Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00121
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 23, 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: VID00121
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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V.Qilchrist; Secretary.
,r, W. V. Knotw.; AtUr-
Irartmel: C~dmpvroIler.
dentof '.iblic Instruc-.
(;omnismiotier of Agri-
Chemist.. R_.:F. R-8;
IAtiditor. Lmtest Amos
i4ord R. Fo,ter.' Rnl-

!e,-eutativP, 'RjL. Ma-
c ')Y f. .A.
in Cung lei e
A4L~a ,br1 .

ivk:s'. i -W S drer.-Sr., T. B.
,D Ganer U.G t.A. i.rake; Posthaster.
'aara Cit-R'e stnbteMrs. Belle Boothe
Depty Sheriff, At Kogeboori.
ia nu (v- justice 0f
the Peace. G, M. B kiares; ConS'.ble. J. H.
S "ler-Postmaster F. M.-Boutelle; Notary
PuKic. W. H. Pa1. r.
., ai' way Po.master, M1. N. Carlisle.
r Allton-Postmnaster. Andrew Allan.
:'?.H M .W s* Bay- Postwastet, ................
R oathport.-PostOmaster, R: Barnett.
Gay- Gay-Posisstess, MAirs. R4Gay.
S head- ostmistre,KNie Newman.
-;"" ". uXek--Posn ter..'J. '. -wler-
S- bttppo-Potmisttress, Mrt Dyer.
SaastlhouOou1t Crnumaf toi- nter. Nora
F a mdale-Postmaster W. F. Woodford.
*' _- RELIGIQUS. -
s Ba tit--hrcian Wyoming ave, and Pearl st.
at- t. Herman S.Htward. p,.mstorprea ching ev-
StY second Sunday morning and evening; uu-
day School everv Sunday at 9 a. .;_ Prayer
esbM ian -st scaal--Ch-hc h Washingtoh Ave
-. er, u dat v Rev. F. W ,iema,,, |pastor.
sbyterian -iCirch corner Lorane.- Ave. and
P- -Drak "St.. Sun-Jay$6 i tc o a 9:3o a. w. every
Sunday. John Sturoc!. Supt. J. H. Round-
., ljc--Church corner Wyoming Ave. and
PFosterA$. I*Nal -
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SParker Lodge No. 142

-Regular Commu-
niecationson the first
^and- third Saturdays
in.ea(h month.
\ Vasiting Brothers
p Mct: ROU6 RSON W. .
Lt:PM PAta SqDgeta t .
fc -L^-~ ~~.-A '. r

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fb^r Stattat La-rge; has jurisdett6on
=RWli Vie aAhs. lace affidavits; legalize
ogeasl'ata, etc.. anywhere in lorida.
abioana given to land conveya m
a ceremony paroimqd -or law.diy
parti- Office at '1he BuoY ffic.

I]ediciAuN Graduate of the Unversity
BanLi, Germany. Chronic Diseases and di.-
Wo"men and Children rmy Specialty.'
:-' Mo- .blic for Slat at L.rge-. solicit official
-- b eass in this jurisdiction.
f._ PIat Bank d( St. Andrews.
S ry Pulic for State a Large. Office attore
.; w --ner" olLoraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
V.. OTial work solicited and given prompt

'. ,"tice.ol the Peace. Dist. No s. Office at re3i-
de ,e in Westl- nd St. Andiews. but carries
bi isea wiLh Wi4ft hi.s bu;ines and is prepared
.5 to apply his juralt to ,in.trfamenl .. wh recr
'R .di tion,. C01*ll ions a specially.

I ._ O y Public for the State of Florida at LR-ge.
09ce at Parker, Vta. ConveianCcing and paty-
ST~t of.taxes for non-reAdent.,, specialties.

'' For Sale!
SWe offer for sale a. strip, from the
-" tm auth side of the -north halt of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
:'c taiWD 4 south, range 14 west, running
From the school house to Watson bayou,
-ad jidintpg Millville on the south. Will be
O.ld In acre, quarter, ,or half-acre lots.
S4i price asked will be according to
.Iom0tton. W. A.- BMMONSI "

Never On ITOl
-egtl.Vy the dauseof your rheuma-
but you know you hkve It. Do
4ABlfst, spfl4'i o .cLlnl-
a" re!I'ves the.paln-
ieS.- the awello' aud .limbers- the
atfte and muscles so that you will be
1K -as-aoti*e and well as vuu ever wore.
r- f 5e50saand,$1,00, Sold by Gaiger
..uiule Co.

-. '.." The Midnight Sun.
*- iTe miduight sun. is uut visible
aduth of the polar circle. It Is above
i tb- hbortiou throughout the twenty-
,'. tour hwurs at BLdo from June 8 to
'. JmUl .- ait Trumso from the 19th of
S Kay to the 22d of July and at the
S'- orth cape from the 12th of May to
the' 209th of July. There are corre-
.f onding periods during Decewber,
S, lu&ftry and November when the sun
Mot seen, but the darkness of the
Wftoter Is by no mneas so great ae
* Ulbt be Imagtoed. 'the whitenese of
S snow and the glimmer of the
or., bern lights make a sort of per-

S. e Makings in Church.,
S. 0'Itevrer knew," said the nervous
i ", 'what an inveterate smoker I
FJ illtuU recently in church, my firetst
fto a long while, I found myself
^ .isbapteafly rolling 'a cigarette. In
.1 bld It rolled apd was reaching
iba.~ch whea A suddenly came tO.
J. badt wa--d Mg-t mAth.

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$1.00 a Year in Advance,
Entered Sept. 3, 1902, at St. Andrews,
Fla., as Second class matter, under
AcL ofConui'r Vess of Earch J, 1879.

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Display adv. rates, 50c..:per inch
per, month. Position, and extra,
ordhran'ry 'conQ ion rates subject
Sto'speif.l agreement. .
"LoeiM Drif,J'.c per line. first in-;

trfitbii .a..graph i. -'Secced with a
-b iepencli it. is a refaider that your
st',bscription has expi're ard tbat two
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that .no break may occur should
von choNre to renew.
Mr. Morton Rynearson; Deputy
Inspector of Motor Boats, for
St. Andrews Bey, has kintdly hand-
ed thh Buoy for publication the
following for the benefit of launch
owners and operators on the Bay.
The motor boats subject to these
regulations shall be divided into
classes as follows:
Class 1. Less than 26 feet in
Class 2. 26 feet or over and less
than forty feet in length.
Class 3. 40 feet and not more
than sixty-five feet in length.
Every motor boat in all weathers
from sunset to sunrise shall carry
the following lights, and during
such time no other tights which
may be mistaken for those pre-
scribed shall be exhibited.
Every motorboat of class 1 shall
carry a white light to show all

around, the horizon; a combined
:In'terhqn the fore part of the-ves-
set and lower 'than the white light
tk2 Kmig green to .stpgboard
anil red to purt, wo fixed as to
throw the light from right ahead to
two points abaft the beam on their
respective rides.
*Every motor boat of class two
and three shall carry a bright
white light on the fore part of the

vessel as near the stem as practi-
cable, so constructed as to show an
unbroken light over an ara of the
horizon of twenty points of the
compass, so fixed as to throw the
light ten points on each side of the
vessel, namely from right ahead to
two points abaft the beam on eith-
er side.' The glass or leas shaii not
be less than nineteen square inches
for Class two; nor than thirty-one
square inches tor class three. Sec-

ond, a white light aft to show all
around the horizon; Third on the
starboard side a green light so con-
structed as to show an unbroken
light over an nrc of the horizon of
ten points of the compass, so fixed
as to throw the light from right
ahead to two points abaft the
beam on the starboard side. On
the port side a red light so con-
structed as to show an unbroken
light over an are of the horizon of
ten points of the compass so fixed
as to throw the light from right
ahead to two *poits abaft the
beam on the starboard side; on the
port side, a ired light o constructed
as to show an unbroken light over
an are of the horizon of ten points
of the compass so fixed as to throw,
the light from right ahead to two
points abaft of the beam on the
port side. The glasses or lens in
the said side lights shall be not less
than sixteen square inches for class
two, nor less than twenty-five
square inches for class three.
On and after July 1, 1911, all
glasses prescribed by these regula-
tions shall be fresnel or fluted. The
said lights shall .be fitted with
screens of sufficient height and so
set as to prevent these lights from
being seen across the bow and shall
be not less than eighteen inches
long for class .two, nor less than
twenty-four inches long for class
Every motor boat shall be pro-
vided with a whistle or other sound
producing mechanical appliance ca-
pable of producing a blast of at
least two seconds duration.
All motor boats carrying pae.

-sengers for hire shalk 1ba provided
with one life preserver for each
person carried, and they must bW
so arranged as to be easily accessible
in the event they. may be needed.
Any -further Information will be
furnished by the inspector and mo-
tormen, both for their own sedirity
and for the ~afety of those who en-
4ruAs -4.hemselves in their keeping
shotitld hot fail to keep themselves
,i.Tughly posted on alhpoints.
,F Gh-,D'S sAKl -
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-T YA i r*'Is'"'by EdtI't A.
Bell, U. S. District Attorney.Sims
and others. The most sensational
indictment of the White Slave
Trade ever published. It tells how
thousands of young girls are lured
from their homes annually and
sold into a life of tihame. The Cin-'
cinnati Inquirer says. "Of all the
books of the season the War on tha
White Slave Trade is the most
helpful; It should be read by every
man, woman and child.': Agents
are making from $5 to $17 a day
selling this book. Over 500 pages.
Many pictures. Price $1.50. Best
terms to agents. Outfit free. Send
15 cts. for forwarding charges.
Book sent to any address post paid
upon receipt of price. Address
James E. Sharkey, Sec'y;
123 Plymouth Court, Chicago.

A Bachelor's


He Told 'How He. fad Been
forced Into Matrimony,

By F. A. MITClfL.

Copyright, 1010. by Agerican Press
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The Baeb~clrW club came to oder.
r precedent n, the chair.
allow bachelor" be M4, "one et
our Onmber ba committed matrb
i mhoby. wrwad ain mertoxdns tak-
en to himaelf e a wt I will rNad at)t
cle ? from our constitution, applying
to his case:
"When any member hej beconam en-
.gamed or ha been m te p
sabn cease. He ahin eat the arts by
wblch be was eesaed. If there arm pa&lS-
a&Cn croteametncese n ist case he shall
not pay the whoLe fine., but such portion
of It as the club may consider just
amount In his case.
"Mr. Hammerton will now make his
statement." -
"I assure you, gentlemen," said the
retiring member, "that no, intention
whatever to desert you ever entered
my head until a diabolical combina-
tion of young women in the town
where I Ilve forced matrimony upon
me. These persons organized a club
based on a custom prevailing In a for-
eign land. Between the mountains of
India and Persia, I have since under-
stood, Is a powerful tribe, among
whom the ladies cnu choose their own
busbauds. All a single woman has to
do when she wishes to change her
state Is to send a servant to pin a
handkerchief to the bat of the man on
whom her fancy lights, and he Is
obliged to marry- her unless he can
show that he is too poor to purchase
her at the price her father requires.
"Inspired by this suggestion from a
land where secret venomous methods
underlie all social conditions, every
unmarried woman in the town where
I live formed a club--rather entered
upbn a conspiraey-to force the bach-
elors into matrimony. One morning,
being about to leave my home, on tak-
'Ing my hat from tbe hall closeL.some-
thing soft and scented fluttered against
,ny hand. I shuddered. I had touch-
ed the ludian poison flower and was
remlciledl of its wazeu petals and its
educrtl-e odor. Taking the hat to the
eight. I saw pinned to it a blue silk
inaudkervhef In one corner of which
'as enmbroidered my monogram In
.vhite silk thread. Ob-e'rve. gentle-
men. the In-himiatlng method of this
designing creature. She not only knew
how dear to every iman Is his alma
mater, but she was aware that blue
Is the color of my college.
"Mind you, gentlemen, I did not at
the time know of this society or of its
maalevolent purpose, for the members
kept both secret so long as possible. I
asked my butter how the handkerchief
.-aft to be pInl-ed to my hat. He
laid that the servant of Miss E~genia
ronltneoun, liviLg at the other end of
the street. hod called before I was
.)ut of bed, asked for my bat and at-
nched the hundkervc-ef. Why he had
done so he did uot state.
"Going to my club after I had break-
fasted, I sat down to a cigar and a
paper. uI the pnper I read a full ac-
count of the organization and prac-
tices of this pestilent Indian plant that
bhd been imported to our soil. I also
read a list of the bachelor heads that
had already fallen and was aghast to
see the mames of two of my meot stl-

beauty a e.
alPO~er "Ii
iindthe 8 ~AL
for b zhi pLa'ff

mh int g na40


club,- I net noz:ht 'tay .
.woman friends on treo -
cut mue dead. 'L he ay t,
several others, and.d the- 0t
direct fronr alL. el as. tided.
a boycott. Yo ,ini -remepitb,
gentlemen, tht, ltb i we o'- ncl
wish to surrender. qura: depeudente
to these creatur4t, to. b traclz I
them Is a seriodse a.tt -In. tlme
was cut by evet, unmamr4 woman a
town. Besides, the MM attracU e
married women ejare Bairary me"-
bers of the club. and Jo d,thd bcr
cot -
"And then, ge menuDpeared t e
most alluring .feature Iis mallj-
nant scheme. IaWst of- my. ifr
nine acquaintances I min~ girl Inb
whose tolls It was int'ed' that
should falL A uductie Plush ovet
spread her features. .bewlldertn&
smile parted her ver m -lips sndt
showed two rows of p is beneath:;
then a modest droppln tbe'eyes.
These women who had ted to as-
sist In snaring .me w denying
me te benefit of their for the
purpose Tf driving me %'an Inno-
cent bird Intotthe open f tie net
Intended for me." *
At this point n th bh theri
were groahas-nd -s1m byr
"Innocent bir '
er e*geting toav-Myr Matr
Iere ftel-I was guIM ayt fei-
low bacbelort ae)a s mlB
such no longeu.-! te. st
which leadstb th be l i
I turned and Joined Aw the
briate .who lps t MOW.st qi9 4
that he knows .wIll g dAj.
yhts ruin, In 4,t
ence. whtth I1e
my brains.. I

"our w w4ter-.aawa R
- Theae, oan-tl
.ou tshe dsMpsa
the a T oedu6dle|

the gods wish to -
make mad'-was to say
er to cause 'her to
tendon to enslave me.
wiset 'If my cIrcun te
s to enable me to
teem myself bonored
in being Invited by a
way so calculated to
teem. But my income,
year, is barely enough r*
Cries of "Dead give aW
brute" "I'll bet she's gol
"Who said cry?" asked
sor, surprised.
"I did," replied the hoe

. evser

14 a-

g0y es.

A confes-

est mem-

ber. .
"That's exactly what 'd."
"I knew it," said ;'.omellest
member. "A member 'club told
me in confidence that instruc-
tions are laid down for Ils. -the
principal of which is t4' ,"
The confessor groane~4d# ent on:
"We were walking to 6 lie.girl's
home and at this point l ed her
door. She burst Jnt on of
tears and ran Into the' butting
the door behind her. -. e
"I stood looking vagul i t me
not knowing just what 1y I wlash
ed a policeman would ep nog and
run me In. I had an 'in ed sens"
of having committed ime.
seemed to me that I 'n* lunged
dagger Into the'heart of o gir w
had left me. I weht to m lub, llg
ed a cigar, smoked-.'t o lnutes ad
threw It away.. 1. _Jhe bfl-
lard room, knoc ialis) about
for two minutes wrpw down
my cue and, shoving n ads tn my
pockets, walked up a in the
hallway. Several of i* ends came
In, but somehow I wan to get rid
of them. They all wn i to know
what was the matter w- me. One
of them pestered 6e, te me about
some liver pills he b a used with
great effect. *.
"I dined at the club *b another.
I surprised him by order my des-
sert Immediately after.1i "soup and
undertook to carve a bird cross sec-
tions. You see, the polisoi ,d entered
my blood and was era w through
the veins to the heart. W .the din-
ner was over I told my' zid I was
sick and was going bor o bed. I
led. I'bad never before i a delib-
erate Le. You see the etof this
Indian flower with Its ous but
ecstaticperfume. Failed us aver-
ni, which. being interpr W meani
'When a man makes a tf step the
descent f to Iniquity is -e
"When one has commi a crtime
he feels an Irresistible d to visit
the spot where It was T -d. The
spot where my crime, had perpe-
trated was a few steps fr6 *the home
of the girl Who had in me. I
went there. I was pos with a
desire to apologize for-a hadn't
coaemitted. I rnM% the WW t Into

T Y '

I didn'tt think it wee necesaryto tip
hi m. ',
;."I wis peo conM have seeam bs race
It Seledl mAe p e WVe-a awtul
oaL Tbe. be Gaq 'I o ty w me
boat down wit rbat tAM I,

wae pretty wabbly fll the way
over. thinking It might, but the boat
ddlu'l ho down."-New York Press.

Too Boon Por MKF.
.Apropos of thiee wth never enjoy
the luxury of a carriage save when the
death of some one makes for a free
ride to the cemetery a clergyman told
of a little glir.l tandiug at Fifth ave-
nue and, TlirUt.th street, New York.
She was a ragged little thing, and she
was watching the carriages rolling
past with t1e-'io.t wlisful blue eye.s.
"Well. little nue." he said, "would
-you like to own one of those car
SThe blue eyes turned up, and there
were tears In their corner.
"I never rode in a kerridge," she
said softly. "Me little brudder died
afore I was born."
Gibbs-What mskes you thinh they
had theaters In Pharaoh's time? Dibl.;
-Didn't Joseph's brethren remove him
from the family circle and put him In
the pit?
The Reecue.
The Major-What's this I hear, Da-
vid, about your nearly saving a man
from drowning? David-1 did save 'Im
from drownin'. only the life buoy 'it
'tm on the 'ead and killed 'lm.-London

The Chinaman's Will-A Puzzle.
A Chinaman, dying. left eleven
-sheep and three sons and, making a
will, left one-half of his estate to hi-.
eldest boy, one-fourth to the next and,
one-sixth to the third son. They wish-
ed- to divide without killing a shi-...
but could not see how to do It, so.; rl1.
sent for a wise man. Sending to ?'-
own fold for a sheep, he put it In SltrI
the eleven. Now take your half-s:.x.
said he tu the eldest, and hb" did .:
the second, take your fourth-thr;\-.
the younger, take your sixth and be
-gone-two, and they all did so. wht'in
the wise man drove his own s'leep
Wad the division according to the

"What shall we do. John." sold the
farmers wife. who had retained much
of her sentiment through twenty-five
years of married Ilfe--"what hall we
do to celebrate our sllver wedding?"
"Reckon up where all the silver's
gone to in bringing up our family,"
grumbled be.
"Oh, no, John; It must be something
real good and out of the ordinary. I
tell you what. Let us kill the fattest
pig and give a banquet."
"Maria," said tbe.-husband solemnly,
"I dbn't see how the unfortunate ani-
mal Is to blame for what happened
tweoty-filre year ago."
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rther "kow," a port '(ft" a G"at class
ctty gi a provinDial capital. 'TeI'
os i to ftw.or. ft cow,
IiaL. TeMB su8 l0aWpVa0 Si6
aiiu6 tl tap.nomu>s (t st

York Trlbune

The Sumpect's Declaratten.
Parson White's precautionary meas-
ure of protecting bis chicken coop
with chilled steel bars was futile, for
that very night four more of his choice
Leghorns disappeared, leaving the sev-
ered and twisted bare as the only vis-
ible evidence of the theft However,
his suspicions pointed toward his next
door neighbor, whom he had seen
prowling around his yar4 that day,
and accordingly he had this suspect
up In police court the next morning..
"If the prisoner can file an alibi I'll
let him off with a suspended sen-
tence," announced the judge at the
end of the evidence. "Can you file an
alibi, Ham?" .A
"Ah guess Ah kin," eagerly rejoined
the suspect, "If it ain't any harder den
Pabson White's chicken coop bahsl"-
Brooklyn Life.

Taking One's Own Pulse.
Being able to "take" one's own
pulse is a doubtful accomplishment,
because the heart has some peculiari-
ties the importance of which are sure
to be overestimated except by physi.
clans and much uneasiness occasioned
tis consequence. Irregularity of the
pulse is natural to no small number
of people without other signs of dis-
ease. It may also be simply tran-
silent symptom, due to errors df habit
or other causes which, disappearing,
leave no trace behind them.

"That is a fat, prosperous looking
envelope. Does our salesman send In
a big bunch of orders?"
"Not exactly.' That envelope con-
tains a receipt for his last check, his
expense account for this week. a re-
quest for a salary raise and a requisi-
tion for some more expense account
blanks."-]Loulsville Courier-Journal.

Couldn't Walk.
Wifey-You tolf me the other day
we must avoid all luxuries and con-
fine ourselves to absolute necessities
only. Hubby-That's so, my dear.
Wifey-Well, Iast night you came home
trom the club In a cab. Hubby-Yes,
but that was an absolute aecesslty.-
Utlegende Blatter.

Not an Earthquake.
Mrs. Houser (hearing tremendous
noise In the kitchen)-Great goodness,
Jane, what was that, an earthquake
abshock? Jane (calmly picking up the
pieces of klasa)-No, mum; only a lUt-
tie jar.

"Jane, at the table we wish to be
served with alacrity."
"All right, mum. -Will you have It
after the soup?,-Louon Anaiers.

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V* 1s/91 *
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I b. igr and eate up r rw"I

r tlpr o tlu y ea'rts.
1 n W ,m M
.i. %,bed. ,
-n listtene.- 'w titued "ib.euaIt-
I -'siMt (thfawlny teeat-a beirt t
4, 4ftiivldg filttu l* aktyl n rustl"

E.Ite nsBia of opinlou as to tbel
uw inrder.' You are miwi ha'r ithbe
yo l s4-'-wlaijthshp I call

am unt lies betwe n $100 ands r wo."
"I moise," cried a voe "ta at ohy
amount of the fine he shall pay airta

count of the united pressure brought
to bear ad the boyott (unusua4 cir-
camsiunces) tie B ue he remitted eu-
S"And I mov'." uid anAthber. "that
the fiue be d wbled. I's my opinlctu
thit our ex-brnte.r was a willing vie-
"And I move," said the bomeUest
man, "that the ladies of this city be
tinvlted to organize one of these Indian
pizen societies right here among us."
SAt this there were groans and cries
of 'Put hin outr' "Retaegaldoe l" e's
been Infectedl" under which the home-
lest man tried to bide.
The president aesoe.
"Geutlemen, ie sal, "since it Is
left with me to name the fine. I will
.say that I agree with our fellow mem-
ber who says that the circumstances
In this case are unusual,fand I will
remit the fine altogether."
The confessor arse for a last woL.
"Gentlemen." Ihe sidd,. Instist on
ayinga double fine. My descent lato
verous Is worth a hundred time ros the

'A Tiplee Cur,
"Tti abo- the tiUp evil," uaM the
Mtrar d girl. "Now, last summer,
us befe I left London, I got cursed
thwfully. It was like this I had tip-
ped everybody on the plae-tbe man-
servants, the madservants, the slavey,
tl.a bootblack. Then lust before I got
4. a caba mnan UP and tbtew an old.
A ct eloth.oyd t.ie wipe to, roteot

I*a O at blank Verse
g6-A .POam Sq Twelve 'oA..'!
ho 4bilked mathematicss I
pass fi xw'dunwtsowt a im *atf
thus standing out amuo". A- ],
proge. His memory was e5 it.
he literally never could' forget aay-
thing and after tweaty yomeam x-
repeat bits of poetry read only oo ,.

One of Our Pet Phrmasne
"Di any of the Inhabitants eea e
with hib life?" inquired the man who
wants harrowing details.
"I didn't stop to ascertain," answer-
ed the man who is harrowingly exqt.
"It struck me that if anybody escaped
without his life there wasn't much use
in his escaping anyhow."-Washington
What a Summer Cold May Do.
A summer cold if neglected is just ns .
apt to develop -rito brouchiLis ot pone
munia as at any other season. Do no
negleeL 1t. Take Foley'slHoaey and Tar
promptly. It loosensthe oough, sootha .
and heals the inflamed passhgos, abd -
expels the cold from the system.- Sold
by all druggists.

The Plag t Half Mat.
mhe custom of showing the B- fa
half mast originated from the iWS W ,q
sea of showing the pre-emnaenc o'ne
ship had over the other in time of *a.r
fare. The vanquist~d, always ad tp .
lower Its, f 6lag kw t.

tatlo. To lower a flag tp n act of
submission or betokens respectto a se
perlor or is a signal of dlstreso a Theo.
hoisting of a flag half mast bigl t~fma
to be used. therefore, as a sij. 'of
mourning and respect.

Not Enough to Go Arount
"What are you laughing at. defnt"
asked a fond mother of a little ftmou'-'
year-old miss who seemed to be grea"
ty amused.
"Oh. at something funny that hap.
pened,".was the reply. "but It's no s ,
to tell" you. because It isn't fuany
enough for both of us to laugh a,"-
Chicago News.

A Musatel Opinion.
"What selection t that the orecs-
tra has Just fntsbed?"
"I don't know. sounded to me ilfe
neuralgia expressed to music."-Loia
don Tit-Bits.

Hypnotim and Mrr4ag.
A Georgian complains that bhi wtfe
"has hypnotized him." That a Isa abit
women have; otherwte tbe Would
be no marriage.-Obarleton. -ews ,d #
Oourier.. .. ,

There mre a thousand penmo Is as.-
world who can hurt you to of t s -
un help oa,-Blitglns
---I i o SX ^

2bete ",, vr so .has
-)eAY 86" f,[! lith,' 'ete

%9fties,'"as mTere wem~aoz
satthe tilme Jir
boL 74~eMol~-oiIIoit?9h.64
frgfalr'gf watre:, *a mn*, so

'moderftl krorvwhi
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tion" and *"ahJtf
up Into tV parts, BO tbo t e t-hodin,
hogs are cloven hoofSd. ealonallyD
towewver. a hog .Is born with the
',rkilnal solid hoof of the primitive hog
neestor. thus demonstrating the tend-
wy In all animals to revert now and
bhebto the parent form.

Vote. in Pawn.
In the delightful days of yorw a vote
frequently fetched hundreds of pounds.
Poor electors would not wait for an
election, but would borrow from the
cnndidats sums of money, for which
they would give promissory notes.
And when the reform bill was spoken
of to some electors in Stafford they
expressed their pleasure at It and
hoped that there would be introduced
Into the bill some plan for the better
payn.it of poor voters! For the con-
renl-nce of would be M. P.' seats
used to be procurable for 5,000 or 6.-
000 cnih down, while toward the close
of the eighteentb century the borough
of Ontion and many others were ac-
tually publicly advertised for sale by
auction. The sales were not for a sin-
gle parliament, but the tee ahnpte In-
cluded the power of nominating the
two representatives forever.-Londoo

Chinmme Neme e Pa ".
Chinese name of puee often de6e
their character. Thus the temtnal
aog" means fortress Plugyang the
"fortress of peace." "Cheng" means a
walled city, as Feughuangeheng the
"Phenix walled city." "Shan" JI a
mountain. "bal" the ea. "Ickan" a
camp; thus Shankalkuan is the "moun-
tainu sea entap." A "ling" Is a moun-
taLn pass; Motlepling, near Mlpk4de, i-s
,_. T heavens. ccaingpa $
I^Pkan andflvn "J>IL id\rr Whiikslf

'8 one Coty ic 4sk.s
Dluaped'dow a bag ot plai9 td -
'apeac t-' *r-
"Tbere mItmr bshe laM. JIptihmod :
one or two. aw you toi g a mid vb '
the man wasn't lookilt I pIobat :
blessed loti"-ol- tdon Apjswera ...

Mumlo Writing Mtda E3ay. \
Mli. Salle Was In the elg taeat4t
eebtdry the most accompllsbeq td -. ,
fascinating balleteuse at the tameq.
French Opera. In addition to her oti -
er qualifications. she played and manu
with extraordinary artistic skil awl
depth of expression. She once cow*
folded to Rameau, the noter mastetag,
that her ardent wish Wasato be able to
compose and asked him to give 'lr a
few lessons In the art "Nothing ea-
er tIn the world," Ramean gallantly.
replied. He handed her a sheet oa -** .
per ruled for music and asked her to
take her valuable breastop and prick
boles In the Utas wherever lshe thought
proper. After the lady had ompl. ''
her task Ratmean $ook the sbeet .4t i -
per, turna4 eaclkpuneture tto, a ust,
determined its length, elected a. .eta.
ble key, and the tbing was done. Thi.
remarkable composition turned ot. a
vely _pece of da-ce musdc. w l
on On t maetitled 'LM bvam -
Dan w nd" Galate t N ",,"a *As
poidWa to raBct tor a gmeat sein
ofye .Se

- .i~ &.-'

Thomas NWilqgtoD Kacautqy 'ho
Weraps hAve,- MikeG wit t &e..
rVrual enbeft ~but it 1w amwthI
oneedoaiosamt as.a'g Wj3 I





The Tarpon came from Carabelle
and Apalaehicla, Fr iday, and
arrived from Mobile and. Pensadolza
at 10:30 o'clock a. m., yesterday.
The Manteo arrived from New
Oleanp via. Mobile ,and Pensacola
It 11:30 a. m. Tuesday,.
The echr. Forward Capt. Fritz,
eame in last Saturday with 800 tbs,
the Bonita, Capt. Sargent John,
with. 2,800 Ibs; the launch, Ifeba.
Capt. Montgomery, with 1,052 tbs,
and the Savage Gander. Capt. 0.
Ware, with 1,052 tbs snapers.
On Monday, the A. A. Fletcher,
Capt. Fred Williams brought 7527
tbe; the. Kokotno. Capt. Suggs,
V t.654-MbrswTia pers, and the Hard
Tail, Capt. C. D. Smith, brought
1,850 tls beach fish.
.. .Tuesday, the Reba, Capt.
Montgomety, brought 1,162 lbs,
.andthe Borita, Capt. Sargent John,
1,106 lbbs snappers.

., T following table record't tho max
Inumr,. minimti4m ahd mean temvera-
SMree the rainfall and.directton of the
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m.,-as indicated by II. S.
a t I = I 1
l.. ...... | a IE I Rlail. Wind
June..!15 80 72 76 .02 .
16 86 18 82 .00 w
,I. 17 90 81 86 .00 asw
18 91, 83 85 .00 sw
"6 19 90 8u 85 .00 B.v
S 20 90 80 85 .00 no
21 83 75 79, 1 39 a
S-( 86 78 182 1.4'1

S' A Merlttd fRebuke.
thq age of eighty-ax Mine. Re.u
ds EJU 1 found miuct zeLt. In llf.
ad. Iwting retooled all her ftnettles
sp tell itAt a few of t1e' phy.ialr:t d.(!
If*titf .*bar eg were of rinitf .
m uam and irtlended aohtIng. I,;
.helher Thomas wis a& nifln of n.41
worth, tint of a certain tn-.thuti"tM
eeeehb. wUI*'hi aln)'ya iuuiedl thi tIrn
at Uf Kua ;, b* ,'
.A frVy ~r rw* Wbfore tbo Oil tni.v'-,
aevelitw i btrihday T"i'uaS./ l"
ye nrs. started on a tri.ronmr d
.t &a't. wWlIeh was to c !ii.4nueo tw,'
. '. .
r- t ,i': -

wtMta I w ltea b.*
.'-. --terf. bace br e '.-.
+'1 91.'' til . +*
h. iia." she iatd impeaatlh4 V,;
"o ou mean to tell me the 'itfor
". doesn't think-you'H live to gelt b.ckt..
'-'YoUth's Comp anion. -'
Marvelous Discoveries
mark the wonderful progress of the age.
Air flights on heavy machines, tele-
grams without wires, terrible war in-
'ventions to kill men and that, wonder
pf wonders, Dr. King's New Discovery
-to save life when threatened -by
'.eooghs, cold, laerippe, asthma, croup,
bronchitis hemorrhages, Lay fuvorr and
.whooping cough, or lung trouble. For
all bronchial affections it has no equal.
It relieves instantly Its the surest
cure. James M. Black of Asheville,
N. C. R, R, No 4, writes it cured him
pf an obstinate cough aftor ll other
remedies tailed. 59c., end $1.00. A tri-
al bottle free' Guaranteed by A. H.
Make and Qainer Mercantile Co.
S, --r 0--
What Was Missing.'
.Dr. Watson (Ian Maclaren) used to
% 9 tory about his trip to the Holy
nd, to ,vWhich be had been looking
feoWaid for a number of years with
pl3easrable antlelition.
4', he Was nearlijg the center of bhit
two 'Palestine he met an Americah
*o uWab making all haste to get away.
.jer such .Ireetinag as two 'English
"-" q. aw,-meettsg- ip 4 foreign
"; 'Wir',. wifr, he. was
WO whim
Jnealem." was the reply.
..raiatenlP'" excthmied the Amerl-
S 'i.Xn tones of a'.tfeloned disgust.
S don't want to go there. I've just
..- piqwai t.- It's a slow town. "Why,
t ta singoe'dafly newspaper In
jIuD, Vin c -e

-5 or 6 dosee of "666" will cure any
caui of ohllJ 'and fever. Price 25c.
Private IOARDiNG.-Apjly
to Mrs. F. WV. Ho.klns, Cromanton,
Fla. .
-Mr. Trousdale took his family and
Dr. Alexander and family to the Gulf,
Sunday for a dip in the Ocean.
-Mr. and MrM. Sowels live in the
West End, St. Androws and not, across
th. Bay, wheru the.Buov located thum
last week,
--Mr.J. A. atqhett willlenlarge hil
storo an'. occupy-the eaitstiurn pau.t.-ur a.
dwelling. I- expects to bu able to so
uceu.vv It, by July 1, prox.
-Package of Four' i anasomne High
Art Post Cardi--.o Two Aliku-Ouly
Teu Cents. At Buoy Office. II order-
ed by mail, add Ic. for postage.
-The list of Text Books to be used
at the Seiptember Teachers' Examina-
tlon. set, for publication in this issue. 1s
unavoidable crowded over to next
-Mr, E. S. Dayv. since his retuurl
home, has built 4 frout porbch to his
home aud otherwise added to Ihe ap-
pearafice of his.neaf cottage in Old'
Town. .
-Blano Warranty Deeds, new re
vised, improved short form printea on
good linen naper. 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts-100 repepts in a block.
0lcach. at the Buov office
-Rev. R. W. Burdeshaw will hold
services in the M. E. church on the
frst and third Sunday in each monthh
at the usual hours, morning F and even-
ing. All are cordially invited.
-Two ice wagons are to be put into
service in St. Andrews, as Manager
McSween finds it impossible to supply
all of the demands with one team as
the temperature of summertime is ex-
--ianacsome letter heads with 6t,
Andrews 3Bay date line aua views of
either St. Andrews Iwuir, or Buena
Vista Po'int. at 8c per dozen: al.o, map)
of thu St. Andrews Bay country oun
bacik of a letter sheet at 15o per dozen,
at the Buov office
-Mr. John Birg, who recc.ntlv came
h ere to engage in sail-making, has pur-
chased a lot and Is having a dwelling
house built opposite F. H, G-valtuey's
pretLy new home. Mr. Birg uxpocts
to mote In soon aud will be lound ready
to work by those noedinz:his services.
-The Tarpon, always on the alert to
glvL itts natrous a prompt and efficient
sergiee, steamed Into St. Androws In
good time 'roster day and the piles of
right. dlschargea at St. Andrews
.wharves bear testimony Phat the busi-
ness mort here appreciate Capt"' Bar.
row's effort to inerit their patronage.
The Tarpon hias nade the recqrd of be-
ing the first VesOel -to go through the
new' Pass after It. blew open and the.
flrst. ,oe to puse through after the'
oIrb Oire ch aged to conform ot. It.

Sit.)oad, tailonfi had the misfortune, a
few 'days ago6, t loie fr6unijls wagon,
r.ightudar the d'dpot4,an dxpresa pack-
g o r pee tthe Ware -'Moroantile
ii(wij.t>/tAh(drews'. ahb fina will-do
t.tA. 'l.U1 a' reatlklindiesisatid justice
b'y rettu'rling thiu package to him, as he
hits bad to muke It good at. a ooet of
eight doilars-an amount which works
4 serious hardship pon hn. ,
-The Florida Supreme Court Is
holding it. bar examinations at Tallar
hlassee. The graduates of the College
of Law of the Uuiversity of Florida,
Messrs. Calhoun, Hrd(c6 and Small,
have j ist appeared before the Court
and were admitted without exanilua
tion on their diplomas. ~hoe faculty of
the State Law School has been in-
crsased for the next year and tl e at-.
tond.uce will be large.
-The Bay country is to be congratu-
latee upoh the immediate establlstL
tuent of an important, industry here at
St. Andrews. A Mr J. T. Saxon.. who
has had profitable experience in truck
farming at Miami Florida, has leased
from Mr. Norton Rynearson a tract of
land just notth of towu and will con-
duct thoreon truck farmidug on a large
scale, confining himself mainly to the
cultivation of Bermudi on ons, cabages
and the Je'sser Imperishable vegetables.
It is only recently that cultivators are
learning that there is money in truck-
ing on St. Andrews Bay; but it is fast
being demonstrated, and it is only a
question of a very short time when the
Bay country will take rank with the
best in the state .for the market gar-
nre.. +. -,.

$he Was Thec..
A woman of whose death a witness
'at Clerkenwell county court said be
had been Informed came forward. His
*Honor-Then you are not dead? The
Woman-No: I am here.-LToudon Tele-

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J HII. DRUNOID, President F. BULLOCK. easierer

Judge L. J. REEVES.-

:Your Patronage is Respeoffully Solicited,
-~~ - -r -

On Monday morning about 4
o'clock, June 20, Mrs. Rebecca W.
Menge Largent breathed her lasi,
after suffering untold agonies all
night., Although she had been in
poor health for some time, not one
of even her most intimate friends
suspected that the end of her earth-
ly career was so near at hand. She
was a woman of lovely traits of
character, a loving, self-sacrificing
and devoted moteer, a sympathetic,
helpful and peace-loving neighbor,
a loyal and true friend, that be-
lieved in practicing religion and not
mic:ely professing it, and was es-
teemed by high and low. She was
twice married, and unfortunately
neither marriage was happy, and it
is generally believed that a lot of
heartache and grieving caused her
heart trouble and helped to bring
about her untimely death, she be4
ing only 48 years of age. She was
the mother of five children-the
two first born being little girls that
died in infancy, and three sons liv-
ing to mourn her loss,' namely:
Frank, Ernbst and Vernon Menge;
besides her sons she leaves three
sisters, Mrs. W. 1. Singletary aud
Mrs. Willard Pratt of Mtilville who-
with Mr. Singletary were present at
the funeral services-the other sis-
ter, Mrs. Otto Franz of Pensacola
was unable to attend the service be-
cause of the distance.
Funeral services were conducted
Monday afternoon at half past 3
o'clock, by the Rev. Chas. Anderson
of Southport, at the Presbyterian,
church, where a large concourse of
friends and neighbors had gathered
to pay their last respects to all that
remained of her mortal existence.

'1 he sermon was rendered in a very
touching manner, Rev. Burdeshaw'
of the M. E. church led in prayer
and a choir of abqut eight, gooo
singers sang several appropriate
hymns, accompanied by Mrs. J. T
Gwaltney at the Organ.
SThe pall bearers were: Messrs
L. M. Ware, S. J. Gainer, .Robert
Purcell; J. T. Gwaltney, J. Johnsoi
and Mr. Dickson. .,
A beautiful, casket was furnished
by Undertaker A. H. Brake, and.
.loving hands placed the choisest.
flowers obtainable in the .casket,'
knowing how dearly, she loved
them during her life-tim a.d'i

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Staple and



Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Bay Front, Near Wyoming Avenue.

o's. Day at the
crews, June

M. E.
26, at

1. Son- ome to the Summci.
.... .......I...School..
2. Pray ......Rev. Burdeahaw.
3. Rect' "Welcome"...........
S .., ;. ...Marvelle Haibt.
4 Recif ot at Sparrow Fall-
t....Laura Thompson-
X.U,r Garland of

ll ... MargqreL Au.ti-.
."7 Chdn'sldren's" Day .the
: r crAround.".....Seven Girls
Jidet- ~i 1-aBy.'.. ..............
A ... tiq Bullock. Grace Ware.
. Recitat|t,,tSumineras Guests."..
S ... . ............ Four Boys.
Song-- 'Vtiorious Army.". School.
ReoIf.t al-,I "Somebody's Motherl."
S .. ... ....Vivian Alexander.
.01o7-_- t Tiny Buds."........
... ... .....Little Girls.
B. Recid -"The Stranger at the
Do ...... Dorothy Ware.
1. Cho ehe Harvest Field."..--
b. DrilI e Queen of Summer."..
I .........Nine Girl.
3. Sol- Clock Song."..........
..........Ruth Knowles.
Reae --"The First Children's
/ .^.......Gladys Willcox.
18. So wer Lullaby..........
.. ..........Elmo Bulloek,.


parted, now reposes in the St.; A'it .-
drews cemetery, in-"the aleep th
knows #b .waking.'! SenU

-5 or (eossbs o "'666" "will cure .any gchooCk
case of chills and fever, Price 25o, merito

A Dreadful Wound
'from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail.
livruw.rks, or of any other nature, do-
inunids prompt, trea~tent with Buck-
lernn's Arnica Salve to prevent, blood
poison or gangrUne. Its the quickest,
-tnrest hoa'.er for all such wounds as alse
fur burns, boils. sores, skin eruations,
ceaiua, chapped bands, corns or pile.-.
25u at A. H. Braku's and Gainer Mer-

Kindness is" the golden.. chain by
which society Is bound together.-
Pc. v:tual Mr..(or,.
U W 'zi ljej1-1 iJ1' "kt lit-
L, -' .1 I', i .. i ll ',d ;I J i i 1 .. d'1 It
.h,;,llr > tn <-l iit ;; |jLpe i, ,itua;l nh..l!(.i.
,f h!-; fro,h;r.
"N(.,' S., hi1d f.i tbrr: "(i al.; It .-.
iv,,r th'. .n >' :'ed !.eri,, i:1 int ,,the y ',t.
P.u( .T!:l,1 1 a. A ot US'.,11 )t4 sK.l. s is.I 'i
*"W ht'' a I -'rtuail mL tli't llhe. d id'."
he Oas.d n':t(t.
Ills flratl'r tli. h;i a moment. Why
it's pirt. liurd to ,a-v. .Jimmny." h<, r
plied, "but It's souiTlilng that kteep-
going and gAing fitevr H"I(f is an
Illustration. I cue esw o wnr, 'in !n a
train who buad put on her gloves. .She
then tried to button her right hand
glove, but she found that she uiflst
take off her left bund glove to do s67
She took it off and buttoned the right
hitnd glolvo'. Then shie sdw thbt t or
dler to Lupton her left band love she
must take off her right hand glove.
which she did. Then she put on her
left hand glove, buttoned it and ;put
on the right hand otoe again. But afia
couldn't buttun her right band glove
with her left hand glove on. so she
took off- That, Jimmy," he ittd after
a pause for breath. "is,what perptluail
motion would be like If you could get

A Remarkable Dinne' 8erv;ce.
The remarkable dMiner service made
by Juslah \Vedgwood fAr the Russiau
empress. Catherhie l1.Ja 177T copas-is
of 052 pieces. and on each piece Is
pnluted a different view. The body is
of a pale brimstone color, and the
v Lg at, pImlbted In a rtch mulberry
rIiitle. A's the service was Intended
to be used at the palace of La Gre-
ui(jliltere (meaning atharshy place full
,of frogs). each piece also bears n
green frog within a sblield on the rita.
The views represent British ruined
castles, ubbeys. l)arks. bridges, totivers,
etc. Several pieces are decorated with
views of nampstead. and there are
custard cups with views of Richmond
and sauce boats with the scenery of
Windsor park. In many cases the
views are the only pictorial records
left of the old buildings. Altogether
there are 1.282 views painted on the
052 pieces.-Counoisseur.


ter the, -u
parties wl
any wood
and fourth(
wood or ti
ever's posi


Applies as,'
to material
tion; andg to
too late. le
from kidney
hpredltary -T
fou bottles p
ad how' o
c ed. This
n to.negli
R4edy u
all Dr gi
.. p'^ _. .

tho southie

raising nUmbt
."'No use,
the old colo
heself ,ab
"Cyalpt u n
"-now aa

'No goo ,
[mt. ria

"If .y6
heab fo~tt
ralisug pkt
fob life.-

If vou nS
ry bladder.,
a certain'
mran's ,ilt
or failing
by mall
Address -
Roy. N.

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Boantifllyl, ocatod Bay Frootv

Pa-nama City.
Apply to H. W, JOHNSON,
Panama Citv.

FOR RENT; or -


'The Farmfidlal Hotel!

Farmndale, Fla.
Spirit F-.ck.
A memorial tu an e.plrpr is thnt In
honor of .ieat Nicuiet at Mena.hba.
Wis It Is a hua'. hnw1ler of Winnc-
bago Mnniton stone. known aq "Fplrit
rockk" and h mouutod on a platn pyr
-timlj of S'andstoje twelve feet hLLb.
An inscription relates that Niculet was
the firdt s hho lma in Wisconsin and
that he met the Winnebago Lribe and
held the earliest white council with
5.000 of us braves. The monument
wce erected by the city of Menosba
and women's clubs of that place.

.....Rev. Burdeshaw.
Rev.BuidehawWinning Her Papa.
..................... She-When you go to ask papa the
Goddby."............ first thing he will do will be to accuse
...... Maria# Gainer. you of seeking my hand merely to be-
SOld Summer."...... come his son-in-law.
.............. School. He-Yes? And thhn-
nediction. "And then you must agree with him.
cordially invited to He's 4 lot prouder of himself than be
Sto of me."

p Ofteo The Kidneys Are
.OCAL lNi.m Weaken i b Ovr- Wok.
and patrons, of the Wea erW
niess College'located Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
i. *Fla., will be glad Weak; and unhealthy kidneys are re-
Ssystesm of Short- ponsible for much sickness and suffering,
Ssyem o or therefqre, if kidney
?y th school has, trouble is permitted to
Y.iner medal, de-' J continue, serious rc-
| -e ed' .sults are most lIkely
he to 'follow. Your other
S tejtion, butt'your kid-
-''he neys m.dat, because
.it- th. ey do most and
s and fodur- -. should have attention
)nsltirig, of Pitman., 7'-y" first. Therefore, when
ahan -riters. hi, yur kidneys'are weak or out of order,
ham 'writers. 'i ou can understand how quickly your en-
hes the popular and tire body is affected and Bow every organ
seems to fail to do its duty.
'wentleth Century If you are sick or "feel badly," begin
ad other leading and taking the great kidney remedy Dr.
Killer's Swamp-Root. A trial wC; ;.1-
ems. Tince you of its great merit.
.- -- The mild and immediate effect pf
.TICE. Swamp-Root, the great 'kidney and
vy gsyen that bereaf- blt:M1k rc:cnedy,, is soon realized. It
staudG the highest because its remarkable
ned will prosecute all health restoring properties have been
wfullV cut or remove proven ia thousands of the uJst distress-
ber from their lands, ing cases. If you need a medicine you
er from teir lan should have the best.
will replevin all such Sol by vdrut, tr,'t iu i
bus trken, in whomso- fifty-cent and one-dol- nT
It mry be found. lr sizcs. You mfy l
liav-' a Eample bottle . GAY,. by rmil free, also a. -a -.
'ON RYNEARSON, pamphlet telling you "no-^ 0 .1 .
1HOULTON, how :o fiud out if you have kidney or
P COAST bladder trouble. Mention this paper
DFVELOPMNT CO., when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
fE C. Binghamton, N. V. Don't make any mis-
A. EMMONS. take, but remember the nr me, Swamp-
- i Root, and don't let a dealer sell you
Dn of something in place of Swamp-Root-if
Nature's Resources you do you will be disappointed.

I to our physical slate as
hinge. C. J. Budlong,
R. 1,, realized his condi-
. warning before it was
va; "I suffered severely
Double, the disease being
fir familY. I have taken
Fo0ey's Kidney Remedy,
dier myself thoroughly
would be a warning to all
taking Foley's Kidney
jg too ite.' Sold .by

7W ieh.
peddler stopped at
o. it and opened his
-2 .
hie ow you some self
4q.'" Ud began.
M',-pno usS," interrupted
Woman as she busied
the pot of clothes.
fit lakt dut."
self raising witdow

OWb. kase deh ain't no
tglkin' aboutt"
buckwheat V"
'-i-e-we eat colir pnne.

t'b how to tiuhn dose
bad chl.jnn Into self
Wltes AWbU be yo' friend
.;. will, sah."-Chl
Relief for WaTen.
fins in the back, urina-
lkidney trouble, aud want
arit herb eure -for wo-
ty Mother Gra.y's A[IS
AF, It is a safe and uev-
lator. At Druggists or
-Sample package FREE.
.'Mother Gray Co.., Le-

Too Costly.
King George 11. once wished to add
the Green park, in London. to his pal-
nece grounds. whether the people liked
it or unt. He inquired of his minister
as to the cost
HIa lordship. mindful of the general
discontent then prevalent, answered:
"The cost, sir? Oh. It would be a
matter of three crowns!"
The kL-ng took the bint The people
kept t i r park and the sovereign jls
.triple t rone.
*e hi .,'. .
Mrs. .-I do love lobster,. but 1I
never'" lve them at home becnu::e It
seems so inhumnin to ki!l them by pat-
ting them in a kettle of boiling wa-
ter. Mrs. B.-Gracfousl I ever kill
them that way-itl would ie to hbur-
rible. I always put them on l.t cold
water and let them come.to a boll.-
Bqston Transcript.

Folcy't Kidnoy R-medy may be given
to children with admirable results. It
does away with bed wetting, and is.also
recommended for use after measle and
scarlet, fever. Sold by all drue.ists. ,

Oureas Golds Preventsf Pneummla






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6.00 a m. n .

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iesday, 8:30 p. i. Pensacola. A
odneaday, 4:00 p. m. St. Andrew, Wednesd
,odnesday, 4.00 p.m. Panamaliy, Wednesd
ednesday, 2:30 p.m. MIi1ville,, Wednesd
hurd'av, 9:00 a.in. Apalachicola, Thursda
t Uarrabe]le. Thursd '
onday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile. Monday,
lur4dayv, 3:O0 p. m. Carrabelle. '
'day, 1i:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:
'adav, 11:00 a. m. Panama City, Frida;y, I
riday, 10:00 a. m. Miville. Friday. ,
Pensacola. Friday. I
Pensacola to St. Andrew and"Millville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, 85.00.
Pensagola to Mobile, $2.50.
fhe abovo rates include meals and berths. H. H-.
V. W. WALTFRS, Gen'l Freilht and Pass Azt.

Andrews Provision Co. Pensacola St. Andrew &

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1:30 p. jn.
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A Full 'Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to'Any
Postoffico on the Bay. .


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Founded in 1878, and built UD by tLe late L. M1..:h .w 'I
now Thoroughly Reorganized 'n'der New Aanage6

Solicits the Patronage of Old Patros ea
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones 4.
well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous trea'tnei,
to all.
We Pay the Freight on all Goods rcXept Flour. nieal aati
Feed to any u-'...t otlice u lihe B.1y.

A Vital Point,
The ut d.diiti' -at arrt o'f at I a'>y c
it- bo,..el.-. Ev..ry u.[niuntt liat i, -,11I" B.r
lovr witt attack thelue ho uke!l[ n so eliitaia i I
gar'in iti iobti C c 01,13 the lil, uf t L e in .ll
faut lcUGeo's Bab Eli.xer' curet diar
rhoea, d.~sontatiy and all dcrar.-ementeis '
o, the ltol.achl or bowels. S,uld 1b Gal Succeed when everything else failq
nor Merecautlli Co. In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme -'
Whcn ha Wasn't Looking. remedy, as thousands have testfie '
An:l'ous Mith-er--IIlow do you know i FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AJP' "''
Sir. Jackson is in love with y.vu? I-a,; STOMACH TROUBLE
he told you so'? Pretty Danughbter- it ,s the bt medicine ever o .. ..
N-to, but you should see the way be over a dpggist's counter ... .
looks at mo- when I am not looking at
o! Joamny sJty.. ;.;-'.~- ,'l', Jos.
----- '--- ~ "When you were courUng .m." e ,,, "1.
Neither. his wife, "you declared there rwAWt''
tingHish Watter-Whilch side of theft another woman in the w, ri llikp.'":
thble .do y vou .lsh to sit on. eir? "Yei,'" replied her busl ,.'la '
Anuei*ak 'uest-I prefer to elt oD a I'm.l:d f lt+-fJ'i.thi se ;
*'l'--.h-ud p .e. :"r 79
1, .I...v.:.,/ : 'j .;,.

Oah eand heas lunds

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ei~n.. =-=w

Tfw Q,,m C+ia- mcrg.
A&Mnenat t%. 5P.--c. ti:lhIts
.4imi 111- P N .ai.c I AImLQI ."," ,tF-
j, 11mm t'haviwr-. V01b.1 0!.-~'lr' itAi
19t -i illh.iY--i-";t In 010`i- A eie.if ~ '

br -t, Al f11-; q
por Jo t A lip. ttu' ibjnum- .1 zi inv; -vnb
t~o tip tnl it viny ahv; 'to ta &t'as fyrrm. u

fvsw~ ~ 1 Sn t~4 it Ok Itjf vi mIII wound
the,~ ttl;a in-Ied ait. II)In %'!IJ limt kjl
I'. trigiit; (,I:.,a HI M i tat %A. Lw h-i c t -r-ls bi
&Ia Itaat it *Nllloitlf~ kill ino-tioalng. ;SJ. iiAt,
l A 111'ntIf kill ;i ni 'uv h:, t 011i1. 'andl
/*v jh-1-mi~t: It mmlii amc k11 inyT'hiud
no -m m :III lie I hai ii.L'r itt il'P ii t 11.

N Pow -a Coal Itire Protecmt. Atself.
~.:-~A ~lu't.'u I" a-~ W.. mhij Aiti lirt' ilk the
14-1 ,"uof a ih-' -eeps.IL'eif tru~i
Struqms Snb res offe start inth
U14rl4Hr CA Iirgt' .Joles of coal owing
----oeAt tkvel-111M, by slow oxidation.-
Viim-h li~ orvo-wmntod by the size of the
jpWl from P:;cajPii'g ileto 0P air. Such
-p-sare -fh.ult we taut rout moving to
-. line f zi that tic lining maiss turns
-h oul tIt-omud It. Into voke. which Is
eA~rly imlrvivcn-us to water. 'The pill
wuay tpumr be thuvrcugbly drecitched
W11bo-ut puittli.. out the fire, which It.,
1'. Vwer renaily -roeaes. The only, way
to deal with thu Aihbn~tcmj is to drivre
11ill tine aIMP a it. heririiron Pipe.
IM.Pg ezi1,A:: to roacth'tnhi' lnfl-rrfg Cooal.
and tijezi too 4-omeplin a ha'-,, lo the upper
snJ nnd Im1' on 'tty- Yater.

If a rurninu ii-n dv-ve-'l.inn a first claso
-abetet Wnut-ttmtne. Ills profeasilconfil t'al-
='Awlll Gild eniploy'aeitt at rates
.~ ~t*e~"IIIak "11114 fiot(- je:#PF310 of a

,I: *The Cjase.
WQ*df~3-D(wiping hist1M
;Amkt a1, vs elyThe sweetet k!"s I
~diItyoft rould think spm, Irving,
~y4tu~pdwder gate out., &ad Itised

roe E91amiot0 be Uttred
-n ~ as- h~ betenot

toing of The utu
h~~is inc g4111

qo*aj-it is esotlrely closed
iAlte r~esult, ii~d unloas. the in-
~:a'tiA i~all he taken-out and 0 iW tubme
tma tdo its uua&itl condltitin,. htariag
;N!0 L66le deatroyed'f~revdr; nlile causes out
o#tq.'are cam,aed by catar-rh. which Is
0 ~ 46fntphir'gt timi iti~flatntd ii6uditiota of the
"~'' t~pwill give ones Hundred Dollars for
'#tycsase-f daaftlegs (caused Ivy coaiari-h,
i'litca itt bacurtit fly Hall's Catat'rh
j i.;c, Snd t iorcircialars free
F. 3: CH ENE Y & CO., Toeo 0
~- ,Sold- 4~yda-ugjiatq, 75c,
Tike Ijall'fl F.,.tnily Pi'ili, for nonniftip-

149 Didn't Complain.
1lovnt 'Wife-Tbin talk about men

The Two Me& .-I
Ruth, wrho ban been married just tw4b
weeks, lived in a little flat and there
keeps house rfir b- r l,Pid and master.
S he~ bus rpldmall I Mme titd Is wise. te.,
Ptindi 11-4 oh -;i-W: ~.i Y s. On &3uodsy
a'mtor :{aor~diiner ha~d been served LPW
the wife she went to the kitchen &ad
returned witt a pnimpkin ple,
"Wbait's thaat?" asked the 16. and AL
"I made a *I'putpkin pieyesterday,"
hi's wife answered Utimdly.
fie ulttacked the tbonlection with it
knife amnd fork, but could Dot ma~ke
MUCh bt.&dWeay aID Was about to do-
It lre himself % bonu fRuth ennounceM.
01 haive aow'ulwr In tEbopantry. deftc.
Your imiwt" i-of teione over Myeste4ao.
Sbetutu vnproduceed the neroud pie,
which wats as tender And rppetlzing as
Ithe tirmt bad bt'eu tough -nmd uns avory.
I 'Tbtt'o sonitethlug like IV. be said
litirionIzmingty. -Of course yomu cutldn't
r~P.-ecg to lJevolnQe pert at once, Lay
The j6LI j ugbed. "You're eating the
one I na~idt- now.- she said. &ud in
-her diary for the da:y is ivrltion:
"An outlee of(itPevention Is worth a
pouucld of curt,.'"-Iortlund (MIe.) Ez-

The Hitp Joint&.
Thp eup Waill bull suief and the nir
Ligh i were firs.1 used It) tbe hu-
Irwn It: dy It #ei r*tiff) j.oiuts iend nruws
we~r.' tint lTr-%.ided wb-j Oeir tight sok

,just h'ItIs~lg tbestj lirnabi Togetlxr by
muscle-s. It Is tMe Ire:-.i;re of the air
which hi-IN t bern in ph$ice, and fbute
all ph:,sk'it offort PaIz noid4. Inithe
varlojis'nMr right jolmihi ennd smckets9
toun4 IQ the laumnianodty one way find
nearl)/ all the iiamviiaik-il prim] ples In-
volvvdi thtuair f briiko or the u.-e (if
ommpessted etc for a ihouinmad difl'mi
eat things. Some IV UlaiV acr That &a-
ture did no( : dx-itv'er hill beiirlug~s. a
noteChincuild dL"14t' wbi Li bus rve"Ao
tjcr,ni:,-d t lit.mr In ; r ,'*rld Put the
principle Is nflume! deveirpled In tire
ball of tho leg Lewin. und the suc~et of
tbe b1p. %%hi- t~ ive malde tso afmxa..-l
nnil are im 11111A 01-11d t fi l te 1 1161e
back wnr'l timid for%%:jrd with pralL ticuI-
ly no trI(th~u.

,Throug% a Dig Tckicqcope..
The first I.,uh thriaug A etgrv-af t'4r
ac% o.' IidWI 3Iutin!1,. but tbv nnovice
noOns SCe-0t4at jit a ~th- E1 PeWL'UU4v
whiCh the bearPenS JWPrWUEn to the
naked '3 e is 1-IJI:i 1d od y It -, 111101,1,4 cn-
cavity; U* U# moon nual sWars m-'te'.n to he
huug In space rather Mrailsloreid out
on a namt surface. For a moment one
feels nit the tieooewqIP 11e a child
wiwdhling the eswirt m1N'vug bells kejiL
In tho air by a Jug%4k-r amid oeq~cUngf
to o.%' one of LWiIsL'gmet, bright bodice
fall. Then comea UAo thought. What
I{A ops tliew there, aPParentlY Sn~pe1.Kl
ed in %*cc witb ab4oplute ly uthtingto
hddid heiu firts? The eatplaniajoq t4
tho kqtjnr,d oastroraouir ceau" te e
braIn c4t Re 1uymatb to -Whirl.and be
WSTAMtmAis'rf. e~rtkir' for (We first
time. uzl a. ch ifk] ga Itieing pebbf6eeOn
thegct'sve of t~ie sea of know]-
edrae 6r as "no Infaut laIn Tenight an
tnJ'ntt ~ylm~ fo N lu-iit, (Ind with no
ujg. lnigi.nm jt a bi l a crt Natitoizai Huge-.

Ucatbj~r oojwitomd. Isuft be's
DMU(--t abould say. n bebuild kthe besit
wei tnolW too good for ime. and thee
.he nupooL~.- Ph~locdiphipb nVecortL

ft.'s 1RmUIIly weiawhen 4Speaks rWi~t-
ovat thinking thu! bp says what be

What Ev'er3 body Oughit to Know.
*That E'elay's -Kidney PINl contain

1 Gnm-ardtan's .Notice.
Notice is hcIcl.v e'nei., Hii. I, Mary
V Col.ran, as guariai.ni of Curtia Cohran,
a minor, w:ll ipll% 1>% ptit i."n to tlie'
Hinmraile Irm A. Hliu:hioi.in, C'untiitv
J.lulg in and I'i W Lshing-lonl (ountl',
IFl)rida:, at hii otih."- i'i n elrsnon, Florid.,.
on Monlaiv, thl 25th' ajv it July, A. D.
910 i) fr ant orl-r atl iho izinag aud ermnit-
tiny mIfv to sl-l at upnViate -.r pulalic sale,
a=s tie court ma.i o.-.er. all of the righl,
litiu and interest oft ihe b-ti,' Curtis Coll-
ran' a minor, in and to tlIe follonving da:-
scorthied real estate 'kinhg .'id being ini
Wuashingtou County, Fiorid i descibiied
as Iollows, t0.-wit, All land in Llt Thitee
(3; Spc 14, Twp :-' s. R. ) west. Bingg
n10lo of i lI!ne drawn from a pint in the
\West- Boundary of iaid Lot Three (3) 25
cain.as north of lhalf-mil-phost on South
Boundary of said Sect. 14, ni extending
lihine' East to (Jhio'-:' awh'techo(t- i, con-
t.thing thirt -one (I') acres, moire or
lees. IA" .RY V. COHREN,
GuIrdian .
. .. i4 i a ..

A Bird's White Feathere.
The occurrence of white feathers In
a bird's plumage to very common. It
Is, of course. due to leek of coloring
matter atau t liable to appear hi both
Spyoung and old blrda. I bare Itnow, of
several old birdse to exhibit thib' pe-
culiarity (mostly in the wing featherS,
however), and It may 'be due to Imper-
fect nutrition and circulation as the
bird ages. I have also noticed it tI
young birds in a number of Instpace.
The phenomenon thus cannot be eaM
to occur simply aas result of old ag&.
but is rather one of those slight
chle-nges hi eut tlrd' sy 'sm the
cauli of which ww Oo not know.
Ttvwrp to this tich more to No 9aidK
bowever-wtweu a yTung ldid starts
not wtib a few white feathers thebuy
are mtinlly rPt.tineid thrighinut life.
imoltIne ,nieh tuim In a similar lman-
ner. 01 1 Olr d itiuy exbhtit this k a
of color.lrmg at uan. tiue.-St. Nicholas

Patrick Henry's FBS.
It I1. s iol i afriurt il enry tihaf dur-
Ir'g hi.s pr.-v icp at il w to ithe \ rginia
cimurt. iintv u heii h- was triiflhirly ad-
dIreNsisel ast giveruar" a mnn who had
tetn rl re--Ted fur tteniirng a hog and
who tis auit on ball WPut to the gor-
-rnt.r 'o hlve himr defed bhim.
The, gvernor Paid. "Did you wAlk
away with that sinat"
"I d"i'l.1"R to bay."
Y t, R 'l. " ,. '
*"llnve son got the carcass?"
"'es. sir."
"You go borne, you wretch, cut the
pig .lengihwilNe n lialf and hang as
min-h (of It n mny, emokebouse as you
keep in yours."
At court tbe governor said, "Your
beaiun. thbls man bus no more of that
Sit'un rbo.).It than I have."
l'npo uuu us eiteared.-NaUonal
A Linooln Story.
When r.incoln. a struggling lawyer,
was doim t.j:nreult duty Ju Ohio be
niwm viited a country towi where the
giuter-ai tori-eeeper bad the reputation
tl adijlterntiug. even to the danger
imInf, his cider. In the midst of a
<.-nortal condemnatlon of this store-
ki-eper l.Imalu rose one night front bhis
eut bj thfle botel stave.
"Cortie on. boys." he sald.
Antd he led a parry of a half dozen
In yivra s ind Judg s to the general
6t. ;e.
"Let me have, a .quart of cider." he
said to the storekeeper.
"Yes, sir," was (te cordial reply.
"And which grade, sir-the ripe. at 8
cents; the tuellow, at 2, or the new, at
S"It doesn't matter which grade, oils-
ter." I.Inceln drawled. "1 onty want
to polaob a dog.*
The nveqtor of the Mutch
ohe first matct wee ,the product of
the Ingenuity of John Fa rederk'k Rom-
erer, who early to the ntneteenth een-
tury was imprisoned tn the peuttea-
tiary at Hobenasperg. In tePriDnany.
He Invented the lucifer nBatch wllo
in his gloomy dlngmn. 'The (German
goveribmnit forbade the wauufacture
of matches on the ground of publi
polk-y because some children piaiPg
a'&tb them nm, 4 d-ca j .'K -. KFtp -
was rutinwd by VlMenuae competition
whto htI evas released tfrom pirlson and
died a pioujir. L'p to itMhiU the Vienna
manufacturers controlled tie mnateh
business of the entire worRd.
A Hungry Rabbit.
'I do not think I was ever so Con-
plused il amy Ife," Maid a conjurer.
"'as. once whon perfor'nirng omy card
and rubbit trk-k. I ask a member of
the audnce to t tear a card Into small
pieces anod give tbetn nil to ne except
nn&. Later in the trk'k I produ(-e a
rabbit from a box, and tied round its
neck Is a card with u piece missing. It
Is then found that the piece which the
memlier of the audiunce holds exactrl.vy
fits and comlletes tihe seC-ofd n.ard. On
tlils partly ular o-ru.-l.'n I allowed UIt
rabbit to remaiin In Ihe box too long
nra whnu I irduced hu fouud thabT
ne had chbewd time cnard ruund his neck
to bits. ?eedlh'ss to sny, hb,.l.iughter
whebn the audl-un'e grasped the trick
the animal bud played on me was ih~dd
and long."
His Generosity.
"*Yea." said the rlrcd looking woman,
"I have a 'erj- generous husband, and
this is the way lia' gets ttmti relputatt;u.
The other day I worked and slavured in
the kitk'hen for about ten hours mak-
Ing jelly. It vwiy my first attempt. so
I uid counsHdrabli trouble are burned

my fingers about sev'euteen differvnr
times. It turned out liretty gf4d. lb&w
ever, and uf course I wa*u prudi mtdt
delighted. That night I pnt sona on
the table for dinner, and husband gul
"Next day he was visiting a siek
friend of bLi, a man, by the way. quite
able to buy anything he might want
and whose witf never lifts her fnger.
On leaving Mr. Generous Ilusbatd
says: 'My wife made some pretty good
Jelly the other day. You might like
some. I'll send. you up balt a dozen
"Now, wouldn't 'thnt frost you. or
rasp you or whatever they say. flalf a
dosen jars! After il my work to hand
that jelly over to a man whose wife sla
too lazy to brentheo I made exnrtly
eight jurs. so we will have one morte
inlees hb ibhs already ppmoi lsed it t,
aontebaly bileA."-?'Nw York y reds.

Owle' Housee.
Owls' bau.4ts4 aret for the most part
quite (ithtlt litilnia. Whether from
dc(,ii: skulkl of anm nllinlinuls which they
have k0114-l are (lef s. utitered about the
t)f-.. r ;rrwaoo. ,lavythinas for the
. mW1i h'Ml''a! Di.tt 'eie ca to SMTel
1iigih-.- even a tuby mv ol Tbeing auy-
htlngii b:t v tw mand dirtulfld. It Is
1.,-..r t to it a-Tire' i.,'n apprtreotly
r' i'pI:" n.qm',g ,ia the-e kutils likM-
i, tli;.s I in r -t 4.' r'k -il .
I:..'>, f., nypi ..4 ,' t,- ow i .i have their
*.,'l*n i... tn h.;!'w fr,''. we might ex-
, t :,-. e.' ri -'r nerr relatives, the
: ., .'.., le Iw-.-lred to Ihe in the
.iin'.- v' '' (), ,of thom. the little
rp-nrw ,n',!?. dl.e1i ne t In the flick-
'I's ,Ia:inil mdhl ,niawe nrid o i comfort.
eIk kua ,rh 4.-<. Th'li, bird. too, Is sat-
-;d m ilih ',rf.'(tly bare walls and
'..-r.r Tli',;o.i ?b lt i- ',or ciiltiot of small
. 1. ;; 1' I.L t"," doctiylng wood or by
tmome woodpocker.-8t. Nicholas.

Mr. L. Wiselog- ter at
Marianna, Fla., w -Andrews
Sunday and Mond course
paid the Buoy a reciated
visit, for be it kno e friend-
ship has existed himself
and the publisher paper for
many, many year -in fact
to ante-war of the; on time,
when he-and the neigh.
bor farmers in the f- Michigan
and accidentally c9 toss each
other here in Flonrfi r "Lew"
had preceded the dl.sheti by
some years to find ae in the
Southland, and th meetings al-
ways recall pleasant V iories.
Their many ol4d~ ends will
note with pleas arrival of
two of the Fay with their
families, for a pro. .d stay in
this garden of Wek ida. George
A. Fay" has tra extensive ,
and in the past y ted tracts
of land in some '"so-called

Sexeriene' has str i. r r
than obliterated.t Ilu on df
his boyhood to ma or r If ,a
home- on St. And 'Bay be
conditions would it. In the
pent up counting gl f, ofthe eat
northwestern meti- isli he as
sighed for the',seld6in Dofmanta d
salubrious bay We |be-
speak for him and his brother E, A.
Fay with their esfkble and c\l-
tured wives a hearty -j:elcome'and
wish them 'abunda 1 success in
every undertaking. !
Mr. Kirkpatrick family and
father-in-law and wif, r.jnd Mrs.
Elder, all of Blakely', will occu-
py the Holley cotta I West E d
for two mVnths. i|i -
Capt S. W. and A-'nders
of Gay were visit &eir many
friends and relatives Andrews'
and vicinity for sev i "days. latt"
week, and returned ir home'
at Gay, Saturday e Cg. Come-
again and stay long ext time,
is the wish of of all iav the
pleasure of their a ce....
Mr. Bolls and fa Iil nriaifna

are occupying the
on the bay front..
Mr. Ky Wlckb j
Mexico,; Tuesday: ..
his many friends 2
make the lon'iI
and back'to 8

Marianna, O'iled-|
their summer lit
l Masters Charles
ta, with Hugh (walti
Weller of this p,
camping out, Sat
Baker Bayou.
Mr. W. H. COnely;'
chant of Bayhead. 'i
postmaster of this p
yesterday shaking h
many friends.,
Mr. Elias Avars
was here on business ,
Miss Emma and
Weller of Atlanta are
uncle, Mr. A. D.- Well

In a Pinch, Use Alle%
The antiaeptio powder1
your shoos. It cures hot'
swollen, sweating feel
walking easy. akes t
corns ,and bunions. Ove
monials. Sold avermwi..

c t-ge


) at

i mer-
i here
Rth his


ra e* DBad Handwriting.
SDean F1"-irrar In hIs- "'T'e1ilite't-,-es"
a ny that tlh-' r.-it pri,.-'s t> -oo
.4! "4 '!'1NJ I IVX*d | *.,0 ; tr..
C are (I r Ii "i .F **.! fn (r-ifi It&.-** U -
". '. f'-1 o*"M -t"- *,e hor
W* **- < ** ):, was aI
S1arr. u ,r.~p~rX rntnmoof of tim;
F'ine H azir I -V.(%.-i .f *-
It's fiae care that makes flae Immniu., fub." 1i euritshimi twut
hati Use Ayer's Hair Vigor, bOte %aimtet eht" turi n the
nI emn d W of 01"dt O tot t 1to dt#
new Improved formula, sys- .oe aoftouy "therM a oddom t be
tematically, conscientiously, uop-n te erft.Mtr a t mafnitrtut view
apd you will get results. We ur-Jonea!" to tbLi starting sentence
know it stops falling hair, cures ".]ones" was a trfnsmogrlfltatlon of
dandruff, and Is a most elegant o w "Jertins "theueas revin.ed ty
dressing. Entirely new. New dean answered an invlatrloo to dinner
bottle. New contents. his hmatess has been known to write
Do. not chage the color of the hair. back and Inquire whether his note was
or'l' "' G a acceptance or a refusal. and when
rm, w bottle he most kindly repjled to the question
Aho itt doetor of some workingman the recipient of
Asik him about il, his letter thanked him, but ventured
v then doan hemay to request that the tenor of the answo4
Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now made from our' m)glt be written out by some one else,
new improved formula, is the latest, most as be was "not familiar with the hand-
scientific, and in every way the very best writing of the arlstocrn.cy.
hair preparation ever placed upon the
market. For failing hair and dandruff it
is the one great medicine. W. H11. Milton, John I
-Made by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowl". Masg.- President Vice

Mrs. Turner and two children of M iT tOn La d an
MArfnna,, ..vho h1 beeq, v iisif.. MAR ANNA
a "ARek IArNNA
for about a' week w1th Mrs. P. E.( A ITA -
Green,' sister of Mrs. T., returned -
home Monday moxnihg. Buy, Sell 'and Deal. in R
These egglra of Madelra. Bunds; ets,
There Is only one fly in the oitthent Fire, Accident, Burglhry an
of Madeira comfort-the beggars. They Lend. and Borrow Money
bglun to beg bLfore tbey cap walk. and
they cull "l'v*ini:a. i':miy:" before they, agent.
.cau I isp the :u, n-.l ,iiime of "mauijin." Secure Court. Official and
However, gine go hiig bi as come o Receive, Hold and Disburse
our eCxlerlen.nce v.ith .len. They have
prepared usH for beggars elsewhere.1 and Agents for Other
we aire hardened now-at least we By Special Agreement will
think we are. 'The savor of pity has
gone out of us.-Albert Bigelow Paine Approved Security an
In Outing Magazine. DI R E
S 'l John M Dillon, John Mil
Poor Milk W. H. Watson, John Milt
la often thought.to be responsible for an J. E. Gammon, J. B. Broc
Infant's loss (n weight or general poor W. H. Mi
health. The cause usuallv is that the Addressi: W H. M I
child has worms. They get the noun'-
ishmcnt in the food and Lbc baby
.4.- ,-- -4 .- II.. -" I .- P

starves, actually btarves. White's
Cream Vermiruge sxpels the 'worms
and nourishes the child; sure and safe.
-Price 25c. Sold by Gainer Mercantile
Good Enough Par Him.
Ascutmn-l see there's some talk upon
the question of abolishing capital pun-
Ishment. Would you vote to abolish
it? Logle--No, sir: capital punishment
was good enough for, my ancestors, atO
It's 'good enough for mae"--Iredbyte-
rke &tandarnL.

.D6i*t you think envy fe a terrible
thing?",said the enruest girL
"No,- answered Miss Cayenne; "not
Sit's ,the env of. some one else for
.-'something youth posse.m"-Washington

Wrnhran's Great Idea
'is bow to balke herself attractive. But,
Avithout health, It is hard for her to be
lovely in face. form or. temper. A
weak, sickly woman. will be nervous
and irritable. Cdnstivation and kidney
pois6ns,sbow in pimples, blotohes, skin
eruptions and wretened complexion.
But Elebric Bitters, always prove a
godsend to women who want health,
beauty and friends. They regulate
stomach liver and kidneys, purify the
blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes,
pure breath, smooth, velvety skin,
lovely complexion, wood .health. Try
them. 50c. at A H. 3Brake's and
CGianer Mercantile Co 's.

-J" with his eyes shining, "and we can't
Dharles live In these rooms, Annabel. But I
~ their am pollhti to take my chances with
g dad. and when he sees what a dear
family, little, queer little thing you are he will
give in. and if he doesn't I can earn
,t-Ease, my living like a man now that I am
Snu. nr uwit rh onn avaa-haprt."

ee into
v outi ol
3p testi-
nn't ac-

Blocking Him.
"Say. old nmn." twigait Borrougm, -
"lend mei yur ear t e'whl), will
youT?" "
"My frteod." rfqpiLd Wi. br.ehdr
suspecting a touth. "I'd gtMdly fleI
you both'of tbetu; then I wvnaQd't tbe
Bt*e to h wr yYN'a .4 mtw i, iPtf you
a.thettlg L."--<.Vut li.th. ltutndtthuud '

o bii ods 44i. s
Kman honds fast toh lsi#e.
0e (a 6iimay)-utt-4mnt you wjW'tlet
se.-Boiton howi-d.

Kept the King at Home.'
"For the past roar we have kept the
King of all laxativr!e. Dr, Kinug'r New
Life Pills-ID 1jnr home, and they haie
prove' a blessding in all uur family,"
writes Pati Maihnlkit, of Buffalo, N.Y.
Easy, but Sure remedy for all eaomanh,
liver and kidney tronbles. Only 26e,
at A. H. Brake's and Guner Iterca ;
tlI eCo.'s.

)ilion, John MilthoI. III. ""
President. "Suy-l -e

d Investment CO
; FLORID a C .'"-<:,
S200,,Q .b--

eal Estate, Notes. Stocks,

nd Fidelity Insurance.
both as principal and' s '

other Bonds. '
e Money and act as Trustees
Lend Money for Others on
id Guarantee its Renayment.
ton, j., W H Watson.
on, IllI. H. IH. lewis.
ke. N. A. Baltsell.
-TON, President.
Marianna. Florida.


Real Estate


I .

MlB B i-- Nevar Faile to n estoro Ogray|

cept. any subst.itute.- _" -a, -. $1dalpi t a hil,"rst Is


The Leadi4 IMug Store

Knowing drug is, of course, the most .important
feature of our bl ~. has not taken all of our time to know
drug values. g the value on TOILET ISPECIALIES. We
know how to eel .the very finest that are made.

Test the Fr 6 of Our'


Examine Our t Waters

They are unsurpass -.permanency
anD'deltcacy of odoir.- e keep a corn- -
plete assortment of- mot delicate
domestic and'impo f.umes and
Toilet Waters throu our entire '
Toilet Good rfient
The most fastifliiM tblis pleased
We have a consagnme :-oilet Soaps, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for tht
Bath that come neafrer- ,.ectlon than any we ever saw. Toilet Soaps free
from impurities ore no found everywhere. We have them. If you want
anything in this line ot -the place to get it.
ToTLET-POWD*H bhe attention of all ladies who c-are to haveand re
tain a beautiful complex 'a soft and healthy white skin, is called to oar line
of delicate powders and plexion beautitlers. Project the open pores of the
skin from dirt, wind and 8t by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
oilot is complete without lust of- faintly scented powder over the neck and
face. Tobth Powders. P Washes, Cosmeties and Rogiles of every descrip-
tion. Tooth Brushes, H -.Brushes, Combs, Manic.ure -ets. and all the little
tollot requisites so ese to comfort. health und beauty are to be found here
in endless variety. Ible lUBBER GOODS In thisde-
partmentour stock is leta. R B G Our goods
Our goods are the be akes aud will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PA 'T '3 ICIZES in demanp
A. ilH JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.


L. J


Dry Goods,






' dr.
4' '-.*- .,1'p



1YNER & Co.


Clothing'I, Hats,'

Shoes, Groceries, Hardware,

Paints, Salt,

Boat Suppliea. "

L. H. Brake,




XaOLl .1fsstx) n T5.. '



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o, N ee IU bherby given that the followit.g described lands will..be sold at pub-
S. lie action on the IMt lay of August, 1910, at the East door of the Bank of
St. Aidrews, Fla, or so much tht roof us will be necessary to pay the amount of
the town ta*es herein set opposite to the same together with the cost of such
sale and adv-rtisinr. Town Taxes for the Town of St. Andrews, Fla., for. 1909.

St. TOAOe Am'to
'ESOB ION 0 ai 0 I and
.. .- GCosts. ,

Unknown.... .. lot 40 block I no.............. 30 4 14
Unknown......... south i lots 6, 7. 8, 9, 10,11, 12,
13, 14 and 15,blk 1 nwi..... 30 4 14"
Uilnowu. .. ... lots 25and 37 hlk 2' nwi..... 30 3 14
Unknown.... *... lots 37 and 38 bik 29 nwi ...... 30 3 14
Uaknown......... lots 29and 39 bir 30 nwi...... 30 3 14
Unknown........ lots 30 and 31 61k 32 nwki.... 30 3 14
Uniknown......... blk 2, except ni of 0lot 10 and
11 s ............. ....... 30 3 14
Unknown. ... 1 log 10 and 11 blk 2 sw-.... 30 3 14
Unknown ..Y...... Ik 6 except lot30 swi....... 30 3 14
Unknown....... blk9excopt lot 9 swi ....... 30 3 14'
Unknown......... blk 10 wi............... .... 30 3 14
Unknown...... .. biks 11 and 12 swi............30 '3 14
O known. bks 13 and 14 sw..... 30 3 1t
Unknown.., ;... lots 36 and 38 blk 922 sw ...... 30 3 14
Unk.wn.....,.. lotsland 2 blk 2swi........ 30 3 14
Unknown......... lots1and2 blk26 swa........ 30 3 14
Unknown..., ...., lots 18,'20, 21 and'22 blk 30 swi 30 3 14
UDknown.... .... n of lots 10 and 12 bhk 2 set... 30 3 14
Unknowh ........ blk 6 except lot 30 set......... 30 3 14
Unknown......... blk 7 sei .......... ......... 30 3 14
Unknown......... lots 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 26, 28, 20,
-and 32, blk 9 set............ 30 3 14
. Unknown.... ... lot 8 blk 18sei ............... 30 3 14
S30 3 14

unkow-;, .. ... blk 30lef lot.s.28 aud'?9 e... 30 3 14
Unkono ,..,...... lots 12, 13, 15, 29, 30 and 31 blk
31 set ........................ 30 3 14
Unknown.'...... lots 12and.13blk 13. ne- ....... 31 3 14
Unknown......... lots 11 and 12 bik 15 ne ...... 31 3 14
Unknown..... i lots II, 'L2, 13 ind 14 blk I0
ne* ......................... 31 3 14
Unknown ........ lots 5 and 6 blk 17 net ......... 31 3 1I
Unknown......... nj of lota 13' 14,15 and 16 blk
23 net. .... ... .. .... .. 31 3 14
Unknown ....... ni of lot 16 blk 30 ue ..... 31 3 14
ULhUknown......... lots 9. 10 .and J1 bik 32 net... 31 3 14

Unknown.... .... lots 1, 6,7, 8, 16 and 17 blk I
Snw .. ........ ............ 31
Unknown......... lot 10 blk 5 nw4 .............. 31
Unknown.......... lots 1 and 10 bk 0 13 nw.......31
Unknown. .......lot 8 bik 18 nwf............... 31
Unknown......... lot 1 blk 23 nwi.............. 31
Unknown........ blk 24 nwi................... 31
Unknown........ lot 13 blk 32 nwi.......... ..31
ROCovington.... blk 17 swl...... ............. 31
Unknown........ blks7, 8 and 10 swi........... 31
Unknown........ blks 19 and 20 si of ski.... ... 31
WilllJohnson. ,,.. lots 6,7, 12and 13 blk 22 mi swi 31
C P Stewart ..... lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 bik 28 si swj 31
Elsie Bennett .... lots 3, 4, 15 and 16 blk 26 s4 asw 31
Geo .Covingt3n.. blk 27 si of swi-....... .. .... 31
R C Covington.. blks 31 and 32si of aw-......... 31
Unknown......... blk 43 swl...... ............ 6
Unknown......... lot 14, blk 3 si..... .......... 35
Unknown......... lot 2 blk 10 si................ 35
Unknown........ lot 15 blk 11i si...... ........ 35
Unknownw......... w of si of lot 6 blk 29 s-... ... 35
SUnknown.... .... aw of lot 6 and ni of lots 7 to
I bik 29sMI................. 35
J EStorer ....... all of blks 5 and 6 swi........ 36
C*K Pond........ lot 5 blk 1 asw................ 36
Un known. ....... lot 10 blk 30 swi....... ...... 36
- Unknown......... lots 17 ani 18 blk 32 swk...... 36
Tjnbnown......... lots 7. 8 and 9 blk 21 .ne--...... 1
Unknown......... lots 7, 8, 10 and II blk 24 nei.. 1
C Davis.......... lot 8 bik 29noi................ I
JA Nichols......Jot99blk 29 net,.............. -1
Unknown ......... lots 8 and 9 blk 17 nw -........ 1
Unknown......... lo.t 10 blk 17 nwi..............l

$2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00

2 00
8 00
'8 00
20 00
20 00
2 00
2 00,
2 00
8 00
10 00
2 00
2 00t
10 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
2 00

2 00
2 00
2 00O
2 00
2 uO
5 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 oo
10 00
2 00
10 00
3) 00
20 00O
10 00
20 00
10 00
75 00
150 00
30 ,O
10 00
10 00
10 00
60 09
200 00
10 00
10 00
21 00
40 00
20 00
10 0
15 CO
40 0
20 00)

* 49

1 65
3 45
1 05

C. L, ARMSTRONG, Town Tax Collector.

. ', '*";.- -'-Q They cotfda't hb disinter
.as if ,hey ".Ir-d annd wold wnu a
'f fee and.I hen 4do .more ihari th n

.ivo an noj et d"54 iion. And Few
"**a dvA I a.fn Ot'wt : "W'ooldnt't htwp the -roe, ay. you
-tI.4 E.IA UeibAllI3 thikt." tnterrupted Mollie brtjUy. Well;
Ser a.'i pe not to the prejudiced. But I
S. FWAYND 4O haWl mah i th e xperimoet. and eomw
,. of tbose wK) don't believe to a wo-
r 1n's bartqa onat oplnio shall br
Sb Aaeiocato, pre l to eMar mtue."
Azo+ Matih onH *M 41 1 fNo COUyn ktt-yno --ts o stt so
Ob. Mnlle 'raser! You'll be dbograled
"Oh, tt ntim I were a man," dNed the forever."
.. Iri a'Bshse thre oqt her, arms pas- "Y\u can't tell Mo lle anytbiog."
Joiately. "''d show them I'd- But atid s.ventlee-year-oM Ben sourly.
not, only j~iet a girl." Her arms "'She' making herself the fallk of the
dropped Uistlessly to her side;'then town already with her touboy busi-
ddenly her slight form stiffened. rvw. uP, t she can't bos t'.."
"Ml do It anyhow." she added hbripfv-, "Better for-you If she could!" cried
**aynow. It's all right, and that Ir l,;sou. wbo w~ls two yaers younger.
w .@ -'Mollie's the finest girl In this town.
pal t oe. and 'her tomboy business is saving
lut she hbrank from telling her pur- this family. and that's strnIght. It
powe to the family. Girls were cared you had a little wore touboy and a
flor In the aristocratic, conservative lit- little less cigarette in your makeup.
tie town. Chaperons Were popular. late Ben. Fou might be willing to do some
arwe dtscountenanced, strangers were of your own natural duties that you
quarantined for rigid introduction and are now shifting to Mollie's shoulders.
scrutiny, girls did little work and only I say she's a brick, and 'm going to
of the domestic kinds in their own the courthouse, with her, and if any-
h homes. and the few who aspired at body looks a sneer at her I'll punch
a 1ome period of their lives for higher his head. And I'd do all the speaking
S1 1 r i n if I could, only I don't know enough.
educator or career or Independent I not afraid. Can't I go, Mll
Wyay "were speedily reduced to lady- anxiously.
1ko deportment by the general disap- ."Of course you can. dear," with
povl. pleased relief In her voice. "I shall be
S "On .the eventful morning, however, glad to have company, for 'Vr never
mindful of this .onservatlem and the been inside the courthouse. And ItWs
v'conlsequ.poea, she announced time now for us to start, I think."
*llaItly: "rm going over to the court- Thompson versuts Praser was the
th'tW moilig, mother. Our case first caue on the docket that morning.
i todayy you know.' -" Od before Moille had time to get
AVA;, med tU g et se frightened at the curious faces turned
w all rd her the case was called and
it O a1 al Ydge Garner was inquiring for coun-
00 t 901116ollte would W for the defense. Mollie rose qnuck-l
er way OW If she had -to break ly.
thoughh a stone wall to get It. 1 will colenict the case myself," she
."F' tbheeourthou el QO, Molllel La- announced clearly. "I am entitled to
a uver Lo there, and you are only a the pivilege, J believe:"
,\ian ght. ou are entitled to counsel, of
*4'WT the one who must look out for course." Irritably. ''There are several
i.0azptln.aw, mother," determined- disengaged lawyers here either of
W. "ToJknw that. You're not strong whom I think will undertake your
ogh, and EDa and Tom and loe caseft
e -t yo g. It father werv tbri t "I will conduct it myself." Mollie re-
wou.. do lt.' Now I mpat take his peated. "All the lawyers here are
Plae. AuG yoe know this case nla- friendly toward Mr. Thompen. I un.
VlVW ~e the poseussion of our

&But Into the 0'WtboimWn tfttly. *kUdffllslae J~iK
"Aat it couldn't do tbe least bit Of for *'hldreas 1fe@, *r*. No opiates
godd. Judge QaGuer w( atve regard
+ r oar itrttsme. He W" "M "Wer'
"But beo dometthg W i AMP I IL L 8
1W- 06,M e 't a ye4oU ka0w what Asmn,o..,,,. fum., R r pmni.. ..,a.
i IW'~m hive bsineo +or bltoo a' "" an'. or Homey ad. r s"";
110tO W t ""b qtenevree. Samplees Free, If yu nt igglag 4oeas&
eineetlon of some sort with the bas UP d .end. yooa ordera to the
T homnpeonw. That'sI why I advised you UNITED MEDICAL CO., ox T4. LA uCtagPA,
at tonlogage any of them to represent
S ns 'Sold in St. Andrew's ay by Dr. W. G. Mlitcheli

-tD.- Tha son. us- ....
dor u aU you a, o tm."' DLr. a. Ni. Devore,
aVaa ,oo WTe., wri "They give anITBrtatISl .
as PM of olenavk fIa ound 2 o
s_- Go U'. aEApu. "- "ma for backache, rheumati
Foley's Kidney Pille purl
iW SL JAmw's y by Dr. W. 0. AMtche

oerstand they havo said as much out.
side. That disqualifies them for me."
There was a p ?rceptit.se stir through
the room. Several spectators who
were not of tho Thompson faction tit-
tered. Before tho stir subsided the
plalntlTrs lawyer was on bls feet com-
afeaian bin mgjmernt
SDie ntkooned attentively, bae to
rftsing t-udignation keeping her from
rAizlng ber poItion and maftig ebar
forget Cte judgo bad not given any
formal permission for her to conduct
the case. As the lawyer finished and
sat down she was on her -own eet, her
face flushed, her eyes scornful.
"1 wonder if there Is one person in
this. room who really beileVee tbat
even the lawyer who declared It," she
said slowly. aMost of you knew my
father and bhow punctfllous be was
about meeting his obligations. lie ab-
horred debts of any kind. Is It likely
that he would sign a note for $10,000.
just about enough to cover, his prop-
erty. and not give a hint Pf It to us?
And almost his lust words were of
satisfaction that be had left us provid-
ed for, even though modestly. Is it
reasonable that my father gave Mr.
Thowmpsou's hired man a uote fur such
an amount and, if so, that the man
would keep on workfug Instead of try-
ing to realize from It? Isn't it odd the
hired uap g ulSL4.owe.. bla @6 19yer.
.4b-t. ,rmo crmnft -and that be should
give the note. up, so wimngly? 1, e-
mnand that the man particularize and
proved the Indebtedness for which he
alleges my father gave. him the note
and that his employer prove his right
to the ownership. They can't do It.
Fitch Thompson Is a"-
"1 protest!" cried the opposing law-
"Misn Frar-er must be more drceum-
6ipe t tu ber speech." adrt-nlsshed
Judtle t(:irn"r. "We are all very or-
.y fur her, but rbhe luw known ,o t-eutl-
neut. and
M',li swop ', h.r t'. -4 over tlw' r .nnn

,.r ?I ,.,re ,t a n Id he t 'J'0 tI0- n I11. W tl)l ~. id w l I h rjnot rl: i'.11 "
r-, T'ha.'m. "11 f V:,nJ'ub!y 1,'il b 1'n n'o biu-;l-
u.'F r.-intliih'e wirh thr-n-'. 1- tha I
'-h n jw-i-.'. In the rtt.n' r' "
.'.::';.n thn rje wa a I av (.f iidiguli
til 1ihrogh i the- rImji. In thb- I ld.t of
-vbl. h n y" u.i, 'nutl ro' flid Caime for-
wA "* hat :hnt It'IP l" ht -etll frankly. "and shall
ae glid t( render hitht assistafln- 1
'.at. .\td I may *.d< that I amn btecu-
Ing Interested Iu the case. lYou wish
me to examine the slgnaturer
"Yap" Mollie answered. "Here are
some of my father's letter. I went
you to compare them carefully with
tho signature on the nota"
The young man bent over the papers
fop saom mInutes. Whes he looked
p-t-t face was scornful.
"The note ts a forgery, as even a
tyro might see," he declared. "It was
meant to be a clever Imitation. but the
little eccentricities of style were over-
"You are .net qualified," began Judge
Garner, wbe tr te y baek Mhis ead. .... ;' .. .:
d- e., ,,.w ^.- a
yer-inyelt eand 0; "
toib, I fphak. I know-of what 1.spea.
I bappened- to be traveling in this vl-,
dnity and nmo tn ere today
through eartwoty. U ou decide this
case unjustly I sball advlae Mls Pra.-
wt to carry It to some other court
where there will be no InfluencDa She
has that right. And I' wilt add,"
sternly. "that I shall be glad to repre-
sent hber If she desires. But I wartn
you. Judge Oarner." his voice begin-.
ning to cut, "not to go aganlst your
cnneclence here. It might bave more
serious consequences to you and a
few others tn the room than mere lo-
cal reputation."
That evening lthe young lawyer eat
at the dinner table In Mrs. Fraser's
pleasant home. He was looking across
at Mollie.
"I shall be in the neighborhood ser-
eral days,", be said, "looking up some
old records. I hope I may be permit-
ted to see more of you."
"Of course," Mollio answered quick-
ly. "You must come just as often as
you can. I shall be so glad to see you
-we will all be so glad, I mean."
And then for the first time that' day
perhaps she was self conscious, for
she flushed suddenly, and the lawyer.
across the table, saw and colored a lit-
tie too. But ber flush and the cro-sed
glances changed his plans entirely.
His stay should not be counted by

Advantaoes of Matrimony.
Friend-Did you lose anything In the
BustaUl bank?
Depositor-Not a cent
"Well, well! If you knew the thing
was going up. why didn't you say so?"
"I didn't know. I bad to go off on
business, so I left my wife some blank
checks. She went shopping".. '

Accustomed to Luxuries.
Mr. Courting (exhibiting pennknife)-
This 'handle Is pura sever. Whnt -do
you think of that? Little GIrl-Hub!
That's nothing. Sister's teeth is on
a plHte of pure gold.

Scared Into Sound Health.
Mr. B F. Kelley. Springfield, Ills.
writes: "A year ago I began to be
troubled with my kidneys and bladder,
which grew Iworse until I began to be
alarmed at my condition. I suffered
also with dull, heavy headaches and
the action of my bladder was annoy-
ing and pAinful I read of Foley' sKid-
nev Pills, and after taking them a few
weeks the headache left me, the action
of my bladder was azain normal, and I
was free of iall distress. Sold by all

Makes Kidnevas and Bladder Right

sm, kidney or bladder trouble, and w
fy the blood, restore lost vitality and vi

Sold in St. Andrews by

stood p

Glad t'
Mr. E,
after taktf
severe he
became stti
and my blat
am glad to0
Pille."- In
a11 .-ruggist

,ing arrange
'.est publical

ti1; Timed.
,u e er tli it'd your
Teent--Ob. y.-s! It
ll tor torty-egbt

commend Them.
Sy, Kolkomo. Ind. saya
eve's Kidney Pills, the
8 left me, mv kidneys
, the secretions natural
no longer pained me. I
nouend Foley's Kidney
how package. Sold by

ibbing List.
made very bieral 'liu-
its with a few osthe v,,ry:
in thecounnry nid l;ar

:he pieoonte ndu or F wnoie year
*lIe BUOY... -
Detroit F V' 9S.4. (tivce-a-y.eek
i,|d Y 0 1'oo )............. 71)
The Fla' 1'%. 1 '$5 8>
s- em w eel'Iv l,'o l 5.,
Scientuiic 'c "" ... j 5"
Farmq4r alu4Ait Growoe ... *" .;5
Flo idaAg'd- g nristn ... 1 5'
do e loV5, each ... 2 95
Farm Joaw l.hlad'a, monLthly I 17
N. Y. Wortz 'ice we~k)... .. I 75
The Co -ti .............. 1I 75

< A ndres Fla.-
S r-* *-v-.. ,..- -


Depart n at of the Ii terior.
,. S. Land COie at Gainesville. Fla., I
S I J ie 4th, 1910. -"
notice j4 bebyV g__en that Walter FR.
H.(ib. of '.s uat.i FPlorida, who, on Feb,.
',rv 251tb, iP hi nde Homestend Eutry,
, .No.--51.f9! for the suf of nei
alidw. of section 19, township J south
tangc 13 w fTallaba'sseo Meridian, has
filed netiq.' 'fntention to make final
4ommutat t roof, to esthllish claim
io the lan ve desciied, belf.re the
1lork of t ecuit; cori. t Vernon,
Ilurida, oni. 0Oth day of JMly, 1910.
I C.lnim aan es asav witnesses: Lafay
etoe 1i6 cbj Walter A. I ickncy
and Williaf .GQrgaiiuus, of iteri, i ,,
I lor.da,'.an Ite' R. Uainer of Econf i-
Rf, Florid4 at S ('ULmB. Rgisier.
- if '

S Of'Ap
Notic ;i-4e
purchaser'K .
Ed the la i
!filodi said ,
male ap'pl I
accordanice ,
braces tb h.
situntad git "
.to-wit: LO
at th eate
kcssas'id c-s j1
cordi g,fo
on on'lh "

TL.A } 1., .

tlon for Tax Doe,1.
hvy g;vpit 1iat A T B-ick,
t Certlicate No. 121. dal-
if Jrnt. A. u., I HYS, hIas
icate'ini my ofi I1d has
Sfor tax deed I t issne in,
la-w. Said cerliflcate onm-
iaing described p.-operty
blingoi a county, Fliirida,
lock 1-2, uj of sec. 8. tp.
said laidl Ibeing assessed
e issuance of said .crlif-
i'ol B. V. Brock. Un-
ateshall he redeemed ac-
(l deed will issue there:
taj bfJuVly A. D..1910.
1alT arfinature and sea[.
.th 'day. of June, A,.D.
Sh Cqicuit Court,
.Un bL-~ v rty, Fl. ida.
.... ,..,,

.James A.
SWie qr",, FlorIda, who, onil
~July- *1 ie&d Homestead Entry,
No. i.^-No 02750), -for w'
of ,S. otenaship 2 sooth,
range 14~ llahbaeaeMeridia-i, has
file nott Mtention. to make final
fie-veir ,o establish claim to'thei
lkpd aboo b itbed before thA clerk of
'the cir-c',i ] at Vernon, Florida, on
the 8thM- 1910.
Claitna es' as tkitaesees: J. L.
Cox, J. iers, and J. H. Ander-
son of, S t.'. Florida, and W. M .
&dkins of ad. Florida.
"- Y S. CauBs,.Register.
U. S. Lanu c at Gainesville, Fla.
Notice-i' b)y givan that Robert Mi.
Baker, of port, Plorida, who. on
August 4th; 7, made Homestead Entry
No, 32690 'i No.02098) lor ne'4 of0
section 7' I hip 2 south rango 14
west,-Talltah e Meridian, has filed no-
tioe of inte 'n to make final five-year
proof, to.. e lisbh claim to the laiid
abor de sci before the clerk of the
circuit couit( Vei.no, Florida, on the
Gth day'oft'Jq 1910.
Claiinant as witnesses: Josephi
B. Gau6.iio6.i John McLoud Turuer
White and id Bryanut all of South-
port, Florida '
., i4 r S. Cauon, Regitcer.

Depa .r.eni- of the Intel ior.
'U. 8. Lab'_ ce a: Gainesville, Fla.
.- i i."yMav 21st, 1910
Notice lak iM-by given that Marouas A.
ow of .e ty Florida, who, on De.
ciner'17, 0 $%made Hoimetead entry,
S rial Numb f. 01 142 for saw of no,%
a i nwj,of wit of sec'io14. fowuship
2 u rang ] wegt, Tallahassee Me-
rid an, a.f ed. notice of intention to
ma0kt _finsa .mulatioa proolto estab-
-11sh .Ia'if'aabove d-encrlbed'-
befr t h jpfthe cicruit court at
Vernon, bn the 7th day of July.
Clmal aas witnesses: Sol.
Barrett,^ Banney, Thomus Mcl.
vin anid f Brannon, all of Went-

my S CHiBa, Register.

50 YEI"tS'


ion, free Inetl" at.,
liable. Conmmiti m
andbook on Pat 'i
r securing patent.
Munn & Co. reco ,
ge. in tbhe

Mhustrated weekly. IRraest etl
r.letnttfln juurmal. Terms. $83`
atbi&$L Sold byall newi~tieallrs.
038Broadway, New York
a.' V St.. Wauhlninan. 0 (.

y, irregularities.
refuse eubstitutes.

i Druggists


Of Application for Tax Deed.
Notice is hereby given that J. HI
Druummond, purchaser of Tax Certificates
)Noe. 138, 141 143, 146, 150, 151,153, 164,
165, dated the st day of June, A. D.,
1908, has filed said qertiflcates in my of-
fice, and' has made application 'or tax
doe4d to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property situated in Waihingt. li
co,.nty, 'lorida, to-wit:
No. 138 block 2, iess lots 10 to 15 asl
ace,35, tp, Se, r. 15w.
No. 141, let 13, block 7,- s2 of aee. 35,
tp 3s, r. 15, *
No. 142, lot 16, block 1.1, e eec. 35, tp.
3s, r, 15w.
No. 145, lots 7 and 10, blk 26, s eec. 35,
tp 2s, r. 15w.
No. 14;. lot 4, blk 26, si sec. 35, tp. 3s:
r. l5w.
No. 150, lots 15 to 18 ioc. blk 2, swY4sece,
36, tp.3s, r,i5w.
No.;151. lots 2 and 3, 2blk 16, asw sec. 36,
tp. 3s, r 15r, * .
No. 153, lots 7, 8, 9 and 16, blk 18,swj4
sec. 36t, It, 33, r, 15w.
No. -164, lot 15, bik 15,.sw see, 36, tp,
3s, r. 15 i.
N. 165, IVt P less 40 lecet ol' south end,
Ilo. k 3, swi sec. 1,ito. 4s, r. 15w.
i'le aid land being s.ess l ,it. the date
ol thep issuniCe of siech ceirliti6,atc-, in the
intame-.s uf L ukuo n. Lt1. in1kln i i, 'I LI.,iftb h
Pk.itlcr '42.' Vol I:-ai Uakuosn,
Nvci,.r A -:' l'lri, J. .H't Dimiuuiruond.
ul ikihOivir' U,,Ktji i, LInkl.oo 11 ic':p. "c:-
ively. L'l s lc rtifiar'es shall he
",decnie'd according .lo law, lax deed'
%ill isouetboreon on the 14th daiyof July,
\. n. 1910.
Witness my .ificelal signature'anud'eatl
[L.s.l this the -6th day of June. A. !
1317. W.-C.LOCK Y,
Clerk Cirui Ci Court ur ,
Washington County, Fla.

Of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8, of Chapter 4888,
Laws oi Florida.
Notice :s hereby given that W. A. Em-
mon.s, i)pirchaser of Taq Certificates No-
1-13 an 101 dated the 1st day of Jun ,
A. u., 1l08, ifas filed said Certificates in my
,.ilies, and ha. made application for, tax'
d,,dl to issue In accordance with law.
Said certificates' embrace the following
desecriljed property, situated int Wash-
inigton county,V lord, to-wit:
No. 146 wi of lot 12. block 31, si of see.
35, tp. 2s, r. 15w.
No,11-, nw} of nei of sec. 9, tp. 2s, r.
The said land being assessed at the time
of the issuance of snch certificates in the
names of'M. C, Needham and' A. L, Mc-
Kinne. Unless said certficates shall bo
redeemed acc6r iing to ,law, tax deed
will imsue thereon on the 14th day -of
J LIly, A. o.. 1910.
Wilnuss my official signature and seai
[L. s J this the tth day of June, A. D.
1910. W.C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
WVash igl(onounty, Florida.

Cream -Vermifuge


Ballard:Snow Liniment Co.
*T. LOUIe, MO. ,
Sold by Gainer AMercantileCo

30x50 inches, correctly plated and
h-owing niall the more important
bpiliings-is of great valno to any-
one con templating iuichlia.ilig prop-'.
Ortw in town. It cvove' ah,,ut four
,ni cs hi" ca.t !inal, e.xten ing est j
.vat.l Iroim vei's loiit it anit em-
braciniig (,il St. Ai.lrewvs, with co'-;
rn 1,"inliing territory iiii:,iil. Price
)nir )ol)lai, nt the BUOY Office.

ANI)1E,\\S I;.\Y f;tl'N 'RY,
Showvi ig i ill the Inai.d. ij n .cd of b j
'lie (ii.ciihniti Compainy, also locates
HIlarrison, Pai ker, ('.onmnton and
.aiij'ace2it co Int, IryV. 'The 1l'1,t o< tihe
!,.ts is not sl.ow,'i, but bv tio aid ofd

lthis mai p the alil, xiii:ti.te l,,cation of
Pny h.t i.' easily determiine'lI P' ii.,1
Fifty Cents, at tle LUnoy OOlice
Either mnap will be sn.t by mail to
any address or, eeceipit ft ihe price.

- --_ .
lower I

How an Ideal Man Declared
His Love.

Copyright. 111,. by American Press

Ethan Alwutr wasa u wellediilcated
young man, with ait fortune, good looks,
goud health and a good mind. His
occupation was both occupation and
amusement. He studied and did Bsome
scribbling, occasionally, sending very
pretty verses to magazines.-"
Atwateri Uved In a small place, but
a very old one. Many of the dwellings
stood alone and often in the-center of
large grounds. Iis house was quaint,
and the grounds were a marvel of good
taste. On entering his study one
would immediately be impressed with
the fact that it had been furnished
and decorated by an artist with an ex-
quisite sense for harmony in color.
Through the window appeared grounds
that had evidently been arranged by
a landscape gardener. Both the artist
and the gardener were Ethan Atwater.
Atwater had been drawn to one or
two different women at different times,
but had ooner or later dlecoered
emetbn ia. one or the other to offend

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t^ f w= u j w d
So ..l b ....
So1< by GA1NERE



Snow Liniment'

Positively Cum
Riviis i, Neuralgia, Laim.
Back, Old Sores, Wounds,
Sprains, Bruise etc.
Give it a Trial and be Counviced.
Thr e Sze, Price 25. 50c and' $1.00
.&*0 ;S F. B ..U&., Piro,~ator.


The Big Head
is of two kind--conceit and the big
head that comes froui a ick headache.
Does 1our head ever lfeel like a gourd
anld yor brain feel loose and sort.e
You can core it. iu uo time by acting
on your liver wilt. Ballard Hlemrbiue
laa'L it worth trying ft6r the .ibaoiute
.ndceirtain relietyau'll get? Sold by
GainorMercan te Co, '
S11.. .. .. "u s -..tU-i- ng.- that
either smacked of coarseness or an
absence of ideality. Not that he was
Sa: sentimental. man; he may rather-be
called a man of sentiment. The senti-
mental was as repulsive to him as
On Atwater's return from a journey
he found that the place next adjoining
his on the east had changed hands.
The same day be saw a young lady go
into the house Whose appearance
struck him favorably. Her apparel
was In good taste. Her bat appeared
to have been made neither for a giant
nor a dwarf. The colors of which her
costume were composed were subdued.
Her face, too, bespoke innate refine-
ment. '
It was in the autumn that Atwater
first saw this girl and nearly every
day after that be observed ber either
going out or coming, In or at a win-
dow. His firet Impulse was to assume
the privilege of a neighbor and go in
and call on the newcomers, but It oc-
curred to him that he would take
pleasure In studying the girl from the
brief distance that separated their
abodes. One of his theories was that
a refined person could not be unre-
fined; that an ideal person could not
be commonplace. If she were both
Ideal and refined she would show her
ideality and refinement to him with-
out an acquaintance. If there was a
lack of either be would be able to de-
tect it- without speaking to her or be-
ing spoken to by bhr.'
Within a few weeks he bad witness-
ed acts on the part of his neighbor In-
dicating traits tntat hie considered usu-
al in: If not es.4entlal to. a refinwe na-
ture. He saw her recot'e a chl-d who
came to bo-I houi an;d kjew at once-
that her ho.-.t v.ra:oed to children.
He was standih.g at a witdorw when
she attepded an nol .lady to her'i.r,.'
riflgad. wirs ht1tiit. f'mi-
thized with the ':u.- Tl' e-Ce arLBUt
individual lustua:,.'s of Atw-recr'- o 0-
servations, no oze of which wirrs f sa-
preme importance, but a L takun t*.
gether, Wtdicated a nature wcha a bhe
could admire and r'erevm.
Then he weptt away f.r na tlf.
When he returni!d he madP a dl.4ov-
ery. The young I:d next dir did
not appear ecthor in the 1oui da or att
a window. BHe ,-, 'ai to f-::r that be
had een iher rfw" T in-p t t!hi.. 'hiat
fear wase nts-ii ,,. -:n.i. Ie,? wv-. tuL':t-
ed to maitke ia ;i.t .!- !.Ut kIOF-; ~ oWn
to ask. Af'rer .ai i v. c-. rIaztr g we
aftern.i *n '., t .- i ,r dr'e up' t'. t>"
hou&s in ia crri.:;'e ,kaue recei".dl with
demonstrutiuun 4of, aitffctitn by. tW.h
othcz i;er b lw:;rs ; f : i.'.i.:,v. .itIwn
ter loilu.1d t- ,;.." ,,,:r f '. indcw
alnd iaL. her iu lu; au-ns !il. c. . B-ut
qtis v a-;' l'ni bt- ,ih f di!-lI n coIlOt
fIor or ag ii:'l t Li I',r- ; I. ,-:,. r.. rn-
in --

n ad, y.11 a'1-3 '.Zo..
to ha l' : hi 1 ,':, .t ,a' :r ..W it s'..
re-.euled to. Lira no: uL:l. that the
2 4-aung lidy:, was a I L l of interest it
u him. iit Tait I-. MijP-htd to her be-
Aug of lht,-rrt-t to Huay .Tlier man.
F'r.ni til.; p.'l:!:t 'e o.v-t'ed to be a
Ia rte.r <.,f st;iu .'y 1, a '.ii t, I.-, appr',p.ii ted
My :try t..*hihs I,'Iut' has bhcn
very, onin ritc'<1. ,,i.d if Iiu.st coutlnue
lor the pre-f:!r t:, be one sided. It Is
it to be pi,,.-.ed 'Luit a;i gLrl may be
nuder e.iOsar.r ors.r,'tiou by a yuunug
; aun .e':t d-,o' 'v ith.,ut so:ne oliserva-
i.n .ibI b iiri < f the .i:-1.. Atwator
i, ni .L' tr ste:i her lor ;l ng at .bhim,
t.,'uh l'," }tJ 'uvir fai' Id to look at
"t v,' n 'e;' 5e a'pp<.r'.-d. Had he
-eUi'.' h,-r d,'IL- so--) c v.'u;ii hiare-

Ttt:It hliw did U'.. c' 4) (*.i.,vliiied .htm
thait shet itdd piit cit; "dsr him worth

One -/TGrniu .i et':nbi'la' Atwater
BtW a taain- d.i.L-in "- ] tup so .il li the
yrud in1 the nt.oi-,ing rljrU(l]. It was
plahu that the tr,' : d v.:i. not intend-
ed for v 1 ;tul_,'., but icr tfle'er. .In
another lxeek the yfo.Ug lady cc' "e 'ut
with a few light gardleu inplementS
and a dainty little bznket full of setLds
and began to plant.

A-, few days later Atwater spaded a
flower bed in his own grounds and
planted seeds. FIls garden was pro-
tect(1d on three sides by bush plants,
but could be observed by the neighbor
on the east. A warm wave germuinat-
ed the seeds in both gardens, ad tiny
green lines were soon visible. Nothling
unusual was to be noticed In the lady's
garden, but in Atwater's a careful ,ob
server would have seen lines of tender
green in which could be traced the
letters "I tove."
As soon-as his letters were large
enough to be read from the next house
the young man kept a constant watcL,
with a view to discovering whether
they were observed. Days passed, and
the delicate lines were lost in the ex-
uberance of the growth, but never did
the planter see a face at the windOw..
If his declaration had been seen it
bad not met wuth any rsone e.'
Atwater argued. in tbiai#tdnt It bll


ILE CO. . ,'- .,

has seen the flower worfsand .s.
person of Ideality, refinement anM4 :
kindliness phe will make a. reply et'ep
S unfavorable. o he w4fted atri"4 ,
tched. Weeks passed, and netther- r
the heaven, the air nor the earth git va:. ,
a sign. Atwater's dedltty was giviR-
way before the Impatience of love, an ti
he was about to try some more com-
monplace method. Tfien ore n'orning,-
when tbhe air was ciar and the s.; "'

famied bo salv li .
a tpedring abo*e"i1a o-att)Y
might be letters, -bdt pla"1e :its'
unehe'ny he coQadli 8td'tibse
great a distamie.5 '4 e-ofberiS
he bad a pafr of-glaises-leveled ,i
flower bed. The onIrl'-:rowtai'
looked like letters spelleds"No."
Atwater was momentarily, dIlsco.W.
aged. But it was evidentt tart,4htr .,,-
was more coming up. whicu' mnig ;.-'
ehangp whlt appeared'to be an'"ftt'isdi.-.'
Again the Impatience-of love Umpel ... -
him to push for' an immedliat re~poS ,;q-1 f-
but his Ideality again -triucphet.. iT2 i
concluded to wait. ReaUzing'how b- h
should suffer watchlug for an reeponar"
to his we sauge to grow out of the .
ground, he nbsented himself Tor aeqa-, *.5
son. He returned late at nl.at.' and .
*the next mornihi, to his- satisfactkbla~,. -'.'.:-
ho saw ,platnly letters lu .the adjoinin
'arden to read, "I Know You Not" .
It is high time that .we shoqd harw
a view of what Is tranaplrlhg tI th
idenl affair from the other side ofttie "'-
gaiiden wali. ',
Miss "dith MacGregot Was looking. -
out of her window -one mointgl h "e -.
sae n aw a young man' le tf t eati. O "
hoube and saunte'r down tbe *aSC ',;,
It was enough for' her thft he :W '
nice looking atd thit .hte' lv ed ex. '.
door. Unlike Atwkter, wbta.e n .
luga on firAt seeing hbr weref'wBat
might bt lshe musPd'n Boaetht ..
happen and, womanllke;' a opem.
ielded to plaw berelf on M1e6 4'
ground of nvistlty that $5 '*
would not be seep wben,m4vllthi
and sbe would appear -'aod.de
the fact that a Wee,fpa' xt
lived next.door. .. ,. -. ..
Wil4e Atwater wogt-as tnrg._
she dhl m -f (t.ousder 1 p
iitg at sh'h w ri c.Con
Shi. tn'mD a m'--~a

.took.c ar i... to^

eigept ab e, ti
And so 1t r %vi) -. -
wes perstfey ww *t I
admired her befot b 'i"* 'a
w as aware if lils e~.*t
.lkew be htd bbeo pier-ed..
Cupit's arrow before he l rI.Tv W
self. She i ,lUB ganrhd th-it tlh-v' vt: i vt,1 iM
c alse to ire cwt4 fl ('uly a l 4-fp V .
Iwcon Mte1. san .' "'.
0S*4t e p4441 the V1'itr r9-e Tm l ta3 t im tet 9t ;-
Lef orm th" s wvp w~e pt in thM tW. *,.'. -
unreovrw. s', hoad purposely 4atsl-
in bor reprtnw ft v letlers "N f' itt.X- '14
t-hin so J l u rdcr timtt they m!Sit grw.,
up ltbf'.-ri t'l othiFers to g1'.'- hr lh. ver '3
a temporary dIsappOintmtte:rt.'
3MI.s Ma-Crec-ur k-ow ve"ry..wlf'that "",
.r. Atw;'er \a n Lrman of ainl' cda.'l
,::tiure bo.'u r:un bi.- f,"te. w'i- .she i
od :'.refu ly i.'r,.i.d wvi'h :a git .-tn rid
from hija a.-tlod I' i,:i'.nld :: o., St1 :
did not rl'.grefure pr o-pse toqc't,'oy -:
any illusions i..e mu!g? t btutve St -' 9
knew vc.r: well thnt nTq Man'fn il've 4
will bo long sattihed with c .mmPuiaL.- Jj
tons that must take the'til -he..e -
sary to gro.w out of tIee gMoubd aid
awaited- h r lover's next move. A'
when she received 8 note begging l Ter-:'
misslni to begin sv correpndour '.
paper she replied tat it would 4auan-
pity to descen'.1 from beautiful -andi'---
natural letters to artiBcal ea masle' '--"
with a combination of cdzurlals....--: i8
To this Mr, Atwate refliE. t.At
while the flower words .0..' eir .
and not usnal, they. ,wea.* .cv lo*t .
And he made a qts b Bt|,.
to cell. ..
Mis "a Greor 1d.aye4
this note,. but da 4' B

.watering put. .fyV,1ti'T

den with gvrdwu teoti'.:.
waterlng her p pitawan, r 1
sound, sho 1eoe','m tu cith-'
(irpri sq o see hey, lover, al ,is
neck avor the hedge. He: rIle^ tsa '^a
that 'tli, .plarinnt .te ed" raun. a+ '
rcepied thst there wks no elp.ft'p .

Atwater looked Co b open -
hbedge, but did ut 'inEd .ary. 141 "
rear therire was a -f u'R butnul isg4 -.J
properties, tand, gett.Ing n to6,.."
he passed the edge: ,Ii n W ;, i7' .
much rattled. Th e:O'r\spe
cool. She talked about her cevs s ts -
though there was no ot' :r ad f t
existence. But rnAptlly, she l [ td.'
him to Inspect some that were i th'.
house, and they passed in togeter.'" -
Then and there they began the t peWA .
where they had left off In the lNngWge, "
of flowers. ?
Mr. Atwater has long beep a Wmar- -
rted man, but he found, bn fouodl' e-- :
Ileves, that he attracted the atteutton '
of hbls wife and won her- love by ba. -
Ing declared his own In flower words.

A Source of Joy. ,, .
"What seem to be the matter with -.
Mrs. Brown that she's ailing so?"
"Why, poor thing, she's got one of
those newfangled diseases. "
"She has? My, how fortnuate.sh
Is, to be sure. Here I've had nothln t -
Aie itvnrih than lumbago. -and I' m-
thre year older theana be ."- W..,

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