Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 21, 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: VID00257
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREW, FLA.. FEB. 21, 1907.

NO. 9.


U. ':. 'iator--1st district. 8. R. Mal-
,.r' } ense.'t.; 2d District, J. P.
'''.8':; o..;' ne r.tL 'avlle.
F..r ..-.-ntatives-lat Distrlet, S. M.
Gpark.nan, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d Da3trict,
'7. B. Lamar. Tallahassee.
i.,' .v -- -.-egsier. G. Robin-
;. :. =. :.v I. ii Chubb. GaineL-

Et te-Governor, N. B. Broward; See-
rctary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis: Comptroller, A. J. "room.
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er o! Agriculture, B. E. McULn. .
1:a'e Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
47 e.':) ii.ton County-Representative,
'. La- ,tBe'-, V non. County Judge,
.J. R WVlls; Clerk of Court, .CQontY
Clork Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
.;q', .3heriff. C. G. Allen, Ver-
,=: l.Epuwy, C. H., Danford; Tax
t.-NAr \V. B Gdner. Econfina;
Treasurer, H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J. J. Williams Chip-
)by ; County Superintendent, B.
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
gioners, First District, BEe Brooke;
Second District. Levi Yates;
Ttird Distric S.L Dav is; Fourth Dis-
trict, P. N. Autch son; Fifth District.
W. 1. Singletary-Justice of the.
Face, .joli, .turrock; Notaries, W.
A. Emlmons, A. It. Brake.
School lDre tor-a, G. W. 8urbcr, Sr.,
p. 4. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadle H. Ware.
Pan. a : a City -Postmnaster, Tayi!or
inlviie-Postmaster, Henry Bovis.
Constable, H. Dafln. b
Parker--P...alu IL-tir .t d Notery Publ ,
W. H. Parker'.
allaway- t t Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allautou-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
AthlI. ,0,t 1 --',,t ^asr, r. XV. A ofer-
WsL Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Iolley.
';ay--'ostmiist V s, Mrs. 1. Gay .
S, kins Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
tla^Sad-d- 3,ttLcr. 0. C. TomKnp s.
,j.-*'Cstnuaster, J. J Fowler.
V\ etap _o- P-I ..' Ii r--.". Mrs. Dyer.
M.ic.ee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

Si hmru C-.'sntty Cromanton-o'ostmas-
r 'iN. t-a lHoskins.
S:'itil.. d.:---ostmaster, W. F. Wood-

.H.E .Iil., I
S. ncittherai iailis, via, AutdersoMf,
fGay, Bay HIc d .t.i (Chi,.'y departs
(very day t.',i t ;, n.i,.y at 3:00
o oxk a. ;s.. drji- ives every day ex-
,,,r ,S ] L ,> .t 7 1 p. 'Ui.
.".t.- t ,i :'....i .*',-r ll li ,n, :,I i ville,
lu niilJi l' 'r, l'ittts'.:url, <4.:o k.
S .;: i :i l d Irl ',e\-t ii)io lea ve St..
1 *'.-,r.\y m oiu. etg .xc. pt S'UU
5 .3n c '-lo'L, ;, "i i> r .'uni',
..,'s t i t*'J i i p. .
S1:1.1; lkOt'S.
*,., t' r \W.o ing ave. front-
u1 l'ari:. t'. ',*:vis at 11 a. m. tnud
*.,; ). Iii. Sunday School every Sult
:,iy 'I j am. lc C. L. Joyuner,
.',tuodi!. Episcopa!l-Church Wasr-
0ugto aive. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. F Winemn;: n, ,ir.
,e)sbyvtt'riatui-Churchi coru'ner Lorain
Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
at 9:30a. in. every Sunday, John
Stur ock. Supt.
r:,tholic---( lit li corner W -'itIl ng
.\ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. i42
y F. & A-. :L.
':-\ lRegular (Conituai-
cationls on the firet
atd thit d Saturday
in each month.
S Tt Visiting Brothers
D. W. NIXON.Secretarv


Pi'l.lie for the State at Large; has
jurisdititou to administer oaths, take
attidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ueute, ete., anywhere in Florida.
S;pe..il attention given to land con-
tvyantme.i and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Otfice st the Buoy Office, St. Andrewa

Notary Public for State at large. Of
flse at Store, corner of Loraineave-
filu and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited *and given prompt at-
t ..tion.
physiciann and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Audrews and vicinity. Residence on
A Buena Vista avenue.

Homoeapathic Physician and
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug


No:nry Putiic for the State of Flor-
ida at Large. Office at Parker. Fla.
CO-.v-eyaa iug and payment of tazes
for non-residents, specialties.

Teeth of Chambermaids.
Have you ever noticed that every
chambermaid who has been taking
v'.ire of the hay and feathers for a
number of years is usually devoid of a
few teeth of the upper "case?" Vet-
eran cha(bobermaids can seldom show
a full set of upper teeth. The absence
of the ivories Is explained as follows
by a downtown dentist: "The teeth of
the maids which I replace with arti-
ficial ones are pillowcase teeth. They
are constantly used in putting on pil-
iowcase.s and are not strong enough to
stand the strain. Their work is a con-
stant wear and tear on the teeth."-
PIttsburg Dispatch.

D EHSILBUP EVERY THU RSDAY square ma-- .f e..ni, of which a large nate imm Man. Alden and her cowerk-

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3, 19 "f, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as secon.. class matter, under
Act of Coagrrss of March 3. 1879.


Display ad. rates, 60c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2ic each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has expired andi that two
or three extra numbers will oe tent
you that no break mry occur should
you choose to renew.

'hie Fl rid la Piess A Ksociati,,n will
hoid its aiinnual meioeting in Key West,
commencing Thursday, March 7. It
promises to be a record-breaking in
otresting event.


Oi, th.e 12th iist., Judge James
W. Locke, in accordance with the
decision of the supreme cotrt of the
United States, made a final decree in
the ease cf Theodlore Dalcour and
other, heirs of. John Forbeq atid
Fannie vV. J. Iti.L rarity an(d othere.
hiriH of Johi'. Inner;ri ty. vs. the
United states, by which thie title to
three n'illion acres of ian', mostly inl
Washington an t Calhoun countio"
was involved, and tlie petition of thli

Co m;ldpalilatlts ia dins isedil.
'' decree endst forever the contro-
versy which has bee:: cumrbeiiiig tie,
c,'.trts for years i ver this body of
laid and remove- all obstacles to the
cotilicto 'fW .e"-i' by thel U,,ited
States of iie Itt n i' i' u lve i t.,

portion has been workedd out, has 40,- ern at head!quaters., lie einou-,'ragel an i
000 000 people crowded into an area alde'l.
equal to that ot less than half nt Local work, each me'rIer or hbr-sch
Tlexas. can select for themselves.
Oin the other hand. look at the General state work is, of universal
South, with the world's cotton trade benefi' and interest.

in its absolute dnminiation, with 62,*
000 Nq'isie miles of virgin coal fields,
with iron ore anffit'ient to duplicate
for years to come the whole iron aind
steel trade of all Enrope, with almost
limitless soil capabilities already
pri. ducinig over 800,000,000 bushels
of grain a year and several hundred
million diollari' worth of diversified

'arm proicts. abtl to-prod(ee food-
stuffs for hundreds of millions, able to
clothe the world, able to do more man-
ufacturing than that of the whole
country today, with millions of avail-
able %water-power, 500,000 horse-pow-
er for electrical transmission being
already under development, and when

Chil-lden interest ,u- all, and there
is no more noble work than that cf
the Florida Chlilirei.'s Home Society,
whose smiperintundent i well know
in all parts of the state.
Interest now centers in a Tempo-
rarO Receiving Home juim rented in
Jicksmotville for tihe waml- in trann,,t.
1831 Wamniboli' mtrt. FaiIfieli,
Jacks.,nville, -FIti -
Mis. beaton wants a Sunshine
r',omi fitted up by Flhrida Sunshiners.
She has selected a large, sunny room
with two south windows. This is t
be a living room for aunahiny children
Chairs and rockers for little folks, of
al! ages, hooks, toevi, blocks, pictures,

vou have catalogued these vou have kindtergarten chairs, materialn and

mentioned only a few of the South's
strong points.-Manufacturers' Re-
cord, Feb. 7.

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,
Pas it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the :eed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer.
('olors-Yellow ani White
State color-Deep Orange.
Sone-"Scatter Sunshine "

many things will suggest themselves
to all lovers of children, to those es-
pecially who have childless homes to
b, filled, perhaps, by these very little
Sunshine children, the t hoightfu.l-
nets has helped to transform into
beaulilul snatbeams. Snishine has all
provinces for its own. Our many
cotrespondents all over the state know
that its interests never cease, that
they grow and increase so that once
one has started upon the tide of its
flowing stream, its philanthropies fill
hours and hearts with beautiful
th do, resulting in bless.editmss and j.,y.

Eugene Fietif sad of countenance
and ready of tongue, strayed into a
Denver resteraunt and seated hiu.-elf

.. at a table. To him there came a swift
The Sunshine Bul'etin, published and vol nibloe waiter w;o said, "Coffee,

monthly at heailqudiarers corntains all

S. -- -.- .*.--.-- --- --- -- -. .p. -. ---,--.- ,-
th m, em, i notic> co nce whi-i mniton-cliop-fliifh-ballii-hash-deanK,"
thc w.ork< of the socitC'i; the acconntK (.
111^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n mu>ch iin .*^i ', 1 ,more Io te il a m ufr 1.1 ISe

it I. ,,.." i jih t,'1 'I.. th!E U ,ite ,O (f board .:'.: ,,i ,",--- m eetings,- the Fil. l o kei at him i,, ain s ,l. t n .
Fie- looke04 at hin ln-g an8 -11-emn-

er's~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~tl 0r.i n ', i' ~o u .'1

the reports of vy. ,, a e v ech i. ,i. at .at re ied-: --Oh, friend, I

-acquired, by th e decree. T"hiq h,' ,- of work acc p tipsbet or- proposedd.
evur, would seem to [resent a gigan- ''he price is 50 cents a ye"'r, and iAt
tic turiertaking, for the reason that no way can one lerin of such beanti-
a latea perc nt-ige of thla land Las fil oppoitunities of blessing mankind
been dee led to .etletrs .under ti than thi-oughl it pages.

hoi o'aleaId laws, an'id these would

As time gos onn we trust these

have to be repurchased by the go'j- cunimus will unfold to all the state
ernIenit or the retohve wouM be cut the spirit of our society and subserip-
up ito small and detached divisions. tons to the Bulletin,tomai all over the

\Whatever else theo nezt legislature
does it should amend the present
road law by repealing it entirely and
enacting a new one that would be
more in keeping with m odern ideas
and modern methods. T'ihe present
otle is such hodge-podge patchwork
ot amendment and contradictions
that those who work the raada at all
do so from i sense of public duty.
Any sort of a lawyer at all can get
almost a'lyoue off from a charge as
road defaulter. Another thing that
should be kept in mind is a provision
that will require the floating popula-
tion that drifts from one tuipentine
still to another to do the share of this
work that now properly belongs to
them. As it is they pay nio taxes and
fully two-thirds of the expenditures
from the fine and forfeiture, fund is
for their prosecution.--DeFuniak

During 1906 tho wealth of the
South increased $7,300. 000 for every
day of the year, Sundays included, or
a total of $2,690,000,000. The act-
ual increase in assessed value was
$1,076,479,788, and thin was on the
average 40 per cent. of the true val-
tie. The amazing magnitude of this
gain of $7,300.000 a day is strikingly
sbown by the statement of the London
Express. which, bemoaning the inabil-
ity of Great Britain to keep pace with

state will greatly facilitate the pro-
gress of mak'cing Firidla, in spirit a-.
well as in fact, oue of the sunniest
states in the union.
Scatter uniishir.e was the choices of
a large majority in voles for a society
song, written by Lanta Wilson bimith,
music by E. 0. Excell.
(By permission.)
In a world where borrow,
Ever will be known.
Where are found the needy
And the sad and lone:
How much joy and comfort.
You can all bestow.
It you scatter sunshine.
Ev'rywhere you go.
Scatter sunshine all along your way,
Cheer and blebs and brighten ev'ry
passing day,
Ev'ry, passing day.
Slightest actions often. *
Meet the sorest needs
For the world wants daily
Little kindly deeds:
Oh, what care and sorrow,
You may helo remove,
With your song ane courage.
Sympathy and love.-Chorums
When the. days are gloomy,
Sing some happy sonir,
Meet the world's repining,
With a courage strong.
Go with faith uadaur.ted,
Thro' the illsof life,,
Scatter smiles and sunshinr,
O'er its toil and strife.-C-horus.
Wherever possible branches should
bc formed of ten or mere intembere. In
Flridta where there are ten families,
there should certainly be ten adults

AAmerica's growth, put the incretseo who can form a senior branch, and

in Great Britain's iCalth at $7,000,-
000 a week.

ten cliili ret who can be banded to-
gether to do somno kind ac.t for some

Contrast the South's increase of one each day. How arnd what to do

$7,300,000 a lay with Great Britaimn's
$7,000,000 a week and then think of
the future.
Great Britain, with comparatively
few natnrml resources, dependent upon

will also be a part of the object o'f
these Sunshiine papers, in which Wa
hope all will take an interest, and
make more valuable by sending sug-
gestion s to the state president of what-

the outside world for nearly all its ever will cheer, aid or bless first, the
foodstuffs, for much of its iron ore, for home, then the neighborhood, then the

all of its cotton-andi a large part of
its lumber, and with only 10,000(

state, and in this way the whole band
of I$nushioe makers, whose rays ema-

want none of these lhings--'ill I re-
qu.ire is an orange ami a few kind

.Some one asked Josepht H. Choate,
"if vyou could not be yourself, whom
would you ralliter he?" Mr. Choate
pondered. Then looking up and
catching the eye of his wife, aan-
swened, "Mrs. Choate's second ihus-

Ao either Girl In

the Case


t Com iright, 19.s hby Ruby Doughlas
(..... .
The fireman jerked open his flannel
.-hirt a button lower and glared re-
iint" ',y at the two well dressed young
moin ,ho were examining with amused
Interest the small drivers and cylinders
of his engine.
"Not a Pegasus, evidently," remarked
"No, nor yet a Hebe," laughed the
"If you two mutts are kicking against
old 18 you'd better cut it out," Inter-
posed the fireman angrily.,
"We meant no disrespect," answered
the older of the two courteously. "Our
attention was attracted because we'd
never seen one like It before."
"The old girl is no ibeaut,"contnued
the fireman, softening somewhat. "but
she jumped from here to Boston at a
mile a minute clip one day last month."
"That's a mighty good record. We
felt there must be something remarka-
ble about her," returned one appeas-
"If you've got a story, and I'm sure
you have, come down and give It to
us." urged the other, smiling win-
"Sh-- ;as a warm baby In her dey,"
b -gzI: ie mollified fireman. "but shie's
sh-' ':,-cow knocker, and for a good
m:' .ers shY's been doing nothing
be':, tihn poking box cars and flats
It i here in the yard. But she got
r ..nd.'r up that day and yanked us
,-: -raila In great shape."
:- '.!i!;:g special. I suppose." en-
cot,,'-'t,'< the elder' man, passing his

"-.t',tl in sper-lal! Well. I should
a:" .m' philed the fireman. "we was
.r- s.acial-thr'ee of us-and old 18."
!,.' rounded his lips and allowed the
*igrir smoke to escape in a long, vapor-
.,"4 (cylinder.
"It was Sunday afternoon," remitnis-
1!e;:I!y. "and about 3 o'clock when a
yo.::tg feller jumped off the trolley iup
theree" Indicating the street where the
trolley cars ran to Andover, "and came
slamming down into the station as red
In the face as if he had buttoned a nest

of hornets In with his vest. He bump-
ed into old Buster-that's the station
agent-and howled for a special.
"Buster told him he wasn't running
specials as a side line, and there wa'u't
nothing about the yard anyway but old
18, and an old shifter like that was
hardly the thing for a special.
"Well, the young feller talked all
kinds of languages and showed all
kinds of money. He wanted to go to
New Haven. He'd got a telegram, but
it didn't reach him until after 2 o'clock,
and he'd got to be In Boston In time to
catch the 4 p. m. Shore line express
from the South station. There was no
connections anyway from here, and the
special he must have. It seems he was
a student at the Phillips academy In
Andover, and a rattling good teller he
was too."
The fireman, artful story teller.
paused to whet the interest of his
listeners and puffed his cigar enjoya-
"I'll bet there's a girl at the other
end of the line!" cried the man who'
was looking for stories.
"Or a fortune," hazarded the other.
The fireman grinned at both impar-
"The young feller's name was Hart.
and he had a mighty convinclug tongue
In him, and the way he slung his argy
ments at old Buster showed he knew
the way to a iman's Inside heart. He
roped In Engineer Dan Duffy, too, and
Dan said old 18 would do the trick If
he coulQ have the road.
"Old Buster kept the key tapping,
and Conductor Tom Collins picked out
the 'short end' for the train. Then
Buster got the word, bacl from Boston:
'All right. Give you the road.' And-in
Just twenty-three minutes from the
time young Hart had blew in with his
roll and his convincing eloquence Dnffy
throwed the throttle wide open, and
the old hooker dashed down the line as
If she'd been on her trial trip. I jam-
med her with pine knots soaked in
karesene, and Duffy never took his
eyes, off the rails. *
"Old 18 soon showed her mettle, and
no big engine passed us that Duffy
didn't get a hand from the cab. Hart
was game. We couldn't go too fast for
him, and at easy stretches we must
have struck a mile a minute. It was
Just 2:45 to a dot when we plunged In-
to the long train house at the north
station, old 18 snorting and humping-
like she understood she was a special.
"All the way from Reading to Bos-
ton in just fifteen minutes and thirty
seconds, and we reckon the run at just
about thirteen miles. I could almost
see old 18 winking her weather eye at
some of them big six wheelers, and the
kind of a you've-did-well-Sissy air
that they seemed to have as they look-
ed down at her was enough to make a
man laugh-a man. who can see them
things, you know."
The fireman paused and anxiously
regarded his dead cigar.
"Young Hart made his train, of
"Oh, yes; he bad plenty of time. He
jumped over to the other station on
the 'L,' and we let old 18 cool off a lit-
tle, and then she hitched back to Read-
ing. But I've kinder noticed a new
pitch to her whistle ever since, and I
reckon the old girl knows she done a
big thing that day."
"Light up again," urged the seeker
after stories, handing the cigar case.
"That isn't all?" suggestively.
"No. About two weeks after that
young Hart run over from Andover
one day and give one of these ere
things to old Buster, one to Tom Col-
lins, one to Dan Duffy and one to me,
and mine," triumphantly, "Is as big a
Jim Dandy as the others. They're all
just alike."
He took a small velvet case from his
pocket, handling it gingerly with his
grimy fingers.
One of his companions took It and
pressed the spring, disclosing a small
scarfpin-a knot of gold with a tiny
diamond point.
"That ere little stone's a real dl'-
mond," said the fireman proudly. "No
ground glass about that. I wear it
when I dress up and go some place."
"It's all right -a fine thing," admired
his new friends.
"Well, goodby-tbem's good cigars-
see you again some time. maybe." drop-
ping the velvet case into his pocket
and turning toward his cab.
"Hold on," cried the story gatherer,
catching him by the arm. "that Isn't
all! What about the girl in New Ha-

A Veiny Dumy Main,

wrAI b AIL jm- -ML ALU

SGrippe r Influenza, whichever you like
) to call it, is one of the most weanng
S seea knoIwn".

yScoffs EmuLrtion, which is Cod
I Liver Oil and I yi ,phosphites in eaily di.
gested form, is the greatest strength-builder

It is so easily digested thatit sinks into
the system, making new blood and new fat,
and strengthening nerves and muscles.

, U'Use Spoll'a Emual-son after '

Invaluable for Coughs and Colsa


JAS- IL-d- AL-a -L dL-A




The fireman grinned, tantalizing; then
his face sobered.
"I'm afraid you two gents Is going to
be disappointed. There ain't no girl In
this story-only the woman that every
man oweq his best to. A mau may
have half a dozen sweethearts if he's
I lucky, but he never can have but one
mother," raising his greasy cap rever-
ently. "Hart's mother was dying, they
thought, that day when old 18 humped
herself over the rails with the.boy. but
she gpt well, and it was her that sent
us the pin<." So long, gents. Put the
itory in the paper If you like. It's
worth printing, dead sure!"

The Poor Child'. Advantagels
"MVy most serious problem Is how I
[vye my children the advantage of
fr-ma- a McClure's Magazine
fa-rlch.-i as saying and mnnkes
this comment: The modern system 6f
education employed by the rich and
well to do and secured often at infinite
self sacrifice even by those of very
moderate means obscures rather than
brings Into light the realities. No ma-
terial provision, however ample and in-
telligent, can alone make for verity.
No amount of "opportunities" or "ad-.
vantages," however unusual, are suf-:
flcient to awaken the soul. Indeed in
the very multiplying of material ad-
vantages the spirit of the child Is more
often than not smothered and distort-
ed. Too many masters, too many toys.
too many tasks. The poor little head
and heart have neither strength nor
time for brooding and dreaming In the
forest and field, as young Schurz had.
He has no long evenings for sitting
around a family table or before a fire
reading and talking, no spur to find
things to do and to find things to think
about. The, attention continually dis-
tracted, the imagination burdened, the
sense of pleasure overfed, what time,
what strength, Is there for the child of
the very rich, brought up In the usual
way, to develop?

Mathematical Love.
"D3 you love me as much as I love
The Barnard college girl smiled. "Do
you wish me to prove it?" she said.
For answer ho bent forward, expect-
ing to receive the usual binding of the
"I mean nruthematically." she con-
tinued, drawing her face back. "Now,
don't be cross. Listen: \\'e belong to
a certain circle. \W are the radii of
that fri.-le Two radii of a circle are
equal to a-third radius orf the same cir
H1 i v :t, .'t 'tfl :ait luathematics, but
Ihe conet'i'rld Int ii,- ,>ut..
S"'Tfhings whihcl kr.- eqfQnll 'to the samni
thin. ;i r.t'" i n' l tr Oi jainti h r. W ell.
supp.)l. ns tlinl v,.Iu indl I aret equJal tr
X. an itakuown ,iii.inttity."
Hie was perrec,_tly willing to suppose
S"NX is our lIvo r,'r each either We
are equal to X. Things which are equal
to the saniw tlil.i. are equal to one an
other. Tlie'-ef,,r. I mnst love youdiin
tlin same ratio that yo lorve w!' "
Hie didn't wait for ony more inathe
mautics. The "XN" became. X'tasy!-
New York Press.

An, I nsinuation.
"I b nve rno earthly use for swif
young men." said the spinster whi
was beginning to carry weight for age
"No. I suppose not," rejoined, thb
pretty widow. "T!:ey are awfully hart
to catch."-Pick-Me-Up.

Muast Rte cood.
Plaisantin offered in payment of a
hill a gold piece which had a suspi-
cious ring. "Here. you've given mr
one of those false coins that the coon
terfelters have just been arrested for
making." snid thie merchant. "Impos
slhle," answered Plnisautiu. "It sla dat
ed 1S(83. If it were false, surely i.
":'oultl hiave lhee;t found out before
this."-''(;irl ;.
Three Wiveis.
The Peg.gar -i'loase. sir. will yvo
kindi'ily !is:ist a poor man who ha;
three wives to snliprt? The Pedes
triaun-Why, do you mean to say yo,
are a bigamist? The Beggar-Oh, no
sir. Two of them are the wives o'
my sons-in-law.
Delay, Are Daunerous.
"But this is so sudden! You had bet
ter give me a week to think it over!"
"Very well, dear. And, perhaps, Ii
would be as well If I thought It ovei
myself at the same time!"--Sketching

A Very Broy Man.
A school luspectur went to investi-
gate the case of a aafr who, although
he could well afford to ketp his chl-
dren at school, had obtained labor
certificates for them all and was tak-
Ing frequent holidays while the' poor
little fellows worked to keep the home
To his wife's plea that the young-
sters' wages were useful when "fey-
ther" was out of work the inspector
"A mere quibble, ma'am. Your hus-
band has constant work, but Is tqo
lazy to do it. His employer told me
"Then It's a wicked story, and I'm
not particular who hears me say It!.
cried the woman indignantly. "My
husband' It the busfeat man in England.
bar none. Why, he was up' at day-
reak thts morialn' teaehin' my youn-
gest lad to swim, anu' he's walked ten
miles across plowed fields to fly a pi-
geon an' won a bounce ball contest an'
a boxln' match since dinner, an' now.
to wind things up," she added an a
final proof of her husband's amazing
Industry, "he's down in the wood yon-
der training' his dog to catch an' kill
rabbits without leaving' the marks of
his teeth on 'em. If you want more
work than that crowded into a day.
you must be a regular nigger driver."-
London Tit-Bits.

Too low muand Too High.
"Do employers hire men and then
pay them what they think them worth
or do they fix salaries and then get
such men as they can to' fit them?"
asked a young man who had been go-
ing through the experience of changing
his work. "I won't try to answer my
question, but I will tell you a story. I
called upon a manager to talk with
him about a place of responsibility
which I knew he had to offer. He
seemed taken with me and I think had
his mind made up to employ me. Final-
ly he asked me how much salary I
would expect.
'I should say about $150 a month,'
I answered.
'"Immediately his face fell. 'I'm sor-
ry.' he said, 'but I expect to pay $2,500 .
a year, and I want a $2,500 man.
Good morning.'
"From there I went to Inquire about
another place. Again I seemed to suit,
and we got to the question of wages,
I knew the firm was not In the habit
of spending much money. If I was to
get the position I must bid low, and
so I suggested $125 a month.
'I'm sorry.' was the reply, 'but we
can't pay more than $100. I know
you're worth more and the work Is
worth more, byt we haven't got the
money to spend, that's all. Good
morning.' "-New York Post.

The Study of Medlclee.
The study of medicine Is the study
of man and of his relations to his en-
vironment. It is the broadest and.
most useful of all the professions. A
skillful physician can find opportunity
for the employment of his highest skill
In a hovel as well as In a palace. He
Is alike welcomed by the king and by
the peasant. The exactions of the phy-
ilclan's calling are mdre severe than
those of any other profession. He
Anust be content to hold all his personal
plans for pleasure, profit or recreation
subject to the exigencies of many oth-
er lives as well as of his own, so that
his lifo must be less regular than that
of other men. He belongs to the social
fire department. He must often Im-
peril his health, even his life, to save
the health and lives of others. He
must be content with a short life. But
all these disadvantages are induce-
ments to the man who desires to live
up to the highest and noblest ideals.
-From "Starting In Life," by N. C.
Fowler, Jr.

The finest. english Odes.
Among the many fine ode-4 in the
English language Macaulay hna 'har-
acterized Dryden's "Alexander's IFen'*t"
is the noblest, and Dr. RlItiard G:r-
sett agreed with him In thlknlug it th:
ine.t ode we have. The full title Is
'Alexamder.'s Feast; or. The Power of
Mlusic-an Ode For St. Ceenllna' Day."
Spenser's "Epithalrrmlha," Milton's
'Ode on the Nativity." Kents' odes "To
Nightingale" and "On a Greinn Urn"
and Shelley's "To a Skylnrk"' are all
notable Instances of this eWFss of p, .
ind to these must be added, thoi.ti!
their form is Irregtrar. Wordsworth's
magnificent "Intimations of Immor-
tality" and Tennyson's "Ode on the
Death of the Duke of Wellington."

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The elegant .lann', Marie S. of
Pentameola with a party of tonrists
ha bean cruising in the Bay for sev-
eral days. The Buoy did not'. hear
whether they had any particular ob-
ject in view.
The str. Ta pon arrived from the
south at 10 'cloCk a. in., Frilay
At 1:00 p. m. yesterday she arrived
from Mobile and Penasonla.
SThie schr., Cleopatri arrived from
Pensacola at 9.30. a in. yesterday,
heavily laden with merchandise and
othir freight.

r.easeo St. Andrews Pay, every Monday,
Leaves I'entacol ., Thursday, (we taer
p.-rmittiir.). Spe.ial attention wkil ibe
given to receiving and forwarding
tieight fur pi.rties living anywhere on
either air of the Bay, and passengers
for any point on the i:ay canu depend
upon securing prompt trinsortation
at teasonalde rates. Good nassenget
accommodatois. Esipruss and Railroad
Freight 'ecialtlJs. Vor further in-
forauftlon al-ply to
L. M. WA Geu. Manager.


Carries tne East B;ty Mail between St.
Andrew. ,Wetappo an iuterimediate
points. Leaves St. Andrew daily ex
cept Sunday at 5:00 a, m.; ar ive at
We appo 1-1:30 p. m ; leave Wetanpo
at 1:O r in m; arrives at St. Andrew at
7:30 p. mn. Makes landings regularly at
Pann%,ii n City, Crotnomton, Iarker, Cal-
Slawnyav. Cool, Allanton and Farmdale.
S'reight l.iaded at tny postoffice whr .
For p -seenger and freight rates, see
site card In tha seve *41'postoflicec.
F. A. V% ITHERILL, Manager.
' --------**---'- --

fil,>wini table record- the max
linuint minimum ahd mean tjmpera-
tures. the rainfali and directtau of the-
wind for the twmnt.-f,'our hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S

Dite...... -R I I lti I Wind
Feb ...0 69 40 54 11 sw
.' 14 69 4G 58 .00 w
15 (4 3' 51 .U0 0 w
16 62 29 46 .0" w
17 71 40 55 .00 w
18 69 35 52 .00 w
*' 19 63 4. r 56 .73 e
67 19 :9 53 .73

Terror BDlnnbes' Hair.
It has been repeatedly affirmed that
Queen Marie Antoinette's aubnrn hair
turned white in the dlays of the reign
of terror, says the Caledonian. and an
English surgeon named Parry states
that just after thW Indian mutiny he
actually saw the Jet black hair of a
rebel Sepoy. who was under examina-
tion and feared a dreadful death, turn
white In the course of half an hour.
In the time of the commune In Paris
the dark hnir of Baron Alphonse de
Rothschild was blanched in a few
holding Ut Oftf.
"The head of the firm," said the au-
pf.rintenident. "insists upon our employ-
ug lhis sOD In this department, and It's
as much ks we can do to keep him
*-Idle You mean busy. don't yon?"
"No, I don't. If we kept him busy it
would keep three or four other smen
busy correcting his miistakes."-Philln.-
delphia Press.
Why He aQuit.
"For the drunkard and the glutton
shall come to poverty." "I figured out
years ago." said a prosperous frne,e.
"'Uthat with very moderate drinking I'd
drink an acre of good land every year.
S So I qu!t"-Central .Chrlstiun Advo-

A Stron
of the strongest we
pa? Father-What
question, my little
wa Jist reading
bridge over the Rhin

Common Colds a
Many Serion

g Man.
Julius Caesar one
?n that ever lived.
makes you unk that
girl? Daughter-I
that he threw a
n e .' ,. .* > "
. -, .
re the Canme of
is Diseases,

Pbyrlcfans who have gained a national
reputation as AiRlysts of the cause of va.-
rious diseasesclaim that if catchiTg cold
could be avoided a iong list of dangerous
ailments wotdd never be heard of., Every
one know, that pneumonia and consump-
tion original from cold, aud chronic
catarrh, br et hitis, and all throat and
ling troulile are aggravated and rendered
more serious a y each frerh attack Do npt.
'ai your life or take chanceaswhen you
have a cold. Chataherlain's Cough Remne-
dy %ill cur it blefure these diseases de-
welop. This remedy contains. no opiumn,
morphine or other harmful drug and haa
thirty years of reWatation back of it.
gained by oares under every condition .
For sale by all medicine dealers.
-- -

El Dore4o. -
The w inL rw nei !hid of El Dorado
miay be ptrac-d as Toilows: One of PI-
varro's menu said that be bad discov-
?redl a land of boundless wealth be-
tween the Orinoco and the Amazon.
i'his country was na.timed El Dorado.
,'r; mna::i.y adventurers., itnong them
;:* WaVtTr it:.I -.h endeavored to tind
!I ht,; -i', t.; u:'.mni hIts conup to mean]
S ;a:k),:'n i i.;;ty of lthe lmtId. a frabu-
': ,'- s' i i. .i i' s we mlth, 'uch as
S ;; : b of lIxur.V

-Souvenir Book o01 St Andrew, 60c.
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's.
-Colored and plain souvenir pistal-
cards, with St. Andrew scenes at th&
Buoy office.
-blank Warranty Deeds, short torm
printed on good Itnen raper, 25c per
dozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts
in a block, lOc each, at the Buoy office
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, peor
box 10 cte. Put up eight Tablets it, a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
best ink. Econcinical permanent. mbso-
lutely indelible, convenient, non-coro-
eive. At the Binoy office.
-Itis reported that the schooner
Lucy H. met with another mishap, near
Pensacola, by beir.g run into by a lish-
ing smack and having her sails badly
torn and a great hole stove in her side
No particulars have been learned.
-Handsome letter heads with St-
Andrews Bay date line and views o!
either St. Andrews Blulf, or Bueua
Vista Foint, at 8c. per dozen; alo 'map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the Bmov Office
-It. has been learned that t i
three men-the capiting andt-.,
-Greeks, on board itheF scho' ry
S,, wrecked off St. Andrews Pass in the
late storm, and all were drowned, Oth-
er Greeks, who were sailing in the
same fleet saw the Mary S. capsized
and the men washed overboard, but
they we.'e powerless to render any as-
sistance. The storm was raging so and
the sea running so high, they were
barely able to save themselves,
--Soon after Mr. A. J, Gay begin on
his contract to grade and tie twelve
miles of the Bay end of the Atlanta &
St. Andrews Railroad, one of his color-
ed laborers, while cutting the right-of-
way thru the dense ti-ti, about one-
fourth of a *mile from the bay, and in
the very thickest part, came upon a
sheet iron box, which doubtless has a
history. It was evidently a cash box
and had in its time been a neat one,
o1 9x6x5 inches dimensions, with a
mo.'eable tray which is partitioned off
into three compartments, and the box
proper into three other sections, with
lids to one each in tray and body; riv-
eted to the inside of the cover with cop-
per rivuts is a proportionately square
plate of galvanized iron. It must have
been fastened with a padlock, drop hasp
and staple, but these have been broken
off and are cone. The box never got
there without hands and there can be
no other conclusion than that it was
stolen from some one and taken to the
fastness of the ti-to, broken open and
rifled. While the box is rusted thru in
some places, it cannot have lain in that
exposedsituation for more than fopr or
five-years, and Mr. Gay,*who has sent
it to the Buoy office, thinks., perhaps
this item may catch the ey of the owner
and furnish ,clue to the loss. The box
may or may not. have c<,niained viluo-
ables. but must have been supp- s d to
hold treasure by the party who broke it
open. The box is at the Buoy office
and may be seen by any person curious
to examine it.

ri-eaking In.
Mother-Dear me, the baby has swal-
"lowed a piece of worsted. Father-
That's nothing to the yarns she'll have
to swallow if she lives to grow up,

Crocodiles and the Cure.
One does not usually connect croco-
dies with a health resort-rather the
reverse-but the creatures are quite a
feature of the Indian bathing place of
Manghapir, about nine miles from Ka-
rachi. This town is a place of pilgrim-
age for pious Hindoos, but it Is chiefly
famous for the value of Its waters in
the cure of the dread scourge of lep-
rosy. The waters are hot, and more
than 60 per cent of the sufferers who
bathe there annually, it is said, are
cured. The crocodiles are rather note-
worthy in that they live in the hot
water, apparently apfferlng no incon-
venience from its temperature or me-
"Ulcinal qualities.-Wide World Maga-
When Buttons Were Big.

Bachaumont writes in his "Secret
Memoirs." Nov. 18. 178f: "The mania

for buttons is today extremely ridlcu-
lous. They are not only of enormous
size, some of them as big as six pound
crowns, but miniatures and pictures
are made upon them, and this orna-
mentation is extremely costly; Some
of them represent the medals of the
twelve Caesars, others. antique statues
and still others the Metamorphoses of
Ovid." '
Isabey, In his biographical notes,
says that when he came to Paris be
worked for a living by making copies
of Vanloos and Bouchers on the elds of
snuffboxes and that for these medal-
lions he was paid from 6 to 8 francs
each. "As It was still the fashion," he
said, "to wear buttons as big as a five
franc piece, upon which Cupids, flow-
ers and landscapes were cut in cameo,
I went into that business. I got 12
sons for each."-Paris Figaro.

k Valuable Lesson.
'"Six years ago I learned a valuable
lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Mag-
nolia, Ind. ."I thon 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.
.-&-- .. D.A-*e.
Young Widow (at the animal seller's,
-I want a dog. Animal Seller-Yes
nadam; white, gray or brindled'*
Young Widow-No. Black-all black
I am in deep mourning.-Nos Loisirs.
Rae Cnutinuous Life.
Venus-And what do you do wheij
not engaged in archery? Cupid-Oh
Pum kept busy rhyming with stupid!-

He Is a fool who cannot be angry.

Monster SpiUer Crabs.
"I have collected specimens of crabs
In all parts of the world," said a nat-
uralist. "but I shall never forget the
pleasure I experienced In securing a
monstrous specimen of the Japanese
spider crab, the largest ever found.
The combined length of the feeding
arms of this monster was more than
twelve feet, while the body portion
was about twenty inches across. When
alive, It weighed about seventy-five
pounds. One of the' oddest things
about these creatures is their ability
to assume a disguise. This feat they
are able to perform owing to the flexi-
bility of -their pinchers and to the
hooked hairs and spines with which
their numerous arms are studded. By
means of their pinchers they tear off
small fragments of sponges and sea-
weeds. After first putting these to
their months, which contain a glutinous
saliva, they place them on the sur-
face of their limbs and bodies by
sticking them fast with a rubbing
movement By this method the crab
succeeds In completely changing Its
appearance and rendering itself Indis-
tinguishable from the materials com-
mon to the bottom of the sea. While
crawling along it seems as though a
portion of the ocean bed was In mo-
tion, so close is the resemblance."
Forests of Stone.
Stone forests are found In various
parts of the world. In many cases
they are hardened by some peculiarity
of the atmosphere and are found stand-
ing just as they were when clothed
with green foliage thousands of years
ago. The Little Colorado river, in Ari-
zona, has long been famous as a local-
ity for such finds. At one place more
than 1,500 cords of solid stone, tree
trunks, sections, limbs and logs, were
found by the government surveyors.
Most of them were silicifled, many
seven to ten feet in diameter and from
twenty to eighty feet in height. Geol-
ogists say that the petrified trees of
the Little Colorado were once covered
with marl over 1,000 feet in depth.
.omne of the trees have been changed
ko jasper and have assumed various
lines; others resemble opal, and when
Broken open the core is often found
.ined with crystals of the most beau-
*Iful tints.
Hie Wins the Paln.
Many stories have been told of mean
nen, such a4 he who used a wart for
i collar button and he whose birthday
dIft to his son consisted in washing the
windowss so that the lad might watch
the cars g.o by. This mian, however.
'eelhs to have won the palm. There
was an extremely nean man in New
1Iampshire who was the proprietor of
,t hotel. By his direction ryleS were
posted in the hostelry forbidding al
most every conceivable privilege to
,hose not guests of the place. There
wvas absolutely no chance for the cas-
otl loafer to get newspapers, pen., ink.
;tationery, etc. There were not even
free seats in the office. Oneu day In
chanced to observe a chronic loafer
gazing at the old clock that hung on
dhe wall. The next diny a sign was
placed over the clock. It read, "This
clock Is for the use of the guests of the
hotel only."-Success Magazine.

Profligate Spendihrftin.
The wealth of many of the ancient
R'l-mihnis wvas rcli.ni'l far Into the
millions. Mark Antony during his
somewhat checkered career squander-
ad no less than $73.().00.0uo. and Ti.
berius left at his death over eighteen
millions, which Caligula spent in less
than a year. Records show that this
qpmdthrift paid $150,000 for one sup-
jer. Horace tells us that Pegellus, a
singer, could in five dl.In spend $40.-
00. aud Clodius on a small wager
swallowed a pearl worth nearly $40,-
000. The estate .l' ,'Crassus was valued
at 48.400,000. Lucullus d(linel lit the
rate of $8,000 a meal for several weeks.
Ientulus was worth not lesa thanu six-
t;en millions. and Apicus squaundered
ucarlyv live IMillions of dollars in a few
Lamae Back.
Tia;s ailment is usally cnused by
rheumnatismin of the muscles and may be
cured by applying Chamberlain's 'ain
Balm two or three times a dry and rumi-
b:ng the parts vigorously at each apt.li-
cation. If this does not afford relief blind
on a piece of flannel slightly dampened
with I'ain Balm, and quick relief is al-
most sure to follow. For sale iy all maed-
icine deal

Hier tloigKe ( ak.
Syoung I:d(ie(.. after s'rving to heIr
,isbanid a S. i'.i. v i inner' that w;i.s so-
o. said( a:; the n iniii'e' pie was l;rugl;t
mi. "' in-ter-e.l. (eti'. to. have some
poupig cake. t ,>), b t it hmi-; l'eni ;,
ital fa:l.re."' "'IIaw n-as tlt it'." tlI.
is,'jaid aske.l in a ('i..a)pj!ioited tone.
or hi' was f';% d of sp)ouge cake. "'Th
druggist." she explained, "sent we the
vrong kind of spoiges."
Plenty of Advi'e.
"I womdN r whiit tile secret of Solo
.1mo;'s wisdom w\as'" said Mr. Meek-
ton's wife.
"Good advice." replied Leonidas
promptly "'He had anly number of
*vives."-Washington Star.

liand ler i)ubts.
Mamma-You should be polite. dear.
and offer to share your candy with
papa. Little Margfe-I would,. marm
na, If I was sure he'd be polite and re
'use It.-Chicago News.
Customer-Have you anything that lb
good for falling hair? Facetious Clerk
-.-How would a wastebasket do?

Be sure you can obey good laws be.
fore you alter bad ones.-Ruskin.
AI L Io -O- --t tk.

Him Opposite.
Jenkins-I am told that the happiest
marriages are between people who are
exactly opposite In every respect to
each other, so I am looking for a young
lady of that sort. don't you know. Miss
Pert-Then you have come to the right
place. Come to the other side of the
room., and I'll introduce you to a bright,
Intelligent, well educated girl.
"I want to get a divorce from my
"On what ground?"
"Well, I don't know the legal term
for it, but she didn't tell me before 1
married her that she was an elocution-
The Cause.
Theater Goer-The love scene in your
play isn't half so natural as it used to
be last season. The same people do It
too. Manager-Yes. but the lovers were
married a few months ago.
Hard to Understand.
Bibbs Some people get everything
they go after. Gibbs-Yes, and others
don't seem to get what's coming to
them.-Smart Set.

Let another praise thee and not thine
own mouth; a stranger, and not thine
own lips.-Book of Proverbs.
Over-Work Weakens
A our Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
I blood purifiers, they fi'
ter out the waste or
A impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matism corrme from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
kidney trouble. blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-workin in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderfull cures of the most distressing cases
ind is sold on its merits .
)y all druggists in fifty-
-ent and one-dollar siz- ^, litI1ii'
;s. You may have a
ample bottle by mail home of Swamnp-Root.
ee. also pamphlet telling you how to find
,ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer -
C Go.. -rin.-bi,-Ant.n. N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address. Binghamw-
toa, N. Y., on cvef'y bottle.

Look !

Ten Acres of Good Land
$300 toquick -Buy er!
Nearly Two Acres Cleareil and Fenced.
House 14x310 feet. Well About six
acres is Splendid Black Loam.
Rightly handled in Stra berries would
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.
Ielated Testftnoninals.
if the testimonials of love and faith
on our tombstones were uttered in our
daily life, how often would they have
helped us over the briery fields ad
rocky roads of existence!--Baltimore

Speaking of saugs, whenou you wake
up and find a burglar In the house it is
a sign that tlunexpected company has
nrrlved.--Ptt.-bhrir C'vertt( Times.

The Hessians Played.
It Is a matter of record that upon
the first official celebration of Inde-
pendence day by the Continental con
gress music was secured for the occa-
sion by forcing the Hessian Lhand,
which had been captured by George
Washington at Trenton in thb' previous
December, to play In the public square
all day, to the great delight and amuse-
ment of the people. It is also stated
that these involuntary cle')rants were
o'mliged to practice appropriate airs for
three weeks previously in order that
they could not plead ignorance as an

Curious' Colncideneen.
When the Ring theater, In Vienna,
was burned, with great loss of life.
one of the other playhouses of the
Austrian capital was playing Paille-
ron's "Le Monde ou l'on S'Ennuie;"
when the Stadt theater, in Vienna, was
burned another theater in that city
was playing "Le Monde ou l'on S'En-
nuie," and on the evening of the day
when the fire in the charity bazaar In
Paris took place the Theatre Francal
was announced to play "Le Monde on
1on S'Ennuie."
"That word 'communist,' my dear,"
observed the young husband, correct-
lng her, "has the accent on the first
"How do you know?"
"The dictionary says so."
"I never saw a man as prejudiced
In favor of dictionaries as you are!"
exclaimed the young wife. "I wish
you had married a dictionary!"
roo Much at Stake to Forget.
"When you are absorbed In your
business cares downtown today, Her-
bert, you will forget your little wife
"No, darling. That steak you cooked
for me with your own sweet hands this
morning for breakfast will keep you
in my memory every minute of the




Neighbo GOt Fooled.
"I was literally coughing, myself to
death, and had become too weak to
leave my bed; and neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it alive; cut
they got fooled, for thanKs be 'o God, 1
was induced to try Dr. King's New Dis-
covery. Jt took just four mne dollar
bottles to completely cure the con-gh
and restore me to good sound health,"
wriies Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grovr-
+own, stark Co., Ind, This King of
cough and coll cures, an:. healer of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed by A. H.
Brake 59c and $1. Trial bottle free.

Sorrowvs of a unumorist.
"This thing of being a hmnorist i
about the sAddtegt thiing 1 know," sigh
ed Simeon Ford. "An ordinary person
can have his moods and humors as ht
pleases, but I must always be on tht
job. I am constantly being invited out
not because I'm liked for myself alone
or because of my manly beauty. bn
because I am expected to entertain tht
assemblage. The rest of the company:
may be as dull as dishwater, but if
do not shake up the gathering with
few jokes the hostess glares at me an.
really feels resentful. I may be sunL-
in the slough of despond, but just a
soon as I take my seat all lean forward
and eye me expectantly. My son, nev
or get a reputation for being funny. I
is the most mournful thing on earth.'
-New York Press




t. ---a r ,

S Painless Cure of Curable Pain

Never resign yourself to suffer pain, Women's
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.



whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.
It not only compels the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out
the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back.
It makes you well. Try it.
Sold everywhere in $1.00 bottles.

freely and frankly, in strictest confid-
ence, telling us all your symptoms and
troubles. We will send free advice
(in plain sealed envelol5e), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Th, Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenn.

writes Mary Shelton, of Poplar
Bluff, Mo., "I c.n do my housework,
although, before taking CARDUI, two
doctors had done me no good. I can
truthfully say I was cured by Cardui.
I want every suffetng lady to know of
this wonderful medicine.."

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


W. 0 BARROW. Master.
,-.<,- ,--.47 ? W. 0, MARROW. Master.*

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

St Andrew,
St. Andrew.

Wednesday, 8:00 a. m.
Wednesday, 10*00 w. m.
Thursday. 6:00 a. m.
Thursd y, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
Friday, 2:00 a. mi,
Friday. 11:30 p. m.
Fi-idug, 11,30 p. m,

Pcnsacola to St Andrew and*Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabellf, $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 Ge-n'l Freight and Pass. Agt. President.



General Merchandise!


Cooking and Heating Stoves.

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.


Burial Caskets, e.Iobes, Suites, Etc



Keuea1 Morchaudisl

Ury GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries!
Corner of Washington Avenue -anl Bayview Steel.

I Pav Cash for Goods and Must Do a Strictly Cash or
Ready Pay Business. o
This is in Mv I'Pat ,ns' Inter,.-t as W\Vell :,s Mv Own, C(all and I convince
yourself of This Tl nth.

We are Making a Special Leader
OF ,


Bottled from Oi)iginal Barels at the. Di-tillery and sold under mur
p ers ,nal t gu ara .

1 Quart .m Bu I Qumrt Forest. Lst)wn,
4 Quarts, $3 75; 8 Quarts,

1 Quart Golden Sanl,
I Quart BeectlIand,
$*6.00; 12 Qivrts, $11.50,

Send for Price List. JOSEPH ZAPF & CO,,
Long Distance Phoone, 345, Jacksonville,. Fa.

TI e Alla.ton Lmbier Compay,





Whether Large o*r Small. Write for Prices
_ I..1 ..I ..I--I





Mercantile Co.,




I3ry 1CS-os:C1,


The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founded in 1878, and built up by tLa late L. M. Wale,
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New Aanagement
Solicits the Patronage of Old Patrons
of the House, of the Trading Post. and of new ones as
well, and guarantees uniform air and courteous treatment
to all.

We Pay the Freight "an lil Goods eyceepi Fhl.nr, Meal and
S . .. 1 t .. .. t .. . ..'m, , 0 Rt.n

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Thursday, Feb. 21. 1907.


gar, Tea, y 11
;ra dliated .... 61 He No....... 5.
ot'ee,A . 5,% Gunowder.. 4
t brown ..... 5 Uncol',l Jap.40-6
,'e, Cond milk, ca
reen.... 1"2@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbluckle,b 12-15 Sweetened .... 10
liuer snaps 31125 Baking powder
crackers, soda 10 Royal........ 5
.hlacco, plug -20a60 Campbell ... I
dosnsay e Canned fruit
ouidonl ayers.8-15 Peaches ... IOii'(
i le ciia ...... 8 Tomatoes ....Sali
c. ... ..... 64 A pples....... 1
pies Pears. ........ .1
'.vi ratp ed... 19' Plums......... 1
triedd Peaches 8 Apricot...... 10-2a
10, Oil pr gl.....20 Strawberries. .. 21
oiiM ..... ,'20 Pineapple ... 10-20
* lorida Syrup... 5 Cannued Meats
toney ......... 75 RoastBeef... 12V
vinegarr ........ 31 Corned Beef. 12'
Oneest pr C .... 18 OChipped BeeflO-25
butter. .... 25-35 lobster .... 12
Oleomargerhie.. 18 Salmon. 10@l1
,trt .... 710 Canned Vegetables
S5 Bkked Beans... .1(
Out:,i. t pkg. to Corn. .....10@ 1i
i sgiati, il. Peas ... .. .. 10
'i uoice ..... 4.i Pumn pkinI .
.y per dow... .'0
S, Pork
uar of S'th', 2.3 D. S. (r 1l.. II
O ,ewlisk .... 3.25 Bacon Sides.....12
.11 ',Ieanirp.t ut- t Fresh ...... .S>1
rMeat pr lb 5 Br'kf'st Bic'ni 16-22
pert ..75a&'0c Hain cuan's' 15-2-
i.ttoes Shoulders !
ris . 1 44 Hteet
tv IL'se seed 1.60 Corted. S
,et.. 60U 75 Fresh I
; ;. ; ek ".00 Dried ... . ;2
S . 5 Milk pr qt 0 I
S il A ILt W A1E.
,,,-r tb th aSi A xwith n dn e. o
vWirv do,.6A iti HouCs, et-ach ;-,'
:,il.t rope 9. .i'2Jopper p1'int, ci t 5 U
I uve.I cook,. 8a25 tiiseed ol. gatl.55.(mt6i0
ipe, per joint 18
its, pert yd.. 5a Checks .. .. .51- ,2
5a9 Flannel .....15a4i
:i,. .Jt9all Thread per pool..
i 5a45 oes,ladies. $1 a
.*t pl nts iat "25 *2 ) en'l.S. $1 lt l i'a !
p, ctwt .t'5al. Oats pr iu. ... 6.
'* .. 1.2.' *B rick pr M . .13,0 .
,;,e Sial . .7@9 Lime pr otl.. . 7
FlLU !'t 4d NUTl'S.
, si p.r doz.. 45 Pecans ;r lII .
1 ppies ....... 15 Walnuts......... 2'
Simo, .s .... 20 Alimonda .. I
S.hl p l,000 1.540 Opened pr qt 20,
S,.cse, $51O1501 Cows. 15a .$2.
Miles . )50a.$175 logs. $3 t, i
,.n p. yoke $6,) Sheep ..... 2
P'U ,TI'ltY
s,,., e.< b' 40OC50 Geese:each .45.a5.5'
,k 75ail 1 ) Duct(k'! . 2'51t5(

,I Q ie4I dI.

$1 4.4 i.
It'k".0 12.00 1

-ear4lface Via 14.00.
"Id ) 4"6 10.00 1
hutli I',llOlbe . S 1
H't 11 1 t a tuluI 2.50 1
St 1.50)

I'l' L t . .

. 5.."

Potttlpittilo.. -1 0.00u

Face -".. ()fthI
Sap I .. 1.44
Cl it pbloa rd s,
'Ix i i.vIn iu.$.4 1-
Fi& ishitiug In uti-
her, d.. $12A I~t
Lath, "Vin. .. ~.4
float itt iii ter,
ri d. . *20

There is more catarrh in this section o.
the country than 'all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years wat
sunposed ta be incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedie
and by. constantly failing to cure wit;
local treatment, pronounced it incurable,
Science has proven catarrh to lie a con
stitutiohnal disease, and therefore re.
q-iire8 constitutional treatment. Hall's
Cdarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the onl.
constitutional cure on the market. It i
taken internally in doses from ten drop.
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
bl)iid and mucous surfaces cf the system.
YThey offer oue hundred dollars for an
case it fails to cure. Send for circular
and testimonials. Address, J. F. CHE
NEY& Co, Toledo, Ohio.
Take tall's Family I'ils for constipia
tion '-

Ruskin ipol;e \ :
ment of such ini:t:le: l : ;a
wished to enroll Jane ylusd "
minOng the martyr? o:I a ic6rm:t -f
"man's" bad temper. Iit* admitted tlh:-
Carlyle was frequently .grumpy nI
habitually melancholy-'"but so am I'
---and le was easily Irritated. "That
clever shrew," his wife, well knew thiU
and by 'the very tones of her volce as
she "rasped out his name" could sad
his nerves on edge In a paroxysm of
febrile irritation.-Scribnetrs. .


SIt young haven't a regular, healthy movement of the-
bowels every day, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
*bowels opes, 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


mitg her brother, T. Hi. Stone.
Joe. Shiiihuk ol St. Louis, is
temiltu'ing building a store oun


i l,,xiBayou, in thlie near future.



Will be paid to any person
who can find. one atom of
opium, chloral, morphine,
cocaine, ether, chloroform,
heroin, alpha and beta eu-
caine, cannabis indica, or
chloral hydrate or' any of
their derivatives, in any
of Dr. Miles' Remedies.
This applies to goods in
original packages, unop-
ened, and not tampered
with. Certain unscrupu-
lous persons are making
false statements about
these remedies.
"I have been troubled with a ter-
rible headache for the last ten years;
the doctors could do me no good. I
saw Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills adver-
tised in the Sunday magazine, so I
thought I would try a sample. I did
so, and they helped me wonderfully.
I had headache so badly.I could Ihard- "
ly see to work, so I sent to the drug
store and got a box. In a couple of
hours I was all right, it was the first'
medicine to do me any good."
A. A. ILLTG, Philadelphia, Pa.
5362 Tacoma Street.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first package will benefit. If it
falls, he wilt return your money.
25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind

rP.e spi' is o!ie of the fow cities po.
:is a nmuiicipal newspaper, an.
.:s was be;'ueathed t.h tle city by tb
.te Dr. ('u:it. The be quest I. a vere-
unable l)lprprty anmd con-ists of ;
aily ne-.p iper. which i i consequent.
if its extensive circulation is the prin
.ipal advertising nedlunm in the neigh
)Ourhood. Thie profits are applied t
he beautifying and Improvement o
lie city and to charity.

The German I and You.
It is surprising when any one take.
'he trouble to notice how many letters
.egin with the pronoun "I." To Ger
manus this Is egotistical, and their eti
quette In letter writing forbids It. II
s probably on the same principle that
they write I (ich) always with a small
letter and you (Sle) with a capital, re-
versing the English custom.
The first thing that a human being
should recognize about himself is that
his character is his distinguishing fea-
ture. It Is not the amount of money.
the amount of power, the amount of
brains, that a man has, but his char-
acter ...
She (sentimentally) How like life
are the waves of the sea! He-You
bet. Come to the shore in great style
and go away broke.-Detroit News.

The gifted mnan is he who sees the
essential point and leaves all the rest
aside as surplusage.-Carlyle.

The Si'n al.
Tommy-Does your ma hit your foot
under, the table when you've had
enough? Tommy-No; that's when I
haven't had enough. When I have she
sends for the doctor.-Harper's Bazar.

We know accurately when we know
little. With knowledge doubt Increases
'- ., .
A Hahi, to B" E u* ;
The mother who has sicq'ired the hul,.
it of keeping on hand a bottle of Clhim-
lerlain's Clugh Remedy saves her,-"lf
great atinount of uneasiness 'nil nnxietv
Coughs, colds and crop, to which ,-hil-.
drtn alre s sceptille are quickly vcnred tv
its use. It court tracts asuv tendency of a
cold to result in pneumoeina, and if given
as soon as the first syvupt'm of croup ap-
pear it will prevent the attack. This rem-
*dv contains nothing inijurious ati nuotl,-
cre gve it to i'le ,'nes with a feeling of
perfect security. Sold by all medicine
alcersl ne

Pleasant, Palatable Potent, Taste Good. Do PARKER'S
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and H AlA
50 cents per box. Write fer free sample, and book- I HAIR BALSAM "J
let on health. Address 433 M Seanses and beautifies the hair.
S'romotes a luxuriant growth.
Sterling Reme Company, Chicago or New York. Never railsto Restore oray
Ki k YOU B-- L O, Hair to its Youthful Color.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN c, d. (t aiDruggists
RE~r WUII.LWW v C~n i^|^E 5 0'c,ndgi.(i0at Drugpsts

Special Report to the Buoy
Taylor, Schenner & Co., are now
conIstI'll ing a t Ilage H ite tauI tal wharf,
to lie used i,,r shipping romin ain
tilipentine. It is being built on a
oayou near he-'.
Three dlarkey turpentine laborer.
two weeks ago, stole two boats and
took French leave. Two of then
have been caught and lodged in the
Vernon j: il
W. F. Woodford returned last
Tihuirmay in his launch the "Cliff,"
which he had hael repaired at St. An-
Miss Jennie Smith returned Mon-
.lay to her school. Shie has been
payVing a visit to her parents at Pearl
Melton and Barr, carpenters of this
j.lace, have nearly :completed a la,'ge
addition to Mrs. Kelvin's home near
Mrs. L. C. Davis. accompanied by
hler sister-in-la'v, passed through here
last week. She was returning from,
St. Joeseph, where she has been vis-

Tonics. .
On the Safe side. Willie-Pa, what's a tonic? Pa-
Schroeder (to his neighbor, a widow. It's something you take to brace yo
er)-Why did you send your housekeep- up. Willie-Well, what's teutonic-
er away, since she was such a good something to brace you too much?
cook? The Widower-She made such Frm v.
splendid puddings I was afraid I should Rising From t h, Giave.;
marry her.-Fliegenle Blatter. i A prominent manufacturer, Wmi
-- | Fertwell, of Lucama. N. C., relate:
Huntint for Trouble. I most remarkable.experience. Hese
"I've lived in California 20 years, and "After taking less than thre- bottlc-
a'n still hunting for trouble in the way Electric Bitters, I feel like one risi
of burns, sores, wounds, boils, cuts. from the grave. My trouble is Brit'
sprain -, or a case 4f piles that Buck- disease, in the Diabetes stage. I fua
len's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure," believe Electric Bitters will cure 1.
writes Charles Walters, of Alloghany, permanently. for it has alreadystopp,
Sierra Co. No use hunting, vr. Wal- the liver and bladder con plieatiom
ters; it cures every case, Guaranteed, which have troubled me for years.
Ltt A. H. Brake's store25c. guaranteed at A. H. Brake's stot
.. .. Price only 50c.

t) e,
L, >:' ;o ":

I T ch the maJ
.' i. .. i in o t he

^ i e c'.otil-. which the maid
" *: ,..i, .l'A.'--i.4 hau ;in-' on the
;r n.' o.-" k : o0 sun is Ui). The
ne, '.v c the 'icz;in- counts in his
LtKi: house are the sunbeams
which ii, throa";h the sun's fing.ers.
The blackbird, which nips off the
naid's nose so unceremahiously and
1aus ends the song, is .the sunset or
end of day. The moon and moonbeams
are represented by the queen and her
honey, and thus we have the whole
day amply accounted for.


[Ieal Estato Broker,

St. Andrew, Fla.

Chamberlain s

Cough Remedy
The Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
This remedy is famous for its cures over
a large part o f the civ'ilzed world. It can
always be depended upon. It contains no
opium or other harn2ul drug and may be
given as confldentl y to a baby as to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cte.

Icelli In Colonial 1t, ...
For help the colonial woman had to
choose between an Indian who might!
scalp her If the mood or fancy so dic
tated. "'-blukamnoors" not yet outgrown
Afrlc.ia s:ivagr:'y, the town poor sol(
to the highest bidder, bound convict
transported for crime or ignorant cre1
tures who hlidl been be'.nIle:i t.) '0oa:
ships that carried them-' ,3'f to virtue: I
slavery and "free willers' discontentel.
under and impatient for the end of the-
compacts which bound them. Occa
slonally she had a chance to engage a
*respectable young woman who had
come from England or Holland to find
service, but she never failed to lose
ber. through speedy marriage. Good
Rfile 'the,"Roost" or "RoastT"
Steuelk- Gardener, an under cooke in
tha Cardinal Wolfe Wolsey hys house.
and afterwardes allowed of kyne
Henry the eyght to be a master cooke,
and' hys principal cooke for a long
tyme, ruled the roste In ye kynge's
house as boldly and as saucely as hys
mister dyd before him, as ye blowe
upon his cheke that my Lorde of War-
wyke gave him may bare wytnes.-
Spirituall Physic, 1355.5-

: .1 i F r.
.. . l ':by of Br
;tI ,, a .. 2- tLi';in of r11g-e,1 virtue ;
Ildoi.ita i.!:- v!l!. Some winterl'
while \-.orkhn in his wood lot i
i.s foot L..y, but, bawida,:ing t'
vound ri'g.1y :1.t pauttini" snow i-'
'ifs hbot to stop the ble'tie::. cpti
ted at i. \!r.; k ail !%&iglt.-ll. S -
1 tl'.'te. he' to'k h )'d ;:l. (d.a'l :t
:-.2 :' f-- '" 'v'- l:t> A 1 "-- I (i't
etcf'' I LII e,'l I 'Itrrir was cloer ; aa :i
l..l ul!iitv u" m in at tili C!'.nm 'e"lat.
[a iu c in t.i,.;:t u11 v l .;'.:, ;- that ti;'

a' hotel ro;ytg-- ft',)A <.'y to day '
fre l Q,enoit:;-the "vvetti,'r.m etc. In l
Suro0 .i of ;is s,,l (-.-enmt h1 wW
i ic-ate ltlI;t lI)ece: Libby's 8e:
was uIne'w u-"'. TIlt f.ilioaf 'intg .'
!e ,O'noL t,,-:y '', o Ir of th" l, d rei_
terms nt the I (',u( -1::1; l !I mu o:
*'De!acon l:I;eIn Lilbby diel to;hiy. 1
-i-t t.s -f,.t (,t halv. did not h.ve
\',-ountl tte:nde I t-) ;:!nd w ent to me-,
his (od (in ,:n- 'd for."

He !'aid the Charfges.
A gnest -whi) hadlJ.ul t ri-A 't',rel
,A hotIl was approached by a boy wit
a telegram. It had $1 charges on it.
"What!" said the guest before oper
ing it. "A dollar charges! I won't p ,
it. Anybody who cannot pay for hi
message when wiring me is certainly :
a cheap one. Wait a minute. I'll jusi
let you report this uncollected, and the
sender may pay the charges."
At that he tore the envelope open
As he read a smile settled on his face.
and, pulling a dollar from his pocket.
he handed it to the boy.
"It's all right," he said.
Then he threw the message on the
counter. "Read it!" he said to the
clerk. The message read:
Papa's little girl sends him fifty bushels
of love and wishes he was home to kiss
her good night. NELLIE.
-Denver Post.

The Subtle Poreupine.
"The porcupine has his good points,"
admitted the possum, "but he is an aw-
ful flatterer, you know."
"Flatterer?" echoed the coon blankly.
"Yes. He Is apt to send one away
feeling awfully stuck up."
Honesty and Ability.
Uncle-You see honesty is absolutely
necessary, but ability is equally Indis-
pensable. Nephew-That may be, but
what end does honesty serve? Uncle
-To maintain your obligations. Neph
Sew-And ability? Uncle-To avoid
having them.-Il Mondo Umoristlco.
Is Man a Harder Propositton?
Mrs. Benham-The snake tempted
Eve first. Benham-Yes. I suppose he
wanted to begin on something easy.-
New York Press.

Chas. Blum & Co.
Jacksonville. Fla

.,t ,:s Ia; e some dinner on the
-.. a nervous young gen-
~:i .!i. the first stage of his

S;iy -." 'aid the waiter po
', (hi'l.te or a la carte,

-i." aid the young Benedict,
: ;~~ : +t. l nre'q his wife

t of tc Duke of ,Velling
.ot ;:1 L;!; f 'i'!ni. near l)angan
S:e-..t in> ireland, for
** : 'm a an Wellington
i tie Irish parliament, rang a
;' p al. wheA the teuor, a beau-
t a::ed bell, suddenly broke. It
'.[, u hiy a curious coincidence to
'e D lee cuat in 1769, the year of the
..es :irJLh.

A. FnIouis Old Buildin'.
ev-uns.iog was held the other day on
1 ,ite of the ancient oratory of St.
; .t:"':n. one of the many Irish saints
S ended upon Cornwall In the
... .l s:xth centuries. In a waste
f sad ne:ar the Godrevy lighthouse,
-7 i".h miarl:s ite eastern horn of St.
*"-o b:.y. lie what are regarded as the
"-nimins of the oldest Christian build-
ng Int England. The nave bulges with
;and to the level of the plain and
throughh a grass covered hillock over
:.o'he, -altar protrude a few
:1 .,.: a stormy night
,f 1,-> the sand shifted and revealed
. the lines of a structure about forty-
eight feet long by twelve feet wide,
vvlth a priest's doorway, a small win-
low. traces of stone benches antl an
altar of masonry now gone as the re-
sult of the building being forthwith
used as a cowshed.-London Globe.

Mrs. H. C. Jenks, a relative of Mi
M B. Jenks, and Mrs W. G-. Wi
lian~i, both of Newton. Ills. arrive
on thie Tarpon, last trip, and a,
guests of Mis. M. B. Jekn'N.
A G Chlandlee of Chipley spei
severall dayv of tho. past week in S
Andrew anl vicinity vIoking up,
location, with a view of reimoviig :
the Bay, and also looking up rn,
estate in the interest of other part,
I who have eyes on St. A.ndrews Bay ft,
profitable invest nents.
W. H. Lewis, (tf bylvester, G
who has recently sold his fa;m theo,
came to 3t. Andrew to look for
future home, aud having sati~fi
himself that this is an ideal place i
a residence, returned home to mai
arrangements to nu.ove here with I.
family and buy a home, and assure,
the Buoy that he would return f,
that purpose, probably within ti

The Human Head.
An Irishman once defined the humar
head as "a bulbous excrescence, of spe
clal use to many as a peg for hanging
a hat on, as a barber's blodk for su-
porting wigs, as a target for shoot,
at when rendered conspicuous by
shining helmet, as a snuffbox or a chat
terbox, as a machine for ftting Into t
halter or guillotine, as a receptacle fo
freaks, fancies, follies, passions, preji
dices, predilections-for anything, 1I
short, but brains."

The muffes, cloake, Spanish hat, Toledo
blade, .
Italian ruffe. a shoe right Flemish made.
There seems to have been no foolish
prejudice against foreign made goods
in 160O.-Loudon Chronicle.

The V'orld's Debt to Flowers.
I h:ive never known man or woman
who has not improved in character by
comingig devoted to the affairs of
flowers, and I venture to say that the
world at large is under the deepest
obligation to pansles, violets, roses anJ
lilies, to name but a few of the blos-
soms that silently help the good angel
of mankind.-Christian World.

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.A.,It-s i. .. t'.A.itul Soldier.
During Ristori's first engagement at
adrid an elderly woman one night
gained access to her dressing room and
!arfully begged her intervention on
half of her son, a young soldier con-
lined to death for a serious breach
discipline. At the. close of the per-
;Zanance Ristori was presented to
.seen Isabella, made the required ap-
,eal and obtained the young man's
-ee pardon, perhaps because It gave to
ie queen the opportunity.of a mot-
iat she was certain the actress had
jver before played In a tragedy with
:ch a happy ending. Some years later
.stori again visited Madrid. During
e first performance a soldier among
e audience made a disturbance, was
acted only after severely damaging
number of policemen and was sub-
quently sentenced to a long term of
prisonnment. He proved to be Ris-
Ai's former protege, who, hearing of
r return, had come to the theater In
ier to renew his expression of grati-
e. Unfortunately he had drunk her
lth too enthusiastically beforehand,
'h the result that he finally owed
not only his life, but free board
I lodging for several years into the
:'gain.-London Truth.
New and Old Bank Bills.
according to the Washington Post,
totiug a cashier, bank officials do not
efer fresh new bills to old ones.
everybodyy doesn't care for new
eeabacks," said a cashier. "It Is a
u.mon idea that bank tellers do -not
.re to give up crisp paper money. As
matter of fact, nine cashiers out of
cry ten try to get rid of new money
i quickly as possible after receiving
:. There is grave danger to the aver-
ge paying teller in handling unused
ioney. New bank notes stick togeth-
r. Frequently the ink is not thor-
ughly dry. During our rush period
e.handle a great deal of mouey. It Is
ae easiest thing In the world to make
stakes with new bills when in a
mirry to relieve a long line of waiting
atrous. When possible we give out
ae new bills during hours when there
g no rush. I'd rather pay out a mil-
sion old bills than a hundred new
Running For Exercise.
A.professional runner gives the fol-
,wing suggestions for exercise: Rise
;t 6:30 a. m. Put*on old clothing, easy'
hoes and a sweater. Time for dress-
ag, five minutes. Walk one-fourth of
mile; time, five minutes. Then run
mile at a dog trot in eight minutes,
Lrrauging your circuit of. a mile ana
quarter so that you will finish at
-our- d.or thirteen minutes after start
ing. That exercise will expand your
iings and stimulate your he-rt action
nd land you at your doorstep at 6:48
m. panting far breath, thoroughly
, exhausted and perspiring at every pore
;ou are then ready for your bath and
have and breakfast and for the nat-
'ral. routine of the day. The man of
edentary habits who patiently pur-
nes this exercise may kiss all drugs
How Hle Learned English.
Carl Schurz once told a friend some-
ihing of his early struggles with the
englishh language. Ile knew it about
Anmericin college boys know their
S;:;--t; it is to s-y, 1ar.ly at all.
Sday, "aocidinii su'-h i)ou:-,'Inse must
_'ad." he entered a bookstore and asked
I'or the classic of tlhe English language.
X wise clerk gave him "The Vicru of
"akefleld." Ite carefully translated It
-to German and put his work away
)r six weeks. At the cud of that time
S,,translated his translation back Into
'"glish and tlhen made a searching
oitmparison between his version and
1at of Goldsmith's original. "After
;at," he said; "I knew English."

Dandy's Wardrobe, 1714.
The burglary of a dandy's wardrobe
meant a serious loss when it compris-
ed, as in John Osheal's case in 1714, "a
scarlet cloth suit laced with broad
gold lace, lined and faced with blue; a
fine cinnamon cloth suit, with plate
buttons, the waistcoat fringed with a
silk fringe of the same color, audn a
rich yellow flowered satin morning
gown lined with a cherry colored satin,
with a pocket on the right side."
There is something a little more manly
perhaps In the dress of the gallant of
1600, pictured In one of Rowland's
Behold a most accon:plished cavalier,
That the world's ape of fashions dota
Walking the streets his humors to dis-
In the French doublet and the German

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Pensacola, Arr.ve 5:00 a.m.
Flomaton, Leave 2:33 a m.

New Orleans,

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11:05 p.m. 12:35p. m. Leave Ptnsaoola Arrive 4:0
6:15 a.m. 6-30 Arrive Montgomeay Leave 11:1
11:59 9.. Birmingham 8:3
2:30 8:50 a m Louisville b:l
7:20 1.. "* Cincinnati 6:0
7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m. St. Louis 4:1l

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Pensacola. Ar' 10:50
Bohemia. 10:37
Yniestra. 10:34
Escambia. 10:S32
Mulat 10:23
Harp 10:21
Gait City 10:15
Milton 10:10
Good Range .
Holts 9:35
Milliuran 9:20
Crestview o:t3
*Deer Land 8:55
Mossy Head 8:40
DeFuniak Sprimns 8:18
Artgyle 7:44
Ponce de Leon 7:29
We, tville 7:17
Caryville 7.12
lonifay 6:55
Chlplcvy 6:37
Cottondale f:18l
Marianna 6 100
C'ypres-s 5:38
Grand Ridge 5:32
Sneads 5:21
RiverJutictiou Lcuv.e 51 :1

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Jan. 7. 1907. 1
Notice is hereby given that Mary M.
M. Ilasselborg of Parkor, Florida has
filed notice of her intention to make final
flv,.year proof in support of her claim,
vis: Homisteod Entry No. 31656, made
July 30, 1902, for the aw4 of r wY (Ay
of lot 4) section 19, townltii 4s, r. 13w.
and that said proof will he made before
the clerk ot the circuit court at Vernon,
PFl. on;Feb. 21. 1907.
Ithe names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
A. R. Percival, Martin Davis, Etta
Fez and J. P. Fox, ail of 'arker, p'la.
HRYa S. CHUBs. Register.

Jan 7, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Charles
T Porter of St. Andrew, Fla., hal filed
notice of his intention to make final
fve-yeart proof in support of his claim.
viz: Homestead En ry No 29523, made
Jan. 15 1900, for the ni of nwk. see of
nwi swAof net, section 24. tp. Is r. 14w.
and that said proof will be made before
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Ver-
non, Pa., on Fob. 21, 1907.
Hu names the followinR witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
G. Those, Croom, F. B. Mashburn, J.
B. Brown and J, M. Porter, jr., all of
Bennett, Fla.
HENRY S. CHUBB, tecister.
Gr"Editor's fee paid
A ConfaAO ....
Although Scotia Is now knf,w
mean Scotland, It once was the ir
of Ireland. Two centuries hbefho)r
birth of Christ Ireland was kInoWL
the Greeks as Juvenca. Caesar cal,
It HIbernia, as did also Ptolemy in
map of that Island. It Is said ,
Phoenicians first gave Ireland th, '.!
of Hibernia. meaning thereby "tut
or last habiltatiou." for beyond
land westward the Phoenicians 1n
extended their voyages. Toward!
decllue of the Roman empire the <
try began to be called Scotia. a n
retained by the monastic writers u
the eleventh century. when the ,:
Scotia, having passed to m:D.Ieon ,
land. the ancient n.. o'I'er
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-.v,"id from Dyer's Point to and em-
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.'ho. *'.trg all the lands disposed of by
the Cincinnati Company, also locates-
Earrison, Parker, Cromanton and
fdj.acsnt country. .The pint of the
lots is not shown. but by the aid of
this map the approximate location of
any lot is easily determined. Price
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Our Clubbing List.
The BEO3 has made very liheral clut,-
bing arrangements with a few of the very
Pest publications in the country fnd for
the present can send for a whole year
The BUOY and
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
and Year Book)............. 1.7
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 85
do Semi weekly,fortl 55
Scientific' American' .... 3 5"
Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 2 55
rlaida Agriculturist ... 1 55
de clubnof 5,each ... 2 25
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
S.$iarge pages each issue..... 1 75
A tlanitrComptittition ... 1 75
tN.Y.Worl'd ithr e'i-ca wek)...... 1 75
The Oamiopolitan............... *45
The Criterion.................... 50
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F or Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the .north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter,-or half-acre lots.
tm- ... ..- i,,,A wBrill hbe accordinTs to

Swhim de akpipt his aesa anda lrmn
papers In the big south chamber that
'W A N T had been hbis wife's. He was going there
W A N E D now. If he lived to come back from it.
he would leave behind a new will, one
that would come near to disinheriting
his rebellious child. It would do more
B2y Mfartha than that. It would set forth her re-
McCulloch-.William billion, her neglect of him, in such
Copyright, by. C. r fashion as to shame her, here where
honor to parents was so vital a part of
Orestes Magin. stood twirling his red Painfully, with set teeth and agoniz-
mustache, his eyes downcast, his heart ed twinges, he won to his goal and sat
beating like a trip hammer. Well In front of the opened desk. He found
might It beat fast! He had just asked the will readily and tore it through an-
Squire Malcom for his daughter. The grily, then wrote upon the biggest frag-
squire was a choleric person at the meant, "This is the work of a neglected
best of times, but this morning his father."
humor was fiendish. Orestes, of course, But all this had taken time, and dusk
did not know that was falling rapidly.
There was a reason for the mood, ie snatched up a fresh sheet and
slight, to be sure, but any reason was began to write, but the racing dark-
sufficient when the time came for one ncs vwas too quick for him. Before he
of the old gentleman's rages. He was was half through he stopped and look-
nearly as proud of his melon patch as ed about him, full of thwarted, impo-
of his daughter and felt It a personal tent rage. He flung out his hand and
insult if anybody else presumed to struck it against a taper which had
have melons earlier. Yet here were lain there 1o long he had forgotten it.
those miserable Dawsons, outlandersa, By its feeble light he finished the new
city bred at that, sendiPe him a melon will and signed his name with a heavy,
fully ripe with their compliments and scrawling flourish.
all because he had laughed at Dawson Slowly, heavily, he got up and tried
and his gardener when they had talked to steady himself while he put the
to him about a certain extra early crutches in place, but a sharp twinge
kind. made him stagger. He lost balance
Now, it would be quite ten days be- and fell prone, overturning the lighted
fore he could return the sending. taper and bringing It in contact with
"Want my girl,, eh? Isn' tthere the contents of an open drawer. They
something elset- Dohl" ti ealy blazed up merrily. In a wink the
mouthed. Ask for my eyeteeth or the whole room was ablaze. As he lay
farm and all the money I e got in helpless he saw the flames lick at the
bank!" he roared at poor Orestes, who carvings on top of the desk. Then in-
stood nervously shifting his feet. "By deed the squire groaned aloud and
George, sir, I'm amazed at your mod- dragged himself to the open window.
eratlon! Of course I've raised Edith A wall of fire was behind him, be-
just a-purpose to see her throw herself fore him a fall of almost twenty feet!
away. Don't interrupt me, sir! I To swing out and drop down below
know all you're going to say-you love meant certain death even if he had
her and don't care a bit that she'll strength for- it. He shouted, but noth-
have more money than any other girl ing came of it. Sally was really fast
around. I've heard that from better asleep In the cool back yard. He shut
men than you are. I tell you, as I've his eyes and thought of Edith's moth-
told them, she's not for any such cat- or. In the great extremity there came
tie. I want her myself yet awhile, a flash of comfort-when he was dead
When I give her up it's going to be to both wills would be burned, and Edith,
a matn. Be off with you now, sir, and his only child, would have everything.
don't let me see you here again-not e ought to have been angry, but
unless you're willing to swear there somehow he could not be. The mount-
shall be no more of this nonsense." ing flames made his own wrath look
"I'm going," Orestes said hoarsely, poor and tame. He had given up and
turning half about. "But what you was waiting for the end when straight
.call 'this nonsense' is going to last- -
with me and with Edith, too, I believe, through the wall of fire there burst a
with me and with Eda t to e slim figure, sheeted and blackened, but
We'll wait a year to let you come to a
better temper. But I'm going to see moving like the light itself. In a wink
her across your gate every little while. it had torn off the wet blankets pro-
I won't ever set foot on your land tecting it, swathed the squire in them
again, though, unless you ask it." and was bearing him out to safety re-
"Do you think I'll have such scandal- gardless of the flames that leaped at
ous behavior?" the squire shouted. A its own head. Once through the door
hand fell over his lips. Edith had other arms laid hold on him and helped
crept up behind him. to bear him down the stairs. When be
"Unless you will have it I shall go came to himself fully he was stretched
with Restes right straight off," she on the grass at a safe distance, while
said, with a set of the mouth and a neighbors and farm folk fought the fire
lowering of the brow that made of her to a finish.
her father's daughter. In suffocating The squire lay very still, but kept his
anger that forbade speech the squire eyes on one slim scorched figure that
waved the pair away. Edith would led all the rest. When the danger was
not go. She held out her hand to Ores- past he raised himself on his elbow
tes, saying: "I'll be at the gate tonight. and said, pointing to the slim leader:
We'll settle things there." Than as "Daughter, I take back everything
the voung fellow strode off she fetched You've chosen a man."

School water to bathe the squire's head,
fanned him and made him sit under
the grapevines, saying no word to him
until he had come to a semblance of
reason. When she saw his head droop
thoughtfully and his cane make faint
plunges into the turf she whispered:
"Don't fret yourself sick, father. You
know you can't really say anything
against Restes. He's as good as he's
"He's a molly coddle, brought up at
his granny's apron strings," the squire
"Then I like molly coddles, and I've
been brought up to know men," she
said, running away to see about din-
ner. The squire looked after her with
a scowl that softened at last to a sigh.
He thought the world of her. Love was
Indeed at the bottom of his scorn for
poor f)resteoi.
Fate had hard lines ahead of the
squire. Edith went duly to the gate
every Wednesday evening at sundown
and spent ai hour there in earnest
talk with her sweetheart. Even the
squire could not bring himself to Ig-
nore Orestes completely when they
met. but he never went ibcyond the
gruff nod all the three Sundays before
he was laid t y the heels. Obstinacy-
of man and beast-brought that about
Blicky, the )bug,,y mare. took occasion
to ba!k Just at the top of the lane
hill. and. Instead of humnoring her by
walkinZg up what remained of the rise.
her master sat ti.rht and tried to makc
her pull him. The result was much
bacKing, kicking and at fast an upset
vehicle and a broken leg for the squire
with the prospect of spending a month
at least flat on his back.
He roared and raged If by any chance;
Edith was out of his sight. For twc
weeks she did not see (Or-Ites, bul
when the third Wednesday came shc
put on her bonnet with the air of a per
son not to be galusald. At the door o'
the squire's room she paused to say
"If you want anything, father, rWfig
your hell It's right there at hand-and
Sally will come in. You'd better ring
It every little while, else she'll go to
sleep. I hate going, but there is nc
other way-not unless you"-
She stopped tentatively, her eyec.
wistful. The squire glared at her. hi'
eyes full of fury. "So! This is your no
tion of duty," he said thickly. "Very
well. (% your gait! I'm old and help
less, but there are a few things I can
"Yes. you can ring for Sally and
scare her out of her wits." Edith said,
trying to laugh as she walked away.
At the doorstep she was tempted to
go back, but the thought of Orestes
waiting so patiently at the roadside
was too much for her.
The squire lay for ten minutes tense-
ly brooding, his fence drawn and lined.
Then he sat up and began recklessly to
bitch himself out of bed. Within reacb
were the crutches which he was to es
say tomorrow. Once he put out hi?
hand to the bell, but drew It back. mut
tearing: "No! By the Lord, I'll do it al
myself! I'll show them they can't runi
over me--not quite." Then. still mut
tearing and mumbling, lie wrapped hiii
,elf in his dressing gown. readied for
ihe crutches and swayed and staggcr'eJ

:tcros to the d. r.
The squire sat down hDavily upon tht.
second. step of the broad stairway an;
0cgan craftily g)ing up backwarki. He
lifted himself from Iread to tread, then

Baneroft's Answer.
I have just heard a good mot-it Is
not more than a mot-of Bancroft, the
American historian, who is now Un1t-
ed States minister at Berlin. Loftus,
our ambassador there, thought, I sup-
pose, that the Yankee was a fair and
would be an easy butt for the shafts
of his peculiarly refined wit, so at-
tacks him before a hundred listeners
on some public occasion with "In God's
name, Mr. Bancroft, why don't you
Yankees send your representatives to
court like Christians, In a proper uni-
form, Instead of turning them out all
dressed in black, like so many under-
Whereto Bancroft replies: "Really,
Lord Augustus, I am surprised that
you, as ambassador of the queen of
England and with those keen powers
of penetration for which you are so
generally distinguished, should have
failed to perceive that we could not be
more appropriately dressed than we
are at European courts, where what
we represent is the burial of mon-
archy."-From Letters of Lord Lytton.

Shoplifters In Dookatores.
"Ours is one business in which there
are no women shoplifters," said a
bookseller yesterday. "We are trou-
bled with shoplifters, but they are all
men. Women don't seem to have any
time for, book stealing. It's remark-
able how many thefts we detect in the
course of a week. Visitors who look
,)rosperous enough to buy whole li-
braries are often caught abstracting
a twenty-five cent book. I figure that
this Is due to the great temptation.
You see. In bookstores callers are given
the run of the place and are at liberty
to examine the stock at their leisure.
A man picks up some little volume he
may want, and, seeing no one at hand,
the temptation to get something for
nothing is too much for him. He slips
the coveted article Into his pocket, but
we have wary salesmen, and most such
offenders are tripped up. Then they
have to pay for the purloined volumes
and are warned that more serious con-
sequences will follow any repetition of
the shop!lfting."-Philadelphia Record.
Big Differences.
"What!" said the judge. "You ex-
pect me to send your husband to prison
when you acknowledge that you threw
five flatirons at him and he only threw
one at you?"
"Yes; that's all right, judge," said
the irate woman, "but, then, the one
he threw hit me."

Smoked Glaxs.
Murphy-Well, this bates the mis-
chief. Dooley tole me that if I shmok-
ed a piece of glass I'd be able to see
the sphots on the sun. Sure, ain't I
fairly kilt wid trying to make me
pipe draw? 'Tis the way, I'm thinking,
that either I haven't the right kind of
glass or else Dooley's been fooling me.
-London Tit-Bits.

Took Wind Out of Their Sails.
Addressing one of his southern audi-
ences, Sam Jones once requested all
the husbands present who had not
spoken a harsh word to their wives for
a month to stand up. He shook hands
with those who arose and then Intro-
duced them to the rest of the audi-
ence as the "twenty-seven biggest liars

"Calumet," supposed to be an Indian
word meaning "pipe df peace," was
wholly unknown among the savages.
It is Norman and signifies in general a
pipe. The pipe of peace was a "ga-
nowdaoe" among the Iroquois and a
"poagun" among some other tribes.
The Algonquins called it "poagan," the
Winnebagoes "tahneehoo" and the Da-
cotahs "chaindonhoopa."

The Goulf Stream.
Western Flurope's climate would be
changed entirely were the isthmus of
Panama and adjacent territory to be
submerged, for in that case the equa-
torial current would be carried into the
Pacific ocean, and the gulf stream.
which does so much to warm Europe.
would.not emerge into the Atlantic.

SWatch Jewels.
A jeweler, no matter how dishonest,
would not steal the jewels in a watch,
for they are valueless. They cost only
10 cents piece. In antique watches
the jewels were often costly. In mod-
ern watches they are never worth more
than $15 a gross.-Argonaut.

Salnuting n Ghost.
A famous Scotch dean used to tell
a ghost story the clew to which is in
the question. "Weel. master ghalst, Is
this a general rising or are ye just tak-
ing a daunder frae yer grave by yer-

Ineopsotency with ourselves is the
greatest weakness of human nature.-

A Possible Exception.
A high schoolteacher was examining
the physiology class.
"How.many ribs have you. Charles?"
he asked.
"Why er -- I don't know," said
"Didn't the text books state?" he
then queried somewhat sharply.
"Yes-oh, yes--of course, but, you
see, I'm long wa.sted."

Den Butler's Retort.
An oll lawyer in speaking about Gen-
eral Ben Butler said: "Ben Butler was
a terror and a torment to the judges.
On one occasion Judge Sanger, having
been bullied and badgered out of all
patience, petulantly asked, 'What does
the counsel suppose I am on this bench
for?' Scratching his head a minute.
Butler replied. 'Well I confess your
honor's got me there.' "

Worship a Denl.
When Dean Swift was called to the
living of Loracor he inaugurated the
custom of reading prayers on Wednes.
day and Friday. At the first Wednes-
day service be waited in vain for any
one to appear except his clerk Roger.
At length he began, "Dearly beloved
Roger, the Scriptures moveth you and
me in sundry places," and so proceed-
ed to the end of the service.-Harper's
Black and white pepper are from the
same round seed of a tropical plant
The white is ground after the black
outer skin has been removed. That is
the only difference. The white is con-
sidered less irritating to the stomach.
It is also preferred for dishes consist-
ing of cream and milk, such as Oyster
stews, creamed potatoes and the like.

Always Flashing.
Tess-She certainly Is the lucklesi
girl. Jess-You mean because she has
an engagement ring? Tess-Not oihlj
that, but she's left handed.-Philidel
(hia PrPe"

"The Gold and Silver Gospels" is the
name of a very peculiar book now pre-
served in the Upsala library In Swe-
den. It lIprinted with metal type on
violet colored vellum, the letters being
silver and the initials gold. When it
was printed, by whom or what were
tl.e methods employed are questions
which have great interest for the curi-
ous, but have never been answered.

A Choice of Evilm.
Landlady-Would you advise me to
send my daughter to a cooking school
or to a music school? Boarder (reflec-
tively)--Well, I think I'd send her to a
cooking school. It may be more fatal
in its results, but it isn't anything like
so noisy.
How They Get In.
Knicker Are children allowed In
your flat? Bocker--No. We brought
ours in under the head of musical in-
struments.-New York Sun.

A Splendid Gain.
Hobson-How did you enjoy your
summer trip, Bagley? Bagley-Had a
delightful time; gained 130 pounds.
Hobson One hundred and thirty
pounds! I don't believe It! Bagley-
Don't you? Well, here it comes down
the street. Just wait a moment, and
I'll introduce you.

Overheard In the Art Gallery.
They were making the usual round
of exhibitions.
"Oh," he exclaimed, "do look at thati
beautiful Apollo Belvedere!"
"Sh!" she returned. "Don't say 'dear'
so loud. Everybody'll know we're just

Not Finding Fault.
"So you never find fault with your
wife's cooking?"
"I should say not," answered Mr.
Meekton. "When my wife condescends
to cook I say everything I can to en-
courage her."-Washington Star.

How Long the Bills Last.
A dollar bill has an average life of
about fifteen months. Two dollar bills,
not being quite so actively used, last
on the average more than sixteen
months. A five dollar bill lives on an
average two years before it is worn
out and the government is called upon
to replace It Ten dollar bills last about
three years and twenty dollar bills
more than four years.-Youth's Com-

Knew the Meumre.
"When you get your groceries today,"
said the butcher to his wife, "don't go
to that little grocer next door to my
"Why not?" she demanded.
"Because he sent in yesterday and
t(rrrrowed an old pair of scales."

A man should have sense and wo-
man taste.
The smartest bass finally runs across
a bait that fools him.
Every man thinks he could trot some
pace if he wasn't hobbled.
People are compelled to smother
resentments at least a dozen times a
A man who has a falling out with
more than two of his neighbors ought
to look himself over.
A clever mimic would be good com-
pany were It not for the feeling that
he is also a clever raimic behind your
When a man catches a big string
of fish. ipsw he love ta carry it along
tIh main street of the town in which
e lives! All of uV like to display our
'i; catches ia othor linues.--Atchisaon

The Java Python.
No creature of tihe jungles of Java i
more ff'.rod than the terrible pythor
\. htnnter tells of His erperieicn-e wit'
m)' of tie.e huge snakes. "Glunina
'ue day near the Wasll riv'r. in tl:
trioo; of the islt ,:(d." he says. "
-.tce!:o(d a number of wild l:-,) comni
,o tLe water to drink. Siadde:ly tl:
':e:.d of a sa:il;i ros,;, oe .o th e gras
a ; og s'lpie:l. A python ha.
e'zed a full grrvwn one. eadsil tthre
"et hirh at the s-ho l'or. ,anI! th!lr
w\o c0ls around tle body. U under t
':e'ii.is s pressure thee !ho .see(ni-
) leIgthen. and when t'he snake it
filedd I s:(:-.v only i stripp of mIp
)>thing (list inguishabli'e Nat the hIe:,
Sshit the sn:ike. It was twelve fe:
>n)g and Mseven inches thIrough. ar
,t itt" (s i!s l'A:,d crushed the bones 4
p like"e hipq. There is no don"
Iat hi}daden away in vast samnps,
,e in.ter'Ior are minny anacondas,
im'inou. s z. r.-rtleg ha.ve be
nado uTi to hunIt the.ni. but the ial]
Ious climate drives them hack."

Two Poor Ones.
During one of Edwin Forrest's ei
gagat.-ilts in Boston a poor artist ca0
ed several tines to see the gr at act.,
at the old Winthrop HIonse. I'ach tinie
he brought a piictunr which he hn-
painted. He fiually left it w i:h a no'
statingg that he was in needy circuli.
stances. Forrest read the note an,
took the wrapping from the picture. I
proved to be a painting of h'mself a.
Spartacus. Fo-rest g:ized ipon it r
moment and then ejaculated to th,
clerk: "Give hium $10). If he is as po'i
as his picture, lie must be on Ihe point
of starvation."
Ireinntd's ( oii'--t (-li7..
T'le lin-est clifT sei-f ry i'.i t '"nit"
Kinzn don l i on t'. *.o: t of t!: ( )I:
if Done'gal. at the n)fth:we .t 1f I;
::11 d 'a('; i;ig Ihe A tl:i ":: i,-. \ -h r .. i
.'ar'ety 'n.,:!' g:randcnr of the '*liifts
,nost thrill.; iO:d t r;'-s:;ive li
leaguee, soa:t:> of (tl N: ('oiUnliuki e.
su p'r ) intro !'acti':i t) o '.o.tg
i:. t. p~iien'ot's. ln ie'.z..' than if:0
ti;I' |'Cr0 1 "hi, E K;; :i'.':' !ik )i.l ;;iia:. 1v';
tS I].1g0! Of l 'elIrly 2 (00t) feet. I i
.3Ian-d f A-ill o.A the wct< c->.st
lrel;and, the clliz of ("r.hlin. :
Chill [lead. rise sheer" fir,::, tie v,
er's edge to t!.e dizzy heigLt of 3,0(i
"eet.-Londor, Stand.;rd.
The secret of pror.wss Ilc In kno,'
,ng how to make u11S n.; t o'f whit vv
have chosen, but of what Is for e
Vpon us. u
The Stat~:a of a Meteorite.
A metear;te fell on a V'mrnrni f1"ar
in 1896. It was a valuable ineteori
ind the landlord at once stepped i:
and claimed It. "All minerals at
metals on the land belong to me," I
iaid. "That's in the lease."
But the tenant demurred. "This in'
teorite," he said, "wasn't o. the farni
you must remember, when the le-r
was drawn up."
The landlord perceived the just
of that claim. lie thought a momen-
Then he said decisively, "I claim 1'.
as flying game."
But the tenant was ready for hiL
"She's got neither wings nor feather.-
he said. "Therefore, as groundI gai:
she's mine."
They continued their argument, ai
In the heat of it a revenue ohilcer, a
driving with a truck, proceeded to p
the meteorite aboard. "I claim ht
for the government," he said, "a.s a
article. Introduced into the country.
without payment of duty."

HIM Mistake.
Rupert-Why did yon ask her to mar-
ry you? Harold-Well, I thought sh.
was sensible, but hanged if she didn't
accept me!
Teacher-Now, you have a!j stud!e,
about liquid measure, and I think yo-
know It. Johnny. you may now tell mn
what measure treats of inches, fet ant
tards. Johnny-Tape measure, teacher

The Lolsters.
"Well," said the first lobster In *
bored tone, "what are you going to d<
"Get dressed .for dinner." the second(
lobster answer, yawning.

A present joy is worth a thousand
past sorrows or future tips.-State

Selence and Maanfaeture.
In the Zeiss glass works at Jena four-
teen doctors of science are employed,
and these include mathematicians as
well as physicists. The great German
aniline color works employ more "sci-
entific" than "technical" chemists. At
one of them, for instance, fifty-five sci-
entific and thirty-one technical chem-
ists are engaged, at a second 145 scien-
tific chemists and 175 technologists, at
a third 148 scientific chemists for sev-
enty-five technielsts. The research lab-
oratories of thee works are lavishly
equipped. One of them possesses a li-
brary of 14,000 volumes. A second
spends 150,000 francs a year on glass-
ware. These things are po doubt ex-
pensive, but these great factories still
manage to pay a dividend of from 20
to 80 per cent. Every newly discovered
substance which is usable is patented,
and In this way Germany has managed
to establish a monopoly. The house of
Baeyer possesses a thousand patents at
home and 1,200 in foreign countries.-
London Graphic.




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What you can't find at any other Store, come to the R A C K E T
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Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
*rliiiiiti;ilillillIi.Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts. -4- Cup of Tea, 5 Cts. .'iiiini

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialtie.
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This is the latest ani most coinplete
Hand i-low for working plants in thu garden. It
Ssset-adjtustable; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in the
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It ha a
24-inch steel wheel, the height of which makv-
the plow light of draft. It has Five blades .:
a turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweep or weediau
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
We have made arrange o:;,! b,
wnich e ean furnish this pow ,
the actory price, s$3.7i, w:.


right to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making he plow, de;ver,o
$4.50. But the BUOY proposes to do better than this ~nd will-cu ad ti h ;t .
one year and furnish one of these plows complete at the fNctory .o, : 4.50
purchaser to pay freight -
The plow may be see n operatiibn at the editor' residence a'n t v: ,**
Order from the BuoY direct.

A auo guaranteed if you us
S-D. Matt. Thompon, Sp't
OGaded S hools, Stateasvlle, N.C.. writes: "I can say ASA"s, CTwra u RMaw .I r S.u Irr.-.-rI kr. rra-i.r-
they do all you claim for them." Dr. 8. M. Devore, [P011R KNOWN TO FAIL, 0. -9 r. ,- ,.
Raven Rock, W. Va., writes; They give unlversala ti a io arca eed or aocu. p rtj &L-
faction." Dr. H2 D McOll, Clsrksburg, Tenn., writes: r p.00 per p ot will aeu, hem. e triu .i .r
"In a practice of 21 years, I have found no remedy, when i]evei S0amnp Fre I yuur drun r-. a 0 .t o
equal yorim.*- Paaes, 0 CaNrs. Samples Free. Sold have hmseI d yourorlder teithe -

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We are the Largest MailOrderWhiskey fousetn the 5cuth
10 All the Carolina and Virg;nia Whiskey we sell
Is good; there's no bad.
IrenlA ptLoberewonldn td lerateIf - yareJoo ot -. eaet
l imorg e inau old whi,.key Iwn comrotitor.

SI Va made byhonest people here in thm taou 1tn3 of F. C. r-d v'd ol 6n II
cop wr till,lts t an is js to.6a0Ipi bynsir r.lt ndta t ">c. F F r .;-;,;-.- 1
at .O to $ .o 6 per r,,t ...n o th' ,
orwewilbuyltback. We hv i t.-l"f --ocoo nd our i f "* i
tr odnct thais oe ls-- teatWB rF Cr .!. ^
for .$9 If &-.90!Is oieatWi d taiL.'va- d r 1t-.fr, ,n L
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The Bed And the Candidates.
Judge Harlan and James B. McCrea-
ry once canvassed Kentucky together
as the Republican and Democratic can-
didates for governor. They traveled
abovet the state on a joint debating trip
and in many small mountain places
had to sleep in the same bed. They
were warm personal friends and so
did not object to this intimacy. One
nighi Mr. Harlan got into bed first.
Senator McCreary was not far behind,
and just as he entered the bed Judge
Harlan raised his bulky form and said
In his steutorian voice, "McCreary,
there is one thing certain-the next
governor of Kentucky Is in this bed."
As he spoke the bed slats broke, and
Judge iHarlan rolled to the floor. Sena-
tor McCreary caught and held himself
In bed, and, as Judge Harlan reached
the floor, said: "John, you are right.
The next governor of Kentucky ia still
In this bed."
The World as It Is.
A world without mistakes and with-
out suffering would be a world without
real men and women, without litera-
ture, without music, without painting
or sculpture and without love, and
even without history, for history is a
record of struggles toward better and
higher things. Without obstacles to
overcome and erroW to correct men
and women would lapse to a level with
beasts in mentality. Intellectual and
spiritual development would cease and
souls not refined by the fire of ordeals
would die of something akin to fatty
degeneration. The races would perish
of ennui or inanity. After all, it's a
pretty fair sort of world as it stands
-Louisville Courier-Journal.

To Cheer Him.
The wife of his bosom was going to
leave him for a fortnight, and Fits-
Tomkins was trying his very best t.
look sad.
"My dear," he said, chakiag bick a
chuckle with his handkerchief and wipe
Ing his eyes, "I hardly like to thnuk
how I shall miss you. -T*l.? e--.\,ii:-
will be so long and lonely without you
I shall have no one to talk to."
"George." said Mrs. Fits, ..uvi :ng
him with a marble eye, "I have pro-.
vided for your comfort In, this as in
every other way. When you return
home you will find dear mother there.
She will remain tifl I '.mtne back and
keep you company Ih the evenings
And as the train slowly glided out of
the station the guard wondered why
Fitz-Tomkins nearly bit him when be
Insinuated a tip.-London Telegraph.

Six Fingered alonkcr..
In several places in Cape (Colony amd
the Orange Free State of Soutth Africa
caves have been discovered which
yielded hundreds of mummified re
mains of a queer species of six lirgar,..
monkeys. All of the full grown spec
imens of this remarkable race ha"e
the tail situated high upion'the back--
from three to five tInches farther up
than on the modern monkey-and other
distinguishing marks, such as two sets
of canine teeth, beards on the males,
Necessary Limitations.
Physician-I would suggest a diet
Patient-Well. It will have to be some-
thing that agrees with the cook.-New -
or k Sun.
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