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 20, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00276
Source Institution: University of Florida
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U S. Senator -t District. W H. fito
anna; 3d District, P. Tallaferro.Jacksonvlle.
Raaresnatlves-'.-t District. S M. Sparkman
Rapenta, d Dsic. Frank Clark, Lake City;
3d District, Date H2c. Mays. Monticello.
Land Office---Reagstrar. !S elds Warri; 1Rd`.V-
er H. S. Chubb. Gainevile.
5tat.j--overnor. Albert W. Gichrist, Sedietafy,
H. C Crawford; Treasurer. W. V. Knott; Attor'
ney-Geneal, Park Trammel; Com troller,
ion o W. Mn. .Holonwa Commissioner of Agri-
Wn W'M.EHoltc H ,n,
culture, B. E. McLbu Chemist. R. E. Rose;
Geologtst E. H. Selard, Auditor, Ernest Amos
Geologist,'E Foster; Rail-
Adjutan -General. J. Clifford R oter Rail-
tod Cornimss ioners RC. Dunn. R. Hudson
Burr N. A. Bch and E. Cobb, clerk.
State Seiaator-Buell Cook. Chipley
sWhtofn e CountyRepresentative R. L. Me-
W Zie.Panama County Cpoun Judge I. A;
Huens on Clek of Court. County Cierk.lRe-
corder of tDeds, W C- e key e Danordi; Ta
Allen, VernOn; Deput C. Danford; Tax
olkrW. B. Gainer; ;TregLtUIter. H.B. Tiller
Ccton r, Assessor ""j. Williams, Chipley;
Vernon; Ty S sendent. F.Gainer, Wausau;
County S o .llins. Vernon; County Com-
ssrvoneyr. Ditr ct, Thomas Brock; Sec-
ondDins. r w. Bush. Third District. I. M.
nDistr 'Fourh Distri-t, B. F. Evans; Fifth
en!our th DisrT
i sf T"osue. Yor. H Drummond
Jno. r Cha L
'.y Thnfr p ..r.bGeorge W.

Millville--P0 Hriarries; Constable, J. H.
t 'h ,eoa the rsa Me "* b B.
eBulflockV m. p nmO t Bralen. NPo
Sos~arker-Ps, r. .. Bre

Barya-- EPsosema.ter.MasnIO.
,o"ok-Posmmstr J. j *ePsDyerr
tnama o- Postmasters Mrs. BellBoothe;
fDeputy Shrinf, At Hogeb oom. Jusicer o
thle Pea County Am M- Harriest 'n

Daffins. Pt a .oodford.ta
arker-d-Postm aster. 9 a. -m.1:

Public hc mig aW. arker. ,,i a .. an-
aery aonPS_ trnas .niN and CN vening;.e u-
Alserlan tonPosy Tter. even r A t
West Bay nPostmaysr, 9 a... .r
ShPort ostmaaster. R. B

OaeriPstmi tress Mr Lo. Gay .

C ook-Postm ster,.J. le

Murfee-Pst nicati on the Mirse
Calhoml County. Cromanton-post astr, Nora

Hoskin each month.

it. E PALMER, Se6retaLr

Farmcdal--Postwastr W F. Woodford.

Ba tist--Chairch Wyoming ave. and ,Pearl st.
Rev Herman SHoward, postorprea chinev-

Notary ePutboli ,day. morng d evening; rcuU-
day moPub'l every tday at e a. in.; Prayer
service evey Tuhrsday evening at 8 o'clokl
Methodist Episco pal-Chnrch Washington Ave

and Cerst nut Sta day School 93pron a, m
every Sunday. Re.o. i e to ) *astor.
esbyterian--Churchcrner Loraine Ave. and

Pr Js STNROC at9'e 0a.m etvrery
ke iSt Sunday School at eve

on- d
Parkeic fe State of 142

oer, to salReg Atria .Comn u-he

outh'de o thehnications on the first
-atid-third Saturdays

ado ningil iln each month.

The p lea akeed will be according to
tota l cE. rtOGERSON W. M.
It. E PALMER, Secretary

'iNotajy Pubhlic f,,r ~.~.e ;( .lagv. has jur.lSti,:.
to administer oaths, take aflnavisa. legalize
acknowledgements etc ,afslywhere in Florida.
Special atlent ion given to land conveyances
and manage ceremony performed for lawfully
qualified parties. Office at the Buoy Office.

of Bolin ,tI rny Chronic Diseases arri, dis-
eg&ni.oen Wen nd Cnildren n.?.pe ci*lY, "
Niotary PublKifoJ S4atatt larg'i. sohlcits 0olfial
n ess business 1n his j ri" .
Off-ice arBankt of St. Anare"s.
Notavy Public for State at Large. Office at'St-we.
corner of Lorairre avenue and Ctncinnati Stree .
All Notarial work solicited and given prompt

ti&i if the Peace'. Dist No. S. 'Ofied at resi-
his seal with him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments. wherever'
found. Attends to official business in his juris-
diction. Collections a specialty.

ment of taees for non-residents, specialties.

.For Sale e!
We: offer, for sale. strl 'Dl..' ch'e*
mooth'slde of the north half of the'
5ortbrfSt quarter 'of section 10,i town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from "t e e ch.ol house to Watson bayou,
o iiviill on the south/.Will be
noi Ip aere, quarter, or balt-acre lots.
Th'e p9ri asked "wIl be a.cordiqg to
kxatls~md w. h. IIMMONUP

i- e I WL Williams' Testifies.
Be. T'1.' :'.illlams, Huntuleton,
W.ta;.> wrtteatUs .follows:-'tThis is to
certl f that I used Foley's ijdney Rem-
edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney
trouble and am free to say that Foley's
Kidaey Remedy will do all that is
clabned: or It. Sold by all druggists.
The Southerner and Corn.
h southerner feeds himself, his pigs
and hi progeny upop corn. He slept
InW-ls ro tfersm~n's cabin upon a mat-
tiit s onThi' of"' the huFts: Today :he
odiriutes sou:e of Its pith to the
rmnunactitrr oftk'lnn nltton with WhicI
td'blow-the' ene )y to Beelzebub ahd
Ponmie nior ofA it lo the manufacture of
dcflulose to pa v.c ehing4 Ae armor of
hbl country's battleship, to prevent
tlm from sinking when projectiles
Se their pIlates. He plants corn a
.y In. the"springtime as the season
I1 permit and gets up at dawn tq go
into the fields and tickifftt spreading
riots with i double shovel plow. In
xtidwitb r hi.smokes his corncob pipe
before a corncob fire. Looking into a
htl of glowing embers through a blue
tee of the smoke of incense burned
t% Moudamin, he returns thanks for
ie coan meal in the cupboard and
dreams happily- of the "ros'n ear" of
tbe golden summer to come. its apv
ireclation of- the value of Indian corn
Ii high. His affection for it in Its vari-
ous forms is abiding.-Louisville Con-

'. town on Rival Plant..
Wife-Tohn,i the hens have scratched
op that eggplant seed you sowed. Hub
,;-Drn 'em! Jealousy, I rUppOc.-
'*oston i'Transcript
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I polished under foot, he is not con-
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY demned to spendhis days in dis-
AT ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA. gusting and unhealthy mire. Al-


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$Ul00 a 'ear in Advance.

entered Sebt. 91 1902, at St. Andrews,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congrfeas of tarch d, 1879.


Display adv, rates. 50c. per inch
per month. Position' and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
to special agreement. ',;
"Local Drift," 5c per tlin, first in-
sertion; 2Jc per line each subse-
q rent. Display locals double
above~r*e... '

SIf his paragraph is checked with a
bluepencil it Lsa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be tent
yoU. tht no brestr may occur should
iouibhoose to renew.
V - ; '

though his nights of late have been
cool. although he gazes at times
with sorrow at the unattainable
grains of corn that lie below in'
smelling distance, so near and yet
so far, yet on the whole he is con-
tent. He has no apprehension as
to his future, he foresees no killing
time, no hog-cleaning when his
best friend, the white man, draws
near. He dreads' the African, for
that is heredity,'the inborn' legacy
of fear from out the countless ages
of the past in darkest Africa. He.
.dbes nout -fessesthe frightful .hur-
ricane that may come to sweep his
home away and cause. him to per-
ish. pent miserably within his pen.
No, his soul is serene. Go to that
home at sunset and watch- him.
He is couched on his delicious little
hams with his nose high. He is
gazing through the western crevic-
es in his wall. He is admiring
with a trustful heart the sinking to
view of the great orb of day. Let
us join in his evening orizon and.
with the poet. pray'-
"But chiefly spare, 0 King of Clouds,
The piggy on his airy shrouds."
Pleasant dreams. dear little

is coming. We read in a certain
newspaper: 'that he is :the greatest
blessing the South has had yet,
come in the guise of a curse. We
do not' name the paper, for we are
giving no free advertising, and if
we 'do steal the idea. there is no
copyright. We might have thought
the same thing ourselves.
The reason tor this cotton-eater
being blessing is that he is driv-
ing the negro labor back out of the
South to the Atlantic coast. Our
present way of hiring these African
workmen is 'pretty costly. The
system that supports this shiftless
race, ;his iace without ambition or
'foresight, without its fami y .home.,
without morals; without hope, is
only better 'than was'alavery. It
is the.great Southern' staples that
enable us southern 'whites to carry
the heavy load orthese fellow-citi-
zens. Where cotton or rice or su-
gar is raised. oiV great farinms at a
good profit, any ~bor is better than-
none; but any oter labor is better
than negro labor. The' very poor
Dago has run him off the sugar and
rice farms of Louisiana. Poor Sam-
bo has lost 'his ..job and4. gpne to
town, to play craps and drink poi-
son in the dark .doggeries of his
race, to. tote his -pistol or razor, to
bring up 'In the chain gang with
irons on his. hands and feet.
Elsewhere I have seen the poor
mountaineers descend to the flat
lands and take the small farm away.
from'Sambo and prosper. Half of
that job is gohe now and the other
half is going.
Sambo has a monopoly of the
pine tree, but we fool' white men
are fast destroying the forest and
impoverishing our grandchildren.
No nation ever yet cut down its
trees without falling into beggray.
The boll weevil is the last foe of
.Sambo. As this remorseless bug
advances northward aud eastward,
Sambo keeps falling back, The
planters tell him they can't feed
him, the weevil will take from half


h ?zooo-oo-IE I

Well what of it? "Nothing much.
It does but recall the early days,
the golden period in the life of our
race. Courting was then based on
first principles. When a fine young
warrior was in love, and the girl
was shy, and he found a dead 'pos-
sum, be went where she could
hear his manly voice and called out
the single word: "Coo-oo-ie!" That
meant MEAT,...ind the lady came
a-running with her coat dn, which
was a coat of blue paiht. The gent
who could feed a lady in those days
had his pick. and if he could feed-
two ladies he had two picks,.and so
on to the limit. The limit was the
number of -ladies in that region.
Nowadays the: ladies'have it differ;
ent. They have found out that the
tyrant, man is very seldom good
or more than one lady, and even
then she has to get her own kind-
ling and feed the hogs-
Ha! That reminds me. I start-
ed out to talk about St. Andrews'
elevated piggy. I suppose almost
everybody has seen his two-story
pen upon the beautiful bay beach,
but few have "taken the' time to
'walk over to that lofty structure
and study the good g!ft of heaven.
I blush io' adinit that I have seen
qrnebt; bt n1 s of the African race.
At the time when our African fel-
low-citizens are wending their un-
willing way'6to Otiir occasional la-
bor, small gangs of them maybe
seen to gather:arond that. well-ven-
tilated pig-palace and peer eagerly
through the bars at the inviting
young meat wa'lkipg in fear in the
"fur corner. Pigs have wisdom; the
youngest piggy knows his danger
when the sable son of Ethiopia
looks at him.
It will repay the white male vot-
ers of St. Andrews to go put.to that
lofty sty and have a look, yes,
even to think of the wondrous in-
tellect of Man, to reflect upon the
goodness intimated in the little
plump piggy granted to Man by
a kind Providence. The dear little
chap wanders about with his head
high and evidently full of, pride in
his aristocratic quarters. He has
learned to straddle the cracks in
the floor, he knows well their clean-
ly purpose. His home is always

to three-quarters of the crop, and
he can not "advance" any more,
So Sambo, who is never able to get
credit "at de sto'," falls back be-
yond the limit of the weekil and
makes a fresh feeding contract. As
the bug advances at least forty
miles a year, the Africans get thick-
er around the ledges, and wages
keep falling. Finally theo quel bug
will crowd the wretched 'rate into
the sea, which means into the grave.
Poor Sambol I see his fine qualities,
I like him; but he can not compete.
When' there is only oneI-nygal of
victuals between a whi~iaam* anid
bjlacq family, thp- white elIj
are going to eat. Papa viltlook
put ftr-that- hd is here to feed his
kids, and it looks right to me that
he do it, even if the black 'man's
children must perish.
The remedy proposed by that
unknown, paper (which I decline
to advertise free) is what our sensi-
ible farmers 'are' already doing.
They do riot haye to starve becaiase
the boll weevil likes cotton. They.
raise cotton to swap it for grub aid
clothes, and they have begun now
to raise grub and clothes. They
know they can. have all the corn
they need by raising it. They pre-
fer to buy northern flonr, but that
takes actual cash; so they are back'
to wheat fields again in Georgia
*and' Alabama and Mississippi..
South-of those wheat fields they are'
taking hold of cane; so astqo swap
sugar for flour. They are by de-
grees keeping more hogs and chick-
ens; they have discovered that
good mules cAn ,be bred without
buying them inMssouri, and so on
and Jso on, as the. bearded little
school-teacher used to say.
But there is one point that anon-
ymous paper missed, and here is
given free a new and reliable range
up the Pass. If the South can
produce cotton cheaper and better
'than any other legioz. iu the world,
we do not want to surrender. so
'great a fiatural advantage. -It pays
best to raise the natural cropland
swap .with the food raisers. Cot-.
ton is our strong hold. .
It is tnow the duty of the United
States to draw a belt across the
south wide enough to stop the bug.
.He eats nothing bit cotton and
starvation is the only way to kill
him, let the Unrited States prohibit
cotton inside that belt, and west of
it. In two' years# every weevil in
the United States will be dead.
.Then, a strip a hundred, iilcs wide
longg the Rio Grande,,should be
Sept frel of cotton forever, for the
bug comes out of Mexico. This
forced cessation of a great' crop
would be for the benefit of the
whole region, but if it be found on,
consideration that the loss to the
:South should not be thrown on the
South alone, then all the States of
the nation ought to chip in and
make up the balance 'fairly.'

To Tame -Him.
'tSo you're tfLii.' t, i nltr('il ;tc' bnse-
bull amni'ug the p)isonMrs'x- I don't aI|
prove. What \\iill become of disci-
plinue?" .
"If a man gets too oblstreperous," re-
plied the w:lrdeti coutiidic'ntty. "we'll
make him umpire."-- Philadelphia

A Matter of Hours.
Bangs-What is the difference be-
tween a woman's whist club and a'
man's poker club? Wangs--Why, in'
one you get'home to dinner and In the
other to breakfast.--New rk Star.

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* 1Bill' *

SSun bonnet
* S
He Thought It Was Kate
" Who Wore It, but It Wasn't., '


Copyright. 1909. by A.soclated Lit- '
'- erary Prrc-'s.
"' '' * -$+.* It was morning in Idaho. and the
'un was beduling pleasantly upon Bar-
ry Vail as'be rode aluugside the' big
Iprtgaring t4nail that be hbd Jen setor
;.t-. *-- ...** -- :. ..-..-'* .. -
I" any settlers on ite reservation.-
.liimr'" be asked the forininn.
-"Tbey are coming now t hat they see
the canal is a go. The nearest one is'
.ludge Rand. His shack's upg yonder.
Ele's in luck. We go right through his'
Judge nl;nd: Vail wondered if It
could be tle same juaid h bid known.
long ago. He concluded It was not
'- Which way do I take to his ranebh"
he asked.
"He's, gener nny clearing' sagebruab
this time of day. Follow the canal and
you'll likely run on him."
Vail rode on, tilting his sombrero
back ind' humming a love tuue. He
was in a conteriplat'lve mood this
morning, aqd the word "Rand" carried
him back to the east, where he had
been born iand bred. but whose dust he
had sbalkeu from hiO feet five years be-
fore. At that time he had been in love
with Kate Rand, atn imperious, self
;willed girl. One fateful day she had
announced her intention of going to a
'asiquicrade In: the character and dress
of a page. His young,' conservative
scruples were horrified. He objected,
and whbtn she petststed in carrying out
her intention his dictatorial attituder
rlmoed him to break the engagement.
Immedlafely affevward Hie .sBcrred an'
Hptpointment ds civil engineer n tthe
west. Lately his love affair viewed at
long rnnge -appeared a very boyish af-
Whenbe canle Opon the solitary fig-
ure digging doggedly at a r.csistineL
root be recognnlAd the man who bad
come-so near hbeln'ihis father-in law.
There' were mutual recocnltions of
plenaure. and then the judge explained
that he had been caught In the tinan-
eail coil' of Wall street and had lost all
,' ls w.,rllcy ponssMilot ..._ -
"Jusat Pnough left." be-anid. "to nmke
a payment on Ili0 acres here. which I
shall pat to ponttoes. The spirit of the
west bas c:aughl me. Rarry, I wouldn't
ato l.qek into Wall-street purgatory for
any.ronwtaderafMon." :' .
After Vanll had related -hit own expe-
d"nces ind inluilred after. the fortunes
of mutual friends be asked almost
"Did Kate come out bere With you?"'
The judge Virw swtat for a--moment.
Then te said, with a sig.rh-f
"Can you picturee KftetIn the primi-
tive life? She had an oppotunee Invi-
tation to accompany some relatlves.ori
a trip abroad-" .
"And you live out here lonee" e
claimed Vail pityingly.
"No. I have my helper, Bill. We
are very comfortable-a little shack for
a living room- and dining' room com-
bined, two sleeping teuts and an out
of door oven-a place foer these parts."
nut Vail -was not listening. His at-
tention was concentrated on a slender
figure that was approaching In the disa
tance. The figure was clad in khaki
trousers, blue shirt, a red kerchief and
a sunbonnet.
"Who in the world Is that he asked.
The judge turned hastily and looked
"Oh, that's Bill! I want him to go to'
the next ranch on an errand for me.
Excnse me a moment. I will be back."
He hastened toward.the sunbonneted
figure. and after a moment's conversa-
tion the figure turned and went the'
way from which it had come.
"Your Billdoesn't look equal to
much hard work." observed Vail dryly.
"Bill's all right at farm work or.
housework," assured the judge: "He's
wiry, willing, enduring and, best of all,
intensely interested in the development
of the ranch."
"You see a good many queer sights
in Idaho," remarked Vail, "but I'll
swear I never saw a man or lad wear-
ing a sunbonnet."
"Bill lost his one and only sombrero
in a reckless ride last week. He went

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to the nearest raneb to buy o'- borrow
Sone. but the only superfluous headgear
it had was this su-nbonuet, to which
.he is litd athl,-bed. as he is a little
fearfuf of anusirokes."
S"Well. I must return o the caoal. 1
iintend to be neighborly, judge."
"Of 'Oi corse. L.et melee. Come over
tomorrow to dtnuer."
Vaill chutLled softly as he' rude-
SI, wonder if the judge thought he
cuuld string mte that way. I have a
very irm courictota thar Blir is Kate,
and. remembering my boyish horror of
male atti-re. the Judge beaded her off.
I supple he thought he bad deceived
me with bh' evasive statement about
her trip abroud and invited 'e tomoc-
:'ow. whetbe will take puins to have'
Bill. alnki ioate, absent. "I ktow of

friendly fnshlIon.- I kuow f admire
hier a thousand times nore than I ever
did for corning out here arnd wearing
any kind of clothbe for working.,pura
poses. I'll ju.ti go.over tonight, wbeth-
er I am welcome or not. and stay to
supper. Fancy the sybarlit. Kite cook-
Late in the afternoon he rode up to
the sh.ak., aid. as he expected, Bill,
clad in feminine attire, was in the
"doorway. She was a: different girl
from the hni soonie. languorous, cyn-
ically expressloned Kate he had
known.. There were the same regular
features, the high bred figure, air and
pose, but the eyes were full of life. and
the unt uh .curved in almost gentle
lines. Her pale face was tinted with
ruddy gold.
He wondered what his reception
would be,' remembering the angry
parting. .
"1 am very glad to see you. Mr.
Vail," she said courteously, with ex-
tended hand. as he cauie up to her.
He4instantly took the cue. addressed
her as Miss Rand and avoided all allu-
sion and referenceto the past..He was'
glad it was to be this way. He wanted
to begin acquaintance anew with this"
womanly Kate.
"You must stay to supper. That's
what they call, the meal out here. 1
shall prepare it myself tonight."
"Don't you generally prepare it?" he
couldn't help asking.
"No," she said casually. "Bill, the
help. cooks, but he is away."
Vail decided to accept the little fic-
tion regarding Bill, and when the-Judge
came home and was informed by his.
daughter that Bill had been called
away for two weeks, which was just
the length of time Vail was to be in
the vicinity, he never changed expres-
M108. - - __ I- --- -.
"Ruth," said the judge in -rep!y.
"Ruthb' interrupted Vail in sulrprPe.
She smiled.
"Father calls me by my middle name
since, we came out here. It. was my
mother's name, and he thinks anr
growing to be like her."
After shppet'. when the judge gnd
Vail bhad smoked and chatted, a neigth-
bor cnme to talk plauring to the judge..
Barry proposed to Rltb (as he now
liked to think of her) that they ride
down the course of the canal, and she
readily nccepled. He remembered how
well she used to ride and bow well her'
boyish slimness looked in the saddle.
But never in city parks could they'
have had this gloridus canter over the
wind swept way on the opi-n plains'.
They came back in the glory of a west-
ern moonlight. When near the shack
Barry drew rein.
"Shall we.'" be asked earnestly, "be-
gin all over again?"
"Yes," she replied in a low tone.
"That was What I wanted to ask you
to do."
For the nexf fto weeks every mo-
ment he could snatch from his work
Barry spent at the shack. Feeling
that he was depriving the judge of,
Bill's help, he put in some effective
work on the ranch. In his rides, walks
and. talks with Kate Rulh he felt et
sense of intimacy be had never known
when with the Kate of olden days.
"Darling," he 'said impetuously one
night after a long silence, "can you
forget the past and my boyish supe-
riority? Can yot learn to love Ien
again, Kate?"
"Don't!" she cried breathless. "1 am
not Kate!"
He looked at her in bewilderment.
"I am Kate's younger sister. 1 was
away at school when you knew her,
but I used to love to hear about you
from father. I didn't know at the first
that you mistook me for her. After-
ward-well, I was afraid you would
not care for me, but you can't have'
her. She's engaged."
"Dear." he said gently. "1 don'f wnrtt

Kate. I want ,vir. whether you are
-(ate. Ruth or BIll."
"Bill?" she interrunltesd fhiltly.
'I knew," he Inughed. bail'ss sun'-
bonnet gave him away."'.

Stream or Life.
Life bears us un like tile current of a
mighty river, Our bout at firft gllde
down the uarro i bannel. tbrourilb th4
playful kilrmnruig. of the Irtile hrooct
and' the winding of Its grassy bord-ers.-
The trees shed their blonsonms 6vr put
young beads) theflowers on the brink'"
seem # offer themselves to our youu. ,
.JaPds; we are happy In hope. and we'
grasp eagely it ftb beautles arotfnd
.s, but the stream hurries on. and xslli
our hands are empty. Our codraue.l.d

itrikint and tS We iftdut-: '
Mutated by te molting pfftii'ea of b-.
joynent and Industry pasriFle before
ugw we are excited by some Adihort lived'
disappointment. But our energy auni
our depression are both In vain. The
stream bears us on, mid our Joys and
grieft are alike left beha'id n ri
We may be shipwrecked-we cannot
be delayed. Whether roaug or 0m*oth? "
the river hastens to its home fll thbd
roar of the ocean is In urn' enrs arnJ
the tossing of the waves Is Ibneath ,.mur
feet, and the lafid lessens from otrr
eyes, and the flAods are lifted nT
around us, and we tnke our leaver of
Searth and its inha!)itants until o,' "nr
further voyage there is no wirtn ss savd
the infinite and Ptirnal.- Ex( lauiuw.
This elegant and dellrane starrh If
the product of a plant that is cultf-
vated very extensively in Ithl Malay
peninsula, where its culture is alnms .
entirely in the bhais of the Chlupse.
The tubers of the plant '(Mntilhot utili-
sima), which'weigh on an average
from ten to twenty-five pounds ard
first scraped and then careLilli wn.'h-"'--
ed, after which they are rntdt ci't ro a!
pulp by being passed between rollers..
This pulp Is carefully washed nntf
shaken up with abundance of watni
until' the felcula separates and passed
through a very fine sieve into 1i tub
placed beneath. The flour so obtained
Is repeatedly washed and then plnepl
on mals'and bl4arbed by exposTure *n'-'--
the sun and air. It is finally convePred
into the pearl tapior'a of commerce by
being placed In a crude shlapel framlne
covered with canrv:i. it i .-'llxhtly
moistened and subjePred to a rtnrv
motion, by which niean,- it' s grinni,'
lated. It Is next dried In the siun ani ,
atrnqti or.-r thnfr.r na. ai.on iuz ,
preased with Tegfotable t'llnw antd la
tben ready for the ilarkat
Bored No :..uru.
"Yes." ~said the 1.1 'U"- Rl P.. "'
used to be ptestr0"' tit (Othant y r
bore. My secretary. %-i- a a god inllur-
ed. obilghiy c(at p. .,; i. 1n uktld nli.v't
tind it tu his heart r', rnnm the bort
away. Just as slirr ';. Wus' In tbid
bore was certain to h.- ilm'ttled.
"One day. after ain ljuf'a martyt-
dom at the man's hands. I d -termlicrd
to end that persectrinl~a 'J I called
my, secretary and said to him mys-
"'Parton, do you know what Wnked
Smith come berp so reguilarlyT'
"'No, sir.' said 'Parton. 'I Iau't say I
"'Well, Parton,' said 1, '1 don't nitid
telling you in confldlene that be's aftef
your Job.'
'"From that day." concluded the ;1.
P., "I saw no more of the b)re.--Lo -
don Scraps.
Youll feel better after feJcinr i De
Witt's Little Early Hisers, the fbo
sureland gentle litle liver pills. ji
you would be sure*of good results t'
sist on DeWitt's U'arbolized Witch Ha-
aelg~alve, the original. It is good for
big. cuts or little ones, small scratch5
or bruises os big oucs, but it is epa.-
cially good for piles. Sold by Al drug-

Modest G?'eatnes.
Reporter-Senator, to what do you'
cilefly attrlbirte yuoftfit sucvssoif cii-
reer? Eminent States.nian-i'-'firely to'
heredity, young mau. i deserve no'
credit for it whatever. My father had
Ambition, and my unbthcr h;d talent
and I happened to i'hrlrif fotbh' thos
Sliaflca ilonas.--Chlcagoer 'Hmnne.
Life's a reckoning we cannot make
twice' oter. You cannot mend a wrong
subtraction by doing your addition
right.-Georgo Eliot.

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The Tarpon arrived from the
south at 9:00 o'lock a. m. Friday
and .rom Mobile and Pensacola at
2:00 p. m., yesterday.
The Manteo arrived from New
Orleanm via. Mobile and Pensacola
at 700a, m. Tuesday. She land-
ed alo at C. L Joyner & Co.'s
wharf and will continue to do so,
The following boats arrived with
Mixed fish, Thursday: The Jim An-
Anderson. 500 Ibe, Bonita, 1.500
it; John Stephens, 800.
The Pchr. Hempstead, Capt. IN
M. Ware, came in Saturday with 0
good catch of trout.
The latest news received from
the Nancy Lee, in South Florida is
that, so far, the fish are scarce, oL
Ing to the continued bad weathe
Ibut they are expecting a "run" lat-
er. They have an ideal camping
place on Big Hickdry Island-post-
offie is Carlos. The motor boat,
,Emma M., with the Moaths fishing
erew is there, abso; making, alto-
gether, fourteen St. Andrews boys.
The following table rooord" the max
fiim. minimum abd mean tempera-
. utrs9 the rainfall and direction of the
wind fur the twenty-fonr hour. ending
at 7 o'clook p. m., as indicated by U. S.
aimronme at

Data...... (d,
Jan... 12 6T,
13 67
14 58
15 57
16 58
17 65
18 69
6r 65

i I Rlain. Wind
445 66 .99 M
42 54 .00 se
46 53 .00 ( w
:4 46- .00 n
36 47 40) sw
39 53 .00' Se
49 63 0) a
141 I 531 .00 1

Saved At Death's Door,
Them door of death seemed ready tt
open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transi
Ridge, N. T., when his life was wonder
I fully sated. "1 win,l 1 dreadful con41
tion," he writes, "my skin was almost
yellow; my eyes sunken; tongue coated
-emaciated from losing 40 ponnde, grow
Ing'weaker daily. Virulent liver troe
WRe Dulling me dow n to death in sifite
of doctors. Then that matchless maedi
*inu, Elautric Bitters, cured me. I re
galied the O0 pounds lost and now Am
.--well andstrorw." For all stomach, liver
and kidney t'eebles they are supreme
60c. at A H. Brake'a and Gainer Mer-
cantile Co. 's.

Th Set Proof.
Litte 1kd. eveg yes" id, we. sent
to the bathroom for a "gKood-sertn" b
fbre 4uemzr. bft returned so, quickly
haat tbsr offer deeftret be couldn't
Spesibly have washed himself. ge ree
pH.ed.-'T"ly I did. mother. afnd If you
don't believe it you can just go to the
bathroom and look at the towel."-De-
Eretherly Reeentment.
loung Mother Uproudl -- Everylbod.
ays the baby looks like me. Bachelor
Brother (anmaedp-Tbe spiteful thing,
Sdoon't say that to your fare, do they?
Best for caghs and colds is Kenne-
tfy'a Maltive Gough Syrup. It moves
She-bowefi freely yot gently Ont thero-
by drives the cold from the system. It
stops the eoamhb. Children lite it-
pleasant to take. Soldby all druggists.

TgrI TELQ n36r? West Florida and is deserving of the
greatest eucass.e
--- -Capt. F. A. Witherill and Mr. Ar-
-Fresh Garden Seeds --Buecbee's thur SmilL went fora farewaelLh hunting
'full of life," new crop, at Jno. R. trip to Crooked Island. lasi Saturday.
*Thompson & Co.'s. They were gone but a few hours and
-Mr. Clapper, stepson of Mr. Match. brought back forty duoks.
ett, opened his new store and meat mar. -Because of the badly arranged
ket last Saturday, in the Godard build- Es4t Bay mail schedulesthe Buoy's spe-
iug south of the Racket store. elal Farmdale report was forty-eight
-Private BOARDING, $5.00 hours covering the twenty-five miles;
per week. AplAy to Mrs. F. W. Hoe consequently was received too lato for
kings, Cromanton, Fla this issue. The sesenable portion
will. however, aupear next week.
-Mr. H. W. Johnson has taken the par nxt wk.
contract to rebuild and repair Ware's -Mr. James Dennis of Nixon, died
wharf and pilings are being delivered. of of old age on the 6th inst, He serv-
S--.uite a cotingent of St. Andrews ed in the war of the rebellion in the
federal army-was the only sarvivor
Young people went to Panama City of the Old Town massacre, where a
Saturday and attended tbe skati g boatload of Union soldiers were shot
rinev. a w tailed t mt while getting water from the spring.
is-Ra Burdeshw tailed to mateppointmentMr. Dennis escaped to thegunboat
last Sunday on account of the iess of which forthwith opened fire, shelled
l SundWife. on account of and destroyed ihe town and site and
Swife. Warra Deeds, ew r drove she confederates that escaped
vel improved short tor ntt re o death backout of range of the deadly
vised, improved short form printed on a,nel.
good linen caper, 25c per Aozen: also ie
) blank receipts-100 recepts in a block, Passing of the Organ Blower.
0leath, at the Buoy Qfce "The organ blower to passing. He
S -Hugh Moates, the '1 yearold son will soof be, like the armorer, extinct."
t of Mr. and M 3. A. IMoates of West a quaint tpe. t's a pity, He w
End, has been ill this week and barely Most t blower weere .mp
escaped having pneumonia; but ist im minded old chaps wbo firmly beliteed
proving nicely. and iseonsidered out of they must suit their blowing to the
Srdmagw, music. In soft, light passages they
S -Mr. C. f. Casey of the St. Andrews blew soft and light. Whenthe creams
; wood-w arkine factory has just closed a do thundello forth tel worked fran
StieaDy, blowing with all their mighi
Sentraot with the Sale-Davis Company gd main.
of Southport, to build an umense y- "Often a facetious reporter on the
Stress water tank with a caaoity of near- local paper would refer to 'the excel.
I y seven hundred barrels. lent blowing of the organist's assist
-A fine young son arrived at the ant, Mr. Bellows.' Then the blower in
Some of Mr. and Mr&s. C. P. Moates,- iNo vanity would develop all the affec
yesterday morning, and **Lum's" per- tatlons of a Paderewski or a Soula
deaicularmeareent appears to Now he'd blow delicately, a dream
dNaefineased by srement appears to mile on his lips, his eyeb half closed
ave Inrease by several inchs,l- The misie would change to a tiareht
-eady. Dr. Kester introduced the and e'd stamp his foot in tlite, while
'young gentleman- up, down, up, down, the old bedlows, in
-tiandsome teeter heads with St. time also, would be Jerked. At a cli
Andrews Biy, date line ana views of n x hiss face would tedden, hed bend
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena to his task and blow so fast and furl
VistaPohit, at 8c per dozen; also, map ou that the organ would nearly burst?'
of the St. Andrews Bay country on -PielphBulletin.
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen"
At the B'-oV office. Another Case of Faith.
d -Capt. McKinney of the launch "I wrote a bdIcal friend of minetI
S -Capt. Mc inne o l the oaun London about k curious discovery
SDixe III, took a large and jolly party I made recently quite by chance
V to Crooked Island, Mouday. The day but which I shall never publish to the
a was fine and they enjoyed themselves world through the scientific journals.'
immensely, gathering sea shells, which said a Brooklyn doctor last week.
0 they found in abundance and of many "Not Jong ago this friend sent me
rare varieties, and they were well about fifty little dark colored pellets,
pleased worth their success, A gener- and he wrote me tfat they were a ne
S combination of drugs that 'he had
aon lunch with which Ithey had provid- round pirt~uarly good in cases of
ed thereles !w .spread upo te brain fag. Be asked me to try them
a santybeachr to whIch eerr member on my patients and report. During th
t of the party did ample justice, next month or so I doled out the pel,
" -Manufacturers' Record, Jan. 13: lets to several of my patients -who
- The Geoagia Southwestern & Gulf Bail- came around complaining of tired
t road Co. is reported to-be floating 5 per nerves. All of them said that the med.
Sicne did them a jot of good. Yeeter
eent. bonds in Paris, France, for the day, however, I was golng through
* eonsiruetito of its proposed iino from my office desk and discovered those
* Albuny vil. Colquit and Donalsonrille-.. DeDets frmn London jetact In the plain
e Gu., and IMaiaAetsa, Fla., to St. An- envelope to wbhcb itaid placed them.
* drews Bay Fla., 1600 miles w(th a A hurried but antmous investigatioL
- branch to Dawson, Ga. W. M. Legg, disclosed that I had been administer
534 Washington ave.. Macon, Ga.., i ng to my nerve weary patients sonmt
r president, and T. H. ;Hazelrigg, 126 wistaria seed that my wife had gath'
. East Market st., Idianapolis, ld,, is ndve put rten a lain eny veoffice and ie
engineer. Among others interested change.t ,"
are T. *J, 'Shingler. vioe president, at
Donalsonville, Ga,, H1. J. Bruton, see- No Lie After Alf.
retary and treasurer and S. D. Cherry, They were telling fish stories, and
both at Donalsonville; R. A. Lyle, A. at last the tall, lank man on the crack
H. Russell and W, H. Milton, at Ma er barrel said:
ai... r -VI "I went down to the river this morn,
a.~. Wla

-Mr. James Stone and wife and
Mlessrs. Lawrence Williams. Jamos
Bro*f and C. Bowen of Panama Citv
are attending the night sessions of the
Gulf City Business College. Messrs-
Carl Oainer of Southport and K. L.
Whittle of Panama have also enrolled
as regular day stadents. All appear
to be very much fateresied in the
work. It is a miniature ifiness world.
The college has twenty students now
enrolled. The young man who has a
b business education can usually coinm-
mand two or three times as much sala-
ry as one without it, This college is
doing an important and valuable ser
vice for the young m,-n and women of

Loans and discounts.............. ............................ 38,882 21
Overdraws .............. .................. 35018
'Banking house, furniture andcfixtures.,........................... 7,536 71
Checks and Exchange for Charing.................................. 659 95
Cashus hand...................................................... 2,993 0o
Due from Incorporated Bnks.......... ............ 28,200 31
Total.... ............ ................ ... 73.622 43
Capital Stock.........o0..1................................. *15,00000
Surplus and undivided profit.................................... 3,003 82
ludyldual deposits subject to check.................... ....... 48,852 18
Time certificatesof deposit............0 .................... 6,079 18
COrtified checks...................................................... 47 01
Cashier's checks outstanding....... ................................ 13.13
fte to Incorporated Banks......... ............................. 627 11
Total.. ............. ....................$7362243
IF Bullock, Cashler of the Bank of St. Andrews, do solemnly swear that
the above statement of the condition of said Batk at the close of business on De-
eember the ab 1909 is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. a
V. BULLOCK, Cashier,


CAPITAL STOCK, I 4 $15,000a

Js. II RUiM OND, President. I F. BULLOCK, ,.ashir.

Judge L. J. REEVES,

Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.

ing, and, although the water was high
alm ot to a flood, I took a ten foot
"Stop there!" exclaimed the fat man
with the corncob' plpte. "Tell us you
took an eight pound trout, and I'll
sit idly by, but a ten foot pike-nev-
er! Ananias died for less than that."
"I took a ten foot pike pole," con-
tinued the unruffled tall, lank man on
the cracker barrel. "and in less than
five minutes I hooked out a flfteen foot
"See here! See here!" yelled the
man who owned the- groeery. "You'll
hive to go way from here to finish
that fle. I hai t got no lightnin' rod
off this store ylt."
"I hooked out a fifteenU foot bass-
wood log." persisted the tafl, lank man.
"amid I want to ask bow much you
think I kin git for ,M.7

Scientific 8paiking
consists in punishment only when a
child is actually bad. Some methirs
think that all crying is badnesu, 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-ohanees are
it Is suffering from worms which keep
it hungry and cross all the time. Pleas.
ant to take-sure in its action. Price
25c, Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co,
Not Aptly Worded.
An absurdly worded statement of a
fact which was not in itself remarka-
ble recently tried the gravity of the
listeners. It was on the occasion of
the funeral of an elderly woman in a
New' England town. She bad left an
old mother, nearly ninety years of age.
and an only son who was well on to-
ward fifty.
The services were conducted by a
timid young clergyman recently settled
over the parish. After praying for
many and various things he said:
"And two we especially pray that
the Lord will comfort and sustain in
their loss and sorrow. One Is the or-
phan. who, although no longer young,
is an orphan still and must so con-
tinue. The other Is the mother, far
advanced in years, who has survived
her daughter, although considerably
her senior."-Youth's Companion.

Physicians In Japan..,
Medical students In Japan must have,
hadleleven or twelve years of prelimin-
nary training In the lower schools. No
one may practice medicine who bhas
been convicted of a crime. -AI physi-
cilans for the first ten years during
which they follow their calling must
keep full written records of all their
cases, and they must not Issue boast-
ful advertisements or claim the exclu-
sive right to any healing invention
with a saer.et fnemnla.

To Know Her Ie To Love Her! HEALTH, STRENGTH and
BEAUTY I A Renewal of Life, a Freedom From Pain, Care and
Wrinkles, are Perquisites to Her Devotees. She makes ARTISTS
Yachting. Rest for the Weary! Enjoyment for ALLt Summer and

About Sevent) of the Best Building Lots 0o
the Bay.
Besides several of the
Also some well located ACREAGE TRACTS.
Piate Your Property .tor KJent or for aile With Me,
4" Monimey to loan on good collateral security,
RegprJing Board, Cottages and Everything, Write
1HI N. WELEES, Select Club Mas

The Wall Street Game.
The butrihog iueltodiion Wal street
is always whether ftotc Will 'o upy or
down. If any man weft able to an-
swer It correctly be could make him.
nelf a millionaire In a day, but specn-
Intion Is neither a fortune telling nor a
:-qmbTn gan s, and the man who be-
llev otberwbse In bound to los his
moneIy q( to join the ranks of the dis-
ronNolnte. digiuated and depleted who
make lt'lpteFrryF agtant the evils of
Wall streEt. naty Lesle's Weekly.
It he wifwier tha Will'street is gifted
with the gime bnein-a cbharaeteriellcs
that britg muwaess In any line of enter-
priae. tie fltilies them In buying and
sftling sti;wks. Jpt as be would If be
we've ennged to merchandislng. He
knows. for Instance, that prosperous
c'onldtions are reflected by what are
called the hunk exchanges, by railway
eartrlni, othe record of failures, the
rondftton of the iron market, the bbl-
ance of trade and especially the out-
look for the crpm.
Miss Hometeigh-Perhaps you won't
believe it, but a strange man tried to
kiss me once. Miss Cutting-Reallyl
Well, he'd have been a strange man If
he'd tried to kisa you twice.-Illustrat-
ed Bits.
yoleyK 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
strAngthens the kidneys so they elimin-
ate the impurities ofthe blood Back-
ache, rhematism, kidney and bladder
4roublee are all cured by this great
mnedicipe Sold'by all druggists.

We,,will be at he following plae-
ea on the days iand dates below for
the purp"oe of collecting the state
and county taxes for the year 1909,
and assessing the taxes for the

year 1910.
St. Andrew., Thursday and Friday,
Jan. 20 and 21.
,Panama City, Friday night, Jan. 21
nnd Salhrday until noon,.'Jan. 22.
Greenhead, from 11o a. m. to 3 p. m.
Monday, Jan. 24.
Wausau, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Jan. 25 and 26.
Davis Mill, Thursday and Friday,
Jan.. 27 and 28.1
Ahpa, Saturday, Jan. 29.
Duncan, Menday, Jan. 31.
Caryville. Tuesday and -Wedneaday,
Feb, Iand 2,
Chinley, Thursday and Friday, Feb.
3 and 4.
South Bonifay, Saturday from 10
a. m. to 2 p. m. Feb. 5.
Vereon, 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. t
2p. m,Jan. 11.
Please note the above dates and
meet us. W. B. GAINEa,
Tax Collector.
J. J, Wul.liSs,
Tax Assessor.

Making Life Saier.
Everywhere life Is being made moro
safe through the work of Dr. King's
New Life Pills ix constipation. billots-
ness. dyspestia, ladigestion, liver trou-
bles, kidney diseases and bowel disor-
ders. They are easy, but sure and per-
fectly build up the health. 25c, at A.
H.Brake's and Gainer MercantileCo.'s.
Corn, Oats and Wheat as "8eede."
School children' In the crowded part
etf Ne~.York dontao speak of corn and
oats and wheat by those names, but al-
ways refer to them as "*weds." The
other day in one of tl ,is wg iehonlis the
teacher was talkfig to tier pupils about
garnuingl She ended with a request
for eath uupil 'to bring a few seeds the
next day to be planted tn the window.
boxens. The folowfhig morning the chit-
dreu appeared mostly with ither oats,
wheat or corn. While putting a few
groins of each in the earth the teacher
referred to them by their familiar
names. One of the girls In the class
took courage to "set the teacher right"
and adl: "Some one must 'a' told you
wrong, teacher. That." pointing to the

wheat, "Is breed eed. an' that yellow
stuff ain't corn; It's pigeon seed. We
alwnyi call them that In the block
where we live."-New Tork Sun.
Ps POP Por the Husband.
returning home front Atlantic City.
a F'rankford man drew a photograph
carefully from his pocket and showed
it to his wife. Said hbe, "There's a
man -who' in love with you."
It was not a good picture, one of
those cheap plngpolg photographs.
The husband had not been In a condi-
tion to be well "taken." and there was'
little Iiktnet Hlls wite looked at the-
picture for several mhinttes, very much
puzlrcd. Finally sh *ijoke p:
"Why.. it's .Jim: Where did you see
himw' Aud where did yino m ,t thia
And whbt did be tell your-Philadel-
phia Ti'nies.

but never follows the usee of Foley's
Honey and Tar, which stops the cough,
heals the lungs, a'da expels the cold
from your system. Sold by all druggists.

eme Oelia| pvets PuMai

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf
STEA S H P C 9 P A Y ,


W. 0, 4BARROW. Ma.a.

Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. td,
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m,
Monday, 6:00 p, ,t.
Thursday, 3:00 p. r.
Friday, 11:30-a. m.
Friday, 10.0) a. ro,
Friday, l' aB, m,-

St. Andritj*
Pan amalCify, '


St. Andre*.
Panama fily,

A 1OI M/'V9
WVedibesdaty1 8*~00a
Wednesalatyf lo~aO A

A' onday,6t.a t
Friday, 2:W0
Fridaij I 2Mo
F'ridav, 11:30 ,'O;.

Petisacola to St. Andrew andtMillvlle. $5.00.
Pensacola to Aptlachicola aod Cartabelle, *7.50,
St. Andrei anod illville to Apalaehfcola, *eP..
Pensaofla to Mobile, 2,0.
he. aboy vegts fncitde titea~s and beths r U. tt. .J1
V. WWALEM. Geo'l Freight and Pass Ait.


C. L~ JOYNEt~, ~'



&sner a l Mep rcbd i e



AL Full Line of Furftiturel'

Baked Cheoss Omelet-s.
Baked cheese omelets are most appe-.
thding and may be pret red ti n' rWitl
ways. A good recipe calli for a pint
of Ilik, fotr lprge eggs. one bertfifli
fablespoonftAt of flout, one of btltter
and a teaspoofUl' of stif. Let the
milk heat on the store untrif t reached
the boiling point. Beat the butter and
flour to a cream and gradually nitm it
with the hot milk, taking care thet fio
lumps form. Cook the mittire for give
minutes. Let it cool and add the egg
after beating the yolks and the whites
*eparately. The whites should be bent-
en to as stiff a froth as possible. Pour
the omelet Into a buttered dish. sprin-
kle the top with grated cheese and fold
some of the cheese through the omtjet.
The more cheese used the *better. Let
the omelet bake for half in hour or
until it is solid, so that H will not
"run" when dipped out w*th a spoon
It should bake in a hot oven.-Ne*
Tork Tribune.
A Great Success.
First Young Wife-Do you find It
more economical, dear, to do your own
cooking? Second Young Wife-Oh,
certainly! My husband doesn't eat half
so much as he did.-London Punch.

To shock people is often better than
to please them. The majority of man-
kind need the shocking.-Emerson.

Tloumm live Kidbj
TrI le ad INn Spet &L
now to 11 0 o"t.
Pill a bottle or common glass withTyour
water and let it stand twenty-four hours;
a brick dust sedi.
_,W '*r ment,orsettling,
~nft stringy or milky
~ape arancePoften
k | indicates an nn-
healthy cQndi.4
tion of the kid-
neys; too fre.
d.. i Vquent desire to.
L ,* <.-& <... _pass it or pain in
the back are albs symptoms that tell yqo
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and need attention.
What To D,
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rleqnmatism pain in e back. kidneys,
liver, bladder and everyart of thiuerinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne-
cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the Bight. The mild and
immediate effect bf Swamp-Root is-
soon realized. It stbtda the highest be-
cause of its remarkabi sL
health restoring prop.
erties. If you need a "
medicine you should
have the best. Sold by
druggists in fifty-cent
and one-dollar sizes. I.. .
You may have sam bottle sent free
bymail. Address Dr. Ilmer & Co., Bing-
hbaton, N.. Y. Men this paper and
remember the name, Dt, Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, and the addrea, Binghamto.,
N. V., on every bottle.
A Lake of Ink.
In Mexioo there exists a most re-
markable natural phenomenofl.
Amid a volcano studded district lies
the "lake of Ink." covering about an
acre of ground.
The body of water or ink, or what-
ever it is, is so covered with the ashes
from the adjacent volcanoes as to ap-
pear a part of the surrounding ground.
which is all of the same dull gray tint.
The ashes are only a thin veil for a
thick, liquorice-like fluid of the con-
sistency of thin molasses, only black
as shoeblacking.
At first the party: of pioneers who
discovered the lake Inclined to the
theory that It W.' btt a mire hole. but
the condition of the ,tothes of o ke of
qheir party, who fall Into It quickly
distproved this. for the dirt left an in-
,, th,',. tfin. 't en", (' tl'd ink forth-
*,l 'a. ,tnd ;toi 't bhi'n t'd re,,,nilv with
.l,]rhol,'~e of I'i" t'mrqr t tImen of, the
;ry V ,tL i> Ii" c, ',n of ,,p'n plt'ing
lI;,"'i' ,'t'i t a ~4odl. ,hn' quality of
"-..' ts !oi !I4 ve r,*. from, what
"bh"ii :! prop,,-rie r miry he and
.w s,, "'" .,, ,' ,'n'T l, nre'mat-
-r, of..,oIvj.M*f tire.

Acvan*>ge of Eduention.
*' re vt n,-ra I,',l f' with thi- results of
*,, ,.,e r-, '* "i votur -dnughter fol-
'we*) 1 -tirfu marry one of fthe professors."

Pneumonia Follows a Cold





Mercantile Co..



X1r O A OCiM

The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe late L. M. Wale,
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New Aanagement
Solicits the Patronage of Old Patrone
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones ab
well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
_:___ to all.
We Pay the Freight on all Goods *.cept, Flour. Ma8l and
Feed to any .';At vffitce oni tl e Bny.

When Rabbers Becemse necessary I
And your shoesp pipch, Allen's- Fool-
] ase a powidei to be shalkra nt the
shoen, is just the thinia to use. Try it
for breaking in new shoca Solo every -
where, 25c. Don't accept' any subiti
* "" ---o -
ihe iv a, ,i-;ot.
The mistletoe Is. ,a Druidical contri-
bution to C'hristmas. It was held in
great veneration by the i)rlids in an-
cient England. and the cutting of it
was attended by sacrificing and feast-
ing. With weird Incantations the priest
climbed the tree on which the mistle-
toe grew and cut it away with a knife
,-of purest gold, no base metaTlelng al-
lowed to touch it. As the twigs fell
they were received below In a mantle
of spotless whiteness.

Cream Vermifuge

I m

ESWAMs er* urvaVia. ,.g
Bailard-Saiow Liniment Co.

Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co.

After The Grippe :
1 ml much pleased, to be able to wrfte and thank
o for whlt Cardul tu done for me," i written M- Saral L
It0t4d, at Sier City N. C.
"Last February, 1 had the Grippe, which left me fn
bed shepq. Before that, I had been bothered wtth female
trouble r tea years, and nothing seemed to etre it.
SAt lt I ba to take Cardui. I I.3ve taken only
three bole, but t has done me more good than all the
doctors or than any other medicine I ever took"

Take'CA RDTI.1

The WOMA T Tonic
f ate after-effects of any serious llmss, Ifke t e
Grip Cardul Is the best tonic you can use.
sIt build treng.t, t*adles the nerves hnpra o the
appetite, regulates frregulritles and helps bng back the
natral 4lOw of health.

Thlnk of hVe thousands of ladies whom Cardutd has
helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you?
Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardul
ingredients in any other inedie c fr they are not for safe
in any drug store except in the CaNdii bottle. Try CarduL
WOr Ltdies* AMwsry Det., Cttesoopg Medae Ca. C0enesMs Tem,
1. 9keA1 M Us t -p pfe-s "N-sok fefg eWeML. -- -

Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Floor and Feed if A A
Postoffliee on the Bav. *


. 1-1 1 I 1





_lY t~\ __ i~l 2 i --

r L- -~- -w*
Thursday, Jan. 20. 1910.

Sugar per 1b T. perth
Grnmlated ...6 1-4 He No ..;.. SS
foftec", Qunpd*dti ;.. 40
Green ...... 1ratsa Ubl'd Jap ..46-66
Arbuckle.. Ib S Cond milk iteti an
0lngser.naps ..... t* UnSweetn'. '. : 1i
acKIF,. soda..., te Sweetetned, 1 i6
Tobceo. plug a.3 to Se Baking Powder
StltSinS; Royal .. .:R. oS
London larlet.. l i Campbell a i i
dValetfcia 0 Canned fruit
S.... 4 f1 S Peaches.;a teaa o
A applee Tomte t I .. o-t 5
Evapotated ... o Aiples .... is
Dried Peaetces P t Pears i..
CaOl Oil tpr l1 1 Plums ...;; i
tlitne .... .. ; Apricot .; i to-xo
Pleoid Sy*it ., i s Strawberfti i oto s
Uone .. i a t t Pineapple .. to-o
nesat .2: ; 4 S Canned meats
hoe" ote b;-. 4* Roast Bedf ..... 1s
itt ..... iS-4 Corned Beef ... is
pleomargerine ... i8 Chipped Beef ;. is
Lard........ it to Lobster.... io& is
o Salmon. .. .. oatis
B oga n ........ 9 o. ...to
ocoanut pkt .. lb Canned vegetables
Jelly. lase .... tf BLaked Beans ..Stoz.
tme J .it..:.. 4 S S ot .... .. Oates
i pr dos ...... .....
liotr Pork
tarofS'th. 3. D.S. p tt ...... :
k aelsk ..... 3.4 Bacon Side .... 12
CMkieal pr bu ..".eA Fresh ..i.. lar*
p r. B r'k f' st B I C'. o
opr t u ...... .o HamcnvSd .. t6
otaoa Shoulders lt.....
r s. h .. .. ... o n e ernae d
n t.40 Beef
g ekrly B'se seed., .S. Corn!ed..,a.... S
Sweet... S to'.oo Fresh ,. .. toto
aI n ck . 0e Dried:., .... s
si T l .....:. Milkprqt., ..... .o
Mdb wo b .. 4 A.x with handle ...z.oo
S.lv wre do .eTto Hoes. each ..., 3sa50
Ifa rope .. is tffl Copper paint, Can... 60
Is. ~oe k Sass... s. Linseed oil, gl.. sja6o
ipde pr joint .,. 15,
roLt pr yd 7L.." Ckeeks ..... 6to
ke~nLs .. Sa,9 Flannel ........ a4
Tum.fn "' .... a: g Thread per pool.. .s
.. ...... tSMS Shoes,. adies.....
S.... S2 7S, $400
. Men's .t.40 a4.eo'
HIa pr cwrt ...... z.. Oatsprbu ....... 75
..t .t..... 1s.7 BrickprM ... 3. o
Hfe Sisal ....... ras Lime pr bbi .... S. i
pI UIT and NUTS.
DrMp er dol... )a Pecans pr b ...... sS
Apie....... ,. ,O Walnuts ........
Leioni ......... 30 Almonds ........ is
Inashellpr ,.oo... 2.oo Opened pr qt ..... ao
Htes ..S... soatso Cows...... $StoS$
10l:l ...... 50oas75 Hogs, *....... 13to16
ae pr yoke ... .$6s Sheep ......... ..$
CTJens each .4 4as Getse each 4... 45a
a rkeys ..... goal. so Dtoks ........ 2aSaS
resh Salt'
M.ullet pr do ... Mullet pr. bbl 6.So
routr ls5 Trout ........6. eo
Pomp.m 4b..o t Pompano ... to.oo
turgemr:.;... s ( Mackerel .... 8.oo
Ploari r. Ceiling
lteart prm... Ua4.e Heart, perm .. 44.0
face ..... . Face .. .
P ...... T S p .. 10.oo
Drop Siding, Clapboards
H rtjate'pr m $Sit .o x6in pr mi.... $zs.oo
ap "... 10o.oo" Finishing lum- -
ff lumber ...8 at -a ber, d .... $isaa$s
eart shingles.. 2.0o Lath. prm ...... s.od
EMp ... 1.5o Boat lumber,'
dressed .... 2ao

Hlow's 'I'blt 7
W offer One litindred Dellars Reward
or aily case of Catarrh that cann le
dured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
i J. OE NEY& O., Prrop'., Toledo,O.
*Wethe inltder.igned, hbie known F. J
Chaney frr the last '5 years. and believe
uihir perfcilly lhonofpble, in all business
irastnacliions anit BnAncially able to carry
Oat ofie ollhliations made hy their firm.
Irst &Trau,. Wholeatle D iuggias,
LT'ledo, 0
Wsldllg4,Klianan & Ma Uina,
W wholesale Druggit ls, Toledo, 0.
tall's tatarrh Cure is taketl internally.
cling directly apon the blood ai.d mce
Sottis drftatoiftbt' system. Price, 75c
per hbdtlei SRoltiv all druggistt.
Sold by Druttggists; Price V.iI p(o bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pillsi for eoartipa

S.Alwy|r Picking. ;
amunsiUtig a,,rpy: told of the an-
ewer girvi ty a l,,ed'm walf 3o a ital-
* ,Vatn Army eeltali. The ralous irf
r hba ark .(tlh* boy wbat work h
Sdid to irnsvide hin with foo. tc, amu
lbti reply wara. 1 pi rk strawberrks In
tLe m uc.r,. I plick bop In the au-
tu mn., I pickt pockets it the wintr, and
eakum for the rest of the ,er.."
, -. 'L tumimL.
'"Why. Jl~,-,. you people bf don't
know aalytbln about frlt. Out ts
'Orona we raise appleas ambig as your
-.' "Do you rai' peahbcs ac big a i
em, a Ou e Phir
"by-.-tir-Chrcrio Trlbum.

Pretty Ancient.
"Hlllnger hns some very- awne tit airs
in his n-ew comic opera." t
"Anclent! tay. I'1 tlt be has gone
back for Pome of thCem to thp timp t
wheu thie II wiring Csett satnt togeth- t
er'-Clevekrtl* d 'lnlu Dealer.

The Barbor'. Story.
The barler drey, the keen ratmo
over his etionl'stnIer ft*ft5ilm b ean:
"A fnrln? of filul-: t.Id me the bIPs
Sfish t"rv I vcr"r it-larl:.n my llff whll.
*. Vn-< retttihl- lh.:t1 l'd the other el;t.
SVi41nt to hear it' All right. You w.
it concerns a physielan who bad a
friend who was daffy over filh. and ho
used to try all kinds of queer experi-
meuts with them. One time the friend
told the physician that if you took a
fish and kept it out of water every
day, Increasing the time each day.
you'd soon have the fish so that It
wouldn't have to the n the w ntfr at all
Well, the idea soutuded reasonable to
thfi p!'.fsi'iO .i s2 h went t.il bouhb;
a large shad. He put ii In an at nju
rium. :ltd very day he took it out o!
, the water and put It on the floor. Tht
Sfirt di:a. bet only allowed it to stay on'
1, for thirty seconds. but every day bI,
6 Increased the line until fiually tl'
I shad didn't need any water at all t,
at ie In.
"Well. one rainy night the plhysl-ia'
wai siBttirt In -hbi study te:tlhing tbh
shadhi to aImoktt a cigar when the telh-
i Pbotl b 1i dtltg. and after answerin:
tt the ph~ysfiat Iftepared to go out or
i hurry call. 1i t:tdrred his carriage
aI1d wtheni it aiiCflW tcll it the door lh
w*nt outi tb lC d tlltfW(lgwing him. I,
WaS iraluiht hard, and #t p'etfePt tor
fetft ft Wattr* W*4 nfloMt*it town th-
glittet'. T111i' sihi adcenillfed to get I't
tl cealrrage, bttt slipped asil fell int.
the gutter and was t:roiW nt. Oh. ri'n
ofty I e1 t yoa, irff. Hit you cotidn'u
help smiliftig ihe could ytoTr'-i'hlh
delphia Press.
Peirti A 0M Oentiemdtl (li broker's odtr")-
ko*. what do ytt think I night buy?
itaoker-Tou outgt t tidb1 ae soe Cha.r
t11rd. Old pentletnuitau-Wby. i was
ottlyy thlikiftSf etnhlg tip In the t lin
that I ought to sell iotif Chtiatertid.
Itonker (ttho *ants 1 tOttlilasiotjl-
Well. that's not a bad idea, lfthlet.-
London FVltnajril Tim'es.
Tt is a dangerous thing to take a
cough medicine containing opiates that
merely stills your cough instead Of ur-
iteg it Foley's Honey and Tar lOOsens
'*-ad cures the couah and expels the
poleonous germs, thus preVetitft ptEeu.
monia and consumption. Refuse substi-
tutes and take only the gentine Voley's
Honey and Tar in the yellow package.
Sold by all Draggists.
Helping Hubby Out.
"Your wife seems to be wonderfuity
Intereted In your business. Must be
a sour*c of great satisfaction to you."
"Ytes. Indeed. DA, you know 1 used
to think she cured nothing about It"
"Why the change?"
"I don't haow. That's the funny
phrt of it. I can't iuearleu what has
chauged her. A few" nights ago I
went home. tirftd mot to death, and
aur4ig the eveulng I cmnaully remark-
ed: 'lole. uiy luiuxnes Ii getting moat
two tniu-h ftr we, to b:nudle. I am
thiilnkig of uemilorlig a nice. steady
Ntenan:rapbher ahd typewriter. Don't.
yous tilhik It would lw a good Idear'
From that ntMnlent the good little wo-
man Ihai t en extremely anxious to
anidMt niw and Wtauke my lk later In
every way. 1 Iupiowe It's her nntural-
ly sytmp tthetle nature. It must be."-
Bostou I cr- !dl.

A Brilliant Judge.
Steady Baker was at one time mayor
of Folkrtone. Englapd. Ounce a boy
was brought before him afor stealing
gotounbrtrhl,. t:d Stendry;a. nwhre of the
Imuoxrltat-e of the cram. turned over
the paxys ,f the alphtittr'etetaly arrang-
ed "Burn's Justke'" for a precedent.
FNlling to fltla one. he turned to the
cilrtt. "My htd." aHid he. "It's lucky
for you tbut you werw not brought here
for tePlinU at g ro ing p l.lrrrki There 'i a statuteP
Iagnst st rlling giew. Iut 1 can't find
anything alout goonetwrries in all
'Brn.' so let the prisoner b ad. for I iruIpose it is no offense."

The Biind Leading the Blind.
Neither Malwl tn'r \Vlllle has quite
nm strcd the lntricu.l'es of Entglish
pronunilcition. but neacb delights In
rorre~titg thle other's mistakes. Last
Sunday, While the family was at din-
ner. Mtall sald:
"Plertist fBass the drarv.'"
Wllllle saW hi chance and quickly
exclaimined l
"Well. Mabtil: If I tooldn't say
drarvy I'd ay drease." Ioman's
Ioune Comptanlou.

It is rumored that Miss Francis E. M. Rockstead.
Kearns of this place, who has beeti Mr. and Mrs. James Stone and
attending school, in Ala., this win- Lonnie Bowen, have become stn-
ter, was married last week, her dents of. Prof. G. Y;. Anderson's
many friends wish-her much joy. night session, .in th1. Gulf City
Rev. Payne Thompson filled his Business College, in St. Andrews.
regular appointment here, Sunday. 1Mr. Miltoin Howlett- ltivisiting
C. W. Forbes was in town Satur- with hisisters, -ar~y Wells
day evening. : and Mrs. Dr:)Wilson it'West End.
Mrs. E. Ayart was calling .on Mr. Chasa Dispennett and.mother
friends i1 town, last Thursday. iridted Mr;.nd Mrs. John-Brainard.
"Bob" Studebaker has his new Wednesday. '
runabout the "Comet", ready to Capt. Thomas Masker, Mr. Walk-
launch:: er and Mrf. Perley Wilson went up
Mr. J. B. Atkinson of Millville, West Bay, in. the Sharpahooter, for
afs on our side of the Bay, last ducks; they found them plenty; but
Saturday. another'launch ahead of them, kept
Our school opened on the 13th, the dycks on the move. ,
with Miss Yon of B!oulitstown; in Mrs. P. F. Parker returned to her
charge home at Parker. last Thursday
Miss Yon our neW teacher wis Mr. Parker is thinking qf moving
calling, on her pupils, last Wednes- his family to St. Andrews.
day afternoon. Mr, Dell Johnson was down from
Mr. E. C. Spicer is preparing to SoutlipoRt, Suflday to .visit his
leave for Mobile. family.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Parker have Mr. and Mrs. Hi1 berger and Mr
moved to Cromanton, atid are o6 Walton who were here some win-
eupying the White cottage. ters ago, from IOhio, ar6 it Pana-
Mt. Wilson Tasker was transact- mi City, but are comidg t1 Pive ifi
ing business, in Panama City, last St. Andrews.
Monday. A patty cohistifig of Dr. arid
A Wild Blizard Ragiig Mrs. Cirowetll daughter and grand.
brings danger, suffering-often death children Mt. ockstead and sister
-to thousands whatake colds; coughs Mrs. Doolittle, Capt. and Mrs. A.
and lnerippe-that terror ot Winter Alexander, Dr. and Mrs. Wilson,
and Spring. Its ddflgef signals are Mrs. Mary Wells, Miss towers and
stuffedd up" nostrils, lower part of nose Mr. Wilcox went to Lai's fn d
sore, chills and fever; paiN in back of a few days ago. n '
head. and, a throat-giipping cUugh,
When grip attacks, as you value your Mrs. Sanders Of Columbia Ala.
life, don't delay getticg Dr. King's is iin St' Andrews. -
New Discovery. '"One bottle cfted Utncle Charlie Porter and Leland
me." writes A. L. Dunn, of Pine Valley, ,Viekery went to Atlanta, Georgia,
Mis-,, "after being laid uo' three ndy: t..
weeks with grip.'" Ftor sore~fugm Mnda lght .-
hemorrhages, coughs, colds, whooping Mr. aSd Mrs: F.. :.' fraulk and
cough, bronchitis, asthma, its supreme, youny daughter arrived on the Tar-
59c. and $1.00. guaranteed by A. H. pon, yesterday from Marquette,
Brake and Gainer Mercantile Co. Mich., to spend the winter' :
Trumpeting Ancient German Choral. Mr. J. N. Forbes of Cromanton,
The most notable ornament of Roth- was a welcome caller at tho Buoy
enburg is the rathhaus, which no art- ffie Tuesday
1st who visits the town falls to sketch. ofce Tuesay.
It is of a most imposing beauty, con- Mr. aid Mrs. Green 'obm near
listing of an older gothic bulldlnp Mariantia arrived a few,- days ago
dating back to the middle of the thir- and -are occupying the, Pie're
teenth. century, with an elaborate re and are dying t
nalssance facade. It was from Its cottage on the Biff.
darkling dungeons that many of the Mrs. H. W' Johnson of Panama
Instruments of tortum In the museum Cit in town yesterday.
at Nuremberg came, for Rothenburg Ci wa in town yesterday










was not tender In Its treatment of
prisoners. The earlier building has a
high square tower crowned with a bell
cupola, where thrice a week the choir
of St. Jakob's, a reverend church lying
within Its shadow, painfully cllmbs.
armed with trumpets and other mu-
ilcel Instruments. The sweet Lutheran
chorale Is repeated four times as the
musicians respectively face the four
points of the compass, and the cere-
mony, so In keeping with the qunint.
ld time life of the town, Is one of
the visitor's unforgettable memories
f Rothenburg.-Rothenburg (Bavaria)
Letter to Vogue.

Very Woman Will Be Intemted.
There has recently been discovered
,n aromatic pleasant herb cnre for wo-
3th's ills, called Mother Gray's AUS-
'IALTAN-LEAF. It is the only cer-
sin regulator. Cures female weak-
ieses and backache, kidney, bladder
ad urinary troubles. At all Drug-
itts or by mail 60 cts. Sample FREE.
T44ress, The Mother Gray C6., LeRoy

On 'Hiring a ook.'
The woman 'I need of dA cook was so
well groomed and looked so generally
prosperous hiat the manager of the
employment agency thought he had at
ast found 9 place for the high f crkd
Frencb coot for whom he had b*eff
trying to find a situation. But the
new custotner would not even tk1teif
to the praises of the FtfVlclt cook.
S*"Don't, mention Freweb eooks fIt
me.". she taid. "nor grudtrates of cook-
Ing bhools. I',e tiled both. I like
their cooking, and I donlf object to the
wages they ask. but they take tP t6oo
much room. My kitchen isn't large
enough to hold all the cooking uten-
ills they require, and my income Isn't
large eAbugh to buy them. Those
stylish 'ooks, need four times as many
pots and pause and molds and things
as ordMtaty cooks use. If I hie &
fancy cook I shall have to nmbte Into
a fancy apartment to get a kitchen big
enough to accommodate her."
"That is a common cominialfi
against these experts, foreign' afSd.
American," sighed the managelt. "I
am beginning to think there must be
something In ."--New York S n.
$he Was Willing.
Man-Well. It's just this way: If I
buy tou a new coat I'll have to' wear
my old one another season. Wife--
You Bweet, generous thing, you'!
None but the fit bred ridiclt 'thb.epe
Celtirltles of others.

vf I'h na ke- nT.'" h,,' *.t to a re- Ii
Url+Ie lif wiv(li g) htl oc.'nr,'d. "Anid WP i
-vs (,corlfrig sivetnwetc years. Alleen d
,:' Iai l nrrldrt or Terry .lea;b wotild be ge
I ir I he prizp naway froni me."
"\Vll. human. you've no regrets. I
;'e<'" st ld the friend. who had, just
.'nijovyd a i eelcionR supper at the hands
I:c ('elln. "'he's an fine womatin."
"Didn't I tell you thatl" aild:iDepi
a[i yimtjiettlyv. *i' J u'only tlho pgit 'Iver
ha is l W.W xnnre iaastie wfitn Ki conre.
aver me that I mlght 'et wnitpd an- -
otlier year an' still have got her. fot
Terry was not near so high in her es-
thbiInaton, after all, as thlm women
made out t' me.
"A man in love is always hurrying.
1-1rryi-g, yemin 'V-4o5 op

nhurrying, ye mina. -- outhns uompan-

A Wretched Mistake
to endure the itching, painful distress
of piles. There's no need to. Listen: "I
suffered much from piles," writes Will
A. Marsh of Silyer City, N. c., "till I
got a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
was soon cured." Burns, boils, ulcers,
fever sores, eczema, chapped hands,
chilblains vanish before it. 25c at A.
H. Brake's and Gainer Mercantile Co.s.

A Change of Tune.
*Mamma. I'm tired of going te
"What's the matter, Willie?"
"The teacher"-
"Now, don't you say a word against
yoit teacher, Willie. I've no doubt
yoni annoy her dreadfully, and she
seems ifke a very nice sort of person."
"Well, she said this morning' that she
dldn' fi fifnc had much of a bringing'
up at bome', an' "-
f tit Did slid etf that Well, of
all the coarse fmpudence! Yoti shao't
go bark there another day!"
Exlt. Willie, nuuis -

Notice is hereby given that a meet-
ing of the stockholders of the Bank of
St, A-ndrews, St. Andrews. FPlrida,
will be held at its office ut said Bank in
the town of St. Andr es,, Floalda. on
the fourth Tutosday in January, being
January 25th, A.D., 1910, at 3 o'clock
p. m., as provided in the charter of
said Bank, ro elect Diirectors and to
consider or act uptd any other matter
that may be brorfgtbt before the meet-
ing. PF BULLOCK, Cashier,
Bank of St. Andrews.
Jan, 10, 1910.

and baMtiel the hadt.
Promote a ltriant growth.
weve"r lls to Restore Gf
air to its Youthful Color.
Cure scp disease hair Wttas
i and1.0-0 at Drugists

I* I' Ii II


The, Leading Drug Store
Knowing drug values, is of course, the most important
feature of our busine t it has not taken all of our time to knows
drug values. We know the value on TOILET sPEUiALiES. We
know how to select and buy the very finest that are made.
.* .. ,COK MD II -iR
Test the Fragrance of Our


Examine Our Toilet Waters

they ate. ulsttpeased in permanency
aft delicacyy of odor. We keep a com-
plete assofttest- of the most delicate
idtneStib and ,inpotoed pefrttines and
Toilet Waters throughout our entire ,
Toilet Goods Department
Tie moArs asti4iota s taste is p-teascd.
'We haye a eonsightnenit of 'i'itlet Soaps, Toile Sp&fdgesand Sponges for tht
Bath that come neatoe '6 t eFfecton' thaLan Sn we'ever saw. Toilef Soaps free
from impurities ore n6 i tc be' found overy#l16e'e. We have them'. If you Want
anySting in this line, hcr'e is the plaee tOwge it.
TOILET POWItERS--The attention of all ladiesi wlio c re to h~eaned r'e
fta%, begaititfu complexion,- a soft and healthy white skin-y is called, to otr litn
of delicate powders and complexion beautifiers. Prbeclt the open pb'es of the
skin from dirt, Wind ndn dftt by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's
oilet ivenomplete wilt i a dugst of faintly seented powder over the neck and
face. Toothj Powd'epssPastes. Washes, Cosmetics and Rogues of every descrio-
tion. toothh Bshtlees,- Hair Brushes, Combb, Manicure -ebs, aaid ill the rit.le
toiletrequisiteB s6'eetentiql to comfort. hoalth d but3~ are to' bl folyad heO'e
in endless variety..-: 1B IabTe hd
Spartm't our. stock is coiA'plete. Ouh gooas
Our good* are the Iest makes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all PATAINT ZbDCONZltES in demanp
A. J1 H JANaENIU, St. Andrews. FI4.

-Ith capacity and mpoer.-Holland.

Don't trifle with kidney and bladder
trouble. Take DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pi Is directed and you wil
at once note satisfactory results. De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
antiseptic, healing and soothing. Be
sure and get DeWitt's LIdney and
Bladder Pills when you ask for them,
Refuse substitutes and n:; t.. oek
for the name on the package, Sold by
all druggists.

CROMANTON. PERSONAL Mr. Kirby Whittle of Panama
ip'cia'l Repor tt thet Buoy. Misse" Katie and Clara Irawick, City entered the Business College,'
Rev. W. M. Croman and wife of Hasie -Lewis, Matti' Forester and in St. Andre a, last Monday.
Birmingham, Ala.,arrived on the Bessie Tinkam were visiting friends Ur. J. W. Browd of the Ware
Tarpon, last week, to spend the n Panan a City Saturday alTernoofn Mercantile Co., took at Wo or three
winter, in their old hoe. and evening, days vacation, with his family at
Mr. A. P. Thompson began work Mr. McE. Rogerson, of Covmgton Milvillvle recently.
on his new machine shop, on Wat- McRogersonr & Co., was a business Mas. E. S. Day left, Sunday, to
son Efayou, on the 17th inst. caller ii St. Andrews' on Tuesday; join her husband t Sorrento, La.
Miss Mamie Brown of Farmdale, and did not fail to call at the Buoy Mr. Arthur Smith, aftet a pleas-
is spending a few days, with Miss office, to shake hands with his ant visit of three weeks, returned,
Minnie Hoskins. Brother Mason, W. A. Emmons. to Birmingham, Monday. Mrs. S.
Mr. T. F. Brantley and family Mr. Lester Murfee of Murfee, Fla. and little son will remain for some
departhd on the ITarpon. Wednes- was a business caller at the Buoy time, yet. with her sister, Mrs. F.
day, last,for Apalachicola. office, yesterday morning. A. Witherill of Old Town.
Mr. H, M. Felix our popular Mr. Chad. Dennis of North Bay
painter, who has been in Mobile, was in town last week, with a boat N do. 'et I'e irs i r intiel to the
for several months, is at home .for loadof fine oysters. ,I -I.0 .1 ', 't"nt q'.uities ofr cena
a few days, shaking hands with his Mr. Wilcox a lawyer of Chicago, "i cI ,,r the' l'Trty f his yet r
many old friends. haserooms and is boarding with Mrs. r sn|,ri, hI,'-iTfrss. ovis., 'tis n good


Real Estate







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MSlc letci, Facy l Toil ANrtsleC

I Handle no Ouack Nostrums,
DR, J, J, KESTER, M ,Dpnwui, r t


LA AT 4TTE BORROS, Proprietor.

Bayvie SLt Oea Door Nort of Gwaltney's Stop.
&P 0

'lk. New UD-to-Date Equipment

I make a Specialty of Breads Cakes, Rolls and Pies <-rURVEYING A SPCIALT
f all Kinds. .
A Order, Cive1 r2. OlAp tetOi i i. I I

If We Knew Your Name
:ad address we would eUd you a copy of our 1910 Florida
' Almanac. -Give us the number of acres and crops you cultivate.
We want you to have the almanac because it has in it the in-
formation that should be in all good almanacs.
T hil e IM al {t gives a lot of Fertilizer ficts and terse
information about the growingof crops that is interesting because
it is valuable when applied.
We are justified in asking you tosend us your name and
Saddres, in that we believe it would be mutually profitable for
you to have a copy of it. There s nea cL
aJm ead yw urme a addre&.
The one vital thing about atny fertilizer is:
What will it de for tht ef~p ".
W m ye b tfeilker ft m f" Ili ioe Ir
yinr lad ad fl r tl erp M y"nlerd I IPew.
In ordering tell us the character of youth land
and name the crop. Whef you buy seed, you
want to get what you buy. When you buy
Fertilizer you ought to get one that will serve
the purpose intended.
A free truck wth any wrder osr we r re m .
Send for the 1910 Florida Almanac now.

U"M I-On Jacksonville, Florida.
Or ywrttm

You May

Need It
AAI your doctor *bout tle
wisdom of your ketl6,in| Ayer's
Cherty Pectoral in the house,
ready for colds, coufhs, croup,
bronchitis. If he say It's all
right, then et a bottle of it
at once. Why notf show
little foircight l guch maiier P
Early treatment, early cure.

I I I rel ouI r ins

any a boy is called dull and stupid,
rhen the whole trouble is due to a lazy
ver. We firmly believe your own doc.
Swill tell yo that an occasional dose
f AyePr'u Pls will do such boys a tre
ealof good. They k~Ce the IVer icive..
-XINb*G J '0.A. Ar* o.., Lo~Anie. .i...

-' \;1i t;hat rvun~tl n!:I ktBsi ed yol of
*-', ip \'! Vbr' (!i!i't y<"u *ffer him
i':r aIdtirfl'" '* idl te1I father.
"Oh. I 'le r-t!. "'tr e grflin to nirk you.for
'nit "-Ylnkerp Stlris.ian.
A Case For Sympathy.
The l'rnud Mother- This boy dd
row more tlle 'Is filt'l"r ,v'-cry day.
'he NePghbor Io 'e. pore daur? Aud
ire you tried *everythin,?'-London
Responsibility walks hand tn bhaud

I~Prrr~L~*IIII~IIILICI I -- r --I -

)tew S Ctir-t i t t i t
ter he askr'd l i j.; liP'F I i'
Ieetl to get- *i'lr4'uni Oip he f,,klf,
Gla s",Je& lbi- tr.,l- t*p7'011 1 -r1.

get J~ i f~ r;l\ '~R
don't l_16 t 6i116 '. ;~ b~i -
that t f. i4 e'hl'itrrpM a
Yorlk Trri9ii.n

E ryMoi'h&'
is 0i should b wt-: t~i-c wh. tIit. ..
o0es hve a CO1' h 61 Ied'. If' may K ad
to 4 out)or p em is o-t; 11 h M I.'lla--
then t 6sometlid zo' m6 l' lr t 3r. si
lurd's Hot ehound Syu-uu will curnt t,
trouble at once tind- jre oubi it'Y i t.r -
pjlIits on. Sold by Miuuer iV.ll l

The First Por-Ta;. tg hkrO
The P ik lpl &.ki'rVii i i..l-f-iP' ii I "
'IStO. ~lt NI~rl~rl ~:r~e thlut ..i'm0'it iroa..

perkad seems to ila0.'- "*'i4Ol i'tn of
a nuisance erattler th tit).46 nit: in
benefit. I1ns1s. violr tried mte-" jia
yet?" wrote o'1 of t41e-rni t' I0- 1. 141&
tn the 1e8r4I -T thi nkl 1k 1Iel, :ir
very n briurd and r.-vih 1 # (; .I'd
fancy lakIng my ', .uit tf 1 tl t9p.#r..:A-
6ovigiv. (d suru. "iir k ie .Ii t 41M
fa~tion of klmslwl: tit+- Imck tict her-pplie.
cIoUS majerrxy the t' i..liil TIlk 1q. hi'r.
the present. milrsi v-11'rl hire iIf.
feted the qua'en."-- iulad,,ii 1.
Week ly. ,
Wind Whei'l~brrows. -
One of the umrairmst'at- :lghim In (1*
Da, the t nh d Wind .'a-.Ilatrrn'w. It Ad
drawn by a doloko.y. artdl 'heii thor
wind lafair R s P I' ;"4.ttit.whorl
tunrom In the mnletli. 'cf F it .w.4t II r t fr,'.
sustained by iro,'n I inru. I'isu thoi
frame-are huntr nv fll l].11 1 f u4.10of llr.
The doalwcy ias-it-''ridlY iiwunnied tin
the laterfandlis. thpemork saitt helr '
#t- the-stern- naassrlu1m nil fe' r~an. whIle
the Inother and .'Yminzecr one.* ridr od
the. rebile.




That Lame Back Means

Kidney Disease
SAnd o Relieve the Lame and Aching Back
You Must First Relieve the Kidneys
There Is no question about that
at all-for the lame and achlng
book Is cased by a diseased con-
dtlU6n of the kidneys and bladder.
It is only common sense, any way
-that you must cure a condition
by removing the cause of the con-
dition. "And lame and aching back l'-
are not by any means the only
symptoms of derangement of the
idneys and bladder. There are a
okftude of well-known and un-
Ilstakable hidichtlons of a more or
less dangerous condition. Some of
these are, for instance: Extreme
ad unnatural lassitude and Weart-
esso, nervous Irritability, heart Ir-
regularity, "nerves on edge," sleep-
lessness and inability to secure
test, scalding sensation and sedi-
oent in the urine, inflammation of
the bladder and passages, eta.
DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder
Ph xare an exceptionally merltori-
em remedy for any and all afec-
tions or diseased conditions of
:- tese driga. These Pills operate ,
fIfe;tlf and promptly-and their E. DeWlit & Co., Chicago, 11.,
beneicial results are at once felt. want every man and woman who
They -regulate, purify, and effec- have the least suspicion that they
tqally: heal and restore the kid- are afflicted with kidney and blad-
Meys, bladder and liver, to perfect der diseases to at once write them,
Wd, healthy condition-even in and a trial box of these Plls- will be
mm of the most advanced cases. sent free by return mail postpaidL,

She Was the Champion. The Baby Turtle.
A colored woman of generous pro- Turtleo lay their eggs the san
portikns was on the witness stand, tad let the sun hatch them out. The:
and she made such a good witness for do not lay them all in one place prot
the plaintiff that the attorney for the ably because they think It safer tl
defense planned to throw "cold water" scatter them. Then, even though one
on what she said by finding fault with be stolen or broken, the others may es
bar character.
"er c aracer. cape. The mother turtle covers then
"Lt me see-you have been' arrest- all carefully up, one after another, witl
l, haven't youf the attorney asked a thin sprinkling of sand and then ap
"N o examination. t parently never gives therm another
"Now, look a-beah," said the wit- thought, considering her maternal duty
gess, getting angry, "do you think I'm done. Certain it is that she has never
gen' to tell you tll my private busl- been discovered going near tbese.egg
It' t ues h not ," babies again, and when they batch a
I bave the right to know, and you last'the tiny soft backed creatures a
mast tell me." the lawyer persisted, once begin crawling around in search
that he would havnstructed th wtnnswerss of files and otlber food as independent
that she would have to answer. ly as It there werb no such thing as a
.... "s 'rested for Ilckin' my huban'i lyas if there were no such thing as
"I's 'rested for likin' my husbn', mother in the world. A little girl who
she said. her eyes flashing. found one of these odd oblong turtle
"That sor" said the attorney, with: eggs o ni-a sandy river bank in Louisi
sMt satisfactibn. "What Is your hue- anna took it home and put it in a teacul
kSnd's nase?" ,he told him. "What on fte table for safe keeping. A few
1b bia business hours later a slight noise was noticed
"e'e' sa pri'efightoah." shp said and in that direction, and on looking in the
the cross examination abruptly endedd Cup again she found a baby.turtle, ful

mid general mement.-ndanapols fledged. but tiny, scrambling about
among the bits of its broken eggshel
Gymnastics In Switzerland.
Once in every three years the gym' Ravens and the Hapsburgs.
asts of Switzerland and the members Henri de Welddel tells the story ol
at the affiliated clubs in other coun- the late Empress Elizabeth and the
rea. for the most part composed -of ravens which Maurns Jokel gave in at
IBwis residents abroad, meet to com- article at the time of her majesty's
pete 1 the great contest known as the tragic death. Early in her life Eliza
federal gymnastic festival. A care beth wrote some verses in Hungariar
ftll prepared series of exercises is on the subject of the raven, the bird
gone through on gymnastic apparatus of ill omen, which plays a great part
There t Swlss wrestling, and there are in the history of the lapslurga. Ac.
eompetitlons in the national games of cording to the imperinl poetess, a
Switzerland. including throwing the flighb of ravens aswas covering over 01
stone (a forty pound square block of mutz when Franuis Joseph roelvd
granite). The festival closes with a from his uncle's hands the crowt
display of combined extending exer- whiih was destined to infli elsen In which all the competitors such nil-.erls. A raven followed Max
o1D,00 at times-take part. G3ymias- Imllian and Charlotte on their lasi
fles gre the national pastimes of the walk before their departure for Mex-
Swwim boys and young mun, and the ico, and when Maria Christina wns
elube they form are recognized and en- "Itnrtllln to receive the crown of Spain,
enraged by the feder:ii government.- which was one day to be so grievous a
lustrated I.ondon News. Iourden, a r'ven flew over the horses'
a-. heads and accompanied the carriage to
AmSitious. the r;ilwi\ay station. These in'idents
Pif'd' -r-Papa. inny I' study elocu- were the subject of the-poem.-West.
tCio? Proud Father-Indeed you may. minster Gazette.
my soo. You desire to beconie a great
orator, doyqu? Freddy-Yec. th't's It. Room For Improvement.
Proud Fatter-And .ome day inmakl A certain estimable old gentleman is
the whole world ring with your elo- at all times worth listening to, though
quece? l reddy-I shouldn't care for occasionally his grammar is scarcely
ftat. I want to- be an after dinner perfect. He was dining on one occa.
tseaker. Proud. Father-A b. you are sion with the local squire, when, much
ambitious for social distiuctlon, are to the disgust of his worthy host, a
you? Freddr-No: I want the dinner, trifling error on the old gentleman's
-Chicago Record-HErald. part was pounced upon and loudly re-
. pealed by the son and hefr of the
-I* Thiles Townr. house. There was a painful silence,
No fewer than 1.500 towns and vil- broken at length by the host. -
I iun lin uermany atil owi. and have -"My son," he remarked quietly to the
enWsdi, down from the middle ages, so young fellow, "there are times, I ad-
much common land that their Inhab- miit, when our old friend's speech is a
Mnanta pay neither rates nor taxes. little peculiar. At such times you
FlPe hundred of tbhee townships and might be of mutual assistance to each
villages derive so great a rental from other."
hbetr lands that they are able, in addl- "In wht way, sirr? asked the son.
0tm. to pay every citizen on New "Well," wa the "severe rejoinder,
Iter'. day. a bonus of .from V25 to "you might give Mr. X. a lesson or
l'K' as his share of the surplus rev- two in grammar,- in return for which
enae'* .--i I have no doubt he would assist you
SN Tiin n to patch up the holes in your man-
Had"Nes' Moee Time. ; ner"--London Tit-Bits.
11- can't wait iny further for yot. ,
(What are you reading, anyhow" Her Vocal Selection.
"Henry James. Watt until I finals A w\ddr(:lg was recently held which
this chapter." was of the fashionable kind, and
"I'll wait until you get to thb nest there were all sorts of pre;)aratlons
eomma and no longer."-Lotisaville .id frills. Among thel "f-ntur'-s" was
Ooarlr-Journal. a uiong by a baritone singer of con-
S!daerntble local renown, and just what
They Adjourned. be wu. to warble was a matter of con-
"Wnre you tboe smlatedl on trying P2demable discussion.
Sla my hat, Mis Mabel, I shall cer- A little sister six years old of the
tally claim the forft'el" brile took much interest In the pro-
S"I don't know what you mean, sir; gram. "Sis," she said, "1 want to sing
end' bemldes, this isn't a good place; at your wedding."
fSe can see as from the hotel."-Life. "No. dear; 'ynu can't sing," was the
he Bate of the Nation reminder d I w t to" she
The conflict tl'd the "t e of "I want pleadedto,' she
nations" Wjy:her battle of I.ci,'i-. Ir ";What would you silg?" her father
was fought. O- 16- '. be asked her.'
treen tle scidle s if Ru '. i'r li .rraked her,
tAu-esn the 'ldh'. Pt 4 nm Ru !. n'rld Ii "; Hearen, Look With Pity!'" was

Auhd, under &d :hw. enber om;ri n ed her rejoinder, and her father hasn't
w~de, and Napoleon'r arm .rTs; : cr not over it yet.--ansus C" y Journal.
:-. other. It wn.a ne of the lr.larrnsi
bt.ttler f-r un i-' n 'I::tu A ', i'" '!" i |FR ENCH FiLE
Jaot of nc. wr..e e: ,:1 a.' u fli L
uipyualtle -on both sides wcre r-4 L L '
.It -l'uiilted In rivorwbolmhl, dei. t fo aAn.c,.,, Sin., oro so, m' em"m"" san,..
.. poleon aind t'l *i:. rOW l TrAIL, SSae r et Sr -sa S~ l s..
Rany. Trnoos from ever.. rati,>n of wa F r. fadru.tr e do |
Eai1or-P.part!'liLPJ ed 'lu it. hente t | han bemued tyoJ" -'"dae to |
"Ttzdje of "' "t'-,.'" UNITED MEDICAL CO., mox 74, LAA.tLr?., PA.
Thtffle or jof en" ,
Sold it St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. O. Mlftchell

PILES3 aPA sUpsI io
[Pi AcfW T 1r0T'010
D. Mgt. bemaoa. Sm ',

OU h a U a h a IM. *r"*.- Dr. B. r D mr-.
*" Or aB. a. Magil, =urug. r TI.. r Ie
aIt 25 yea ff I he'.eavB.s rBw e
u- h 6. YA. STmh. rf. Fre for backache, rheumati
Foley's Kidney Pills purt
Seld St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchef








Flight of the Spirit.
A case recorded by Plutarch would
seem to support the theory that during
periods of protracted Insensibility the'
spirit of the sleeper, freed from the
body, wanders away to realms and
scenes not conceivable by the ordinary
senses: A man named Thesplus, he
tells us, fell from a great height and
was picked up to all appearances dead.
There were no external wounds about
him, but the physicians were satisfied
of the fact of the decease. Arrange-
ments were made for his burial, but
-on the third day after his fall he re-
rived, much to the consternation of his
friends. In a short time it became
quite evident that the whole tenor of
the man's life had changed. Previous-
ly his character was that of a repro-
bate and a vicious man, but after his
Insensibility he ever followed after
rcrtue. On being asked the reason of
the change. Thespins related that dur-
ing his long sleep his spirit had been
liberated from his body and had soar-
ed away to a strange land, where it
had joined a whole company of other
spirits. His past life was disclosed to
him in all its hideousness, and the
glorious capabilities which were be-
fore him were revealed in such a man-
ner as to make him ambitious of at-
taining them.

No Cause For Worry.
"It's sure enough strange how mar-
ringe changes some men," commented
a W\ashington Heights dweller to a
friend who stood with him on a corner.
"\tuw, see that chap entering my
apartmentt house? He's been married
only two weeks, and yet-say, do you
wee what he's carrying? Well. it's a
garbage pail for their new flat. Why,
If any one had told him three months
-igo that he'd carry a garbage pall
through the street he'd have been
ready to fght. I never saw such a"-
"All right-all right," the friend in
rerruplted. "Tell me about him next
-"Becnuse he'll be changed back again
oy that time. Don't worry about the

Not the Time For Magnifying Glasses
There was a little Scottish boy who
had the quality of astuteness highly
developed. The boy's grandmother
was packing his lunch for him to take
to school one morning. Suddenly. look-
ing up into the old lady's face, he said:
"Grandmother, does yer specs 'mag
filfy?" ,
"A little, my child," sht answered.
"Aweel, then," said the boy, "I wad
just like it if ye wad tak' them aff
when ye're packin' my loonch."-Liv
"rpool Post.

Playing With Words.
"r '!nee Idol?"

"Yep."-Thbeqner MfniaR tn.
The Town on at:o ire .
R (i!de! nts uf 'a i nlt'ni. l'1i, sn;lpiort o;
ilthe '-.,! gulf cialI(rt thtlir ty'n B!
!ahl-e (tIoo.heer).n It has narrow. dirty
111 paved streets. The city is visiteD
by earthquIakes anrd siTn)o0us anidd stintl-
tra (hiildrln'r oNf whoiesomtln air andl fresh
water. It :il)i)nrl.'. however, to have
c('ujyed llgh ri:e[ut1e :lnhn I ', i ai n. i : hi
lElaiuites. who ha\ ve I-ft h'riitl ib,.u
under moldering* heaps hrichks wit
runelform inscriptions. In summer the
citizens of Bushire live in a heat tlht
st almost unbearable.

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U. S. Land Offic at Ginesville, Florida.
: November 26, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that John L.
Sconiers, whose postoffice address is Ba. -
head, Florida, did on the 23rd day of
August, 1909 file in this office awqrn
statement and Application, No. 05732
to purchase th> ni of set and ne* of swf
Section 1, Township 2 south, Runga 14
west, Tallenasese Meridian, and th' tim-
her thereon under the provisions of the
act of June 3,1878, and acts amendatorv,
known as the "Timber and Stene Law,"
at such value as might be fixed by ap-
praisement, and that pursuant to such
*application, the land and timber thereon
have been appraised at Five Hundred
and Forty Dollars, the timber estimated
at 320.000 board feet at $1.50 per M. and
the land $60.00; that said applicant will
offer final proof in support of his applica-
tion and sworn statement on the 2nd day
of February, 1910, before the clerk 0of
the circuit court 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 corroborated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which would defeat
the entry. HInax S. CHUBB, Register.

November 20, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that William
D. Turner, Whose postoffice address is
Wausau, Florida, did on the 19th
day of August. 1909, file in this office
sworn statement ;:nd Application, No.
05731 to purchase the se* of sw*, and
i of sekiof section 1, townshin2 south,
range 14 west, Taliahasaee Meriaian and
the timber thereon, under the provisions
of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts
amendatory, known as the Timber and
Stone Law,"at such value as might be
fiixed by appraisement, and that pursu-
ant to such application, the land and
timber thereon have been appraised at
Six Hundred Dollars, the timber esti-
mated at 360,000 board feet at $1.50 per
M, and ihe land $60.00 -that said appli-
cant will offer final proof ,in support of
his Dplication andj sworn statement ont
the' 2nd day of February, 1910, before
the clerk of the circuit court t Vernon,
Any person is at liberty to prote..t this
pi'rchase before entry, or initiate a con-
test at ady 1time before the patent issues,
by filing a corrobarated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which would defeat
the entry. Hznar S. CHUBB, Register.

for olslldreesg esf, sren. 5'. oplertee

"The Last Dt;ch 'i
A dil ltlej orih.in can lte gPten ti,
the expression* "'To die in rie i:.'
ditch." On the dtlhb of l e ittt tI! Prince of (OIu'le aI' t nn e htiad -rw
the lute'h republti. I, l)- tte thi iout;
he dibp4aied tij crura;ie aitil i-naiair
of his rrace.- o '0 i.> nIin s,(' ,i ui
country Is inot?" ;0s!;d t he itlke Ot
Buc.kingbhamw. who hnd (i een n;t to1 tie
gotrute at 1'hte Hague. "- ii-re t14 a
sure way tinfr 1t see it lost." rr~epli
William, "anud that is to die in th.i
last ditch."

He G)t Married.
Our cook. salu th' taiiity man. bn a
a beau who (called on tier oftl'in. tri
finally bhi visits cpased I a iskoi tipr
one day ubat IJad beitme ot tier tor-
iner attentive bteau. ari'l nlie said tid -
had got married.
"Sinee he got married sena' sth.
"he don't come around a nr inore."
"Married!" said I. Purl,' i~w<. "\Vlhy
I thought be wVouaI marry yo.u:"
"So e did.'' said the coi'K.- Urown
King's Magazine.
Uoing Some.
"Yes. sir." said old man PDraggard
"as soon as I see them birds I weu;
nlto the house and took down the old
blunderbuss and pegged at 'em. and
by gorry, 1 brought down thutty birds
to one shot. Can ye beat that?"
"Ya-as." drawled Uncle Si Peavey.
"You know Bill Wiggins' frog pond?"
"Yes," said old man Braggard.
"What of It':"
"Wan l, wn't:t down there the other
night after sundown to shoot a couple
of bullfrogs with my old shotgun,"
said Un le St. "There was 5,000 of
'em settled on them there lily pads,
and I just lifted that thbre gun to my
shoulder and- let her go."
"S'pose you did," said old man Brag-
gard. "How does that affect my bird
"Beats it all holler," retorted Uncle
Si. "The minute my gun went off
them hull denned 5.000 bullfrogs croak.
od."- Harper's Weekly.


Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
December 11, 1909.
Notice ts hereby given that Julian 0.
Baggett of Mnrlee, Florida, who, on Feb-
ruary 25. 1903. made 'Hoomestead entry,
No. 32185, :(Serial Number,. 02013) -for
Lots 2, 3 4 and 5, seceion 17, township
2 south, range 15west, Tallahassee Me-
ridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final 'five-year' proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before
the clerk of the cicruit court at Vernon,
Florida. on the 19th day of January.
Claimant nimes as witnesses: Eugene
Murfee, of Murfce, Florida, Lindany Bu-
chanan, of Westbay; Florida and John
L. Morrell and Willie Morrell of Ebro,
'lorida. HENRY S. CHuBB, Register.

U. S Land Office at Gainesville, F
November 20, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that LeRoy H.
Bu,'hanian, wlihne ostoffice ad'rosa is
Cliplev, Floi ida, did on the 10th day of
Jaly, 1909, file in this office Sworn State-
nient anil Appllcai n. No. 05645, to pur-
chase the net of sec. 1, township 2 south.
range 16 west, Tllahapsee Meridian,
and the Itimber thereon, under the pro-
visions ofthe act of June 3, 1878, and
acts amendatory, known as the "Timber
and Stone Law," at-such valuation as
miitht be fi4ed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to:such application the land and
timber thereon have been appraised, at
Five Hundred and Sixty Dollars, the tim-
ler estimated at 320,000 board feet at
$1.50 per M, and the land $80.00; that
said applicant will offer final proof in sup-
>porf of his application and sworn state-
ment on the 2nd day of February. 1910.
before he clerk of the circuit court at
Vernon, Florida,
Any person is at liberty to contest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
test at any time before patent issues, by
filing a corroborated affidavit in this of-
fice, alleging facts Which would defeat
the enitry. HENRY S. CHUBB, Registerr;

A Traveling Salesman,
H. F. Beers, 617, 7th ave,, Peoria, ill.,
writes: "I have been troubled for some
time with kidney trouble, so severely
at times I could (scarcely carry inb
grips. After using one bottle of Fb-
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-


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SPatnts taken throw unn o.re ool
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Scdintific iffmtrican.
A handsomely llustratedweekly. Lsrmest et
cnlation of any scientific journal. Terms,. 3 a
year: four months, 1. 814d by all 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.
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.

ism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
ify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes.

Sold in St. Andrews by dil Druggists

Curious Habits of Spiders.
The water spider carries air down
with it when it dives. Dr. McCook
saw one remain forty-five minutes un-
der the water. One water spider
builds a nest under the water attached
to the stem of some plant and in the
shape of a diving bell, with the open-
ing downward. It fills this bell with
air by taking down a bubble at a time.
Coming to the surface, it incloses an
air bubble under its body and instant-
ly descends. Getting under the nest,
the bubble is allowed to escape into it,
and .this process contintles until the
nest is full of air. The spider then
lays its eggs there, enclosed in a co-
coon, and leaves them to grow in this
underwater palace, safe from all fly-
ing foes. When these water spiders
are seen under water they look like
little balls of shining silver. Little
bubbles of air seem to cling among the
hairs of their bodies. As spiders, like
insects, breathe the air at little boles
along the whole length of the body,
they can easily make use of these bub-
bles of air for breathing.-London

Drinking Cups of the Ancients.
Silver cups made by such famous
workmen as Myron, Myos and Mentor'
were preferred to gold cups. They
were very beautifully engraved and ol
workmanship which has never been
equnkld. When gold cups were enrich
ed with Irecious stones they some-
times became peers of the engraved
s.lvPrr vessels. Of all sizes, shapes and
designs were these drinking cups. andi
their value. was -measured more LIy
their form and design than the mate-
rial of which they were made. Some
had two handles, some only one and
some none at all. They were large and
small. low and tall, narrow and ob-
long. They were purely the product of
the varying fancy of that prodigious
age, which seemed to scorn uniform-
ity. The early Greeks and( Romans
drank hot water from cups, as we now
drink coffee and tea, these beverages
being unknown to them. Coffee origi-
natgd with the Assyrians, and tea was
first used by the Chinese at a very
early age.-National Food Magazine.

Curzon and Davitt.
Once in the house of commons, when
George Curzon was making some de-
fense as to alleged harsh treatment by
Turks of Cretan prisoners, he was in.
terrupted by a query from Mr. Davitt,
"Were these prisoners handcuffed?"
Quick as lightning came the reply,
"Yes; and some honorable gentlemen
ought to be no strangers to handcuffs."
This was of course the signal for a vio.
lent parliamentary tempest. A day or
two after Mr. Curzon went up to Swift
MacNeill and expressed his sorrow at
having used the expression and his de-
sire to apologize for* it in The most
public manner. "Why," he said, "I
thought the Interruption came from
you and that you, of course,- would
not mind. I was horrified when dis-
covered that it was Davitt who had
made the remark. Of course I would
not be capable of joking on the sub.
ject of imprisonment and handcuffs
with a man who had endured nine long
years of penal servitude."-London

Making Men's Hats.
Men's hats, stiff or soft alike, are
made from the fur of the rabbit. A
copper cone, whose very top is more
or less the shape of the crown of a
derby hat and whose sides are cov-
ered with minute holes, is revolved
very' swiftly over a suction fan. The
fur is fed on to the cone, and the suc-
tion and the swift revolution draws
this against the cone in the form or
a fur cone very far in shape from the
finished hat, but which rapidly be-
comes a finished hat by sizing, shrink-
Ing. shaping and trimming. Individual
skill of a very high order .counts for

What's Watts?
The Mayor-Watts' wife is a suffra-
The Colonel-What's Watts?
"A sufferer."--Smart Set.

Those who attain any excellence
commonly spend life in one common
pursuit, for excellence is not gained
upon easier terms.

Makas Kidrsia and Bladder Right


0x50 inches, correctly platted and
bowing all the more important
aildings-is of great, value to any.
ne contemplating pnrchasihg pro,-
;-ty in town. It covers about' foni
tiles of coast line, extending east
iard from Dyer's Point to anl eui-
racing Old St. Andrews, witli cr-
asponding territory iniand. Rice
ine Dollar, at the BUOY.Offiue.
Also .:
Showing all the lands disposed of by
lie Cincinnati Company, also locates
garrison, Parker, -Cromanton -and
djacnt country. The piat of-the
ots is not shown. but by the aid of
his map the approximate location of
ny lct is easily determined. Price
'tfty Cents, at the Bnoy Office
Eithermap will be sent by mail to
nv address or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The I BOY has made very Ibernl clut,
lIina arr nigements with a few of the ery
nest publications in the country and for
the present can send for a whole year--
'he BUOY and
Deutroit Free Press (twice-a-week
a1nd Year Book)............. 1 7(1
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for .5 85.
., do. Semi weekly,fortl .55
Scientific American' .... 3 '50
Farner aniI Fruit (rower ." 9 .i5
Floi ida Agriculturist ... 1 5.>
do clubs of 5. each ... 2 .
Farm Journal. Philad'a, monthly 1 17
N. Y. World(thricea week).... 1 75
The Cosmopolitan........... ..1 15
The Criterion.................... 1 0
For any or either of the above publica-
tionvin connection with the BUOY ad.j
'sraes all orders to I HE BUOY.
.' 4 An r- . P ",

For Permanent Relief Take
j -^ # ^*ft N 6

-'rAPS fA a t '. '
HERBINE acts directly on the Liver, It will oure CONfTIPA
is entirely free from all poisonous mineral substances, and is coln-
pesed solely of LI FEI4 ING NERBS. It is adapted for weak and
weary constitutions; strengthens the weakened glands and organs;
It checks all derangements of the body. "Try a bottle to-day."
Fifty Cents a Bottle. Avoid AllSubstitutes.

Ballard Snow Liniment Co. A .^s
ST. LOUIS, MO., U. S. A.
Old aned Revomomemcndcd m

Cookades and Buttons.
The Meanest Man in Town Tbe cockade originated simply in t- *n.;e
is the one whoalways wears a frown, is knot of ribbons or strings by whi db '',
cross and disagreeable, and is short the broad flaps of the seventeenth ceh-
and sharpin his answers. Nine cases tury round hat were cockedd" dr
out of ten it's not the poor fellow's drawn up to the rim in fine weather,
fault. It's his liver and digestion that ntrd thus originated the three corperrd
make him feel so miserable. He can't hat as well as the cocked hit of later
help being disagreeable. Are you in tis. There was nothing peily
helpbeng disagreeable Are you military about the, usage. as the .- I#.-
danger of getting into that condition? tornat assert. The snae strings su- .
Then .start at once taking Ballard's vive ti the loops of the hbat- of bllbop. :"'.
Herbine for your liver-the safe, sure and other ecclesiastical dignitaries lin
and reliable liver regulatotor. Sold by Great Britain, l. the strings of thp
Gainer Mercantile Co, hata orn by- iren.h cures and Span-
isb ntid Italian padres and in the cords t ,Y'
Clearing the Atmosph6ere which are still seen on the buts of '
In his capacity of dramatic critic some very servants.
Mr. J. Comyns Carr, the author, wrote it naturally became the? custom fof
a notice of the play of "Oharles 1.," in military men to "cock" i itir bthaf ivltl '
which Irving played under the man- the ltery color of the' prn-n'e b tey
agement of Mr. Bateman. Hisproduc- served, and as the ITnavwerian if col o
tlon deeply incensed the manager. In was the convenieeutf ke of black tb he
order perhaps to find the opportunity black c cockade" be~trim asaoeliated Ip.
of informing the critic of his disap- the minds of the people with military-:,. t
proval, the manager invited him to a uniform In an ohl .tScotch song t .:'
supper at the Westminster club on the Shilrtamulr. citing W\\oodwrd's 1nl' r-"
second or third might of the produc- aldry," we reandof."the rid 'i'ont lads, -
tion. When he thought the fitting mo- with black ockad.s," -and a fotohjof'
ment had arrived Mr. Bateman led the while rilltats was naitor.ally chosen'as ,,,
conversation to the point at Issue and, the Itudge of their ipllp'oirItl.- Whe1fl
emphatically banging the table with the old. u,;e of the strings was forgot- ?
his fist. declared in the loudest of ten t elw kt1ot. in the forr) onfa rorwtte "
tones that he did not produce his plays o rilbon, survived. Just Ji d did the
at the Lyceum theater to please Mr. .l[ ttlrnjs ',in the )0b eks' of aQfr'ecoats.
Comyns Carr. There was a moment's 'Wllt h were intfdlti to tfften btacl
awkward sileqce, which Mr. Carr con-: ~lt .tiap in riding or t arctifrg.-"Jp ;..
fesses he did not feel quite able to hl iof the PIeace." '*-
break, but which was released by a ,. -
wit of the company with the happy re- Strik'ng a Comet -' -..
tort, "Well. dear boy, then you can't ,If weask the effect f a conmet'f"
be surprised if they don't please him." ,,h,,, h,, ,, :l we' wll. redily see
strilkinathouflrtll we'wull 1 eadily Be"'

Sight Lost and Restored.
A farmer's wife who had had much
trouble with her servants was accosted
by one of them.
"I fear I shall not be able to work.
much longer. I think I am golng, -
"Why..bow is .that? You seem, to
get along.. pretty well with your work."
"Yes. but I can no longer see any
meat on my plate at dinner.". .
The farmer's wife understood, a.nd
the next day. the .,nrvtNii were serTe-d

"Your piln hrl:i'.wt is pIt'rlers. You,
,re an astounding aggregation of fewr-
mnine fautt!essness. Be min<'!"
"Sure!" respolnded the girl "I never
vonud resist thnt press Haent lan-
guage."-ILouisvlH e 'Coum'rir-Journal.

S Return of the Prodigal.
"Who's thflt a-hollerin' down yander
in thel p ranuih?"
"That's he prodiial son. The old
man's a -wailitn' thn:i'ler out o' hiin fer.
.annnin' auw.i.!"- Atlanta Constitution.

'T'lirroi 1: no( wisdom like fi'ranktess4.--
l ;im .:n :t '!d.

A Cold Snap.
"Why did you name your dog Frost?"
"Bec:use he has such a nipping way ,
hmout him."--faltimore American

that if the head of t~e 'icuinl Iwereconi. ...c ,
plus, 'ptr tl,wid.'r .n '"f- llui,;l .would
have disaster us c',n.ie luentaej.,,. rain'' "'
of millions of gre.ii ptebrric arfoest .-i
would: of cinr, .bdring..opltassroph_ .
,If, however. It were Imerely, .rain ,',,.,
small particles or d,um' Wi might never
become conselouvs f ft. for thyepiartl"'
,eles.weuld negxr reach ntg'Thte woui :
be fused Into'gas-througb friction wtill T
our atmosphere many : miles before
reaching the surface. If JAe gases lib.
rated, by friction were. In esceaswlse
volume we might suffer 'discomfort.' v "
even disaster. It is estimated' that-
hundreds of millions of meteoric lurll-
cles strike our atmosphere every day. ,"
ThIs -would be a. serious matter If l '.
were not protected by *-or gre't sel-
taring envelope of air. Occufloannlly a' -
meteoric bowlder is large enough to
resist the heat generated by this fric-
tion and reaches the surface. This we '
call a meteoritte The now establl.lsheu. i.
connection between comets nr11n .ini'-..,
teors is a matter of great. Interet..-
Ralph B.,Larkln, In North Amerik'nr
Review, .
SToo Much Fiace. ,., .
SYou' feel 'as if fyb ha--one face too'.-
many w .ern (youihai$e n3ifirf lga, don't
-you? Save 'ti`' faci 'youi may'eed ift

bbiut get rid of.[the nenyalala by apply-
ang. Ballard'. Snow Liniment Finest
thiiqgjR the world' for rKeumatism,
neuralgia, brnms, eatas oralds, laIie
back aland, .4l paips,. Hild by Cb iier
Mercantile Vo,, .' .

English Dificil t to,' dr ou'icee:.
't1ti!llifi.ul.1 orf rlngUlb'or trane
ge'rs does not lie In its ,orthography,
but in Its prfcui'';lr in:ii Abrroat pr-
pie will .I c.t-n-l;tly .say it. nt t'hLy can
re:ult a-nd wnri.,T, ,pi -S. readffv. while
luunp to u1.ter .- \ <:'i.'d '.c to ,u~p tlr-
Etftard w.; 'd I f: the rkcng, ,;nn;.ige'.
as. of ronurst. vj'.p ..'er'l.+a nrel" Inn Dnry
Englijh ratal A rerl.irtrrmP 'nu rpn;d'
write French .long,"efore they 'a.n o .
deOtaund. or make themiRlves '.'n..t-,
stoiot. .T,he, other,, laguagep. tire fust
as dItfl-nU .for tfheju:t prQTn!ujn( English Is for others. The only" ftft
feren e is that .Euglisb stands alone
with its systemm or icJI qf..aystern.qof
pronunciation. Whae a' F'renchman
knows,how to wrlty fphrmau he Iei dt
t!e same time able to speak' the fn-
guage, f nott bcnutfrully. at least'odb
as- to be understood.' "hbe. name hlid.
for a German speaking ren.-- r
fessor Albert Shtlnz In 'North Amer-
: an Reviewr '. .. .'

simple Remedy fcra LaGippe
LaGrippe coughs are dang.erou, I*
they frequently develop pneunmonla.1
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stop
the cough, but heajI and. atr.epgther
the lungs, so that no serious results
need. be feared. - Honeys and Tar contain n .ao., harr1fu
drugs.and is i i y.el ow package. S ld
by all druggi.t. ;'

Woodchopping i~'. 'Sport. 'j
In Tasmania is tO' btWfound a naticpal
'pastime that 'is -specFal-and part lctlar
to that state alone-the sport pf wdbd-
cbopplnr, It .says much for the Orlt
and vigor of Tasmanians That this
really serious and arduaos upr.k should
*be regnarted as tbh. finest .'sort. :'At "
,hobart and Limtreeston !they hava
their tarf- nh'ethigs. their crlcket. t ot-
1alWko),oh cycling, and so ~ith. buit to
a woodchopping contes;..iople iP'll
fiock from far and near-7ht'n, woluen
and chifdrbna-and watch lbt ax wjld-.
ers hewing away at huge blocked of
timber as1 if life and, reputation'.;e-
pended, upon .the tesUe. Thud. thud,
thud, go 1 he axes, and the Splinters By
'In all directions, the judges calmly sit-
ting near, taking notes of the strokes,
the spectators cheering the compet-
Jtors from time to time ar'*rontlcally
as If they were race horses. To be a
woodchopping champion means some-
thing to a man in TasmawsIa.-.Dudee
A advertiser. *

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I _

wit very large and. very thin pieces of
meat. .
"How nice!" the ghi'l.exclaied. "M.?
sight has eome. ba'k i canu see b,itt'r
than ever"r ..
"How is that, elia?'. asked-the ~,ms-
tress. -. ,
"Why, at this momebt.i" r'plhjti
Bella. "I cau see th I )plart .through.
the meat."-London Scr'.;.ps

SHis Passport.... -
On one oc-ash' io-i Otirve .rlva,. the
artist. lost hii pIa sprtI4 while- ', a toii
.n Pwilvzerhn::d .At -I.n'erne bet-asked
to be allowed to 'p ,!k to thie. rayt.
to w.L om '-e g ili'v-'lis iI:ne ..
S"You sav lha;i ..,u :j ae- M. .tusta'v.
Doro, a:.d I. bleli:,-e y:u;" ;-'ald lh.,
mayer .. "b"ut(." i'd' li;, pI odil-'A' p-ietr
of p':,!;r and a p-nril. you ca.ueasil. u
prove ,it" , ;.
Done looked around blh) ar!d. saw
some pensanits welliug. potatoes iu .thf,
.treet. Witlh a few r.lever..to '!uches I,
:'epr, 'elledd the hninlt y w'ene u. '. nv.
'r'nciI: his. nSiwL, t '1!e p';.r:'h. '.r'
stc ( it i, th :e !,,I'v :r
*"'*. r e.; s ..,r, is yli rl -bt.:" rer; rk
*d !il o !' ).1 '* h t T-c 'n: lrt :,!1'n !I In
to L tci i :' di n to t('.-r'r o iit re wur
'.;:e of tih .t rti:ali.ry f ori'h *

Qrut l r-c-'iiTer-c.
"It eems s!leW,' ui.-s ui;ri'lage Jan"k
'Tiornley has developed into a perfect
"You surprise me: What has he
dlone ;
"1hy. ; the other .night 'while 'his
wife was regaling" hm with all their
particulars of that choice Verlfast
scatindal she noticed that he seemed
very, quiet. And what do you think!
He was sound asledpl"'-Cleveland
Plata Dealer. ' '

Nearing the' Limit." '. :
An old lady was 'going down 'tb the
cage in a Cornish mine. She looked'
with .iprehension at the rope. and
asked the miner :inxiously "My mai
are .-ou sure tbi4 ropte"is- iqufte safe?"
"'ell. mum." was the cheerful an-
ewer. "these ropes .li guaranteed to
last jpexartly.' st no'nths, ind this ain't
due ito be renewed till tomorrow.'-"
Birmingham Mail. .

The' Real Trouble.
m afr:tid." snid the ludy to a ,d
mriunutive applicant. "that y ou *are too
sma;il to act ns rtursemaid to tuy chil-
"Oh. I'm not too small." replied the
.ippllc:mnt "I guess the trouble is your
cUhidren are ttoo- large."--Chicago
News., ..

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