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: April 21, 1910
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: VID00119
Source Institution: University of Florida
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.$1.00 a Year in Advanoe.

Entered Sept. 3, 1902, at St. Andrews,
Fla.,4s second class matter, undar
Act of Conrgs of Earch J, 1879.


Display. adv. rates, 50c. per inch
Super month. Position and extra-
ordinary condition 'rates- subject
,to special agreement.


Notice is hereby given that a pri-
mary election will be held in all the
election precincts in Washington
County, Florida, at the regular vot-
ing or polling places therein, on the
10th day of May. 1910, for the pur-
pose of nominating candidatee.for
the following offices: One tax col-
loctor, one tax assessor, one county
treasurer, one representative in..th,
Florida Legisture, onip cotdnit
commsi&ier in. each 6ommisrio6--
w isicti, r .*member of the-
sofhrol board in each. school baQ4^

A Story of a-A
lace -In VI



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v iiwr*v CUa~je At iv ilr.'r wtulis (oftI, j
61idn and the 'Sound 'Of(IAt tsiit MInging.
WO' sit ono thp verntrrd-I smoking nntil
[tV wis lute. Theo Jim renientlbered a
stfiv.'n be halil I'mu.-hr ati a s.ouvenir
~i id vi-tit up ti, lhis rilmon to get It.
A few litinimires biter a dbtaurbitnee
r"14f~ron wt v biin. A wowanzg screur-'lt
ed. 'nnd a' toin's vutcee ultaid ont Iii

11:1rgrzlve- : nh I mi-lhi'd In 'withibht b
':) her g t1Pit i- hni h aid btirc: IIdIe lq:
and rtit bte fs-ot.*a i lthe Ni all'sU .1 a
sight imet onr -'3'rx. I.3yamig .lroslr~tro
oi) (he door wasi The' be~a' ti~il Seno'ra
-Gur~jas. with 'eyes closed and bixlr
dlslieveeiod whillo ir''lmnd '-her. neck wits
a TV, ajL-alj~wiqbleeding. rtvbltough
q iace hud L mia attcLx*'d td

fq e. ~ j .A J e ltIr" W
'k1 V
IF Skua.

The Elmsbury


It Appeared In Person to Mr.
Ebenezer Pollock

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Copyright, 1909. by Amvericon Press

: ftmg a.oId to Mr. Ebee" g
" .Ju'i- "a d

for breath a.0 -the Piara*~ov
ly. From a astan .1' Cm2'o-p e 011Wfl
jungle of an bi14 kiao towNR ~tm
Id fingers and a Mer-iwd "O',t6 t0"I
ody lb a womai'sato~e; tbmitbftza
continued Its wqootpnouo~ #
heard the u* ust wI

posqibe, apd so tha~extA
puh redeemaA
wat deryputrebel ALt~
~s d~4r~ ,by
err af

SP-*. -^s ter'
... .
4irf 1 le Bodte:
...... ... ... .......-.... justicec
ea G. Mi Hariies; Constab P, .
A'. P PT. Paker.
ta' a rr, M,, N. Carlisle,
tas er, Andrew Allan..
sma. r, R, ett
IStOTy; rs. R.
'tess. KIniie Newman.
S0' 05 s r t J.',owler.
W(3_o -Pbstmigtress, Mrs. Dyer.
-Postmaster James M. Murfee.
Caihoim County, Comanton-Postmaster. Nora
mIt ~e-Postmaster W. P. Woodford.

,',t, ; tELlGlQUS.
.. ltst--Church Wyoming ave, and Pearl st,
.,i eV, Herman S.Howard, postor;prea ching ev-
; "ry second Sunday, morning and evening. Sue-
"j,' lav School everv Sunday at 9 a, mo. *.rayer
service every Thursday evening at 8 occok,
-"' bolist. Ejcop, al-Chnrch Washington Ave
'a# M.rChestnut S. Sunday School 9o30 a.' m.,
., ev ry. unday. Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
C es.ys",qauiChur-ch ccrnuer Loraine Ave. and
PriDrake Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. every
", nday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
Ca 'j .urch corner Wyoming Ave. and
4,ote .st .


--- ---u--
Parker Leo4ge No. 142
-. Regular Cdmmu-
i nicationsoon the first
anid third Saturdays
~ 0 ^^in each month.
Vistaing Bro.ther%
L. E PALMER; Secretary

a ,.

Ptbio fo SatfS at Larg; has jurisdiction
Iminter batAs; take affidavits, legalize

WPAIYJ ais cekIed wllt a
blue pbiLjItfea rerfipder that your
subsorfptibn ja-f4l'ed afid that two
oj .^^eitfra numbers will be tent
vontu-that no breair m-cy occur should
you choose to renew.

The Registration books will be
closed tomorrow, afternoon. If you
are not already registered and ex-
pect' to vote you had best attend
to it at once. There is no time to


Albany Herald: Albany is soon
to have direct connection, both by
rail and by water, with the best
natural harbor on the Gulf of Mex-
ico-St. Andrews Bay. This will be
accomplished by the building of the
Georgia Southwestern & Gulf in one
instance and by the digging of the
Apalachicola to St. Audrews Bay
-- ^----
The overwhelminesoci alistvicto-
ry in Milwaukee is causing the Wis-
consin politicians of the old par-
ties to tremble in their shoes.
They fear that the masses are get-
ting in. form to punish graft and
curtail sumptuary legislation.

The taking of .the census began
on the 15th inst., and must be
fompleashd in, w w.eka.sram.that,

S' "" =rtis. "ice at tie Buoy oice, time in cities and in thirty days in
ndrew -. ... all other areas.
S'i" o'iicie. Graduate of te' rsity The enumerators will wear a
'" on any. Chronic Diseaes ad dis- badge incribied "United States
of:- W e a woemnd .dhkldrep my Speca v n u o
S. BULLOCK. s, 190.
'.NotApultoi~forStateatLarge. Solicits official rhe law requires every adult
S"Bn.b k ShoFi t Andrews. person to furnish the prescribed in-
A. HBRAKE information, but'also provides.that
i;;;',.' '- A. Hi BRAKE,
NiO4' tybHic for Stae at Large. Office atStore. it shall be treated confidentially, so
m .. itt'yof Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
rt, p Alt Nodrl work solicited and given prompt that no injury can come to any
.ttitib. person answering the questions.
JOHN STU RROCK. The President has issued a proc-
,W li ce t the Peace, Dist. No. 5'. Office at resi-
in Weat fld. St. Andrews; but cares lamation, calling upon all citizens
!'.--. hi seal witt Ifim at his business and is prepared .
S to apply his iurt to instruments wherever to COtoperate with the Census and
"-? fo'' d. Attends to official business in his juris- t
fUin, Collections a specialty, assuring them that it has nothing
HPARKER to do with taxation, army or jury
.kf ota3'wublio for the,StPatb of Florida at Large.
-,PA '&r, yI. cdhveyancing and pay- service, compulsory school attend-
S t otaeor non-residents, specialties. dance, regulation of immigration, or
7-. '- enforcement of any law and that
l'r l no one can be injured by answering
rWe' Ufte-^or sale a. strip.from the the inquiries.
.. ~, Sti.-'Wl. o; thle north half of the A Toothsome Revenge.
-ftli-*t4tarter at section 10, town- During the reign of Charles II., the
h-o4 .odth,-raflge 14 west; running age of gallautry, it was the custom
S-fr esolidobTh6tit.Watsoh bayou, among gentlemen when they drank a
djofg.i4liv~lvlexen the south, Will be lady's health in order that they might
do her still more honor to destroy at
Jttacre. pater, or half-acre lot the same time some part of their cloth-
.h prime. aski4 will bq according to Ing.
't.o. W. AW iMMONI P "' Upon one occasion Sir Charles Bed-
-....- - ley was dining In a tavern and had a
S' particularly tine necktie on. where-
i,. .. 44.A-Koke ,,upon one of bis friends to play bli a
-i ...t iwooawn't.seeaood in any per- trick drank to the health of a certain
jj:F;tik.- Itw'sa habit caused by a lady, at the same time throwing his
red er. If you find that, necktUv in the dre. Of course Sir
ni to s thingsthrough Charles had to do likewise, but he got
sail tt I th rou even. for not long after that. dining
a s -spetnigcles, treat your liver t Ball with the smpe company, he drank the
cati A sourc for w onh ti- health of a fair one. at the unmue time
SA .gro cn for Lonti" orderi9g 'a dentlet-,:whon 'he had en-
yspepsia, indigestion, sick gaged& to by present to pull out a re- e
,Aeadachc, biliousness, all liver, stom- fractorytouoth which had been trou-
,. i aud.bowel troubles. Sold by Gainer blina him. 1Every one else. was obliged
4 r intlle Co, ln'ths manner to mourn a molar.

.Th N'Mittry Salute.
.lutea' from taking off the bat
pqntijg arms, originally Implied
t or submission. Of military, sa-
tie --ralsing the right band to the
*..Is generally believed to have orig-
mted' from the days of the tourna-
eat. when the knights filed peat the
irkhe' 0f thr queen of beauty and "by
ay of compliment raised their-hands
t *;r trowto imply that her beauty
is 4'-zuling for unshaded eyes to
l iae upo ...
The' o er's salute with tUisWord
Is a double.meaning. The flr*t posl-
i, with tbe hlt opposte. the.lhps, i
n of the crusa .ers action in
il*b croIs bil$ ef bis sword In
S Ifthb anddjeahity, while lower-
i t afterward Implies either
"b~owR or friendship, meaning, In
*00 e, that.It is no longer necee-
kito 46-Bd on guard. Raising the
agd to the forehead has also been ex-
ained as a sign that the weaponed
d empty and in an Inoffensive
btit this reason does not seem
4fiMnttinfg as the .others.

Length of Dreams.
Three physicians were discussing the
matter of the length of dreams.
"Oue afternoon." said one of them,
"I called to see a patient, and. much
to.my satisfaction. I found him sleep-
ing soundly. I sat by his bed, felt of
his pulso without disturbing him and
waited for him to. awaken. After a
few minutes a Junk dealer's cart with
discordant ringing bells turned into the
street, and as their first tones reached
us my pntleot. opened his eyes.
"'Doctor,' lie said. 'rm glad to see
you and awfully g&ld that you woke
me, for I have been tortured by a most
distressing dream that must have last-
ed for several hours. I dreamed that
I was sick. as I am. and that my boy
came into the room with a string of
most horribly sounding slelghbells and
rung them In my earp, while I hadn't
power to move or speak to him. I suf-
fered tortures for what appeared to be
an interminable time. I'm so glad you
woke me.'
"The ringing of those bells for one
second had caused all of that dream
.,n t'-., at tth waking moment."

Ven, arra -W.- MW VrF*UBVIB0 ~e
county committeeman from each
voting precinct in the county, one
committeeman of the Congression-
al Democratic'committee, one coin-
mitteeman of the State Democratic
committee. Said Primary election
shall be held between the hours of
8 o'clock a. m. and sunset. Notice
is also given that, in the event can-
didates for the offices above enum-
erated are not chosen in said Pri-


to be trrue to hib ewer. 1e
was an expert- I ,!u'A td at tUhe
time was on bhisaj' aiazil to buy
diamonds for a wW flrur.
Tom Hargrav U "d I'had pbuinud
to peud the n't-r spe 'onths h i hie
tropics, so wi.ta t'hep "mer iaeched
Panama we sa. gooddl to. our Triend
O'Rorke and- wett a h-. but the tor-
rid heat of the dny a' he cold 'ulghts
made the climate dI reenble,. so we
soon went on soulhi and the fol-
lowing Wmotth we reu ed C~hle.
Late one afternoon e arrived at
Valparaiso. the caplt~ the country
and a city of well streets and
many parks, but with ,l'b poor hotels
that we decided to g o 't to Vlnn del
Mar, a noted suburb ~ad seaside re-
sort. Here we fouudj good, i commo-
datloris at the Hotel asaje, wbhom In-
viting porches gave beautiful out-
look over the bay.
Hargruves and I p t ou cool white
sults, such as are worn In South Amer-
Ican countries, and went down to the
late evening meal, the fashionable one
of the day at Chilean Jotels.
As a waiter bowed su to a table we
unexpectedly came on, our old friend
O'Rorke, who was di with another
American. When beaught ight of
as his good nature Ilabh face broad-
ened into a smile. .
S"Hello, fellows', .beg rled. shaking
bands cordially. "i'm rtainly glad
to find you here." .
"1 thought you were.Q. the vilds of
Brazil," I said, laugu.n .
"I woo.-for a whffe,' wpeianswered,
"but I'm going .bom camie-
over to' Valpariso friend
here, the consel .- .trigs ,
y, ~ fl~iat

mary election held on the 10th da.
of May, 1010, by a majority votE
that a second Primary shall be hel
in all the voting precincts of th
county of Washington, state o
Florida to choose between the high
est candidates where nomination
shall not have 'been made. Sue]
second Primary election, if neces
sary, shall be held on the 7th dai
of June. 1910, between the hours o0
8 o'clock a. m. and sunset.
The following persons are hereb3
appointed and chosen-inspectors t(
hold such primary elections and an
directed to make report and return
of such elections to County Demo.
cratic Executive committee in Ver.
non. Florida, on the 13th daye o
May, "1910, and the 10th day ol
June. 1910, respectively.
Precinct No. l.-I A Huichison, I
M Skipper, J B Elliot, inspectors ,and
Boyd Cox, clerk.
Proiact No. 2.-c LZN, A
Stiwart,, Woerlay. -c"
ar.d J 0 Gainer, clerk.
Precinct No. 3.-T M Ellis, T J Mil
ler, ar., D J Burke, inspectors and Gum
McMellon, Clerk.
Precinct No. 4--Baker Ellis. H L
Porter, W W Gainer, inspectors and R
L Gainer, clerk.
Precinct No. 5.-i-C D Knewloe, G T
Gainer, J R Thompson, inspectors, J
W Purcell, clerk.
Precinct No. 6.-George Underwood,
Henry -Wise, Win Wilion, inspectors,
S A Wesley, clerk.
Precinct No 7.-J C Sinclair, A L
Welils, L D McRae, inspectors, W W
Cook, clerk.
Precinct No. 8.-Alnnzo Stanley, Joe
Howard, Jasper Carlisle, inspectors
Clarence Miller, clerk.
Precinct No. 9. -Jehu McCall, Robert
N:xon, D J Parker inspectors, David
Singleton, clerk.
Precinct No. 10.-McE Rogerson, P
F Parker, N W Pitts, inspectors, W H
Parker, clerk.
Precinct No. 11.-D M Martin, L W
Johnson, G. W Johnson, inspectors E
D Yates, clerk.
Precinct No. 12.-Howell Howen, H
H V Tharp, B F Carter, inspectors, T
E Gainer, clerk.
Precinct No. 13.-P N. Hutchison,
W B Merritt, John Taunton, inspectors
G W Huev clerk.
Precinct No. 14.-J R Mason, J B
Grant, T B D Gainer, inspectors, T F
Tiller, clerk
Precinct No. 15.-S J Mitchell, T L
Jones, .] M Cox, inspectors, W T Horne,
Precinct No. 16.-A J Scurlock, S B
F'llis, E M Newman, inspectors. WV M
Lonely. ol-rk. ,
Precinct No. 17.--Charles Russ, Da-
Ild Martin, J H Daffin, inspectors, W B
Gray, clerk.-
Precinct N>. 18.-L C Davis, Ste-
phen Dyer, John Beadnell, inspectors,
J J Kronmiller, clerk.
Precinct No. 19. -John "Anderson, J
I Hinson, A D. May, inspectors, E M
essorns; clerk.
Precinct No. 20.-W E Jeffries, E W
]ones, P L Horn, inspectors, J W Bow-
n, clerk,
Precinct No., .21.-J A McCormac, J
Ml Brown, Emmanuel Strickland, in-
pectors, J W McKinale, clerk
Precinct No. 22.-M M.Fraiser, Bry-
mit Scott, Angus McQuagg'e, sr., in-
pectoras, J E Nixon, clerk.
Precinct No. 23.-A L Harrell J A
lathias, D H Horn, jr, inspectors, S M
iobertson. clerk;
Precinct No, 24.-J FJrcnigan, Innes
Niles, Jeff Anderson, inspectors, W H
Killer, clerk.
Precinct No. 25.-Ai Hogeboom, G
[ McKenzie, M L Harmon, inspectors,
J Ward, clerk.
Precinct No. 26.-Thomas Collins, M
1 Hall, Levi Collins, inspectors, B F
dwindle, clerk.
Made and approved la open ses-ion of
he County Demaocratic Executive Corn
nitree of Washington County, Florida,
his 6th day of April, A.D., 1910. -
Chairman County Demooratic
Executive Committee of Wash-
Lttest: ington County, Tlorida.
T. B. D. GAINE.. Secretary.

Mrs. Malaproip,.
"You mustn't think you ought to run
round barefooted, Johnny," said Mrs.
.apsling chldingly, "Just because Bob-
y Stapleford does. He's no centurion
o go by."-Cassell's Journal.

- "" I U;!" I" "W ".-,MIW
tfor help. aud' beftre we could rPev'h
them o.as ist O'I(trko a'l'blt dtozPe
)I the bcntl servanrs appeltred. ndau
limu was overpowered. The prefect
ill.enutigp d h.ini-lf with diJtiulty from
-.Iiui's emlbr, uhfm idti., d parting.
"Lock this tfelhi. up l uutil police
coit.e ru i jh!w -'II'%.:" no' ordered l;ut
Harrl'aves !inmd Ii *iri .sd.
"W" 11ni's h i,. iri.iidt-. Jiiu?" I called
to O'ltorke.
The pr-fect tried to keel) hin front
replying, but Jim rfed: ".Ue stule the
senora's neckline. It's in his pocket.'
At this bthe prefert turned ou bhim
with a string of oaths. "Villai:!" hie
hissed. "You look the necklace. and
If it bnd u r ruighli uve furtl wours4e. ''haink heuv-
eti. I arrived In time to suve htr from
.jur tlletto:"
The retailer. wrenched the knife
fjtmj O'ltorke's hand. and the crowd
surged up hissing. ,for nothing excites
the Latin mind like the sight of naked
weapons. The affuirwas becoming des-
perate for O'Rorke. but luckily at this
a'omeut Mr. Cuthbert pushed through
the crowd, which fell back sullenly as
they recognized the consul.
"Hold on there!" he called as the
waiters tried to drag Jim away.
"There must be some mistake, prefect.
I know Mr. O'Rorke quite well, and
no doubt we can settle this affair in a
The prefect Interrupted angrily, but
the consul turned his back on him and.
asked Jim to explain what had hap-.
"I. had gone up to my room foqr this
stiletto, a curio which I wished to
show my friefts on the porch," Jim
explained, "and on my return from the
head of the stairs I saw the senora in
the' hands of a man who held her' by
.tlA h-m-- t .. .. . .I

prefect, whb by that time bhad wrench-
ed loose her necklace and slipped It
into his pocket. Then. realizing thit bje
,was caught, be rushed at me as though
I was the culprit."
The prefect stamped his fool and
shb'uged "Liar'" But the cousul held
the floor, aid .Jim II proof of hl. hon-
Sesty turned hli po'ketrs liside :ut. A.-
I h. empiled 'hb- righl h:;mii pli'ket n
.lijm mi erhiig c ld th il f.-ll fr,,mn it. aid
the sight ref vthiib h e sin ;gtrnd -
thio glh he L.d i'', -t tti'k. It w:a,
Ih (iilulllinlld l;04 L 1141
An exclu nli :ai ll lbri ke frni i t .11,
lookers. and he prif'-et. v:tt'.hlini smigh:;
of thre jewel. sprang dwia thi'h silr.
\Vith an nmil'iINus slimi (f irisminM:)h h
held It up befr' Ithe vi-w of all.
But "hlie vh, i inu h l;isit iinm ht..
best '" The pri''fe(:t had t %'rr''. ie.'l
liluself. fi.r enatiaim;l-d in tlId in-she-
of the chliln w as hi, paili<-' v hi.il.,
e'ngraivred wili hlis oi n uiiiiIn '"l'e4.,
M e eude os." 1'uluii i n i lii'N iil lha
clung to the nerl'aiie d('i g l, the sVnt
fie when., in ;rdter t I hr.,'w ih.' l ,Ilia,
on O'lHorke. he haud iranmiferrd .lit t,
the litler's pocket.
Hargraves and I could not re.trnlni
a cheer, and some of hie crowd In ilint
hallway joined witi us. though olther.s
sided with theircourutry.man. The face
of Ihe prefect blamnhed. but he fell
back on the dignity of his (ltti.e.
"This proves nothing." he said
"It proves the necklaee was in youi
pocket!" Hur'graves called out. and
what might hnve lteen au general riot
was at this moment preveied by Se-
norn Garcins regailning con.4clius.iess.
For nn Instant she swept the crowd
with a bewildered glaucie; bhen as he'r
eyes fell oni the prefect- she realized
the situation and, wilh a cry of auger.
snatched her necklace from hJs bands.
"Oh, you Jngrate!". she exclaimed.
"Youe pretended to loveP nime. but It was
only for my Jewels. i owe my life li,
doubt to this yuling n mull." And .lshi'
turned to O'itorke. "He arrived just
In time to save ue." Then as hebe
hatids caught the police whlitle hhoe
di-entaugled It from the chain a ii
hurled it In the prefe.t's face.
"It Is a lie!" he reiterated.
The crowd. however, easily swayed
from one decision to another, closed Ih
on the guilty officer and forced himn
up on the stairs. In that elerantd po
siltlon he hectmnie the ti.rget fort v;arl-
ous missiles that <(.inc.I.ed to tbe hlandt3
until, drawlng the dre'-s swodi that
hung at hl.? side., h brandished it In
a circle at nrm's length. In thbl man-
ner he foighbt his way through the
crowd and made hi escape by a rear.
Later Hargrnv',s an,.l I limughingly
suggestetl that Jim mlght miliplant the
prefect In the ei,,r:t's aiffe-ltions. burit
be declared het had enongh'of South
American denliv'gA. and we left the
next morning on n Parittic steamer.

Down on Rival Plants.
Wife-John, the hens have scratched
up that eggplant seed you sowed. Hub
-Darp 'em! Jealousy, I suppose.-
Boston Transcript.

S"Didln't mean to 'dmaig@ a j(tluu
tomper." clitkled the mau o S.be it-,
mer as be pulled down the red lag,
above the gate and citnRed Into h i
buggy. "Come down to Lawyer' titch's
office bhueby. 'Neter. and we'll close
the deal right and proper."
"Very well." said kbenezer gruffly.
He watched the crowd of women tlp-
toelug out of the house and waited un-
til thp laAt o1e had passed through the
gnte. each with a furtive gminee at the
new ou.~er. lie was aware that they
marv"el,'d I 'cztmuse he had bought a
gh'.ist riidenJu house.
Whou Ule nas alone in the shadows
of the itll oaks he looked up at the
house, ldark and foi bidding u the nildst
of rniik grnasi nd weeds. Whatever'
bud li.en its ,ri'iinal color. It was now
fa~id to a dingy mustard hue. blotted
with the durk greeu nf heavy wooden
shutters lightly closed.
There were years and y af, when
the slhtmlei *...d tfever borglosed.
Those werpth-e'duys before. 'et1Simon
Elmsl)ury' .iA.raunddaughter had run
away wiliff tb ehboolteamher and had
In consequence been diRluberited by
th' old anun. Slion had left the house
and luind and fimniture to the F'oreign
Mlssionnry.v wclety. and nnw. tlreyeara
after his demab. they had put It up at
aucllQu, and Ebenezer had bought It
at mueb' below its real vilue.
- 'It was well known rb;t Simon would
have opposed hilsgranddaughter's mar-
tnhge to any man. Be was selfish
enough to wish to keep her at his side
to wait upon him, for she was the only
relative heb had.
"Let us come and live with you,
grandfather." Cornelia had pleaded
with her arms around his ueck. "You
will like flenry better when you kpow
i.W f. M 1.. *. t`&-A. ',

day the girt l nd been mnratW 'WTt'-
ry Stone and disappeared from Mel-
After that Simon Elmsbury closed
the main part of the house and lived
in the east wing for ten years, and
then he died without one relenting
word to Cornelia. The Stones had nev-
er been heard from since their depar-
ture from Melville. No one knew
where they lived or even If they were
alive. Old Simon Elmsbury went to
the grave unartended by any relative.
*Since Simon's death gossip had It
that the house wns hauuted. On stormy
nights, the credulous said. the old
piano tinkled softly behind the closed
shutters, and n woman's thin. sweet
voice was heard singingg nlu low tones.
Snatches of this weird music could be
heard sometimes in the lull of shriek-
ing wind or dashing rain. On other
nights all was still. Some claimed
that Cornelia was dead and that her
sweet spirit came back to sing in the
rooms of the old home, where she had
spent a happy girlhood.
In spite of gbostly rumors, Ebenezer
Pollock had suddenly made up his
mind to give up boarding in *the vil-
lage hotel and occupy a home;of his
own. The Elinsbury place suited him.
It was near his harness shop. and the
east wing was just large enough to
serve his simple purposes. As for the
main portion of the bouse, he gave It
over to rats and mice and mold.
Now he walked up the path and en-
tered the front door, creaking rustily
on Its binge. In the south breeze that
swept the yard. On th second Bfoor
a door banged loudly. Ebeney.er start-
ed and .iben. with an exclamation of
disgust, entered the hitpe.
A -long. dark hall stretched away
Into inky hblakness, and to the right
and left open doors gave glimpses into
darkened tonms faintly lillmirated
with candles'placed there by the auc-
Ehene'Per creaket in niiil out of tI he
rooms tilled whll decayIng turnillure.
carefully blowing out Ibe candles. Up-
stairs the candles were tlir'erlimg
strangely, and there war n chill uIn
the large north bedr',on as It from
an open Window, but all the windows
were tightly shuttered and barred.
Once outside again, he turned the
great brass key In the front door with
an involuntary sigh of relief. The east
wing had a separate entrance and was
shut off from the rest of the house
by a sealed door. A day's work by
black Anna would make the *ingg very '
habitable for him and his bachelor be-
longings. Ebenezer didn't want a
housekeeper-he detested women.
He had lived In the Elmsbury place
for three weeks We'fore he beard the
singing ghost. It was the 21st of Sep-
tember, and the equinoctial gale was
shaking the old house to its very foun-
dations. Ebenezer had gone to bed,
but he could not sleep. The wind
screamed down the wide chimney and
whistle around the windows. The
roar of beating rain drowned all sound
save the whistling wind. There were
creaking sounds beyond the walls, and
Ebenezer fell to thinking of the ghost.
It was then that the wind paused

another. sto .ot wind' d-ri a Ad:
again 1M'ad he ghb ly e',.
Hbea"u ft 'A twinge of' thp fiH^ ,
ti a it g, a be vry tbl-'.-
rapped on the wal'with fk capf ,5av'
musIl stopped abruptly:.-nd b4i
not hear it again, #1Tough there v -'
.many storms that w .
One winter eventug. fien 'the. oI
house was wrapped In al itnlnBag Mow, .'
storm, Ebenezer awoke from, h'id.-first
sleep with every muacle aching and
drawing with pain. |{heumatlsum held
him a captive. For bours be goat ..ed
dismally, conscious that the fre in bin
air tight stove wits nearly out aR4 a
time when, he needed heat. There .wa '
uo ministering band to apply hot lmou-
nels to bis.awollen Joints and muRsles. "
or to ally his torture with soothing
liniments. -
It was then that the ghost came
again-this tme with groping tingors
upon the sealed door. It knocked gen- .
Uy and spoke to him in faint, frlg- .-
ened whispers. .--
"Go a'By?' dbeneuer
fully. "Go .rMift'am!, ACA .
proper that yom- should be Qt --.
around here! Go away. I sayl", 'd" -. '
There was l slleue. anid prkdotty
Ebenezer's thick, grizzled haIr Itod
almost upright on his bead. Uthostly
footsteps sounded in the room over
his bead and sofly, tap. tap. tap. down
the marrow .-e that'opened4nto
his bedroom '.-
nb lamp 6q,# bis-bed gave brthb
a cheering light, and Ebeneger Pollok.
thoroughly rghtened for the, flrt
time In ti' htfe watched with 'w.4- '
nated eyes the slowly opening der as
the foot of his cocb, '
Tall and slender and ale, lbt od '. '
eaatt 4 -unNO .

ner appet me -b
"I couM not bear to Fyoc imai. ,
la lIth pain all alone. My hiiianid
fsed to havy rheumatism before he
died, and I know just what to do,"
she said In a low tone.
"Ma'am!" gasped Ebenezer. "Ma'am!"
He watched her slender figure as it
flitted' to and fro about his 'rooms.
She. mended the -fire, and' see" Its
cheering warmth brought relief to- bhi
aching limbs. She heated water and
flannel cloths and applied soothing lin-
Iments with very human nngers.
When the lines of suffering had re-
laxed and Ebenezer's face still sought
hers questioningly she sat down in a
low chair and spoke somewhat sadly.
"I'm Mrs. Stone-Cornelia Elmsbu'y
that was. I've been living here four
"Here-in this house? How?" de-
manded Ebenezer doubtfully.
"In the big back attic' said Cornelin,.
with a little smile. "It looks out on
the tall chestnut Woods. you. know.
and the short c.himpey comes &t
there. Grandfather ieft the cellar full
of coal -and wood. i've got It rent
comfortable up. there, and oh stormy "
nights I'd come dowu In the dnrk and
piny on muy pinno till you drove mue
away. I used to walk ove!r to Bellou
on dark evenings nnd get qil my gro-
ceries and things. It wasq "mrd work.
but It was heaven to me to get home
again nfler all I went through;'" She
broke Into sobs.
"**What mnde you hide?. Wifft did
you do it for?" asked Ehienp,'er exclt-
*"Ily l hubanff was poior. He dled attd
'eft a little Insiir int le aIlno ey--juat
'ioumuh to buy ,my fei *d ,iid n.,,ot enough
to piy rtut. M.yy eyes3ir Is .ao poor I
annnot work, hind so I -Ihoj ght I would
n*omne back hqre. I hIiard tlhe p.lae wal
.hut up. and it was may.uwn'bf rights,:
I knew I'd lipe driven cut if 'ainy oae
!knew I %a;ts here:"
"You poor little lhihg:" Jolurled E'lP-
nezer pityingly. "Stay. l-hnr jus- t.'a
long as you like!" Thetre was a I'o1 -
allence after that, while Ihe little wt.,l-
ow cried hbippily,lefore l te .r e. rtim-
nezer was thinking, ial;id!r. "If .1 f4.
ever go away, ma'amii,." lit- he
a great blush, "I'll go after yQu 4id
bring you back here and"'- He pan 9
it happened that one day tm IIe
deserted the Elmsbury houne, and E1 -
nezer kept his word and went at sr
.her.-and brpught her back a bride:to
her old home.

There Is no cough medicine sO pqpu
lar as Foley's.Boney and Tar. It neor
fails to cure coughsa, colds, eroup 4d
bronchitis. Sold by all druggist.

do It Now. -
Decidon never becomes easier
postponement, while habit
strobger.every day. Common menm'o
well as conscience says, "Ohoose
day." '.

The feet of Fate are tender, for
sets her steps not on the ground. i1t
on the heads of men.-Homer.




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* I., .(;~

"Mr. Cuthbert. il l te
from the States-'.'e4ilpdd
Mr. Moore." '. '
The consul greeted lti(ly,. and
the walter arranged- tor us at
rhe same table.
During the meal O' told us of
ihis travels In Brazil,. Hargraves
and I recounted on a ntures In
Panama. The cousul~ ved ver
entertaining and wa midst of
describing a irip dow, obst when
a messenger uopeared lauded him
a note.
"I have little time own." said
the consul..risJng, a' sntg him-
self, he IPft the r'oo
Through a nearby. the even-
ing air came In wil Lful cool-
ness after the heat- I. iay, and In
the gay surrounding i passed
happily. Here and. ti the room
was a tourist fromu-t tes. but the
majority of the tab L surround-
ed by wealthy uati the chat-
ter of the Spanisrg e sounded
incessantly. -
Many of the e Jewels.
and as we passed attention
was attracted esp a corner
table near the door, a man In
uniform sat with one mqst beau-
tiful Spanish women .ever seen.
I think her beauty acted me,
though all noted the t necklace
that encircled her thr ( the large
diamond that formed. trial orna-
ment. In a moment passed on.
and a screen separ from the
couple at the table. .
"Did you see that exclaim-
ed Hargraves. -
"Yes," I replied, diamond
"I got only a gi it," said
O'1torke, "but it waits 'a ."
We stopped In the a y, and as
Sa water appr -ed
toward the screen anim "Whp Is
the lady at the first t
. The servant repile4__ trokeu Eng-
lish. "Senora Garca owner of
the Pasaje." ."
"And the gentleman Rorke pur-
The waiter looked .sed at the
question. "The prefe..of police." he
said In an awed whtis
Our conversanilon m hivre reached
the ears of the couil question. for
at that instant the n rited prefect
appear"l uarouid the ( opf the screen.
and. howlcg ing in snkii 'rd O'orke. he
asked Ipu,,lhtilyv.. "'ni .be of service
to the enor?'" Ttietozi was Ii-suiting.
and for a rmomnent wej r peechless.
O'Rorke. ho'evter. equal to the
occasion. and. imnlttltit e bow of the
prefect, lih returneml w'h i.dual flavor.
"Not that I know of."'
The ofli'-.r gintr.d Rt is for an in-
tant. ih,'nT turned ou h be~Jl and dis-
appeared behind thie se un. We stared
at each otlpr. nonpluse Finally Jim
burst out InughlDg. adn .we continued
our way to the porch.
Soon the stars shoni en clusters in
the clear sky. such 'only tropical
climates permit. and throng filled
the porches and prom aded on the
walks near the hotel.-" From some-

'aIT-IIIB--~-11--.1 -C..


/ The Tarpon came from Carabelle
4nd Apalachicola, Fr iday, and
S"rrived from Mobile and Pensacola
a.. at 8:15 o'clock a. m., yesterday.
The Manteo arrived from New
QrleAni via. Mobile and Pensac6la
St <99:30 a. r., Tuesday, She un-
loaded a lot of fisUt barrels at the
ice plant wharf for the Bay Fisher-
ig go.
The motor schr. A. A. Fletcher,
Capt, Anton Peterson, came in Sat-
r~0rday with 6,000 lbs of red Snap-
pets, Shn sailed for the Snapper
lanks again yesterday.
The schr. Bonita arrived on
Wednesday.of last week with I,50(
of, nappers' and sailed again
s iianpe? Bi o
ThS ichr. Lucy t'.?.'sailed fo
Peuisacola, Sunday, C. i Backi
aipping as-mate.

Tbhe following table record-4 the ma:
.. 3ma m-inimum ahd mean tempuera
esl .at the rainFltsit and direction of th
wind fur.tlb tisvnty-frnr hours endin
St To7cochk pI i., as indicated by U. S
atsru meat .

'. e a 1, i R. wi.
Aprfl...13 78 64- 71 .-I 2
,* 14 79 64 71 .00
P. t 15 80 66 63 .00
; 16 81 68 74 .00
0" 17 74 56 '63 .00
..... .. 18 63 70 71 1.25 a'
S 19 72 49 61 '00.
1 74 64 I 69 I 1.67 I
SFreign Geography.
Cbtrlren of Europeau birth who were
old enough to receive some Lustr.ectlop
Mi geography .before coming to thill
nointrj hold opinions In regard to the
Sihtlkl divisionss of the eartb 'which
0 the Amnriran geographers and the
e tbers thereof combloed. camot up
oot A $ew York teacher found that
dtW whbt she, tvhd to lmprer upon ia
y a nc AJstrian miss that Colhimtus I..
VWm capital of Ohio.
"It i4 Oninnati. on the Ohio," re-
lortedt0* Austrian maiden politely.
but firmly.,;
Majis and printed' tex4 were produced
to provbt her ,rrov. The pupil was i i
nowlne con v ined..
"It wasn't- tine way in out geogra-
p6ly at Boute." sidd she. And the next
S ay. to uphold her contention she
brought the geography ou which sHe
based her assertion. That book was
,.., Oot. ert product of the geography
'.' baker's art. for It'certainly did stna,'

.. t'-A:b, oV -,, -,.
t a iistike,'., said the
teaet.ie n aduy after day, when
the girl wavl called upon to recite, the
teacher put the question of discord.
"What. I the capital of Ohio?" and day
V after day. at the risk of bad marks.
eame the positive reply, "Cincinnati.
on the Ohip."-New York Press.

Saved From the Grave.
l ,had about'given up hope. after
MWAtly four years of suffering from a
seMfel Itang trouble," wtitee Mrs, NM.
L. Dlx,. f Clarkevi4le, Tenn, "Often
the pain in my chest would, be almors
unbearable acd I could- not do anv
6 work, but Dr. King's New Discovery
fLas mrde me teel like a new p-rsonri
rsf the best medicine forthe tluroatar.i
lungs," Obstinate coughs, stubboi n
oolds hay fever, la grippe, asthmat
2rOUD, bionohitis and hemorrhages.,
learseness and whoo.piag cough yield
quickly te thhis wonderful mnedicuin.
-Try It. fau.r and SF.0G. Trial hot.th.-
free. Guaran-teed by A. H. Rrake
: pnd Gaineri Mercantile Co.

Didn't Lose jIis Tempep.
rtpc was- an elderly Eusr ludialm.
colonel whbtM b'umat it w.i' that he ha,
a very tfranqdill dibpouiti'iU tIiiit nit L
faug could rutle. He to." .up gut,f. ut
tkr a -long time his fr'nds failed t'
S Iotlee any disturbances' f t la okuV.'-
a Wtward caha. but, oue uy.v. wltn' iui'I.
iga foursome, he got fimo a noforlou-
',".evli's puutbhulwl" bunker and sieu;t
a terrible fifteen minutes tryilung tt
and the .hall, and then to thlay It
WIL He tpied every club in vuin. and
S '.IIt. '$artug like a ir'vnou. he
.,';t It^ tlh one after another.
'*^t^W W:fagsre rock. -' Wbat airoiyon

inortcd. "it'-lti's better
.-wrealk one's clubs tlann to-lose.
,H_'s temper"' And the caddie gath.
-- "t .up the pipoe -
^lginrimr-^"r^, '

-LittleRulph Will is quite sick.
-Mrs Doolittle has been on the sick
list for several days.
-5 or 6 doses of -66611 will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
-Privitte BOARDING,-Apply
to Mrs. F. W. Hookins. Cromanton,
-The steamer Tarpon came in with
her castomary heavy freightage and a
fair passenger list, yesterday.
-Package of Four Elandsom1e High
Art Post Cards-No Two Alike--Ouly
Ten Cents. At Buoy Office. It or.l-r-
ed by mail, add Ic. for pottaie.
-Mr. and NMrs. 11. D. Davis of West
End became the parents of a ten-pound
baby boy last Monday, Dr. Kester be-
ing the attendant, professionally.
-Post mistress Rosea ha just installed
some I handsome, new, regulation boxe
and delivery windows at the postofflee.
St. Andrews is gradually assuming
metropolitan proportions.
-The Baud of Mercy w*ll bold its
r regular meeting at half past three
o'clock tomorrow aiteruoon at the
schoolhouse. Any person wishing to
attend wili be welcomti'.
-IJlank Warranty Deede new re
vised, improved short form printed on
t 4pod linen u peri, 2q per dozen: alsoB
r 9~iWreceipts-100 recepts fn a block"
O cnAach. at the Buov omffee
-Capt. L. M. Ware, formerly of tnE
L. M. Ware Fish Co.. now a member o
the Bay Fisheries Co., is in charge a
the fish house in the absence of the
x manager, Mr. A. D. Weller,
h -Rev. R. W. Butrdesnaw will holt
e services in the M. E. church on the
g hrst and third Sunday in each montt
f" at the usual hours, morning and even
inc. All are cordially invited.
-The Registration booct totr Pr'ocinc
d No. 5 Is now open at the Buoy office buI
s will be closed tomorrow eveniag.- Vot
8 ers must remember that, they will not
e be pertnited to vote If they are not reg
w Isteaed.
w -Mr. Ray, brother of Mrs. Clapper
w of West End had an attack of heart
trouble a day or two ago and fell to the
ground in front of C. L. Joyner & Co.'s
store. Mr. Joyner sent him home with
his horse and bnggy.
-Capt. Paul Mulang, 'now steward
on the A. A. Fletcher, experienced'-
very severe electrical shock during the
storm last Saturday night. He was
on the ice plant wharf at the time; bul
the Wh'arf escaped any Injury,
-Handsome Jle~er neads with St
Andrews Bay date line ana views (1
either St. Andrews BluT, (.or Buena
Vista Point. at 8c per dozen: alo, mar
.of tho St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B-Jov office
-Cement Sidewalks, Buildings, Etc,--
Portland Cement Sidewalk construc-
tion, concrete block buildings, making
and laying concrete blocks; estimating
a profits, etc. Practical book for con-
'trazctqrs, giving details in full. Second
editionu, Postpaid- 0Oo& De-Graff Pub.
Co., Peoria, 1I11.
'--It seems that while the Buoys at
the'Pass have been changed to corres-
pond with the new chanual formed to
the westward, the old beacon lights are
still left burning, te the confusion of
mariners. flut through the interest
taken in the welfaie of his constttu-
ents by Senater Taliaferr, Mr.J. H
Drummond has been advised by the
Lighthouse Board that, orders for
the new lights have been placed aut.'
they will be located as soon as possible.
-Some iotng ladies arranged a fe-
male party all Ware's -all Mondaly af-
.t'rnoon and (tried to amuse themselves
dancing to the meirdies of a grtapho
phone. Two or threc boys, however.
became awaeic of the gathering of fe-
male loveliness and invaded the re-
treat, and as they wore seen to eng'ac.,
in the m'isv mazes of the waltz, it is
not to be inferred that the gentler sex
manifested any -erious displeasure at
their intrusion.
-A very pretty picnic was enjoyed
by a small party of young people ag
Pretty Bayou last Sat in-day. 1 h h
Masker' Br'othlers, Thoi. and E. W. tookl

their launch accompanied by Miscts
Willie Drummond, Stella Mulnson.
Mattie Forester, .Ethel Br'ainard and
Mr. L. Clapper, they arrived tat the
home of Miss Annie Surber, at tho
Bayou, and that young lady jeined, the
party and all nrooeeding to a shady
grove they participated in the ileas-
ures incident to such occasions.
Up and Down.
Algernon Arduppe-Can't yoli make
me any better rale for room and board
than, what you advertise--4$5 pp? Mrs.
F, Thnitnad-.Yey. I t yron'r .ase- It will bit,.
'.'% dbwih.-Chicagt tinlotr. r
Tinnla'whdle is proud that hP ha-
''t ne 'l qo init.h.l Wisdom ir li-umi,.
'lint 'a.0 t,'-'n -u mnr'.-r'fn'-.T-i

Judge L. J. REEVES.
C. B. DUNN.'

S ourPatronage is Respectfully Solicited.


For Tax Collector,
W. B. Gainer
For Tax Assessor,
Dave D. Davis.
J. J. Williams.
For Representative in the Leg-
liiat ture.
H. H. Wells. *
R. L. McKenzie.
For Treasurer,
H. B. Tilleo.
Joseph H. Porter.
For Supervisor of Registration,
John W. Gainer,
J. T. Carter.
For County Commissioner from
Commissioner's District No. 1.
J. T. Hightower.
0. E Hinson.
.. A. Grant.
For County Commissioner from
Commissioner's District No. 2.
A. C. Gilbert.
.S. W. Bush.
For County Commissioner from
Commissioner's District No. 3.
S J. M. Simmons. -
S. L. Davis.
For Countty Commissianar from
Commissioner's'District No. 4.

B. F." G.un
For County Corimissioner' from
e Comminhsioner's District -No. 5.
f J, H. Porter.

For Member of School
from District No. 1.
W. F. Russ.
For Member of School
from District No. 2.
A. F. Rooks.
G, B. Bush'
For Member of Schoo
from District No. 3.
B. F. Carter.



I Board

Tough Turkey.
Mark Twain hen hlie worked In No
vada on the Virginia City Eluterprisa'
inserted In the news a goKod man..
boarding bouve Jkes.
In rc\etpge the humorist's sonstilve<
fellow boarders in Vlrgitdn City de-'
cided to put up n game on him. They
enlisted the landlady's help. and lt thei
Thanksgiving dinner at the boarding
house Mark Twain by a dexterous piece
of sleigh of hand was served appar-
ently direct from the fowl with a tur-
key leg of painted wood.
The bdmorist sawed away solemnly
-it the wooden leg for some time. Then
he said to the landlady, with a smile:
"You'\ e changed your poultry dealer.
haven't you. ma'In'r" \r
"Why. no. Mr. Clemens," she replied
"Whill makes you tMliAn so'/"
"This tIrk'y." lie ai- 'we-reid, i in
he winidet'i druiu-:itlek a little wlntrk
,vlth his knife. "'It's about the t(,n d r.r
*.t tImrr Il I've struck in this he use f.r
-aomie neu-ls..t-" -

A. Modcct Ju-'-. "
.A certain f''-. liit.'t.t E[ lii.t Jur'l.'
'VU' IlIl'lll.4f rrel t ,e.)i l Iii ,'!M L. ,r.
''*;|lndt't~- M t ac l-:ig-Ill-dh law I, n rt4 nri2rl-m'i t'l'ri'
hilms gerutletinan litIl ;ptlit mirttI 11: it
i1 arinrl t l.iw 1ia l w-I s ruit 'i'- flnt,.
1 ;i1s ti hits lhillity. to cetpu withl iII
',ll e,,f i:,' lhr',' t,:h, alls ,- '..'.I"'
IIl rt'-- .ra'.:il, n- 1 f 11til .'' -'l1i lll . Ha
iun t i ll11..t. ;i ofr l \\ 1 "I-h lie' \'Ia tr;ill,
ii n I uivr%%:it.tia s. HIle i i ule i 'i
1 il I h t .' l- '.-. Ig a i-' ul :Ii'r 1i t 'I
mi l .- r i'.t ii i '. a io rll l'lll ': it .
1 1,111 .I 1'f (liin ; 114 r 't I I' l, I
S i l- l',I r>ti l l ili- ",tI t- i w'Ii, 1Ui
*rl. Ia'I alll l lir IJ .i- llI 'r t. r' :lll 'l tI'
rI't v"bil ri'.i.111 ;li ,!l n< .l
"e'a|]tlula r l' ll, l ,( Ino l, 'r l r I |r d < l h:i! l lh ,. li:. < ,
rl rli u. l t? be no rnm i.'t :, lt thif- lair
w'ih'-i |I l.ln tl o .-'.. '
-5 or 6dosesof '"866" will cure.any
case of chills and fever, Price 25c,

Good results always follow the use of
Foley's Kidney Pills. 'They give
prompt relief in all eases of 'kidney aud
bladder disorders, are healing,
strengthening and antiseptic. aTry
them. Sold by all Dr'nggists

Own Your Own Mind.
Have you ever considered the possi-
bility of doing this? Remember that
living in a re)nte( mind, furnished with
oplinuions bought on the Installment
plan, never offers any inducemenut with
it for the future. Not only this, but
you are not saving up anything.
The advantages of owulnug your own
mind will be apparent at a mtoment's
In'the first place, you coux to take a
personal Interest, which you do not
feel when it Is owned by some one
else. Then again the natural increase
In value redounds to your own profit.
You haveno one to dictate to you.as-
. to the inalfe. furunabhigs and d'ecqra-
tluris. Besides, It makes you unure par-
thlular nith regard to what you put
bitu it. If you live ln a rented mind
you' dou'l care much. You will drive
salls la the wills and get generally
caruefiss about It. But when you own
your oawn mini] you are constantly go-
ing abomit pictlng it up. You take real
prida' in It.
Re it ever so humble, there Is no
pluae like a mind that you own your-
self.- Life.

Playing It Down Low.
"I haveu', n'much use for Blithersley,"
-nai 1It' proud p;pa.p .
"\Why'" asked ;he iroud mamma.
"I ll:.lvtud to him fur an hour today
whilee he told ine about what his baby
-:a4d .iall or tliiel to say, and JustLo I
tWas ;:.,uui tou Ill himh about ours he
1 4f nit. saylug he hind to catch a
a iin."-li:lluiutr.t Aumerlean.

By Main Strength.
Th',y wa re liteUning to a piano solo
it a club after dlnuter party.
"**I know a girl." she whispered, "who
played the piano, and she had only
four fingers on one hand."
"You'd think from the way this one
is playtug." said he, "that she hadn't
any."-New Yetk Press.






a .l I I

There -
In Iiuali-'
lu l1oui
of the I
-le was,
Henry (j
'or menii
was wli
One day
lug the

St. Andrews Provision Co. Pensacola .St. Andrew & Gu










P Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Bay Front, Ne9r Wyoming Avenue.

SWas a Good Mixer.
,fd to be a i,,,iitilar l I idii st,!r
)auils whil ,\.Is ei1 ki'n'wa
ie. fie W an p;I(.,tr of one
lug churches of thel (cilt
uilt on the plan of lite late
ire, wh,.se Bmnot \6-)s. "'I ann
This Indiinalp-li- is'preacher'
lI 'called a "'gol ulixi.r."
he'topped In a bltckswith
Bt with the workmen. Dur-
t a florid faced wa of
appearaLnce tcame into the
n d the mlul.ter began
linlther knew the other's

iunce thmat be was In the
less ln V est street.
wu ti ny place any time."
d 'li show you a good

"Al' -." 24plied .the minister'
"and;. way I'm running a pretty
good y vseT'. Come and see me.
and 3i v yo ta good timee"
"I'l6 do that." said the other.
"But, way, where Is your joliti?"
"My ';" *as the reply, "Is the
First e? rtqran church. Just in-
quire *ron W. Weed. the pastor.
and 1'Y *t your servlce."-Loula-

on by His Wit.
A sto tqld of an English clergy.
mno .a -ed his appoinutmnLt to a
rich ll o a lucky pun. H was
tutor t son of a nobleman and
had not i[g taken orders when bh'
Attended t, funeral of the rector of
the parish 'u which the nobleman's
seat ws 'si jated. The father of his
pupil 4s patron of the living and
was alis-. pent at the funeral of
the deceaSed rector. There was a
young clear* man preseout alo whose
grief .'as 9 demonstrative that the
noble patro jwaeg m;--h affe..ted by th'
sight and a ked If the'young mau was
a son ofitt, deceased genttlemau.
"Oh, dIaR no, my lord-no relation
at all,'; sttl the tutor.
"No rel:a n!" exclaimed the noble.
man to a rprlsed tone.
"None," lord. lie is the curate.
and I thib he Is not wcepiing for tLe
dead, bti ( or the lri,.i."
Ills io' lp, wh,:) vraw s aos', etlii ,.1
a wit atd cynk- l.iimqlf,. v.as so do.
lighted it the hoitni.t -that he conu-
ferjcI., t lib. 'iVg upon the r-ady punl-
ster, '. '
S.A t al; rals.Learn.

beootm -
he a"t r
modern r
learn I *
hou'uds ;pa
bits or bai
follow w'l
tur<- folthi
accimt pallyl
sol", n.-4 |.h1
his firsl IN
loe'--'ed Imr:n-
nfi(.r hlu'
bird, ilbat
Ly 1fl.'li
utahtdh 1114 'I

ird, sar ul-I
rthe chl.er [
,.r,.-,s, (\ r,.!:
Iyt.lli ent t
dg., are ':t

The Re
the chilte

colds. C
Honey a
tho besb
for erou
and rimrul
Rese asi

.bhe. li
told tjoiv
trarih. tH
the Detal
Itsh tran:
Indian .
lat.r. 1
art In

the sena
times.' '
"'I kl.
piled Toe


would I
any set

uI t i. malurulast. has
ta to ipr:ve lnat
':.. e p. t-rl, ic.1 as' .1 )rt.;
.f rn ti;h-ir ni 'a,).r'i rod
ne 1thlrai' ls-i ,I f il i. -I I.- ,
'e lea1n)il tl'- r.-L.,' a."
1 G reyh-.,'utls.s ,Ili,';: !
ralbblrs i*. i.. i '.I f..
o ntilenliii.n t ., en'.- r lia
KN IIr v h. lliI -s ;i l I i;!~-
LrT ve.Issel. ,ust- :1.4 a nII
i nirnn (.'r wq oPal'i I.
he (Ah.'ll. : 'i 'lUtta r a '
h:' ~'O r'<' lthe a''-- !t i' f
esssful ,h '.t l I'.. I2
3 f;)li, t li" t .'';i'ri '-- i ;:1
'nap1e. 'J''e n ;iil.er e f0
|I atr in-fir* t ir-. M' e-.-
pl hst l'l.. -l' '[l ,lro.a !.
, .l', .I ,1[ i ,d . ... ">i
S 'rs rI '-,, 1' I I'
r i I: 1.: f\' I Il 'i -.1
r: r i; ;ia.' ir..' ', : .. ;- -

.'. rY i lt : :. ', .I I :1:
.tlh '!i :' rcis'd by h, el
:1 t., a!l

ror the Comet
Non of the sky. Watch
or sprlinff couihs and
I Inothers keep Foley'
ajrji the house. It is
fest prevention and cure
ire the need ik nruent
relief a vital necessity.
latest or harmful drugs,
es. Sold by all druggitaly '

,ious Error.
b.,lvard Everett file
Iu-4 error crept into .the
the Iui d's l'ra.3er into
mlian tongue. The Eng-
bad .as au assistant a:n
c,x: .Euglish. "What Is
-Pa1W"iasked the trans-
i tliought he said "hal
e. b4i the equivalent.
nlaoware version of the
ends. "Our Father, who;
4allooed be thy name."

a-id .the teacher to a
ir class pupil. "correct
'I kissed Jennie two
mile three times,'" re-
roudly.-Chicago News.
-. ........

,i1 by imanca iesi
try's Seeds to-day
impossible to feel ih
core years
amdA 010R

alli".is a sdo
xcl!y %hit you
expect of them. F'r aile 3k
e where. FLIE "'S "1916)
DMNURRI Free on request.
D. MjERRY A& Co.. Datrolt, r.llch.

I Ha-e a Supply of SEED VEL-
App!y to C. T, PORTER,
St. Andrews, Fin.

Nicely Furnished, Four Room, Baiv
Front Cottage, at $15.00 per month
Apply Dr. Jansenius's Pharmney.


Tih Farmfiale Hotel!
Farmndale, Fla.

A anby Show' in St. Andrews
would have many contestants; but. it's
safe to say that the healthiest baby
would win the prize. No baby can be
healthy who suffers from worms and
most babies -do unless they are kept
free from them with White's Cream
Vermifuge. Acts quickly, vet mildly
-i6 its ovn ourgatiye. Mothers, don't
attempt to raise children without.
White's Cream Vermifuge. Price 25c.
Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co.
Buttered Side Up.
One of the stories which Levi Hutch.
Ins, the (l tinei' cluck maker of ('.on-
cord, N. 11., delighted to tell related to
the youth of Dailel Webster.
"One day," said the old man, "while
I was taking breakfast at the tavern
kept by Dulel's father, IlDailh :1tall hi-
brother Ezekiel, who were liflle boys
i'ith dirty faces and surly h'air. (.ntie
ti the table and asked me for brea'!
and butter. I complied with their re
quest, little thinking that they w,,uld
beoumie very distinguished men. -'att-
i1I dropped his piece of bread on the
sandy tifxlr, and the buttered side. of
course, was down. He looked at it a
moment, then picked it up and showed
it to me, saying:
'What a pity! Please give me it
piece of bread buttered on both.sides;
then if I let It fall one of the buttered
sides will be up.'"

Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable,
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be-
1- -f l, cause of its reutark-
g f^ y Dable health restoring
properties. Swamp-
-r Root fulfills almnio-t
every wish in over-
coming rheumatism,
neys, liver, bladder
-J and e"ery part of the
S. rinary passage. It
-- --" corrects inability to
hold water and scaldcirrgpain in passing it,
or bad effects tullowinguse of liquor, wine
or beer, an4 overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled togo often
through the da:', and. to get up many
times dirinii the night.
Swamp-Ro&t is not recommended for
everything but if yoa have kidney, liver
or bladder troutiie, it will be fountI just
the remedy you need. It has been thor-
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so succe-sful that a special ar-
li venirent Ins beeu made by which all
reader sof t'ii z r;-per, who have not al-
-.aly tried it, muay have a sample bottle
,eut free by mail, also a book tellintu
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutifyvbu have khid.- ,,
neyor bladder trouble. ,
Vhen writinguitntion *"jc'ii^? |
reading this ge:.ercu a 'i
offer iu this paper ai
send your address to -
Dr. Kilmer & Co.', wuD, ..... Mr.i.....
Binghuimton N. The regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar sie bottles are sold bU'
all druggist-. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilme('s Swamp-Root, and the ad-
dress, Binghamton, N. Y.,on every bottle.
An Indirect Hit.
A pilenut why was sufferingi from a
scalp would vwas recently admitted to
n hu'fpital. "'low did this happen?"
asked the resident surgeon.
"The'wife hit me on the head with a
;tone-." was the answer.
"It's the lirst time I ever heard of a
womau hitting anything sie aimed at,"
the dctor observed joknlugly.
"Oh. she didn't aim it nt me! She
waq throwing 'i Ihe slne at our neigh-
bor's fowlt,. aud I was standing behind
her:"-Londiu Urapiic.

What a Change!
"He used to kiss me every imne we
passed through a tunnel .before our
marriage." snaid the little woman, with
sad reflections.
"And does be do so now?" asked the
bosom friend.
"No; he takes a drink."-Brooklyn

Worse Than Bullats.
Bullets have often caused less suffer
ini to soldiers than ecz-ma L. W
H imai Burlington, MAe.. got in th,-
artr.v, and sutffered with forty years.
"Brit Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
cei-d me when all else failed,"' h i-
\W-'' -. Gu-r,',st tlihe let of sores, ul-
cers. u'l_ baIir-ii, ('uts. wounds, bl'h is.-
and pile c. 2",c, at A., H. Brake's ami
Gainer M''recanlile Co.s

Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
% T ., % i .-* a--- A, -I -

Tuesday. 8:30 p m.
We'eneus ay, 4:00 p. m.
We'ue-dnsdav, 4:00 p. m,
\Vednesday, 2:30 p. tn.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.



C 9) M P N Y ,



W. 0. BARROW. Master>-

St Andrew,

Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesdayv',0:00 a. a
Wednesday, I0:00 s.A-
Thursday, V0.014,

t.Carrabelle, h trsd t 'iI-.-,
onday, 0:00 p.. tle. a.
.ursday, 3:60 p. m. Carrtbelle. .
iday, 11:30 a. n. Sb, Andrew. Friday, 2 a m.
'idav, 1:00 a. m, Panama City, Fridaiv, 1'1m "',,
iday r;00'oa. m. aMiiville Frida, 10.
Pensacola. Friday, tl, *
rP A.-ss-aT C l :ATZ.tS.' ".
Pensaeola to St. Andrew and.Millville. $5.0. -,
Pensacola to Apalauhieoli and Carrabull., 87.50;-.-, a'.- :
St. Andrew and Milivillelto Apalachieo]a, $5.fl. m.
Pensasola to Mobile, $2.5o0. .. '
r'healiovo rates include meats and berths. '. fi H 4. li 0tEl ..''-
V. W. WALTERS, Gen'l Fre- kt and Pass Aot-. P s :'.
+ .q .. ,. " .



fl3ry cZodsl, f i:



4 Full Line of Furniture!

Freight.Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to A lY,
Postoffice on the Ba. .-








H1e Co.,


S FO R ,- -

IftH.il .

Groceries, -.

The Old PIONEER STORE Husiess,

Founded in 1878, and built UD by tLe late L. M. Waie i
now Ilhioroughlly Reorganized under New Aanagewent"

Solicits the Palronage of Old Patrons 2.
of the House, of the Trading Post. and of new ones .'
well, and guarantees uniform F:lir and courteous treatmeutI

We Pay the Freight .,n ail o,'- ,-xcft,, Fi',,r..a-Rl cal
Feel to any ... aflice l' .tile '.y

There has Recently Been Placed .N' "1..IM s
[1i i!l t.ht' dl'na i-'ore.- an 'rohatia' Ilt ea- -
ant herb cure f'. woman's ills, c.alied rV
Ml ,.the -rGru s .\n-tialia Leo,,f. It i .' f iqll .
the aiai\ (el-t4"n r'e ulatru'. Quickly re- n J =
li' e-s ft-maule > rn ses land backi-, be. THE BUA tANTI "
kidtnev, bladaler and urinirv liou'l s.
At all dr1u, i 1, or I y mn:il ;)Ile S.iSam-
(nle FRE. .\ddres, 'iie Mothen Grayv
(.'o LeRol' N Y. .. W R ...,
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a, hRUMUMND, President .

- $15,000.

F. BULLOCK. cabihv.



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!*pel I R tvir io tu he i ..h. M rs. E 13 L 1. tl .
SG:lrden.1 dit- loI.kiig well. 'uR CONGHES.1M \AN Ier. all~d at loui
Finu gro .*.'111. \I i ilt er, these li,\.y To t.e I' ,.1,,i: o hf 'ji'h ilr' v t- tir a lonth1's vijtws
i P vlnt3 utf l.;.. .ekc lieie eV\t.v abin .al LI .ct : .ur'lai: aLi li' \ tonla, Fli .,
iew days; suioe ol them alter li- i nIt ca.-idaU.tie fo ConUU.:-a, buo- ir'. al .li
e .* jecL tU the action of tLie Demucralic
er. an years citi
Sr -Primary. I am ueeplJ grateful for thu any years citi
Messrs Taylor & Schermer are honor of representing tht. District u Bay; but who :
erecting a big store building. the present Congress, and if renoniin- some years ago-
FiAermen are not doing so well ated and elected as tue custom has their pretty ho i
th t been, I promise a faithful discharge of they propose to

.-,-- ..- ty U .d.J U1: at ie couiUimenceenLi
-T he P ilot F l h. .
A -, t fi ti. :h,,miI st iti l miny Inter of the fishing season.
iC(1 fti .trit,* rli fsigf f thie il '.ot tnsi. Farmdale is going to have an old
S"ittl u ,La '" Ia.'. ist tea."' fashioned May picnic on Mlay 1 /in
a i i.f-4I I"f P kl:ill. Ia'l > U o.- Id iralrl-
'i.nd. -r.*..r,- iil...d 1i Ipppi,, 1 Farmdale's handsome park. Every-
Ii-. '. i It i 14)0' ..ifl uaId Ii'r and body is invited to come and bring
i.lit l <..inal I,., rn.,o .i.itf t.. the their lunch baskets. A good time
/d_" of tlbe ,,Sin. wbho i|iri-ci.it! thtmrn is assured. Will have more to say
:. p t i' t ,hjury: gn.eeu si.. a about it, later.
LrtWi4r wl ii'tor< 4)l vat ('lrruId. -0011' -
if' t'- l l ,t,-'i 1tl trt to ltit i li.on ... .
._-ii i,-. l,,st ist sor by drowning.. W ETA P PO
K*.,..1 r-el ,'l lha wovu" g peecial H-e ort to te Bu ov.
ry-_(l.'_n_.p. rliied Ioi.tlus, wh, ha,
'.lin n ti li l,.ovi,. into in p1i0lt r1he rain Saturday night was very
,, ,li"tsr ill ,'ret'l tWelcome, to those who have
tls* 4 o'f grraInitous pilo'rae.
. 's" tl1l_ ,it tw a P ilot of slacks gardeus.
wl i ti-. lOw Iatter a.W.3v Mr. A. B. Sheffield returned a
":'.I,'lrtd hi'1k nal- other danr1 few days since, from a trip to Ga.
.; d tiau to food. Ttir-re really
~Aili tr-ngte hbind,.of frieniship "'Mr. J. E. Kinard was on our
fl V tihe hur-pe -hnrk find tbhs Itile streets, Friday.
".nlier If the nipekere r;iia l.r whlch ...... ste t F r rL d-a
._fi. e.mu eir ng togeati Mlessro. J.'L. &I. r L. W _--
';'.e pht 9listil supposed care Enzor jr. spent Saturdlay and Sin-
-"'. .tai- "'ftl. roip:rninn of imnlpetidinAr day at home.
da.or and to provide food,.for It is a .. ...
t layr purIe and s nmp. ts a Mr. S. Dyer made a flying trip to
'. -', .-- .. -- --- Allanton and Farmdale, Saturday.
.. twi#Rolyn lde Coi Fresh Start.. lMiss Eflie Taylor made a short
", i' olyai flie Colrr laauy. tia h,.,d.
Sonie 'ie-loty filvorite. was nervously call Saturday.
S."'-I;t ..eaa I liud baggage cai Mrs. J. L. Kirvin has been sick
-.. uld ee tlh.t. ihe pani-ed. up and
;, tI 'i front of their large ': In her r.oom. I:\ Idilntiy she wis and fever-.
S:'/ tty aggrlh- ed uver something. Mr. A. B. Sheffield was down from
ally bt.,r 1i0hl struntig lnerrevs giot r, .. .
hllArtied ip' tl141 uch a pitch thai sh., Weteppo Creek, Monday.
thi4, iut-lm1 er licrsieIf :a.-ij began t, Mr. W. E. Gore and fa-Dily have
lute6th. fiath t.r wildly at her hair. pull moved on to his homestead lhst
,i. It' t pi lnir <> Iiia duls ,,
o. ur liipiilhr lr nitre Ia iirould week.
'mid yil virv.: -The ipoir w n111:111an i4 m- Mr. J. Dyer was at Allanton
'"' p,,Tarlly :iu-;n. \\'h il,.-!'l sile Sunday
on' e stop llier l ef.re. sli, 0I .rs' her-elf .
1 't1v linitary, Sh, 1 ill-il th. i ierritn o One-Fourth of Pound a-Week

; prlliig hIr Ina;ir ,.lt lIf lli. r),rit- at least, is what a young baby ought to
i9t1i llt : i+r' i.- i i, I,' Ish 'with gain in wolghlt, Does ycu'-s? If not
.'ir w nm;iit l,.. frIh-, i ['p [il. liu there is something wronir with its di-
0 've Il.irI l s p; illld ft' iilyv four- gestion. Giva it McGee's Baby Elixer
'*A- nh. i of lp rT.. froI e "illnu of and it will b.-gin gaiuing at. onct.
,.- rt l a,> i .s .,w dei. d Cua.es sti mach and bowel iroubler.,
<*-fholal- ..'rI S. Slip ha)l1 son'. diJ'I 'rn3 e .ai
. t ..- t ,... l aidshe rent. di.a ,r.eion, stops fretfuln ess, good
,/ir i.n i t. i. ,; %i.-ti0 ilrnt 1 for teething babies. Price 25c and 50p.
e-l.r titair.-'-ii' l,,in uu-,, hair mnlid Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co.
t in.>t '. I in, i ? ,aillui: IIlr,:nte iillt --"-qt-b -
'a' ,, fii la I'i i ..'liit ,rr:i.v. She Is Supreme Court Ways.
ali.' htr n::: for :1 i air.-h ut. When the suprenip courtt of-the Unit
'.' 4'tf. ed Siates ansembles at 12 o'clock on

- Suf'.cip-rt P~i~son.
tii~n W d (n'l~ y'ii n-5,('rt your
anth''r M- ["-P i~~'it f tht Inf ullsv Hld
.;,4 the llouue tI1I1'Df1113ullyl-NMy *Ire
K~*Dn~t let, me.-Bao tlimore 'Amet*UfL.

*i'o R~ewa~rd. 8100.
4&ereiders ot 0 pitpdr will lpe picag-
eto. leari flint there is at heast (Tile
d'~~aud ditseame 'th~t-t science' has b"'tn
'alIeto egre in All RA~ siages, and tha~t :a
~i, ~Haltl's Vatni'rrh Cure is the only
'ptlifiita ellre LinE'inZ to the medical Ira-
A e~ftity,-1Jaltarrht hefiag a consftlitnt unal
AIsiiu'e, requires a constiitational treat-
memnt. ilali'l Oat arrit Cure is takena fii
Sternaialy. acting ,directly upon the blood
vf~ *h hfmco'ts Aurfaces of' Itle s% 6ler, there
-,I47 destr i)liig I lie eifhinditt ion of I he dim-
:.;ezme, ma~d giving lthe paltient strength I~v
-Uljstlillg tip tile ecunstilutiom miadassislinag
f'tbt pro Fit doing its workc. The propri-e-
tors hays, oo mitch faith fait its curative
powor.s that they offer One Hiuad red Del-
Ittik frn -ainy case that it fails to cure
J.- F.C EN EY& (,o. lol edoe 0.
-'IMO byJrugi~asm. 75c.
ft k4 dalia Fs Fmuiiv I'ihha, fora nonstflpa-

The S.,ksman.
,m'~lliU mii. I Ibri! tt.*e~it #1 upl
T_~ gr pMval 'R MR f 1-tisa tvboracti-r a

tq flit, yoanr himale .'t'r i line.
eta5LAk4is Ie .Ivart.kLuria Iiiiiits airt
ali1iilulsi Lard %orli. rier
1;~.yul [java naluth of
.-tb flirpt'four andl mine oft 11he as:3t
' ~ ~ 4mieitd'aw .Yotu tntlrc'.
% b vdilwr v~inipauy nain :at iti.
b Fra IMIls'd nilt
/4 h gml-

each Monday the room is filled with
Inwjers. -lerks. news)api-pr men aDil
specta tors. tontJne annoimnceient.
are inside by the chief Justlce In a
Voice uo uue can untidirstand. Deel-
sluns ,f-gri'eit niplenlt aire Iendered b
other jiusth'iv iIn inumbhld words which
are nDot t,'nrd. I.:-iwy-rs. clerks, noews
paper men nnd st4-tftulrsstare ilhard ai
thise i.onorl le Jq:uil'-e % %I imay be. luilk
Ingi o redintlig. miw'., \ hlih hdnds ctlan-
ed Into n rgktidll bouril so thlt they cani
anith a- few wordil if possible. But nu,
rat- lu i lie courtroom shouts ".ouder:"
No one would last very long If he did
And should a pei-on be sentenced for
contemupl of the supremnecouri it would
be the end. As an old colored em-
ployee once said. 'lere ain't no appea:
from dis cote."-St. Louis Star.

Shake Into Your Shoes
, Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
Su.ainful. swollen. smarting, n-rvous feet
Sand instantly takes the sting out of
corns and hnnions and makes walking
easy. Try it today. Sold everiawhore.
Sample FREE. Address, Allen S. Olm-
sted, LeRoy, N. Y.
Alice Alias Alys.
lMr. Sluig_.gs-Whnt's the little Nu-
rox girl's name? I couldn't catch It
when her mother Introduced us. Mrs
Squl.gs--liluit Alice. ouly ber moth
her's trying to pronounce It so you'll
spell It "Alys."-_Philadelphia BuUetfu
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Both on the Line.
"The artist over the way was bonst-
lni to me tlint his work Is now bcinu,
hung on the line."
"Humpl.t: Ro Is .his wlfe's."-BalIr
more American.

Revengp Is the abject pleasure of an
Subject Mind.-Juvenal.
folcy'ls Kidney Remnedy will enre any
,4-c of Kidney and bladder trouble
not beyond tlhe ro:iehi of medicine uno
moedicie can do mwre. Sold by all
drug. ists'..

ITAU i.the Character of Your Land

f .of Crop You Want to Grow


and we w$ fill the Order of any grower
Sin lorida ,'hi the fertilizer he really needs
em' mtt the crop-producing requirements
of his particular soil.
The growers of no other state are favored
with sutch*an opportunity. Most growers
buy froin guesswork they lust buy a
FertIhwr, that's all. No need of any Florida
.[grower talidno chances. We want to know
the, cbaractee of soil, the kind of crop to be
.rown. We have built our reputation on
being unzll stakably able to mix a fertilizer
that fwrtilfzes.
Thirty years of experience in Florida
gives the grower a chance to get a ser-
vice that., can be rendered by no other
-fertilizer manufacturer.
You ought to have that kind of service.

SWod your name and address and tell us the number of acres and crops rultijvated.
W q'rWt YOU to have a free copy of the I9io edition of our Florida Almanac.
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every duty, with a loyalty to your in- 1, they being
lere.:ts. Very Rt.spectlully. ,,, ,, ,-s

I am a candidate to serve Washiing-
county again aeSupeivisor of Registra-
tiion, and offer myself as a candidate,
s jiject to the forthcoming Democratic
Primary. I have endaovored to serve
vo,1 faithfully a i I p- ra, if a.a i n
chosen, to10 relax no ellffort to eompl.y
with the strict letter oa the law, and in
my official capacity to secure to every
voter all the rights ,to whieh he is by
law entitled. Very Respectfully,
1 hereby: announce to my friends aind
to all of the voters of Wash ngton
county that, I am a candidates qr rcwg
election lothe office -of Tax Collector.,
subject to the selection at the primnir'v
election. In my administration ot the
office in tho past I have endeavored
constantly to abide by the strict letter
of the law. without fear or favoritism.
and if-again selected promise to follow
the same Irneof a.tioF'. Trusting that.
this is what you demand of your sur-
vant. I ngain submit m% nmno and wili
be duly thankful and will appreciate
your support. Very respectfully,
I hereby announce myself a candi-
dlate tu succeed mTself for the office of
S'ounty Treusurer,.subject to the action
of the Democratic Primary. I live in
Vernon. and if elected will faithfully
discharge every duty of the oMfico.
Thhanlink you, each and o )eryone,
for all past favors and solicltinLr our
future support and influence, I remain
Very Respectfnlly.

I hereby announce my candidacy for
t'ie Democratic nomination as a mem-
ber of the House of Representatives
'rom Washington Countv, and respect-
fully solicit the support of ti e voters
in the Democratic Primaries. If,eleet--
ed I promise a faithful dikch.i'reof erv-
ery duty, widh a .loyalty to your inter-
eats. I am, Yours very truly.

I hereby annnunco mu'vself as a candi-
date in the coming Democratic Prima-
ry for the position of RepresentativA
from Washinglon County inithe next,
Legislature. I believe that my expe--
rlence in the last Legislature has fitted
me to do better work in the next, and
if elected 1 promise to give my best ef
forts in behalf of Washington County's
-nterests, Thanking my friends for
their past support and asking a contain
nnce thereof in the Primary, I remain
Respectfully Yours,
Panama City, Feb. 21 1910.

To the Democratic Voters of Washing-
ton County:
I want to assess the taxes of this
County. The office belongs to the peo-
ple ard [ come to. you for it. My candi-
dacy is 'subj set to the action of the
Democratic Primaries, I will greatly
appreciate the nomination and pledge
my hearty support to the Democratic
Ticket, whether I am nominated or not.
Thankin b you fo- your support,
Y o.irs Respect fully.
This is to nootilfv my friends and thI
voters of Washington county, that, al-
ter due connsideration.of rc quests of con
stltuents, I have dc.id'd to be a candi-
date for re-election to the ofice.of Tax
Asses~or, subjecting" myself to the re-
suilts of the forth oming primary elec-
tion. I haveendeavored to do my duty,
showing partiality to none.
I thank you in advance for your sup-
port and influence.
Respectfully, J. J. WILLIAMS.

The Call of the Blooa
for pariflcation, finds voico in pimples.
boi's. sallow coml)lexion, a jaundiced
look, moth patches and blotches on the
skin-all signs of liver' trouble. But
Dr King's New Life Pills. make rih
red blood, give clear skin, rosy cheeks,

fine com)lexio-, health. Try them. 25c,
at A. H. Brake's and Gainer Mercan-
IlCe .'-.

I. 'vih ,.. s l.,'!.:. l i i n w r l r.n ih.,l I"'':- i l "~
Secret .o.-i't\ i-< : r! ii.iz,'i,.':. I:

I"t v lll II.e :; ea't.-. '1" li, \\e\ r. I, el ':
.1 tir':i. urlr. \ 'lh. 1:l ii I,-" t Inhoru-
if M'ltanhtr.- T'-e lI.gliess wonder:

.A coommodstinn.
.ll'i:h -'l ;,.na : ilu:irrv'r for n
.' l.i'. ai)!, lIl ia 't \V lt ~- ., "vee l
Io'-l,'1 i.s r-u lh.r vow h.id., Imut pi.is I'
,)v<,r d I'll i:rY toi i .L romoin r f r It.
.I.i',i' ,"y '.i .s'crI'i avovwal of one':-
liT,-, i.;ilv -. 1 .i-.rilh.n.
Quite Willing to Mi.rate.
A tr. vler p;ia-Mig Ilirough.,,i ever
Infected locality said to an Irlgbh resi-
dent :
"Pat, I'm surprised that you stay In
a plahice where people die so hiek aad
"Paltb." rejoined Pat. "if you'll be
after tellin' me av a place where
paypler niver die Ot'll mpve there to-
morry an' end me days."
8 -*.--- .-.-.-I-* w -, l0'a

LLJ Int ll I
enough for those
main there it'hus.
tractions to indu
delightful St. And,
"Land cf Flowet
there. 1
Mr. Joseph H. Po|
candidate for count
ited the Bay couI
making the acqua
people in the inter.
daey ,for the impn
Dr. Snead of
intended visit w.

time and is ~a-

Oaks where '. wi|
attend profes ionall
in want of de tistr
Dr. and MrsA Wil'
home in DesMoines
of Dothan, TIues<
hopes to return tl
upon his lolsorecen
West. End.
Mr. Dell Johnsolr
his household good
Monday. His fam
there, Sunday.





Thursday, Apri 21, 1910.

Capt ., Howlet 4d Mr. Walk-
er took a trip) to 's End, Sun-
day, in the lauhn Lilerty, and
the launch took liberty to be
afflicted with an' 9pident before
they reached horni, ut they land-
ed safely. -
Mr. J. A. Mal tt went to
ott.ondale Sunda afternoon on
Mr. and Mrs. 0,. Kester spent
Sunday in Panama ,y.
The Misses Ethel aker and Mat-
tie Forester and MrsA Mattie Alex-
ander went to Pan a City. last
Sunday, on the mai oat, and re-
turned on same.

Mr. W. H Walker
Miss Pheobo, left '
for other parts of i
returning oihnjj
Ill. Thel sthf tV
have many friend
see them back aia

i~ ds~ughter,
-j~ befoj-

ia and
5be to
e near

future. "
Mrs. Elepa Dobb 'omanton
came over yesterday ..ay a little
while with. relatives-f .4
Mr. H. W. Lewis -d. daughter
Miss Hassie ret.urned-iome on Sun-
day, after a visit With friends at
Mrs. Fortson of Atow tum, Aia.,
-. *t -
arrived on Sunday a pis a guest
at the home of her 4fi ds, Capt
,and Mrs. P. DeShazs .: -
Mr. Geo. Drurnmou nd daugh-
ter, Miss Willie, whppit several
weeks in St. AndrenviIvtiting rela-
tives and enjoyed i measuress of
our beautiful bay, lf- the train
for Jacksonville, w. ~theey will
spend a short time, Pe return-
ing to their home i anta, Ga.
Miss W. Drummondis chvrm;nr

.d"Lert for
t, Andrews
4. California
seturne i to
ker, where
'that while
be good
bose to re-
flicien t at-
to orsake
Bay in the
a home

f Vernon,
urer, vis-
st week,
.e of the
is candii-
ttofice of

a inr the

'at/ The
pleased to
Sally -those

t. for their
wa, by way
*-' The Dr.
fa'l and build
purchased in

oved some ot
to Southport,
'ill join hinm



ut Alcohol
ut AJcohol
ut Alcohol

A Blood Purifier

A Great Alterative Without Alcohol
A Doctor's Medicine Without Alcohol
Ay6r's Sarsaparilla WithoutAlcohol

SWe publish our formulas
T We b -** alool

Layer's Pills are liver pills. They act
directly on the liver, make more bile
secreted. This is why they are so valu-
able in constipation, biliousness, dys-
pepsia, sick-.headacihe. Ask yourdoctor
f he knows a better laxative pill.
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young lady and made hosts. of
friends, who wili miss her and hope
for her early.return.
Mr. R. M. Baker was down from
the homestead at Viaksburg yester-
day and was a business caller at
the Buoy office.
Mr. A. D. Weller. manager of the
Bay Fisheries Co left on a busi-
ness trip Mo)'nday.
Mrs. VW. Fleming and daughter
of Blakelv, ;Ga.. who have been
here before: are at home at the
Oaks, they came for the benefit, of
the young lady's health.

Marches and Marches.
A schoolteachef in u suaull town es o
sonime of George Ellnt's w.'-ri ; iii,1la:"
ed ir the window or tie "l enrI'
store" mind went In to Ilniulrt It' tilt
h.l **. Middleniar.-h." I.
-No. we htin t-. t th'it.' .ild the r.'d
t k,-i-ad 'lrl i i.e t:1ivr ,i ,< -rk. "bl:
.e lave I,,Is of 4a!ers. \Vll uone of
,.Ua.ng' do'?'
The Demon of the Air
is the Germ of la grippe. tha;, breath-
ed In, brines suffering to thousands
Its after effect. are weakne-s, nervous-
ness, iack of appetite, energy and am-
bition,. with disordered liver and kid-
neys. The greatest need then is Elec-'
trh, Hitters. the splendid tonie, blood
oarifler and regulator of stomach. liver
and kidneys Thousands have proved
that they wonderfully strengthen ti-.e
nerves, build up the systenrf and restore
health and good spirits after an attack
of grip. If sufferiia., try them. Only
50c. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed ov
A H. Brake and Gianer Mercantile

?NUN" 02Pr 'i-VM Vlt 1r /i .E~lO' 'nr)
U. S Land Office at Gailn-sville. F
November 211, 1909. (
Ndlice is hereiy given that Sallie A.
HeiphlI.ll. whnso reosloffice aidiross i?
Vernon, Florida, did on the 27th day of
December, 1909, file in this office Swoi n
Statement and Applicnti n. No. 06332', to
purchase the inet of ne} sec. 23, township
I ort:th. rang 14e I est, Tillah.asee Me-
ridIIn, and l.e- limier theraoa, under
lhe provisions ofiha net of June'3, 1878.
and nets amendalory. k U.own ,as IIhe"Tim-
ler and Stone Law," at such'value afi
inihirt be fixed by appraisement, and t h.u,
pai sant to such applica ion the lailnd a ni
limlpr thereon haivo bien apprai-ed, it
One Hundred and Sixty Dollars. the lanm-
her estinnted at 10it ,l0i0 ionard feet a'
$1.50 per M, and the land .$1).00; Ihat
aiii auplipcatit will offer final proof in &tip-
pnrf ofhler nppli'atiui and sworn stlale-
mouti on Ihe 10thI dir of June. 1910. bo-
fore -he elei k of the circuitt court at. Ver-
non. Floiida,
Anay person is at lileryit to contet this
pu r.hlase Ief., r entry, or ini'i-ie a con-
e-t at any time before patent issues, lay
filing a coir boratldi affidavi t in this of-
fi'-e, alleging fact- which would dcleatt
the en'ry.- HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.

Cfe" se"' and beautifies the hair. I
IH ll' Proniott- a luh,liani growth. I

.. -"' ----~ I .U--- -CM Zsalp) U*i'avit & hair muing. |
Mr. 1BS('andi 3I g pn i-Ts |


The LeadI Drug Store

Knowing drug: s, is of course, the most important
feature of our busines&I it has not taken all of our time to knot
drug values. We kqo value oft TOILET bErit'ACjlI We
know h6i tot-j nid rd7' .

Test the FrQr :f Our i i


Examine Our Waters

They are unsurpass !i-,permanency .
ann delicacy of odor.' keel) a corn- -
plete assortment of .f *ost delicate
domestic and imports ierfumes and I
Toilet Waters throug.ttl our entire l !
Toilet Goo parimen.t
The most fastida toi is pleased.
We have a consignnf4 'f Toilet Soups, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for tht
Bath that come nearer perfectionn than an we ev-ersaw. Toilet Soaps free
from impuritiis ove nofto be fund everywhere. We have there. If you want
anytiling- in this line,b-6e is the place to set it.
TOILET POWDg S--rThe attention of all ladies who e re to ha0yeand 1.r
tain a beautiful curmpleloq a soft and healthy white skin, is ia l!ed to oar line
of delicate powders andt.jnplexion bautiilietrs. Pro'.ect t he open pores of the
skin from dirt, wind arnd w st by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
oilet is complete with Ut dust of Jaintly scented )powdri ovir the neck and
face. Tooth Powders, fOSs. sWaihe.s, (Cosnetics and Rogues of every descrin-
t.ioi. Tooth Brushes,. aik Brushes, Comh-i, Manicure -ets. and all the little
toilet requisites soesseintl to comfort,,. health "hd beauty are to be found here
in endless variety, R tlable U ERRB R fifOOnl In thisde-
partmentour stock is co rlete. ** l Our goods
Our goods are the beat akes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PAT T ZCMDICINES in demanp
A. H JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.


A Strong Tonic Witho
A Body Builder Witho


A. H. Brake

G E N ER A,-L--e A4





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W. 1. Milton. John Dillhn, Joht Mifton, III.
Prosidebt Vice President. ScctTene. i

Milton Land and Investment Co.

CAPITAL, ;I200,60 .

. Buy. Sell and Deal in Real Estate, Notes. Stocks,
i BJnds: ets.
Fire, Ac:-ident, Burglary and Fidelity Insurance.
Lend an 1 Borrow Money,' both as principal and' s..
:ge it.
Secure Court. Official and other Bond Receive,' Hold and Disburse Money and act as Trustees
and Aents tor Others.
By Special Xgreement will Lend Molney for Othersbon
Approved Security and Guarantee its Renaymnflt.
John M Dillon, John Milton, j., W RH Watsonft
W. H. Watson, John Milton. II HI H. Lewis. '
J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. ]Itsell, .
W. H. Milton
ddressi WV. H. MILTON. ieidif,<
Marianna. %.orlda.
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Real Estate





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** ,' FLA


Dry Goods, Clothing, fHats

Shoes, Groceries, Hardwasre,

Paint, Salt, "

Boat Supplies; :


A Thrilling Sport.
At Walki:.. ii;e :,.m., uf surfboat-
Ing for p .asui-,. t, re is n.. dager-
oiis rerpf. l1; ( i'J -,Ut': Pa,-lrtic
Sufteu ie i. t s. uo liie.. :;io ash re
,.I '-pc.-prd .,i I dde. The
....... ... . the edge of
the reef and drop down upon the
hard cural pt-ri.iudiu maly, covering
the reef for the time being with about
two feet of rushing water. The canoe
that iust jump this reef places It-
self bel,'e a wave. every one pnad-
(lies for dear life. and If the boat does
not touch i.ural. but Is held suspended
uutil a c.i;.'Iou of water rushes onil
ward to rr.-ive it, the jump is suL-
cessfuilly -uegutliated. the reef is
er.-id. aud"there Is but a two mile
p.iLle ..ru's the quiel lugoou to the
sanudy bhaeh. If'thie bhow of the canoe
does tti-lj tile voail on the down leap
th,.re s a sbhattrtring of the dugout.
and its o-ui>lni(ts are w nt flying in
every direc-tifin. One nhicht hlighli at
ili; ait \\'..il iki. i ihe ir, l el-re are uoi
shairk.. li Lut lu theb sioulb seas.-

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Ft Care 'Back.
'ljoba Avrrinzghs. th~ ttwlhft
dined with mo o ow.. tagbI.#:: Wt d~ V w
071ne editor oP eYtk tdnmn
mny gueqys vr~l f *,llyoug fta~rwiroii*rtef
ofth ieO w selifX ~ e~lkf~
story aliotit bp jzP toilet ,'t'if I
He said he wa. Ni g -f 0 ito I if* f. 8j~y
in his new Ibool'. M.r. H'ewro.uzif-aL6it
a dry taugh, io n it 'I ,-),&
"'Let ime tloliYomall abut dr af. s
story is quite a4s autahPerj,W.;!S tiW(11 't
one. And It tihoud do for youth "wd
"Thre vent-ratylei stVsleut puainamd Lila
pressliely. Ilhv a .lhl:
"*'A Whrigi.'Jd 111 hd. a vat
that age haireridr(I-4--ud 14l14-44. .111(t
they put It tout rt, Its ik uu,*Cev bj* fta'* aud
of! cbloroforui. Ttrey bfirmits~i li aD',
garden and. planted ft r posmI4:t (.1 .t,
Its rewailus. lii. tjvt *lilia. .*I
millar scra~tct-Iinig ,oi'k tbaa,,lto Olie
front dour. am al 'thvrp', ;I Im;i4ha~t t
Waiting to h1K. ;4 1,. with (1Wo r.-
bush under it.4 saiu."

ly"m Tai

Ill I - _L-. _-

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Not a Nature Student.
be was not a nature student, and
when she saw a sparrow on the side-
walk, evidently too young to -fly and
tod badly frightened even to hop, she
did not know exactly what to do for It.
8he did not know how it had got there.
where Its parents were or what relief
measures would be advisable. All she
could do In her perplexity was to keep
the group of boys who had gathered
around it from harming It and to see
it ay of them could suggest a course
of action, for llse was well aware that
In tbeee days of nature study the ve-
riest school Infant knows more about
birds and their like than many an old-
er person.
Presently a big boy pushed through
the group, looked at the bird kindly.
then stooped and took It up. She was
;nuch relieved. "Will you take care of
1?" she asked him. "Sure!" he re-
oponded, with Inelegant emphasis. She
iwas anxious that it should have the
beat of care, so she suggested helpful-
ly. P"Better give it a little milk."
The by @tared. Then he grinned;
then he yelled. "Milkl" he roared.
"Milk! Ha,. milk!" Then he streaked
-, up thei9treet. carrying the, bird care-
fully in hal hands and derisively ejac-
ulating, "Milkr'
Her face flushed as she went on her
way, and she was heard to murmur to
Sbeeif: "Now, I wonder why be laugh-
do. Very unmannerly, I'm qure."-New
Tork Pwes. '

Curious Village Names.
There-is Dorset a group of villages
'wfch la home form or other have as
their eponym their stream In whose val-
S' they are situated. The stream is
asmed Puddle, and the villages bear
the names of Puddle lonton. Puddle-
town. Tulpuddle. Affpdddle, Turner's
uPaddle and Bryan's Puddle. One Is
ppwluded of the riddle about the letter
"i," Some. like Queen Mary. "have
It before;" some, like King William.
"have It behind." Poor things, poor
thfbgS! "The Inhabitants of these vil-
lages,' says, Marcus Dimedale, who
writes to the Cornhill Magazine on
S"English Village Names." "sent to a
Former postmaster general-if I am
rightly Informed, Cecil Ralkes-a re-
quest that they might be allowed to
change their names and replace them
with more euphonious substitutes
which they obligingly supplied. Back
came the official reply, curt, overbear-
-..-. lg, laexorable. 'Puddle you are, and
puddle you must repalin!"

SDr. Hele's Day.
Dr. Hale and the late Bishop Hunt-
ington of New York were fast friends.
P9b latter bad been a Unitarian, and
bs shift caused a sensation, says, the
Christian Register. The Episcopallans
S have svaluts asesigped to the various
days In the year. When an Eplsco-
pallan minister writes a letter on any
4ay-for wbieb there is a saint be al-
ways writes the name of the saint at
the close of the letter Instead of the
lte. Bbfhop Huntington learned all
these thingsquickly and began to prac-
We them at once. The first time 'he
batd oesion' to write to- his old friend
Dr. .ale after joining the church ho
placed "St. Michael's day" after his
p .gature. 4A reply from the doctor
,tw*m q.nd ifter his name. he had- writ.
.: ten In a fIon hn W'
.a '
v AUttis AvJkiard.
'"Neawslgdness must be very em-
arraishin at times." remarked a
"rooklyn, resident to ab acqualhtance
thus afflieted. "The other morning.
Sfle example, a man addressed me on
L crowded bridge trolley, and in the
course 'of couversatiou he roundly
abused a chap whose political and
busine as methods he disliked equally.
S In. fact. be binmue acutely pcrsonalm
1a bl denunclatJon.
"Before he left the car be was in-
fQtrmned by a frkind near hit' that I
Swaa the unm he had bIeen alsiniit. It
didn't worry me at all. but it must
b9ue been a hit disconcerting for him.
don't yuu thinkl':"-New bork Globe.

:. The 8un.
It has wen sttteetid tha no otne has
:y. rer seein bthe suU. A series of cou-
e. treic shells envelops a nucleus of
i which we-know nothing except that It
S\ Iltiut be infinltely hotter than tlieilerc-
S eat furnace and that it must amuouut to
more thani nine-teuths ut ithe solar
=. - Ra's. Tlhai nuclens im the real sun.
firever hidden' from us. The onuter-
q:niMrt nf tbe eovelkplng shells is about
'.Q00 milles thh-k and is called the
salueasphert," It ts a-gaseous flood.

Prompt Rebuke,
"Orlando.. if.mlfmuftn't put yonr arm

'.,. ariud sw waEi.,"
,-r Whjy. dlirlanai. It's been there for
145f an o r '." '
S."WPt. t. didn't notice it till just
atiW.'I'-C4g o Tribune.

F4 I id Not Hesitate.
You must rest." said the specfatist
S ,te4r kuhwljg thumping of the pop-
'--Jar p3 r'B 'persoti. "You will be
Sit word tii three mouths un-
lui" oua tabrolfd and'fake a com-
.ete rest."
P'b. thip I'll go abroad at once," re.
a" t the tachber quite IAnocently.-
Xo s Companion. .

". '. -' tay In Still Life.
:'"; "Tb a," said the artist,, who -wa
owlaiHa vtitor through his studlo,.
*IN a study in still life."
Btil re" echoed the vlmhtor in as-
it6tai mett. "Why. it lohks like the
portmrt of a man."
"YeL." exidatned the artist, *It Is a
:crrat*tof Mri3. Eupeck's husbahd."-
- -. ^I5igC5Xews.

6reat Scheme.
"I'm going to marry a girl tyin years
chlder thlai l-amn,' mays the philosopher
et folly. "lt, that I (an rttcbh flp with
her by the tlttie I'm ttfty.Y'-Cleveland.

It ia an aintlnabile thing for a man
v e rnmment himielf.-f-Storne.

they d@8yucamin for them,." Dr. B. IX. Devore,
Rave Blek. Vm wi~tes: 14"They give'univerasastisal-
fteUms." Dr. EL D.'Mae004 O1ksburs, 5!ean.. writes:
to & m apatlh of 23 years I hiave found no remedy to
*qut7UT"-Fawn, SGo 63S. mpies-'re. -Sold.

WLaid nL Ahdrew's Raiy Di. rW. 6.Mith'Iell

Bloodhounds to Halt an Uprising.
Storm swept Jamaica was in 1738
the scene of a rising of the negro
plantation slaves. At first there were
brushes between the soldiers of the
Island gnrrison and the insurgents, and
lives were lost on both sides. Then
the commander, General Walpole, be-
thought him of having 100 dogs trained
to track slaves brought from Cuba.
These powerful and savage brutes.
misnanted bloodhounds, were really of
the mastiff tribe, says the London
Chronicle. After being muzzled they
were led to the position taken up by
the malcontents. General Walpole
sent a message to the slaves threaten-
ing to unmuzzle and unleash" the anj-
mals If they did not surrender. The
negroes. who had shown'themselves
to be by no means afraid of the bul-
lets of the military, were now. mad
with terror. They threw down their
arms and gave in. Remarks a con-
temporary historian of Jamaica. "It is
pleasing to observe that not a drop of
blood was spilled after the dogs ar-
rived In the island."

Finding His Bride.
In one part of the cahton of Ticino,
In Switzerland, a very quaint marriage
ceremony prevails. The bridegroom
dresses In his "Sundny best" and, ac-
companied by as many friends and rel-
atives as he can muster for the fete.
goes to claim his bride. Finding the
door locked, he demands admittance.
The Inmates ask him his business, and&
In reply he solicits the hand of his
chosen maiden. If his answer be
deemed satisfactory he Is successive-
ly introduced to a number of matrons
and maids, some perhaps deformed
and others old and ugly. Then he is
presented to some large dolls, all of
which he rejects with scorn, amid gen-
eral merriment. The bewildered bride-
groom, whose impetuosity and temper
are now sorely tried. is then Informed
that his ladylove is absent and In-
vited In to see for himself. He rushes
Into the house and searches from room
to room until he finds her in her bridal
dress ready to go to church. Then are
his troubles over and his state as a
benedict assured.

Wanted-An Interpreter.
It was a case of assault, and the lit-
erally downtrodden wife was laying
her grievances before the magistrate.
"He started by giving me a biff on
the nut," explained the angry com-
"My good woman," rebuked the mag-
istrate, "you mustn't talk like that
here. I suppose you menu he gave
you a blow upon the head."
"Yus, yer washup.- An' then 'e trici
ter do me iu by chuckii' 'Is 'l'n-cey bos
at me."
"By which I presumme you mean," In
terposed the justice of the peace se-
verely. "that he tried to injure you
by precipitating his box of tobacco at
you. Pray proceed and avoidhl slang
and Inform the court what other In
juries he Inflicted upon you."
"Well, then. he-er-he*"-
"Come, come!" snapped the maniis
trate, really beginning to lose' his tern
per. "Don't waste the time of tb.
The Ill used wife looked ab,,ut her
- "Excuse me, yer-- washulp." shu ex
*-lalmr.el nt length. "but I a.'as wonder
In' what wns the pet unmue in this "'r-
court for a 1.iff on the jih!"-I.oudomn
Ansi.t eris.

A Disappointing
Deaneo Stephen Pot
aloneers of Utlica. N.
f great ecroutrlclty,
-lIir;te'ter "The deaco
,ruth ,iad shame the d
;:ild of hlim

ter. one of the
Y wis a mant
but high moral
n will speak the
evil." was often

On one oeanslon'a friend was en
-aged lu a lawsuit in regard to some
and a few miles from Utlea. Hle held
the lan d at a high price. During tih,
trial he callil Deacon Polter ah a It-
uess to prove how valuable the land
was. The deacon was sworn and
.isked if he knew the land.
"Yes." he replied. "I know every foot
of It."
'.What do you think it worth, Mr.
Potter?" was the next question.
The old man paused a moment and
then said slowly. "if I had as many
dollars-as my yoke of oxen--could
draw-on a sled-on ginze lce-I vow-
I would not give-a dollar an acre f
Itl"-Youth's Companion.

Flag Proportions.
In the United States flag the width
of a stripe Is invariAbly half the length
in inches of the flag's longest measure-
ment. For example, In a flag ten feet
long the stripes should be five Inches
wide. Accordingly the flag would have
a width of five feet five Inches. or thir-
teen times tlvPe Inches. The field
should be of navy blue bunting meas-
tiring seven stripes deep and extending
two-fifths across the length of the flag.
'here should be forty-six stars on the
field, arranged In six rows, beginning
with eight, the two middle rows hav-
'ing elghlt and (be last row eight and
the scl-hr tri,wi seven. 'The s Fze of the
star at, Its widest ineasuremnent should
be smuh iTuit oeur-half of its own width,
'will seliratpe t from iLe next star..
FlagI may be made In .11l sizes, but
thp 'niove prtlortt iOus should be pre-
,,rved.-l'hlladdplphla 'ress.
Method goes far to prevent trouble In
business, for It makes the task easy.
hinders confusion, saves abundance iof
time and instructs, those Ihat have
business depending what to do and
what to hope.

oA Sts, Ca ndT ReREVr for SrPsDssrs MWmrTrATImO.
EEYt!R KNOWN TO FAIl. SafeI Sure' Speedy I sBts.
Gcon uaranmeed or Moaey Refunded. Sent prepai4
ot (.00 per box. Will send them on trial, to be paid for
whe relieved. Samples Free. If your i ruggiat does not
have them send your orders to the 4

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

A Queer Ornamment.... I Ancient Greek Training.
Some years ago we found in a secret The mA nnern In whi-b the Athenians
drawer of a pearl embroidered work- brought p their children 1.- worth re-
box three locks of hair fastened to menibermr At st-vi years of age (the
small enamel heart shaped mounts, Athenla lad tint:-rId the lialestra.
with silver eyelets. Two were Inscrib- which .s eas-tithlyiv a 1piuvygroundl
ed "R. C. obt 16th April, 1664," "R. O. All the -. and better half of the day
1664." The third had no inscription al was spe In gymnastics. dnnclng.
all. In this box I now keep an en.- games play. In the afternoon.
graving of a portrait of Elizabeth there we going, some writing, some
queen of Bohemia, which plainly shows reading, ia the open air. amid then
lhe curl of hair in her left ear, attach. came a Io erlod of play ,,gain. Such
ed to a pearl earring. The painting. bywas the s lln of the Greek hLd up
Gerardil Honthorst, was engraved by 0. to the ag lten or eleven, and It dl
Vertue.r eleven. and It did
When I showed these hair earrings not dlffer ntiaily up to rthe age f
to a gentleman of some considerable sixteen, tIn the severity of the
learning he Informed me-that an uncle exercises d yet the world has not
of Anne, wife of King James I.. was ceased to. arvel at the results of the
atflleted by a malady, still prevalent In Greek cation. It produced the
Poland and some parts *f Russia. highest e of man. physically and
which consists of a growth of hbir and intellect y, that the world han ever
tiesi pendent from the ear. on which seen, wh Galtqn says was as far in
It 1:< dangerous to opernae owing to the advance fhe modern Engilshiniin as
liprfu.s., heunorrhaige which ensues. lie the moid Englishmani is In ad'lamice
ad-lhel that In consequence of this roy of the e Africnn. In phlyslinl
al Ilitinuity a fashion arose in the six beauty, rage and patriotism. In
teenth and seventeenth centuries of philosophy literature. arehileeture and
weorlinI locks of hair pendent from art. the- weeks have been the unRur-
the left ears. I bheleve there is a por- passed m 8 of the ages anid are still
triit of a Stuart lady still at Hamn the Insl lt of our schools today.
lliise so adorznd.--London Notes and But tih a."Ped the emnphnl.s upon
Qtl'h.s*. hygiene, erclse. games inid play.
which r.much neglected In these

I% I i I.tL.
Most per' .1-:- l-tlle \ e Slevenson's
verses f v t'1,jildi-ha i iny'. without cor-
rection oi amleinln nt, safirely be placed
in ,the Pnnds or the imlpressionable
youngster without curruiptllnh either
his morals or his EnglgIsh. But Ilhere
are some who think otherwise. says an
Little Alice's mother. hnving tnught
the child to say. "Time to rIse." In
which "the birdie with a yellow bill'"
figures, the child announcMd that she
meant to reelte it to her teacher.
"Well, and what did Miss I'rlim say
to 'the birdie wilh a yellow bill?'"
asked Aliie's mother when the little
girl returned from school.
"She says it Is quite n pretty hounghi
But this is the way she makes uie say
it now, mamma:
"A birdie with a yellow bill
Hopped upon the window sill,
Cocked his shining eye and said.
'Are you not ashamed, you sleepyhead?' "
"But that was not the way the birdie
said it, Alice," the mother reunion
"No, mamma; I know. But teacher
says it Isn't good Englisb to say.
'Ain't you 'shamed, you sleepyhead?' "

"I'i-,i',' \.'i,, wrl,,' be I.' lna. letters
.- i, in.' ,,, i. tr.ler itn." said a
'1 1 ,, .'[,, .':! "I hl.v r,'tlind n e of
-1 'nIi,,' ri.'-', .f" m,1- ..1ii A young
amIl ,I i:. I' fr hIl ii I II' I '';! 1 1 it :1 *'cl tage'. iHe
S I, u~ u ".l '1 vI i'ork V.ell. h lien he
i' t'O t:0. h.:rt :1- yT,'mu I nun. said
..,a .I. 1. 1I sI. ress;:
"~nI lI'. 1, i 11: Ivre 'een Imot attend
'",, r wwi ,nluina *y sill\ here.'-
-" l!.I 1: I -nl. '-r: thIail k yyou very
.iu t "'iithl the lidv.
~- t-." i:tl;hi-d. i Ihe< young main
,\ a i ii- 1,tn iienit autlelilve- and
om enly yo.n. tint every body-every
H- 'l\ iTilthe Ii.ouse. if I may say so-
1w- hiti 11 i:'-it pterse' 'rlngly attentivi-.
-o ine i i( v :li'd mtvihig t. anil, n intdnni. tt
* -.'\w v.v all-rc -i.oiItJou I ini gulug I -
*'hl r ,I Ii lhall- res nt.' -
** i,
jin4l I a ml'luhl. I'Xiip ltant mIille lit, up
ier 'fa.-e. Theii the yourig iuan thrust
o it l r ,xlenided hand n packet of In
-.i-i powder and retired hastily."

Puzzling Orchid Imitations,
Or. lid Imitations are a puzzle to
*l-.muir .s hil-irs. The whole appear-
-nce otr ite Hflower is suggestive of
-oi iiii'-. someItli es to quite a re-
-1in: liiille ihl gr'e. It does ot seeii'
1*. to thail aiy real purpose that
iuill I-e serv'il by this resemblance.
m\,. no oinw iimgninlues that it cat be
Sl:hliAll. Any onlle who knew uf the
St. onl Ii1.1. a native of Europe, and
Atn iciipi it for the first time would
-t i,. '1. r-.gnize It. It seems to be
I ;m. *tlvely hirown bain 'd lbee
-i:;:iitpi|l \ with yellow. The two pet-
Is nii,.'!,t h e-v well for the wings of
1.' I1' -i.'t. Iu tihe ceoler of the lip of
Il.I il'v or'hkl there is a small bluish
i.'o li!e thlie hied'y of a fly. The two
.11it, i. i 1 rls ir slender and curiously
ikl ilie nitrrinaoe of an Insect. The
v'l.'h lt, i i,!n is coiui)lete and sug-
IS-'. it thl, iStIiml glan,-e that a few
'r t|i:.?ing on the slew of sonime
1,,, \'iih has cast Its (lowers.-Chi-
;t :,o 'i' l uii1'"
The Englishman.
Just as there is no being more dis-
liked In his own country than the Ox-
ford man who displays what is (most
unfairly) described as the Oxford man-
ner. so there is nobody who dbes more
hnrm to our good name abroad than
the Englishman who carries his insu-
r conmiceit all over The continent-his
evident bellef that the people, the
country nud (he Institutious under his
conde,'enditng review are obviously
and painfully Inferior tc those he has
left behind him. That is the sort of
optinmlm which has to be kicked out
of a man before he becomes-a tue r-
able citizen of the world.

The Sound Sleep of Good Health.,
SThe restorative power of sound sleep
can not be over estimated and any ail- -
ment that prevents it is a menace to
health, J, L. Southers, Eau *Claire,
Wis., says. "For a long time I have
bev-n unable to sleep soundly nights;
because of pains across my back and
soreness of my kidneys. Mv appetite
was very poor and my general condi-
tion was much run down. I have been
taking Foley's Kidney Pills. but a short
time and now sleep as s6und as a rock.
I bat 'nd enjoy my meals, and my gen-
eral condition is- greatly improved. I
can honestly recommend Foley's Kid-
ney Pills as I know they have cured
me." Sold by all druggists.

OLdren ONEre o opiateR
ror c&iUdrens eafe, sere. No opiate*

days. -iI City Star.

.Maid's Chance.
tu- 1 a .... i uvtumi.ll ci


I qulme


One I
Mr. V
le vrit
I was q

-*M ,.fnidp ; P
t" replied the man stern-
rsoi awho takes that *um-
ive-ae take me."
,.'stand that to be a pro-
rrlau or a threat?" In-
-Iss sWeetly.-Philadelphia

is Ptovilsions,
i vi', $ r' tlih w sllorer just
f ,.-. :1 '.t lille tb,'' e

I|.H t: !:rsf,, I r, l .* l :1-1 <1

let Who Was Ciuaed-
Adlame is his name and
it. it.-"Some time ago
to my bed with chronic

rheumatw I used two bottles of 'o-
ley's Ki emedy with good effect,
and the Ir bottle put me on my feet
and Ices work on the Lexinilon,
Ky., Str;4t lway. It gave me more
relief tha medicine I have ever
used, add it ill do all you claim in
cases of .4 atism."- Folev's Kidney
Remedy i rheumatism by stimu-
lating thetur acid in the blood. *Sold
by all duga -ts.


U. S and

NotI i c (-.
H em p1:111
Ve rnoni,',


her estffn:i'
$1.50 peit.
sa i d " 11 "e
porf of h.e,

tore heS Ofb
nou, Flold -
Ally para0
ptirvhaiie I.

filing it corr!,i

lceat Gatnesville. F I
ovemher 26. 1909.
leiely gimen that allied A.
hbbse postotflice adrogss is
rida,did on the 17th da' of
109, file in this oltie Awoi n
SApplicatil n. No. 0633., tu
ie' 'if nei sec. 23, towi.shlip
14 w'est,&Tillaha'pee Me-
hp tinmber thereoin, under
aii act of' June [i, X78.
',-'ltowni as iht&'"Timn-
t';"i-" at suchlyalue as
_.appratisemncit, and thai,
application fhe land and
h- nve beon appraised, ait
tid Sixty Dollars, the iiim-
at 1011,000 0 hoard feet at
stand the. land $10.00; that
will offer final,proof in tup-
Pplii'etiun and swornM sale-
bh diy of01 Jul, io. 1911. Ie-
of the circuitt court at Ve r-

a at lil'erty to cQnutet this
e entry., or ihi'ial;e.a c.iii-
tu before patent issues, by
rantd atli.ta'it ii, this of-
nact-. which would eiltuats
NRaY S. UUnB, Regisler

U. 'S. Land pce at Gainessville, Fiuriha,
-. April 2nd, 19119.
Notice i rhOv given that Jolhni J.
,Johiieun. o' o-itb.y, Florida., ho, on
Jau lary 28t ij1909, mde H'mueisiend
Entry, eri u lumber i 1114 t7) for e'. of
Le.!' Atn ei 8, se-t cicliu l 1, lowni ltip
3 soulh, ran 17 west, Tnllahaseee M.:-
ridiin, has d iinotice of intention to
make final c. utation prone to )etah-
lish clain jt e and above deterilied,
before th k of I lie- circuit courl, at
ernon, i'o on the 12th day of May.
1910. C6l4i l noimesn as milnessei:
AmoA o ,ell, Bun an Potter, R.C.
\Walsh ang ton Aliniison, all oft VV l-
Ibay, FPoil
a .v NIL S. CHUBB, Rigist(r.

E ctric

Succ hen everything else fails.
In n us prostration and female
-we asei- they are the supreme
re os anshave.testidfied.,
it .best medicine ever sold
druggist's counter.

Sfor backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and ur ary irregularities.
Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigo. Refuse substitutes.
sI 1i s- A .1 ... U ..,... .1 r u I A tnverieta

The Leather of the Egyptianso
The ancient Egyptians were skilled
In the art of tanning leather and man-
ufactured It in various ways and for
various purposes besides that of fur-
nishing covering for the feet. Indeed.
It is to those builders of the pyramids
that we are indebted for the first artis-
tic forms of footwear, and, so far as
can be ascertained from history and
the 'researches of archaeologists, the
Egyptians were the first shoemakers
who were worthy of that name. It is
a fact, too, that tanners of today em-
ploy very much the same methods
as did the ancients. About the same
materials are used, and the processes
are almost precisely similar to those In
vogue hundreds of years ago. It Is
true that tanners of the present day
have found a means of greatly shorten-
ing the time required to convert a hide
Into leather and that steam power and
modern machinery have done much to
expedite and improve the processes of
finishing the leather; but, after all, the
principals of tanning remain the same
nas they hive been from the first.-
I.L!duau C loube.

ITe kicked off his wet hoots. slid his
tired feet Into a pair of carpet slippers,
lit his pipe, sat down In the easy chair
with a slh of relief andldeclared that
twenty thousand wild horses couldn't
make him stir from the house till
"Henry."- remarked theo l.dy with the
knitting needles. "you posted that let-
ter I gave you this morning, I sup-
".I dId. my love," he answered un-
"I uaked ma to postpone her visit for
awhile." his wife went on. You see"-
IIenry did see. His wife saw too.
What she saw was the tired man jump
from his chair. kirlk off his slippers,
put on his boots and skip out Into the
street as if rain was the very thing he
liked wading through.
.And when, five minutes later, Henry
came back with a tale that he'd just
been to see how the thermometer out-
side the.postoffice stood she smiled.-
London Scraps.

A Good Reason. .
"Pa's a great admirer of the secret
ballot system."
"Because it affords him a great
chance to say afterward that he voted
for all the winners."-Judge.

A Nice Bird.
"Do you like a nice bird?"' asked the
host as they sat down to the table.
"Oh. yes!" responded the guest im-
mediately and enthusiastically.
"You ought to call on my sister." ex-
plained the other. "She's got one of
the finest canaries you ever saw. Well.
what kind of a sandwich do you think
you can eat'?"-London Telegraph.

An Arbitrary Classification.
"So you think every patriot has a
more or less clearly defined ambition
to hold public office?"
"Yes." answered Senator Sorghum.
"As a rule,- patriots may be divided
Into two classes-the appointed and the
disappoilted."-Washington Star.

Badly _Expreesed.
."For heaveu's sake, be careful with
that rifle, nma!" exclaimed a musketry
Instructor. "You just missed me that
"DI lI. sergeant? I'm awfully sorry"
res ed the indifferent marksman.-
Lou b iFun.

It Quieted Mother.
The house was all paid for. Mother
was exultant. Jubilant, reiterative.
"Say, mother," burst out six-year-old
Paul eagerly, "print it on your cards,
mother, print it on your cards!"-De-

The Usual Thing.
'"" t's the proper thIng tt a wed-

"Wish the pair happiness and tell
everybody else there's no earthly
chnuce for it."-Louisville Courier-

There Is a pnrn]dox in pride-it nmkes
sonie men ridiculous. liut prevents
othrst from becomul:g so.-Colton.

Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right

30x50 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the more important
building)-is (of great value to any-
one oontemllating piuicliaihg pro-
art) in town. It covers ab,,ut four
alilc f coast line, cxteiln in'it easr
a .I fromin Dyei't Poii .t to ain. 1 m-
ibracing Old St. An..Irop with cr.-
rfiopondiing territory inu ainl. I'iir,.
(t'ne Dollar, at the BU11Y Uflice.

Slowing all the lay.ds.ndiAposed! of by
,lie Cincinnati ConIpaniy, also tocate'-
Harrisou, Parker, Crommaiton an4
adijac Int country. /The plat of :'ie
lots is not shown. bint hy t.e aidl of
this map the approximate location of
iy 'lejt is easily determined. Price,
Fifty Cents, at the Buoy Office
Eithermap will be sent by mail to
uivn address or, receipt of the prices

Our Clubbing List.
The BUO110 has made very I)eral clih
iling arrangements with a few ofthe very
oest publications in the country -and for
the present can send for a v-,olp year
The BUOY and
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
and Year Book)............. 1 7'
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 8:'
do Semli weeklly,for. 155
Scientific American' .... 3 5
Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 55
Floiida Agriculturist ... I 5.
do clubs of 5. each . .- 2 ?:
Farm Journal, Philad'a. mniiihtlly- 1 17
N.Y.World (thbricea week)... 1 7,5
The Cosmopolitan.............. 1 75
The Criterion................... 1 .0
For any or either of he above pulilica
lions in connection v ith thp BUOY ad.
p-es all orders to HE BUOY.
,' Andreys Fla.

Eminent Authorities Say
that out-door exercise is needed by the
American people. That's all very well,
but how can people with rheumatism
follow that advice? The answer is very
simpln-use Ballard's Snow Liniment
ari, th rneumatism will go; legvlng
you as spry as a colt. Gives qulck-and
permanent relief, from rheumatism,
neuralgia, lame bauk and all pains.
Sold by Guiner Meroantile Co.

Cjoun~frs times -a Horse .RfHoit -
To see hose wben out at pasture
rolling on the ground and endeavoring
to turu over Q bhis back Is a common
sight, but how frarFnjLeople have no-
ticed that In doing this" he .observes
an Invariable rule? The rule Is that
he always rolls over either at the fitst
or third attempt-never at the second
-and more than three attempts are
never made. In other words, if the
horse succeeds in tolling over at the
first try, well and good-that satisfies
him. But if the first attempt Is a fail-
ure the second one always Is. Then
he either rolls quite over at the third
or gives It up. He never makes. a
fourth. If horses are rolling on slop-
ing ground they usually roll uphill.
This is more easy of explanation than
the strange custom regulating the
number of attempts. As to this no
adequate reason has ever been offered.
Will those Ingenious people who tell us
why a dog turns around before lying
down and why ducks walk behind
each other In a string instead of
abreast explain why a horse never
makes four attempts to roll over and
never succeeds at the second?-Ex-

Diseases of Fear.
If you are fntiltel'd with an unreason-
able fear of anii thing do not waste
time being nshiminad of yourself; hurry
at once to a doctor., advises a writer
in Success Maguazine. A writer In the
Dietetic and Hlygienic Gazette has
compiled a list of fear diseases from
whii it appears thlit everythlug, from
screaming at nlire to hiclnm afraid to
go b'ome in the 4dnrh, Ii a well recog-
uized mental all;neut. The tramp is
in reality a suffr'er from ergophiobla.
or feat' of w.rk. often complicated
with nquipli.il' mil d sap..,phuoba.
which Ink.l hi- shnu:m the bathtub
hiderophobin h I; at .-tr(.rto. h b:,.l caii,
ti id lhdlesi to ,QA inUo t'i cl,.'el wth '11l
It lhuniinlers aniid ti.L Ihtitmv. Ay number
of i t'4'Ple have It :.Ilid di t'l'blus
PhunttiphilMt:i I- ,' 'hit ', n I \.i!d lavre
If you wer at'ri f yl''r siaudow.
while ou all ar.-l''ul unqualified cow-
ard mi-hit I.e c-ilied n ph;lutpihoblac.
The list .Is l,.uv and iiJ iluilts ever
human wca;i.I-,., exccpt the actress
horror of pinlhilllty

The c.cd: of Ham.mtirabi.
T h<- <- .i , .,*. ,"- i' 11 ii n uir rab!'
ut:i.- r i'[. ,li I' <.'irim :;- the-t-ex n
':ilr.I. t n i ,, -if.. ,f lIsl'yh in and is
(. ,1 i; n j ; lI *i f I I lt' I r f illt rv
,ld.- if it' itn s ,, ('it H nf all known
;..,. l It i i e r .-it ;,i b(- ut least
* l kx'!> t s > ,'l.' l. l:r tbc M .:as Ii lay
.:!!.- I; m ani :i *"',i rcl-i;p i l ..v,'r It ib-
S, t. i u t t ,' s ,ir 0 ; u" ;rtl !' *
Ip t .i 'I i.'t .Upi t i l," bel Lpa :a':c -
-i.t [ :.. l il I i,, N- A i. law -is
|' i i 1 [ .) l ,, I ,- J L'l.%'. i- l b r T 'r '.'r
.,I,,,u 1 11 .,.., ,t \w oul .l a|;l,,':r.
hieref- r tl, .t ;: ;, ,ir.h ,e ti ..id
>IL.. th .L n:.IU r u. r n .,uitY.-New
Virk Auh.rli .1.1.

Witness My Hrnd.
In the earl% day.t only a few, schol-
ars knew how to write. It u\as then
customuary to sign a drcuinent by
smearing th1e hand with ink and Im-
premsing It upon the paper- accompa-
nied by the words., "WItnes my
hand." AfterwardJ the suat was Intro-
duced as a substitute for the hand
mark and was used with the" wods
above qult.d, th .two furmintg the sig-
nature. This Is tih origin of the ex-
pression as uFed inu modern documents.

A Touh of. Nature.
Hie was til- wi- r lI,,y in "e-.hodl; she
was thpm.teatlr. r'the wu.- au.:er'ed by
his .tistUhtj>rh.m .: lhnt'was W rliula t. i It"-
took him to theli illt ,,for piKlAshmentl
Angrily she admjiunis urel thei penalty.
and-then somehow 'a great wave of
pity for the boy swept <.mir her -hr
looked at the wi.ru ,..it f I Lie llttlh
fellow. She th'.i. .u uf ;he frailbo.I.
dep lved of niourislitng fe', bh.
thought Of the hard anid l'iveh.ss hiami
and of the starved soul uf' the "poei;
Tears sprang to the tea-her's eye
as the boy waited for further puishl
ment. Then he saw the tears Ill:
own eyes grew moist and .ivterflowed
Thinking of h.ow the poor boy had no
chance, tIn au iupul:se of love she put
her arms around" the boy, aud they
cried together.
That is religion.-"
She and the boy both found it.-Mor-
rill (Kan.) News. *

To Make a Glass Cutter.- d
A glass cutter can easily be made
with an ordinary mapping pen and a
small piece of carborundum or tar
bide of silicon. Cut off a part of the
nib to form f small tube. Fit a cirys-
tal or part of one of carborundum Into
the tube, take it out again and dip one
end in cement and replace it. Next
wind a piece of fine wire tightly
around the tube and part of the handle
and fix it in a notch cut in the latter -
Put It aside for a day to allow the ce



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ment to harden. A glass cutter '
thus will do Its work as well
expensive diamond and a\ de
better than the ordinary w at
A Surprise For the ~ i.
"If the lair of a leopard ,',
says a writer In ibe \fde Wetrld MWag- '
azine. "soupes will generally dislodge
the lurker. I re-all onue ct-asiou when..
a leopard was supposedl to be hI-uted
In a cave nIear (tinlp. The ginis were
placed arout pD .iOsitiu.4 !om

at first. but as more stidilireia -
crashed in .-there eanw 8,. '111;t 4yi
wing and thlen a ro81- 1ILk'tb;W44'M di1~ -~ ,
der the Oldfs. Ili a imorkut the" air
Obore the eaves entranvee gre~w dark.-,..
with- bees: As oue. wan msIuirtipweu
and -gun lipeareft fled for:bV vamnp. 'W
few were slightly stuDI; W~bfI'9~tt A
could reaebh their teuts aind PMt
bees for Rowe luiute esie-ged. Inefedf- .-
ble though Itt maj sound. It IS tbe wTFO.
thnt. although the enrul was ftih v 4 a6.
tnvc serrautst. horaaetL etcL. un,-
ihoqe who bat)1 rennilpwd Ibehit~i~irn
were not es*ieerited Ili the atta(qDq&
The bees' ave were stung:- it. Wt0h& 3- i
eonsdderaki4le twl- before The beil 6M-
a retreat. hat dnrinig all the Milo'
they stayed in Ott camnp It was
tents O~f thiier aggresso~rs exetypsI iy'
round which thpy 1angrIly but.zed."

His Examination Conllludqd. -
In the i~videuce before aprlaei
tary comwiii(ee conrerulng the oppq#1- r;
thin to a railway Hlodge scared it poinV ,
which acccutuates a certain iegaWI1fi
tion with reference to skilled' wilt-
iiesses. Afr
A Scotch, fariner wats- giving hils tew,<
titnony in favor of tbe bill. -
"Is it truP.- said the, wily k. Q. 1. '-
his most deasichiog style. "that yu
sir, jmai~ to Mr. Guild that you ~wer-g~
willinge to give yodr evidence on tbe..
other side if they would pay, .oub -4
"Aye." Raid tIhe pawky farmer, "mud
after fR pause) -lt et fieJs-V pit .1
samne questions to ye-If yo bn# ",*.b et
nfi'cred a Hbigger fee. w-id ye vfa--
blen i uu thIt'her sitle yernFiqITf.
it et kiCle-4igto say thlat'tht 1 )a'.
did W)4,t E'.34IqutIofl the w~thCSi-ifli59;

Pipb; FrozenalyWal-m aspb1lW
It hIs uedrttiui. Fi 1 hoit nun r.r ij
uiiier niii il.ift reere 1AUt
the wiin rIK7p11 that toll'Ow-s:it~

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