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Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 23, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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t S. Senator--I-t District, W. H. Milton, Mar'
SR; d Dit0t .P. Talferro acksonville;
.1a ad Di strisporkman

M u 'l e g p b s sPr J a m e D om us t r N o r a
County, Cromanton-;:astaster.
armdaP -Postmaster W, F. Woodford.

B-tist.--Chtrch Wyoming a"e, and Pearl st,
,v Hcrman S.Howard, postor;rea ching ev-
ery second Sunday morning and evening; Suu-
s dav 84 1 everv uoday at 9 a, m.; Praye

Pester St.u
Severe Thursday evening at 8 o' elcok,
Methodist Episcopal --Chfrh Washington Ave
and Chestnut St. Sunday School 9:30 a. in.,
every Sunday. Rev. F. Wineman. pastor.
esbyeria--Lurc corner Loraine Ave. and
PrDrake St. SundaySchool at 9:30 in. every
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
tree, pastor. .
Catholic-ChtOurch corner Wyoming Ave. and
Poster St.

": rker Lode No. 142

A Regular Commu-
nications on the first
A land third Saturdays
Sin each month.
SVisitiimg Brothers
U. E PAIMEU. Secretary

Notary Publc for State at Large; has jurisdiction
%-0o auIariswar 4 Wl affil- -- legalize
acknowledgements, etc., anywhere in lorida.
Special attention given to land conveyances
and marriage ceremony performed lor lawfully
qualified parties. )fice at the Buoy Odice,
St. Andrews.
Doctor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
of Bonn. Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
eases of Women and Children my Specialty.
Notary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.
Notary Public for Stteqat Large. Office at Store,
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt
twice of the Peace, Dist. No. 5. Office at resi-
: dence in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
his seal with him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments, wherever
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
diction, Collections a specialty.
Notary Public for the State of Florida at Large.
Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
ment of taxes for non-residents, specialties.

For Sale!

We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwst quarter of section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or balf-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W. A. UMMONP ". ")

The aboue is the name of a German
chemical, which is one of the many
.valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethvlenetetramine is
recognized by medical text books and
authorities as a urio acid solvent and
antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley's
Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice
any irregularities and avaid a serious
malady. Sold by all druggists.
Chinese Laws.
In lemon colored silk a Chinese dip-
lomat talked about Chinese laws.
"Some of our laws, you know, are
very stimulating," he said. "F'r ex-:
ample, Chi owed money to a money
lender. Chi would not pay, and the
money lender bhinged himself on Chl's
doorpost. Chi was ( You see, he was really responsible for
the mouey lender's death.
"A son able to support h~l parents
is imprlisoed for life if he won't do
so. A son table to support them is
imprisoned for three years, as we hold
-and quite rightly-that there must
be something wrong with a young man
who can't support his parents.
"Our police are excellent, thanks to
the stimulus of our law. When a
crime is committed a sleuth is put
upon the case and given, say, thirty
days to land the criminal. If the
sleuth fails he himself pays the pen-
alty of the crime, less two degrees.
That, too; is a just and stimulating
law, for if the police can neither pre-
vent nor punish crime then they
should be themselves punished for
their rank icapacty."--New York
L | m

$1.00 a 'ear in Advance.

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


Display adv. rates, 50c. per inch
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above rates.

If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
orthree extra numbers will be sent
you that no break mLiy occur should
you choose to renew.

President Zelaya has resigned.
He apparently had no other course.
The people at last aroused, as the
guns of the revolutionists threaten-
and warships of the United States
lay in the Nicaragua port.
He has sent a telegaDhic message
to President Taft that he has re-
signed the presidency; that he
wishes to leave the country, and
that he is ready to account for all
his official acts.
It remains to be seen whether or
not the United States will be satis-
fied with his manner of accounting
for the shooting of two of its citi-
Managua had been seething for
days. 'he spirit of revolt spread
even to the gates .of the palace.
Zelaya surrounded himself with an
armed guard, but the unchecked
populace marched through the
streets trying for end of the old,
and proclai ming for a new regime,
SWho will .tke up.; the reins nj
one knows, but no doubt congress
will act quickly on -the resignation,
as the people demand it. Dr. Jose
Madriz is Zelayas choice and he has
a strong following, but General Es-
trada, leader of tbe revolution, will
have none of him. Madriz is also
not acceptable to the United States.
Zelaya said he did not want to
give the United Statee a pretext
for intervention and hoped his suc-
cessor would bring about the re-es-
tablishment ot peace. News of the
resigantion. spread quickly, and
soon the crowds moved through-
the streets shouting for the United
States, Estrada and the revolution.
After a long illness, King Leo-
pold of Belgium passed away on
the morning of the 17th inst., at
Brussels. The usual ceremonies in-
cident to such events were observed
at the capital; but the masses had
slight manifestations of griei to ex-
press because of his tyranny over
his hapless subjects in the Congo
Independent S-ate, through which
he amassed a fortune amounting to
millions of dollars. A short time
before he died, however, he was
seized with remorse, repented and
expressed a wish that he might be
permitted, to live to make amends,
as tar as possible, for .the wrongs
he had inflicted.

VOL, XIX, ST. ANDREWS, FLA., DEC, 23. 1909. NO.
i3III5II l I I I I i II I I I3u" .... .... .. ... ..

*III VI1 I 4 -I1-1 I r l=pT -Ir+<4-



SA Jolly House Party and
a Disappointed Storekeeper

SCopyright, 9Io, by American Press
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The one daily train between Pinery
and Sexton was snowbound at Chest-
nut Gap, with snow still falling,. It
might get through In' twenty-four
hours, and it might not In a week. All
depended on the length of the storm
and the energy of the four or five asn
who constituted the.repair and emC-
gency force pf the shot narrow gauge
Ordinarily it would have made lit-
tle difference, for passengers were rare
and speed unimportant, but on this
day it happened there were seventeen
delegates converging from various
parts of the state to a church conven-
tion appointed at Pinery because the
small church there was the oldest in
the state and this day the anniversary
of its building. Moreover, there were
the proprietor of the one little grocery
store and the energetic wife of the
aged pastor. both returning from Sex-
ton with various supplies for the suste-
nance and entertaining of these same
delegates during the three or four
days of their proposed stay. .So it
was a matter of perplexity and con-
sternittion to the engineer and conduct-
or when the wheezing train ran its
head into a snow bank at the gap and
-ame to a standstill.
The country along the railroad was
wild an:d .'p:rsely settled. with Chest-
nut Gap at its most desolate point.
Twenty or more rods back from the
riad, with only a winding path leading
to it. was the only house in teu miles.
a one room cahin and loft, with wood-
en shutters fur willUlows and a mud
and stick chimney built at one end. To
this the delegates plowed their way
through the snow. the men kicking out
a path as well as they could for the
women, who straggled in Indian file
A girl of fourteen or fifteen opened
the door. oeger eyed and excited at
more visitors than she had seen in her
life. An old man was bending over the
fireplace. but rose and hobbled forward
at their eln r nce.
"Come In, 'olnne eightt 1iir lie ri'ied
hospitably. "Jest make yourselves to
home. Kinder wintry out, ain't it?
What Wimmeln too? Here, crowd
lost to the fire an' warm up an' dry
up. Wimmen fust."
They did so laughingly, though most
of them were shivering. A young man
quickly gathered up all the wood the
cabin seemed to cont(hin and threw it
upon the fire,'turning apologetically t(,
the host after he had done so.
"We need thawing out first." he ex-
plained, "and you invited us to maka'
ourselves at home. But never min.
the fuel. There are eight men in ouw
party, and we will soon hi'av, mior
The conductor tells us we c (!lt:ot gr-
away under two days and pl)erhaps n-
upder a week. Now. what can you d(
for us?" with a quick and rather qnui
zical look about tle cabin,. "Whalt sor"
of accommodations and provisions ca,
you furnish'?"
"Plenty o' both." heart;ly. "They's :
loft overhead jest the size o' th!i roo:'
'cept for the roof being' slanting Win'
men can have one an' men t'uth.r. a:'
I raised a heap o' turnips las t fail
more'n four acres. 1 did figcr to s '
'em, but price was so scan'alous 1:i'
that Bet Ann an' me berried 'emt i:
hole under the foor, Lucky, too,. nov
ain't it? But say! What might ryou:
name be? l'm Len.Tuckemr."
"Thank you. My name's Tomni Asl,
ley. I am glad you have so ninny tu-r
nips. Now, what sort of o:her provi
sions have you to go with them?"
"Why, nothing. genially. "Ye see
my land's too poor to raise other stnli
But turnips is mighty good oin
healthy an'digesti an' Bet Ann at.
me eats 'em right along. We 114;
'em. Bet Ann has some snares on
back o' the house an' now an' ag'in
catches a rabbit for relish. Ye see.
I'm too roomatiky for goin' out in
weather. But of course one rabbit
wouldn't be much relish for all your





Annual Statement for the Year Ending June 30t, 1909.
Date. To whom Paid.
July 1st, 1908. By cash on hand, brot down........... 11,,8 86
Foa school lots....... -.,......-,,, ..".', $ 90
new builditngs.,,s... ..s.. ,,,...,...... 2,449 18
repairs.............................. 880
furniture....................... .... 449 91
insurance.......................... 30 00
rent.................................. 15 00
incidental expenses of schools ....... 247 39
sub tax school salary,.... .... .,.. 541 80
salaries of teachers........ ..... .. 19,18 10 Q
salary of superintendent........... 1.20000
traveling of superintendent ...... 15 00
per diem and mileage of school board, 290 00
commission paid trei.re .... 462 37
incidental expenses of Board and Supt 124 37
printing financial statements ..... 122 00

expense of examinations...... ... .. 80 00 .t
school chart ....................... ~ti .
this year's warrants.n paid July 1. 1908 53 48
old warrants paid during year....., 109 23
July 1, 1908. Received from County school levy.,....... .. 1,26l 18
tax redemption.. ......... 36 66
Spollu-.ax....................1, 00
special district taxes........ ,637 ,9
do do previous year.. 1,03 24
apportionment inst. state fund, 1,704 34
Sdo state (1 mill tax) 8,194 49
tuition non-resident pupils,.. 16) 00
examination fees ......,...... 09 0W
all other sources............... 267 24
July 1, 1909 Total warrants Issued during year..... .... 26 995 84
838,049 91 138,049 91

"No, I suppose not," agreed Ashley.
He turned to his comn tpins. "You
hear what our'host says. I am glad
you all love turnips."
There was a slight shiver through
the group. Then one of the women
rose bravely to the occasion.
"We always have turulps with our
Christmas dinner at home," she said
cordially, "and occatonally at other
times, I believe. This will be such a
nice chance for us to famolllarze our-
selves withits possibilities. Of course
they can be cooked in different ways.
Now, Mr. Tucker. arP weto have the
upstairs room or this? I think many
of the ladies have wet feete--s night
like to change. We brought our bags
from the train."
"Why, jfst take *our ch'ice," be-
nignly. "ta all .e.nFi four-
selves ti home. BIu i' .. 'Tare to
be going' in an' out this room. fixin' the
fire an' doing' things, so m.r'be the
loft '11 be best for the wimtnn. Bet
Ann '11 show ye. Go right up through
that hole in the corner. an' don't be
skeered o' the ladder. I made it my-
self, an' it's strong an' stiddy."
When they came down, one by one.
they found a great pile of firewood be-
side the hearth, which the men had
gathered, and Mr. Ashley was out ber
hind the cabin examining Bet Ann's
snares and preparing more. There was
no gufi in the -cabin. and natural.
none of the party had one.
The wonlthi who had spoken of fa
miliarlzing themselves with the possi
abilities of turnips soon possessed her-
self of all the information her con-.
panions had on the subject and then
with Bet Ann as grinning and delihll-
ed chief helper, set aboit preplmrinp-
two bushels or more of tham into aw
appetizing dishes as the scant acces-
sories of salt, pepper, hot water and
fireplace would allow. But, though
they were all hungry, the first mer s
was not a very hearty one.
Among the delegates was amateur
talent of various kinds, and the long.
evening was devoted to singing, to imn
prompt lectures and Informal talks.
to charades and tableaux and games
and sleight of hand performances, the
latter give by some of the muore ver-
satile young men.
The nexst day it was still snowing.
with the depth and drifts too formidl-
ile to attempt to escape from the gap.
;ind the evening's diversion was con-
inted. v:it i canly si vu-hbrleaks as tur-
*iip < ,co-kl g ani'd wiring t't1 igh tho
-l:oxv to Bi t Anni's snares- and* amni-
,aua:'1d utirt ovultcir 'y cativeration.
On the fourrth, diay. a lribbJit was
uhit nt ':(!d w c-,t into thie 1unkiIng of an
,em ritlile I',rotli that w'iS to soothe.
-'.,,'ry i L r villltl -s ai' ft' lile After
"li; ti,, tr ltl.hilts. -'en. ei toi h, i'v'e aln
"!khliug *.;' the al nlior''inl nli' n appetiiti e.
for no more ventlr(-d to even approach
he bnit tlat Iet! Ann iand Mr. Ashley
m'trewvd afl t;ibh t the ;.ir s.
Tlbse days h;ad betn a season, of
-'ontniciiuus and bewildering delight to
Bet A:n. an:d even her falter's face
!iad benmintd as it had never beamed
before. Lron Tucker was a re(luse
who did not believe in people because
Ihe had never known mach al)out them
;and who conldemnIed education because
he had none of it himself. People werp
wicked, and to be able to read was to
find things in newspapers that were(
lies. So Bet Ann had never learned
her letters.
But ;: week with the earnest, jolly.
delightful party of delegates had gir-
en nAew ,c:: ,e. Ision to Tucker's eyes.
When th, sixtil day brought a snow-
plow pulling through the drifts and Itl
party be'; .i to mike preparations s fo
departe(!' I',i fac showed real regret.
Bet .An-i \v:-s icing her grief noisily.
"W e'vU il bidthe best time of outr
liv-s.'" T'iluer said as he hobblld to
the door to say goodtlb. "Miel)be 'v
been mnistook 'bout fllks. '1'itrm. ':ian't
none o" you wic.ked. an 'all them thing.
you read was real grand. I've bee:
thinking' It over, an' I guess I'll ma,.v
down to the village in' give Bet Ann a
chauc.t for sc hoolin'."
"That will lie nice for both of you."
commended one of the womln lih',mti--
fly. "And be sure you let ilO know ;i
the address 1 gave you. Ve will seant
some books and other things to Bei
Ann and you. Now, goodby."
When they reached the train the onl,
discontented one seemed to be th>
storekeeper. He muttered to himself
for awhile, then blurted out:
"Ye paid an outlandish price for
them turnips."
"Oh, I don't know:" laughed Mr.
Ashley. "We are perfectly witistii,'d.
We were glad to pay well for them

.IL fur the ;ccnommodaltion. A.\:d \ should remember Mr. Tucker did not
*:'ly charge anything. it hits been
A jolly week.-The only drawback I can
think of is that we could not get to a
store to .b.iy s Ome more Iprovisions."
"If I'd knowed thing?( Wt( to be paid
for I could 'a' let ye have plenty," the
storekeeper grumbled.
"But your store is too far away."
"Oh. I've got plenty right here on
the train!" dtsconteiiftll.y, "Only bein'
delegates I thought mebbe ye'd have
to be took care of free. wisht I'd"-
But the look on Mr. Ashley's face
suddenly silenced him, and he slunk
away to a seat by himself. And at
that moment came a series of jerks
and bumps which were preliminary to
getting the cars in motion; then the
train started.

At the End of

The Summer

* The Game of Golf That *
S Richard and Mar-
cia Played.


SCopyright, 1909, by Associated Lit-
erary Press. 4

Marcia. in a red sweater, made a
bright spot on the other side of the
Richard waved to her. and she waved
back. dropping, her bag of golf clubs
and standing on tiptoe so that he
might see her clearly above the bushes.
When he came up to her he said:
"Such energy! It's only T o'clock."
"1 hoped to be early enough so that
I could go around the course alone."
The words were severe, but her eyes
"You know you'd rather go with me."
Richard built up a tee of sand neatly
and topped it with his round white
"I've made my drive," Marcia said,
"and my ball is lost over there,some-
where in the bushes; so, if you please.
I'll follow my nose and find It."
And away she went. And Richard.
putting all his skill into his drive, sent
his ball halfway to the first hole. Then
he picked up his bag and marched ln
leisurely fashion after .Marria.
"Found It?" he questioned.
"That's a woman's trick-to lose a
She whirled around on him. "Just
as it is a man's trick to lose his heart!"
she blazed.
He grew white. "I didn't think
you'd say a thing like that." he said
and turned and left her.
She went running after him. "Oh.
Dick, Dick!" she cried. "I didn't mean
it." He tramped on, unheeding, and
at last she came up to him and laid
her hand on his arm. "Really, I didn't
mean it." she pleaded.
He stopped and looked down at her
gravely. "I'll admit it wasn't very
nice of me to make that remark about
the ball." he said. "but there's a dif-
ference between making fun of a girl's
game and making fun of a man's love."
"Yes, there is," she admitted. "And-
I'm scrry. I)ick."
Of course he forgave her, as he had
forgiven her all summer, ever since
that first night when he had been pre-
sented to her in the ballroom of the
big hotel and she had divided his
waltz with some one else. But she
had begged pardon so prettily that he
had felt almost as if he were the of-
"But this i the end," he said sternly.
"Let's have it out right here. Marcia."
"Have what out?'
"All of it. We are going home to-
morrow, and, try as I will. I can't get
an opportunity to ask you to marry
"Oh !"
"You've held me off and parried and
run away. but it's got to be settled
here and now." And with that this
very fierce young man sat down on a
hillock and uotioned her to another.
"Oh. my goodness!" said Marcia
faintly, but she did as she was told.
"Of course I know I'm not worthy
of you and all that. I haven't much
money, but I've got health and strength
and the will. I've got ambition, and
I'm going to win out in the fight of

I don't know-I don't knowy Wye al-
ways been poor, and I've never had
pretty things, and I want them. I
want to go into the ballroom all in
chiffon and pearls instead of in my old
white dresses and my little chajn with
the gold heart. Think of it. Dickle-
I've never had any jewel but that, and
I want jewels. Every girl wants them,
and Mr. Doring could give the. to
But Richard was not listening. He
took out his watch. "Marcia," he said
in a practical way, "have you had
your breakfast?"
She looked up surprised. "Why this
change of subject?" she faltered.
"Because you're tired and nervous,
and I don't think you are capable of
saying what you think," he said. "I
am going to take you over to the inn.
We'll breakfast on the bluff, and Cecile
will make us an omelet and some per*
feet coffee, and we shall have a basket
of white rolls. Will you go-?"
"Why, of course," said Marcia un-
certainly. "But it was such a funny
thing for you to think of breakfast--
right after you proposed to me."
"You've heard of bread and cheese
and kisses," said Richard flippantly.
"Well, this is a case of adoration and
omelet. Come on, Marcia, mine."
"I'm not yours."
"You're going to be," said Richard,
and he picked up their bags and
The inn was a little French place
where delectable meals were served
to those who tired of the regular hotel
fare and where, it was whispered.
certain gay souls sat somewhat late at
This morning Cecile, the trim land-
lady, met them at the door with radi-
ant welcome. They should have the
omelet and coffee-such corlep And
away she went, smiling, while they set-
tled themselves at a table on the porch.

Through tbe windlw they rt'fiikt sm
into thp dining room, wnhre .thjr', wa:
one table not yetf 'le.r,4t of t w iJ
empty b)ottleait as ti-v a i ndli'7 #il
denes of a miduilcht ufeasl. Half
sprawled across the table lay a imin
Marcia. peepitgi tthrtigh ft w \fnl-
dow. said, "He evid4t3tty d4i,,'t kn,'0 r
it's morning."
Richard nodded. ";'t-' Wake hitd
up," And he began uat rtlvery (tatt"7n
with hls knife on the glawssi.
The mada ytrfted. stretcbhd and raul
ed a face red ano adden,.
Marcia caught at Richard's arurt
"Why," she whblpered. "why. R'cbard
But before Rkihard Cp0ld tliSwef
Dorlng stumbled out on the porch
gave one look at Mnr-la and led.
Then Marcia looked at illebard,
"You knew," bshe said, "that be was
He laid his band on hers. "I'
he told her "that be wan no fl
for you. Marcia. At*l] I wn

to If'bu |lbd :to nut ilp i
He pointed to -the wtliio bottler
other room.
She shuddered. "I-1 didn't #41y
Intend to marry hlm-be-cause I doll't
love him. Richard."
"And you didn't mnen wbat you said
about wanting money?" he qeetlon.'d
Her eyes met his firnrerl. "Y'Te I
do like money, Dick. Iut I wouldn't
sell myself. I couldn't nmirry without
"Neither would T. m41d i)l'kle Imld-
ly. "So when are ytu golnir In matrry'
me. Marcla?" :
She laughed. "In thfe .'l.rfiu p'r-
ha ps."
"As If I'd wait." tr 1l:i-hnrd mman
terfully. "After lbri';kfast we'll p"i
back to the links. And if f in tuh
game you'll have to mnrry me In .t,
tober, and If you win. I'll wait ~Utti
So back through the elter Septeti de
air they went and played !~1i bole.,
And Marcia did her best. But. a
woman is only a woman, abd Il A-
was famed for his good game; An.
so, after all, the weddlng-eawist to
edd of the summer.

The best pill-is DeWitt's Little Ear-
ly Risers-the safe, easy, pleasant and
sure 'little liver pills. DeWitt's Usr.
bolized Witch Hazel Salve is the origl
final. Good for outs, burns, or bruises,
and especially for piles. Sold by Ill

A Prib Wwtchdoqg.
SGentlemau-Btt I au afraid he
Wouldn't mWake a godl watchdog. Moa
(with bull terrier)-Notm a good wete4.
dog! Why, Lor' bless your 'earUt4Jal
only last week that tlrt- wery animal
Shield a burglar down by the throat and
beat his brfta out with bi tall.-L-on
don Tatter.

W. H. Milton, Presdent. I M. Dillon. Vice President. John Milton, Ill. Secy-Treas.

SIVilton La.nd aCndL IveEst4xente CoItmpan,:y,


OA A $200,000

"Sy, sell and deal in real estate, notes stocks, Secure Court, official and other bonds.

bonds, etc. Receive, hold and disburse money and act a ,

Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insurance. trustees and agents for others.

Lend and borrow money, both as principal and By special agreement will lend money for oth.
asagent. ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment

DIRECTORS-ohn M. Dilon, John Miton, jr. W H Watsonohn Milton; 11. H. H. Lewis.J.E. Gammon, J. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell and W. H Milton
DIREC M. Address: W. H. MILTON. President. Marianna, Florida,

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4 01



July 1, 1909. Actual cash in treasury, this date,........... $1105
We certify as to the above being correct in o\pry particular
Attest, G. B. BIJSH, Chairman.
B F. GAINER Sec.'y and Co. Supt.

life. and I'I make a plaCe fo'r you if
you'll let me. And I'd do anything to
save you from Doring."
Her head went up. "I like Mr. Dor-
ing," she emphasized. "He's very po-
"I'm not," said Richard bitterly.
"Oh, you needn't rub it In! But you
keep me so stirred up. I'm not half
bad when I'm normal."
Her laugh had a tremble in it. "No,
you're not halt bad." she agreed.
He turned to her eagerly. "MarceI,
you don't love-Doring?"
She arose quickly. "He is worth a
Richard stood up also. "As ft that
would make a bit of difference to
you," he said. "You may have your
faults, Marcia, but I don't. believe you
are mercenary."
She was fingering her cleek nervous-
ly. "But-but I am mercenary, Dickie,
boy," she said very low.
He stared at her. "Marcia," be said
sharply, "you wouldn't marry Doring
for his money?"
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S--- IIi-'i -- --
fblonid-St. Andrews Bay-St.
fdrct dift Range Light--Cau-
-dWifg chang iti the
,/ ef i these lights do not mark
the bedt water. Mariners should
hot atttkntf to enter without local
knowledgd.---b'fiast kd Gnodetic
port for Decemblf, 1909.
The 'fitpon arrived from the
Ibuth at 9:00 o'lock a. m. Friday
d .oam Mobile and Plensacola at
*1) to at., yesterday.
SThe Manteo arrived from New
OrMean via. Mobile and Pehfacola
at 11:00 A. rti. T'iesday. Owing
to some diffiedlty between the man-
agement and Capt. McLaughlin
that official resigned the captaincy
and the Mafiteo laid at the wharf
in Panama City until 9 o'clock
Wednesday evening, when Capt.
W E. Spiva was put in command
had took ihe vessel out.
The schr. Lucy H. stiled for
Pensacola Inst Thursday with A full
.eargo of naval stores.

T he following table record- the max
imam, minimum ahd mean tempera-
iare the rainfall and direction of the
wind fur the twenty-fonr hours ending
Ift t.ooloak p. m., as indicated by U. S.

D*t*......| | a & RIn. Wind
Dee..15 60 4S 58 .00 w
16 61 35 43 .00 n
H 17 55 30 42 .00 e
18 59 29 44 .20 n
a 19 50 40 45 .20 nw
20 48 34 41 .31 ne
"e 21 01 31 41 00 n
I 5 351 441 .71 I
: ...../

Alone I t MWtnill It Alldtight
ftaaindful of dampness, drafts, storms
6rtold, W. J. Atkins worked as night
*atehman at Banner Springs, Tenn'
SuchespmOMre gave him a severe cold
that settled On his lungs, At last he bad
to give ftp work. Ho tried many rem-
edies but all failed till he usad Dr.
Xi %s New Discovery. "After using
On title he writes, "I went back to
W well as eve." Severe colds,
,3f- t t ~_- ,---41
gs. homorrhages, croup and
wh ling cough get quick relief and
t cure from this glorious medi-
eloe.'.50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
guarantee by A. H. Brake and Gainer
Meeroatlle Co.
Imperiled Treasure.
Indignant Wife-That new chauffeur
has only Just brought the children and
ble home, and now he's takett tbhe cook
Out for a spin. FlnbaLnd--rea. heav-
en! He doesn't'hnff know how to man-
age a car. and she's the first decent
cook we've had in a year.-Brooklyn
Either Way.
"[fL friCdll mttly consists o get-r
tng the things tWe *at," remarked
fhe wise guy.
"Or of otlt getting the things we
don't want," supplemented tI~E Mmple(
anug.-Philadelphia Record.

Thls Is Wofth Rememmbering.
Whenever you have'a cough or cold,
just remember that Foley's Honey and
Tar will cure it. Remember the name.
Foley's and Tar, and' refuse substi-
Utes. Sold by all Draggirts

S The Value of His Time.
fung physl'eains in the smaller
fhwns hare an idea that appearing
fery hbui will help them greatly Irl
fi~rtlr'g a'prbctlr.e. The following was
tld by and te-senator. Dr. Godfrey
fanter of Kentucky. Dr. Hunter had
d' cail flter ftrhtoorn following- the
dfandlti ntrt of his "shingle" and
mhirtKfi1fhtigh town In his buary at
f O1fl' trfF1l. A policeman stopped
f enatperlwriIng phyriclan.
t'tObO.'* he said. "1 hi i tilnst the
Cty ordinance rit drl't at the speed
yod' are goitn. frto must aeomnipany
iete tb'tte Jitd de and pay your ftne."
What-tis the lwer' Iaiqtuie the dbc-
"Five dollars."
The doctor's band 6*ew o his pocket.
"*'Hre's $10. I' aVle'b come l m u Just
" fast aWr I'a going."-Bnecess Maga.
s ie.

e)G3A L9 ImrE.? :number and he decided tO abandon the HERE'S TO ST. ANDREWS BAY !
-A Christmas Pie will be served for' To Know Her Is To Love Her HEALTH, STRENGTH and
-Don't forget the Town Eleftion, the M. E. Sunday school on Christmr.s BEAUTY I A Renewal of Life, a Freedom From Pain; Care and
Don't forg'u the Town Ele day.I
nextlTuesday. 1 -DI Jansenius has been putting a Wrinkles, are Perquisites to Her Devoteed. She makes ARTISTS
-The German American Lumber
omjan ve a freetripo n roof upon his residence cottage OF COAL HEAVERS; IDEALIS'TS OF ARriST! Hunting, Fishing;
Ce Jolly Rover to all wht me to buy duri Boy he past week. d t Yachting. Rest for the Weary! Enjoyment for AILI Summer and
holiday goods at their large depart- friend and progressive fruitgrower, Winter! Regarding Board; Cottages and Everything, Write H. N.
ment stoe. Mr. E. T. Schmidt, of Cook, on East Wellesi Seledt Ctb Man;
--Ulank Warranty Deeds, new re- Bay for a generous package of hisl M
vised, improved *hoft lotit printea on fine evaporated pears as a holiday weary as a Student. The Same Stock
good liaen Daperi 250 per dozen: also gift. r., S. makes a specialty of sup- When Robert Edwin Peary i~ ~ People W'ho knew the Huntley fam-
blank eeps-100 reps n a bok plying all who choose to patronize him student fit Bowdoin college, as a mine- uiy, .."ot and( briuch," always .sail
100oach. at the Buov office with his evaporated fruits, ber of the cldss of 1877, the professor that there ,coull i U iy one other per
-The Bank of St. andrews has is- The tax collector and assessor w of clil engineering. George L. Vose. son. in tie word as bunt an tacticss:
sue a6 handsome wail t'al idar for start on a tax collecting and assessing directed him to a difficult problem. A as James Huntley. aunt that was his;
1910, handsomely embellished with a round from Vernon on MoIday, .Janu- large, comply eated covered wooden cousin Wllia. Jamn. fired in New
Fair Equestrlenne,' which is being ay 3 and they will be in St. Andrewsbridge had been constrpcted across the York and William Bston. One day
iE s n w h e ay 3 and they wllbe n St. Andrews Saco river without aud iespect for James appeared at \Viiiiid'g hotue juAt
mailed to its patron and friends, gen- on Thursday and Friday, January 20 scientific principles. When the bridge at dnnepr tied.
-erally. and 21. Notice of their Ilineraacy wns threatened to fall, the designer tele-. "WVll. thi s I stifitise said Wil-
-A ChRitmas frbe will be loatloi in received too late to be published in its scoped another bridge into it in such a liam. you'ree the last person in the
the Baptist church, Christmas Eve; at entarcty in this issue, but it willappear curious way thatthe fall of the whole world I should have expected to see
7:30 o'clock the tree will be unloaded in the Buoy Ltfjt week, structure was even more imminent, tonight: Got tired of houm;'"'
All are cordially invited to bring p es- --.r. C..L. Joyner having purchased Peary was sent to make a drawing "You wouldn't have tieifi the if 1
ents .or their frieflds and place tnern the remainder of the Holluv & Peel showing Just what beams and pins could have got through my business in
upon the tre,r distributonstockof merchandise in theold Brack- would give way first and just ow the time to atc the clock train" said
upon the tre, lo dstribtioi stock of merchandise in the old Brack- strain would feel its course from weak-J James. "1 tried hail &i uh ."
-The Chicken-Pie Supper give in stand, that establishment will hbre- ness to weakness. It was an extremd- The cousins looked c(.he-rinly at eaeh
last Friday night by the ladies of the aiter be a feature of the J. R. Thomp- ly complicated problem, involving test other and were quite unaware of the
Methodist Ctiurih was a prohQunced son & Co. mercantile busine s, with after test and persistent calculations. frantic efforts made by Mrs. William.
success, and the Buoy understands that Mr. [Joyner in charge; while Mr. tet, shortly after Peary made his full to guide the conversation into a smooth
the churoh -funds were replenished to Thompson will remain with the Wash- report, the bt collapsed precisely as channel. Seated at last at the dimnne
the extent of about thirty-fiye dollars. iugtun avenue and Bayview street eEF he hadt pr ted.-Professor W. o. table and attackllig the roast beef, tht
-Santa Claus visited the home of tablahmen. FosterYork st.host said:
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bulloek, somewhat F. & A M ELECTION A Hearty Appetite dop in on us this waye w without ar-
prematurely last Monday evening at 7 F OFF ICERS. is what mostbables have, but it is ofno ing. I'd have ordered a better dinner."
o'clock and made their home coi. piete At its regular Communication benefit to them if they have worms. Be "Don't trouble rdbout that," said
by prseing them wh a bouncing held on Saturday the 18th inst. ure your baby is not troubled with James heartily. "It does well enough.
baby boy; Dr. Mitchll being in at eld on Saturday the 18th inst.them. Sure sivptoms-always hungry, and next time 11 be sure to let you
tendance. Parker Lodge No. 142, F. & A. M. rings under the eyes, not gaiining in know beforehand."-Youth's Compan
-Mandsome leiter neads with St. elected the following members as weight and yellow oomploxion. A few ion.
Andrews Bay date line ana views ol officers for the ensuing year. doses of White's Cream Vifrmifuge nte The K s
either SLt Andrews Bluff, or Buena McE. Rogerson, W. M. will expel all worms. It is a positive eS The KHIUls A
Vista V'olnt, at 8c per dozwn; aloo, map cure and reollble. Price 25c, per bot-
of the St. Andrews Bay country on W. H. Parker, S. W. tie. Sold by Gtiner Mercantile Co. Weakened by Over-Wor
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen, F. M. Boutelle, J. W. The Edge of Night. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood,
at the B-iov office. R. E, Palmer, Sec. There are only twenty-four hours to
-Thruh onl corrrspone i day-to the day and the night. And Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re-
-Through eronalcor'rsponadene W. A: Emmons, Tres, ow re left f f iet time be sponsible formuchsickness andsufferin,
S. Senator P. Talferro advises therefore, if kidney
S. Senator J. P. Talierro advises Audley Spicer, S. D. tween the light and the ddrk! Ours is tro e is ermitednt
Mr. J. H. Drummonp -that the report 5 erieII
of the Waterway survey recently cont H. M. Spicer, J. D. a hurried twilight. We quit work tonle, serious re
of th Waterway urvey leep; we wake lp to work again. We suits are most likely
pleted across this portion of Florida. J, Ji Hohmes, Si S. measure the day .6y the clock: we to follow. Yourother
has been placed before the Board of J. S. Gray, J. S. measure the night by an alarm clock. organs may need at-
Army Engineers: but that. it will hard- K. N. Fox, Tyler Life is all ticked off. We are murdered tention, but your kid-
ly be taken up for consideration ULtil by the second. af *e4 fldd is aIway neys most, because
y be ten o osiderio Finance Committee:-W.H~ Par- and a night with wider margins, a he i m6it nd
afer the holidays. Fnceshould have attention
--It appeared that the Buoy was mis ker, P, F. barker, W. B Gray. dawn that comes more slowly and a o first. Therefore, when
informed when it reported l ast week Vigilance Committee.-F. M longer lingering twilight. Life has too your kickeys are weak or out of order,
informed when t reported last week little tdvage; it is too often raw and you can understand how quickly your en-
that the North Bay mail launch was Boutelle, G. M. B. Harries, W. J. raveled. Room and quiet and verge tire body is affected and how very organ
broken down at the mouth of West Lee. are what we .wf:t; not more 6tals for seems to fail tot'Ao'd duty1
Bay. The contractor advises that it Parker Lodge loses the year is tme nor movie figures fo6 tie dials. I f yolare sic or feel badly ein
We have things enough, too-more taking the great kidnity fie y .
must have been some otuer boat-that a most heppy and prosperous con than enough. It is space for the things, Kilmer's Swamp-Root, A trial-i.Io
the mal l boat has not been broke dition--peae andharmony pre perpevend the rt measure for since ouof itsgreat rit.
down and does not expect to be, for vail .the things tawe lack-a measure not Sa The mi and im ediatideffect a
his launches arealways kept in per- ne foot short of the distance bMtween bladder remedy, is soor.realized. It
feot condition and passengers can rest Superstitious Kemcdies. tu and the stars. 'stands the highest beca its reitarkablt
assured of saf enn! pleasant accommo- For whooping cough a cooked dor- If we get anything off of fhe fields health restoita properties have been
datious, mouse is good. In the eighteenth tce- worth while ft willU b.this measure, proven in thousands of most istress-
-The Buoy is indebted to U S. S tury this remedy was .mujil,,yd I i this largeiiess annd qffrr. it may b ing cases. If you nded a medicine you
--The Buoy Is indebted to U. S. Sem -it-of h 'not[' thlsn.drgil ss 'and qde 'It may e sk-hould have the best.
tor J P. Tallaferro for a magnificent .otland. Here i either inedici only an owl o a tree toad that we go hold he th i
for the s:nie compainhit: "Wat:ercreI.s forth to see., It how much more we fifty-cent ando ne-dol-
large wall map of the United States, is a very good thing, sir, with a little fnd in things we cannot hear by day- lar sizes You may
5x7 feet dimensions. This is probably bit of thati brown sugar what yon uses things loug. long forgotten, things' iW have a sample botle
ihe most complete map of the Uhited to put on to Ib,:on ;intl some honey never t onght or dreamed before. by mail free, also a
States ever published, showing all the mixed % i:h it. And I'll tell yoi what'- The day is none too short, the night ,pamphlet telling you .m owa- -
Ss. -'l-4L--_ *~oiB B g.-_ -iiad-.,ur croi bu it a rlest,. nope too lon. but nil to, ilirrow is t how to find out if you have kidney or
flB~~J. I.&4~ 4 I -IWI~ifl~4R a xStfjkX4!W05 U .LA3- the h-

turesof the country, and ti a Buoy gs
justly pro-d of being a assessorr so
perfect a map. The only difficulty the
Buoy experiences is in finding a va
cant place 'upon the office walls large
enough to display it.
-While credit as being given for
having the range lights at the St. An-
drews Pass corrected, the fact should
not be overlooked that Mr. J. H. Drum-
mond was the bearer in person to Wash,
Ington, of the neceesity for this service
and presenting the matter to Senator
Taliaferro, that gentleman otonce ap-
peared before the Lirghthouse Board
and secured anm order for the changing
of the liabts. Without the prompt ae*
tion o f these gentlemen it is more than
likely that the service would have
been postponed indefinitely
-December 2' brings' again, ont, of
the shortest days of the yeafr. The 25th
was evidently chosen by Christians as
the birthday of the Christ.. and typical
of increasing light upon the eafth. In
those early days f the Christian Era(
the faot that there is an einator was
unknown-they never dreamed that
one-half of the earth was behind ihroud-
ed in darkness to the same extent that
light was dawning upon the other half.
Thus time is destroping the old tradli
tions and the Era of Science is slowly.
but just. as surely dissipating ignor-
-Prof. Lash closed his singing class
with a meritorloui concert at the Bap-
tist 'church Tuesday night. By the
harmony and melody of the voices in
the production of the interesting pro-
gram, the Professor hasishown himself
a master of the musician's art. There
was a fair 'attendance at the concert;
but, it was deserving of a much larger
one. Prof. L expressed his wil:iog-
ness to conduct another term if he
could be guaranteed at least twenty pu-
pils; but a canvas of those present
failed to secure names enough to make
it probable that he could secure that


CAPITAL STOCK, IV 4 $15,000.

Jo, IL BRUNOND, PIeslirint. J1

Fe $IILLOOK. ('asiaret.

DiR r~C :crO ;,
Judge L. J. REEVES:

Your Patronage is Repectfully Solicited,'

barou fut trhid down aI a r.l llt It rI*,
solves add some ,pe l'r aud linegatr.
it iloens the piles of lihu luu1h d'.ie
see." And it y ru ate adveutiirousi
yun may try this for "phlegmu on to the
chest" Catch a "dear little dotty
frog" and tie a bit of string to one of
its bach legs. 'Th'le you "keep on let.
ting it go dowin your throat and pull-
lug It up aagilfi." The narrator of this
adduld to '1. \. Tlfoursdff. wt1 i sets
do \\n these stories: "It's the truth.
youmg fellow, and it cleared the
Iphlegitf (c"t of his throat bootiful. but
we wuihi't d' s1uchr' a thing as that."
-Iudou Chr'lronIh I;

Boomerang Kinks.
There if gt(od manly "kinks" to be
-aruna'd t(o (hiiroi the boomerang skill-
I'nly. Onise ts always to throw against
lie wild f y61i wanllt it to conle Ili'ck
;o you. If tf a i .inri fitire aeroplane
f.or it lltPrfn.dy s;adi s nt'',t,. thie wind
indl f isrine 0[pward and (iiiward b.
thie lrete. If the player wants tc
make ar liig C is't.iij afsrfightaway
record he itil Ithro1 tfh the wind
but lie imlUst tllke are to select a
i"Hoair;ang wh'-h is heavy -so hieavr!
that it will not bid ft(f fi.li l' Tfectet
by tie itlrl currents. IB 1P)inting thl
hol, illlrne rn l t a ertain'iti)le iie pcat
makei It t f ifloft int cIrles like a
hal'k i1,il It IiSyi Lbe as high as lot
feet above the earth. As hi golf Iplay-
ing. it is ,ot so much mnere strength
that makes a long thrower. but thl
skill in affiting. thl 'ireettotn and l ii
boometralng throwing the tny iin whlil'l
advantage may be take of the air
currents.-St. Nichiols.
Fixed Stars.
There are no fixed stars. When we
look 0p att the stars they appear to be
very still and pje~cafi., ut astrono-
murs s know that such is lot the case.:
bhut ltltit eanch one" is moving. some
with Ineredible speed. Invisible to the
unaided eye. yet visille to the nstmru-
inents at their disposal. Our sun. for
instance. which i nothing ihore or
less than one of lhe "stars" supposed
to be "fixed." is moving along. with
the entire solar system. toward a point
in the constellatloi l H-trcI lpi ill tin-
ture. from the most illsigniti on lt gerl'I
to the largest worlld; everyt4thag Il i '
perpetual modtiol.
jCould He
If a man saw his iLter fall .nto a
well. why could he not rescue her?
Because he could not be a brother and
assist bheitb6.
He Knew Better.
SMfr. Budd-Life is full of contradic-
tions. Mrs. Budd-And I say it isn't
Life is a great bundle of little things.
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
uniary disorders, weak baok and back-
ache, rheumatism and rheumatic pains
and twinges, pains in the groin, eto.
There lie nothinLr as good for kidney
and bladder trouble as DeWitt's Kid-
ney and 'Bladder Pills. You may de-
pend upon them to give entire sails-
faction. They are antiseptic act
promptly and soothe pain. S61d by all

11134+* 1v too *vt^ 1f J1 1 L In I f t n J. 3 lieHt
edge between.-Dallns Li.re Sharp in'
Atlnntle. ,
The Real Napoleon.
At a review of the national guard at
the Tuileries shortly before Waterloo
I had for some time a most complete
opportunity of contemplating this ex-
traordinary being. His face is of a
deadly pale, his jaws overhangiiing.
tot so much as I had heard. His hair
fs short, of a dark. dusky brown. He
generally stood with his hands knit
behind him or folded before him and
three or four times took snuff out of a
plain brown box. Once he looked at
fils watch. which, by the way. had a
gold fa(-e and, I think, a brown hair
seemed r-grulnr. but not clean. He
very seldom spoke. but when he did
smiled in softie sort agreeably. He
looked :ihaul i fu-not knitting. but
joining. his eyebrows. As the front of
each regiment passed he put up the
first finger of his left band quickly to
his hft itd' 'tilit', Ifit did not move his
heap;T or ltC. lie had atn air of sedate
inpatincu-e.-- Fron "IeRpolleetions of a
Long Life," by Lord, roughton.

Clearly "Understood.
Trti'r seihloim gave dlinler parties.
,and those tlu-ry gave wver- s mall. But
They liked tlih-'i::c 4* Ar delently and ir
order and ge ner:illy had the hest. 01
the afternoon of uoe of the little par r
ties the host sunTinoned the boy It,
buttons nd said (to' hthn. "Now. John
you must be carefdu how you hanm
round the winr/'
"Yes, si."
S"These bottles\ with the black seals
are the' best and these with the red
seals the i'tfle'or sherry. The bes
sherry is for after dinner The infe
rior sherry y Mu-will m:lnd around wit'
Sthe bhock after i, -a. You unmrdersta nd-
hock arid' inf'er'l .-:irry after soup?"'
"Yes, sim I.'p?'r.-," responded th
boy in buttons,
The evehni, g caine and with it th
guests. Etrerythimm weht 6Tl. swim
Smingly till the.boy went round the ta
ble asking tiA ch of the guests. "Hockl
or inferior sherry?"--London Tit-Bits.
Wheft the Fairies Are Ncisy.
Anm'ng the flowers which are said to
IH very popular with fairies are blue-
bells. harebells and wood sorrel. All
these flowers are used by the fairies to
attract the attention of tneir filierds
who are at a little distance. If you
are e~er out in the woods when tIh
blueliell or wood sorrel begins to peal
in delicate str80t tones yAo will know
that the little floiver is being sway-
ed to and fro by some visiting fairy.
The foxglove, known also as the faify
bells, are allow said to be used by the
fairies for chines, but when the little
people wish to sound a real resounding
blast that shhll awaken from sluinbet
some tiny friend in a nearby flower
bed or thicket they use not a bell, but
a rose leaf rolled up into a very charm-
ing horn.-Lexington Leader.
After exposure, and when you feel a
cold oomin t bn, take Foley's Honey
and Tar, 'the great throat and lung
remedy. It stops the cough and re-
lievme the congestion, and expels the
sold from your system. Is mildly lax-
ative S old-hv all Diruistls-

blfrider t-ouble. mention this'paper
.,when writing to -Dr. -ilmer & Co.,
Binghamf6n, N.'*Y. Don't ma'e- anymis
take, but remember the name, Swamp-
Root, and don't let a dealer sell you
something in place of Swamp-Root-if
you do you will be disappointed.
proporcas t i Holltand'.
A very ikte giil niadc imue her conti-
devuces ( roterni'ng Dlutch vyouthl. Sli
was nuot engaged-u6. 6ff'l f4r an ex.sccel
lent reason. rThere hail ien 110 i-e'p f(;i
two years. The ('ainIls neVe r oi(c' had
frozeni over-ergo. tl; fti~r lnd been n:
chaliee for the ')igagveniiilts. which ii.
Holland nre ;made on the i(e, wherr
suddenly no sliff conv'(v(ifaMt.I c:ist andI(
girls and young mlen aire free to) inillg,
-is we do. Her sister had le'-oaec ;'
young lady in a fortunate but very col
year. antd her enigagelnt t bied tuakp
pla-.e at once. nd.l slie now lived in
Amenricn. I s;aw nor owie. HIIr bhi:,
Irid b'een loosened to a br!'ve plompa
doli:r. sle wore !ier Wlist long and
loose-. n1:d' she hI:(l joined a womann% E
'i'.. f f:;":0'I. tIe un ar ;'ie d one
l(i "n'"'- (1 :i ;ant awt'!ul thing. It h]ld,
e:::;'lI- upsct !, f:a ;ifly. She had
'l:('! : :1 ','< :! q:ni-e wvitfh a very
: ,l uLia of fL'rty" whom siie had met
many times at her grandmother's!-
Harper's Bazar.

Thte 61d Reasort.
"lI c(.an' ste bhow so many men stand
it to oat in a ctlriil anid noisy and un-
'"idy r :-4t naur 'it."
"I :;:p!);.c Ihe txptIanati)n is as old
is Adc:l."
.*'V ha t?"
"Fh' '. for food."-Cleveland
i t L T' ,n 6 ',S

U' .1U. .& :
;i; :: i rio'a'r .-I:;, writing. your hon-
,,r. .1id::- -Aul- whatt do you write
'or?' WVouldtyou minid telling us? Prie*
onrr-Not at all. 1 write for money
from home.-Judge's Library.
Looking One'c Best.
It's a woman's delight to look her,
best, but pimples, skin eruptions. sors
and boils rob lire of joy, Listen! Buck-
6n' s Arnia Salve cures them; makes
the skin soft and velvety. It glorifies
the face. Curas pimples, sore eyes.
cold sores, crackedf lips, chapped hands.
Try it. Infallible for piles. 25c at
Gainer MAercatttile Co.'s and A. H.
Br make's.

Cr~OismldP venDTARs
Cures Golds; Prevents Pnedmonia
T -W

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


W. 0. BARROW; Maitri:

Tuesday. 8:30 p';i.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. ri.
Wer ps. ayv,4:00 p. nIr
Wednesday, 2:30 p.m.
Thurpsdait, :00 ad; f':
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAvE. .
Thunir'a', 31: tj; it.
Friday, 11:3)0 a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. m;
Friday, 10:0 ; fi';:

St. Andrew,
palach icola,
St. Andrew.
aam,; tCityv ,

Wianceday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 0:00 a.
Wednesday, 10:00 6. i"
Thursday, 6:00 a. in.
T,hursd y, 12:00 naoo'n;
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
Friday, 2:06 a 1u,
Friday, 12 m.
SFr-'idav, 1:30 p. mn;
Friday 11.30 D. m.

Pensacola to St. An drewAhdMiliville. $5.00.
Pensaci-A W6 jiApalach'icol6a and Carrabelle, $7.$50.
SSt Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50. ,
fhe abovo rates include, meals apd berths. H. H. IJ
V. W. WALTERSi Gen'l Freight and Pass Adt.
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-. Foutiided in 1878, and built Lu by t'Le late L. M. 'Wae,
inow ThorotUghly Reorganized under New danlagemer n
Solicifs thde ftonatg of Old Patroni
,of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
well, aNd gararantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all. -

We Pai the Freight o ail ool eicclap Flio ti A-t- Ai.d
Feel to any &l':,. o'tffe 'r the iBay.

This is an Easy Tet.
Sprinkle Allen's Foot-Egie in o e
shoe and not in the other and note the
difference. Just Ii e thing to use when
rubbers orovershoes become necessary,
and your ihoes seem to pinch. Sold ev-
erywhere, 25c. Don't accept an s :b
Self Pos'csstd.
Mrs, Manykids-Thpre is one il:inp
about our girls-thby are always self
possessed. Papan -anykids (grimly,)-
Yes, they're too self possessed. I wish
they'd get some one else to possess
Liszt's Advice.
Being asked one day what one should
do in order to become an efficient piano4
player, Liszt replied laconically, _'One
must eat well and walk much."

Cream Vermifuge



Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
S T.' i,otUis, M o.
Sold by Gainer mercantilee Co.

I Get Well I

S0 ourse you ife y6 h get well, dt younf
O course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and
misery, and be happy again.
If yur illness is caused by female trouble, you
can quickly get the right remedy to get well It'.
ardui. This great medicine, for women, has re-
lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like
you from some female trouble.


For Women's Iits
Sr. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark,., suffered agony for Sto'ev
eaThrs. Read her letter about Cardui. She writes "I was sick for
seven years with female tfitble. Every month I would very nearly
die with my head and back. I tobk 12 bottles of Cardui a6-ir was
curedl Cardui is a God-send to suffering women." Try its-


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Gele1'aI MerckaMgiseI



A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on AIl Goods Except Meal, Folbir and Feed to Any
; Postoffice on the Bay.

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; g34rt;b)t 404 e~ r

- ~ -. .- I '. -. .]~ -.lt: -~ ~ (

Thursday, DeC. 23. 1909i

Lugar. per lb Tea, per lb
Granulated ...6 1-4 He No .......... 55
Gofee. Gunpowder .... 40
Green .... 2 at 20 Unc'd Jap .. 40-60
.rbuckle..... b 0o Con ,.lkIn iper can
flger Snaps ... o Unsveet ... o
s.erssod" 6,. t. P S etenedd ..... io
..:co, plug .. too Baking Powler
London layers .. 5 Campbell d...... to
Valencia .s.. io Canned fruit
Vice.. 6- to 8 Peaches ...... xoa2o
-jis Toma toes .... ro-15
vaporated .... to Apples ........
_Dried peaches PPp .. o
-lalp)il pr gl I: R T;n. o
aGaIne -- Apricoti ...0z-O
Florida Syrup .. .S Strawberries ie,.zO5
Honey ---- ...... to Pineapple .... 16-20
Vinegar ... p..... 3 Canned meats
Cheese pr b .. .. o Roast Beef..... 1
Butter ........5-4 Corned Beef....
ad........o to ,o Lobster .... zo& iS
ars g Salmon ..... oat5
.o ut pkg ... Canned vegetables
lass ... xoa Bakd Beans ,stoW
eR Juice o..d. .t4- .t4$ t .'-"oato S
blgs prdo .... 2S Peas ......... o
Ppropkin ...... o
four Pork
Starof S'th 3, .25 D. S. prbM. ..... I
Obelisk ...... 3.40 Bacon Side ....
iCorn MealprbU .-..oo Fresh ....... 8ao
t tMeal pr 0:... so Br'kf'st Bac'n 16 -22
lprbu .. i.oo Ham canv's'd .. 16
Potatoes Shoulders ..... i
Irish ........ 40 Beef
Iarlv R'eseed .. 80 Corned ........ 8
'SWet ....75 to .oo00 Fresh ...... xotois
Salt pr sack .... o 2Dried ........ 2
Table .......... 5 Milk pr qt ........ 1o
l btls prt lb......4a5 Ax, with handle...i :
GilI-i.e .o .: 7 to8 Hoes, each.... 35aso
i-rope ... 2LtoIS Copper paint, can... 60
Stoves, cook .$8a$2 Linseed oil, gal.. 5a6o
Pipe pr joint ... I5s
Lrints pr yd .... 6a7 Checks ........ 6t5
meetings ........ .59 lannuel ....... .siia 8
uslin .......... 9a S Tread per spool ...
Seens......... 4 Shoes, ladies.....
...$s, $a.75, $400
Meh's .$i.4o a4.oo
P.p' t ..... t.25 Oats pr bu ....... 7s
irat ::. :::; 7?o Brick pr M .... 3-00
ope Sisal ...... 7ag Llme pr bbl .... .
F PRUIT arsd NUTg,.
ranges perdoz... 3o Pecans pr b ..... Is
&pples .......... 20 Walnuts ........ ao
Lemons ......... 30 Almonds ........ x5
Inshellpr ,ooo... 2.oo Opened pr qt ..... 20
roses .. oas5o Cows...... $25 to $50
.8504017S Hogs........$3to$6
y e .... $6 Sheep ...... 2 .
Chickens each .. 4oaso Geese each ..... 4saso
r urkeys..... 9oa. 50 Ducks ........ 25aS0
"ire~A Salt
Mullet pr doz .... 25 Mullet pr. bbl 6. so
Trout- ...... 2S Trout ........ 6: o50
nJipaqo1prlb.. I.0 Pompano .... io.oo
titeon ..:.:: o Macdie'iEl .... 8.0v6
I loring B Ceiling
Heirt perm... $14.00 Heart, per m... 44.00
Race ..... 12.00 Face .. 12.00
Sap ...... o. Sap ... o.oo
= Drop Siding Clapboards
Jit face pr m $I.o l' x6in pr m.... $12.oo
1 ... 0zo.oo0 Finishigflurm-, ,^
Slumber ..8 at 12 ber, d..... Fiais
,artshinges.. 2. so Lath, pr m ..... 00
SI... Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20

~'areW Or Ut (imt~iniiSmt f'r r.. ^
- arrli tiit IY 'ii fntlili ~fci'iry
is meactary will surely deatoy the sense
of imell an. completely derange the whole
fS 6i-i *heii elt,iring it through the nu' -
' uir ,surfaces. Such articles should
-lqvar Q ibe used except upon prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the da...ago
tlhry oi et e frld(: tj the good you cati
)'saibly derive from them. Ha.ll's Ca-
tarrb COuer, manufactured hy F. J. Uehney
& Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury
df6't.io taken ieeto'nally, iactitig directly
aD n the blood and nlmcous st'irftces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure le sure you get, the ge nine. It is
(ltena internally and nitde in Toledo.
'F: J. Chency l d Co; T'es'ti r.oni-
Sold by Druggists, Price 75c: per bottle.
Take tall's Fainily Pills, for nonntipa i

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.Fh Distinguished 60;,1f, -
Catit,. ribtk' Ifas, Lim' wilose
dlilvite 'd w light in tihe l'rcnch cavl-
fy was a tall mann. belonging to
(he $piddle aged trooper type. With
1milptary qualities of the highest kind.'
fie ia a singular beartug. -a av'g
sort of misanthropy ~und a cynri --
tongue, which stood' f' t'he way of pro-
motion, When he was in the Sixth
liuera, on garrison duty at Corff
te1fcy, one of his comrades brought
Us father to dine with him at the
Solcelrs' niess. a min of hunlble posi-
tjon and unpretentiouslv y dreseds,. C'ap-
taln iA, cobt.. idA'1"n t 6i? 4hi:
"iest had not been litly received. gave
4rpp s.lii to his opinion. saying that
It tho epylqitIdl l ;if ('omlllUere.V had
c osie in ivevihyr Idr-i' w,;iMi otyiV'
.lS a hettoV f.eprtion TI lihe ,ltiers
t lnut'ri y .' !lW lde 1no ,'illnder. bill
l' + t ic ft-r' -!m it le tIo ilt,- with
H i iu .t +whi' -R l dres ss 1\ i irr rtir e ; h.
'lfli'. Every 1t.!- l:ivi hid 1, tciti,' -

i diii ti' fdi oifr vhe t ioe-timi"

~bcial Re or ito the Buor.
The Louise was up Sandy an
Wetappo Citek4, wiih freight, las
Mr. Jesse Larrimore was dowi
from Early Wednesday.
J. A. McCumbie has movad int<
Mr. Dyer's house, across Sandy
S. Dyer made a trip tt Allanton
G. W. Lowe was on this side o
the Bay, Friday.
Our usually sunny clime, hah
been somewhat cold, the last few
J. Dyer was at Allaton, on busi.
ness, Wednesday.
The Dewey came up Wetappo
Creek, aftei a tow, Saturday.
M. B1. Davis was at the brick
yard; atiurday.
J. E. Mortis was on our streets

"New York .is ,ibi c'it~ '
"And If everybody lived in Ne,
York that registers from New York
New York would be twice as big."--
Louisville CoirHei'--o"iiuit.

Trust inot too much in an enchant
ing face.- Virgil.
Nationalism In Musio.
It Is a cl:.;i'us fcft that no gre jt tia-
I tona I usiJ 'ins evTr h')(n written
*: ; ilg a i ti uple livingl under a repub-
!itin format f 6v lr-'. Iprb!''s,. the oldest example of a
ile<-l Pe livii. i, rirnmu elntly under that
t;.;;,L, ;1:d tlheie has nUever ocr ,
:".1i* .i n;-ipr of a y o.ioft 6' o, ven
rt od r.ite n'.ilit Ag:ainrst this It .nay
ie Ul'std lihat Ithe American demioc-
,;i IS li tieo<.tiui'.a )ly sut geujeLri -
'h:'t rl't!it like It li:h s ept'e tx'T!stcr
Itwfore. m d that rfon this reason, being
a; ;a I' >li.l';n to uiike Irecedent for
Sn;c: .t, ('.,r (',,:- r:e '-r se ns tiel; tl!i t
'1iu 'si,; lt (I e lve pin~ nlt. On tihe con-
;':,i'; the .r'y \- i. Ty f iihe eleimenu t
!i h e ro e'w rrTgiing the Aneria]ln
:ti;i .'-o'rfId nr ,- In f:il'v r of thli
ioi;i( i )!iiv of the fouindation of a n ,
i'ti:i -<(hi,<,l :f ti-f-. whtilc ; ti utln
!t2' 1:0t" i 2f't'idc'r! t;i-; of mi-ifly p''o-
l'' ir' .?t in ti:, ('I'-I:' n ip !I to some-
;i!": !'ro-~''pr ;al.d str' lng r. fresher
: "r-! ;ill "t..,d IJlH.te s l lo ttillt'eOl4 tfl'tqf
"' r' : d tr'l hi:,s :{itherto sr cn
I11)','d'rl ('C [Ko KoVe In North Amterl

A !':? tF De?-H. .
'T'h're .n'!"- li've hy epi Iw )tiy 'si.nns.
*f dii ailim--<, :1 i.eit pIeoplh holleve--bul.
;me .r:nly Vr1". W1 B. ('o'.pr. of( Chelten-
*:.,' tI'!lr- Qf hl- m fitlctr tx''l g Iil, baut
:it ,t:- t' p wvlk-ld across the
, 'rd-n a wti !,< t irti. ', :f.t .I- ai ilie of,I

"', i :rtly Ic'it In' r y fi:!'ler (ca le to me
;nd s:idN. "':id yo s mire g:o across 1
!wh gi r.n?', I s-.i. Ye,. 'W ell,' he
11l. 1 ;2bmilt be ht'e 0lig. Otr fainm
ila t t'lhiusclv('6 beT,'Ire t'!le-V i:
.tlthou-l li !had s-.(lti lbs. I tlf. 'Nolfl
ipase1.' It- ;I < I lk h ci hI d il:d walked
iwnya'. ,-J4i;'t ttf-tc' Ihe took to his
bed n:rd tlicd .Jtily V. r' fadltii during
the few ( :1ys o Was ill lb .--we were
hli2aypakihur :at the time-asked eoac
morning, 'V.'lhilh Ce Wheil we ,( :l tt!. ti c(erlraui field called
'Cmdiky.' fI said, with a sl-Th of great
satisfactloh. *Ah. I shall die now.' "
He died the s:lle morning near mid-
day.-T. I.'s London \Weekly.
The Correct Time
d stop a coagh o\ dcid is just as s&on td
t starts-then there will be no danger
mf..pn'etfft onia or consumption. Jast a
ew doses of Btllard's Horibf6und Syr1
ip taken at the start will stop the
mough. If it haa been runningon for
ome time the treatment will be long
ir, bute tl i sue out iisu Sold' by Ggln-
ir Mercantile Oo,
Thanked His Stars.
When the French revolution broke
tut ti n'itYi~;'r 6 b'fntlists lost thlPe
Ires. but I.ulande. the astronomer.
uly paid the more attention to 1t.
;kies and Its constellations. \\'hen he

found.; ifti'r ti? reign of terror, that
he had escaped tite fury 6if the mob
ie exclaimed giratefully, "1 nil' thank'
ay stlarst for it." Woulld any apptaveli
eps.' Togs .-A itlr' fgelfii ille truth' /
Ali.s",* teiYa t' t~ir'ig Napoleon's
Egyptljiu L'iIaniaiga no oouer were the
imamelnlke-s oll erv'd a :t tl distance than
the. wird v.i-i- Vt 'iti "f ii' sluare;':
R'titlery o t the al.giesi; ussCes ald sa-
-airs to tli centerr" The command
afforded no little ilerriment to the solV
diers even at msciib pla ei Py tig tii-'
eat iaind made Ltheil call the asses
*!< 2 rr'*-""

stops the coltb h and heals lungs

should have brought it to in. tirst."
"Yes. but you must realty it." insis:
ed the baron, "for It lmayV no lt suit yo
fr Wi' ot tf -,. t -ur, that it will. .
will come again tomorrow ..-when yoe
will have hal time to look over it."
"All right, do." answered the man
N fl jfiy. when the barouf' presented
himself, he was received with ent-husi
asm. "It's a masterpiece. my dear
baron-a masterpiecd. I hall be de-
lighted to produce it, and as soon as
possible. We'll' hae it next.setason."
On the manager's, desk lay the roll
of paper Baron de Rothschild had
brought the prev-lous day. He[ picked
It up. unrolle t d i s* oiwed i t to ti
manager. All the pages were blank.
Anr ingafirant Rascal.
'i Sippoise," said the angular spli-
err, "that you neveei li'd a rouianc?"'
"Dat's where youse is wrong," re-
Olied tie' dnlaundered hobo. ''I wunst
had a sweetheart wot wuz a dead
ringer fer youse."
"Aid did she die?" asked the angu-
lait spinster as she helped him to an-
other hunk of pie.
"No, nia'am," answered the hobo.
"'Wlen leip year cone. round she
asked me t' marry her-au' I run away
from home."-Chicago News.
fere is Rel ef or Women.
If you have pains in the back, urina-
ry bladder or kidney trouble, and want
a certain, pleasant herb cdre for wo-
man's ills, try Mother Grey's Austral-
Ian Leaf It is a afe and beyvr-failing
regulator. AL Druggists or by mail 50
ots. Sample package FREE. Address,
The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy. N. Y.

Clesnmes and beautifles the hair.
Promotes a lurxdriant growth.
Never Fails to Bestore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
"i Cures scallp dieaesl k hair filling.
O5 a.nd l.00 at Dnrtigi "ts,

An Anecdote of Verdi.
.The first production of Verdi's oper
d "Othello" took plitae at Milan. and in
the pr, nin mit i-llsi'll I-rititf' r of Rii
h '" tot-,i' ,l i ti l Ili the .'Caihedr:
'lIty in hmi,' iit oi ensioln. Alionp
1 them was lt i lr';lt.iii hJourndilist tf wid
reputation and smdiitted authority I
the musical world is, tirst care o
O his arrival tn Miliai waa to seek o01
y Verdi and ask to be allowed to t
present at one of the final rehearsal!
The composer received him with ex
, treme politerness, but replied that. h
couIld iot possibly grant his reiihtsi
fi he had decided that the rehearsal
-ere to ho mil(h-c!llpely p-I-ato, aud h
ccull iit i~CMke :i erpn eopinin th
s favor of Itlv one journhalst. howevP

S,,Tl'e r:i-s ciritic. far from ptirt.ed a
tfins inmewcr. prrtespted that ith thes
In 1irn nes hisnces (( nccolunt of H e opera
S illioit-t bea nil he should like it t
e. 'll see." lie explained tb th
Scmpo4itr. who affected not quite t
understand. 'i shall have to telegraph
fly article ihe. same evening. It wil
necessarily be hastily written, and th
Impression ti Palis the next day ma,
suffer In consequence."
B' ut Verdi was more than equal t'
the occasibod. 'iy denta sir." he mad
answer. "I id not write for 'the nex
day.'" The critic bowed himself out

SThe noxt thild the children catch
cold, give it something that will freely
and promptly but gently move the bow.
els. In that way the cold will at once
be driven ouit of the system. Kennedy's
Lxative Gough Syiup moves the bow
els promptly and freely. yat gently and
at the same tithe hbals iirnlati"-' a tl
tops the couvh. It. is especially gojd
ior Ch ildrefi. Sold by all druggists.
Th "bSilinger" Stakes.
it Olit.y fesi a few hours to get
froimany tiirt of llngland to Doncas-
terr, seoe tn it'it(e for the Leger and
retu'tiu lat l ik ; i e.itt i ie coaching
times i j.uiliit- oilii Ioli in to Don-
caster nlloccuied icol OpleI' 4 Iiys.
lT.fl ,iit l i 'in:i'it frot'i tai iio s Don-
pIroptily pr0 olii tl!)CPi. ", i'lil i( > r" I r
rnwe is lril- stfco dii ol'. t tihorse r(. cli.nN
'v- rit -ii' tli 'ic rnh !!':'v. It \x :m. Iinded

lilorir. s li'.i i g li' .' milit s :i \\ ; wiNtI '
ivn\ e l p 'li-tl"! ili'iir l ,nr s: .I ..s. \vl :
ro DI)' wi ,i'wltr. t lhvl le 1 '. r fi 'I-aZ c i 1 i
S:11td w1t ik .tli ll ii' l'. ,
S .oll'i ,.*'i.I. tV|' In hll is i y l i a s Nv
:I'd \il \ h oj-rs. m iwI ers. pm( ti i d
Tl,1tenr iW'ini Pet '. lit -r,- li.t \O'
'w ilf +rs.- ']l - ,I ,-ve II.
'1i"i i l ilt-Il'i .i lilt' lis'if-; It ..- \;i'mll
*1d o' <,ti i t- -uccn-i ,1 m r d i-'r- iin t
!'he od r le' to e th r
', lly lo .rr -t .flo-!f -j ,l )rt.1 {\ 1'
;n'-d C ik s iie.l ,.ll lillo 1 .'.I nd 'i .l 1
A I or ,o ';"t itl'," l: \i t[ o n "
7'13.-1-(oi;tl i Iimrilud: iy l' view.

Armed' V'ith a SSb-r Hilt.
W lx i ,\in'litlit Il.. 14tri,: ni; .f, F.1i
imli'-r itntl y. a 'iI4IA i; ,I i-ell : Ii,'; il
)il-l h be<,"i!i'.i i 'Cl'i)fl('(l'rit-' sul ,ic
lil hi.i "' { ir iii, -t--,i '-i'sl lie miv-i'y 1i:
rhe feiis di i -f' tl' i liy ti e .('.lrl '
'rom1 tt I'I, \ ill i1JI t-i rk 1,011 i' t
hmtirat-e nAti irn in .i ,;i rlie-. It o' c l ,i!
v ir \venr reii)t;!!:il)!1. lei r 101 los ,l i
<.'mnpa;!i!y h (i i h'id any arms itt
w rer IiOf t Ii -l!' itlh.
"' linc ii I tI.iltI 'i iu c f i'y i .l':n ,." |)
wv 'ites. ":'tity i\'> iite a saw fci I \viul, II
I ll3iltk. m\vis ius'-ld i i i n l 'evolutiti--
'Hid ithls \vws tihe only \vweaoiin I h:id
.O()e day, while mi-.v, 1it','tiwiihf Wa.
satilindig Ili ta i'blb l,' i turi' a comn-
ride to sete iih of us couidl out Ilh
largest twlrr froni a Irm-e. I- maide a
powerful cut. a.md mlhe i liltd' f my
saiuer hi-ok-e o-f lit the ihit.
"In a short tlime we were dismount-
ed anmd it-tlu-red Io cluiir m' Yaauk-es
out of ia jti.e of woods In skirmish
formination. W'e imarl<.-h-d through the
woods, but fortIimiuntely no Yankees
were there. I have often wondered
what I should have done, armed with
that saber hilt. if I had met a Yankee
armed with a Springfield musket."
Rothschild's Pla,.
Baron lenirl dc' i'ot hcildh wais oun.
Involved In an amiuisii g iinidiei.. 1
Which a well known l'arisionii the,
rical manager took parit. The liroii z-o
fered him a plmiy, w-hi-ih he uir;>cti-aJl.
accepted without looking ;it. "Yes in
dear I:ron." lie said. "of course I'!
produce it. and I am i very l;itii'terd y"

The Buoy was favored, during
i the past week with a visit trom Mr.
SW. A. Blount, of Pensacola, a
Prominent candidate for the elec-
i tion as United StaLes senator. lAr.
' Blount shows himself a genial gen-
^ tleman, and one well qualified for
V the honor he seeks, and surely, if
s he should be successful, Florida
. might weli be pleased with its selec-
t tion. Mr. B. was accompanied in
Shis visit to this office by Judge B.
SS. Liddoh;.of Marianna;
S Mr. I. C. Pierce, who has for the
last year beefh resident of St. An-
< drews, left on Tuesday of this week
via. railroad from Panismi City, fof
Sa business trip and visit to his
< brother, at his old home in Hous-
I ,ton, Texas. Like all other resi-
, deints of St: Andrews whi have
. been worth having, Mr. Pierce has
fallen very much in love with this
Place and will return -here in the
Early spring. He has' made many
friends here duringahis, short resi-
Sdence, although. maiihhaive;not rec-
Sognized if this quiet; utiassuming
Gentleman one of fine education
and more than ordinary ability.
While a resident of Kansas, Mr.
Pierce represented his district two
terms in the Legislature of that
State. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Welles
and Capt. A. Alexander and wife
escorted him to his train:
Mr..D. Porter left yesterday for
Winston, S. C., where he accepted
a position as book-keeper.
Prof. S. Lash, having closed his
singing class, left for his home in
Morgan, Ga.
Mr. Cletm' CrChkoi 6tIme in on
the Manteo, Tuesday, to spend the
holidays with his relatives and
Mr. Thos. Masker of Peora, Ill.,
(ame back Tueday; to spend the
Judge H. B. Crawford, who name
here a few weeks ago 1expectiifg to
spend the winter, hearing of the
-serious illness of his mother, was
obliged t odift hts sj n Jofri~" 8it arid
left for his home at Gary, Ind..
Prof. Gornet was in town last
week and overhauled Mr. P. E.
Wilson's 'organ, arid'it is now as
good as new. He left ,r his home,
Monday. '1 "1
Miss Merrimapnaid sster, fornper
sojourners here: arrived on' the:
,Tarpon, yesterday, arid wlir occupy,
the J. H. Brown cottage on the hill.
Mrs. Fay, a forme well known
East Bqay hbme~teader ina d daugh-
ter of Mrs. H. B. Bates, arrived bn
the Tarpon, yesterday from Chicago
and will makd hea future home
here in St. An frews, with her
mother .
Mr. Deif Johnso'f'; who' has been
mate, on the Lucy H., has accept
e'd a position, in the Lumber Cornm


ATT JE BORROS, !Proprietor.

Bayviev St One Door North of iwaltley's ltop,

New Uo-to1Date Equipment! I

I make a Specialty of Bread. Cakes, Rolls and Pies
f all Kinds.
411 Orders Civen Pro=mpt Attettioo:I
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The Leading Drug Store
OF ST. =3 B VVSS.;
Knowing drugalpues, is of course the most .important
feature of our asinsr' btt it has riot taken all of our time to know'
drug values. We know the value on TOILET isPECIALIES. We
know how to select and buy the very finest that are made.
Teit the Fragrance of Our


Examine Our Toilet Waters

They are unsutpassed in permanency v
anD deltcacy of odor. We keep a com-
iete assortment of the most delicate
domestic and imported perfumes and
-Toilet Waters throughout our entire
Toilet Goods Department "
iThe most fastidious taste is plirased.
We have a consignment of Toilet Soaps, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for tht
Bath that come nearer to perfection than any we ever saw. .Toilet Soaps freo
from impurities oie not to be found everywhere. We have them. If you want
anything in this line, here is the place to get it. ,.
TOILET POWDERS-.Theattention, of allt tdes who c re to haveand re
tain a beautiful complexion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to oir line
of delicate powders and complexion beautifiers. Protect the open pores of the,
skin from dirt, wind and dust by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
oilet is complete without a dust of faintly scented powder over the neck and
face. Tooth Powde.d Pastes, Washes, Cosmetics and Rogues of every descrip-
tiou. Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Combs, Manicure Aeets,.anhdallthe little,
toilet requisites so essential to comfort. health and beaut are to be found here
in endless variety. Reliable RUIBBER O DS. In thisde-
partmentour stock is complete. Ul V.a Our goods
Our goods are the best makes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PaTENT MZDICIZTNE in demanp
A. J. H. JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla:

pany's stora, at Southport, and will
move his family up there soon, and
will rent their cottage here.
Mr. Geo. Malloch mdvdd out to
his faem, Tuesday, it Pretty
Mr. B. H. Andrews, brother -of
Mr. Okly Andrews, whd arrived
with his mother, only two weeks
ago in rather feebe health, has al-
ready gained six pounds in weight
and feels much better. They are
occupying the Sims cdttag:e
Mrs. Nicely and daughter rela-
tives of Rev. F. Wineman, left St.
Andrews, Monday, for th6ir home
in Pensylvania.
Mr. P. E. Green of Atlanta, who
recently bought the i, E. tPiece
place, is here with plans, for an ad-
dition to his house, which will turn
it into a neat five room cottage, and
will be occupied by Mrs: Green and
a yBunger brother of Mr Green.
One room will be reserved for Mr.
Pierce, and occupied by him next
spring, on his return from Texas.
Mrs.'Behymer won the first sdt
of beautiful d~hes, given away by
the Ware Mercantile Co's. store,
and Mrs. E. B. Smith won the Sac'-
ond set, last Saturday:
Rich Men's Gifts Are Poor
beside this: "I want to go on record as
saying that I regard Electric Bitters
as one of the great-st gifts that God has
given to wc;na., <'i:es i s. 0, Rach -
vault of testal C~enter; N. Y; "t can
never forget what it has done fhr me."
This glorious medicine gives a woman
buoyant spirits, vigor of body and jubi-
lant health. It quickly cures ne.'vous-
ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head-
ache, fainting and dizzy spells; soon
builds up the weaic, ailing and siclit.'
Try them'..50cd: at dalner Mercan-
tile Co. and A H. Brake's..
A Cutting Retort.
Before dinner, at the house of a rich
banker in Florence, Colonel (afterward
the Earl of Dundas had said some
sharp thnl'is about the crudities of
Americans. Notwithstnnding tllhs
rudeness it f-tl. io tis ,tot to ltae Mitie.
B lihtliar rie (1ptsy i'attersonr iu to la
he. He luiperttR enlily alskid Alnil
Ioi,,iparte It she bad read H:ila l iH ll'ts
t,ooitk oil Amel'ica, it) w'ii-.h hbe p~'o
roui), d ;ul all. A nim lcints i' iaius.
"Y' s. ('Colonel I iiduas.. sti an
wer.di. "but It did not suirplris-e iw P
lie l iast. If my coipilliilritis wvert1 (I'
(ionl.d, tl from ti o llal:iia q or Spawnisih
isi. display of lo trwedtil riiglitf a.,
:t'ii-tlii mte; b l. eing the diren t id
.' tnthi ts 01 E nof iili.lir i -, it i naituiri,
t'il ;tmb !hat ttly should be vulg.i
;'i us." .

"*":+hi-'^,l, d a'" twelve 3-eyer old Mi..
.)X1. Iioklng rup from her book. ." Whai i
"s repartee,?'.. .
"Back t'i t.. answered father, "but
o4 smnzrt that you wish you'd said it
The Roof Garden.
Iilda-But what is the difference be
teen a roof garden and man other
garden? .j'arry- eit;f 6i a roof gar-
den the dafsies bloom at nlght.-Chl.
caigo hews.

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w'iiehld-What is ani oceadi? Johntiy
-A body of water necessitating bat-
tleshlps.-New York Sun.

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Stops Hair


Ayer's Hair Vigor, new Im-
proved formula, will certainly
stop falling of the hair. Indeed,
we believe it will always do this
unless there is some disturb-
ance of the general health.
Then, a constitti-inal medicine
may. be iedessary: Copsillt
your physician about thjs.
Does not change color of th hair.
Foxxxula .*th ol pjPltto
p- l\. sioittoygu
e 3s m ~ i t *dotor
s AI Ask him about It.
S -- then do heosay
The reason why Ayer's Hair Vigor stops
falling hair is because itflrst destroys the
geMms which uCuse this. trouble... After
thiis is d ea fi furde ooti 1ri tt% Aibout I
full recovery, restoring the airj ifid
scalp to a perfectly healthy condition,
-Mad by the J. 0. lii Co.,. Lowelli l WS-6

Ostrich Featheri of Tripoli.
The u.ui liinds of itrlh.ib reathers
know 'o tlhe tiitlder ii'-' litt, the
Trilibt tintrfet. i' P I tlis.
blacks, fetjlnaas. b.~ s. siiaduiis.
boos. dr)bs anld udos. Il Anil) irl'iO
erts bring t lhel i l ui l.,.ui l1'u p :in.tu s l
coltai inti frlith 'tP in loious llil ,
d + .

01 euI('u lini 'a d itl lh'l.l,,I ',lli-mi A Conundrum.
expert knowledge to 1rt;l atl\ldvantage- When Is a plece of wood like a mon-
ously from the natives. I I. .-i..s arch? Wheu it Is coUvert.-d Into a
sold by the rotll." (II ... ,, .1 routi i: ruler.
abilut eighteen ounces. -' 1 |
The theaters are uasriltd and sortedl t'o weather I i!1 If the w:nd ib st'll.
but not dyed or curit-O. i.y am-l --SpntIl' Pro-'A'.'
washed in soapy -water. aindl i tii r l ith
wet are belateon. A haitiil ot ili, u e .
are tuken b.i te li s and salt To all registered voters o' the Town;
against the floor wiTh a force that t St. ndrews,, in Washinictou (Uu. iy
the uninitiatel d would s to h, ilo' a,- ,
the mmiitiltd wold i-- to Notice is hereby given that the #ar.
nionhl, to brnak th,,ie toi pti..s. 'tl tual election for Muvticipal Officers in
is dlone to wrltig out the nils i r trii and for the Town of 3St. Andlr-ws in.
billt. he ltiirniiintme teaulierstx tttlul1n Washinvton Couintr, Florida, will q
froni th!t lirlls. arid ivros the, Isllllt- held at the Butoy office in raio Tl'wn ol
a Hitlher. richer Rappearllan,. A goon December 28th, 19011, being the fourth
ostri-hb liiume will nave tio or tllet. Tuesday in said monih to elect a Myv..
layer- of teitlIers: Its rip slio.int iv OF Town Cerk and Town Marshal lor
pErfect. intid it slioukli hnc:e ni, trals .t ef Pf on year and t til tir
l SucCtssors n .ihba,j,- ,eleef, d a.d
rerse cuts a, W (nP, .ne to awrFr t es Ai is n
retl tratse ti\.n t ".t' I uit. n ualfled; also t. el'ct t lA14 e n
retail trade t o iJnnes are usually to serve, for two yea-'s. ollsBt; open,
noulntedt together at 8 o'clock a. Ip. and to close at. 5
Mrs, S. Joyce, Claremont, N. H., o'clock p. m.
S., Given under rutr bands\this 15th dila
writes: "About a ear ago I bought two of November 10:9. Geo. W. lmurber,
.bottles of F~ley's Kidnev Remedy. It F Hullock.
cured me of a severe ease of kidney J. T G Uw'tau-y,;
trouble of several years standing. It .' .'wnGoiinil.
"" Atteat! .,, J. H. Drummond.,
certainly is a grand, good medicine, AttJs: -~ .:H. ummond
n I J:' R .,Thompaon1 Mitori-
and I heartily eoomtinena it. Sold by Sown Clerk.
'all druigi'f.A ,. ...,
alldrg :.. .' ..; .I hereby point W K. W llrox :1.;
Jump. Ihort ,Pie." F. Thompqon and Charles H. Donnlnrd
In a catol,,gue of out of the way Ilnapeators aotho ano.ualTown Eltotlon
diu; -i a i 'e:st of rh: Rt r. It. nar- Ibye. ip'ntioned,. ,t bp hald qi.ff.
hb:n inarn be iucudled. ,Them ,uthlor of B.uoy office in the town o'f t.'Anirews.,
"Ingua1!-by Legends," his son relates, in Washnrton Coiuntv, Flo-Ida, -otl-tte
Son isiting one of his parishioners was 28th day of Decon ber. A. D, 100. Tht\
asked o dine and have some "jump polls to open at 8 o'clock n. ni .,a410
short pie." He icd so and made a be .topen unti l 5 P B c k
hearty .meal. "It's. very uice-tattes said d'y*,, and Ii d I.o hbeofer~k..a
John Sturrork to be aI'ork, l [lf
like lamb. Why. the odd name?" hle hEleectioii.
ai sku'd. "wVtell s air;" id his hot:. "It i, Gve.ndp .l'l. lill "
'ls nib. 'ou see, lhe oun Innhs io; iovyermbr, A.., I11W. .
;the .pe-b try iuto$t, pr tl.,drain.s, 4 ":r' -J .' !HI l)rummmom d4, 'rN .o "
god' many o l'ell jinmp short, tumble 'A 'iref this 12th davy ft Noin rr(
In and get drowned.. Then we hooks A.D., t909, Gooa.'W. ui .
'em out and puts 'em into a pie. Have A tt:l .. t .
another help. sir?" Barhad 'decllued Attest: .L T '...,T.
-Lnnnn Tntor J. R. Thofilsor TownCler .


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Manufacturers 6f arld deafers iff




2'nables VYe 'to 7i1 0doeas At Ose If

No Order Too Large; None Too Small !

Satisfaction GuraTndteed.

ST. J. MC SEEN, Manager,

BIrtr.:k :ij il;c 4mews.
Marfon. whl, .,iti Inl'rur tnt:gh to Iro
port her n)l('ii: t.sl it-oilpl t.l v cstia i td
her mot her wat !,L... :b.;vi tl y
"Mother. I-i--lbroke .-rick.i4n th
"Well, that L n, t ..ery h'ord to.real
edy. .ut bow oli paih'hit 'uu dlo Im
child?", .. -
"1 potinded It witb father's w,.ao -a
Success MagazIale : :
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Stung For Fifteen kiais -
by Indigetion's nauku--tr.lng Irany
doctors and $200.00 wiorth'!f med cine
in vain. B. F. AvFr ne, of Ingles N. N
C., at last used Dr., King'u NcV J.it!
tills,' and writes they wholly c r--d
blim. They cure o nstip imii'. 4t-i 9 .r-
ness- liik hp.adacfi*, tistoml, h. fl(vr,
kidney and bow.yl tribhble.. r '. r. A
H. EBrl le't M ( i *.iMcrri-:ilt].m '(m,.'
The. eat. Clusi .
They tell a ptpry in Wall sit .fat
Mr, Morgan on.e rerpllied to ayVonl.
friend who had tisked himii .wbtii wcr
the best clubs, t.o belong to id- 'ew
yorl ,''Y,oung mtan. tIhe ,Pr y best cin)!l
o, e ote your time to are lolin

... . pFcl,ed HlMh. ..
.ifntr nimnifir l ttll Atitre,-
rdon me; havet you nHla ia li." & 1
large Loafer haiu't no seprr. Counlitry lnrualuer-
Good! In that u-.i t' you wount tntew
tWe iDtcdteh!-- llt.o .'wA.
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That Lame Back Mean

Kidney Disease
[ And to Relieve the.Lame and Aching Back,
SYou Must First Relieve the Kidneys
there So no Question about that
Zt aWl-tor the lame and aching
Sfctk Is caused by a diseased con-
oai of the kidue .and ladderr.
I commian s6eae, ahy ray
that obu must cure a condition
ly removing the cause of the con-
Att. nd lame and aching back
Se' bot by any means the .only
aptoman of derangement of the
wys, and bladder. There'are a
Multtude of well-known and un-
tlstakable indications of a more or
ls dangerous condition. Some of
thee are for instance: Extreme
and unaitural lasitude and weari-
es. sMi, nuvus rritb!lity, thart, lr-
regularity, "nerves 6 edgO"' seep-
: nesans arid inability to secure
e lt, scalding sensation and sedi-
anat In the urine, inflammation Of
the bladder and passages, etc.
DeWitt'e Kidney and Bladder
Pfis are an exceptionally meritori-
ouc remedy for any and all sffec-
teds' or diseased conditions of
thse organs. These Pills operate 1
rectly and promptly-and their E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago,
henetcial results are at once felt. want every man and woman
They regulate, purity, and effec- have te least suspicion that t
tqally heal and restore the kid- are afflicted with kidney and b
Iys, bladder and liver, to perfect der diseases to at once write th
a nd healthy condition-even in and a trial box of these Pills will
some of the most advanced oases. seit tree by return mail postp


I be

*. *did she tell It next morning when she
put on her rusty old bonnet and sal-
lied out. She said merely that she
SLOOVC TOm aoeS had a business matter to attend to.
Mr. Magnate Strong had a business
S a* Fi n*' office in the town, of course. Aunt
- flU A I n Hilda made a straight course for it
and plunged herself down in a chair
by I TELLE CLAYTON. in front of the great man to say:
S--- "Jacob Strong, my niece and your
C' tpyrl tegi. 190, by Associated boy Were attracted toward each their,
S I4terary Pres. and they have fallen in love and are
i i engaged. I understand that you op.
Si man of the town of t pose the contemplated marriage."
big m of theJacob Strong. first, his With all my soul, and If you are
S s Jacob troug. First, here to say anything in favor of it you
g fndfther had founded the town; may as well save your breath. I won.
Second, he had been a justice of the der that you had the Impudence to ap-
peace for some years; third, he bad pear at alL"
reeeivd almost votes enough once to "And what are your objections?"
o sad 'him to the legislature, and, lastly, quietly asked Aunt Hilda as she got a
e: wts worth about $30,000. strong hold of her temper.
Mr. Strong felt his bigness and ex- "You have up right to ask!" he shout-
acted respect accordingly. He did his ed at her. "But I will tell you at least
best to make his son Horace and his one objection. No son of mine can
daughter Maude feel their' superiority mate with the daughter o a common
S eye all other human beings in and "No? Jacob Strong, how long did
around 5trongsrille. IIe succeeded your father get a skinny living off a
admirably with the daughter, but the mighty poor thirty acres of ground in
t. dnut of his son gave him no little Michigan and what did he amount t,
anxiety. as a man? How far back is it since
One morning he said to the latter: you were running an old sawmill on
"wercem I am pained and humillat- Ten Mile creek in the same state? Mr.
ed to lear that for months past you Scrlbner is a carpenter, but his pedi-
Itve been 'paytng attention to the gree Is as good as yours."
daughter of Serlbner. the carpenter. "Tf you were a man I'd throw you
'i 'ave been riding with her, and out of the office shouted JacobStrong,
y havr frequently called at the "But, being I'm a woman. I'l wafkl
What does It mean?" out as fast as I can. I just called to
*M Seribaer is a nice yotingwom- let you know. Jacuo. that I b;ve ars
-ta, ." was the reply. "She is as rived in town. l'lnse ke-p a lttlr.
educated as awr Maude and has track of me for 'the uet two weeks.
b m anners." will you?" ,
t. tut. shir Make no such cem- The aunt reached home smiling and
If you forgetwho and what chuckling. She laid a band ou Nettle'!
'I am, you ought to be ashamed of bead nrd said soothingly:
yourself. Being the son of a mnn of "'I walked up to old Strong today. It
position and wealth, with more wealth was right that I should. But I haven't
and social preati-:e coming, you must spoiled anything. Give me two weeks
look higher. sir. far higher." hud I'll bhae him here begging you to
It was true that Miss Nettle Scrib. marry his sou You teU the young
Ser was Itip daughter of a carpenter, man to riie.alii quiet and do nothing
but as the rflrorite of her Aunt Hilde rash. III 'a l:ascnmb Is managing this
nlarminb. a rlch old splinter, the girl nrair. %w In. h will be on, of finance
And -'len sent to a seminary and en- from utw on. and If she Wakes a fail-
joydt exrcptlinial opportunities. In tire it will i, f',r tiih first time. Now
all lint wnelth she was the peer of any I've got to go back downtown and see
gi rl nl the county. a lawyer, and then I'll have some rid-
~rs a mautter of fact the couple were lug around the country t6 do. Oh, but
izwlngt iL. but keeping it a secret. won't I make old Strong jump before
ll.,ra- had h s that t thtwhen the time I am through with him!"
railS. to nmoftnee the Jfact to his In planning for the cannery Mr.
P. rbimr It would be received at least in Strong had called upon most of the
'a rasonal,lb, way. but the conversa- farmers and had informed them pom-
lhtn ,i f the morning showed him the pously that thereafter he would buy
.tmr.ak0ers ahead their tomatoes at the market price.
What Mr Strong meant when he re- He had made no definite agreement
frrrml to more wealth and social pres- with them, however, for he had de-
.-1 -omInlon was the fact that he had termined to pay a mighty low price
organized the Strotgasvlle Cannery when the time came.
atomlauy The cannery building was Miss Hilda Bascomb saw lawyers
l:.t any outMer way. It was a fertile and had contracts drawn up. With a
; itnr rmng country around the town. but boy to drive her, she covered most of
with poor facilities for shippingfruits the county the week after the inter-
amld ve.;etabls. and he had conceived view with the magnate. Contracts
,.a t U m'd ot the idea, of a tomato were signed right and left, and some-
eta'1inofy. thing was added for secrecy among
UJe had investigated until be was the signers.
rertahl that the profits would be large. Meanwhile the tomato cannery was
X )ue p) almost all the money and hurried along, and the fixtures ar--
,nurolltedl things, and what few other rived to be put in place. In her walks
itrckhohl.dri there were did not belong about the town the spinster met Mr.
& trtqgfrv ." 8Strong several times face to face.
A" ipreldent et a tomato cannery tvery time he scowled and she chuc-
Acub Strong felt hwinelf to be a tan- kled. There was anxiety at the Scrib-
gible object. tle was right there and ners' to learn what was afoot, but the
all there, in his pomposity. He didn't only explanation they could get was:
Ipropw to have any of his neighbors ."I am simply doing a little financier-
.rel~nthatut a tczkhnlders they need Ing to help Cupid and the tomato
uch awe of him. market along. When It's time to ex-
course the magnate's son in- plodto the torpedo you'll all hear the
d the carpenter's daughter of the racket,
Situt of a ls Yog Horae She had been in Strongsville almost
was determined to disobey his father
a month when the racket was heard
t any ost: but. fortunately. Auntor business.
da arrived on her annual visit She The cannery was ready for bu-ness.
da arrived on br annual visit Shple and the farmers had been notified to
didn't exactly believe that all people bei delivery on a certain date. The
were equal, but she bowed to none. date came. but there were no toma
. 3" ra carpenter and a kitarttmlth were toes.
honest and respectable men they were A messenger was dispatched with a
just as good i -her eyes as magnates horse and buggy. He had been back
The Serlbners attempted to keep tbhe bot half an hour when Miss Bas-
Sfro her but she hadn't been o half a hour whe Mss Bas-
reo a day wen shen turned *comb entered Mr. Strong's office for
.o e ,. _. _a@ eM:the second time and plumped herself
:u. her sister antI salId: 4ownn ^l the same chair,
:"Mary, there's semethtng Vfng on l amet telephone. He
tere. and I want to kii6w al About was a the telephone.
Xl. I find Nettle iofkiag piqued a ;nI ...
mnrowful, and she hasn't eaten enough i iM
-t three meals to keep a bird allYvA FRENCH FEIALE
.o use tryfug to keep H iot f PILLS.
What's the matter?" Aas, C TAu amR, ror Surru.m sMn...marm T.
-"le was told. and when she had the iYf Orney eurp |e d a asd
jarutlcular she set her Jaw and nod- nmOO 'etbox. |Wmrndhm ot Irmtobe dfor
i her head, whicb showed that she hae tbsm rend yourorder. to the
tad 'd:e~ up her mind. Just what ft UNITEMEDICALCo., ox74, LanAv, Pa.
was a dd't, y t~a| evening, nor Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchell
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$19.98 of his hard earned
a solitaire.-Chicago News.

he put up
wealth for


Department of the Interior.
October 23, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that James A.
Adams whose postoffice address is West-
bay, Florida, did on on the 23d doy of
August. 1909, file in this ofilee Sworn
Statement and Application, No. 05597,
to purchase the nX of ne anud swY of
neM of section 4, township 2, south,
range 16 west, Tallahassee Mridian.
and the timber thereon, under the pro-
visions of the act of June 3, 1878.
and acts amendatory, known as the
Timber and Stone Law, at such value
as might be fixed by appraisement, and
that, pursuant to such application, the
land and timber thereon haye been ap-
praised, the timber estimated 160,000
board feett $2.00 per M. and the land'
$80.00; or combined value of the land
nnd U1mber at $400.0'; that said appll-
cant wil offer final proof in supportlaf
his application and sworn statement on
the 5th day of Jannary 1910. before the
l6trk Of circuit courttt Vernon, Florida.
Any person is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
test at any time before patent issues by
filing a corroborated affidavit in this of-
fice, alleging facts which would defeat the
entry. HENRY S. CHnBB, Register.

U. S. Land Oflic at Gainesville, Fir ida.
November 26, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that John L,
Sconiers, whose postoffice address is Ba -
he.Ad, Florida, did on the 23rd day of
August, 1909 file in this office sworn
staiteme'lt and Application, No. 05732
to purchase th; ni of sel and ne, of sw4
Section 1, Township 2 south, Runga 14
west, Tallenasese Meridian, and th.e tim-
ber thereon under the provisions of the
act of June 3,187Y. and acts amendatory,
known as the "Timber and Stene Law,"
at, such value as might be fixed by ap-
praisement, ,and that pursuant to such
application, the land and timber thereon
have been appraised at Five Hundred
and Forty Dollars, the timber estimated
at 320.000 board feet at $1.50 per M. and
the land $60.00; that said applicant will
offer fin I proof in support of his applica-
tion and sworn statement on the 2nd day
of February, 1910, before the clerk ,of
the circuit court at Vernon, Florida,
Any person is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a oon-
test at any time before the patent issues,
by filing a corroborated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which would defeat
the entry. HznaR S. CaUBB, Register.

November 20, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that William
D. Turner, whose rostoffice address is
W:usau, Florida, did on the 19th
day of August, 1909, file in this office
sworn statement and Application, No.
05731 to purchase the sel of swi, and
as of sei of section 1, township 2 south,
range 14 west, Tallahassee Meridian and
the timber thereon, under the provisions
of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts
amendatory, known as the' Timber and
Stone Law,"at such value as might be
fiixed by appraisement, and that pursu-
ant to such application, the land and
timber -thereon have been appraised at
Six Hundred Dollars, the timber esti-
mated at 360,000 board feet at $1.50 per
M, and ihe land $60.00 'hat said appli-
cant will offer firal proof in support of
his vplication and sworn statement on
the 2nd day of Februarv, 1910, before
the clerk ol the circuit court et Vernon,
Any person is at liberty to protect this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
test at any tihue before the patent issues,
by filing a corrobapated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which wou d defeat
the entry. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.

for re NETaf A. o opat
for .h&ldrest safe, wre. Wo opiate.

was using vigorous inaguage au,
dancing around.
"Well, and how's the towato in:,
ket?" asked the caller as he glared u
her and rung off.
"It is you-you who have done thll
thing." he exclaimed, "to revenge your
self: iou! 'Youi:
"Yes. I have cornered every tomato,
In the county. It wasn't for revenge.
but to give Cupid a chance. How much
will you take for your factory, cash
down? It hasn't any pedigree to speak
of, but I think Mr. Scribner, the car-
penter. can give it one."
"I won't sell to youl Your tomatoes
can rot on your hands!"
"Oh, no, they won't, Jacobl" chuckled
Miss Hilda. "I can sell them at a very
nice profit. But your factory can stand
idle while I build one of my own! Bet-
ter talk business, Jacob Strong. That
8"t of yours is a nice young man, and
I think a heap of my niece. It's a love
match, and it would be a pity to see
It broken off. Isn't there some way
that I can turn these tomato contracts
over to you and let your factory begin
work? There's money in the canning
business, and I don't want to kill an
Mr. Strong fought for an hour and
thet' gave in and shook hands. By the
time the contracts were assigned to
him he was smiling. By the time the
woman in the rusty old bonnet was
ready to go he was ready to remark
"Just so, Miss Bascomb; Just so. Mr.
and Mrs. Scribuer are most worthy
people, and if Horace is in love with
their daughter I have no objections to
a marriage. He is old enough to judge
for himself, and it is not for me to in.
terfere. Good day, ma'am, good day,
and thank you ever so much for call.

A Strenuous Hint.
He had been a regular Sunday caller
for six months, when one evening he
dropped in arrayed in a new suit.
"That's a lovely wedding suit you
have on," remarked the dear girl.
"Why!" gasped the astonished young
man, "t-this is a b-business suit!"
"Well," rejoined the d. g. calmly
"I mean business."

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,ventlon ts probably patentable. Comm isa.
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"You may cotbe along if you want
to, but I should think you'd hate to
be always tagging." Berta said. with a
small, insolent laugh. Berta was 'a
beauty and a belle. Linda. her sister.
older by two years, was neither.
According to the countryside, Linda
was even ugly.
People who'were all for roses and
dimples and sunshiny smiles saw no
beauty in Linda's olive complexion, her
severely classic profile and the slim
figure, which they'called thin.
8he did not smile much, and she
laughed so rarely in public that gossip
said she did not know how. Before*
she was sixteen she had been set down
as a predestined spinster.
It was far otherwise with Berta, who
was a damask rose embodied in ador-
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Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Gainesvillo, Fla.)
December 11, 1909
Notice tare reby given that Julian O.
Baggett of Mnrlee, Florida, who, on Feb-
ruary 25. 1903, made tHomestead entry,
No. 32185, (Serial Number.. 02013) for
Lots 2, 3 4 and 5, section 17, township
2 south, range 15west, Tallahassee Me-
ridin, has filed notice of intention to
make final 'five-year' proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before
the clerk of thp cicruit court at Vernon,
Florida. on the 19th day of January.
Claimant names as witnesses: Eugene
Murfee, of Murfee, Florida, Lindsav Bu-
chanan, of We.-tbay; Florida and John
L, Morrell and Willie Morrell of Ebro,
Florida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
U. S Land Office at Gainrsville, '
November 20, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that LeRoy H.
Buchanan, whose postoffice addross is
Chipley, Florida, did on the 10th day of
Jaly, '1909, file in this office Sworn State-
ment and Applicati.n. No. 05645, to pur-
chase the uej of sec. 1, township 2 south.
range 16 west, Tillahassee Meridian,
and the Itimber thereon, under the pro-
visions of the act of June 3, 1878, arid
acts amendatory, kuown as the "Timber
and Stone Law," at such yaluation as
might be fixed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application the land and
timber thereon have been appraised, at
Five Hundred and Sixty Dollars, the tim-
ber estimated at 320,000 board feet at
$1.50 per M,, and the land $80.00; that
saii aDplicant will offer final proof in sup-
porf of his applicatioit and sworn state-
ment on the 2nd day of February. 1910.
before |'he cle'k of the circuit court at
Vernon, Florida,
Any person i at liberty to contest this
purchase Iefo're entry, or initiate a con-
test at any timeAbefore patent issues, by
tiling a curr bornitd affilnvit in this of-
ice, nllegiing facts which would dcreat
the ein'rv. H.i nr-S L'CausB, register.
Depatrtomnt of the i terror.
U. S. Land Offce at Gainesville, Fa.,
N,.vcmnler 20 1909.
Notice JB hereby given that Isabell
Vinson, formerly Isabell Smith, widow of
EasontB. Smith, deceased, of Westbay,
Florida, who, on November 12th, 1903,
made Homestead Entry, No. 33132, Se-
rial, No. 02185, for the ne,4, section 3,
township 2 south, range 16 rept, Talla-
hassee Meridian, has filed notice of in-
tention to make final five-year proof to
esthllish claim to the land above describ-
ed, before the clerk of the circuit court,
at Vernon, Florida, on the 4th day of
January, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: D. J.
Vinson, W. W. Vinson, James Adams
and Aaberry Foxworth, all of Westhay,
Flor:da. HENRY S.,CHauB.Register,

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At the fitst symptoms of told; give as
directed, and ward off drnger of croup.
bronchitis, sore throat, cold in the head
and stuffy .breathing, It brings com-
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Keep always on hand and refuse sub-
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30x50 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the more inlportant
buildings-is of great value to any-
one contemplating purchaihg prol.-
erty in town. It covers about fomu
liles of coast line, extending east
ward frrom Dyer's Poi,.t to andl rm-
ibacing Old St. Andlrews, wiithi co.r
spendinging territory inland. Price
nie Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
Showing all the lands disposed of by
the Cincinnati Company, also locates
Harison, barker, Cromanton and
adjacent country. The plat of the
lots is not shown, but by the aid of
this map the approximate location of
Pny let is easily determined. Price
Filtv Cents, at the Buoy Office.
Eithermap will be sent by mail to
,ny address or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very beralclul.
hingi arrangements with a few ofthe very
nestpublications in thecountry and for
the present can send for a whole year
1'he BUOY and
Detroit Free Press(twice-a-week
and Year Book) ............ 1.7o
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 85
do Semi weekly,for1l 55
Scientific American' .... 3 50
Farmer andFruit Grower ... 2 55
Floiida Agriculturist ... 1 5.)
do clubsof 5.each ... 2 25
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 17
N.Y. World (thricea week)..... 1 75
The Cosmopolitan............. 1 75
The Criterion.................. 1 50
For any or either of the above publica-
ions' in connection with the BUOY ad-
aess all o'ders to IHE BUOY,

',) le ivil :liut IWloodi. l.llncn at twenty-
'he ilitd never had a beau. Berta's
,onqnestg( coillid not be reckoned upon
all her fingers.
At first Bertn liked to hate Linda go
out with her. finding in tier dark pallor
a fine foil for her own charms. But
after awhile she grew in a strange,
unaccountable way resentful of Linda.
It seemed a reflection on the family
that its elder daughter was so nearly
a social cipher. At least that was
what Berta told herself, Everybody
feels the sovereign need for a good
excuse to justify an unkind action.
Not for worlds would she have ad-
mitted to herself her feeling really had
Its origin In certain praises of Linda
spoken by a man when she herself had
resolved to marry.
Alston Wade was the man. He was
the catch of the county. He lived
twenty miles away and had not known
the Lee girls until six months before.
Then they had met at the county fair,
and after that they had not been able
to go anywhere without finding him
there. Not that they objected. Wade
was the kind of man to whom no one
could object-not even a young woman
predestined to spinsterhood.
Linda danced but rarely; therefore
Berta had well nigh monopolized Al-
ston's attention. He had made oppor-
tunities, for all that, to talk with Lin-
da and had even been unwise enough
to tell Linda's sister that she rested
and cheered him as might a fresh and
fragrant breeze.
Berta had cooed that Linda was
truly the dearest old thing. When
they were home again and for weeks
thereafter she did not spare the dear-
est old thing one possible pin prick.
"You won't be lonesome. All the old
maids in town are sure to be at the
Ansleys'," she ran on as they stepped
into the carriage. She had been hop-
ing Linda would not go to the lawn
party. It was the first of the season
Nobody but Peggy Ansley would have
risked such a thing thus early, even
though May had come in summer
"It would be better if you'd put on
a black frock, a short one, and a white
apron. Then you could help serve
I things," she went on.
a Linda smiled gravely. "And you
could have worn my chip hat," she re-
plied, with a faint twinkle. "I know
It's almost as becoming to you as you
are to it. But I'm getting to be selfish
as I grow older."
"The hat doesn't matter. If people
see me they never think of what I have
on," said Berta. "I'm not just part of
the scenery, like some people."
Linda flushed and made a motion to-
ward the carriage door, almost as if
she would leave It. In a moment, how-
ever, she sank back on the cushion,
saying evenly: "Well, after all, the
scenery has its uses. Anyway, I'm go-
ing to have the best time I can. As
you say, I shan't be lonesome. Peggy
says she's asked everybody in town
over six months old."
"Yes, I know it'll be the same as a
Sunday school picnic. I fully expect
to see you marching about looking like
the head of an orphan asylum," Berta
commented spitefully. Linda only
smiled again. After a minute she Said
very slowly: "At least I'll escape tag-
giig that way. Abd you mustn't .be
spiteful if for once I have more fol-
lowers than you."- '
Soon they rolled through the Ansley
gates In sight of green lawns. flower
decked and soft as velvet. Knots 6f
people flecked the turf, the women
brave in light spring garments and even
the men showing hints of the season's
enlivening in their more sober attire.
Children ran around picking flowers
unhindered or flung them down to r61l
ecstatically onu the grass. Berta lost
her scowl at the sight She was a
woman for all her hard ambitions.
Linda longed to gather the toddlers
In aer'arms and carry them off to fairy-
land. She controlled herself and walk-
ed decorously among them, only stop-
ping now and then to pat a tousled
curly head.
She had on a rose pink frock, with
smothers of fine lace at throat and
wrists. Somehow In spite of Berta's
taunts her spirits had risen until her
mood matched her appearance.
More than one person looked after
her, half startled, as she passed along.
Young men for the most part made a
rush for Berta and hung about her as
she moved, but more than one, drop-
ping out, said inwardly, "Linda's near-



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iy as pretty this afternoon."
All unconscious of looks and unspo-
ken thought, Linda went on to the far-
ther edge, where the-older people were
established in garden chairs o' upon
settles. They were talking and laugh-
ing among themselves.
There were less than a dozen of
them, all lifelong friends or enemies.
A little apart from them sat a white
haired woman, smiling at the scene
happily, but quite aloof. Evidently
she was a stranger. Instinctively Lin-
da sat down beside her, saying, with
a smile, "If you would rather not talk
['11 be as still fs9 a mouse."
"But I want to talk very much," the
white haired lady replied. "It's hard
enough to be only a looker on when
you know everybody and can see un-
dler the surface. I know nobody here
except the man who brought me.
Bringing me was a whim of his, and I
never cross his whims. He knows
Mrs. Ansley-ln fact. she is a sort of
family connection. And he is coming
back to me after awhile. I think he
has something on his mind that he
wants to get off."
"How delightful 1 feel as if I were
sharing a conspiracy," Linda answered.
with a soft smile.
The strange lady leaned across and
patted her hand, saying impulsively:
"it is a conspiracy. and you shall
know how it ects after it ends. But
now tell me who is who and nil about
everybody. I dare ask that because
from your face 1 know you never tell
the things people would rather were
!eft unsaid,"
"I'm a rank impostor. It's all my
pink frock." Linda said. pretending to
whisper. "In reality 'mi awfully grump
and grim. I'm beginning to sympa-
tfhl with the woman who said she
was, never entirely at peace with God
and. man except when she felt entirely
well dress e ld."
."S .ymur sr haspoh its pink frock.
too," the strange lady said, with a
glimmering nsille Linda nodded. "And
I am gladd" she said briefly. "I am
half ready to promise myself never to
wear black nor to feel black again.
It's such a sha!ne when there are the
flowers and little cI !dren and good
friends to make living worth while."
"You'll make it worth while wher-
ever y'(u go." the white haired lady
iald, with c('onvl Jon "Now qnit be-
ing na':",lic an::d turnn lrossip. Remem-
ber. I 14n't know anybody or anything
.tbount ii!ybw:v(y "
LJti:!; bega ; eagerly to t'll the tale
of .:iests. Now nd I:f'tin her listener
nodlde( at a nimine. tapped her tingers
In her palm and said to herself. "I
used t to kno the father or. "I can
-ce the favor of thle nmther." Elv
let rlyv she wa: a. o:'.wwdiciy n':,wty re
'ur~: I t Ol 'e o fntl> ill r :I r r'i:,' n..
'! I s tn.'i '. "1 n" su'i t 'i tf

lothtI. r i ; Lt: 'l n if '..y::-s !iwni'
wi 3h a : < .lnr !i \ti, fr:l i' rie a
roi'eigner ai I.l g ne t lvel oil. ro i d
Alston h:u k>tru t w bideI thii:. and
Berta was. more vWv:c lu,)tn'ly bleautifu
than ever Yet soiie sIKud fell over
ir rat'.(ace as they, appro:iced near
enough to see who sat beside Mrs

her. eYou knowT s depends on you tor
help her with things."
"Weo will go together. I also am go-
ing to help." Alston said, taking Lin-
da's hnslr. "l other, h n sure e aitne
Berta will be hery, very kind to you,
although." drophl 'ig his voice signfl-
hautly. "she cun't midke up to you for
losing Linda, because nobody can pos-
sibly do that."
"Ilave you managed to get the ques-
tion off your wind, my boy?" Mrs.
Wade asked. with seeiudag irrelevance,
buI a meaning Aile And her son an-
Bwered. with an ardent look at Linda:
aY(t; It Is ;uiteg off my mind. But
there's another questtiok. a very much
oii;re yinpo-rtant one. that Linda must
cttle f'r Im rie!ite a way "


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Estate Company.

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t* told her she"should hear the end
of the conspiracy," Mrs. Wade sid,
laughing. Her, sot paused a.pecond to
say over his shoulder, '-^li# d't rest,
content with simply hearing It, be-
cause she herself is the end."

Certain About It.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, a
couple of cowpunchers found thesr*.
8slves guests in the home of a minister
of the gospel whose custom was to
hold family worship of a morning and
to conclude the same by asking each'
one present to give some quotatfloa
from the Scriptures. One after an-
other repeated some text until at last
-it came the turn of Jim Bulstobe of
the Crowfoot ranch.
"'My dear young friend~ said the,
dominie as he saw the latter helstat-
ing, "surely can recall some verse
from the Bible?"
Jim's face was bathed with profuse
perspiration, but at last there came t
him some approximation of a memory
of something he had read or heard at'
sone stage of his life about the first
chapter of Genesis. At last he broke
out, "God made the world."
The dominie lifted a hand to hide a
sudden smile, but bowed to Jim's
twighbor In the circle. Curley w#l
'Venl worse iff than Jim had been and
for the life of him could not think of
anything. At last, remembering the
occasional virtue of a good bluff,, hb
twisted one foot around his chair leg
and. with all the confidence he could
muster. remarked. "IIe shore didl"--
Bta,~veft ion.

But He Did.
"What do you meau by kissing my
daughter, sir?"
"I'm sorry, but'I couldn't help my
self." .
"Couldn't help yourself That's jut
what you did dot"

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about yourself when you're crippled
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pains and stillness and leave you as well
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The orwiMianry m'ii whn Is rmplo)yed
Indoors 'tlhrrnpmghomi the dlr d'.-n nit
t*lk clenttmb.. II. nert'i4 mhf frfeb air
and sunshine of Ite (rtfdctrt. ;It. r;i.
matter how tired be may I,.' *ll'.rt
time In I he opre air will' re't inril If
be lins no opportunity in wallk (llurllnl
fIe .evpning. lyp ushslitr I ~, ii i i i Il
morning. i'hf e i. i l.'i,-.-r Iuth'
than a two mile w:k ) lerir eriim- i
work. Som il, tnl' ll,,-sM mlt'n %ti I, fl re
sonie dli'tant e tronl' ttl'iri ot!lretS ,or
stores w.iik dviwn reti la;ti, epvrry
morning aml u re gr'atli t.I',.-fil4l
thereby. No ri tnt'r l w I I1 i4n
they niay feel oi an irjAin; tlw' tnoitiimg
walk lputs ihem iIn y.rm (t r*rt tfo tile
lay's work xer,~-rr t) iIn Int'.odln air.
starn t ti. llo, tl to e'irculitling iln every
artery and81 vein In thet et re systerim,
o 'I llf s pIl Itif mir's t A l .r 'tkii. so thllt
ihe wi'a tt. rii;ter Itf' itf r i'rtfty tl.Ty eo-
4t tr'ce. iimlli.i rs up ti'i Joinit. ar nt
i iif..e'.i* "it fi lip;s oi. Ib n *'.tmii tfi or rt e
'utlis ot i 'It "' 1: .1 I. n (tG ette.
Couloni t T-n.
", wonlt like li,:h!)tity to envJy
rilhes.'" .
"''Ih(.n why don't yO'u try to marry
".As 1 safi. I want Pt enjo: 'era."-
Kansas City Times.

Enjoyed Trouble.
"How do you know Bflggin4 ecnjn
"Because he'd rather be the umpire
in a baseball game than one of the

Success often leads to insolence.-
Irish Proverb.

More Danville Proof.
Jacob Schrall, 332 South st.,, Dauvilla
111., writes: "For over eigbteetrmon4hs
I was a sufferer from kidney and blad-
der trouble. During the whole time
was treated by several 'doctors 'and
tried several different kidney ptlls.
Seven weeks ago *I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney PilI, and I am feeling
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