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 18, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00118
Source Institution: University of Florida
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geeins a little ftwreej. There Is 6j'tra-
dition that the moenwort *M11 uqphoE--;
horses If they step upon the plan _-
almihat Po~eru haerbe.ted t MA2MM
fa tit, t1,e fi~n 4tid the rmandrake." It
Kon th*oth~er banid, 0.01 MD"tt the;,
tural loft &Oi or ahi -tickb*4g~ws
*shire'aqd Uampahlre that the *aa -,*of
improve a horse's condition..b Wt ONw
seems to bW founded U"- Ithie UI~ft '
fication oi fitheMun'MAwWith t64
bryody, -wbktjpla$'ed amin et;
~atin old "Eiij&bhl easm"
imwever, -mjove thai4"i~u
ifte plaqu below 1. .*..

N7dIs 1 9 9

No~Lq 4kXTX.


mqv t- hnt hod stirred ftip hearf of more
11,Pq one man, but she gaive bhim ho
* tinrce to bring up tb~e qpferr on whIch
'ay nearest to his hor2b@ pint sopbisil-
.'at(d beart-the qiieFfiorin le had (002e'
~.~~dto as9k hefnrp he left. Finally.
~:iri the conrersntl':n began to ft- .
a~bh. she ,-ft6. fpefi rimi lbat th~e
.oW-e rwas &mhnmli:ai ly h~it. fShe In.
.4#twcci(.n gcnin cant ft, ro-PwhorbnMr.
% 6o4 mf1i(IAciv N"Ith thesn' aew wall
)Ivecilth uiiide n)fl')(efllU. WISOha 4
tbe- wai-ys oft wr~mi, I4e fknew lWter
thaii to try ho-fonce tbe e. pratign.

U. S. Senator--:t District, W. H. Milin, Mari'
pULna: ad Distlict. ., P. Taliaferro. Jaeksonville:
Rcprea,itatives-ist District, S. M. Saparkrian
Tampa; 2d District. Frank Glark. Lake City;
3d District, Danitte H. Mays. Monticello.
na Office-Registrar, Shields Warren; Rceeiv-
Laer, H. S. Chdtbb. Gainesville.
ate--Governor, Albert W. Gilchrist; Secretary.
H. C. rword; 'red -er W. V. Knott; Attor-
ney-General, ParkM.M T"fmmel; Comptroller,
A. J. Croom; Superintendent of Public Instruc-
lion, W. Id. HoUowai; Comnmissioner of Agri-
culture, B. E. Mcin; Chemist, R. E. Rose;
eologistE. H. Sellds; Auditor, Ernest Amos
S Adjutant-Genetil.. Clifford R. Foster: Rail-
Sdu Comnmuietises--R. C. Dunn, R, Hudson
"-.4 BBurr. 14 A. Butch and S. E. Cobb, clerk.
n, :, Ci
i'te ento-- tu o Chipley. .
Wool~ins C!o~*w.e'*r ps.tave, L. Mc-..
''" of Court, Cont' t r. Rcoaer o
ord Collector,
Ts 1. Chipley;
.J_ L. T fVr;--wausau;

$1.00 a 'ear in Advance.

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


Display adv.- rates, 50(,. per inch
per month. 'Position and extra-
ordinary condition, rates subject
.,, special agreement, .
i odafcDrift." Ar: ner'hii; :.,sdidt

find employment have to go home
They have a fine school here,
with over, 300 pupils, the church
work is fine too. I was at the cort-
ference of the Baptist church last'
night, this church has just called a
new pastor from Kentucky, the
church signed a contract to pay
their pastor so much per month and
to give one months vacation; salary
to be paid for that.month, I dare
not tell what the salary is for you
'might think that preache
1 __- . .... *'*".!* I"

ditig i of .the-p
county aud fir
are needed, as
are damaged, oe
need of pa
Tax Collecto
the Board '4o
ers, ahde we.
be attended
and we' fi
.the fhi


of the
in the "Hearts Have Changed Little
hee of Since Fyrtialion's Time."
igsjofi- ---
>tthis By CFUTTENDF'N M5.RilOTT.
Cupyr- Prigti, 19, Associated Llterar'
A W ..t ... ... i -. .- .

ldaa 51 V[V eecriO
ag. ma~uz t'

lA.H Brae; Postmaste
*misterMrs. BJle Booth.
i post..na r Sh .. o oom. justicee
he Peace, G B. Har -nsa le, J.
Daffistma ter 4 M. goutelle; Notar
%,Public, W: i. Parker.
Calloway-Poetmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
'Aladton-Postmas ter, Andrew Allan.
I '. sst Bay-postmaster ...............
Soutbbporte-Postmaster. R. Barnett.
/. h oay-postotmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Bayhead-Postmaster. M Mashburn.
Cook--Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Weftappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Murfee-Postm'aster, James M.M urfee.
Ceahou- County, Cromanton Postmaster. Nor
Farmdale-Postmaster W. F. WoodEord.
Ba tist---Clurch Wyoming ave, and Pearl st
Iev, Hermant S.Howard, postor:prea chingev-
ery second Snday. morning and evening; Suu-
hl every Sunday at 9 a, m.; Praye
-service every Thursday evening at 8 o'clcok
Methodist Episcopal-Chnrch Washington Av
and Chestnut St. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
,every Sunday. Rev, F. Wineman, pastor.
esbyterian--Chu'h corner Loraine Ave. and
PrDrake St. Sunday School at 9:30 a. i. ever:
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
tree. pastor.
Caholic-Church corner Wyoming Ave. and
S' oster St.
-. - \ -
Parker Lodge .N0. 142

SRegular Commu-
Snications on the first
and third Saturdays
in each month.
.Vasiclnamg iBrotler.s
: 1"A E PALM. K. Seouretarvy

to administer oaths. take atidavt5, lcga.ize
acknowledgements, ec anywhere in Florida.
Special atten6on given to land conveyances
Sand marriage ceremony performed for lawfully
SqUalifed parties. UOfice at the Buoy eOfice,
S ft. Andrews.1 "A
Doctor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
1of Bonn, Germany. Chronic Diseases and di,-
eases of Women and Children my Specially.
Notary public for State at Large. Solicits official
Business in thisjurisdiction.
S Office at Bank of St. Andrews.
S Notary Public for State at Large, Office at Store,
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
s .tice of the Peace, Dist. No. 5. Office at resi-
dence in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
s seal with him at his business and is prepared
Supply his jurat to instruments, wherever
foud. A tends to official business in his juris-
dition, Cotllections a specialty.
Notary Public for the Stale of Florida at Large.
Office at Parker. Fla. Conveyanceug and .ay-
ment oi taes for non-residents, specialties.

SFoIrale !
S.:We offer for sale a strip from the
K/. south side of the north half of the
/ northwyt-t quarter of section 10, town-
A" ._Bh south, range 14 west, running
.l. te school house to Watson bayou,
a0' a llpg Millville on the south. Will be
I:,;20ld in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
-:.,hnbe -price asked will be according to
S.6Atfion. W. A. EMMON1 '0

,. The Caspian o. a.
The Cri'nspi:p "..;, i. :;.. [ e'lr t u
: 0 '_ O e '.",rs g ".. So" 'a hIy it-wilt
IL" t, Ir -wi-any i (lier."
n-1". ,tI plow h ',

'I If this paragriaph is c.-se'kYd with
;r bluepencil'it isLi reminder that yoi
e; subscription has expired and that tw
or three extra numbers will be ser
H. you that n4 break may occur should
ry ou choose to renew.

The Socialist organization -c
Germany has contributed 10,00
marks, equal to about $2,400 to thi
a New York Call, the splendid bu
struggling socialist daily paper o
New York City. The German so
: sialjsts are not forgetful of th6 ma
r trial aid they received from Ger
e mans in the United States during
* the trying times in the mother coun
d try; and now that they have gained(
- a foothold there, they have show
their gratitude by contributing t(
. the oppressed of Russia and Franci
and this lates benificence will er
dear them to every socialist and so.
ci'alist symnpathizer in America.

Wauchula, Fla. N6v. 8, 1909
Editor Buoy:-I will now try to
write the letter I promise, when I
left St. Andrews the last of Octo.
ber. I,spent nearly two weeks in
Georgia, visiting relatives and
ftiendq,-have been a4 this place
about ten days and I wish I couJd
tell you just how everyt'hng lo6kar
but can't. The place is not as pretty
as St. Andzews; but there is some-
thing doing here from dayliglit un-
til dark, it is a sight to me, to see
the teams coming in with oranges,
grape fruit and cucumbers, the men
here say there will be one hundred
and fifty thousand crates of oranges
shipped from this place, this season
and about two hundred thousand
crates of vegetables-cucumbers,
beans, spinach, eggplant, tomatoes,
and Irish potatoes. I went through
a truck farm, where the owner told
me he made six hundred dollars per
acre on cukes, and from four to six
hundred dollars per acre on beans.
His cucumbers are now ready tor
picking and his beans will be ready
in a few days. The people here say
we will have to be here in the spring
to see the busy season, then they
work day and night, getting the
vegetables shipped to the markets.
I have visited only one patch of
strawberries, it was four acres large,
and they expect ripe strawberries
by Christmas. Everything is high
here, except board, that seems
reasonable enough--S3.50 and $4.00
per week; wages are from $1.50 to
$2.50 per day, and you don't have
to work one day and rest twb, but
you can work every day.
. itW, ma'es
, i.-ft' ". -..\. . ." ..- ? .y v .. ... .

the water at St. Andrews; we have
no fleas or mosquiitoesbut we have
house flies. We have a good& breeze
all the time and are all well pleased
with our new home. There must
be malaria here, for the pines are
covered with long, gray moss; but I
have heard of no sickness, so far.
I have visited some cane patches
here, and I must say, I never saw
finer cane anywhere. They make a
lot of syrup in this county.
We get fine fresh fish from Punta
Gorda and Fort Myers.!'
The weather is lovely-neither
too hot nor too cold, so far; but the

people here think, it gets pretty
cool, sometimes.
Wishing you all every good thing
that can come to you in this life,
and hoping that 1 may some day
visit St. Andrews again, I will say,
Gaod Bye. MaRS. J. D. FoRESTE-.

In the Circuit Court of the State of
Florida for Washington County.
To the Honorable J. Emmet
Wolfe, Judge.
We, the Grand Jury, at this. the
Fall Term. 1909, of the Court in
and for Washington county; Flori-
da, beg to submit to Yonr Honor
this our final Presentment:
W have made diligent inquiry
intp such matters as we think..came
-und~r r- A*^ kigJalyl

and upon such investigations, we
have returned true bills in such
criminal cases as we thought a fair
investigation of the evidence war-
We are glad to say that, since
the last term of the Court, there
has not been an unlawful homicide
committed in the county, or, at
least, none has been reported to
this body and all matters that have
been reported are miuor offenses.
Quite a number of small offenses
have been sent to the Grand Jury
for investigation that should have
been referred to the County Court,
and after investigation of same we
have referred same to the proper
officer of that Court.
We note that some of thc Just-
ices of the Peace in the county
have been recognizing no witnesses
in the case that has been investi-
gated by them upon preliminary
hearings. We suggest. that the
proper authorities call their atten-
tion to this matter.
We have examined into the con-
dition of the public roads and
bridges of the county, and find
some of them in good condition,
while others we find in a mosl de-
plorable condition, and especially
do we find that some of the bridges
-Ar izy.yan^.,raulyl.Y_ -aat


ood' ga l l"*
in the Gra
,in the main
We respect u
fice or the Clei
the office of the Cc
the special distinct
to be well and.
also. recommend
Jury room door bh
a new lock, arid
room be furnished
accommodation, <
while in attendance
the night time.
From the generic
some of the counts

forced to ask: F'o
are plans and speci
We recommend-
competition in all p
improvements of ,
that the lowest '
be held to the stri
of the contract, with
incidentals. The rai
the public offlicialif
require them to give
servation to the tgar
Some repairs ara
ed upan the Poori4i
to the, wetLLand

in good condition,
during plenty of cori
the like. There ari
mates therein and tl
are being well cared
There are some re
the Jail, as the water
In good condition
immediately attend"
the sariitary condit
very good condition
owners are being we].
need a few more col

Now, thanking
the plain and cc
relative to our du
ors at the comic


term, and also thail
court officers for ih,
us during our stay
and also the State
his assistant for thi
in connection with,
having concluded.
again thanking yvj
now ask to be dids
that this Present
in the papers of thli
This Novembrt-

|| the of-
durt and
Judge have
:kept. We
"-he Grand
rnished with
Petit Jury
1. cots for the
Petit Jurors
>on Court in

appearance of
dges, we are
hat purpose

es in
Imnty, and
.ftive bidder
sibilities of
uld always
closest ob-
rers' good.
5tly ne-
'in respect

e s! eded a
ppgy is no
b.ould b
0. .sWe fin(
P'he jail ii
d the pris
Sred for; bu

Honor fo
. arge to ui
a Grand Jur
i ent.of the
g all..of the
kindness to
Such jurors
htorney and
useful help
b wotk and
,anor; we
and ask


This is to cet
are anthortzed;
Foley's Hoaej
your cough Qr"i
IONILr310 4"?i^

Fl ifteW" fiI riher a t own, no negro man is allowed to condition. nia a'aionq
iny. tei' that. it was connected work here, the negro women that. We have examined into the con- ates3 The g6
.tJ lth thoetmMrtlhrnire'.in liy a Ilngii nid At Gainer M

throundi fake hiuf owriatlna rwec'lvad al
.ie time of Ale ,ider'. e.-iuuts W. H. Milton, President. .
'Iaerodeofiv: s tRhat Ifile Capctail's
-length was tifng n diys' voyage with -
a rowboat. t1: 4bre Since the' attil figures are 750 eilles
ind 400. this shows that a rowboat of
the timpsdid fifty miles a day.-London b / A It
..Craphlc. ,
Made 0 C ear.X T A

Iterviewing new member of the o t
f6rce)-Well. Maginnils, 'tis the fine.
,ig fles. yoo, y sell and deal in real estate, notes
Now. Ift a desprit man attacked ye
,Id a knife an' a pistol, would ye run ods
ir fight? Recrolt-hure, yer honor, I n ,
SBergeant-What ye would? Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity ins
, .att--Begorra. I mane I would not,
S 'Bergeant-Am, nowt1h bethe Lend and borrow money, both as princi]
ed- as agent.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that D[RECTORS--oh M Dl J
snot beyondthe reach of medicine.DIRECTORS- ohn M. Dillon, John Milton, jr. W. H. Watso
Cures backache andfirregularities that
if neglected might result in Bright's
dhelse or diabetes. Sold by Gainer
b&oruawtile Co.








* "It's m1tu1al." returPed the othei
with a gesture of resign.iriou. "I cain'
for the lilf of me see how you can af-
ford to neglect busiiHje.s this wnny, old
Lan. Maybe, th(ioughi. you have seen
Forbes this ruorring."
Wykoff shok .hJ- h,'.id. He did not
seem In the le:;'-t iiiitir-t' d.
"He was IN, -k:.; t'fr i%,,')" went on
Meredith. -i d ,'II Lno,w utat h,
wanted, but I i .. i::, from his ,,eu
nor that n '' *. .'- *.,\ -r iiportut.Ut.
ie sald h.- \\ uld 1.,.- ;t hit f-ice till "
o'clock. It'a unarl.y that nuow, a:ad y. ,i
had better hurry if you want to .se,
"F.rbes can wait. Look here, Mere
dith! I'm tired of seeing you hanging
around here nil the time. I wish"-
Before Wykoff could explain wbn:
be wil.hi-d a girl swept into the room,.
hildiu uult h)er Iinds 1n grave wel.
oune. 6[Iw' ee you do, .Mr. \\ykoff?
the F'-.! qulierly. alloww di you do.
Mr. Meredith? I seen to be honored
this afternoon. WIll you ring for the
tea. Mr. Mere'dith? Sit down, Mr
yL .ff. You look troubled. I hop,
nothing Is wrong." Her tones wern-
calm. Any one could see that she took
little interest in the affairs of others.
"Wykoff lou't troubled, Miss Curtis.
That's his way of expressing extrav-
agaut joy. Ue was just saying how
pleased he was to see me here."
The girl glanced at Wykoff, who was
plainly seeking for some retort-and
finding none. Airy persiflage was not
In his line.
"You must not tease Mr. Wykoff,'
.he said gently. "When Is that slstei
of yours cowing to see me, Mr. Wy
koff? I want"-
The sentence wasi never finished, for
with a rush a small girl bounded into
the room and flinmr haa ,lf rn Wv,.f ,A

'- promised you would." She caught his
d hnnd and tried to drag him to the
- door.
"Bessie! Let Mr. Wykoff alone," ii
S terposed lMiss Curtis. "You ought to
be ashamed of yourself."
t A gleam come into Meredith's eyes.
"Out of the mouths of babes and suck-
t lnugs." he quoted gayly. "Positively
e you are getting quite a reputation.
d Wykoff! Keep on and maybe you'll
-et a real client some day-somebody
n who warnts to be 'siculped' In marble.
- to adopt Miss Bessle's charmingly ex-
t pres4-le word."
W'ykff winced. Nc one knew better
than he that so far he had not wndo i
r :u,.,noye:d su.cc Is iu his art; sculptor
have little honor In western Amerle.'.
Ge had knonu Mer.dith all his life
- a 1d, being t e t-d h :lui.olf, had
S re.tily admu'r'd the other's glibness
e until he ihin1s.tif had becomee a target
fr it. lie hesitated now, angry al
thr. ugh. I.ut f..aring If he spoke at all
he might say more than he intended.
S Littlu Desble, however, had no such
scruples. Deliberately she fixed her
eyes on Meredith. "I don't like you,"
she deposed positively.
"Bessie!" Miss Curtis was scandal-
"I can't help it, Sister Mary. I don't
like him. So there!" She.turned to
Wykoff. "You promised," she reiter-
ated wistfully, "and I've got a snow
pile all built and"-
Reluctantly Wykoff rose. "I really
did promise, Miss Curtis,"' he declared,
"and I suppose I must keep mny word."
He spoke sorrowfully, for he hated
to leave the field to his rival, even
Shouffgh al he could do was to stand
aud take punishment and pretend he
Sliked it.
Bllt f. Mteltb expected to profit by
F7lgt^ s Id iuarpenne he reckoned
'.wl-lpt his host-or his hostess, Miss
Curtis talked on In the grave, quiet

* men trT-QOnt 4arwieper t -ra .rato fr -.
tie nesste ,i-d in fi ft. A t.Lnec-ftoqt
Pteps. however, led across tbe snow
to where a clump of evergreens stoon
In the corner of the lawn, and towar'
thcPo the girl led the way.
Her feet sank .toundleosly in the deer
carpet of snow, and thov rounded P
hush and came upon Wyk ff before hb
heard them.
Bernie had disappeared, and Wykorf
was alone for the moment-and ye!
not ankne. Before him rose a spleir
fhld f-"nre-tbe figure of a n,,ddess o-
of a woman of heroic size. on wbuo.
exquisite features. siu( theor a:, r fula
er tljqn e\cr 9, llptor cut from i livln.
marble, r. -r.d n ,ujk t ha;t ade M.lr..
Curtis rc:ali he r br'ath-the It. k o
one whb .i.atille of all thing.:. wai
yet :ni rlso iuod in au h:y h,.i< frr n
whil.i uno lvor's ki hind '*.1-fA( her
One armi hung bly her side; i!ie oditht
bare to the elbh'w. w%:1; rnli. ed lu wiarn
IrI.g-of w s It fI vit ii Pon? l r im he:
slim neck the Gre"inn diapery rail
down in pure flowing liies to thb,
trampled snow whk-b bad given her
As she gazed, open eyed, Wykoff
dropped his kilffe arid stretched out Iris
arms to the statue.
"Galatea!" he cried. "Oafafea! Come
to life! Come to life!" His words
trailed away Indistinguishably.
Meredith shook off time spell that had
for an instant bound him in spilte of
himself and burst into a laugh that
"Bravo, Wykoff!" he cried. "That
figure's great! Really, I didn't know
you had It in you! It's a good likeness
too! Of course it doesn't do Miss Cur-
tis justice, but"-
"HUtsh!" Gemtly bIt .firmly Mary
Curtis pushed him aside and stepped
'forward. A strange new look burned.

Ing of Galaten, Mr. Vykoff?" she ask-
ed gently. "I could not hear you dis-
"He was making love to herr' chuck-
led Meredith. "Fancy old Wykoff
making love to a snow woman. Play-
ing Pygmalion to an Icy Galatea. Yotf
can't deny it, old man!"
Mary Curtis did not even turn her
head. Her eyes were fixed on Wykoff.
With a shade of wonder in them she
waited for him to answer.
At last he spoke. "I don't want to
deny it!" he choked. "I want to tell It!
1 want to cry it out so that Galatea
cannot help but hear and heed. If I
could say It as I think it, I know she
would wake to life and answer me.
But I never shall bay It. I shall never
dare to say It. I-"
Mary Curtis raised her hand. "Per-
haps you have said It," she answered
softly. "Hearts have changed little
since Pygrnall.n's time. Perhaps Gal-
atea may net he so frozen as you
think! Perhaps"-
With a cry Wykoff caught her in
his arms. "Ualatea!" he cried. "Gala-
"Well, I'll be hanged!" Meredith was
staring opeu mouthed at the twva.
"Don't mind me," he continued. "I
was just going away."
Mary Curtis disengaged herself,
laughing. "Don't go, Mr. Meredith,'
she protested. "We want you to"-
"To be our best man," Interrupted

Curious Lore About Mandrake.
Perhaps the most extraordinary of
the properties attributed to mandrake
are those which It shared, in common
with the rastrivtrava of Russfa, of en-
abling botsebxreakers to pick locks,
which is certainly one of the most
amusing developments of the solar
tiery' *"'0ove,".It Is sait o "auhs't at
focbe mftbs," but the connection be-.
tween the p3andrake and "burgling"

dressed old gentlezf "" .91
from door to door Ina gReat rate't,
threatened the octgpa,!ks Wit i man
ner of dire penalties.
"Dear me, what a pectliar old man~t
she exclaimed to one of. the t e nt .
"Why do you permit him to.abue' W obU
in that fashion?"
"Oh, we don't rnind In the lead.i
ma'am," answered the tenant,, with a
twinkle in his eyes. "We're .quite used
to his little ways by now. He's beedi
a harmless lunatic for ten or eleven
"You don't sny ;(%! Poor old fellows
\V'liut pertlcular form de:- hf[ mad' i
eS' tu i."P'
"Otpltuilnsm, tn'i:ia. Le tome.s tfo
rhe rent every M.- n.1:iy and H. tuilly
allows hihnielf to 'fiucy that be'll get
,t!"-London' Ain: wa-,,?t.

The F'.-t t Le:gcnd.
i".,r 1.4 0 yea1i tli,' l"mu t leI OTid-
h.1 ealti of ha fi. *,i, ~iijt. tou a d 'ei l
(- .1 '.< -t j. 'ilt I(" s( isEtorde-l -biut
f its .- itllily Is .-iv,, luT Ibe lbxth (ceu
ury story (.f 'ih'e,,bl 'i'" That
.'fry suitc4 the" e'irl tilntjitas iv
heir pfTforts to ... wip e)tt tCie incro-.
iiiue1 'iing d vlceW 1f evilly dllier4KSed per.
ins prfBrie fF, i7fk Ilower by fmhftIo
a,'nns. 'fre a.-./ (fntoii tf the uai
f IsAtt, however. with the fef ,Yid 0 1
nt urK e than 41r1 yarad old. Th'e
40.llqt trofotyie of (be odlert'i
'aiit f3 thee ian of f be siMfio tuI=
'-h i in Ct;ICnw t 1..- y pri-:'nhined blnd-
it' a proft.-ior ,, ej-iq.'f-. lit fthe sir-
'",th ,ctiiry ftil < :ni t h.4ei of Trpy
%as L,..tu\S Jd by pphlil :rtbhelp upod
Sinst, nud not until .. 0 "d!n, ',f.,tbe'
.lited.Oth ei n'fro, ,-i ofr i 4 ppenf

. _
DeWitt's Little Early i lsert-tfhe
safe, sure, gentle, easy, little liver pills.
Be sure to get DeWitt's Carbolized
Witch flazel Salve. the original. Al-'
ways refuse substitrtes a6nd ImItat on
The original Witch Hazel Salve is good
for anything a salve is used for, but it is
especially good for piles. Sold by ill ,
Rounded Knife Btsidea
Until the sevehlei'nilh ,eliramry I(nte'
blades had. pointed peiTde nR" rvan b
readily understood whi'n tiih kilIfp if
those days was usd' for Illllhli' a* ui4
table purposes litl! rliiIh ;ici-v VI`
rounded end wa- I.1,1:' ili--! f-'n1
Frnnce in n acurle ii w-v- II *,'au e1 i
that Caf rdlial i'ih, :. i w;" ,'i n a ll ..
to ePnuIPrtaln at h1u i;1l1-- ", rialu ("tu iii'-
r-illor Se iilier u s it :? it0 ,I :': ll.' r.
*y m i n. v bo oft i ,'- ,- *** I i'- P *1
I rot c Pt l, Ii ]t-', 5,i l-' k. 1 t : 1 '. s tis4' .
lIr'k. Ti"'l1 Vllli r *.ir <, l'T"- *f '4 ..
nrd linu l ilit b i ..- t. Il', i ,'l"d J f
ov-ery knife in hil I -- 'i, , 4.

;lle rl-'l ll '2 1:i ' I 1 1 c ,' I "t,,:i.
,r.I (.i <1 :I eI nr, l I',* . i I \ i : .

or! .:III ii. I

The tempo of fame utands m riewin t;
grave. The flame that burns upon It,#
altaft t ktjdled from the ne a of
dead men.
A Broken Back.
That pain Ina your baclk paused. y
lumbago, tiff musrles or A strain is..a
easy' thing to get rid of,, 'allai '- .
Snow Linitunebt cutes rlheaMrnal m,.
bago, -sore. and' st1ff rnteslesi., r4
. rains, .1 ur., l J asbeul'a,o 4:# %
in tvdile ho,. Sbl "
oantile Coe.

biHlon. Vice Presiden John Milton, Ill. becy-Treas. N

r -Ivest xnt entC; Oomxx3pa xy


0 0 0 0 0.

ks, secure Court, official and other bonds. g

Receive, hold and disburse money and act as

ce. trustees and agents for others,

nd By special agreement will lend money for oth-

ers on approved security and guarantee its. repayment.

Ailton; Ill. H. H. Lewis.J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell and W. H. Milton.'
Address: W. H. MILTON, President. Marianna, Florida,

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l!c Taroron arrived from the
touth early Friday morning, and
;== Mobile and Pensacofa at 11i00
e'eloek a m., y eterdey.
S The ian'te' arrived from New
Orlean, via. Mobile and Pensacola
& 600 a. rm., Tuesday.
The shr. Lucy H. left for Pensa-
cola, Sunday morning, ,with a fulf
T he Maxwell Cast. Chas. Ander-
son, came in Friday, witl'i 1,000 its
of bluefish.
The Bonita, Capt. John Larson,.
&ad a new ntor engine put in a
kew days ago and is on the ways
1'!.ing a new coat of paint applied.
g .Cp.vL",.WAre fe.ing fatorm

--'i. W. Masker took a a d photo of
the big reddish caught bv Jucle Dab-

-Fashionable souvenir baroniple en
velopea embellished with beautiful
Floridasnuwy heron, atthe Buoy office.
-The mail launch, Navajo is receiv-
ing a new coat of paint and some minor
repairs, and is pulled up at the Ware
w ays for that purpose.
-A series of meetings will begin at
the Baptist ,church, Sunday. Rev.
White of ('ampbellton will assist Rc y
Howard in conductini' them.
-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.' ALdruws Real Es-
tate Co.
-Lilank Warranty Deeds, new re-
vised, improved shot form printed on
good linen naper, 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts-100 receipts in a block.
10c ach. at the Buov office
-Rev. Howard filled his appontwent
at the Baptist church. Sunday morn-
ing, but not having fully recovered
fiom his recent illness, Rev. Harris
conducted the eveni k, service in his
steadnt ,j.

1-9co)G I) -E)IJIF

-The Wumack tent show exhibited
i. St, Andrews Monday and Tue day
nigl ts to very rood business. Lau-t'
night they showed in Panama City and
will appear at Millville :o-night and
to-morrow night.
-On Saturday last, the interesting
little seven en months old daught 'r of
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Daniclsof Panama
City. died of inflammation of the how-,
els. The funeral services were held
there, Sunday, and Mr. Daniels being a
brother Odd Iell )w, the members of
the St. Andrews lodge attended and
lent to the bereaved parents such con-
so'ation as their presence would inspire
in their affliction.
-Dr. Kester's scr.'ices in assisting to
increase the census enumeration have
been in demand again th's week. Yes
terday, the 17lth inst. he was called to
the homedf Mr. and Mrs J.T. Thoinp-
sone on Drake st., were their fir'st-born,
a ten-Found son, was made a member of
the family. Hardly had he completed
his professional sel-viceh there before
he Was called to the home of Mr. and
Mrs Frank Kinney, at Cromanton.
where a seven-pound daughter became
a member of that family this morning.

To Sleep Like :
STo 'lejo like ,a. toD" bt

' Resort As a Heaith Resort As A Place to
pd Restore Faded Beauty-UNPARALELED!
T! Her Men are Athletes. HER WOMEN ARE ALL
The Perfect Climate Summer and Winter Makes them
fishing, Yachting. Write for Full Information to H. N.
,nagr. He will take care of you.

As aI
so. i

both. 1
(ione to"
Ing. no
to rpfui
qulle pi
soon s

little f
we r4

Use For the Ancher.
"Cnpltain." repi;i r :d thli.- narriInne
on shliipb ;ari'd \\ li v. .y< ;'- r'-k.:'li
questions. "' lih t i.s iii', i,.i vtl I'
thirov iing 1'c -tnilir I\, 'la-r n l':"
"Y'm in-; ni.mn." r |'lli-..d lthl ld .sll
"do young )IId(t r.r:4inta l lltih rhe,,)ry o(:
soi-miniv di turl; c',?.-'; \VW'll. \we ifir'v
the ant.chor ovurltii'rd 0 t) Li.-& p tli
occ('u frofii sli'niing ;ru ryv I' I lie I',.g."

"Hot posed ."'
'i F.111'; m rr- nforlw nit' nnf knee."
"nri.w i fl' .-1 :';. Vf,.'iI in fihe world
did youii ink ion .i-ur kin'e frr?"
"On his L eie, wit uwinr."-houstionn

Often Th i Kidneys Are

Weakened by Over-Wrk.

Pensacola St. Andrew &' ulf

1.:L1+ T 'A TA

Tuesday. 8:30 p m. Pensacoln.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. fi. St, Ahdrei;
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. Panama.City,
Wednesday, 2:30 p. in. Millville,,
Thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalachicola,
Monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m. Carrabelle.
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew.
Fvudav, 11:00 a. m. Panama City,
Friday, 10:00 a. ir. Millville.



BARROW. Master.


Wednesday, 8:00 a. rn
. Wednesday, 0:00 a. na
Wednesday, 10:00 a. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursd y, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:00 a. m.
FVHday, 2:00 a om.
Friday, 12 m.
P'ridav, 11:30 p. tn.
Fridief. 1130' p. rf,

STwo Fires.
Eitrly gone ou thbemn
conldni't think which
1f was r:tiher perplex-
br one she was hound

them both in despair.
.,not what to do. As
ought afont one she
Pr one (oo.
t.ned nndpr her gaze.
4itii'ublPe they brought.
id 1' dilecide. They
I.tful. she thought.
which one she'd
I hopelessly flat.
0iugly hard select-
- h"R,

"p.1tpomlsi .that if
.... Li-:.And'a suit


el sbyo sthey left again an
*Adnesday morning.for'the fishing
The Geo Pfeiffer brought about
6,000 lbs. of. fi, All the catches
above reported went to the Bay
Fisheries Co.-

Th.e following table Lecord the max
,tnum, minimum ahd mean tempera-
1res the rainfall and f'.diectton of the
wind fur the twenty-foar hours ending
ra T 7o'oloob a p n.r -a indicated by U. S.

S5 Rain. Wind
Nov..10 78 5 67 .00 o
.'" 11 75 59 67 .00 aw
1 1 76 53 64 .00 a
13 79i 56 6t ,00' a
14' 80 60 70 .00 se
15 79 59 86) .00 8
16 79 59 -609 00 8
I 78 10 1 68 I -.0'-1.
A 1Nmani h. ,. ...
At CtI Tw' ri ;i iuin taUier was g.,
i. lgt thrMut-h In t,'lftriotr ant. 1 itn I 'a;i',
ilthi a full gr -tWn li ti'- Ilntrly a giht
"ntihl*'tl. It Wni '- rcit tl -i t ihe lrnit.
wta pIut.tting tIl. fntlf'li| thr>nm ,l.t nfl
K1 VesM r Iatt'r tp'tui li, lti; p-i tihri',tg,
liitlf. Mostly. ruiaching. unr i ereep
thg. the big eitt e(dg-d it"eit' lm'twel,
\ rthe' th door of.r dto'dii. ttif g' Its vltMin wit,,
., t roli ngF .yMllI't' or'lis of tla .hi;
'.. f 'rr .lty -.Htd,'.',0 tihi tb-, n |'It anl'r wii,'
Itsll t ou 'iF i i t 1rie: 'd prI ;, r
*r l i A 1114 1 U.,
f lht audi,-two.; u;.(e to Vhe vi.ebi of trwili
.... t's. (uw n , otnly oi i lt' III h|i.mme-1-4'(t! lH i ii..ll, .
S., ld tt* iptr,,,nuii if niefdl r14a'.4irtpf hi'
appAfreirtly I iv1 itfhh,. I i'u..i4g up hltl
llp, a 1ll,11it ali h' w-l'. g1,ii.ti I Ihl...
tlip, he emItted :t liolr'-o 1iu,, ra.np-.
bg hliss. Tbhp thon.st harihl'*i.id nilder
sttool, fihr tthI sotlid Wu ahl exui-t lin
itatllon f thl nloise liuade *i'y rth giant
roustritior when IIs huige b ody, is
rcoled for the throw that never misses.
that nevrr relaxes and that no beast
of the field Isa strong enough to with-
thMld. Again and yet again the ran-
eoum sound rasped the stillness, and
t6l angry brute drew back* Its head, Its
Pflrat- eyes grew small and dull. the
linckles rose and stiffened on its back,
Sand It cowered, whining, on the floor
oe the cage.
Kills Her Foe of Twenty Years.
"The most merciless enemy I had
fbr twenty years," declares Mrs James
Dunoan of Haynesville, Me., *'Alas dys-
tapsla' If suffered intensely after eat-
ing or' diitlung and could scarcely
sleep. After' ri-ay remedies had failed
Sad'everal dbetor.s &-ave me' up, 1 tried
Eleotric Bitters, which cured' me com-
Iflethly. Now I can eat anything. ram
0 years old and am overjoyed to get
riy health and strength back again."
P6r Jldirestion, loss of appetite, kidney
troubled, lame'bacc female complaints,
its uneqpaled. Only 50c. at Gainer
Meroantile Co. and A' HU Brake's.

Customs In Public Dining Rooms.
"MaT you ever noticed persons en-
ter a restaurant-how the women inva-
riably' select a center table, will a
iaM,'will linger or glance about In the
.*ngp that he may flpd a comfortable
la,, ,la uow corner or against the
:. a proprietor of a taaslon-
', i almotlw alway

' 'E hlie rvcareful about
fire, this dry weather. Hunters, e.-pe-
cially,-in going through the woods, can
do great dvnage by even dropping a
-Manufactutrers' Record, Nov. 11:
Concerning a press report that tha Al-
bany & Northern Railroad would build
an extension of about 200 miles to St.
'A ndrews Bay, Fla., on the Gull'of Mex-
ico, an officer says, there is no trnth in
tMe story.
-Mr. and Mrs. Morton Rynearson
became the parents of a baby bay, Sat-
urday morning, Dr.- Miteltil attending.
All their friends-unite in the hovpe that
the'new-born maylEve tL be a comfort
to tht ai for the coming years of a long
and happy life.
--Handsome ies~er neads with St.
Andrews Bay date line ana views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
iVista Point,et 8c per dozen; alao, mapl
'.O thu St. Andrews Sayv country on
back of a letter sheet at 16c per dbzen.
at the B'Jov office.
-Uncle Dabler hooked a red-fish off
the Brackin wh arf last Friday morn-
ing that'took him. and Mr. Ruple, Le-
Jland and Ky Vickery and Otho Kester
,to land on the wharf. It measured
thirty-eight and a-half Inches in length
and weighed twenty-three pounds.
-Several parties have asked the
Bnoy what, if any action, the com.
mittee appointed at the railroad meet-
jing have taken, and the opinion ap-
jpea W tbh"revail'that it is due to the
people of St. Andrews that they get
busy or eive a reason for thei- neglect.
-Beginning vith this date. I will of-
e~'my entire stgok of meon't and boys'
clothing, overoo'tso shpts, etc., ataA
below cost, for sh'. Sbe~iol barge a
in furniture. One new piano, and
*organ' at' away down- price! New and
saacond hand sewing machines, at spe-
clal prices. A. H. BRAKE, St. An-
drews. Fla.
-Parker lodge No 142 F. & A. M. wil1
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pai ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with a ce:'tificateof
membership from their hoice lodge and
a fully paid up recent for dues.
-Or Friday morning last Capt, E
Hand launched! his latest trium phant
creation, Secret Ill. upon which he
has been employed for the past two
months. This elegant launch--one of
the finest ytt floated in these waters,
is thirty-six f-et long, seven feet beam,
and is equipped with a twelve-horse
power Eelspse motor engine. Cant.
Hand has put Secret, III in the excur-
sion business and it being largo and
commodious and .Capt Hand thorough-
ly familiar with the management of
launches, heis contain to got his fair
proportion of the business,
-Someo a happened to remember
yesterday, that that was the anniversa-
ry of the birth of the veteran .. .M.
Wills, and hinting the faet to two or
three others, it was planned to storm
his castle,-and accordingly a dozen or
-more planned an attack and made a
raid upon bis premises last night. Tne
attacked considering discretion the
better part of valor surreode ed with-
out eyer a shot bein fired. The in-
tading forces 'proceded to',.take pos-
_ yaknalil mov evidently.

re4tre4t with greiteri'factlon than
'he could have thtr ocelupation, they
beat aretreat while wishint hini many
a more pleasant returns oT the event
ful period in his life ptstory.


' iw a pre 'i~d 'a' 'ositken
-v h*could fight II1h
in~*~ 0.a~ttige'-N~w York

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C APITA.L STOCK, 1- -1 $15,000.

ii, AI DRUENOIDI-President. I

F. BULLOCK. Ciash'er.

Judge L. J. REEVES.

Your Parnag Is Rtfy
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited,'

cordance with the Idea fuisifl con
veyed-thnt of a prolonged, undisturb
ed sleep like that of a mole in winter
rather than the short, enduring so
called "sleep' .f a ton when It re-
volves on its axis with a gentle, hum
ming sound.

Struck a Bargain.
An rlIv \' :i r.- erlilv tentpred .aP
opt !''i i';'-' lit,, a1n.l :1 l,'d to 10 I'k ni
<,,rl, ; I rl< ], s. (lj,,o(Jing a ipa;lr. she
Isk d (' i p'ri', .'.
'i\ nilllnis:." iwas the an.'swer.
"An;d hliw u:ti b aro Iar iey \\ ilh,.uI
'b:' cast''"
*"I 1q. i'l] ." Folid t ii- ir':i,.'sir,;'i i\ lo wa,
.'<,[rC il', 1,d to .e- Il lip -(h < n l.
-" ')o .'tIt only t 'Leof u i.,1,'-'p for
the qn' V'.;" q<*] iei l 'h. w .l.u.
""ith i I-u nul '.. T' ;, i-e [i- ; r;h D no
Ujor'I' h l ii \;.1:'1 'i,'.'" vit I| n, Ipi I.v.
i' l'4 g r'n 'o '.j:ictl.:r d (J th
o' l'dl nl0.. w lih it si' ,,1 r,,ll,.f. "'It's
'he (': '0, f, r rhillf v. i,.h i I Int e lo '-."
So s.,i .1 '. l I' l P !;.l ( \ i% lit) h v,
Sp eIo :1ild m'r ,h, fi- n-ff' \vih tlh r'ovoi
'. -1 ; t'" lI'fri e i .t'>iji -'i'd< IIIpkL-I'l
.r hld time lo oiHrfiae.-I.o.u'.i Mail.

Taking Arir F'i,.r.
"'I'( A I 13r idt *r'. S o-.',:'

**.\uI:d Elit le tno ie, r's ac"s: "
Such. multipliit lIy l- utt a lahun
dried, wer'Te Ihe ( rill lsins IPove!ed by
kir.d friends against the F itzboodle
Then the unconcerned baby began to
calmly chew his big toe.
"Ah!" murmured Mr. Filtboodle.
"Baby is certainly endowed with some
of my wife's chief characterisrkis!"
"Not to mention you Fritz Fitzboo-
t ;n q' e i "

Only A Womant Can Undektand
the troubles peculiar to hersex. Nerv-
ousness and o ver-work cause m'-ch un
necessary pain. fear Brand Pemale
Remedy is the best possible source of
'relief to suffering women and giver
'luiek relief. $1.00' per bottle at your
ilrugist. Rebate check in every

Taken Unawares.
Sir William Grautham was engaged
as a political speaker In the days be-
fore he took his place on the bench
and when he was plain Mr. Grantham.
On one occasion, while he was deliver-
Ing an address, a mat get up in the
audience and shouted out excitedly.
"It's a lie!" "Thanks," said the future
judge. "It's a lie." shouted the ex-
cited one again. "You're a gentleman."
said Mr. Grantham sarcastically. "It's
% lie!" burst out his opponent again.
arrivedd away by his wrath, but the
-rneral laughter which arose at his
iswer recalled him to himself again,
.l he sat down discomfited.-London
'..,&. P.

To the Point.
A little boy hurriedly entered a drug
,.tore and asked the clerk for a bot-
tle of liniment and a bottle of china
"Why," said the clerk, "that's a
funny combination. What do you
want with those things?"
"Ma hit dad with a teacup anda bruke
Itr" exclaimed the boy.

A Hair's Breadth Escape. +.,
Do you ktow that every time,
have a cough or oolA and letdt#

inviting pneumonia coiulDB
,some other pulmonary trouble" D
risk it. Put your lungs bacic in pil
feet health and stop' that cough with)
Bal Lard's Eorebhound Syrup. Price 25c,
50c and $1.00 per boUtle At Gniner
Mercantile Co.'s.
A Famous AHl Portao Banquet.
One of the most remarkable menus
ever drawn up must have been that of
the feast in Paris to whici Benjamin
Franklin. Lavoisier, the founder of
modern chemistry, and other distin-
.gulshed men sat down as guests of
" Parmentler. Every dish at this ban-
quet was made of potatoes, and even
the brandy and liqueurs were the prod-
uct of the same vegetable. This was
Parmentier's final proof to his skep-
tical fellow countrymen that potatoes
were not poison, as they persisted in
believing. Louis XVI. himself was one
of Parmentler's earliest converts.
granted him stand on which to grow his
plants and did not disdain to wear the
potato flower as a buttonhole. Then
Parmentler cleverly posted guards
round his potato fields by day and
withdrew them by night, so that peo-
ple were tempted to come then, steal,.
eat and be convinced. The -all potato
banquet was the climanx of the great
campaign.-Chicago News.

t"t I to pursue'?"
S,'. anything, mum.
'. .

sIanny mau's power to
say, that thou art not
ui't.on art not good. but
let' -whoever shall think
any tf t s filed about thee, and
this er In thy power, for
whob t :sltall hinder thee fron.
belong..6 d simple?-Marcus Ana
ton us.
S irils Are Victims.
of headca 'well as older'women,
but all go relief aad prompt cure
fromDtDr',,'" 'a New Life Pills, the
world's b6 edy for sick and nerv-
ous he a They make pure blood
and strbn *ves and build up you
health. Tr' m,25c, at A. H.Brake's
and Gatnne roantile Co.'s.

Geogra I Knowledge In 1492.
But ve j ewas known In regard
to th pf the world In Aris-
tot lhe fourth century be-
fo. H 4 but very little more
was q u,t It 1,800 years later.
In the f Columbus. In 2.00Y'
years the Id had In reality retro
traded ,rat thau advanced. It wa-
the popul relieff in the time of Co
lunibu.-.th h world was fiat, though
maly couit yrary scholars thought
differently. *he great civilizations of
the world that time were grouped
around t Mediterranean sea. al
'though X4 and' was a considerable
power e" Scandinavians were a
.great mia~Lpeppple. But European-
at w but little of Asin
rea-IS o "'vil '

after Oo
ter conli
ous of ,tt
land of.



He was
sort and r
striving Sl
He -badj
loomed 0^
his hotel t:

of his con!
"IIow, dO
the lat.tet
'Feel '
old fellow
know, l
here. '

? av


waste aj
about thz
two thilit
has nevel".
Is I can't i

or cold
has been '
cough and,
Refuse. "a.
Honey as-
Contain4 -'
sure. So d

ply-had discovered the lat-
";'6e was perfectly obllvi
at. He thought Haiti was
Japan arid for a long time
iba as' a part of the main-
L -


ow, He FelT
Englishman of the ultra
ftly arrived, but he won
'busly to catch up wilh
ms and New York snlng
e, some progress. H,
-tie breakfast room of
tier morning after a to,
Ing and encountered ontt
feel. old chap?" askeO

Qpi t fbe Englishman
SI see what Sou mean
IL really, don't you
e and six."

-,as yon chaps sa.
o there! I mean
'el like 30 cents

ie"on. "sh-
l '. P ', ,'

litrer Dickey.

Np mo.' conrpenlent
mfer n-Ilmblnn a tree
:de top limb!"-Ex

I the only introduce
ladlence tiht seemed
wGrd in the right
Ration. was as ful

Eentlemen. I shalt nmo
8esary time iu the In
4on't know anything
W-,at east I only kno,,
W him. One is that hi
.In prison, and the otbhe
,7 he hasn't."

%`e on Record'.
seo record of a cough
4in pneumonia or con-
', Foley's Honey and Tar
pi, as it will stop any
ki np your cold qnicklv.
at the genuine, Foley's
ar in a yellow package.
opiates and is safe and
'.al Droggirta.

S therefete, if kidney
trouble is permitted to
continue, serious re-
suits are most likely
to follow. Vour other
l organs may need at-
tention, but your kid-
neys mo't, because
`'they do ftost-- and
S{ should have attention
--- first. Therefore, when
your kidneys are weak or out'of order,
'ou can understand how quickly your en-
tire body is affected and how avery organ
seeins to fail to do itsduty.
If you are sick or "feel badly," begin
.aking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Silmer's Swamp-Root. A trial will con-
.-ince you of its great merit.
The mild and immediate effect of
3wamp-Root, the great kidney and
ladder remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest because its remarkable
wcalth restoring properties have been
provenn in thousands of the most distress-
ng cases. If yon need a medicine you
should have the best. _
3old by druggists in
Ifty-cent and one-dol- 3 :
ar sizes. You may j S!
,ave a sample bottle
)v n-ail free, also a
amiphlet telling- you Hom ot wamp-Root.
,iow to find out if you have kidney or
ladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y. Dot't make any mis-
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, and don't let a dealer sell you
something in place of Swamp-Root-i;
'ou do you will be disappointed. *
The .~udage s Little Joke.
Tl'i t't-.r 1i ;. Ot'lk iuvo ved In i
.,., i ., -<'(.l.:n- iig si., it ulh )1 the (lel
11.t i 1 'ilt i .;iln referred to in a store.
,i li .\>, l n 1k Tilln s.
,'!i a .|I:!' ,i:i. in thie First d(listrrh-,
'd ,,,, a..Ii 1 i tkin, e' r[f i)aton pro nl Iht
*'1 in i liP *ii p a ertifiiiife fruii th.

I : .dnilii pi l'*d-r the n1.11th
"Y nitr niie l.l Ilerinnui K.iufi;l '""
"v"' y,' r hl.i r."
'Tli.i-n paip-r <' nii:oi,!! 'hi 'ouro t
'"rpinoI .-rts nip >ri E.'-uslpe [!.I Ii;i>. l:il
man frnm ln ry (liuty ,n lih.. v I ..ii ,,
rlj.Il lip i. dp:il. N,.w rs -in l n .--r it .i
you harte, aw rnl 'i, tell fie tillIt ;u1 hi
Ihltik '.ill before yiu nl t.sv.or. Ar
yoln dnad ?"
"'No-o. your honorr" wan ihe ho bell
derod roply: "1 (hln' 1 11 ,ii 1 I + ':1 ."
"Yon chlnm ilhtl t yru n;. t;ril'p?'"
"Y-e-s..vfyur lior."
"That will fd. Now nI, l i.sll pi:lippi
back to the crtinilssil tier 'f iiirii's '"
The monu did o,. Whlen Iflip cmrnmli
slower xnmined the l lp r-prltn lp it tnr.
thb, following iiiul,r.rseutent in the Ju"
tiev's hilltlwriflug:
"Tlhe de e.tsed. nppnrilz bfIrire nin
IIn peln tF.rq lir Ui l., n -,ll r i':nltli mi-'
he i-. niot d-,d. l, i',a- inii', Iig' .pe n .,
if l iii< r l'fir n y Inh fatl. iav. rp him inI
dhilcd for perjury "

If Vyou hav", noticod symptomni of kid-
ney trouble. do not delay in talking the
most reliable and dependable renledy(
L.osible, such as DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills. hiis?, wonderful uills.
are being used with great satisfaction
by thousands of peoiale. Try DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills. Sold by all

The EcCo.
\ little blnv wans .ita.ln:mL himself b3
l ,l .inig. I -," 't' J itltr for thp echo
hi.'r I-I tle iefh.. uia!ninmil? I asIl:ked
S :" m hor *:' I:1 1 d t.I e-P(-:] lin. feel-
all th while- now inadequate her
(:,lanatll-n wa:s The little fplluw
..orTh along at her side. silent for
,,q'up- 1ulnftef. ,.Thep s ,es. fell

..Oh, I know what e'ho Is," he ex-
aimntd Jo.-fulily. "It's the shadow of
,ur vici.s."-I.os A.ngeies Wimes.

A Palpabls Hit.
-"Nc,w. sir." rliiihtr,h'rd i"'u'i't l fti
b, i -i f '.-'n. .. il. t,.ll i.ts '.ii 1 lim ,e thi;
illr,' d ( l I ,.r tr,' k l .i ""
'.it l;:d l i-:i' r ;'s'. ,n nr.-c.hn''t." re
orltepl the lilaitillf. "'He had ma

I. C'uell i'll '"' ere who dwells PV
*r '. I:,r ,".:"'i [

Cures Coldsl Prevents Pneumonia



A Fuli L'ine of Furnitupii-d

Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Aint
Postoffice on the Bayv





Jo H'. DRumIVI6O.

e rcantile Co.





-' .

The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founded in 1?78, and built up by tLe late I.. M. Waie,
now Tlhoroutghly Reorganized under New 4aiag.ement

Sclicits the Patronage of Old Patrons
of the House, of the Tr:iding Post, and of new ones as
well, and guarantees [nifonif fuir and coLurtous treatment
t, all. .

We Pay the Freight on ail Gio,.' ,iXn'i., Fhiour. Meal antd
Fee, t m i' ':). , lit ,, 1 IIe I' y

Materral Inti.0.'
W e t;:,l a ln r1! -1n'll,0 r,1 l I n ii, t "
There is no su. h tlhiimin In '- -n're
there are thinb ., ilt ii -i.-, i,, I, i t',
young which fentiles |i, 's" -Ir'! ir: 'in..
lack. The wasp lay-is ii. :,"-"s : t II '
body of the caentwpillar fo'r 1ii ir tii
will never see Tihe" l n -i: i ',..-iy
one days on any rIllU.i',( l. 'Is il ,b
ject of the proper t-i?e. I Ih:tI -"'I 'tr
a children's partly env'r. IllI, i girl~
leave the supper fablle the tii.' n ( i'
a baby aud every lltlle l],#y gon s,'lldl.
on with his supper. But eI .chi Uild ,i
mother has its own bundle f in:i:in *
tive reactions. There Is nuo "i.iterni,.
Instinct" In the ab,.tr.ct.-.McClret':',


Cream Vermifuge


Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
T. Louls. MO, e.
Sc id by Gainer Mlercantile Co. ,

.-.;. I

I_ II --L ------ _a IPIY~

ILI~L F~~~~I)ie ~r~i;ll~


F--iW- f ---


Pensacola to St. Andrew and.Millvilre. $5.0f.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabell, $1.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Aralachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
r'he a'vo e r',tus iSrclude meals and berths. H. H. JBOfl Et .
V. W.: WALTERS, Gen'I F eMel ht and aes A at. President.

~88~~~7r ~~~sP~b~,


ThursdAy4 NOv. 18i 1909.

ST. A 1) RE W
Sugar, per l r Tea; pe lb
Granulated ...0 1-4 He No ........ 5s
Goftee. Gunpowder .... 40
Green ...... 12at o20 Uncol'd Jap .40-60
Arbuckle .... b 20 Cond milk' per can
Singer Snaps ..... o Unsveetn' .... o
Crackers, soda .... so Sweetenedd... .. lo
STobacco, plug ..30o toso Baking Powder
Raisins. Royal .. ..... so
London layers .. 15 Gampbel d...... o10
Valencia ....... to Canned fruit
ace ........ 6% to 8 Peaches ...... toao
Apples Toma toes ... .16o- 1 s
Evaporated .... io Apples ........ ac
Dried Peaches .. so Pears ......... is
Coal Oil pr gal .... so Plums ........ 10
gasoline ... -.. t. 20 ApricoL ..... to-:o
Florida SyrMP .... 50 Strawberries to to5
Honey ........ so Pineapple .... 1o-In
Vinegar ......... 3o Canned meats
aOh pr-lb ...... 6 Roast Beef ..... 15
Setter ........ AS-<-46 Corned Beef.... 15
S Oleomargerine ... iS Chipped Beef ... 15
Sr, ;iard .,.. o to j Lobster .... to& is
;'' -'''ea '. ,,.. 6 Salmon ..... ioatis
:P 'i- A.lpttlu .. o Canned Vegetab]e3
i_' s iaes.,. :t r Baked Beans ..1tozo
- L x r.yrittt._wt ,.. .11. kErn ..0... hotiLt.

( .

CI p;,-ae

W ETA PPO. An independentt Miller.
When Frederick built his famous
Sp-cial Re, ort to bhe Biuo. palace of Sans Souel there happened
Miss Nellie Enzor wasdown from to lie i mt11l;, iat ly iitV ; ini,.
Sandy Creek itintia v. In mtbI ,x .'.., , .,,,:. .',, 1
S. F. and ,1. E. Murris %ere at w, t . r in i i, '.., re ; .. :I
Wetappo, and Farmdale Saturd'y. f,,r a hi.ug s.r ..,. ,s i .n. .. ,
L Dani.l an I brother went to had woued a the t,. -i, i h, hi I,: I.-,i ,
from father to Noll, -'i1d thji lip h the Gulf beach, for a few days out- not sell it for any prIch. TI.. kInt.
ing, last week. used eve-yv vr'!icit-iriiii. .r..*i 1. I niuih.
S. him a mill In a betitr pl i e lnid ip;i\
Elder J. H. Leavitt passed here, him. besides. any sumj be might de
Saturday, en loute from Early to mand. but the obstinate miller still per-
Farmdale. slsted In bis determluation to preserve
Mrs, W. L. Whitfield has beeen' the inheritance of his ancestors.
Mrs. W. L. Whitfield has been ritated at last by hi.q conduct. fheb
quite sick for the past week or king sent for him and said in nn an
two and it is hoped that.-she will gry tone:
"Why do you rt'fupe tr ser v.y-nr mnll
soon recover, notwtrhstanding nil the ad'a niages f
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oore and J. have offered you?"
Lankford went to Farmdale, Satur- The nile,'r reiti':ri-d hiq reaisolls.
"Do y ll Iknow." eotitliu,.l til, klitp .
day afternoon; **thni i kould sne 11 tithou giviit.
Mrs. L. Daniel carried the Ear- you a peinnv '*"
ly mail Saturday, during the ab- "Yes." returned the iiller en.,inlry. "If
ft were not for the chamber of ju.ttce
senee of Mr. D. at Berlin."
Mr. S. Dyer mkde a business The king was so flattered by this an
trin to Farmdale Saturday. swer. whrll't sijowet that he t',as t ivr.
trip puble of 1an act of IrijusthmI, tbatf he
Messrs. H. A. and C. 0. Allan dismissed the nhnillr without rnrther
went up "South Prong after brick, entreasy and changed the prim of bis'
1Monday. garden. .

L-. were visitors in St. Andrews, Tues-
.and family, slay. Mrs. B. being down here for
Vtyeas hla\e the firs timeY Mrs. Sing'etary took

Capt. F. H..
who lor the pa.
resided at Bapfh
to -St. Ai.,dr 8es'
in>ny frienusQ h
we[cme to them
residence propel
his mercantile
is occupying hEA
which he has al
session of duri
their hosts of fri
as again among'
Mr. H.P--
visit to St. A d
dropped in .to
"Goodby,'" to-j
Henry Mu
the Manteo,. c.
Tuesday. ]
Mr R. Sto.
keeper, was
Andrews, :
Mrs'. Sat'ti
with several'

Fe returned p in. to drive lih r frie,.d t. al' the
Sand their i'l;(es- birth h seeing on t.c Daav.
ad a Leai .y Capt. and Mrs, A. Alexander I a 1
W. sold his the pleasure of having Rev. W\Vine-
closed out man, with his sister and neice for
i-there, and guests Tuesday night.
home here Mrs. P F. Parker ,f Parker, came
stained pos- over Tuesday to seek medical aid,
hence and being in poor health, she will stay
]come them with Mrs. Fuller, for a month,'
',us. while in the care of Dr. Jansenius !
a brief A Scalded Boy's Shreiks
yt and horriiind his grandmother, Mrs. Maria
dy" and Taylo- of Nebo. Ky., who writes ttiii,
..* when all thought he would d e, Buck-
a'ter of lten's Arnica 'Salvo wnoly cured him.
SInfallible for burns, scalds, cuts, corrs
mother wounds, bruises, Cures fe'vor sores Skn
S erf'uptions, boils, chilthl:il.s, cliai le
those lniands. Soon routs pile*. .:'3c at (jainert
in St. MArcantile Co;'s and A. H. Brake':. C

He TLccc ft c 1,;-n::.
", ,-.iii1 fill.. i.. :" i. ", <'"1 :

a History.
hlistory tLsanrMtun~ln, ner'rnpt ef how



Recentdiscoveries have shown
that falling hair is caused by
germs at the roots of, the hair.
Therefore, to stop falling hair,
you must first completely de-
stroy these germis. Ayer's Hair
Vigor, new improved formula,
will certainly 'do this. Then
leave the rest to nature.
Does not change e color of the hair.
formula with each bottle
v h Show it to your
Snt S Askten, him about It,
or- then do a he says
I oIs I oror

nm (41 ,np a i. Lt.

*.q -. -" a S id7es '. ... .-' ; i.- t; Il il. lt- [its g r!-; iii.J..i '!i"s 1i1id
Mealprbu ..od Fesh ........ 8aib i ii.ll i lt- as ti lium Ift ni |I t Itra"iili
ieal p:-lb.... -Br'kf'st Bac'n r6- a t
por prb ......1.00 Ham canv's'd 16 i' .
Potatoes Shoulders ..... ia At I tha a hI.,- of lie sln' i, e Lord j el
Irish ..........1.46 Beef i l' ,.ni1 il-i I gr~indl-thlvr
Bariy I 'se set d .. I. 8o Corned ........ 8 Ut .I iia *I il gr:iandrIti'.r
Sweet .... .7 to .oo Fresh ...... motoi$ ,'"li I li. ,,'.t allnc,- of the votLut" ninu1 F
BSaltpr sack ..... A.oo Dried ......... 25 i i:1 t iil'.
table ......... 5 Milk prqt ........ 0 o
HARDWARE. "' it. ';i'." riturnOil the rveir:in.
Nails prlb.... 4a5ti Ax, with handle ...0 .oo l M ;iis -i W'lI Ilrrea.viod afore hte
Galv, wire do_.. 71o08 Hoes, each .... 35aso
Manilla rope .. .z2toi ..'Copper paint. can.. 60o .'" -it
Stoves, cook ..$8a$25 Linseed oil, gal. .5 a6o An Crld Slip.
Pipe pr joint .. 15
PipeDR\' GOODS. I ,r A.lr h'r-', It .i 'tm, ltl th1 e P ":li-g.,
Prints pr yd .... 6a7 Checks ........ 6to 8 t inl I r:il) ilti itlong the dusty ro:ll
Sheetings ....... sag Flannel ...... i5a4o a ,,i i it,,i .-i .,,.,il ;I. :'' inoc.n. The llp ti
Muslin ........g 9at Thread pez spool . 5 '
fvens ........ Isa41 Shoes, ladies ... Ill.i .b-. i v- i li:tt |it h;ad still in m ilt
S.$1. $'2.775., .4oo i, wlk jl; j .,i dt, -llc.ir oihe new',ipapr.
Men's ..3i.4o a4.oo 00 .. l ilid the sy- .
M ISCELLANEOUS. "'m .' 1., ,,11'(. t -..." I'd. el:.iliic al the sym .
Itay pr cwt ..... 1.29 Oats pr bu ....... 7S5 I tlilla*Ii di itr. "I'd rvp r go all tlat
Bran .......... 1.70 Brick pr M .... i oo l.tanfn .. for s.ii h I tri"ie! wivhy dou't
Rope Sisal ....... 7aq Lime pr bbl ... '.So t'ite. S- 1Itby
FRUIT and NUTS. il S'tll It [iy 115 l't"
Ranges perdoz... jo Pecans pr tb ..... Fored Into Exle
Apples .... .:... 2o Walnuts ........ 20 Forced Into Exile
Lemons ......... 3o Almonds ........ of Oak, Oka,
OVSTERS. m U hurch of ;en Oak, Okla
Inshellpr1.ooo... 2.oo Opened prqt ..... 20o was an exile from home. Mounlain air.
d se.... L Sso STO CK..... 8 stoso lie thought, would cure a frightful
SM prokles ......oa$7 Hogs ........ jto lung-racking cough that, had defied all
Oxen pr yoke ....5$6s Sheep ........... $2 remediet, !or two years, After six
POULTRY. remedies for two years, After six
chickens each ..4oase Geese each .....45a5o IDonhs he returned. de:ith doigrineg hia
urkeys.....o ISH Ducks ........ 25ao t s. "Then I b-gan to use Dr.
tresh alt King's Ntw Discovety," h writs,
Mdlletpiddz ... 2 Mullet pr. bbl 6.So K ang' r N .w Di cs ixve,.V," he writa s,
Trout......... 25 Trout........6. 50 "and after taking six bottles I am as
%Pompano pr b. to Pompano .... to.o00 ell ever." It savesthousands year-
Sturgeon...... 10to Mackerel ... 8.oo
LUMBBR. I]v from desperate linm diseases. lufal-
Flooring Ceiling lille for -c,,u-ls and colds it dispels
'Heartper m... 4.oo00 Heart, perm...44.oo --*c.u|s and t oldh it dispels-
Face ...... 12.00o ace 2.oo ho:trs-.iessand soi' throat. Cuires crtip
Sap .... o.oo Sap .. to. o
Drop Siding Clapboards ( branch itis,heniorr't.ares, asthma,eroup,
ceart face prMn S zoo x6in prmin.... $1.oo00 whooping c.uh ik, and .00, Trial
ap .. so30.oo Finishing lum-
ff lumber. at herd m.... $iaS5 bottle free. guaranteed by A. H. Brake
"aart shingles .. 2.50o Lath. prm ..... ..o0
. Iap ... 1.56 Bqot idm' i r, and Gainer lMercantile Co.
dressed ..... So --

fjrATK OF 01110, CITY OF liLEDiO
F a lk makes Lia l 111.t. li
a t ie ~eiti ir psrt iter Of tIlieu Ii in iot' F. J
Uiteii-ey tOu. doiltni,' linesics Iii the City
ofC Toledo, coitail "v nnI at 11 c 81II e ore~nid atiiid
tlpatgacid firin will puy the sumti of OJN E
H U N DR) I)4LLA HS for each tit d e very
sk c f G'd'rrh li tit cannliot lie curted t'v
usio nt Hall'IPSCILt.tlrriCure.
*Sworn to I,'foeine and im~i plcribed in.
uty ?esetiie1tlj I(im ibd-ty tof Decembeir,
J 9iJ66, A, ~.GLS
(SKILS 1N otpkrv Publiic.
Hill'o tCatarrhi Cure i. I :Lkeu iiterifidily
aind ads directly on tb06 bloo ad mull111-

edni surfaces of tine system. Send for
L ,estimnonialrs. free.
S J. r. U ; N EY & Co. Tletio. 0.
Soqd by nil Druiggistl, o5c.
'T ke tall's Faililyv ill for Piinslipia


Not Gilty!
Tihe'imtiptmblv nu tm roifered to by
the' AvieriumTai 1hrarchiertaniutn lironbl
tbdught be w'ut living accused of
knww,,lng ulk I hi',e~otw.
ftntlittcmitstle Attadt.'tt mllor- Let go
thAt JilSheblet'
Vpuet hushtewlIe Ldbillihber (who baa
be~en dergyp# nintubiftitng as crewi-Umn
60 t tuching the rldirtt

e ~t ctultetn lint of feneen.
1 M&icp tuTactles ofmaeyon. ed
tt1# eej'dfisr poeteas.
- 'lu *hv Wut Ai-V'
"His mv't t lt har it gar '- d'vil'tn 'i ted
4n~t#1hfliket nc p 1hilthlday p ~''t'
3'hlintleiphin 1iftwu(ril.

t if l I..i, p.

p. .

A, rci.i..i! ..ye.
A siiL:l ), y v i ts a i t:r:y sernt for r
p rnni '-.i rli f li ;I o <'4v io e :i i'd1,(.
to rlnj- n, -l)i,fp? >it h u iny" urd jilrt-
fo'ur-,Im \\ li t: t' h .- -'ItI f. r. As li.
waso t!.irrn.i: ed to ge;;t (, l. wo l I't0 .
tho c'(ltl.i-'s slh p a-jd unid to the as-
"\Vl:ut hvi iipeople been dyellg with
lately. Ih ln-.pe?"
"Ilwlmimu'ui ." 'was the answer.
"Ah T!,'iti mit I'e It." s:ild the boy.
"Prearce give 'Fe a i.ean'orrh"-London
Illustruied Pits.
Alt She Wantea.
The Debutnnte-The mail I marry
must be rlph. handsome, good. gener'
o00, Intello'tuIll-
The Mnu About Town My dear
young lady, you will have to have him
made to order.

Evil grtras aind strengthens by en-
dura nce.-Clcero.
If you desire a clear complexiou.
take Foley'sOrinoLaxative foi consti'
nation and liver I roubla as it will stim-
ulate these organs and thoroughly
cleanse your svstemn., which is what.
every one needs in order to feel well.
Sold by ell Druggist.
Pigeonp' Air Sacks.
The air sacks of the pigeon. says
runmo Muller. constitute a system of
Inrterspnes the value of whith lies In
'their enutrine'ss-thnt Is. alnsence of
weight and resistance. Flying is ipos'
rhble only Iton hINft of hi Inmeeliu
levil llicienicy. iird we ntlliln this wilh
mua'hliues rdiversled of iIll suIpertiuous
nilteri-il.i ..t t So i hbe original rIeliile, J
whii h li'by ev'ivrlft i t1ao- ]lwiil bliidl<. iwer..
il\esil-d i f siirrn i ,Il< i- 'mat hil ,il. n dl
Ihet llody spai.es ihus ubtauldt ePre-
iltlhd. \\lh air rncks. Th'i' Iily" wnll
;-dt tihiin it. i'sI t> it)l he tnit hai iiL -il re
Iij li'-r. ints. e:ecniini' t hi.llmw **.rII fit 'f
/ it ,i)lg 1S Ra Illljpt| 't.,tonr lht, i.'i'ng:ft o!.

' 'l ilr al nv lLt hi ili, bnJU s iI
lilr"d lares iailai rlyr i.x ilhini d.

stop. the oughl and heallo ungs
I l .. .i.



"Manufacturers of and Dealers in




1uaebles Vs to 1 i Orders m.At Oi'e 1

No Order Too Large; None Too Small

SaT. J. tisfacii MC SWEEN aagantee,
T. J. MC SWEEN, Manager,

"of. yi enius and Common rense
bno~' went walking amid 'inme to a
Atream. (UPItins. having his head In
the clouds. naturally started to wnde
deross. p.yi\fl no ,'ttentlon to the
flepth'. The wA itrs soon went over his
head. and he was drowned. Comnion
Sense hunted for i" iufp nay to get
ai'ro-'s. n 1l finally ihe foumid :1 foot l fg.
A.s hl g t rit nbhout thlie inter of tIhe
streni tlie Ia t.- -%w:iyod. aind ll fell Iito
the 'witm-r iildl sanlk to il.- no mire.
"'oillY stopped t the bank of till.
straiUm to iamuse hni.self by throwing
pehbilps Into the wnatr Anil watching
the w Hev lie st I)(pon the lukiit.
cold baink ur til lie caught 1i cold whichll
developed intmi pn-ulinotiln. of 'ahlicul
he soon diedr. Mior:al.-It doesn't mi'!;e
mnich dlffprence. after all. whi-ther
y tq are a genius. a suage or a fool.
Y",u'll ', It solioir or iater anyway."
- l's ii' ll Ig '.

A Tiny Baby

noon *an .
photos of '"h.
Mrs. Rockstl
in Col. Dot
On Mond a
Forbes and da>
Cromanton ert
Mrs. P. E. WMoiu
Last Saturday
son and Mrs. Wae
City made a pleas
A. Emmons, atthA
Mrs. Mami'e
MissBuie, retufrnl
Mr. J. H. BrowlV;
confined to his hi d
for several month
bad health, was tar

can't tell you in words what the trouble Capt. A Alexande
is; but its complexion gets pasty. If It noon, to ,vew all ti
gets weaker and weaker,'loses flesh and and other impro
is cross and peevish you ean be certain during
that, it. has woims. Give it White's during his enfeebe
Creiiam Vnrunifuge, guaranteed harm- children to the-
less. Expe:s lthe wormssnd puts the Bay. She left mioe
baby in a h,.athy. normal condition, health, by her stay i
Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co, Mis Payne, and
Iss ayne, and C
A Happy Com ron,;... Aridrews' efficin sa
"wiairi n i, riml lini i n il iy ,i,. i l s!"*and the' last namr t
v.xilaiti.: lih, h,,-ihnii,,,r | h, haid urch, al of EastS%
<'il .lll. ilh t 1 \ Ij.,,it i ,l i ld . ll h 1'I.
ilh ri'." .;;i il,, Ir..ui ,u1. t,,ii.l'.,. visited Tt. Andrews
itJld ihe' u -i.1 : \' r i-,,,i .i I. .i.i ." ternoou.
!p'" V,'pit-tl inr,.. i tliAi. Hei" Ir. J. H. Drummn,
an"l hdititd I lIherJ ltiiL tiiit tI. l mIorning for, Jacsp
wiulit d It, lt t iiii bu e i lille,. W(I attendapn j '
.t.ahl t,.* l'-" ilili :i'i,,iJhii-r 'i.uit n1 Atlantic In and
tinlilly i'oinpr'i, lnii<-.l atid i .gredltic to en ant
hini .iaimn \' ,.sii,.." tion convention, Of vw
r"1 '.,. Y'au ,,in* im hhi afler th, president for Florida.-
**\N ihv-.,-l.l" ,i:i.i.kl intIrnr'ti.,l tih Air. WV. R. Fell of P(
,i,,ii',tr.. *' !.It naita,, Is i : id. J ,, rived early Tuesday
',.',,i 111.'" the Manteo. He will
"**'tile ,.l.i-, i" *I fr J.h!n (',llvin. an' former position with th
it,- "*. i, ,,r ,,,' \ ..;,.'." series Co., and will be at
"Olh, I ..c." Y,,t:L C,,ilt,:,ti,iu. his friend, .Capt E. Ha
o--pr MJ----s. W. I. Sin gleta
o ..-, cl _-.-.-. gl t a

A I:irty (fi ni.ii:-'.; ,, al ;l j t an iit.
Li' lat !hldul \v. l'r ,. ,\i iin ,t, i'i,. i,,

'~i ," l ii ~ ii 1,1,i ;t h>i i i .' i l
i|,, i. li 1,i 1 l l l i -" i n ,, ', I

:i' it I l;ani : t- ''.l' i ; i -; O' i a.
j < l1 it licri.1 iv I

Aw'-.wNvardly Put.
0(d I._ady ft, tew ) ur1 teI-.Alli. KIr
we doi e.ovy your sprmon-4. They ur
to instructive. We never knew what
tin was until you came to the mparsh.-
London Telegraph.
Danger And Suffering Lie
In sprains backache, contracted nmus-
cles, lumbago and rheumatism Some
of those ailments uire easily cured, oth-
ers are permanently relieved by the
timelS' use of Bear Brand Nerve and
Bone Liniment. 50c and $1.00 bottles
at druggists. Rebate check in every

Landsman and Sailor.
tlo the landsman the sea must al-

hei & csitf jtfeiift~n.4 ipon
whtch ff texerelse his skill. 'libe prak-'
er book hns a special petltf6ft for the
safely of those wbho gof down to the
sea iu ships, and every ofie who veil-
tures to leave the store' gies forthi
with a consciousness of awe at hisL
own daring. Yet in the intri'lcte com-
plexity,. of uiod'rn .irrili :ii *In t '*nftply
on land ai d safety rt1 Mi have \\:ilked
by no means wittf ltunit step. Every
morning brings us some story of death
or accident on land. while the grent
passenger ships come and go in mionot.
onous regtlarity, bringing no rneptrl's
more stitrfi'g than those of high sea.t
that have kept them from making new
records. With the present nlidliess.
fbi'r speil tlfid its attenc:ilut rc.klhss-
Aieigs our sti ,ets demand eonslini
alel'tfiess If one would cross them with
safety. IS'tdd at sen hns-come Ilinrigh
larger afnd mrii' stoutly colSrlili'tied
ships. So the fatiliniu old sfory of lhe
sallortnmafi at sea l i a stofin who., se-
re0e fn his consci.ulsnaeb of anile
sea' f6om, piously ejafcuilated, "(od help
the poor folks ashore tonight!" is not
wholly fantastic.-L. Fr'ait 'Tooker In

Cleamses and beautifies the halr.
Promote# a luxitriant growth.
ieever Fails to fReetore Gray
Hair to Ita Youthful Color.
Cures scalp diseases & hair filling.
50c,anl$1.00at DrngI'iwli

accompanied' by Mrls.
and young son. of ;
o .

? flowers

gf. J.N.
. ,%Dobb of
n Mr. andd

I 'Panama
1 on Mrs. W.
fy office.
P*. formerly
th tier little
,6 has been
Lnd premises
i account of
a ride with
esdav after-
w buildings
ents made
I: op, North
approved in
I. Andrew :
Young, St.
iy's sister,
1rews, Bay,
aiesdaV af-

tft Sunda,

I r

Boring the B3res.
"What do you di to get rid of
"Juqt as s<-,'i n- i'..vy -'.ne Into my
nfrce I stirt In r.'li:ig themin of the
rl' t eIP llie thngmyi baby sld."-Do
trolt l'ree Pire;.

Out He Did.
Tb: wiTi'lAd i tit l-1 I(IIn c t fv-.r n
in nlfl'fu';r I rr* li t,'l i:irl' t~ilcp

r**r I t1'r1 i IP a p* it *-r glove's


U. S. Land Office at Gilnesville, Fla.
Noveniber 6, 1909. "
Notice is nerebv givan that John Mc-
Leod of Sounthport,,Florida, who. on Sop-
temhlr 21, 1904, made Homestead Etary
No. 3.'94S, ( erial No. 02916) 1lor se14' o'
section 7 townhip 2 south, rangp 14
west. Tallahasse Meiidiiin, his filed Ino-
Hloe of intention to make final five-year
roof, to establish claim to I he Ianid
above described, hefo e Ilje clerk of the
circuit court, at Vernon, Florida, on the
17th day of December, 1909
Claimant names as witnesses: W. H.
Lnens .Simon Atkinson, Dave Bryant and
J. H. Lyon, all of Southp rt. Florida,
HENRY S. Cause, Register.

9,b in- .
-tA-aWandMfal~ Oflinesville. Fiori !;s a- ,ent ,er 6, 1909.
bi Notice is he 'bv given that holomou
S ice A. Barrett. of Westbpy, Florida. iho,
Soni March 21, 1904. made Homestead En-
atry No. 34hi06, (Soiial Number 024'-4) for
ola ar- sw of seli" section 2H ana w! of Iie!'4
rning, on anld scl of ne!- of section 33,township 1
s .. douth, range 17 test, Tallahassee Me-
sume hS ridian, has filed notice of intention to
ay Fish- take final five-year proof, to establish
ome with claim to the land above described. before
S, the clerk of the circuit court, at Vernon,
-. iFlorida, on thIe lLh day of i'ecember,
t l. il .. 1909. Claim,n l names as winetile es:
Ie .enis Anderson, Webster Brown, J. D.
*$irdeshaw Anderson of Ebro. Florida, and I. WV.
sey, a. L.e of Pointi \Vahington, Floridi.
aay, HENH .. CfRUBB, Regi-ter.
i - -

N. UoD-to-Date Equipment!
Spec' of Bread. Cakes, Rolls and Pies
of all Kinds.
de4r ein Prompt Attentioni


~CQLr~, ~bQP- 0- 0 owjV
0 T 2hs P AL IES'. W e
ft-9 that tire made~

lTolt the00


Examine Our

They are unsurpa(
an detency of odor.'-
plete ass0ftment of
domestic arid import
Toilet Watehs throum
Toilet Good
The ihost 'astidIlio'
We have a consignment
Bath that cora.'i neumoitr W
freom inpurities ore nolt
anN rhing In this, lin f Jt
"r(-)ILEI' POWDEkil
tain a beautiful compliA
of delicate powders an-
skin from dirt., wind and
nilet is complete withoe
face. Tooth Powders. Po
tion. Tooth Brushes, Ht
toilet requisites so'essen
in endless variety. i
parimentour stock is e'
Ourl good- are the be
We Sell all PA'Z



permanency gp
eep a com-
lost delicate
tfumries and *-
,diir entire
parttiwn t
Il 1 la4 'li. (l.
illet Soaps, Toilet, Spoi)n 'aiald Sponges for the
section than any we ever saw. Toilet Soaps free
foundd cverywh-ere. Wc have them. If you want
the jilaee to get it.
heatteutcin of all ladies who e re to hayeand re
.soft and healthy W'hife skin, is called to oar line
"lxion brnautifiers. Pro'.ect the open pores of the|
by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
St .of faintly scented' po'yda' ovcr the neck and
MWashes. ('osmeties and' Rogues of every descrip-
rushes, Combs. Manicure -ets., and all the little
comfortt, health vnd beauty are to be found here
jes and will not disappoint you.
"T A DIOZIZES iem demand
|i JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.

sm* uy-tyess go" terre. .IE- Wrtdi
we are tIsd:,lly .ipo.sed to conciudw
t!lt It wru!d live nr.;id quite a dif-
f'r((rce tlhpi t:rhr hbe id 'r nrt.
il';o r..irly rt-irytline ci p. hlqtor.
ha.s two l'r-.. Th, l if-It -T- of the gar
din o(f -dlL depi.d. ui *1 r-'ilether i(
is Ihnt.(I d bv1 :1.: In1u or" '1 v .... n.
Thel ,l tfor.r f thI, .%X e-.l :uitn r.ev,-,n
lion ri 4 }10 .;iiite d ,' Ji':.-n I l -giigni-.
books (fiji tle4 way w t rna nd4 it Out

111-r.cry Is a bore, not c(n'y because
,.I i Ii'r w:i'0i inr d Wit!i the peoph-
1'. 10o 1: 1i1.> i'l It, bu lie.'nuse It re
pe-ats itt-lr. I.ye.

When vou have a cold the first thing
to do is to havo the bowels move. Do
not take anything that may constipate
-and most old fashioned cough cures
do ,*on.tip ite Try Kennedy'slLaxative
Gouuh Syrup. It drives the cold from
the system .by 'a free yet entlic action
of the bowel.-: it sto Is the cougvh it is.
pleasant to take. Children' like it.
Sold by all d Both Willing.
"He said he'd rather go to jail than
pay his divorced wife alimony."
"Did she let him go?"
"Yes: she said she'd rather see him
save his money behind the bars than
spend It over them."-Cleveland Plain
"Every time the baby looks Into my'
face he smiles," said Mr. Meekton.
"Well," answered his wife, "It may
not be exactly polite, but It shows he
has a sense of hnmor."-EMchange.
Sleepy Sermons.
"Someme m preach," said Sydney
Smith. "as 11' Ohey thought sin_44p...
iW vt"' was taken
out of Ad irn. by casting hIli, luto a
plirofurotl .sl.'!Lb r." e
)''.v1tI i.i unknov-u wvaters._-Ger-

not satisfied keep !,n11'km
Foley's Honey ai:d Itit A6irwft coiaghbt
quickly, strengthens tne lungs f'qd ex-
pels colds. ;Get the goouilbd'in ya'Ilo4
package, at Gairtel..Mernantileu (o.'4.

ro all regfsterid voters of the Town 'I
SI. Adriews, in Washio',toi Colur.t3 i
Florida -
Notice is h6reby.given fliat tile aur
nual election for Munffial OflB6's in
and for the Town oif St; Ard'r*ws id?
Washington C6uniti Floridjd. .,will h 1
held at the Buoy office'.in 'sitid.To~iwn oil
December 26th, ]. 9ii)' bih it..6t fifrtI'f
Tuesday in said moith to' 1eet0 May:
or Town Cerk and T6owl Miia (or
the term of one year- a nd iintil thii.
stlccdssors in office a'-e elected antl
qualified; also to el-ut three Aldermen
to serve for two years,', Pils tio opeda
at 8 o'clock a. tit. and to' cl&e at 5'
o'clock p. nm
Given under, Cut haddr t his l 5)h day'
:df Novem' be! *A&9. G'co. W. sinrbe'r,
SF: Butllclr;,
S J. T. Ova'..Jn.y,
....Tow l G n'u IT
Attest: 4. I., Drumnin'nd,
J. R. 'Tho&ipselo M'ayorn
Sown Clerk.

I hereby point, W. t.% Willcox H
F. Thompson and Charlt1 HF. Ranlford
Inspectors of the an .'ual T6wn El'#cit'lo
above mentioned, to be.h-'ld at ithi
Buoy office in the -town of St. Andrewb,
in Waslhngton -County, Flo 'ida, -on the
28th day of December. A. D,, 1909. The
polls tam open at 8 o'clock a. t.'P:timd t'd
he kept open until 5 6"eock p, pi..of
said day; and 1 'a.io Jieruiy appoint
John Sturro'.k to be clerk for sati
Eleectio .
Given dor. v.had this l12t daof
J, H. l)runmm6i;d.'Mayr'r.
Approved this 12lth dav of Novalcri'
A. ri., 1909. Geo. W. Surbet-,I
F. piillock ,
Attsti: J. T. Gwijtnev.-'
J. R. tbbhripsor,, fown Qlerlt .


Real Estate




- m m FLA


A. H. Brake








rus BiWIIcOins, Faniy Tifli Airticle

I Handle no niuack Nostrums,
I)R J, J, KESTER, M rni;



L J n n.,
"M ildred." iri --'.- l i.-iin;,.t.,
young maLx.-sl, iiki i? lathf ll, klii,," .
your birthday gif / I .el' 'itf uivia
."''3Tbhg you." Vwa4 %''" 4,d r,,rl.,
"But I idty eiw'pt ifui t-.t pr.nt.i"'
Pblladelpfla iturI n ri'

Humor In Advrti-ing'.
It t agreed on iIll '- 't .* n '4
humorous advertise, i. *"
aniotded. Business is i.,, .. a, ;,
businesslike ad. i.L thl- on th-ift i 'ints.:
Nevertheless It i i eit .; ,, r ',,
upon an odd.. in iii t ,* ,- -f i6f I*.
ordinary speclr ien- for i'sirt.-p., th .-
of the photogripl' -*'i in i .- .i' .- -
tfalty of baby phltolorapli'. : 111 r.'.
+ertlsement read:
"Bring your 6e-!r !r*i, b lu'f.s. If"
theb y don't sit still r i'.n.'i (f crt s;
I was T' baby once. r,.vs ;f."
What is esrelally.' rare fl t'o. fild *"i
advertiser who will 'exhiiIt a;n andlr'
about the negaii.:; iqu:til'lt ctl hf'
goods. It Is all tl:e im. :re rfttreshli .
then, to peruse the liii6ii t :::e':r't .
an Innkeeper In ,nvr iof ite, srulhltr
states who was evidently burning witil
a desire to tell tl exa~.4 truth abunt
his establishment: ,'0
"Not the largest hotel" to
rQt Oewl f trnwhlilod
free bus % trnin' 6it 'i:


IE BORROS, Proprietor. D E,

S Ono Door North of waltuy's Shop. PA R K E R,

lr~~ll.~ ~TT'~" '---' 'r-~ r ' : "~ r: -:~~ ,.;.-~-

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`rl I

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Recent discoveries have also proved that
4andrulff is caused by germs on the scalp.
Therefore, to cure dandruff, the first thing
to do is to completely destroy these dan'
druff germs. Here, the same Ayer's Hali
Vigor will give the same splendid results.
-Made by the J. C. Aor Co.. Lowell, Ma..--
-'..- -




s~a ,

L -.5--

ssruri~rmms, -N ie;u~~ i - -- .~ ~;-i~i~ji~~~ U .. i- ~~ '. - '- -C P*' "-'r - C-IYIY)


To all persons subject to Bilious Attac]
stipation, Headache, Dizziness. Heart:
Breath, Sallow Complexion or otl


-~ ~ ~ a "- f -- -- -

ir' Stomach. Indigestion, Con-
/ertigo, (blind staggers), Foul-
Sntoms of a Torpid Liver,


For Permanent Relief Take I

HERBINE aeta directly on the Liver. It will cure CONSTIPA-
is entirely free from all poisonous mineral substances, and is com-
pesed solely of LIFE -4VING HERBS. It is adapted for wesk and
weary constitutions; strengthens the weakened glands and organs;
it checks all derangements of the body. "Try a bottle to-day./
Fifty Cents a Bottle. Avoid All Substitutes.

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ^
ST. LOUIS, MO., U. S. A.
aicnold and FRecommancdld bt a

It is the S6irest, the Safest, the most S

Liver Tonic and -Regulator in the Who1
.* * *+. .% *. <** ). ,*.^*.A .l

It -is' a ifar

Ius remedy.


|nd Complete

Sqf Medicine.

tln .mjiraeulous.

Locked. Shah In House of Commons.
A shah of P'ersia. who made a state'
viit to Englunl in 1873. had a curi-
ous experience in the disftingulhed
strangers' gallery of the house of com-
monq. He soon got tired of watching
the legislators at work, hut when he
made a move to go he was told be
could not leave the gallery. It hap-
nraned at th.i n momnilt that a division


Lavernc;-r Oil.
As four-5zlths of lIIto oil extracted7
fr~omhiavender, is t...va ed In 1,110
bloom fihe liar1VOS' 114i-8platq JuO I.Kb-
fore the flower lc.,L~is to ftide at the..
end of August. The oil is 6LMt, M4 6i
wealls of Swain]. wvh s1.9colupe'iodto k
penetrate the Closely j t-pewaru
afterwmird beipng drx%-n-otT In rtwA
-that run Ibr~ugh cold at.

i T&'lorpi Liver are-restored almost in a dayT '"'

It cures Malaria, Ch l
A BRILLIANT RECORD IN MALARIA germs in the system ad d
prevalent it is a faithful guardian of health. It puts the Stomiach, Liver and Bowels ..
cannot exist.
Every home should have a bottle of this great Liver Tonic and'I.
whole family. The chill season is here and ill those who are Constipated, who have a T
ly have trouble with that arch enemy of the race. BE PREPARED!! Get in.,
and you can. defy the disease.


BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT 00., Sole Proprietors, ST.

destroying the disease
f thed body. Where Malaria is
edition that the malaria germ

Y stands for health for the
or Digestive Disorders, will sure-
iat once by taking HERBINE


doors or te& nouse-were'ioease 'uas..
the vote was taken. Mr. Gladstone
made an interesting comment on the
Incident. "It Is," he wrote In his jour-
nal, "probably. or possibly, the first
time for more than 500 years that a
foreign sovereign has been' under per-
monal restraint of any kind In Eng-
land."--Westminster Gazette.




.rdrga'.g..'r--j-r -mms n.-.r rtr r f r~, .



Dbpartmin.t of the Interior.
October 23, T9009
Notlee-le hereby given that Jzm a A.
Adamar whose portofflee adtiess iiWest-
bky,. Florida. did on on the '23d doy of
August, 11909, file in this offlee Sworn
Statement and Application, No. 05597,
to purchase the nu of ne.i aud swP of
ne3i of section 4,r township 2, south,
range- 16 west, Tallahassee M-ridien.
and the timber thereon, under the pro-
visions of the act of June 3, 1M78.
abd acts amendatory, known as the
limber and. Stone Law, at such value
ha might be fixed by app'a4eement. and
4hat, pursuant to such application, the
Hand and'timber thereon haye been ap-
praised, the 'timber estknated 160,000
board faet at $2.00 per .d.. and the land
SBODO;. or combined value of the land
andItinBer at $400.01"; that said appli-
cant wil offer final proof in support of
hlW application and sworn statement on
t he 5th day of Jannary 1.910. before the
clerk of circuit court at Vernon, Florida.
-Any person Is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
lest at any time before patent issues by
filing a ct'roborated affidavit in this of-
aee, alleging facts which would defeat the
entry. HBNsr S. CH'tsB, Register.

OUfreges of the Telephone.
Tbat the telephone has blessed many
Swmans anved aany lives and helped
pilUe up.fortunes la true, but bae It not
eurred some womeo. ruined more lives
d bhasteied domestic misfortune?
It ba1. Ha: It nut become the favorite
paatfme of the worumen with nothing
to do? It bus. Noes It not accelerate
ftalsp and aid the flirt and the way-
wnrd constantly? It does. Self In-
dulgent winIol waste their husbands'
imaney lty os~derug food over tue too
Maudy t'lhphimbe ra4ber tian bother to
drPos for the sitret. bthereby losing
loth- trtwip wlL tnumiie morning exer-
rime and thetr <~-bnee tlriftlly to se-
rure the be-a the-re is fur the price at
kiBrkle oit e st ors ripom which the
ramty l rdi'r la supplied The time
wwthed by women lu foolish phoning
. eat nev*r be pffset by Ime gained by
AbrPhalbudd man in business. For what
ehmtl it profit at wan If him gain the
WtilO world If bia. "world" Is lost
through folly?
replelthonulig. from a hbalit, finally be-
k.'omes a vite nod n menace to the cour-
it*oftl It' hbs destroyed the .ine art
of "hoolal eorretimunden.e. It has
atwned lnstea with Coturtesy'r la'irel.
q~Ipt.la 'I bomaU* Antrl4p lu LJpplft
d- n- V. .- .'.

,-,..ors River oytterman attended
i,, iai "outest one wliner nlyht In
Morrs Itlver. The contstauuts blew
Sbto their great horus as if to burst
-_teir lungs. The drummers baugfed
.betr 6'nimt with might and main
hee~ were red and round like ap
pits. ye almost started from tbeir
smekets. The oysterman enjoyed it
ll. .But hiM attention was distracted
Sy a deaf old gentleman who In tbh'
plantismfa_ passages put a lirre sliver
ear trumpet to his ear. Whenever he
did sti' tthe oystorman sneered. And
At "t 1 MF AI nest hatred of anything
ppoag hamn overcame the man's
,ltga've. He elbowed his way to the
af#old gentklmaw and said:
.leq here; that don't go bere. Eve
ytoWY I~WOa you cn' u play that
Wtb.ye~a ear. Pt Itt away, minter
t !w eafth foot u."-Los Anp'eleg Times'
fia Scrt.
Indent- -row would you advise me
*B go about vrcle.thg a library? Pro. -
tessor-Well. rft tell you how I man-
.- aged It. When T was yotlrg I bought
eoks and loaned them. Now I bor-
i*w -boots and keep them.-Stray

Took Her at f4er Wdrd.
"'I'ff treer tell another man T'd rather
dance than eat."
"Why notr'
"'e kept bze waltzing uutil all the
enstauraute were closed."-Exchiage. .

Mr's. Louie Hite, 43W Outien st. Dan-
ville IIl,, writes Oct. 1st: **Foley's Kid-
ney Pills started me on the road to
health. I was treated by four doctors
and took other kidney remedies; but
grew worse apd was unable to do my
housework, and the doctor toldI|me I
could only live from two to six months.
ram now so much better that I do all
of my own work and I shall be very
glad to tell any one afflicted with kid-
ney or bladder trouble the good results
I received from taking Foley's Kidney
Pills. WCommence today and be well
Do not risk having Bright's disease or
diabetes. Sold by .Gainer Mercantile
Ntp Accent* .4 "
Many stories are told of a former
Chnadian bishop who had passed his
youth in Scotland, but flattered him-
self that not a hint of his origin could
be gained from his speech or manner.
One day he met a Scotchman, to
whom he said at last abruptly, "Hoo
lang hae ye been here?"
"Aboot sax years," was the reply.
"Hoot, mon!" said the bishop sharp-
ly. "Why hae ye na lost yor accent,
like mysel'?"

It Didn't Work.
"I haven't anything fit to wear." she
"Neither have I," ho replied. "Let's
stay at homnse"'
Taken up thus. there was nothing for
her to do bIt burry and gut ready.-
Buffalo Exlprrss.

It's a Crime
to neglect your health. The worst neg-
lect that you cun voss'.bly bo guilty id to allow constipation, bilioustnes- ior
any live r or wel trouble to continue.
It is poisoning your entire system and
may lead to a serious chronic disease,
Take Ballard's Herbine and get abos-
lutely well. The suro cure for any and
all troubles of the stomach, liver and
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lonse strictly coiiftiential. HandbookonPai
p!it free. Oldest rzency for securing paten(.
Patents taken through bMlu.n & Co. recot
Special notice, without charge, lu the
Sci$ntific Jinerican.
A hantdomely illustrated wepklv. L.,wwelt elr
cnlatlIn of aiv7 priergtlfle ,t-iirial. Terms, $3 a
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/-ii C rcan Recital.
S l "ii :1 ti 'll" 11 %- i I r I t i nhI
!t-1141 ;I ti, .-.illi,'-- ll4.-r III, of n i-'iery
I,-, w i!- it I lih 'y i ,,l,-i, i-.i I.,t,ron Ih,.i
ri.int lt'lt,'i- (d toI IIo k I.u.i-'4IH' i- of I1lt-
,, il I hli :nl t tell vepr l,'fldy alu-tt
ir r vi,'rrv fri' i aI rcr, nt openlilliot
r.,,r ;luiidi,'-lit After sih gu t' ithrouigb
it reinllitldd mri thor of ;IU UOperatiou
sli4- hadtl g.at tlhruwli n few yprs-r ago
for Ilit nmle thinilu.. ind It took some
tln, to tell about it. That reminded
a Ihilrd of an opPertlion she habid ont'
gone lirmht'ih. aind when so Gufautshed
teIlling it another of the-vi.-ltur, start-
ed to tell her experieuce onu Ib oper-
aItliig table.
At tlils moment n quiet little worn
an In one corner of the rods aroaseto
go. -- -
"I thought." she 4xpJaued .t'o lier
hostess. "that this was to have been a
business meeting' but it seems to bean
organ recltal."-Philadelphia Times,

The Key of Death.
The "key of death" Is apparently a
large key which is shown among the
weapons at the arsenal at Venice. It
was invented by Tibualdo. who, disap-
pointed in love. designed this Instru-
ru-ut for the destruction or his rival.
'bo key is so coubtruicted that the
handle may be turned around. reveal-
l'g ai small spriu_, whlch being press-
ed a very tie ne ,oedle is driven with
cotnsiderablle force from the other end.
This needle is so very title that the
rli- b cl,.-es9 over he wound immediate-
ly. leaving no mark. but the death of
Ibe victim Is almost lustantaneous.

Quite Natural.
"That play lhad soio very natural
"[Iruma of domestic life. eh?"
"Yes they had a new servant In
every scCUene, aud the heroine was a
brunette l aI t I and a blond in act
2."--Louisville Courier-Journal.

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Rkven Rock, W. Va., wriltea; "Thergive unlvereal oalt
racon.'" Dr. H. D. McGill, Clarksburg, Tano., writes:
In a practloe of I3 yEari, I have foudd no r'medvo t
eqal yorurs.. PAnes, 69 O sT. SAmpine Free. Pold

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Our Clubbing List.
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ermpt Raply.
'lea.Ltu 'i va'- deserlb-
ienceIc huw bh. life had
lby total a',tl'ieu e.
he jald, "tdat I uam now
Asuess. iF.ur years ago
Suen la our police who
above mine. One was
ug'h drunkeuuess. the
to crime and is nuw in
through that evil drink,
Of the kicked No,
l" he cried. "what has
my present high posl-

as .the uueperted reply
pom a member of his au

Ir jp Extra.

,~- o0f "Mexican
; "Tbhe- flrst thing to at-
'wais 'Grand Banos,' which
b sans 'grand baths.' Now,
t"s ride a man craves a
' more than all else, so I
'se aud entered. A large
be wall bore the following:
of water. 13 cents; with
ints. The person 'who de-
Dage the water will pay 10

rmen In Sweden.
Ie honor of Swedes thai
woman working for her
way lowers her social
ny pn ferisiounl ladies are
g:!of court oflelals and are
Welcomed lu the court
on Queen.
Wouldn't Have It.
of an Income do you
aid live on comfortably'Y"
cbuld manage to be very
,o about $10.000 a year
qe. found out that I wal
uch."-OChicago Record

rfi PILLS.
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y R-funde'l. Sent prepaid
.them on trial. to btL pi.d for
I y our drsuggislt di not
Lhe P

by? Dr. W. G. Mitchell

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| it,-', ectinn 1, and tihe
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n as the Mrs. Pet

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lying ille for some

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y irregularities.
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The Boy and the Book.
"The late Edward Lverett Hale,"
said a Boston magazine editor, "was
a greet student of child life.
"Dr. Hale ouce dilated to me on the
Incorrigibly bad taste in books that
children have. He Instanced the case
of his own son, now a famous archi-
tect. whose taste he had a bard time
"The little boy. It seemed, cared only
for the sensational in literature. Jack
Harkaway and Deadwood Dick seem
ed to him the very topmost pinnacle
of literary excellence. He yawned
over the splendid historical works his
father read to him.
"Oue day. however. Dr. Hanle had a
gleam of hope. The little boy brought
hIm a volume of Engilib history and
S W-" Vill you 'rend me some more out
of this, please''
"'Why, certainly, my boy.' the
father answered cordial. 'What part
would you like to hnve'r
'Rend me.' said the little lioy. 'abnut
Mary, queen-of So(,ts. getting her head
cut ft' and the blood lil running down
her back.' "

The new teacher glanced smilingly
over the school and was delighted to
see so many bright youug faces among
her new charges.
"Now. children." she said. "so thnt I
may find out what you know I wIll
test you on arithmetic. Maggle WI.
kins. If I were to divide three bananas
among seventeen boys what would be
the result r'
"A riot," said Maggie. speaking ul
like a little drum major.
"Possibly." said the teac-her. "but
that is uot what I mean. Tommy., you
may take the question. Three buannas
ainming three b,,ys-thHt would lie on
bt>in:nua apiece for each tboy. N,,w
thin'le-' [.un;ua is Itnolig eVe Ileen e '.- 'h
n '."Od lie whb,'i ."
i 'l;r bananas. tmin." answer
I', m. y.
"1 know, lbut three into setenteen Is'
S-;.l. the tac;lcher.
**TlI.r>e >Imn imius- v,iullih ', Irht, seven
iet-'i Ir.,'vy ca e Iriandi none, oie\ r." -saiti
l',';r'l y eo'lmlt idi'lt t'.
Tt v i il tha.rr rl:.'. tI '',, ew p' a.h'r r.
i5\'r~l}\ iJ Ih li % \ -r '.

The Vil-;crncI;a.
This tli.tir uoft bloody .iifl'ctis I u4
vast sea, so to speak. of a dense fores
-a second growth more thanu a century
.Id. Lt Is ui ud t;Up c'hiPtly of *<'rul'tly.
fow lluibd. ptubboru oaks and dl ior
d d. hagg;l ..iUte's. t tib 'oil iit
7 w Bry u u *ps' of uale' icldirs4
I Some ef the oaks are large enouglh ti,
cut two railroad ties, and every mlent
anid awhile y"hu come across au :inrt-
or two of planes ten to twelve luebes ii
dianllactr. tall nM tniPerl:g. true to I1th
Oilalr|;T prnilenii-i!i-s "f ti .ir kind I '1
2'eml e rl ll .1.im'l n;1- ill vhil' ,'' .tl "' I,,1i
Oli w'is f'u:.' ht. ll :11'-1. 1'r ,, 1 't1!.
mllllll d itl o i ,. a ,-P l.I,,'i t .r i' 1110d
thi k I r lilin .a- -. i '1,0 '" i, II ;'td with
.1 thi l k inchd -r'.,' -hi l ,: 1 'tl: i- ; V i'If
,i, illt i';d. ,,< I",, .. ,. .'s *:'*.
hl,, t .:h Illt tn.- .,1 ] '- e"" |lil.V0
The Connection.
Sc'tt-- I ere-'inllr reading of a very
rich Lion wh.t s Iid he'd sooner be poor.
Mliotr-Y at piobabltly you remem-
her r-i' t.'" --iun-'where that all men
nr li:i r.--I,! :.t. :a Tr",anscrilit.

: :C Crrclassly.
1,'; ii11 ; i. t !! to torin.
you A!l I ,a h. % ,it !t i. t '. i, )Doc
t(,r *'.Li. ., i,'T r i! ," 'r " '
c f u :i .5 a ft "X1 It %N
birds wvith (;,e 'ie

quoted t'- e vw:h I y :
"Y es. ,i'.'t "i" e. ," b..'ic- ," "' r !n ,..;n o
Ing at cn e." a4~Tt",, ht. .. ;p*'* rang -
Phllndelphia In .-f n '

If fortune piy. the-e faie today, to-
I orrow she'!N bs t.e--Bnjnamin.

The Entdre Trouble.
"Don't take it so bard," said the
lymlathlzing friend. "Remember that
hough your daughter Is married you
have not lost her."
"1 know," sobbed the bride's moth-
er. "That's the trouble. Julia and
ier husband bnve already picked out
the best room In the bouse for theirs."
-Chicago ltecord- eruld.

In Perfect Innocence. .-
The Beauty (turnug from a' long
gaze In the mlrror-1I do envy youl The
Friend (pleased. but Incredulous)-You
envy me, lny de-ar I wonder why.
The Benuty-Beoause you can see the
real me. I can never see anything but
the mere reflect lou.- London Punch.

No Bones Broken.
"It seems his uncle fell out of a bo-
tel window."
"Gracious' Any bones brokent"
"Not one."
"No. He was merely drowned. It
happened in Venice."

Her Reason.
"It is awfully pood of you to let me'
have a dan:e." a yonumg man remarked
gushingly to his leartner. "I can't
thbluk what made' you so kind."
"No?" the girl rejoined. "Why, don't
you ktow that it's a charity ball'"
A Modest Request.
Husband of (.ifted \%rlter-l; your
novel nearly done'.
(WIfted W'rlIer- Yes, my dear. but nmy
hero must die. you know.
"Well. aiter he's dead. will you sew
thIbis button on for me''" -F'li.gemind
Tho Lesson.
Sunday School leacher-What do we
leaHin roll II hw rory of lthe iad who
was tlill to InkIl utp his bhed and walk?
Small a iminle \% e learn tlant they
bad fodling lals InI ancient times.-
('bi ngo News.


water as it rura .I o ta* s"
below., These Jars ire siodti
center. ,bus enabling the wute tt6- T '
out while the oil collets ab ve tOW_ .:z,.
level of the exit. In this the, frst '..
stage the oil 'is of a brownish blue
tint, and ft now has to be refme-d by
passing once more through water. .
Thns all Impurities are removed., apd '
the nil runs out white, save for a Very
pale blue color similar to thnt observed
In paraffin. Three pounds of oil will
make thirty gallons o'f the perfumru..
The iiajortlty of ladles wculd L ee sur-
prised If they were lufornied that a
bottle of lavender water contains bWut
about a thlimbleful uf pure oil. fur a
larger propurtiuu would not only ren- a
der the water too stroug fur use, but
would I.uiru holes through the band-.
kerchlief whreve'r the sceut touched it.
-Louudou Standard.

A Coy Maiden.
A girl played postofflce at a party
and y, ;icLe and shrieked and howleJ
and ran Lblbind the door and scratcbhed
the young raan's face in seven places
ulT'it a lamp, kicked over the piano'
siool., and when lie finally kissed her
on the tip of the ear she fainted dead
away and-said she could never took
anybody tn the face ngnil. They'-ed
the bashful, modest, gentle, sobbing a
creature home, :tad the next day shir
ran away with a i6arrled lightulug roJ
peddler.-AIfuona (Kan.) TrIbune.

A StronF n.aso. '
"You always speak kindly to ycr'
witr "'Always." ans'.vered r. Meeklton.
"I never thinit of giving Heurietta a
lphrsh word "
"Bc'anuse you tbelere In ruling- by '
gentleijes.'" "
"No. Ee.a.1. e .( If pre-wervntlop I
the first law of ca'nre."-Wasihington A'
Difficult Advice.
Mrs. lRanyve wns talking to anonthter
young wonon at 11n t
"How dectiledly Iwttpr off n mann
would be." said the otili)e yclag wo- ,
man. "If be tIould oulyta luk his wife's
ad e I.,
"adue true. my diar." said .Mrsi-
Rayce. "I've advised my Getrge tirne
and time again nlf to tie on hrases
that don't win, lint e will do It."

The Value of Good


Is easy to figure if you know what your stomach
is worth. Kodol keeps the stomach at par value;
by insuring good digestion. Kodol cures Dyspepsia.

Kodol Insures good digestion by to special effort by "tonics" and
absolutely duplicating Nature's "stimulants" doesn't cure anything;,
normal process, In perfectly digest- or accomplish any good. Neither
Ing all food taken into the stom- does dieting. Indigestion and the
ch. serious ailments which it induces -
While Kodol Is doing this, the can be averted and corrected only
stomach is resting-and becoming by natural means.
strong and healthy. A strong and Kodol supplies this natural
healthy stomach guarantees a means. It performs the stomach'i
sound and active brain, work for it-just as the stomcadh
The man with a sound stomach should perform it-whilb the- 'tonm-
-a stomach that Is doing fpr the ach takes a little rest, 'ftor, them
body just what Nature intended, stomach's sake." .
it to do-is the man who s always
prepared for' any en ergn, .2.

, man sick e all over. hen the good, return the bottle to
stomach is irritated I-y udtgested e w'ill !efune qurmoe
food, the blood and heart are di- tiontor thetlA o"'th
rectly affected. Then dullness, un- kDPWggttnpwthat onrguaraits i
natural sleepiness, sick-headaches, 7tis otffe apttes to the laixe ott
vertigo and fainting spells, and to but ona in a family. The I.gl.
tie contains 2% times as much yas the..
even serious brain trouble develop. cent bottle. ... r -
Kodol will prevent these. Kodel is prepared at the Iab&di
Spurring the stomach and brain toriesofELC.DeWittt&Co,Cbical.
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