Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 Material Information
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: December 5, 1907
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00263
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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lccn - sn 95026996

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ST. ANDREW, FLA.; DEC; 5, 1907.

NC). :18

0. S. eihitor-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliaifkro, JncLsouv\'ille.
Representatives-lst District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; .3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
drid Office-RBegiter. W. G. Robln-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
gtate--Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
1t. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruec-
tion, W. M. H-olloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B.' E. McLAn.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Wahington County-Representative,
W. B. Laistter, Vornon, County Jualge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
eckey;- Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
tion; Deputy, C. H. Danrord; Tax
CoI0eetOr,. W:].3 G'i.3,, .F onfina"i-
olreasurer. H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J. J.1. Williams, Chip-
ley; County Superintendent. B.
rF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commik-
Bloners. First District, Be Brooks;
Second District evi Yates;
Third Dilsti-io', SL Davis; Fourth Dis-
triot P. N. Hutchison-; Fifth, Distric,

Alitiiotl-Pos.iPa.terGI A a rri
W. t Sint:letaryJustice of- the'
Peace, ,Ioll 't SturLock; No varies, W
A. C "mosl. A. H. Brake.
School Di-eco-s. C, ". W. Surber, Sr.,
p. TAv. Grills, A. H. Brake; rostm s-
t1ru, W. M. Conely.
?lan afa OPtyY.Postmaeter, Taylor

justiCe of the Pee, G.M carries.
Constable J H. Daffiln,
parkeri-- L'ostmtiastter F. M Boutl.
Notery l-'YutleW, W. .Parle'. *
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-os timaster, .Ande .w laner
nderson -Postmaster, S. der-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
akly1'0st tstt1't'ss. Mrs. it. Gay.
.Ialhounm ii- L' o.tstter, Emery TromP-
kins.o. Woo
B:,yeadl.e-Postmaster, O. C. ToupK)Us.
'ol.uk L'Uost1111sr,. j. J. Fowler.
t % ,1 ;11 1 10| .u,|5 I i i'-." tl e M r s D y e r .
Murtee-Postmaster, Jimes M. Murfee.
,alihotu (llta jty CrOI mauton--fosttfaa"
Ie Nora toskinsa.
. ahti.--i'ostn stt'r, W. I. W Ood-

(ifie JDol;tr a Year in Advance

Entered Sept 3. 19 2, at St. Anidrew
Fla., as secenJ class matter, under
Adc ol Cbngr'ss of Match 3,1879.

I -
Display ad. rates, 56c'. per inchl per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates, subject to special
"Local Drift," 56 per line, first inser-
tion; 2c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If tlhi plaraglraph is checked with
.blueofbneil it i-a riemiuder tJ-'at 3-1ui
.subscr'iptt-in fia~ expired and that two
orlthr-ee? extI'a -.rnullm ers will be sen
youI thl:it Il bi'.r i n l.- i.JTy occtw' should
-you choose to renew.

At last Giover Cleveland can join
thoi ank's of those politicians -Irorn
wli ',oii Mr. Riosevelt ihas bouror-.ed
his lpolicies. The president hlis fol-
lowedt Cleveliand's policy of issuing
bonds to replenish the supply of gold
in the treasury. There is this dif-
toIence, ilowever, that Cleveland was
forced to act by con-,itions brought
about. -. by h is predecessor, while
R),,scevelt's act lhas been made nec-
essary hv ciiunditiois brinught about
by retiublican policies.

Already a nulnioer ,of intdtitrial
plants have been forced to shlt n,\ II,
says a lit)patht from Wall street, ow-
ilng to tlhe moiiney conditions, whiic'h
Imiails that these conilitiolns aro work-
ilg thbllr oiwnl cure. 1nllch is tl ti

TilE .IALS consolation of the Wall street gaint
.'e uoirt jheu mil I s., viii, AI ,de1 so0n, ble rs Tlhaio Analds of imenl are with-
Gay, it]ay lie-a,t .nd CiIIluk-' departu'ta
,-'el y thSy ex St' t S all-llyt at 3:0 Ul t emlpl oynttlut. Prices of wheat
o'lua:lt a. m.. al''i'-sC ev"'y day ex- anl cottol) have declined. Aiind this
~lt Luuday at 7:1 3 P'. us.'
t:rLU.a etoal, tI lt'r. [';Lt 'l lL'. u Ct' I I ml,, 1r. ,' Il I It ( llalli r.
L. aru tdaule ai ttlil \'tto, ; St. .lancier-
-.tWeal er' r,..a.i 1 _.. C.,,'ept Su h .i lti- *, i, '
-0 ... .L t
A d lomto s e..-u I .,:l'
NJ.gg r t 1_V--1. l 1 ., .
-I*. i 4;jaJ'' a"- "l' _i' 'ha'

l lu y S hoo:l ,,l I' .... ,.., ,,l i. ,.,,,.,a.,,
., a. IU. Re C. I.. -i a,. I a ',t
'ldl)t, Ji'is.i'n[p l- lChur' b 1, ', I '-io'r n(',itn tiun and (leclitam
itOi i tllI e. i C'helat l.ll st lh. 'l tilo Bit 3u i InI)t oi : mi tie eno ugh to
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Lev. I". i, le n ., i agint th t th,,e idc!nocr. ts lt'hi,
l ta-Sl ilrt -1 '-la i 11ch .cul''ll 'I I.oratll w 'le s lo'.lish hs not to I ltlow like
'Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
:30 .. ni. evi-y Slund. l!i rolt.1; he i itl ked out and drove t ie re-
Sturioc-, Supt. puibicaus i t, doplt a souni nilonev
l;a I hul-- h:Crt-h corucr Wyoi.:g tcile t
Sand Foster St. ptitfotu cal emelt p heiconiciled tom
'A.ve. asd Foster St. "" ,
sl ,ppok't h|li lot presidlcn8, any more

'erk er Lodge No. 142 thani Iihe wvhi haww the wisdorn of
S. ,5 .A..M ;his cot.ni'.l cat er.ll)PPort Mr. Bry-
SILegular onnunit- a, l asid that hle had voted
C at",ii oi tlIe irt f1r Jles I. \Weav-r floor president
K.,iat t: ird Satnrduay -
Si each month. as against nreV Clevelaltl and
'F' Vtisting Brotleris "as p""nl P 1l'f lhe fact, and who, more
FRATIERN&LLY INVITED. h11u aily lthe.r leisnI waIs !espnsi-
FR. E. PAtLMIEU, W. bM. ble for the (lcimocratic party eslionusiig
D. W. NIoN.Secretarv the a'preciateld money heresy that

tUlSiNIsS _ll,:ECTORX. lniade its defeat a ceitainty.
W. A. EMMONS, N') one caii deny that tihe $150,
.%otary 000.000 bos
,.t Tnr~-: has 000.000 bons and certificates were
f- tt. W I- t 4rg ;11R

P'Ubif iur tue '.ant --*-ux
jiiristl;ciion to administer oaths, Hake
athtdavits, legalize acknowledg-
a euts, et. anywhere In Florida.
riSpecl attention given to land con-
tvyanlres and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Otlioe iit the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
i Bay. __
"otary Public for State at large. Of
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cioiniutt.i st, All Notarial
work s,'licited and given prompt at-
,.iiltion 0
aiysiciau aud Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayvie'v, offers his profes-
Audir'ews and vicinity. Residence on
Qtuena Virta avenue.
DR.. 3. J. JESTER,
aoomoeolputhic Physician and Accou-
theur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
Notary I'umlic for the State of Flor-
ida Nt Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
,,unveyanL'in~i: andi payment of taxes
:.,, i.aan i ',i-nits. Spic'ciall:es.

'n .','. .c t.
S-- a ;.:u s-orry to see yo
....,: .. ,riet.id You appear to
. : ,*, el!'uc;ltio Q.
S: ::Ida, I have been
a:: i ') "sible?
. thie reason I'm
.g',t ime as I was going
- -. I l !pphli Inquirer.

Cused te-.e Fi.'tt Coclnecs.
SM NO,-'.l:, (c-'e 2iJ-'-Nobody
.*e- a u!.. .'lht: !. Mrs. NeW-
,' a 5 s : :-z of something
: ,; .. ,- -- t u't .' n think
,.... ;,-. in:uj: s are a
,. .... .. . .. '. ,.- ii, '/

issued .o iheip tie banks and not the
people, hut the taxpayers will have
to settle tlie bills.

Pittsburg rppubliaens have an idea
that anything cal be secured if thev
have money eOnoughl, hence State Sen-
ator Flinn of that city is said to have
"set aside" $2,000,000 to purchase a
seat in the United Slttes senate.
Have tie republican leadcra pIut up
the senatorsl'ip at anctIion?

W. H. Milton President.



mnamnmy a' dladdv. voni mayv know the uilaintersm uvervwhermecan secure

J. M. Dil



at their homP store exactly what they it of their capacity, but it is the polil-
want when they want it, with the ab- cy of the Forest Service that persons

Ion, Vice President.

Tile president is said to h ve been thar'b something' wrong wi' 'emi. This
in a "tumult of. rage" because a na- is oine of the rules thar aint got no
Stional committeeman told him, he exceptions; when a buy n i' a living'
was "blamed for the panic." Whom mammy an' daddy goes wrong thai's
, "the gods would destroy they first something' rank an' rotten whar tlie
make mad." boy lies at. The neighbors may not
know of it, an' the nma-my an' daddy
We may expect to hear when con- '
tnmay deny it wi' tears a' sighs, but
gress meets that the democrats are d i ,, i. b
Sgres meets tht the democrat. re-the case of the trouble lies between
responsible for the panic, but it will cae, an'
'em. This is allers the case, an' ef
keep the republicans busy explaining the mam a y can't contr
r I thie mamany an' dadildy can't control
why they have to borrow money to the'r boy, they aint got no business
h help the frenzied financiers. for to ax the etate to step in an' lake
Human nature must have forced a charge. But that's what they're a-do
Sgrin on tlh face of Grover Clevelano in' of-sLeakin' away from the'r own
when lie heard that Piesident Roose- responsibilities, an' tryiu' for to shove
velt had ordered" an' issue of bonds 'em on somebody ece.- Jiq Chaud-
:anld c6rtifiCate's tO tr:, and stop tlhe ler Harris ia-Unrte B i m Magsiaine
panic. for December. -

Mr. Bria'n has declared triat he AIRSHIPS
will be in the field as a ca:idid.te for FOR OUR 'GOVERNMENT.
tihe third time, nltrt from lis state- The announcement has just been
miieit evidently has doubts as to his made that Brigadier-General .lames
: availability. Allen, chief of the signal corplS, will
make use of the signal corps' annual
If, as L'l'eHiient Rossevelt says, appropriation for the purpose of con-
"ithe prosperit we now enjoy re.ts structing two small dirigible balloons
directly upon 'oui national resources," for experimental purposes. It is hop-
isn't it false to say titrt prosperity e'l that later congress will apprepli-
rests npon our outrageou" tariff law~s ate $200,000 for the construction of
and financial system, as most repub- larger airships. The two newdirig-
lican leaders declare.. ibles will probably be of about 25.-
000 cubic feet capacity, fitted with
NEW FUEL -. 30 or 40 horse-power engines, and
MADE FROM FRUIT SEEDS. guaranteed to carry two p,.rso11s with
A new kiud of fel will &ootn w ballast and to remain in the nir at
manufactured inl Los Angeles, far least three hours.
which it is claimed that it will pro- All designers and builders of liii.
uCee no odoi smke or gases and icry .shils will *be given a chance to sub-
little ashes from its consumption; it their ideas to the signal copl,
that no kindling will be needed to d te idea which seems to be be.t
set it on fire, and that two bricks willbe chosen. It is thought that
will last practically all day in a stove the new dirigibles -can be constiiucted
or grate. It is composed of fruit for about $5,000 apiece. As son,, as
pits from the cannerles, mostly peach they are completed, the members lf
and apricot. About 16 tofi of these the signal corps will begin expeii-
pits are to be need a day at the fac- meuts without delay.- Probably Iy
tory. The shells are broken up by a next .pring our governum it iV ill a1,v
imalhine and the inside pits or ker- .t ,last tvo or thile of iheoe tuI,.
iela are shipped to Fr nce, where hil,,ii S-.i,.ni dic Ainmeiean.
they at e uSeiid in thi l, maiiufacit'iid il
irissiL.t acfd. 'lThese ate mix-dl \titli CALIFORNIA
,llei ii.titerlals, Iniellitig c'it', pe- AND THE JAPANESE.
Irulell l,jLt.Liaea, a l,'.idlutl dl p,,tit II (.C.is(lfria ihe senttinient f the
I 1rtrc lfulus II% dlla IIiTg9 lllzat Ii I' i- 1 lid% -r. e t ft aiTii
ag-, atnl pull I'oltmn tlhe olive oil :tg il, st the dJapalinee. F a,:itlial ittI
i ills. In ci, iiiiz' ctli, I u ill this I :1 l, I.s bled l nolt o Collteliiat but l it-
b intidgeu" fuel will also be made fui terness, lit e races Iliisl be kepi
producing dense smoke. This will apart. If Japan- will iot keep hlr
he u.,ed in orchards to preserve trees undesirables at home, the United
and fi uit from frost, and lhs already States will be compelled to shut the
been put to excellent service on a door in their faces. If itl this can
number of big l canches.-Scientific be done with smiles and libutions of
Amterican. champagnea and sake, well and good.
-Washington Post.
You've often hearnt people, when t FERRY'S FREE SEED BOOK.
they're talkitl' about a wild youngster, Fur half a century thousands and
say that tlhe 're mighty sorry forte he thousands o farmers and gardeners
boy's tiaImiliy and daddy. Well, i've have legardel Ferry's Seed Annual
never got to that pass yit. I'u callers as ths best guide not only for the I
sorry for the boy, sefry that iie's got buying of seeds, but for their plant-
eech weak-klneed folks to mismanage ing and care. Daily reference to its
him. But I reckon that as long as text and illustrations proves it to be
the world stands the common run of the actual beginning of a nuccessfnl
folks will be sorry for the Wveak-mi'il- season. The new edtltion for 1908 is
ed daddles and mammies. I allers now ready fot free mailing to all who
feel like cussini' when I hear a whole write to the publiseis for a copy"
pass'l of grown people singing 'Whar It is a high tribute to the house of
Is My wandering' Boy To-n:ght?' The D"- M. Ferry & o0., that two genera-
boys onght to git up a song like this: tions have planted Ferr3's Seeds,
'Why Din't My Parents Raise Me eacli succeeding year adding to the
0Right?' That kind of a song wulhi cmonfidlence that '"seed trouble" will
about hit the truth smack in the ftce. never arise wv:en Ferry's seeds are
It's enough to give an old man the planted as a"Ferry's Seed Annual''
jim-jams to think of lhe wild folly of says they lshluld be.
this world an' the wooden-headed hy- Another remarkable feature devel-
pocricy of tile great" majority of its oped by the house of Ferry t; the
inhabitanrs., method of distributing seeds to deal-
"Wvhat a wandering' boy has got a ers thlrough0'ut the country so that

solute assurance that it is fresh amn
fertile. .Eeryone should send at unict
to D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit, Mich.
for the 1908 edition of -Ferry's Seec

-Just as a side iight on the issue
Great Britain has postal banks. Ev.
ery money order office in one. De-
posits are accepted from 25 cents tc
$250, tile total ii a year from any
one depositor not to. exeed $1,000.
Interest at 21 per cent. is paid on de-
posits and money may be drawn at
any postoffice bank in Great Britain,
110 matter where originally placed.
In 1-902 thire were 9,000.000 depos-
iturs and the deposits .aggregatel
$)700.000,000.-Detroit Free 1'rtss.

VWHEREAS, the:- e-ll.imunity of persons
living wilhinl the .r.-p..-t-d corporate lini-
i hereinafter deels, ied, desire Ic f.irnm
a municipal corporalilon under tie pro-
visions of Chapter one (1) ol Tille tenl
(X) of the General Sttiltes of hIe stale
of Florida:
Notict ie hereby given that all persons
%ho are legi-tered olterr residing ii: tle
said proposed corporate limits are re-
quirtd to assemblle at (lie hour ol 9
o'clock a. m. on the 30th day of' Decem-
lier, A.. 1907 .t \Wate's'HIall ~lhini
iaid propos-d i-oreoiate limits to a) le t
officers and organize a rim.nicipa. l corpi-
ralion within said propoesd c..rpor;ate
limnitQ, which are hounded as follows:
Beginning at the norlhea t corner of
Secuinit thirty (30), ill Townahip three (3)
soullh '1 I Kange .ourteen 14) we-t, and
Inning south alor.g the section line oi
the east boundary ot at id Section thi:'v
(301) and section thirty-one (31) in1
Township three t3) south of Itange Iour-
teen )ll) west, and the east toiindar%
line of section six (6) in Townshii p four
(4) south, Range Iouileen (14) west, to
Ihe waters of St. Andrews Bay. and
Hence along said line due sonlli to lie
line dividing Washington and C :lihoun
Cuunlist in the uliddleof St Andrei-
B y, thence In :1 westerly direction .til'ng
s:id county lines and t: e iiddle of .St
Andrews Bay to the middle ot \Vesil rni
"f St. Andrews Bay, and aloin the iuid-
dJe of said West AiIn o:'St Andrc. s la.
tI' a point ddue w s oCel" tle noitl.nIet -cor-
ne'r oi Section twenty-five \.2-), in Towii-
'hii Ihree (3) sotf- h of '{ange lifti l0 i l.'1,
ni.sl; thence djie east to tlie said nortli-
w'est corner of frr;ic iin:al Sc.tionllt t weitv-
bt-e (2i) and east .lon .tlihe setlilon line
,i,1 the north lt,oundLPy o1 ~ i ill Section
I w.ill v-fi 5)'l o iI sliip Jhi ee i 3) soDITh
aa.,.i a.,21'' ,' , a -i ,
il:e1 nl thi7 qorth ioindaIry of' 'cti-)1t
thitry '301 ir Tonnship three :3.' uthi o
Raniige fi oj iteell 1 4 st1 I 1 tlhit i url]i,.iv -1
o, iiter tlereol, at the pointll ol beg;inailig:
including Sections tlirly i31J) ,ind thirty-
niie (31) in Towilnhip three i3) south ol
Range fourteen (14) west; I'ractiulliil Sec-
tion six (6) in Township four (4) south of
Range fourteen (14) west; fractional Sec-
tions twenty-five (25), twenty-six (26),
thirtV-four (34).; thirty-five (35) and thir-
ty-si'-(36) in Township three (3) south of
Rangefifteen (15) west, and fractional
Section one (1) in township four; (4)
south of Range fifteen (15) west and all to
the west and south of said land- to the
middle of St. Andrews Bay as de-cril ed;
in which territory above described now
reside less than three hundred (300) and
more ihan tventy-five (25) registered
JH Drummond. H CMunson.
LE Danford. Edward Hand.
L M 4Ware, jr Wm A. Emmons.
Geo W Surbor, jr. Samuel Surber
A L Welch. C P Moates.
L N Mapes. John Sturrock.
C T Porter. Wm Hill, sr.
J T Thompson. B F Thompson.
B F Moates, J H Brown.
M G Post. J B Moates.
J R Thompson. C L Joyner.
Geo W Sumber, sr. J T Gwaltney;
-W G Mitchell. Chas. Knowles. .
J A Moates, Francis H Sheppard
E B Smith. Isaac Godard.
Charles Doty. Webster Doty.
John D Stephens. L E Vickery.
Cbas L Armstrong. F E Haight.
Chase G Armstrong. J C Brainard.
J J Kester. E W Masker.
J ?M Wills. C H Danford.
A H Brake. H. W. Gwaltney.
0 H Kester.

The Forest Reserves have become
popular in thle West, as the reasons
ftr them are better understood. The
Montrose, Colo.. Press thui sums up
,,ne aspect of the matter: "Stock is
allowed on national forests to the lim


a- I




d living ill ornear tile forests and[ own-
e itg small buticlies of stock shall be
. first provided for. 'liese are tile
d home htilderR, sul.polteirs of townS,
schools, and churclheA. These are
tIle ones first downed nut int an over.
crowded xrangt. W hat an iiviit ation
to- be able to, advettise to lprosrective
s settlers, tliat a lIlaee will b, )provided
tot' them to raiigea small buinch of
stock!"-'Sieutifia Americtn.

Fifteen Ue. r in 'I sr i, cr? C"lk- .

tu~g. V-it h-: ifril; a~lt,, nI I~~F~1 ~i-

C: tu Lint!' I.a:i I':.-1 VI: .aui-Ihj:! F 'oI

'Ye'' a. :' iL ..Itr

'P:,oh ~laP!:'. l-'.'n Io I~':1. Vf h- c lanil'
-ietv wass lodznr
'repu iirtr '.-l rf t:, '''it', 1!m-. I as lime?"
yes, lie 11 1 to Co- :' ,.. l''ttersq
did tti!.t' 01 t'i- l.. aa to s i !,:~e hank,
-ld. Oh. M I'.~ mu so j'i'uj of hlu~i!"
-Harper's Roamr.

Riht nvPrtl'treined turos to wrong.-
Z~pn ni Iil I'rc.'.'erb.
As Jnpanese S!c It.
it i, -:iI ht' .IljapllantC timak our
t~ --i n- IiiIuiiiu~''~iover.
D '. :' 'A: lu t'0i11 costu!ue
,ta1 ,.; .;' a ill I as irt',,:il'a s t l ir
teethl~. i:.~ Li'~ fct-hi a1 wo;l. a~ru!.
rar- 'ri c ii'''' ( laS rn tile I; Inionll
wI weern b bail.!1lime;t i

"i:-at c' .iIeri ly (H.it;ru.-tb
.1i l'' I I's ahl' t Aused. c'on
I' llln Ip- I.' hi. wil t walk ii itl the
foe.' -aral i l: V -; sI4', 'i' even too

CD:Qtr tIrritate Him.
Hr .' ~ o !:.) *-e of l n w:. SILL-
-ifIff hl- ICta'.i%;'111 froia the Coruis.h

I'. Ji ;i,; i. .a'lni'y. u irritae y-our

p~ : 'a- u:.6 ,1 Xll' X Ilt % I,'d
I 1... ',', i la ~j.;.j U.a.v

F'- I '' '' iiiL. ft
II) ~ ~ ~ ~ C J'3a la T1 0T.lA
nj' no .11 :1

A -. 1 all a'l')Ile

I L L i c .: eLJ I' -' 'a n'
lot.t Nof rQhmiet ho

2S.-d;- In hi :,i -,I e-v4n !; I, me0 gi-ent
zt.19 fl'd .1:,I re 1 1.1'Ii i ~i, 1.;i 1).11they
nnJr '. t'.le IL .' [lie .o In !.)a t i lt e
f-OU'- 71r..mn,lcu. IS ki'.- :.Loa'.4'auity of

Which '"":d H Ma ia-n ?
iP'1 :s',e f I;'d:' i r~anai lo hi
I%.\-.co-tC IOetl NOW, tIl]. ::11''1
ir.hronth of this Ubo-'fre ni'vvlfp!-PmAk

Grippe d Influenza, whichever you like (
to call it, is one of the most weakening (
diseases kni6wn ii

Scotf-f Emusion, which i Cod ,
Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di.
gested forn, is the greatest strength-builder f
known to medical science.

It is so easily digested that it sinks into
the system, making new blood and new fat,
and strengthening nerves: and muscles. 4

Use Scoff'- EmulsjI n afteit
SInfluenza. -

Invaluable for Coughs and Colds

ALL DRUGGISTS; r0c. AND $1.00.
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How Tin Foil Is M=&s,
Tin toll. which ik. nsoivrelv r fMl
wrapping tobacco. certkld rlf ,". prodf
Ucls nod other ur.;.,A.J of ?eoriu3eru&4 rd
a combination ofi Je.ad witb h ,!ilth CoAt.,
Ing of tin on each side. tia
pipe Is made of n Wa ritnea p.uI),%Crtinrl
ate to its diameter, proportion u A tgvv'
en. Thia pipe is then filed wi11 wojlten
lead and roll9d or belaten' to the ez-
trene thinness ri.;ulr.;d. In this proc3
ess the tin coatluu spreads slmnutnnw
ously with the pread.ling of' the lead
core aw] con~tluilowu~y rialutalnu i
tl~n. even coating o( liv on etcb side"
o9 the center sbhet of lead, even tbou;4
It may be reduced to a tLthckness of
M1OI Inches or less. --A merlcu a Inreator.

A Crestral;n Inspector.
When former Maiifr.iter r wu irig Fang
left this conutry lic! waq dcouplraxled
W, an extendlve ret'"inne. am.3 naL1Pu] t
LQ thec. z~teaimer lay : dc ~I\~ut~ it~q: te
cOi Chinese merch-izts. 'flie r-kns
Officials, %ho thev we' aI ko Immigrit-
ilon itsrpeclors, l tin:ti
names And count :t. tl x( I',cai Chin I'e
as they went ou t o.oad. Till- p:evau
tion was to I~reve -.r rome d p-lte- l or
otberwlie not l rrl;t:.e I !m'i.tl flfllf
efecting a Indinin h I t hav ,ilng h' iuer.
chants as they caL.it t:V u.~ uV:~*r taL-,
lug a eeremonio nr fzir-v ii of :ieir dis-
tinguished countryraIIni. ilt' fnn Lotr
or so after Wu tnjd his frirncON' itL
gone on board one r" Wu's '.ta~ Xf
arived on the dc"1, april d nY h irry in
up the gazigplaniv. -!:.in a customs In:
spector seized ii V* tie arm nydt'
pulled him back o ir "' n11
"Wasizanialia yo: J!oln? I no tn`:ee-
name, you 10o (wt! io.lia I Vcl. ,3
you belong?" sai.l tre -,''l '.:1b-,
Ing at so-me g girl ;mi wi'L ho h
been talking.
The Clhinca e sI;. X iv:e %t'o I iiv
or's hold on th( %I I-.- Wozo 1of
silk rohe aud .U7'Ul el t tHj:iit ri
"This violence iV urnc*o-lary rc!;.-
and my nampe Isa n irii'r r n-- futcr-
est to You. I :,m a metir a 114
exceilen( 's sult I-Z) on .(11s
steamer to leave 'ujs C 'zn'! u1 .
again. I hope, to r.-:-n."
That custoins I'l izccror is iffl iwk
the force, htut nc\*i T: le h.;l he tried'
to lte funny with :1 4 *niuese genfliuzni
-&Sin Francisco ( i l.

'aithfut i i: Zil.
The ILovs vin i L..

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I,,.UaI 4' LjjhZ

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t~i Ca ~ ~ v -.I t~io v r. -

.1op~- ~ h.1 : 1). F~
y Vo lu g re t h o r ( % n i' ll r l 1 I
was aretedI : ; r anr
spent the a i o ill *khpal-qa timk.,
Brown-Luc* ky' (I,, I re.i- z- izonie.-
London Tatler.

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S.' The str. Tarphn arrived from the
m~ith at 8:00 o'clock a. m., Friday.
At 10:00 o'clock a. n. yesterday
She arrived from Mobile and Pen-
The .ehr. Cleopatra sailed for Pen-
uacola Sunday afternoon and was ex-
peated here again yesterday after
Soon, but had not appeared at 3
ecolock p. m., as the Buoy went to
pr ess.


Carries tnre East Ray Mail between St
kndfr., Wetappo an R intermedinlc
points, Leves St. Androw daily (ei
eept Suiday' at 5:00 a, m.; arrive an
We aipo l '11:30 p. m.; leave Wetaippo
at 1:00 p. m ; arnlves at St. Aiidrew at
:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
.Panamain ily, Crom.qrAton, Parker, Calt
w4r.VDCotot Allanton and' Farmd le,
Yr!ight landed at n.vy postoffice wlmar'..
Yor p-,sfenger and freight rates, se6
rate cnad In thia several pstollice1i.
-, '. A. \'VITHERII Manager.
-- ...------
The following table rebord- the max-
Imumn n minimum asd mean tempera-
tures. the rainfall and direction of the-
Wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S
tnasttumea w

Date..... I 3 | | Ritin. I Wind
NOv ....'27 65 50. .00 e
:" 28 70 12 156 57 a
28 66 51 58 .00- n
L" 30 fB 49 54 .00 nw
SDec.., 1 57 40 49 .00 n
2 68 10 44 .00 w
"64 52 .00 w
631 41 52 .57



Made and Delivered Within &a
S Week.

A Real \Vo(idertlaiil.
South Dakota, wit ch st.er
Shines, bonanza fI ecfl3 b
S1tiratigatural-l. tiong, is a verita-
Sble woia&,Ihnd 'At AtMourt'City, iu the
home of Mrs.uE. i~2to a wonderful
4-PaS43it a w~i *y oc urred.-
Her sot seemed near-- Sth with lung
and throat trouble. "'Exhausting
coughing spells. occurred every five
minutes," 'writes Mrs Clapp, "when I
began giving Dr. Kng'N New Discov-
ery, the great medicine that saved his
lift, and completely cued him." Guar-
anteed for coughs and colds, throat
ind lung troubles, by A. H. Brake. 5e
and $1. Trial battle free

T- SJq-..el.
"Fiun.r thing.; ahou Dulluey. 110 :'! I
he nPeded 1i ,i'. L. L\hl., let-cHu: e L. e
was run ld\\n."
"Well. wasu't he run down'?"
"'TI don't knv about that. but I do
khow he wnas run in."--Catholic SlanilI-
Srd and Thues..

Crowded Out by Vain Man.
"L went lito tile ofice looking like a
frtght." said- the wqinau "1 didn't
lBave a tcheitne to struighten my hat
or patu m.y hair or anythlug. I had in-
tended to primp going Pp in the ele-
vator, but there was a iinin standing
Before b each mirror twirlingg his mus-
"cuae, utAd I couldn't even get a peep
at myselt."--ew, York Press.

S Innocent Childhbod. ,
Little William- My father-has charge-
ae over twenty men. Little Jimmy-
Ioh! that's nothing! My father has
charge over your father Little Wll-
Ham-WelWo my father makes more
money tha&r your 'atheP. He doesn't
own the shol-IlBoIemliwn

A Wffe's Dream.
S"Step tp. wife. you and the chi-e
d!ren." lmwled Mr. Goodfellow, "and
Shave a pair of shoes apiece on me.
Inave another pair. They Won't hurt
you any." '"
And. then Mrs. Goodfellow awoke.-
Pittibi' -g Post.

:If thou faint-In the day of adversity .
thy strength is small.-Old Testament.

be right at our daor.
-The Buoy realizes that there is lit-
tle or nothing to be gained by "kick
ing," but the St. Andrews Bay mailir.g
conditions are showing ''no improve-
ment very fast," and the change of
schedule against the protest of St. An-
drew, holding the carrier at Bayheal
until o'clock p.m., serves to aggra-
vate matters worse than ever and
leaes no hope of our getting mail, even
if it happens to arrive on the night it is
due,- until after 8o'blook the nextlmorn-
ii.g and deprives all of those offices on
East Bay of their mail for still another
tventy-four hours. Great are the trials
of a newspaper publisher In the face of
these conditions.



J. If- DRUMffiON, Prehidlal

S $15,000.

F. BULLOCK,<-..-,

Jhdge L. J. REEVES.
,C. B,. DUNN.

Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.

s- .... . ___


-bouvenlr BooK et St. Andrew, 50c
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's.
-Colored and plain souvenir postal-
cards with St. Andrew scenes at the
Buoy office
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good linen caper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipts-100 receipts
in a block, 10c each. at the Buov office
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, ver
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten.6unees of the
best ink. Economical permanent. abso-
lutely indelible, convenient1 non-coro-
-D. T. Flettber of Jacksonville an,
ounces that he is a candidate for U. S.
senator and that he will shortly enunci-
ate and publish his platform, upon
which he hopes to get the support of
the voters of Florida,
-The Germau American Lumber
Company at Miliville has lai. out the
depot site for the terminus there of the
A. & St. A. R. R. and the Buoy is in-
fortmed that the work of the erection of
the building is to be proceeded with
--f1andsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either .St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
.Visata olnt, at 8e per dozen; albo, map
of-tho St. Andrews -B'ay country on
tack of a letter sheet at 15e per dozen,
at the B-'ov Offlee.
-Capt, E. Hand has commenced the
construction of a twenty- seven foot
launch for Mr. E. W. Masker, which is
to be built and equipped with special
reference to speed qualities and it goes
without saying that it will not. be a
"slow coach" when it makes its ap,
pearance on the Bay,
-Next Sunday, Rey. J. D. Roundtree
the new pastor of 'his-Med Analachico-
la and Smyrna churches will commence
his labors here and will conduct service
es on that day and on the second Sun-
day of each month, hereafter. A cor-
-dial invitation is extended to all to at-
tendthese services.
-At the close of the services in the
Presbyterian church last Sunday night,
as Mrs. H. Loraine was leaving the
church, she felon the steps and was
seriously and painfully hurt, while no
bones were broken. Dr. Kester is at-
tending her and- she is .reported as im,
proving as well as could be expected of
a person of her advanced years.
--The hard rain of Thanksgiving day
and the unsettled appearance at niglit,
pre vented many people from attending
and partaking or the elegant sul.Per
served by the ladies of tih Methodist
church; nevertheless, quite a good at-
tendance responded with the result that
something over twenty dollars was add-
( d to the a son;age fund of that society
[ .Pdi^ar d 6 A. aM will
atio- next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pat ticipate. An order of the Grqa d I
I eod'e oi 0lrida'tmn'inds tift visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their hoir.o lodge and
a fully naid uo receipt for due-.
-The concrete walls of the new
Bank of St. Androw are about coin
pleted and the construction of the
building is being pushed with as many
workmen as can be employed to ad
vantage. Itwill be an elegant and sub
stantial structure-fully equal to the
best in the county. A cut of it will ap-
pear in the Buoy ag soon as it reaches
a stie of completion sufficient to be
-Last Monday mrrnine, Capt. L. M.
Ware; with the Nancy Lee took the
crew. of the Martha Lillian to the
Snapper Banks, and returned that even-
ing with a catch of 650 snappers. ag.
gregating almost-3,000 pounds. This
was certainly a remarkable catch for a
single day, and gives some idea of what
'awaits the fisherman in the waters (of
St. Andrews eBay and the adjacent
Gulf coast. The big catch was trans-
ferrec to the ice chambers of the Mar-
tha Lillian for shipment to the ilarkets,
of'tho north. It is to be hoped that the
day is not distant when this market will

it they are sick or out-
o f order, they fail to do
oe their work.
Pains, aches andrheu-
matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
-----' blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
ihey had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
ut now modern science proves that nearly
ill constitutional diseases have their begin-
iing in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
oy first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
snd the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
eoon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
nr.d is sold on its merits --"
by all druggists in fifty-
.-;nt and one-dollar siz-
.m. You may have a ""
ampia bottle by mail IInme of Swanmp-o,,t.
rce, also pamphlet telling you how to find
:ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
denticin this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
t Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
D)oni make any ale ,s.m- ,-ut remenm er
lie ntiie, iswump-toet, Dr. Kilnier's
:wimp-Root, and thee iddlrey. inlhanm-
. . Y., on ever botlle.

R ' !~ /~P;T'e~

Ferry's Seeds -'
are the best known and
the most reliable seeds grown.
Every package has behind it the reputation
of a house whose business standards are the
highest in the trade.
FIerry' 1008 Seed Annual will be mailed FREE
to all applicants. It contains colored plates, many
cngra vins., and full descriptions, prices and directions.
ter plartino over 1200 varieties of Vegetable and
Fowcr Seed. Invaluable to all. Send for it.
0. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mech.

-The sharpest frost of the season, so
far, visited St. Andrew Monday mern-
-Mr- H. B. S'tewart, the gentleman
who purchased the Mrs. Rose home
stead above Pretty Bayou has com-
menced the erection of a commodiou
two-story dwelling-bhuse to replace the
Rose residence, recently destroyed by
fire. Contractor C. H. Casey is super-
A CL C.. iUSE..
The Way an tnricious Paris Merchant
Saved Cable Toois.
A wealthy !;.1-r chI it it Piar'is who
dlres a c.IF xtenstIve ith'i:esss with Japan
,-': hifrmr'iled rhat a promiunnt litnu in
i().,t:l:a;i lr:id- I'an'i, but the nam e ofl
the ii;u lie' c;:>uld l'"t lear1l lin. could
hnvo l'e ti'ne (the truth by cablliig: but.
to save exlpense, instteIl he went to a
well kniown)\V bainke \li who had received
the news and requested hhn to reveal
the name of the firm.
"Tlhat's in very dllicnate tirng to do,"
replied thle banker, "for the news is not
official, and if I gave you the name I
night inctr some responsibility."
The merchant argued, but i*' vflIn
aud tinually lie nlade this proposition:
"1 will give you.", be said. "a lst of
ten tirnis in Yokohama, and I will ask
you to look through it and then tell me.
without menltioninLg an'y name, wheth-
er or not the name ot the firm which
has failed appears in it Surely you
will do that for me?"
"Yes." said the banker. "for if I do
not nitntion any name I cannot beheld
responsible lu any way."
The list was made. The banker looked
through it and as he handed it back
to the 'merchant said, "The 'name of
themercKtant who has failed is there."
"Then I've lost heavily," replied the
merchant, "for that Is the firm- with
which I did business," showing him a
name on the list.
"But how do you know that is .the
firm which has failed?" asked the
banker in surprise. ,
"Very easily," replied the merchant.
"Of the ten names on the list only one
is genuine-that of fhe' firm with which
I did' business. All the others,are fic-

King of All Cough viedicines.
Mr. E. G. Case, a maii carrier of Can-
ton Center, Conn., who ha-bheen in the
U. S. service tor about sixteen years,
says: "We have tried many cough medi-
cines j for croup, nut Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is king of all, and one to
he relied on every timn. /We also find it
the best remedy for coughs and colds.
giving certain results and leaving no bad
Atffer effects. For saalely all medicine
HE Sim. ,.....'.

Cause of tho Sm.ashLup as Told.by ti
Old Darky Driver.
The old darky \as suing the railro:;
company I.o Jd;ri11e1. The mann col
teideid- that. not Ilbeng warned by whi:
fle or engljue I.,ll. he had started I
drive hi- ri- ':';,ss the co>3inau..l
track v.-lhen n 'ci. i ;1: i- I x'. car ol'.s:t
co lulltany t':.-1,. I i;I[' hl -.- utbti. C'tl
Ing the death t or to he I ,e. los-s iorf i
.wagou andmi ninor iiijuriei s to htinisell
q Aft e tb pro jctt itio tn ilya it
1delffr-FIe Cast thle .oiup wa,..,.yei
called the old daiky to tLe tstaud and
went at hinm..-
"lMr. Lamson," he began., your rig
wIs struck by the box car ih-full day-
light. was It not?'"
"I fink d;r was soiie clouds ovahead.
sn!.." ans'wereld the cnviljng'witness.;
'*.\ver iund the clouds! And only
a rew drays before this accident the'
r:ui:'oail company had put a new siu
at thilt h .ros.,siir ?"
"''1ar \aIs a sigil .!ar; yaas. suh!"
"And dlln't that sign say: 'Stop!
SI...m ; LI. ten?' "
"N.,\v'. d:tr am de whole accusation
'i. dl, t:ronalIle!" declared the darky.
1.ith animation. "If dat-'Stop' sign
hduin't caught dis chile's eye jes' 's
Ah w-art square on dat track, dalrwould-
n't 'a' been no smash;up!"-Bohemian.

Over=Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
y bi| The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fi'
ter out the waste or
rmpurities in the blood.

vi-ost suecesaful medi-ine In use for colds,
croup and whooping cough It always
cures arid is pleasant to take. Children
like it. Sold bv all medicine dealers.

'rfsh Vwit.
As Sir Walter Scott was riding with
a friend near Abbotsford he (came to a
field gate, which an Irish beggar, whoi
happened to ble near, opened for himt
Sir Walter was desirous' of rewarding
himn by the present of sixpence, but
found he had nlot so small a coin in
Ils purse. '"ere, my good fellow,"
said le; "here is a shilling for you, but.
mind. you owe m-e sixpience." "(;od
bless your honcr!" exclaimed the Irish-
man. "May your honor live till I pay

Tho Bone.
"Say, pImw." q(ieried little Tommy
Toddlys, "'what is the bone of contend
tio a?"
"The jawbone, my son." answered
the old man. with a side glance at his
Wife.-Chicago News.

A Blunder.
Customer-I must say. walter, this
Is the tirst time I've ever had a really
tender steak here. Waiter (aghast)-
Good gracious, I must have given
you the proprietor's steak! London

His Awful Threat.
Mother-WhyA did you not scream
when Hans kissed you? l)tiighter-
3e threatened. me. Mother How?
Dalughter-He sail if I did he'd never
:iss fle again.- Meggendorfer Blatter

Ie-You know, if you worry
every little thing it's bound to
your health. His Wife-Yes. I
That's one of the things I w'ory
-Town and Country.



The rirst Performance of "Rieft*i' at
In ILud!vwig I-'ralnkenstein's Wagner
e:a;- lI,,k ;ustav lietz tells this story
'I <-:':'i- i i> u ilh tit-f lirst perforna
.iei of :ie:zi'" l Itretsdeu: "On the
..\ of tI'e' lit per'fuinl;ai nce \Vaguer
s;. I inw to ii.e'i hliimi in front of the'
le:;ier a!':fer illh box ol:ice h'ad been
i' 'a 't'Jt.. f:tat f '- i(uld give tie and
aly fiie':.l n ;l-isi.tr. the butcher, tick-
,s f'or t i' plerf'orniince. \Wa' er was
.:; st: 'ii of griat eaicteitement, and
\, ,.-n Ine .g::v\'e mei the two tickets
:leih.; v. hi. piried to nie,. 'Take some
U.; \vith h goal big hands with you.'
Le wanchied the people as they came
ov,.ir;1 tilt theaitter, and every time
-:I( .* vnlt in he would make some re-
nii;ir to Irs wife which allowed his:
aiisf;::ction. I-.bad to go within, but I
hall ie.oer forget the clildlsh joy of
he compose' when he saw groups en--
:r' thih l',u!m'e and the disappointment
,-hco'u to:hei's I)a;sse;l the open doors. I
Ihogh't of It even that evening when
lhe etiliisi.:;n w-as the greatest. How
'taippy V'g.ium'er auid his wiife must have
beue at the following two perform-
n ances,' when the house was so filled
that even hlis relatives, who had come
to Dresden for that purpose, could not
be admitted to the theater!"


Why the Arabs of Sahara Lose the
Use of Their Eyes.
"I shall winter in the Sahara," said
a traveling man. "With a caravan I
shall traverse under a blinding sun and
an en.dless plain of snow white sand.
Sbut ionue of my Mohammedan attend-
ants wi-ll-wear any kind of shade over
his eyes.
"Against that dazzling glare the
,J)acks of their necks will be swathed
in white linen, and even their ears
will be protected. Nothing, though.
will keep the sun out of their faces.
"Wondering about this, I said one
day to the kaid of an Algerian village:
"' Why, don't you Arabs wear a cap
of some sort? You live in the world's
worst sun glare, but neither fez nor
turban under any circumstances has a
"'The Koran,' the kaid answered.
'forbids all true be!level's to shade
their eyes. Obeying the Koran implic
itly, we dwellers In the desert avoid
like po.oun briius to our headgear. I1i
consequence lt C Is l itre bliudnest
animong us than among any other peo
p'le in the world.' "-Los Auneles Tinmes

A Popular Plr.y InI sed.
lShakI ~:0i:e's "Jt.!uus ( 'ae,'ar" h1a
-eonu t;' n::uteod into ("t-'rtiln ritnm-
in':e; intoo Irenuch' *seven. lnto Italiaij
ix. hi!i, modern Greek th:'ee. int :
:atiu :;:dul wedih twice au:l intt
i'r':iti.': Ii,:;!.h. Dutch, Frisiau. IPo
s.i h 1. IIniUii i i o'u. l- :i y r
I .l 1.: l et's ntlad Yiddi:rh. Th:'-!' iri
Sevx:i or e-i' ,t Eng i-,h ;t:-iung editions
ir tlle t-ra;;,.y. Iut iane attelnlpt actu-
a-iiy tio alti'r ;ti nd i;nd m rove it huis eve,
o'('niu iladlile. This was in 1712_. \ whet
ih:o :'':',,';. 1. duile of Buc-kinghiam
.:1. ,' .'.' ii ..::.m t Ov l.:"l' i- ani lit.. d -',.nti
fr q.:i, at. i il t 'h 'eTr.ig d,lie.-t ld
1 ( :i>-.. ii lli .: lar nm. ; I r n.imiis.' Hil'
;u i i' ; n~y ,ii l:t' hi i s;1 rs. TUo 1ir .'li
:-' r i" <'r fl!. l 'm i'. r:tl he|'. tli' t-" Imw "-'
;,'. '., 0 i" 0':' fl1;'i l.l 'd solue ('hiiitlls'-.
Ii;f ,; I v I. d'thet, I!-'i l e',-, t of.j:l :dl;
-: t rri.mc ,ir 'i,~:-thmtIy elrv' d o ll:.: I "'
aake the n illlt ins of iheI tlhinl tll
.e,.,,(-ccd t'4 more cou:npltcuons. ,

Fu'Il Faith In the Doctor.
A ii,; f ari ltor'er cIaled one mnar
i:,t ::.; ait tihe registrar's office to re
cord ilia faihcr' death. lThe registrar
iis! tc- tlc'e!dtnfe of death.
"V;ec!, fa'thbr aiu't dead; yet." was
the really', "bult he nill be dead bt'efor
moi-mni g, anud I thought it would save
me ;i u:)theor joiuitey if you would put
It down unow'."
"Oh, that won't do at all," said the
registrar. "Why, your father may
take a ttrn before morning and re,
"Ah, no, he won't," said the young
laborer. "Doctor says he won't, and
he knows what he's given father."--
Liverpool Mercury.

No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough
There is not the least danger in giving
Chamberlain's Congh Remedy to small'
children as it contains no opium or other
hlermful drug. It has an established ren-
utatton of more than thirty years as the

shoots. showing that it hdl rooted ii:
the ground.
"It wvas left tiunlisturbel and it grew
,o be a great tree. a.: it stands today
on: the :pot where thee lpIatrio:ic .;im
M;triin thrust it into the ea lt i as a
battered hlndson ke j.iiim ..Iar;ii wa
killed iIn liItle,. and lits IoM)is lie so:ime-
where on iMlexi.::m .iguridm!. d.t Lite hllas
hi.s i)lmonumenlt in tLhis still sound and
\vigorotus ti'e,. which is revered land-
malrk in all that country."-Washing-
ton Post.

The Man With Tact.
Casual Caller (to one next him)--
was introduced to that squint eyed,
red haired woman over there as Mrs.
Somebody or other. Don't you think
the man was an idiot that married her?
Next Ope (meekly)-I can't just say.
I'm the man.-Baltimore American.

wonder why the Earth moves, write to tie a:th! r ',.
description of tt it shows the true motions o! m1ater. ,* A ,

t E6DS
uMIe to BoUd New Buslnees. A trial wll
make you our permanent customer.
Prize Collection irad'b17 varleti7esL.tt,

WiP, to-dasr oM entiona this Pa .
to eiwpo0tago and packing and receive thi valuable
collection ofetotpld, togetberwithmynew
Instructive, Beautiful Seed and Plant Book#
tell all about the Beat varetl of eeds. Plant.
W.BuckbeercF~~su- '3


Lion's Flesh, Tigef's Meat and Baked
Elephant's Foot.
Iion's flesh is said to furnish a very
good meal. Tiger meat Is not so pala-
tal; ,. for It is tough and sinewy. In
lini'a nie-vert'teless it is esteemed, be-
*:m:se there is : superstition that it im-
iarts to the ealer some of the strength
i:dt coisnut; ti that chiracterizes the an-
I.;I l. T"'his l.tionl is not. of course,
hed l i;y thie o:lowe:'s of Brahnia and
S.dd'i:.. \\;o:-e religion forbids the
aUi'i5: of ftIsh.
T'he:'i-e-ii e Irs to be considerable dlif-
te' ; 'o; o p' < ii 1io:i alljon authorities
tn the subject as to the merits of ele
),lia;:'s ile:.hi as an article of diet. By
Soie it is considered a dality.- but
ivhere is the au;hot,;ity of ;at least one
tl'Erop(eani ;.g:iils; t it. Stanley said that
.ie feieqieuil. l tasled elephant's tlesh
tild that it v as more like soft leather
I tldi gl'u tilrii anythllng else witil
.\hli'hii lie cou lid cu 'o: i're it. Another
xpi;).'elr. however.- declares that he
';iol i!ia;.,iie how nu animal so
oar:se and heavy ;s the elephant could
worlu.ce siichi delicate and tender tiesh
Ul authorities a-gree in coinunending
the c!ht!;eanit's foot. lIveu Stanley ad-
ulttied that baked elephant's foot was
i di..: lit for a kiMn It is the greatest
lelicacy that <'In be given to a Kaffir
S-St. LouIis Republic.

lere's Good Advice.
O. S. Woolever, one of the best known
merchants of LeRaysville, N. Y., says.
"If you are ever troubled with piles
apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It cured
me of them for good 20 years ago."
Guaianteed for sores, wounds, burns or
abrasions, 25c. at A. H. Brake's store.
Many Sides.
"That's the way the thing was told
to ine,. ult of course there's always
more than oiie side to a story."
"Of course. Thore are always as
unimny sides to n story as there are peo-
pIe to bl;me."-'Ihi!idelphia Press.

Quite a Difference.
"What (ioes Vernmon do for a living?'
"He \works in a paint shop."
"Why. I understood he was a writer
for thle ..g.sri lc s.' "
,"Well. yo"u Iaskedt me what hle did fo:
a livlug."- 1-'oheiin ii in..

It isn't so that woman is at the bot-
toum of nil trouble. It's nouey.-Man-
chester Union.
M. F. Ballantyne, of Ballartyne &,
McDonough's Iron Foundry, Savannah,
Ga,, says that he has suffered for years
from rheumatism and could get no re-
li-f from any source but P. P. P, whieh
cured him entirely. He exto:s the prop-
erties of P. P. P. on every occa ion.
P. P. P. is the greatest known cure
fcr Rheumatism; it eradicates the dis-
ease out of the system quickly and for-
P. P. P., Lippman's Great Remedy.
cures salt rheum, with its itch and
burning, sclpd head, totter, etc.
P. PAP. cures boils, pimples, and all
eruptiopy due to the blood.
P.,P. P. cures rheumatism and all
pains in the sides, back and -hliuldc._rs;
kn,'es, hip wsisB U a9njointi.
P. P P. cures bod~ f soin in all ii,
variui a stages, old ulee' res anfd
killney omptuitaint.
silpelas uind all skin and bi lcifisi'ases,
and 'niaeurial posIa ing.
Soil by all drug-itsts.

MemoriAl of a WV'ooc'smn T t- .
For tha M xic:- '.
"There' is a riv er lihin-! r ee- if t'
banks of t.he i'oil l'ik hrin, ;. or ,
Little Co:al ri fi r i:n i'n,.,:"' I t ;i"t, ,
Va.." said .M C i:rlr- i .U \ 1i -c,
\W'. Va.. "'ian i;t \v i ,- itr !I .";: \vi,
ally I;tll \Vlo t H ;il an :- t i it- I i';-
tree hias a slo.'y.
d"~\Vllin ti'e M lexic: iti vIir -l';I; i
1Sti a rec-ruhi iig ndit-ei vi. ia'i a I';
ber cunp Il- the v i- .hity of \Mli: ,:-
eekiig l len ist::eits tri"o i tile.. t'i
1Vood3i1n(in \\xho ."ei'e at xvo;;h th;,:;k
Ainontg Iittii w 'as :a gi!I l li;a ; li 'iia:i
nanied Jintu Ma.r;i.
"le v.uas uu-sin; a h2:ul .'I i)n;id
from a u-i 'e' lhicti- ,:p "i i o.'" i.itlt"y (U
and wilI On;'"-i i Lag-. 10' t1'2:
front, lie thi'utit his 11:l1).: : t, :' ,l ee,
into the so't soil of the 1 e: L;:!a L
and \'vet ax\'ay "witi the rec.'ru;ingl. ot
"The handspike .Iim .Martini used
was too bigi ;i:l lie ; ,a y t'o;- aily >'e hi
fellows to hai.;le. and it \'as left sO i'-k
inig v-ihyre h' ib.d ja'u:.e it into the-
g:'ounl.. The !:cext sjlritig it waIis 111o-
tik-', t!:::t it 'w o tl i), tii .g rti: l gr; ei'

Tuesday, 8:30 p. in.
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.

St. 41ndrew,

Friday, 11:30.a. m.i. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. in,
Friday, 10:00 a. Im. Millvilte Friday. 11:30 p. im
Pensacola. Friday, 11,30 p. m,
JPA. S f8 G E!iE 'M, A'IES.I -
Pensacola to St. Andrew and-Millville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew. ad M.illville to Aralachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
.rhe abovo rates include meals and berths. J. I. SAUNDERth,
H. F. MORRISON, Gen'l Freie lit and Pass. Agt. President,



Geiierial Merchau ise!
9-811 : rM fCo fC ,

Wedi dtlnFy, 8:00 a. tm.
Wednesday 10:00 a. mi
Thursday, 86:00 a. nm.
Thursd -y,, f2:00 noon;
Monday, 6:0o a. m.




A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on All Goods E:cept Meal( Flour and Feed to Any
Postoffice on the Bay.

Tie Alliltoul Lia 1 i llr o MUa
A N .




R 0 U G [I 0 D S E 8 8-EIU L: uMB E

Whether Large *-r Small,

Write for Prices, .


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The Olid FIP EER STDE E usiess,

Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe 1,:te L. M.. WaJe/
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New management

Socli ts the Pairnmsage of dFains -teS
of the House, of the Tradin'g Post. and of new ones as
well, and gLuarantees-unifortm fair and courteous treatmeut
to all.
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We Pay the Freight .it l (,ol y eYe 'l Fionr. Meal and
Feed to, a;ny P.:,i .fliie ont tlie Bay.

- Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, V
"I had what doctors call 'prolapse,' ar
Sstand- straight. I had pain in my
shoulders, and was very irregular an
Doctors said an operation was need
couldn't bear the thought of the knife.
-4 ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I (
Sarouund. Cin now do my housework
Splendid health."


a,; writes:
id couldn't
back. and
d profuse.
led, but I.
After tak-
:ould walk
and am in

Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence,
especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It
relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates
irrgul .,Uics, and is a
safe, pleasant and re- FREE ADVICE :
liable remedy for all Write us a letter describing all
Your symptoms. and we will send you ,
sick women. In suc- Free Advice, n plain scaled envelope.
SAdress: Ladies'Advisory Department,
cesstful Ue for OVer 70 ThChattanoogaMeici:neCo.,Chatta-
eal-s fo ove 0 nooga, Tenn.
years. Try i t.

At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles.


*" /,".rr


~WIBU-0. ~II-~LIUCU~ -- ..s a -r---.-Y --1- _- -l -

Too Well Prepared.
Kuicker--Prelmaredness is the best
)rfvpnetiv'- of war. Bocker-Nonsense!
W'lhen a girl engages herself to ten
miii it doesn't ward off matrimony.-
Hariper*' Weekly.

A Remedy.#
"Yes," said Quiggles, "I have a goodt
deal on my hands just now."l
"So L-percelve," replied Fogg. "Why
don't you try a little soup and watery'
--London Answers.



Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf



W. 0C. ARBOW. Master,

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Sti icial Kt."rui to thie Bnov.
'I'liis im till ', lle nt i morning oif tilt

' y L'.I- L 1i l 1A i AI1a I a eliot l' a
*'-Iont iu the l)ggillg (ally I. laI' Ilfl
nl.;itisL, week before iaut, by getting
ble- broken below the kuee aid hie

'll'idrsday, 1ee; 5; 1907.


tHgiar, V lb Teai I)
;ratiulated .....6Y HeNid...:..: 55
llee.A 5.... Gutipowder.. 40
It brown....u 5 Uncol' 4 Jap.40-60
^fve, Cond milk,. dian
;12k@20 UnsweeFn'a. 1it
Arluckle,lb h12-15 "Sweeteifed. .... 10
linger snaps 3 b325 Bakilng p..wdi
Irackers, odat 10 Royal ....... 50
tobacco, pltig *)}60' C mnpbell...... 10
ltaisin Canned friti
l,ndoll>yess.8-15 Reachlies .... (i U'alO
ValelcA.... ..8 TomnAtOa ..... Sal2
ie . 6 Applet... ..... 10
1i p les Pears....... 15
kvaporated... 1-2 PIlums........ 10
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ......l)-20
]Oal 01l prg 1.. -20 Strawberries... 20
.li '' ....20 Pineapple ...10-20
loridtIa yrup..' 30 calnned Meats
ibniey ........ 75 toast BeCef.. r2Y2
-.. ..... .... 30 Corned Beef. 12/2
SnIe lr .. $ C- Clpped etII .'10-
attel .. 25-35 I.oli-tA r..... 1 t/2
Otternr .. .. 18 Sa3on 10@15
Olelmiiia'gc u al I S.l n . 10@I5
,,ard.... 7-10 banned Vegetahles
leans ........ 5 Baked lenns.. 10O
cOO uor .....10@15
ellyv.glasa )0ai2 Peas. ......... 10
,>inle J u -ice ...... 4. tnpkin .. 1
t'ggs per doz... 0
lou"r 'ork
t:arofS'thl- 2. : Sl. S.pr l. ..II
Obelisk ...... 3 25 Bacon Sides.... 2
Jorn Meal prlbutU-O Fresh ........ 1
Jat Meal pr 16..l 6 Br'kf'st Bac' 16-22
Jori per l. .75A' Oo-.a lt canv's'd 15-20
it a;loes Shoulders..... 11
Irisht....... 1 401 Iee
,.iulv I'se seed L,60 Corned...... V
,(,etl.... 601@75 Fresh ........ 8;.1
0it,pr ack. . ;.00' Dried......... 25
tatle . 5 Milk pr qt..... . 0
11 A 11DWAIRE. T
tis., uer .b4~4.t54 Ax,with handle. 75
,;ali wire do.6ali Hoes, each.;..35a50
:*llilht rope...9al20opper paint, can 50
vei cook,...la5 Linseed oil, gt55(@60
ipe, per joi lit 18
puert yd.. 5a8.0hecks .......5a5/
.'L. lig 5a9 Flannel ..e..... 1a40'
.l .... ....ll. Thread per spool. 5
... l5.i 5 Shoes,ladies.$la:I 75
r nts pat-. 25 Men's.... $1 ttla3 0
cwt. .75 Oi. t" Oata pr hli...... 60
r ........ 1.25 Brick pr M.-... 13.0)
Sr. Si 'sal ..' ..7. @9 Lime pr llil...... 75
i, .inge pr dot.. 45 Pecans pr 11..... 15
p plea........ 15 W ln-s. ....... !N
m onsO ... .. .. Almondis ........ I

h I, ,,t 01i ) 1.5(1 Opened ipr qI 20c

s .1l. II i pi 11es. .. :i,. lr l
.. 10 ...l . :

S ., 11 1 1 .

.'n ier .. .. 10 iar .ker l .. 1. .00
uo rintig C .IU. I- (.
S .. t 14'.t)0 H-eall, yf *..'.. tOO

S .. 12 Il Face '1 .. 12.00

i l i n g, r* 0. pl i o' a r d s :
...... iyir t 1.ou < x i ,. Vi .$t i,.00

I Jler W I. t her, #d' ti2t 5.00
1.5 HlotA luiunler,
'I ed .... $20

B.nwarn tiarrl tiht o litaiulll mercury
as meacury will surely dehtoy the sense
ft' ntell an completely derang .'
system whenen eutring it through the lu-i
cous surfaces. S4ucll articles should
liever he used except, npon prescriptions
f'roi reputable physicians, as the damage
they dois ten fold tj the good you can
possibly derive from them. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Uheney
&Co.,Ti-ledl,,. 0. contains n', mercury
;id is t kern internally, acting directly
tii U the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure he sure you get the ge nuaine. It is
taken internally and made in Toledo.
F. J. Chleney & Co. Testinoni-
Sold by Druggists, Price 75e. per bottle.
Take .-lal's Famitly Pills for constipa-

*- s re tonlt.l

io l iaiinl val
116 I s. I- I (\( in t;

Ir * i~ 'illv ,', 'Otl f'P
.I .i 1 'l' hbi iisuI i ds aret
, .,Iti si \\ hlat soil >)**

it oe .hiilp'er to lbe re
L ti'lrl on Ilo. rlut few I iake
[ I" li;t- \ h,)ltiollghly up to
their lll rudi\hdi il conivictious ,of
w h.il I: i i.'i;:l ;. itl gds sl
o i u 1t, d to bu l w;!,': "ae ill tudrn a
A. H.st i o .d itifully needs to
h.e f lk..rii.ngf tti lin thve to ask at
eof vea tuii thi w oild's l of MoIt- 1
caiinol i.-pIelu:'r with the world's sur.
fraig;e 'Inld lva!, i-;i .uvvu sutT aige servee,
he ts a poor evy servilnt. anid the wdrk
coiumftted to hlinu will be milsdone." ,

A HistoHio'lolfer.
'The following eatries in the accounts
of James GraithamU. mIarquis of Mont-
6tse. wh~.b he was a student at the
Univ\terity of St. Andrews are quite hi
SFalstajanu vein:
"Itefu: for two goffe halls, lOish.
'e "Itrem: mu Lord taiiueg ane drink inu
LJonue Gairus before he went out and
after be came froin the golf. 45sh. 4d.
"Item; to the boy who carried my 1
I..r. l'.- clulw to the field. 3sh."
W\ti every allowtnCe for change of
liiliff. the Imost (.etilmletely refreshed'
it.i.;is ijf in' 'leitri grl old dwltidile into
abirelln h ilusle.s isldel that anue drluk." I
L():l'l, u At hliaa~i.u Ii..

anikle l'lA tloot c"ilhr'd:
Rev. Balisoti pi;eached h6re fdr tli
Baptists, Sunday riiorniing;
J. N. Forbed has li6nii quite poorly
since lihs retilri froth tlie noithl
SEsq; Studetiader returned fron
Bloniltsiowii; Apaltichliila and Car
rabello oln lie Tarioti; Fridai
Waio dare say that -tdromantnl
i ts't corinig to the tifrnt; by' tLe hli
tall line? The oldest danghteri of Mr
aiild Mrs. F. V\ Ho.kins, Miss Ada
started for the church Sunday in, rnt
ihg lost her way a:nd landed oin lth
L',Pt-(ffiee wiiatlf at Miillville; she wak
there imet by her ib t flieund, Mr. Wal-.
ter Parker, and tii the twinkling o!
an eye, Mr: Will Gy)r proljoilice;d
them hlusbai anl \ife. aiAni inliiue-
.diately they stlartetd onil lc's r'ggled
j pnrley. without tlh aiL- u a inothier-
ill-law, whio 'lie.-ed ili.in admlittance
at the ol li(holle.; It isi hoped thie In-
ure will be bright for the youii

Badly Mixed( Up.
Abrahain Brjwn, of Winterton, N.Y.,
had a remarkable experience; he says:
"Doctors got badly mixed up over me;
one said heart disease; two called it
kidney tronble; the fourth, blood pois-
on, anudthe: fifth stomachs and liver trou-
ble; but noge of them helped me; so my
wife advised 'trying Electric Bitters,
which are restoring me t) perfect
h alth. One bottle did me more good
thad ali the five doctors prescribed."
Guaranteed for blood poison, weakness
and all stomach, liver and kidney com
plaints, by A. H. Brake. 50c.

,.: .iLAi :1 WcODiNG.

.'r Tv' .cnt Thorsand Pertsois V/ere
i':'Q*;d by n e Cerrrnocny.
'.i i'i::' I v.p li g;; ver known to
:. ,U; \, s ,1r t;i:' .Alxait'~her the ( great
..i '-:lr 1%0,0';) aof' his soldiers took
.; L i ai .tl,in. inl tli, <-aurt oif IDa.
,;'. :i" o .f I'( 1.i' ;. afi'r the latter'.
aii,;:i. Iv A iox,:mi.Ier. T'n w ilty thou
ii o ', hl 'il a;.nl two tiersons
'' 1. ; a Ii.:l ..i nl.: and wives in one
r!'e ;n ,. "
Ss:! it :. 'ts ;i:f' th! re: Aft~'1r coniqu.er

"l ir.; tia' "c S adii;'li. .i ,.,hlter ci' tile
:. : i i l a decre
; . :. a i itu asi t" !a r c'tel
,, , ": ; :i i ', : 'i r i t

: ; '. ';< i* ..: ; ,, < 1 a.. i,

* +;t-',l' ; b a .'s -ii t i-i g t...I feetl
;;i i '.. i a' j g a; e .tr.o u i caiul-
,.r. a ;:.!.;la'l:it l itIhi, f:i' the" L )1 noble
;iti : )'::L; v. Lhi' e o' )!' the 10.0(t0 so-l
.:>;- .;i .:tl- (:il:rt was; i: a'loaet d. Out-
;ie> ofi t I i;itabls w're spread .for the

;,.c iri it had sleats and ranged
htia-hn lVii s hi a' s vi icil'e round the
-oyal lhthi.le As it would have taken
t! \v't!:S for tTie fw priests to

0,e.oi thE;, lite (.tiveiit'iony bcy'i performed
a t hle ordi u;iry v'ay. Alexander invent-
-l, o i's i ;iplc rl:.' out (f the diilculty.
h, g j\'e .! i1 haiIA to S'ati-o and kissed
:er. ;'.:i. l l le re;a i;i:aing lrideglrooiius
l..\ thte ''tlte to the VwoIn beside
'.:wza, auji tLlus end'1ed the ceremony
hait uI 'in:l the girea tst number of
eopl!'' at otIe time ever known.
Tl-,eli oc 'ur'redl, a thAe days' festival
vilct- ftor :i.Allildcur and mlagftificence.
,eve'r has s-'a-it-e been equaled.


The Way to Show Approval That the
Ar.imn! Will Appreciato.
("i :re's la.s no small part in de-
'ed ing t ha st liin any horse, but this
5s never to be ity word of mouth. You
.m.ay av well ci.;'ae as less for all your
horse' knows or cares. The caress of'
ithe hand addressed to the purt with
which the aimnal has just performed
someti feat is always appreciated-the
expression shows that-and t;Ite loves
to SPee It good lmlll as he lands safe
over a big phlce .-ist reach back and
give' the i lev'ier h rse a loving pat or
tw6 on that swelling muscular loin

which has been the chief agent in
;iegotlatitng the obstruction.
D)o not pat neck or shoulder or any
part not actively e.igaged iu the under-
taiking. ('aress may do no good, but
it is fple'asatlt to believe that it does.
nlll we are quite positive that the
. (ice simply diverts aftetltion. The for-
. er imode of address is at least worthy
-,f trial If only as a mark of apprecia-
'ici between two gentlemen. The
i'reatening tones appltar sometimes
trviceable, but this is so only when
loar.es have beet aibused and associate
Ipl;iihmiehlt r with the stern voice. The
wild horse is as indifferent' to the oice
of affection as to that of rage--From
"Schooling'the Hunter." by Frank M.
Ware In Outing Magazine.

Drowned Manuscript.
James Russell Lowell, the first edi-
tor of the Atlantic, was walking across
Cambridge bridge when hif hat blew off
and fell into the Charles with half a
dozen or more manuscripts with which
It was freighted and which he was re-
turning to the Boston office. A boat-
mian reccwered the hat, but the scat-
tered manuscripts perished in those
waves of oblivion. "If they had been
accepted articles, It wouldn't have
been quite so bad, for." said he, "we
rn:i.,lt with some grace ask the writers
for fresh copies. ut how can you tell.
a self resipectintg contributor that his
mann ieript haN beIaeu not only rejected,
but sent to a watery grave?"--J. T.
Trowbridge in- Atlantic.

, How a M-n tr.ay Know When He Is
*o 1.. ir;al'y 'ourt:.
"i l'- \"'f ; ./ .'% ;iollt I~ signs
- ,rf .p it .rua limg l .. ,.l -ge.
S"Well. I'll tell you one thing." said
one. "When a girl ceases to take a
Lively interest in you and doesn't mind
Your seeing her with her hair slightly
untidy and listens to your convr(,-ai'-"
ildlhii enii y" \'h',v I, :.-ii!-..;- ."t ,> ;, .i il
tested inlei't'e t and sympathy.l then youl
may know you l a-e g'- oi::,. ol '"
"No." s:ild iaii ther. "Tl):t in't an
lufallible sign. liecanuse s:IlIre yolnl!. wo-
imen show iuterelst anld "y~li;ithy t
everybody. It's when yollr bonie.; crealk
slightly on arising from a chliir and
you no longer swing ou a moving car
with full confidence and you walk up) a
flight of stairs a step at ititne, then
you iare growing old."
"Not so." chimed in A third. "for
young people with riOun!Ifatic iselaset-
Ssometimes exhibit these'signs. \VIhel
the workings of your liver come to ibe
of more i;lmortance that thyt~ .n irois of
your l:eil'rt then you are growing old."
"You are a;ll wrong." lllannolu(nced al
fourth. "'When( in pulling on your
Strot ':-es in the early mornoini ,you are
comipl iled to gail the sllIppor!t of the'
bedsteaid lw,!in you slip oni the other
ieg-t',1i-h(hlieii--you are growing old!"
-New York Press.

lit Praiso of Chamlberlain's :Conglh
The e is no olher nimeiicine manufac-
tured t:it has received so m ict praise
and Fo many expressions of g1ratilude as
Chanilmerlain's Cogh i Remedy. It is cf-
fective, and prompt rii ef follows its u e.
Grateful parents everywhere do not hes-
itate o1 testify to i s merits for the bene-
fit of others. It is a certain cure for
rcrouip and will prevent the attack if given
;it the first appearance of the disease. II
is especially daipted to children as it is
lleasan't to take and contain, nothing in
jliolus. 2r. M E, A. Humplhrey.s, a well-
kiVowni resident and clerk in the store of
Mr. E, Lock. of Alice, CO:pe Colony.
Africa, savy: I lihave used tJhamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off croup
and colds in llmy fainily. I found it very
satisfactory andd:it vivts rle pleasure to
recoiimmiind it." For sale lIy all inedicilne
A Dor.-.Lt .c .- '"o\n.
A well kn.oI.',:i lo.:l i di c( evori d a thief
In his Lao:i.lO Ihon .4, A.i,!e:l aby th-
butler, hoe :ec':1:-. l t'le i :!l: ;:itl- lnd n'
rang t!he liell A ;.'erv;iila aipoired. t
whom the pe'er i'entil'ste, lo **gi into' t
tile kitc;e ;ti .l l;;!i:g I:; p: )!i.eall il'
or two. ''.' dowti'.4i retniied and
-aill there ere iln, !ipoi:vei:en onl the i
preni ises. "VWh'iit!" exc;ianied his: nias- I
.er inl incredulou01s tones. "I)o you
nIll:u to tell me that w.it a eo'ak, two A
scullery nmids, a kitchen ftlid and t
three housemnaids in iuy employ there o
is no px)liceni;ln in my kitchen? It Is s
indeed a mInricle. and our prisoner t
shall reap the benefit Turner. let the c
man go iustantly!"-London Stan.idard. (

h m

Cough Remedyj
The Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
This remedy is fatoue for its cures over t
large part of the civWized world. It can f
always be depended upon. It contains no
opium or other hnrmlul drug and-may be
given as confidently t g3a baby as to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts.

I-ow She Rests.
III (erin::nttpwn there dwells n fam-
ily of ancient lineage which for years
ve:ry sunllllerl! as epllioyed a colored
*voallu1n un:!ld Liz: as a cook while the
'aluily was at the shore. Sons ind
la'.lnhterls have niar'ried a nid migrated.
.;red iiii i;' n lid added to the
.)rai'i-he('s tof 11 alioaLdyiv liixur'iinlt fainl-
ly tire"' Oil (:l( (e t':olsi( lin 11i i llllier ol '
these si;ii', i ;a (!ade(siie( to assieble)!
i.liiiin unr thie' lid rout. The old lady
vwho noVw is tl!i het:d of -'e'i .', th. It s .c'i:l ii '-t'i \'Ils wine \ls( y
t'elt rfor 1i.i,;a to rl il l i d heli) cook; tlll

ion." S l' s 1 id. "'aln' ( le I d;:ln' cool
ifor ino tldy In Ile willter rests., nl
ill I oes is \\;i l au' iroliu'."-
I'liladelOlphhia !{eR i(rd


In Real Estate!

TheBuoy Has For Sale
'I'lie fS iii lu iuh st Q'nai t r ot i tie Souili-
werst Q ,iartier oi ter linifi 1, an ilthe
So, iili II ll t1 i0 ,roir "n li;ia.t Q liar-
tarl of Seci'ioi, 2. r'wiiwnsip 1 oiitli.
Range 1-t \,st..

Lies About One Mlile North-
east f r ilvilgle
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place

A p altin t ol t iti. lni t lhn;s h)eeo ini
culli\'I tio, i ll j itries |,as ; hillt [i. Im,1w
a11 Itani s Il'eli lt-in j id l or no Ili. So ears

A Gilt Eio Barpai, if Talon
At Once!
Apply at rI Aillraess
THE BUOY. St. And'rev, Fla-

1'lro-.1 a' a i--'-rinnt. i rowtA.
r cevcr o'aiis-to Pc,6re Gray
H air io its Y3uthful Color.
r__ Ctc scilp disaseaes & hair lt'ling
0c. an-d $1,( 0 5n t DTuggaisa .
", 4c

M'r. icliholn ol Jackson cuull y,
recent pil'li'ahel of real esOate in S
Andrew, v h';td here le te guet of M
hluglius aliit ai, i .
iMrs. R. 1.Birackin returned on tli
Tarpon lat t rip from her ",init ful sev
eial months at her o!d home in Iowa
and with friends and leliiives il
lian sas alid u lsewheie.
J. II. Diruinill)id is spending tie
week ill Vernon, oln business.
IJ. F'. Largent, for many years al
esteemed resident of St. Andrew, lel
with his son, George last Satuiday
iuiglht, in his liouie-;boat Tyro, il
search of a new nome. Many Irienid
here \\il hope that tlihei qiest wil
bear good illnit and result in bring
ing them health and prosjelityVi
W. T. buggs and family whol, foi
the past eight or niie yearsmhlaveliha
their himne in St. Andrew, having
Slispo.ed of tile hoome here hias, ;)ur.
chased farlninig linlu in the vicinity ol
Wewahiltjka and relil vcl there
iluriig the l-at week. i
R. L.-Davis Irom Jackson county,
who was tlie purchaser of tlie W. T.
buggs liiiie, ias al'riuf, with his
family anti taken p1s -'ion olf t ho
"ainic andl is making iis hoine ,.lieic.
J. D. C U'iltall alrivedt on the Tar-
pon, 'yehtertlay to speniid his Winier
as usual tL his \\ii,ier Iomlle itn (:hi
'o\wn. 11 was accompanied y liis
Itiend, 'idTon lBrosnalia> ofl PieiOll,
[In., wh\lo i' y the way is a disciple of
'tle "ait l reervativ'e".


Its Discovery In the River Lena and
How It Was Los.
In 1846 a young Rlusslap engineer,
Benkendorf, saw the river Lena in SI-
beria release a dead mammoth frozen
ages ago in the bog There had been
exceptionally warm weather in the
north of Siberia, and -the river, swoll-
en by melting snow and ice and tor-
rential warm rains, swept eut of its
old channel and carved a new one. car-
rying to the sea vast quantities of its
former banks* and furrowing up the
thawing bogs over which'it raced. As
he made his way 'In a st aln cutter
Against the current tenketidorf saw
the head of a inammoth appeifr above
the flood. Rush upon rush of water
more and more released the'body. Its;!
hind legs'were still Ini bedded when hlie
saw It. but twenty-f'our hiounr liberated
hc-'e. The mamnmotih had sunli; ffet

iirst lito
,\ver it.
ooll I,::d
ies ud ani
'uried ii.

he last
-hoots of
,a;"il fir

a bog. Theo ooze hadi frozen
Su-cetsslve tids lih.l lealied
eg.etuaioai upon it. loinei alai
l::lir were perfect They se-
Ti''y ctut of: its ta:ks. Theyt-
it and foil'l, ini its stomach
lci :11 It had (e:ir, ,4 o;r g
the ir aiild :l i' ne -I I nasti-
cones. 'it ., we're. '.ill at

a-t .awh'- e, n -1!;e I

capId, hbu t :e wati;es surrgd uover the
ima:n lmoth :lud3 ca!1rrii it iForcal; rion to
the rvea.

!. 'ADE 0'i BLUNDER.

But to Square It an Offer of Generous
Restitution Was Madq,
In o:le of the northwestern states
they like noathinl better than to tell
how : fewv years ago there came to
that vtectioli ot the Unliioln ,a roton-
new'spDapr IIax vho(:e Imissioiu it was
to "wri te nIp" lyn lh-l in ti hat qatar-
ter. althiiagli it applieared that there
had not I;(eli an i;ie:'g:l execiioiio iii
tie stale I'or a hang ti:l.e ''T naiialivi.
took t!ite q(lcstion-is of tlh ea;'str';i sa i':t)e
ill good part aai:l eveo; "jlli>id" lim)1n
into bciieviing tilt for downvlr'lgii 11,:1
(s,%nefs t!li' <'o;iici ii;l;iy \Ivio'c(in r[
Wvas ft'r the mtlo)'i'-ntl sojour1;.!::;: w\ns
abl)out tlhe iilst () ; !: p;<)ilous p(;rtion ot
the Ui:ited Sta;tes
"Do.)t t yVO a'v',>r Il;!:e a ni:i;i':;t;'.e 1:;
thee 'lynh ';i';)-:s?" g';i t"!'! ssly a,-':aod theo
o-is):,tc !i;aln-"tlhat is, don't .oa evr't'r
lyarch lte wrNiiiig ian'"
"T-hat h1;tapi'i(te.l aictu." plit i;i smoline
one, "but \twe tried to do the s!uiart
thing iy the vwilow."
"i!ll '-,c;i"
"Ye's; : .' ;!;'pohiited a co. ii:il':;. tae to
Inforinl the wl' Iw that the joke 'I'.
on us, iliil vwe g ave her the choice of
the crowd for her second hiurbaud."--
Lippiucott's Magazine.

I-rue to Naturae.
"Are you sa:!islied with yv tist?"
"Perfe6tly. He's a rear Krtist. 'Pis'
false teeth are perfect je\\els."
"Can't you tell the difference''"
"They are exact iiitaitions of fl'-
ture. There is even one that's so good
an imitation that it aches sotitetimes.'
-nParis.ou rn al.

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Hasten recovery by keeping the
Vowels regular with Ayer's PillsI
I -'- -
. i-.= UvLil..T Ui.O)= iTOW.

v/hat to. Da When Caught In the
STre-zchci r L Currents.
Thr-p 1: i1dl'- -.vws which so
t,< i011 roe ftal lo.w in :u'wrs are pro-
Jl:c(ld )ay ti!des and coaFt currents. The
foreuail only carry on 1:it (e)! tadh: (he
latter us:;uaily Zi;gz::.g ail)ng t le shore.
"If you are a r a':)ist s'imnie'r." sailt
ai I)rofe.;::or of ':' airt' "yoll (cai geln-
eral!y .ove'cc,:..e if'l,-: :. I'- quick W'ert
.-tirokes I1. \' .. "r ); (lo u t ai
on(e succ:fI (:;i 'r ..' .I"ere. for this
is one1 of itl h (': e.;i'i!as to tih rule !
a'ot:t p-'rev( ;l :':. Step fighting be-
fore exha:lrltioa co::w,-s iund( go(\ with the
tie or :ui're;it. I:y re :ting a short
time. floating or swi!niulng leisurely.
you will have time to take your bear-
in gs .nd either make another attempt
or c'.!l for assistance.
"Soi lifeilecs you will find the under-
tow runs parallel to the shore. You
may then let yourself be carried along
with the certainty that before long it
will twist inshore, when a short spurt
will bring you to safety."-Cassell's
Journal .

One Way to Judge.
"Do you know," said the head waiter
at a faslliouable' restaurant. "that an
experienced water (anlu usually tell
whether ia diiner s wealthy on not by
the way he handles Ills meal check'.
If a mnan c'arele"isly pitclles out hi.-
mionoey for the waiter to pay the bill
w,;,ithout looking ov-e: his c(hekl, we know
Ile chances ':-e that hle isn't wealthy
He it inrc'-iiln,' i ala luxury and fears
:e mi.h't lie ridiculed if lie exainined
ihe ( inan who b:->s plenty ni filouey ex
:tluine'; his cheek closely, as a rule. I!
he finds an item which he thinks iL
wrong he tells the waiter about it., It
was pr:obablyy just suchi care ns that
that made him rich. Is :e IL:miugire at?
Well. ) guess not. In fa( t. the wait-
ers a iniire hIm i for hir car'efuilne-s, and
the rc.-:lt Is t(iiy are i1,ulliy particular
boiut how 1 is chargted."--New York
IPress. -
A Da:nger.mis [e'iidlic',
that s mi,.ai''tim,. termiin:tl-s fal:illy, ik
tlie 'tupipage of liver and bowel fuic-
tions. To q'lickly end tlil condition
without disagree ble sensations, Dr
King's New Lfie Pills hhoul. always
be your reitindy. Guaranteed absolute-
ly satisfactory in every case or money
back at A. H Brake's store. 25c.
A Curt Reply.
A story is told of I'rofesso r Massol
when editor of Macmnllan's Magazine
It refers to the days when Kingsley
and Newtian were engaged in their
famulIliS liii Iphlet war. l (onsci(u
the ext, i.eieiiKe of :tn article o)l the sub-
je.ci '!f'.hl' cl ii 'ti'ovNersvy whicli he had
\wlii'lt' ill th:e rii nega;iiie. Mlasson vell
ti'-dl 1o i:i:!: it unlder t'l li' e litice of
e.;.a i.ia, lihlt he waS laI p.repaed hfor
'lhe reIly he i'reeield. althonkh lie aft
erward' slioke of it with philosoplhic
hi:ilor Newmiiin's laconic -lmessage
\was in words sl(ch as these: "I have
not lard of your magazine, anid your
naae conveys no illpression to my
tIinl. -l etisti er Gatetles.
s''' _---
L.o:'J C( r'i'i;;:'.4 i' \\:'.1'n g')\-er;r or olt
..VNew So(Jutl\Vilht tiidle( I'is tirst I)1lb-
i a.l ';i'i jin t it the I y tli
at S avitey ll:viig a ohiai.iitedl a fe\\
woji'.s to lifllt'r. le dIil -i'ered il l im In
re)ly to ti tip stI otf his lif;lthi and
teiln -at d \\ In. feeling vier'y V ncl sat-
iS!!tl \\itll him selt (,p no>;-i;r, 1) Ilihu
tIi 'i'e ; ;',t ;ja .> i' \w '.:. ,: i.tl s.ii'e'ee!
1O :;. " ... u:e :! : :it h1e a' '."V i'''.i'':inor's pre1;Oi :;'.:"i; a ,' lwli
ia>:-'d i :.' :i", ., t al (i'O' ln t e ma i
ii'.'1 1... ;o tie iri'imi aid said
'T ih ai n, ibte L. o r'i' hi i | .tl'* "" '

S Just .? '!r
"' egI pI);)Tdo sir." s.iid lit' a l \v w anl
\V! e;. '; w ls lai i:l:',: me..3 o

gll('est as tie i1'i' i,\ ly ril.'ibed Ins ile'L,
s:: !; ereil liv m ,t Irs: "'o1i'y ttr .'y ii|."- -
i'i ;.l.i r'g I'ress.

Lots of It.
"**Il:iativ' is t!h, g,;'ail t hin"l; thliat w'i
all"t neta l and' thli t a I !:i,' ad au l:t'k."
"'W ell. m y hinsl>iii:] I'i:is l;'i ofl It.'
rit';iled N Mrs i ;.'i: :iWila\-; e t "v e 's inuti
ai le l i i oi l 'tliii': i':ira y a v t'vc' uiight."'
-Chti.n!'O It'-orud I tra hl.

Sornct.;v. :
Pwi'inie is so s' i' ii :

"Ex2:(c'lililg v -A V''fl'?h'" P1i]} l;!.'ka'u
him down the wsir-l th- ;last tinie h
didn't call I'I :ii for tliree "teeks."
Clnc:inniali E&Unqliil'r.

While- the world lasts fst11li'n wil
lead It by the nose.-('Cower.

Marine and Stationary Eugines.

Call- on L C. GAY,' Gay, Fla.




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Cherry Pectoral is so valua-
ble in consumption.- It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coughing. But it does more
-it controls the inflammation,
quiets the fever, soothes, heals.
Ask your doctor about this.
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S o ^ T*i f ery Botliugv, Expres ColleC
..'i/A Full Quarts ............... $ 5 ery Botliun. ExpreS Collct:
''. ll Qu .............. 7 o 100 Pints in drum...... ......$3300
S Quar .............. ) Hulf Pints in drum ..... 33 00
:12 Full Quiart~ (freig.......ht prd 12 .l Sd only in druin--will not break
S :12 }'ull Qulalrt O'freight prup''tl 12 iu0 drum.
W"Alilj 1 N 4 Full Qti-tt .... ... ... 21) Onue alloi ji,-, Expri.-', paid $ 2 50
a Full Quarts ............ ... 4 ('r0n Ii lI(ey, Express Collect.
12 Full QuairM .... ........... 'J Uu Fockv Ford, pIr b),ttle........$ 1 00
S;l 01(1 HHlltax Rye Rucky Fo,.rd,.i er case........ 10 00
4 Full Quarts .............. 4 21 ( N ('. W hit-e anl ju............ 1 65
IT- LFnll Quarts ................ 00 N. C. White, hiiLtur.......... 2 00
U12 Full Buurts...............- 12 00 N. C. White, Fine............. 2 50
So R Laurel Valley Corn ........... 3 00
4 Full Quarts ouh ............$ 2 5 1y W sk, y, Express Collect.
6 Full Quarts.............. 4 00 er gallon.
S12 Full Qart...............8 00 Copper distilled and jJg.......$1 65
S 36 Full Pints. ............... 12 00 Queen Cit. .................... 00
Sunny South, ........... .... 2-50
YeUowst.onOe Bn(irbon. Rye Malt .................... 3 00
Bottleo.' ......... .........$ 1 50 Hurdle Rye, Special.......... 4 00
asBe...................... 12 00 Overholt ................ . 4 00
:Old Boon1, Express Collect. ich Mill.................... 4 00
Bo13tled in bond by U. S. Government Pla;tI't...'... ...... ...... 5 00
3 Full Quurt ...... ......$ 1 25 Old Boone.... ...... ....... 5 00
12 Pill Quarts........ ........ 12 00 W illi',ms Private Seal......... 6 00

41.50 jilell".-, correctly pittmie and
-all-B tltete _more imimrtant
bmiil&dii"gs-i. of g'reat valueto any
eno :m'm tenla i uraihg oj
rtyp in Itown. It covor.,i atimt 'fumr
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ward frti r TYycr's Puoii.t Ike ild I'II)-
brltOiig I S tlL. Antlrewvi, with cmr-
, .uepOndiiig ten it'.ry inlalnd. Priice
A' e DullaAr,. the BTOY- Ofi~c.
Sh`11GvIng all tihe btulds di.;p-s.'. of b.\
Ctie Cjim..iinmti (Jompainy, l loctwtes
aiirriptni, Pairker, 0 tl-luranain1 811
adjjlcant oonuutry. rite pit orhe"
Vote 6n iot 14hown. bIut by the aid )l
this map the a pproxintato lIscatiinii ot
miuly let in easily t l.'ie Ivielelld. Pluicel
Fifty Ce ts at tile Buimc Office.
Either miap 'will be sent -by mail to
auy &~ ldtre~.f or. rp'rirt f: trl r, Oe C

Aimme aendlng a *t@1h And description nay
~Dietia certain out opinin~il Cree wheti, ax
GiineuUon is probably Praitable. Cf~nlnL 'a
UIon MmtrkCAyoncouldeiai F1. 1-nr11andbookon -iw
V. p free. Oldest aguwncy for m'ecurins patent.
Pmtenta taken tbrougb Murn &to. re11
l U otle. wktbont charge. in tle
3cieutit Jimerican.
m tiv d!i,'npeI llli-trntnd tw-e.kv. Lareesteit
U tc~ina -r knv!6 ir irnml. 'Trcrr V, a
e -r urnmu hi. $1. Smil by all revrsni.'eq.

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Our Clubbing List.
The tBU1OY has Imade very C I) er' l cluI,.
,liin, arr l geients witli a few of ti e vtery
iest publications iii the countlr\'y and :'a r
the pPesont can sen d for a V.wlio ye -i r
'he BUOY and
l)ctroil t Free P'res (twice-a-week
llld YeV i-t H)ook)............. 7
The FlIAT. U. & Citienii, daily o'r $. 83
do Senmi cekly, or.'l 55
.Scie tific Aenirican' " .... 3 5
Farmer an I Fruit Grower ... 2 55
Ilotida Agriculturist . I 55
do clth. of 5. ech 2 .
lFaim Journal, Pliihad'a. notlihly I 10
Cincinnati Enuirer twici a weekl.
8 'lriz' tliges eachl issue .. '1 ',5
AtlaMntfu totitutiomin I 75
N. Y. Vorld (thricea wo% k). . 175
I'lhe Coas'opolitian........... .. 1 75
'lieC riterion ................... 1 0
For any or either or tlIhe abo ve pull ica -
ions in coinectiou wiith lie BUOY ad-
ross all ordrs to o i BUOY,
R t Andlre,'. Fl a.


-WITH Dr. kig'

New Discovery
o FOR C u$1,0.
S IOLDS VIlal oatle Free

For Sale
Ve offer for sale a strip from the
.auth side of the north half of the
northwestt quarter af section 10. town-
li:p 4 south. range 14 west, running
flom the school house to Watson bayou,
ljr iiriir.11 iville on the south. Will be
cid iin acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.

"'., price asked will be according to
n-t.tlon. W A-. E11tONP "9

w .

Surch is man!
Five days from the ('ate of making
iis decision Mr. Gaston sailed for
Naples. His steamer was not over-
,.rowded. lie would find plenty of
t iandin'- room at the deck rail wheu
!io reached port. This would be one of
the occasions when + the front seats
were not reserved for ladies. It was
two days before the old bachelor sud-
denly discovered that there was an
setremely good looking young woman
aboard in charge of the captain. His
heart gave one jump, and then he
turned away. He was off to see vol-
canoes and not to look after conely
women. Besides, the captain whis-
pered to him that Miss Davison did
not care to make acquaintances on the
voyage. .By way of revenge Mr. Gas-
ton did not stare at her at the table,
as did all the other passengers.
Four d(nI;., lhad passed, and he had
met Miss Davison face to face a dozen
timeS, anj neither had seemed to see
the other. Then he passed her vacant
staeir.er ch1i ; and found her purse ly-
lnug where she had carelessly left-it.
Finding a lady's purse, whether ofl
ind.l or sea, calls for immediate action.
Mr. Gaston was In search of the cap-
tain to hand it over, with contents un-
tolnched, when he met the young lady
fice to face and had the hardihood to
"..'er l-r;. She at once responded
S:i:-':;:. Yes, it was her purse, and
.iio. wai under a thousand obligations,
:i:l so tl'y inilti ruced themselves to
, .ch other a-d AS:+t down for a chat.
She h-:;d tohd the captain that she
li.'nt c;-;r for introductions, but she
v:.s v-i.lhug to make an exception in
G'i:. (a:;son'u case. Mr. Gaston was on
-::.a:d tfor Ihe express )i purpose of gCoiu:
o ''uelo.-; to tee a volcano hump;inu
itself and hadn't expected to speak to
a woi,.'n en route, but he was alVr'
w\ill i;; to make a solitary exception.
There were many other chats, but
it wa3r not until the last dayout th'a
5- ------------.


Nov. 2,1907.
Notice is hereby given that Benjamin
E. Collins of Point WaliiHgto,n, Florida,
has tiled notice of his intent'l- to make
final liv,-year proof in support of his
claim, viz: Homestead Entry No, 33,512,
made J H.n, 7, 190.4, for the lot 3. of section
30, town-hin 2s, r. 17w. and that said
prool will he made before the clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla. on De-
cembner 16, 1907.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz:
E. D. Miller and W. D. Miller of Point
Washington Fin., J. T. Marshall and L.
L. Marshall of West Bay, Flt.
I EN RY S. CIUBB, Register.
IdEditor's foe paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. _
Nov. 2, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Elisha D.
Miller of Point Washington, Fla., has
filed noticesof his intention to make final
five year proof "in support of his claim,
viz: Homestead Ent-y No. 34.1lg6, made
April 22, 1904,for the wt2 of nwKl of see
33 and lot 3 of sec. 32, townshtp 2s, range
17w, and that said proof will be maue be-
fore the clerk of the circuit court at Ver-
non, Fia., on December 16, 1907,
He names thim. following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz.:
B. E. Collins and W. D. Miller of Pt.
Washington Fla., J. T. Marshall and L.
L. Marshall of West Bay, Fla.
HKNRY S..,CueBB, Register.
~iEditor's fee paid.

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I ..... Cy JES LEWi3.

SCopyrighted, 1907, by Mary McKeon.
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lRobert Ca,:ton v'ws a bachelor of
thirty-,:.-. and was [rnowvn to be fair
ly wveali.y. Ieo v as a clubmani in !
ronservaive wv..y. .Ie was also :i
patron oi th.l theater, but uot of
actresses. Nov.: n:!1 then he mndie ;
bet on a ho-'se Vace or na election, butL
he did not ride to the hounds or par-
.icipate in wild reveIr:,. He was a
,'chelor of good character, and w.hy
de did ,ot marry wa- something ne
fellow could find out.
Nothing is a master.: to one whb
.lovws. Mr. Gaston kneowt that he wai-
simply waiting for the right woman
to come along and an-ouse the ro
mance in his nature. That he had
romance he felt quite sure, but that
the right woman would come he ha'<
begun to. doubt. IIe had prevented a
irl in financial distress" fhro;n leaping
!nto the river, but she was older than
ie and (id not appeal ti him: He. had
.topped a runaway cab horse and sav-
-d tLe wo ian inside the vehicle, but
,ho turned out to be a-,bachelor girl,
rhco I:Lc'.:'y t.::i!i!' ._l Ii "., il th --
:E ,ai l.'o'.ir to va.lit ', .u t) [ the
Ar^'B l1mrh- .!;1 ,rtop lfdl hernel 'f.
g"T.t e n1air oneo be hnd.
lbfJ rt pr 1 I girl i'l I 'army nii:.
I:utled. her out. but hO iami told him
lint tri- was airc-nly eiaedacrl and had
ffierv'. him a dollar 1,i cae.h for .li
exeri Lons. '
Between the ages of tvwenfy-five and
thirty-eight Mr. Caston had had at
least fifteen narrow esC:aas from ca!l-
ing up that slumbering romance that
wor'd lend to admiration and love, and
he had finally come to the concilo:n'io
that it would have to be Eome!hl:n,
out of the beaten track and might
never happen at n ll.
Low little do we know what a day
may bring forth: On a certain Sun-
day Mr. Gaston sat in the smoking
room of his clu'i and read.the ~lIx vol-
tume S'1'c.ny7 Irpapers n'i was satisfied
and content. On Monday he decidel-
to ':;il for Italy and see the volcano oC
Vesuvius ii operation. No one hIad
ever susIpected( him of a partiality fo:r
volcanoes. Tle had not rushed of to
the Johnstown flood or the Ga!lvesto:m
disaster or the Baltimore fire. Hie had
never becn known to attend a prize
i-.;ht or pay a visit to the morgue, a.nd1
.eo had once turned pale at sight of a
bleeding finger on the land of a cluh
waiter, but now he wanted to-sail far
away and oee a vo!cauol belching de-
structioa for twenty miles around.

be in Naples and your bank account in
Nev. York, but things can be fixed in
a (ay to transfer any: sum named.
The next day as Mr. -Gaston came
inta the prc:ence of the one loved she
blushed and returned the pressure of
his hand. Old Vesuv still whnnged
away, but she was quiet comnpare:l
with Gaston's heart. For one dao
only! 'On 'hi:s ne-t cnll he found tihe
hcireEr minEsi:Lg. After anxious in-
quiry he learned that she had taken
the traln for Genoa. He might have
teleg:aplied -nd had her and the fake
lawyer a:':-i-.-t-.'. but he decided not to
do so. He hod loved and lost, and
without another look at the famous
volcano he took the steamer for New
York. When his club 'friends asked
him to describe what he had seen, he
said there was nothing to describe.
To one man only did he open his bleed
ing lftart, and he was somewhat com-
fort"oi to hear the other exclaim:
'-The deince you say! Why, the same
girl got $10,000 of my good moiey in
the same wvay last summer! Glad .I'm
not the only easy mark in this old

Hard to Determine.
"I've' taken deposits over this same
counter for more ycnrs than I'd like
to own up to," said the re-eiving teller
;i a downtown sav-ng; balnk, "and I've
n:(ade qiuit a study of reading faces.
tao. :) t just the same I nLeer can tell
by Ioki';hg at a man whether he's go-
ing t depool3t money or" raw some out.
Sometime; the shabble'it r-,:;n in the
line will pull out a L'g wad of bills
to depo.';t, v,'h'lo a stylishly d:'esjsed wo-
man right I chind himr v:ill want to
'draw out a couple of do lars. It would
take a cla*'voyant to te'l what was go-
ing t- hap-en, and ju -t fir curiosity I
sometimes cast an eye down the line
trying to si-;e up the ditferent people,
Sbut it never does any g.oJ. I re-
membe:' a very ragged man conamng in
once .a~l. d:l-pa:t:i"7 .8200 in coin and

Miss Davison solved a P roDICrn ta:
was pmazliini the bachelor. She waN-
going to Italy to claim a large estate
left by her grandmother. She had tih
papers with her. She was an orpha:
and had no relative to come with her,
and her New York lawyer and he;
maid had accidentdily been left behind
wheu the steamer sailed. She must go,
to a.hotel in Naples and wait for them,
though she would be In consultation
with an Italian lawyer meanwhile, anud
somne preliminary steps could be taken
The romance that had been buried
deep In the heart of the old bachelor
legnn to thaw out. It thawed and
bubbled and rose to the surface.
It begot admiration. Mr. Gaston
wouldn't have made a wager that It
wouldn't end in begetting love. The
thing that was needed had come to
him at last. On arrival at Naples the
captain took Miss Davison to a cer-
tain hotel, and Mr. Gaston went to an-
other, but of course Mar. Gaston could
call at any proper hour. lie did call.
There was old Vesuv belching away
and scattering ashes and fireworks all
around, and hundreds feared that Na
pies must be destroyed, but he was
not among them. He was falling iiW
love with Miss Davison, and Naples
must stand. Together the two saw th"
old hill doing her stunt, but their talk
was mostly in regard to that grand-
mother's fortune. It namoun'ted to mil-
lious of dollars, and Mia;s Davison was
the uoly helr. It vowedud ie+ a great
responsibility for her, and she almost
dreaded grilng the inouv:.'. Alone iih
(he wv'orld ;a d immensely wealthy. how
o.iou!ld ~e;l lil vwhetler a man is.o ghl
her hall for love cr the lon.g gre.;n?
At .1'is point Mr. (;ast-;n acaic'ed
out r, d took her -hand and sail :ome-
*hhg in rcly, bUt n.; the e h:'p- uned
'. be .,n i-?-up: ioen' .':st t'hen -a E:oun:l
like .'-n th!ouwnari.d mad bullis bellowi-
ait once-tihe youig lacy never (c';ugh'
'he wor-"Is. l Ih too!V ti!emn to nieaI
.omething nt least brotherly, however.
mnd lhu g to his arm a little more
.ighth. M:'. Ganton- was now in love
[.e v-as ready to bet a inew h:\t cr
t. 1 e w-as :eandy to prc)po'e inui:-riag
tIe .: as, w'.iing to bet two h:I:t on
that. Io must g, a lit :e slo,'., be-
.'at'e L: was'. in' fortune hinI'.i a:t"
wan'.:edl th-egihl to satisfy hecrsel'f on
-that point.
A Vtc: I['s-cd,- a'':d then Mi3- Dayi
scn :.livel '.l a cabcie4:'nr! fr', !:!'
lawyer stati'g that he v -o::d ILe e
tain:d tnwo v. eeLs lonugr ;:2nd 1l;.' sla<
shculld l ;e: pre';in y ) pre:I~ r .ig
in trle sil. Mr. GCIst3n did i: t see
the (:aIleg anm. but he did E:ee thef law-
ye,' who called on the hcir'e:". Mis,
Davisen i:i:terl thbit he shiu I1 be
e~F:.ont at ti interview aas the c:i'y
k'ar frI.ed .se h;:d' i; a!l I'a'y. YV-
:yinus bel' ed :n:d rocrei and tlr:'cv
rocks (ever 2_00 feet hith, but ti
in:tcrv'-iew took place( just the come.
Tho l:awr.' v.ent over the (cas,, v,'hiL.ch
vaL; ln si-'re thing. It wa;s as ,: :. ;s
that ;an A .',''ican trust (cci'pa:.y c-.r:t!
i.un' tho prli:e. of I)talces ;up a ic lar av
b.;ael aid. uot' g to jail for it.
EV -.r:"J- a'. .s really to c',:n I b::-:I
noess, but th -,re v.worl be repe of ftos
ey'-qt.e a o';it of macney. P :.-:i f; t1
eigner, Ii:'.sDavI.son mustu -' t :.
Q03 l-efore .f1iihg the ;i., ..'and tIle:
+jher.e w-oa'd '-e'nced of $, ~CQa.=t:i Lion.
al tao rlibe clciai8 a'nd g:t I i, p- .

.i-L, n b ,'n, :e. .but l'jat 'iid ma ic
more dr' -, '- ,' n ,;. .' -..
sue for rmil,1,ns left1 by- yoCr *i:.. i: .-
iother, yowcan bIegin .t-o c'..i:. i.
-' ou fool aro.rnd 'ttoo ion., a hni:.' '-c(
their r heirs w il rte fr,):n t'irl:' -::'ave,
to h1.! out t;:elr avar'icio-':.' a.
WWhen tIhl.lawyer had d --e:-ltc, i 1'
Davi:n,-s m ,;is limo.t in! -'.rs. i he
'.adn't the cash i o advlanm'e. lib;' I:v,"-
cr ve'a: taking the case on a a (ha', :,
rud '.I.C0 v. as ;-!1 she could rmti-e. Che.
,t'ccee:!edJ in choling back a few so':s
xni- then sudden:iy :uile:! and sa:d I"t-
vou:ld iun:'.o no great c(l.crc:.?. If-
;he had not the money, that must end
SR'g'at t ere waxs wh re Mr. Caston
;poke his little piece. He hrad loved
'e- from the instant he fouin-l the
:)r.' ? lo thb al-.er chair, anud now
'hit hI cou' I .l.e of -wes to her his love(
-ve!i'J, :,, !;1-h; a iSpri;':,g on the Catskill
o'u i '-'s. HI>e would aidvnuce the
,noney t. {he* la'v; ye:-. S,.'- m.st not
*;-" -)imi '-.-;.y. lie wanted her for his
ii'fe. l'ut hle "-od!d not n'r~ae a formal
nl':i,).-tal until ci r had Lad time to
st'u:y him aridl make sure that he was
no g.v t.-.r or sord!id wretch. She pro-
te:?aL, but i.e ir:ri,sted. Even while she
prolesfed he left her dear presence to
fix things with the lawyer. You may

John' had added several hundred men
to the police force, and the tough crowd
were so intimidated that they never
dared to do a thing."
Why Pa Was Mad.
Farmer Jones, after eating a hearty
dinner, stepped out on his porch to en-
joy a smoke, when he noticed ii frout
of the house, which was on the main
road, an overturned load of hay, and
beside it a small boy, seemingly- in
great perplexity. The farmer went
out and spoke to the boy.
"Well, my boy, I see yon have Lad
en accident, but never mind. Turn
your horses to the hay and come in
and have some dinner."
"I can't," said the boy; "pa'll be
"Oh, no, he wyon't. Come on."
"Nope. I can't; pa'll be mad."
"Now, look here, sonny. You didn't
mean to upset that hay.. 'here's no
harm done. Come right along,, and
after you have had something to eat
I'll help you to load up again."
The boy consented, saying as *he
looked back at the hay, "But I just
know pa'll be mad."
After he had eaten and the farmer
had started back with him to load up,
the latter said, "Now, don't you feel
better?" -
"Very-much, sir, but pa'll be mad.
"Wihy will your pa be mad?"
"Eccause he's under that load of
Another In the rield.
She was pretty. and the drug clerk
was glad to sell her a stamp.
Al.o to weigh her letter.
Also to lick the stamp and affix it to
the envelope.
"Put it on upside down, please." she
simpered. "That means something to
Then the drug clerk lost interest.-
Louisville Courier-Journal.

smali bills, and right behind him was
a fashionably dressed woman who de-
posited $1. I always remember this
instance, as the persons were in such
direct contrast."-NOwv York Sun.

From 6ut the Grave.
In the little village of Tewin, Ilert-
fordshire, England, there are five large
trees growing out of a single grave,
and thereby hangs a curious story. On
the slab that marks the grave was
carved the inscription:
"Here lyeth inter'd the body of the
Right Honorable Lady Anne Grime-
stone, wife of Sir Samuel Grimestone,
Bart., of Gohambury, in Hertfordshire.
daughter of the late Right Honorable
the Earl of Thanet, who departed this
life Nov. 22, 1713, in the sixtieth year
of her age."
The village story says that Lady
Grimestone, persisting in a lifelong de-
'nial of the existence of a God, on her
deathbed declared in answer to the
exhortations of her friends that if
in the other world she found that there
was indeed a God five trees would
grow out of her grave. The woman
died and" was buried. Shortly after
the interment the five little shoots be-
gan to appear, growing constantly un-
til they split the masonry and wrecked
the railing about the tomb.-New York

Animal Peculiarities.
A herd of wild Asian buf aloes wili
charge any foe, even a tlger,*'to leave
the life of one of their number that hir:
been wound.ed. Elephants, baboons:
anil oi!her animals will do the s;ame
:,!;C. i a wild state.
On the other hand. monkeys have
been known to fall i-pon one of their
mimi-er that is 111 and drown him. poO
eiidlv s ,:u act of mercy. Simiiarly
wv-o!yes destroy one of the pack that
Itecomiies helpless.
If an otter is trapped, his brother ot-
ters will run around him all night.
showing the utmost concern.
A wvri:er in the London Spectator
states that he has seen. sparrows in
groups discussing and lamenting when
one of their number had fallen.into a
trap. Next delay, when a robin was
caught, the sparrows paid, no attention.
SIIe adds that he had seen a big pig
try to help a smaller one through a
hoIe in the fencelpaling by'pulling ai
its hea -
Circus Folk Hard Workers.
The amount of physical work done
by the performers of the circus is
scarcely believable. These people make
the care of their bodies their religion,
and they will do nothing that mili-
tates against their strength or their
health. ,When the performers rise in
the morning they hurry to tlhl'eebok
tent for breakfast. Then they must
get into their trappings for the parade,
failure to report at 10:30 involv-ing,
fine of $5. If the big tent is up early
the chances are that the arena will be
_filled with performers practicing for
han hour before the parade. After the
street display the performers have
their dinner, and then they must dress
for the grand entree, from which none
Is excuseJ. Only a very few of the
circus folk escape with a single act.
Nearly all of them do two and most of
them three acts, for each of which
tily tmu:t changee th'-Ir costuial. .\
v.'i.ma Ijperr'mIe--r ofe,' wori-,a In a

in te alr,, rides I"'a .ote act or
two a-l In the flat ra'es at the end of
the performance. lu addition she will
very probably "do a. turn" in a con-
cert after the show, and she must
change her costume for each appear-
ance.--E'erybody's Magazine.

A Trick That Won.'-
"Once, when 'Long Jihn' Weentwortf
was mayor of Chicago," said an old
time resident of that city, "a hat cam-
paign was in progress. The rough ele-
ment was showing sigfls of turbulence
and 'Long John' knew that the police
force was totally unable to cope with
It If there should be a riot. There
wasn't much of any police force In
those days. The few officers that there
were didn't have any uniform outside
of a plug hat. On the front of this
was a semicircle of tin with the mnan's
number on it. There wasrno money to
pay for addifionar officers, .so. 'Long
John' bethought himself off a bright
scheme. He had a figure '0' added to
the number on every one of those' hats.
On election day the different members
of the force were stationed conspicu-
ously where the trouble was most like-
ly to break out. The roughs saw the
numbers, '250,' '290,' '350,' etc., where
they had before seen only '25,' '29' and
'S5.' The word went around that 'Long

A cure guaranteed if you use
UGY S o to
PILE PI SuPP08110oto
D. Matt. Thompson, Sup't'
....d Sc;jola, atesvile, N. C., writes: "Ican .ay
.o all yu claim for tem." Dr. Deore,
' "-n Rock, W. va., writMs; "They give unitvrsalsati.
I ,,',.- ." Dr. H. D. MociUl, Clarksburg, TenB ,u a
a i, pra~c-iu of 23 yar3.i I have found no ; a... I
SL ,: y ourR.E. Ba:c, 5, ~:;r, Samples F -.,l

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

EVER KNOWN TO FAIL, Sate! Sure I Speedy I Satls.
faction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Sent prepaid
for $1.00 per box. Wll'snd them on trial,to be paid for
when relieved. Samples Free. Ifyor druggist duenot
have them send your orders to the

Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitfcelf


Shiiis the lI.test an mi(I iost coumpllb,(e
Hand ow for working pliant.s in the garben. it
l -:1 j lll j is ll ; the ..ig'ht, the block to
l i.. hTI Illt ii d at;r, .l...d keeps it in the
r1 i i1. an:1. tho dollth of rowing is regulated K
St, Ii l:tii l ,,- hi nll.. i A\ boy or girl of icn
i i ll, it itl p url'.*- t ease. It ha. a
I ,I.,' -t'..l ,, 1. h, I I r- l i ht of which mak a
S I', li -:h ,r l.,ft,. It has live blades:1 ;'
S,, ,'',' mil, 2 a hlovh -l, 3: a sweeipor.weeuint .
S** e. 4 a ll-ton-,,i.. 5 a rake. W rench'

T f.it- ni;.u au-rauronemitsih bv
SmI.hI .1. Iann rlllni'iish this plow :t '
the tt.','. tItp: ice, $3.7.,, wilt

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reihi to iSt. AndIrews B. y about ne dilli-, making *he plow, delivCr.-d
.i Bi tlie Br OY ) poes to o cb t-r -lin th-l- at.d mill tnd thie hiot
cne \c:i t and fu. nish 1one of these plows complete at the factory for i4.6,
puJlchanl r to pay freililt
The plow may he it's n in (opitrati(,i at the. dit(r'.- escideThne at nt111 tiI~b
ider IronI; the BUOY ;ivrt.


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Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity,

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews a&(
Surrounding Country.
Maybe ,udt at his residence uoi iuen n' Vistaa vcnne at night.



To Patronize Us!) ,

WE hanple only the Purest Wines,* Whiskies and' Beer and allof o ow .d .
strictly comply with the Pure Food Laws.
WE are the Best Known and Larg-est Liquor House in the State.
WE refund your money if goods are not satisfactory.
WE have no traveling man or a~ients; you arc not sayingg their exoenfies.
W :-el' direct to the consumer at lowest prices,
WE ship goods in plain boxes, with no marks to indicat- their contents.
WE do NOT bottle anly whiskieo+; all our ease goods are bottled at the Distillery; ."
Now ill's ni-to yon. .-I) It Now and scoud your orders to

The Joseph Zapf Co. Inc.,


The best ku ai al largest lmqlor house in the State,

Tes prices include E press Tese Prices do not include ex-
Tlppress charges. If you want un
(litr"s. to prepay, add as follows: 1
Don't overlook. These ooos are bot- gat 50c; 2 al. 75c; 3 gal. 90c;
4- tal. $1,00.
tied at the Distillery.l
Extra Star Rye........Per Gal. $V to
qts. Forest Lawn Rye.........$ 2 75 Excelsior Rye'........ 75
12 ......... 8 00 Redmnn Rye...... 2 00
14 Beechlard Rye........ .. 2 75 I Eastland Rye..........." 2 25
2 n" 0 0........... 8 0 Maryland Monogrami.... 2 50
14 Glen Lily............... 3 20 Rose Valley... ..... 3 00
2 ................ 9 00 Echo Sp n ..........
14 Jum Buckner Rye........ 4 00 I. Harper ........... .3 5
2 ." ........ 10 00 Solace................. 4 00
14 Woodford Countv...... 4 50 Silk Velvet............. 00/
2" ...... 10 50 Malt Whiskey........ 2 00
14 Rose Valley............. 5 00 up to u 400
..... ... 12 00 .Georgia Corn.......... " 1 50
14 Echo Spling)............ 5 00 up lo 2 00
" r. rWV. Harpor........... 5 00 Tei;ncsseeCorn -.... 2 00
4 !' LivoeOak.................. 5 0O N. C. OCU n ............. 2 50
4 Lewis' C6.. ............. 5 00 Stono Mountain........ " .3,0
4 Hunter................. 5 00 Tom Gin............... 1 50
4 Canadian Club........ 5 00 upto 300
4 Cane Spring-bottled in Holland Gin............. 1 50
bond..... ................ 5 0O up to "" 2 O "
4 J. E. Popper-botthd in New England Rum....; 1 75
bond ....... ........... 5 00 upto ( 2 C0
4 Duffy's Mlt.. .......... 4 00 C-ognac, 'Pcach, Aplo,. -
4 American Ma t.......... . 5 00 .\;,'i, wI l. l 1i,.-.i. and
4 '' Laurel Valley C( orn ........ 3 L', ;rana l rU lit.... '. 50
4 Stone Mountail iin Corn ..... 4 ,1 -ip t) 3 00
4 Gopher Gin Tonicj ....... 4 n'li ,lr, .sh1 -i \, Catawba
4 Devil's LIland Gin,....:.. 4 111 Bl.,.ki,, v u\'ines ..... "
,4 '' Gin Pho phlite..:. .. ... i 5. u to .' t '
: a'N la: for j ita ia id packing..,::.' .-

Anh ei-Busch io..
I E. ". ; iEExportr Bnlie.'l,.al, Iq.d'z i z, .a .
.J than cask, pozi.' 0

Agents for Stachelbergs Talmp;a Li F:ama Uni\ersal Cigars.

Tampa Smokers and Henry George Cigars.

Write IFor Price List.


A N 1) C I T Y RE SA U R AN !

Corner of Bayview and Wyomins Avenues on Bay Front

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can'" fiud at any other Store, come to the R A C 1K E ,

S TO RE andi get.

Hot MVeas at All Hours of the Dav.
Inra,'1 i.:, Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts. s Clp of Tea, 5o Os..,IIII(lll ,

Fresh Bread, Pies and Oakes, Specialties

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