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Repreaentatves-jst Distract, S. M. SpLrkman
Tamrp; 2d District, Frank Clark, Lake CitL y.,
: 3d Dttrit, Dan itte ti. Mjiy., Moitie-llo .
, Land Offi ae-Regigtrar, Shielda Warren, keceiv-
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ta .overoru. Albert W il ohis; Secretary.
S C. Crawfor.d; Treasurer, W. V. Knott. Attor-
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A J. Croom; Superintendent of Public Instruc
* fion, W. M. Holloway; Commissioner of Agri-
culture. B. E. McLin: Cheds st. R. E. Rose.
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Burr. N. A. Blitch and S. E. Cobb. clerk.
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a in each month.
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McE. ICOGERSON W M.
L. E PALMrEtr, Secreta'rv
W. A. EMMONS.
Notary Public for State at Large; has jurisdiction
to administer oaths, take affidavits, legalize
acknowledgements, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Spalial attention "given to land conveyances
and marriage ceremony performed for lawfully
tanlified parties. fiMce at the Buoy olnce,
ANTON U. H. JANSENIUS.
Doctor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
eases of Women and Children my Specialty.
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 Strect.
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S JOHN STURROCK.
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his seal -tlith him at his business and is prepared
to apply .his jurat to instruments; wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
diction, .Collections a specialty.
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Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
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Don't Beo Cheap.
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you do not think well of yourself oth-
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own value. By this Is not meant a
foolish self conceit, but a proper self
Have a regard for the esteem of
those whose opinion is worth having.
No one can be admired by all. He
who has no enemies may doubt wheih-
er he has real friends. Try to win the
regard of ,the good and the wise. If
the foolish take offense. pass it by.
Thinktoo well of yourself to stoop
to anything coarse, mean or untrue.
1 However humble your station In life
may be, you may ink yourself
worthy e nly of that wlen hn is good and
ru. re. To lie genuine luts you on a
highl ley). W n tOheya l ftr ltired,,'.ou
' nimay be rich in character. Think your-
self worthy of the best to which you
can attain. Aim for the highest you
isee, and should you fail to reach It
FoI will still by higher than if your
aim had been low.-Milwaukee Jour-
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RACE FOR LIFE.
The passengers on the ferryboat
Piedmont, from Oakland, Califor-
nia were treated to the spectacle of
a speed test between a sea eagle
and a carrier pigeon, in which the
smaller bird worn by saving its life.
When the boat was opposite Goat
Island. P. H. Schlotzhauer, a pig-
eon fancier of Alameda, released
five birds. Among them was the
famous five-year-old homer, Duke
of Richmond, who has proved his
right to a title of nobility in more
than a score of long distance flights.
The pigeons rose into the air and
circled several times. Four of them
turned towards the east, but the
fifth, which was the Duke of Rich-
mond, was seeu to flirt and drop
towards the Piedmont Then the
passengers made out that the pig-
eon was being pursued by a large
bird. The two birds were at an
elevation of one thousand feet
when the chase began, with the
car rer a short distance in the lead.
As by instinct he dropped straight
for the place where his master had
released him, and landing upon the
ladies' deck of the Piedmont, flut-
tered through the cabin door. The
sea eagle was so confident that it
would strike its prey that it did not
check its pursuit until within ten
feet of the rail of the ferryboat.
Then it wheeled suddenly, and hov-
ering about the stern of the boat
for a fe tv mon en s, winged its way
back towards Goat Island. Once
inside the cabin, the frightened
pigeon ran down the aisle until it
came to a passenger -reading a
newspaper. As if sure of protec-
tion, it fluttered up to his side and
perched on -the arm of his seat.
here it was caught by Schlotz-
hauer and safely caged.-San Fran-
FOR THE DOCTORS.
"I can't stand this any longer,
doctor," said the nervous woman.
"If the patient in the next room to
mine, No. 22, doesn't keep quiet at
night 1 must change my room or
leave the sanitorium altogether."
"What's the trouble?" asked the
`^`'She has one pf those squeaky
old wooden bedsteads and every
time she turns over it awwakens
me. ; Last night she did nothing
but toss to and fro, and I didn't get
a single wink of sleep."
ed her. *"' omah in youth co'tfdi-
tion certainly must have absolute
quiet at night. I'll have the pa-
tient in No. 22 sleep on the roof.
The fresh air will be better for her,
The next. morning the -nervous
woman appeared in the consulta-
tionl r(oml of the sanitoriumn in a
"How did you sleep?" asked the
"Perfec.tly," slie replied, *"I'm
so much. obliged to you. It.,lnad'
great differ "e .
S"T ing te truth, be-
cause he knew the power of imag-
ination in disease, especially of the
nerves. As -a matter ot fact, No.
22 had not been occupied at night
for three weeks, The patient had.
been sleeping on the roof all the
time.-New York Tribune.
Times-Union: A very important
question has been decided by the
legislature. In the future, if there
is nothing else to remember the
legislature ot 1909 by, in addition
to the submission to the people
of the prohibition constitutional
amendment, posterity may be able
to say "it filled a long-felt want"
by adopting a State flower, some-
thing Floridians may wear when
far from home to relieve their
homesick feeling; also, possibly
that it decided.the day upon which.
the orange and grapefruit must be
ripe, and before which it must be
considered "green." These two
achievements will cover the legis
lature of this year with sufficient
glory Every bride in the land
will do honor to Florida too, by
wearing the State's enblem, the
orange blossom, if she can.
GOOD ON THE LAWYER.
A lawyer in this city, .distin-
guished in his profession, owns a
delightful summer home in Ver
mont. His neighbors there tell
this story about his youngest child,
a girl not more than ten. After
much coaxing she prevailed on her
father to buy her a donkey and
cart. The first day of the don-
key's arrival he was permitted to
browse on the lawn. The child fol-
lowed the little animal about, and
thinking his countenance wore an
uncommonly sad expression, she
cautiously approached and strok-
his nose gently with her little hands,
said: "Poor donkey! you feel lone-
some, don't you? But never mind,
papa will be here tomorrow and
then you will have company."-
New York Times.
A GOLD-BRICK TOWN
There are many remarkable towns
in Mexico, but none more interest-
ing than Guanajuato, "The Hill of
the Frog." It might more proper-
ly be called the "gold-br ck town,"
for the houses have been found to
contain much gold. This is a curi-
ous situation, but it came about
ed Wahnah-wahto-is one of the
oldest mining towns in Mexico; but
the value of the place as a town
was discovered when a railroad
company decided to build a station
there. It was found necessary to
tear down about three hundred
adobe buildings, which were made
the ore dI
iod Adobe b
cause of 1th
"from $3 th
n 1Tif nmiinon:' rnmrk of flichhrd's 1',a.
Li fre Fhe a:ali spent an evening with
Z that the t.ritai. She took her work over in
i1d be torn the inorning. or went to the little tea
tidoln were 1drinkings. lat she did not allow her
brother to tidarken the di ,-rs of the lit-
that be- tie grny cnrtta-.'e.
,I'which lost O(te day Iich-lrd rSI )-lpke of It mildly.
' assayeTl "'We haven't been to Miss Tiverloni's
. % for a 1l-~ timo. e sho -.l--"not, I
"The mean thinly, for fotar weeks tomorroww"
Ktun about, i.avinil:i ; :Ie lil:i a -';i rl" g ml:eni
Sbuilclings "H 1w 11 you ITl "tI|: t, e. .nemuler
,000 Mex.- the rtt t'"" ,t ans.klwd acidlly.
R000 ex- nic-hloord ked at l:er quiz::'.-allv
irvho have over hii glasses. "'I i.tcd the date in
aery ha n dinry." he said. "'I always write
r downi the events of tie day. I.nvinl:t.
ae be- ftie di not tell her that lie lind added
nEiw after the formal statement. "Br.ughlt
Sgo 1. I.9vinniah ioni' fri Mi s T'".. ie
furtejir coin em'ft. "'Miss T. looked lhko-
--Ja pan.re tade
of fibers of l ool ealyptus,
mixed witl '4r6 s rof.the gdnpi and
other shlru. lhe fibers- re torn
apart, drill cleaneSd.' baied in
weak lye. itn .'ashed w ii water.
They are pA'n- eaten an mixed
with a visipuo infusion of certain
roots and "a's. .,ution co training
camphor., cao, oud; an resin
The sheets formed from Ais pulp
are calenderd',at variouss, rpera-
tures. The paper is light, washable
and very dtffibult to teqa.. It is
used to imitate leather iaid India
rubber, and for a great hiany pur-
poses .........Nht' ince thi discov-
ery of the Nean drthal skur in 1856,
has so much excitemenrt een cre-
ated as by the finding of('a prehis-
toric human skull at LiChapelle-
aux-Saints in France. Ie French
skull has .beentAdclaied be the
most ancient. ih the waord It is
practically complete, alth( -ghorig-
inally fqund in pieces. T e task of
reconstructing iti as beei assigned
to Marcellin iodb, direct m- of the
Laboratory of, lratontol y of the
Paris MuseuLii..-Scienti Amer-
4 By ALICIA SPRAGUE.
-< Co;;yrighted, 1S09, by Assocated 1*
4 L.iterary Press. 1
* /VVVWYVVrVyTVv yvvvvvvvvO
Miss Tiverton always poured tea at
precisely 3 o'clock In the afternoon for
a select circle of feitinine.friends.
They drank tea at that early hour.
so that those who were imarrlej might
get home in time to prlepare U o'clock
dinners for their husbands and that
those who were single might be safely
housed before the- early darkness of
the winter evenings.
Miss Tiverton sometimes wished that
they might stay later, for it was al-
ways a long, lonely stretch between
their gcing and bedtime. :
Sometimes LaviniaGreer stayed with
her, and on those' occasions Lavinia's
brother Richard would call at 9. And
these were the social oases in Miss
Tiverton's desert of'dreary evenings.
She always made more tea for Rich-
ard and brought oit her little sponge
cakes. Richard liked the Httle cakes,
and he liked Miss Tivertou's dainty
ways, her delicate pink and white pret-
tiness and her pale rose colored house
Lavinia thought Miss Tiverton very
foolish, to wear muslin all winter.
"Think of the washing!" she said as
she and Richard walked home one
evening. "And Letitia Tiverton is as
poor as Job's turkey.",
"She surrounds hbe elf," said Rich-
ard musingly, "with an atmosphere of
Lavinia sniffed. Sjhe hated to have
her brother say nice, things about Leti-
tia Tivertoi Lavlnia had kept her
brother's hoMrse i iahny years, and it
had always been her rent duty to nip
sentimental affairs I the bud.
Thorofaro it was lnlHnV weeks after
A week later he urged Lavinia to
call. "Site will think sntoethin1g l- th?
matter," he said.
Lavinia shrugged her shoulders. "I
have been there in the daytime." sh
said. "I don't see what more she can
Richard thought for a moment. "She
has told us that her evenings are lone-
ly," he reminded his r sister.
"Humph!" said Lavinia. "I don't
know that we are calhid on to put our-
selves out to go there these freezing
Richard- returned to his book, but
after a reasonably judicious interval
he looked up to say, "I saw a very
pretty tea basket in a shop this morn'-
ing, Laviuia. padded inside to keep the
"Who wants a thing like that?" La-
viula questioned scornfully. "I always-
make coffee, Richard."
Richard said nothing mote. He loved
tea, but Lavinia preferred coffee, and
there you were. Yet the next morning
he sauntered to the flaming Japanese
bazaar, where were displayed nfa'ti'e'
wares to tempt the tourists who were
making the old fashioned southern vil-
lage a halfway stopping place on theff
Way to the tropics.
The tea basket was a quaint affair
of oriental weaving with a gay pink
satin lining and a green and pink cord
and tassel about the handle. The pink
made Richard think of Miss Tivertou.
With a defiant look he went In and
bought the basket and ordered It sent
Ills heart-failed him, however, when
the dark skinned salesman asked him
fer a card to put with the gift.
"Just send it without," he said hasti-
ty, Visions of Miss Lavinia's wrath
shoulJ she know of his purchase came.
to lilm oppressively.
Sei mysterious basket wvas to little
Letitia Tiverton a source of infinite
delightful speculation. She displayed
it to her afternoon circle, the rose col-
ored llnnin, the pink cord and tassel,
the fine basketry.
"And I can't imagine who sent me
such a beautiful thing," she ended
radiantly when all had seen it.
At the tir',i glance Lavinia Greer's
eyes lhad hardened. Of all those wo-
men she only suspected where that
basket had (ome from. Rieiard. i- had
sent it. This looked seriouf sly 'ike
the beginning of a romance that would
be most inconvenient to Miss Lnvinla.
On the way home she thought cvel
a plan. It was simple. At dinner she
told Rich;-rd. "Letitia Tivert-on wa-
too silly about a basket that some one(
sent to her."
Richard started, and his face flushed.
He realized that Laviuia had put two
and two together and had guessed that
it was he who had sent the tea basket
to Miss Tiverton.
"I wish you had seen her," Lavinia
pursued. "I wish you had heard her
giggle and boast that you sent it."
Richard turned questioning eyes
upon her. "But she did not know that
[ had sent It," he said. "There wa.
ao card, Laviunia."
-Lavinia went on hurriedly. "Well.
then, she guessed, for she bragged of
It, Richard-it-it-it was disgusting."
Miss Lavinia's face was a dull red
She did not like what she was doing,
now that she was doing it. utt she
"I can't imagine"--Richard's tone'
was faelsh'e-"I can't imagine, Lavi-
nia, a woman of Miss Tivertbn's deli-
cacy doing a thing like tlhit."
Lavinia tossed her head. "You don't
know much about women. Rkihard,"
Richard walked abroad that night
consumed by angry doubts. Surely
Lavinia would not lie. Surely Miss
i. verton would not brag. His gold
St. Andrews' modern htl31 as seen f:om a southwestern exptsurc.
From the wide porches and verandIs which surround I the :south and,
west frontages of The Oaks, an unobstructed view of the broad expose.
of St. Andrews Bay is had, and it is seldom seen without numctfous elo-
gant launches dotting its surface and tempting the guests to avil'
themselves of a ride upon one of the n.ost beaut ful an locke s eet of
water in the world.
resolutely. ..cie sunUL iliy he strode
down the street. irreesolute no longer.
Miss L;' iti-i. :Iionhe alad a little wvlst-
Cul in I (r im:In1ll grny cottage. heard
the t:'. if tie .ane a-s she hl:ld heard'
it e fcryv niI'l t whein iic:'.al.d went
forlth i f' r !:is 'ver!i"; \Nvi'k.
Iclii: i d ir ( urit:iir s slie hard watched-
!il:i re;'.nl'i y i' d had admired the'
t raig.itnilcs (;f'himi. tLe lari..kness of
hlls W!'lk. tilr' I Vn \:-i-ss of ha"ir
wi.hl' hi (r d a.- e f n'l()welrn fashion
.e v ;re o 1, '::.; 1 a;it i al:;,uo. ti ouL'chr- d
!ils conit ( oIl!r'.
It l d nriv;" t .i.nv- ', M'ii "rver-
'on 1 "'t nt.Crh a greatt hein'g as Lavl-
id:'s I roth;cr c '+ (' 1 ''1 ld l:k up, -n r .1T I T
'n.d ht r lov( l'",-. In l 'r hu:nitily she
'lad :n('t reo'.lid tr it the basket was
in rff lri"-' "' -: .1 i q .r-.
S -... iL t'.ie \vtonin of hor
ir l-e' .ii t; :hi lha-vo c.l'. s',A d- d 'c -et"!'X 'r Co'
e v'' n irr hi's H'iFct f friendship.
itd i':' fflissi\e e .. i. t;' afflerlnoon
;:':. :1 '': h..l lbeeni due I l:i'r lgrtitiude
T'ie tnp ( f the gld hel:~dcd cane'
- t('ITi0', i '".' e1 a .n !'lin (n the stone'
wv'I Ol tlI:it led ,to the front do(l r.
Th'ni l te l;e!l ranger. 1Mls Tivertoiu
inSwvcr d it. I'i !i rid st'pled over i.ef"
thr'e.!h< Id-for the lirst time without
hif -ist, r lavinia.
"t (nime." h- !ra.'d wfien lie was seatf-
ed. "to ark a question, a delica'e ques-
ticn. MVls 'iivertcn. Who sent you
ycvtr te:- basket ."
Mirs Letitlla's (lenr eyes met his
frankly. "COh, 'id I.avinia tell you that
one was sent mue?" she asked. "It's
such a beauty!" And she brought It
to himn. C(isplaying the rose lining an4
I1Pi' haid drew a long breath of relief.
*The doubts that T.avinia had planted
fled. There was rothiirg of deceit in
that (hildlike soul, in that flowerlike
"t'ifss Loitia," he said,. with his
hand onil the basket, "haven't you
guessed who sent it'?"
Her puzzled glance met his. "No,"
"I-I sent it." he, confessed, "be-
cause it reminded me of you-the rose'
color and the pink-i-iike- your pretty
gown, your pretty self, a rose of a
Miss Letitia stood half poised for
flight. "Oh!" she said breathlessly,
and her eyes were like stars. "Oh,
Richard grew bolder. "I sent it be-
cau e I love ycu, Letitia. There is no
happiness that could exceed that of
winning you for my wife."
It came upon little Letitia almost
too suddenly, that vision of happiness,
and she swayed toward him, looking
just then more like a' lily than a rose,
and the tea basket dropped from her
Richard caught It deftly as he drew
her to him. "You will pour tea' for me,
ona't you," he demanded, trying to'
brfng the color back to her cheeks,-
"for the rest of my days, Letitia? La-
vinia gives me coffee-but, then, oh,.
hang Lavinia! Will you marry me,.
And Miss Letitia after a startled
"Oh, Richard!" buried her face against
Us-___- A A W 9
Ha C ,-' % '. I
A teacher had Just linlshvel ex::plilf-
lug the use of the ditto mn:urks wl'h"
she noticed on'e' of ier~ 'lf ol'Y: q'ftf.--
ers for l:niv,'Wl(e e :reclhrg frr It In a
story Lock. So s'he !.ade hlIn s(-,v
after 'Phool and told himli to write I'Ve
senteece "Always I'a.y Rtn'etttMoft* 1 )
In n very shotf ff'-n fli gIvoe nagladl
shout. "I've did itr"
"Whalt kind of I-IIn-Wge is th'n.t?"'
she remarked severely. *"APAd yottPtrrf-
ly haven't had time to do it."
"Well. I'm done 11. t!:hn. Anyhow,
here it is." He field' ffp ih pfanpc.- The'
sentence wnas written once at the top,
and the remaining surface, was cov-
:'-. w:'ih dots.
"'.'ut vyo hbve:l't. dcneit ," she ex-
(!:I ine' d. .
lie gi:.ed at her rcornfully.
"C'.r'e I -!.,ve. Them's ditto market.
Mande: 'eOi iinety-ulne times. They're
*hait. i'L 9;ai's tl'-'- ', d, but to let
i'ni g' nat on '''o A ;..; :.-' ..dl .
Made the Most of It. -
A famces bg" ani'l i'MM'.f t'tkifle'-
thie Swarfs onre winter, annd tfite f t'1 f
took a Ifklf~g to him and lomirffeT hliu,
)n his fll't irunrt., 1('1 eor:f mI' atihI.
r I'e l''iser"s l:fisl! 'R ",';is to 1 "fld thi'
l!n'g and .the king's fq aurrIte;,. T1' "
i. te hun.tcr on hIl i,,'dltlcn h.: i
',ad luck. .He only st a ,n rnblit. rPi6
is he passed with hls !re l::ue thrcu 'I
i:he Swazi village (i his return the
praifer marched be.re hi::, cL-'l"'
!n a loud voice: -,-
"The aPWv'fV ''.'***"f*frn1 -a
killed a ralbilt! Let ,!1 .the f'v.ti.f rf"'r
.!I hear. It was Is iW!, ;:s :in ox. ".!4
lor'e as n licn ord :'s i't : :n 1u '.
? Lrave v.-I to l:u': :'n : '::k'd ie
ilone a:d uni..Ccd.1. Ii I d It withy
!is thru'a-( "r in l;. IA ':'". o 1"'o p'.e'.
Phe white Imnts:nln h .s '!: (I n al r--
)il! It wnas as iterirr:,!'' :- a:i tl-or. ns
'arce as an oele'i "t :ird yet' t'"'
luntsmn! from aar, !'" It wli'.:o
dayer, he alone has liWI l i :"
INo Aprl f:-. .
tncle .erry FIeel,ie v. '.: had takeft
a seat il the m(ol:i;n., 'r, had filled
his pipe and was a!,:;nut to l.'n1t in his
coat pocket for a ru'", '; ''en a large
man cf mu-'h c:n:tt' ri ( .i:neter sat
downr In the' vamcint s-" !y 1i'si side',
complacei:tly cru -lii'r- ;'n na "inst th*
ride of the car i:d i:... cL:iterating
Uncle Jerry s:id r(o'lI:g and pro-
ceeded in his spH .r Ifr '( r' i, d iatclh. It
was hard work to vgt hi" fiand down
between himself and tl'e large man, .
but he found the po:ke't at last and
took out three or four matches, all op
which went out as he struck them, onne
after the other, except the last.
"You're welcome' said the" portly
man, glancing dowO' at Mai over his
"Was that ycur pocket I bhad my
"Well," said Uncle J'etry as he ht_
ed his pipe, "all I've (;uff) got to say
(puff, puff) is that you buy durned poor
matches "-Chicago Tribune..
Unfeeling. "I'll see to it at once," he assur- of the refuse ot var ous mines alter headed cane tfanped.. the navernet ** n coat ann i. i"es _
A soft air shook the honeysuckle
vine,f and puffs of delicate perfume
floated gently to where erotic Blenkin- Vice Presnt. Joh ilton. ecy-T .
--.p sat spooning with his girl. Not a W. H. Milton, President.M.Dillon. Vice Presint.
leaf sti red. Only the stars and moon n nd Investx ent Co-xxp y
above andA the green earth belowv. All _
around was the atmosphere of lee-ove. MILE \NNA FR D
His tone was reverend and hushed.
It was as If this slim and beautiful M A R I A LN N A TIIDA
malden- were in his eyes a goddess.
"Darlin." hfie exclaimed, pausing in S I T f S
his ecstatic osculations, "each time n h e __u ..i $ 0 000
kiss you it makes a better manil of me!"
They fell to agaimi.
ol"te fro abve broke harshly on e in real estate, notes stocks, Secure Court, official an other bonds.
rar'lr an e?'m bonds, ec. Receive, hold and disburse money and act a
A burl"t ef rilh1O lnauhter. the rattle
of a ,,losl virdob n edcth ire, trsesangg
,Ae thAio nh.cillofndi d Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insurance. trustees and agent
""""'t.-Lo 'don Sr' Lend nnd borrow money, both as principal and By special agreement lend money fr oth
f Auose atrl"or'"n th wed $ agpent.B ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment
from Milwnuk announced the wed as agent.
e o the ,noemet with DIRECTORS- hn M. Don, JohnMilton,r. W, H. aso hn Milton; Ill. H H. Gammon, J. B. Brooks N. A. Baltsell and W. H. Mito
wef t,,,,rh e aiun,
the title of the hymn which was then Address: W. H. MILTON. President. M
That Dream ,-of Iteave.t"---.Illwaukeet
M A R ITIM E. 6 E,
-For 'enti a iwo-story, eight-room
house. Apply at the Buoy office.
--Mrs. O. H. Kester is showingda ne-wW
consignment of goods for her millinerY
-The ladiesof the Baptist church
!are asked to meet at the church Friday
-,, afternoon at 4 o!clock
---- -Quite a number of Young folks. un-
The Tarpon arrived from the der .he care of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Day
south *at o'clock, a. am., Friday went to t...e Gulf Monday ni ht.
and from Mobile and Pensaeola at -Rev. Howard filled his pulpit in
9;16o'clock a.. yesterday. the Baptist church, last Sunday. He
Te9;1 occ M th ilan whie11 wll move to St. Ad'rews. soon,
The 'steamship Manteo, arrived w-Fanshionable souvenir baronial en
from New Orleans, via. Mobile and veloves embellished with beautiful
Pensayola at 5:30 p mn., Tuesday. Floridasnowy heron, atthe B oy office.
The smack George Pfeiffer rrriv- The many friends of Miss. Clara
ed Friday night with a cargo og Tbompson regret to hear of ber illness
and hope that she .may speedily regain
7,000 pounds of snappers. She got her health.
away for the Banks again, Monday. -Encouraging reports continue to
The schr, Martha Lillian which be received as to. Capt. Alexander's
hasf bene Apalachirola for some condition., He is sata to be improving
:timeuridergoing repairs, returned as fast as could be expected.
Sunday forenoon and looks very -Representative Hon. R L McKen-
nice in it coat of new print. zie, on Monday, the 10th idst., intro-
ce co t e r duced in the legislature, H.use Bill No.
.P.ar I6 s "y o 596f Al t Legalizin and g (Jonfirm-
t lfrs." ie thuan&er" "you ar inMthe Incorporatioh of the town of
another's" St. Andrews." '
"artfafh her frhure4. "This hair" -The Buoy understands that Mr. A,
-she pressed her hand to -her brow- Greenhut of Pensacola purchased the
"and the upper teetl1 I wear are bor. greator portion of the Holley & Peel
rowed; the rest-yours." store and stovk of goods to cover his
account against the firm.
The Feminine Paradox. -Blank Warranty Deeds, new re-
T1w ueed-ra'ted wonmwa Is69 oftes vised, improved short storm printed on
the quickest perception, the finest tact, good linens apor, 25c per dozen: also
the most vhivd sensibility. She will blank receipts-100 recepts "n a block.
feel without sp
your Inmost thoughts; she knows with-he
out being told. London Black and -Handsome letter heads witt St
( 'Andrews Bay date line ania views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
A WEEL'S WSATHER. Vista Point, at 8c per dozen: alzo, mali
The following table record, the max of the St. Andrews Bay country on
Ifum, minimum ahd mean tempera- bick of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen.
tures the rainfall and direetton of the at the Bulov office.
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending -Parker lodge No 142 F. & 4. M. will
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by 1U. S. meet in regular communication next
astrumeats Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. in. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
Date.'..... I Ri Wind topaiticil)ate.. An order of, the Grand
May.... 5 82 62 71 .00 se Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
"* 6 81 66 72 .80 e must be provided with a certificate ol
64 7 81 68 74 1.05- e metenb^hip from their hon o lodge ant
6 8 83 63 73 .00 so a fullyv paid uo recelvt for dues
9" 1079 68 73 .00 n --.,ir. M. Moore has just completed
11 78 52 65 .00 no the repairs on his "Busy Bee" res-
I 80 5b 1 69 t .98 i tau ant and lunch house. He moved
the partition back and has painted thi
S Lived 152 Years. entire place, inside, a beautiful shade
mr d- land olde of cink. He intends to further im-
Warr a rr -thi dtme oat12, mw or prove by building a lattice-work room
married the third time at 120, worked to the south of the restaurant for his
In the fields' at 132 and lived 20 years ce m p which wi be er
longer. People should be youthful at 80.llesat and cool for summer use a
Jas* .. W t, of SKy, showspleasant and cool for summer use and
SW o y., will improve the appearance of the
how to remain your. "T feel just like building. Mr oore is setting a goof
a ,167r-old boy," he rites, after example which it would be well for
takioa:g ix bottles of Elioctric Bitters. e
For thirty years kidney Iroubis made business u generally to follow.
.0 --u- -_ -
life a burden, but the first bottle f this Feats That Never Happened.
woWGrful.medicinn convinced me I had A grotesque and foolish view of thlx
found the' grtdtest"cure on earth." west leads many who are not ac-
They're a goIs end to 1 esk, sickly run- quainted with that part of the country
down or old people. Try them. 0c. at tr -pe-rlPeate amusing bl1'mners re
A. H. Brake's. '- 4 gardiug the posslbllities of the typtca
-- ., western weapons, the rifle and the six
Whistler and a Supper. shooter. To shox a;i atlma'is eye ou
Though frequently hard up, Whis- at a hundred pa-es i.3 a common fea.
tier hid an income which seemed in wild west literature. Sometimes i
princely to students who lived on noth- Is done wi'. a zl:: shooter--In type. no
log at all. If Whistler had money in anywhere else. Of cour-.e. no mIi:i
hs pockets, Mr. lonide says. he spent can ee the eye of an animal thit far
It royally on others. If his pockets I have had a good rifleman tell me h
Were empty, he managed to refill them could cut off a robin's head at a hun
in a way that Still amazes M. Oulevey, dred steps. The truth Is that he could
who, in proof of it, told us of the night not see the head clearly that far. Yov
when, after the cafe where they had read that the desperado Slade could
squandered their uiat sous on kirsch, with a six shooter at fifty cr six:
had closed, he and Ltnubert and Whis- steps hit a man lu any button of h'
$9 r adjourned to the Hallos for sup- coat that he chose, but you may b'
per, ordered the best ind ate it. Then sure that neither Slade nor any on
he and Lambert stayed In the restau- else could do anything of the kind
rant as hostages while Whistler, at Even trl k and fancy shooting at it"
dawn, went of to find money to pay. best could ever cover feats aeribhed a
He was back when they awoke with matters of course to the averare fron
, |00 or 400 francs in his pocket. He tiersman by those devotees of freni ed
ind been to see an American friend, fiction who never saw the front r.-
he said, a painter, "And, do you know, Outing Magazine.
he had the bad ma'nners to abuse the
situation: he Insiste oa my r Won a Wie by His Skill.
at his pictures."-"Thc Tlfe of James Action was a Grecian painter ol
MacNe hill Whistler," byE. L B. and J. about the time of Alexander, ad he
Pennell. won his wife by his great work. lIe
"tou are always tr yig to throw
cW... ld -water on my literary a nbitions,"
,.0~wtled the aspiring author. "Y"u
.ay', t doesn't pay. Look at Oharlea
-Ickens, will you? 'He left a fortune
-. of 4400.0p0, all, earned with his pen."
: I'kao w it. dear." said his' wife. ca-
resthig t:im, 4'but don't 'you remember
that. Aladdiu could make more than
that in (ive minutes. by simply rubbing
an old lamp? I'd so much rather
M yo'd do sometbing of that kind, Will!"
"I'd rather waltz than eat," conlfded
the sweet girl.
"Then we'll have another dance in-
stead of going to that fashionable res-
taurant." remarked the thrifty swain,
"Abd." he added mentally. "that's $6
saved."--Kansas City Journal.
painted a picture called "'Te Nuprials
Of Alexander and Roxane," which wa:
exhibited at the Olympic games. I
created such a stir that one of th,
judges cried in adfnimation, "I reserve
crowds for the victorious athletes, bu:
I give my-4 daughter in marriage to tbh:
painter Action as a recompense- for hi.
picture." Action was one .of the art-
1sts who exceffed in the'art of mixin,
colors. le could not go to the neares:
stort and purchase th, as. artists do
"' don't mind listening to a man who
is paying for my dinner tell me the
tory of lhis life," said the womatp
"'Men's lives are generally interesting
but I won't stand to hear a woman tell
everything she knows,deven if she does
pay for my dinner. I'd rather pay for
my own dinner and get an occasional
shy at the conversation."-New York
BANK OF ST. ANDRE WS-
CAPITAL STOCK, -1' $15,000.
J9, No ORIEmmEB, Peraindllt r
F. BULI ('Cianider.
J. H. DIRUMNMOND.
Judge L. J. REEVES,
T. A. JENNINGS.
C. B. DUNN.
W. H. MILTON
L. M. WARE
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicifed.
ENGINEER'S REPORT, development f commerce resulting BUSINESS MEN'S G f
therefrom he physical condi- ASSOCIATION MEETING. lf
OF THE RECENT tons at this c.ality also indicate The regular meeting of the St. SIP
PRELIMINARY SURVEY the advisabi y of proceeding cau- Andrews Business Men's Associa- S 1 T A M S H I P M PA N Y
-- tiously wit hny plan of improve-Ition was held in Ware Hall, last 3 T E Al I P
OF ST. ANDREWS BAY. AND ment depe ht solely upon the Thursday evening the 6th inst..
THE PASS TO THE GULF. efficiency of dredging operations. President Rynearson being out "
Through tne courtesy of United Boar lieve that a chan of town, and the vice president not. -AP O ..
The Boa'r; believe that a chan-,.-- .
States Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, I being present, Mr. T.J. McSween
the Buoy is in receipt of an ex-1 nl e uffi n 2 for the inception was called to p the chair. W. B. ARROW, Master,
haustive report from the engineers will be su pnt for the incep and willon The principal business occupy C EDULE.
having in charge the preliminary t consider y less expense, serve ing the attention of the meeting LEAVE- GOtN~ SO'JT1l. 'AR1ylVE.
St.Andrews Bay survey provided test the commercial value of a was in regard to making provision Tue day, 8:30 p in. Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m, St. Andrew. WedNeday, 8:00 a;.-tn
for by Congress. harbor at place, and to deter- for entertaining the members of. \Wednesday, 4:00 p, m. PanamaCity, Wednesday, 0:00 a. w:
This survey is a matter in which mine the sta y of a channel lo- the Alabama Editorial Association, Wednesday, 2:30 p. in. ilville,, Wednesday, 10:00 a. m
mine the sta 'lit) of a channel lo- Thursday, 9:00 a. in, Apalao.hicola,. Thursday. 6:00 a. m,
every person interested in the wel- cated on th lines proposed by the who are to visit the Bay on the Carrabelle. Thursd y, 12:00 noOn.
fare of St. Andrews Bay should, district offi At the instance of 18th and 19th of June. Mohd'ay, 6:00 p. In Mobile Monday, i6:0oi. .
and does take deep interest, the Board e district officer has Secretary Weller read an invita- TLursda, 3:00 p. m. Carrabel le.IE
Embodied in the report are submitted estimate of cost of tion from the Commercial Club at Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:0(, a I.
comprehensive charts showing the such a c nel, in the sum of Panama City to attend a joint, Friday, 11:00o, m. anama City, Friday, 12 n.
-nc h t huFriday 10:00 a, m, Millvile, Friday. 1:30 p. m.
geographical location of the St. An- $203,560, 1ch includes $1G0,000 meeting at that place on Saturday Pensacola. 1'1ida Il;30 p. in,
drews Bay country, and a large for a suita dredging outfit. The afternoon the8th inst. The ivita- :PA.SSE ::TCr-:EzR E .ATEMS.
profile of the almost innumerable maintenance f the channel by gov- tion also extended to the ladies of Pensacola to St. Andrew and.Millville, $5.00.
,S Andr Pensacola to Apalachicola and L'arrabollof $7.50.
soundings made. Also much cor- ernment p| is. estimated to cost St. Andrews.St Pe. Andrw and Milaville to A alacicol $7.50.
.r u t wSt. An'drew art d Milob ille to At ahlchicola, $5.'0.
respondence bearing upon and lead- $20,000 pe ar. To this extent Several suggestions were made Pensasola to Mobile, $2.50.
ing up to the projected improving the board ee that St An- and discussed, and it was finally he aoo rates include mls and berths. .. R. SAUNDE ,
ling up to the projected improving the Boardhat StAn-d e o t H. MORRISON, Gen't Frei ht and Pass. Agt Preside rt.
of the means of makingthis unsur- drw B wort 6f im- decdedto appoint a committee of red
Passed harbor 'hde Sf e .fr v- .4 iama **--- -- .-
draught vessels. and) it aeordingly recommends people to make such arrangements .
The Buoy regerts that its limited theaidoptior of a project providing as could be mutual agreed upon N M P
space prevents greater quotations fora channel 22 feet deep and 200 The meeting then adjourned to U
from 'the Report than is possible. fee wide through East Pass into Thursday night, the 20th inst.
But the following report of Col. St Andrewq Bay at an estimated Before adjournment, however, 1
Lockwood, Corps of Engineers and co of $2Q3.560 for original im- St. Andrews people, both ladies
Senior Member of the Board gives, pr cement and $20,000 per annum and gentlemen, were urged to at-
probably, the most interesting and thereafter for maintenance. tend Saturday's meeting at Pan- od s
important information of the re- 7or the Board. area City. T
*po rt. rD.W'.'LoKwooi T T n ?
f Board of Engineers olonel, Corps of Engineers, A joint meeting of the St. An- U 1 U U U .D
For Riversand Harb Senior ember of the Board.. drews Business Men's Association,
) For River and Harbors1 t Commerciau oS A n- O ff PTIWAR-Eq ROPEf PAITS 601
Washington, D. c.. March 15, '09. Smashes All Records. the Commercial Club of St. An- lHOEl, HAURWA!E, ROPE, 011, &TKUIjo !
SRespectfully returned to the Chief ^A an all-around laxative tonic and drews Bay and the Ladies' Improve- u L f
pf retireer, UT S. h Arm. f hea h-builder no other pill can com- ment Association was held in L Futi i f ll *
of Engineers, U.S. Army. par with Dr. King's New Life- Pills-,. Ward's Hall, Panama City, on the Freight Paid n All Goods Excet Meal, nd Feed t ny
The district officer has made a The tone and regulate stomach, liver 8th inst The ladies of St. Andrews right Paid on A Goods Except Meal, ournd Feed t Any
thorough hydrographic survey of and ;id.neys, -purify the blood, sireng- e Postofce 011the Bay.
d St. Andrews Bay aud the entrances thcm4hc nerves;cure constipation.dys- were also represented.
h e Anreta fro the d t t o speps bilioustess, iaund-ice headache,. Mr. G. M.'West was made chair-
thereto, and from the data thus ob L. E'. .. t, TWAY WARE J H DRUM ND.
chill~and malaria,, Trv theem. 25c. at man and Mr. A. D. Weller, secre- L. E, WARE, OTWAY WARE. J. H. DRUMMOND.
staged he concludes that the most A rke's
advantageous route for the propos- Mr Wee cC the f.
ed channel is through East Pass and I %N o Aci.- c.a receiving, and entertaining the Ala-
WVcry Weilit;rftn I hoidPs-Sl3y, Ha l, bama editors in a manner distinct-
d along the main shore across the py, rot'. de diff.eene, between us an ive and characteristic of this se- arc-
- inner portion of Camels Back shoals. new 'all. cidert? .
He states that while the most eco- "y I'ry-Seac e. d tion. 'Hwas satisfied there THOROUCHLY REORCANIZED.
Wery \V1iamin Ilhicadea--Iey don't be from 100 to 200 guests, possibly T IO^0 ni-T KEOKL.NIZ .
Snomical manner of removing the have *er put no aciil in us ter keep us more to be provided for. N ( O S A NI A N G I
" material would be by the use of frum-orkin'.' more to be provided for. MA 11I I N G. P S ANAG
SGovernmet dredges, a portion of At 1hich the dry hay in tIh mow Mr. Rynearson suggested that
S, p burst uto a furious flamre.-Exchanie an executive committee be appoint- H E A D Q U A R T ER S FO R
s the work would probably have to ,
be done by contract. His estimate H Str t. ed, consisting of three members
be done by contract. His estimate Ging Hi3 Straicht..0
Sfor a channel 26 feet deep and 300 "L outnt make a confidante of from each organization, such com- A
feet. .w c de e an May," aid the conceited fellow, with mittee to have full power.
feet wide includes'heexcavation of ase lfatisted smirk. "She tcl. me Mr. Look moved the adoption of
. 1,272,000 cubic yards by Govern- you s you wei-re crazy to marry me
meant dredge, at a unit cost of 7 ofte, stie's no friend if" nthe suggestion, which prevailed. o
cents, and 863.000 cubic yards by tcu pted Miss i:e, "'and M.Drummond suggested a re
ens, an cuic yars s n r-eporter. I didn't
Contract, at a unit cost'of 15 dents, say I w..bpt 'would be.'"-Catho cess of five minutesfor the purpose
which, with 15 per cent allowance ll,- Stindad'and Times. of selecting the committees, which
for contingencies, makes the total The Cause of Many was haident Rynearson of the St. a
President Rynearson of the St. 'E;&u wJz e .
cost of the original work $251,;264. Sudden Deaths. Andrews Association appointed A.
To this, however, he adds $75,00of 0, There is a disease prevailing in thi D. Weller, chairman; J. T. Mc- The Od PIONEER STORE BusinesS
to cover the cost of removing the countrymostdangerousbecausesodecep-
fill which takes place while the I tive. Manysudden Sween and L. M. Ware.
work is in progress, indicating a death are caud President West appointed from Founded 111 1878, and bullet uP by tl.e late M. WAae,.
total outlay for improvement of ease, neunonia, the Commercial Club, W. F. Look, noW Thorougihly Reorganized under New A];anlgcntcli
$326,264, after which he estimates heart failure or chairman; Ai Hogeboom and RR. Solicits the Patronage of CId PaChns
that the channel can be maintained the result of kid- Powers. of the House, of the dn ost d of w oIs S
by an expenditure of $20,000 per k i dney troeis Mrs. West thought by this ar- Well, and guarantees uniform fTir and courcous treatmcut
annum. i' allowedtoadvance rangement, the ladies were left out; wa u1 fi
s h on'->&, ^thekidney-poison- b h to all.
since the date of the Board's in- v .. ed blood will at- but she was promptly reassured by
dorsement of April 13, 1908, re- tack the vitals rganSuasingca t in Mr. Rynearson and the chairman, We Pay the Freight ion ai ,,,,I. e,-,e.i, F-'hni,. M. a: ad
viewing thie report on the prelimi- the urine, hea4,ache, back ache, lame supported by all present. Feed to ary .t offiVce in tine Bsy.
back, dizzinless, sleeplessness, nervous- .' On motion the eetino then ad-
nary examination of this locality, bess, or the kidneys themselves break n moton t eet then ad-
considerable turther interest in this down and wastraway cell by cell. joirned. "'Mi
ha bee m ifet a vi Bladder troubles almost always result
subject as een manifested, as evi- from a derangement of the kidneys and MEETING Wl
denced by the appearance before better health in that organ is obtained
the Board on January 11, 1909, of neys. 5wampP ot corrects inability to OFTHE FLORIDA STATE
Hon. J. P. Taliaferro, Hon. W. H. holdurine an n salding pain inpassing it, he Twent-secondAnnul e
and overcome^ that unpleasant necessity The Twenty-second Annual Meet- + a s y h O dn yo
Milton,, Hon. J. H. Bankhead, of being competed to go often through ing of the Florida State Horticul- M f0yo are sick, yOu Wish to get Well, don't yOU?
United States Senators, Hon. W. B. e T and iediate ect tural Society will convene at Day Ofcours you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and
Lamar, Hon. H. D. Clayton, Hon of Swanip-Rt<,he great kidney reedy tona on May 18. 19 20. 21. The misery, and be happy again. '
W. C. Adamson, Members of Con- soon realize It standslthe higlict be-
W.cause of its renWlable health restoring meeti-ngs of the Society have been If your illness is caused by female trouble, you
gress, and several others, including propertics.Atizgalwilltost incelnycnte. bsyt
gress and several others, including properties. Atal willconvince anyone growingin importance and interest can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's
the president of one of the pro- sod bmp as t take and from year to year,and the Twenty Cardui. This great medicine, for women,' has re-
posed railroads now under contract one-dollar size bottles. You may Lave a second meeting promises to be no lived or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like
hto connc thi ha r-r ith thei sample bottle-and a book that tells all r l
to connect this harborwi e in- about it, both t freebymail. Address, exception to this rule. you from some female trouble.
teror. Dr. Kilmer &~ o~ighamto, N-.. The railroads have granted to
In view of recent co ercial de Whe writingierition reading this gen-
In view of recen tcom~ nerc~ ad erous offer in mhis paper. Don't make the members a rate of one fare plus I IIr
velopements and the construction any mi 1 ~ t memest 25 cents for the round trip, and the
of railroad connoetio.with t..n .. .tn fwammp,6t, p.d fS don't et a dealer sell e
-o-, -ofSw,%, I.rb- a L"" 6' fi'orrr
terior, this harbo"is in the opinioa if yoAK ,~disappointe $1.00 fo $2.00. The people of
o' the Foard deserving of careful I-;i J~eT. .,,-.,..a 1avton a are preparing to entertain .-
consideration with a view to its "Do y.i lhi-.q ltat Vd I lik to ,'. the members with a stea-ner ride X' .
improvement to such extent as askcd hRast.u ftbe c('mn'i 'l tra. famous Halifax rive and F Wr Wlom en S IS
eler who was ctoppiug at the waysidi on the 'famous Halifax river, and
present and prospective commerce3 hotel. also to give them automobile rides -fr Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony fta lm
may warrant. While the commu- "No." id t rl travel through the beautiful avenues sur- lyers. Read her letter about Cardui. She writes: "I was siciforf
nity has but little commerce at .at-? A riot r"r
"No. r:h," h-ad astus. rounding the city. seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly,
the present time, it desires facilities "A .wyer Besides the attractions which the die with my heal and back. I took^i2 bottles of Cardui and was-
for ocean-going vessels in order to A ; not dat. Daytona people can give, the mem- cured. Cardui is a God-send to sufferiidg women." Tq E"A
-*provide an outlet for the products dtr + pr a
f..at the prod. a." bers can enjoy all pleasures that a SAT ALL D UG TORES
of a large area having inadequate r.- What t eii?"'. sd tlq commercial beautiful beach can furnish where
transportation facilities To what lek to be preacher, a." Ras both fishing and bathing can be en-
extent commerce would seek this tus sid. joyed .etwee -the meetings.
barLor if improved is problemat- "WVell. then,"why don't you?" asked: Any person interested in Florida ;...... .npien able. plainly." sihe said, interrupting him.
ic l While the Board 'recognizes th Ocemmercial traveler. the become a member b remttnm the Progressive Let me ask you as a conductor, would
that" th dv e i i can't, sab," replied Rastus. "be- can become a member by remitting Iouaii's league. id the spare fe-1 r.u find your work easier if no women
that the development in progress is cauce I a't got o frock coat."-New $1.00 to the secretary, which will mal iei,htern fe.aiures ae she grab at ll r(ode in the omnibuses?"
favorable to the success of the port, York Press. e-ititle them to a certificate of mem- bed the l/udon bus ()ondu tor by the "Jit might be a little easir, ma'am,"
it nevertheless believes t hat it bership and a copy of the proceed- s've a'md m1tie hi r ter over Be replied, d-but i don't see how in tfe
again oet, of the fares, 1w had just Wiorld we would ever get selog wft1?
would be premature at the present iags when published. Send $1.00 cllectd. ,. .ut them."
time for the United States to enter to E. 0. Painter, Secretary, Jack- "I al't ha'l) that. Un'qPl." replied "Hold on!" she cried joyfully. Let
upon the prosecution of so expen- soille ad be sure to send i at te c i-n r h a t to. e wie down every word you've
sonvllle, ad be sure to send it at tseb, ov ;;m l no. I ,eer we will be
sive an improvemxr t -as that pro- least three days efjre the first day '"' Q vD~ ,(1i n stri 8i ,s. od I pent able tO stie omur enemies Now. my
posed by the Oj~Aric'bfficer. It be- Nobodr of the meeting. 1w, io e t l yet(n H oIn i. bus to in go(d ienoi. te'.l me why female passnow -
can know ever-- tervii! u The 'iT *,, 't l: [)y get'S are' hid;iler'ae!kie."
lieves that onty stich work should thing. Tobeomere errvew T : -nw is bin "" returned te n-
means to spectiaze v.'ae a- p- All Right. inalld i i ne l-.ipr, 1i n at -Eecaus. mi ni'i." retur'edthe con
bs undertaken as will permit the claistsin producingthb w "That girl's al right," said the t-et (il i fi e n,^ t v x is i:. Aa- "iL .. " wit ""'i foIr the womeu
and vegetable seeds. Ingy O That girl's arl right," said the l
inauguration of ocean traffic at have become experts. -w Frry's blond girl in the dressing room after le if l);iiIli'.g th;, ,-i's < f govmern- cot;i never 't rid of all tile ba
Seeds and reapdthe results of r TM gIrr drr r .r() ,-t t' .fP.
this place, leaving the question of verywher1. R re ir she had looked- everywhere for her me"It. thalt or woma ;-ives ( mo ..e y i ."- 'an tio k."
mor ica improvement t bSent freeBon requerL _drc- overshoes. "ihe one who has just *i.ii!l< ie iar uo.k- 4,cu m. se-thii a
more radical improvement to be D.M. FERRY&CO ., rT TIT, left, she's gone off with both, the right dzi ne.'l i. et hfi who has bestowed a berreflt
determined by the advantage taken ....' overshoes and left me the- left ones."- "'Well. .i '.m-- be silent. Let him' who received It teal
^f an;i;; .t,..... AA. n-,,, 1- New Yorko Timoa. "Tr': us I- d Le:ter ru. it L, more f i.-Seneca,"
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V 'rlursdatv May 136 1909.
ST. ANDRE WF
Sugar iper tb Tea, r
granulated ..6 i-4 He No ..........
onree, Gunpowder .... 4
Green ...... 12 at 20 Uncol'djap .40o-
Arbuckle ... tb 20 Cond milk p2r ca
ing6" Snapis 1 1o Unsweetn' ... i
Crackers, soda. 10 Sweetenedd... ..
Tobacco, plug --3'B to56 Baking Powder
R4isins, Royal ...... 5
London las t's t Catnmpbell d ...... 3
Valencia ....... tO Canned fruit
ce .... 6 to 8 Peaches...... oa2,
Apples Tomatoes . .. 1 o-i
Evaporated .-.. 3B Apples ........ t
SDried Peaches ., to Pears .........
Coal Oil pr gal .... 20 Plums ........ i
Gasoline ...... 20 Apricot ..... 10-2
Flrinda Syrup ... 50 Strawberries 1o tdi
Honey .......... 1o Pineapple . 10-2
Vi egar ......... 30 Canned meats
C ese pr lb ..... 20 Roast Beef ..... i
utt r .... F35-40 Corned Beef .... ii
Joebmargearine ... 18 Chipped Beef .
.'.td .. .... to to 13 Lobster .... xo& i
6tos 6 Salmon ..... ioati
Ceihoanut pkg o x Canned vegetables
Ia oa Baked eBeans ..5 to
45 o Corn ....... 2stt 1
Pumpkin ...... i,
7- il h'8ir Pork
: 8 ofS'th 3.25 DS. .tt) .. i
Obelisk ... 3. 4% Bacon Sides .... I:
Corn Meal prbu .1.0 Fresh ..., .. 8ait
Oat Meal pr ltb .... 10 Br'kf'st Bal'n t6-:
Corn pr bu .....1.00oo Ham eanv's'd . 8
h Potatoes Sh.uulders ..... x:
Irsh ....... 1. 40 Beef
Early R'se seed .. 80 Corned .......
V;eel .75 toi .o0 Fresh .. iotoit
fit t r sack .... oo Dried .. ....... 2
fable ......... 5 Milk pr qt .. .. i<
S Naiislp .j 4a5 "2 Ax, with handle ...i. oc
GalvW R woo .. 7to8 Hloes, each .... 35a5C
Mantilla rope . 2toi8 Copper paint, can... oc
St6es, cook . $8a$25 Linseed oil, gal. g5a6c
Pibe pr joint ... 15
Prints r yd .... 6a7 Checks ........ 6to S
Shetings ........ 59 Flannel ........ 15a4C
Muslin ........ g9ait Thread per spool .. 5
Jeens ......... 5a.45 Shoes, ladies ....
S 1, $I, 2.75, $4100
Men's .$1.40 a4,oo
Hay tpr cwt ..... 1.25 Oats pr bu ....... 75
Bran .......... 1.70 Brick pr M .... 13.00
Rope "isM ....... 7a9 Lime pr bbl .... 11.5
FRUIT and NUTS.
Dratngi per doz... 30 Pecans pr lt ...... 15
Apples ......... 20 Walnuts ...... 20
Lemos ......... 30 Almonds ........ 15
Inshltpr 1,oo0o... 2.0oo Opened pr qt .... 20
Horess ..... $soa$so Cows ...... $25 t $~50
ulel'- .. 50a$175 Hogs ........ $3to$6
Orteh pr yoke ... $65 Sheep ........... $2
Chickens each .. 4as5o Geese each ..... 45a5o
rurkeys ..... 9oai.50 Ducks ........ 25sa5
Fre a Salt
ullet pr doz ... 25 Mullet pr. bbl 6.50
Trout ........ 25 Trout ....... 6. So
'onpano pr lb.. 10 Pompano .... io.oo
Sturgeon ...... 1o Mackerel .... 8.oo00
eartper t... $14.oo00 Heart, perm.. .44.00
lace ...... 12.00 Face . 12.00
ap" ......io 10.6o Sap 0.00
pr Drop Siding Clapboards ll
heart fac ipr m i ni.oo lx6in pr mn.... $12.00
Sap ... o.00oo Finishing lum-
Buf lumber...8at 12 ber, d .... $ia$15
Heart shingles.. 2.50 Lath, pr m ..... 2. oo
Ba.) ...1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20
11u W'S TIts 7"
o f ttey aii ll iin .ed '-; lirs ,11i twt'
or a ill V cit .4e 4 it Q iii ii l i iat r(il in. i (e
cii re li3y 1 i ll'' J hi l'iih Ctlie.
.I. if tK S IsV 31 CO.. 'roy'., 'loed (,0.
ye ti e Uideorsigined, have kniuoII F. J
t1!laiey o Ir their lt 15 years, sind heliEv.-
llild pert'tvlw y ] emliu '.1"ral ;1 all ltisil'tfs
ll I.icluis ~ ll n ti s. aillf iiIi il nle o E carry
l| ivilly ohiiii l iS i ia'le l)v their firlit.
lti tsl ,i T utli uilosal I) uiggi.'l os,
W'ilhlitl, l)i .lliii& &' Mairvin,
Wliii^tale)ti}isls, Toledo, 0.
Hall's satarrhi CPure is tnken initrially.
acting directly upo.n tile Itli e.d s id ioiou
ous surfl'iqt of tilt ystueis. Price, 75c
per hlotlh. iQoldl Iv ill driuigisls.
Tike Ltll. l'm i"iilv ill lfor eomnslipa.-
Llanos of Venlxouela.
enezuela rectr-ed itis iluzcll name
.or bleak pl;hins. tin w:i, lihe tlnatwros
l, e i pre, ariou 'if., ha, hlargk'ly
cliaingd tldhelr ci.r*ir'actvir ,ince !ilin-
Jioltf. l tilt them. Titan 4 f I :I,, t.rIheat
]lr'Tie ii -itle. Iut li i! v1'ai ).id to
tithe ajt4'j.' 'I' iof tihe b;i,.'ats tteefd
the i1iir.|.fcEite. T'i :lau'is ate now
rU' i 'It' lh t'riiil':.' U Vi'a t'liti Ii ; s Ui'Euce of
Stim ber. i
Of p. ,'. i'i \,'liCrt.iel,,;i 4'r fss'o,r
]ll]l .lr .v *1i "iA s;'y*( '', ? i lit e on
.IDlE fi lt In 4.rdl Et (<;' fm; lll I' i i.
vf.'hir. lo ir'."-'i' 't'r tnli'i-'ily wias
Efl'hr'I iP'' edr.. Ki*. l, r&'sI'-' I l '*Ia.'
('i1"0 Wt,' f' 'r ti',il,' '.rf".i i',h'-.:-i, l
b., tilvntl qs Ier k eI:b w'Ih)
(put brcnbihi g I heir f~ iuntlo1,n."
Rare. I W~eed.
1917 rftrcil dp- there three thing
O~'--1wan vvtj Nd nis notnething. 1
~ ot i 1i4- Inl kreat numbers tf
P~~o~ hothillt be oll10ht to have If'
Squeezrd the Squeezers.
It is said thlnt whln Mr. Yerkes be
-ran to innke more-'" soine of the hink
,. 'r '-i whi h hI hald l"rrowed though
'qutieze" him' 1) (emanding In
I! .lit repayment cr a larre consider
, call on one of these "bankers" an
* here met the others. Their demand
was m" de, and their victim seemed a
their mercy. They did not. however
know the re-ourcefunless of Mr
Yerkes, who retaliated by rom-rkinT.
W c'I. T ,'we a lot to al ht Ill huink,
here,. aid I'll lurt pulitsh a statenien
tolmrri'1w !i tle papers. givhin the ful
I amounts and stntin:- my inability t(
p !ay. This wi:l make 'u-h, a run oi
'. the banks that they will soon be a"
'e broke as I should. ard therefore I shial
i. not lie thl only sufferer."
to The ",siuueeZers" recognized the trutt
5o of this ard so withdrew their demand
S.Mr. Yerkes. however, refused to with-
e draw his threat unless they lent himn
3 another $50,000. They did so.
o A Hindrance.
SI Sulu)rbanite-Youl ar' half an hour
late this morning. Letter Carrier-Yes.
5 irn'a m. The rections of stovepipe 1
s hn .e to wear inside my trousers legs
5 on a<
this. street hamper my movements.
s .1a'am."--Chin.ago Tbrileie. ..
0 Why She Held on to It.
I IMrs. Willful-My husband told me If
1I didn't like the brooch you'd exchange
2 It for me. Jeweler-Certalilly, madam.
I'll ble only too glad. as foitr different
I ladies of your set want It
8 Won't Slight a Good Friend.
5 'If ever I need a cough medicine,
arain I know what to get," declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals, Me., "for af-
ter using ten bottles of Dr. King's New
Discover'y, and seeing its excellent re-
siults in my own family and others, T
am convinced( it is the best medicine
s made for clutghs, co'ds and lung trou-
ble." Ev'-ry one who tries it feels just
that way. Relief i- felt at once and its
qu ck curcs surprises you. For bron-
chi'is, aothma, hemorrhage, croup,
'a grippE', sore throat, pain in chest ot
luing- its supremnl. 5')c. and $1. Trial
ht, tl e fr'ee. Guairantec'd bv A. H.
An Elephant Briawe.
In ancient times in India a famous
General used elephants to bridge aP
stream. lHe possessed a 'battalion of
over .700 elephants, i:'d. approaching i
ri-'r where the stream wa,' too rapli'
fcr 1hi-" tr",.s tn cross. he ctrdered th'
eleph:lnts l:i ni'd Il:'d them played sid'
by side. fi lung up and down th
I stron;a. T'en pl'nmks --or- brou"'
-rd I Id from t",e l.n'k cf ,,ri elephail
troops p;'-"(d I'i ,nfety, the cr'ly trot
h)l e-'per"t .. d I)eing the showers 4
wit"r whi,"h the cleP!th'"'s kept UT) I
rueklin" Up the rcfres'iln! 111l1d I
Their trunks ard tossing it ever the'
Kills to Stop the Fiend.
The worst foe for 12 years of John
Deye, of Gladwin, Mich., was a run-
Sning ulce'. He. paid doctors over $400
witl,on benefit. T en Bucklen's Ar
nica Salvo killed the ulcer and cured
him. Cures I'ever sores, boils, felons,
eczcinia, salt rheum. Int.llible for piles,
Irilrnisscalds, cuts, corns. 25c at A. H.
C ii n :in uir statl eq'lat ii.'el(d r,
us. n aid in I i, th ti emperor exei
l-c- <':l'rdtnl fn'rtions. Twice .
re:r t 1). emn,'r'r as "oni of heaven"
.v,-1r-h; 's liefre t' e tnll t cf ;'hung T
I r "urret e h"' lve'li In a c' ord'trlu"e wit'
hhe aielcnt i" vorial nionothelisr
Twivei a year li' lanlis iln- ene before
the i:1ll"t< ,' f 1hi ib i (e'torS in 3wcord
Sane witlih cnfu .inl.;u. Twi'e :
enar h'e ;'(,ri"ee''S to t'le P' (1ds of Tt
i'I ri'd twice' a ye'r to tlihe kin'e
In(l,.i~ The Iln('wle t il"d .ri'nltlv
r"'i.:l n oi f C'hl,.' t_ mi.o thelsti,, bt
thiS ('ireet 'wor'h!l was reg:i''1(.d a
too ubl)llm," f'r th" lEo'p'E s)o ilhait I
be alme re' ervd f< r the emp'er< r alon
as: t'in "*'':n of heaven" a"d is1: p'ie'"
('f tire ntleon. The peop'e on thefl
partl w"r.hlp'd their in'eetor, and I
wI's this ni o tr.l r'.I lln which Con
fu'lus identif'd hllinwef with a(nd re,
frm(d. Trhe old .uiper'tili"ns r'ee te
by C'olfutslU were ah)qE'rle)(d lby TaU
I-.i. hll'h 1I polythei '1 and the r'
llclon of th" p-"u':i e. Then' Put
rhii.-m 'cnme i I! 'ih-.i lou" 1.5 A. I
I.',.i Iill f ,',,r three relli"', ns, tbr
l,1i' rw' avipported and state en
Not Very C-*rn.
'Oddl. I .n't oi, how illuin.ti ways aitn
n stuch dirtet contradiction to na
n re?" t
'In whlit. fnor instance?"'
"Did you ever find anything Oi'.("
fiout n grass widow?" Baltnitort.
"How on fI ever learn toi nndrstla3i'
"You (,;in nivirry her Ibut when y
nave done :tht it will lie too, I:ite f.ir
-our understlnlintig of her to be of waui
Tnptlft to vOe " T' "' .**"
WE & POWER COMPANY.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
PJURE CRYSTAL ICE!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
A COLD STORAGE EQUIPMENT
3 ables Vs to ri11 Orders At Once I
No Order Too Large; None Too Small!
T. J. MCSWEEN, Manager,
- speiil rbport to thb Buoy
Mrs. M. G. Post of St. Ahdi'ew!
on her return from Wewahichk,
last Thursday, stopped in with Mr:
d S. E. Donaldson for a few day
t The Parker fishing crew came i
ast Thursday and reported du
J Mr. F oyd Hall a native of Ind
t ana, left on the Tarpon, last Friday
on his way home, after spending
about two months in the Bay coun
try. Every one hopes he will corn
* We had a fine rain last Frida'
night, which makes the garder.
Mr. W. H. Parker is having somi
more work done on his launch.
The Parker Sunday school i
Mr. and Mrs. George Kryder to >-
dinner, Sunday, with Mr. and Mis
J. C. Vickery.
A:H.tBrake of St. Ai(revs^ w
in Parker last Monday, locking foi
buyers of sewing machines.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Percival
spent some time with Mr. and Mrs.
Kryder, last Sunday.
Mr. A. R. Percival was over early
Monday morning after the Ca:la
way mail, with his cap set back on
his head. He is always on time,
realizing fhat that is the way to
work for Uncle Sau.
Mr. and Mrs. Kryder are expcc -
ing to start for their hom3 in Ohio,
next Monday. They leave many
friends around Parker.
Cricket fightin.tg, a .i tionnl sport 1
ihe Celestil Khingdom. is q'dd to see
,'ri kets .*ire traihied. Theliy are exer
1i d and dieted. and daily. before a
inat, h. sniller. weaker crickets are op
*)osed to thi'iu thai l they lmy work u'
"or thetnselvtes good fighting systems
SIn mawthes Ihe beting Is vNery high
'lie Chi(nese, who ar3 tremendous ga;i
biers, often lose fortunes over erli'kets
is Ameri. i millionaires lose fortunes
>vPr race .t ries. A good cricket flight
will last half nn hour The opposing
ril-kets. e'ilh i n tube like .i box stall
Rre dropped into a ring with a wall
round It about six Inches high. A
omlntant to, win must throw Ills rl
.'al over tllhis wail clean (out of Ihe rinl
tiny bells are rung by itht second&
rhese bells have a pe'-lillar thiibr,' and
*xcite the crickets to a very frenzy of
righting. A cricket with a good record(
will sell f'r $5 or $10. while chnlmplon
)ften fetch $50.-New Orleans Tim-"s
A Needed Chance.
The no;' %- dep larticnt oite receive,
rromn tohe w'.conlander In chief of tli
Ileet an (tlieil communication relative
to certain clhaaes reconniended(1
him to he nimadc iln thie uilfori sh'ii rt
'he enlisted men. In :ecordian. e wih
-lstomn thbs letter was forw;ided t.
'nrious officials for comment or e'i
ression of opinion, the remarks s
'achi officer boin4w appended on an11 ii
dorsement slip. Each indors!ement li
trodu('es the subject matter of the let
ter in a belief, and one of then thul
tersely explained the contents: "Corn
mander in chief desires to (hbang'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IT. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida,
May 8, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that Robert Brow,n
of Southport, Florida, who, on January 28. 9o04,
made Homestead Entry, No. 33684, (Serial Num-
ber olo5s) for N% of SW~and N 1-2 of SE 1-4
Section 28, Township i South, Range 14 West,
Tallahassee 'Meridian, has filed notice of inten-
tion to make Final fi-:-e year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before the
Clark of the Circuit Court, at Vernon, Florida
on the 15th day of June, 1909
Claimant names as witnesses: Louis Floyd.
Sam Clay, Alex Carroll of McMillan. Florida and
Linzje Byrd of Sou thport, Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register,.
Editor's fee paid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Gairesville, Fla. -
May 8. 109-
Notice is hereby given that Robert L. Purcell,
of Enconfina, Florida, who, on August 3, 1904,
made Homestead Entry, No. 34686, (S -riallNo.
0277<). for S6I-2of NWi-4 and Wi-2ofSW1-4
Sectio 1312, Tp. x north. Rarge 13 west, Tallahas-
see Meridi in, has filed notice of intention to
make final commutation proof, to estab ish claim
to the land above described, before the clerk of
the Icirtuit court, at Vernon, Florida, on the
15th day of Ju-ie, 1909.
Claim nt names as witnesses: J. W. Purcell,
j, w. Brown, B, B. Ellis of Enconfina, Florida.
and J, M, Porter, of Beninett. Florida.
and J, M HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
Editor's fee paid.
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U K McCAlU. CO. 238le8W. 9'1l0 St. NEW 10 .
Married couple or small family to oc-
cuuy the new Methodist Parsonage in
St. Andrews and to board one nW' e-
change for rent. New and handsomely
built two-story house-five large rooms
Besides floislhed. attic and tunk room.
Guod pump of clear water on kitchen
porch Call on or addres-
REV. F. WINEMAN,
St. Andrews, Fla.
iaSK adlesiaese and teautiites the txar.
P-r Promotes a luxuriant growth.
)Never Faile to nest.re GOrayr
M J TrHair to its Youthful Color. I
B^ Cures scalp diseases & hair falling.
rso, 1 anl.00oat Druglts
II --~T7 CPX* --~--Y~ -117--* i r ~ ` ----- -I I
n Rev. F. Wianman went to Souti
11 port Saturday1 to flil his appoin
ment there, Suqday.
i- Mrs. J. D Forester Misses llh
, Castaing afid Mastie Forester tro
g a trip to BaNyhdh;d saturday lat,.
- Capt F. H. Ware ot Bayhea.l is
e a frequent call in St. AnJrew3.
Mrs. ChandlegofChipley and 1 ei
Y sister Mrs. Jessup, of Denver Col
s were callers on Mrs. Forester las
e Miss Ella Flowersof Blakely, Ga
and Mrs. Thotrs.'i mistre-s of our
, popular hot.dl' "1 he Oaks" were
pleasant cal'.e&, 41t tle Buoy office
k yesterday afteatlooni
Misi EllajSi ng who has been
%j si li n,,,erll leaves
or'her h ie ape on pings,
r Fla., today. \
Messrs. G. H. and 0. P\ McKen-
, zie of Panama City were pleasant
callers in town Mn onday1
I. A. Hutchinson a l wyer of
Panama City, called at the Buoy
office on business,' Tuesday.
Miss Annie Su ber stayed for
a couple of days in town,1with her
many old friends.
A. J. Fleming editor and proprie-
tor of the "Early County News,'
Blakely Ga., madeit brotherly call,
on the editor ot this paper, M( n
day, His stay in St. AnJrews was
brief; but promised an esr:y return
or a more lenghty sojourn.
Among the gusts of "The Oaks"
during the past week were:
A. F. Patrick, of"Pensacola.
T. G. Billups Richmond, Va.
C. C. Gideon, Cokomo, Ind.
C. 0. Buthaw, Chipley, Fla.
J. T. Britt, "
B. Curry, "
C. L Wells, "
J. E. Williams, D.othan, Ala.
T. T. Wright, "
E. H. Johnson, Tallahassee, Fla.
C. B. Watley, Atlanta, Ga.
R. A. Bennett, Nashille. Tenn.
D. McDougald, St,. Louis. Mo.
H. S. Howaid, Fla,
J. Merthan, S. C.
C. H. AuGa.
A. J. Fleming, Blakely, Ga.
J. C. Haynes .
W. H. Flowers, "
Joe Flowers, 4"
Miss E. Flowers,'
Pr. W. J. Jennings and family
of Blakeley, Ga,
A. Lewis, Marianna, Fla.
P. Stone, Pensacola, Fla.
T. E. Johnson, -
A Greenhut, "
P. E. Bonifield, bhicago, Ill.
J. W. Stauple, BainbrAdge, Ga.
T. N. Yon, Tallahassee, Fla.
E. C. Morris, Red Oaks.
Most of the guests are still at the
Dr. and Mrs. Jennings expect to
spend the summer. Miss Flowers
will also remain for a month or two.
Tom-I ate of the cakes she made
Just to make mysetl rid. Dick-Did
you succeed? Tox-I couldju't feel
any more solid if li ad eaten concrete
or building stone.-Utjta Herald.
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Mr; ahd Mr* R. L. Studebaker
the newly im ried couple ot Cro
manton, were in St. Andrews yes
terday, accoim nied by the bride's
mother, Mrs. Ecker and Miss Fran-
ces Kearns, all of the same place.
-uccu, m te one great leading feature of
our new Hair Vigor may well be said to
be this-it stops falling hair. Then it
goes one step further-it aids nature in
restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy
dtndition Ask for "the new kind."
--"Made by the J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Ma.s.m.-
'The rich bachelor sighed Aild looked
at the beautiful girl fixedly., "Thli:fgs
are at sixes an seivehs with me. I
feel the sgrat need of a wolnan in my
home. cne who could straighten out
mny targled affair's and make life worth
living again." Her,1 glan-e spoke an
interest whii.h 1alpproxhinitely exp)ectt
iou. "Y'es?" she (qle(ri..d softly. I,
l)lurted out. "Do you know of an;
ccd. abllebc.c'd w (a ';i ii wVh (ii I could
;g't to clean h.-ui'.''"- r.,on;utlt.
A Cur: Scheme.
Yotlg Vile- I an (i elrinlined t>
.earl iat what lir c'y husband. (come'>
1lome it niiIhitsh t >(1" ) w ;it 1 wil
( Caillot le';) iwa ':e. i11 ii is ilv;wa I
*ar:ef:.l nct to mia;m ;v iralrti le lof noise(
's there tiny dri-g wih' i i iro(nIce
i.-;ikefll:;ess? :,1 W\ife-No Inee:l
'n)y drugs. Sprinkle the fo r wit
P. p. P.
P. P. P. will purify and vitalixe your
blood, create a good appetite and give your
whole system tone and strength.
A prominent railroad superintendent at
Savannah, suffering with Malaria, Dyspep.
sia, and Rheumatism says: "After taking
P. P. P. he never felt so well in his life, and
feels as If he could live forever, if he could
If you are tired out from over-work and
close confinement, take
P. P P..
If you are feeling badly In the spring
and out of sorts .take
P. P. P.
If your digestive organ need toning up,
If you suffer with headache, Indlgestioi,
debility and weakness, taka
P. P. P.
If you suffer with nervous prostration,
nerves unstrung d a general let down
of the system,
P P. P.
For Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Scrof-
ula, Old Sores, Malaria, Chronio Female
P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best blood purifier In the world.
W. V. oPMAN.
i SEC IR,_EVIOE
Astronomical Query. I "
When the cow jumped over the moon M. MOOUUR, Proprietor,
ild she leave tlh mmky way behind Bay Front and Wyoming Avenue.
The LeaAing Drug Store
C0 Or ST. ANTDBRWS-
A MN DRUG STORE.
Knowing drRAg values, is of course, the most important
featured of ur b flnes, btflf It has not taken all of our time to know
drug values. WX'knfow the value on TOILET sPlECIALIES. We
know how to select t'and buy the very finest that are made.
COni IT AND
Test the Fragrance f Our 1
LATEST PERF11MS '
Examine Our Toilet Waters
hey are unsurpassed in permanency
ani deltcacy of odor. We keep a com- i/
plete assortment of the most delicate
domestic and imported perfumes and e
Toilet Waters throughout our entire
Toilet Goods Department
ie miostt faistTdidsts, taste is p)leased.
Ve _i a consiVgllent of Toilet Soaps, Toilet Sponires and SpO'r'me's for tht
Baith that come nearer to perfectln tha iativ we eversaw. Toilet Soa freee
from impurities er.mot to be found everywhlee. We have them. If youf taritt
anything in this linh. here is the piace to get it.
TOILET POW'DER--Theattention of all ladies who c re to havegand re
tain a beautiful complexion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called' to our line'
o'f delicate powders and complexion beautifiers. Pro'eet the' open pores o f the
skin frotm dirt, windand dust by the use'sf those aids to' charm', No woman's
oilet is 'olmplete without a dust of faintly s'eneted powder' ovet the tieck and'
face Tooth Powders, Pastes. Washes, Co'smnetics and Rogues of every desc'rin--
tioi. Tooth Blrusheq, Hair Brushes, Cboribs. Manicure Sets, and all the' little'
toilet requisites soeesential to comfort. hoalthl f'nd beauty are to be found he'.e-
in endless variety ellle RUBBER GOODS. Inthis
apartment our stoekjis lpeUete. E aGO DS i0 goods
Our goods are thl best rtiakes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PA74TNT MEDII2ET1S in demand
,A. J H. JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.
In your comb? Whysop Is
not the head a much better place
for it? B tter keep what is left
where it belongs! AyePs Hair
Vigor, new improved formula,
quickly stops falling hair.
There is not a particle of doubt
about it, We speak very posi-
tively about this, for we know.
bodnolchifge the Mbr of/he hair.
Formula with each bottle
S S how it to your
A lJ Ask him about it,
- then do as he says
V ARKRE if
a a a FLi
~titi~Vi~VING A sPiIIALTY.o~~9
A. H. Brake,
SEWING MA( ICIII"'
UNBDERTAKINDi A SPECIALTY!
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PENSAC OLA, FL,
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IN CANNED GOODS,,
Use Only Libby, McNeil & Libby!
IF YOU SMOKE,
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AS COOD AS THE BE .T
WVIIEN IN NE'll) O1" 1'0t\VI'' FOR -Y N': i,
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Ps Ps Ps
Makes larvelous ies n Bl00 oo poison, Renmatisia aiil Scrful
p.' p p. purifies the blood, builds up the weak and debilitated, give
sgtrengh to weakened nerves, expels disease, giving the patient health and
happiness, where sickness, gloomy feelings and lassitude first prevailed.
Inlood poison, mercurial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blood
and skin diseases, like blotches, piles, old C om l c
lead, we say without fear of contradiction that P.P.isthebet
*purifier in the world. blood is in an 'reCon-
Ladies whose systems are poisoned and whose blood is in an hpure con-
dition due to menstrual irregularities, are peculiarly benefitted by the iWonm
derful tonic and blood cleansing properties of P.P P., Prickly Ash, 1okd
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, CA.
PIONEER DRUG STOFE.
ID- A-1-IL .EI?~f
Dris Mediciilnes, Fancy T0oilet AricleS
I Handle no fluack Nostrums.
PIESSI1PTIONS iAREFULLY 03. POUNDED I
S ... .FS. .E. M ; .. ..
A slsofite 3;Cftiplhrtet.
during Mr. Cleveland's toifr of the
south shortly after liis marriage Mrs.
Cleveland and he were driving one' day
through the streets of one of the- larger
thwns escorted by two of its (tlzen's.
Some one threw al lifih 0 io'' S. to
SIts. ('levelaud, and Mr. Cleveland
bent forward.to catch it, remarking as
he presented it. "I wonder why no one
jfives me flowers."
One' of the gentlemen present gal-
lantly tepllled, "We think you have won
the fairest f'o9 ef in aft the land."
"Ah, yes," returned the resident;
"but, ydu see, I can't lreep Aerf hi wa-
"It Is not tiecessary s!nce you teep
her in such excellent spirits," ,ts the
Iepre, t's. CttielInd 'lte(rpo'd,. sPay-
&i'g "' lni amffr;Tl] you a'r gritlty of lat-
"el.."' wl.'lerctfIpThfl '" )heP 11 re'pl:.:'
":, Irdifm. inftc.r' ffulsoine
o '-'Plim pnf. :'f. !;i tl'r fis't:itfie' no
i ,oi 'ifireait (.(n'.d i;e oi'll'ef foo' a frank
"t t(f fc::somn'."
Tblye' carlni utf this rei-.poiuse i Hes i
lie' ist and fori'h fr'ci the' lasf
vords, Mrs. Ciervefffid' mfiidTi name
being Fran:',e P1osoiT.
"Vo'fi' cR-st spell Io': \('af. like hf' fip'-
p'opnt:.ii ( .Is i.rl f! rtalhle'!okraln." said
tl'i litil] 'mov
a s:iiH l iO'n' t
"'V'c!'!," iiSw:-'('f 11 he boy who was
leading a dog by a piece of rope, "dat's
where I'm lucky. I don't have to."
J-r- --- VC- - .Ono
yo" Ofe iieeziii id1t A-Y le:'s
as old A4thetlfte; i'ji~ff s it
Aft er Ciii'i' J.; 4 Y' 1"14'' ii I
t heir feinperafe itcti~lisl. Cditt 01)I
(ce~Es. "d lit tqsMA: M'i ~4;iice
herd sfiicsynj Aiotf1iW hi-crvy('p'j1
to bymii, Ot i md eh e ,)'i. t ,'C("y-
fier.e, uMid ,yeh lditi'eof filh"e j)i ooa"i'p
A4 tufiofhAisApPt'~fftfto.' ~~ ifegifgztdkit
pfle('~tng Atfiiihtgf'r l nI tef"( Put fs
111 fthe' foflowin~t codjVf~l:
Anc-4z74on gstinda iftdrhh~r~fatfd
in the 0iifinind4; 6t!:'6fkA it I*
beievcd 11211f dtiI'wii y 1-6114 iid s liIder'
fbe th:rall of (ihe fairien fMidit It sftiet'es;
Knew dthetil t of-noe.
T'ivt i'catr appct'.teO aflto'i tI~I p ng iltt
old EilglIstv vflhun t-nsf :m tis eVre,
store his chuik-ti. (ft ,yekiiet amt(' of
ttk- PotcIl xvete grotp,4l3i': t;hot tg Of
tiftdeoils, faces fithat.1dall 'ea'Wft hi~w-f
h1Uddoli. Th~e tlcat findt 'stfy io nwk.-it
fuace:, ftrkorl- f ip' tfntif Cfe"~ ek- tnrs'.4
wer'e mnade dlstfmcf. T'Fln'm' W Vcoo,*k :V
1't'lV old lady of t11t4' rbo (ri) loeEr.0
1!:vui :11mi1.1 oki4ld y *v :1,41:. d If sl E 'I
tell Lim who I lie,,' vi't'e. 'y .. ~
may 1:1art. ( 8.1'sa1.1 Sin'..~ fit
olad onney.-i'*yu "~ M b
Sii. PA RK ER,
I - I -. I
A Methodical Being.
A man of method who attended to
everything oiu schedule time, whether
Sit was work or recreation, had the
i(ortune to fall lu love whneu he had
passed the age of forty. The mistress
of his heart put up with his oddities.
He had regular nights for calling upoDn
her, regular hours for .cowning and
going, regular theater and club nights,
ttc. In fact. she looked upon his regu-
larity as something admirable.
Thinks bad been going on in this
Wfay lot two years, and finally the
great crisis came. They were to lee
married. The day was fixed, the wed-
ding clothes were made, the guests in-
4tte4, and the minister was engaged
At til appointed time they were ahi
assembled. -The bride was dressed, the
wedding presents were displayed, but
the bridegroom came not. The bride
wept and fainted, bult ft did no good.
Vlnally some friends of the delinquent
groomt hurried away to see if he pould
be found. He could. He was at home
In his room. reading as uncoincernedly
as if be bad sever contemplated get-
"hat is the matter? Why don't
you come to your wedding?" shouted
The man of regular habits laid &own
S1'aw Very sriy," he said,. "bWt this
tl may regular day for YtaUytg at home
m4d reading. I forgot it when I made
thIc engagement. The wedding will
have to be- .ewtponed.'-London Tit-
%be late Sir John StaineK one' of"
lilgliaid'ts osfs eefebrnited' musicians
emd coumposen, was once staying in a
Omall Swiss village, and the English
clergyman was on the outlook for a
musician to assist at' tile' service.
Stainert was 4In the office of the hotel
*t.edr the- clergyman found him and
sttirtedrtlie'conversation with "Do you
play, the barmonium?"
"A little," was the reply of the for
mer organist of St. Paul's-oathedral.
"Will you, then, be good enough to
fielp 0u'outof'our-difficulty on Sunday?
We will read the Psalms, and the
Iyymns shall be the simplest I can se-
lect,'t added the delighted parson,
"I will do my, best"' said StalnerE
twftt ilSmil k. -
The' service proceeded satisfactorily.
bnt the' congregation at the close lis-
tlmed1 t,-a brilliant recital. When the
pamrso leard! the- name of his assist,
agt be asked him to dlinert "Do your
smoke?" he asked at the else.
"I will do my best," responded Stain-
wF, and the'ensuing laughter was the
prologue of an, entertaining exchange,
When- BFoston Shuddered.
S"The superior intelligence of Bosto:
continues to excite the envy of her sit
tMir cities," recently observed a prom!
nent Bostonian, "mand I propor'e to add
ftilitethe flame- by citing the newest
bwt~e 'tiereof. A' llitl6 boy in thc
Ilaak Bay distri' t, at who:e house oc
eur many meetings of a certain liter
sry club, was asked not long ago by a
returned Bostonian what had become
-of a family named Deerlng.
'"Thic DeerilngsY said the boy. 'Oh
they ite' tot a'lked' lkere any more
.Jey'i'e no longer on mother's list.'
"''No longer on the list? 'What's the
"'Why. h'lven't you heard? Drusilla
Peering sent a sonnet to the Atlantic
that: contained twenty inses!'"-Lip.
-'.i cott's. _
Proved an Alibi.
e- m e-In "aceIlfled nit a certain boarding
ffe one ef these where "a few re-
fined.gentlemen may share an elegant
The rlrL with the dun locks brought
lh the soup. When she came to .en-
kins he nptiTed .a long string of sub-
Itnntie.entlreiy foreign to the outp it-
Wft It-was a hair. In the dimn light it
looliedd, w'tr"tr't might have been from
the dun he"'d of the waitress. -
Jenkins called her attention to this
remarking that the best culinary anu-
thritlos are natrecd that .a strip of
'rltt iil 'aptllary snubstance is not es-
w ntIAl to the success of a plate of cons
*titiiine or other liquid ntcurl hment.
She didn't follow himn fully, but
when shle saw him holding ul) the
q, uirtfer of a yard cr more of hair ac-
'tlsiugly she spoke up in her own de
"That ain't mrine!t'A? e ide'lanfd in an
I"rIeve9 lRi": "Mi couatdh't be mine.
wy. rffir'f erfMir bru:-hrd my hair
Asnce yesttddy!"'-New York Press.
Forefrn Gun Tests.
"Tue governmMntl oull:lit.to guarantee
our. gun as. It gtlnvtIAttees our money,"
mild a' sportsman who lh d traveled
abroad. "England and B'1kglum test
and stamp every g a ma'ee it? their
"I have vI itNd the Belgian testing
wOirks at Liege. A gunl barrel gets two
ts.tet. ,The. first costs 5 ,(nts. the sec-
r1 O The, works conducted oui
thrd small fees are Self supp(:rting
AItow many livow-they itnitnv o -' T.Wv
gun barrels by themselves are tested
lirat. A charge three times as iftS
as the ordinary one lssred from them
They emerge. If the. (To emerge, strong
enough three times over fortthe-straint
tb fkr putt oni thiem hereafter. In- the
second test the guns complete. witl'
the breech action attached' are fired.
It they come through again all. right,
the government stamps them and' they
ate put on the market. It is queer
that only England and Belgium war-
a'nt-in this splendid way the national
eating, Going, Gone!l
A New York auctioneer Was begging
the crowd for a bid. He pleaded' fl1
Vth minutes andi then In desperation
"For the Lorfts sake, will no one
*%e me a bid ?"
A mild spoken gentleman replied:
"Why, yes, old man. I'll: tPy to .nep-
yu out. i bid you. good' nfghf."'
A rd the ItArdi fffsposed one depart-
I. lea'vrfnug fe arctioneer to the ten-
ier merr hts of a launging erowdl.--R
tobotb inmday Herald.
A IHiazy Term Liicaea.
Miss ol-ndart-Jack, what do they
wenan when they speak of a first water
diamumiid? .Jak-One that-um-er--
sne fresh from' the ILne-never been
snakedl. you rcaow.
The Sword of Cornwallis.
Art i': not ;I '.ay tr-l e to' history.
Schoolbo-s of several generations are
familiar xvit h tlhe Ipi:'ure of Cornwallis
suroueide:'ing his t;word to Washington
after the fa'lf of Yorktown. Lord Corn-
.vali.; Is revealed in the act of paF-sing
over 1is bIeautiful sword to the hand
of his ,con-queror. The inference is that
Wa.hing',n took the sword and kept
It as a trophy of victory. The facts
are qt'Ie ! hie'wire.
CoirnvaII l.s, proud even nu defeat, de-
clined to put in a personal appearance
on the occasion of his currerder. The
allikl forces. Amercan amld FIrenehl
who had besieged liiim for thirteesi
days, were drawn iup ii two columnsi
allr:; the road leading to H:ianpto:t
Rocha:nbeaun, on a f:O O La:y li''e, v avs
it the head of the French colunu. On
i'l v:!wie' e.'a'rger sat Va'whlington at
the head of the Amneriean troops. The
sur-endered British andi Ilessians
mnarcheJ out of their intrenchmnents
Imd passed down between tihe tv'o col-
Many thousands of Virginian ciilzens
were gathe"-e: to watch' the scene, all
eager to get a glihupse of Lord Corn-
wallls. Bu.t tfley ,-ere disappointed in
'that. Co'rnwalli. pl!eade' indi)sposition
an,.l stayed In his quarters. lie sent
'il sword by'one of his officers, Gen-
3a'l O'Hara. to le delivered up to
SWas!tivgtor, Ceneral' O'IIara offered
the swrrd to- WasfiTlgton, who direct-
"CA him to General Lincoln. the-offlicer
.vhoni VVashington had appointed to
e)ondur-t the surrender. Lincoln took
he sword from O'IIara's .hand and
heu politely handed It back, to be re-
..'.rned to- Corniv, ais.
1.i;rry W'Vli!t In t'.ilnider i(d ycn 1 sl
hirt fellow what time it was for wheri
.,ou carry a wat< h that Is always right
, 11 tie notch? IJi(ck-I merely wanted
o give him an escape to,- (hlbit his
And Enjoyed It.
Ethel-Didn't it seem an age from
ihe time you were engaged till you got
inarried? Maud-Yes, but Jack and I-
tianaged to squeeze through it.-Lon-
A happy Beart' is better than a full,
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
'DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida,
March 20, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that Maud E. Pittman
of I arianna, Florida,, whio, on March 3, 1909
made 'imber and. Stone Application, Serial, No.
o01264, for SW4, Section 32, Township i North,
Rarge 14 West, Tallahassee 'Meridian, has filed
Notice of intention to make Final Timber and.
Stone Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
at Vefnon, Florida, on the ist day of June, r909.
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 F3R PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Cffice it Gainesville, Florida"
April 24, 1109
Notice is hereby given that Samuel Braboy, of
Enconfina, Florida, who, on February 4, 1904,
made Homestead Entry, No. 33696, (Serial Num-
ber 02356) for SW4, Section 19, Township i
South, 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, 0oo9.
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. M. Forter, of Bennett, Florida, George Bar-
ber, Peter Hobby and W. R. Gainer of Econfina,
Florida, HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida,
April 24, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given (hat Barney Young,
of Southport, Florida,rwho, on February 23, 1904,
made Homestead Ent,y, No. 33869, (Serial Num-
ber 02425) for SE 4 Section 24, Township i
SSouth, Range 15 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make Final Five Year
Proof, to establish claim to the land ,.bove de-
scribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at
Vernon, Florida, on the 3rd day of June, 19o9.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George G. Morrell, of Noles, Florida, Sap
Clay, Jeff Watson, and Joe Talbert, of McMillan,
Florida, HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
-U. ST Land Ollice at G.1.niesvil.e, Florida.
April 10, 1909.
Notice is herel'y given that Pual Rss
,of Southport! Florida, who, on ,January
"25. 1904 made Homestead Entr,', No.
33648 (Serial Number 02335) for of e
of ne and eY2 of seo Sectien 17, Town-.
.ship 2 south, Runga 14 west, Tallcnasese
Meridian, lhas filed notice of intention to
make fin I five-year .proof to establish
.clailn'to the land above described. before
thile clerk of the circuit court at Vernon,
F'lorida, on the 19dh dhiy of May, 1909.
Claimant ninmes uis witnesses: C. A.
Willi nis, S. A.Robins. J. H. Lyon, and
J. C- Brown, all of Southport, Florida.
HEDRY S. CHUBB, Register.
ArW Editor's fee paid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DE tARTMENT OF THE INTEIIOa.
U. S. LAI OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
March 6, 1909.
Noticee is hereby given thliat Julia A.
Johnson, of Patinma City, Florida., who,
on January 8, 19C9, made timber and
stone Apolication, Serial N-o6'0tlPri, for"
neYj, section 2, township Is, range 14
west, Tallahassee .Vleridiau, has filed no-
ice of intention to make final timber and
stone proof to establish claim.t.othe land
ibove described. before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, 'lorida., on the
22d day of May,'1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: J. S.
3ardner, A. G. Purdy, W. H. Stoud-..
mayer, of Fountain, Florida, and H. W..
Johnsoln, of Panaina City, Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOi PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land 'Offiice at Gainesville, Fla.,
March 6, 1909. -
Notiee is hereby given that J. W:lsou
Gardner, of P'anama Citv, Fl rida, who,
on Janutpy 8. 1909, made timber and
,tone Application, Serial, No. 1l194,'fdi'r
sw-4 section 2, townsnip 1 south,,rang,
14 west, his filed notice of intention to
nmaks final timber and stone proof, to es-
tablish claim to the land above describ-
ed. before the cle.ak of the circuit court,
!it Vernon, Florida on the 21st day of
Claimant names as witnesses: A. G.
'I'urdv, W. H. Stoudemayer, J. S. Gard-
ner, of Fountain, Florida, anfd H. W.
Johnson, of Panama City, Florida.
HENRY S. C3HUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Lard Office at Gainesville, Fla.)
Notice is hereby given that James S.
Gardner. of Fountain, Florida, who, on
January 8, 1909 made timber and stone
Application, Serial, No. 01192, for nw1^,
-.ection 2. township 1 south, range 14
west, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no-
lice ol intenti'.n to make final timber and
stone proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the clerk of
the circuit court, at Veroion Florida on
the 21st day of May, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: A. G.
l'urdy,"M. W. Nixon, W. H. .Stoudcmay.
.r, of Fountain, Florida, and H. W. John
son, of Panama City, Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOI PUBLICATION.
Departmcnit of the Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE Av GAINESVILLE, FLA.
March 6; 1909. f
Notice is hereby given that Hony W.
Johnson. of Panama City, Florida, who,
on January 6.,.1909, made timber tnd
stoHe Application, Serial No. 01193, for
aiwlYof section 2 township 1 south, range
1-1 west, Tallahassee M ridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final timber
and stone proof to establish claim to the
land above described before the, clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Florida, on
the 22d day of May, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: J. S.
Gardner, A. G. Purdy, W. H. Stouae-
mayer, of Fountain, Florida, and J. W.
Gardner of I'anama City, Florida. ,
HENRY S. CHL'BB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Irterior.
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, F.a.,
MAarch 6, 1939.
Notice js hereby given that Hattyc E.
Gardner, of Chiplev, Florida, who, on
January v8, 1909, made timber ani stone
Application, Serial, No. 01272, for swYl4
section 15, township I south, rangc 14
!west, Tallahasseo Meridian, has filed no-
tice of intention to make final limber a-id
stone proof to esthldlish claim to the land
above described. I)ef re the clerk of the
ciscuit courtta. i. Vernon, Florida, on the
"ist day of May, 1909.
Claimant n.lmea as wi,'esses: J. S.
Gardner, WV. H. Stoidedmavcr, A. G.
Purdee, of Fountain, D. V. Gardner of
iChipley, all of Flor da.
HENRY S CRuBB. R zisteir.
DR W. G.I MITCHELL
DRUGS, MEDICINES and TOILET ARTICLES.
COM ME.RCE ST EAST OF WARE'S STORF
Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity,
DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Se.rvices to the Citizens of St, Andrews ?or
Mta y he *'mu i at tesicte nc mo iyse O B ivei, Vista avenue at night.
NOTICE ioR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
L. S. Land Ofie at Gainesville, Florida,
April 24, 1909.
NOTICE is h eby given .that Louisiana M
Porter, of BennethFlorida, who, on March, 1904
made Homestead try, No. 3389&3, (Serial Num
ber 02440) for N of SE4 and SER of SE4
Section 24, Towiiip i South, Range l4 West
Tallahassee Merid n, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Fi .Year Proof, to establish clain
to the land abovw described, before the Clerk o
the Circuit Coaitt,,t Vernon, Florida, on the 2nc
day ofJune, 1909..'.'
Claimant narnmes as witnesses:
B. M. Cox, J. '~I Porter, and J. H. Brown, oi
Bennett, Florida. nd Saimuel Braboy, of Econ
final. Florida. H~RY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE IR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTM 14T OF THE INTERIOR,
U.S. Land fflece atl G ineavi%-llme, Fhi.
- April 10,1909.
Notice is Iln' liy given thai Alice Pot-
ter, widrw of ameals I'oller, decreased, el
Soutlhpori, FI1 ,ida, whio, on' Pelihriar'y 4,
1901, milade H estead lintry, No. 33695.
(Ser al No. 0- 55) for nw v/4 scetion 19
townshiD 1 so th, riti'ai 1iJ3 %i st, Tall i-
hassee Meridi.' limas tiled nciotice of intend.
tion to make ital five-veir proof to es-
lablish claim tb the lamind aove dsesciiolI
before the c lrk-of the cire it court, aI
Verionll, Flori -, on tile 19thlday of MAly
Claimant ni ep as witnesses: San:
Brabov. Peter tiryeE', Dave harvey, anti
Irvin Easter, 1'of Econfina, Florida,
HI it Y S. CHvUBs, Register.
< dRito.'" fde paid.
D, D.. M. -.....an railroad
builder, ha4 a s national career, be-
ginning as an" axman in the Canadian
lTorly in life Mann visited Europe on
a 1ibsiness mission and at a dinner one
night became involved In a quarrel
with a Russian nobleman. Next day
he received 4 call from one of the no-
blyman's friends, bearing an iuvita-
tidn to a duel. "If he doesn't like what
I Said to him, let him come up and
tell me so," said Mann. "He can come
a-rtnning, too, and carry any size gun
he likely. "
The friend explained that would nev-
er do. Nothing but the regular thing
on the field of honor would do.
"Oh, all right!" said Mann. "I've
been fighting duels all my life. But
I'll have to insist on using my na-
tional weapon-a sixteen pound double
The friend went away holding up his
hands at the barbarian. That night
the nobleman met Mann. Hle was
about the size of a grasshopper. Mann
is something over six feet high and
four wide,'with no fat. "I fight you,
m'soo," said the nobleman, "with the
weapon of any civilize nation, but 1
be hanged if I commit suicide."
Clerk or Bricklayer?
"You often hear clerks say they would
rather be bricklayers on account of the
pay, but they don't know what they're
talking about. Clerking beats brick-
laying every day in the week and
twice on Sunday." ,
He took another cheese sandwich IL
his log,paTe, Ink stained fingers and.
perched on the lunch counter's high
stool. de(laimed warmly:
"'Clerk-, however poor, are popular'
wiih tie ladies on account of their fine'
-lotl, i.'ii '.' '1: lavoers when they go
pT r-fl." the oltd shoulder.
".A '.eRkaIyer. no matter how in> ii
hle rin:ke's, h;as trouble In' getting int(
-f oil Is' i1:.- fri': irn 'e. but aI clerk, wittl
'tii \lhite l.lums. is wckCmLe Il tiany
!; u:e li(e ( i aFjilord.
"I k! cw vwhat l'mi talking about, for
I brihl:Mli-1 lwo' yen rs before I took to
'lei-l:ing. And you'll lind lots of young
:ri'l|! ;yPrs forsiluikhng the trowel for
*I', pc!1; but. th(oughi clerks ofton say
-iiterly that they'd rather lay bricks
thin p'us!h a pen. they don't really
neiani it--they nev'r turn."-Cincinnati
"The Dog of Montargis.
A''int'saI uctctrs ;rre by nio means new
'o he .sta'om. There m're on record In
;tar( es wth('e I) four le;,ed Ierrormner
i's .oade thie greatest suc( ess in a
lay. dIrawling hundreds of people night
'ft'v" :r ht by thle ma"neti:sm cf his
'n.rcicu'ate nrt. In 1314 "The Dog of
\i('at'r is" w1 s produced at Covent
;'arden 1 ta' er. ,London. It was writ-
'] a'-curd a.true iunceident i:t which a
ann l.-;ws -un-dered in the forest of
3ct:d~' ji:d th? murdcr:'r tracked by
<:,-f 't. do:g. One d:ay thIis dog
ucdeisly Sfi'aurg at tlhe throat of a
n::n fi'd al-nmst killed him, whereupon
-he 'ret(h, t"rr"r S'ruck. ec.'fessed
h;it h!e \v;Ia t'o' I:mr'derer'. Tlii's dra-
n"i;'- in idert ft rnw'd tthe L):isis if the
l,'rvy. na:i ever'ythi,.t depended upon
in'e cl(v''r'in's (:f the d.;. Hie was
-;.'ld D.ra,.wi. ui-d Mi. a' tin: was' so
inarvelus "th;'.t the ['Ihl1" :'"cLievcd a re-
iunrka!:lr'" si- ce:as. ruui .i;_g fur thirty-
.- F..mil, Ja.'s.
Schlc-.linmtr (to- hisi vwife- -My de'r
I -wi.h y,.u w.u;. speak inure c:;reful-
!y. ,You saty 'hm't I'-enry Jones came to
this It' 1.11 ,U l.l d.
C '. l:. ':;w, wouldn't
1. L '..., :,'r ^,cn? I.J.,t h came from
Sundel'.:nI2 [' .i"fs i n1t
Wi'e-I d.' ite : aniy difference in
the wv.'o e-pressins.
Schoolinaster-jiut there is a differ-
ence, a rhlelorical difference. You
don't hear nie-mnake use of such awk-
ward expressions. By the way. I have
a letter froni your father in my pocket.
Wife-But miy father is not in your
pocket. You inean you have in your
pocket a letter.from my father.
Schoolmaster.--There you go with
yTOr little quibbles. You take. a de-
light in harassing me. You are al-
ways taking tip a thread and repre-
senting it as a rope.
Wife-IRepresenting it to be rope,
Schoolmaster For goodness' sake,
be quiet. Never saw such a quarrel-
sonae woman In my life.-London
;-iLf a Ltague.
T'ins elms. had juet finishe,] recitinry
'The1 Chare-:(,f the IA.ght Brigade."
"'N;w." said the te-icir. "can ani
ore present tell me the meaning of
t:hse words, 'Half a league?' "
Up shot thq hand of Thomas Jones,
aged eleven, football captaiD and in-
"lPlease, sirl it means they couldn't
get enough cebs to make up the fill
Some tone ad blundered.,- -
DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
No ice is. hereby given that the followi,, described lands will be sol:4 at pub-
1ic auction on the 71 th (k1y of June, 1009), at the East door of the Bat k.of
St. Anldrews, Fla or so much th( reof ins will be necessary to pay the iamouut of
the town ta es herein set opposite to the san.e together with the cost of such
sale and adv-rtisinir. Town. Tax.,s forithe- Tav6 of S-t.- Andraws,. Fla., for. 1908.
C L, ARMSTRONG, Town Tax Collector.
I 0 -
TO WrOM I Am't0I
| DESCRIPTION o Tx
ASSESSED. r nd
:. Cost s.
Has, W S' .. .. swi of niwi of swi .......30 3 14 10 $20 00' 77
McKenzie, R L.... e of s o sw f sw of f sw-
Morning, Edw'n W
Russ, M W estate.
CofTman, J D).....
Simpson, J D.....
Thompson, G ff..
Simpson, J D.....
Simpson, J D.....
Powers, Cora. ...
Powers, Cora ....
Powers, Cora ...
Powers, Cora ....
Simpson, J D....
Simpsfi, J D....
Simpson, J D.....
Simple. N'-stor M.
Pond, Mrs. C K..
Thompson, G B ..
Sheppard, A A...
Blount, Mrs A H.
Coffman. J D .....
and w- of se of swt of
swl and w of nei of
sei of swi ............ 3 i
lots 1, 2, 7, 8, swl-....... 6
lots 1 and 8, swl.......- 6
sw ....... .. .. .. . 6
lots 11, 12, 14, 15, 16,'17,'
18. 19 and 20, si ...... 35
lots 8 and 10 si-....... 31>
lots 17, 19 and 20 sI.... 35
lot, 11 and 13 sk ........ 35
lot 15 si...... ........ 35
lots 16, 17. 19 and 20 si. 35
lots 1 to 6 ine and lots
8, 11, 12 and 14 s. 35
lot 9 si. 35
lots 9. 19 and 20 s-i..... 3.
lots 13 to 15 inclusive s 35
lots 1 and 2 sI... .......35
lots 2 and 4 si.......... 35
lot 7 s ................. 35
lot.4 less 20 feet on east
-side an lIot .5 &6.s4. 35
lots 9, 1A, 17 18 arud 20
si .. . . ..... .. 35
lo's 5 and 6 s. ........ 35
lots 15,516. 17 and 18 swl 36
lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 swl 36
lot 5 swl ..... .. .. .. 36
lot 10 swl.... . ..... 36
lots, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12 and 13
set ...... ... ........ 36
lots 14, 15. 16.17 & 18 -el 36
lots 8 and 9 nel......... I
lots 12 and 1:1 not...... 1
lots 8, 9,1-0 and 11 nol. 1
lot 9 nel .............. 1
lots 17 and 18 nwl..... 1
lot 1il selt ..............
lots 1 and 3 neto ........
lot 15 swl ............... 36
Kept His Wo:d.
A young fellow in Hlavy.a. who oc-
upkd the Ipo:i.ion of a reporter fel!
in love with a girl. the daughter of a
wealthy planter. He applied to her
Lather in the orthodox way for his
consent to the marriage.
"..Presunipous!" said the father.
with eyes flashing. "You. a poverty
triricken journalist. and my daughter!
i.ir. get out of my presencee'"
The journalist was very hungry. 11
brouiiilt forth a heated declaration of
"Your daughter is too good for rue,
you say? I will marry a prin-ess be-
fore I die." And. with head erect, he
left the irate father.
The journalist went to Spain. He
wrote poems. The-poems were re::d
by the Princess Josephine. There was
I\ meeting. The two fell in love with
each other. It is said the journalist
was so sincere in his affection that
probably he forgot his dehlaration to
lhe HIavana planter. They were both
royally happy. eloped. inarrl.'d in Val-
ladolid and were eventually pardoned
by Queen Isabella. the one time jour-
nalist L'imng received with n!l the re-
spect due to his new and highi rank.
When Lac'ies Wore Masks.
In the seventeenth century ladies
wore masks in. public, and !great was
the variety of face screens that were
seen. Ladies who had "coralline" lips
preferred short masks, as was natural
For others who wished to hide the
lower part of the face the mask was
completed by a chin piece of linen,
which afterward passed under the
chin and over the ears. In 1632 a new
mask called the mimi, from the Ital-
ian mimics, was all the rage and
threatened to usurp the place of the
black one. It was even the cause of
violent quarrels between the ladies
who held to the latter and those who
preferred the latest novelty. Some
years later it became the fashion to
trim the upper part of the mask with
a ruche of lace, to lengthen it with a
beard of the same material and even
to cover it more or less with lace to
the borders of the eyeholes. Young
ladies of this period, however, fre-
quently contented themselves with cov-
ering the face simply with a piece cf
black crape for coquetry's sake and to
appear the fairer.
The Rack, Pace and Amble.
The rack is a gait of the horse be-
tween a trot and a gallop or canter, in
which the fore feet move as in a slow
gallop, while the hind feet move as in
a trot or: pa:e. It is usually an arti-
ficial gait, lut is sometimes hereditary
or natural. There is mu'h confusion I
of terms in respect to this gait, due
to the fact that the gait itself is some-
what varied, according as the racker
carries the one or the other fore foot
foremost in the .'allopi'ln motion of
the fcre feet: that many confound the
ra, k vwitlthhe p-ice th, words often
'i'in'i n, ed synornymotsly, an) ttl-it
Ir-imny h ive- mustwaken the lus )of tihe
wol(ds "'pa, an:d "'amible.'" Tih're is
abuuidant evidence that the American
pa':e of today is the amble of Eu-
ropears c(f the last century and earlier
The motion of the hind feet is the
same in the trot, the pace and the
rack In the trot the( diagcnal hind
and fore feet move nearly rImulta-
neously. In. the pace or amb!e the
hind miand fore feet of the same eide
move nearly simultaneously.-Boston
Hard to Believe.
A station master requested rn i:
:.rease of salary and threatened t
eavee if he didn't get it.
The superintendent replied to his re
quest by relating a story.
"W.."r I was a young man." s:id he.
"I or', (fd as you 'r" r"1in- I told
the s.uierlntesident of tlie line I was
then working on what you hm:ive told
nme. lIe refut-cd my deniand,, and I
left. and-would you believe it?-that
r-'l.'vnv line is running yet."
. . . . ._
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NEYER KNOWN TO FAll. Safe! Sure! Speedy Satis.
faction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Sent prepaid
for $1.00 per box. Will send them on trial, to be paid for
when relieved. Samples Free. If your druggist does not
have them send your orders to the FR
UNITED MEDICAL CO., BOX 74, LANCASTER, PA.
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80 0 )
MI-:re E.citir Tt.an "
A countr-, man (.n o'e of hi:s r re viu
its to London, after (ompleltin.ig lhi
business, visited the local theater ain'
patronized that part cf the hcutis
known as "the gods." u;bt 'inng uI seai
In the front row. lHe had provided
himself with rfieshinents before en-
tering in the f rinm eOf aU b-"'r f'cake-
and a bottle of mineral water.
As the performance I rot.'ressved hb
consumed these and. I-e omin:, nab
scrlIed in a thri'ling p:s ao"e was aib
sently toying wi lthe er; *ty little oi
the ledge in front of hin who'e he ae
cldentally nllo-"-d it t-o fnIl over.
Horror stricken. lie instantly loolted
down and was ju"t In ti'ne to s-. th,
bottle drop heavily on to the latldjle.f;
of a man below, who. not noteir:
whence the att"-k c('me. jumped t'
the conclusion tha-t bi. neighbor wari
the aggressor. He seized the bottle
and hit the other iman smartly a'-ross
the herd with it.
Cur fried rlih-ve b-'d i'r;w ste-i:
enough and hastily but quincly qu!ttce(
the place, cbservinrg vhen li renehes&
the e.yit" two n"-ry. s1tru-'r*ing meri
Leing ejected.-Lovdon Tit-Bits.
The Ind-ian Exr-riricn '-.
A missionary in charge of t smain
church on the Indian r'ser'ix ln alt
Onondaga hbed ev-eninfg r'r-.ri rfor.hit
people at whi'b -'ul:'"ts n'o-' v'-t
he lectmired were trot Ftri y reli i"tiu-
One ever 'i"g v-'en the lf'tle I'utldin"-
was well filled with braves nnd theft
,qlrawl he desei't'ed the solar' ystern
and told them tlat tP'e earth r'wolve
about the sum I :'d alho tu'r ed ovei
once in every tw.'enty-eour hours.
Early the ne::t nsornl-g the priest
wIs aw-l;0e'ed Iyv l--"o.-. _e (-perneO
the doer to f'ld n h;i I,'dirn wrapped
In a blanket starC:df. en t'!e i'orob.
"Vhy, CLag ':" he exclaimed. "Is1
anythtf the matter?"
"Missionary lied." grunted the In-
"I lied? What do you mean?"
>"Yi--I,,ory r-"- w-, rid tiur- ovnr er.
ory r"-h(t. ITfnun b '"ome r"t 'n rti '` 1
T.it p lne n sti 1. If v-or'd t "r'i ever'
n'Onle fa!l off. This ,-acrniing apple on,
ti-1k. 1Vis!sii, lr' li- d H1"h!" A"-
v-ith this pr-'li'i g u t he ,rre'd
dowu the path. unheeding the pii-'st'-
Lawyer- on Stri:Ce.
In 178"0 Tolin Scott. earl -of Clotn
unell. who was lord chief justice of
Ireland. nmde some insulting, remarks
from the I;e('' Ib to Mr Hacket. a mem-
her of the bar." who was conducting '
an ar*',ument before him. A general
meeting of the bar was called. a se.
'ere condemnnation of his lordshipp'
conduct voted with only one dis-
sentient andan n unprecedented -resolu
tion passed that until his lordshippub
11 ly apologizedd no barrister w',uld ei.
thor take a brief. appear i'i the king'F
berech or siru any plend(lng'r for the-
court. This strike experiment was
actually made. The judges, sit. bu,.
no coun-e'l appeir' d. uo c(' iae wa
prepared, the attorneys all; vanished.
and their lordships had the court al!
to themselves. There was no alterna
live,. and next d'vr Loid (lonmell pu"t
Ilihed a very ample apology by s-dver-
tisenment in the newspapers a::d made
It appear as if written on the- evening
of the offense and therefore vclnn-
tary.-London Law Times.
A Peg too t;L
A tankard was made of iqttfofufr
metals, of pewter or of" wood. Among
the most ancient specimens- a' the
"peg tankards." These ar#'sa*d, to have
Been Introduced by St. Dulstan as a
check on the intemperance qf ils day.
Pegs marked the tankard at Inrvals,
beyond which the drinker' was' dlbt to
go, else be had more than' lis com-
rades. But, curiously enoU'gfi; this de-
vice proved the means of a'ggiIh'ting,
the evil It was intended to rtmedy, for
as a refinement on St. Dunstan's' sim-
pie plan the most abstemious di'inkers'
i were requi:'edwben the-tankard went
round to drink precisely to' a' peg thdi-,
cated, whether their heads eould stand
the amount of such distemperingg
draft" or not. Thence comes the
phrase, "He is a peg too TIo."'-Londonl
They Do Their Share.
Milton complained of hbl wife th'a
she did not talk to bin enoigth: Three
hundred years have wrought a change.
When Matthew Arnold vheited this-
country n womanu \x ih more zeal thatf
discretion asked him:
"Mr. Arnold. will you tell me what
Is the most novel inmpfression you have
received In the United States?'",
"Certainly, tn;'daan," he rreplfed, wittfi
perfect En-1lish suavity. "The women
do all the talking."'-Youth's Compan-
A Spool N
"But f(r Napoleo le., t os --
"'I. like the Are de Tlromphe, would
never have existed. In Napoleon'f
time thread was made only of 8slk,and
of wool. Napoleon to rui, tfiemiglish
silk thread trade destroyed tf6e world'j
silk stock, which lay at IHamburg. Inu
this crisis the Paisley spinners ttirned
to cotton. After tremendous-- labor
they at last made cotton thread. Cot-
ton thread is the wVcrld.'s (:ef thbead
SOnly Hi3 Share.
"Geor"7e." said the maiden aunt rt?-
provingly. :shaking her finger very sol-
emnly at her sma;t: nephew. "there
were tvo mlince pies on the larder~
shelf this morning., and now they bh've
disappeared. I didn't think it was, lit
'Tin't all ini me." blubbered the we4'
boy. "One of 'em is in .Oweunle."
WVe offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
north v-'st quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 we t,, ruilihtg
from the school house to WatliKn bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sOld in acre quarter, or balf-acre'lots.
The price asked will be according to
no.ation. W A EMMON.' "
ONE DOLLAR FOR
A M A I' I F IST. AN i)I IW' ( y
30x50 incihea, c.rrecl ly plaile,.d in.ll
haIwing a-ll the ,n r ilil,,rlnit
htliilil',s- is ,of' great .y 'nl to any.
,one o'tntet11 l ating ilar at.sihg pi'o -
,'"t\ in tlovn. "It cOvri s abuli fif r
ni!s, of (t a.slt linE, ,xt,(h,!i g .,,amr.
warml fron l)yer's ''.ii.t to. andl ,.'' -
hilacing Oli Si. Andhr, s, w'itlh 4,,.
ras| itilining telri it r v "iilani d. i.ce
'.,, )tllar, at lthe UOYUt Offge..
FIFTY CE.NAI FOIt
.\ SEC(TIIONAL MA I' O h' 1 1t ;ST
AN DI) R E WS J A f'OU N I'1 .
Showing i ll time t.I.. ,ii.-}ip ,el ,,of ly
the Cincinatli CoaImpa;ny, al.ain lhule,. s
iarrlison, Parker. C('iomnnon aii
aI.lel nt country. 'l'h pil'.t of' le
Iats is not shown. lint ,by (lie aid ,,f
libs intip lihe alfrr.xinmlte loca:iot of
Iny l.t is easily d le iip l. ''m
Filty Cents, a t'he B1noy Ofliei.
Eiltliri nal wi)ll he snplt i'y nMail to
any aiddross or,. ree'eilit -of il e prire.
D. Matt. Th opson, Sup't
Gradd S S.. Sa,oSt ille, C., writa: I can say
th-y do all you claim for them." Dr. S. M. Detre,
Ran-n Rock. '. Va., wrJ.eg; lhpy give universal ],e
faction." Dr. H. i Mcill, Clarksburg, T n., 7wi
"' Ia alPrae Ice of 2m yary, I have found no rc e
equal yonr." PicP 55 RI, Samples IFree old
by Druggists.MARTIN RUDY. LACSA*T
Sold in St. Andrew's Bay I Dr. G. MitcheYU
CALL FOR FRi SAMPLE
The Starboard Light.
"T.rice a day for a week I hve been
harassed by doubt as to how far a
roan should go iu correcting thti glar-
iug Litistakes of strangers,," sahl the
man who enjoys looking in sahai win-
dows. "There is an art Storet down-
town where the present widow oel
election includes the picture otua ship.
It is elaborately framrad anud-ihas a
lighthouse carved on the wooden strip
at one skle, isutothe artist should never
have tried marine werk, for lie hu Igot
the red sue light of that vessel ou the
starboard side. Two or three times
I've been on the point of going luto
the store and asking the pl)roprietor
either to remove that picture or put a
patch of green paint over that red. and
each time my nerve has failed me.
"I am half hoping that the', fesardoM
Light will cause a collision in that win-
dow which will smash the lilcture, aUr
then my anxiety will be relieved."
Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitcheli
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