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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 6, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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'OPPICIAL DIRECTORY.
S4W. Senator-ist District, W. H. Milton. *'i
annat *d district, J. P. Taliaerro, JacksonvIle;
Breentaihvet-ist District. S. M. Sparkman
as pa; sd Districct Frank Clark. Lake City.
3d Attrict'cUikite rH. Mays. M'ntictllo
land Otfioe--egistrar, Shields Warren; Receiv-
er, H. S. GQhbb, GaineaVxille: .
St-te--Go'auqr, Albert W. Gilchrist; Secretary,
H. C. CiWto rd;-Treasurer. W. V. Knott; Attor-
ney-General, prfk M. Trammel;. Comptroller.
A. J. Crporn;i eri iteadedt of Plbbhc Instruc-
tion, WA M. olloway; Commissibner of Agri-
Aiture, B. k. McLin; Chemist,. R. E. Rose;
Geologist; E.'M. Sellards; Auditor, Efinest Amos
Adajtant-Gen 1.ral. J. CLifford R. Foste.; Rail-
tadd Commiaioners-R. C. Dunn. R. Hudson
wtir, N. A. BUtchband S. E. Cobb. clerk.
Sate S-tor--Buell Cook, Chipley.
W hi ao Ootty-Represn t L. Mc-
Vernon: county Judc, R. e
of Court, County Clerk, recorder of
I W.i Lockey; Sheriff C. G. Allen, Ver-
iC. H. D ford; Tax Collector,
'*..: ^ tnfwa. ..rever .Tw.l
Assessor. J..J. itria, u s1ta.



St An -'ayor. IH. brurmond,
Cler1,o. I.' Thompson: Iarshal. Chas L.
Armstrong: Aldermen. L. M. Ware, George W.
Surber, Jr., L. %. Vickery. J. T. Gwaltney. F.
SBulloek; Justice of the Peace, John Stiyrock;-
Notaries, W. A. Emmons, A. H. Brake, F.- Bul-
lock; School Directots, W. Surfer, Sr., T, B.
D. Gai er, M. G. Post, A. H. Brake; Postmaster,
Mrs. M1s ose.
Panama Ci ty-e-Postmrster, Mrs. Belle Boothe;
Deputy Sheriff, Ai Hogeboom.
Millyvlile-Postmaster,............. ustice of
the Peace, Co. M. B. Harries; Constable, J. H.
Daffin.
Parrker-Poptmaster, F. M. Boutelle; Notary
Public, W. H. Parker.
Calloway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster ...............
Southport-Postmaster, R. Barnett.
-'Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
'Bcyhead-Postmaster, M, Mashbttrn;
Ccook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetap do-PQstmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Mhrfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Calhoun County, Cromanton-Postmaster, Nora
Hoskin. ,
.Parmdale-.-Postmaster W. F. Woodford.
RELIGlOUS.
Baotist-Church Wyoming ave, and Pearl, st.
Sunday School every Sunday at 0o a, m.
Methodist Episco0al-Chnrchu Washington Ave
and Chestnut St. Sunday School 9:3 a. in.,
every Sunday. _Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
Presbyterian-Church corner- Loraine Ave. and
Drake St. Sunday School at 9:3 a. in. every
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
tree, pastor.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St.
P arker Lodge No. 142
HL -Bw -A. -I
A O Regular Commu-
s' s of Wo _e_ nications on the first
.oryuicr and third Saturdays
b c B iin each month.
= 'y V'. Itiaag Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
MoE. IOGERSON W M.
It. E PAf.MEt{, Sooretarv
tsUtIN ESS DIlECtroat.
W. A. EMMONS.
Notary Public for State at Large: has jurisdiction
to administer oaths, take affidavits, realize
...-a^1qi d _5i 8^. pa- etq-.. w, here in Florida.



Doctor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
eases of Women and Children my Specialty.
-F. BULLOCK,
Notary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.
A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
attention.
JOHN STURROCK.
justice of the Peace, Dist. No. 5- Office at resi-
dence in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
his seal with him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments, wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
dition, Collections a specialty.
W. H. PARKER,
Notary Bublic for the State of Florida at Large.
Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
ment of taxes for non-residents, specialties.

Ton Find Your A'rni"y.
Your ;ti'ni. l. yonlr Inute. h)ut nn
less youi kmnetOwhe sx t:.-l'- (:f IhiplP:,
nfiftrl'i f(oik. on Olynlmpus, l to ldate
.vou !ti>y miss. yoiur: .1liplter'. '.;ing of
heaven, ruh'r ness. nmt iatirry .lunlo. tl queenly
w'omftno. plump, domestic, wise as Mi
lleri',. yet loving as' Venu]S. Venus
should mate- with Apollo: but, being
fond of all men and usually pretty, a
Venus womnln mnarries any one. often
several times. Marry and be petted
and adored she must or die. Mhnerva.
on the contrary, can be happy only.
with a Vulcan, a man her coQBirrpart.
wise, lofty, patient, a -reformer. tea.h
r annd philoseplSer. Both have con-
tempt for friltity and meanness and
vice. M rt all of the elderly "single
women 4n the world, especially those
t desQpidants from Puritan or Cahvanis-,
tic stock, aret single just because they
are the Minerva type. and too -se to
t nWarry any one but Vulcan*. And Vul-
^ ecan men, tw'lng the be% of their sex.
re searce,-Nanutili.
*h Not What It Was For.
When Mlss Julia Bryant. daughter


have on board two printed copies
of the rules which must be observ-
by them, which rules will be fur-
nished by local inspectors of steam
vessels on request.
Ltfe-Presrvers.
All quch vessels of. 15 gross tona
or less engaged in carrying passen-
gers tor hire, in addition to the
equipment above stated, are requir-
ed to garry one life-preserver for
each passenger carried and shall be
op!eRted only in charge 4


PUf .ISHEOl EVER# THURSDAY
AT 9T, ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
$1.00 a Year in Advance.

Entered eote. .;, 1902, at St. Andrews,
Fig., as second class matter, under
Act of Congstress of Earch 1, 1879.


WILLIAM Ai EMMONS
PROPRIETOR.

Display adv. .rates. 50c. p&r inch
per month. Position and extra-
.MClinary c.q itivp rates subject




above rates.

If this p.;ragraph, is checked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has exp~fed and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break r ,ira occur should
you choose to renew.

EQUIPMENT OF MOTOR BOATS-
Now that motor boats are com-
ing into such general use the fol-
lowing latest regulations, issued
to Collectors of Customs and others
concerned from the Office of the
Bureau of Navigation, March 25,
1909, will be found of great value
and should be memorized by evrvy
owner or operator of a launch o0
motor boat.
The Department has received
inquiries as to the equipment re-
quired by the act of June 7, 1907,
and section 4226, Revised Statutes.
to be carried on small motor ves-
sels. In order to insure titformity
in the enforcement of this law, you
are informed that small motor ves-
sels navigated in your dietrict
should be equipped as follows:
Whistle, Fog Horn and Bell.
All motor vessels, without regard
to size or use, must be provided
with an efficient whistle, an efficient
fog horn and an efficient bell. No
size 9r style of whistle, fog horn or

available). nd sufficient for the use
for which it is inteuded. The word
"efficient" must be taken in its or-
dinary sense, considered with refer-
ence to the object intended by the
provisions in which the word ap-
pears, namely, the production of
certain signals. The power to op-
erate the whistle is not prescribed,
but it must be of such a character
as to produce a "prolonged blast,"
which is defined as from four to six
seconds duration.
Lights.
When navigated between sunset
and sunrise, they must carry regu-
lation lights, namely:
1. A bright white light at the
bow or head of the vessel.
2. A green light on the starboard
side and a red light on the port
side provided with proper screens
The side lights may be so affixed to
the coaming or to the sides of the
deck house as to be properly screen-
ed, provided the lantren be backed
with metal, Whenever the green
and xed side lights can not be fixed,
-they must be kept lighted and
ready for use as provided by arti-
cle 6 of the act of June 7, 1897
The Jaw does not appear to per
vait the use of a three-color combi-
nation light.
3. A white light aft, showing all
around the horizon to range with
the head light.
Copies of Rule4.
Such vessels are also required to


measurement is necessary only in
case of vessels requiring to be doc-
umented.
While the law does not require it
the Department recommends that
the name be conspicuously display-
ed on undocumented boats.
HERBERT KNox SMITH,
Acting Secretary.

The First El ,- . -,_,...
John HoIlim;g::h'nd wavs til:t lIrst man
to use el c!ik- ll hit in I. 'Ind' in
187IS hS lie st-tallied : ix ar' limips ;t th-
ol,)d Gnity rthet'n li:1a sta'it:ed th
:trand. The i t'e :f gas sliires fel
a;nil('di;ttely 'Ple ( est of tOle lImmp;
""s .F200 a we-tk. nid hli rain thwinm: foi
inle nonllIts. Ain :itlen:I)it to il;w t ont
asis e theli tlut'.i-r' at tile ft' t 4-f thn
r:ud st;:lr ase \v;is a f:iilure. ThL(
oml('ut obljected to Ithe tier enin(is 0o
:e. i'. lht. One (-f thli;, f. r itn'I. tanuce
,'reed!(ec(d to Ie very atxi.'-us th:it t'.
ret of lirj soft ()li; le'.Jioi) s!ihoul,
"t libe <'i-t( v-(l .'" I rofe:'s r Era;
uts w\ ll-'"'n -ni '4 of electric 1it -lit a
'ot time. *-'Vi'th r,''r;;:(1 to the electric.
.:ht in:nlih h's Ii,',in s:i- d f' r and
;ulin-zl ii. Int I t l l''k! I in:Vy .: v w itlh-
ut f':-;r f .-i'nl di i llHin. that when
.he I'nri' .hilN iltl,'n ( loses rIe electric
i'ht \\ill ('lw-e with it. aind very little
nore ill blie heard lout It." Mr.
ihlllIinsh-.':d. y the way. hobd fitted
up the ;Gal~eV' eB..y.a. 186%q with
on teiletr wao traro "a-
the APimt trap4 j,
w rew ma f ear of scan
horses.


AeC

Re-o


By STI


W.11,or U.~l 1 1d i
ne TI crrs*"


one cnught h1
to dawdle, buI
way simply bece
nothing else to do. j
"See here. young
said the widow
Charles Spofford on
ception as she dre.
seat -beside her. "
perform."
"I wish I bed." ho
peoplee aro sayl
energy, no ai.bitloir
You hive too much
time en your bands
ing ycur years away
"Tell me what to
ney, ya:wning.
"Get married." _
"Too muc h troult
tonss"
"Take a trip ,rou
"Too much hnilI
"Ah, I have It!"' 4
ford after a mom e
are rich. Why b
pist? Not in the:
asylums, but go
give a few of yo
distress and mlnii ,
know the real pi
is no dhy tl. t I:
huni,'- yand givI n
this afternojc I g
hilf a 'dil. anLI
beard his w 'y
".hrst so,"e
with a bit'
tlio- many
tossed quri t t
"Try isty '
months.
Ipg a ref' -
rouse ynWu
,new to ,41i
eful foryI


vs4I~.


(taire
down to ia
a duty to


u have no
faim dn life
p5-too much
are throw-

?' replied Syd


0oo 'miny emo-

wsceer^" '"

med MrS. Spof-
i:ought, "You
irn phll-iinthro-
of hosrFtals cr
the po(r and
urs to atlepvlto
e. You :don't
s I do. ,There
it feeding ,the
: :ms. Only
mi legged mnu
o01,.'t t have
ltul ." -
rakmy (1rald.
hbe thntht of
-men Jkp h d

Sur threi

p lg a lI I.


riage of passengers for hire are not
obliged to comply with the pro
visions of la'w in regard to life-pre-
servers and licensed operators. The
life preservers must be of' the sort
prescribed by the regulations of
the Board of Supervising Inspect-
ors. They must bear the United
States inspectors' stamp.
While th3 law does not require it,
the Department recommends, in
the interest of safety to life, that a
life-preserver for each person on
board, be carried on all motor
boats, regardless of size or occupa-
tion.
Documenting, Inspection, Etc.
All motor boats of over 5 net
tons engaged in the carriage of
freight or passengers for hire must
be documented; that is to say, li-
censed by'the collectors of customs.
(Vessels under 5 net tons are not
documented in any case.) The li-
cense of the vessel obtained from
the collector of customs (designat-
ed a document) is additional to
and must not be confounded with
the license required for the opera-
tor of a motor boat of 15 gross tons
or less carrying passengers for lire.
Motor vessels of over 15 gross
tons engaged in the carriage of
passengers or freight for hire' mui
atso b4 inspected-- W~ s e iVp' i
States local inspectors of steam
vessels and must carry a licensed
engineer and a licensed pilot.
Documented vessels mttt have
name and home port on the stern
and name on each bow. Official


PIBqOrw-WnO ''.:" Ther
among them. Charity


reform did


not tducb that iei. .
When he was ushered in It wt .
Sparked that he seemed to have .0-
qulred energy dand gained am aftcji,-
an-J there *mas great curlosity'"a -.o;
what he would report. I
"Latles, I beg to say." began SydneyY, '
."that In my Ignorance otf ow to goto
work I beg nti iny nvestin'atlons Infe
house of a wealthy. lady. It c
about almMit by accident. L.
"'tht she was In arrears to all ag '
ants and. that tradesmen IeFB
Ing for Tbeir bills. I rplfeMv
itre-s. T aiM i:- .ni 1. .t
sobnetik pay .a'
sohnethjmrL'.


in ten f 'I
she understood ithat I
.- the business of reformer s16
- the cause of her dIstres B
a seamstress. ,
D "She had world a week on a gown
.for a well known Indy and on carry-
,Ing It to the house hid been told that
-she must wait a couple of weeks for
. her pay. She was going home penni-
less, hungry and the rent unpaid. 'The
lady in the case bought a diamond
tiara next day that was mentioned in
all the papers. She could have paid
the bill a thousand times over, but
she needed the diamonds first. I paid
the seamstress."
There was an uneasy movement up
and down the room, and for some rea-
son nll eyes were directed on Mrs.
Somerville. She was conscious of the
fact, but with a sang frold that did her
credit she put up her lorgnette and
stared at a picture on the wall.
"I happened in at a milliner's," said
Sydney, with a smile. "Queer place
for a man to be, but I happened.
Can't say that I was looking for a hat,
but in searching out subjects for re-
form you have to drop into various
places. Millinbr a' nice little widow.
All her capital ,ln'the business. Just
received a letter from a wholesale
-house threatening suit on bills over-
due. Her customers all rich, but they
dkltw pay cash down. Don't pay In
three.- or six months. In fact, they
didn't pay for a year. or so and only
w.rlhn forced, to. I have seen many of
the hdat .thit were bought there that
m way. Relieved thu distress and passed
on." : : ':
Every lady In the room except the
ffini. Ms3. 4Sofferd hadoffn an ex.pg-
VIvehInvr. 'Eth lady started to loo at
the other, but gave it up and cast
down her eyes with proper modesty.
They might not all have known the
milliner referred to, but they had
thoughts. After a painful silence Mr.
Gerald continued:
"Happened to meet the butler of a
house where I frequently call. Just
happened, you know. Down in the
mouth; looked bilious. As a would
be reformer I spoke to him and got his
story. Lady of the mansion hadn't
paid his wages for five months and
had borrowed his savings besides. IH-
dared to speak to her about It. and shli
had sent him packing. Saw the same
lady buying a $000 ruby ring the otha(i
day."
Every lady in the room helpless
glanced at the hands of every other
lady. A poodle dog belonging to oneC
of them seemed to be the only thing hii
the room at ease.
"Happened to call on a florist." said
the obliging reformer when the silence
had endured to the painful point; "just
happened so. One of his statements ol
accounts sent out to a lady had been
returned with a very sharp note. The
account was two years old, and be-
cau-ethe sought to collect it it the debtor
informed him that she should take her
patronage elsewhere. It was only one
case out of a score. Sympathized with
the florist and passed on. Happened
across a discharged coachman, dis-
eharged for hinting that he wanted his
wages. Helped him out with a five
dollar bill. Happened to run across a
governess lp tne same fix. That's all.
Good eenulng. ladles."
For two minutes after the reformer
disappeared no one spoke. Then one
lady after another rose up to go and.
turning to the honorable widow, mwork-
ed up )a..


Dry lls /'
ry is dear


pe


nny.--ctaro.


,* .


:t(


VOL, XIX.


"If you shoT l j t to be a re-
former I shall tak U st of the credit
to myself. Three tlh%! Mr. Gerall
-try it for three ,hi. a'd at the
end of that time I ll airranve for a
little gathering to ar your report.
It cannot fail to 4 nterestlg. Y'o.z
wjI have a hundred erent Incidents
to relate. Don't yo eel a new and
strange ambition al ly?"
"Yes, I think I d- Yes. I think I
will turn reformer, ]-ay not make a
success of it, but I' ake a try."
The relict of the Hoe Charles spread
the news. As Sydne erald did not
entirely 'irop society 'Ile fitting nfinr-
self for a reformer, was lauded
and quizzed on nume occasions by
numerous people.
Only a scanty few e cited him with
the necessary ener pursue the
objecteapd the most was predict-
ed of B efforts was e depletion of
his purse without co ponding gain.
There was a great d aid about the
unthankfulness and l titude of the
world in general, but didn't seem to
affect him much.
"You know you mu not look for
too much gratitude," rutioned Mrs.
Spofford.
"No, I shan't"
"You will feel that u have done
your duty, and your nsclence will
reward you."
"Just so."
"Many and many a t I have give
pennies and got niev a word of
thanks. In fact, I l e got .black
looks as the wheels -. 'my carriage
happened to throw a 11 e mud, but I
drove on feeling that-Iad made the
world a trifle bette hat feeling
must be your reward."
"Yes, I shall look fVur
When the three mt ad expired
Sydney Gerald annouv


of William C;'ullen Bryant. was a little
child an aged lady, who was for a
time a neighbor of the poet and his
Family, hlad been shown into the par-
tO1 f the house, where she was mak-
ing her first call. She fouud the small
'Julla seated on the floor with an illus-
trated o'lume of Milton in her lap. Al-
though she"Kiew, of course, that it
must be the artist, not tbe author. In
whom 'at th,.t early' age the child was
interested. she asked genially by way'
of beginning an acquaintance:
"Iteaditiig poetry already, little girl?"
Jula ,looked Op and regarded her
Gravely. Then she explained, with an
iift of politely correcting inexcusable
ignorance:
"People don't read poetry. Papas
write )oetry, and mammas$ sing po-
etry, and little girls learn to say po-
etry. but nobody reads poetry. That
Isn't what it's for.ft

Giving Advlce.
Professor-What is the matter with

.earned Student-He Is seriously af-
filhted with a paroxysmal inflamma-
tion of the vermiform appendix.
Voice From the Rear Seat-Aw, cut
: .t o t'


.. THE, OAKS, "'.
St. Andrews' popular Hotel, just recently repaired, rel-bfidb d
equipped with the latest up-to-date furnishings througliout--Mr. ese .
Thomas, Manager. The vsew is taken'from the west and partly shdwa
the grove of beautiful native forest trees with which The Oaks issur"
rounded, and which also stand at convenient distances about the .whole'
two-and-a&Ialf acre grounds. .This, with a fine view of St. Andrws
Bay lying within a stone's throw of the premise, making -ne of 't
most delightfully picturesque sites for a hotel to be found ani where in
the whal' state of Florida. This view will -be followed next week by
another, taken from the southwest and showing, the eMtie souther.
front of thl building.


Where Wives Are Kept Under.,
A Chinese Mrs. Caudle is incon-
ceivable, for she would promptly be
returned to her father labeled "Too
muclhee bhoberiy.-'" O.:ly by one means
can the lady obtain any right what-
ever to use ."ven the mil I moral sua-
sion wherewith the tactful western
wife is wont to turn events to her Ilk-
;n-g. If us -a bride the Chinese woman
succek'(,,d in sitting on any corner of
'ler hushan's clothes s at the moment
when. halfway through the nuptial
' nr'iioul;il;,. they tilrst ent Iheonselves
,Il lyv side she is tinderstood to oc-
up)y the position of mistress in her
wu hIose. Even then it generally
tops : tinudersta nding.--From "Things
'een ;n Chi!:u by J. R, Chilty.

A Curious Thermometer.
Otto de Cu'ericke. burgomaster of
%\If 01-' rr' lu:'de n 4tmrlotii tber-
;dii(l -or.rpos with blue pint nnd gilt
.tirs. In eon-'l.ted of a large globe
festered to a tube. both of copper.
The tul e wns blent upon Itself to forum
I very narrow U. In which was placed
the requIite amount of alcohol. One
arm of the U was shorter than the
other and open at I lie top. On the
liquid was a float, to whi ih was at-
ta(ched a cord passing over a pulley.
At the other end of this cord was
hung a gilt nncl, its finger pointing to
a scale on which the degrees were
painted.

An Ungallant Rascal.
"I suppose," said the angular spin-
ster, "that you never had a romance?"
"Dat's where youse is wrong," re-
plied the unlaundered hobo. "I wuust
had a sweetheart wot wuz a dead
ringer fer youse."
"And did she die?" asked the angu-
lar spinster as she helped him to an-
other hunk of pie.
"No, ma'aY.," answered the hobo.
"When leap year come round she
, asked me t' marry her-an' I run away
from home."-Chicago News.

A Popular Dye.
A small boy was one day sent for a
pennyworth of indigo dye. He stopped
to play marbles on the way and quite'
forgot what he was sent for. As he'
was determined to get it, he went Intdo
the chemist's shop and said to the as-
sistant:
"What have people been dyeing with
lately, please?"
"Influenza." was the answer.
"Ah: Thnt must le it," said the bfy.
"Please give me a penn'orth"-Lobdo0l
Illustrated Bits.

Gaustic.


s rou ruiresen ive
No," answered the caustic
at a ent, "he doesn't entertain;
a muses."-Washlngton Star.


in con-

constitu-
he only


He Was a 6or u'ss., '-
li e w'" a nim6 ci 'fi'tor' and annx
0ofts to exl)edte fniiti rs. When Ir.
saw' woman hohl0i-'g a two dollar b)ll
in her hand he dil('-pensed wi'lh tIno
customary exhortation to i"y her ftard
and began t count ,if <'f:in .i. 'Therd
had be -fi dra i 6r his p efts
throughout the tip. and hb '"vas
obliged to interview h;lf the p.-isse'n
ers .jn the ca'r beft re he flnau!y'i--
cured tlhe-desired small vOln. Fil'filly
the transaction wa. conductor returned to the womna h.
"F'nm?" e ,aid.
1-o v',-r::In ished'a clth'i ftu'i i #'
pocketbook. Then she To.kerd .od{

"Dear me!" she '" --' -ip.o
I am! I forgot 1 had that mthey ain
my hand. Somebody mighi bf tv4
stolen it."


but he didn't,. HrTe "- ur-l r'illg :
own stui:ldlty.-New ys rk( <;Iole'.-
Servant Girls In D.f=c's Day.
It is evident irom. 0 lh) nimnaht I.-,
low, found lu "(-le;:-nz .l A.. ritefit ,'
that there is noth1'. new to Ibe sa;
on the servant question:
Defoe, castigating the ':tr1 vr:.;:t ,"a
of his time, fell foul If [: I1 w:,.w I
spread of fashion. Iis ;he.. e was .i
familiar one-the l.inou: ;es ,i. il
servant girl's attempt to i:ni te t, ;z'
mistress' ( )-:tme.
"HIer s t n :.c:':: :," I);fo' i

trainsforImi d into l;< ( .... ... !il.'
heels, her yaru sto' k'i"- ; r ie tlur' '
into tlhe woolen oues wi- klo
and her hiLbh woo ....... .-'r;l .
ed away for lealhliiin . ii'i'.y
have 1ho"p. too. mt v ;ol 1;i h :' n'"-
tre:s, anad her pocr li . I 'ly j i-
tic ;t s !:n t'd inio o ,. :' ,.
fou.r. or five yards wiw : ait lite wu i.-
Not to eirry the (:,s i:)tliol n fl'ur. .'-:.
In shcrt. 'pl:11lu ounrtir .I. n im s i( w'
turned into a '-e I v ni: 'i .T"
drink tea, take si fi .d' ti';ry lir -1.
as high as the best."

Saves TrouLle.
"Why don't you to1 in'h i C'P<'-n *lI
ly between drhIti;:;." enlm:4' fd.'f l -i .'!;
wife. "and see the pl p
"I don't need to.' r)pl'ied t(,I bllhmlon l
husband. "T-if' h:t;,tcT',r' r is, frmHliar
with the plot, uilta'mW tae acfoiri ,-"1
also knows ai lot of gossip about their'
perstf)nil aia'd fP .vly affairs."--Phi;l:adel-
phia fIulletiff.
F- !'v- -
L little .i r f,', l'." ', "'
many jokes alut tfi't e t'i'o',, w'
couldn't niarkot su ''"s in" 'V !". ':e'
mnde np her mind thl t t', tist .''-
quest she mide of thi e -irktO'I':
would show her to be a s"l'i.,'"tito"
housewife. "Send m,". p1"-'e." ihe'
said. "two French *ho'i# a*pd- one hu-tw
dred green r'e'is."


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W: H. Milton, President. I M Dlon. Vice President. JhnMilton,III. ecyTres.


N Miltoix LanrId arid C iXvestmex nt CoIn paxxy,

MARIANNA, FLORIDA.,

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Buy, seIl and deal in real estate, notes stocks, I Secure Court, official and other bonods.

bonds, etc. Receive, hold and -disburse money and act as

Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insurance. trustees and agents for others,

Lend nnd borrow money, both as principal and By special agreement will lend money for oth

as agent. ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment.


S DIRECTORS-Joht M. Dillon, Jhr M ton, jr. W.ats hn Milton; Ill, H. H. Lewis. JE. Gammon, J. B Br ook.. N. A. alftsell atid W. H. MiltoT.
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TheTarpo arrived at 9o'clock

6. m. yesterday from: Mobite and
Pensacola.
The stfeamship Manteo, arrived
from New Orleans. via. Mobile and
Pensacela at about 7 o'clock a. m
TuesdAy)
The schr. Lucy Hf. arrived from
Pensacola, Sunday.
The George Pfeiffer,. jr., Capt.
Yankee Loss, left for the Banks,
Sunday;
g.he Nancy Lee arrived with a
iargo of 3.500 pounds of fish; was
called, Thut day, t&~ Apalachicola,
by telegraph from Ceapt. aoy Ecker
the gchr. Martha Lillian. The
turned Su" ZF,'.BAD
Pects to sail for tBe Banks today.
The yacht, Surprise, of Grand
Rapids, Mich. came to Trousdale's
wharf for gasoline, last Thursday.
She iscruising around the coast for
pleasure.

ForVa of KFabit.
l;n. real of faithful. polltifal' serv-
ibe an aMut'ltl)'i tssaloonlI eeper was ap
pointed polir e magistrate.
"What's the charge agln this man?"
lie Inquired when the first case was
called.
"Drunk. yer honor." said the police-

Tho tiewfy made magistrate frowned
Upon the trembling defendant.
"Guilty or not guilty?" he demanded.
"Sure. sir." faltered the accused, "I
flevet drink a drop."
"Havre f Isar. tlien.'" urged his hon-
or persuasively. as he absently polish-
ed the top of the judicial desk with his
pocket hundkerehilef. Everybody's

A WEEK'.i WEATHER.
The following table rocord-4 the max
itum, minimum ahd mean tempera-
tures the rainfall and direction of the
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'clool p. m., as indicated by U. S.
Astrumeanto.


P4II a I i |
ate...... Ryin. Wind
April.. .28 84~63 74 .03 b
29 85 63 74 .00 s
,' 30 86 74 75 .00 s
May.... 1 77 59 66 .93 n5
2 2 19 52 60 .00 so
3 66 52 59 .02 nw
4 76 43 59 .00 w
1 78 58 681 .98 1


Li ved 152 Years.


Wm. Parr--England's oldest man-
married the third time at 120, worked
inAh' fields at 132 and lived 20 years
Jo g.er .l otI.b youtful'at 80.
Jas. Wright, .of Spurlock, Ky., show e
how to renrain yourg. "I feel just like
a 16-year-old boy," he writes, "after
taking aix bottles 'of Electric Bitters.
For thirty (years kidney troubis made
life a burden, but the first bottle of this
wonderful medicine convinced me I had
found the greatest cure on earth."
They're a goJsend to weak, sickly run-
down or old people. Try them. 50c. at
A. H11. Brake's.
-'----*. a *
Hungry Thespians. .
They looked like actors, or. rather.
they looked as If they would have been
actors if some manager with more
than the usual discernment would rec-
ognize their ability and gtve them a
job, says the Stroller in the Portland
(Me.) Express. Just tow they Were
staring through the wit dow of a pop-
ular priced restaurant In Congress
street., absorbed In the unerring accu-
acy of the chef as the griddlcake"
were flipped into the air by him. onl:
tb fall gracefully back Into the grease
mark they had just quitted.' Thle tal
man jingled some keys In his pocket
and the little one pulled his belt an.
other notch.
"Lord!" said the big one. "I'm hun
gry enough to eat my ,own words."- .
"rn in jat sa4 .,-emp-imwd 4e-
itttle oe. fIeel n ) toigh I
Bolt a front .ar."-

Animars ard Electriciy.
1'lan lins mu(h greater polw-r of
eletrb't t trVwpltance or much less sus
QiptlblIrt, tsz' manbr other uniitnis.
leec*l' placed upon na-t irpper 'plate
whbicU iamnts upon a larger plate of
zlhe Is unable to crawl off on. account
of the feeble ele-rtnlib actlhn- exelited
by the contact of the metals. Horses
are trouulxed by slight differences of
Votentlal. An ox treated for rheuma,
tkim with electricity succumbed to a
current absolutely Inoffensive to man.


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reloves embellished with beautiful
Floridasnowy heron, atthe Buoy office. 1
-Messrs. J.C. Brainard aid Dell
Johnson have been treating their hous-
es in West End to a fresh cout of paint
-Miss Mtarjorie Trousdale lande d a
fine flouner, weighing three-ant-a-half
pounds from their wharf one day last
week.
-Blank Warranty Deed re-
vised, inmerOvedthort torin
9ofd line .n" ,r. 5' 2
l arch. at the Buov office
-On last Thursday night, more thb
one hundred people assembled in Mill-
ville to hear Mr. J. L. Fitts, one of th
finest lecturers in the Sout,, af
judge by the attention and ap
his lecture on Socialism was we
ceived.
--Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line ana views of
either St. Andrews Blulf, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c per dozen; aloo, map
of thu St. Andrews Bay country on
bhck of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen.
at the B'-ov yoffe.
-Tha Sh arpshooter, with Cant Thcs.
Masker, Liss Maud Masker. Miss Cal-
vert, Mrs. J. T. Gwaltndy and M'ss
Ethel Brainard; the Hugh with a party
from Waretown and a boat load from-
Cromanton' braved- the storm last Fri-
day to go to the Gulf, for'surf bathing.
Ca.T. E. W. Masker's elegant new
launch, .'White Cap," has taken its
place in the waters of St. Andrews Bay
and is admitted to be one of the finest,
if not the finest ever launched in these
waters. It was built by the Trousdale
Boat Works, and demonstrates that this
establishment has mastered the boat-
builIer's art to perfection. The White
Cap is equipped with a sixteen-horse-
power Eqlipse motor engine and makes
twelve miles an hour with all ease and
its full capacity has no t yet been
tested.
-It was quite an important even t for
St. Andrews, when a train of three
automobiles -arrived from Chipley.
Monday night. They reported leave
ing Chipley after 2 o'clock that after-
Inoon, arrived here about 7:30, went
lireetly to The Oiks and the occupantt,
were guests there during their stay
Vary few people, especially the chil-
dren of St. Andrews had ever seen hn-
automobile, and, their curiosity caused
the hotel grounds to present a lively
appearance pretty much the e"ontire
day, Tuesday. This event has, more
than ever made the necessity for good
r oads about St. Andrews apparent.
-Are you afraid of Socialism? The
Appeal to Reason, the great Sociali, t
paper of Girard, Kansas printed a May
Day edition of Five Million Copies! un-
doubtedly the greatest single edition of
a newspaper ever published in the
world. Its most prominent feature
was the answer of Mr. Eugene V.
Debs to Mr. Theodore Roosevelt'sat-
tack on Socialism in the Outlook, of
which Mr. Roosevelt is an editor. Mr.
Debs shows conclusively that. ether
Mr. Roosevelt knows nothing about So-
ocialism, or else maliciously resorted
to falsehoods and misreoresentat'on.
Mr. Deb's arraignment is far from
complimentary to the ex-President.
-The protection of the oysters in
the waters of Florida by wholesome
laws is commendable; but there is such
a thing as overdoing a wise undertak-
Ing, and the bill now before the Florida
legislature, as the Buoy understands it,
can only work injury where, presuma-
bly, it is aimed to protect-by destroy-
i ag nd ,confiseating the personal and
Sripaian rightss of scores of industrious
people who have planted and are fos-
tering oyster beds and in being a men-
ace to navigation by providing for the
planting of innumerable pjsts and
stakes in navigable waters, to sa
roth~rg' of th3 horde of- oflieers
which the Act would provia. ji..1
as pending, is pernicious and should be
opposed by every newspaper located on
the oyster bearing coast of the state.
It wOuld work irreparable injury to a
Most important Florida industry and
I should not become a law.


SNK OF ST. ANDREWS.



SCAPITAL STOCK,"41- -[$15,000. ,


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DfRECTORS,
JT. H. DRUM MOND.
Judge L. J. REEVES..
T: A. JENNINGS.
C. B. DUNN.
W., H. MILTON
. B' ".1 WA-RE:;
-.P. BULLOCK.


Your Patronage is.Respectfuly Solicited.


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who, since his attack of typhoid, had
beert c-nsuming vast qulnntilics of
- I A- --, 101 f"ll-h Tith


eggs, looKed up iromi nisluLLtu iILDl
a slightly offended air.
"I wish," he said from the opposite
end of the table, "that these hens
could be got to lay their, eggs fresh!"
"The last two words only caught
Mrs. Orne's ear. "I know it," she said
emphatically. 'aE 1 tlaltk ju:t the
way you do S
bh as if it


-- j ikbook.
errors of the siege of
S717 one Cadol found time to
Ue*a book of recipes for the prepara-
ofli of the strange fare to which the
ity was reduced. "Our stomachs' are
turned into natural history museums,"
he wrote, "but we must make the best
of circumstances and render our food
as palatable as we can." So house-
wives were instructed how to disguise
the flesh cf dogs. horses, asses, rats
and mice a"d were shown that, despite
e old ade, one can manke~an omelet
ltholbut breaking eggs. The recipe
for an eggless omelet was as follows:
"Soak an army biscuit in sugared wa-
ter flavored with orange flower., chop
3r'el' anid spread on a hot dish, pow-
ler well with sugar and then pour over
and set light to a liberal helping of
irim." With eggs at $6 a dozen and
tum at but little more than its' normal
price, this palatable imitation of ail
"'omelette au rhum" became a most
popular dish.

Professional Advice.
The Irate victim blustered into the
office of the secondhand automobile
dealer.
"Look here, sir," he thundered, "the
automobile you sold me yesterday
won't run. One of the cylinders r,
cracked, the spark plug is badly con-
nected, the steering gear is loose, one
wheel Is wabbly, and-and"-
"Hold on a minute," the dealer inter-
posed. "Did I sell you a machine yes-
terday?"
"You certainly did."
"And you paid me for it-?"
"Of course I did!" was the emphatic
response.
"Then the machine Pelopgs to sou.
I doesn't it ?"
"Wn'hy, to be sure it does."
"Well, that being the case, I'd advise
you. not to amble through the city
shouting about Its defects. If you do.
I'd like to' -know how you expect to
sell it."-Llppincott's.

Birthdays and Health.
For several years I have noticed that
In a period of from about three to
two weeks prece('ding the iiinni'ersary
of my birth I have ihad a feeling ofr
returning vl(ir. a renewal of vitality
su(h as I have ntI expcrhenwed at any
other tin:e (f the year. TI'hi.; has last
"d for from two t,) always ceased' some d',y, !>ef' re (the
innivei's'ry: lani e it ht : is o' (c,rred to(
mue that thi'p ti'en." ma e Y-heole vc,'-,e-l ion
';etwpecn the a;pp)roa' 'i tr reciurTi'r e of
te'ss birth date and thli tnaintuteance
.)f one's' he:lth.- f.ndon (raphic.

A '.Coc'crn P .iracla.
"I caused tl:e dumb to speak today."
"Ilow was th at '"
"I was stopped it the street by a
)eT.-ar witlhI a 'I An I eaf at"d Dlu'lu)
lac(rd n his Ira'east. and when I ex-
iese'(d the opinion that he was an
inipostcr b'e ilniued Itely recovered his
pl-ech dd.lin V igorous Anglo-Saxon
requestedd me to go to- er- the place
hit the new theology tells us doesn't
.'xist anld in'ld iny own business and
he'd mind his!"--New York Times.

A Uscl:s 'Inventicn.
"Tlis new col'.e't1pli, box." argued
he inventor. "has siidi'e.unl'ire i (van-
ages. WheVbn you d1ropl i7 iiartei: r ii r
nore it dccesn't inakke a sound IDrop in'
in dime and it tinkles a hell. a nickel
)lws''a v-hi -lie. and a penny tires a
hot. Anid hen you ddou'T" dri', Iu
ik -.6 MhLtrf .kt 'tt our Iict, re "


Hcw It Is Don3.
"I don't see how you can write so
"nany"-
"Alleged witticisms?"' interrupted
the press humori.:t. "Oh 1I get an idea
occasionally, and every idea is good
for several hundred jokes."-Lotisville
Courler-Journal.

Nerve.
Heiress-Tlie co,unt states in his mac(
love letter that he w:ll call and end-
up by saying,""1 beg to remain for
,ever, Count Hk'koff.' Irate latllr
Remain forever? What does he thiinl
this is-a charity litoel? Chi-a(
. NetSi

Iln't 1t True?
Mrs. Baker-George is g:oi"g off t(
get strong. I Ithink he ought to stiay
fortnight, but he says no. only hi I
that time. Fricnd-You're right, o'
course. Seven days only make one
weak.-Lippincott's.

The Timidity.
Her Moiler--Malel. denr. do you
'ever feel timid about asK-ng your hus-
band for money-?
The Bride-No, indeed, mnamma, but
he' seems to be rather timid about gir-
thg It to me.-Exchange'.


oti, Gf 1 r ? d -About a dozen young people invad-
jued the. Buoy household last Friday
night and were entertained for a couple
-Capt. Alexander is reported to be of hours .with graphophone selections.
continuing toimprove. 1 They appeared to enjoy it ard went
-For rent, a two-story, eight-room away promising to come again and
house. Apply at the Buoy office. were assured an entire change of prio-
-The-Holly & Peel store and con- a for another time.
te-ots will be sold at aueti'o on the 11 _______ f____
inst. Bullying tne Hens.
bheLadies' Sewing soelcty of Years spent il providing food for
Presbyterian cnurc men'with Mrs. 0. boarders, in watching them eat it and
H. Kester on Wednesday,April 28.. in hearing them cominent on It had t c-
customer Mrs. Orne to all sorts of
-Mrs. Rockstead~s cottage near the complaints, reasonable and otherwise.
Baptist ,church ,will soon. be occupied' She was a pleasant woman and tried
by the Baptist minister and his wife. to anticipate the objector's objections
-Mr. C. E. Bracken has has the and to smooth his feelings as speedily
sidewalk on Magnolia street in frontof as might be. Once in awhile her
his premises repaired in good shape. readiness with a soft answer was a
-Fas-Wionable souvenir baronial en It was at breakfast, and Mr. Smith.


Do youe
You cat
time herf
What c


v.ilo tewsboy'?sto t ot
leiou Iontse i

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Th :a as a -Jis Iha (l ,w' it sino:'.:i:y ii ih
gutter afraid it \I o'i l. se
fire to. t et, so l:e picked it up
Good I't t! t(':w-boNy. you will Ie ;
fire ( hitf b. : -
Dil 'Ic% ot tryI a tric- k on th,
newsbo" '
Give 1.a i ri 1:,l sonwe t'Iib f,': i:oi'
paper '1 1 l I '.i"1 to( keep I 'l' C',ilt 1 eP
Ton ccha I t:- ., .-:'e lie w:ll do it.
Does the i npw'b,'vy .ivaer sleep'
Oh; yes. i tie newsboy sleep.l). In
never on Ilh i,;b.
P.,S.- Lct ,:f people c:n loe;rl i-onm
t!lingi'roin e newsboy.y.- Iostcn ller


Smnta ,es All Records.
As an all-rtournid laxative tonic and
health-builder no other pill can com-
pare with Dl6 King's New Life Pills.
The3- tone a'd regulate stomach, liver
and kidneysVpurify the blood, sireng-
then theDP nPes; cure constipation, dys-
peps a, biliqtness, jaundice headache,
chills and malaria. Try them. 25c. at
A.I. Biakes

O College. Ways3.
Students at. St. Andrews university
two cetlit Ifs ago paid nothing: foi
their rin(ooml:.'t l 3 10s. lpeir (lUaitr t en
abled themit, dine at the Ihi1h table
Per 5 .11-. l. pi orer men .ccu'd get
through the-u h, li' session -juit six
moi1ths. l:res;kl'a~t was served at 7
a.- ard ,a tivrecd of in oatmeal loaf
and \half a i'-at f bL'eer. FIcr supper
each had half a twopenny loaf and a
pint bf be(-r. iAt Ithe high table poul-
try, frotb nild-beef were served, and
at thO !sec('ind, a plentiful supply cf
broth Acd lieet. lHerrim-is and flouln-
ders so eilnips .nr- .d the board.
Beer j,14.. Tf:y:- _.
college' 1 'II godd .ld' days had
their brew ho e, a perquisite of the
porter, who I peimitted- to sell ale
to the student -London Antiquary.

Women as We Men aroe ade Miserable
by Kidnland Bladder Trouble,

Iidney t le preys upon the mind,
disco.ages lessensambition; beauty,
... vigor and cheerful-
ness soon disappear
-I when the kidneys are
out of order or dis-
eased.
e"* Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
S-that it is not ufncom-
mon for a child to be
born afflicted with
Sweak kidneys. If the
child urina| obften,if the urine scalds
the flesh, or 'when the child reaches an
age wheri it dtild be able to control the
passa e, it et afflicted with bed-wet-
ting, depen on it, the cause of the diffi-
culty, is k' y trouble, and the first
step should towards the treatment of
these iiiipor organs. This unpleasant
trouble is s o a diseased condition of
the kidiley ad 'bladder and not to a
habit asi be641le suppose.
Women-e crll as men are made miser-
able with cy and bladder trouble,
a4dboth .,tlpe same:great remedy.
The mild itue immediate effect of
SwamplRPt is so6n realized. It is sold
by druggi in fifty-
cent and e-dollar
size bottles ou may S24tu,
have a sa ie bottle' ts111 .......
p3m ph Iling all.
about .Sw p-Root, nome ofswamp-Ro
including ny of th ousands of testi-
monia? rs received from sufferers
who fitn Sw'atm-Root to be just the
remedyti ded. ~A,"writing Dr. I-ilmer
& Co., ^pft N. Y., be sure and
meatip| ppe L Don't make any
mistakQ,, .remember the name, Dr.
it and the address.


vent-or.
cars.'i
The"
shook


i devIc' said the iu-
jease the speed of motor

.f' attorney frowned and
.t tj


"But -h1u we really want," said
he. "is det'e to increase the speed
of tbehe'k ians who have to dodge


M AAd Catches Him.
pMaa preachb "i a worm."
"An4, ^ 4d a man who had been
marrie f h pe times- and who. was
ocupy, t small space in -a -rear
r,;-0AM -s the-en'rly bird."


Not long since a young woman suf-
fering with an incurable disease ap-
plied for admission to a hospital In a
southern city.
"I know I must die," she said simply
to the attendant physician. "but do
something to keep me alive for a little
while for my babies' s; 9 In a few
years they will not need me so much."
Her. one chance lay in a very pain-
ful operation, but -ha heart was so
week tha, *t dared not ad-
'Very -gently

'ence at most; 1TsAh"ft4yl worth
while to suffer so -much for so brief a
respite; she .would best go home and
-wait. But the little woman shook her
head.
With mother love shining in her
eyes, she allowed herself to be strapped
upon the operating table and there
willingly underwent the torture of the
knife that gave her a few months to
devote to her precious bables.-Deline-
ator.
Marlbotough House.
Marlborough House is one of the
numerous buildings of SWrChristopher
Wr--i. It was bufft at a cost of 44,
000. ci., wltrc(. ef wii ii w:m. dlefif,,ed
by-- t1r duke. ITe' rthe "'ctut dlu(chess
riv-cd till her deathh ki 1744. waging an
incessant warfare iup'cil the socipty'of
her tinhw. Here, too, slP. reoeIved a.
-deputation of the lord mayor ind sher-
iffs of London while still in bed, an
incident which was satirized by Gay:
Acquainted with the world and quite well
tred.
Drusa receives her visitants In bed.
In the earlier years of the nineteenth
century Marlborough House was rent-
ed by Leopold, king of the Belgians.
It was afterward bestowed by the
crown upon Queen Adelaide, the dow-
ager of William IV.-London Chron-
icle.
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vi'.VI I Thicrves.
have jlFst 1 kl-0- 'd- itt1ai'd phir(I-dtit
themi ~ w ii.e
TageL!,'Itff Ov' ~'~tatLifvos of

for'mlcf (I1U rimi1. 4 tHil. s;Ips the
writer. It -Is'ri~ 1 nI'tat:i'
anl iucident 'e hr 3 Dbyl)t: it ;i:
as ~ ~ ~ 2Z 0ai],tt. paeXSOyashe
fcre ('hrk1t f '1-P1I fr i'ntitgsays I hatl
when tLhe '(on.' -:f t he pempeiroR' Nva
laidl v wl y,'thle 111:1 1..lemn Wti
AMIe unp" a of 1,:1 va( 11 d c m t 1lI.
efl~iCt tv' '~'itd(1P iil(c of t1!w
pha t~i~'i~ij z II tieinri
SteilOc M) iicIa 5l$irdi the wot-ve
laves naId: c~ N o heto'ni.s of thc
Red to a~ I pdin dCcr 0O1Nlytv
of the b.RI- jwxeh (c'AptvI~red.anrd t whey
were tunt aover by the rmiler to Ct.>
Wise lmenI4 .y hem llIN'Ner were yiN-1
sech d IIn t e interest (-C cci en-e.N(
matter It. NItinhtc(lt* thea iiilcrs rcf t!h
reederti 1 1!,.:! -T 'g v:' h i:
(lespiseX t I Pecl tai crti:mt fon:t
ofpuFljt


T7"t Pyrc:'hc'c.
A living 1ight. cal:(d lI' p:- ophhIor
m:fakes i:li ninlr tion h< leap i: d ( tont r
lent in ltra.zil,. T'll, pl r l(-hcre is :
monster firefly, an Aini'l and a hal 1
long. W ith one it is pos.t'i le to tre~t .-
fine print, and three will li; lt a rcon
The Brazilian ieasantf, w,'fen h, I trai
erses by night the ':o-ilcus f,'rec-
paths of h es country. factensl to e:c-'
thoo a pyrophore. Tlms ilhlnin ated
he has no di (uity il av(,'i'.g bison
ens- siral:rs, pitfalls and wild beasts
The Brazilian cc(luette fastens in he 1
hair cr her corsage a 'yrcplwre i:-
cased in.white tulle. T 'i, effe.T is i:
of a great luminous pearl cr cpa-
Wheu'a ',aprophore's 1liht goes scut i
is not necessary to till him up wi!u
oil, to drop a coin in him ct to tbrov
him away. but a moment's (ducking i
cold water FutFc-. 'Thereafter hi.
three little lanterns, one on the breast
and two on the back. emit again as
bright a radiance as ever. Thfe pyro-
phore, as all nature students know, i"
called vulgarly cuengo, but scientific-
ally the name is Coleopter serricorn
stermose elaterides'. Cfncinnl En-
quirer.

In the Presence of Death.
Some years ago a Swansea vessel
was caught in a terrible g-le. says an
r- The cant;JI is

low nnd sleep, for-all was w.e e re
mained on the bridge till the mate
came up and said: "We've done all we
can. Hadn't you better tell the chaps
to get out the boats?"
S"Yes, yes, my lad, if you think so,"
said the captain, who knew the.only
choice left was whether to' go down
with the ship or in a small boat, which
couldn't live ten seconds in that sea.
The engineers came up with the news
that the fires were all outf.
"Very well, my lads," said the cap-
tain quietly. "Save yourselves if you
can."
"Won't you fetch the wife on deck,
sir?" asked one of the men.
"No," was the calm reply. "Let her
sleep, poor girl! I am going down to
have a smoke." And, smoking by the
bedside of his sleeping wife, he went
down with the ship.

A Man of Resources.
A young jnan u:gnial-of fatce and cor-
rect-in attire arose from his seat in a
well patronized cafe an evening or
two ago, raised high a dollar bill and
addressed. those, present. *
"Gentlemen," he said, "I have here
a dollar bill. It is a good bill, open to
inspection by all. I want to raffle it
off, and I will esteem it a favor if fif-
teen gentlemen will come in. Ten
cents a chance-10 cents for 'a dollar
bill. It's dirt cheap. Who will come
in, please? I'll esteem it a favor, as I
said, and there's the chance for a real
bargain."
Fifteen men good naturedly chipped
in 10 cents each, drew small squares
of paper from a hat, and the winner
pocketed the bill, with a laugh. *.
"Thank you, gentlemen," said the
raffler, with a Chesterfieldian bow.
"That dollar was of no use to me. But
how that I've sold- it for a dollar uand
'qifnalf n t have my car 0f're home.
Thank., you. Good night."'-New York
Globe.

Why Tailors Sit Crosslegged.
A tailor making a dress coat sat
crosslegged on a table, like a Turk.
"Why do tailors always work in that
'Lunomfortable position?" asked a viS-
itor.'
"Women's tailors don't. Only men's
do," was the reply. "And for men's
tailors it is the most comfort-ible and
the most convenient posiion possible.
You see, the sewing on men, s clothes
is very fine. The Work must be held
up close to the eyes. \Vel. in this
position I lean the work on my elevat-
ed knees, arid thus it is nearer my
eyes, while at the same timhne my back
remains straight. .' Analyzed, the posi-
tion is a .uine one. .It keeps the back
Straight and the chest out, the -knees
nake a table close up to the face, and
eye strain is avoided.
"Tailors for women sit on chails.
For One thing, the sewing on women's
clothes is less fine than on men's. For
another, the woman's tailor has to get
up every few minutes to go to tae
manikin, and all that rising, if he sat
crosslegged on the floor, would tire
him too much in the day's run."-New
York Press.

No Suffering Too Great.


WedY) erday, 8:00 a. In
Wednesday, 0:00 a. iht
"Wednesday, 10:00 a.. in
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.,
Thnusd y, 12:00 noom.
Monday, 6:Oo a. in.
ARIUVE.


Friday, 2:0C a m.
Friday; Y2 fri. "
Friti'. 1:30 p. it,.
Prida. 1,36p. m


Pensacola to St. Andrewvand.Mifl~ville. $5.00.
Pens~acolu to Ap~aclacicol'a nd Oi :reabolle, $7.50.
S8t. A ndrewv and Mill vile to .A l ahch icolit, $-5.U0.-
Peuisaeola to -Mobile, $2.50.
I'he ab~ovo i' ato-, i nclude rnvkI,- and l beth~. J. it. S'AUNLDE[uts,
H. T. XCEIRUSON. G(~i.'l Iiei. let axid 1a--. Av-t





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A Full Line of Furniture!


Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour-and
Postoffice on the Bay.


L. E, WARE,




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The Old PIONEER STORE BusinesS,

Founded in 1878, and built iu by tLe late 1. M. Ware,
nIOW l'horouLghly Reorganized under New Aanagen ill

Solicits the Patronege of Cid Paftcns

of tlheHous.e, of the Trading Post. and. of niew oni' ass
well, and guarantees uniform fir and courtcotls treatment
to all.

We Pay the Freight on ,all ,ds except Fltv.,. ,,i ,,
Feed to any .,t office on the Bay.






Woman's Friend

Nearly all WOien suffer at times from female
ailments. 'Some women suffer Imore acutely and
more constantly than others. But whether you have"
little pain or, whether you sufer intensely, yoi-
should take Wine:of Cardui and get relief.'
Cardui is a safe,. natural medicine, for women;
prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in-
grediects. It acts easily on the female organs and
gives strength and tone to the whole system.








Sw Woman's Tonic

Mrs. Verna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. She wrf*:
"Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last spring I
was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, bulto
no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able. to
my housework. Since then my trouble has never retuae~ Ti7-it
AT ALL DRUG- STORES,
'IlI i "'e o 'Toncll I.I it 1
& ^ ^rsvera Wllac, o Sager Tex, tiedCarni. ~e rf'B;


Thr':e a ;:r', e-r's.i" i ::'t:r:'-c.3 c: rec-
S-(i ( F tI' rs I n:: alt:' d kl'd by l ihe.
S( a ;llt ct i', 'I'. 1-. le.is of a
i. tl I -.e i;s':s ;, w; ic'i -was olund thte
S)( I0- i-of ;:) i::f;:itt N .-t lo ". a.'o 'a
g i (, r'I e i.i'-V r wvlicli w-;s :' >vwim- i
nli:g iI: !wie T1i 1 s .! ust o;1'Y),' ("lit .'s
bcallhiu ;it .ib: nond Vr.as tackled d
by a il'l-'. \u-ii i lit ore of its hind
x'- .o :' iy- ;!s to -'x y r, an artery.
.:t v.i. ;;::';ft ;'r :).. i:: l:;'- e w\v iF-'h at-
tat :i-ld ':,it \-l, L no vi n lnt:i ;L'aIlis-t andl
i:-.,;w n. 'i-r i i- .( m ,t h:lele;, -l''enle ll
HIe h (! ;:( ;c'tc'i l:v Lin;dl( tlhe fish. when
it spr.mn.' from the ground ai.d tixed
all its shli-p te-eth into his leg just
above the knee.. The creature hung so
fiercely to its hold that a stick had to
be used to j-ry its jaws- apart.-Cham-
bers' Journal.
:\


Just a Mistake.
During olie of the banquets of th0
church congress illn Lonon a cartahi
bishop had is his left hand (ompanioa
a clergyman who was completely bald,
During dessert the baldheaded vi .at
dropped his napkin and sto!)fedl to pil-k
it up. At this moment the bishop,
who was talking to his ri.Lt hand
ne-ghi),1r., felt a sight touch on, h3;.
left ar;m fle turned and. beh:thi-g
the xi are's pirte on a level: wfth lira cl-
l:w. :.-i:.: "'No. Ih:i]nk you, ni) melon.
I vill tak' so.ne l)ini])eappe.'"
Pretty Weary. .
Weary (lying under apple tree)- '
Say, mister, kin 1 lrhave- one of deln.
apples? I'armer--Why. them apples
won't be ripe for four months Vilt. -
Weary-Oh, dat's all right. L' in't. ijw
no hurry. I'll watt.-Life:,


Pensacola St. Andrew & GuWf"\
STEAMSHIP C 'JMPANY,

SSTEAM SHIIP
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Iv.-' Q^ W.Q BAROW. Master.
Cl/ TTT T--T-r T


LEAVE,
Tuesday, 8!30 p m.
Wednesday' 4!00 p. m..
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00'a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00' p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 1'1:00a. m.
Friday 10:00 a. m,


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CH EDL) ULLE.
O ING SOUTII.
. ,,.,Pensacola.
St. Andrew,
PanamaCity,-
Millville,,
ApaMlAihicola,.
Ca;;i?.belle.
l1obffe.
GOING NORTI.
Carrabelle:
St. Andrew.
Paramild City,
Millville.
Pensacola.


ARRIVE.







.R ROMANTON.
There was a goodly proportion of Special Keuort tc the Buov.
l -\t.ns Inp in e ',,, T '' ixt(>enth street car
en \'- ) o -'' i:: trteenth street car 'nith ne cold wave came a little late,
!tvtit i a enr with
e i1r 'i v' i'v-e. so. that the to be all in April- and the Queen
'' I ;!.es(( t'( l' o the op)osi:e ,f ., + w M r ,ll A l F ...., '.. .+
f h i'u',loaet thhi Ma Ii ll~ d i 0 tJ V ~O


.. '-""d th r "a raze to their
rts' cot.te*t A .d Ig:re they did.
r vxN r (id ';"-are t!]At her advent In the car
*had er,,gc' ed the heart action of any of
Its p.)w.eni'crs. her glorious brown
T'hursdaV. May 6, 1909. eyes A.Lnced sererc!y along the palpi-
.. tating line of miascnlinltv opnosite a
ST, "A N D R E W S she tcre a ticket from her Ftrip nid
EST, I U, 'AEh Wd N" D lFWn S--,c >, lip,
-P RIC E S CURRENT w:l she i'ln-crofd the' strip in he;
GR-OCERIES. ti:iy Ir'e. Luck.v ti 't
Sugar', par tb Tea, p.er lt The eP'!uI -ired ..vyig iIan nearest
Goffee, Gunpowder .. .. 4o the& cfIcr wculd have I'8arted with a
Green ......2 at 20 Uncol'dJa 40-60 fiv ot to lOs e, that equivalent of
Arbuckle....b 20 Cond milk pyer can l
Cia.gerSnaps ..... o Unsweetn' .... xo ;m'O 1 a1d co-ix i But here
Crackers, soda .... 10 Sweetenedi... .. 6 ,o;.C:! the rrrlll-;-e$'t _ptl.. T.hj. ion-
Tobacco, plug ..30 tose Baking Powder o rutc so noti ed fs n.f dlecta-
Raisins, Royal..........50 ,,t ,,lso noti' d f is Of d.'iecta-
London layers.. a5 Campfell d.... a ble .fi ple of inflady's car tick-
Valencia ....... o Canned fruit fI'P 9th cl e 6of m iWay's c a dk-
Rice ........ 6 to 9 Peaches...... oazo et. Aftd the c'ucfor Wvas young and
Apples Tomatoes .... xo- not f::f'f h',l fookhg'. aifd the con-
Evaporpted ... Apples ...... was
ried Peachesd 10 Pears ......... duefor was :ils Nmftteif. A tiny hand
Coalil p' gal .. 20 Plums ........ .o retehcd up to the distrAcffu:, mouth
Gasoline ........ 20 Apricot ..... ho-2o d up to tic fin' I
Florida Syrup 50 Strawberries 10tot5 anl. removing the ticket, hifided it to
Honey .......... 1to Pineapple .... 10-20 the conductorr It Is said that "e
Cheese pr; ...... C0 Roast eef B .... j Llushcl. Certanfu it Is that he took the
Butter .. .... 35-40 Corned Beef ... 15 fare tffderly between two liners ard
arOlemarg5ine. .' Chippedsr ... io& g15 tce(d at It pensively. Then-and
Bea ..... Salmon..... oati5 the ycung nman nearest the door Is
Cocoanut pkg .... 0 Canned vegetablesto sw to t deposited
I j -~raSalmo .. .a.Bed Be s t o .-dy to sw ea? to it-hie' deposited It
.. .... Corn ...... oati5 carefultVy P'i tan fn tid fPocoket, far ire-
C Pumpkin .-;. .... ae froi f storing place of all
1 i""' PR SIONS. I common tickets. ,And the question is.
Flolor "Pork .... hat (lid he do with it!-Plttsburg
eosft r.: 4 Bacon Sides .... L 2 rss.
Corn.Mtl pr bu ..00.oo Fresh ....... 8aro .
Oat Meal r ib .... 10 Br'kt'st Bac'n 16-22't Slight a Good Friend.
Corn pr bu ......0O Ham canv's'd .. i6' Won't Slight a Good Friend.
Potatoes Shoulders ..... I I[
Irtah .S.... o Beef rs.. 'If ever I need a cough medicine,
Early R'se seed I. 1e8 Corned
Sweet 7tot.oo Fresh .....1. oto15 again I know what to get/' deelareg?
Salt:,t;Ak .. 1?. x. Milk priedq......... Mrs. A. L. Alley of BealN, Me., "for af-
Tals Milk prqt........
HARIDWARE. I ter using ten bottles of Dr. Ki.g's Nev l
Na-l Prt 4ao %- Ax, with handle .. Discove-y, and seeking its excellent re-
Gal" wire do .. 7to8 Hoes, each .... 35a5o
Manilla rope .- tO r K Copper paint, can... 6o stilts in my own family and others, I
Stoves. cok .$8a$25 Linseed oil, gal..55a6o a cofivirced it is the besf medicine
Pipe pr Joint a covie itis he be, medicine
D fl4 GOODS m ade for, coughs, colds and lung trou-
Sheen yd a Flanel ........ xa4o ble." E'very one who tries it feels just
Muslin ...... ga Thread per spool.. that way. Relief is felt at-once and its
leens ....,5.... a45 Shoes, ladies f.... tIa
.$', $2.75, $4oo00 qu ck cures surprises you. F6. bron-
Men's . $1.40 a4.oo
,.M e?, MISCELL$ANEOUS. chi.is, arthima, hemorrhage, croup,
H'av pirwt ..... .25 Oats pr bu ....... 75 a gripped, sore throat, i ain chest or
Rope S.al ...... a Lime pr bbl .... lungg its supremo. 5'9. and $1. Trial
SFRUfT and NUTS. tJ ate t reeve. Guaranteed bv A. H.
Orange- perdoz. .. 30 Pecans pr tb ..... 15 raike


Appls ... ... 20 Walnuts ........ 20
Lemons ........... 30 Almonds ........ 15
OYSTERS.
In shell BprJ,60o... 2. oo Opened pr qt ..... 20
.!* LIVE STOCK. ., *
Hocss .$... oa$iso Cows. $25 t) $50
itul ". -. 5oa$1i7 Hogs ........ $3to$6
Oxen pr yoke ....$65 Sheep ........... $z
; POULTRY.
Chickens each . 4oa50 Geese each ..... 45a5o
Turkeys .... 9goa 5o Ducks ........ 2saso
*,. ; FISH."
Pre. Salt
ullet pr doz ... 25 Mullet pr. bbl 6.'so
" I rout ........ 25 Trout......... .'6. 50
kl'.-npkho pr tb.. to Pompano .... io.oo
iSI rgeon ...... 1o Mackerel .... 8'.oo
".'ong LIMBIER.
Flooring R. Ceiling
Heart par m... $14.00 Hegrt, per m ...44.oo
Pace ...... 12.oo. Face 1.... z2.00
S .... 10.00. Sht .'.' 0.oo
Drop Siding Clapboards '*i,
iearf cet prmSEi.oo ,x6inpr m.... $12.00
ap ;.... o10.00 Finishing lum-
blu.f lutnfbr . Sat 12 ber, d .... $S2a$i5"
Heartshtogles .. 2.50 bath, pr m ..... 2.00
Sap ... 1. 50 Broat lumber,'
:dressed ... $20

it4w's I'w'is .*
i ofier On Iliid ed C; lr I adi
or.ny-' U.8e o U iluirr lit:,t aiiin ,be
6ured y l 11il's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. otil RN Y& CO.. I'roys., 'Pl',tfh,6,M .
We tim' undersigned, have kuowif J
C'lenoy I'6r tilhe last 15 V1ears, and belicvo
miiin perfbclly honori,alle 'i all busihiers
I 'iiisi4t4lltonlI$i l fin, ,i(< ily able ( .c.arr.
eat aiuivn litigation. uitd, liv tltihiirn
West &'Traiux, Wholes'tal DI) uggists,
Toledo, O
Weiiling, Kirnan & .MIrvili.
W li~itsale Drui i-ai-, -i h .7'r
liall's'Ciatirrh Oiur i'sttaken inlernially.
Acting dArectly upo) Ihlie hlhm d am,.d ititlc
-m-i surfaces of thlie ys.tem. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold hv all dUi muii.- '
I'tke t(.tl'As l* anill i lll t'ur i', stilit-
(ioqi,
---- ** ** -----
In a Perfume Oactcry.
-Mu'k. Ik perhaps the mort valualile
ard dllghtfrl of all perfumes, yet the
reflnet-as he opens. the imuk Ipeds
must w(e"r thick clotlyt over tifuth .
n1d nrostill1.'. !'o rpnl-live Is the o'or
that thb emit Ilneedo. this edor
fnhaled' for any len1't ,f ffe., e.iu -e
nosehld" 'ivet. l'runII- :ln"d a m'
L'rgr!< han-p in s"'n'l ;"nities a de
Iltou-t obfu',' ', t l't fr: e ",' 'tit "
they h ,'< ',l i',, I":' *, t' '.\
th.p wAvrq k n' 'it'. Tiw h'wt' lr
l'l.,q(,mi t0'c'i',t,'vly ,wAvvvt ii 'id
ftiter l''ri ft hi -1,1. -:rt :n r. '"
.f h 'vt :"'- l'l",-... ",'. 5 .... i ,' .
Smr I hou"t,'. T')h! t o. i'" t'-u f tb,'



orfginl t to I, found it 'ltw 1"i < (Nm
id'..a. lin it n, .er'r i se4.a.'re h',,e
c-oer it 4,,te< fr ,m Ati.'-' .,tA i lV0<
li,, P'eri preii'ed tl'ie fir' I tir
t'rHl-aut oper"i t'., ,yr i 4' 1'.I ttstivIll s
PI'rolli'g .NId t-irit' d"' Me lirt. 1Tl.
work' 'lrntrj- ted gre'a qVtetttto annd
tA ; -r 7;Puee Whp opcrt-l! irn, the
ot of the hlltPt nipd in England
of.rtht mosque. Purcel (a e~utitled, to
the honor of pR4e~cing 'lth first reftl
EtlglIsh opera, although one of Ben
Jonson's masques was ~eto *4 taH 1te fa
rTy as TITT.

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It must hna vi been though on the peo.
le of the stone age when they tried
o tr oveer a new lei:tf. Pihtsburg


An lmpoc i:lse Mt.ar
"Vh" ('1i 1 yo mll :iriy in ?"
Be' ant'iU I tlh>litht you were differ-
'nt frorim other rnhem."
"And now youI want a divorce be
an (e Yo011 were ilista' eit'* "
"'No: I -': use 1 was right."-Cleve-
:ind I.a ier.
I b),il, -\e in fIf-n ter. In love. In
nalthl, .It ill distant hopes that lure us

Kills to Stop the Fiend.
The worst file for 1-2 ve.rs of Johnl
)eve. of Giadwin. Mibh.. was a rur-


i mu m^ay wl neea urs ovricoau
and auto glasses, to see the way
clear.
A very quiet wedding took place
in our village on Thursday of last
week, when Mr. Robert L. Stude-
baker and Miss Nina Ecker were
united in the bonds of matrimony
at the residence of the bride's moth-
er, rs. er, Rev. C. L, Jdyner
of St. Andrews officiating. Only a
few invited guestt' were present
Immediately after a few words were
spoke making the twain one, all
wefe'.iivited into the dining room
where all partook of the viands of
life, with' which the table was weli
loaded.;
Mr. Batedshdd quite a sick spell"
last" week; but is up And about as
usual, again. "
Mirs E, -mitiih leaves this week


The Goverfiors of Alabama rnd
Georgia, have come a'id gone, with
their retinue they caught more fish
than they could use, and left hun-
dreds on the bank of Wetappo creek


to rot. Such. spoitt should be
sf, pe'd. It is wicket to wantonly
detroy food stuffs in one part of
our country, while it is a known
fact, that in many other parts'
thousands are destitute and actu-
ally starving.
Mr Brantley his his wharf and
bath house about finished, ready
for the public
Snap beans are a regular table
diet now.
Fish ate getting ready to climb
Mr. Mosher's fishline, to get up out
6f the wet.

The Aft of Lying.
With very few exceptions all asser-
tions may be divided Into two classes-
th).s and untruths. Lies are those as-
sertions which the person mnakhiig
them does uot know to be so.
Lies help to smooth over the rough
places of ltfe. Indeed, if it were not
'fo'i lies life would be almost unbear-
able. It sotuld be unsociable, to say
th' least. If we had to confine our-
selves strictly to the truth' conversa-
tion would be limited to such plati-
tudes a-s "two aind two aire four." "the
square of the hypoilitenuse is equal' to
the sumn of the squares of the other


". ..... .. ... two sides, "the ei arh Is roulnd.". "the
niineg ulcer. TTe paid doctors over $400) sut is on ime today." a. the like.
withotir -benefit. T oen "ocklen's Ar Vlhe're:a truth is limited. minutely
nrit t SAMv.t killed their ul&'r and cur/d and painfully exclusive, one has not to
ilim. Cures lever sores, boils, felon., be at all particuiiar about lies. They
ecz(cmi, salt rheum. Infillible for pileFf 'may take any form and disport in any
bhrns, scatlds, cuts, corns. 25e at A. H. garb. ,
Brake's. A lie never hins fo be Veritied. Nev-
ertheless it is just as well to bear in
Arbitrated. mind that thie art of lying requires a
Cor-':ersation among travelers is fle- -..erta n degree of o on.siskt ncy. fr Hes
quently absurdly friviat. After several 'ell t:ild and rigorouslty i;isisied upon
days together, as on shipboard, every nave been known tio pass current as
one is idle and talks about the mbst truth for cenu uries. often to the aunoy-
Onlmiportant matters with the deelwest ance and hiedlessness of those whoI
Interest. It. II. Milligau in a book' en- tried to set things right.
titled "The Jungle Folk of Africa" re- To lie is hutmrai to tell the truth in
counts with what complacency the possible.-Life.
conclusion was reached that the thir-
frn <('loi'i,"s should never have re-
~ev ciirs neverhavere- Coloring of a Water Srtake.
belled and that the blame was all on Among saks even pirial uriiI
the ride of Engl-and. Amoig sna.kes evln piiiI allduism
O ll, :v disclosed the is rare, wl ler wholly white individual -
On man, disclosed the are unknown. (Consi;herable hInterest
fact that lie always wi r; safety pins therefore attaches to :in a.coilit of a-
in11teod cf garters aind (des(alt"(ld upon
hIls preference with :n' h enthusiasm' c(onnlom wilaer snake of tme former
that he m ,lde at least one convert. 1t s ral i ktbt G jo. onni e T He ni
One niight we. put hi practice the l story jol e seci
principle if w'r.'hi' n. prf which Eo tmen, which was obtained i the nelgh
w ri n,1 ;i e of'(I -i .'m a r'um .t had borhlood f Berlin andl is pre zevrved 1I
arisen a.'1 ngW a s to which was the the museum of. thint (ity. Is not ailt
piere eltl'e y vt of tw I )i-1: ('iii gether colorless, although unlih of ti
more VImp'o of the two .une.ncy ssys-
terns. OdlIar. amd 'ent. 'r pounds, shIl- (coloring is v.t'my pale. On' he ha,-k a r'.
fn-s ad Ipee. At last, the cnptnhi a nuinber' of brownish red spots. Thier.
arr',:., v'e ((e' )id'd to refer theI c matP is also a l 11le oyellovislh ne lkba:d wit'
te" o hin 1 lad to surrender our judg- a blackish brown lmird behind it In
nent (o II- a.tr;it!ll- n. I le eye the iris lereets a number of
Thie crp'iln. a En F liriamn of the ..elhowish brown pigment spots, and
very stelid s< rt. after period of re- th p I '' drk rd Vr
fle.tion replied vtrv shlowl, and w'itly noteworthy is the fact that the tongue
'1 th ri jil o: is white instead of the normal b!ack.-
'1'und.sa shinllirs and I'e'(-e ts tIhe l, lel:d..
-'np'er sy'st;'n, foi" don't yofl know Different Ways.
that when y'niu are tld "the )price of :a hFewitt-I l'ave been pinched for
ti'i-'- lu (!' '; -'".l r" 't-' y(i nu always money lately.
hi t,' t > (""-Vort it I io Ounds, shil ,Iwiti \',ell. v-omnii hiv i'SifflT rentm
'n -s d mpen e." n wys of gelliii it. My wife kikses mp
There v-:is a lltti" I'j"ctlon to thf1: 1 when silh wnt,, t' nv
thmcor-. ,At i-' r I it "
m-ntt-.e.rlt tr so l-is aI the voyage
e-4flo.

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F- oA, -- -I.
Miss Maud a- i r, bsLeJ: oi uri
townsman -:~W. ~. sker, and their O l-lC O i
aunt Miss Caiver I1ft on tne Man-
teo, Tuesda(y; For heir home.in Pe- ,
oria, 11. Tey oc cottage all 'wint', -nd had a mos t
delightful time and expect to come I you think you need a tonic,
back in the near tire. ask doctor. If you thin.
The fam o he you need something for you-
The family of. Fn. t 1h, of.the blood, ask your doctor. If you
Bay Fish house, cEme on, last think you would like to try
week's Manteo. 1 Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsapa-
Rev. C L. Jo er rk tit to Cro- rilla, ask your doctor. Con-
manton last 'Thf sday, to officiate suit him often. Keep in close
at the wedding 02 R. J S tUtidebvk r touch with him ,
aid Mss Nina we pubHisour formula
rhos. Masker will hoari with V rs. j eb o
Russell, at the Brackin'ho:ne, after eo r zoout
A yer.a.","it your
his sisters departure'. oo,
Mrs. Lena Dobb'is visiting here Ask your doctor to name some of the
M s. Len o 9. v I, results of constipation. His long list will
this week with relativeS., begin with sick-headache, biliousness,
Messr',Carl Varli.- and A. Chand- dyspepsia, thin blood, bad skin. Then
ask him if he would recommend yo t
lee of Panama City !were pleasant using.Ay 's Pill,.g
callers in town on Monday. -a-b $efJ. c.Ayerco.. Lowe.I, Ma..--
Mr anfd Mrs. Pefle' ilon, who ill info ne tim
have spent the wi t re in thel-ir e and daglter
.... h .. .. lA a dda lte ,


to send the nil
their custom for se


as they have learneclIrom experli-
ence, that the summ n r time i. lar
pleasanter in Florida, than else-
where, therefore they will return
to St. Andrews, in tl fall for per-
manant residence. .
Mrs J. C. Duncanrand Miss Josie
Melvin, ot Millville, took a pleasant
drive to St. Andrews, last Stunday
morning, antd called qp Mrs. W. A.
Eminons.
The following among others, have
been during the paew week or still
ard guests at The, Oaks"-
A. F. Podenk, Pentneoln; J. T.
Dixon, MoLbile; D. .,. D smuke,
Southport; A. C.'Gadsden, Cairo,
Ga.; T. N. Lewis, Pensacola; H. W
Calias, of Mobile; ", s. J. M,. Ste-
vens and Emma McCatty, Dothan,
Ala.; Miss S. D. Farinin, Lakeland,
Fla.; L. F. Metcalf, Mobile; C. A.
Payne. and J. B. Mureklo, Jackson-
ville; J. L. Harrel, 14arianna,:Fla.;
W. H. Woodward, Pensacola;' Dr.
W. B. Spright, Evan. i4Mjss:; T. C.
Spright, Decatur,, a a.; W. A.
Byrne, St. Louis; ,.Aas. B. wood-
ruff, W. D. Smith, ,J. Wood and
H. M. Clark of Colhbus,Ga. B.
S. Hancock and wife, Pensaeola,;
Miss Anna Collierf Chipley, Fla.;
Dr. H. Ca w thon,j Deiniak Springs;
K E. .: -ittiv rgT Fla.: R.
F. Scarlett and J. B. Farrior, Chip-
ley. Fla.; T. J. Billups Richmond,
Va.; Marshall T. Wilson, Wash-i
ington. D. C.; Dr. W. J Jennings
wife, little son and Miss Ella Flow-
ers,-of Blakely, Ga.. lea3n guests at
"The Oaks" the pawt week, and
while the Dr. was called away by
his profession, his wife and Miss
Flowers are so delisted with St.
Andrews and The Oa that they
have taken rooms at The Oaks and


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Prompt Attention.
M. MOORE, Prqrietor.
BaY Front and Wyumlan Avenue.


suffered a very tack c f
Neu!aal2ia of the toniaRC
niglit of last week lie has suffice
ly recovered to go abcut again. -

Mrs. I li ; .i: .:i. I.lNvwat's tho'
Si.'e? .uic:-';-'Ti is ii lte i';dly Mli
f; )i p kin'" a '. It. '.: into thl' ribs
Cndey's' '.cut. a irs. I innesy- Ali. h',-
.shtoppld now! ;.1I]mos--No. fi)thiir.
h e's o.Jin' yet. I tlink ihe won't shtolr
tll: h2 strl.es th' hu:,e.- Exihauge.
A Liitle Slow.
"How's collections at your chrl'ch
Bruddt'r Shiinu "
"Well;,' W ain't nebber hald to stop
In de middle ob a collection to go an'
empty de box." Louisville Courici-
Journal.


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wholesystem tone and strength.
A prominent railroad superintendent at
Savannah, suffering with Malaria, Dyspep-
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feels as if he could live forever, itf he could
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Complaints, take
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Prickly Ash, Poke Root
and Potassium.
The best blood purifier in the world.
V. V. LIPPMAN,
Savannah, Georgia.

Pretty Thin.
"Thin!" repeated the man who wan
talking about a mutual acquaintance
"Well, he's so thin tha1t wfien he eat
inacaioni he 1 can only swallow it on
piece at a time!"
The Fun cf It.
Mother-Did you enjoy your i.
cream soda. Dickie.
Dickie-Yes, ma: thcru were sevei
other boys Icokin' through the window
at me.


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happiness, where sickniess; glyomy feelings and lassitude first pre vailed.
1 Mpood poison, mercurial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, dnd i.all bowl
and skin diseases, like blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers, etteI, et
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The Licorice Shrub.
16P ecoriee shrub is like the hazet.
Mmgm,*Lig o the hblglit of; four ofive
SW1ii'd the root is tie on lly part that
has value. It Is found tIn damp, sandy
places. chiefly along the hanks of riv-
ers around the Caspian sea. and is dug
by peasant women, who earn from 10,)
to 15 cents a d:1y working; for the
licorice collectors. The root sells for
a few cents a pound tn the raw state.
The larger part ts shipped in that con-
dition, tInt about 20 per cent of the
product is boiled and crushed, and the
juice ts made hnto the hard black paste
such as Cmin b[e .ought li the drug
stores. Inl 184S afti Itffin began to
cultivate ricorfee. ard i'.une that time
many people have adopted the Indus-
try be;:aure the enliivhted root c'on-
tains inn-h more 5:,j1 t ianI that of t(Ire
wild plant and ccsts very little more
The only""i T i-t ie'e v sa:r.t ?s to :i.ep
tl'e si ftl hi.tio'r d a::( \vct'l watered
The cuniviated if-( rhie' bri'g.s m-nsle
higher 'lrics i tfie mn r'.:ef ,: d pro-
duces a -.l'h .rre:iter (1uintity of
pasf' arcrtion -Chliicmgo I'ecord-
Hetrild.

Lirb Carryingr Rackets.
The l'rst lih:e carrying rockets were
Invented iiN 1821) by iln Etngli:.hman
named "r Int:: in-i ai:d wv tr;e soon
aftIr indmlplcd I y the .MVa-:achasett.s
flununane society fl'r use i2t )ts stations,
\v!wcri' l!i'y it r',; (ld v 'y -tccessgful.
ti a'lr.,'[ t: :'l y i .i 'w: r r-I''< ait' e -
"']ii:'vc'y at ffr l'!ro .vr.':t lhnes o0
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Stonebroke-I)o, you taink your -fa-
ther. would object to mily marrying
you? Heiress-I don't know. If be'd
anythfuig fike e he vi'ofdd
Then He Was Fired.
Father-I cannot give you my .tatUgb-
ter, my deo.r .i.r I iran i'-f.,ty ,par-
tfeuht;r i' 1 h Ihiir s -i'tf, r-Oh,
pshaw.: ', W. I am :: :c,( ij r the leu.st
so.-M'eggeidorfer Bhlitter.
F'reparing Robr.' Dacf:teaK.,
On a certain occasion I Isw ia stiariy
specimen of the tobi Ii ou. t01i40
.awn searching for proviAlon:s for hils
family of chnmlorou.s goruuinds. At
length, Iby tugglug an.1 perseveranre,
he swieeeded in extracting a tlosy
tuagleworm from the tgtigb'sWhrd, .an
was lakiug the effort to fly to' tlN,
nest wivt the prey. IuMt Mr. WVt;ru
rebelle.l. More I hn l'.*at. ifl writhed
and sturmuitl,' witll' tlle' gr*ate:'t e'u-
c.g;:. :':::dl t Ih li'hrd tVt bhad conc to
nI!a'. :;-'t n,;) bi'avely v;,t: hi danger of
fi:ndingHi 14i I'rcviA'o,1 so nuruly t.itt
he could not rc.wh l f Iame-wlth ilww.
[3iut lte ws not to be dIcfetltd so
easily. Stepping to t, (board wvilk
ne.'r by., he d1liber.itc. keg:lan to poundsm
Mr. Worm cowin upcn th(1 hmrd .rf..'.ce
will an remi)hl:tSis that b.dult fair to
finish aI Iprotes-;t, aun wrh;'il;g. .And
so it 6did. A -en l l)e: ks'. a J nut;t(nly
was the little follow'. beefsteak ready
for Ir Rrt;,tit i.'r. n it W w., rem.',y
I)iu::Ci f.r t r hI;r,''e". -i. i:i' lh r '
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The Saving

Of Bobble.

By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN.

Copyrighted, 1909, by Associated
Literary Press.
0


The Roberts' house party had bee
voted a success, It began on Frida
Alght, and now that Sunday dinner
Was over the fortunate guests wer
bewailing the fact that the morin
ofn would see them all back in tow
again.
Robert Livingston, however, was Tc
so sure that his visit had been alt(
gether a successful one. He was dei
perately In love with Hulda Roberts,
This was no secret, fer Robert ha,
beeff gallty of relating his infatuatloi
to every one who would listen to th
harrownig tale' tot the past four years
The story wa's interesting to Roberi
so why not to others?
The one cload eon his hoFlzon, ait
this a cloud Which the brightest sum
shine could not blot out, was Carltoz
Carruthers. There he was even now
when the prectous moments were (
few, dangling over thi' slider of th
pfano& at which Hulda wa's pflyiln
0oftry.,
Carlton CarrutfrwtB was likewise it
love with Hulda, but he had nevea
mentioned the fact to any one as yet
not even to Hflda herself.
Livingston leaned against the man
telpiece and surveyed tfle scene. Evi
dently a plan had occurred to him, fo
he suddenly walked over to the pfino.
"Hulda, don't you think it would, I
a fine stunt to go for a short wall
after that henivy dinner?" he suggest
cd, absolutely Ignoring Carruthers.
"Hardly in this toggery/' Huld:
laughed in reply.
"What have. you agatlist Mhs Rob
erts, old mar7?" Interrupted Carruthers
".that you should Invite her for a strol
in the snow- clad in a decollete gowi
and paper soled slippers?"
"Well, to be frank," admitted lfvifng
stone, "I was thinking only of you."
"Of me?" echoed Carruthers.
"Yes. You see, I wanted to speak t<
Hulda for a moment, and I knew you
O't<'t.ete'd the cold, so I suggested golng
out of doors to get rid of you."
He was irresistible, and all three of
them laughed.
"Livingston," said Carruthers, "I'l
make a bargain with you. I'll go uI
in the library and smoke for just on<
hour, then I'll come back and clailu
Miss Roberts, and you to go to the II
brary for an hour. What say you?"
"Gentlemen! Gentlemen!" cried IIll
da. "How do you know that I could(
stand either of you for one whole
hcur?" -
But Carruthers was gone, and thern
was nothing for her to do but sta
with Livingston. Together they went
Into time great hall and curled pp on ar
old settle before" the open fire. The
other members of the party hrd settled
down Into peaceful groups.
Most 4f the men had congregated itn
Mr. RIoberts' study and were in a heat.
ed debate over politics, while the wo-
men were seated cozily about thc
drawing room talking ever the same
things that women always do discuss
when the men are not about--clothes
and servants.
.ulia felt something brush by hei
rkirts and, loaning over, saw her fa-
VTrite Angora cat purring at her side.
Tenerly she picked the animal up in
her nr'ns. ..
"Bobnby. dear." she cooed to it.
"IPf( ffI rilTrstand you aright?" ex-
fl'intc I hvf'iuritofl.'
"I wasl splleakig to the cat." reprov-
r l IIu'd'. "Ills name -is Itobinson
V..4 tsoe, but we call him Bobbie for
Miort." '*-- ....
"Yeu will forgive me, Huila, won't
you?" apologi-'e' Livin.gston as he
rprvouslv pulled at his perfectly fitted
collar. "Int you must remiembler that
my mine 1I lob'!le. A!,:d. IIldna." he
toill.tued as he leaned a little closer
to fiber. "y ,rctff think you could ever
tomi to think of mue as Bobble dear?"
"Why, IMr. Livlugston"- began
IHuld:t.
"Could you ever care as much foi
me ns for'-
"Yout have no rlrht to d(rag Mr. Car
Imfffier- into tii.." Interrupted Hulda
"He is nothing to me."
"I was P.t thinking of Carruthers
I meant coul.l :y:n ever care as mucl'
fir me ps for l? 'inson Crusoe? D<
.,lu think"--
"I thitk we "re sitting. too near the
fire and th:' t it Is high time that Bob-
le was in bed like all other decent
eants," answered Hiilda as she gath-
ered lhe Angrrn into ber ar-ns an<
rose from the settle..
"Tur I th( u-bt that c-ts never slep
at nlfhbt?" inquired Livingst n, trying'
'ila hide his (hagrn I.
"These are ouly efrt (tits," in
f-'rtmcd IHu'da. "'lea-e ta'-e B b'I>h


Pnd give him to the mail, won't you.
And. you need not hurry bi-k." sh(
added. Before Livingston could remon-
strate the huge gray b-ll of fur was
thrust Into his arms.
Hulda then curled up a--atn in th,
corner of the retti". To her the house
party was a dire failure. Tht rersist
ent Robert Livingston hid again pro
posed, and here was she eating her
leart out fcr Carlton Carruthers, wh",
would rather smoke a (Igar than talk
to her. Just then Carruthers appeared
on tBe stairs.
"Ah. there you are!" he cr:ed as he
discovered her alone. "So Livingston
deserted you before the hour was up.
Pretty hard. My, my, but you must
Bare made ft disagreeable for him!
Mfay I sit upon the vacant throne?" he
asked' as he seated himself at the
other end ef the bench.
For an hour or more Carrtflters and
lnlda talked In a& low "ore and were
utterly oblivicus that other inhabit-
ants Lired on the globe. The whole
world seemed Ihefi and the t- ought
of other even exLting wou:d hare
marred the rt-tune.
Suddenly the docr leading to the
lack of the heuse was thrust o-'en
and the maidservants came dashing
ttLrou-;h n .-wild C(lreer. cue a'ter th?
*thOr. yellin-: "Firt! 'Sive me! Mur-
der!" tc. The Jl-clr appeared en thb
scene fn-'redic.tely after them and
made straligtior Mr. Robefts.,
S" rnaont .41 wss..eonfuston. Mrs.


Ito orts t:ld to cuint the women
guests, while mcst of the men made a
dash for the l:itchen. Carruthers hesi-
tated as hlie felt Hulda grasp his arm
tightly.
He looked down into the blue eyes
and the' rosy lips which had just made
him so happy' when sffddenly from out
of the helyens he seemed to fall to
earth witl a sickenifng thud.
"Oh, my Bobblef ily dear. dear Bob-
ble! Save him, some oia' ecried Hulda.
Carruthers looked .t' the girl once
more to make quite sure the" cry came
from her. There was no mistake. She
wanted t.fv~ngston.-
"Where he?" demanded Car-
ruthers huakfry.
"Oh, he's in the kitchen. Save him,
please do, for my sake!"'
Carruthers waited for no more. Ills
heart was foo fnff, hisg brain whirling.
Past the frightened women, down the
long corridor that ld to tfie kitchen,
brushlitig maid.- aide, h l strode to
save his rival', Bobble Livingston.
As lie reached the kitchen fie found
the men had put out the slight confla-
gration and that it amounted to noth-
ing. Bu't ]Livingston was not in sight.
Turning to Mr. RoLerts, he asked for
him.
"Oh, Llvin-tcu wa;T fi.ure ju3t a mo-
ment ago,!" sald :.Ir. l'o,.-r 'iut 1
thik fid said hA6' s"o% .. :* a |
walk." ti
STh- men Mnll rturncd
part of tfe lio'loue. assf-u.:'lig th
that Il was nothing. Carruthers we.
SoTer to Uulda.
"'lw ere's Eobbi?." she askc.d, with
*rc-at (ot cil cr:T. 'f.
S"lHe's gone"- began Carriherr
"Oh. r. &s.109,- 0r eaR .ibbl?'." 1w. 7
[Iuldn, not allowfig hinm fo flnt.il his
sentence. Then something brushed her
skirt again, and. with a scream of de-
Sli'ht, she pIlokcd up the cat.
"You. told me fie wa's golne," she said
re roach'itrl''y to Carruthers as she
ihu gcd the fluffy ball to her breast.
"Is that the Bobble you sent me
for?" gasped Car .thers.
"Of course It is,' Hulda answered
rather sharply. "Who did you think I
sent you for?"
I "Why, Bobble Livingston," weakly
replied Carruthers as he mopped the
perspiration from his brow.
Hulda hugged the cat for just a min-


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In Real Esta !.
The Buoy Has For Sale
The Southwest Quarter of tihe 8,.,n
*,,West Qu.lart o p Sef i,,,i
S,,ulh H. al of ih0. So,, I
tar il Sect ion 2. row nshi i1 '
ItRange 14 west.
Li, s About One Mle North
east of Miliville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Plice

TITLE PERFECT!
A p irtion of thii laind hai beeii
in cnltivation ii lines iasi; h t i'-,
and hal beon lyii,.g idie for some year,.

A Git EI Baria, if Talii
At Once.
Apply at or Address.
TH1E BUOY, St. Andrews Fla.


ute as she smiled. 'Then suctileily slide
turned serious and put hif'l cn the
floor. She quietly sa down by Car-
ruthers, and quite low in his ear she
whispered:
"And you went in there to save Bob-
ble Livingston beetcuse I asked you to,
and you believed afll the time that-
that"-
"Wlhn. else could .J h1"elve when you
were screaming to have some one st.ve
yur deal, dear Bobble?"' sked Carl-
ton.
"Well, dedf, dear. Carl, I love you
better than I did before the fire, if
that could possibly be."' whispered
Hulda. And once more the earth was
Inhabited by two people only.,

An Interesting Beck.
A French mariulise w'houwe country >
kouse is crowded with guests during
the hunting season lilt upon the origi.
nal Idea of placing a register ait the
disposal of her visitors in which to
re(orj their deesires and criticisms
The -aget c.f the richly bound boo'
soon began to be ovove1l with notes
such as:
"Count de I. still owes 25 louis. He


knows to whom."
"The green peas yesterday
burl't.d."

V6 I, h ie." -


were


t 14 posi o predict from lie hli
of 1:. ~- frin of their children's
,hl, vo blu:.' eycd, stral.zilh Ii ircd
Ofeilv'ets will Irive only blue eyed
straight haired children. Two wn.y
haired parents may have straight.
wavy or curly haired children, but the
chances of curly hafr are slight. Two
etwtly haired parents may have chil-
dren with either straight, wavy or
curly hair, but the proportion of curly
haired offspring will probably be large.

LEGAL NOTICES,
NOTIiCE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville,Florida,
March 20, 1969..*
NCTICE is hereby given thc Mantd E. Pittmarif
f Marianna, Florida, who. on March 3, 1909.
made Timber and Stone Application, Serial, No.
01264, for SWY, Section 3,2, Township i North,
Range 14 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed
notice of i'nienton to make Final Timber and
Stone Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Clerk of the Circuit Coutret,
at Vernon, Florida, on the ist day of Jftne, 9go9..
Claimant names as witnesses:: A. G. Purdy,
James S. Gardner, W. H. Stoudemeyer of Foun-
tain, Florida, H. W. Johnson, of Panama City,
Florida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Cffice at Gainesville, Florida
April 24, 1909
Notice' t hereby given that Samuel Braboy, of
Enconfina, Florida, wfid, on February 4, 1904,
nrude Homestead Entry, N6. 33696, (Serial Num-
ber 02%s6) for SW 4, Section 1g. Township i
Smuth, Range 13 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make Final five year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above de-
scribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at
Vernon, Florida, on the 2nd day of June. 1oo9.
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. M. Porter, of Bennett,. Florida, George Ba'r-
ber, Peter Hobby and We. R. Gainer of Econfina,
Florida, HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land. Office at Gainesville, Florida,
April 24, 1909.
NO rICE is hereby given that Barney 1e ng.
of Southport, Florida,rwho, on February 23, 1904,
made Homestead Ent,y, No. 33869. (Serial Num-
ber 02425) for SE Y Section 24, Township
South, Range s5 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make Final Fiv-e Year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above de-
scribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at
Vernon, Florida, on the 3rd day of June, igog.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George G. Morrell, of Noles, Florida, Sam
Clay, Jeff Watson, and Joe Talbert, of McMillan,
Florida, V HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
L. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida,
April 24, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that Louisiana M.
Porter, of Bennett, Florida, who, on March, 1904,
made Homestead Entry, No. 33893, (Serial Num-
ber 02440) for NY of SEY and SEY of SEY,
Section 24, Township i South, Range 14 West,
Tallahassee Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, at Vernon, Florida, on the 2nd
day ofiJune, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
B. M. Cox, J. M. :Porter, and J. B. Brown, of
Bennett, Florida, and Samuel -Braboy, of Econ-
fina, Florida. HENRY.SSCHUBB, Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
March 6, 1909.
A sufficient contest notice having
)een filed in this office by L. H. John-
aon. contestant against homestead en-
try No. '34073, made April 8, 1904, for
lots 1, 2, 6 and 7, (or nei section 8, town-
ship 2s, range 15w; by Jesse Dupree,
contestee, in whi'chidtis alleged that
.said Jesse Dupree has wholly abandon-
ed said tract; that he has changed his
residence therefrom for more than six
months since making said entry; that
said tract is not settled upon and culti-
vated by said party as required by law,
and that his absence therefrom war
not due to his employment in the
Army, Navy or Marine Corps of the
United States in time of war. S .id
parties are hereby notified to appear,
res 0 nd and offer evidence -touching
said allegation at 10.oselock a. in. on
April 27, 1909, before the clerk of the
circuit court at his office in Vernon,
Florida, (and that final hearing will be
held at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 11,
teor and Rocelver
-" gttice il


forth factsWfifcti snowTrVtiatte aun
diligence personal series of thlts no-
tice can not be made, it is he-reby or-
dered and directed that suclh notice be
given by due and proper publication.
SHIELDS WARREN, Receiver.
PROOF OF PERSONAL SERVICE.
State of Florida-County of Washington.
L. H, Jahnson, being first duly sworn
on his oath says that I.e served the
within notice 1YVdeliveringa true copy
thereof to each of the within-named
contesteps at the following-named times
and places, td-*it: To Jesse E. Dapree,
by registered mail, one at Sopthjiort,
Florida, and one at Murfee, -Florida, on
March 19, 1909. L. H. JOHNSON.
Subscribed cand sworn to' before me
this 19th day of Mar,.h, 1909.,---'---
William A. Emimons { seal. }.
Notary Public. ----
My com. expires November 9, 1911.


OR MG. MITCHELL

DRUGS, MEDItINES and TOILET ARTICLES.
COMMERCEE ST EF\ST OF WARE'S STORr

OtccKo mew-,


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity,

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Olers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews ant
Surrounding Country.
May be (oubd at residence on Buensu Vista avenue at!nighlt.


LEGAL NOTICES.

NOTICE FOR PUBLIOATIOE.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Offlee at Gainesville, Fla.
April 2, 1909.
Notice is nereby given that Jite L. Bm-
chaian of.. Westbav,. Florirha, wiho. il
Marci 3,1904, made Homiestead E.tr v
No, 33913,,( erial No. 0244) for st- o't
wi and nwal), of swY4 section 23 town-
ship 2s4itli, ritar re 16 west, Tallahasse
Meridian, has filtd notice of inte nation lo
make ftnal five-year proof, to eslablislh
claim to thre lauidabove described, lefote
the clerk of tIhe circuit court, at Vernion,
Florida, on the 121h day of May, 1909
Ciiinia-iit nilimes is witInesses: A. W.
Lee, M. W. C. Rodgers, and D. J. Vinson
of WestW Florida, and Jessee Sowela
of z.i Ai.dTtwso, Florida..
HtNRY S. CI'uBB, Register.
J' Editor's fee paid.

-NOTICE FOR FUBLICATIO.
DtPARTMENT OF TIvEINTERIOR.
U. S.. Laid Office at Gainesville, Fiorida.
S Apri'i 2, 1!'909,
Notice-4s hereb'v given that Alonzo
Z. Byrd, of South:port, Floida. who, on
Feluruarv 25,1904,..made H.mestead Entry
No. 33N7t', (Sei ai Numl.er 0243J) for ey,
of nej section 5', ownship 2 soath, range
14 west, Tallahassee Meridian. has filN
Oulice ohA)tmntioi make final five-year
Pr r thf,- liih elaiin-t-, hO leIt d ,,h....


mes as witnesse: -v '


Ifoat 11 of Sutlhport, Baotrid!a
1'' 1 I.b1BB, Register.
s fee p:iid,

N FOR PUBLICATION.
S LA FF ICE at Gainesville, 'Ploida.
,,March 2o,. 1969..
NOTICE reby giin that Lee Boyd, o
Southport, da, who, on February 25, 1904
made Home Entry, No. 33876, (Serial Num
ber 02430) i2 of NE[i, Section 21, Town
I ship 2South, ange 14 West, Tallahassee Menri
dia'n, has filed notice of intention to make Fjna
five yeas Prot, to establish claulr to the land
above descfib, before the Cletk of the Circui
Court, at Vernin, Florida, on the 7th day of May
T909.
Claimant natoes as witnesses: Jack Brown
Wiliam L auca Thoma- Tiller and Archie Gainer
allot Sou Lhpi. Florida,
71 HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
L(
NOTIeE FOR PUBLICATIONN.
DN.P TMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U. S. Lat.ndillice at Gainesville, Florida.
r April I0,. 1909.
Notice ig'her.elbyviven that Pual Ross
.of Southl or'l Florida, who, on JTllnuary
25. 1901 ,iade Homestead Entry, No.
3364S (S.ral Numbler02335) for 4 orf e
of neli amnd of sa -Section 17. Town-
ship 2 soiai I'Rngi 14 twest, Tallenasest
Me. imli.i, las filed notice of intention tc
im-uke fin. l five-year proof to est iblisli
cliim io thIe land above described., before
the clerk oft the circuit court at Vernon
Florida. oni' Ili le 9lih day of May, 1909.
C'laininiiltnames ait witnesses: C. A.
Wilkllynim, %. A.,lRobins. J.. H. Lyon, and
J. C0- Brolin, all of Southport, Florida.
1I F.nRY S. CHUBB, Register.
Ei1Edor's fee paid.

NO'TC FOR PUBLICATION.
i DERA*MENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S.. IL-AND %FmCE AT GAINESVILI.E, FLA.,
N ic i Ma-c h 6, 1909. i
Notice is rel.v given that Julia A.
Johnson, of kiaiima City, Florida., who,
on JalinuarlyTi 19909, Irn fe t tinim r iaind
stone A ilic&tion, eria'l!to,.01191, for
nel., section 2, township hi, -range 14
west, Tkliassee A\leridiau, har.filed no-
titJL 1 tinalher and
sloatrc l'i ta'l"st l c.inm to thlie laind
.lIove deseriti d. Ieforo the clerk of tlie
circuit oulrt- .VernoIi, I'liorida., on tlhe
2'2d day ofMi, ,1909.
Claimruaint ianies as witnessF,;. e, S.
3. dner, A1G.. Putihiy, W. H. i'td.ld-
inayerof rVintaiin, Florida, aw.t W,
John.-on, o anana CDitvy, Florid;it *
ENRYii S.CumiaM.iW ,ge te-r.


U. S. I.. .n

Notice i
Job hnsi.
oal Jan i.
S'Old Ap
iiw14 of a
14 west,
notice of
and stone
land abo
thle aceui
thl 22.1 d:
Clailna
Gard np.r
inayer, of
Gardner


SOl, PiTPLICATION.
uni nt of the bnitrio'i .
PrFICK AT GAIXESVIl.LE., FLA.
Alarci'e 1909.
ierebvy given that Ho'nv W.
Paniima City, Florida, who,
S6. 1909, mIade tinher .rind
cation, Serial No. 01193, l'for
Jion 2 townshin 1 south, range
,aliassee M ridian. has filed
e'tlion to make final tinmber.
roof to etablislr clain to the
esblriled hefoie tlie. clerk- of
ourtat V\erion. Florida, on
of May, 1909.
nales as wtaine;ases: J. R.
; G. Purdy, W. H. Staou(ip
ou itain, Florida, and,J. IVW.
failu.ma City, Florida. .
HENRY S. CH d BB, Register.


NO' E FOR PUBLICATION.
D irtment of the Interior.
U. S. La Office at G.iinesville, Fla.)
arltrclh 6, 1909.,'
Notice hrelhy given that Jites S.
G ;iidiicit 1 F..l'ait'iiia, l"ioridi., w io, oil
Jtla.liii Y!49 lii:l ade tliihl vr imand stitle
Apolic. ai, Serial, Ni,. 01192, for nwi",
twectioln towiishlp 1 south, rantige 14
we.t, Tal hassee Mieridian, has filed no-
tice o. i nti n tJ'nomke final timber :ind
stone p- if, to establishl chliim to the
land .bda described, before the c erk of
the circt. court., at Vernon Florida on
the 21jt Rav ot May, 1909.
iiL yt iaimpis ai witnsep.es: A. G.
l'ur W. Nixon, W. H. tutudimav-
b "r, < .a)0 tjs.Floridna. and H. 7...olihn.
nai Gjty, Florida. ",
'HENRYI CLBB, Rpgisl er.


OffMice at Gai tsvine.Flat.,

.e erely given tnat J. W:.lAsou
aitallia Cityv, Fl ridai, who,
8, 1909, made itilner land.,
at ioni, Belial, No. t1]194, for
i 2, toisnip 1 southl, rang',
p, filed notice of intention to
littj4imbler and stone proof, to es-
i cllli to the land above deserib-
h.r the cle.ik of the circuit court,
irion, Florida on the 21st day oft
509.
linuit names as witnesses: A. G.
HW H Sto-udemayer, J. S. I.ard-
if iUnttintin, Florida, and HI. W.
o '6f Panania City, Flor-da.
I HENRY S. CHUBB, llegister'.

ICC FOR P.JAdI'ATION.

0lce at Ga.iesville, F at.,
March 6, 1933.
I e hermeby given that Hattye E.
r of Chiplev, Florida, who, on
v', -lq90', madee tiinbe'r alim stone
'til, .'SeriialI, No 0127:o, for swv-
I towne-hip I south, rangc 14
Ssi.e, Me iiiaii, has filed lie-
'i ,tion fo mak, finu l t ilalm er l aiid
Mio esthlalia h claim to the ltnd id
ja ibed bhef re theclerk of ithe
AIrl. it' Vernon, Floi'lit, In the
i May, 1909.
A m ie S alWl Vi fwfes: .|. S
H, Stoidenavecr, .A. G.
of' pFounatali, D. V. Gardner of
l V Fior da.
'v Ry ll S. CHLe.B,Register..


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DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
ao ice6 is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold1 at pub-
1Tic atuetion oft the 7th nay of June, 1909, at the East door of the Bank of
St. Andrews ila,. or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount of
the tow tiltes herein set opposite to -the same together with the cost of such
sale and advertising, Tbown T'axes for'the Tawn of St, Andraws, Fla., for.. 1908.
C L, ARMSTRO040G, Town Tax Collector.

TO WHOM APtp
DESCRIPTION > nd ax
ASSESSED. Costs


SBayes, W 4.......
McKenzie, RL....


Morinr, Edw'n W
Russ, M W estate.
,Coffman, J D.....

Sim'apsoil, J D1.....

Thompson, G B..
Simpson, J D.....
Powers. Cora....
Prather.Eliz'bethi
Simpson, J D.....
Powers, Cora....


Powers,
Powers,
' Pokver.s,

Pot' ers.


Cora.
Cor'a..
Co~ra
CJorat


.3impsonf, -o us; ..
'Simpson. J 1).....
Simple. Nastor M.
Unknown... ....
Pond, Mrs. C K..
Unknown ......:..
Thompson, G B..

Unknown ........
Sheppard, A A...
Blount, Mrs A H.
Unknown ........
Coffman. J D.....
Smith, Wm......
Unknown .......
Ui.known ........
Urn known........


swl ofl nwi of 5s i....... 30
ei ofswi of swi of sw
and wi of sei of swi of
swi. and wi of net of
sei of swi ............ 3i
lots 1, 2. 7, 8, swi ....... 6
lots 1 and ,. Swi........ 6


sw i ............. ....... 6
lots 11l, 14, 1 5, 16, 17,
18. 19 and 20,. si...... 35
lots 8 and 10 si.1...... ,.
lots 17, 19 and 20 si.... 35
loti 11 and 13 si... ,.-. 35
lot 15 s ..... .... 35
lots 16, 17.19 and 20 si. 35
lots I to' 6 inc and lots
8, 11, 12 and 14 si. 35
lot 9 si................ 35
lots 9. 19 and 20 94..... .P
lotQ 13 Io Ii, inelan ve :.

. . . . . 35



lots 5 and 26 ........35
lots 15,16. 17 and 18 sw :6
lots 4, 5, 6. 7, 8 & 9 swi 36
lot 5 sw ..... ..... 3
lot 10swi...... ...... 36
lots, 45, 6, 7, 12 and 13
set .... ............ 36
lots 15,.16.17 ad 18 se 36
lots 8 and 9 n,5,7 .......w 36

lots 8, 9,10 and 7,12 and e 1
lot 9 net............... 36
lots 17 and 18 nwi ..... 1
lot il set .............. I
lots I and 3 net........ 1I
lot 15 swi.............. 36


Coinpitosu ov vh he. Law.
A certain well known MuobiLUi laWyer..
'Who was lame anid h'ad something of
a reputation as a fighter, was at one
time attorney in a suit that caused
much ill feeling. He won the suit for
his ellent, and the loser vowed venge'
aslee. "I'D pursuance of that same," In
the language of Truthful James, ho
one day went into the lawyer's office
nind subjected him to a tirade of abuse
that would have caused a salt water
captain to die from pure envy, sucft
was his talent in vituperation.
The lawyer answered him nothing,
to the surprise of two or three men
who were present, but. getting out of
his chair. began to hobble backward.
His enemy, thinking -he. -was retreat
f g, followed hit r ffp. with more abusa
and thrStftening gestures. The law-
yer's foot finally struck against the
wall, when he suddenly straightened
ftp and. saying *Gentlemei.- I call ofr
yort to witness thlaf on account of thif
wall f hfave retreated as far as possi-
bl' (the general Inw of homicide).
drew out a Derringer and shot his op-
poneit.
At the trial he was i'qquitted, his
witnesses being the m~i present at
the time of the killing. who testified to
the lawyer's having retreated as far
:is possible.

With Interest.
- "Yes, I know that certain passen-
gers object to, tippfig on' principle; but.
speaking for myself, I believe in it,'
remarked a ruddy faced old man in
the corner of a third class smoker. "It
is only right to reward courtesy, and 1
always make it a point of giving the
guard of thills train sixpence when he
comes to see If I'm all right, although.
I'm only a poor man."
The other passengers, not to be out.
done, thereupon dived into their pock-
ets, and when the guard popped his
head inside the door a few minutes
later ho fouid himself overwhelmed
w ith silver coins. .. -- I..
An hour passed, and the passengers
got out one by one until the old man
was left facing a spruce commercial
traveler, who leaned toward hin'lrcon-
fidentially and asked him how he could
afford to give the 'guard sixpence ev-
ery- time he took a journey.
"Oh." don't worry yourself about
that,'7 responded the old man. "I dare
say I shall get it back with interest."
',Iiow will you?"
"T'he gulird is a son of minue!"-Lon-
don GloLe. ,


The Lady and the Sheep.
Some of the members of the Britisb
legation were talking about the late
shalh of Persl., .
"When the shah wa's tn London,"
l'aid a young man. "he amused him-
self nt a dinner pnrty at a dni'l r si-
denwe in Par'k lane b)y appraisllug the
beauty of .the IdlPes present In nuim-
1 her of sheep. Thi'i for "a blond (.,unt-

said he
--M P 'Ma peeress
MR. gi


250 sheep. an4 so ohn.
"Finally the shah came to the benutil
ful Mrs.. Willie James. Everybody
,-1Pf*(d1 in anxious silence to hear the

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IZtlPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U.S '. Land Office at Gidnesville, 'flia.
: April 10,1909.
Diotice is hereby given that Alice Pot-
ter, widow of James Potter, deceased, of
Southport,'Florida, who, on February 4,
1904, made Homestead Entry, No. 33b95,
(Set-al No. 02355) for nwY section 19.
towiskPri 1 south, range 13 west, Talka-
ihassee Meridian, has filed notice of intein-
ulifn to make final five-veir proof to es-
tahli.-h li claim to the land above de.-cailrd,
Ihttore ;iit clerk of Ithe circ iit coiat rl, at
V'lrnoti,. Florida, oln the 19thadav of Miv,
1 i<9. "
k Ia:ii in:wt nial'n, as witunes.-e-: Sim
Braibov. Pe-etfe Haiav-vi, D-ive n:irve', andl
Sivin EEaster, nal of Econfina, Florla.i,
HItNRY S. CHVIBs, fRegisre:.
IW'l itor's fee paid,


FRENCH FENIALE
I liJ Iifil PILLS.
A Skzs, CERTAIN RXLIKF for SVPPRsssoD mlfS'*IU0SN.
NIhEI KNOWN TO FAIL. Safe! SRrel Speedyl Sai8s-
fac5'en Guaranteed or Mondy Refunded. Sent prepaid
fofi(.00 per box. Will send titkmon trial,to bc paid for
when relieved. Samples Free. If your druggist doe act
have 'em erd your orders to the .
UNSSTto OMEDICALCO.,wBox 74, LAcawozi.R. P0.

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old heathen, state her value lu sheel,.
for she was thi'Tfg fff fo 1e the most
beautiful woman Ili Ltoid( n.
"The'shah looked at Mrs.l Jnms ten-
derly. He -hook his he"d and sighed.
"'This lady.' he said. 'is out of the
question. Neither I nor any other man
In the world owns as minny sheep a.w
she Is worth.' "

Snubbing- a*Snob.
Jasmin. the G 'on poet and barber
once treated'a ric! snob to tihe' snub-
bing he reserved. Jasimin had been
reciting his poems f,'r the benefit of
the poor and ha;d afterward been es
sorted In triunlmphal procession t)o hi
hotel. Next morning while he was still
in bed some one knocked at th" door
and a vulgau im' lt.'l entered and In
stalled himself ift lhui invitation in la
'h:: ir. '
"My dear Jasmin." said he patron
Izingly. "I am ai liink ir. a milllion;tre
as you know. I wish yoti to shave inm
with your own hali.d. Please set tt.
work at once, for I -aiIm pressed for
time. You can ask what you like fol
your troVible."
"Pard n me, sir." said Jamhin. wit'.
pride '"1 shave for pay at houtn
only."
"What do you say?"
"It fs true. sir. I shave for pay onlil
-It home."
"Conle. cone! You.enre jesting. I
caiiiot be put eff. Make your charge
what"'you like. but shavo nme."
"Again I say. sir, It Is Impossible."
"How Impossible? Isn't it your
trade" *'
"It is. but at thIs moment I am not
disposed to exer'ise.et."
In spite of reiewk'9 bribes and en-
trea'ti.s Jasmin renrined firm. and the
millionaire went away fnshaved,

Hicks' Story.
It was in-1847 that Hicks first made
a county name as a witty raconteur.
i In that year Sir Samuel Spry. who had
been member for Bodmiu since the
great reform bill, lIst his .seat and I17
a petulant mood took legal proceedings .
against Hicks ou the ground that ho'
had. abused his o fluence voteLrs ;at the poll. In the
course of their trial' Hicks was called
I upon to state what he had to say in-
his defense. In the course of his state-
ment he asked lWave of the court to
illustrate his position by a story. His
request beiug assented to, he related
i how a few days previously he had
been to see a lad whom he knew well
vho was laid up from a fall from a
-*cious donkey, which had kicked out
ill his front teeth. The lad, said
'ticks, had taken the matter In the
iucst k-indly way and had said to him.
'Tisn't the fall. Mr. Hicks, and 'tisn't
the valley of the teeth what annoys
me, but 'tis the nashty, ghastly.
wiV-hons disposition of the jackass."
Sir SaRmuel 8pry sprang up.in the
well of the court in a fury and ex-
Snlllmed, "He has called me :n ji'k-
ssl. The court w as eoinvl ed witt
.ng'hter. :nid fKoks w:as iproniptrl. and
u'ly ncaqir'ited' of'ffe trni'per(y ,hargp
.ronugh lt against hinll.-Cornrihill Maga-
.iie.

A Grateful Man.
"WVheuiever 1I, look at illy wife," saic
the husband of thie celebrated futtest
woman ql eartt.- "I feel. that I have
a great deal to be thankful for."-
<'0.;irano-yr ,rmlinn


44 the Debt Was Collected.
In the home of a certain influentlag
family they rose one morning to flndl&
that no breakfast had been prepared, '
even the kitchen fire had not been rV
lighted. Upon investigation the cook-
Was discovered peacefully reclining 1it
bed. ,
"Are'you ill?" Inquired the mistress.
"Not at all. I feel quite well," was
the surprising response, but still no
persuasion would induce her to arise.
After a time the doctor was sent iOr.
He put to her his usual questions, 6ltt
the girl insisted that she felt perfectly'
well. -
"If,. fs you say. you are not ill," Sti
the m'ltt of pills and potions, "then ft
tme In' Oonfidence why you won't gel
up and go to work."
"Well.'E said the girl, resolutely,
"these people owe me $25. and I Woni't
stir uffftil-they pay it."
"Dor you think you'll get It quicker
by stayffg in bed?" asked the doctor.
"I most certainly do.," she- replied
with Ia ram of the eye that expressed'
determifnetion to fight it out on that
line if it took all summer.
The doctor, advancing, said: t'it
over affd stay there. That's the iply
way yofl~l get it. They owe me Oft"
-Natlonafl Magazine.


MarriaVe In Japan.
A Jar.phese.l4qb J&,
one w e. al fompy s'siay
much Lbore serious matter than w
us. Either the husband must boe Am-
ally adopted into the family ol'the
wife of the wife into the family,"O the
husband, the couple being absorbed
Into one family and subject fof fts
discipline. As a rule, this cflitom
weighs more heavily on the bride'lfian
on the husband, for she must not in'Ty
obey her husband, but every mianber
of his family of an older genefttton
than himself: hence a young wbi m~
ofteft longs for old age. so tha s'he
may wield. authority over the yotaoger.
generations. To bring about a. a'r-
riage iJ Japan an intermediary Is.ap-
p, lffte'f, whose duty it is to Intrbduce
the parties and to look to evety- ;r-
ran.emcnt of the wedding. lfe- Ye-
mnilns throu-gh life, the guide, ptifos-
opher and friend of the married Ytsa-.
ple. who refer all matters, all imisuir-
derstandlngs, to his counsel, Pear


For Sale!
We offer tor sale a *strip fromtilbw
south side of the north half po thie
northv'st quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, rutminlirg.
from the school house to Watsonblayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Wilt be,
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lota.
The price asked will be accorditag to.
tno'atlon. W A.- MMONO -0

TWO MAPS.
ONE DOLLAR FOR
A M1A l' OIF ST. AN D)IEW (,c'ry
30x50 inches, correctly pltlatet at I
.l wig :111 all the more itnilillim. i't
buildiligs-is of great value tfoWlny.-
oinc o'ntenipilating )ilurchiasig proi
,'t i in ti n It. it tcOV a all a int f,,,r
i l's df tr' i.astl line, extetin!ilg axif ..
"a ni't fir'tii I)y r's I' jl.t t(, Rn ,ai ,
ite1ing O(11 St. A nmrer-I rr---t:,
rappolin ing territt'i inlainl. I'ih-.
'ne Dollar, at the ilJUOY Offitr.
Also
FIFTY TE;NT's FOR
A SEC'(TIONAL 1MA I' OF1 'I'lE S
ANDREWS iAY COUN I'ry,
Showing all fIie lar.d.- i.,poset, iol lIty
(lie Cincinnati Ulnimpany, alst). l|,rnrei'*
Harrisoln, rI arker. O(rniann i ii
alji( nt. colnltry. T11et l;tt of tlih
lots is not si, wn. unt liy tli, n a ;l of
t ib s malp tile apr.'..xi ai raily % .1 is ean ily a-lteiniiiiled. P l ite,
Filly Ceints, at tie lPnoy Offie'.
:illiei nalsp will Le snlt bly t ladtl, o
an l a llrls or, reIceit of t lie price.


i Anre~araonteed4it uuse'
PILESupposr
., ?latt. Thompson, Snp't
Graded Sc..iols, StlalrTillB, Wf. ., writes: "I 0 say
they do all you Claim for their Dr. S. D. evorre,
Ravon Rook, W. Va., writes; T*yh gire unlversalals.
faction." Dr. H D. i)eG(ll,C larksbrg, Te/ n., writes:
In a practloe of 23 years I htfe found no rrpldy to
equal yours. Pitle, 59 rs Samples Free. SclM-
by Druggists MARTIN RUYANOCSTnCR. a

Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. ifhel
AILLt rOe F RS Si MPLE

Knew Thir Wzys.
Wal:-. ('(1 sen. is :i wiset son.
who kniowq 1not only i:is oivn father,
but his mother as wi1l.
"Now. Wilter." sai.l 'the teacher. "if
your father ian do a pitice of work to
one hour and !your mother could also
do it in one hour. h 4w long would It
take both o(f them tu(o )it ?" -
"Tiir'-e ourss" aniiswered Walter,
"coun lu' lhp ,tlin' they would t*ast
in ar::,t abonit '-iw:,it -shoutld e
Clone." -(hil ago News, ""

..And H. Probably Dids.; .
"TVhat cai .1 i t." 'mc.rVuad ti le
orator. "*whei I see my cona'tir'" z-s.p. k "
to ruin. when I see our ailpre inry
hands at our throats, strangling ai"
and the black clcds of hophlessaiss
obliterate the g(dlenu sun of pro e pe
ty? What. I as--whht can I'do"'
"Sit down!" shouted the audhiener~,-
New York Times. .


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