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Publication Date: July 14, 1910
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VOL, XX. ST. ANDREWS, FLA., JULY 14, 1910. NO.

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.S. Senator-ist District. W. H. Milton. Mari-
anna; sd Distrit. I. P. TasFeero Jacksonville
eTamP'2d District, Frank Clark. Lake City
3d DistLrict. Danitte H. Mays, Monticello.
Land Office-Registrar, Shields Warren; Rceeiv
er, H. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
itate--Governoi, Albert W. Gilchrist; Secretary
H. C. Crawford; Treasurer, W. V. Knott: Attor
ney-General, Park M. Trammel; Comptroller
A. J. Croom; Superintendent of Public Instruc
ion, W. M. oloway; Commissioner f gri
culture. B. E. McLin; Chemist, R. E Rose
Ajeologist, E. H. Sellards; Auditor, Ernest Amos
Adjutan-General, J. Clifford R. Foster; Rail
road Comissioners--R. C. Dunn.. R. Hudsor
Burr N. A. Blitch and S. E. Cobb, clerk.
State Senator-Buell Cook, Chipley.
Washington County-Representative, R, L. Mc
Kenzie, Panama City; County Judge, 1. A
Hutchisonn Clek of Court, County Clerk. Re
corder of iDeeds. W C. Lockey; Sheriff, C. G.
Allen, Vernon Deput, y C. .r Danford; Tar
Collector, W. BGainer; Treasurer, H.B. Tiller
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. Williams, Chipley
Vernon; Tax A esdo Gainer, Wausau
County Superintendent. B. F. Gainer. Wausau
Survey Tho. Collins Vernon; County Com-
iniss'Wrifr'. First District, Thomas Brock; Sec
nd,,sonersIC. S. Bush; Third District, I. M
innmons: F.:, rth District, B. F. Evans; Fall
District, J. H. ort or H Drummond
St. Andrews, Town~ yor. H. Dumond
Clerk, Jno. R. Thompson; L. Marshal, Chas. L
Clerk,. Aldermen, '. M. Ware George W.
Surbe, Jr. L. Vickery, J T. Gwaltney, F
Bullock; justice of the Peace, John Sturrock
Notaries, W. A. Emmons, A. H.Brake, F. Bul
lock; School Directors, G W. Surber, Sr., T. B
D. Gainer, M. G. Post,.A. HI. Brake; Postmaster
Mrs. M4. Ros1.
PanMr. MC t Postmster. Mrs. Belle Boothe
Deputy Sheriff, Ai Hogeboom. u e o
Millville--Postmaster ............ .. tle, Justice
the Peace, G. M. B. Iames; Constable, J. H,
ParkerPostmster. F. M. Boutelle; Notary
Public, W. H. Parker
Caow -Postmater. N. Carlisle.
Allan te--Postmast ter Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster...............
SouthportPostmaster. R. Barnett.
Gay-Postmistress Mrs. R. Gay
Bayhead---0' ostmistress, Kinie ewman.
Goec-Posttnaster. J. J- Fowle'r.
Wctappo--Postmistress Mrs. Dyer.
Murfee--Postmaster, James M. Murtee.
Calhoun County. Cromanton-Postmaster. Nora
I Hoskins.
Famdale--Postmaster W. F. Woodford.

Batist-Church Wyoming ave. and Pearl st,
ev, Herman SHoward. postorrea ching ev-
ery second Sunday, morning and evening; SuU-
day School every Sunday at a, m.; Prayer
service every Thursday evening at 8 o'ccok.
Methodist Episcopal--- nich Washingto Ave
Mand Chstt S. Sunday School 9:3o a. m.
every Sunday. Rev. F. Wineman. pastor.
esbyterian-Church corner Loraine Ave. and
Prrake St. Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. every
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
tree, pastor..
aolic-Church corner Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
W EO. & A. M. .
Regular Commu-
nications on the first
and third Saturdays
in each month.
a lLtilig llrotLhera
it. E PAbEsK Suorttary
. a.. -A --
Notary Public for State at Large; has jurisdiction
to administer oaths, take affidavits, legalize
*ckno.ledgerinents. etc,. anywhere in Florida.
Special attenr.,n given to land conveyances
and marriage ceremony performed for lawfully
ua ified parties. Office at the Buoy Oice.
t. Andrewsb

Doctor of Medicine, Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
ees of Women and Children my pecialty.
VIotary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.

Notary Public for State at Large. Office at Store
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
ticq of the Peace, Dist. No. 5. Offce at resi-
dence in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
his seal with him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments, wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
Sdiction Collections a specialty.

Notary Public for the State of Florida at Large.
Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
ment of taxes for non-residents, specialties.

SFor *ale !
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
aship 4.south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Mlllville on the south. Will be
Sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W. A- EMMONP "9.

A Golden Wedding
mrean a that a man and wife have lived
to a good od age and cunsequently
have kept happy. The best way to keep

healthy is to see that your liver does
its duty 365 days out ot 365. The only
way to do this 'is to keep Ballard's
Herbine in the house and take it
whenever your liver gets inactive. 50e.
per bottle. Sold by Gainer Mercantile
Won by a Noae.
"Bernard Shlaw." asal a dramatic
critic. alwaysy s doe,. the original thing.
I went to see *C(Jnitr and (le iopt ra
with him onlce. Hndl as we stood ll the
alsle-- le i>. iwe w:is crowdedl-a strast-
ger hlehlid 1u1 pewrsiisted in pokig hlis
head right over Shaw's sbouhler.
"Shaw then did the original thhig.
Taking out hiis handkerchief, he wiped
the aIn's nose. pattnlug and twisting
It pretty vltorously.
"The uont. with nn ugly oath. jerked
back bis head.
U Oh, I beg your pardon.' said Shaw.
,.; 'I thought it was mine, you know.'"-
Washington Star.

Ready to Bargain.
Suitor (to her father)-Sir, I love the
Sery ground your daughter treads on.
Father (grimly)- Well, young man. you
~ti't the first party that's had an at-
tachment for it. Howsomever.. if you
love it well enough to come and help
pay up the mortgage on it you can
: marry Sara.-elxchanige.

$1.00 a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept. 3, 1902, at St. Andrews,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congrress of Earch d, 1879.




Why an Alias?
One afternoon, when the Duke of
Edinburgh and Sir Arthur Sullivan,
having finished a duet, were sitting
down to a homely "dish of tea" pro
vided by Mrs. Sullivan, the compoeer'a
mother, it suddenly occurred to her to.
start the subject of family names auno
titles, whk-h puzzled the good lady
"Sir," she said, "your family name L.
"My dear mother," Legan Arthur.
"But it is, isn't it?" she plrsisted.
"Certainly," replied the duke, much
amused. "What's the matter with it,
Mrs. Sullivan ?"
"Oh. nothing," returned the excellent
old lady musingly. "Only I can't un-
derstand why you don't call yourself
by your proper name."
Arthur wanted to explain to her, but
the duke would not allow him to.
"There's nothing to be ashamed of
in the name of Guelph, Mrs. Sullivan,"'
he said gravely.
"That's exactly what I say," persist-
ed Arthur's mother; "nothing what-
ever as far as I know, and, that being
so, why you should not call yourself
by it I can't understand."-F. C. Bur-
nand's "Records and Reminiscences."

A Great Relief.
An old organ blower lay on his
deathbed. He was a good old fellow,
and everybody liked him. He had al-
ways been ready to do anything and
everything connected with the church
without complaining, but had evident-
ly had his own troubles which he had
kept locked in his breast.
The curate was with the old man,
soothing and comforting him as best
he could.
"Would you mind, sir," said the sick
man, "asking the organist to play the
dead march over me? Lor', but I just
love that dead march!"
"Certainly, with pleasure, Mr.
Jones," replied the curate.
"Thank'ee, sir; none o' that there
tweedledum Beethoven, you know, but
"I can promise that much, my good
man," said the curate.
The old man lay placidly for awhile
and then exclaimed with fervor. "How
thankful I am that I shan't have to
blow for him when he plays the loud
part at the eud!"'

Slamese Tobacco.
The best tobacco in Siam Is grown
at Petchabun. It is planted in open
fields near the town after the floods in
September or October, and the first
crop, or tips, wtich is considered the
best quality. Is gathered about Febru-
ary' and the last about the beginning
of May. The very best quality cannot
be purchased, as It is reserved for the
special use of the king and sent down
to Bangkok, where it is smoked in the
palace and distributed to the chief of-
ficers of stat5.

Never Loarned How to Live.
There are olplek' who go through
life looking for slights, and they are
necessarily miserable, for they find
grievances everywhere. One has the
same pity for such men as for the
very poor. They are the morally Illit-
erate. They have had no real educa-
I;on. for they have never learned how
to live.

Still In th Family.
Jack--My grandfather had a very
fine collection of sliver. .whihb he be-
(lueathe(d to myu father on the condi-
tion that it should always remain In
the family. Ethel-'Then you have It
still? Jack--Well--er-m'y uncle has it.

by screaming out like a hawk. Of
course they scatter In every direction,
and when they do so the mischievous
rascal gives vent to a cackle that
sounds very much like a laugh.

The Real Test.
"iMy husband sl the kindest man-
lets baby break his watch or pull his
mustache and never scolds It at all."
"But did the baby ever get hold of
one of hlv pipes? That's the real test"
-Buffalo Express.

The Work of Time.
"And to think." sighed the man who
was trying to find a belt which was
long enough to be buckled around
him. "that the boys at school used to
call me Skinny '--Chicago Record-
H erad.

He Gave It.
The Girl (rather weary, at 11:30
p. m.--l don't know -a thing about
baseball. The Beau-Let me explain
it to you. The Girl-Very well; give
me an Illustration of a home run.-

Simplicity It. of all things, the hard-
est to be copied:-Steele.


Display adv. rates, 50c. per inch
per month. Position and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first in-
sertion; 21c per line each subse-
quent. Display locals double
above rates.

If this paragraph is checked with a
bluepencil it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be kent
you that no breani may occur should
you choose to renew.

The lady readers ot the Buoy
may be interested in the liberal list
of premiums offered in the woman's
department of the Pensacola Inter
State Fair, which is under the man
agement of Miss Elise Chipley.
Pretty nearly everything in the
way of home work. fiom a pound
of butter to a collection of gerani
uIns, is included in the list of arti-
cles for which liberal premiums are
offered. The children are not for-
gotten, either; but are offered liber-
al premiums for their exhibits.
Send a postal card, either to Miss
Elise Chipley, Manager Woman's
Dept, or to Gen. Mgr. R. W. Storrs,
Pensacola, Fla. A copy will be
sent, free.

The taste of Despond.
One of the finest trench renatsance
bolldingl in Franco Is the Castle of
Despond, famous in the legendary lore
of the Toulousain country in which it
stands. Over the window of one of
the inner courtyards is sculptured In
;he stone a head above the motto.
"Plus d'Espoir." These were the last
words of Rose de Martial, whose story
has been sung by the poets of Tou,
louse. She was the daughter of the
house of Martial, to whom the castle
belonged, and she was courted by the
lord of Castelnat, whose manor she
could see from her window.- But. al-
though she was beautiful and tender
hearted, the lord jilted her, and she
fell into a melancholy. She eat every
day by the window, whence she could
see: the fickle :ord of Castetnat's
manor. One morning he passed by In
the valley below. She sang to him.
but he never looked up. "Plus d'Es-
poir!" she cried and threw herself out
of the window on to the flags below.
where she was killed. The manor of
Martial was known thenceforward as
the Castle of Despond. The ine build-
ing was falling to ruins when M. f'e-
naille bought It, and he had it com-
pletely and skillfully restored before
making a gift of It to the nation.

His First Taste of Discipline.
Admiral Jouett, probably one of the
Jolllest seadogs our navy ever knew,
once told an amusing story of his
early days as a cadet.
"I was a sociable youngster," he
says, "and when I went to my frst as-
signment, the Independence, and saw
the stars and stripes floating over it I
remembered my mother had taught
me that my first duty was to the flag,
so I attempted some conversation on
this line with the executive utllcer who
had received me when I came on board
and who was one of the strictest diacL-
plinarians in the navy of that day.
silence sirr he roared at my first
question, his face red with anger. 'Sl-
lence, sirl Who gave you permission
to speak? Let me hear only six words
from you. sir, while you are on this
ship-"port," "starboard," "yea sir,"
and "no, sir."'
"And this was my first discipline In
the navy."

A Ludicrous Word Twlater.
Professor William Archibald Spooner
of Oxford university became famous
as a ludicrous word twister. Once at
a special service, seeing some women
standing at the back of the church
waiting to be seated, be rushed do*w
the aisle and addressed the ushers as
follows: "OpGntlemuen, g'.-tle iaeu. sew
these ladies into their sheets." Being
asked at dinner what fruit he would
have, he promptly replied. "Pigs.
fleas." This is the way in which Dr.
Spooner proposed to his wife: Being
one afternoon at the home of her fa-
ther, Bishop Harvey Goodwin of Car-
lisle, Mrs. Goodwln eaki, "Mr. Spoon-
er, will you please go out Into the
garden and ask Miss Goodwin if she
will come In and make teal" The pro-
fessor on finding the young lady said.
"Miss Goodwin, your mother told me
to ask you if you would come in and
take me."

Method 1i the very hinge of busi-
ness, and there is uo method without
punctuality I'Puctuullty Ils Important
because it subserves the peace and
good teltper of a family. C(alramness of
mind. which It prodilces. Is another
advantage of punctuality. A disor-
derly rma Is always in a hurry, lie
has no th'ie to speak to you hecau;e
he is going elsewhere, and when he
gets there he is too late for his busi-
ness or he must hurry away before he
can finish it.

Parts of Speech.
Teacher--Thomas what are the parts
of speech?
Tommy Tucker (after an exhaustive
mental efftrt)-It's the way a man
talks when he stutters.

The Better Scheme.
"The main who knows just what he
wants Is lound to be successful."
"Not half so much as the may who
knows how to get what he wants."--
Cleveland Leader.
A Joker Among Birds.
The bluejay is a practical joker. It
is his habit to conceal himself In a
mass of leaves near the spot where
small birds are accustomed to gather
and when they are enjoying them-
aelves in their own fashion to sud-
decly frighten them almost to death

Burer'a 8ef Control,
Aaron Burr wus by nature and train-
ing a man of extraurdhiizrvy self Cbn-
trol He allowed no cIr'OnI:sta:nces to
throw him off his Ialana-r. An anmc-
dote told by Rufus Choate to tRchard
H. Dana. recorded in Mr. Dtaua's "Dia-
ry," illustrates the ranTllusness which
aided Burr so greatly, in controlling
himself. Several year- ufter the death
ot Iamilton. killed by Il:irr in a duel,
nrr visited Boston, and Mr. Imvereux
I' S:a im paid- him some attentions.
1The visitor was taken to the Boston
Atheneum. where, while the two men
were wal'.hi-. thrrmugh the gallery of
sculpture, Mr. Devereux happened to
catch sight of a bust of Hamilton.
The thought tfhihed across his mind
that Burr might not t '.9 tn bec con-
fronted with the' Bht of the features
of the man he had slain. But no. Burr
was undisturbed. He also espied the
bust, and, although Mr. Devereux had
instinctively turned away, he walked
up to It and said In a loud tone: "Ah!
Here is Hamiltour' Then, passing his
fingers along certain lines of the face,
he added, 'There was the poetry "
Hamtlton's contemporaries gave him
credit for possessing a poetic mind.
The Englishman In a Groove.
In England nine-tenths of the lads
of the middle classes look forward to
nothing more than a seat at an office
desk with a certain number of shil-
lings a week for a certain number of
years. To attempt to do anything else
would be to run the risk of social os-
tracism. A young man may loaf re-
spectably on his family, but he must
on no account start a business If it
Involves selling anything or producing
anything with his hands. That would
be bad form. It would be getting out-
side the groove. Thus for the great
mass of the people England holds no
romance. The lad who thinks he could
do something is discouraged. Every-
thing is so cut and dried. Every class
distinction is so definitely marked.
The whole weight of public opinion is
against the smallest divergence from
the ordinary rule.-Manchester (Eng-
land) Mail.

Next Door:to It
An acquaintance of the late Josh
Billings was one day talking with him
about the remarkable Increase of imi-
tations and substitute for original
articles, as "oleomargarine" for "but-
ter," "celluloid" for "ivory," and so
forth, "and," said he, "many of the
substitutes go ahead of the real thing.
I guess in time there will be a substi-
tute for everything, though I don't
know about 'trllumn.'.. ..
"No;" replied the humorist, "up to
the present time at least there is no
really good substitute for wisdom. But
silence is the best that has so far
been discovered."

No Criterton.
Once during the progress of a certain
case Sir Charles Darling remonstrated
with a barrister for the way in which
he was arguing a point.
"You will pardon me, my lord," said
the latter, "but perhaps I may remind
you that you argued a case in a sim-
ilar way yourself when you were at-
the bar."
"Yes, I admit it," replied his lord-
ship, with a quiet smile, "but that was
the fault of the judge who allowed it."
-London Tit-Bits.

Killed by Fear.
Frederick I. of Prussla was killed by
fear. His wife was insane, and one
day she escaped from her keeper and,
dabbing her clothes with blood, rushed
upon her husband while he, was dozing
in his chair. King Frederick imagined
her to be the "white lady" whose ghost
was believed to invariably appear
whenever the death of a member of
the royal family was to occur, and he
was thrown into a fever and died In
six weeks.

Hedgehogs and Egs.e
Some years ago, not being able to ac-
count for the disappearance of eggs, a
wire cage trap was set in a fowl run.
After a little time this was occupied-
not by a rat, but a fine hedgehog filled
to Its utmost capacity the trap. It
was reset, to be filled in a few days
by Mrs. Hedgehog. No more eggs were
missed.-London Times.

Not Funny For the Nephew,
"A little change of heir," remarked
the old man as he altered his will, cut-
ting off his nephew in favor of a dis-

text befo' oho.w. but I aspectss de li-
fruence amr she got to snuff. a long
time befo' she get fat' "-Pittsburg
Trapping a Tiger.
The tiger is possessed at times of an
almost supernatural cunning, a won
derful sense of smell and a lidu in-
stinct with regard to trapw and the
like, which make him as difficult an
animal to take alive as' any existing
Sometimes he can be snared. but n,,;
often. On one occasion the writer's
native Indian servant ran In in a I
great state of excitement to say a
tiger was trapped in the jungle half
a mile away, and the entire camp, of
course, at once knocked over to see the
prisoner. The trap was exactly on
the principle of a humble mouse trap.
with a falling door, and built of strong
timbers laced together with rattan.
The imprisoned tiger was a full grown
mate. aun it would be difficult to
imagine anything wilder than his rage
as he roared and stormed and hurled t
himself in futile fury on each part of
the structure in turn. There he was
to stay until hunger had rendered him
manageable, the incident showing that
the tiger can be trapped, although not I
often.-London Globe.

When Beeu Nash end Wesly Met.
Beau Nash, though but an nldiffer-
ent churchgoer, not only went to hear
Whitefteld preach, but attended a serv-
ice at Bath held by John Wesley. The
incident is related In Southey's "Life
of Wesley:"
"VWhile he was preaching this re-
narkable personage entered the room.
cann close o tho preacher and do-
ma'nded of him by what authority he
was acting. Wesley made answer,
'By that of Joeus Christ, conveyed to
me by the present archbishop of Can-
terbury, when he laid his hands upon
me and said, '"Take thou authority to
preach the gospel."' Nash then af-
firmed that he was acting contrary to
the laws. 'Besides,' said he, 'your
preaching frightcns.people out of their
wits.' 'Sir,' replied Wesley. 'did you
ever hear me preach?' 'No.' said the
master of ceremonies. 'How, then.
can you judge of what you never
heard?' Nash made answer. 'By com-
mon report.' 'Sir,' said Wesley. is not
your name Nash? I dare not judge of
you by common report. I think it not
enough to judge by.'"

To 8ave Ycu Time.
Have you eaver ur. 'it'ed that whel:
reading young wva't, a '-ertnin amount
of time In tur.lina from the end of
one line to the begainling of the next?
Long ago, when the world was not so
busy as now. ohlulnn were of a much
greater width. Since then they have
been narrowed more and more.
Of course in an hour's reading little
time is lost. but in a lifetime it is like,
ly to be considerable. leallzing this.
some one has suggested that type
should be arranged as follows. You'
read to the end of the line, drop the'
eyes and read backward:
What a luxury
tuohtiw daor ot
the inevitable
ta kcab repmac
the ead of each
a't woh eeB .enll
The argument is that practice will
make perfect Five minutes' practice
Is usually fotid more than sufficient
for most people.-Pearson'a

'The Potwe of N#poeo0.
The desperate struggle to do some-
thing worth while la the very thing
which draws out our reserve forces
and develops latent power, says Or-
a 8smo MaS t aden n success Maga-
ine. Without this struggle many peo-
ple would never have discovered their
real selves. Napoleon was never so
resourceful, never so level headed, nev-
er had that vigorous mental grasp,
was never able to make such powerful
combinations, as when he was aifIen
to desperation. It was when all
bridges were burned behind him and
there was no possibility of retreat that
the possible Napoleon came to the ve-
cue. Napoleon said of his great geo-
eral Megeena that he never showed
his mettle until he saw the wounded
and dead falling all around him to bat-
tie. Then the lion in him was arous-
ed, and he fought like a demon.

"Father," remarked Johnny aft.*:
deep thought, "'suppose I ;houuh knoi'
this jug. off the table and catch it, th~ '
i wouldn't catch It. would IT '
"N-no. I suppose not," his father
slowly said.
"Rut," continued Johnny, still toyiih:
with the jug. -if I should knock it of
and not catch it, then I would catch it
wouldn't I?"
"Yes. you would." his father grlinl:
returned, this time with qulck decl
Drawing inferences
President Lincoln ouce told the fol-
'lowing story to D. II. Hates, man:iager
of the war dipa:rtncut ielegra,), office:
"I'm like an old colourd man I kuewc
He spent so much of his tiu.ae preachh
ing to the other slaves it kept hi n and
them from their lal'rs. His mlastet
told him he would puuish him the
next time he was caught preaching.
'But, marsa,' said the old man, with
tears In his eyes, '1 always has to
draw infruences from Bible texts
when dey comes in ma hald. I jes'
ain't help it. Can you, marsa?'
'Well,' said his master, 'I suspect
I do sometimes draw inferences. But
there is one text I never could under-
stand, and if you can draw the right
inference from it l'll let you preach'
to your heart's content.'
"'What is de text, marsa?' asked the
colored man.
"' "The ass snuffeth up the east
wind." Now, what inference do you
draw from thatY
'Well, marea. I's neber heard dat

No Apology to Offer.
"Why spend three years cultivating
your voice if you dou't Intend to go
on the operatic stage?"
"For the same reason, I suppose, that
you've spent fifteen or twenty years in
cultivating a discriminating taste for
alcoholic beverages and yet don't in-
tend to go into the saloon business."-
Chicago Tribune.

Assembling Herself.
"Hubby, did you bring.home my new
"ADd my puffsTr
"I did."
"How about.my face powder?"
"Here's your complexion. Now get
busy and assemble yourself."-Louls-
ville Courier-Journal.

Hard to Deal.
Wigg-How do you get along with
old Crusty? Don't you find him hard
to deal with? Wagg-As tard as a
wornout pack of cards.-Philadelphia

Prejudice squints when it looks and
lies when it talks.-Abrantes.


M" M,1

A Shot That Made Trouble.
An odd incident happened In the
then Danish West Indies in the last.
centuryy that Dearly caused serious in-
ternational complications. An Ameri-
can marksman, paying a visit to Char-
lotte Amalla, amused the governor by
an exhibition of his skill with the
rifle. Sitting on the veranda of the
government house, he said that he
could cut with a bullet the signal hal-
yards on the flagstaff of the fort and
lower the Danish standard to the
ground. As the lines were almost In-
visible In the distance the governor
was willing to bet that he could not do
it. The shot rang out, and the flag fell.
Presently a horseman dashed up, in-
forming the governor that some one
had tin-d on the tag. There was great
excltiitent. The governor. none too
popular. It seems, with the military,
ruined his political future by admit-
ting that the affair was a joke in
wbhib be connived. Report being sent
to Copenhaben. highly colored, of
course. by the commandant, his excel-
lency was summarily removed.

Cultivating Ginger.
GOnger is made a matter of scientific
culture in Jamaica. It is propagated
by cutting up small pieces of the root.
and, if possible, rich, cool soil from
recently clenred woods is selected for
It. It is a great impoverisher of the
soil and grows so luxuriantly that In
a short time a little piece of' root will
spread so as to produce nearly a pound
of new roots. The sets are planted in
March or April and get to their full
growth about September. The roots
are dug usually in Jamaica In January
or February. They are washed, ex-
posed to the sun until thoroughly dried
and packed in parcels pf about a hun-
dred pounds each. In order to dry
them more rapidly they are first scald-
ed in a little copper pot in order to de-
stroy life, of which the roots are very
tenacious. White ginger and black
ginger are from the same roots, the
difference arising from methods of
curing. Roots for sugar preserving are
dug while quite young, before the
stems are more than ive or six inches

An Idol With Diamond Eyee.
It is a curious fact and one scarcely
known outside of Ilusta, and there
hardly ever mentioned. that the fa-
mous Orloff diamond was once the
right eye of the great idol Serringham
in the temple of Brahma. This pre-
cipus gem was stolen at about the be-
ginning of the eighteenth century by a
French soldier who had made a pre-
tense of b ilng converted to, the Ilindoo
religion in Iorder to, gain the confidence
of the priests and admission to the
temple. The F-'renhman rst sold the
diamond for 2,000. On the next turn
it was bought by a banker of Qon-
stantnople for 12,0040 The banker
kept It until 1714 and thai sold-it to
the Russtan empress for LfO,00 and
a life pension. The gem bis beep in
the lussion royal family ever since.
As it is now set in the imperial scepter.
of Russia it presents a flattened, rose.
cut surface and weighs exactly 194%
carats .

Ancient loeland.
Iceland was founded A. D. 874 by
men from Norway. In the words of
John Fiske, "it was such a wholesale
colonization of picked, men as had not
been seen since ancient Greek times
and was not to be seen again until
Winthrop sailed into Massachusetts
bay. It was not long before the pop-
ulation of Iceland was 50,000. Their
sheep and cattle flourished, hay crops
were heavy, a lively trade-with fish,
oil, butter and skins in exchange for
meal and malt-was kept up with Nor-
way, Denmark and the British isles.
Political freedom was unimpaired, jus-
tice was fairly well administered, na-
val superiority kept all foes at a dis-
tance, and under such conditions the
growth of the new community In
wealth and culture was surprisingly

His ComplIment.
The governor of a western state was
making inspection of certain state In-
stitutions when he made Inquiry as to
the progress of a chaplain by him ap-
pointed to an insane asylum.
"How is he getting on?" asked the
governor, thinking to get an unpreju-
diced opinion from the official acting
as his guide.
"Fine!" exclaimed the man. "His'"
preachin' is very successful, governor.
The idiots enjoys it especially."-Cin.-
cinnati Commercial Tribune.

healing. None genulae, but Foley's
Honey and Tar in the yellow package.
Soldby Jno. R. Thompeon & C9..,
Cloe Kuanga Duels. ''
During the first iftyS years of tw-'
old American navy. iT-1m&t the
mortality of naval offers resulting
frim duels was'two-thirds tbut result-
Ing from naval wars. In the eighty-two
duels listed by a recent writer- thirty-
aix men were killed, all naval officers
except three civilians. The- per ceat
of mortality was t. or five times the
mortality of the federal army I the
cdil war. One-balf of those not iiWtid
4a these duels were wounded. The
targe number of casualties was4 uu-
doubtedly due to the short distance
between the combatants, which ;'cu-
tomarfly was only tob pe es, or thirty
feet. In a few duels the dlstauc* was
even less. In the Barroo-Deatur
duel it was twenty-four feet an only
twelve In the Bainbrtdge-Cochras

(n Awful Shape. -
"Why don't you go to workk"
I'm so dead tired of doing omthln
that rm too ttir to doanythbing"-
ievaanxd Leader.

SMlf DerfintiUoA.
At a London board school the tees
er bad explained to the children the
meaning of the word "ability." "Now,
children," she' went On, "what w os
would express the opposite to ability'
I A sharp faced little boy at the e
of the end form bobbed up his heed
and exclaimed, "Please, teacher, nobl-
ityf'-Work and Play.

Jack Knew. '
On coming home from the office the
father met Jack and Dick.
"What have you been doing today,
boys?" he questioned.
"Fightin," replied Dick.
"Fighting, eh? Who licked?"
"Mamma did," answered Jack.-is-

f wye-Tou don't like the jyt
Defendant-I do not. No. 1 ts my
tailor, No. 8 is my grocer, No. 5 to my
milk and egg dealer and No. 7 Is my
wife's first husband. What ebance
have I got?-t. Paul Dtipatch.

Expeened Differently.
"Madam, you ought to go to a warm*
er climate."
"For once, doctor, you and my bus-
band are agreed, but he expresses the
idea in more emphatic language."-
New York Press.

HI 8uspicion Aroused
gaggle-t hear you've broken it al
of with Edna. Areble-I bouk dsa
M0. That pet parrot of her Is all the
time ayng, "Kea me again. Jaek."
That isn't my SmUO you kmow.--4pW

Those who are greedy of praise
prove that they are poor la mert--

In the morning whet thou riseth un- ;
willingly let this thought be present:
"I am 'rong to the work o a bumaa
beltag."-Marces Aurelias.

To pity distress is but human; to rM
Miwv It is godltke.-MUana
The Mule'1 Ears.
zvolautonists explain setlafactorty
that the reason that the do(. mer lop
Is because fr centuries the animal
has been domesticated by man and
has lain within the protecting Influence'
of his hut and fre. The dog's ears are .
Said to have originally stood upright,
as do the wolFs today, bot gradually-
as the necessity for keen bearing be-
came less imperative th dog's ears.
began to lop. But 'how' about the
mule? It fa the duty of sMebody to.
explata why the mile% "m bave nt
bppeA dwmk There ls oW need fAe
him to have s~tf ears. The donkey,.
the home aad their progeny, the mule.
have been under man's protecting It-
dueae ftr' ceitures and ages Theb
mw Is the beast of burden of the Bibl.
His ears were stiff then, and they ame
stiff ow. It would seem it was a out
time for them to begin to lop a little.
-Indiana Parmer.

As Walter Saw It.
Walter, aged seven, Is a wise o
who knows not only his own father.
but his own mother likewise.
"Now, Walter," said the teacher, "tf
your father could do a piece of work in
one hour and your mother could also
do it in one hour, bow long would it
take both of them to do it together
"Three hours!" replied the scholar
without hesitation.
"Wrongl" said the teacher. "How
do you make that?"
"Three hours," repeated Walter stol-
idly, countingk the time they'd waste
arguing about how tt should be done.,
-London' Scraps. *

All Marrlage Are Love Marrilages,
"Was It a love marriage, .do ju
"Certainly. All marriages are love
"Isn't that rather a. sweeping state-
"Not at alL There Is a love of adj
venture, you know; love of iluxry.
love of advertising and rarkms other
kinds of love. There ,s no need of go-
ing Into details when one Fpeak: qf a
love marriage."-Chi-n go Post.
Hay Fever and Aothma
Bring discomfort and misery to.many
people but a Foiley'a Honey and Tsr
gives ease and comfort to the suffering
Dnee. It relieves the conaeetion in the
head and throat and is soothing and

tant relative.

Enthusiasm gives life to what la to-
visible and Interest to what has no Im-
mediate action on our comfort in this
world.-Mme. de Stael.
Well Connected.
The Maple-What is the oak so con-
ceited about? The Elm-He is the
original oak under which Washington
stopped in 1T76. The Maple--But the
souvenir fiends have left him only a
blackened stump. The Elm-That's it.
He has extensive branches in every
city and town in the country,-Puck.

A Hard Questtio
Bobby-What was the hardest ques-
tion the teacher asked you today?
Johnny-She asked me whether I'd
rather be licked with a ruler or a strap.
-Chicago News.

"Anything romantic about their wed-
"Not a thing. She can cook, and he
has a job."-Kansas City Journal.

A Fieroe Threat.
Maid-Do you want a good beating,
Master Jimmy, or do you not; because
if you don't behave yourself this min-
ute you'll get both?

~i"~.;4~2~%1 ~,~L~7~5

* U -I-II I I.L-C 11 11-- 1


tn^.1^ .- ..----
!, bSTarpou came from Carabelle
pi4 "Atpals hicola, Fr iday, .and"
riaid if Meobi .rad Bensacola
*;iOQJft& o'clock p. m., yesterday.
The Manteo arrived from New
Orleanp via. Mobile and Pensacola
*'I2:01;' in., Tuesday,
- *..
4..41p chr; Luoy H. arrived Tuee-
dayfrmn Pensacola and Droceeded
to Southport where she. will. be
hauled ost, thoroughly overhauled.
and thr old, defective timbers torn
out and replaced with new ones. It
Ie expected sae will be out of com-
mission tor at least two months.

The following table rccordd the max
imum. mianmum, ahd mean tempera-
i'.e. the rainfall and" direotton of the
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'look p. m., as indicated by U. S.
Date I | -a I I
......i i L a I' K Rain. Wind
.July... 6 89 79 84 .00 sw
7 90 81 65 .00 6
8 89 79 84 .00 s
9 91 81 86 .00 8
10 80 79 84 .00
11 91 81 86 .00 s
12 91 81 86 00 's
S1o90 180 1851 .80 1

A Bernard Shaw Critlctam.
3E6s fIame came to him Bernam
IMw wrote dramatic criticisms fotr
tq London Saturday Review. Tbh
boilntmg aampi*' I cburacterlsti ot
tlh man:
"t a toa ocntewhilt foolish post
tloo cacerning a play aut the Oper",
CIomkqe. whither 1 wua biddre thll
day week. Fur WlOtIe reauiud, wa noi
Is pp e With a it pgramI. so that
ev e learned the name of the ptly.
At tb end of the second act the plan
td advanced about as far as an (ol
dinary dramatist would haive brought
A Ov n minutes after the first rlisir
,d the curitai or. say, as far, al Ibwe,.
woud have brtmght it tel yenrs o4.
&is t"at evrnt. Taking auiluauW u!
Ute second uterntul to stroll out Into
tse o ad fur a little' exercise. I uiw
altllluaLe forgot nil about my busl-
uand actually reached homue L efurt
I oerlrred 'to miie that I had not spen
the end of the ploy. Under these lr
agataaces It would ill become me to
dogmatise on the merits of the work or
1a perfLrta aco. I can uuly offer the
management my -apologies." Every-

Those Pies of Boyhood.
How delluious were the pies of boy-
hood, Sio ipe now ever taste Po good.
What's chalned? the' pids? No. ItL
llu. You've lost the strong, healthy
atomacib'ti vigorous liver, the active
kidney, the regular bowels of boy-
tood. Your digestlon IW voor and you
S1am. the food. What's needed? A
Mbito Wamuing utp by Elecric Bitters,
ef ail organs of digestion-stomach, liv-
er, kidneys, bowels. Try them. They'll
store yoqr boyhood appetite and au-
preelatlon of food and fairly saturate
yopr body with ncw health, strength
mnd vigor. O0c. at A H. Irake's and
iSaner Mejcantile Co 's.

Directioun I: L.to:,rn.
'ti# ltiul-i' alid throlurh.'Ilut the tir
Iftef If'luiid the w.'t ls "-pll" tit
"**--wir'" 1Htnve a !yrw !i!ilr q'o llfl iism n (
In yi'InK ti I.,4itirI frihihr >ty pItlrt O
!*!ivaaiid .viri ?:,, *"n',.'" In tii ie!i;i: li
914r tliri'i(tlolb frotla lbh catf!I! you g'
*qIeiwn."' t In I.:i.dn;, itself over.
*%i.iul zg "ul'" If it ioet In tthe dlret<
tb's of the! Xbiik t!:* 1:<. tit .lir.nk of
EifthlrlnW -nuil ghill:i finl thlt center
awrd n any of tile points of the coru
pnla IU to io 'down."
Tie word bank, which Is not only
always Npelled with u cnpittl "B." but
is siway uttered with an impressive-
eibm that suggests an initial letter of
'hoe taiwes type. may be said to be in
:. deone laterchangeable with city, a
Werm l eauual dignilty and value In the
..~e et BI nishmen and likewise tu-
..ia My adorned with a capital "C."
*Thk city does not mean ,London by
amy-maens. it 'means a certain limited
.gecttiat : 1-S London, the part where
-SlneMtes i mainluty carried on and
wiere le great aaackil institutions

'~Iib Homeltigh-Perhaps you won't
.-o: 1 i tT but *~ strange man tried to
I* mWOe once: Ml4w Cutting-Reafly!
Wl., he'd have been a strange man if
AlgQ tried to kisL you twice.-Illustrat-
J mit.

IS&GL)m ',

-Mrs. Prultt's little daughter, Mur- t
jorie is quite sick. 1
-- s.Capt. Hill was quite seriously
Injured by a fall, last week.
-Mr. C. H. Munsou was on the sick s
list a few days of last week.
--Capt. J. C. Brainard has supplied (
his launch with a neat cabin.
'-5 or 6doss dof '"6t' will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
-Private BOARDING.-Ap aly
to Mrs. F. W. Hoskins, Cromanton, o
-Package of Four Hanasome High
Art Post Cards-No Two Alike-Ouly
Ten Cents. At Buoy Office. It order-
ed by mail, add Ic. for postage.
-The Tarpon reached St. Andrews
at about the usual time, yesterday,
bringing freight which kept the freight
and delivery wagons busy the rest of
the day caring for it.
-Rev. R. W. Burdeshaw will hold
services in the M. E. church on the
hirst and third Sunday in each month
at the usual hours, morning and even-
ing. All are cordially invited.
-H-andsome letter heads with dt
Andrews Bay date line ana views of
either St. -Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Poist, at:8c per dozen: also, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on,
bauk of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen
at the B'-ov office
-Prof. Anderson .ot the Gulf City
Business College received word that
his son, Lee, who will be remembered
as the Professor's assistant fur a while
a few months ago, had went and got
married. This accounts for the fath.
er's inability to retain the services ef
his son,
-Mr. H W. Gwaltney, agent for one
of the most complete water motors
manufactured has just finished intro-
ducing a motor for Mr. J. M. Wills, to
replace his aeromotor, which has been
fund to not give entire satisfaction.
Several other parties inSt. Andrews
are contemplating introducing sin ilar
motors in the near future.
-Parker lodge No 1*2 F.&A.. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Magons in good standing are invited
to pat ticipate. An order of, the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their home lodge and
a full paid up receipt for dues.
-The new building of Mr. A. W.,
Fordharm, which for the past month or
more has been under process of con-
struction. corner -of Loraine avenue
and Wilmot street is now completed
with a roomy porch on the south and
nicely painted and ready for oecupan'
cy.. A neat fence is now being built
around the grounds, and al together
that locality present a decdedly im-
proved appearance.
--Mr. L. E. Webb and fam!lv have
vacated the premises on Chestnut street
and taken temporary hOjse room with
!Mr. and.Mrs. J. T. Willcox, pending
the erection of their own cottage an the
lots recently purchased of Mr. Willdox.
facing Drake and Hickory streets and
Ohio avenue, Mr. Davis will at once
proceed to finish off the late Webb
building, recently purchased by him
and will occupy it with his family as
oon as completed.
--Mr. J. W Csey, who' now resides
at the southeast corner of the corpora-
tion of St. Andrews has recently pur-
chased a lotat the southeast corner of
Wyoming avenue and Chestnut street
-and has lu mber on the ground to com-
mence the erection of a house for his
future borne. His change of residence
is contemplated to bring him within
convenient distance from the new
schoolhouse where his children can get
the benefit of schooling which with
toe installation of the high school al-
ready provided for, will be equal to
that extent to the best anywhere.
-The plank walk on the north sidet
of L'oraine Avenue from Chestnut street
to the Presbyterian church is in a ter.
ribly dilapidated condition and should
either be rebuilt or the old boards torn

up and removed :rom the ground alto-
gether. The native sand woild be far
preferable and safer for pedestrian-.
Prof. tips, the father of that walk
ought to come back and look after it.
The writer hereof i nursing a soatl
upon his nose. acquired only last Sat-
ardy from a fall in front of M. Krebs's
residence, and this is how it happened.
Stepping upon a loose board, in front of
a cross-ptece, the end behind him flew
up, catching the toe of the other foot,
ripping and sending him headlong, his
nose coming with full force in contact
with the hard side of the board in front
of him besides his sustaining other in-
juries. He "felt like saying some-
thing," and If he fielded to temptation,
what he migr.t have said would not
look well iu print.



J, I. MUNIOND, President

- $15,000.

F. BULLOCK. C(siier.

Judge L. J. REEVES.,
".B. DUNN.
L. M. WAB0:

Your Patronage is Respeoffully Solicited.

--Blank Warranty Deeds, new re
vised, improved short torm printeu on
good linen Daper, 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts-100 recepts in a block.
10cAach. at the Buoy office
-Yesterday morning's Pensacola
Toarnal has a thrilling account of the
.hooting,beating, robbery and attempt-
ed murder of Elliott Barrow, son of
Capt. W. C. Barrow of the steamship
Tarbon. At abeut 11 o'clock Tuesday
night, the young man had been to es-
cort a young lady to her home from a
social function and on h's way to his
own home while passing a large vacant
lot on Garden street he was lured from
the walk by a large negro, to assist in
raising a man to his feet, he saw laying
in the lot, apparently helpless. As ho
stooped to give a hand he received a
blow on ti e head rendering him for a
short while insensible; but he came to
in time to find two men, he thinks ne-
groes, going through his pockets. He
sprang to his feet, drew his revolver
and fired, but his hand was knocked up
and he was again felled to the ground
and afterwards shot-he thinks with his
own revolver. He was soon 'ound and
convoyed to the Pensacola Infirmary.
near at hand, where he lies danger-
ously wounded. The robbers got some-
thing over $16, but left his watch. Otli-
cers and dogs were summoned as soon
us possible, but there was no scrap of
anything to give the dogs a scent and
the trail of the assassins could rot be
established; but officers are following
np every possible clue in the hope of
yet apprehending them.

An Impossible Man.
"Why did you nn'rry me?"
Because I thought you were ilTer-
ent from other men."
"And now you want a divorce-.t
canse you were mistaken?"
"No: hiennuse I was right"--Cleve
land Leader.

1 bellrce' In fighter. in love. t-
faith, l 1 all distant hopes that lure os
Pigeon Whistcks of Pekin.
The fjlr.itls1t tmIsical Intstru meats in
the0 w,1,rkl :iar the' pIgehol whvlstles of
i'Petki Thry are mande of thinnest
Ihamln'o itdl tiny gourdn s.croped to pw-
Ktr-like dlleiavy .Indi faNsteiied tw neath
the tall feat hers of the ncrrier pi-
ZeoiS. Asl the birds fly through the
air these iistruiluents emiut a weird
!ieolin:l nelody like the harps of fairy
tiund. Every ornliig and afternoon
lthe vault of Pekin's sky is swept by
thlse sweet, ntuouritful notes as the
liraN flyr to and fro. cirrytug messages
( toe inkr the inker. merchants, the law
years. inuvtatlon. letters. stqcR quota-
tloUt. a systcen older than the tele-
graph or telephone or the oldest letter
service, as old as time Itself. There
art etow twenty different kinds of
pigeon whistles. some of them simple
bamboo ttftles with but orie top and
nome as elaborately constructed as
iitritture organ pIpes. They are all
4f featherweightht htness and when
held in the lind and swept throhgl
the air emit the same delicate whit-
tllg ii otefri as when orne- through the
upper atmosphere by the carrier pt-

,-5 or 6 dob of "686" will oure any
case of hills and fever, Price 25o,
Etiquette at ovent Gaoden.
Etliq'u'tte at C'ove-tlt .liariehi is a!
umttnst as trh I as that which privttli
in tlc R ervalitI' L h ll lot a great it,.
-l3,i. o ilh.s LtudoniM .. A. 1'. No> pri:w;
donoa mi1st l>e" athllre'iosd liy ain ii
flerior. atnd thel presci nrttion lof i',i.
.'uets Is a dehllcatelt miltter. regl;lnt.,''
.vh(il due regard for the fie'tilr .
hie lIidies. T3'h ,>u. as .niitlo.v th.:~s "ain s to, su.( ess." inoteb'l
i ';n>-ws lothinli f thel e l ncli o i ir',
tired by the sltiger; to ge into !h.
cuiltery axid aipptihud !'>ir :'o'ifrousty. The customs ;: vi'ery '.on
non oon the continttent. where jt ;ls<
alliess 1lie tluor> (bie.c l >al letl ferin of
ilring men to hiss rivals off the .age;e
ltlplily that sort of thing would nol
ie tolerated In Englinuld. and so the
laque Is confined to the minor mr'mi-
hers of the company, who bring over
with them an insatiable desire for ap-
plause and are so detet inted to get it
that they leave nothing to chance. The

claquers receive a fee of 2 shillings
In addition, to the payment for their
Starved to Death;
is what could truthfully be said of ma-
hy children who die. They have worms,
poor little things-tr.ey don't know it
and you do'd,t realize it. If yonr child
is cross, fretful, pasty complexioned
abd loses weight for no apparent rea-
son, give it White's Cream Vermifuge,
you will be surprised at the results and
how quickly it picks up, Sold by Gain
ner Mercantile Co.
Their IJd stories.
A in',! vwh, never could tell a story
dlultl a story tellers' club thnt thought
-t lhid t- corner on the hulor of the
inli erse. The nilan got along very
well so long as Ile didn't have to saB.
lixytlhhiig. I t tbei te (le a ttlut wber:
tie vwals pij on 1he proegratn for n
hunlorou s :ory, il:d then his wife
coacled him for a wee.k beforehand
un one of her ownl funniest stories.
Whenl lie cmiiie ho m from the stor)
telling coleltst she asked hIim how
t "higs went. He said: "l'rlety well
All the o uther fellows told solite
mighty good l oles." Theu he gave a
synopsis of the good ones the other
flows had told. "Durned clever.
those ('hails are." lie said "I don't
know what they would think of nie if
they knew I bad learned my story
from a wonitul. They dout't Ithinx
much of a womau's sense of hinnor.'
"You ueedti't let that worry you
dear." she sald sweetly. 1 have
heard the other fe-itlws' wives ,tel.
their old stories at (ard li.;rflrs fur tho,
last live yearsa."-New YYork t'ress.

Twa Ciphers.
He-They say his income runs into
five figures.
She Yes, counting the decimal

The St. Andrews Provision Co. Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf

Fresh and





Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in S
Bay Front, Near Wyoming Avenue.

Noah's Anohors.
A story of a pail of anchors is told
In the book eititiltl "lu Kailrwan the
Kairwan s tbhe Mecca of the west
It is a city ,o Pan crel that womueu are
allowed to lmoe :itmiht in It but very
little. One of the Interesting sights
is the Mosque of Emir Ben Said Bon
Mulpbtant. This mosqule. with Its sis
melon shaped, dolties. is tlhe tomb of
a wmoslt uauliuig old Mosleln who died
about the iniidle of the last century.
Lie bad great puwel.ovei the bey and
managed affairs according to his own
pitesure. Tisal'Moslelu got possession
in Tunis of fumi large anchors which
probably teloligetd to sonme old mlen-of-
wal anl;i:donlte on ac'iullntl of stress of
welahter l'h ge etlenimin with the long
tla:tite w;s I ol C.lilellt witlh any SUCh'
prosalc: eXptlit jllon cot (heir origt. By
hIl:4HwiS to the lalbr of .-00. Arabs he
rinld theI nchors dragged from Tunis
nil deilnsiitedl in truit of his house.
I'te t:trlanspo1lrtaton took tive monithsb
lie thenl dieatdiavl them to be the an.
.-bors b j ilii-b Nonb fastened te ark
to Mount Arurat. The relics are now
an-the mosque ot their former owner
alH are regarlted as holy.

His Rules of Golf.
SA lawyer ot considerable prominence
took up the game ot golf. Some of
his iriernds volunteered chapters of
idvice. while another presented to the
wgn tuner a book of rules. After com-
pleticg his first round the counselor
was lask!ed it he had mastered the
rules I'he perspiring lawyer realized
the surcuatim of the remark, but proved
e, iual to tue o- theyt are quite simple," he replied.
"Thlere are two 1 know of. and to my
mind they are the most Importaht.
You must hit the ball with your club.
,nel ftiter you have hit It you must
find it. of couire. before you bit it
:ia.Ult). it 'will lake an honest man sev-
cr-a weeks to Imuter these two rules
Afler driltlug the ball you must hit It
w lerever I'i les. Good lies are as im-
portai t in g;olf as Uin thlng. Losing
a ball coSts you 'two strokes and the
prle of the ball Hitting a caddie
with the ball is justlifable homicide."
-hNw York rribuue.
Jimmy's Recitation.
Jtmmy Is one of the most entbusuas-
Uc lieuiberis of his Suuday school. He
is usually very quiet, but whnu, Souon
after, ie }4.,h'l'd. a stor tum prevelttl d
muany eiieSil--) h-tf li ctlsTs 1tro`1 Coolla
lug to It.ue tintr pirts in a lonus
ptlanrnd .enitert;llam:int Jintny coulln
not 'enildult t i lletni' the ( istrer-ss t:f i!.
tea cher.
"Illi n speak i ple e." bt h- ;;l hN b~h
"Oh. >:lt3i 0>U' W'h.lt Is t Ilbu;ill'
".'1t. k t ahs' lP tt rh;tc t ,(' \V;
'*W li. jtuid tlh' dhitra;-ctid matter. "1
"'nv\- 'i l 'tiv 6cN, ',: h r it n, ,:. bIt i
tn fi!tt lwlp ill up. 'ti'l uh
n'*HI. .hitU.ly."
'.tn ailln"y's nleila:ln wnas cntlfd thi
!: l;it thmii narraIteiJ ttc phl;aform. pu'-
his t ,i;;. I, at hl l, I ;:-t:i :i;. pr onudl:
*eI },lnl! '? l eiitd l t .;[,'[' \'li f' :
the I:l:l( n< t I lf rt:e.Uhe nt hienterrd the
1111 : A
*'!'oi t fite hei'lh:'! l hb'pei:r.e the ball.
1 r;.. i the l.l(.pliant, "-W hatt
To t1Cest'*
S.ii 'itc hlc.,o 'tl"lAi.i. A" 'A haila."
',( i,.''. (1 t '; lih ielii n lt hate the 'ay
.iLL tI.e 'Ie!.., i lA i i. ,I uQtliell bigh,
S' : 'o u o,' a lr ':ip.j tiuts horrible day."
,i tuo ltepnant h.a answered, "Haye."
S IL.:i'dou Tit4Bits.

Notice is hereby gsven that hereaf-
ter the undersigned will prosecute all
partisan who unlawfully cut or remove
any wood or timber from their lands,
and furthermore will replevin all such
wood or timber thus trken, in whomso-
ever's possession it mry be'found.
A. J. GAY,

"Is Life Worth Saving?"
Mrs. Mollie McRanev, Prentis, MissS
writes that she has had a severe case of
kidnev'and bladder trouble and thut
four bottles ot Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy cured her sound and well.. She
closes her letter by saying: I"I heart-
ily recommend Foley's Kidney Reme-
dy to any sufferer of kidney disease. It
saved my life." Sold by Jno. R.
Thompson &Co.
Bees and Ants.
Bees will place their honeycombs in
any place regularly or Irregularly
shaped, and when they come to cor-
ners and angles they seem to stop and
consider Thei they vary the shatiip of
the cell. so tliat the s.pa'-e is exactly
filled. It cou',di nt b dt.lt e ii'tC sat-
isfactorlly If the wlhzle thing liad been
worked out on paper beforehand. Ants
Illke hard and smoot Irotds and drive
tunnels compared to which tuuu's ef-
forts in making such things are iusig-
Here is Relief for Weren.
If you have pains in the back, urina-
ry bladder or kidney trouble, and want
a certain. pleasant herb cure for wo-
rcan's ills. .try Mother Gray's ATUS
TRALTAN LEAF, It is a safe aqd uev-
er failing, regulator'. At Druggists or
by mail 50 ots. Sample package FREE.
Address, -The Mother Gray Co., Le-
Roy. N. Y.

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T'e Farmdlal







i Hotel!
dale, Fla.

A Tearful Eye to Business.
Advertising is nowadays almost a
fine art. Clever advertisements at-
tract customers In two ways -first, be-
cause they effectually call attention.to
the goods, and, second, because of
their cleverness, pure and simple. Such
a one is the following, quoted from
London M. A. P., which adorned a
boot shop in the Rue d'Amsterdam, In
With tears in my eyes. I am obliged to
clear the whole of my stock of boots.
To get rid of it all in a week I offer it
to you at a loss of 60 per cent.
My'husband seeing fit to abandon me
with -five children.
Can't 1 go on without my husband? Be-
cause my husband alone was able to ob-
tain Job lines from the big provincial and
foreign bootmrlalers.
o1rudont ladioa vill profit by these ex-
traordinarily low prices, whicl. will en-
able me to clpar out my stock and search
for my husband throughout Europe.
Her Sad Fin,h.
"Did you ever know a girl to die tor
- "Yes."
"Did she just fade away ane die be
cause some man deserted her'/"
"No. She just took in washing and
worked herself to death because the
man she loved married her."-Houston

Women as Well as en are0 Made Miserbl
by Kidney and Bladder Trouble.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
discourages and lessensambition; beauty,
S vigor and cheerful-
^PB ness soon disappear
S when the kidneys are
out of order or dis-
SKidney trouble has
become so prevalent
4 that it is not uncom-
mon for a child to be
.;- born : afflicted with
..-.. weak kidneys. If the
child urinates too often, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi-
culty is kidney trouble, and the first
step.should be towards the treatment of,
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser-
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fiity-
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may i
have a sample bottle "JIf2
by mail free, also a
pamphlet telling all
about Swamp-Root, Home ofSwnmp-Rot.
including many of the thousands of testi-
monial letters received from sufferers
who found Swamp-Root to be just the
remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
Wart Superstitions.'
Wart lore is voluminous. It is said
that a wart will leave a person If a
lock of his hair is cut from the nape
of his neck without his knowing it;
that a wart will result if a frog spit
on one; that warts may be cured by
rubbing them over with a black snail.
which must afterward be impaled on
a hawthorn; that if a bag containing
as many pebbles as oneu has warts be
tossed over the left shoulder t will
transfer the warts to the person who
picks up the li,; that if one take a
piece of twine, make as nmny knots
on it as there are warts, touch each
wart with the corresponding knot and
bury the twine in a mt:ist pla-e. say-
ing. "There Is nonle to ri:deem it be-
side thee." the warts will disappear.
and so on ad infinituni.
Lord Bacon seriously wrote In one
of his works how an Inteligent and
nonsuperstltlous woman, the wife of
an Enj'Ish ambassador, had cured his
warts by rubbing them with a piece
of meat and nallng the meat up on a
window post in the sun.
Folcy's Kidney Remedy wit cure any
case of kidney and bladder trouble not
beyond the reach of med cine. No med-
icine can do more. Sold by Jno. R.
Thoir.psoD & Co.

Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia

The confidence felt by farmers and
*gardeners in Ferri's Seeds to-day
would have been impossible to fc. in
any seeds two score o years
ago. W have made a
science of seed.

exactly w'at you
expect cf themr. For ":
everywhere. FERRY'"3 ili iEl -
AINNUAL Free cn request.
ei aim



W. C. BARROW. Master.

'uesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
monday, 6:00 p. m.
thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. m.
Friday, 10:00 a. m.

St. Andrew,
Apalach tola,
St. Andrew.
Panama City,

Wednesday, 8:00 m
Wednesday, 0-00 a. m
Wednesday, 10:00 a. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m. -
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
Friday, 2:00 a w,
Friday, 12 m.
Friday, 11:30 p. m.
Friday. 11,30 p. m,

Pensacola to St. Andrew andMillviDle, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
the abovo rates include meals and berths. H. H. 1
V. W. WALTERS, Gen'l Freight and Pass Agt.

0 Preside


General Mlrcliaudisel

3T3vy G ooctcEg,



A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on

All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Any
Postoffice on the Bav.

We Pay the Freight ,on
Feed to anly P,-nt office o l the Bay.

Her One Wish.
The w-ndering id<.!dlr stopped
the southern cabin nd taLtpe'i'),ld I
"Mlammy. let Ine F!how .yo'u Srtie ,-
raising umbrellass" he began.
"No use, nman. no ife.." iwer-rlipi*
the old colored \N, ouin s i tst; ih u
herself about the pot of cloth
"Cyant use mntlia lak dat."
'IHow about self raising window,
shades ?"
"No goo~d heah. kase deli aii't u.
windows wulh talkhi' aboutt"
"Self raisiung t.ckw;liet t?"
"No good to tbe--we eat cuLn pol,
Cut, mister!"
"WVell, mlamlmy?"
"If you'll tell ee how to tuhn des-
heaL fohtcen bad chliiiun into sel
raising pickaninnies Ah'il be yo' frien
fob llf. dat Ah will, sah."--hicag.

all Goods except Flour, Meal and


SSucceed when everything else fails.
SIn nervous prostration and female
S weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.

Hotel Clerk--ust sign your nanM
please. The other guests w.)ad Ifke
to regpster.
"Don't you try to burry rue. young
mnn. I don't never sign nothing' that
I iltn't r.a ,i r*n.r,,l T.ff

After The Grippe -
"I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank
you for what Cardui has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah
i. illiland, of Siler City, N. C.
Last February, I had the Grippe, which left me in
bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female
trouble, for ten yXears, and nothing seemed to cure it.
At last, I began to take Cardul. I have taken only
three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the
doctors or than any other medicine I ever took."


The Woman's Tonic
For the after-effects of any serious illness, like the
Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use.
It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the
appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
natural glow of health.
Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it.
Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardul has
helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you?
Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardul
ingredients in any other medicine for they are not for sale
in any drug store except in the Cardul bottle. Try CarduL
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tean.
for Secial Instructions, and 64-page book. "Home Treatment for Women." se=t Irce.
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Ware Mercantile Co.,





Crrocoeresr ,

K1J "% x r c'va~:re ,

The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe 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 fair and courteous treatment
to all.

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. (-- ...

Spe cial R ort to te Buov.
The Fourth passed very pleasant
ly at this end of East Bay, with
p,;nic, a lauilch race and a dance a
Mr. T. T. Allan's.
Mr. S. Dyer made a business tri
to Farindale. on Friday, having
considerable business, was obliged
i4. .. . . S lin t;) d- tg i ,I

Thursday, July 14, 1910.

Quick Justice at Ascot.
Not only the horse. but the powers
of the law. sany the London Chronicle.
are swift at Ascot. for the course has
a special tribunal for the puntihmeut
of evildoers. No sooner is the pick-
pocket. welsher or ticket snatcher ar-
rested than he Is standing In a little
room In the royal .stand. where the
evidence is heard and the verdlft -ind
Sentence pronounced before the offend-
er fully realizes thit le Is caught. Nq
where e else des punishment so swift-
ly follow crime as at this court, which
is decreed l)y clause 31 of the in-
dictable offenses act of 1848. This
race course tribunal arose curiously
in the eighteenth century from an as-
sault upoi a royal person'-le. In hills
Indignation tit the impossibility of In-
stant pInish-iuent of the assailant he
ordered that In future a magistrate
should always attend the royal race
meeting. This has ever since been
done. and by the above mentioned act
the chief magistrate of Bow street was
constituted ex officio a justice of the
peace of the county of Berks In order
to enable him to hold this court at
Natural Age of Man.
The question as to what is the nat-
Ural ago of man is by no means set-
tied. of course, but nltuy are of the
opinion that the Frenchmlan Flourens
was not far out of the way in his esti-
mate of the timei a man should live.
Taking his observations from the
group manumalia. of the class vertebra-
ta, as having the closest resemblance
to man antd such specIes as are per-
mitted to live the full term of their
natural ltfo uind(er cireninstances not
admitting of error or ordoubt, Flourenis
found that th-.ir niturnd life extended
to abont live thnes the perx'I of their
lives from riiih f tiu nt maturity. Ap-
plyi-ng the ruil t tius obtained to hu-
man life anld rtlkAlnt; the age at which
tile bdly is fliy ii:tured to be twen-
ty (;]ars. !e concl-hudd the naturaL
,i'rll'hr1t of tlie life of man to be 100(
y';;las. --.ew Y"1i A leil'rlian..
Painfully Frank.
"Mr. C',> dcash. 1 bhave come to ask
for the h:ltd of y, ir daughterr"
"My d:ltil itor, -;I't"
"YeC. I (an't live without her."
"Well. sir. tini -h your sentence."
"Ftnish tuy sentellcer'
"Yes. you were about to say you
could not live, without her income.
L~t us Ie candid."

Deafness Cannot be Unred
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased nortionas of the ear.
There is only one way to cure dcafnCes.
and that is by constitiutional remedies,
Deailness is caused by rtu inflamed condi.
tion oft lie mucous lining of the Eustac-
oan tulie When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
l amrnmation can le taken out and t is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will'be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are cat.sed by catarrh, which is
nothing huit an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafineis (caused by catarrh,
that cannot' be curLd by Hall's Catarrh
a ire. Send foreircuilars free.
F. J. OHENEY & CO., T'oledo, O
Sold by druggists, 7ic,,
Take :lall's Fa.llilv Pilla, for noustipa-
L, ir Il hi ]alk.
T'ie Jidr's n hal;ad J.ust tftlnisd hla
CoUl ''a1 ill 1I. vv !iic(l I;lliiti ic iiale tri-
tiilm)haintly witth his !sh!epskfti in a
fine franic. The old .jpd.ge tu:.'nlu to
his son "'vith SMtine wh'iit-.soiel' advice.
"My son,. vwhel you lhave a -a>,.:e in
court and your oip o'ii-!t h').4 luh' hI '
Oin his Pide. you Itaist talk fants. a.id
when he has the fa. is on hi -!:hd' you
must talk law." The you:'. imian i;s
und pondered!h awhile and tho; asIkil;.
"FI'thr. wlvhIt Iimuist a fellow do whenI
hit CpLTeoeenlt Ii botliih ithe t :w lW a'd t!'
facts oin hls x:,'i?'" 'l'hr j!:(!h' l.0',k'
wise mind r,,phH.tl. "Ju.t talk :iro,
and around. ,iy son."-Su, e.:s M~lag;&

zVo remauinlL UVer Ulinll UJ~ruL a
Mrs. L. Daniels carried the Earl,
Mr. J. L. Kirvin went to Farm
dale, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. A. 13. Sheffield was dowi
from Wetappo Creek, Sunday.
Mr. J. Dyer was an Allantor
visitor, last Sunday.
Mr. W. J. Kirvin of Auburn wau
here, on Sunday, shaking hand,
with his many friends.
Too Cold For the Candle.
It is a cold climate in which a flame
cannot keep itself wairm. One of the
scientists attached to the Peary ex-
pedition has personally told of the ef-
fect of inteune cold on a wax candle
that he tril- to burn. The tempera-
ture was'355 degrees below zero, and
Its effects were felt not only by the
members of the expedition, but even
by the candle in question. It gave
forth no cheery light such as might
have been expected from it in other
circumstances, and when it came to
be examined It was found that the
flame had all it could do to keep itself
warm. The air was so cold that the
flame was not powerful enough to melt
all the wax of the candle, but was
compelled to eat its way down, leaving
a skeleton structure of wax In the
form of a hollow -eyliud',r. Inside this
c-yli ider thie \wik- burned with a tongue
otf yellow lh'(ii. and L.hoe al)d there thie
he-it Wais sa-l;liciel t to pt|erforate tll(
ouitr covering :!iu( la"ivr' hiolcs of odd
shl;:a'pe: w' i i tliur')d (-I ri( cylinti l-r into
;a ll of l.lil eiik. w;ix. lthrioun hi the

Hewk She Gat th- J,'SmI
"'T:'o o; r;)t':i-t \v,,r ol :l '-ii fromn ir
emplol yoe-,.' s hili ot. ti- 4a(i ofI tlI I otlic('-

Anti ci ptred.
T*I'e ;oft'rn iit srnai l-d aIt oir i!imes:
hlaney, yours aptess at ,ri'ja-mr's-
-If' ".'g ucre' t-in5hi: S I illlttuI ol"
titanl. :I ,'fiat (o )t 0,ith hfts-r ytom. h I'le
Must e Above Suspicion.ly.
KI hnevs nn blar ider ai plments 'ae so
el:' ios in their consequences, a nd i
{;f ,. I :]'):i i I .


I'vheked so often fatal that any rem

edy offered for their cure must be above
suspicion. Foley's Kidney Pills con-

Lest. Sold by J no. R. Thompson & Co
Must Be Above Sam uspicion.
Kidneys and bladder ailments are so
serious in their consequences, and it

unchecked soiA often fatal that an rem
dy offeredistian for heir cure mustbe above
suspicion. Foley's Kidney Pills non-

cessfuly spr tod a lont k ond thorough
cest. Sold by Jno. R. Thompson & Co,
The Hearts of Sam Houston.
In the "Memoirs of a Senate Page'
Chrtstian F. Eckloff recalls the yt,,r
}USt prior to the outhttnk of the c'tvl:
war, when Sumner. Wade, ; ougla.s.
Hamlln. Houston. John P. Hale. Bnrek
Inridge. Thomas ind JefferasoM i)tvl
were debating the great que tionas hupnw
which the north and south were at
variance. They were an iunltpotng bod?
of men, mostly cind In black broad
cloth and wearing high silk huts.
But there was one senator who re
fused to be dignified--Senator t ouis
ton of Texas. "Day after day." sayt
Mr. Eckloff, "during spare moment:
he sat there in his seat carv!ngl hro'r-
out of soft pine wood. iThey wver,
pieces about the size of the hand
When he had completed one of thes'
works of art he would summon a piga-
and. pointing toward .some fair l)e
tator in the gallery, would samy. 'Olv,
this to that lady up there with (i.c,
eral Sam Houston's compliments.'
Mr. Eckloff remnemcbers rTTuoton a,
one of the gentlest and kindest of men
After Sunday school:
Willie--Did you hear tlht boy s vcl
Johnny. when I told him to go away
Johnny-No. (Quietly per'sunslve -'e'
him to go away again and I'll listen.-
Manchester Guardian.
True bravery is slhownn by perform
Ing without witness what one might
be capable of doing before all the-
world.-La Rochefoucauld.


MlodJeska used to tell a story aboun
Sher bhmeymloon that is somewhat
amusing When the Couutess ant
a colt itf Hovz,,ntn were on their wed
ding tr'ip is uainperne' one mborul:ag
That she ha;d juUt got up bht'u the
count, who had been out for an hout
p or two taking a morning walk, canm
g back and called to her excitedly:
d "Helen! Helenl Come here."
Wd hat is Itr
"Come here quick. I've brought you
y ome lovely fruit, the first of the mar
Y et."
"All right; I'm dressng. Irl come
Sas soon as I have finished getting
the dressed leisurely and entered
1 the sitting room. The count was sit-
ting reading, deeply Interested in his
book. She looked round. No fruit
Swas was to be seen. She looked all
over the pla-e. The count looked up
"What are you looking for?"
"Where's that fruit '"
S The count looked on the table. It
was not there.
"Good graciour!" he said. "I'll be
hanged if I haven't eaten it!"

S The Wicked Multiolication Table.
A minister was ti:liring his Suldny
school repeat the (cntlr(-hlslin ,ie Sun
dly Ipre-ed-lig contiurlution ltlihen tm
boy from tlie class of sHmall children
ventured to aski a qu et;ton of the inui
Turunng to the clergymnan. the boi
lnquirred lu I anxious toue, ''Why
does the nmultipllcation table make peo
pie wicked?".
The .mnlis.ter thought at first that
the child had taken (occsiont to pro
pound a conundrum i at a most nnse(cnI
ly time and was ntiout to reprcove in
when the cenrinstness of the ePxpres-
siou in the ulptlured face assured him
that the question was asked in good
faith and required a reply.
"Why do you ask such a question
John? I never knew it to do so," heb
John turned to his catechism and
read from it with a mystified air the
question. "Did man grow worse as he
began to multiply?" and the account
paying answer, "He did."

Thought It Was a Proposal.
Scene-Cab stand near London. Lady
distributing tracts, hands one to cal-
by, who glances at it, hands it back
and says politely, "Thank you, lady.
but I'm a married man." Lady nerve
ously looks at the title and, reading
"Abide with me," hurriedly departs, to
the great amusement of cabby.-Lon-
don Spare Moments.
A Frightful Wreck.
of train, automobile or bugey may
cause, cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklenn's Ar-
nica Salve-earth's greatest healer,
Quick relief and prompt cure results.
For burns, boils, sores of all kinds, ec-
zema, changed hands and lips, sore
eyss or corns, its supreme, 'Surost pile
cure, 25a at A. H. Brake's and Gainer
Mercantile Co.'s
Glnseng's Growth.
The manner uo the guwseug's growth
gives It a queer shape and iu sotule
cases fabulous value. There t first
a main root or trunk. iThen on th-
sides there will be smaaller root> one
on a side, and by a curious formation
the ofisbhoot reisenble arms and legs.
so that the full grown giunseng looks
tor the world like a hunluin figure
Then more the tancield ilkeuess to th,-
hulnan torn is developed the greater
the vulue, according to some of the
Cblnes. 'The root as an herb bhas
wonderful iropertlei but. too. .,
mouch beyond to the value of one that
looks hutuan. 'The others will cu-r
cancers amlo all sorts of other diseases
but tew pres.-ous one having the bu
man shape will keep ofT devils and al:
bad luck.-Argonaut.

Not His Fault.
A story is told ot a well known
Sheftteld tenor who when asked to sing
at a dlunier, although tie had no music
wthb hmu, went on to the platform tc'
He did his best, but he broke down
In the middle and retired.
lie was cheered up by an elderly.
niau sitting next to hni, w;ho tapped
hlin on the shoulder and said:
"Never indo. lad; tia:'s done thy
best,, but r' tller at asked thee to suin
owl to be shot!"--London Telegraph.

A Millionaire's Baby
attended by the highest priced baby
specialist, could not be cured of stom-
ach or bowel trouble any quicker or
surer than your baby if you give it Mc
Gee's Baby Elixer. Cures diar hoca.
dysentery and all derangements of the
stomach or bowels. Price 25 cts. and
50 cts. Sold bv Gainer Mercantile Co.
Settling a Matrimonial Dispute.
Mine Sd:l Ya.(.co. the fanlous .Iapn-
nese actress, whlo had been a friend of
the assassinated Prince Ito from her
childhood. told the following amusing
anecdote: *
'"Iu my 'frequent quarrels with my
husi:autd we sotnetiues asked PIrince
.Ito to Judge between us. One day
went we liadm had 1m more than usually
Ivl lent dispute at Chigansaki the prince
.:iae In unexpectedly, and I asked
hlli to decide the, question. But he
declined. while proposing the follow-
ing solution:
'Go down Into the garden, both of
you. and fight it out like sumo tori
wrestlerss). The one that wins will
naturally be the one who is in the
.No sooner said than done! In n
trice Kawakam aind I were in wres-
tling trhnl By good luck my husband
was just recovering from a serious Ill-
ness. and as lie was very weak 1 soon
threw hhin to the ground. This amused
tile princlle enormously.v who. of course.
hnd foreseen the end of the unequal
Packing a Trunk.,
"My dear. I cannot get any more
things in, and yet everything in the
trunk Is atholutely Indispensable."
"Yes, but the question Is, 'Which of
the absolutely Indispensable things
can we do without

Does that have honey in their mouths
have ratings in their tails. Scottish




was in town Frlday.
Mr. N. Hutchins has rented and
with his family is occupying the L.
1. Danford cottage in West End.
Mr. C. E. Brackin was in town,
Sund y.
Mr. Dell Johnson spent Sunday
with his family in West End.
Mrs. Sanders of C61umbia, Ga..
is in town for a few days.
Mrs. C. Alexander has a sister
visiting her here.
Messrs. C. J. and Henry Raffield
of Farmdala were buwln s visitors,
at the Buoy office, last-Friday.
Mr. E. A. Wingfield, representing
the medicine manufacturing house
of H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago,
was in St. Andrews, Tuesday, ar-
ranging for the continuance of sup-
plying the people of St. Andrews
with their guaranteed remidies,and
closed the contract for the years
advertising in the Buoy.
Mrs. Thos. Clarkson, the amiable
young wile of a former well knownn
St. Andrews young man, now of
Pensacola, arrived Tuesday and
will visit with her husband's rela-
tives here for a week or two.
Mrs. Lydia E. Ware and daugh%
ters, Dorothy and Grace returned*
from Mobile, where Miss Dorothy
had her onsils removed.
Mr. John I. Blanchard took the
train Tuesday morning, for Day-
ton, Ohio, where he goes to have
his eye treated, at the Soldiers'
Home, and it is to be hoped that
Mr. B. will find relief.
Mr. Hammock and family of
Blakely, Ga.. who spent several
summers at St. Andrews, have re-
turned to stay this summer, they
are occupying the Rotzien house,
on Lake street.
Dr. Snead of Marianna arrived
in St. Andrews, Tuesday evening,
He will remain here for some- days,
prepared to give professional atten-
tion to all those in need 6f dentis-
Mr. W. B. Wynne and family of
Jackson county have arrived for
their summer sojourn and are es-
tablished in their own/cottage, on
Cincinnati street, immediately-
north of the Oaks hotel.
Mr. Chas. Green isa listingg as
salesman in the Bay Mercantile
Co.'s new store.
Mr. Hazely Andrews arrived on
Saturday, to visit awhile with his
mother and brother, Mrs. and Okly
Andrew i.
Mr. L. C. Davis who left for
Vernon, Saturday, on business, re-
turned on Tuesday.
Mrs. Brooks of Atlanta, Ga., is
making her daughter Mrs. P E.

In a Pinch,'Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
The antiseptic powder to shake into
your shoos. It cures hot, tiredl, achinr,.
swollen, sweating feet, and makes
walking easy. rakes the sting out ol
corns ,and bunions. Over 30,000 testi-
monials. Sold everywhere. Don't ac-
cept, any substTtute.

Green a prolonged visit.
Mr. Geo. Malloch who was suffer-
irg frcm blood-poion, caused by a
scratch, 'after being treated' at
the Soldiers' Home, Fitzgerald, Ga ,
returned a short time ago, ap-
parently in good health.
Mrs. J. Porter of Panama City
with her three interesting little ones
two being twins, and her mother
were visiting friends, in St. Andrews
las wee.

Napoleon's Grit
was of ths unconqueable never- say-die
kind, the kind that you need most when
you have a bad cold, cough or lung dis-
ease. Suppose troches. cough syrups,
c liver oil or doctors have all failed,
don't lose heart or hope Take Dr.
King's New Discovery. Satisfaction is
gua,-anteed when used for any throat
ir lung trouble. It has saved thousands
of hopeless sufferers. It masters stub-
born colds, obstinate coughs, hemor-
i.hage ,'la grippe, crop, asthma, hay
fever and wheoving cough and is the
most safe and certain remedy for all
bronchial affections. 59c%, snd $1.00.
Trial bottle free eatA. Brake's and
Gainer Mercantile Co.'s.
Top (who has dined oft hashed mut-
ton)--Bill. waiter. Waiter-What did
you have, sir? Top (sarcastically)--
haven't the faintest Idea.-Londou Tit-

Thought He Wasu 4.
Wife-Do you mean to insinuate that.
your judgment is superior to minel
Husband-Certainly not, my dear. Our
choice of life partners proves it an't
"Like the Rope of Ocnua."
Pew persons who use the phrase
"like the rope of Ocnus" to denote
profitless labor know the significance
of the expression or Its great an-
tiquity. "The Rope of Ocnus" was the
name of a picture painted by Polyg-
totn., a distinguished Greek, who died
In the fifth century B. C. le is reput-
ed first to have given life, character
and expression to painting. According
to Pliny, he opened the mouth and
showed the teeth of his figures, and
he was the first to paint women fig-
ures with transparent draperies. Oc-
nus was a poor but industrious Greek.
whose extravagant wife spent money
as fast as he could earn it, and be re-
lated his troubles to his friend the
painter. Polygnotus thereupon paint
ed the picture of a man weaving a
rope of straw, while behind him stood
a donkey, eating the rope as fast as
it was woven. It is pleasant to relate
that the silent lesson had the desired
efTct upon the wife of (honns and that
it was through her subsequent frugal.
ity and thrift that Ocnus ultimately
rose to a position of great prosperity.-
Minneapolis Journal.

Cleanses and beautifies the b .Ir.
promote a iluxturiant growth.
Never fails to Restore Gray
Cures scalp diseases & hair falling.
ir to its oat Druggists Coor.
5Cc,and o1.00at druggists


The Leading Drug Store

Knowing drug values, is of course, the most important
feature of our business but it has not taken all of our time to know
drug values. We know the value on TOILET SPECIALIES. We
know how to select and buy the very finest that are made.
Test the Fragrance of Our


Examine Our Toilet Waters 1

.Thev are unsurpassed in permanency
anD deltcacy of odor. We keep a com-
plete assortment of the most delicate
domestic and imported perfumes and
Toilet Waters throughout our entire .
Toilet Goods Department
The most ftastiditous taste is pleased
We have a consignment of Toilet Soaps, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for tht
Bath that cop.e nearer to perfection than any we eversaw. Toilet Soaps free
from impurities ore not to be found everywhere. We have them. If you want
anything in this line, here is the place to get it.
TOILET POWDERS-The attention of all ladies who c ire to hayeand re
tain a beautiful complexion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to our line
of delicate powders and complexion beautifiers. Project the open pores of the
skin from dirt, wind and dust by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
oilet is complete without a dust of faintly scented powder over-tthe neck and
face. Tooth Powders, Pastes, Washes, Cosmetics and Rogues of every descrip-
tion. Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs, Manicure 'ets. and all the little
toilet requisites so essential to comfort. health end beauty are to be found here
in endless variety. ellble RUBBER GOODS. In thisde-
partmentour stock is compllete. Our goods
Our goods are the best makes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PATENT MEDICINES in demanp
A. J, H JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.

A Tragedy In Writing.
Illegible handwritlug, whk-b has giv.
en rise to so many comedies. led to
a tragedy In the case of Racher. a
musical entbusiast of the laat century
who devoted several yJart to the coD-
positiou of a history of Viennese oni-
'c. His task flnisbed. be submitted
the manuscrtpt to the Auistrian Im-
perial academy, which be tbad been led
to believe would defray the cost of Its
publication. After three mouth his
manuscript was returnetl. Despite
their best efforts the members had
been unable to decipher It. Bacher
then endeavored t(, have his work
copied, but every professional copyist
who undertook the task bad to confess
himself baiiled. lie thereupon at-
tempted dictating the work. only to
find that even he could not decipher
it, and, heartbroken at the discovery
that ihi y.ers of toll had proved fruft-
less, he alttempted suicide and fluIdaed
his days in t lunatic asylum.



What They Will Do for Yoa
They witcure your bacbacho
strengthen your kidLteys, cbrs.
rect urinary irreguldri!its, buiof
up the worn out tfs3ues, and
eliminate the excesa uriE' aci4db-
that causes rfieumatism. Pt e
vent Brfght's Disease and'Jr
bates, and resotre health~ ad
strength. Refise subatftteti
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-Paints, Salt,

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W. H. Milton. John Dillon, John Milton; III.
President Vice President. Scuy-Troas

Milton Land and Investment Co.

A ITA $200,00. O

Buy, Sell and Deal in Real Estate, Notes. Stocks,.
Bunds: ets.
Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity Insurance.
Lend and Borrow Money, both as principal and a -
Secure Court. Official and other Bonds.
Receive, Hold and Disburse Money and act as Trustee.
and Agents tor Others.
By Special Agreement will Lend Money for Otl)ers o0
Approved Security and Guarantee its Renayment.
John M Dillon, John Milton, j., W H Watson.
W. H. Watson, John Milton. III. H. H LIewis.
J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell.
W. H. Miltor.
Address: W. H. MILITON. President,
Marianne. Florida.
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Write To-day for FREE Copy 1910 Florida Almanac

WhenYou Buy Fertilizer From Us

You Get One Mixed forYour Land
No one Fertilizer can give uniform
benefit to all classes of land. Because all
land is not alike by any meats. When a
4 man goes to buy a farm he wants to see
what kind of soil is there. You should not
think of buying fertilizer without knowing
that it is adapted to your soil, and the crop
to be grown. The proper Fertilizer is as
necessary as the land itself if the grower
s n really wants the most profitable results-
and we believe you, as a grower, do want
Frm TReUC to get from your labor all the crop that
l FeeUr. cma be produced. You should have it.
You are entitled to a substantial profit from your
labor. You should have it. We want to help you, and
'fee sure we can.
First, we need from you a chance. Write us to-day for
a free copy of our 191o Florida Almanac, and give us the
number of acres and kind of crops you cultivate. Has the
information that ought to be in all reliable almanacs, and
Fertilizer facts that are worth studying-and studying
before your grove is fertilized or next crop is planted.
Jacksonville, Florida

Mrs. L. Wiselogel and her daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. Ralph Wiselo,,el
I and baby, and daughter, torn ,r'y
Mi Ie tsie W., and Mr. Dixon
and family, all Lo a 2laranna,
wvell-known St. Addrews friends,
are recent arrivals here, have taken
a house of Mrs. Sanders for a
month, and will for that length of-
time, certainly, enjoy the pleasures'
of an outing ht St. Andrews.
Mr. W. C. Holley of Southport

SPhysial Formation of Mexico. Unoorttlgtj S Mexk-u posse.ses a curious ph!i:ical A lon is a artful nannima Do ed
CSTO formation. Itlsing rul, idl. by a; sue- a away WKb the Idin that lhiu'l a
ces lon of terraces from t tlhe ow. dangeroUS,. i**' may hav I b i' o I1
tudy -oati on tC4e ,aat as m .tt it tweuty. but No. 21 .wQ01 Tfki~gj~ yit

ti lh!'m, -41 nd outh- Mnay b. th ere la ths grotpit d a p
easterly direction and having a eleva- tacikin"R a fW. I rmnit er slo
tion varying from 4.(M to 8.000 -tet Ut.. wl, hotid tIv.Js-t.fi-.fr*rq a i)
Recentdiscoveries have shown above the sea. High above this pt years a d dwii t# t 41ta IWiW*~',
that falling hair is caused by teau tower the snow capped erta e ft ose a Hu eto d sUM r.-t he &- m*
germs at the roots of the hair. several volcanoes, most of which are he wounded acd Wa ltdY ma'~"
Therefore, to stop falling hr, extinct Ten of them are over ft2000 ea.ng td te: o w or. e mant? ym w ';
Therefore, to stop falling feet In helght, and three look down1 w bem onl"" ot lxt9t. nvw
you must frst completely de- upon fertile valleys from ltittode of hire klllkd ldhO. l Ctokn b i
troy these germs. Ayer's Hair .7sa.M 178i50 and ihOO feet. T Wese while tme se to hat.k They Mabad
Vigor, new improved formula, are Popocatepetl, Orlsaba and Ixtacel- to *et sou yon Itob0 bdatCX *i
will certainly do this. Then huatl. -Forest and Strtam.
leave the rest to nature. Work 24 Hours a da Pracd.
De snotlm the colotof e lhar. r little thins ever ma de tlderly Ontleman W)Iuath bwle
Formuas with eaeh bottle Th u t tle thn ever mde a the door -Mrs. Wlkin. mrll y.y
y how it to your are Dr. King's New Life Pills, Every be my wife? I have 2.(n 1 na a eni
doctor pill is a sugar coated globule of health, home. I'll give yiIu ttne mttutes 4o
A sth 'endo u". h."tr that changes weakness into strength, make up your iotad. .
.. . n d eilanguor into energy, brain far into Mrs. 'Wilki;ns (rroaupttly--'t-r 3.000
Recent discoveries have also proved that mental power; onrtng constipation, and a better tfmre t:.nn yt si. *nd I'll
dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp. .gtie you tbree o tnes l toget ut of
Therefore, to cure dandruff, theflrstthing headache, chills, dyspelfsia, malaria, thi.--Loudon Tit-tllia
to do is to completely destroy these dan. 25c, at A. H. Brake's and Gainer Mer-
druffgerms. Here, the same Ayer's Hair cantlle Co.'s. Who troubles others hat nou t
Vigor will give the same splendid results. Wi iself.-Italan l'r 'V-.r -,
-Mad ebyi SJ.AM tOlw. Lw. nLf.-Itnn M6 a Loe _....


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N .tle f Ierey given that the following described lands will be sold at pub
lie auction on the l1t Gay of Aurgu.t, 1910, at the East door of the Bankof
St. Audrews, Fla, or so much th reof us will be necessary to pay the amount of
She towni-teax herein net-opposite to the same together with the cost of such
mke and d0vtWisie ,Town .Taxs for the Town of St. AndrewS, Fla., for. 1909.

2v TOV^ .g P Amt,
AMsB .1 1 I and
0- Costs.

Vatkiowq......... lot 40 block I net............ 30
VUkaown ........ south oe 86 7. 8,,9, 10,11, 12,
13, 14 d'f5, blk I nwi.... 30
oa...,.... lot 25rid 37 bIk 22 nw.......30
Jakw......... lots 37 nd 38 blk 29 nw ...... 30
TP0kown ......... lots 29 and 39 bl 30nw ...... 30
SJ naollwn......... lots30 and 31 blk32 anw..... 30
amknoW......:..- blk 2, except ni of lota 10 and
'1e '" I1 swt ......................30
Unlowi ...... n lots 10 and 11 blk2 w... 30
Unknown. : ..... bik 6 except lot 30 swi........ 30
Unknown..... ':.. bik 9 except lot 9 sw* ....... 30
Unknown........ blk 10 awt................ 30
Unknown. ........ bike 11 and 12 swi............ 30
QCnkno*n. ... b; -. ik 13 and 14 swi............ 30
Unknol in......... lots 36 and 38 blk 22 swl...... 30
Unknown......... lots 1 and 2 blk 23 w*........ 30
Unknown ........ lots 1 and 2 blk 25 swl......... 30
Unknown........... it 18, 20, 21 and 22 blk 30 sw 30
Unknown .. ..... n of.lots 10 and 12 blk 2 sei... 30
S.Unknown ........ blk 6 except lot 30 seo......... 30
Unknown........ blk 7 sej ................... 30
Unknown.......... loto 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 26, 28, 20,
and 32, blk 9 set............ 30
Unknown.... .... lot 18 blk 18 sei............. 30
Unknown......... blk 23 set................... 30
Unknown......... blk 25se ................... 30
Unknown.,.. .. lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 blk 27 see.... 30
Unknown......... blk 30 less lots 28 and 29 set... 30
Unknown......... lots 12, 13, 15, 29, 30 and 31 blk
I31 set.......................30
Unknown....... lots 12 and 13 blk 13 ne ....... 31
Unknown ......... lots 11 and 12 blk 15 ne*...... 31
Unknown.. ;,. ... lots 11, 12, 13 and 14 blk16
nei .........................31
Unknown ...... i ote 5 and 6 blk 17 net......... 31
Unknown........ tof lots 13 14, 15.and 16 blk
n 3 net. ..... .............. 31
Unkqpwn......... n of lot 16 blk 30 net ........ 31
Unknownn... ..... lots 9. 10 .and 11 blk 32 net... 31
Unknowin.,...... lots 1, 6;7, 8, 16 and 17 blk 1
S* DWi..... ...... . .. ...... 31
Unnown......... lot 10 blk 5 nw............ 31
Unknin.... ..... tots 1 and 10 blk 13 nw....... 31
Unknqon. .-.....lot8 blk 1.8 niw............... 31
Unknown.......... lot 1 blk 23 nwi.............. 31
Unkflown..... blk 24 nwi...... ........... 31
known .......lotl13 btk32 nwl ............ 31
tI Covington... blk 17 sw .. .......... .. 31
Unknown......... blke7, 8 and 10 sw*........... 31
known ......... blks19 and20 skof sw........ 31
Will Johnso...... lots 6, 7,12and 13 blk 22 s* sw* 31
C F8tewart ..... lots 8. 9, 10 and 11blk 28 s9 sw 31
Else Beinett.... lots 3, 4 15 and 16 blk 26 at swi 31
Oeo .Oovingt3n.. blk 27 s of swi............... 31
R C Covington..blks 31 and 32s of eow......... 31
Unknown........ blk 43 swl................. 6
Unknown......... o 14 blk 8 t................ 35
Unknown........ lot 2 ik 10 s................ 35
Unknown........ lot 15 blkll sa................ 35
tMkwn .... ... wiof of lot 6 blk 29 ....... 36
Unknown.... .... nw of lot 6 and n* of lots 7 to
\11 blk 29 s8........... ...... 35
JE ~torer ...... all of blk 5 and 6 wl........ 36
S K Pond........ lot 5 blk 1 awl ................ 36
nknown-......... lot10 blk 30 swl.......... 36
Unknown....... lots 17 anl 18 blk 32 awl...... 36
Unknown......... lots 7,8 and 9 blk 21 ,net...... 1
Unknown......... lots 7,8,10 and 11 blk 24 neo.. 1
I Davis.......... lot8 blk 29not.............. 1
J A Niohols..... lot 9 blk 29 net............ 1
Uuknown ......... lots 8 and 9 blk 17 nwa ........ 1
known ......... lot 10,blk 1 nw..............

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C. L, ARMSTRONG, Town Tax Collector.

**9*oOOC ooooooood oo **' ,*' ... ..... ..:- o ... ,,ut.
O his wa!k was not ilelisant;: n< tilinl.
8Il Wii 1 w0as pleBiKlltt. lHS W HS tl to oP
SFIh 0, 0. '3soolliry lih. m.vh, a&.line hild rumndel
T0 e tut herao ini aeyX 0 Ing at her mothers. Eve tihe rele
g DOboue bell did not ring. t lbe hallf ex
Ii t Iec'ed It illilgtt. Nothing hAtpl.iied.
Snd he and that bag lieemnlu to tre thi
)U ly 'occupntst of that quiet house
SStory' o a Lost Aliue rentctiod home Ju.t in time t<
Press for dittuer. Then he had a visitor.
Swho detained him until the lust tmo.
wenta(. o be had.no chance for a sight
O RAT5 V. i'DNNEB, d f Aline until be found her at the
-a 0 ale.
Caop liW. I tby Amer tsm Press 0 He had pi turned her distrait. wor
S Association. 0 rked, bad ipuauned It atl-wbat she
o* .00ooooo oooooooooooo should say and be should aitswer and
what the result would be--but the best
But, my dear, you are all wrong?' laid plus of mkie ,and men gang aft
claimed the bishop's wife, looking agley. and he was disappointed. Aline
*irepachfully over the coffee urn, was simply radiant, hesitating. having
wtchb had htdden her piquant face Put on the blue dress he was so fond
ov hber husband's adoring glance. at and looking just as she had looked
I wasn't careless. It was the washer- lp those days wheu she had first lured
weoma. Ityou mstblamesomebd him from sermons and from services
women. I you must blame somebodyy, by the magic of her charm.
amesa blame her. Of course I didn't She had seen old friends by chance.
amean to lerae a pearl pin-and espe- had lunched with a group of favorite
dally one you had given me-In my aunts and cousins who had made much
laundry bag." of her and had found just the desired
That afternoon as he was walking bit of lace at that sale. The day had
rainkly down Main street to make a been a success from start to finish.
parsh visit in the distance he saw "You didn't lose your purse, did
Alne's blue 1at antd & shifiug hair. Hit you?" The bishop felt mpellled flual-
ly to jump into the ditch of his own
heart bN a hIbit of beating faster at digging. Aline looked her astonish-
tie *ahlb of her slender, dainty figure. ment.
.'ed that'afteroon she looked even "Lose my purse!" she said. "Why.
wore attrattive than usual to him no. of course. I didn't! What a fun-
among a crowd of columunplace wom- ny question. James! Just because I
**. He buried to catch up with her. lost that pin-or, rather. It lost Itself-
bit ntw., too, was walking fast and had you needn't think I am going to lose
tnrud Into Pierce's department store everything else 1 own."
beforneb was :ear enough to join "Are you sure you have your purser
ro b W r e h The bishop was obviously perplexed
' hae. t her answer. .
He went In. too. and secured a van- "Jinulie." she said. "I am gling to,
4g1e point om. feet away, where he ~end for an nlknlnst. You certatnlu
waked until he should have a chance have softening of thebratn. My pures.
to ap t to a.space next to her. i, up In my bureau drawer at this very
As he waited he noticed her gold moment"
bai lIod p the couter beside her The bishop was growing excited
muff. ourt.ot her direct line of vision. "Go and lok for it," le Interrupted
sti llt bh e babit! An idea Bashed "! know It 1s not there."
lBt tlb blBhop's mind. Object lesons Aline was staring at him with nark
ofta tcompltih what aU the lectures wonder In her blue eyes. "Jln
n the world tall to a title. listen!" she said. etuphlslzlig ber
Quietlj aMd qctkly he laid an arm words by tapping the table with tbh
Stl emoter, swept it along the end of a spoon. "My purse Is in my
f unnoteed by the mob of women drawer, where I put It when I came
*ngrt toward tm baoa Mecca home unless you have stolen It"
"._ Ho was ot een. US hand "Perhape I have." The bishop's fac-
Ie the beg. closed over It, drew was a study nt crimson, and ie spo)k,
F b,106 O' P ItW tt 1 InIto ha In a loud, dictatorial way. "Go and
mea-. cet it."s .
Was he pIcpocket or bishop
a certalIy felt like the former. pAr
eww had be felt io abject, so80 crml.- IN 1 U ll $'IlW
abily miserable, as when he pushed his fti e4utldre .fte, ew *. eo opteaLe
way out of that shop. for to carry out
16 object lese necessmltated giving
up that aatledpted companionship on | llifl $l Il FRENCH FEMALE
is walk. Bo be went on ut and down P L L
aror aloe., wondering why the police A sA u CUT Nr, Iba rS Ws E Mww.ur? AIo.
idl 'sot take him by the arm. why no I i I nlW. TIBFAIL. saf I Sure t Speedy jat.
eme polated the finger of scorn, while l. per b" WllOn mtem on tral, tobepi fur
:U2M rhlel8ieved.apleeTFre. Ifyour druglt4 dampot
that wwied gold thing was glitter- hered y our orders to the
It so bq rlgtl hi bhDorket. o cAc. ox 74. L ta iNcAT. A.

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A MaO. Tageont Sp'r%
*nSe UYwlSa, P.O., udme.:"! ems aay
1a a llS' UM da w bt .'" Dr. 5. M. Defote,
3.md+*eKu re gives areeratio-
f~f a ibabut TeBa. rites.
%.rNUNNMi wbir- sonfs Mm io|
*O1i *ams o#m "way,.ca rsw* ?O

R St. mcdrew's Biy by Dr. W. t. MIckiell

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

30x50 incIhe, correctly platted and
showing all the more important
btiildings--is of great value to any
'no contemplating purchasing pro1.-
oirty in town. It covers about found
:miles of coast line, extending easg
.vard from Dyer's Point to andl em-
iracing Old St. Andrews, with co-r-
rusponding territory inland. 'Price
)ne Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
Showing all the lards disposed of by
lie Cincinnati company also locates
lHarrison, Parker, Cromanton and
adjacent country. Thie plat of the
:-.s is not shown. but by tihe aid of
:lis nap the aipproxiinate location of
mny lAt isH easily determined. Price
Fifty Cenits, at the Buoy Office.
Either map will be sent.by mail to
tny address on receipt of the price.

Cream Vermifuge



Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
Sold by Gainer Mercantile C),

Notice is hereby given that A T Brock,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 121. dat-
ed the 1st day ;of J.Tne. A. D., 1908, has
filed; said certificate in my offi and has
made application for tax deed t) issnc in
accordance with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described property
situatsd in Washingtoa county, Ftorida,
to-wit: Lot 5, bloek 12, ni of sec. 8, tp
4s, r. 14w. The said land being assessed
at the dateof the issuance of said certif-
icate in the name of B. V. Brock. Un-
less.said certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cordiug to law, tax deed will issue there-
on on the 14th day ofJuly A. D., 1910.
Witness my official signature and seai.
[L. a] this the 7th day of June, A. D.
1907. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Florida.

AVW.e8mftr p l et i W OffdldesarlPtio U
aulctly ascertain our opinion free wttetF, ai
invention is probably patentable. comnix ii
1ton strictlyconfldential. Handbookon Pat "
ent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Pateuts taken through Munn & Co. reoec
special notice, without charge, in the
Scutlific JIRmrican.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. JLargcst eit
culation of any scientflc journal. Terms, $3 a
your: funr months, $1. Sold ball newsdeaners
MUNN & C .361roadway New York
Branchb Ofice F25 Pr t '.Vs W inton 0

for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes.

Sold in St. Andrews by dil Druppists

Aline's eyes filled with tears. She
had never heard her husband speak
In that way before. She was hurt and
a little frightened, though she would
not show it.
"Certainly." she said in a vry digni-
fied tone, sweeping out of the room.
leaving the bishop as bewildered as he
was excited. He was beginning to
feel badly that she was about to be so
shocked. but surely there was never a
more glaring example of her careles-
ness than this. To think that she bad
brought her uag home with her when
all the time-
Flyitng footsteps. flashing eyes, a gold
bag flung into his lap! "There.' Jim-
me --cruzy, crazy boy!" exclaimed a
triumphant voice. "Now will you be
nood ?"
The very tas--the very-cobwebs
filled the bishop's brain for a moment.
"1 I don't see." he stalnmnered. "WHIt
a ilnuit. will you?" Then he in his
turn tsti upstairs and weplt to his bu-
reau drawer. The very bh:g! It took
lilin sotne time to get his hearings. to
surmlnon up (n'urage to go down to
thut lighted room and to the repron c'h
fill glanulces ol t(llhoe le eye. Hilt
the ldshop was' good sport. alth ,ich
the brilliancy of his sermons was
soen(tmnes open to critillsn. Down l o
the dining roomI he bravely walked
and luid the bag ltside its duplicate.
Allne looked aid looked and looked
agalu. Then her hniiughtlies was that
of a tragtlvy queen:
"J.Timo-, explain: l 111 you think you
had ny bag? And where did you get
it r
The blthop waS silent. He was ah-
sentrnllnhilly comparing the dupll-
cates. Aline's had her monogram on
the framework: the other hud only
initials. "M 31. iB" He repeated It
over and over to himsIelf. ius If It were
a favorite refrain. Then he knew that
his day of judgment had come.
"I stole it!"
"Where, Janms?'
"1 saw you on nMain street this morn-
Ing"-his tone was of the yet un.
shriven monk--"I followed you into
Pierce's to usk youi to wnik down to
the (rants with me. I saw your bag
lying on the counter beside your muff.
and I-took it."
"What for?"
"Why, just to-to"-the bishop was
growing extremely nervous rider the
steady gaxe of those questioning blue
eyes-"why. my dear, to-hang it all,
Aline! Haven't you any Imagination?
Can't you Imagine why?"
"Certainly not-and I don't propose
to try! The idea of a bishop stealing
his wife's purse, even trying to give
her a moment's fright for any reason
at all. is some thing for which there can
be no possible explanation and which
I don't even care to think about. Hut
I do say this-i think when a bishop
stoops to those dreadful things it is
time for his wife to leave him!"
High tragedy was written all over
the little lady's face as she folded her
arms. arched her eyebrows and looked
sternly at her writhing husband. Then
a sudden change of expression swept
over her mobile face. ".lames." she
said. "did you really and truly do it
for the good of your poor black sheep':
Did you steal your wife's purse to
save her soul?"
Still silence while the bishop twirled
a lock of hair furiously between his
thumb and forefluner.
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Foley's Kidney Pills Have Cured
The above is a quotation from a lette
written by H. M. Winkler, Evansville.
Ind. "'I contracted severe case of kid.
ney trouble. My back gave out and
Iained me. I seemed to have lost all
strength and ambition; was bothered
with dizzy spells, my head would swim
and specks float before my eyes. I took
Foleys Kidney Pills, regularly and
am now perfectly well and feel like a
new man. Foley's Kidney Pills have
cnred me." Sold by Jno. R. Thompson
& Co.

"James. answer me."
The bishop turned appealing eyes to
hers-so hard. so cold-and as their
eyes met something happened. Laugh-
ter such as possesses the spirits of
elfland overcame the dignified bishop
and his wife. Words were impossible.
Anger was a thing of the past. Expla-
nations needed not to be made. Peals
of laughter met and mingled across
the table. Aline was the tirst to re-
cover sufficiently to speak.
"Let's see whose it is." she said.
And the bishop handed it to her. while
wiping his eyes with tte other.
"M. B. H'm!" muttered Aline
Then. opening the bag, she held aloft
a visiting card. "James," she shrieked.
"it is mother's!"
His mother-in-law's! The bishop was
speechless-this time with horror.
Aline was an only child, her mother
ever on the watch lest he should let
the winds of life blow too strongly on
her child. He never could face her
after a situation like this. She was
always severe on his clerical Ideas.
And now this!
"What can I do?" His tone was that
of a suppliant, and Aline thoroughly
enjoyed his misery.
"Do?" she said. "There are several
things you can do, and you will have
to do one of them quickly, or mother
will be here asking my advice about
what she can do to recover It. Father
gave it to her on their last anniver-
sary, and she will be frantic at having
lost it. By the way. I don't see why
you didn't see her In the shop."
"Neither do 1. Now tell me what to
Aline held up her plump hand and
counted off fingers as she spoke: "Way
No. 1, messenger boy sent to leave it
at her door, with no explanation, note
or card-spirit too cowardly for a bish-
op to resort to; way No. 2. send at
once to Pierce's. saying you found It-
falsehood unworthy of your Ideals;
way No. 3. take it to her yourself and
own up to your methods of improving
her child's character."
Silence. The bishop looked down-
cast, Aline roguish.
"Well. James," she said at last,
"what have you decided to do? Mercy,
there's the telephoneF Oh, my dear.
suppose it's mother!"
It was. Muffline the transmitter.
Aline whispered in a nusn or excite-

A Few Short Weeks.
Mr. J. S. Bartell, Edwardsville, Ill.,
writes: A few months ago my kidneys
became congested. I had seve-e back-
ache and pain across the kinneys and
hips. Foley's Kidney Pills promptly
cured my backache and corrected the
action of my kidneys,eThis was brought
about after myousing them for only a
few short weeks, and I can cheerfully
recommend them. Sold by Jno. R.
Thompson & Do.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY hlas made very heraln cli.
)ing arrangements with a few ofthe very
nest publications in the.country and for
the present can send for a whole year
!he BUOY and
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
and Year Book)............. 1 71
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 8.'-
do Semni weekly,forfl 55
Scientific American' '' .... 3 50
Farmer and Fiuit Grower ... 2 55
Florida Agriculturist ... 1 5>
do clubsof 5; each .. 2 25
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 17
N. Y. World thricea week)..... 1 75
The Cosmopolitan............. 1 75
The Criterion ................... 50
For any or either of the above publica-
tions in connection with the BUOY ad-
press all orders to t HE BUOY.
,P' Andrews Fla.

Department of the Irterior.
U. S. Land Office at Gaineaville, F;a ,
June 4th, 1910.
Notice js hereby given that Walter B.
Hobbs. of Bennett, Florida, who, on Feb-
rJary 25th, 1908, made Homestead Entry,
Serial, No. 05189, for the sw* of ne
andw of se section 19, township 1 south
range 13 west, Tallahassee Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
commutation proof, to esthblish Claim
to the land above described, bcf-re the
clerk of the circuit court, at Vernon,
Florida, on the 20th day of July, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Lafay
ette Richardson, Walter A. I'inckney
and Willie L. Gnrganious, of Kenett,
Flor.da, and Walter R. Gainer of Econfi-
na, Florida. HENRY S CHUBn. Register.
Of Application for Tax Deed.

"f) you stop trying to save miy soul anu1
more ?"
The bishop's answer was unintelligi-
ble, but understood. Still Aline did not
show her hand.
"And, dearest. If I do you must let
me cffoose the text for your special
sermon next Sunday. Yes? Now listen
while I show you what can be done
with a complicated situation."
Saved-not by grace, but by Allue--a
very meek bishop took his place in the
pulpit the following Sunday and an-
nounced as his text "The way of the
transgressor Is hard."


Department of the Interior.
June 25, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that Winfield
S. FPrcell of Econfina, Florida, who, on
December 17th 1908, made homestead en-
try serial, No. 01085, for swi of section 18
township 1 south, range 12 west, Talla-
hassee Meridian,has filed notice of inten-
tion o make final commutation proof, to
establish -laim to the land aboredescrib-
ed, before the clerk of the circuit court,
at Varnon, Florida, on the 3d day of An-
gust, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Heury
Padgett, H. L, Porter, J. W. Brown and
W. W. Gainer, all of Econfinn. Flaorida.
HENRY S. CHeBB, Register.
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
June 25th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Robert L.
Purcell, of Econfina, Florida, wLo on Au-
gust 3d, 1904, made Home-tead Entry
No.34686, (Serial, No.02775), for a of
nw* and wj of sw section 32 township
1 north, range 13 west, Tallahassee Me-
ridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five-year pioof to establish
claim to the land above described before
the clerk of the cirauit court at Vernon,
Flordia, on thu 31 day of August, 1D10.
ClaimantI names as witnesses: T. E.
Gainer, W; W. Gainer, W. b. Purcell
and W. A. Blackwell, all of Econfina,
Florida. HEars S. CaUBB, Register.

U. S. Land Office at Galnesville, Florida.
June 25th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Felix K.
Fulgham, of SeAthport, Florida. who, on
November 2d, 1909. made Homestead
Entry, aerial No. 01822 for nej section
30 township 1 south, range 14 west, Talla-
hassee Meridian, has filed notice of in-
tention to make final commutation proof,
to establish claim to the land above de-
scribed, before tho clerk of the circuit
court, at Vernon, Florida, on the 4th
day of August, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: George
Morrell and Tom Morrell ofNo!es, Floii-
da and Lewis Floyd and Barney Young,
of Sonthport, Flazida.
HENt HS. CHUBB, Register.

Gmardtan's 1Notice.
Notice is hereby given, that I, Mary
V Cokran, as guardian of Curtis Cohran,
a minor, will apply by petition to tihe
Honoraqle Ira A. Hutchison, County
Judge in and for Washington County,
Florida, at his office in Vernon, Florida.
on Monday, the 25th day of Julv, A. D.
1910 for an order authorizing aud oermit-
ting me to sell at private or public sale,
as the court may order, all of the right,
title and interest of the said Curtis Coh-
ran' a minor, in and to the following de-
surthed real estate lying and being in
Washington County, Florida, described
as follows, to-wit, All land in Lot Three
(31 Sec. 14, Twp 2 s, R. 20 west, lying
north of a line drawn from a point in the
Wear Boundary of said Lot Three (3) 25
chains north of half-mile post on South
Boundary of said Sect. 14, an extending
thence East teChoctawhbtchee Bay, con-
taining thirty-one (31) acres, more or
S Guardian.

Of Application for Tax Deed.
Notice is hereby given thar J. H.
Drummond, purchaser of Tax Certificates
Nos. 138,141, 143, 146, 150,151,153, 164,
165, dated tho 1st day of June, A. D.,
190I, has filed sid certificates in my of-
fice, and has made application 'or lax
d 'ed to issue in accordance with law. Said
eertificates emlnlraco the following de-
scrihed property situated in Washingto;;
county, 'lorida, to-wit:
No. 13S block 2, iesslots 10 to 15 st
sec, 35, tp, 3s, r. 15w.
No. 141, let 13, lock 7, st of asec. 3,
tp 3s, r. 15 w,
No. 142, lot Iti, block 11, s'. sect. 35, t;.
3s, r. 15w.
No. 145, lots 7 rind 10, lik 26, 4 sec. 35,
1p 3s, r. 15w.
No 141;, lot 4, l,lk 26, s4 sec. 35, tp. 3s:
r. 15w.

A Conteuted Woman
is always found in the house with Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment. It keeps every
member of the family free from aches
and pains, it keals cuts and burns and
scalds and cures rheumatism, neural-
gia, lumbago nnd all muscular sore-
ness and stiffness 25c 50cand$1.00, a
bottle. Sold by Gaiger MercaniloeCo.

Sea Rules of the Road.
On the sea it is even more important
than on land that there should be well
defined rules of the road. While there
abe "ocean lanes," vessels do not move
along well marked lines, like railway
trains. They cross and recross each
other's tracks. Moreover, there is no
air brake which can halt an ocean
steamer within a few yards. Rules
of the road at sea are based upon com-
mon sense and experience. In general,
when two vessels under steam are
meeting each other end on they follow
the same rules as with us with vehi-
cles-that is, each steers to the star-
board or right. One short blast from
the ship's whistle means that she is
taking the starboard course, two blasts
mean that she Is taking her course to
port, three that she is going full speed
astern. Should there be risk of col-
lision between a steam vessel and a
sailing vessel it is the duty of the
steam vessel as the more manageable
to keep out of the way of the other.
For the same reason a sailing ship
which Is running free Is required to
keep out of the way of one which is
running close hauled.-Travel.

Testing an Explosive.
One of the most dangerous of ex-
plolsves is iodide of nitrogen, a black
powder which the slightest touch will
often cause to explode when dry with
great violence. In experiments to de-
termine the cause of its extreme ex-
plosiveness soae damp Iodide of nitro-
gen was rubbed on the strings of a
bass viol. It is known that the strings
of such an instrunmnt will vibrate
when those of a similar instrument
having an equnl tension are played
upon. In this c.lse. after the explo-
sive had become thoroughly dry upon
the strings, another bass viol was
brought near and the strings sounded.
At a certain note the lodide of uitro-
gen on the prepared Iristrumpunt ex-
ploded. It was found that tihe explo-
sion occurred only when a rate of vi-
bration of sixty a second was com.
municated to the prepared strings.
Vibration of the G string caused an
explosion, while that of the E string
had no effect.

Tommy was a fairly good pupil ex-
cept In 4rrkhntrilc. Tle teacher no-
ticed with- Ils b inoe studies that
when mtins wren set he always
brought Inuunawers much in excess of
the correct aminunt. As thls was tin
failing he called whe hoy to him and
"Tommy. how is it that your sums
are always wrorcg and the totals al-
ways too larre-''
"Dunni)o. ten-ac'r.
"Doi s aniy o1w' lssit you'll wi!li yo
arithnmllec at boue. NuoA, bCe truth-
"Yes., sir. tt lit'r."
"What dost ,iur f;itlhr do for a liv-
"He's a wHiter. sir"
"Ah." sHid the rtercher. "that nc-
counlts for it. ('Go t;k und sit down."'

Finish Respect For the Law.
In l''niuu ilote Is a deep aud pre-
vailing respelst for law.
"Cain I have a slot at an elk?" asked
a stranger ut a lieu.aut who lived on
the friln.,e- 0t a forest well stocked with
this noble game.
"No. sir. It's uaganst the law."
"What is i he pI'ntIiy?"
"'\o hundred tl'tnalsh marks."
"All right. \'ill you come along with
mo If I ;,igroe to pay the tine?"
"No. I won't. It's against the law,
muti lI m 'SOt ,',!t'" t> !rt,:k it' '"--"' us-
a:ion C'ii;;a>ltilisi tis."

Why He Searched.
'fIh old Inan Ii;l d videntiy dropped
-~onetl:ing, In t he rtlildy rcad. and he
igaun searchti~ for it. In three nmn-
utes about thirty stra ;gersr hlnd joined
iii the sitnrclh. nls( every additional
minute Lrought udd1itlobu l searchers.
Ill at last one,. bolder than the rest
plucked up hear t and spoke:
"What are you looking for?" he in-
i ulred.
"My friend," mumbled the old man.
'I have dropped a piece of taffy can-

"But. great Scott,"' cned another of
the crowd angrily. "why do you go
looking for It when it will be covered
with dirt?"
"Because, my inquisitive friend," re-
plied the old man. "my false teeth are
sticking to that taffy."

Strange Hiding Place.
False teeth are occasionally used for
secretive purposes. An eccentric old
lady boasts of a roof plate which con-
sists of two thin sheets of gold be
tween which a miniature copy of hei
will is inserted. In a similar manner
a dyer preserves a prescription which
he declares he would not disclose fo,
a large sum.-London Mail.

Fo EY3s Kidns an la ERih
Makes Kidnavs and Bladder Right

Byron's "Bride of Abydos."
It was after Lord Byron arrived In
Greece that he wrote that beautiful
poem "The Bride of Abydos" and that
exquisite song the "Maid of Athens,"
which, says a Parts contemporary,
every Euglishman of culture knows by
heart. IDocuments enable us to estab.
lish the true identity of the heroine
of this poem. She was one of the
three daughters of Mr. Black. I:ngrIh
vice cousl ati Atlh'us, at whose ho;uso
Byron for some time lived. After the
departure of the poet Theresa Black
married an archaeologist, M. Pit;akis,
whose widow she bicanue r several
yibars later. IIer beauty, her charm,
her elegance, conqucr'ed every heart,
including Byron's. In 1873 the hero-
ine of the poet was an old woman of
upright figure and still showing signs
of her former beauty. With age had-
come poverty. The Loudon Ti;nes,
moved lby her distress. opened at this
epoch a subs-crptlo'n In her favor. She
died nl 1873.-London Globe.
Whelks' Eggs.
Natural soap is not heard of very of.
ten, but It not only exists, but is highly
prized by Jack Tar In the tropics when
the purser reports that the ship's sup-
ply of soap bus given out. Then all
hands are sent ashore to gather a sup-
ply of "natural soap." whk'h Is found
on the shore in the shape of whelks'
eggs. The whelk is a little shellfish. or
marine mollusk. which In Europe lh
eaten like mussels, cockles. oysters
and clatns, but in the tropics it is
more highly esteemed for the soap It
provides in the shape of its eggs. The
eggs are found in a light yellowish
nuss which .i composed of some five
or six hundred capsules. One fisl
alone produces millions of these eggs
in the course of the year. They are
found on the shores of the Atlantic,
but are very profu, kon the lntertrop-
ical coral reefs, whero sailors take
large quantities aboard for use as

Diamond Cut Diamond.
"Patrick II. Mc('arreu.," sid a Prook-
:1'n lawvyer, "'lnew how to hiiudle meu,
lie i met str:lghtfPrward imen with
strightrf.rw.:rd methods, and tricky
men be l'-tei their own.
"Once he illustrated his policy to
me with a story. He was like, he
said, the rkh Peter Iiggfins.
"'When enter was y-oung and Ijy
two friends, being hard up. put up a
game on him.
"'Peter,' they said. 'you mr1:ht pay
us that $2 we leut you.'
"'When did you lend me $2?' said
Peter haughtily.
"'Why. night Iwfore aIst, when you
were drunk.' was the rn'py.
"'Oh, yes.' saik PIeter 'I remember
now. But, hang It, 1 paid you back'
"'Paid us back? When.r
"'Last niht, when you were druuk.
nT'U't vii r(eom';pIuH-'r?'.
The Laborer's Thanks.
A tramn car was going down a busy
street one day aid was uireud3 ctoa-
fortably full when it was hbaled by a
laboring man much lthe worse fot ilil-
uor. who presuetly staggered along the
ear betwe,-n two rows of well dressed
people regardless of pulostisd s lies
and tender ftet.
Murmurs and complaints arose on nil
sides. aifd dei:mt)(I s were l)t hied that
the offender should be ejected at once.
But atuid the storm of abuse one
friendly volt'c was raised as a bettevo-
lent clergyman rose troui his seat. say-
"No, no-! Let the mant sit down and
be qu!et."
The discomfiture of the party turned
to mirth when the drunken one seized
his benefactor by the haud. exclaim-
"Thank ye. sir-thank ye. I see you
know what it is to be tight!"--London

served Him Well.
During the trly d:ys out the care
of Illlitltn Allen White. when he was
uarged wul itlls the cuoiduict ol a country
1palper in Iowa. he one day re.ceive.-d a
(';nll trouL anu IlgtIniUt co.tnttribumtlr,
who Imlttcrly ctnplainued that mtiter
of his, loug htefi 's sunultted. had rot
bnwcu pubLiv'fA.;;
"Softly. niy frPnd.l" said White In
his most rttuf tllu tlone. "Really 1 iu.-st
offer my bst tlmlnks to y,'u for thame
features. )'hey hilve sii'r\-d me well.
l,'rom- time tu tsiie wtheis I get to think-
ing that this sheet is a pretty poor one
to intiuht upon .uSg auttuering put)lc
i look up your stuff artid ret'd It calre-
fully., a process which' enauubles me to
perceive how muU h worse miny paper
might be. whereupon i become real

cheerful. Please dou't take them from
me."--Cleveland Leader.
Dt.- -itfr Appfarances.
A remarknl'te experience once befell
Mark Twann In Auntralis. wht'bh. he
said. determln>ed him never agntn to
judge by appearances. He had just
'anded- at an Australian port, and. to
his chagrin, there was no porter in
sight to (cirry his luggaire. Seelug a
rough looking. 1, low te:niln:r idly ai'-nlnst aI poI:rt with
his L:!jd3. nl his p:'cket!s, tthe author
be-koned to him and suhi:
"See hert'. if yt.u'1l cut'r.v these bn:it
up to the hotel I'll Five you halIf a
The man scovw.-d 'A;'r' l. irad. tah-
Ing three or four goi'i-n-. st.io'rel.'iis
from his lochet e eulEclirteil threw
themin nto thle sea. scowlcd at Mark
Twain atogin Dand wa'ked aw.:y w .vth
out a wcrd.

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No. 150, lots 15 to 18 inc. Ilk 2, sw)'sec.
36, tp. 3s, r, 15w.
No. 151. lots 2iiad 3, blk 16, sw'4i ec. 36,
tp. 3s, r 15w v,
No. 153, lots 7, 8, 9 and 16, ,lk 18, swY'i
scc. 36, to, 3s, r. 15w.
No. 16-, lot 15, blk 15; sw asec, 36, tp.
3s, r. 15w.
No. 165, lot IM less 40 lect off south end.
b)lo.k 3, swi sec. 1, to. 4s, r. 15w.
The said land being assessed at thie date
*,t the issuance of such certific;ates in the
names of Unkiown. Unknown, Elizobeth
Rather C. L. Armstrong, Unknown,
Nester M. Simpler, J. H, Dr.umIomnd,
Unknown, Unknown, Uinknown, respect-
;velv. U less said certificates shall te.
edueiiemed according to law, tax deiedI
will issue thereon on the 14th d4iy of July,
N. D, 1910.
Witness my .fficlal signature and seal
[L. S.I this the 6th day of June. A. D
1-17. W. C. LOCK Y,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington ountvyl .

Of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8, of Chapter 4888,
Laws oi Florida.
Notic- :s hereby givrn that. W. A. Eni-
Ilinlo, DInchaser of Tax Cortificatos No-
143 and 101 dated the 1st daiy ,f June,
A. D.. 190', has filed sald certificates in irv
office, and ha made upp ication for tax
deed to issue .In accordlanr e witJl la
Said certificates embrace tho following
described property situated il I1 Wash-
ington county, Ilor.d,., to-wit:
No. 148 wi of lot 12. ,!ock 31, 4j of sec.
35. tp 3s, r. 15w.
No,171, nw of nei of sec 9, tp. 2s, r.
The taid l lid beingg assessed at the time
of the is uanrce of sulch certifi ates in the
names of M. C. Needham and A. L Mc-
Kiuie. Unless stid ce.tificates shlill Ibe
redeemed accor ing to law, tax deed
vill issue tlh reton on the 14th day o:
lulv, A. l).. 1910.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. s this thle 6tlh d(l'v of June, A. iD.
1910. W. C. LOCK EY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Wa~;hiugtoai County, Florida.

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