Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: January 13, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00275
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ST. ANDREWS4 FLA,4 JAN. 13, 1910.

NO, 50.

tl S. Senator- District.. W. H. Milton. Mari
anna; 2d District, 1 P. Taliaferr. Jacksonville:
R repsentativea-ist District, S. Sparkman
Tampa; 2d Distrct, Prank Clark, Lake City;
3d District, Da.i.te H. Mays. Monticello.
Land Office~ egistrar. Shields Warren; Reeeiv-
er, H. S. Chubb, Gainesvi le.
Btat -e overor, Albert W. Gilchrist: 9eeretary,
H. C. Crawford; Treasurer. W V. Knott, Attor
tey-General, Park M. Trammel: Comrp troller.
A. J. Croom; Superntendent of Public Instruc-
tlo W Holloway; Commissioner o( Agn-
culture, B. E. McLin Chemist. R. B Rose:
Geologist, E. H Sellards; Audi tor. Ernest Amos
Adtan -General. Ji Clitfford R. Foster; Rail-
road Comis es-QeDR. C Dunn. R Hudson
Bu. N. A. Blitch and S E Cobh, clerk.
a Satdr-Buell Cook. Chepley.
Sedagl ._ RePresenative. R. L. Mc-
WahingtonCo nty-epr, ljge. I1. A.
Kenzie. Panama City; County Judge. A.
Hutchise. na Cle of urt County Clerk,Re-
corder of ds. W C. Lockey; Sheff, C G.
Alcorder oVeon Depuy -C H. Danlord: Tax
Alle, Vc B Gainer,; Treasurer, H B. Tiller,
Clecto- TaW. Assessor J J Williams. Chbpley;
VCounty Su Asenr.d ]l F Gainer. Wauau;
unrvety u nos Collins. Vernon County Com-
mts i Fir'st Disc.t Thomas Brock. Sec-
ond District, S, W. Bush Third Dislrict, I. NM.
Sinuaou; Fourth Distnct. B. F. Evans; Fifth
.. District. J. Fl. Porter.
St. Andrws, o- Mayor. J H Drummond;
Andrewk, no. R. Thompson arslial, Cha L.
lrmstk g AlderJen. L. M. Ware, George W.
Bullock b usce ot the peace. John Slurrock
Notaries. A. Emmons, l H.urer, r T. Bul
9itk' School DlrectOrs. G. W. Surber. Sr T. B.
D. Gainer, M. Co. Post i. Brake; Postmaster,
Mrs. M. Rose.
p&nm. l RoCityPostmaster. Mrs. Belle Boothe;
Deputy Sheriff. Ai Hoeboom justice of
Millville Postmaster .. ..........
MillvlPe, CM. ,Harrie,; Constable, J. H.
Park Ptaster, FM. Boutelle; Notary
Public, W. H. Parker.
CalUoway--Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-Postmastr. Andrew Allan.
est Bay-Postmaster ..............
Southport.Postmaster, R Bsrnett.
OayPostmistress, Mrs R. Gay.
Bayhead-Postmaster. 1 Mashblrn.
Gook--Postmaster, j. J. Fowler.
WeaIppo--Postmireis. Ms.. Dyer.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Calhoun County, Cromanton-Potmaster, Nora
Sarndalei-Postmaster W. F. Woodford.
a REL ming ave, and Pearl st,
Ba tist-Church Wy pomin ? ,
e. Herran S.Howard, postor;prea ching ev-
ety sem Snd ndaY, -oiinga and evening; Sun-
day School every Sundsy at 9 a, m.; Prayer
service every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Methodist Episcopal--Chnrch Washington Ave
and Chestnut St. Sunday School 9:30 a. m.,
every Sunday. Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
bbyterian-Church corner Loraine Ave. and
PrDrake St. Sunday' ch6uol at 9.:3 a. m. every
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt J. R. Round-o
tree. pastor. i
ttholrc-Church. corer Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St.

'atker Lodge No. 142
E'. & A.. 3 .
F. Regular Commu-
Snications on the first
and third Saturdays
in each nionth.
Visitiitg Brother
It1 E PALMUR Secretary

Story Public for State at Large. has iurisdictl'.n
-, -. lh; Inkr allid.v.'iti. _Iit ahi e
acknowledgemenL., eLL.. .nr.. e .i .....
Special attention ivcen to land conve)ancs ,
and marriage ceremony performed for lawhully
quahlied parties. Urlce at the Buoy Office.
St. Andrews.l
Doctorof Medicine. Graduate of the University
of Bonn, Germadin. Lnromnic Diserses anrd ds-
eases of Women and Children my Specialty.
Notary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this juris..Jctlion.
Office at Bank of St. Aidrews.
Notary Public for State at Large. Office at Store,
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notanal work solicited and given prompt
tice of the Peace, Dist. No. 5. Office at resi-
d" dence in West End, St. Andrews; but carries
his seal with him at his buine'ss and is prepared
to apply his jurat to inoirumcnts, wherever
found. Attends to olicoal business in his juris-
diction, Collections a specialty.
Nootay 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
north~ist 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
toartion. W. A-. MMON RC
e-- -
Rev. I. W. Williams Testifies.
Rev. I. W. Williams, Huntington,
W. Va.. wrttes as follows: "This is to
certij that I used Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney.
trouble and am free to say that Foley's
Kidney Remnedy will do all that is
claimed for it. Sold by all druggists.
Wells In India.
The question of wells in India is
o nmli li, trd iv the coexistence in each




$1.00 a Year in Advance,

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


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

If this paragraph is checked with a
bluepencilit is a reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
orthree extra numbers will be sent
you that no breaks may occur should
you choose to renew.

St. Andrews Bay was firE
brought to the notice of a big Nei
York City banker through Mr. I
N. Welles' small ad. in the Buoy
The letters, of which the following,
are absracts were received a fe%
days ago by Mr. Welles, who, a
many Buoy readers know, is adver
tising St St. Andrews Bay with
view to forming a Select Club here
New York City, Dec. 29, 1909.
Mr. H. N. Welles,
e -. St. Andrews, Fla.-
Dear Sir: Aftel
making careful inquiries about yoL
and your'plans, I think of bringing
a party of our friends, numbering
about fifty for a trip to St An.
drews, which you have so graphic-
ally described, provided we can get
you to prepare for our reception
and take care of us after we get
there. It is only fair to you to say
that I have written myi- friend, Hon.
H. Baldwin Rice regarding you,
and from his icply, feel confident
that we can rely bn you if you tell
-.-',,, ,.', .t.. ', 0,1 ,jI,,..U i, \',u h1.y
imrnc'iately after the close of our0
principal social functions, and re-
main at least through March.
Should join Mr. Frank 3Iunse.'s
party. Our party willinclude ,?nme
of the most influential men of New
York and Philadelphia. *
* some of these men might easily
become interested in your country
and make you good Club mnen and
possible investors. We do not
wish 'to stop at a country hotel,
but prefer the cottage plan. We
could bring some of our servants
with us, but would prefer you to
bring over some of your own from
your former house, as you say you
can. I shall give vou carte blanche
us regards expense.
Very truly yours.
F. E. Mayhew.

Following is from Hon. H, Bald-
win Rice Mayor of Houston,
Houston, Texas, Dec. 28, '09.
Mr. H, N. Welles:
Dear Sir and Friend-
My friend Mr. F. E. Mayhew of
New York City has written me
making some inquiries regarding
your methods of caring for guests,
as he thinks of visiting your coun-
try with a large party of his friends.
[ think that my reply would besat-
sfastory to you, as I am glad to
recomend you at any time. Some
of the biggest financiers ot the coun-
try will he with the party, for at
east a week. Mr. Mayhew himself
s prominently connected with three
of the largest banks in New York
City. They are good people to tie
to. If you can interest them in St.

should have said:
much per week'

that it was that
The factory boss

told us that he paid out, eight
thousand dollars every two weeks.
I hope the cold is over now with
you, it seems to be over here. To-
day has been a nice warm day-we
did nnt even need a fire. With
good wishes for all the St. Andrews
people, I am respectfully
Mrs. J. D. Forrester.
< -- -'.'- .
The most comprehensive publi-
catron about the South, its recourc-
es, and its progress, its prospects
from everypoint of view, ever issued
is the Manufacturers' Record of Jan-
uary 6. If set in book form it
would make a volume of over 1000
pages. It contains a greater num-
ber of important special articles
about the many features of South-
ern progress than has ever before
appeared in any publication. It
surpasses the best special issue
ever before published by the Man-
ufacturers' Record.
-B *-
He Knew Them.
"The pastor of a Tallapoosa church,"
said a southern senator, "said rather
pointedly from the pulpit one Sunday
Ah sutny am rej'lced to see Brud-
dah Calhoun White in chu'ch once
mo'. Ah's glad Bruddah Calhoun has
saw de error of his ways at last, to'
dere is mo' joy obah one sinnah dat
repenteth dan obah de ninety, an'
"But at this point Brother Calhoun
White interrupted angrily.
(Oh.' said he from his seat. 'de nine-
ty an' rine needn't crow. Ah could
tell some things erbont ninety an' nine
ef Ah wanted ter!'"

He Who 'Laughs Last, Etc.
The old colored man bad climbed
into the dentist's chair of torture.
"Shall I gire you laughing gas, un-
cle?" queried the tooth carpenter.
"Not till after de toot am out. boss,"
replied the old man. "Reckon mebby
Ah'll feel mo' lake laffn' den."-Chi-
nago News.

I .ndrewe, they will do that country
some good. * *
Your friend,
H. Baldwin Rice.

Corespondence of tne Buoy.
Wauchula, Fla., Jan. 1, 1910.
Editor Buoy: I imagine the peo-
ple of St. Andrews have had pretty
eold weather. It :has been cold
down here-the pumps froze up
three mornings and the ground was
Crusted; on Thursday night, men
sat up all night and kept fires
burning in their orange groves.
S'me say the thermometers regis-
tered down to 22' forsa few min-
utes. Hundreds of crates of gar-
den peas were lost and all the to-
matoes killed td the ground. The
people here don't know yet the ex-
tent of the injury to their oranges.
One man lost one hundred crates of
peas just ready to pick. Another
two hundred. Those who got their
crop off before the freeze are get-
ting returns now and are realizing
from $7,50 to $9.00 per crate.
Orange growers expected to ship
150,000 crates of fruit from Wau-
chula. They .have only shipped
half of that number-the the other
half are on the trees; but they are
going ahead with work getting
ready to plant their spring truck.
Those who have lost, had made
a lot of money on other things and
they are not hurt so very much.
In writing to soms of my friends I
said the pay roll here was twenty
thousand dollars per month, but

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A SpcialI
a ra 1

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0 The "Stunner" Was a Sur- "
prise to the Two Students.

Copyright, 1909, by Associated Lit-
erary Press.
4.>4"..+..+4'.*+ ** *.* -***'*.4.*
Stanton Thorpe and his chum, Kid
Walker, were walking rapidly across'
the canipus, absorbed In tPeir owu lm
liorlano. It was the first .iF-
senior year'. Stautou was cl ia presi-
dent, and the Kid was his right band
A tall, striking girl passed rapidly
by. Stanton was interested at once
and not a little surprised when he saw
the girl smile back at his companion.
who pulled off his cap with unfeigned
"Who's your friend. Kid?"' he asked
when they were well out of hearing.
"Why. that's MarJory King. I told
you abotit tir. She's the girl I met at
the house party last summer; made an
awful hit with the fellows there; Isn't
she a stunner, though?"
"Marjory King," mused the other
"Isn't she a stunner?" And the Kid
gave his friend a thump on the iirm to
force an answer.
"Oh. she's a stuhnt ; all right. If
that's what you waht to know. Say.
she isn't a frshmtnan. is she?"
The Kid lauilb'd. "Well, not exact-
ly. She's registered as a special in fne
arts. I shouldn't wonder If she was
rather oldish myself."
"How old. saiy?' quieri-e Stanton.
whose interest was thoroughly reused
The Kid's voice was lowered. "Twicn
ty-three." he voutured cautiously.
His companion whistled. "Well. I'm
as old as that myself." His eyes had
followed her to the other side of the
campus. "Say. Kid. she is a stunner.
Shouldn't much mind coeducation if
they were all like that."
The next day the two boys were
u-akiing their way froni ortt of the ei)
cineeritg buildings to their d(Iornjtitir3
"Say. Kid." s:(id ol.,titi.n after sev-
r:i minilut!s' silence, "what's she tak-

Si- o'i er -:i',ii-f :l l._ 'f-llyr. "i'.h,':
)h. ane' aRi s i'l a! In tine arts. which
ilea;iis ailii 'l i;ig at all, doesn't it?

T IM'll ( it'I ri :NV" .g*I in l "c*l n.-
(1;.' as thi we'd yet h'ebil-r an iunitedd
Indl kind if gain ti me on the other
'ellows it \e w.re lo take some work
v%'ith ler."
This !;ia tamit with his chum's entire
l'roral.tl su they turnPd their steps
4.way r'rom Ithe dtrilitory toward the

'I i t: fir st lt,; '.:v- to se-p Ntnrjory
iu i Hit'uce th (deaHln lu to low them to
;L;ke aa iliu',* j ii ;ivir ; ovi t 1our's( o:
ti:dy. Th'!et first wa;s easy ecnalh. for
as class officers thel [xys were allow-
aId to have access to ttie students' rec-
"Jn"' !int to look at a few'of thb
fellovs ti, : (' r !ds." said Stanton to
the t'e i:-ir:r s:. :e tuluiiiml, through
the K's i ;: .rge card <.n,:ilgme. He
mad ;. hi \ notes tronil he desired
card a;; ;:- .;tunrd to his friend. who
was s. .t th eC table.
H., si:,ki' in subduel d tones: "Ad
va:! l ii;i ::' 'onversation. art of
.Ires~ ri.a:i n.. scitentific cooking. stndy
.f the lii(d tindi ;:id irl yieie tlnar)
philoligy. The first we arrnu't inli
fled fr., the next two aren't open to,
men. child mind I won't take. so it's:
got to be the last."
"What is philology, anyway'" asked
the Kid.
"Blessed if I know. It's one of Pro
fessor Brown's deadliest, but It's pelr
fectly all right."
"Well. let's take it then."
So it was that Stanton Thorpe and
Kid Walker, engineers, took up the
study of languages under the celebrate
ed Dr. Brown and-a tact of mudcl
greater importance-became in a few
months the undisputed claimants to
the friendship of MarJory King. I
As time went on and Mlurjouy was
seen more and more with Stauunt and
the Kid and less with the other boy
people began, to talk. She apparently I

roiushig cheer, boys. Are you ready?"
"B-r-o-w-n: Rip! Rah! Rep! King!
King! King!" came the shout of twen-
ty tvotces.
KIA Winlkir waS completely dazed.
He loobhk-i uii to see Ifrofesor Brown
walking rapidly by. with Marjory King
srmling at his side. His eyes met
"Isn't she a stunner?" asked an e-
thusiastic onlooker.
Stahtbti smiled grimly at the Kid.
"Oh. she's a stunner, all right, if that's
what you want to know."

found their cunipauionstlip agreeable.
but no one, not even the two lucky
Seniors themselves, could decide which
one she preferred. The rivalry-in-
tense though It was-outy cemented
their friendship, and they never dream-
ed of concealing from each other their
growing fondness for the girl.
"There's no use joking aboLt it,
Kid," said Stanton toward the end of
the college year. "1 mean business.
Wlat's the use of a boy like you get-
ting silly over a girl like Marjory
"Perhaps there isn't any.". said the
other frankly, "but i'm gofng to stick
it out. It seems sometimes as if she
treated me with a little more-move
interest thaa she does you."
Stanton laughed. '"That's where
you're dead wrong, old man. By the
way, that philology exam is going to
' fi'telty stiff fUr the poor girl.- It's
a shame she ever took the course with
a fossil like Brown. But I imagine I
can help her out with my notes. You
know I haven't missed a lecture, and
've full reports on all the outside read-
ings. I have offered to let her have
my notebook for a week before the
exam, and I told her I'd coach her up
all I could."
"That's a good move. all right," said
the Kid. looking with admiration at
his friend. "I wonder why I never
think of those things."
"Oh, well, she isn't going to marry
me just on account of that."
"Isn't going to what?"
"Well, 1 never put it that way be-
fore, but of course I intend to propose
to her. I told you I was in dead ear-
"Oh, I suppose I will, too. in the
course of time. I never happened to
think about that part of it before."
"I tell you frankly." said Stanton de-
libbrately; "I Intend to ask her a few
days before commencement, some time
after this beastly old exam is off."
"She'll hear from me about the same
time, then, and I bet you money I'll
win out."
So it was rtgreed between them that
Stanton should coach Marjory as he
had promised to and that as soon as
the marks of the examination were
posted the next morning he should
make his proposal, asking her to defer
her answer until later in the day. In
the course of the morning the Kid
should make his plea, and that night
they would know their fate.
The two boys approached the im-
portant day with ever increasing ex-
citement. The strain of senior exami-
nations seemed as nothing compared
with the uncertainty of not krowine
the state of Marjory King's affections
She seemed to take a ken relish In
keeping them in suspense. and a word
Of ernoerdragemen u to one ivas illwavs"
followed by a radiant smile upon the
The'day at last arrived, and Kid
Walker saw his chum depart upon his
important errand. "I don't wish you
luck, old man." he said, "but here's
my hand." And the two boys sepa-
rated with a warmer feeling of friend
ship for each other than they had ever
known before.
A large crowd of students had al-
ready gathered around the bulletin
board when the Kid sauntered up with
pretended indifference to see the result
of the philology examination. He
craned his neck over the crowd. That
name at the head of the list wU
enough-"M. King, 99 per cent." H'
felt a sudden sense of defeat. Stan-
ton had coached her, and she had
come out at the head of the list. He
pushed his way aimlessly away from
the others.
Suddenly he came upon his chum
walking slowly toward him.
"I ought to have known you'd win
her." said Stanton.
The Kid's happiness was tinged with
deep pity for his friend.
"Have you asked her?"
"Yes. She told me that she was
never so surprised in her life; said
she was just about to accept some
ane else. You're a lucky boy, Kid
"How (lid she know that I was go-
ing to propose?" stammered the Kid.
"But I'd better not keep her waiting
any longer."
He was detained by the voice of a
classmate: "Hello, Kid. Heard the
news ?"
"No. What news?"
"Philology Brown's going to be mar-
"Is be? It's about time." The Kid
was not in the least interested.
"Here they come!" called one of the
boys a few feet away. "iere's a

W'y Water Quenches Thirst.
Thirst, a-word of Anglo-Saxon origin
and akin to the Latin torreo and our
torrid or parched, describes a peculiar
sensation of dryness and heat located
in the tongue and throat. Artificial
Thirst may be produced by the passage
bT a current of' air over thf mucous
membrane of these parts, but normal
thirst is the conusquenezi of a lack of
liquid in the system. The agony of ex-
treme thirst is due to the fact that all
the tissues sympathize in this distress.
It is then as a refreshing relief that
a supply of water comes to thirsting
lips, replacing what has been lost, cool-
Ing the parched palate and rapidly
removing the craving which has de-
pressed the system. In short, water
quenches thirst just because it supplies
what at the moment is waiting and is
most eagerly desired, so that Solomon
could properly compare the gift of
"cold waters to a thirsty soul" to the
advent of good news. Thirst is to
some extent appeased by the injection
of water into the blood or body, though
no fluid touches the part to which the
sensation is referred.

The Salvation Armyts Name.
The adoption of the name "Salvation
Army" came about in a curiously un-
premeditated way. writes Commander
Eva Booth in Van Norden's Maga-
zine. As the head of the new move-
ment Mr. Booth had gathered around
him men who were as one with him
and acted as his secretaries. One day
he was walking up and down his
study, dictating, when he used these
"The Chrlstion mission is a volunteer
ie paused In his dictation and look-
ed thoughtfully over the shoulder of
his secretary at the written line, took
up the pen, scored out the word "vol-
unteer" and wrote above it "salvatibn"
and went on dictating. This was the
first time the word was used, and it
made such an impression that it began
insensibly to be thought as an appro-
priate name for the mission. It grew
upon the Imagination of men. They
liked It--lked it so well that they
unaly adupltedl "
Mended His Manners.
A certain. English officer Is noted for
his ready wit and quickness In relp
artee. In the very er'ly days of hiW
career he was ordered to Bombay and
was attached to the staff of the then
commander in chief as A. )D..
Shortly after his arrlral, at a func-
tion at the government house, a ne*
military secretary who, in the con-
scious pride of his new position, had
a hearty contempt for subalterns of all
degrees, with a glassy stare through
his eyeglass, offered him two fingers to
The A. D. C., quite unabashed, looft-
ed at him for a moment or two and
then said genially:
"Hang it all, major, the governor
gives me three!"
The whole room was convulsed, and
the military secretary, now a colonel,
profited by the hint and mended his
manners, but he never forgave the A.
D. C.-London Tit-Bits.

Bjornson's Advice.
There is a story told of Bjornstjerne
Bjornson that, arriving at a late hour
at the town of Bergen, which was en
fete to receive him, he vouchsafed to'
the expectant people no finer wofds
of wisdom than a general recommen-
dation to go to bed.
In vain they appealed to him for
"song or sentiment."' The great Bid-
tdarck, said he, gave the same advice
under conditions all similar, and what
was good enough for Berlin hiust suf-
fice for Bergen.
Three years later, on visiting the'
town for the second time, the trastt-f
novelist found a deserted city. Not a
Hlight burned in the dismal railway
6tatlon, no banners waved, no address-
ea were read by portly burgomasters,
ln vain Bjornaon asked for a cab.
"They have all gone to bed." was
the reply. And so Bef irn remembered.

comumuL'ity of two castes-the purer
Hlndoos and Gonds ou the one hand, -
the wearers on the other. No weaver W H. Milton, President. I M Dillon. Vice President. oh Milton i1 bec-Tr
may draw from the well of the Bin-
doos lest it be detailed, nor will the
H:indo, drink from the hands or the L XX 4an d L ,e e o
well of a weaver. Thus it becomes nee-.
essary either to dig two wells or to MARIANNA FLORIDA,
depute a certain number of the Hindoo
element to give water to their less ex- T :
alted fellow villagers. 0 T, $ 2 0 0 0 0

Al ost Human.
"Oh, George," tearfully exclaimed his
wife, meeting him at the door, "that Bu sell and deal in real estate, notes stocks, Secure Court,official and other bond.
parrot you brought home the other -

What's the maer with him?" ask- bonds, etc. Receive, hold and disburse mone an act
" do't o He won't tell me. Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insurance. trustees and agents for others.
Wben I ask him what the trouble is Lba By sgi l n
e Just swears dreadfly."--change. Lend andborrow money, both as principal and By special agreement will end money fr

riht y. as agent. ers on approved security and guarantee it rrm
"The gentlemen who came to see

daddy said I was one of the most in-
telligent children they ever saw," aid
little Jack.
"Indeed!" said the proud mother,
"Did you recite 'Little Drops of Wa-
ter' for them?"
"No. I refused."-London Mail



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Doubtful Praise.
A fullback lu a tuutbnal tiirm' 6u11.
had the mlsfurtuite to put the ball
,through his owu gna;l. Th0s remcerta:
ile error lost his side the g..L~i. and
he suffered agonies of self reloactli
on the long journey home.
"I'm no more use thau a chu'i.w-il;i:e
footballer," he said t6 his sweetheart.
who had trarcli nainy miles to see
him play. "A slip of a boy frd~r school
would have shaped better than I did."
"Now. George. I won't let you sat
inch hortid things about yourself:"
declared his loyal sweetheart. "You'v~e
no Idea how popular yori are. I beard
a gentleman praising yoti fp to' thd
rkles this afterunon."
"Never!" emphatically extaflm'ed th
incredulous player.
"Oh, but it's fquto true." she said
proudly. "H. aeoldo.au'd tjipf Z. -
club tle best bit of fu-k they'd bh''d Wf
ages, and he heartily wished you wetr
playing against them ru in'ery match."

Melodrama to Suit the Locaffty.
In New York.-Marry me and give
me those papers and you will receive
$500,00 in cash. Refuse and 'll toad
you from the Brooklyu bridge:
In Wilkesbarre. Pa.-And you wll
receive seventy acres of richest an-
thracite coal. RefIuse and you go bitu
a coal breaker! Choose!
In Denrer.-Aud you will receird
7,000 shares of tUmpste gold tinling
stock, worth umpste dollars a sirure:
Refuse and you will be c-r-r-rwbhed lu
a stamp mill to p-o-u-wdier! C'hoo-e!
In Memphis, Tenn.- And you will re-
ceive 10,000 bales of finest cotton. IRe-
fuse and yott go into the cotton gini
In North Carolina.-And you will rt'
ceive 18,000 barrels Of turpentine. Re-
fuse and you shall be boiled In resalu

London Cellar Restaurants.
Before coffee stalls were instlrnted
the humblest places of refreshment
were cellars, where the hard up. ad
the slang phrase weut, could "dive fof
a dinner," with a cttbice of such viauds
as tripe, cow heel, sausages and shid
of beef soup. Some of the cellar re-'
taurants existed as recently as the ear:
ly seventies of the last century il
Butcher row, Temple Bar and the net-
work of courts and alleys swept away
for the site of the royaIl courts of jus-
tice. It was In tii.4 nelJghb-irbood
and probably to a i :ii;u1ig l.ice of this
description that Dr. .Johltniii' re.s.orted
In his struggling days. lihe heli wai
so poor that, as he reintt's. It was not
every day that be (:ull afford a half-
peuny tip for the wH.t.r.-r.odond
.C eunk lc .
A2 Amweicen G -ammat.
Robert IL Ilt wii .11 rbe rmn p;i'-
resernted oti gOc'e'ff-i,,-'if Itl flrrls uar
a secretary of leptItri', wP'inf to Kxf r1
In regard to a u.lin-Ir rnl)'it rg rbd
life of a Greek Aunm-rbtMrn sunlject. l I4
lauded iu'Aleixudrl.i a.id wetr ti, tlfr
Hotel Europe aud tf iirlwt itle rtir'nthlu
clerk busy Hftargfg ,,r<>fs fif t*l' new-
ly arrived passenger-". a rglhtrr Iroly-
glot in languages. He hePrrd l hit splut
Arabc, Greek. French.. lialinn anif
German. So when It .amrne .Mr. Flitt'A
turn to register he t ot-'osOy sHlid. "IDd
you speak A'meric.ri':" The rlerk
promptly replied: "A lett lO'r rvn
one American here nlferlt who gpav'
me an American grinmniuu." Mir. H-.l
asked to have a Iools ai the li9k. Tbd
clerk promptly told oine of the garcond
to get the book out of his room. nm)
while the book was being brought thbi
clerk said. "De grnlunmar Is iphbnotle."
When the book was iht,iunght. In and
behold, It was a cnp'y ,f P troleut'
V. Nasby's letters. 1 It. Lotke *Phti
In Egypt had prestieOcd if op,'y to the
clerk, telling him it Iw)n ai" American
Youll feel better after taking tiue
Witt's Little Early RKlers, tihe safe,
sureland gentle little liver pills. IJ
you would be 'sire ,ol kood results n-
sist on DeWitt's Carbolized Whcrf' Ha-
lel4Salve, the original. It is good for
bigl'cuts or little ones, small fatacbehe
)r bruises or brig ones; but it ts esper
cially Rootd for plesa: Sold by .ill drug:

A Suggested Improvemena.
M3rs. Feedenm (fo srt:r tlnrdPrt-C-ould
yoU 8sfggeti ny hririiveunetlt In my
menu'? Board -W '.. you n)mhrt make'
the experiment of trd'ni.ferrlng the re-
spective qualities of thf coffee and thE
butfer.- Baltimore American.

Cl Andre
*^ ^^^^j- .r 1 P O ' C5_J
vkk_ .-"-y1"" .^ ^ ,ia _i~i f~lt <^ IB rfH1^ ^ AIMM "*

The Tarpon arrived from the
south at W'Ob'tek a. m. Friday
and .tou Mobilea sad'Pensacola at
12:30 p. -i,, yesterday. -'- .
The Manteo arrived from Newv
Orleans via. Mobile and Pensacola
at 9:15 a. m. Tuesday. She un-
loaded a lot of. fish barrels at the
ice plant fhart for the Bay Fisher-
ks Co.
The Bonita left Sunday for a
fishing trip up East Bay.
From Carlos, Capt. H. W, Gwalt-
ney writes of the safe arrival there
el the sehr. Nancy Lee and launch,
SHugh, that left here on New Years
day for South Florida. They ar-
rived there on Wednesday, the 5th.
Running time from here, sixty-
eight hours. He reports a delight-
twUly smooth trip down the coast.

4 wLu's WRAY=.
The following table rooordi the max
Imam, minimum ahd mean tempera-
tres theralutall and directionn of the
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'cloko p. m., as Indicated by U. S.

......I i Rain. Wind
Dee.. 5 68 58 63 .92 w
6 60 30 45 .00 n
7 57 30 43 .00 n
Jan... 8 56 37 46 .00 n
-56 36 46 .00 ne
10 63 39 38 .00 no
i[ 64 38 38 0') e
SI 61 401 50I 1.00 |

Saved At Death's Door.
The door of death seemed read y to
open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit
Ridge, x. Y., when his laie was wonder-
f ully awed. "1 was in I dreadful condi-
tion," he writes, "my skin was almost
yellow; my eyes sunken; tongue eoutcd;
emaeliied from losing 40 ponds, grow-
lng weaker daily. Virulent liver trou-
ble pulling me down to death in spite
of doctors. Then that matchless medl-
eldo, Eleetric Bitters, cured me. 1 re-
galaed the 40 pounds lost and now am
well and strong." For all stomach h, liver
and kidney t-onhles they are supreme.
Oc. at A EH. Brake's and Gainer Mer-
saptlle Co.'s.
i Life at the Pole.
ltAf at the pole Is a prrpetnal battle
with nature. In which man is often
worsted. "He was froe.n to death" Is
the end of many blographler. While a
man tn n health they speak of him as
strongerr thlin leath." ia ir death were
a watchful enemy alwnyt waiting for
lO rchanne. But life Ir tn an lrge scale
ap th se. Inrtetd of bthe petty alterna
flont of night nnd day they have thi,
great( seaonal su'esPKsI:I. and. wheth
or they are walling for the long llhtf
tf summer or the Ilng dark ,of winter
they enjoy a khpn ,ipllth, In the pros
poet of a change such as we can never
soow In the tamer arrn"rtn-,ertict of
er tllmate. The long rdark do~ s net
Ieep'them wholly lnactlte We rend of
spglltltciM aftdr bear and huiinor otn
t Ieoe' tb forblight, but In the maut,
ther writer ta given up to story tell
Iba, 'OTvelsUtaoo and contemplntlon.

Best for oJ gbs and colds is Kenne
day's Laxative Gough Syrup. It moves
the bowels freely yot gently and thero-
by dries* the cold from the system. It
stop~ the eough. Children lice it-
ple sant to take. Sold by all druggists

A Herd Job.
Wtle-Papa. there's a big blark bug
sB the etlling. Papa (basy readilng-
WelL tep on' It and don't bother me.-
Seetea ranMcrlpt.

S e lawsu ewa complete they saloul
nward as well as puniah.-4ioldsmllth.
He aeltlina.
TIrC are bsetde younrel t, he ~atort-
hbe awe a shrill, tapleasant ieugh.
"Beeil double asgalaB- ahe cried.
etw okr orb srw.
A @ed Reason.
WBtraBhnO--WB do you call that boy

e~fpter Flanner~ T PDnoo-Because he
.1Iaturally hbrinks from wahbing.-
Zkiub' ,t-Bltes'

t' e nobtemneeaof lf depends on Its
llieuy. elearmem.of purpo e, quiet
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L96GAL ZFjP6!? I
-'rlvate BOARDING. *6,00
per week. Apply 1o Mrs. F. W. Hos
kings, Cromanton, Fla.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, new re*
vised, improved short form printed on
good linen naper, 25c per dozen: also
blank receipts-100 receipts in a blook.
lOce ach. at the Buoy office
-On Monday, "Roany," the ice-wag-
on mule got an extra move on and ran
away fora change. No damage, only
gave Uncle Joe, the driver, a lively
cha-e up the beach to catch her.
-Handsome eitser neads with St.
,Andrews Bay date loie ana views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
VistaPoint, at 8c per dozen; also, map
of the St. Androws Bay country on
baok of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B-aov office.
--Pensacola promises to outdo all
former demonstrations with its Mardi
Gras carnival this year, which is sched-
uled for Feb. 7 and 8, next. No doubt
the extravaganza will be one that will
well repay a visit to the progressive
city on the dates named.
-The St, Andrews public school be-
gin Monday morning and is now pro-
gressinr with 94 pupils in attendance,
with Miss Payne, Miss Young and Miss
Forester as instructors. The youth of
St, Andews should *indeed by proud of
their hadbome new temple of learning
and of the learned ladies who preside
over it and realize that it rests with
themselves whether they shall take ad-
vantage of their environments and rise
to positions of respect and prominence
or neglect them and suffer the conse-
-The two letters to Mr. H. N.
Welles, on First page are a fair sample
of what that gentleman is continnally
receiving frem different states as a re,
sult of his moderate advertising in th<
Buoy, which proves that "Buoy a',yer
tieng pays," and more than that, es
tablishes the publisher's claim that thi
Buoy airculatesand is read in practical
ly every State in the Union id an indis
putable fact.
-The Ssioto, Ohio, Gazette, in re
terring to the fatal accident to Mr. ~tn
W. Schlegel. says: John W. Schlegel
jr., a well-known farmer met deati
in an accident while hauling a load o
sixty bushels of corn to Storm's station
He was driving down a small bill neai
the station, hugging the bank on ono
side of the road, when the tongue of hit
wagon became loose and it became im.
possible to guide it. The wagon over
turned, catching Schlegel beneath it
pressing his head down upon his necl
and fracturin bis nskl. Parties wh(
happened to be nearby, summoned hell
and the body of the unfortunate man
was removed from beneath the corn
but he had expired some time before
The remains were removed to a neigh.
who's and later to hib oawn home. Mr
S. was married to Jessie McKenzie
Nov. 6,11901. He is survived by hii
wife, a son and two daughters, his fa-
ther and three sisters, Mrs. Erekine
Brown of Salem, Ohio, Mrs. Arthur
Brake Of St. Andrews, Fla. and Mrs.
Chas. Metz of Los Angeles, 0al. The
funeral services were held at the home,
Thursday afternoon, Rey, Reese offioci

Cutting Red Tape.
Many anmuslins ;t'rit'a aire told of
ways in which Ipost,=lit'e tftletall. In.
cliutld to kteep t'o dcigororusly to thb
letter o their relations. barve beet
bhw:rted. On on' <~'cacion a manl
tike'd fcr 240 ei'nin.y stamps! ndll tenl
Isrwed ImYnt) r It~ copper. The official
dcliind to rtcelve It. whereupou the
tman began l,uylng and paying for one
stauml at a time. [Icfore he had got a
dozen In that way the pstofttice official
had snrrendlred. It must bave been
the t mtle nman or a Ih.ar relatirve who
one Sundiay went luto a postotfce that
was open for telegraph business only.
He haud.*d In a sixpenny telegram and
asked to be supptied with two stamps
hesldes. No, le could not have stamps;
telegraph business only was transact-
ed. Innocently he asked It be might
hare his telegram back for a moment
to add something. He added four
words to it ana tendered the additional

-wcence. The form was returned to
him with the stamps to affx. Cross-
ing out the four additional words, he
ntflxed the sixpenny stamp, pushed the
telegram under the counter rail and
walked out with his two statap.--Lon-
don Tatler.
Cause For Thanks.
"Alas!" sighed the tramp dramatical.
ly. "No matter where 1 turns, there's
a hand raised against me." ,
"Which shows you ought to be
Thankful fer one thing," said the
"What's that?'
"That it ain't a foot that's raised."
Death is but the dropping of the
flower that the fruit may swell.-
Beecher. .


C APTAL STOCK, A. 4 $15,000.

MUKI, President. I

F. BULLOCK. Cashier.

Judge Lp J. REEVES.,
C. -. DUNN.

r Patronage is Respectfully Solioited.

Mrand to Washgtond wo, in the To Know Her Is To Love Her I HEALTH, STRENGTH and
rand to Washington, a. c., in the m Pain, Care and
B' 7 TTmrdo A 6--i t T ; Pvrm FroTm Pain. Care and
1)11AUI I AItefe~n Vt A1~1I~ in.W

interest ofqthe proposed and,prayed
for improvements at St. Andrews
Bay, was mentioned in: the Bnoy
last week, sends the following en-
eouraging telegram:
Washington, D. c., Jan. 5, 4910.
Mr. F. Bullock, St. Andrews, Fla.
..Mr. Mays and| Judge Adamson
had a hearing today before the
House Committee on Rivers and
Harbors relative to Pass and Canal.
Good showing made. Hope for fa-
vorable action. Do not expect any
further hearing,
J. H. Drummond.
Incident to the above a petition
was circulated in St. Andrews, Tues-
day, praying for the improvements,
which received the signature of ev-
eryone who saw it.

A few nights ago a seventeen-
year-old youth by the name of
Souls, whose father is" night-watch-
man of the Tallahassee government
building was left in charge for the
first part of the night. About 11
o'clock he repaired to the basement
to replenish the furnace. Passing
a cot on his way, he saw his fath-
er's revolver lying upon it and for-
tunately for him he took it along.
Passing the street door he heard a
rapping and was lured to open it
when two masked men rushed in
Sand seized him. By a powerful ef-
Sfort he extricated the hand holding
* the revolver and fired point blank
1 at the robber in front oi him, who
. fell dead upon the spot. Turning
e the weapon oven over his shoulder,
- he fired again with a like resul, the
- other robber meeting a similar fate.
Upon examination of the bodies,
,they were identified ai escaped
, criminals, and they were equipped
with a complete safe-blowers outfit.
f Evidence was found that there
. was a third member of the gang
e who was doubtless on guard out-
s side and the authorities are confi-
- dent they can capture him.

k 'T~- rHT
A great deal of interest has been
,manifested, editorially and other-
wise, throughout the South in .the
coming tour of Dr. Seaman A.
Knapp, of the Department of Agri-
Scnlture in January, and many in-
qniries have been received by him
Asking what topics he will discuss
on this journey. Dr..Knapp has
very kindly consented to furnish
the press, and through the press
Sthe farmers, with the subjects of
At Jacksonville, Florida, where
he will speak on January 14, at
3:00 p. m., his topic will be "Some
of the Farm Problems in South
Georgia and North :Florida", in
which will be] discussed the obsta-
cles and advantagesof farmers in
those sections, and the great pros-
perity that awaits them if they
pursue the right policy.
The same general method will be
pursued in the addresses in the sev-
eral states, outlining in each such
policies as are most important and
applicable to the rural population.

Scientific Spanking
consists in punishment only when a
child is actually bad. Some mothers
think that all crying is badness. It's
not. When your baby cries, look for
pins 'or .some external cause; if you
can't find them, give the baby White's

Cream Vermifuge, as the chances are
it is suffering from worms which keep
it hungry and cross all the time. Pleas-
ant to take-sure in its action. Price
S25c, Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co,

Extreme Absentmindedness.
"The queerest case of absentminded-
ne s that I have ever known of," re-
marked the night clerk of a certain ho-
tel, "was that which happened at this
hotel early yesterday morning. Two
fellow boarders, one Jones by name
and the other whose name Is Brown.
occupied a room on the third floor.
"Well, Brown requested me to have
him wakened at 8 o'clock so as to al-
'l"w him to catch the 4 o'clock train.
He Was awakened at the requested
time, and In his hurry to dress himself
he put on Jones' clothes by mistake
He did not discover his mistake until
he reached the depot, and. would you
believe It"-here the speaker paused-
"when he found out that he was wear-
ing some one else's clothes he imme-
diately returned to the hotel and went
right to bed."
"I don't see any absentmindedness
about that," broke In one of the listen-
"You don't? Why, he thought that I
had awakened the wrong man."

Seeking For Danger.
"I'm gqing to lick Smith."
"He said I was a hore thief and a
"Did he prove it?"
"Then let well enough alone and
don't get him any madder."-Cleve-
land Leader.

EujAuiYL I A Renewal oi Lej,, a -.*recm x-w-...
Wrinkles, are Perquisites to Her Devotees. She makes ARTISTS
E A Summer and
Yachting. Rest for the Wearyl Enjoyment for ALL! Summer and
Winter Regarding Board, Cottages and Everything, I have for sale
about 70 of the Best Building Sites on the Bay, besides several of the
MOST LESIRABLE HOMES. Also some well located ACREAGE
TRACTS Place your property for rent or for sale with me. Money to
loen on good collateral security. Write H. N Welles, Select Club Man.

Seventeen Year Locusts.
The seventeen year locusts are some-
times called Pharaoh's locusts because
they make a sound that resembles the
repeating over and over of that historic
name. The notes or songs are not what
might be termed vocal, as they are pro-
duced by the rapid vibrations of two
very thin films that cover a small cav-
ity at the base of the abdomen. In
some -localities the sound produced Is
somewhat different from that beard in
other sections. Along streams, espe-
cially along the Ohio river, the notes
are more bass, while on the highlands
and especially in the mountain regions
the sounds produced are more shrill.-
Omaha World-Herald.
S: An Advantage.
A well known Scottish clergyman
got Into conversation in a railway car
riagte with a workingman, who Inform-
ed him that he had been a coupler on
a railway for several years. "Oh." said
the minister. "I can beat that! 1 have
been a coupler for over twenty years."
"Aye," replied the workman, "but I
can uncouple, and you cannar'
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine It
invigorates the entire system and
strengthens the kidneys so they elimin-
ate the impu.'ities of the blood Back-
ache, rhematism, kidney and bladder
troubles are all cured by this great
medicine. Sold by all druggists.
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We will be at the following plac-
es on the days and dates below for
the purpose of collecting the state
and county taxes for the year 1909,
and assessing the taxes for the
year 1910.
Parker, Monday, Jan. 17.
Milville, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Jan. 18-and 19.
St. Andrews, Thursday and Friday,
Jan. 20 and 21.
Panama City, Friday night, Jan. 21
nnd Saturday until noon, tJan. 22.
Greenhead, from i11 a. m. to 3 p. nm.
Monday, Jan. 24.
Wausau, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Jan. 25 and 26.
Davir Mill, Thursday and Friday,
Jan. 27 and 28,1
Alma, Saturday, Jan, 29.
Dincan,, Mondav, Jan, 31.
Car'ryville.'Tuesday aidd W'ernesday,
Feb. 1 and 2,
Chlley, Thursday and Friday, Feb.
3 and 4.
Soutk Bonifay, Saturday from 10
a. .to 2 p.m. Feb. 5.
Vernon, Monday. Feb. 7.
Millers Ferry, Tuesday, Feb. 8.
Hinson X Roads, Wednesday, Feb. 9.
Mattox Springs, Thursday, from 10
a. m. to 2 p. m. Feb. 10.
Poplarhead, Friday, from 10 a, m. to
2 p. in. Jan. 11.
Please note the above dates and
meet us. W. B. GAINER,
Tax Collector.
Tax Assessor.
Ready Wit.
Many good etorles are told of the
"Poet" Craig, for o many years a
familiar fgiuro on l(he LyuDdon cricket
and football grounds. O i one ov -
slon Crnai began at the Oval. "Gen-
tlemen, rbis Is my favorite ground.'
when some one Interrupted:
"Cialg. you said that at Leyton Inst
"Yes, sir." returned the unabashed
poet. "and I shall say it ut t'unler-
hury next week. The rouitnd on
which the noble game ls Iting played
before an assembly of Intelligent nlin(
enlightened purchasers of my poetry.
sla always my favorite ground for th,,
time being."
But Craig knew how to keep an Im
pertinent Interrupter in his place
Once a stout, red faced inan broke In
on one of his speeches with: "Cralg.
you're making a lot of motuy out of
fools. When are you going to set up
a 'pubr^?
"Whev you conmc atnd live next door
to me. Mr'!" was 1' ' antw'r. and their
red fi;ced man rurn,.d crimson.
Another iman at the Oval once said:
"Now. Craig, tell us how much

you've made out of bad poetry."
"More. -h venture to say. sir. than
you've made out of bad manners!"-
London Scraps.
from Experienoe.
Mrs. Enpeck-l learned today that
Bob Smith and Mary Jones were se-
cretly married ten months ago. Just
think of It! Married nearly a year
and nobody the wiwer! Mr. Enpeck--
Oh, I don't know I'll bet Smith was
a whole lot wfser before he had bee=
married a month.
In Stook.
Joker-Do you keep smokeless tobac-
co? Clerk-Sure. we do. Joker-What
kind is it? Clerk-Chewing tobacco,
of course.-Cornell Widow.
Making Life Safer.
Everywhere life is being made more
safe through the work of Dr. King's
New Life Pills in constipation. bilios-
ness. dysoepsia, indigestion, liver trou-
bles, kidney diseases and bowel disor-
ders. They are easy, but surs and per-
fectly build up the health. 26c, at A
H.Brake's and Gainer MercantileCo.'s.

What a Poet Writes.
"You never can tell whether poetry
is loaded or not." said a Coltnlbkli pro-
fessor descanting upon the mnrset, "and
what a poet writes In the moments o-
his fine frenzy rolling may be suscep-
tible of changes which would make
him curse the pen did he but know
whence it pointed. Now, listen to this
"Help us to save free conscience from the
Of hireling wolves whose gospel is their
"It sounds like some kind of a fam-
ily poem. doesn't it, with paw and
maw coming in to make the rhyme?
Do you imagine the poet when he
wrote the lines, ever thought of the
parents represented in such a homely
way and how the meaning of the
whole thing could be changed by
changing the meaning of the end
words of two lines? Was he a begin-
ner? Oh, no; he was not a beginner.
He had written several very classy
things. He was John Milton. You re-
member he wrote 'Paradise Lost' and
two or three other pieces of considera-
ble merit, though he never quite got
Into the 'six best sellers' list. and these
two lines I have quoted close his son-
net to Lord Protector Cromwell. writ-
ten in 1652."-New York Herald.

W0Ifn as Wiu as ln a lade illsnble
by ildnUey l Bladder Trole.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind,
discouragesandlessensambition; beauty,
vigor and cheerful-
Sess soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or disa
SKidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom-
/ mon for a child to be
Born afflicted with
weak kidneys. Ifthe
child urinates too often, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-
ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi-
culty is kidney, trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these importantorgans. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser-
able with kidney and. bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root issoon realized. It issold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one-dollar n
size bottles. You may
have a sample bottle -
by mail free, also a
pamphlet telling all
about Swamp-Root, Hn, otsw.'pneo.
including many of the thousands of testi-
monial letters received from sufferers
who found Swamp-Root to be just the
remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Dr.
Kilmenfs Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N Y., on every bottle.
Argyll and Longfeflow.
The great Duke of Argyll was visit-
ing his son, then governor general of
Canada, and met Longfellow In the
American poet's ancient colonial man-
sion at Cambridge. Mass. As they sat
together on the veranda the duke per-
sistently asked the names of the vari-
ous birds be saw and heard singing in
the poet's trees as well as of the flow-
ers and bushes growing in his exten-
Ssive and beautiful garden. Longfel-
low was neither botanist nor ornithol-
ogist and did not know.
"I was surprised to find your Long-
fellow such an ignorant person." said
the duke subsequently to an American
"Indeed' Prer. on wh:,t ITnhict?"''
"Why. he could not tell me the
names of the birds and flowers to be
heard and seen in his own garden."
"May I ask how many languages
you speak?" the American asked.
"Certainly--bitt one."
"Mr. Longfellow." was the answer.
"spcna:" six a:nl translates freely from
almost all the l:i gua'-'s of Europe."
Ride of Rntriz.
In the h?.t. o, tf -':;',i c. d(,ow to t'tc
:ni'irIlIc of the cl*hl'r eilh c nit,:ry I:us-
ia I Ma n l i. T e fIt (u ion of the
et liy ; ite Iit i: BiiL s were L'C ritlIan-
zed. p .ut itti l t b'ek t,:rmu o tf 'hris-
;inutit:. lu the thirteenth c(!etury the
'.uss~l:;' ;w'.r -cl'o topitctely overrun by
'be T:tare- un'tder (;argbiz Khan.
F'roum the Tartars Russia was deliv-
ered 1by Ivaa, wsho became czar In the
;ime of Eliz'tbelh. It was Peter the

';reat (,';7-17t,)o who gave Russia for
the first time a place in the states sys-
reum of Europe.-New York American.

Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but never follows the usee of Foley's
Honey and Tar, whioh slops the cough,
heals the lungs, and expels the cold
-from your system. Sold by alldruggists.

Ousr Soldsg PWvets PMunmenal
-,r . L

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf



Tuesday, 8:30 p. n.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m,
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m,
Wednesday, 2:30 p. mn.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3.f0 p. mo.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. m.
Friday, 10;09 a. m.

W. C.
St. Andrew,
St. Andrew.
Panama City,

BARROW, Master,

Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 0:00 it
Wednesday, 10:00 a. i
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:0o a, a.
Friday, 2:00 a am.
Friday, 12 m.
Friday, 11,30 p. m,
Friday. ll,30 p. mn,

Pensacola to St. Andrew andiMillville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicla and Carrabelle, 87.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachbre a, 95,00.
Pensaeola to Mobi)e, $2,50.
rbeabovo rates include meals and berths. HII. H. hBO EIf,
V. W. WALTERS, Gen'l Freight and Pass Aet. President.




General rMerchandise,

IDrVy Gooods,



A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Awy
Postoffice on the Bay.




Mercantile Co.,







GC3^x ooxds,


.The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

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

We Pay the Freight ,n ail GooIs excpt Flonr. rSIeal and
Feed to any l'.,it tfice oin tlie I any.

When Rabbers Become necessary
And your shoes pinch, Alien's Foi t-
Ease, a powder to be shaken into the
shoes, is just the thing to use. Try it
for breaking in new shots Sold every -
wh'ere, 25c. Dount accept any sub.ti
True Enough.
Irritated ('itli(-n Aren't you ash:an
ed of ytoatrislf. going alout with that
street organ andf ltlirling s0'h-l a hlzy
life? Street Organist-Lazy life? Why.
sir. life with me Is one long daily
He Lived Well.
He-Yes, he lives on the fat of the
land. She-What is he? He-An anti-
fat medicine manufacturer. Comic

Cream Vermifuge



Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
S Tl. y Uainr, e1o.
Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co.

In Bad Fix
I had a mishap at the-age of 41 which let me in bad
fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher of Conyers, O
"I was unconscious for three days, and after that I
would have fainting spells, dlzaInes, nervousness, sick
headache, heart palptatitn and many rangee feelings.
"I suffered greatly withlsents due to the change of
life and had 3 dotorc but they did no good, so I concluded
to try Cardui.
S Since taking Cardui, I am so much better and can do
all my housework."

laCke ARIUIl

The Woman's Tonic
Do not allow yourself to t nto a bad fix. You might
get In so bad you wout find It hard to get out
S Better take Cardu while there is time, whie you are
still In moderately good health,Just to conserve your strength
and keep you In tip top condfton.
In this way your troubles, whatever they are will grad-
ually grow smaller instead of larger-ou will be on the
up-rade nted of the dow--and and bye you will
arv at the north pole of perfct'heato
Set a bottle at your drugkts today.

I ..-



m -


Sp ciai Re ort to te Buoy.
Messrs. Dyer & Kronmiller
turned out a fresh supply of brick
fast week, and on account of the
cold wave, had to keep fires burn-
ing all night, Friday, to prevent the
new brick hfom freezing'
Mr. G. W. Lowe was circulation
around here last Saturday.
Mrs. M. Dyer has been suffering
rom a severe cold for some time.
SMessrs. S. F. and J. E. Morris
2 W /t - 1

GROCERIES. were down irom wetappo LreeK,
Sugar. per lb Tea, per lb
Granulated ...6 1-4 He No ... ...... 55 Saturday.
Ooftee, Gunpowder .... 4'. quite
Green ...... 2 at o2 Uncol'd Jap ..40- Mr. J. A. Lyle i quite sick with
Arbuckle.. tb a2o Cond milk per can.
singer Snaps ..-. o Unsweetn' o an attack of hiccough.
Crackers, soda .... to Sweetened' ... o10
Tobacco, plug .,ao tosO Baking Powder Mr J. Dyer made a business trip
Raisins. Royal ...... o
London layers .. t Catipbell d...... to Allanton, Sunday.
Valencia ....... Canned fruit
lese .....~.., to 8 Peaches .....iaao Mr. E. Kinard was in our little
Apples Tome toes .... zo-5s
Evaporated to Apples ........ 'a village, last Sunday.
Dried Peaches 1, 26 Pears ......... i
Coal Oil pr gal ... 20 Plums ........ o Miss Florence Dyer has been sick
aoline ....... 2o Apricot ..... 0o-0o
Florida Syrt'P .*.. s Strawberies 0 to5 the last day or two.
Honey ...... t6 Pineapple ....o10-20o
Vitegar ....-.- Oa Canned meats Mr. A. B. Sheffield from Wetappo
Cheesepr lb ...... 20 Roast Beef ..... 15
3utter ....... 35-40 ConeedBee .... I i Creek, was down on the Bay, Sun-
Oleomargaeine ...8 Chiped Beef ... 5 I
ward ....... to to 13 Lobster .... to& 5 day.
-lans. .." 6 Stirflon ..... zoati 5 r
Cocoanu Ppk"s -t *O C fnned vegetables Mr. J. R. Pcrkins was mail carrier
ally, lass .... toais Baked Beans ..stoo
,ime Jt ....... t Corn ....... oati5 on the Early route, Saturday,
Eggspr dos ...-.. 5 Peas .......... to
Puimpksin ..... 1o
PFlor OVISIONS. Tt s s: dangerous thing.to take a
Flour Pork
StaroiS'th '4. 3.25 D. S. pr I ..... i cough medicine containingopiates that
ObelisR ... 3.4 0 Bacon Side 12
CornMlI pr bu . .o Fresh ....... Sato merely stills your cough instead of cur-
Oat l. pr lb .... to Br'kf'st Bac'n 16 lug it Foley's Hoery and Tar loosens
Corn p r bu ... t. am eanv's'd .. 16 it oley and Tar loo
Potatoct Shoulders .... x and cures the couch and ekpels the
Irish ......., ,40 Beef
Early R'se sense i o Corned ........ 8 poisonous germs, thus preventing pneu-
Sweet ....l1 tot.o6 Ftesh .... otos monia and consumption. Refuse substi-
Salt prsack ..- ,o00 Dried ......... 2
Table ....... t Milk pr qt........ 1 tutes and take only the genuine Foley's
ails prlb ... WAx with handleE...,. oo money and Tar In the yellow package.
Galv wiredo .. ?to8 Hoes. each .... 35a50 gold by all Droggists.
Manilla rope ... 2toi8 Copper paint, can... 6o
Stoves. cook. .$8a$5 Linseed oil, gal.. 5 sa60
Pipe pr joint ., ARMD
Prints pr yd .... 6a7 Checks ....,. 6to 8
Sheeting ..:. a Flannel...*.... sa4o Speial Reltr to the Buoy.
lin ........a Thread per spoo l. 5 We are having very changeable
eeans.......... 5a45 Shoes, ladies.....
.,$, $2.75, 8$4oo00
Men's ..$x.40 a4.oo weather.
MISCELLANEOUS. The thermometer last week rang-
Hay prcwt ..... 1.25 Oats pr bu ....... 75
Bran............70 Brick prM .... .oo ed from 30 to 60.
Rope Sisal ....... 7a& Lime pr bbl .... ..5o
FRUIT and NUTS. AMr and Mrs. Rockmore are guests
Oranges per doz... 3o Pecans prlb ..... *5
Apples .......... 20 Walnu ........ o at the Farmdale Hotel, an I will re-
Ls.mons .........ST AlmondE........ s main there all winter.
Inshellpr ,ooo...s.oo Openedprqt..... so Mr. and Mrs. Russell are here
torses..:::.. oa o C ....... s sto $S looking after their young orange
M tles ....... 5oa87S Hogs........ $3to$6
Oxen pr yoke ... .$6s Sheep ............ grove.
chickens each ..4oaso Geee each .....4sa50 Mr. Lannon is moving onto his
rurkeys..... oea. `50 Ducks ........ asa5o
urkeys.... FISH. homestead, near Farmdale.
lresh Saul Mr. Melton is building a house
Mullet prdas ... 2s, Mullet pr. bbl 6.So
Trout ....I.....5 Troit........6. 5 for Mrs. Carrawav, on her home- t
Pompano pr >.. to Pompano .... o0o
Sturgeon ...... io Mackerel .... 8,00 ,,

Flooring Ceiling
Heart per m... $14.00 0 Heart, perm ... 44.00
ace ...... .oo Face. ...
ap ...... 10o.oo Sap ... o.oo
Drop Sidi.g Clapboards
leart face pr m si .oo ljx6inprm. ...$t,.oo
Bap ... 1ooo Finishing lum-
Buffl3umber ...8 at a 2 ber, d ... S ia$i5
Heart shingles .. 2.So Lath. pr m ..... 2.go
ap ... i.50 Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20

hr offer One Hulilied JDtllars Reward
or any case of Catarrlh that rann lie
eared iby Hall's CL'atrrih Cure.
P. J. CH EN EY & CO., Props., Toledo,O.
We tle under-ignedl, have known F. J
Cheney for the last 15 years. and ielieva
nin perfuclly honorable in all IusineFs
trn taactions aiid lin.anial'i>lv alie to carry
out any olligalionis made Ib their firm.
Vest & Trau, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0
Wnlding, Kiinan & Mairvin,
Wholesale I)ruliggas, To.l-do, 0.
.Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally.
cling directly upo: the blood atid muc
ous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold Iv all druggipsts.
Sold ty Druggists, Y-ricc 75c. per bottle.
Take all'st Familry ills, for oasnntipa
Aristocratic Fowls.
"Do anImaltl hore their social cus-
toms and instltution t?"
"I presime so. I haIv no doubt that
the geese have. their descendants of
the tacklers who saved Rome."-Puck.
The Crtmean snftwr.
Klnglake was all for war. "Ie Uoed
to may," says Mme. Novlkoff, "thbal
peace would emasculate the world.
'Beeldes,' he continued. *population
when too dense is not at Its best.' He
did not like Bright. Mme. Novikoff
told Kinglake one day that Bright had
made a curious remark about the
Crimean statue In Patl Mail. "The In
scriptlon." he had said. 'bould be al-'
terd. The 'a' should be put before the
woud 'crtme' and not at toe end."-
iLodon Stananrd. a.

Our turpentine operators art
building more houses, for their
work hands.
Mr. J. Lyle has been pretty sick
but is now getting better.
Oysters are'fat, and the boarders
are getting all the want to eat.
I Saturday was payday. There is
qnite a little money scattered
around Farmdale every month,
through the naval stores business.
Now. Mr. Editor, a little more
about the East Bay mail schedule;
Why not petition the Department
to let the mail contract to one re-
sponsable man from Bayhead to
Wetappo, and have two boats; one
to start in the morning from Bay-
head and one from Wetappo and
both boats go straight through,
from one end of the Bay to the
other? that would give us connec-
tion with the mail from the north
and west at Panama City.
I see Mr. J. H. Drummond has
gone to W ashington, D. C., to tus-
sle with the Rivers and Harbors
Committee, for the benefit of our
Bay country, It seems that Mr.
Drummond never tires of trying to
do something for this part of Flori-
da. He is trying to build up the
whole Bay country, as well as his
own town. He is not like some of
the leaders of the villages on the
Bay-they tell strangers there is no
place on the Bay fit to live in ex-
eept their town. Let us build up
the whole Bay, "In union there is

Thursday Jan. 13, 1910.






Several townsmen who own
reams are preparing to haul passen-
gers from here to St. Joe or return,
the distance being only twenty-nine
niles by the old government road
This is a convenience which will no
Ioubt be appreciated by the trav-
eling public, as they can leave the
Bay late in-the morning and eat
supper on ime in St. Joseph.
Our townsman, Mr. A. P.
rhompson and Mr. Atkinson of
\iillville are preparing to erect a
machine shop on Watson Bayou.
'hey will do all manner of repair
york on :engines and also have a
nanrine ways in connection,
Oysters on East Bay are very
carce this year, the bars being
practicallyy cleaned up. There are
till enough left, however, for home
Mr, and Ms. J. B.:Atkinson of
lillville A'ere calling upon Rev.
in, Sunday.
Mrs. Dobl was in town Monday
Mrs. F. W. Hoskins was In St.
ndrews, Monday, shopping and
visiting friends.
Mr. Walter Parker and family






are preparing to moye this week to
Key. rayne Thompson has
preached many times on Watson
Bayou and will erect a home near
there in the nea future.

A Wild Blizzard Raging
brings danger, suffering-often death
-to thousands who take colds, coughs
and larippe-that terror ot Winter
and Spring,: Its danger signals are
stuffed d up' nostrils, lower part of nose
sore, chills and fever, pain in back of
head, and a throat-gripping cough,
When grip attacks, as you value your
life, don't delay getting Dr. King's
New Discovery, "One bottle cured
me," writes A, L. Dunn, of Pine Valley,
Miss,, "after being laid uD' three
weeks with grip." For sore lungs,
hemorrhages, coughs, colds, whooping
cough, bronchitis, asthma, its supreme.
5Xv. and $1.00. guaranteed by A. H.
Brake and Gainer Mercantile Co.

He Wasn't Glad.
Steve Long Is noted for attending to
his own business and saying very little
about It. One morning an lqulsltive
neighbor met him returning from the
woods with bls gun over his shoulder.
"Hello. terel Where hey ye been-
a-bonotin" T' ?
" p."
"What ye been ashootln'"r
"Yer dog? My! Was he mad?"
"Wsal, he didn't look so danged well
pleased."-Everybody's Magazine.

Ivery Woman Will Be laterested.
There has recently been discovered
an aromatic pleasant herb cnre for wo-
man's ills, called Mother Gray's AUS-
TRALIAN-LEAF. It is the only cer-
tain regulator. Cures female weak.
nesses and backache, kidney bladder
uni urinary troubles. At all Drug-
gists or by mail 50 ct. Sample FRE.
Address, The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy,
N Y.



Spcial Repott tt the Buoy,
Messrs; R. L, Studebaker and J.
F. Brantley were in Millville on
business, Friday evening.
Almost all the timber h:s been
cut from the beach here aud towed
to Millville. This, every one con-
siders, has injured the natural
beauty of the town, these prized
landmarks being practically all de-
We had quite a norther last Fri-
day and Srturday.
Prof. Matthews of Panama City
was transacting business here, Sat-
Mrs. Henry Spicer was in town
calling upon friends on the 5th inst.
"Bob" Studebaker is building a
small launch for his own use, that
will soon be ready for service.
The ebb tides I st Saturday and
Sunday left several boats high and
Mr. F .F. Kinney ani family
were calling upon Mrs. Hodge, Fri-
Mr. Brantley, who has been run- I
ning the Hotel Cromanton for the
past year is preparing to move to (
Apalachleola. He has disposed of v
quite a portion of his'effects and is
now packing the balance: also his r
store stock for shipment on the
Our fishermen have been making
good hauls, recently, f
Mr. Payne Thompson, who has v
been repairing the engines on the
Louise returned home Saturday t
night. a
Mr T. J. B. Maugher was in Mill- w
ville purchasing goods for his store, S
Saturday. o
Jas. Les, who is hauling logs for
ilr. Carden injured his back quite T
painfully, Friday and is laid up in b
The children with books in one V
and and lunch in the other will S
oon be seen each morning, as ir
school will soon be started again. h






S eware the geese when the for
*** reaches.--Spanish Proverb.
W'itho, hnith lito Is hot lIfe: it I- Mrs. Crabshaw-The new girl I have
,'v :, tatoe of l.ntcn.,r intl .otoPri,)' said she had taken a course In domes-

Sr "....', --,,,,-. f tie science. Msw. Crawford--ls she tl."-
------- ------ ferent from the other girls you've bad?
NOTICE, Mrs. Crabshaw-Only in one way; she
Wanted $5 a month more..-Llpplncott's.
Notice is hereby given that a meet- The Barrier.
ing of the stockholders of the Bank of "Yes. my bhuband and I qunrrel In-
St, Andrews, St. Andrews, Florida, cessantly."
will be held at its office at said Bank in "Why don't you get a divorce?"
the town ot St. Andrews, Florlda. on "We can't ar to. Wbt would bce
the fourth T ,osday in January, being coe fcaF't ear to. "-Cl t wuld be
January lith, A. D., 1910, at 3 o'clock come or F'do?"--Cleveland Leader.
P. m., as provided in the -charter ot
said Bank, ro eleut Direoio-,. and o PARKER'S
cfmsider or act upon any other mal tr HAIR BALSAM
that may b bo before the met- Ces e 'and be~ n the bAr.
imig. -F. BULLOCK, Ca.hiur, oJNeeer Pails to Restore Wfayl
Bank of St. Androws. Har oto Youthful Color
Jan. 10, 1910. 110Ee, np dir.l. ot DniwitI




ALLIE BORROS, Proprietor.

Bayviev StL One Door Norti of Gwaltey'sSlhop,

New Uo-to-Date Equipment!
1 make a Specialty of Bread. Cakes, Rolls and Pies
f all Kinds.
All Orders Civen' Prompt AttentiomT

The Leading Drug Store

Knowing drug v blues, is of course, the most important
feature of our business 'but it has not taken all of our time to know
drug values. We know the value on TOILET sPECIA LIES. We
know how to select and buy the very finest that are made.
$CO1E IN A ,,
Test the Fragrance of Our


Examine Our Toilet Waters

They are unsurpassed in permanency
ann deltcacy of odor. We keep a com-
plete assortment of the most delicate
domestic andimported perfumes and
Toilet Waters throughout our entire
Toilet Goods Department
The most fastidious taste Is pleased.
We have a consignment of Toilet Soaps, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for the
Bath that come nearer to perfection than any we ever saw Toilet Soaps free
from impurities ore not to be found everywhere. We have them.' If you want
anything in this line, here is the place to get it.
TOILET POWDERS-Theattention of all ladies who c ire to haveand re
tain a beautiful complexion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to oar line
of delicate powders and complexion beautifiers. Project the open pores of the
skin from dirt, wind and-dust by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
ollet is complete without dust of faintly scented powder over the neck and
face. Tooth Powders, Pastes, Washes, Cosmettes and Rogues of every descrilc
tion. Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes. Combs, Manicure :ets, and all the little
toilet requisites so essential to comfort. health end beauty are to be found here
in endless variety. Reliable RUBBER GfQODS. In thisde-
partmentour stock is complete. iW W'-l UVU M Our goods
Our goods are the best makes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all hATamT a DIZI in demand
A I LA Q& A-A__....*i C. n *

Mrs. J. HI Drummond drove ov(
to Millville, Tuesday, on som
Mrs. P. Parker of Parkei is in S
Andrews for a few days-
Two of our teAcheis, Misses I
Young and Payne, accompanied b:
Mie. J. T. Gwaltney, took a wall
to Panama City, on Tt~iday.
Mrs. Colburn from Indanapolis
Ind., accompanied by a neice, wer
arrivals on the Manteo Tuesday
and are guests at the Buena Vista
Mr. Johnson, the popular sales
man with Bass & Co's, Shoe house
of Pensacola, is interviewing th(
merchants on the Bay, with whom
he always gets a welcome recep-
Mrs. M. E. Rose returned from
Dothan, Ala., where she had spent
several days, at the Rlackshear
Sanitarium for treatment, and is
able to go right onxwith herduties.
Mr. P. N. Hutchirison, a promi-
nent Westbay citizen visited St.
Andrews Monday, and called otthe
Buoy office on business.
Mrs. Elena Dobb returned to her
Cromanton after o 'very pleasant
visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs, Bowers and. daughter are
ooming-with Mrs. Rockstead.
Z. Knowls was in town last
Miss Stella Mfunson came down
rom Parker, to spend last Sunday
vith her parents.
Miss Mattie Forester a teacher in
he public schoo, walked to Pan-
ma City last Thursday and visited
with Miss AlmaDixon until Friday.
he took passage on the mail boat
n her return,
-Mr. Hinton Owaltney returned
'uesday, on the Manteo, from a
business trip to Mobile, Alas
On Saturday last, Capt. F, A,
Vitherill and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
mith of Birmingham went hunt-
ig, they were gone only about five
ours, and brought back 39 duck.
Mr. and Mrs. Stegall with two
children arrived a few. days ago,
nd are enjoying themselves fishing
nd hunting up North Bay. They
ere visitors here, last year, guests
t the Forester Honse.

Shakeopeares' Hous.
er The house in which the master bar
Swas born I loc'ted in Henley street
Le Stratford-onu-Av,. Englaud. Wash
'n-t,.:r !fl dr s;ad of tl s tanw.uu
t t'do f ,r -...iris: I la ; m-t.t nias!
; kt i ilitlv'e of wood k ;t ia d ;t;?p r. ,
iiue etlung place of genius. wvin.
i, -eerik to d'!lght In btutilI its off
y lwprln tlUy -cortits. The waits of it,
k squalid chaimboes are covered witi
narmc abd liMscrlptios in evety lan
guage by pllgrisa of all nations, rank
and conditions, from the prince to the
I, peasant, jfnd present a simple but
e striking instance of the spontaneous
and ifnitersal homage of mankind to
the great poet of nature."
S Several years ago the house was
Purchased by u-hscription with a
view to the careful preservation of I
and of its contents for firte Inspection
e of future generations.

Tuning a Beti.
No mrlttrt bow gre:tt ldy be the
care take f tnnki:g the mold. a bell
has to be tuned before it will ring a
clear, true note. As a matter of fact,
every bell sounds five notes. 'all of
which must blend together harmo-
niously. If one is the least bit out the
tone will be soiled. The first of
these notes is produced by the vibra-
tions at the mouth of the bell. the sec-
ond by the vibrations a little higher
up, the third still higher ip. aid' so
on to the fifth, which Is produced
quite near the top. As the character
of the sound which rings depeuda
upon the thickness of the metal, It is
possible, by taking thin shavings front
various places in the inside of the
bell. to alter the ive notes tUtil they
Share all in harrn,,..,
Most Any*hinlg.
Club Doctor (with rlew to dlasnosts)
-And now. mty or:n what do you
drink? PH t c! ('i'te'f.i'!lry i-Oh--er-
well. dotir,. I'll leae that to you.-
No Caso on R cord.
brookss." asked irers. "do you know
what will cure a wart?"
"t bover beard rf a wart being sick,"
sald brooks, without bokling up fioW
his wHtilng.

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to endure the itching, painful distress
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fever sores, eczema, chapped hands,
hoilblains vanish before it, 25o at A.
I. Brake's and Gainer Mercantile Ccs.

In the Tolls.
"Were you ever sent ilp in a balloon,
Sam '
"No, eah. I's been sent up several
times, but never in a balloon, sahi!"-
Yonkers Statesman.




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His Air Tight Compartment,
The passenger Who was erosslin1 thu
Atlantic foP the first fltV fnMlIldly np
proeLched the pothpou Ipursrr.
"Is it true, ifr',".- o ,al". "that thl.
whole ship is dfvidad into nf!P tight
"Trite i gospel." repifef d tho purser
In surprise.
"Then." remarked the pli:1' gei
gloomily. "I guess I'll .-11te- fa fut ni
with the ofe l'm occt ,i.i;;g if I can't
better myself:"
She Noo eo the occaa.sn.
'Tha t's a nice looking < b:n at the
next table," said the yt ung man iwh,
Was treating his best girl to a lobster
eUpper. "Ia he a friend of yours?"
"Yes, Indeed," laughed thp pretty
"WCVelt---1 think I'll ni, him to JotrB
"Oh, tnts Is so suddefnt
"What's so sudden?"
"Why-why, that's our youg t mints
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the Resemblance.
Facetious Old IIdy (to ttirmp)-You
remind men of a Ipie of flannel
Tramp-I do. h? And why ,. misks-
us? Facetious Old Lady--You sliriuk
from washing.
the Ruling Passion.
A certain arlthumetlrint I so devoted
to figures that when he has no prob
lenm before him bh ca p ts up s ¥

Greut is fhe fiact thar otur interestss
gradually take a wider scorp. alloi-lng
more scope f r the healing power of
comppnsatfon.--Dlnah Mlulnrk Crnfk

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Soft Cozfih Omelet.
Soak a plece -if rnot',. '. ll.., l hnut x1%
Inches squsreI ii '-i'icdn plit ill(
'rackets atid~ tlo9 hviii of? CrMd wtitpr.
lust enough10 tI-o vvr'I r p'e l ft110
morning pilck thMe M41 l i', fivd nil
Well with the' ," ull:v' r-1. f s r P. -
veill~ l l -ekn &sft si,,*4 -,.I'.. ,
he e'l 'i 1ijr I'. P. *r- '
per. Takeoitne, t''iFt .l.f.?'li-i "d ft'
?go I one dpeeu rf ~pos I '.I*1 ?
a9'e mInutea tni I*d poi i'
'In whch it ,( to I, f1all f

twevity m ynwa oit he-
ttveb mtE\67 N1011-11 r: .:5

is or should be w.'rricd 4k wgr the tit f
,)nee hia% e a cough i .ei. l. t titn-v lead
to i Forup or P* eurit4 ty I- or t -
;hen to somet~l ii w o- e eoe'i :s 1 8l
lArd's Hot abound Syrun will'tmi tit -
tronibie at Once and pre ett ary 4isr "
plicatson. Sold by G'iner Moirw1L(ild

The Way Down.
They biad been making hnay w 1h I ei
the sun shone. and wben they hred
inisbed a high bo'ftpurk the rernrer'#
60Y shouted trou t 'he ff.-'. dIKny, 1111-
ier. bow arn I ,lrI tro get dewtivil
'rrd se farmer s *lftr *il
"Oh. Jes aslef C'VP-~"*;I.*1P
round a bIlt! Eu *'rvl,,eIrr.

TIII, An '11 ;1.~jh~Qlh C
Il'rn0it op Iti 1WM III& I- Ilbik, I IAI
~iFujfI~.lIC' sT~z'' joi ni ri l uIiti, a klflbl
JOkes. fIs often 'snug ik fi-Ptil-t--1.111 ~I4111i?-
able tof~ ret-tigni11w, a P,4r, tiriaffsl 1q, pa~i-
other. w t hb tr-fii' -4 f ateire ,..uplli. lw q

](,lhiabl deian er 'pari% ;ti r 1 .l )tthu~ f'
when be n a uhe watt vkid I:,f iyaIt I f b# d
"Waal)" 1wc sall. 1I re. kota ll T$IO'~uI
A *Ift who ebauywed l fI lIe y rp rim w
nimarked, with aj a u ir.T ,e 10W P
"Ab. senator. still :I I,': -s *wrl-'
"Yaas." Snwir.'~crli Ir 'i,~~c. #i.P"' ,u4l'e
same yt)is wli g-i ,istir I r-r- r or.
and sbooljqg t to -i%',If$&4d. '-ihi 'W4#aA
that to you.. YOU .erl' 114
Afterward. wba.- Ib j $41-. : -r. y
pained to btat. fIeo'iniintf ,.vew~ru...
that he afd Uci'd rne:Ilpai fe ,l ft4
to show tpat ont lI re fIi iirre lf- 15fi
went to the fativnui of the. tit- Lwtithe
A Queen lizobptH ,'u'tr.
Queen Ellmsb.il ;, lkfi -lt I.sibit
although her pI..sai.ttrl&-. -1 li( a.1
less sanguinary iturn ti;i m h.hr r.(. ir I a.
she must halve 1.--ru *o'ii im -t- fe--
ildable than usimul t~il.imi 11-iirstvifd !a
be rolicrsome.AInIv.t I-s. filtl:.d
Ih one of Lord E-sox'% lrp.r, m weit
regard to an uew th-mte lirlIIIiLgIIs oi ipw
of her maids of lonn.t. itryr I4i' )li-
Sesslon of whch iliv is% iu r !,niE II r..ii
rash enough to :.0!,llvlt "'iuv i liiii"*i.
The young lady. it vu'lzu~. 4. tr uiL rvrrl
inches taller ihiitn :i.v i lh- i a*z.ri:i
perhaps quite a In.'t -r I. I Ii I "1
be. arig dpsh--it! i [tit tft I' rt- -,4t
should be made 'wer tu, tilt fit-nrr''.i
the queen. first caretipully v lothia: xn
extremutv wet dmay. Wasa pI-I..na.'d fib tii.
It oti ifid trail I 11 ir -i larsl- %%Iphi t hI
I11 the mud. tb- tv tior (if iho 1vi.
miliated gsrrmen: tl.om fig to ri':*nt **
delighted with thu iu i F`1:1 J1l.41 ..1-
descension as the u*si -it (ie 1.)Ik. 14
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tEpWr ted. 1900, by Associated Literary
Bome young ladies decide to become
tserary only after having given the
matter wO much as half a day's serious
tugfi, bbut Miss Ninn Harper saved
ie*ln and a half hours by deciding
within thirty minutes after reading a
certain sketch of Oulda's.
As soon as pen and ink and paper
rerid be procured she began work on
a story, and before sunset on the same
day it was finished and sent off to the
waiting editor of a magazine.
Like Onuda. 1Mff Nina didn't start
eot to write for money. Her widowed
mother had been left a fair compe-
tnce. Like Onida. she had a sudden
desire to uplift sentiment and improve
he social status of the world around
her. Like Oulda again, she had
Clhothts and she wanted the millions
to s kte those thoughts with her and
profit by them.
Thi' fin a way, was praiseworthy in
a girl of twenty who had half a dozen
admirers and nothing to do but to be
entertaining and handsome and wait
for the right man to touch her heart.
unfortunately for her, thevarious pub-
I1shers didn't share in her object or
enthusiasm. They were out for the
dollar instead of sentiment, or for the
sentiment that brought in the dollars.
The literary effort was returned with
thanks; .r -
If that greedy publisher chuckled'
over the idea. that be had nipped a
literary career in the bud by sending
back that manuscript he was very
much mlataken. Some young ladies
would have stopped rigit there and
turned to crochet wortk,. but Mliss Nloa.
didn't belong to that bunch.- She shut
her lis li ghtly and determined not to
be killed off. A.t the- same tfrne she
determined to kill that editor if ever
opportunity offered.
In this determination she was backed
and encouraged by Fred Waterman.
one of her admirers, to whom she
showed the manuscript and related
how It had been chucked back at her
as. If it had been copy for a family
almanac. Fred was a lisper in his
speech, but that only made his voice
At-,re tender as he said:
"Mlss Harper, take my word for it
that )uu have gone beyond Ouida even
In your first attempts It is glorious!
If sl grand! It is ennobling! I feel
he better man for having heard it
"But they didn't publish it!" pro-
t,-ted the girl.
"I see. but it was too high class,
&',,'t you know. It's beyond the edi-
f.l. He isn't up to the sentiment of

This declaration mollified Miss Nina,
a:.d she selected another publication
'-l d another editor. Mr. Waterman's
pr onerous offer to call on and punch
t1be lhetd of the first editor was de-
e' eTne et the ground that the said edi-
,fr miht already have regretted his
haste in returning the manuscript.
The story came back from the sec.
end publication just as a request for
charity would have been returned-
"not Just what we are looking for."
It hurt and humiliated, but it did not
quench. Ouida's first delicious little
sketches went begging. Miss Nina
st ed own tear, doubled up her fists and
eohaulted iFr iforace Elkins.
Sir. Elkins was another admirer.
though he didn't lisp. He had on
many occasions written the menu
cards for entertainments and there-
lfo wa' admffre as a Ifternrn' man
]lie rad" tihe" iartu-' lri.t t.ith ith1 at
:elW evre. rw'fr tnt the hl.a k of eacti
page f De lraid it down and then an
' bounced bis h olemn rerd!' r:
'".y dear Miss Harpe:, -it is ?Tr:rind'
It la s gema! Ind,,d. the cliv fault
p"sfbc to be fe' t d is tt:;r t fis too
gemrn'y. T'.- t~~rnw magazine editor
h nor Uyp fo it It 1s a: fari beyond
lim a S butrespnere is beyond the av.
erag, farmPer'~ hlr d roan. For n
So her reason wa-s it r"tt:'uT d to you
'bhat A gem like this crowded
among the mawkish love stories i:>
which the heroin cannot talk -ten

il I m Ir guarInlrhl lfoui.?
Pl Aourceguaranent if you.je

SPILESt'I,' S.pUosl Sr
a1. es D. ui Iin.ip niu Sup'l
orded seeaois, Surin.l'l, N. r. wruin. ** I cQ.31 M

lhty do all Jou dlaim r f rm. Dr. U. M. Derore,.
Rritem Roca. W. Va. r rhrs; ," Tiiey give utiulrr ial],l. l.
rU tla." Dr. EL D. D l.U1, ClarkLat.ug, T.-an .wrlt
"In a nrael-le of 23 vars, I e ah e fo..uld no r-,,.dr I*
]rul m.tr'.m Pmrcm, 4 6 ?r'. S&aMr-' Frre. Sold
bo Dre"rl.. rwAFITIN UUV. LA.NCASTtR. PA.

Sold In SI. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mirchic'

words without making a grammatical
blunder! Heaven forbid I'
"But if they won't publish it how
can I get It before the people?" asked
the author, with anxiety in her tones.
"I could call on those editors and
call them ignoramusRs and scoundrels.
I could prove to them that they were
suppressing the brightest and most
charming thoughts of the century."
"But that would anger them."
Mr. Elkins picked up the manuscript
and carefully studied the backs of the
pages again and then sighed and
raised his eyes to heaven. He didn't
say so in so many words, but his at-
titude plainly betokened that he was
out of ft.
Two days elapsed, and then the story
was sent away again. There surely
must be one editor in the country who
could rise to the sentiment of it. In
due time, which was about a week, it
came back for the third time. There-
was a cold blooded type written notice
enclosed to the effect that its rejection
did not signify any lack of literary
merit, but there was no consolation in
this. Indeed, if it did not lack literary
merit, why not publish it?
This question was asked of young
Sanger, a third caller and admirer,
and he" promptly replied:
"Because it is Oulda over again, and
you know the jealousy against Oulda.
All these magazine editors are a trust.
They won't permit a new writer to en-
ter the field and make a reputation.
Why, Miss Harper, I once wrote a'
story aad sent it away and had it come
back on me twenty-tour tliee. But
fop this Jealousy I might have been a
Vilkite <'cl!i;s in time. Have I got the
,aame right? Was it \Wik', or Tom
Collins? H-ave you spoken to Mr.
gr;t:rncr on the matter of the story?"
"Why, no! And that's funny, be-
cause I've heard that he was a literary
man. He hasn't called here for two or
three weeks, however."
"Hi? is the editor of the very mag-
azine that sent It back to you for the
tlird time."
"Thein- then- when he calls again"--
And Miss Nina's eyes flashed, and
she flushed up, and she didn't have to
finish' the sentence to make young,
SSanger understand that there would
Sbe somrcehfug doing.
Mr. Granger had been an acquaint-
ance and a caller for a year or more.
He had made a pleasant impression at
least, and if he had not talked shop
during his calls and brought in his
literary connections it was a tribute
to his sense and modesty.
Nothing more was to be done with
the story until he called, but Miss Nina
made a memorandum and kept it be-
fore her. It read:
"Never read another copy of the -
"When Mr. Granger calls have it out
with him. If he cannot rise to you In-
tellectually it will be better if he re-
mitns -away."
In the course of a couple of weeks
Mr. Granger dropped in. He arrived
at an opportune moment-that is, Miss
Nina was reading her written thoughts
over again for the hundredth time and
realizing the loss to the world by their
not being published.
She had not armed herself with any
deadly weapon. A woman" doesn't
have to in such a case. This one en-
r:red the drawing room with manu-
script in hand. She made a frigid bow
and extended a cold hand. It was as
If she were greeting a man who held
a second mortgage on the mansion.
Of course Mr. Granger noticed his
ce option. but not being conscious of
any social dereliction he exerted him-
self to thaw out the atmosphere. He'
had come to believe be was succeeding
when the manuscript was thrust into
his hands and an Icy voice commanded:
"Sir, read that, if you please!"
"Certainly! With the greatest pleas-
are. U'm! U'm! This seems to be a
"It fs a story!"
"Some yscutn lady friend of yours
linking a first effort?"

A SA, OX-rem RnLuxr for SorPaweraI MsIz.IPoAROi.
ImER KNOWN TO FA.IL. Se Sui BSpedj I stis-
Icion uarateed or Money Befuaded. Sent prepaid
for $1.00 per box. Will send ,t riono rialto be paid for
when relieved. Blmnplre Free. If your druggtlt M not
hyvrF them aend your orders to the

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

The question was treated with con-
S'U'm! IU't! Peems to be a combl-
;atlon of essay and moral lecture.
Written by some yonng lady to read
at conmmenepmnPtt or before a club.
Two or three beautiful thoughts. 1
can't hare seen it before, and yet it
reads familiar."
"It ought to, sir!"
"rnt--but I really belteve I have
read Iparts of it somewhere at some
"You have It was sent to your
mamnzine for ptuiblintton."
"Ah. that is It. and I sent it back.
i f course ?"
"Yes. you ernt It back."
"You see. Miss Harper. It Isn't a
.--ory. nor a sketch. nor an essay, but
Ilnae say to the young lady that she
to be complimented or. her beauti-
ul Id ils. I am sure she must be a
,oit!.y and charming girl. Indeed. I
u!d very much like to know her."
unt. Mr Granger, If she is to be
'r-,p!llrented on her Ideals why did
on send the story back?* Why throt-
`e her aspirations and ambitions at
he very start? As a first effort it
;r'Tv leck In plot or construction, but
Onh.n't you have remedied that with
i little trouble and felt the pride of
!r!r'cling out a new authoress?"
"I--I think." he answered after a
,rn',unt. "that I was a bit selfish
I: nit it. and I hope you will forgive
;. I -wnt it Lack because I preferred
*) ,l:ri7 out a wife rather than an
-n' hore's!' '
A lbo In d heard that Miss Nina was
'1oiprt to give Mr. Granger "fits," called
o ree If h!e hid got what was coming
himn yet On leaving the house he
-!'ik hands vigorously and effusively
arnd said:
"No. ifn't it lovely to be inf love
:iand u:a.qgned? I came around to pop
the question myself, but it has been
Fi'! t-i. and so I will say no more
except that I am sincerely thine."

Cheering Her Up.
"1 hear you are going to marry Char-
"Yes: he asked me last evening."
"Let me congratulate you. Charley
Is all right. He is one of the nicest
fellows I was ever engaged to."


Department of the Interior.
October 23, 1909.
Notice is hereby'given that James A.
Adams whoseoe office address is West-
hav, Florida, did on on the 23d doy of
August, 1909, file in this office Sworn
Statement and Application, No. 05597,
to tuichtsa the ii 1 of neY4 and swo4 of
nell4 of section *4, township 2, south,
range 16 west, Tallahassee M ridian.
:and the timber thereon, under the pro-
visions of the act ,! June 3, 1878.
and acts amendatorv, known is the
Timber and Stone Law, at such value
as might be fixed by appraisement. antd
that. pursuant to such application, the
land and timber thoreon have been ap-
praised, the timber estimated 160,000
board fet at $2.00 per M. and the land
AS80 (i: or coll'il'nedr value of the land
anrd timber at 1 Oit; that sa:d appli-
cant wil offer final proof in support, if
his application and sworn statement on
,the 5th dayv ,of January 1910. before the
clerl- of circuit court at \ernon. Florida.
Any person is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a coo-
test at any time before patent issues hby
filing a corroborated affidavit in this of-
fice, alleging facts wl.ih would defeat the
entry. HENRY S. CHIBB, Register.

U.S. LandOllic at GAlnesvil.ie; rida.
November 26, 1909. '
Iotice is hereby given that John L.
Sconiers, whose postoffle address is Ba -
he.'d, Florida, did on the 23rd day of
August, 1909 file in this office sworn
st.-ternent and Application, No. 05732
ro purchase th ni of sej and net of swt
Section 1, Township 2 south, Runiga 14
west, Tallenasese Meridian, and th tim-
ier thireon under the provisions of the
nct of June 3,1873. and acts amendatorv,
known as tha "Timber and Stene Law,"
ut such value as might be fixed by ap-
praisemrnent, anid that purrsuanct to such
application, the land and timber thereon
have been appraised at Five Hundred
and Forty Dollars, the tinilmber estimated
at 320.000 board feet at $1.50 per M. and
the land $60.00; that said applicant will
oflur 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 couit at Vernon, Florida,

Any person is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
test at any time before the patent issues,
by filing a coirblorated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which would d4efea
the entry. Hxina S. CHUBB, Register.

November 20, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that William
D. Turner, whose rostoffice address is
Wausau, Florida, did on the 19th
day of August, 1909, file in this office
sworn statement ,tnd Application, No.
05731 to purchase the sej of swi, and
ai of set of section 1, townshin 2 south,
range 14 west, Taliahaasee Meriajan 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
fiixad by appraisement, and that pursu-
ant to such application, the land and
timber Ithereon have been appraised at
Six Hundred Dollars. the timber esti-
mated at 360,000 board feet at $1.50 per
M, and the land $60.00 that said a opli-
cant will offer firal proof in support of
his application and,' sworn statement on
tlre 2nd day of Februarv, 1910, before
Ihe clerk ot the circuit court t Vernon,
Any person is at liberty to prote t this
pr rchiase before entry, or initiate a cod-
test at any ti.ue before the patent issues,
by filing a corrobarated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which ivou d defeat
the entry. HENI" S. CHUBB, Register.

for children ONEafesr. NoopiARtee
far children: ca, ure. No ofiatee



A Race After the Runaways That
Was Not a Failure,

(Copyright. 1909, by Associated Literary
Press. ]
Jimmy Brice swung the big road car
into the winding drive, took the sharp
curve by the house on two wheels and
brought up at the steps with an ad-
ruptuess that all but sent him head-
long through the wind shield.
On the wide veranda Colonel Thorn-
ton was pacing agitatedly to and fro.
his lips set tight and his keen old eyes
flashing fire.
"It's come at last, just as I expect-
ed," he raved as the car came to Its
spectacular stop. "Mabet has gone
with that youug upstart Nixon-
gone-gone-eloped! Do you under-
stand? That's Why I sent for you. I'd
go with you myself If riding in thb
wind didn't trln on my asthma so.
I'd go with you and make it hot fol
him, I swear I would. As it i4 you'll
have to take Neil. She'll know what
to do. li). Nell. Nell!" he (-alled sun
(enly tir..iii'n the open front door.
"Here's .Jilnly in the racer. Iurry
Iup! You haven't a minute to lose!"
Light footsteps pattered cr the
stairs. On to the veranda came Nell
"They've gone across the state line
to Northville, of course," the colonel!
declared. "You can get 'em if you
hurry. Let out that car, Jimmy. Don't
let 'enm make it ahead of you."
J.Inmny opened up the car, and down
Ihe drive they went at a reckless pace,


Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office ar Gainesville, Fla. 1
December 11, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Julian O.
Baggett of Mnrlee, Florida, who, on Felb-
ruary 25. 1903. made oBomestead entry,
No. 32185, :(Serial Number,. 02013) for
Lots 2, 3 4 and 5, section 17, township
2 south, rar.ge 15west, Tallahassee Me-
Vid'an, has filed (notice of intention to
make final ;five-year: proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before
the clerk of tle cieruit court at Vernon,
Florida. on the 19th day of January.
Claimant names as witnesses: Eugene
Mitrlep, of Murfee, Florida, LindJav Bu-
chanan, of We-tba,; Florida and John
,, Morrell and Willie Morrell of Ebro,
'FI rida. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.

U. S Land Office at Gain sville, F
November 20, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that LeRoy H.
uichalirana, whose pstloffice ad"rross is
Caliplpy, Fl. il.l. did on the 10th day of
J,,y, 1i09, file in this office wvornI State-
menit and Appjicati n. No. 0564.5,to puir-
chase the net of sec. 1, township 2 socth.
range 16 west, T-illahapsee Meridiin,
aird tle timber theraon, under the pro-
visions of th3 act of June 3, 1878. and
acts amendarory, known as lite "Timber
and Stone Law," at such valuation as
nilitiif le fix~.t by appraisement, and th.a,
pursuant to such application the land and
timber thereon have been appraised, at
Five Hundred anid Sixty Dollars, the tirni-
her estimated at 320,000 board feet at.
$1.50 per M, and the land $80.00; that
saiii auplicalit will offer final proof in sup-
porf of his application and sworn state-
.ernt on Ihe 2nd day of February. 1910.
before j he clerk of the circuit court at,
Vernton, Floiida,
Any person is at liberty to contest this
purchase before entry. or ini'iNate a con-
test at any time before patent issues, by
filing a corr borantd affidavit iii this of-
fice, alleging facts which would defeat
the entry. HENRY S. UIbB, ,R6gisier.

A Traveling Salesman,
H. F. Beers, 617, 7th ave., Peoria, 111.,
writes: "I have been troubled for some
time with kidney trouble, so severely
at times I could scarcely carry my
grips. After using one bottle of Fo-
ley's Kidney Pills I have been entirely
relieved, and cheerfully recommend
them to all." Foley's Kidney Pills are
healing and antiseptic and will restore
health and strength. Sold :by all drug-


dlAckly.aseertain our opinion free wnett-' at
Invention is probably patentable. Common '
tlons strictly confdential. Handbook on PaL
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent,
Patents taken through Munn & Co. reci
pe"u notice without charge, in the
Scientific Jmrica".
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest dcl
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $8
5ear; four months, fl. Sold ball newsdealers.
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Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
Sit is the best medicine ever sold
A over a druggist's counter.

for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
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swung into the road and went whirl-
ing toward Northville, leaving in their
wake a cloud of dust that rose even
above the treetops.
Once they reached a straight stretch
of road Brice leaned toward the girl
beside him.
"We'll overtake 'em if they haven't
too much of a start," he declared.
"How long have they been gone?"
"Half an hour," she answered.
"Then we've got 'em," said he en-
couragingly. "Of course we've got to
head this thing off."
S"Of course," she agreed, but some-
how Jimmy was impressed with, the
Idea that she was not overehthusiastic
about it.
"I almost wish we could let 'em go,"
said he. "She's desperately in love
with him, and Nixon isn't a half bad
"That's impossible." said she. "She's
nothing but a child. 1 almost think if
she had been firm with papa he would
have consented, but to try to take the
matter it her own hands this way has
sent him Into a frightful rage."
They reached a fork in the road. One
!brauch led to Northville, the other to
Jimmy swing the car into the left
hand branch of the road and gave it
full speed again.
"What are yoU going to do when
you catch them?" he asked.
"I shall be very firm, and you must
back me up."
"All right." he agreed cheerfully.
"Of course I will; but, honestly, Nell. 1
hate like fury to butt in."
"You're not goitg to desert me at
the critical moment, are you?" she
questioned aqxiously.
"Sure I'm not! Watch me," he
The soft May dusk was coming on.
They shot past houses in which the
lights were already beginning to twin-
"Seems to me we ought to be get-
ting a squint at them pretty soon."
said he.
"There's a car ahead," she cried sud-
denly. "Hurry-oh. hurry!"
The road car seemed fairly to lift
Itself from the ground. They sped up
to the car ahead, but Its occupants
were a middle aged couple who looked
up in mild reproof as they tore past.
Jimmy Brice laughed. "Foiled again!"
he mocked. "I believe they're going
to make It after all."
"They mustn't-they mustn't," said
the girl. "Can't we go any faster?"
Jimmy shook his bead. "This is her
best speed," he declared.
Now they had reached the outskirts
of Northville. With honking horn and
undiminished speed they tore along the
elm lined streets.
"They've got here ahead of us, all
right," said Jimmy. "Our only hope is
to interrupt the ceremony before it's
too late. Where'll they go? Have you
any idea?"
"The parsonage of the brick church."
the girl explained. "That is where all
such couples head for, I believe."
They turned a corner. Just ahead
was a little church, nestling beneath
giant elms, and beside the church was
a snug little parsonage.
The car came to a stop. Jimmy and
the girl both leaped out and ran up the
pn-t-h to- belabor the-j..~ is.ed brass
knocker on the front door. Au elderly
woman in cap and apron answered
their strident summons and smiled
upon them knowingly.
"Step right into the parlor, if you
please." she invited.
"Has a couple been here recently-
little girl, blond, and man, tall and
dark?" Jimmy asked pantingly.
"Yes: they're in the study now," said
the woman.
Without a word of explanation
Jimmy pushed past her, and, with the
girl following after, he strode into a
room, where a pleasant faced clergy-
man was reading the marriage service
sonorously. Jimmy took a step for.
ward, stopped, chuckled and turned to
Nell, beside him. The couple was not
the one they sought.
Then even as they stood there in
embarrassed silence they heard the
couple pronounce nhusband and wife.
"Aud now, my young friends," said
the clergyman tentatively, advancing
in their direction.
"Have you married any other couple
today?" Nell gasped.
The clergyman .shook his head.

Makes Kidnaves and Bladder Right


30x50 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the more important
buildings-is of great value to any
one contemplating purchasilig prol,-
e;-ty in town. It covers about foum
miles of coast line, extending east
ward from Dyer's Poi;.t to and etm-
bracing Old St. Andrews, with cir.
responding territory inland. Price
n'e Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
Showing all the lavds disposed of by
the Citcinnati Company, also locates
Harrison, Parker, Cromanton and
adjacent country. The plat of the
lots is not shown, but by tile aid of
this iuap the approxiiiate location of
sny let is easily determined. Price
Fifity Cents, at the Buoy Office
Either map will be sent by mail to
Anv address or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUO01 has made very heralclub.
iinc arran.igements with a few ofthe veri
lest puhliliations in the counltr and for
tlie present can send for a Phole year
he BUOY and
I)troit Free Press (twice-a-week
al nd Year Rook)............. 1,7I i
'The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 85
do Semi weekly,forfl 55
Scientific American' .... 3 50
Farmer an' Fruit Grower ... 2 55
Florida Agriculturist ... 1 5.)
do clulhsof 5. each ...2 a ;p
Farm Journial. Philad'a. monthly 117
N. Y. World (thrice a WnPk).. 1 75
The Cosmopolititn............. 1 75
The Criterion .... .............. 1 0
For any or either of thi- above pniillica-
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' W. L Corwt, Richmond, Washl write--Some time ap I got a bad cold.
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Syrup Compound will cure any case of LaGrispe.
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The Meanest Man in Town
is the one whoalways wears a frown, is
cross and disagreeable, and is short
and sharp in his answers. Nine cases
out of ten it's not the poor fellow's
fault. It's his liyer and digestion that
make him feel so miserable. He oan'tf
help being disagreeable. Are you in
danger of getting into that condition?
Then -start at once taking Ballard's
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"Of course you haven't your 11-
censes," he said to Jimmy. "Fortu-
nately the clerk of this towu lives next
door, and if you will kindly give rme
the necessary information I'll see
about them for you."
Jimmy began to chuckle He was
about to explain to the clergyman his
mistake when suddenly be squared his
shoulders. looked quickly at Nell and
then faced his Interlo,'utor resolutely.
And almost before the girl was aware
of what was happening Jilmmy had
given the requestepd infornlatly and
the clergynitifn uffd tripped out to se-
cure the licenses next door.
"Jimnmy:" she gasped as the door
closed behind the retreating farsoaf.
"'Jimmny! For goodness' sake"-
Jimmy Brice took her hand in his
own. "Nell. dear, I've waited so long,-
Ind( we've missed Mabel and Nixon
anyway, and this is such a bully cler-
gyman-a real gentleman of the old
"If you will be good enough to stand
before lme here." said the iclergynian
whei h e (canle back.
S"(rtnie: said Jh'imuy gently. and the
girl :Irocse.
Stars were wininng drowsily in a
.lnudless sky when they on.e more
turned into the winding drive and
found the colonel still pacing the ve-
ri n:da.
"'Wh t do you think?" he bellowed
as they drew uI) to the steps. "They
lidlu't go to Norihville. They took the
5:26i trinin for tire city : ari were nar-
ri'ed there. H;id the ilntuderince to
epi:d ille a telegrr:ii. Nixon did. as.k-
in, mily forgivelnss. My forgiveness.
mnid ycul -('c)uftjlrfIl ii iminper'tinence
So -you've baid yonur trip for nothing.'"
'ilvcr we"'" said .irinny. l-li!pirr
tli Ilrisliniig Nel! fromtl tihe :lr' "(Oh
I'im not so tl're of tliat. colonel. SIpF
into the library with Ine, !f yi11 will.
I've something inmp iIrtanit i tell you.
Matrimony seenis to have struck this
family today in a veritable epideneie."

Cld Time Qucckcry.
The eighitev-tih evi:tur'y was the gold-
uti hliarvest tiule off the lackc, against
whiot soine of the lier'C'et shafts of
Hogarlh's sntire werni directed. The
quack loved to surrn ild lihitself with
an atmosphere ol mystery, which was
calculated to ialmpose upon the creduli-
ty of his victims. -is room v-as be-
decked with skulls and skeletons. A
brisk trade in quackery was carried
on by women. J. C. Wright in his
book, "The Good Old Times," records
the fact that In the year 1789 "a Mrs.
Joanna Stephens was awarded 5.000
by the English governnint 'for a
proper discovery i;taile by her for the
cure of the tlone. 'r This 'oper dis-
covery.' adds Mr. Wright. "conslistted
of a powder. a dle(oiliou n and pills, the
last nauied being formed from calcined
snails, with carrot seeds, hips and
haws, the colmpouind being burnt to
blackness and then mixed with soap
and honey."

Chief of the Orchid Tribe.
The giant orchid is the chieftain of
the orchid tribe. It attains propor-
tions which make all other orchids ap-
pear us miniatures in comparison.
A gigantic specimen may be seen
in Ceylon which is credited with being
the largest in the world. It under-
went a growth of forty years before it
first flowered. It hears about seventy
stems or pseudo bulbs, which vary
from six to ten feet in length, each
carrying over a hundred ribbon-like
leaves, which are from twenty to thir-
ty inches long. The enrir!l'irius flower
stalks are from five and a half to eight
feet long. each bearing about a hun-
dred flowers. The plant remains in
flower for about two months, and as
many as 3.000 flowers may be counted
on it at once. The flowers, which are
scented, measure Individually five and
a half to six inches across, their color
being yellow ground with large pur-
plish or chocolate blotches.-London
Strand Magazine.

Student Co-operation.
In every college there are numbers
of good upper class men who are eager
to co-operate with the faculty In start-
ing freshmen along th e right path. and
it is amazing that thus far so little
'iadvartage has been taken of their
services: EacH of these upper class
men should be given a list of from
five to ten freshmen whoul he would
make it his duty to know. He would
talk over with them their work and
their play, their study, their nunuse-
ments, their athletics. He would make
sure that each. oitsfde of his lessons,
was given a sane interest. somArhing
to do for the college, whether partici-
pation In football or in debating or in
writing for the college papers. HB
would see to ft far more effectively
than the dean. or even than the ad-
visers. thait each was getting his faff
chance socially. He would report cases
where financial aid was needed or ad-
monition or encoflragemnent. As It i1
at present, many fellows are lonely'.
Many. especially from a distance. miqs
fhe recognition they deserve merely
because they f nl";rantly room outside
the sphere of undergraduate life ort
knowing no one at first. fall In with
ffticongenial classmates and. becoming
discouragect. tfthldraw into themselves.
To such lonelt meni the ldangrrou'd
plensnres cxisttitt offside of college
:tipeail as substitutes for what they'
have nmi-used in conlegpe. These trage-
dies would be f t' f er e Ifkely to occur
If all ruembiers of the class wete
!hrown together and natural assoela-
(fons fa-ilitated through the provision
of upper ctass men ,nnd advisers.-Wi*
taini R. Castle. .r. ft Atlantic.
Westminster Abbey's Posts' Corner.
Turning fYtni tng nlrnry's cbape;
with its *Wenlth (if fancy's '"fairy froit
work," to the poets' corner in West-
minster abbey, we are attracted by a
spell migFit'rp tfa'n that of carven
stones in the presence of those "serene
creators of immortal fUifhzRs" who have
enriched our Ilterature with gifts be-
yond anl price. Tbis "lTfrtofia company
of paupers." as they have been termed.
Rays a writer In Cr,,nt Thoughts, hare
won a fame in the glow of which that
,.f aistaesmeu n d warriors wanes and
'rItlshecs. "toctwh'd to death by divine'
e7es. ~' rawn to ge:b( r. as It were, by
the r!eIl of Chaucer, "our -r.rt war-
blrer." what i 'i ensor cnlls "black ob-
lltvio's rust" uihs failed to tarn-l:h their
golden record. We move entrnnred
pamid the memorials of Drayton, Be:n
Jonson, Spenser, Sh:akI-ponre. Beau-
mont. Milton, Gray, Addison and many
more. In,'1nri'i;Ig the impassior'ed p"t
ant singer, Robert Burris. and the great. t
Victorians. Robert Brownning and Al-
fred Teunyson.-London Standard.

Too Much Face.
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many when you have ncur-.lgia, don't
you? Save the face, you may need it.
but get'rid of fthe neuralgia by apply-
ing Ballard's Snow Liniment Finest
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Whitetuil on Lo'ov and Marriage.
(George \V litet:;tl, he atiolt liersna-
sire i)rea'is'r ia'la r oli tirls prI tlucet*
who died (,u St-pt. i;o. 17t;l, 'oIl!dl ap-.
leal so pcwer'fully to the emotions
that hie to'i e enticed all ilie touoney
iiuomu hite plo--ket of tlie prudent Frank-
liu. Yet lie stra'cgely anticipated sotle
m ject of mnarr'iage. In 174 lie aipplited to
the parents of a young lady for the
hand of their daughter, adding, "If I
know anything of my own hbenirt I an
free from that foolish ,passiou which
the world culls love."
When this prosaic proposal was de-
clined the undaunted Whiteiteid miar-
ried an elderly Welsh widow "'neither
rich nor beautiful." This "merry wid-
ow" did not make a congenial help-
mate, and Whitefield remarked, with
refreshing candor, that "her death set
'his' mind at rest!"- Westminster Oa-

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