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: June 3, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00113
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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Parker--Posmster, F. M. Boutelle; Notary
Public. W. H. Parker.
Calloway-Posatmster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-Postmastet. Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster .............
8outhpo! t..--P-aiaster, R. Barnett.
ay- p tables, Mirs. R. Gay.
;yhead--Postmaster. M. Mashburn.
Cak-Postmaster. J J. Fowler.
rbtp-o-.Postmistress, Mrs Dyer.
F 'irm e'Posntmaster. James M. Murfee.
Co.y,. Cro manton-Postmaster. Nora
AFrm a'le-Postmaster W. F. Woodford.
laptist-Chburch Wyoming ave. and Pearl st.
SUndaySahool everVt Sunday at a, m.
l Meritdist Eisco pal-CChhreu Washington Ave
dd ChestnutSt. Sunday Schbol 9:30 a.i.
Sny' ever y., Rev. F. Wiernian, pastor.
Prebyerian--Chuftch corner Loraine Ave. and
Drake St Sunday School at"9:3o a. m. every
Shnd-." John Sturrock. Supt. J. H.-Round-
tree, pastor. -
Catrolic-C"urch corner Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St. r
Parker Lodge No. 142
F. & A. .
: Regular Commu-
I nicationson the first
and third Saturdays
in each month.,:i

U. E PALMIDM; Secretaryv
S iNO 6IN?,1 8 UIIEC'TOR.,

1 Andrews.t
bpetor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Germany. ,ChronikDiseases .ard.dis-
owes et Womengad 'Children my Specialty.
Notary Public for State at Large. So uicitsoictioa
businessin this jurisdicty perion.rmed or y

Of Andrt Bnkofs. St.Andrews.
o40tary Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
coraer'of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notavial work solicited and given prompt
justice of the Peace, Dist. No. s. Office at resi-
dence in West End, St. Andrews;,but carries
hfts seat'ith him' nat his business and is prepared
to apply his .j to instruments, wherever
tund. A ten todfficial business in his fris-
diction, Collections a specialty. ,
---i i..PARKER.
NotarfPubtic for the State of Elorida at Large.,
Offi.at Pd, Fla.- Conveyancing and pay-
umet if taxes for nod-residents,tspecialties.

Chess Word Wanderers.
At Interestlrtg,, set yf,w<,rd wander-
ter cluster ,,abut ,,he ,nihe of crihess
"Shah." tthe r'ian word for king.
WiA porcl]pted i. Jt,'nch ,to .efchcc,"
wh ti ht~al Ibwen iratisfi.rifed fiti kng-
itsh, as "cheMk." Our verb and noun
cheek, in most of. 'he corutiioin ues'
habs qriseu from the cry- of'"Check!"-
Ilterally Klug" or "look out for your
I klngr'-whlch i' gv"i when a player
puts his oppotm'nt's king In danger
When a planer hasg imtI1 bl kn)fg if such a ecrdlthurt that he can-
not i h TeSrted 41 cries "'Chbkmnatie!'
a C!"oW'100tl o Of.thp, Pprslan ""Shah
SIrtTi "The king' Is deid!" -The
Ae~lmrOA d was called in otd Frenche
an *"eschequier." F') thIs word are
derived our "checker." -Itlh verb and
aopun:. "cthe'kert," the h;hi iie f or
:tpwr: ume' pin red on tim sirntlm kind
SILoi4si. ar' "xclje tter.5. i, edif
q p at'coudt of thel chckpred cloth -on
.whibh ncconutfq were formerlyy calc..
Wted.-M11Dnunpolls Journial.
IL. -'' . T w r T .. .....hin.

The blushbig tree gets its ame from
#1. change of line It assumes when
the rain falls on' It. As the drips
drench the leaves, gradually but un-
,'altakablytbe gren tnt lgiv0sAway to
alsik..I. na few miuf it the grewn
fades from sight, Otnly in a few hal
hidden spots beneath broad branches

monte. when the'sltiiw'er is over. theI
+tree assumes Its famillair green once
more. Certain tiny insects, iinId not
thbe tre. Itself. chutige color These
piecIliar Ipnrnsltes are possessed of the
power of < hu mileotr In the warm
enashine thly ire greener than 'the
"tfre on wliich they jirt. but when the
cirnh ruin fanlls upon them they con-
urpc.t theft tiny backs fd become a
etty.,plpf.to flt. Iflons" 'of these
cinge. ihP.ntlre apperarncef'6f' the
tiw. Dud .tafke it seem If be blushing.
-, Packing a Trunk.
"Mv deer; I cannot get any more
things In. and yet i'er'ythlng in the
trunk Is "-lutely Indlspensable."
STse, btit the queistn is. "Which of
the rinc slutely indispensable things
ean we do without f"'

SBees that nlmxi--honuey In thisr mouths
*aTe ;stings in 'their taSll- Scottlsh


orthree extra numbers will be tent
you that no brenlr nry occur should
you-choose to renow.

The Buoy hast been requested to
publish the following: and to com-
ment upon the question involved;
but the Buoy has to confess that it.
is not sufficiently familiar with the
Wailes-Peard controversy' to com-
ment upon it intelligently. It can
say, however, that it hat received
a copy of tthe message and an ab-
breviated synopsis of ,it with a re-

other newspapers of the state, and
the people of Florida generally,
that the legislature, though not re-
pudiating the claim is creating a
condition with similar results.
No better argument has been of-
fered in support of the effort of
Colonel -Wailes to get this claim
into the courts of the state than is
contained in the governor's mes-
sage itself. This document from,

ques to publish the latter if it could beginning to end is a mass of cts,
not the entire message. As the contracts, resolutions, accounts,
message would more than fill two opinions, guesses, coiiclusions and
such papers as the Buoy, to the ex- other more mystifying and confus-
clusion of everything else, arid it is ing matter that positively and for-
doutful if any space would be left of ever precludes the average legislat-
one issue if the abbreviated mes- or-for no other reason than tack

sage were to be printed, it must
beg to be excuesd, and it would dis-
like to feel that it had incurred the
displeasure of the governor through
the omission,.
The following fg reproduced from
the Lake City Index:
,On Friday ,t .. Governr. GQi;-
cbrtst sent a special message to the
legislature on the Wailes claim. In
the opinion of the Index, there was
no special reason for sending in a
message on this subject at this
time, as both branches of the legis-
lature had previously declined to
favorably consider the Wailes claim.
But the Governor's message,
which covered fifteen pages of
closely typewritten legal-cap sheets
offered little if anything new in re-
gard to the history or merits of the
clain. An explanation as to why
he thought the $25,000 appropriat-
ed six years ago, and a suggestion
tion as to.a division between Wailes
and Beard, were included in the
message; but these, too, are intan-
In another message to the Senate
on Monday, the Governor, in refer-
ing to the Wailes claim message,
stated ehat certain newspapers of
the state had int mated, directly or
indirectly, that the legislature had
repudiated the State's solemn ob-
ligation and that, in order to. have
the people know ,that the honor, of
the state is protected, he had sent
.copies of the message to these news
papers for publication, but so far
they.had'reffised to do'so.
The govehori, in: the opinion of
the Index, cannot consistently feel
aggrieved because the message has
not been vrintel. Its contents
would fill the columns of the aver-
agge weekly paper, to the utter ex-
clusion of all other matter, and the

of time to study law and history-
from mastering the details of the
claim, that a reasonable and just
conclusion might be reached.
The Index having been one of
thb governor's most ardent support-
ers in the last campaign, and feel-
ing that its editor can still claim
1the tightJ to be his friend writer
this in explanation and defense ol
the country press of Florida, those
papers which were his strongest
supporters when he needed them,
and which do not deserve his cen-

Following are the names of jurors
that have been drawn to serve at
the spring term of the circuit court
for Washington county: .
J D Dykes. S W Sigler.
J M Payne.4 C P Mills.
M S JSpann. G F Gainer.
J D Raley, W J Parish.
J D Nixon. J L Buchanan.
J M Hightower. W 0 Hutchins.
Levi Johnson. G Worthington.
J W Bowen. R LScarlett.
Dallas Finch. J F Russ.
David Miller. M M Berry,
J G Grant. H D Mercer.
R C Home. M P Williams.
John Kent. M Seipes.
W J Levins. C C Carter.
J M Brock. W L' Tharp.
J M Harper. A R Wells.
A D Campbell. Madison Bush.
FM RTisis. 0 L Pippin.
All Unre*eipted.
A titled Englishman was speaking of
the impoverished nobility of the old
"What a German friend of mine said
of his family Is true of too many fami-
: lies. My friend was agraf. I. was vis-
iting his castle on the Rhine. He
showed me- there one day many proofst
of hi, race's antiquity.
''Dear me,' said I, stiffln g a yawn.
1 had no Idea you went back so fir.
"He pointed proudly to an old steel
bound chest of black oak.
"'WhY, my boy, 'adi td ; U,'Tv dgot
bills In there dating back to the
twelfth century.'"

415 .ipaltn IW id iVt-U. vi
the salou .ii Al1 standing ,
tlbAIt 'U i-AlMat r orrstile itI
woat.iBAd l- tent of the nDC
Wild West shwtv
The girl, who rPlapa.dnrk gr en co
duroy divid kltk-a1 horl whilt ot.:.
with frfagM IeMe .i"rk td:'" hiandkei
chief knot d 'bbo r soft throat :111
a cowboy' s' t ol 'bJi.red-gold Winll
thrust off b haI withh her gaunimi
feted onue&an gav, I11ti i merry lool
underneath. llhIch are datiuante an
determination,' t -l .
"Bobby Fi ststh4" B'rhe crie.', "it
me for the shw f' -rer"
The young'iann dift face turftoe
"My ring, please. nnStte!"
The girl'sa d ng' "e p pc a p'le,
and lal tbfI h otttretcl,
ed pafl. .Ti@nkf4 a ii'in'l lOng
that mijt ed At. af s -;b. sh,
bowedmIenpcktIgl.'l' fo/ him unch lift
log the tent fil(%1A5tf4#ehred within.
It w as gB l Blifti' to whill
these two belqtid. 'i it *-an a pret
ty good Wild'-Wit stow. and Atinett.
Lucile BlossNAn-%ws the best "cowg-Irl"
rider of the (*pvy vat dnshledl wl'I.
a day fearlwaV' ninund the arena
How she eound 4jde--vun' better ih'r,
the daring y.V~(e wr(i of aoi of thi
show's owne7n1 ho ore ewiti him nanom
and then for FP henel oif the p"riilc
Robert Fe'si.tbe. t. most dairln.
rider of th e lys. l ipr-:de otf th
troop. nlwny dhai ed to see th,4
Blossom rJdli 1 hehe glanced ove,
the ropes an itw so0 vtoninn Fpea
tatow lookhiL rat6 &ik.," llgnlle;:
,'nd then 41 -t'aw 'Anne'tt,
nasrWr A West 1Wh the bny p:>n
with ti lWa-i'.v 'O nIlhk. l.ftashoul
-ler. sor bute erring it
mnaIl mni Yvc t or g r

na family.. h l ec known for hi
hersnmannshlp"en evr "v-estern ranel h
Refk less of nature n ready for a
frolle. he had not sa(nl'No" when be
qlou!ht lby tlw msinanmo of The nev
Wild West show to Ji It.
On the day thnt .hepi ed flie troup<
-a spring day In Oklahoma-he first
saw Annette dlisentangling her skirt
from a Cheratee raugobush With the
courtesy to a..woniad4at is the outh
Prner's birthilght Fwythe ofCered t,
assiet her. ,t .
When Itht' oriagt'ere conquered
Annette was no lorr" heart free. amn
Forsythe wept ba to hlil quarter-
feeling lkt_. pe -1 has looked Int.
paradise and Iecet*1 n blow In Ih,
face. .
'That life might all rlffittfor I
uman. but nl his I e it wiras lile i
crime for fr'a. r st ilhlan to rid'
thus for exiittlll, "
Wan ,i Nlg r ho|rlous J pan
ty. nv-h he I .-yI f he 1 o,-. as piblil,
Shintl us rhe afi less wuniiian In th
I'-orsyte rlniel Lls. hard. In aft
er weeks h:(eIl. his hands ninuu.
hnlis lie e d himself for th- ,
ilamne of ud"i t lat the gullles
Vorutn girl b hi led in his hriai
anid for the filact he could not hol,
aloof from her.
It was ln.\'i whe. midsum
mer and thU sh entered Canada to
gether. thai he w aside pride an6
tradltia' Annette that he
loved her.:n,0 the girl. for whom
since the Aprlly In Oklahoma all
commonpla'e t s had been bathed
In glory, bw ,P 4e f tQrment.
iFrsythe- he moments'his ring e
shdb"'bn theFi r to beseech her to
leae.t4be sa0 w qo fit plate for a
refned wo0,m1n3 A
r kinau -, .se, ow's owners, t
eid bht# er, but the spell
Q tJtJ circus anpd, secure, as g
she fboabt. ,hi t'he's love, she t
laugh.ed at ,ksiL .' (

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Buy, sell and deal in real estate, note stocks,

bonds, etc.. J.- >1 t -

Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity rtmce.-

Lend nnd borrow money, both as priipal and

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:'rt-thl; -repw |Irk with luutbinit f
.ii. teMt life. I.very part ft the per
fr r'nnwn- disgusted him
Forsyt.he overtook her Jifit outside
the dreftng tent tW& witb humiliation
and besuiAt"ff'r to( marry him that
evenztn aunI tfe him take her home to
utith' C(arollua.
She refused laughlngly, but when he
demanded] that she .tlop riding luime
diately. even though shl did nIit mu:rrs
him, his arbitrary tou" anngered her
and it ended iu a Ibro: en en gaepentl
For two niouthb l-'ot'flhe gave n'
sign of wishing to rerrepv his friend
ship with Annette. but treatfJ lwtr with
a formal politeness that rendered her
"' WIsh he would leave the show."
lt h djtA but b remained.
the quadrille oit ' oX tk she
never-was his chosen partner again.
and when he had to touch her flnger,-
In an Interchange of movements his
face was stern and Inscrutable and
his hands were like ltc'.
Annette's friends were not told of
her broken engagement, but they no-
ticed that her blue eyes were often
dark circled and that In the riding she
rode fastest and most tt fdly of all.
At last they arrived In south Texas.
Hturylon towardl1 Mexi.o, the show
Sopped ant the smnll tnonsaonly. There
eame a right of terriflc rain that soank
ed the ground until It was dangerous
for riding, but an exhibition was held
whatever the weather, so 2 o'clcbh tp
the afternoon saw tEe performance at
its height.
The parade around the ring was over
-broncho "busters." Indians. Mexi-
cans, cowgirls and cowboys, Cossacks.
all had passed in review. The stage
holdup and the Indian dance were over.
Then came the cowboy feats of ditfi-
cult riding. .*
1iobert Footlythe rode most reckless-
ly of all-vaulting o 'er his galloping
horse, supporting his weight solely by,
one hand clutching the pommel-around
the arena.
The Cossacks, most daring riders of
the world, hated him for his skill, and
Forsythe In the latter weeks of his
misery had become mo0e reckless In
riding than-even a Cossack.
"Somebody's going to be hurt to-
day." remarked one of the spectators.
"Look at that fellow riding the gatife
little sorrel with the white feet, wofff
"Somebody's going to see his finish,"
remarked the performers behind the
weather beaten retiring curtain. An.
nette shivered and whitened fti she,
listened,* *..
"'1h oLrreVs downn!" rang a cry.
be tafmr" '~Reptwd a m P their
s'ats by hundreds. The horse strug-
gled up and shook hinwself-nnihurt.
The man lay still. Then came n won- :
an's scream from bet~fd the curtain,
"Oh. Bobby., Bobby Bobby!"
The young man was raised and has-
lily carried out. Tihe program contin-
ued as If nothing bad happened, and
the show moved 9n that night toward
When Robert Forsythe. bruised and
with a broken'leg. opened his eyes In-
the City hospital late that evening the,
tear stained face of the best cowgirl
rider of the new Wild West show bent
over him.
lie stared at her a moment wonder.
"Oh. Bobby." she whispered humbly
and uncertainly, "If you still want me
I'll leave It-I will-1 will!"
A transfiguring light came in For-
syth'.s eyes. "When?" he asked ea-
"Now." she answered, "thbs minute,
Bobl, '"
Rohert fumbled weakly In the purse
whl h the nurse handed him.
Presently the ring that had been
aken off in Kentucky was put off in
Texas. and the electric lights that
t-winkled within the hospital walls
were as the lights of heaven.
Presently Robert Forsythe broke the
"Annette." said he, "will you WOeind
very much-if-ff"-
"If what. dear?' said Annette. "I
Fon't mind anything except you. If
'If." said Robert, smiling quizzical-
tf. "We sftay with the show. Tou
know, I kind of like It now. And
can't let that sorrel beat me."
Very Gently.
"How do you tell bad eggs?" queried
he younf? mousewife.
"I never fold any," replied the fresh
grocery clerk. "but if I bad anything
o tell a bad egg I'd break ft gently."-
Thristtan Guardian.



By Nellie Cravey Gilfmee.

Copyrighted, 1909, by Associat6d
Literary Prens.

Farrington turned from the bookcase
with a little gesture.of annoyance. Hls
shakespeare, of all voWltliti How
sttipl f er Th1onms to hate let out bid
books without his knowledge or con-
mlaI. -Op wetlrto~d. pfasewd
Awl3 faTO go. igggc.^
RocbefWali." Presley bad nabbed
But thW;was a tittle too much. Is-.
peclally th view of the fact that "Ham-
let" was playing that night and there
Were a cotlpie of passages be felt he
must run over.
He crossed the room fnipntlently and
pushed t if call bell. It was answered
at once by the redoubtable valet.
"It seems still more of my books are
missing, Thomas. I am afraid you
have been careless. I can't locate that
red calf edition of Shakespeare any-
"YoU. left orders, sf-:eogging your
pardonu-to accommodate any of the
young gentlemen"-
"When I rushed off to Europe. eh?"
A whimsical smile mmad its trasil'ent
passage across Farrlngton's sco;vling
face. "Very well. I presume you are
right. I was a bit upset, I remember.
You may go.
But as the man started toward the
door he called him. back.
"By the way, are there any book-
stores hereabout?t*
"No first class ones, sir.",.
"Any-er--first class, neigbnqfs?"
"A few. sir." -
"Goeedf ScfffMtftgg around aid find
me a Shakespeare before night and
I'll"- .
Eut Thomas had already disappeared.
C '* *
..nrj r!e IInyward was Just coming
out of the front door when Farrkng-
tcn'*. man steprcd f ofm the, veranda.
HiJ r qucst iurpil ed lbcr a little, but
she ver' glac.d,' ludecd, t' be able
0o racconmmcdate th '
Se ,iA'l h ,cpy of Shn spepro somi
fhorire.. ihe said. an cold, buitired one,
ubt lii3 masterr" was wl-omnie to tb.
,se of-lt."eepalnty, Aufidw' r a-
brary to coar, ih for i t.
What sort of people #y#re they. any-
how, the new neighbors who hbad just
moved la thb (day before artd were nl--
ready beginning to otrow people's'
books? she wondered g4od nattiredly.
At last she came ifross the rusty
little volume, stuffed to overflowing
with old letters, clippings and scraps
of memoranda.
She held it up and shook then out
In a shower, a swarm of memories
suddenly aroused by the long buried
sight of certain familiar bits of writ-
ing, pressed flowers crumbling to
atoms, yet vaguely redolent still of a
dear, dead past.
With a smothered sigh she caught
herself back sharply from her foolish
reflections and returned to the door
with the book. Thomas thanked her
elaborately and hastened away. Mar-
jorie waited till he had passed up the
short stone walk of the- house next-
door. Then she buttoned up her coat
and warned down the gravel path to
the gate.
A a *

w-b6 minutou dew I4 kia be fthth.e"
wtappe* ibilitdfitntiod. Dt ladt he bi&
gan again to sl1prip# -'feps iliPawfJmv
through his frgora, whe.a, 8bftutfY1
they came In eohU1ta~,3 tb'lth "t'f~w

ire giaimced closer. alrnog. Lfotmd
ly. anW started aanquib imhis 4~t'
ed stopidly Vpon an etib4mcr *a n
onV (it the piges oam t "d Ie
full to hiMefmael!-#~'ss4 In arieor
Thu3a-ward's ciettt. VeoitcIaaee
hilt dl Wcet@cf tient* a'd1*bet
hid both I ited ift the;s m9' ly ttle"m G.
ern town
1'"ItJcut a gPc..nd tb f 'if "'t
wh~thet bef should (P t; iou d. m~oe~

ter from Its Inclovrp-~*~4 ~ )
Deor *Iattar I k>;i~p.

tW4W to Iff -r aF w 7SW i-
qfifitrel separate us fdr life t.fQO4I1 o w*
nighth. I shall be walting fdor 3ou. As
For an Indeterminate plice 'WfVltey
Farrington eat b4t Pttiffi'd. : What
hid hapftehed? What rou'd It mean?
Flad she changed hbr mind about send-
ing the letter, or had there been some
oversight, some carelessness. In the
And Marjorie herself, where x'fa shf
now? Could If be that she i Wa ltsr
than a block away' at t nhi mlnn*-'
Perbaps she was married. Or was sthe
dead, and had fate chosen this Ironical
opportunity to thrust an added misery
into his bitter memories?
Farrington was not a mani to bero
and haw., He thvoiqM fq tckly. fOtO be
acted wIth pbporttonateidispa'ft It'.
took out hi watch. ;it was' almost
8 In fifteen minutes he was rlaiging
the doorbell next door.
But he was deaUwd to lisappoint-
ment. Miss Hayward .b,-g tf
"Hanilet," at-flfti on 5ut+rfed do*l
fi@ a tenue that led to thd'layhouse.
Luckily, his ticket nwas to be cal* %4.
at the box ofMee. ,1 lvti ageoo seat
and commrtanded a sweepitlg vilw of
(he audience. .,
After the first act their eyes met-
locked-across the pept of fae s teff
orchestra. TW gfr t pated., Iused
and pdtted again. Then hbe eyes fell
away from the deep. ardeirt gaie fivy
eted upon her. '
After- the play Frt'rfngfoft utrfoffed
hfiself at the door, but Marjore left
by a box entrance. and he went honle
wih a sinkIIg- ite A tI4' u + unt-,
&. *. " -- e- .
Te rl .shefl.,pt.v asinyf
pink wpen bie opet.:d lhi- ...r:itra at
6 the'next mnrni g T'lhtfnow. tHtffd,
a rainbow of colot it W ie'e, ga rdlu bjL-
.loma i14 atrV raft.

Budtenly the door of the house
across the way swung open. rA4 to
young wom n tn h frf itWi' f t 'i'ff'.,
Ing. dress, suit case Ilh and. etmer, I
upon the porch.
Farrington caught n (1Osperate b re-'.
The northbound tral:i leit lin twelve
minutes, and he W s 9~,* s.*.i
robe and slippers.
After Providence li.d thus deliCf.t'
bly tossed then t .tp':er nn.ti sl 1
was running nwny' T.ii Af.'.
Seven minutes. In. '',:e' *.' .r t'1
groomed, he w-l .~eJ upi tu the ,.pin t.ut
form of the flrl rd,. Jumped <41t
and sent ThoiaR P.i44t.ln: e! lo!.ormal)
In the runalJmt. .. "*
ais 1f0y*0nd W 'llfff t EftfF#4fterD
th1 ticket *nifdow ,as IhI ,n'nr" Ii,>. tn: .
again their eyes' met. hers evaiilvie..
his with the old e&mppl i"r, pr wr ,,' t
had never known how tI;h1 .'
. "Walter!" The namn wayJ.it .
"I just received your nisa1'na.':(' :r d tr
he said. "and that is wh~1 it ItI'IIh",r.
He displayed to her. bc'wlller"! :ol'
the faded writil i'on r'ellorwe ,. --v

Farrlngton took the volume eagerly, .' .............. -*..
turning the yellowed leaves with deft "Why," she brenth.. --' .r : '-
fingers till he should come to "Ham- "why, I don't nder'tand. I wr ,
let.. But suddenly he paused, his
eyes narrowed curiously and his heart you that letter over nine years a, e
gave a startled jump. A brief extract F some reason w I I not pr
frout "The Merry Wivee of Windsor" yFor some reason wa fth. wnrI.-t
caught his attention. "Ask. We no rea- eenthe sa p ent It w f- eled. e fnt
son why I love you, for. though love it en the little 4old S tnwftel C ufud
use reason for Itt precision, het amits t r e a tte togeth'^.
The passae ws he ~ vily apder- "And which I have 'ver a' ;eI
The passage was hea ..y ader- since you went away._" iae r-r -'-t
scored, and below it were scribbled -In a little o wen awy av .'
In corroboration the Initials "M, H."'- '.T engefiftef m -. ilfi a Ift ii
"W. F" They were hers-and his exclamation iafl1orfietoredI towvord
Marjorie Hayward! The name sent the train. Farringto took 'her Puit
his tbohgbts ttmbling tumultuously case from her
back over the Vgst, selit the blood tin- "Where are you going?" he asked,
gling even to fits erlids HoW many T'o Pittsburg. And you?" .
years-nearly ten,--stace lie had called "Whe'eveT you are-always."
that name. Yet hoow many- days, in- A nd y e ped aboard the .mov-
deed, had It been absent from hs i ug tral, p
heart? .-. - ,

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W. H. Milton, President.

President. John Milton, 11I. becy-Treas.

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$ 2o00,000.0 .

secure Court, official and other bonds.

Receive, hold and disburse money and act als

trustees and agents for others..

By special agreement will lend money for oth-

ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment.

lItE-CTORS.-John M. Dillon, John Milton, jr. H. Wtson.foht Milton; Ill. H. H. Lewis.J. E. Gammon, J. B, Brooks. N. A. BaltseH and W. H. Milton.
SAddress; W.H. MILTON, President. Marvanba, Florida.

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W-A R J T I M E.

The Tarpon arrived from the'
south at 9 o'clock, a.. m., Friday
and from Mobile and Pensacola at
.9:304o'clock a. m. yesterday.
The steamship Manteo, arrived
from New Orleans, via. Mobile and
Pensacola at 7:30 a. m., Tuesday.
The schr Lucy H.. arrived from
Pensacola, Sunday afternoon and
eft for North Bay Points, Mo nday.

(' Very Qulet. O
IFAty VIPltor That n,w girl of Vour
seenis very nie' aind quiet Mlisrems of
te lIIonne- Yens: sh'w very inilet., Shc
dWwinrt ,even dintsirt, the Adust twheij-
She's cleaning the rooin.
The Sufferer.
*"* yonr mother a miuffrngerte. IIttle
4oyI '
"I should any not I'a to the on' that
'nuffers in our house."-Detrolt Fr*.

The following table record.- the max,
Mthum, minimum ahd mean te-ipera-
thres the rainfall and direction of the
wind for the twentyrfonr.hours ending
af ? o'clock p. m., as. inditsated by IT. S.
nstrumneat .
Date...... i ,.n. W-in
SMay....26 86 74 8o .00
1 27' 87 75 81 .00o-: s
S 28 81 69 .75 .00 s
8'rKi 8 70( 77 .00 w
30 89 71 80 .00 sw
'* 31 90 74 82 .06 w
June.. 90W 68.79 .00' a
'871 721 791 .06 I
A Thrilling Resaue.: :
How Burt R. Lean, of Cheny, Wash.
was caved from a frightful death, is a
story to thrill the world. "A hard cold"
he .writes, I"brought on a desperate
Juvw troeWbthat baffled an expert doe-
oer here. Then I psld $o to (15 a vis-
it to a lung specialist in Spokane;. who
did not help me.< Then I. went to Call-
fornia, bWt' without benefit. At last I
reed Dr. King's New Discovery, which
completely cured #e& a04 tw I am a
well a's trr, For lupg trouble, br*,
_ohieb4j, eQ ehb olds, asthma, croup and
.whooping ebugoz its supreme. 5,6c. and
S1. Trial botte ,freea,,Guar pted 4v A.
A. H. Brakeind T. B. D. Gafner.1
Dreeden CIty pf Pleasure.
:. Dresden Is essentially a city of pleas-
WeO-of ftir. wkie irosipects.: of hearty
Eves th pume-h.b t iIw fulisrfe t about
the Elbe Just as the huts of the first
ttter clustered. r cerle of Wendlsb
herdsmen's buts on the right batik. a
Slln of fisher shanties on the left-these
were the unlikely beginnings of Dres-
den. In the sixth century. But the set-
tliBent lay at the only point In the
river valley where a ford was-practca.
ble, teopWtijg the Germans to settle on
the let bank between the Wends and
the swamps, or Seen, unlovely places
that have long since disappeared, leav-
Ing behind only the names Seestrasse,
" Am See and *e orstadt. Indeed, the
'ery name of Dresden Is derived from
the Slavc dreajan,. which means
"dwellers lb the swamp forest."-Rob-
*rt Haveing8chauffler in Century.

4. Not So Short.
.peias supposed to be a poor but
otber*rt soiest young man. while she
was admittedly a thing of-_ieuty.
uuWWlI.ou marry me?" hbe asked.
Noe," she answered.
otUare very short." he muttered.
4ttoe" she replied. '"That's why.
tWer is nothing doing, ip the matri-
monial line." .
"'Oh' don't know," he aneered, as
b eatintited an obese bllibook from an
Inside pocket and displayed a number
.5$1000 bills. "I'm not so short."
Whereupon the unwary maid tried to
np1 upan his neek. but he gracefully
*detepped. and she fell to the: floor in
e aIlat.-Chicago News.

N. Pries pimlt For' Draine.
If Shyouhg man develops a art clasui
business ability .be needn't bother
* about a fortune. MitH professional lal-
eats will find employment at rates
which Wll make the possession of a
tothe suiiperfluous.-Saturday Even-
tag )'est. 4-

S' The Cause.
MTvitg Washington (wiping his lips)
-That was really the sweetest klsq I
iSve ever bar 'ooulse Barkis-I
thought you' woS thvik' so, Irvingv.
Wace pod,. ga Ieou 0 lsaed
onfecnr's sugar.-Jtudge.

-Mrs. Kester received 4 consign-
niptof -new goode on the Matiteo..
-Fashionable souvenir baronial en -
veletes embellished with 'beautiful
Floridasnowy heron, at the Buoy office
S-Mr. P.. Stone wishes the-:public to
be informed that he intends to keep hie
store open every Saturday night, after
-St. Andrews is getting a downpour
of rain this morning, and now, at 8
o'clock, more than one inch has already
-A party of little folks gathered
and had a picnic Saturday afternoon
on College Hill. Everyone reported a
fine time.
.--3lank Warranty Deeds, new re-
vised, improved short torm printed on
good linen caper, 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts-100 receipts in a block.
10clOach. at the.Buov office
-Mis. Jas. Knight andS Pe-el paint-
ed the Ware Mercantile Co.'s store last
week and this week they are at work
upon the Buoy office and. C. D
Knowles's barber shop, next door to
the east.
-A petition protesting against any
ch ige in the rioriaotlon 1bofiddairies
of St: Andrews asW'beeM ibufat'ed and
signed by practically every citizen of
the' town and forwarded to Tallahas-
see to be put before the legislature.
-Handsome letter heads witn St,.
Andrews Bay date line ana views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c per dozen; almo, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen.
at the B 'ov office. ,
-The freight house on the railroad
wharf at Panama City was entirely
destroyed by fire Tuesday morning and
is reported to have been filled to its ca-
pacity sth valuable freight. The
damage.tothe wharf, while it was c6iR-
siderable, is not so very serious.
To;Students bofthe Gulf City Busi-
ness Colteke, St. Andrews, Fla.:-
The Jolly Rover will now give twenty
round trips from Millville for only
9.ob6, fro'm- Panam ciCty for only $1.00.
These rates are so low that non-resi-
dent students may board at any of
these towns.
-Air. C. D. Knrowles, the pioneer
barbe, of St." Andrews does not believe
n doing thing s half way. He has just
had his neat building beautifully pa-
pered inside and has engaged Mewsar,
Knight & Peel to put a.new coat of paint
on the exterior of his shop. Besides
t this he has .ordered the finest chair
'ever set un in St. Andrews and expects
it to arrive by the next boat and ex-
lpects to make still farther improve-
ments and be the leader as he is the pi-
4oneer inIthe business. "
'-The lies' Of the Baptist church
held an ice cream Festival at Ware
H'Ill' last Wednesday night, in order to
raise f.n' for repainting the church.
7' 4e tile more than'to ci ar ex-
Dnses a4 had about two freezers full
of cream left over which they under-
took to dispose of next morning; but
met with no success until they moved
their tables, etc., and opened up for
business on thie 'Buoy office porch,
where they closed out their stock at a
profit of something over $14.
-On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. C.
Clapper, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wills,
Guy and Ralph Wills secured the ser-
vices of Mrs. (W. A. Emmons, with
team to take them to the St. Andrews
cemetery, taking with them several
large clothes-baskets filled with the
Choicest flo vorsiowdecoratc the graves
of departed loved ones and also of the
veteran soldiers reposing there, not
forgeting theneglected graves of many
who appear to have'been entirely for-
'gottentby living survivors. The ladies
'placed a miniature flag and a bbuet
Supon every sol iler's grave. T,.
--Last Thursday afternoon, in spite
of i thunder siorm.a merry little party
Sboarded a lanuch at Ware wharf,
bound for the Gulf, to go surf-bathing.
The little affair was arranged inc'onor
of Miss Nellie Hasselborg of Parker,
who has spent the last few years in

New York city and has recently re
turned. The. party consisted of Mrs.
L E. Ware and two daughters, Doro-
thy and Grace, Mrs. Morton Rynearson,
Mrs. J. H. Drumrond, and son, Her-
bert, Misses Nellie and Ebbk Hassel-
borg, M1is Ina Rose, Mrs. E. S. Day,
Mrs. C. P.' Moates, Mrs. C. L. Merritt
and son, Jack, Miss Ethel Baker, Mrs.
J. T. Gwaltney-and MrsB Purcell...
Cheering* Her L-I ,
"I hear you are going to-marry Char-
"Yes; he asked me last evening.' -
"Let me congratulate you. Charley
Is all right. He Is one of the nicest
fellows I was ever engaged to."
The best o' working is it gives yuon
a grip hold o' things outside yoar owe

She Followed Instructions.
In a certain city. which '1all be
nameless, a literary nman had, asked
his wife as..s W ,: atartlug down-
town to buy1' i f'?np' 4 '*ilrts' for him.
She asked hint wlftaf ftHad, autl he an-
sw e 'ed. "'lze 15.'." ** ".
"Yes, but "-
wo dollarQla ;
S"But I want to linow"'-- -
"Oh. the color? Well. I've liit.yV~of
white shirts. Get nme siofttifng ~fla
won't show soot. Now, don't bother
me any more, please. I'm at work."
She. did not bother him any more'
She went away and Int the afternoon
returned with her purchases. I
"Here are your shirts, John.1' she
said, laying them dowl before him.
'Why, they are coal black, Lucinda!"
he exclaimed.
"Yes. that's the only kind that won't
show soot. 'Ihey are just whot you
told me to Luy. Now, don't bWer ime
by talking about them. 1 have got .to
go and look aiter the children/'-
Being "*game." John took his mediai
cine without protest.-Youth's Com-

A Just Rebuke.
"I am," he said. "deformed. Pads
hide It. Still, deformed I am. and I
want to know why writers always
make deformed persons villlthisd 'Take
'Quaslimhoo' d n VictorA Xfugo's 4'Notre
Dame.' Why, Quasithldo was 'little
better than a wild gorilla; snwitging
from the great bell' and hurling the
priest dowti from the, high tower.
Take the housemaid's clubfoot father
In Ibsen's 'Ghosts,' There was a nasty
old man for you-a nasty, perverse.
evil (minded old rooster, eh? Take Dick
Crookback in 'the. immortal Wiltiam's
play. Take Nosey the Dwaitf In
Hauff's classic fairy tale. Take the
villains In all fairy tales. for that mat-
ter. They are a one eyed, lame. htnchb.
backed. <'lubfooted- Tt.
"It mak s as deformed folks red hot.
this litera y ImpUtation of villainy. It
auscs people lo think we really ar<
villains. Where's the child, after is
course of fairy tales. that cant be per-
-undcd a hunchback's soul doesn't
natch his body?" Cincinnati Fh
ulrer. '

Danger In Eye Poul'Jces.
Do not poulthe au eye lu ,un cir-'
:umstanc'es whatever. Blinding a we
appllcatlion over an eye for several
hours nMust damage that eye. the as-
;ertlons of those professing to ;havw
personal experience iu this. to the coul
rary notwithstanding. The failure ,t,
.vggravate'an existing trouble,by !blin)
Ing a moist application over an ltlliam
yd eye, which application is suppose<
to remain for an entire night, can oiil
')e explained by the supposition that .
,uardlan angel has watched over th-1
:nisgulded case and has dlspla,'eJ. th
;)oultice before It hald .gt Iii its; finp
work. All oculJsts condemn the p'i )
iice absolutely, in every shape a:d I
every form. Tea leaves. brea.l n a-
:n!Jk. raw oysters. ,scripedJ beef. srrai
.di raw turnip or raw potato an. th
itedley of other t'u;ilar rc(aundlcs pnopr
earlyy recomnme-"dd are one and :ll (o~
nalAe of produtrng Irre'iedlal n dan)
ge to the Integrity of hle timssue(s
rhe visual organ.-IF.I ily'IDotor. '

Eccentric Count Bertrand.
Count Iertratsd. who live'l In tPiaril
was a very eccentric tiin. unod to o1.
of his ecentri' it les he 'as' rtild bh'
long life., Once a year he would Itb
take himself to bed and stay thret f(,
three months. On these's occasions L.
would see no one but-his servant. :wli
brought him his meals, and even hli.
he forbade to speak. Just before th
Germuains began the sle;ge of Paris thl
count went to bed. and the servant
true to his Injunctions.'aild' nOthlng 6I
the events going on around) him. 'Oam
day the bread proved so baId the count
demnitnded an explariaitfonl, whereby. of
course, he learned that P'aris was en-
compassed by the enemy. Bringing
out of bed, the count paced' the floor,
repeating, "'What hboid'a Bertrand
do under such circumstances?" Sud.
denly he stopped, exclaiming.' "We
should go to bed!" and to bed he, went
and stayed there until the siege' was
over. ,

Willie Objects.
Among the representatives in con
gress is one whose lack of personal]
comeliness is the basis of. persona:
banter from his facetiously inclined
"Why, Willie," said ,one of them t(
the four-year-old son .of, the congress

man, "how much you resemble your
"Yes, sir," responded Willie, with an
air' of resignation. "Everybody says
that, but I don't think I deserve it."-
Lippincott's Magazine.

Getting a Start..
"Did you secure tickets for the play.
hubby?" Inquired the New York wife.
"I' h-ear, they arp in demand."
"Tbey are. but I managed to get
seats for .t*o. months fiom tonight.
And, by the way"-
"You might begin to get ready now."
-Kansas City Journal.

The Annual Rooter.
"Do" ou know .the difference be.
tweett fl optimist and a pessimist?"
"Ye, s.ndked," answered young Mrs.
Torkins. "All 1 have to do to aee the
difference is to observe Charley at the
beginning and at the end of a baseball
season."-'Wahington Star.

The Unhonored Prophet.
-A visitor to' Cartyle's birthpllace back
In the seventies said to a native:
"Smart m an, tbtt Thomas Carlyle."
The nqtire #tinted. .
".HIa staintt? Why,l went to skule
w' 'l hi."

The soul Is the perceiver and reveal-
er of artb--3E r0'son.
A cf Parsons.
Net '1g uaa a-j-,'Fss of boys in an
Alenmentafy schbO ad an essay set
the subjrpt itelrg "plergymen."
This is whbt one youngster wrote:
"There are 3 kinds of clergymen.
Blzhups. retera' and" curaxa.', di. "
bishups. tells the rocters to. woit ind"
the curats have- to do It. A iiS 4* a,
thin married marr. but wh'l' -.
rector he gets 'fulrer gld ca. ed4x
longer sermons aM' becums- good
man."-London: Scraps.

l U J I President. I BULLOO, ashier.


C. B V.~ ..
W.H: MfLT.(N
jr. BULEAXI .-

liuSines ''s Association held
*Rst liuer 1'night. the followin*-
resolution introduced and pas-
eTinaniff j' and ihe secreifry
w'1i ,n ru "tb selid copies of it,
together w i- article in 'last'
'week's BN T Iludedo:'to, each o4
thd'pdperg Washilgton county,
to the pro nefit papers in the
state 'nd t e Montgomery Ad-
vertiser: ',
Resolved, the Business Men's,
Association 'Aidrews, Florida,
That vi ".protest be made
against ti F on of R. L. McKen-
zie, Represen wive from this Dis-
trict, and'io is for reasons set
forth "at'len h'in an article pub-
lished in t'he: '- Andrews 'Buoy of
May 27. i90i01 'that this Asso-

citation eudo ,' the statements
made thereir sopy of which is
hereto; att#th and directs the
Secret of sgo tion o'
give .by -
nishing- c. olthe article me*a,
tioned., aIdQf his resolution to the
Leading paper; the state, to the
Montgomery advertiserr and all the
papers pubU ed iP t1e county and
to otheA pa oant#ersted.
Si. Wa.rtn, Secretary.
May 27;o09A ,

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Loving Letters.
14ever birn kindly written letters. It
is so' pleasant fo' 6ad th 6 <'eYf *h'On:
the ink is brbwn, the palk* yellow
with age and ,the aidds' ffi&df 'rce4 the
friendly' *ords are folded over the&
hearts'that prompted them. Keep all
loving letters. Burn "only the harsh
ones and ton bt ning forgive and forget
tideti. -'
h(ore Than Pleased.
"Did Miss Flavilla seem pleaseO
when you asked her to go to the thea-
fer '
. "Pleased! She wanted o 'keep the'
ticlkets for fear something might hap--
pen' to me."-Clhicago Record-Herald.

W&sfoi, Oce&n to Ocean Walker,
Said recently: "When you feel' down
and out, feel there is no use living, just
take your bad thougnts with you and
walk them off. Before You h Ev' walk-
ed a mile thinjrs will lobk rosier. Just
try it." 'Have you noticed the increase
in.walking of late in every community?
M any attribute it to the comfort which
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic pow-
to be shaken into the Shoes, g'?e to'
the millions now using. it. As Wcston
said, "i has real merit."

The Ver:' Hi-he-+
". ;, n. a qUlestion set for ti' ) iutil
',1 iool some time ago.i au Ie rh'l was herd fo-reply. "Thie i

ThouaIds hies Lidoy
Trilft a lever Spect it
.ow F t wd t Out.
Fill a bottle or common glast In' yofff
water and let it stand twenty-four hours;
S a brick'dust sedi-
S merit, or settling,
stringy or milky
appearance often
i indicate!) art r-r'
J healthy condi'
^^fv\ \_+ tion of the kid-
\Wv^ neys; too fre-
: -y ^. "^ ~quent desire to
e" -- pass it or pain in
the back are also symptoms that tell you
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and need attention.
What aTo'o,
There is comfort in the -knowledge so
often 'expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
liver, bladder andevery part of theurinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne-
cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It stands the highest be-
cause of its remarkable -.
health restoring prop-
erties. If you need a :MKN.
medicine you should J
have the best. Sold by
druggists in fifty-cent
and one-dollar sizes. Ho rn. ot a spoot.
You'may have a sample bottle sent free
bymail. Address Dr. Kilmer&Co.;,Bing-'
bamton,'N. Y. Mention this paper and
.rememberthename, Dr. Kilmer'sSwaip-.
Root, and! the, address, Binghamton,
N.,Y., on every bottle.

The Easier. Way. -
'1: was very- anirry Ju't. now when
Bleeker asked me fcr 5 til-it I owe('
hi m."
"tiut why did you. r't angr: .
" h*... .I .lji r t ret+ an r

Many y'e' ago' Shuter. a popular
actor, whos nteh fort a fer nights
in a princli city Ili the north, of
and' It hap iP d tat'ml thle stage lif
.iwhlirk-he tr led (atil In whi.h there
wergeoinIly,4 n i)l de.gettnlaxsi nand hiwm-
aelt wa it peid 'by a single highway
The old gi leman preto-ded to *be
8asle*f. bt'*', sgiy. .l r s v *i p vey
with hmlm. Thee'11ngly. wlwn the high
waynrifn qWPGRtd Til iisil a6snsd <'om
meauidb ti4F e "tillver. his mnoinry.
instantly be 'was a dead. man.
"Money!" turned he. with an Idi
otle shrui yt-o- pcounmtenlAive lnps-
pressflly alit *^'Oh I. or'. sir: They.
never, tIt -lme .wlth,'any. for ineirc
here ialw' payP 'for me, ltunliptkes
and ajl. y( 6 Inor."
Upon w 'h thlie h-hlwayminan ganv
him a mfe .cursn for his stuitbhlity..
conmpllme d tile old genifluim.n -Wltht
a smart p on ,the fa.e to awanlen
him and lbed'lium of every slhliifig
he bad fhis itoeket. while Shihuer,:
who did kipt 'la1i n lshigle frthfug,
with gr' spi1tslti loni andi merrli.axint
pursued Is ti uriIey. hunghing -heart-
fly at hilowisivr.

ghlrvs4ina the Troll.
Our guild allowed nie to n it;utblI
'n Ikril9t('ilf I ~kF: st. though, I
en "(Iv ,Wl 7r ^ lth. e n ngely -re-
miirkitlh(tlifI ~)ps going to rough
,it I mui,. Sa .Wi lea ln IIle rnl nm'. now,
as any tins ~ti; waii amnisillhiilng how
appetly.zlInug,. i)i-.lhei pInpn.rep d NwitIh
theovm'y. fewest (o.pni.i.inucs For ln-
stance. he ninlde lirend In lie aiwk ot
flour witlhutl usJ i brepndt pn lie
hollowed poured In ,.,ter. lidded salt anrd ibak.
ing itotwder, li. pr. p I r, quantities, then
prc'cew.d ,.to..mls,tlie dough sle did
another, ki'g In,, his r .eling ith.t,
amused mep vA'r.v *ueh. ,To .,I)rment
th to'uffee .A illingi- over he. plaei entaltl willoisick ,prros the open, top
tfi~e pot, The. jeson in physilcs ioon.
followed. 1lp,(,(O"fee ,; bubbled indd
then rushed t9., the top.of bhe pot
as thspggh, lt'op golyg to holl (Over the
sides andr' eJAnamiagl' thetil ,'-but as
soon as it ito6lhed the willow it sub-
sided Iike some sentient thing.-Forest
and itreai.ot 1' 9 1

.dptain.%ohnlM)'th and Rate.'
The lifntr'ittl ~i uior Criuain John
Smi t itheT--urse t his journeying
nl'the' BeriudiAsAkhid some experience
of the rat-as 'a -httructive force. "But
the great God of heaven." he writes.
*caused such j--h'Jfattse of silly rants
I thee 0Sx Tearu so to abound
before .ta-y. r- them th;it hey
filled lm10.lnallyy e-'piaces wlwre (pney
were fia la'i,(ti 'swhinnmingfi'onni
place to r *nhem't eni'lves. ritbo
all parbiw 4 _.- tiutom,,hli tkiP
there was.op d t it. was pestered
with izmn u e4. have been
taken w l t fl bellles, which
they cAiugl l'l nhig from lie to
lie,. Their t stby had in almost. ev'
ery;tree pl in l slk i s 'tl ibI r
rows In ttip grot id like ernlepa. Tlieyv
spared not the rts0 of rhe pinnlaR or
orees orI hi rlet slve.s
lut' rte "-. i xter
minuluate t'iS .pj4)pmTI'd iisn"-eiss
ful. and.,the yfn04pnte "were deistitut. b.'rad for, a yeere or

The aI J6'y.
The ere in ir 4p. 'Whl h Is
also CnIW; '7th" oK.griwv In
northern Aisg n ad bua n trunk

eighty-five ft6e. tut
whlho Is onl thirty feet
high'. TheWbpr ply and
when stse w nT r ift1.deH the
thirsty travel th a fshln~ and
cooling drink" ; "4#tUJtt nlbouit sti
Inches n rnemon and
contains a |' nI. 111-whirh
tastes lkF f t ttesr. Wherever
It Is to pi jh eninpwent'
of weary W. rei irl 1th'r tlnisn

tree .ls.jia 4h^d wilh a song
.wrtt pT,bz Itrlx Ibra.ne"rs
called .iug 1Hb itr Trura'erts
Joy."-- ^-. '
"'- .J-r -'

"Mihther.t .fatg time sketch-
Ing that ohj ed bridge."
nd ed : -" ........
"Jliaf a m artbat "onr'."-LouIsville
'3oUrier-JO rl o". "
-Owr o0 1 ilv es, Uke. our
shadow.Qj rier too big or
etoo little. t :. "

Could Not Be Better.
No one haAever made a salve. oint-
ment. lotiotnor balm-to compare with
Bucklein's Arnina' Salv6e Its the ono
perfect oealer' of sutC co.hm, burns,
br.'ses, aores, scalds, boils, ulcers, rce-
zema salt rhjeum. For lore eyes, c Id
sores, pbapped,hands its s-upremeI, In-
falltibe for-piles. Only. 2c at T. B. D.
Gainer's add A. H-. Brake's.
.1 z k*. -'r

* t, l tI:- -an 's1'qnvh- t~h.-t e~rfirt'vhe.
In,;at h111111. hut t VN'4 1 IVppo '~
SI A' ri- ~I? Pe.-rrI A 'TT I* I I'
ir-p witb hfti Nw'rfoIs t:1ieiP'n f Or
"c'rld. .1. F iI, IV Ii ?1 r'p n pt'f'frii ,vPf -if"
lie part'ti'lar slivirter #;r qunre- '-
'von Alley IT)whiots le' flvpq. ubut h'

6e nr f the Wfiolk- unirerl nd'

iWat-re you afkfn'i about? A
1 1 ng.4. ;n: tflbe, a- grmft elp an d--'R gpent
ft~awbiek at the ,4ame thlme. -
"14 don't knqw. How about a mus.'
ta.rd* plaster?* -Boston Transcript.
Uin' t it quper that when' a man rfa~
wdInts t o 90sOMewhere he ,Olin dn4pas
_much Werl'- In, alf an bour as. wojwld
otdt~V-rVir takttw t111D alf A7' :-qt
land vrs .-

Pensacola St. Andrew Gulf

Tuesday, 8:30p m. Pesaco'il.
Wednesday,; 4:; p. St. Andreo, "
Wednesday, 4:06 p .. m Panama:City,
Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. Milvile,,
Thursday, 9:06 a. Apalechicola,
Monday, 6:06'p. n. lfoikf'.
'Thursday, 3:00 p. m. Carraibelle.
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew.
Friday, 11:00 a. m. Panama. City,.
Friday, 10:00 a. m.. Millill~'.i
. ensij*e.

Wedn'eday, 8:00 a. m.
Wednesday, 0:00 at, ianb
Wednesday, 10:00 ,. i
'~hsday, 6:00 a. ra.
Thurd y, 12:00 noOW.
Mohda'., 6:0o a. nrm.

Fr.d'na, 2':0C a '.,
Friday, 12 m..
'fitav. ':30 p. mn..
Fri'4I 1I ,30 p. m,.

Pensacola to St. Andrew and'Millville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.560.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apal'achirdla', 5.f0. '
Pensaola to Mobile, $2.50. "
fhe abovo rats include hinedt arid b -Ot'. SSn A'i
-g. -T.,,WMRI Gen' t eit &an fa.. lA' n
"-rAr "S





A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid oh All Goods Except Meal, Flour amd Feed to A, "
Postoffice on the Bay.


Ware Mercantile Co.o






SI-. Lardvare.I

The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

FoUnded in 1878, and built up bv tLe late L. M; Waie,
now T1horouglly' 'Rorganized under New AanaIge'lMent

Solicits the Patrcnag. of Old Patrons
of the House, of the Trading Post. and of new ones as
well,. aid guarantees Uniform fair and courteous treatmcut
v to all.

We Pay the Freight ,n ail (auli'l 1,xep1 t 'Flour. Mr d,4 '
Fl'il to aiy i1.,.t ,'l1i e' ui Aihe 1-iy. .

I Why Soffer |

Sre you one of the thousands of women who
suffer from female ailments? if so, don't be discourc
aged, go to your druggist and get a'bottle of Wine of
Cardui. On the wrapper are full dir etions for usie,.
During the last half century, Oardui has been
established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy
for pain which only women endure. It is reliable,
0ontis" o hOiarmful ingredients and can be depend-
ed on in almost any case.,


.I .. Wi HelpYoU
Imm I iairea Bragg, 6f Sweet#, md,, tried Ca099 0 BL e
SwHites TotEg cannot tell how mmeh Cardi has doaw for me.
WBefore I began taking Cardtai I could not do a dswork.
would work aWhile and lie& dmin I sarll elwayf *giw pr to yo


Ii' *, .4 + ,, ,,* ./

Ask for Allen's Foot Ease,
Apowder for swollen, tired, hot, smirt-
ing feet. Sample PreO. Afso Free S :mn
pie of the FoOL"'ase nSanitary "C'rr.-
Pad, a new intention. Address Allen-
Olmsted LeRoy, N. Y.
A Threatening Comet. "
31..-Camniile I'lamintarlon. the great
scientj:4t. after tiany yeirs of stuly.
arrived at the conclusion that the
world wiTl hi the twenty-fifth century
cofte.acrle to tfie path of the eomnet
Bella.- On this <(ccac,-in a collision will
take plaee. ace.Id.,.eisi lCitg iTirfltelyj
greater than -bp earth. in shock tmay l
be expected whikh, he (calculates. will
be 865 times greater than the shock
'caused by' the colhison 'between two
trains, each traveling at sixty-five
mile an hour.

Salting a- Iijm'oncI Mine.
A roan 'In.Z Smit A Fri, a wit v e #a, wwml
Itig Vl O dineday sovevY P& Is lre'ti' 4111fTlrh
PH 4Of P, st.FsVAxgwe sy
tiW' 0essafy qepi 4e7of thW41 1 411
Ji~r tht .m*-"itt rlfit fll I

to fly tlrmrOnrv tho Of Hit a rapfoli r'uq
foa FThelam~ w has'a- UisIpse1'. ivtfqp
(.1111M (wi slt ti PVtov- w f 04"Imb W lIv.V
John. where atw lvv-nTrY.stl' w ffy'vI'rim
sequet t1o fthe-ito'i wif~t (f) lit. i IU-

Reporte-r- Wihat 410 Yew IUwli '
saying that I US(' "lmritidxiealtexprpgo.
sbus,?" Fidltor-l -wean that. yo,& may
IffilpRSsIble things. This storyk of':yours
for Instance, contains the phra"e 'ba*i
pipe musIc."-Cjevela~4 Lea&eu.


1 APITAL STOCK,. 4 .$1000.

Your Patraijage Is-Respsuwe

- 1


--I Uiiu it I11' ,11I Iens er T !-,v ug
than to pay."-London Tit-Uits.
His Advi:e.
A young genius named McCarthy
went to Commodore Vanderbilt and
gave him a suggestion which led the
('omnmodore..to organize all the little
railroads between New York and Chi-
(ago Into one. Before McCarthy went
to Vanderbilt he went to a friend for
advlee. Mer Is. what his friend told
him abbut' the < ommodore:
"Don't let him scare ye. lie's as
full of power as a turbine. Has a
iod-.'deal o' whlr in himn. Likes re
distance: "Eo.does. every great force
He's. fcuglt, a thiu-autd d(T'cul'i'es;
He'] talc e you for another an' pitel)
Into ..v,, like, as not. Don't le't lilm'
s5 -ee. If 1Ite tumps on ye. Jump on
him. lh"'I enjoy i an' begi,i t ri-
pe t Vye. It's lie I iutth' a Ibelt 1 :'
the. turli ie--ynu'll take ff a bit c-f hl
power aid ease hlin down."-Denvt'.



I '1 4L --7n 7t .
-mu- -, -- ----I;o----..--

Th FerNidfden Fruit.
The botanical ,*ur' ,itilps of 'he s-
land of peylon Interest. One of thli 'I-" *the f,.-rh)
*.i fruit." or "Eve's apple tree." Il

-f ive name \1 ( 11wl katdura. kadur, stable boy eu had only ju.t coum- "m -...
Ignifynlg "forbidden" and diwl "*tl menced riding. Miss Dollie Clarkso i Li'toppin
era." The flower of this extraordl-. "ou'lP have to be careful with' that at MFS. 0. H. KestWr's, A Wes
iaary production is said. to emit a fine Iite'. B," he remarked. "I' e "ridden End,.for a while.. -
... scent. The color of the fruit,, which Wlm before, and you'll never be able to I ii.
-. hatogs from te branches in a very pe- hold him." H... Stbd.b.ak.r'... d Snto
'th'lrsdiiv Jif 3, 1909.- cular and striking manner. Is very B. thanked the crack for the hint was a business caller i='%iAjdrnw,
beautiful, being orange on the outside and said that he would "do his best."
iR d a deep crimson, within. The fruit Halfway through the rnme the out yesterday Inorning. ,i "< ;
ST A DR E W itself presents the appearance of bay- slier and another were in front. with. J. N. Forbes of Collnanton, wa
iRI= C ES C JU RR NTI ing bad a piece bitten out of it. This the favorite tch)se behind. Fan'yine circulating" around in S. Andrews
GROCERIES. m'llsmutance, tor#thebr with the fact that the others were In dllH ultles, ihi last Monday.
Sugar, ter Ib Tea, ptlw of Ifsi being a deadly poison. kd' the rider of the favorite shouted:
Granulated ..6 -4 He. No .......... Moammedans on' ifie first discovery "Pull out. I.., and let me through Prof. Merritt of W, cam
otGree,.... 2 t 20 UncoldrJap .. 40-6 0 Ceylon. which they assigned as ti( I've got the race in hrinj." to St. Andrewstwicet wn-ek.
Arbuckle..-- b2o dmilk perem '0of rad t, t, re*fesent F ts the The crack was mistaken, however e
singer Snaps ..... o1 Unrweetn' .... IT ohkiss Nellie H-asseibo sister o
Crackers, soda. o Sweetened.. ro forbidden fruit of the garden of Eden Looking back, the (table boy replied Ms Nellie Hasselbo sister
Tobacco, plug ..15oo Baking Powder.... so 'or, althouglf fe filYest and m 'with a grin: Mts. Chas.- L. Merritt,' Miss El)
London layers .. is CampLell d...... i. empting li f6earance of aY., it ad would, but I can'f hohl hn!" ba Hasselborg of thi .ce and
Valencia...... ro Cannedfruit ee limpress sh was fielr idea With whi h the nov ytceo.......6 to 8 Peaches ......0oa2o ..,fi-h
Apples Tomatoes ... with the mark Of 've rving bitten haf his ha I ld shot wl1v. fli easidaugater of Mrs, &L asselborg
Evaporated -. t0 Apples ......... t-ft o warn men from s 'fdling ith a esf 6f winners, to the (chgrin of the. of Parker. is visiting ties and
alilprgal .. 20 Plums ......... bstnce possess such xious crack,. ho finished reond friends -here. Thyo lady ha
Gasoline ......... 20 Apricot ..... 10-20 properties.
lordayrup .... 5 Strawberries kn Unaw s. been living in New k city, for
Vinegar ........ Cae meats .... Grief That Ki'lls. Sir N'fIllin iantham was engaged several years, and. ee ny friends
Cheese pr lb...... 20 Roast Beef ..... 15 ..
Butter ........ 35-40 Corned Beef .... y )or boy." said the b#fecent as a )olital speaker in the daysbe- aredelghtedto el
Oleomarg r .' 1 $) JCd clergyman, who ha.d oli'co ffbd'a fore i ook h ii pl.e on the benchongst
Beanr; ;..l........ n .Slmon.... is sn wal Sobbmlitff the streets, an* 1 e'h'A.l.lr.iinK itam. them ag
yass .. Baked Bearn ..oatoo distress has touched your heart chords : l a.n dPess. a ilan ot up te Thomps n, went-da mor-
Eggs pr4oz......$ Peas ..........o no doubt." au fe' vb sloVf, out eetedl
PPumpkin..... "No," sniffed the lad: you'ree eteitf "It's Ilief' "Thanks." sfd tfre ffiture ing to Tallahassee, hping to put a
Flour POISIONS. off your base, old zoozlks. M ian' Judge. "It's a fff'i" shouted the ex.- ufficientt plea befo rheglegslature
k th.Sidespr .... Snippy: an' de rest of de fellies tin- cited one agWain. "You're a gentle on." secure a
CornMealpr bu ..I.o Fresh ....... 8ai o anned the mangy old yellow cilr up said Mr. Grantham sarcastically. "It's square d nthe mat-
Oat Mealpr>lb.. Br'kf'st Bac'ns 6-22 at Schwartz's grocery, an' while old a lie" 'burst out his '1ponlent again. t-r of incorporating f this town.
Corn prbu ...... Ham r t's'd .. ,s6
Potatoes Shout ..... xI Schwartz an' de gang followed dt carried awaty iy Ifds w'ath. but the It being deemed neces ry from the
Irish ... .i dog sneaked back to de grocery to general fiffg~fer which arose at his fact that Representiti McKenzie
Sweet.. 1,.75to"I.o0 Ff ..'.', loto swipe dried apples. De Fido chased tiswer reckilfed him to himself again.
ea't pr sack... .o 00 25"" i nto Schmitt's orchard, an' de gang d he sWf down discomfited.-London had introduced a bilN,-danging the
able.........HADW ..... cribbed de swellest peaches you ever 1. A. V. boundaries of" the1if'iBcorporation.
Pailsprtb..... 4as',i th handle...x.oo seen. an' den dey smoked grapevine contrary to thb t i"*
Galavwiredo 7t8 each ..., 3sasO cigarettes and set the barn afire. I To the Point. contrary to the pr.lcply unani-
Manilla l1ope ... 2 to 1-4 t 5 er paint. cn... 6o
Stoves, cook ..$8a42s 5 tgeed oil. gal ..55a6o made a sashay Into de apple barrel at A little boy hurrcldiy entered a drui meOu wishes of the. atizens of the
Pipe pr joint 5 R de grocery, an' de delivery boy pasted store and asked the clerk for a hot- to&Wn.
~nts pr yd .... aY cks ......6to IDRbe with a bed slat. an' It hurts yet, tle of liniment and a bottle of china '
Sheetings..5...... sa k le"'e ......isa4f.4 I didn't get to, seede fire an' didn't cement. r. A V. Lan man
Sens ..'.'.'. a4s e.'ladies.. t nothing' o e at. an' I wisht I wuz "Why. said the clerk. "that's a ton, came to St. Andaws tyester-
e ' . ,Men.s' oa c d-do"gone It al.!"-Bohemian Mag- funny combination. What do you day and hAd fs fin e'ch taken
Mi"s- .LcAl'ous' "i want with those things?" q 1 ia i n
11&y pr cwt t.. ... 1. ,' s pr bu .... "Ma hit dad with a teacup and broke on the ways, to give ta thorqugn
sii.. l rickprIb. i...T 1-Women Who are Envied. It!" exclaimed theIboy.-overhabtlingt ,- 'i
raU U attractive women who are Here is Rel e or Women. The Misses vidA', Mar 1Etf
FRUesperdo-. d 'r! .:..... .ttma ^ pe ;: Here is Rel[ef or Women.. y ", "
Lemons .....:., Almond ...... envy o many who might be like them. ry bladdr or kidney trouble, and wanwere
Inshellpr .ooo Eened pr qt .: o A we, sickly woman will be nervous a certain, pleasant herb cure forwo- enjoying the beautii tste t.
ir '* "'oo i STOCK. : and irritable. Conusipation or kiJney man's ills, try Mother Grvy Austral- Andrews. **- do ', s-
Horses ..... $50oa$o Cows .... $a ti;io poison show in pimples, blotohes, skin an Leaf It is a safe and never-failing "r4 "
Mules ... ... 5oa. e i ltog ..,o -. eAtlDruggists or by marl 60
Mu-es 5t o y'1e .... 1s Sheep . .. .. ........ -rupl,,r and a wrethlied complexion. ts. Samplep iic tagl FREE.Addressil Do Cro Roni nday
h s eac OULTR. -.. For all such, Elect*ric Bitters work The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy. N. Y. A large number of irws were forag-
9hi dcens each . iuaio Geese each 0... .. n laosoA r n r of lo0er to -
rurkeys ...-.. .9o~u .p Ducks .... sjso wonders They regulate stomach, liver Ing for food not long ao lose to the
Freh Stt .,, and kidneyss, purify the blood; give What I* In a Name. house of a farmer .hi -West. Virginia.
Mullet pr doz .. is Mullet pt. blf 6.5o s rongw nrves, brighteves, ouro breath, Heinemaun. the European publisher, They were unusunllal. bidd. as though
T rout .... 5, PoTrou o asmoi>t.li,;velve'y' skin, lovely complex- once noticed two peddlers standing side hunger had driven the to forget their
Sturgeon ... o Mackerel .... S.oo ion. Many charming women owe their by side, selling toy dolls. One of them usual shyness and distrust. of .their
I 'MBER. had a queer, fat faced doll, which' he natural enemiles--met.'. -
Floorit g Sxo i health and beauty to them. 5c at A was pushing into the faces of the pass- Two of them allght~ed- ote to the
aert r .. i: pe . o H rake'4 and B. D. Gaine.,. eraby. giving It -the name of a well back door and pletbed io the trninbs
p Drop"Siding. p Clapboards. o .0Happiness and Joy.- known woman reformer then promi- withan- apparent, asuraksat of their
eartfaeprmi .oo x6nprm... Hpnes according tno the eorinal neatly -before the public. His dolls safety not easily atnitd Ifor- The
gap:: '...10.00 Il nishing luon-,p e.itt in were selling rapidly, while the man be- farmer wAS telling.a t,.gli.r ubout
luff lumber .8at i b .. ber. d ..... fta$x5 use of the term.-.is thlut wh ich happens swie he im, who hap dl a, rellye moe.m a t be- tile r itt lilies of te-llng."aia tb, l ut
hea.Lshie '2.so :thpr in ..... 2,o or omes t one by hap-that is, bv side him, who had a really more. at- the tanimeness of thbl0' s.aid theIlat
Sap -... .o dat lumber, tractive doll, was doing comparatively ter remarked: -- "
"dressed .... $ n ouwrd bfaing w r atorable con- little ,bsisness. A thought occurred "You w u'tf sei Oegrftu~~ardy to-
:.ditiou; It is wlat nioney yields ortd -m., ,
$ earnesa Cannot tw; .nIt*' -- I t to Hetnemann. and he tried an exrieri- morroW. -t to -b1i w ,
',," '-h Ol, --ent. Calling (he second peddler to ,r-- ".|y not.,eto enras-to-
iyv local applition, a they cannot i p e lv applause ttle ent one side. "My friend," he said. "do you day :
reach the disease portions of the ear. -niratin. honor. or or the moe- want to know how to sel twice ahs "Bause today Is tuiddi ,6d these
Iherehie otly on riny to cure earess. ovetlion.inal aord publ or thenefts of many of these dolls as you are selling crows k inow it. Te Idittnat one
., "' litil'C u inedie n, ,thllr i in b nefts of .now? Hod them up i pairs, two to- day In sven they "'nt f pped at
ilid th.t is b6'..[stiIUttiu.l remede, "nk. illcal standlun. victory, powel pped at
Deaed s is t it isefb-yI -,ail ill tiolredcendies, .the,~se stir ntdelughtvi('thsouyljo gether in each hand, and cry them as by boys' nd mefiY"IThey 'kban count.
Deafess is ciel t infiai...d condi. -ill hieHen stir a delight hu-the soul 'The Heavenly Twins.'" The toy vend- crows Can end theyknowthi onte
tion of lhe .uuios lining of the Eutac- -~l h I I'ot f the soul or Its quality erome grudngly folloedhis rw and they knowthat on the
tnfla l :mttfrom without: hence they tire lk er somewhat grudgingly followed his seventh day they are'eemptfrom per-
canll tube Whvhit this tue gets n.flamed i wiut h e tey are k advice. It was at a time when Sarah secuton. . tea m-ro -..
-you have a ailing' .- found or .uperfeit -til) as h.ieang to lhe sul and Grand's famous novel was at the once lived neal swalip 'where
nearing, and Iwhhin t is entiret.y ileret l ifor from this Nreaein h of the sow height of its popularity, and the title thousands ot crows muade'tbeir roost-
defns in the result, and unless >- leorifbnatnkisn aIts beinlity And of the book was on every ons tongue. place, d y in he morng
And Perhaps it was merely luck, but 'the bt
iammiatiolI cai hep taken out and t is ~ile htis laptears Iin the origina-l form of th h eaenly twins dolls were an instan they used to start-'tor tlie houtauins
restored t iot m.nl condition, heating :wrd, whi.h Instoad of sugge.,tlng taneous success., and within one hour yr their iiod t nag often a at the
willibe deiroyuet forever; iiCi cases of ten are ca.ed hly catarrh, wl! 8is / otin 'riff i oWlrd and no dolls gave up the fight, acknowledged seekido got we tsh at ittll niut el
nothingir ut aiifilln.ned coditio, a tl.e w.r ns, we cot',e 1 It to be I' himself beaten and moved five blocks suldaot a s t fi-. but 'i
Hpcousn. uPe1). niesS. It i) not the lhis of csn down the street to escape the ruinous Sunday mrlriug ll ua. dci'ront "1l ,
We will give" One Hundred Dolla foIr ,litlont.' but of hanfit ter. -)r. Horac thy woompetton.-Lorin F. Deland In At- uld fly lew aunid clse ti .ai
Rushnell. house, their wiunm aliist Vittiillihiglli
any ease of dt.uftiexs causedd by c.ittirrli, ari'dgeboards of hiuua.xe l-li| :,.ir.. rIL,
t.at cannot lie c4urtd hy Hl!s etit'rri Conceaftfd Weapons. The upreme Gift. crows know whlii '"1.^ i'aa U
O,:e. SendT forirculars free Once In a c~f ge town the rumor gll has no wings, and yet he can course they do."- idftWA8i. .
F.J. CO1, EI"&90., follo. C. that students Ilere carrying concealed soar above the clouds. He is not - .. j
toll' .,,il PIill. fer e'a.olipa, weapons reached the ears of the local swift of foot, and yet he can oiutspeed At th. Bpi M qu*.. .-
tolion. ...... ", police, The chlet at once issued strin the fleetest hbund or hose. He has Oertip 'UQ dciunn.-ttitiL two'tp dt
Hu.sr in A'Tvertioing. gent orders that tle heinous pra.tlc( but feeble weapons In his organization, vin.y.v. 11'ho tti jggipU^ ': .~t. -. 1
It is agred pu anil sides that as shfule sh.Od. be stopped. One day a grouI and yet he can slay or master all the two stept.ters ,llL'rtlttfll .4 4,
huwuorous ei wrfimen'in ts arn tl be of thenl passed a polleeman, and one great beasts. His eye is not s sharp -'. -
avoi.ed. I.. .ssis iutliness. ai he of the students, in so doing l)ut hl as that of, the eagle of ie VtOllttire, A hnnd'ome wonn,tenses Ihe eye,
Ininesslieik 4 is the on'e tint colts. Ihan4 to his hip ocket. Then, as i and yet ht atff see fnto the farthest hlt a good woman tj hart -.rutch
Nevermhli<.li Is li i.ele..ili to coi* tecollpecting himff i time. he hastily depths of sidereal space. He has only Proverb. -.
up mn r4.h iu rhi.otit to -e withdrew it an. Looked sheepishly al vey feebleoccult powers of commtinl-
iorl i p.tI I, Ie -frl )i taneo thit he pohlelith..: cation with his fellows, and yet he _________ ___
fh'.U. be I r;,qhl'r wh, t i Inlt hl and p lat a~hied ~inhly. his tolce across mountain's and deserts. S 'I. I:
'tintyl' lier m~r, Pid: :"1s f ad- Instead of answertinirg, the _i_ s hands are weak things beside a Nrv to s ati (
virrarid:r .I and a:H hli eompanhona'sl If pan- tion's paw or an elephant's trunk, and &t colo.
thry dci' ly-lt still h-wOull gets stricken, stigrted to rmtl, Affe-m ehes- yet he can move fountains and stay at n
thiy don a r l till e wop t sf .us? all the stllenf~t wfre cof'tifred and or rivers and set bounds to the wildest 2
was a in ..e mietir .i to h lvrer Op oiktever they ha eas. His doff can outsmell him and

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h.rnl-iler ,:,ci.'N ,'ixllhi"t t 'h'ft "! they obeyed. Ea bh one car his dog looks up to him as to a god. 11 0. ii 1
*tJo th- pJative p r,-< 1 1 all si ie mni'-.r.-frv*il-'. po.llapn cannot :possibly be re.ii erring Instinct, and yet he has changed T h eL in r
tbl'. to pl, flip1t tiiuwen! e, o ed.--Pblndelphl i Ledger. the face of the planet. f rt
nti In"-lcbcs In ,i.e:. til-. suillier Witholit the specItltPotloff of the -
rtlte-s wtn-i, It.Irii, with Tlo bl M kr's O ste lower animnas-ftlfr wonderful -adap- *
-r''-1. Ew, T ;tbtruthlUo' tatipn to particular ends, their tools. rl
bs Qt ,, m. ruth b Wfn ai suffered from stomach trou- their weapons, their strength, their _
o.t tj'niT~'t h ffp l In the .town. bb t. akes Dr. King's New L00 Pills speed-man yet makes them .all t is Kpowing i Vwithles, is -of
rot newiv f'ir'il-ei-1 IhrougihoUt. n" he's mighty gel:d to see his dyspelsin servants. His brain is more thfli feature of out' b'sties"u it has
free buis t train. not the he .t grulb thc and indigestion flV, but "pore-he's match for all the special adtfftifages dru 1 u '"e no 'thie v
pmr' et aftr(s.r but slrii ly cleln i bed; tkled ove hi' new; fir appetite nature has given them. The one gift ug va ues. vnow y lue
andI r,"'d 'd. e nts. t-o slee.. 25 Afstpg nerves, healthy Lr, all be- of reason makes him supreme In the know how to eletandi the very
renli. rt, "t Tothp. -ls h i. d I water eug,, .tomach, liver yfno. n world.--John Burroughs tn Atlantic. AN
throw ri. Try us.' Pv up And i- f w .r rig 25hc. D. Ganer'. T t .t t ran -j o. Our
inot anti p ld keep mui!-Jndoti A H 25c' Making Hi4tory.
,,"^ 1.. an J1. IP rake e When Kinglake was writing his his- rAIt i' i T r
.- .n . ... I .r IaIi.. Ltory of the Crimean war he receded LA E T T iJFUMM
!4 1 letters from all sorts of people con- -m n t
I UMR UUIUWW cerned in the war. One day a letter *
with a deep black border same from Examine urToilet WateI
IIR PR CBDANY ~two people in the colonies, husband and
wife, describing their grief. Their only They are unw d-i, a perimanen
child had been killed in the Crimea.
4. They wanted to hare him mentioned anD deltcacy of otidr. Wekeep a co
S;.. Manufacturers n and "Irs i'n "ain the "History of the Crimean War." plete assortment "O the mast delic
-rt-.aE I t.1 1 E Kinglake was touched and replied by domestic and i tPl'ted perfu-&es a
S. E post that he would do his best If they Toilet Wateif thibot'hout t Ou entite
S would send him the necessary particu- Toilet- i
lars. Again a letter, also black bot- Tl 1t 1t "IMesa
SLE AL AND ETAIL dered, full of thanks but wlh:he fol- aat tsap
*! I, A < lowing conclusion:, "We hp' 'e no par- Bath that ,"o %Kpe.ecM1nthl<
S tculars whatever to give you. e was from impurities t oll t, evor
S OLD STiRA LR AdPM ENT'il hled on the spot, like many bthetrs, an3ythIing in thi ne, re the pae t
but anything you may kindly invent TOILET PQWbE f -The'attention
*Btbl] Of ''lS tllo t11', O l> X Aozt OQ e wfil be welcome. We leave it entirely tain a beautifuofuIdo*i 4o1 a sft and hb
tot yoto r Ilagination."-London Chron- I delicate pOWd6Pw i afmcoifple'tion beau
ide skit from dirt, *iidanih d dlust tbr the us
oilet is complete without a dout" 7of faint
SL T Sm ll face, ooth Powders, Pastes, Was es, C
Kn6lektffg Hubby. tion. Tooth Utashes, Hair Brushiesr CoT
? "MIy lutisbatd thinks fe is very eco.- toilet requisites beessntial to comfort. I1
s atl U0ction Guaranteed. lomical," said the btlue eyed Womtfl. in endless variety. Helllle R
4'"4 4'l "He saves everything. One drawet pat'tment our.st4ck is cotdete. nV
STJ. MC SWEE Mana of his desk is devoted to time tables, Out goods ae the best makes and wi
T. J. MC SWEEN, anag.r,- a-d he has- some that ate three years We 11 l PAl l 11' 1d


Ays ljfg te r laet pin., They at
ecregty on the liver, makd fioft &1'i6
secreted. This is why they are so value;
able in constipation, biliousness, dys.
pepsia, sick-headache. Ask your doctor
if he knows a better laxative pill.
-Xade* by. the I Jc. Ayer o., Lowell, Ms...-
A Compromise.
A struggling Iirt studit. a native of
'otunt Aveii. went to i'alhrts t, study .and
iT'tal lia1" vl. d (ion ,untle there., an
*fdetlr'vl u-i!eenmiker o tie -. 411t. V ;uxl
rurj. The shoneffMtker was to be count
ed on for a sqlfirftt Mtil d- Sllonietlmiet.
even foit a smll, loiai( one mip or inilg
the tfficle weltenidl the ,iidt'ent fai
Mtorte warmly than was hi- h:bitt
"Just in time." he said.l ruling blh
bands. "The kit tic-n looor wants paint
Ing. and I was aioiti tor :-lve tlhe Job to
the commilssiinnalr for ;t Irance. Bu:
you can have it.Inow ll p:ay you "$5.'
The student flulied and lilt his lip
Hard up as he. wis., lie could nqt so
degrade his art as to paint a kitchen
door. Yet he needed money badly.
"0t0cle." lie said, smiling as a happy
thought cainme to hblmn, "I'll teN you
what to do. Iet the cor Wissioniaire
paint the door for 3 francs, as you had
intended, and give me the 2 francs dif-

and out of sort, tabl

If or dgeu w lUMhv*m
pe p, p*.

*dA* l :s n, take

.* 1
P. P. P.

Prickly Ash, Poke Root
It you suroer with erMin theprtwAlron,

P. P. P PA
hor Blood Polson- Rheumatluycrof.Dw
Ut, Old o Malaria, Chroo ile

Prickly Ash, Poke Boot
M. MO Potassium.
ThBa bet blood puriWyoerin the worlnue.
Smvmabuiah Georgim.

Ice Creatore

Prompt Attention]o
M. MOORE, Proprietor.
ayon rot and Wyoming Avenue. We

ig Store
Mr ST.. Aona.. S
cot rSe, the most important
on TrILET .. .ECfALEs. We

rs wt .
e finest that are made.


s, Toilet 8pougeso ear d4 p es a fo tht

of all ladies who dreta have'and re-
ealtby white skin, is called to otr line
itifiers. Prot'ect the open pores of tihe
e sf these aids to charm. No wonart'sa
ly scented pcM der over the neckl and
osmetics and Mogues of eve'y descrto-
mbs. Manicure -ets. and all the little
lrialth und beauty aro' to be foatnd hera
If not disappoint you.
:DZECZmTES in demand
IMaRMajbif Qij x-..j'-._ m..







e P ublhL sr formula.
-We b"nish alcohol
.J from our medicine
I d-!1l 0s we.n-ulour
a urge You to



Drllus Medicines, Fancy TToilet Artices

I Handle no Duack Nostrums.
DR J. J, KESTTER. M .J Dru St.

1ilD J... .-K -T M. D ru I" ". .i .

SHurt Wdrde Than the RFzo*t
The .iinrle.r- Von il nta litistv deep
!ot of l'iw's feei sit. aniil Iln'i si dilie.
runli tdowni from the e*orn'ler" of the
n.ulith It soniithilli ntierve-i .A iai
.ae- "The Pa1 ntll et ill-.r-lv Y1'v 've
got a butifp like a coait and a chest
like a doaughitit. and I don't believe.
with legs like those. you etitld stop an
elephant tip utM alley. let atlotie a (cow
Rut, hang It. iwmft. do y reminded of It eteftrf fli you get a
shave?- Philldirphiff fllflin.lu.
Man liti#ig Lion*,
Of African lions i fs. Kfi'tatid t0
her book on Africa wrlies: "As a rtile,
it Is only old lions which tiftnek humanity
beings. They grow too dec-re'oit to be
uble to enateh lie more agile aut.'itopbes.
which are their Iawful prey; o. goalded
by a bhinger which age cannot wither
o*r lessetl. they pounee on unwary inmot-
Utoesot(bekty. "
Mlft 'RIt wall ttfofft' nt!vyag with a
ftItend atl iddnitfrtall ltartfng totr f
walk ti oft ffitndn.t. ihe fe upI, tris waii-
tig sfftck "yo yoO stffid fffking ,*dp'
utinrrella?"' tkl'dd ltfa cftrawlt'etl(e t
host "It Il-oks tfore're fspet-fmi1 "
P.re tttf Ptfjudlee6.

"t-'ieatime nianitnif wafs aifrtid yoyt
(night prejudk-e nae aghttsi hint."-
W A&

Wi'y 4*n Co&' Sec(da t 4mwatcs.
"'Men co#ks make a mistake to
smoke. Men cooks that smoke have a
hard time to get Work "'
"VWhy mo?" Inquired a woman cook.
,me i*twe %,*, ft Hfili' it yoWV otwtt i ty
bte'nd 'vi ft1. ilcoolnig w'itf h a e'ltr Il
his moutlh It doesn't look neat when
yoft go down into the kitchebe tQo w
MtMt fidger (be wet stab of a clgorette
and thefi plunge his hllftda ftti the
rtaff inmfae. SoYftmOme. Pr factl. If you
havt a man cook thatlf sloen you will'
find asheft or the steak- 'I kno1t 9 cor-
oImitlin tlawyet wo oi 'ee foit,.n cl-
gult end lt thte somp. I)n you t(hinh1be'id
evet femlftoy after tliht a utmoklinW
,**ook'-t icndiltfnl lrtejqth t.
A Sad MWxt(p, .
"ady." remarked oae goventtieaitm
clerk to another. "I'm ap 0agiinst it
good ard prope. r: >.
".'hat's the trotyblep"' l frir g. o.
XN0. 2.
"I got. two ft*elal ete:fff"-fea fr .i, -'
two "dffert( dot-to trB .y."ftdly." 01l
pIaIcd tLe ilgrty of fhe ffr:f pxr(vt
"Ofie was a certflicgte io of bra f life lllsisrallce cottliasfly. itfed Ie' betrf
wits a terttliegfe of filin i <. to lo lfft-1
to tms chief wfth pf(tt ff(or t
weeks' leave of absi' te.
"Oh. that' ) nbithing ,' 1J0lir if
fellow (1. tk. f'te doveC( fla nty'ef '
"'es." 'f1t"f4- the ,' 'e 'f. 'f' I
ill health certficafttr weff rto the, lin
sutunce company and tbe certIfi- at(' i'
good health wena t to my chief. eief,
- fruL5... 4 ..

A Strong Tonic


A Bo4y Builder

A Great Alterative Without Alcohol
A Doctor's Medicine Without Alcohol

Ayer's Sarsaparilla



'hfi Joke on the Jockey.
A few years ago a famous Jockey
was enugaed to ride the favorite hi an
hiporuint r:iae. On the way to the
lost he found hlim !f eniitei ng ;ih)tS-
side a rank oii.sid( ie uiouui ,a l

Miss Annie Surber, offe of St. An-
drews popular young I.dijs 'left for
tcSota, G.i., on Moaid.ay, i'- a visit
with- an i rni le i :



" -"


ut Alcohol
pt A l cohol E s t '




A. H. Brake,








Use Only Libby, McNeil & Libby!;


.Marine and Stationatry Eagnie. ,

WHEN IN Ill VOW' 1'oWltS POi'tUt 6If l(0V1',
4 -- -. 1.

latesKarvise61C1i, 01 Blool N4 Iw, IIIaUiIII1SraMiE
P. P. P. purifiesthe blood, nbuffis 4p thes i d l *lfste Jl4dglit
strength to weakened nerves, els ease nd and
Happiness, where sickess, gloomy. f.lleeiigsarid ilatWct ,
in blood poison, mercurial poison, ,atett dyl fl p and t a gm o Iod
and skin diseases, like blotches, pimple, .e rl e c,
head, we say without fear of contradiction td'at P. P- P M f e Noou
purifier in the world.
adies whose systems are poisoned and whose bloe t it ivoepnre co
edition due to menstrual irregularities, are peculiar beefitted y the woo'
derful tonic and blood cleausiug properties of P. P, P.iMt Mb, a ohf
Root and Potassium.


,lli i urfe


Without Alcohol



I U 1AN4


IR '

Booked For


-Copytwht" 10$,bY Afuoe1Sted

iPal Almoee nodded his thanks to
e, conductor as he swung down the
ear steps to the snow covered platform
and made bis way toward the waiting
No expectant committee gathered
About the store, and the only signs of
1ife were' tie clicking of the telegraph
instruments and a thin film of very
tank tobacco smoke that curled from
under the closed window of the ticket
S oMice.
He. waited a minute; then he rapped
on the ground glass, and presently a
face, appearing in the opening, evinced
surly Interest.
"I am Professor Ardmore," explained
'aul. "I am to give a lecture at the
Gothic church. There is no committee
to meet me, and there seems to be no
back abte the station."
"There Is one generally, but Jim got
s job driving a feller over to Moor-
way. He'll be back to meet the 9:13,
Sbut iM you don't want to wait it's easy,
'to waalfr there. Yoer go down the road
",.a piece till you come to Pine street.
Then you go over to Maple until you
come to Spruce. It's just around the
corner on Spruice. Are you that feller
tiati was to lecture- h the' Star course
llit nlghtt $a didn't come? The ladles
Sgot up ar snow, so they wouldn't have
to give the money Back."
Paul clutched at his pocket and ex-
tracted a letter. He glanced at the
Sne feminine handwriting and breathed
a fgft of relief.
"It sl for the 17th',"' he announced
lh relief. "I am so' absentminded that
Shave to be very careful of my dates.
Perhaps the committee has discovered
the error and will gather the audience
again tonight. In any event it would
tie best for me to go over.-"
He turned up the collar of his ulster
to protect his throat and, leaving the
'tption. plunged through the drifting
It was not a long walk, for Maple-
wo w was a- small place, 'and present-
Me was In sight of the church that
WMs attended by the town's fashiona-
:.' e )fainl!|es.
"' io' ti' rellifr ttfit light shone Out
'pd a. lftt*t' iiOI of people" stoid' about
the door.
.hey ey er lifta mrftwrly-as lie pushb-
d his way tiroghli to the doer and
entered ,the vestibule. Several young"
women came forward expectantly as h..
entered,, and Phul, deciding that they
were the, committee of the Ladies'
gild, grasped no outstretched- hand.
"They, told me at the station that
the lecture was yesterday, -r, rather
that the auejlnce, had gathered yes
'teerdy ..ltrouigh, some error," he said
c'rdially.r "I am glad that y'oU were
able to gatherthotia together againn thil
ven'!ng. 1.Ipresume an error wha made.'
ThIe welcoming rmile faded from tht
rirlift fTaces.., "Y u are 'the lecturer'?'
?rled cr "We thought you were the
"'lerv-, nor'" exclaimed ntul, cololt

"The -lecture was announced for last
tight," wei:t, c the -sycau!;cr. "Th e
pui'd members cr-'nizrcd:an impromp-
O concerrt t't*b rovld' diintppolnting the'
S uien' e. You 'intiht at least have tele-
i apleed, wita1 you' found that you
eild nc4t comet'r - .
"'Pt I h.ire'r Oenine,''" deelrd Paul as
f. prcdtleed lI's letter. "Your commu-
xi"t-iou anys very distinclly that the.
Ik,.ture j (t tile' t1tth."
S '" The girl tool" the letter unb6lieving-
'l.t. ,then gave a. little cry of dismay
"You ,are ,1rcfessor Ardmrre?" she
kl"'d. .'It was Burton Drocks, the
EB'ptoioFjist. who was to have lee-
tnrd last ntiht. Ycur lecture is to be
V.1"stn on the 27th. I made the mistake
i.at e dane. This is my letter. I am
r- scrry."' ,. ,
.* !1' a t .n .uaina i-GnD th^ 27th'
/ romise l I'aul as he :er'ehived th
gil'I', distress. '.'I tak-e it that there IF
as *~lditu ,here this evening. May 1I
ctay until It is, time for my train? I1
la scarcely inv'l'g.ant the station, anm
the freat stroies very bad- tobacco."
"Yes; we've reported his bad man
ers to the .mptd~nly dozens of times.'
+'' ''ns the d lcur.W'cd reply. "You ar
welctme here..hlut It is a rehearsal fo'
the brid'il p'rty. not the weddint."
h,,! ",r,1 thA war intoe tlhe inoy 01
the church, and 'Paul slipped into
pew on the side aiile, glad cf a rest
ftul haven until train time.
Presently the Organ pealed, and ai
itthetfirst *Ti'uins there entered the
groom ahd his best man. An .elderly
woman, who seemed to have tonstitut-
e-. herself the mistress of ceremoniese,
sltduted' to the organist to stop an(
charged upon the sheelpish groom.

"Go back!" she cried. "You don';
git-e the crgw a chance,! He's got t,
play tbh' .rcti al the ,W*ay through
andi tou 'come out now you'll havy
to stand like a toy figure waiting foi
the bride to come in! Don't come un
tfl I say 'Now' an- then remember th(
place In' the mqsic !"
The kroomn and his supporter stum
tiled baci it!o the vestry, and agair
t1a organ pealed out the wedding
march. Paul turned curiously to look
at the bridal party, and for a moment
ubs pulse seemed to' cease its beat.
-'The' iteli thAe'wes tone other than
Weiaor KfgigTand, the one woman in
S.e' world, that 'Paul worshiped, and
ti worship was not the less intense be-
eause he, bad never told of his love.
H.e a4 thought of her always as a
eht, f he was veiy young himself
tst the po 0lton that be held, and in
m-zqe tee felt bfmself to be tremen-

Ne had meant some day to tell his
Is amd .is.k her for bIf own, but he
atf de46ed his proposal until It was
to 'late. Now she was about to be-
doml te_ ,brlde of that sheepish look-
lfg chap standingg In the chancel.
He half rose as though to leave;
tU he amk Uack into his seat again.
Re woirId drink the cup of humilfation
to the. very dregs. He would see the
girl he loved go through the form of
marriage which on the morrow would
lie performed: then he would go back
,to his own narrow, loveless life bear- '
,tag the kntowledge that delay had cost
*tnt.-fmne:I e

Miserably he watched the procession
form anJ break. to f rni avail in re-
spohse to the directress, but at last
the rehearsal wa.i pronounced perfect.
The groonm lfid his best mhan made
their itppeM'aftce on the very rote that
brought them to pfu.e exr.cta'ntly be-
fore tel bride started and yet gave
her time to step Into' place before the
music stopped.
With 'a brisk "All right!" the direc-
tress led the way down tfo the Sunday
school room. with the announcement
that refre6'ements v.'cre to be served
theote. Pul roe, hoping to steal out
It never would do to meet E'fe nor
now. She could rerd his regret in his
face, ttfMd le wou'd cnet co':trifute even
so s'ightfylt her bhpp:ne":s at such
a moment.
rut cven as he rope Ee-inecr turned
iand came swiftly toward him.
"Paul Ardimore!" she cried as she
offered her hand. "And I had the fun-
niest feeling that y(cu were here. All
through the ecrromony I felt it, and
when J.ennure told me that you really
were h-'* I was de'l-hted. Did you
'ee the rehearsnal? Isn't it going to be
"As lovely as the bride deserves."
declared Paul gallantly.
"Do you l:nowv her't" crl?d Eleanor
in fatcr.l-himeit.
"You are rhe." reminded Paul, but
l.leancr shook her head anyly.
"I a.lmet wish that I wan," she
:rfed--"nll the excitement over one
".Irl, even though she 1; as beautiful
-is Letty,.race. I was just her substi-
tute because she had to have her dress
fitted. Paul. do you know, I think a
iress like that would tempt me to
marry anybody." ,.
"I shall have to see Miss Brace's
dressmaker," sa'fl Patr' gravely, "for I
'want to tempt you to matrimony. I
thought that you were too young to
give up all men for just one, but when
[ saw you standing beside another at
the altar and felt that I had not spo-
ken In time"-
"Mercy! I'm getting to be an old
maid," insisted Eleancr. with a l tugh
"This Is my third season, and I've
been waiting for the rigLt man to
come along."
"And hls l'e?'" rreced Praul.
ileanor l:;r.ccd h:-ly utp Into his

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e Pr. f,'-r monthS $, L Sold by all newidea'ers.
MUNN& C0.361Br New York
isrnoab Offlee, 25 M Vt.. Washlngton. D. C.


In Real Estate!
The Buoy Has For Sale
The Sountiwest Quaitter oi li s Sinul h-
west Quarter of Section 1. alli the
S,,utlih Hill of thie Sotllieast Quar-i
r; of Settiots, 2, 'ipwinshipj 4 south,
Ilnge 1 West.
Lies About One Mile North-
east of Millville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place

A portion of thit, land has beet,
in cultivation in times past; but i-,
and hasl been lying idle Ior sonif year,.

A Gilt Ele Bargail, if Tahii
At Onoe.
Apply at or Address
THE BUOY, St. Andrews Fla.

"I gUess he has." she confessed, and
Patfls face turned radiant.
"We strafl ave to have the guild
secretary for our beet gfrl-I mean the
bridesmaid," he corrected. "It was
she who booked me for matrimony as
well as a lecture."

|IBaby Cupid.

Copyrighted. 1909, by Associated
i Literary Press.
1+4+444.-.--. ++>+ + 1.t++.- *4
SIrs. Kenton repulsed his seriousness
with a flirtatious laugh.
"Let's see! Why. you've known me
only a month." the pretty widow, ob-
jected. "You've never even seen trhe
rest ef the family:"
"You mean Henry?" he said.
"Of course !- mean Henry!" she ex-"
claimed. "Who else could I mean?'
The very Idea of -. ir starting to pro-
pose to me, Mr. 4 .'.on, without ever
having seen IHenry. T'he man who
loves me must love him too. He must
think that Henry is the handsomest.
finest little fellow in the world.
"Oh, you don't realize what such 'it
baby as Henry, means ,to a young
mother. He is her joy. her hope. her
life, Mr. Bartop. The *man she loves
must share her feelings about her
child. You understand, don't you?"
The man nodded.
"But how. am I to share your love
for the child-how am I ever to meet
him-if you don't give me the chance?'"
he demanded. "I call in the evening.
and the nurse is just putting him to
bed. I stop by In the afternoon, and
you and Henry have gone out for a

i "Somotl'Phig always happens to keep
SHenry out of my sight. I've about
come to believe that he is a myth, a
prattling phantom that willfully eludes
"How can you, Mr. Barton, use the
word 'prattling' when speaking of
Henry'" she demanded, trying to keep
A:1 serious face. "The little dear doesn't
Sprattle-he talks!" .
"Indeed?" le exclaimed. -"I hardly
thought he vwas old enough to"--
""Certainly he's old enough." she :in-
>terrufited.&"'"He can say 'mamma' just
beiautifully, aind at present I'm concen-
tfatflhg my ene'rgles on gettIng him to
say 'dear mamma' aud nursei' and
other necessary words."
The light of Inspiration flashed over
J James -Barton's face.
"Why don't you teach him my
name?" he asked eagerly. "It's very
easy--Just Jim, you know. Then when
SHenry and I do get acquainted we'll
;start on terms of friendship without
any preliminaries!"'
"Oh. what n Jdea!" she cooed
"Why. of course Henry shall be taught
to say-Jim."
V'arton noticed with a thrill the
blush that tinged her cheek even as
I her tongue hesitated at. the uime.
"Well, when shall I pee him'?" he
tsked. "Let me make an engagement
with you und Henry."
"Let me see-this Is the 20th. Isn't
't?" she iiused. "Wel. on the lsI
f next moith. in the afternoon. th
-the Young Mothers' club meets a
'ty hotire. You cani cone around the:,
1Al have tea with us. lHenry will I.
veering hi sbest fr'< k In your hanior
"Fie iand dandy"' de' lared Bartw'
s hi lilftcd his hati In farewell. "I''
e on haiud, M r... KentIon'. you may b.
On Ilhe eventful aftertnooli Barto'
:II'.P. as ie hald said. a smile of conif
'O('nce lighting his fane-n smnile'that
!-.;. faded ais quicklyy as the blush .
Mrs. Kenton greeted him with ai
:triu h'ind la;'p. an:d the next uW,
',nt he found himself in a drawhiin:
nom filled with youngti women. IHe
was the only man in sight, and his
inees tremtbled as the'-rapid (ire intro-
ductlons' began.
But he faced,' like a hero, -the chorus
*'-f "Oh!" "Delighted!" and "How charnm-

L S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida,
May 22, 1909;
NOTICE is hereby given that Alexander
Wslchex of McMillan, Florida, yho, on April 15.
i904. made Homestead Entry, No. 34147, (Se-
rial Number o2s'46)- for SItJ-, of Section i8.

Township z South, Range 14 West, Tallabassee
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 3rd
day'of July. 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: Barney Young,
Louis Floyd, -Joe Talbexitand Sam Kirkland, all
of McMillan, Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
IT. S. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Florida,
May 8, 190o9.
NOTICE is hereby given that Robert Brow,n
of Southport, Florida, who, on January 28, 1904,
made Homestead Entry. No. 33684, (Serial Num-
.ber oxox5) for NY of SWVand N 1-2 of SE 1-4
Section 28, Township i South, Range 14 West,
Tallahassee Meridian, las 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 i5th day of June. 1909
Claimant names as -witnesses: Louis Floyd,:
Sam Clay, Alex Carrollof McMillan. Florida and
Lonzje Byrd of Southport, Florida,
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register'.
Editer's iee paid.
Department of the Interior
U: S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fir
May 8, 1909-
Notice is hereby given that Robert L. Purcell,
of Enconfina, Florida, who, on. August 3, 1904,
made Homestead Entry, No. 34686, (Serial No.
02775). for 6i-2of NW1-4 and Wi-2ofSW.-: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, 'ohi-.the
t5th 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 Betnett, Florida.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
Editor's fee paid. -'-



Stock KNeew,

Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity,

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews -hoa
Surrounding Country.
Stay be tumhkd at resi-lritce on Bimini Vista avenue at nigt.

I _

smilln hi i-r "Corme. Iletnry." she tnals having toes. The horu of a boofr tt re n-n v ftd In :-da o
(0*oa1e, .'" 'a'Ma"' for manima, won't grows just as a toe nail does. The t ut n-'ur of pigasin, ad o
you?"', hoof grows more rapidly In Unshod :lth..r. I-ut no r of pigkin, and
But /le 'only cooed "Jum-JIm- horses than in those wearing shoes -blle te alwas r de c ralle
mam-ma-J "' and it grows faster in horses whicis Iyhtly pnriheolred. -th nmenge-th-
. are well groomed and well fed. But p nr'il o bel, r o lh 'm
SCeter. oan average the horn grows about ai ",',r ldnres beInd gd lvr noId .hly e
ia Et Cetera. third of a inch a month. Hind hoofs r. r,'d In % cld nd ,-ih' r ,,d v.re
S a.. or Iltlle neglected boy row faster than fore hoofs. The toe l tre ad w the n s.
whose manm iA s0 busy with moth- of the hoof beig the longest plart. lit it sf-t 'dt.n reanl' at te tre-
ers' me Ins id club conventonns and takes longer for the hnrti to 'rowqn "'-r te tnt Persian boots rep-
such'~ inolu matters that she really' jow talre thal I the he tl. 1.' seateded n Greek vlIes.n
,-sn't ti hil' ton t u ilt' te willgrow ent'y ut,e f however re 'nrd *ntefl.it3-enb
Thi eerfalr' c'ia st-I >f.tl'telt'i.l. tro h ntheei.lyolis.w oriticn. the linvarhibae rule Is to re-
T cl 'te; erl i- lu froi -' ell o i-'teen mt nc', e them31 after entering a private
uil caller '1 mother uvas ui- while tie hleel will grow down In from house just when stepping on to the
stairs puint flsnishing touches to three 1to .ve months. As the new horn jmat or carpet en wti the visitor
her tolet. I.t Itle boy, whose growsout.any cracks or defects in the t akes his set. They mut be ast off,
own toilet' aiy I need of attend old gradually work down to where the right boot or shoe first, before the
What they nbe cult off. jst as with human worqhper enters a temple or mosque.
"Wh..at 6.. mean?" finger nails you can watch the progress ni te s a t e o msque
"E. t.c. e Icaller of a bruise from the root to the tip.- profanation to attempt to enter either
"Yes." e cller. t's a LOndon Answers, profanation to attempt to enter either
es. .e lttle boy. It's a London Answers. fully shod .-London Athenaeum.
sort of aI ts In a book I was fully shod.-Lond.n .Athenaeu.
reading." Pretty Absennmind:d.
"O7S" s e "ller. "Etc. Is an ab- A book about Geor-ge Canning and
breviatlo 'jisjptln. It stands for his friends contains among Its anec- L. MWARE.
et cetera. e dotes two which deal with Hookham
The lit y looked puzzled. "I'm Frere and the abentnilndedness for
not in La .set.ie said. which he wias noted. Frere married
"Et te explained the caller. Lady Errol. and "while they were en- S t et re V' s,
means-- it means 'and so on.'" gaged he took her into supper at a
Thie i y was thoughtful for a ball. While they were talking he
moment, ..then be said: drank t, the glass of wine he had E stal
"I wls mamnma could find time poured out for her and then took her
to ~t cetL b00ons on my pants." ba' k supperless to the ballroom. After
lid, ta diis disheveled appear the wedding he went straight from
- "'e. they Ttirmgeed, "Amen."- the (Iurch to r. Murray, the pub-
iNew YQ" n l n ",r. vho asked him to stay to din-

retanceO ot Vowels.
Do y ly 4 alize the importance A R AR
of the 1I "e" In English? The in- A FRENCH FEINLE
scriptio 1 'PrsrVprfc mnurkpthsprcp-
tstu," o the Decalogue in an Eng- ,ciNMN l EVt r5 rPPIsS. D METUTRSA 2l--
11sh H i1sx, CBA. xL=ir for I pr-amf 11-i svtlm.
lsheq church puzzled people for END lKNOWN T$ AL. saf sure I Speedy SaAs-
200 yea Pepe It properly with Gianedr iedRende.Snt pai ET US HANDLE
for $1.00 per box. Will veandthem on trial, tobb pafid Ttt nll
h. have them send your orders to the r
pmlfecti n; e\eskeeP Ihese precepts UNITED MEDICAL CO-.o X 74. LANCA 0. I OFFICE IN BANK OF ST
ten 's Lt?-oston Gloe.
Sold 'inSl:Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchiell


S w ser*rve. and the meethIg No ice is hereby given that the folluwi,. r described la-nds will be sold at pub-
*e Pr~ e of passing Off pileasaly lic auction on the 7th (laay ot Jinue, 1909, at the East door of the- Bank of
oug0. ot the blow fta ell when-the St. Andrews, Fla, or so inuch thereof iss will be necessary to pay thew umoulit of
D 5i:e lfl,. idie aged woman with
twnle of humor in her eye, arose the tLown takes hercin set opposite to the same together with the cost of sueh
10i the -fl't formal announcement. s.le and advertisintr. Town Taxe. for'thie tT'awvn of St. Andrews, Fkl.e- for. 1908.
'LadLta," she said mildly, "several G L, ARMSTRONG, Town-Tax Colle to'ir.
of us, as ~ our eustom, have brought i t cc i
out with usr-the proper thing TO WHOM I 5 1 P A -A t
'for o eMs to do. These chil- I DEGRPTION of Ta'
O.tr you ate -aware, are upstairs ASSESSEr0. d I
I i twof our most loyal moth-____ : .* : C I "s.
er,, ' Baggs, W S.... .. sw of nwi of swi....... 30 3 14 10 $20 00 77
I "E.h, f us has listened with pa- McKenzie, RL..... ei of swi of sw (of swi
fluence,' It said, to praises of asoth- and w of set of swi of
her's pqgy. But now we are prepar- swi and wi of net of
ed to aifn the truth. There is a gen- se4 of swi ,.......,,,, i 3 14 15 lO00 00 2 93
tlemk j;,.our midst. He shall see the Moring, Edw'n W 10 lots1, 2, 7, 8, swi ...... 6 4 14 80 00) 1 71
child and make formal report to us Russ, M W estate. 15 lots 1 and S, swi........ 6 4 14 125 00 2 42
as to thifh Is the prettiest!" Coffman, J D..... 45 14
Ba 's4heart went right down Into Simpson,. JD ..... 7 lots II, 12, 14, 15,16,17,
hiS n leathers as he turned upofn 18, 19 and 20, s+...... 35 3 15 1'0w 00 2 33
mIrg. n ton with a look of unforgiv- Thompson, G B.. 10 lots 8 and 10 si...... .. 3' 3 15 20 00 77
lng loach. Simpson, J D..... 10 lots 17, 19 and 20 si.... 3X 3 15 40 00 1 08
a I" didn't do ft.t" she whis- Powers, Coraa... 11 lots 11 and 13 si........ 35 3 15 20 00 77
"pere "Trs one of the surprises the Pr.ther,Eliz'beth 11 lot 15 s...... ......... 35 3 15Y 10 00 61
club as springs on the hotes- Simpson, JD..... 11 lots 16, 17, 19 and 20 si. 35 X3 50 00 1 24
op.n I sot ii It!'" Powers, C ra.... 13 lots 1 to 6 inc and lots
Th no do th sin ty 1, 12 and 14 si. 35 3 15 100'00 2 33
herwa no douhting the sincerity Powers, Cora.... 13 lot 9 s................ 35 3 15 10 00 61
ie ne. and B irton, summoning Powers, Cora.... 14 lots 9, 19 and 20 sa..... 35 3 15 30 00 92
1t h 'i every fiber I ''est. The qui k eyed presi- Powers, Cora ... 16 lots 1 and 2 si.......... 35 3 15 30 00 92
his inthnilon. apd she Powers, Cora.... 17 lots 2 and 4 Bi......... 35 3 J.5 4000. 0
a ter a word, 'Poier's, Cora.... 18 lot 7 ................. 35 '3 15 IS 05 690
f ni:nti-lsh to Simpson, J D... i 21 lot 4 less 20 feet on east
it' iF e. 'Iill' I a not -d gocd jrfidge of side and lots 5 &6 s. 35 3 15 50 0) 1 54
lil .."he ti hIire'vd. "l'ut kv, <;an Simpson, J D.,.. 22 lots- 9, 15, 17 18 and 20 3 '3
nct hl.t.Io him. .We i'l feel sue mbaI sii.......... ...... 35 3 11 ,.-W., 1 64.,
nlie l. 1in of .ludie l tandl ouri tinag Simpson, J D..... 25 lo's 5 and 6 s. ...~... 35 3 15 20 00. 77
dhe 1-.he ., I o lwhat.ed courage Simple. N-stor M. 2 lots 15,16. 17 and 18 swi~ '16 '3 15 59 00 1, 24
nd tI. he, ^w11 do what w.e ask tof Unknown..... .... 16 lots 4, 5,6.7, 8 & 9 sw+ 36 3 15 '. :4f0 08'
him.' Pond, Mrs. C K.. 18 lot 5 swi;............. 36 3 15 0 00 61'
A d'oz iniles were n 'pre sed as : Unknown ........ 30 lot 10 swi....... ...... 36 3 15 10 00 61'
dozen a'ds i,'d(!ded approval. l: Thompson, G B .. 23 lots, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12 and. 13
ton's 4. flalihed, fer tlhe un ncr "'i in ii-l 'd i'., I ippeAl:'d to hinm Unknown ........ 23 lots 14,15.16,17 &18 F-e 36 3 15 50 00 1 24
'*I si .,'f iripest. la(ldies." hbe sailt Sheppard, A A... 8 lots 8 and 9 ni,....... 1 4 15 50 00 1 24
with I (Idteriuin.ition. "On II Blotint, Mrs A H. 27 lots 12 and 13 net...... 1, 4 15 40 00 1 08
nor.r:i I shl Ie o ry gld to 1 n Unknown ........ 30 lots 8, 9,10 and 11 net. 1 4 15 40 00 1 08
r H e y o Coffman. J D..... 32 lot 9 net............... 1 4 15 10 00 61
,,ta ihl tlrrll et .hy fore y,-n An Smith, Wm ..... 4 lots 17 and 18 nwi..... 1 4 15 80 00 1 71
'rrI':' '.e. I al I'rt-lird to fat e t Unknown ....... 4 lot (il set .............. 1 4 15 -50 00 1 24
-onliq 'v 'S. whiltet r Ihey ni;;y he'' Ui.known ........ 6 lots 1 and 3 net........ 1 4 15 1.0 00 : 61.
Thb' II 'ert .nl I d ,n(Id ap'I;)inted Unknown........ 32 lot 15 swi.............. 36 3 15 10 00 1 61
,ot1 v 'to' ;esrt -r:on to the nur
-ry it hi' t '-i.sht elter of V/histler as a LOtt.r wii.Lr. ner, ,to whll bh he very nearly-agreed,
-outl err i f t:. w ,re itddlil Early Mr Whlllhr le as ni loe'er writ rememberingg only just in time that,
nd ,' i l', ,f 1 ver the flhr i )e 'are ,. r- gliri.1 n :1 o sers .vth. Ien wfs vry fretlli-tl the honeymoon."
Ir Irhp per,,il, I-. -.s w. wirni i lind in ll, but It I, Is a Joy to re ',
treT' I n'ri ivn vi', I lv.'n a Iol a 'im. withi his very dslirlJitful person.., Scotch Profits.
Jhir ,l 'o l V11 tit '' !'r;:i <'f t n te . ;e,,(i trSco ,h P1.rofits.
il.Ic il. ti-I t rt f The tyle. No one ev'vir wrote e ite11 "We have decided." ia'id tbe head of
',:ci lY, te% %ifpl limp. 'r11 ,tsi. Th, sihn. laht,**n, wilh whoa 1 li s- a Glasgow firhi. "to oiduleit our busi-
lie 1 l id .l 'I it. xihh in, reatn 'mny i):lsstiturs. tilwe. 11 t review' i nessn future en the profit sharing
I ll. n lu:: o o ', 'wit 'it he''olr ht li.on Ur er tie.-' In rvi.w S principle We shall .'begin at once on
u It ht a 'utihe n>st writin 'is a"SytillhonlIy hI 'Vhie." sidh',! b ,he basis of hast year's -Treslt-s."
i i rl 1. I tl1'(.. called attention to the f.It that thel "We are deligLted to hear it," replied
i s to ereT nl y Cter lthts hi tlthe pi-ili' the foreman, sipea':lfit f(;r th then.
I. il s i '",', ti 11s ril)pbon tis'o l )e hesi(' wl.i!0.Tlherei wakt.. i ntil- .'May we ask what were the' .last
le I.'i to ch te i a'r h I int:ld. the i 'd hlish air ;f tIh 'v9 u :' year's results?" '
l 't l owi j l 'e1 i: tln. he mti for lnstante;: hIsr flesht ,colr, '1I 1 '' "We lopt ti thousand pounds." said
e k:ow .Is thie p'ett le blue t'hl)or. l~lo(lo si o. \Whaisl)lr r, the employer. "ii. Ilhei'fore on the
it iv u olir I ?, h salUn in I to ki ' au poi'dd: "B P-n 1 l*u. <1( this wihe pe profit sharing principlle, there will be
-.vur ilLe. htro ie s 1 hlok prett. n exlpelt white thnir a,,.d chlialket' a reduction of 10 per cent In your
-UeS i lli, f ro. o le.i" --fa'es? Aand d(oes it I te'slit hin tI a wages."--Dun:dee Advertiser.
V. h ll .lip of rl.bou bttih d 1). tounldi g (oi-llweq'nli'i. .believe that __
rwVe h.l:I Irelmbling hlihngers lie bleg< -yniphoi:y il FI con,',"s ano ;other iso Stood Up For Him.
'; sti. I .. I ,' tlly. one n lbut shall be a (:llI t'id pl l. 1 'h .. Dblint-So Cse.v wUs runhiin'" me
lOw el l 'lw :i oI-'. lie f-und i I" F F I" ? * Io(< I A o'f(l "t" -Otl 's dowu a"'e -stok 'tup for me? Calla-
dl I' :1 bl ::''.s he fir:t et he world i- f:t silar wi tlh Wh-tiler han-Oi Idid. Oi.Iz to hiinm, Casey."
but' ,he fotlr's tli hesitated, ad ll ~udi dd llls(+' *e i Inl' roply tou .on1' siz 01. "ye're honest T'n' truthful an'
re tu:i'; ,tcr. ',~" " ulu ntion Its the N-'w Y. rk Tribllun yrce'i no coward. an' ye work hard an'
t; la r:e. Inqlluig hit, by Hlinmelrton. whoi .iyphlind ithat ,,' yer dibts, tin' ye don't get drunk
'.e "lc' he. -y f- 'Ir. l e t.t 1a4. an.l'
I..- .it lyhi.u Whistler tr-efud to answer is l.'ttcrs a' liek yer wolre. but in other re-
I i inrr ,I hlit llil" in t.os Vhistler referred to lhe wrIterr aisn sects -ye're no better ,thap Dolai!"-
.'.:- y like, the nos Mr h.natnmrton." 'iill h mnid, Iinamer puc k.
M 'rs . ton perfectly frl' ns .itid "sto ~ie'cd '
ler'.s .In .l':ii, h:d .(wi istler's i'nds.-Arthur' IlIeber iln -Hr atinds Full.
1 in l .r.: t .,' v. hltll'- r I .s ( ,4 ,p nitie lForum. "'Poor' womatlln: -'i* h s atem'ily timu
i s' a:ll;" Lh t lg he r n0t :i0, gelt e to eat and sleep,.
*- l:t Iin' lb hs ..t~ ig .r not" -slet gesAncient skates "Nonsense! Why. sli .Is rich, and
l, Irl':"" t -I "ru t: rd l The English t hronaler has recorded has no dutles whatever "
IT, r l ul his rhs toward hP bht the youth of ILondon In the twelfth "'But shei tells ile, she rends all tht,
hld. v. hn voice behind slopp century understood the art of flying latest novels.-('lveland Leader.
-l::. r .. ..' >)ver the ice like birds in the air. but ,
t.';itu's e 't ..-'i: In-ma-mne:tl the origin of skating IS far more an- Favors.
I 't't ly I me ts b eain cent. An Icelitdle s agii relates hbo Stella-What w'er the favors at her
te.h sa l, r tlv rit lw tLu an wtib the Norwegian hero Frith.jof not only dinner? rethl--Wt't. all the guests
t.el y-r r;' ing the air withtraced verses upon the polished mirror, thought they did h-r at fw.-r by tom-
".itlh,-'.hin -i.' h'baby ihe.. but also cut tthe dear name of Inge- Ing. and she thliou::ht therv dm her a
ei'ig-i n ul hit rl'g 1t1 red i bord. Skates have been discovered favor by leaving.-- N 'i:l ,, e 't I+-lps notn grl. bbed ear Spandau, in Germany, which those -- .
hild.fr ",..t glare tolrbd him-be competent to express an opinion at- Net Quite 1 .1d.
.'dOf r (e Iir th lscs. t' hs. be tribute to a period of 3,000 years ago. Polly Prim-They tell mil' you are ii
'' t tit it, tstr in These skates were made from bones disslpanteJ young nimn: Now. I sup-
.r .1 ., 1 i. t huesltir andi of horses, figured and perforated to at- pose you never see the sun' rl e. :Jacvk
irolmelr in youtne g ts nd tach to the sandal. Similar .skates Raplide-No: f n't stay up quit--
re inp t riled young th ave been found at Moorfields, In Fins- that late. -Pht'thiupit leeit rd
'rs. :-'l.'l rhntl bury, and like discoveries have been
.: i. xcisd triumphantty made in Berlin in the bed of the Spree.
I 'ik ,1itJlcd ais the prettiest of 'These ad, similar -discoveries, we B-ri'- Fe rt V''.rhip. -
hb. 1mrnaedea n!"m .i:whlspred learn, enable the authorities to con- T rt do.n d t.'mn
in.s1'a n!"bv whisre lude that the European ice area lii like we.r bothl sand-'l-t a"l shl.
hr .estd H1:'- Ig hel t llby tergetal prreliistoric times extended from Great- lPp' "a< the ltter bota ai
Bt Is rt did int aim nswer until all ritain to Finland and from Norway "'e t'alt'l ( e' -;oi'l ,'i r "tit' w-e
lie ''I..thr milcprs hIad oneae. Then be to Hungary.-London Globe. r -I(r ...e ty ,t -i.hntalrn n-od ir ste
-aid I! e titig inest n -itral. Aphi. whHe t.e 'loe was pr<.ba'd> h
....n't y u I'liink your b'y mi-r he A Horse's Toe Nails. i whien de yi e brI
raU- It l,I,- ',i-1i'."" he naked ilh Fewv persons realize that a horse's r 'an^, d Moto -o l t ether wI'.,
mere rh. r(l. i d .:rs. aots toe uail of huimn1 beings or of anit- l 1t


Succeed when everything else.fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's'counter.

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.uit. so. -
Whenithe late Louise Chandler MouiL
ton was in London in the late' s"vev.
ties 'she notced the servllty, as a rwle,
of the shopkeepersI It IV Iv comfort to
be sure not 'o be bullied f 1 itoY_1
tbings not refily dislied, but noily
recommended by the tradeasmi. Is
her volume of "Rando lUs she
recalls an Ifncident in whfl th !fer 'rs
tongue got away.with him. i
"Quite so!" Is a favorite frmaile
with. the London shopkeeper, ad this
habit leads hIm sometimes hito idlcu-
lous blunders. For instance, w'eVpt
6ne day into the shop of a ondon
druggist, or chemist, as they ssay there
"I want a toothbrush,' I said.
"Quite so, madam!"
"And some' smelling salts-Satw "
"Quite so!"
"Oh, and hlik. Have yotu iooad laeM
"Quite' sof
Presently my parcels wetW put Up
and I began to count eat the .pay for'
them.. .My Yatikee arfthmetlci wasF
scarceefy eqtil to the shfllings alad six-
pences, not I& say farthings, of this
unaccustomed currency, ad I said:
"I am awkward with yof'r money."
d'Quite so, madam," came the shop&k
: man's replVtywth the qccustome.d sweet'
readiness .anI .it ,,wa_',.of|l, t.. the-
smil I boinld 'tiitf repress that, he wah
remWkided of his unintentlonfId 0ciour-
tesT', : ':
n. .Seobnet' of S6e0as.
The motto of. success w'a's: g!* lip
this tple, told at a banqetf:'
A. Swcde .among the n iliaers iti the
wvest was, noted for always. sbelking'
pay d'tfr. His fellows fl.ioigt 'that
there maF t be some -secret to tihe un-
usual success of the' Swede an*-'qiid s
tioned ,fm as to how e h alway- tsue-
ceededl ff finding the spot where thep
gold rfolpped out.
"Veilf. Ay don't know ef, Ayricaft tell
anytan', 'Iout dat.". afnlfered, Ole.
"Ay only know dnft Ay yffst keep. oil
diagin'." -Mllwaukee Free Pree.s.
WdrdswortitfoBn. 6he
"I lievor nade a Jol.e.liilt on0.I .1n 1111
1 ife." tAnfessed W*Vrdsworth. and
rest. off' tie. tsoy leave one in d.Qaa
whether h lit ew a joke- cihei ie i
t, "'Meethig a'peasant uneighbbr oha
'y.v. he asked lue. 'Ha' ye seen dn 1
wife, Meester WordsWorth?" *My goa o
fallow,' said I; *I didn't so mdicIh wi
know that you' had a wife.' ..

For Sale! I
We offer for sale a, strip, from tIf*
south side of the north half of ktib.
northv-'st quarter of section 10, town-
sh!p 4 south, range 14 west, ruhnlbhg
from the school house to Watson bayob,"*
adjoining Millville on the south. VWill
sold in acre. quarter, or half-acre lo(t *
The price asked will be according to
!oeation. W A IMMMONP' "

A 'vlAP OF 'T. ANDREW r(1f
30x50 i.ncille, correctly l,'?i|'e a&loi
showing all the str n l'r inatl*
boiililingN-is of great viin, In any-
one cointemni lasting piirclahsihg proi 1-.
*rt) in .t>iwni it <'iVeI't about Cfolr
o, ilf, :o'f coamt line, ixtp,.ming caR.
W-r l from )'yer'sis fifr.,t t(, ai't *m- .
killing Olbil St. Anilrew's, wvitl cir
r.ispa iilinhig territory ii flaidl. l'l't,. '-
)Ie l)Dollar, lit the IrJOY Offiee.
FIFTY u;E '' OI .'
Sho 'liang all the l:il i4pi elsei! p,( i .I
thlie Cincinitnati ,aniainy, }alsojfoea'$
Harrlson, rarker, (roliaieittnta. alt
adlj'ceni c.t>intliy. Tli e ilat of tih.
Its is not shl 'iwn. liut by ti,'i lu4. 4
this nit p Itia a;liir,.xiuale lTr a i9>n of
any i-t is easily hf'teriniiiled" .Price
FIaty C(peist, at ttrl Mrley -OffitPce,
Eitll,.'naI will l,pe "Wr r't nmial to
*ilv aslhlir ..s ,r. aeea |ilt 'f i11.lr.jii 'ire '
An Ar.cmnrgiranli < ylfj u~ ""
PILES T S S upposi -i,
*- D. Mat. Th l ,peo!. ?",.
O r d ,.,.4l, airsvilte, N. C.. wrli.s: o i n i
tbry do abl y..u uaim for Ihen1." Dr. 8. M. DepTee,
Raven Rock, W. V W. e lrles; "* They give miuu al sai a
faction." Dr. H. D. Megil, Chtu-kpbsrg, Tet2., wit.a
"In a prie Ice of 2 ye~r, I b.a fde reutyW
equsl your.'- f *rre
by Duggiaa. MARTIN RUDY. (JIltMTC. S

Sold inlSf. Andrew's Bay by Dr W. G. Mte.ff



Exploding ee BubbIes.
The intensely cold. nliglift4 of fberta.,
Rays a writer, produce a nomenrn. Occtulbninlly t i llr e-ie
broken bja,loud report reserdniln tilue'
boom pf.a canned The T noiwe. Is( cnusd *
by the Iurstlng f air kIe Ib.bbbl#tt a
river. The streams coml-ig fri.ii the
hills are ,iieisred in. ;ce Ia l v1se
Inches thick, and a- the watir. 't-
EcJndis faster tlUnU it es"'aipeal t~!rtg
the river the rtsulf i'- 4 ;"hi y.'l .b .v.-,o
Statide ,r.sure. This 1rn- ,aul' ii ...a
ice npoin 1rie ri'"r to rfls. t' m'iiuntd4
often six to cl'lht feet high. For at
time they seem to yield el';ttAit M tiar
the pressure. but finatily cai Wrye.
stand no more and burst with ti etx-
ploslVe report. The wAttfr rushes out,
soon ft(rezlng. however. nod eva'il,'y
further explorl'ns The wrt'.cr a,*siertt.
that he' has seen stopen6 of ihes l.
hillocks within a few miles.


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