Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: November 11, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00117
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VOL. XIX.



OFFICIAL DIRECTORkYV.
I tI A fenator-wist District, W. H. Milton, Mlgal
ann, Ad District, I. P. Taliaferro. Jacksonville;
n. emi atives--rist District, S. M Sparkm.an
T Aiia: 2d District. Prank C-ark, Lake City;
d trict, Danitte H. Mays, Monticello.
d. Office-wR st Shields Warren; Rceeiv-
s. a--Govrnor,_ ibert W. G tcUi'sj; Secret ay,
"11 C Cwford;i urer, W.V. Iot. Altr-
'- eyGsg. ark. Trci rmel; Crp troller,
A ., S rintendt- oe Ptablic lntru*-
tio ay; Comm ts*n of -g
.. ..... '.:Cin; emist, R. E. Rose:
"- .0 -'A itor Ernest Amos
,.Clifford R. Foster Rail-
o tImiat. is ]'R. C. Dunn. R. Hudson
N. A. Blich n Cobb, clerk



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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
$1.00 a "ear in Advance.

Entered Sent. 3, 1902, at. St. Andrews,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Cungrress of Earch J, 187!).

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
,PROPRIETOR.

.Display adv. rates. 50c. per inch
per month; Position and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
S; to sppcia. a mi'eempnt.
SlO4al Bifit." ,&n. p"Iix. eirst in-.


V'tbovte 6 Adesr
ery. 1r- FoL, c
S.s.:Br, nO, Bul.-" If this paragraph is checked with a
kl--.i ner... At. n. Bra ostmaster bluepencil it isa reminder that your
.:.*' a ~ t.a.tr, Mrs. Belle Boothe: subscription has expired and that two
htSheri Al-HOgebo6n... justice of or three extra numbers will be .entt
th e as ter.i, Constable, J. H. you that no braalk miny occur should
S' SkerPostmaster. ;. M. Boutelle: Notary yOU choose to renew.
b- ipb,=-~H. H Parker. .
-..ostmaslterM.N."Carl le.
. -loanyPostnaster, Andrew Allan. MISSlSplPPI TO ATLANTIC
Nest Bay-Postmaster ................
S*. otthport-Postraster, R. Barnett. INLAND WATERWAYS
hay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay. W
BLyheadPosst1 r. -. Mashburn. ASSOCIATION.
Cook-Post master. J. J. wler er An event of the greatest import-
Weltppo- stmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
ee---Postmaster, rames o M. NPo er Nora ance to the entire South, but more

FaralPontmater W. F. Woodford. especially to that portion nearest to
.the Gulf of Megxico, will be the
RELIGIOUS. th At
otist-Church Wyoning ave. and Pearl st. meeting of the Mississippi to Atlan-
.ev, Herman S.Howard,. postor.prea ching ev-
ery second Sunday, mornngandevening; tic Inland Waterwny Associatiol
day School ever Sdayatonville Fla. Nov 15, 16
service every.Thursd4y evening at 8 o'clcok, at Jacksonville, Fla., Nov 15, 10
"lithodist Episcopal"Chnrch Wasshingto Av e
and Chestnut t. Sunday School 9:3 a .. and 17. More especially as the
every Sunday. Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
e:bytean -Church corner Loraine Ave. and route of the projected watercourse
Sunday. John Sturrock. Supt. J. H. Round- will doubtless be laid through St.
rhei--Church corner Wyoming Ave. and Anacirews Bay, every citizen and
. poster St. person interested in the welfare of
.-- -.-- -- Washington, Calhoun and Jackson
Parker Lodge NO. 142 counties should put forth their
-ua C most earnest efforts to promote the
.Regular Conmmu- project. Everyone who can possi-
S nications on the first should attend th,
and third,Saturdays bly do so should attend the meet-
i in each month. ing. It appe'v.s .that. the governor
St l Vitilg Ilollciler, of Florida, in appointing delegates
FRATBRMALLY INVITED. .to this meeting, was not aware of
hicC. ICOGERSON W M.
OE. E PA [G, RSON %r, -ar the fact that there was such a;place
in his state as St. Andrews FRay
.*" ..- it s UiitECT'O E. and named no delegates from this
section. This evidence of the lapse


'td marrie ceremony performed ur lawfully p.'iSing, for we can all remember
altied parties. Ultice at the Buoy Uiewce, t at hc was keenly alive to its ex-
St. Andrews. A
- iiten(e when he was a candidate
ANTON J. i. JANSENIUS. I
Doctor of Medicine. Graduate oi the Univeraily for his hFgh office only one short
/ of Bqnn. Germany. Chronic Disea-es and dis-
eaps of Women and Children my Specialty. year ago. But that is neither here
F. BULLOCK, nor there. A number of delegates
Notary Public for Stteat Large. Solicits official have been named by the Associa-
business in this jurisdiction. en ane e Asocia-
Office at Bank of St. Andrews. tion itself, and an earnest invita-
P A. H. BRAKE. tion is extended to everybody to
Notary Public for State at LargLe. Orficc at Store, .
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street. attend. Next to getting deep Wa-
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt ter at the Pass. this s the most
"attention., ter at the Pass. this is the most
JOHN STURROCK. important project before the St.
twice of the Peace, Dist. No. s. Office at resi- Andrews Bay people. And while it
-' dence In West End. St. Andrews; but carries
his seal withhispathisbusiness an. is prepared is to be hoped that both improve-
to apply his jural to instrtgients. wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris- ments may be secured the water-
diction, Collections a specialty. .
way would do much to relieve our
W. H. PARKER, di.pn t should we fail of
4,otary Public for the State of Florida at Large. disappointment, should we fail of
Office.at Parker, Fla. Conveyanciig and pay- ttigr the Pas deepenedl
meat of taxes for non-residents, specialties. getting the Pass deepened.
F1 LIGHT OVER EIFFEL TOWER.
For S lM The most sensational flight ever
We offer for sale a strip from the made in an aeroplane w'as that ac-
south- side of the north half of the complished by Count de La bert
nopthast quarter of section 10, town- complished by Colt de Lambert
s ship 4 south, range 14 west, running with his Wright biplane on Octo-
froin the school house to Watson bayou, ber 18th, when he flew' from the
adjoining Mlllville on the south. Will be aerodome at Juvisy, where an avi-
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots. action meeting was in progress, to
The prJce asked will be according to Paris and back, covering distance
alon. W. A EMMONS covering distance
of about 30 miles in 49 minutes
and 39 seconds. After making two
: Vulture'" and Ratitler. o
r An odd hbih- Ie- w'e. a C.alithrnla circuits ot the aeroplane, Count, de
v i'oture anud a ratri(eni;ile ias wit- Lambert headedefor Paris, and con-
p pessed-in L he (e'.oai.),lh mloUnlinals of tinually rising, soon disap eared F

.. 4L .i d th from view. He few over Paris pt y
..in w' I4 ithel he1.(id ,iet- vns 1rIudg a great elevation, and by" the tite I
its i f i he had 'risen sufficiently to clear it
i ,.t I .t,.-i't.,,m daa orouV.. ,


- '.*Vip butidon wais hIeavy. as ilihe rels il
t8iri4rly live tect loug.
.-' l'j -*r'lp oCf he bird ou the nnhke's
bbqy. win not ol' tI.he in-,t. The sniiko
st "eeued kI lie sqluirtnii g fr'om1 .ii cap-li
S tur't* Tttloun. ot Itli.sl sulli-leilly to eti
". 'able It loa ls'ike. Its triiingaila'r heaid
W.',pep.n to recoil and di' l i tlif
tmas of f bothers.
It Olid tilis once or twice, and then
With' a- shrIek the vulture dropped ils
prey. The bird was probably 5tti feet
.o. e "Bs.-,bove the observers, The tas
toiqlsh-itAfiei there thern treal'd to a
apectacle useldomn seen. Few birds built
S a vulture could qc'omplish sn'h a frIa
The -fista"nt the snake escldr ed rromn
tihe bird's clutebhs' it dropped earth-"
rard'like'.a shot. and like a sho t the
bird dropped after it. catehling it In
mSldair witb.a grip that etaused death
Atl kiy ral(, ithe snake ceased Io irig-.
geIt and the vulture soared awnyy to a
mountain peak to devour its hard
earned meal.

toiley Kidney Remedy will cure an-y
ap6eofkidney or bladder trouble that
Is not beyond the reach of medicine.
Cures backache and.lrreauliritirs tha'l
if neglected might result in Bright's
S disease or diabetes. Sold by Gainer
.Mercrantile Co.


nicely. He passed directly over
the Tower, which is 984 feet in
height, turned his machine around,
and headed back for Juvisy. He
arrived and landed safely, and was
greeted by Orville Wright, who had
just arrived from Berlin after
making a special flight for Emperor
William-the first aeroplane flight
the German Emperor had ever
witnessed-a few days -before.
While in Germany, Orville Wright
also made a. record height flight,
in which he reached an elevation of
,.about 1,600 feet, aser


by his passing dver the Eiffel .'c..
er. At a height of 1,000 feet the
principal sensation he experienced
was that his aeroplane appeared to
be scarcely ; moving. The time, he
said, seemed interminable ere he
finally reached his starting point.
His average speed was about 37
miles an hour.-Scientific Amer-
ican.


CANCER SERUM DISCOVERED.
Scientist are awaiting with great
interest the announcement prom-
ised within two weeks by Dr Eu
gene Hodenpyl, chiet pathologist
of the Roosevelt hospital, and it is
believed he will declare he has found
a caner serum which will stamp
out the ravages of that disease.
It is known that Dr. Hodenpyl has
been making experiments along
that line for years, and it is believed
his work has met with success. It
is said he has takan serum from
cancer patients and injected it into
animals. The resistance of the Ani-
mals to the inroads of the cancer
germ develops an "anti-body." This
antibody is taken from the animal
and injected into thn cancer pat ienT.

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tr i tl l.lr I l l. Ui,,,lJ I I IL % ill tof


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a a.- iid a' I'..- ',l. t

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"I il-., .i t II v, Li'bller id l wereo ut.
i I f I'I '. l'.l>-r '"y
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a .-tiIm I "l' a il ':)" l. -,'>. a i t'. .I ni'ii\,r ii' .'
II, I I I i"rk..].

In Mourning.
A p tr. who was i e masFter of a
tine pining paiicJ, died. and this widu'
refllu-,d to iit I lie hounlid i go out.
\'b'e l il,,,ll i 'r.in dl a-ketll a ft ori er
Shihfe j'i-lhm o -uglaiind. who wa,

Tlis is to certify that;i, i druggist
wlre autloized to rifu y illr i .-oney if
.lruiyp s iHo line ii and i... ar a is to cure
.v tlhh i k t c'i t 0* I' ;il|', .i i.r! -, :ir.,"
our cough or cold Itl l sops.i he cou h,
i t ll ir II.,Illh I, \, l III -ll FUll i r\ ." .ni

the I se Fcr Hmn



"Tlh:lnh y i. l" iis ihe 'old rep11
"'s I The gonuly atii in-erllo preeka."--
t Gllinder Mlant i irle 'r .


This is to certify that all druggist..
iro authortzed to refund yodir money if
Foley's Honey and Tar tails to cure
your couyh or cold It, stops rie cough,
heals tho Inpga ,and- prpvent ttneum'

ies. The n onuint ts in Tello.w package.
At Gainer Morcantilo Co'0'.


DOING S


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By JjgAN"WE-.
ECOPY right, IML-

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."You'" I5ychl -I..
"Even 1,. Sfrk '

rueful grin. .* f-
.entt. A fello haejt
omne is comin to bNO
"*Jt was hur d b 't'i'
Si3d .,ubu, bltL hiy-I
dilin Ir, I aup c!" il .
rus es to irt uw walk, 1f_
ne with tliu. afoqt.' "
Ti; and l;. p Cap In|
.t-t.lting wll ap offere'dl
hbri down an luto his e
;about. But he did ,nofl
glauce follow 'd hers to .|
.>lje.t held aiftlifuly in
took both bhnd and plst6
plaiued. W
"Ja'k w,,tild leave it.w
,id ou tL'eirgohig and sen
first rospec'uble person thi
"Thaank-s' Are you c
p,''ck-trd the weapon i
r'oi- O.Md h e big hat d
"Y-u knoir why I'nmtf
vre'st.' than a pi-'lil. I C
ile,' t..he- wlie iulto e

mn -.t .' re',,r .-tal, hIS t
MVx, wu,.ull y',u. f' '*ru
. 'i: ht [iLh.c ALd 1I
'.ird tI l i.hc' whI :II

"I w,,:i't pr' ri-'e. '. I th
'. I t',I t 1 v,. i! I!it t;Lu.e'
Iv- il e -- i 's t' :i ,r -
t di i 'i l .! r. 1 a F i
r) -,h vo C. I. -. [ll .
v'il. I i'l a 1". I~tC e prf.

*V hy'! i t lh '.it I,.U o .T
Il 'i ,;i lly ^i I p' ^ -' i l H .


ulIo ma- with the Jhate L.r;'e
iiLg oni h'lr :kc'-. tlci

lei's talk *i 01
lias~ 211-11ima-d y-, 1a- I1:1m1ay
a r~tieuof tliqof mplri

i'''la hoa'u %aI: h the '.4a -e10
'Ieiam't knowLe' W I~t.) SId 513' t
It xIIIcuria's tao i11et' raneti
a'in ge m'1'A'.a' ,41. 1 am t EI A
It hihel to. I..oamt!,.'
...I 3i\'a I.,u hbd. It mv'as a
r hi 10e.4%I d :!0 rI'uUU'. a U u- n"
never m'tdi~s:t nbut his
lie coat mitmeld:
"1DI amIc'va.le.too, OaPh
ate %ip.Iim:~'.it"La I

as-you .agai--in the i'hr.

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1vir'ifhOde : La, 111 h1,1 .10r. ,
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S0 A P I T A L



SBuy, sell and deal in real estate, notes st

bonds, etc.

V Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insural

Lend and borrow money, both as principal

DEOas agent.


$ DIRECTORS--John M. Dillon, John Milton, jr. W. H. Watson.John


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thing'away that yvu d.'-' t \'niut (
come too close. I .sinmrly du.n't seem t.
wantt to be married. I'- She stopped

"Is that It? Of course you bare to
S.deofde thtt, Whait i, It you !o \nu
i 1 your lllfe. 'ylvia? T. ,r,,w ..,I
alone? Your aunt Nv-n't alw' Ive hit
Do you want to earn your own li in,
u .Do you know ,of anything that wol;: '
be a satisfactory substitute for r.: n
f'l ried-love? Do you want to study oin.
-art or a profehslon-ni.di-,'ine, fur in
ptance? Do you wnut to be an ol.
6- h'ald and remember t.iat y,.u had :.
I..,-'er w eho, man and boy, would d,
,lltilg--le for you, live for y''I
Vt-Oyo6u and give you what hlap
L imoUwld .coaxtromi the scibrf-


t r1,rsting? IT ant to know where I
e'ift what I can do. Are yot 'tired ot
seeing. me atout? I might go a way a
few years. Shall I?" She laughed at
his" ridiculous, half practical. half sen-
timental vein so charneterfetic of him.
"Perhaps I nin Just too used to you
Max. You macd sl:.i',ly to say. you
were going to marry mae. T':e I ;s'
tear you have ten-:. ra' by nkln-r mit
till you m.'-". uiv i ir'<-. I -l'An't kn. w
Just how I di ;. i. I. 1 can't em tio
'-Pt any perse(-ctive (nu you-or on 1mnr
IVage at all. -You seem to stand I.o
.weeu me anmd understanding. I au.
teot a coward. but think of the respou-
qbl]ity! Ste the Iturroughes-alway!-
on the ragged edge of a qudrrel, un-
divorced simply because theb uly tlhin.
they agree on is hatnug a .sc:nnlal: If
Kitty had sail- uo tthy mihit bothh
ha.ve been happy. It's a lil- thing-be-
lu-r reslpionsible for a mani'.s buhppluess.
especially If one might g,.t to care
very much, and I have uubody of my.
own, really."
His pulses sang at her word, but he
forbade hiluself to reach for the hand
which lay on her lup uugloved.
"Really, Muax, the uncertainty and
being bothered and all have put me on
the verge of-anything, lately. I even
thought how soon that little pistol
would decide things for me! If this
goes on I shall certainly study medl-
vilne. or Jump from a moving train. or
let -myself be carried off by Dick Den-
ton!"
She certaluly needed some one to
look after her, he reflected. He re
menmbered that the mother she nevem
kuew had died of a br(keu heart. Thl-
might make her a little bitter and
.ifrald. She seemed to have uin-iheed
speakilug. He had determined what t'
do. lie spoke In a most matter of fact


"'1 want something I left at tthe
H;-ank,' he said. "1 have dad's key.
Vuuld you mind if I stopped there a
.iIlute and at the Leader office? I
forgot a uotice that must be in the
.uorllug l3Su."
They were entering the city. She.
icqulieseel, her head a little dizzy, her
heart sil]ltg at his silence. Had she
.uir.le him think she ciiuld uerf-r-care"
'Vonuld be tevvr ask her ngnin? oWhal
.ije thought she was losing because
uddenly lire.. i -us.
\Vbun they were on their way h,,r,
in 'tht-r fear sit>.'l, ovi r her. l,d Nhe
.iti," u-cl' u-Iy sliv .u lir leart? Sher
A i-h'd f r thile lUiiothr slihe had nrver
kiown--the oIvely, fad mother tlimy
i.id told her of. They were entering
'lie di ivtway.
lie hil:,-. I bcr out aud walked to the
I',or with her. With her haunl on the
,'atCl4. he Iuolied lit lhi ti iuldl.y, wist
'ully. n i.ew I.ok for Sylvia.
u ,,."d iighti." she jumt breathed.
"They are all out yet."
"Just a moment. Sylrla," nn.l hb
drew her by the hand from the porch.
.i russ the lawn. to the old elm where
they lhaid rlnyed as children.
"Sylvln"-he let go her band and
faced her-"you fear the responsibil-
Ity? I do not! I will anu.wer for your
happiness, which Is my own. Can't
ou believe me? I got mother's old
lug from the bank. Now, for the last
time, in spite of what you have said, I
ask you to marry me. Will you, Syl-
via?"
iHe stooped to catch her low an-
swer, but the sound of voices and steps
,came from the porch.
"They are coming home," she whis-
pered. He took her by the shoulders.
"Answer me, Sylvia!" Tears stood
,94 -her cheeks as she laughed a little,
.him frqm her as she said:

F;-* s *oh ir lip, his "ing
or finger. And she was content.
When at last he was leaving her she


whispered demurely!
"I said I w.,uild do somethlug des
operate-and I buave-yotr'sre ficcepted
I deserve w iything for being so rfgih:
When shall ou.tell auntie'?"
"Tell auntie to find the uni'ounce-
'uent in the uaorni'n:t paper."
.Sv.I'1a iI rd :it what' wis the
use of escoldrig about what was done?

An Ancient Industry.
It would be diilcuitt to say where,
f.-xactlynd ;>t what date the ai'anufac-
ture of cot.tou fabris began. .In com-.
parat tvly moderti.tnjmes, anys Country
Life, it has'be4tine an Industry of im-
liportune IL, Europer. but i't. baa flour-
ished in the east from a p ritfd t'oo re-
mote ,to 'idmlt. Of ivalelatio.. Tb".
i s g",s-y ctad.'y ..l ., tton


The otiter relfes f thetr ancl"eit' ettv -
,'lzallon. and there fs much reason to


I-elleve that the elaborate draperies of
the Assyrians were cotton or musliMn
tnely woven and of delicate texture.
In lChina. t0,,, and Indil the same
kinds of material ha-v .-'.". the com-
maon wrar of the people fr, in tihse im
ruemorial. In a'vt, everywhere through
n,ut the east cotton fabrics were pro
du<'ed and used long before The priml
tire Europeans had begun ti) develop
any of the gr.ves of civil.ntion or in
deed had censed to be anything bu
sinu clad savages.


Most Awkward.
An .Id. qla ndy I Ingig farmer was ac
custo(rti' t,, lido to the market tiow
upo, na ralth-r b:Uid teii:li. ed h r.'-e.
Oe P ldiy bl-t man RB'l> lir.ialchr tb
aiailll.mi. wb!ch was especially v'i:i'u
tlat mncrning. to the di',cr, the b-)rs,
tr.,Ig to 1.,ite a:d kick and giving :
gool donl of trouble.
The farmer im..unted the horse with
some difficultyy and b'Egan to walk ft
out of the yard when Bob. who still.
entertained ill feeling apaln-it the ani-
mal, picked up a stone and flung It nf
him llih all his force; but, alas, his
aim was erratic, and the missile struck
his master ou the head.
Half dazed for a moment, the farmer
turned slowly in his saddle, and. not
suspecting the real cause of the blow,
he measured -with his eye the horse's
b'hld hoofs and his own heid and, set-
tlilug himself In the saddle gahin,
started off with the remark, "Well, he
allus was fn okard beggar."-London
Scraps.
Tall and Short.
First Detective-What was the de-
scription of that absconding bank
cashier wewere told to look out for?
tectla-r-HUe, waae isetAUll
and $350,000 short.-PhHlad lnfila Mec-
ord. ,

Burke as p Bore.
SThe most eloquent essay carefully
prepared beforehand when delivered
by oue wanting the orator's gifts may
as a speech be au utter failure. Burke
Is perhaps the must striking example,
of this. 5Be simply drove everybody
away. This is well anid amusingly de-
scribed by Lord Erskine, to the AmerT
lean ambassador. Mr. hush, who bad
asked him about lurke's delivery.
"'It was execrable," said be. "1 was
In the bouse of commons when be
made his great speecb on American
conciliation, the greatest he ever made.
He drove everybody away. 1" wanted
to go,out with the rest. but was near
him and afraid to get up. Bo I
squeezed myself down and crawled un-
der the benches like a dog until I got
to the dbor without his seeing 'me. re-
joicing iu my escape. Next day I went
to the Isle of Wight. When the speech
followed me there, I read It over and
over again. 1 could hardly think of
anything else. I carried It with me
and thumbed It until It got like wad-
ding for my guu.'-Westminster /Ga-
zette. 1
One Trouble Less.
"I have had Indigestion all day,"
complained the man with the bay,
window to the poet. "Do you ever suf-
fer from indigestion?"
"Indigestion is largely due to eating,
isn't it?" asked the poet wistfully.
"Yes." said the bay windowed man.
"No," said the poet, "I never have
ift.--New York Pi'eag..

Rubbing It In, "
"Yes, I was fined $500 for prtTing
coloring matter In artificial butter." ;
"Well. didn't yoll deserve it'?"
"Perhapt .-But 'what made me mad
was that the Judge who Imposed the
fine had dyed Whiskers."-Cleveland
Leand=r.


Ion. Vice President.


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uCueca of One PlihiA or. Mime .
Very few know anytg,hitgl t, -
pa, the composer ofr "f'iltli=i.9'"
several: Other opetEs angd-fb tMS'
the "Poet and PNamaat" oiertu .
ttr wa comp a tonan"e tr
.erent pleee gnad fell BEbe uItoF -
then tried it sit Intetvals. di tf, Mbti "
and a year with .to-ot her
no one found It.pretty. Lat .y. 'I
cause there was not thnm .to wrtII
new overture, it was used *lty-
forgotten fartte eiled "Poet .~:6~ ".
ahL" The farce was .auc
people endured the ovrtur. t
somebody asked perlomil.,m
It In a S9urna arranu'ge8..t






the 80th and sets imfrt "6 oi
beams ate' Ifquld andf t Iy r.aiMT e
landscape With a prcelal' io velo .
It casts a speU more potent tbao e'ef
did the niagtclanls of the tedsi ItI e
Its wizardry the rocks t0b, tfor WleW'
and the brown old mountains are cod-
Jured Into giant pearls. True wealth.
exists In the mind, and whoever bNf-
holds an Alaskan moonlight (Is rtie
hundred times a millionaire.-Ketch- -
Ikan Miner.


John Milton, Ill. Secy-Treas.


XX ve tiXt 1 t Co IXX pan ixy,

A, FLORIDA.

S- 00,000 o



5, Secure Court, official and other bonds.

SReceive, hold and disburse money and act as

"e. trustees and agents for. others. .

d By special agreement will lend money for oth.

Users On approved security and guarantee its repayment.


ilton; Ill. H. H. Lewis. J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell and W. H. Milton.
Address: W. H. MILTON. President. Marianna, Florida -
"4WVAWVA"


S'Ti. ANDREWS,- FL


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DeWitt's Little Early Risers-it'e'
safe, sure, gentle, ensiy, little liver pills.-
Be sure to get DeWitt's Catbol'ized
Witch Hazel Salve, the arigiual. Al-
ways refuse substitutes and imitatziol.'
The origil'lal Witch Hawel Satfle lhs f
for anything a salve is used fori but it is
especially good for piles. Sold by ..v
druggists.

Sock and Buski n:
In the early ag.re's hbenrrirn poriint, r
ers disguised their faces wilth wine leaId "
or N irlde tlbgiftw. A(ev''Wfi. 1,kfw f..
mous tragle poet, Introduneed rtin)Ai,
which were of various khinds. expr~ S .t
Ing every age, country. eon1llioni and
--omplexion. A, we,'re (,onlstrniretd
wVi1 the h fti f frk.ty anit prewfrih ..
The dresses were 'llo ard*led to tih ld. '
rhnriieters assuentd by th e aictors.-.
'\"h.It w i r kro*tti 4t (he Imnikln wad,
a hu1ntlng bto'iK ''ti 0 'eoi#Ir h tri.-
,!Hlluans. lhad sofet I rI f& in-uPs thict ,- ...
i ompnsed of lanyer 'f 66ork. and we ,
lactd up ln front as high' t the calLf.*
S ndali .4eer also '"- rT. -nn3. many otf
ibe.e bad .thick cork siitlet-. ihe ciel
ura of the foot covl'-rimgs were varlel. ,
red being the faovrlre hli for -wr~',
rl 1 and purple for r
'aSffl w~w. t ,. Jb* "
frame of Sork. which i'nas' ah tl'e uordPf
uary footwear of o:d.'dia'nl*. 'roftit "
this circumstance e tre 11 wrIf.
known phrnse of "'oi-k and hlmuK.
so generally OssaotWrod wtP'b fl' ffetinrt,
EuphonAious Fe"nale Names.
Referring to a re'.iii linte t-uphl *,'o
nlnois feftUie iiatr. tf illytv Yte -
that the eveerht"-f <'i'f4 ti fiia 'rt/ f'r -
talus its ripest v l:; 1fi el' fh n.l'iii,:tr. 4 .
[here the. tatlt"vI I'".i (PI%% 1 .i1ii .'1
ua tiral io thlle s ip ,sf it :iw rll ' i
-though Barbae nimv ,be ni nm ,in't"
tile fanl ly mow :i.-t a .o 'lr i4"114" li
duty one." Tli ,z.t'f ii'.iJ..ci 1'',^
intle names are h'w r frr .

"tV ilhlelniiha" Is. kli .it h Fhi toh* sh eiii ,'
and (n ithe saimi.' 'r..u tria Aindre t
tinds its fenja ., oi. i-. iTri, f .'**** .ir i
arowina."' while 'aI;i .infNi." .And
"iDonaiialdinas" are n. m.li-4 1In lir''
ries. One uoha pitpy .11 1.iu 'ig ili' 1
relations of tWe wu-1nt writer' wai
mnereifulf knoiwil-f A\a. and Ar'
she will be-all hr-if,. Hler' 'reti Iinra./ *
when rtmegnlfitenl.v set tortb. Is .'A* .-..
andrlna Victoria Andrewina." and lidf
abbreviation is formed troim the' il.i t.1
letters.--London Shtan iard..

His Punf.
She (watching the steeragd pfl'saef
gers)-See those two German girls .
What lovely, hair they, haVre! Now :
that's *bat I elilt realt prold hdir.
He--Nonsense. ('an't yli t see' -t'
plalted?--Philadelphia /Pres.
A Broken Back
.hi pat iftio'youp back ,aused f
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain fs anl
easy thing to get rid of, taliatd's
Snow Liitmentdute rlauthmanam, lue. '
bago, sore. and stiff rotiscles, stains,
sptiains, cuts, burns, bruises, sgaltds.aud
all aches apd pains. You e'etii bottldt
in your house Sold by Gainer Mer-
antile Co.s.



























































































































































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bM. AR 1 I M ET
MARITM, &


'The Tarton arrived from the
otith early Friday morning, and
fro Mobile and Pensacola at 1 1:00
ekdbck a rn,yesterday..
'the IMateo arrived from New
Orleanp vi. Mobile* and Pensacola
at 8:, a m., Tuesday.
'On Monday the feltowifr vessels
arrived with their loads of fish,
whichh were sold a's astral to the

Scfir. E. Hempstead Capt L. M.
Ware with 2,000 lbs. snappers.
-2A00 lbe. bluefish and 1,000 lbs.
of aoker~lI
- 8ehr. Two Boys, Capt. Smith
witha 7,000 f&. of i nappers and
elsr. BDoitar Capt. John Larson
With O( M. anapp-s.'
g.J:,el, ,, 4aMwtweek, the Mo.
tor fishing launch Reeba. Capt. J
O, MpntonA y, arrived with X


A WWs'3 iBATflz.
rfctl6r.I* tfc recorctd- th-e mnfx
htum, maitmnnUs ahd mean e tetpera-
glutes the rainfall and.dirotton of the
*iad for the twenty-fonr hours ending
t$ o%' tek p. m.,.as indicated by U. S.
tf~pffwatri


.. | I a | i Rain. Wind
Nov.. 3 78 52 65 .00 w
". 4 79 57 68 .00" nw
S 5 .78 49- 64 .00' w
8 '78 7 1 50G.64 .00
7 805 -67 .00 e
8 7 58 68 .00 e
.'7. 8 58 68 00 -s
^ L I' *t'jt I -A - - !


.10 I


Td4 Mo'~eri, oftftia tiubouaz Wood-
Uelf spa: to Linellrditre -Was very cuii-
em *'$UK qitt, i 6u "areA:-yCSws- ago,
It shahf was Sunk In, se,6reli of coal. but
Ife effort baa& to be ahatidoned owluig
fi ow 014 *a t( r,q ti (Hai~e ta.n' atir,
fQ0611.4%Viy' lite Iii a 141l.11 brok. and(
*ri.'i Jup m(tie eAj 'qfivp rvower:4 o 161
0trem. 124OWtu0 kr-vrt-4_rat'cd the nuvs-

00fiffaq~u sFii nwaOq i'fvalty itnjoreg-

tOge'341iuog Opkold.51033t, at ,*ago iLj,.
RO Ww*(like suandy,1 I4'ej9
C(Orh o441'bay 4 i, tre a



Oe plIS~.a'*. 'd 1,3ti'~'!'.j. .
rVtued katck a m11z.IS of t.iiyrki-e,
""Udrove. ri'iovi13 It-r'f uIr.,~~

SIVStlit gre Imii -t tIIV Ab4 I14*l,.I to'

Me Wood.- Lomihmti 'i'nuffl iII1. d

$No Air tight Compartment.
IMpf uissijager whouwas crossing the
Aflantk t or the first time timidly ap-c
I~Oaclh the pompous purser..I
16i It tru. air." he said, "that this
Voooo, hk ~ i ndivide4 kito air tightly

"IWP nt amospei." replied' the pursert
lbi Om"rtV-
Then,- remarked the passenger
Sgoo~mily. *1 guess I'll have to put ult,
Wltlrt&tih'ne I'm oecupylng If .1 can'tE
.&?fotr myself~"


KWe Her Foe of Twenty Years.
'"' tt Mob,'t merciless enemy I had
lbr twrIAy years," declares Mrs James
u6*rbaRM ayinsville; Ale., "Mas dys-
*pOMa I -suffeebd- intensely after eat-
Iai.or drtikmyr and could scarcely
*eVsp. Ate'r trany remedies had failed
sad several doctors aver m% up, I tried
Eleetrie RBi4rrs, which cured me com-
\1ietWe~y. 1lpw I can eat anything. I am
'yeaus old and am overjoyed to get
my IslbAM and- strength 6Ick again."
. *WA Mteor los of apDetite,,kidney
tin'mbl. lame bacx female complaints,
rtl utnqualed'. Only'50c. .at Gainer
IWeroeatile Co. and A H. Brake's.


A Novel Dialogue.
MWei Cunder the bureazu4-It gi ~e
"ai Of tha~t M'llair button I'll-

=ai BWufuttoin (from under the beda-
wo And you'll get It,.in the


"Wmg be wosuNqld serlowsy' sited
Se w'portew. bufrpinm to the scene, of

*S.M0. 'ild yen thick it. wki-*


-- N'


-M. and Mrs. Otway Waie are mreov-
ing into their own fine new cottage on !
Buena Vieta avenue, today-
-The modern desks and seals for the
new schoolhouse have arrived and
were taken to the edifice, yesterday.
-Fashionable souveir baronialsuw
velooes embellished with' beautiful
Floridasnowy heron, at the Buoy office.
-Capt. F. A,4 Witherill, owner of
the Launch. Lenore, sold.that 1ine craft
to a party atjMillville. The Buoy fail
ed to get the nane of the purchasing
party.
-Block 20 of she northeast quarter
of Section 1, Township 4 south, Range
15 west, is for sale at a bargain-title
,perfect. Call ou St. Audruws Real Es-
tate Co,
-A nice little' dance was indulged in
at The Oaks last Friday nigh t and the
Buoy understands there will be a reu-
etition -of the social event tomorrow
night.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, new re-
vised, improved short storm printed on
good ILnen naper. 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts- 100 receipts in a block.
10e Raoh. at the Buov.offlce
r -Miss Mattie FQorter to moving her
private school froln
to the Mrs. Mand iouse on Bayview gt.
near the new school house, and six nez
seholarb ate added to her roll,
-Manufacturers Record, Nov. 4;
The Albany & northern Railroad. it is
reported wtH be extended to St. An-
Ndirews Ray,. o' the Gulf of Mexico,.
about- 200 miles T., E. Hamblekon or
Baltimoire, Md., is president.
--jdaud.onme j. eer neads ltnh St.
Andrews- Bay date-line ana views ul
either St./ Andrews BlulT, or Buena
,Vista Point, at 8e p'er dozen: aloo, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
batck of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B'ov office.
--rv. Kester's servicesa have been in
demand, the past week. On Friday
morning he assisted, at the birth of a
nine-pound boy for Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Aloates, in the West End, and on Sun-
day night, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Porter. on Beck street, he rendered a
similar service, introducing a seven-
pound daughter.
-Ar train-load of upwards of 500
Cobffederate i Veteran excursionists,
mainly from Alabama points and filling
six coaches, came down yesterday and
the streets of St. Andrews were alive
with excursion hunnauity.- A narp-.
ber of launches were kept bnsv taking
prties, to the Gulf and interesting
points about the Bay.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Foreste-, re-
eently of St. Andrews, but now located
al Wachula. DeSot county, wprite their
daughter, Mattie and son, Mr. Grady
'that the bOnfse ;of tOreir new home
caughtt fire on Tuesday of laet week
fr-m a defective flue and they narrow-
ly escaped being left without a home;
:b" lortunately. heighbeor. w.pre "-w.,
and rendeird prompt a-sistance, and
the fire was extinguishad br-fore any
great damage resulted.
--Messrs. W. B. Wynne and' Walker
Gwaltnev starfed Sunday for Pensacola
in Mr. W.'s launch, whoh ib listed to
er.t-r the launch races, au attraction
of the Tri-.County 'Fair, but before they
had proceeded a very gr-at distacee
they ran against a floating log and
their launch overturned. Mr. Trous-
dale, who wsis following tIhem, al-o fdr
the purpose of entering his own launch
in the races, overtook and rescued
them and towed their launch to Pen-
saolht.

Only A Woman Can Understand
the troubles peculiar to heraex N,'rv-
ousness and over-work cause m ich un-
necessary pain. Bear Drand Female
Remedy is the best psfible source of
relief to suffering women and gives
quiek relief. $1.00 per bottle at your
druggist. Rebate check in ever,
package.

dovng bome. -
"Yes. sir." ,;:;id old ,In Ilragganrd. t
"as ,,)u'n as I see then llIrds I wi'I
Into Ili h,,n'ep and t(0k down the ol .!
hliut:derliiss a mid pgg'd atur PI:n. na h


by gorrny. 1 irmuhlit down tihitly birds r
to out- Fro.l ('fil ye liu-at hlt'." f
"Yna-Is." drawled I'nlp S l I'ea-vev e
"Youd know lBill Wigghii" fr,,g ponl'.?"
"Yvs." said td l man raggard ,
"What of ItT"
"Waal. I w rnt down there mhe other
night after snadown to shoot a couple
of bullfrogs w-iih a-y ol) s'lIotegni." l


said UnU le RIl. "There waf r >.000 of
"em settled on them there lily pads.
'and. I just llfted'thatl there gini to, my
bo ., ir aqOt: It ter2gb.":. ,:
"S'pise oudfd,'" said olf m.arnr Irag-
gard. "Flow does that affect my bird
story r*
"Ients 'it all holler," retorted' tTtclei
6S81. "The minute my gun went off
tbeni hill d rn|ed 5.000 bullfrogs croak-
ed."-Harppr'sq Weekly.


THE RAILROAD
MEETING
Responding to the call for a Rail-'
road Meeting, published in the
Buoy, last week, a large gathering
of therepresentative ladies and gen-
tlme ot St. Andrews and several
frdm Panama Gity, assembled in
Ware's Hall last Thursdaymnght,
each tone vieng with the others
to emphasize their wish for a rail-
road to come direct to St. Andrews.
The meeting was called to order
by Mr. J. H. Drummond,:who, af-
ter a few explanatory remarks, in-
vited Mr. Bruton, the promoter of
the Albany road, who was present,
to address the meeting.
That gentleman took the floor
and made an interesting talk, re-
citing the many obstacles and un-
avoidable delays he had encounter-
ed in his promotion of the Albany
& Dyer's Point Railroad; but what
was most satisfactory to his hear-
ers, was the announcement that, at,
last, all obstacles were remove
and the uildi .

issued and approve %were
being sold. He assured his hear-
ers that the road would certainly
be built, and the cars running to
Dyer's Point within twelve months
after the first shovelfull of dirt had
been moved, and he appealed tc
the people of St. Andrews to com4
forward ahd contribute to the ex
tent of their ability to further th
project.
Quite a number of those' present
spoke briefly expressing a willing-
ness to contribute land to promote
the roail
Mr. Bruton explained that, the
deeds to any lands guaranteed
would not be called for until the
road was completed and the cars
actually running to Dyer's Point,.
A motion was made and carried
that a soliciting committee of three
be appointed and the chair named
Messrs. Morton Rynearson, F. Bul-.
lock and F. M. Gideon as such com-
.mittee.
Severrl were present from Pana-
ma City, and Messrs. R. L. McKen-
-zie and W. F. Look spoke very fa-
vorably of the enterprise.
The Buoy has not learned that
the committee has taken any steps
towards soliciting subscriptions.


The' Diqtinguished Guest.
Cantataiabe .was._a -imn .whboa


9ame ad we ght u e reneb caval-
ry. He was a tall man. belonging to
the middle aged trooper fype. With
military qualities of thr btgbet knlud.
he had a singular bearing. it savage
sort of misanthropy and a cynical
tongue, which tood In the way of pro-
motion. When he was in the Sixth
lancers. on garrison duLy, at Com-
wer.y., oe of his eom'rades brongiff
6ils father To dine with him at the
oflcers' meins, a uian of hurmble posl-
tion andI( unretentiously dressed. Cap-
tain I.mbe. consid.rliig tli:it tbi-1
*,ut hid not Iaen fitly ree'lv-ol. gnvoe
,,prea'.im ft( Irhis opfilon. eiying lithat
if t'Tif e'xeUtioner of Coinio'rev hnid
*,'-rne in everiug dress be would have
hid a letter reception. The ofiners
dmnurffiug. bp made no rejihnlder. but
shortly afterward came to mess with
a guest whose dress was Irreproach-
able. Every one lavished attentions
on the unknown. Wheu dinner was
over Captain Raabe. raising his glass.
proposed the" health of "the execution-
er of Commercy."

A Hair's Breadth Escape.
Do you know that every time you
,ave a cough or oold and let It run on
thinking it will just cure itself you are
nviting pneumonia, consumption or
osme other pulmonary trouble? Don't
isk it. Put your lungs bacK in. per-
fct health and stop that cough with
3al lard's Horehound Syrup. Price 25c,
50c and $1.00 per bottle At GOiner
loercantile Co.'s.
--- --^B ----
A Human Hiss Cowed the Lion.
" At Cape Town a lion tamer was go-
ing through a performance in a cag#
with a full grown lion lately caught.
Suddenly It was seen that the brute
waa putting the trainer through

iug, the big cat edged itself a between
the thoroughly unnerved man and the.
Foor of the den, fixing its victim with
two rolling yellow orbs of flaming
eroefty and sawing the empty air with
ts tufted tail as It crouched prepara-
ory to springing. Many men among
he audience, used to the wnys of wild
beasts, saw- aud comprehended, but
inly one man possessed the knowledge
ind the presence of mind to avert the
ppiarently inievitable. Purshug up his
Ips as though he were gorng to whis-
le. he emitted a hoarse, low. rasp-
ng hiss. The beast heard and under-
tood, -for the sound was an exact 1m-
tation of the noise made by the giaut
onstriector when Its buge body is
oiled for theN throw that never misses.
hat never relaxes and that no beast
of the-fidfdJ.s stroug emoughl to with-
itand. Again and yet again the rau-
ous sound rasped Ihe stillness, and
ho angry brute drew back its hpad. its
*rent eyes grew sruall and dull. tbp
,intkklys r?1 ;nI stifftened on its back.
mil it poweredd, whining. on the floor
of tht crage.,


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Su~ffiicnt Reason.
Citfini- Why d' iimlyt'u asserT youv
mithority it-,l:e4viI of Ii'' farullv H!,.('
take ninttvi-'-.ii Y w r m 4, ~ I

sAA-MI't let ne -l: Ii:eA riri an.


flefi I-FP

her rch..

edi. have


gol vI II

~lhat-
n]15t I10
amid it



great s~ik
biL14ii*s ii
Is his b~j


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No


hJ.as the Chzmrpicn.
woin of13:413 4 f g4i 4F4u pro-
1.4o U lfie witnle-ssstand.
14' 51'i-h r~iod wltvirss Air
! it$ ILi- :.liirfley for the
1.1314 to thr''w "ci'j 'f v~iter*'
-'saud by Itiuiling faiirltwithIl

i-yuhaure l.Pc'Tr rrest-
you?* Iithe attorney :iskeP
qnnliafic'n.,
ik H-heahl." said ihe wit-
Snogry. *"dot pm11 tink l'mrr
yo nall uiS lxivrIe 1-t lu-1

wr~ght. to knoxv. and yott
th'' ie lnuw ir ler.::kte4.

Id hare to answer.
for lteklcilIlly hmit3fbYU"
keyest fl'l.ihfag.
h~id fId 1a ttotm"1P~. with
,Ion. "%X'jht is paiur hus-
he11ll 1 -W.\hiat


' fightah." she said. and
Nation abruptly euded
merri uenut. -Indla {a pol is


the Deadbeat.
.a .olly -eep from sin. but
1, evils are tolt-rlt-d that
iiiat, l IIng Iefure be-
mdb.t.' Criminals ure


.-.with friendshilp
at tNy man Is turni4l
gainat it asoou as bis rep
utatIo0 9Istablt hed. The dead-
beat Imnan be is llivgl
eeasy a Wn.non without work
and of 't-e tak no nueculint of
the eo .. he v ites and the
hardship filets o others. But.
that asl' ,ireafly b a harder time)
than th~a I who is t nest and fair
He tia co ied fo m e a good den'
and pea t' mind he kt ws not. l.ike
other tyIv crooks. hi doesn't pros
per. und ljntiShb Is mfn4re unplpasuian
than llthe nalog.-Alcbison (Globe.

Y,~ -Girls Are Victims.
of head h as well as older women,
but all i $k relief and prompt cure
frbmoD :ig'P New Life Pills, the
world's el ,remedy'for sick and nery-
ous hea &c es. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build up you
health. T thom,25c, at A. H.Brake's
and Gainei cantile *Co.'s.

h01 a Table Etiquette.
Tea ta I I'uette was somewhat
compllcat' the days of thut "hard-
encd and meless fea drinker," Dr.
Johinsou. o U Many people Ihoulig
noth"g of nkiiig ten of twelve cup4
at a -lAtli t 'as consiJercd proper
for the Ccul ,nd saucers of a Iprty (.f
tea dirLuke o-be all passed upi to the
hostess In eh batch when replenish-
mnent was )itld'ed 'upcessary, and in'
orflr tli;hat. h Mirsoun might hbe sure
of gettlugi-aek the right eu;) the tea-
spoons Wtr E f auuibered. Wheu th,,
cupak' rpre.' seed up those who (111
not I <4'ii[ul t more were supposed I
;plasce~ti- the cufr. And trhis
tei'y nDofUt daeruV
ton his cup. t Me first cup bad beeiv
emptied.; wondered for the rea.
Soan. MIr e kuows that tea wua
once verye usve, and little buy-:
were not pected to ask agatm.-st..
Janmes u e.


A RE]
MERIT I
OF COU(
NESS,
CROUP,
OTHER
TIONS:
SYRUP.,
EVERY I


There exi
Statement
sneeze is I
suppressed.
sa. wings t l
layinuiu onu
some trudit
snit -r-s;-ed
"emlinent.'"
about whicl
self to ask.
it comris .t
Either yogi
or If a clii
Inner volc
it be untlJ;t
our owi .
lug li 14

people. w
rid r ulo I
ei10.ltiah
u.h!U


Xfac elit"
fin(]~i~


relating e



ri amateur
Rather na
not'! Mm
wasn't vpi
Harper'sI


tDY OF GENUINE
. THE TREATMENT
S, COLDS, HOARSE-
lOOPING COUGH,
)RE THROAT AND
IONCHIAL AFFEC-
AR BRAND COUGH
DEBATE CHECK IN
CKAGE.

"he Sneeze.


an ancient semi-medical
ich tells us that the
thy and should not he
| Is one of those storil
aure ulway utlered 'by
0e vague authority of
l d doctor whoiie Ian-l i-
fati'or f t i ,' It ',t lll i'mIn 'ntIailly ili !dg \,tir-
r towu duttior. lbuti i%;,;n3
you > d.
gt the oti,"'rtuihlty
'fi l re- np t itis r I Itl
tstli orp 'eni To
dds are that sn'ti'Z-
i h it, f(rl it is an
--~e.t' r-4P there ;are
N4N, i l 1i : t 1 'o I, k
filw .\' ,..
I4lt ki t u I s ::,t r .-.
a: iftku ,, tt,.


'irV, ''t ii
-It is al- thuI w

i s fli r'.is huli n'r.
rd a ,4ruc'".; inu or
ze It i: t j tx
ein! i extri'r linw rily ir-
idoii u (;pIoi..

ite Rare.
yd you Ihink of our
*Hia Is. Mi4 s Mil Inile'.
pntertalnnieut. iwas Ii
t dotie, to r-ies: re.
NJl Ilone, to ie sure.-


Arark-ep I'.atses will the hicI'ea'


Ing pile of.

No
There isn
or cold restO
sumption Wf
has been t
.ouah and1
Refuse anri\
Honey and&
Contains W
sure. SI)ld.


-Juvetnal.


se on Record.
ase o i record of a co,,gh
g in pneumAlnia or ()n-
Foley's Honey and Ta,'
n, as it will stove an\
k- np your col : jicklv.
it, the genuin,-, F ley's
ir in a vello Dnackage.
plates and iq safe and
Gainer Mercantile Co.


Curious Old Londan' Clubs.
Thet' O tt lili i t II411031 1111'uot'fcluibs
tfr.e day3-9oft I'it' 13t % -t. Vi no 1~t. ll'arl
lit lprx-mei mof a "NoNil.''- 4chlub." or
'"CltiI, ofl B'aius.- Ill.a -M.lia vlflinvg
('1131. w hose iilivs ii' re-s.pph "Me'Il : or
t he *"StIry chlub.- whom .q .'lje-ct Was, he
l#!,Letk-tvof ((otimIrl1~isrisiuaini otfowui
ll33lgt2iage. Sou11:11thea11314' m',11loii'S Iliglut
[lot tie uv'&;ti mt luI i auue11huuie Lu a hilse

-.3hmI-uv ilunilg vchili.- *'-imIolilit-d oncve
by ytohinv4 l111~1.1W fI tyel. w:'-I- forI111o
*Lyiiing (c~lub,"el ry nivinetivr of Y\hie-b
was relpulrI-d Io wea:r at lulmie ap vvIth
a red featlivir it It;:for (oflthe -Si-atter
"'11 c-uie nmsist ug of %%Its. or titt
tihe 1 m'rr Omit chil i.-' whose meulber-i
were to say nthin111''till mvidigmht.h for
titftile -*'rQ lliet'tnl3club.- 11 i3Io'l~i,4r fo
wlIl.h. it he 'w ore. w-i~ to lhe kLick-i

of the **Irveriaistiig chlb.'' Mikili11 t:lq
nolt tilted long: fir, (forthe "Kilt (Cat
clhub." kuolwon ifer h,;tn't5of "Oldu
Cuvis and I lovg lKit,;;" it ortI lip -1h'ef
514I 4lI;~.- f iihl'lv till,' ffiliiwhipi
I~ i i.,- i~ig -,,ii r';i ': writiviiLv U
otie ofir '.- llht~ri rlio.,~immiinai1ot
LI: ll if Ia 4 .i l eq d~~~ ~1-it

I.';iiiI. iii 3 Ol.l:ItIs
1.6111111ANTODS


s']ea oLut.
Fill a bottle or common glass xtith yotr
water and let it stand twenty-four hou-'?;
*a brick dust sedi-
nment, or settling,
stringy or milky
appearance often
iudieatcs an 'in-
S hea".hy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; too fre-
quent desire to
pass it or painin
the backare are also symptoms that tell you
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and need attention. .
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kiliner's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every vwish in correcting,
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
ii ver, bladder and every part of the urinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold vraer
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne->
cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of SVamp-Root is
soon realized. It stand the highest be-
cause of its remarkable
health restoring prop- N
erties. If you need a
medicine you should L
have the best. Sold by -
drdggists in fifty-cent -
and oue-doilar sizes h. ,1 .....L ,[p-hot
You may have a sample bottle sent free
byilail. Address Dr. Kilmer& Co., Bing-
haimton, N. Y. Mention this paper and
remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-,
Root, and the address, Binghaiiutou,
N. Y., on ever v bottle
i
'; ic ',4a '-i.
I' [- ;1 I ,"l r i;.*'... l)) 1i) ,r ai n VC lln '





r, i i-, : r' ', t : it. l i n ,re-i.
e',i 1 I L INti 1 1 i 4. 11 I:1 ,. l l:- thl'v


n n .i I "n 1, ;r); i . l. .l ,I


S I i' .' v-. "'i' ii 'It f: o ,' lh ei- I
nIl l r'd Ir i HI ,,, I' :), \f i;h i : 1.r u i4 c'ii.



.M .r;!/.i us.


Old Time Cx'lutat;c-ns.
It "'.9s t lie (I h Iv IIi 1 r..!1141' 11fi p ~e
sivon meen t h icn: 'tryto t1,:,,; 1 loth


dr4'd yeurs later-. l'y: au~ lii
l-riiice r irerjn i-J C' retrile t':lt
(lre yalvftedtI(Ile l'e'l uFvi 4Ilii41Iv4r I;,
the apatu:i'tIeitN ., of v 'klcn-:ihll tA,
duvi'ng.m Ire sf!lo4-41l) o)f h'-5i

lIng 41w'4'ns alid 11111134 eSSIs Eow., l~
the hem! of thire ok,.


If wIu hara 'nflftj'Cd -Q.%nildoraq of k-id-
nev trotibl;;. do not delay in tatriti the
moidst.re 'liable IandCI opendllhvt? 3enc-1l4Jd
i.'.-lbie, ,nc'h as DeX~itt%; Kidney and
Bladdei ['ills. TJ'iiC cWOndt-441l 'i~ll'
avt- being udeil with Iv '1L? 2 Ltisroitinljf
by Thousands of p,:o:.I---. Tiry iDcWOCt%
Kidney and Bladder i M11. iv~d by all
di UIX0i~tLS.


ft--o i-







of ~ !''r'with rplnilhos 4'
fIil1*-1 V cp I 1ii 11; 1 ,Iricvq. ;rc 'r se
hill The .1n.,a l'g~lt. c nilfort loh '
i~ ~ ~~c Id I i:.:'~' I' 3 d 1 i tryt 11i1'
111 g~:111 *,*WO W I ft);' IUPI ih and gel
it. TI i; IILLs rore -rved to n i thotIPh
wv wo-rv* ho il! !S. ;IJtriid t I*.i5 Iq
'iiiv ::.1:1l14-1 1ic .111 3 3 '*t .a ccl e N cshfo
uw;114 Ii I t d11:1 :t;-nd :I halt ahed"
New York Piv'e.-,



JIOLEr3IftfoNAtrA
Cures Colds; Privents Pneumonia,


Can k now N~r'ly.
Mhing. Tobe,' nfl4--exrert
CdI.I r. n.do ii'ng tho be 1' N'Np N
an~i t'OL0'ldi.1'N eolvus.In 1.2
havs 1"Nc'.nje experts. .v1-ry'
Seeds a rid rra p i I k, rtzujts ot "'our cJtrp.
For Fale e% 'rvy!-.',\Read our 1909
caW09alo and Pr'r'tltb Iroizrexpcri~enc
Sol rr' D ~i' ..Adalrcs
F. FERRY & CO., IDEM66-T, MICH,


Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf
STEAM S H IP C 'J M PANY.


LEAVE.
Tuesday. 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
\ ednesdav, 4:00 p. u '
edneday, 2:30 p. inm.
Thlairsd,;,-9:U0 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEA VE.
Ft.ursday, 3:110 p. m.
i"rid:Ly, 11:30.a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. rn.
I'riday, 10:00 a. m.


.STEAM SHIP


TARPON,,-.
W. C. IiARROW, Master.,'?


SCHEDULE.
GOING SOUTI'I.
Perna.oula.
St Andrew,
Paiiuna;Cfty,
Millville,,
A lpaaeh icola,
('arrabelle.
Mobile.
GOING NOrTIIl.
Carvi belle.
St. Andrew.
Panama City,
MllIville..
Pensacola. .


-* ASS^^TC ^ IATE8.
Pensactola to St. Andre'vandMilillle. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabell-, $7.50.
St. Andrew and MNlville to Aralaciicola, $5.00.
Pensasola to Mobile, *2.50.
rho abovo ratesuinclude meals and berths. II. II. I1
V. W. WALTERS, Gen'l Freihlt and Pass Art.


ARRIVE.
wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 0:00 a MY
Wednesday, 10:00 S. n*
iThursday. 6:00 a. m.
Thured .,, 12:00 noon.
Monduy, 6:06 a. m.
AIlRJVE.
Friday, 2:0. a wm.
FridaVr 12 m.
Friday, l:30 p. m,
FrldayN !1,304 m


P ________ 1~ -


I~a-~ ll~.g~a~.,~ar...,


LO14 Eli,


v Z-W-E-W-

JOHN R. THOMPSON COD"









LA IE FINERE ES IielS!

SHOES, HARDWARE, ROPE. PAINTS, OILS, tIIE ':

Full Line Furniture

Freight Paid of All Goods Except Meal, lour and Feed to An
Postoffice on the Bav.


Srl


L. E. WARE, oTWAY HAR..4f DRODIMON.




are ercantile C-0

TH1OROUCHLY REORCANZ1E tld

MA RTIN G. POST, M'ANAGERI

H EAD Q U A T E'RS FOR



.NB. ,. .ME'RGHNDIS .I


;t- .,,


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N.


The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founded ill 1878, and built up by tLe late L. M. .WaJe,
now Tlh'orotighly Reorganized under New aimagemen(

Solicits the Patronage of Old Patrons ;
of the House, of the Trading Post. and of new ones ai
well, and guarantees tuniloim fi"r aind coiti'eCOLus treatnieuf
I., ill.

W e Pay the Freip' t on ,ii Gi...s ,y,',i F14.i. -al ai nd
I?,' -,1 t % y n ,'*i. t II n |I te .1 .


bmr'knlC'-af~'l'~4 Cream Vern'ifug


I *'u tr '.-3j var! 1; -.,
the flrst utime iu I ii,; ve i'j.; 1i. t"I.
hond to wvalt for' a vr-


His Provisi~n3.
Boot rnxiier I' ii ;'1-l.' il',;,':.
returned [lun dil pu i lL- [I,,-
bipots I mmai 14 it l'.01..,i. ., A 1:
fi orer- Escellvint: I e-t I i--% i r iv'
- London Tailler.
Ta~ke care of yofir heilth. Yon hir
um rkhl Ito bevompn eabi doii mI 1.u1*!
Sv ijd pliel aps to ol his 1!;:I1.


THE- GUARANTEED





REMEDY
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS-'
THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Cow.
T. LOUIS, nMO.
Sold by Gainer Mercantile.Co.


''4
N ~
N pN N..


worn wmen- .

Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
not leave you of itself. 'You should take Wine of
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and
weaknesses of wouen. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great
benefit it has been tothem. Try it-don't experiment
-use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.


TAKE Mii,





The Wowns's Tonic
frs. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and aftenward
wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, Wad
pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness dtf breath.
"I suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying
Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief end now I am almost well."
Try Cardui. 'Twill help you.

L AT A LL DRUG STORES


N *T P


MNK OF ST.. ANDRE WS.


CAPITAL STOCK, 1- $15,000.


CJ,, t. RUU D, resident. F. BULLOCK. (Casier


REC TO R S,
;-' J- B DRfTM 'ONI. ,
Judge L. .JA REEVE.
T. A. JENNINGS.
'C. B. IYUNN.
,. W. H. MILTON
S' L, M. WAR
' 3-BULLOCK;
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Y iur patronage is Respectfully Solicited.


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WEITAPP--'.
Sp cial KRe or to t.h, ..-..
Mrs. N. Willias.s and ,Mis Nel-
lie i-Lh or w% ere Li,',g., riding i il ir'
streets. Thursday.
Messrs. S. F. and J. C. Morris and
J. Elbert were down from Wetapuo
'Creek, Tuesday.
Messrs. Dyer & Kroflmiller fin-
ished burning their kiln of brick
and returned home, Thursday.
The Louise was up Sandy and


SpRICES CURRENT. Wetappo Creek
R ROCERIES. week.
8ar '" pter tb Tea, per Ib .
-ratnh1Ated 1.6 P-4 He No .............. Mrs. F. A.
oflee, Gunpowder ... 40
Green ...... at2o U0 o'd Jap .o-coo passed here Sa
Arbucle ..... 20 Con mill per can .
Cinger fls ..... to Unc.deetn' .... o visit her sister.
' Crackers. s6da .. .. 10 Sweetened'i. 10' Mr W. F -,
Tobacco. 0i ..jo toso Baking Ponder Mr. W. F. W(
Liondo layers s Campbell d ...... d was up with hi
VaLncia .....** zo10 Canned fruit
Sce. to 8 Peaches ...... oa2o urday.
n.... ." t8 Tomatoes .... (0-15
poated .... Apples o.... Messrs. live
raied Pe 10hes.. so Pears ......... rs-
Doi Tgal .... 20 Plums ......,. np South Prong
o e I ...... 2o Apricot ..... to-2o
orid r ... 50 Strawberries so t6,s last week.
. 10........ Pineapple .... 0o-ao
sla ..... 3o Canned mcats Messrs. S. C,
oI a ,- Roast Beef n our s


.s, with freight, last

Wishard of Eartly
,turday, en route to

oodford of Farmdale
is launch, Cliff, Sat.

r and Melton were
g on a hunting trip,

, F. and A. Morris
reets1 Saturday.


Mel-a 8i i-ippd.el ... is '*
'too* 4 Lobster.... ,o& i s Mr. S. Dyer, wife and daughter
... ... 6 Salmon...... Satl

AN.. ..kn'of Rceources.
umvkin .. to A yonug mua gctrail of face.,pud cor-
-""' PROVISIONS. rect u dattlre. arose froL his seat In a
r 'th s D S. pr.lb ..... well' patront-7ed fe an evening or
S5 Obelt ....... 3-40 Bacon Sides .... A two nigo, raised high a dollar bill and
)prbu ..I.00 Fresh .......a addresed those present.
.atMeaIPrtbt./.' Jo Br'kf'.%,Bac'n1 6.22 dt
o ...... Ham ca.nv's'd .. 16 "Genileuen," he said. "I bare here
L .40-l'ers ..... a dollar bill. It Is a good bill, often to
y eed.. t'.o Beorned ........ 8 lUspection by all. I want to raflle it
sweet ....7 tol.oo Fresh ...... sitos5 off, and I will esteem It a favor if fit.
rak ......... S Milk pr qt ........ o teen gentlemen will come In. Teu
I HARDWARE. a I couts a chatue-lU cents for a dollar
RGalvirs..do .. o Hoes, each .andle.. o bill. It's dirt cheap. yho will come
Manillar ...127o08 Copper paint, can... 60 in, please? I'll esteem it a favor, as I
lov $soa$o Linseed oil, gal.. 5a6o said, and there's the chance for a real
S. DRY GOODS. bargain-"
Prints pr yal .. 6a7 Checks ........ 6to 8 Fifteen men good naturedly chipped
5haetings F. sa Flannel ........ isa4o . 'r
, n ,, gaw i EThreadperspool In s I- 10,ce[ts each, drew small squares
ns ..... 4 Shoes, ladies ... ofo paper from a hat, and the winner
I Men's ..$1.40oa4oo0 pocketed the bill, with a laugh.
-. MISCELLANEOUS. "Thank, you, gentlemen," said' the
L; ay H pr cwt .. 25 Oa aprb ..... t7afiler. wlth a Cheaterfleldlan lboWv.
B a "......... 70' BnckprM 3... 3.O . .
Ropesit al. .... .7 Limeprbbl.... So That dollar was of tio use fo me. But
Sf FRUIT and NUTS. now thatt I've sold it for a doUar and
Oranges perdoz.. So Pecans pr ..... a half I hive my car fare /home
, Apples........I.g So 2--Walnuts ........20 .
SMons .......... 3- Almonds ....... Thank you. Good night."-New York
OYSTERS. Globe.
In shell pr ,ooo...,0 o Openedprqt .... 20
4d LIVE STOCK. Forcea'Info Exile,
Hdrses ..... SsoaSs5o Gows......$ S5 to $5o
rules .......oa$75 Hogs ..... $to$6 Wm Unchurch of Glen Oak, Okla,:
Oxen poke... Sheep .... .... $ was an exile from home. Mountain air.
chickens each ..4oaso Geese each ...... 4aso be thought would, cure a frightful
keys ..... goa.so HDucks ........ 2.aso lung-ricking cough that had defied all
SFI' SaHlt remedies for two years. After six
: o. uSlet pr. bbl 6.50 months hie returned. doath dogging hia
Pompano'pr l.. ,i, Pompano .... ...oo ste 8. "Then I began to use Dr.
Sturgeon to Mackerel .... S;8o \6 i ,,
,r LUMBER. ng.s New DiscoVet`y," he writes,
Foi Flong Ceiling and after taking six bottles I am as
- Heart perm... $614 ..., Heart, per'tn...44.:o ,, ,,
Sppac ... .eloo Faoe ...oo wel as ever. It saves thousands year-
Dp.. hidingg 9 Clapboards 16 f00 om fespcrate limng diseases. Infal-
fexrt f eprms z.oo {x6in.pro..... x1.oo lIble fo- .oouhsg and colds it dispels
Lfflher ...8at F.be, d hi ... $12s hosliessand sore throat, Cures arip
arLt s nles so O, .... a.o bronchitis,heniorr4ages asthma,croup,
. .dressed .... $2o whooping coitgh 5Jc, ,and..1.00. Trial
-. 1bttle fri-e. guai-anteed.by A. Hf. Brake"
SU...O, r .O lEO and Gainer Mercantile Co.
-" L 1 0ASr tr 'N y The Hid-en Part.
VrL'ilk J. C hlik iar S 0t, alal, t ji a .' h. t. irak., (.,' l;inia, fonr-yeaV-
iLuesniorT I'ar i Or Of" tlhe ru .of jI. ld i.-|,.i.;-" c. te oseClirved the moon
lOheney 4 Co. doing husiAiess in the Cit I'i n its se' ais quarter. "'cume and look
of Toled[ ,i.voliity aIij stalt aforr..aid and at .lt. n.;,. t. II-il of It Is pushed nlto
(hat esId ti'it% will pay Ihe sa'ni of ONE th.E' sy. anrd the other half is sticklug
A'mITx nim'r n n .I. A It', c..,..l ."tld,,'. rvr cut."


&;eof-Catararh I I-t caninzot he 'Cunid h10
ts'jj.qf HILIVI' Cnta trh Cure.
I FRANK J C'Ii~NEY.
Swornt to Iiqfore me mid ait ul-icijijed in
siy j.ueqieltelthim (4thi dy of Deceinhler,
A Li., I8(i.I;. A. W%. GLL'A6UN,
I iNort ry P'ublic.
lla~tl's Otlharrla Cure id t:Lken iteiiare niy
and imtsa diroethy. off tite blood iin id m1-
isouti i~miacei of the bL'stoin. Sond fur

V. I EU IN E Y &C.o. TolIe it o. 0.
gol byIIIDraaggiats, ..c.

T.rkenHO cd Faiti ifl'i for eng.~

Volurnbtiw X'aShi i'.nu K i-!(m SirtIMII
.-W'al' de priee er doul wareruueh'IC
1~~~frI'l .*ken(uilugiy i-Tvu coup~
Wttt" uand f i lcis 'eVn: 20 cents er
p)tee ~iniiityou islck,,i ea', NP. I;iif.
Mir, wIth-7All rigbt. Mr. Jaiekson.. I
ffem 11 to he m l~l, ozd 5you picks

jissp~ *~tfai~e* 3Placi&
A-p~we Y&'qy dt1i'fbll tofiud correct.
fr tD*~ IWAt of tiii' Imae Ontario
jOrt mwvbk~t Iire'hor. Wlhr'n It Is not
w xma~'~ Z:r!)-,r' r -$avI;.ctt Barh'
c~wo~tto !re.iiie1.diy wrog.hIs
11. & ve--tY ior' which unnie.

4- bi~~1"- Wop 4'itArplt to rpefl




I~t b~h~tar Dt.ainwrat mnd


Wi~y Dally.
11'e-I ray Ihy. l. irni. I tike 'otr
phiotc-czrapt? i n7 E 1lo): so lprett~y that
I feol I c u'i a-*ot pma. Slie-Oh. I see.
that's wvhy y'vt ant meun f a plate,

Pror'enil I t I-otter ttuau repputance.
-Greek Proverb.
If you de~lre a clear~ complexion.
take Fi'aley',,Ominoio ~xattye fo, consti-
,tathii n and livt.-r trioubl.i its it. w iillsdiin-
o late t hese t-zimsand tharoulghly
cleanse ;OLIV SVtenul., which 6 what
every one necds ill order LO feel well.
Sold bv Gainer Mercatiti le Co.
Aed Cheeks In Addison's Day.
It sFeelits t hat the :"Uetiuty '.octor" 14
b~y n1 ao ineis a tio,'erti i nvonitaion. '1ii
Atlantic cltcs fan amusilrg fillve-rt iinE
uiciii to this lei'cct priieitd i AtqdisotVs

'[be famit us Pa enirl-nn Hed Tql.~ior:
AVIi i.li -:i V ratiis-b a dc 2!tuI. lu~h
I n-- 0altor to the (:hvol:S a f thw-e !1bat
ni-c 'tVhilo ar l'Ole. IIh;:T It r Lriotto hrn
dil-:iv-t in tl.;%d Ir-imn r tui-u..l tiuc-Cotu.
plahtoii ro.r' porhe' lviiit.) Ibe nritbl(il
Iv tll,, uvn (*. -t 1,110.1F I' aii' R
V it m c illt I* le .hs u
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AT. ANDREWS

CE & POWER COMPANY.

. Manufacturers of and Dealers in

PU RE CRYSTAL ICE!

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!

A COLD STORAGE EQUIPMENT

abbles Vs to Fill Orders A&t Once I

No Order Too Large; None Too Small!


Th3 Great Vidocq. FPtRSON4A
Vidocq, the great l'reu.h tc-:c.tive.
was born In Aras lu 177"5. 1o begnu .Mrs. John Sturruck
lilfo as a baker and early blraume the rI'
terror of his comii.lauons l.y hi; a;i... I lesrlay eIvening s tr h
frame and violent dl.ipositkun. .'.t t'.i, extendr.a .B-t to ,'sc.r
same time he was a notorlo -s t'.i( an^i' i .l.
and after many disgraceful adventuret.- i l w., i
he enlisted In the army. In 179'f he r,. our steemied friends t,
turned to Paris with some m.nc. Stiles, who send kind rn
which, however, h n : :- i -I**.I"**"
Next he was sentence'J t 1,i,.11. i I to all their old friet
years' hard labor for forgery. Lb Iv- drews. The Buoy if
peatedly escaped, and In 1- 3 Le, b,' Mrs. S. for a number
came connected with the I'ark ri souven'er os ad
as a detective. UIs previous .ire soueier post-
enabled him to render Impoitairt renr noteworthy scenes fro
Ices.,and he was appointed chief of the she was visiting. -
safety brigade, chiefly composed of re- I
prieved convicts, which purged Paris Last Friday Mts.-
of the many dangerous classes. In of Old Town return
1S1S he received a full pardon. anud hki tended visit with fr J
counectiun % lth t'Lli .i-ervIt i.h a' I I u:
tU alblit l .'-',. lhe i hbe : lf.-.l ;t ; tives in Greorgia.
IMand?. as a popl t nuur:f.''Mt-r. ,.. Mr. W. Conely of'
after the rv.',ltl< : ,of Ir ;, I 1.- :it joined his family a
t political detective ibut r.itbh litt:'
success. In 1i48 he v as a tiL e will be trememberea
played under the repulli,-afi g<,vern- prospecting, fo'r a
mount, but he died penniless fn 1857 as be bought a lotf

,Tld LU62 datambo'. since his arrival -
An Englishman w.as on,-e r'!:;,-ng a it is safe tq say',ti
native of India upon bln faculty In ly tends to re mn i "
lug. The native at once .reli: -.


Y .

There were two yoqug uien of ay
Country who had a boastlug matc-h.
and one said. 'Mly father Is so rich and
has so many horses that his stable In
of such extent as to take a horse
eleven months to go from one eud stall
to the other.' 'Siabash, brother,' re-
plied the second boaster, 'that is very
goLod. l My father has a bamlubo so
lonD_ that he (:an sweep the clouds
atvay within it w'.e'n th'y\ ol;scure the
sun in haiVest time.' 'Ill. hi!' ex-
claimed the first. 'Tbht is very won
derful, but, pray, brother, whero dioes
your father keep such a louu bam-
boo?' 'Why, you 'tupid,' was the an-
swer, 'In your father's stable, to be
surely "


A Tiny Baby
can't tell you in words w'liat the rroibi--
is; but its complexion e-ts pa ty. If it,
gets weaker' and'weaker, los-es de-eh and
is cross and peevish you ean be certain
that it ,has womis. Give it White'b.
Cream 'Vermifuge, guaranteed harm-
less. Expels ithe vormus and 'puts tlie
baby in ahoaJthy. normal condition.
Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co.
How Victor Hugo Propcsed.
,Adele, holder aand more enrlous tha,
Vfetor (for sAe wns a girl. wanted t:i
find out what was the memaniug of hi-
slient admiration. Slie salid: "I aIs
sure ,yA u Ihnve s._'crel<.. Ilnve you II.:
one, secret greater thnn all?"' ViIi:n
acknowledge d that I hi Lid -..-;',Is4 I1u.
that one dif the %!, \'.-Is rI":;t,** Il .:i]t :1 I
the re s "Ju t li':. '-:" .ri.-r .\ !,.I
"V* .'ell. (c )iii'. no)\\'!: [ II Ita' ,ilr Lrra;i
P' t se ret. Otat:i 1 v -.1 ... i:. .
"My' greato. serr." V1 (,r rl"llie, "
hot I fov'e 3v ou." ".\1id my .' re- t ,'
cret )4 'itt I l.ie \ou "" said A lt.I
like rfi --t'i.--"l- V L
SI[-1n rc -rl.
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A ndrews, yei*t
was in bad h tit
to Dothan, fo t.r
Mr. J A C
Florida's gre mo
Jacksonville Ti"m
working in Andrt'
and paid th Buoy a"
Seven exoursionis
Mr. and Mr4. J, -'
terdav. rhey were:
father and Josiah Hug
of our towsman, D.,
Stock, S. Kurklen,,and
from Alabama and Jon
of Cnanpbelton; Fla. :-
Gapt. Henry M. Sple
load of excursionists to.
'yesterday, on his firie l1
rial, and while herk.<
Buoy office. 1.
Mrs. Allie Borros ad
arrived from Pensa
and johild her husi
Bakery, where they w I
reside.
Mr. M. D. HowlettV
was in town on Monday.
Mrs.L. M. Ware is vi
in Mobile, and report
very enjoyable time.
Mr. F. B. WVhitfield'
Otway Ware arrived
the Tarpon, he wil"
t-'. l. ,""* *^" ^


Mr. L. C. Gav was an',
at the Buoy office last
Mr.,H. N. Welles m
Patiania City and Mili
day.
Mr. Chas. T. Porter wI
spending some time on-
stead, near Econfina, is
his many friend- again,-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
End expect to leave on t.
tomorrow, fo.i Pensicolfit


The Romance of Other Years.
"'(i;.e *.1 rlit- e itost bLe:ittfuil Slulle. T
Sr .-,-ii up.-ii- the face oft nirta suf- ST
1".-(dl it-q'I' ,il tIe crlUt'laut.ce of
Liml St. <.rtl'he its he' fll it ithe feet AL
i.f JIUHlia It n ;t-hlil.e swouuna .oll A ,.
l'r',-l,: lv :Itliaq;> e t'V t this suteut ce is-i 1ii
't11 exti 'l t fi'..uiil S:l] : .' l,,lhl'ls nov- B lyJ ia
,-l0-ttc.: but. in fat t, it comes from a
n,.'el whi,'h eighty years ng<- 'was'S seeu i
''i th;i tabll- af. i-. oist Ipecple i f taste
il I vuiltuire. 'rThit is the style which I make a Specia
,i dc.le.'talile lu the brave dn.ys of
aid.-London Telegraph.
Danger And Suffering Lie 411 Or,3r.
in sprains backache, contract muis-
cles, lumbago and rhenimatisin Some
of those ailments uire easily ciired, oth- .
ers tare permanentlyv relieved by the
timely use of Bear Brand Nerve and A |
Bone Liniment. 50c and $1.00 bottles U 11 U
at, drugvgi-is. Rebate check in ever ,
i,,acaga.. n,, L ead'

Mother Love Defirted.
Whnt Is material instinct? Is It i A M O I -
Ah..._1.Il ....-..6i1.

ItI Ing ,
desire t e

-ersatlon on other subjects Is tabooed
In the house where a new monarch
reigns. The four walls oL the home
I are suddenly glorified with the pres-
ence of the little newcomer: the ambl-
tion pf both father and mother reaches
Its zeulth. Pleasurable pastimes we
were wont to indulge- In nre forg,-ttoen;
pursuits that filled our life, music. art.
literature, things that were part of us.
associated with our very name--A-whre
bate they gone? All laid aside as aft
no moment now; lii the future perhaps
when "baby" is not so dependent on
cur every thought we will again f-,el
their cli.rm. Just bnw they might a;'
well io,' t-r 'e;v' I,.ln so a onl|l, tely do
wC g.ive fir:-elt'hs to this ew' lIfre.
Thlii is maternar instinct.-Mrs. Ar-
noldsi ni Utrilre Stin's' Magazine.

Mort Supp:rt.
"Yo thin l well of" Miss Se'ads?"
"Well. I'm con.aiirlng to marry her."
I "It takes two to make a conspiracy."
"I have help."
"Her niotl'er?"
"No ll(ea-'f ."

PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Cleanses and beautifies the har.
Promote a luxil'iant growth. -.
S ever Fails to Restore Gray
I -/ rait to its Youthful Color.
1 Cures scalp diseases & hair falling.
5.Oc, an'al $1.00 at Draggisli


know 'how' to selge a
cCOMEIN
Test the Frari

LATEST Pl

Examine OurT


They nre unsurpai
anr, lelteacy of ode
plete assortment o
do-mestic and imp.
Toilert Waters thro
Toilet Goo
Thel most tastidia
We have a c nsiiiln
B ha t 'lt> .- near,
from i n uiti,'e ore I
an\ tliin,: in li- lint-.
tain a Ibeaut I'u Icom I
of delicate powder- :
skin from dirt, wind
oilet ic complete wit
face. Tooth Powders
tion. 'roomha Brushes
toilet requisites so eF
in endiles variety.
apartment our sioric
Our gold- a.re IltI
We Sell all P


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T~ ursdav Nov. 11l 1909.

ST. ANDR EW8


Witll
es. yes-
Hughes,
S an uncle
stock, Geo.
L -Houlton
han' Paulk

.brought a
it.Andrews
nch Impe-s
wled at the

little grlI
Sunday,
i at the
henceforth

M iliville

ig friends
having a

..er of Mrs
ibrday. on


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LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION..
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
P. S. Land Office at Gainesvillc, Fl.
Noueniljr 6. 19U9.
Notice is ncielhv 'ivan that John Mc-
Leod of Southporl,.Florida, who. u ST-p-
leml>pr 21, 1904, nade Home'stead. E.Ilr.
No. 3-1948, ( erial No. 02916) 'lor sni^ of
section 7 Towniqhip 2 so'ith, r nge i
west, Tllahasse Meriiian, has filbd I)-
tioc of intonlion to mirko final five-year
.roof, to establish claim .to the land
abore described, li,,fo e tho clerk of thli
circuit your, at Vernon. Florida, oi theh
17th day of l)oceniler, 1909
Claimant names as itiesses: W. H.
f.iiues ',iIOIon Atkinson, Dave Bryant aind
J. H. L)ont, all of ?,outhp rt. Florida,
HENRY S. CHL'aB, Register.


. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
S1 Land Offic ,it Giii.evillh, lioioija .
arl-y caller November 6, 1909.
..'Notice is herebv give that aolomon
.raday. A. a Birett. ol Westby, Florida. ,ihi,
-.A trip to on Mla.-c 21,1904. made I.miestead En-
He mTu, tr.\ No. 341i0f, (Seiial Number 024.4, foi
S.ues- o%. o i section .an" W,, of iie'
and asci ot ,ne of sectioii 33,iownsliip I
L south, range 17 oest, Tailahassee &Mi-
b.'as oeen .ridin, has filed notice of intention to
as home- in:,ke final five-year poor, to estslbli-li
'L ao claim to ihe land above detcriied. hbefort
Apg among, the clerk of the circuit court, at Vernon,
Florida, ou the 17th day of J)ecemlitr,
'of Wet 1!909. Claim. int ani, tas witness,.-:
o 01 I V est nis Anderson, Vel.6ter Brown, J. D.
b Tarpon, Anderson of Ebro. Fluiida, and G W.
-, L. ". f -l.l'Nn," Cl IUBBe, Rcgist>r.
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SANDREWS BAKERY.

IE BORROS, 'Proprietor. D E

|t. One Door North of waltney's Slop A R K E R,


Uo-to-Date Equipment!

of Bread. Cakes, Rolls and Pies
Of all Kinds.
en PrIro'mpt .A.ttenztiorn!





AS, PIIARMACY,

rug Store
r ST. A OIDREWS.
RUG STORE..
it-'a


A. T fLEIY ) MC iAL[IU.. We
7v~ery finest that are m~ade.


Waters

lerm anenoy
'eep) a com-


tf t ost delicate
orte fumes and -
agho ur entire ..
ds apartment -
0us Il is mpl iastd.
meant .Ioi.let S.u;p9, T'ilet Sp)on..es and Spon5res for th-
'r to p cetintl'aiu nny we everl':iw. Toilet So:tps free
not to found cverywhm"-. \We have them. If vou want
,, hIrtrbe place to ret it.
ERS- attenti" n .f all ladies who e re to haveanal re
)lexioeift nd healthy white skiit, is called to oar line
iand Oni Xtion b"IiultifiLtrs. Pro'.ect the open poros of tho
anrd d b V the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
hout a, of faintl.y scented po\, dor over tha. neck and
SPast Vashes, Co.'onetics and Rogues of everY descrin-
, Hair 'ushe, Coimb., Mjnicure -ets. and all'fh,- little
tseuthia om1' t. health und beauty are to be found lihr'
R 1e RelBBER BODS. ,-
is cn t.e. RUBBER OOOD Our goods
Sfbesl a' anl1 t ill not d istappl imt youth '
.TIT MEE:DIOIONES in demand
A. J .JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.


n i.i '
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{5br '111( ,,. '* f'" ..r : .
b r*et s a,; -, il ; I. ,' : ;'.:.' It'


lebtet to ,,... ,, i t:..;i-n fri.-, w itb
beautiful ., i. *. : ti. ; : ii :;. ',i-t' t .Ir.(
resenting .i-. l"'l"'! .r ( rial;ti \i,''. wi I-
S, :,.' ptt.l t of their resp-'.-;ive coun-
e places rtie. ";ear me!" exclaimed Lor,"
B3yron, to whom this was told. "Hel
T. refi( 'wiught to h ive been the custodian of
ihe tiwer ot B:lbel!"
1 an, ex-
fid rela- Crcji -Lavers cf Water.
- .'. '. . 1 t th1
S ha..: . s
C ., it i%.iL:' i ") i t '" <;-c n '.- o '
if v .L.,l ti ey !t"'cV.' i 1 ;'> V P [I',-" lI JJ
exas, f t., e ,.- ; ,: I ..atr. Thei
b but str ,v' of r i't'n,:;a l 1." to:.eL of
rture, v 4 3.1-1. as1t the ilu:a ,,u.jt:, ay- t-h 'l
B [!" I' tI r I '.i of paradi *e wull h'e a town
i'a'ae ith caialst where there were curreuts
I.1.-W lu both directions, so that they might
0 "~o e p:red the effort of rowing.


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Prwhen alt thought he wild d'o, Buck-
0 lenis'Arrtica tSalve holy cured bim.
W Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts, con s*
Wounds, bruises, Cures fevur sores Skn
Sto? fo eruptions, 1-oils, chill.lains, hall
S; thel h tnds. Soon routs pile-. 25c at Gainv-v
w s Mercantile Co.\, and.l .. H. Brake'-,
.,.' was -
at week N.- .. .
nalvisit. Prir,-Ipn .. tt i ,.. ;" s trp c,
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Drals maiciaos, FaRCy Toilel Arii1e ;


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; T. J. MC SWEEN, Manager,


._ ,A Crav, -,r .,rj--
Advoeti mu i ....... i, ..wivt frrrl if
preservesi. sugar ;n'iil i gai -tl by'
D It e children, Dr. t.i...- .i rt.,tvi'bamu hit
S% a* Sucectss says flat a ct:i'~"..:i fur ilm "r.4
^ Is nature's call for the tsult.-4tir;-ts
which is "a full *Iown uemuiuht.q or ti \
OU hsgrrat trnIt ,f
1 rS1 '" '" ' '* (f l :
a tr fp ar 'll ,:a i r.- . .,
Dangerous coughs. Extremely fat. sugars w1,I. ,...1 ,.
perilous coughs. Coughs that tiny engine glvivs u' I
rasp and tear the thtfoat and 'explosions-tha lais to v....wi a iji.--"
lungs. C oughs that shake the cl ne n i'.F . .:i, it i .:1 '. I '-- :
wholebody. Youneedaregu- ur is burned ,pM. It iA f,:r:miIe t I"
I-.. dicl d. ", pe(Jpie wau,.. .. ; ... .:oit .. wne
lar medicine, a doctor's medi- deiiives uof .-"< ,S ti in>1',....' .
cine, for such a cough. Ask b9dy can mnu,-... ,u.iii M ,,, G ..;:
your doctor about A ye r's many tfuuds. oul r nw.,d i.,izl. it.-.- .
Cherry Pectoral. tables iaud ;rii..: ,m'i- i '
would ij ligo (ut-h pei.l lu.;to l-.!(
I *We publish our formulas of iuL41aUfua l i :.UJ.'I '-Ht .i*f i i' I'
SWe banish aloohol tissUel S. Wbhitl l 'i,* .' ;. 13 %I-l, if ti6:'
Skour r omes WeueyoutI bo i itn l, m. il1 i t. i* I -
l oonu our ea se ua i .. .f11" h:1' Ial tI
Sd o a -o r l o a tu 1 I i -,w, 'd . I I
Any good doctor will tell you that a medi.- tr d tolU -iii. t l1.t i,,, 'i .t*i f "rt
title like Ayer's. Cherry Pectoral cannot swetmuinker.- ,at i 1i, 1..' i* "i,-i cri .
do its best work if the bowels are con- *
stipated. Ask your doctor if he knows Why '- is Solid.
anything better than Ayer's Pills for cor- "now can y.au .il eite I .Iold wlt *
reacting this sluggishness of the liver. the firm? Docs h. co-.n tn late ,: t -
1-- e by the J. C. Aer Oo.. Lowell.M go aUIay e.ry?
"Nt; he .Cii,". II| enr," nfd i(>g-|
And All WLth Company There*. awa late." -P.ujib, Exp rt...,. ,
"Now. cthlldrviu," said the mother as Art Odort' C-r.l .'
- LMbeIe.rotmfiul of eoulpany had eQme if one object tf- i'.is> ia-r ,a ,:rorb.,lid
U4.,, i.i.play ,11P. .,. e V-,, fo eti .
e rveg.", odbrle g disi rt rctit v J fr- ..
"All right. mtiiher." replied Edith lows: Dissolve btf".n, .t'I" Of fr -.
.'(al -we go up aid pThi, Hamilt and manigaiate of :..;.I li rfur iwait- .
Uinir' of v.-itntr and pour I':1. cr-ieroiil'l, dowf *
*"t'r: iiuly." iiIl li r t.'i, 1. 0 h t.1d t.1 i am i Iu' IaII Iu stand In bowls I t. l b l.r will MtnIU
*<;,IM y.'I riali>-d L:,!;,LW 5',i. ulu i ricm purple. '["'', :;;::.l r:ry be ,14 ..v
iitz: a, her siter. -.lihe :Il. "Now ~aioved with a vi-.lk r-N' til ",of O.*li-t,.
..litl -e. .',,u rini tip ti ai i;tn:it n's rool. anid. The ateld in.-t I.e rIi-'-"r off if Il-
lu I1 c.i ll h'r f.l-p h:liir th;it you callt oediautely after 1I'. i n, i ', -d. .

The Loafor. Foley'p Ronev r:d Tatr urres copghb
*-tiio fu. !rw oi6ic boy toaf o0 quickly, strengthens tne lung andridex
mr;l: ii..-hietf" pels colds. GAt the gonuine in yellow
'.,, :fs." ,vaekage, at GainerM e ar 'tilu t ,.''.. ,
"I ;." Ir".(> ;iiu3. m We can (dreet n -
rrm It. li .. l;;d's ,efforts il:to .s' 'i, 3jai an -'.' in ,
f : 1; 1. l. ; 'l. [butt we ( !n't '(y) '*J'iliS slab' "W *S '0 , ";" [ ''au'r.i -
thin '_ I !i a lnfer."-Bir]ffrlo lx n!s hns tm re prorl' a t'..ra ..l .t^ i iI '"v Wa'; -'.
Ii ,,;.s, w ore' :. .. r.'!,1 .'. i ," s\ "
Whe.'n ou have a cold the first thit g 'itot1!'rs-li iw ", 'iL" .
to d) i- to havo the bowels move. ,D) 'fl i li,.:id ,! i. ,l hi'. ,i
no-t take iinthing that may crnstipate lwhlo lake l-it t i "
-and most old fashioned 6ough cures l o"rtbn Itt' u ,, *
don ctpnstip-4e. Try Kenihedy'sLaxative t_(ia.l_.
Gouoh Syrup. It drives the cold from ..
the system by a free Vet gentlc action A teacher ha,1 'I-t fiPlslhd ;Min',l,
if the bow-l: it stos the cough it is Ing the unse of t'of dltto !,,'". v-(i.-r'
p-leasant to take. Children like it. she &n ,tl,'Il ofte .f.hTi* .-viy't a-;rcI'L.
Sold by all d ruggists. e*'s of &noi fl'edl ': ,:.it .' fI tr 'hi *.
story book. So rh, ,-t'. fiL'sy,
The Use of Ire, after s(choof and told.,1i't f" wr-re thd,
Iron has been known to men for a sentence "Alwt.ryi tI-, attefiton" Va (I
very long time. In the time of the As- tiles. .'
syrians it was extensively ,used,, Iron In a very sioft time he giffe'~ glad
saws, knives and other tools having shout, "I've did ,it!" ,
been found by Layard at Nineveh. "What ilund of f:augui'g .s thnt?'.
Homer refers to the forging of Iron, she remarked severely. "A. 4. i.ctI'
while the hardening and tempering of ly haven't had tlie to do t.' ,
steel appear to; have been operations "W V., I': done if. th."ti. Aiiyhoi,,
In common use among the early here it s." He h'',' p 'li P.te. Tibd
Greeks. The eippl6yinent of a kind of sentence was WiVittk'a ice ait the'ttop,;
bellows for the forging of tools, pre- and the rewalni~,t ilfaui re ga'k eo'
sumably of Iron, figures In Egyptian ered with-dots..
sculpture of 1500 B. C. Cast Iron ap-. "But you haven't dione It'" she elt
^ear basioJiis&am 4JaxeF^a.boi i-lt l. ('-1
3 B.C'. TlroIi.uithe gencj of the o a'-l.'t her -'rOift'i fr.
Romans the manufacture of iron. was f'Cou(to e I -tlfif: T.'.'.'P*'rnmarJS '
Introduced alnil over the then known ,Wide 'era nliicfy-.it fl'nue.ti. They'rr'r
world and Into those regions where it good thingF..". r,
bud naot been previously.known.-New What else was thl"rt to do nui to t ,
York Amuerican. 0 l-"1 1o of f>^w< :. .nf,


W.H. PARKER




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Women Suf

from Disea
And Most Women Do
Real Cause of
These poor, suffering women
have been led to believe that their
misery of mind and body Is entire-
Jy due to "ills of their sex." Usually
the kidneys and bladder are re-
ipolsible-or largely so. And in
such cases, the kidneys and blad-
der are the organs, that need and
must have attention.
Those torturing, enervating sick.
,ed aches, dragging pains In back,
'groin and limbs, bloating and swell-
ing of- the extremities, extreme
Seriousness or hysteria, listless-
esws- and constant tired, worn-out
feeffng--re almost certain symp-
: fom#:; of disordered' and diseased
lid"eysbladder and liver.
ti e tt's' Kidney and Bladder
Pills have, In thousands of cases,
been demonstrated as remarkably
beneficial In all such conditions of
S inale a organiqin-afording the
liost prompt relief and permanent
benefit.
As an Illustration of what these
Pills *11i do, Mrs. P. M. Bray of
Columbus, Ga., writes that she was
S. ery -Rl with kidney trouble, and
Stea fi s# is now well--and that
lese Pills are what cured her.
They are very peasant to-take,
and can In no case, producer any
.,,. etterous effects uon the system
"", ." msyrupyr alcoholic, liqald prep-
SOLD BALL DRUGJASTS.


LEGAL NOTICES.
- -- ,
NOTICE FOIL PIUBLICAI ION.
Departm nt of the Interier.
U. S. LAND OIvFIC AT GAINLrrVIr.LE, FLA.
O.-oi,,er "13, 1909. .
eflifee is hepeley given that James A.
Adams whose poisteffice address is Wesl-
fiay, Florida, did on on the 23d doy of
August. 1909, file in this offlee Sworn
Statement and Application, No. (15597,
to purchase the nu.3 o' nel uird asw. ol
Ae4 of section 4, townsbin 2, south,
rango 16 west, Tallahassee M ridijnu
andi the tiimbep thereon, under the pro-
virione of rhe act o: June 3, l'tf78.
and acts ami ndatory, kniwn ids the
Timber and Stone Law, at such value
is mw4ght be fixed by appraipement. aind
that. pursuant to such appllcintion, the
land and limber Ibhoreon haye been ap-
pralded, the linbier estimated 16i,001)
Vioard fuet at $2.00 per M. and the land
$80!01';: or ceoiibined vnlue of tho land
nud limber at $.l00.0i'; that sa.d appli-
eant wil offer final iroof in support of
bl4 pialeioeani<,ad irlorni stiteiment on
She 5tth dwy of Janatry 11910. before the
clerk of circuit curt at Vernon, Florida.
Any person is at hlieity to protest this
purchase before entry, or, initiate a con-
tesl at any limo before patent issues iy
Sling a (t.i roliir'ori Alfidairt in Ihi s of-
flee,allegiug fncts wl.ieh would doifeat Ihe
entry. HatN s, Ct'BB, Regidter.

Pantnerq as Ilousehold Pets.
"A rhi-iei uliiciRl ini an out of the
V :. ',ir-iiin dl 'rilct lvited me to
pir,.y ai hl- hti..-.P for a night," nar-
rhilen a l 'low trouler. "1 was comfort-
S*lly witl-d ill uii a sofi ui n before
dtiiir itlieu nin. ris t wa\s simddenly dis-
i tlied hlv it knud Inlt i at bhe sirtigu
V.,uizi d4'-..'. twhieh. Hylng rfpen. admll-
*t4lon eiurmin)OiUt animals, which I at
'Wr1'took foi dJog~'.
"Uf6th of ihem uade at onpp for my
hi'ru, and. whlle the larger ,ue curled
toumforltably rouud my feet and con-
|I)"t'd Itself to ib-plp: the smaller one
s'ate'd itself io ti he floor and com-
t iept'od Ih-king my face and bands. an
r;pration whihb bad I dared I should
STrpnngly-have rpesnted.
"But those white, glepaingln teeth and
9ibhRlng green eyes filled me with
something aknl ton terror. To my re.
N nlay hort entered at this juniicture.
/ ""'Malaing friends wtllh the pinibers,
I see.' he reiinirkod olenasnuly They
are nice. (onipunilionuible hb-ars.'
"That inny hare boil Irute at the
linme..The la'e reinains, lh(,wever, that
thnep month afeorwuard one of them
devoured a native child."-ILonduu Tel-
egraph.

-',I 'cfeier rud After.
."I'tat ect:plih t.d to be nluseparable
year ago." he ob-'erved, "and now
you hardly ever see them together.
- Why Is It? Do you know?"
"Yes," said she. "Th y weren't mar-
ilhdil a' yea'- ago,"-New Y'ork Press.

Don'ts.
D6i .'t attempt t, punish :Ill your erie.
mfrs. as sect,. You can't d, a large
business with' w small e;)pital. Dun't
Say "I told you. so." Two to one you
never said a word, about it. .bun't
"wrry about another maulns' business.


A little selfishness is so'etmhus cqm.
me agble. Don't Imagine that you
Mua correct al, the evils In the world.
& grain'of sand 1Id l t prominent lu a
desert. Dot"' inourn over fancled'
grievance.' Bide your time. arud real
sorrow"wlll cqme, Dcu't, throw dust
In .our teacher's eyes. It will only in-
'iue 'the pupil. Do:*t worry about the
,, eUpp. Keep cool and you will have
O .,. Dont: borrw a. coat4 to
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fer Agonies

sed Kidneys
This Not Knowing the
their Condition
lf/ /tii


STATEME
OF WASHINGTON COUNTY SUB SCI


1909
Dale of
issue. No. Ws
Jan. 1
Feb. 1
Mar. 1
Mar 31
Apr 30
June 8
July 6
July 6 36
July 6 43
July 6


Aug. I31

Jan, 1
Jaa 2
Mar. I
Mar 31
Apr 30
June 8
July 6
July 6
July 6
July 6


I L -406 I

arations are apt to do.
E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, IL..
want every man and woman who
have the least suspicion that they
are afflicted with kidney and blad-
der diseases to at ence write them,
and a trial box of these Pills wilt
be sent tte 6by rerunu s- paIf
Paid. Ifo t today. _


Mrs. LouiseHito, 43W Oufleu at. Dan-'
ville Ill., writes Out. 1st: "*Foley's K(id-
ney Pills stated me on the road to
health. I was treated by four doctors
and took other kidney remedies: but
grew worse and was unable to do my
housework, and the doctor toldline I
could only live from two to six months.
Tamn now so much bestetr that l do all
of my owr work and I shall be very
glad to tell any one afliclted with kid-
ney or blaader trouble the good re..ults
I received from taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. *Commence today and be well.
Do not risk having Bright's disease .cr
diabetes. Sold by Gailer Mercantile
Co.

Tips Costlier Than Treats.
They were going, out of the Waldorf
when he saw her look so longingly In
at the big, beautiful roomful of white
tables, luden with roses that lie said,
"Will you go in and have a cup of tea'
or something?'"
She assented willingly.
"Your hat and overcoat, sir," said the
waiter firmly. "You are not allowed to
1it In here with your overcoat on."
'"But." objected he, "I shall stay only
a few minutes."
"No matter, sir," said the waiter and
took his hat and overcoat with an air
of determination and disappeared.
"That's the third time," sighed he,
"that I have started to go home, met
somebody and parted from my hat and
coat to treat them. If It happens again
the tips to the waltera for keeping my
bat and coat will'amount to more than
the sum I bhav paid for the treats."--
New York P'ress.

Their Prese:nt Names.
**What are tlhe unam.s of that young
couple LOet Jdrr'"
"WO! won't be ableto flud out for
several weeks. They've just been mar-
rled,'and lie calls her Eirdle, and she
calls him Pettie."

The Touch.
"Shindlolt, did youu over have a ttiUch
of anything like the appendicitis?' .
"Once. Have you f,,rgitteu, Dinguss,
that when you were onernted on for It
you touched (.ee for an even hundred?"
-Chicago Tribune.

Be sure 'to put your feet in the right
place, then stand flrm.-Lincoln.

It's a Crime
o nezlec.t your health. The worst neg-
lect that you can ros.Ibly be guilty of
id to allow conrtipation, bilioiusness r
any liver or bowel trouble to continue.
It is poisoning your entire system and
may lead to a serious chronic disease.-
Tako Ballard's Herbine and Lret abos-
lutely well. Tiosuro cure for any and
all troubles of the stomach, li'er and
bowels. Sold by Gainer Mercantile
Co.


- ~ -.i wzitz as~r n wpa k a


little su Il. Dont Iuigine that every-
thing Is' weatening. Butter is strong
t this market. Don't publish. your
\ sets of charity. The Lord will keep
te account straight. eDo't color
Meeruchaums for a- Irrfug. It Is alm-
pl ayelt*g by Inches.-Mark Twain.

: More Cautious Now.
Y "es,." ald the popular actor, "I
&ad to reftw hee part-. 1t was beyond
myl powers."
"Thaf'i strange," lepile4d his friend'.
'There' wa a time when you would
undertake any, part."
"Ah, yeel That was when I was an'
amnater., and amateurs, you' know,
wilT attleipt anything."--Excbaage,;.

S Expected Back.
Prlfooop-Can I speak with the con-
vietJack (6r one moment? ailer-NoM
hbe has lIt left, after finishing h s
talme. But ask me again In about a
.weekL-FUiegende Blatter.

eot Her Pose.
Teast-DoeEr your wife ever sit with
beb chin resting on her knees? Crfm-
onbetak-No; my w!fe seldom sits
with .ler chin resting at all.-Yonkerm
lttesman. .

Take bteed of many, advice of few,-
tanlsh Prover&b


50 YEARS"
EXPERIENCE





TRADE MARKIs
DESleNs
COPYRIGHTS 40
3t1ckly ascertain our opinion free net.eir as
invention is probably patentable. Commit .'a.
ions strictly conrfdentlal. Handbook on Pat '
Sont free. Oldest agency for securing patent,
Patents taken through Munn & Co. reoci
Speia notice, without charge, In the
Scientific imerican.
A handsomely Illttrated weekly. Largest elf
culation of anv scientifloc kurnial. Terms, 13 a
)ear: fuur uiontha. IL Sold byall newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.361road New Yrk
Branch Ofice. 2s5 IT St.. Waahinaain..


Aug, 31
1909
Jan. 1
Jan. 2
Mar 1
Mar. 31
Apr.. 30
,I U a


July
July
July
July
July

July
July
July
July


Aug. 31
1909
Jan. I
Feb. 1
S\ar, I
lMar. 31
Apr. 30
May 31
,Junie 8
Julyv 6
July 6
July Ii
July 6
July 6

Aug. 31
1909
Jan. I
Feb. I
Miur. I
Mar. 31
Apr. 30
June 8
.July 6
July 6
July 6
Jhily 6
July 6

Aug. 31
1909-
Jan. 1
Mar. 1
Mar. 31
Apr. 30
,June 8
July 6
;July 6
Juiy i6
July 6
July 6
July 6
July 6
*July 6

Aug. 31
1909,
Jan. 1
'Jan. 2
'Jan, 15
P'eb. I
, Mar. 1
Mar. 13
Mar. 31
Apr. 30
June- "
Jain. 15
July 6
July 6
July 6
July 6


JANUARY 1, 1909 0 AUGt
In account with Washington C,
TOMPKTNS DISTRI

ar. To whom issued.
To balance ...... .... ..........
amt of W. B. Gainer.......
S B. Gainer.........
W B. Gainer........
W. B. Gainer ........
W. B. Gainer..........
W. B Gair.fr ....
By am't to O.C Tompkins......
J. A. Keysar ..........
Balance... .. . . . . . . . .


To balance ..... ..............
UNION DISTRICT.
To balance . ................. ..
amount of W, B. Gainer.... _,
W, B. Gainer....,
W" II. Gainer.... :
S %V. B. Gainer ...
W B. Gainor...:
c" W. B. Gainer...-..
By amt to Nirla Yates...........,..
F.'A. McCullolugh. ..-:..
balance ........ ..............

To baiance............ .... :,4
PLEASANT GROVE lT
To balanco........... .......
amount of W. B. Gainer;.
W. B.P iKiris
: W ."I ..-
B b alanc. .

fy ait to R B.'. Ga.in
J..J. Willla K,
W.C Finne.nv ....
Stella Yates .......,
S Chipley Bann r., .
W. L. Parish .... ..
J.. J. Wiliaml ..,,.
W. aia ...
balance ........... .. .. .,

By balance.......... :........ .
11LLVILLE DISTIO
Tb balance.. .... .. .... .....
amount of W. B. Gainer....
W. B. Gainer......
W" B. Gainer.....,
W. B. Gainer.....
A. C. Croom......
W. B. Gainer....
W. B. Gaicer......
By amount to C. C. Matbis.... rl
C.C. Mathisa......
German American.]
balauee ....... ... ...........

To balance
VERNON DISTR[Cr
To balance .......................
amount of W. B. Gainer.....
W. B. Gainer.....
W. B' Gainer.....
W. B. Calner.....
W. B. Gainer....
W. B. Gainer.-...
By amount to L. L. Pratt........
L. L. lraitt.......
I" LJD.eCarkbuff....
balance .......... .... ....

To balance........................
SOUTH BONIFAY 1'18:
To amount of W. B Gainer......
W. B. Gainer.....
WV. B. Gainer.....
W. B. Gainer.....
W. B, Gainer.....
W. B. Gainer....
By amount to/T. S. Mlchener...
-- " J.J. Williams.. "
-J. A. Sims.'..'.;..
James M. Sit.A
James A... Sims....
W. BN Hlathaway..
balance.......... .. ........

To balance .......................
ST. ANDREWS DISTB
To balance .......................
amount of W.. B. Gainer.......
A. C. Croom .......
W. B. Gainer......
W. B. Gainer.....
1 A. C.C'-oom........
W. B. Gainer......
W. B. Gainer.....
w. B. Gainer.....
A.C. C.Croom (receii
W B. Gainer.....
By amount to MiJs F. R. Payne..
Board Trustees; St. A
balance .............. ...... ..


Ang. 31 To balance ........................,
1909. POINT WASHINGTON DISTI
Jan. I By balance . ................. -...
Jan. 2 To amount of W. B. Gainer........
i eb. 1 W. B. Gainer .......
Mar. 1 W. B. Gainer.......
Mar. 31 *' W. B. Gainer......
Apr. 30 W. B. Gainert.........
June 8 W. B. Gainer ........
July 6 W. :t. Gainer ........
July 6 By balance ........................

Aug. 31 To:balance ...................... .
1909. HOLMES CREEK DISTRI
Jan. 1 To balance......................
Aug. 31 By balance......................

Aug. 31 To balance .....................


Parliamentary prros;,uuru.
"-low about my letter of proposal?"
demanded the young corgrostamanl
"It has been advamnv'd to a weemund
readlig." answered thlie hnnight.v' Wul-
in ton _lh,.-Ka_ n


Make Kidneyms and BIlder Right


Our Clubbing List. ,
The BUOY lihas4ade very bern l eluhl
bing-arrangements with a few offhe very
oest publications ii the country and I. r
tlie present can send for a whole year
!he BUOYianud
Detroit Free Press (twlee-a-week
aniid Year Book)............. J 7
'The Fla T. U. & Cifixew, daily for $5 8
do Semi weekly,forTl 55
Scientific American' .... 3 5
Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 2 5ii
Flotida Agriculturist ... 1 5.
do clubsof'5, each ... L2 2",
Farm Journal, Philad'u, monthlily I 17
N. Y. World (thrice a week)... .. I 75
T'he Cosmopolitani........... .. 1 75
Tl'h Criterion i .................. I 50
For aiy or either of I lie abuve pumlica-
li,?ii iii eoniieclioi wilh tlie BUOY ad.
rdss all orders to I HE BUOY.
-it Aindre-s Fla.


A"
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ILtnge '

Lies .l


Formerly:


TiT
A fOr
inl cuiivaiL
ani ltis
y ears.

A Gilt

Apply at
THE


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

Sold in St. Andrews by Cainer I


T
L DISTRICTS FROM
31, 1909.
y., Flerida.


Dr. Cr.
...........$ 79 l
. .......... 6 75
......... 5 25
4 51

.. .. .. 96
........... $ 24 00
. .... .... 25 001
. . . .... .0 97

119 f( $119 97
........... 70 97

.......... $203 47
............ 1 84
........... 72 51
?.......... 6 30
.,-....... 20 78
. ...... ... 1 44
........... 2 18
S ......... $ 90 00
........... 7 00
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..... .. ... 11 52
1T.
....... $. 4 20
i 0 ... 9


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$100 00
200 0O
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611 71

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$229 70
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of b
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god).

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5 11
57
69 12
20 56
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19 79
4 35
41
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263 76

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15 90
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22 78
132 90
66
67 28


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GAIN.

Leta


EiirtiouI and alithe
!tSoi ithleast QI1au-
r -awnsiipj 4 south,


9 Mile North-
Ilville
as the Mrs. Pet
ace,

PERFECT.
of this lanil has been
, times Piast; hut ,si
rying idle for some


Strain, if Tak
t Once.'

B E Y, St. Andrews Fla.






irregularities.
le substitutes.

roantlieCo


What's In a Namet
One summer a distinguished tmeinler
of the Pren. I academy rented a cot-
tage In av\'v, and when the tline
came for his return to Paris lie w\\ntt
to say farewell to tlihe own-r of the
*ottagP. 0 prosperous faruier's wifv.
"1 h:opy 3you .%ill write your name iii
ny nllbin l before yoiu go," shie said.
"Wit!i pleasure." lie replied, and. rak.
rig a pen. lie t rte fits najme in the
*)ook.
-Thanks," sti c :fvti, "'but won't yrob.
,,lease itll me yoUr profession,. so that
S<.cin write it after your name?"
"Oh. put down laIdowner.,'" he ani
dvorr ]d.
-Rut that sn't a profession," s,-'

*\''ll, then. put down ncadenl
li.t'" .ns !his nunswer.
"T'lis w,-rd seti-ued uo puzzle her.
ifid Itheref're (it* v-l'ed. with n sinili'.
Dr)on't yu know v.what in aeademihinia
Is?" *
"Not qui:'." she a"sl erd Pupii a lonE word that the pir'ffes.,ioui
*'- 1:.h:! I)P |plcn-lil .l'to ."
First Wh-j:. Ck.,h.
Some s;ri th: '.i' hi 'iii "4-6 i im t'd tr','
first % hbeel li. L : f. : :I.V l at 2"-i It.
i.ll ,ri- :l\ e Irc iIt I. .;ill'ii r Id. v. n, i
Ihcd .-o l t( us Ihe Il 'Ij:ii:lng ot hll
l,41 'c0 il'l4,- 1 1 h .cc l. '% l' li 111.~ *** Ic-r
l I't I I nl ir 1> I ;- r l l.i 1 'rF. rI, i ::
:lutn l i'rh.d, fil'i -iii 'd \ 'l\h \\ lh l.
_:.
t~ve 1' t 99 ih


u*. we', i 1i.1 t i ,,wi ir
S i ei e w u.I hlte '1 ,d t I1.,?, Il ii l
lull of "1 W\ ''i-"lil tIn I si-. .t n ;i
\y |is n\ 'r .-h,,MulI :1] r1" i I .r ll!tl.'<
IIh ;.i w lier ;i.'d .,.r.> \ rule to;
I dr .v I r li i' -il In 1 r inI,,1i"l,,, i o
i'n r ii'ry ahv. i ih r-. ' I 'i
1< k II .1t 1 I,.v li-l I < ;.'.
I b :4l ,'1;.i I 1. tl ; ,l I i ni *'.'
dl i,'** al IeI. I r;; .' li, h l!. !ihli
h i v l',U Iry -Ai.i ,i f Ih,' l:''I 'i''
les in l I i tly ,Tr l u t- 'lr il 8i'',
4 in r d livy I. .il-. W 'i I ,i
ti'frs lil ofi .Nim r.iIn!.1 i- -II
I h its W ( *il -I ii ii'd l lit [ili-


Ir'llPe \\';ta le esen ib i:i i t|.. la 1
nd lid I i -'lit wI o t h e lu. he s-1\
i lee cihi I ul Ilie I u ':i un,,l tIon
II tciur I'ut it ;.iw n- lt mi l I
nlddle of thf sI ve't->ne t'lih <.-'ililr.
the pinduluni %ns i.r- t ailpiled t.i
s by H uvylrhes.

tEoar H-unting In Brittany.
oIr hunting In ritrany is full of
In hiin iidents. and the lho rii- t1-
die unavenged, for. thui h uihuy
beset by mounted hunters and
antry on foot armed with gun;s.
lHfeblood of many a hound is
n bf orwe the stnvrae old tinker
S nll his life. H i is Ler'ii ,,w.
,f offeuse cen.4e o vly nllh Itls lIl t
'.o'l oi< vih lhP i :e'ri> of thl Iie ileld..
yfliInt of the hi ,inld.. liph din f
Is Io'd the 'eri s ofi lIheI |m'II inI l l t
Sliln I'mfr n hi.3 I:ilr t apse k rnTfus :.
ilhit. that wlihthdr'.vIl irnny ILe s> .
i rnillir to pi-lenceP and di. l'- r
to t iiny feir WVhenlii Il hist I i,
Iir ..hIl I i y:1 T. with i le l IItH.I
li I ni ro -ck fr i -iree tri:ilk. lIt is
y dy t f n Inst. Mvt' in n itarrow
Sof the fOrest. neitlheir innii i t.r
e ciaIn i hitter d ihe avi!:in. lie4 o
miset. Not lIfrequienly thet huitPi
loverr his houn.ds will f>ool Liul
0 -TIr pr i ef' ven1, 'In TT t.- ri]'dll ()-f
y boars If. having be;.in the pen-
with a Inrge I nck. lie ends it wlib
l -irrable remn'i nt. hi lv II _oleft all
lie t t and bravest dogs on the field
battle. 4 h
Food of the Chinese.
I the ReVPue d'LUyglenp D)r. Male
ir, uio ilvd fb r n u' iiy t ai'rs il
na. giva-s i -'oui curious detall4 o'
food of (it, Clilnes. Tills is wih ;
a.vs of tlhe ini of tl-ei n iand ri't
c l hy ivtil ,-:.': "ThTlj. Chinese are
it oiiprl- of Ig ts, wlill .h lhey tJke
1 boiled. One .ut -i S d tlin in all thli-
liide places' for r 'r i!::,mant The
'esill II'ivP an exprlessi i. "E .s of
Uindi'hod ,arq.' Thel '-:, are uir t
iy, a conrmry I nafrme. but ione 1-
-'In gPt thar i of in.iyl yeirs' stand
"T ih ''lrl-l:il h4p. il Ipr'for<,nct.
tlih f 1 1ft t i do itl; ir gpm. -. Thoey
[Il:i,-fd whi oni-c)waii<;h. herbq I',
<'d limne foii in pri,,d tilt iiiiIIm n
S (I f treninilnt ll -in! I- r tr' or *zl
.k,. U t(lhd'r tiI iinflinep of til-,i
.y'okei l IIluriites nfli(d tlIkl ;I 1 :lll,
,n col,(p. r Tit> w ill 'coro:i ulaltts ilnd
0:lo1s re.' n. i'hp Iirod.iilt of IlI(
s. whiri iii as n strung ,dor. from
-h an --'irnp r I- l I.'i;Ik hiru-,el
lily. thi.' (U'!h: -P ,';I r as ,r.-
iir's.. n. It it s. id t: ih vp th,
1 oif Inlliv rr."


IFOIETSONEUrAR
for children; cafe, cure. No opiates'

pILE T A oure gaaranl -d if y...u u e

SPPILES LEsuppos1or
U. lAn. Thompon, Supi
Orade( Boboole, Stateville, N. C.. wrlha I can @:.
they do a yol B aun for tht- i Dr. S. M. 1, Tre.
Raven took. Vi.. writ~a; '"Iney give nunleralalati .
fictton." Dr. B. D. MeO01, OCIuekburg, eJn., vwr'Le :
la priaoe of 9 yeI I hve found n remly i



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CALL F6R FREE SAMPLE

TWO M APS.
ONE DOLLAR FOR
A MA'P OF ST. ANDREV CI'IY
30x50 inche,a correctly platted and
n.li.wii>g all thIe uiire important
bi'il linig-is of 'gicat value to any-
,,ni c'nitempilatinig iiicichasilhig rop-
!rt\ in t il .l oe f f l.'',t liue, exti'liiN g o:.ist
.*A-i, fr(i'n ii l)'vt 's Pi .t to andi eil-
blarilng () 1 Sl t Aiilre', i\iihi c1r-
r, i,,,,i'm liun tori iiiv inilai n l. I'rice
;)ieo .,lar, at the BUOY (Iflice.
A I-4,


FIFTY EN'IS FOR
A s EI IIONA MAi' M I I'ii : ,S'
AN1)RPtVE. WS BAY ('(I N I'lY,
Sloi l ;ilall Ili lar.,ls ,li.s o t, uf \I,
lie ('iiiiuilm i 'ii C ,ii all iiV al.. licalle-
H ;irrion- Park'er, -' lniili. i alid
4lIj ll i .?lII' I ii11,v T hy T ei il-it l, Ih1
Isis i- nii sliwnu liiibt y i ',. aid ii
ih'- mll p the '[pplr. 'xiniiait lmia ionii ol
iv tI.t i. eailyv 'litrumiii ] Plii.i
Fitiv ('.'ills, at l e liiBy t(ffi '.i
I iliPi iiiiap will li n-iint hy mail ifi
' 1ilv a.Htr- i te. ei ti lf ,f thle pil ice.


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COMPOUND.
CURES Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough Bron
chitis, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Etc.,
The Favorite Remedy In all Homes. It is good for young
and old. Has a Soothing and Healing Effect on all Cough and
Colds.
W. S. Corwin, Richmond, Wash., writes--Some time ago I got a bad cord.
which turned into LaGrippe. So I bought a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
Compound and it straightened me out mighty quickly. I believe Ballard'a Horeaound
Syrup Compound 'tvl cure any case of LaGrhipe.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 Refuse AM Substitute*.
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o li AInoldE and ReoorlrnI nccndtd
Sold by GAINER MERCANTILE CO.


This stagu' ear: x.,ui tihe 1twill1uwc(I It
to pro %VhvimuI!,,I a' .l'i- %%I( ,
d % hlirf- .-wiiihld ii,': huhll Ir'e




ties tta., ii utu ltIuAI*.u,
ai~d --meals. mid'ifiit teuilat v. :ts l


up aiTtl'it iii I ?lu


n a ;.I II d II;I I I..


tru 'elhi r,; Tli'e ten'iil:.fil ."'wiie"r-
niever t'l-ev<'d tbe riilhrualii 1.1- u'i i1l e sic
c.(--sfulfr ciomprpti e wiilh lhei 1i'i \ i'. .
ti ,y i.i.i ed iil it I',u,.i pi '- in l' i'l I.- .
willing to triat'el 10T d-i\wn lto '.ue s nwt In a ii: .lil" ,' i n'u.
theky iijighil li eiijoyii I'hi r .u r -'i ;,i iof
', big and lllll h 'h "llli*"\ l'iar:!;sl1ii i,-ut j
'"The:i how u rtl hey .v lug ti, fiu: i..t
for an o- rht-, trial and ni tiince'';" irri .id
river ctilnlu t.'n:i iito know ".It N ,
pl;ieP to Peit or drink; no iroii. l ilto .m .
iabio ut; .ii si tlt still nil da3. I,!.,' ol a.
litlIef iotuide'n bepch Why i s i t.v.L.
right foull.ahurss""- Macon ltltil,..-iii

TliI E;,e on tho Red Flang.
TLe'ro :ire' many d( Il t- of t'uniln'i
unf'l(,'dil toI ili. i.rI' /.e iii N t% '', rk
harbor,. but tih oddes-t of all pe-rhnps
is the 'nsl',ni tlhait t utlers flr. u IhI0
sta3l of a little craft ia'jl runi,ds the
anlilery son \uNill I 'niiptly t at nioun
evory day tu'ld t!,-n dllsnnlil', rs up the
North riv r'. II I.t a tri:iiiiulair Hisg
with a tinaiing red hau.-lkgtriiiinl, from
which stands out lun iu'il relief a great
cyc'lopean; eye. Inside lie piilohuii-'e
14 a man in lnuIe (-.nt and briias but-
tons. wholi .-it's the wat-r frilniit and
passdini craft thriitgh a loig tlitlescupe.
Thli, i4 lthe sul'er'visor of tlih harbor
His dutliesia rt lIo see that the regula-
tlons are oblsri'ed In the East rive--r,
the upper bay ;i; l the Iiiil:-,i rh er,
thnt the chiannpels ire kept free of ob-
structions mitd that ithe city's do.ks
and ferries re being lutooked after uas
they should lie As siiln as hb' e 'itps on i
board his vesslI ithe miilite enslroIn i.;
r,lasd] It slgr:l;'s ton ;ll ei.i ut1Pal fiVk:
"I've got m v .e*' iin .,1) u \'t>lt hout!"
-Nex Vlurti Sub

The Demon Rum.
Tbhes suijy'gt gtiii oui fi in essay in
one of tleP 1 IuL.'llc l.isul. Twas "The
Evll E~fer1ts or Aiouh'l tHere are ex-
tracts from sonie of I be cotunipsitons:
"Alcohol ha a very marked effect
on the doctor's conclusions in cases of
sickness."
"Medical men say tlilt fatal diseases
are the worst."
"Some people tlilnk thp abuse of
drink is a sin. others think It is all
right. and others take It as a medi-
cine."
"At the present day many people are
in jail for coniruitting suicide while
under the lhiflu.elie of strong drink."
"Dcclt'rs siay lh. llhe iIncreased death
rale from t11 ef ects tof boozing short-
ens life."
"Alcohol nmorks iat yaln. nnd at last it
biteth like n seorant and stingeth like
a bee."
"The Biblle rit-v le*' notf n the wine
who,'i is I. r-dl. I.u I tllhi wine is not
hurtful "-' N \, \ rl: 'r[-i .

S-r : .,' ic.
Sonl' r \Va t. r iI Ir' itIi' r r;-,enll fli
sintui' t atf ia r.. iii. l .iitlin' iIIn i ( t-1
lr th.,ed I-.,winl.-n l..ii I N' \V thli'i.
young nh il. i, '1 '. it ..t' O i .ih ii i ll l
duoi't stand i -Matl-i: r ;l' .il .-tairirg thi'u-r
is if yoi w:i.s hi,.M eIil'n:1hu' g'guest oa
eWL hieveliil n' L- Loni n 11Mil.


H'nry's C'.tter :heme.
The Vionr's ;lou'..rhl.r-l'l,'a's suib.
ject tlli- hI t i- 10 lt 'L I.oe e 4li .%!i
other." l-hi.i!l ve go. lluir.'? lit nry-
No. (lear I tlit',k we h1:il letter> 't:i.
:It hilnil'a ;ird i.ra tIl e \\ li; .vIouiir father
Is i)r'ai hi:I'z.-I.',:thi u Tit-Bits

Optimism.
Fir .r P. '- i her- iN. I1. P. il'. 1V t I!.c '
A ,.i I u, i ha' .- l, i"; S\'t' iii I 'or:ihli r-
\V,'(.!. I 'u oh,. I'! 1 I ,'is f .1'.r e m ut r(m

it:l'v fi'v o i' lit ifl 1i~ t s- i ba l.-




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F NEVER KNOWN TFAIL. sareI Sur.i Sp'.1I l Iatli-
I ficltion uarlieed or MoneyI Rcfun'e4. Scni prn.rfl4
S for 11.00 per box. W I4 s'ud bhem oq ir.if ti. 9 c ra l f.r
when relle'ed. SamplesI Fr'. ityur r lrdrsi g de nl ot
S bavse iharm u..d yr. rord3rb I it
UNITED MEDfCAL CO., BOX 74, LANCASTER. PA.

Sold in Stf. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Milcell


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The Poor Bridegroom.
"Even the English language emphba
sizes the insignificance of a man at his'
own wedding," suid the prospective
bridegroom disconsolately. There isn't
an independent word to designate him.
He Is m rely called the groom of the
bride, as if lie were just about on a
level with the bridesmaids and a lit-
tle below the maid .of honor. Best
maun, of course, means the bridegropnl.;D
best man, but thr pips tzj


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Succeed when everything else. fails.
Iri nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAMD


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it Is the best medicine ever soid
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'!Then there's ; no adjective tp
cribe what peritaps to the l'a4i '
of the affair. You can't speak of theo'
bridegroomalr trousers or necktie. On
the other band, 'bridal' applies not only.
to the possessions of the girl, but to'
what relates to both of them equally
like the trip and the bridal clmnbeg.
The very words 'matrimony' a 'at-
rimonial' are from the feminine sMe'
only. 'Patrimony' has nothing tldo
with the nuptial. It applies only to
wealth and signifies that a man's part
in the affair is to get out and' hustle
for the cash."-Philadelphla Ledger.

How Standing Armies Originated.
The earliest European standing-armpy
was that of MLaeedonia, established
about 35a B. C. by Phililp, father of
Alexander the Great. It was the sec-
ond in the world's history, having been
preceded only by that of Sesotris Pha-
raoh of Lgypt, who organized a mnill*
tary caste about 1400 B. C. Of mod-
crn standing arnrtes, that formed by,
the Turkish janizaries was first, being
fully organized In 1362. It waet a ceni*
tury later that the standing army of
France, the earliest In western Europe.
was established by Charles VII. in the
shape of "compagnies d'ordonnance."
numbering 9,000 men. Rivalry there-
upon compelled the nations to adopt
similar means of defense. In Eng-
land a standing urmy proper was first
established by Cromwell, but was dti-
banded under Charles II., with the ex-
ception of a few regl'uents called the
guards. or household brigade. Tbhi
was the nucleus of England's present
army.

Spontaneous Combustion.
Spontaneous combustion can only oc-
cur when oxidation causes the temp ,
ature to rise to the Igatflon point et .
the tiriterltl B pof'tirou cWuubwtti' 'o "
of tihe huinin body Is iMpossible on aU- 8 4 -
count of the Ibeat reginilting effect of
the 75 or SO per renf'e1 rter'eontailD-
Pd. The einrtmofts heat necesemary- 1 -
dry the tilsute sufflilputly wJiuld de-
stroy life long before ignlifinu could
;ake plaue. An old idea was that the
:til,)iIl Iu a aoutirnwd drunkard tight
primuute cutotifnstion,. ll illrblpl shuW-
ed lhnt even If thel liidy could give uaff
InhflainnaIble vauior ied this could b*-
come Iguited ilte body itself would
not be set on tdre.

A Case For Condolence.
Not all that glitters is gold and not
all who lean over the rail are seasick.
One of the lessens of life is not to take
too much for granted. However, In
the Instance mentioned by F. J;. L
Smith In "The Hades of Ardenue"' the
sympathy was as genuine is if the ob-
ject had been more deserving.
Night was falling as Daubiton paced
the deck. One by one the passengers
had gone below. One lady rewalued1
in the stern, leading over the rai gavz
ing sadly over the sea. Daubltou could
Just makeout her outlines In the dusk:
As he drew near her on one of his
rounds a heartrending groan startled
his ears. He looked wistfully at the
graceful figure shrouded in its long
garment. He could make out the-ji-ai
head bent over the foamlug wuier la
exquisite femini)e grace. If he could
only help heri .
Back and forth be paced. Shbe was
evidently suffering from the worst
form of seasickness. It was sad to'
think of her all alone with np one to
comfort her.. Daubiton debated., -Pe. -
haps she preferred to be left alone.
The boat ..suddenly gave a.roll ano ..
plunged wildly. There was a bri ll .


"Cuan I do anything for youse"r '""^.?11
: There was no ansu'er. .,. ""
"She seems ubconscioal." he saI4 to:;
himself and latd his hand gently ', .
her shoulder. Then he started. It was
no lady. It was a fender, anid the'.
groans were made by the cairin whicb
led from the rudder to the steeringl ,.
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