Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00115
 Material Information
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: October 21, 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: VID00115
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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..Byr MfERUB KA.U COK 4 Bradley Land Pa~smd-..Steam #
yr 'gk 1W 1Y-AP Nw V,% From Froien geaa-1falf the 0
~ed Cpen. egi~sred in*'Food Allowance Used-Mad. 4
~ Ae~rd~n1 Wih, Cpy-" dening EffeieL0of olar Glit-'.
~t.6~ A.~.C~*~t*. to*.tj-2
.90rLaw& at. u A4mig6 -Vlepar of Ahwd*-~
MRights ne O 0Rayeond Is I~o an a."


nor h wit rd n% advs -rue'-ibmtINfs bgt tse

polar powty ViVto I~tSVwpMl)qt h
northern .he' altmtiellgpt. F'n
cad of the I'Pjr it )o if*. ih Ftr
itry to tb.s. ftI iz *tI wqju 6dat's "0and

through *,Selo,6tda
telnperatl~roand ove* leg br~pftf Irl-
regulatil~es of au 'nkbq~fi Wtv do
lee to muan tea 200'd"'efou.twI be O9
Now we bud_ thq !Vsyi Iiuiakably
at midnight. pj4 sm. kw g07i~ry ai
quite tin t twevs~'dto qwriIWo of shI4'.
eM~ Qlserivti04.- Go AprI9l pAced
camp ai uttue P*.os
eme. og~d 94 4g~b
In Sato or W~i bew'
fimwowow -lasdtdvawvc.406
1:114 w ine &~YR. MIAaaok*1

Owi mafbm-.'Ae

would fake us to'
days.'Thbre wetA
to rtsk. lja advo

..IotltslcK* work..


of- lee

line of I wa possible. Progress. however. wit
Should quite as difficult as over the irregula
'e0 ad pack. The snow was crusted witt
0,ka k large crystals. An increased frictlot
Reduced the speed, while the surface
too hard for snowshoes, wnq also toi
weak to give a secure fi.nting. l I
loneliness. the monotony, the Ithardshll
Staof steady. unrelieved travel were unov
keenly felt.
1"I It is not often that mnn's lhorsepo
;t er sl put to the test ns oirs was.
were compelled to develop a wo
energy to the limit of animal l
Day after day we had piisbhei
i .at tbesamlte steady pace over
lp@ throwrb i t ntat
SQ9 eye opened -at ti en
Sl.tabiEr tthe St wha nliit i1

.-. been lost In the long drag. they still
i broke the frigid silence with an occa-
h sional outburst. A little fresh enthusi-
i1 asm from the drivers was quickly fol-
P. lowed by caulne activity.
, We were in good trim to cover dim-
tance economically. The sledges were
A light; oar bodies were thin. All the
muscles had shriveled, but the dogs
Ined much of their strength. Thus
ripped for the last lap, one horizon'
after another was lifted.
In the forced etdort which followed
we were frequently overheated. The
temperature was steady at 44 degrees
below zero F.. but perspiration cane
with ease and a 'certain amount of
pleasurW. Later. however, tbire fol-
19wed tral 'of ufrt1ing for M-
h days, Te delight of' tle biIr d

of color to dancing horizons. The aItl
rags turned things topsy turvy. In-
verted lands and queer objected 'ever
rose and fell In shrouds of mystery.
but all of tins was due to the atmoy&
pherle magic of the midnight sut, .
With a luety series of daily aqtro.
nomleal observations our position 'was
now accurately zed for each stage of
progrONS. As we need the v*1tub
4-bagimation qulceened. and a adtlese,
almost hysteric excitement came oVei
us. The boys fancId they saw beaver
and seals,.and I had a new land under
observation frequently, but with .
change the direction of light or gar

tMd ~ ft'43, IDW~ at St Andrews,
- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u U'P~ eode Atu-mar, tinder
.Ac~(o GViOWv oriXarbh 3, 1879.


.Display adv. rates. 50c.. per inch
per month. Position and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
to special agreement.
"' Local Prift," 5c per liDne, first in-
sertion; 2&e per line each subse-
quent. Display locals double
above rates.

J.'5. Senator--z.t District, W. H. Milton. Maril
apna. sd District, 1. P. Taliaferro. Jacksonville:
liU eamtatives-,-ist District, S. M. Sparkman
Tampa; ad District. Frank Clark. Lake City;
3d District. Danitte H. Mays, Monticello.
n d Office--Registrar, Shields Warrenm Rceetv-
Laer, H. S. Chubb. Gainesville.
ate--Governor, Albert W. Glohrist; Secretary.
H-. CGCrawford; Treasurer, W. V. Knott-Attor-
ney-General. Park M. Trammel; Comptroller,
-A. J. Cooa; ;Superintendent of Public Ibistruc-
tion. W.'M. Holloway; Commissioner of Agrin-
cultare, B. E. McLin; Chemist, R. E. Rose:
Geologist. E. H. Sellards; Auditor, Ernest Amos
AdjSt&nt-Geeral. J. Clifford R. Foster Rail-
.road C ammi'ioners--R. C. Duhn. R. rudson
Burr. N. A. Bliteh and S. E. Cobb, clerk.
n. tor-Buell Cook, Chipley.
",g"ten County-Representative. L. Mc-
s"aie. Vernon; County Judge, 1. R. Wells
CWe of Court. County tClrk, Recorder ot
Deeds. W. Lackey; SheAff,. C. G. Allen. Ver-
e.; puty, C. H. Danford; Tax Collector.
S conn Treasurer H.B. miller
Vno: v 62or. J.J. Williams. Ohipley,
roun:Vn rt..8 Gainer, %a au;

w ,k-s Thi District, I. M..
= th bisrict. F. Evans; Fifth
To -Mayor. H. Drummond;


uAtice of thef V~on~b.
. o' iat, W A. Emmons, A. H. Brake. F. Bul-
School Dire tors: G. W. Surber. Sr., T. B.
: iner. G. st. A.I.Brake;Posttnmaster.
a C L ty~P osstmter, Mrs. Belle Boothe;
DpZty Shkeiff, Ai Ilogeboom. justice of
S............. e
P .Pec a, 1. B. HarresC; CnstabM.J. H.
Arke--Postmaster P. M. Boutelle; Notary
Puirllc, W. H.I Paf Clr.
y poatmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
KpiBn--Postinaster, Andrew Aflan.
WeS Bayv-Postmaster, ............
Souhp~g--Postnaster. R. Barnett.
.w ,_Postmistress; Mis. R_ GaY.
e^ad-Postraster, K- Mashburn.
ok---Poestmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Sp Postmistress. Mrs. Dyer.,
Mu'eea.__Postrnater. JIames MI Mu- re.
CJun County. CromantOn-Portmaster.Nora
Farmdal._.Postmaster. W. F. Woodford.
Ba tist--Church Wyoming ave. and Pearl st.
Rey. Herman S.Howard, postor;prea ching ev-
ery second Sunday, morning and evening; auu-
dLv 14ool evervSugday at 9 a. m.; Prayer
service every Thursday evening at 8 o lcok.
Methodist Episcopal--Chnrch Washington Ave
Mnd C enut St. Sunday School 9:3o a. n..
vet'y mday. Rev. F. Wineman. pastor.
byean-Cur corner aine Ave. and
tra St. Sunday Schoo at.:3 a.mR. every
s, sday., John'Stro, Supt. J. Round-
.C St.hurch corner Wyoming Ave. and

:Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Commu-
R- :, l ..nications on the first
( Hand third Saturdays
.' Sin ea6h month.
S. V lt ttng HBrothers
." M. .9EOGEtSON. W. M.
*' ^ PAl Seorets y
;i 1 1, / -- -o
',W' ":A A; ONS.
JS _iLge; has jurisdiction
take affidavits. galize
reiniF orida.

Modie. G radate of the Unversity
im. any. Chronic Diseases and dis-
." sq' v.bf Wo6Bhi and Children my Specialty.
e Pu.lic for State at Large. Solicits official
bifIatt tlhis jurisdiction.
Off** at Badk of St. Andrews.
& 'ti(Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
o of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
,:" Iofirial work solicited and given prompt
ticef.e the Peace, Dist. No. S. Office at resi-
derce in West End. St. Andrews; but carries
baf ai with him at his business and is prepared
to M ply his jurat to instruments, wherever
osan. Attends to official business in his juris-
ditet,. Collections a specialty.
Noarsy Public for the Stite of Florida at Large.
O(0 at Parker, Fla. C3nveyancing and pay-
mas of taxes for non-residents, specialties.

For Sale!
W offer for sale a strip from the
aso aide of the north half of the
sortrest quarter of section 10. town-
thip 4 south, range 14 west, running
frotitha schooL-huse to Watson bayou,
a&laing Millvile-on the south. Will be
old. In acre. quarter, or hali-acre lots
Thefrice a ied will be according tc
-io. A EMMON -'
M_ A1

anewr 'n gue n ryUn AS, 10 iMUr IU ID.
expellitian started for the pole with elev-
en men. 10t dogs and eleven h ea.vty. load-
NJd sleds. Going a little north of' west,
*he party on March a1 reached the north-
orn end of Helberg island.' lere the ex-
pedition divided, si pinen returning. The
great race to the pole now began. On
March s18 twent:y-six miles were made
*nrd tipl next day rwenty-one. Then two
more of hlie ren returned, leaving only
t.wo young Ftnkimos to accompany Dr.
Con%:. wflh two funded sledges and twen-
I-ssix duos. un Miarch 3u sixteen miles
nert- coveted. twenty-nine miles on the
.-t. i'Msi-y-Iwo the followaqg day and
al'er' ld for several days an average of
zeventn.,i or eiltiecn. Near the northern
tldL.e of. .rant Land a great open lead waz
uniit'unl rea. uInc h was crossed with
so; p .".il on the young ice. Some days
Iat.r after j \e'ru sitorifl the Ice split
u:t un ,er the Igluo. tund Dr. Cook In his
sleeping bJg sank 111to 11.e clovico, being
drgg-t.l i .t:,fety b ty tlie young Esktlinos.
" lie na,'nnce wns h.ilied J'y storms, in
one ot 1 Ich the duo4s were burled and In
aniolter Miei en thenitilve.. To tho west
a 1neu land. nRmed Uradlley land by
(C'Otk. %% '- p.lili,1d. <-.tenalt, g frmn a3 de-
gree.s *j miinlnues to *J rtp ers 61 minutes
and close to the one iinnlili I ad second
merldia;.. Dr. C'oo,. uvi, .oc'');int of his
ilash4 irom Btiadley Land to me pole Is
given itlow.j

SVl:1 lthe newly discovered coast
HIles w:l.s wriitle-n Iradley Land.
in11 hoL r (rJouhn It. Bradley.
the lienefaictor of the expedi-
tiOl. As we lipssed north of this land
there was liuthiig substantial upun
which to th thte eye.
,Ther''l was at no time a perfectly
elkir horizon. but the weather was
good euough t) Ite. prmit frequent nauti-
Ua) -ol servatons. -. ,. /
'buns day afler day the marches
were for-e.d, the ntu ident.s ald the p0-
sitiuus -w're recorded, but the adven-
(ures were promptly forgotten tn'the
mpltuita ble-ot b he nexl diday' effort.
411g6M,' y ftife ,' whlg olt Ihpe Stun nt midnight.
l'or a inumlier ot til.hts it rmide grim
fires at us in its selling. A tousing
ntist. draw as a curtain 'over tin'
northern 'sea at midnight, buad given

curious advauttges for celestial ptag
Ilig; rioting into this haze. we were
i unable to sletertiine sharply the ad-
sent of I lite tilligliht sun.
Now the great bulk was drawn out
.egg shaped. with horizountai lines
drawn thrlugli it. Agutlin it wan preps-
cd I to i tir iun witl flinning tires.
bumrlaitg l'hoiuiil a" turltain of frosts;
blue it other tlimas. It appeaued like a
bug p vas. u, a It reslird 'lrc vry Jittler
IItiaglihttlio to se purple nu. violet
flowers. ,;

fieo- .-dlorltel fnes of sIPII tr uni.-
nminall Wre lilp I t) smillt o01 fancy. ,
We hail t herelf'nre foliw.td tI ie sun's

-.uewrtrr m wpa w'ropmg usti nu?
,east with siffdeqpt roAe to give Ws0
some anxiety, but with eyes closed to
danger' and hardships the double days
of fatigue and glitter quickly followed'
one another.
the temperature, ranging between
80 and 40 degrees below zero P.. kept
persistently near the freeing point of
mercury, and. though the perpetual
sun gave light and color to the cheer-
less wastes, we were not impressed
witb any appreciable sense of warmth.
Indeed, the sunbeams seemed to make
the frost of the air pierce with a more
painful sting.
There was a weird play of otgles.
seemingly most Impressive at this
time--clouds of steam rose from the
frozen seas. In niarching over the
golden glitter snow scalds the face.
while the nose is bleached with frost.
In camp a grip of the knife left pain-
ful burns from cold metal. To the
frozen finger the water was hot. With
wine spirits the fire was lighted, while
oil delighted til stomirh. In dreamnn
heaven was hot, the other phice u.as
All ntunre was f:alre. We seniiel
to be nlePring thi*1 called fl u p of n
.ew h:idps. InI our hard life- Ili're w:I-
nothlitl- fonnlit Ily wfirnl Tl,,,.i Iip
ll .1)pp.Irqi,.r- weore lil de(f pDili. lilt'
drea 'i ol"tr l b.nl c,'>ld Ainift,r i. TIh'r,.
"V'I ll) l<|v:l;l[;l 1 11 I b I, 1 | .
\V<' should bit %- (4taiivod ihiq cirlim-i
"]ixpr *rntp. lutl wiltlh nill*. I-l41lv dt"
c miforts. Orenil Im l Ine. ii 'ln u ITI~ '*I"'-|
:1U Al li m lrli.;-: i l,,'i,,'ifir. I'1n-ri 1 ,10 t19
se nlt repil Iiys frinlSi lii .rlor -4 .f lii
tirep. Thli plea ""trc was r:t-rt\. ed lror n
ili''r r .rosiwse t.
-. \"V ,iiw i i hi :l llrP] r w,,l in-, l illl--
fr lin d.i h, y-Ilr. l,.'li h I<:i.l;t
,.'Lt.'|l -(' tl lN t :alt ... { ll0 -Lt'L i l I-rnr'
la nii1w I.l . vi i n .' r i h re\ wqtier
whi'-lr mii fli,.r s r irr wt'rl
tin loiiger p.ssililo. 1' Ib liir eP|tlM
flrM wrP riinr, h(tI i ii:taint -in d'r't
Iniilnr tho dyv's ori (mi;' hit. l|;I|nd
uf fitx- thrnitni.iiiiet W"hin the siorins tlhronteired l t
'Onri \\wn%: jil-tlvit l. ald i str in bIl. w\
tlhe innire-i -It u hei.r? -t d. lit itn on.
wayyr r Inolil er we. nii-till.v fnlilid i.
few hoirs In '1:l irl ,t i tll:' i4l.il dini
litn whih-b I n iil'rtr h 'fr i l ie f,,rcerd I.
twee i i lid-. II int;, Itr4Td lifilet hpili
Pr we trarv0lel nlit!,l or tinf.V -ill hiour-
idl fill d:i w,.r' nlike ton -f,., r w.
li:l tin n1t'l o6.itld lin It' l I rP~r s. n'
SundlaiyR. I f lip cl.ll'v. tiIo Ihlindln;irks v:.
Illil oilistsd t ll )pass. '1' nlv ill,-',, 114 ex
Ileni d 1lh l( l w l J.V (*( liiIl.-.tol. iii l' I;. '
(etP tl10'p it 1 li C 't tif ,'iir I.einrid i
penmitulani wv:s tile onti ,ule illu ii

'L;es ol,.etrv:ili.ns oi A.-pril II g .r,
latatlude 8 de.greetis t t lhaiteUs. longi
tude IG |iilII: Pis 111 Jiueolttds. '1 e paiarl
distuirlimiuie and le-ss noted iln the nri'th. airIt moveP
LnuJt. The -tiflds li-'itam l'ehavlqr. lai
gter uand Iss renv:iss.e,l.
VWe hadi .nlow paissodfl ihe tlgitsr
reaclhe.s oft all ouIr pr,'dect.-.ssrs i-,
baud gaiti d the' ivi..irailiu tof In.. I.
tliestno ili'h hi r c.u1.rsl.es. rhe tiii,,
wns at :Itntd. bowver. le )consiler si-ri
ously tbh- n'wPsyil"v rif lit earls rturlmi
Nearly liir it ot Ih f,.si l niill ,win,*.
bUld I,'elln used. In hbe ITI. uillrabji
supplies hi t ltrb'n iiore" t eti 'r e .ll.v I r.
tl.ani 111111i int1 I l. itiiin un o ,ur l,
trains wert' iurli rptilci<-d i) tin i ,'iir
A linril npe'rss'ety minst fre .ed I'll e-r:;1
In Ifit I "- sui rv|ivil 'f tlhe lilnl-t., fi
The Ipoes Iis ful il, og- were ltl Itu ItI
st6en- l ,Miirkiul f .urvtilv. .rs. I\'ll.g Ig
bhe fo'Ml lli; its :citd ill-1 ilisl\ i..-lihg 1s :
s i. W'e -,lhll I' ,.'t lr'nllh,lr l.v nIs- tiU

flaga cl ts icr4~nuue&i

Inelulla ee-lu iuiliadea-'(elhurli-Li t lic~

stOi0' of.
bure) wi F $f ll

brought lnt*e, tbl trH,
Furering tb ',batlIt'.
maigtd t tao tke
SdAitlling t1 rip Piul6t,
veinsm for fihe day's I
di1,lilf to wni;Ilt the
sit t'- ilnpiomg I nn.'
uL rmlipiug te.
In two altiitUgS--ev
ing-each look an
quarts of' water dajly..2
. the tea aind also tbe,4nt
easional soup. There w.
everywhere in hleaps,. b
crystals, and before- theW-
- be quenched several 'li
mrins fuel. which bad.,J
(lhousilnds of miles, mu
tUlJ ll his water, 'gp, e
ne.et'nary to us.-ulrjn wlth
rrentis.t buifle to conqfortt
........%I I.. ..* J

it WE
I. the
I was
b-e cee

| three
PRO oc-
was. In
t could
of pre-
d. And
-t4d so
Mne the-

uronugh -tl purest, of Ab, satu-
,iti d the busts. forcr d l. of ie-
Intld r i lie il4nde ind: i ", I.. frost4
.t..uIt rlihe wiltls. .whille'j l e wa
',rirly.v liwia Ituiased Ja Iask of
1i01 Is Irinl the breaHt-i i essary
.mrlt i f our hard lot l -il ,t ~nd we
*ipredtW to tuae tihe tirtte loeph-

I-rmnm the pelu'ly-Rev. ; .* to the
*IIihty-. lir l ith iumr:i' l .l e sIe s d for
'we :i. i. over ildt Ie witti ptssuire
Ilitw- or hitnmi11-tlts. "T'li ae a io dis-
erniltible liei of demnarcttiqi ffir lthe
*M-Nei.!"|. 1 Ie t isms |uite- I aScHblP to
!e-t rnliie Ir WiP wre Oi .rd d r sea
iee rhI1 1lrnwicter lundi'Iti l 11p le-
Vatlloe i 1t i i* P hli ad IIe tlp ed. '-w'naV-
.cig surfice of glilkd- lee. h.,..b only

,f th u.pp,.r ,irTfl0.- oft the'.
pilnr sen m IeP Ks .itnlil.nar-, Thei
ntilleal olbservati ons did to
bidimte a drift, lt tn's v the
conlhdiled tlabtl:itllons do! i rmini
Ihf pusdtlive i.ss rflou of e 'lud or
iPn for lihls rm-a. .
Th'e fee guae na cheering . A
plaill of purple and bhlitite eas.%
undulntions to tile ltlnit :'lsilouI

-, r
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7 -.. -t
blerktmi OI'

W. H. Milton, President.

I i lton L>nd ,L n 4CL

Buy, sell and deal in real estate, notes st"

Sbondsj etc.

1Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insu .

Lend and borrow money, both as princigl

as agent.

DbIRECTORSP--John M. Dillon; John Milton, jr. W. H. Watson.J

F et. h efortBe diy'i pull uider the
ab of duty. We worked until stand
l become Imposstble-lonerr In lighb
I, shorter in strong winds. but al
kway until the feet became numb and
Tbeon the Rrduous task ofb'inPd.
a snow house. In this the eyps.-nc
Slortgr able t wlik. iCloiwd. but son
the a~iipty sttaiich complained. and It
was filled up eqanu-not with'thblng
Sbhat pleased the talate. only hard tuel
to feed the inner'V res. while the enr
sought the soft st; of fee to dispel
fatigue: no pleasure ln mental recrea.
tloq, nothing to arouse the soul from
Its Icy enclosure.
To eat, to sleep, to press one foot
ahead of the other, was our steady vo.
,cation, like the bolse to the eart-, but
we had not bise advantage of an agree-
able climate and a comfortable stable
at ulgbt.
Words and pictures cannot adequate-
,ly describe the maddening Influence
of thls sameness of polar glitter, com-
bined with bitter winds, extreme cold
and an overworked body. To me there
wns always the inspiration of antlcl-
patlou of the outcome of ultimate sue-
ress. but rfor my young savage corn
panions It was n torment almost be-
yond endurance. Their weariness wan
made evident by a lax use of the whip
qnd an Indifferent urging of Ilie dogs.
They were. however, brnve and fnltbh
'ul lu the bitter end. seldom allowing
qpiflsh ambitions or o controllable
Vassqons seriously to Interfere with the
tualn effort of the expedition.
On Ihe morning of April 13 a strqln.
ofr ngplating orment rpnshed a brpek.
lug point. For days there bad `been a
steady cutting whid from the west,
wbhlh drov despulr..to Jits loJw.t
No lormnnt could he worse than t(ht
neiper ceasing rueb of ley air. Abwe-
lah bent over his sled and -refused to
His dogs turned and looked In-
quiringly. I walked ovrr and stood
hy his side. Etuklshuk came near and
stood motlonless. staring blankly at the
southern skies Large tears fell from
Abwelab's eyes nnd piled a little frost
of sadness In the blue of his own shad-
ow for several minutes. Not a word
was uttered. but I knew that each felt
that the time had cotm to free the fet-
ters of human passions. Slowly AhwP-
Inb said. "Unne sinlg pn-oo-ab-tonie
I --duria" ("It is well to die-beyond Is
T IIE olseprvaltious of April 14 gave
latiltde 88 degrees 21 inlnutes.
lugigl ude- 05 degrees t iniluutes.
W\e ve re but 100 uilles from
thb pole. but tbere wus nothing to re-
liere Ihe inleull strain of the Icy de-
spair. The wind came with the same
satanic cut rrom the west. There had
been little drift, but the ice before us
displayed signs of recent aotlvity. It
>wias more Irregular. with an opeu crack
uere and there, but the sleds glided
with less friction, and the dreary dogs
maiutiuedl a better speed under rising
With teeth set and newly sharpened
resolutions, we se t out for that Inst 100
miles. Some dogs bad gone into the
stomachs of their himgry comntiinlous
but therestill replihined a suflelitit
pull of wt 'riold nbrte force for eanch
sled. Ind. thoeigh their tinolr vlior h:eil

A Shaking Up
may be all very well so far as the trusts
arb concerned, but not when it comes
t4 ehi alid fever and malaria. Quit
j ~~3 ke the real cure-

ful drufs.and Is as ccrtatn as taes.. Tf
It doesn't' cure 'ou get your money
oack. Sold by Gainer Mercantile1Co.

about three dayd If las4't, stn-
6y side of the sled. In t* uliut days,
we felt more keefly the pangs of per-
spiration than in. all our -earlier ad-
The ambpr colored' gon les were per-
stlatently used. and they afforded a
protection to the eyes which was quitep
a revelation, but In spite of every pre-
caution our distorted, frozen. burned
and withered faces lined a map of the
hardships en route..
We were curious looking savages
The perpetnnal glitter Induced a squint
which distorrPd the face in a retinrkl
able manner. Thp strong light rreflct.
ed from the crystal surface threw tbe
muscles about the eye Into a start of
chronic contraction. The pupil was
reduedi to a ruere pUhole.
There was no end of trouble at bnud
In endea~voiring to keep the windows
of'the soul open. and all of the effect
was run togetpler In a Rot expreselon.
of bord-hip and wrluklea which should
be called the boreal squhit.
This boreal squint is a part of the
russet bronze physiognomy which falls
to the lot of every arctic explorer. The
early winds, with a piercing tempera-
ture, start a flush of scarlet, while

frequent frostbites leave figures to
black. Later ite burning sun browns
the skin; subsequently ,strong winds
sop the moisture, harden the skin and
leave open fissures.
The hard work nd reduced nourish-
ment c(nitract the pmusel'At, dispel the
fat and leave the skin to shrivel up In
folds. The-Imprint of the goggles, the
set expression of hard lines and the
mental blank of the environment have
removed all splrt ial animation. We
have the color and the lines of old
russet apples and would easUy pass
for prehistoric prognlIturs of man.
In the enforced effort to spread out
the stiffened legs over the Inst rechbes
there was no longer suficelent energy
at camping times to erect a snow shel-
ter. The silk tent wns pressed into
use. Though the temperature' was
very low when the sun was high. Its
congenial rays pierced the silk fabric
aud rested softly on our brows closed
in heavy slumber. In strong winds it
was still necessary to erect a shelter-
ing wall to shield rhe tent.
Signs of land were still seen every
day, but they were deceptive optical 11-
Inslonb, and a mere verdict of fancy.
It. seemed that something must hap
pen. some line must cross our horizon.
to manirk the Important area mrito which
we were pressing.
When the min was low the eye ran
over moving plains, In brtIllant waves

)n. Vice Presitent.

won e-'a', A -
S " "of. v"en. We 'dht 5' ,
oUer ditaaces and tie ice atog', "
bhoron had a less angler out ift. .
The color of the sky and the cae ale,
changed to deeper purple blses. We
had no way of celecinga these tinloeb-.,
sons by other observations.. The ea-
gerness to find something unusual may
have fired the Imagination, but since
the earth is flattened at the pole per-
halm a widened borizon should be de-
At 8 o'clock on the morning of Aprti
19 we camped on a picturenque old
field with convenlatnt bumtmneks to
which we coutd easily rise for lhe fre-
quent outlook which we now rnnintfon-
ed. The tent was pitched. Tlhe rid(n
were silenced by bloi'ks of lperniale ,
In Us new enthuslaqm wis anrmnond hv
a liberal pot of pen soup and n few
chips of frozen neat, anid rth'n we
bathqd In life giving snioa,naus,-crs,,*.
ed from the pier.Ina ait bry '~
strands. It was n b a intlful dnay. Iil
had our sense of apprelritfon nest i' eit
blunted by accutmuatfdl fri"-a1, *,
would have greatly phloed -l *ih .,iiv,
of light and color in the ever vhai ging
scene of sbarklpe..
The Eskimos were. soon |ost in av-*.
found sleep, the only eoniftr ti th.:'r
hbrd lives, but I remained awin-k. its
had been my habit on suce'e.edlinu dris.
to get nautical observntlont. Tip lis1-
gitude calculations lined' iui n( 94 d(f.-
grees 8 minutes, At noon ihe senit pai
titude wag carefully nfit on -ilbe qrritrt.
aqd the latitude quickly re din-td ~aiesv
80 degrees 81 mincali- twoeri ninl
'miles frOm the pole.
My heart Jumped for Joy.-and the i i.
conscious Compmotaon bhili I W r ,"

Ahwelah was awakport wPist, I k,,r..
and togetbert they wenIt ,,-fw.o um,-
.meok and through glasse-* mujrilv tf.r
A mark to locate so inm,,r'it a pIn ..,
as the terrestrial axis. If iit osn..
sleep beyond It mnst le s nmt.
I tried to explain thlit t th 1r.to w.a
not visible to the eye: Itist its ts.a*4Hbaq
was located only by I r'p"leni' u,* t?-' ,.
the various instTruntI*e. 'lit aPli'tfr,4'.
satisfied their curlh,-ifi. l itio i' v, b't.t't
out Ifn btrrahs of J i'. I',, twt- if,,uw.
fbey chanted nud d'lrtie'd the paItilons
of wild life.
It was the fIrst Peal eilgr' ilf pilei~-trp
or rational Perotil,n -lwhi.h thie, lhril
show for several, w,1kes I.-r ..,.iii"
time I had enlerf'ld.i" l Isrh fi'r Jlrtt
we no longer poss-.s- l t, si: inrith i % '.:'
return to lannd. iut tilt iblthlridwlnd'w *.. .
of vigor dispelled than lAl!.
More sleep was qnilt e iLrslI. W-
brewed an extra ppotf Ion tI, pr,',ianrpl it
favorite broth of pen:inin. dug UI a'
surprise of fancy 1bl ', nits nnd lilled up
on good things to.-tl limit of the al-
lowance for our fintl f,,:al1 days. I Ie,
dogs. which bhad .lJsm'i tA ll)q horns of
gladness, were given nit exiiru lump of
pemmlcan. A few lioari morp were
agreeably spent in the tent. and thier
we started with a new spirit for lle
uttermost north.

We were excited to a "fever beat..
The feet were light on this run. iven
the dogs caught the Infectious entbhusil
nam nnd rushed alo'r at A.rnn'ep wiblcb
Continued on Fourth Page.

She Was Pleasantly Surprised.
Niss H E. Bell, Wausau, Wts. writes:
*'Before I commenced taking Foley's
Kidney Pills 1 had se acre pains in my
back. could not sleep, and wa rreatlly
troubhld with beadqjhe. The flrpa fer
doses of Foley's Kifbvy Pills XVA l e .
ralici and two bottles cured mib. Thb -
quick results surprised me, and I can
honestly recommend them." Sold by
Gain-er Mercantile Co.

John Milton, III. becy-Treas.

X2. e moetzriezt C4 = .xi. pC3 xi]yE


0200,00 00

Secure Court, official and other bonds.


Milton; IIIl. H.. H. Lewis, J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell and W. H. Milton.
Address: W. H. MILTON, President. Marianna, Florida.


ST., AND1tE-.W.,

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Receive, 'hold and disburse money and act as

trustees and agents for others.

By special agreement will lend money for oth.

ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment.

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~'i A~1&i ~i' 1 M 1.

The Tarpon arrived from the
i South early -Friay morning, and
from Mobile and Pensacola at 11:30
o'clock a. m.,yesterday.
The Manteo arrived from New
Orleanp via. Mobile and Pensacola
on schedule time, Tuesday morn-
The schr. Lucy H. arrived from
Pensacola, Tuesday, with a ful
consignment of goods for South.

thief of th* 0Or.:-i Tribo.
S tbhe orehtd tribe *. It a...i.:; ;. n
fle s ; tt ) which make i:ll ,*ifh.-r '. ,l'.
peur as uliti.i tur,;' i s,. p : .
A gllp utt.' p. in',ivh '1 ,-, :--,
in.Cey ,lo n wti,.lj Is re',ted w.,-i: :'.-
the Largest la lii v -. -,W. f 1i'J" r
S Wtitm a JA",Wt ,4',f foIty 'f. Tri 1,-.;'r.' It

f a p :
from P f to 1"I fr,'t t """, '
rarryieng t v t a 'n; rWr;-;d o i(,':-! H t

ty Iut- ,s b 'I ,'* "" ,)! f'v, "
%. talkt 'rtr fro *u t i ; aii '- thLlh ff 't ,:
feevt long.-cav2b t ig l,,rib t "' fit-
Sdred 'flOBwes. Thie pi.int r:1rf n:ms in
.xutir -for 0txist-wo *i'irI'O iid ns
S nmanry as 3,0:"t -1,wr.4 fiviy.bh couTnted
1on $t at once. ThU' fl,)wers. which are
scented. measure individually live and
A. half to six inches across. their color
-bef.rg',ytl.bw ground witb lhrge pur-
plfair ehoeotate blotches.-London
S Stflrand 'Magaztn.

The following' table rocord4 the max
/ t imum, minimum ahd' thean tempera-
tunres the rplnfali and direction of the.
wind for the tWenty-fonr hours ending
at7 o'clock p. m., as indicated byU. S.

pe1... 13 71 56 63 -0( --w
." I1 d:W 5 60 ,00 sw
15 82 56 .69 ,,00 nw
"' 16 79 40 '.00 e
S 7 80- 49 64- .00 'e
s 892 55 68 .00 2so.
'*" 9 82 6' 7 0 -.:
7< 59 1 69 1.9" 9

Told to Earn His Own Salary.
Lbonaiiolorv .'il z.dcr[Ilt dmyvired In
S. hne II. Ruit-r. ihern. In the'e p'h.ioy
t the Erlc I.1 p il'0,.+. nat'lle belle,
t'h. ft'relht dtepati'tnent of tfw ('Central
e'ded 1. relHtr.d tia1it Mije t1mH nft.ep Ite took
etmj~rge tuf i he (J,,tu'l'a ti'ntnc .tkiN.e

e lehad ,stalt ed t he care thit pro4hdeot
SItiakd'~Lal lin sblnrply and ndw}lt:
S"'Huti'tr wB:tt dtwis the N"w York
,Central pay !oDl 15.00 n .year for?"
The reply was. "For mainagiing the
ft.lght tratah di-liartiieul."
And then ithe (comuiodore said. "Well,
: u don't expect me to earn your sal-
Say fbi Syou. td yon?"
Htutter went out and cvrited through
. -pin OB1 his own judgment. 1The re-.
e..t -wfas highly satisfactory. 'Rttter
cam.r president of the Central.

Its a Top Notch Doer.
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns its doers, That"s why
the American people haye crowned Dr.
King's New Discovery the King of
Throat bnd 'Long remedies. Every
atom is ahbealth force. It kills germs,'
S" and colds andlia gripe vanish. It heals
ough-r~acked membranes and cough
iih, egop. Sore, inflamed bronchia
tubes are cured and heno'-rhages cease.
] Dr. Goo. oMore, B.l.ck Jack, N. C
writes, '*it cru'ed ma of lung trouble,
poMoutnicqd hopeless by, all doctors,"
S)o.& anS 810(k Trial ttIere- .r. Guar-,
anteed by A. Hi BI'ike and. Gainer
Mercatile Co. '

Always Picking.
a omusk, ft,,ry is toul ot tUhe an
awer given by a l.ndom.wahf to a lia4-
vatlon Army clalain. The zeaotm, Bll
<'r bad asked life' boy win;t w,.rk he
.. d1d torovill hime wilth fod. tp.. nij l
. -- ,tlereply was. "I pi.k strawitrrlti. In
t. mUmmer, I |i',k I>lo in tii au.
tim. I pht.'k pmketRa in thle WInter. aud

ealOR4M fQr the rest ot the yvair."

Spuss, 'pm people lierp e 4Wn
hucw -ortlyflflbout W
-i-"O W*fat.liple I WgiS4 YQU?'
s- .9i ele W1 I'iO4l [6l

~ ''Wv-r-ab X-hl~n~oTribume

-Capt W. A. Hill is on tiou sick
list this week.
-Prvter meeting at the Baptis.
church, tonight."
-Mr. C.H. Danford continue s sick
with malarial fever.
-Mr. A. [E. Brak announces a clos-
ing out gale of his mercantile b .ainess.
-One-and a quarter inches of rain
.'during last night has put a new and
charming face on Natur's vegetation,
-Fashionable souveir barounial en
velopes embellished with beautiful
Floridasnowy heron, at the Buoy office.
-the Baptist Lidies Aid Society
will postpone their me-ting until to-
morrow afternoon. All mcmb&'.- are
urged to attend.
-Quite party went to Panama City
Sunday evening to ai tend church. Rev
l Hastings preached an inspiring ,e
Smon on "Walking in Love."
-The ordinance of baptism will
administered this afternoon ic froLt
J. R. Thompson & Co,'s store; M
Howard bping the candidate.
-Block'20 of she northeast quarter
of Section 1, Township 4 south, R Le '
15 west, is for sale at a bargain--title
perfect. Call ou St. Ai:draws Real Ep-
tate Co.
-Mester Hugh. GwaltneV .has the
agency foe the'Chinea'Ledger, Chirca-
go Blade and Saturday Eveninr Post
and.will glad to supply anyone with
any or all of these publications.
-Blankt Warranty Deeds, new re-
vised, improved short form printed on
good linen oaper, 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts-100 receipts in a block.
10c each. at the Buovy office
--Handsome, 'lectar neads with tiSt.
Andrews Bay date line ann view's ol
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Bien.,a
Vista Point, at 8c per dozen; al.o, ma I.
of tho St. -Andrews Bay country oni
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozeu,
at the B'lov offieo.
--The Masqterade Sociable drew out
quite large attendance last uieht; bu-
owing to the rain and throatei.ing
weather. the attendance was not aU
larve as I ad been pi ovided for but the
receipts .ivere quite satisfactory and
the ladies were well pleased and duly
appreciate the encouragement given.
-On Thursday, the 14th iS t., Mr
Samuel Hflliard and .Miss Mert Gwalt-'
noy were united in mni:rrivge at t-bo
home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.L. LArm-
. strong, in West End A. H. Brake, No-
tary Public officiating. The wedding
was a very quiet affair, the families of
- neither; of the contracting parties
h-baving been advised of the event.
'-Parkcer lodge No I12 vF. & ,A. M. will
meet in regt'lar cormmu.nication next
Saturday at2:00 o'fs6ck p. m. XViiting
Masons in good s-tandiug are invjtod
topaiticilpate. An order.or,..tie Grand
Lpdge of Florida demanuds that visitor'
must be provided with a ce:-tilicate l)f
membership from their liur.e lodga aud
a full Paid UP 'receiP)t for dues

-i'ircl, became. so badly decayed that
there was danger of its falling and
might haye oot the liros 'of nirny per-
sons. Mr, Sturrok however, hias been
putting .iia nrw framo on which he
has been engaged for some tim. A new
lighting systeri for thu church is also
being installed,, and this also entails
considerable expense, subscriptions are
being solicited to meet the same, and
donations will be than kfutlly r. oeIvcd .
-Asocial little party gathered at thf
home of Mr. and Lrs. Jehn Blanchard
Monday nigh, and were pleasantly en-
tertained with singing with organ ac-
companiment by Mrs J T.Gwaltney,
Miss Mattie Forester and M,1rs. Blan-
chard. Besides Mr. and Mrs. B., there
were present Messrs. C. H. and A. E
Hall, Mrs. J. '3 Gwaltne'y, Mr. Grady
and Miss Mattie Fori'at'.i, Mr. C. Ta
Porter, Misses Annie A:o;les, I n
Rose, Annie Surbor and W. A. and
Mrs. Emmons, and all seen.med well
pleased with, the sociarfeattures of the
occasion and\all had a good time gen.-
-The Presbyteryof Florida will con-
vene in the t-'resbyterimu churhob in St.

Atdrews, on Tuesday evening the 26tL.
,Jst -4t 7:30 o'clock. The retiring
Moderator will preach the opening ser-
mon, after which Presbytery will be
calfod to o'der and a new Moderator
elected for thu next, half year M,,et-
ivgasw 11 be hold every day until Fri.
day, commencinw at 9 o'clock i. m. and
closing at 12; afternoon, from 2'.o 4.30
and in the eveniNg, preachig at 7:30
till adjournment. The public is cor-
dially invited to attued these mcetLnos,
which wil bu addressed by eminent min-
isbers from all parts of the Presbytery.
which extends from Ponsacola to-thac.
Suwan..c river
'. "nt Made Him Sick.
-' "Whnt's the latter', You look aw
fully wuiiL. S.('iai(k'
".Naw. Therp'rs a girl down I)Plow
reading it 'ovr better aloud to another
.girl."- I l' v.lapr aii Plain I toiler

JgIg. BRJIWIBeident. I

\Judg4ej. J. REEVES.,
C. B.: DUNN.*

F. BULLOCK. Cashier.

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At. the special election held in
fhe Buoy office last Monday, the
proposition to borrow $1,500, or
less to pay for completing the ele-
gant St. Andrews school building,,
now well under way, carried by the,
following vote:
Number of votes cast, 47. In
favor of loan, 41. Against loan, 1.
Votes thrown out, not legally
marked, 4. Blank, 1. All the
votes improperly marked were in
fa'. or of the loan; but were either
marked on the wrong or on both
siles and had to be rejected.
Tha registry list shows 77 quali-
fied registered yoters-mnking the
he 41 votes a legal majority of the
ire qualified voters, and assures
an and the early completion
school building which will
doubt, be the finest and
001l building in Washington
and -,iill be a great, conve-

%elu ieu
was tbil
rlal. AtY
in FebrF
ume wa
an ihume
wrote. *t 1
' torian
was exhat
was prlt
which ei
era empl
and seven
umes de
sa w the
the work,
at Laus4
ruins o
years o0
deliver t,
the pub t

gy and-AI
work or-

Great History of Rome.
Ihe IWet I was cl,. 'eiivr'd
on \w'as i wetay-see\ii. he
I-pue bf'ure be set himself'
it work to study his mate-
birty-six he begau the coum-
'd be was thirty-uline when,
7. 1776, the first quarto vol-
Vublished. The history buad
rte success. "My lookk" bhe
e uon every table; the lhis-
pI crowned by the taste or
the day." The first edition
ted in a few days, a s(comn
1776. and nest year a
:second aud third volumess.
the history of the west-
were published in 17"1,
Sears later the three vol-
Ped to the eastern empire
ht. The last sentence of
titten In the summer house
i, s: "It was among tile
capitol that I first coln-
ea of a work- which has
exercised early twenty
life, and which, however
:my own wishes. I filtlly
.'curiosity and cnodor of
lbner's Magazine.

-l Diversions.
f affection In every em-
l>4,$ives the spirit ener-
-thl ataid intent upon Its
TbIs,' If It be not re-

nie and attract to St, An- aed,.Ai s dull, aUr-Its enruest-

practically no oppdsition'tbthe ost
proposition to borrow the money to day In the
and it is more than likely that ua lo .a ety. So the
may be secured at a lower ra of /ee oloo ly upon one color.
interest than the eight per ct. apl For, td 'otinually at a thing
proved by the vote. / / which ,ro'r continually at red
or at ways the sight Thus
The Buoy will publiA an illys- it one ntinually at the snow
traction of the bnildifg as soo8 as the sig 4.bstroyed, but It is en.
it is nearly enough cqfnpleted fr a livened ks- In succession or at
,hotogralh to be t en. the sao me upon many colors.
hotor to be Every egbts by Its varieties-
Animls Wth Pokcts. as a gao "of roses of different colors
d youAnimals ith Pockts. arrange fieautiful order. Hence it
Did you ever (Dink whtat a crions is that f rainbow Is more charming
thing It Is that some animnas have than t ~ it itself.-Emanuel Swe-
piockils-gn-at, roomy. fur lined vest denbor. -
pockets, big cwiuglh to cnrry n fantil. a
,Pi little' inosn about In? Many of the a King of Rome.
animals iiTtire to Austraila and Tas- To Ik. son obedlehce to nut's-
tinuiRa Iave these conventenr ipoIcetst. ery rulea' i .oleon gave strict orders
and so Hl-is tl;e possum, n common that he n be admitted to his apart-
animal In ,,ur si.iiuthrn slates. 1'he ments it f came thither aloue. One
Ikangnroo li thet lharge-t of this. species. morning Ilttle king of Rome came
Full grown knugaroois go sistepn f'et trotting the corridor and, look-
nat a jUip,. and .) when g-ling on n ing up a tall officer on guard, im-
long jiurney or riunkmiig frt.ni h 'unirs periously ell ed: "Open the door for
think what a Mother Knng-itr'o" |i know that hPr The o true to his Instructions.
1n'ipes nr e snug anitd sfe In her ipck- answer eitly, but firmly, "Sire. I
t: *I:xclhatgi. cannot.' he door to your maj.-
teaerv." ;

Secret Ink.
A sl'ile' epllcdliil whepn one wlqhes
ro couibde la Set't'4' to I ipnplr iild y't
':!ep 4h'imn is to tist (orditinnry rite wa-
;e'l flil.;ad uo' ilf!. It i'alinihI soe S.'iai
whlin Ir'r. buit trii's blue whvl'n i todie
:'5 applih d ta) it. I f it Ie 's,114l-d i,
nlnhe Iperfectly Pure .of Ibt, deistiructliou
If th.' ,ot)ilents ,,f iip Ifle t r after it
'i'as lii've rei d ilith iurlao-et uijiy be' a'-
iitl, ll h- dI l.', w r-illtih1 It ilt Ii i t Uilli-
i I 'rf i de i g cl h w:-I Ar.,
:'r-w (Inys lMier i Peo'i1pt wll hayv'
-altn, pf awat ". .. -- ."-.---. .-,-

80o Easy.
Gavln-TlMrp's one thiti In I lka about
lo)e-.' sh1lp. you ('ai order your goods
Slihreogl Ihe telephone mid afler at
short wait h:ive ihein deli\precd. Pai-
iey-rilint Iqs .ist wh.it I din't like.p.
(avin What?? l alley The short
welght.--New York .lournal.

Most women are trembled. with kid-
ney comn~l lint, and you know very
manv serious and even fatal dise ses
reanit from these neglected kidney
troubles. If you will take DeWitt',,
Kidney and Bladder Pills. ns directed.
you may be confident of good results.
Irry them and see how really good they
are. Beware of imitations, pills that
are intended to deceive you.. Be sure
you get DeWitt's. Sold by all druggists.

Kelvin as Dam6cles.
A. characteristic always ot Lord Kel-
vin was his absolute faith In tigurpis.
and this ruling passion once led to his
experiment as a Damocles. When lne
once solved a problem In mathematics.
he was willing to stake upon its cor-
rectness not only his reputation. but, if
necessary, his life. Taking an im-
mense heavy cannon ball. he calculat-
ed with the utmost accuracy the size
of the smallest wire which would bear
the weight of the load of Iron. He
then procured a length of wtre of just
the requisite strength and to prove the
truth of his figuring had Ibe.cannon
ball suspended over his lecturing plat-
form at the very spot where it w uid
be most likely to strike and crush him
should the wire give way. and it re-'
maUled there for weeks.
^ ~ '
A Banquet .., ,
apriad- befo
good.t You- couldn't eaT' L`
can food d'oa child when as soonf as It,
eiiters its stomach it is eaten up by
worms That's the-reason your baby is
ailiug, cross, pasty faced and thin. Give
it While's Cream Vermifuge, It will
expel the worms and act as a tonic for
the child. Sold by Gainer Mercan-
lile Co,
Old Names For Guns.
As the uRs of arlillery bevn:rak- mor
conimmon uand the uad('auiiiges of (port-
ability uiid a greater ro;pidily of fire
w re recognized guns. x-'eprt iltiaig
bhe oric'ntalss. icfaine sni;illter. but-.jt
etterr worknianship) ;ind ctlon-trinet-i.n
liU nIIor'S L(-gu i to tryl their lia.itls at
all sorts of inlprti ewli t.i.s or :tliipr-ll t-
at iuntprot.'nI'Uter. irnd iln 1 te a hundred *eiears qr so the. number ut
litlen-ut ,jii'ies of t.;'tiiion. lurge ;Iand
small. unalzzie or lIreei fhlnding. \'.i
simply legion. Thbere were cItrtIon.
-annumn roys. and delhi 'aUiihn. Ibhree or
four classes. of ,-ilc-,ris. bi,ujbiia s.
iuotl Inrs. _'.i rieils. ,'ill tiI le..-, ar-
Ihous. curtl;ill9. p;tsseftrl~inirs or zt-brta-
anns. basilisks. orgiies. satkes. inil-
trns., t ojau'-s. .'l.'i ;and al l'or)ers.
ailn t, ttits. fowlers. lu-,.,s. slings. port-
'in 'c s. un hrl erir <. tirliktp asphii; sIt doi '
r: ,' ;.". )il -. -l.' 1 :: ,.: .:t; i l.I r -
lit l, IIll :l!s rit 'I l;;lll' luI n I
. .

"Why1 tIIt1 demanded the little
autocrat. am the little king."
Aa t I tJTO Ue reminder, "But your
majest l,11 alone," the golden hair-
ed cb rul seemed somewhat non-
plused.b hl tis governess appearing a
mome lator, he seized her hand and.
thus tecpd, stamped his tiny foot
and ci ed:t'ODen the door The king

It woe
times *
his owa.
your adi
their, wit
he affect
point am
Ise that )
slderat loi
"It's tb
get" Ihroi
dvrise ti
get n1:irr

.rI naI
you no ati,

Y 'i... l;l rlf'.

inn. l9|I
I ri | it *.
'I i ta f ,

inia 11 .'1u

'lia I I h'N
t.a- ;icul

will t1-/
I'-'t ilrf-t

nel. Four b

.my backAch6
lea'od and

iet, s i-ver 'da,
iine' Reme

c'uedi ina aft
i e alt i, had
MI'hu.1' wiC!
"I l. thal'H
Junit.,,.- t I.

C. B. King
ginia avenue
"I was so Wi

fsel. Four b
Remedy ceal
mny backache
appeared and
news c.*very da

51lru.autile Cq

all being In order, the tall
tUe door wide open, sol
I*btg1g "The Kings of

eternal Feminine.
to that the six-yea"-old
Washington official Is at
with doubts touching
conduct of life.
il she, "I'd like to have
bout something."
ter," answered the fa-
solemn air and speech
aucb times, "upon what
Oo taken Into your cou.
ver it may be, I prom.
give It my earnest cuu-

d the child. "When I
liool. what woaild you
While I'm watilug to
St. Louis Itepuhlk..

Another thousand'id
Sy. I'm hired ot y.cinur
rum-n 1: titan. It will h.l
.hang ar'ind h'rei. iir
e up. ind I'ni a ujiin fat
p yinr nustr.!;e by 1 i'it
lurb of the rulee car. ior
'1,on-No. sir. I hni'd PIy
vlug the proverb abuut
:,tlie. iruu Is hot.-Butte-
4 -
on Good Breeding.
a Airgepsed to .lohnson
A.l." whom they bad
I fifest port of.any
seen." Jolinqo'n de-
m-nen were always
w "Perfect good
otaiSt i-n having
i W f o V'fessiuti.
a f aantners<.
All.' you ca a

that there
ryoir home. and it
a.a blo.w woman.
already tculrred.
'Iifd'let the dumb'
Small the dlsLws.-

ot:Him tc Grief.
who VUa in Irouble
Snmn said. "You must

-implled: "1 took rour-
b-Xbhinrg else in sight.
.-In J;il:"-Atl:anta Coin-

ymuore knowlc-dizse than
ui&- for another man's
6.% ow('n."
the Jeweler, 0ii V'ir-
dianatpolis, Ind.. write,:
--from kid iey trillbie
uardlv walk a hundred
lee of Folcy's KitL'.'y
Smy complexion, curtid
the irre.ular.itip~, di.-
ban now attend t., I)u.i
ard reconimmend F.lv. ,
y to all l ureri-i ., it
Sthe doct ir-< ail ot,.
ailed." -S.-id b ,v (;ain ,-

't ie' r-.' i .' :L < illnesss h t'tweven
M.n.'y. I','~ ,'0, 'lay .T 'i"xt,an i[esp
I d:v.;.'" ,:..i;.h.-' I A.tnt ('Clr'! :ha to a
rillor. "'.! 3.s i t,,t .a:iy h e'lo >'h;t'.s do
i tr "Ye". ki-."" v.-i". tIhe gr t'ifying an-
sw.r "( !:.y .IffT'suti he done hurt bor
feiit'rns 1.:Itn :t; 1 ? .It raiwherry-. 'ocXiaF
an' .11ai.'ly I*' g lMl' t' hali dat 'bo31
I'arnl I) I' e l,.'( tanrfuller" in his talk
befo)' she 'lows :any ioo' eo'ting."
"What did hbt (lu'" demanded Aunt
"'Twaii' what he do, 'twar what he
mny." replied the well Informed visitor.
"Alits Colby. dat was sarvina de sho't-
(nrah. she ax MNITdly will she bab a
second piece ,..i It. alu' Mandy say. 'Jes,
a mouttlfni, Miss Colby, Jes' a mouth-
*'An' dat trlfin' ('lay Jeffson he up
an' saiy. 'All ou L in get on de plate,
M11ss (.'ilby,' Le say.
'"Co'U'o he tried to eoplalnify away all
de trou'tIle, but I reckon liu's got to
farvre hil 'pr*,iall-e.'hip befo' Mandy
'ccl.'- any 'i' 1.. ;...''- Youth's Com-

The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep-
1 || ^ tive. Many sudden
deaths ate caused
by .it-heart dis-
'Lll"rt" eh ftiliMte cr
Spoplexy are often
'. r the result of kid-
"1 ney disease. If
1 kidney trouble is
s5,T.DS.-.- ed blood mBill at-
tack the vital organs, causing; catarrh of
the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
the urine, head ache, back ache, lame
hack, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous-
ncms, or the kidneys themselves break
do0\,n and waste away cell by cell.
1:lad~.er troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
better health ipl that organ is obtiuned
quickest by a proper treatment of the kid-
n.vs. 5wamp-=oot corrects inability to
hold urine and scalding pain in passing it,
and overcome that unpleasant necessity
I of being compelled to go often through
: the day, and to get up many times during
Lhe night. The mild and imtrnediate effect
of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
is soon realized. It stands the highest be-
cause of its remarkable health restoring
properties. A trial vAill convinceanyone.
Swainp-i oot is pleasant to take ami is
sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles. You may have a
amplee Lottle and a book that tells all
about it, both sent free by mail. Address,
Pr. Kiluier & Co., Binghaminton, N. %'.
When writing mention reading this geu-
erous orier in tlii papacr. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swaump-Roc:t, a:.d don't let a dea!er sell
you something in place of Swauip-Root-
'-you do you will be disappointed.

L. ..t ~.' ,,.-t idlp..one,


-' I i' I f.t *Io Is .. I '. I. t
U I lI. . IS' t e ;.., I.. I 1); .1 ll i.
a d4 1 W .-I II 1 :' i ll':w Ii ,e Eit :r 'tt ll IIti
,I :- Hi I t I l I"., l.S i e, I .% II 1 l 'to se-jL |

II'-'"U -he bel t here i .- far Ilhe pri:e ai
I 1:1 t i u t r f 11 .l- l- r% rl from %
I'lI'l: t lt la rder I .s ir ll tIpi l T hl l ille'

,I, L' ; ld I jq l i. n l il u ,'l l ttl l', iPu l
d .,u'r-11: Ii : 11 1,,,. 1. 1 Ii It

tra '.,a s i ,r th,, i-,II ,ts th ,ii y li loisl..
i.Ii Iliil .r J 'l ..'' : I ii i :1 e. S 'r-
.'il :bf s l ( an ry ., ir t',r he [,ri:'e It'

funnily hlrth In si.i-iup ii'd Th. lic tlrt*

>'hi l lit')(.'" lie l -: I li\ t he l ii -in.,d b.v
ri I ,' ;:ll.,li'tl I a I Ill i) f r..-t, .. in, r \ ,h;ln

* nI I a

Frightful Fate Averted.
"I wouiild have b'oen acriipial's or lit.,
from a terry ble.jcont on my knee elp,'*
writes Frank Dtioberr.% ,r 'if Il ih'r,

Sal VO., w h iU1 CUred nut-.'' In fallIiblef. *r.
%%%undi;, cuts and bruises:, it soon curesb
biUtSr,, &Ca hiS, Old 501-06, ', iS, skin
LUN11i loIS Worlt d's be-L fori piles. 2.,')
at Gain'10r Mereanuile C.o.'s 'atid A. TT.
Br uk- &,

A 07-I'I Ii-h oi -ii t,4' I.;l Iit 'iw 0 %t! '', r, t
." # I ;,U I -I [A -4 1 41a Ill. PC It~', 1:

v t .paft at Irhv linria.e. I ua**e is. i

Hat Got Married.
Our cook. said Ut4he ~ in y U1311. hid
a i.'i tj;tiWJo') disib il r' tier 'tlivi. 64'f
limnally h is %isits vensed. I it -kpid her
orie Q.9y wwt boIhai bectime or thp-r t''r-
iner attllenri vi- litIU. 1.11111 She baUld he
had got marriode.
"Shi rie 6b got iita rrie'd."' salii sbt'.
"~ho io'l Icome a roun li m ry mOrt.''
-Nutrried "' salil I,, -irpji a-vId. -by
I 1lhitugh tie ktl1 d triirr 'v *36)1:"
.m Lie' dt] sma tO tt cook -BIrown-

Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia

can t- low' cPr- r3 -j
bthin:'. ",In-. --- Xr-"r i t
Iro.:a1.s 1 %t-I~ -n r -

SeedsiI.Iand r.-Lkn IV-.- r. 0,11 -a-f ri-ri
orki-tr .CW(%.rvml--r-. F I 1 r '
(V-aL'lr-iti4on r' a d -r t ~


Tuesday, 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
W wednesday, 4:00 p. m..
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m,
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. nm.
Friday, 10:00 a. m.

W. 0.
St. Audrew,
Millville,, -
A alach icola,
Mobile,: t
St. Andre*.
Panama City,

:PASS- fSrO E}:R. rEAX'ES.
Pensacola to St. Andrew and.Mililville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.GO.
St. Andrew and Mllville to AI;alachicola, $5.00.
Pensaoola to Mobile, $2.50.
rhe abovo rates include meals and berths. 11. If. J


Wedjewidlty, %Oa
Wednesday, Q:00, a.4r
Wedneiduy, 10:00 a
Thinridtay, 6:00.0in..is.,
TOhured y, 12.00 auoon
Mondilyi.6:Oo a." U.

'orhay, 2:OC. a -m.

V. W. WAITERS, G.-u'I Freii-Lt and Pas.s Awt. President..

JNO. T ... .. ...


euera1 Merdli au.i.. K



A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Any
Postoffice on tfie Bav.



r ercanlie Co,,




The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Fotlnded in 187S, and built up by tLe late L. M. Wa,
now Thoroughly Reorigaized under New Aanagement

Solicits the Patronage of Old Pairons
of the House, of the Tridiing Post. and of-new ones as
well, and guarantees uniform 1iir and courteous treatment
.to :ilt.

W e Pay the Freight "I, ail G"",'l s .Yi.-pi Flnr. 1 af and"
F ,. ta, in l t li ,,,, II I e l'e iBa y .

Pigeor-.a' Air ,:.c...
T he ahl ;ir . Bruno Muller. < ti-ii;T i ;.W --i :. .
Interspaces the vr li i, t ,I t v!:ih 1 o,-:. I
their emplii1,-,-s- ti i ,. "v ,-
weight and reslsi mce. 'l''vi i- :;
sible only to a body of hi. h ,i.v,.i.
leal efficiency. ai:d wae no t;'ij ilil.- 'i .
machines dirver.-4 d of ai I tu:' 'l, :'
material Just s, to b i ,riI'.l ,!' -j'-i .-"
which by evbintion li -iniui I !ni .. \.,
divesled of sup rt'l'iato it i;it-ri;il. w,
the body spaces thus i..I;:-tl:-il '. c-1.
Ofled vithl air sacks. Th,, I, ,dy wI.;
adapting itself to the. ul-. ht;dlii !l r,
quiremeiits., becnuie a hballpw ,ylidt'k -
sen'ing as a supipollrt for the. aivlg:is i.
nlo'ev ienl. the nm tillitly (f t h s I) m, .a ;
was assured l)y lthe stIrt;uninit;l)ig ui
sucks. The ail- uvities lu ithe Iitljr,. I,
l,'ds. tire siinl;:rl.vy ex l:iei'd


Cream Vermifuge


Ballard-Snow Liniment Cog"
Sold by Gainer .iercantile Co.

1 "1"ilendA. ,

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

The Woman's Tonic a
Mrs. 'Verna Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. Sle fM."l:,
"Cardui nas done more for me than I can describe. Lastspring-.
was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor,',b t6"
no avail, so I tcc-k Cardri, and inside of three days, I was able-to do
my homuowork. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it.


'CAP TALm STOCK, !; -1 $15,000.

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Pensacola St. Andrew w& Gulf










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Special Rero' i i. ih Bas. |a. I .- i. .- -11 li t1 i, 13.: .1Mr. Green McK'.nn
Not much going on around here .Me --rs. 1'yr and Kronrnmiller Ala., wn.. i :.own Mo
at present. ,.:, ;, v. I, fi,,.l ,,,ili 1'r.,g ln Mr. ( l::-.. Porter *a
Capt. Audlley Spicer has hbeen on T'ii .,l; -y, ,.i'l I l gilat .l hi i- k 1'h.y :r'.*in i;cllnett. H
the sick list the past week, but in I ut on ac.-ouit ui the hig, und n ; -t:iv tLiz ti.::e.
reported to be improving. they had to \\ait here until Friday Among the excursif
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Studebaker afternoon before proceeding down day, were Mr.'and A
are fixing up their fine residence the Ba%. on, who were with.
for occupation. P. Shetlield of Quitman, Ga., is part of the summer.-

Messrs. C. H and A. E. Hall
have been perambulating amongst
a. .- f1i - i1 i i

P R IC E C U R R E N T I e romanton people me past
GROCERIES. week. Mr. C. H. was many years
ar. per lb No ..... Tea...per ago a citizen of St. Andrews, and
Granulated ...6 1-4 He No......... SS a
4ioftee. Gunpowder .... 40 says he is coming back again and
Green .. 12 at 20 Uncol'd Jap 40-60
Arbuckle.... tb Cond milk per can his brother with him to make their
singer r .... Unsweetn .... 10
Crackers.oda Sweeteed-.. to0 Mr. E, Mosber is getting around
-Tobacco, plug ..3 o oe Baking Powder
indon layers.. mpl d...... about as usual since his gymnastic
Vlena...... to Canned fruit. to performance on the streets of Mill-
m e .. ...i6% to 8 Peaches......toa2a
p.es d 2 Tomlaloes .... 0-15 yille.
Alvaporatd .... 10* Apples ........ 1 Q
iPed aches. 1o Pea ........ ,s home here on the Bay.
Oil pr gal .so Pluins ........ to
atine . Apricot ..... 10-20
Ui lup .... ieapplwberries ...to oo' Mr, J.. A. Fraddosia has moved
Vii ,.~ :::::: Canned s to near Farmdale
lbdelm pr ......20 Roast Beef ...;
attet....... s5-4o Corned Beef .... S
erie 8 Chipped Beef... 5 Mr. F. W. Hoskirs is moving a
S......to Lo.bs .... ,oo ,i s rrmll cottage out on the street for
-, "+1. 6 salmon. .. oatis
,:10 Cinned h'egetane'
,i -Baked Beaus.Stozd rent opposite tbeJansel cottage.

r 18 drenimt'd that nil of 'his teeth
Baon Sides .... 12 fell out before 'bini, one by one. He[
a ..1 F, Presh ....... B ajo summoned a soothsayer and asked him
lpr lb .... z10 Br'kf'st.Blie'n 16 22
obr -'....io um canv''d .. 16 to interpret the dream.
e6 Shv Beuldrs ..... '1 The soothsayer aaid, "0 king. the
.40 BeeE,
a 'lBesed'.. ..So Corned ......... 8 MIeaning of th.by dream is that thy
tot....751 o.co F esh ...... 0oto01 faitily ad relatives shall die in. thy
S3.00. ,D ied .*.......t2S.
...... -Milk prdqt........ 10o presence, one by one. till all are gone."
HARDWARE. The king was very angry at thnt
W lb.-.. 4a% Ax.,withhandle ....oo and sent the soothsayer at once to
OG avwinedo .. 710o d oSes, each .... 3. aso
Mit aI rope .. 1toP8 Copper paint, can... 60 pIrison.
Sitg S ..ahts5 Linseee oil.gatl..5a6o Then he rent for another soothsayer
Pige Point .DRY OODS. and again asked for an interpretation
prints pr yd ....' 6a7 hecks ........ 6to 8 of the drtq!n.
Shee, p. ...... a Flannel ....... 15a4o
blshit ........9al: Thread per spoOl .. S 'r'h roolh.:uyer made an.wer. "0
s ".... sa4s Shoes, ladies .... king. the Iniorpreatiron of thy dream
eons .... 7S, eoo i
Mens .......o a4.0s-' I that thy fmilily and relatives shall
MISCELLANEOUS. dlw. oie hy one. and thou thyself shani
H*y pr cwt ..... Oats pr bu ....... 75 o1ltlilv fheni all."
Bran.......... 1.70 BrickprbM .... 13.oo.Wtiistwerth n sho
RopeSisal ....... .7a n Limeprbbl .... 'So With Ibis nnitwr the klng shiw,
.FROIT and NUTS. approval aund <'ontinaud(1 lIt 1; p>'-
brangesaterdoz... 3o Pee ats pr lb .....s it b- given to the Iilterpretl.er and
....s.: .. I 0 Anlonds ........ i that he should be sentt hbo e willth
OYSTERS. honor.

16 Shell pr 1.000... 2.O00 Opene~d pr qt.. 20
.......... W E......5a&3 Cs 25 W $50
10u, v .....o SHog7 s 109....... jtcoS6
Oxen pr-yoke .... 56s Sheep ............52
hlqkeiql9t. ac G.eese eac ... 4 a5o
Tirkoys.. qgtax. So -Ddcks ........ 25a~be
Frvsb 2 Salt
.XIlet pr doz... q MxzUet pr. bbI 6.5o
Trout.....-- Trou t........ 6. S0
Powapetq. prfs .i Pomilano i a. .ooo
GtugtbxfzU......10 Mackerel .... 8.00
-. .- LUMBER.
Flooring Ceiling
Vtwi per m.. $14.00- Heart. pe~r m... 44-00
Pme ae. ..........2.00 Face .. 12.00
&P 1 "0.00 Sap ... 10.00
1)aiu -Clapboards.
10 0. Ix
3tbbIS-2.50 Lxl,-r4 2.00
..*.s.So.#oat Jumber.
dresn'd .... 3520

.bs1l1 is rur#e i Itti oi~tto h n?4 ed feand tLcfni

.f eiteaa, reqitiros k C0tislitutietiilL IFluet-
alfeoitt. ia~li's Ct P~Inri rt Vitro ii tiakon inj
~~ ~act i tu directly itIpma lhe b~loodl
*,tiwcza.~ur~i~a oftlt~svt'.nuI here
firt, deslr ,VlItg*- the fountdut tio of Ij, Iu II,.
Ebase aild g-iv~ing t,hte gativitt stneiigth' Ily
hsu4lti g 4P~ tuGo eqija~t~j(lE Ut ceild aI1u asist intg
llatui'HtJ It, duinjg 11, work. The proprit:-
Ltr.uuIJ ve 8011ollvdi fuitlll hil it, clintj~e
* povworeajk int~ I ly oflur Qice Huim-reil Del.-.
fivrxg fitaS' ait"'ycitme thitit it Ca~llS to utiite

JC. CHEN rKy o 1rokdo, 0.
*Take 'Ra11'a Famkili' 1illi', lot e'etu'liomipt

Not Gi4ltyl
The- unats4v Reastumi roferrn'd to by
k~hi- 4wkim 'brunthir urn Itprcob'ily
tbougit' bP" WAS I)Pg III5E-115e F

Rtbn Iiia1tko Atunteur 9uijIov-Ij,,eeg
V eutblablittt-le .rpO14ulberi(Wht) has.
N1.0dixeortd lisune .t tug at$ crPWI-l

Af-*Plive iu.:4dt~niurnnwtly itfs~uded

I_- ~ e n. i aylr y dvvra'.t."-

bial iaveau1'tt.

Ir w oo
~ wr.

Money Comes In Bunches
to A. A. C'hliiholpi, of Tr,:ad',ol,. l V.,
now. His reason is well wort'.. rcadi'ng:
For a long in i I suffered from iudi-
gestion, to.'pid livetr,'constipation ner-
vousness, and general mobility," h lie
writs "I couldn't sleep, lhad no appe-
tite, nor ambition, ,grew weaier every
larv in spite. of all medical trealnient.
'NThea used Eb'-cric Bitters. Twelve bot
th'a teatorod all ml old ti,:u health and
vigor. Now I can attend to business ev-
-ery day. It.'s a wondt.rfrl medicine."
I.ifiailible for stoiniali, jiver. kidneys,
blood and nerves. 50c. nt it ff. Brake's
and Ga:n'r M'oruanltilu Co. g.
A Big Bi,-dcafe.
"A Ve.rr i ,e.-.ti ,r l i;-l tiil.lln In tihe
N>'\ 1..I'. i I '1, 1 i-41 I,1Ow n ItS
"hl bl l).\ : Ih 1' tl. '" This Iliigulti-
.nl ith l;'"y ji- I iO lil'tWIPE r its kind
Iu tlt' v-wnr;l. IHitne yi, fetli high. 72
fot rtitL md 1."0I f, loiing. Large
6nk hiid otlitr Itrves tvrow Ilii.ts enge.
and tin1 1l1,4 lif-e. within Is wire nrt-
1tlig lhiot'I 'ile frnit tte .r e ll' nt g Is 1 built of Iron
IlliVs, whi *li ire rit'red 'over within
th( u inellmbd n1e', lintr.

Villullory Illossoms, but neoer bears.
-PFrpeiu. I'roveort.

Impeerfct DigeStion
m.eais less nutrition and in-consequence
Wss vitality. When the liver fails tp se-
erete bile, thi blood becomes loaded
with bililet iiptiperties. the digestiont
deconims impaired and the bowels coin-
stipaied. Heeibine wsll rectlfV this; It.
gives tone to the stomach, liver and
kid-n',yi, strengtherns the aippette,
cl arz and improves the complexion,
infus.s new life and vigor to the who.e
system. 5o centit a bottle, At Gtinel.
blertantilo Co 'a.
I .
The Chauffeur's Rebuke.
- An- elderly colonel in New V~Yirk
tlinh is very inlqii.hiive. aindi there iNs
fib q(u Isiitii i li It si. il4t ,s in aisk. 'l'he
itlier ,:i '.hp s:w ih'lr 'i nu p bfor' :i
uli lPI a ti'n inil, ot r ci.tr. ii;.l ai tl(,'
Wl1e11 il of Ihle (ca't s.:t 7i '' a itufiitrr wIhi
h' .ild filriiu',ly i'ei Il li it ii w il (.11'11,ii y,
' ll' ; e lcIt ,'0t pinr1olij'

c ta hi s'. fi t -,w h i n1111 1 .0411 Wa : Tw uw 1.w
l'li1q'it-,e i '1 l <- lit l 1iitil, l s -i el '
Tlt el l ii. f ti r pl wh II w.! I tw
tioa l fli, i llls!,. Tr 0010 5,W n :1`; i:.,ild gil1t-
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s. A41REWS .


:: manufacturers of and Dealers in




*ablos TUTs to rill Orders At One

S Oirder Too Large; None Too Small!

l Stisfactiou Guaranteed.

-. - ^T. J. MC SWEEN, Manager,
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Thursday, Oct. 21, 1909.


The fled-Rock of Success
lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by
indomitable will and restless cramery.
Such power comes from splendid health
.that Dr. King's New Life Pills impart,
They vitalize every organ and build up
brlain and body. J. A. Harmon, Lize-
more, W. |Va., writes: "They are the
best pills I ever ifsed.,' 25c: at A. H.
Brake's and Gainor Mercantile Co.'s
----- 4 -im, -. -
On Hiring a Cook.
TliO w'tll(ti It I ll l oe l' ii ilik \t',,' s ,
well gr !ti'l ni l m ia ..ht- ii n' ,,-.ii i
prosl ,'rotivs Itll: I Ithe I iilli:'c',r of the-
.(iiipltoyimit,'iu ; oiov- .hltlhtntlt h'o tid ;,"
-.Utt f J.uii.tl, it prel e t or lie Ii hl. pr ri-'pi
"l'rpen'l i ';ai.li fl', r w liii ti- li .i41 bl.,-.t
tr;. lig I,, 0 1ii l n ?sit .i: i ,-i IB ut Ilin
li(,w .il|iiltir \\w'-ihll vr,! u vm ii Ii.ei
to the'.p'lit. s<' ( 'T the' l''re'nchb okiR.
ol) u'l tl:'mI tI u lFrl-'il:h coA.I;s t((,
Ime." M:I .tid,l. "n1ir grndtinte.m( ,1f eoo!;
Ing s lo,:is. l*vep frli.d lolli. I llil
iheir coi Ijni i lnd I Ili'n'r ,l(''f< t t .he
wt',ies tIhyly ask. ,u t lilhy' alil up tuo,
in .ch rooli. My11, lil'hun i 111 lhrgp
-nonidhi to lhuMll nil flie codkliing tepi.
-'1.k lhey repinire. nidil my Income Isn't
large enlouggh to buy thmil. Thosp
stylish iton'k intid fol'etiulies am niny
pots mid pin and nl iiolds. and things
us i,rdii:niry coolks iuse. If I hire ia
failncy cooiik I shnll hIuie to love into
n farniy ap:i'rintment to get i kititclen big
enoui:ih to i'ecointi,,date her."
"**Tlit is a ((iliu ull ei 'dl plaint
against th'se experts. foreign and
Aiarleani." sighed the umnnnger. ."I
nui blginnhing tu think there must be
something in It."-New York Sun.

You need not be troubled in any wav
with the stomach, if you will simply
take Kedol at those tLmos when you
feel the need of it. ,Kodl is guaran-
teed to relieve you. If it fails your
money will be refunded to you by the
druggi't from whom you purchased it.
Try it today on this guarantee. Sold by
all druggists.
A Good Example.
Father (In a lecturing mo l -You
ttever heard of a nim.n gettlll into
trouble by following a good example.
Son (Incorrigiblel-jTes. sir. I have-
the countilfelter.-Boston Transcript.
F.Ill oolds are'quicnkv cured by Fo
ley's Honey and Tar the great throat
and ludg remedy: The genuine con-
tains Uo lai mlL drqugs.-, "At Gainer
'Mer.'at!Ito cOR.:. -. '-* I "
,, .... is.. ; =

oa'r wlfe doesn't' Seem to an
t for that friend of yours."
o. He's the man I lay the blame
when I'm detauied duwiftown."-
alelphla 'ost.

The Old Roman Ballot.
e ballot was tirst hlurodiiced Into
e lu the second century P.. C.
wus the real Australlau ballot.
voter received a sort of wooden
covered with wax on which the
es of all the candidates were
tched. He made holes In the was
site those of his choice and
ped his tablet In the box. After.
downfall of the Roman repuahll
I:ir government took a long sleep,
there Wn .111tle nuse for a ballot
luite imoderu'n times.

Effort Appreciated.
Io von wr.i deeply touched L'y the
ni yong 11Mr. (iuffson wrote to
" said MN11ue.
es.".,answered Mlnyuile.
ut It was not a good poem.t"
don't care. It was Just as much
ble for him to write It as if he
beeu Sbakespen re."'-Waishlugton

-n lCleamnem and beait.rta Uie hair.
M 'fPromole. a l tainani gLowth.
b.Never Fails to Restoreo Gray
*raq;L_ H air to its Youthful Color.
- hlitira=u m n, uiln dinscca & hair alliUing.


Mr. T. J. McSwee
the St. Andrews Ice
went to Pensacola"
came home on the 4'
Dr. and Mrs. W.
Monticello, Ind., arr
ago and are at ho
one of I. Godard's ,.
may locate here
location can be fo -
Miss Stella Muai
from her schoo i i
and remained ove rS
Ed. Masker w.
short time, a ps.


ITh Descending Scale.
f n. "The irst letter John ever wrote to
of amson. we." said a Iat'rled woman to her
y." fri-,ld "v.ns '' . ly I .iaftl"'r \-. lid be-
v t3 Sna tl ir- 'r"': -,'. '; i:1' 1i d il'e.-i- i .- >,- was
rt.n iyim "1 ilO. ,, il .t -' l i Al' t: I ..1 l:lnig
aS o:n )- % i,,, ,'li us. 'This t ue .. it, .-Jguid

it last Sun- "Yours, my dear 11!ss :We*,ton. mozt
at greater "Ther(e. .vyt set. were tl*e words-
e oLgh I .rii'r .1 ILlr-ii, --Jii-just to bciug a
Soi monuiLLjt :u'e t'fl'iidlyi h-iloer to nu eud.
manager of Bu.t al.''r w'O bet',-':iu entiULge-d his first
Se o liter to nim was signed lu this way:
-ower Co.. **ours, my darling, affectionately,
'day and JOHN
Bpn v, "ynThat, you will observe, was a re-
In yester- duntitonn tf no, h ,1 ..,
fl~llr oill Fd' eoiurts" o'i ir ll~ 'n.nl

Well of
cfew days
sent, in
I, They
Atly if a
1it them.
lb hnniu

slon as a mere friend. The first letter
IcJ ever wrote to me after we were
-,i irrin-l woas signed:
"1 otll. JO iN."i
sihe. .* 't'"d fu'jr a tinct.itilt 111at
"\u e lite \ ;i ..l. I. ti ; tue''telvei- ee
nl',iY}", i, . \i ;, -.;,', ri i ;,,,i. i\,, iij lt
.tr ir.-ui Li llrt'i- Ilr w.iy i| wu.
-i;,ut-d :


visiting his brother here.
-L. W. Enzor was down front
Sandy Creek Friday.
D. W. Raffield made a trip to
Millville, a few days ago.
The Louise was up Sandy Creek
last Saturday.
W. W. Raftleld was on our strsets
W. F. Woodford made a trip up
Wetappo Creek on his launch, Sat-
urday morning.
A. B. and P. Sheffield were tak-
ing an outing on the Bay Sunday.

Landsman and Sailor.
TI r i -'! .-in; tile 4*0 mu'I t al-
'1 i, W -: t'-.l I:. l. d1, i lhlu .1 j ri'f sIIlh r
.';' 1 i' nl .\, V t ll tl. .lTiyu l lil,.n.UUt

-P* i dn rits, ii l vii-ry orn "ii vtn:
4--.' i tt (ilj'. 'it:,l 4-'lX Olir v ii w wm 'tcfn'
irm's tn Ii';i\ P rite s+fiir, o r.,s f<':rth
,Wit i. i - *,itn ditring Y4et in ll h ie lllri-ntle con
.*l'1lt\v if vil rt' lor v'ill:'ft lon =afrty
<.n iltld idiil enfotly a9t ,t'i lbnve walked
i,.' no illrauns witllh eitial Sleip. Every
III,,t'.ii l -l i V-. I fillk. I ll I t 1", rn In'ralh
f"ur i]n l:!inii ; i snii ti ltor/ ol' d1i( l
1,r m cifl o ii 1l:!-ir w 'ihile fli1 nirelO;
i. < ,tu i.r -lI|t.ll ';l, :! llv I Io 11 t Il

ill:Lf :I kiept II..- ri! i:.t 11 ii ii l ne '
14.o 0 r(< z l ; i ih hi e pr 1scnli imn dnI-v-
i|r ii l :n l d ri ., ntli ri r rii'il: 1 Iel -'O s..
Il," -Ill", l II'1 I 0:' 1 (11 1tf- rbl nl II

'-;i ( :or \d m Iill olre .ll icsll lv .' t'lll Is'lll I
', st<. il Ihi r l it. !i.ir i ,hi ,m l- l ., i f i
ri lla'' ill it ; I-ll i i ,1"11-rin w iln., ( '.
'T rilel Ill i1, .1' 1 mll. tl 1l.1 FS fit' 2f 11111'1t.
.1 rt ,i, . ,'II s !\ ..i:l n ;;,ilr (d **(I d i I ,'l I,
lie t l" -' r Il..!l iL, l. ro1 ir i,. Ill *" Is n,,i
\lii.li\ ft;i sli lh'.- L Fr'ink 'i'otikor Il
Ct'u -UI Iry.v

B. F.
in St.

ii.- I-

Getting an Earl
."Faithr. uithl ddo y
be whvi I Lzr.iw iup?" .
"'Tbt s: il: ns I im,
"Thou Iin<*t'.:d of wvn 4h
tt1I e on:1 ttiillhinleth. -
such tiel' I; i'd letter litb
b.hyjothltp icli (lisi!Itlon.

Drfying D
There Is no use of re
rules nhiout how lo. tl
Au old l.ndy 11t) .year'
New Euglund doughntl
Birmin'haim A'e-HFl ra



drug varaUs-
know how t'c

Test the


Examine OurT

They are unsurpasse
anti delicacy of odor.
plete assortment ofr...
domestic T.nd import
Toilet Waters throu
Toilet Good
The most fiastidtius
We haye a conignincnt'j
Biath that come nearer to|
from impurities ore notiit
ano thn111. in this olne, hc
tai u a beautiful complex
of delicate powders and w
skin from dirt, wind and
oilet is complete without
face. Tooth Powders, Pat!
tion. Tooth Brushes, Hatl
toilet requisites so e-senti
inr endless variety. 1
partmentour' slock is co'
Our good, are the best
We Sell all VPAT

eIe to

-an Inaw-

y more
ly aund
o ut the
I I?" -

r more
. lime
-e fen

lod ~tle lDacI.
a ft e'irwardllc'.reiL
IIIe:T-e eiet tl~ Inue

"wbi 1l the Ir i-rv erll, lh:,is Ic. ft.r th;
. tU-' ih'r .s woll as f Ir ti ;tli- ,gu sI. II
was \\hon hi. w,14s l-ill.'l:'cd to li;li
Irish sl ri.-i;:'n. I.-ird M i.' I' ii,
.1(' l' u 1 1. t h r I .,- 1- 'o.'ii:pol .4i, II
1 l nd. U! .,,i ,: ,; ;'' r ,u V. -es
l s ,, li, : l i- ..t *. .. , ,,,. . ,
lith n 1 l:,i i !u r r, i;., '.: l ).,,]l. i] i
\ % '.:; N. .. ..:. k,.;iider ,
vel.int o01' :. 1. .1 : ..;: u. 'bi i
.)e 'l ,".)i '$l: it 'i i .1 ti ; Id. 'iie l n'
with is lil f.fuiuj LI.,rl .anir'u :ild !'i--
party. l,.,r lr h !i, ,Lanw u 'i:eJi.
unconiforiaubie when li rt a .i Thi lii
scriptllonI plnte. eLradw(l lth his owun
name anud litlh alid ti dli'ul moid year
of death, a d It a'e was iptchled up.

Scaring the Conscien:e.
Of all her cur!ims c('tti:i-s London
c'a-nnot boast of lucmre .-iniiilar eine
than that formerly so strl. tly dhered
to at Holland House. one of the most
historic old uanusluns In the lIri-tlsh
-p'altll. The last of the Lords Hulhand
shot .himsOlf durlung i tit of despoud-
ency. Everything pointed to a clear
case of self murder, yet the H. llnnd
family could never be dissuindcd from
the notion that the old tian had benu
-mtrderi by some unlowian us-assla
Accordingly every night for years it
was the custom for one of the faunilly
to go to the rear of-tbhe house ipunctu.
ally at 11 o'clock and tire a gun for the
l:urplose. It Is said, of "s-aring the con-
,science" of the murderer., This curl
ous practice is a relic of medieval
days in continental Europe. and the
case in polut Is probably the only in-
stance where It has been noticed'sluce
the days of the crusades.
At a Meeting of the St.' Andrews
To wn -.Cnu il i-- 1 T>*At-i .-%,-th,

Ith lns., it was nmo.ed, seconded and
carr'ld that the Town Council adjourn
to meet on Oct. 29, 1909 at 1 o'clock p.
m., at the Council room in the Bank of
St. Andrews to consider proposals to
lend money to said town, and to bor-
row money, not sxceeding 81,500 for a
term not longer tLan .two years, and to
transact any other bupi ness that may
corne before said meeting.
Attest.: J. H. DRUMMOND,
J R. Thompson, Mayor.
Towtt Clerk.

Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws
of Florida.
Notltec.is hereby given that D. M.
Wiljiams, purchaser of Tax Coitificate
No. 1019; daled the 3rl d;ay of June, A, U.
19It7, hits filed said cerlifcaloin i n yofieo,
and hai made napplictation issue in accordance with law. Sa:idcertifi-
cuite einlraces the following described
properly situated in WalhiaBgton county,
Florida, la-wit: el' of rse. of s- .t4 3 of
*sw%. of see. 3, Ip. 44, r. 14w. ,Thl", .aiid
land lh1ng as e sad at the date of the is-
.iuarec of such cerilf-a te in the name of
Di'iel J. Gra., Unlesp said certificate-
shall lie redeemed according to l.iw. tax
deed mill issne thereon on the 301h day
of October, A. D. 1909:
Witness ily official signalure'and sial
[L. a.] this the *2ih 'day of Septem-
ber. A. P. 1908
Clerk Circuit 3ourt,
Washington Couuty, Florida.


S-g Store

tw en all of our time to know *
ioi'n trotLIrT PECIALIES. We
-very.-finest 'that are made.

li ur


t Waters

Iceep a com- -
ist delicate l-,Z
emrfumes and I
our entire
kp-rtinent. 4" -F
It Im plh5iscd.
roilet Soaps, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for th(
tlyein than any we ever saw. T.oiet Soaps free
o upd everywhere. We have them. If you want
a the place to get it.
heattenlion of all. ladies who cre to haveandrec
i soft and healthy white skin, is called to oar line
plexion beautifiers. Project the open pores of the
t by the uqe sf these aids to charm. No woman's
ast of faintly scented powder over the neck and
, Washes, Cosm'netics and Rogues of every dc.crip-
3rushes, Combs, Manicure "ets. and all the littlio
ocomrfort.. health und beauty are to be found hero
Se DIIR A II_ I,,this'-
ete RUBBER GOODS. i goods
likes and will not disappoint you.


T-T 7
i 5 V. Vor

Ayer's Hair Vigor was good,
the best that was made. But
Ayer's Hair Vigor, new im-
proved formula, is better. It
is the one great specific for fall-
ing hair. A new preparation in
every way. New bottle. New
contents. Ask your druggist to
show It to you, "the new kind."
Does not chang. the color of the hair.
Formula with oah bottle
a- w it to your

As we new make our new Hair Vigor it
does not have the slightest effect upozt
the color of the hair. You may use it
freely and for any length of time with-
out fear of changing the color. Stopi
falling hair. Cures dandruff.
-- ade by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, a.----"

Exception to the Rule.
"I hate a boy it muy 'ebool of whom
I aim very f.ndl." said .a New, York
tiln -hl r iistilfitsly. "lbut I fear to think
1 w etA.thtl ftiltria' i'tIina t V i." f' "
4maf teliflo;-hfyf', sonie ravil person
who liil uln.s-iti l lit' xiui'.e.ii ilred.
"V-11. l uiii aifraidl hbe ity leo'lLouie u
wri'icr lor I'iniiy _i.p';lior. thlei eachePl1
'uggeSfh Id i ii-'lVh ly.V i,,i see. 1
",vist4 ltiivin :i history ir' ;.w \ cno111 day.
ai'd I nsk. j itbi Is ;'>y ill, \'.:;14 IP'eter
tbe Gr'",t. Ue unsw'Tli. .A cziir of
Illusskt.' "
"AndI w-is Iheore uor'e Ithan one Peter
thle Grtl-"il I tsLed. -
'He uppleared to pinultleir fAr a mo-
enrt and Ihtbei ropllied, "No. Miss Mary.
that w-is ii el ise I wtl, b history dihln'i
re-l''t,' itself.' "-Jldge.

"The Picnic Stretch."
Th nm !,.i [ brillh it (ionversal' ttiini;i 'l|.
Ge'liler- .\ 11.i iil tli h itl, iof t ;i'.':;. LI:
ileniit iiouods. illid lie ,pi;pliei-ii.d Ito I
l i:(1 e 1 7 11 tl4 1 11 i <<'rit unju pl:1;n1
N'.; I to h i; M .il ;i 1:n'lyV. li,'stc f ai gqi ld
t~ll @r. \\[in lim ., l i ovl l l ii ii\V iirt.
,te ttil-4 l at ili,. for div il id. it itniy
ljw gui 'ssd. pllinl rhli for tl-In v af
'lie only s. i tu r lc ll .-;(.d li;s tlp,
w".s it lin litw r .i lhd sliril ly ntre)ss.
her fo'r ihIe .l :I;I--- :'. i.-i' il' jjl 'tlft "
"truti.'h."-Mt~iin liestei" GuaidiulL.

Very Affectionate.
Mr. Ih,:ilsitaill--'r'al horse yoni
broug'ilt y1".-t..'ilty ReemS n vicious
lookiiig "ul;n:il. Is he afe tltri te't? .
Mr. Croiipper-Affe ctiOnute? I should
think so. Why. when he came out of
the stable' hlie stood upon bhi hild legs
and tried to embrace me,

Shows No Improlement.
"I don't see that her college educa-
tion has improved her much."
"No. She helps her mother with the
housework .just as It she hadn't'been
SgtLezd..t.ltruoltt Vwe.Vrea..,. -.
An Apt Simile.
9ome men have a career like a golf
ball. They are helped out of ,one hole
on!y to get Into anlother.-Llpp'neott'I.

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'4T.O V E, We.

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-. 24 F T -1'e

I Handle no Drack Nostrums.

DR, J J.JK'ESTER, M, Drtwa'iati,

Mr. o a nx
a hotel, eeper -'.
Sheriff- of Demctur',
several days here.
seems that he lii
pretty well- beca'
eight lots before 10e
air. Okly Andrew
his home in WestAi.
days. where he was '
attendance upon his
is still ailing.
County StperintWi
Gainer is a business -

Andrews. He made-. 'Buoy a
pleasant visit yester leaving
his annual report for blication
which will appear in th e columns
within a week or two, .
Up to.S ruff~
A man in worknian'A, one dn ry
railed atI a loe-nl denli.t'. l Ithe door
was opened liy a Umari'. -; _
Wo'rkman-la he geut'l'li.art draws
teetb? v'"
Serviint-No. sir. but I 't he will
be .In shortly.
WorklIIin I1 patlig .o .o-orlstep)-
Does he give gas?
"Yes." : _
"Whnt does he e(harget'
"One (lcltar." '
-Whut'-o-ine dollar: !i mean to
say. miss. n felfw's!a Rwatlowl
over 1.iL0 feet of gams )l'uve one
tooth pulled out? N;No '. i re lon
I knows a lit nhoa:l t ,tork
down at t1m gas w pit-
go lo i illiper drnil.t7 e il
pulled out without gas.-', .0.

Not Ir.teresti *
"I ,nre ('ciled." sail theie poagent.
"to sqe If I cau iliterest I *i.llithI ,
work"- .
"Young man." snnppeP 'oiian
who answered the door. -now I
am lnretesled In wfisbli dishes
dnustnrg. cleaning up a ";pliuper-
haniger. -making six bed g (he
bnrdwood floor, frofBl bond's
sbirts, gelttng two mor' today.
dalrnung ilue paiirs of and
stringing my sweet pen l night
say llht that's more inm yon*
men ever th,.ught of cqn't Interest me in di D ."--e- -
troft Free Press. -. '


I 11 1--.IW~ak Kl. lk -" --



-- I


prd y t-ifioj-wi
w itt*4i

m1and it

been at
r some
to be in
er, who

(i It r h *
sort and "*ireot tAY ur
.A t ir iv In g u eftle- In ir d e ul .W, 4 ~ it '

loomnedtI i-Itt Ayp tr:kttdui

"Hlow do you i-el. WI!9'
the latter.

"Feel? ,Ob. yesc- I sem' what pyou megu,1
old, fellow. Weft. rtivlly, dimet yold
knftw, I feel Ilke one and six.",
"'Llke what ?' ~
"Like one an~d t-~n. as you (balsa u30
here. No! Holdeon, there! 'I mweao
80 cents, you -nlow: feel like 30 cent. -
Yes."i-New York- GlobO. -

-Convenient. -
"Prorldelace." sold The deaCrlid. "aepw
do look after de ciullud rar-e."
"how come?" demanded 10roill.es
,"Well, hit's dltta'wity: Ppe nigger IIUII.*
ez dey my, w.alk log.inooo." 1
"Sho do!"e asaocated Brother DIcbq.
"Dat makes him itowlpgged."'v
"Now you talking! .... ..1'
"An' bowlegs Is d.' mqe6in' .imert4 '
tunt legs in de wnr or. -teif nilg a1ji!w .
W'en a pouluiqea-m tie top ~
ahne-* *
A Brie9i.t odj

to him the, right gild'~~b'ii4 -
biaore. a real htisiilralm I~Lwita teav
"'Ladles and geptlemen. I -*OaN o
1wamse any uuneovessairy fltime fu the '-fu-
troduct~on. fidoni't know ianyffkIg
about thi nIs n~art last j only-knd
two things about 1111p.. One IN that be -
bus never bcve n piti 'rnI.-and the dither'
Is I can't see wbiy be ltuasn't." -
-~~ Fr F.Glritz, Oneonta. N. Y'
writo'C "My little s! irl v"#sjqreatly boa- -
v fited by taking Fol' .%V's Or Ina osxxati ve,
and I thnkItr is ithe best remedy fe
constipation itnd iive'r troublo."1 Fohey's
)rino Laxative`)4 milk', Iileadiullt san
effective and eures habitual conattl)e-
ti;n., Sold by tUaisicr Meroarut l)aOt01.
All. Forth. Mon. '
A parson waku sentit for by 4 1in
Parishioner. who homd' ~afAes strenfT!-
refused- to b i ti stthngtodo-,
hi11 ntf.4446., Upt-' nlrled 1t~ hr
slI.found ter, ti~i coiiet (ntrite
tinoodl 4iid. made- 44-k hoist 'if Ilsfla otrhi'.
,tunitR nflst ~i:.t t6iixtexflemiro e t'uS'eirj-

-Thbe,, laqt word miude ber Pdt up ithfl
sud0den eenergy. V' lf'- he exclat;,f -.
nt]: ~ ~ ~ 11 *tln' i -s -for oItt aptie
tiowvt feu i, ds pf'eisf, *ii1t ttblla.

-TheUEl rt C!I.-Iz'-': -'
The,' tell Ii i-'ti~ur; if, %*, I t'4f reqntiv
Mr. 41111j.Ii tiil Pt:.' 1 !A4l fit a y 'ttl -

I lie Li'.-C.t ,Jults f(tI) el'-1lvt to fit ow
10 t'.ev llte yi..ur tIlnie lienrcIt, vtpl

Pooled Seint.-**:4

I':iid~ei tieii itte it n a u;-e l~ i (.ij
in IL1': ito se'pir. "'i IJlseu.
heI')I lm lm'-I'u'u' '




%", ,- ,M 11






cannot exist. "

Every home should have a bottle of this great Liver TomniPhA d
whole family. The,chill season is here and all those who are C6nstipated Io ave a T
ly have trouble with that arch enemy of the race. BE PREPA E D Get'in.
and you can defy the disease. '



Sour Stomach. Indigestion, Con-
n, Vertigo, (blind staggers), Foul-
Symntoms of a Torpid Liver,

nd Complete

of Medicine.

16 less than miracu
S-Tired, weak, despondent

Ious. It
victims of

*, ':i,-^ .
!tl sease
Malaria is

fi fitf that the inala ia germ

It'stands for health for the
e' or Digestive Disorders, will sure-
I6 at once by taking HERBINE


I. irrrrrs.- w- rr'E .r ~ fY 4-~ ra~a s-i,. n-~aA ~ a U ,aas- r,-s&aa..,-ErssaP. -- w~r.

-- -

SSieek's Disovery

of ti. North Poll
Continued from First Page.
iiade i fill tilt for ine Io keep n sull
* 1t' advane, to set a gnol course
hfte bhrloh w-i> still searcbed f<
fne p lali to mark the approachhil
lal tentpr. Init nothing unusual wa
It wl-n ilhe s8m1e expanse o
inj spn. oif lee on which we ha
P ,0 .5 m nlEV . i i
I ~~r thronirb gladdened eyes
VWewei sitnmiiet41l a1 new glory. Therk
I'"w jtinIaV of gold fenced In purple
Wtts: with Iffled crests. It was on
V*f jF 'widasiiv on the stormy podl
lirf 1" hII nature' ri iledi with cheering
thit* .
'. aV djpy .' and Ihe splen
"_u.,itr ?i'r n;as rutx~ Into the
.t00* "1fa the prnmR jpf gold 6i
,the 4Uftifdry'lpows thickened. willie the
tddemt. ), bummock atd ridges
",~ri'de't lilb.of violet barriers through
*'*. n way inust he sought.
/, 'Pr.' my 'po .Ilou a few bhqndrpe
Y0'm ahead of the Sleds I could not
S tt the keolpintlon 1io t1 urn frequently
wtoae tht*'u. vvemneit of the dog train
wtlah tq new tire. la thia directiinn
: M P ..I f i t u w i S -u j * e r 4 d T b e ,
1"4*t Mt ia puld tuid buruhfig col-
-Oe~ ffille the pflahis rtapreseuted e ery
shade cif pirpte and litne.
Thrumih this .n af coltor the doggi
rebe w-I tipirited trsvld. mIna down.
flas 'e j Antshonlde r I(nwmi to the
*stipa niO-r hiA.. )-'he young
EBrinni ia^^in uiifinr -n with W.T *f.'p I'he litlg whip *A',
#wft~,a bri k rrwV fini r.ll oVer
wr enwpe na lotd of ffmawel brirthi.
lDimP h (Iia early in .th1 ntlsrj.
fa of A(rtl 20. '*VtF. mwn m nwrth.-
'@4: t;he psti i*i iNapt. 'itnr-:
fl' l'Erinal wMsterly nir dt alTlvers
our frewly frear. The surrtts.
SJ l "'"ii'f thuatlnsm bad been
.. q 'w litn,. and under It a rlong
.... .,wa uiside ower, av-rage t're
S"... ~te emmal 4.remRu of overtwaring
S' .tJt. Too ired iand iaMpy to wait
.-a' lm ..oof tP. mowted snow '-wete
"- 1tiyr4osz tfh pPnaintl-nn wrns
au A WAI Aw_ ak to enae the task
of the tWit. reite caused r eniiefore
t11. mw, it"a Vltq iblhd. and ibe world
," last ftO JM for eight bours. The
g' .n latitude 89 degree.
45 ka Ioitud.e 04 degrees 52

ltbp boys singins and the ado
l start .ff after InIld ht
'-<. A. t21. 1 dogs looked lir0 e
...p as the y came Malong tat -
1 w Bikbv* and Abwelab.

*3. tOOK's xsaitioa sr'nrTokfiid .D BY
Ihouib tbt$ and raggei. iMd I a 'linifty
M heroes of the greatestMbimmin lt.t-
", whlb bad e'rer been'fougbt with
gymrkable success.
-We were a lyfted to the paradise of -
Wm rs 4 tfeppWed over the snows
CC 6 d' Mir Whicb we bad riskedC
Ba lnAl .wilingly suffered the tort urea







of an ley bell.
The lee under us seemed almost sa-
cred. When the pedometer registered
fourteen and a half miles we camped
and calmly went to sleep. feeling that
we were turning on the earth's nxlq.
The obseryntlons. however. gave 89
degree rn milnuies 4 seconds. )Itp
r therefore had the ipIl. or thli exact
I spot where It should lie. itlalin sight.
W e alvndrnced the Offteen steconmid.
r mnde sup'pleiientna ry olservatlons.
I l hlird thI tentl, huillt i sncw liloo
and p'ropnred to mnkP 'nre:plves e.im-
fortni o for n tniv lone 'Onolh for two
rounid4 or o:lspierralonq.
Our pon-rtion wan fbill doliillr nqanr
"d, ndnl a e *ip'-o!:wir.v d :v of r(rit wnR
*-rullm (. In E tl. iisliuk l n t 1 Al!wp;ih epn-
lIoed IIthe c'a q in qu(i' repioso. blit I
i'r It verv liiil'. .My co: l wna rnN'hi-
'ed: lthe u .i"viltion of in my lf had hnlpn
1ilithiid. ll w (CoI'Et I a'lo*m nwar
'uch ovprwhelninag noinentens of ein

.St '.a4t wP hlind rper-hred thpe loritil
'-eiter. 'Thie lre ap1 of rnaiiniim h:ul lpten
rpaiiz,.fl 1lphirnep of renmlnri.o was
orirq. Tin' l -ig wns plinined Io tIl p civ
P|eId pole. The pnear wias 190j1. the divy
April 21.
The pun Indl,'ntpd loenl poon. 111sn
vt'np wi.a a Inotilve pr blPin. feor I)erP
nil mprMli:ins .ipeet. Vtlli n ~'ep it was
"ann'ccllPhI I o L0frrn, ioi'o p:art of IO'w
alolip to li,, opo'dipa' slde- Ifro l Ilic
himir of nildiigeht tq tnt of ni.'l.-:li
Herep llthrip nr h ibtt n n:ila 'd 1 II
nviil'h in pan h .p:r. 'Theo -inlilnid wa
.10 u,.'-ro*,. Ihe tfiimaper:afanro -.,'.T. iii'
ntni.-q'herric prpes.rep *!*Q Nirtl .
pna t -sid wet! I:adl vn ,lal-1 -,d. II w:i
S fOiiil t in Pverv diretlioni. lit l lep eoni-
pa.'-:," p"Iltilg ton hlie pnagTitie i pole.
wnq ns :l i ifilt n' ivor.

of frost:! we were the on!y pulsating
creatures lu a dead world of Ice.
On April 23. 1908, Dr. Cook began the
long return march. With fair weather.
good Ice and the inspiration of the home
run long distances were at first quickly
With a good deal of anxiety Cook
watched the daily reduction of the food
sB'pply. It now became evident that the
crucial stage of the campaign was to be
transferred from the taking of the pole
to a final battle for life against famine
and frost. Early in July farther south-
ward progress became impossible. and in
quest of food he crossed the P'lrth of
Devon into Jones sound. On Feb. 18. 1909.
the start was made for Annootok. With
a newly prepared equipment the Green-
land shores "were reached on April 16.
Here Dr. Cook was greeted by Harry
Whitney and anxious Eskimo friends. To
facilitate an early return he moved south-
ward to the Danish settlement and reach-
ed Upernavik on-May 24, 1909. The Dan-
Ish ship. Hans R-.-ede took him trotn
Upernavli to prk.
"TIred of Being In Print.
"Mr. Smithters," said his wife. "If I
3miembe' rightly you have often saih
that you disliked to see a woman conD
stantly getting herself Into print?"
S"I'do," said Smlthers positively.
* '!iou considered it unwomanly and
ldelilcate. I believe?"
". nd you don't eSe low any man
could allow his wife to do anything of
the kinl 7?"
"Yes. A think so now."
"Well. Mr. Siulthers, In view of all
the facts In the case I feel Justided in
asking for a new silk dress."
"A new silk dress?"
"Yes. For the last eight years I havp
had nothing better than fourpenny
calico, and I want something better.
I'm tired of getting into print."-Lon.

--.. ... IdonlTit-Bit.
'Thir'n'lh -vrayer d w1h It'o -ii-cs,.q
onf i he tlmip-is v tn si-lit,: lIe<' lin to
clug4 f t le I, (:ri" dav nf'er :ill Ihe Both Boys Saved.
,tr.prT-:-ll,.n., hal alen tl, k.n l iind the Louis Boon, a leading merchant of
loea-i eloltlen-r .ennlih,. Awl n e. Jorwayv, Mich writes:,"Three bottles
ofrIiitt''e Imtitllnepu ,-msnnio whith naoero-
f s.., rivinr. of tHsl hlritr.i Whlit n of Foley's Honey and rar absolutely
'op-, fIi)s uN.t ton l." ar I,4"dt flae lin- cured my boy of a severe uough and a
Iil Iomn f inrmm for -ao many y'&-: "EIml- neighbor r' boy who was so ill with a
Te*'" fnietld of purple snow: 'N.t. tfe. no ehld that $he doctors gave him up, was
*' .. .... t, ro.p1o'n fti. ,tot.tr. ~rured by, taking Foley's Honey and
a Tar," Nothing else is sosafe and oer-
LEGAL NOTICES tain inresults. Sold byGainer Mer-

U. S. Land Office at Gainesrille F.a. .fE
Seplember 13, 1609. 1
A sufirient contest affidavit having
Ieen filed in thid bffite lvy Omah S Eller-
lice.e onteitant againstt Homestead Entry -
No. 34164, made April 16, 1904, for nwY '
e qtion 4, township 2.. range 15w. byhv TR1AD MARKS
Jasitest. Brilt;contdlge, ip which it in al- ",DMNS "'
"leged (pt the "lid "eauie '.. W iP t ha. ..
.a..,fid ;.Seo, rI wr ,ei, '
vatd the saidetract, but has a holly alian. o 0 poibe 1
done Ihe same. nnd thatehis al'eenca Sent dre fodant bseenr
therefrom .aS not due to his employment es1 without ch Inth
in the army, havy,or marine cor of the f
United States an time of war, said partlen Sdc1ii1 jEier v
are hereby notified to 6upear, respond and A Ibndgomly illustrated weekly. I.argest etr
offer evi.tance touching said allegation at eulationo ay sci.stfi journal. Termss. 3 a
amr: eijur months. .L d byall newsdeaeers.
10 o'olock a...m. en OOctoer 29.1909, be- & n &C bal newedea er
fore clerk of Ihe circuit coirl at Vernon., & CO.sBoada, New Yrk
Florida, (and that fiin41 hearing wilit, 't aeb 01 1625F 6L. VVhinasn n D.
h"ld wt 10 o'clock n, .m.on Novemober 12.
190b before) the Regis-or und F.eceirer
or ihe United tites Lind Offien at
Gailueevillp, Florida: le c t lm ic
The said contestant having in a proper
affidavit, filed i-otember 11, 19(09, set
forth fpcts which show that after due
diligence pers *nal service of Ihis notice te
can not be mad.', it is h rely ordered end Succeed when everything else fails.
directed that such notice he given due In nervous prostration and female
and pJoper publication. weaknesses they are the supreme
SHIELDS WARKN, Receiver. remedy, as thousands have testified

State of Florida,
Washington Countv,( OInah 4. Ellcr. i
I'ee, heing duly v wotrn, nn hii io -:.b says
that he served 'he within abtice byv de- *
ivcrang a true copy thereof to the within
emned conestce at thi following time
and places to-wit: Byv registered letter
to James H. Britt. Mat Southort,; Fla.,
his last known post4ofee address, and at
Murfee, 'la, the poqtoffite narest to the
land in contest. OxiM S. ELLERBLEF.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2lst day of September, 1909.
'.. W. A. -uWmNs.
s5L: o. Noitary Publii-,
ol .'' MV oimiiairi. expires
Nov. 9: 1911. ;

sle to An
of this Is:
Dra per,
dor to Its
were traie
had the
In the sa
SMrs. D
sIan is
per's bed.
other p
the corrid*
in uniform
German. ,
"I hav
"4 bolst
"I have
"I ha
esty's I t
Poor. Mar
Ice, and I-
no offense.

Hyman -
.corder of"
who came
man appe,
who hadt,
send hlim t
tomorrow' 4
him out."-
I'd like teWA
much shall
months?"' I
to relent, ;~1
what I'llT
here andl
sentepee yc
woman has
sistid. The
fore her, a
voice ordeo
tence. "811
months, a t
ns have It,


Farn J,

iou15 Ftai itco,
ross all oi's-v

rea ehildrs

Graded Racools,,
yIna praottic.al
by Dr.TgaI.a&

Sold in St. And

for backache, rheumatism, kidney.
Folcy's Kidney Pills purify the blood,

Sold in 8t

lRaken Uniform.
ba cidis are often a pns
| travele-rs An Instance
In "Recollections of a
r" by General W. F
terly Amerlan am!mnasa
general l and Mrs. Draper
ft in Russia when they
b*tng amusing experience
's maid, Marie, speak.
ell as French, but Rus
.her, After Mrs. pra
made she desired an
and Marie rushed Int..
get oune Seeing a man
he railway porters wear
Demanded a pillow ,l'

MIplTows," said he.
en." said Marie.
_. 0iple of towels to
iese dirty cushions."
els.either," said the
im a colonel In his maj-
'I guard."
I nearly went into tiyster.
" calledd In to explain that
sB meant.

n on the Bench.
rus,'Oor many years re-
onue, knew the people
ore him. When a wo-
to accuse a husband
-ten her he said, "If I
pati you'll come back here
b6ars and ask me to let
0o." she said, "I will not.
I him punished." "How
give him then," asked
months. one month, six
,,oman, who had begun
speechless. "I'll tell you
be said. "You come up
y.chair, and whatever
onounte will go." The
but the recorder WIn
and was arraigned be.
the recorder In a gruft
her to pronounce sen.
hs, three months, twd
-quick," be said; "leg
he woman burst into

Bladder Right

Ing List.
B very lheral clul
hLa fow Ofth'e vesr.
e country and fir
r n whole year

A h 2- ... 1 :':
t'a. mout ly I 17
k- ... ... 1 75
*,** e.. 1I 75
:......... I 40
1he above publica-.
pth the BTOY ad.
i Andre ns Fla.

NO. Jfopiate-

gas iranteed I r you ur,
LC Supp0sil0ry U
3 Matt. Thompson, Bap-'
.g. C., writes Iv cal *a
ONe." Dr. S. M. Devore.
'"They giv eUniversal atis.
Marksburg. T'' n.," wrle:
have foad eo remedy to
R.A Smpi Prsee. Soid

b~y Drr. V. G. ltfchelf

tears. She and her husband einurati
aml went out of court rejoicing
"There!" said Lazarus. "It you comic
back I'll give you six months each."-
New York Press.

A Singular Meal.
One of the most singular meals ever
eaten was that given to a select few
by an antiquary named Goebel Ivr
Brussels some years ago." The broad
was made from wheat grown before
the children of Israel passed out of
Egypt. and It was spread with lhutter
made when Elizabeth ruled. Engiland
F'or fruit Mhcre were apples whi-h
ripened before the Christian era. and
the uine was older than the whirt
man's knowledge of the new world
The bread was made from went taken
from a chamber In one ofthe pyra
mids, the butter.(of which there wer."
several pounds) had been found In nr
earthen crock on a stone -htIlf undil
the Icy waters of a well in Scotland
A pantry in the ruins of l'omipell han
furulshed the Jnr of apples (which
were gs sweet nnd finely flanvord as If
only a few mouths oldi. and the flagor,
of wine had been recovered from an
',id vault In Corinth. Six guieFts en-
loyt'd this amazing meal.-Chicago
Now s.

The Englishman and His "Bawth."
"I had a bLachelor apartment at one
time with an Englishman. who was
always talking about his "bawfb. you
know.'" said a New Yorlk banker.
"The first tiling of a morning he said.
*I must take my bawth, you know.
"e*n11f. now. I must take my bawtl.--
Fol y's Honey and TIar cle-Lr the ais
.a*as, stops the irritationin in the
throat: soothes the inflamed iamem
ranes, r.nd the most obstinte cough
disappears.- Sore aia inflamed'lung
are healed and strengthened, and the
old is expelled from the .1sten,. Re
use any but the genuine in the yellow
tckiage. AF Gainer Mercantile Co-.
I m------** --

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


Alft RAIko ECfttfL*tbI

The Southwest Qnarter ol the S.anih-
west Qunirer oi Sectinm 1. inli ihe
S ,,nthi -Hal of tlie Southeas't Quar-
ter ofa Sction 2. row shiii) I4 immuih,
Rf.nge 14 west.

Lies About One Mile North-

east of Millville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place,

A p-11ion of thilii. I. I l a. I cen
*n cln.'ii .i ,la ila 'in *i er i,. ; !ln t
aid ia:,. lbeer, yii.g i Ile for son e

A Gill Edp Barain, if' Takl i
At Once.
Apply at or Address
Tr-E BUOY. St. Andrev's F'la.

bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
store lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes.

Andrews by Cainer MercantheCo

To all persons subject to Bilious Attac
stipation, Headache, Dizziness. Heanr
Breath, Sallow Complexion or otil

haw, haw!" -
"He did so much talking.about bhis
'bawth' that I stayed one morning to
see him take It-to see If It was dif-
ferent from the bath of the American.
"It was. This Is.what be did: First
he spread a soft towel at the bottom
of the bathtub, then turned on the
water until it was about two inches
"'So as not to chill my feet, you
know-baw, hawl" be explained to pMe.

the spray, sprang through It. leaped
ou.t and rushed for a towel. f
"He had taken his obawth, you kpow
-haw, hawl' "-Washington Post.

Sc Doors In China.
In China doors art often round, leaf
shaped or semicircular. In placing
them the builder usually avoids having
one'opposite another lest evil spirits
find their way from the street into the
recesses of the building. The door-
ways separating the courts of a gar-
den are usually of an elaborate kind,
and the octagonal form Is one of the
most popular. Religious superstition
asserts itself In Chluese architecture,
Vand the universal sacredness of the
numerals 3 and 9 s shown in the ar-
rangement of temple doors. There Is
a triple gateway to each of the halls
of the Imperial palace. 'and the same
order prevaffs nt the Ming tombs. The
Temple of Ueaven bas a triple roof, a
triple marLle stalrea'e, and all Its mys
tic symbolism points either to 3 or Its
Wrong Diagnosis.
A song with the title "There's a Sigh
In the Heart" was sent by a young
man to bhis sweetheart, but Ihe paper
fell into the hands of the girl's father,
a very unsentimental physician, who
"What. wretched. unscientific stuff Is
this? Who ever heard of such a case?"
He wrote on the outside:
"Mistaken diagnosis: no sigh In the
heart possible. Sighs relate almost.en-
tirely to the lung and diaphragm!"

Little Walter was whispering into
the ear of his dog.
"What are you saying to Rover,
.-t-ar?" asked hiq mother.
"Oh. I wna jut.t tif.liup him bov
lucky he wais." replied Walter. "'cause
be didn't havte to lihave his neck washed
and lis hair combed or go to school."- I
Chicago News. I

For a cl-'ar head, a stAout heart ard
strong mind, D:.Wilt' 'Littis Early
Risers, arnlle, afe, easy iple;isant lit-
tle pills. DeWitt's Carbolized \jitch
H izel Salve is uaneo iial'd for anything
whore a sale is w-ede'1, an;d ik spl-
cially good for pile SolJd by 11 drug-

Slightly Colder With Snow.
When you see that kind of weather
forecast you know that rheumatisai
weatherIs at hand. Get ready tor it
now by getting a. bottle of Ballard's
Snow Lininent. Finest thIng made for
rheumatism, ohilblaine, frest bite, eoe
and stiff joints and muscles, all abe ?
and pains. 256 |150c, and 01.00 a bottle.
At.Gariner Mercantile Cos.

h ave Just taken place ad
them Is spoken of by the te
Tageblatt as a trick of the tI !bet
that city. While this may be a
form of criminality in Beri.,, ia tl
writer, It Is really only an l[itaton
an incident described by Dias C
as having taken place 2,f0Q years .. '
fore Christ. The historian says tn
when the consort of the emperor
laid away In the mausoleWtUnm'.,
Memphis a band of Greek mkriM t *-
entered the deserted palace o. '
pharaoh and took all the pI ,.
stones and metals and the Qwiao
slaves and reached the banks -o' fit
Red sea wilb their plunder. Outly'to
of the band were captured, ian4 they,
were turned over by the rfter'to the
wise men, by whom they re, 'vt
sected In the interest of acle n. No.
matter how much the robbers of t'f
modern' houses of mourning may "
despised, they meed not fear that t"pt
of punishment.

THe Nwboy. ,
Do you see the newsboy?
Yqu can hear the newsboy a lon.
time before you can see him. "
* What does the newsboy say? -
It doesn't matter what the newsbog
says. You know he is the news .
because he has the papers to prove-'.-
What'has the newsboy contcefled T I
his land?
The newsby h6s a-clgarette-butt i
his hand. He saw It smokling In' "
gutter and was afraid it .wouftd t
fire to the street. so he picked it upt;
Good little newsboy, you will Ibe
fire chief some dayr
ild ever you try a trick on tbn
Give' hfi: a wni-keis ioe timHE for yoft
paper a(n tell hli to keep fl> e mrrrge.
Ten chances to ton be r lJ vr ft.Wn, ..
Does the newsboy never sleep':
Oh, yes. the newsboy sleeps. but
never on his jlob.
. P. 8.-Lots uf people enn nr n some. _
thing from tte news9boy.--Iostn [Hetr.
aid. ,

Modest Modern Man.
Whinatvvi-r may be until of thie- moerj'
-In. ,ie I cainotli be iI'lI to be lack1king
mod(-ty. While tb(, uci'tnts did their,
utmost to prove ihat lhey Issu'd froml
the gods. we no our best to de4O~w-
straie thai wv have dependcd ted il
mionkeys.- I'rli. J.urnal.

The Value of Good

Digestion *

Is easy to figure if you 'know what your stomach
is worth. Kodol keeps the stomach at par value,
by insuring good digestion. Kodol cures Dyspepsia.

Kodol Insures good digestion by
absolutely duplicating Nature's
normal process, in perfectly digest-
lag all food taken Into the stom-
While Kodol is doing this, thfe
stomach is resting-and becoming
-strong and healthy. A strong and
healthy stomach guarantees a
sound'and active brain.
The man with' a sound stomach
-a stomach that is doing for the
body just what Nature intended
It to do-is the map who is always
prepared for any ergecy- Hke

to- special effort by "tonics" and
"stimulants" doesn't care anything,
or accomplish any good. Neither
does dieting. Indigestion and the
serious ailments which It inducest
can be averted and corrected only
by natural means.
KCodol supplies this satral :-, -
means. It performs the stomach's ,' *-:
work for ft-just as .the stomth ..-
should perform it-while the sto-. .'
ach takes a little rest, '0for the ..
stomach's sake."

Pot APOm

uaL u m Jan 9 aA va-. vr a.s..W..*t Oneo, retaai'thDo le 'to Sti et1 i5.'.
stomach is irritated by undigested fe wuilrefiM omroney a
food, the blood and. heart are dli. -ti or delay. W..
rectly affected. Then dullness, un- 1 r1gglehaogu1ar r 1
- natural sleepiness, sick-headaches, This offer irpee tothelare bottH nl
vertigo and fainting spells. #nd n to oe 1 amy. e Sl '
even serious .brain trouble develop, cent bottle. -.:
Kodol will prevent these. Kodol Is prepared at the labora-
tpurring the stomach and brain toriesof E.C.DeWItt Co.,C4IcagOe -
.'l,) i.Y AI.I DIU(.Q3.STS. "' "

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It is the Surest, the Safest, the most pe

Liver Tonic and Regulator in the Wholes

I It is a marvellous remedy. Its invigrating effect upon a Torpid

S acts instantly. The first dose brings improveitrat', a few days cures the most bbstin
a Torpid Liver are restored almost in a day.

prevalent it is a faithful guardian of health. It puts the Sfomach, Liver, and Bo0

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