Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: October 28, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00116
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T. 28. 1909.


sm City;
; Reeiv-

$1.00 a ear' in Advance,. .. ...

Entered 'Sept. 3, 1002, at St, Andrews,
Fla., a&-second qlass matcr u det
Ac of .Congrress of ENaVoh dS--9*

Salt .

.. ticL ofe ,F. Bul-k
irb' V. A. V'm'G W. Srb'. Sr., T. B.
ek. ch ,.l '1t, AX. H. BoXOi Postmaster.
.f l er.M.P. 46..
mrs. ostmater, Mrs. Belle Boothe;
Dety SriffA oaeboo justice of
.. --Potmaster .. tae............. J. .
MUIv , ares; Constale., J- H.
,a post...a.ter., F. a Boutelle; Notary
Iac, H N Carlisle.
S i o ostmater.; Andrew Allan. 1
t.i. n. .. . ...
.._thpbrt-Postmaste'. R. Barnett.
yPotmitress, Mrs. R. Gay.
had-Posmastern M. Mashburn.
okPostmaster, .j. Fowler.
tappo-Postmistress, Mrs. uee
urifee-Postmaster. JLm-e M. urf. -
Calhoun County, Cromanton-postmaster, Nora
Parmdale-Postmaster W. P. Woodford. -
S tist--Church Wyoming ave. and Pearl st,
ev. Herman S.Howard, postor;Pea ching ev-
second Sunday. morning and evening; du-
day School vev 'Suundaylat 9 a, m.; Prayer
Methodist Episcopai-- nch Washington Ave
and Chestnut St. Sunday School 9:3o a. m..
esbyterin--Church corn L oraine Av.and
PrDrake St. Sunday Schoo at 9:3o a. n. every
Sunday. John Sturrock. Supt. J. H. Round
tree, pasto.r. N
S Catholic--hurch corner Wyoming Ave. and
FPoster St.

E W.-'. .
Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Commu-
I, nications on the first
'and third Saturdays
in each month.
Vaisi itig i Brotler'.
..EE.JRQS.. OE' W. M.

Kotary Public for State at Large; has jurisdiction
to administer oaths, take affidavits, legalize
acknowledgements, etc.. anywhere in Flonda.
Special attention given to land conveyances
&ad marriage ceremony performed for lawfully
qualified parties. Office at the Buoy Office,
Andrews. I
Doctor of MedicinT. Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Qermany, Chronic Diseases and dis-
.rises of Women and Children my Specialty.
rotary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
Sbusiness in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.
Notary Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
tjce of the Peace, Dist. No. s. Office at resi-
4 deuce in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
his salwith him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments, wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
diction, Collections a specialty.
Notary Publc for the State of Florida at Large.
* Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
pen4 qf taxes for non-residents, specialties.

-For ale!
We Offer for sale a strip from the
'00th idp. ofI the north half of the
zorthvY1- quarter of section 10, town,
a1ip 4 south,- range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watsbn bayou,
aijoiingl,) lvlle on the south. Will be
ol1d 1i 'cre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
VThe price asked will be according to
leation. W. A.IMMONA 4 "9
.,. .." *". =-M,' ,' .
S, TonofiAl. Triumph.
: it wa .the best job you ever
i ui= bed the anrt barber.
op s4hpfed a MWan," replied t-e

"' -;. 19am. tectrie beu tar spray.
ad d'tilly a jtonle rub."
-'w, at Oen'"
*"-"By. hat tinmi." concluded barber
Noe. 2. "he needed another shave."-
London A answers.

L.ive, Spiders Food For Young Wasps.
'; The ouiing of some wasps pan live
Orly on live spiders. and the mother
wasp therefore renders tbe spider
pow ierless by her sting, after which it
an Ilt.'a n onth, ani tben deposits It
' hi the q'ocoou. where she has laid he"r
e-g. On hatlihing out the rvasp grubs
ed 'on the lIdlls of the living spt-
dera. 'Anothe'r waitp deposits her egg
in the body of' ttwh spider, which el
t ri -ed alaie and Is fed upon by
e -te .'.p grub. iLondon gtaidard.

S On the ence.
' : "'li't Wouimn won't take either side
Sof the iocwlnl dispute until she Is rea-
itipably sure which one feIs going to
Swin. She's a cat."
S, -, "Ax then that .accounts for her be-
on the fencer'-Baltimore Ameri-

The Drawback.
S, "I 7e.ways there wag only onedraw-
her wedding."
Whati was that?"
S"She says her father looked too
i cheerful wbvn.bhe gave her away.'"

aJAl npSc pe r Ipe e ea
eientt Disply locals
above rates, "


If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil It iesa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be Lent
you that no break moy occur should
you choose to renew.-

WiERP.AS, The Honorable Joel R.
Wells, County Judge and Judge of
the County Court of Washington
County, Florida has tendered to
the Governor of -Florida his resig-
nation as County Judge and Judge
of the County Court, to take effect.
on November 2d, 1909, and
Whereas. Judge Wells has held
the office of County Judge for the
past ten ears and presided over
the County Court since its organiz-
azation in 1905, and
Whereas, Judge Wells has al-
ways been absolutely fair and im-
partial in all his acts and rulings,
presiding with ability ahd dignity
as such Judge,
Therefore. As a mark of our es-
teem of Judge Wells as a man and
as a Judge, be it
Rasnolved Thant hv the retire-

A -iavailrr- iniLOve anajime way
It Was 'Ended,

S h LEby A W -
-It -4W-ftelr first sifwme pt' -"Vl
Sion~ tjuey h4 -iwi~ys been Cbq
4Dt%~ ~4qr ~

Slet yu ge. l.
David Royal-looked at fiits lenti
steadily. Then be aid: "Did you ever
think, Victor, that you always came
out ahead at school-that you always
took the llou's share? But it was be-
cause I let you, not always because
you deserved It. I gave up the schol-.
arship to you because I bad more
money and needed It less.' I didn't
care then. and I didn't care when the
faculty selected you for that exp~eri-
mental trip to South America. I
wanted to go, and my chance was as
good as yours, but when I knew how
set you were ouIt It simply said I
had other plans, and the trip came to
you. But this time it's different."
Carrlngton laughed easily. "Oh. you
were always a trump, Daisy," he said
"You're a friend worth having. But
Jyou can't have the little girL"
"Can't I'" Royal asked, nnd some-
thing in his tone made Carruington look
at hhn sharply. "Fee hie." ho de.
mauded, "yoru haven't asked her?"'
"No. I haven't. but I'm gting to."
Carrlngton shiruggd his shoulders.
"'I don't llke to cay it. Dal-y, but I
think khe likes ine best."
P.o.vnl cicl-pdl hhl arms about hLi
knees ard l nk'1d out t,.wnrd lthi sea.
"Tf slihe i.--!iwu'd niot care to m.rirr
.iie." DlId sa:i1d. "I lshiuld take oie o'
'hoeo satnli:ni-' and rull and sail aflt
try to fnirpret. v't -tor."
"If she bolid not enre for me.'
f'urrington ;a'.l. "'I should flzd an
theirr girl." '
Roy'nl's eyes Isl'ed. -"no you i e,
now w'ly I wyI n't let you hInp lier
he ko.el. -Dp'-;u;e vuu w,-n't nril.
ber b;ia py. li .iu,.. 'j>,' L,:-; :M IT.
I lan v will be coultanit t:11 t

thin now. 'rn rnce t'- :-i to I'E-t h-'"
.And anil -! d,.nt like to spity
Daisy, but you uren r exactly lady

"No. think heaven," was the su(.
rinct reply.
S"Well, we wiun'4. fltht over It," snai
Coarringtun. ile rose and strett Iichd hi-
taill figure to Its full height. And
standing there with thle v'ld. bhlwln
hii fair hair. Ihe' sunlier man wa.
forced to idiult his beauty nad fas
And. as if to vol, e his thoughts. sone'
onte said lwhirnd them. "Are you wor
hiilung the sinu g:d."'
Carrlugtou turned, nud there wn.
Du!cle-*Dulcle. the desire of .JIth of
their heart-s.
"You look like a young brave war
shaping," she repented as lihe sat 'dowi
onu the grass beside Iponal aud spread.
out her rosy fl..uinces.
Carrlngton h:eulgh.d. "I would rather,
worship you."
"' came over to tell you." sha said
"that we love .ltnight. Falber's rheim
matism Ji wtrle-e, andI we are going t.
a atarhlaiu. ;niil lhe w:inlu ,yit tw.
to come up tNo l ln 'tel fur au :irewel
dinner. I-vo'* go!ng to have evrrytlhlni
ihat's Indli-(-estil) fro' i lhbter I
Canielmbert. Is" a case of et. drihn.
and be merry. for t lrion.w we diet.'
They laug'aitl. ud C.',irrliig:oiu sani
"I'm glad ypl, wore Iliit gi-wi. Yo
!ook like a ro,..."
Butll l vhl :4itd nitlilun, iindl Dul<-i.
:isked a;ibru:ly. "'.\ ipii.y for youe
"Theyl bhive' fiowLn c-i t'jr wlu-ns ,
tle w ind." ,t'vid tf l hlier.
"Daisvy 1 -4ldreainiig of ua girl. Fie'
II luve. Ml's Ciroew." lunil;ed l C':
Julcie c:i;:r liher lri-ath. "'In love i
"?.s. .And I' ll.il hb w ,'t-ji lic'r.
-__ .UmaB^ik Lamn-d- mcl..'i-1 .....-I& i.'-*-

the official services of'one of her
most able and conscientious offleers.
Resolved, further, That we, the
members of the Washington County
Bar express to the Hon. Joel R.
Wells our thanks and appreciation
of the fair, able, dignified and cour-
teous manner in which he das dis-
charged the duties of the respective
offices of County Judge and Judge
of the County Court, and our re-
gret at his retiring from the Bench.
Resolved, further. That Judge
Wells has our best wishes for suc-
cess and prosperity in his future
Resolved, further, That these
resolutions be spread upon the
minutes at this term of the Court,
and that a copy of the same be fur-
nished to the Hon. Joel R. Wells.
J. M. Sapp.
H. H. Wells.
Buell Cook.
I. A. Hutchison.
J.W. Kehoe.
D. J. Jones.
W. 0. Butler.
L. D. McRae.
SA. D. Carmichael.

Progress Impeded.
.First Memblr-Mrs. D) Streak didn't
Bbre her way at the dress reform meet-
Ing this afternoon, did she? Second
Member-No: her gown fitted her so
tightly that she couldn't make a mo-
thon.-Pock. ,

t l ildt I1! When you are with him voice wax siterI. "'d',!'.il bri,: 1 ,'r II.
heezpects you to be all ears. Slobbe-- the cunversatl,,n. A.inl y.. i.-'.,:'t hli'
Te6; and you find him to be all l"I I don't darie ihopie li:t '- i %:nI; h".,
-,Philadelphia Record. A. sha:duw hitv i.d. .. I' I"

"Are you really In
"Fre rtityi." C
"You muist teil'l
tried to .pvak J
"I'prbefur." Da.
care to lastedl." .,
As "the two

wek ei,,

up tr uing. -1

- -


hiu. -
Dat4 *i kpnoe
wheu lhllffll i).
chair., hbesi4' I
see Dulklwatldn
He ditl noat sIr
other scwrire
But that niclTl t
the beach umnle. 1
sahd: "Old fellr. 'f
.Inm going to Ilve..wit
have another cBfln'ce
her." .
on-.ethn1r or the lo.
"Forgivenl tuiT'
"I suppose ." 4
"Then." u' old"" ll_
emlle and a gllt of del
hIIs eye. "we sla:l take.
lcssou-and *soi|iirng
\Vellai.'d. -hose 'to lInutw.-
"First %t wi- p eiid.t"i-
lower <4u-Lion te t's wh.
3hot. ThI't l-it Lak, 'bh
"Wlihat u runny nntnenI
"Yes." nsad .Cirriek.
n-ually aihl.dlto tre
ilso," with a sidewise j
itlullo.s a hltre y0ou1ng
-onteniplntlng matrlino.
bhoir monuy." "
"lladn'i ywe later Julnj
-isked Mtic \Ve!lacd Irre
"No; they said Ith.y'd
11S." .
0-0h! I missed tfhtao
girl presently.
"Yon dou't hold thp, i
pronounced Carritk. -It.
And he calmly took pos i
her bnuds as they rested
"Isn't billiards vert.
learn?" uaked Mlss We&-"
"Why "':" ,,

it came Carrlck'st <
had stopped ii the form
A clever drawaw" earned
Hard. Miss Carrick :., r
came as though a mugne't
Ing It." she said,
"That being my ball."-ea
teacher. "the same forces
as act ou me. A magn
drawing me for about tw<
And doesn't the red
you of some one? See &h
has stayed near your ball
been playing!" '
"Wby "ashculdn't it?'. q
Wellnnd saucily as she s1
ed. "And, anyway, resentm
nothing to do with the go
teaching me billiards, r.e
"Billiards-and someth i
Carrick. "See how the ^
at the lower end of the t
Ing to stir it up."
His ball clicked Milsq,
ball gently nod doubled t-
in time t, be stopped_
miet s'lo're cn Its re
u.Zhion nuli stopped, .
apart. ,
"See how ne.ir they.
rck- no chance for
-tundhiig, nuo opportui
tilkets to get lost en
to the other. The
length of their worln
the way they belong.'
wayovs." ",-
"What is it tailed.'.,,
land hurriedly. "t'i d
rents thbo oilter fr-U i.
"That/' id Cladit
bis cue with a ce.
dancing around. thf i

Dick Surgent a l
weddtng. "for'To'

Tlnnocen'e tfi
an unsullied jlfe

W. H. Milton, President.

311 t 0 n CEL xx d i ndxll


S-Buy, sell and deal in real estate, notes St.

bonds, etc.

@ Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insu"r

Lend and borrow money, both as principal

as agent .

DIRECTORS---John M. Dillon, John Milton, jr. W. H. Watson.Jol
A ''*-''



t Strange.Things to Which Runninr
Over a Cow May Lead.

$tCopyright. 1309. by Asnoclated Liternr'

I'q gointag to fall in love with thai
".' . . .

New fork awd ether places bad
."rived-a -week ahead of h1 n.ind ultor l
the same words, but as Paul Dilluir
didn't know It be was not dismayed.
To fall 'In love properly with flb
'bandaonmest girl at a sunumer resort
there should be a formal Introduction
and a formal introduction may be hard
to achieve under certain! circumstances
There must be d mnmttil acquaintance,
to bring it about. Miss Hadilonj-
mother Was a w-id' sv ;ind an Invalii
and kept to lierself t rst uf the time.
Paul Dillon looked the crowd ovei
twice a day for sight of faces he kuew.
P but looked lu vain. Four days passed'
and the hotel did not take tire, the
t mountain behind it did not slide down.
#nd there was no strike of waiters tV.
give him an opportunity to play the
'*hero and present his card. Then he
decided to take a spin in the auto
which had been shipped up to him.
When undecided what to do In a
Sase of love, trust to the auto. It has
a hundred possibilities. '
Mr. Dillon had driven fifteen miles
and stopped at a hotel to refresh him-
self. when be was pleased and sur-
prised to see Miss Haddon and an-
other young .woman drive up In an-
other auto. They had. followed him
from the hotel.' They alighted and dis-
appeared. By indirect information he
learned that Miss Haddon had brought
back the other young lady to her ho-
tel and was to make the return trip
In'care of the chauffeur.
In the course of an hour Miss Had-
don reappeared and after thirty or
forty goodbys to her girl friends took
a seat In the tonneau and moved off.

the other' machine was holding any-
-thing but a straight course. There
were wabbles to right and left to sig-
nify that that tract on Intemperance
that he had seen the chauffeur wading
hadn't quite cured him of his thirst
for highballs.
By and by two things happened In
the same minute. The chauffeur sud-
denly increased his speed, and a cow
suddenly started to cross the highway
In -front of a farmhouse.
The best mechanical engineer could
not'bave planned things better. There
was a whoop, a scream and a smash.
and then au auto brought up against
a rail fence and sent the splinters fy-
ing. &
Fate was with the young nmt onw
Boston. He stopped his machine and
leaped out and over the dead cow and
the uncon.clous chauffeur lying on his
back. aud his strong arms were extend
ed to the balf fainting girl in the ton-
nenu. She fell Into them just as the
harmer came from the house with a
milk pall In hls band and cried out:
"Now, by crickety, but this Is a nice
state of affairs, alu't it! What In
Jericho have you folks been doing?"
"This auto struck your cow." brief
ly explained Mr. Dillon as he Iplaccd
the girl on her ieet on the ground.
"Struck my cow! Why. It's killed
her as dead as a dooruall: Fy gurn
but you've got yourselves into an ni,.
;crape. Yes. sir: gone and killed in:
,'ow and smashed my fence. aud th.
two things together will send you t
lalf for at least thirty days!"
"IWe shall iW~- al daf'ir 'e's. o it'i-rs,'

A Shaking Up
Pay be all very well.so far as the trusts
cae concerned, but not when it comes

Sf m ver pnd malaria. Quit
-ke the-s eal cure-,
Ial.id's Herbine. Cd0tains no harm-
ful drugs-and is as certain as taxes. If
'It doesn't cure you get your money
b' ack. Sold by Gainer Mercantile.,Co.

100o tr

ne~t rf


the bil-
S** "It

smed the
upon. It
Ia been
's now.
psely it
0 'Ve've

Wa Mlss
id miss-
as have
. You're
5," said
u milks
' go

's' CUt
per jusi
V Thev
Kin tin

id Car
la one
1 the
I e,. al-

Please let this young lady go to the
house. She Isn't hurt. I hope. but the
accident has shaken her lup."
"Oh, she 'an go to the house. Look
at that cow lying there: Ouly seven
years old and giving ten quarts of
milk a day! Worth, $30 of any -Ion's
money. It'S a serious job. my fri. d.""
Miss Ilddon was oasnlited to the
house, where the farmer's wife receiv-
ed .her, and then Mr. DIII'h returned
to the chauffentMr. IHe bhad bpen ffung
out. but those blghballs had.savv4hIlim
from serious .Injury. He was~ ore
Intoxicated than hurt. and. after&ting
propped up against tht feace. p o-
Sehded to Indolge, fn a lgo.. .ntry

S"Yes. there's. ot tC be norwe temea-
Adous talking' over this tbjg. In the
first place. I'm a coistable,"nd Itas my
business to arrest somebody for speed-
ing. If that machine, hadn't been go-
lug thirty miles an hour the cow could
have dodied it. I've been throwinr-
s tonet b asd clubh at her eveW stife.b sh
was a' calf. and she's dndped 'ern all
It's speeding and killing a ow and
smashing a fence all lu one, to say
nothing of the shock to my feelings."
"We are very sorry, of course." an-
swered Mr. Dillon. "If yonu'will figure
up the damages I will pay.'
"Waal, we'll call the cow $30 and
the fence about $2. As for tVi speed-
lug. you'll hnve to be taken before
Squire Joliason. He lives six miles
away. but IIs off on a visit to his brother
In New Jersey just now, and I can't
say when he'll be home." 'W
"But we cnn't fool around."
"Cma't you? Waal, I guess you'll
have to. V"hon you're talking to me
you're talking to the law. I could
handelrff fipe three of you and tnke you
right to jail. Why. man. killing a cow
Is next door to killing a human being!
Can't you realize It?"
"But, you see, we are stopping. at
the FIlms hotel, and the young lady
Is anxious to get back to her mother.
If I pay the damages you tan take
the ball on the speeding case, can't
you ?"
The constable thought the ease-ovet
and decided to take bail. When Mr.
Dillon pulled out his purse to pay the
$32 he received a shock. Four dol-
lars was all .he bad with him. The
weeping and muttering chauffeur was
searched, but be had less than a dol-
lar. Blushing and' stammering and
perturbed, the young man called upon
Miss Haddon for a cash loam,_ Sh.ba,...

things were. "I guess your watch and
pin will be enough to secure every-
thing. You've got to come back In a
week, though. to face the equlire."
The things were handed over, the
fuddled chauffeur loaded in like a bag
of sand and the smashed autd left
"to be called for:" Then- the other
auto -beaded for the hotel. In the ex-
citement o&tthe hour neither of the
principals fid thought of names. It
was only as they were rolling smooth-
ly along at not too fast a gait that
the error was repaired. Then a silence
lasting five long minutes ensued. Then
two peals of laughter broke from two
pairs of lips In chorus. .The whole
thing was'grimly ludicrous.
"And how did you raise the $32 and
the ball?" asked the girl. U
"The constable has my watch and
"And, won't we have to go to jail?
"I think not, but we are prisoners in
a sense. If you fly the country you
will leave me in a bad fix."
Of course the mother thanked Mr.
Dillon. and of course Mr. Dillon thauk-
ed his stars and pushed his luck. Once
always and sometimes twice a day
that couple had to ride out to see
about ball; they had to wander about
the grounds evenings; they bad to sit
in grottoes and beside waterfalls.
After a month had passed Mr. Dillon
begged the mother to let him be a
bondsman to the daughter for life.
'Dear- me," said the mother. "but
what strange things running over- a
cow may lead tol Don't let Minnie do
it again"
"I've got something on my mind that
I've got to get rid of." said the author.
bursting in and seizing a pad and
' And when you have got rid of It
and h ve received a cheek for it there
ls something down in the mllinetr's
window that I want to get on my
mind." said the authol*s wife. picking
up his hat, coat and umbrella.-Ex-

H* 6 I Crushed Clg ,
"Yea." ealq 4 the man with. the
conmtenam.e, "I married a lrli "6r l
mutilated currency bUqano rthi
ury department at Washbgi. Quo
alittleromance It wa toto."
'*How.did it hapn" asked the a
with the. cruipled necktle.
"It was her deft ,lago,. er arl.*
ous skIl, that ebli attracted me. .
"Patching together raged o1l don r
"bfls? FaBff . .'., .
"Restrain yoor aMeampv,. ja,
please. She could0o mo
than that. I -Eiff .teen -
twice..mnd toqutt her a 1t -

that Inijome
twenty-"ove ent' ga in. my, .pe
left vest pocket and 1 showed it to '
her. .
"'Thatbae ohlng,' she said. 'I can-
med t lit and make It all right In a
"It was a shapeless mtus, but I told
her to go ahead. She got a little paste,
and in five minutes she fixed (t up as ,
good as new. Well; sir, that caught
me, and I proposed to her on the spotL
.She said 'Yes,' and we were" married .
the following week."
"Old chap," said the man in the
mackintosh after a long pause, "bow
had you grubhed that cigar?"
"That's bone of your business!"-
Chicago Tribune. -

Corn Products Entrained.
The president of a weNtert r:illway
system was spendlug the week Vtnd at
the country house of n'fr'lend fu New
York when onup evening soeIIIP refers-n
was made by a laynmn .touthingc 'the
commercial greatnpsR of the coiuutr ae
evidenced by ranwily ..p>ratio'u., .
"What you say is quite truff ."' p. -
served the head of 'the itd .visttI.'
"Do you" now that If' the cor'i iirt'
Ucts in this country fotir the :ftt .v,'r
were loaded into oune tr-.'n ,.ti e.r 1.e
thereof would be enterlng the talt 'It
New Jersey -just as the caboose tn%
leaving Los Angeles"
At this remark a woniani prwptit
could not suppress her asltuuml-hieiit
and Incredulity. "How yolrt til 4ti?'nl.
aggerate!" she exclliwed. "'You kn-w
very well that even It,, e<-nul; ciil, '1
not pull such a tralnr'--tew V,,r'k

Preferred th ..Me'.- Tilh.

"The story goes." bhe mid. 'that iad
talking among thIe congregationn otnU
interrupted a eft'in IFrk-ndsi' nuwl
Ing. The womel ollt his uij''tig &tla
on one side of the ratirnithe mi 'bdU
the other. The spentwr whenti (115 thrtk-
Ing beca 4e .Intolernlih,' p:ti' Att anid
looked at the-andletww r>princhfully.
"A woman, rising, snil to 4tls: I
"'1 beg thee to tnkh" fuitik- timn-rth''"
talking you object t" 'vines nIotfronu
our. but from the mrj's~sio *de .f- "
"The sppnker smiledl iron tiar. "fti.
much the better. co-.l wn'nn:* Ph
much the belier.' he said. 'l will |ob
the soonucr over.' "

Mother-in-l -Yv-A"Im I
Husband- .'hV.da 3llu Intip til pto
me come hohe einl'lI".'', ''jtVp lie-
cause I Inow it menp,'i- 'i.;iIliTin 111.14
happened to poor jnolher Ill-trnl td
A Modest Request.
Husband of tiltil \ rlter-lw- your
novel nearly doiiet
-lIfted Wriler-Yes. iy.r dosr. but my
hero must die. you know.
"Well. after he's dend. i will you iew
this button on for wer'"-Fllegeude"
Blatter. -. *

.4 The Leasop. .
Sunday School 'Tenhe'r-Whnt do .we -
learn from thdie story if the man who
was told to take up lh IWd and .whlk? .
Small SammJe--We learn that begy
had folding bedsin ancient .limeso.-
Cblicao News. :

She Was Pleasantly. Surprised-..
Niss H E. Bell, Wausau, Wts. writes,"
*'Before I commenced taking PofeyA
Kidney Pills I had set ere urlns'Tn my
back, could not sleep. and wan rreatl
troubled with headache. TA i.t t W
doses ot Foley's Kidney" Plfls gave me
ralieT and two bottles enuid me. The ,;
quick results, surprised me, and-'I cain
honestly recommend them." Sold li.
Gain-er Mecantile Co. .-

Ilon. Vice President. John Milton,' Ifl.. Secy-Treas..

4e tm3na3ext-t O Cnaci m r6.



s, Secure Court, official and other bonds, : '

Receive, hold and disburse money and act as

e. trustees and agents for others. .

Ad By special agreement will lend money for oth.

ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment.
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Ailton; [It. H. H. Lewis. J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell and W. H. Milton.
Address: W. H. MILTON, President. Merianna, Flrida,

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A R IT I M E. -The Tarpon, together with its
S. large promiscuous freightaige brought
-. ~a fine conslenment of bananas, yelel'-
-Mrs. Rockhtead is getting her eot. day. and through the cuuriesy of Capt
tage near the Baptist church ready for Barrow, th-. Buoy is provided with the
,p occupancy, tropical product for a feast of several
-Capt. W. A. Hill is improving in days' duratior.
,health, slowly. His many Iriedsi 1 ope -The ladies of the L I. A. Society
to soon see him out and around agrain. will give an entertainment and carni-
-Fashionable souvenir baroniale eka va at the home of Mrs. Belle Booth, in
velopes embellished with beautiful Panama Ci-y ou the night of Oct. 30,
-- ..Floridasnowy heron, atthe Buoy office, for the benefit of the Local There
The Tarpon arrived from the -Block 20 of she northeast quarter will be Fun, Frolic and 'Freshments for
south early Friday morning, and of Section 1, Township 4 south, Range all, and the L. I. A.ladIes hope to greet
from Mobileand Pensacola at 15-00 15 west, is for sale at a bargain-title a big delegation from St. Andrews.
oeloek a. m., yesterday pefeet. Call ou St. Andrews Real Ea- -The largu launeb, Clyde, with
tate Co. Walker Gwaltney in command and
The Mantes arrived from New -Master Hugh Gwaltney. has the loaded sw its full capacity with yvnng
Orleans via. Mobile and Pensacola agency for the C1ffcaro Ledger, Chioa- people. went to Panama C6ty to meet
at 6:0 a, m., Tuesday. go Blade and Saturday Evenine Post tne train, Monday night, expecting to
The sefr. Lucy H. sailed for Pen- and will glad to su-pply anyone with meet, gre't. and bid welcome Mr. and
sacola, Tuesday morning with a any or all of these publications, Mrs. Otway Waro, formerly Miss Mary
-l, ank Warranty Deeds, new re- Whitford, who were recently married
full load. Captain Danford will vised, improved short lorm printed on at her home in Farina, Ills., but the
put in a fifty-bowe power engine, good linen Daper. 25c per dozen: also bidal pair failed to appear, the greet-
oon,. after which he will not be .Plank receipts-100 recepts is a block. ers were doomr.ed to di appcinkment
obliged tb depend upon the wind 10 ocach. at-the Buov office and thu rice and old shoes had to be re
iw motive power. -T'be office of luspector of motor served for another time.
The- smaek Sergeant John came launches for the excursion season for nds.
iSergeant Jo came St. Andrews Bay has been dentin- stor aior' Hnd
in Friday with &,0N I bs -of mrker- ^w ,re ... &r -WU prides !no. 114f.
A.. Thes motor fishing 1boat Ross aowm..ge

S _. o , equipment recalled -. 1 l..

ay ith -The familiar features of our old- Iugr'l n' a.iked.. "Cur yu t
S20 k0., .nbrt ac .,e re t 9aO 26 time townsman, Henry Grader, sur- he Is by flie way be *alkh.r
00 Sc e sa MO 1 rounded by epsl-cola bottles and other "'Why. no." t4.p-led the New Yorker
blue -fh. The schs. Geo. Pfelffer equipment of his extensive Columbus who was witb blm
m' ea in Saturday with 4,600 lbs .Bottling Works, stands out promineut- ."E's a alliriun of some sort
I 3apDer. At the above being tak-I Ivin the Emammoth edition of the Co- .walk at t wb n. No laldin eiway
eumousLbegnrbn wulki. Ibut wo). A sallor alwayr-
muly the Bay Fheie Company lumb Ledger walks with the palis of bli hnndr
Company. --Handsome: ieoter neads with bt. turned Iblliad bli nud the ba'ks
.Jgm., .. Andrews Bay date line ano views of turned frinli. he w .y l he i walk-
SvpV fdge a rowsv or tw 1 ai10 of either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Ing. I.ook at thnt lIind.ihlltu ovepr here
p t fp lP with'b wbIre Its nnar ti pritt- VfistaPYnlt, at 8c per dozen; aloo, map Ule swliti< bhi arns with the ipmlimn
i don thwmsef r uailroadtbat doesn't of the St. Andrews Bay country on o'f the ba-zel' inrned i ,ward his Ibaly
P B thronfrt r.--tba'enAo Record-Her. backof a letter sheetat 15c per dozen, and the l.:**ks out. t,,n Cfln .lw'uly'
14. the B-ov office. ete' Ii Il:etin i mani w tho ceiL ntiiomell to thn
.. .. .' a fo e An- _sea thut ily."
Alt youmlf and hee w s -TS. ClarK0n, a former St An- '**\ h:It's ihe esplanailon?" Inquilrea
OWet ro.-Latin Proverb. drew boy and Miss Hazel Lightrer of the olper
Gulfport, Miss. were married at the "Why. iihere Isn't any thai I know
home of the bride's parents on the 17th It wuy be lei-ause tTe I sailor geRs the
nqn, t. The many friends of the groom,. habit of bilani-lng hli.mself in rough
The following table records the max wish him and .hiB chosen companion a weather by the usea or his artnm. IbUt
Imam, minimum abd mean tempera- pleasant and prosporOus voyage upon don't believe thba's hIe ren;m)n. It'.
-nl*e the ralnfall and direction of the the _matrimonial sea. Just one of tli,.e' it!hnra you can't
wind for the twenty.fonr hours ending -Mr. Allie orros, a professional "counh for.- New turk Pres.
at2 o'Olookl p. m., as indlosted by U. 6. baker, from Petsacola is now estab- The Epnning Machine of s Spider.
nstrumnta. lbshed in the new building on Bayview TIhe, "i.niilnig m;U lbilu. Is situaitef un-
Sa a i I street, north of J. T. Gwaltnev's ma- teir hie lilider pirlt f the epilder's
.. W.......J Rain. ind chine shop, where he is prepared to body. It tnkes lthe formn of a nlleht (de-
OPct4 .; 10 80 65 73 .00- so furnish the finest of bread and other prepslon. h hil-b a close Insl~ietlon
'1" 31 80 68 74 l.s2 e products of his skill to all who may far -hown to eotnislt of six slunnl ) KIIPS re-
",2- 672 .? 00 s vor him with their patronage. 'emlling tubes. Kour of the- ,nt:tln
S* 24 75 49 62 12 n -Capt. F. H. Ware brought down .in lanlel.t nunitier of nilnutep oipen
a@ Ings. up miiny as a tbousatnd can.- be
S 25 65 3 52 .00 s 'he first load of merchandise from the uagteu -in eac trou every o e
26 72 49 61 00 W Bayhead store, yesterday, preparatory t these ownlngs a n risuns fld Is.
.. 791 57 I 761 1.44 I to closing out the business there. He whblch hardens on ex'Ioure to
expects to move, down himself with his ihe ntnmoslatipre. The Wb ine 4.I4kI
T ''h Witchee Tre. family in itthe course of itnoor three, ibralads are utrited luto one line. wtiict
laty people speak of the elder weeks.' It will seem like the "good old Is somnftlines so lip tlhait 4.(Mto0.0ttI
trea *"the witcht'' tree" and times," tohave 'Capt. Fraki" with us iwlted togetbe'r would not hain u
phiuted It "oenr faru.. buildings and c vouiblned diameter gi ,fer than that
darlei to keep of with'ies. They also e a citizen, again. of an ordinary hair from the huInn
Spe tbet ther oot shciuld over come -W. A. and Mrs. Emmons of the head. It is Impossible to conceive the
ea, er 9 well. still less grow Into It. Qr Buoy, with their guests, the Messrs. Picegslve plenderness of one of thi
.tilt waite'r' Wll l' spl)rilt'. I ,lyn Hall spent a Assant evening with Mr. 1c0l threads whirh rom.onse oub.
Sopli.nlc wvi.s aisa uicf'avrni;ble. _I and Mrs. J-" Gwajpey last Friday jl ~ 4 bre" jtPtat
.> U i "I '."1 ls V y is" '4 *4 *o!nu W.l and were jlp itly entertained by wmi-as a rtlcilass on0i.Aw i Yi W
tIM* wicut of I,. wL9lrk b ,.ry noxlow, Mrs. G. artistitio toueh upon the ihuwanBl 0a1llonth of that of a U.myi'
.tolt nlr. piano In only equaled bv the melodious uhir does not ln any way conv tib
/ *We Inrni frnm Dr.iplu,- ,a a. er- voice of Miss Mattle Forester who fa- Im"aesiop of .lts wonderful fineness.
S.~etain houA In i 's l nau ure ToM mind can no more grasp the
matny elder ~lr:lhi. .e:n,:rdkl vored theiu with severall choice vocal tieaning of sueb figures than it can
Early nil Its Inh,iblnnts, which. When aelecions with piano accompaniment. understand the Immense 'distance of
at lost they were grubbd up. b e -The progressive Corumbus, Ga. which astronomers talk so glibly.
a very beitthby and 'wh le",* me pla.e.*" Ledger published on the 17th inst., a
Cattle" wearcply tioth the' elder, and mammoth edition of something overt Most women are troubled with kid-
the mtde io 1 R"ven nwna by the cent. fifty pares, which, beside' proclaiming ney comll.tJnt, and you know very
'meps often place branches on their the .wonderful comniprcial and social many serious and even fatal diseases
.,t5ahledf1.pef $o keep off flieS. Noth., advantages of Columbus ie devoted result from these neglected kidney
.lg -wdl .pow welJ n the coulpauy of tareely to the interests and4 by the troubles. If you will take DeWitt's
Stef ekder. wa when It has been ;e- authority of the Misissippi to Atlantic Kidney and Biadder Pills, as directed.
a ived and all .t tbots, careftily Waterways Association. A feature o you may be confident of good results.
S tbbhed up It Is bsme few years be- Most interest to the citizen~' of Wash- Try them and see how really good they
Sthe gun ec rf in ad adoig couties is an re. Beware of Imitations, pills that
eor M laagstne. exhanstive fiye-column paper written are intended to deceive you. Be sure
by Mr."'J. H. Drumpond of St. An. you get DeWitt's. Sold by all druggists.
i ts a Top Notch Doer. drews. The entire edition reflects A Cutting Retort.
Great deedst compel regard. The -great credit upon the business enter- Before dinner, at the bouse of a rich
world crowns its doers,. That's why rise of the Ledger. l, banker in Florence. Colonel (afterward
the Amerlan people have crowned Dr. -For several, years e t a family bf the ar o) Dundas had said some
KIng'% New Discovery the Kirg of pretty grey squirrels vc had their shali tings about the crudities of
SThroatind Lang remed Every home about the' preEiss of Licut, Americans. Notwithstanding this
atom s a h force. t kills germs, Sheppard, t he groves about the ak rudeness t fell to his lot to take Mmie.
atom In& health force. It kills germs. ShPp the oeabt h a Bonaparte (Betsy Pattefton) In to ta-
and 4olds and la gripe vanish. It heals Hlotel And the publisher of the Buoy. bleo He Impertiently asked Mme.
eough-raioked membranes and courh They have bellied and fostered by .the BonapartheI she had read Basil Ball's
liei stops. Sore, inflamed, bronchia two families untll'ley Wer. quite (ine book on America, in which he pro-
iiobe, are cured and heino-rhages cease. and.aflbrdqd real delight to their ben nouneed all Americans vulgarians.
Dr. Goo. .More, Black Jack, N. C factors. Lately, however, inme "Yes, Colonel Dundas," she an-
write. 'tit cured me of lung trouble, heartless person has been sioting and swered, "but It did not surprise me in
prooaneed hopeless by all doctors," killing them untl there can be but few the least If my compatriots were a e-
and 1.0 Trialbottlef r. uar if any left. There can beno mistake acended from the Italians or Spanish,
Sauteed by A. H. Brake and Galne about this, for the repot of the gun any, display of low breeding might ad
M ereau Co. ham been heard and the tails of the todanth me; but, being the direct de
innocent victims have bern seqp lying enough that they should be vulga-
R eMsn Equugh. around. The valiant hunter, perhaps, eia"n a
Clt l" (i-s th composer plays bh is nol aware that there Is an ordinance --
'" last p -Vety wneh madeed. But cold prohibiting the shooting of fire-arms A Banquet
retail te down tj back? Compopr- within the corporate limlts of St. An- spread before you would do you no
That to w0 w 0 dreww; but such Is the fact-and a pen- good if you couldn't eat it. What good
SBitt, provided for its violation. It has can food do a 'child whpnmff W-LUA
; W..'_. -. '".t had the effect, however" to protect enters its dostntil
S: ,' *. the interesting little animals. A colo wprmis That's the reason your baby is
^lt li*.u., ny of the-e little fellows ih-now making ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin. Give
A!lteL5 l e- ti..%S*', its home in the grove north of the Buey tt, White's Cream Vermifuge, It will
5i by ttnlt I feto yg. Ao', i the low an the chitd. Sold by Gainer Mercan-
gee pt mO,-Tvpp- ae.. .p.-i little birds that inhabit the low landstile Co,
trItflig detal s 1.* th t l gau!- along the Bay front can escape being
4Ww Talk IUt. '. laughtered. tlxles Towns.
No fewer than 1i.500 towns and viil-
.-^ lages In Germany still own. nud have
inm -- owned. dowu from the middle ages. so
K K OF Such T l H 0 muc ln nd thut thelr lubab-
.i ltants nty neither rales tor taxes.
E WE 0Fire hundred of these townships and
,: L- - -.l .-_ hvllagps derlve so great n rental from
- their lands that they are able. iu addi-
lAPITALA WTO K I $1 5,000. ,,on. to pay ,'very citizen n NLe'
Year's day. a bonus of from 525 to
'. $100 as bis share of the surplus rer

I I, UIMND, President. F. BULLOCK. ashiie

Judge L. J. REEVES.'

Ye Patronage is Respeoffully Selieited.


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Win. Gainer, Mrs. Thompson's
Hal, Mr. D. Reeves went to Westville,
passed a Saturdav on a "is.l with r,.aives
V, As-- and friends. Mr. R. is ithe father
ra'.:n:. of ihe renowned Judge Rce\ez e.f
on Lhe Pensacola.
r their rs, W Dudley of near Dothan,
returns-, W d
tAla., who has spent a couple of
a their weeks iLh wMrs. J. J. Hughes, will
r they return home, Sunday.
bWasto _________
a to do The Dream of the Key.
i have Some small article had been last-I
-ehold forget now what; let us say a key-bo
louging t6 one of two sisters who were
enter- traveling together. It could nowhere-
missed be found. But one night or.o of the
sisters dreamed that she saw tlie key
In the pocket of her t-avllin, big. She
daugh- told this dream on wakin; to thb other.
t three "And have you looked in the pocket?"
ree the sister naked. "No, I have not,"
,lS at said she. "for the very go~o reason
O 'ODn that there is no p.hket [i my travel-
-;n. Ing bag." "Well." taid t!e other.
I "here Is a pocket in mine. I will just
-A have d look there on the chance." And
Stereo the key was found. The Infer-
Is at .t ..reamer ,bad peen

B1Q spekMt.* Eveid w*ben the ke-
wa" so found she bad no recollection
of eejbg it placed there. Lbut tbe bra in
had unconsciously -recordcd the scusn.
Stona In course of sleep it bnd stum.
bled'on that record, and by good luch
thesleeper on awaking clhnced to re
P..' member tbe mental operation that had
U taken place.durilg tleep. It is n sn.-
gular and .almost allarming rellectilon
that our brains nro sFt'.r-'d with <-rt
qtth- less such records of wi'l'h we kn*.w
P and nothing nor ev-r .*!~!. tanow nuLes i.,e
St., association .tf r t- n rr some peculiar
mental stnte brings lthe to our uno
iBlake- tice.-WeEtminster Gazette.
Queer Pronunciations.
There are many names of plAces IP
Bw lre Englund that puzzle the strniuoer
weeday. Happisburgh. In Norfolk. firT lmsranc'e
balld lae pronounced Uazeboro. A% 'ergarenay
simply drops a syllablit nuj Lbeomne-
.day. k Abervenny. and it lq alHoerle that St
child of Neots sounds more like S :as that
anything else, Clrencecstcr s'erns t.
idrews, vary from Sistcr to Sizerrr. It Suf
folk Wal-ringfel.i is "Wunn'rful" and
,peted Chihmondistoi "Chlmston." v.-hle In
,. the aIdollring county of Nurf.,Ik ITun-
veel. stanton is "Hunston." and In the west
tat the country Badgeworthy Is r.and'-ry'
.H and Cornwood "Kernood." Huntlng-
C. *H*. donshire claims the purest English.
walked- but they call Papworth "Parpor." And
re' glad not far away is another village of
beauty. The motorist turned upon a
again, rough' road and asked the lutelligenui
1e sick laborer where It would take him
"That road." sni- the honest conntr.
man, wiping his brow. "will take yoi
d fom to 'Ell, ir." The courageous motor'
brotherr Ist went on and found ElSwortb. whiel
t -at- Its prcnouuccd "Elser." Man,-:hesteo
* ,~~ ;unrdian.,

ICoughs of

Especially night coughs. Na-
ture needs a little help to quiet
the Irritation, control the in-
flammation, check the progress
of the disease. Our advice is
-give the children Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
doctor if this is his advice also.
He knows best. Do as he says.
A We pualih our fbrmula
We banish alcohol
from our meodoine@
I 1 w urfo yon to
I mons your

If you think constipation is of trifling
consequence, just ask your doctor. He
will disabuse you of that notion in short
order. "Correct it, at onceI" he will
say. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills.
A mild liver pill, all vegetable.'
Kaadeby theU .0. Aror .. Lowelln.a..... .-
His 8hip\ilce.
The,splurbanlre was etntertasing a
friend rho -ttfowed the eal. Showing
him' his room after hhI- arrival. the
hou-t noticed that there was but one
pillow on the bed.
"By the way. captain." lie asked
"do yon use more than one pillow?"
"Well. I use one for my head," reo
Ipled the captain. "and one for a shili
"Sblpwife! What In the world iN
"It's evident-tlint yn're 1i landsmian
veryy salornian knows wbh,-t a ship
wite is. Itrs nu extra p!1l-iw pin under the legs or arins to oeas it, po
,Bitlou. It isn't so ni where you have a wide. coimfortabit
lied. lbut it's niini ost a lieces.ilry iIl n a
wier. y ,'nt o r, ir:mpeld up In a nar
r,w L[.m .t!i. rvlth no romiu to str,'tel
A11n long *"*'.*.d'* I kiiv.s n r IIul .1 stil-wirl
Is. V e et 4e1 i e;rd to ii-lnA: Oln l'h."
w. i'r' IIti finly Iat Ihn 'im- on lan:d iu
%I 't~ e- 't iia loP. Rette'r let ile hinv
wt*,'R*r lil'b',> f. r nI -lil'-vtfe, .J th 'n.
N\ \ e 'm "t.'- r
MeAn ti'." a B-oken Heart.
Anm *, -I: -,.11 '',i.nhg I lil'g h'K 1 : lu 't
horrr tlhn .m .hI li er Ino"'V *eV i:v-
Ilg I;I;u u 1 all,', t1ij. otew'iero, ,Ia t
her tat her re-o-utly shut himself up
with ber to rpeasou with her. "'iiat
honey boy iivenaged six'ndinig 5o cents.
a w-ek on you." be maid. "Elere'i a
dollar a week to take his plarO. Every
time he calk'd he ehouned out the re-
frigerator. Your mother will see to it
that your brothers do this in future.
He kept you up late nights, Your
baby sister is cross, and hereafter you
will let the baby do this for you. He
took possession of the most comforta-
ble rocker on the porch. When you
look at that rocker In future It will
not be empty, bringlug the paIg to
your heart that yoir .ly anvels tell
mvvvw1 -It w*m be-eeopled htbe man
who paid for It. and that'~e. Your
mother and I stayed by you through
colic and teething and are going to
get you through this if we have to take
turns sparking you., Now tako your
eyes off the moon and look at the dust
around you."-Atchimson Globe. ,

Patti Wanteb, .ur Muiu.. -
One of Adelhlii Pait ';s pecur rlstk
was that sha never Sig a 'uotti ma
she bad. her salary ettber pai or,' w
fully assured that tperi * .. no doul1
as to her getttg It. W he~. abe solla
at the Acaden y of Mud1k.-la In
York, at one time, tlw mnanae r wo
sorely put adtut ,tL .... r. ,,r y ,I p- y
her, .but svice ul.wuy o *atP UUj t. au t1
sizg'unt sbe had bher 4.1'".ty
One night at a qul .' ,'e
representative went to UiLI tlia.4acl:
"Madam is ali dressed except her
shoes. She will put thate oup whiA
she gete the m oey."
The manager, bait distracted. r, irth
about the house at:d ru': ed, .''t' t, : I.,
ing one-half the amount due the prinm
donna, which he hastily r*" t, h,r.
But another quartet of ,n houtr iVmpied,
and, though the audience s!h 'v'.l, grf-,t
Impatience, there was xno Pattl. wilInw
at tie manager rai to her riOti
"My dear madatu. why do 'you mt.
go on? I have ,entt youth h :lf 1l6- Ib "
ey, and the rest will reach yao before
the end of the "tis '
Patti imilled dolecrlly, exalblted the
tips of her feet aud said: "Tou s, I
have only one oboe on. I anunot go
on the stage without the other. It
would be quite irmpo.rjIllu."
Almost crazed; .i ma-niager ftswd
.out and dl aovTril k-"t t."- otAhr ,*
bait of to.e top'e co f ..
Mew York r .. '
Tle March of the Caravan.,
Pertia'ps their wpridi;e. a; e :at -
preseive of the m n;ti uuv,-jntd .enm-
tries that the ti i'loer tarrit.-a way
with 'hIu from travivl Ihf the e0st it
the reoollction .of the .auM) vtralva n
which he has eu,,uu;tiedl at night.,
Out of the black daiLrines it h.t ard he
distant boom of a heavy Lx41. Mour A
fully and with per t r.; u; rhy of -
Iteration It Isoundat, gradually swelilug
nearer and louder and perhaps ointo-
gling with the tones of t'ualler befit
signaling the rear guard of the' sinie
caravan. The big 1ri lf': ;1h lualfuiilda
Aun3 alaurt of fl-. l<,-ilIIirn w-*,l aktlm.
Y.r. F. GI F':tz, 0.eonta. N. y,
writos: "My little ;i.1 wasgmel.tly.bei-
efited by taking Foley'bOrino'La -ati've,
and I think it is the best. reme dy-l r
constipation &nd livtrtroiuble." Foley a
Orino Laxative is ild, pleasant and
effective and eures habituaU cons ltiU
ti ,n. Sold by Gainer Mercantile O0."
Where She Got the Moneyr.
They were at the.cirrus. The coneer.
nation ran to the athject of lhow they
had financed their /adinlumsutn fti-et
projects. One satd she hod gathered
rags and sold them. Another hind help-
ed her brother spade a Igrden. -TIe
third member of the party prettoed ,
a sickly grin and. saeme4d reluctant
.about explatilng where her hlilf dollar
came from. An explarfation se'medt
absolutely neessatry.
-.Uzle whah o' slr (tot bnilf doto
lab yo' flipped up. to *Ie ticket man?'un
Nctvah yr' luinutl Yn* nil raw i..-
pay de m.n. didn't .*" ." .
SSln 'nut we did. t.'It f'ft nl'* not
exp'nnntlon." ,'."
"Well. I got dt c o'rv Miw l rigl1rt,'.'. -
"*Slio nuf yn' did. ih,' inf y>" J.- "
**Tei. nu' ef I d iun'rgit 11 Iktiff.,'i, '
somewbah riu" itIt v a ..** *' .';.
barti saho SSataliday .a -.w :tin' I'in n 'dIr'.. 1.
woniu; dats ll :11" !-i .it N ",
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DRJ.J, KESTER, M :ieoist.

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That Lame Back Means

Kidney Disease
And to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back,;
You Must FirstRelieve the Kidneys
lTere is no question about that'
1t'aU-tDr the- lame and aching
book is caused by a diseased con-
ditom of the kidneys and bladder.
It I onlyy common sene0, any way
*'-that. you must cure a condition
l) removing the cause of the con-
itlon. And lame and aching back .' '* i
ar. not by any means the only h
ymptoms of derangement of the '
Eidneys and bladder. There are a Zj
S mttittude 'of well-known, and 'n- On- S -- ^ f,,
alsftakable fndlchtions of a more or
eas dangerous condition. Some of
*Iese are, for instance: Extreme i
and unnatural lassitude and wear-
ess, nervous Irritability, heart ir- .\l \l
regularity, "nerves on edge," sleep- "
leesness and inability to secure
rest, scalding sensation and sedi'
Sent in the urine, inflammation of [-
tq bladder and passages, eto. .
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
' Pulb are an exceptionally meritor-
w*. remedy for any and all affee.
ton& er d&eased conditions of N
-Ihme orgAns. These Pills operate '
,. 4rectly and promptly-and their E. C. DeWitt & Co, Chicago, Ill.,
.* '-ABolml reults are at once felt. want every man and
t. lsti '.l xylr, and bei- have "he least sBugmC,
all? ieai and restore the k]d- are afflted with kidney and bladJ
meys, bladder and liver, to perfect der diseases to at once write them,
and healthy condition-e-ven in and a trial box of these Pills will be
aa* me et b most advanced cases. sent free by return mail postpaid."

S Both Boy Saved. The temple 'of funame sonnds uup"':n ivi
Loui. Boon, a leading merchant of grave. The flame that huir: i uiit.n it'
Nerwia, Mich, writes: "Three bottles altars is kindled from the ashio-e: o
of Foley's Honey and Tar absolutely ",',d men.
sred myboy of A severe uough and a -- -,---
nelghbos r' boy who wasiso ill with a LEGAL NOTICES.
l, that the doctors gave him up, was
zr ed by taking Foley's Honey and NOTIC K
Tar," Nothing else is so safe and cer- Of Application for Tax Dee'l Under
tai in results. Sold by Gainer Mer- Section 8 of Chapter 488S Laws
antileCo. of Florida.
r" yrM.stea"dinB., Notice s hereby given that D. M.
I.f.r 'by. m .cros"this i.nterest- Wiljiams, purchaser of Tax Catl'ificaite
l ,e v e n bx l d .:d ercth is Inte re st- . . .
4: ni_ 6.. i "tI. cIbol... eparmnt:No. 109, dated the 3rd dayv of Jllle, A, D.
S U I te imsOmn:1907, has filed said certificate in m %office,
f ..B w .,! .1.' the Ir. wives ,and has made application for ax Jeed to,
kindly ,.er.,a'4v*y. when asked issue in'accordance with law. S.iid.cerlifi-
for iiot' It & imnl"rti'r1redlyv true that caite embraces 'the following descrihled
tl'fe aitlil. rei'qtwlterf imuld not be property situated in Washington county,
'*alf :'; itb i' l)wAild t ibe If. the Florida, to-wit: e2 of se! 0of qw of
hi.-tniif'r.. re ~4ws s4tryuYa4d "ota w- w of sec. 3, tp. 4s, r. 1-w. -The said
1*4 ...... land beinir as-e-ssd at the date of the is-
'u_ ance of such-certificate in the name 1of
.rte-rxrrv r*"n (hNs ftrrt vpr twi"e Diniel J. Gray, Unless 'aid certificate
to mank, ntml just thIo his Wife entered ( the ieed will issue' thereon on the 30thdayi

"eorge,", she msld. "1 wait' some
BiUterlh'v smiled affalily.
"T.. inty ilear.", he pleasantly re-
mnarked. "and hoW much do you
-rant?" ; '
Mrn. IBattersihy stared at hilm in
*tia ne ir.t. ...
"I aii l I wanted same money."
T"lls imlne' she spoke wthb mucb dis-
te- i" Kin s. *- ' .
S "Anid I asked yola how much you
waoutd." atte rstby merrily reminded

"f-lly.dollar.!'" sbhesVnapped.
'-.lly almost faInted. He bad
jMjmgin1eld J)v was HTrer. $5 and that
bita genail Anne would eut the amount
'tn $2 50. -
Btt lie handed over the fifty with-.
out further nado--and then, tore the
jwI-eimendling iteM Into' Infinitesimal
frngmnatL.a I Cleveland Plain Dealer.

M..e Knitting Work.
Aunt AJvira Fifer was what her
sielghboru eaUed a' "regular driver."
Pisseuaedf of untitlug energy ,and un-
falling strength herself, 'he made lit-
tie nlblwainwp tot ile of nny oae;',`p. she declared that she
> eculd "put up With a apean man easier
* than with a lazy, one." ,
Aunt Alvlra's husband, Uncre Ethan,
was i simal-" wiheecd. weak looking
iman, wl:tu.'Aunt- Alvira declared to
be "mighty wiry, If he did look so
Sinpldnfllin'." ,
One day #..summer boarder who'
thrabced to 'b" cttnyig at a farmhouse
D, ear the Fifer homestend wandered
ever jo the little' brown farmhouse and
t dowb for a chat with Aunt Alvira.
pTh visitor took-nOte of the enormous-
quantity of store wood piled up in the'
a yapd and,.o'verflowiug f'romi the'
pjat' woodshed. The wbo!e 'ard was
a trew with it. The called estimated
Mtat there were not less than twenty-
JOe cords.
S'"What an peMrmctft luantity of
rood you havel" be aid to Aunt Fifer.
"eas, theap'le considerable." she re-
Ued. '1 eal'late on aelln' most o' it
fa the falL" '- -
Who cut it?'
' b. Uthbkn did it as sort-^' knittin'
work. I think it's a good thing for a
mIan .to have some kind o' knittin'
work to do when-he's resting and that,
wood pile has beeb Ethan's knittin'
WdLg&t"-Tba Qompanlon.-, -

Ib a certain private sptfool there ts a
mall boy who Ia always i&heerfully
ale}t hUlend everybody else._ He is
'ot a dhfl- boy. but learning does not
appeal to ha a., inad hlig eepe-
ltally t20 be desired. Recently the
teacher tRol the class la ico epositi6n
Stat on the next day she would expect
Oceh, of thtta to be able to wi-it g
afMort ane dotet She explatand with
great care the, mauning of the. word
anecdote:. ant uxt day when sbhe called
tihe clb up t' Vwitft. al but. the fog-
aped went at 'once tqire~pc :, -.
"Why don't you wrvtei a anecdote.
Rob" Meket tw teacber.
Stvforgot wfBat am anecdote ti," said
M Wb, tndleturbed
"t ex zahued to you yesterday, Rob.,
d yoa ougbt to remember," mald the
W(acher, 1 bit out of patience. "AD
oamecdote a. tare-. ow write."
" Rob bent 6-er his late, and. wtht
atcbh twistlvrr of brov',and writhing
4t Up. ground out hit tahk. When the.
'lte* were 'collected' hsf- wa at the
wery top- ef the heiap: 'The teacher
iel id R p, a4d this is wh at ae read:
**'Yeterday 14 bad soup. nade from
Mt e aedcot e f an ex,,"',-L oo Mall.

B go a ebeck to his career."
S"*eiteed! *oo bad!"
"Not. aaU. ,

"t was for "OOO.

of October, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature'aund isal
[L.s .J this the 24th day of Septem-
ber. A. D. 1908
Clerk Circuit Jourt.
Washington County, Florida.

U. S. Land Office at Gainesville F.a.
September 13, 109. .
A, sufficient contest affidavit harin.
teen filed in this office by Omnia S. Eller
lee, conteitnlenl, against Homestead Enlrii
id: 34154, inndu April 16, 19014, for iiw.
Octioun 4, I o v.nhiib' . -rait ge v15;4w AV
ames I. iri fcmit.j.;e,-in which it. is al-
eged that the said James H. Britt ht
it.v, r resided uron,- inairovep or cuiti-
vated the said tracli but hbis wholly abian-
Joned 'lhe same, and tha'tohis ahsenc1
therefrom was not due to his employmeus
'in the aIrmy, navy, or marine cornsof the
United States in time of war, said parties
ire hereby notified to 6speaiir, respond and
offer evidence touching sid allegation at
10 o'clock a. 1n. en October 29, 1909, be-
fore clerk of the circuit co irt at Vernoin,
Floiidal(and th*at fihn I hearing wil, it
hald it I10 o'clock n, m. on November 12.
1909 before) the Regia-er end RJeceiver
of the United ttes LPud Office at
Gainesville, Florida.
The said contestant having inca proper
affidavit. filed epntnmber 11, 1909, set
forth facts.-which show that after due
diligence personal sel:vice of ihis notice
can not be madp, it is h reby ordered endi
directed that such notice be given due
and pioper pu(Ilication., I
State of Florida, )
Washington Countvy, Oniah S. Ellcr-
bee, being duly sworn, on his oa.h says
that be served the with in notice by d--
ivering a true co py thereof to the within
amned coneetce at the following times
and places to-wit: By registered letter
to James H. Britt. at Southuort, Fla.,
his last known postoffice address, and at
Murfee, 'In, the' poetoffice naiest to) the
land in contest. -UMAH S. ELLEICBIB.
Subscribed and sworn to. before mre
this 21st day of September, 1909. ,
--A-' W. A. EmaoNis.
SEKAL Notary 'ublli
My Cnomniisioslt expires
Nov. 9. 1911.

- ~r~AnIS AfMRK~,

msendras ga et leb i4e. riptUwar
i c ascertain our opinion free aet'-. -.
ventiton Is probably patentable. Comrmt -a
ona strictly confldentlal. Handbook on Pat *%
#eMt free. Oldest agency for securing patent,
Psantw taben %rough Muna & Co. recci
e notice without cargo. In the
Scientific Jimerican.
A handsomely Illnstrated weekly. I.rerest elf
culatlon of any sclenltlfio jurnal. Term&. 3 5
ear: fuo.r months. IL Sold ball newsdealers

rncNa &face MF52 t- W tauit .n Y r


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

Mascagni's Royal Critio.
Mascagni. 'the famous conimposer
was once asked to entertain the roy-o
-ourt In Rome. He did so and de
lighted his audience. When he flnlshei.
playing he starred a couvernatmu with
a little prin.'ess who had stood near
the pinno during the recital nnd had
shown every sign of deep interest. As
a matter of fact. Fhe hadt been In
strurted by her nwther to say. If nny
-qbsstlon should be asked. that "Mas-
canil was the greatest' musician IL
The composer arked her wbl'-b of
the groat living nixsters -ho liked best
nnd! the proud another turned toward
the 1ild to hnar the I.r.ltty litl(o
rcrc h hbich l '1-i,.1 Iie tannii, !-..,r
I.btend o.f the co-.mplinei't came the(
wli. hriprig remark; :

iv" nrc all t'pOni "
T 'r, i'".--i"ein l nve a titl; start and
:b'en s,:!d:
"Tour e- 't1c ney. preri-:it me t-, con
.-rP,', .ione v Vn Y' '! :,re the most truttk
fill critK-. n Europe."

Sklriner- Goo d iirnlnug. ma'am. Did
t-'i. ever see :inyihing so unsetOled as8
Che %rnther has >.P Int.Oly J

His Nichtcap Privilege.
.A llinllg I.1i..1 1 ,nV sIrln:ll.-e pri'li'llogo
gr: rincd by Kibx h .ll :,solt:-'-i(ins to thel.
su:..W'rs ,r' lublvy ilt It I.--t rmi:m:-rk ib!.-
-wa- thlle |i rnmi-;i ,,'i .'Ivo to tih Eiir-
of Nu::Ie l,; v t. r'.t-n .l airyV to w\v':ir hi.
llgill caIll. 1," <- in ti Lto uigl.tc. i-si. I I h,
m ti-.lzd, iu her r,'y:l. irre oe;'ce. Thb
i'-:"rl i:s a ri'tliii n f 'old-'i ln 1he hohe l
whilh. lilke tlthe law. or(. 1111 i .4.1;>e< tel'.
of pit-'i'-so 11 I as l., -,-i o;,-irl l'a d 4 t;!i:
tilnlin I Ih -i t l n, d tou r i:ivy n iir-e tI,
iPay for lityfaty h Ie li et 'ilw 1 th.
qu]ieu frn f I.r ,rmTuii--k'.. 1- .1, \\'wear hi.
l" lih ' lL, in ,, [ r]l '',ti' .l.' ,
'I'lr [p I "l-r l (con Irivilie i oue ofn the lex st ia i
i m royal u'_.1n ls. it ruu< thus: "Kiin0
ye that we' do give tI'o, ur Il vodJ iiil
trusty cilun uiand counselor. Henry
earl of Susses. Vis.count l-'iizwaltei
and lord of Egreaalnd and I'urnell
lieuii-e and pardou to wear his cap or
nightcap or any two of them. at his'
pleasure. as well in our presence as
In the presence of any other person or
persons within this realm or any other
place lu our dominions wheresoever,
during his life. and these oqr letters
shall be sufficient warrant lu his be-

Standing Up For Him.
"Miriam, Isn't that young Fergus
comlug to our house pretty often
"I suppose he is, mamma."
"Do you know anything about him?
What is he wbrth,. for Instance?"
"Well, he's worth any dozen of the
ordinary young men of my acquaint-
"Yes, but"-
"And he's worth $100 a week to the
firm he works for, even if he does
get only $25 nolw."-Chlcago Tribune.

The -"horny handed" calls what be
lives on "'pay," the skilled mechanic
"wages," the city clerk "salary." the
banker "income," a landowner "rent
roll," a t lawyer "fees," a burglar
"swag," but it all comes to the same
in the end.-London Scraps.
S Immune Prom Arrest.
In Washington, In the enplial of the
nation, there reside 200 men who, with
their households. have absolute Immu-
nity from the laws of the land, even
'.though they commit crimes of the first
degree. They may boot down the
man who injures them; they Iniay. If
they see fit, laint the equestrian statue
of General rPhil Sheridan a rivid pea
green, yet the hands of Uncle Samn
must be kept from their shoulders, and
woe unto the interrifled pollfemnn or
other servant of the law who under-
takes to bring them to Justice once
they have declared their official con-
nections. These meu who are so cloth-
ed in Immunity are the members ot
the diplomatic corps, and their shield
Is international law. It Is provided in
the laws of nations that they must
ansiver before the tribunals of their
own countries for the offenses their
commit here in Washington. but that
:they shall not be tried by any court of
the United States.-Washingthn Star.

Makes Kidone_ and Bladder Right

Our Clubbing List.
The BUO'Y has made very leral clu.lb
hini arrangements with a lew of the very
,,est publications in the country and for
tie present can aend for a whole year
'ihe BUOY and .
Detroit Fiee Press (twice-a-weekl
and Tear Book)............. I 7'.
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for A j
Sc"u'rifle American ....
Fanmeraini Frait Giower" ... 55
Flotida Agriewtllt ri 6t ... I 5.)
do clubsof 5, each ... 2 5.?
Farm Journal, Philad'a. monthly I 17
N.Y. World (thrice a wik)... .. 1 75
* The Cosmopolitan............." 1 75
hei Criteriou ................... 0
For any or eilhcr oftlh" above publica-
lions in connection wilh the BUOY ad.
itrss all orders to IHHE BUOY.
.t Andre',s Fla.

for children; safe, sure. NeNo opia(e

IF A oure guarasneedifyou use
es D. Matt. TSuppo sia up't
Gra4d School, Statesville, N. C., writes: e- inma
,nrv do all you el&im for them." Dr. 8. M. Devore,
Raven Rook, W. Va.. writes; "They give ulversalal ta
faction." Dr. H. D. McGUll, Claruklbrg, Tenn.. writes :
In a pracitio of 23 year. I have ford no remedy to
equal youorn.*." Pue 6 6Q Sample Fre. Sold

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

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The I
lady wd
I t 1.
and tbwl
cutlofi a
beauty l



t a ?I


eame tf*
But Capt
the lady
from ,ted'
bleR. B
arose aun
The eap
babble of
spoke to'
boarder, Ie
rain. The
ly. mIdnmit.
In n day I
thIP pr-'sp
rrtnlafd t
Miss Inm
L.!t n ujc" in 1.
it .Mr- .N
'r.'d h]ls,
'Itlh not)
taP!-r d In
lover .
the ccmin
plump anli
Strong ked. '
Wan end61o
and la -u

mouse. l
.The gii
turp of gol
tain detes
Zefobla cI
room and'
stepped on.;
squealed In-
whether t
Miss. Inoti
could not
in her hea
for sympathy
against the
leaving soft
brance. It
my contact '
"Whtt do-

ssages, st
tbroat: soo.
ranes, and
are healed
cold is expel
use any butp
package. ,A.





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Apply al.


for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urin
Folcy's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor.
Sold in St. Andrews by Cainer




the Cat.


4009. by Associated
ary Press.

.Lred, hazel eyed young
pnu of the play at the
h Bouse.
t bft of sentiment.
test pair of lovers.
gh fire, water, perse-
but it works out
Nbil Captain Grant,
'Amble, sniffed polite

bank clerk who
Iel eyed girl told of
romance he was
Loves of Lady
-'Grant frowned

aP-R leaked over
aes to,the fluffy
ipt cldred In dell-

captain (Granl
nad growled
beans. After
clind of hello-
thirties, rather
reath of glossy
y eyes scatter-
c of lilac here
Jged up" the new-
*,-' tinge of envy of
ithg hair. others with
S as to whether she
.Cod or from Kokomo
nt looked coverfly at
-ighed so manifestly
- that a littUe ripple of
- went around the ta-
m: vi'vldly. the captain
Ltted burrledly out
'z.eold little part In the
3table.'but next day he
oln Marshall, the new
ig the probability of
Ilndy smiled charming
Pe sbrpwrineoa of thr-
one labored confidence.
an, Who ihad sniffied a'
yonuotg hen rts cnnfing
uflkn 6 comment of nn
a gr:ielr" s: so. terr
rnit.mtin and the Ind-
m'n. MIr- ('aorr-r .nhl-'*.'
and te young cierl-
Seyed girl to hio:nelf.
to' snort hecauNe tho.'
]low,. earnest tones gc,

thus beautifully until
Zenobia. Zenobin wu'
Sandr snndy and whiti
a faded ticroesq. Shi
fth a envernous aVHW|-
utal pur. and sh'
pp-on the pre

ha -rd Pressed

bof .* cat was as a pi"
Miss Inola. but the cap-
M1 of her kind. Wheu
softly to the dining
te unseeing barbarinu
ringed tall, so that she
pair. It was a question
Lptaln did not chuckle

hoviig Zenobia dearly.
Uut hold it against him
fually Zenobia. sighing
thrust her plump sides
isers leg of the captain.
WDow hairs for remem-
Oted him like the clam-
a serpent.
. see in that cat?" he

a.n d Tar clears the air
BBirritationin in the
!the inflamed imem-
Sost obstinte cough
and inflamed lungs
ren1thenod, and the
m the system. Re
i ine In the yellow
Mercan tile Co's.


PP= ~MBuuA"Olw.
oI SI Sieedy I Saji..
Ial.Sent prepaid
Wn.~a~o be pald for
t &-aiggiat does not

V. 6. Mifchell
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It the -tou th-
.n 1, and the
iutheant Qnar-
~ithip 4 south,

le North-

the Mrs. Pet-

I lad has been
peA past; but ,si
idlle for some

if Takue

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'one called to him, but be paid no beed.
He bounded down the little lane with
Berserker vim anl fury. The person
who had called ran through a gate
and stood in the road to check him.
The captain, wild, chagrined, unsee-
lng. waved hisr arms. put on more
steam and grqwled deadly menntp. .
. '4,Ifans.ie mrmt.'ta:-,. dlmat a fT -

S..tDe captain, enecKimg, :appeu at -ie
flour in his eyes.
"Oh. you are brave and true, but
you do look like a fright!" said Miss
Inola, and she broke down and sub-
bed before the captain, taking alarm

0x50 inches, correctly platted and
h1,,owhig all thle more important
bililings-is of great value to any-.
one contemplating purchasing prop-
ert, in town. It covers about four
miles of coar,. line, extending east.
ward toni D)vyer's Poir.t to and em-
br.icing l0 St. And'lews, with cor.
r m ieliilii0g lenr ilryv inland. ['rice
)i e l)i.llar. at the BUOY Office.

Showing all tfle lar.ds disposed of by
thie CincinniatI (',tiipanyv, also locates
Hairison. r'aiker, C('omianton and
iiiA ine3n' c.iuti y. 'The pIlat of the
ols is not liSi'wn, li ut by tIe aid of
il' manp thile Mapprxi4latl location of
mnv Ict is easily dletermined. P ice
i'flv C'enls, at the Bnoy Office.
Eit her mapi wilL' be' sent by mail to
411%v a,Il'lie .,r. ieceipt of the price.


"More than I see In you," Miss Inola
flared back.
That settled it. The captain retired
to his den and tried vainly to Interest
himself in three volumes of the his-
tory of the Sudan, and Miss inola,
petting and pampering the giantess
Zenobia, almost wished that she might
die. For a month Mrs. Carter and
Mrs. Appleby had only the young bank
clerk and the hazel eyed girl for wink-
ing and smiling exchange.
The last night in the month the cap-
tain lounged disconsolately In his
smoking gown, dividing his time be-
tween a dissertation on Moroccan
bandits and the perversities of women
in lilac.
"The Moorish bandit is gruff, grim
and inured to hardship," read the cap-
tain and nodded, know-ing they were
miles and miles away.
"She is the only woman I could ever
care a straw for," murmured the cap-
tain, alert and sighing, for Madam of
the Lilacs was only across the narrow
A full fed, lazy cat purred In the
corridor, descended the steps and
yowled for companionship In the yard
below. The captain shut his mouth
tight and went back to learn of the
banditti. The; Dutch windmill of a
clock chimed 9. The cry was repeated

*tem captisf bounded, to the door, ar-
rayed like a rajah fpr glory. Miss
Inola almost telescoped him.
"Where is it?" she demanded.
The window disclosed a fierce blame
quite near. "The Golden Rule ware.
house." answered the captain, and they
both descended hurriedly.
A crowd had gathered, shouting, ges-
ticulating, yet not venturing near the
burning warehouse.
"Why don't they put it out?" asked
Captain Grant.
"Powder stored there-barrels and
barrels of it," volunteered some one..
Mrs. Appleby approached Miss Inola.
"Your cat Zenobia just went in there.?
Miss Inola moaned: "Poor little Ze-
nobla! She'll be blown into the moon!"
Captain Grant started to speak and
checked himself. Then, coloring vio-
lently, he announced: "Don't go on in
that way, Miss inola. I'm going to
rescue Zenobia."
Miss Inola stared, colored on her own
account and extended her hand. "Wil-
liam," she called him for the first time,
"you are good and brave and true."
The captain proudly raised his head.
girded his flowery, high colored gown
about him and waded into'the zone of
glimmering light.
"lley. there! Danger! Powder!
Come buck. man!" bawled the specta-
tors. But Captain, Grant.ltrodee grimly
on. The last words of the lilac lady
rang in his ears-"You are good and
brave and true."
He beard the cat yowl frriantlally.
and he charged like an Assyrian host.
"William. William, William!" her volc,'/
kept calling to him. The door was fas
tened with a rusted padlock. but the
captain easily broke through the rot-
ten thing. "Brave and true, brave and
true," he kept repeating.
The structure was doomed. but here
..nla. wJ.t4lin the door it wos rtliwr
dark and thick wilr smok IT[e could
make out the barrels and tried to avoid
them. "Kitty, kitty, kitty!" .he ci .111,-
Hee stUmbled over something, caught
at a barrel and plunged into 1:s yawii-
Ing top. His arms rammed Into a soft.
fleecy. choking mess, Scrambling unp.
he overturned two others and rolled
on the floor.
Finally he regained his feet. covered
from head to foot with the pulverized,
clinging substance. A cut t howled
somewhere, and he turned toward the
door. Zenobia sat upon her haunches
twenty feet in front of the .warehouse
spitting and howling like a feline de-
mon. The captain stepped out into
the light. He was covered, plastered.
buried, frescoed, coated with flour.
The crowd stirred in the distance.
Tompkins, proprietor of the Golden
Rule, had arrived. "There's no pow-
der,"' he exclaimedL "Those barrels
contain flour. Come on!" The mob
came like a hurricane.
"Look at Captain Grant," they shout-
ed gleefully-"flour all over his dress-
ing gown and on his face and hair!
Looks like a ghost!"
"Well, I'll be eternally jiggered.'
fumed the captain. He kicked at the
screaming Zenobhia and, missing, near-
ly fell upon his back. Particles of
dust adhered to the flour, giving him
a glorious checkerboard appearance.
He turned and ran from the adding
crowd, a white, gorgeous specter of
the night.
As he scaled the picket fence some

bucking Lrou l o--yes., and rope a 'ex-
nn steer: sling a bowie knife or hatch-
et. throw the boomerang or appear. In
hairbreadth escapes he gloried, did
this worthy son of Mars, and he'd l.ck
hi.s weight in wildcats-kick them
higher than the stars. But his shoes
were in his pocket, and his. face was
ghastly white; he was silent as an
oyster when he, came in late at night.-


St Andrews





i.i.,. c'Olnlil unJU alLway.
"I'.l(re. there, don't cryl" he admot-
ished. "That spitfire Zenobta's all
right and will live to be ten thou-
Thou he took her In his arms until
-he bhrarnie white with the' dazzle of
the flour.
TheeMiidle Horie.

Iie horse became tired und- exhausted
ton:; before either of Its mates. As
-the anilma! was the. equal to- every
way of the -tbhr two, he was puzzled
ias to the cause. of its not being able
,o stand ?the same amount of work.
IHe finally observed, however, that as
Jhy drew the plow along the three
horses befd their noses close togeth-
er, with the result that the middle
horse was compelled to breathe the ex-
pired air from Its fellows. The farmer
then procured a long "jockey" stick,
which he fastened with straps to the
bits of tie outside horses. The device
worked perfectly, for, given Its right.
ful share of good, fresh air, the mid-
dle horse was able to do the same
amount of work and with no greater
fatigue than its fellows.
Many persons are like the middle
horse-they do nrt iet their rightful
share of pure air. And this. Is why
they are not able to perform as much
work nor of as good a quality as they
would otherwise be able to do.-Chi-
cago Tribune.

A Ticklish Moment.
If to act cleverly on the spot is the
measure of tact. then the man who
figures In the subjoined New York
Tribune story deserves both respect
ind admiration: .A woman, driving,
through New England last summer
noticed suddenly that her horse limped
a bit, so when she reached the next
village she stopped at the door of the
blacksmith shop. A man was holding
up the doorpost. and to him she said.-
"Will you please-tell the blacksmith
to come out? I want to see hiin.'
After the manner of the village
idler, the man did not stir, but smiled
sweetly at the. woman and, lifting up,
his voice, called:
"Bill, come out! There's a lady
wants to see you."
From the depths of the blacksmith
shop k deeper vo,4te roared:
"II she young, John, or old?" -
In the words of the old poem,; "she
looked at John and John looked at
her." Then, still without moving, he
"You'll be satisfied, Bill, when you
get out."

Survival of the Fittest.
Only one oyster embryo out of every
5,000,000 produced grows, up through
all-the successive stages of youth to
the adult state. Even In animals
which produce a small number of
young there is great destruction, and,
taklhg all the Individuals into consid-
eration, only a single pair of young
arrive at maturity to replace their par-
ents. There is no exception to the rule,
that every organic being naturally
multiplies at so high a rate that if
not destroyed the progeny of a single
pair wuhld soon cover the earth. The
elephant Is reckoned the slowest breed-
er of known animals. It commences
to breed at thirty years of age, dies
at 100 and has six young in the inter-
val. After. 750 years, supposing all
the offspring of a single pair fulfiled
the rule and were not destroyed in an
untimely wity, there would be nearly
19.000,000 elephants alive descended
from the first palr.-Sflr Ray Lankester
In London Telegral.h.
When the Terror Qualled.
He wonld terrorize the neighbors In
a most outrageous way, broke the
wide world's standing records in ath-
leties every day. while in pugilistic cir-
cles he could wipe men In the dust and
show master tricks at fencing-laugh
at every cut and thrust. He slew ti-
gcr lun tie jungle and scalped red-
slhAs (,u the piln. He chased lions
'acrosa tar quqtBJpq'd ay .

-lim uuegnuuuo, wauv mw *U i au.' i' 5
help him, took up a collettloe tlQ U i ''
bought for the suffering family a ha
rel of flour, a,*barrel of pork sAnd '
load. of wood. They were not eonsid-
erate enough to cut the wood, but the
business man knew how .to. manager
He hired some of the neighbors W~1
had not contributed to his donattQn .t.. -.
cut the wood and paid them with h
the pork and half the flour.



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A New City a Thouand iYears- Old.
Budapelt, whose front Is cIreled Wft
ligrts like a crown, wbose bill .b
dark and feathery above the river, ,
Whose parliament buildings run along
the bank and are second to none but
Westminster-Budapest, bright. flash-
iag, gay, blattfl), modern and irkb
ardent and executive, close built and
amalgamatlve, blender of peoples-
t(ie product of only a few decades, aind
yet at its ist exposltton It celebrated
its thousandth birthday. Peat. to the
right of the ritter-for the cities at
twin and divided by the Danube-~Peet
dates back to 1200, and Buds was the
Ofen of the Romans. Buda climbed up
the opposite bill, today magnlfleeftly
New. but sown round with green
crumbling walls that mark -the passing
of the original founders-whose painted
galleys came up the Danube from t w
"Black sea. The twentieth canturv eivi-
lization, sharply new and powerfv.f
must for a moment be bruided asffde
and the Buda of mediaeval times putt r -
its stead.-Marle Van Vorst in Barr-
per's Magazine.

Gathering Cloves,
,Cloves are now cultivated ,I maz U'
of the tropical regions of the earth. A .
clove tree begins to bear at the age of
ten years, and continues until It. reach-
es the age of seventy-five years. There :'
are two crops a year. one In Jutma .d
one in Detember. The tree le mn evtr-
green and grows from forty to Ifty
feet high. with large o t ao, geves
and crimson flowers at the ,end, f4
small, branches in clusters of from tea
to twenty. The tree belongs to..the
same botanical order as the guava. '
The cloves, which gre the undeveloped
buds. are at first white. then lIgbt
green and at the tlme of gathering'
bright red. Pieces of white cloth a "
spread under the trees at- barveatipg '*
time, and the branches are beaten gen-
tly witt bamboo sticks until the clove .
drop. They are dried In the qun. b tig
tossed about daily until they attafa
the rich dark color which proclais.
them ready for shipment.

Cards end Their History.
Cards 'ae square shaped pieces .of
pasteboard printed with various dw"
vicesand employed ai a business me -
dium by money.changers. They are .
usually made up In pncks of flTtytw r.,
one for each week of the year. A goo .
many people play ca"ds for pleasure. -
in which case their opponents are said
to be buying experience. In most card ,
,games the rule Is that the cards maqy
be cut, but not otherwise marked. This
'rule is not strictly observed In game
in which only three cardlp are used. ,
Indeed, the marking of;. cards has at-
tained a high degree of perfection
since the Introduction of numerous
card index systerns. Pashions change
In card games as in everything else.
Old maid, for instance. is nowndays
seldom played Inthe best clubs. Play-
ing cards shoftIld no lie eonfflted withl
score cards, which are rather larger,
or wlih v;-'iting cards, which are smaWl.
er.-Fry's Magazine.

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