Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00256
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 14, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00256
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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f.IEator-Jlst district S. R. Mal-
lory,' P'ensaKiola; 2d District, J. P.-
S lifer e. Jacksonville. --
ep. reentatives-lst District, 'S. M.
Sparkman, TatnPA' 2d District.,
-rank Clark, Lake (its; 3d District,.
W. B. Lamar, Tallshasee. -
and Oice-Itegister, W f. 0. obi
soe; lteeelver, EL S. iChubbl ,iine8s
'. rntate- oernbr, N. B. Broward; See-
S retatj H. C. Crawford; Treasurer
W. V. Knott; Attorney-Gederal, W
S H. Eills; Comptroller, A. .. room;
S Superintendent of Public. Instruc-.
tion; W. M. HollowaY CommIssioa-
S,. er o!.Agriculture, B. B. McIA L
ltate Senatqr, 8. W. Clark, Blbuntis-
-'* TisnSgtonu .uidty--Representativ.
W..B. Li. itTeltVainon, County Juage,
&- > ,.W. ells" gt Court, County'
,ockey; .(.1. Allen, Ver-
"on: De Dan! rd; Tax
C,,llpctor. x- (iner coo-fins;
...elsurer, H. b. Tiller, Vernon;.
lax Asses or, J J. Williams Chip-
S" Cournty Super itenuent, B.
F. FGainer.,Waau; mSurveyor, Thos.-
S C- collins, V'uraon -` County Commis-
S-oners, First District, Bee Brooks;
S-.con Dist'rit. evi. Yates;
rd Dstr ietP N, ut.Lh ; Fifth Distric,
Itri N a .t stic, of the
W" S-f fittliary--jUSuteu ...
ace5. ',1.. ; lrtiro'"'k No aries'f W .
tangos, A. H. Irake.
j.lectorS. G. W. *urber; Sr.,
p. '-M. Grills, A. H Brake; Pcstris-
tre, Zatie H. Ware. Tayl
a nI am a City-- Postmaster' aylor
.. o-aniursier Henry Bovis
--------. a J.'H. Daffin.
,. .... ; ..t' {r. *- ry PubUe.

o Stranslser, M. N.-Carlisle.
S, -poli t .mate RPetdrs.
.. .. ,i Andrew Allan
s er. S W Auder;:

-, : ay -Eostmaster. W. C. Holley,

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,^ *, -'. ^i;,.-,^j.,- .. Fowler.
S. . Mrs' .UDyer.
S .,, ; na ter, James M.Murfeb.
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ST NNDREW, FLA4. FEB. 14, 1907.
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One Dollar a Year in Advauce.

entered Sept 3, 19' ,>at'St.Andrew,
V14., as seecon,* .class matter, murder
Act otf 0Qigr.sa*.f.March 3, 1879.

i '. tOP IETO R.

Display ad. ratc"-50c. per,.inch per
Vnith., P.osition and extraordinary
condjoi ,-ratesg subject to special

"Local Drift.'" 5e per line,- flrt nser-
tion; 24c each subsequent. Display
S,.locals doub'e above rates.

'f ths prai'aph is checked with a
bluepencil It isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and: that two
orthree extra numbers will '*e sent
youthat no break.., mny oct r should
voi choose to renew.

While oou:,deration is being given
to the question of lettitig the contract
for the digging of the Panama canal,
the work is going oni there at a rapid
pace. A cable received at the war
department to-day Wfom Chief En-
gineer Stevei containlled the at.-
in.,nucemenl that all the previous re-
c(,rds had been eclipsed. The dis-
piach is as follows: '"VWe took cut
566,750 cubic -yards from Culebra
cut in January, about twice the best
monthly record made by the French."
The iitfornation is-regarded at the
war depaitm ent ax. partieticlarly grat-
ilyinmg and as indicating that no time
tm being lost ,in consequence of tlw
poissibillity of tiTe work being turned
over to private contract.

F.inpl. SouIher R11ailwiay have started a

Siar . inenit:Joikin to he erection of
S ,. ,, a 3:I a lately i monmet to the late mmen-
S; 1 '.' .ex i encl prgijd:'it of .the tia wav

-"" ,. ',..:; m., o.. i.M viltvile, Iiameil I lie site will pr-oba hly be in'
". ., -. . < i ..'' (0 fo am *i(t.te nihi.a n s1 faii,,n at .A tlanta,

-.h. n ,. a. to a ltAt
S'- u nal, visited his state, and wrote'a
- 7", .; .' j .e,, 'fe.w ,,f letter or rather described
rl ..... lm i '/ .... c t itgs t, she sa1. hemr in her regu-

.... ', '. i ntl. a"' lFi,-mon< tl yl letters. ".O course, she
.. .vy Sunday. hollowed the beaten track and sawU

S, . t- ,. ., .oralitn ,,,nly the worst part of the state and
... --O-y scof was nOt pleased. We felt at tsIe
:,I I -1tit. I O ld thi wo s pattL o t U

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NIXONat m ariv
SSj j.HCTOUfa.

A ,,:at L arge: has
: ;-; i i"- oatht;, take
.t'n in Florida.
.. ve. to land con-,
r.. age ceretmoty per-
.,i.atlty qualified parties.
,ov otbi,. -.t. Andrews

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... -: ..: '.'i,- tfters his profes-
t, th Lle citizens of St.
.. ... .. cauity. Residence on
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i. .1. .1. KESTEU,
'hie' t'hysician and Accou-
; ,.- pioneer Drug Store,
o" te State of Flor-
S-, -)trice at Parker, Fla.
..- .. L. ,:u4l payment of tazqs
# : '--.,'riail'es
,, . -. -' -4c8.
.. 'i "gr-w a few
., ... own gardens for
:... ,,i .. ep have long 'practiced
rm"? or less pruning of the vines.
-, 'is hiso practiced systematical-
., ,- '.i to,. -.vs ,e grow In n ot-
S -. As .1 '-. l-a field culture of
t:-,aatoes s riot sufficiently remunera-
S- 'naike pruning profitable. Pro-
St-on found that pruning the
S .... *." a pwrt of the, fruit had set
-, e ': i l;d more than one-third.
S. '.4 uider conditions of field cul-
trie. It Is possible that .where the
market is good an Increase of one-third
In the .crop would pay for the work of
prunlug.-Country Gentleman.

i le tll at al l answer ougIIL Lto le
made but ever found time to write
it. Now at this late day some one
writing troir Brooksville, has written
a shirt answer, .which we tinik is
goout as far as -it goes, but leaves
miuchi unsaid that itiglit have been
toldl T:he letter is as follows:
Alter leading Mary, kidney's im-
pressions of Florida in vast issues of
Farm Jouinal, 1 became quite atix-
ious to correct some of them wnich
seem misiaken. The vacation-spend'-
er ini Flerida is often led to believe
that the "east coast" locality repre-
soaitsa the state in topography and
general characteritics, but in the in-
terest ot "Fair Play" it should be
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Thi. item from lI tire Americus
T'imes--Recorder shows how the farm-.
ers are Isingi mntoney by not raising
ron., pcea s: isttai"-y-o w-pamastf-tt-w
command.the fancy pricee of $1:50 pe-
bushel in the'Amneiricns market. And
any acre of idle land will produce 25
-bushels." The farmers of : Georgia
are not only missing opportunities by
failing to raise cowpeas, bus also ini
account of not raising a great many
other t-hings that may ba very readily
grown in this state. F-.rming is not
sufficiently diversified. iThe. south-
ern farmer ha- many avenues of gain
open to hiii, but he does not seem to
realize the fact.-Columbns Ledger.

New York is apparently drifting
slowly but with certainty to Sunday
amusements at the theatre in spite of
the fervid anni sometimes hlystesical
opposition of the clergy and Sabatar-
iaus in general. Vamieville concerts
are given Sunday afternoons and
evenings inn a very large number of
our places of amusement. and these
are almost without variation jamine.I
to the doors by crowds who are quite
willing to accept the iitadequae shows
provided under an absurd aInw that
enables perfoiniers.to do pretty much

n o w D a ll t E 0l w es t ernsi e o p en S n i i n la111111- r
sular Florida, as well as the north- anything they like upon the stage so Sunshine in Florida being rather
western ptrt of tlie state, is of a hilly long as they do not wear fancy cos- difficult to manage owing to isolation
nature, imutchi resenling the prosper- ttumes or indulge en acrobalic feats. aud distance. she, too, should turn to
ous tarmtnig reginsis of- the mo(rle Fzr example, the spectacle presented local papers that members and
and western states, and very prduc- by Maik- Murphy last Sunday when branches may be brought into closer
hvee appeared in 'ull dress clothes il- conitmmunication with the state presi-
o, ida k having beet, e- uttra ing a stare act devoted largely dent who in turn reports to head-
cet yea gy ep or to carrying coal v as altogether in- quarters -everything of interest.
ceuit yeats ,.-rgeiy lepelm ient ,T or- ;
g-gr g a eiru ,s. h cugrus, but the spectators ap- Through the courtesy of NMr.
ange-growing for airtheir i-e-d. ihave
Seared to frplauded quite as heartily as if iMu- George W. Wilson, ot the Florida
Fol as, but are aking tik to tme bosf phy had been madeu tp" for the part Times-Union, a way has been sug-
t'olks, but are waking up to the pos-
e of her soudi Very le was playing. There is a tremend- gested by which this account of gen-
tibtitieh of tlieir surioundings. Very ,
ew, eveon now, fertilize ntig but orush of men and women in New eial Sunsline work andl that which
lew, even now, fertilize anything but
oranes--all farm and garden truck Yor.k who don't know what to do is of peculiar interest to us as a state,
oing without. ro the knowing, this with themselves on Sniunay, and who with items of good cheer received and
coiuldiu't be conxed or driven into a scattered, and suggestions of how,
sh.,ws splend1l resources, considering 5
what is actually ;eioduced. ciulrch uuder aniy circumstances. what utn.: where to send our t :-ms
Like other states tar distant from These ate the people who support abr-ol ,inay be exchanged.
the centers of pttplation, Florida i. lthe knundav shows, and it is only a T'lhe is much to tell, and much to
taxed heal by the railroads, aind question o'f time when they will hear aind these circular messages ill,
the raailroadsgemieralh are built tiru stnake their denimans kuown in imper- it is hoped increase Sunshine ii the
(lhe flatet or most mntavor-able see- ative ter ms.-Brooklyn Daily Eagle. heaits and spread rays of. good cheer
ions (to save expense in construe- LITTLEGIRLSOLVED THE PROBLEM. hes dae ils in heavy ai
lion), and thus the tourist in passing A street car horse on the Ninth
thru sees little that as like a **fainy aveineo line balked at Forty-sixth NO GLQOM AT HOME.
Ilanid." Too many tales of the riches street last night. A crowd collected, Ab .,ve all things there should obe
and ease possible in Florida, have ana the passengers got out of the car. no gitimn in the home. ThIe shad 'ass
been told by schemers; but she is The driver brought his whin down of mik discontent and wasting fiet-
made os good stuff just the same. 1, across the horse's back without effect. fulinss should ,never cross the threi-
,,r one, pireter this state to Michigan, A stout man who had just stepped off old, throwing their large, ,i;,-k
Misso6uri or New York; on account of the car said: "Don't do that, I'll get haip-,s. like funeral palls, ove- ite
merit as well as climate. This is him started." He a'rubbed the horse's happy young spirits gathered tiucre.
written at an elevation of more than nose. natteil him on the neck. and If von will. von shall sit on a throne

300{eet tabovr a| eel, and on the.
ground floot, t6, J o1riila.
When thle -peo take care of
themselves (and t 1ir stock).4hey ai-r
healthy in l4M tlits,r in Pennsylv4-
nia. A few. g04f -old Penpsylvauja
Dutch fplk : woulni work w nmder
here. "l#,"iafer wishes to say that"
he,arrived here February 10th of last
year, after an an sened of eight -ears;
- pulled fresh I)eetK, le tce, trips,
niustarl,, radishes and s'i:awberrres
for the table aad no hdlbetls, either.
H hais'pen eatjig all thl iegetables,
frtXI and '!.erries that his capacity.
wuhil alIlit,; ever-sii> Freshi gs

He often wishes that some of Our
Folks would come and eat their fill.
The family cow and calf are fed on
plenty ot beggarweeded," equal to the
best clover, and which grows iank
and juicy without man's help or care.
Mary Sidney cau have the cow's
word for it that Floridta contains
much more than oranges, or flat,
watery -wastes, and we hope that
Mary will come again and stay longer.

The opinion having prevailed that
denatured alcohol could not be man-
nfactured free from tax in quantities
of less than 500 gallons per day, Inter-
nal Revenue Commissioner Yerkes
has given out that "it does not make
one bit cf difference w.hethar the
farmer or distiller makes five gallons,
.500 gallons or 5,000,000 gallons, the
government is biund to inspect it
free of charge." He says, "the case
in a nut shell, is, the farmers who
have the product at hand with which
to make denatuied alcohol-if it is
clieap enough-will probably engage
in the business witlI profit. Those
who have not, got, it 'will find it to
their interest to stay out.' .

It has been an unsolved problem,
how to keep the boys. (and girls as
well). on the farm. There is only one
way in which 'it can be done. The
business must be made to 'appear so

.talked persuasively, ij without re-
sult. By this time tnr cars were
stalled. Somebody .csted oats,
anl'other kerosene, a iird a patrol
wagon. Another held. a burning
newspaper under the lirse. Still it
didn't move.. '
At last a girl of abnit- .13 pushed
her way througli the crowd andsaid:
"Say, mister, if you'll "ring the bell
twice the horse will think- somebo:ly.
has just got off, and he'll go ahead."
The conductor pulled. the bell and
the passengers had to thin to catch the
car, .

Headquarters No. .96 Fifth Auenue,
New York City.
President General-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York.
State President--Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
13 East First st. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone, f
Pas it on;
Let it travel-down the years,
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the ceed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer.
SColors-Yellow and White ,/ ,
State color-Deep Grange.
Song-"Scatter Sunshine.

The International Sunshine Soci-
ety, incorporated in 1890, was started
in the office' of the New York Re-
corider, through a gracious act4'f its
Jounder, Mrs. Cynthia WVestover
Al en.
The passing on of a- beautiful
Chrinstmas card gave rise to the soci-
ety which today numbers ovel, 350,-'
000 members in 'all p'rts of the
Its dues are ,to do some kind act
for some one each day_ and make
soniCS suggestion which will bring
iulhmine, to "sonme-body quiek."
W\VirGd.'o(t a sitlgicion of charity,
much has been done all ovcr A'.e world
through .voluntary contributions hant
voluntary labor to eu.bleit tO6 a-ccolem-
i -1 f Al --- b -
plish great things, while never f.or-

getting that the small ones are just
as important, that rich and poor hum-n
ble and great alike are blessed by the
simple act, the winning smile or cheer-
ful word.
Born in a newspaper office'the child
was nurtured kindly by the press.
Through the courtesy of Mr. Ed-
ward Bok, valuable space is devoted
exclusively to Sunshine in the Ladies'
Hoir,e Journal. This department is
edited by Mrs. Alden. Members will
please remember that this magazine is
the official medium for spreading the
'work of the society. This announce-
ment cannot fail to be most giatify-
ing to all truly interested in 'catter-
inlg Sunshine, for The Ladies' Home
Journal enters over one million homes,
and is read by five million of persons
living all over thie world.-
W\Vhile "altogether, there are above
200 papers regularly reportjung Sun-
shine work." Every state, in like
niannter, is ;ro-iding daily papers as
official organs for their respective

and bet lie presiding Ihomuehold deity.
0! faithful wile, what privileges,
what treasures greater or puter tlhan
And let the husband strive to .for.
get his cares as he ivinds around the
long narrow et et, and beholds tihe
soft light illon inii ng his little parlor,
spreading it p)ecious beam'd on the
red pave be rre it. He has been
harassed, perplexed, persecuted. He1
has borne with many a c tiel tone,
many a cold word, a'4d nerved him-,
self 'up to an energy go desperate, th at
his fame and spirits are wealwer
his temples thrb wi'll'thie piain-heat
,ca ted by tod -pyfaies
Hu scarcely knwtivs how to meet hism
wife with a pleasant smile, pr sit
down cheerfully to their little menI,
which she has provided with so much
But the door is orened-the over-
coat thrown hastily3 off. A. sweet,
singing voice falls ipon i hi' ear, andI
the tones are so soft and glad that,
hope, like a winged angel, dies right
into his bosom and nestles against his
A home whqre gloom 'is batiished
-presided ocer by one who has
learned to rule her household. Oih!
lie is thrice consoled for all his trials.
It is impossible he can be unhappy.
That sweetest, bes', dearest solace
is his-a cheerful home. Do youI
wonder tliat the main Is strengthened
anew for to-miorrow's care? :

It will no doubt be interesting to

everyone to know the. laws of the
state covering the killing of game andl
ion-game birds. It will be noteni
that there are but few unpiotectePd
bitdl anil of the others it is Hilawf'nl
to kill ari except game birds- atnd
they only in certain seasons. -
To kill, captujp;, have in poses--
sion, living or dead, buy, 'sell, ori-
ofter for sale any. -wild nonr-gamee

nest of any wild non-game bird. Pein-
allies: Fine of $5 for each offense
and $5 for each bird or part, thereof,
nest or eggs possessed, imprisonment
ten days, or both.
-To have wild turkey, quail or par-,
tridges in possession between March
lsit and Noveawber 1st. Finre $25 to
$100. -
To kill in one day more than twen-
ty quail or partridges and two wild
turkey; party of two 'mr more, forte?
quail and six wild turkeys. Fine $25
to $100.
To trap qutI ml'r partriigos except
upon one's own enclosed, cultivated
land: Fine $25 to $100.
To sell, offer to sell or have in pos-
session for sale any wild turkey, quail
or partridge. Fine $25 to $100.
To ship wild turkeys, quail or par-
ti iiles out of tlie state. Fine $25 to
To ship beyond the limits of the
county where killed any wild turkey
quail or p-'rtridge. Fine $25 to
To hunt on Sunday. Fine $25.
For non-residents to hunt ,wit.hoit
a license. Fine not exceeding $100.
To enter upon the enclosed lands
of another that are posted, to hunt or
fish. Fine $20.
The following are the game birds
of the state: Swans, geese, brunt,
Idcks, rails, coots, rmid-hensii, plov-
ers, gallinules, snipe, woodcock, saud-'
pipers, tatlers, curlews, wild turkeys.
partridges or quail, ti:tle doves and
All others are non-game birds.
English sparrows. big and little
blue darters (Cooper's and sharp'-
shiuned hawks), the groat horned
owl, crow, ricebu d, mearnowl ark, Jack-
daw and butcherbird (shrike) are not
Hunters may take their game home
with them within the state, but not
tor t sale.
Quail or partridges and wild tur-
keys may be killed November to Feb-
ruary; both inclusive.
Ducks October to March, both in-




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desirablee that they will have no wish
to go away. A short story in the
Farm, Field and Finrsido an.I ie-
produced in the Florida Agriculturist
illustrates how this may be acconi.
plislhod. Of course, it is not every
farmer that dan have a piece of
ground set off as the one i.i the story
was said to be, bat any small pi-ce of
land may be given-thein and their in-
terest aroused to such an extent that
they will do their best, andt thatbest
will ofte- surprise you. -
XVhienbeu new railroad was but.t
it cut off a tiny triangle of land.with
less fhan ann acre in it, and, the chil-
,t- "ye !gd+ttw'pi=pap tn give it.4o
them. "Let us have it fori our very
own farm," rhey cried, andl he said
they might do as they pleased with it.
"I want to keep a, pig in there,."
said Ralph.
"No, le( us put it in potatoes,"
proposed Ralph, who was ten.,
"I'd, rather flave flowers," said lit-y
tie Grace.
Eadchione may have a share," said.
ibeir papa. "Ralph may have a cor-
ner for his pig, and the others may
grow whatever they please."
"I gunessif Ned and Grace plant
things, I will too," said Ralph. "I'll
choose beans."
It was only a tiny plot, but the
children worked faithfully alter'their
father plowed and l)arovowed the rich
soil. Theie were potatoes and corn
and bsans and posies and all sorts o0
things -growing---every-thing.. but

weeds-in the small field, and every-
thing looked thrifty"
S"Come and see our fia-m,", said
Ralph, proudly, 'to a city boy whb
came to visit them "It's jnst fine."
"Call .that a farm?''?" said, the city
boy, with a lund, rideliaugh-, wlhem.
lhe saw the feirtte little field,. -'"Why
it iati't big enough fori a garrd' i. I
siI~t tolse no u ki.ls think you'll got
rich off this wonde'fi'ul patch bI i it."
'C0, Ralph! Can you a-pare me smine--
inm re.o l tih ,etoma;itoe?.'... ,c llk.jd J

at the gate- "And would like *'miie
mio'e of that sweet corn, it yvon
have it.' '
.The city boy looked no int astonish-
ment as Ire saw-the lady taking veg-
etables and"flowers. lie had always
heard that vegetables were not worth
anything unTess they are sent to the'
city markets, bnt each one of the
children lhad, a l aie of the bright
silver coins.
"I'm going to tell nmy neighbors
boat your little farm, if you don't
care," said tihe lady as tjhey filled. her
buggy with the. things she hlad
bought. "Frost will soon come and
destroy the plants, so you will want
to get rid ,A everything before that."
"I'm sorry I said that," said the
city boy, Irankly. "YMay 1 bolp youn
dig yon" potatoes, Ned? I'll be very
careful ".
"All right," sanl Nedl, bringing out
an extra ioe. "I am to hiave oue dol.
lirr ior encl' b.asihel, lor 31. \\iiteo
wants them for seed. I am gladl you
can .-ee our little farm does amount to
Late in tIhe atiumn, one of the.
neighbors who Irad been awaj all
summer, eame homu and called to see.
the father of the chlildran. "I want
to rent that little triangle thie rail-
road cut off," he said. "It don't do
you a bit of good atnd it will make
me a nice calf lot. I'll pay yon four.
dol ars for it fr noxt summer and:

is truth, the next good sense, the third
good humor and the fourth wit.-Bir
William Temple.

S Girlhood and Scott's Emulhion are,
linked together.

-The girl who takes Scott's Ematl-
rf/on has plenty of rich, red blood; she is
plump, active and energetic.

The reason is that at a period when a girl's ,
digestion is weak, Scotf'r Emulsidon
provides her with powerful nourishment in
easily digested form.

It is a food that builds and keeps up a

i. ALL DRUGGISTS 50c. AND. $1 .00.

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th-at's more than you'd get fro6d any -
one else, It's near-. y house and I'd
tike to have it.'. -
"The whil1dren made m4re t ia
fifty dollars from tlht t.tiiainge this-
summer,' .said i'r. Rted, wiith a.
smile. "- liave giVen it to tlrewt for't '
little farm, .so you'll hivole o ak '
them-.about renting it." -
"Good for. you. chiitdseii sajd ,
ttle gentleman, with a .snite. ''1
don't Warit it now. I wish rmor of-
our boys and girls wqvld have nice:
little farms and make ,toney; o they
would not run ,way'i6t hhe -eitiy..
I'm going to give my chirlden little
fa uh i t hey, wa. it t0tkw-U nexa I'M .lu .
mer. -
"We're goi ng tol make mor tuext
sniimer." said Ralph. '*Thisis Ot '
a tart." .
'WeUf, 11inkh 'it. s a very good
start," said-hUe neighbor. arhe was
righi. '

The late GoMneras.)aihter ws aeo
cnstolued to tell of a-!-e ti r o't .,L

made by a 'voliinteet soldierT, 'an pf-
ficer d,19ing the Cuban campaign.
Near Siboney, ,one nighf after a ,
march, it' chanced a- few'of thie
"'boys'" of a Tonnessea' coli.palnv Iad.
pitched their tent s in -close proxinli-
Ity to the tent ot an officer ol another
company. Th'e "boys" were. 8.
what inuiiy, sIa taps had not been
so0ndod, says the 'Nevw York Tin'es.
Shut up, over 'there!'' hoifled
the officer, angri.y. .
"Who are you?" asked one of the, -
"boys." ,
Sl''ll0 s0on- ,how yot if I cnte ot ,i
there," was the respoUn&e. ,
The "buys". however e7in'tiai ,e.il
their racket to snuh ian .xteutL thlvi. '..'
t1e irritated 'officer h oou appeared
uponi the scene andJiea'l tlhei aa tei-
,ible lecttue, windiijg np witl. a
hireat to report them to the colonel.
"Don't yon men know enough to
'obey a sdipeiio.r ofierr?" demani"ei0

oine of the men. "'WeVo should *hav-'
oboyed yonu at once if -.you'4 had
,ho.ulder a; raps t yoM vde. "
A Daring V.'ap. a'
Some wasps ivye III part Hupot xney.,
which they eolleot-fimo the moSt-open.o '
petaled flowers, nai- thlus t- a very
moderate extent they may be regarded
la thc light of flower fertiiizers. Kirkt-
land says in the firt, volume of tie
American Naturalist that "tue pape?'-
hornet ('Vcpla iutiaila., ofled *utet '
my nucleus .hives when I ain rearing
Itl'liai pueen bees anid c:riu'.'s fb
y r- "g : ', -l in l tl c m:. d.Lt Qo her liittli
('olon1y. uI:;ually j.ft af'tcr she hai c(wm-
",c.ne?! het-r tlr.it laying. I have s. en .
tIts dep.-edator enter the snihil hive,
drag out the queen and fly a\ya3 \vith..
Ler to the wood-;" (p, :-e ,2). Soui- of
the spe-ies of the genus polItes store
up honey which is poisonous, from -th .
fact that it has been collected from
)pois;)nous fl-.wers. They are found ia
South America, whero Tllso species 0<
the genus chartergus ocdur-wasps
that -make a very rterarlnable and
ton';h nest, withi i'nnul shaped eo;.ub'-.^ +
inusi nost fashion, but not in contact e::-
cept at their points of suspension. At
the apexes of these cones occur the
apertures of entrance for the inmates
to pass up among the conical tiers.

'fie Rnliuh Pasion.
t Beggar-Ca you help a poor man
to- Pedestrikm-I think you have
touched me before. Beggar-Possibly.
sir. possibly. You see -I'm a stranded
photographer, and the 91d habit of re-,
touching clings, sir.

The first ingredient In conversation




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The str. Taipon arrived from the
south at 9 3'clo-k a. m., FriJay.
At 2:80 p. in. yesterday she arrived
from Mobile and Pensacola.

Leaves St. Andrews Bay, every Moaday,
Leaves Pensacol.i, Thursday. (we.i tner
permitting). Special attention will be
given to receiving and ferwarding
freight for pr.rties living anywhere on
either arm of the Hav, and passengers
for auy point ou the L;ay ean depend
upon securing prompt truns0ortationt
at reasonable rates. Good passenger
aecoinmiodatoai. Express and Roilroad
Freight aoecialtles. For further in-
formatlon apply to
L. M. WARIs. Get%. Manager.


Carries tav East Bay Mail lctween St.
Andrew, Wetappo anti intermediate
points. Leaves St. Andrew daily (ex
cept Sunday' at 5:00 a, i.B, arrive at
We anpo at 2:30 p. in ; leave Wetap.o
at 1:00 p. mn ; arrives at St. Andrew at
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly at
Panama City, Croin. Ion, I'arker, Ca.l-
lawav. Coon0, Allanton and Farmndale.
Freight landed at tiny postofRfie whar l .
For p88senger and freight rates, see
rate card In tha serve tal postoflices.
F. A. \ ITHERILL, Manager.

The following table record-, the max
Imum, minimum ahd mean tempera-
tures. the rainfall and direction of the-
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S
Date...... a 1 3 | in. Wind

Feb.. 6 55 35 45 00 ne
7 67 38 52 .00 ne
8 57 31 44 .00 w
9 64 35 49 .001 w
10 65 45 58 .00 nw
12 65 33 49 .00 w
13 64 36 50 00 w
1 62 36 49 1 .001

Steering the Ship.
The work of steering a great ship,
even with the aid of modern machin-
ery. Is much more delicate than one
would imagine. The larger and faster
the ship the greater is the difficulty.
It is not enough to hold the wheel in
the same position to keep the ship on
ler course, for the wind and waves
and the currents of the ocean tend
constantly to knock the ship off her
course. The gret wall of steel (for
the hull may be 700 feet long and sixty
feet hilbj offers a broad target for
the wind and uwves. The art in steer-
liag I- to humor the -hip to thL.se for',.ce
and when s.he is deflete.1l bring her
lI (ui! .' to her course. If you
ouid the binnacle, especially
in i, :"' *-, you would see the
mne-.,'! of the compass constantly shift-
iLt from side to side. which means
that tbhe vreat steel prow is not going
forward in a perfectly strii:atit line.-
francils A: : -1 Co!'- n in St. Nicholas.
Ner vTrks Cdal ; Ieers.
A diver has to L lihve' lic-:Ise. ''Ri';
,t--' e-ous official, the i'uyor's mar--
s" l !, :''nt6 one upon' the payment of
235 eo:!t and two wlitt-nl tCt:ni...)::tl
of hone'stt'. A man mi '" 'co'ne ont of
S.-." Sin', whither he has b"c'n sent
for 1 ." -v rW.bery or st'niag the'
min~' a';-; ot o any o'her cni'ue, 1,
he pre,; t vwo- greasy f ter-on of
ny T,'.. sOl; fe trie;r. of any" Smitlh-
Sh is on. l:)ltrf'f fellow he
>-'] '* :o. ?N ) inquiry is in'.lde.
ires atr' neve,' i)oiod' up.
i. i "n are a deperate criminal
-r '.lty of murder or fa'il're to pay
tlhmo-y--)' can do no better than
take out a iaense and filde' on top of n'
cab. So Into the business drift all
sorts and conditions of rogues. Tnder
the aegis of the law (the negis being a
twenty-five cent badge) they rob youth
and me.-Vance Thompson in Outing'h
(Common Col's are the Caun t o
Many Seriots Diseases,
Physicians who have gained a national
reputation as analysts of thie cause of vii-
rienu diseuses,.claim that if catching (cold
could' e a voidpd a long 'ist of r iilitEro'is
ilpnntst-wvoidi never be heard of. E'verv
one knows liat oneumionia and tion originiale from cold, aud chronie
oatarrh,. brou:ihitis, and all throat a4nd1
ling trouhle are aggravated and rendered
more serious by each fresh attack Do not
rimk your life or take chance-1,.vhen you
have a cold. Chaminheraini's I'ough Rente-
dy will cure it before these li4eases de-
vetop. This remedy cont',iis no oiiilum,
o-orpliihue or other harmful drug and'ims
Htirty vears of veDutation b acik t i:,
gtinoiid by anrea under every condition.
For sale by all inediiiie dealers.

Didn't 'Like Taxes.
Cases against George Washington ap.
pear her r aid' there in old documents.
No less than three claims were entered.
agniast him during the year 1787% to
compel him to pay taxes. The Ihu-
morous clerk, commenting on these ac-
tions, remarked, "George Washington.
Esq lppenretfi ot to- like, taxes."
,J rn Life.
.. of modern life in-
,J. that (here is little
i ts expeundlfur diminish-
:. of lire becoming more simple
and less cotly.-Black and White.

Made You worldi'Vt know my
tn: i.e i'w If yvu met him. Nell-
'"" so much as that':
S't it exactly. I've-

-Colored and plain souvenir postal-
cards, with St. Andrew scenes at the
Buoy ofllice.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good Itnen uaper, 25c per
dozen: also blank receipts--100 receipts
in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy office
-About noon on Wednesday of last
week.a sor. was ?born to Mr. and Mrs. D.
glisson. with Dr. Jansenius it. attend-
ance. Mother and child are reported to
be doing nicely.
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, per
box 10 ets. Put up eight Tablets in, a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
best ink. Economical permanent. abso-
lutely indelible, convenient, non-coro-
sive. At the Bnoy office.
-Got $5.00 worth of Photos for $1.00,
in the souvenir book "PICTUR-
equally as good if not better than the
original photos. For sale at Ware's,
Godard'sjor by Masker.
-Handsom3 letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c. per dozen; alao map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B-iov Office
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m.: Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pai ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with' a certificate of
membership from their hoine lodge and
a fully paid receipt tor dues.
-Regarding the two wrecks outside
the St. Andrews Bay P&aW, mentioned
in iast week's Buoy, searching parties
went to the Gulf as soon as the sea
calmed sufficiently to make it safe to do
do so; but only one wreck could be
found'and that was taken possession of
by Sim. Stephens, who employed Jos. J.
Trousdale to go with his launch and
tow it to St. Andrew. The boat proved
to be the Mary C. of Biloxi, a liver
or six ton schooner, and the boat itself
had sustained but trifling damage while
the mainmast was broken and the sail,
were ruined. She had capsized with a
quantity of red snappers on ice aboard,
and was ar.chored, probably by the an-
chor falling overboard, three or,four
miles from shore. Nothing has been
learned of the fate of those on board,
how many there were or who is the
owner of the vessel. There can hardly
be but one inference, and that is that
every person on board perished.
The Bedouin of Soootra.
The Bedouin is decidedly a hand-
some individual, lithe of limb like his
goats and with a cafe au lait colored
skin. He has a .sharp profile, excellent
teeth. He often wears a stubby black
beard and has beautifully penciled eye-
brows, and, though differing entirely
In language, in physique and type, he
closely r'eseinl'les. theA Bedouin found d In
the Mahrl and Gara mountains. Fur-
thermore, the mode of life is the same
-dwelling in caves when necessary,
but having permanent abodes on the
lower lands-and they have several
other striking points in common. Greet-
ings take place between the Arabian
Bedouins and the Socotran Bedouins
in similar fashion-by touching each
cheek and then rubbing the nose.
We found the Bedouin of Mount
Haghier fond of dancing and playing
his teherane, and also peculiarly lax
In his religious observances, and,
though ostensibly conforming to Mo-
hammedan practice, he observes next
to none of their precepts, and it is pr'e-
cisely the nine with the Bedouins
whom we met in the Gara mountalus.
There is certainly nothing African
about the Socotran Bedoniu. There-
fore r am itfel'ined to consider him as
a branch of that aboriginal race which
lahabited Arabia, with ; language of
Its own.-Nineteenth Century.
Order of British Titles.
They had been talking about an Eng-
lish marquis and the position he held
among his titled aristocracy.
"I didn't know a marquis ranked so
high," said the girl in white.
"Denr me!" said an Englishman.
B'Didn'"t you? Why, a marquis ranks

next to- a duke."
IHe paused to sip his tea and take a
foie gras sandwich.
"Marquess, not marquis," he went
on, "is the more accurate use of the
word. It is so spelled and pronounced
in Burke. Shall I tell you the' degrees
if the English aristocr'acy? The knowl-
,ige may be us-'ful to you when you
iome to) contract an International al-
.i:ncec. eh?
"After royalty come dukes. After
lakes come marquises, then earls, vis-
.ounts, barons, baronets and knights.
I don't mention lords. A lord is an
earl-the Earl of Craven. for instance,
is often called Lord Craven-or else
the title is only the courtesy one ac-
corded to the younger sons of dukes.-
Philadelphia Bulletin.
A Valuable Lesson.
"Six years ago I learned a valuable
lesson," writes John Preasant, of Mag-
nolia, Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
King's New Life Pills, and the longer I
take them the better I find them."
They please everybody. Guaranteed at
A. H. Brake's store. 25c.
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What fl ed Cornl Is.
The red coral that is used for neel-
laces Is a horny axis which suii)ports
Sinumlter of ) .'ie., .oral-like in'
niml or p'),,. ; tih eiiti:'e st,',i( Lo
hiearinig a st: i g r':e em ,l;i:c( )
Ssnall shrubl). '1 Ihe Ii oieimniici. iit',r t'(
hlnve ltro)night this sirullike r(ol.)ny 1
thie surface. cleaiu tile soft ainiiiial uia
tef away., preserving the red core, oi
axis, which is sohli as jewelry. Al
though red coral eoiitains some line. IL
is largely ('omiposed of a substance
akin to ho.n. a d. like h Urn. it t ike.4 a
line polisli. IHorn,. \vool andl other ani-
nia;l subllstances of thi nature almost
invarl;ibly chlinte tleir color when
brought Into intense heat.-St. Nich-

The tiial of Hlarry K. Thaw in
New York for killing Stanford VWhite
appears to be attracting molre wide-
spread attention than aiy criminal
proceeding of recent years. The de-
fense is conducting the snit npon a
plea of Thaw's insanity, and, ininer-
uils letters written by him, which are
1eing sublm ittel in evidence, would
seelm to indicate that his imind was
not at all times correctly balanced.
Bunt be that as it may, ift' te stury
told by Mrs. Thaw before a thronged
coirt loom and with tears streaming
from her e es of the ontrages inflicted
upon her by Stanford White be true,
and np to the present newspaper re-
ports of the trial received, the learned
district attorney has been unable to
refute her testimony, it stamps White
as a conscienceless villain ot the low-
est type, whom simply killing was
too mihl a punishment and if thep
jury is composed of men with a sense
aveliging thle wrongs of young girl,
it will not take then long to decide
it as a case of justifiable homicide
and render a vetlict of "not guilty."
Andl it beenis strange that an attor-
ney who has a iiiither, wife, daughter
or sister, evei though lie be not sup-
posed to have any feeling !or the de-
fendatit can conscientiously proso-
cute Tlhaw for killing so vile a
If Thaw is adjudged insane, it is
little wonder that lie wags o after be-
ing apprised by the girl who loved
him, of White's villainy and declin-
ing to *marry him because of that
Lo ve.

We will be at the following places
oui day and date mentioned below foi
the purpose of collecting the taxes for
the year 1906, and assessing the taxes
for the year 1907.
Wetappo, Feb. 14.
Milivilie, Feb. 15.
St. Andre.', Feb. 16.
Biyheatl, Feb. 18.
Grassy Point, Feb. 19.
W. B. GAINER, Tax Collector.
J. J. WILLIAMS, Tax Assessor.

Lameno Back.
Tis ailment is usually cansed by
-heeumnatisni of the muscles and may bee
cured by applying Chamberlain's I ain
Balm Iwo or three times a dry and runl-
b: ,g the parll- vigorously ait eaeh app li-
cation. If this does not afford relief bind
on a piece of flainnel slightly dampened
with 1'ain Bal m, and quick relief is al-
inost su-e to follow. Fur sale ,y vall nied-
Dubuque's Seal.
On the city seal of Dubuque, Ia., ap-
pear the words "La petite nult," and
strangers are always puzzled by them.
Why should Dubuque be called "the
little night?" It is explained that the
pI)lce originally was settled by an old
miner named Dubuque. When the In-
dians granted certain lands to Dubuque
the document was drawn up In French
in Irinrie du Chion. The clerk who
did the work believed that "la petite
unit" meant "tlhe old miner," and his
mis:;take has perpetuated a phrase
which, however pretty, has no siguifi-
(0c1cc iu its prre-ent connection.
B-:-v His Orwn Hor;n.
A certain colonel who was in com-
mar' a of thie lc'rthsimir, y-eomnry was
at ::nu evoninig party in Edinburgh (om-
pl.lining lou-ily of lis ofi:er's, alleging
!, t all t li liuties of tle regd:ne:t de-
\o;", o'.l r ii iin. ''I ;m-', lie said, "to
fil ;::t.'nt and i.. urpi(ses miy own mn:ijor,
iy ov11I ('apitain. i iy own lie'.ttei nt
.nv own a ('. ol't." '.To say nothing of
Lc'.ii:I yoit -.r "il trri'nHptetr too," renmark-
;;l ; griit old (Scottish lady, sotto ve'e
Qio;Ik Wit.
T'lhe:e' is no ;ior.' effective we!')on to
ill\'ind tus fro:i iinpe"ttnence or' riude-
:a.as lI b; qu'ik. ihlrp 'wit. But fewn

;nen lave it. -and it is born with then.
If we try to i fnt:ate it we end in ill
in'atur and .-: ;'rrility. Wit cannot be
forced into growth. But courtesy and
good toenper can. These weapons are
sure and grow brighter and stronger
with age.

WANIED-by Chicago wholesaleniind
mail order house, assistant manager (mian
or wom.in) for this county and-dj )ini;ng
territory. Salary $20 and expenses paid
we,,kly; expense money advanced. Work
p>leasal ;.vosirion permanent. No invest-
mient or ,:xperienco required. Spuar time
valuable. Write at oiree f'or full parti'eu-
lars a-tnd enolose self-addressed ci.velop)e.
Lake st.,Cicaigo.
Irritating Amnericanisms.
One of the most irritating of Amer
icanisms is the use of "limb" for
"branch." "Limb" for "leg" has al-
ways been accepted as an American
prudery, but what is the matter with
"branch?" Careful Anglophile writers
are beginning now to reintroduce this
latter word, but "limb" has hitherto
been the trausatlantlc word with all
authors. If it is also old English we
shall not mind so much, but is it? The
joite of the verse is at least 1,300f years
old, but how old is the English ver-
sion ?-London Chronicle.


prove their worth at harvest
time. After over fifty years of
success, they are pronounced
the best and surest by careful
planters everywhere. Your
dealer sells them. 1907 Seed
Aanaal free on request.
SD. M. F. rI.Y & CO., Detroit, Mich.

Gentus and Wor
Men give me credit for genius. All
the genius I have lies just in hbis:
When I have a subject In hand I
study it profoundly. Day and night
It is before me. I explore it In all its
bearings. My mind becomes pervaded
with It. Then the effort which I make
the people are pleased to call the fruit
of genius. It is the fruit of labor and
thought.-Alexander Hamilton.
A Rank Offense.
"May we have the pleasure of your
company this evening, colonel?" she
The colonel drew himself up haughti-
ly and replied, with every evidence of
offended dignity:
"Madam, I command a regiment."

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the Iind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; bl4uty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
St, ..i ~disappear when the kid-
neys are out of ordet
or diseased.
S- Kidney trouble has
:{ become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
,for a child to be born
/i 'afflicted with weak kid-
.1 --- neys. If the child urin-
"- ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar 'S
sizes. You may have a |
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp-Root.
ing all about it, including many of the.
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. in writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention thts paper
i)ou't make any mistake, hut remember
the name, -Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address. ilingham-
lou, N. Y., on every bottle.

WANTEI) Immediately Twenty Cap-
tains and Crews for SNAPPER FISH-
ING, Mexican Gulf. Home port, Gulf-
port, Miss. Also Sponae Divers. with
or without outtilts. lor Mexican Coast.
Owners with own boats. apply on share
basis, Also three Large Fishing
Schoouers to complete fleet. Must be
in first-class condition, C. 0. D. Apply
immediately, stating price, to
35 Wall Street, New York.


Ten Acres of Good Land
$300 toQu ck Buy,er !
Nearly Two Acres Cleared and Fenced.
House 14x30 feet. Well. About six
acres is Splendlid Black Loatni.
Rightly handled in Strawberries woulJ
bring a man in from $100.00 to $300,00
per acre. This rice is only half the
property is worth. Eighty rods from
church and school. Write to
Cromanton., Fla.
Welsh Rabbit Fiasco.
"When I was starting my apart-
ment," remembered the bachelor, "sev-
eral of mny lady friends wired me they
would bring a small party of people up
for Welsh rabbit. I went out and
bought a chafing dish, the h:ndsomest
I could find; a do::en plates., silver
knives and forks and spoons and nap-
kins and a table to set the rabbit out
on, so that the rabbit, which at a res-
taurant would have cost about $1 all
told, cost me about i35. And then they
didn't come."-New York Press.

heir MI-cec.
"But, dear," said the caller, "I don't
see why you should care to change the
name of your charming little country
place. Idlewhile 1i so romantic. It
seems to signify dreamy idleness."
"That's just the trouble," replied the
housewife. "It was toa suggestive."
"In what way?"
"Why, it attracted all the tramps In
the county."-Chicag?) News.
False Economy.
There Is a vast difference between
the economy which administers wisely
and that niggardly economy which!
saves for the sake of saving anm
spends a dime's worth of time to save
a penny. I have never known a man
who overestimated the importance of
saving pennies to do things which be
long to large minds.-Success Maga
Working Hard.
The little boy's father had come
home from his office early and was
lying down for a nap before dinner.
The little lad's mother sent him up
talNe to see if his father was asleep
He returned with this answer: "Yes,
mamma, papa is all asleep but his

"You look discouraged."
"I am. Another college has just con-
ferred the degree of LL. D. on my
Uncle Benjamin. There isn't likely to
be much left for me when he dies."-
Chicago llecord-Ilerald.
A Mean Dig.
Miss Passe-I have had many chances
to marry. Only a short time ago a
man told me of his love. Miss Pert-
Did he'also tell you the name of the
lady?-Meggendorfer Blatter.
His Religion.
"Money is his religion."
"Yes: his wife is afraid to ask for
any. It's a subject too sacred to i,;u-
tion "-Illustrated Bits.




Neighbors Goi Fooled.
"I was literally coughing myself t,
d-ath, and had become too weak ti
leave my bed; -nd neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it: aive; ct
they got fooled, for than s be 'o God. I
was induced o try Dr. King'- New Dis-
covery. It took just four one dollar
bottles to completely cure the cou li
and restore me to good sound health,"
writ es Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grov.r-
+own, Stark Co., Ind. This King of
cough and coil cures, an healer of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed by A. H.
Bi ae& 5' and $1. Trial b e r, .i
Why Some Countries Are Unlnliatltee
A mere glance at our maps impressed
a few general facts upon us. We se,
that the largest areas of the unknown
are now in lands that are too dry, as i]
the Sahara, the desert of ArabWt. an:
the stel.es of Mongolia; lauds that ar
too wet and hot. stimulating almost in
penetrable forest growths, as in pl)al
of the Amazon and Koungo basind.
hl.nds: that are too cold lan.[ bla:ik, a
portions of the northern iareas of Amci
ica and Asia. Even the characte'ristit
of' tlhe inliabitants influe:,e the extend
of tlhe unexplored. In proportion to to
tal area there is more nmknwn surf-rac
in Liberia than in any other political
subdivision of thle world, because th
Liberlans. content to live along th
coast, have scarcely entered their vas
forest maze, though they teem wit;
rubber and other resources.-Cyrus C
i^antls In HI-,n.'"""

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


W. 0, BARROW. Master.

Tuesdny. 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30.a. in.
Fridryy. 10:00 a. m.

St. And
St. And

Irew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m.
le,, Wecnesday, 10.-00 s. m.
micola, Thursday. 6.00 a. to.
elle, TTursd y, 12:00 'toow.
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
rew. Friday, 2.00 a. m,
e. Friday. 11:30 p. m.
ola. Frid,, 1I,30 p.m,

Pensacola to St Andrew and.Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carral'lt-, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Peusaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
fhe abovo rates include meals and berths. [J. R. SAUNDERS,
E. R. COBB. Gen'1 Freight and Pass. Agt. President.


General M erchf ndis'e


Cooking and Heating Stoves.

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.


Burial Caskets, obese Suites, Etr



Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries!
Corner of Washington Avenue Pn< .Bayview Steel.

I Pay Cash for Goods and Must Do a Strictly Cash or
Ready Pay Business.
T'hi is in Mv Patrons' Interest as W ell ;,s 31v Ot ,i C;ill anil ( nvint
vnis.'ll "ft T1This Ti U lh.

We are Making a Special Leader



tillh', l lfron O()l iinal liia ie1. a the l Ditiil lery and 't 1#l n di r .nry
iW s lidial g1 1arInlei .

1 411Quart .nilm Bi-'klcy,
I Qila l'i Ft.i'-st IUlmmmi,
4 Q, arts, $3 5; 8 QaitCs,
Send for Price List.
Long Distance Phoone, 345.

1 Quiart Goldeni Senil,
I Quitirt .ll-evul*ib l l,
$6.00; 12 Q artit, $11.50,
J acksonville, Fla.

The AllIaoii l bler CoMhA,
A N I)


H.o K. HOOD,


St. A.nd -re' w, -p'ai

of a woman's life, is the name often given to the "change of life."
Your menses come at long intervals, and grow scantier until they
stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three
u or four years, and it is the cause of much pain and discomfort,
which can, however, be cured, by taking


it u Woman's Relief

It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, Irritability, miserable-
Sness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weak-
Sness, tired feeling, etc. Cardui will bring you safely through this
;, "dodging period," and build up your strength for the rest of your life.
S At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it.

freely and franfdly, telling us all your
troubles. We will send Free Advice (In
plain, sealed envelope). Address: La-
dies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.

I suffered," writes Virginia Robson,
of Easton, Md., "until I took Cardul,
which cured me so quickly it surprised
my doctor, who didn't know I was
talking it."




Whether Large ,*r Small.







Write for Prices


Mercantile Con.,




Founded in 1878, and built Lip by tHl V',
now Thoroughly Reorganized lndei N:
Solicits the PaIrGtrage of 2 .

of the House, of the Tr:'ding Posl .;I
well, and guarantees unLiform, tf- ii
to all.

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Thursday, Feb. 14. 1907.


ug ar, lb Tea, t
Granulated .... 6t, He No....... 5
Cot'ee.A .... 5 Gunpowder.. 41
Lt browii..... 5 Ulncol'4 Jap.40-64
.ll'e, CO nd milk, cal
T.reen .... 12@20. Utrsweeti'a. 10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened .....
4iunter snaps 31 b 25 Baking powder
;racketr,soda.. 10 Royal........ 5(
'obiacco, plug "20a640 Camnphell ...... 1(
tisinIs Canued fruit
Lmodon layers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a2(
Valencia.... .. 8 Toumatoes .....Stal
tic( ...... 64 Apples ........ It
plples Pears ......... 1;
Evaporated...,121 Plumas.......... I
Dried Peaches 8S Apricot...... 110-2(
Joal Oil prgal.. ...20 Strawberries... 2(
lasolite '......20 Pieapple ...10-2C
?llrida Syrup... 5011 Canned Meats
l6iley ........ .. 5 toast Beef... 12Y
iuegar ........ 30 Corned Beef. 12.
cOeess pr lb.. 18 Chipped BeeflO-25
er. .. 2-35 Lobster..... 2/
Oleiniargeriine.. IS Salmon... 10@15
i,rd......... 7-10 Canted Vegetables
'leaa r........... 5 Baked Beans.. 1]
,ecanr,.ut,,pkg.... 10 Cort. ..... 10@15
Sell, glasit lOai20 Peas ........ i
.ire J uice...... 45 t Pumpkin ...... 1
,,as per dor... .20
S Io:ur Pork
Star of S'th1 2.35 D. S. pr lb ......11
Ohelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... 12
Uornti Meal pr bumt-7.0 Freshli ....... 8a,1
Ualt leai pr lb... 5 Br'.kf'st Bac'n 16-22
Corti per u .75a400 Hat canv's'd 15-2(1
",, aLUoeS Shoulders..... iI
t is..... .. 1 40 Bieef
Iatlv L'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.... 60@'75 Fresh.. ...... 8. 10
-tit, pr iack.. 1.00 Dried .......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
tit, ueer tL1'a51 Ax,with handle. 75
t;aiv wire do.6ati lHoes, each....35a50
'taiuilla rope. .9a120opper paint, caii 50
4i,)ves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,ga..55@60
"ipe, per joint 18
-'.itls, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... 5i4,15
'iheetings 5.a. 5a Flanunel ..... 1a40
uilin........ 9al Thread per' spool. 5
letiits .......15a15 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
a,: ti'aniits pat 225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
lily pr cwt.l.75al.u5. 'ata pr ia....... 60
r.i .. ...... .25 Brick pr M.... .13.00
Up eSialn .....7@9 Lime pr tbl...... 75
Iranuges pr do.. 45 Pecans pr Il..... 15
p. ples........ 15 Waluuts. ....... -0
.e uto(it . ... .. 20 Altiiiils ........ 15
a 'n4k 1l tI,00t I.50 Opened pir ,t .. 20.
*lure $. 50a150 C'ows....... (15*$sd
Mules.,.. $50a$175 Hogs....... $3 t $4
xel pr yoke $65 Sheep........... $2

'rdmfl'snvifi 4tl') Geese- euelt_. .jra5l
C, I .k-"# ... i i.1t H Duck...... 25 1
r At Sat
iltlet ic doz 25. c MAilet pi'r -1hi4 >.W4
front-. -',:... ... '' it...... .5
,utpaniuio t0'.. 6 I'oatpano ... Ill.0<
4 4u1-geta i..... 10 Mackerel . . . 00
lU M HEllt.
Vt- .orirg, Ceitliig.
rlt in.. .414,01 Heart, c' ai. .414.01
S e ... 12.01I Face ... I2.01
..- 10,00 Sap ... 10.04
Dlr,,, ,.ldiiig, Glaihoards,
ia'! lavae V ,ua I 1.0( t.K ia 10.00 FVininting luis-
3'il Iuitrler.. liI 2 leer, d $124(I15.21
l"'ar< t h!,tl< ( e .2.50 l..lll, I ... .]_%i.t1
% s 1..5<1 Hiut luul.lier
'' el .. .$ 20

There is more catarrh in titis section o
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years was
sunposed to tie incuralble. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease. and prescribed local remedies
and tyt eonstantly failing to cure with
local treat tment, pronounced it incurable
"'Cirleice ira8 proven c~ttirihl (o to a cOnt-
stitutional disease, and tlheretiore re-
q'nires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Chlieney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from ten drops
ea teashoonful. It acts directly on lthe
blood and mucous surfaces cf tire system.
They offer ote hundred dollars for any
case it, fails to cure. Send for circulars
a..d' testimonials. Address, J. F. CHE-
NEY& Co. Toledo, Ohio.
T.mke dall's Faannify Pills for constipa-

The world h: dl a narrow escai'e of
tix-er lhavilig known a Sir WiIltem
8-ott. When a t.ny hi.te he w .as let'i
iu h.'harge of a maid. but the, g'rl'.s heuir'
Vcis iu 1E]i'ji-urgll, v,-hi'bhe sht\' wanted

to g tj r'.-e :i iher lover. She was.
t.w-ever. colep)e.!i'le t st:ny anid look
aftev the infant at Sandu, Kinowe. The
g'ri regarded her chiar-ge as an obstacle
to be removed and !interw ard confess-
e(j th:it ,hei carried y-:)ung Scott up to
the Cirags (under a strong temptation
of the devil, as she expressed it), fully
Intending to cuts his throat with her
scissors and ibry him under the moss.


It you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels everyday, you're ill or will be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take

Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 anid
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book
let on health. Address 433 I
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.-


Our ehlloul in prospering, having
an enl'olimenat of twenty-one pupils,
with MAiss Jennie miilhh of Pearl
Bayou as tiaclier.
W. F. Woodford is now getting
lumber on the ground fur tlie erections
o*f his hotel. Carpenters will soon
be bnuy at work. Mr. W. went up,
Wetappo Creek in his launch and
bret back a ralt of logs for the Al.
lantoiu Lumber Compa y
Harry Allan is a frequent visitor
at tliis place. There 60tt be so01ie
more than ordinary attraction here.
Lighthouse-keeper Lupton, from
St. Josepjh Point was in town last

S A v,'ung stranger wa given :
welcome Sunday evening at thle hom
0 of B. A. and Mrs. V'Vhiddon.
0 [The Farmitale items were intend
d for last week, but did not reacl
thle editor until Wednesday night
, after the Buoy was printed tand mail
ed at the postoffice. CuntiiLutors
should bear' in mind that their favor,
111must resch the editor not later that
'ues.day noon, el4te they cannot ap
pear iln the current issue.-ED.]


St- Vitus' Dance
ManLy persons who suf-
fered untold agonies from
epilepsy, fits, spasms, and
St. Vitus' Dance are to-
day well. The strength-
ening influence of Dr.
Miles' Nervine upon the
shattered nerves having
restored them to perfect
"I endured agony that words can-
not express from St. Vitus' dance,
which followed a very severe spell of
rheumatism. I doctored with a phy-
sician; but the more I took of his med-
icine the worse I got. My mother's de-
votion saved me. After she had become
almost heart-broken, as well as phys-
ically exhausted from constant care,
by the advice of a neighbor she procur-
ed a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine. From
the first dose to the last a continual
change for the better was noticable,
and when I had taken eleven bottles
I was well, and in robust health,"
North Manchester, Indiana.
"Our little boy Harry, had spasms
for three years, and although we doc-
tored with many physicians, he con-
tinued to grow worse until he had ten
spasms in one week. About that time
oir attention was called to Dr. Miles'
Nervine. We began giving It to him.'
HIls improveroent seemed slow, but
whiti he h 4d flnisld the fourth bot-
tle the spasms had disappeared, and
have not been seen now for years. We
shall always recommend Dr. Miles'
Hastings, Neb.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
first bottle will benefit. If it falls, he
viil refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, In

Maniy a ine a h'') hIt's .sont into bhisl
.s I wvlth I'" ,1 )ioiin ,tt \he mst have
"n exto'ni-i'v pl -,t in 0 '"-1'" t ) sn'ec'ee'
,as fo-'m1, hat hti s' tk o 't'i]k n t')o
"tl 'I. "'Ti' ,;s t''" "- .' (" 0 of In
S. -h--m-s .' 'ryr, wi: fo'* n.ary yen'
tf ly t;ll!"d 'I farn of 0 ,neres with-
,nt making at any !- 'e i ce')m:fo:tab!e
'. At la:-t he sn'd thel land to five
th' tn families, who to k f)!rty ac -oe
n'a'. A n,'>t'h'erni trae'eo' who pias.el'
hli;t way anad v.-. at'.aet'ed by the
ne'tlnes' t nn ('ievi'ient prosperity of the
-ma!l farms entered, into conversation
n'ith one of the prp:'ietors.
"hiow muc-I land have you?" he
TlI:, d.
"Forty ncr s," salJ the Italian.
"Is It all in tilla"e?"
"No, Inoeed!" exclaimed the farmer.
-'Ten acres are all one man can attend
Io. I bor.ght the rest for my sons."
*Ten ae"es may seen like a small
arin to most Amerieans, but carefiuly
cultivated it produnc- for the Italiar,
lore rec'vmmie thlin 2n00 l:ha for" the lpre
ions ownc''.-Youth's Conipanic'n.

'I have a) pleauint surprise for y-
'*iss Sla ri)'y."
"Can 1 guess what it sla, Mr. Bore-
.io ie?"
'"You may try, Miss Sharply."
"Let mie see. I guess you are going
to tell me that you Intended leaving
the city."
"Good night, Miss Sharply."
"Good night, Mr. Boresome."--Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.

"Wealth has Its disadvantages," said
the philosopher.
"Yes," answered the man with sport-
ing inclinations. "It must be very tmo-
notonous for a man to be able to bet
$5,000 or $10,000 on a horse race with-
out hearing whether he loses it or not.",
-Washington Star.

A IIahit to Be Eincoiuraged.
Tlhc iotlher who hls acqm; ired the iah.
it of keeping on hand a hliottle of Chainm-

berlain's Cough Reinedy saves herself,
great amount of neaineiiess anl an.xiietv.
Coughs, colds and croup, to which **,l-
dr in are susceptible are quickly cinred hv
its use. It cour.teracts ano tendency of a
cold to result in pneumo(.i;i, and if given
as soon as the first symptom. of croup ap-
pear it will prevent the al tack. This tent-
edy contains nothing injurious and moth-
crs give it to little tnies with a feeling of
perfect security. Sold bly all medicine

Cleanses and beialuties the hair.
1'romotes a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to restore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
C.rces sctlp diseases & hair (tsiling.
50c,and $1.001&t Dr.gg

er 0i Zcul wUeather and blizzard iLn
tile land of hogs amnd ciI.
\V. i,,rbl'e has bo, glAt a tiVe-
a,'re tract of land, with a bay v Ioit,
just we.,t of E Moshet's place and
expects to build upon it in the near
in tre. He won't say whether or not
a helpmate will ocenupy it with
Geo. Kinney is at home again and
the J. P. Williams is ju:,t short <1
a Land.
Tlie juveniles here had a very nice
birthday party Saturday aftetinoon at
Mr. aind Mrs. C. T. Bailey's iii cele-
bration of Master Olen's eighth birth-
day. Oren is now making Ins home
with Mr. and Mrs. Grills at St. An-
drew. but came home for the party.
One of the juveniles was only 68 yearN
of ago.
Mr. Bates has his new boat nearly
:eady to skinm on the bosom of th9l
mighty deep.
E. Mosher has been quite busy
transferring property in and araurid
Millville tile past week.
Mr Laindgraf has moved to tihe
Bass place on the outside beach.
Aunt B tty Gainer (colored) had
her house blown down in the late
storm and most of her household goo:ls
dest royed.

Hunting for Trouble.
"I've lived in California 20 years, and
am still hunting for trouble in the way
of burns, sores, wounds, boils, cuts,
sprains, or a case of piles that Buck-
len's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure,"
writes Charles Walters, of Alleghany,
Sierra Co. No use huntingE, Mr. Wal-
ters; it cures every case, Guaranteed
at A. H. Brake's store 25c.

t 1101 It t. --.
(lo.d i t < :a !..?:". a T
"'Oh !; 'i'-a!'Xo, i-- .*c '. 2 ^ lU'.i ,

The t 'h li ':;'gf he h r'!"

it!:er. "aI hi- t the hore ha roc
; : I ; P o f 0 ; u p ." '. '
"'O'h. the hor.e d;,hl't tak the he l e :
\fr. N'ur.trlh did it alone."-Philadcl-
hi-: P'ress.

The 'nct,. .
The Cne--.' :'d you say this horse
lasni't ainy fault :im::-'. f:mult. The ( ue--But be ap-
*):'.rs to I;e hi;: ii h: is ;.i1-!? t eye. The
')tier-1- 'e'. th-Cr': not !,!, fiult; it's
aS mrisfortnner.-('hi'ago News.

Ilis Literary Dent.
"F;.th',r. v-' on I lonv'a school I n:n
zolng to follow my literary bent and
write for lj.oney.w
"HuAmph! My son, you ought to be
successful. That's all you've done
since you've been at school."


Real Estate Brooer,

St. Andrew, Fla.


Cough Remedy
The Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
"Whooping Cough.
This remedy Je famous for its cures over
a large part of the civ lzed world. It can
,; always be depended u2;)on. It. c opiIuin or other harmrivul drug anl rl;ay I)",
given as conflitently ito 1 baby as to ii ain.Iu
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts.

Happiness. In Marriage.
It all comes around to ouo of two
things. With all mam'irried cou plves who
differ in habit, in taste, in opinoTon, in
mode of life. if there Is to be any hap-
piness somebody has to learn to give
up or give up miniuding that there Is a
difference. Either way Is as good as
the other. It is surprising how many
things are not of any importan:;c if
ore can only think they are not.--lar-
per's Bazar.

"Do you expect to make a busine.;,
man out of your son?" asked an olh
"No, he's hopeless!" exclaimed the
father. "I gave him a $1,000 bill the
other day, and the first thing he did
was to put it under a microscope to see
what kind of germs it had on it."

"Bells of Shandon."
In one of the dormitories of the
Irish college at Rome there is a sp:w,.
on the wall left unpapered and un
painted, whatever repairs the rest i'
the room may undergo, for there, car,
lessly scrawled, is the first rough draf:
of Father Prout's "Bells of Shandon."

Studies teach not their own use-
that is, a wisdom without them and
above them won by observation.-Ba-i

Special Report to the buoy Secial i.u.ort to tei Buo.
J. B. Tavior uenlt i ot' to Miil- A%.,ticr c.,il way ,iiriflted down i
vile a iew at .)i ah o, uo buneirtlu flu '', u i ti sOw' ti, l t, 'i, L ltle ii llh thli
tlie Taylor beliciruer Co. laitir pit liie wt -k, a gentle utliiotl-

great caravan route that runs from
Biskra to Timbuktu. The third day
out we reached an oasis of date palms.
We got coffee at the baked mud cafe.
We. dined on red fish and gazelle
steak, and for an entree was served
this infernal liver. It was liver pow-
dered with bdif. Kiff is hasheesh. It is
male of hemp. andl it makes you
d"1uk. 'The Arabs mix it with their
tobacco, and they bread liver with It.
and they drop it in coffee. Thus they
eat, drink and smoke their klff. I ate
their kiff and imagined my arm to be
a mile long. I thought my foot as big
as a mountain. My voice, when I
spoke, sounded In my ears like the
ronr of a thousand thunders. In a
word. I was' kiff drunk, and it was
two days before I was fit to resume
my journey across the gold colored
""'ds." .0

Chlis. Blum
Jackso1 ville,

%Fe s




S J. II. A,,,ticv oul (,',utine >rtal,
Olio, whou with ihis father Came iiiee
itai itV yV ain tg',, anldl ilnvt ieli iIIn cIn-
sideinbie pro,,ity, and ei"gae-d ill
buiainceaa, but a. Lititcrda letl. and the
pr'i p r-ty m;as inet'..e't',l (tin l .. -'i for
t ,X .-, a g,,o I iiti ,y years .1g,, a'i|':i l
Ilei e a;nd is elildeavoi iug to C,,nI n -ii
ise with the tax title purchiaser.s, ai d
secure an equitable adjust ient of, iis
W.. F. Woodlord of' Fanmdale was
in St. Andrew ye.teiday and paid the
Buoy onei of those visits that contrib-
ute towards preve citing the wvilf frnm
invading the sanictniiry

S oiler Goose.
The most popular children's book
ever written was "Mother Goose's Mel-
odies." Mrs. Goose. or Mother Goose,
as she was familiarly called, was the
nio her-in-law of Thomas Fleet, a Bos-
toni printer early il the century. When
his first child was born his mother-in-
law devoted all her attention to the
baby and, it is said, greatly annoyed
Fleet by her persistent and not par-
ticularly musical chanting of the old
English ditties she had heard in her
childhood. The idea occurred to Fleet
of writing down these songs and pub-
lishing them In book form. The old-
est extant copy bears the date of 1719.
The price marked on the title page
was "two coppers." This account of
the origin of Mother Goose is discred-
ited by some critics, who declare that
in 1697 Perrault published "Contes de
ma Mere I'Oye," or "Stories of Mother
Goose." The name Mother Goose was
familiar In French folklore, being used
by writers of this literature over a cen-
tury before the time of Perrault.

The Fre.smiunn.
"Is Reggy Improving by his life In
"Oh, yes; he's already learned to toe
In with one foot!"-Detrolt Free Press.

After the joy which springs from.
right doing the purest and sweetest :s
that which is born of companionship
with spirits akin to our own.
Rising From tlie Grave.;
A prominent manufacturer, Win. A
Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C., relates a
most remarkable experience. He says:
"After Laking less than three bottles of
Electric Bitters, I feel like one rising
from the grave. My trouble is Biriht's
disease, in th' Diabetes stage. I fully
believe Electric Bitters will cure e c
permanently, for it has already stopped
the liver and bladder coirp!ications
which have troubled me for years."
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.. li;-ie 'g'ir living ju Chautauqua,
,. '., h 1 -e.'.ly- admiir'e
i-h.:, ;.. "- u4) ," U.in_(dl th .t le ,ou,3!
So.; 't r if i:e wgre w'lt :l:er s and
t yiout':;ful directness wrole and tolc
S' ie answered Lher b return"

Spri'n field, Ill.. Oct. 19, 18G0.
Croce EcKn:
;.4 Dear Iitt! I:'.3--our very agree-
-, l"tI-lr of thie 15th is received. 1 re
.'" t i}('i n--.::', ty cf s.yi-i"; I \:;:\-c 1mx ]
.h.cr. i he three sons--roe seven
n. c. t' nine and one" i:eveni years o
nI'. Tiey, with their mother, consti
'te m. wholt' fumnily. A, to the wtst .
', never h.a ing worn ;any. do you no
:.i p leo) would cell it a pi' o of sill)
Citation if I we-e to b'1gin it now
- our very sincere wellwisher,
Fvientl" on second, t"'oght he de
'i(ed to follow her advlcee. On hli
. to ,\-ishiniton his train stolp1ed
t t' t ~wn where sheJived. lie ask
s! S' were in the ,'r'w d u.-ithere.i
Lt the station to meet him. Of course
lho w>as, and willing hands forced' a
way for her through the mass of peo
pie. Wl en she reochiod thm" co:r Mr.
Lincoln stepped from the train, kissed
her and showed her tmat he had taken
her advice.-St. Nicholas.

The Arabs' Hasheesh.
"Intoxication from eating a dish of
liver was once my portion," said an
orientalist. "It happened in the Saha-
ra. I was spending the winter at El
Kantara. In February I made a car-
avan trip -over the desert along the


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Ages In the Animal KIngdom.
A great variance as to length of life
appears among different animals. Some
insects live for only a few hours, while'
lish, elephants and turtles are fre-
quently centenarians. The average
life of the mosquito is three days.
Toads usually live to the age of about
fifteen years, while carp have been
known to reach 150. Chickens live
from twelve to fifteen years, dogs to
the age of ten and occasionally fifteen
and parrots to extreme age. These
birds have been known to pass the
age of 200 years. Turtles are also fre-
quently centenarians, as are storks,
and elephants are said to reach the
age of 300 years. Whales have been
known to live for 400 years.

Postage Stamp..
The largest postage stamp ever Is-
sued was a five cent stamp of the
United States Intended for newspaper
postage. It was 4 by 2 inches in size.
Tfie smallest postage stamp, on the
other hand, was a twenty-five pfennig
stamp of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Is-
sued in 1856. It was one-fourth the
size of an ordinary postage stamp. In-
cidentally it has been calculated that
about 13,000 different kinds of postage
stamps have been issued by the vari-
ous countries of the earth.
A strange comedy and tragedy was
woven Into the lives of Ibsen and
Bjornson. As young men they were
great friends; then politics flung them
apart; they ,quarreled and never met
for years and years. Strange fate
brought the children of these two
great writers together, and BJoruson'?
daughter married Ibsen's only child.
The fathers met after a quarter of a
century of separation at the wedding
of their children.
Age and Vears.
The man of forty must not thlnk
himself old. He Is only beinn!ng real-
ly to live. A man's usefulness is gon'
only when he ceases to grow. Age is
not a matter of, increasing years so
much as of waning euthusiasm.-Mil-
waukee Journal.

Soap as a medicine.
"When I was a boy," said the old
man, "they often made me take a little
soap as a medicine. It did me good.
"Soap was prescribed i the village
for cramps, for sick headache, for ai
half dozen complaints. The people ad-
mitted that it was a nauseous dose, but
on the other hand they pointed to itQ
"When I was taken down my mother
would cut from the cake of yellow
soap in the kitchen a chunk about as
big as a chestnut.
'Now, sonny,' she would say, 'swal
vr this,' and she'd hold the yellow mor
sel in thumb and forefinger'close to m.t
"I'd beg'n to whimper. The, smell of
it and the idea of the lather that would
form in my mou th-the lather I'd have
to swaillw--wouid fill le with despair.
But my mother was Inexorable. 'With
.stiX lips I'd take the soup into my
mouth, I'd chew the s.ft and slippery
stuff a liitle 1and then, with a groam.
and a dreadful gu'p. I'd swallow It
"IHorrors!" said the old man, smiling
"I can st:1ll taste those doses of soap
that wre s;) common in the village in
my boyhood?.

J ewishi Thrift.
The Allgeienine Iundscau, Vienna.
in an article ou the .lJewish question
and ainti-SHeflit:smi, has this to say as
to .iewishl .thrift: "if we could only in-
:luce our own lower class to acquirE
1. 1 .e -'s thiit, I:s i;i;Iustry, hs sen.s
1. ord;e', 1h:-; scru piiuonei,^ exactitude. his
r.e'ig.ous l.yal;Ly anid love for li.s fvin-
ly the .Jew on hi darker side would
appear far le:s dangerous to them than
is at present the case. If one Sunday.
')y way of inte:'rsting experiment, one
,ere to conduct an inquiiry Into the
station, wealth anid religion of visitors
to the various public houses, the fol-
lowing result would transpire: A large



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In Effect April 14, 1901
No 4 No, 2 No. S No. I
12:35 n'n 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, Arr.ve 5:00 a.in. 4:00 p.m
2:22 p.m 1:02 a.m. Flomnaton, Leave 2:33 a in. t:30 "
4:22 2:55 Mobile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 "
8:25 7:30 New Orleans, 8:00 p.m. 9:30 am.

No. 2 No. 4 ,No. 1 No 3
11:05 p.m. 12:35 p. m. Leave Pcnsaoola Arrive 4:00 p.m. 5:00a.L.
i6:15 a,m. t.30 Arrive Montgomeay Leave 11:15 a.m. 9:35 p.m.
11:59 9,.- Birmingham 8:33 4:05 1
2:30 .:50 a m Loiisville 6:15 p.m. 2:45 a.m
7:20 1.. Cincinnati 6:00 ll1:15D.m.
7:20 p.m 1-30 p,m St. Louis 4:lc 8:55 "
No. 2; No ? No, 2 No. 22
Daily. Danly. Dalya Daily.
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12:15 n't :,, Bohemia. 10:37 ". 6:06 "
12:20 Yniestra. 10:34 6.01 *
12:23 7:18 ** Escambia. 10.2 5:57 *"
12:35 7:25 Mulat 10:23 5:45 *
12:39 7:28 Harp 10:21 *40 *
12*50 7:?5 Gait City 10:15 56:27 *
12:58 7:39 Miltou 10:10 5ji'l *
1:30 a. in .... Good Range .... 4:55
1:55 3:t5 Holt 9:35 4:3W *
2:20 8:30 Milliran 9:20 .4:j '
2;33 8:38 Crestview :13 4:04' -
3:00 8:56 Deer Land 8:55 3*34
3:23 9:10 Mossy Head 8:40 3:16 *
4:1l? 9:35 DeFuniak Sprinr-s 8:18 2:43 *
4-18 9:44 Argyle 7:44 2:31 "
4:4C 0:57 Ponce de Leon 7:29 213 "
5:00 10:10 Westville 7:17 1:5 -
5:08 ILJ5 Caryville 7.12 1:49
5:33 10:30 Boiifay 6:55 1:27
6:00 t 10:47 ChpIcy 6:37 '** 14
6:30 11:07 Cottondale f.i 12 -., -,
7:00 11:25 Marianna 6i:00 1.::,14
7:40 11:45 Cyprelts 4:38 1:4-" a. ml
7:50 11.42- "' Grand Ridge 5:32 11:2 "
7:5>8 12:02p'n Sneads 5:21 10:0 .
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number of the guests would be Chris-
tians who would do far better to save
than spend their money in alcoholic re-
freshments, gaming and tobacco. There
might be a few Jews, but at the most
they would content themselves with a
cup of coffee."
Walnuts In France.
In some parts of France walnuts
form a regular article of diet. The
peasants eat them with bread that has
oftentimes been rubbed with garlic.
The hygienic effects are considered
good, replacing meat to a large extent.
These nuts are also used to make oil.
It is much cheaper and similar In-taste
to that pressed from olives and Is em-
ployed to adulterate the latter. The
prisoners In certain prisons are en-
gaged in cracking walnuts and picking
out the kernels, which are pressed into
oil. ...

How EngIland Got the Gout.
)00 Strange effects have strange causes.
* 4j What gave most English families of
the upper class the gout was the treaty
- 1 that brought In the heavy wines of
F% i s Portugal, much too heavy for use in
Fla this climate.-Dr. Emil Reich.

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J'n. 7, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Mary M.
M. Ilasselborg of Parkar, Florida has
filed notice of her intention to make final
five-year proof in support of her claim,
viz: Homasieod Entry No. 31656, made
July 30, 1902, for the swl of w'I4 (sl.
of lot 4) section 19, townhin 4s, r. 13w.
and that sald proof will be made before
the clerk ot the circuit court at Vernon,
F7l. onFehb, 21, 1907.
She names the foil wing witnessed to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
A. R. Percival, Martin Davis, Etta
Fox andJ. P. Fox, ail of Parker, Fla.
H1IRav S. CHUBS, Register.

Jan 7, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Charles
T. Porter of St. Andrew, Fla., has filed
notice of his intention to make final
five-year proof in support of his claim.
viz: Homestead En ry No. 29523, made
Jan. 15, 1900, for the n0 of nwi, set of
nwswiof ne, setior n24. tp. Is r. 14w.
and that said proof will be made before
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Ver-
non, F a., on Feb. 21. 1907,
He.names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
G. Thos, Croom, F. B. Mashburn, J.
B. Brown and J, M._Porter, jr., all of
Benaett, Fla.
I HENRY S. CHUBB, t.wister.
WrEditor's fee Paid.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
,. Jan. 7, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that William
A Strickland of Ebro, Fle., has filed
notice of his intention to make final
five-year proof in support jof his claim,
viz: Homestead Ei.trv No. 30985, made
Au 2'1901, for the s of set and e3 ot
w, section 1, township Is, range 17w,
and that said proof will,,be made before
the Clerk of the Circuit C)urt at Ver-
n:n, Fla., on Feb. 20, 19(1,.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
tad cultivation of said lind, viz.:
A, Su gs, John Morrell, J, W. Col-
SInsworth and Henry Russ, all of Ebro,
Ila. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register,
6IEditor's fee paid.


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_ ...By FRED MEERS...
* --
Copiriht, 1906, by P. C. Eastment

"Close It up soon If you can," said
the manager. "We have put some of
our best men on the matter, but they
can tell us nothing. If we do not man-
age to locate the cause of these rob-
beries we might as well go out of busl-
"I'll do what I can," promised Dan-
vers, "but if Symes and Taylor have
given up the case I don't see where I
get off."
"Neither do I," admitted the man-
ager frankly, "except that you seem to
have fools' luck, and sometimes that is
better than good detective instinct."
Danvers bowed at the doubtful com-
pliment and took himself off. There
might be something In that luck the-
ory. Since going to work for the bur-
glary insurance people he had more
than*once stumbled against a clew
that developed into a conviction.
But this promised to be a harder case
than usual, and after he had inter-
viewed the watchmen who were on the

night job and the men who had been
working on the case it seemed hope-
The burglary insurance included the
services of a night watchman and a
burglar alarm system. Nothing seem-
ed to be the matter with either of
these, and. yet the block on Seaton
place had been repeatedly robbed.
Of late a special patrolman had been
assigned to the block, and all night
long he had tramped from one end of
the short street to the other. Seaton
place was only a block long, a fash-
ionable residence block that offered
rich returns to the men who bad sys-
tematically looted the houses.
None had seen them go in or out,
though strict watch had been kept.
Once they had even placed a man In
each back yard to make certain that
no one could enter through the rear,
and yet during that week of special
precaution three of the houses had
been robbed.
The owners were of the ultra Eng-
lish set, who seldom came to town
from their country places until after
the opera season set in, and already
the company stood to lose the better
part of its capital in paying off its
Danvers. looking about for a coign of
vantage, hit upon a theatrical boarding
house at the rear of the block. Here he
obtained a rear room. and for several
nights he kept vigil. The' moon was in
its last quarter, and it was not always
easy to keep watch, but he sat peering
Into the dusk, lo,:king t) see some one
junimp thle Ie of fences a'Mi. attack the
frmtrses from the rear. That entrance
was effected from the rear lie was cer-
tain. 1ecaunse the watch from the front
was too strict to be evado d.
It was the fifth nighi't that, h. ppcning
to look up, he perceived a shadow
crossing the sky line of the houses. IHe
rubbed his eyes that were drooplnie
with sleep. buit lie still saw the shadow
advancing toward the opposite roof.
"They can't Ihrve a flying in machine."
he muttered to, himself. *'If th"y have
it's no wonder the boys couldn't locate
them. I guess I'll go up on the roof
and have a better look."
lIe stole out of the room and up the
stairs to the roof. The trap was left
open In pleasant weather to ventilate
the stuffy h-i:lln. an:l a Ihe climbed
softly through the scuttle lore lie al-
most lost hIs balance.
Standing bn the edge of the roof was
a second man, and even as Danvers
looked he stepped out over the edge of
the roof and-glided toward the opposite
There was a third figure, a woman's.
and Danvers waited a moment to see
if she, too. would essay walking upon
the air, but she made no effort to fol-
low her companion's example, and at
!ast the detective slipped through the
)penlng and crept softly behind her.
With a bound he was upon her and1
had clapped his band over her mouth
before she could make outcry. Ever
in the dim light he could recognize her
as one of a trio of acrobats he bad no
ticed at the tables. More than one<
,e had sought to attract her attention
or she was a remarkably pretty girl
ut the two men with her resented
-ven a look and kept such close guar,
river her that there h-id bhen no channc,
o make her acqiuaintanice.
"What are you up to?" he demanded
Inghly "1 am a detective."
"They thought you were." she gasp-
I as he raised his hand to permit her
raply. "Don't let them catch me,
;il you? They have gone to rob the
"But how?" he asked curiously.


delighted and made known Professoi
I)raper's success to the scientific met
of Europe. He also sent Professor
Draper a letter of acknowledgment'
and congratulation, which has been
carefully preserved in the archives of
the Draper family.

Testing Eggs For Freshness.
Dissolve two ounces of salt in a pin
of water and then place the egg to bi
tested in this liquid. A new laid egg
will at once sink to the bottom; an egg
three days old will remain suspended<
about midway, and an egg that is fivi
days old or more will float on the tol
of the solution. The vacuum in thu
shell Is the explanation of the varying
actions of the egg. The larger it be
comes owing to the evaporation of th
ron'euts through the shell the morn
easily the egg floats.

Twio Sides to It.
"Look at this, will you?" exclaimed
the real estate and house renting opti-
mist. "In this paper there is a record
of eighty-seven marriage licenses is-
sued yesterday."
"Well, what of it?" said his partner,
the pessimist of the firm, who was lean-
ing back In a chair with his hat pulled
down over his eyes.
"What of it?" echoed the other.
"Can't you see? Those eighty-seven
marriage licenses mean eighty-seven
marriages. The eighty-seven marriages
will lead to eighty-seven Inquiries for
houses, fiats or at least eligible apart-
nments. It's bound to stimulate business
In our line, and we'll get our share."
"That doesn't follow at all. Those
eighty-seven licenses represent 174 per.
sons, don't they?"
"Probably all adults?"
"Undoubtedly. What of it?"
"Nothing," growled the pessimist,
"except that 174 persons who have
hitherto occupied 174 apartments will
hereafter occupy eighty-seven. You
give me a pain. Go away."


"Thoeyused6 to be wie walkers," sbe
explained, "but they tried tumia-iag
afterward. They are walking on the
telegraph wires."
"They won't hold up." he scoffed.
"Yes, they will." she persisted. "Over
here they have fastened them, and they
are strong on the other side. It's easier
to walk on a slack wire than on a tight
one, you know. This gives just the
right sag."
"But how do they bring the stuff
back?" he persisted.
"Wait and you will see," she cau-
Danvers slipped behind a chimney.
and presently the pair returned, push-
ing before them a wheelbarrow with a
grooved wheel. One of them carried a
Japanese umbrella painted black, with
which he preserved their balance while
the other pushed. They dumped their
load on the roof and turned back.
When they had disappeared down onc
of the scuttles on the other side Dan
vers stepped out again.
"How long have you been with these
men?" he demanded. "You don't look
like their sort."
"They were with a circus," she ex-
plained. "I ran away with Jim; that's
the smaller one. lie watches me so
that I do not have a chance to get
away from him."
"Is this a regular trick?" he de-
manded. She shook her head.
"Business is bad this year. The boys
can't get work. They were fooling one
night on the roof and found that the
wire was strong enough to bear them.
They used to carry me in the wheel
harrow in the show, and they got the
idea of robbing the houses. They cut
the alarin wire and can come and go
as they please. When the men were
watching they walked right over their
heads." 4
"I'd like to get after them," he said.
'I could drive them down to the street
where the watchman is."
"If you won't tell I'll take you," she
volunteered. "Don't be afraid. I can
do it."
She caught up another parasol from
the roof and spread it. "Ride picka-
back." she commanded.
Danvers put his arms about her
shoulders and raised his feet clear.
Slowly she adjusted her weight' to the
wire and began to make her way
across. Somewhere he had read that It
would not do to look down, so he shut
his eyes and hung on. '
Once or twice the girl seemed to lose
her balance and for a moment worked
the parasol violently while she regain-
ed It. Then she pressed on again, and
at last, with a sigh, she stepped off the
wire, and Danvers opened his eyes.
They were on the farther side, and
just beyond was the open scuttle.
"Let me go back," pleaded the girl.
"They must not know that I helped you
or they would kill me when you got
out. You must never tell how you
-made the trip. Pretend that you saw
them and climbed a fire escape. I am
going to be gone by the time you get
back to the house."
"But how can I reward you?" he
She threw a glance at him. *
"I can get a divorce If Jim is con-
victed. My freedom is a rich reward."
She kissed her hand to him in imita-
tion of the circus ring, and he watched
with admiration as her lithe figure
sped across the open. Then he dropped
through the scuttle.
"Bull luck, I suppose," laughed the
manager when Danvers reported the
next morning.
"Just that," assented Danvers," "bull
luck-and a woman."
But he would not explain the latter
part, and the manager imagined it tc
be the girl he married on the strength
of his increased pay.

The First Photography.
It was in 1842 that John Draper
then a professor in the University ol
New York, made the first portrait pho
'tograph. The subject was Elizabett
Draper, hia sister. Professor Drapei
had the idea that in order to product
distinct facial outlines in photograph
it would be necessary to cover th
countenance of the person photograph
ed with flour. This seems a strange<
notion now, and It proved not to be
good one then, for all of Professol
Draper's early attempts were failures
i Finally lie left off the flour and their
,was quite successful. This so delight
ed him that he-sent the picture to Sli
William Herschel, the eminent Englist
astronomer. Sir William was In tun

uary in e:-ch year.
the cashier shall be e
of director- on the second Tuesday in
January of each year.
Article V.
Until the officers elected at the first
election shall be qualified, the business of
the corporation shall be conducted by J.
H. Drummond as President, and F. Bul-
lock as cashier; ;and J. H. Drummond, F.
Bullock, J. J. Trousdale, L. M. Ware, W.
E. Mu'this, and W. H. Milton as Direct-
Article \VI.
The iinmount of the highest indibtedness
oP liability to which the corporation shall
at any time: subject itself, shall be the
suni of Fitteen Thousand Dollars. except .
oti account of demands of the nature tol-
1-Money deposited with or collected
by the corporation.

2-Bills of uxehange or drafts drawn
against money onI deposit to the credit of
the corporalien or due thereto.
3-Liabilitv to the stockholders for
dividends and rese--vcd profits.
Article VII. a
The subscribers to this charter are as
J. H. Drumnin ;nd, who resides in St.
Andrcw, Florida. and who subscril es for
ten (10) shares of soek;
J.J, Trcusdiale, who resides in St. An-
drew, and who subscribes for ten (10)
shar-eg of stock;
L,. .M. W.re, who resides in 'St. Aun-
drew, and who aubseribes for ten (10)
shares of.stock:
W, H. Milton, who resides in Marian-
na,and who subscribes for twenty (20)
shares of stock, and
W. E. Mathis, who -rasides in Peusaco-
la Florida and who subscribes for tliir-
ty-five (35) shares of stock
,, H. Drummond,
Josenh J. Trousdale.
L. M. Ware.
W. II Milton.
W E. Mathis.
S 'f rlorida. t
Washingron Countyv Thlis day person-
ally appeared before me a Notary Pub-
lic in and for the state of Floridu at
large, J. H. Drumniond, Joseph J. Trous-
dale, L. M. Ware. W. H."Milton, and W.
E. Ma his, who, each for themselves ac
knowlcdged to me thit he signed the
foregoing proposed charter of the Bank
of St. Andrew.
In witness whereof. I have herunto set
,-.- my hand and seal this 7th day
SSoil. of August. 19116.
.- W'. A EMMCNS,
N"tary Public State of Florida at

ily comnmiss ion exuires Nov. 3. 1907.

Keep the Armholes Down.
It is strange that not one person In
a thousand knows how to help amanl
on with his coat or a lady with her
Jacket. They all make the mistake" of
holding the garment to') high, espeelal-
ly the last sleeve. They lift it so- that
a man nearly dislocates his arm reach
Ing for it. The more futil~ y h,., grabs
and claws an 1 liurch-es for it the higher
they hold it unt:l the wretched victim
would have to get on a pair of stilt
to find the armholo. The proper way.,
Why, hold the coat,so that the armw
holes are as low down as the nmn',-
waist, taking care to keep the skirt o0
the garment off the floor, of course. I1
there is any struggle to find the last
armhole, drop it still lower. Never
raise It. Drop it until his hand slips
Into it naturimlly.

Suibtitutes For Tea.
English cottagers have to use the
leaves of shrubs and herbs for tea
such as the black currant. Our Penn
sylvania mountaineers use th? Solidag,"
odorata for tea, instead of the costly
China tea. Solidago odorato is a varie
ty of the familiar goldenrod. In iLoui-
siana it is laregly used by the French
population of the remote districts.
Checkerberry or teaberry (Gaultheria
repens) Is a little spicy plant also used.
for tea.

The "Rote of the Waves."
It Is a favorite theory with the fish
Ing and seafaring people on the north-
east of Scotland that In a storm three
waves are strong and violent, while
the fourth is comparatively weak and
less dangerous. This succession they
call a "rote of waves." Fishermen re-
turnIng from their fishing ground often
prove by experience the truth of their
theory and hang back as they come
near the shore to take advantage of
the lull that follows, say. pretty reg
ularly after three big breakers.

Is hereby given that application w il(ie
made to the Governor of the State 'of
Florida on the 15tli day otf 'elhrm ary, A.1.
11J117, or as soon thereafter as practical l ,
for letters patent incor porating us anid
our associates aind successors under a
Charter, a copy of which application ,and
proposed charter is as follows:
we, the undersigned, do hereby inake ap-
plicatlion totr letters patent incorpora irng
the BANK OF ST. ANDREW. in ac-
cordance aitc tIhe laws of Flo:ida under
thle following charter:
Article 1.
The name of the corporation call be
the HANK OF ST. ANDREW, the place
of its business, and where its chief. of-
elations are to be carried on, is in the
city of St. Andrew, county of Washing-
toin and State of Florida.
Article 11.
The nature of tihe inusiireAs of this cor-
poration shall be a *'General Bankitig
Business." discounting and negotiating
promissory notes, drafts., bills ot ex-
chit nge and other evidences of indebte,,-
ness, receiving deposits, buying and seil-
ing exchange, coin and bullion, loili, g
money o'n personal and real security, a, d
purchasing, holding and cor.veying re: I
estate as authorized 6vy law, lid aniy IsI h
other buFiness usually conducted iii
-'General Banking Businus-," ,r .uch awt
is authorized .by the Comnmonwealth ot
Article .III.
The capital stock of this corporationn
LAKS,($15,000),divided into one hundred
and filty shares of the par valuc of One
Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per hare;
50 per cent. cash. and the balance to lie
paid 10 per cent. per n1o th until fully
Article IV
The term for which the corporation
shall exist shall lie a period ot nini.-
nilte years from and after the dateA hi, t
is authorized to begin business. T' e
business of the corporation snall lie maiin-
aged and conducted by a president . t -
ier and board of directors and such t,hl r
officers and employes as ,ay i e ipsi-l:, -
ed by tle stockholders or board o vc -
rectors, as provided b ithe e
board of directors s bh
number as may lie d mini e
stockholders, not les .,ai: 1
he elected on the four -

!y and eImp'ticatl" n-vve'edt. "-Lor
Stanley, madam, is time sc.-on.I best."

II sty (co;cllslOi. I
Tomnmy ti-i seil a moment in th'
work of 'emo!itirn.
"This is angel cake, all right," I
"ITowv (". yonu know ?" a -kd J.oh'nny
"IT''- f-urd a fe:ither in it."-Clhica
go Tribune.

There are about 1S, in8hal) d Briti8s
isles, of which Scotland claims ove

Al Which Age?
An amusi g discussing recently took
place between an artist and an author
as to which period of her life a
woman was the most fa.cinatin"g. Ac-
cordin: t Ii" artist a womai should
not be painted between the ages of
twenty-five an:l forty, as she was In
the greatest transition period of her
il'fe. The au'ih)r, on the other hand,
'ecla-re th..t she i at the he!Mht of
her fascination and 'eau'ty between
the ageg of thirty and forly. T'Vic ques-
tion is still m nettle '.-Bre:nen Zeitung.

Sea gn--'zes..
Sea snakes are very pimnt ifu! in their
south h Pacific. Tlmevy are wie!'.y di stri'b-
ated, stray indlvi(,inal7 ha-vi:ni been sP
cured on the c.at of New Zealand.
When swim:nminG c'oe!c 0 te' sS-rface
th'y exactly re.sonn,! L in ordina'vy
-ziiake, except that the li':i:' qis alwvay-
holow water. At niiht th-ty co'm
shore and lIe among t' : i ,:s. They
Peed on fish aud. altlou b their snmal!
double fangsN appear harmlo':s. thie, are
reported to be very Ven nri ,

Clean Yo'rn;_ T.en.
There are plenty o: bl:r't yonm meni
:n the country v,-hs h e : i: 1 m.'e no
')ee;i soi el by thi dirt o lAtter dai
politicss It will 'be, a o : lhin fo
the state and for the m:n'.;io:; to havy
them coine for-ward amid tale naa ctivn
part in public a.airs. It will be :
good thing for any party that recog
ni'es them and gives them pro:'er en
coura gemcnt.-Kuxvtille Journal an.,
A Hotel Experience.
One fashionable hotel on Fifth av
ine refuses to give ;,ny receipt f.
jewelry deposited in its safe or hol
Itself responsible for a greater ainout
hr'n .<\20. Its explanation of t'l- rul
is based on an expe. i.ee -lich seem
excuse enough. Two guests of th(
hotel kept their valuables n:di, money
In the safe. They left t:. en the
when they went abroad, somi.e linms t
stay for six months. Once thie wift
came back alone and drew out all th(-
money and valualble-;. A7 she had of
ten done so before the (clerks gave the
box to her as a inattcr of course. I1
was not until her husband bad return
ed and wanted the simoe v:nlluables that
the hotel knew of their divorce. The
husband brought suit nm'l r','-ov'e'
all he cl:'imed. Since that result of it,
confidence in its guests the hotel ha.
limited it-; responslb;lity to $250.-Nenw
York Sun.
A Chclet'rn Belt.
"The cholera belt." said a pale Anglo-
Indian. "is not an imiaginary sirdle,
like your pIo bcl't, bt aI ral girdle,
which every foreign resident of Indin
wears day and night. In winter the
be:t Is made of heavy wool. Inm th,
summer it Is made of light wool. It I-
never taken off. Even when you are
sleeping In a temperature of 105 de-
greoa, tossing and moaning and per-
spiring, despite? the punkah that fans
you from above, you still keep on your
cholera belt, no matter what else you
shed. Every Anglo-Indian has a couple
of dozen cholera belts. They are said
to prevent chlrolera, and I have no doubt
they do so. At any rate, I never heard
of any wearer of a cholera belt whom
cholera ever seized upon."

The Light That Failed.
It was by an accident that Mr. Kip-
fling got his famous title, "The Light
That Failed." He had almost decided
to call-the novel "The Failure," al-
though he was dissatisfied with this.
One evening as he was sitting in his
study reading by lamplight the light
went suddenly down-almost failed, in
fact. In a second Kipling jumped up,
exclaiming' excitedly, "By Jove, I've
got it'" Pointing to the lamp, he said,
"The Light' That Failed)'."-London

A Quotation.
A correspondent wrote to a newspa-
per to ask the author of this couplet:
How much the fool who has been sent to
Excels the fool who has been kept at
He had barely written when he an-
swered his own query, having found
the source of the lines and how he had
misquoted them. They are from Cow-
per's "Progress of Error" and read:
How much a dunce that hath been sent
to roam
Excels a dunce that hath been kept at
We are not sure but that, as is fre-
quently the case with misquotations,
the popular version is better than the
poet's.-New York Tribune.

Brains of Great Men.
Brains of great men vary very much.
It is found that men of encyclopedic
mind Inve large and heavy brains-
Gladstone had to wear a very big hat-
with an enormous bed of gray matter
and numerous convolution ;. On the
other land, Imen whose genius is con-
centrated upon one line of t',ought ar?
of small brain and, coieqmu:oItly have
small heads. Newton, Byron and
Cromwell were In this clas:.-KImsa'.
City Journrl.

lntchlkey as a Source of Trouble.
Ever since some mneo< anic.lly inclin-
ed person, with an almnoct dIabolic-al in-
stinct for making mischief, inventel i
form of spring lock which can l;e opaen
ed on the inside by a kno'i ;iawl on tL",
outside only by a key there La- i beC2
trouble. The latchkey from the fir:
has 1;een a doinestie storm center. Il
has divided family e!rcles and eve"
broken up homes.-London Telegraph.
The Be.-t.
There Is a le.end., s'vys anl Endt!I
wr.ter. to the effoct tIhnt after' Lor
Stanley came int) the hi)u e of peor
a I:IOy somewhat indie -e.'t ly a-ke
LTo-d Broughpm at a dinner party wh,,
was the best speaker in t'le house of
lords -mwl that Lord BrT,-i':!'mii nronimpt




Thi is the latest, atli mit ,op'
Hand low for working plants in thi. par(im
ssel t-ad(justable; the weight thI t ,,"
which the blade is attached keeps', i' -
ground, and the depth of plowing is ret.i'.
by lifting thie handles A boy fw gir'
years can handle it with perfect ease.
24-inch steel wheel, the height of which n.,
the plow light of draft. It has five blade!*
a t tuning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper wet
br lade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. WV.-
S with each plow.
L e We have made arrati.--. ,
which -e ean furnish this
-. the actory price, ,.3.7;

- .. T..i sa5: =%~.r~tC~----

reight to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, "
$4.50. But the BroY proposes to do better the.
one vear and furnish one of these piows conimpi, ,
purchaser to pay freight
The ilow may be seen in operation at th:- rd
Order from the BUOY direct.

P lh* oAunre guaranteed If you use
PILES suppos0Io
D. Matt. Thompson, Sup't
Graded Schools, StatetviIle, N. C., writes: "I can say
they do al lvo tiaim for them." Dr. S. 1, Devore,
Raven Rk, W, Va., writes; They give uir ", -1lir.
fatlo." Dr. H. D. McGill, Clarksburg, 'I ,L r- .- n
"In a practice of 23 years, I have foad n. r .... '
equal yours.;- Paes, 60 CKTa. Sanip: r- -

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

faution unranteed or Money efunr.-
for $1.00 per box. Wll eil t&em .'.
wben relieved. Samples i re. e .
have .v*'p Sm,'].I y d^ r ,,, "i,-e

wold in St. Andrew's 2 ,


We are the Linrgest Mai: OrderV~hF'.i: "-YFiriesir.. -
LO10All the Carolna Lnd ",--L 'II ii~i
Is good~t. I.'
p~r,iethere w 1,311 ul rIfr I
c4~per' ~ ~ .1 al ar. A.-
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No Excuses Accepted.
French othelalts aire Saum to re par-
ticularly strict in their discipline of
tourists. A lately returned traveler
tells s;eoeral more or less apocryphal
stories to illustrate the state of affairs.
An American lost his footing, slipped
down an embankment and fell into a
dripping, up the en)ilanknient to the
footpath he was confronted by an
arm of the law.
"Your name? Your address?" de-
manded this uncompromising person,
notebook in hand.
"But I fell," began the astonished
American. "I only"-
The man waved his arm. "It is for-

bidden to bathe in this lake," he said
firmly. "I am not here to listen to
extenuating circumstances."
Plants That Take Pills.
A very large and sturdy orange tree
was growing iu a small pot. "if that
tree," said the florist, "didn't take pills
it would require a pot as big as a
bathtub to grow in. But it takes pills
like a hypochondriac. Chemists, agri-
cultural experts. make plant pills-
pills no bigger than chestnuts that con-
!ain sustcllnCae for six lmon'hs., a kind
of tabloid food. These chemists an-
ailyze a plant's msh a:mnd make pills of
the constituent salts. Thie piill, in-
closed in a nietal c-ve'.", are buried in
the earth at the pl:i;it's r:):)ts (ld the
salts porasldu-ily (.i-;l-l a;ind diffuse
through tie 'oetal,. ;' iing th:i plants
lay by day th' su ten-t:vice that they
require. Fills are at:slo applied to weak,
sickly plants, which they he;i, wonder-
tully ."

The Second r. -
Lady Doroli. .
the second Duk'e o:'
very clever and witn;,
dolence or pride pre
lag part la poi) 1)0' .
He certainly ". '

ners and dress.,
old soft felt hat
the sort know; v
cape of black <
bined with his l .
figure of a very
trick kind." One .
Lady Dorothy N e :, -
Crystal palace to s(.
donkeys, and whe
would insist on
iuclosure reser*- .
Dorothy told him i 1.
ed out and left i
official approac:ne.
I ask, are you a .j
what?" thund(e : e
keys," came the
am and (looki.:
very good one too.
The man slunk ,.
there was more wl' s-e
tlon among the officials. B': -
Intruder was recognized vy so
and with many bows ao, ain iii
Duke of Wellington was i ,
become a judge, to whicn ',
with much chuckling.-Satur,'

Wasted Advice.
A beauty adviser says, "For
eyes make an Infusion of"- Oh.
Eveyy girl knows how to make t.
eyes without advice from any speciu-
ists.-Minneaiolis Tribune.





Fresh and of Guaranteed Puri t

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrew,
Surrounding Country.
May be %roud at his residence on Bueiin- Vista aveine at iig;t



Corner of Bayview and Wyomina Avenues cn Bay ;

Glassware. Tinware and Notice-,
What you can' ,find at any other Store, come to the R A C
S T O R E a nd get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Dav
Hilllli1: ,,I Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts. ~- Cup of Tea, 5 Cts. ,.rIItll i;::.

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties
I. GODARD, :r.p., l.-

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