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 27, 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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ST. IANDrEW


.Y 27.1 .


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
U. S. Senator--In District. W. H. Milton, Man
anna; 2d District. J. V.lTehaferro. Jacksonville; AT ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
Representatives-aist Distritn. S.. M. Sparkman
T 'a.a; 2d District, Frank Clhrk, L Ake City, $1.0 a ear in Advance.
0j3d District. Dan tte H Mays, Monticello. $1. a aIn in Advance.
Limnd Office-Registrar, Shields Warren; Receiv- ____
"i, H. S. Chubb. Gainesville.
State-Governor, Albert W. Gilchrist; Secretary, Entered Sept. 3, 1901., at St.. Andrews,
H. C.Crawford: Treasurer. W. V. Kaott Attor- Fla., as second class matter, under
.ey.General. Park .M. Tri ,; C 6m roller,
SCroom Suerinten oPublic nstruc ActofCongrrs of Earch, 187t
(o, W..M. HolWay, Commissioner of Agri- ---------- -,-
cudture. B. E McLin; Chemist, R. E.'9A",
Geologist, E. H. Sellards; Auditor, Ernest Amos M A EM N
AdjutantAGeneral. J. Clifford R Foster; ,Rail- 1 W ILLIAM A O
road Coowrmissioners-R. C. Dunn. R. Hudson
-eiorr -N A Blitch and S. E. Cobb, clerk. PR OPRI E'T O R.
state eoor-v- el Cook. Chipley ____
Washinhton Ctodniy-R"eresentative, L. Mc-
V Vron;- CountyJud. R -Wel Dis
Co4tyJCk. Recorder o splay adv. rates. 50c. per inch
M"Al.ie.n. 'ser per month. Position and extra-
W B .Gainer; r. ordinary eoiadition rates subject
Vernon; T J J. Williams., Chiiey. to' ir remn
Courn T. B F Gainer Wausaw, ospeci aragreoemrnent-.
S i .r a CpiKIs. V'ernon. CoinlaT-& ff 1)nJ J P 6:.I 61.. f r..: ;..


I i H it~n ,,.la"hba, Chab" L.
S. Ware, George W.
** Bttioek- Tnsf of ntbe P eIn Sturrock;
Iqtia uoAsK. Emnons, H, Brake, F Bul-
S- chdo Directo rs Surfer Sr T B.
UiOanTer, M.G. Post. A H Brake. Postmaster.
Mrs. M Rose.
Panama Cityo-Postmaster. MrW. Belle Boothc;
Deputy Sheriff, Ai Hogebooom
Mitlville- Postmaster. ... .. Justice of
the Peace, M B. M. B. Harries; Constable, J. H.
. Dafi .' k I I..
- Parker-Postmaster, F. M. Boutelle; Notary
Public W. H. Parker.
Calloway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
A Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster ................
.uthport--Postmaster, R. Barnett.
pay-Postmistress, Mrs: R. Gay.
B ,head-Postmaster, M. Mashburn.
Ck-"-Pots'ter, J. J. Fowler.
W appo-Postmistress; Mrs. Dyer.
-1rfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
. CMhoAn County, Cromanton-Postmaster, Nora
losldns.
'mdale-Postihaster W., F. Woodford.
SRELIGIQUS.
Baptist-Church Wyoming ave, and Pearl st.
S Sundy School ever Sunday at oa, m.
eho o t Epoisopal-Chnrchu Washington Ave
and Chestnut St. Sunday School 9:30 a. m..
every Sunday. Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine Ame. and
.. Drake St. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. every
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
tree, pastor.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming. Ave. and
ater -St.


rker Lodge No. 142

Regular Commu-
nicationson the first
and third Saturdays
in each month.
.' sitmig Krolther
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
McE. IOGERSON W M.
It. E PALMER, Soou'rtaiVr


tsU.iNESE 0I11EUTOR .
W. A. EMMONS.
SNotary Public for-State at Large; has jurisdiction
to administer oaths, take affidavits, legalize
acknowledgements, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land conveyances
im -itrligB o pommed for lawfuBlly
lied parties Ofce at he Buoy Othce.
t. Andrews.
ANTON J. 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,
-. Ntary Public for State it Large. Solicits official
Business in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.
A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
attention.
JQOHN STURROCK.
justice of thePeacerDist. No. s. Office at resi-
deice'in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
hijeal with him at his business and is prepared
to"appoly his jurat to instruments, wherever
fo4d&'. Attends to official business in hisjuris-
diction. Collectio0si a specialty.
W. H. PARKER.
Notary Public for the State of Florida at Large.
Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
, meat of tax&s for hon-residents, specialties.


Westminst'r Abbey's Poets' Corner.
aTlrnll:' foui Klii.g ITenry's clh.pel.
with Its weatti Vf rii "-,ir frost
work." to the yoets" corner in West-
minster :0il ey. we are attracted by a
spell mi-htier that that of carven
atones ,.n the presence of those "serene
creators of immortal things" who have
efrithed our literature with gifts be-
yopd all p ri-e. This "glorious company
of paupers." as they hare. been termed.
saEts a .*4;fr In Great Thoughts. have
*; bWn a fame In the glow of which that
.- t statefinen and warriors wnnes and
perishes. "touched to death by diviner
S"yes." Prawn together, as it were, by
the spell of Chaucer. "our first war-
bler." what Spenser calls "black ob-
Hrion's rust""has failed to tarnish their
golden, record. We move entranced
atfild (thiineniorlals of ODrnyton. Ben
OiBbon. itpeer,, Shakespeare. Beau-
mont. Milton, GrayAddteon- and.may
i.-more. Including the impassioned pe7,fs-
ant singer, Robert Burns. and the gfeat
Victorbrns. Robert Browning and Al-
*red Tennyson.--Lqrdon Standard.

Why 8ht Shut Dowt.
"A charming gentleman- about four
years old used to pass imy house every
Sday oi- hisa way- to ,kindergarten," said
ii lady, "and In course of time I made
hMs acquaintance and gave a penny to
him each morning when we parted.
:,'"Eventually his mother requested me
not to give any more money to him.
The next morning I did not present
the unual penny. He did not seedu to
n"ttfwc the omission. The succeeding
-ity when the penny was not given to
'hiTm he said nothing. But on the morn-
I"ng of the tilrd day when the penny
Waq not forthcoming he sidled up to
SBie end wh-lpered: 'What's the -mat-
ter?" Ain't your husband working?' "

.., The While Sfar.-
*I hear ..yor sew lw tfg up your
clin' .,salc erieaie tn(rJn oflrm-, mii-
Sister to anothlr to'. other day. "How
Share your pri^o kingg it?"
'-Oh:-weil:l" waa ?he answer. "I'm re-
iUgtng and they've resigned."-Liver-
pool M ew.ry.

Eriaht eand Kot.
tl ith g(t off a bright thing. the
ether dmy.." ,
,' :'"What was It?"
"A lig:htped e lin some one h.nd care-.
Ely ', dr"'"-'1 tinto the ebhair he sat
S n."-Laoan "Fun.


above rates.

If this paragraph is checked with a
bluepencil it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be :enit
you that no breaLr r.lf; occur should
vOn choose to renew.

ST. ANDREWS BAY
MAY GET
RECOGNITION.
Hon. D. H. Mays has introduced
the following Bill in the House of
Representatives, which everyone
having the welfare of St. Andrews
Bay at heart will hope may meet
with no opposition, but speedily
become a law and the work which is
of so much moment to the St, An-
drews Bay country be inaugurated
at the earliest- possible moment.
The bill was referred to the Com-
mittee on Rivers- and Harbors and
ordered to be printed:
H. R. 9781.-In the House of Rep-
resentatives. May 17, 1909.
A BILL


To provide for the dredging of a
channel through East Pass and.
Camels Back shoals, at the har
*bor of St. Andrews Bay, in the
State of Florida, and for other
purposes. '
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Repre.sentatives of the
United States of America in Con-
gress asembl)di -Tihati;- fr the.
dredging of a channel through East
Pass and Camels. Back shoals, at
the harbor of Saint Andrews Bay
in the State of Florida, and for the
commencing and continuing the
work, and for the construction or
acquisition of a suitable dredging
outfit to be owned by the General
Government, there be,- and is here-
by, appropriated, out of any money
in the treasury not otherwise ap-
propriated, to be immediately avail-
able, and to -be expended under
the direction of tne Secretary of
War and the supervision of the
Chief of Engineers, the sum of two
hundred and three thousand five
hittidred and sixty dollars, and
the channel-t-hall be of sufficient
depth to maintain twenty-two feet
depth of water at low tide, and be
two hundred feet wide at the bot-
tom. ,-
Sec. 2. That to provide for the
maintenance and restoration of the
channel as provided for in section
one ot this Act, and subject to a
similar supervision, there be and is
hereby appropriated, out of any
money in the Treasury not other-


wise appropriated, per
thereafr, the sum of
thousand dollars.


annum
twenty


Nst Ac"-'-.
Actor-All the newsp:iplor, say my
linpersonatlon of Caesar la.;t night was
absolutely real. I;tval-Pi-hIaps that's
so. Everybody ve mnet says it cer-
tainly wasn't acting..


FROM BLAI4E6Y TO splendid
ST. ANDREWS is more
IN AN AUTOMOBILE: been de
Mr. A. J. Fleming, of the Early n be
County (Ga.) News, upon returning there
home from his recent enjoyable down
tlip has the following graphic and We


complimentary mention in the
News of the treatment of himself
and his companions while they
were guests at .St. Andfews:
On last Saturday morning Br:
Howaid. FWrs asked the v't,'
,to pilot a tiirty fo St. Andrews via.


el at .4:30 in-the afornoon in.
two little Buick automobiles, Dr.
W. J. Jennings, Mr. J. C. Haynes,
Mr. Howard Flowers, Master Joe'
Flowers, of Blakely, and Mr. Chis-


holm Ausley of Bainbridge and the
writer left Blakely for St. Andrews
Bay. via Columbia; and Round
Lake, Fla.. for the great Florida
health resort and fishermants par-
adise.
The party arrived at Marianna a
little after 8 o'clock Saturday even-
ing, including all stops. Early next'
morning they pulled out for St. An-
drews, arriving there about 3 o'clock
in the afternoon, where they found
Mrs. Jennings and little Hampton
and Miss Ella Flowers at The Oaks,
one of the most beautiful of the
thousands of pretty places on St.
Andrews Bay.
The party thoroughly enjoyed
every moment of their stay in Old
St. Andrews, which is so loved by
the Blakely people who visit the
Bay country each summer.' The
Bay is covered with naptha launch-
es and one of the most enjoyable
outings -the party had, was when
they were carried to the Gulf
beach by Mr. J. J. Trousdale in his
beautiful and substantial launch,
"Ralaco." Mr. Trousdale has one
of the prettiest homes in Old St.
Arndrews-an-th4a view.of the waters
frorn his home would be hard to
beat and we hope he will live to be
as old as Methuselah to enjoy it.
Mr. Bert Ware we found the


same old Bert, as clever, accommo-
dating and obliging and courteous
as ever. Mr. Drummond, one of
the 'most prominent men in West
Florida, is enthused over the bright,
prospects for St Andrews in the
not distant future. We would like
to make mention of all the whole-
souled and hospitable people of St,
Andrews, but time and space will
not allow us to do so this time, at
least.
Mr. J. C. Haynes returned Tues-
dayvin company with Joe 'Flqwers
on the train as business called him
home and Joe had to get back to
his lessons. Dr. Jennings remained
with his wife and baby. We picked
up in his stead Mr. 'Stamper of
Bainbridge, Mr. Ausley's chauffer
and -Wednesday morning, after
breakfast, we left St. Andrews for
Blakely. We ate breakfast in St.
Andrews and supper the same day
in Blakely., the trip being made in
the same little Buick cars that car-
ried the party down to the Bay.
Mr. Amos E. Lewis was especial-
ly nice to. the party and we assure
him his courtesies will never be for-
gotten, ald if he ever comes this
way we will endeavor to show our
appreciation.
As there are quite a' number of


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"t My e id t dy, but the
view Is. a g &t, t d'ild pl turo.'
mnsed Edw.._ g,4n from an opera
space hairwy up rurtridge moun:na..
My mood Is Just nt to apin'eciate
such a wild, gray daI, takes me out
of myself."*-
She sighed, shak her head rest.
lutely, then braced against a sudde i
sweep of bitter win feeling a tin :h-
-of definn,--e in.confro ting the howling' ,
gust.
Her laugh,, .reck 18, unmirthfu'
-echoed along its ho rse trail. "Sun.
'hiIae she cried.' h, I like th*s)et
ter! It puts, Int' one' soul a sensq of
strength,: attlo oi:t 'verc-rre osta-
eles, to rise. pa~,ve ..judii-lh grieving.
That's what I want." ,' -
She clung > a sapli g,' ,e duV with
Its sway, closing her ,'es, diriniing: in
deep drafts of the JnvigL rating ,air
whose"'frosty breath stupk hdr cheek-
to a glory of color. "
"Come!" rang, her voihe. "Come on
old Boreas! Swnig me! Pelt me! Lh'l-
me!"
There was-a :lldness lu her supply
cation, a beseec-ing note. Edwina
Surrey, throwing herself to nature's
rough'embrace, lind mu h to forget.
A shout-that of a planting mrn and
alarmingly near--nOused the girl to turbo
In sudden dismay.
"Coming!: rire'Phl;,!"
Swish! Whrh'! 1.ike a swift, envel-
:>ping sheet ith l iow was upon her
blinding her nowt wik: opened eyes
hoping bark hI r 'lrtrllI. d exlamintlon.
A dense, thiiokei ng. -whir'l ( g mantle
i+t SePe)t frrum "t lowvering h.-'ivens
enr>-laing cve. ifloaR brown bus:..
.d ; r Vi:V r. k le' I lie t h1it
Li1i- Inna <'1uld i n e. She heard r
crashing through the 'brush, an l-rl
tated mutter. "Where in blazes is thb
creature? Ow, my shin!" and then
ouder: "Hello!-WEiat's the trouble?"
The girl graspeAer little tree, tight-
-ning her lips. I
"It's Ham." she swallowed. "Oh, he
austn't find me."
But Hamilton Knight stumbled into
be open. His eyes were keen. In
hree seconds he had reached the
hrfnking figure-.'- '
"My good woman," he began, "don't
>e afraid of me. I heard ycu calling
or assistance.".
Hle "bent nearer, brushing the snow
rom his eyes, and a prolonged
'Whi w!' broke from his pursed lips.
Edwina straightencd up, facing him
lefluntly.
"You 'are mistaken, Mlr. Knight," lu
i n acid voice, somewbqit Fhrlaky. "I am
,ulte e " Thenat why (1:1t you call, Ewina ."
'"I ti<1n't. I was only sinzlng."
"Ein.gii:'. Welt--s-wearl"
"Will you I lease go?"
"And leave you herct? NI, 'I v'il
:ot. It's the nastiest first of the sea I
on sterm ni veIi'.-u.aud it hIs com'n
o stay awhile. What business hav<
ou in this lonesome hole finyway?" I
"None of yours. I guess I can wall-
vhere I please. You've no right"-
The man Interrupted her coolly.
"Be sensible, pdwina. This is a bad
x, and we imu#t get put cf It.. All mn:
trengtli and wits" wfI be needed t< I
nd a way down to the road. I set
ou are warmly clad. That's good t
m dressed for training,, so we .can
ush along without pticlking a path. r
regard me as-you like-stranger, St. t
-ernard dog, pious,- monk, any old I
hing-but be-sena~ible;;, That's all."
"You may know best," the girl shiv- c
red a bit. "Pb6naydjy I don't mind j
snow flurry" s
Knight shrugged. .HIs features set i
anxiously as he peered here and .there.


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t "It doesn't let up- at Al.-" .nd III
s "t)o yod know jiut hf,.w ;,. u got t
tills spot ?"
P "Oh I merely kept going'" careles.41
"Hum! So dIJ I. We'll br'-k ou
o, necks Oftftfh1i!hg to go straight dowr
Th6ftre flist bN paths and i<# lti toddi
iwe can strike by fketpi)g along HlI
side. That is best. I think. If Ihi
sun would only conio out iand clo,
up thingss"
'"Pshaw! We will have no iroubll
SGo ahead."
S.he spoke In that t(nie of p Hite' ts
ignatlon which hints at hiope of ea.rl
dellvernee from for.-ed escort. Thi
manu stamped, evidently nettled.
"Cold feet?" asked l'Edwina In .:Inl
lated sympathy.
"r a f-w, minutes' t was inut hardI
traveling. The girl pushed on behind
the tall figure, half smiling to het
-thuugbt of annoynlug him. unconscious
ly admiring the broad back and strong
steps of this lately discarded lover.
It had been a bitter quarrel, lasting
about four minutes, with a dogged sl-
lenre worse than words on the part of
the recrenut liiinillion :ind an outpotif-
Ing of recrimiutiuon from Edwina, of
which she-still felt proud.
Mr. Knight had kissed Lillian Carey.
Miss Carey had returned the saluta-
ion with Interest. HIattle Benson had
seen them and promptly reported. Lil-
tlan went to Springfield that evening.
Knight refused to explain, assuming
in air of Injury.
He received his dismissal with a
-ulky snort. The rest of the unhappy
matter went as such things go with
proud hearts-long walks in solitary
Iflilftion -and complete indifference-
axternall-'.
NoW, f trading in Knight's big foot-
steps# the girl's soul rankled at the
necessity of his help. Hie sh'ofi d e
shown his place in her tegd:d at every
opportunity.
It angered her to note her Inability
to go faster. Surely he need not take
such strides. The going was becoming
more fatiging.
Edwina's toes ached; her fingedf-
Were numb; she kept slipping; thel
snow sifted down her neck and blew
In her eyes. Her knees commenced td
wabble. Knight plowed ahead, occa-
sionally halting for the lagging feet,
then striding on.
"Mr. Knight!" Edwina. was three
yards in the rear and breathing fast.
He did not seem to hear.
",Ham!" -
The man stopped. She caught up
and smiled dotefully.
.'. "oe4ti tired?". Jhe tiffen ?"It*.a
trifle rough, and we are among some
mean rocks. I declare, Edwina, I'm
puzzled I"
"No-not lost?"
"Oh, no! I don't know where I am,
that's all. It's nothing, We'll land
somewhere. Say, your teeth are chat-
tering. It can't.be you mind this little
tramp! Brace a bit, and we'll get
over that bowlder."
"Ham-I-never can climb It. I-
I've sort of given out. This-this hor-
rid snow"- The words faltered to a
shaking' whisper and broke in a sob.
"Curse my carelessness!" cried the
man, seizing her hands. "Why, you
are half frozen; child. I'm warm
enough. I'll have to set you right and
be quick about it." He dragged off
her damp gloves.
Edwina was conscious of being rub-
bed. kneaded, shaken, jounced, hugged,
slapped and generally stirred in an
agitating process that presently sent a
glow of warmth through every vein.
She did. not protest. In fact, her
submission to this treatment was
amazingly tractable. Circulation seem-
ed more important than dignity, and,
after all, it was only Ham.
But when he exclaimed, "There,
how's that?" and kissed her she shrank
away in indignant remonstrance.
"How dare you? It was a mean ad-
vantage."
"I forgot. Natta)sy when a ch tM'
has been engaged to a girl' for months
he forgets." His. reply was not apolo-
getic. Edwina frowned severely.
"All that is past," she said. "I'll
hank you to recover your bearings."
"Up we go, then, to the top .of this
*ock .and try for a glimpse over the
trees. It's pretty steep, but not bad
footing. Give me your lIftft fist."
A scramble, a haul, and lf]ey Atood
in a level stone backed by a lnumfl of
granite. Knight steadied her as the'
now eddied about their heads, mock-
ng their straining eyes.
"No use," observed. Hamilton, at-


tempt'fig a Intbfr "Tlie ifest Ican do
Is to wrap you up hi my coat, leave
you in a snug cornet nd dig directly
down to-somewhere.' He began tin.
buttoning his heavy reeter, adding:
"I'll find a house; get help and be right
bWek; AhnA*ef fli t.affs nd be a brave
giri."
Edwina stared at hin in silent dis-
may.
"Before I start, dear," he said husk-
ly, "I'm going to break a solemnd trom-
te. Next *6'ek," 'hie hesitated, then
weitt on Impulsively-"next Wednesday
I could tell. Lillian Carey Is engaged
to my brother Bob-and-that-was-
why I've had some tough days; Ed-
wine."
The girl's armis pached.r" J,.w. W10.
Prleie outlMye lasped her. close,..
his face bent to the nestling bead,- and
ft U long minute both forgot the peril,
the estrangement, everything save the
sudden Joy of understanding.
A rift broke In the clouds. The snow
ceased. A streak of blue sky widened.
Below their perch, only a hundred
yards distant, the highway showed
clearly tn a growing light. wlth dot-
fing houses lifting shining white roofs.
Edwina raised here eyes and blinked
In a dazzling shaft of radiance.
"Ham!" she cried Joyously. "Quick!
Look, dear. The sun has come olut.;"

Why They Moved.
The Bingses, mother and daughter,
had long outstayed their welcome at
their country friend's honse. -ior'e-
oet6, they evinced no sign of going
away nor did the mother seem to be
In any wny affected by the strong
i4nts to go which the overtaxed hostess
threw cut from time to time. Finally; i
forbearance -exhausted, (tft entfeftafn-
er decided to reacb. the mother through
'er daughter. So one day, calling the
Little visitor to her, she said. "Mtatmlef
when do youf expect to go home?"'
"Oh, I'm sure I don't know," was
the careless reply. "We've several
either places to stop at yet."
"Well. when do you go Oe to ti i
fext lace?'
"Cafrlf etff feftl thfeA. dirnd says
It's fhmaterinl to her just Wheti she'll
leave here."
"But, my dear child," exciahneD t4 h
exaspcrat'd host$6is, "d(desnit $oouy
mother reallze how costly 1:v-in is I
the*' day,?" .
"Ohl r.q. ab ko-ns A how deaf t It .
Tbil.'s wy we .ef(he. ctyt." t
"Well. Mnlinle. fi fisit afford to eh-
tertain visitors an ongpr. and I wish l
you' 4tell y ur nmithr ihitat it one!" 0
"Is that nn insult?" rejoined the'
hildl. turhiing himughltilv to thle speaker.
:- w" w .-y hait. t,4A7". ,
"' ,':Pin-l e n-lion \i% 'r-, iIa uil(a l we go
Jn to the next place!"- London Week- P
ly. .- s
ly.
Unanswerable. 0
"Viclous circle" Is a term ofdeh used 8
In the medical world. -An example- of
its psychological use applied to argu-
ment may be found inu Joseph A. Sco-
ville's book. "Old Merchants of New v
York Cit ." if
Tom, toe son of it wealffly aidn, wad ti
I great favorite with all who knew a
him, but he heartily detested business;.
A merchafdi of Newt Yof* Ita'd hired- "
him as a bookkeeper at a high salary. 1 b
Nevertheless Tom got into the flabit tl
of reaching the office later and later, rf
until finally he got there about 2 in b
he afternoon. When this state of af- rl
airs had gone on for a week, the mer-
chant remonstrated.
"But, my dear sir," returned Tom.
faoW* can I come any earlier? I don't ti
get my breakfastt until 1." tl
"But get your breakfast earlier." cC
"How can I? I don't get up till 12." U
"Then get up earlier." I
"Itow can I." pleadd Tom. "when n
don't go to bed" until daylight?" si
In the face of -uch convincing argu-
nent there was nothing to be said.

After thl Honey-toon., tt
He (at a' picture g:ilery--f wonder tr
what that idalnting reJesents? The
'outh and the tm'aiden' arie iW t& tender i
attitude. She-Oh, don't you see? Hieo
as jusk asked her to marry him, and
be Is accepting him. Hn--Ah, holi' *
appropriate the title! She--I dop'f see'
t. He-Why. that card at the bhot- w
om says "Sold." to


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Uncertainty if Lion Hunting.
A lion Is i, .frF- : liannal. r)o f~ot
run away wittl tihi Flo" fhftf i e-is n. t
danp'erous. Yr-t. i i:ii.- hfave lifft o kill
twenty, bLt No. 21 will llkl.y gut youi.
However ,aspfTul aind goMd i Iltot y ou
miy be. ide # t'Pe fe:ifo -t dan ;r ht
taclkling a lion. i Feianaiu'ii Colonel
[I.. holi l.ad lived l:i Afrliha for nlae
rears and during that thue hnd never
.;ern ua lion. and the first liton'he srn*
lie wC.m-:ded andl got lrddI.V auled,
anyijtg to mr: "ITier'. man: you have
been here only sixteen months and
bnite killd five llns. Chuck ir. mad-
while you are I il It.h. Tlhey r boihd
to get you if yoti gai ,Bff tlihLg fhem."
-Forest and Sibeddi.
-. - ,. . ... ........ s -.
o fifthA uf l bib ad
In at the-dor)-3fM's' 1ll:l s. wtHl you
be my wife? I hai- p E.M) and a good
home. I'll give -ou, three minutes tf
make ufi yriir tiwnd.
Mrs. Wilkins (pr ainlitly--I've 3.000
and a better ho?-e tl:nn yours. and I'll
give you three mnilates to get out of
th(is.-Loudon Th-PCh.

ThIE Dril (n ihi ~ir,
The pale, bent workmen. wr1 ifi6dse
of them. drilling costly pearls.. buf
here a man In kid gloves' beifolrmed
the operation of skin Ihig-the opera-
tion of removing a pearl's outer, dis-
colored coat. so as. to give it again It
origflndI ftstetf. And by the' e'dftw
another man shook indfstriot~ ifWed
pearls in a bottle.
"It is a secret of the trade--of the
pearl driller's trade., he said-"this
bottle shaking. You see. in pearl drill-
Ing a drill po1it often tfttks off htt d
pearl, and to get it out fay tf4$f f
whole day's work-that IS, i(tf-ou don'
know the secret.'" "'"T -
He looked closely at the bottom of
the glass dbftk, Mind eIfi', ooa'tfifn-.
his shaking, he resumed: "But if. yon
put your pearl In a bottle and shake
It up the drill point In a few. mnliutes
will fall out of fts ef. A l oi 'lli're's
another oft affredy'. .'be lhh'di wt'i
come olfif nBow. e gtte.

SLhrfirjainbow;
Lunar rainbows re eidotfd ob~.
served in .lthe temniera'ft#. ne. 'ery
likely the physical phenomenon occurs
frequently but Is nvsll)ble because of
the fafntness of the nmoon's,I h(. if
the tropics, where io)nt
ntern c... 1:., 4M Y ffi, ArnpIrcanr,
unar rainbows ar. .. ,--t,,rt'f
)bseryed. Thiey0 ait 'y in" moans rare
at Reunion Island. At till places the
phenomenon is most freqfpnutly seen
.t full moon *ben tlhe io=il* ( labiA #.
highest, but it has been Be phases of the moon Pt was first obh-
served by Arlstofe' .4 lunar r:iinu>lw
Is Wodn'ced & E tfi11 Ofiu by Off- afin'
of the great Victoria fa!l-, of the Yguaa-
u in Brazil.- ,,,. __,

The Dot Over the "i, ..
The small fetfer 'f i -':i ttfm&W
written Wfthout the dot. The dot ,n4
introduced In 'the f(tcrtzi'Vt!'e' 'It ury
o distinguish "'* fl*a oi'e' I'n h'st-y
nd indistinct writing 'IT'li letter "i'-
was oflHtih'id'vy used i-herf' the letterF
j" is 60o* ifolye----f eflsiTi-tid'
between "I" and 'jw" Wa 'ir ,,,li' t*!'
he hbtitch printers at it icomparnttW'1-
ecent date, and the "j" w-s d ecat's' the "I." from wi. h I ft waiy ',C-'
Ived, was *ri'ttten with ra dot,.


The name "blue laws'" 4 n'i'*6/i 4
he first collection of 1-i ws fri'a med.f r
he government of thin New IIny',n
colony. They were.'publilstl-d in Vr-
-ctive form in 165)0. 1h- ohulunme Iel'g
a a blue cover, Io:l'ti -h.uv'e, rise tou' ti
ame that has clung to thi, lawiv.-'F
ace.

H'r Chance. .
"Do you." said the na-t-rf.. "swep-
iat you wll l1i' flfh' tfrith, the wh' 'is
ruth andr"-
"Oh, how Iwovely:" 't'(, la-t wlt*"-'-*
terrupted. "Shall I renllly Ie a( i.',e;
' talk all afternoon if I w 'i to?"

8hd## And Ugly' fJr Kri,
''^'6, sir," si ld1 '1 n t' Pete. "' I
would riot gt6t' another- !ilf)iut' rt, /u'!
Sdem folks,. tey pa.;sed -~ i' t-
tort an' ugly 'bh.r'" "
"What- was It?"
" To "-Washington 8tar.

I6Iope' i@ flatterer, but the matt up. -
ighft of all' paiaslitet, for she frequents
e poor man's hut' as well is thi pal'
:e of his superiors.-Shenstone.


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1ii6, Ieason.
He--Dbi' yovu &#o' a#f i oo6 reason
why *omi* sh *@Mi vOte
She-f6,. I d'o'.
"What is it?"'
"Well, because."--Yonkers States-
man.







M A PI T I E. |py :

-Faslfionable souve i ftf'onial en
veloves embellished with beautiful
Floridasnowy heron, at the Buoy office.
--ciman. Warraey Ieds, new- re-
ised, improved short finm printed on
--, 11oo I.ceno-ap.- 2-5c per dozen : also
blank receipts--10 recepts In a block.
S10 each. at the Buoy office of
-Although his cream is as good as
The Oarp6f erived from the' he best,.IMrr. Mooreb of the Busy Bee
Pouth!B t 29 o'clock. a. im., Iuriday -says he intends to improve it until he
i'd fro Mobile and Pensacola at can feel that be is giving his patrons
l bthe very best that can be made.
Stesi -- handsome letter heads with St.
The steamship o arrived'nd'ews Bay date 1'si e a r views of
rom New Orleans, via. ltyobile and either St11 o'lok Andrews Blum. next Sunday. Thena
Yetiksacola at 2:30 p. ni.; Tuesday.. Vista I'oint, at 8c per dozen; 'alao, map
"I'm one o th ity ones y'r of the St. Andrews Bay country on
I recko,"answr the prisoner. o letersheet at Thec per dre ntzen
grrmped tot stealnd an- umbrella n -Elde. from Barin, G a Primitiye
A~biat 'hate yo or. or our- Baptist oy cainster,now residing at Pan-
Stelf?--a'aied sficl I~ble'e Justile. -"Are ama City, will preaching atern the park
You guilty or not guilty?". at 11 o'clock a. m. next Sunday. The
Th"Im one o' thefollowinguilty ones. yr honor, public, and the young men especially
Smmreckon," answered the prisoner. Thseveral others are arriving by launches
I thbrethead theinfalane of 4d Thomp. ti the tiyted.
son ba 'the bandi'., q ji: Brickley --It was reportol that 500 excursion-
fd cr t tntlde o' the ver.an -A spefromciAlbany, meet Ga., would comtne St. An
t 7 olefook fl a m. as inated Qulmby." down on the tr, Aestesociday; but as
rume e as' t onihuo t in Wlearen, only about 400
R .-stepped faom -the train at the station.
A W8iK', 7 WBATER. Of this number, one-th ird, perhaps
The following table r cord, the max came directly on to St, Andrew theand
mm.21 minimum ahd66 74 ma e enra- several others are arriving by launches
_4t1res'!the rainfall and. di' ftkm of the tCday.
Wid fo th t'wety-n i interested in theet lfare of tne St. An-







frdrews d r here and take a haned
at 7 o'loIok m., as ndated by. spdrewins, mattrusinessMen'scot association twil
ivrumetatYe be fled tonight iit Ware's Hall, at
e, which eil'~'body-womien as well ruas
Par nRlin.'Wind me, oares especially ur1eu to be p*s-
Maye. :. .19 85 b5 75 .8t i fltrAs matters of paramount import-
."n 20 8 67 .74 w ance are expectedwto come before the
21 82 66 74 0 w meeting for consideration, everyone
S 22 82 67 74 .0 sewintorestedin the welfare of St. An-
S 2 86 6 75 drew soPeople ld be youthful hereat 80and take a hand
? 25 7 6 .64 7 -Foi bedroobi) sites, iron beds
S.....'83 ['65 74I 4.0 I: springs, mattrosseh, cots. extension ta-
Av""f 1521' Y"e bles... sideboard, chiffoniers, chairs,
Win. Parr--England's oldest man-- bokers, child's Chairs, mattings, rugs.
Mliarried the third time at 120, worked floor oilcloths, roller shades, refriger-
i tie 'fields' at l3" n'd Wved 20er atorj.,, kitchen safes,, cooking stoves,
ngf*.- People should be youthful at 80 sewing machines, nusica1 ihitruments
Jas. Wrkfit, of S'purlock, Ky., shows hammocks, lawn chairs, go-carts, etc.
how to remain your. "I feel just ise the largest assortment of house fur-
hw J to -remoai. bo I'Ihe f i te el jus er.j nishings on St. Andrews Bay, go to A.
... 1er. -lot.e" ;of lectrc .Bi tters. H. Brake, St: Andrews, Fla.
:,lkiog siy 1otaleg :of electric c Bitters.
For thirty 'years kidney troubles made During the storm of last Tuesday
life a burden, but the first bottle of this morning the residence of Mis. M Clark-
wonderful medicineconvinced me Ihad son was strnck by lightning, con sider-
ffouni' th0 greatest c:"re on earth," able damage resulting. While' Mrs. C.
They're a godsend to weak, sickly run- felt the shock sufficiently to have pre-
down or old people. Try them. 50c. at ferred to have been elsewhere, the vls-
:A .0. Brake's.* ble damage was apparent only upon
the exterior of the building, quite a
PeT.le Justice. large opening being torn in the roof
1A f fff tWhose goul had been tortured and the front porch getting a pretty
frequently by the remarks of his wife. thorough ripping up; but fortunatlyno
*h6 t:!tes n f'pHllh doilght in setting thorough rippin up; but fortunatly no
a prlce on the h.af&4o iP ijotbes ro fin re accompanied the bolt.
"'r other women one day found sweet -There should be no conflietine in"
,* cinfort :I, the I':nut:u'a comment of terest between any other point on tbhe
cOWnn .i cpw-t( (ar. Bay and St. Andrews and its th- worst
Io. "th U sh.it..sth .~ir,,ng other p(8sible policy to attempt to hoid bauk
rowunu.. 'the rit l<.k.wa" ..n and belittle one point expecting some
rut Ita cLheap. It cculhfu'l have cost
t It cheap. I l he cost other' point to be the gainer thereby.
a cent more t:.hn "J..
STherenpon ald theI man to l~t wi e: St. jAndrews-is and filways has been
"Why do you lwi~-s pr h out 'the ready to join hands in friendship for
.most expensive clothes for especial no- the promotion of any point o-i the Bay.
tice? WThy don't you -i a(t some. But it most respectfully declines to be
thing eheat'once In' wlhie? There the cats-paw to draw the chestnuts on t
are cheap things worn. There is a of the fire for &9y lad, speculating
hat n th very car that cost only of the fire forration. speculating
The woman just behind us pointed It scheme or corporation.
out a mnlte ang." '" -' -On Thursday night, the 20th inst.,
"'Wll'4ald iis wife. "you are the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes,
Ssttf pers6D on earth who ought to feel on LoralIne avenue, corner of Chestnut
proud oft'-t. It was me she was talk- st., the interesting ceremony uniting
ntog aout."-New York Times. Mr. C. H. Casey of St. Andre.vs and,
,...- Miss Louisa Hildegardo of ChObjcago in
SOld Enil.htnt Olas potash the bonds of 'wodltOk' were dtily cele-
S ,gre lntro led Into the consttue ptas' brated, Rey. C. L. Joyner officiating.
of the glass whlch In 1678 is de- 'he wedding was a very quiet one2
aerlbed as being cleat, heavy and thick only the contracting parties, the par-.
crystal. son and attending witnesses being pres-
A great Impets was gIen to the eat. The Bunoy extends congralula
manueattom wbea the:edlct of Nantes lions and invokes the blessing of su-
ance. Many ofve them klle artisans g- preine happiness to be with them thru
tand, and the fame of British glass life.
s aew until It .was considered superior o.. Knowing.
tO that of Bohemia. ',, -- ""Does he know much?"
S.V'om.lT86 to about 1761 we hive, "Wll. he' not only knows that he
t:t.few particulars. Then Michael Ed- doesn't know much. but he knows
kins, formerly a potter, became prom- enough to keep others from knowing
Inent as a maker of the highest class it"-Judge.
of enameled glass, which has become


very scarce. It has an opaque white The Unfeeling World.
body, beautifully painted Inr enamel '`Did you ever'feel that the world
Colors with figures, flowers, etc. Ih was against you?"
ft t. It Imuh resembles a glassy porce- "Sure. I felt it this morfnng'when I
lain., It IS getting scare. too. and fin& slipped on the sidownlk."-Pittsburg
pieceis"are 'hcreasing In value.-Lotndon" bsOI ver.:
O ptiilo ,: : ..
,, e y "-As we grow l,~s young the aged
S, Poine Geometry grow less old. Bacon.
v, en-yeqar-old- Willian had become
,t .oid owner of a pet pig and In- '. *- ,
seated upona haehg all the care of it Smashes All Records.
Shimself. After t''ftew weeks, as the As an all-around laxative tonic and
7 'psg dd not seem .B thrive. bht father health-builder no.other. pill can corn- -]
Sto i :. .. pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
"William, I'm afrraid you are no They tone and regulate stomach, liver
; 'f S 'y eO pig eToug ...It.does not ..
'. e uto be fattening at all.. and kidneys, purify the blood, streng-
S ;don't want him to tn any then the nerves; cure constipation. dys-
Yet,'*w0htiam replied knowingly. "I'm pep, a, biliousness, jaundice headache,
waiting u.'til h*e gfs to,be as long as chills and malaria. Try them. 25c. at
I want him, thl-erIl begin to -widen A.H. Brake's.


BNK OF ST. ANDRE WS.
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CAPITAL STOCK, -1 $15i00.O


J-,. IUSmmoM President, iLO(. ier.

0H o1 CT RS, R -
'J. H. DRUMMOND,
Judge L. J. REEVES. -
T. A. JENNINGS,
C. -. DUNN. .
SW.. H.' MILTON
L.- M. WARE
BUT(J)CK. K .. .


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PACTS FOR
PANAMA CITY PEOPLE.
TO PONDER OVER.
At the regular meeting' of the
Busifiess Men of St. Andrews held
in Ware's Hall on the 20th inst.,
there was considerable discussion
regarding the attitude of Repre-,
sentative R. L. McKenzie, Mr. A.)
J. Gay of Panama City and G. M.
West, editor of the Panama Cityt
Pilot.
A committee consisting of Dr.
W.. G. Mitchell and Mr. J. H. Drum-
mond was appointed and instructed
to prepare resolutions )rotesting
against the action of these parties,
for. reasons hereafter set forth in
part, such resolutions to be adopt-
ed at the next regular meeting of
the Association and sent to all the
local papers in Washington county,
to the. Times-Courier at Marianna,
the Pensacola Journal; Pensacola
DailyNews, Morning News, Talla-
hassee, and the Florida Times-
Union. *
It was stated at the meeting
that, on account of the dchoolhouse
at this place having been destroyed
by fire, leaving the town without a
school building of any description,
and not having sufficient funds
available for the construction of a
suitable building for school pur
poses that, it was deemed advisable
to bond the town -for a sufficient
amount for the purpose.. And in
order to make the issue, and sale of
bonds easier and to obtain the
highest market value for the:bonds
it was thought it would be well to
have a bill passed by the legisla-
ture declaring the incorporation of
the town of St. Andrews legal and
the present officers the duly elect-
ed officers of the town; or words to
that effect. The assertion in the
Pilot that the people of St. An-
drews knew their incorporation was
not legal, was without a shadow of
foundation, for the best legal talent
in the state had been retained and
every step taken towards incorpo-
ration was strictly according to law
This bill was introduced in the


Las invested,.
ity. but' ,s
is less than hbh
the o1. St.
changed to S
Ceqe stood, an
the present '"


of St. Andre
cause for com.
As regards
Mr. Gay own:
part of 31, tJ
ter informed.'
there are abo
two sections
thousands, of
over the couni
feet title to a
of the land, a&
to take out tai
i ing notice' reqi
vertising t1 4i
notice o.
uot be fa' '
-and the: iecbrds
doubt Mr. GAy
has no title wha
able portioni.f
though the knd
by forties &Ad
dreds ol lanfful
deprived of thi
nothing tq' pr
owners fromf t
their property
the same b pro
and mnakin thl
andthe rigS aol
Furtherml t

suit:isn ho0 pe
heirs o6f 7t.-Ga
settuig uiIe
uer, ,A MN Oi.a
money to "pure
other l 1 4ds '
Gay be made t
eys received f
and turpentine
tnr~n over to -t
the land' pu'fct
ter's. money anc
has been 'called
has beedi,po'bj
porati onon onte
heirs, < who clini
right to the .loi


Senate by Buell Cook, Senator from Agaih jt -it
this district and passed without op- ti.mie tht ton
position, and Representative R. L.,
McKenzie introduced a similar town that h-1
measure in the' House. allowed it nbmoreler. rr
to be favorably reported by the as includen d
House committee and passed to special tax secqF
second reading, and now, when it in more land w'as'
too late to ask for a hearing before of St. Andrew
the committee to whom it was re- upon Mr. Gay'$
ferred, and after a favorable report,, extent; also" til
and without notice to citizens rep- Mr. McKenzie;
resenting the best interests of St. for the line to g
Andrews, or giving them an oppor- pile, more than
tunity to be heard before any corn- east of the, est
mittee, it appears that it is his in- and when Mr.
tension' to prevent the pamsage of candidfAe, '9wii
-this bill, and when asked squarely he (Mr.. McKen
to state whether or not he intended Mr. Gay are mrti
to get the bill through, stated that Coas Developnhi
a protest had been filed against the tiun wIicIt, htii
passage of the bill;, .but. refused to ing to "toom,.Pa
give the names of the parties that sociated withvett
signed the petition other than Mr, peare unifden.
Gay, a resident of Panama City. St. Andrews, V
As there were but three votes it v w by .
cast .against the incorporation ofzens how
this town, and it is not believed hmself in publi
that any of' the three who voted with the people(
against incorporation would sign consequence o
.,. ., e ceived acliea
such a petition it seems tobe the- I i-9
general opinion that no reputable pr .n .
citizen of St. Andrews signed such pledge. Wi
.... ..... .,to himtAnd
such a petition, with the possible knows .
exception of the editor of the Pan- ,knows
takentfrom him
ama City Pilot, Mr. G. M. West takenfrt :ha
i- "- i. next hiahest ca
who has shown that he is very un- n dl)- i A-
friendly to the interests of the r -. -.a
town of St. Andrews, as numerous he legislat
articles in his paper plainly show, now remain
in fact too numerous to mention will repress
here; but in regard .to recent pub- a cmi-i-u
location, exception is taken to the to beth .
statements made in the Panama to b t r
City Pilot that the incorporation of men and
resentativ
the town was unfair and that too reelnit
much territory was taken in- the to attem
struction? r
corporate limits; also to the-state- ',- c "i r,
ment that th.e Gulf Coas~t Dvepp- drews, 'e y
ment Company owns 260 acres %f devep E
and in the town and- that A.JJ. Sri"oU
y is the: owner. of all of section wherp. T
30 and part of section 31 tp., .-, ysQ
range 14w. It may b rthat' acti n oief b
under tax deeds ff Gulf Coast l cKnsie be
Development Cd. claims to own 260 .. hnce' :-..
acres, wh'idh incildes:a cemetery ' n
ised before the'-4r .d was not -, 1 t O
subject tt s4ig fr taxes and has v'lopmen St
f other indiv" 1
invested in the same at the rate of t "e
,out, $S.50 per acre for the most ests know..o .
ari 'and it as. admitted to be a the best,"
act that the tax on all of this land fy' while -
n St. Andrew-i, assessed in ie siderati .
f townor
ame valuation as given in t6 the tow ..
ountv amounts to sonuti. afwh+ P. .ese .


. that-this company ing the real interest Oof the place
-ailv in. I Lanat at heart. 01. An Gu
land on the south If further facts are needed to STEAMSHIP C M P A N
i'9 ,roH frair where establish.St. Andrews' demand for
-dres Bay. (now fair treatment, enough are reserved T EA H P
Andrews) postoffice :t meet all requirements .
is within a mile of Queer Caies of J.it ilk.
on the west, A well known novelist was once jilt-
4ib d' ed by girll who took exception to the T A-
phTed in pat .at landequate punishment meted out to ,
inifl Old Town of ne of his fiettious villains. She de-W- 0 W.
.'-tre is no' just elared thbt as he regarded vice with' SCHEDULE.
i- so lefileni anfi eye he must himself br LEAVE GOING SOUT'IJ. ARRIVE..
at heart'-'reprobxtte and nuworthy Of Tuesday, 8:30 pmin. Pensacola. ARRIV.
e statement that true love and that. she must request Wednesday, 4:00 p. St. Andre Wedneda m
of sectio30 and that their acqualittancc? cease. Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. anama City, Wednesday, 0:00 a.. I':.
o sehion b An e'th ifut ?aiyer in his younger Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. 0 Millville,, Wed0nesday 10:00 .
lot should be bet- days met with i istaliPIa mishap. The ThurSday, 9:00 a. m.. Apalachicola,. T'husday. 6:00 a.m.
must know that lady to whom he was engaged. ch.n- Monday, 6:00 p. marrbelle. Thursy, 12:00 on
,90 ot it Ing to hear that he hlad delivered a Monday, 6:00 p. m Mobile. Monda-, 6:0o a. m.:
,00 lots in those mo skful though futile speech in LEAVE. GOING 1CORT||. ARIVE,.
huuffdreds, it not .defense of an arrant vogue, wrote, Thursday, 3:00 n. Carrabelle.
Scattered ll saying that she must deln to know Friday, 11:30 a.m. Andrew. Friday, 2:0( a .:
rs. scattered all saylug she ust e(le to know Friday, 11:00 a. m.- Panama City Friday, 2 .
that av per- oie who could thus strive to specious- Friday, 10:00 a. m. Mi aville Friday, .12 m
That hav per- ly excuse crime. In return he pleaded Fday,1000 a .m Fe'idav.- t.:3
usiderable portion the exigencies of the profession, but In Pensacola. Fr'idav I1
if anyone e esfit vain. The lady was obdurate and soon VPA.SSE! G-E R.A.T-iS.
eds without gav- n afterward, by the strange )rony of Pensacola to St. Andrew a td.*$illvilre:. 5.00.
eds Without gi- fate. mnarrl d a mao who was ulti- Pensacola to Apfilahicola ahd (Cariahellt,-.$7.50.
'd by law by ad- mately convicted of gross fraud, n'a''- St. Andrew and Millville to Apallacli'eolta, .66.
aendgi v ly through the forensic eloquence of P'ensaola to Mobile, $2.50.
hee.ad glve.no her former lover. rhe abovo rates include meals and berths. J. R. AUNDEISK,
&WVa- H. 'T. MORRISON, Gen't Frei. t and Pass. Aet. ,Preident.
inmu 'o a -,0v M-Pi"- SSmall Johnny had been ,iu for e'-'
; plainly show, as no eral weeks when one day an aunt from J NO. R. 'THOMPSO'N. C.L. JOYNEI
will admit that he a distance came to visit the .fanriffy. .L.TJOYN E.
atever to a consider- "Why. Johnny." she .exclaimed, "how
thin yon are! Have you been sick?"
,this 'land, and al- "Yes'm." replied the Ifttle fellow. I J OI II P
d'has been assessed had the brain fever and right in my f 1
'sections and hun- head, too, the very worst placee I could
owners temporarily aft The ad It." Ar
leir rights, there is 0[tt uo k idnes 0Ar
event such lawful '- 'Weakened by Over-WorLk. I 3ry O O C
making possession of Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. A F ETT nnnE n nf 1fl
and' of protecting Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re
secuting trespassers sponsiblelor much sickness and suffering,Dr-
tera respect the law.._ therefore, if kidney
frope y of others. trouble is permitted to
ren e e f continue, serious re- ,
tor the information sults are most likely .
n besaidtat a tofollow. Yourother ul L ine Furniture
organs may need at-
nding, filed by the 4entionsbut ybur Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and FeeI' y
t's deceaed partner they do most ,and Pstoflice on the Bay.
claim that the part- should have attention
frihed p first. Therefore, when
irter furnished the your kidneys are weak or out of order,
hase this land with om' can tnderstandhow quicklyyouren- L. E. WARE. OTWAY WARE, J H. DRUMMOND
tire body is affected and how every organ
Id asking that Mr. seems to fail to do its duty.
o account for mon- ,If you are sick or "fee badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
rom lands, timber Kilmer's Swamp-Root. A trial will con- t
rights aodand to v ic you of it re at merit.
rights sold,oande o The mildc fiqi immediate effect af 6
he heirs' one-half of Sw4amp-oot, the great kidnuty ind .
asked 'ith rM. Car- bladder remedy, is soon realized. It THOROUCHLY REORCANIZED
stnds the highecstbecause itsremarkable
Although attention health restoring propertit3 havre been ./ r IN G PO ST M A NAG E
t far thr proven in thousands of the most distress- H I ,
to it.. so far there ng cases. If you need a medicine yotu
section t9 the incor- should have the best. HE A D Q V A RT E R FOR
part. of the Carter Sold by druggists in
fifty-cent and one-dol- E s el :J Aft
m to have as much lar sizcs. You, may A I
das Mr. Gay. have a sample bottle
d as Mr. Ga. by' mail free, also aG
t ta, t the pamphlet telling', yO t oH om eA I lamp-P.,
ears that at the find out if you have kidney or
was, incorporated, bladder trouble. Mention this paper
tp- a '- when writing to Dr. Kilmier.- & Co., .
- to citizens of the Binghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mis-
ha I no objection if take, but remember the name, Swamp. rre s 4
Root, and don't let a dealer sell you
ry was takt:n in thall something in place of Swamp-Root-if
n the St.. Andrews you do y6n -'ill be disappointed.
el district and as no The Kaffeeklatsch. X L J -
aken in, the citizens The difference between a Z o'clock
tea and a Germau Kaffeeklatsch T eP NO Dismis
,9 naturally relied normo. The tea is a Ppleasant NEER STORE Bugo-es
'statement, to some as-y7o-please meeting, where we bal-
estatement made by anc' our teacups, in "Iand perilously Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe late 1. M. WaIe
at he ws killing handicappedby.ur multtudinus pos- now thoroughly Reorganized under New danagcmeni
d as faroas'the slab er on which a t 'op heavy plee of cake Solicits the Patr(nage of Old Patrh ns
a quarter of a mile finds an Insecure resting i'hce. We
ablished boundary, a enjoy .ariety of .t, con- of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
McKenzie became a festive occasions. Wel g rantees f f and courteous treatment
Sto th- fact that Not so the e erman K.ffecklatsch, to all. .
to1 the-facttht That is n ponderous affair which you "---
ei') Mr.. West and t1l sttn'-'at-atbhles: ('bife natd sd We Pay, the Freight ," all oo,,,,' *.y'e,, PFInr. 1.ft! and
tihbers of the Gulf v'orIes mark thie beginning of tte nmeai Fa, t-, aot'v _..t! |]i ,n *(e ,o .. ... ...-
ent Co., a corpora- followed by nunumerhes.. eikes which ... .. .. .
[.iand is attempt- nalwe. Tteis i s- followed by. SO UK* -.
n.na City, and as- ereanm preparation er a Iwautlfl .t ",..: ..:;
ers that have ap, vie made Iu TIls l a i'n Is buct *
Aers that have ap-' needed by the ,",r^,^ fruis W-m on
ly to the town of The KnffelIkhn"s. t eanwhIle sft I W.Ill
Mlr. McKenzie was burwlv pl,'ln-r tra tr' .There.s .. .l*V i
>ome prominent cit- .e tkh rprihn feel t ras wh tch d .Women, worn and tired from overwork, needa I
n and he .pged .Thank ort- thn. k you. h"ess mine tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessnesswill
Drint to deal fail nor mre cu. than nie.- not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of
of tt. Andrews, i.n o Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and


w.iLhi pMidge-he re- The r=irT-, ,:un:es. weaknesses of women. Thousands of onmen have
ly the solid vote of In some years steans appearr to be tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great
ch without the yare i, ot t.t , "tw, benefit it has been to them. Try it-don't exp ent
o0have been given but in dozens, huntiw,: -t;gether In -use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.
NMr.'.McKenzie well nmalll ,packs. Thin late E T. .,oth of
d g., e t .eh '" ,,righton, when l heootin in .Ea.qt
I atnose votes. been Lothinn ore a EnIni. n et d 1 k
and given to the ,-te-its which :ettack,d i teri'r iie h:u 1
,1tdiiate he would ith lhim frd wun'd nwottet'It-'. duVi-n or AK
k i '. .. "'. until he and the do, i ,','teu the
fjg his seat in had .,td mnnr t'Iwn a .florida. And it will liun t,,gto wr frrom .ent fw--d I,
be seen. whether he ull cry like an pack of hounds,. on t. 1a : as
i..'i,.,' peo,,'- ways eeping the line' ;id. f(,l'rd Thie W U/am Qa--' ToFn--i-- "
ir'-the people 'of closely-by the others. This r-'l;iht han Iopic V
L est interests of been .recorded by CdTlcrent cl.scrvers .... e a "a .' : *."e. r a. ""f'B d
-,vhat may sooe who have aoa seen w t u.t in, 11 Rena ar' qfPiercp, Fla., tri.d Car an aftta .83
.., .ni.y se the same wny. There y i: Im:"nr no wrote: "I was a.sifferer from all sorts of female trouble, had
of one or two tion in the west of Eng !n'd tI t.f. hare:: pain inrmy side andle s I could not sleep, had shortness of breath.
oaton, whose rep- are hunted at unght ly p'l' ks of little "I suffered,for yr, until my husband insisted on my tCI
to veinterfered fairy ho6ubds. locally cil'"ed "daudy Cardui. ThY iY'lt tott avre reliefand now I am aImQ6t
dto.haveinterfered g. 'nd theseBnre saId t' Ie n 1 Tr1 4C1p l.
oaVent the con- sels, which the west t,;intry folks calenl A R T
joad to St. An- "fairies." pr.nouncing the word AT A- DR G STORES .
"o vary" ard 'yalr." Some of them de
fearing that the clare thqt th- mura green mnd watched
St. Andrews would the chQi wi.'r nwe.-London Graphic ..
r prospects sise- ... Ask for Allen's Foot Ease, minous.
i-.undoubtedly .be Preser-e ryor jiu"t relations to other Apowder-for swollen. tired, ,ot. smn.t- W'rerI Julia, Mrs. Blank's maid -df nil
,rpade against the ,S%. TitnfW .. ndut does not affect ig Teet. Sample Prep. Also Free S tmn work, came to he mnistrels amnd fave
rtes and of r l r dts.-Enleten pie of the Foot-nEse d'aitary Corn- notkie" because gs t Was going to L
S,. an of r- -Mrr .....- Pad, a new invention, Address Allen .'arrled, Mrs. B.tnk said:
0ig in any wAy iV _I S Olmsted LeRy, N. Y. -' "Yo know. Jufrfa:. fight i tmrlr-g toi a
r'Ued by parqjes r licicr u I pretty seriois thi g.h ;
shown aHd 6- Ir.Jci-h euldings. Y"Yes't," replied Julia. **but Pi. tt-
t aio wn a '' 1 WJ tIr Probaibly nrt ne out of every 10.000 tln' marred is a maro serious '(ing
1 growtht a- de-' imniii( stjj.:iun- In -all parts o"f he som.etnimees, on'r yoV fitnk? An4bow.
t ws to fur- 1 I Iand Luiit m.drn aisdns It'il be as sorftos for timu a.s it I. for
r a-te inter- tin. Nobody viil e stndiu 'O years tence'. l\'e me if we don't git along all rtiht nugt
r at' e in t-cln .obnoevexerty -do uot know h,,w to pit ones ind then, as yout say. gittin' married 8
agonistic to ienstospeiaz are'po bri'hks tc.rtthi.r as the ancients l,'did. about the1 sprltiast' plepe of ltzness n
Scorm uni- ~ and vegetable seeds. In 52 ycar we aud nave become-experts. Sew Ferry's raise 'n"ii mire reall t foolart' me"b "' he' u .
.tteor no con- *Sedsandreap tresuMts ocur. arse ,Wldayf ,,re rpitlv ntee tl,,- fool aou cnebbe; he.s ...bg -r W.
t,.e or no on- I or sale everywhere. Rea our e',S porary structures and will he, if ruins There's no teHis'. If's a turriblie so.
di.welfare of the Senr r by rien'" When thle iincnt buildings of (,rt*ee emn thing,, as I reckon you've fEItl
s and the ex-' D. M.FERRY CO., CETRuiTrmi, and. E --t~f bifTt thvi :an-ds of years out by this time. Like enottgh Il sip
the citizens hav- ago. are i: as good, ('ondlth.i as tlivy sorrow, but so will .he. That's one
t'the citizensnhyt nhra ---. S-..--i.. w n-


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ST. ANDR EW&
PRICd k CURRENT
-OCERIES.
Sugar, l Ib Tea, per 11
Granulated ..., 1-4 He No ......... s
Goffee, Gunpowder .... 40
Green ...... A 20 Uncol'd Jap .40-6
Arbuckle.... .tb 20 Cond milk per cat
ginger Snaps .... o10 Unsweetn' .... to
Crackers' soda -. o Sweetenedt ... ..
Tobacco: phig ..3 t05o Baking Powder
Raisins, Royal .. .. ... 5
London layers.. 15 Camptell d... t<
Valencia... *;.. 10 Canned fruit
kirce ........64 to 8 Peaches ...... oa2o
Apples .. Tom toes .... to-15
Evaporated .. .. 10 Apples ....... ic
Driqd Peaches.. 10 Pears ......... x
Coal Oil pr gal . 20 Plunaw ......... Ic
Gasoline ........ 20 AftPicot .. .o-2c
Florida Syrup .... 50o Sto-wberries 10 toi5
Honey ........ 1to PineaiYple .. 10-20
Viner ......... 30 Canned meals
Ghes r tb ...... 2o RoastBeef ..... 15
Butter ........ 35-40 Corned Beef .... 15
aleomargerite ... 18 Chipped Beef ... 15
Lard ........ 10to 3 Lobster ..,. to& 15
Beans ............ 6 Salmon..... xoati5
Cocoanut pkg .... 1o Canned vegetables
...l .Baked Beans ..stoo
i..Juice -~ ..S ...... orn..:., 45.o. ioatl5
Eggs pr doz. ..... 25 Peas. ........... to
Pumpkin ...... to
PROVISIONSi
lour Pork
StarofS'th %, 3.2g5 D. S.,9r tb ...t. t
Obesk ....... 3.40 BcotiSides .... 12
C Gin Meal pr.bui.t, oo Fresh ........ 8aio
SOat Meal pr tb .... 0o Br'kfst Bac'n 16-22
Corn Vr bt ...... I.0o Ham can#'s'd .. r6
Potatoes Shoutlders ..... t.
Irish ...... ..40 Beef
Early R'se seed .. 1.8o Corned ........ 8
Sweet. .e.. 75 to .o00 Fresh ... .. ioto015
fa't'pr sack .... .oo00 Dried ......... 25
fable ......... 5 Milk pr qt. ..... to
HARDWARE.
Nails pr tb..... 4a Ax, with handle ... .0oo
Galv wire do ..: 718 Hoes, each . 3s5a5
Manilla rope ... 12:18 Copper paint, can... 6o
Stoves; cook .$8a$25 Linseed oil, gl. 55a6o
Pipe pr joint ... 15
DRY GOODS.
Prints pr yd .... 6a7 Checks ....... 6to 8
St eetfngs ....... 5a9 Flannel ........ 15a4o
Mlslin ........ 9.a i Thread per spool ..
Jeens ......... 5a45 Shoes, ladies...:
... -$t .75, $400
Men's .$t.4o a4.oo
MISCEL aANEOUS. i
hay pr cwt ..... 1.25' Oats pr b j ..... 75
Bran .......... 1.7o Brick pr- a ... 13.o00
SRope Sisal ....... 7a9 Lime pr bbl .... t.5
S FRUIT and NUTS'.
Oranges per doz.'.. 30 ,. ecans pr tb. 15
Apples ........... a6 Walnuts .. .. ... 20
Lemons ............ 30 Almoids ...... 15
OYSTERS.
Inshellprt,ooo... 2.oo Upened pr ct ..... 20
: .... LIV STOCK.
ers ..... $5o so Cows ...... 425 to $50
Malles ....... 5oa$175 Hogs ........ $3to$6
Oxeni pr yoke .... $65 Sheep ............ $2
hcn POULTRY.
Chickens each .. 40o5o Geese each ... 45a5o
rurkeys ... 9oaL: 50o Ducks .... .. 25a5o
.Presh Salt
AMulletlpr doz ... 5 Mullet pr bbl 6.50.
Trout ......... 25 Trout ... .... .6. 50
Poipanipr b.. to Potiniani ;..o.oo
Sturgeon .... 6. 16 Mtacketel o. . 8.oo
LUMBER.
Flowing Ceiling
Heart Per n.... $ 4.o0o eart, per n ... 44. oo
Faoe ...... 12.00 Face .. 12.oo0
Sap ...... 10.00 Sap o.. 1.00
Drop Siding 4la'poards
rieart faceprm $.oo 'xirr lr m $2.00
Sap. "... xo.oo F1 istbng Ihm-
Buff lumber ...s8 at i 2 b d ., $12a$i5
Heart shingles.'. 2.50 Lath. pr m ..... 2.00
Bap ....s 1.50 Ho lumber,
; dessd .... $20


%v offer one H111 _1", NHa to w .I
or alny case ofr C01tarltih l that tCail. lIe
cured lhy Hall's Cali;,1',r.h (l 't're.'
'. .1. I KN K Y&CO.. I'roy s., To)edo,O.
We the undersigned, have know F'. J
Olfenitcy for (he last I 5.years, avid leliei.) ,
aimi port'ully huoiiora tle ;n all lbusineres
traittHiti tiont awdli tii.utnt i:illy A.lle to carryT
a.it UInI v olfhga'ti.os Iniade ltv theli firn.
WeI st & 'ra.ux, Wholeliale D uggistls,
( d Told((I 0 ,
^V.Ildin ;., Ki pan & Mnrtin,
W holeile.I)riskists, T'iledlo, O.
Halt'S'Ohta'rrlh tire is tskeun inte rfally.
cling directly utpo:. thie llood and niuc
o1ia tirfaces of the sttlyein. Price, 75c
SperIrlot(tle. 'Sold hIv all ~lrggitsl.''
Ttke dAi F l' 0 -ail v 1'ills for ,'Mtitipat-
tion
Thero Was Somethln.o ihto ;
In a bnrlo r's shop" the ntlH'r-day I
< t a min for whoil Ift e Al srry-n-ot
+ .we ed n6 ayn pufftvf' frai the
*"ffl ilm '* Av ll to do nit. hi' hivitg Inth. lIn.ril'.e ;s
afTalrs, uit I fil o rry frt lIilii be.-
"ause of w tt hbe w".as Ip \i A lInr
S,,t br w*VI tttrtg i;,i Iitr H' hnyv
,Jing hi, left hI t'd atis'li fd 'E l "hl:
'ftgh.t hund h' hIehil nae vp-jta'f. II'
ma khtie ta ln-:t r. ra'd a fifi'tVr w,\.
v';Inng hi shlioes Tunf f! tu l r;e:' ,
Inu: a new1)'Tp'r. Thr"e I.-friffs wer,
1 Utv waititig ,,?) hip hiiti.ilt hit (fiwr IMst
.to pleanse him. antii h, ij'uik h;b itVlohu.z-
r the j<,y Winj 'i p. ,piiorrint.vitaffurder "
hhn. ,.nr; ^')i S,^',

What's In a. Npttfe.
S Tillkin. of ti"- iaih,. .lt'i la, sia'i

li i.et.l iOde one" .' 'lir w'*j a dhii,'th
t!-.r f il rt it.,u ,l le'h i a litll(
rrmmti lll. r.lirititItani |t \Ir ll (er
i; lI.' \V1ld'.lI<',:e i .p rit' tv ISame.
*Jit. "l->s. th, ,'ld metaii wits .ti fatirsee


j wstkolowski. -Now. ~jyQw-gtr* a fel-
low worl.mnman mvaw dtiwn tin am iiall,
1111% 'hap always stt~~.'biti
,0 -Ie thinks they 31'e:Aming bull.
--Yes. thebre's at good af 4 ,
Lo,4ndon Seratps.


that "a certyre gentleman f f:arge es-
.vtes" r(ode "thirty and tlh'ree mile"
yond rhe T; nie to prove t hIs won-
j'rfaul story.' It Is further relate t m t S.r .1 Rowers ido;ptcd tenl of the
;ons ;u', t'hr',e othrir "inut'ed gerthle-
:nen" took ten oleact, iT# remainting
:iIeml,'r< of the xtrtaordtnO:i'y filly
were ibrtgl t utp by) tie ph irlnt'L. .
,. .., -.. [
C- 1.' t.
Peautit It Widow-1)o yop know. I'm
f el' r .M'da n you tire ,.MT';t twenty I
nevpr believe more th'1a half of what
I hear.

paturate ycur-elf. wfth the phltoco-
phy of optimlsit. It softens the" kiks8
and takes the jar off the bumips.--Do- "
tr't-t FPro^ Prps.


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A COLI4 M..NAGE.1FAXIP1V'ENT/I

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'Satta 4*,tio.n. Guarainteed.,

Ak- T.I MC SWEEK Manager,


How to Prove Coins.
the lady bebhnd the counter at one
of the London stores wrote out the
bill for my purchases on a little mani-
folding book, which reproduced her
writing by means of a carbon paper on
the page below. Then she took the
half sovereign I tendered In payment
and. placing It on the upper page
pressed It hard down with her thumb i
I asked the reason. "We have in'strate-
tions," she explained, "to take' the im-
pression' of ahy coin received fy means
of the catrbon paper in the, book. See
(turning to the duplicate of my bill);
there's; the Impression of yot 'r half
soverefgl. You couldn't very well
thlosf you'd given me a sovereign
after seeing that, could you? You'd be
surprised," she said, "how .often we-
have to show our books to people to,
convince them tWe've not made a mis-
take."-Manchester Guardian.

Out of Line.
An enlisted man at the post at Fort
Leavenworth was ordered to the range
for the first time for target drill. Out
of twenty-one chances the newcomer
made never a hit.
"Oh.. yea'o dul!" exclhtiled st officer
sta'ndThg sear.' "Yourve, a-issed the tar-
get every time! What's; tfe mutter?"
"Well, sir," answered the rOcruit noni.
chalantly, "the- onTy reason I camn tliank
of at present is thls the perAon, who'
set up my .target hasn't place it to1 a
straight line from here:"

In Spit* of It.
Mother-And, when he proposed did
yoU tell him to see me? Daughter-
Yes, mamma, and he said he'd seen
you several times, but he wanted to
ffmarry me just the same.-Sphinx.

Whosoever hath nobly yielded to ne-
cessity I boM lhim wise, and he know-
eth the things of ods.-Euripides.


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A Thrifty Wife.
A careful, prudent wife sla a blessing
to a manll. "esprt ihiI., t ; a pox.r iann
but sone wivetV aIe ;I 'i.le t,( cii efu
S Lor I llunl's liei \v;:s so14 wt' l::
':tr.- ;Is Ilht si'vaa ln Litgla;d N!
Sa -Il.p z ts .aIs y oV ,a), .;i lf hlt lh).g ;:IT
. tred to the tot(try for a few week
toward the i'tid of the tseas to, vwhenr
We was In the habit of riding a little
Welsh pony, for wljich he gave 50 shil
lngs. One inoinplug his lordship, in-
-tending to enjoy a few hours" sport.
-rdered Bob to be saddled. Lady El-
'on obie4ted, but as company was
I.prtaent gave no reason. In a few mo-
M ments. however, the servant opened
) Ie' df)tr i .d announced that Bob was
b eady,
5 ""'f.y. bless- me." exelnlmed- her lady-
0 hip. youngn can't ride fhir. Lord Eldon'
n Ie ha:s tho slahoos o)'."
I "es. c I lidy, he w.-ft sic d this
week.'" I" il'fi sefvant.
0 "S.qnnli!-" exclaimed hbet lhd'ysf 4p.
"How ( ,-. nny ome fve, him shod
without ridrs? .JToi." she continued.
addressitit her hf'hfbaf'd. "you know
you role the pony only a' feW' thmes
Inst year. so 0 fiad the shoes taken off
an'd bv l'bkpPf theftr ever since it ffty
bureau. They ape ts gooa as new. and
these lltpae hItve shod liitf egaln. We
aba'l b f'ilned nt this rate."

.'- Met Anything.
Club -D tor (with view t i dtaggf l
-And tidw. mny man, What do yoU
drink? Patient (cheerfully)-Oh-er-
well. dbOto'. I'll leave that to you.-
Bystan der.

SA Case on Record.
"Broo`1" asked RIvers. "do you knoW
what Wiutre a wart?"
"I neoi heard said Br tei, without looking up from
his writi.

Won't Slight a Good Friend.
'If ever 1 need a cough medicine
again I finow what to get," declares
Mrs. A. LI. Alley of Beals, Me., "for af-
tir using..th bottles of Dr. King's New
Dis'ovel'.,'and seeing its excellent re-
mults in tilV own family and others, T
am convitcOild it. is tho best medicine
made fo, 6 coughs, colds and lung trou-
ble." Evr)'t one who tries it feels just
that way. Relief iN felt, at once and its
qu ck car~B st.-prises you. For bron-
chi'.is, atili ma. hemorrhage, croup,
'a, griptli, Sore throat, pain in chest or n
lun.-, itl usillremi. 5%. and $1. Trial i
bottle free. tiuaranteed bv A. H.
Brake .
D ofinitions.'
E,',noaiTh A -. A human eccentricity
which ftil (an-ae a womal'n to spend
hitif ta ditf tid l 1) e nts street car fare
in ,irder" to get a five cent spool of l
-t'ir ,,idl t I
Ivye- .A tnlenr passion which. bow- I
evrr diltm (lt ptin('lde ai nan 's scold
Ia ltiht tlifp If h 'r.,(e -off'e' i too cold. t
I'rih- A is,'rfl~tent atd potent pe- S
**,ul.rtly will h will c(use a man to
Itit it 1lk tIl' an aa.n e pllity head and 9
t,, ti ein it $1:0 frok coat around 'an
,';r(f ,a& rttsin; a,'l r
t('4ital e- ,\ taste or distaste for
,ea'urtlif'i nhbout' whk)h )'ou know"
t
nolting.-.l-ul e.

,, Kills to Stop the Fiend. t
The worst foe for 1-2 years of John I
Deye. of Gladwin, Mioh., was a run-
ning ulcer. He paid doctors over $400
without benefit. T. en Bucklen's Ar
nida Salvo killed the ulcer and cured
hlim. Curos fever sores, boils, felons,
eztmina, salt rhleum. Infallible for piles,
h'trns, acalds, Ctit, corns. 25c at A. H. f
Brake' s.
-"a
Largest Famrly on Record.
In th, Ilarleian manuscript, %Eos. T8
,aind l)"). In the 1 .rary of the British
u' itiC11ni ention Is made of the most
,'\lra,,rdrtliry famIly that has ever
Ieent known In I1' world's history.
The paI'rtles were at acotl'i weaver and
hlils wIfe (not w\yis,. who were the
father antd mnather of sixty-two chil-
dren. Thie miajorl 'y of the offispring
i.'- 1'f*" i I r<>tflc i, t lr 'er'e Iiys-e-xactly
how manyI is noot 'kiiiwn. f -r the rec-
< rl meatlh '11 the f;' t that, forty-six of
the male chilhdreii lived to re c'l man- I
hoid's estate ai:d only ftur of the
s':tulitte'rs lived ti hie ;.rownup woin-
*n. Thirty-nhie of tlhe sons were still
II ',?'r Il tlhe year lI;:O. the majority
of theu then reshllng ll and i fbo)ut
Newcnsthe-un-Tynie. It. Is a'i'-'rIed I:
one of tlhe ( Id'hllstori'es of Xwca.stlh


S Scant Working Clothes.
In Singapore and Penang may b
seen people from almost every part o
the glh be :'d roefesentat ives uof al
alflo.t 4,etiAy ita ex. -pt t4;I N '
.Ail rlcila ll id iIs. 'i!s g1r. t t't I )rop'r
I ;l ot ,fM:i a,s. t:' I 1nim iin ad ('hiA
g alese. willh lia.h bronze h tick skins.
Wake the ('Chinese atid .Il :Ia',firsei ee'd
almost like white people ailch wearN
the (costImue of his native country it
so far asli he wears tnqytlhin. but eikbI
out of every ten persons to be seer
consider themseT-es suffiefethtly wVel
dressed when they have a yaid orf tw(
of cheevecloth twisted aboiff fheli
loins. This f:asl:i(n of (drss applipes t
the wE rl:ni.;en o f a'l In aiti i;;I lti(es
whether X1f':ly. .'.ri iWi. I if: un ('hi
iere #,r 'hir '~he Ilniiftyf.'f t!ie hb'.
for class. i\ .,i ,r .lndo <"t Parsee,
-Iresres )s he vin!'d at hithoie T!lt
('ingale-" woe;r te I't ro'-es an4 a 11coitli
effclr('li:: hlis r(okivn. 'Thlie I-,'`l.slii'h1n2a
of ('( ur e .Jlts tl:e 1'*iU:l. '41 Ifltiitg
'oIthes nat'u a li.hl hheltet fo ire.,vent
Aunstrcke. The t(,urist. who lh:is taketl
advice from iniany sources as to hi.l
outfit. helps to uImke tlhe .picture con-
fliYe -4e'Wet f' 1.

Two DcotUblacks.
The lwootla:cks haid no re'eul;ir stand.
but edach had Ills box. sl.-:,i over his
Shoulder a.nd. stanlt.ing on th('e cnrh-
toB'. (.Solihited tl4' ji.ISC','rsfy t1o Stli p
. ut'a l l "- l -
Thie "ry of the first boy was "Shine
your boots here!" It anliouieid the
simple f:(t that b ~ v wa pi .red to,
,shifn (fief holofs. Tfie cry of the sec..
ond boy was "(;et your Sunday shine'"
It was then Satlurday afternoon... an(l
the hour was 4 o'h(lock. T'is ec 'ond
boy employed l:imgiination lie relat-
ed one attraction to another: heJoined
facts together Ills four simple words
told all that the t:r.t boy said and al
g'eat deal more. It eroute'vef) the tih.
formation 'O) slnmpty that be was
there to shine shoes, but that tomor-
row was Sunday; that it was likely to
be a pleasant day; that he its a boot-
black realized they would need an ex
tra good shine.
Was It merely good luck that this
boy secured twice the business of the
other?-Lorlu Deland In Atlantic.

Here is Rel ef for Worten.
If vyo havo pains in the back, urina-
'y bladder or kidney trouble, and want
certain, pleasant herb cure for wo-
man's ills, try Mother Gruy's Austral-
an Leaf It is a safe and never-failing
emulatorr. At Druggists or by mail 50
tsa. Sample pacKage FREE. Address.
T'he Mother Gray Co., LeRoy. N. Y.

Mascagni's Royal Critic.
Mascagnl. the famous composer.
was once asked to entertain tbhe royal
'ourt in Rome. He did so and do.
lighted his audience. When he finished
playing be started a conversation with
I little princess who had stood near
the piano during the recital and had
shown every sign of deep interest. As
Smatter of fact, she hald been In-
structed by her mother to say. If any
luestiQn should be asked, that "Mas-
,agnl was the greatest musician In
Italy."
The composer aFked her which of
the great living- masters she liked best.
and the proud mother turned toward
hbe child to hear the pretty llittlo
speechl which bad 'been taught her.
Instead of the compliment came the
withering remark:
"'There are no great masters living
they are all dead."
The musician gave a little start and
hen said:
"Your excellence, permit me to con-
gratuhlate you. You. are the most truth-
ful critic In Europe."

Perfectly Correct.
A young minister In the course of an
eloquent sermon on the pomps and
vanities of the world staggered his
eongregatlon by exclaiming:
"Here aim I standing, preaching to
you with only half a shirt on mny back.
while you sit there covered with gew
gaws and other baubles."
The next day a parcel containing sev
eral brand new shirts was left at his
housee by one of his hearers; a kind
bedrted old lady. Meeting the donor
a fbw days afterward, he thanked her
exceedingly, but expressed much sur-
prise at receiving such an unexpected
gift.,
"dh." said the lady. "you mentioned
In your sermon on Sunday that you.
[ma'E only half a sliftt on your back."
"Qhite true," added his reverence.
"but you seem to forget that the other
half was In front."-London Answers.


Ice Cream
PARLOR
AND
GOLD DRINKS.
SIlRST CLASS

Prompt Attention.
M. MOORE, Frprietor
Bay Front and Wyjming Avenue.



PA MAYgy


The: Leaiding Drug Store


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A MODERN DRUG STORE;
Kniow0# r-'^Yalues, is of course, the most importantt
Teature 'f ou busi'eM but it h b rtot taken' all of our time to know
drug values. :Wek-know th e Value on TOILET s EA;fA ILr E. We
know hkemow M 8* eand buy the very finest that asve made.
CO0 D IN AND
Test I e Fraprauce of Our r

LATEST jiIPER FUM S 1-


Examine Our Toilet Waters

They are unsifrpasse'd in permanency
an'D deltcaey of odor. We keep a com-
plete asserttn,.p of the most delicate
domestic a'I ffported perfumes .and
Toilet Waters' th~ gliohdt- Meit entire -ra:.
Toilg 4 3u0111tin ent
The most itfi i_ tsi6te fs pleased.
We haye jm.tSigunilentl-of Toflet 'Soups, Toilet) Sponges and Sponges for t.h
Bath that tco j e are' toperfe'et!(,rhanainy we'eveP saw. Toilet Soaps free
from impuiwiU e'e rt *rbe found eVerywhere.. We have tlhbe3. If vou want
anythlirng.in this ei. heie, is he pjacm to get it.
TOILET POW'RS'WI Theatteition of all ladies who e re to haveandi re
tain a beautiful comp*lexio}M a soft, and healthy white skin, is called to ort' fine
of dellsate powders and compleXion beautifiers. Project the open pore- of the
skin from dirt, wind and dust by the use'sf these aids to charm. No woman's
oilet is complete without dust of faintly scented powder over the neckh and
face. Tootfh Powders, Pastes. Washes. Cosmetics and Rogues of every descrip-
tion. Tooth B14ishes, Hair aBrushes, Cobmbs, Manricure ets, and all the lIttle
toilet requistteO so'essential to comfort. health und beauty are- to be found herae
iva e AIesk variety, .el e jRUBBER iGnOflS Ih thisde-
parlti ntrno stock l8 emomplete. ,OuMP ,goxls
Our goods are the best makes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PATZNT IMSDZCITNZS in demand
A. Jo H, JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.


I 'PERSONAL-
Little Dorothy and Grace Wai
i went last Fri'day t" DotU.ahi, Ala
to visit at the hpoe of Mi.. 'tt.pl(
: ton. Thel returned I rlIUt y
R. M iletin, f-oretfri'h of tL
Pan.aa iCity 'FTfot; 'wvi 'in St. An
drews, Stiidt ialihgulport friends&
"The- Pksb fristered as it
guests: rfT ik ana, ChattaIoo
ga, Term.. C .Simpson, j.1obile
Ala. N 1. oQ toward, Pensacola
Fla. Henry drcson, J.ck-sonville
Fla. J. A. scott, BirnminghFm
Ala. W. Ste ns, Atlants, Ga. M.
B. Wallace, vqlaniJ, 0. Mr. and
Mrs. C. W, *oman, Atlanta. Ga
JD' D Grichlo ft. Louis, M H. J.
Mctellan,'Mo Ala. Dr. H. W;
Coli.s. Mobil Bi. E. Mam-mock, of
Blakeley, Ga. S H aicock, Pen-
sacola. W. F. ,fick, Pensacola, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L' Olessner, 'and S. A.
Waldron, of lakely, Ga. L. F,
Metealf..Gleepnlie, Ala.. and G, H.
Kern-all
A Arr e m Wdown1 from
Dotfan,, last Thur&sday, and the.
following young ladies.and gentle-'
men of the' Ba'raeea., nd4, Phiiathea
class ,First Babtist Church. ot that
place, honored the Buoy with a
call: Mi'ss'.Clra 3elle Roney, Mr.
E. L. Layfield'. MiSSibbi-a Forres-
er, B. I. RapaprtjJl. -J..Pre'vatt,
Mrs. Ray Steele, Foulntain, Miss
tessie Scarbor )ugh, Miss Ella Duffy
Miss Margaret Ansley,, Miss Hattie
lizell, Mrs. A. B. Kersey, J. V.
garrison, Verna, Shacleford, Fred
Forrester, B. R ,Cier,, iss Willie
ohnarm, J, C. ,Tr a.F e PC.Hay,
, 1. Crockelt, Brown,
liss Marie Harris, Miss Marie Clen-
inen, Rev. MA ersop and
. A. Stapleton, Cjhapernes.
Why the Crimaiit WVepsc.
The central oflt(e detectly. had just
ent one of the worst criminals k, tth6
Aty away for a 1ls,1:t. long lret.
"Did lihe gie you any trouble?" asked
friend.
"No; be did a go( d deal of crying,,
though." J-.,
"For some womrant,I sulp)pose?"
"Woman'u lal thr, .11ot! They never
ry for human l'lnigs' Tishfsfetloiw had
wlfe who h'ed Atel~kty ilil il thl)ough
the trlil at.d whi. ,.liefore -he was
aught w:orLked lies tit;,ers off for 1hli
'hen there wrere \two (,lilldreI But he
ever mentihtted liin't, rlv' e as cryl'lg
bout his Iliglit--iifp tt'lylns. you k now.
Ie liad about s|ity fain('y ones. and
vIhenever he lllilliht i)f 'what won!u
)ecollc I of tlhr!i hi (li he y)Hs- a\t"a"
ears would sprtts to his ey A lot
f thU wurst croAL Jt .;I-,'tr in,
he city are fancI nnd a l11d < e more sentimenptif thrit ,they are
lometlmes. too. ,hey ,are sorry fomt
ogs. I knew one who was more inix
ous about his ferptih'tfi anything
Ise. At the same'tinmel ever knew
criminal, man or voplttn. who h.lid a
at among the things they were s';rr.t'
o leave behind."-NiTt-York I'ress.
. *,0) *,
Made lt,C1spr. .
sergeant of Rovarl Irlih Constabulary
ntervblwintr new' tli'mber of the
orcet-Well. Mgl,,ns.,; 'tIs the fine.
throng, fleshy lookki'. fella ye are
row. If a desprit tian att:a.klted y.


1 ur death nm:ianim. l'mu-I'u well wrapped. -Chi
(.ago Tribune.

Her V.'cight cd 6i':i.
"Mothor, I've a dreadful thing to con
fess to you Lst rlght wheell you told
me to lie down 1:i I: l I Ilied down. but
after you1 ltuirnue' l ti i';X:" ,'. 1' ground.
eJ m'. t'f0"et' ait you In t:i> d:irk!"-Lont-
don Pun: h.
Sure to .sp- .
Motlber-.f. olh,-r I:ttle girl Is very
frail. but I've taIki' Ilrec(ti t Io), Io
have baby g'r girl Visitor- Indecd. and \hlwat ihave
you done? Mot her-I've had her hris-
teued "Fairy."-Boston Transcript.




P. P. P.
P. P. P. will purif and vitallse yoW
blood,, rebate a good apetite and giveyot'
whole system tone and strength.
A prominent railroad superintendent at
.fta anah, suffering with Malaria, Dyspep.
sia and Rheumatism says: "After Dtap..
P. P. P. he never felt so well i IfeL ald
feels as if he could liveforeWffIe could
always git P. P.P.
If you are tired out from oveWOrt sand
close confinement, take
P. P. P.

I you are feeling balIy In te Q pria
and out of sorts, take

P. p .
If your digestive organaneed tonag ,
take

P. P. P.
If you suffer with headache, Indlgcels,
debility and weakes i, tai

P. P. P.
If you suffer with nervous p ration,
nerves unstrung and a general let down
of the system, take

p. p. P.
For Blood Poison. Rheumatltm, S rot-
ula, Old 8ores. Malaria, Chroni Femal
Complaints, take

P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
and Potassium.
The best blood purifier in the world.
I. V. IUPPMAN.
Savannah. Georgia.




BUSY BEE
'UNO CA HOUSE


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Driigs IMdiicines, Fancy Toilet Aricls


I Handle no lOuack Nostrums,
-PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 0C.. PCIUEIU
R I. J.. KFSTER. M DrO t St.


First cf the Swi.'t.
Gustavus Frankflif Swift. I he first of
this commeretal dyn'atsty, was Cape
Cod Yarkee,. who smg-l.ft a sI1ier Ihow
and then and peddled' fte tlieWf f' em
the back cf a i'crt:i:! goitoart will i
has since become 1'at11' tis 1I:, '- In a'd
to Albany and went d(a p" I l Ptw noitsi.
discarding one after another partners
who nd nfotf he foresigh-t a] rd dating
which he possessed. Hle locailled hi
Chicago at the l)egfntlf:ifg of l'i)os-e lalys
of great possibilities Iln. lfmigll'g tato
touch the new west and' the '!!er' ust.
-It Wits be who' (invented fire' st, re-
frigirator anrs. Thfi wa.s tie one iev-
i-oluffonary act which put h~s sons and
a few other sons In very f:lir control
of half of the meat of America. IHe
saw the' mnair l foir Oresse'.: beef ex-
tended orfl'y atfrtt ffie inrt'eft of filfffts'
.All great revolutions iare fo'!;ht
agafl:st. All the rest. all E nglitd. till
Eur(:pe, fought the I}e-a of 'reled
beef and thITi a'cep' e.l ift. r doubt ir
we "oTrle to o wttWout lit now.-Cosmo.
politaip Iftigazuie.
A Dr.tji; :. ,.n... y.
The hypothetical question ad just
tbeeir an ed. anld the irl.soner fell for-
ward lu a fa.ltt. Al'l was cc;fmlsiou in
the co)artroo'tS.
1"Whtat Nt the' matter with the liirl.4-
oner?" de'tiitandedt Ilh judgee. lan nner-
Ing hf. de. R n.i-1,1y.
"N'othilnag. yotw "iona."' g 'oa'nue the
unhaIpl:y nma' as he au::i tO. "I was
only tfihitln.ixg kow ITon I-shonld have
Sto sevve ft my se'ten(' was as long
as tht."-larper's Weekly.


- A Vciec ~'r~V~1 II', "~~a.'~' -


Tip a certain tlhenter whil -I' unites aN
spoenit-ty- otf lmeho)dtamei the, la ts
large following of ralleilv "s ns,." and
*ery awfufrally, filthe "sAky" 'a sumlltge i
composed of' Iht'4kwI;Wilh irlfi,. r'awo air'
Itud In thi t'hi el'e' a tatl:d-' t -` I' '- 't.,VlP -'
Wo0e unto t'wl a1. t. r wo I: I'mr/lirnator
enough to uIcur their dl.tii.'tasutr,:
Recethly a play w#lh a (atil t#flh,li
plot was put on ti flw bonirrdt. T her r
was evidently ew foskvav w- ffeor I '
fumbled MsW Ifnfw badT. 'Wp 4polte i'
A faltet Ig fone. 'er fi'lf"' 1a f. r
this reamsol tba't he d(t11I tl't 'wl.t! r
the sympathy of the R' 'ey.
Just before t f crrlis o4f f." plAy tlre,
hero, clasped Ia sweetdw e:rf Ianri sarmn-
aud alld: .
"Keep a brate freaur. mvy' datl -.
'*he worst is yet to coine '
IW'hereupon a vole, tlr't lhad Cht received Its training liv trying "**ixtr- "'
en tie street yelled. caf: .
"'Wha r y' jgotd' rI ..f -<~ter -.
*tug.?'-Leado Tit-it.*. "
The Ci.',.ean .: . .
Kfigllake was all fir w.ir. '"l'e. 1 .
to say," says Mine. Noavlkof.: '.iha, t
peace would ent.: amul:Ite tfe'( w'i'a), ,
'Besides,' he (ontitunrd. 'Ip)i>)Ul t' y
when foeo'teise' li not at s ha te,'"! I. *
(-T. ooet R1:e l'rfght. Ifume. ovl'\. f
rou Mfnglake' one d1a'ry ftr 0I( t r;Ight I- I
Vlmt(Te a. ,c.urlot ':ri'n'- r ik I.')out I.
'rtin .e:.Qn'stat In Ia .1'' : M lk "-Ti. i ,i
R'r!e.')lh is" 4 '.& F.Id h- lli t- 'i
tered. Tl'he: *a! .' 1 .' ; i -
rlort :doin t. '1 t%.
Lordon Ste dardav,


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Without W. H. PARKER,


i Alcohol Real Etate
A Strong Tonig Without AcohIol
A Body tilder Without Alcohol
A Blood Purifier WithoufAlcohol .
A Great Afterative Without Alcohol
A&Doctor's Medicine Withott Afkofol E
Ayer's Sarsaparilla WithoutAlcohol p A i R v I.

We publalz eV formula -.. -
AV isnShmalcohol
r- SroR.. VEYING A SPECIALTY.
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Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They act
directlyon the liver, make snors bite
secre, Thby they are so alB rake,
able in coffs lpafre, iiliousness, dvs, AO
pepsiae sick-headaclh Ask your docl'or
if he knows a better laxative pill.
-MadebytheJT. G. Ay Go.. L.,411., .... . *

voice i the house i-lssie wat .I E NERAL M ERCHA D I E
keeping y ou outi ther' on the por h so' *
lou'n? Be.sste-t aw cookingg fort tb '
Conii.. mfatma. Vofce- You'lt ., ... ,


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WVIEN IN NIEil> 01!' tnI ^i *F') ,*,' O.".'a 'I'1 ".
C'llM on L;. GAVY, Gay; 'ha.(1

.P , i t, P P".


lai larvelDrCubies f B1iP m+ Bemath, ad 9c6t9a
P. P. P. purifies the blood, bufls. up the weak an def gives
strength to weakened nerves, expels disease, gi the paftier t teal and
happiness, where sickness, gloomy feelings and ssitude irst prmiMell oodI
d skin diseases, rihe il pmr4les ld chon aleers, tefter, scald
Ieadk we say without fear of contradiction that P. PP. P Is the be t blood
purifer in the world..
Ladies those s systems are poisoned and whose blood it in an impee con-
di~ton du menstrual irregularities, are peeiarlyt benefitted by .he w m:
derful tonic and blood cleaSsing properties of P. P.. P. Prickly h, Poo
Root and Potassium.
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, CA.



PI ONE Eh DRUG STORE.


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iid am knifeitan' a 14I4tol.: uwu'd Ye mmlf
or tight? lVecrult- j~tua,' yenhonlor. I
would! Fergen tit- WAN'it yv % ou hi':
Rlecruit- [It-',TorH~. nriileI '01~V4ll11d no
sior! Seg'bo-~.f~' i~ att her
G'Iong wid .e u1pias-Ieidt
P'un( i. h. j ,.j
hq .Meeat 9 ir I~fj
Mau'ld te. 'm` v j y3 'ak 9oqe~e, p~r~posedt
to 3-011. Iiliwt -hehvlMvetiPe saltvi
wns 1,e n'(ily, m .lAjAw--*A r-lovpd
Et hel Yte's. dearr" d~{~beddi~t '(.j4s!
I 'C filflIofl Wflen p Usedtto ca lI':me


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M.Ajft BALSAM
Cla-W~*r8id, beautifies the hair.
promoW.C luxuriant. growth.
never #Ails to Rlestore GraY
Nair th its Youthful Color.
Cures saep diseases & hair falling.
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INatural Gas

And B> MARY
& 1 ALDINr ;
Miranda. .

Copyrighted. 19009, by AssOciated
S Literary Press.
604666164 ...


C -- ------ ---
Mr. Samuel Perkins, assisted by two
ItalIans. dA 'with their coats and rests
eff and pertpflifug profusely, was bor
Ing an wrtesian'we t on his farm.
Suddenly the drill trs4'ore'd out ol
the ground. There followed a grelt
puff of vapor that had the cdor of bai
eggs and sulpbur mixed together. Mr
Perkins had struck a natural gas well
A month lt&dr Mrs. Perkins was say
Sng to him:
"Samuel. remember that we spel
ou namime P-n-r-k-l-n-s; also that n
mPoffh hence we sail for Europe
We've got money, and we've got a
daughter Miranda. We aire going tc
give her a chance."
"A chance for what?" asked the 6bs-
band. who was -tryfng to get used ft
Wea tin a collar and a coat around the
ihouige. *
.'"T get polished -up and. o marry
itofe' one worthy of her. You needn't
sit there thinking that a few weeks
ago Miranda was hanging out the
clothes. We've struck natural gas,
and that makes a difference. We sial
-iU four weeks."
"I did kinder think we might go to
aingara falls for a week or so"- be
gan Samu=tflS he rubbed his chin.
"Whaft' lVatfs to people with
money? What arw'Iey to Mirandal
Samuel Parkins, can't you realize that
you struck gas?"
"I know I did."
We are climbing for the top of the
ladder, We can't be kept down.
Haven't you got it through your head
yet? It's Europe and polish. It's Eu-
rope and a husband for Miranda. II
thebm. Chicago butchers can take their
daughters to Europe and marry them
off to lords and.dukes, why can't we?
"Isnu't natural gas just as high toned
as pork chops? You keep a coat on
and your shoes black and get used to
looking like somebody and leave the
rest to ,me."
Mr. Parkins would rather have sat
on the steps of the village and related
for the Eve hundredth.time what his
emotions were when he struck gas
but he. was dragged :off to Europe.
Miranda betrayed a surprising lack
of Interest, but Mrs. Parkins did the
thing with all her. might. She had na-
tire wit and observation. By sitting
in a corner most of the time -nd hav-
fig as little as possible to say the hus-
band and father made out aft(r a fash-
fon.
In, die time he even became Inter-
ested In things. He becanie so Inter-
ested that one evcuing after they ha(d
been ia London for ir fortnight he ask-
cd .his wife:.
"Mary. are; we hitting the pi::e aMF
., g ,r,tgt?" .
41.. t'itting the rile!" 't1e' repeated Iln
.*(gIiftil tones. "Samuel. cut the pike
'". hI'd o''-tr thlhi..' cut. Miranda rv:1 in
irt wathliing ourselves every minute.
sandyou want to do the. satne. Don't
,' Iu leanve, the .)p')n ini the ',ip, when
Syrou udrlnlt your coffee, and don't tuck
your table napkin clerar up utrler your
in!', if -.you spell Mirnuda's chance:;
,J'll never forgive you."
But 'what I want 'to know is ha'
pny feler come around y*t?" persist
ed the husbnf:.d.
"No. not exactly. But I've noticed
different ones looking at lier and sorter
eJging around, You leave that part of
ft to us, and you tend to yours. When-
ter you cqn. you just drop in a word.
o bout natural gas and nilillions."
"O(i. I won't spoil nobody's chances.
I didn't want to come at first. but
lV;w ltiat I've got over here I rather
like It. 'kes a feller feel as if he
Wt' ffi i'oine.'tiy, to have a boy ready at
every turn to brusf oft.his coat.
"I guess I'd be proud to have a lord'
or na-( ke f(r a son in-law. That's MI
r'li'u's lowest fgger, hadn't it? She
Witjn't cotingtov'er here and then take
S"., ,D with no hnyseed?"
It was Parkl after four weeks in
Iondon. andml ther', wste n (-ontinual im-
Jrovement in the family. Miranda
and her mother pi.tked nul as much as
-: eine F'renr b word a day. end the hus-
-inttd 'We, t'tther left ins fears behind
IMiium rrd aSsusned a little swagger,nnd
patronizing air that s.at well on him.
SHe h:'d stru- k unatfural.as at home
plmrily ly Irtdt. ie reasoned that.
-tuf'-t strike a husl'nnd for MIlrand;
rlrond In the same way.- Therefore
whenever he came acors any.,one who
would listenn to hipi arid -<' o cou
rl)enJ'hillhb 'he.htir~f1riccd gas wells
"--A-f o the (onriver ati'n.
It was always in the plural. It was
ever one gas well. lut half a dczen.
ite also tried his i'e-t to mik" tbh.,
,"ad walter' nrdr'staid t'he .rasn ques-
fltn, nnd I'lhe ('d( ni't suc'ced entirely
Sie ast least oil ited the ex('clnmn ton:


"Gas from the ground, mn-vi dleu!
And each well $1.0,'oco0r How you
must suffer with so mu-b money!"
"Yes. a heap of suffering, but I grit
my teeth and stard it,."
.When Mrs. Parkins annomnwed that
they were to leave Paris for a resort
tn the Alps. Mr. Parkins had his op-
Iportunfty to ask:
"Any feller In rit-ht yet?"
"Samuel. hain't you got no polish in
these last two months?" dem?-',ded the
wife.
"'Of eowrse I have."
"Then show some of It. No gentle-
man wculd speak In that brutal man-
ser. I'm glad Miranda was not here."
"Well, has any lord or duke beent
making up to her?'
"Mtakin, unp! Making upl! HumpAl
1tr. Parkins, are you In Europe or
Terns? My daughter Miranda cannot
1e made r", to. .1 catch your mean-,
I'-T, b',,we ;-, a'd in order that you
W'a.y n''t use any more su- h exptes-
pF'ns let nte ray that I'm not worry-

'u mean"-
'l nPenn that wo are g'ing to Swit-
rln)d1 t>o r'*op for a inonthi or more at
Vie ma nie lo'el t.i-h n lord."
"ry C(eorTe. l;t you don't mean It!'
, ll-r- d Ib- t hula-d. "tHow In
thu" d'';r a'I yott Ilring it about?"

"Yes. Lut t' at's a (ute tri k of yours


v


A ABAR GAIN


In Real Estate!
The Buoy Has For Sale
Thile Southwest Quarter ol tlie South-
west Quarter 'of Section 1. and the
,iS.,uh li it of lihe S ntheIat Quar -
ter ol Section 2. I'wnshi 4 noutih,
Itinge 14. wc-t.


Lies About One Mile Nortk-
east of Millvile.-
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place

TITLE PERFECT!
A portion of thii land has been
in cullivation in 'tines past; but is,
and has been lying idle for soime year.

A Gilt E i[ Barain, if Taki
At Once.
Apply at or Address
THE BUOY, St. Andrews Fla.


1You'"! nlve him penned right up."
"nit:-or,' P:r'hins!" cried the wife as
phe flushe'd up
"Oh. well. I wnn't say noffilng mnre.
You'.a Mi'nid'-i o rl'ht nherd. ntd I'll
bn"k you with natural gas enough to
:'run all Vrince. I guess It linln't fori
me to mix Ill."
Ju-t how Mrs. Parkins located the
lord doesn't' matter. For a five franc
piece P'arlslttl chamrbermalds have
been :lov.- to locate a whole duke.
lie wasn't registered as n lord.- but
that wasn't expected. He would be
incoe.. Mr. Parkins tool:k t that any
of the forty men around the bhtol
might b" lit lordship. but the wife.
wit') the keener Intuition of her sex.
spotted the right m:an within twenty-
four hours.
Then Mr. P'rkin caine to the front
like U .man. lhe flifrrit'cld himself to
th( victim .rd talked of Amerla ar.d
ga:; wells and dolelrs. There was bn-
thus:s:n Ila hi. vrC! e as he talked of
the ,as that wuid contfntte to pour
out of the earth for fentturies tf come.
ard he worked up considerable pathos
over the admissionn that to hadn't
enough we!s to supply over half the
United Etates. Mr. Parkins had done
hi, full sar'. The rest devolved upor
other s;'ii; hk".r
A ealyv or tfwo lraer his lordshiq
*frollcd tp a motuintafrr path by him-
self. A little later Mrs. Parkins and
Mirarda strolled up the same path.
His lordship was overtaken just in
i time to rescue Mirandn from walking
out on an overhanging rock t Mit would
hatre s'yewy given way wfth Iher weight
and dropped her Into the valley a. mile
below.
The half faintlrig girl and the 'r"it
tered mother were assisted down the
path to the hotel, and Mr. Parkins
found themrnlt tbed'to recover from the
shock. He heard the story and then
rushed downstairs. When he appeared
half an hour later there was a bland
smile.ou his face, and he was rubbing
his hands..
"Mr. P'arkins, what have you done.?'
asked the wife as she sat up in bed.
"Have you beensaying anything to his
lordship?"
"Now, don't you folks get into r.
sweat about me." replied Mr. Parkins.
"Mebbe.I haven't polished up quite as
fast as you have over here, but knownw
when. to do the right thing for a I


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filed notice of intention to make Fihal ive vear
Proof, to establish claim to the land above,-de.
scribedd, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at
Vernon, Florida, on the 2nd day of June, 1oo9.
Claimant names as witnesses:
J. M. Porter, of Bennett, Florida, George Bar-
ber, Peter Hobby and W. R. Gainer of Econfina,
Florida, HENRYS. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida,
April 24, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that Barney Young,
"of Southport. Florida,rwho, on February 23, 1904,
made Homestead Ent,y, No. 3386o. (Serial Numn
ber 02425) for SEY Section 24, Township i
South, Range S West, Tallahassee Meridian has
filed notice of intent'o i to make Final Five Year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above dc-
scribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, a'
Vernon, Florida, on the 3rd day of'June, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George G. Morrelt, of Noles, Florida, Sam
Clay. Jeff Watson, and Jbe Talbert, of McMillan,
Florida, HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. --
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
1,. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida,
April 24, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that Louisiana M.
Porter, of Bennett, Florida, who, on March, 1904,
made Homestead Entry, No. 33893, (Serial Num-
ber 02440) for N% of SEY and SE% of SE%,
Section 24, Township z South, Range 14 West,
Tallahassee Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, at Vernon, Florida, on the 2nd
day of June, I909.
Claimant names as witnesse- *
B. M. Cox, J. M. Porter, and J. B. Brown, of
Bennett, Florida, and Samuel Braboy, of Econ-
fina,. Florida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.


DR. W. G. MITCHELL

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Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of SI, Andrews anm
Surrounding Country.
M\ay I)( r, h1 at residencee ,ot ) tennw Vista avenue at night.


that." I
"And you've seen the lord?"
"I have."
"And talked with him?"'
"For sure. Yes. sir-had quite a talk
with him."
"Samuel Parkins, what did you
say?" asked the wife as she sat up
straighter and a look of fear came into
her eves.
"What should 1I say under the cir-
cumstances? I thanked him from the
bottom of my heart for saving Miran-
da's life. You don't think I spoke
about the weather, do you?"
"And what el-e. Samuel?"
"What else. pa?"
"I offered him .$2.5 in cold cash."
Two shrieks shrieked out in chorus.
and two females went into mild hys.
terics. only Miranda's was suspiciously
like laughter, while her mother's was
the real thing. It was a long minute
that Mr. Parkins stood there, hands in
pockets and w-undering what had hap-
pened. Then hi, wife fcr'cd back her
emotions and faintly asked:
"And-and-what "
"And he took it and said. 'Thank
ye!' "
Two days t$ter as they sat in the
train bound for home Mr. Parkins no-
ticed a tear Stealing down Mrs. Par-
kins' cheek. lie turned to her and
asked:
"Ain't you feeling chipper today?"
"Chipper! Chipper! How could I
feel chipper?" exclaimed Mrs. Parkins
in fierce tones.
"Dunno. but you mustn't blame me.
I didn't know that he was a lord that
went about saving human lives for
cash on the nail! And. anyway. MI-
randa kin marry Joshua Rawlins to
i home. He writes to me that be's going
to give up farming because he's struck
gas too."
And Miranda squeezed his hand and
i whispered, "You do everything just
right, pa."

The Facetious Suburbanite.
The second story man had climbed
Into the front window of the facetfous
suburbanite's villa and was engaged
in rifling the latter's pockets of such
random possessions as were to be
found therein.
"Ah, gocd evening, my friend," said
the facetious suburbanite from the
depths of his bedcrothes. "Aren't you
working overtime?"
"We can't help it in our business,
governor." replied the burglar. "We
ain't got no regularly organized hours
of work. It's to do while you can
-with us. day and night."
"That's a shame!" said the facetious
suburbanite. "Ycu ought to get to-
gether and form a burglars' union for
your own protection." -.
"We afn't a tiad ,retorted the bur-
glar scornfully. "We're an industry."
'-Then vou should be imum,.n,-.o

LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
H. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida,
May S, r9oq. *" - .
NOTICE is'hereby given that Robert Brow,n
of Southport, Tlorida, who, on January 28, 1904,
made-HomfistedcEntry, No. 33684, (Serial Num-
ber 10ox5) for N% of SW4and'Ni-2ofSE 1-4
Section 28. Township i South, Range 14 West,
Tallahassee Meridian, has filed notice of inten-
tion to make Final five year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Vernon, Florida
on the 15th day of June, oo009
Claimant names as witnesses: Lottis F6loyd,
Sam Clay, AMeX Carroll of McMilIan. FIorida and
Lonzje Byrd -of Southport, Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
Editer's iee Daid.
NOTICE FORiPUBLICATON..
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fil
May 8, 1909-
Notice is hereby given that Robert L. Purcell,
of Enconfina, Florida, who, on August 3. 1904,
made Homestead "E*try, No. 34686, (Serial No.
02775). for 6x-2of NWs-4 and W 2-2 of SW I-4
Section 32, Tp. i north, Range 13 west, Tallahas-
see Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final commutation proof, to estab ish claim
to the land above described, before the clerk of
the circuit court, at Vernon, Florida, on the
isth day of June, 1909.
- Claimant names as witnesses: J. W. Purcell,
J, W. Brown, B, B. Ellis of Enconfina, Florida.
and J, M, .Porter, of Bennett. Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB. Register.
Editor's fee paid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. '
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida,
March 2o, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given thas MaudE. Pittman
of Marianna, Florida, who, on March 3, 1909,
made Timber and Stone Application, Serial, No.
o0264, for SW%, Section 32, Township I North.
Range 14 West, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final Timber and
Stone Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
at Vernon, Florida, on the Ist day of June, 190o9.
Claimant names as witnesses: A. G. Purdy,
James S. Gardner, W. H. Stoudemeyer of Foun-
tain, Florida, H W. Johnson, of PanamaCity,
Florida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Cffice at Gainesville, Florida
April 24, 1909
Notice is hereby given that Samuel Braboy, of
Enconfina, Florida, who, on February 4, 1904,
made Homestead Entry, No. 33696, (Serial Num-
ber S 62356) forR SWt. Section T 9, Township i
South,. Range i3 West, Tallahassee Meridian. has


Their Idnight



By GEOR It1AMPDON.
Copyrighted 9, by Associated
Lite ry ress.
''rt ^I


Sits4. 4 Ae *0itTT44+$q


1- ll 1


She waited ltil the house had
grown still, and en.-slipping front the
bed where, wal ul and restless, she
had been tossing for t-i ihotr, she pro-
ceeded cautious to the stairs and
down to the libr y floor.
Her acquaint ced with the house
dated back only as far as the day be-
fore, when she received the telegram
announcifig thedeath of her uncle,
Grover l'elhtai. < .
Dreading a stunibl' over an un;:h;irt-
ed piece oh'f lirnltnrre. .' exe'rlisd th
utniost rIrev. A.jit' p'r1ted ithe por
lieres oi'f th il do,'r ht hbe'anme-

Waiting' tlltll i" et.ykik a(.cuns' on theinselves to I tlw dir'kls.ti .shle i al.
out tine flntclst smggestiolti of :ilgurt'
kneeling at tlhe otlier side of the room.
and a key turning lin an Innr It k of
ihe safe i-phmirel ihe sitnati on well


'nii^t~ult *
Miss 3M( r'1 r',r)()ml ervd t!rat thl
-hectric Ilghir bili't'n wasr. lo e' to wh'her-
'te sLool ', .f o''I'e li;:t strai' g t',enetd
)ut horIlzoIliIlly tow;nid IlhI intrwI' 'l
lie t'!islled oh the t light with ht li ,t hert
'I' lt -iii lt' 'lt'lut'nd wl II ;i w hirl I'nl
wilted bef:clt' the e'l:;qiuence of thie
outstretched' vr(-nver iand Miss Mor.
Wly's d.on niarffrig' pose;.
"V.'ho aIt vb,- ti.t:'i" llti t lir;l: r demund-
cd suil ly, iM>(r.irg inte;:,ly in his ef
fort to re,: -gi"'e ihle Hti ,ure allilosi
wht'lhv y n!v(lepepi by the r'a ins.
"A guhslt ht'i "'Miss Morleiy return
ed. vi.i n a 1 i "irI l ii. ,'fre .t i'i so I tlell
-or si.t little-of !he lhuiir-lar's face asi
the trud'9 n'prnit$ul n-rrio See. "VWh'
are yoiI. ad hiii:tt nare yet; doing iP1
Mr. i'Pelhlif .-iifpe?" ""
"3Jut.l takfnig 'tlhe dl ,n'e-ln1 I to fill I
uip withh stis'ks ti.d ibonils Is a siut
prise party for' his-lheis," was the sar'
castlc re'lspiow'e.
"All! Yoti kIoil'iw the o-l d gontlhinai:
is dead. thi'n"' MAiss Morkrly i's!;d.
"Yes. inaiT ee he! And if you .lbi
Ini::ded your owni l:-iiness. I wonth!!
have ioterii.ttl a e lti let stiqiu rli'g of
ac('ct'its wih!i hlinl."
-"W'hii t ..orlhy i:.:i ] In her It-el' sl s let lIN curtains fall
Iw:Iy v n tl .1t1 < ft' irdI in all linrkrgr
u. clh;ir:i; if,,ore thd disguL:ed fit
ru( v r -
lrn-te:'d of .ti'sw "rtiv i the l ur, :ln
:is (ho llt.:i ( i ,'I i'Ill upon her. (rl'pp;ed
hact a pi'ct ifi iina1i if'est s;l'l riste. Sli'
'.-aitel d. atil hi' lit: t urn lie stIrtl'ted( lei
?I L -Ill. .vio -; too v r.n is to ; re t
;I 'I *I i.7i Iv x' y to <':)t iotin.
'e 'ei;t'l:. l,~i0 R i' e ni, d t 'ih ,rstin!l' (the folly
,f a Ill-'I ": ltr'tr .i" ,'i- "I it ;nitl. (rnlin
pled it into hs lfocket. The two faced
,aich other i:i Alis:.. e.
The :::an a:til tli. girl h:id looked for
ward on:e to a ife together. lie was
ashier of -a llhilk until some funds
v t wro ttad~ilhe law .sent hl in to
l)"ISOll for fite ;ears. After ftilt 'he
never c;t-:n bt5 *k to her. though she
htca'd iOf him drifting about lith coun-
try.
"John Gorham: '\Aad this id the way
'.oil come back !"'"the girl just whisper-
d. "V.'h:t-t-whdl did he ever do to
lou?'" she denl:tinded again ine,-han-
aelly an:d as tb,'ush she were gaining

"I- I ev,,r took that money," Gor-
'hain decl'ired. "(l'ovcr Pelham hated
iue bocatnse mny mother did not *are
for hifi as hli' Iid 'wished. It was het
wh., Itiit:,!;d iI' und, In,-to punish
niy ded' fi:lttb .Vh'i said. You didn't
know thatt"
The- 'girl '--hok ;ti'r lieai.-. The re-
volver Ihiind dro'ppe-i d iwht ~pn -the
table, and she ilitilf averted her fac6
and feverish .-yes.
"I was not embittered at first." Gor-
hanm went on, "even though I spent so
long a 'time lit pi'lon. I began life
over again until 'elham found it out.
Then it seemed as if every Tom. Dick
and Harry had learned niy story and
was being paid to tell It over and over
Again. ; --.:
"1 simply had' to give up trying to
earn a living that -ay. Besides, I had
been circunitantially taught to be-
lieve that you had lost all faith In me.
That was easy to believe," he added in
a hard tone, "since :1 never received a
lettr from y .'1 ....
"The letter' were written," she told
him quickly, "many a one."
"More of PelHthqen,' Gor.
ham ventatmet'" t t I Ma- given -upv.-
When I heard .4 lfe old gentleman's
death I deel. 4 o.~come around and
clean out his e.2-? thought I would
keep on at th business until 1 had a
competence; J3n could retire and
live the Inde Mdeit'life possible of a
man 'of meat.
"That's all re'fs to the story," the
burglar con.ke d'except that It was
a pity for yoSe stumble on to the last
chapter. Tli' 'the-way a girl reads a
story, though -
The girl co|headed from his man-
ner that he..; .jnake no advances,
that he won pt even presume upon
their one tIhi rdfhIp.
"It is strand 'tSd you here," she
said; "It is nge.;to be here myself.
I learned yest aymilat my ancle had
adc lIttle p'. noprovlsion for myself
and my mei jf'Bi 1. It distress-
ed me so tbnpcoo,'ot sleep.
"I cawm.1,.dcru bereto see for myself-
and If I 'wme tjM,4hmt we had been
left to the me ol1 miserable struggle
with poverty |_oh,,-l don't know what
I might ltave*"one. I am sure I meant
to steal If I t und anything lo steal. I
wouldn't nt". care for myself, but
mother"- l-,:n
The girl hid almost reached the point


of teinr.. when, with a silidecn effort.
sh<, roused herself 8a0d turned toward
the [lbu'glar-4. wh L0stood impassively
waiting fo"r fevel6ilts. "
"Like Vu-'aseif" .the LIrl tapidly ad-


I
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I'


mirted. "I menint to fall balck
':ife for help. You got thi
Now I c:;in siend you h:ik to
I d"n't know," she muse,,d.
i oubt. "'My (con'-v'if n e won!
1 0e clear if I I 'ent yet u ito 1 r'i '.i
' in" up e(nr'ir than I ldid nym,-
The lnri-l:-r looked Lp with aI
;,rlm synmipathy in his eyes as
flnHer'd the revolver lhe did
to L;e ( shoe- evined.
"Yet it seems to mni." Miss
suddenly anninttced. facing
ilar squarely and with -a litt
"that you ard .1 are a pair o'
kneed cry-1 lles. We have px
ed a few of the werld's bitterly
pointed experiences. iiand w
*whine. Doi't y-u suppose th
we cqi'd lhep ea( h otl.cr to st
stlk 't out-po(il our cour'ag
speak '"
Won'deringly the. burglar l,
her f(;r a momeient as tl'viiiht
feorfnl of somie tinff:t!!onimd "i
hututr lie 1 l:I.d let himself (!It
In aii hutiddl-d lhea) Iside Ithe
Now he lifted hlinself upil)
wnas' Iabot to ecdv!in.e ii step w
stayed hilm with uplifted lian:d
"Iel'n." he implored. "'w
after ill I have been throngi-
literally cast your fortunt)s w
I promise that you shall 'hev
occasion again to be nsh'iined
"No, no!" the girl besou-lit
haste almost hysterical. "'We
up a compact to go Into partner
friends. We have saved ea-
from a crime, and we will st
each' other, and we'll strike this
nrimites before we adjourn. II
yon ?"
"A\rd if the fi ht be a goci
Gorhatm asked softly. "Will y
conCdence then fi me? Oh. he:
With a resolute movement I
ped forward to touch h(r. I
her manner had been. half play
Ironical, but It was altogether
her deeper feelings. With 'a
that brought her figure spl
erect she warded him off.
"*No, no, no!" she conim:intded
here and now. No: but prom
John. promise me here and no
you and I part tonight member
compact to fight the fight of rig
ness. no matter how hard It i
If-If -if you care to see ile."
tered. "you will know how to f
MIut now-nothing but your p
and then-go!"
lie looked at lier steadily w
breathed onre or tiive. It see
If he would)defy hir' and take
himself it spite but finally he turned to the ope
ry door. At the moment of
out he turned and looked at Ih
again. Neither spoke. al1d she
seemed to know the exact his
his leaving. She thou 'hit he wai
ly gone. however, when he
back into the room.
"Helen." he be,:aiit, arid slh
that he would halitvo hii iftrsti
Rwe"'*. "wl'when I ;1til"'on4, 1tlk
abt~ honestly 'to take care'of 3S6
I-come?"
He heard her soft!y speaIk
swer, -and with a gesture of g
he was gone certainly this time
The safe was still open. and s
the papers lay as the bnrghlr ha.
ped them. Helen turned to thr
began restoring them to their
order.
"I pray be will corse ba k a
me," she breathied. "*It may be
while to wait until he can. bu
erty and disgrace-nothing mat
only we may have some happin
last, even the h ppluess that is
all hardship."
She had the will in her hand
In spite of herself, shie opened at
It. ;cfpre she finished she stoo
in her excitement. 'Roiding the
she placed It in the "sfe. and
the iroe door. Then she 'urnei
toward her room.
tTe i eomnin" back when


action Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Sent prepaid
fer 1.00 per box. Will send them on trial, to be paid for
.hen relieved. Samples Free. If your druggist does not
have them send your orders to the
UNITED MEDICAL CO., OX 74. .AN@CTIG PA.

Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchell


DESCRIPTION


TO WHOM

ASSESSED.

Bagras, W S..
McKenzie, R L....


Mormng, Edw't W
Russ,- M W estate.
Coffman, J D,....

Simpsont, D.,...

Thompson, G B..
Simpson, J D'....
Powers, Cora.....
Pra ther,Eliz'beth
Simpson JD .....
Powers, Cora....

Powers, Cora....
Powers, Cora....
Powers, Cora- ..
. Powers, dora.... :
Powers, Cora....
Powers, Corn..... ]
&-imljson, J D....
Simpson, J D....

Simpson. J D .....
Simple. Nestor M.
Unknown........
Pond, Mrs. C K..
Unknown ........
Thompson, G B ..

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


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sw( of nuwu of sw ....... 30
e4 ofof swi of sw+ of swi
and wi of seq of swt of
sWI and wi of net of
sel of swi ............ 3i
lots 1, 2, 7, 8, sw ...... 6
lots 1 and 8, swi........ 6

sw ........, .. . . ... 6
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lots 17, 19 and 20 s-}... 35
lots 11 and 13 si ....... 35
lot 15 si ...... ........ 35
lots 16, 17. 19 and 20 si. 35
lots 1 to 6 inc and lots
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lot 9 si .............,.. 35 -
lots 9. 19 and 20 b4..... 35
lots 13 to 1, inclusive si 35
lots 1 and 2 s4a.......... 35
lots 2 and 4 si.......... 35
lot 7 si ................. 35
1ot. 4 less 20 Jcet in east
Aideand lots 5&6si. 35
lts 9, 15f 17 18 and 20
si .. ... .. ... ..... 35
lots 5 and 6- s. ....... 35
lots 15,16 17 and 18 sw8 36
Slots 4, 5. 6. 7, 8 & 9 swi 36
lot 5 swi ............... 36-
lot O sW ...... ...... 36
lots, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12 and 13
se -...... ... ........ 36
lots 14,15.16.17 &18 r-ei 36
lots 8 and 9 ne.........
lots 12 and t13 ne...... 1
lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 nef. 1
lot 9 nei.............. 1
lots 17 and 18 nwi..... 1
lot 61 sel............... 1
lots 1 and 3 net........ 1
lot 15 swi .............. 36


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on l... honestly take care of mne." she told*
Pre tirsi herself Joyfully.. ";intl all of Uncle
jail. li-' Grover's money is willed to him in
as if I-' compensation for all hli tas suffered
'd nvi' Hle will soon ie bNick for me."
for get She could not sleep any better even
elf" now, but the restlessness bid gifien
light of place to a peace of mind and i perfect
thei irl happiness that were very -ood.
not )ecm .
tlessne.: A 8c o es i, GCild.
Boston has for long enjoyely toe
Morley reputation of having exceedligtly
the bur- learned children who are able, so t s
le color, said, to dispute o.ln subjects far nab:ve
if weak the heads of their elders of othr re-
plerlfne- gions. But B3oston is not unique in
'y ('is:p- a book entitled 'The Scot of the. ;ilght-
evP both eenth Century" Ianl Muclareint des 'ibesi
ilt-- that a similar charact.'-istlec of the ,alt-
,t:d and doni4n.
e, so to It is the Inevitable tendency, of the
Scot's mind to follow out every line to
'okcd at Its terminus, even 1l it be over i preei-
he were piet, and to divide every hair till in-
rd rue finity is touclied. .
op down It is not onty in church (ourti.W but
safe. i'I market places and in railway sa-
.ht and tons. iii bumble cottages as,wind as in
hen slihe university societies, that t.he Scot is
disputing. .n every spare, nr.itwot of
ill you.. his time, from nlorniin: till ni'hIt.
wi'l y'cil The -story goes tltL..t' minister over-
Ith me? heard a mother questioning her ehilld
er lhave as it supped its p(.rridgc. tfier the
of mle." day's work was de;I. .
with a ."What." said this nustere mother.
'II draw "is the true relation between kirk and
rshilp of state, according to the principles of
h other the Free church?"
tand by And the favored ehlid pronitlty re-
s off the plied, '-Co-ordinate juriedi' itIn with
low sOly mutual subordiuati.ni "-Youth's Cuom-
panion.
i oiie?" ..
ou have .Posted on Music.
given In one of the large musk- puLfislers',
lie step- establishments on Brotadway there IPs
Hitherto a man whose vtinpllyauti t, is to be-
ful. half come acquainmtid witl t ll the music of
to hide the day. both n effort When pnrQspecttve purchasers tire un-
lenddidly able to .JAlighten tile other 'Irks of
th' Ipl,.e v's to wh;at they \vw t t ) Ity,
1. "Not the:- ure r i-ferrcd to l.'ni as a,court cf
ise lne. last tv'" )al.
w. that "'I .-Lh to g t a pihii thlit has Lber.
'rs of a running thrm,ulih my helad -v-cr since I
;ht'eous- heard it." a:.s ihe( di:-rr.:ctitd tustoum
nay be. er. "but the trouble is I <1.''t know
she fal- 'he title cr the oIup(x,.c'r's in:ile."
ind me "How does it go?'" irnuires the spie-
romlse. ei.'li :t s.weetly.
"Sc'cnothbig like this: Tuui-(l-tl, tUm.
-hile he tl-tl."
tmtd as **Ah. yes: y<(u will. ret It at the
her to second t (ou'tr to ycur ri.'.'t. Aok for
eight (do. the 'Pin'k \V1ves ,1ilt7.' W I)y. Strawss"
i) libtra And the romarkl.'Tit thi ltji ii;bnt it i,
passing: trhi It la Se- ettoin. fl' ever. beer,
er o)i' known to fall.--New York Post.
ha rd l.
tait of Prct'*- Qu '.ic!'.
is sure- O vr-rYou en'y the chu:iuffeur soul
stepped d his horn just as the ma hMin ftru<
S, I 'le ma-n? VWitness,-Yes,. ir Offer
Stlneww .V:a the victltn killed instantly? Wi.
n4i an -.ess-So instantly. sir; th-it he min
1' O"tol o'.ive hbeird the echo of that hOT n-I
td m.t :he ne xt world.'

her antl Hi- Cbiec'ien.
ladness The Da holor-Marriage is a fame 4,
chance. The M.lrrled Man-And yot
omne of have cons' lEnti us fruples against
d drop- gambling? The PBahelor-Not exactly.
"'e and but I have against drawing a booby
former nrlze.-Phbledelplii'r Recerd.

gain to
a long
it pov- L. M. WARE.
tters If
ness at
nearly St. Andrews

s, and.
nd read
d erect -
paper,
closed
d back
the can a a I


I


Sold in :t. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. McneN
Catei r o FrREE SA4PLE
Pretty Slow.
Horace L. Moore was Wtlutenart'colt
nel ef 'the noted Nineteenth Kian a
eavalrvy. He could lead men for a lonig-
er period without 'rest on a single ra-.
tion of cheerful gocd humor'ItNad any
other officer. ,Though not give-n to
,jokes, he was the reputed author of
as many astonishers as the great IAn-
coln.
One time, on the march, he seht ai
orderly with a Tilessage to an offlM40 ai
some,, distance. Before the maq- was
out (f hearing Mocre..siuuted: *'lhay,
ordprl! orre Ilh k hb re!"* : -- **
He nCfne h ni", r14k ;tvtdi, SlftI:n 11imp-
ly In the saddle.
More Cropped .his voice and. assumn-
ing-a halfcofifidential manner, n1quir-
ed. "Or'di'rly. In the course cf your life
.have you vcer ecen a Enail? .?
"Yes. i:r.A"' was the astonished eptr.
"You mnit himn. then," replied Moore,
"for you'd never overtakte.vne!"


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T .8 : '4 e guaranteed i yow ?e

Graded SBLools, Statesviue, .C., .. "' msy
they do : l .a elaim for them." Wsit. M. Devote,
RavD Rook, .V., write,; "They gtnulyermlntI-I
faction." Dr. H. D. oIct, Coirkg ., wr. s.:
"b Inpraot. of 2 yea, I aD, ftnt a oto
equal your..': Pmc, Ntn,. Sample 1r4.. Seed
y t..MA""N.. A TRUDY., nLA BA*TC., IA


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Into- 'UaMcefMl DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
suburba te. at put
Whereupon mid eight araet No ices hereby iven that the followii'ag dscrib'd lands will be sold at pub-
Wlaghed so lon1ind loudttt 9 wa lic auction ,on the 7 Ii nuy ot Junt, 1909, at the East door of the Bank of
overheard' by ,te policeman on the St. Anjdre's, Fla, or so muolh tht roof as \\ill be necessary to pay the amount of
eaoer, who, r ,iuling the laugh, ktn.- the town ta es herein set opposite to the same together with the cost 4of such
mediately fled a place Of safety.- sale and adv-rtisin. Town Tax-s fu'tlie Tawn of St. Andrews, Fla., for. 1908.
ludge. C L, ARMSTRONG, Town Tax Collector.
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A .. . .. :
An eTy, on Mal. .
Man that Is bWIW of woman fs atrffff
potatoes and fet ib a'Hbill. He riLeq,
up ,today and ffourifalhi like a rig-
weed, and tomorrow'or next day tho
undertaker hatti bhtat l e goeth forth-
in the morning warblilg like a iarrW
and is knocked ouif 1W "ofe round and
two seconds. In the midst of life he Ws
in debt, and'the t*rx collector pursues
him wherever, he'. goeth. The.'banlster'
of life is full of splfters, and he slid.'
eth down with' considerable rapildtyi
He cometh home at eventide and meet-..
eth the wheelbarrow In his path. 'It
riseth up and smiteth him to the earth
and falleth upom' him and runneth onO
of its legs into' his ear. In the gentle,
springtime he utteth "on his summer,
clothes, and n blizzard striketh him
far from home and filleth him with
cuss words and rheumatism. He buy-
eth a watchdog.. atd when he comettf
home from the' club the watchdog
treeth him and sittetl near him.until
rosy morn. He goeth to the Vacd
course and betteth his money on the
brown mare. and t bay gelding with
a blaze face winneti. sle mparrieth a, ''
red headed heiress. wvol a wart oh bet
nose. and the next day the parent at-
rester goeth under with a.erasf ahn
rent liabilities and cometh home t o
Ive with his beloved son-in-law. -

Marine Rubber Chewers. 'I-
The sailor, taking: a e
band front the stationery sp ay,
gnu to chew it with. vigious ,nJoy-
n a e n t , .. ' ,
"What are you up to tble it' aarled.:
the. druggist.
"Just rubber chewin'." -ald tb'
'or. "It's a habit with all hts navy i
lers. Keeps off gtMa-heddaebe.
"Of course yoti aft landlubber,
know nothing about it. But let WE WK
you. mate, whenir -a fxree tnt-*.N
goes off aboard. ship. the Jar shatter,
winders, splits planks and bringsyourt
lower teeth up: against your upper
:ike a straight left from"'oHlJohn L.
"The result is a gun headac-he-nsuel.
a headache! P.ut- If you'. chew rubber
In firing time It eases off the shw'k ali
y'ou dbt't suffer none. I heetn chbik*in'
it steady ever ,sie M.anila B'."j ''."j
T. tibbler ,.hewing-whIdtt a tasty
habit."" saliI the druggit.
". 'Tn rbewtn's wobree.". i'W fr
'n reply.-New Orleans lW&Wi.
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For Sale!.
We offer for sale a strip froni the
.south. side of the morh half .of th l
north "st quartet of section 1. tpw'f-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, rainulfbg
from tbe school house to W at tel o
adjoining Millvile ou the soaft. W.n be
sold in acre, qiwertr. Or l Ifad~? lots.
The.,price asket wi bO. .an0 ng to
location. W A. lfWI I

TWO MAPS.
ONE DOLLLAR FOR
A NMAP O()F WT. AiIkI~WV U'(jl'
0x50 jinbelie, cwervertly pltlat'ed an'l
iloWilgi a)l trie mo re impla|rlt
bailiigi-s-in ,of gret v'r'a!e o a.y-
one contenipla.ting I' purchahNikg proI -
e;'t\ in t;,i n. 1 *,,veri'ablnut f,,tir
tiile us ( coast I1Ie,,'. *em i'.1 il1g ea;1,
wardl froi1) Dvyer's Pi'.i.t .,, and,l. t'a.
braeing O ,l St. Antllr,,'s, w:ith e;,,r.
ras(>oniding territory. inlaInd. 1P'ice
011e Dolilar,'at the DBOY O te. ,
A Io .
FIFTY (ENT1%i FOR
A SECTIONAL 31A NPTO IIi ST
ANDR EWS B A Y ('O(JN I''y.
Showing tifl the la\ .,i *,i.-F,,e.. f I' .
the Cincinnati Un), a ", al},, |on I.r
Uiianron, rarker.* ('ronait, r ain
,l aent country. The ,p;It ,f l "*
l I,,s is .~.>wnt. hut ly (.,. 8 s! .i
h in' nliIp Ine a| l.phi..Xiiimnr( ]C i . ,)
nl. h Fillv..C(nts, at th'e :Buoy Office.
Kitiher mnap will be sent lby nlAil to
any address ,or, receipt ol lihe prire.




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