Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 20, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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VOL. XIX.


ST. ANDREWS J,


AY 20. 1909.


NO6~i Ir.


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
s. U. Benator- ist District. W. H. MiltOn, Mari
M4 ; 2d tistnct, J. P Tariaf9'to acksnlnille.
Xjeuuntatives-ist District. S, M. Sparkman
Tas=pa; 2d District. Frank Clark. Lake City.
jd Diict, Danitte H Mwiy Manlie -Io. ..
Land of0 Ie-Registrar, Shields Warren; Recei v-
er. H.HS Chubb. Gainesville.
erSta. e r..Albert Wle.Ucrist; Secretary.
U-C. ; Treasurer. V. Knott, Atior-
ACroaPark M. Teanmel; Comntroller,
A. J3. C'o; nSoesntdendtof Public Instec-
E. s,. 1. way; Commissioner of Agn-
qS e B. E. *cLin: Chemist. R. E Rose;
aie6leist. E. H. Selards; Auditor. Ernes Amos
I- lr tau-General, J. Clifford R Foster; Rail-,
bomm im inrs-R. C Dunn, R. Hudson
dt'. A. Bhlh and S. E 'Cobb. clerk.
leSeator-BU- Cook, Chipley.
VeSi obuttyttI-Pbepresentative. L M-
K a Areon: Coty Judge, J R Wells
*of- 4t %. Coany CIw-, Redtder ot
Ap W.CLoc.e1 e e.iff C. G Allen. Ve-
f Y C H .DUfQrd; Tax.
," .vi; r.surwwmr. B Ter.
.Wld ac' ipey


L..1ci' See oI the Pe. Johna -rrk
ik; School Dired IG W. Surfer. SrT.
D. Gainer. M G. Post. A. -r Brake; Postmaster.
Mrs. *I'Rosi. '
Panama City-Postma.ter. Mrs. Belle Boothe;
Deputy Sheriff. Ai Hogeboom.
Millville-Posltmniater. .. ....... Justice of
the eace, o. M. B. Harries; Constable, J. H.
Daffiet..
Parkert-Postmaster, F. M. Boutelle; Notary
Public. W. H. Parker.
* ealloway-Postmastdr, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-)pstmaster, Andrew Allan.
West Bay- ostmaster ......---- .......
SouthpotdB ostmaster, R. Barnett.
Gay-Po stress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Bayhead'-a-Postmaster, M. Mashburn.
Cgk-Postmastr.J. J. Fowler.
tappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Mlrfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Ca houn County, Crdrnanton-Postmaster, Nora
Roskins.
Famiale---Postmaster W: F. Woodford.

Eatatis---Cltrch WyominK ave, and Pearl st.
Spnday School every Sunday at o a, m.
Methodist Episcosie--Q hnrchu Washington Ave
and Chestuit St. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.,
every Standay. Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
Presbyate a-C hrch corner Loraine Ave. and
IDrak Stt Sunday School at 9:-3o a- m. every
1anday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
e. pastor.
a toic--Chsrch corner Wyopning Ave. and

Par k d Lodge No. 142
A '. So. ..1/.
Regular Commu-
nications on the first
and third Saturdays
iti each month.
V Vtititth Ur*i therM
FRATEBRIALLY INVITED.
McE. ICOGERSON W. M.
It. E PALMEtt, Seurotarv


S -W. A, BMMONS.
1Notary Public for Stte at LalWe.i ias jurisdiction
to administer oaths, take iafrsavits, legalize
acknowledgements, etc., anykere in lorida.
p-ial attention given to land cpnveyances
-y pa rineid for lawfully
e par wi -OVe y '0 office,
bt. Andrews.
ANTON H. JANSENIUS. "'
Doctor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
eases of Women and Children my Specialty.
F. BULLOCK,
Notary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.
A. H. BRAKE,
N6ttary Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
attention.
S JOHN STURROCK.
justice of the Peace, Dist. No. '. Office at resi-
dence in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
his seal with him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments, wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
diction,. Collections a specialty.
W. H. PARKER.
Notary Bublic for the State of Florida at Large.
SOfice at Parker, Fla. Conveyanciag and pay-
ment of taxes for non-residents, specialties.


Great Wars Fromr Tri';e-.
Greet war pregnant with bhlodshe'
ad, 'all the horrors aC-ruing tlheret
have very often heen, the o lteoie *'
trifling liicidents which might. had the'-
been treated properly. have' beer
smoothed over and the slaughter avert
ed. More often was this the case IT,
earlier times than it is now. Ever'.
one- knows that Will lhiin the Conqueroi
IRt his life in l France through hist
horse treading on a redhot cinder
while he was superintending the burn
Ing of "Mantes. but few people know
the fact which gave rise to the cam:
pain that cost Wiiamn his life.
.Duritig the latter part of his reign
he_ came abnormally stout and con
sequently the laughingstock of hol
only his subjects, but his neighbors
across the water. One day hi eon-
tempornry, Philip of France. compared
hbii to a filet of ve.l on casters and
auggeted that 'he should be exhibited
at: a prize monarch show. This so en-
ri': W1lliam that he straightway
made war upon his ridiculer, and the
loss of thousands of lives was the re-
sult.-London Tit-Bits.

S Gestures Part of Tilk.
There is a man who from a very*
earltyage has lived in countries where
Spfalish is the almost universal tongue.
FrRm force ot this training he speaks
Spanish perrtly.' He has not the
slightest trace of an English accent.
and persons who do not know that he
is of American parentage are willing
to- believe he is a Spaniard, merely
from' hearing him talk. He is so per-
fectly biltingial that it shows even in
his gestures. When talking with Eng-
lishl speaking persons he sits quietly
st4d tlocf hlis (.onversing with his mouth
alone. Only in ease of making a point
nmst emphiati(aly- dies he use a ges-
tre But tre nodment bhe drops into
Fpanish hbi every word is accompa-
nied by 'a xJoveii'nt of the hands or
arms. It is Interestinhg to watch the
chnatr? from tie English to the Span-
Ish s.tdp otf im. because it comes so
suddenly. Hie really can't speak Span-
Ish without gestring.-New York Sun.
Time's Changes.
The captain was receiving the new
middy.
"Well, boy, the old story, I suppose-
fool of the faml-y sent to sea?"
"Oh. no. sir." piped the boy, "that's
r'I altered since your day."


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
$1.00 a 'ear in Advance,

Entered Sept. 3, 190', at St. AndVI0Wp,.
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congrreis of Earch 3, 1879.

WILLIAM I. EMMONS
PR O-PRI ETO R.
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* If this paragraphh is obecked with na


blue pencil it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
orthree extra numbers will oe 'ent
you that no break r.r;,' occur should
you choose to t'eoow.

A WISE MEASURE.
Among the many bills, either
good. bad or indifferent that have
been introduced at the present ses-
sion of the Florida legislature, there
is at least one that should meet
with no opposition, but should be
enacted before the adjournment o0
that body, and that is a law doing
away with the fees system and pro-
viding for the payment of county
officers by salary.
As long as the fees system is in
vogue, human cupidity will prompt
almost any officer to resort to ques
tionable methods to earn a fee,
which he would not be tempted to
were his compensation provided for
by a fixed salary.
The Buoy is indebted to Hon.
W. H. Milton of Marianna for a
copy of the bill. bearing the en-
dorsement of all the officerss of
Jackson county, and it would with
pleasure publish the endorsement
of Wash ngton county's officials if
if shall be furnished therewith.
TheBillfollows .. -
A BILL


To be entitled An Act to fix the
compensation of clerks of the
circuit courts, sheriffs, tax assess-
ors, tax collectors, county treas
urers and county judges in the
State ot Florida; to provide for
the payment thereof by the coun-
ties, and to require all costs, fees,
emoluments, allowances, perqui-
sites and commissions now or
hereafter to be provided for such
officers to be collected by them
and paid over to. the county
treasurer of the respective coun-
ties.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Florida-
Section 1-That for the purpose
of this Act the counties of the state
of Florida are classified as follows;
Class A shall contain all counties
wherein the census latest taken and
promulgated by authority of the
United States the population shall
not exceed 7,500.
Class B shall contain all counties
wherein the population according
to such census shall exceed 7,500
and shalltnot exceed 12,500.
Class C shall contain all counties
wherein the population according
to such census shall exceed 12,500
and shall not exceed 20,000.
Class D shall contain all counties
wherein the population according to
such census shall exceed 20,000.
Sec. 2-That clerks of the circuit


Court, sheri' ., tax assessors, tax
colleetoas, county treaigtrers and
county judges shall receive for their
several compensations as such of-
ficer sMlaries which shall bo paid
quarterly by the counties. Such
annual salaries shall be as follows:
In Class A counties, the clerk of
the circuit. court shall receive $900,
the sheriff, $900; the tax assessed,
$800; the tax clgector $800; the
county treasurer, $300, and the
county judge, $600.
It .Class B counties, the clerk of
the cireuit court shall receive $1,-


county judge, $800.


In Class C counties, the clerk of
the circuit court shall receive $1I,-
500; the sheriff, $1,500; the tax as-
sessor, $900; the tax collector, $900;
the county treasurer, $b00, and the
county judge, $1,200.
In Class D counties the clerk of
the circuit court shall receive $2,-
000; the sheriff, $2,000; the tax as-
sessor, $1,200; the tax collector,
$1,200: the county treasurer, $600,
aed the county judge, $1,200.
See.. 3.-The compensation herein
provided is hereby expressly de-
clared to be full compensation and
payment for the performance of all
official acts, duties and services, in
civil aad criminal matters or other-
wise, that are imposed upon such
county officers by the laws of this
State, including all official acts, du-
ties and services, ex-officio and oth-
erwise, except that sheriffs as ex-
officio administrators of estates of
deceased persons, for which they
shall receive the same compensa-
tion and be paid in the same man-
ner as other administrators; and
also sheriffs shall receive the
amount provided by law for the
feed rig of prisoners.
Sec. 4.-All fees, costs, emolu-
jipyats, perquisites. allowances and
commistions now provided or here:
after to be provided for such coun-
ty officers and accruing from any
source whatever, except as provid-
ed in section 3. are hereby declared
to be the property of the several
counties, and each respective coun-
ty officer shall collect all fees, costs,
emoluments, perquisites, allowan-
ces and commissions that may be
earned by or that may accrue to
his respective office, and pay same
over to the county treasurer of his
county, to be used as part of the
revenue of the county; provided
however, that whenever undet the
laws of the State, the county shall
become liable for the payment of
anysaid costs, emoluments, perqui-
sites, allowances or commissions of
any of the said officers of such
county, such officers shall not be re-
quired to collect same from the
county, but shall be required to
collect same from any other per-
s)n or corporation liable therefore
and pay the -ame over to the coun-
ty treasurer aforesaid.
Sec. 5-All costs, fees, allowan-
ces, emoluments, perquisites and
commissions pertaining to or arising
from the performance of any and'
all official acts, services and duties
(except as provided in Section 3)
shall be by each said officer re-
ceived, collected, accepted and ac-
counted for as the agent and officer
of the State and county for and on


behalf of the coi
perty; and the
official acts and
otherwise shall 1
ed and rendered,
county and St
of the allowim
ty and compel
Setlohs1,2, "i2
It is. hereby-
eaTh of said o
collect. and
allowancei,e p
are cAomplissi
are happen -


s its pro-
4e of all
Wfflio dif
perform-
- of said
aeration
t.J- sala-
ided by
,et.
duty of
and and
!4 Fosts,
fuisites
Oin to or
by laws


arlse, Wtet1er 1 3x %Xb Wpt'tier-
wise, acertini4n an, -all &mat-
ters, civil, criminal 8thepwise,
arid pay. sme-over e county
treasurer o ,hi ooun prdVided
in this act.
. Sec. 6-That iniAll unties'where
the work is so great t the above
named officials cannon personally
perform all the duties the office,
the Board of county co6 missioners
of such county shall au' orize and
empower them to 'em oy one or
more deputies or as tants, the
number and compensate n of whom
shall be fixed by saI Board of
county commissioners,, open ses-
sion, the recordAof!Wich -all'ap-
pear upon the minutes of such
board; provided t-t' no such depu-
ty or^assistant shale related with-
in 'the ninth degr by blood or
marriage to any ma ber of the said
Board of county c missioners.


From

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Patti Wanted Her Money.
Oue ot Adeliua P'atii' pecudarltle:
was that hbe ever agu o a e nuti:
shl had her salary eliier p.id or f.
fully assured that there sas LO doubt
as to' her getting It. \Wenu shie tsaun
at the Acndel, y Of AMisic. ini \ev
York, ut ube time the mii:uager wa.s
sorely put about to ind muu-.? to pair
her, but she always stoutly rdlu.1 tiltN
sing until she had hL t bulary.
One night ut n quaritr Fpo:t s her
representative' went to him aid said:
"Aladam is al dressed ex-ept her
l hoes. file will tIt tuse, ou wheiu
she gets the I money."
The auna)ger, half distructeJ, -ttshed
about the house and succeeded in raih.
rig bue-half the amount due the prima
donna, whilli he hastily sent to htr.
Blit tinother quarter of an hou" i..i'sed.


lt the manager_ dI to her rou'ii
"My dear madam, why do yoU ll I0
go on? I have sent you hail' the mon-
ey, and the rest will rea-h you before
the end of the first at."
Patti smiled dolefully, exhibited thW
tips of her feet and said: **You see. I
have only cue sho'o on. I cannot go
on the stage without the other. If
wouId be quite impossible."
Almost crazed, the manager rushed
out and discovered that the other
half of the money could be raised.-
New York Tribune.

The March of the Caravan;
Perhaps the weirdest.and most idi-
pressi'ie of the many unwonted mem-
ories that the traveler carries away
with him from travel in the east is
the recollection of the camel caravans
which he has encountered at 'night.
Out of the black darkness is heard the
distant boom of a heavy bell. Mourn-
fully and with perfect regularity of
iteratiofl it sounds, gfadtially swelling
hearer and louder and perhaps min-
gling with the tones of smaller bells
signaling the rear guard of the same
caravan. The big bell is the insignia
and alarms of the leading camel alone.


dut. ninii.-r and louj:.r as' the sound
becomes. nut ualotiher sound and not a
risili!e ubjet appears to accompany
It. Suddenly and without the slight-
est warning there- looms out of the
darkness. like the apparition of a
phantom ship, the form of the captain
uf the caravan. His spongy tread
sounds softly ,n the smooth sand, and
like a great string of linked Shouls the
silent procession stalks bj'abd 1s swal-.
lowed up In the night.-"Persia and
the Persian Question."
Very Unlucky.
Not long ago h beftain dimer be-
came bankrupt. In the course of his
examination before the official receiver
he adhAtted that he bad been speculat-
(Og on the tiur. Moreover, hp went on
Ato explain, that he had experienced


I "Did you ka', Tili
racing?" the bankrupt was asked.
"No." was the reply:; "that's why I
engaged a fellow who did to buy some
lossess for me."
"And these horses turned out badly,
I suppose," suggested the u clal re-
ceiver.
"Very," was. the reply, "though I
don't bhiltie the lossess for that. They
tried hard, but summat wor bound to
turn up to upset 'em. They nearly
allus ran second!"
"How do you account for that?"
"Well, sibibettimes they ran second
'cos they'd t-ermuchi weight to carry,
sometimes they fan .Second 'cos the
jockey had backed another and want-
ed 'em there, but more often than not
they ran second 'cos the judge would
have 'em there! Sometimes, agald;
they rai'Mecoitl 'co there ivor nobbut
two lossess in the race!"-London Tele-
graph.
Responsive .
There was ait least one responsive
hearer in the crowded little church in-
an English village, and it happened
this way: '
Guests hdd arrived unexpectedly at
the country .parsonage on Sunday


NICLES OF THE ZOTWOTS


Uncle Remues's-The Home Magazine for May.

ate of the Cruel Driver
erse and ,Picture byvR S. DEAN
Yes,. ths driver so sourn
Made littlee boy cower .
When some die yelled out: "Cut behind ft
Then,the Zotwots they came,
Took a hand in the game,
And swiggled is driver unkind;
He ran screaming and eiied
If they'd Iest let him ride
He'd never a in cut behind!
"P.*IS.
1Vow, 1 ever does forget
The itIings the Zotueros do,
For the Jay-fowl is the Z'ofatrts. pet#
And the Zbtwots know it, too.


The Zotwots, d ev'tybody kriows, or should
k iow, are an amiable people who come from the land
of Aroundabout, and are the especial friends of
children. They make it. their duty to see that young
folks are not iteposed dtpoa by grumpy old folks, and
in their Iaudab1e efforts they are assisted, nobly and
quickly, by the Jay-Fowl-the sedate and soulful
Jay-Fowl, who is Athe Zotwots' pet. Atid he knows
it, (See verse for confirmation of this.)


morning.
The weeklY t?|Jly of bdttrt1 bUfrP
khort; O tiile hspiable hosi. di-atil
6d old Joe, .-tw hrindy ann. to his
neighbor, Mr. Pait. whosb -dqlry at-
trays boalited a surplus. The Ofa
proceeded to church with his Well pre-
pared sermon on some of the ,dee
bayings of the grdt aipostlf ia was-
kell under way with it whena'iU Jio0
turning empty Landed, conel i-W
would quietly slip in and hear hia sas.
ter preach.
Just as he- ebtared the -t niteF
Ilahbil brefr kb aiipit, -stretched out,
his hand with a 'most ImpresSve I
terrogatlon In voice and manner aint
called out, "And what did Panl .aay"
Distinctly sounded through the.ch"ae
old Joe's reply:


The Tomb f
Genghis Khan, the Moopol ciefv 3-
the thirteenth,/cenltiry prod titmsee"
bhe of the world'a greatest warriors.
His tomb exists at Ed *hen I.oro aud
Is described In Count de Lqsdaln's .
"From Pekin to 8ll:kim:" "Tw, small
tents, one behind the other aied uonA
heated by d tery low inner door madd
of workout f~dt and admitting through
their rents the rain and the whid, are
the 'monument' destined to perpvttffdt#
the iowaTn of the greatest obnqueror
the world has known. The ashes of
the body of Genghis Khan are deposit-
ed in a kind of chest cubic in phap#
and placed on a wc(o.len support madd
of small colored pillars fdorneo with
paintings on all its sides except that
facing south, which is.,cqyered with a
finely worked copperpfivti. reptesenf:
Ing a divinity surrounded ly fbitt onl*
mals which are not easy to identify :
The tomb, in fact. has not always
been -here,. but if is. difficult to 'know
exactly where the fifst descenddnts of
the great etflP#fofr lhd fhi retinSdi."

A Seasonable Remedy.
A poor. woman, understanding that
Oliver Goldsmith was a physiciaii na'd
bearing of his great humanity, soliit. .
ed him by letter to send her something
for her husband, 0iho ad lost his up-
petite and was reduced to at most mel-
ancholy state. The good ifiiifff'd jrVt
waited on her instantly u,td after some
,lisconrse with his patient found hlin
hliknllg with sickneass aud poverty.
rhe d-"tor tolld the honest pnir' thia
they would* L ,at fronik hin' j fit i 40oiif.
when he would setld 4k-' : 3U',4 p#]A
wich he believed wouui ,i 8ku
'etohS. -> : '" . .... -.
He immediately went home pu^d Imf
10 guineas into a .chip box 'jat ie*
following label': 'be, -m-t i l.. 1st.-
:is necessities require. lie piftlntt i
of' good hmp." He eni t hfi
with this prescriptlou to, tw,-'r l
less mourners, who found It ecmtatni ."
a remedy superior to inytltlk fbtl tf
or is tlisciples c-id -etrt adtinilufi->.

Oriental RI-,.
.TaeI pi'ncipal types of oriental rntpT
are Caucasian, Tnrk ;j'. 'ertl;ii.
Tuifkoma diad ildnain Sir t(eoqr.".
Birdwood is of the opt'i-i.n thai. whi-t:
ever their type of ornat'"nt:ition.tm iyi
be, a deep and coinmpl !ae S.IUKbli.stn.
orilnnziting in Babylonia i: d-* ptAsltly '
India, -eirtades every Fiffi#Jft # i .
oriental carpets. ThuiIs (t it 'Api' (i
self prefigures space and: Cterf-iiy ni
the general pattern or fl4!i!:r'., .i it .4
technically termed, the flee:lti ti nf" ',
unhierse of animated bhnuty.' Rvery
color used Liad flf. Aignifl,-nne. inil lieO
design. whether myt holthgi al or niat-
ural. bestial or floral. h:i.s 1 itiTtNhir
meaning. The t'yrv *ri't".ilariittles. ,si "f-
ther in drawing or (ol-i.'i'-:, to be ol.
served In almost every oriental e pet and invariably l:i Turikoania .'t"
pets are seldos m d'ftfeif;!i f t*~ riti-'
deliberate intention being to avt'rt t' it
evil eye and Insure good luwk.-St.
Louis Globe-Democrat.
A Change of "fMp.
"Maninma. I'm tired if going if
school." *
'"What's the matter, Willie?"
"The feach'et"-
"Now, don't yout say a *ot' .ganilust
your teacet, Wvilllie. I've ibo -i t
you annoy her dreadfully.- nd she
Seems like a very nice sort.of personn.'
"Wel'l', she said tt i ffriottla' that she
didn't think I had much of a bringftl
up at home, an' "-
"Wait! Did she say that? Well. of
all the coarse impudence! You shan't
fff back there another day:"
Exit W-tl- grtuu,. -


SW.H. Milton, President. M. Dillon, Vice President. John Milton, 111. Secy-Treas.

S1 to xn L Xai d az I 'e.vtme pa t xe ,

W MARIA N NA, FLORIDA.

SA P TA -, $ 0 0$, 0 0 00



SBuy, sell and deal in real estate, notes stocks, Secure Court, official and other bonds.

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

Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insi ranice. trustees and agents for others.

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

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


DIRECTORS---JohnM.Dillon, John Milton, j. W. H. Wat John Milton; H H. Lewis.J. E. Gammon, J B. Brooks. N. A. Baltselland W. Mto
* i^Address: W H14. MILTON President. Marianna, Florida.


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sonale souvenir baronial e
-Fashionable' souvenir baronial en,-o


vqlopes embellished with beautiful
SFlorida snowy Verqn, at the Buoy office,
.he Ladie.f" Sewing Circle of the
Presbhtirlan church '-ill. meet at 3
Am-' o'0fik nextWzWidtsdas afternoon, at
he home of Mrs. DepennellTn West
Wr End.
.- -- -lank ;Wartanty Deeds, new re-
i-'h 'Irpon p arrive fron&- t-ised lrImproved short form printed on
so h aka o'Cm.ck" ird iy good linen naper. 25c por dozen: also
and frdm ~ibobie and Penaola at blank reeelpts-1900-ece s In a block.
*;3Ofrd Mobl a.inyesterdae loach.at the Buov of016
S;30'o'clock a. tn. yesterday', -andsom e letter heads wath :t.
The'steamship Manteo, a~lived Andrews Bay date line ana views of
from New Orleans, via. Mobile and either St. Andrews BlulT, or Buena
nsa t 800 a, Tueday Vista 'oint, at 8c per dozen; also, map
Pensaco at 8 a, m, Tueday of the St: Andrews Bay country on
No ime or Retreat. ':trtf a'.ittershieet at 15c per dozen-
In an Irl.sh garrison town a theatrical 'at the B'ldv ol0de.
1'bmipany waw, gtivitfg ,rforminces. and -A marked improvement in the mail
some soldiers iron the local barracks service has recently been arranged for
ete Iega"t.ed to ,t as supers. Their .* ,Andrews Bay, by which mail ar-
inutieA Iiichided the Wa; i ig of a fierce
light n which, after a stirrug strug- ive and de parts.on each of the seven
Itle, one ,army was defeated on at given days of the week. 'be St. Andrews of
signafl from the prompter. For a few fice will be open on Sunday from 12:30
nights all went well, but ottthe Friday a. m. till the arrival and departure of
'evening a' special performance of the the Worth Bay mail, and again in the
plle'' -was to be given under the patron- afternoon upon the arrival of the mail
age of the colonel and other officers frm, the railroad st ton.
f the garrison. The two armies met 4-e bedroom saies, irone bedt,
.0 uiual..,. the ead'of the second act s r bedr omatre's, cot, iexteron bs.
VWhen they fought and fought and kept springs$ mattresses, cot.'extetion to.
on flgltlng. regardless of the agnzed bie;.. sideboards, chiffoniers, chairs,
'glare In the eye of their (actor) gen- rockers, child's chairs, matting, rugs,
eral, who hoarsely ordered the proper floor oilcloths, roller shades, refriger-
army to "Retreat, confound you." But ators, kitchen safes, oookinig stoves,
'the fight still went on, and soon the sewing machines, musical instruments,
S orrlfied manager saw the wrong army hammocks, lawn chairs, go-carts, etc.,
in gtlriveu slowly i. the stage; stile the largest assortment of house fur-
*taitng despe rer. tnishinge on St. Andrews Bay, go to A.
curtain amid roars of laughter, and A'r l
tOW fuming manager hastened to ask H. Brake, St. Andrews, Fla.
he delinquents why they hd faild failed t. -The ladies of the Baptist church
retreat .on hearing the signal, have arranged for an Ice Cream Fes-
"Itetraite," roared a burly fustleer tival next Wednesday. Cream will be
whose visage had been badly battered, served at T. B. E. Gainer's establish-
"dnd is It retralte ye'd have us, wid ment on Commero avenue, sceopd door
the colonel and all the officers in the east of the Buoy office, commencing at
boxeaT'-I-ondoa Scraps. Z o'clock p. m. and continuing through-
S- tth'e afternoon and 6yenini. Here
k'Bl'.WtAr l ; an opportunity to assist 'the ladies in
The following table record, the max a worthy cause and refresh the ayitem
Imum, minimum ahd mnon: tempera-, -with delicious cream at th e fame time
Sure the rainfall and direetton of'the -T_1'lie old line political parties may
widd for the twenty-fonr hours ending ridicule and ignore socialism; but it is
t "t o'clock p: m., as indicated by IU. '8 useless for 'them to close their eyes to
*,L 'usirumneuts thoe fact that Socialism is growing
t i e i a amazingly throughout the whole civil-
SDate...... Rain. Winrd sized world, and will continue todo so
May .... 12 83 54 89 .00 se as long as capitalistic greed shall con-
S13 86 2 74 ,00 's tinue to manipulate the necessities of
S 16 85 60 1 .00 a life to the disadvantage of the producer
*' 16 84 62 I73 ."00 and the distress of the consumer. The
17 86 59 72' .00 s following from the New York Evening
18 84 63 73_ .00 w Call is of local significance and shows-.
I 84 60 72 .00 that Socialism seed has taken root in
v- Washington county, and the Buoy pre-
Lived 152 Years. dicts thatbefors the next Presidential
wr Parr- England's oldest man- campaign there will be a Socialist or-
a arr'ied the third time at 120, worked ganization in every precinct in the
in the fields at 132 and lived 20 years' cont ',Th' e monthly report of Flori-.
longer. People should be youthful at 8Q, d "t te ,eretary A. C. Sill for April
Jia. Wrilrht, of Splrlook, Ky., show
how to remain yourg. "I feel just like she Socialist, move
ia T6-year-old boy," he writes, "after sandy soil of this Poninena and that
... #ig.& bottles ,of Electric Bitters. 'the 'i rty meimbe'shp- is increasing.
For thirty 'years kidney troubis made ew locals have been organized at
life a burden, but the first bottle of this Vernon and Greenbead and a number
wonderful medicine convinedie lead t members at large have been ad-
fcund the greatest cure o B'arth." W it1d The 'receipts' for Ithe month
Th'eyre a goa send 'w- ., si 'r fuibfl ed to $53.95 and the balance on
down or old people. Try thnm. 'J.i wa ,88
A. H, Brake's. lid May 1, was $8.13.
/v.' '. w- n A --Among the many fine launches that
',Mtd Your OWsin "- have recently been put into service on
*'remote place in Elngland of giving a Andre"s Bay, it
Slocit to any one who would truthfully' that the "Imperial," recently launched
tisWeaf that be bha minded his own by Mr. Henry' M. Spicer of Cromanton
businesss alone for a year and a day is far and away ahead of anything preo
dnd had not meddled with his neigh- viously floated. The Imperial is a cra-
abors. Many came, but few, If any, action of Mr. Spicer's own hands and
gained the prize, which was more di- brains, upon which he as beep labor-


cult to win than the Dunmow Itchn
of .tacon. .- Tltotrg they. swore on the
.our' gospels and held 'out' their' hands,
i certain 'hope, some hitch was sure
to be found somewhere, and for all
-.te. ,..ter asseverations the clock remained
...stationary on,. the shelf, no one being'
able to prove his absolute immunity
from uncalled for interference In things
not in any way concerning himself. At
S*last a young man came 'with a per-
S fectly clear record, and the clock
seemed as If it was at last about to
change owners. Then said the custo-
dian, "Ohb, a young man was here yes-
terday and made mighty sure he was'
going to have the clock, but he didn't."
"And why didn't he get it?" "What's
that to you?" snapped the custodian.
"That's not your business, and you
don't get the clock."

The Dear Friends.
"Fred didn't blow his brains out be-
Scause you jilted'him the other night,"
s laid girl friend No. 1. "He came over
and proposed to me."
Tiad her' replied girl friend No. 2.
*'Then he must have got Fld of them
Sihamaubther way."

Hindsight.
"I made enough money 'In WaI
Street last week to buy a house and
"Did you buy it?"
.,Well, no; but I wish I ba&"-1New
'ork Herald.


ing for the past several months. It is
built t entirely of inch square strips
from keel 'to cabin, which is high
enough for a six foot person to stand
'ertect. and once inside it it is easy to
.magne-one's self inside: a Mississippi.
aor Ohio'. river passenger steamboat.
Largo ,lass windows extend full length
on both sidms. easily a.zened and
closed and provided with curtains to
admit air and keen out sunshine when
open. 'A toilet room equipped with all
appliances of mirror, wash stand, etc.,
s provided and neat signs give full in-
structions. Fine upholstered seats,
with high backs, also upholstered and
padded insure comfort, and a sign tells
you, "Life preservers uder' 'seats," of
which there are sixty. A regulation
government searchlight is ready at all
times for immediate., use.. A twenty'
horse-power. motor engine furnishes
the motive power, all pipes, etc. being
concealed beneath the floor. Five hun-
dred pounds of galvanized nailed were
used in the conatruction.It is i mvog*
sible, in the auoV's linfited space to
mention all the fine features of this
craft; but any person who is so fortun-
ate as to secure a passage upon it will
find it has been under, rather than
over-rated. Mr. Spicer took out an
excursion of upwards of thirty people


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M A I iT 1 M E.


Life" tells of the care and labor ex-
pended on two little" pieces of wood
which go to make up the perfect
whole. The sound bar is a strip of
pine wood running obliquely under thea
left foot of the, bridge. A slight mis-
take in its position, looseness or In-'
equality or roughness 'of finish will
produce that hollow, teeth on edge
growl called "wolf." It takes great
cunning and a litf "4f practical study
to know how long and how thick the
sound bar nmus be and -exactly where
to place it in each instrument. The
sound post Is a little pine prop. like a
short bit of cedar pencil. It is the
soul of the violin, and through it pours
all vibrations. Days and weeks are
rpent In adjusting the tiny sound post.
Its position exhausts the patience 9Qf
the maker and makes the joy or- the
misery of the player.

Moving cn Shert Notice.
I was lying on, the -floor ef an old
-ountry log hose one summer day near
-t big open fireplace when I heard :a
peculiar, frightened requcak. I got uh'
to see what looked like a huge mouse
moving at a very rapid walk across
'he room. When I got a closer look I
'nw that it was.a mct'ter mouse mov-
::g her whole family. At least I hope
there-was none left behind, for very
.oon a small snakak, but large enodtil
o put into a parlc the mother of four
less than half grown children, ca me
rough the empty Creplace and after
he little fu+-ltive. The mother mouse
had two In her mouth, and fastened to
eitherr side .of her,.,jparently holding
'n with their mculM and fcr "dear
ife," were the other two. I killed the
-nake and watched the moving family
'l-'appear through a hele In the corner.
I do not know whether they returned
,r awhile or whct er the father
:nouse put up a "To LTVt" -sign an"
Joined them In a foreign country, but
I do know that I saved a happy fam-
lly.--,t. Nk'ichlas.


rom. Millville last Sunday, and. they,
all. expressed. themselves delighted
with. their r:de and charmed with the
inveniences.of the Imperial.
-Don't forget the St, Andrews Busi-
ness Jkien's Association meeting at
Ware Hall tonight at 8 o'clock. The'
presence of ladies ias well as gentlemen
is desired, fuor in all probability the
committee will be. prepared to state
what is 'expected of each and every
citizen towards entertaining our editc-
rial visitors next month.
-Lovers of the beautiful in Art are
invited by Messrs, J' R. Thompso'n &
Co. to call and see the fine collection
of Pictures they have now on hand.
Any one can obtain one by simply buy-
ihg two dollars worth of' any goods in
the store'and paying forty-nine cents in
cash. They are reproductions of cel-
ebrated oil paintings, finely framed
and glass covered-pictures that would
cost, even 'in the large cities, not less
than $1,50 each add considered cheap at'
that. As the collection is very larget-
t~heie is certain to be one or more to
suit the taste of everyone, no naiteri
how fastidious they may be. It is in-
deed a generous offer to the public and
everyone should profit by it and orna-
mr.ent .their walis with one or more of
these beautiful, works of art, o'r w
thng ofbeauti e, forever..
Dicklhs' Gha actors.
Dickens bestowed nimany of his flet);
tious names on real lesh aid bloct
personages. sayA an admirer of the fit"
mous novelist. 1 Indeed he and 1)avic
Copperfield were not far apart. so fa,
as salient features were concerned
Tracy Tupman was the happy counter
felt of a man named Winters. whp ai
the present day would be pounded oi
arrested for what is known in shlng na.
"mashing." Paul Iomubey was an. in
valid nephew of the author, his right
name being Harry Burnett. Dora Cop-
perfield was a Miss Beadwell. with
whom Dickens was In love at the early
age of eighteen. Mrs. Bardell, -who
gave Pickwick the worst time In his
life, was a .sc.eming. boarding house
widow named Ann Ellis. Tommy Trad-
dies was Colonel Froom Talfourd. for-
merly superintendent of Indian affairs
In,Caniada. Miss Mowcher was g,Miss-
WiV es, Mrs. Skewton a 'Mrs. :Camp-
bell; the abominable Squeers was Wil-
liam Shaw; the lovely Cheeryble broth
ers were cotton spinners and merchants
of Manchester; the fat boy was a true
to life character, and so was Captain
Cuttle, one of the most attractive of all.
Smashes All Records.
As an all-around laxative tonic and
health-builder no other pill can com-
pare with Dr. King's New Life; Pills'
They tone and regulate stomach, liver
and kidneys, purify the blood, srrenig-
then the nerves; cure constipation. dys-
peps a, biliousness, jaundice headache.
chills and malaria. Try them. 25c. at
A.H. Brake's.

Avalanches.
There are ,avalanches of different
kinds, but when the tern "avalandme"'
Is used it Is generally supposed to iup
ply t9. falls of great bcd.lesm f snow ,r
ice, says Mr. Edward Whymper In the
-London Strand Magazlue. One of theI
first occasions of this kind which iat.
tracted attention took place In 1820.
upon Mont Blanc, and It is comnioni.
called the Hamel accident. "Dr. Haiai'l.'
a Russian. set out on Aug. 13 to go u;,
Mont Blanc, accompanied by two Eng-
lishmen and eight guides. They iru..
ascended to a height of more thai,
14,000 feet. with five guides In front
who were cutting or making steps.
when all at once the snow above them
gave way, and the members of the
party were carried down a thousand
feet or more over the slopes up whi.l)
they had toiled. Snow again- broke
away above and mere or less covere;l
them. Some of them struggled out.
but three of the leading gunld-s were
hurled into a crevasse and buried un-
der an Immense mass of snow. Th,-
bodies of these men reappeared af the
foot of the glacier thirty years after-
ward.
Two Bits of Wood.
Importance cannot be reduced to a
matter of size. The success of a piece
of worik" may depend on a tiny detail.
Such is the case in 'regard to that
marvel of construction, the violin.
Rev. H. R. Haweis in his "My Musical


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did


same' a tier people.
The' ets,.,y4rds; 'etc., should
be giv i toro ih cle aning.'up
and p "ship-shape condition.'
Glad" the grove at "Ware
town is, ng cleaned utp and put
in sha ~ it adds' greatly, to the

J eow tfre were some railings
on the 'aks, so that one could
travers % tm at night and with-
oout th' 'fig that they were go-
ing to" f l, qhqW much more it
uld 0the mfort, of: the

'or the d't
W6rs t tr ea'ck t' their homes and
write 4 our towi n such a way
as to throw a shadow over the
entiree Ace: which they very like-
ly wb do 'if' they were to fifid
things 'tidy and unattractive.
The aY to do is to dig and! keep
digg g'tilt it is complete.' It re-
quir 'a Iodd deal of stickability
for isy-but' we are proud to 'say
our tizens ate: all that is required
in t t :litie,'arifd will do all in their
pow zt miak'. the first impression
a gt 'W; when they realize of
hd -ii cWl i-mportance it is to our
to'n. 'r .Respectfullyr Yours.
1 1r I- L. C. 1. o.

P "l' Get" Up
A-AMO B'- ttp ?
Wit'i aLame Back?
K ridre Mikes To Miserable.
Almost kryotineknowsof Dr. Kilmer's
Swawp-Rd4, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be-
cause of its remark-
able health restoring
SIproperties. Swamp-
SRoot fulfills almost
I.B every wish in over-
1'' ['f coming rheumatism,
SI ain in the back; kid-
neys, liver, bladder
and every part of the
r urinary passage. It
corrects, inability to
ho r1 scalding pain in passing it,
or bieffe? following use of liquor, wine
ro ber an3overcotues that Unpleasant
Sne)eing' compelled"to go often
I'th9QUab tlwdayxand to get up' many
times iri' the night.
Swa Ot is not is not eoinended. for,
&v~w_ but if you have kidney, liver
or lltd.ouble, it will be foundl just
the te ed" 'ou need. It has been thor-
ou gliyt Sin private practice, and has
Spioei6 s&kiticessful' that a special ar-
'zanemeihltihis been 'niade by which all
readers ofthis paper, vho have not al-
ready triedd It' may have a; sample bottle
.ent 4'e 1 b4;,mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutif yojavekid-
ney orblad.trouble.
Whenwritinigmpntion a
reading thigenero"s
'offer in this paper and
send your address to
'Dr. .Kiimer &, Cob, Hom. o om.OWp.-Root.
Binghamtoti NV. The regular fifty-cent
andone.doW size bottles are sold by
all druggists. Don't make any mistake
but caember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. imer's wamp-Root, and the ad-
dr dg bn,tN y., on every bottle.

7 Wheel of'FPortune.
.rit; I. vllrge chtifh of Comfort.
hDe tPont-Cr H.;in w#I, rn Brittany.
If-s'very gocd specimen of the now
rare "whec~W. fortune.'' It Is' made of
woo, hiEtr1fow of beils on its outer
rim ..n I$'IK^ed between a couple (oi
rouglih Iern1 altogether very prliltlv<
wrkflimani~., y y.:enns of n cord at-
ta made to';r ai-JuigHlji,. 1. ha'"e ifteni heard tha'
:he i)emlnnjb>qdlt',re th i t has +ml
raculh'ul,"',1'r of ii-nihiT, wheun rut
over, th,,..e', 4, f a,'suiTerer Whio hiti:
l'l:iccd a sena ht the Fox to whkli t';
rope Is Q ''^i;d. .1 received remnarlc
'"aLle\ "'ncr unth n while tnnklif dt 1,'i togr:i ,'h a well t
do.,pnl.,r' afre'.ipd her husband an'
Into the urvi, ,i '. d lookitd round. Th
womnn' ikird rne If I th"u'rht thr,'
could j g".ljyth i this beliefe, a,
her'chb'F 't ry backward l;i "'.11
lig to talk.i'er nur -e. who canie Lro'
tho~-~w pgas,'1 .r-"'r .hiar to lrh+:"
thesbalby. a|fng a ie bell ,.f Conif; -
over his 'r,.when he would he rU:'
to talk. ,sie wns pnsslng she hat'
looked in ^l If It was worth trying:
--Londton rlele.


i if Ratskin.
A thrtti Welshiman il one time ex-
hibited qwelo uJbllcly In Lngland at-
tired In i ostlne composed from top
to bottom of ratsklns, which he had
spent thfy'FU' q.ud a half in collect-
Ing. Tbh L As' made entirely by
himself. "it consisted of hat, necker-
chief, c a w.aitcoat, trousers, tippet.
gaiters es. The number of
rats req i $ complete the suit was
570. ,Mt ious of the garments
was .'.hf it, composed entirely of
rats' t'aas "
ra t





t atS because every year
.. l 108 a new SUppiy. ftreahly
Sand patUP. Tou run no risk of
1kept tstck.We take
I ethermstByof th
*I (W most frpert wed grow.
ON* Americ. It i to our advantage to
o Write to s e
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other.
'"Ah," responded Mrs. Brown, "you
don't know Bill! When his side wins
he gets on the loose, .at:d when they
lose he comes honcl and whacks .me.
They've played draw today. a'wd I'm
sure. I don't know what he'll do this
tIme!"-Lond(on E'q:l'rc'ss.
Vari-.y.
". Wii 'Osd 3e whcy y 110 e.". aid :r.. Granicin.v. "It r,-
llen'es a womin of. nH her cares and
gives her so much spare time. Now,
honestly, don't you find that home
cooking hecon:es rather monotonous?"
"Not at nal." replied .Mrs. Park.
"Why. my dear. we have a new cook
every few weeks."

Fair Offer.
"Can you tell me how to live 100
years ?"
The philosopher stroked his beard
thoughtfully. "I will try." be said. "if
you can givl any good reason for
wanting to five 100 years."-Philadel-
phia Record. ;
/
Earlier' Yet.
SClumn'in--I understand, sir. that you
began life as a newsboy? Guest of
the Evening--I fear some one has been
tooling you. I began life as an infant.
-Philippine Gossip.
Punishment and Crime.
"She seems to be having a petty
good time now that she and her hus-
band are separated." whispered the
three girls in the corner as she en-
tered the room.
"I don't blame her." said one. "He
beat her, didn't be?"
They looked her over again.
-"Well, I don't blame him for beating
her," the third declared; "if she dressed
ike that. That red is awful."-Ex-
change. .


L GET BUSY.
4.iilieeC"f tt ie Buoy.
,is tle ti.,e to "get busy"l
ke the town as pleasant and
Ve us possible, for if ever
i d Mwish the place to look
h ge' certainly will for the
h me mbers of the Press
R in June' The first iwm-
8a place is the one that
'e must not' forget, these
re just ordinary hurrian
S'nd notice disorder the


The Fate of ths Fancy Set, -
James, aged seven, had been pro-
imoted. In recognition of 'this great
event his father purchased for him the
following things that James Insisted
were necessary:
A box of one dozen pencils, assorted
leads; one ink anid one pencil' eraser,
one pencil box 'with a marvelous roll
top, three copybooks for home work,
two penholders and a patent strap that
was a marvel of Ingenuity, but some-
how or other didn't seem to hold the
books very firmly.
The father examined the outfit a few,
days after and found that It con-
tained-
One much chewed lead pencil fur-
nished by the city. a scribbling pad
with a few sheets on It, a tin fountain
pen tL .t did not work and never could
have worked andka skate strap to hold
the things together.
"The father asked ne questions. He
Instinctively knew what had. become
of the fancy lmnplements oti education.
-New York Press.
Her Answer.
An Atchison girl had a proposal of
marriage and asked a week to think
It over. She went to all of her mar-
ried sisters. One, who used to be a
belle, had three children, did all her
own work and hadn't been to the
theater .or out riding ,sface she was
,mparrried Another, whose husband was
' .' ojpovng,, a the time.
M7e i ,smarrfed, was Aupporting him.
A' fhird didn't dare say her ife was
her own when her 'husband was around,
and a fourth was divorced. After vis-
iting them and hearing their woes the
heroine of this little tale went home,
got pen, ink and paper and wrote an
answer to the young man. You may
think it was refusing him, but it
wasn't. She said she could be ready
In a month.-Atchison Globe.
Faith, Hope and Charity.
A London weekly offered 2 guineas
.for a definition of faith, hope and
charity. The winner is as follows:
Faith, blind trust In a first page; hope,
what investors are. fed upon; char-
ity, what some of them are likely to
be brought to.
-That Is. certainly not bad,' but this.
one Is perhaps even better: Faith.
the gift that saves mankind; hope, the
gift that cheers mankind; charity, the
gift that makes man khid.
Didn't Impress Him.
Shortly .after- his rise to the beneh
Judge Coleman 'had occasion to pro-
nounce a life sentence upon a notori-
ous offender. In the' course of his re-
-marks the Judge spoke with so much
feeling and eloquence that many of
the listeners were deeply affected. The
prisoner, on the other' hand, seemed to
be quite indifferent, looking at the ceil-
Ing and apparently giving no attention
whatever to what was being said
After he had been remanded to JafT
one of the' young lawyers had gone
into .the cell, curious to know how the
criminal had felt when his honor was
passing sentence upon him.
1, "What do you mean?" asked the con-
victcd one.
"I mean when; the Judge was telling
you you,'must go to prison for life."
"You mean when be was talking to
me?" "
,: .Yes., .
"Oh, I never paid no attention to
Dick Coleman. He ain't no public
speaker nohow'!"-Argonaut.

The Creditor's Letter.
Here Is an Interesting letter received
by a well known English tailor in re-
ply to a "final" application for settle-
menit of a long outstanding account: "I
have much pleasure In Informing you
that I have placed you on the list of
my creditors, your number on the roll
being 103., In. view of your name ap-
pearing so-tar down my list and In
common fairness to my other creditors
who have been on my books now for
some considerable time, I am afraid 1
cannot hold out the slightest hope of
the 'early' settlement which you ask
for. I think it will be well, therefore,
if you discontinue forwarding your
frequent 'reminders,' which can do no
possible good and which are a con-
stant source of annoyance to me."-
London Pick-Me-Up.

A Dcub-ful Ou'Jook.
A woman in evident distress was
standing at her door.
"What's the matter, Mrs. Brown?"
Inquired a neighbor.
"Oh, I don't know what to do!" was
the repy. "Bill's away at the foot-
ball match."
"Well, what about that?" said th,,


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W. 0. BARROW. Master,
SCH EDULE. :.:.....
LEAVE. GOING SOUTH. ARRIVE.
uesday, 8:30 p m. Pensacoln.
Wednesday 4:00 p, m, St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
wednesday, 4:00 p. m. PariamniaCity, Wednesday, 0:00 a. m:
edunesday, 2:30 p. m. Millville,, Wednesday, 10:00 m
hur'sdav, 9:00 a. Im. Apalachicola, Thursday. 6:00 a. n.
Carrabelle. Thursd y, 12.00 moon.
monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile. Monday, 6:0o a. m.
LEAVE. GOING NiORTII. ARtUVlA.
Lursday, 3:00 p. m. Carrabelle.
riday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, ZO,% a rw.
idav, .11:00 a.m. Panama City, Friav, 12 m.
riday, 10;00 a. 'a. Millville. Friday 1:30 p. nm.
Pensacola. Friday 11,30 p. m
ASSEsG-E, .ATES.
Poniaewla to 8%. Andrew and.Millville, $500.
Peniacola to Apalachlicola and Caurrab'ell'b, $7.50,
St. Andrew and Millville to Ai.alachicolai, Si.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
fhe abovo rates include meals and berths. J. R. ,Ul DEICR ,
H. T. MORRISON, Gen'I Flreiiht and Pass. Agtr .President.


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D-c'i I Apo)-rr?nccc.
A reimarkailze experhin'-e once befell
MAarR Tw::li in Au:traila. whil'h. he
said. determiulned him never again to
Judge by appew.rances. lie,. had just:.
.an.cd at ain Austraillan p rt, and. to
his chagrin, there was no porter in
sight to carry his'luggage. Seeltig a'
rough looking, badly dressed old fel-
low leaning idly against a port with
his 'hands inr his packets, the author
beckoned to him and said:
"Se.e here, If you'll carry these bags
up to the hotel I'll give you half a
dollar."
The man scowled darkly, and, tak-
Ing three or four golden sovereigns
from his pocket, he deliberately threw
them into the cea. cowled at Mark
Twain again stand walked away with-
out a word.


In. th:' New icp)rlideRs mre nriny lq-
!ards hnpe interiors have nevPr been
vlit(:td bly Europeans. for tM!" simple
reason tli'th t iStteipn)t ',do >E wonhl
be to court r''rt'iau death ht t- htiidmds
of the trend, herons and rIndlr;tIve na-
tives. A little to the' north of' Assam.
too, almost within sight of the tea
gardens an1d the pretty bungalows of
the planters. Is the country i f the
PadamItes. wherein no white nimin has
dared to set his foot for at least 500
years past.
The Cook's Declension.
The cook- picked up an egg. She
looked at It doubtfully.
"It's bad," she said.
She dropped It.
"It's worse!" she hastily added.-Ex-
change.,


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a case we sat togethe'- tail.n, when
ST. ANDI EW .ery Ilasi yon e fn rom the
PRICES C U R R E N T. rral districts 411inie I, to S e me bear
GROCERIES. I ng a (nrd of Introduc'ticn to otvaini
Sugar, per 10i 'ea, lperb my advice upolt the chul,e of it pro
SGranulated .. 0 1t-4 He No ..wd. ..... session. 'Whatt do you think yyou w ati
"" GoffeeOunpowder ....p40
. Green ......12 at 20 Unca 'dJap .40-00 to (o?' I asked him. 'I kind of tlotiul,'hl
Arbin cklps.... lb20 Cod mitn .perea n I'd bttCcr study Iw.' lie relh-d. "not
Crackers, soda .... 10 Sweetened.... 10 that I want to very iltuhh, but beN'i-lS
Tobacco, plug ..3o to5o Baking Powder I ,tes I'd eto be a jnd,,,e. They
Rasins,' Royal ."..... 5o I
London layers .. 15 Caniplell d...... 10 make jU(:.ea out of lawy(.rT4. do('t
Valenci a...... .o ... oa2o they?' ihe asked. somewhat t hesitat-
Aptles 8 Tomatoes.... 10-15 s Ingly. 'Otce in awhile,' my legal friend
evaporated ....A. o Apples ... ', replied before I coulj answer. 'Oncee
Dried Peaches 'io Pears ......... 15 .
Coal Oilpr gal ....20 Plums ........ 10 n awhile they do, but not ofte.'"-
Gasoline ......... 20 Apricot ..... 10-20 Philadelphia Press.
Florida Syrup .... So Strawberries otot iladelphia Pre. ,
Honey .......... o Pineapple .... 10-20
Vinegar ......... 30 Canned meats
Cheese pr tb..... 20 Roast Beef ..... 15 .
Butter ..... 35-40 Corned Beef .... Is A Fixed Law.
Oleomargene .: t8 Chipped Beef .. 15 "Ycu are positive I this happened on
'Leargd i..... o to 3 Lobster .... eo& 15 T y enndd ounse .
Beans rd6.......... tSalmon ..... Ioats5 n driinded .onsel.
ooeanst pkg 1.... Canned vegetables "I nm." s:.ll.l the witness, ,
Jellw...glaa . --oat5 Baked Beans ..5toyo -" C' -,,
im' e Je ...45 Corn ....... xoatxs Sui'e it was Tuesday? ,
Eggs pr doz ...... 25 Peas.......... Io "Yes."
"' PROVISIONS. '- "Why not Thursday'or Friday?"
Flour Pok "Because we had chicken that day,
Str, ofS'th %; 3 D.S. b ...."d Chicken day is Tuesday where I
Obelisk ...... 3.40 Bacon Sides .....1C r
Corn Meal prbu ..-.0o Fresh ........ 8ao board."-Louisville Courier-Journal.
Oat Meal pr tb .... to Br'kf'st Bac'n i6-22
Corn prbu.. .'. B..'oo Ham canv's'd .. 16
Potatoes Shoulders .... 'I Won't Slight a Good Friend.
Early se seed .. 0 Crnedh ...... oto If ever I need a cough medicine
fa'tprsack .... 1.oo Dried ......... 25 again I know what to get," declares
able ...........5 Milkprqt.....'... To
able .......HARDWARE. Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals, Me., "for af-
NailW prtb...... 4as.4'- Ax, with handle ...x.oo ter using ten bottles of Dr. Ki.'g's New
Galv wire do .. 7to8 Hoes, each .... 35a5o
Manillarope ...x12to8 Copper paint, can... 6o Discovery, and seeing its excellent re-
Stoves, cook .$8a$25 Linseed oil, gal..55a6o ults in my own family and others, T
Pipe pr joint .... 15
DRY 3OODS. am convinced it is the beat medicine
Prints pr yd .... 6a% Checks ........ 6to 8 Made for couhn
. hetings .......5a Flannel ....... 15a40 coughs, colds and lung trou-
Muslin ........ 9ax Thread per spool .. 5 ble." Ev,-rv one who tries it feels just
eens ......... x5a45' Shoes, ladies....
. ..'.', $2.75, $4oo that way. BRelief i4 felt at once and its
Men's ..$i.4o a4.00 qu ck cures surprises you. For bron-
MISCELLANEOUS.
H'ay pr cwt ...... 1.25 'ats pr bu ....... 75 chiis, antthma, hemorrhage, croup,i
Rope Sisal ....... a9. Lipe r bbl .... la ripped, sore throat, pain in chest or
FRUIT and NUTS. tilungs its s*upremr 59c. and $1. Trial
Oranges perdo,.. 3 Pecans pr ... bottle free. Guaranteed by A. H.
Apples .......... 20 Walnuts......... 2o
Lemons ......... 30 Almonds ........ Brake
OYSTERS.
Inahellprx,ooo...2.0o Opened pr qt..... 20 Both Tainted.
LIVE STOCK. Both Tainted.
horses ..... $5oa$5s0 Cows....... $25 to$50 '-You are in the employ of that mil
ule ...... Soa$175 Hogs ........ $3to$6 onnfre t1)on ti e htll. aren't you?"
Oxen pr yoke .....$65 Sheep ........... $z .
POULTRY. s ,i]>l('d llth"e sar f:(.cd woman who
Chickens each Geeseach ... .45a5o ran the bit'vr stid 1 e'g 11 s1)op.
Turkeys .... 9oai': 56 DuckS ........ 25a5o *Yt,'spo d i 'I
S FISH. *Yes. ru;nim.' respo,',d the man hn
Fresh -- Salt the white :Ipron. "and I want two
Multet prdoz ... 25 Mullet pr. bbl 6.50 pounds of l.uter for vny master's ta-
Trout ......... 25 Trout........ 6.. 50
lo.npano prib.. to Pompano .... Io.oo ble. He t-ail he'd setd to town after
Sturge . 10 Mackerel .... 8.00 it i ...t... .... .... I "


LUMBER.
Flooring Ceiling
Heart per m... $14.oo Heart, per m ... 44.00
Face ...... 12.00 Face .. 12.00
Sap- I ....... 10.ob Sap C ... a10.00
;rop Siding Clapboards
Sreart face prmS$i.oo x6in pr m.... $12 00oo
"Sap ... o. oo Finishing lurni-
* Buff lumber,...8 at 12 ber, d .... '$xa$xs
Heart shingles .. 2.50o Lath, pr m ..... 2. oo
Sap ... x.50 Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20zo

IoVw'5 'l'l1N ? y
\ oiler Otne 1i- 1ld 1 el el l irre RInewartt
or anv. i e oi' .,itair'lhi that "illn he
cured liv Hall's Catiarhl Cture.
; .,1. l. i ,KNEY.& CO.. Pr.ys., T"ol;.d1 ,0.
We the utiadersignie, liat ve known F. J
hlieaey for the last a 15 ye i's, ate ,r:lhliuv,>
n i t aperfeel y' li hoiotar hle ;i t all linsit e'rs
tratii tcliotils mtid fit.tin,.ially ;ihle to ctarriv
Doit naliv olhligations imt ade liv tlhtir fi tli.
West &Traux, Wliolesale )D uggists,
Toledo, 4)
W V.ldinai, K'iitan &. M..arvian,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hell's iat t'rr Onre is taken iktaernallyv.
et cing directly ulpo: the Ilohud at.d ntite
oub s8urface3 ot tllh svystet. Price, 75c
per liottle. Solhl lv all druggists.
Take ri.tl's ia'nimlv I'ills for en tslipa-
tics
-----------------
The Smooth Wipy.
In the last generation Tyler Cobb,
.sq.. Wsis a well kiown (oi then of
S Nortb idv w tt'er. now Rrockton.
Mass. lHe was fnamnwo throughout
Plymouth c(',unty fer his wi'ty retortq-
and dry humor.
Never having ta' en a f're trl'u. Mr.
Cobb cue d." con, elvrd the idea of
maknlu a vyTn,,Te to New York. Ac-
cordiurlv he sailed from Bo'oton in a
s.mnll s,-lihoner. The 'irqt d"y out a
storni wns- (',enceint'- d and Mr. Cobb
became 1 le'tly -ick. but after sev-
ernl horr he n1 u ter' d nip r'otu're nnd
Strength to I' ek out upon the troubled
water*;.
Ar he lo1',I'-d from the r Ide of thfl
little Ishlp up the trou'-h of the sen It
reen'd very nmolh to him. Tho eap
'IT'lnCuttli',; 4-f t-e wnve.' wa s iense
irs. hlie t('ld 4lm-'elf. PTilt ll:** t 's n11- ,
rter"rTr, oitl i (-d th"e 1uuh11.,'py pna
i'r :er, (\naly piW-l' ( out't ''t hand'
-nd,'1ie' "t where thO" 'naptibll stood
at the v;he,'il and. ri:lni. his voice;
~i a.,' p l;h ('f .-iw- nad wind.

S n.. rvuin. keep li the ruts, keep h11
the ruts!"
Why She Did It.
"Why Is It." they asked, "that. you
let your husband have his own way
S In everythingr"
S 'RBeeause,*" she replied, "I like to
r have some one to blame when things
a go wrong."

SST. ANDREWS
"~ ~ ~ ~ A M:: Aft %r m Il a& MD


it,. (/nly l I ie rotiU.a I-reSo 1: 1U.
"IIe did. eh? Well. we are nct. pat
ticulir sbot'ut his trade. Did you tell
hnin I i;Ald his money wits tainted?"
"Indeed. I d(d.**
"Aid whIt dnid he .ly?-
"Said so was your l)lamed old but
ter."- ('h i .en, "' -, ,."- "
Kills to Stop the Fiend.
The worst foe for 1"2 years of John
Deve. of Gladwin,. Mich.. was a run-
ning ulcer. He paid doctors over $400
without benefit. T en Bucklen's Ar
nica S.ilv, killed the ulcer and cured
him. Cures Iever sores, boils, felons,
ezc na, salt lrheum. Inf liable for piles,
h,'rnBs.,(tlda, cuts, corns. 25c at A. H.
Brake's.


'Thursday, May 20. 1909.


The Chinese Sar,pan3, Mla ch 6, 1909. ,"
The hinpse Sorepant. Noti 'e is herei'v gv',ni that Julia A.
In Canton.-10:,..0(,) people spend their j hns,,, f Pa s C..y, loris., who,
whole ei.tence i n boats, which are ,an Jitaii.' 8, o 19,9f aito: l vilnh aad
there tailed s'atimpans. They are born stonte AAo di,'tio,, Serial No. 01191, ftor
In thlem. live 11i theIl from Infancy to naes, section 2, towiiiihip 11, range 's14
old age anmd finally die Ilu them. Col- west, Tillhthassee .-eridiati,,has filed no-'
lectively these boats f(rmi a floating ice of intention to make fitaml timber and
suburl) to tile I tty proper, one of the ,tone proof to e.stablis t claim to the land
Inost aim;uA;:lirg htnumi settlements in hove described. lIefr,, thIe clerk of the
the world. Every c('reek is cranmmed .air'tuit court at Vernoi', elorida., ontiha
with them. Along the manin banks of L'21 2 lr of4 Mayt 1909.
wih- Cliinatanit nsaimes as witnesses: J. S.
the river they are huddled twenty d(el' ; dt>.r, A. G. Iur'dv, W. H. Stoud-.-
-so tioFe together thlint tie 'overling t;,avier, of Fouitlnina, Flo'rida, anil H. W.
of mnits appieairs coutlnuou. as fa;r a, Jointona of Panama C tyv, Florida.
the eye r 're: h1. A.pI encih ;nimpal Hr.aRY S. CuanB. Register.
houses ta ;nepiarate f1`aiily. with )t< ow;
big I)'ntzier hlimp. whi h serve. foi NOTI''E FOI PUBLICATIOn.
heattiig.. lighting atnd cooklitl. t he even D.'p' rtment of thile nlerior
Inag me.al. The s( etv when a recall; U. S. Land Offiice at Gainenville, Fla.,
serious contingratitn once gets t prolp Mairch 6, 1909.
er hold it) ihe midst of these floating. Notiee is herelyv given thi t J. W.l ou
woo.iein hollies may )e InghineJ. E Gat dter, of I'.,ttii;nat Oitv, Fl ridla, 'who.
cIpe is imlpossible e:;cept fcra thos o"tI Janutry 8. 19 9, niade tim er snid
moored it tilw a terinost edge. In on st on< Appliat ion, S' rial. No. I1194,,for
nif ltre: lh 'llritlen t over. a thoun qt %-, ,section ;2, towia niti 1 so' th, ranige'
of these con( ratit over a thou 14 west, hlis filed notice of intenlon to
sand lpt'rsonls o:'t their lives. m ke final I (imber and s, t proos, to ems-
t.halisl. eliitn to tile land above descril)-
W ari4ed Hter. cd. hlifore thet 'ln.ik of tle ir'cAu(:t oil t,
"Anl old Icuple fronn the east." say: it V 'non, Fls)'ida ot tilet 2!,t, daty ot
thi l'etroit Free Press, "are viltin-e Mat". 1909.
ihelhir son iiI this city. If the mother Clatimn nt naatis asu 4 iln sees: A. (G.
;.ets out of sl-.i:t of the fnthr., he I utdv, W' \V t. Stodot as.vr, J. S. La rt-
sonst-tntly n.shling for her aind i; no i Johiso, of FP.osta City, Florid d.
contentt till they tre togetlhrr i.. ni HENRY S. CHUBB, Itegialer,
'I'he other evea;itag ,lhe went to ainctlie -
pir1 of the house while he was an th, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
pairlr nmtd after lie hIrd sashked for hei Depairtment of the Interior.,
at half dozen times the soln said. rathelic U. S. Lait.l Ollice at G.si,,esville, Fl a.)
vurily: March 0, 1909. -
'*It eems as though you couldn't '' Notice is heareahy givu I that Jamners,
be wi-thout' no her five mhaUintes tit a Gatrdner. of "F''.ut"lt'n, l"iorida,, who, ont
tim... ,;:tinuarv 8, 1909 made thniheor and stone
"'You're right,' said the old gentle- At'plic.t ion, Serina, N0. 119, for t
"s utctiaia :. townshtiIi 1 si,,ti, ravige 14
i an slowly. "That's the reason I mar- wnst.t, Tallahsusee Meriaian, has filed' no-
tied her.' tice o ;ntenti n t I miak final tianmer and
Wherever there s' a failure there Is -atne proof, to estlalish claim to to the
tou w gl0dinens. some superstition hlind .tl),ve descriled, before tlhe c'erk of
about luck, some step omitted. whll' the circuit t cota' ai Ver'on Florida u)t
nature never pardons.-Emerson. the 2Clamant v s a wi es: A. G.1
Claiatnant nanties a11 6 aitinees: A. G.
I' urdy, M. W. Nixon, W. H. -toud4'may.-
'er, of l''iUain, Florida. sand H. V. .John
son, ofl I'anana City, Floiida.
I AOL -A &m, m _M *a I HINRY S. 9IH'UBB, Register


ICE & POWER COMPANY.

Manufacturers of and Dealers in

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T. J. MC SWEEN, Manager,


NOTICE FOitMPI'BJICAlION.
l)eparim tit of lite Inlerier..
U. S. LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, F'LA.
.irch 6, 1909.
Notice is lerefl)vy given tiat HI ny W.
Johnlson. ,f Pt nnmat City, Florida. who,
on JanaiHrv 6. 199, imiade timer t.nd
s',oH. Ap ,i.jcatlion, Serial No. 11193, .for
itwv 14 of section 'i touwnshin 1 south, r'ingo
14 %,est, Tallalhassee M ridi:n.l has filed
notice of inentciion to make final timberi
and ston:e proof to establish claim to the
land above described before the' clerk 61
the circuit court at Vernon. Florida, on
the 22.1 day of May, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: J. S.
Gardner, A. G. Putdy, W. 11. Stouc.
1mayer, of Fountain, Florida, and J. W
Gardnuer-o I anama City, Floridai.
HENRY S. CHI'BB, Register.
PARKER'S
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ClesMe, oand beautlfil the hai.
Promote a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Reetore GrW
Nair to it youthfT l Iolor.
Oures cIp disease & hair flng.
6I,- aid$1.00 at Druggits


Justice David Trower of the United
States supreme oiurt. hliur'lig *tin .dA
dress lIefc're the sijta'ints of l iv aii
the T'U.iverK ;y.1 ,f I'el;:as-hlvanlai tolu
'1ai onile of the experlieuces of his
!;dicial career at his own expense.
"It happened I was sitting at one
dine on a number of cases in which
a good friend of mine was Interested
as counsel,' and it also happened that
nt many of them my decisions were
rendered against my friend s clients.
One day after the completion of such .


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ThI :g Drug Store
.. .-'O ... .. A DR zW'.

N D.ERUG STORE.
Knofvin titr Vilts, is of cbhire, the most important
feature' f' o' ne-', bitit it has not taken .all of our time to know,
drug values. 4: Tkppw, the value on TOILETT rlEUIcALIIES. We
know how'tp A| t pdtbuy the very finest that are made.
.. IN AND
Test th rAIrs ance of Our M l

SATESTY'P.-ERFUIMMS! '


Examine breToilet Waters

They are unstirpagsed in permanency
anD deltcady'- 6 "Weikeeep a com-
plete 'assortmtnt"o: ?the .fiost delicate
: domestic and. p.o ed, perfumes and
Toilet Waters roughot t our entire ..,
Toilet G o6d oDeparrunt '
a T m"qnoet o itl 1AtWpleiose(f.
i 0 oQ o So.Lps, T)oilet Spongesa antid Spnges for t.ht
Bitt ht'lat cnqo erfectt'c ta.n any we over saw. Toilet Soap" free
-o from" -"' be found everywhere. We have them. If you Want
f any ti~e is the'imiace to get it.
i TflQ 'f i_ S-The at'tentlmn of all ladies who c re to haYeand re
tain ItPBpion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to,our line
of deligtte powders l aHd 0otmplexibn beautifiera. Pro'.ect the open pores of the
-skin f,6,i dijr-t Wifflidrtd dyst by tho use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
ilet i; com pliet withstt a dust of faintly scented powder over the neck and
face. tooth Po 'ers ristes, Washes, Cosunetics and Rogues of every descrip-
tion. Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs, Manicure -ets. and all the little
toilet requisites so essential to comfort. health und beauty are to be found here
in endless variety. te lahe RUBBER GOODS. Inthisde-"
partmentour .stock is-onlpl)lete.. |RUB 'BE R GO iS1 Our goods
Our goods are tle best makes and will not disappoint you.
We Seltal P.ATEN"t' ZDBOICZNZS in demand
A. J. H. JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.


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.Hie Wan't-Fooled.
A once famous publisher was a mai
well acquainted with general literaa
ture, and It was often said of him thu
he never failed to name the author o
any given pnasage. A would lie wl"
thinking to have a little fun at thul
gentleman's expense, told his friend!
at a dinner party before the said pub
Usher's arrival that he had himself
written some verses in Imniltthion
Southey and that he Intelpde to pu
zle rid I.-' with the 'question of their
authorship.
A <'"a' i r' ltpr In th ev n ft'*"t ti
wa, quo'ed h,'T 1'e-)(. a 1d. frr'lne tI,
.';r. F.. h11 s-il: "-I nam sure fli"y sr
'x-t'Awy'' fr'imn their style. but I an:.
"ot rn,.-niwr w'lr" they occTnfr '
'oure.-p .(ni i tell 1!-."
"I c:ulnot ::.Iy I reinemnler them ." ro
-1"1Ir i'. F. '"int tthor, ar, only tw.
-'*, (- ""^"'t'.': prfe when h,
"old(1- 'hive written, ')prf."
"'iV1 n 1' r ffpr' (fi. ,s'' h l the joke;r
'vth1 n '-f'k at fiTs flrierds.
"Fit'o,- Ii "'n ttinfanc.y or his dot-ige.'
was the quiet reIply,

The p. ipni 'l 1itr I ml ivoraui- posithlly
twenty inlles tin hour-to all-.w oae t.
makoe time exporures of thi-. wliear,'
perhaps. It nlm;kesr fr'ifheritt iltd oin
wlt Its. At every t'tIon the gniir''
n .p.'nd (l.,wn. r h in,' f-he namip
, the townh ad tie ill ~th"r of inll)n
it(s f(r' (ca 't",p'l"Af' vPer-" stathnt,
ilso the two military ;rti(rds who a..-
'omnilpny ri h train (Iec*.endl an'd wall,
irourd the cars. looking to 'see thi t
to robbers re ('onveal(xl. A, th-,r,
s at least one stop ain hour there'
guards ret some exer le before th.
lay Is over-. T ihey say thIs er'toailn wit
d'pted to 0Irire ;wIyV ntay lit)ri'aind
w'hoIi might le etw-enlhed In or under
he triln an(d tlnt it IhtNs lhern t'-CeesS
ul. Thspe military guards sire very
noe looking 1 ien aed wear anl Impress-
Ve uniform. We nraw more thlan oine
lack eyed senorita look approvin':l1
after them as they passed by.-Outlnag
Magazine.
.Gottinq'st the Truth.
At twenty-three he thou:rht fate wtaq
taking a special effort to keep him
own.
At thirty-five he thou'.-ht he might
ave done great things if his wife had
ot been such a hindiiap.
,t frty lie believed lie wivuld have
een a great mai n If his I, hilren had
rct made it re'-eFerniry for ihim to ('lin::
> the cure things.
At fifty he was positive thatt there
na a cen'plira'y nganint him on the
art of his fel]uw nmen.
At sixty he felt that If hie ('I!d' lIhave
wen thirty-five again noticing coutl
ave stopp d haiu.
At eventy hle l:egan to -l)elI:ve tihat
e h;ad faul(d l)ec':u-e of a la ck of
urgee sand la .i; lIty lt) make the most
f his opportunities.
At i l.',hty he was almost sure of It.-
hicago Preord-!lerts'd
Cause For R-grrt.
"I licked the sluflin' out o* Dick
smith this mornin'."
"You bad boy! Aren't you sorry for
,,
"Yessum--nwful sorry. I jest fund
it that he's goln' ter have a birthday
Lrty tomorrow."--Clevel.nd TIender.

LEGAL NOTICES.
NO'.C., FOR PUBLICATION.
DiR I'HTMKNT OF THEK INTEOAR.
S. LAND OFaCE1K AT (GAISNSVI%.V.A. FLA.)


PERSONAL
in' Mr. and ,MrI. Martin of Geneva, TTY
- Ala. were tie guests or Mr. hnd W fl r e
Mrs. Forester, oathis'ph~ce, last
. Tuesday '. / r .
S K. N. sin t. aor iin St.O
. Andrews ye, ~., i your comb? Wh
s. .Aln t fnotthehead a muchbettplace
e of our erchait, left for it? Better keep what isleft
today for 9 9,o'r$, where she is where it belongs! Ayer's Hair
going to stay fo yeral days, with Vigor, new improved formula
her n'iother AAnderson. She i quickly stops falling hair.
was accemtpni. ,by her two little There is not a particle of doubt
children b about it. We speak very posi-
lMrs. MAa' "oft.ter of Millville,tively about this, for we know.
SDoes not change the color of the hair.
came On TuesJay, to see relatives.!, '.or wte acn air.
She expressed great admiration for e /o-o "'_ech oui.
St. Andrew, she, ays: it is in0o.n- IOr to'
A y, I'rs Ask hM about it,
parable wit -y'glace she has seen than o he says
on the bay. ;Tis lady \\ith sever- Indeed,, the-one great leading featureof
o-h.1our new 1-1air Vigor may Well be said to
al of her. frlfieds will spend the be this-it stops fal i e h air. Then ito
summer here. goes one step further-it aidsnature in
As is th~r um Uieut. F. H restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy
condition, Ask for "the new kind."
Shepparqwh his wife and daugh- -Madeby.hj.c.Ayrco. Aow",l. ...
Seheppawrf.Lell,
ter Miss Su beppard,, left last --- ----
Monday f 1-Work-d- It Off.
Monday for ton .lew,., in .the gwst what niny happento a man who
I.MO e.A.,Iur, A .rge, I s 't on t ,;1 honest waNs illustraid on.
number .of r de them a reet. ir a few days ago. m ia
S* .d'.f,,conductror a dollar i-and
farewell call, So tly before their :.skd for, a strip of tickets. He re-
departure, it tg,)2 hop3a that h'rd tie tikets, ..nd th-n the
i ~", i- i e. r fumbled arc-unil tfor elherr
they will all ret~, in goal health o:,t r'f'l'd to mnake a "nifstalCe."
and spirits, net ( li''Id:n icd 'he an two half d .Ilir.


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P. p. P. ,Prife the blood, builds up the weak ai d debilitated, gives
strength to weakened nee expels disease, givin the patient health and
happrnebs, wheresicknesers, gloomy ings and la u first prevailed.
h n blood p os esgonison, mercurial polsi' mialaria, dyspe stia, and in all biood
Sand skin disess.,kblotche, pimples, Nold c.r,
head, we san without fear of contradiction that P. P. P. S the best blood
purifier In t e world.
Ladies wIjoge ,systems are poisoned and whose blood is in an Impure con"
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Proved HlM Theory, but Died.
'The acmte of realism was': reached,
though by accident, In a crfiinnal trial
a number of years ago at Lebanon, 0.
Two men had a personal encounter.
One of them after vainly trying to
draw his pistol from his hip pocket
turned to flee. A moment later he fell,
shot in the mall of the back. 'One
chamber of his pistol was found to
have been fired. His assailant was
tried for murder. The defense con-
tended that the man had shot himself
while trying to -draw his pistolwhih
had become entangled in the lining of
the pocket, and that the prisoner's shot
had not taken effect. The prosecution
contended that such a wound could
'ot have been self inflicted. The defend-
ant's counsel, Clement L. tallandig-
ham, undertook to demonstrate to the
Jury Just how the .dead man's pistol
had hung In the pocket asmid Just how
possible It was to Inti 't such a wound.
Suddenly there was a loud report, and
the lawyer rank to the flco. The; ball
had entered the ba'k almost .hi n he
identical spot where the dead man .ad
been shot. The defendant was acquit-
ted. Mr. Vallandlgham died. Ex-
change.


In the Toils.
"Were you ever sent up in a balloon,
Sam?"'
"No. sub. I's. Uecn .sent up several
times. but never in a balloon., 'ah!"--
Yonkers Statesmnn "

Beware the' geee when the fox
Sreaches.-Spanish Proverb, .


Enmouragerm-nt.
"I have a splltting h.tatnche." sighs
the beautiftil yVung tl'"g:
"Have yof ever trlhd mt nruetic heal-
Ing?" asks the obl,'-1ug young man.
"No. What Is it?
"Yc'i, roqt rnor henad, ft0lcs. n my
shou'.dr, n d I d iass if y aw'rm about
your wal:t In this manner. Now lie
perfectly calm and see If this does nt
relieve you."
The position is maintained for five r
ten .minutes, and thep the obliging
young man asks; .'
"Does your head ache any more?"
"Te-e-es."
"Well. I'm sorry I don't seett able to
relieve you." .
He IS about toremove his arm whc'i
Fhe looks up at himchidingly A"'1
says ;
"It seems to me that if youth have -""
confidence In your met'-"1 you wo-' I
be willing, sto/keep om tryn lm-."-ChIc-l
Newvs.
ProAf,
"I gueIss their honeymoon Ifs about
over."
"What makes you think so?'
"Hle's quit coming home for bf nooa
lunch."-Detrolt Free Press.

7eonl without knowledge fs tFfiek r .
ditiini to a m"n tI h r'."'. -Newtcr.
Disgusted.
Loafer the First-- thotr,-ht thtp v-re
unempcyed fund was fo r'rtnr!t.f.
Loafer the Second-So tt Fk. rtn't It?
Loafer the First-It ain't. It mnr.dn


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iaw-nv the jjC o I >" v lh. ut snyln', t
rd !'d in i p'111iic 1f -lnl tep work
'1 hIls wiy to t';( f'roit the :< t ( ''. '' 4 't.LU tol'." lid ni in
'"Ie (':< l't lve t'I.t irn1 tih, rl.;h
v i '-'; le: 'h I ( '1 1ue.tcr- slni'( -('onll-
Si T:;y. Tint's nill ri,'ht." he 1 sai,
. "-If he'd I:eci hloine: t ntid returned the
: I):dt lImlf < lli.r I'"d h:v1; given himn
'".' (d (11" ',r f('r t. I've boee tryhii
to Vt't 1ki (;f that Oie<'e. f, money for
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Hon. W. H.,.Milton of Mariannaa,
made a short a4sit ,to St.'/Atlh'ew
the first of th,weqk. ,, ,
Mr. R. H. Filphor and Wife and
mother-in lawj wee taken'to South-
port, yeterdayz,by Capt IDeSha-
zo in his .launch Esther Lee; they
have been. -occupying .one of Mrs
Lydia E, Waras,'r cottnaee for.sorre
time and had y.qry pteasat stay.
Mrs.,Ben. F. Thonfpsdn who tp ,
gether with her two yot+nge: t
children.' has' nad a lenghty '-)sit
with reifatiesibot. retu Red
home; JSw d./lM' ernoon.. The
many f;ien4 rj?. r redelight-
ed to nQteie, great improve-
ment inthe Thealth, Which it is to be
hoped may prove: ernmanent.
Mrs' J. H. Drtmnon and mother
Mrs. Margaret Day,'v ,"nde a num-
ber of calls, a-ong- the favored
were Lietit. F. H: Sheppard' fa 'i-
ly, Mrs. M. Ry'heirn. M,r. and
Mrs.J.H. Brown, 'Mrs. J T.Gwalt-
ney, and Mrs..J. B3lopck Mrs. L.
E.. Ware and twoTdahghter.: Grace
and Doi otl y, e1)ed l'h.e am e day
on the same putt is before, men-
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tione.d

Studont--TT'w- w". *^7 ilu :',4 i'e. me
o !" 1.lt. (o,'lf(iJig ..l t .'rily;' ,, rro.
,... '`r- W c' ll. I ::t .'"- M .a ,i.!o ',, I rnan-
<,'d It. .W hen ,a I a. .'"v ,': I ls',,u"ht
,ooks a nd l,-,n ll II ifct-'.INV ,'., I bW-or
'ow ho<'ks Wr alrd. i 'M: tl'in :.-Str.y

Tc'ik Hetit H-1r Word
'T'll never t'l tfithli.r manI'T rather
dance than o,'ait." ,
"Why not,'.- '
"lHe kept me w;nlt.-1n'g until all the
restnurnrftf wor ,'.oow .5.+n'1! '
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Nothing..

By W. S. GENUNG.

*I Copyrights 1909, by American PresE
Association.

Some years ago, while I was euga
in natural history pursuits in one
the back counties of Florida, I was
huntuhg,one day with a young mai
typical backwoodsman, and we st
pjd at'a small log cabin for a drinl
water:
A widow and her little girl, ab
'five years old, lived there. I had
the lady before, and so I presented
young man to her.
Trhe widow was a stout, hardy,
ergetic woman, probably thirty-
years old. The young man was ht
ly eighteen and was never thirty mn
tfom home. had never seen a loco
five, steamboat. bicycle, stove, clock
mirror. Raised in the tiat woods, w
out education, lie could not pick '
out of the alphabet. But to his cre
le It said, he had been. working for
ia month to support a widowed nir
ae, who was an Invalid; a cripp
brotheri44. a Y'ounger brother and
ter. This small amount had supper
this family of five. wfth the- adh-t
f'$2 -a moutht which the county, g
tie"cifppre..
,14 eafr eveufatg passed after
young iamn "was 'lrttroduced to the iv
aw that he- was- not at her house.
fim less tfxo two wereos they were
gaged.
Then, tfie struggle with fate beg
The' young man lost his job. A im
rage license would cost $2. lie co
not get the' price, and they were
saellig marriage Hlienses on crei
What wa's he to do? lie strugg
hard for two weeks and managed
hook or by croolk fao secure $1.23. 0
75 cents lBetween him ar.d pert
bliss! But, alas, with the longest p
le could find he" could not reach
persimmon. He could not, with
stoicism of the fox that could not
the grapes, dismiss them from
mind by saying that they were so
for he' positively knew they w
sweet. No; hlie cculd only lmurnmiur.
bitterness of heart, "Theor tsat sot n
San4. yet so far."'
Thrm several day* passed awiy. 'I
adrkness of despair seemed to set
aponi him. He became despondent.
laggard, careworn look was on
face, as if he had not slept for
week. Finally, o.we rter. wirhr despe
tion and a coarirge he did not kn
that .he possessed. lie ca me to nie w
tears in his eyes innd.fpelied his wh
earft.
SHe told me of hi', trfirls and trouble!
his expectations and disappolutmen
61s hopes, fears air'd'. discoourageineu
ianh then besoulWrt nme' so piteously
the loan' of' fue' other 75 cents thai
did not have It :i nmy heart to reft

Ito 'd to go lmiincdllIt('ly to
sweetflle,.t and tell her his good f
11fine. He was back In n very shi
tilne In an ecstasy of delight to get I
to write and send for his license
the' county seat, forty fijlles away.
wrote and directed the letter a
told ftim to put the two dollar fee
At and' register it for safety. I a
.ii i.u t; re,lsterin:,, ma post
v"'"ult c ls; u'(unte''!, ie chtingd from hap
less to despair. i-.- had encounter
t''--i t'rw to' 'aii-n' another iniurniout
atbl', e~'.-.v, lb' tjicu b ouny the size
;a. r?,.
"Gosh." he < r!ed. "what 'li I o?
SI 1t't ,ot another (ent. If yer do:
1' ,d me 10 cents more, I'll haf ter gi
1' up. t'li I\y yer back, I declare
l&n'mven I v-lll!"
Sgnt'e h'.i'm lihe a('dltlh nal dihme, ai
Ief rt'ntcd' nff il a hurry for. the lOl
''ee. five miles away. to mnvtitl ai
teg.i"t'r his letter The' pI'sfmast
t ld lila I'iat hit lih'en:e' cught to 1
I.tk at the postofice ly Friday nigh
It was then Monday. It seemed
t.o.l-fg' flime' to wait, but there was
S"lt' felr fIr t.
'1t'was arranged that the bride an
-'toom rh(uld start carly Saturda
morning to the pcltoffice for the
4 ense, n:d na t'.e postmaster was also
-,-tfanry rubllc l:e wns the only man f(
.' i" ga dIstalnce who (cumd perform th
f'nrrl'ge ceremony, as there were n
'rea hcrs in that plrt of the coulitr'


e-r-ept a 'ol'-r'd min at the turpentin
tilll. and tliey were too high toned t
enll upon hl-:1.
S&r~t'rny mornibml came at last. Th
:.,. find' seemed like a month to thi
irrdent ycung lover. He and his lad
v-ere over at my 1 lice i:rl 'ht and eai
17 for my inspection and advice as t
hb~- tb proceed.
The I-rlde was dressed in ia blacl
w ae v llrt ind fended silk waist. wit]
rTd ribbon around her ineek and
brown sailer -hat on her head. Sh
had to wear brogan shoes, as nearly,
half the distance to the postoffcee wa
through water from. shoe to knee deep
but sre, took a pair of morceco shoe
and a' pair of black stockings to pu
en. before reaching the goal.
When the young man came to m;
place on this eventful wedding mcrn
big he was dressed in a clean twenty
fvo cent calico shbrt, much- too lutrge
tt the neck, but the sleeves only came
to w~it about eight frrches of his
w rilts; a pair of old shoddy pants
Which in his rapid vertical growth he
had left about halfway between an
kle and knee, but to make up for this
defect his travels through swamp and
brters. brushwood and palmettos had
Sfriged them at tie bottom for about
one' and a half Ifhes. These trousers
ere6 -kept up "by 6 pair of mother
made sirv 'era from unbleached
muliLn. aSr of No. 11 brogan
lhoes, the tops of which lacked several
Inches of meeting the fringed ends of
his pants-and .he unfortunately not
having been brought up to the luxury
of underwear-unblushingly exposed a
strip -of bare flesh about six inches
vide intervening between pants and
laces. A cheap dirty brown wool hat,
which had been worn until every par-.
tile of it., c "riinal shape was gone,
de-cratud the Alaa, I am through-nothing else to
. -'r- -- n_..ts. shas. c.,- hat


were all the young man possessed as along who asked him how long h -"
yet, but he was soon to p.-ssica a lovi- had had the cholera and did it hurt
lug wife, so what cared he? him much, referring to his collar, which
I lent him a cellar; but, "a9 I weal bounced up and hit his ears every step
a a 1;Y. and he a 13 inch one, by pin he took, it was too much for him to By
iug his ears back lie could slp it on stand. Hle leveled his gun and swore ET L
over hi hiead bittcned. A hat vwa he would kill him 4f he was the last SEVRO0
the,.next thing needed, whi,,:h I will nigger in the world and was about to ..
Ingly gave him. Seven t'ree--eighths fire as his wife knocked the gun up.t I
.is my size. :yT his. which, although not and it was discharged in the air. ,
s a perfect Lit. h.l;rUoniied niely wibh The negro and the. Boys were not CopY sglitd. 99S, 'by- Associated "
Sthe collar. IIi3 cays keut it from going long in getting out of" sight, and the ,res ,,
entirely over hls'ftAo. but he had to bride succeeded in half dragging her W
ged tilt it back a little in irder.to see. youthful husband away from the scene Amy Sheldon, meaning Mly over the
of He drew the line at weul::g a forty- of conflict and into the swamp on their steamer's rail, watched the crowd on
out two inch coat and vest whiih I oil'ere I homeward way. te amer sai'Aheds fo o
n, a him, saying, "i'm afeard folks *11 no After telling this thrillIng adventure the pier ald '"hed, just for a eo-
top- tice that it dtcn't fit. ai.d I'd rather g they went at once to get their Wedding ment, that'.thel had been an oppor-
k of In my shirt ,leeves anyiyh'." dinner without stopping to change tunity to get Ww. to some of the peo-
Ile hal Il his Iohi,.i. aIrrl, az their wet shoes. In fact, the only pie she could tust.
out zle l,;.Jir:g ,hotpun wi.I a ho:r.em:id, change the groom could have made This was all g? different from her
met wtock (hi:; father hlivig broken it som would have been to take off his shoes last sailing, and t.ibrought more sharp-
the twenty years ir'vi(:: in a light witb and go barefoot. ly to her memo* the scene of two
it wourdcd pla::thLer i:i which li I:13 In a comparatively short time the days before wheifshe had given Dick
in o :-e hila (lubbcd .:n to arve bhi life) repast was ready. It consisted of a Nesbit his ring $d had declared that
tve wh i l id to g to pr pone of corn bread baked In a spider' she hated the very sight of his face.
ear- turke-s d tI : lht seea wi a boecake of flor bread baked in b a She had lastrsailed in June, and the
il turkC.eys i q:.irr h, i h Asee4 wloh H gTy-in)g Ian, some salt razorback bacon, r
ile goi::g; no,! lh. s-.v:mp. After bor frfed a pot of cabbage-the bud of the pier had bee crowded, but until the
mo- o 1mdvapot of cabba-e-the bud of the she d seDk
kor awI: so. M! a' 1 tn tLi shot of m't cabbage palm tree-boiled and a pot very last she had seen Dick's smiling
ith- and lading Ii; n:' they at last strt of black coffee served without milk or face framed 9 an indistinct blur of
"lt d ,u hei: lrn :p. sugar, other faces. ,NovW.,he would laok In
Ait. T:y let 1 i :la e at 7 o'(.ock ai I was the only guest, and as they vain. ifginderd..ahliClool:el at t'all.
r$ got ';' : :'i a hlppy nian and wlf had only two table knives the bride Shie lad. nbt idec ided to go to her
jrt p. 'in ... at ,r -al..g ten in.is, y was obliged to use the butcher knife. stator n oin bwU. should swihig
ied I" :part (.2t half l ou ir Their ten mile watl, had given them into tl,
sis- 'e wa cali g three gra oycd their wedding dinner-no cake,
rted squirrels by their tail,: killed b he j oyed their wedding dinner-no cake, unt l'i i ,,te of action when she
ion owu m ontheir way back throu1.* no ple, no better. no sugar, no milk, anght sllu I k" mali ing hif wa ,
a ew husa ion their way back through t happiness supreme.
ave he 'va.np:. w'i hi mi de her feel quite The bride brought all her husband's througli il %d(l ah:ut ilhe ga.'vjry.
the Theyl relitcd to me an occurro ec effects home from his mother's house '
id- that came very ear destroying the that afternoon in her apron. She could at holen suit ,Ci Lapot seemed to argu(
and sweetness of their Itoheymout, fbr our have tied them all, except his brogan his l < i, ,'rnI.iP n to take passage o
en- hero had nearly killed a negro, shoes, in a pocket handkerchief and the An.:ia. -
Near the office where they went was have had good long ends to tie with. Amy hal t u-red back to t:ie rai!:
,an. a turpentine still, the owner ol..whic'h "Blessed be nothing." heu she inr:;ed tai. amin mai.e he'
lar- came from Quitman. Ga.. anld he had i Good to era to the l'n"'l !,'ck. w'ilre' s!i
uld family of three or four boys from ten Good to Remember. ;u:ew t al he i:r cr.r" o'li- e I
not to a fteen years old. A church somewhere, no matter .d. .
n'ot to- rifteen years old. -t aetl. S
ift. tu.srome way they got wind that their. where. prints on. the back of little slips hron
led |was "something doing' at the post- -programs denoting.ehe order of serv- ,as,.si rapi' thrt i a:loug the gDi
b)y office and were not far off when our ice-these words: ho that It ii rin'lt wonvrs I)
nly newly married couple came out to start I wll nt worry. on wi, ii ,In i blue a: bra. i 111
ect for home. One of them yelled "High I will not be afraid. d:l : :-. ..in.-
)ole water pants!" another "Shoot the I will not give way to anger. or (.y 1 0 eA- inh,' "Ils
the that!" another "Put oi your socks?" I will not yield to envy, jealousy or Ind hwi h l: l3' ,l)Ck Ini his h~ln,
the fhat!" another "Put on your socks!" 'I. w v es Amy m,'do h
the still another. "Let cut your suspend-. hatred., l j't e v'c 'nde h
get r!" all of which as borne meekly I will be kind to every man, woman -:,' t' l' k. w '
"et ers!" til of which was borne lneekly an h h whom I ome ti con.-' nt 1 ^ ,.' e r wir ^'
his bv our horn hut wlen a ne':ro came and ci with win I'. e in contheg ltle th'tr pdI rewcided th'i
ur. I '1k /
ere In th Fog. clmrlute m e d
In Our Clubbing List. I Towi.,- S ,we i. London. eh: Oe, e 0 'V4' *r i t .d-lIL.e tlin!,
e I BU ma i fhe low did you fin:l l]h weatlhe there l)out klf. :"7 v'.- her w:li'~n'ue:
iii: r B lia ts with a few of the ve1., Browns-I didn't have to t:nd it. It o h, e.li hr ",ipe .'1 ou'. i'll h ni"
.h 'iiintrrangeamen tsi'itnn s with el w t ,i r fth e v'el'i i' ni
he nest' publications in the (.. wirv andi *ame anal hunted ine 1upand 1.r0oun:l ot h e b Cl1n n .n
tile ,the pre.sewrcan. .end for .r ivrhlleyear eti me In chunIks.-Philadelphia i'ress. '1-i, 1 "'A Il em:'rthd when Am:
A 'he RBUOY and ti'fd "'. t' in h
his Detroit' l Fw Press (twice-.t-week A London Joke. O.ve* t 'e p .Int on e.
Sa lid' 'Tear Book).............. 17 Waiter (wfro. Las just served up some "'Pit I'v Ii.- dlii iy the Brookes
'I The Fia T. U. &Ciatixzen, ldai y for $5i 85 soup)-Looks uncommonly like rain. imd 7.r". Pr'r '' I ..)nt to send :il
or- do Semi i'ellIvAeorjil 5.5 sir. Diner-Yes, by Jove. and tastes ur mi-.l in h-irof 'Io lordio)I a;en t.'
o Scientliic Aineric- n' *?' Uke it too! Bring me some thick soup. r.;'' tdl th' 1ih lt'] od lady. "XV,
lh Faitrnier.ni 1 1riiiFot er . ). vI't ,'t I)ll ,: h)!'i after t'llin- th,
ole. Floridai Agicultu"rist ... I 5: 'rookeryi:t -v- r, to b(e gone unti
do ,cliol ch ... 2 t: LEGAL NOTICES. roo o be gone
les Fin i .ourill, iliad i.Lrowlthly I 17 LEGAL NOTICES. .t l fries an-
ts. N.Y. Woril (ihriice a wetk.)....1 75 OR PUB ATIOA'd t ut te troublee" ter
its. The osmoptolitii.F..F.............. sFITENOMrCE FORPUBLIEC'ATION. t,(d1 Anm,"-:*i:I a 'tamp of her Ilttl,,
.its l e oepo5itn ...... I S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida, .' r e ha. s .ee tlkit-
I Gi Criterion................. I May 8, 1909. 't Procke has bl en talkii.r-
for For any or either of tOle ibuve pnlilicai NOTICE is hereby given that Robert Brow,n o4, h v. I,, ".t hi.ive gone to thle
t 1 lionsofSu conipectio., Fith the P.UOY oadfSuhporteI Frida, who, onJanuary 28, 1904 ft st
t l |ion~j Ol illlecti01%it l lilhe BUOYad. made Homestead Entry, No. 33684,,(SerialINum- e:e:"h i'e I m:!n:it we left last
use ireoss all orders' to HE BUOY, her 01015) for N % of SW and N x-2of SE 1-4 'I-'; 1 ;<:d eov:'vbcdy She Oever
St Andie.-s, Fla.'- IStton 28, Township i South, Range 14 West, '
S' Tallahassee Meridian. has filed notice rf inten- "-C1W.'" .,
Stion to make inar five year Proof, to establish I" ;r-1 D i,'thk Ihink; if ry
lF --or. claim to thfie l'ancd above described', before the "-
or- Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Vernon, Florida u' I l1ck ':' rem indiald
art on the 15th day of June, 1o09 .I i )4n.ti o ivp .1,
te lcr Claimant names as Aitnesses: Louis Floyd.t 'U(. .I i 'i ii t g hve (
nee ^P ---- ^ ^ ^r ^ Sam Clay, Alex Carroll-of McMillan. Florida and I d .I r::* 11" !'r,. Ui.' if 'Fr:ll'-e with (
to L)nzjc Byrd of Southport, Florida. '* '" i'"' i "Ir'Turnent.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register. T 'h e *rnubl l"eI tI
nd Editor's fee aid. Ti t P Ioubl," Xplaifed
in U NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ':In- ""' -rid Mrs. ,lrooke must f
Iso B Department of the Iterior II I.I Itp list night after P
ige Succeed when everything else fails, il. S. Land Offiee at Gainesville, Fla. r: 1i: ils lI he wou!d not tell a f
ge Succeed when everything else fails. May 8, 19o9- ',.
In nervous prostration and female Notice is hereby given that Robert L. Purcell, r I. I just saw him
p- weaknesses they are. the supreme of Enconfina, Florida, who, on August 3, 1904, 9 te pur 1e" opuirp hf-in his ti-pketY."
i- remedy, as thousands have testified. made"HometeadENtryando.-348, e o I-ey bought thenli at
red ItVe sid 02775). for 61-2of NWi-4 and W 1-2 of SW 1-4 .,.
'ed FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Section 32, Tp.i north, Range 13 west, Tallahas- 'e do' ." 'b0td Aunt Molly, but f
alTO A HTOt-UBLE see Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
STOMACH TROUBLE make final committation proof, toestab ish claim 11" shook hir 1 had.
of it is the best medicine ever sold to the land'aofbe described, before the clerk of "('t ; ui l.t'.:il I:ets on loard :it the ,,
Sover a druggist's counter. eect court, at Vernon, Florida on the "i.t no.ract. 'I sui'pose.that I)lck-1
I over a druggist's counter. __ 15th day of June, 19o9.'
Claimant names as witnesses: J. W. Purcell, 'e"' 1' ". \'4,"1-h-i[d to wait until he t
u't J, W. Brown, B, B. Ellis of Enconfina, Florida. '"i*'i ^efta nifnt his ractice Ing c
and J, M, Porter, of Betcnet. Flolorida. ".ld *tle "1 his practice bein o
ve -50B V'A' HENRYS. CHUBB, Register. 'ockc af'l'r--tIi'It i har thre it so much r
to EXPERIENCE Editor's fee paid, i (1 pra";i oI.' slip ndded' spitefully.
.a a i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I :_ -'t le.: '-te Lia hie's'been in court s
nd 7 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. *h! muobi^ -lt-
S I U. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida, i oi "
t wli3/ B rMarch 20, 1909. 1 h ,c(,,r'to blame for that?" t
NOTICE is hereby given tha Maud E. Pittman ,'5 ' i( r f.nin for tine In
er made Timber and Stone Application, Serial, No. ";i' t'ino r*',.t^fP'nl-ulents.
be e 01264, for SW4, Section 32, Township c North. '. *,;' '1 I 11id t hi I
ht. TRADE MARKSt Range 14 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed v .1 with eel" retorted
1 DE:SIGNS notice of intention to make Final Timber and VO'C a' I r <'tnl'30 with me!" retorted
a COPYR Stone Proof, 'to establish claim to the land above telling hi for the t
10no ABeaendtngagrtch idldewipttiIa!i at Vernon,'Florida, on the ist day of June, 1909. ',t l ilnitoi"t.) 1 was tired of seeing t
lekly ascertain our opinion tree whetr0 a! Claimant names as witnesses: A. G. Purdy, it" about fi't that our engagonent 1
ventlon Is probably patentable. comms ",'s James S. Gardner, W.H. Stoudemeyer of Foun-
d nt free. olest aeny for securing patent tain, Florida, H W. ohnson, of Panama City, WilS all a i: nt i.e." t
y PatentE talen through Munn & Co. rec Florida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register. "'T.c0 I (,'! hlk that he is fol
$ pectaottewithout hargcinathe NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .owing ye!," ;dv;i:i ed Aunt Molly
a DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. -.--.. *. ::. m".' o..'.C l-ir follow s
.r A handsomely illustrated weekly, Largest eat -. S. Land Cfficeat Gainesville, Florida ,-h 1ie is not; wanted. If he i onD s
ne uilution of any scient.flc journal Term?,. l 'i. :. _B. :o.-d. April 24, 199 09, -
senr: f.'-r months. $1L Sold byal newsssa'erq. Notice is hiereby given that Samuel Braboy, of 'cni'd it "ts lred'.tse lie h's to reach


o MUNN & CONew rky Enconfina, Florida, wnro, on Februar y 4, o1904, pe 4lrssteamer, and he
Y' ra.ab Offite ti26 St. Wasttnarr.nt. D.. ber o02356) for SW4, Section 19, Township i WO'tlt bothl'IN'l' In the least." t
1e South, Range 13 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has "Because I shau give hi a chance, h
t filed notice of intention to make Final five year cause I haut give hima hance,"
to A i Proof, to establish claim to the land above de- explained Amry proniply. "I am going -s
A B A R G A IN cribed,beforetheClerkoftheCircuit Court, at to have the k
e Vernon, Florida, on the nd day of June, ,o9. dtown9to thk stateroon io eb
l Claimant names as witnesses: steward take'our Steamer trunks back
is E 8 St 0 J. M. Porter, of Bennett, Florida, George Bar- t geok
ber, Peter Hobby and W. R. Gainer of Econfina, to e docL II 18. lucky that we ar- r
.y R n ea E a l Flbrida, HENRYS.CHUBB, Register. ranged to habe our other baggage fol-
r The Buoy Has For Sale NOTICI[FOR PUBLICATION. low." I .e s. de .
Tle Southwest Qunaier of hlie Sotlis- DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR "But d r iwii people say?" de- l
wesTh Qin\ rte ot' S- a ot io n 1 ah aid ire U.S. Land Office At Gainesville, Florida, m anded An t M olly s she rose and k
k west Quarter ot Setion 1, aid hi|e April 24,c9o9. he rOSe an" t
h Sonth Hall of the NOTICE is hereby give that- Barney Young. prepadto fhe.energetlcnies .
,,t al f h t,east of Southport, Florida.rwhi6 dn -Pebruary 23, 1904. If T bir 'gpl lln be ihatthe-trip sil
a ter of Secti.in 2. ofillship 4 soutil made Homestead Ent.y, No. 33869. (Serial Num- see h h
e iaige 14 ,et. ber 02425) for SEY Section 24, Township x was off. or l a postponed.and Aufft w
lian 4 e tt. South, Range 15 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has Molly kne .ens well enough to
SI i* 0 MilenNorth filed notice of intent on to make Final Five Year r iye gns well enough tO
S L About One Mile North Proof,to establish claim to the land above de- realize wheys1ftce 'was useless. y
ascribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Amy. by "o'lberal tipping. man- hI
eas 1 of- iltll ;e Claimant names as witnesses: aged to col ).things on the dock
SGeorge G. Morrell,'of Noles, Florida, Sam just aS the j 'ruing sounded. For to
t Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet- lay, Jeff Watson, ndJoe Talbert, of McMillan the ng sounded. t
tiS Place Florida, HENRY S. CHUBB, Register. thewoment '5 Useless to try to w
y NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. leave thed
TITLE PERFECT! DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. The port- .t -stood beside the re-
.. S. Land OfficeatGainesville, Florida, ronalning g" ready to superln-
e A portion Of thiI lnl Ihas besp, NOTICE is hereby i2en th 9.Louisiana M tend the ri of the last connec- I
in cultivatioin in imesat; but is Porfir. of Bennett, Florida, who, on March, 1904. tion betw and shore, and a Is
and has been in idl.es io ao ; i n, e made Homestead Entry, No. 33893, (SerialNum- line was c to keep back those of
entd has been lying iie for l-oine yearn. ber o244o) for N % of SEY .and SEY of SE, gc t e o the .
Section 24, Township1 South, Range 14 West, who bad gl e .to the end of the "
ilt E Bariai, if ?a
I Tallahassee Meridian, hailed notice of intention pier to w -~ul
liJj to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim The farewell, of
I 't the land above described, before the Clerk of The side etb ship were lined with
At Once the CircuitCourt, at Vernon, Florida, on the 2nd aer ac smng some be-t
p t i davofJ'une, i9o9. 0 -dewe e IlAug some so-d
Apply at o0- Address Claimant names as witnesses: dewed wit Aunt Molly Stood
B. M. Cox, '. M. Porter, and J.B. B rown,'of guard ore be belongings and looked th
THE BUOY, St, Andrews Fla. Bennett, Floridg, and Samuel Braboy, of Econ-wthe
t fina, Florida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register., wstfully tith 'fortunate ones on the t.
-- -- decks. .

DR. W. G MIITCHELL .: A
holiqtD It a appeared at the
head oITE' ., l a' nk and'fdashed

DRUGS, MEDICINES and TOILET ARTICLES. "_" e ,esoips sea.n s o
QMMFRoCErSe N A pper end of the paink was
T OMMARCE ST PAST OF W ARE'S STOR I- berrsprang 1 tie etoecapethe

In V( 1486k ,st bepranligs iphd llto Aunt o0e-
0r n e d huiy, who, n making a brave endeavor
fresh and of Guaranteed uritvy ^Th
oenct to l106 'disappointed.
The black bulk moved slowly past
9R.W .G.MITCHELL, PRG RIETOR the opea.setlon 9.,the shed, but Aunt
DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR, o n^^
Molly did not see it now. ,he wa h
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of SI, Andrews aif busy watChing Amy and Lick.
ay be co it Surroundingc Country. Nesbit. after a single g!ance at the
May beubd at reSlence oh U el Vista avenue at night. frownln u irl. devoted, his conversa- Sol


DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
No ice is hereby given that the followii.g described lands will be sold at pub-
lic auction on the 71 h Iay ot Junsse, 1909, at the East door of the Bank (of
St. Aodrews, Fla. or so much th(roof as will be necessary to pay the amthount of
the Lown ta es her'ci m set opposite to the same together with the cost) of such
sale and advr'isinr. Town Taxts for;the Tawn of St..Andraws, Fla., for, 1908.
C L, ARMSTRONG, Town Tax Collector.


TO WHOM


ASSESSED.


Bags. W S.... .
McKcnzie, RL....


Morning. Edw'n W
Russ, M W estate.
Coffman. J D .....
Simpson, J D.....
Thompson, G B..
Simpson, J LD.....
Powers, Cora....
Prither.Eliz'beth
Simpson, J D.....
Powers, C')ra....
Powers, Cora....
Powers, Cora.....
Powers Coriira....
Poer,, Cora ...
Powers, Cora'.....
PoWeers,' Coii'a.....
Simpsoa, J D....
Simpson, J D....
Simpson, J D.....
Simple, Nstor M.
Unknowvn.......
Pond, Mrs. CK..
Unknown ........
Thompson, G B..
Unknown ........
Shepplard, A A...
Blount, Mrs A H.
Uukno iai ........
Coffman. J D.....
Smith, Wm......
Unknown .......
U. known ........
Unknown ........


0
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w < "
DESCRIPTION of x


swi of nwof swi....... 30 3 14 10 $20 00 77
ei of swi of swi of swi
and vi of sei of swt of
tWk and wi of nei of
lei ofswi ......... 3i 3 14 15 100 (10 $2 93
lots 1, 2. 7. 8, swi ....... 6 4 14 80 00 I'i'1
lots 1 and 8, swl ........6 4 14 125 00 '9. 4


52 swi ......... ...... ... 6
7 lots Il, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17,
18. 19 and 20, si...... 35
10 lots 8 adnd 10 sI....... 35.
10 lots 17, 19 and 20 si.... 35
11 lot- 11 and 13 s ... ..... 35
11 lot 15 si...... ........ 35
11 lots 16, 17. 19 and 20 si. 35
13 lots I to 6 inc and lots
8, 1i, 12 and 14 si. 35
13 lot 9 si.........,...... 35
14 lots 9. 19 and 20 si..... 35
15 lots 13 to lVi inclusive si- 35
16 lots 1 and 2 si.......... 35
17 lots 2 and 4.si ........ 35
18 lot '7 al....... .. ,.. .... 35
21 lot 4 '1s 24 f.et on east
sidatand It- 5 &6 si. 35
22 lots 9, 15, 17 18 and 20
si. .. .......35
25 lo's5 and6 s.. ....... 35
2 lots 15, 16. 17 and 18 swi :16
16 lits 4, 5, 6. 7, 8 & 9 sW 336
18 lot 5 sw f............... 36
30 t 10 swi...... ...... 36
23 lots, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12 and 13
set. ..... .. ....... 36
23 ltAs 14,15.16.17 &18 ef 36
88 l and 9 n* ......... 1
27 lots 12 and ) 1:13 nef...... 1
30 lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 nef. 1
32 lot. 9net........... 1
4 lots 17 and 18 nw..... 1
4 lot 6l1 sel .............. 1
6 lots 1 and 3 nef........ 1
32 lot 15 swi.............. 36


ti. ii to Aunt Molly, with wholi he wats
:' favorite.
"'Tid you get afraid cf seasickness
it the last moment?" he' demanded
'ayly. "I didn't even know that you
were thinklug cf rging abroad or I
hculd have sent scn:e Cowers."
Aulnt olloyt nnered trnumlphantly at
\niy., but tlint crimson clheeked youn.;
woman rave no si n that she had
ic:'rd the (i:'laln:t'r.
"I ,aame preciou; clore to taking the
trip n:yscelf." continued I 1 "Ycu
know what a 'czt Fitd rentley a!-
ways Ia ;when there ia n weddit'g. lie
always wants to decorate the trunk
and do all those things that aggravate
the bridal j'air.
"Wbhen It camine to re'ttng mnarri'dd
himself lihe was rear d sti.T for he
knew of a dozen c-lips who, hid it ln
for him. lie married Eelle very quiet-
ly last night and came anb-rd this
ucrning beforee t iylight. Some re-
porter asked elien Houn'hitn iab- ut It.
and we fund that I'red wa lockec In
hII Ftatet'vo'n. .
"Trinlmmins~ t'.e I'Urser on, this shli'.
Is n iclly .. "t (f chap. I've crossed
with hiln lire ltinmes. ndj I know hhni
v'ory well. "l' 1)0,.-s pot mr t'o hustle,
lovwn here withi a 1:t cf junk in a suit
'a"(c. I gave Triniamins some meney to
tip Fred's cabin na'd saloon stewards.
nid Fred's going to get a daily hint
fromn his v'itins. I was so busy ex-
plNilnihg that Trnimilns had fairly, to
tire me down the gangpla nk."
"And you were not sailing yourself?"
isked Aunt Molly.
"I only wish that I could-to see the
fun," declared Dick. with twinkling
-es. "If it hadn't been that I caught
i bl- case last night I think I should
mave done so. I bet Fred's sorry by
his time tomorrow that he ever heard
if white ribbons and old shces as deco-
'ations for trunks and hacks."
A'my was watching the steamer
winging Into midstream with the aid
of two bustling little tugs, but from
he corner ef her eye Aunt Molly saw
hat the girl heard.
"And. speaking of hacks," ran on
Dick. "shall I ret you one?"
Without waiting for an answer he
ore off up the dock to retain one eof
he few waiting hacks, then liurried
back to escort Aunt Molly and the
runs.
It was not until he had helped Aunt
Molly into the cab and had turned to
how a similar courtesy to Amy that
he spoke.
"I thliught !hat MYrs. Drooke tcld you
'e were leaving o n this steamer and
hat you were following me." she raId
lurricdly. "I aml sorry that I was so
illy. amnd yet I am lghl1. because I
now now that it was just because I
i-ns, .irpd nad1 "".'. tihait I brc ke.the ei!
'agement. Will .nm conme over tonight.
)lick-and bring back the ring?"
"'Will I?" he echoed Jubilantly. "I
ho:hld say that I would .An.. do youl
now. I am almost sorry that I put ulj
hat Job on red."
"Don't be afr-ai." re~nsF*'trcd- itn:;
ni-',p.ly. "Thint nt'"r wi'l hI' over an(t
'e'll be on our own hioneyniooni before
e gets back to play tricks on us. If
ou had not played the trick I should
ave sailed, arid you"-
"Would net I;e thel happiest mian iit
)wn." completed lick. "I guess Fre(.
vas of some ui.e, afler all."

Making a Bolt For It.
The monotony of (rl'rieh in the p
ee stations is relieve 1 ofiener th:i
generally supposed by an infusil
unexpected humor. This happy fa.
ty of tickling the miaglitrate's sen.
humor won a prisoner in a poiiy,
nation his liberty the other day.
The prisoner had told the magistral
at he w 'as a locksmith by trade, an-
e im"gistrate asked:
'Well. were you on business in thi
tnbling house at 2 o'clock in th

'Yes, your honor." replied .the pri
er calmly. "I was making a bolt to:
e door."



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The Penalty of Kindness.
The man who had h ad btir fbhretime-
as much tas he could array feli iii hit
pocket for a nickel. The waited patiently while he extra' ted ii
package of p ig:ri'e papers, four
matches., t little wV.d of string and a
corkscrew.
"Noshing doing, said 11w sozzled one-
tind immediately l:at interest in th<
almatter.
"Come. get off." 'aid the conductor
"Here: it's Jefferson aveiiue. I cnu'i
let you go any farther without pa3
Ing."
Just then a fat' ullunl leaned over amn,
gave the conductor a nf hel. "Let bin
ride,"L he :aid. and the "coit ring u;
the fare and passed B. .
When the car reached the end of thi
line the inebriated gentleman was still
do-ing.
"V.'Wby don't yu gef-off?" roared thi
"con," shaking him. "'V.'here do you
want to go.?"
.The passenger (fue-Jd one watery
eye sleepily.
"Where do I go?" lhex'' xclialHIued
*"W'y. Jefferson avenue" St. Louis
Republic.

Bigger Than the Surik
A minute paral'ax 1 uaboit one-si.x
tieth of: a .second of airt found fo-
Arcturusuaby Dr,. Llkin guve ai mo.t,
astounding result. 'i'lis ,inall paral
kix implies a distance from the earthl
equal ,to about 12.30.0000 times the
sun's distaii(e. This vast distance
would produce a dininiution of light of
about thirty-five and one-fourth mag-
nitudes, so that the ,;an pla'iIad at the
distance of Arcturus would be redur"eJ
to a star of only nine and three-fourthl.
magnitude. It would not Le v'ilble
with an opera glass. ,. Arcturas is
therefore in round numbers il i.e and
one-half magnitudes, or bvor 0.000
times brighter than the sun would be
at the came dis'an e. As' uting the
same der-ity ard brightnes o4f :ur
face as the sun. 'the "ditlrireter of Ar,
url'-; wr;'id thierel(rie .,e aonut sev
ntt.v-li're tines the '.'il's diamnler. or
over :2".00( 0 0 miiiles, nil] ls mass
Sbout .',.(X00 tO times the inhis fr'f ti,
unll-figures well cal.,ulated Ito 'ta;-
,er the inagina'tion."

Too Great a Str'i-i.
EIvery 'en' illn wivhi'l' i, ;Ict(i
while tuil;inr 1lie )part of i dlude i: i,
play would Speld lr-> r btijd of Ill-
Stage mnoley. (On li e f li)"'. e', oc'
'ions it t'eelmed too numlhi fo(r a ert'a.i
person in the atIdi.,ni e. for a rvole
rang shrill and cl-ar:r throt"ii t h'
louse. "lley. Iil. lhow l'out' t;Iatt1'fl,(
on owe mie?"- -Exchange."
---7 .... .. .
Just Goosi Oit.'
Moth'-r. w -vl t I'ie fre'.tp-l out.
''here t:es 1 it ?'.'" sskcd'ia child, of!
':'r pi: r' it. .I
c c' n't know. i, -'.r r'T le'd tli'
iti other "You rI ,"'t Jt' t ?I will as k
mo -vherte your f':li r go''s when lie
goes ot !"


I


Aenr s. Ppur aranteedir, on e
PILES N'Fj PIEpposisi
D Natt. Tho 11 o0,8 S0'ts
Graded s.. ool., Statesvilie, N. C.. writes: "l c
they do all you claim for thlim." Dr N. IDeveMol
Raven Rock, W. Va., writes.; ", ey give nivrsaautseu
faction." Dr.. H. D. cGfill, Carb rg, T writes
"In a practioe of 23 year, I have found Dorenaed
equal your..".. Plael, 5so t ie. Sompl Freem. lW
by rggi. MARTIN RUDY, LAMCASTEISE,.pA4

Sold in St. Andrew's Bayily Dr. W. G..Michell
CeaLL FOR FRME MEPLE
-, Poetip Justice.
A 'ert'i'l couple fi x New EnglirYtm
village, each the ipare't of six children,
had mettd out to. them a kind of poetic
!usti;e in which they failed to see the
t.'oetry.
The woman, a widow, -ple1adi0 that
slhe hqd, no home rand was, therefore
unable to care for' Frr children. Indue-
ed the local hutfibrfties to adrait th#i
to an orh-1n u1yluf. The,. man.
WdMower, pladng be ihnt4i no, hotlie-
keeper ard therefore nm e e x 'it car e
for lifs Tfhdr6 lnrticidnet* 4F ufht&i'.
ties,to admit his six aisni ThereupoTn
I;elng freed from all kirum sitgceg,


Useless L.uxury. these two married. '
A sick peas!iit mnotiui's, feebly to his All went well for at ffwi tibth-s,
wife toi approaichi lil- lbedIide and whis- vhen the authorities, lersiwltig of thq
pers painfully. "'I think, my dear -I 'ltuation, prom-tly dp&0at.lfff i the
could fancy a lIttle broth." twelve eldldren b.Ick to't refr laieni ,
"My dear. vh.at do you want of and, th(e wom-iin no honier able Ito pey.
broth? Hasn't the doctor just given resent herself as Iiompew r m ae
rou up?" w is tout a hourekneetert. rey e're?
.....* * nrr-t t .r,- o- th'm


~ylllOZI ~e


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The Surprifif Surprised.
It was quite an Iffformal little evefl-
Ing gathering-Mr. and Mrs. Candor,':;
hosts, and Mr. and Mrs. Funniman., ,'
guests. The program consisted of a
little chat, a little sapper ind a little
whist, of which the '-itle chat-Mr.
Candor not yet back from th# office-'
has just begun. '
"There!" exclaimed delightful Mr.
Funniman. "If that's not Candor'e
step in the passage Itm not Funnimant
Let's play a trick on him. My. wife
and I will hide beiiad the curtai.R.5
liere, and you m. ist telf lmthi that yo qr
expected guests have' not arrived,
Then we'll step out an'd surprise him,
Ha. ha!"
No sooner said than done.. The skit;
"tish pair dived behtud the curtain
just as old Candor eltteted the room.
"Where are the Fluilmans?" he el-;
claimed.
"I'm afraid, John. they have dinsp-
pointed us," pretended Mrs. Cafndor.'
"I had a wire not hal. anf hour ago." -
"Right-ho!" chimed Sir. Catidor.
"And jolly glad I am about it! I
never did like 'em. Let'g Ihave slow
dinner!"-London SF'1p. '
Teaching Cubs to Kil.
Havo you ever seen *'t catch a
mouse and hlind it ot t fo her kittens
to teach them how to kill? Well,, a
tiger is 'merely a big cat.' a'd shw
teachess her .cubs naltinst Iri 'tb sam*.
way. only not with tnA'e4 Af' iEast- t *
dian officer witnessed a ..scene of twls
kind. An id l;ullb: bhisn *had bee the
v jtIm, t ld t le tigress had disabled
film Ly breaking CUPne of his, forelegs
Just below the knee. "'he nevye
touched the throat, .the. usual .place of
seJzing. but allowed the cubs to'wortly
the 'dlrabled animal.. The eyewltnees
relates that the cubs act kittens, advanced and retreated and
worried the vi- tim. all the time mew-
Jng and Fnarliiig, while the tigress sat.
near by. watching lheir 'a'ti-s. and oc-
'aeI'lonally Viving the bison a blow'witb
tier paw when he slowed undue ac-
riv ity
Pear Shaped Ballo'nis.
Pear shl!pcd balloons air the fashioin
:1 Helgi1n The point Ils upward: the
hase of the balloon is splb)rical. It li
Sl1imned tllt bmlloions of bfbish shape
ierce the nir vertt'illvy with far great.
,r speed than the ordinary spherical
balloon Consequently they' we i tend-


For Sale I
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half -of the
northv.'st quarter of sectlo1 Ii0 town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, rionnBtg,
from the school house to Watsuw v tiyo
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre. quarter. or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
In,.tlon. W A 1CMMON.P "0

TWO MAPS.
ONE DOLLAR FOR
A :1AI' ()F ST. ANDiIt. l1-
30x%50 inihe ,l cc, rrect lyl il, pl tter n
,hoi *in g all tile. ilit'-te ilsl artirI
huilislitias-is of gIret Val!in to ai.
one co'nit iiplat iig t pureihaniili pi," -
*:*') in ti, n.. !i enti' Miles o| cIast lin>e, 'Xtel' ilitg e(at,.
"*a rnl a rflnrii I r's f a.t o it, anl ei, .-
iIacin. ()141 tI. A i rr ,' 4,.. i n i ,ir:
r pBll)nilitig territory, inland. I'h.e"
OnI) Dollar, at ihe liUOT(Y )Ore.
A I.- -.
I"IF'TY C;EliN'I' FOR'
A SEC'I'INAL 11A I' ()F' 'T I sT
ANDIIE1\VS iRAY U(OUN I'Y .
iShlow.ing iil the ISea. ll ,t i ,ea'* ol (y
tlie (iCinciainati [!ni|,a al's lt.,' I tmN
Hiarrison, ..J"arler,, (Iitnantonii a ,l
ilj.'-in c' s nt atiiy. a 1TI, pli, t >f lie
its isis nlot ~hil.wni. ut I>y 'lh** a l ,
tlhu Uian p tihi a| r,).xiiiian t( ln ajoiw o(
any bi. t is easily ilteti inaii'ed. Price
Filtv Ce'aits, at tine lioy (!i'e.
Elitliher nia p will ,e wsnt "-, inmal io
aiiVy asidress ,,i; receipt nif ill i p i>i...




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