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: March 17, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00278
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ST. ANDREWS4 FLA.. AIl. 17 1910.

i.'s. Senator L District,W. H. Milton, Mar-
anna, 2d District I. P. Distiaeri. r Jkparkman
Re msentatives-It District. S. Sparkrn
Re. penta; d Dis"it Frank Clark, Lake City;
rd D strict, a'Dtte H Mays. Monticello.
3Ld Dstric-, trar. ~helds Warren; Rceeiv-
. .. fice R-r
.tr, 1. S. Chubb. Gaanesvtill n ;ee.re y
State_---6vnor. Alb"er W Kichrist Secretary
H1. Crawford Treasurer W. V. nott Attrir-
y-. er~park M Trammel; Comptroller,
neiy Gener-l-. ndendt of Public lnstruc-

culture, Eo McLol ChemCst n one
a om c.upertr
A. J. CrooVV M ..k....Y Conmmitsoner of Agr-
tion. WM HoM.in ,.st R. Rose;
culture S.ed; Auditor. UErnest Amos
Geologist ..Se CliFor R. po'stcr; Rail-
Adjutan:-eneral., C. Dunn, R. liudson
road Coami nec Cobb un clear
Burr. N. A. an .i o Cl bbler
itate Senator-UU CeOkr ntve L. Mc-
Whington a Cityn County Judge. A.
elUCe, PanaCe t Court. County Clerk.lRe-
Durthis ,h l Cle. f c eG.
border of 1,.eds Wc. C heni u ax.c,
Alien Veron, .epuy tCe He. 1Danord- Ta
Ollenor, W. B Gainer, Tres B Tiller.
lT, ector ASor. B b- J. Williams, Chipley;
Vernon Tax ten er'.B F Gainer, Wausau;
reonty Su' ilin ernon; County Com

N) -rnone. COU It ^
ui ryioflrs. Pir11 DiSriCt. Thomas BrA.k; Sec-
bi&Plut'iors S W. Bush: Third District. L M.
Sim.moi; Orh Dis, B. F. Brsoss Fit
District, J rore or 1 It- Drummond;
at dlnorews. Town- Marshal. Chas. L.
L49 .p Jiv. r. ToniPsor M Ware. GeorgeW.
a ro. AlderE ren.
Buock, Justce o' thPe eace. Jhn Srro
Notancks. W A H. Brake, F. Bul-
V. h Ai.r t m.' Surber, Sr., T B.
lock. School Dc P H BrakePOstaster
D. Gainer, M l P..A .
facMrs M Ros tnamter. Mrs. Belle Boothe;
Deputy Shenriff. A' Hogeboom Justice of
a ai Pe.ce. 0. M. 13. Harrie,
".Daflln. P . 1 : BConstable, Notary
S farker-postmaster, F. Notary
Public, W. H. Parker.
CallowayPOostmaster' M. N. Carlisle
Ilarton'Postriaster Andrew Allan.
eat BayPostmaster ...........
ouithoor __Postmas.tr, R. Barnett.
ty-PobtlmsLress, Mrs. R Gay.
tayhead- Postmasterl o. rashburn.
Cook-Postmaster J j. Dowler.
Wetapp O'.tvnmibtres4; Mt Ber.
MurfeeP0ostmas lr, Jamesre
Ca/hodrl County. Cromanton-l-Postmaster, Nora
Hoaskins. potmasier Wp. Woodford.
" ;farcinale--ostmas er W,,. "

SRELIGIUS andPearl st,
Baptist--Churcn WYvominae.an s
e Hran S.Howard, postorprea ching ev-
Sond Sun rnda morning and evening' S1 U-
SSchool every Sunday at amin.; Prayer
service every Thursday enngr at o'c Avel
e "bod EpiscopalC--nrch Washi.gton Ave
etboand Chat StP.S nday School 9:30 a. m..
and ChesIpint S1. S"d''ineman. pastor. .
every Sutnday Rev. F WineAman. pastor.
esteran--Church cornerLoraine Ave. and
t'r~rake St. Sunday School at 9'30 a. m every
Sunday. JohnSturrock, Supt. JH. Rnd-
tree. pastor. Ave. and
a hl)icChubrch corner Wyoming Ave. and
Faster St.

Aarker Lodge No. 142
.E~'. & .A- _V- .
Regular Commu-
,, nications on the first
and third Sat.urdays
in each month.
SVlsiting llruothers
lt. E PAlMEntt, SecretarV
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St. Andrews.I a
aocto odfemcneS etra, atofhete iu Flverda.

qualified P arlc or. tafice at the cBuy itice,
St. Andrews B f. res.
clor of Medicine. Graduate of the University
Bonn, Germany Chronic Dseses and dis-

,tIlry Pu'blc for State at. Lars3. 1ice at tor
business in this jurisd-ition-
Office at Bank of SL. Andrews.

kb~t8T Public for State at I large .Offce'at Store
corner of L.,raie avenue and .ine1nf:1iI S reet
A Notar ok "solitelU d gNten proonpt
,.,: "JOHNN S'rT-IRROCK.- I.
e o the Peace. Dt No Olli'e at resi-
dene oin test n ,l St -e Andrew. but carries
Sdence in Wedt In si. and is prepared
his seal wth him at his" tsi' and is wherever
to apply his )urat to instruments. wherever
found. Attends to official business in his jurs-
diction, Cdllections a specialty.
ot blic for the State of Florida at rge.
N ii ~. P ..k.r Fla Con.,eyan. ng.a5nid pay-
ment of ta s fur non residents. specm. ~ .

For ale
(he fcer for sa 6 a strip frotf the
S ",th side of tha forth hall of the
-oi, hy vst quarter 6 section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, ffnlng
ftom the school house to Watson bayou,
S joining Mitllvilg on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or hall-acre lots.
The pri.ce asked will be according to
..titnt. W. BA. EMMONP ')

A Swolien Jaw
. is not' pretty nor pleasant. Whether
tt: caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment will
red-uc sthe swelling and relieve the
pain. The great and sure cure for
rheumatism, outs, burns, bruises,
soalds-any and all aches and pains.
Sbad by GtinerMercantile Co.
The Shrev.d Banker.
it' lm'cn veynrs ago a banker lent a
't.iruIer $l.(00 wit0 h ~thl to buy stock.
t'I'ic farmer. of course, gave his fifot.
'he borrowowr lost on the stodk deal
Z.nd lad hard' lu(t generally, so he
a-a*. .'f pif tU' no e.- Later be went
aw;a.; and afltt many years be made.
g6t;d again and returned. The banker
tried to collect his note, but it was
outlarwed iy a' !PVse of thirteen yearf.
6net' day the Im'iker stopped at the
i tha's farm ainld admired his fnue ptump-
k" s. The farlnur made him a pres-
S at of two large ones.
; "I'll Just .icdit. these pumpkins on-

'"ull for the note and intelesta-Kansa
Ciiy Rtar. :,,
Life's iimits'.
All Indications point to the fact that
less than ten miles below our feet a
red beat is uiualnId permanently
anid within twenty a white heat. Ten
ilt-'a rhiove us we.hve the pitiless
Ct'ld. far below zero; of interplanetalry
+plcs. Tha what' a narrow louee cta
d'li..atcry balunc'ed temperature li lifei
i+ 'l'tl- "

is crying for economy. Second-
class matter is the terror of the ad-
ministr nation.
Well they see that one cent a
pound is fidt, enoughh, Periodicals
that can't stand two cents are too
weakly to be very useful. They
are frequently scare-motigers anid
some of them could be dispensed
with tb Advantage:. Some of them
ought to be mashed like bedbugs,
But the magazine have a word
on tlieii side. If it costs nine cents
a pound for railroad freight, that is
not thfir fault. Let file Postoffice
department get fair annual weigh-
ings and pay only a fair price for
the hauling, before it colleats back
the over-charges out of incieasced
mon,`, order fees. Rural free de-
livery could be conducted more
economically an'd a moroefficient
service be provided. The periodic-
sal are entitled to nmeh credit for
the increase in the lucrative first-
class matter Let a big percentage
of the Iranking privilege be cut off.
Carlonds of useless documents that
are never riehld'a-e toted free all
throughout the country.
The fact is that the supervision
of this monstrous departmentt is not,
conducted as rigidly and ecoaomice
ally as it ought to bW'. A few years
ago some business men offered to
run the mails for half what the
government is paying. There can
be no good reason why the govern-
ment cannot run thetrtisines cheap-
er tha any private individual pos-
sibly can. Let Congress devise a
plan to punish and eliminate graft.
Then let it adopt the Socialist slo-
gan: "Let The Nation Own rhe
Trusts," and there will soon be no
niecessity for itf~ftiging second class
postage rates, and first class rates
may likewise be lowered and a lSar-
cels post be established.

O uit Willing to Miftff;
A traveler passing. t lhrrui a fever
infected locality said to an Irish resi-
"Pat, I'm surprised that you stay in
a place were Oeople die so thick and
"Faith." rejoined Pat, "If you'll be
after tellin' me av a place where
payple niver die Oi'll move tiee to-
morry an' end me days."
'' "

$1.00 a Year in Advance.

EnLt-ed Sept. 3, 1902, at St. Andrews,
fli.; ;s tecodnd class matter,,inder
Acto Conr of Cor Earch d, 1879.


Display adv. states. .6.; poi inch
per trlnth. Position and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
to special agreement;
"Local Drift," 5c ptir llii, fifst in-
GfsetUiWt 2c per line each subse-
quent. Display locals double
above rates.

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 sent
you that no.break may occur should
you choose to renew.


well two -ggs; add 1 pint sour
milk, teaspoonfdl dda, I tea-
spoonful salt 1 tabtespoonful sugar,
1 tablespoonful melted lard, 2
cupfulls cornmeal arid cupful of
white flour. Mix thoroughly and
bake in a very hot oven. This is
nice baked in gem panda:
Cornmea.t Oriddle Cakes--et't
well 2 eggs; add 1 pint cold writer,
teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon sugar;
sift together 1 cups corn meal, 1
cup white flour, and 2 teaspod'oi
-bakifig pbwdef. Mix all well to-
gether and fry on very hot, well-
greased griddle.
"Poor Man'n" Baking Powder
Biscuit.-Many people, after eating
these delicious biscuits will use no
other recipe, and they are particu-
larly good for anyone .stffdting
with dyspepsia or wedk stomach.
To lqt. flour,'add 3 heaping table-
spoons gocd leaf lard or cottolene,
mix with enough cold water to
storm a 'very soft dough. Flour
your board well, turn out dough,
roll I inch thick and bkke in very
hot oven;'
Sour Milk Biscuit.-To 1 quart
white flour, add 1 teaspoon soda,
powdered fine, 1 heaping, tables


Written expressly for the Buoy by Mrs.
H.FY. W.
Mv Deaf Fiibndi-The ladies of
St. Anid6res aid elsewhere; ~rhofeel
such an interest in home comforts
that they desire to learn, more of
the science of good cooking-I fre
gret that other duties prevented
my editing my department of the
Buoy last week. I shall try ahd
not let this occur agaiii during the
continuance of my series of articles.
ii this series I do not intend teach-
ing anything that may not easily
be included in the menu for a week
day; Stinday; or party dinner, giv-
en by any family of "the great
plain people."' There are a few
dimple riil Whlicih Soiiid always
be observed in following these, or
other recipes or instructions for
cooking. It is not necessary for
me to give the sclentific causes for
certain results; but shall ask you
to accept my Word that I know
whereof I speak. If you are not
inclined to do this and follow my
instiructiois "in spirit and iii truth"
you had best pass this series, for I
will insure complete failure if you
only half follow my instructions: I
give no advice or instructions that
[have not mysefl tested, and can
assure you of success if you follow
carefully the lines which I live
laid down, 1st: Always have
your lard, butter or cottolene,
whichever you use for shortetiingl
absolutely cold and hard when us-
ng, rubbing it well into the dry
lour. When cold water or milk is
called for, sea that it is actually
cold-iced, if possible. When, in
he course of a recipe, you are
instructed to "beat do not make
thd mistake of thinking that this
neans simply. "stir" well. Where
a number of eggs aro called for, an
average kiied egg is meant. If eggs
ire unusually small, add one. The
swebtefing and seasoning called fur
in these recipes will suit the aver2
age t.stet-you may wish more or
ess. I have been requested to
give in this legImn a recipe for
Yankee" Cdrn Bread--Beat

spoon lard, 1 teaspoon ialt. Rub
together well, mix soft with eout
milk; roll out and bake in very hot
Cinnamon Rolls.-Thee ni~e ver:y
nice to eat with coffee fora brak-
fast. When making light bread-
ioll out some of the dough i inch
thick. Wash bver well with melted
butter. Sprinkle heavily with su-
gar and ground cinnamon; roll up
ifi i long roll, cut off pieces inch
thick, place on butter-d pn, let
rise and bake in moderate oven.
Wash with white of egg when taken
out. Another nice cd oie ke ist
Cerman Frui t toai ~ -:Ix well
together-2 cups light bread dough,
cup sugar, a piece of butter, the
size of an egg, I egg, 1 teaspoon
ground cinnamon, aid one teacup
of seeded raisins steamed soft.
Add white flour to make firril
dough, place in buttered pln and
wash over top with butter; let rise
to double size and bake in mode-
rate oven.
Light Rolls.-pinch off pieces of
light bread dough, and treat samd
as for bread.
For the benefit of those who did
not begin the series with us' aidd
who are anxiotts to receive the in-
structiorfn id fight bread making
which was given in lesson No.l,
that article will be republished
again, soon.
fhis will end the series on bread
making. Next week I shall takd
up making of cakef followed by
puddings, creams; glices, and other
desserts; then the various English,
French, Italian and Spanish meth-
ods of preparing meats, fish, crabs,
oysters and fowl.

His Conciliatory Way.
Mr and Irs. 'i.lii;awvy. although
really feud f a ut' uthler. had frequent
uuarrels tow.'i: Uo doubt to iiiwil'mit's
.)f teinpr on the i part of both. tMr.
Pi'ck:way was tt'l'iJ'g hbs troubliat to
.1i. eldt-l.y im hulden 2u1nt.
I ry t, t)b as g,,,.d a huiiloand ti,
lertlna its I k!',w ',,w to b6e," hie "nid.
"'.,ut c'p dt'r.'-'i s$'.:l .1 j t tn;,)Ls. t 1
al'kes so Iltlh to irrt i-ite lih r. ii id whlin
1P h(rts i> s.. il; l i Ui. n ''v r k tliiws
wlhen Ito top She taltks ufftns1. too.
at such little thing'."
"Theon doi't say those fttle things.
Joshua," suld-.tls aunt. "Whenu she
Is cross you must try to be concilla-,
"I am conciliatory. Aunt Betty." he
answered. '" often say to her. *IB,.r
tha. I know the utter uselessness of
trying to reason witi yqu. but will
you listen to d? .tihrt inluute'd &ld
shL gets mad evei at that."-Youth's

Thsy Like Fat Girls tn ITuini.
A Tunisianu girl ha. no chance of
orarria:g? unlless s~ fips the scfie at
200 pou!'ds, and to Vhat end she com-
mences to fatten when she is fifteen
years old Slhe takes apertetits fid
eats a great delt of sweet stu'i and
leads d t6iii6~:iy life to hasten the
process. Up to lifteen she Is .6ry
handson:." blut at twenty what tai fi'-
mense, ui'~iii .' mass of fat she be-
comes! She wlddles, or, rather, undu-
lates, along thle street. lie? bostume is
very picturesquee; specially if she be
of the richer class. She is clothed
In fine silks of resplendeut hues of a
bright red, yellow or green ~md wears a
sort of conical shaped headdi'e~i, from
which depends a loose white df;apery
Turkish trousers ind dainty stitpers,
the heels of which barely reacil tie
middle of the feet, complete the coik

b0 It Novw.
Decision never becomes easier by
postponement, while habit grows
stronger every day. Common sense as
well as consc.tnce says, "Choose thifi

The feet of Fate are tender, for she
sets her steps not on the ground, but
on the heads of men.-Homer.

Deceiving the Widow.
A Imraithy ljuking wuwumu dressed in
deep mourning srepped ou to the plat-
form scales and requested the grocer's
clerk -to ascertain her weight. iHe
Itbked tihd said, "One huln~ied and
forty pounds."
"You made a mistake of twelve
pounds in that woman's weight," said
apothet mail who had also watched
the scales. "She weighed 152 pounds
instead of 140."
"I know that," said the clerk, "'bui
,she never would have forgiven me If 1
had tbld, hr9 s0b. That womran's hus-
band died about six ee'tis ago. She"
has gained seven pounds in that time.
but to keep her In good humor with
herself I had to make her think she
had lost five. I don't know why It is,
brt anybody who has suffered bereave-
muni sPeews to consider It '( disPgct Id
take on tlesht.'-""Thbalt su has beni
wcfgue ttie te times 4lnee hebr husband
died. She would be shocked if she
knew she had gained right along. For-,
tunately she Is too nearsighted to read
the scales herself, so It is easy to
make her tbrinK she tio astt8ng away."
-New York Press.

Law and the Queen.
The quaiutuass of manyy provisions
of British law is curol'u.sly illustrated
iii the status uo the 'qucein of England.
So far as her majesty's private busi-
hess Is cohcerned, she is not regarded
by the laws and cubtottis of Englafid
as a married woman at all. She Is the
only woman In Great Britain who does
not come within the scope of the mar-
ried woman's property act. The Idea
in all this is that affaitr g o taite con-
sume all the time of the king. and
therefore no responsibility for the
queen's private business rests upon
him. If the queen contracted debts-In
her husband's name he would not be
respousible fdt them, as any other
husl~bnud in the United KhEli.liw would.
fli; k'rin cannot beitfq4 for debt, but
the queen can be. Should tie lgflig die.
some atfttifHiles bold that the queen
could not marry again, in eise she
wished to. without the license of the
king's successor.-New York Tribune.

Dog Law In Codfatantinopie.
"W'hen (.Itf' 'f tlhe street dogs of Con.
?*!7'fiin"iplel gets too old to be of use
to the I,:nrd the captain drlg decides.
thb:t lie Is to die." says Albert [lgUelt,;
I'uine In Hnrper's Weekly. "A dau
comes when the captain Issues al edlct
iht:l lie is no longer to baie food
:roUlm thi. daoy aniil his death not a
morsel bi:Isses his lips. With lodging
i.yevel h looks ast the others eating. Illl
ie lunafes no attempt to Jo'lii rhem
-_"ow tiil a agaHli a bit of sonielllng falls
hlta way. Th.e eguptiation I.-s ,o l rou
-hti reac -htes toward rhe nortl ''bThe
carptlin. who overlooks notrlilng. g'Ivei
a lo~w growl. The dying creature
-slriuks th:i'k without a inurtnur IH
knows the law. IPerhaps he. too, was
once a captain. The minister's wilt-
told me.that she had tried to feed one
of those dying dogs. but that even
when f(ood was placed tp front of himn
he would only look pleadingly at the
captain and refuse to touch it."

How They Get 'Em.
The sad looking man'climbed intq
the bootblack's chair to have his shoes

"Aud Is your fatter a bootblack.
too?" he asked, by. way of making con-
versa tion.
"No. sir." replied the lad. -"M fa-
ther a fartnmer."
"Ah. a farnwer!'" cri6d the sad look-
Ing mlatu us a1 spa.fii tiinrost akin to joy
spread ovlr hNf features. As he reach-
ed Into his pocket for a notebook and
pencil he began to m ilubtib6 d sort of
gibbe'rish. it doinaded like this:
"Farter. h'ey? Farner--hay. Son,
bootblack. Son shines. Ah! I have !
it. Your father evidently believes in
making hay while the don shines."
Pef6iaps f't is needless to explain that
Instead of being a mild lunatic the
sad looking man was one of those pro-
fessional humorists who write funny
pieces for the papers.-Philadelphlia
A Peacemaker.
It Is a commonly accepted belief that
nothing short of being pried loose will
induce a bulldog to give up his grip
on another dog or on an Intruder, but
this is a mistake. A. little household
ammonitr poured on him as near his.
nose as circumstances will allow will
make him let go immediately. The
fumes of ammonia are so overpower-
ing that ai dog cannot possibly main-
tain his grip and his breath at the
same time.-Country Life In America.

W. H Milton, President. I M. Dillon. Vice President. John Milton, II. Secy-Treash

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OcA PT L $ 2 0 0, 000 0

IIuy, sell asd deal i ireal estate, notes stocks, Secure Court, official and other bonds.

b onds, 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 fai oth.
!$ *as agent I ers on approved security and guaranteeits, repayment.,

DIRECTORS--- Jh M. Dilloh, John Mitton, jr. W. H. Wafson.John Milton; Ill H. H. Lewis. J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell arid W. Milton'
DI Address: W. H. MILTON, President. Maria na, IForItd ,

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To the White Democrtic Voters of
the Third Congressional District
of the State of Florioa: :
lin arnnuneing my candidacy for
a seat in the Sixty-second Congress
of the United States from this, the
Third Congressional District, an of-
fice of greatL honor and belonging to
the people; 1 .I4ghin desire to ex-
press my gratitude t4 the g~od
people fo6i the iwrm and sincere
support given me in the primary of
1908, and. trust that by no act of
mine have I. caused one friend to
depart fiom hiM belief in my sincer-
ity and determination to iepresedit
ftuly and faithfully the true intq-
esta of all the people were I
I shall make my campaign upon
the fundamental principles of dem-
ocracy as laid down by Thomas
Jefferson, and inicorporated in the
DItform of our last National Dem-
ocatic dhivehtton.-bi- ganized Dem-
ocracy-that holds responsible by
word or act every encroachment
made upon it, recognizing a all
times the right of the people to
ruil. I was reared in an atmos-
phere that contends the poor shall
be represented as faithfully as the
rich; the farmer, the mechanic, the
laborer, is entitled to thec 'am
measure of rereeeiitation iAs thitt
of the pi-ofesslonal interests, the
merchant, the banker, etc., etc.
I believe the great farming inter-
egtq of our country are justly'entif"
tied to such recogmitioff i will
guarantee to them th6' prosperity
which woiiid give relief to every
section of the country. Having
come myself from the farm fttd
ploW handles in, my vouiith and
recogiizing at all times the true
mr'it and worth of the farmer, I
pledge my support and influence at
all times to his best interest.
Should it be the will of the peo-
ple that I represent them in Con-
gress, the height. of my ambition
would be to secure appropriations
sufficient to deepen every port and
river and make navigable every
stream upon which a commerce
couid be built up commensurate
'with th.eiYttheret,;and terry out .
every project for which the Gov-I
ernment has committed itself to, in
the Third Congressional district.
There is and can be no mode of
transportation d'ffted that will so
effectually regulate the rates made
by the railroads for which our peo
pie are clamoring today, as fhe de-
velopment of the waterways.
It is my desire to see a rural free
mail delivery route established
through every county and every
section of the several counties'pfl
our district in which they can be
located in conformity with law,
thereby Siving the farmer an op-
portunity of reading his mail and
newspapers daily just as those who
are more fortunately located pear-
er the railroads. It wotid be an
earnest effort of mine to give to the
People as many of these routes as
FAVOiiRS to'" RnoAXs:. .
I favor committing the Federal
Government to the building of good
roads. thereby cheapening the cost
of delivery of our own farm prod-
ucts to the local markets and trans-
portation companies for shipment,
And the great conveniencee to the
traveling public throughout uitr
country. 1 believe the time is fast
approaching when appropriations
will be made for these purposes,
and the piopei' nciouragement
means development.
I believe corporations should be
so regulated :by statitt as to insure
fair treatment to the people.
Every trust seeking to eomb~ife:

and conpihb lIh ti tthifit bif
mate. business, .itiade id ~fi
are thp most dangerous element to-
day that confronts our cobntuy;
and the dissolut-on of thTmin in ihe
interest or the Amebitdi people
should be accomplished."' ,
My caddidaty will and shall qrr-
form to the rule antd iigulitioniof
the Democratic primary elctiopito
be held on the tenth day of Mey
next, and I shall contend tha~' it
would be Democratic to give to tis -
dfbetlih of our DiRtrict (or) repfe-
sentation ih Coingresi. Having a
thorough acquaiutance wtli the en-
tire district, believing that I. kni .
the great necessity for. water .rm-:
pottatfor th bv1kr eetiao 1fr
gether with the imm6ai fkble.be.e-
.fita that woul3, al:a ue
good roads etc ii.i
I will not only bStSdmc aOJviti
my campaign between now ind thoe
election, but promise il elected, th'i
same activity will bbe carried fi'to.
Congress with me, thereby assuriin
the people of my determitati'~r td
give to them that representation
which every section of the dis*ticr
is entitled to.
I earnestly solicit the 'uppdrt oa +'
my fellow countrymen throdghdo'ii
the distti 6. ,
J. F. C. GRIGG. ,
ApalachicolaFla.; Match 1; 1910:
Foley's Kidey f,,meay t%"li C'r anLy
case of kidney or bl.idder trouble tbah
is not beyond the reach Wof Ine'e.inr.
Nomedicine oan do more. ou!d by al

Count the Times al Hwore Aio.
To pee auhorse w util cut at PUIII
rolling on the gronudun il endenvortlu; "
to tirn over 6a this'back iN a IitniwM- ,
jigIWA tlt oir.iniiy 06ple Imlre
ticed that id' doing thls be ol,.errve
an tnvatidbl~ rule The fle is hltn i
he always rolls over lthher at tbi III t
or third drtenrtl--i';,er at thL seivorIa
-and ktore than three aOthi,tpi
fiever made. In oIlIr .'l.s If the
horse succeeds in Irulni'h~" ,or at tlhe
Qrst try. eill and goid--tlnl KitisflcO
him. But if the first r.rtermpt i- a rfan-'
ure the second otle always Is. 'i Io
he either rolls quite or.,6 at ihe thiW
or gives 6ttp. u i. nE." i4 ,r ma V.
fourth. If horses arF rt,:ltng uu ltop-
Ing ground they u.:ually rtATI uplift.
This Is more easy of e plauation thbai
the strange custom regulatintg, b.-
numbetr of attemptwris A to o i A
,e4 ik ,._o, Vas .1r1- w 7.1 oyi. 4.
Willt those Iiekutiuoifc Ppt sa-Itidirai t'.
why a Ldug turns' ,taltiefr u. I .
down and wthy 4nars watltidk I
each other I e ,1 flai, istit- ft
abrkeW -o pimdf t ie1 & 'a
fBakee our at)tuti6 .. ir" 1"t aft Yrf
&never sauceeds at atk'*t' P i
bhang4. I -
D DIsses of Fear.
.If #oa Ifro anflcit(ft '..?! ,j nl uI)rprPn-
ible fear of anythli' 11 in. m /
time being ashamed`' *' lf, lf: birr
at once to d. A- 1'iJ ipes a r~' r
thi Success thir A' f .v*w r t li tl
bletetile and Ivlyghle ;i'P .W
compiled a list of far (;'A::i -.S ,*
whi'.h it appears t rli; ctIr~ht-ihb:'. frva
screamiu g at mlllk i. Ii. ini .::ifr:tid ,f
go home lu the ai. Is a1 well rw,-*"'
nized mental aliment. TI'n Trniip LI
fth rAlttIy t sufferer from eriopilt )t,'e
6r fiar of wotk. 6f'cj connipll:eal'l.
with aquaphobta and na'pli,)b!,I/
which make 'him -hiri thIe IbnThtiil;'
siderophobla and natr, lhjiicll:i esutif
timi ladles to go aInt th:i clowt~ wlen
lt tl reoiraan8 H of people have cut" ii', ,. *?.
Phantophobla its thi,..youn v:-'uld If1re
If you were afnald- :,.ur ridnp,.
while an-all arou-: u:;,o .':illi d. .,'.,w-
ard might be canlld :,a ;'hi:eritlM .tl! *".
The list is long n:l, i.i'tor Ir o<,.
human weakness e..Cpt .!' 1 ''
horror of publicity.
now the Chinese PF "r,. .-. '.
To preserve grape ret,1. 't;,,. '.
a circular piece out *;f V h'tp "n'.,nll'lp. ,*I:
or gourd. tlifilki'g i ta'^ t .ate
enough to admit the lia:dl iLw he k
terror Is cleiined out. tint gr;:iellN pliartil '
inside' and the Cuver r.l~cai ct aifl'
greased t firmly. ?~t' jilnlikl'in ai'
then pit grapes retain their fieshneas for a loaug
time. Careful selection of the pump.
kin 9l reluiste, the common tlerk
pumpkin, howevit, being~ well aapgr .
for me purpose.

1 II:1 i I



M A R I T I M E. gA L B IpPh reetcd with an immense crowd thorLt
- --Capt. E. W, Masker had the mis-
SI, -Private BOARDING.-Apply fortune to have the Sharpsboter break
to Mrs. F. W. Hokkint, Cromanton, lts shaft last FriLday,
Fla, -A letter fr~om Hon, R, L. McKenzie,
S--With the increasing temperature intended for publication in the Buoy,
business at, the St. Andrews ice plant was received too late for this issue; but
is showing renewed signs of activity, will appear next week
-Mr.George Malloch of Pretty Bay- -Capt. Howlett took a party to the
Su, has recently purchased from Mr. Ponee de Leon Spring, last week, con,
._____. , .. . .. .. ... isting of Dr. and 'Mrs, Wilson. Mrs.

The TarDon arrived from the
south ft 11:30 o'lock a. m. Friday
and departed for Mobile and Pen-
dlcola about three hours later. The
Buoy erred last week when it re-
ported that the Tarpon would lose
three trips. She will only be out
of commission one week and lose
but one trip.
The schr. Lucy H., equipped
with a brand new $1,400 motor en-
Sgine came in from Pensacola at
7:30 a. m. yesterday.
The Manteo arrived from New
OrfOanP via. Mobile and Pensacola
at 8:30 a, m. .Tuesday,

The following table rccordi the max
imuma, mlimuri s abd weas testfpera
liea the rainfall an direvtton of the
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
Dat-*.... I Rain. I Wind
& reb. 9 75 40 61 o .00 sw
10 75 46 62 .00 w
11 73 45 61 .18 w
SIS 69 49 59 .00 w
S*' la 67 50 54 .00 w
S 14 75 59 67 .00
15 65 43 54 00 nw
I 72 !48 601 .18 I

N Turner's Little Afterthoucht.
Aa Iuagiijih crltie<-s retereitm to T'ur
slr's tim, pu.-rure "'The V're'vk iHu,.
S 1ltllntltl u if atliln neowsitlier rie:t ie
of a *tnrlio.I'l* lOielrfote uI coijuntcio
With It W't*ir ,laernr ftirt .'-nt thi,
pk,*ure to rio' ,toy;ll lt.u id eiuy it wi:
huinr ainoIu ~Tc|et' t'oilliautly. colore,
jIliv urnrtH i s'tit-iult ug < yi I urn'll.
ftuni rid tahe -ir.,wm ,h4 o*t d
    ,de uirU i nt in t in'lait. ua aitogetihje
    sp.ilr-d i)y Its br. wnt surroutdilng.-
    'l huit a I mollient's hedsitaution ti>
    pailitt'd iin the hirllted buoy tI e te. fo're
    j round. and its l.ktl> of riiSt.; liiui
    V_ h W4- i> 'w i Hs brillil:iutl.v Itn its looiu y se:
    S'liig Ibhit Tiurlil' -. pictlrl b' i,.;lne rtil
    piruniiejtI oie. iand its. rivnais on eari
    i le \ere eSaI i. titthe slihae It It
    ,+ CU.'l'tU.'. If tI'le. IinM t tl e iw1J U t i 'tL
    Lne 'bt feu'.urure oif tle tIi potiir simIutl i I; -.-
    I'l a I U a.li.t ;. .Lia ;; l tl auj t J'naL.
    : rpt. :- .*

    is'hich Was the Worse?
    "''Vht't I retturntwd frn ,our poker
    pt:rty laSt uihbt My wiffe Just looked
    at me: cot a '-rd wais spokenn"
    "My wife looked at me, too, and I
    ,don'; believe that a word was unspo-
    keu."-Houston Post.
    Reaching Conclusion.
    "I Imagine from your speech that
    you are a taxidermist."
    "What makes you think so?"
    "Prin,'pally because you tell me f
    Ar :. :.: .se .' an owl and then try to
    ... . '-Lxchange.
    Good News Spreads.
    "I am 70 years old and travel most of
    the tiie," writes B. Folson, of Eliza-
    bethtowa, Ky. "Everywhere I go1 re-
    ,)nm rn Electric Bitters, because I
    own rmv excellent health and vitality
    tf tt ,ir' Tl. yeffect a cue every time."
    SC. : t;- to to tone the stomach,
    i3e : : :; *- '.'i<,,'s an1 b wei, stim-
    s * i '* ,- .' the o n wt'ves

    "5- .,+ them.
    io,. is positively
    :,:,., : iv A H. Brake and Gian-
    r(u-. tilee Co.
    -- ------r ~. -.--
    .a *" T the. inga-e Bidder.
    rei. tLbaiico buyers have their tron
    Vies One of them, who represents a
    et' York house, miet a Counecticut
    alu who had sold his croup. The buy-
    or was amazed at the price the man
    said h a tad recei-ved.
    "Ye'o batv e beeu. created," said he
    Y"Toiu ar ent).itid- to more money than
    "WeQl" z'ellied the farmer, nothingg
    Sals t;eewld patld' l t nd the bargain."
    "ThPen '31 gve yo!' & tents more a
    pound and a bonus of $100 for the
    "Agreed." exclaimed the farmer, and
    Br reteeived a check for the full

    "'Ot lby the way," observed the buy-
    er. "'WI tb -wa my rival In this transac-
    tlu ?"'
    SHe was lunrnned.
    "1 might lise Itbown It," said he
    sadly. "That mai is my partner."-
    New York Press.
    KI .A~

    Bryan, ne neat launch, iem aru is
    putting it ia perfect trim for service.
    -Blank Warranty Deeds, new re-
    vised, improved short term printed on
    good linen naper, 25c per dozen: also
    blaln reeeipts-100 receipts in a block.
    S10e nach. at the Duov offiae
    -Rev. R. W. Burdesnaw will hold
    services in the M. E. church on the
    first and third Sunday in each month
    at the usual hours, morning and even-
    .ing. All are cordiall Vinvited.
    -Mr. Carpenter, an artist of no
    mean ability, formerly of Marianna,
    now connected with the Womack show,
    has been engaged for the nasty few days
    painting a handsome drop scene for
    the show.
    -A cold wave visited the Bay yes-
    terday morning and drove the temper-
    ature down to 31 degrees here in St.
    Andrews. While traces of frost were
    visible, it is not thought any injury to
    fruit resulted.
    -The Registration boo to r Precinct
    No. 5 is now open at the Buoy office and'
    will be until A, nil 23, next, at wlPch
    date it will close. Voters must remem-
    ber that, they wiil not be permitted to
    vote if they are not registered.
    S--Handsome feeier neads with St.
    Andrews Bay date line ana views of
    either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
    Vista Point, at 8c per dozen; also, map
    of the St. Andrews Bay country on
    back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
    at the B-uov office
    -All those persons who are depend-
    inv upon the Buoy to attend to th- pay-
    ment of their taxes and have not yet
    sent in their remittance, should lose
    no time in doing so, as the time is get-
    tinn short when penalty for non-pay-
    ment of the same will attach.
    -No other citizen of Washington
    county is better kno n or more highly
    respected than Mr. Dave D. Davis
    Born andalways having his home here,
    no whisper has ever been ised as to
    character or reputation. He. has nev-
    er sought or asked for official uo.ition;
    'but now he tells you through his an-
    nouncement that he will. like to assess
    your .axes That he has t' e abilityy
    and qualifientions will be conceded by
    everyone who enjoys his acquaintance
    and with no prejudice against any oth-
    er democratic candidate, the Buo is
    satisfied that no regrets will be in or-
    der should the mantle of office fall upon
    his capabfe shoulders.
    --The Womack Enpire Show Com.
    bination, which has visited St. An.
    drew during the past week is well and
    favorably known by our citizens, a-
    was -videinoed y large attendance
    at each of the three performances
    which were given in the tents, pitched
    on Washington avenue. This agre-.a-
    tion has been materially strengthened+
    since its last visit here by the addition
    of the Armstrong family, who are all
    high grade art ists in their several lines.
    The double and single trapeze worn by
    the Armstrong sisters, Elva and Ai-
    hette is worthy a place in the very.best
    metropolis showb-and by the way, Miss
    Elva is the handsomest and most per-
    foctly formed woman tha the eyes of
    St. Andrews people rarely look upon.
    Mrs. Armstrong is ladylike in every
    movement and whether manipulating
    the Swiss Bells or impersonating -the
    burnt cork artist she is a star. It is
    difficult to decide between 'the merits
    of tb, above named family and that of
    ti- Womack sisters, Estalle and Idu.
    men, who are also Trapeze Artists of
    practically perfect proficiency, In fact
    any member of either family could
    command good positions in the great
    shows visiting the largest towns. This
    is the third time within the last twelve
    months that the Womack show has
    visited St. Andrews, and it may be
    mentioned that he gave the first enter
    tainmedt ever presented in Ware's Hall
    was given by Mr. Womack, more than
    twenty years ago. Mr. W.was in hu
    morous mood Saturday night and enter
    tatied those present with sevcra
    amusing sketches In ooening the per-
    formance he made a short address in
    which he told of she kind treatment
    and appeciative exceptionn that had al-
    ways been accorded him here, and so
    much had he ard his good wif. become
    attached totthe place and the people

    that, before he eft this time bhe should'
    buy a plaee aad make a home here.
    Mr. Armstrong also advised the Buoy
    that he was well pleased with St. A n
    dasws. They showed Monday and
    Tuesday in Panama City and the rest
    of this wtek in Millyille. They were

    F. BULLOCK. (,cai.

    Judge L. J. REEVES.
    C. B. DUNN.
    W. B. MILTON
    L. M. WARE!

    : Your Pa!ronage is Respectfully Solicifed.

    Wells, Mrs. Richards's sn, John'and
    Miss Holt. .All report a fine time.
    -Capt; Chas. Dispennett took the fol-
    lowing party to P-'rter's Landing, Cedar
    Creek, for a day's outing, Sunday: Mr.
    and Miss Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Match-
    e tt, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Wilson, Messrs
    Thos. and E. W, Masker, Miss Lillie
    Hannon and Miss Stella Munson. They
    topped [at Mr, Blampied's alligator
    farm on the return trip and looked over
    the curios.
    -On Tbirsday morning lhe 10th
    inst., a merry party of fourteen board-
    ed the launch, Sharpshooter for a )ic'
    nic and oyster bake between Dyer's
    Point and Big Oyster Bar. The day
    was an ideal one, the party counenial
    and nrerry day was speut in the woods
    om I,--n a AFe t.hl. V,-.nt .-n Pw. C/-mn

    UU LIU UIic it U tii wUt ULI-UL U -y1 u
    of the 'party thought 500 oysters too
    many; but it was voted by the majority
    that he enjoy d his full shareof oys-
    ters and fun. There were no oysters
    left. They were served baked, fried
    and raw, besides other good things to
    eat. Artist Masker took several pho-
    tos of the party. After a day of thor-
    ough enjoyment, the homing was made
    0:30 p. m The treat was given by Mr.
    and Mrs. J. M. Wills, who with their
    two little sons, Guy and Ralph, Mr. and
    Mrs. J" A. Matchett, E. W. Masker,
    Miss Stella Munsou Mr. Thos, Masker,
    Mss Lilie Hannon, Mr W. Walker and
    daughter, Phoebe Mr. and Mrs. Pnr-
    ley E. Wilson constituted the party.
    Th3 Was' ington County Democratic
    Executive Committee is hereby called
    to meet'in the Courthouse in Vrrnon,
    Washington County, Florida, at 10
    o'clock a, m., on Monday, March21,
    1910, for the purpose of calling a Dem-
    ocrat:c Primary election in conformity
    with the orders of the State Democrat-
    ic Executive Committee, and for the
    purpose of transacting all other busi-
    ness that may legally and properly
    come before it.
    GEO. W. JOHNSON, Secretary.
    This March 11, 1910.
    The St. Andrews municipal tax
    *is now due and will become delin-
    quent April 1. 1910. Unless they
    are paid by that time, penalty will
    attach. I can be found vt J. R.
    Thompson's store with the tax
    ,book during the balance of this
    "month. C. L. AnRs'rnoNo,
    Town Tax Collector.

    The following persons have been ap-
    pointed Registration officers for the
    several Cistricts of Washington County
    The books will open March 25, and
    close April 23:
    Dist. Dist.

    1.--J T Cart:er,
    2-C L Nichols
    3-T J Miller, jr
    4-J W Gainer, sr.
    5-W A Emmonri.
    6-J L Russ.
    7-W W Cook.
    8-E B Skipper.
    9-R D Massay.
    1O-W H Parker.
    11-John Grant.
    12-B F Carter,
    13-G W Huey.

    14-T F Tiller,
    15-J J Cox,
    16-E iM Newman.
    17-W B Gray.
    18-Josepn Dyer.
    19-D A Sellars.
    20-W E Jeffries,
    21-W J Rooks,
    22-M M Frasiser,
    23-C C Milfs,
    21-To be suppl'd
    25-E M (Goodson,
    2(-B F dwindle.

    No Substitute.
    Accept no substitute for Foley's Hou-
    ey and Tar. It is the best and safest
    remedy for coughs, colds, tore throat
    and lung troubles. Contains no opiates
    and no harmful drugs. Remember the
    nanp, Foley's Honey and Tar, and ac-
    cept no substitutes. Sold bv all Drog-
    A Bernard Shaw Criticism.
    Before fame came to him Bernard
    Shaw wrote dramatic criticisms for
    the London Saturday Review. The
    following sample is characteristic of
    the man:
    "I am in a somewhat foolish posi-
    tion concerning a play at the Opera
    Comique, whither I was bidden this
    day week. For some reason I was not
    supplied with a program, so that 1
    never learned the name of the play.
    At the end of the second act the play
    had advanced about as far as an or-
    dinary dramatist would have brought
    It five minutes after the first rising
    of the curtain or, say, as far as Ibsen
    would have brought it ten years be-
    fore that event. Taking advantage of
    the second interval to stroll out into
    the Strand for a little exercise, I un-
    fortunately forgot all about my busi-
    ness and actually reached home before
    it occurred to me that I had not seen
    the end of the play. Under these cir-
    cumstances it would ill become me to
    dogmatize on the merits of the work or
    Its performance. I can only offer the
    management my apologies." Every-
    Long Drawn Out.
    Judge-What is your name? Pris-
    oner-J. J. J. J. John Jones. Judge-
    Why do you have so many J's In your
    name? Prisoner-The preacher who
    christened me stuttered, sir.-London
    Very Annoying.
    "It is annoying to watch for a train
    that's late."
    "Yes, and it is even more annoying
    to wait for a train that was discon-
    tinued the week before."-Washington

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    The St. Andrews Provision Co.

    Fresh and



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    There Is record of wltat growing in ly satisfied, but not quite sure that the
    China as far back as 3000 B. teacher hadn't been calling her names
    S "too.
    Pneumonia follows a cold. but newer Rae
    follows the use of Foley's Honey and
    Tar which stops the cough, heals the is not nearly the menace to increase in
    lungs and expels the cold from the sys- population that deaths among infants
    tern. Sold by all druggists. are. Eight out of ten of these deaths
    are directly or indirectly caused by
    F w- L* a bowel troubles McGee's Baby Elixer
    I0EIRSH ONREYr AR cures diarrhoea, dysentary. sour stom-

    stops the couch and heals lungs

    r r

    To grow the fln-
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    most luscious
    vegetables, plt the best
    Seeds. Ferry's Sees are best
    ers and farmers everywhere
    mknow Ferry's Ksed. toh e the
    highest standard of quality
    yet attained. For sale
    FERRY'S 1910 Seed Annual
    y. M. FERtaT c a ..

    acl', and all infant ailments of this na-
    tu"e. Just the thing for teething ba-
    bios. Pr.ce 25c: and 50 cent's per bot-
    tle. Sold by Galner Mercantile Co.
    "Just think of it!" said the student
    of immigration. "Many men who
    coume to this country cannot write their
    OVD Inames."
    "Yes." answered Mr. Pinchpenny,
    '1anlid W-U 1 get down my check book
    ou tlie first of the month 1 am inclined
    to e-vy thei."-Washington Star.
    There is no teacher like necessity; it
    has been the making of man; it wakes
    up his dormant faculties and stimu-
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    Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf



    W. C, BARROW. Master,

    Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
    Wednesday, 4:00 p. m,
    Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
    Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
    Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
    Monday, 6:00 p. m.
    Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
    Friday, 1:30 a. m.
    Friday, 1:00 a. m
    Friday, 10Y00 a.. iy,

    St. Andrew,
    Mid lville,,
    St. Andrew.
    Panama City,

    Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
    Wednesday, 0:00 a. i
    Wednesday 10:00 a. m
    Tlhltsday, 6:00 a, m.
    Thursd ,y, 12:00 nooae
    Monday, 6:0o a. mi
    Friday, 2:0 A f ,
    Friday, f2 m, "
    Friday, 11:30 p. i,
    Friday. 11,30 p. &r

    P A;ZTQED -ETT I A-fCi,
    Pensacola to St. Andrew and-Millville. $5.00.
    Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50,
    St. Andrew and Millville to Apalaehicola, $5.00.
    Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
    the abovo rates include meals and berths. Ji. H.
    V. W. WALTERS, Gen'l Freiajht and Pass Agt.


    Eskimo Courtship.
    FOR R E NT If European death scenes astonish,
    he Crma to Hotel the consenting "Yes" of a bride at mar-
    16 he 0 tn -ot l, riage shocks an Eskimo woman. Not
    W. M. CROMAN, only must a bride show herself uncon-
    Cromanton, Fin. seating; she must, if she respects her-
    romanton, self a, tribaltrnadtions. scream and
    Struggle with all her might when her
    Sir Walter Scot'sf Tory. wooer or his envoy enters her family
    Sir Walter Scott's explanation of the ^^pee and, Iviug hold upon her.
    originoft a-gven Iit residence and, laying hold upon her.
    origin of "tory" as "give me" is ot drags her, usually by the topknot
    quite the same as that of other in- to her usually by t he my topkt,
    quirers. According to a high author. seted ih new S may and tre
    tthe word is Irish for a pursuer"seuted with a new lamp and water
    t, the word is Irish for a "pursuer p'! by her bridegroom, and she is as
    and was at first given to moss troop- a general thing mightily pleased at
    ers, who for their own villainous pur- u fr
    poses pretended to be on the side of e change ct to shwte. ut she piles far
    the crown and the constitution and the too pircumsnt to pshoup a n y please
    and in that dis- or affection and keeps up a noisy dew-
    rights of property and in that dis- .trtion uutil she feels that she has
    guise haunted the begs of Ireland, ne all that a well bred maiden
    robbing the inhabitants in the name h stld do. If she doe not ecr.ie
    of the king. About lSO those whof proper discrimination in this matter her
    "contended for the extreme preroga- lird sometimes scratches the soles of
    fives of the crown" had this contep her feet so that she cannot run away
    tuous term applied to them by their- to her parents.-Hlarper's Bazar.
    opponents, and thus we arrive at the
    meaning of today. Macaulay points
    out as a curious circumstance that Lcrd Southey's G.illsPine.
    "whig" and "tory" originally applied i':st e''i ntioll ot an ee-
    as a term of insult should so soon have ceenti i lnal wai i Lol'd Sout 's co
    been assumed with pride. An odder ar':*rAeent tfor suicide by means ot
    circumstance Is that two great Eng- guul ,tine. le h:d a nungnilcent oe
    lish parties should have taken their e('c(t d in bl) drawing jro(Qytm of bis
    titles the one from the bogs of Ire- htuse iu lhe llue du Luxembourg at
    land and the other from the lowlands Iris '. th maChie was of ebony m-
    of Scotland.-London Times. !ind with goid and silver, the frame-
    wotk carved with artistic skill; the
    inife. sharp as a razor. was of polished
    Gilbert Islands Tipple. tul ornamented steel. l'reparlng for
    Neither ten nor cofee is drunk in the d:d ornais lted steel. P reparing for
    Gilbert islan-ds, but liquor named kara-
    fee, or toddy. It is the juice of the co- silk, he kneelhd upn tae platform
    coanut tree, from wIlkch it is drawn der te knife before apl irror aind
    daily at sunrise and sunset. To obtain ree the rin hi should re-
    it the natives climb up the tall trees lease the knife But the, spring failed
    and while extracting it keep up a con- to ork and the would be suicide de-
    stant 37elllng to let those below kniow to work and the would be suicide.de-
    stnt yelling to let those below know ded to give the guillotine to a mu-
    that they are at work. The sap when instead of makg a second at-
    fresh is a harmless and delicious bev- s i o a a s at-
    fresh is a harmless anddeliious tempt to end his life. It Is said that
    erage, but after It has been kept a day he made an annual pilgrimage to see
    or two ferientatiou sets n and it be- the guillotine until the end of his life
    comes intoxicating. Karafee does not.
    however, fy t t he head, but a man DO Y t
    who drinks it to excess loses the ccu- DO You Get Up
    trctl f his iegs. 1-owever, when this WTith a Lame Backt?
    befalls a native he has sense enough
    to remain indoors and shows his face Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable,
    to no oe, for if his chief should ever Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's
    hear of it he would be tried and sen- Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
    tence.e to ar:d iabor and a heavy thu e bladder remedy, be-
    In former days a native found intoxi- | cause of its remark-
    cated was tied to a tree and received J I | able health restoring
    a hundred lashes, the bloud. f.irh properties. Swamp-
    streamingdown his back. Pesides Root fulfills aln:ost
    this, all his lands were confiscated to every wish in over-
    the kig forever .coming rheumatism,
    the king forever. i pain n the back, kid-
    S- neys, liver,- ale l-vie
    An AnA ful Eirup lt ion \ a and every part of the
    f a Volcao vs'brief inte rest. an -. urinary passage. It
    of a ylcau s brief interest. ad corrects inability to
    your interest in 'skin eruptions will be ho!ldwaterand scaldingpain ii passingit,
    as short, if you use Bucklen's Arnic.ni n badePffectfollowinggseof liquor,wine
    Salv, their quickest cu boer, and overcomes that unpleasant
    av, thi quickest cur, Een the iecesity of being compelled to go often
    woret boils, ulcers or fever sores are through the day, and to get up many
    soon healod by it, Best for burns, cults. iinies during the nicht.
    bruises; ,sore lips, chapped hands, chil- Swanmp=Root is ni recommended for
    blalus and ile It givea iant reli everything but if you have kidney, liver
    bla and ie. It gives stat reliefor bladder trouble, it will be found just
    25c, atA.H. Brake's and Gainer Mo- the remedy you need. It has been thor-
    cantile Co.s roughly tested in private practice, and has
    -proved so successful*that a special ar-
    An Obliging Father, tan ement has been made by which all
    A man who grew rich h I a son of readers of this paper, who have not al-
    whom be disapod, ad whe the ady tried it, may have a sample bottle
    whom e disapproved, d when the ent free by mail, also a book telling
    son was married against the ffther'i more about Swamp-Root, and how to
    wishes the father made him an allow findoutif youhavekid-
    ance of $20 a week and said that was neyor bladder trouble.
    all he cold have. When writing mention
    Awhile later he wns dimSnisslng the reading this generous
    matter with a friend of his pioneer offer in this paper and
    days. "Do you think $20 a week ia send your address to.
    enou lfor the boy?" he asked. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Home o0,1wamp-Root.
    enough for te boy? he askedBinghamton, N. Y. The regular fifty-cent
    "Well," replied the friend judicially, and one-dollar size bottles are sold by
    "I dou't know about that." all druggists. Don't make any mistake
    "It's a dara sight more than we had but.remember the name, Swamp-Root,
    when we started in," argued the fa- Dr. Kilmerls Swamp-Root, and the ad-
    ther. dres, EBinghamton, N. .,on every bottle.
    "Pe'rhans it ta," salid the friend, "but
    you must remembin er that times have Didn't Ca;l Him Names.
    changed. We used to dig clams for Micl:ey's mi:orthr xisitt 4 a young
    our dinner." school calciai i' ,' fCe Vast side the oth
    "By George." slid the father, "I cr day. says thl New York Sun. As
    guess I 'have been too severe with nIerly as slet could make o(t from
    him! I'll be kindler in the future. I'll the (mother's sp!;ite:riigs the teacher
    buy him a spade and show him where had been caiing Mlickl:y "names that
    the clams are."-Exchange. no lady would use and no dacihnt moth-
    er would stand for." The teacher
    His Relay Stunt. thought ha;il. lut could recollect no
    ".Dat. I wans simply great in relay time when she had gixen way to an
    events." I),alsied the Ioy froM college. im'ullse to call Mickey dreadful names.
    "Good enough, son:! We'll make use "Sure but you did." insisted the
    of them talents: Your ma will soon mother. "I don't know what you
    be ready to relay the carpets."-- .ouis- meant by it, but scurvy elephant is no
    ville Courier.-Jourrnal. nice name to call a boy. That's what
    he sald yot called him-a scurvy ele-
    *" liles of Them. plha.t."
    Lady (in rmoderl bookstoret-I wish "Scurvy elephant! No," said the
    to see all of the latest hoots. Sales- teacher in a relieved voice; "I didn't
    man-Very well. Inmlari. \Will you call Mike a scurvy elephant 1 called
    kindly step on board this scenic rail- him a disturbing element, and I re-
    way'?-Life. iterate my statement."
    Mickey's mother went home partial-

    Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and
    Posfoffice on the Bay.

    L. E. WARE,



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    mercantile Co.,

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    "aacM QU ... t- ard ar e.

    The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

    Founded in 1878, and built uD by tLe late L. M. Wae,
    now Thoroughly Reorganized 'under New aniagerrmen

    Solicits the Patronage of Old Patrons
    of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
    well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
    to all.

    We Pay the Freight -n ail Goods excepi Fl.or. Meal *~n
    Feed to any P:',,t office ,n the Bay.

    Every Woman Will Be Interested.
    If you have pains in the back, ur na-
    ry bladder or kidney trouble, and want
    a cet:.in. plel sant Il rb cu1r0' or w -I Cream V
    __. 11*T A r-_ ^l ^ I -f1, ".. 0 9 A ^ Q

    n.an s 'ill -. .'ry ivloter r' yS A
    TRALTN LrAF. II. is a saij. i d ue -
    er faiLing ree'lator. At r u s or
    by mail 50 cts. m ie package F E',.
    Address, 'Ihe Muth.r rayv C.,, I -
    Roy. N. Y.

    Court Dress of Laureate.
    Tennyson's court dress when he re
    eeived the laureateship did not co
    him much, for it was the same cou:
    dress worn by Wordsworth, who i:
    turn hadc it from the old poet Roger;:
    and it is still in the Wordsworth fanr
    Ily. It is a wonder how Tennyson an
    Wordsworth got into it, for Rogers we;
    a little fellow. Tennyson had no pa
    slon for courts, and so be went in e-
    end hand to save cost. New Yor.


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    Ballard-Snow Linient Co.
    0T. xLOUI, MO.
    Sold by Gainer Mercantile Co.
    ITurran niiture is so constituted thia
    all see and jndg* better in the affairs
    of other mnc than in their own-Tep-

    SAfter The Grip-
    "I am much pleased, to be able to v.r;fe arid -f n!c
    you for what Cardui has done for me," vwrims AIrs. Sarah
    . CG4lliland, of Siler City, N. C.
    "Last February, I had the Grippe, which left me in
    bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with fcmane
    trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it.
    "At last, I began to take Cardui. I -ave taken only
    three bottles, but it has done me more good than all tah
    doctors or than any other medicine I ever took."

    Take CARDUI


    The Woman's Tomic

    For the after-effects of any serious illness, fike the
    Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use.
    It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the
    appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
    natural glow of health.
    Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it.
    Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has
    helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you?
    Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardrf
    ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale
    in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui,
    Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chrttanooga' Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Ten&a.
    for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women." set ree.
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    Thursday, Maich 17, 1910.


    Sugar per lb Tea, yet ltb
    Graniulated...6 1-4 He No .....;.g.. .
    Goftee, Gunpowder ;. I
    Green ...... 12 at 20 Uncol'd Jp 6-6
    Arbuckle. ... tb 20 Cond milk per can
    Singer Snaps .....o Unsweetn' .... I
    Crackers, soda .... 1o Sweetenedd.... id
    Tobacco, plug ..30 toso Baking Powder
    Raisins, Royal .. .....
    Lcondlon layers .. s Campbell d ....... t6
    Valencia ....... 10o Canned fruit
    "ice .......6% to 8 Peaches......ioaae
    Apples Toma toes .... 1o-1
    Evaporated .... o Apples ........ xo
    Dried Peaches .. 0 Pears ......... 5
    ioal Oil pr gal .... 20 Plums ........ to
    Gasoline ......... 20 Apricot ... -2
    Florida Syrup .... 5 Strawberries io tois
    Honey .......... 10 Pineapple .... [o-20
    Vineger .........30 Canned meats
    Cheese prtb ...... 20 Roast Beef ..... it
    Buittr ........ 35-40 Corned Beef .... is
    Oleomargrine .. .18 Chipped Beef ...
    Lard ........ 0 to 13 Lobster .... io& 15
    Beans .. ...... 6 Salmon..... zoatis
    oeloanut plg .... o Canned vegetables
    elly glass .... ta5 Baked Beans ..5toto
    Lime Jtiee..,, 45 Corn .......xoati5
    Eggs pr dot ...... 25 Peas..........
    Pumpkin ...... i
    Flour Pork
    Starof S'th %, 3.25 D, S. pr tb .....
    Obelisk .... 3.40 BaconSides .... 12
    Corn Meal prbu ..x.o Fresh ....... 8aio
    Oat Meal pr lb .... 1o Br'kf'st Bac'n 16 -22
    Corn pr bu ...... 00oo Ham canv's'd .. 16
    Potatoes Shoulders ..... x
    Irish ........ 1.40 Beef
    Early R'se seed .. x. S Corned ........ 8
    e9weet ....75 to I. Oo Fresh ...... totois
    Salt pr sack .... .od Dried ......... 25
    Table ......... S Milk pr qt ........ 1o
    Nails prtbh..... 4a5 Ax, with handle ... .0oo
    Galv wire do .. 7to8 Hoes, each .... .3a5o
    Manillarope ... I2to8 .Copper paint, can... 60
    Stoves, cook ..$8a$25 Linseed oil, gal.. 55a6o
    Pipe pr joint ... is
    Prints pr yd .... 6a7 Checks ........ 6to 8
    Sheeting ....... 59 Flandel ....... 15a4o
    Muslin........ 9ag Thread per spool ..
    eens......... 5a45 Shoes, ladies ....
    ...4I, $2.75, $400

    Extreme Absentmindednegs.
    "The queerest case of absentmlnded-
    ness that I have ever known of." re-
    marked the night clerk of a certain ho-
    tel. "'w's thit whiI h happened it thNt
    hotel early yesterday morntitig. Twt
    fellow boarders, one .lotir by tinr'ir
    and the other whose natIle is Birown.
    occupied a room on the third foor.
    "Well, Brown requested tne to' have
    him wakened at 3 o'clock 0g as to al-
    low him to catch the 4 o'clock trAfgt.
    He was awakened at the requested
    time, and in his hfitrr fo drcr.s himself
    he! put on .,lc'W' v'lotlis by mistake
    r' (iI C not fl:'ove(i or s m~ti; 'o, relherdth hie lop)t. and. would you
    eievt' e ll"-here the speaker paused-
    whlni he folitid ,'ff that he was wear-
    lag some one else's clothes he imme-
    illait'ly returned to the hotel and went
    rIght to bed."
    "I don't spp ff i$'y absentmindedness
    -thont f~tf," broke if of'e of the listen-

    "*Totf doi'fi Why. he thought that I
    h;ad awa'ikPi:( m the trotig man."

    Thealeft 6f biff6rent Ages.
    The ditier-lnce between the play-
    house in whllRf wE see 'l drAtmfla of
    Bronson, tiow~rd's today andi the lpay-
    house In wli.i8I Slheridal;n's comedies
    were originally ?iete-jd 1s greater thai'
    the differillce lybt verin Sh rtdaHn's
    Liira;r' Italic ielt! tihe house for whicl;
    Coi:.~'e-.e \\l'(rote a;ld itn which Better
    tollp ;i't'fd. Anid that restoration play
    house was v'ery unlifke 1i Ihelebizabethal;
    the.iler for which Sh;lia es;)ere wrote
    :ind iin which Ilturbl:ge iited. Evetr
    inore apparent iis thr! difference be
    teen lthl the;trc'r of I)ionlysius ;:t
    Athens and tihe Rollani theater at
    Orange. These -heaters are sharply
    (ilstiinuished fr'n iti one another b.
    their sizep. by their stl:iCn by theii
    iriethItds of illuiiniiation, by the aL
    sel!cte or presence cf reJd svenecry aun
    0 by tbth arr;aii elleintt or-'he sets foi
    th" spc; t;.atoirs, (anl ;ais we study theta.
    sui:e esive ch: niges we are contirme-.
    in the coinvic.i on i that lhese t)hysica
    (eolldil ins must li:i e e:.lrted a pow
    'rta'l iIlnet-e u:'; I lie ir:;,4latiMt
    who followed '!': a!i',t!hel down thi
    nl i'y.

    Men's ..$1.40o a4.oo
    Hay pr cwt ..... 1.25 Oats pr bu ....... 5
    Bran ......... .7 Brick pr M .... 13.0o StUa e ylut-:elf with the p!l
    RopeSisal.......7a Lime prbbt ..... .5 phy of oI)pti;sj. It softe:s the li '.:
    FRUIT and NUTS. and ta-es the Jar off the bumps.i --,
    Oranges perdoz':.. 30 Pecans ptlb ..... i5
    Apples .........20 Walnuts........ 20 troit FreP ProIsP
    Lemons ......... 30 Almonds ........ 5 .
    tnshellprx,ooo...2.oo Opened pr (it ..... Wormology
    Horses..... soa$so Cows...... $25 to $5o should be studied by every parent. If
    tilcs ....... Soa$i75 Hogs ........ $3to$6
    Dxen pr yoke .... $65 Sheep ........... $2 your child is nervous, fretful, starts in
    POULTRY. its sleep, is pasty faced, has rings uncer
    .hickens each .4oao Geese each .....45aso
    Turkeys ..o.. oax. 5o Ducks......... 25a5o its i3'Ys, always seCtus hutlgry, is not
    FI9Ht1 I .'ainin, wel- ht. vou eiln hen eur t.he

    Fresh Salt
    Mulletprdoz ... 23 Mullet pr. bbl 6.50
    Trout ......... 25 Trout. ......6. 50.
    Pompano pr lb.. 10 Pompano .... 10.00
    Sturgeon ...... x0o Mackerel .... 8.oo
    Flooring ,Ceiling
    Heartper i... $14.oo Heart, per iA ...44.00oo
    face .. ..... 12.00 Face .. 2.00
    ap 1 ...... 10.00 Sap ... 0.
    Drop Siding Clapboards
    reart face prm $xi .o0 tesx6in pr ri... $2.oo
    Bap "... 10.0 0 Finishing lum-
    Buff lumber ...Sat 12 ber, d .... $S2a$rg
    Heartshingles .. 2.50 I.ath. prm ... a.
    sap ... .350 Boat lumber,
    dressed .... $20

    T' lere i. ~ihor'e c.-iiln in i' -. I;.i, i
    the cuili'rv than all oaher disevses put
    together, aid until the last few years was
    sunpo-cd to lie incurable. For a great
    many yeats.doctors pronounced it a local
    di.'ea.se. anid prescribed local remedies
    andil by constantly failing to cure with
    local treatment, pronounced it incurahble
    ?eience has proven catarrh to lie a con*
    stitutional disetsec, and therefore re-
    lires constitutional treatment. Hall's
    atarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
    ,neney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
    constitutional cure on the market. It is
    taken internally in doses from ten drops
    to a teashoon'ul. It acts directly on I lhe
    blood and mucous surfaces of the system,.
    rhey offer one hundred dollars for nny
    zase it fails to cure. Send for circulars
    and testianunials. Address, J. F. CHE-
    NEY & Co. Toledo, Ohio.
    Sold by drug ists, 73c.
    Take tlall's Familvy 'ills, for coiistipa-

    A Oried Up Spring.
    Ed'tor-l understand. Mr. Penny.
    Sman. that you have married. Penny-
    1n1ii (sadly-Yes., Editor-That will
    perhaps infuse new life in your moth-
    er-il-law jokes, ehl? Pennymab (more
    sa(dlyi-Alas, that is a thing of the
    past. The mother-Itn-law is no longer a
    joke with me.-Brooklyn Life.

    An Appreciated Kindness,.
    "Mr. Growell." began the visitor, "I
    don't want to disturb you"-
    "Very considerate of you to c',me In
    here just to tell pe that," said the
    busy man. "1 appreciate It, sir. Good
    day!"-New York Journal.

    Trouble is worms. White's Cream Ver-

    mifuge is an absolute cure for worms.
    Is its own purgative, Sold by Gainer
    IMe cxiuiile Co.

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    ,':ia ;ir i r -il t h i : .i.: \ ;i. .kr
    -,< il +lt!l,; ;r ; : i 1t 1)1." *, i i l ;| ll :| 1( S ill

    I t, t' i .'ii'ei i ;it~ c i ,'i its ,. ( tlhe

    a rl' o, ,a I I t I t, ili ther. l lit.
    lioi i ul iioilt l f yn e' i is nrrleI,
    satin S a !d'. I !!, a'il s1i. on ais his rep

    ilili' Ilt ir wrOl i ll t t ilii.t li,,. a i ie ded
    a;iSmt ;i ,i i,:i it 1 : inthIs y t' i u le wonr
    ';i]) Ilt n.n( i tl's T)0 a ( )iF lo it tihe i.!ltei h liv it vilit is alld the
    mh;Ir 0 0'lll i 1, I fi t, N oil ( it r. PRut.,
    tliit inside. hl r 1,till li" n l Intrdipr tinir,
    aini tilus e iim i wiho ies h.iia lt aiind fair.
    He is i olmpte!on toat an f i tgod deal
    alld let -:ie of inlidt1 h kin v- not. Like
    ot hr ti ptes at crootsi. he doa n'st pros-
    tper. nd hIis l ine l Ish is.re unpleasant
    thin tlhe beginning. Atchisool (Globe.
    Two Ways of Telling It.
    Once upon ta time ft Persian king In
    his sleep dreamed that all of his teeth
    fell onut before him, one by one. He
    anmumoned a soothsayer and asked him
    to interpret the dream.
    The soothsayer said, "0 king, the
    meaning of thy dream Is that thy
    familyy and relatives shall die In thy
    presrene, one by one, till all are gone."
    The king was very angry at that
    ond sent the soothsayer at once ti,

    Then he "sent for another soothsayer
    and again isked for ntt interpretation
    of the dream.j
    The sooithsayer MOmtde lthswer. "0
    king. the 1-ittrpritntton of thy drean"
    is that thy fanilly nni relatives shal;
    die, one by one. and thou thyself shall
    outlive them all."
    With this answer the king showeC
    approval and commanded that a pres
    ent be given to the Interpreter antd
    that he should be sent home with
    == == === =

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    We want you to have the almanac because it has in it the in-
    formation that ahoutd be in all good almanacs.
    That is not all. It gives a lot of Fertilizer facts' and terse
    information about the growing of crops that is interesting because
    it is valuable when applied.
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    address, in that we believe it would be mutually profitable for
    you to have a copy of it. 'There IS no COSL
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    I. ----,--~--- ; ,I S

    She-I don't see why you should hes-
    tate to marry on $3,000 a year. Papa
    says my gowns never cost more than
    that. I]e-Rut. my dear, we must have
    something to eat. She (petuluntlyi-
    Isn't that just like a man', Always
    thinking of his stomach. Boston

    When a mother tells her boy he is
    getting to be Just like his father he
    knows well that it is not intended as
    I compIliment.
    From the Kitchen.
    Has it enter struck one what a ntim
    ber of terms belonging to cuisine are
    applied to man under different circum-
    stances? Sometimes he is "basted." bee
    "boils with rage," is "bdked" With
    heat and "burns" iitl floe ot jeal-
    ousy. He is often "ctif ip," "det our-
    ed" with' a flame and "doFe' brown.'t
    We "dress" his Jacket for hfts. oflme
    times he is "eaten ip" with care, said
    occasionally he is "fried." WO "Cook"
    his "goose" for him, and oftehf he
    makes a "goose" of himself. We make
    d "hash" of him, and sometimes he
    makes a hash of something else. He
    gets into "hot water" and sometimes
    into a "mess," is made into "mince
    meat" and is often in a "pickle." We
    tire often asked to "toast" him. and he
    is frequently put Into a "stew" or is
    in a "stew," no one knows why. A
    "soft" Is "half baked," and one severe-
    ly handled Is well "peppered." A
    eheeky yoting imp Is a "sance box."
    and a rich father is made to "fork"
    out.--Dundee Adeitilser.

    He Knew His Business.
    Kind Hearted Maiden (fishing for a
    stray penny in her pUrse--I suppose
    'ou poor blind peoeY" feel youit 'is-
    fortunes keenly?
    Blind Mendicant-Yes, indeed. The
    Lord only knows how I miss the pleas
    ure of being able to look into the beau
    tifll faces of the handsome and ltoeTy
    ladies Who ate kind enough to dohate-
    Kind Hearted Mafide fishingg out a
    shilling)--Here, poor fellow, take this
    I'm sure you are deserving.-London



    To the Democratic Voters of Washing-
    ton County:
    I want to assess the taxes of this
    County. The office belongs to the peo-
    ple, and I come to you for it. My can-
    didacy is subject to the action of the
    Democratic Primaries. I will greatly
    appreciate the nomination, and pledge
    my hearty support to the Democratic
    Ticket. whether I am nominated or not
    Thanking you for your support,
    Very Respectful'l4,

    This is to noetifv my friends and the
    voters of Washington county, that, al-
    ter due consideration of requests of con-
    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 sup-
    port and influence,
    Respectfully, J. J. WILLIAMS.

    To the people of the Third Congres-
    sional District of Florida:
    I am a candidate fo.* Congress, sub-
    ject to the action of the Democratic
    Primary. I am deeply grateful for the
    honor of reopresEnting the: District in
    the present Congress, and if re-nomin.
    ated and elected as the custom has
    been, I promise a faithful discharge of
    every duty, with a loyalty to your in-
    terests, Very Respectfully,
    D. IH. MAYS.

    I am a candidate to serve Washing-
    county again a sSupeivisor of Registra-
    tiion, afd offer myself as a candidate,
    s object to the forthcoming Democratic
    Primary. I have endaevored to serve
    voii faithfully ail ) n. if -I.ti n
    chosen, to relax no effort to eomp'y
    with the strict letter or the law, and in
    my official capacity to secure to every
    voter all the rights to which he is by
    law entitled, Very Respectfully,

    1 hereby announce to my friends and
    to all of the voters of Wash'ngton
    County that, I am a candidate for rec
    election to the office 'ol Tax Collector1
    subject to the selection at the primary
    election. In my administration ot the
    office in the p;st I have endeavored
    constantly to abide by the strictaletter
    of the law, without fear of favoritism,
    and if.again 'selected protnise to follow
    the same line of action. Trusting that
    this is what you demand of your ser-
    vant, T again submit my name and wili
    be duly thankful and will appreciate
    your support Very respectfully,
    W B. GAINER.
    I hereby announce myself as a candi-
    date in the coming Democratic Prima-
    ry for the position of Representative
    from Washington County inathe next
    Legislature. I believe that my expe'
    rience in the last Legislature has fitted
    me to do better work in the next, and
    if elected I promise to give my best of
    forts in behalf of Washington County's
    interests, Thanking my friends for
    their past support and asking a contain
    ance thereof in the Primary, I remain
    Respectfully Yours,
    R.'L. McKENZIE.
    Panama City, Feb. 21 1910.

    . PARKER'S
    Cle r.lse andl beautifies the hair.
    P9rontmit lluxuriant growth.
    SoBver alls to Raotore Gray
    MPA= f lair to its Youthful Color.
    fCures secalp diseases & hair 11llnhg.
    S~,amS 9I.flt at Druggi'ss

    Mesdames Otway Ware, J. T
    Gwaltney, Burch and Mias Anni
    'Surber took a walk to Panam
    City, last Saturday; Mrs. Ware an'
    Miss Surber returned home on th
    mail boat, while the other tw
    ladies came back on foot.
    Mr. and Mrs. Elias Ayars of Cro
    manton were over in St. An Irews
    Mrs. W. Page of Courtney Point
    who has been a sufferer for somil
    time, left for Dothan, Sunday
    where she hopes to find relief, a
    the Dothan Infirmary,
    Mr. Carpenter the Womaekscenii
    artist, made the Buoy office a very
    pleasant call this morning;
    Mr, A E. Messer advance agent
    of the Womaek Show;- whe arrived
    here quite ill, last Friday, is im-
    proving nicely and made a pleasant
    cnllrat the Buoy office yesterday
    Mr. Messer is a guest at the Dock
    Mr. Geo C, Drummond and his
    charming daughter, Miss"Willie, re-
    latives of Mayor J. H Drummond,
    of St. Andrews, arrived here Mon-
    day and expect to remain several
    weeks. They are guests at The
    Oaks, and the Buoy understands
    that the gentleman has purchased
    some valuable property and pro-
    poses to build several neat cottages
    for renting.
    Mr. Dave D. Davis of Panama
    City visited the Buoy office on a
    pleasant errand, Tuesday morning,
    Mr. Morton Rynearson returned
    on the Iucy H., from Pensacola,
    yesterday morning, after a business
    sojourn in that city for nearly a
    Mr. Milton Howlett is visiting
    with his sisters, in St, Andrews,
    while waiting for some parts of his
    Mrs. O. H. Kester has friends
    visiting her from DeFuniak Springs.
    Mrs, Hayward's sister Mrs. Grant
    leaves this week for Jacksonville.


    Hancock, representing the
    Bear Co., of Pensacola, ar-
    here Tuesday night in his
    automobile, and has been
    at The Oaks, for a day or

    Mr. T. B. D. Gainer of Southport
    spent several days in town this last
    Mrs. Geo. Fenters of Panama City
    is a guest at the Buena Vista Hotel.
    Capt. H. 'A. Spicer of Cromanton
    was a pleasant caller at the Buoy
    office Tuesday.
    Mr. Ingalls, brother of Mrs. F. M.
    Gideon, left for his home in Kokomo
    Ind on the Tarpon last Friday.
    ~csdrn des ailnon andSchofelt,
    who have been occupying the Mal-
    lock cottage, on Pretty Bayou for
    a month or more, left last Thurs-
    day, for their home in Blakely,
    Miss Lillie Hannon after a very
    pleasant visit of a few weeks, with
    Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Wilson, left for
    her home in Dowagiac, Mich., on
    the 16th of March. She made a
    great many friends while here, and
    all regret that she is called away
    sooner than she expected to go, on
    account of sickness in her family.
    Mrs. J. H. Drnmmond, Misses





    The Family


    The best medicines in the
    world cannot take the place of
    the family physician. Consult
    him early when taken ill. If
    the trouble is with your
    throat, bronchial tubes, or
    lungs, ask him about taking
    Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then
    take it or not, as he says.
    We publiih otr ftrmula
    We6 banih alcohol
    Wf Om our medicolne
    W. urge you to
    -JM Jkfcf 0 consult your
    Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indiges-
    tion, constipation, dizzy spells-these
    are some of the results of an inactive
    liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses
    Ayer's Pills in these cases. The d6os
    is small, one pill at bedtime.
    MXade by the J. C. A. yrCo., Xwl, owl. Xu-1.1

    Newcomb's Definition of "Magnet."
    Personally Newcoub was an agree.
    S able companion and a faithful friend.
    SHis success was due largely to his
    tenacity of purpose. The writer's only
    SIpersonal contact with, him came
    through the Standard dictionary, ol
    "wlose definitions nl physical science
    Newcomb had general oversight. On(
    one' occasional he canie Into the otficet
    greatly dissatisfied with the definition
    that we had framed for the word
    "maguet"-a cot'rnipti(mn almost imtpos
    sible to define in tiy l-i.:al wa;y. \Wt
    3 bhnd pih:;)'!y' ,,o1 'itc'r'iied ltrw propertie-
    of the thing. a niur.wt, \\ :ie ini the a1;
    sence of n hi'i i:;vEi .:l'edge ol
    their causes was i!;tv only ritio'ailt pro
    c.(edure. But Nev.tio)i's mtiiiidt dImoialld
    ed a logical treatnint. ni~d, tli'ongh hi
    mulnst have seen from tile oll istt tIha
    this was a forlorn hope. his tenacity o;
    purpose kept hhnm ptienil, in hla. Iwill
    ing land erasing alternately forr an h.oli
    or more. F finally lie c(lnifr esl t ;l
    he could do no better tlan ti he foli~t \\
    ing pair of defluitions: ".Miagi)t. a : bi
    capablee of exeirting tiug ag notii- to'r,-,
    anl "niagnetic force, tlie force exerte'
    by a magnet." \Vith a hearty loug.
    at his beautifl circ ins inl d liiendil;.
    he threvl' down his 4peinil. :ital the im
    ptirfeit atid illogical oftlie di fniflitiol
    was taccel)ted.-North Aleiri(can e-
    Ssved a Soldier's Life.
    Facitn death from shot and shell in
    the civil war was more agreeable to J
    A. Stone, of Kemp., Tex., than facing
    it from what doctors said was consump-
    tion. "i contracted a stubborn eoold"
    he writes, "that developed a cough.
    that stuck to me in spite of all remedies
    for years. My weight ran down to 130
    pounds. Then I began to use Dr, King's
    New Dise6very; which completely cur-
    ed me. I now weigh 178 pounds," For
    coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, hem-
    orhage, hoarseeness croup, whooping
    cough and lung trouble, its suDreme,
    59'., $1.00. Trlalbot tl free. Giuaran-
    teed by A. H. Brake and Gainer Mer-
    cantile Co.
    A Bad Wltxup.
    "Say," remarked one government
    clerk to another, "I'm up against it
    good and proper."
    "What's the trouble?" queried g. c
    No. 2.
    "I got two medical certificates from
    two different doctors yesterday," ex
    plained the party of the first part
    "One was a certificate of health for n
    life insurance company, and the other,
    was a certificate of illness to be sent
    to my chief with a petition for tw(,
    Weeks' leave of absence."
    "Oh, that's nothing," rejoined 1h
    fellow clerk. "I've done that myself."
    "Yes," conii:-ucd the other, "but '
    mixed the ce:'tificates in mailing. Th(
    Ill health certificate went to the tn
    sutrance coln;aiiy and Ihe certifi.-ate o-
    good health went to my chief. See?'
    -Chicago Niews.

    Would Have Cost Him His Life.
    Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky., writes

    Ina Rose, and Ebba Has and M ster Herbert Drummo and take great pleasure in stating it
    cured me permanently of kidney dis-
    took a pleasant drive to Panama ease, which certainly would have cost
    City, Tuesday afternoon, ie my life." Sold by all drug.ists.


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    Out of His Line.
    Western elative.-W-\ e.l, W\r ell,
    what wite the score today? Little lhos-
    Iton Buy--eaItcy; I do ntot knuow. Is ii
    not your opinion Unle \.Vili!i.,. tI: :
    the thef 7in of Cleuiient ai .\l(i; asi
    furnished a inii h' i( l'- 'rl-' -o tle btia s
    for a aiilouia. tilhory of( creation ih:o n
    is afforded by that of Augusti::se -
    Chicago tribune.

    Useful Knowledge.
    Tommy-l'aw., I've beard yot tdlk
    about 1Etsy street. VWere Is it? Mr
    Tucker-It's at the farther end of il
    long. rough and hilly tlornontifare.
    called lhird Work street, tMy boy.-
    E iv Lint tige,
    The Loss.
    H:lrry- Well. yes i suppose I w'as
    rather hasty In propo-mfnz to her. hut
    the fiM'- i she looked so charifllrng I
    lost nIy heart. Di-k You n'en a you
    lost youtl head.-R oston Thanscript.

    Re not )ilke the tailor of Campello,
    who worked for nothing and found the
    thread.-- pauish Proverb
    If you Are a Trifle Sensitive
    About the size of your shoes, it's some
    satisfaction to know (that many people
    can wear shoes a size smaller bysprink-
    ling Allen's Foot-Ease into them, Just
    the thin. for patent leather shoes, and
    for breaking in new shoes. Sold every-
    where, 25cr-


    The Official Uo9t,
    "Your wife Wdo t wt setin to card
    much for that friend ,,t .v'nr1'."
    "No. He's th, man I lay rtn h nme
    on when I'm detained du\wno Dir."-
    tPliladelphia Post.

    Stulir-r!l ns Mules
    aee Itver'ar.d b< ~l-s.- ,,r.lt mw"s 6 et
    to balk wihmil carse Tli,.n tlpre t
    tiouble-loSs s f appl,"i''- 'i,.,I-t,-,n;
    nertOusnetss, fpeicnte iric iadhe
    But such ttroubles Ay before Dr King's
    New Life Pillsi.,he worId'f best totmA
    ach and liter rne.dt.d Socapay. 2S,c at
    A. H. lrake's and Ga'ner Me'rcait)tD
    Co. 's.
    un-. - .
    "Thit mani has no cunscterct."
    "Why( do yOu tl:lnk Mn "
    '"He cheafed d&e fetrtrffyT (,i a hc'stEf
    trade hx which I stIfll id i wias e isil '
    getting the bette e l, t (i the bargita/.
    -Chicago Re otdI'-lft-rtld.

    He Wae Perfectly Frifink With ke#
    "I.will never marry a man." *sfid i
    haughty young wonmiu. "who;e tfoi
    tune has not at least five ctphres i t."
    "Take me," replied her ardmirer,
    young lawyer. "Mine Is alfclpher."--
    Ladies' Home Jdornal.

    Glory should follow, not be pursjnut

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    At the End of

    The Summer

    The CdGtii of Colf That *
    Richard and Mar&
    ele Played.

    ft 'EMPLE BAILEY. *
    Copyright,- 109, by Assoclrted Lit- I
    erary Press. -
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    Marcia. lu a red sweater, made a
    bright spot ror the other side of the
    Richard waved to her, and she waved
    back, dropping her bag of golf clubs
    and standing on tiptoe 8' that he
    night see her clearly above the bushe..
    'When he came up to her he said:
    "Suchenergy! It's only 1 o'clock."
    ." hoped to be early enough so that
    could go around the course alone."
    The words were severe, but her eyes
    "fbtt know you'd rather go with me."
    fiichard built up a tee of sand neatly
    and topped it with his round white
    "lI've' made ffl drive," Marcia said,
    "and my i1ll Is lost over there, some-
    where in the bushes; so, if you please,
    'll follow my hose abd ind it"
    And away Uhe' Went: And d ichard,
    cutting all his skill into his drive, sent,
    i ball halfway to the first hole. Then
    lie picked up his bag and marched in
    leisurely fashion after Marcia.
    "Pound it?" he questioned.
    . qo."
    "That's a woman's trick-to lose a

    She whirled around on him. "Just
    a it is a man's trick to lose his heart!"
    she blazed.
    He grew white. '1 didn't think
    you'd say a thing like tiat," he said
    and turned and left her.
    She went running after him. "Oh,
    Dick, Dickl" she cried, "I didn't mean
    It." He tramped on, unheeding, and
    at last she came up to him and laid
    her hand on his arm. "Really, I didn't
    ielan, it," asbe pleaded.
    'fie stopped and looked down at her
    gravely: "I'll admit it wasn't very
    flee of me to make that remark about
    the ball," he said, "but there's a dif-
    ference between making fun of a girl's
    game and making fun of a man's love."
    "Yes, there Is," she admitted. "And
    :i a sorry, Dick."
    Of course he forgave her, as he had
    forgiven her all summer. ever since
    that first night when be had been pre-
    sented to her In the ballroom of the
    big hotel and she had divided his
    waltz with some one else. But she
    had begged pardon so prettily that lie
    bad felt almost as if be were the of-
    "But this Is the end," be said sternly.
    "Let's have it out right here, Marcia."
    "Have what out?"
    "All of it. We are going home to-
    morrow, and, try as I will, I can't get
    an opportunity to ask you to marry
    "You've held me off and parried and
    run away, but it's got to be settled
    here and now.'! And with that this
    very fierce young man sat down on a
    hillock and motioned her to another.
    "Oh. my goodness!" said Marcia
    faintly, but she did as she was told.
    "Of course I know I'm not worthy
    of you and all that. I haven't much
    money. but I've got health and strength
    and the will. I've got ambition, and
    I'm oenlie to win out In the fight of
    life, anid I'll make a plaee for you if
    j'on'll let me. And I'd do nnythldg to
    SavJe you from Doring."
    Her head went up. "I like Mr. Dor-
    ing." she emphasized. "He's very po-
    "I'm not." said Richard bitterly.
    "Oh. you needn't rub it in! But you
    &eep me so stirred up. I'm not half
    bad when I'm normal."
    Her liillgh had a tremble in it. "No,
    you're not hilf bad." she agreed.
    He turned to her eagerly. "Marcia,
    you don't love-Doring?"
    She arose quickly. "He is worth a
    Richard stood up also. "As if that
    would make a bit of difference to
    ou." hbe said. "You may have your
    faults, Marcia, but I don't believe you
    are mercenary."
    She was fingering her cleek nervous-
    ly. "But-but I am mercenary, Dickie,

    bIy," she said very low.
    He stared at her. "Marcia," he said
    sharply. "you wouldn't marry Doring
    for his money?"
    She looked ap at him suddenly. "Oh,
    I don't know-i don't know! I've al-
    ways been poor, and I've never had
    pretty things, and I want them. I
    want to go into the ballroom all In
    chiffon ind pearls instead of in my old
    Wlilte dresses and my little Chain with
    fle gold I rnrt. Think of it, Dickie-
    I've never had any jewel but that, and
    ] want jewels. Every girl wants them,
    and Mr. Doring could give them to

    But Richard was not listening. Her
    rook ont his watch. "Marcia," hesaid
    i;l i prnr-lcnl way, "have you had
    ire' kfast?"
    ..d up surprised. "Why this
    t sul.l,'- ?" lshe faltered.
    11t'-I \.tu're lirtd a'ad nervous,
    i1 I I1In't t!inil; y u arF cuipnble of
    i;: 'ig wh'it y'u hliink." he snid. '"1
    aji .l.t;.x. It linae you over to the inn.
    .Ve'l hreakrnast on the bluff. and Cecile
    *i'! llf'a:e 'l anll omelet and some per-
    .- and v.e shall have a basket
    S' ,.: e roll.N. Will you go?" '-
    "Why. o? course." said Marcia un-
    ,prtainly. "But it was such a funny
    tbln! for you to think of breakfast-
    ri ''. :,'ler .v*'m pr' opl, ed to me."
    ... *.. h,-: rId of. read and ebeese
    and' kisses." said' Richard fiiipumntly.
    "Well, this is a case of adorntirn- and
    .1 -t Come on. Marcia. niiie."

    Aire guaranty. d It fyo as
    RPIES 110-I'E supposltory
    A D. Mu.. Tbompoon. Sen,'l
    (ilka i 5ani-I. BaltMeIil N.. .rt ri.: '* I oC nar
    %hey do aH p aleln for thea." Dr. B. M. De~vr,
    R a u.k, V. Vi., rtlws The givea lirenul r llu .
    ealmr Dr. 8. D. MoOl Olurtmbrg. Toe.., wrrltes:
    *"I prtina d ofl yan I~ he found IO remedy to
    S eql l rn." lPmou. M Obr... BShmple F. Be.
    b lnStI. AndRTIMNw's Ba lWANCAST. Ert

    SWIteSf. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mircn ':

    '"You're going to be." said Iichardt
    and he picked up their b;igs amiI
    The inn was a little French phie
    whert deler tailld trials were serve,
    to thdse who tired of the regular hitel
    fare and where. it was whispered.
    certain gaty sfila sat somewhat late at
    This morning Cecile, the timn land-
    lady, met them nt the door with radi-
    ant welcome. They should have the
    omelet and coffe--tslch coffee! And
    away she went, smiling, while they set-
    tled themselves at a table on the porchl
    Through the window t hey Coold see
    into thedluning room, whei' there was
    one table. not yet cleared of the half
    empty bottles, aS well as other evi-
    den.es of a midnight feast. Half
    sprawled across the table lay a man
    Marcia, peeping through the win-
    dow, said, "He evidently doesn't know
    it's morning."
    Richard nodded. "Let's wake him
    up." And he began a silver. tattoo
    with his knife on the glasses.
    The man yawned, stretched and rais-
    ed a face red and sodden.
    Marcia caught at Richard's arm.
    "Why," she whispered, "why, Richard
    But before Richard could answer
    Doring stumbled out on the porch.
    gave one look at Marcia and fled.
    Then Marcia looked at Richard.
    "You knew," she said, "that he was
    He laid his hand on hers. "I knew."
    he told her' "that he was no fit mate
    for you, Marcia. And-1 wanted you
    to see. What-would his money amount
    ,to if you had to, put up with tlrat'"
    He pointed to the wihe bottles in the
    other room.
    She shuddered. "I-I didn't really
    intend to marry him-be-cause I don't
    love him, Richard."
    "And you didn't 'mean what you said
    about wanting money?" he questioned
    Her eyes met his bravely. "Yes. I
    do like money, Dick. But I wouldn't
    sell myself.- I couldn't marry without
    "Neither would I," said Dickle bold-
    ly. "So when are you going to narry
    me, Marcia?"
    She laughed. "In the spring per-
    "As if I'd wait," said Richard mas-
    terfully. "After breakfast we'll go
    back to the links. And if I win the
    game you'll have to marry me in Oc'-
    tober, and if you win I'll wait until
    So back through the clear Soifemblnut
    air they went and played nine holes.
    Ahd Marcia did her best. IBut a
    woman Is only a woman, and l)ick
    was famed for his good game. And
    so, after all, the wedding came at the
    eId of the summer.

    I A Special lI,

    ? Fine Arts

    S The "rSunner" Was a Suti-'
    prise to the Two Stud-rit,. '


    SCopyright, 1909, by Associatedi Lit-
    erary Press. :

    Stanton Tho'rpe anid his chhum. Khi!
    Walker, were walking rapidly across
    the canipus, absorbed in their ownt in
    oritance. It was the first day of Illilr
    senior year. Stanton was class prens'
    dent. and the Kid was his right hand
    A tall, striking girl passed rapidly
    by. Stanton was interested at once
    and not a little surprised when he sanv
    the girl smile back at his commpaniol .
    who pulled off his cap with unfeigned
    "Who's your friend. Kid?" he asked
    when they were well out of hetrluig.
    "Why, that's 1Marjory King. 1 told
    you about her. She's 1he girl I met at
    the house party last summer; made au
    awful hit with the fellows there. Isn't
    she a stunner, though?"
    "Marjory King," mused the other
    "Isn't she a stunner?" And the Kid
    gave his friend a thump on the arm to
    force an answer.
    "Oh, she's a stunner, all right, if
    that's what you want to know. Say.

    she isn't a freshman, is she?"
    The Kid laughed. "Well, not exact-
    ly. She's registered as a special in tine
    arts. I shouldn't wonder if she was
    rather oldish myself."
    "How old, say?" queried Stanton.
    whose interest was thoroughly roused.
    The Kid's voice was lowered. "Twen-
    ty-three," he ventured cautiously.
    HIls companion whistled. "Well, I'm
    as old as that myself." HIs eyes h:ad
    followed her to the other side of the
    c-amplms. "'.iy. KId. she is a stunner.
    Shtoldn't much mind coeduivation If
    illin v, r're :iil like that."
    'Tp next (day the two boys were
    Itirkilig tetilr way from one of the en
    min-'mi 1mg buildings to thpir dormitory.
    "-'y: -itl." Si;' td S.iiltoi Uafter scr-
    erinl iimittes' silcuve. "what's she tak-
    'i i ,thlnr snliled glecfnlly. "She':
    (lA .lew's -Ma usj''-ial.in lit e arts, wh tiih
    i'a;itiis atirv$ iit at all, doesn't it .
    "Wel,. it's this way." explained Stan
    ton. trying to t) hi.1i ininexplcted feel
    ing off ellitnA rras,;uniIut. :'1 was .thiuk

    lrewu -E rg l~l


    A s T, Ouilar' Rulr, for SUPPr'nsED ManmSwRATiow.
    -IEVER INOWN Ts FAI. ll.ae satre r Speedy Ii 8l,.
    iion usrtuteed or MoneJy Refunded. Sent prepaid
    f-r $1.00 [pr tbox. Will 'Mad thie on trial, to be iaid for
    when rellei.-l. tmuplm Free. Ifyoutrdnrggistd a not
    haver-thi amid n yoi orlers to ll.d i
    Urtt .-MDic co.AL ox 74. LANOAr1MTE. PA.

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

    ing that we'd get better acquainted
    and kind of gain time on the other
    fellows if we were to take some work
    with her."
    This plan met with his chum's entire
    approval, so they turned their steps
    away from the dormitory toward the
    dean's office.
    Their first task was to see Marjory
    King's schedule, and the second was
    to induce the dean to allow them to
    make rf cittuge in their own course of
    study. The ilrt was easy enough, for
    as class offers the boys were allow-
    ed to have access to the students' rec-
    "'Just iitant to look at a few of the
    fellows' time cards." said Stanton to,
    the registrar as lie fumbled through
    the K's tn a inrge card ci-ltalogul. He
    made a few notes trom the desired
    card and retnrned to his friend, who
    was seated at the tnble.
    []e sPpoke In rutbdi-d tfonie: "Ad
    vance'T ttztli*Uo voiuverslation. an't ofI
    dre.sm;:niking, selelntiic co.;ioking. sulild
    of the childd im;inal and eaiI:tiInaryi'
    philtoiugy. The first we aren't quali
    fled fior. the next two aren't open to
    umt'n. child inind 1 won't take. so it's
    gut to be the Iltws."
    "'Vhat fs j'lloluogy. anywayy" asked
    the Kid.
    "B!esse(d if I know. It's one of Pro-
    fessor Brown's deadliest. but it's per-
    fect!y all right."
    **\Ve!!. lot's t.ht it hen."'
    So it w.'1 tha:lt Stanton Thorpe nndl
    Kid W\V:lker. engineers, took up thi
    strnly <:r Ilngiamages under (lte celebrat-
    Din )r. :Browu ;nli--na td:t ot Itnuth
    'tiear r ihinitltrtilice- be('n llle Iin a few
    Ino;t!his the undispt-lmted claill alits ti,
    lh' ft'ii(ndl-siip otf Marjory King.
    As line welit on and 1 lariju'y wa.
    seeiln imcre iand njore with Stailion and
    the KiJd nd less with the other boys
    hieolICe l;ega:i to tlak. She aiii:'re.ntly
    found their co'mpanionshmp dlgi'Pecbit
    but no (oc not even the two lucky
    seniors It,'mliselves. could decide which
    une shell pi-ferrcd. Thie rivalry -i
    tense thb< gh it w-as--cinly ceniiiinte:t
    their friemidshipi. and they never dream-
    ed of coiJeuting from each other their
    growin-g folndress for the girl.
    '"Thire'.ms no iuse jotinlg about It.
    Kid.'' said SItianton toward lie end of
    the college ye:yr. "1 ineaull Imnsiness.
    What's the use of a boy like you get-
    ting sil!y over a girl like Marjory
    "*Perlubps tcere isu't any," said the
    other frmi-t;:!y. "but I'm going to stick
    it ouit. It sicmlnis soiethlles as if she
    treated ine with ai little more--mure
    interest than she dute. youf."
    Stianton Inughed. "That's where
    you're dead wrong, old man. By the
    way. that pliiloloi'gy exam is going to
    be pretty stiff for the poor girl. It's
    a shiameni she ever tool: the course with
    a fo;sil like irown. But I Imagine 1
    --in help er out with my notes. You
    know I liven't missed a lecture, and
    I've full rI.'eorts (-i all the outside read-
    i.r.:t. 1 l:;aiv offered to let her have
    iyv I.I)(w.)ool: for a week before the
    *x:ma. tin '>i I i tnti ."
    "'I h-l's ip ocd movp. all, right." said
    t!!w K:i.l. iminkiig with adntilration at
    (i! frin-e!. "I wodier why I never
    ihi'li': of lt '- tiil "
    "(i:. well!. si' in't '" '" to wiarr.
    Jti ll -1 -i :l, f'. l:.t t' .t
    -ii'l *, !i'V to ,w lNl:t " '
    "\\'l!, i tIt-w p r utit It that wnry b
    fore, I).t olf 'colir- i in' teid to ll'popi! '
    to h;
    ".0i. I sII ,p1'-e I will. too. in theb
    mnri'rcs, of timi. I ever happllenmd to
    hinl;k aboum thIift plrt of it before."
    "*I r'ol you tr'iliRly." Siid Stauton de-
    iil)l'raiitvi "I intied to ask her a few
    t,'is inelir com c inmemiili ni'e'ntllt. somine time
    iftri'l t is il'i'stly o'dl examI is off."
    "N!imt' lenur froni ime about the sainiw
    ;II,. then, inld 1 bet yttf mIUley I'll
    win out."
    Smo ii wm\\i;l)s .s''r'dl iet wewePn tlteiml lh:e!
    '"Iltition m slihl Id c-ol'h f:trjllory us he
    ''nid p;ro) iiil'd It !inid I tl); as soon a'-
    'h' iilarlts iof tlie exanmilnation wern'
    'o,-idi t! inext'i iiiorning lie should
    ,kl' lr Itit pr';n'posiil. asking .(of' to defer
    c'r mii'-wt'r fiintl later In the day. In
    line 'in- se of tihe tui'rning the Kid
    Ir u'd ,in :ikp hil: i il p:i. lind that night
    li)' wou i li lt!'i\\' thirl' finite.
    '!i'' twio boys mipiroachied the 111i
    in*.-il::tl (;imy wit h ever increasing ex-
    -iim'ionif. 'I'he si'tr'in of senior exainii
    il aio;s spc'<'rm'l ms nol hing compti red
    vilh tlh' rmin-cr''ihtumy (of iot knowing
    'e -t;l.it' iof .Jilrmjomy filnig's affecticnus
    "I'! scr'l,'tdt to Itike a sidMU relish inn
    ',e'!'pitg iliinm in MiSUsptnnse, and a word
    If itm-'iin:p'pinrni to one v'is al Wa yvs
    ;oll;.winl by a r.tdila nt smile upon Ihl

    The dayi n !t Ist arrived:, and KWi
    'V:il-:,r in hIis (chunm depart ulpon hi-
    :*uijir-';!: vir:ni.d. "I don't wish ,iyou
    S;,k. i :l ia;;ir." lie said,."but herce'.
    '.r h!n':l." And the two boys sepa
    -'(in w-ilh \vwirmtinr frootin' of rr',o-n

    Capt. Bogardus Again
    Hits the Bull's Eye,
    This world famous rifle shot who
    holds the championship record of 100
    pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is liv-
    ing at Lincoln, Ill. Recently interview*
    ed, lie says: "I have suffered a long
    time with kidney and bit dder trouble
    and have used several well known kid-
    ney medicines all of which gave me no
    relief until I started taking Foley's Kid-
    ney Pills. Before I used 'Foley's Kid-
    ney ?ills I was subjected Lo severe
    backache and pains in my kidneys with
    suppression and oftentimes a c'oudy
    voiding. While upon" arisihg in the
    morning I would get dull headaches.
    Now I have taken three bottles of Fo
    ley's Kidney I ill and feel 100 per cent
    better. I am I ever bothered with my
    kndnoys or bladder and on'.e more feel
    like my own self. All this I owe solely
    to Folcy's Kidney Pills and always re-
    commend them to my fellow sufferers.
    Sl,d by all druggists..

    for chIdrea oafte, are.o opiate
    for children aafe, sure. No opiates


    Y -- I

    Department of the lnterio".
    U. S. Land Office a (ainhesvillc, Flia.
    Marcli 5, 1910 1
    Notice tA hereby given thatJamee It.
    Watrret.. 'f Westhay Florida, who, 0on
    I)ecehinr 17, 1908, made Homnestead en-
    try, Serial Nunliber, 0997 for ej- of sel4
    of secLionl 11. nw1 4 of nw1Y of section 13,
    and ne/c4 of lnel of section 14, township
    2 south, ra.pge 16 wesl,Ta1 llabassee Merid-
    ilin, has filed notice of' intention to make
    final commutation proof,to establish claiii
    to the land above described, before 'tlhe
    clerk of thi1 cicrtit dourt at Veriion,Flor-
    ida, on ilie 13tih day o' April, 1)10.
    Claimnant iilines as witnrsses: Premston
    Warren, A. W. Lee, MA. W C. Rodgers
    anid Wesle. Kelley, all of Westltay v,Flor-
    ida. llHNay S. CiHULB, Register.


    Succeed when everything else fails.
    In nervous prostration and female
    weaknesses they are the supreme
    remedy, as thousands have testified.
    it is the best medicine ever sold
    over a druggist's counter.

    Jk9Me WsKKWthl *Meb A 't 0 desOiPtb in5
    inckly ascertain our opinion free whetts al
    invention is probably patentabto. Commit -a
    lons strictly conMflentlal. Handbook on Patn '
    iant free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
    Pqtents ta through Munn & Co. recoi
    Wectal notice, without cbarge, In the
    Scitific JAmt rican.
    A handsomolv tilnstrated weeldt. Iirgest cet
    tnirion of ai ny scientific j,'-.rninil Ternmi, $3 in
    * n n:i' f t'"lr oin-.l hs, $1. Sold by all new-soi.'ers
    t ,N 3, iroadCay New YOr
    -ioni.-ain.'m o i clO' i n ;'> V *,,hin ,! l .n ,


    for backache,< rheumatismi, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
    Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes.
    nlid in St, AndreWs bv d l DruggistS

    .J0x50 inches, correctly Irlatted aiand
    hi,,wiiag all the itmore important
    hliniigs--is of great vAl e tlo any-
    oniie c,)nt m'iit i ]aliiing pui'rhasi'hg lpi' .
    ':t'i in towni. It covers abmolt flnu.
    , iles of coast,' lie, (l'fic'l ii!igll e tisi
    vail frioim Dyer's Poil.t ft airri ]in-
    mi nienig Old St. Anlron'v, viitl cr.-
    raslllniitng territory iiu uinl. Price
    'mie Dollar. at iha BUttY Offie.

    Sliowing all tihe lar.ns d disposed of lhy
    'lie Cilneimli tati Comliiai Iy, also locates
    .iari'soii, Paraker, Crotnialltoll aiiml
    i jllc in i onit ry. T'lie |l,'t of tlih
    its is not shown. but by the aidl of
    Ins map tlihe apgFdlxirate location ol
    nvi. Ict s easily letermiinied. Prie,
    Fitty Cents, at the Buoy Office
    Killierunap will be sent by mail to
    .nv a'ldlress ,r, receipt of the price.

    Our Clubbing List.
    l'he" l11 01 has inade very herafl iih'.
    .ill' aLrraiiigelliniit with a few of the very
    ,est pulllictlions in the counlir anld for
    iL? nrlt' nt canl endd for a whole year
    h1i'UOY -ind
    I!t roit Free Iress (twice-a-week
    :ind Y ear look) ............. 1.70
    1 lie Fla 1T. U. & Citizeu, daily for $.5 85
    do Senli weekly,forl1 55
    .cientilic Alnericani' .... 3 50
    Furminer au IF l'mit (Grower ... .2 55
    Flo ilin \'fricultinirist ... I 5.
    dci: clrli,'oi' .1 ec li ... . 5
    ~ ,'irin .1 mi, .t.i' l. P liilad'a. miioin tlily 1 17
    N.y; World (thrice a w-tqk)..... 1 75
    The Co-nopolitalnt ........... .. 1 75
    i% ( orip iooii. . ...... ...... ... 1 F
    For env or eit:hr oftthl above publica-
    inii c in roiiectioin itll the BUOY ad-
    S.. odb, 'eh t, HIV BU(lO
    SS Audre\v"iw FIl

    .:ip f'r e'ah o!th:r Ili:n t!hy had evei I
    ,.i!0,\ l It' o.,t
    A large cr \od ot students had at-
    ready ,gathlrti d ;ii' i'Tund the bulletin
    board vwhbi the NKid sauntered Upl with
    pretended ildiffereu-e to see the result
    of the jhilioIgy exauIliatloti. He
    craned his neck over the crowd. That
    name at the head of the list was
    enough-"M. King, 99 per cent." He
    felt a sudden sense of defeat. Stari-
    ton had coached her. and she had
    come out at the head of the list. He
    pushed his way aimlessly away from
    the others.
    Suddenly he came upon his chuml
    walking slowly toward him.
    "I ought to have known you'd wiFl
    her," said Stanton.
    The Kid's happiness was tinged with
    deep pity for his friend.
    "Have you asked her'?"
    "yes. Stfi told lme that she was
    never so surpisedti in her life: said
    she was just about to a(cc'ept some
    one else. You're a lucky boy, Kid
    "How did she kfoirv lit f wan< 0io-
    ing to propose?" stamiInortd the Kid.
    "But I'd better not keep her waiting
    any longer."
    He was detained b$y the vothe of a
    Classmate: "Hello. Kid. IfUard the
    "No. What news?"
    "Philology 13rown's going to be tnmar
    "Is he1? It's flboit time." The Kh!
    vids not in theleast interested.
    "Here they couiel'' called rne o'f It
    boys a few feet away. 'lere,'s
    housing chier, boys. Are you reidy ?'
    "B-r-o-w-t0i Rip: ahl: io!e. King:
    King! King!" (.ncw tlik sho, if Wtivett-
    ty voices.
    Kid Walker was completely daned.
    He looked up to see professorr Br'uwn,
    walking rapidly by. witht Marjory K.in-
    smiling at his side. His eyes mtn~
    "Isn't she a stunner?" asked an en-
    thusiastic onlooker.
    Stanton smiled grimly, at the Kid.
    "Oh. she's a stunner, all right, if that's
    what you want to know."

    Why Water Quenches Thirst.
    Thirst, a word of Anglo-Saxon origin 1
    and akin to the Latin .torreo and our
    torrid or parched, describes a pecnuliar
    sensation of dryness and heat located
    in the tongue tund throat. Artificial
    thirst may tie produced by"the passage
    of a currtut of air A,vI4r the mucous
    menbrane*of these parts, but normal
    thirst is the cotrnequeneli of a lack of
    liquid in the system. The agoily of ex-
    tremen thirst i:- dine t t fhe fact that all
    the ti:;sues sy :ii:tthize In this distress.
    It is t ,ihen a t retrehiiflg relict that
    a slii," orf waVt(cr copies to thirsting
    ;, ., ,.... . 114n 1 h:1, ho'e?) Ioot ! *

    A Night Alarm,
    Worse than an alarm o! fire at night
    is the metalic oough of oroup, Careful
    mothers keep *Foley's Honey and Tar
    in the .house and give it at the first
    sign of danger. Foley's Honcy and Tar
    has saved many lives. No opiates. Sold
    by all druggists..

    1 OTEICE FOUi PuLULn.'.LT' IN.
    Department of the Iiterior.
    U. S. Land Office at Gaine.ville, Fla.,
    March 5, 1910.
    Notice jq hereby given that Cassi A.
    Warren. ,f Weathay, Fioiida, who, on De-
    cember 17, 1908, made Hommsiead Entry,
    Serial No. 0998, for the wi of net w4 of
    set, section 13, township 2 south, range
    16 we-t, 'i'ailah ekse; Meridian, has filed
    notice of intention to make final coinima
    station proof, to esthflilih claim to the
    anid above dicscl ibed, lbef re tlie clerk of
    -the circuit court. it Vernon, Florida, on
    the 13th day of April, 1910.
    Cltinim,t l nmies up wi mesres: ieston
    Warren, W. A. Leo, Wcslev Kellev, and
    W A. Rodgeis, li' of W\'8l>;iv, Flor.da.
    HlENaY S UIIUBB. R sister.

    iug the birched palate and rapidif
    removing the craving which has de-
    pressed the ySytem. In short, water
    quenches thirst just because it supplies
    what at the moment is wanting and is
    most eagerly desired, so that Solomon
    could properly compare the gift of
    "cold waters to a thirsty soul" to the
    advent of good news. Thirst is to
    some extent appeased by the injection
    of water into the blood or body, though
    no fluid touches the part to which the
    sensation is referred.

    The Salvation Army/s Naii e.
    The adoption of the name "Salvation
    Army" came about in a curiously un-
    premeditated way. writes Commander
    Eva Booth in Van Norden's Maga-
    zine. As the head of the new move-
    ment Mr. Booth had gathered around
    hin men who wefe qig one with him
    and acted as his secretaries. One day
    he was walking up and down his
    study, dictating, when he used these
    "The Christion mission is a volunteer
    He paused in his dictation and look-
    ed thoughtfully over the shoulder of
    his secretary at the written line, took
    up the pen, scored out the word "v'l-
    unteer" and wrote aboi'e it "salvatiou"
    and went on dictating. This was the
    first time the word was used. and It
    made such an impression that it began
    Insensibly to be tlhodIlit adf an appro-
    printe name for r,,e mission. It gre*
    nup n the imagination of men. They
    likely I! -liked it so well that they
    ,fnal!y a dopled it.

    Na'~tre's Handiwork.
    T:h do wii uibtr the peach or plum is
    uo d(heate and so ftiek-ly set that on'f
    .:annut touh the fruit itLh i needle's
    ,wi-t without breaking the tender
    stalk, and yet the dew of the night
    covers the whole surface of the fruit
    and disappears in the morning, leav-
    ing the gossamei' gi'owth more orderly
    and beautiful than before. The dew
    covers every leaf of the giant oak, and
    the mighty tree drinks in the refresh-
    ing ,onoisture to its thirsty heart
    through millions of pores, and the iron
    trunk that has withstood a thousand
    storms is made stronger by the gentle
    strength of the dew. The silent fall of
    the dew Is caused and controlled by
    agteenl of the most tremendous pow-
    er. The same power which shakes a
    whole continent with its subterranean
    thunder is the same as that which en-
    circles the finest filament of thistle-
    down with a coronet of dewy gems so
    small that they do not bend the deli-
    cate stalks with their weight.-London

    A Hector Outhectored.
    A publisher's, reader at a literary
    club hectored a group of novelists.
    "You chaps," he sneered. "must al-
    ways be coining new words. Good
    English isn't good enough for you. In
    the last half doen manuscript novels
    I turnecd,-down there were such horri-
    ble neologisms as 'he hoarsed,' 'she
    parroted,' 'they shrilled,' 'he gllmpseiu
    her,' 'it supremed' and so forth.
    "Let me inform you." cried a novel-
    ist defiantly, "that your remark shows
    a pitiful ignorance on your part of our
    mother t,,nigue. As for 'shrilling,' Ten-
    nyson writ,.s:
    "'With petulant thumb and finger
    shrilliug "Hence!"'
    "Chapman, the great Chapman. is an
    atithrlity for 'parroting.' 'Glimpsing'
    has been used by Howells and Lowell,
    and 'supreme' as a verb may be found
    in Shelley's letters." Washington

    The Chinese Burglar.
    "The Chinese burglar is the most
    difficult to nab," declared Lecoq. the
    detective. "I might say he is impossi-
    ble to nab. When this yellow scoun
    drel goes burgling he goes naked nndi
    covered with oil. and thus he Is as
    slippery as an eel. Bu. But, you say, wh.
    not nab him by the pigtait hey? Th
    answer to that is that his pigtail h
    done up Iu a ktfot on top of his heat
    antil stick full tf needles and hatpinm
    with the points turned outward. Yot
    .often see a Chinalman in Pekfti 01
    Shanghai with his clothes stained witt
    oil and with tiny red pricks all: ovel
    him. lie's been having trouble witt
    a LbrxkIur."

    Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right

    hanig It, Maria, that's more than I'm
    worth !"
    "I know it, James. but of-le are
    worth more that others."
    She went caluny on with her SevWing,
    while he fumed and sputtefed for a
    moment and then dropped tiff subject,
    especially the weak feminine mind
    part of it.

    Cosmic Dust.
    A particle of dust one-llhtrldrid tlhri '
    santh oq an inch in diameter is held
    in its place in space b7t the force
    of gravitation, utif a pamrtlfe' iAtnallcr
    than this is pusl'd outward into space
    by the weight of the sun's light, be
    cause as the particl' becomes sinill!i
    its surface, which!I ts ifbjlect to pres
    sure, becomes grater in proportion to'
    its weight.
    The sun's coroTna. thi z(dilacal light
    the aurora rbori't!s n :'d the c.omnet's'
    tail are ;il r .;ii; ., -.... of -t' ,.' t i l.l i
    nllm tle l1,'ti 'l i' I, :. V: ;. : n) -" ,,, l- '.
    hot ilin 1 i othl -s I-'rel.rtvy I''l .. i '
    by thi. .in i. whiht :I bm e i'sg1 t :' *''
    driven amwy fromj' the svmn iy ti:e lpros,
    sure of its i':blht. .. -
    In the cai'-e t', .'",' ainr ,t; i':-"';l::!i-
    there Is a B iinove''"n:i t i 1'",.f I .i f f 'tIO I
    aiw'y front and atlo v:;,r ''ol s:. ii
    is exillhit:ed by ihe. tin'i'ry t!rlt tli
    vmel.:it of the' -- '''r 'i. mI In. ,'ses tin'
    ''!l';icles ullf warl n into .r e, rfcr n <,i-
    f:n,' ,''i:-r'ni e "t r ith;; ' .i' ;a e rtai'ti,
    .:un'hr'i of -" n-,''i h--"' te n ,o.'. !-'r t o nti
    toey hi v'e. s'i':i'< '. n v i.-,: 'v" h at
    *,* i ten t "'vii- U'" i''t;i, rv' in oitre by
    lihe rf < 'f '.'- it.;,!r i"n.l -

    Rarcl ii:t.r be' J. :
    T-w o s:'- L :s wimiio iw\velt ii0. id:Tor cr

    r "I't n !ltitu';ir-y l.n
    "I'wn' ivr'e y. i, "it-in on?" 'i Si
    "Tr N I ,;;';,; No.) ".
    '"( )!i. d.<,i'r;!: i- ." 'tv::' tin' ri" .
    -.Hi't fn f',!' a :t 7 i- < t ;;(- ". i 1 ;trim n 1) ni; n
    z,;ys. i lv ii' tn' I- hipill .-ii l'dor i it '
    ";, .n. ; t; th ', l t ) p:ir-: i
    t :l t'. :lo I'.::;"': l:. I^ : ? t < fli' We C
    ai:- tists ii: n !t:i' i-l.'. :;r 1 I l;icve t
    iRen p r i yc' l,;hm' omtr iar s-'> IP im av '
    h is }<'il l;i t e, ine n :mr s 'it
    *;u mi fire?'. t .t I tkwt'n he'll squnr .'
    'ie to : jelly."
    'l. on 'M-t m i rl tr ive wit' l nled '
    a'c! i ''i (t' i t;-. ri;'in. "'' i I"'m lver troun
    ,len 1. !'ar ;i! ;:'' in ; t' lin! m d nlcrC'
    r distl:rbe'ti fr ):i k c r's enitl to t.'.,
    I"lud(cdi'" s:'idi thw1 o her spider.
    Al\nd wl'iorp do y;:u PI c"'"
    "Oi. 1, live 1:1 thie liornlox:' was tbh
    '(; rly. rI 'n' 'o'inl t's t \V !-'k ly.
    'the U -t aphsli-ated at Sea.
    .,i ri-sn 4 ti e to I; o ael p lper. lo e o-
    hi- ittry i fioti' rsf tii maiin-otf wnr I
    lit' .Ni'\v ri j !i 11t %"v y'ird I 'd e n'eir y
    fninIe td e i t'niu l .l ii o tm F l it'i.lltlt'"
    ,tflic f,:-r I tno "hii-. r l pip .." '- he stort
    1ft es hat l' t t r m' 01ir ff1wht "tt vhaw
    ,liopes.' Now. aily ori m'i l {l)(tw
    Stlanl hli .-e pil hs ;:re,' will wontdc
    'lr l ie w ile lned wili tlh'e-m. 1 'Iu.Spect
    siine neoe \\ims plntitlg ai 1inipr on in. 'The snirae pier mives anotlhei
    ffitk [ftlie is l;no,'wn J)y snue of the nava!
    rec-nits of ilunutic il terins. The rec-ruit
    in qulstlon got a monkivery wrePnch. im
    donkey eugine.r t r~ dgwvlit lc ind t!h,
    cathead so (iennfuwed In hlia neddlh thai
    htr ecslkd for "a watch dog fty afnd -by
    the' cat engine" andc referred to the
    captain as a "donkey head." As a re
    suit the veracio-fs ctbtoulfrfr deposeth
    that the offender was c''Iim lt'At e the fli
    ship's brig. there to repent and' leatrn'
    better. Both yarns are probably of
    the type usually "told to the marines,"
    but nevertheless ft t at fact that many
    ludicrous mistakes of the kind are'
    made by those whose knowledge of
    the sea is limited, and many practical
    jokes of which they are the butt ae'
    made on the unsophisticated.-Ship-
    ping IllUstrated. ___
    A Good Verdi Stor'y,
    Here is a charming story about Ver-
    dl: A farmer lving In the depths of
    the country wvas very desirous to hear
    one of the illustrious composer's op-
    eras. So. better late than never, he
    took his ticket, traveled up to Milan
    ind, securing a good seat, heard
    'Aida." The fmrnieri was Vetry mnucL
    a!m! .;!n<:i;!tfd amd wrote to Verdi to sat.

    I A A H-ousehold Necessity. -rm


    IURES Cought, Colds, Whooping Couth, Broii.
    chitis, ore iTh'dt, Hoarseness, Etc. -
    The Favorite Reiiedy In all Homls. It is go'd for young
    and old. Has a Soothing and Healtig Effect on 1a Cough a
    .SrC orWI, RIdfiioAM, WasLh, wlites-Soome time ago I bt a bad cold,
    which turned into LaGrippe. So I bought a bottle of Ballard's Horebound Syrup
    Compound and it straightened me out mighty quickly, I believe Ballard's HoretioUSod
    Syrup Compound will cure an6it i of LaGriopc.
    Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 R-eftfi All Subititutes.
    -llgSI~ old and >omrtamondcsd cbai
    Sold bjy Ai flIB MERCANTILE CO.
    i - -' .y'

    of good health should pretefit sitknesg
    instead of letting themselves get sick
    and 'then to cure it. So long as you
    keep your :liver, bowels and |-tomnach
    in a 'healthy and active condition yorr
    Won't get sick. Ballard'gi.'1erbine re-
    lieves constipation, ina6tiye liver and
    alli stomach nnd Ibowel troubles. Sold
    by Gainer Mercantile Co,

    Dropped the Subject.
    "Five thousand dollars for a dog!"
    he exclaimed as he looked up from
    his newspaper. "Do you believe any
    one ever paid any such price, Maria?"
    "I'm sure I don't know, James," she
    returned without stopping her iieedt~
    work even for a moment. "Does the
    paper say that much was paid?"
    "Yes. There's an article on valuable
    dogs, and it speaks of one that was
    sold for $5,000. I don't believe it."
    "It may be true, James," she said
    quietly. "Some of these well bred ani-
    mals bring fancy prices, aiid there's no
    particular reason why the lapef should
    lie about it."
    "I know that, Maria. But just think
    of it-just try to grasp the magnitude
    of that sum in your weak femiUnine
    mind! You don't seem to realize it.
    Five thousand dollars for a dog! Why,

    -tld were ;itr;aid li';l brt,.ICK 44rll4 aind
    f f) us hmtr:mi."
    ."So ibis oitficer o,,,i,',1 ttih, .i''4 ,I' r 'if

    tih l ,f tn! li tit!ni iit' I tt' mt -
    t;40 rl- lint l ,Ind looa i vi it l lime in't h

    t-nlnily irnim rked halit hIP wlti'p,:
    1ir'!l ,'in b !-o- we in .as.' :
    cainel imtlo liP roiin. 'ThFi o
    snl!r''i'-d thc !' i,' f r H '!e ii ;".
    I,) > rr'!,qllCd iiwny Hiw" MS hfi d:rt"
    ini; a'kIrd: .:
    '. "I.er h i > '.l -' pt It mmfl. I' -
    lin t's in i ,l ;i in m m*'ann I ' If 't "'
    a blind r-.!lI '"- Ki; lt.l s 'City .1. :
    E;a- cn -- :
    Evsion. :
    "Bee hbet. you. sir:" -critrd h-"
    'Didn't I' tell you uneier to' ti'i
    house igaln'"
    "No, sir, you didn't." relmill,'d the ipr-
    sistent suitor. "You said not t- crosss
    your threshold.' so I (limbed lu thd'
    *lndow."- Exc hanle.'

    o. adding that be did not like the
    liisie at all and that under these cir-
    umstances he hoprht thatVerdi would
    ee the reasonablcnesm of fnt O fRf t'
    prning him his nmid'y.. Thmi'Pe l g
    iis railway fare, hti t-iket of Adltmis
    iou and his supper a,' Milan. for which
    ae inclosed the bill.
    The grand old rnmestfo .i'nler' d t'idillh
    nito the humor of the situation. He
    vrote back a polite le'tcr regretting
    hat his niusic bad failed to pli&Cr' Hiftfl
    closing the railway fare and the
    irkc; of admrission, but he added that
    ' ithe rfarnier would have to pnr ,(e
    inimself with supper ni tii ,l'"c e 'ouid
    lot admit the justice of that part of
    lis clam l ind he absolutely decllted
    o pay for his supper at Mihtfi.

    Zeke Was light.
    A farmer employed a boy to giud
    Iis strawberry patch from blrds. The
    )erries--fancy fruit as big as peaches
    -kept disappearing. and the nan K1.4
    pectLed the boy of eating lit(i. 86
    )one morning he caeifi down to thb
    tpatch. looked it over atiml i'An skid'-.
    '1 k low you don't touch these berried
    ny lad. but Zeke salyfr-you do. To-
    i.y I'Hl test you -j,)'f ,'e6nvoilfti
    Zeke." ".
    lie took out a llill Jmlnrp of rchanif
    lnd pretended to ht lit'I tlhi lboy's li'is,
    itm really it was omil'.'y 4 linger that
    he 'ttblied over then. "Nw'v." h ii'i
    *when I come down here this aifter-
    noon we'll see who'i r"glrt a'i'out yoi,
    Zeke or I"
    Andln with Iiprl't'inllvd enrelessmnesBs 1m
    tossed -the cli:llk on to' 0te ground. Oii
    ilis return, some hours later. it -lifW
    filtiu who was right. The boy's lllp
    werre ihalkedl with a lhitle. stiff layer
    ratf an inch thick.--lto Angles Tniel

    Arncient CoN'crete.
    'ThIuat th Romans werie very famillaf
    with concrete and gavtF c'nideratlnirt
    to Its use eixaminnatlln of the concIreit'
    ntor'k in the forumlu clearly shlow&.
    Their concrete contiain.d gentriilly
    only two kinds of stone, tiravert ine iin
    Rit'lcr; t'f in fltl parts. Srlch i< a Ihard.
    closely knit rock. very !intlml ir i' ootl
    IluMe8tt:ne or tra;p rinik I ?'Y I..Ioi, as wepl'
    iis (pintliy. 'Travertine it an' voli anii:
    iroc k ini;t so lh1r1d as -i.'cl c.-'tn-lleral l
    li ihLtr in col hr. n td :1i< dil"ir:tti!r' eI
    A'f c:t it or i's .r'.-ir i..' wi l., h 'm-i'ied
    :I g I.'d i wiit h n P' i i*,1.m i Ir s:'l
    ;the lIt n> tl i wn ,.o'k ihm < .' '' .,in.:i'-"-i, "'t
    ine tl.n v,- ri-' ine d triv -.;- .i. is q in ;i f
    *Jslist l i i: hu illS'..i.-- ('t'niinp"r A. .

    Ably Defi.d.
    A iner;li'i !irn'. i: ; mi- ,i ;In'imt'T
    w'ilwiio it wais it g-'e ..-.n .Sh f.r .i"
    woman to instatte ii, r',!bnes
    "A le ma e t11ti;l '- d'.,fi.,.'un
    iinite by OI'm rationial !.i ' i moini 1'
    ritiouinl'm living wi 'th 't'h iilen' t it din '
    ;t-lve. Now'. ls i!> F' tiuiin I, l'i(
    \.on'1miim tlih k of -;,I I' ;i' til wonml;lli 1i :*
    nig,' with ihc e, 'xt!i't.tti i'r .lbir ii in':;
    'w'er :,f t 1i i1 -' is 'm nl'ih g. .lif'! 111' w".rn1 ii'-1
    ;it-;ltc it nt ciirnnot. stri,- f '- ;i'rnimir 1-
    Id nh t'Jd l. sni l."- .In'l:'." :

    Johnnie's Fxeff', .
    "Why don't you sn *li;'nl ,
    l'1,iimniie. w in .i you Im tr Ki.n' hfA.fdal L .r."1
    'hinf?" s 'li .Mi-r. Ilrwff Yf 'fhC 1- t llf
    YoI'r sist' r ;tl\v'ys s s "**Y':" r'Inplied little .1 ' i A i1, *'-:he's.
    W',, ii:t ln ;and ;it a l !it. v -11.is to 1ln\ '
    tilet' ltsf word."- )One ti VWe'ek. -

    the Day of RFst. -
    C" .i,'i 's sl''ier Miay. six 'ui v ff 5 : ;-,
    6n I fin;g : lk:il'd w hy thi' 'i- i i.t 'fh t I .,
    i'mls (ifflert'i from It, ottinr r,- ini s 4
    fie weel miuisw'iv'enl very nmri't';-'
    "Ohil. lh:'t- 1tie inay you pin thin 04,
    'tfe dlt oi f sn 'wingi."- It)eliitcil' ltr.

    (;Iobleman, P'1;b ?/.
    ?,-.i ll 'oil I smm' till:it it Il r h* "'<' iinas
    r11it n{i. tm nii'e y iint,' tlii' tlulrl ,'r niu!i-
    h(ss. l'owell Th;imt st' -Ilwflt Yet
    *ieI hbs married ai wo,.fi-ii mi;in:i. N- S*W

    When Valor d;cks.
    A 'couipi of KiinM.;a m irn Inn r "- i;'
    A o','lu l hi; ,,f 'siin i.n's i i-tm 'l' ",i- m.i' '
    this atlk.'" saiid ,io of ,ini ' i--n
    rile ot i j[,';il't mi(} I hiJ'm. I lii:i:.'-
    mif y'.' 's ii in s iin 'r I '':"t -
    ,t .( ,r w\ i'.s ,*uriith ly to'41.?' ,, 11 ':, '"
    tlhie kind ift 'rlhap wlu-ir' in i -'
    '*hintrg d t a;ldile l wiih a i !.ni,, ,it'it -; i .n
    w lmtr. m'o iot'k < imwii ti' h liie i,
    o 'f t i int l int ii ll" ,in li 'r '...,w 'm .-
    for m' "' \ 'hi;It's !h1" si, i'"r';'" I,** "l- ',il.
    "'tow l i ntv i n !).! rf ,itm. sini a titi-
    t cn. c!,,ign'i-hnI t!ii phi'-'.' i*n"' 'wtid
    Inld dini g'ronts. |i "s lai''4h- o irntir-4'lt in.

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