Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: November 4, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00104
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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U.. S. Senator---Ist district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d Distrlct, J. P.
k Tallafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-lt District, S. M.
SpIrkmat,. -Tampa; 2d District.
S7 .Fraak Clark,. Lake City; 3d District,
Y W. B. .Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Office-Register, AW. G?* Bobn-'
s" / on; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
rille. -
.. t Iite-aoveram, N.mB. Broward; See-
.",a," -,'. ptury, 'I- (.' Crawfotd;, Treagurer,
-K .-V. Xhott; Atbrndy-General, W.
"- Ui', tmpapWolter, A. J...Croom;
S. uediitendent of Public Instfue-
"9 1 W.- M. M R 4eaay; Commission.
k, orobs

One Dollar & Year iu Advauce.

Entered Sept 3. 19 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as seconJ class matter, under
Actl ofl Congrss of March 3. 1879.


Display ad. ratds, 50c. per inch pert
month. Position and extraordinary
condition ratB subjed, to kpeotal
"Locat Drift," 5c per li rst oeti st
. tion; ,.c achabseol Die Dp4

Follow ing i. a list of the Insn'ecrtiia
and Cl~ks appointed to serv,- at the.
general election to be. held November
6, 1906.
Precinct No. I-Vernon. J D Par-
ish, J Al tbimnmons, John T Carter, 1 -
spectors; R E Tiller, Clerk.,
Precinct N,(. 2-Davis Mill. R L
Scarlett, W H Slay. UChmlie Nishete,
IFnpectir-s; W T Horns. Clek.-I' .
Precinct No. 3-Oaryvillp. A'B
Nelson; D A McMillan, 'Thmas OlG[
k Iinapectors; T i. Miller, '.frf
, 1 ", -.

or because Ill ti
the time of Ed4
of the Jews, es
posited In bos
This schemf h i
Wealthy landfl
pressed their nel
- were brought na
neither fear nor
tried for their o
merlt:uof the: coat
depeudebtt ou nt
*unable or uawinl
in keeping'lwiwIth

withpowersgo a
unUqte& by

-U p >4

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, 1

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I tile mercury s at 40 or rC,
u'ly a, qn.iitter of an inch
crri '@ed. If ihvy are p it dt wu-n .:in
.it4'.t -part bf the immuer, they
'lid Ipract.cully c.ild to ed.
i: '. ie'ath',' (;ch:a!c2lh.i tI~ t jills the
rl .:uon of mo.it o w:' iIl nce.
Iirro, or four thIt li:it;'.r to be near
i IW.tt er-ia a stretch t' tr:wk. The.n
S'ho bot.tvuue.r day .coWis. The track
ij r 't" ..i-IJ se;Clont r'anT 'o not sae

Pt tui^iea :'l> ;hat thi I:al-
.. r nut q'ito '' "o.1 as It ought
the p.it :: .' thlore is the
ot :'.r.- e T'e rail: .t to .ether and.

iit'.Im l lekl e outward ,

fIow .irnst Stetl looad of,-ortiaermn
ADU Miaterioosly Disalppeare.
Near Irl.t:sk. in ceniltc SLberla. Is a
series of rapids'on the Aulgara river.
After tIdy dIMtAsfei-rs 'The, rih.er trans-
port companies declde&li tLe early sv-
entie or thie last cefn(y iowulid a shjrt
-airoad for transshfpinuent' o"t. freight
round the, a'pidi' T'e twelve mile
road wa"proiA.iw 'thue rs' t railroad
'btullt/ln A.ia* bf- tu.ia' rac- r.,
talnly the ftir I itt rB.r
Asia. -,. : '',. ..'
.h. .ere 'n re r *w about


-( Sa t as.S.'J-. Ai. owe",
B--. zty sperintendent. B.
1 Wausau~ Surveyor, Thos.
..'. Bg' Vernon; County. Comthis-
S*ionert, B. F.-SwIhdle, Vernon; A.
S. larrll, Ch.pley; J. M. Porter,
d", ftlna; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
S i gtg; Elton Siagleton, Nixon. -.
. And're*sl.JiLstice-of the. Peace,
John 'Starrock; Notaries. W. A. Em-
uSOna Ai H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
S. Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
S S;chooDItectors, G. W. Surfer, Sr.,
S p. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie 'H. Ware.
Panama City ----Ptmaster, Taylor
1,Milvie--Postninster, Henry Bovis.
Cotaetle, J. H. Damin,
Pafker-'Postmaster and Nottry Pubileo
:--M"-. H. Park'e. r
Cllway-Postmater, M. N. Carlisle.
SBaundear-Postmaster, R. Peters.
A' Altnten-PoBtmaster, Andrew Allan.
'- Anderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-

t Bay--Postmaster, W. C, Holley.
-V ;4-postmistress; :Mrs. R. Gay.
*. pkInsl---ost master, Emery Tomp-

S. bead-Postmaster. 0. C. TompKIns.
S ook--'ostmaster, J. J. Fowler.
S. etap o-ostmwstreis, Mrs. Dyer.
Muj -.e.Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

SOahoun County Cromant6n--Postmas-
Of I iter.lor i Hoskins.
dal--PostmaSter, W. -Wood-
!:" '" ",, THE MAILS. *

Gl'orther"afl ls, via, Alndetisol,
A''.'6" BWe Head and ObhplD departs
't z.aJe-,ept Sk n4ay let 3:00
m'.- ., arrives *ery day' ex-

.... at F L:p, 4. cook

Aadrews ev'ry morning except Sun-
day t .;W oecloc.k, arrives, coming
; ,w't iit" o _jp. m. .
mti g oti s
'-i: Xr ps r chW.yoii ave. front-
e... *ttrk. t; gertices at 11 a. mW and
.-. .Sunda School every Sun
..0 at L. ev. C. L. Joyner,
S $pjscopal-Church Wasra-
%o ve. and Chestnut s& Sunday
:, ". i : 9.:30 a.' m. every Sulday.
Mr ;J Conmpay, pastor.
U .'- 4e"byteriau-CAwCh corner Lorailn
z' -; S and" rake St, Rev. 0. C. ol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
S a. mWI'ery, Sunday, John Stur-
v to1kt; 'Sept..

S athollc-Church corner Wyonitng
,A.ve. and 'Foster St. -.

r Lodge No. 142

.. Regular Comtuni-
I 1k ,E*cations on the first
and third Saturday
iu-eachl month.
Visiting Brothers
W. H. PARKER, W. M. -


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~-----T- N
.'- W. A. EMMONS,
slircuit Court Clerk and Notary
for the State at Large; has
ll et u to administer oaths, take
tlts legalize acknQwledg-
@-ptp ete., anywhere In Florida.
jpO.a.-. attention given to lan con-
Sand matnrage ceremony, per-
foflaWfujly qualified parties..
v te py (*f St. Andrewa
-.- F w. g

dr-three extra minubets
you tftat no break mgy
yqu choos#to renew.

will be, .snt
occur should


Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906.
Fuor Member'bf Conpgress, 3d Distric t
W. B. LAMAR, of Jefferson.
Foir Justices o'f the Stroreme Court,
of Escambi
For SLate Representative.
For Tnx Assv-ssor,,
FoPTax Collector,.
For Tre: sirer I
-For County Commissioner,
First Dist-J. A. McDONALD.
2d Dt.--A. L. HARREI.L
3J Dit.-S. .K, DAVIS.
4th Di't,-P. N. HUTCHISON
5th Dist.-W. I. S;NGLETARY.
For Member School Board.
First Dist.-J. fH NELSON.
"d Di.t--G. B. HOSE.
3d D(st.-S. J. GALNER.

T'vi.-iideiat hoosevAlt lhan issued

aunnul Tiiaukngiving proclamna:ion,
detlting T'lhurnday, November 29, as
the. date. 'The proclakntiiiln this
year tails attetiottlo to the great prou-
perity of thle conntry as itt el" l tles
4sectni cases for 'hllmaikigiving by
jiew*~y.Je y tihe United States.

Ai fboig it tis a.hei ted by nearly
every iprac ibmig physician that tihe
po.sKibility of being butted alive caln
only i? ccur i here i medical ex4iptina*
tion has nut bven made, *an eminent
'Gernian 'p ,lyscian and surgein
state- that a sitonger, absolutely me-
liable gunauntiy Lorl i.icerning actual
Aderth is hill demanded, and the de-
mannd has been met bi' tie discovery
of a new inedmmini rw-' ascertaining
death wilit perfect ceitaint. -This
new death tebt cunsits in injecting a
solution- of fluurescine deep into the
I i-Nnes. ei citnlatioii exists, the
sk;n nnl iniiinunus tmentbranes become
ve'"y yellow and tie eSees assinie ttie
c .lotr o emerldis; if the cit.'nlatin'r
hai ceased, ncme (f these: remilts oc-
cur. The disc'verer, proposes thlat
at least two hours befiiie the body is
placed in a coffin. muchl an injection
Witlh fluoresoine be made. 11 life it
not vet extinct the injection does tno
hliain, and the coloring withiin a short
time entirely disappears willhont the
slightort injury to thle' patient.

Anl old-fashioned silvei, needle with
I gold.eye wandered aror.nd in Mrs.
A. A. jftitn's h6bo7 for something
am lm :.' ..t~i -' ... .r ._ n _,,s.

W Surhor, Jr., W 'A Emmoud'
Chairly Paikcer I'nspeecors; JoIn
S turr.ck. Clea k.
Precinct Noi 6-Pt. Washliion.
.I II Canmich;:eI, S Stricklind, sr.,
H F WisVp, Iniip',tors; Wm. A
Wilsion. (,leik.
Precinct N,. 7-Ch pley. Art01h
N.in'lin, J HI Williams, W" W
Cofk. Ini.ectors; A L Wells,
Clerk, \ -
Pre-.inet No. 8--Mi!lers Ferny
-w H White, W F huss, J,;e
Howaid. Inspectors; E P .Skipper

i reciict N. 9-Nixoiu.


McClellanri R.,h.-rr Nix.,n, -J McCall,
linpectoro; R D Murray, Clerk
Precinct No. 10-Parker. \W 11
PI Ofr, M aslhburn, NI N C'ir-
ileo, In~l'.cito~; P F Parker CI,-k
Prqpinct No. 11 l-Pplar Heail.
u u Wller', I I, Richads, Jolni
Gijant,- Inspectors; F I Niles, L.leri'.
Piec'nct No. 12-Gioeqhea'
J'aln, DykiAs, Jolhn Rogers, T .E

the Gainer, I~i"-ctrs;

E L Gainer,

Precinct No. 13"-West Bayv. W
A Lee, IV C Hlleyiy, J W Peel,
inspectorsr; .S I'; Ala-m, C'letk.
Precinct No. 14-GrasSy Point.
John Walf"nghanm,,Jhin H AA.,d(m;-
son, A J Gainer, Inspectors; T.
D GTanper, Clerk.
" Precinct No. 1&'1--Wausau. Jor
dlan Taylor, G M ,Myers, 8 F
Gainef, Inspectors; Wiley Johns,
Preciftct No. 16-Bayhead.'\V
T-MCorminick,.,J B Singletary ,J, I Por-
ter, Inspectors; B B B Bwn, Cleik.
Precinet No. 17-.M1tllvill. Wiu.
Prow's, J W Kimbrel, hI H D.mfin,
Inspector.;-Jeff Davis, ('lrk,
Precinct No. 1-Wetappn. An-
drew Allen, Joe yer,. L C Davis,.
Inspectors; J Kroniniller, Olerk.
Precinct No, 19-.-Hinson. D G
Brock, A-D May. VW R Milton,
n-pectors; D A S,,ll-rn, Clerk
Precinct No. 20-Ditncean. A W
Weeks, P L HIarne, G A Dailev,
In-peotors; H L Bowen. Clerk.'
Picinci--No. 21- l'lun T J
Rookf, S D Bns'iek. Dan Aniloison.
Inspectors; W K Jennings, Clerk.
Precinct No. 22-Fountain. Ml
WV Nixon. M M Fraiser, Angus
McQuagge, inspectors; M1 S'Sp)uni,

Precinct N'T. 23-Jordan. Jo
Nelson, J W Rberltson, MI
Berry, inspectors; ID H Horne, J
Qlerk. A. L. .HARRELL,
Attest: C Olairman.
WV. C. LooxeV, Clerk of Board.



.TIE S ..A C

lier -devices
cuseeto in-

pr chamber,
i reigu such
ad for tiv'
ce gathered
?l'occain the
S-hear the
wary power
inJustice In
stances of
'of Its ad
reigns of

harkable,: eas_
ama, who had
eal, a popular
l4rning and
3:l .'favrr-
iying his pat-
uence In be-
otiip to hls
emeUt arose
Utii -satisfy
m '-an,'- who

*. bishop
r -rhamber
l:tt.., to the'
^pleaVye and
H mturntre
r pay the
Per$ were
40rldi stotwa_

and tUarit
tione.' it
otoui IVH
the timeaf eif
$he two StitaC
of despotic rile a
ture, intimldatib'l-l
were used to comrn
crimlinte hhself
Charles 1,,.tro -
filled-his eoffers.&-
enormou's 'fines .ee
ial offenses that t
about the courtroowi.
mOrnfug to secuem'
proceedings. The-.
of the court'in the w
mdde it a means 6f
the- hands of bad
which disgrace the
ministration duringL
James 1. and Charlet
One of the most -
was that of Bishop
been' lord prelate nal n mani'
.spirit and t5 oeo tn!t
Ite of iauneI WTuiL;
ronage bp jerted hit
half of La., after'
who owed jis fil-t p
good otirces. 'me d,
between theL NNottal
Laud 'but "th r inu
had befriended'm.
On' some sli p
was brougIllt, b ore l
and flued i O, 0,
Tower ldtV1, tk.#
suspended fromtol-
and books were k
ine. Amona so
-to d.9et'
these letters the -*w
"little great man" an.
a "little urchin., As'
of stature, It was'
these terms referred
were both tried, one
scandalous letters
writing them. Will
8.OOO aud -Obaldist
hnd his ears nailed td
Pi-yne, a barrister
coin's Inn. a Puriti
sect, published his
anstix,"'a huge voldt
page-, aimed at ast
danciug, public fe
sportss, banfires r nd
alleged libelous -olul
ed before the star chl
Mr. Irynue, lushitbg
hihisistorical illustrit
chief of frequent1n.,
Nero and spolse of
who conspired agaln.
example upon the ni
people. The chief j
ferred that the an
stigate the lIeople toi
and Pryune was d41"'
of practice as a
to stand In the pillow
and Cheapside. to l
each of these pla
5,000 and to be
There was hardly,
who had not person
harshness anud
chamber. It bdee
without reason. -
1641 as obe of
made b3 Ckarlq
a Indignat
INtl S M1, -_
prison. Th7
nmnb amid.

le n ipaipeis call them. You see
the number of 'ttinjts thAt colpclde to
ring about the wreck. You must uin-
dstand why it is, too, that a real,
da In the wool sun kink Is a thing of
ar ccurenu'ce.
"'% erhl years ago I was riding on a
frelgh .train and, looldug ahead, saw
that th tracks had buckled outward.
The t'ral was stopped, and I saw a
re:il case f the sun kinks.
"I couldu-t find anybody on whpnmtle
blame coulA be laid. The rall were
Apiked and'b\lted properly, the ballast-
.ng seemed t&Ibe fairly good, and the
rails n littleefa her down the line were
properly spacer It may have happen-
ed that somelby's slight miscalcUla-
tiou as to the expansiveness of*one or
two particular rails had caused the
"The public doesn't know how close-
ly the tracks of a big railroad are
watched. Even-down outh and out
we;t railroads have the'walkers to In-
spect every foot of the track 'once t
day. Inaddition to that, the section
gangs are bound to go over almost
every foot of the track each day tn go-
ing to and from work on the handcars.
The longest section is not more than
six miles, and on a two or four track
system the sections are very short, and
meu are constantly going over them.
"Nevertheless w-recds do sometimes
result from the development or sun
kluks, and railroads, have experimented
with thirty or fort.., cdliferent types of
autilcreepers., An antticreeper is de-
signed to redu o to tle minimum the
chance of a track bubKliug on a hot
day'. The tracks i;suAlly l4ickle out-
wa-rd. and the autlereepers are de-
g j o esxar forae jIpg pincIr-

C~~~PilSW. -k3~~ ir~nn~ 'i n .1 -'~~- ~

Ppokftii.Lot a
kne "oifceaof
I was small
ptured 'that
him. They
iclv lug sach

a fide of
1- and be

aof Lli-
S strictest

ys. music
r Christmas
hps. For this
r'as arraign-.

I.sweep for
ft: tbeh mi-
referred to
i.and others
cfor his bad
jtes and the
Iap this inu-
ed to in.
te- kiug
W[i^his righi

, one at
Fine of
r life..
he realm
v of the
he', 'star
it1d not
Mhed III
zndus of

s'-w=- .wr-r _r v I-^^ - "" .'
hounlders rest aaiust the ,ride of a
--tie 'tnd are bolted to the rail. Wlhenu
the tendency coktesto buck. It Is met
by the combined strength to the antl-
:reepers.. there being, two or three to
every ra l.
"But even then," continued the track
euglucer, "the force of the buckling
triy lie so e.nrmons that it tears the
-utkire-epers loose ant wins the track
aut ward."-New York Times.

Dewvrare the Vacation Hater.
"If your L,.',lk eeper or voutr ca.hiler,"
;aid the detectIve. "cries down the
va.catiou nuil refuses to take one. over-'
tuautM_1r aecoliuts at once. for this Is
'"he wor4 sign; fh at you can find In an
ni-playou trusted with money. I could,
,:oilt v60 out n dozen cases 6f clgrks.
"oo.kOeeper.A atnld c:ts.iers wlho for
Ye.urs refused vacatio'is, and, To pua
'I-Iolid. when these fellows' acco,'its
evore loosed into it was found that for
loug stretcc-h of time tLhey I ha'dd been.
talpmi' t lhl till. They couldn't take
iny vacation, of course, for the reason
'h:tt they were afraid their stisptitutes
vou'd di-cover thelr crookedness."-
S.t. Louis Globe democrat.

ome Curious Incldents of an Over-
1 Tvw of Ve-uriu s.
At one houee, which had been ertire-
.; surrounded Iby their floodl. but not de-
c:-oyed, oae saw people, on top of the
utrss ofl I1ra, entering the upper wiu-
:ows with a ladder and b:'ing.ng forth
'jeir bouscholl rooJs to transport
,Tfem to a Iplace of safety. One yine-
'erd mias surrounded on three sides by
djfs 41vidIgu curreut, and It was pos-
fith fl ittesh ,

vUar to- r A tbrashibm t macqRe, Wtj
:ara Were ta ke n 'off 6O barges aund
Lowed-d aw:y anid the line ibdhtoned.
JS)me fifteen year later the locating
tugli.eers*of'-he Siberian r'libad"a, en-
erinig this part of. bI'.ci.I, "heard
*umurs of a ra.iroad wiich h.id existed
.oilly,years previously. This Ii a vast
agiou of sierra, forest, tnudra, steppe
.nad--here and there-of rinc (untrans-
mtabi._-liherally "quick mud"), aud
'*ier-cte'l great difieulties for railroad
...;io;ruction. News of an abandoned
:ne which had been successfully op-
,rat.d wan., therefore, received with
;n;(h intei-e.t and search was made
:'or theo r'Id. .
The fro:ght sheds were finally discov-
-red and then the line of the road
marked by the, clearing in the 'forest,
but no trace of the rails or roadbed
could be found. The right of way was
much OVergrown with underbrush and
bordered with the. dense forest ati was,
almost as black and cold' as a mountanlt
tunnel, the sun being just visiblelight-
ing up the topmost branches of the
giant firs. The railroad Itself had com-
pletely disappeared-not a rail,* not a
sleeper, only an occasional suggestion
now and theu of what had \nce.been
rude cross drainage ditches.
In an' effort to find the track plcks
were driven as far as they w9uld go
Into the earth, only to bare masses of
tangled roots. The ralrload was lost.
It could not have been burnt up, -be-
cause there had been no fires, nor
stolen and carried off piecemeal, for
the region ras totally lacking in polu-
lation. Moreover,, the old freight
houses remained with their locks- In-
tact aud packages of overlooked goods'
in good condition within them. it Is
believed tdi ave been a. case of giaquAl

Thlio 'IImuaatei track through 'the
forest- graiiuilly depressed by a few
years' traffic, naturally became a drain-
age couduit for thb surface wdter of
the forest, rendering lu time the sub,
soil spongy throughout. The sig-
lnifcance of the ta-"t that the line was
muchovergrown Is inmust curious, iU- that
this uudorgrowth probably owed much
of Its origin and profusion to tlat tak-
ing root of the submerged tree length
ties. There was never any ballast ,and
in some unusually warm summer It Is
probable that the water soaked tree
sleeper,;, welghte&l down by the cumr-
brou- pig iron rlRls, sank beneath the
surface and therp sprouted.-Electrical
Trained to See a, Joke.
C'au the sense of humor be culti-
vateod I think of a boy with thd literal
directness of a small Briton, the de-
spnir of his humorous father. A sys-
tematic comN'e was begun, ih the'hopp
that the' child's life might be broad-
eued and brightened. Each week one
otr two evenings were devoted to a care-
ful explanation of'(he jokes as they
appeared lu three of the humorous
w-elklies of the better class. Puns were
avoided, as'they were more easily de-
te0t,d nod often enjJyed, while the
ft:'.;ci' had n.j desire for a punster son.
At Utrst the-eveuiugs were strenuous.
disliked by both; to the h morous side,
so parent to the onlooker, father and
son alike were o!blvioius. But at twen-
ty-tive, while he Is ot an original Joke-,
noine c-an exc-l thiO young man in the
ea.e an! iquI-kinei3s wih which he de
tects a hidden meaning. The initiative
seems not t: Le g;'.-antcd him, but a
fund of enjoyialcnt is hiW; which un-
%doubtedly wouod have beeu lost Init
for, Iis consistenp trladug-G-tZod

eyes, abndm r j t*
even iA the privacy of tbei* UBt
Their other garmeAt' pro.tu*
a tunlc reaching below the it, eewib.
Is often embroideredand tritmaed
gold braid. They.hoher a'umbr$ a. ':-
gold and silver ortnaoments, tno. li
and earrings, bracelets, ankle "ad
so on.
They are very light in color, many,bf
them cream colored.- Tfeir-featut l d '' -
regular and good, gad they have dar
eyes and silky blank hairt- They paint
under their eyes and stain their hailh
arid nails. a reddish color with' senints
If they want to'go any distance fr6m .
home they ride. through the narrow
streets on large white asses stained a
brick red, their slaves running by tielr
sides, but you generally meet then
stalking solemnly along, surrounded by-
their slaves, who carry enormous lan'
terns as big as a London street lamp.
Very often they do not return hod
till 4 In the morning, when another
gun is fired prodlalming the fir.t hdur
of prayer. It Is very awkw:!rd at timetF
when, you me6t in the streets some of
these ladies whom you oghbt to know
and are greeted by tbpm. Tou cannot,
see their face#, It, is. not always e "..-
to recognize a voice, apd nothing .Wodtl
offend them more than to ait. '
names. '." .. "
The Real Trouble .' -.
The other afternoon a mi riuola (*',\ '
to the Reading. terminal galloped -i ;"':'
the stairs and4 dabShd for the...ra .- ,. J
shed just as tbe' ga "wewrei'j.'.2
against him.- ,, '."
a.e looked as At be waft.,to -' ,

ran -UgmUast arV xiauw aUaF prpy'kw_ U
sigh. It was then that the grlamWl Idiot
.who i always on ba 0* .44Wt3v. ,j
butted in. *.. T 'f :.,,
"Did you mnis your tou ratsE i. N
he queried- -Wit a sinmll9g-'sgMP tst$', .
panting one. -
"No," was the grouchy trJolpdEc. "ti. Y
chase thpself up here that wa lt -: .-wry 4'
five minutes' .to see them shat t .
gates." -_ -- .
"Whadt .ade..you so-jate?";-quertM' ',
the other, not at all abashed.., "p your '
watch out of order?" 1 t -o :"'
"No, my watcli s 1t to the good," r* "' ,
pli:' the man y missed-the train ,
"but I thiftk that ay feet are about '.
two minutes slow."-/l'ladelphta "Telr* .


q. There is no 'specific for
consumption. "Fresh air, ex-
ercise, nourishing food and
Scott's Emulsion will come
pretty near curing it, if th re
is anything to build on. l-
lions of people throughout the
world are living aSd in gooi
health on one lun* -

q From time immmnoidl .
doctors prescribed cod lit6
oil for conslumipti.on.' i.
course path e

. '

,..orner O1 .oraine ave,
2",lutrtnnuati t, Alt Notlriar
od Iot given prompt a*.

17a A t'tublio for the State of Florida
L rge. Attends to all matters
rtaiwlng to Notarial worjc. Office
S- J. Thompson's tort, Bay front,
Sand Washingtkitave., St. -Andrew,
: .. .
$l ;,7v. G. MITCHELL.
' rtn aerd Druggist, Commerce St.,
.'. ea o Bayvie'v, offers his protes-
sloual services to the citizens of St.
A&ld|tas and vla[Aty. Residence on

Bohjnoq thbf: Pbhycian and Accou-
gg -Offitce Pioneer Drug Store,
"'ouy Ptullc for the State of Flor.
b at Large. Office'at Parlkr, Fla.
-e. Cuvryanciug and payment of tazua
,f-. r noa-residgihts, specialtles.
Mut"al nul atnettou. S
"What's this I lib..r about tho plumb-
S er, and the palper hanger in'the nexi
: ock ? H.gre they been trading
S" N ot exactly. They did lot of
'- tork fr eavh! o;uhr aud (ac'h h.d t,
tb,.-:' e _oth.'s houg~ for his ury."-
-t.' . - 2 _

mn;rised than shewlncn tIe dedle
ended its wanderings, by emerging
from rpr left knee,yesterday..
I is a pa' iculaly fine ne neile, with
its gold eye, and Mrs. Smith's mother
must bave been. very much vext-d
when lihr haby daughte,- swallowed
it. Mrs. Smith as a baby must 'have
Rwallowed it, say thie doctor though
Mrs. Snit i has 'no jenollection of
having pyriotmed sclh a feat. She
had been having rheumatismm," so
she titought, for more than a year,
and the pain hail been settling about
hGer left kneecap. Yesterday the
pain became so intense that she called
in Dr. Lambert. He applied the
ancet, and found-the long lost
S- -H ^

reedle! -.

Sue Slander. .
"YT6urhusbAnd," said Mrs. Highmus
i'acIons!y,, "Is decidedly Interesting
nd original, even if he does sometimes
loww is -own horn a little too"-
:It. isn't so!' indignantly exclaimed
* r<. Gaswell. "My husband always
iEes his handkerchlef!"--Chlcago Trib-

At First Its ObJset* Wr#e lanudpble,
but It Subsequently Became a Crael
and tA juat Power-Some of Its Out-'
raureous Peaalties.
When -the Earl of Rlchmond had
defeated Richard-.11. atl Boswortlh and
had been crowned king as Henry VII.,
he found, theo times lu so troubled a
state that meu whose rights were In-
fringed upon or denied then dared not
apply for justice to the ordinary courts.
The unblushing manner in which
bribes and threats were resorted to by
those that had influence over the pro-
ceedings of these courts denied to them
the security of n juror's oath.
To reach a m-schief that had grown
so lutolerable Henry, feeling himself'
strong enough with bis second parlia-
meat; created a court miade up of
the highest officers of the. kingdom.
embracing, theou'etlcally, the king him-
self, -who was considered the author
o6 all justice, to -which, were confided
unlimited- power and discretion over a
large, undefined claselof offenses, many
of which were of a political character,
without the restraint of a jury and
cuibject to oo.reeisionby appeal.
This was afterward kLiown .as tire
court of tir stir chamber, so called
becatnse- the ceilinfg of the room inI
which It miet was studded with stars

y 6 InE

The Tpi es
but Mnffineeric
,Spreading RalU
Gulrding Aga l
According to
bl-..im 's~ 9t Is t.)
only "'iboiut one
\ I _'..; i 1,.e to
*It's Uk!!e the'
r:re.'~'" s::.s one thA
f \rwr;k *'the tr-m et
.i'-s I'e i:n piei s. CT
the ('co:intor Or.cs-
it. T)e.ey did not.
I hey couldn't kiow
called u'.on to invest
a- wreck, aund after;
Live examimitionn I'
that I calnot fin -
scene of the wreckit
ers c.ine atroIttli
there is always si
easy mnaswer--suit-k
"Of course wrecks
action of the sunI
rails," said anotlI
"It is very. hard to
absolutely, -If the
in zero weather,
is allowed between

f. -
t Prevent

Smenu whwse
Sthe ti'cs,
euty of the
a. -
Shecart fail-
int-er. "After
Uiru up and the
onjeb4dy asks
eer-W'hat did
inlft the time.
netjrues I anm
e th -cause .of
'most exhaus-
- forceJ to say
t. But at the
n the ,report-
'ask questions,
ody. with the

enu ed by the
eat upon the
raek engineer.
d agttiust them
are laid, say,
half au' Iunch
If they- are

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ImWM 19-m Ai? :$f.. yv.lS-yl .'6* -, ,W ,utW ,.tt -I t w-W Maw'): .mLW 4 Ww
o4..'calous- te to -fArlr v-'ey aint toall iuo the error ofbo
Jaudpnwa. '"Our Ldy-' of the 'Snows," lievtng that it ia the custom for drftriw
vith 'whose sacred Image they had caon- and pede'strlauf the world over to
rrouted the. all devoutil.g monster "turn to the right." That such is far
.weeirfrw' Implacably dbwW'ona their ap- frmin lei::g tih, truth i eni!y prove:I.
w.,-e:ntly doomed homes. In .'hina, "the l.nd of opposites,"
, Step by step tbe priests and the faith- everybody turns to the left. The same
:''l. singuiug the litany.. retreated us the Is true in Persia, Hindustan and Tar-
iwf-il fldbd swept on, and still the tary.- In Turkey and Egypt no general
.)ind of singnlg and P ranye rose above rule is observed. In England anu
1ae fearful roar of tho torrent and the throughout Great Britain the rule is the
ni-nder of the mountain jbovre belch- same as in China-"turn to the left"-
iz2 forth from the central crater fiery and the sanie is true of the greater
ombs and enormous swirls of cnuder. portion of Europe in general. Even
;,in. and smoke, which rose to great in the Unifed States the custom of
li:-;:hts. Yard by yard the larv swept turning to the right is not universal,
onward. Now a palatl. villa would le. for there are many places where the
iurroundej by the torrent, crushed majority of the population are foreign
lowu and disappear In smoke, dow. a born, where "turn to the left rule"
wveeplng peasint would see Lis 'little prevails.-St. Louis Republic.
cottage and vineyard. hl s all, go under
In an lunsta.pt. Washlngton'su Mand.
One poor woman 'was thus watching George Washington's hand Wea% de-
th fate of her earthly beleugings frout scribed a that of a giant. On the last
a little eminence when a smaller crater occasion of General Lafayette's visit
came roaring forth at her very feet. ,,to this country lie remnerked to Mr. Cus-
She Iurued to flee, fell. rolled to the tis when referring to a former visit.
bottom of the little hill. and the next "You were holding ton single finger of
moment the lava flowcd forth like the tbhe good general's remarkable hantd-
foatm fruom a glas of beer .nd swept the grpautest tent you could perform at
over the sli3t wlles slf e lh.:.i iSon that time." Wqshlugton wqs the cham-
staunllng an instat fo:' ..-Wnlliam pion jumifrer of his day. In one match
'. Andrews in .e. tury.. he covered 21 feet 3 Inches, easily beat-
Ing anil competitors.


and tolerate it. for- a i
tiune. Thereis no al, t
excepting butter,, so easily
digested and .absorbed by tb&;'
system as cod liver oilin di.
form of Scott's Eumduiqo
and that's the reason it is o
helpful in consumption where
its use mutt be continuous.
q ,We.. will send you a
sample free.
q Be sure that this
picture in the-forin of
a label is on the wrap-
per of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.

Scott & Bowne
409 Pearl StrAt
New York !
Sce. n J il, all dm'ggists

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from one year's '~e .-6 .t.'

cooL-ijt aild sweeilweti

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Thqe tr. Tarpon arrived from Car-

irablle and Apalaehicol'- at 7:80
*'clock p m. lIst Friday. and from
Mobile and Pensacola at 1:80 a. m.,

Leaves 81, Andre*i Rla, every Mand.iy,
Leaves Pensacol i, Thursdav. (We i tner
p, rmittliu). Spe. ial aiteution will be
given- to receiving and forwarding
freight for parties living anywhere on
either arm of the Ihar, and passengers
for auy point on the thy can. depend
O powreurh g "romipt transportation
a tx emroaaIhle rates. Good nvseenger
aeoemmedatoin. x.proua and Railroad
Frelght eneelaltles. For further in-
ftrmatlon apply to
,, OWAT WAS.Gevu. Manager,.
. '. .. . . .

S-Colored and plain souvenir postal
cards, with St. Andrew scenes at the
Buoy office.
-The sidewalk from the Buoy office
corth to Washington avyene has been
substantially rebuilt, and is now a bet-
ter walk than it ever was before.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good Itnen caper, 25c per
dozen: also blank receipts-100 recepta
la a block, 10c each, at the Buoy office.
-Rev. C. L. Joyser will conduct re-
ligious services in the Baptist church
next Ounday morning and evening adnJ
a cordial invitation is extended to all to
-Capt. 0 Thompson has resigned
his position as carrier of the Northern
mall to Baybead, and has been suc-
ceeded by Capt. R. Murfee, of Mulrfee
in the West Bay country.
-The piling for the new postoffice
wharf are set and squared to'reetive
the stringers and planking and, will be
pushed to completion and made ready
for service just as soon as possible.
-VBARD IIM Tablets, Price, per
box 10 ots. Put up eight Tablats in a
.box. Oneboxx make ten ounces of the
sitI. Sconomical permanent. abso-

AN APPEAL tie 4umA
-- thli coamtt
To the People of Florida From Os- 1.oition.~h
eola County to Vote AgAINST the he witl Ji
Drainage constitutional aitiol with.
Amendment. itune t .
To the People ot Floida: .We, the o
undeitbigneil Deniocrutic ,Ifficiala i U e the
)sceola Couuuty, d'esie, in justice Lt given timej
the people of this County, tI make lace at the
the fulluvwiig stateitbent to the qual- t" ith niK.r
r-fied electoral of abe State: w01oI overT
It has been said in thie piess aind vote for 3
on th btump that the people of the of evey
Everglades Diainage District are all Iian to ex
1i him tat I
.Iu avor of the payuient of the drin. ii
age tax. I 'rh lnd .
WVe diesiie to say that at the' May .. -
Primary the race for the Legiulatunie B
._. ".. ... r 't H oU yr

was iU n solely on the Dialiagne ibtue,
and the esucesiul l otuine lui tihe
Legislature, Hon. Arthur E. Done-
gal;, was overwhelmingly slecled
un a clear cut anti-drainage plaK-
form. "
, Osceola County was L he headqnai-
teis of the Dius.tou drainage a'ttnal
ysa:ewu. Thi'i Coulty may :herlIore

c.camtdid a
weved the
am 00, 1nt?.
1141' thet i

'/ '

..,. -<
L thRli 1t n 1a1i iu
py qialiti,.al tor lthe
lt ltlhat, if elected,
firwtolv t ill tile po-

I ,t. lhilu.elfOti ld wilth
hisA Citiieni." liaviiin
PDa direct.b lap in tihe
Wet, ale umvw working
1d 11aiu to ill lhe
es an', iindlce hin lto
ntli, alid it is tile duty
IWilheifi of the coluo-ed
this poifidy and teach
t interest t .i and al--
ith his dern .cratic

kX Collector.
Sthe regular Democrat-
-Tax Collector, haviang
ty in ihe capacity of,
served several! terms
issloncr, where lie has
ate insptiedion of the
Books, ib doubtless at
palified to fill the posi-
Vlector as any miau in
itv Y and if elected thae
nd on hid tilling the

Illm Le-mnn.

band met him after mauy years.
"Have you married again?" she
The man shook his head.
"Ah!" sighed the woman. "You still
love me."
"No," said the man, "I love myself."
He was asked to explain.
"Bondage taught me the value of
freedom," he replied. "I am answer-
able now only to -myself. I come when
1 please, go when I please, do what 1
please and need not make explana-
tion. I no longer divide .my pleasures
by two or multiply my worqps by the
samp number. What I earn is mine
and, when I contemplate Its possible
reduction, I need fear for myself alone.
I have no great joys, but then. I have
no great sorrows."
"And love?" Inquired the woman.
"I have been married," answered the
man.--Channing Pollock in Show.

The Bird'a Bill Was Locked.
A curious bird tragedy is told about
In the London Field. A man found a
yellow hammer dead in his yard at
the foot of a wall. The bird had flown
against It with such force as to bt
stunned. Not only that, but the upper
mandible had been bent back, and ii
the straightening out the. sharp point
was driven down through the lower
bill and locked, thus.dooming the bilr.
.to.deaa brsptarvationy .Th man sent

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Tuesdny, 8:30 p m.
Wedncday, 4:00 p. min.
Welcnesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:(i0 p. in.
Friday, 11:30.a. m.
'ridryy. f0:00 a. nim.

!.t. An drew,
*M illtille ,.
St. Andrew.
M illville.


Wednesday, 8.O-a. mw.
Weenesda4v 10:00 C. m,
Thursday. 6.00 a. in.
Thursd y, 12.%0 neoon.
Monday, 6:0o a. m.

Friday,.2:00 aoo n,
Friday'. 11:30 d..m
FridvS, 11,30 p. ,

Pensacola to St Andrew and.Millville. $5.00.
Pensacola t6 Apalachciula and Currabulle-, $'.50.-
St. Andrew and Millville to Aralachicola, 85.00.
Peusasola-to Mubile, $2.50.
Phe abovo rates include meals and berths. W. G.

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"~kI~Alarewa 6 Iy. (ex
4 i RD6 f *:3l) P. M, leave Wetatups
S4,40 p. fu ; artivei a 4 St. A odrew at
0 p..M. Makes luanidjaugs r.qgulaarly atl
P j'nutipts City, Croma:.ton, l'arker, Cai-
Ieway-'ooij, Aibtiaton and Farmdaie.
Ftelkht lAnded at nirny pomtufflbco whuir
For~i p-saengei~ ia'hd freight. rates,' see
rite card in thesaeve, al postofiiocs.
-. F. A, WI1THERILL, M'anaker._

Tbifollotylin tablc record., tho'max.
Imum, mranim~um. ahd mean te~npera-
tures, the raiuf~ili and :direL'tton or the
wind for the twsnty-fonr hours end~ing~
.ati7 o'clock p. mn., ats i ud icated by U S

--Oct .JL .24 80) 65 72 X02 W
.L 2z 76 60 6T .0 WI
e .26 72--48 60( A~O TIw'
-~ *7 73 45 M5 .00 n W
69 61 9, -00 raw
29. -'66 41 U5.3 00
36 69. 37 4 .00 ni
1- ~ 72 1501-61 1- 021

%&'i~oioary vas At once pale and
rqqpw--paT19. 'ho explained, from an.
AvotOncle-4 the Qeadly 1z~dlan shn,
*YGiOW? fr~nlifdisordered liver.
ileveftWWhe said "aly, "India
*i. q ftrp, lot~ audsall thet~nme.. 6n
ihs' qioii~ q *au and your fama~y a~re
yrpx..at thZfh'btei do yop knotO how
VO- 1l `*,4irette and resue:
I ~Vt Wd-ive In.& beautlfnl I Louse
a 61oy. gar4en, wl~h a L~st Wf
t Would InejuIe lOO~

~ :taarj '0 iati, o

e. maa. iv durmeec. o r private
,4*114r; ifla'tyib. or minrse:'a *direb, or
poot; a Suyr..Vte he&'e. tiv huup ioan;
iO;Wpuuk-ib coolies to ivork tOl f4in4:
Aduruniq2O,' Oskage a~rr;J JaIUldlr,
or f~oonaiy. nad several chkunwasis, o
~u-e 'es, or

'Japanneem Art Syioabla.
It a Japatiese-artist wishes to de,-
iBribe la. color and design tho antirl-
Slation of happiness Ire draw.4 a picture
which 'Is a combination of au April
evezlug, a moon, a ligbtli.gale and a
pium, tree or two. Vito~tary il syiu-
belized by the Iris, grtcce .anl quiet-
doss by the tvillow tree and the swal-
w for syImbols. Patriotism I some-
tiies indicated by a spray of cherry
BWoNwInsM. The almond fluuwer is tihe
flower of spring and symbolizes beauty.
The dragon twiues and wr:tbes tu
artistic course through, a!l Japmnose
art. root and branch. [His unamue is
Tatsu, and when you see'hin pictured
s" fighting with a tiger it is the symbol
of religion fighting against power. A
dragon floating'.about In the clouds
Sipants Ruccess In Itfe. Tor, .the cock,
t ptthad upon a drum, slg'nifies good
overnnient Bpth the Oreeks and the
S.i'ps 19 the" butterfly to symbolize 'lm-

In, Time-of Pece;
a, '' OfheeMi .nths of the ],ai8a-Jana.r
'. e'Id.ai st-v.lrlag exa,.fi, e of (he fie-
S. 'prIaratib a4d Itlia .oiry ad-.
^' '^lXte^ ,t...l a., i e ., .I,..

either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Visa Pointa at 80. per dozen; alao wap
t of the St. Andrews Bay country on
Sbalk of a letter sheet at 15c. per dozen,
at thbe Bioy Office.
S-Mrs. D. L Burgess ot Millville,
invites all her old customers and friends
. to cali and see her line of fnlue fall'an
winter millinery goods which she i6
selling ata small rrofi'.asashels closing
out and intends leaving on or about
the 1st. of November.
-Capt. J. W. Anderson, who haa been
having his launch, Honor repaired by-
J. T. Gwaltney from damages sustained
In the storm, launched it on Monday
and proceeded to the fishlak grounds.
where he expects, arrong the diullet, to
retrieve the losses sustained by the
-*Rev. 0. C.f Dolphy Dreached his
fa-ewall sermon in the Presbyterian
ohutech, Sunday night, closing a pastor.
ate of four years and four months dura-
tions At the close of- the 'sermon, Mr.
John Sturrock on behalf of, the mem-
burshiplof the church. in a few appro-
briate remarks, bade a feeling farewell
to their rething pastor,
-Parker lodge No. 1h2 F. & A. M. willI
moot in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pal ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitnrir
must beprovided with a certificate of
membership from their hoir.e lodge and.
fully paid receipt for d.uese.
S'.-The* ladies of tha Presbyterian
phtirch have arranged for a farewell o-
dial for, thebepefitof Rev. 0. C. Dolphy
to be given at the resideneefof Mrs F.
E. Haight, on Buena Vista ave., to
which everybody is invited, this
(Thursday) evening, at o'clock. There
will be no charge' for admission, but-
it is suggested that it would be.well not
to forget to take your pocket booot
-Mrs. Jos. ;J. Trousdale's mother-
the ladv's name not learned by the
Buoy-died very suddenly Tuosday
B;Eht. She sat up and read to the
children until after 11 o'clock and
shortly afor going to bed aroused the
granddaughter, Awho slept with iher,
comrplaining that she aelt strangely.
The family was aroused and Dr. Kester
was summoned as sneedily as possible,
but when b reached there the lady bad
been dead for more than half an hour.
The Buoy hopes to be able to give a
more extended notice next week.

WANTED: Men in each state to tramv-
el, tack signs and distrilule cdicuhar. of
our goods. Salary $80 00 per m. $3.00
ier day ior exp nses, SAUNDaRS & Co.,
Dept. <., 41--50 Jackson Boulevard, Chi-

Politeness of Childhood.
"What kind of pie will you have,
Willie-mince or apple?"
"I'll take two pieces of each, please."
"Two pieces!"
"Yes'm. Mamma told me not to
ask twrcLe"-Life.

To do a kindness to a bad man is like
sowing seed in the sea.--PaoWcydea.
SA Yeor tl Bhol.
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U a,. .-arl iartucuiarv qfat!e to ex.
Sprob s au opillion npiM tihe "mel-'its
the pr4.,osed Drainage Cuu.teitoi8 a
AmendUeti t.
\Ve repeat tliat tihe people ilitb
County liave already passed 'u:t tliis
i drainagee question, and in. t$ race for
] the Legislature they vote this drain-
age scheme dowu and einphatically
coudeuianed it.
llabinger, t.e neatest iteLtleinent ol
any bize to Lake Okeechobee, voted
alhaost to a man agaiunt drahiage.
The past action of the people o01
thisCuiiunty in voting overwheliejiiug-
ly against this drainage acheio. is in
iiseif'an appeal to the voters of Flor--
ida not- to Iasten upoL oar ueojrle th ib
oppressive arbilialy and usele.,s
iidraiuage tax.
This il &i appeal to P'm, tile fali -
minii'ed people of Florida, to give us
your lasistance, and to vote .agaHui.t
the Draimnage countiulitionals Ainei'nl-
Respectfully submitted to .,uui,
'avoUi'ble counsiderati.in.
SR.T. Butier,
Chli' Buaid Co, .',unaiiimheiones.
I. L. Lehley,
Cleik Circuit- court .
SWV.- R. Johaiston,
*. County Jludge.
SW. J.,aars, ,
Superintendent Pbic ilstnilrclioun
J, M.~~,ikour;" -
-, -.'* hieriff..
J W. Aderlral.]l,
MAyor of KisiHmao .
V. B.M,1liinson,
'Tax Collector.
J. L. Overstreet,--
Iax Annerasor.
J. R. Gilbert, Sr.,
J. A. Lancaster,
Sn lervisor of Riegisiration atill
Alomber of State Dem. Ex. CGau..
T. M1. Murphy,
Piesident Council Kisaiunuce.

So much foi the Drainage Conisti-
uri ioial Aoienduient. If the people
wiho, if anybody, shoiildl be benefiteil
by is .passage ate unalterably v )-
iiijod io ilts adopltionl, the Bunny call
coliceiv' of ino good reason ihy ani
uther portion ol thie state should fa-

vor it, and therefore adlvibes a vote
agailist it in the best infteieat of time
whole state,
Tlere is another natter oQ vital
importance to WVashington county to
be decided at next Tues.kaj'. elec-

A faction styling itsell *'-Whitq
Citizens;" headed by the denaagogqe.
Weeks, got together and iut u) a
ticket, but later, decided to anjiport
for several important .oiceq, the dge"
;,tratic nonliinees, irt' thl notable
I exception of ion,4 W. B, GifteT' f6r'


kidney trl
K kidney '
ieiari be -
hey had
It used& o
i tn ow.rm

I f yo -.rar~
/first dcicte
id the -xtr

C-. I I r


w r~k i trtx-

Ifitrs ariden-oi
Lake- Fl.,Chji

IL. E. WA:


Impure Blood..
b "'passes through
Sie minutes.
i TheIdneys ate your
.blood purifiers. they fi'
ter out the waste or
Slnpblrlties in the bjood.
I It they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work. .
Piins,,aches and rhe'-
m. tism .ome from ex-
S.ess of urio acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Causes quirk or unsteady
makes one feel as though
trouble, because'the heart is
S.pjimping 'thick, kfdney-
irough veins and arteries.
sidered that only ,rinary
be racedc to the kidneys,
l cIqnce proves that pearly
\ diseases have their begin-
T you can make. rio mistake
g your kidney'. The.mild
na.ry effect Of Dr. Kilmer's
i'the great kfiney remedy is
i.t etands tth highest for its
xf the r'oS. iStressing utses

Y rrial o of Ewuinp.R(ot.
t tel)li ybq how to fifid
kidne,-r bladder 'trouble.
Orw writing Dr. Kilmer

-i nkeflut TrmmlI er
KAeop- ct; Dr. Kitm-r's
md (ti address. Binrcgliam-

Iaago wloles:de nid
S tiila l. linger (.man
COu tilaiiLtdj itAliug
i"Al d 'cpo'uise p: id.
M I i't ad\itfliee. Work
n litrmanrn'e't. Nb in 'Cai-
11o,, required. Spar- t.inte
iat onch for Cull partieu-
Selfladdreased er.relnope.

lre.n tmaae' ve ris-rm oey 0e ov,.
easier" A. gqlQd.many of'the birdsawere
fund in a starred condltlof, shown;
that. they died lingering deaths from
want of food.. Birds that fly against'
the lighthouses have the skull bone.
crushed-aud die instantly, but other.
are stunned only.



Portraits, Views and Groups.

Colored Souvenir (I ostais.

Famoni $Strike Breakers.
The most famous strilie'b eaknkrs in
the land are Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Wheu liver and bowels go oe strike,
they qijickly settlethe trouble, and the
purifying work goes richt on.. Best cure
for constipation, headache and dizzi-
ness. 25c. at A. H. Brakq's.
A Charming View.
Dawley (to the .house agent)-I
thought you said there was a charm-
ing view from the front windows.
Why, there are only houses to be seen.
House Agent-So there Is a charming
View, sir, In the house.opposite lives
the most beautiful widow you ever
clapper eyes on, and siue's always at
the window.-London Fun.
Habit Is our primal fundamental
law. Habit anti Imitation-there is
nothing more perennial in us'thiai these
two. They are the source of all work-
lng and all apprenticeship, of all prac-
tice and all learning, in te "world.-


M .ercantile Co.,




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I Ggccdoc1


S and built up by tL late L. M, Waie,
pI e-eorganized. under New Aanagement

e of w~aftrp

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Cooking and Heatin toves

Sewing Machines and Needles. .

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial OCaskets, Robes, Suites, Ztrm





Ia M. ec d.I

.0ry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries.?
Corner of Washiigtoln Avenille .it t- Bayview. St-t '.

1 Pay Cash for Goods'and Must Do a Strictly'ashi'
Ready Pay Business. --- ,. 7
This is in My I'a, rn Interen t ar t Well ,.i My O,t, C uI anld o .. Ca" 1
vour sell of Thi is Tin i, ,- .' '. .

We are MakinGa Speciau Li0 ..
C E N 1 U RYSH t E
And we gnara-imtu ilis \Vlhibk'ey to be eqnatl to a'mv $210 W Vhipk 0.- l4. .
inaiket. .. ,a.-:o l -. -, .
,rice $2.0.0 per Gallon, .-- 2,
All ,i, l.iaiai,, are G marmtatt-,i i Stiii'ly ,")lilpy wilhi le -" i t' "1'1 "0-

Send for Price List. JOSEPH ZAPF &' GO.
Leng Distance Phooner345: Dfep't'B. Jacksonville. Flar
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SiClllvill, 3E.1,

Manufacturers of ,'

flli Dressed and DimelBsion

A L 5 0 **

Dealers in General Merchan,
I ,, o "/ 4 " 'r'%I

'E~,A:ukal~dan. 111.

3t ;evWi~si0S..i Calita Reimedy is fi mourn
pe t4-cmrei- if cold& m'u'd it shiulud. be
-4t~nniIrsady fortn' Ibatiat use iFo

!N Re-al of Environzient.
'~~ ~ tI a Li 'Oduec't freak the other
sywv the maut with the honest
* lp nud the trustVorth~y face'.
three legged tat :" we askRil--
:'jNo. It was a chleiaem thas U&d fur"
kitaiof ~etlr.
"lyes. ft Wh~ff hatched. tram a. Cold
storage egg. -Lff're_.-.

WLrev bs the rei-a rd of' virtue6 and.
what jrepoinpeuise has unatilre provf-~lew
Nor such 1pnportnnt Ancrificese a's Tose
of 11fe mnd (oktunie. wh~ehwNe'mustrof-

K t,;xjfXri '',zr'vlne of thisces-,

h.r ge-tluln l'eauty.-,t1Thme.

f rs^oplonislyt Worn --Ta.et'a .-. -, ,-
"lun~a that, death- seemed very tea. '
e writes: "'S&vere .bleedin'from 1the UKN
luvis and a frightful oough had b'ro.'; lI EjP pJ
im At death's door. when I began tal..
ing br.-King's New Discovery for Con-
sumptun,. with the astonwhing result ftl al P ntni Br
thai, ater takitt four bo tles-1 was
,mpletely restored and as time biaa 1 d1 .Lm I l 1,

proven permanently cured. Guaranteed
f.jr soru lubng, coughs and .eold, at A.
IA. irake's store. Price 5.9 and $1.
Triali bottle free.
Dl.at'r.,al: *i>. a ;t. ;i: .-
Ow :'.: ; j II:- n,; 1.1:. W" ip-;!'; ir .:*
l Ia fi*o *i *ll'r ii 'y i :),':l i *::;i;) ,l (.
iake at : pnl -" I i;.):'--,, oX'tir,'li.-Or
t C.lI o. ..1b lep 5.'1o 1 !'i1 v l 1ull- t hn.i01''l .
) ti-e l'rv-owIi to's milk :.i-1 lIdws oe l
.otind vartiun;le-lo I the' trei tnmfen'tt li-
'etes, gistrie uleer and can;otr of the
Stonmate. It is said to be one of the
.most digesti:le of milk ppodas anld is
recommended to serve the' O nube pur-
!o)4e of food and beverage. 'It is often
difficult to obtain butteraflk that is
the right age, but when It Is r'Tight"
it should be beneficial ,to the system.
.When kept on ice the goed effects are
often polled by taking Met the stom-
ach when too cold.

St. Andrew, Fla,

e rlf1
Wai r
In Wr

ery Promise and Never Held Out False Nope.
it ristkout the knref orbougie and Varioocele or t
Of detention from business; mtlonuoa Blood Poisn
QMW11oithl; l ermoury or mineral mixturei Loss of Manly
S VforPosltively cured I no stimulant but permaneB.
'. .The Dr. King Medioal Co. Isa n Itstaivtloo orgaltiedunwdeftk
laws of theistate of Georgia for ute treaMunet and uare Q
nervousandchwonicdtlease. Dr. N. K. King, the founder
this institot.Uo, a the obhef consulting speci alt, beina uilsed
by a stafff c-f emiuentphyslciansand iorreons.
OurOueoeas ;n the treatment of chronic dismaseI is lueptasp-
d. ; we use both medical and electrical jenctea.
Oar ofqt"%re equipped with ba I Lth ialvanic, faradll batter-
lee. X-r&,. lVolet 1ar, and Finsean r.: in fac, eyery ehlotraial
eontrivimee known to the medical prufeasihn. Qurauftarlunari
modern In very respect, pd we employ none bat the beat
trained adneflielent atteudants. regularly qtualBed graduates
S and leicenaed physicians being in.charge. ",
We employ no misleading means to secure patients and
t otronage-noC. O. D.'a or onasked for Ilierature are sent ut
this lsntutlon. Our terms for treatment average from 16in a0
to510.00 per month., medchlies fl oluded) and we give the siau-
S anceof a cure within a speolfledl me. ,
Dfl lMllll i SE. SES We muocessfully-treat au4 perma
N1% 0 NR0VZ BDISEASES.vnntly cure all cbrunlo d=a
S msch as H Kidney and Bladder troubles,: Rheunmatleam
Ruptur, Hydrooele. Drains. Losses, ec., and all Prirate
L WDiseaaes, Tomor and maninant. troubles, (atarrh of the
Nose, Throat. Head and Lunrgs. 1lseasoe of jCry ad EMar,
w. 0.. Chronio Diseasis of Women, such as Dt.paieemeazn,
" Vip*t Unnatural Discharges. and such weaimresses of women.
to-a.y regardiangyour condition If) ou are sick or afflicted. On request we
id yon our literature, including symptom blanks for home treatment.
* i unn nto. 7 Marietta 8 1t, Coqa i A-


Factory on*Bay Front, near Washington Ave -;' : -

Is Prepared to Build Houses, Laullches, Boats Etc.. : '.::

Factory Equipped with Engine and Modern Mac-hli ,
: -. ,FOR ''ITIE MANI'FAf'. fill'0 (F F. .. '-

MUuldings, Coffins, Stair-BuiIng, Etc.

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. ".

The Aepser Ev,f.
Part of the Dattle. "I don't see ikow she coM
nl0na.,n J 1n-W R- -coI-- ..: .

l- asant dlLUposutioUi goes a l ong
ways." said Uncle ,ben. "I sympa.
thizes wif de Indian, but I don't believe
he'd havpa had near as much hard luck
if he'd ,r bgen pood nature an' learn-
.d to lila., de la.ujo."-WnV.'hingtou Star.
There is no duty ve so much under
te as the-duty :of being happy...
.tevensoT i,.. .

be sillier-she giggles so coustaatly."
"Well, if she didn't giggle allthwdlla,".
she might talk. and perhaps that wonld f
be qorse."-Cathdoie StaudatlJ s '
Her W11 Ezxperle"Iee.
Dottle-I wonder If a blond ".
attractive, to meIz-tlzn a br.. .'
Lottle-Ask Tottle; sahs been..14h -- ';
Clerelaud Leader. .

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i-husdaT, Nov.. 1, 1906.

s~r. A NIREW

~ ago r, V th Tea,
~ltnae ..6! He No .....5
t~ol~v.A.....5, LGrusiaowder. 40
41browit..... 5 Uutcol',iJap,.IO-6O
Conld zmllik, 'j'call
'ibren...12@920 IUsweetn'a.I10
-~iM ,QW1,,b 12-15 Sweetened....10
Mit~tq :f Ib 25 Baking powder_
I a~kr~'At.10 Royal ...... .. 50
~ gO.~CI Cnnipbell....10
Canned frnit
t~blA~jqlhl ar:f$1 Peaches.... 1 Ou2O
*~ te. Plums.- 10
UT obtes.,. A"2 Apriums..-... .. .16-0
Stawlprieg. 20

S,.ecial report oe the Buoy.
| Maars. G. "W. E.iiinllaw, U. L.
licuiing and E. W\V. T'j.nl,kinM, vit-ii
I1 St. Andrew, Siunday. The wehth-
er was delightful and the run wui.
isiaile from Tomnpkins to Pietty Bay-
oil in one hour and fifty minutes. Ii
theie a two.hmabe power motor on
the Rty that ean beat within time? The
gelntlenmen could not help but taka
Sn'tice, while in .ir. Andiuew that the
WVtst End eenms to be mnir alive
hild inldusrlousl, than the East End
an the sidewalks aie nearly all re-
pairei in the firht-iarnted quarter.
while in tile qther they ..leniain al-
most as the'high tide left them. [It
i.s hardly fmir for the writer of the
above to discriminate between the
EAht Aind West End, or to charge one
portion iiih being ess alive and in-
dnitrious than the other. Surely,'al-
monst every man in town is coutrib-
uting to the limit of his ability to re-
pair the damage occaoiuned by tlhe
htor. If oee. portion, is tuory ad-.
-- ,

&1e In Good Nalu red. Docile, Obedaivmt
aml b Iongr Stifferinic. -
..,mebe cl&'*sui iF;l thebest natured
be'is: [a all v'11il eati ~on," said a cir-
,~.-is man. bM~ ~cil are an idlea,
that thij big bea.-;t s apt to go wrong
any time and make all kinds of trouble
for everybody. \--w. as a inatt-r'of
ract.1 have ut-er lbut onee -pCII a
rre..~k 'of iL:s 1Lit,1. ';Lti: i*.vi.* I-1il
Wias directlY 41,11Cto ithe i:1uloer'ibk-*
bu --t ul' 11:1 c l:Pivi ; ruizas. It SOVBi.-
[Lo me ItiVTIf s,)-n cr'ie wnIl p".ttlng-a
,tfeeIT. itor 11,10k. 11Q 21 -nft j int -of
*.ouirs or lii lie aly tl]VIlnivsat day iiid
*iII)J~~~t : .1 Jr: Y4-031 ni 4 1-rrUI: We
vauuld qhow tenhlser'Ani tenr iup tbln,.r
roo. Tite ourdy difference ilm [lie ele.
hant has mx)-e p~ideuce. Hie Is doeile,
Nbc~iiebi nvl I 1iag .4ruferilag .. W hen'
mn eievhInit -(-t% :i*I lltl ot of sort9
there is a !wniy.~s !::ie Ilihtiveight at.
oudaut. it seems, to fly off and say'hLe
.s *d:t~y.' Niauety-iiin-e timue out of a
tuudfre I liar, pow eclephlant has beemn
$R(!lyIV mtei. l. as he cannot btale,
.ae d I''ab it heouly thing he anu do
iI truill3[(Os lhis (Ils-Iust Or l))SSI1)lY
4'0V,- tELUP fuzii'er antd en.qcq lil~feel--
zig-i by taking a. crack wlith hl&tr' unk
Jt some'in-lug within reach. Elophilts,
re rt.; kin .1 hearted and tv-gler ds *o-
uIn tind .I:i-qnd .`to *ittle.,attentIons
,he same way. Find In the sane, way,

L. Deming, of -
Andrew, Piwtay
the improveriiert
were'pleasant eal
at the Buoy nffii
Rev. C. L. J
LnitvilleI, Kly '
lisi vaepti,,n "
eonrasn there, ,r
there that it wTilt
tQ Chicago to
decided I Ilto retl
once ant raes ., e
here. ,
Capt. Fl. W
sneeeeded iu fl4t
If., sunk at Peo
Ptoim, brought ii,
aliiving lat Stat
was practically'
vessel is badly'.
ays, to. thor
cost $600 or
like, ,, oL

a itad C.'

W WIViiuad ft.
a note Qf
fon. hero a ad
a trief visit

e14 Lu L&lhj'ity

ktary to go



Forthe -

Cjildre l

To succeed 'these days you
J*ust have plenty of grit, cour-
pi1 strength. How is It with
th Miren? Are they thin,
pale, delicate? Do not forget
Wjer's Sarsaparilla.' You
S alow it makes the blood pure
and rich, and builds up the
general health in every way.
The ebildrencannot pailbly-have goodhealth
unless the boeli are ia prone Ir conditio. Cor-
,uet any oonstipationl by tivtie small -lIam ve
do1ai of Ayem PLl. Alvetable*.lusgar-coat ed.

aras 4lo. Moue nc.ufra of

ye s AlUE CURB.
We have no seret I We public"
the for aulas of SIour medines.

m W -tb.ear n. Um. o_ hiearorefoa

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H T. A p--
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D E A L E R ,

Will Attend to Payment of ['axes

and Collection of Rent for Non-Residents.:


te illa ltif0 i LUMberfl Cialvf

A i Ar '.. " "r

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"u tl 'lv .0@1.
.,s'~j~-* ,.biia.lla fl. eas......1

Vuiitl( ii
~ ~ Pkt0 b n I.5 IaO~N S.d~

4.1st.I; D1a al S. 'i r lk'tlb.III6
3.25... Ba... .1 40 tt .1
iiwqt.~ 6 0@ Fresh ....... .Si I II
.0'~ Meq~plaC~ pr .m OU-0 id .
Qd M al P I. b..LIWAII.k stlen162
` 4aIhim.o pot. lu ..75i~c ffi,a I-Mth 8anle1 75-24
3.aalar e. .9shoup i de r sii .... J5I

Cu'rly 11s~er 'd. 160 4Orse.l~ .......
~I;-00 Dried ...ilile .......l 2)~
*~~ ~ Milk iu1s........~11Il'c~ s p 'II

i-4 t nitl 4fst r pe .. 9I1 2 upp5 Pai nts Can 50'd

11Vri ppr 'ytd. .Ta 5it, 'iIShre i.. ..6
......... ....... v.1 Th-rii& par ts....l :.5
15&5'0es hdis.Ia 75

11 *pr .t, .75a u9 iu pA r Im ~.......6

r l. .kI:tu ..* 1 bL~i.21) B ru N.. 13 01)~;

45 'ecin PrU~. .
JA '~ P 4 1

1. IV F,45 ''iuj t ...
~ ~flI1)I4 1asa.5 Ogg $;jlBuI. tt~i
2~ y* (k ellecig.

WE. "R 2
_T if~ ir a(itdtlL o a
Y4r1 .aL(~aaNMrtl
~jne~~ny il sac ditoyth sYs
ofsrn~t sni oomktelyu deag 9 h ~il

If~eydgate f~ uth Ood in can
~o~jy erve Irin stceti,'k a .Hal fl's t
:- ftriic re .4ifcurdla .J hie

- _. t h i w o e n 1 5 b u y i n g t al u m s b a tr r

A *inte sure will sue e.ther' the suien tse
ofiiI1u lwt mak ly tl admderaif lolcdQ.e

-. 40 F.bly deri e fo tei'n. Hall's Coaa-

,, Wrrb- aulre Famiftlyre Pill Jqi cubeiji

1 a
0 8. 1 10faditu*o. sur~faesL of

Siahertfeatnre that ma ust'be takenkintm
SM.CCuutl il that' thl property lying bo-
Sitwen l Wailligtgoil avenue and the
t postoffice is o~etied largely by non-
resiilelnt, who, unless thoy. fe,.l dis-
posedl to' colltribllte and by the town
Sotu being iniorl oiated, will escape
I Jie expeou.e of rebuilding that walk
ald this will impo-e an extra heay
expense upon tlie few reaiden-t own-
ers of the property. surely, a person
1ivilig twteinty nille.s awaiy from b:.

nilie'w is ialily qlualilii l to pa.s
idglientt upon ithe life or industrial
cliaraLctel of its Ipeople.-ED.]
Let un lit'as lium the other report-
e:is on the Day, that we may know
what i. going vni in thiB BAy cuntryiy
Siiislay behoiol was vell attended,
1 Ii Ii' .
'ililsgs are ruling at the Noith
Biay Lumber Compv uy'a mill. -

0. .-i:i of Ct"ee-:lt Hi-ead.
'!'l o'-i In )t" tIhe -Vieinese bread
*.j:'.l. i;ke i recent. which Is found
ain .:'.. I:,'..'. *i the "c.rlt-inent. dates
nc.i; tl tiLe t'.:e W1l .I the Austrian
'a-'i:-'l wa bolug lesizeged by the
Tiis Iu:nider 'the terrible Girdnd Vztier
htilA Mlu-'itaphai. and as they faihid to
'uke.the city by aissiult they deqldcd
Lo i'l; an pa:issge under the walls an.l
so penetrate huo the to-'n. In the day-
time ithe, noise of .the s. uPsLDt of he'"lunmieltng iuaudile, andt
.it anghtttpe jtbo defenders of' the
r'naree- wre ahslep, aill but the .entrielA
and the linkers. It was the baker
wba1. as they bakel the bread for the
garrison, herid the Iick;x9cs of the
minerq coming nearer and uearer and
gave the alarm. In the fighting the
Bakers' association took their share
wib th uthnost brn'-oev., and ns a re-
ward for their sirvice the emperor
gave them tpermin ssIon to make a spa-
eial'dake shapdl like the Turkish cres-
cent.-Londonl ketch.

Once* a Neat of PIrates.
I.undy, In the llrlstol channel, is an
Island where one mnny see an earth-
quakle at any time. There Is nothing
alariblng about these "earthquakes,"
however. They are silnply certain cu-
rious crevaisss In the west of the is-
land, wbhih the local people call by
that name. Luundy in former centuries
was a notorious nest o0 pirates, In
King Henry IIl.'s time William de
Marisco. a traitor to the king, built a
castle there and set up as an early
Captain Kidd. And so it went on
through the centuries until In the mid-
dle of the-eighteenth Thomas Benson.
a Barnstable merchant, who was then
lessee of. the Island. was convicted of
piraey ard ssiuiggiing and expelled..
He had .a contract for carrying con-
victs to thI American colonies and
used quietly to land. them on Lundy
and use their labor there.

Salt Is like good humor-almost ev-
erything Is better for a pinch of It,
A reliable medicine and one tliat
should always le kept in the borne for
"ilanieditei u.j2 is Chamberilin'ig' Cough
Rrnaedy. Jt .will prevent *the attack, if
Ritually. ^S0 acx?, 1f

Sells. M ..nf (Jha-mbetlain,'s-' o i -
Reomely than of All Others Put i mst. h1
Together. odingp
Mr. Those. George, 1:i merchant ai Mt. ofbie ft e
Elvin, Oniarionsavys: ** have had the In- The Tredding.-
cal agency ror Chambei litin's Cough Rem- church when "ti
cdY eer since it wjis introduced into Can- the Gride shotitu
ada, and I sell *ms much of i' it's I do of own house atf
1ll:ol her Plines I have on rnmyrsteles pil unlueky'te a1_a
,ogefher. Of the sany J4orns sold under .re .
L Moore'i "LIfWe i
gun anlee,.I ha.e not had oiie bottle re- that on the noar
luined'. I cin pers uallyrecomnnenid this marriage, wbhe-
medicine as I have used It myselfeand ron said to tb ,l
given it to my children and plwavs with are you readyli
the beat results. For sale ly all aied-cine lady's confided
-dealers. bounced tq be a'

A eutiCeUed kiant.
"One plan; :t.Jeost has been patent-
ed," said an inventor. -It Ia the Abrus
Orecatorins, alias p.ilernoster pen, nliLa
ivetliher plaut. John Nowiack tiok outL
.hie p.itout. r The e.:t!;.e; pitint is .t;il
*e.lleved bly ru1.i0y persons ta "fo.'etl
rlIe' ealt;ier. .rolli i .V'.> 'k \';Is s.lre it
did so, and hbe put it" ou the market
alott wit'i a.i1 indlientinl: a,,pilraJtu ,.
guaralnteetig it to fl'etell for fbrty.
elltl hbotrs in nad an.e aun td'or little
miles around 'og.. r.'Lu, sino\', ii.
ea'rthquake and de'Wre'i- caui'v 'xploions "ft lire <11nnii. Al:'>
ror poor Nowack! 'lThe experts of the
bureau of agicculture 'took u;i his liat-
ented plant. Th-y 'pro\Cled thlLt he
movements of tho lnvce-.-to t!i r'h.i:
foreteUling rain, to the left fo'-Atel:iJ7
dlrought-wrfe- not '.an-e.1 i"y thei
weather, but by tJ li, it. .nd (Ltey
proved that. thl> pl:iut's fnnionas-doxwu.
ward mioveleiiet., wltM w4asS supposed
to foretell earthqvnake, 'wais tKusId bka
an. i sect thi i' tuacturIe1 tile sut..
causing the, leif--.aturally,, .to,t.l::ap.
That is the only patented phLint 1.
know of, and I'owack opst money on
it." I -
Buying Birti to Free Them.
Birds are ufteu purchased in the bird
munrket at Lucknow., ndinl. lu order to
bo set free agnlin.. Tb'- Is done by IItn-
doos as a work of merit and by Mn-
hamunedans after certain rites have
been pL-rforhied as an atonemept, In
Invitation of the Jewish. scappgont. It.
Is essential that a bird used for 'this
purpo.,e should be strong enough to fly
; but that does not Induce the
criel de:;ilers to feed t1le birds.,or to
iTfrai'in from dislocating tbeir' wings or
bre:iktin their legs. They put down
ovelythiag to" good or bad luck. and
ifnve tihe customer to choose a strong
lird. if lho can lind one, and to go away'
i hlie cannot. Tihe merit obt-aied by
Qettlhi a b~il free Is not- attributed to
Deity. butt Is supposed ro come in a
!;i.rge lUtasure from the bird Itself or'
I'-frn ,it attendant spirit, and hence"
1'irds of good or had ome. nand es-
Ipecially kites land "crows, are in 'much
ileauand and are regularly caught to be
sold for this purpose.

-Hid a'lJ
"A dapirerous.sur
v'olving the removal
ve '- a s l a r g e a s ,
da'uglitee"s hip. 'was'
application of Bckl-
sayi A. C. Stlbkel,.
PLeu'SLI~enlt 881- (i f -th
cured it." Cures cem
ies. 26c. at A. U. H
There Aurei~DHieou.
WA" wmof th
Do you know that
globe hold tbnrtmoder
of gold IW hso] 1"n1..
possible to ex ke t 1t
fiorp h q
'Planlet gcplrl m Ld
of tli ntle 4-1o1
'ago thle'Su t 6b!
Maline tousid

lhe snohof' iO' I h ble ha

cI it r: I [q tI w 1;-,'! i r

peimtnue It tsc

I'Celiaglven t o j1%,.i a

wa'd that 1.1t iiuwatv

to) m ike a iri,:

111f tot~ :ltfilO l
hAls5. at a %'erv 1 la
4i not Iioss ti'i:j IlM..
The p1c-11!moN 1 w'efu.LIP
OFt gold 'f"T'IheeZW
u11n:1 't!e ro
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Two KtIal of People'.. SUT-"
There are two great promoters.of so- -
clal happiness cheerful people and .
people who have some reticence. The
latter are more secure benefits to soe-
ety than the former. They'are the non-. -
conductors of all the heats and aulm iq-
.Ities around them.
A Meanw In lnnatlon.' EI
Miss linge.ue--Aren't you nearly Twentieth
ready -to go to the ball? Miss Passay--. Shorbiat
iha "n't nadp ,p h, a to go yet.

Ir07 4

C.iii .be y l
t.ikl." an
first In liui
ger.-. It is
Oe"ttftet the
tame. "n
We are told
I11 starred
depart, By-
is Milbanke.
e, which the
idant pro-

, al. 1
( 'ooaraiiur, oin-
I': malignant ul-
htnd, fr6m my
revented by the
xlietus, w. Va
i'V coimpt-ttely
a W it.i injury.
ip's sttire.


waters 4tour
flh.111jorm of tons.
that 14r, it werp
'1.--cecous nieta]

thou lIm years
the' :,codst of
Vl~ee't of thr-.

rlkkle reooa-led.
kw, ta f~ r-.owy
*ot' Ini'.53'11!(q'
LDaro(.n hr uuq'i

hi i

dAoa!w im xo

T. 'the re


"4* .*"

1UMB, anlbials?", asked eterinarlian,
receztlyt 'Oa t tlhe other d1- I -was eth L
called upou to perform the a'yipg.ainL, lhe Ie. .L
hilmost Impossittle task' of killing an old
Vorse In this way. ,....
S he horse, It seems, had been the
pe ~f a wealthy woman whi left pro
y isr for hhn .In her will ianrj deerld *
that" ever the family to whose care
cue Intrusted him should deem It ,ec.s- .' "Cw
.vitLi' chloroform, so th.t lie.i mlirt le "
issurid a painless doe.tl. Ihta Ihe ^ "
oirse bcama'e blind Uial other wise dis- .I
.Abled. and thie lCauri decided that C
,.ea:li would be a tni:rcy.
"Of eonrse the proiS.lon of til-e *, '"lli
":ad to be earriod out. but no greater
'ase of pilstakeu kiindne's s.coauld have
lbeae po10lblhc. It ik ilillo: '.ble to ad-
inisnroer staffclent -clilorof'ormn at one
.ime to kill nn animal the size of a COMMERCE AVE. 1
hioreo, o tl)-e :Nfter dose bad to be '
giveii, 1. 0 por brute slowly and pain-
f'ul:vy moF,-'ring to death. li
"C:;.!0r)orm is'a.l rli',t for cats or 1iPfl[. IUIIli
dogs. but for larger animals it is a posit U. UfU IlUUlUII
tive cruoelv. whlieLroa a pistol, well
.timed at the hIlea of *n-y beast, will
Send it out'of life so quickly that it las I H a.le I
not 'time to fr-il the shot or realize .
what has liappened."-Newv York tress. PRESCRIPTI1]


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pn ier sexeea.
A man was buying a camping.outit.
i'he dealer, as he packed the camp
:.t ve..faid:.
"Aud I shAll add a tinder box as
"A tinder bi)x!" exclaimed the camp..
or. "Of course not. I am after camp
Ibings. nut curios."
"**'an.pers, explorers and big game
buuters, nevertheless,, often include a
tinder box-n aoug tlielr luggage,-" said
the dealer. "A tinder box is' cumber-
some. troublesome, old fashioned, that
cau't be denied, but it is reliable. In a
damp ellmate, in a flood, where matches
may go back on you, a-tinder box will
never fall.
"There Is a regular trade in tinder
boxes, and there Is a town in England,
the town of Brandon, that devotes It-
self wholly to the manufacture of'guna
flints and tinder box flints. These an-
tique devicess are sold in the most rural
parts of Spain and Italy, and. as I said
lef&re, explorers, -campers and big
game hunters often include them in
.their outfits."
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no Quack' N0'tdrums.-

J, J. KESTER, MV, D. D,+ist.


n et pril 14, 1901 p ~
V RLEANS aA~trif) MOI~LE'.''." '

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No NeW Qiuns, "8:fl0lpmin RO6.'


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11:05 p.m. 12:35v. m. Leave .. Pneaaoula .
6:15 a.m. 6-30 Arrive Mon&romeaj
11:59 9... Birmingham
2:30 t:50 a m Louisville -"
7:20 lI,. Cincinnati
7:20 p.m 1'30 p.m .'St. EmIts
No. 2: NO 0
Daily. Dauny.
11:55p.m. 00 a m. Lv Pdnsacola.
12:15 u't l', Bohemia.
12:20 .' Ynieotra.
12:23 7:18 "' Escamibia.
12:35 1:25 Mulat
12:39 '" 7:28 Harp .
12-50 7:.?3 Gall City
12:58 7:39 Miltou -
1:30 a. m .... Good Ranlge
I 155 3:15 Holt.
2:20 8:30 -.Milli 'an
2;33 1 8:3 *' Crestview
3:00 '* 8:56 Deer Land
3:23 9:10 Mssy Head
4:01 9:35 DeFuniak SprinLr
4-18 9:44 Argyle
4:4 "' 9:57 Ponce de Leon
5:00 10:10 We.etville
5:08 lu:15 Caryville
5:33 10:30 Boniav
(6:00 10(:47 Chki"loy
6:'2 11:07 ;oittondale
7:00 11:25 M1arianna
7:40 1145 "' Cypress
7:50 11.42 Grand IUdge
7:58 12:02n'n Sneads
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'IeW~?tlnOinuer ih't' -our
xF~ U~~iX~t.11111 V.~ 16ohlq litle floci

t ~"~- 1In-b huailre-tis of mjill!
t;~.e TUq they AUA~Y COntInIU0
Vttiir after Rptew au d worlds tvlU


it)Uhaun't a regua.V~ lh oventl l
bewolamv ry Oar, you're 1iilqrwtil bo. kee
v*isaidn4 well. Force In theatua
pytqdr pill poison, Id angerotus.
esiothrn. ~al on pefet wQof kecj


PHI aut6 Palatable poumut,-~aste- Good,
Ner Slcken- Weakena or Gr p;l~)
V*',~ AdAss
~1. ~ 4~Ii~t lk~lq. Cicg 1 e
BR Eft fI Chwor m

.. ACIocL'ItuI by Man owner.
be, -He wa a-finu0 old man who had been
Ontg to Sourth America.' but who wts de
lets, voting .his old ge to acting as the,
sun works of lthe clork iu the pitnza hin
k of t'nprl. It was e ho 1-ng :hose r.nny
Mu us 'uuny bells we heard nnd puzzled over.
0lon1. .5 nie forty rnp:d., high pitchvL bella ati
ys. L.2:12. seve bells of .deper tone at
boutr :06, rnl so on.
Adelaide lh:i-l aske41 ArchangMio, the
)Ild '-in'a:z s t')mi to exo.p;iin iheo seelinu:g
S r--Ll-.t:iit's anid hai I le:i.-neil tb-it tl:he
1 *'I '-.ere only. InTon-loId to appr7. !-
nnto tie tIho 'nr; lthit lhi; father was old
inil occuslo'nal!y forgor at a rang tOo
oeth i;tle or to:) much: also that lie wai
yor hilt a mnai n"d that hunger soineetles
The i:c oe g'uawing at his vitals ut. say.,
S L1:45., wioererpon lie rang for 12 o'clock
:n1. waunderej home to his spag-liettl.
Hils appetite also accounted for occn-
slonal delays in the bell for 1 o'clock.
Suppose Archangelo's mother was late
In the cooklug of the midday meal.
could bis father return to the piazza
without his luncheon? And what does
a quarter of an hour matter after all?
In Capri it Is trily7 dlce far niente.-

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P~~awr M. @ in~pn

.- Anta Kill a Rattler.
A hunter tells an Interesting story
of the way In which a colony of red
ants put to death a rattlesnake which
dared to disturb their abode. He was
out hunting when he saw the rattler
and started to put a load of shot ilto
the reptile when he'noticed that It wa&s
headed straight for an ant hill of un-
usual size and waited to watch the
proceedings. It had hardly got half-
way across the mound when a big red
ant ftstened to the attack and sank
his nippers Into the snake's body. In
less than two minutes bhe was Joined
by the whole colony, iblch practically
covered the whole body of the rattler.,
eneu one sinking Its sclssaor-like blades
int6 the intrudt-r'a body.. The snake
bIe:.,- to thrash and squirm, but the
ants held on like bulldogs. 'Tlie rat-
l..e~r' fry gTr'w iso grea.it tlt? lie sank
is f.ltt.a- Jslto hi. own' body. then
-,l.A'tei- ed out a after a few more
L-oi'vutsle efforts to goi "away and was
J'a. la less thnu tent miateg after the
r..i iit hlial rdnniTit.rI hiM Iid'-KA'ln-.

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pa -'


In sp:teof the iiulu'i-Atint lIa~ce givt~a
to the.- obe as ;Mas1:11-210;' hilba-.iute;.'
fbere Is but little Co be leminepd tran It
tu estlinatlng the vseau-"e of am liniate
bond between (thewi~nd aMW flt'efea-
tures. Moot 0of the a:ej)Ifl3
which have tocen reniauk'l u;l, joartorh
be of 't nzdieo I order, (put %- by a 7o:WL
nose I1rA fb'c-anle :iAsoclatod w ilili x
warlike at nil alum h(-oriasg ilhtposoirira
bow a long ana tl aui atos Ijuama' Iwiilrt
with bU-,1UCsVZ-; p;uIlewucIs ul-JL' .vl I'
C.1nt' -a,RE. If.A' we Otit .O- 4e ~~a
whIch take plaice idi at uinr~ diii- !m5 'WtA
llfetine of Its pos~es.4a. tlls-t(rv F; star'
ly a iiasauh petu'.i. lIty of t:!tll tu,)tr.t.1
phYSaogniouirst n~fich at th. '-ta;.' r
19 CA)RfflOjJOi'.t.11%.NO l'ir:-. V- Ti~xtic-,-
of It in (-,.S W-iy J1 C'
'thnt sbep aemcp, ?'!n'.ey of 1irs' til
nillitauiy 1,11f '~u. tlt 'liii O111 :tm t,~
mose 'eaaizbe IouiilA itfuiI161 h r N
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." '1*. T-~m It Saider.
,,ellere I I tbe ex-"
"- ~t :-'.:. !ul creature whict
;*^ [ gae IR eallod
t, t'r'" s'er. I entomologists
kilow v ct'i!:j of Ibis queer beast nand
d.ecldatx tha it ofunl eXjR% lin the fancy
ef thn rMl:ier.titlous persons and those
whoRan enrosity or business makes it
Eecosstry for them to explore old ru-
ins. tor,,hs. catacombs, etc. According
to tle .popular' account, the tomb spi-
der is 6tfk pre white color, has Wings
ltkl thosn.0f bat, a dozen horrid
bk d legs lnud a body three or four
S" ties the. size of that of the largest
tropiea American tarantula. The ac-
p *oftatf ts'a queer hifeet an1T hl lout
of the way places of abode are by no
means common, and on, that account
t0e Informatloh eoncerning him which
we wUll be able to give is ver? meager.
AMy Italian will teh you that. such a
-' .'Gmratu extu, -.however, and thdt be is
jlnauloatlly met with in old mines and
-w4pM .ai well as is tombs and mosub-
terranean ruins.

64" q'ii )atowe Clthem.
9ol0m1th was ludicrously fond of
sbpwy' lotheer When he sought to
take orders In 'Ireland he tried to daz-
e is ,I w by_ a :rlir it : rlet
Shil wea "rrd;-hkwh bin.

'fisib lvtvo 7princpal poem be
srcttet gthcoat and ft physician's
wiV. He carried a gold headed cane,
and a'sword hung by Whs side, a ieap-
on so disproportioned to his diminutive
-. tature, that a coseom!) who passed
him In. the strand called out to his
companion to "look at that fly with a
long pin stuck through it."-Sartorlal
it Jo-rnal.

r 6eatB by Bollift. *.
In old Engand, before the law was
passed which prohibited "cruel apd un-
usual forms of punishment," murder.
era were often condemned to death by
boiling. In such cases the viIctms
were thained in large kettles of cold
water, which wns gradually heated
until it caused tlhe flesh .t terup from
the bones. The last English victim of
tle "'Lailing death" was one Rouse, a
,i oln. who. It w.t3 alleged, had killed
teteu.t:eu persons.


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SBhliowing jil the lanr.d disfposeo of by
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1.-rom the Apodtypha. |
It Is impo s elle to exaggerate the
!tInru.-ise Indebt.-:lne.ss of Englafb po-.
e:ry arnd Italian poetry to the Apoerv"
pitn. Tle heautiful I;ns of Young ID
his "Night Tiouhts" -
But their hearts. wounded, like the
wou:n.ied air,
Soon clo";.: v hc re, passed the shaft no1
trtnce Is found-
are evidentfT to h1 -traced to the verse
n thej "Book o'f Wl.-loI." "s when
m 1- arrow is -hAit at a mark it parteth
the air, that imueulately -cometh to-
e;hier agaa., so itnt a h'mi can.boi
unov where It went throuhli." The rpa
irou' "IIymn or Pr-i'so" inu MIllt,'.
',r::!lle"'. I, .-clearly mlodeleda'nfter
tll'e .--Phed!eite," or the Soun? of the
Thbr (C'lildrun." in the Apocrylia., as
In Ibi llI:e.s:
-ills praise. ye winds, that from four quaT.
i is b'oA,
Breo'hn roft or loud, and wave ye tops
ye p'nTea ,- ""
With" t\-i-r) plant, In sign of worship.
; a"\e. .
It'"i also to the Aipocrypha as to the
book of Proverbs we owe inaiy Max-
Ims which have becomuo household
words lu our lmilnsiaule arud in tihe lan-
gua0e s of all ctl,'Ilzed natiijas.
a -.-
S W'c e tice.

alTi"' hna' ildu an.l which ivn mnue-

'tine. onry s' .hly d!ffei'lugfifi rvch
other in.et:-r.uolo-y as in kind. 'The
oppreu.ice-:-rout the French "r:'-.-'
dre," to ]on-r.-was unuilly boin:! for
a terni of years to hii m ister, wb. un-
,dertook t ) i;auit-.lnanul instruct hl'l.
The- donuc:1c SelT\'iiat. called a eouiai)
by hv'w-froim belug *ntra to.la,"
wlth;n il;s.--- f:s a r .l b:)u:l.nA
only in a ey nr. Nctie : i:n;.:>d a y
rep:';;.... 'Inlccd es ia the c':. of
PtL \Vhittiur'',n. th- London ap.v.u
twice was very often the youlgr soi'
of a coUtr.-..gentilemaU. Pl'rhZfi thb
law made later on anl'existiu'; h:-,,
the seventeenoh century. uuder ..whicl.
all yo.uug meltn and womeu were corn
pellable by',-the justices t) be appren
ticd lu sime way., may have prdue.edl
a dslike to npprentlcesh'p. Londor,

Don't link Your Eyes. /
If ever you find yourself getting Into
the habit of blinking your eyes rapidly
without any pause stamp the IndcMua-
tion out at once. An authority says
that this habit will make your- eye-
sight fail long before it should. Nat-
ural blinking is essential to clear and
moisten the eyes, and the average num-
ber #of natural blinks per minute is
about twenty. These are necessary,
and you do them unconsciously. But a
nervous tinkerr" will get In some-
thing like a couple of hundred In h
minute In bad cases, and the result of,
thbi Is a big development of the eye-
lid muscles and "a Counter irritation
that acts on the optic nerve and ren-
ders the sight daily more'weak and Ir-
ritabfo f'Tlie.cure conslatsjn keeping
the eyes shut for at least fea minutes
In every hour. thus resting them, and
bathing the lids in warm water.
lf1 & F6 Lgi rr.
"If you should have your choice
whether to (Ue In the Empire State or
In good old New Jersey. don't fail to
select Jersey." re-marked a IIoboke4
lawyer the other"day. "Over there,"
said he, "'we still do business on- llne'
laid out by the common law. For ex-
ample, under the laws of New Jersey
a husband is entitled to all the per-
sonal property left by .his deceased
wife. Across the river t;i case is
quite different, because under-the laws
of the state of New Yorl: half of a de-
ceased wife's personal estate goes to
her children and the residue-reverts to
her husband. -Only where therd are no
children Is-the.hubby the whole thing."
-N-w York Pre 0


Oct. 8 "f190.
Notice is h bereby given that Clarissa
A. Wood of Noles, Florida has filed no-
tice of her intention to make finil fivy,
iear proof in .support her claim, viz:
Hom slood Eiitrv No. 3i1{13{ made Oit.
14. 1904, for the i w..t of section 4, tdwn-
thin Is, r. 14w. and that -ai'i roof will
lie made before the co. nty judge at Ver-
uon, Fla. on Nov. 20. 191i6.
0 Sho names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
M W W idener and L. H. Fackier of
Greenb-ead Fa., J 1) MsDonald aindW. H
'Wood of ioles, Fla
W. G. RoasNsoN, Register.
prEditnr's fee paid. .

"N N1otice.
Noticedis-hereyv given lhat, we, Fannie
'" D*kel, aes gu oudian ofj Ancs* t: ",kea


Thiey Hrave nni cs .'ith t7eason nand
Names Witoimit flea'-o..
Mauliatini isl-laJ udhai displayed very
little system iu uLmiuing its street.
They Lhave names with reft-oun 'and!
without reiais)u. nul in most cnsep
where there ha-ve been reasons the
.1aarch of iiujLro\'-"'nu1t and laInpe of
memory have nearly buried them out
of sirht. ,
Grea-t Broadway, the largest com-
mercial thorou'lfa're in the w-orld, ha-
a'K g.) r'ijn for its a-ne, though the
city now has broader ways, but' in the
early dny's of New Amsterdam it wac
the brut:ldest of them ail anu the most.
imUportfnur. lea'i,'g as -it didI t'.;:-o'.U h
the leo:,_th of the Island and into.,tli-,
flr t O ciLItry of I'le north. Th'ben Broa I
s;-.t :t V.''.. (.'; -. lr.)pPe.'jy rs, o ell l tnr
it is roa- er than f1roa-'wny, tjol-.rts
quite fiusigagni1'AUt in lei h. i :,i'eh
frin ef1 e a ewlitt" I-e I te" Tlathiain
who laid it oout.
You miy well wondJer i.vyMcpv'cr
strcct i so (al!il. f!'.-)r thea' is h ) evi-
dethe of tLe l.-:t '- er E'::e1,. ', s Lli''. v'
whl:ts it waA nami 'led. It wais iice 'll.
a .bavr'er.path ,ab .Lug to a w, Up npti
cov\reid by E. c.nge lacec. AM.l1 E-"
htn'te place s'M, t .' s npt'ru.Je r
on the brink .oT. that swepp- 'thp ea1'3y
V.ettiePs [et- k 6 or..k uId fler iLL1& -

thc-r north. The wall erected for l,:' o-v.t3
tectini i .n..n lw the. P -::r-h. ,' i- fea:i oa
* ed a 'o:-y v of N,,v IEgnlgnlers. loi. 'oa
ago di mi1ie ,1rel. i,.,t lt e n une t'e1yWs a
na-t l'y t .:>k i.. i t he street, ,ot oto 'i
dIe .cu 'r i. t:-r P ~ n -ri. -/ 1 1
Again, fart(ter n-r-tb., we dynt'o rea- - g. l
sou rorNaideu I:in.. The mn9.itIsh w,,o "-
ttni,,e the 1i'li OL their jeurflvy bic; h _a '.
ami forth with l. .iiidrvy ..-f--ia the b
Sstu-fin't!.t &owed there.-Gold steer oeea
niA, i-s have kna -O een forgotteu, ow
but th ]ir..neOit.e 1 have been preserv- na i
,il ii the untme of the street. And Gold 0-'
street? There never was gold there, huhlie
but the street did run along the foot of shouM
an elevation khown as '13oleltn 1 ill" h;nm pa,
because of the profusion of yellow wild light he 'e
flav:.crs-that crowned it iL tihespring hin to
Then there is Bowling Green. These ne St t
1-i nothing present to Cuge4t the n;u;ne, and that-
but thb'r, was a little more than 200 tht she
years n wph. when IIans and Fritz played eris Cnrede
bowls thcre aoil called it "Bowling going a 1;tf
Greenn" ('lose by is Battery place. Blaker's
wiih no indication of a battery or thir- Dave into
ty-two pounderst excepting the open- Old Joh
ings yet uemaiuing in hbe Aquarium. had filled
Go on up to Canal street, and you will ou.-.y at 1i
find no **anal other thi an huge sower Rh,:,,la n
under the street paving that marks a 1.r-nth
wh-',re once was a canal tbht drained \I.te Nove!
Co':llect pond, on-the stte of the Tombs, e:L only" a
tuorugh a treacherous swampr into te t la
North river. wLu i-ug
There was a- bit of poetry aind senti- war,-'i h9
meant in the old names and their a-so- one friend
ciatious. Soon these were mostly drop- Iuitld csi
ped, a little sentiment ,beins pr:,ucerved "Job," ..
In streets uannel1 afteFindividuals. suqi- "Job, did ya
gested 'by IHudson. Astor, Roosevelt. Thee n
Clark, Franklin, Fulton, Clinton, Coop- t6rned'.esol
e.r and so .on. Though "Moore" might '-had lighted
be mistaken for a person's name, it reacting *i
was originally Moor, then a mooring souls r"'.i
pi ee. burly e.
Then came thbo entirely prosaic age, doorway.
wheu strvels were numbered and lot- Rhoda s'e
'tered. Jieghlning in an arbitrary fash- her eyes ee
ion. First street is not first any place, tograph ban
excepting the .rst north of Hou- on uppe PI to a
street, bliug a mile and a half from the te. o hler,
Battery, where It might have been and sie?-w
with some reason. So with First 9re- now ar' a
nue and Avenue A.-New York Heraldl. was qhe on
him. TThep
Advanuanges of Short Sigfat. tlI'ders. be
An Austrian r-ientist is inclined to' band creepy
think that short sihielIness is not anu "Drop th
.ulmixed evil. Het doubts if si:ho:)l of the me.
work eiai-us ;t. With the aid of a large when I 1te
'st-ff of ,enthubi.stlc medical helper-i. See?"
the eyes of more than 15,1.O0 schi.)l It wIs h
children v.-ere exa:uined, and a great who spoke
W,'Lss of inil:'iuatlon was >Toilectedl anl side.
st.Hped. The pLoreesor finds that "Now yo
among (the mo;t extreme ciaes of short dnmfo,'rdW '
- sight hand workers greatly outnumber selling as -8
the eye v'orl-:i:-s. The minujiity ei thes- "that there'
ca os deci:ru',d Itat their defe,:-live a trdee-oi t
.light li.ul existed from birth or as long have to tdA
as they could renmeiber. He declares old guiy IA
that il;s iun.-cstigations prove that throw the
school work never produces extreme ered bis rd
h-r-ut .igh!te.l:ie-.s., but only a slight "That'il gi
Layopia., which, far from being a dis- .and get a
advuranig?, may even be regarded as a I'.s an
benaeit. For. be says, persbuns wiOh nor- "Now
wnal sight, although they can see dis-' TIora
t-ut ob.; :-tAs quitee clearly, cannot, read ,'&
or writb wvitihout the aid of glasses yofird
when 'they rnach the age of fifty, aII
-f hereas the .-lightly short sighted in. eu
lividuil can 'always read and write .
.lulte c;:Lfioriaby and requir'es'glasses cle -
>!ily for distant -objects, a much hapj last
pier state of things: m
"Corfus-Httr e

Co-rfu i4s one of those -Greelk isla 4
1 wh .i ,. lii,..ftbe .s!e of MIi ", f f

SThe] i

By Alice (


The nights
haU been DC'
turn old t
half- an eye--
rected toward
in for the
Taxing his
Job surmise
her father.-
erippled 2
to tick off
-matter of.
filial bones,.-
ery that t
was u"D'o
niMg ma
ca liber--i
fal ino

that a man

Qoggoned crit-
.-= i fully deposlt-
b.cr IKhoda's pink
-- e, every ;nch of
"ttom forfy years
-~bbtli 'either In some
t& told me ,that I'm
,. ddy' o<,hls; some
.r world of and would
A' -,

the vice president's
th'e memory of a
S'-Rhoda felt that.her
S : a-. daughter-in-law
AWantonly thrust upon
:.since tDave confessed
that t'he act might bind ,
-eeO-'s life In dead ear-,
Egilrl with a copscierrce,
l.g nientor represented
-/not to -wreck her lov-
Oref?.re Rhoda was dig-
t'rnave that night at
anod.'trying to shovel big

b.fs wordless sympathy
hr~coal stove so solicit-
1o u and again at 1 that
rven to the open door for
)q keen mountain air of
*The"black night show-
g sickly stars above the
d' Job paly's. lantern
1g' the' w ding path to-
%' shanty,". Suddenly this
,trinkle aid the darkness
piys an went out.
Deod: Rt da concergedly.

'no an ier, and the girl
Ty ,. tin-the office. She
noth lantern and was
rap when unnsual-
r -wheet qu ikly. Five
'l1ing men blocKed the
d-..across to the table,
Er ff'e old fashioned pbo-
;g .tve it as one-nciirht
,fucLx It was the llke-
theri whom she idolized,
-taklug counsel of bhiu
thanking. God thaf It
t that nighft Instend of
e coolly fared the in-
ek to the table nn-l one
ut stealthily behlndI-)er.
Curse you!" snarled one
You'll filger.that ticker
ou to and 'iot' before.

list villain of them all
Rhoda's ann fell at ter.

-wire the old man at
fellow comnlumainie l,'v-
g barrel at her head,
Work or a tree-make it
rack, and the c--i'r?ss '11
e siding. Tell 'cmri the
t ai,,i they'll have to
'ithhemelves.I He low-
JOa lking to the ot!hers-.
i.t'me to fix the engiud.-er
- ,-
,s u.xied.
yourself, g:.!., Th!s man,
an Bt, t th dot and
ioQt canI't" fo -I us. naad
'rig-ri.-"pelr or it'll lbe
.'-' A mntalilc click

go6wly about thle cir-
t~(r faces. Coming
-. T, b.e sawvt'at LleC
',f.teleigently fo n

-MMI -W.--truty.



aden Derby

by Ruby Douglas
at Bleaker's.Lfft
Job Daly, the tacl-
her, saw that with
fwas all he e'er di-
sex-when he came
uttle that evening.
nation for a cause,
Rhoda wept because
id up again with his
memento of the.last
e had defied In order
ing to others. As a
Girl's tears were not
rtalned to the.discov-
bg engineer of No. T
entt-of-the-brow run-
'hap of very different
i son of the first vice
'peffchant for practi-
ince.rinag his father's

'1' wW .; I oi at':''h ti l"5 if6

-;to bhe l il por ake a SuLCI.: -

---zI: L'.:''-tiev-liel me. lot"-

R-a -at z't2 C P' .I'',n s 'fn

Is '- 'A I plwlu'. u-,t'' ~ie '-l!a- t

m~aNo. .. unt E t-ft-Gl

]:."!c; ."

Jr'.i-%"vnu L::or7: thittlite Awnaa my old-

S ,', -lli [., a . -- . .

i1, 1v n l ;s"t-1I 'S l. IliNV
S.t li ,: ', -i' ", h:. 'l'. ':, ', h. '. 1

t-:1 u t-I ,.. a L: lg i'.l::1t of.,. : :- "
','.: '1 Vrct 'i i] ,' : ,,n ", 'i .. .
I .-':-.,.i ;itle l l '.i l, il" 'd Lln I: :C .
* ',*.;'o". 'i'2. ',>*!; n . i'i(1

in in':hoi.,lu o of ',l'.: ly \.>::. : : t i -.. "1

a t :io .t I at i lla tiV ilay ;;t n.I i.:):.'. "
:;s -' ut't e s.ig. -self i-;i a: ,.I *.
pa-,i.. ;i' g. or seventy yi.'.ar i or l
w,-,k".ow e'.;' oi:,:'t ; r, w' .i st .. .H o .n ,

ml : ch the n 'iCre ri.'. iy f :r t";t ':> '. '-
tp.'icri e, for e we"nL'y .e. ,ir. r .. -re.
, .--.py growinci in (ti- (crinl-iehis. n.s i.
it \veloe for-'seen iAL.it C -.. "1t:er
is hunger to be fLe there in-'t :'- i).
panu to be sootbh-3; th,'w u 't 'a few
1pecifces whieb our art d:( ,.-cor.
.init is hardly Leeded to ;' : thi-O'
out wine, V bich is a t, .)i l :L.'- fth
.-ap 's v-hkich ipruoj:ce tL- ;:. i-le'
:naestheia, anid 1 trmily I.'..i--ve ih:.
if the whole materTa mec..,-a :.; nou
used could be sunk to the ,j.Ktom o
[ho sea it woulJ Ile nil t'.e ;,.-.tr to
m aulind it n, all the \w',-'.-'- fur tt
The shortest systera of" uio...:,_.l p:- '
twice that I kno'.: orf i.4 i'le ohie.-t. b.'
not the worst. It is oJ.-eir LthO n. i:,'
pocrates, oldcr tL:nu ( II--. i tl:e ('e.I
t:tur. Nature t::-..!t it .to the 1,.-'l
Luotber when s.-'h. ;', w l l hii'st',.''h'
child purtin: some. t:'ly pv','oae or lii:Iu
beAry Into its mouth. I i:now not ih
what language it was spoken. lbnt I
know thl., in lni .l:sh it would ,:,;:.'
thu.u: "' piit it c;.it!"'

S 'en 1,Aum .'1r;lte tAbroad.
In vw riti.ng tI ',.i -'<, Ir, 1:y. ; >a -t.
"master Io':,ntf] out t le othr-r (;:;'. tin
address s'..: ..1 L' -Lp .-iv' L. r;.- thEl.
printed c3a) r., ... c.' ;':'-::.. I:m i: .
and Engl;hil anr' :ali.e, :jut of tie \:-.::
ten ones this is nl t tr. T '* "'..!,
letter T, tor, in ;:::; c ,. r. v...:r.n iI
Fra.te ann Il:ily like (C. Ih. rop
sti ke Is un ie .'.- it! ',s. ';:'T 'L.
-dowuward .troS:a cur ..vs to t'! "l'rh:
..l. a ead M.ii- ., ", A- l. C .eu

n:;,e iat.Ve oUjecEt w i
.. .'i:o. T'e routedd compa.-,
Sf t' .? soiuder was gone and
_.mve: .! si,,hinn of the pine trees
U.,; .e-.- J a iuo.stly requiem foi
..r,;' n u .,i>.v hours, she thought, there
: a :,..m.,\e's sharp cry, wal-iui'
I; ; in, 'I e too.e.-,; thinL' e ileai'e
.1" tinl.d.'r of a train. She he-ar'
.'-e .-.oes priwl upon he wheel:
*;.-thu-_ o'.!ivloa enfolded her, unpeue
.! ;. Lhe hulbub of shouts anI
-..1 i;-h follov,'ed.
tWat slhe kunew ieat was that Pnvp
.t ov--r h!r. press;xat-. her ddrnoOin
,.1 a .', inst thi hbreat of his soty
o t. 'ille :'loom was full of 11i.eu
o:e .' then biorad and g-i-gged.
Si..u.rCr :h! -e Itter .w s Job. for olne.
nuo'e .-'ent thi.n even he enjouye(
l':.-. 1 i, poke uno word whleuJ sou.-
,me locx;tel him.
A st:tiely ol gonftlea.ni:n emerge
'-on1 I1e- bc'r'rtund anld. cro 'sln
,--,:. t-witc'hed tle e-.i'iep"r's sleeve
he youy nin lifted his eyes, a ter
:.o. ado-in. light still filliiu themr.
"'P' h-r!" lie e:claiimraed. "Whabt 1'
b.: unite of a'l"-
Tilh: cli gentleiwnn smiled qu(izlefa.llr
S'"I l-., a f'.ncy" t) see how y:v-y rat
"n cu -?. ve, -annd I got ri1chr lut'
it. ',V, bo.y?"
.'-t l't ufmaeut a comMotlou. aros'c

1111 r'7-


This .- tle latest -*_I0( Inont Coispl *et
S-land ow for working planna-in the'gardeh. I '
s sl sseli-Iuljsiutale; the weight the block to "
S vl'hich the blade is attached keepl fit r the '.
g)oto arid, aid i-he depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the bandles..A boy or'. girl of' ten
y,,l can handle it with perfect ease.. It ha a' "
24-inch steol wheel, the height of which make )
t lie plow lJght, of draft. It has five blades; Is 1 8
a ur iing mold,.2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
iiint e, 4 a bull-tongue, 5'a rake. Wrench
vish -each plow. II
We have made arrangements by
which -e can furnish this plow -at
the aetory price, $3.75, with


"' -

reighi toSt. And ews Bai about one doll-ar making he plo',. del-yr v .yd
$ .5.0. B1 t ti- 'Br'o pioit.ses 1to do b otter than tbie andill send t oi no
e varI- tii h one ohee plows oomplet at the factory for 61
purc.iua :r to pa 'ri-iht .
The plo'v m1;i \'-1 seen in operation'at the editor'sresidence at spi;y IK< ?t
Order from ,i' r-o i.- IBr' 11 L .

The Irish Fairies.
Fair~ies still pithy a
tho life iijl Al -ef of the Irish
It Is ucl~Y to spill Wilk, .1 Ser-;
sured beu- itu-e~a V. hen q~lf
(Iro~wped a jtigrul. "'rbcun little!
u-1be pieasa'J with Eli' sur
lav'lu' librn," shlo Ldded. Itm
-auesc-:-vant, txsays 1-t
Gr-nnd Ma-.azizie, who said tt
-:oc i'3:Lk %..-e 'e:y Ca~intvy
l~~ u-) wo~t-id n t cI, lp

!aLiqLdJ 'ismade bsbyuteat peopl the moaln ia
ourgrandfachers. Firet-rate whtakey s sol at a 5.00 to o
per gallon, but It's not any better than -aper'eII Year Old.
must eea or e wili buy it ,back. We have a papittt of $600,000, "N.
and the Peoples' National Bank and the Piemont Bavings Da
of Ihiscity will tellyounour word Iagood. To intrduce tis old,
hounst 'hiakey, we offer four Full Quarta or a .per'a s
Year OId"-ltwo sample bottles, one 16, one 18 year d-a cork-
screw and a drinking glas--all for*19.95. II f6.90t6entw *a
will dodale the above and put in free One Full Quar Fftrar.
We have some of this whlskey.only 7 years old, and will send frae-
gallon kea for 110 or will fucnish twenty full qnart bottle oit re-
ceipt of i11 and give free corkscrews, drinklg glasses anid sam- -'
es, malilngtbliswhiskey cost les than t1.20 per allondelivered.
We ship In plain boses with no marks to ltnieatdocntenti,
Pre pay alEpr Buyers West ofTexaEKans NebruMk
and Daot must add 20 cetsper quarteXUra.
95e Ca"m" Blde,- WIS'eN.S IBMAN.fi M X

* -' I -"
part in ---
people. His Terrible Religious Frenay WtV I-41I -
,ant C3- RiotA.In Murder. -'"
te ouce .The Moro is a savage, a primal miani.
! people a Malaly, which l s a braf?-hb'l( ou off '-.
p ,ye're tie oldest stocks of which we ktro -'
was ti e io is subject wh14n bt. under the 5m..
In the .T'1el~ce'of a self contala. r..a
hat- t4e strangee,' murderouas l\eo,-
in their W.e, a or', witliouC4 b
r 't i -i i

liS r de-fery lieraln cil..-
vi/-,.reite Mithi'a few ofthe ven
K4 iti *It:h couuary A id fir

.h azW f
; Mt.. Wot Frea..Preap(twice-a-week. *
u'- 7 1"inf 'ear Book)... .......... 7
l .Ts.I1,T, U. & (Iitizen, daily for $5 85
do Senmi,weekly,foril 55
Scientific Amerilan' .... 3 5i
Farner an ruit Grower" ... 2 55
S FlOil4a Agriculturist ... 5:
d. oliths ol'5, each" 2. 8 :
FharniJiwvrtr Philat.d'a, nionthly I I''
C01aMimtr lhtqut4rer twico a week -
81iersge pa'ge each issue..... 1 75
A latil'tCbilstit't.ioil ... I 7.
N. Y. Worlid(thribea-wpek).... 1 70
'Tlhe Co- pnopolitan-.......... . .
The Crkierion ................... I 511
For an'y or either [of the above "p"'liti-.
riviius in couileutliotl ith the fIUOY, qad.
dress Mll rders to I BIi BU.OY,
ASt. Andrte. Fla.

For Sale!.
e'.off e for sale a sgrip from the
\ sl th side of the north bali of the
*orthwe.t-iulrter of section .10, town-
shi 4 sutlth, rage 14 west, running
f* m t*ag cboc l house to Watson bay'ou.
..r anniI.g~IWvllIe on the south. Will be
S.sold inK Acre quartr'- or lplfs-arep lots.
*-.-. l I'e a ed- will be' according -to
SWi .W A- iOMMONS ,& qo.
-1"" 5" _, t .

'dn, sut ciW.ay anGU ,a ,- un rue< ..-ga. .IIt --:comers, Chief of tfie [tI I
dar of Novolbifr. 106, tf4.ragiri, t fsl 'u., 'OCuras8 vicli# 4i.. E bie
sell at-privat,.o, pu J sJ- Ir .aIh or .id to hae :etded 'ezl, on the e.-
tn credit, as th6 slid ju-ge murder, all .a o -.ug George .Greece, Eu
tbtho-ight, title ond interest of tlihe Paia o. h I. id "swy from 151
miineor, Janes .M. Dyke- --Alice Dykes.in-1 (lvbic hl dl lay from 1813
Jotwhua 8. ykr jl-d;Wjiqv D-Dits in lie t. .: 1.' h.anepl over the "Seve4n Is
felbuiegA.es4e a 4i.a; teawd t :,.wat: la:t.1'" st1te to.tt muonarch's'keepinlg
Tha-svuthwest qiArter.*pf saelin piglht in To thl~ 1 h.Ql of tha fir6t naynl power inl
tewnsliip, one faorth-iof rmane fourteen :h' -.. \-rhIa-I waters of Corfu have *'
'west, situate.-'.vin~g'a&d ieing in Wash- ,ui.iile int,-reA;t for it was here thiit th,.
mngton Uou-ty, Florid:.' - .. .'o'a, eR fig ht took place, -
FANsri E. Uvx s,. (' ,.t -n the C,:intiliaa a,
J.G. W D v-.s, -. :. Of camu'se victory to
n s fMuirdians afur -aid as now. They ire
L. MCKINNzY, Attdrnel'loi- I'ltilioirer4, "I:" 1':'u *',';'-th-u, as now. They wle
c c:;icrafty I ;o el j, aiJd when the ["Ia'&a
" NOTICE FORWPUBLICATION. ',-:'s w.err' in full '.wing caut'ns!'u
D-EPARrMENTP F THE INTERIOR. v.lijte'1 t) se?. how t he o:'ieiall ..cat
Land Office at Gainesville Fla. "':1 jit'u. Theyi jumped ..w;th the
Sept. 10, 1906. ('-ttr.. T1'e .,p'e of the to-w of C'o6rfii'
Notice is hereby f'iveii that Ts.thel re P'prairicai.y l;;iiugiual, for Itr~iitha-l
Smith widow of Lasomi B. Smith, de- .:j'i.n-t a., t"rr.ui n hol-1 as Greek, but
oCased. of-Westbay, Fia., hdsiled no- -'- !V.-e The Grieek ch*lArtter: tlau
tico orher intention to make. final li v- tIe lon:a3 u -
year proof in support of her claim. viz "
Homestead E,:trv No. 3313"'..mad< No. lMoney and Marblegs' .
12, 1903 for tho nej of section ?*, town- Ouce there was a man who thoUght-
ship 2s, range 16w. and that. said pi-ro.'f ttussaeI -Slag ought to stop workc.- Lie
w'll be made before- the~-lerk .or th' sppl:e to him alu'bui t. WTy get to-
Cilrcuit Coart at Vernan, Fla., oni Oct. ;'heur auy. more .r& '.g. ?
t,90b,.. .. You can't eat'it; you clit, 4xij it.
She names.the following witnesses ti )What good will it4o y -
proveaher continuous residence upotim l play i 'arbl es?" e R -uell
and cultivation of said-l-.nd, viz.:
D. G, Hood of Caryvillo, Fla., L. H. asked. ,. "
Buchanan, sr. ot Ch.ipley. Fla., LaFa.o\ "'Ye, veu i gs'a bo .-
ette McKinney and W. W. Vin soi, of "(-'Jitl't Ceat 'emn. could ypu?
Westbay, Fla. Couldn't driu''"em, could you? No usa
'W G. 6BlRSON, Register, to you, were Lhey? I 'What did you play
I Editor's fee paid. marbles for?"--Eaarperas.

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JiUa brow
.as tbe',ob2.ed
-t roUber may not
hearted woman
ybhor post, *
'ped the message,
-'faseinatedly at the
eltoti it. \Vhun she
1ir 0yes met agt9l, but
bold aJmiration- before
shes sank.
he wires the men filed
mtittered c6ll6quy.
ersElf down, her head
- n'Th-umt, at. the thought of
et be, she drew a bright
A rom the drawer and
Ily. A muffled step and
stood before lier, glanc-
r'nsi\vely, as if to see if
_pou flashed aimlessly.
imprecation the ir.a1
Ytr, h.''tenip:e strilri-:
ioad, which fate. lat lt
SDa.ly, adin -caitt i:;Uo a
vr'rLoonl.' B ',:i.l i1 e.
dL end -he lay write andt
."d-he had fallen.
1r vani a rulltiw;h re-
e thought It was her
"thel ,deck lights of a
..pa 1t and then she knew
t 6f .her 'shot had' not
either men ack. She
r chair, ._idaig -he..ekeJ_

Treat. ihotfh~'m t, outtitl by tfie .dFa.cae
and Italiihn to be addressed- to aMt.
and In the getiernl daiver.ve d*.i ;tu"tw;i;
of the postotliue t would be pl'u;e .ii;
the I lu Sead uft In the T coimpai't:enl
Thus when Mr. Trp:it c:al:l: f-r bl-
.mnail a se.reh of co' u-rtn-'i:t T .v',e. t
re.-egl no' hinq for Lint, u-,l hi .- I:,:.'r.
hidden ar-ong the I's,, wel:'. n -ver Le'
delivered. .

Made tlhe Deor Werik.
Bill W i'ine -y,: I.es hi.t v. t, .-l ave Ii'
strength. DtCring a c:tin iii : tr p i I t i
Malrw. woods Bill wats ::.;;y i 1,? I..(t S
lman in the p-irty. 1-'iu:lly hi- e':as.
parated comrades lo;j hi:n that if h-.
did not kill loiethia,; iheides tinit
they wvoril" p--ck h!i;i oZi ,oLme. T'I'
next mon-:iilr i!l ., O '-ro a r ,o' a.id
went off up the ti:oiau;tau;s. Two hul)rs
later- tk'-e:i ia ca:erp sawv Bill r;uu-
nlih! dpwn again as fast is hI. could
come, arid ctloz- Iehllnd lhi \l'miS a bear.
The men wat,-l-ei the chaje, with lo;ad
ed ri,'jes rea-t'. O(n r'e:haing camp Bill
turunel and sLot the baetr. Vhien the
me3 c-url .-\-; I lautl.:iuiz one of them
taiJ., ".ill. li-t oi earth ipo-sessed
you t-) run t':'it distance with the bear
so close v\bei. you might have killed
hii -,.i t:f," bill nid saved your breath"
Bi;l .:uile] slowly. "'What's the use of
killing a lbeau' In the mountains and
luggiag him in when you can run him
In?" bh asked.-Boston Herald.

.wa i,.~'l' lm."ti ti.e called la a wo-
manwho ha th' naime o', bin' wise,
an' sLo. tolJ iue'"s:ttd th' fairies Wpa
,akit' t!,' child. -
"'An' lwhat'l I1 d(.?' askckl me sis-.

": i-:eatr Lm \wid diit.' Raid th' wom-
:in. ''-r v.'licte-et.r's nyw;ny dirty th'
C.tit':e? 'ul la e ;a''er tl.emu.'
'"Me :'i.:,:- ,!0.o-e Itb.t. : lT th' young
'h:l..l roe)'-e...1, l, o; i fiea they seen
'd' dirt ih' ti.'iriei leIt b:-t Ile."

V'Len Aaunte w.i ilenced.
A. :J,!, v. :* -'v.\ .in .'.' L .';' little
'J.[' :y l.t. 1 -.v;). t. ;.. ; ad n.';rer w ho
'.v is c;al:!,: I -..-i h "-r I.- t'. see'jt!
tile'. 1:? v\;.' : \e. e v b.'l'.iht )iun, ster
iA l A II J .1 !-: i -:. oI t1 a .. iu t;-1 .
..:.'e :,',- :..-. u.'. :lt ,e v:y -Le he ad
. tc- ., ,...--. : .;. i .ef .,:'? l Clc. er ar'-
'i\ed' ;ul :,._ .:P. t u nti"u tLhe tatle-s on
..Ci', s oa p -.::-1 a ctlub'.y finger at,
'L? <.'y:"- ;:.1_ :;!...t. "': y ru l" {
Au.t:,['. ;.' .,J...e- .ca.u ,h; tLe fliirit o'"
.10:e t '.-' ,t:. l .' '-ieJ c:'.l :t ,ac l!.y, -."No.

'. ., : .: -. :.t I :..'- li:tt o ne hei'.
"'*': !Try Gi e.-:," 1r:,li'.l auntie, de
t.'- t ,.-,:e an opfiortunaity to abh.\
'a 'v c 'e lie i w.1'.
Tactn the l;;ie b).,y sidled over'to their
*k*. -'ud. l am, .. atin at hlim, cted, My"
Silence ou the part of auutie--

vrit- thie des~te to kill Ciristlaia'"tt-i-
-' the- faith o' the propit~4 e ''.':
.frthwlth-intd paradise. The Mdia -'. -'
thlp state of'passion-is said to be '.I- .
praaentado". e 4as 4ihei .ta :. "a -4 "'-
tiIgious oath perhaps admL'rthtered, by '.
-'ome fcred "btad4' who d "'luy Uly
malae-lls i)ilgrimange to 3Lectta' I1 h:a -
bound himself up- ,o that Hitesu nWr /
*xci-uclating aTw nles and thre ilg phys- -
, c sufferlag is reduced to a 1Mus
freqzy. Haiugn oce taken 't
tle Moro "Juramelfado" Is to
rlry until at last ib h1irs' Is. slain.-
Thlie Noro isa,Mohammeidasn, bute '
has perverted the Mohammedant -belef
until at times it is a weird, grOtes4qu /
nnd terrible religion. In the heart. of '." :-
the Moro there Is o fear of deqaf.. It -
Is to him but an AIefent of.hglke 4n4 .
his belief, as he bns ftashY4t Is
that he who dies In battle is '"
'Uron sin $e d goes straight t*r t -
or s of he hours in ptrat. -i,
'Moro's idea of government is .
He has never known anything els.. It
you are kind touhim he thinks y tfea
him, IA world is ruled ly-feat,, nt .-.
love. Hamilfon Wright in Leslle -.
Wi-ekly. _

Medical Stadent.-WMhat d4 ft. -.
erate on that man for?. 1 - '-
Eminent Siurgeon-Fira-)u~ n it '
laers. i
"I mean what did 'be hav?"
"Five hundred dollars."-lPMuk. j '-.,





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