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 27, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00277
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ST. ANDREWS, FLA. JAN. 27, 1910.

NOA. 52.

U S. Setiator--t- t District. W. H. Milton, MAi
Representativea--sDis' Dte, 9. d S _.
Tampa; d Distrlct, pFran Lake Ci;
De e 9d tt m Us At ticello.
3d Usanfon;-

H. C Cao Treasurer. W. V. Knott;. A -
-,C._rr-, TraM mei" Cmptroller.

Adjutan -General J. Cltford R. Foster; Rail-
road Com"ssion Rw" C. Dunn R. Hudson
Burr N. A. BitCh and S. E. Cobb, clerk.
Panaa CityCounty udge, I. A.
Hutch ison; .CIr o Coun0 ClerkkRe-
~Ierd.r of 'Deeds, WCC. Lockey Shra C. O.
Allen. Vernmo; DeputtC. H. DanfordH Tax
SCollector, W. B, GainersTrefl 'ter HB millerr,
Venonr; Tat r. J ". Wil.liaUms. Chipley:
Veon; Ta~'t F. F. Gainer, Wausi;
County c'n -reon Conty Com-
arirron Firs -ic.CL Thomas Brocke e-
mision I. '%-Td rd District, 1. ML

t No. A. EmT Ajnbr, Sr.w T. B.
'fu ^aA H Postanaster.
Crs. lk. R t. Mrs Be Boothe
A Bto. AIder. L. M. Ware. Glleoe WNo
aEer, v--. J. T. Gwaltney, P.
6,WJt., Lr 6.f the ery, Jobs Sturrock;
illock: w _tce.of the .i Brke, Bud-
otlics. re G.W. Surfer Sr.,T. B.
D. GainerY.Pott sst A. H.* lae Paost
Panm City-Po iin ter.. Mrs. elle Boothe:

C r=. xR. ls North
Deputy Sheif, Al Hogeboom. Justice of
Milivli-LPostetsw ....... ......Justie of
the P-ace. M W. r oodfo H.
Parer--Potm r . Boutlle; Notary
Public, W H. PLarELI
Callowayr.Po0smster. MU. N. Carlisle.
Allln tou--Po ar, Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster ................
d CSo uhportposn tsteT. R. Barneant.
Uay -Postmis res. Mrs. R o Gar
Bayhead--Poasac h M,. Mashburn."
Cook-Poetmaster. J J. Fowter.
Wetappo.--Postmistre.. Mrs Dyer.
Ca rfe-Posl r .urch Jam-o1-r urfee.
Calhoun County, Croman'--lar Commu
Hokina. entons on te ir
Iarmd"s--postmaster W. Woodord.
R aELIGiOUS.rd a r
Datis t.Church Wyoming ave. and Pearl St.
O, Hernaln Ho eard..po to;plch mo in. ev-
ery second nday. morning and evening; Sun-
da1 schooll ever Sunday at 9 a. .; P
service every Thursday evening at 8 o'clcok,
and Chestnut tn Sunday School 9:3o a. in.,
every Sunday. Rev. F -wineman. pastor.
esbyterian-Curch corner Loraine Ave. and
PrDrake St. Sunday School at 9:30 a. M. every
Sunday. John Sturro,. Supt. H Roud-
tree, pastor.
Catholie-Church corner Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St.
i- T --
Parker Lodge No. 142

IH. & .ASE M-.
Regular Commu-
Sbu nication on the first
and third Saturdays
in each month.
ir's tRitig iHruO lers
it. E PALMLit, Secretary

A. .MMONS. e

Spci.l attention gwen to land conveyance
an marriage ceremony perfored for lawfully
gained parties Oice at the Buoy Office,
t%. Andrews4
1 Dotor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
Sof Bonna, Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
.eaes of Women and Children my Specialty.

Ofits at Bank of St. Andrews.
A. H. BRAKE, st
Notary Public for State at Lare. Office tStore
coed r of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Notarial work solreito and gven prompt
ttce of the Peace, Dist. No. Office at resi-'
deance in West End. St. Andrews, but carries
his seal with him at his business and is prepared
to apply his jurat to instruments. wherever
found. Attends to social business in his juri-
diction, Collection a specialty.
Nokry Public for the State of Florida at Large.
Office at Parker, FPla. Conveyancing and pay-
ment of taxes for non-residents. specialties.

For Sale! .
We offer Cor sale & strip from the
:eUth, side of the north half or the
-orthv't ~quarter of ctiOn 19, town-
u:p 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house tO Watson bayou,
adjoining Mlllvile on the south. Wiif be
,,old in acre, quarter. or halt-act'e lots
.",,-; pries, asked will be a.cording to
S-.ion tv A. EMMON" '0

Rev. I. W. WilliaaisTestifies.
Re. T.:-W. Willlams, Hunttngton,
W. Vs.. wrttoa as follows: "'This is to
m" ti jj that i used Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney
trouble and am free to say that Foley's
Kidney Reniedy -'-wl do all t]sqt is
obimod for it. Sold by all druggiat&,

i.; Lii:te Joke.

., (tlitrpritiut i 1'hiladelphia restan-
raipt r.-,prietor Buug out a large tlack-
boaiitd oign oneu day with the following
ainlluir-niclmei: "Von Can't Beat our
15r Cent I)intwr."
Thbl sign proved to be a good draw-
Ing crd utatl a yr'ing mnn of humor-
oua turn of mind caie along. The lat-
ter. seeing the sign, stopped and after
w-rutlnillng It closely smiled one of
those miles which bode no one any
good. He waited until bone of the
employees was watching. tad., taking
out his handkerchief, he erased the
letter -b" from the word "beat.,
The transformation was complete,
and It was not until a crowd bad colt
elected that the proprietor of the rew
taurant dlscoyered why there was
larger crowd outside than tsolde.

A Mortal Insult.
Mrs. DLmpleton-I want you to get
another doctor right oft Dmpleton-
What's the matter with this one? Mrs.
Dimpleton-What do you suppose he
said about baby? He told me I must
treat him like a human belong

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY up for another day on this tempo-

$1.00 a Year in Advance.

Entered Sent. 3, 1902, at St. Andrews,
Fla., ts second class matter, under
Act of Co(egrress of Earch d, 189.


Display adv. rate, Sec. per inch
per month. ,Poition and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5e per lin, first in-
sertion; 1rpor periq6 pkah su *e-
quent. Disptay --locals dtidbl*.
above rate.
. .. .. -
If this paragraph is checked with a
bluepencil it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be Eent
you that no brealr may occur should
vouchoose to renew.

Mr J. H Drummond, who has
been in Washington, n. c., for-some
weeks presenting facts, figures and
good, strong argument showing the
necessity of improvement of the
St. Andrews Bay waterways, writes
to the Columbus Ledger as follows:
Washington, D. c., Jan. 19.
--- Columbus. Ga.
Dear Sir: Yours of recent date
at had and contents noted, and in
reply, will say that, everything
here seems to be in a very satis-
factory condition, and the showing
made in favor of the improvement
of St. Andrews Bay and the con-
struction of a canal to St. Andrews
Bay has been so strong that the
committee cannot fail to see the
merits of the case.
Mr. Henry D. Clayton of Alaba-
ma had a hearing in regard to it
today and made a good showing
and was supplemented by others,
and 1 think there will be another
short hearing on Thursday next,
the 27th, for Mr. Mays.
Apalachicola people hisve sent in
a memorial to congress of which
each Florida congressman has a
copy, protesting against a canal
from the Dead Lakes across to the
bay, claiming that it would turn
the rivcr into St. Andrews Bay. Of
course, in event this route is select-
ed, a lock would prevent anything
of this sort. Personally I shall fa-
vor whichever route the engineers
recommend, and they will recom-
mend one without doubt and think
that the proposition to stand by
the engineer's report came from
Apalach;cola and that they should
abide by it. Very truly yours,

WW~AS\.rrre r ,dia-e'esiW-ae-S-,S'.r- rmIWW sP


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Well, I don't know. I should
say yes, if you like to buy your bean
soup material at 35 cents a pound,
and become another private in this
army of faddists. I, myself, prefer
to buy my own barley and rye and
parch and grind for myself. In
fact, I prefer to get me some genu-
ine old-time coffee aud parch it
just done, neither green nor burned,
ad bring it and make genuine
coffee,'and then drink a temperate
quantity at breakfast. Thatsure
takes out the kinks, and winds you

rary earth. If one cup a day hurts
a man, that is a sure sign that his
room is more valuable than his
company. The trouble about most
of these fool faddists is that they
are not really trying to do right or
to help the world. They are trying
to live forever, and I would be
willing to bet them considerable
that they won't make the wiggle.
This is just another prohibition
case. If these anti-coffee fiends
could, they would stop you by
force, and if you insisted on your
rights, they_ would put you into the
Vernon Jail. Could I say worse?-*-
"This is a free country. A man has
a right to go to hell if he so wishes,
and is willing to go quietly: He
has not a right to disturb other
people, to howl around the streets
at night, beat his wife, to refuse to
work, to make himself any sort of
a public nuisance. If he does, he
ought to go to the Vernon Jail. It
seems inconsistent for a county
that has for so many years failed
to give us any decent road, to keep
the bridges in safe repair, to arrest
and punish thieves and murderers,
or to give to life and property the
protection owed in return for taxes,
-for it to feel suddenly a keen
sense of public duty, and send the
Sheriff, all the way from Vernon, to
arrest a feeble old man, for selling
a few quarts of Scuppernong.
Say, suppose several of ns, all of
us, take a new start and live tem-
perately and do less fad-howling,
The saloons?-yes, by all means.
They have been well tried and have
proved themselves public nuisances;
but when it has become an offence
against the majesty of the State
for a woman to make blackberry
cordial-as in Georgia-or to have
a bottle of wi-key in the bureau
drawer-as in Alabama-then I say,
we have slopped over with foolish-
-lh6 following'fronm a re'iciet eit-
orial in Harper's Weekly is in line
with the above and worthy of care-
ful consideration by the intelligent
One thing that would make, in
our opinion, for the diminution of
the damage done by alcohol in this
country, vould be a development
of the native wines of the country.
and the increased use of them as
beverages in place of stronger and
less wholesome drinks. But how
do current liquor laws affect that?
A friend writes us from Florida
about the case of an old man past
doing much work, who raised white
grapes about his cottage and had
been used to make from them about
two barrels of native wine a year,
which he retailed for fifty cents a
quart. That wine was almost his
sole means of support. A local op-
tion law made his industry unlaw-
ful, but he went on with it, was
prosecuted, fined, and having no
means, elected to go to jail. Do-
mestic wines made from grapes are
dangerous, of course, but not dan-
gerous enough, in our opinion, to
be under the ban of the luw. In
proportion as the suppression of
legitimate alcohol drinks is succes-
fully achieved, the sales and use of
opium. cocaine, patent medicines,
and various other more or less ap-
palling substitutes for alcohol stead-
ily increases.

The Maccl

i Carpet |

A Thanksgiving Story


. Copyright. 1809, by Amerteaqf Preos ..
- Assoliation. f -
t i-t- ti 1 lI- t111 -ti0 1t 1 -tT
The committee on rep4('-s walked
down the aisle and wagge eytklvaprov-
al at each pew. .
*, nev utmc me IIt w a
taseful It was to hbae eet.ay vtw car-
peted different," wheezeu d .Miss l.eselm-
portantly. "They lo ot jout like foHks'
honuss. Jiprelminb Titile's Is gtt a iece
of his parlor carpet spread on It, and
all It needs a t basket of rwas powers
to make you think you're sitting in his
front r'ton at a fruneril."
'TI'e nloher tt' Iurh'rs of the enimittee
Sa-st urri piiirft us gin n-estl at their sev-
oral ip'ws. nIh w1 nith Irs gnyly covered
floor nan f.it. l rptfted bussoicks. Then
:iey hlok'el i at'rasnh Lte's own pew.
with its noat redl tIkr coverlug that
eice'ii. mnln'bed tbhearp; ii' :he itale.
"We ain't nil agents for a cnfpet
.At re.." remair'krd l ij annh Smith dryly.
Miss4 -Ie rv-'deued. "Tbat's neither
here nor there," she said hurriedly.
"The facts are these: Duniel 'Merton
has sent us $1.000 f t thest.hr'-b e-*
pairs. Dr. Long .says $7IA) will be
needed for repaiirs to t4e biullding and
belfry. The other $tr(,) Is to be Yseed
Iby the ladies ,of the committee to re-
lecorate the inside aud: for a new car-
Ipet to cover all the pews."
She looked n:rrowly'at Sereua Webb
In the background.
"My pew will remain as it is," said
Serena calmly,
The committee dre a uoanlmuus
breath of dismay.
"Thai's the old Merton pew." .pro-
tested iss Lee.
"I know it," replied berena.
"I should think that when a man
cares enough for the old church he was
baptized in to send $1.000 for repairs
it would be a delicate attention on the
part of the committee to refurulsh his
old family pew," said Dr. Long's wife
"Perhaps Mr. Merton would prefer
to see the old church restored rather
than redecorated. 'He muet bare ten-
-e -.- A- fUfb+ ~ t-a*I- w o !L.',L '1rth
his mot-her's carpet on the floor and
the same old hassocks he knelt on
when a boy. I am sure he would rath-
er see the chancel restored to Its old
time beauty rather thlnn done over In
the latest fashion," said Serena Webb
"Rubbish!" sneered Sarah Lee. "A
man as sta rt as Dan erton-a man
who left Redbush a po'.r young man
and is today a inil'onnalre--;ust be up
to date. He ain't no back number."
she ended, with a Irlurnplhunt relapse
Into slang. Ltle'd admire to see his
money's been put to some good pur-
The other ladies nodded approval of
this statement, all save Berena Webb.
who was gazing wistfully at the dim
and faded frescoes In the chancel.
"So, you see. Miss Webb, Dan Mer-
ton would he pleased enough to have
his old family pew done over lnew.
We're planning to have It all done by
Thanksgiving and then invite him
down e.nd have a regular thanksgiving
over the hull thing," said Miss Lee
"My pew will remain as it is." said
Serena firmly as she turned toward the
door. "I have paid for it."
"Very well," returned the other bit-
ingly. "I shall take care' to let Dan
Merton know that a stranger has
come to Redbush who ain't grateful
enough for his generosity to try to
please him. I shall let him know."
Serena Webb merely bowed politely
and passed through the door.
Once within the gate of her quiet.
old fashioned garden her straight,
slim figure relaxed into a rustic seat.
She clasped her white hands behind
her sunny brown head and surveyed
the low, ivy covered house with con-
templative eyes.
"The Merton hometread and the
Merton pew qre the possesalons of an
eccentric spinster," she mused whim-
sically. "First, JDanlel Merton, presa-

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deo t of tr .. z -i tI ir ,-
'cernnr lldse th:li' 1 -'-1 hI'n il- ,
home for an absurdly I 1,ih Irl..
which I refused bcauie' the h-,te
Just suits me, and I aia tired ofI w:1.
during. Again, he sei.d:4 a ir't to hi-
e'hurch. anti l:ey dc-ni;iid that I fe;i!
on( the charnrminz., .li fa l.-hi.'rmd faiirii
ture of the 3PIlrt.lu pow -- ;lid tIr-tin-
forim it for hlie : I an sel:'-lih enI.u:i
to like it as It i--nod it Ilc-ieve Iv.
Will like it best ton! But I ame afrai.
of that Daniel MNi.non. a rmaiI who ha.-
riste to such eminence, as he must
possess a strofigtb of purpose that will
at last prevail upon me to part with
this bcarnlug piface!"
With a little sighing laugh she went
Into the house-the quiet bouse which
she occupied with her servants aand
her pets. ter kinsfolk were awaiting
her In nfotlet distant country. Sere-
na was young yet. She was thirty-
fire, and she was lonely.
4 C *
For weeks after that September day
the Redbush church was closed for
repairs. Henry canvas covered the
old Merton pew and protected It from
showers of lime and plaster and later
from the dripping brushes of painters
and decorators.
Little by little the old church took
on a new appearance. Shaky timbers
were strengthened, the great belfry
wap repaired aud the bea reeling.
G -pa Im rsk W 1I u i i sidig I C
Quaker like reslie*tabIlity. The 'fur-
nac-e was mended, and the organ was
Iudorrs the warm glow of the old
red carpet was replaced by sober
Iruwn pile, and the newly varuished
Iew wee c. pored with the same ma-
terial. Woodeu foot rests took the
pltie of the discarded haasorks, and
iollished seats were ssli'p!led lustead
uf the comfortable cusbiotns.
The faint piks and reds of the old
decoratlio gave way ti) .'ea g'reeu walls
aud chancel. it was all very LctW and
i't'ry hideous and extremely unroin-
foi table.
'The Inlulstrr was joyful and the con-
gregntlon was gratiied ntt the splendor
of t lie shaliby old church. The cotw-
nitttee 'on ri;pli-.s proudly sent In their
report on the Suinday before Thanks
giving day. At the snam time the
il.ite''t' r(.ad a lielter from Daniel
Merton s.,.ling that he would gladly
accept thLiir lisltatiou to attend the
special services on Thauksglrvug day.
Cold and crisp the day dawned. and
the usual festivities of the day were
iminhed forward ht b uoue might miss
the services at the church.
There was a rustle of expectation as
the people gathered In the redecorated
edifice. Up in the rout pew, on the
right of the aisle. in the old Merton
pew, with Its still gorgeous turkey
carpet and hassocks, sat Serena Webb.
conscious that her seat was a blot on
the fair scene.
In the front left hand pew sat Dr.
Long and his wife, nervously awaiting
the arrival of Daniel Merton, for It
was understood that the great man
was to be ushered Into the good doc-
tor's sober brown pew.
The last bell was ringing, the choir
was rustling the pages of their books
and the organ was growling a low
voluntary when there was the insist-
ent blast of a horn and then the soft
chug-chug of a motorcar, It stopped

at the church, the door opened, and
then Redbush drew a long breath as
Danlel Merton walked up the aisle
and was ushered into Dr. Long's seat.
For ser. ran moments he knelt in
prayer. a'd Ihen he aros-e and looked
about biu is the service began.
lie saw a strange church and strange
people. Hle had bone In hit mlud's
eye fut'r years past a quaint old church
with warm red carpPt A'nd many pews,
carh furnihi,-d ar-cording to its ownt-
er's fancy. 1'hlre was nothing here to
rerli.d him of the past and his boy-
hood share th eat across the aisle.
Thrre In the .ld Maertou pew, with
Its ancilnt turkey carperedl floor aud
fat hassocks, sat a slender woman
with sweet, serious fare bent above
her book. That was what Daniel Mer-
ton saw In the old pew where he had
knelt when a boy.
The people of Redbush saw a tall.
thin man with a handsome face lined
with Care. a man plaitly dressed as
one of themselves, and those who bad
known him when a boy traced in his
countenance a vague likeness to the
ambitious lad of twenty-five years be-
Then they saw him look about the
church with impassive face, which did
not change until it reached the old
Merton pew. They saw his keen eyes
rest on Serena Webl's face and on the
old time furnishings before they turn-
ed to cast a sweeping glance up and
, ldon h,< S1..!l t t'u htrwn jerpit
Then they saw him leave' his seat
and deliberately cross the aisle and
sit down beside Serena Webb. Serena
blushed and shared her hymn book
with him.
The service was long, for the good
people of Redbush were very grateful
to their beneficent townsman, and the
minister must express their gratitude
In souorous sentences that a mlllon-
alre might appreciate.
A year afterward Sarah Lee survey-
ed the church In high disdain. Work-
men bad completed Its restoration to
its original decorative scheme, and the
florist's men were banking palms about

the chancel.
"To think Serena Webb should mar-
ry Dan Merton after all-never saw
him in her life till that Thanksgiving
day." murmured Mrs. Long in Sarah's
"That there old turkey carpet did
it," sulffed Sarah Lee. "Just to think
of him lusisting that everybody must
carpet their own pew to suit them-
selves! Even old Hulda Jones has
nade her a braided mat for hers. Red-
bush is behind the times."
Iu the meantime Daulel Merton was
whispering to Serena In the garden of
his old home, "It was the combina-
tiou of you and the old pew set in the
midst of that hideously decorated
cburc-h-lt was you, sweetheart, that
broke through this crust of money
getting and made me again In heart
like the boy I used to he."
"I am so glad," murmured Serena
happily. "Let us always keep the old
turkey carpet, Dau. It carried you
back to your boyhood, It brought you
across the aisle to me. and it has car-
tied us both to happiness. It is a
magic carpet. Indeed."
"Don't complain of people tell' yoh
secrets." said Uncle Eben. 'Dey
couldn't do It if you hadn't stated t."
-Washington Star.

Via w.

Knowledge and Culture.
A great men ir'y des not make a
philosopher any mnre than a diction-
ary can be called a gratiumnar. 'There
are men who emlint e in th-,lr mindJi
a vast mullrtudf. ,f ,!'Mon. f:lt wirt
little seuslbtlty :il ,-' t titrt- reol r-in-
tiona toward eParo libe'r. Thjsi.- iny'
be antiquarians. ai'ii tP. .f.t.itt.ll.,t:.
they may be femrn, inff (SIP hi: ftbhe
may be versed in stanitlimLs f e'r f nr
most useful in I '-er cwn place. I
should shrink fr' uii i ;i!a:l,;: 0t.itw -
spectfully of then. Ftill. there 1 ing In such attTi:-fn("lt, tua ptr:;r:ftott
the absence of h:Irrf 'tulnsI of mlnd.
If they are nothli, morino ilr well
read men or men f lI'ftr;., ,ii,.n lhey
have not what spfe-ially d,,'-rvr. e the
name of culture of m ndl or ftlltsl the
type of liberal edrafftn,.-SNetnnrft.

Horeas and Rain.
Day afrer divy tlie ovrr of nraftlin:t
bad stopped to1 thie ,lne'r' tmri nft
which huppebd ft Iff; til.-it ,i a (
certain corner at the ltor whtien tt
animal lover passepl. anul w lite hrseN p-
parently appreclsatl the ati.utnlin. ilnt
one day his moodl -Innued. -tAd he
snapped viciousij. "i li. itf :!f
things!" exclaimed the wint:lmnl let'rr.
"He never did thar turorr.'
"Probably beeaue y, n ufawr tpefte
blor before in rainy wnrther." sa I ,h's
man who know-l a 1ttle' I'H l,,tat
Shorarti it ?t*jl t fosa r .1 >-'
gye anwt er rg rlet 1t'-n f it 'i t-
get familiar with a horse wr inn rfi ir
soaked with ralht No nfattrt how'
peaceable his dinps'Kliti. fit rn:rt
makes him crarnktl.. :ind thif". i i-v
teing bow he will i:;[k fl::-so, tt if
fondling."--Excba ane'
Posi' ;ili 'v.
Angelln i l anniyiii frfi'r .totfthinS
It was dreadful of lthe photographer to
flatter me like that:
Her Dear l'rlei.d- >b. I don't t.ow,
You might wantan to t iri tl Ilrtre t
send In rpply to a ntilrfflonfal adve'
tisement.-Boston Traveler.

Her Tactf i- Invltation.
Prudent Swain-' I1 were to steal a
kiss, would it raore you so that yot
would scream? Tinmill Maid-I couldn't
fright always makes me dumb.-Tole5
do Blade.

Yaull feel better after taking De-
Witt's Little Early Risers, the safe
surejand gentle little liver pits.
you would be sure of good results 4'
slst on DeWitt's Carbollsed Witch Ha-
zellSalve, the original. It is good' fir
big cuts or little ones, small seratcb r
or bruises or big ones, but it Is.esp6w
cially good for piles. Sold by >ll drur.

Attempting a Dlagnos;s.
Mrs. C. was overhauling a lot of old
clothes, and her little dfughtviRr Re-
becca. aged four. ns an tnterestrd
spectator. When one garment was
brought to light the little girl asked
what were the "green speci-les" on It.
Her mother explin:cd. Aome dayv
later a friend called whose little gtu
was somewhat freckled. After their
departure Rebecca wna thoughtful for
some time and then Inquired, "M.amfin
was that little girl's face mlldewtca
-Woman's Home C'ompanion.

W. H. Milton, President. M. Dillon. Vice President. John Milton, III. ecy-Treas.

M t3 ltoxn L xanLd. an d XInAvest mxen t CoVm"3pany


CSF I T $ L 2 0 0,0 0 0Ol

-c 'Secure Court, official and other bonds.

Buy, sell and deal in real estate, notes stocks, secure Court, ofcial and other bonds

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

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

Lend and borrow money, both as principal and By special agreement will lend money for oth

as agent. ers on approved security and guarantee its repayment.



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IRECTORS-John M. Dillon, John Milton, jr. W. H. Watson.John Milton; Ill. H. H. Lewis. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell and W. I MH onir
AddrAes W. 14.. MIlTn L PraaiNtalrfdr ant mat-fiM '..

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The Tarpon arrived from the
south at 9:00 o'clock la, m. Friday
and .rom Mobile and Pensacola at
1100 a. an.. yeaterdasy
Thew Manteo arrived from New
Orteans via. Mobile and Pensacol
g j 1HO00 ni. yestedav, having
been delayed for twenty-four hour
Because of some aeident to he
The following boats arrived dur
fog the past week, with mullet fo
bhe St. Andrews dealers: John Ste
phens brought 600 tbi; Helv:
Gainer, 1,06 hbs JohA Stephen
again on the 20th inet., 1.200 lbs.
A W '8 v ATE M .
The following table rcoord- the ma
mum, manimihmu ahd mean temperi
Itme the raletali aod direvltod of tB
wind for the twenty-aInr hours ending
t 7 o')jch p. rm.ias inudctcted by U. S

Date ...... | | | x in. j Wi
Jn... 61 44 52 .00
62 36 48 .19
21 60 44 52 1.37 W
9' 22 47 33 40 .00
6' 23 59 29 44 .04 1
2 04 44 54 .00
26 00 33 47 .0')
r 6 .38f 48 r 1.60
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Saved At Death's Deer,
The door of death seeried ready
open for Murray W. Ayers,. oF Trans
tidge.- N. F., whep his life was wonde
fully saved. "I was In I dreadful condo
tion," he writes, "my skin was almo
tellowi; f'y eyes sunken; tongue eoatc
eoa*oiated freem loI-h 40 pounded, sgroy
leg weaker daily, Vir ent liver tro
lte pulling me down to death in spi
of doctors. Then that matchless med
eide, Elect'ic Btttersr cured me. i r
I al ed the 4-pou nd~ hst and n w a
well anditrong." For all stomach h, lie
and. kidney t-obles they are supreme
O0c. at A- .. BrEake's and Giner Mer
mantle Co.'s..
--_. -
"Tot W .la foon once had a hom'e'
"Dat's WhrtT Il Isid."' nmswrrd-. Pl,,
.ding Pcte. .
S"Why rlldln'l you d1'' Itnnrtilitr t
make yvur folks comfort'bl,' an
"I dild. 1 left."- wVashIltoln Sgar.
In Accord With the Weather.
Mrs Pass. (tit her niidi- Bow In th
*ea.her today. Marile Msnid- Free
atE wfldy. la. itl MrsP. i'asse-V'er
W*el: ynfT will Ipllltne Iut a health
f I i oe, my cheeks this morullg.
am golng o~r.-New York Life.
Ph Told Pter.
"Tc4 me f'nakl.. atr. what do yo
fhbult, em yy fn-ul'ere'e volce'?"
"Well. nmd:nu. I think she may hav
a br!llirnt future in water color patl
tag."--Parie Figaro.
ft' wien a fellow thinks he is ot
of sight that he feels aU eyes are upn
hbir.-Plttsburg Gasette.
Sam 6
-- ----
Tt is a dangerous thing to take
cough medicine containing opiates thi
merely stills your cough instead of cu
1ug it Folet's Honey and Tar looser
and cures the oough and expels th
*polmOaous germ8ethus preventing pnei
monia knd@ consumption. Refuse subst
lutes and take only the genuine Foley
-. Noey and Tar fI the yellow package
Sohl by all dIrafgttla

Loans and di'oountm,................
Overdraws ....................
Banking house, furniture and fixture
Check and Exchange for Cl-aring..
Cash 1n hand......,.,..........
Due from Incorporated Banks.......

I L t -Born ,too Mr. d Mrd Bet Fuller
Son Wilmot st at 6 o'clock last Sunday
.--. evening, a son and heir, Dr. Jansenius
--. L. Joyner & Co. have just ro. iU attendanoer
oeived a abinment of Spring Dry -As has heretofore been its custom
Goods. the steamship Tarpon will make a two-
,-Fresh Garden Seeds -Bucxbeea thirds passenger rate to those wishing
'full of life," new crop, at Jno. R. to attend the Mardi Gras festivities.
iThompeon & Co.'s. -Capt. Otway Ware of the Martha
-Private BOAR DING, $5.00 Lillian, writes from TampaithMat, they
per week. Apyly to Mrs. F. W. Hos were driven in there by the recent bad
kings, Oromantot, Fla. weather, and while there he expected
-Rev. C. B.rtram io the M. tO visit his uncle, CharleaWare, of St
church South. will pteach every fourth Petersburg.
Sunday in the Loruine revenue Presby- -On account of the failure of a quo-
terian chu rch. rum being present, the meeting of the
-Blank Warranty Deeds. new re stockholders of the Bank of St. An.

vised, improved short form printea on drows, called for Tuesday afternoon
Good linen Daper, 25c per dozen: also the 25th inot., was postponed untilthe
6 blank eceipts--100 reoepts in a block, return of the president, Mr. J. H.
g leach. at the Buov office DrummBu6d, who is at present in Wash
S- --Mr, and Mr., C. D. Knowles of ington, D. C.
r' West End a re rejoicing over the arriv- -On Monday evening little raced
SIV-eWitbherill -of Old Towni clebrated net
al at their home of a nine pound daugh- forth brthd. About twenty e o
ter-thatarrived Sunday morning Dr fourth brthdty. -About twenty-five o
- Kester attend ng Mather and babe her young friends were delightfully en
r doter aten g. tertained; frames were played; also a
)r doing well, ....
- --iandsome e.ler neaIs with tt; exciting peanut hunt was enjnyed
Andr.ew Bay date line ag VieWi O Eva Thompson'" and Master HugI
either St Andrews Blutf, or Buena Gwaltney won the prizes for the mos
Is et tn n e u d o e nuts found-Elizabeth Post and Maste
Vita F'oi t, atc per dozen; alo, map R
.o,.1thi St, Andrews Bay e".tr on Rupert Gwaltey for tbe fewest. I
ak J letter sheet at 15e per doze, the Donkey doWtt, Gladys Willco
tat the'B'lov oflee. won first prize and Laura Thompso
x -The countenance of Mr. Jesse the last. After the games, delicious
a- Thomas, manager of the Oaks, wears a ice cream cake aud candy were served
le smile iadicaiave of some pleasant expa-
ig rienae.' No wonder: He receivt.dwora ST, ANDREWS BAY
3. only a few days ago that the etort had ROUTE RECOMMENDED
left a fine littie girl with Mrs, Thomas, The following note from Mr. J
who te at .present with her mother at IH. Drtmmond, we -is in Wrishing
d their former r home. ton looking after the welfare of th
e -Rev. Mr. L. 0. Vass, aPrebyterian
e Congo missionary will on Monday night Bay country, willinterest everyone
w deliver a leotre in St, Andrews, which who has the best wishes of Wes
se will be illustrated by stereeptican Florida, Southern Georgia an
w views taken from life of sceaes and in- Southern Alabama honestly a
w terestiag objects in "The COnigo States. heart:
It has not yet ,been decided what W D 10
r ball the lecture will be given, but it :WAN .
,will be made public ie good time. Mr. W. A. Emmons,
lo -The time beinu at hand for these St. Andrews, Fla..
it who ar e wi lg o sore fthcr c.unitry Dear Sir: Am writing to saytha
r. in an ofliicial capacity to announce it is now well understood that th
i. thlU williarnes. to do so, Mr, J J. route via Lake Wimieo is the roul
st Wlliams, Washi'nfgtoa county's prca- selected by the engineers for goo
d; :ent efficient and popular tax asseesor. selected by the engineers for goo
Sis the first to take advantage of the col- and sufficient reasons, and there
, umeso of the Bludy to say so. Mr. Wil- no longer any excuse for opposition
e Amanns' exetience as-tax assessor, .dur- ,to the eanal project on the part
I, ing his administration of the office e- pal ol, an if they're co
e, inently fits him to succeed himself, and sisnt the mst of them wil s
n the Buoy is confident no one can bet- stent themt the l
e, tet fill the position or give more gen- port it as recommended by the er
,.- orai satlelaeAoin than he.. gineels.
r. -I-aOew you noticed the attractive Everything here seems to be i
a d of the Pensacola Mardi Gras on First fine shape Very truly yours.
Ita9se? Ifyo lha-vee not, you should J. H; DR0hMOND.
lore no time itr doing so. This is the
gala event i' excellence of the South A
1 land. For several years past Pensaco- RA RO PROSP
ls has given an entertainment that has ENCOURAGING-
to called- forth- exclamations -of surprise dispatch to the Pensacol
d and .wonderm out at its magnificetce 'Eveningb News .from Cordele, Ga
omi all- who have been so fortunate a sys: Easternand .eorgia cait
to- witness it... ut this gyvar the af-
ra neements are planned upon a so ists have completed the orgunizE
e mnch grander scale as to throw all ;tion of the., Georgia Southwester
h Previous demonstrations hi the shade. & GulfR ilway, which will extend
ry Redueed transportatiou has been sc- from Cordele to St. Andrews Bay
iy cured from all transportation .compa- Florida, with a view of handling
I nies, and the event of a lifetime is as- e .,
sured to all who attend, the freight from steamship touch.
-By reference to the attractivedis- in the Florida west coast front
play ad. pn Third Page, it will be seen points beyond the Isthmus of Pan
that a new Mercantile firm for St. An- ama direct through the interior t
re drews solicits the patronage of those the Atlantic seaboard.
t- in want of general or special merchant The company proposes to tak
disc. Meesrs- C. L. Joyner & Co. hav
ng succeeded to the remaifng bank- over the Albany Northern road
ut rupt stock in ,the for so many year which extends from Cordele to A
ow popular R. F. 3Brckin establishment in bany and to build a line from A
West End, will doubtless at once in bany to the gulf. ,
vest the establishment with its old- It i. also proposed to bpida lin
a time popularity. A varied and e)ten
t sive stock is already boing placed upon from Cordele to Hawkinsville. Trh
r- the shelves, .aud with ond of the very will give a direct line to Charles
ns best locations in St. Andrews, of easy t6n,,S. -C.
>e sceess, both by land and watsr and con- A loan of $4,000,000, it is saic
u* ducted on correct business principles; has begin negotiated in Frane
i- there is no validEreasoh why the estab
'b lishment should not regain its old-time with which to build and equip thi
e. prominence in the mercantile business a line $500,000 of the loan is no'
of St. Andrews', in New York banks subject to in
mediate use Work is expected t
PORT begin at once.

"HE BANK OP ST. ANDREWS, A confirmatory dispatch,- fro
iOURCES. Cordele to the Columbus, Ga., Led
.................................$38,882 21 ger, dated Jan. 21, says, Capita
S..... ................ 7.,536 71 ists have completed organization
.............. ....... .......... of the Georgia Southwestern
.. ... ...; .......i .2,993 01O
.. ....... ................. 23,200 31 Gulf Railway. which will exten
.732 43 from Ccrdele to St. Andrews Ba3
A...... ....... .........Florida.... Promoters negotiated
A BI LITIES. Florida. Promoters negotiated

Capital Stock ................ ....... ...... .. ......... $l,&vw u
Surplusand undivided profit................. ....................... 3,003 82
ldsldMat delsv e subject to check ..... .. ........... 48.52 1
Time bertleateeof depoeit............... ........... ......... 6,07918
Certified check .......... ..... ........ .................. 47 01
Casher's oeckse o)lutatnding. .. .... ....... ...;. .. ....... 13 13
Due to Inodrporated Baks....... ........ ................ .... 627 11
Totl. .......... ...... ... .. .... ..... 622 43
I F. Bullock, Cahler t the Bank of St. Andrew*, do solemnly swear that
the above statement of the coodition of said Bank at the close of business on De
somber te 30th, 1909 is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
'. BULLOCK, Cashier,


CAPITAL STOCK, I. 1 $15,000.

N, Ip R15UOEO Pre'identeil.

F. BULLOCK, C(shie,.

.ludge L. J. rftEVES.

Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.

four million dollar loan
A similar dispatch -has appeared
in many of thIb most prominer
daily papers.
It will be remembered that th
objective terminal of the above
road is Dyer's Point, St. Andrew
The-Whatl story.
"*1 hear you are giving up yeo
charge" said one aged' and nfirm mit
sJter to another the other dany. "Ho<
:are your people taking It?"
"Oh, well," was the answer, "-m 'r
signing and they're resigned"-Live
pool Mercary.
.41sit and Hot. *" .
"mitthb got off a bright thing tV
other day."
"What was It?"
"A lighted cigar some one had car
leesly dropped into the chair he a
on.--London Pan.
Scientific Spanking
consists in punishment only when
child is actually bad. Some mothn
think that all cryingis, badness. It
!not. When your baby cries, look f
pins or -some exiernal cause; if y(
can't find them, give the baby White
Cream Varnifuge, as tee chances a
it is suffering from worms which ke
it hungry and cross all the time. Plea
ant to take-sure in its action. Pri

To Knot Her Is To Love Her I HEALTH, STRENGTH Pnd ensac a S I
BEAUTY V A Renewal of Life, a Freedom From Pain, Care and S T E A M S N I P
Wrinkles, are Perquisites to Her Devotees Shemakes ARTISTS S
Yachtinig Rest for the Wearyl Enjoyment. for ALL! Summer and ..
Aboutf,event) of the Best Building Lots on SCHE
the Ba. .SCHEI
Besides several of the T EAV GOIN
S S I R A B L E H wednesday, 4:00 p. in. PnSt.
Also some well located AC R AGE T RA CT Wednesday, 2:00 p.. m. MiPn
S Pt, e P 'iir Property .or Rteat or for Sale With Mct .. Thursday, 9:00 a. mh. Apala
AI Money to loan on goed collateral security. Mol#&ay 6:00o p. CSyiba
Regarding Board, Cottages and Everything, Write AVE. G IN
S, H N. WELLES, Select Club Man Thursday, 3:00 p. m. Carra
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. A
SDIEDAn Aspersion Suspected. Ftv daV, 11:00a. in. Panar
r DD "That Is quite a remarkhle Rin Friday, 10o:0 a m, Mihf
f In Springfield, Missouri, in her :"hant." sa te at ronnsrkle r, Penst
hrnndt.'" .raid the, conncflur
- 86th year, Mrs, Rhoda;Nixon Shep- "'*ir!" rejoined Mrs. Cuturox. AASS s T GC3-:
n pard, widow of the late Henry *"Yes'. Rembrandt, you kdow, tbh Pensacola to St. Andrew andiMill
SSheppar,' great ~atin er.e Pensacola to Apalachicola and C
Sheppar ft colonel in te U. "O I thou it you said 'remnant.'' St. Andrew and Millville to Apa
SArmy in the civil war, and mother -Washington Star. Pensaeola tO Mobile, $2.50.
t Ls H. ard of rbavo rates include meals and b
r of Liet. ..rarise H.Sheppard eof T Fractfr, V. W.WAlTERS, Gen'I Freight an
n St. Andr -, The deceased lad~ ,",Ible aI ai." sam la lod ocedi .- .- -
x had visite her son and family her oratobr.at at meeting. "I -til" semei-
6 on occasions and y her amiable 'rer tbjt am a reaction of this ig- JO. H. T1iOMP861.
is I :' re- f .; Inlcent empire."
s and refined manners ,had endeared .You are. Indeed'" said a bystander. O N R
herself to all whoa were so fortunate "and a vulgar one at tbat'--London
s to meet he.ress.
S. Ote The I Wle ral MI
trogrts Impeded.' O-M T i e A
F rst talpr-rs. I) r didn't Weakened by Over-Wor.
Shbare her way at the dress reform m eeti.n by ver-W
ie ing tisd afternoon, did phe S'eond Uniealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
.e Member-No; her gown ltted her o .eak d nhehy kidneys re re-
tightly thpt she cou!4n't make a mo- a andib o lhkinsaere
S ion.-P P-sponsible foirmuch sickness and suffering,
td Uon.-Po therefore, if kidney d ES' FINE
d g titieSS trouble is permitted to
k :, ; 6tttticl. contfflue, serious re-
1t aobbteWbsat~an egotltlncl fellow sults arste st likely
Talkalot s. eyn you 'are with hiw to follow. 'ourother T
he expect youth o be all er"s. organs may eed at- IlRDIP
Yiei and you fi, him to be 'al tention, but your ki-
-Philadelphia Reord. neys most, bcae A Full Line
they do most andII
.---.---- should have attention
t, Foey'sKidnevcemed lwillcureahy a first. Therefore, when Freight Paid on All Goods Exc
e o aeof ktey or ,bladder trouble that your kidneys are weak or out of order,
eis not beVyod the reach of medicine. It you can understand how quickly your en- Postofice
tenvigorates the entire system and tire body is affectedand how 'very organ
)d strnnnthens th kidneys so they elimin- seems to fail to do its duty,
d stnthe kneyo teyelmn If.you are sick or feel badly," begin
is ate tbeintpixli1bs of he blood Back- taking the great kidney remedy., Dr. W
n ache, rhematftm, kidney and bladder Kilmer's Swamp-Root. A trialwillcon. L.E. WARE, OTWAY
n tIroubles aRie 41, oured by this treut vice you of its great merit.
Shiroubles ored thild rand immediate effect of |a |
Medicine. Sold by all druggists. Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
n- L b s -.- bladder remedy, is soon realized. It
C 1 ... stands the highest because its remarkable
SOTIC health restoring properties have been W r
- We will be at the following plac- proven in thousands ofthe most distress-
*nd d s 1 3 i i' t ing cases. If you need a medicine you THOROUGHLY
es on the days and dates below for should, have the best. THOROUCHLY
n the purpose of collecting the state Sold by druggists inT. P
fifty-cent ad one-dl- IN
and county ,taxes for the year 1909, la sizea. You nmay .
and ass tsi~a the taxes for the have a sample bot E A D U A
.1... , I .. by. ail-free, 'also aH A.A D Q A
S year 1910.,, pamphlet telling-you e "^ T
3 and 4.bladder trouble. Mention thispa
3and ia Saturda from 10 wh writing.to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,, | .
a South Bonoiay, Saturday from 10 Binghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mis.
., a. m to 2 pa m. Feb. 5. take,but remember'the name, Swamp-.
SV-rnonfopda4 Feb.7. Root, and doi't let a dealer sell youQ
Uffig'S lk c-of rnwamp-Rwat*L-
_e yo tdo you wilt be disappointed.
Hinson X Roads, Wednesday, Feb. !i.
n lattox Springs, -Thursday, from 10 ',. Athns Saved by Poetry. f
d a. m. to 2 p. mi Feb. 10. When B. C. 404,- a ter a Lwroih atrniu
%~m tOple Atheus, the ,City. of ;**be iu>
y, Poplarhead, Friday, from 10,a, m. to Cugle,.,' a captured by l.,e suud 'T
g 2 p. m. Jaba. ]i. there were not wanting 'iainmorOu-
S Please note the above dates and voices to urge t i.1 tihe c(ty wlas.V e lus'
m neet us.- W.B.GAINER, for empire .had brouiict sui, e o The Old PIONEER
Tax Collector. Greeceought to be laid %Vwl. wi1tLh t '
- .jr J, WL sIAs ground.
S, T Asses The Sipartan general at tirst lent a Founded in 1878, and buil
ax Assessor g ear to his in;,urf,, alls. bmu now Thoroughly Reorganiz
while Ihe cQUtltUil wHas sill dlbali llo ...
e *~~ kirig'Life Safer. i this ,,an-,.u issue ,.tive : Solicis th Pt firo
i, ""y e .r was beai'd from the ctlly w....; c(hnut
, Everywhere lile is being made moro lug those nobil ,li.e r,,> te "*Ele-. of the House, of the Tradi
1- safe through the work Of Dr. King's tra" of kiul'riide. that um,.st biumiL: l iell and guarantees uniform
1. New Life.Pills in constipation. bllioes- of tbh poets tl. Gt;l.r.c'e. in. h;ih : tO
ness. dyseqpsia, indigestlon, liver trou- hre oin- ,itrists h,,r If;,lllfo it with t
bles, kidney diseases and bowel disor- the ~h:,-ICII eCxplIits of ilu'r father.
e ders. They are easy, but surs and per- who Ltl utsiwl, n tle- e towers of We Pay the Freight
is fectly buildup the health. 25c, at A. ''ry. Feed to any ':..rt fflice 'i the iHny
s- H.Brake's nd Gainer Mercantiileo.'S. lvsau'lor blti s bel e ;aid pon-
(rc l '. utiuhalt. as A..r.>m;il u).lin, who could When Rabbers Beccme I~cessary
Piayed It to the Limit. ft,| but that be.might be reserved for And your shoes pinch. Alien's Foot
Maunv writers hb \c (l, 'i rcti tbiht a : : a tts cruel?.' The e)sson of tnd- Ease, a p,,wder to be shaken nto the
ie Irish g l>laniialu, s hlTiic ^ ,lt 1 ulII *al lf.su;a was, s teho. Atbens was hoes, isjust thine h tous. 'Tlry ii
is ited. l:I~t tkhi is Is ai>srlht wxna-epruthh. -v.t for breaking in new shoes Solo eyery
ais ite. I, s iho l n byrslight erarrtto. ,rod. r where. 25c. Don't accept an"y iLub i
w aN s 1sliow Ty tVa arry bo.rrole. d frot Mirton Iu ha immortalized this dramat- tute.
i. buctk of r.lhtin t i,,'orets. it event in one of las beat Aknown son Pat
- J.ti-:try M:ar( Irltc wM often trhl guest nets: Par.nss'ln Crime
o pf frid, Mir <, u:ivi vn- llt of Ii.s .iieuw- 'The repeated air The hard looking customer bad beei
Il w;s r.xent';: o bi n ti'li:t s.t(rt of Of sail k lectra's poet had the powet arrested for stealing an nimbrella.
T-,dl Irish toplt:i'll.y .hic.b enablhdl a To save the Athenian walts frof ruin ?'What bare you to say for your
Svls;,,-r iir'fy o'ftly whtrio cnw tare. self?" asked the police Justice. "Are

j. for a rf, i i:14ll tt stay fur s~lx yvars. eum F a C you guilty or not gulltyT
ii) M.L'irt1.lr s ,,inse the vilt stretched Pneumonia Follows a Cold m one o' the guilty ones. y'r honor
t-o nenr'y .d..,l.l lhat time. After Obut. never follows the usee of Foley's reckon," answered the prisoner. "Thb
n eight or ijlit ycmrs. however, his kins- Honey and Tar, which stops the cough, umbrella had the name of J. Tbomp
& man got a litleil ,if'r of his elcst atnd heals the lungs, and expels the cold son on the handle, G. H. Brickle3
let him lIknow of his oldl ti;Ul-ioIll's 'ro- from your system. Sold by alldruggistP. stamped on the inside o' the cover, an
posed renuIvnal I.. and that l o hnd sign- I stole It from a man named Quimby."
Y, ed a contract for having it pailuted Prom SOmto Geln,. --Chicago Trllbne -
a from garret to (cellar. e:: eas'ai tfr5 o tell her right out
S"B1 (verKr.: stil .l rry. "it's for- i*hd out thai be htovd- her. so be began -- -
tuinnte tbh! I l;;n't l4c.i' t te smell I raou 'idouudalKboit wify. boptipgsle would
id f 4 i'l1 i1P,.11 wlilt well t harpe Vtch.ASil drT(t,,ACed bWttry.ti'y iiA -l
It sonp tie ton vlop an eye on the paint .coutisWu, her w fetellngs. H didn't
ers now, il~aI tie 'wall fruit is ripen dreanA but thtt itbe loved him, but Pale;Face
ing." ". tboigpb that ,Ie., like himself, was
ie Some m6ntns pa-sod. Thel his hosw- afraIdto delnnsl!rue it. You ladies, who have
re informed lhim p t i r hbe was gosag to be- "'leUart trouble.:" ase repeated. "Are dark circles under eyes, dr
married. adding. '" thought 1 tell y ou you sure yon ve heart trouble. Alfred OUt expreSSions, yOU need a
In good time. so that you collld make YoI know .itW udigtuion Is very like it The tonic you need i (C
leisurely preparatilona to go. -s the at ip's.' I i thet tn, fr v
lady and you may not hit it off as well "0at. I kLnoWy Ive got h.art trouble. It is the bet tonic for
ar as you ard t do." all right, raj t you n it ?.ourtWf?" a are specifically adapted for
- With ie.trful eyes Jerry grasped his "et\y. how il.ly. Aittd: l o one the womanly organs and hel
w cousin's haud. saying: can- ste atiirt trouble 'They have t, vitality to the worn-out wom
"Oh, D)an;dear, you hare my hearty feeL,It. -Have you taien anything to L Cardui is a vegetable r
e" "fhulks for your couslderation: but, tt''. erals, no iron no potassium,
" dear, deo surely if you can -put- 'No. not yet. I.ut 1-1 wunt to. don't gerous, or habit-forming drul
up'with her I an, y:ollu, ut .." ,, It is perfectly harmless at
"ti hen whr don't roii r'
I"j I woid that 1s. if I could Yget
J "'E(',mId'lt , :il It. AIlfred?"
*os ithqpH Olb l hx eh iu^ .';tfII- I-.(o ,,' . !-kIW,"
S-."i-vp oil irid'r'. v r =7 *-14 ^
( St Si:r ,c for Iwn provoking moments.) W r
SF E "A If rd:" -fordiyi. TWO .

a SE D^S -oil- "I.,"'s har .- a game of checkers."- "After my doctor had dc
rs most luscious B.,isoi thpra d. writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of
ra vegetable, rlait the best
,t's eseta Fr. ela-rt e b -- dui, on the advice of a frie
beeus etheynPvcrfaaUillnyild lh ni,,,ripse ntnr, afi s ot, tu vO *:tR "Before taking Cardui,
Sr a. nd farmer everywhere r :ind s~ePfih rihws )of life :nul the world troubles for five years, but sin
ou knef rhy-Tsheest Waertheu-i ther envlouof the happinesste
U W sfnda e ither d o i the Iappiness "I think there is some (
e's For sn. For Male of others or denies its existence.-
re verns,,,a, that I ever saw.'` Y64 dru
ep FRrPeon quess J i A' Ad ea"' DOet- Ch
Its- ILmhI fM..%I"e -NEaMnda Wmbmaook,
imamuta &Maan provant P"O"Mefil

Andrew & Gulf



W. C. BAEIOW. Mast#e,

clh ic{ola,
na City,

Wednesday, 8:00 a. nM
Wednesday, 0:00 a. i
Wednesday, 10:00 %. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
Friday, 2:00 a m. -
Friday, 12 m.
Friday, 11:30 p. m.
Friday. 11,30 p.m,

M-E- 1&R .ArTMES.
Iville. $5.00.
arrabelle, $7.50.
luchicola, $5.00.
erths. H. H.
d Pass Aet.


u.tL. JOY NER-

IPSON & coO,



of Furniture !
ept Meal, iirfr and fed it Any
on the Bav.



canfile Con






SSTORE Business,

t up by tLe late L. M. Wale,
ed under New Aanagement
nage of Old Patrons
ng Post, and of new ones as
n fair and courteous treatment
,un ail Goin,,ds ee3)t Fhlir. Mcal and

Cream Vermifuge



*KWmrs r t* MIVATrfI.
RBaIard-Snow Liniment Co.
Sold by Gainer .Mercantile Co.

d Women
ale faces, sallow complexTons,
awn features aqd tired, worn-
ardui, the woman's tonic.
women, because its ingredients
women's nerds. They act on
p to give needed strength and
anly frame.
medicine. It contains no min-
no lime, no glycerin, no aan-
gs of any kind.
nd safe, for young and old to use.


man's Tonic
ne all he said he could for me,"
Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Car-
nd, and it helped me so much
I had suffered from female
ce taking it, I am in good health.
of the best advice in your book
iggist sells CarduL try ft
1"Ho" tat lr WO rir.

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Spesil Re- ori to te'Ba.o. "'e i l fi eio, t tb't B Wr.
S Mr. J. Dyer has been making Rev. W. M. Croman is qui
Some repairs on his launch, Cupid, busy, cleaning up his hotel proper
tie past week. ty, getting it in readiness for tb
On Saturday the 15th inst., Miss coming season.
-'S Florence Dyer and Mr.Jesse Kirvin Capt, A. V. Landgraf was calling
were united in the bonds of matri- at Cromanton and Panama City o
money, at the home of the bride's the Lone Star, Monday.
Thursday, Jan. 27. 1910. parents. Wednesday night qnite a Mr. F. W. Hoskins is building
r- II larre number of friends gave the an addition to Mrs. Eckar's eottage

gar per b Tea. per
Granulated ...6 r-4 He Nb .......... S
4oftee, Guinpowder .... 4
reen ........ n at Uno8'd Jap .. 4. -
Arbuckle.. b 20 Cdnd milk per ca
Singer Snaps ...... 0o U' ewetn' .... i
Crackers, sol ...10 S*eterned:..... I
tobacco. plog ..30 to5o Baling Powder
Gisins,. Royal Ro ..y....
London layers $- Campbell d..;..;; i
SValenci ..; .~.t Canned fruit
Uce ..... .. o to Peaches ...... oa
Apples Toma toes ... .Io-i
Dried Peiat1.. 1x Pears .........
CE*l Oi pr gil . 6 Plums ........ I
Gasoline ......... o Apricot ..... o10-24
Florida Syt'Il .... 3 Strawberries so toxi
Honey .... ...o Pineapple .... i-4
Vinegar ;' 30 Canned meats
Cta r o .... Roast Beef .. ... i
bitter..... 35-46 orned Beef .... t
OCeomrieri t8 Chipped Beef.. B f
r i Ib' t..o s Lobster ... io&
eas ........... Salmon o.... at
Cocoiriutl pug .... *o Canned vegetables
Jelly glass .... ,oa*s Baked Beans ..5toix
I.me Juie .......1S4 Corn ........ oati
Eggs pOr dot ...... S Peas ......... .
Pumpkin .... it
Nailrof tb., Y. 3. Ax, withi:S. r e i.
Obelisk ..... 3.49 Bacon Sides ....
Corn Meal tir bt ...8 Fresh .......S aoi
Oat Mealpr b.... '0 C Br'kf'st Bac'n x6-s
Corn pr bu ;...o Ham cany's'd..
Potatoes Sholdecrs ..... .i
Irish ........ *.40 Beef
Early R'se seed .. .8o Corhed 9. ; ..
Sweet ....75 tot .oo Fresh ...... iotoi5
alt pr sack .. .00 Dried ......... s2
Table. ....... Milkpr tt........ o
Nails pr t.... 4a5 % Ax, with fiandle .. .oo
Galv wire do i. 7to8 Hoes, each .. 1,. 3SISo
Manilla o .. e toi8 Copper pain, can... 6o
Stoves. cook .$Sa$2s Linsetd oil. gal. .5sa6o
Pipe pr joint ... is
Prints pr yd ... 6a7 Checks ......, 6to 8
meetings ....... Sa9 Flannel ....... Sa40
Muslin ........ 9ax Thread per spool .. S
Jeen ...... S4 Shoes, dies .....
S...$, $2q.7s, $400
Me n's .$.4o a4.oo
RHayj pf t;... .23 Oats pr bu '..;.... 75
Bran. ..... .* S BrickprM .... 13.-0
RopeSisal....... 7a Limepr bbl .... So
Oranges per do... s30o Pecans pr 1' ..... i
Apples ......... oao Walnuts ........ 2o
Lemons ......... 3 Almonds ........ *i
Inhellpr ,oo....oo Opened prqt .....ao
Horses ..... soaSSo Cow c.. r ... $s to
Mules..... BSoa$ TS Hog2 ...- .. Sto$6
Oxen pr yoke .... $6o Sheep .... ...
Chickens each .4oaso Geese each .... i 45as
rurkeys ..... 9oa. 5o Ducks .......-.. 2So
Fresh Salt
Mullet prdoz:.. .'- a Mullet pr. bbl 4.5o
Trout ........ 2s Trout........6. so
Pompano pr lb.. io Pompano .... o0.00
Sturgeon ..... xo Mackerel .....8.oo
flooring Ceiling
]eartper m-.. $14.o0 Heart. perm ...44.oO
Face ...... 12. oo Face .. 12.00O
Sap "..... 10.00 Sap ... 10.00
Drop Siding Clapboards'
ieartl face pr m $1 s. oor x6in pr m .... e2.
Sap "... a 0o.o Finishing lum-r
Suflf timber . at a12 berd ... t$xa
art shingles.. 2.50 Lath, prm n..... a.oo'
Sap ... z. so Boat lumber, -'
dressed .... $sao

IiOW'H ''1t1111","
V offer One linlu,-e.l D'ltlars Rcward
Sor any cade or Ctai't rla thattai ia t; e
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
f.r. LH EuN EY Ji CO., PrOps., Toledo,O.
We the undersigined, have known F. J
Olteney ortheilast 15 yea's, and Ielieva
nim perfectly hoinorklle hi all hiusiners
transactions anll tin4neci-llv aable to carr)
vot anir obligations made lv. their firm.
, "'eul &Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0
Wsldint, Ki&uan & Marvin, -,
Whtolesale Druggists, Toledo,'O.
Halt's Oatarrh Cure is taken internally.
ciing directly upowi the blood atidinuc
ous suraft'Aces of the system. Price, 75c
per little 8Sold by all druggists.
Sotd by I)ruggitsi,Yrivec 7 .c. per bottle.
Take dali's FamuilT Pills, for noustipa
wid ,t.ures,

The antiquary took down a little
gray book. "Here Is a "family doc-
tor,' he said, "that was published as
far back as 1i(;l. Talk about your
quaint prescriptions!" The. first pre-
sctription, a truly quaint one. ran: "If
a man be greed wvtih the falling
sickneswe, let him take a he-wolves
harte and maRe It to powder and tuse
it; but If it be a womiu, let her take
a she-ynlve s lh:rte." A- j1ll Jaundice
cure wau:' "Take earthwormes and cut
them small, aud braye them wyth a lit-
tle wyne so that.,ye tflhy swallow it;
drincke the samme fasting." For tooth-
ache: "Seeth as tnalty little frogges
sitting upon trees as thou canst get,
In water;.take the fat flowyug, from
them, and wheu nede is. anoynt the
teth therwyth."

young couple a serenade; after Rev. A. Payne Thompsonmove
which they were invited into the to Watson Bayou last Thursday
house, where music and dancing and will erect a cottafie immedi


.- .. -. . . .
Tsos -te Character of YonLant"

; Kind of Crop You Want to Grow

and we will fill the order of aniy grower
in Florida with the fertilizer he really needs
to meet the crop-producing requirements
of his particular soil.
The growers of so other state are avered
with such an opportunity. Most rowers
by w roa guesswork they just buy a
Frts i to, that's a No need at any Flrtia
grower taking chances. We want ealwsW
the character of soil, the knad of crop to be
grown. We have built oar reputation eOi
being unmistakably able to mix a ertlitue
that ferltizes.
Thirty years of experience in Florid
gives the grower a chance to get a t-
vice that can be rendered by to other
FREE TRUCK fertilizer manufacturer.
t h Feor 'r You ought to have that ind ad service.

SSnd your name and address and tell us the number earres and' i tubtivated.
We 'want YO U to haa'v a free topy of the rgq ediiio of our Florida Almanac.
II i"/ l "." -ii .] 4.1. "

rb were enjoyed.
t Mr. L. W Enzor jr. was dow
U from Sandy Creek, Sunday.
: Rev. J. H. Leavitt came up c
* the mail boat; Saturday and pro
ceeded to Early.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Dyer and M
ao I Mrs. L. Kirvin were visiting
With friends at Allanton, Sunday.
Mr. D. :W. Raffield towed a barg
s load df timibif frpm thh Allanto
Smill, up Wetappo Creek, Saturday.
Mr. I; York was a business calle
Here, last Saturday:
S Mes sr. T. T. and C. D. Alla
were in our little village, Satirday
Mrs. M. Dytf is quite sielt at thi
Mr. A. i. Sheffield paded her
on route up Sandy Creek, Mdiiday
SMr;t J;i. Kirvin is suffering front
a large boil on his left Wrist.
Mr. T. J. Kinatd and family wen
over to Mi. D. W. Raffield's on
camping trip Sunday: Mrt K. i
going to hliul some logs for Mt
The ctomet was seeti at Wetappc
Friday night for the fitst time. I
was low itn the west, aiid went be
low the horizoti about six o'clock
in the evenitig.

Special Reptor to the Bitb'.
The weather is quite changeable
Gardens are riot doing well.
There have been several pretty
f.ir catches of fish. recently.
The 4Roland family have moved
into tle Leavitt house.
Mr. Sanson is making prepara-
tion to build a new house.
Mr. Rogers has just completed a
house upon,his homestead.
Mr. Russell has worked out his
orange grove and will return, Mon-
day, to his farm near Marianna.
Mr. Studebaker of. 4-GCmatton
was here last week on some legal
business with our justice of the
peace, Mr. Milton.
Mr. Clayton Raffield has a new
launch, which makes the twelfth on
this end of the Bay.
Mr. and Mrs. Kronmiller were
visiting in Farmdale, Sunday.
Dr. Jones ot Jt. Joseph came
through, on his way to Millville, to
get lumber to build a house on his
Elder Leavit will preach here
next Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Raffield,
a boy; Mother and child doing well,
and the stork visited Mr. and Mrs.
Sanson and left a girl-boys must
have mates, you know.
Mrs..Schermer has gone to Mo-
bile t be with her mother, who is
very sick.
Mr. L. Harrisonbrought in a big
sack of furs, Monday, which are
worth at least $60.
Quite Rare.
fClu--Wlinat dltid you think of our
inmt.teur tbterrtrh'nl. Mlas Mamnte
Rather a nr'.r, 'rte'taillOtL. WaS It
inot Mls< Mlanlak.-Welt-er-yse; It
w.teIn't ,er.y well dote, to bhe sure.-
"Illa rl r' B axn r. "
Avnrtr ImwreaNse with the ncreas-
Ine pile of gold.-JuvenwaL

Every V=man Will o laterestod.
There has recently been disooVered
an aromatic pleamanl herb enre for wo-
man's ills, called Mother Gray's AUS-
TRALIAN-LEAF. It is the only cer-
tain regulator. Cures female weak-
nesses and backache, kidney, bladder
und urinary troubles. At all Drug-
mists or by mail 50 cta. Sample FlEE.
Address, The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy,
N. Y.
Deatrt t.,lrh '* i er i..oga.
Tllr vetitrttarlntn was handagtltge ti
g oft Ftl' lch Iptodle w'lla tlhrit"
.,hon r'nu. "( h aUK k't4 the v'litor t,'
S"akee h e nt'.asep a
I'Pleaae tell thy' dowtr." "atid a w(vo
Uian t t the other ,fnt of tihc wit "thnt
King Chatrles i1 dettd aiid we would
:Ike a dtcub cerfltlaatih right away."
The Tlltor trnatistttlt 'he iic nw of
royalty demli". tbetu added <.,aetithing
about the "tollfonotry of getting a
demth certificate (fir a dog."
,It may be tomfoolery." id the
veterinarian. "but a lot of people with
pet cats andt doi ( nre guilty of It. If
a real Kiug Charles was dead and 1
was making out a certificate to file
with the board of health I shouldtake
no more paina than 1 shall for that
family that has loet a dog. Hia age
and the date of death will be recorded.
and the disease that carried him off
will be descrtwed In detail. Of eourae
the owners of valuable animals are
most likely to ask for death certifl-
eates. but very often the posaessr of
an ugly little ear that has crept Into
tbi affections wants one too."--New
tot& Ot.
Don't trifle with kidney and bladder
trouble. Take %DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder .Pills Sg o treetedand you wil
at once nete astfsactery t~eults. De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
antiseptic, healing asa soothing. Be
sure andg oret dWfitt's Ldflty aida
Bladder Pills when you ask for thetif
Rehusie's5si ti tet anid' ,nott ie 1n. oek
for the' fame on the package, Sold bly
all druifglte .

ately. He and Mr.J. B. Atkinso
'n have the foundation laid for their
new machine shop and it will b
on completed in a few weeks The;
o- have had a good deal of trouble ii
securing the machinery, it having
r. been shipped January 5th an<
ig blockaded ever since by the heavy
snows in Illinois.
;e Mr. C. W Forbes was in town
n Sunday evening.
The launch, Comet sunk at the
(,, wharf .n the sudden blow las
Thursday night. It has been raise
n ed, however, and does not seem to
{ be any the worse for the immer-
s sion.
Mr. Payne Thompson was in Pan-
te ama City on business, Monday
. morning.
S Mr, J. B. Atkinson left for Bay-
head bn the miil boat, Monday to
t close the deal for the sale of his
S The oil launch, Imperial made a
trip to St, Andrews on the 24th.
The children are busy each even-
o ing cleaning up a playground at
t our new school house;
S On account of the heavy weath-
k eri our mail wan eairied on the
Dixie, last Friday.
Mr. W. Lee is assisting Capt. R.
L. Studebaker, on the Pfeiffer,
this week
Mr; and Mrs. Maugher were shop-
ping in Millville, Monday.
Mrs. J. N. Forbes was visiting
friendsjn town; Sunday
Capt. H; M. Spicer has sold his
20 horse power motor, to Mr. Mor-
ton Rynearson of St. Andrews,
who will install it in a speed hull,
and expects to have ofie of the
fastest boats on ths bay.

A Wild Blazard Raging
brings datiger, suffering-often death
-to thousands who take colds, Coughs
and1 lnerippe- hat tarrr or Winter
and Spring, Its danger signals are
"stuffed up'" nostrils, lowerpart of nose
sore, chills and fever; pvla in back of
head, and a throat-gripping cough.
When grip attacks, as you #alue your
life, don't delay getting Dr, King's
New Discovery. "One bottle cured
me." writes A. L. Dunn,of Pine Valley,
Miss,, "after being laid up' three
weeks with grip." For sore lungs,
hemorrhages. coughs, colds, whooping
cough, bronchitis, asthma, its supreme.
59c. and $1.00. guaranteed by A. H.
Brake and Gainer Mercantile Co.
All For the Men.
A parson was sent for by a dying
parishioner, who had always sternly
refused to have anything to do with
him before. He hurried to her bed-
side. found her In a most contrite
mood and made the best of his oppor-
tunities In a long extempore prayer.
ending with a sonorous "Amen!"
The last word made her sit up with
sudden energy. "Aye," she exclaim-
ed, "that's It! It's a' for mel and
nowt for us poor women in this
world t",

Mr. John Laidgraf of St. Pau
te Minn., is visiting his brother, A. V
r- Landgraf and their father at Cr<
h inanton, this being Mr. John's fir?
visit to florida, and the two broth
gers made the.Buoy a pleasant visil
Mr. John will remain for a shor
ime, only.
S Mr. and Mrs. M. E, Asire ane
. young daughter, of Marquette
d Mibh. arrived on Thursday last
Week. by rail, via. Fenacola an(
i Cottondale and will remain for the
n winter. At present tky are guests
r at The Oaks, but may take a cot.
etage, later. h
y Mrs. Johnston and her three
n daughters who have been living at
9 the old Gwaltney place for some
d time,. left last week for States-
Sborough, Ga. During their resi-
dence here they have made many
Friends whe regret ery much to
lose them. :
Mr. W, H. Parker of Parker who
was called to the hod of his father
in Tennessee, because' of the' aged
gentleman's serious' aflictionwith in-
flammation of the bladder, returned
to his home a few days ago. and on
Monday vyisietdj St. Andrews, ac-
companied by Capk. A. R. Percival
and during his call at the Buoy
office stated that his father showed
some slight improvement, when he
left him; but that on accountof
his age, but faint ho e are enter-
tained for his complete recovery,
Mesdames H.M. Spiper and J. N.
Forbes called at the Buoy office on
Monday morning, to shake hands
with "the printer's devil"; other-
wise known as Mrs. W.A. Emmons.
Mr. John Surber of Nixon was in
town Monday. Hi talks of moving
back to St. Andiews.
Mr. Milton HowJett is in St. An-
drews this week, visiting his sisters,
Mrs. Dr. Wilson and M~rs M. Wells.
Mrs,.J. N. Forbe" and Mrs. H. M.
Spicer of Cromafin are visiting in
St. Andrews this week, with Mrs.
P. E. Wilson, Mrs. Drummond and
Mrs. Ware.
Messrs. Leland Vickery and Chas.
Porter sr. have returned from a trip
to Atlanta, Ga.; Anyone desiring to
know the history of that city, can
be informed by uncle Charley.
Dr. Crowley and 'family went to
Hurricane Iland, Ttiesday, Capt. C.
Dispennet took them o'b' the tiunch
Alice D.
Mr. Milton Hd*wltt took Dr. and
Mrs: Wilsoh to Millville, Tuesday,
on his launch The Liberty.
Mr; Carr, son-in-law of Dr. Ctow-.
ell, arrived from Indiana,Saturday,
to join his wife and family. who
came here some time ago
Mr; Faut iafd family are occupy-
ing the Hockstead cottage, by the
Baptist chArch, on LIorqte a48.
Mr. Wilson Tasker dfi Comanten


This Is to noelify my Ir ends and the
voter,,of Washington county, that, al-
ter due consideration of requests of col i
stituents, I have decided to be a candi-
date for re-election to the office of Tax
Assessor, subjecting myself to the re-
sults of the forthcoming primary elec-
tion. I have endeavored to do my duty,
showing partiality to none.
I thank you in advance for your sul -
port and influence.
Respectfully, J. J. WILLIAMS.

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. ., "till I
got box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
was soon cured." Burns, boils, ulcers,
fever sores, eczema, chapped hands,
chilblains vanish before it4 35c at A.
H. Brake's and Gainer Mercantile Co.s.
Both Tainted.
"Youa m to the employ of that mil
Itonalre up on the hill, aren't your
snapped the sharp.faced woman who
ran the butter and e g shop.
.."Yes. ma'ant seepospdme4 the map in
the whit apon. "and I want two
pounds of butter for my master's ta-
le. He sad he'd send to town after
tt, only the roads are so bad."
"He dld, eh? Well, we are not par-
ticular about his trade. Did you tell
him I said his money was tainted?*
"Indeed, I did."
"And what did he say?"
"Baid so was your blamed old but-
ter."--Chcago News.

L Cleame and beautlfies the ha I
Promotes a laxdriant growth.
o.ever Pa t to Eestore Oray
aitr to its Youthful Color.
eom salp diuele &a hair flliog.
SIbcnd l100 t Druggirts

ALLIE BORROS, Proprietor.
*7T Ban&A St One Door Nortli of Gvaltaey's Sihop.

SNew Uo-to-Date Equipmerit!
't make a Specialty of Bread. Cakes, RoIls a d Pies
,I,, fall Kinds.
All Ord4rlf CiQen Prompt At.entiont

"' I


Th. Leading Drug Store
: OF STf. AWDa.ZWs
Knowing drug values, is of course, the most- important
feature of our busineea but it has not taken 'all of our time to'know
drug values. We ktaow the value on TOILELT bSPECIALIES. We
know how to select abd buy the very finest that are made.

Tedt the Frqra"nG of Our


Examine OurToilet Waters

They are t surpassed' in petmanency
ano deltCay of odor. "'We keep a com-
plete assortment of tbe most delicate
domestic and imported perftumes and
Toilet Waters thtoughotit iOtt efltite
Toilet G'oo d apartment
The most fat iidlosa SWOtO J S Pleased.
We have a ea rtia1eitof elltofit 8Mpf Toilet Sp oi es e Sponges for the
Bath that ot e neatet tf perfeotat tbthr at ay *6f ve 'ss W Toflt Soaps Ufee
from impurities oe n6t ti be found oitrj here W ave Tiem'< If vyu wa-nt
anything in this line here is the plade f' et i .,
TOILET POTDMER-The attention odl f fadf% !s who crie fd ~Savea.ri.re
tain beautiful complexion,. a soft ari d fIaltbf lkite slZft, is fealled to oir .~ia
of delicate powders a d.vompIhlionr b'Aa'tiflera. P'rdect t4e dpen pores of the
skin from dirt, wind and dist by v(e use sf these aids to' charm. No woman's
ollet id complete without a dust of fatrltly scented powder oVete the ne6k and
face. Tooth Powders, fastes,..Washes, Cok(itetics ap Ro iues of every .escrin-
tiou. Tfooth Brushes, Haft Br-ushes, Com'bl, Maniciure ves, and all lte' little
toilet requisites so seential to comfort. health n.4 beaut yare to.bb found here
i' endless variety.. ellable RU BElS I l iS in hidte-
partmentour stock is sompllete. M Wh Or goo-ls
SAyur Wfood* are the beqt makes and will nbt d isappoi nt1 your.
We Sel l 1 A1TMZ ZIDI)XC0ItS in demaniy
A. J H JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, FFl.

t Ask youi doctor asboi d
wisdom of your keeping Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in the house,
ready for cold r Cough, croup,
Sbroachitis. f he says t's all
S right, thed t # bottled of it
at once hy not show a
little foradilht in ul~h mditiersP
. Early treatment, early cte.;
We W ylto our froula
n i r** baih al-hol
Many eras W aou
Many a bo1 called dili bd Istupid,
when the whole trouble is due to a lazy
liver e. W frmly believe your own doc-
tor will tell you that an occasional dose
of Ayer's Pills will do such boys a great
deal of Good. They keep the liver active.
i---i by the a. C. AoW Co.., L enl. Xta.-

was a welcome ,aller at the Buoy
office Wednesday .ternoon.
Mr. C. Er Braokin came down
from Southport, "Friday. to get Mr.
Powelll boat, the Lenore, He re.
turned Saturday.
Mr. C. W. Forbes of Cromanton,
was repairing the Buoy's private
phone, yesterday.



Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats,

Shoes, Groceries, Hardware#

Paints, Salt,

Boat Supplies.


Real Estate




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A.H. Brake,k


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k'o'rsjoA. 1zsfsTritviatiirs.



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Drags iediins, Fancy Tolet Arlile,

I Handle no Oack Nostfrum
DR.jJ.i KESTER. M Drun-gr6,
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The W toh Tr* Tree.
U6mrtry people Mpeak of the elder Where Nature Ccokit~Is FoPt'.
tree as "the wlhc'".' trno" anid I certHain pria ot \Nw '/.in'id' tnl1
planted It lieze' fafrm dult!di ,',s and native and wtlilo weninve1i, n l i. lintfIi-
dairies to k i,:p i i' t wie, l:,y CAo tal hot sprlug, t,( d.u ,l Ir *i*.l0i:.j II
say that flbe rv4ion,. -,.niial tn r come the Rotorua rejrlun. it iattrii rlait
near a' d lI. ,,i'l -, ,s :.- w into it. or whether the wek wIPuk hs fti r'aK~' I'
the' after wiil L "'i--ilitd." E etyn's Ptece of mtn, ll l itrrl r.I' ',--''
opinion wa1 a: ifa lnravortblh-. He pudding, nal ai, I,. .. I. ri.
says: "I do by p.o meant commend out or doors an"Id li ph',rlkt .d. ll
the scent of It, which Is very-noxious utensil in a sleian II 'rtv ; ., v iI
to the air. then put on. and a -i..,- ?.
"We learn'from Bieslus that a ce*- sackllig oVer the Whole cuHjiiieltes t;.,'
tain house in Spain. seated among operation. In a .hnrt tin fe tWiim'r IN`
many elder trees, diseased and killed ready. At Whikarewa'rowar tlit-fpitirpe
nearly all its lIhabitnnts, Which, when earth just benw:lth the, surfr., ia ":
at last they were gnibbed up. became fiass of bulling ,prirnc i:i:, ri
a very healthy arnd wthlon p 1, "ga llons oaf hoil A zr li.- ,. ..
Cattle scarcely l.h t ending vapors .ekyw-r Irii l j ',...r -'
Sthe mole is drivert n.:, ff t od Strike he gti'ntl r ,~a i ;
the mole Is drlieir t, n: with a hi' la ul t.I I t
Canrters otla.4;,I.a<, l~ra .n'.hr;< on' th ir on'f r'me ;r lJ wihh t HwMt*br "- M,.' i'w..
horses' beads to keep oftf rf.- Notb- otr for bathstheWk h alr i' h,. a
Ing will grow wellIn the c.mi.tbe of tir the ordinsry ia:1'al',.Irf vl'lt b ,.'-..
the elder, and whlrIu It h:f. r.ef re.- fortld is always oil h;i .rl it
moved and all Its rmofs' : old is always h ..
grubbed up It Is some few yenr.s ' ------
fore the grco nd becomes rrfectfy er.v. ,l
sweat and good fof anythtng.--Sol- EeryM1ther -
tiorii'd Magazine. if ofib eoild b. worri d vthen thi t rtle'
Stones have' iC66U tzir vold. rL rtAv t'act
Best for colighs and colds is Kenne- o croup r peuoI.v o. ie,.iolnR--
dy'sLaxativeGough Syrup. It mov ,s te t to something bre .erils.- Bat
the bbW els freely yot gently att thero- lard's Horehbound Syrun will cire th-
by drives the cord from t'e system. It troble tat once nd Dre entany on.--
stops the otugh. Children Hce it- ,licatson. Sold b43 Giner lEptile'
pleasant titake eldb. all druetis_ c .. --
tW; Y



What Kodol Will Do

or o, when yu ned t, Bt the longer you neg
lect adieon, te more you will uffer before Kodol
am restore Good Digestion.

And, of course, Indigestion If neg-
leated long enough, brings on sert-
6s diseases in which Kodol cannot
benefit yu. Some of these there
Ia no help for at all.
There are, Il fn fct. ry few all-
Semts whieh eaamut be traced di
rmetly to impure blood. And Ia-
ure blood is always due to a dis-
ordered stomach.
Use Kodol and prevent Nervous
Kedol will effectually assist Na-
ture to secure a.complete re torsa
tia of good digestion. It does
teis by at onoe digesting all food
It the stomach and keeping It dl-
goeted, until the stomach is rested
and ean resume its own work. Ko-
del removes the cause-sad the
Ofeet quickly removes Itsett.
When It is recalled that Apo-
o.en CoBuiudonm--are due to
gr dgtl aWnd polsos thus
' 4Matfd to the b and
ur Whbe tivat-
ee of VPltalat g od die-
I gat once realtsed.

We knew what Kodol would do
before ever the flret bottle was
eld. If we did not knew just what
It will do, we would not guarantee
It the way we do.
It is eauy for you to prove Kodol
-the aext (or the first) time you
have an attack of indigestion. And
you-will certainly be surprised at
the result. I perfectly harm-
There can be 6'harm In trying
something that may do you a great
deal of good-when It costs you

Our Guarantee
00 to pf"nas a tday ad ge ta* 01
Itl bottle. w1TB iter yoUt tavee ad trl
entire contents of thr bottle" foU 01
h esly s, thbt It ha not doa 0yoo M&
returan tb botls to tI 0 at a1 0
fie winl rft ottI money wtkhoIt ueae-
*tot tor M s botle. De't hott 1
f ow t&-t onr o runu = Io
tii~tI f appliesl o the lare bottle
e to bee one In a famly1s e yaro eo4>
tmS bottle.
Kodol Is prepared it the labora,
toriesof B.C. DeWitt ACo., Chtca.

I~ ~ II = II



"f Part They Played In the Life
of Peggy and Dick.

KCopyrlght, 19 0. by Asolated' Literar

The Merritta' wedding presents had
bee Tvery plaia and practical. They
had few rich friends, and their rela-
tives had confined themselves to furnl-
tare and useful articles for the small
Eat. Peggy's girl companions had
*g7fyn her centerpieces and lingerie.
and Dick's office colleagues had clubbed
together and had presented a cut glass
punch bowl.
But Aunt Judith gave silver spoons,.
beary, solid and richly chased.
"I think It was lovely of her," said
the little wife as she set her own table
. or the first time. "A little good silver
I. such a help. Some day we will buy
forks and knives to match, won't we,
Dicky, beyr?'
S"sure," said Dick easily. "They've
gt to appreciate me at the office soon.
I won't let them grind me down this
' ay always."
But a raise In salary was slow In
coming. Dick's worth was evidently
ot-as apparent to his employers as to
himself. and gradually the furniture
and carpets began to grow shabby, and
tMe silver spoons were still the only
sign of elegance in the Merritts' home.
Peggy polished them every day.
"You see." she told Aunt Judith, who
came from her little bome town to
visit them, "we don't seem really poor
%bhenu we cun sip our tea from shining
"It is you who brighten things up,"
saMid Aunt Judith, "you with your
eliVerful fane.'"
-Oh"--muddeuly Peggy's voice broke
ard her eyes filled--"ohb Aunt Judith.
you don't know how hard it Is to smile
somUet lUes."
"'Why, child"-there' was consterna-
tion In the old lady's tone-"aren't you
baoov T'
rnnrmnred. "but I don't know *hat
hab irt into me. I can't see things
rht ftny more."
After that Dirk's days were spent In
teareh of work and Peggy's In sewing
eo little white garments which she
ninde from her own wedding lingerie.
lhe had not written to Aunt Judith of
rhe Ihd state of affairs, and there was
ano mn else. for Peggy was an orphan.
s a an wans Dick.
-The rneswh twe me so scant in sub-
stance that at last Dick said: "It's
hardly worth while to serve boiled po-
tartosr with llver spoons. is It, Peggy?
Tro'd better let me pawn them and
pov the rent."
*.fh. nor" Peggy's hand was over her
-nrt "Oh. nor'
"Well. the first thing you know we'll
ls .et nut in the street."
The~ Int Peggy's face had come
something that Dick had never seen
ibfort-a white look of contempt.
"IU I were a man." bhe said slowly.
"1 .d break stonog on the .'oad
FIst than not hb aoN* to rpport my

P'r a moeno t Dick stared at her;
then be flung himself out of the room.
After he bad gone Peggy cried hope-
lpssty. But at last she wiped her eyes.
gathered up the silver spoons. and she.
too.' went out.
Whein she came back she hnd th.-
rmofey for the rent and the mnaterin'
for a good dnner, for the spoons were
heavy and had brought a gmd prk'e.
She cooked the dinner and waited for
Dick. But he did not naiue. The food
grew cold. and she S r lhiwn at the
window, watlhlug. The thie e'veatlh
grew Aito night, and jiltil uIe pri,.hel
When Dick came ito ab' was sa:leep
en the comh." levr le wi i ~lhite ns
he bent over her. am: Ia,,rp a'I re rte;ri'
on her cheeks. He kr'tll ln.iilde her.
"OlK ftegy!"' he mormanr,'.
F:' sajt up and ntu.,".ld t11 drear-
ily. "' Ibotught--I didn't k.u ~ w-her,
-., wvr-e." s.le whi'eretd..
, .1 ...4 t,., t a .r r of

IIl suppslst0i
1a tt D. IMl. TeBmpB.a Bap't
Bridsd cSnMarI, R C.. Writ: "a taM an i
1.hn di sII aTea ta i t hm." Ds. U. N. Dt*.U

eqsna yearm.'- rPa mW oplu Fr o "el
by h.ar. Ma. NTI NUO. s LANeGA Pts P

U ilo S Andrew's ay by Dr. W. G. MlLdhell

that day-of how he had goue to the
reter and had stood on the bridge and
"It's bn account of Dick. Things
aren't going right with him at the of-
fice. They don't seem to get on with
*him or he doesn't with them, and he
gets blue, and it isn't easy for me to
cheer him up."
"1 see," said shrewd Aunt Judith.
and that night she asked the young
husband, "How are things at the of-
"Rotten," was the illuminating re-
ply. "They promised to give me a
raise a year ago, but they haven't
done it"
"Why not"r asked Aunt Judith.
"They don't appreciate me." Dick
flung out.
"Perhaps," Aunt Judith began and
then stopped. "I am not going to help
him out," was her mental comment.
"He has his own lesson to learn."
But Aunt Judith did not realize that
while Dick was learning his lesson
Peggy must suffer.
"He thinks too much of himself,"
was her further thought as the days
went on. "I'll let him work hard until
some of the conceit is taken out of
And with that she packed her bag
and went back to her little home town.
Dick was not made of stern stuff.
and as the days went by the clouds on
his face grew darker and darker, and
at last he came home early one after-
noon and threw himself heavily into
the chair.
"VWell. I'm out of a job," he said as
Peggy crossed the room to welcome
.'Dick!" Her volce came tremulously.
"They said they didn't want nme any
more; that I wasn't any giod. And
It's the truth. I am not any good.
She knelt down beside him. "You
are the dearest thing in the world to
me, ricilhard." she said, and her arms
went around his neck.
For n amomenit he let them stay there;
then he flung them off. "You'll begin
to see how worthless I am after a
time." he said. "I'm no good, Peggy.
A man who can't keep bis job and sup-
port his wife might as well be dead."
Then as he saw the sick horror in
her fare he gathered her Into his
arms. "I didn't mean just that." he
had wondered why life should not end,
of how. in the window of the second-
hand shop on his way back, be had
seen the silver spoons, their wedding
spoons, heavy and solid, and chased.
The vision had come to him of Peggy
In her white gown and veil-of her
face as he had kissed her at the altar-
Und all at once the manhood bad
waked in hiu. and he had gone back
to his old employer and had asked
for work. humbly acknowledging his
faults, telling of his wife. and they had
taken him back.
"'1 know now why I failed," he said
as he fluished telling her what he
could. "1 wouldn't give the best in
me. But now I'm going to work hard
for you-and-the kid, Peggy."
A week later, when Aunt Judith came
swooping down on them and found
out the real state of affairs, Peggy
confessed about the spoons. "I hated
to sell them," she said, "but I just had
to, Aunt Judith."
And that very afternoon Aunt Ju-
dith bunted up the secondhand shop
and bought them back, and whie Dick
ceme home they were shining on the
table. sai .-a
"And now." said Aunt Judith as she
sipped her tea and watched Dick eat
the beefsteak and omelet which she
had purchased and had cooked with
her own expert bands-"and now 1
want to make a proposition. I want
you to come back with me to Hllsdale
and tnke care of the store for mie and
live in my big house. Peggy can run
things at home. and you can run the
Im-'hbn ., Iiii hardly. and I'll go and
travel. as I have wanted to do for
years, kLnowiln that when I come back
overylthing wtll be in order."
As Hpeb lelralir'd mn tbem Dick rose


amvtn .4 p e.e. |s.
at l.ed0Oqbot. WIU Yl ttem i r i.l to he pior
*h*B mbdH ,. BuS plp Fyr. Irioarilrggl at *1u oC
bav tai HY4j >r wder to ih? ,
UWITID MIDIUCAL co., lon T4. LaNeersT. Pa.

Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. Mitchell

Sand put his arm about Peggy.
"It's awfully good of you, Aunt Ju-
dith," he said huskily. "and we will
be glad to go to Hillsdale. and. please
God, I'll make a c certs of myself-
and we will keep the silver spoons for
the kid, and we will try to make our
,lives as bright and shining as they are
--won't we, Peggy. dearly"

The Ministers



Literary Press.
< WT T T T VT W T y , T T Ty v v *
The little minister-little in stature,
little in power, little in salary-sat be-
fore a table in his study diligently and
laboriously searching amid the leaves
of various volume of reference ant.
occasionally scribbling a few sen-
tences on paper which later on should
serve as notes for his sermon on the
following Sunday.
The Rev. James Philander Dubois
smiled fondly and proudly and grate-
fully while e thought. He was an
unmarried churchman who felt it in-
cumbent upon himself to become one
of the two principal performers in a
ceremony in which already he had be-
come quite proficient as an agent of
fate where others were concerned.
So he leaned back and gazed at the
ceiling and thought of a beautiful.
brave young creature. He lingered
mentally on her radiant face, her
graceful form, and heard in his brain
the sweet thrill of her voice.
He had never thought thus of any
woman before. Until he first saw
Marguerite Van Diemen a year ago he
looked on all women with an academ-
Ic eye as parishioners and studied them
only to decide what branch of church
work, if any, they were best fitted for.
But the year that followed his first
sight of the violet eyes of tMis Mar-
guerite, and the brown hair that shone
like sunny light drowned in amber
.pools in a forest brook, had been a
year of awakening for him.
It was -not a quite complete t.waken-
Ing, bowi-ver. tie was very thorough
ly awake-wtfe, stnr g, stark awake-
to the knowledge that he was so deep
ly In love with her that to lose her
wouill mean a dreary, sorrowful life
for him, but he was not awake enough
to suppose that he had any quality,'
or attributes to please so wonderful
and clever and bright a creature.
However, though the Uev. Jamns.
P'illandor Dubois was thus humbl#
andl devoid of any proper self esteem
and though he did not believe thai
she could possibly want him, he was
in love, and love sneers at logic. Hi
expected her answer to be "No," but
he was pinlug just the same to ask
the ]question.
So, Il mined little minister that he was, he
had written to her asking for the fa-
-vor of an hiterview )n a matter very
luiportant to himu. And she had re-
plled. appointing that very evening arid
adding. "You should know that I have
declined an Invitation to the County
club dance in order to give you this
evening, tihoigh the dance Is the last


U. S. Land Ofic at GainesvilIe, Florida.
November 26, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that John L.
Scuniers, whose postoffice address is Ba -
head, Florida, did on the 29rd day of
August, 1909 file in this office sworn
at.emeent and Application, No. 05732
to ptirchase th; n| of seo and te* of sw*
Section 1, Township 2 south, Runga 14
west, Tailenasese Meridian, and the tim-
Ier thereon under the provisions of the
act of June'3, 1878. and acts amendatory,
known as the "Timber and Stene Law,"
at such value as might be fixed by ap-
praisement, and that pursuant to such
application, the land and timber thereon
have been appraised at Five Hundred
and Forty Dollars, the timber estimated
at 320.000 board feet at $1.50 perM. and
the land $60.00; that said appliOanrt will
oiAer fin'l proof in support of his applica-
tiwn and sworn statement on the .2nd day
of February, 1910, before the clerk ,of
the circuit court at Vernon, Florida,
Any person is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-

test at any time before the patent issues,
iy filing a corroborated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which would defeat
the entry. HBnar S. CauBB, Register.

U. 8. LA u OrirClqr'A GAINlSVILLK, FLA.,
S ,. November 2, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that William
D. Turner, whose Lostoffice address is
W.usaiu, Floridi did on the 19th
day of Auust, 190; file i, 'this office
sworn statement~ nd Application, No.
05731 to purchase the se4 of swi, and
al of ref of seetion 1, township 2 south,
range 14 west, Taliahassee 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
fiixd by appraisement, and that pursu-
iut to such .application, the land and
timber Uthereon have been appraised at
Six Hundred Dollars. the timber esti-
mated at 360,000 board feet at $1.50 per
M, and the land $61.00 that said aCpli-
eaut will offer fiscal proof in supportof
his oplication and] sworn statement ont
the' 2nd day of February, 1910, before
the clerk of the circuit court at Vernon,
Florida, -
A ny person is at liberty to prote. t this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
teal at any titue before the patent issues,
hy filing a corrobarated affidavit in this
office, alleging facts which wouud defeat
the entry. Hitav S. CHUB,. Register.

FOr eYhd ONaf TARt
for ealldreng efe. era. Meo ptata

oae of the aadn<:n and I was really.
mnx i'Ic fi )S, ."
!Perhaps it was this letter rather
thr!i. tbli, A v. ..t 1hil,: d,'s cowvir
tla ii tl ievl, 'y',ned nature of ail
serious thart udiae it s; difficult foi
thill to inlIi tnhe ntMstrucitin of hi
di sconrse.
I;"t-rriilnedh boTi.:h hIe was, the que:
tion he was to r:.. MI.~' MIargl erite i:
a few hours waus the kind that no imnn
Pv,-r sks without plrturIbttn, ;ine
there was the last paragraph of he:
letter. It showed him that she wa
losing an evening of great en.otljoyeni
for, though MS:r 'nifte Van li uemwei
was a Kgor d fpIfI:slrifi r. ihe 16
dancing with an ultra worldly love.
No doubt she expected t)o eir sonm
imiuewcIly imyportaut news froul hin:
VWonldn't sshi be Ifllh:nni:(l and augr.
when she Ielged that he had ke;-
Iher trom hq pleasure simply to pr(
pose to her?
The clock struck the hor. and th,
minister became aware with a shnr;
start that it was high time to keec
his appointment He arose and put o
his overcoat.
At that moment the doorbell rang.
It is only because we are so used t
the really dramatic things of life tha
we do not know and feel the drama
that each moment makes.
The ring of the doorbell was such :
dramatic instant in the life of the Re'
James Pbhla*NBfrDubolt.
Passing through an adjoining room
he opened the door and saw before,
him a young *~oman, poorly dressed 11
a faded gownof hlue, her hIqil topper
off with a hIht of uncertain texture
under which her hair hung forth In ai
directions. Her face was terribly was!
ed and sallo and its piteous'asper
was only luerm~tele by a touch of th'
Ini'ongurnos 'in a suggestion of re<
high on the checks.
The reverend .gentleolmn shran,
tli(k lHe wllihed that he cou'd esnap,
what he fore saw Twould be a lInr d'
lay, but -o.ns>; ,rIf ." y r i .. 1*'' th
human Insitnct nf or,.f.
The youpngT woman spo)k as 'ooln i
he opened tli N'co "'l*'t .r:* "


Department of the Irterior.
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla ,
S January 15 1910.
Notice j9 hereby given that Wilc. N.
Dixon of Southpoit. Florida, who, on No-
vember 17, 103, made Homestead Entry,
No, 33184, (S3rial, No. 02194, for the sea,
section 1, township 2 south, range 15
west, Tallahassee Mridian, has filed no-
tice of intention to make final commu
nation proof,' to esthblish claim to the
land above described, bef.Yre the clerk of
the circuit court, at Vernon, Florida, on
the 2dday of March, 1910.
Claimant nnmes as witnesses: J. A.
Glover. C. B Wood, Tnrner White and
John McLcod, all of Westbav, Flor-da.
BHsnr'S CHUBB. Register.

U. S Land Office at Gainesville. F
November 20, 1909.
Notice is bere ~r given that LeRoy IH.
Buchanan, whose pistoflice nd'rors is
Chipley, Florida, did on the 10th day of
Jnly, 1909, fiUin this office Sw4wrn State-
ment and Applicati n. No. 05645>, to pui-
chase the nej of sec. 1. township 2 sotth.
range 16 west, Tillahassee Meridian,
and the timber thereon, under the pro-
visiona of the actb of June 3, 1878.- and
acts amendatory, kuown ns Lhe "Timber
and Stone Law," at such valuation as
mihht be fixed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application the land and
timber thereon have been appraised, at
Five Hundred and Sixty Dollars, the tim-
ber estimated at 320,000 board feet at
81.50 per M, and the land $80.00; that
said auplicant will offer final proof in sup-
porfof his application and sworn state-
mnnt on the 2nad 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 corrorroatd affidavit in tis of-
fice, alleging facts which wold''lefeat
the entry. Hgn Ta S. CusBB, Regia8er.

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me something to eat?" she begged. "I
haven't had anything since morning."
"Poor soul" muttered the little min-
ister. "The housekeeper is out for the
afternoon, but I shall do the best I
can for you. Will you come to the
kitchen while I investigate the pan-
As the unkempt young woman fol-
lowed him into the kitchen the min-
ister felt such deep, angry annoyance
as only a man can feel when the wom-
an he loves is waiting for him while
circumstances keep him away. But
the moment he realized that he, a min.
rst&ri, efedga toheip-thi afflicted and
te' Bslnffiangi bad hat- almoftl an
emotion of hatred toward this poor
creature he crushed down what were
wicked and shameful thoughts to him.
He hastened to bring out all the food
he could find and set it before her
Food taken to the door would not
have come under the head of Chris-
tian charity with the Rev. Mr. Philan-
der, though he was the head of an
ultra fashionable church.
"Have you been a victim of circum-
stances or what is termed hard luck?'
was one of the first things the minin-
ter asked after he had dished up cold
victuals and a quantity of vegetables.
"Oht. it's a long story," insinatingly
replied the woman, while she devoured
the stuff set before her,
"Whatever may have been thepast,"
said the little minister, "don't forget
that forgiveness is yours for the ask=-
Ile spoke in his most persuasive ac-
cents to the poor creature. His advice
was wise and sound, for with all his
modesty and simplicity the minister
was both clever and alive to daily
needs, a fact that the woman repeat-
edly acknowledged with a mournful
eye and lagging appetite. At times
she even desisted in her sloge of the
eatables when the little minister said
something particularly simple and
Finally she broke down and told all
her story-an old, old story, not at all
romantic, not eVen interesting to any
except the poor creature herself. The
minister listened patiently to her long,
labored, tedious recital, and if some-
times he felt as if he would go Wild
with impatience when he thought of
Marguerite he promptly forced himself
in punishment to concentrate his mind
and soul even more than before on the
object before him that demanded so
much of his pity and his help.
Here Was a soul for him to succor
and save, and what was his own
heart's ease to that?
It was late that evening before the
little minister returned home after
having found a home for his distressed
protegee. He should have felt a thrill
of gratitude for duty done andjap sense
of humble satisfaction for his success
in bringing back the straying one to
the right road.
He blamed himself for not feeling it
But the more he tried to feel content
because he had done his duty the more
his soul sank In him and the heavier
did his heart seem,
The Rev. Mr. Dubols, though a most
devotcd minister, was none the less an
Intensely human man, and all the sat-
Isfaction In doing n duty could not lift
him irolu the despondency fhat he was
In, f6r he felt sure that he had lost
any chance, If he possessed one, with
Marguerite Van Diemen.
His belief was strengthened to con-
viction next day when he called at her
house, wondering what he could say to
gain her pardon. It was characteristic
of him that it never entered his head
to explain to her what had kept him
away. That would have-seemed like
cant and self praise to the little min-
The only excuse he could offer was
"parochial business." And he realized
sharply that would seem a paltry ex-
cuse, though he didn't consider any-
thing in the line of his duty as paltry.
So be sent up his card in low spirits,
and he was not surprised, though he
was grieved, when the maid returned
and said that her mistress begged to
be excused and added a request that
be write to her, saying what she could
do for him.
Another man might have felt of-
fended and haughty. The little minis-
ter was too just for that. He went
home quietly and wrote a very simple
little letter .telling Miss Marguerite

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-Van Diemen all that was in his heart
He begged her forgiveness for not
keeping the appointment and explain-
ed if by saying: "A little matter of
church business came up to keep me.
I could not evade it, though I assure
you that it was a great sorrow to me
to be kept away."
Then in his mind he wrote "Finis"
to his romance and turned sturdily to
his work on the unfinished sermon.
Twenty minutes after he had dis-
patched the note his doorbell rang
again. This time the little minister
did feel that there were dramas in lit-
tle things. He laid down his pen and
He heard the maid open the door.
He heard a soft voice ask for him.
Before he could rise a gown rustled,
and Marguerite Van Diemen came to-
ward the open library door.
"I have brought you the answer to
your note myself," said she. She held
up her hand. "Before I tell you what
it is," she continued very hurriedly,
with her breath coming short and fast
and her eyes shining, "let me tell you
something else. Do you know what I
have always abhorred the most The
preaching that does not practice And
next to' that 1 object to the practicing
that preaches too much of- what it
The little minister looked at her with
questioning bewilderment In his dark
Marguerite Van Diemen made a few
steps forward and toward himt.
"I saw you last evenlug on the street
with a young woman." she went on.
"I was a little angry that you should
have thought of-anuythlug except our
appointment. This morning I went to
carry sone -med-line to old Mrs. An-
ston aud found tlh;t you had taken t(r
young woman there to nurse her. She
told me what you. bad snlid to her and
what you had done for lihr,"
"-Will you forgi,- mue for stnslngIp to
neglect you?" fettered the liirlo min-
!'Wait." said Miss Van Diermen. "I
still wanted to test you. I wanted to
see whatyou wt,uld do. So I waltel
till you wrote. If you had tried to
explain mwore than you (di, whyi. then
perhaps Lwnvuld not have brought you
my answer."
And as Shie n:rue toward the rmidl
ter with her. hands held out eren the
modest ev. Mr. ihil;ander did not need
anything more to tell him what the
answerr was.
The Daeconding .aie.
"The first letter .Joln ever wrote to
me." said a nir n'riid5 wcilstoin t h ber
friend. "wras r-h''! ,rtaftf-r we h-ad be
conie l ta l;llal'ti arin iret'orc thl e ir w'a
really a&yrb i' i i' ;tii a!et!'a-;r;wnrhdiig
kt\liieu nos. 'I hi- l tIlhe wilt> .ie signed

"Yours. my denr M>ss Westor., moqr t
"There, you see. dr'e? en words-
en u-h for a telegratu Jut( 1 l brjig a
connoli>;:t'e friendlyr 'etltr to, an end
But a tter we Itbw;lu e enngniigd b!. first
letter It) me was asiged in this way:
"Yours. my darling. affectiohately.
"Thtt. you will observe. was a re
du'tlon o f 50 per rent fromt hIis eonclu-
ton as a aumere friend. The first letter
he ever wrote to inu after we w -re
married was signed:
Yours. JOTIN."
She itcpl-i d for a n moment and
sighfeI and t.he tt conthintd:
"We. hove twul-a mrrird eventeet .
yenarss:L w. Yet'wvrrtn I re: **i' 41a let
ter frIiu btim: Iia:-r' is the wa7 it -wae
sigucd: \

Settled tha Duel.
Lord Mar'ch. aft:irwardt the Mnrqult
of Queeusberry; was not., e.-nstofnl'd
to view a dluel with unlwronunl g up
prebension antd 'tuually aitittwde-l at,
rafair with an air of efnjoynelnt that
often wias d(cldedly di.'l:;i'n-ie ;an)'
embarrassing to his dver-::ary. But
he was served ut inst with ithat snuce#
whihb the p-roverb e lxplin is Is fr the
gander as welt as for the goose. It
was whel-n h was chalennged to fight
ar Irish sportsman. Lord Marn b np
pared ti f the :!r,!i":al n'.*ompnl,:t n'i In
a second. surgeonI nnd othlr tviline..ses-
il!s opponent arrived soon afterward
with a similar retinue. but .iiddd t,
by a person who staggerrd l nderr the
weight of a polished oak cotlhn. whit-'l
he deposited on the ground. evd up
with its lid facing Lord March anrd hi
party. Iord March becalntie decided:
ataomtutortabl@ when he re-:d the in
scription plate. engraved withI his own
name and title and the date and year
of death, and i
Scaring the Conicienee.
Of all hor curhouis cntt-tus London,
cannot Icast of a more singular o than that formerly so stri't. ly ic!h.Ore
to at Holland House. one of the wsto
historic old mansions in thrl 41rittsii
-'apital. The last of the Lnrds H'lilan'

Blot himself during a ua I .....:
tfpy. Everything p.ilnted toa t iar,
of self murder, yet the l-:fland
could never be dissun :l,!r! fr';r-
notion that the old man had ie'-,
rdred by some Unknown as.assi:
cOrdlingly every night for year: f
A the custom for one of thet fan.!
to go to the ear o the hu.e i a:
ally at 11 o'clock and fire t gun for i,-
purpose, it is said, of searingg the y.
ascenee" of the murderer. This iji,',
ous practice is a rnlfc if i'drlaI' -i
day it continental Europe. anff td l
ase in point Is probably the only in-
stance where it has been noted since
the days of the crtrsades.
Are You a Beggar?
All the beggars are not holding out
a hand to passersby in the street You
probably know the man who is ever
whining for help. If a farmer* tw
thinks his neighbors should help htiC
get to his grain or do his plowing.
If in bunlnesa.s he is always trying to
borrow or wanting some one to boost
him or drum up customers. He never
seems to think of relying on his own
efforts. There is a well known fable
about the larks in a grainfeld. "As
long as the farmer depended on his
neighbors and relations to come and
cut his grain the larks felt perfectly
sife. When the man determined to
cut the grain himself the larks knew
It was time to seek safety elsewhere.
There are times when every one
needs help. but help should be asked
only when one has made every pors
bie effort for himself.
Too much help given a man weakel
his character.-Mllwaukee Journal.

A Quiet Rebuke. "
An "object admonition" like the re
described by Warren Lee Goes if hIs
article, "Campaigning to No Purpose,"
published in Johnson's "Battles and.
Leaders of the Civil War." Is ofted
more efficacious than storms of re-
One day the colonel of the regilnent
noticed a soldier on parade wearing a
badly noiled pair of gloves.
"Crorporl." said the officer. "why do
you sr tilhe nen such a laid example as
napnearing before them In dirty gloves?
Whyy is it '?
"I'vr, ha;l no pay. sir. since I entered
the sirvhi.e returned tbp corporal. _"
entn'l ul ord ti have them done up."
Tb:' col'nel drew from his pocket a
pair of glpve.'. spotlessly white. Hand-
lug thorn t. the corporal. he said quiet-
Jy: "Put these on. 1 washed them my-
It was nua unforgotten lesson to tbe
whole regliment

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1 have a great mind to o to the
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