WO ...... ............. Unknown.
1591..... ....... .. G. A Reams. 192...................... Unknown.
1599... ..................Unknown. 1600... .......... ...G. W Smith.
1603........... .......Unknown. 1604.......................Unknown.
1605......................Unknown. 1606.................... Unknown.
1607 ................. .M. F. House. 1613....................Unknown.
1614..........W. M. O'draid est. 1617......................Unknown.
1618.............J. W Richardson. 16l1....................G. W Smith.
1621 ................ ....Unknown. 2626.................... .Unknown.
1627....... .........M J. Ketts. 1662...... ..............Unknown.
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax dted will is8
sue thereon on the 24th day of Mlay, A D 19017. W. C. LOCKEY.
Feb. 20, 190'. [L, S.] Clerk Circuit Court, Washington County, Florida.

1488 blk 17 se. see 36 t 3 s r 15w.
1490 bik 21 ls.s lots 6 7 8 9 set ou 36, t 31 r 15w.
1491 bik22 ics. lots 1 23 9 10 i11 1213 14 set see 36, t 3; r 15w.
1492 lutl3. bi11 25 ;e w ;., l 3 r 15w.
1493 blk :;6t s,-, sec. 36 t ;i r 15w.
1498 blk 32 lc..s lots G 7 8 9 18 set sec 36 t3s r 15w.
1499 lot 18, blk 32 sej see Wi, t 3s r 15w.
1500 bik 1 ne sec1t4s r l5w.
1501 blk2netsec t4sr15w.
1502 blk 4 nel see 1 t 4s rl5w.
1505 lot 16, blk 6 net sec It 4 s r 15w
1508 lot 16 blk 8 netwsee 1 t 48 r. l5w.
1i50 lot 3. blk 10 nel sec lt 4s r 15w.
1510 lots 6 7, blk 10 nei see 1 t 4s r 15w.
1500 lot 18, blk 7 net sec I t 4s r 15w.
1514 lots 5 f, blk 11 ne+ sec 1 t 4s r 15w.
15L5 blk 12 nel seI 1 t 4s r 15w.
1517 blk 14 less lots 1 2 3 4 10 11 1516 17 18 neseo 1 t 4s r 15w.
1523 lot 1 blk 26 nel sea 1I4s r 15w.
1541 lots 14 15 16 blk 15 nwi sec l t 4s r 15w.
All situated in Washington county, Florida. The said land beinu asesedi at
the date of the issuance of said certificates in the name hereinaflter iLmediatelv
following the number of such certificates as follows. to-wit:
No. Name No. Name
of Certificate to whom assessed. of Certificate- to wholtUa. esre
1310.....................Unknown. 1311................. .--.-Unknown
1312.....................Unknown. 1313.................... Unknown
1314....... .......... Unknwn. 13I.5.......... .. ... .Unknown.
1316...................Unknown. 1337.................. Unknown-
1339................... Unknown. 1340....... ...........Unknown.
1341.................... Unknown. 1342.............. .... J J Keater.
1343 .. ............. Unknown. 1344 .... .J J Koster & Ja GartIett.
1345.................. Jas Gargett. 1346 ....................... V knownn,
1347.....................Unknown. 1353......... Mrs Mar. Moates.
1356.............-Mrs Mary Moates. 1358.......... .........Unknown.
1359............,,........Unknown. 1361.... .........:.....-- Unknown.
1362.......... ........ J Kester. 138 .....-............ .Unknown.
1368 ........... ...... A H Brake.. 1372.. .............. ... nk own.
1373....... ... .... .Unknown. 1375.... ................ ,aknown-
1376...................Unknown. 1377 .......: : ...... -
1385.................. Unknown. 1386...................... Unknown.
1388.................. Unknown. 1390 ..................V K Morris
1391......................Unknown 1393 .......... .......... Unkown.
1397................ W lett & Syne. 1J99................... Mrs S JOil ;e.
400.......................Uhknown.. 1407 .................. .. Unknown..
1408.............. ....Unknown. 1409 ...... ............. ..Unknown.
1410 ...... ........Unknown. 1411.... ..... ............Unknown-
1412-... ............ Unknown. 1414................. known.
1415.....................Unknown. 1416 ........ ... --. Unknown-
1417 ...................... U known. 1418.................... .. ... own-
1419..................Uaknown. 1420 ........... ...... .... TUnknow3-
1421................ J M Andrews. 1432............... .. M Andrews-
1443.... ........... ...Unknown. 1444....... ........... UnknoWn-
1445.......................Unknown. 1446................. ... Unknown-
1447.......................Unknown. 14419...................... Unknown-
1450................... M Fnte. 1451................. ...- .Unkwnon.
1452..................... G F Gran. 1157 .................. *s C Stii=maa.
1458 ..............W WC andall_ 1459....... T......... T tiUlmLn.
1460. .............. ...Ellis Aqars. 1461....... .......... .C Larpori...
1462.............. .....Unknown. 44..... .. .. ......... k wa.
1465........ ..........Unknown. 1466....... ......N N ehardson.
1468........... :........ Unknown, 1475............. ...... Unknown.
1480......................Unknow~ 1477.... ................Unknown.
1485...............Saruih J.Jaiason. 1484....... .......--. N ildred RCoJt
1487.....................Unknowi.. 3480............ ... ..Unknown.
1490-.... .............. Unknown'. 1488 ............. .....Unknown.
1492 ........... ........ J S Todd. 1491..... ........ ......Unknown.
1498 .......................Unknown.. 1493.................Unknown.
1500-..... ............Unknowa. 1499:..............A J Andwron.
1502 .................Unknown. 15.... ............... A Muter.
1508 ...................Unknown. 1505...............Or B Andrews
1510........... ...........Unknown. 1509... .................tTnknown.
1514.............. ..,.. .Unknown. 1506.............. .... B ElliR..
1517......................Unk n. 1515.................RH rlaway.
1541 ................J M Andrews. 1523........ ..........Fhlora I Wise.
'Unless said crtiliauea shall be redeemed according to law. taxdeed will is*
sue thereon on the 24th day of May, A. D. 1907. W. C. L OCK.EY..
Feb. 20, 1907. J.L-S.] Clerk ,Cirult Court, WashsiAtob. Ctntv, .lerida.
Nblite ot Application for Tax Deod Under Seo'iou Sof Chapter 4888
laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby givt.n that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of thefoellowia.. ta
Certificates: No. 1496 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 18913
No. -1497 dated the 3rd day of April, A 0 1i98S.
No. 1408 datad the Antrday of April, A D 1893.
No. 1499 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893,
No. 1500 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 189 .
No. 1504 dted the.3rd day of April. AD 189&3
No. 1505 dated the 3rd day of April, AD 18913
No. 1511 dated the .~rdday of April, AD 1893
No. 15 6 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 890S
No. 15j.9$Aated the 3rd day of April, A D 189.L
No. 1526 dated the 3rd day of April. A D 1893.
No. 1535 dated the 3rd day of Airii., A D 1893.
No. 1539 dated the 3rd div of Aprit, A 11 It n.
No. 1540 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1541 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1542 dat*d the 3rd day of April, A D 18931
No. 1547 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1563 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1581 dated the 3rd day- of April,A D 1893.
No. 1590 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1591 dated tne 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1592 dated the 3rd day Of April, A D 1893.
No. 1599 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
1 o. 1600 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 189.3.
No. 1603 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 189.1
No. 1604 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1043 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1606 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1607 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1613 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1614 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1617 dated the 3rd day Of ApriU, A D 1893..
No. 1618 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1621 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 124 dated the 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1626 dated t.e 3rd day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1627 dated the 3ed day of April, A D 1893.
No. 1662 dated the 3rd day. of April,-A D 1893.
Has filed said 4utfficates in my office and has mn ide Applicatiom for Tax
'deed to issue ia accordance with law. Said certificates embrace the prope'tty
described immediately to the right and opposite the number of the certif-
iate as follows, to-wit;
No. of Certificate.- Description.
1496 bik 5 aw* see 25 t 38 r 15w.
1497 blks 8 9 swi sed 25 t 3s r 15w.
1498 blks 12 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 swk sec 25 t 3s r 15w.
1499 blk 1 set sec 26 t 3s r 15w.
1500 blks 3 13 15 17 19 29 31 sei sec 26 t 3s r 15w.
1504 blk 1 nwi sec 35 t 3s r 15w.

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graw ve.4t tonfe.
.-The lort chief justice said afterward
th;it he had been be;.itent because hI
had rko-nted on Mr. Gladstone having;
w 'Ileatt of humor.
"'i wts iistnkt-n." he anid sadly.

mixed Metaphor.
Iir. Kpurgeon was a keen tilecto
of mixed mneta:,hors, lindinZ. a ric.
1,l4d iu 'the correspondence that dalI:
'A-erWjelmimt i him. Two or three ar.
plveti In t-" ('Cor'lnhll. A aIdy Isi l'llnlu-
a small coutribntion for Ills school
... -rot 1. "'I lol, thla wli!o -"1iM mi3.,
l:tke root-ftud spread it. branches unt
It heomits at 1-l.Hercutles in yor;r'tauds.
The pulpit p.i:ayer.s of Aimtoitiomu pro
t. lationers added orionethsIng to the gri;:
prenhettr's ator".. 4)l' j.r:tyeod tba
S"God's-rbd and atanff mni, be oars whil
tossed on thef pni of life, so that.wv
mtiay tight the gopod fight Sof faith az.
In their end 4o0nr t: rP.t." t':;1 inothi
lirayed. "(lird 1lp the .loms of or
inInds. that, we maty r e elve the latt,
railu., "As LC we.-we'e barrels who-
ooljis were loose." was Mr. Spurgeon'

S-ette. .
uM tlIln Mu ine. dte Start.
In Dty last l~ter I menttionied' gnor
to visit Mmne. dc Stitel. She was J.n_
oliug out- as I gut to the doizr. and b'.
foc. Mr. R1..~er.. wi>. wasi camiuing o
a 1S 1I i-rit in. I houl:d 'not'have gaint
hdruitt.-,'-e" There w*ert- m:nzly I'
so, Is with' h1er. -aid 61h was ruun
gt bout .*til,lnl..;lit tas f:Iat nai p, v4'i
11.r 1%lra-4 4 I xuli.Hutpi- i;re rery .
trauoIuit:r Their 'l u*,.- of I.or W.-
lintmoi's vc-tm,ry had:l just arrive I. a1n
-hsa d.escianite uppoia It wl:hl mnnli r.-
a atilon I :,I t!e Imi bIn; ti.-i.. -a vt-!a' her. Mtl; street
L.ondon'. seem e siolit:ry, f*(i tt- t'O o
and1 hurry :'ad riaoldty in th I e y'I'e
Aon of o.,'ear-. tih.,re Is its ruich diff.
ti, l,,e 'lw;' a 1: -r ro-i tn wm. thl 'n
li'etwPee- thenml aud tlhe park at 1,;
strouu.-Lo'in .'tlwn'iirin. "
W ite.. '*Ra'lasin the left arin :s hi'hl asR V
can will r.*lieve ehok in. inti.iv niv
.apidlly' tiall; beiug :th:lun;pl on 'tt
back.". snid one of the resident phyF
lanus of u local hosi;ital "I'his -.fou
-Ae.-a..4xo. g-'e-r:ttlly kLn)-'v,. for oefteu
.persou gets tcnktt] whiit eartfln w(i "
there Is no one uenir to thunmp. lin
her. Very freqlnTatly at t.,.'l- an
when tlhey r;i asit pliy ,child;"en g
o-boked while ePlting,. nd t'e 'Uvimtor-
ary nautiner of relieving, them t t
slap them lmwrply 'on tie"'hnk. Th
effect of Mhis is to set tl-r obstructi.
t free. sn that It c(an be swalloiwe.l. T'
same tlIhi; bm,' le lro"'Tht about 1'
ralsing the left lhnra'1 of the dhil I
high as pos.'hle. and tIe renie'f con
Much more rIapldly. hi l.i:,ppme."i.
this kind there sh-ouli be no alarmn..f
If a child see- that older potmobI
parents get pelted it It very l::ible
become po aiso. The best t:i!n-: i't
tell the dhilll to raise Its loft artn. ir-
-- Immediately th i ol>(tructloin pa.-a.
down the thiroat.L"-L ii.l-de,,.a .. ,
sElinoetIng a inhlalt.
In 8ulllvn couIIIt.TV tlheire Is a tmar
who spent a whole day hunti:hag. nand a
n- nightfall bhe was return'tigt immwara.
,empty'handed when he found a ral
lit lu a minre and still kickuing. He
released It and was about tb dlspatcl:
It with the back of hIls hmnd when 1U
occurred to him that he could not sa
Ihe sh.ot It, as no shot marks would be
found to 'orrohnrate his slory. So lb.
tied a string to onre ofl the hInd legs o
S the rabbit,' tied the uther end to, til
fenee, backed away twenty yards anm
fired. The- shot eut the string an
bunny ran away. lutefi n good ioul-
on himself wAR too good to keep. alw't

he told 4t at the vlttlge grocery, little
thinking that it won Id be handed tbout..
until now if you want to anger filue
the mere mention of the yarn opeini
te'old sore.-F-orest and Strean.

Prr< rtletal by Ear.
When Grover Cleveland waen prina e
khg Inw at Buffalo among him aw3oe"
ates wan a young lawyer who. th6ugth
a bright fellow, was ratihr Inclined to
lalness. He was forever hotherInin
cfleveland ua>out points of" law rather
tUan- lboK them up fftnm-Mt. At. las'
Clev.eland le'wine tired of It. andthw
next lime the younn man. saunteredt'j
fleveland knew what he wanteO.aOl.
getting up. pointed to- his bookcase and
maId: "There are my books 'You re'
welcome- to,- ftl Von can read np
your own .cas." Te-ufitUow wan caught.
but he rose to thf ocrdlom. ,Seie hove.
trover t'levelind.' he m id, Tlf war
you to understand I dma't read law. 1
practice entirely by ear. and, yo salM
your books can go to thunder'

WOlmhe Rule as R3ble o.
The ordinary man would still mrh
ntber glorify women and set their ow
a mock throne, whence e can depose
them at will, than have to aeknowl,
edge In them a real title to regard.
It Is difficult for a man to overcome
Isl essential self iaportalce. Most tf
us perhaps prefer to bave inferlors,
vound us-an abject trait of cliaraTetr.
but natural. And only very slowly
have we men .been getting to prefer
our womankind as friends and equals
rather than as queens and pets, rulling
is as a baby or a spoiled dog do6e.--
London Saturday Review.
A, Freak.
Maud-4he's quite a lingulst! Sheb
Iam eight tongues at her fingers' ends
Bill-Is she In a museum?-New tork
-, -

Notice of Applihcation for Tax Deeil Under Section 8, Chapter 4888, Laws
of *'lorida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of the following Tax
No. 3943 dated the Oth day of August, A D 1894.
No. 393: dated the 6th day of August, A D 1894.
No, 3946 dated the 6th day of August, A D 1,94.
No. 3947 dated the 6th day of August, A D) 194.
No. 1961 dated the.6th day of August, A I) 1894.
No. 3963 da4djthe 6th day of August, A D 1894.
NO. 3966 ddted the 6th day of August, A D 1894.
No. 3957 lifted the 6t day of August, A D 18d4.
No. 3-68 dated hie 6th day of August, A D 1894.
No. 3968 dated the 6th day of August, A D 1894.
No. 4000 dated the 6th da'& of Anguat, A D 1894.
No. 4001 dated the 6th day of August, A D 1894.
No. 4060 dated the 6th day of August, A D 1894.
No. 4064 dated the 6th day of August A D 1894.
No. 4091 dated the 6th day of August, A D 1894.
Has filed said certificates in my office and has made ap~liatiot. for tax deed to
issue in accordance with law. Said, crtificats embrace the property described
immediately to the right and opposite the number of the certificate, as follows,
No of Certificate. Description.
3933 lots 8 10 blk 6 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w.
3937 I;ts 17 1819 20 21 22 23 blk 16 ssee 35 t 3s r 13w.,
3945 lot 20 blk23 si see 35 t 3s r 15bw
3947 lots 1 17 18 blk 26 s sec 35 t 3e r 15w.
3951 lot 13 blk'29 st sec 35 t 3s r 15w,
3953 ef l t 12 blk '31 sf see 35 t 3s r 15w.
3956 lots 5 9 10 11 blk 1 swi sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3957 lots 6 7 blk 1 sw* sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3958 lot 8 blk 1 sw* sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3968 lot 15 blk 17 swi see 36 t 3s r 15w.
4001 lots 17 18 blk 8.net sec I t 4s r 15w.
S4060 lotsIQ 16 bik 25 s sec 35 t 3e r 15w,
4064 lot I bik 28 e4 see 35 t 3s r 15w,
4091 blk W1&ess lots 14 15 16 net see 1 t 4'r ,AlW, All situated in Wash-
ington county, Florida, The said land being assessed at the date of the is-
;suance of suoh crtiflcates in the name herinafter imnadiately following the
number of such certificates, as follows, to-wit:
No. Name No. Name
of Certificate. to whom assessed. of Certificate. to whom assessed.
3933.... ................. Unknown. 3937..................... Unknown.
3945.................. .Unknown. 3947......................Unknown.
3951............... ....Unknown. 3953 ..... ................Unknown.
395......................Unknown. 3957.............. ......E W ilkins.
3958.............. .Mary E Harris. 3Q68&..............C H Chamberlain.
4001......................Unknown. 4060 .....................Unknown.
4064....... ..............J W Irish. 4091........ !........ Unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will/
issue thereon on the 24th day of May, A D 1907. W. C. LOCKEY.,
[L. 84] Clerk Circuit Court,
Feb. 20, 1907. Washington County, Florida.

Notice of-Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 Chapter 4888 Laws
of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond purchaser of the following Tax
No. 3514 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1896.
No. 3521 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
No. 3534 dated the 2s.d day of December, A D 1895.
No. 43535 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
No. 3536 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
No. 3542 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
No. 3546 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
No. 3655cdated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
No. 3536 dated the 2nd day of December, A D 1895.
Has filed said certifica in my office and has made application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordane with law. Said certificates embrace the property described
Immediately to the right and opposite the number of the cortiocate as follows,
town ti
3514 lot 9 blk 12 si sec 35 t 3s r l5w.,
13521 lot 10 blk 21 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w
3334 lot8 blk 2 swi sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3535 lot 1 2 blk 14 sw sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3636 lots 14 15 blk 14 swi sec 36 13 a r 15w,
3542 lots 78 blk 2 set sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3546 lots 151617 18 Ilk 6 set sec 316t 3s r 15w.
3555 blk 13less lots 1011 nei sec 1 t 4s r 15w.
3556 lots 1 210 11 blk 14 net sec 1 t 4s r 15w. All situated in Wash-
ington county, Florida. The said land being assessed at the date of the is-
sdahce of such certificates in the name hereinafter immediately following
the number of such certificates, as follows, o-wit-
No. Name No. Name -
of Certificate. to whom assessed. of Certificate. to whom assessed.
3514.Elizaoeth Prather, JH Opdale. 3521. 1 ........ ...........Unknown.
3534................. .....Unknown. 3535..... ..............G C Shuck.
353....................IHClark. 3542 .............Geo Brocksmith.
35486 ...... ...........IN Breaell. 355......................Unknown.
3556.................. T C Hogan. Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed will issue there ona the 24th day of
May, AD 1907. W, C. LOCKEY,
OFeb. 8, 1907. [L. 8.] Clerk Circuit Court, Washington County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Uhller Section 8 Chapter 4888 Laws
rf Fiotida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H.\Drummond purchaser of the following Tax
No. 3824 dated the 6th day of July. A D 1896."
No, 3825 dated the 6th day of July. A D 1896.
Nd. 3826 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3829 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3830 dated the 6th day of July. A D 1896. ,
No. 3831 da-ed the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3838 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896,
No 3846 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
NO. 3847 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3850 dated the 6th day of July- A D 1896.
No. 3851 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896. /
No, 3853 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3858 dated the 6th day of July, A D .1896.
No. 3859 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No, 3860 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No, 3862 dated the 6th day of July. A D 1896. ,
No. 3871 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3874 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No 3875 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3881 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3883 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1896.
No. 3889 dated, the 6th day of July. A D 1896.
No. 3892 dated the 6th day of Jily, A D 1896.
No, 3893 dated the 6th day of July, A D 1696.. Has filed said certificates
in my office and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace the .property described immediately tq
the right and*opposite the number of the certificate, as follows, to-wit;:
No. of Certificat6. Description., -
3824 bik 30 nwi see 35 3s r lo5w.
3825 lot 16 bik 5 s&s see 35 t 38 r 15w.
3826 lots 12 34 bik 8 s* sec 35, t 3s r lw.
3829 lots 5 to 10 blk 11 si soc 35 t 3s r 15w.
3830 lot 10 blk 12 si see 35 t 31 r 15w. -
3834 lt 6blkl 4 s tsece 35 t 3r'15w.
3838 lot "7 bik 23, si see 35 t 3s r 15w.
3846. lots Ih 17 bik 14 wari see 3&6 t 38 r 15w.
3847 lot 1 'blk 16 swl sce 36 t 3s r 15w..
3850 job 3 bik 20 sw sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
38 lots 4 5 6 7 blk 20 s9i sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3853 lot 3 blk 2swi sec 3d t 3s r I5w.
3858 lots 5367 ,'blk 4 set sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3859 lots 13 14 15 16 bik 4 sel sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3860 in lot 3 blk 5 set sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3862 lk 6 less lots 5 7 8 11 to 18 set sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
3871 lots 1 23 9 10 11 12 13 14 blk 22 set see 36 t 36 r 15w.
3874 blk 5 net see1 t 4s r 15w.
3875. hlot 13 btk 6 see 1 t 4s r 15w.
3'1u lot 5 bik 10 net see 1 t 4s r 15w.
3883 lots 8 4 blk 14 net see 1 t 4s r-15w.
389 lot 13 blk 4 nwl sece1 t 4s r 15w.
3892 lots 8 9 blk 16 nw seo 1 t 4s r 15w.
3893 lots 12 13 14 15 16 blk 17 nwi see I t 4s r 15w, All situated in
Washington county, Florida. The said land being assessed at the date of is-
saiee of such certificates in the name hereinafter immediately following
the number ot such certeficates, as follows, towit:
No. Name No. Name
of Certificate. to whom a-sebsed. of Certificate. to whom assessed
38s4.. ..VanKlrk, Dubois & Webb. 2825.................. ....S W Sea,
38268......... .........J W Sea. 3829..................Win Von Bruce.
3831,................ ,G W Monks. 3831......................S W Seat.
3_88,...................Unknown, 346................... .E W Dyer.
3R47.................J W Dantel. 385.............Daiel 385............... Unknown.
51.............M A Mustin 3853......................Unknown.
3858 .:............Robt Hut.-hison. 3859..................Win Standther.
3860...; .... .......... M J Kitte. 3862.... ....,..........Unknown.
3871.................... Unknown. 3874........... ......EG Hugeuin.
3876.............M CLssitter 3881...............r. 388 .. M Latimeri
3883................. Unknown. 3889 ..............W H Milton,jr.
3892...............Wm Von .Bruce. 3893......................Unknown.
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue there on the 24th day of Mav, A. D. 1907. W. C. LOCKEY,
Feb. 20,4907,. [L. 8.1] lerkCircuit Court, Wasnicgton (ountv, Florida.
Notice ol Applicatiou tor Tax DeedI tidet Section 8 Chapter 4888 Laws of
Notice is hereby given that J. H Drummond, purchaser of the following Tax
Certificate: No. 162 dated the 6fth dav of June, AD 1904, has filed said certificate
in my office and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. SAid certificate embraces the property described immediately to the right
and opposite the number of the certificate, as follows, to-wit:
No of Certifieato. Description.
162 lot 15 blk 21 s4 sec 35 t 3s r 15w. All situated in 'Washintton county,
Florida. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such cer-
tificate in the name hereinafter immediately following the number of such cer-
tificete. as follows: to-wit:
Noof Certificate. Nitme to whom asessed.
162......................Unknown. Unless said certificate shall ie re-
deemed, according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 24th day of May,
A D1907. W. C. LOUKEY,
Feb. 20, 1907. L. s.] .ClerkLCircuit Court Washington County,Florida.

Notice of All'llication for Tax Deed Utidei Section 8 Chapter 4888 Laws of

Notice is ereby given that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of the following Tax

199 blk 62 lesi lots 5 7 9 nwi see 11 t 48s 14w
209 blk 14 mn Bsee 12 t 4s r 14w.
201 blk _2' et sec 12 t 4s r 14w.
202 blks (5 t16 ) 22 24 se'see 12 t 4s r 14w.
209 lots L tfo 4j bk 3 si see 35 t 3s r 15w.,
211 lots 1.LIlk 3 sI see 35 t 38 r 15w.
212 lots IlSI 1,,bik 3 ,i cse 35 t 3s r 15w,
213 lot- 1 2 blk 4 s4 see 35 t 4s r 15w..
214 lot. 11 blk'4 s sec 35 t 3s, r 15w..
218 lots 7 8 blk 21 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w',
249 blk 10 less lot 14 sel sec 36 t 3s r 15.v.
223 lot 2-bik 24 si sec 35 t 3- r 15w.
235 lot 2 hlk 17 swi sec 36 t 3 r 15w.
237 lots 9 10 blk 20 sw i sec 36 t 3s r 15w,
241 lot 10 blk 32 hwi see 36 t 3s r 15w.
242 blIk 1 ae, sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
246 blk s4 lot 15 set sec 36 t 3o r 15w.
253 lots 12 14 btk 2o set see 36 t 3s r 15w,
254 blk 34) set see 36 t 3U r 15w.
259 lots 3 4 6 7 blk 8 net see 1 4s r 15w,
268 lots 1 2 3 4 blk 2 nwi sec 1 t 4s r 15w.
272 lot. 1; blk 17 nwi see I t 4 s r 15w. "All situated in Wasfiington eo-n-
ty Flor da.. Tihe said land beinui assessed at the date of issuance of such certifi-
cat's in the name hereinafter immediately following the n-umber of such ccrtifi-

cates. as follows, to-wit:
No. Name
of Certificate. to whom assessed.
156.... ...............Unhknown.
138............ ........Unknown.
140......-................ Unknown.
144...... ............Unknown.
146 .......:............ Unknown..
148. ..............Unknown.
152.... .... .............. Unknown.
154 ....................Unknown.
156.....'.............. .... Unknown..
158............... ..Unknown.
160.............. .....Unknown.
162................... Unknown.
164.8.. ..... .... Unknown.
168. .....................Unknown.
'170 ................... Unknown.
172 .......................Unknown.
174.... ..................Unknown.

No. Same
of Certificate. to whowt assessed
137...................... Unknown.
141 ........................Unknown.
147 .................... Unknown,
149 ................... Unknown,
15 .......................Unknown..
153- ...... ..........Unknown.
155........., .... ..Unknown,
159....................... .Unknown.
161.......................Unknown ,
163.. .... ............Unknown.
16 ........... ..... .......Unknown.
169 ........................ Unknown.
171................ .....Unknown.
173...... ................Unknown.
175.... ..................Unknown.
177...................... Unknown.

No l 86 t'ed the Ist ay of August, A D 1898,
No. 1, ay of August, A D 1898.
No. 138 d tud the 1st day of August, A D 1898,
No. 139 Q-'ted the Istday of August, A D 1898,-
No. 1;0 atled lh, lat day of August A D 1898.
No. 141 datrethe 1st day of August. A D 1898,
No. 142 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 3 1aite'I tlie 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 144 datedl the 1st day of August.. A D 1898z
No. 145 dated thi 1st day of August, A D 1898,
No. 146 flated the 1st day of August, A D 1898,
No. 147 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898,
No. 148 dxied the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No'. 149 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 154) dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 151 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898:.
No. 152 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 153 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 154 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 155 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No: 156 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 157 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 157 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 159 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 160 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 1601 dated the 1st day of Auigust, A D 1898.
No. 162 dated the lat day of August. A D 1898.
No. 1631 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898,
No. 164 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 165 dated the 1st day of August. A D 1898.
No. 16.1 dated the Isf day of August, A D 1898.
No. 167 dated the 1st dry of August, A-D 1898.
No. 167 datd tho 1st day of August, A D 1898,
No, 169 da4ed tHe 1st, day of August. A D 1898.
No. 170 dated theolst, day of August, A D 1898.
No. 171 dated the eIt day of August, A D 1898.
No. 172 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No, 173 dated the Ist day of August. A D 1898.
No. 174 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 175 dated the 1st day of August. A D 1898.
No. 176 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 177 dated the 1st day of Auguct, A D 1898,
No. 178 dated the 1st day of August, A'D 1898.
No. 178 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 180. dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 181 dated the 1st dayvof August, A D 1898,
No. 182 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898
No. 183 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898'
No. 185 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 189 dated the l t day of August, A D 1898.
No, 192 dat.Id the 1st day of August, A D 1898.-
No. 194 dated the lt day of August, A D 1898.
No. 191 dated the 1t day of August. A D 18988
No. 196 dated the lst day, of August, A D 1898-
No. 197 dated the Ist day of August. A D 1898,
No. 19. dated the lst day of August, A D 1898.
No. 199 dated the lt day of August, A D 1898.
No. 200 dated the 1t day of August, A D 1898.
No, 20)1 dated the l.t day of August, A D 1898M
No. 202 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1298.
No. 209 daWd the 1st day of August, A D'1898.
No. 211 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 212 dat cld the st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 213 da2 d the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 214 datk ihe 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 218 datod the 1st day of Abgust, A D 1898.
No. 249 dativd the slt day of August, A D 1898.
No. 223 dat~d the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 237 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 241 dated the l1t day of August, A D 1898.
No. 242 daLed the 1st day of August, A D 1898.
No. 246 dated thea Int day of August. A D 1898.
No. 253 d ted the Ilt day of August, A D 1898.
Nn. 254 dated the 1st, day of August, A D 1898.
No. 259 dated the 1st day of August, A D 1898. -
No. 26R dated the fith day of August, A D 1898.
No. 272 dated the 1st day of August. A D 1898. Ham filed said certificates
in my ottice sad has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificates embrace the property described immediately to~the right
and opposite the number of the certsficate, as follows, to-wit:
No. of Certificate. Description.
136 blk 13 less of lot 30 swi see 1 t 4s r 14w.
137 blk 17 less lots 2 22 swi sec 1 t 4s r 14w.
138 blks 18 19 and 2!) less lot 25 blk 19 swi sec 1 t 4s r 14w.
139 blks 29 30 31 32 nwi see 2 t 49 r 14w.
140 bik 9 neo ser't3 t 4s r 14w.
141 blks 1 14 net sec 3 t 4s:r 14w,
142 bll 0t0r noTi see3 t 4s r,14w,
143 blks 1 11 nwi sec 3 t 3s r 14w.
144 biks 9 V0 17 18 19 nw seq 3 t 4s r 14w,
145 e bik 20 and blks 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 n* sec 3 t 4s r 14W.
146 Ie blk 29 nw seec 3 t 4s r 14w.
147 blk 21 less [lots] 34 35 swl sec 3 t 4s r 14w.
148 blk 22 less lots 7 8 swi sec 3 t 4s r 14w.
149 blks 23 24 swi sec 3 t 4s r 14y.
150 5 acres in sw corner set of swi see 3 t 4s r 14w.
151 blk 3 les s* lots 13 and 32 set see 3 t 4s r 14w.
152 blk 13 less lot 23 and si lot 26 se'seec 3 t 3s r 14w.
153 blks 23 24 net see 4 t 4s r 14w.
154 blk I lezs lots 9 10 nwi sec 4 t 4s r 14w.
155 blk 30 less less lots 19 20 nwi see 4 t 4s r 14w.
156 lots 1 2 13 to 26 blk 40 nwl soo 4 t 4s r 14w.
157. blk 45 less less lots 13 14 15 16 nwi see 4 t 4s r 14w.
158 bilt I less lots 16 17 swl see 4 t 4s r 14w.
159 blks 9 10 swi sec 4 t 4s r 14w.
160 blk 17 wil sec 4 t 4s r 14w.
'T2 bilk 10 net sec 5 t 4s r 14w. 4
f 162 blk 14 les lots 28 to 32 nel sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
163 blhs 17, 16 nel sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
164 i,lk .I nel sec 5 t -s r 14w.
165 bik 41leps lots 1 2 7 to10 nel sec 5 t 4s r 14w. -
) 166' blik 4 48 49 ne sec 35 t 4s r 14w.
167 bik 51 less lots 23 24 29 30 nel sec 5 t 4s r 14w.;
168 bik 5'less loIs 4 5 net see 5 t 4s r 14w.
169 biks 562 less lot 16 nei sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
170 blk 5 ". sec 5 t. 4s r 14w.
171 bik ess lots 3 4 nwl sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
172 bik if less lot 11 nwl sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
173 bik 31 llas lots 3 4 nwi sec 5 t 4s r 14 .
74 bik 35 nwi sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
75 blk 4- less lots 9 10 27 nwi sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
176 blk 49 nwl sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
177- biks 40 to 45 swl sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
178 blks 52 to 57 64 65 66 swl sec 5 t 4s r 14w
S179 blks 10 14 set see 5 t 4s r 14w. /
S180 hblks 23 24 set sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
181 bike 34 410-42 set.sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
182 blks 43"to 54 see sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
S183 blks 55 07 to 64 inc sel sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
185 blks 22 t.) 30 swl sec 6 t 4s r 14w.
189 blk 33 less lots 1 to 5 wI sec 8 t 4s r 14w.
b,5 17 4oa-lots-4 2 3-e--sec -8-tr4s r 14.
194" biks 1 2 3 wi ne sec 11 t 4s r 14w.
S195 bikse 10 to 15 and 22 to 27 less lot 6 blk 23 wi nel aec 11 t 4s r 14w.
196 biks 34 to 39 and 46 to 51 wI not sec 11 t 4s r 14w
197 blks 58 to 63 inc wi ne sec 11 t 4s r 14w.
198 lotl 11 12 blk 61 nwl sec 11 t 4e r 14w.

[L. Sj Clerk Circuit Court.
Washington County, F"e"ids.

Notice of Applicatiina to. Tax D)eed Under Section 9 Chapter 4888 Laws of
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond hold. of the following Tax
No. 185 dated the 6th day of June, A D 1904.
No. 192 dated the 6th day of June, A D1901.
No. 194 dated the 6th day of June.-A D 1904. Has filed said certificates in fry
office and has made application ,for tax deed 'to issue in accordance with law,
Said certificates embrace the property described immediately t the right an&d
opposite the number of the certificate, as follows, to-wit.
No of Certificate. Descripti n. r
185 lot 15 blk 10 nei sec I t 4: r 15w.
192 ei bik 23 net sec 1 t 4s r 15w.
3194 si lot 13 blk 24 net sec 1 t 4s r 15w. All situated in Washington county,.
Florfda, The said land being assessed itt the'date of the issuance of such cer-
tificates fn the name hereinafter immediately following the number of such cer-
tificates, as follows, to-wit:,"
No. Name No. N]ame
of Certificate. to whom assessed. of Certificate, to whom assessed"
185 ................... Unknown. 192.......................Unknown
194 ..................Unknown. Unless sa id certificates shall be redeem-
ed accordingg to law,. tax deed will issue theron on the 24th day of May, A ni
1907, W. C LOuKEY,
S[. S.] Clerk Circuit Corut.
Feb. -f 1907. Washington County, Florida.
Notice of Ai pt tiont for Tax l)eedl. Uieder Section 8 ol Chapter
4888 Laws ok Floridn.
CNofice is hervly given that J. H Drummond-, purchaser ol: the following' Tax-
No.. 113 d.ited five ,2',d day ot Juie, A r19O2'.
No. 114 dated the 2nid day of June, \ 190)2, has f'!' saMidf crlifin t rin' in v of.,
office, and haw nimre ai wlicatim for tax deed to" Mis e irnp act'o dance Wi*hhlaw.
Said certificates embrace the property i teril d immtd-ia',gefy to' t1c ri.ht and. op,
posite the Wuinl;.'r of thte c'eerificate, as follows"' -wit:
No. of Certificate, Detseri:tion,
1-14 nwk of ie sec 2t 4s r 14w.
114 ielof se.1j se'c '2 t 4. L. 14w. A-It s:tu:,fd ir. Was c gofi,* rrnfy, hlorida
The said laud being a-sesrsed at the daleo of the itaan'e'of macf ertificatf- i, the
iatine h.ereiiitatt'er iainmediate'iy lolio1,0ng ht; Ithtu. ber to-wit:
No. wiie l' i Namue *
of Certificate'. to whom n s, of C-r',ficafe, fo whom assessed..
113 ......... .... .... ...... nknown.. 114...... ............ .....Unknown..
UVless said certificates.l shall- he red.emnied n -cording to law. faa deed' will ssne
tfrereomi on the 24th day of Almy, AO 1907. W. C. J.OUKEY,
rI. s.1 Clerk Circuit Court,
Feb.. 20, 1907. Waashiattgfo County Floridaa.

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178 ..... ............... Unknown, 19 ............,,. ....Unknown,
180 .... ...... .........Unknown, 181....... ............., ,Unknown.
182...... ,,,.....A ,,A.... .Unknown, 183,4...A.... ,, ..... 1,.Unknown.
185.....................Unknown 189 U.64. Unknown
192..... ...,,.Unknown. 194 ...,$.....I... Unknown
195.............. .......Unknown, 196 ..... ..... 4... ...... Unknown.
198................... ...J Lincoln. 197....... ...... ..........Unknown ----
20..... ...............Unknown. 199.,, ................Unknown.
202......... ..... Unknown 2UI......Unknown
211..1...........Joseph Walters. 209.......... Nacy ASmith.
213.............Nancy A Smith 212 ....... ..........nknwn
218...... ............Unknown, 214.....................John Quailes,
223.................Thamas H DItbb 249.j......-...is....... ..Unknown,'
237........I"'............Unknown. 235 ............ ., ... E V Rodgera,
242.......... ...........Unknown. 241t..................... ..Unkhown
253....... ....... .........Unknow 6 ................. ..... Unknown.
259........... ....... Unknown. 254. .......................Unknown
292 ................. .Unknown. 268... .E R Halton&A PYoung blood.
Unless said certificates shall bi redooeemed aceordinI to law, tax deedwil Is-
sue theroo on the 24th day of MaV,A D i907-, W. C, LOCKEyt
Feb, 204 1907 [I. s.] Clerk Circuit Coart,
Feb. 20, 1907, Washington Gonnty, Florida,
Notice of Applicatton foir Tax Ueed Uuder Section 8 ChOapter
4888 LaWs otL Fit<..rlha.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummound purehiser oe the following 'Ta
Certifi cates:
No. 134 datote the 3rd day of July, A D 1P99,
No. 137 dated the Bid diay bf J.uiv, A D 18o9,
No. 139 dated the 3rd day of July, A V 1899,
No. 152dated the 3rd day otJutly, A D1899,,
No. 169dated the 3rd day ef ouly, A D 1899
No. 177 dated the 3rd day of July, A D 1l99.
No. 1 3 dated the 3rd day of July, A D 1899,
No. 191 dated the 3rd day of July A D 1899,
No. 192 dated thu 3rd day ot'July; A D l99.
No. 196 d ted the 3rd day of J ulv, AD 1899.
No. 197 d ted the 3rd day of July, A L 1899.
No. 198 dated the 3rd day of July, A D 1899,
No, "*01 dated the 3rd day of July. A D 1899,
No. 205 dated the 3rd day of July. A D 1499.
So. 208 dated the 3rd day of Jul%, A D 1899.
No, 226 dated the 3rd day of July, A D 1899, Has filed said ertificates iu rty of-
fice, and has manae application for tax deed to-issue it accordance with law. Said
certificates embrace the property described inimediately to the right and opposite
the number oftha certificate, as t lI,'ws, to-witi
No. of Ceetificate, Description,
131 Blks i26 to 32 ne sec 1"2 t 4., r 14w,
137 blk 10swl sec 35 t 34 r 15w.
139 lots ll 12 blk 2 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w;
152 lot 1l1blk a22 s1 sec35 t 3. r 15w.
169 lot 4 blk 26 aw4 see 36 t 3: r 15w.
177 lot'll blk 1'7 #' 4 sec 36 t 3s r 15w.'
183 lot 5 bik 32swi sec 36't 3s r 15w.
191 lats 578 hlk Iset sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
192 lot.. 11 to 14 blk 6 sei see 36 t 3s r 15w,
196 blk 11 sej see 83 i 3s r 15w,
197 blk 18 seej see 36 t 3& r 15w,
198 1 ts 6 to 9 blk 21 se4 sec 36 t 3s r 15w,
201 lots 15 16 blk 24 sei see 36 t 3o r 15w.
3'I5 blk 28 sv sec 36 t 3s rlSw,
208 lots 1213 1,ik 3nei sec I t 4s ri5w,
226 lot 1 blk 160 uw see 1 t 4s r 15w. All situated it, Waghifttffn ccttnjy, F'o,
ida, The said land being ase sed at tiie date of the issuance of such rtifieatea
;I. the name hereinalter immediately t'ellownig the number if sich certificateei at
folloWs, I.towijt
No. atne No, Name
of Certificate. to whom assessed. ot Certificate. 1 to whom assessed.
134 .......... ... ,.... S 0 Sthull, 137 ......,,....... dwit Sales
139 ....................JW urer. 152.................... T J -mith,
169 .................. Unknown, 177,.,.... ................Unknown.
183........... .....;..,G M Cutr.ell, 191.4.......,,,,. ...... ..Unknown.
192.......................Unknown 196.... ...........,.. Unknown
191 ............. .......Unknown, 198......... ......... Unknown;
201................. ....Unknown 2<5,, ...... ... .....Unknown,,
208 ............. ....Unknown, 22N......,,,,......J E l-baso,.
Unless said curitieit*tes shall be redeenmed according to. lawf tax deed will is*
sue thereon on the 24th .day of Ma, A 1)D 1907. W.C LOCKEY,
F. 0, 1907.L .'] Clerk Circuit Co'rt'
Fb. 0, 1907*. Washingfon Coontv. Flori4a
Notice ol Applicaioi lur Tax Deed Under ectiou 8 Chapter 4888 Li.ws .1
Notice is hereby given that J 1 Drummond purchaser of the following Tax
No. 135 dated the 1st day of July, A D 1901,
Na. 138 dated the 1st day of July A D 1901,
No. 139 dated the 1st daiy .f Juiy, A D 1901,
No, 140 dated the let day of July, A D 1901.
No. 141 dated the 1st day of July, A D 1901,
No,. 142 dated the 1st day of July, A D 1901.
No. 159 dated the 1st day of July, A D 1901
No. 162 dated tlie-1tt day of July, A D 1901,
No, 109 dated the lst day of July, A D 1901,
No. 170 dated the 1st day of July. A D 1901.
No. 182 dated the ht day qf July, A D 1901.
No. 187 dated the 1,t d y of July, A D 1901.
No. 193 dated the slt day of July, A D 1901.
No. 195 dated the lest day of July, A D 1901.
No. 204 dated the 1st day of July, A D 1901. Has fik:d said certificates in my
office and has made application for tax deed to issue iu acOordaince with law.
Said certificates embrace the property described immediately to the right and
opposite the number of the certificate, as follows, to-wit:
No. of Certiticate. Description.
135 swi of swi less 10 acres sec 3 t 4s v" 14w.
138 lots 910 blk 51 net sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
139' lots 1 2 blk 2 swi sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
140 lots 13 14 bik 21 nei sec 5 t 4s r 14w.
1141 lot 8 olk 2 ne* sec 5 t4s r 14w.
142 lots 2 3 bik 31 nwl see 5 t 4c r 14w.
159 lots 1 to 9 and 16 to 20 blk 2 s sec 353 t 3s r 15w.
162 lot 14 blk 3 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w. -
169 lot 13 bik 13 s se.' 35 t3s r 15w.
170 lots 8 17 bik 14 si sec 35 t 3s r 15w..
182 lot 16 blk 16 swi see 36 t 3s r 15w.
187 1ts8111218 blk 31 nelsiecl t 4 r 15w.
193 luts 7 to 18 b'k 11 neL see 1 t 4s r 15w.
195 lots 1 to 6 blk 24 net se 1 t4s r 15w.
204 lhts 3 4 5 6 7 1011 bik 17 nw sec I t 4s r 15v. All situated in Washing-
ton county, Florida. 'J'he said land being assessed at the date ot the issuaans of
such certificates in the namo hereinafter immediately following the number of
such certificates. as follows, to-wit:
No. Name No.- Name
of Certificate. to whom assessed. of Certificate. to whom assessed
135...................... Unknown. 138............0O & M M Hasselborg.
139.................. Henry Clark. 140..................John D Cromin
141..............John DErwin. 142.............Francis CClara.
159.................Nancy A Smith. 162...................... Unknown.
169......................Unknown. 170....................Unknown.
182.......................Unknown.' 187............. ...... Unknown.
193.......................Unknown. 195...................... known.
204..... ...............Unknown. Unless slid certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed will isiue thereon ,on the 24th day of May,
AD 1907. W TC OCKrE

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Feb. 20. 1907.



Speeial l rort to the Buovy.
One or tw"o lightt siowers hit ohr
S re last week, c'oling off thle air,

Thursday, May 16, 1907.





4ugar, T lb
Granulated 61/4
Cotfee,A .... 5Y
,t brown..... 5
Green.... 12@20
Arb1uckle,t 12-15
,Aitger snaps 31 25 Ba
Crackers, soda -. 10
olacco, plug -20a60
London tayers.8-15
Valencia ...... ** 8
tict ....... 6r
Evaporated... 1 2
Dried Peaches s
3ostl il pr gal.... 20
,asoliie ".......20
florida SyrupL.. 50 o
honey........ 75
Tiuegar.... 30C
CO eese. pr ... 3 '18
Butter .. ."-35
Oleomamrgerin-e.. 18
, ,ard ... .. 7-10 C0
3eans .......... 5
,ocoanut pkg... 10
Jelly, glass lOah-2/
bime Juice...... 45
PIgs Oer doz... -20

Tea, Ib
He No....... 55
Gunpowder.. 40
Uncol'd Jap.40-60
ond milk, V can
Sweetened. .... 10
making powder
Royal ........ .5
Campbell...... 10
anmed fruit
Peaches.... 10a20
Tomatoes... SaI2
Apples........ 10
Pears ......... 15
Plums......... 10
Apricot...... 10-20
Strawberries... 20
Pineapple ... 1(1-20
nned Meats
iRoast Beef... 12Y
Corned Beef. 12j
Chipped Beefl0-2.
Lobster..... 1"2Y
salmon.. -. 0@15
anued Vegetables
Baked Beanis... 10
Corn....... 10@15
Peas ... ... 10
Pumpkin ...... 12

#?lour Pork
arof S'th/, 2.3E D.S. pr lb......11
Obelisk .....3.25 Bacon Sides.....12
Corn Meal prkbu0.-e0 Fresh........ 8alt
Oat Meal pr ib... 5 Br'kf'stBac'n16-22
Corn per lha. .75a00o Ham canv's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders.....V
Irish....... 1 40 leef
early i'se seed 1.60 Corned ...... .
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh .........1
malt, pr sack... :.00 Dried .........
Table......... 5 Milk pr qt ...... (10
Iails, per li4 /aSt Ai,with handle. 75
tali wire do.6a61 Hoes, each....35a50
P r oe.- o.9al200opper paint, ca-mn 50
oves cook,. 8a25 [inseed oil,gal.5@60
"ipe, per joint 18
l',ints, per yd.. 5ab Checks ....... 5a5
heetiungs .... 5a9 Flannel....... 1 M4
Muslin ....... 9al Tlread per spool. 5
eans.......15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
atcranats pat 2-25 Men's... $1 40a300
Hiy prcwt..75al.T'5 Oats pr buI....... 60
3r.i ... ...... 1.25 Brick pr M.....13,00
lope isa ..... e pr 111).. ... 7
)rangespr doz.. 45 Pecans pr 1Im..... 15
Apples ......... 15 Walnuts........ 0
emons......... 20 Almonds........ 1I
itishellprl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 20,

Horse ... $.50al50 Cows....... $15$a
Mules.... $50a$.175 Hogs...... t
Oxen.. pr yoke $65 Sheep.......... $2
- .. POU I1iA y
j'%ickeis e lh i 40.-0 Geese each. 4eI
" trk-ya ... al.0U) Ducks........ 25n5'
fresh Salt
Mullet pr doy. "2c Muilet pM 1 .51;
Trout........., 25 Tt t........ 5 5 i
Pompano pr lb.. 6 Pompano .... 10.00
St,.eon,- . .. 10 Mackerel .... 8.0

tsai t, 1 I, ...14.00
Face ,' .. 12.00
Sap ... 10,00
Drop siding,
tleartlace~,itn 14.00
Sap ,' 10.00
Buffti lumner,. 8@l21
learl shingles, 2.50
S.4a 1.50

Ceit. tig.
earth, .. 14.0
Face .. 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
Clai ,i oardas,
xhi in. f i,. ..$i..0<
Finishing luu-
ber, d.. $12@ 15.01
Lath, y n.... 2.011;
foat lumber,
d ed....$20

Deafness Cannot be uttredI
by local applications, as they cannot
each the diseased portions of the ear.
here is only one way to cure deafness.
lid that is by constitutional remedies,
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi.
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustac-
ean tube. When this tu'e gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
nearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can le taken out and tv is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of daafess (caused'by catarrh,
'hat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
3 ire. Send forcirculars free. I
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Take =all's Family Pills for constipa-
ti on.
Shifting the Blame.
Husband-Where did I leave my
spectacles last night? Wife-Let me
see! I saw them somewhere, but I
can't remember where It was. Hus-
band-That's'Just like a woman-can't
remember anything.-Exchange.
Coming Forth.
Stage Manager-Why didn't you go
on when you got your cue, "Come
forth?" Super-01 was waltin' for the
other three to go on first. Sure, an'
how could 01 come fourth If I wint


It you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ll or will be. Keep your
bowels ope m 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
Soo, Never Sicken,-Weaken or ripe; 10, 25 and
f, d ents per box. Write tsr free sample,.and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sle'ling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.

FARMDALE. fPersonal.
Special Report to tbheBaoy. Rod -i. Wright of Los Angelss
I Miss M.llv Gra'~Mian, affov' a Cal. is I.ere for tp weeks with hi"
I t, . ,,.. .. . .i it .

, newhat. uilday for li hr lihoie near Iotiha i, Sheerifft C. G. Allen wa in Si. An-
A Mr. Albritton has purchased and A!a., Mrs. Melten and children ac- drew, Monday, anmmiouing jurii fr
m,,ved into the Mrs. Day home at comiipanied iher. hlie approaching te In ot conit. i
Ferry Point. Titylor Schermer & Co. shipped George b1itiord, representing he
The H. H. club, under the auspi. fifty t%*o ban els of rosin and sixteen great medicine firm of H. E. Betlen
ces ot our school teacher, Miss May barrels of spirits on the Tarpon last & Co,, Chicago, the virtues of a re
E. Porter, ihas planned an entertain- Saturday. remedies have been heralded thi ngh
ment for Saturday night at the hotel W. B. Campbell thePensacala Jour- these columns for many years. was
parlors, where every lady is expected nal's representative was here last an early caller apon the edit:o of rhie
to have a box for sale, containing week and got several nsbscribers to Buoy yesterday titorning and renawed
souie of her very best poetry cooking, the Journal. the advertising contract for his cont-
supposed to contain enough for three; Mrs. Woodfords flower garden is pany for the ensuing year.
but in reality, two, only will partake looking fine, it is just like a big bo-
thereof. Ice cream will he served, to quet-her cape jessamine bush is in "No wonder I am brown," said a
cool the throttle, Everypdy is invit- full bloom it is just lovely, globe trotter. "I am just back from
ed and expected to be there with his Mrs. Lyle hia- another fine flower the sahara. I spent two mouths wan.
,dering with a caravan of camels over
best girl.. The "H. H." means a garden sprinkled with several orange that white expanse of sun warmed
"Helping Hand"-so come along trees loaded with fruit., stand. The Sahara is like the beach at
and help your best girl all you can. Mrs. Baker has as fine a strain of Atlantic City, a flat Immensity of the
whitest, cleanest sand, and the stran-
The Cromanton school will have roses as can be found anywhere. The gest thing I did In my wanderings was
services and an exhibition of its tal- young folks looked mighty sweet, to eat desert grasshoppers. The Arabs
-n. on Memoidal Day--May 30, and Sunday, decked out in roses. regard these grasshoppers as a luxury,
and I was tempted to try them, %st a
narch to itie cemetery, one and-a- Robert Melton the boss man at the in Paris I have been tempted to try
hall miles south of the postoffice, to still and J. Barr, the boss cooper snails. .The grasshoppers were good.
decorate the lone soldierr g ave-with are repairing the Company's big You plucked off the winds, the tle
sweet flowers-that of the late L. H. barge. dried body. This morsel tasted preclie-
Pratt, the veteran who is interred We had a light hail and a heavy ly like an English walnut. I ate'grass-
there. -May there be a general turn rain Saterday evening, and saturday turn to the Saha several times, am going to eat
ot, especially of old soldiers, who are night there was a steady down pour them again."
expected to show proper respect to ot rain accompanied with much light- Spelling by Ear.
the memory of the heroic dead and ining, for about two hours. The young French stenographer,
to extend a Helping Hand. The line Your reporter made one of a party whose progress in English had not
,,t march will be taken up from the of four who went up the bay on W. kept pace with her proficiency iu short-
school room at about 3 o'clock p. m. F. Woodfords launch last Monday, she had taken of a recitation ate
Mr. Bates' new boat is a dandy, to J. J. Kronmiller's where we were public entertainment.
and it took some hard work to get it treated to a view of the finest garden As she transcribed them the reclta-
tion began like this:
out of Watson Bayou, Satu'-day af- we have seen this season. We bought La fanthi wurlaf swidheu
ternoon, string beams, onions new potatoes, Out panju out pelone.
Rev. F. WVineman filled' his ap- cucumbers, etc., etc. "That's easy," said. the expert to
whom she submitted the notes. "It as
pointment here, Sunday morning. Mrs. Caraway gave an ice cream part of a poem that begins:
School is prospering finely. upper and cake cutting lest Thurs- "Laugh, and the world laughs with you,
Mr. Garden has the measles, and day night, there was a dime placed in Weep, and you weep alone."
--Chicago Tribune.
Air. Lee's family is afflicted with the the cake and each one paid ten cents -Chicago Tribune.
same malady, foat a cut and the one who cut the Law Term Explained.
dime was entitled to it Miss Mabel "Well, proceed," said the laiwer.
A Small Horror. '"The plaintiff resorted to o. ingea-
The weasel is one small horror. As- aylor was the luckey one, The ious use of circumstantial etience,"
tonlshingly strong, apparently fearless crowd was not quite satisfied, so an- said the witness.
and as persevering as an ant, when other cake was produced and one ladv "For the benefit of the jury state in
once he has settled to the track of a plainer language exactly what you
rabbit that particular bunny Is indeed cut six slices, but Miss Taylor, after mean by that." Interrupted the judge.
!n grave peril. The rabbit seems to cutting four slices was again the "Well, my meaning Is that he lied."
know It, too, and the knowledge to lucky one.
half paralyze him. for he seldom at- If Women Couldn't Read.
tempts the one saving chance-a "Then you don't believe In higher
straightaway, long sustained run at It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. edrucaton for women?"
top speed., And the end of the patient. How often di we hear it remarked: "Certainly not. I think it's a shame
If-we-do-but-walt-the-hoanr sort of pur- "It's only a cold," anr a few days later to even teach 'em how to read. If a
;ult! 'Tis indeed bloody murder. The learn that the .man is on his back with woman couldn't read the bargain ad-
fiend within angel garb finally tolls pneumonia. This is of such common oc. -ertisemeuts, she wouldn't be so un-
within deadly distance. There Is a happy over the lots of things she can't
snakelike stroke; most likely aimed at eurrence that, a cold, however slight afford to buy."
the blg vein near the butt of the rab- should not be disregarded. Chamberlain's
bit's ear. Once there, the brute sticks Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency Her Advantage.
leechlike to the blood sucking, while f a cold to result in pneumonia, and has "Your daughter has an angelic dis-
(ie -tremTtllt. 'WinniT irabltm'totte rt gained its greirt popularity and exteraivf- ,w'~.tion." Ak,
aimllssly about till its drained body sale bv its prompt cures of this most "Yew; we "lwnys let her have her
falls limply to pay Its tax to mother common ailment. It always cures nad is "'wi wvay about everything."
eartb.-Edwin Sandys in Outing Mag- pleasant to take. For sale by all medicine
azlie dealers. Nipped In the Bud
-M* .1lfge-- 1Which Is i'rnper to say,
en 1td m .10," o "I.o'iu me $10?"
*I.."n.'-lt won't do you any good
NdTv"l1 ,iChamberlain s ,

A I Ya.0L v W al

The action of diges-
tion is controlled by
nerves leading to the

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There will be no occasion for it. if you
keep yonr bowels regular with Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Their action is
so gentle that the appenl-inever has
cause to make the least complaint.
Guaranteed by A. H. Brake, 25c. Try

stomach. When they are t t hem
weak, the stomach is de- BOARD WANT D.
priced of its energy. It p WAN' D YDu
has no power to do its pOugh Remedy Wife and Three Small h6ldren,
work. If you want per- The Children's Favorite Board during the ountI o Jone in
manent relief, you must ---OUREs--- .
restore this energy. Dr. Coughs, Colds, Crouz and quiet private family in St. Andrew.
tores Whooping Oough. Address, with particulars, at onee.
miles erviie restore This remedyis famous forits cures over H. T. HOLMAN. Hiartford, Ala.
VOUS energy, and gives a large part of the civilized world. It can
nervous energy, and gives always be depended upon. It contains no :.
opium or other harm ul drug and may be
the organs power to per- given as confidently to a baby as to an adult
form their functions.- Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cta. AZI
"For many years I was an acute mmkwM A U
sufferer from nervous indigestion; at u
times I was so despondent life seemed Fog and Sound. IEAD ERS
almost a burden. I tried all kinds of In a fog at sea the toll of a bell
remedies and-various physicians with
little or no relief, until one night last buoy is singularly grave and solemn,
summer I saw Dr. Miles' Nervine ana well matched by the weird note of a SUNSET MAGAZINE
Heart Cure advertised. I resolved to
make one more trial which I did In whistling buoy. Unfortunately the beautifullyillustrated, ood stories $1.5
the purchase of one bottle of Nervine value of both is lessened in foggy and articles about California and r
I began to feel better, which encour- weather from there being but little all the Far West.
aged me so much that I continued the motion of the sea. Nothing, too, is CAMERA CRAFT
medicine until I had taken more than more dnlicult than to diltln a dozen bottles. I am very much thm- more dimicult than to distinguish in a devoted each month to the ar.-
proved In every way; in body, mind fog the direction from which a sound tistic reproduction of the best $1.00
ant pirito recommend themediinsean comes. This i' in part due doubtless work of amateur and professional a year
1 feel a sincere pleasure in knowing to the interference offered to the photographers.
that several persons have been bene- t-
fited through my recommendations." straight course of the waves carrying ROAD OF A rHOUSAl'D WODPERS
A. S. MELTON, Ashville, N. C. the sound, but also probably to the book of 75 page contWOing DERS
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold by your absence Of the normal. although un- a bookof 75 pages. containing
druggist, who will guarantee that the 120 coloredd photographs of # .75'
first bottle will benefit. If It fails, he suspected, co-ordinatiou of eye and picturesque spots in Caliornia
will refund your money. ear in location the origin of sound. and Oregon.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind The assistance of the eye on sea and Total . 3.25
land is instinctively given to the ear
in many di''o-oent ways. In a fog All for .5
Wonderful Eczema Cure. the ear has only itself to trust to.- Addrmallordersto
"Our little boy had eczema for five LondonSU SET MAGAZIE
years," writes N. A. Adams, Henriet- On the Woozy Mississippi. Flood Buildig San FrancE o
ta, Pa. "Two of our home doctors said A nhmorist has said "the Mislssilp-
the case 'was hopeles, his lungs being pl river is so crooked in places that a
affected. We then employed other doc- .Steamer going south has been known
tors but no benefit resulted. By chance to meet Itself coning north., giving
we read about Electric Bitters; bought passing signals and narrowly escaping
a bottle and soon noticed imp-ovement, a collision with itself."-Detroit Free a
a bottle and soon noticed ianp!overnent. Press. |
We continued this treatment until sev- Press.
eral bottles were used, when our boy Our Nearest Approach.
was completely cured." Best [of all "Have you any decorations in Amer-
blood medicires and body building lea like the Victoria cross, for exam- .
health tonics. [Guaranteed at A. H. ple?"
Brake's store 50c. "Er-er-well, I think perhaps the
double cross Is our nearest approach a .
A Certain Care for Aching Feet. to it."-New Orleans Times-Democrat.
Shake into your 4hoes Allen's Foot-
Ease, a powder. It cures tired,aching, Very Decollete.
callous. swollen, sweating- feet. At all "Poor chnp! Everything he enrn
drugists and shoe stores, 25c. Sample goes on his wiffes back."
FREy, Address, Allen S. Olmsted, L- "WelT. if you'd seen' her at the opera HMNE.50 L
you wouldn't think he earned mirch."-

PARKER'S Bohelmfan. (i :
Cleanse and beautifies the hair. All' That's Necessary. .
promotes a luxuriant growtlh.
Never Fails to Restore Gray "Do Mr. and Mrs. Henpeck live" hap-
I H air to its Youthful Color. 4j D 1 U LLO r 3
Cies .sp dcalpdisea & hair ,ulig. pily ?" "
-k,.Pndu1o.t0at Druggists "Mrs. Henpeck does."-Houston Pks BE _
--~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ -oso ------~-q^*-.---- ----- **--------.

. 11,11,0 11V vj.,Il I') Nfelli'll iell S-ki

from an old subscriber stating that he
haji long read it with interest and was
aware that it was time to renew his
subscription, but did not wish to do
so, as he would not need It in the fu-
ture. It was not noticed that the post-
mark was that of a town in which a
state prison is located, but the post-
script was eloquent. It said, "P. 8.-
I am to be hanged next week."
In a Studio.
"I ordered you to paint me some
cows in a stable. I see the stable, but
where are the cows?"
"They are in the stable."
"So is your pay for this picture. You
had better bring both out."-Saeta.
Not if as Rich as Rockefeller.
If you had all the wealth of Rockefel-
er, the Standard Oil magnate, you could
not buy a better medicine for bowel com-
plairts than Chamnherlain's Colic.,Chel-
era and Diarrhoea 'Remedy. The .nost
eminent physicians cannot prescribe a
better preparation for colic and diarrhoea
both for children and adults. The uni-
form success of this remedy has shown tt
to be superior to all others. It never
fanls, aud when reduced with water and
sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every
family should be supplied with it. Sold
liv all medicine dealers.
A Remarkable Church.
A small watering place in Austria
named Elchwald can boast of possess-
ing a most remarkable church. It was
first built by an Italian architect at
Venice at the expense of Prinen Carlos
Clary-Aldrfnwrew. a grevt ndiftnrer of
Italian architecture. When it was fin-
ished, the' ehunrch wa'H taken' to pieces
again and packed in thousands of nuin-
bered cases for transportation to EAch-
wald. At this place ini Attstrta ft was
eventually rebuilt and then made over
to the inhabitants as a free gift from
the prince. . ..... ..




My Hair is


Do you like it? Then why
be contented with it? Have
to be? Oh, no! Just put on
Ayer's Hair Vigor and have
long, thick hair; soft# even
hair. But first of all, stop
your hair from coming out.
Save What you have. Ayer's
Hair Vigor will not disappoint
you. It feeds the hair-bulbs;
makes weak hair strong.
The beet kind of a testimonial -
"Sold for over Sixty years."
e MK byZY. 0.CAyerCo.,.Lowell. Mae.
A lso manuftoturera of

Clever With the Cards.
Some years ago a certain county jail
was undergoing extensive alterations,
during which time a gang of pickpock-
ets, four In number, were arrested one
market day. Owing to the alterations
the lot cell, but were placed under strict sur-
veillance, the care of them being spe-
cially Intrusted to the sergeant. The
day after during his rounds he spled
them playing cards, When he promptly
opened the door and summoned a fel-
low constable, on whose arrival the
cell and the prisoners were most care-
fully searched, but no cards were
found. However, the card playing still
continued until the day on which the
pickpockets were to be sent to the as-
sizes for trial. Then the superintend-
ent, a very kind man and a great fa-
vorite with every one, asked them as
a favor to tell him where they had hid-
den the cards. They told him that as
soon as the sergeant and his comrade
entered their cell they stuck the pack
In his pocket and picked It again be-
fore he left, as a proof of which they
presented him with the much used
pack.-Pearson's Weekly.
A Bride's Dilemma.
A humorous romance is reported
fronk Natal, where a youthful Hindoo
bride was recently called upon to
choose between her husband and her,
Jewels. The case came before the Dur-
ban police court in the first instance,
where the bride's parents, says the
Natal Mercury, accused her husband of
abducting her while under thirteen
years of age. The bride, however,
claimed to be eighteen, and the magis-
trate dismissed the case. Outside the
court a tug of war took place between
'.he two parties for the possession of
he bride, in the course of which'it ap-
'eared that what her parents part!cu-
arly desired was not herself, but her
jewelry. A sreaiut of police then sat
a judgment and decided that the Jew-
,!ry belonged to the parents, and the
riri must choose between her husband
-und hler bracelets., After some cogita:-
don she chose the husband, who
womptly unfastened the bangles from
ier arms and handed them to her
The Judge In Jail.
"I," said an e,3teeined magistrate.
"spent a week in Jail before I entered
on my judgeship. I ate the prison
food. I slept in a cell. I conformed
with all the prison rules. I wore the
prison clothes. I did the prison work.
Thus I learned the value of the sen-
tences I was to mete out later on. I
got to know what a week, a month, a
year, in jail meant. As a result I am
more merciful than most judges. I
think It woi!d be a good thing if every
judge before taking office would spend
a little while in jail as I did. HIe would
then know the value of prison sen-
tences, a thing lie doesn't know now.
Now he is like a cashier who attempts
to pay out money in a coinage of
which he Is ignorant. In Baden this
th(ig I speak of must be done. Every
hdge in Baden before he takes his
seat on the bench is required by law
,to pass weeks like a common prisoner
\n jail."-Cincinnati Enquirer.

SA Strong season.
\ihe bookkeeper of a sportsmen's
publication received a letter one day







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-'1 ,/oIrgq,1 Man.
Heine (at the village barber's)-I say,
do you know why this man's shop is
hung all over with sacred pictures?
Beine-Oh, yes: that Is for the conven-
lance of his customers, so that they
may call on all the saints when he
shaves them.-Megpendorfer Bl&ttw

Not What They Expected.
Bride-Here is a telegram from papn.
Bridegroom (eagerly)-What does he
say? Bride (reading)- Do not come
home. All will be forgiven.
God is love, and you can never es-
cape from love. No sorrow, no sin, no
estrangement, no darkness, can enable
you to escape from love. The omnipo-
tence Is the omnipotence of love, and
the omnipresence Is the omnipresence
of love. You may loosen your hand,
but he will not loosen hls.-Lymar
How He Knew It.
Redd-That's my machine coming
Greene--Why. can you tell your ma-
chine as far as you can see It?
"No, not as far as I can see It, but as
far as I can smell It."-Yonkers States-
"Guilty or not guilty?"
"Yes," responded the man at the bar.
"What's that?" queried the court
"You asked whether I was guilty or
not guilty, and of course I am. Of the
two conditions I could not well escape
"But which are you?"
"Aw, go on. judge What's the Jury
for?"-Philadelphia Ledger.

A Slur ,on a Great Stafer
It is told of the Right Rev. Daniel 8.
Tuttle, D. D., LL. D., who had been
attending an important confereme at
Lambeth palace, London, that during
a very formal function lie and his wife
were loudly announced as "the bishop
of Misery and Mrs. Tuttler'--Itaper's
Weekly. -
H-ow We Do Changej
"Ahla!" exclaimed iMr. Jethis,. "'ee
treasuring nimother man's pctu"r aRl
these years, ok?'"
"Not exactly'." answered his better*
half. Thant's a picture of you, dear,
taken when you badi hair."-Loulsvllle
IHow poor naire they that have not pa-
-tie cI!-Shiakespeare.

Water Nfeedle.
So penetrating is water at high pFW'
sure that only special qualities of cast
iron will be tight against It. In thelt
early days of the hydraulic jack ft way
no uncommon thing to seo the Wati,
issuing like a fine needle through thei
metal, and the water needle would
penetrate the unwary finger' Just am
readily as a steel one.
Cash or Credit.
Women should not get -credit. N.
their should men. Cash is the cure.-
Tradesmen maybe would have a badtj
time for six or twelve months, andl
many a lady would have to "lie low,"
but In the end we would get both ou91
trade and our money, and she wottu
get her dress and at far less cost.
London Opinion.
The Vie* Preidenoy.
"Ifs sthrange about th' vice |prilp
dincy," said Mr. Dooley. "Th' pftor.
dincy is th' highest oflice in th' Mg
Iv th' people. Th' vice prisldlncy ito
th' nex' highest an' th' lowest. It sn't
a crime exactly. Ye can't be smt to
Jail t'r It, but it's a kind Iv a disgrace.
-"Dissertations by Mr. Dooley.'

His Hop. -for Reveng@.
Judge (to barber sentenced to death~
-If you have a last request, the oovrt
will be glad to grant It. .arbew-1-
should like to shave the- prosteutia at*
. torney.-Muntch Jugend. -
To be able tot have the ,M A W
want, that Is riches; but to be able fV
do without, that Is power.-Msletom.i@
exposed His. amfik
Mrs. Potts-I can't see why FWM aV-
ways stay late at your office tbesA
nights. r don't see that you gt1e afy-
thing by it. lack Potts (abentaitfd'
Adly)--'iat's so; but I won't always h
a loser. Liuck will' ehalg:--t Selite
Standard and Tifnme
Sl14*l(ped Her Up.
Orchestra Leader-- ever elielsd t&w
prima doa do' that Mgh note a
- well as she- d( list night. Stage sAiWI
'ager- 6r k "Sotw W Mt a i hW
reached it sf6e s "f mouse f0 tl0
Wlugs.-Yonkers' 9qp1fman'.
Ie2e MIJefty'.
Arfi-toxu don't tell mw hMtW id
gem of a cook left rAft.s 6Wtf tIe%
tes. 'You ,eltras l)ixat Tipre"ie tI
change' grocers when the coot a*t delivery 6oy' fell OU-ft.- B..

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Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
April 15, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that James
Hodo of Bennett, Fli., has filed notice
of his intention to make final five yjar
proof in support of his claim, yis: Home-
stead Entry No. 31303, made Jan. 20,
1902, for the eS of xneY sec. 25, and the
e)% of neo, section 26, township Is, range
14w, and that said proof will be maoe
before the clerk of the circuit court at
Vernon, Fla.. on June 20, 1907,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his contlnnous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz.:
J. M. Porter, er., J. M. Porter, jr., J.
B. Brown, of Beonttt, Fla. and A. J.
Gainer, of Econfina Fla.
HamaY S. Cucna, Register.

Land Office at 0 April 15, 1907
Notice '.s hereby given that William
H. Danuelly of Saundera. Fla., hap filed
notice of his intention to make final five-
year proof in support of his claim, viz:
Homestead Entry No. 2711, made Aug.
12, 1903, for the wi of nwi of section 35,
township 4s, range 12w, and that said
proof will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Vla., on June
0. 1907.
Be *amne the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivatfon of the labd, via.:
Joe Dvor and J. J. Sroomiller of We-
taopo. Fla. J. W.-Danley of Callaway,
Fla. and W. W. Stewart of Cook. Fla.
Hnmar 8. Cm,xssRegister.
W'Editor's fee paid.

D&aPranM r Or Tis INTERIOR,
La"n Otnic AT OATGAIyILL., FLA.,(
April 15. 1907.
4 Notice Is hereby given thit Oharlos L.
SPitts of Bennett, Floridai hai filed no-
tice of his intention to make Anal fir..
tear proof in support df his claim, viz:
iHomestead Entry No. 29970, made May
23, 1900, for the w%( of se section 27,
townebhi Il, r. 13w. and that said proof
will be made before the clerk ot the
cirouit court at Vernon, Fla. on June 20,
He names the following witnessed to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz:
0. T. Bernett- O. W. Cox, J, L. Mash-
hur and P. S. Ellerbee. all of Bennett,
Fla HlRTav S. CinaS. Register.

eaufc scertin our opinion frewn~w**a
$vtto if i s Is.fpla m
row lymupt a~rn 8

culatlon of any ietfitlfl lournaL Terms. 5 3
year: fwrn mont. l bSyal newaleral

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30x50 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the more important
"* ~whtings-is of great value to any
ete contemplating purchasing pro|p-
erty in town. It covers about four
miles of coast line, extending east-
ward from Dyer's Point to and em.
ireacing Old St. Andrews, with cor.
reaKul.ing territory inland. Price
One Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
showing a-l the lattds disposed of by
:he Cincintrati company, also locates
Harrison. Parker, Cromanton and
adjacaut conutry. The piat of the
l0ts is not shown, birt by the aid of
i~s map the approximate location of
any lat is easily determined. Price
y'ity Cents, at the Boy Office.
E.'he.rmap wii be sent by mail to
any address or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very iheralcluh.
biog arrangementS with a few of the very
nest publications In the country and for
the present can send for a whole year
The BUOTY and
.'etroit Free Press (twice-a-week
and Year Book)............ 1.741
The Fl, T. U. & citizen, daily for $5 85
do, Semi weekly,forSl 55
Scientific American' .... 3 60
Farmerand Fruit Grower" ... 2 55
Flotida Agriculturist *" ... I 55
do cwbaof5, each ... 2 25
FarmJowrn.al, Phrlad'a, monthly 1 10
Uincinati Enqwirer twice week
8 large pages each issue..... 1 74
AttlantaOoestitutilon .. I 7o
N...Y. World(thrice a w*k)... .. 1 7
The osmplitan.............. 7
'Jb1 Grimerim ................. I 5
For say or either of ihe above public.
Ilona in connection with the BUOY ad-
dr as &l oe'ss to t'HE BUOY,'
St. Adrew,.Fla.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the 'north halt 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 lote.
The price asked will be according to
kecation. W. A.. MMMONS P- "0.

Nutice .t Applicatiou for Tax Deed Under section 8 Chapter 4883 Laws of
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond purchaser of the following Tax
Certificates :
No. Ill dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900.
No. 112 dated the 2nd day of July. A D 1900.
No. 113 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900.
No. 127 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900.
No. 128 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900.
No. 170 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 19(0.
No. Ill dated the 1st day of July, A D 1900
No. 112 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900.
No. 173 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900.
No. 188 dated the 2nd nay of July. A D 1900.
Na. 190 dated the 2nd day of July, A D 1900. Has filed said certificates in my
othee and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificates embrace the property described immediately to the right and
opposite the number of the certificate, as follows, to-wit:
No of Certificate. Description.
11 nwi of swI see 2 tp 4s r 14w.
112 so of swl of swi eec 3 t 4s r 14w.
113 5 acres on south side of eet of swt sec 3 t 4s r 14w.
127 5 ac'es on east side of nwi of a I seu 9 t 4s r 14w.
128 sw9 sec 12 t 4s r 14w.
170 lots 8 9 bik 17 swl sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
171 lot 16 blk 17 swl sec 36 t 38 r 15w.
172 lot 11 blk 20 swl see 36 t 3a r 15w.
173 lot 6 blk 30 sw* sec 36 t 3a r 15w.
188 lots 6 7 11 12 13 blk 16 nwl sec 1 t 4s r 15w.
190 lots 10 17 18 blk 16 nwl sec I t 4s r 15w. All situated in Washington
count, Florida. The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of such
certificates in the name hereinafter immediately following the number of such
ceatifioates, as follows' to-wit:
No. Name No Name
of Certificate, to whom ajbeseed. of Certificate. to whom assessed.
111.......................Unknown. 112........... ...........Unknown.
113.......................Unknown. 127.....................L H Leathe.
128 .. ..................Unknown. 170.......................Unknown.
171........................W m H il. 172.......................Unknown.
173 ..................... J N Forbes. 188.......................J S Boyd.
190 ...................... Unknown. Unless said certificates shell be redeem-
ed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon ,on the 24th day of May, A D
1907. W. C. LOCKEY,
[L. S.1 Clerk Circuit Court,
i'eb. 20, 1907. Washington County, Florida.
Notice of Apq'lication for Tax Detd Under Saclion 8 Chapter 4888 Laws
ut Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of the following Tax
No. 783 dated the 2nd day of August, A D 1897.
No. 781 dated the 2nd day of August, A D 1897.
No. 779 dated the 2nd day of August, A D 1897.
No. 775 dated the 2iAd day of August. A D1) 1897.
No 763 dated the 2nd day of Aueust, A D 1897. Has filed said certificates
Li my office and has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with
aw. Said certificates embrace the property described immediatelylto the
right and opposite the certificate, at follows, to-wit:
No. of Certificate. Description.
786 blk 22 net sec 1 t 4s r 15w.
781 lot 2 21k 6 net sec 1 t 4s r 14w.
779 lots 6 7 8 9 blk 32 set sec 36 t 3s r 15w.
775 lot 4 blk 3 set sec 36 t 3e r 15w.
.63 lot 24 blk 5 si see 35 t 3s r 15w. All situated in Washington county,
Florida. The -aid land being assessed 4t the date of the issuance of such
certificates in the name hereinafter immediately following the number of
such certificates, as follows, to-wit:
No. Name No. Naw e
of Certifloate. to whom assessed. o0 Certificate. to whom assessed.
7868 .................;.....Unknown. 781....... .................J L Russ.
779f....... .......E H Rutherford. 775.................I E Layton.
763.......................Unknown. Unless said certificates shall be re-
deered according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 24th day of
May, A D 1907, W. C LOCKEY,

Feb. 20, 1907.

[L. S.J learK Circuit UourIt,
Washington County, Florida.

In J. H. Drummond's Applications for Tax Deeds published in these columns,
Certificate No. 3933, dated August 6, 1894, descriution should read, lots 17, 18,
19 20, A1, 22, 23, blk 16.
Certiflate So. 3534, dated December 2, 1895, read No. describing property,
3534: and No. 3542 assessed to Geo Hrooksmith.
No. 16 3, dated August 5, 1890, read 1603; No. 1443, read lots 2 to 5; No. 1603,
read net; No. 1488, to whom assessed, read 1588.
No. 1337, dated 1892, read sofs et 35; No. 1342, read el lot 13; No. 1343, read
wI; No. 1344, read et; No. 1345, read wi; No. 1447, read eo swl; No. 1458, read
et swl.
No. 1621, dated April 3, 1893, read sec 36; No. 1627, read lots 16, 17; No. 1662,
read nwl; No. 497, to whom assessed, road 1497.
No. 3825, dated July 6, 1896, read to whom assessed,3825 instead of 2825; and
No. 3826, assessed to S W Sea.
No. 136dated, August 1, 1898; read to whom assessed, 136, instead of 156; No.
160, read blk 27.
No. 185, dated June 6, 1904. read net; No. 194, read sillot 18.
The Issuance of tax deed to the property embrace .d in the several certificates
and corrected as above noted, is hereby postponed t the 14th dayo fJune, A. D.
1907 W. C. LOCKEY, Clerk Circuit Court, Washington County, Florida.
Dated May 15, 1907.
,, = l t I I I III II

The Limited.


Copyright, 1.07. hy C. H. Pnteliffe. t

Dick Prescott sat huddled in his
chair at the desk. hl. eyes staring at
the receiver a.s though the innocent
little piece (f me'lhanils i had sudden-
ly developed venom. IIl:i right hand
clutched a revolver, and his left work-
ed convul.ively, around hli l-ft breast
as though he was feellu-, something in-
`It can't be po:slble!" he said once,
then a -Valn: "Il'H. a lie. I know It ls.
Julie G-riJon leader of a giving of rob-
bers? No. It must be a hideous mis-
But the words ns they had come lu
dots and dashes to him froni Bat Cross-
Ing could neither be nilnuder. eTfac(d. Aud he knew Loomn.L so well
-Loowmls wouhln't say a word about a
mwoiawi that could wrong her. And.
be.siJes, Loomis did not know that
Prescott loved her. So the element of
jealousy would not play a part.
But there was the message, repeated
to make an error impossible:
Dick Prescott. Cow Corners: *^
You will receive package containing"
money from express messenger on limit-
ed. Twenty thousand dollar for James
Bealt. You will be accosted by Julie Ort-
don, leader bad gang. who will talk. hold
you up. Jake Orldon coming later with
gang., LOOMIS.
It wasn't a long message. Prescott
laughed half insanely as he repeated it.
He got up and walked nervously to
and fro.
"Loomls wouldn't lie." he said.
"And see how true It has come so far.
I've got the package. Limited went
through on time. And now"--
He laughed again, but It was a
strange. wild laugh.
"So this is the little girl who was:
so nice and cordial and oven affection-
ate; the pretty girl I saved from
drowning only a month ago; the girl
whom I was going to ask-God! Sup
pose I had! Suppose it was her bus
band she, with Jake Gridon. was con-
tag to rob! Suppose It! I can't sup
pose It It's all a"-
He stopped at hi4 desk again anl
looked down.
"I've got it right." he said. "And
Loomil wouldn't lie. But how did he
learn It? How can he know?"
His nervous walk began aniln. IHe
couldn't leave. Hlls pony wa.n't far
away. but the eastbound expre-;, would
pass sOOn, and (hen the switch must
be turned for the ulght locr:l. There
was no one else. The raniht-a'k)e, one
''orse station hld a porter daytimes,
;bpt at eight when all the deviltry took

place, the company (a not trina nm
needed any one.
Ills brain was on fire. He had the
package, and the girl he loved was
coming with a gang to take it from
A sudden noise at the window made
him jump. His revolver leaped from
his pocket.
"Don't shoot me," said a quick, nerv-
ous voice. "Dick-Mr. Prescott, you
received a package from the limited.
"No." he said, facing the sun tanned
face that looked in at the window. A
glance told him she carried a rifle.
"You did not?"
"1N.i fka nnl 1TrhP llnitPA vupnt

"Now. Dick." she said, "walk out
quietly. Leave things as they are
"But, Julie-my good name-my rep-
She laughed harshly.
"Your good name! Oh, Dick!"
She pointed sternly. He walked
RhTifi- f her. It was a dark night.
The ingle lamp in the station was the
only light visible. But the girl knew
the way In the dark as well as I'res-
cott. 4be ordered him to walk to hbi
borse. He found her own tethered
near it
"Release both horses," she said. He
His heart was bitter. He could not
fight her. He might as well do as she-
commanded. He. had little. hope for
mercy from the gang, but she had the
"Mount," sae said. "Now ride to
that clump of mesquite."
He rode in silence, she following.
They sat their in their saddles, It
seemed to him, for hours. Then the
racket of the express could be heard
and at the same time the pounding of
horses' hoof~s.
"Look," she sald tensely.
Hie kjpw the voices and did not need
to ree.
"Where's the whelp gone with the
swag?" naskid the vocoe of Julie's un-
"HI can't far. Hle couldn't ex-
plect u.,- Lucky we got the girl shut
The express was coming. The lights
from the train were poured into the
"Come." she whispered.
He could have shouted. Somebody
would have heard. But there was
something In his mind. Tie didn't"
think clearly. But what was this about
a girl being shut up?
They rode swiftly, first along a gul-
ly. Then. crossing the stream. she
swung in the saddle and spoke again.
"Dick." she said. "for the sake of old
times I am giving you a chance for
your life I can't give -ou up to them.
I have saved the money for Mr. Beal.
I came to warn you. I did not think
that you could be tempted. I knew
they w,.-. ',oniing. I heard them on a
train. They locked me In the school-
house-iuew- I hurried as fast as I
could. -4t yon-you have gone wrong.
Dick. i-we had been together some.
Dilck-I va'- beginning to love you.
But It's )l over now. I'll marry an
hone.sr inn or none. (owlIhy. Dick.
T've savd you from a crime. I'll see
that Mr. Heal gets the money."
"Juller" he cried. "Looml. tele-
graphed that you were coming first to
keep me quiet for the gang. It's In
there. .Tule, written."
"And that was why you told me the
package had not come?"
"Yes. .Jlue. I swear It. I was a fool
to doubt oiun. lut I was alone, and
everything came out ns Loomis said. I
-Julie! I love you. I was going to
ask you to marry me."
"Then I will." she said. "ITurry up.
You can show the telegram from
Loomis tomorrow. I'll be killed If my
uncle gets me now. They'll take care
of everything tonight I'll take no
chances. I*Ne is your pistol. Now.
ride like the mischief for leal's
He swnng to her once and kissed
her. and then they started. It was
midnight when they reached Beal's.
Explanations were brief. Words are
not needed down there.
"Well, for two youngsters, one a ten-
derfoot, you've done pretty well." said
the griyzly old ranchiman. "I'll put yon
up tonight. and we'll see that you're
well married tomorrow. We can't af-
ford to make any more mistakes with
n couple like you. Wouldn't It be a
fine thing for you two not to get hitch-
ed-wouhln't It?' Get to your rooms
now. I'll give you some of that wed-
ding present In the morning-part of
the twenty thousand. I guess. But
I've grt o figure how much I can
spare. good night Don't worry
none. Joke Gridon won't get you
here." -
And h couldn't, for Jake Gridon

.oL 110 V ll*. ea 1e em Ie wen 1tL
through without stopping." was dead.
"But it was sent-I know It was sent. *O*O*Or
I know It, I tell you."
"No, I received no package."
For a moment she looked at him td
steadily, and then a peculiar smile
dashed across her face and disappeared _
again. With an agility for which she B ar
was far famed she sprang in at 66 ''
window. By FRANCIS A. COREY.
"Dick Prescott," she said sternly, --
*'your face tells a different story. You Copyright, li(. by P. C. Eastrent.
did get that package for Mr. Beal."
"Missa Gridon, I"- And this oun
"Stop! I have misunderstood you, And ths ou giant from the woolly
and I make few mistakes In men. Dick west was her employer! Betty gave
Prescott. you have opened my eyes to. an Involuntary gasp. He was so ele:
night. I thought you were a man-a mental, so unlike any one with whom
gentleman. You have proved me to be she had ever come Into close personal
wrong." contact before.
She stood leaning on her rifle, and "I've dubbed him the Bear," Mr.
her great fearless eyes looked steadily Hendere4n, whose desk was next to
Into his. her own, confided to her. "He's
He felt himself trembling. How was straight from the Rockies, you know.
he to let her know that loomis had And tlnn he is so big, so brutish, so
sent the- news that had so unmanned ungainly! Looks as much out of place
him? Yet be must do something. Once in a New York office as a bull in a
more Loomis was proved correct The china shop."
package had come; Then she had come. Henderson himself was slender.
The next womld be the worst gang of handsome, polished, Immaculate of at-
cutthroats ilt Arizona, with Jake Grl- tire. Betty's glance rested upon his
don at their head. smug. clean shaven face approvingly.
"Julle." he said, "t am not well. I His well bred tones were indescriba-
am going out for air." bly soothing after the hoarse rumble of
"Yes." she said, "you don't look well. Mr. Sterling's deep bans. She was re-
Come outside." jolced to find -94 congenial person In
He started to the door. this place where thb failure and sud-
"Stop where you arer" den death of her father had left her
He flashed a glance beek. He could stranded.
not pretend to be frightened. He was "There are reduced gentlemen as
looking Into the mnuale of her rifle, well as reduced gentlewomen." she
"'Dick Prescott, throw up your hands! thought, with a feeling of womanly
Quick! You haven't a moment to sympathy for him that later on found
loee." expression In unexpected ways.
Her eye was as steady as any man's For Instance, although short to curt-
of the southwest Prescott was no ness with her employer, she would
coward, and he couldn't shoot the girl linger after hours for a friendly chat
he loved for a hundred times $20,000. with ltenderson and even permitted
Up went his hands. him to take her out to dinner once or
There was a peculiar sound in her twice.
throat as she stepped to his side. With oue 1lay when they were alone In
fingers that seemed to have had much the office Henderson swung around In
practice she took away his revolver, his revolving chair and said abruptly:
swept her hand Inside his coat and "Miss Vandevere, did it ever strike
took out the package. !you as a bit strange that the Bear
"Now, Dick Prescott, obey every should have given you the best berth
word of mine or I will shoot you. in the office? This is your first expert-
Stand still a moment" ence, and good stenographers are as
She stepped to the desk. A few plenty as blackberries."
clicks had sent this message along "Are the3?" Betty answered. "I
the line: didn't know."
Agent at Cow Corners robbed. Send "Do you mind telling me how you
relief (W happened to anolygojhimr" --

"1 receiVI a maru1n cupy u nia air
vertlsement and wrote Immediately,
asking for the place."
"Hm! And got an answer by return
mail, saying you might report for
"Why-yes--so I did, Is that so very
"Oh, no." Henderson meditated a
moment, a queer little spark flashing
into his eyes. "See here I'm going
to tell you something," he announced
abruptly. "The Bear is In love with
"Absurdt" Betty cried, reddening
"I know the signs. Watch him.
You'll see for yourself. Can't come
nigh you without flushing and trem-
bing. Gemnuine case of love at first
sight. I guess he knew what he was
about when he took you into his em-
"How can you say such things?"
Betty was Indignant. She realized
for the first time that there was a vein
of native coarseness under the man's
"A pile of money comes Into this of-
fice," he said after an Interval, looking
at her keenly. "The Bear Io beastly
rich. That counts for a good deal.
You'll marry him for his wealth."
"A cowboy from the plains? Not If
he were made of gold!"
Henderson looked relieved, but be-
fore he could reply Mr. Sterling came
Into the office."
Betty bent over to her desk with a
scarlet face. When. presently, she ven-
tured to steal a glance at her employer
she encountered his fixed gase and
knew from the look In his eyes that
Henderson was right.
The thought that this oncouth west-
erner dared aspire to a Vandevere
made her furious. Later on, when an
errand took her into the Inner office.
whither her employer had withdrawn,
she made all possible haste, but be
spoke to her before she could slip back
again to her place.
"Miss Vandevere, one moment,
please. You are looking pale. You
are not used to such close application.
You'll make yourself IlL I have a box
at the opera, but I seldom go. I'd be
more than pleased to have you use It"
Betty's breath had stopped, and she
recovered It with difficulty.
"Thank you very much, Mr. Ster-
ling," she said Icily, "but I must de-
cline to take advantage of your kind-
She fled with hot cheeks, but at heart
she was not so angry as she tried to
make herself believe. She knew In-
tuttively that the offer had not been
prompted so much by a desire to win
favor as by real aollcitude for her
Further proofs of the big man's
thoughtfulness were forthcoming. That
same evening, on returning to her
boarding place, she was met by a smil-
ing landlady.
"See what's come fer you, Miss Van-
devere!" The woman triumphantly
held up a basket of delicious fruit.
"Who sent it?" Betty asked, search-
Ing for a card.
None was to be found, and Mrs.
FryItt could only tell her that the bas-
ket had been left by a messenger boy.
Not one of her fair weather friends
knew her present address. Naturally
she thought of Mr. Henderson. For
some time there had been a growing
tenderness in his manner toward her.
When the anonymous gifts continued
to appear daily she took occasion to
remonstrate with him.
"Hothouse grapes are expensive lux-
uries," she said. "Don't send any more.
You can't afford to."
"Miss Vandevere, allow me to correct
a wrong conclusion. I have not pre-
sumed to send out grapes or anything
"Who did?'
"If I may hazard a guess-the Bear!"
Betty was so angry that she marched
forthwith into the next room, where
her employer was busy at his desk.
"Mr. Sterling," she cried, "it's an Im-
pertinence for you to mske me pres-
ents! The fact that I work for you is
no excuse."
He looked disconcerted.
"I hoped-you wouldn't know-the
trifles canme from me."
"Why did you do it?" she demanded
"You're not used to making your own
way-of course you miss things. And.
then, I knew your father, and I wanted
to help you for his sakes."
She stared half Incredulously.
"You knew papa? When? Where?"
"In San Francisco-last winter. We
met in a business waty and got to be
friendly. He liked to talk about you,

and once he showed me your picture.
So you seemed like an old friend from
the first."
Betty's eyes had been opened, but
the look of annoyance did not leave
her face.
"I can supply my own wants. Please
do not send anything more," she said,
and, with her head held high, went
back to her post.
Henderson glanced up Inquiringly,
his face revealing half a dozen im-
pulses In as many seconds. Suddenly
he rose, took a step nearer and began
speaking rapidly in a husky whisper.
"Miss Vandevere, listen! I'm going
to tell you a secret. I have fallen
heir to a fortune. I take the'midnight
train for Canada to claim the legacy.
No one Is to know of this until after
I'm gone-not even Sterling. Will you
come, too-away from this hateful life?
You know I love you. Decide at once!
There's no time for dallying. Say
you'll come!"
SThe startled girl trembled In the hot
breath of lits passion. Every vestige
of color left her face.
* ;"It Is-so--sudden," she faltered. "I
must think It over. ,,tve me time..
T'll call at your boarying -boe at
10 o'clock. Be on the watch. And re-
member how much there is at stake.
But I know I can trust you."
Betty's voice seemed to have drop.
ped down Into her throat. There was
no response. A silence fell In which
she could hear the muffled beating of
her own heart.
That night Henderson was the first
to leave. Sterling was In the room,
and he could only give Betty a glance
of mute appeal as he went out.
She crouched over' her desk with
blurred eyes. For a time there was no
sound save the rustler of the paper
Sterling pretended to read. At length,
throwing it, down, he crossed to her
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said, a new note In his big voice.
"I'll soon finish now," she answered
without lifting her eyes. "Don't wait,
please. I'll lock up."
Betty heard him sigh as he went out.
Hastily locting the door on the inside,
she withdrew the key and returned to
her seat.
An hour dragged by. Now there
were shadows everywhere. The cor-
ners were black with them. She felt
a suffocating terror, as If the walls
were contracting and might shut to-
gether and crush her.
Suddenly a key clicked In the lock.
She had barely time to drop behind a
chair before a man tiptoed into the
office. As he passed by .her hiding
place the light from the street struck
across his face. For a minute she
ceased to breathe. He went hurriedly
on to the Inner room, and after a little
while a gentle clicking told her thathe
was working the combination of the
Now was her chance! Quaking with
fright, she crept to the door opening on
the landing. One quick step and she
was outside. Then the unexpected
happened. A flood of light suddenly Il-
lumined the darkness: she saw' that
the passage was full of policemen.
And she had rushed straight Into Tom
Sterling's arms!
"You! Oh, I'm so glad!" she gasped
hysterically. "Quick! The safe! Youn
are beiug robbed. Henderson" -
But the men In blue had already
dashed past into the office. There was
the sound of a struggle, then a voice
shrieking dreadful curses the same
voice she had once thought so cultured
and. refined.

"I overheard-this afternoon," Ster-
ling said quietly. "I had grown sus-
picious before. If you really love him
he shall go free."
"Love blmiim Oh. vA .nor! Betty cried
with her face hidden on the big man's
shoulder. "I didn't know until thli
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