Title: St. Andrews buoy
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00196
 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: May 1, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00196
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

Full Text









ndrew6 ve
rR O*


- -. -


VOL, X II


ST. ANDREW, FLA., MAY 1, 1902.


NO. 6.


mz


.FlFFICIAL DIIiECTORY.

IU. S. Sonahtr--lt slis ri.I. SS.I Ma:l-
lory, IPen.--a ola; *2(1 Di.-srict. J. 'P.
Taliafero, Jiackson)yille.
Repre.inintllive.s-lst District. S. IM.
Sparkunilu. Tauniin: 2d] District, R.
W. Davis. PalaItka.
Land 4ti-irv-Retlister.' W. G. Ilt,1jn-
son: Rtere- \er. II. S. C'hiil I, (alit '-
vile.
ftate-Gdvernor, Wnm. S. Jprnniiugs;
Secretary, J. L. Crawford; Treasurer,
J. B. Whitefield; Attorni.y General,
Win. B. Lamar; Compi moller. A. J.
Croom; Superintendent of Public In-
struction. W. N. Seats; Commission-
er of Agri.cultrm'. B. E. McLin; Ad-
jutant Generail. J. C. R. Foster, Tal-
lahassee.
State S intor. 5th District, en. Win..
IiMiller, Point Wa.Inington.
W;ishinpgtn Count'.. I-,pIrsemntative,
S. W A. Anderson, AIhi-nson; County
J.udge. J. R. Wells; Clerk of (Cnur't,
County"Clerik, Ric drder of Deeds. \.
C. a;rk'.ey; Sirif', .l A. McKeitlion;
Tax Collector, Levi Yates; Treasurer,
J. G. Parish; Tax Assessor, Frank
Russ; County Superintendent, L. L.
Pratt, Vernon; Surveyor, P. L. Horn,
SOrange IIill; County Commisioners,
.. Williams, Chipley; Dr. W. E. Cole-
man, Vernon; J. W. Gainer, Ecqu-
fina; I). Anderson, Point Washing-
ton; W. I. Singletary, Millvills.
St. Andreows--Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, W. H. Barlell; Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surbey, Sr.,
W. I. Bartell, II. E. Doxtader; Post-
master, L M. Ware.
Harrison-Postmistress, Mrs. M. R.
Jenks.
Millville--Postmaster, P. Tomasello;
Notary Public, Joel Frater.
Parker-Postmaster, Mnartin C. Post;;
Nothry Public, WV. 11. Parke!r.
Pit s' rg---P-.:r.masilr N. W. Pitts.
Anderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
son. -*i..
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tm 'Ikin-----Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
kins.
Bayhead--Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins.
Cook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-Postmistress; Mrs. Dyer:
West Bay-Po.tlniitah-r. P. N. Hutchin-
son.

Chilhoun County, Cromanton-Postmas-
ter, 'TuI1. I, B. Manger.
Farmdale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
ford.
THE MAILS.
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. m., arrives every day ex-
cept Sundayl; at 7:15 p. mn.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Millville,
Cromanton, Parker, I'irt lrmr.. Cook,
Fl:11rmd-11al and Wetappo leaves St.
Anidrw's every morning except Sun-
day alt 1i o'rtlock, arrives, coming west
at 7 o't ock p. m.

, EL lI' "' -
KE LG O'.,ilt,2. ,. "'t


Prayer meetings every Wednesday at
8 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday
at 10 a. m. ,Rev. S. L. Loudermilk,
s -rtor.
Met hodist Episcopal-Church Wash-
ington Ave. and Church St. Sunday
school 3 p. m. every Sunday. Rev. C.
L. 1lonard, patsor.
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraintr
Ave. and Drake St. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. every Sunday, John
Stiunock, Supt.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

WX. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledge-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances-and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Bay.

WM. H. BARTELL,
Notary Public, St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
Having had eight years' experience in
executing Quarterly Pension Vouch-
ers for old soldiers and soldiers wid-
ows, also, papers for increased Pen-
sions, I am now prepared to attend
to all business promptly that may re-
quire the services of a Notary.
DR. W. G. MITCHELL,
Physician and )Dr'--;l. Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to tlie citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
S* 49
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homoeopathic Physician and Acco-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug store, Bay-
view Avenue, second door south of
Wyoming Ave.
W. H. P.ARKER,
Ni'tury Public fir the State of Flor-
ida. at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Coi\yn.v'm-ini and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.

DR W. SEATON

ow DENTIST.

East Bay Half a Mile West of
- Martin's Bridge.
At St. Andrew Every Saturday,
Sat Mrs. C. Wells'.
POSTOFFICE, MILLVILLE.



For Sale!
S We offer for sale a strip from tile south
side ol tire north half of the northwest
q.arlIer of section 10. township 4, souih,
rliuge 14, west, runninrg.from tihe school
ihen-e to Warson Bayou, adjoining Mili-
ville on tkte novth. Will be sold in aere
orjmlf-alcre lots. The price asked wil
be accopdiuf to location.
W. A. EMMONS & CO.


FOR RENT!
The prTpertlv known aq the Sanitorium
o,. Buena Vista ave and Bay Front, froit-
inig he Pat-n. Apply at the Buoy OlitMe,
41


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
14)ie Iollar a Year in .'Atl nauce.

WILLIAM A. MM N S,
1 1 o 1 I LUT oi 1.

Di-play ad. rat., .'" h:. rr inch p '
onltlhj. l'o-itiotun ;in rl t*.\x ';i..'rlii tar'v
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2c each subsequent. Display
locals double aboye rates.

A Co)inig Jubilee.
Soon will happy Cubans
Raise a glad "hooray"
O'er their little nation's
Independence day.
Long have they been waiilir~,
%w'iyt.Ld _y hon e at. n'. lf.'a.'. t
But the day is coming
And will soon be here.

Out of blood and ashes,
Out of suffering,
Independent Cutba,
By and by will spring.
Rescued from oppressors,
Sayed from cruel foes,
Soon there'llbe rejoicing
After many woes.

Independent Cuba!
Great has been the cost,-
IIur;'' sorrow, tortu:'e,
Life and treasure lost.
Years of persecution,
Sons and daughters slain,
Friends borne down to ruin
In the murdered Maine.


After years of battling
Succor to them, came,
Cruslhiny hatred tyrants,
Wiping out the shame.
Ships of war and armies
For the Cubans fought
Till was won the freedom
That hasjong been sought.

Then the helping nation
Found more work to do-
Raising, educating .
For the duties new.
After months of labor
Zealousl3 applied.
All the isle of Cuba
Now is purified.

Independent Cuba!


Great has been the cost
Years of strife ond sorrow
Blood : ud treasure lost
But the rlg I t has triumph
A' evt'-ll-,,,,, '..1 joi it


t.-
W,

hid.


In the jubilee.
-Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph.

a *'Pinga-Pong."
The shades of night were falling fast
As through a London suburb passed
A youth who bore a worried look-
And muttered as his way he took-
'Ping-Pong!"

His brow was sad, his eye annoyed,
Flashed like a globe of ccluloid;
And like a wooden racket rung
The accents front his weary tongue
"Ping-Pong!"
In happy homes he saw a blight,
Their household fires were out of sight,
For wh-re the glacial globules shone
They'd quite forgot to put coals on-
"Pinm-Pong !"

"Try not to serve," the'old man said,
''Dark lower's a failure on your head;
The chitfonier is yawning wide;"
But still his weary voice replied
"Pingl-Poffg!"


port w within lt.: dali a ,ilo ', l.-. itL ,veL


ported from forci,'ii countries.
The poor of tha United States
have as much right to cheap beef as
the poor of England have to cheap
bread. But stand ready to see (n
what grounds the resolution of Mr.
McDermott's aimed at the extortion-
ate Beef Trust, will be fought by tihe
protectionists. 'lhey will declare
that:
1. It'is a blow at the whole sacred
protective system,
2, It is a blow at a'l important
American industry.
3. It is 4 blow at American labor.
For, according to the protectionist,
the way to keep up wages is to let
the employer rob the public of a dol-
lar it the chari'rable hope that lie will
give, a nickel of it to his working-
men-a theory which doesn't work in
practice, business experience showing


"Oh, stay," the maiden said, "and rest that employers give to their work-
While for the ball we go make quest!" ingmen only what they are compelled


A glare lit up his frenzied eye,
"There's plenty mere left," was his
sigh- "Ping-Pong!"

"Beware the volley mad and rash,
Beware the awful cunning 'smash'"
This was the policeman's last goodnight
A voice replied through the lamplight:
"Ping-Pong!"

At break of day as on his beat,
A constablein Oxford street
Muttered for six o'clock pray'r,
A voice rang on the silent air-
'"Ping-Pong!"

A traveler prostrate on the ground,
Somewherein Camden Town was found,
Still clinging to a racket fast
And wildly murmuring to the last-
", ing-Pong!"

Thete in the morning coid and grey,
Braiuless yet beautiful lie lay;
And fell a voice on him from far,
"Good Lord, what asses some folks
are!" ."Ping-Pong!" *
-Clifton Bingham in The Sketch.
With apologies to the shade of Long-
fellow.

His Half.
An old Maryland colored man was
summoned to court by the controversy
over the ownership of a mule.
"Who bought the mule?" demanded
the judge.
"Clem Smif and Ah each bought half
ob him, sah," responded the old man.
"Where is Smith now?"
"He ain't nebber cum down yit, sah.
He went to curry his half when his
half was in a bad humor. Now Clem's
chillun wants to get deh father's half
away from my half, en deh half am
dess half"-
"Stop!" roared the judge. "Dismiss
the case."-Chicago Nws..


to give, and no more.
See how the protectionists are fight-
ing a beggarly concession of 20 per
cent. in the sugar duty of Cuba, be-
cause it might lower the price of su-
gar a little to the people, and so re-
duce the profits ot the beet sugar
growers.
While we are all interesting our-
selves in the new tax on the poor
man's bread in England, to which
our pitying eyes are wide open, let us
turn our eyes nearer home, where ev-
erythi ng is made unnecessarily dear
by public and private taxes in the
interest of protected uindustlie con-
trulled by gorged trusts.-N. Y.
Ilerahl.

l'lF.re 11 Out.
S!nee the force' exerted by the hu-
nman lIhert ever-y twvlnty-lour hours is
sutitH'u.it to lift 120l tons moe foot high,
when i a nan tells his sweetheart that
"he loves IeI w\itii all his hleat," can
it I)e tLat htie means 10.000 pounds an
tour'-- New York T"'imnes.

A, Sna Restion.
The Angry FIatlher-What do you ex-
pect me to do-send you all the money
you ask for or calmly allow you to get
into debt'
The Son-You might do both.-Life.
little gentleman jumped out and came
back with three first class tickets.
landing thi ri to the astonished strain.
gers. he said: "Whist, I'll tell you how
I did it! I wint along th' thrain. 'Tick-
ets, plaze; tickets, plaze!' I called, and
these belong to three Saxon tourists in
another carriage."-Harry Furuiss in
Strand. .
' ~ l-::Z'^^ ^*'' 'SKS'


TURN YOUR EYES

"r4iil I:n'1liNlh TV-;i 1to Ou0r Own0
A ll th -, ,I.,l id l, all, i, l, ee:u, e
llt e I 1 if I ll ....-0 :mn ent; l'I 1-.,1 by'
Slh,: ii.ex,, l.n le ,nLi l.. ( l w ar, l i- ley-
led a I;ax upul ~i rulmel UI o niecusNa-
ries not lile-a course which the
American government pursues every
day'in time ot peace.
The American trusts do the same
thing independently of the govern-
ment and the people stand this taxa-
tion for private profit with conmpara-
tively little murmuring.
The Beef Trust, for example.
Tliat conuner- il.',l oigp. izat'iin, i.-
doubly "protected."
I n its interest thIi government lev-
ies a tariff on Canadian, Mexican and
all other foreign die.,ned beef.
Then the trnt protects itself : t
home against competition by going
into a conspiracy with the railroads,
which give it special rates ua against
all threaincing rivals,
The cry is raised in En 'and, and
justly, t lat the new duties of three-
peuce a hundred weight on imported
grain and of fiye-pence a hundred
weight on meal and flour will bear
chiefly and heavily upon the poor.
That is no unusual experience for
tie poor. In every country, inclu:g-
ing our own, things are so managed
that in the end the poor have to pay
most of the taxes. The more fortun-
ate classes may pay out the money
to the tax-gatherers, but they collect
it again from tihe 'consumer" in
higher prices.
Nobody in England thinks this
new tax on food a good tiing. Ev.
erybody deplores it as a measure
which the frightful drain of the Boer
war forces upon the government.
How is it with our peace taxes on
necessaries?
Congressman McDetmott has in-
troduced in the house of representa-
tives a resolution instructing tihe
Ways anl Means committee te re-


printery"
Coming from anybody else this hlnt
might have invited trouble, but respect
for Josh Kinney's iron muscles and his
teeming brain brought it only silent
obedience.
Lower Corners, which, by the way, is
not a village, but a farming commu-
nity, made sport of Josh when lie first
came and started his newspaper. That
was before they knew anything about
the big brain that dominated his an-
gular body. lie manage(l to get some-
thing into every Issue that set his
neighbors thinking anid made them re-
spect him for his learning.
In Lower Corners today there are
men of families who were boys ten
years ago-big, lusty, mischievous boys
who loved a fish fry in the summer and
a bobsled ride when the snow was
kn"e deep on the Rochester road. Of
course, they remember the night when
a dozen of them. playing the gallant
to as ma-ny country girls with ruddy
cheeks, rode past Kliney's little office
and bombarded the door with snow-
nballs.
Kinney never forgot it, because the
crash of' those snowballs sent a shock
to his tw'oirt that changed the current
of li s life. All night ,i nug ie' unu near
noit'inn but tile nmonotonousm beating of
hmt' It;tle press whih his fooktkept in
mention. How prosaic it was against
the rollickiig jingle of the sle!gbbeiis,
iew hari'h against the musical laugh
tr of the girls in the sled!- And what
a strange thrill went through him as
he heard one of these cry out: "Please
don't throw any more, boys. You
oughtn't to disturb Mr. Kinney when
h-'s busy. Please don't."
"And is there really somebody who
cares enough about me to think of
that?" he asked himself. "Am I doing
right to shut myself up here when I
might be out with those boys and girls?
I wonder whose voice that was. It
sounded like-but what reason have 1
to think that'?"
Maybe he didn't have any reason to
think it, but a vague, tender hope rose
above reason. "Mary"-what a pretty
name it was. he thought-"Mary Man-
ning-Kinney." So tinild was this big,
strong man that he actually blushed at
his own audacity when he coupled her
name with his. "Mary Manning Kin-
neyl" It kept ringing in his spiritual
ear like the melody of a favorite song.
When the last issue of The Sangamon
Boy was run off and Josh Kinney crept
into bed, a host of sentimental fancies
kept him awake until far into the
morning and then wove themselves in-
to the fabric of his dreams.
Mary Manning was the only daugh-
ter of the richest farmer in Lower Cor-
ners and the one girl in the community
who had tossed aside the blue bonnet
of the district school and become a
seminary girl abroad. She saw in Kin-
ney -something more than a clod, some-
thing higher than the creator of a
weekly rural paper. She respected him
for his wide fund of Information, for
his rugged sincerity, for his physical
and mental power. She-but she her-
self could not have told by what proc-
ess she came to hold a tender regard
for this modest giant among pygmies.
Possibly It was because he was at once


esese^^ass.mfBostesses-r ^ **o

R RM ANCE OF


10JShi IINNEY .

0 EDTITOP k ulVAR>#TOO A!
O Q It r..O") U2 Jon: ,V4
Lli iow9 ifti> TeaS i


It .' :- ;'.ii' n',il e for n a ini -v-p por
"-T'lo' S,|||L., i rjln ]i_'y--bmnt is c.nrit r
. .... s, .lC of o ,Iio.IS thai: t noI,.dy

n. iu -J.1 v .T. Theie 'n y go.- i UU cLou'Itry
fl.IL c. ilh:' L.'\x -r I'clo r invs -':i.4 It was
a g.vil e p ,rn. An.h ow. IIke liI(- good
1,y. it .ou itt c rit .r-- lther
vwa- ; ur .in xlI) mI .er wx'a.n t'parelaed
m 1 o r 0111 Iif If Ip \ .m-i iii ,r I ,-' i-',ti .-.
"'i't:l f'.l'm ,. waw'i a ii't.u r i.t'," s iqd
,',1 .l- li I;,1' h!;' it.. "'l.utp e .rlrt-
,I u ':j -lInu !L-i,',ii D.tl ye c %.' nrt.id
al',.'nt ih.li:il' l I 'i 'r ., '' I'o ve r'.e,;' t v.'lo
it's by. but this Jo-h Kinney was a
good deal like Ichabod."
Josh Kinney was a farm hand by
ilay and an editor by night. Somebody
said his nerves were made of Iron. lie
rested his brain by busying his body
:nd rested his body by busying his
brain. The eyes that were set far back
under the shaggy brows never lost
their keenness in the shadows of his
protruding 'brow. They were the unfail-
ing signal lights that flashed the mes-
sage of a vigilant, alert, observing
mind. Kiiiny was patient, else he nev-
er wocld l;ave clei-ned the w111i' 'cr's
art at odd moments. lie was plodding
iind persistent, else he never would
!rioe toiled for into the night to bring
out the weekly issues of The Sanga-
tuon Boy.
His office was even older than the
main. To see it one could almost guess
what manner of man was its presiding
genius. It is standing today, a plain
square cabin on the very crown of a
desolate hill five miles removed from
any town. Behind it and sheltering it
from the spite of the winter winds
and the afternoon sun is a grove of
great towering oak trees, lifting their
branches high over the head of a tan-
gled mass of forest shrubbery. Its one
door is nailed shut, and strong boards
cover the two squares on either side
where windows once let in a timid
light by day and sent out a ghostly
glimmer of oil lamps by night.
For ten years not a foot has been set
inside the door. The little old hand
press was removed long ago and the
worn type. One might find a rusty
stick nestling here and there in the
cracks of the board floor, and he might
see a bit of yellow paper tacked near
the door bearing the words in Josh's
mrv.U I L rind v. '-imnZ:
"I.,:..fr-r- -ire inviteIl to th. I.l:~-Ik- I


i'at his bil(. he mumMA'iT r, ,lul-
self. "He might at least have asked
me.i How'd he know what I might
hae said?"
In~two hours every man, woman and
child in Lower Corners who could had
devoured these double leaded lines:
~,iAth thit issue publication of The
Sangamon Boy is suspended for lack
of an editor. He came to you empty
handed; lie has gone with the fairest
flower of Lower Corners, with the
'queen rose of the rosebud garden of
girls.' IHe hopes he has gone, too, with
the kindly wishes of all this worthy
people. lie bears with him no enmities,
no regret, save those that come from
the sense of a work ill done. If he had
ideals ntd failed to reach them, it was
not because he lacked the Inspiration
of your generous support.
"Better The Saagamon Boy shoulld
die In lhis youth than be cast a waif
upon the world. Of him I shall hold for
myself the tenderest remembrance; to
you I equeath whatever of good he
may have done. I loved him the more
that lie was only a boy, just a strip of
a lad who longed to be a man and
wield a man's power. Pity that one so
young should not' have had a wiser
hand to point his way and guide his
wavering feet. When you. my friends.
shall read tlese lines, his life will have
closed, and i ine-will have begun in
fuller measure. Do you doubt my
prophecy? Read:
"KINNEY-MANN ING.-Married, June 17, in
Springfield, at midnight, by +Rev. John Ingalls,
pastor of the Grand Avenue M. E. church, at his
residence, Joshua Kinney and Miss Mary Manning,
both of Lower Corners. Shortly after the cere-
mony Mr. and Mrs. Kinney left on the Alton for
Kansas City, where the late editor of The Sanga-
mon Boy will give his entire time to newspaper
work. The bride is lie daughter of John Man-
ning, one of the best known tarners of Sangamon
county.
Two hours after he had read this
concise notice John Manning held in
,one of his hands a telegram from St.
Louis signed "Mary." It simply stated
that she was very happy with the
"dearest man in the world."
A cynical neighbor said Manning was
conciliated by that statement about
"one of the most prominent farmers;"
but, whatever the cause, Manning de-
clared that "Kinney is a mighty long
way from being the worst man in the
world."-Chicago Record-Herald.

You never heard of any one Using
Foley's Honey and Tar not being satis-
fied. Sold by B. V. Brock, St Andrew.
Why Toinsk Wan Ignored.'
A correspondent of an English paper
tells why the great Transsiberian rail-
way does not run through Tomsk, the
capital. "How much will you give us
If we bring the line past Tomsk?" ask-
ed the surveyors and engineers who
mapped the route. "Nothing!" replied
Tomsk. "We are the capital of Siberia,
and you can't avoid coming here." "Oh,
can't we?" replied the route finders.
"If you don't produce so many thou-
sand rubles, there will be insurmount-
able engineering difficulties that will
prevent us coming within a long way
of Tomsk." These engineering difficul-
ties were discovered, and so the Trans-
siberian railway sweeps along fifty
miles to the south of Tomsk, and a
branch line had to be made.


so gentle and so strong.
Luwer Corners was suspicious enough
Plount most things, but it did not 'tomn
to giv. tile Sol.hjiet a sc -co)n.l tlii;':lit
wh'11n Josh Klinney ttk Mary Mann
nlri- Ih l .e aft'-r choi.r pre, 'li,.c H e.
wans JuRt the liais zirig.-r ani.l ih..- ilhe
.ri:inl.tI,, and of ci nri r e lie \-lh % nih niit
I t her go unpro:ect'd. Lower Cor-
ners thought lie was accommodating,
that was all.
Would she protest also when he
should tell her of his longing, of his
love? You, gentle reader, know she
would not, and Josh made bold enough
one night when the moonlight was
glowing on the hills to find out for
himself. It was not for others to
know what he said.
"Not necemtal ly for publication, but
just as an evidence of good faith,"
said Josh loi,;g after when twitted
n 'i.urt It. . .."" -, "' ..
ThI.reo icae auotlhrr ntilt when the
moon was not shining. The little office
was as dark as the great world out-
side and flt quiet. It was Thursday
night, and the hand press was still,
That seemed strange to passersby on
the road. They were used to hearing
the steady clack of the press on that
night long after 12. If they had ob-
served closely, they might possibly
have seen that the door was standing
wide open and that over It was a
square white patch of something.
The next day-ah, what a Friday
that was for Lower Corners! It has
been written in great big letters into
the history of the neighborhood. By
some freak of fortune or misfortune
John Manning was the first man to
ride down tlie road past Kinney's of-
fice. The sun was just lifting its red
disk over the cornfields to the cast.
He was whistling his favorite tune,
the one he had learned in the old days
when he wooed and won Nancy Cor-
win. He spied the bit of paper over
Kinney's open doorway. He passed
through the latticed gate and up tihe
hill to the cabin. There he adjusted
his spectacles and read these words:
"To subscribers: Walk in and get your
paper. The editor Is busy elsewhere."
Manning, consumed with curiosity
and never bashful about getting what
was coming to him, went in and picked
up a paper from a huge pile stacked on
the office table. He glanced over the
first page and then turned to Kinney's
editorials-he always liked to read
them even though he was not always
convinced by them. There was some-
tlbrng -here this time that blanched his
face W d made him totter to a chair for
support.
Hi1 first impulse was to tear his pa-
per-into fragments and burn the rest,
1;ut i;,-i'al be folded it up, thrust it
Int 1.'his l:ckmt an1 1 hurried from the
oh ,f ,,


urriTIn Siin1.p i.T.
"Ien'ry." said I'nl'l.! k"- it fr,'nm T'p
creek, vwho was visiiir. I Is ciry nvilh
ew, "'w.')'s thint r.a". iln I e Ilnos0 On!
tlie oilner s:le of t:.e ste.-.t? Ever\'m
mornin,- lie s :i;i', inn f;,,ut of a x\ In
flow au' shln\v's In:lIn'ltf. llt's done
it now .for tlir,-e di;. hiannl running."
"I suppose that hi hls d11. it ee\-ry
morning for the last ten y.-ars. uncle,"
replied HIenry.
"Has he lived there all that time?"
"Yes, nnd longer than that, for all 1
know. I've been here only ten years
myself."
"Who s lhe?"
"I don't know."
"What does he roller?"
"I haven't the slightest Idea. uncle."
Uncle Amos put on his hat and went
out.
In an hour or two he returned.
- "'lenry, he sani, "that chap's name
is IIorton. He runs :nn Insmurance Olflct'
down town. He's wuth aboit $27,000.
owns that house an' lot, beldrigs to the
Presbyterlan church, has three boys
an' one girl, an' he's forty-six years
old. I've found out more about him in
an hour than you have In ten years.
Blamed if 1 don't believe living' in the
city makes people stupid."-Bhicagd
Tribune.

He Watched Them.
The following is one of the stories
told about Eugene Field:
There were visitors in prospect one
afternoon In the Field housellold and
a strike in the culinary department.
Mischief was at flood tide. and Mrs.
Fiteid was vainly endeavoring to be
everywci ee at once, when the man of
"sharps anl fiats" appetired inA the
kitchen doorway with a folio in his
hand.
"Oh, won't you watch those pies for
me while 1 run upstairs an instant?"
iist wife exclaimed. "Be sure not to
let the meringue seorch--it would ruin'
them: you'd better give me that book
or they'll be burned to a crisp." With
mock meekness Mr. Field allowed her
to carry off his treasure. On returning
she was horrified to find the oven door
wide open and the rich, fluffy meringue'
flat. tough and leatherlike.
"They're ruined!" she extlalmed fi'
dismay. "Why didn't you keep the
oven door shut?"
"Keep the door shutI" Mr. Field
repeated In very genuine amazement.
"Why, you told me to watch them ev-
ery instant, and I'd like to know how
I could do that with the oven door
shut!"-New York Times.

Sable Sheep.
Sable sheep are not frequently seen
In England, but ebony lambs are plen-
tiful In the Austrailian commonwealth
A colonial floekrunater had quite a


Lfl.ICr7 tC)~r1. LTL.-~ ___________________________________~ II I--


them in a range b., themselves. He
found that black lambs might not re-
cur in a flock in generations and then
recur suddenly. For exampIl, Where a
black ram was used in a flock of white
ewes the product w'as hlte lambs,
with few exceptions, and where sire
and dam were ebony colored the lambs
were mostly white. A-nd so the Aus-
tralians gave up the attempt to found
a sable flock. Where wool Is dyed a
deep color sable wool absorbs less dye
and makes a more durable color. Still
black fleece absorbs more sun rays than
white, and black sheep are more seri-
ously affected by heaf,-London Live
Stock Journal

Speaker and Speakers.
There is a tale to the effect that while
Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed wielded
the gavel a gentleman took his little
boy to the gallery of the house of repre-
sentatives. Looking down upon the
more numerous branch of the federal
legislature the child asked, "Father,
who is that large man sitting in the
pulpit with a mallet In his hand?"
"He, my son," replied the fond par-
ent, "Is the house of representatives."
"And who are those other men sitting
in semicircles around him?" inquired
the tiny chap.
"They are the speakers of the house
of representatives," answered pater-
familias. -Champ Clark in Leslie's
Weekly.
Historical "Bnlll."
Grave historical writers are occasion-
ally guilty of what are called "Hiber-
nlcisms." The following passage oc-
curs in a popular history of France:
"It Is extremely doubtful whether
this prince, Merovmous, ever existed at
all, but he had a son, Chllderic, whose
existence is well authenticated."
The following is also from a historic-
al work:
"Like Samson of old, who, armed
only with the jawbone of an ass, put
1,100 Philistines to the sword."

A Brutal Threat.
Mrs Jigsby (the discussion having
become somewhat personal)-You may
talk till doomsday, George Jigsby, but
you'll never get me to admit that a
wife is bound to do as her husband
tells her.
Mr. Jigsby-By gravy, madam, If 1
outlive you I'll have It engraved on
your tombstone that you were a good
and obedient wife!--Chicago Tribune.

Good Cough Sirup.
The following sl said to make a
splendid cough sirup: Take one ounce
of boneset, one of flaxseed, one of slip-
pery elm and a stick of licorice. Boil
in soft water until the strength Is ex-
tracted. Strain carefully and add one
pint of best sirup and one pound of
loaf sugar. Simmer together. Bottle
up tight when cold and take a table.,
spoonful three or four times a day.

Are You Using Allen.s Foot.
Ease?
Shake [into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder, It cures corns, bunions.
painful, smarting, hot, swollen feet. At
all druggist and shoe stores, 25c,


lea came across spiders' webs of such:
,strength and huge dimenslous that
they were positive obstacles In his:
path. Needless to say,'the tenants of
these webs' were of a monustrous size.:
"I measured one of these fabrics,"
She says. "It had a diameter of more
than six feet, without frrclidlig th~
long brace threads that run out like
forestays to the extremity of the sur-
rounding branches. I then took a num-
ber of wild lemons and flung them:
against the center with all my might.'
The web stopped every one. If 1 ns
wonder that wheh a bird becomes enl
tangled in the meshes the huge spider
is able to make a breakfast off him."

A New Engrlih Author.'
The traveler who happens to be!
weather- b6trnd: ,t P~'ugia may find
some amusement' i trhe library of one
of the leading hotels. Among fth coS'"
tents of the shelves there !s a co~hsdi
erable sprinkling of English books'
but, to the visitor's surprise, a large
proportion of these are by a mysterious
author, "Bart.", of whose name he 1s
probably ignorant. But when he finds
that Bart has written "Ivanhoe" and
"The Last Days of Pompeii" the key to
the mystery is discovered. The local
binder has taken the author's title for
his name, and Sir Walter Scott and
Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton are eredit-
ed with but one personality between
them.
Nature.
Nature is the good fairy, human nat
ture the bad. Nature made the world?
for all; human nature has made it tfoi
the few.-London Truth.



You Cans


LeadaHorsu


to water but you
make him drink.


can't


You can't make him eat
either. You Can- stuff food-in-
to a thin man's stomria l but
that doesn't make him use it- I
Scott's Emulsion can make:
him use it. How? By mak-

ing him hungry, of course-
Scott's Emulsionr makes a thin
bodyhungryallover. Thought
a thin body was naturally hun-'
grydidn't you? Well it isn't,
A thin body' is' asleep--not
working---gone on a striker
It doesn't fry'tof se it's fo6d6
Scott's Emulsion iwakes i'
up-puts it to' woft again
making new flesh That's the
way to get fat ..
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chm~ist 409 PL StL., N. *
ocE and i.o; all drust*


....Ai


- J--


'*I a e i ,. r i 11.IN .
A tri'llngl. T Il. Gnermanrn **.it ,. n...i:Ys
the n na lie miay rdirire It. 'ou,liasrn hnrcn Iti
Gemllnli i a \\ tk, inol,'. e i' less wi:'ri
the pnl!ernuin (catl. At fliFt you cnu-
not liellhve I lal a l' Is i.ren!iy afncr y u;
n.1l tlhen yo ir 1nl rI'.n1 r lh.1- l~i guiltily
over your pamt. HeI takes oiut his liitlI
book-one of a splall' library of litftl
boo'is wileh lie carries ti his blouse-r
nnil Inqinres your age. your nnitonlity
and how long ynn imton'1 to tnlay.
You learn subsequently thnt a record
of every person in tihe cmupire is care-
fully kept. Vwith full de:tnls na to hlb
occupation, material wr'alth and social
sta:di;ig. If you move Into a ne w
lhu.'so. 3uoU must inoify the police; It
you move out, you rfiust notify the poj
llen; if you hire a servaut girl, yoU
iunnt purchase a yellow Illnnk and re-
port the fnt.t, the girl also maninig a
r-.port. Whin she In levr a-u ,must
sI.lnl In a green bhink stalllig why she
is dismisldd, where shli Is going and
so On.
If you fail in any of these nultitr.
dinous requirements of the govern-
ment-and I have mentloumd only t
few of them-there is a line to pay,
each fine graduated to the enormity
of the offense. There are offenses
graded as low as 2 cents.-Inudependent

When Time Hangs Heavllry
Time is never wasted until it "hang
heavily on our hands," when you are
neither working nor enjoying yourself.
There may be times when it Ilitit
one's mood to "loaf and Invite one'd
soul," but they are rare nowadays. It
you don't believe it, consider how the
average citizen spends his vacation.
Most people work harder and econo-
mize their vacation time more grudg-
ingly in getting the most out of It tha?
they do in any other part of the year,
They hate to lose a minute of enjoy-
ment.
Of course there are times-every day
-when time seems absolutely wasted,
and these are the times when men's
tempers are on edge and tfing# g6
crosswise. Chief among this list of
wasted and monotonous intervals
the tite spent in waiting fio a 6ar, if
traveling on It after you get it, tin wait-,
ing for meals, r fuming over dilatory
nppolutmefits or by reaching there too
soon. Other iInstanices Are where tht
bore buttonholes you and insists wit
excessive eloquence in stringing l
three line item Into. a tWo cof' t1 tale.'
-Pittsbrlig Dipatch.

Hnae Spidersa 'ove Them.,
Every one who owns a little strip of
garden knows what it Is to clear ,away
Spider webs,. a matter of.gSmaif difl-
culty and lightly performed, but a pop-,
ular naturalist who lately returned
r.-kv .n ra.I* k.r!a-.A f Ponttfkl" A mar._


"All V., vI. % -. -


. - . 1 ... p


--T


.111 kill, 11 A, i to p,.-ze -I u i i bvc I i I ; a !


g m I 1 -- L I i n


d.!


6y1te







MARITIME,


NoTs.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it iin-
posuible to make schedule timeit must be
charged tothe elements; they do the best
it ey ean.

The schooner Cleopatra arrived
from Pensacola Friday niorning., ami
sailed out again Monday night.
The chbr. Alex Cook sailed for
Apalachicola Monday night for a
oad of lumber for Dr. C. E. IBooth of
Gay, to be used in the construction
of his now house at that place.

PACKET SCHOONER
ALEXANDER COOK,
E. P. MA UoN, AlASTER
Make.q. regular trips between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensajola. Freight and
passenger Ir:.flic solicited and the most
careful and courteous attention guaran-
teed.
PACKET SCHOONER
TTF.WrPSTEAD.
EZRA KINNEY MASTER.
Makes regular tried s between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola; business con-
fined strictly to freight and passenger
work and local business solicited, Spe-
cial attention will -be given to receiving
and forwarding freight for all parties.
For further partic ilare apply to
N. W. P'cTTS, Owner, Pittsburg, Fla.
JACKET T SCHOONER
CLEOPATR &A.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
,weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East and North Bay, Passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARs, Agr.
NAPHTHA LAUNCH,
LAURA.
(AP'. D. M. VIlrXEII I.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at l:00 p. in.; arrives at. St. Andrews at'
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg, and Frnmd.alo. Freight landed at
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freilit, rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postollices.
DAVID M. WITIIERILL, Contractor.


The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-


waters. Max:Mir
April 23 80 54
24 85 55
2.1- 86 52
26 86 h4
27 86 58
28 84 60
29 90 63
Forweek...-85 I 58


n. Menn.
67
70
69
70
72
72
77
I 72 I


R'n W'd
.00 s
.00 sw
.00 sw
.00 sw
.00 sw
.00 s
.00 s
.001


This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that euare a cold in one day

SWEET BAY CAMP, NO. 54,


MilIville, Fla.
Meets ot1 the fist
anld third Satur-
day each noitht
at 7:30 p. in.
D, L, BURGESS, C. C.
W. H. PHILIPS, Clerk.

Parker Lodge No. 142
F. J 1& A.- '-M.
-t egilu s (Join inn unii-
h catiouns ot the t1 it.t
t_ third Sat urlay,
in eanc l mnith.
Isiltineg irBothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. EH. PARKEL,, W. M.
IV. A. ,,uosa.Soorotarv

AlIi Eyes on Texas.
Great is Texas. Her vast cotton
cropsa nd marvellous oil discoveries
amaze the world. Now follows the
startling statement of the wonderful
work at Cisco. Tex. of Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption. "My wife
contracted a severe lung trouble,"
writes editor J. J. Ever, '"which caus-
ed a mostobstinate cough and resulted
In profuse hemorrhages, but she hai
been completely cured by Di. Kin 's
New Discovery.-' It's positively guar-
ajnteed for coughs, colds. and all throat
and lang troubles. 50c and $1 00. Trial
bottles free at all druggists.
geno's Paradox.
Many persons will recall the famous
paradox of Zeno by which he sought
to prove that all motion Is Impossible.
"A body." he argued, "must move
either In a place where it is or in a
place where It Is not Now, a body in
the place where it is la stationary and
cannot be In motion, nor, obviously,
can It be In motion in the place where
It Is not. Therefore it cannot move at
alll.
Bodies do move, however, and that
Is a sufficient answer to the Ingenious
philosopher.
Foloy's Honooy and Tar contains no1
Apiates and can safely be given to chil-
dren[. For sale by B. V. Brock.


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Read Hubkins' ad. 2dcol. 3d page.
-Try -aw Palmetto Cough Syrup at
Hoskins' 35c.
-Gents' and ladies' Oxford Ties at
J. R. Thompson's.
-Democrats, turn out and attend the
Primary next Monday at 2 p. m.
-Every business man should have a
Letter File. You can get a nice one at
the Buoy office for 30c.
-Kalamazoo Celery Compound-the
best blood Purifier Cures rheuma-
tism. At the Pioneer Drug Store.
-The telephone connection with
Chipley, which has been broken for
several days, is again established.
-Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiar-
ly adapted for 'asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness. For sale by B V.IBrock.
-A good bi,, Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 1 o'clock p.m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited to
pai ticipate.
-Miss Grace Day, deputy postmis-
tres was taken with a chill Tuesday af-
ternoon and had to leave her post and
had not been able to return when the
Buoy went to press.
-Mrs. Russell has sold her West End
residence, corner of Magnolia avenue
and Superior street, and left yester-
day for Minnesota, where she will
henceforth have her home.
-If troubled by a weak digestion
loss of appetite, or constipation, try a
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets Sold by L. M. Ware,
St. Andrew and.Bavhead, and all med-
iciufn dealers.
-There is plenty of railroad talk in
the air again. This time it is the Co-
lumbus, Eufala and St, Andrews road.
Some of 'our most sanguine townsmen
have already got the road almost built
-in their mind's eye.
-The Ice Cream season is fairly on
again, and until further notice, I God-
ard of the Racket Store will serve the
delicacy every Wednesday and Satur-
day, and also on Sunday evening. Later
be will keep it constantly.
-$2 will pay for the Jacksonville
Daily Metropolis from now until 'De-
cember 1, 1902, coveriDg the entire
scope of the political campaigns of the
year. Address Carter & Russell Pub-
lishing Co.. Jacksonvi!le Fla.
-The young folks treated themselves
to a delightful dance at Ware's Hall
last Saturday night. The weather was
not too warm, and all the other condi-
tions necessary for a joyous good time
were as near perfect as could be de-
sired.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. And rews Blu IT, or luena Vista
-.A.. CV -- .-f_ ..,


1, 1 -UL. (J V V V 1A: u-a .T.7oft b11
St. Andrews Iv country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office.
-The Nashville Weekly American's
handsome premium pictures, displayed
in the ,Buoy office windows attract
much attention. The way to get them
is to subscribe for the American in club
with the Buoy and get the chance for a
cash pi'ize besides.
-11 you are thinicing of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on long time for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
dated.
-On Saturday evening lst, Miss
Lora Fenton who resides in West End,
went into the cow yard to milk and her
cow, worried by flies, suddenly attack-
her with her h a'ainstthe fence and inflicting, a dan-
gerous wound three or f ,ur inches long
in the lower abdomen, from the effects
of which she is confined to her bed.
Dr. Kestor is attending her.
-Several state papers are already
beginning to talk about celebrating the
Fourth of July. What voint on the
Bay will be time first to invite their
neighbors to join them in an old-fash-
ioned celebrarion on that day? It is to
be hoped that whatever local prejudice
may exist will ie put aside, and that
all the people will gather in harmony
at whatever point is chosen.
-The Buoy has secured an agency for
the Thos A. Edison jr. Wizard Ink
Tablet, a wonderful invention that
has revolutionized the manufacture of
ink because it is a Pure Ink, superior
to any manufactured in liquid form and
at less than half the price. It is made
in six colors; is absolutely indellible
and cannot be removed from paper
with acids: all colors except carmine are
non corrosive One Tablet makes one
ounce of Splendid Ink. Put 'up eight
Tablets in a box. Price per box 10 cts;
three tablets for 5c; will make two or-
dinary school ink bottles of the Best
Ink you eve1 saw. The trade supplied
at wholesale rates, by the Buoy.
-The Woodmen of the World, which
by the way, claims to be the cheapest
and safest fraternal life insurance in
the world, has reduced the entrance
fee from $11 to $2 from now until the
6th of June, 19i)2; this being an anniver-
sary day inducement to provide for
your family, or for yourself after reach-
ing the age of 70 years and total disa-
bili y, when one-tenth of the insurance
will be naid .**ach year. Sweet Bay
Camp No. 54, at Millville, of which W.
H. Philips is clerk, will be pleased to
entertain the application of any man of
good health, good habits and exempla-
ry reputation between the ages of 18
and 52. After June 6, the regular nrico
of $11 will again prevail. Every hus-
band, every father, every son should
join this order.

Bicycles are generally considered n
very modern Invention, but some of
the Egyptian obelisks, it is said, bear
figures mounted on two wheeled vehi-
cles resembling the old velocipedes.


-Read Hoskin's ad.jlast column this p
Notice.
There will be held at the Buoy office,
on Monday May 5, at 2 o'clock p m., a
Primary Election to elect a member of
the Democratic Executive CuommitLte
to Jill vacancy caused by the rebigua-
tion of A. E. Reister.
W. B. GAINER, Ch'n
Dem. Ex. Comn.
Shudders at His Past.
"I recall now with horror," says Mail
Carrier Burnett Mann, of Levanna, 0.,
.'my three years of suffering from kid-
ney trouble. I was hardly ever free
from dull aches or acute pains in my
back. To stoop or lift mail sacks made
me groan. I felt tired, worn out, about
ready to give up, when I began to use
Electric Bitters, but six bottles com-
pletety cired me and made me feel like
a new man." They're unrivaled to reg-
ulate the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels. Perfect atistaction guaranteed
by alt druggists. Only 50c.
Crushed the Objector.
Booker T. Washington told an amus-
Ing story of an old colored preacher
who was endeavoring to explain to his
congregation how it was that the chil-
dren of Israel passed over the Red sea
safely, while the Egyptians, who came
after them, were drowned. The olr.
man said:
"My brethren, It was this way: When
the Israelites passed over, It was early
in the morning, while It was cold, and
the ice was strong enough so that they
went over all right; but when the
Egyptians came along" it was in the
middle of the day, and the sun had
thawed the ice so that It gave way
under them, and they were drowned."
At this a young man in the congrega-
tion, who had been away to school and
had come home, rose and said: "I don't
see how that explanation can be right,
parson. The geography that I've been
studying tells us that ice never forms
under the equator, and the Red sea is
nearly under the equator."
"There, now," said the old preacher.
"That's all right. I'ze been 'spectin'
some of you smart Alecks would be
askin' jest some such fool question.
The time I was talking' about was be-
fore they had any jogafries or 'quators
either."
His Idea of a Sermon.
Robert Morris, a man celebrated for
the part he took in the American Rev-
olution, was once asked by Dr. Rush:
"Well, Mr. Morris, how 4td you like
the sermon? I have heard it highly ex-
tolled." "Why, doctor," said he, "I
did not like it at all. It is too smooth
and tame for me." "Mr. Morris," re-
plied the doctor, "what sort of a ser-
mon do you like?" "I like, sir," replied
Mr. Morris, "that preaching which
drives a man up into a corner of his
pew and makes him think the devil Is
after him."
hWat Is Foley's Kidney Dare?
Answer: It is made fron+a prescrip-
tion of a leading Chicago, physician.
and one of the most eminent in the
country. The ingredients ar,e the pur-
est that money can 'buy, and tre scien-
tifically combined to get theAr utmo-L
value. Sold by B. V. Brock, S&. Andrew.


Same of the f;isl;io;s in I'r:nee (dIn:
:ng the reign of Qu(en M:.hi evr(,e ,'
' leedi: .ly i absurd. p' rtic:nihnu y h.:i
ilrtes.sing amId hats. which v wer{ trim
ned with sie-h an extravng:agt wV-:i~rl
f fte others that the conlt'-s ia tdi to
tiave tih'er seats Iowered. \ Arc', i -
o Minme. C('mpan. another'ss. o hris
)auds 1111murmured. amnd the general r
m.nor wa n thlit tlie queen would ruiin I h
i''ren(.h hldies."
One (day Louis XVI. decided to for
bid the court In a body to follow th',
royal hunt in coaelhei-. In crder to lie
freer he wished only to permit real
zportsne'n to attend. The nobhe la
dies immediately rebelled, anid the
Princess of Moronco crlticised the deci
dion by means of her headdrh'ess. upon
wlbt.lh arose n m!ninture royal coach,_
followedd by two gentleonen on foot in
g;aiters. On the left of this was dis-
played a cypress garnished with black
tears, the large roots being formed of
era 1p.,
More absurd still was the halrdress-
ing of the mother of Louis Philippe,
upon whose head every one could ad-
mire her son, the Due de Beaujolais,
In the arias of his nurse as well as a
parrot pecking at a cherry.

A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.

,"Sometbinag New
Unier the Sun.,"
All doctors have tried to cure CA-
TARRH by the use of powders, acid gas-
es inhalers and drugs in paste form.
Their powders dry up the mucous mem-
branes causing them to crack open and
bleed. The powerful acids used in the
inhalers have entirely eateu away the
same membranes that 'heir makers
have aimed to cure, while pastes and
ointments cannot reach the disease. An
old and experienced practitioner who
has for many years made a close study
and specialty of the treatment c'" A-
TARRH, has at last perfected a r it-
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieves atonce, but permanently
cures CATARRH, by removing the cause,
stopping the discharges and curing all
inflammation. It is the only remedy
known to science that actually reaches
the afflicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known as "SNUFFLES the
GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE," and is
sold at the extremely low price of One
Dollar, each package contaiingin inter-
nal and external medicine sufficient for
a full month's treatment and everv-
thipn necessary to its perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect CA-
TARRH CURE ever made an- is now re-
cognized as the only safe and positive
cure for that annoying and disgusting
disease. It cures all inflammation
quickly and permanently and is also
wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FE-
VER Or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often leads
to CONSUMPTION-"SNUFFLES" will
save you if you use it at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, but a complete treat-
ment which is positively guaranteed to
cure CATARRH in any form or stage, if
used according to the directions which
accompany each package. Don't delay
but send for it at once, and write full
particulars as to your condition, and
you will receive special advice from tho
discoverer of this wonderful remedy re-
garding your case without cost to you
beyond the regular price of "SNUF
FLESrF the "GUARANTEED CATARRIH
CURE."r
Sent prepaid to any address in the,
United Stateo or Canada onreceipt of,
one Dollar. Address Dept I, EDWIN
B GILES & COMPANY. 2330 and
2232 Marketstrcet, Philhduluhia. C812


Strange Facts About Animani.
Have you ever noticed that all ani-
nmals which chew the cud are cloven
fototed? Also that most of those which
diluk water by suction are herbivorous,
the carrii\oroeis variety lapping it with
the tongue, like the cat, dog. tiger, etc.
Sheelr have no teeth in the upper jaw,
and tortoises and turtles are without
altogether.
likee most animals, horses have no
eyebrows, and hares are minus eye-
lids. Consequently the eyes of the lat-
ter cannot be shut, and a thin mem-
branous substance covers them when
asleep. The eye of the owl Is also very
peculiar, seeing that 'it is immovably
fixed In its socket and cannot stir In
any direction. To compensate for this
seeming disadvantage It can turn Its
head almost completely round without
moving Its body. If you were to keep
a frog's mouth open many minutes. it
would soon die, as owing to its peculiar
construction It can only breathe with
the mouth closed.
On the other band, fishes are com-
pelled to keep opening and closing their
nmoutbs In order to give their respira-
tory organs full play. It Is also a
strange fact that the deer has addi-
tional breathing places besides the nos-
trils, as If nature had foreseen his
great need of free respiration when
, -dI toltfe -before the bounds. Snakes
usually have their teeth In the head,
but one variety In Africa. whose prin-
cipal food Is eggs, is provided with a
substitute for them in Its stomach.

The Best l emedy for Rheuma-
tism.
QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN.
All wo use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for :rheumatism are delighted with .the
quick relief from pain which it affords.
-WVhen speaking of this Mr. D. N. Si Aks
of Troy. Ohio, says: "'Some time ago I
had a severe attack of rheumatism in my
arm and shoulder. I tried numerous rem-
edies but got no relief until I was recom-
mended by Messrs. Geo. F. Parsons& Co.,
druggists of this place to try Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. They recommended it
so highly that I bought a bottle. I was
soon relieved of all pain. I have sincere-
cuinmended this liniment to many of my
ri ends, who agree with me that. it is the
best remedy for muscular rheurnmitism in
fthe market" For sale by L. M. Ware,
St. Andiew and Baybead and all medi-
cine dealers.
Some En giIth Ads.
A general servant adverti-ed in a
Bristol paper for a place the other (Idy.
but required ."no inquiries. 1:o caps or
aprons, every evening out, good
"wages." and a journalist advert i:e(l
himself as of "no particular ability" as
a recommendation. A clerk recently
sought a pla-.i "where great strength,
personal appearance or ability are not
required." "Good butter, sixpence a
pound. Nobody can touch it," was am-
biguous and may have been wrongly In-
terpreted by the public, and a Glouces-
tershire paper which Inserted the
.d vi'tim, i elut. "Our one aflndi n iii p, 11
ny (l.ui er at '.30 p. um. I'n-;.*
[)rom lptly nri in dld to." l ovl z,',J .'
,lIly it'i niSIg up two s par:tnin :ml:

n .i,,-olh d l:ii ly I oi "r l ir 1 1. I: :, '.
-'1- of. trp.l pr c. XW ill aniy t_'ll'si .-
take hlu for a guard L-urt':"' nf l -I l'aIi i
a leading Scotch journal an advertiser
asked for "65 to pay debts incurred
through losses at betting." London
Standard.
It Saved His Leg.
P- A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., suf-
fered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his legt, but writes that
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cuied it
in five days. For ulcers, wounds, pi ls,
it's the best salve in the wor'!d. Cure
guarnteaed. Only 25c. Sold at all
drug stored.
.- --' ..* --- -
Bees' Venom For Rheumatism.
Dr. Tere, a medical man of much re-
pute in Vienna, advocates as an effec-
tive remedy for rheumatism the satu-
rating. of the patient's body with the
venom of bees. For the purpose he ex-
tracts the veuom, treasuring it up in
quantity aud applying it artiticially in
the way of puuctures. He founds this
treatment on his discovery that rheu-
matic patients do not suffer from a
bee's sting to anything like the same
decree as other people* He found that
the tumefaction or swo!ling that fol-
lows the stiihi ? of a bee does not ap-
p.ear in the rheumatic patient unless
be ~as been stung several times, while
in some cases the stinging is hardly
felt. When the patiiit suffers himself
to be stunz repeatedly, his imrntuuity
a 'a idst tile pe.isou of the bee becomes
comphl't", and he feels no pain whatro-


ever. What is more, he gets cured of
his rheunmatism.-London G(,ue.

Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, ol
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wifelwas
sick a long time in spite of good doc'
tor's treatment, but was wholly cured
by Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
worked w onders for her health." They
always do. Try them. Only 25c at all
drug stores.
A -1 -v '*.
Aptr">...-',io:' of bht' i. !!)u'i 1 Vy th'
"profateu vul;-r:':"' an i;;iit-.'d.. ::: is velli
knowii. almost to ()moion iii with' tl I
poet TPenInys'on. ii) V ', Y r( '- Ori' ) K i' '
told in illustrations ou f !l.i~i w :\', i:,s of
his. One of the best of them) will ler-
haps bear repeltiion.
Lord Tennyson was taking a country
walk with a fr:eiid. when a fellow
creature was espied In the distance.
"We must turn back," said the poet.
"That fellow means 10 waylay us."
His companion persuaded himn, ow-
ever, to continue on their path. They
caught up to the enemy andl pnased
him. lie took no notice of them whait-
ever. "'What an extraordinary thing!"
cried the irate poet. "The fellow seems
to have no idea who I am!"
Disoreilon ibe Better Part.
MlI4ss (usbugton-But were you nev-
er fright-nel. captain, when you saw
the en,'my adIvaueiug?
Captain Kandor-No; I felt safe so
long as I had a couple of life preserv-
ers with me.
Miss Gushington-Life preservers?
Captain Kaudor-Yes; my legs.--
Catholic Standard and Times.
To Curea (.3o1(1 inl One I)ny
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggsits refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sioilna-
turc or, ovory box. 25c,


Caught a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke, manager for T. M.
Tboniluson, a large iinoorter of fine ihilli
nery at 1658 Milwaukee avenue, Chicago,
says: "During the late severe weather I
caught a dreadful cold which kept me
awake at night and made me unfit to at-
tend to work during the day Ohe of my
milliners was taking Chamberlain's
Lough Remedy for a severe cold at that
time, which seemed to relieve her so
quickly that I bought some for myself. It
aoted lice magic und I began to improve
at once. I am now entirely well and feel
very pleased to acknowledge its merits."
For sale by L. M. Ware, St Andrew and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.
Well Forged.
Joakley-I understand there's consid-
erable talk now in naval circles abput
some orders that were forged very
skillfully.
Coakley-Aha! Another scandal, eh?
Joakley-Oh, no. They wero orders
tor some eight inch guns.-Exchange.

Don't Force
Your Bowels
with harsh minerals which
always leave bad after-effects
Ch the entire system, and where
their use is persisted in, tend to
completely wreck the stomach
and bowels.

..USE..
Edgar's Cathartic
Confections

The only harmless, vegetables
bowel regulator, and liver vitalizer
known.
As pleasant to the taste as
candy, and as positive as the harsh-
est mineral. No gripe or pain.
89 5. 50 cents.
Sold by DR. W. G. MITCHELL,
St. Antrews Bay, Fla.




1A

Subtle e


| Foe


Dyspepsia is unrecognized in
half the cases. It deceives the
unknowing sufferer. Its many
variations work along the weakest
lines of the system. To battle
againstonly ly one of them is vain.
Our booklet explains its symp-
toms-. Our DyspepjsiaTablet.-give
coim ,l. t- I,. la lting relkf.


O


GILES'
U Jim10psiaTablets

4v -.)" c5.
Sold by DR. W. G. MITCHELL,
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.

Look Carefully

To Your Kidneys



Dr. Jenner's

Kidney Pills


cause the kidneys to work as
nature intended they should.
They build up the shrunken
walls of the kidneys, as no
known remedy has been found
to do before.
As a cure for urinary troubles
they have no equal.

10, 25, 50o Cents ios
Sold b-r DR. W. G. MITOEELL.
tL. Andrews Bay,Fla

Canada's Banking Business.
The banking business In Canada Is
on a different plan from that In this
country. The headquarters of most of
the banks throughout the Dominion Is
in Ontario, either at Hamilton, King-
ston or Toronto. Each bank has Its
central office, generally In one of the
cities named, and as many branches as
it cares to maintain In different parts
of Canada, some of these branches be-
ing as far distant as Dawson.
Stops the Cougt aiin Works oit
tle Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a
cold iifone day. No Cure No Pay. Price
25 cents.

;: a i oi 1 7.2':,) ; imes is owln (dia n(,tm;
i!n ST" i'. s !i"'lt- that is to t 'ay; a
whit, dI;-sk -a foot across can be seen
17.';50 fert av;iy.
The Koreans as an people are better
developed physically than the Japa-
nese. They are taller and mentally
are liberally endowed.


Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.


GERMAN AMERICAN LUMBER Co.






Rouhli, Dressed (id Diff llsifll

Yellow Pin Llumber.

ALSO .

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisons and Feed.


North Uarolina Uoru


Wistoy


AT $1,50, $1.75, $2,00 ADI) $3.00 PER GALLON,
--DIRECT TO CONSUMER-l

SAVING MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS.
Ail express changes paid by me ,-7 i.a.k-Ages of two gallons on mure.
Terms: C ash witih orler. \\rite fr f le.ci iit;'" circular.
gl.eReference-Conon erci i agencies or any merchant here.,.l.j

J. H. WOOLLEY, Cherryville, N. C,.




FRANK W. HOSKINS
CROMANTON, FLA.,
1) EA E R IN

GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

I am in the Market for ALIGATOR HIDES and Will Pay
For 7 ieet and Iup...........$1 15 For 4 feet..................... 25c
6 feet........ ............... 80 3 feet. .... ............ 20o
5 feet..... ... ........... 60 1 will l)uy Hides in the "flat,"
and take tihem just a.s lliey conie.

GIVE ME A TRIAL!
I hiave a nie lt oi l Io EMON.S at 20e p.r lozen.
And COCO \NUTS at 5c each, or'6 lor 25.


JOHN R. THOMPSON,
DEALER IN


GENERAL MERCHANDISE,

Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Notions. Provisionad Fee
Buena Vt 7114vrv e tIe

I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

Business.


Thid is is in my Patrons' In lr(t as 'W(ll as my own.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.


R. F. BRAC'KIN.

R. F. RACKIN &

A CS OASH STORE!
CASH I DEALE1RS INS

i lI 3 1) 7 GOO[1DS,

S K IN!SHOES, GROCERIES,


Call and


W L BRACKIN.

SON.

4 PROSPERITY
g Cannot I
THRI VE
I ON CBEBIT! |
8 MMS E .-SaSQ


Ship Chandlery Hardware

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

MEN'S LADIES' AND BOY'S HATS.
Trunks and Valises.

FISH CAMP SUPPLIES, ETC.


AGENTS FOR
AMERICAN
Ste1l & Wire Go,
AN Y THIN G
Mla0 in Iron.


Winsi Kill Coupany

W00ooley's

Bast C.]bpper Paint.


Good SPECIAL ATTENTION
All Goods GIVJEN TO
SEXCEPT Mail Orders !
Salt, Grain apdRed SA -M
DELIVERED AT SAMPLES
Any Posioffice Gladly Sent
on the Ba 0-ia,


Breech-Loading' We Are
g TE/THE
12-Gai e G! SHOE MEN !i
Only $5.50! .ww w
R. F. BRACKIN & SON.


A H RAKE,

SUCCESSOR TO T. C. DANFORD


General 1 Merchandise !

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES!


Cooki g and Heating Stoves I

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

A Full Line of Undertaker's Sup-

plies and Burial Caskets!

GIVE 3IE A CALL!


MIMmumll II


r nn tour


--THE


'r P h i-V tj%,r -J


=

















Thursday, May ;1 1902.


ST. AND REWS
PRICES CURRENT
GROCERIES.
4ugar, lb Tea, lb
Granulated...... 7 He No....... 5
Coufee,A ..... (6t Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 6 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
(],,ffee, Cond milk, # cari
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened..... 10
inger suaps 31b 25 Baking powder
crackers, soda. 10 Royal ........ 50
rohacco, plug a0a60 Campbell...... 10
"Raisins Canned fruit
London ayers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20
Valencia...... 8 Tomatoes..... 8a 2
A, A-IQ I (


tict ....... * f ppic ........ i
kpples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated... 121 Plums ......... 1)
DriedPeasches 8 Apricot...... 10-20
Ooal Oil prgal ...-15 Strawberries... 20
i.soline ..... 2 Pinea pple ...10-20
Florida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
oey .........I .00 Roast Beef..... 15
inegar ........ 30 Corned Beef.... 15
Irneese pr lb.... 15 Chipped Beef10-25
Butter...... 25-30 Lobster....... 20
Oleomargerine. 15 Salmon ....... 15
Lard ........8-10 Canned Vegetables
Beas .......... 4 Baked Beans.., 10
ocoanit pkg... 10 Corn.......10@15
Jelly, glass 10a12t Peas ........... 10
*bi ne Juice...... 45 Pumpki ...... 12
Eggs per doz.... 12i
PROV VISIONS.
flour Pork
Am'aSwan ..2.25 D.S. prlb ...... 11
Majestic.... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....12
Corn Meal prbu60-70 Fresh ....... 8a 0
Oat Meal pr Ib... Br'kf'st Bacon.. 13
Corn per bu..$1al'10 Ham canvassedl24
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish.... ... 1 60 Beef
Earlv I'se seed 2.00 Corned.......
Sweet...85@1.00 Fresh.. ...... :.
salt, pr sack... .00 Dried......... 25
Table ......... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nails, Der tb4%/a54 Ax,witl handle. 75
(Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each. .. .35a50
Manilla rope.. .al2Copper paint, can 50
4toves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
DRItY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a5/2
S hIeetings .... 5a9 Flannel ...... .15a40
nuslin ....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
i cas .... -. 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$ 1a2 75
R Etra pants pat 2225 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
'aay pr cwt..75al.t5 Oats pr u ....... 70
an.......... 1.25 Brick pr M... 13.00
Rope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr bd...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr I..... 15
Ap ples........ Walnuts....... 20
fLemlons ........ 5 Ahmolld "........ 15
0YP SI' B KS
I1A shell pr1,000 1.50 Opened pr qt 15e
r IAVE STOCK.
Horea .. $30a100 Cows ....... $15a$25
"- lules.... d.)I .,atio. Hogs ...... $3 to $4
*. pr yoke $30 Sheep........... $'-
S1'OUiTRY
ii., t11 15r2.5 Geese each. .4,at50
I' arkevs... i75al.00 Ducks.. ...... 1 5a
FIS. 1-
resht Salt
Alillet pr doz 25c Mullet pmr IIhl -.50
''ruut........, 2) Trout ........ 4.50
Pompano pr 1l, 6 Pompao .... 10.00
S m rgeoll....... 10 Mackerel .... 8.00
LUM BElR.


Flooring,
tiaatl, "f m...$4.100
Fact -" ." 1 .00.
sBp ... 10,00
frop siding,
Be art face 'In 11.00
Sap 10.00
Buf Inmber. 8@12
Jef shRl igles, 2.50
p ** 1.50


Ceiling.
Heart, n...$1 .00
F"ace ... 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
Claplhoards,
!.2xtiin.'fin ..$12.00
Finisliing lum-
her,d.. $12@i5.00
Lathl m .... 2.00
Boat lumber,
dressed.... $20


$100 Reward. $100
The readers of this paper will be pleas-
ed to learn that there is at lea-t one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
atrarL. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical tra-
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destr ving the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength by-
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprie-
tors have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred Dol-
lars for any case that it fails to cure.
Address
F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bottle.
SHall's Family Pills are the best.

to vn Lincoln Reaused.
.T'tldr GClnni W. Scofield was a per.-
Ev,-'l frrI'rl of Abraham Lincoln. A
Wnmrrl county private, having knock-
(.' down his en pain, was tried, con-
v!rcttl Tand sentenced to the Dry Tor-
tu::ns. lHs friends urged Scodeld to
lI'ave hliiu r;-!eo:psd. so he went to see
the pr'.shldi't aInd told his story. Lis-
te(ning ntte'tiively. Lincoln replied: "I
ti!l y-ni. Jud:T'(, you go right down to
tlhe e.pil.ol and get congress to pass
i :ict :iutl:horilzng a private soldier to
1,noc d(ln his captain. Then come
lc!('k helro. and I will pardon your
mTiln." The judge says that there was
sucl 11 nair of quizzical earnestness
and desire to serve h!m about the
pr.si( ','s manner that they both
broke out in an outburst of laughter.
1 '! j;:.l;.; did not press the case fur-
thur.

t'nex'pc-rl i rod tilon.
"An a l)i-f'iinlllidt professor of lan-
guage.xs dir)oped into a restaurant one
(ldy for a lunchlieou.
\Whait will you have, sir?" asked
tlit waiter.
"lried eggs." replied the professor.
"Over?" said the' waiter, meaning, of
course. to isk wletlher ie wanted
tlhic cooked on Iloth sides or only one.
"Ova?" echoed llie professor, sur-
pri'seid at hbits an rent fainiliarity with
.;ativ. "Ceritainly. That Is what I or-
tiir'f'! Ova gllinlr "
i'lns ihli \\ixaicr, inle'rprlet -d as nilan-
lwg "'rx:rna it' d wvy Illi'y '!o 1100 to thel able. Youth'S
4'. O p ,0i.U.


Under a Itlstake.
The stranger stepped up to the hote
register and wrote his name thus:
"Gabriel Plunkett, Squibnocket
I Mass."
b Thl strnger irnmelitely behind Ilin
Sthlil stepped up. loc kied ;t the name
smii:ed some, ;iat .i redulously aml
i im de this entry himself:
"Israel Snodgrass, Snohomish, Wash.'
Then the two men glared at each oth
er.
"Think I'm kiddin', do you?"
"Trying to make fun of me, are you?"
Biff!
"For henven"'s sal.p, e ntlemen," ago
nizlni:.ly e: :cll c cined the hou tI clerk
"stop! VYoi are under a i1lisippre)l'ie
sion. I kI.ow bv;th of ye1ou aind kInow
those to be your rcel ii::ins and ti;
real names of the to-wns you ;rce from!"
By strlenous efforts hi succeeded in
separating them. amndi ft'ew momlenlts
latt:r tlhy \wr,, ;ip)ohogi.zing! profusely
an:] i:sir-ti:;: w.ithi n:cl li vbl: :'! neit oil
tr'eatig ochii uti) r. --ClUic.ag. T'ibuilu
It! I terik.
There arec p)nt tiattr.-s, drop Ihatters
ind (Joughis. all (di-pi nrlin.ig on lte i' tuan
tity of tioiu use*d w ith tilh liqlund used
generally y lsp'aiking. ont tull nmeIsure
of flour to a stc-anIllt i;1iuRls of liqulld
Imakes a poU! butler. t1vo 1;1II Iteni'sures
of tioir ii ll'rop ba:t ie nao tlhroe full
inensicur'('eS a d( l S t ul tling. of
.'Olrse. depends (on the liquid and thIl
quality of the flutr.
1rInsm.
Brass is an alloy of tin and copper.
and analysis of li t et'aliest existing
-;peciinelis d(imuonstinti's that it was
formirllyy lnlti i:ifr;it;i-t(il in llh' prolpor
tions of one [p;n't of tini to n11ne of t(op
per. A notice in (;,t!siis ti es the dis
c'ovet'y ind use of both these nn't;ils
according to thl,' iblo. ;It betwet'r
4.0U4 anld l.0j3 ye;tro bePIOe the Cli is
tian era.
A Revelation.
If you will make inquiry it will be a
revelation to you to know how many
succumb to kidney or bladder troubles
in one form or another. If the patient
is not beyond medical aid. Folev's Kid-
ney Cure will cure. It never disar-
points. Sold by B. V-, Brock,.St. An-
drew, Fla.
Unclaimed Gold.
It is shown by official returns to
parliament that In the English chan-
cery there Is about 56,000,000 or, say,
$280,000,000, of which all but about
$6,000,000 Is kept subject to the orders
of the court in cases now before it.
This sum of $6,000,000, known officially
as "dormant funds In chancery," Is the
only amount of chancery for which
owners are not absolutely visible, and
for a large part of these dormant funds
owners are pretty certainly known.
The statement ought to have some
effect on the well established business
of finding "heirs" for vast estates.
Dozens of astute persons, disinclined
for ordinary labor, ha-e made comfort-
able livings out of credulous people
who have contributed to funds to se-
cure these estates, to which they be-
lieved themselves entitled as heirs.
The claim agents have not restricted
their operations to any one country-
Canada, the United States, the conti-
nent of Europe, the British colonies,
have provided'a living for them.
A New Deflnilon.
Ostend-Paw, what is an underwrit-
er?
Father-A woman, I guess; at least
she is the one who always adds a post-
script.-Chicago News.

If a man Is shaped all right and his
limbs are as flexible as they should be,
he is able to scratch his own back or
reach any part of his anatomy. Can
you do lt?-Atchison Globe.


Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
S tling indicates an
Unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
Frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
.. the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases,
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent i
absolutely free by mail,
address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.


I HAVE THE AGENCY
For the Celebrated
Alfred Peats Co,

WAL' PAPERS

AND MOULDINGS.
EST''11A S ES
And Price Giadlly Furnslised Ujlon
Req uest.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLES.

Alfred Peats & Co.'s
W A-I-I- TDAP.:P -R. S
Are Prize Creations,
And cannot le had i i like styles
from anv other' 3"l1nuf;actnler.
F. W. HOSKINS.
Oromanton, Fla.

Foley's Honey and Tar
for children,safe,sure. No olpates.


Heavy Returns.
"What business brings the heaviest
returns?" asked the man who wanted
to know.
"The literary business," sighed the
struggling author as he opened a two
pound rejected book manuscript.-Phil-
adelphia Reiord
Apiary and Apes.
Hest-Now that you've seen the
house and the stable, I want to show
you our apiary.
Old Gentleman-Well, I s'pose I've
got to, but If there's anything I hate
It's monkeys.-San Francisco Chrol-
Icle.
*I
A Lesson in Health.
Healthy kidneys filter the impurities
from the blood, and unless they do this
good health is impossible. Foley's kid-
ney Cure makes sound kidi.eys and will
positively cure all forms of kidney and
bladder disease. II strengthens the
whole system. Sold by B. V. Brock.

The Good Dargain.
Sheridan. the celebrated playwright.
who was no sportsman, having gone
one day on a shooting excursion, ev-
erything flew before him and his gun.
despite his effort to secure something
for his bag. On his return home with
an empty bag he saw a man. apparent-
ly a farmer, looking at a flock of ducks
in a pool.
"What will you take." said Shert-
Jan. "for a shot at those ducks?"
The man looked at him with aston-
ishment.
"Vill !half a crown do?"
The ;; un nodded and Sheridan gave
Ifni the I'nlf crown, tnking his shot
it ithe diicks. About half a dozen tell
lc,(l. As hi, w;s jprpi)ring to bag
minlh Ple sn: tI Io lie !iali: "1 think oin
li( wlie Ic 1 inaie a godl bargain with
'01!."
"V' 1," f:s i ti( tli n:;n. "they're none
)' if ;.'
rTe Other way.
Teacher- I would l!ke some one in
the class to define the uianing of vice
versa.
Bright Hoy-It's sleeping with yc.ur
feet toward the loead of tlie bed.
A Testimonial from Old Eng-
land.
"I consider Chamberlain's Oongh Rem-
edy the best in the world for bronchitis,'
says Mr. William Savory, of Warrington,
England. "It has saved :-ny wile's life,
she having been a martyr to bronchitis
for over six ears. being most of the time
confined to iecr bed. She is now qlite
well." Sold )v L. M. Ware, St. Andrew
andd Bayhead and all medicine dealers.
Read Hoskins' ad. in this column.


SWHISK E Y
......$1,25 IER GALLON.... (
Mention this paper and send for 'I
Price List a
Write: WINSTON DIS. CO n
Winston, N. C.
Lowest Priced Whiskey House.


LEGAL NOTICES.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land office at Gainesville, Fla.
April 5, 1902.
Notice is hereby given- that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be mace before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, Fla, on May
13, 1902, viz:!
BENJAMIN W. SAXON, of Bayhead.
Fla.,
Hd. 26931 for lots 1 and 8, section 13 tp
2s. r, 14 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Samuel Blampied, 0. T. Tompkins,
James G. Youngblood, James B. Grant,
all of Bayhead. Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON. IRegister.


Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


HIIARLESTON, S u

MANUFACTURERS


Sash, Uoors, Blinls,












AND
Building M[aterial.
. Ltiow and Fancy Glass- a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES CIEERFU LL Y
GIVEN


Ralston Breakfast Food has
an appetizing flavor which gives
it a warm welcome to the best
tables of the land.
Gluterean Whe at, from
which Ralston is scientifically
milled, is grown in only one sect-
ion of the world, and that's
the reason Ralston Breakfast
Food possesses a pleasant flavor
peculiarly its own.
FOR SALE BY
F. W. HUSKINS,


Cromanton, Fla.


AI


I


Personal.
Mrs. S. R. Russell foi many year
a resident of St. Andrew, having dis
posed of tihe most of her property
here, left yesterday morning (on tli
nlau ch, lenore for Penslaclda en rlnll
for Minnesota, where she iutUnda,1 t
reside. Mrs. R. has many perusna
friends here who regret to se her taki
her departure, but hope that he:
change of location wi:l prove to bh
to her advantage. Hlr sister, whn
has been with her here for se':era
months, accomlanics her on iir
jnruay.
ir. auld Mrs. Jesse Fairchild who
have been, spending the winter at tlh
head of East Bay, left for their humet
at Chicago yesterday morning.
J. C. Brainard and daughter, Eth-
el took passage on the launch, Le-
nore for Pensacola, yesterday miorn-
ing.
Dr. C. E, Booth of Gay accompa-
nied Capt. Maxon to Apalachicola,
where he will purchase doors, win.
dows. etc. for his heiv rcsidthice at
Gay.

Lou Know Wiat You Are Tak,
ing.o
Wher you take Grove's Tasteless Chil
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on very bottle showing that it is
simply iron and Quinine in a tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.

A Golf Story,
A well known Scotch "meenlster"
took up golf and despite great practice
could not succeed in passing the tyro
stage. His simple exclamations of
"Tut, tut!" "Oh, dear, now!" "Well,
well!" and the like were plain evi-
dences of a perturbed spirit.
One day, when the perspiration flow-
ed freely from his lofty brow and his
honest countenance shone with a lus-
ter and radiance which, alas, were not
due to calmness of soul, but rather the
heat of the sun and his laborious ef-
forts to move the obstinate gutta
percha from its station on the tee, he
was tempted to indulge in strong lan.
guage. "Dear, dear, but I'll have to
glie it up! I'll have to gle it up!" he
said at last, with a despairing look at
the ball.
"Give up the game, Mr. D.!" exclaim-
ed his friend, who had been a witness
of his attempts.
"Na, na-the meenlstry!" answered
the other, with a sigh.

The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GtOVE'S
'ASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply iron
nid quinine in a tasteless form. No cure,
0o pay. Price 50c.

eason For' Dislike.
Wife--Mr. Black has no more taste li
the matter of dress than a giraffe,
Husband-Why do you say that?
\V L'f--IP.l 1 'a:i` his' wife head on the
nost beautiful gown last night, and
when I admired it he said he though: *
It was dreadful, ".
Husband-But, my de-ar, he had to
pay $300 for it.-Detrolt Free Press.

Why ilxby Doesn't Go.
'.~li by sent the minister ten reasons
'or not going to church, but he left
Dut the main one."
"What Is that?"
"He stays away because his wife
doesn't make him go." Cleveland
Platn Dealer.


THE HOME GOLD CURE,
An Ingenious Treatment by which
Drunkards are Being Cured Daily in
Spite of Themselves.
No Noxious Drinks. *No Weak-
eninr of the Nerves. A Pleas-
ant and Positive Cure tor
thle Liquor Habit.
It is now generally known and under-
stood that drunkenness is a disease and
not weakness. A body filled with poi-
son, and nerves completely shattered
by periodical or constant use of intoxi-
cating liquors, requires an antidote ca-
pable of neutralizing and eradicating
this poison, and destroying the craving
for intoxicants. Sufferers may now
cure themselves at home without uub-
licity or loss of time from business by
this wonderful "HOME GOLD CURE,"
which has been perfected after many
years of close study and treatment of
inebriates. The faithful use accordion
to directions of this wonderful discove-
ry is positively guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS!!
CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS !!
This remedy is in no sense a nostrum
but is a specific for this disease only,
and is so skillfully devised and prepar-
ed that it is thoroughly soluble and
pleasant to the taste, so that it can be
given in a cup of tea or coffee without
the knowledge of the person taking it.
Thousands of Drunkards have cured
themselves with this priceless remedy,
and as many more have been cured and
made 'temperate men by having the
"CURE" administered by loving friends
and relatives without their knowledge
in coffee or tea, and believe today that
they discontinued drinking of their own
free will. Do NOT WAIT. Do not be
deluded by apparent and misleading
"improvement." Drive out the disease
at once and for all time. The "HOME
GOLD CURE" is sold at the extremely
low price of One Dollar, thus placing
within reach of everybody a treatment
more effectual than others costing from
$25 to $50. Full directions accompany
each package. Speeialadvice.by skilled
physicians when requested without ex-
tra charge. Sent prepaid to any part
of the world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. I, EDWIN B. GILES &
COMPANY, 2330 and 23:12 Market.
Street Philadelphia,
All correspondence strictly confi-
dential. CSI 2

PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Clemsne and beautifnes the hair.
Promotes luxuriant grotl.
SNever Fails to Restore rsy
fair to its Youthful Color.
SCes scalp diseases & hair tailing.
S 0c, and $l.0 oat Druggists


BANNER SALVE
the mnst haalina salve in the world.


S


C
e






r


Health

"For 25 years I have i-ever
missed taking Ayer's Sarsapasil' ,
every spring. It cleanses my
blood, makes me feel strong, and
does me good in every way."-
John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Pure and rich blood


carries new life to every
part of the body. You
are invigorated, refreshed.
You feel anxious to be
active. You become strong,
steady,courageous. That's
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will do for you.
$1.00 a bottle All drugI tts


U


--A


Ask your doctor what he thinks of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. He knows all about thisgrand
old family medicine. Follow his advice and
we will be satisfied.
J. C. AYER Co., Lowell, Mais.


B. V. BROCK'S
Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'
FurnishingiGoods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Fall Line of
General Merchandise
AND
Hardware!
A Tin Sho
Run in connection with the Store, af-
fordd ample opportunity fo.i tlhe
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware
Here are nannfactured tio
Sheet Iron Box Heatinf Stoves
IWhichl are so deservedly popular.
A call at B. V Brock's Store wIl
convince all persons of tlie gcl'ine.
ness of his goods and oIwneIssof his


p oim e an Be Convinlc


W, F. WOODFORD,
DEALER IN _
SENERAL- MERCHANDISE


JD 1V ^A. T(TTJrCT-U UR'!E:, 0:F

SHELL JEWEL RI

Shells Mounted to Order

In Any Desirea Settii anu Satisfaction GiuarBteeI!
RIGHT PRICES AND COURTEOUS TREA'I'MNI'T EVERY 'JIME
By W. F, WOODFORD, at Farindalon East Bay.
4. -_ -


I Pa


MARTIN G. POST,

trker, a ia,


Dry Goods,


DEALER IN


Shnpc rppoio


HARDWARE, ETC,


At Rock Bottom Prices for Cash!

Special Attention Given to Mail Ordersa




PIONEER DRUG STORE.


"C 1.





CM
^-------(


Curious Frenk or Insatne i'ersoi,.
A Belgian physician, speaking ot
simulation by the Insane, says that ii1
cases of insanity where the lutellectua
faculties are not too much disordered
the insane may simulate another tforlm
of insanity than their own. The forlni
of Insanity most often simul;tted are.
in order of frequency, iniHbeeility, d(.
mentia and mania. The other forms
are not so frequently sihnulnted. A
lunatic generally sim.ulates Inmianity to
escape punishment, and an ;expert phy
sician should not therefore In such
cases be satisfied with a diagnosis oft
simulation. Such diagnosis does not
exclude real insanity, and the physi-
cian should therefore endeavor to as-
certain whether or not the simulator is
himself a lunatic. With care, patience
and a long continued observation it is
possible to make a complete and cor-
rect diagnosis, and this is the more Im-
portant as in these cases the serious
question of responsibility arises.-Lon-
don Family Doctor.
Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating Sroes,
Ulcers. Costs Nothing to Try.
Blood poison arid deadly cancer are the
worst and most deep-Seated blood dis-
eases on earth, yet the easiest to cure
when Botanic Blood Balm is use If
you have blood poison, producing ulcers,
bone pains, pimples,, mucous patches,
falling hair, itching skin, scrofula, old
rheumnatism or offensive form of catarrli,
scabs and scales, deadly cancer, eating,
bleeding festering sores, swellings,
lumps, persistent wart or sore, take Bot-
anic Blood Balm (B. B. B.). It will cure
even the worst ease after everything else
fails. B.B, B. drains the poison out of
the syste:u and the blood, then every sore
heals, making the b11 od pure and rich,
: d building up the broken-down body.
Bota6iV Blood Balm (B. B. B.) thor-
oughly tested for 30 yiars Drug stores,
$1 per large bottle. Trial treatment free
by Writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Describe trouble and free medical advice
given until cured. B. B.B. does not
contain mineral poisons or mercury (as
so nany advertised remedies do), but is
composed of Pure Botanic ingredients.
Over 3000 testimonials of cures by taking
Botan:c Blood Balm. (B. B. B.),

Had a Better Story.
"Did you see the account of that
flash of lightning that burned the hair
from a boy's head without otherwise
hurting him?"
"I did," answered the cheerful liar,
"and I was pained to note the incom-
pleteness of the story. Now, I happen
to know of a case that is really re-
markable. The lightning entered a bar.
ber's shop and not only undertook the
task of singeing a man's hair, but it
rung up the proper amount on the cash
register."-Exchange.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark.. writes,
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best pre-
paration for coughs, colds and lung
trouble. I know that it has cured con-
sumption in the first stages." Sold by
B. V. Brock, St.-Andrew, Fla,

The Last the Worat.
"Don't you think the first year of
married life the most trying one, Mr.
Benedlck ?"
"I did at the end of it, but since then
I have given each recurring year the
credit."-New York Herald.

A Cheap Toothbrush.
One of the most curious plants in the
world is the toothbrush plant, a spe-
cies of creeper which grows in Jamai-
ca. By cutting a piece of the stem and
fraying filhe ends the natives make a
tooth! rush.
The Best Blood Purifier.
The blood is constantly being purified
by the lungs, liver nd kidneys. Keep
these organs in a healthy condition and
the bowels regular and you will have no
need of a blood purifier.' For this purpose
there is nothing equal to Chamberain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. One ose
or them willdo you m 're good than a
dollar bottle of thle beat blood purifier
Price 25 cents. Samples free at L. M.
Ware's, St. Andrew and Bayhead and at
all medicir e dealers


No 4
12:35 n'n
2:22 p.m.
4:22 "
8:25 "


In
iNEW


Effe(
OULI


No, 2
11:05 p.m. Leave
1:02 a.m. "
2:55 "
7:30 "


ct April 14, 1901.
MEANS AND MOBILE.
No. 8
SPensacola, Arrive 5:00a.m.
Flomaton, Leave 2:33 am.
Mobile, 12:30 n'In
Nw 0*leans. 8:1)0 p.m.


No.
*I:5 l m


NORTH.


No. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:15 a.m.
11:59 "
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m


No. 4
12:35 p. m. Leave
6:30 Arrive
9:12 "
8:50 a.m "
11:59 "
1:30 p.m. '


PENSACOLA


No. 21
Daily.
11:55 p.m.
12:15 n't
12:20 "
12:23 "
12:35 "
12:39 '*
12-50 "
12:58 '
1:30 a. m.
1:55 "
2:20
2;33 "
3:00 "
3:23 "
4:0? "
4:18 "
4:4-
5:00
5:08 "
5:33 ".
6:?.0 "
::00..
7:40'
7-50
7:58
8:15 a. i f


No. 3,
Daily.
7:00 a m. Lv
7:13 "
7:16 ''
7:18 "
7:25 "'
7:28 "
7:35 '2
7:39 "
8:15
8:30 "
8:38 "
8:56 "
9:10 "'
9:35 "
9:44
9::57
10:10 "
lIt,:15 '
10:30
l'0:47 "
11:07 '.
11:25 "
11:45 "
11.42 "
12:02n'n
]2:15 i'


Pensanola.
Montgomejy
Birmingham
Louisville
Cincinnati
St. Louis


Ai'rive
Leave
"
'.
(i
n(


No. 1' ,..
4:00 p.m.
11:15 a. n.
8:33 '",.
:1. Ip.m'.
6:00 *.
4:Ic "


AND RIVER JUN(UTION


No. 2
Dailv.
Pensacola. Ar 10:50 ps. in.
Bohelnia. 10:7 "
Yniestra. 10:34 "
Escambia. 10: 2 "
Mulat 10:23 "
SHarp ]0:21 "
Galt City 10:15
Miltou 10:10 "
Good Range
Holts 0:35 ''
MillHirati 9:20 "
Crestview '4:13 ".
Deer Lan-. 8:55 "
Mossy Head 8:40 Q
&eFuniak Sprinau 8:18 "'
Argyle 7:44 .
Ponce de Leon 7:29 "'
We. tville 7:17 "
Caryville 7:12 '..
3onifay 6:55
,ChipleyQ 6:37. "
Cottondale 6:18 "
Marianna 6:00 '
Cypress 5:. '8 .
Grand Ridge 5:32 "
Sneads 5:24
IlivteJurictiUoi Leave 51:0 p in.


No3
5:00 a.tm,
9:35 p.m.
4:05 ".
2:4i a.Mno
11:15.a.n"
8:55 "


4Daily.,,
6:30 p. m.
6:06 "
6:01 "
6:57 '
5:45 "
5:40 ".
5:27 '
5:20 ".
4:55 "
4:3 "
4,:4
1:0 S **
3:34 '.
3:16 .
2:43 9.
2:31 "'
2:13 ,
1;55 ..
1:7r ",
.... |4 a
l-2:3 n.
12:14' "'
11:32.
10:50I ,
loU -'ila'


-


__


_ ~~~___


r


I


I


I____


I


1


CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MICHIGAN STREET
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLAa
S .D 0 Vl I-S, I T


Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Tolet Articles


I Handle no Quack Nostrums,

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED'
DR, J, J, KESTER, M, D. DruTrist;






W. PpPARKE.R & S



WDealers in Real Estate,

P l R K E FLA



SURVEYING,

And Payment of Taxes for Non-Residenf$
GIVEN THE MOST CAREFUL ATTENTION.



RAC KET STORE!

AND) CITY RES AUAItNTf
Corner of Bayview and Wyomines Avenues on Bay Fronef
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
Wh'At you caln' find at any other Store, come to the R A C K E
S T O R E and get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the DaV.
Bmililill!illll!lii 1,. Hp of Coffee, 5 Cts. 4+ Cup of Tea, 5 Cts.ollljlJlljalilrHII iiW'

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
I. GODARD, Propriectlr.



TIME TABLE


LOUSVILLE & NASHVILLE R R


"iJ
-L
r~S



)II(

F;;r
I.u
Ts ;. r(


I


WA
ol




A Ot .


NORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY.

BAY HEAD, FLA.



6 TOMPKINS & CO.
Ait1 PREPARED TO FURNISH

JuAgn hd OwDressed Lumbar of All Grades.
----**-" w--
THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED
tg 'Terms cash orendorsed notes.

THE PEOPLE'S STORE!


PITTSBURG ON EAST BAY.
3r. "W. IP iT TC" '? M


Leads in Low Prices and Good
COODS.:
He invites the purchasing public to call,,
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pavs the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.
I^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^Bx^w M-- - I^^^ ^^^--n H -f


hrIP


Mitctll's Dru Store,


COMMERCE ST EAST OF WARE'S STORE.




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.
DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
SSurrounding Country.
May be uotid at his residence on Bulmn .i Vista avenue at night.


Pioneer


M


Store


. WARE,


D K A E, I N

Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES1

Shiip Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc
-'-a---o-o- ^
SA N T F O R


Baitimlore Twine and Net ompaniy.
AT, S 0 FO R

Sehrs. Cleopatra and Wm. Crawford.

SEORCIA PAPER SHELL
VARIETIES ARE ID r
ACKNOWLEDGED LO


LARGE NUTS--THIN SHELLS--PROLIFIC BEARERS
My Nurseries are planted with Nuts grown from MY OWN GROVES. Should
you want a S ECTUL A T IO that is
A DEAD SURE UJ.J WINNER
every time, Plant A PEMAN GROVE. It doubles up every year.
I purchased land for $3.50 and planted Pecans in 1888. Sold it in
1895 for I1 00.00 per acre. In 1897 owner refused 3Ci200.OO
per aere. Is worth S 1 (D ) per acre now!
THERE ARE MANY MORE EXAMPLES AS ASTONISHING!
If you desire a secure -rL' Tg Lt n'ITT
Fou oo. "'INVESTMENT
PLANT A PECAN GROVE. LlN V

NO SCALE-NO DISEASE-NO INJURIOUS INSECTS!
MY BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET FREE IF YOU MENTION THIS PAPER.
I HAVE NO AGENTS! LOOK OUT FOR F FRAUI LI
FOR PRICES OF TREES, HOW TO SET OUT, Lo. ADDRESS

G.M. BACON, OE WITT, GA,
a


THE POPULAR


?SACOLA Fla. Op Waiting 'oo o ion fei.ot
Is the Psace for Passcngers Coing to and front
ST.- AND Ri EWS iAY.
i rns Co:0fobrtab ble erms Ryi'asonable!

THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLGO N


T'| ::; the: Ilates ts ";ll olist c('omit):ct
,>l]' ;o w for iv)o i| !LIls illn the u 'ap lrd n. I!
1i5s i(. -;- li .t"i, I ile o; ti, w(ni-lt the lhiO vk t.,
w ii(': I h_'he liI:iI is ;ti rcla hed koe ps it in lh.
-" *..' :, ilI r !')ith of I)loving is rue iulate(i
I,. : .i i' t '' ;i'i., -\ boy o'r irl of tel
'.- ,:'i t i I it, wi ih p r'(fe',t east i. It I:as,
4-i'.l-i .tI- .,l .\ i I. the hci'ight of which makes
it |in c'ht ..I' draft. It has five blades: 1 i
'" i 1 '., a !,.: ovel. : a sweepor weo lin,
\ I i i. .1 1.-t on.e. 5 a rake. Wrenci
Wi \v i l I .. .
SW.-V, hive maleo ar'rani rellnnts b\
i :-i, h vwe can furnish this plw ,ii
-F-';bthe i,:factory price, $3.75, wv.t'


-. --
[ "




freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered
* l$4.50, Blut the BUOY proposes to do better than this andwill send the Buon
one vcrtl and fu-nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4 50
purerhnu4r to pay freight
pThe plow m;iy be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any tini.
Order froti the BUOY d'irct,


The New York Times.


All the News That's Fitto Print!
Gives more space to news than any o:hcr New York newspaper. It
prints a greater variety of news. It gives impartial news free from bias.
It goes into homes that bar other lnewV.papeirs. It is a sane newspaper,
neat in typography, rational in its news treatment, aind independent in it;i
opinions. It lhas refused to appeal to the vicious, the ignorant, or the
thoughtless.
THE SUNDAY EDITION of the NEW YORK TIMES, presents
the news without sensationalism or lurid pictures, or salacious stories or
nightmare creations. Accompaiiing the Sunday edition are two supile-
inents--the MAGAZINE SUPPLEMENT, (16 pages) presenting a r.niqne
selection of tile best stories about men of affairs, and thle FINANCIAL
SUPPLEMENT, (12 pages,) giving a review of current prices on stocks
and bonds; also the dealings in securities, including high and low prices-
in short, tle most compact and convenient reference publication issued to
iniyestols. The important financial corporations of the United Statis have
concentrated upon THE NEW YORK TIMES as the medium for their an-
noai nee Umelits.
THE NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY REVIEW OF BOOKS,
which accompanies the Saturday edition, treats b')oks as news. The book
publishers (.f the country have made tlro New Yiok Times Saturday Re-
view of Books tleir preferred meedium for announcements of iew publi-
cations.
SUBSCRIPTION TERMS.
One Year. Sunday included ........................ ............ .7 50
Six Months, ..... . ............................. 3 75
Three Months ........................... ............ 1 90
One Month ..................... .... . ...... .... 65
Per week............ .............................................. 15
Daily, without Sunday Per Year ....................... ......... .. .6 00
44" Six Months ......................... ........ . 3 0
41 Three Months.................................. 1 5
S I, One Month .................................. .. 50
"t One Week.................................... 12
Saturday, with Review of Books and Art Supplement, per year ......... 1 00
Sunday, with Magazine Supplement and Financial Supplement, per year.. 1 50
Postage.to foreign countries for Daily and Sunday editions, add $1.0 5 per month
Address, the NEW YO liK TIMES. New York.
Z____ ;= 14


,.A" .tnLUA Jioianol piS)l lient.
"The most disappointed Mian I ever
saw." s,,id a Baltimore financier, "was
; poor wretch who was about to be
h!n ged iu one of the northeastern
counties of Maryland. I happened to
be ti'e ab. ut the time and accepted
an invitation to witness the execution.
"This fellow's lawyers had been
working hard to save his neck, and
there seemed to be some possibility
that he might be reprieved. The time
set for the execution arrived, however,
n:id the sheriff made plans to carry
out the execution. The march to the
scaffold had begun, and the prisoner
was about to mount the steps when a
messenger arrived, waving a telegram
in his hand.
"The procession was at once stopped,
and the sheriff took the telegram, but
saw that It was addressed to the con-
demned man. He handed It to the fel-
low, who, trembling with hope, tore
open the envelope. He cast his eager
glance at the message, paled and 3et it
drop from his hand. The sheriff picked
up the paper, read it, and the In rch
to the scaffold was resumed. In afew
minutes the man who had hoped for a
reprieve was In eternity.
"The message was from some minis-
ter who had become Interested in his
case. It told him to trust in the Lord
and he would be saved."-Washington
Iost.
Plaint of the Landlady.
"Poets are queer birds." said the
landlady. "I had one here who could
hear grass growing and understand
what crickets were talking about, but
I never could get him to hear me when
I asked him to pay his bill or under-
stand a hint lhat he'd better move,
even though it was spoken in plain
English."-Harlem Life.
THE WEEKLY AMERICAN IS AS GOOD AS ANY SI A
YEAR PAPER AND BETTER THAN MOST OF THEM.



$2,500,00

Cash Prizes Free
A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO TWO 6000 PAPERS,
A GUESS IN THE CONTEST,
A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE, Worth $1, Like This. -0
ALL FOR ABOUT
THE PRICE OF ONE PAPER.


An Evening Catll.
"I called on Perkins last evening,"
remarked Mr. Brown.
"Did you have a pleasant time?" in-
quired Mrs. Brown.
"Very. Perkins was beating his
wife when I went in."
"What?"
"I say Perkins was beating his wife,
but of course he stopped when I came
in."
"Well, I should hope so."
"1 begged him to go on, but be said
some other time would do just as
well."
"You begged him to go on?"
"Why. yes. I didn't want to spoil
the fun, you know."
"Oh, you brute! Do you mean to say
that you could have looked calmly on
while be beat his wife?"
"Certbinly. Why not?"
"I thought you had at least a spark
oPf rlinhlood left. I suppose you will
lie bo'Otiiig m2' next."
"Yos; I ti:ink I, could if you would
ph!y cri!;'bai'e \viilh uwe."
"r ..fm-cri i.i'ia f ';' .
"''is; trhat is what Perk!ns and his
wife were ii i,;4 "-Lon(do, T(h.l(ra,ei;i
A rhu ne.
"We must economize,"L he said per-
emptortly.
"I'm so glad!" his wife exclaimed.
"You taku the anniouinc iLt-Int Irir.
good naturedly than usual.
"Yes; It's pleasant to hear you use
the plural pronoun. Ordinarily, when
there is any economizing needed, you
expect me to do it all."
Quite Loua.
Tudor-Harris gets all his clothes
rendy made now.
Sutton-So he told you too?
Tudor He told me nothing. He


THE REMARKABLE OFFER. r :
THE WEEKLY AMERICAN,
NASHVILLE, TENN. (50c A YEAR)
and our paper Jointly make the following offer to I
subscribers: To the subscriber to both papers
from whom we receive the correct or nearest No. 208. "Our New Baby."
correct guess on the number of hogsheads of
tobacco to be received In CIarksville, Tenn., from
Nov. 1,1901, to Nov. 1, 1902, Inclusive. Cash PICTURES 1 X14 INCHES (MOUNTED)
prizes will be given, divided as follows:
If Received in December,January, February or March $2,000.00 2 2.
If Received in April, May or June ............................... 1,OO00.00
If Received in July, August or september ...................... 500.00 0
THEN AN EXTRA $500.00 IS SET ASIDE v
(making $2.500.00 In all) which will be divided equally among all who guess even within one hundred 0 0
of the correct number, provided they do not get any other cash prize. One hundred either way allows
you 201 chances. .*4
IN THIS CONTEST THERE ARE NO BLANKS, AS YOU CAN CERTAINLY GET WITHIN 100 OF IT.
IMPORTANT-It Is distinctly understood and agreed that the Weekly American is solely liable for the pay- (,0
ment of all the money herein offered in prizes, and that our paper shall not be in any way held responsible ,
for such or any part of the same. In addition to the cash prizes, each subscriber to the two papers who i
will add one 2c stamp to pay postage will receive one (their choice) of the following beautiful pictures:
ORDER PICTURE BY NUM BE R ON L.Y.
NO, TITLE NO. TITLE NO, TITLE NO. TITLE t
20 I-Grandma's Tea 204-Husking Time 207-Within Reach 210-Old Harpist
202-A Waif 205-Reflection 208-Our New Baby 21 I-Baccante
203-Rose Girl 206-Bobbles 209-Our Pet 212---elores
Contest closes on October 1. 1902, at midnight. 0
The official statement of the Clarksville Tobacco Board of Trade to be the figures upon which the *
contest is to be decided. Clarksville is second In size dark tobacco market in the United States. To 0O
help you make a close guess we give receipts in Clarksville for past 0 years:
Nov.l,'91,toNov. 1,'92,25,549 Nov.l,'95,toNov.l,'96,33,626 Nov.l,'99,toNov.1,'00, 20,242 jS
Nov.l,'92.to Nov. 1,'93,27,187 Nov. ,'96, to Nov.1,'97,31,833 Nov.1,'00, to Nov.l,'01, 23,048
Nov.1,'93, to Nov.1,'94,28,711 .Nov.1,'97, to Nov.1,'98,18,192 Nov. 1,'O 1,to Nov. 1,'02,
Nov.1,'94.toNov. ,'95,29,423 Nov.l,'98,to Nov.l,'99,30,863 WHAT? ? 4
From indications, about the average crop will be marketed this year. o
RILES AND REGULATIONS. A year's subscription-paid in advance at price named below-to both papers a
must accompany your guess. Under no circumstance and for no reason will a guess be changed after it l 4
reaches us. One 2c stamp must be sent to pay the postage on picture. 0o
IMPORTANT-YOUR ORDER MUST BE SENT TO THE PAPER IN WHICH YOU SEE THIS ADVERTISEMENT :
Cut this blank out and use it and you need not write a letter 0
PuBLSHEBRSt I send subscription to both papers, and enclose price
named below. I guess the number of hogsheads of tobacco to be received
in Clarksville,Tennessee, from Nov. 1, 1901, to Nov. 1, 1902, to be: 0'
NOTE.-The papers may be ordered sent to separate addresses, the picture H O G S H E A D
to a different one and the guess credited to you. -

Send THE WEEKLY AMERICAN to Mr....................................... .........................
P.0...................................County............................State ................ a
Send Your Paper to Mr......................................... ... .. ...... ......... a
P. ......................................County...........,.. ... ........ State ...... ... .... ..


.0
Send Picture No.........toMr................. .............. .................. ........
P.O................................... County.......... .. .;,..........State ...............

o.
P.0,.................. .......... ....... County............................tate................
THE PRICE Of THE WEEKLY AMERICAN ONE YEAR, WITH ALL PRIVILEGES OF THIS CONTEST. AND
'1 rE S4T. ANDREWS BUOY is $1..J. SmLil .t a i. 11e b..,


'i rei!' cery of Troplical ntnre.
"lt is very like a fairy story," said
E. liher under her breath.
"\'cry." said he. "And in fairy sto- 4
ries Ihe are e witches. enchanters and
horiblle things that come out of the
'rcist, are n ot there? Well, so It is
there in South America. There is a
background of danger. One must keep
one's eyes open. Here In England na-
ture is safe and kind, eh? *You can
p!ay with her as If she were an old tab-
by cat. but out there she is a striped
ti',er, bcautlful and tierce and never to
b- 1ir-s11-14d.
"T'i-rce is everlasting strangling go-
ing on in the woods. Even the flowers
are not kind and harmless. The or-
chii:'s twist and perch and swing and
bhlom on branches they are hugging to
detlth. You break a twig of something
that looks like a vine, anIl its milk
r:mis s a biister on your hand; you touchJ
what you think Is a leaf. and it gal-
lops O)if on a hundred legs! The ani-
mais pretend to be vegetables and the
v-,gctia:lcs to be animals. Every liv-
Il thing is trying to protect itself
with all its little might and main and
to get the better of its enemies, just as
thlie lpe('op in towns do. Oh. the high
woods of the Andes are not moral, they
ire n,)t Christian, I assure you! Na-
ture is opulent. and she is splendid,
but sle isn't good."-"The Alien," by
F'. F'. Montresor.

Ctr His Price.
"A. ay over on the east side of the
c-ity." raid a New Yorker, "lies the
!ihon of ai well known butcher, who
r.ij,'i;:es in the euphonious *and sug-
g(strive rname of 'Four Cent Miller.'
lie sells nmeat in smallest quantity to
Iis custo;iilrs, and, as the coin of the
rialm in that locality Is principally
covispirlous by its absence, there is
a constant effort to beat him down in
price. The other day Miller and a
would be customer all but came to
blows over a pound or so of pork chops,
a:ld the discussion finally culminated
in Miller irately demanding:
S'Well, why don't you go to Smith
(a rival butcher) if you can get them
cheap per?'
"'Because,' explained the customer,
'Smith hasn't got any.'
"'Oh!' said Miller, 'is that so? Well,
when I haven't got any my price will
be 4 cents, too, but while 1 have they
cost 7 cents. See?'
"The customer saw and purchased."
-New York Tribune.


Traveling is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys
which are kept in place in the body by
delicate attachments. This is the reason
that travelers, trainmen, street car
men, teamsters and all who drive very
much suffer from kidney disease in some
form. Foley's Kidney Cure strength-
ens the kidneys and cures all forms of
kidney and bladder disease. Geo. H.
IHausan, locomotive engineer, Lima, O..
writes, '`Constant vibration of the en-
gine cauusbd me a great deal of trouble
with my kidneys, and I got no reli f
until I used Foley's Kidney Cure." For
sale by B V. Brock, St. Andrew, Fla.
T'he End of the Deun.
Peau Nash. like Beau Fielding and
Bou i runmnol. was to expiate his con-
templitible vanity in an old age of ob-
sc!urity. want and misery. As he grew
oid bc Krewi insolent a.nd seemed insen-
slile to the pain he gave to others by
his coarse repartees. He was no lon-
gcr the gay, thoughtless, Idly industri-
ous creature' he once w:'.s. The even-
ing of his iife grew cloudy, and north
ing but poverty lay in the prospect be-
fore him. Abandoned by the great
whom he had so long served, he was
obliged to fly to those of humbler sta-
tions for protection and began to need
that charity which he had never re-
fused to any and to learn that a life
of gayety finds an inevitable end In
misery and regret.
A new generation sprang up to which
Nash was a stranger. HIs splendor
gradually waned. Neglect filled him
with bitterness, and be lost thereby
the remainder of his popularity. His
income now became very precarious, so
that the corporation.voted him an al-
lowance of 10 guineas, to be paid him
on the first Monday In each month. He
long occupied a house known as Gar-
rick's Head, subsequently occupied by
Mrs. Delaney, but he died in a smaller
one near by.-Nineteenth Century.
A QuickV Witted Doctor.
A certain French surgeon, of whom
The Young Ladies' Journal tells, had so
much more thought for his patient than
for his own safety on one occasion that
he resorted to an expedient which, al
though efficacious, might have resulted
in his own death.
He had been commissioned to bleed
the grand seignior and either through
timidity or nervousness bad met with
an awkward accident. The point of
the lancet broke off in the vein, and the


THE NEW YORK MILLINERY STORE
3f St. Andrews Bay, Florida.


I !1AVI,

The Most StyiSh,

And Attractive


A STOCK OFl

High Grader

Millinery Goods,


Trimmed Hats Etc.; bought of tht greatest, mn.st aggressive and progress,
Wholesale House in Almeiica! I in\ite thlr ''iblic to call, examine my
stock and get my prices, Iefore pulr'clasi', vweie.
"3il:;. JENNIE IHAIGHT,
Ac Mrs. C. Weli' old btand, Coniniii.c- \ St. Andrew, Fia.



SALESMEN WANTED!

Good Wages and R1gtilar Employmemt!
For Good, Live, iEergetic, C(J mpeten lc Sale Isniei. Apply for terms.
We will have for fall of 1901 andl sprinf of 1902

AN IMM ENS E STOCK
Of Apple, Pear, Peach. Plum. Apricot. Oherry, Grapes, Japan
Walnuts, Pecans. Etc.,
Also Small Fruit, Shade and Orci:mit-util Trees, Roses, EFc.
We d1a a General Nuiserv Bn.siness. and ii ik. p.e:ihali of wll. le'aling
to large planters direct at low prices WVriit for wholesale pricelist.
Address CEDAR ILL ERY & & ORCHA'D CO.,
WV i i><'lleste i r',ennessee.


K


ALL CASES OF


ANY.

HEAD

NOISES?


DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.

HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS
BALTIMORE, Md., March 30o, ol.
Gentlemen:- Being entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
About five years ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
my hearing in this ear entirely.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num-
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered yourtreat.
ment. After I had used it only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceed, and
to-day, after fiv weeks, my hearingin the diseased ear has been entirely restored. I thank yot-
heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours,
F. A. WERMAN, 730 S. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation,
ieationeand YOU CAN CURE YOUfSELF AT HOME a cstl
M INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL


Relieved.
"That must be a pretty bad tooth-
ache to swell your face like that. Why
don't you see a dentist'?"
"I did call on your friend, Dr. Pul-
lem, yesterday and exp,'rlenced great
relief."
"You must be mista&nji. Pullem has
been out of town for a w\ek."
"I know. I feltt irll-oi'c whu. l I
found that out."-Exehanle, i

To ittote; k n Tit'.' i s Iit.
Children who ave (Iitiat '' t ,vci'i. i
and cross will (:ct i'r:in\;i;t r'ulii'
from Mot' e,' Ge ray', Sweet P,,- Children. They chl< isi. thiee;i,l !;.;!:,w
act on theliiver. making sic(l:lv ,b']it dr,'n
stroii' and healthy. A c ,rtin cir, for
worms. :'ollb by all diutggists ir,5. `arn
ple FREE, A('dress Ailen S. Olm-
stead, Leroy. N Y.



SSTEVENS


Single Barrel Gun
&.1


THE MOST POPULAR GUN MADE
This gun is fully up to the
quality of our rifles, which for 38
years have been STANDARD.
It is made in 3 styles, and in 12,
16 and 20 gauge. Bored for NITRO
POWDER and fully guaranteed.
W- 1^% & WftI


NO. IOU .
No. 110
No. 120


$7.50
8.50
10.00


Send stamp for large c talogue illustrating
complete line, brimful of valuable information
to sportsmen.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.


blood would not flow. P.O. Box 1802
That point must be got out somehow
Without stopping to consider the con
sequences to himself, the surgeon gave we -
his highness a violent slap in the face
This produced the desired effect, foi R iB
earprise and indignation on the par' .
of his august patient put the blood into are tlie 1i0o
violent circulation. The vein bled frev-
ly, and the lancet poiut came out. eases.
The bystanders were about to la
hands on the surgeon when he said. A '
"First let me finish the operation atnd
bandage the wound." This done, lie
threw himself at the feet of the sultan OT money re
and explained his action.
The sultan not only pardoned him. remedies rec
but gave him a handsome reward for nent physicio
keeping his wits about him in a critical; Kidney and
moment. .


Ahead There.
"I hope." said the drummer, "you
were quite satisfied with my report
for the past month."
"Well." replied the head of the firm.
theree was one part of it that really
exceet'c ld olur ]extc'i1ions."
"At'.; \vl;iit iwas ii:;h ?
"Yo;r c'xliw.nse bill."--Calho.ic Stand-


ard anl l'imies.
A Scott lPun.
Cnli;ng one day ('n ni Miss Fierguson
I and o(t'sirvting : ; li:rt lioneysnir ek-'i l Ii
full i;:oos nltsc ovi. door, Sir Va';lter
Sot:0 <'ingrai l :.at,'d his friend c: Its
app;'.r:;;n<'e. lt.She spok of It as truum
pe h-lo'nysuc!t(' '.
"W sl." t;i:d Fc''t-tt. "ye'il never ccrme
ont o' your ain door without a ltourish
o' trui 'i ts!"

Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.


PRICE
S.LIZ 3U
St


CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.


I t J5I FRENCH FEMALE
PILLS.
A SAPr, CiLxmAIx RKluix fur P-vfI'K i En ViNSTU ATKOr I
REEME V03'h F TO FAIL *. "***- l s r-i'-l sn a

l "-*' Li "I ICAL CO., B( 7- ', L I'rr"-cn i

1,:.t.;l HlHI.I.'S D .(; U STORE.
Sold ndow iybl. amw


IA cure uarmnteed if you use
SPIL ESi RUhl Supposltoru
D. Matt. Thonil so, Supt.
t traded Schools, Statrille, N. C., writes : "I ca ny
They do all you claim for them." Dr. S. Devoron,
Raven Root, V. V., rite.: "They give unlversam sil-
faction." Dr. H. D. McGill, Clarksburg, Teon., wrtel:
In a practice of 2S-years, I have found no renm l to
equal yours." PaICe, 50 CwNTs. Samples ree. Bold
by Druggixts. MARTIN RUDY, LANCASTER. PA.
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
t1'Callfor free samule.



T, Hapr s-$l Eacn.
A lAil' (;PF S'. ANDRIEWS CITY
30s.50 incinci, correctly pl;ttetRd ikant
- ling l. thie Iiniore important
himiillin'i-is of great value to any-
hiu umiontimplating purclnaslig pro,-
" ty in tl\n. It covers about four
i vies oif (:;isl li e', cvxtel t!ilig east-
wad hi im)Dyvr's l'iii. to and pill-
b)a ciig Old St. Andrews, with cor-
irpoiindinitg telritorv inlaid. Price
011n Dollar, at ithe BUOY Office.
Also


A SI 'I'IONAl M1A P 0 POF 'THE ST.
ANCL' EWS BHAY COUNL'RY, .
Slio\vwig all the ila,:ds ilispose.~ of by
(lie (Cilciilalt i (Coml any, also locates
I Itr i, t ar, icke, <4 ioiii;tnitol atnd
arij .ce.'nt c(oiu The pIl;at of the
,,Is is. tii t shlinwn. lmt by tihe aid of
hi ,s i;:i I le a pproxiumajte l,'a iinl of
,n v li' ( is easilyv i te iiiiii,.,d. I',ice
0),, l)til.n at the 3i iov Oflice.
iE h, [ir llt w ill i,, nt Iy Iail to


t 42 it i ol rocei of the price.

t( ofa ll- 1 -
st of al1dif ~l als-0 SURBER


"!'~'*i' e'Yt~ s
,~l;t


fun lOed. Contains
:Q.gized by erai-
ans as the best for
E3 cHIllr troe..5is;.
50c. ad $1.00.
:YB, V, BROCK,
t. Ardrews Bay, l'la.


^ TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS &U.
Anyone sending a sket,~ and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whett,' an
invention is probably paitentable. Comnn it a-
tions strictly confidential. HiAmdbook or Pan 's
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. reca
special notice, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. lnrgest cir
culation of any 'sienlttiic jii ur ;;. 'er1in $3 a
yeir : f Ilr ti I rIt s, s,$1. Sold. byall liewt i((ti'lt'r- .
MUNN & C00361Broadwa'ay. VN Ygrl(
.mraiucll t)lico. (,2., F St., wVasiliu.Loi, LU..


Is prepared to cut
WOODi AND FFNCE POSTS
rt l,,ii till i same at reasonable rates.
oI a ivd i.i lilor witli eam, call upon
G. WV SIliBER.


Our Clubbing List.
Thlie iLiMX hais made very hera) (0iul.-
liiig arrangements with a few of the very
I,'st pulical ions in the country and Ior
Ile.' rCs nte 'can send for ai whole year
The B01 0()Yand
L,4-slie's I llnst it.c d W e ll]U (for....$3.00
l).lio'rcstl "s M ;iiO zine ........... 1.7.
DI)lril Fei'c Press (t% ice-a-week
nd Y .ear Rook)............. .... 1 70
The 'Flia IT. U. & Citizn, daily for '$9 05
do weekly, 'or$1 85
Scuintilfic Amvl ric n' ... : 5(
l,',I ,ier e and Fruit G(,ro eri ... 2 55
!o ida i r; ,ilti ri it ... 55
d: cll- of5, each .. 5
Far i Jouir;1:l. Philad'a, mnonlhl.v, I 19
C'i lci n I ; I I i F it irler I \l t ice ;I week
Large pa; igcs ;icih iasuei ..... 1 75
A1 i0tf:r Coiislitut ion "'' ... I 75
N. Y. World ((ri( enie w'vi k) ...... 1 70
''l'h C'. sliM, politiall.....,........ I 75
Th' Ci iterio i ................... I 50
For any or either of the above publica-
tio>;-i. lonni t ii le ilh tl;e I UOY, ad,
I,t I I i tnl:,-erlfo 1HE II ;U(iY,
St. Andie s ay, FlDi.


.cf a- Ik


I I


,ili-i La


9
5




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs