Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00264
 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 12, 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: VID00264
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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ST. ANDREW, FLA.:,DEC. 12, 1907.

Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
I ensacola; 2d District, J. P.
hlfero, Jacksonville.
resentativee'--lst District, S. M.
arkman, Tampa; 2d District,
k Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
E. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Office-Register, W. G. Robin-
; .Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
t veiXor, N. B. Broward; See-
', H. .C. Crawford; Treasurer,
.-V; Knott; Attorney-General, W.
IllBtsi; Comptroller, A. J. croom;
,rintendent of Public Instrec-
ii'F.- M. Holloway; Commission-
i( Aticulture, B. E. McLn.
'i-ienator, S. W. Clark, Blouats-

_Iton County-Representative,
itter, Vornon, County Judge,
,.Wells; Clerk of Court, County
rI Reorder of Deeds, W. C.
Sb'eriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-

l _'.'B.. Tillb, Vernon;
Asseirhar, J. J Wi liam, C p-
(Qotla ty Superintendent. B.
.iner. Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
lnB. Vernon; County Commis-
ieris-FPirsi District, Bse Brooks:
and District. Levi Yates;
Dh Distrhi ,S.L Daivis; Fourthp is-
ti1P N. jutcb:son: Fifth Districc.
..-(Sinl:le:aary '.-. e .of the
iraries. W
mtnsl; A. d. i;, e
t ilirectOrl& Q. W. .Strber, Sr.,
". T.-Grills, A. H. Brake; Postml s-
Y W. M. Conely.
ltiac City--PostmasLer, Taylor
Lea- Postmaster, 'J. S. Melvin.
QeofthePeaoe, G. M B. Harries.
1t.ble, J. H. Daffn.
t'.i.l'ostluastrr "P. M Boutelle.
-Fv Pubhl1 \'. II. Parier.
y- .l dstiiaster, M. N. Carlisle.
.a-Postaster, Andrew Allan.
In rostinsaster, S. W\ Andr-

Bay---Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
.v uostiuistress, Mrs. R. Gay. I
tkiL-- i-o'btnmaster. Emery Tomp-

a;d 'ostmaster. O. C. TompOlns.
I'Posumaliter, J. J. Fowler.
1i'i ..,p l'osi mistress, Mrs. Dyer.
.ee-- 'PQItmaster, James M. Murfee.

n 'ouu ty ,Cromanton-Postmas-
'lor, .loskinis.
tIl'--Postmaster, W. F. Wood-

#'ltrtutr' malls, via, Anderson,
% -Lttajy Head and Chi-pley departs
'4 'I"ay except -Sunday at 3:00
.i 1 :, a'riyes every day 'ex-
;.ilda'y it 7:15 p. m.
k f-y til for Harrison, M.lliville.
t'ou, atrlier, Pittsburg, Cook,
;i,,. ad Wetapn, leaves St.
kV!_tl.%elaorn Ig except Sun-
clo ives, ocomiBg
. '" ., ,

-Wyn ave. front-
to frv:as at 1l'a.-in. aBji
Fl' '.% i'day S!ch, l every S.uii
.mn. Rev. '. L. Joyiier

;.''- i.ljcopal-Chui'ch Wasr-.
e.'* .aind Chestnut st Sunday
ml :30 a. m. every Sunday.
""" bP. W ionerrl.n. ,astor.
;-, ,ri iii- C' urch corun r Lorainr
-'. and Drake St, Sunday school
';-.3) :. 30- L"u., every Sunday .lJohn
'. w" ', k. Supt.
". -- t'hurch co-rner Wyoming
.'? .id Foster St.

SrXer Locfge No. 142
P:'. JP. &c .&-..V- .
S itegular (Cu ioniin i-
4 .. .t c- l at ii on tile first
''C..- ai, third -Sat urilay

-*'t+ ^. ': >" \i Visiting Brother
.... NIXOf. Seuretarv

'-.. ." DIRECTORf.


S- le State at Large; has
: administer oaths, take
1i.galize acknowledg-
S J- iywhere In Florida.
. i given to land con-
~-, i rilsge ceremlony1 per-
.l . qualified parties.
', ,i,13 utllee St. Andrews
.:,..." for StatL at large. Of
-.- .. .., corner of Loraineave-
'*a-, .. lL i s, All Notarial
"- ;. elicited and given prompt at-
..' _----- --------
and Druggist, Commerce St.,
.-: .. l-taie'v, offers his profes-
: dial services to the citizens of St.
S.. .iu vicinity. Residence on
is avenue. *
'' "A.leopatice Physician and Accom-
I !"heur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
..-otary Puuflc for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, FJa.
Cub'lleyanciug and payment of taxes
'or non-relidents, specialties.

1 d.uS.r Wnnys.

."..1 I rn,, i ltrt ;;l" lI "-
t' I roo f t.e t IsMinei W (.-
S'" tt i.lSo lIe wa-s
,; itll the poet's
h lile lll a;i the tlnor
_the artist was walt.
s.: allud Tennyson en-
A;t' I mhelid. He loo!;ed
S.tlid im irtmnired- "'I hate
-' ,,g I can't abide sitting"
'. r. Mr, Hrkomner was allowed
v. ti Ireuialu Soonn after he had retired
S.to his room for the nlligt Ibere canie a
,kte:.^'i, at the door. A head was thrust
.--- icoe if the poet remnrked:
O..h-,' hainoest Good
a -C

Oneo oilnr a Year in Advance.

fnfered Sept 3, 19r2, nt St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act ol Congr ss o'f March 3. I 79.

I' It P R I E ( R

Display ad. rates, 50c. per jnch pier
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates 'subject to special
"Local Drift." 5c per line, first inser-
tion; 24c earh subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If this paragraph is chocked1 with
alleii. rij .that sour
subscription has ez pTe- ~.'.thtt two
orthree extra numbers -will b'e c'en
you that no break r ml occur should
you choose to renew.

A movement has again been inaing
ni-i lied, it appears, to implio'e tihe
Pass froni tie Guli leading iii:, the
St. Andrews Bay. andl Mr. T. D
Sles andi others, have been requested,
to submit information showing tli
necessity of auch improvement.
If this was anything new. Pielne
tiing might be hoped for from it; but
hle tact is that. not lIss than four oi
f'i-.e lines Julring the life of the Burny
a like spupt has been made; but noth-
iii ever caine (f tem.n.
A few years agp, the late Capt. L
.M. Vare. with the assistance of othIa
gentlemen of the Bay country arrang-
eOl and'made an exhaustive lepoit o!
the at lhat Lime, and tlie j.ropective
commerce ,f the Bay country, and at
tie request ofthe department siub
mnittoe it to thle vaiilous he-as, an'l
also to the senators andl re;iresenta-
ti\es in cofngiess. Several of tlhemi
visited tHIP Bay and all were loiiul it
their nianlilestat ions of a'inliration't o
our beautiful bay, anil lor tho tirgeil
need of its inmproveinent, anl, were
profliae in promises'to do their utnlost
to secure an appropriation. Tlie re-
p.r't was published in the Buoy anj
pis0a' yK t Wyp,p4! a.nsd- 4ex "ai ieiU o arn
terested parties. Thin Buoy believer
that a sfniall apprbppi itli'Qi was vn',led
for a stivey. Bnt as far as kuno.vl
nothing fIurther ever camie of it.
Th'e Buoiy id inclinicl Im louk witi
gieat ailtwance oin every move of Illii
kind until som : actual snowiu of work
shall manif(dt itself.
Election tiune is appriclhinu'I and o)
ooursio, candidates will tall over each
thelie in viewing to see \ which can ni.ike
the most alluring prolmisnes. 1But
what is needed is woi k, nlot talk.

No need to fear coughs anid collil- this
year as ydn can obtain Bt:.s- Laxative
Cough Syrup now frl-om N.-ur .lialeir.
This is ood news to mothers a ho tear
croup and whooping cough. It is a gen-
tle laxative but expels the poi~oii fronl
the system in the natural \wa. Cut-.
the phlegm and clears the he1adl. Zar-'-
anteed. Sold by WV. C. Holle Co.

A Waiting Game.
"If he treats you so mean, why don't
you get a divorce?"
"I'm waiting for his business to pick
up so that I can get enough alimony to
make it worth while."-Sau Francisco

Deception of Truth.
Bismarck boasted that he deceived
the whole worldd by telling the truth.
It is thus that the simple defeat the
clever, but without Intending It.-West-
minster Gazette.

They that can give up essential lIb-
erty to obtain a little temporary safety
deserve neither liberty nor safety.-


o ------__ ''

Helping Ha1k in


Copyrightcd, 11117. by E. C. Parcells
.0 O6
"But our well is a piunim x' li.t I
.ilyrtle so di'lo t)lsly til I .11 v%- [li '
mother. Intol'eiaiit of siper--iii 1:1 11i..l
to laugh.
"It t', eP n't have to Ioe \ -ir own
well." explained old M 1rs. I're i.-.
lith a dletiant gl:ity ;at Iirr dl:i:l ter
In-lu '. It says that if you lI.,,k into
a we'l at iniiluingbt on Illlo\(.een you'
will see reflected in the wv,iterl li( f.ivi t
of the man you are to ui:iiry-if you
are destined o be a bride w within the
.e r. ", -
"Now. inother,-"fop putting Lfolis-
notions into Myrtle's head." exclaniu-
ed Myrtle's mother. "I've trieJ all
these years to keep such thini' nw :I\\
from her. and now you are tilling her
mind with -arrant nonsense."
The grandmother made a gp'.stuire of
"We didn't cnll it nonseune in our
day. Susie." she protested. "We iied
to have a lot of fun bolbbinr.g ..r uap
pies and all that sort of lhii:g. I
guess lMyrtle can Le a good girl, even
if she does bother her pretty Lhenil
about tl(I HIalloween rites. It's high
time she tried them. anyhow. Ve
can't go back again when \ie grn w uil
and find out what we've mis-ed as chil-
The yo unger Mrs. Pientl ,.linllrrr .,l
her shuiilders. Her own youth had
know no such foolish fannies. She
had been .brought up with uriitlin
rigidness and sought to m',:ldI .Mrtle's
mind, even as her own had I.oen frlmn.
ed, in the rigid cast of conv\eution.iilty
At eighteen Mlyrtle had never lihd
any of the childish diversions, and il u
advent of her paternal grand another.
with ihis u iw lore of llull-ween, wad
like the visit of a fairy grdli other. It
was the first time she had seen her fa *
their's mother since, n a clild i.f four.
she bad been brought we-i. and al-.
ready the kindly old lady had comn
pletely wou Myrtle's heart.
The revelation of the Hallowoou nmyr
teries was the most Important ilis,-lo-
sure yet made, and Myrtle threw hI.r-
self with interest into the iltea. IIer
grandmother lamented that rlhre wa-
not time to prepare for a Ilallnnw.ln
party, but It was agreed tlht .\MrLle
should prove her fate by the weN t-st
Wells were few, but nl the orc-hard
was a Welled spring, and this, it was
decided, would answer the purpose.
Myrtle had never had a sweettlaeart.
.r ineethjeEtt-.~arty-,{,rjgg sw -an..
frowned tnpon as being frivrilbn. aiind
talk of love had been rigidly discmir-
aged. At the time even her mother
could not prevent 'Seth Haskin from
blushing redly under his tan when ho
chanced to encounter Myrtle. and.
though he had been refused prt-llis-
sfon to make the weekly call, whiLi'h in
that section was the preliminary idec-
laratlon of more serious intention. the
girl was more acutely cousciolls of hii-
preseuce than of the few other mueu
she met nl town or on her weekly visit
to church.
Her grandmother, a iornu mtitobhnrak-
er, had already secysed te situation.
and if Myrtle's mother had kil-\twn that
the old lady had found lopportuni ty tdJ
drop a hint to Seth her thi-ssive ac-
quiescence in this frivolity iwouhll have
bIecome active opposition. As it was.
she argued that siuce Mother I'rentl.-s'
stay was to be short it would I.e possi-
ile to regalu her lost ground after the
old lady should have retiriuel home.
In Johu Prentiss his moth -r foiinl
an able ally. He gleefully rei.alled his
ownu Halloween celebrations a;Ih id -
sisted that h,: coull still duck fu' na,-
ples with the best of them.
"-Next year." lie shliuuted. "we'll have
a regular party. mother. I ha\enu't
felt so.young in yearns." lie lbeitelg:tiu
over the tub to piluiige his rudly f>ace
after the elusive anple, :tiil hi. wIfe..
grimly regarding the unseelly lli'r-
formance, shook her bnad in dlialp-
But Prentiss was too absorbed in hlI
fun to notice the head shaliaLe, and he
insisted upon trying all the tests Le
knew. Almost before they knew It
the clock struck 11 and then half past,
and Myrtle, shlveriug deli.'hinisly o\e'r
the adventure, stole soft' thril.Igh the
orchard to the bubbling spring.

SThere was no moon, but s tars spann

W. H. Milton President.


D1RECTORS---.0l1I1 N I.


gled tile sky. and their light -Iade It
bright eunolih to see her re ~Ion lu
lie little pool. Obedient to .ustric-
tlons, sliohe eati over tbe played sur-
fa,'e lud begau to repeat the vrsae her
m-aiidmother had taught he,' Her
heart stood still as she henradftbe ap-
rroanch of footsteps, but bel blood
f'rore in horror when two ty~p took
their stand on the otller stde',of the
hedae and began to talk of tler plans.
"'The traln will ie along In about
thirty minutes," said the first. "l bet
clie gets smashed up some this.time."
"Best job I ever did." was the re-
spon'-, "'Jim's the engineer inzd he
non't see that the rail Is . they're richt on It. They'll lnta the
gully before they know whati.stnrck
'e!u. 'We'll -have the safes a' awy
I-'fore they get a hint." .,
She needed to hear no m ;"obe the
enver'nation to guess at the;t ltry,'nf
:it least one of the speakers.j1 irear-
ly it yeaF 4e, sout west. mll' ew .
-from tlr- cRlp tioan-'*i g of
train wvrecl:ers who operated only
when. heany. consignments of specie
were lbein carried by the express com-
p:U ies.
In place of the usual holdup they de-
ralled the train. often with heavy loss
oif liife. an t ili.le :away with tlie ex-
pri-;' 'iifeq before the first excitement
w:-, ov'r ,H-lf a mile beyond was a
ravine bribjed by a wooden trestle. It
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l re i '.e ;I l lot of If!jl 'lr I : ;lit ,l'h -
t ,e I- "' i '' li.. .j,,-:L .. ti i. tw

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I !P li r. Il i i ft i v .! : i l -irbI i
ki'lli t l he -11 -arl.l-1 Cl e i n 111uill he
.ru:i iii ;-rI'ce iil the s; ull- !f.. tie
Jw #*.l f L1,.. or irir |.in 0
I .'.f11 i 1 hi.' i l t .'. i i eove if r thi '
.i< wlie 1:.ed S ;ii ,l' .e llot of flair g lls. t:-Ii 'i il

,to il"' ',to t ilei s t..; i s fo al. ITH
,, p ,ro- d ,.iii-, hit and. iit: lrd '.i .Ii, l ti
: i. 0.*N l,;'i i le S it. Ii'-'-l i. a ii
1\p1l'- ,I l.,e li i .1 lTi riL 1i> j:i1. 1 rTle thwa

,a l -y te l i -, ii .t e, i ,ie shlii s unIt, i l Ied.
rhta' ;ro!' n Irinlig is < i l~l. down w- it.
rdu.- iinI flurce aipon the skulls of he

I'-rlile l Ih..-\ could re lover from tiu-
-'li.o k i hli;l .iriin;, upontI t'hem. alu.i
'in |,->',-".'-i ,U <,f thni.r Btlns, an d w hilh
'tio Il'w\ to the Li.ise for a ,l lh,*
-.t<.'!1, \i' arH'i
'ei n i ii ,'?.s later Ille two In ln vwere'
.! ii- lip lnJ \\-re Ith liig I 'irrit' d tIo
t. h ii-Oe. 1 while ,tl in M hl i.' .\r ~ in
i e l l' r 'a i .t -uuu:-i i Iu';i,' ;l iu1'4,'tii I'.!h n
[.,'l'i T hl othl ,'.--- of ihl, i \\: li .i. 1 r:i '..
i-,n l-i. 'it .,: I ie ii- .h-.' alih hid lied.
.hi t' \\ laa-i the triiln. uw s l'\i'i to" ri
St, ll i. l \1 'i !'i l 1 .l :1 t1 l .tIlI; te 'lfu]!
tlhi uii ., rs (,ii r h, u '.,\ foulr r .'. \mere '
''.I' ,, b,' i .irI t' I f l 'tS i i i'i to t ,li l
[,i.':i rl l l' .- hli.i,. Ir., nii I] a a.t
'i l li I 'i 'l l l, i ,'l \. . ' i! l'' t
Il: 'h' ",, ',l'llil'. ;11I M. \lth' u,, 'ult u \l'\

eh I;'i I : 'r.l I nlu' >,r Ih' :ni p' ,o

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lltl;L'.ll 11 :, 1 ,1 I.. .

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".. n il ih i..r .it'." '. lii te (l 'rs. I'venl-'
li-' .. "V h'.. I v\,\. h'.'lliih,_ Seth out
'h-'t's wtint H illhw,.-in i. for."

No such Luck.
-" .-ell rhLfh.<< b :e utiful"
thbnii i of .irir .-'(>ul for n mfre dol.
S"n p, 1 ..aii "il"1 p<"'r s'. rrow' f t'I ly. "I

sel,.h :n r t illi'f I. h'n .">ir 'centi for

J H Drumnmond.
L F, Danford.
L '- Ware, jr

A L \VWelh.
L N Mapes.

I T Thompson...
L I"' aThates, '
t u.- Po-.pt. ,
,T' 12 'lK'i liitl)sn.
(;,o W Su.ier,' sr..
\V G" i\litclhell. -
J A MoNtesi..
E L Smith.
c'na.-les Doty.
John D Stephens.
('lias L Arm -trong
('h.siG Ar mslitrong
.T J Kester.
J-.M Willk.
.A H Brake.

H C Munson.
Eldwaid Hand.
WVm -\ E1iuor s.
Samuel Sull.r'-
C P Moates.
John Sturrock.
\Vim Hill, ,r.
B F 'Phompson.
J H lii'ron.
J [ 3- uoit '.-,.
C' L Joynrii.
J T Gwau'.ity,
('ha-. Ki iO \ i 's. "
Fr:ancis H- Shieplpard
Isaei GC larald.
\Veb-tor Duty.
L E Vickery.
. F E'Httioht.
. J C Brainard.
E W Masker.
C H Danfoidl.
11. \V. (wa'lltncy.

,. M. DilUon, Vice President.



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Si, ''. i :" 'i :i ... i ;.: ,11. ; l U i u r'
t '' I I'r.l~l!T0l ~t lr' il 1.i :1. T !l,:l V, ;S
1< I mit. in' :inl o' I l;i!'.- .:ii(l I er fe'
.1 ,, ,In i 'i .itlul v; luiI. j:i:-t Lnas I!.cL ir
I >.,..- e.i il.g ou.L o;' ;I I.A ';lIjo tor
.' i :1 i' li I luie l' r ll' f Il:e ''nirrtI
idl ll.-. d .tll e door al';f r lii:n, The
.: I >.0i \\al eighty lt.s a',aly, ail1l
:-i'.--": I i- f:i: ait eterniti' when the
inn! w"+'u-"l' I fro'-i !i- o iraPt n nuilm-
o' r oi' r i'a/.is and tibet~; to cut iiup an
r2.:i;:g' 'TI'Lh old b d; gai\ve herl fur Lbou
.',I oxt,i I\ '':t aboul t liuh r itiroat. "Do
-,i1 I!;'le orungr';" snil tlict naulac as
Ie st-': k a piece on lhe on I of a razor
inl Ipopped it Into her mouth. She ac-
elted thle gift with thanks, and he
wa"v :illious to feed her wRth more.
hlie assured him that she Liked to eat
!ler orange slowly and made It last.
She had to make each portion given to
her. d. the razor last her so long that
there was still a plece or two le't wleu
the first stoppage and rescue came.-
St. James' Gazette.
"I trust this may be read by 'nany
uiilfTerer front kidney and bladder trou-
bles". writes Mli-..l.1co King, of Wo.ld-
land, Tex. "I slilf .-.. I fior y ar-l. aid
could find -inolhingi t, ii.- even tenpllt,-
r;ati" relief. (iIOur ci 'lii.: t.at last induc-
ed me to try your t 30 fli s tLteatmnont of
Piueules for $1. 'l'is- one bottle h-as
cei'eJ me and mrin\v ,could not buy ine
value it has baen tum ue." Guaranteed.
Sold by W. C' Holley & C'o,

WHFI RERAS, Ih ll e umrnriniui. 4f p.rsoiiu
li 1 lug ilhin l hi.i te ir,'-po T coi p.1 l;Il lii.-
i s hereina'tivr de t' i ile e- u-ilL Li t i'..-,'i
.1 m nIi ici-Al coifp H ra;iill uni i .lr IIl 0 .I --
.i-i;ons of Cliitipt-r one I I; I |1 ".ir'lu' Imai
~,'c~i.X~ ni H i ie T1111. S .ii or 10~e1iK
iX., I, tihe G i4e eial Silutute's ofill e tatal
il Florildi:
N .,tie- it l hoie l gi' -n i hlit .all p,"rs,-iis
Ii sli.e it-gi ler. d V'ol ,i- l r-' i r tililit g itli. I
'.ii.1 i.,p,.ce-l corp or:ile li Iit- I mt e re-
,piirin I to isemilthe att tlic hlior 01 ht
.a'liiili n. ni oil tile 31li diy of leceni-
I-r,' A. 1. 1907 ..t r'a .-'- 'H all, lthinl
iaid pliopos.'d corporate limits to. s,.-le:te
uAlliieora iiand oniganiz i a mi nicipail corpul-.
ir:a iul i o within aid proipoe.- e i. ,rll
Inllit-, Q whichh are ju iiu ded Is mLullo as:
B. :giiining at the iorllhen t 'cuti iier of
Secliti thirt-y 3.l1), in Tlowniship hll eei I'.
.-uljli .f a lauge fourteen tl-l4i a -i, nll
i u iliug sonlthli alo.g Ithe LcOcti.lmi lie in
ilie e''.t I oundairv ol R id Secti.,n lli -' .
i ,.l; a lid section Ihiriv- nii e (31) iln
I '~l isll i, Il iroer 't ) sii tli or Ra gc' foll r-
Int.: l "ectiol -ix tli in T .vimiilaip lI'u 'i
ill i uitli, lIt.aniige Iouiileen tl4) w,:t. lu
lithe .itr i'a of ,I. Andi 'e\\% Ba-y. anim l
illic.t. : liOlig titid line diue soulls Io hie
Ine dlividinig Washington and Cilihoiii
C(.',unlies in tle mniiidle of St Andrewa
Lvy, tlience mit :i westerly direction aloiig
<.idl (county lines anid i.o liiddle of St.
.A lniiLews Bay t', the middle ot \Vert .krm
a',PtSl. .Andrews Bay, and n aln'ji t!ie mid-

iel' ol.d -.i tion ti ve -. (2-.)., in Towli-
.Ilit three (3) south of Ratnge fiflctii IJ.5)

at,.; Itence due east. to the said nortlh-
\vest corner of fIraclional Sectioi lt nltv-
hvt r25) and east ..long tlie secliirn line
in the north lioundnpy of said Section
it eniiy-ive (25))1 owniisip three (3) south
R:iane ifrecll (15! west and the soi'tiii
;ii:e on the noith Iboundary of S-.',citil
Ihialr? t3(i) i, T'I'ownship three :l souiilli oil
rl-.iiie louiteen 114) west ho hm iihurlti-.Atr
iai. ier thereol, at the u point pi' bei'il'linig;
including Section thirly (3i) i.nd 'lhiri.'
..iie (31! in l'owiiship three 3) samiil inl
.iiangv.,l'o rteen ( 14) w -'t; fraction.il See-
Lrtln six 'ti) il Towiwsh;pLULaul-(4) soulllh of
It. inge ILouleanm (14;) w aep' fiaction;nal 5c-
tij i' tI iinty-ih'ia -(2.-,i, t'etiltt-'i: '2.i a,
lli li-i IIr (;; I, thirly-tile (t35') nd 1thilli-
Irsil (:ilt) lu Towiu, hip IjC.., (kil t. outhl of
Sull,.l tilli.'r (1.) 'iV- .r, .IS d li it tiliiial
-'chii'.,i uloi (I) in It,' imiship four. (41
,m-.ii ul .ii, ( tiilt'.fi (15) e t ale i .'ill 10o
l .- , 1 :a.d s-i' l h ol a- id lI nd to tlhe
rii; .ilc ,l St. Andie. e A.i' a .is-1 il- 1 d;
;in h clih I-iritory alov. a' t-e:il' .1 o1101
r.si'le less Ihan Ilirro lhiumnd le (T:ii) ..id
iu.ire him tvrwenity-fi.e (25 i giieL-rl'd

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l Nursing baby?

9 It's a heavy striain on mother 'il i

SHer systeia is called upon to supply '
A nourishment for twO.

SSome form of nourishment that will
Ie easily taken up by mother's system
is needed. .i

Scoff's Emulgfion contains the
9- greatest possible amount of 'notiish*- 4
.' ment in easily digested form.

Mother and baby are wonderfuly
helped by its use.

.x 6. ii rs, . ..

John Milton, 111. Sccy-Tr-.':s.


$ 300,000.0-Q.

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Pil!rn, ..J6hn Milton, ir., W. H. Watson, John-Milton lll, H. H: Lewis and W. H: Milton

S Address* W. H. MILTOf. Prest.. Marianna, "'.


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Buy, sell and deal in real estate, notes, stocks, Secure Court, official and other bonds.

bonds, etc. Receive, hold: and disburse money and act as

Fire, Accident, Biurglary and 1Fidel.y insura'ic. .. trustees inid agents for others.

Lend and borrow money, both as hincipal and Bfy special agreement wll lend mo h

as agent. on approved security and'guarantee its repayment

El) .. '
p ~ ~ ~elIBCJEc-~~-e AL9d .. .- -.

Even the Dr:
\V ht.'lll | L-
A ill .l . .. u 1 :
riding :wil I ':
ing sol-:' I i ..
tiJ,. will Ir.tl
loa;ollhepl"' iuIl
subtst.tin-te \ Li
po.eI t' I, the :i
for a coni.',iur
Jill.l! prui.fs i
exern I e ohie-r
r'omparc-edl sih
exient of lthll
oluuL-Idte rela
.t rai ive sailor
t'ul or orninineli
Hy ex.luini,
llous of tutilii
if hier lli'.uatr
I-'tavoe i-'iU g i;
anti 'Il ty.,16i' iV
s;ullwts w.p that
4erli:tionm All
f maU:tter h'.le
in soinie other
:1liir-' lino t wh.;
.' diIn ioiin ai'd
irnite h:ill is a o i
t ln its 1 e!; ,ie :
',ioqt so'id mind
'lose a luil"nll (
,t:us. t!i ;nr ts tI

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Tho C:;i'in
A, I fl.ie r ',*ii'ii
of :St i ,' i.
fl.) 'led, them el
the iuLoinimnent.
outside lu the g
off, sonime to N

seunin-rs tern
takes its origin

Mo! s
Like the suitl
uimals, the mule
dluriig ihe aut
outis and liiteres
Iii tlil storage
not kill the wo
plcfies them in s
do) not attellpj

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Y 'F" .v... KEPT, HER PROMISE. .
---- ... .." r :'
c. t '. .k .k3 -.; Shb Waniht Muc of a Poilitian, butn,," }.
rn; -. T. . he Wal. Truthful. I .
." :- i ... .. '' h Mrs. Eliot slg!uoI so deijA l af .':
.1 i :r;i.. .i :.,:'. ,y, d,- took out her hatpnll tIm l t In um.l i-'rlrpitn ..
.* "-:i I i. i- d..< 'ch looked up from the evenil. p *' I..- I -'.
vwihinnt *-.I i rill,"ai- don't believe Pr' uny be..t for r il-'4-
ed se::ri, fi.r -:li phi- ties." she eaid in re.qiu.s to l;s hl.. i 6 .
if." Thir, Is ci:rcely a1 quirnug gltnte. "*rvr titeh : -
i l ;u.r hl\ i t'i lon ex an election of offers of the iftru 1 ng t
i ion of 1ie.T nj-p.here into some kind of L.estr. try asI uiaa '.
rablle tiiue does inIt 'ex- avoid It ,
if \\weth.ilug.-" It may "You see. arry." se cont-inilued c .
ved o tilte i luot denrsely ldlugly, "l.fon't re:'!ly cnt:'e "a'fil _rt'J1 :t..
uens rocks. 'i he fiuileas le In olee aI fnic t i "Iffitst. f iil'...
ixquiiry can only be to all the members iwy-wrcll. .alm I'd a6 .
t;\e durationi and comr- lef have one as ailiillntr ii;esideitt.fff 'a'-j
of aiiprolrl,;atlou to use- secretary or on coniuntit'Pls. .''.""
itnl lullpil;s. "I have Ia fnvofilIp' I'm n trigl .
ig the varlutn iroduc. partiall. BIlthat '\ou't \rli'k.,f If ..,
e we tind e\ dent proofs belong to a woman's ilulv -i iure f
y ln ill niges. Changes ed to sweat and nlt hep IHsr-
I, "u fronm i1'h reiluioteut dates. .Yot.AIft b "e
ie present tihue nu ev ery w h t b :
tJolnles within our oh-` *4
rtii aNmtnll coinbluntlonp president' f'r:-
hald a former existenacr year Mrs. Tufts la.~t tririe ti'i f .
state. Notlijlgp exists Ii George out and hter-"elf 4rn .Lh:,t f n '"
It ls likely to clalinge' Its week ago she care to uwe awnl ,setidal':i'' .'
hnliilier orf i, ". No was sure of the unl:ililitl.n If. I 'wvilllu
ldurable i i.- .i,,.4s to re- vote for her. Woiull I? I ti:-ilut'-m i 't *
:.t ulalpt';'. i-i i. for the over and said I w,,utl. f,,r I mdnlruilp
co'np.irlt .4dlips hae nort Mrs. Tufts LSnmenserly, slhi> is so lately
Of i:n eiic iirili:ity iindsi and chnrltitble.
fI' the Iiarts which com-. "Today, junst biff I~nllihrtd. Edlfb,
o be esut'ilptlt I from ulti- Reynolds came to li,: ~rid.tsl.hl I tnus
M!. vote for Mrd. Oi' rtrge. ,ith sa. I -5
':-.it glalo whirih we In- owed it to her--yi -.lnlow she helped "'
u ioire evident tio geolo- me make over my Iblue foulnrll(t nl*.
'ipet'i;l r -;i-'ris of iiltera- canned all those lar::c!ies for !tie wl hen: -- ,
S11:1 Ie di-ii'ovi'rd no cook burned her h-lid '
.'llilig. no p:i'-p:;'ct of "Everybody v.-'n:itd ,MIr. 'or-pe
.,e bud.i.','i '- II .. ligesn E Edith said. and If i '"ot'd rft hl'r t'( "e.
"-'liit ln I i.ii:irkl.nllle.as would get the nou nii'i!! i I !.... 'u .
'1- 'i- lin!l < vl'rt:lin at a It over and said I would \vo~ r. i '-i
*il it Thl v4-ineratile re- I admire and re~pIe:-t lher Ve: ''.: ;:I., h ,;.
'iI- -Ipli'ln !or. mi.iny of She is so witty lund fior, ilh \\rt-:i :. lit : '.
In l'l, Ii.ilri'e-st graiiite presides. aud she s;pIaks Fi'lenl tnai -i t
.ii;d 4. 1. ; yenri' slice, tifully, and I thoug.i it if e'erylul; 1 .
I ,-'tii ,f ex.\fo !ition wanted lher it. w ,, illy pri per thit ."
;.i\\, I',,,elly followhig "Do you meau llirt .v .0 proLrlfW" tt .
iniiilrile n unil iiiii.versal vote for. both?"' inteiri:;illd itr i 'fI n .
.- :anid irfe.-ts--n-imaly.l "Yes: I promlmed Mrs. 'I1 ;'t, a I .' a
l,':'-r.- tihe nmltierials have just said, Hnid I 'li.'o: ... ,.*t C lit
;!'**oi iiiiiiopi ulnly for ai because"- r
il-ilt \vhilicli sen0e pow- "But you didn't actumIlly vote tou
,'Is llni ir ,l- ,-' al|n,-sit-i; both." .
*i :inil 11:ir p II'' s at- "Why, of course I .di Harry. t Ia i
I'lriii ioter eqnil.y per- not be much of na jiltiian. but I v.x .
.ii- Thl.> liy divine nud brought up to Lrlp tu.' L -Vsl." a ii "
:'lcr is re-,'t'red amid- Ko. Eliot, with d ;uli.-VYut.i's'Coui '- '
"' ,:i.- Ex'r li;i age. panlon. .

of H S To stop that. paln inf the hbark, l "'t
i of tba Holy Stone. stiffness of the lolI1 end mnicl, *!
a tion, lipii the Churdch I m' o a
lathon, \when the Church Pinoule. They are gtlm-rancd.'.'ln't
St 'Yarinoduth was de- suffer from rheiimatisin. blkatfekii d ..
rved stores of many of ney trouble, when you _a.ti4 'avs
, Ioth In the church and treatment for .1.00. A s.jmt dt 'is. -
graveyard. w6re shipped bedtime proves thiio ._r' t' -teli ot' ,-.
;eiwcastle to be turned today. Sold by W. O. HJ.*iy A' .:.,. ,, .
u,4 ad some on boar . .' ..
v .. of hte Ir :p r"g ,'P. ,+" ".
LOW,. d_

"I kfng the da'ic" "Weren't the lnw ,\,l: '.:
i.-Loudou Standard. "Yes, but th~p 4r';, :.naiker!t'llenulidt'l ,'- '
more tlme."--1hiCll'.iytiil Itallhtli. "
as Mesarerists. --- ---. ..
irrul iiud so'amp other aai'- Houaehc!- H'nt.
lays u a store of food How fo Cut your g IR bhl Ini two--In
umn liounhn A curl selt It tetwee i titfh' ht. i iiif..'l ti'nir of
sting featu:-e lu relation Ecissors and pres s t-.g.-.;:-r the ludess
Is that' the mole does -Louisville Courerr-.lotrinrl. .
rms it collectfa but stn- --- --
uict'h a manner that they Most men thiuk ini:i'lc:l. ;m.
it to escape. Cou'try therefore ain.titill phR it 'lt!i cxactuprs
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-bouvenlr Boolk ot St. Andrew, 50c
ats WAre's Godards and Masker's.:
-Oolored and plain souvenir postal-
a rds with St. Andrew scenes at the
Buovy office
--Rev. Mr. Balsom will conduct re.
ligious services In the Methodist church
tIhe str Tarpin. aireffrom ti here next Sunday morning and' evening.
T -The Buoy received a consignment
south at 7:30 .e'nck a. m., Fridiy. of long delayed and much needed sta-
At 10:20 o'dook a. in. yesterday tionery and other freighton thW Tar-
tinery and otb
slte arrived from Mobile and Pen- pon, yesterday.
PHC!I.. | -Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
p___rinted on good linen oaper,.25c per


Carries" the Eat a:iy Mail cbtwen St
Andrew, Wetappo ann iutermnedialc
points. Leaves St. Andrew dfilly (ex
se' pt Sunday' at 5:00 a, an.; arrive nt

dozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts
in a block, 10c each. at the Buov office
i -The Panama "City" correspondent
of the Chipley Banner evidently "has
Sii in for" poor, unfortunate St. An-
Sdrew. Won't some one choke him off

"niIbh In bwitzeralin
At a certain hotel In a lovely Alpine
resort to which ,many"IEnglish vieltors
were attracted a new proprietor, -
siring to cater foP isch. IMd thl'io-
tice, of his own compdlition, exhibited
In the receptiodl room.
"Gentlemei Who come in this hotel
,not say anything about hetr pealS
they will be charged for, and if they
should say befotahahd that they are
going to breakfast ot dinner, are If
they say that they not have anything
to eat they will be charged, and if not
so. they will be charged, ot ttitlea. thet
bring It to the notice Of the lathager,
and should they wast not to say any-
thing, they must Order the managed
for, and not any Obte else. and unless
they not bring it to the tidtlce of the
manager they will be charged for the
least thRngs not. according to hotel
rate., And no fuss will be allowed aft-
erward about it, and nothing will be
allowed to deduct anytthifif out of It,"

A'Pretty 9g Discoount.
"There was a children's hospital in
New .)rk which a society lady visited
regular'.y. taking fruit and flowers td
the little patients, and It! i ceritaid
'.ard a boy was pointed otlt to her one
lay a a Ibad customlet.
""O. he Is Incorrigible.' sighed the
"Miss sotloty talked tawhile with the
Ittle chap. and when she arose to go
-he said:
"'See here, I have henrd bad reports
about yon. Now, I want you to prom-
ise me to be good. If you are good fot
a whole week. 1'll give you a dollar
when I contc tgailn next Thursday.'
"The boy promised to try to be good.
This promise. though. he dahtot keep.
On her next visit Miss Society, going
.' his cot. sal(k
"'I shall not ask the nurses how you
t ave- behaved this last week. I want
you to tell itsr yourself. Now. what do
:.on tilnk-to yott deserve that dollar
I promised you or ItiUtT
"Thie boy regarded Misa loclety with

We appo ira J2:30'p. in.; leaveWVetappo Ipfore we perish? I Fiddtl and OGrw HMir, : troubled frown. Then he said In a
at ItO) p. n ; arlves at St.-Anirew/,at -WIZARD IfK Tablets, Price, per it is now a sclentlflcdlly prdvcd iet low vo tic
a- :3 p. m. llkesir lndings /ekulrly i box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a that music exdrclses a great Influence "'(inme a nickel.'"- New York
_%lnatin Cily Cromrrn.-on,, lVarktrP al-
S awav. Coo~y, llaton and Farm'le. box. One box makcs ten ounes of these with
Prei bt landed at any postoffle whar". best ink. Economical permanent. abso- good reason that great mtiscians, aud
For.psseger and freight rates, see indelible, non-ro-as PaguanlUni, List and Paderewski Selutlon of a Mystery.
ttor ln tights, se e el idelible, convenient, non-oro e represented with a growth of hair Sir tlutmnhry Davy had been study-
S: rateear ln thaseveral postuatces, siva "
F... I i ILu, Manager. which Absalom might have tlvied. Ing one evening In comfortable negll-
.. --Handsome letter head with St. Science has proved that stringed in- gee of dressing gown and nightcap at
; -,K .... Andrews Bay date line and views df struinents have a fa orable influence a little table in his chamber when he
A WEEK' WATHE. either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena on the growth of the hai.; while brass becanmit (ware of a curious phenome-
'The following talc record tlhe max- vista Point, at8c per dozen; also, map inst.l"ment~te-t iIn the opiltiste diree- non. A brigSltodanling circle of light
SImut, mltpdt ihd mePn, tenperi- ,,f the St~-'Abdrews a oo ,lotr. Every one has problly oberVted appeared tipon the ceiling. It was un-
tu d -i iOnd dirhctnof -th, t-hS. -A. rews ay htry ,- that a bald violinist Is as rare as a steady, yet perlsitetlt, and he wasnsa-
wind for the twenty-fnYou bk o ltt sheet at i per dozen, bald horn player is common. Wood in- able to accfttit for It. He extinguish.
q9:" 76tn endin_ -01 5ce
- windur the twentOoni s e theB-ov OWde. : striunents, such as the flute, seem to ed his Ilifflp. but It only appeared the
at 7 o'odok p. m., as indicated by U 'S -The-faitiP e got the start of' Santa have no pronounced Influence either biltglift. It was accompanied by an
Sainstrume a nt Claus-and captured a thirteen pound way.-Parts Mene trei. odor-a scorchiag odor-and also by a
Sa I.= I prize and presented it to Mr. and Mrs. slight sditid of sizzling. He was great-
S Date..... 5 I R.in. Wind H. W. Gwaltney bon Saturday morning, His Wife' Advies. I y e itetd dad running over rapidly tlt
Dec ... 4 60 45 53 .00 n thfth inst, Dr. Kebter, chancing to Sir WIlliam Treloar told me once. af his mind all kinds of electtlcal fad
5 48 29 34 00 n be in attendance introduced the young the nervousness he felt on the very otith' Iteresting theories to account
6 60 35 '47 .00 gentleman and recommend him frt occasion when he acted as a ebait for the mystery when he became
.. f.... 7 .66 40.53 -:Q00-' ne gentleman. He was on tenterhooks lest aware f a seSontlon of uncomfortable
8 66 5-' 7 5 se the parental consideration and love of should -do 'anything malapropos ant i"fiiit about the scalp, He hastily
0 67 1 .' 76 sw the proud parents, consulted hi wife as to how he should piit up his hand, and down tumbled bhi
;"10 6 ."58. 09 w -A 'petition is being circulated to re- act. "I do not know what are a chair- thi ries and a blazing nightcap. THif6
I61 53 13.58 I store the' recently] changed northern mnn's duties, but If I were invited tt tdssel on its peak had ifbbed Into his
.- --_ ,mail schedule, which, by the way, was take the chlair lethipk I should sit In cadle as he bent above his book. and
changed'against the remionstrance of it,"'wa Lady Treloar'a reply, and this thf' fascinating problem on the selling
E. W M AS ER. pratially the entire Baycountry This advice the Knight of Ladgate Hill wie hd fiore than the reflectlod Of tht
/ schedule was bad enough, goodness rigidly followed.-ondo P. T. O. ertitlfi bonfre on his craniltlif
,knows, before the change; but now it 'inesalve Carbolised acfe li ik a poul-
is simply an outrage iniicted'upon the ne you nd. d twice, draws out inflafdrtltioff and poisont
SAuntle-I notice your dolly doesn't Antisepiic healing. Fth-chapped&ha6) ft
,- whole Bay country. cry "Mammat" when she is squeezed lips, cuts burns. Sold by W. C. Holley
P H T 0 R A P H S --The only railroad news obtainable now. She did when I bought her tor & Co
by the Buoy this week is from a hear- you. .i
,. *' say source and is to the effect that the Niece-No. auntie; but you forget thisondhd id
a" Steele and the G. A. L. Co.'s roads is her second season out.-xLondon4p l Swede o(to Eglshman t Colorado
SMade a-114Dellver"e'd, Withinl Swede (to Englishman at Colorado'
au Devered Within vere within five or six miles of meeting on. / Springs, noting that the Englslhman's
Week. each other, near Spann's still several recent was unlike that of the other in-
das ago and that a large forceof men King of All Cough Medicites. habitantsa ai- h I png you btd e t
Said teams were.pushing the work, of Mr. E. G. Case, a maii carrier of Can- dese country? lknglishman NitW
S-- construction as fast as the weather to1 Center, Conn., who has been in the 'months. Swede-You bane stake de
A Rcl Woiderla ii. would permit. This would leadtothe V. . service tor about sixteen years, language potty goot afreiid. Ven yu
South. Dakota, with its rich stiver conclusion that trains would be running' says: "We have tried tany cough edi- bae n country two years you
mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges and to the Bav in a very few weeks. -One I for croup, out Chambertainfe lvi spake as veIlastdepeople here. a
strange natural fomations, is 4.verita. --Oh, Myl In the latest isstse of the Cough Remedy ia iing of all, and one to Wa from the .ltt.tl Where tits lal t-
-ble wqnaerland, At Mound'City, i, .the Chipley Banner its Plnarr a "Citv" cor- be relied on every timn. '.We also find it gRage home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a wonderful respondent says, "It looks very much the best remedy for coughs andcoldst. learning tO speak is secondhand EB i-
case of healing pas lately occurred. nowlikethe Bank of St. Andrew~ill giving ortainesults and leaving nobad iiah.-JudgC.
M I after effects. For- saletly a&l medicine.
Her bOi, seemed near, death with lung. lose about sixty per cent of her business daer.ff ts. For sal y aol md
and throAt troqblo, '."Ehausting w Ih n the bank at Panaa Cs. e M odern Y th
I w lie the bank at Panama City .. ..
coughing spells occurred very five opens." This i. in-e4 a C Ambitidt.. "when I was your age,- *Bid tle e-.
m te,"' et'y o d icur g The toiler in the city had been given ere n. I as compiled to earn
beppel I K Ne D's -- ofioraof 'e entaly an advance In. salary "Now." he sald.my pwi' Il g. "' - a ent
B New' Diecov--1offloraof the by fl6 -" Us.-v-- .... ,. ^?". the f caitllmount-
:.. e, the re at i hata Ied-ia ,hy ,wa l..dec yo t too little of the cireum-
ife atdidcopl etly~ fr'" Ouar- the Bank at once, i waiting r The agriculturist looked at the cheek stances to tempt to defend my grand-
Santeed for coughs and colds, throat the predicted misfortune, the Buoy is received for his season's wheat. "An- father."-Washlunton tatr.
and lung troubles, by'A. HE.. Brake. 50u not advised. Surely, it would hae been other sPch crop or two and I can but no
ad $1l. Trial bottle free IgenerousTon bhe, part of the far-seeing move lnt the e baued.-Phila The huis s but not
correspondent to have spared them the delphia Ldger. his cuna.-utch rovr
''. "'- "-. ,-k. -liscouraging newsuntil the misfortune N Light Work, NIopitark Chambet ain' C9oag
:', ...l ', :. .' r', y: ', i. lnd i' actually upon them.a But they may "Want a job, Rasturs?" 1tmey.
' '' : 0ok!: 'n Le t!!: ItlllPIer' console themselves with the knowledge "No; sab; no, sah. ,Done got a job, There s not the least danger in giving
-t ., l ,,, ~; .':,, I:non.v, that t islways safe not to "count sah." haberlans Cough tted to small
th 1. r ,'Ih 1vl:: to hai' I Pl chickens before they ard hatched'. "Indeed! What are you dolngr? children as it contains no-opium or other
:0a i, "','.:'g r .6' ... -* "Takin' In washing' foah ia wife to hermfel drua It has an establHshbd rep-
S it I l'.,r s li th tt n eli.t. App.etit. do, sah."-Ltppincotg's. Ut.tlon of more than thirty years as the
: tl er to tha' ,wkiow.- l. lit tf ol was -tits wfu trying, thl atertng a ot ttecessful medicine in use for colds,
thilikiubI of takind- fifth"- S girl" Mrs. Douglas confessed t driving for the lost opportunity is croup and Whooping cough It aiwave
"Now., 'ht cones of hnint? preclpl- t te fitdIy vialtotI who bad called to very worst way to nd new one.- cures and is pleasant to take. Children
""Now, "-ht .oth of Ier preelpl- vitr BaltwmoreAmerican..
Ons," roplli;l the widow. "I've jdst inquire for Amy. Ba ore merlike it. Sold by all mediciid dealers.
took the bariber what come to shave "I believe this convalescent business Insinderity In a man's own beat .
Sthb corplse." comesbarder on me than her real sick must make all his enjoyments, all tat AST INDIAN eRVAF T$
t ness,.' continued Mrs. Douglas, with a concerns blm, unreal, so that his whole IA VAN
S: :R~eared. deep Iih. "I'm .that put to it to get life mst seem like a merely dramatic A Amusing Comiptleatlon Over a D**e
I of w7,di"in. .
: ;.Mistress-Dld"any one cal while sometlug thit' she'll eat with a relish reprelentatlof..Hawthorhe. ef Medicine.
Nwase out? Yes I get llI 'rld onp sboetines trying to DO YOUI GET UP en eof na PflEs. s
-,-elYes. pu; f G reo tempt he*.be expeteces of au Biallfn ....S.-
77 re~ep T he .'t. i u s hItolder Itt fIdia are often amusing. An
caled Te. visitor mirm-ured something WITH A LAME BACK 'M uuce of one of the amusing exypri
"Did she seem disappoInted when* syiiipathetic. tind, thus encouraged Is glyAa.
S you said I vwas not at home?" Mrst Doug!as went on. Kidney Troubli old rr
"Well. she tdd look a tittle-qeer, but G''.rly. yesterdi't." she said, "I got idy Troble Makes o Kt b od grly btade d bt d an-
I told her she needn't get cross about her a pork chop and 5 conts' worth of Alm- o at laherwa onei day that the
It. 'ca de it was really true this time." murslii;al-ows for her dinner, and if paperst eeryb od w ds tplihi Tbetf would 'g him rotue .-mdu
you'll e papers lsure toknooe wr 1 sit tn upat heIfOd-e
',.: -'i, Po -mou,!l bellcve ne she turned, up her -, cur" rne would, soon t* ablr e'/resume
.- -Her Powers. 'noe, and said she couldn't et a mite." d. rK, ine would a'oo be able to resum
S Blank was accosted by a fellow citi- -Youth's.Companion. the e eam mhs work. I happen tto a rgeate bycl
"en the othertnight, who said and. me.but te matter nt'gah ,nt. clean
heard your. wife lecture. .er power. A Seositive Soul. I. Pt Ct "tChe ago to th n orta~t. do you
en he other night. Ibo Is-Can he 'go to the e ep flhut's. do you
-of diction is wonderful." Owen MIdge was a very sensitive cll ,ofthe nin ra some t th k I rt do youh a
"Yes, .fair. B Bit It's' nothing to' her i an Mre than once at- a harsh word \-te .,th dis- 'tI. dotr e stk now what
power of contadlctlon.." : nh had forsaken profitable work and \ covered afI a do know what
,. I, MD**tr. Khmer, Jmi.- F4, y esIt' he -sid' "b.e. is quite able
Oie 'morning Owen started out to help nent kidney a lad. to go rnt stshort distance."
,A Good Euse. (Glur Budtler, ; who had bought a new der speia is I thought that was mitch the best
"Now, then." demanded Luschman's stumi: pullin mschfe and was wonderfully sauccsfud in ro wy a thn th i st o
.wife the next morning, "what' your paring to clet a field. ame back, kidney, bladder, uric ? way.' td then the s helmist could give
excuse for coming home in that' con.! Toward noon Owen came back. bles and Bright's DisRswhich at rhlem what wats broaer. so I` rote:
ditlon last night?" Md- shed t form of kidney ttoutle, Pteaf .gve the bearer, a dose of med-
Wel, to.tel you the truth, m dar" itex an waited smpathet Dr. Kilhner's SwamlpRlot fL~ .ot ree. lclne. t(-s7 he has fever.
We relied l y'nonu the trut .n dar,'" Ica -mmendldlfyi fo nl liexplanatlou. ~ b a I foi'~i;t@ i..m)t about him till tw
he replied, nonq of the hotels would ~'I j cou d'tcoul't stand It," said'Owen, liver o ble tfyo forgtto tnqwlir about him ttil atwo
tae i PhPress... ihing his jw. "Whetr I' see that ust the remedy youneed. Ithas been tested "How Is the dishwasher?" I said.
.... a snptump puller l wiat them roots out it :n'0o.many ways, in hospital work, in private "He Is much bStter, your honor."
"W t Of High Degree. remiudel me so of the, time I went to .aetice, among the heltpletoa po6r topS. p "Ah. hen htok the physic'o
SWhatktindof a dog hate you got the dentit'thoge. back teeth extractec~a.k Ia relief and has proved so sded c f l Ah. henou htne toh phy bsic?
there, my boyr?, 'The firttthing i kne Il.was limp as'a e.erycasethat a special arrangement has Noo you hghues. The baaar
"Dat's a mouse houifd, mister."- rag. ,ud 1 just ached all over and had >een made b wchnal readersofthispaper cooly took the physic."
"Judge. mi .,ir vho have not already tried It, may have a 'The tusaar cooly!" I exclaimed
ue i sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book "W'hat for?"
Selling more about Swamp-Root and how to 'The dishwasher said: 'Cooly goes
Bindout ifyouhavekidney orbladdertroublJ errands. He may fetch me the physlc.'
hen writingmention readingthisgeneroul So the cooly took the letter. Shop
offer in ti-p r and master prepared physaic. theCi told ban-
DenRyour addre iI
Dr. K7iner & Co.,nl 4aar cooly to drink i Cooly said:
iamton, N. Y. The 'Not for nme i the medicine, but for

regular fifty cent and momeoc APITAL STOCK 15, 000 .oi, s'ea are sold by all good druggists so.' said the shop master. 'The mse-
APITAL TO, U Don't make nany a hut remem r tress has written. "(Give to bearer."
the name, Swamp-.Rot, Dr. Kilmer's and she means you must drink It ber6.'
wamp-Root, and the address. Bincham. Many times the cooly said be was not
J B MMOND P ni i. F BULLOC YI. on cverv hot#tl. the man, but they would not Ilites,
H" IUMMONO, P'eilet int FI BULLOCK,. Cashier, and they made him drin 'il"-Ex.
Sd'IRECT ORS, ..... To.
J. DPUMMOND. -"sns :"t lin't true, Is :t," 'ask *0 .r ollo Is
. -Judge L. J. REEVES. I ooa-m s ^"
S dWMg E L. ?. -RS.^o^ he finished reading "The Pied Piper of
WM. E. M THIS. Hamelin"-"lt isn't true that he could
...W. H. MfLTON. 'play on his pipe so that the rats would
W L. M. WARET go off and drown themselves?"
F BUL C'K: "Well." replied Rollo's father. "I
S.U- K. -nd kept Ferry'a seed natS don't know about that. I think it may
Fays see ..ae. pe I -rforl -- be true. Your Utche wieorge can pla.
-wra fted AtumW 11W it"
I"tes b wole Seed Story-e-nt rElrE t the lute so that it will scare a cov
ltheeasn g. Don'towa~\flh dl 7t0o e t. -. into a river and drive all the doln i.
the nelghbborhodxt crazy. Yes. I s!hut
Yo r Patronage is Respectfully Soici ted. ay the true."--L i
say the Py*i& is true."-Londou .tIo
~"'4' ~leap

Shop Worn Goods.
It was a hot afternoon, and Mrs.
P'erkins. whd had taken th d Children,
seven in number, to "ttie greatest show
on earth."'; felt the heat and was other-
wise much dissatisfied. "What's the
nationality of themn?'" hiei demanded of
one of the guards, pointing to the ele-
"Those are froif Africa," replied the
man, and Mrs. Perkins looked dubious-
ly front the great atimnalnni the guard
and back again to the elephauts.
"They appear dreadful fight colored
to have come from Africei. seems to
me." she remarked. "atd that girdffe's
neck ain't what .1 expected for length.
either, and there's otily on# double
humper among the camels, and the
hair's all rubbed off him in spots. I
reckon this isn't the first shdw he's
been In Iby a good deal."
She detached the youngest Perl;lus
~onm the monkey's cage and turned
again to the attendant.
"You tell the manage Of thib show
from me." she otimnanded. "'that I
shath't pay 50 cents for myself and
$1.75 for this mess of children another
year to see light colored eieplihats drfid
a girtffe and a kangaroo with short
necks and legs and'a possy of single
humptrpp, with only ond double hunip-
er, and him secouidhand!
"You tell him that from Mrs.. Phi-
lander Perkins, and tell him I mean it
too!"-Youth's Companion.
Here's Good Advice.
O. S. Woolever, one o the best known
merchants of LelRysville, ft. Y.;5say.
"If you are eter troubled with piles
apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It cured
me of them for good 20 year's ago."
Gualaate' d for sores, wounds, burns or
abrasions, 25c. at A. H. Brake's store.
A Haunted Library.
One of the most curious hauntingg'
occurs In a northern castle of great
antiquity where MItlry. qltuee of Scot<
rtismtftT hen she was being conveyed ;i
prisoner through England. It is mniui
tested in the library stlid takes tih
form that tfC ifdks t(ttifftb be kept i.
order. They miove about or are move
about from shelf to shelf. If you ar
riitge the works of Shakespeare 1l:
cetrr'ct (rd"r on one shelf. by ne!:.
nt)citGs ffitV v'ltitines are set itered :any
tltw otT dfYerbift stftc't. 'Yhls ha.:
rone on for years. At different time
'ibe library has been searched and lock
ed. watches have been set dfil night
ervants iiat ctMt afdd ~ffi, but Itbh
tiysterious occurrence goes oi And i',
vouched for not only by tfil family.
but by the guests who btte stayed In
the house. Tbtfe fs ho legend to ac-
coant for It-London Modertn ocietv
Hot Fprings, A.k ,
is no competition against Lippman's
Great Remedy for the cure of Rhheuma-
Jame's Newton, Aberdeen, Ohio, say .
P; P. P. did him more g-;od than three
noUths treatment at Hot Spripgs, Ark.
W. T. Timmons of Waxahatchie, Trx.
says, his themittism Was sO bad that lie
was coflned to his bed for months
Physicians advised Hot SprianusA, Ark.,
and Mineral Wells, Texas, at which pla-
eas he spent seven weeks in' vain, will
knes so badiy swollen that his tortures.
were beyond endurance. P. I'. P. made
the cure.and proved itself as iq thons-
nnds ,of ahr oases, the lest bl"od ruri-
Ir e in the world, and superior to all
Sarsaparillas and their so-Callcd Rheum.
atio Springs.
Sold by all druggists.

Tit For Tat-
"Jane," floated downward a .volec
"f that is Mrs. So-a:nd-o. I'mn not i1."
"It is Mrs. So-and-so," floltotel nlw,:;-
a voice. "nfld sbh'a glad tou ietifr It."
Matis City Jourtial.
The Depth Ls tIBEty.
SThe askil of ffl tulplp(og(Atinus issa Id
to rooef' thrin three il!:he:'! thicl
rhls is one of the cases vwhre Il:atlit
Isn't skilt deep.-[ fdtff (flthle.
Sub Power.
There is one m)urrcfe towhiih a
minds rtt<~f't when thli' (;t.tithn
mentioltud. a source inos t I.romi'li
and yet one whihb hais s(fr eiif it'i,,
the investigator. The ii ttnr a '.:'
day delivers lupoMn t (ci sti .vt;itrd ,id
the earth's surf:u e thie equpl 'iv-,il
approximately f'(< ho(r.sePl, wr of 111
chanhial et'efijy working t'(i;tli:flolis!.\
If eve 9 tfrnartlon of this pwcr <(4'l(l.
bB transformed into ect.ni electrical energy and stored l! w(ldri
do the world's work Here is powr.i
delver2e at our very doors with,!I'
eost. How to store the fper1gy sio Cf'.
erotflfy ff(tlisbil and f'it'1 it ,rl i;lar'

for future use Is the Irohlem. T'hi.a
the next half century will see so,,.i
Solution thereof, either chemical l ,or
otherwise. seems lke(V.--H. S. Prith.l
ett In Atlantic.
Victoria and Lady MWfils
It Is related that whetl Sir .lo!Ihf Mfi
ftis fell 111 QUeaM Victoria sent Ithe
Princess Louise to the dying man) to
inquire what favor she could acertl
him that could alleviate his sorrow if
bot his pain. Sir John thereupon called
for his'Writing tablet and inscrildI
Opon it the words, "I should like the
queen to see my wife." Then the
queen broke through her Iron rule not
to receive any woman whose marriage
tie bad been once dissolved, whether
there be blame or not, graciously ac-
ceded to the request and accorded the
sorely tried lady a tender and sympa-
thetib Interview.-St. James' Gazette. .

eedar Ibe Eft oves, write to the author lo r
keuot l it io rahe trhe motlons of matter. Addre6
1RIM I. iPALD. Smtl A. LOS ANGELES. Ca.ror"..

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


W. 0, BJARBOW, M $steir

tuesday. 8:30 I) m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wed esday, 2:31 p. tn.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Mlondaty, 6:00 p. m.
Tt ihl a.a ;3:11t.' p; mn.
Friday, 11 :0.a. in.
Friday, 10:.00 r(. m.

St Andid-w.,
llv I I% le,,
A palitclkola;
C'ar ;l'ai bll
St. Andrew.
M MilIville.

TVednes qay, 80 a. fi
Wednesday, 10:00 it
. Tbhurday, 6:00 a. 10.
Tliursd y, 12:00 nod'h.
ontday. 6:0o a. In.
Friday, 2,00 a. m,;
Friday. 11:30 p). m.
Friday, 11,30 p. m;

:P A. S S = z ITC-=1, I -2RAL rT8SZ
Pefiacifla to St. A nilre%% atd.AllIale. $5.00.
PTnlacolae to lpkl:teli a-Illa and Ca;rrbitlt.ll $7.50.
St. Ai.drew ai-d AMillville t6 Aralahclicolti, $5.00.
Pensasola to 0Mobile, *2.F.0.

6he al6v. rdtats inoiud, in% als and bertlhls. .
B. F. MORRISON, Gcn.'l Fa itA lit and Pa.-.s. Agt





1 MercliBiise!

v c;-odsic



A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid en All Goods Except Meal, Flour id Feed f6 Any
Postoffiee on the Bay.

The Halait LiG Imber Company,



RO U G H 0 R 1)R E S8 ED I) L U MBEt.
Whether Large fir Small. Write for Prices
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The Old PIONEER STORE Business,
Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe,late L. M. WaJe,
now Thorotughly Reorganized under New laaiiagement
Solicits the Patronage of Old Patrons
of the' House, of the Trading P9st, and of new ones as
well, and guarantees uniform'-fair and courteous treatmeul
to all.
We Pay the Freight o mil Go"',i tyc..i-t liour. Mea; and
Feed to aiy I'.-.l i .flite il t lie Dry.

S '"L'r Fall, "writes Mrs.
ri n r1 .:o:-, \'. Va., "I was g(
tr.;):n f Ln.kl#disease, with
i,.; C-irdui, Ohl My I Ho
a:m not W\ell yt, but am so
. keep on taking Wine of Ca
S CL!red,'
D,?sr:t the envious atta
and rivanl Cardui 'still hc
today [us in the past 70 yf
? cure of female diseases.

the hal,


the functi,.ns, and aids
in the replnacemiT(t f Ai
a nmi-placed organ.
At Every Drug Store 1


Three Wars.
An old Georgia negro having told n
judge that be had "been iu three wars"
was asked to name trlwnI. hen lie re
plied. "I wuz n c'nC! illn il- ('lPfIedrit
wnrr. ;!t' tter frtc'lil ain r.Le o)ut I v.'u:
Wluraid [tfu tL'j ..'"


,S. G. Bailey, of Tun-
oing down by inches,
great pain. After tak-
w I was benefited! I
mifch better that I will
rdui till I am perfectly

.cks of jealous enemies
Ilds supreme position
?ars] for the relief and
It stops pain, tones up
Wrile us a lelttr describing all
nur symptoms, and ue will send you
ree Advice. in tlain 'ealeJ envelope.
kIress: Ladies' Adv sory Department.
le Chatlanooga MedicineCo..Chatta-
ioga. Tenn.

in $1.00 Bottles.


No Genius.
Blobbs-Would you consider him a
genius? Slobbs--No. Blobbs--Why, he's
always trying to borrow money STnhhs
-Yes, but he doesn't ge It.--'Phi I
pLiLt Iecord.

lercant e r4
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'hilursdav, Dee. 12, 1907;


4i tr, 1 lb Ten, t I
,,.a lated .... 6 4 He No.... .. 5:
ot' e Ae. ..... 5~l Gunpowder.. 40
I.t h,'riin ....- 5 U ,col'd J ap40-6f
Cond milk, 'I CarIl
;reeni 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 10
S A rluc'le,tl, i2-l5 Sweetened ..... 10
Atlir er iniaps 3 I 25 Ilnking powder r
3i'ackerr, 4oda 10 Royall...... .- 50
'ol,,cco, pintg *~ti 61l Ca:inphell ...... 10
4 i siin Ctuined fritit
I.uitidrI uslayers.8-15 Peachesl... ..O0a'-
':alliticia. ..- 8 'I'omatoes ... S I'2
S tii ... ..'. . 6 Apples ........ 10
(pplcs Pears ......... 15
I.;vapiu ed... I 'i Plums ......... 10
Drield P'eaches Apric' t .... 11-20
--p 3ual Oil pr aL .... 20 Strmawl4erries .. 20
S wli c 1 .-..... "tl h'ime;t p|i le H u-- l l
it),ridia S rut .,-. )(I -* nleC e a
Inney ... .. 1. -, oast Re 12'
i, iL4r- ... 30 Corned BeeT. 12'.,
bunes,- "r lb .... Is Chipped IBeeflI- i
dulter .. 23-35 I.ohster..... -2 1
Oleuinarg'ilnIe.. I Saltmon.. lO(g 15
--- .....I 7 -10 itanied VKgeal'lles
ieanss ....... Baked lTenll.. I l
,econl& ut i .t.. 10 Cort. ...... 10i 15
lI ly, i as t.0it' g Peas ....... 0
... iUe J ieice...... 4 h I' n in ki i .... I )
. ggf$ perL' don... '0 -
ritU\' IsION S

ifoti r
tha r o f t/l'.2.3t
purit Meal Pr 11011-01el
Oat MUel pt lb . 5
tornk pet III .t
lclsm A41 4I
- m4'u-I~re sell 1A61J
Sw ee.
CO itL pr 4mtelC .00
T, 'iuI e........5

D. S. p l h ..... ]1
B coin Sides .... 12
Fresh .... . Sat10
i lr'ltf't !ltc'n 10-22
0 Hmin canv's'd 15-21
Shoulder. .. '. I
Corned ..... t
Fresh .. ...... ..1l
Dried ........ 25
Milk pr ,it .-.... MI

- 4,. .s. oer ,b 'aS A ixwithl handle. 75
(Itlv wile du.6a6i Hoes, each....35ai5U
S dliillt -ope .9al20opper ptitj., ,cill 50
4 .)voa cook.. .*aS5ry l-iUs8C .,ili; gAl55@60
"p'e, per joint 18I
'iilita, per yd.. 5at Cliecks ....... 5ar.i
.dtint gs .... -5at9 Flannel. ..... I I.iU
'lituaU!in ..... 'aJill I T'l'reic per spulI. 5
- - .-. .' .. 1. I 5 Shoes. lalius.41i1 75
.: m l a ranis j..la 2"5 Mlen c's... $l I'lia:(11i)
IS KUll;l.I.A N iL'.U
Sy'pt 4wt. .'al1,il, 'J1it pr Ihu....... 60
3*.tin ...... 2:I Brick pil' NI.. .l:l "O
ltpe Siint .....7@9 Liite pr h ...... 75
ytlU 'l.T -iNd N UTS.
S)ldiiges pr d r.. r- 45 PIecusn pr lI..... 1
K&:plea. ........ 15 W al tnut ........ :"2
.oiples .. ... .. i .11 5
r. illti----... .....- 20 A o11110 11. ....... 1.

-u dHtell I( I -,Fll Ope edil r ,it 20
Sliur-ga . $:ifl ll51, C' 'w .. .. ... F1.5ii
iuen ... yoke $61 Sheep'....... ... -

' rIe ..pr yoke 1- 6.tl liu 'k n --- .-----2:
-,e eaF l-ITl ".
; e:' rk' y ... ',- I uuk.s....... .5115'
F It....

ltll l r f"Ju '. 5 ,lIlei p ..I 1 b l.
T'ro l.t. ... .. .. 5 .), . .i. '5 "
liiltmp ianl pt f Pe i roi p.'lio .. IU.IO
S gtrt giff (. i ...... 10 Mlu.kelrtl ... R- .li
I.U M t r t.
h ,io fig, i e l i g. -
d iarlt, I' l ... 4t )t.< I .Ilea 1 il ...$ 11 fill
tt ee .. 12.1111 Fic-'- 2.0~11
ip- .. 10.1tf SaIp .. 10.00
IDroup rlinK, C apt~,l.i,.tdi,
dearl face cin 1 1.0 liic 'i li. **I- l ilt
iln t. FItrF rlihl *g Il1i -
IliiT lI.mll fer . .,fll' .ler,d. l. 1i I 15.i10
Id~tl l g, *.S 0 Ii l .t . B tt
I .50 Pla lull er,
,i 'ed -$20

Bfewiis ot O. lltlideliti. fdr Ca-
talrl t tlht ContatI Mercutry
as meacury svill suiirely de4toy the sence
of smell an curnpleely doraonge the whole
system when euntiring it through the nmu-
cous surfaces. Sucli articles should
ffover lie used except nprn prescriptions
from reputable physcfumid', as the da.Uage
theydoiltenj f('l d t thie gYo' you can
possiblyy derive 'from \them. Hall's Ca-
tLfrh Cure, manufautured'by F. J. Uheney
& Co.iToedoo, 0., cnititiis iro mercury
a'nd i't tiklen internally, acting directly
io n the Mood and mucous surfaces of
(he system. In buying E'all's Catarrlh
Cure he sure you get the ge nine. It is
(tken internally and made in Toledo.
SF.- J. Cihoney & Co. Testin.oni-
I -ld by Druggists, Price 7.c. per boltte,
Take fall's Fainilv Pi'lls for constipa-

S.... Thinp .
.1 i III tIlt ii' fL i -*t'(c
"- ".* ; ii ',, i I l::1 1 :ti nit
:-.., iiyi.ln- .eLC :l1lr' **i Ul
I t -. .. | I n h e lini :i in
S ;'..'. ,i :"': L re :'r .'--' 1f:in411
'. : ,'i l- ,l '"'.. 4I 11' 1 g'
j d. so filln- ? I
..., .j inig .-!ti, Thi' y did
n.,; rI' i \,.i :'f tlie., dC i'iit'irialiced
by so-j. i' i.--il,|e s l.vl1ic- o)w r'". Sin-it
Is tnmI iplu iomn. irilhg It'my atay ini
L1a midrs thltn'' lailit down' froi- ln 1
miinultili l Wtp ihrilpii hisy'hl:- :uid wer.i.
lie wis tPliy it vti(he-bclle niun.sic. In a
Lungalow on t br4flif suftihiiiy da: 3
o'clock ip. lu.. a do.-Tei |fi,',-v nt. this told
yo.=i liurntrn i I.Ciw'ii-e. Ire;i;: .ed e -o:ni
tnnutra:; aiid sFud i subll stls.i;'e. "'Now
I ca tu itlove u.' ').objet't in 1ii's r i't b.1i
tn y will." ni'llt'el:g a few ioiomient. I
al'.d, "Command those peac-cek pluniil'
tip thero to come to you." Focuslig his
ought. bis will, upon them, they
leaped tit his bidding from the ra-se
and." sailing ardund the room. fell at
his feet Other object were moved in
a similar manner. This was gtcuuiue
white magic.--St. James' (la3ette.
The dbsolescent Honeymoon.
Houreymoons are goUig ouit of faith '
ion aind will probably eventually disap-
Ilear At Ire.ent they are often short-
e'ned to four or five days or even a
paltry week end Mlurrlige Is getting
to Ie Itltktll ipoin ui na ii'r "nlmatter of
f;m(t wai. anil it is no doimbr well that
1t::! rmlntl,, girl should not cx pcit ual-
sotutely iinre.',haluhle thluns of wedded
.*a.-Louduu Bystander.

Spe,'iif Beepior to I hiv[u'"4%
~ Ii ii II, 11 i t, so bad 11, i

We w',iimdet ii it i.. ilia weal ii
g that keeps us fromn gellring any ni:i
mire thani once Iiii ,t%%ie a wp(-k.
What k i the c~ti.e' We cn~t ;,(
Al~y itllii to %%11111. i \\I~( CatIV
iuchit wretched imail ise v ice'; b1
We are iII hqles it will improvv e % he
trie railroads trike, any point on llI
D9vav -[So ikd'tie Btioy.-Fn '
Miss E. A. (airawni-, willh is on
visit [(I her Ii-4er, lieie, ig at 11111

Mrs4. Ellen S t ike s.
Rev. J. W'. W'l'al"{'n of Dc Puni
alk and i~Atveoi8. IHuntersMill MC M i
*an i ie'eme gni'h;s it f'arrin1d-lo H[1.t
last week. 'liey heie1i i
few days' li11t.
Tiio freight slcium'r Eva ni:he:
iegmila n tipils I lip Et 3Ba, i%
wvhiicii is Illeasing Cmil. people, rilight-
ilf. II we hail a, geluit a nialliser icc
f4'e Weotild be Io. k. ;,
We Iiave hatil itlv iv riiin mv
Smimi ni1111111114, ail[ it -I.1 I Iou 1
prc~lk i. "'~II1~ aild Milll lall.-
ilig~, Heem)III I'll idedp Occa"Ilal-IlIS %%illl
henvy thlIii niler

hJ:ihly Mixed lUp.
Abraham Brawn, of Vintertan, N.Y.,
had a remarkable ex periemmie; be says:
"'Doctors got. badly mixed tip over me:
one said heart dkea-e; tw%%o- called It
kidney tronble;..the fourth, blood l)Oi-
on, and'the fifth stomach and liver trou-
bl'; hut none orf them n ihiehd me: s o nmy
wife advised trying Electric Mi tei.,
which are IrYAtoi1 rig me t, perf
h-altl., One botu! hdid me tuore '!ivd
thiad all the ive do.-tomrs pro-crihed.-
Guairaniteed for blolid p idion, weakness
and all stomach, live and kidney coin-
plaints, by A. H-1. Brake. 5We.

A Ocod Job.
"The iaWte .Ammdrm'.' eN;'l'v of Our
well kmdo-xii puirlslilng Girli once li:idt
oecn',i azll. Zld .1 Clhicagro Ia w% vr. "t.)
-onsti I 1.:16 aj a an Ia iu copy

ti~i t~rI~ns~l oi!ht o tboi 'ahto
thore v. oid lidh ut in rou e l iout i)e-

Il' Ic eli'vel li:i ] Lh ei. ~im:.. ...tl y d Ce iit .
reteu 1 r 11,1 1.l-Z Iea toil
i i!,. a 1gIr rl ukfathier u4cd to tAI Iibou

a"m :el. ocI~r.p. ?P.?0''Ic\e-u~
'"T'lik gir wnqe--n fhl dna tpr of ii
jimf.or 10.11. niud '-eryr wee-k Or P0C)
IIS~d t- t conme I.) E I:? rectory
k-11;i n ri peasrnt Or a haire to F011. Tho
prlve rhde n9; was Ir)-. and for it
time t'ie pistol. bought of hu'r. Thenl.
so'riwLh,%v. his, suspivions were Larolnsed.
Thle rn.'xt tim~e Ihe girl called he sald
to hor stt'tjl: -
-'it kizoo,o_. freshb game you br~ni.
myN dlenr. nnilyoulirPrice 1I4 '111v"15%rea-
!e. 111t Coa you t i ) I P 3e L41ll the."o
an d lmr4s .ouertlv ,V 'r
'01). shill-e. yes. yw-m- reveronr'e.'
'-, L *.1 'if%.%,ww:~g~r. 11y fa ther is
!)C)5(Ii-ito -r.I cla rei'

C ~'DrA N:)!y Paid.
t~o~ ~h.01,114 VL.)- bled c Iior';Cs.
kn w l11, i:11o r, -' l: .U.] !1.10hn ll h d for

L't lu"t 11-i'. le l.ilA Co iin

B[urt~in ;i: :lii lv. the, uItIe- t plhil-e of
veorslil r' li1. f(:rti'l :n v\i i .i'i' thiri
,vorld. ;ii',l m iir l-' out if .Molia'.In i .
*u the iiilde' ofl' arngr [ iali. s L':Ishl
i Iln ', r 't.-k v') i c ':'].;ir I n fiort : ;; :
'le".,' to I, rf'..:~ ;ted .' ,te'r mlnl n- so i
.e.s ,i'.* fibr e;' ,is wlmiib hInli;.(.'colii
rlhi I 1.'O tr,-s v. .' ltI. l', "-inc.l froli-
'hle lln ti. 's ,f i,'11 hTi:i it- .I r!"
inlt; f(i;iv-' of .'\'o)ti'>U. 'l'.it:-;::[i '.; if
iuln O1'q of ['t' Ii \11, walls. ; iiJ i i every chiini lHr I.Sl-onze.
s lne O .,1ct1 l erJ,. r r.-', l'. llne -i
ting or r't I l1: I. l ei l'.-" S iitence. i1
iq O'l i'lllt'd i 'r t I ::i a Ij' i ,'; t' o I f iel
':-"e iresep the Pef'l t'n h flonr- aof th.e
.'nerl oenv\-rns.--lostoi Trnnsrilpt.

A Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal oVers(omes indigestion, dyspepsia
and other stomach ills. Tvo d ty.s' trial
Jr.-e. Ask our dealer. Sold by W. C.
Holley & Co.

An Object Lesson In Cleanliness.
To Impress upon his youthful mind
the Importance of guarding against In-
fi'ctions the medical student at the
Mibiorafory is given this object lesson:
Two test tubes nearly filled with a
Clear meat broth and then closed at
the top with a cotton plug are given to
fim., with drectlons to wash his andls
with soap and water and clhnn his
liails with a blusb as thoroughly as
he can f6r s~fm t'en mIntites.' After
he thinks that his hands have becuwe
altogether clean he remioves the plug
from one of the test tnbes and barely
tornihes wilh a finger tip Its contained
br(thl after which he restores the cot-
ton plug and puts both..tubes away on
ii sLheIf for twenty-four hours., What
he will wrP then is rthr the broth i'i
tie hwt-l Ilte' \which received his sup
Ipos() ly pure touch Is turbid from the
present~ e tof umillious of ulicrolis. .while
the other tube remains perfectly clear.
-Everybody's Magazine.

A Long Wait. ,er.,aI.. Io
"-1 n I, ..I-P'es'- sable cook, an I j. H. 1J)inuiminnd rlitutnmic'd h iie lf*
S 1. I'.! I l-- stress that sli in-
"- - .i...i the next week. lst-Wednesday ftrm- a.busiue"n trip U l
I .' i :!Il. with :v'':'t. to Vernlon, andf wi"ias o "il al-
V .. : "I was afraid flicted with.a a attack ou f._thi i 1ip as
"\\illnam ii ':h1 irvsuade you at last! .
el You <-til o-i nvr leav us" to be unable to speak even in an ftud- jS U S
il "Wlhy. I isn't wine to leabe yMu. ible whioper,'ai lif~e has hardlj been
tr,-, r I -y 1 ir in a ct o fo:-'' able to leave hisn ome since hism.ar--.
!' 's i .-o mryi< rival. Em Every *btra h.Ies ~lis ci vy L'y Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cer- I S T
.s \Wili ::;, I, l.,ti p 1 him vroi pestert will be speedl r, f h:. i ir e-e thinly cure t' oughs Ebids,
it l-, ,,, tI*4' I.eToll ,'o t its etossent inu loill th t o .u~. bronachitfist is l d i0hi A id
hr.lv.,w 'V--t if I elns' hin off he'll get esie lc ttf -j t^ AB
ho ] ii'.) n = p ". I's in.. 'l--ry genera.ltl... it'C rfitly Strengthett W I ueim '
it 'I h to sOal. ." .. s r rthr t ,, "ta t. 'd yeak lungs. P E Rp
"' sai" Mrs. Morse, som hat r -H. ,It fM i!fiy Pato- There an be no istakit&ill i e b auty e .. t LA
nssur1 l iy VlrnW* tone, but slightly be ka-.lnd., aire linking a intlr tr&ed vis -this m t istrue. Andl ADfl PA mt f I
t .i ..... .his. : Yoiukiowitistrue. And a x
Ra wildh'eril rk Itlelcss,- "I know it will -it wit his ets, N, at ow o,
. be a fin Fl.l, f.:r him, Vira, but won't .OWndoCt Will say. SO
She want to rt:e vyon away?" at Parker on EstBa :,' Tbest df a ertimoni olleCtion of Ret o NohResidn
"1Whar he get de 'noney" luoquired Rev' F. Wiiiemnil Illt oi t %'lTar. "Sold for over si:ty yeArs."
V'rht. r-linl'iihig to her work of beatitui n r- a '
Se ^ri,'l rm.e.erl vigor. 'I's sbed pon, last P~ridav, to,~he.it-n. a thndlaic e adebT .o.Aeco...Loweu. T 7 i
!. rI,-., ;: . f," hi, lhoneYmoon trip. ind' at the annifal coife ejied o' i4 Modm th- I om- dtorao Po AECIAL Y of
I'- mlt ,i. pl,,ns ill laid out fo' him odist Society, which the Buov ioilvs A r I AF LLS.
I e'- .: t n tin.. ot out to Clifor-uyan' H iR VIGOR.
to 1111-g liy i i'l.ar h li vs' a' flanlkV118044i. no .eor#. I. P iblis I
',e I. '* ,,.1. ,- 1 him down.so.uf. f o' ipoiut in (Georgia. He w.as not e4rti&iin the9 orm.la, ,Ofl ot i iL
. t ., a hq I t e Ay, o er
-. '1n -J- h':lnw i e.n h g e ts e ha tP I II.' uIshe iv o t-*id VS W t o y e ry &
S ,." ,i .1 : .l u h s et turn -to thii Nb i .- i,., ". w .- - ry
S..-.. ou,. t'; nk.be-s gna- he.:n Bg de at; $r om rin ir W -1!"
s ;W tot t It v'. t-e-ag irj7! ',& Dir.
f. r.le. .^..p. : Tarp.. ..ed...- ,om c 1 U ...IMFL *AlJtr o.'m|LT ln'tt u4g!.r -! r
', r.i o hambeiaisCongh dUatotl .ei 4.... i ,t dy ir r.t r --
Snetniedy. Meh.s. a..'W. St a'v,,:.Mo(e. -i"'* ,.-m ,Itmo-L As ItllmI ndeif vern WWaV
1 'Th.,, i' l Io oi h-r mIteir r nanb'ftec Frepat, ; ",.,. w-' ilw f ^Wl : "S
S "irel I, I, 1:, ,, c ived so mich praise f -

iit k!on ff iri:-t'z.
C.nhaI ietll 'ough'Remedy It ie e w iew (ays.ag dati t.i with h .. yihitl 1r Pum ps,',P uharC
t;e 11ic I I" icl I I I Ve s>'tri' f I 'A "M.. ...
.eli n, a .nd prompt rel.ef follows its .ie; their relitives and 1f4el, t" _sa ... n D f h \ ? I e
S*** 1 'piii.nts erywhere donot hies Ha..is lWh at'e loCHt in the: Mrs. . a .r t tr
it.itc1.i,. e lii to ; merits for n n< tp--Ft!v ) ? I i if tnmeits ftr tor he benie. C ppl n lihi on. B'iay vi-w h -t; n rtl : .si,; .ton. .
: it- olbi,,,bs. It i A .a certain w care fotr o 711. 4 -tte, rV44 .,,. ne.eres shalh ti, O "
Scr.L.up id ill e eat rt thbe attack if given o L ai- A -e er t' / i --.a i Mal ;a te
c t.e fir I a .,-.r tnrie of the disease. Ii tMri Hair is is Utderagoing treatrientl -- alI Mull Gansette.
lit ti.efri,.t i ap ,',irtne of the dispe ase. It ."" mI I
in eppei;allly -.iJ pt l.to children as it is for 'erion- 1P1 lhdi tlr;-,with wifiieh he : A A L1
!.le.i uitl I t tal..- .and contains nothing in-' is aMicted. Dr. iJalls enlouis i <, 1 it.eln 4 'I t is .cal imue ( by iltir that .
ii uiiit-. Mr. E. A. Humphreys, a well- ing him. -o assaulted him."' said the Judge
I. n, nn r, id-in and clerk il the store of H X W]t .n... f Pn na, f lies. syoyr .hotor., I-uever tuchbed
hMr. E. Lock. .r Alice, Cape Colony. l ,. """ nsou" n ma Wl l -'Croucheb.and -Vlllogbby picked
A;,. d -I h ve used amber- d e y a n tie(s, calest(1.hl up andcarrled t1i to the pumpt ,
Afri'iai. si.:.'I Iht e used Chamber-n o - fl I did wa t WOrk the pump: ,S O A
Ilai,', C'.,hli RPemedv to watd off coup y morning. A I. did Lo don work the pump ET A W T
:aid l ietll.i i,,v i l.i. nily. Ifouid it very I M rs; VVJ." HilU.y.l y an d r
;- ..... .iSfilB OTORS FOT, W t FtLGRW0A-
recimnmnld it." Fo sale by al medicine i ew -esterday. ; lt metime termininates fatally, is
d, t-lrs. I- RL. McKenzie f Panam City the stoppage of liver and bowel funo.- N O i tA

A Long Scold. rCde a bnsness cll-t tlhUnv tidns..-To quickly end this condition iN AN E
Brewiter. who was returning late a -'u otll n i l tril- diasft 'tbles sen&tisos, Dkr l y Ibb M 0 I bby
ri-:,nm his chill. vwns received by his ,!fficeoil s :'f'nesday:l t, ,..cconlianir' K1ing's Rew Ltie fPills should alwaysby
,il i on e-tiriing t ie bedroom with a Iy Mr. oli.t,' h ;hecenily p rj Jiar'ire ~ four remedy. Guaranteed absolute-
,.II r.h.l:,ir--1 i ;i't:iin lecture. ortu oinl: extensive t lentine 'tpretw, 'l satisfactory in every cae or money IP YOU i M K ,
I :: I1 'It' Iii Y I u, t ttilrni'd u!) thie, gs. a I gI a ,- wl",i nthm I,'.#at ch"" -'A:ek 'ate A. Fe- e 1t 'e store. "-2.5o. Y U S O E
,111 :-Q I'v l lii ,as not closed he gatl-9, ...
ii : .i ,i d aund relotneY his ting is tt. -Blackinp. t. TR Y A CER TIF H E '
ri,:,. ;r' i.. ,.-ln1 Two hours latoe (apt. J V. A .i.r. on I -of, flA q d' blacking,such a $, nowI ed.
i -' .'.i v .in i In s way 'loiue and : ns invented early i' t r eteenthb .
.II, it, !i:r,'i:, i ,u rpeaihing the bed- o a b isi' i t. ire ntifry. Previously ytiois mixt ures ; E B RAY.
..')i:i d, ,1 teedav. were' used.,'Thlere are, many a1iiitousions -
lI 'i Sl...- diiii't notice it!" raidli, eighteenth entry literature to shoe A
hi. lu: to liiii;-.L She's still scold ;. :" ncs al K. bha kltlg. Et thle London
VP' world ort Ja H i de rd aSloore. ,
a" -l -- '- lve-s, flea"-thoh system itclll scold of Jan. it lid'e .ocr Lt,) 14,.W. i
c'- Imprr ~ 1I. abia."." iy c-tu" fur biuu leut and descrlibln4 -the tllseries of an author r
c'-, Imp-ecd. ciK iheaiache. Prce 5c. oldV ..3, says that he v;ould rather have started r .I -
Profnr,-- ,7 '..,it;ral Iisto'ry fit the c. iney a C0. ,In life as a shoedblack had he but bad neP i r
.i.i--in ile i:nl.il creation simue o --. .he money to ibuy or credllt to procu'n -
tie Iv irl.e of mature fill us with awe Nmtice. "a stool. 'rurbes and blackhitil." An
tlo w 'laj ;"I.Itu'e^ fill us bwith H% J. .. swMf.d 6
., :,l;,:'. i ,m ',r their stupendous ol ot'c is hereby; .d kind of'blhilckng ceonslited or'orI ,r
-1 i .r.nd t l t*[ nnt the colo'-o f i.o bid br wok- e.' i Notie sb ,ld Very corse nu lt i rugnr ii wo E T "
I iart:.ans ,c v iin li thi. ure nmodtled uon C.,uunr,, r mortiu. w%.ii .bdi-ereditt-rI y '. 1r, with n little -vlne-rr. A m lstu WA AANT.1 Com" m e IU's.
i hre fotr i::ta.,.,-i'. is the hIippopota tie. u ld L' jutji~.LintU.alll-IS itst ua- -if whl le oil a d( soot wat used hI
ih.-i- :i.ua ? I':l;]il--AiU't he cute'?- t the tirrit. t olu uay I nui,, Jauiuax. 1908, Gay's, timn.e. ni a thor of "'Trivia"' -
:ltitu,,'L- .-ri,.at Ordered by thtll.otrdut C ouqmq tumu- has seveiUnl allustfons to thie "basA I".tth-la-k
lniSd.oierls In 'relar .osli.n,- lcul o.th" who stbodi' at street corner ,
An Irl.-irc'le Intr'uder. bet 2, 1907. W. i. SLNGLIE LA the s no:st
An Ir%-ir-s nf tiinds worth ha-'theni rs no*: .
1..1 : ... .,f tiing wdirth hav,- oKEY C. Y, 1i : IHar: The bdy' caln ihe to his destin'd
""t' : i- t, J ?,iss .(Oayeiun "but - And the shock sibnes peneath'hls oily han. l k A,
S.< 1.lto .-I 1,i of them unless .Notc De Poe mnk#s his Cplonel Jack de- A. .
,u i--tttshint sc-ibe hflnself ,,hedft a vUd'Ot%
n l,. t. m. y ti t."-Washing- Notice is hereby given that sale Ab -rbte hlyr-el lpber.i boy mit dlrty f t..sxta f0trv iU 8 .0 mfl& tA D I BTAOG 0i-
to.u Slar bids for keeping the .oor Farm fOr thu vaabond, "I ke a .Ilick your shoes. a i i-
year908,wiL be repeivedbythe Con- d ou tiOnod?' I a Jolt beggdi' boy I blao-re. lU w; and P.r.Pssnlee. sh reaflu e u qi
Why It Is Stranger. ly Con missioners of WashlntOnh 'oun- guaPd boy Or wihat ydua I.aae.,,des eombnaMtlon, a prec-be with- Vateny.udlaueUm.sla
"Tri-ith is sItr:uner than fiction," ty, Florida, un.tilthe first Man1unSfloon, picabl^ aid pliserrble.to t last ,de rs atiion for the nsM of ,l froat' t* iiimeSimd
qi,>tk-dl the wiE guy. .. January 1908. . r ' .. gree." . t m nd Itae of Primary. B ,con ,ary thl aI dnrk P'.... . .
"'Thit's I:c l-Le we don't get siuft Orderea by the County Commissiori- .ere another quotation troitl1- ja Ttlry phlli. ByphlUtlioRhe. ~-rid.s_ l s sternumapoi"neadi
clently w.Cll .:i.clu"inted with it," added ers ob Washington 'County, I.flt, .+ ..r. notelrain. e.eeanrs tind.,e S whomeblooitIfn anmpSmpon4ltod
the simnle run,-Philladelhia record regular session, DDcember l'1908 it t 0s'oe n: hem iandSi .ominhTlit vrersllirit ntiiBl iti,
W. L SINGLELL' AR, His treble voice r-aoprnds a1tii thrhews. : hth ol tearltated b te wondeal toolo ms
.,h" Attest: ". ' bu3r~ o an. :And Whitehall echoes. "Clean youth o- .. "ii .. .....ld Chr. -loll ..... ..
W. C. LOCKEY, Clerk. or's shoes! I '
+ 4a- -...-.. .* .- ..- -London .. Notes and Queries. ^ *'.
Chamberlain's ishreyd ne 8YPHILIB 8OROFULA
-im i t&laii. ., Arab Weaponi.
~ Notic" ie hereby g;y:n that',,ealtd nore in Muscat I saw the pure,bred .
s for keeping Millr 'e ,, not tall. a 'I'Ierra d AI. .mdaSd sie ,,ute^ not p' tl', a
Dot ; lass ,feri'^. b t' the -oaro n dpmineoing. swaggering nobleness in D. a. +l-ntramet ri k i b, 'gd pc t. rop' .
Srarni ssionersof Washington urity', h-T glance and a b-'ace of daggera Pp nUMu. rtm' Chro':o. rmiEp i uii&Po ioo t.iti -.- .
Fl- ida,id until the flrsjt Morrdtla-oon" h4s waist. When I re.coignlzed a beau- unclau, ucrtl PoM 1bdl^ Jit& i hatmu
1Jntidr, h 1908. ., ttf-ul taftfr noticed a slender Inlaid Uiltdtid ,,ctC f:t.
.o ,drd by tbe Board of County Com- iw'tii gun or slnoalr heleetr, I offered .P.P. powerfultonic F
mrifiOr.e 1, p'ashh.ingthb CouLty. Floit' t imblybrit noihlug would luduce them seeanest appt"mer,; ,bdivig n p t -nro- .
,- -; d il'l,"--i:'egula,.vsesion ie. .coibe. sthhl-; "Sahib;" stil uone m.an, "I sytebr,, uIf 7011 f Sn. 1 -- <= : ,,
S1907. -' W Sti' LETARY, l:l : dcimlcst foe ,wUtlt this blabe. fr .Mi htndl tr'i P.,'na I avannal : C\ .
, :..l t .: hairiua~ii. r' it through h t lti br nit. Yon II I -.
U&M tS kI5~ L(J E~ i~K. t iuis l ert itnl hi -m ~hl-iiefd~~t f'o Al, that

I:~uian rr ~ 'W. U W c. ~LOokKrIY, C~leok. -10, ci'it Il:-AhvdhclcZ that
tbiaeIfi ill 4 .-1Y '4111(
I~c~t~e. : 8!ljif~ *A d tpi 'it pt ifj~. d'r. The~1
CoughRem edy N detlt d gavelueu LY t it RilE U MATO8N
Thlze Children's Favorite: .. Notice is hereby given' that biddfoff it f r)om tl!C IYI? k(. - -
the building of bridges irWashfngt-ocr til tf Arab.& and ngy gu tI ilY, other --
CougRhs, Colds, .to.p. and County, Fitirida, during the-yeu&- 90e08, el'. How-coal I lie jIt Arfint to FAhLa-9. -
C h o ug -awill be received by-jthe County- Com-*-Tis ~Wdz--It -belo to 1 A14 AtrflWt' M. A I'm rE RC Y 03 P AI N
Whoopipag na6Uh h missionersof Washington C-o1 .nt;y,Jylor- my gInn11'itqrty,1o h-Ds kliorK i ?oI eDiatamice"khon k 57'& -2 Oceau StIrvit'
Tbia ,emedy is famou,) for it -ues over ida, uhtih the fiP t Mortdul nooh Jaeuot .Mese. k 1 ih ie.- tflhti JrhI'SI' ,
'ae part if the citbinized world.* It can- mOe liiBoard rese, ',-. mtm it
op. ys b (Apperd UP6 It contains no -. 90, th a rSO(' I f'e t n
g1%-ei ar r--UFIentLv 1,X byggseto all adult Nerel'd byY the -CCflYkpnWO1f-0io~iIn1Whii 0:* IE W-Aviiliji~trs
Nvb~ll a ll;-u 0 -011"C -L, 1111P`44 4 tl
Price 25 cts; Large iz*e5Oif, 50'es TeeT t t
'egular' BssloDTj n'erbeyn'b2 '1967. W '
W-t T; v I. S IN G L E T A4 Y ,. r n o. it.'oitt.. I-- -- C - C d ME R lan d I P L T- ;k
I iA I N .19a t-- .a MI... -N. L S l'*1E.
o .O C l leb EY Clerbk.L,
A B A- Stat'ents ttV-* twi' ).ism +
-A IN- w. C Lorf&tiYj OIork- -7. a... U
t-3, jentq ft) V I Oil J-1.9 T1 I''

In Heal Estate! .,- l uii~I iit uisidd ttje S t- -
Ij tell Illaltr s( ft. S..;:r'r Tbey rim .
The Buoy Has I F&Sale !I* o.-s f-- Le outie waist. tnt- ct.lhiji ruih __e.__5C
'rile S i c-I Qii li e 01 I Soul MiIt-
West Q i3ilti innit 1.a l l-t cttI'hi t]ci t' I)$e i sl'eit I
SumuthitiHall i-d'idie Sotm~ieai-t Qt ~\etin-ce or IoWf eteltrt'O Rningg oI
tolt- Socif t I 2. L'row m ship 4 souttt. W,'n d
Range 14 %ve-m. .1 I pt_
4 ,clt i'ts a-i-C In ilthe'-1 Pls &m 'rhfilr~ td'd
Lies About One Mile North- aatm'p is th~r aNt, ha' mih10fi. Ne-
e ~h-rmw-11.11 ss~ t I l te pilstAwie s Ce

east of Mllville 6gp he iIt ait]mr
For-uerly Known as the Mrs. Pet- gM
tis Place atI a..u l lrill 1'6.q
NiLL P E R F C ~ ~ ~ INDL~ 'AiR T HE ATIlIAL ,i lft'C LW InUV h i Umft ih t' Ale'? 4 k-t
TITLE PE ETI UNE.haLt Ilda, ('U ; i.fII b oinJ11 u cpfr li kimfore h
where Ice i 66nt ( ohV6 o r Uty4ittftns b
AnH plum m iben Ihni' ln nU iLM bhis tr.oiuswer'in4r' fol l nItht kntk' ._
c1111ihiIt it 1 ill -illws'm "81''1 )(lt 11. ibtst a \w JAlK6O WVLL.E TLA. l` ~ itbh leather. Do u ou l)oWv t'b3' Be-
a wi h-oi he. n I i ig i cli 0 ot' ,n t ic vea ls. $ 'thele dQg oanc'd hull a i e h iiiMMm k 'dtST., S T W F A I.
A 4 BOTTLS $5 2- of- thCe ciff of hIllrs: unt!6 hBeEd GsK'E [ ,
A G w n' to Incur GlulcE, a louss a'gttin'r- I -a .
Lobisville Courier-Journuil.
At Once! -

THI-,: NT .m St. Andrew, Fa- ari ne and Wt4i onary Engines; lf Iuiiifla rfl!y Uallh1: A~ii Cl ,

AiM ~t Z r -anlS ~I I, no( bogtri nns
'' .~ at~ b gw ti-p t' al Ln O u k
H.nr to its Youtsul Color. HEOF'POWER FOR ~EFTEM
Cue,'- -'D diseases & hair Waling
Call on L, 0. GCAY, Gaj. Flt.

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,Of Our Wines and Li' ors!

And Send the Rest Back!

If They Are Not as Represented !


S635 637, 639 WEST BAY STREET,


Whislres in Bulk.
Per Gallon.
O'lorlta Special Rye.......... $1.50.
Congress Ryo................. 2.00.
Brookdalo vye ................ 2.50.
Paul Jone-Rye o...............3.00.
Belle ofi-Maryland Rye.......... 3.50.
Paul Jon.s Old.BAKER ...... 3.50.
Liv ngston Rye............... 4.00.
Old Gibson Rye...... ........ 5.000
S Malt Whiskey ................. 3..0.

Old ospia Corn ....... ......
Mariin County N C. Corn.....
Special N. C, Yellow Corn......
Old Pilot MOUNTAIN Corn....
Gold Bind loIpur cent. double


Domestic Holland Gin....... $2.00.
Belle BrandGin................ 3.50.

Per Gallon.
Kevstone Club ............... $2.50.
Old Kentucky Rye,........... 3.00f
Old Monogram Rye.... ......3.50.

o4 qts.
Keystone Club.........$3.00
Old Bailey ............. 3.20
Cavallor .............. 4.00
Golden Wcddinir..... 4'25

12 qts.
$ 800.

Whiskey in Bottles.

Monongahela Rye.......
The Leader, PurO Rye..
Old Crow Rye .. .......
Monogram Rye..........
Private.Stock Rye......
-Wilson Whiskey ...,;...
Belle of Maryland.......
.Paul Jones' Four Star...
Livingston Rye.........
.Old Oscar Pepper Bour-
bon' ......... .....
Canadian Club.........
Mt. Vernon Rye........
Dewar's Special Scotch..
King William ScoPch...
Duffy's Malt Whiskey,...
Canada Malt............
Booth's Tom Gin........
Gordon's English Dry
Geneva Holland Gin....
Plymouth Gin...........
Tennessee *** Cognac...
Superior Bl mckberry....
Old Apple Bratdy......
Old Peach Brand1y.....
Old St. Croix Rum......
London Dock JTamaica
Rum ...............
Gin Phosphate.........
*Rock & Rye............
Best Banana Brandy....

4 qts.
-4 40
4 40
4 40


12 qts.
$ 8.00.



SIf you desire to prepay the Express Charges on any of
our Goods, add the following amount:

1 gall,,n jiug......... c.................................... .. 600
2 .... .... .......... ...... ... .......... 75o
8.............. .................... .. ........... . 900


.... ...... ...... ................... ..$1.00

.. .. ... .. . ............1.1 00
5 ........ ........... ....... .....................
Sq a t ....... ...... .... .. .... 50... .................. c
1' ................ ....... . .. ............. ............. ........ ... 50
635, 637,639 West Bay Street,


Mail Order Hou;e,,

- 211 West Bay Street, P. 0. Box401.


Dosolo Rye.
4 Full Qu;.its.... i;...;.....$ 5 00
6 Full Quarts .....,........ ,7 00
12 Full.Quarts.... ... .... 12 75
12 Full Quarts (Iroight. preIp'd) 12 00
WViltlanI No. 10 ye.
4 Full Quarts.... ......... $1 20-'
6 Full Quarts............... 4 50
12 Full Quarts.... ........... 9 00
Old Halltax Rye.
4 Full Quarts.............$. 4 20
6 Full Quarts................. 6 00
12 Full Buarts .............. 12 00
.lSulu>y Soutih Rye.
4 Full Quarts ............. $ 2:
6Full Quarts ................ 4 0
12 Full Quarts ............... 8 :*
36 Full Pints ................ 12' -!
Yellowstone Bourbotn.
Bottle......... ...... .....$ 1 50
Case.. .................... 12 00
Old $Boone, Express Collect.
B3oltled in bond by U. S. Government.
I Full Quurt.......... .......$ 1 25.
12 F.ll Quarts............... 12 00

Special offer .
Idlebrook l,;i:,key th Druits-DistlIl-
e y Bot in '

ol 04 Holiest .i Ad .' '-
Oneg ailou jua., Ex i ,i is I'id $ ;
(orn Wh islk.y, Ex press Collect.
Rocky Ford, pur bottle.......$ 1 00
SRocky Ford, per case........ 10 01
N C. White and ju. .... .. 1 6'
N.C. White, RTtt'r........ 2 0,!
N. C. White, Fine.. ........ .2
Laurel Valley (,orn ........ . "
H yte V htsl!t-. ,xir' -. 'l..i.:

Copper distilled and j
Queen City..........
- ily Sl )'i

M. ) :'i; ,,;.t .....

O y '......
Wiliains Priva

Per gallo
S . $1 (i
.... . . .. ('


=x5O inelis., correctly platted aiiii
ahkewing all the more important
--Suldinga-iR of great value to any
Gas c-templati iig Jillrchaniitlag r paa
arty in tuvwi. II tava'rN sHi abt itfu a
uiONA of c00a8 lillo. exle'!inlg en 41
ward frontii Tyri-'R Paii.t ii, mmi 1 ein-
byaoinRg01-1 St. Atil rowis, %%ith ibi '
usuponding terikort lwidI 1), i- p
One Dollar, at 'the BUOY Offiep.

Iholving it I lie ,11.4s sl idpoeg1- if I, I
the CIicilit Li (2littIIY, 1a1) lso c i i e
Harriton, rrker, CroinantoI mitt]al
Sdj4CanL country. '[le lul:1t (If t01P
lots izi not almuawn. h,,t'by- -t le mid Of
fokis iapD the apprl'dxiinaiie lor'tion of
may lot is eahily detifinimied. Prici-
Pilty Cents, at-the Buoy Office.
bitbeaniap will be sent bgy mlail to
wily addreti1 fr. ri-epipt of the prije.

Nneuding a s akob and deacrlpat oWay
ras owonen our opivion free whett ~ ai
M-Mon to probably patentable. Coimm1 xa.
Q3roctoouadentiul. Hndbooko0 Pat -
moifte.OlOet egancy lor seaurionpaaent
P tMnts ta*es n rouiJh Ma n & o. reecm
oSaldWacce, without hargo. i the
Xlo~e "Ticalt
madsomely llnarrulnd weekly. I.nrgfet cti
eMhatlon or fanyocenIntlote Intial. Terms. $3.
Keirvir.2rnrntb. L Sold byall newB4py'erm.
U..JN&CO WroadwY NewYor
Co. im IF &_ VKaihlultrcn D. C

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very liberal clbii,
liintg arrangements within a fc -of the veirs
nest publications in the coluntryv aint l',ir
tlie present can send for a whole year
Ihe BUOYand
Detroit Free PrIss'(twice-.-week ..
and Year Rook) ............. 7
SThe Fla T: U. & Oitizen, daily for $5. 8.'
do Semi weeklv, for,.l 5.5
Scientific Ainerican' .... 3 5
Farmner anl Fariit Grower" .. '2 55
Florida Agriculturist .. 1 55
do clulaol' 5. each ,.. 2 3
Fini Journal, Phiilad'a. moniilily 1.10
Cinciiinal i ie nqaiirer t icr a wileel:
Large p:age i ,eali iasle. ... 1 75
Atlantia0Uoiitilitinii 1 75
N.Y. World (thridea wo"k).,. 1 75
'Phe Cos-n politain.. ............ 1 75
T'he Oritrion..................... .0
For any or either of the above piilll'ca.-
ions 1 connection with the BUOY ad-
raes all ordorq to iHE BUOY,
q't Aindire .. l- a.


WITH Dr. King's

New Discovery

FOR C8 ,I!s I
OLDU Trial Cottlo Free

For Sale! .
We offer for bale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
sh!p 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,-
Svjoining MIllville on the south. Will be
'eld In- acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be -according to
'r-atlon, W A. EMIMMGNP -'7


Lauid Office at G inesvillel, F'la.?
Nov. 25, 1907. t
Notice is hereliy given tht;i WilliIam
A. Lee of \Vesthlv, Fla., has filed notice
of lik intIeiten.oii to make final five year
proot iin support of his c aim, viz: oiime-
stead Entry No. 32922, made Oct. 7, 1903,
fortlu c ui oof section 1- and w2
t sw, t scti. n li 13, township 2s, rang.
liw, andl that said proof will bic naiic lie-
i'rc tihe clerk of the circuit court at V'ur
minl, tla.; oni Jultl ary 15, 1908.
Hie naimes thie 'o.loning witnesses to
pr'o' lhis continou- resideiice upon and
cullivalion of the land, vi' .:
I're ton Warren, W. A, Rodgers, Lird-
sey BBnhaunain and J. 1: Hendi ix, all of
W'stlaty, Fla. H LNRY S. O.BB, Register.
^JJilror''s f-'c ,aii:.
Nov. 2, 1UW7;
Notice is herelby given thatf Benij;ini
E. Collins of Point. Washington, Floridau,
has filed notice of his intention to make
final five-year proof in support of his
claim, viz: Homaiesead Entrv No0 33,512,
made Jan; 7, 1904, for the lot 3. of seetien
30, township 2s, r; 17w. And that saii
prool will lie made before the c.erk ot
the circuit court at Vernon, Flr. on De-
ceumber 16, 1907.
He names the following witnesseJ to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the land; vii:
E. i). Miller and W. D. Miller of Point
Wai-hington FIl., J. T'' Marshall nd IL:
L. Marshall of West Bay, Fl;.
HEPr' S. CasBB, Register.
IWiEditor's fee paid:,

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. t
Nov: 2, 1907.
Notice is :hereby given that Elisha D.
Miller of Point Washjigton, Fli., has
filed noticesof hi.s intention to make final
five year proof:in support of his claim,
viz: Homestead Ent y No. 34.196, made
April 2, l1904,lfor the wYt of inwj of soUc
33 and lot3 of sec. 32, townshtp 2s, range
17w, a;d that said proof will be nimae he-
fore the clerk of the circuit court at Vcr-
non, Fin., onI December 16, 1907, r1
He names tht following witnsessesto
prove his centinnous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz.:
B. E. Collins and W. D. Miller of Pt.
Washington, F'l., J. T. Marshall and L.
L Marshall of West Bay, Fla.
HKNRY S. CHUBB, Register.
IiEditor's fee paid.

Thie Chrysanthemum.
Both in China and Japan Is the
chrysanthemum a great favorite. It
is said that Chl.Ces:e gardeners to
whori the plant was first known will
.owow nothing to deU'tr them from its
ultuire. They will even gite up their
.Ituaiions if forli',,'un by their em-
ployers to grow it. Chiuese emigr:ants.
too. take this "flower or their hearts"
with them to other L;nd and ncultlivate
it mffe*tionately 1 lbthir ekile as a re-
tain:dcr of their native country. There
is a Chtr-ese "Eve'rything .comes to h:huf
Who knows how to wait" which has
been Anglici.ed as follows:
in the second month the peach tree
6 ut not till the ninth the chrysannthe-
mump n,
So each must wait, till his own tur:
4 -
Figl.ting GeeSa.
In Russia pits for cock fighting are
unknown, but "goose pits" someil ixt)
years ago were commnon t!ir:,'ughl-:i
that mighty kingdom. The effect of.
this can be seen today in the geese
Which are indigenous to the country,
the Arsawas and the-Tula varieties
particularly showing to a narked de-
gree the fighting characters of their
ancestors. The Arvamnas gauder has
,a bill which is entirely different in
form from that of the geese known in
any other part of the world. This spe-
cial structure enables the birl to take
a tfrm grip on the neck or back of Its

Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for
coughs. colds, croup and whooping
cough grows in favor daily with young
and old. AMbthers shouti.-keep it on
hard for children. It is prompt relief
toroup It is gently laxative, driving
the poison and phleem from the system.
It is a simple remedy that gives imme-
diate relief, guaranteed. Sold by W. C.
Holley & Co.

Shakespeare and His Plays.
The Shakespeare-Baeon controversy
is right where it began many years
ago. The man from Strafford is still
In possession, though there are many
learned men who serioiouly quiPtio:l
his rights. It has not been proved that
Bucoui wrote the plh;-s or that Shake-
sppare d1l not write them. One thing
fhe controversy has done. however-it
'as immeau'ralily hleih IPened the mnys-
tery of the fact.,If it is a f:at. that ithl
pi~fs were written by the histoiicial
Shllkespeare. Between the Shalkespeare
we kuow in history and the man who
wro+e "Lear," "Ilanulet" and "Male-
be!h'" there would .-ee:! to :;e aT Iu-
briJged distance.--;New York Auwrli-
';aa. '

The V'ray-of New York.
in New York you buy yonr theater
tickets from a sitr-:ilator for two
prices, and after tjhe show you brhile
i waiter to bring you; food for which
You pay the jolly inn;ait'eper two and
one-half prices. after which you may
be hrnled home by a rheumatic horse
if you pay the driver once fot hauling
you home Itnd once for not getting
down from his perch and booing you
out of the hansom.-L-rouisv lle Courier-
The Dear F:iietds.
C!iira (e>s:ibuiting photographi-HIow
do yon like it'?
iat:e- It's perf'eetly iov(ly!
"Yoli think it al g:oo) l ikeiit'ss?"
"Oli. not: It doesn't lonk a particle
like you, you! k now. But I wouldn't
mind that. C!r'a"i You are not likely
to have sulbh woudlrful luck again if
yon sat a thousands times!"--London

An improvement over many Cough, Lung and Bronl
system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowe
a satisfaction or money refunded. Prepared by PINEULE
Soid by

' a Voice of i

S Gladness.

jy Troy A 11tson.

Copyrirlht, 107. by I. C. Pareclls.

The council road w'as strange to both
of them. The: v:cre ;l:ncst strange to
each other, their acquaintance being a
week-old, the resilit of boarding in the
same far:thouse.
"That look, like a ifice wood to stroll
through." Ho pointed to the thick
grove of hickories and gum trees, their
leaves tinted by thd fi 't frost. "We
will get over that stile."
"Will we?" There was amuseinent
In her voice and an intense enjoyment
of living In her expression. She
breathed the mountain air, the vivid
autumn coloring reflected in the glow of
her face. "The dfnlnant idea of one's
impression of you is that you seem to
;now what ymiu want to do and take
the shorter< line to it. Your manners
do fairly well for a westerner, but our
southern men would have said, 'Miss
Ledleigh, would you like to stroll
through the grove?' "
lie flushed slightly and knocked a
stone from the path with a dogwood
stick l-a ,:ldl cut at the foot of the hill.
"I thld you I didn't know how to talk
to woumeaon or how to be nice or
courteous. I haven't a bit of polish,"
ruefully, "but yoxf shouldn't expect
much of a man who has spent uiost of
his time on a ranch. I have been east
only t'hrd' mouths. I warned you at
SShe looked at the six feet of mascu-
Ilnity speculatively.
"Don't i:l.og.,~'i, to hna-vcn's sake,"
she said quickly. "In this day a d
,generation it's refreshing to meet a
man who knows his mind.. I am going
to enjoy this grove just as much as
you are. The fact that I didn't have
to tpink it up is fhe nicest iairt about
"I've deen p'nninIg detnis for my-
eolf and ct.-ers r ever since I joined the'
crowd df breaidwiluers. I've hbid to
plan,- t.".. ,e and dovetail! until it
make! Lie ti-re. to i'hve a waiter hand
ie a bi-; oIf fa :e anid ask m we what I'll
bar-e. I c"u:l enjoy n-.ytl.ii. tliii
w:as se-t -I:e'(v ime nrUfa::pectpdly. I
would(nt (,ve.'t balk ait chcp sey',"
with n ifttio laugh lhat had the first
tecuh of ltitterne is he had u.mtic-d in
her. .
:ie helped ler over thie Atil in the
.n.uiner df a -big man uwh Vth;.) s ,llt!e
of wom~fcl 'ua whof rlre uc'.er(c, t ieu to
t:e extant o 1 i.' afrn:.i of offcun-ing
thour by t',o great f: .,;'i :' .'. Sihe
know in her heart t'at she wouldd hnav
cli nbed ilte Stic in'"-? e -sjl b, her-
eif thn t th ithe certain ald he
n.a her, but her miind grasped the
cause cf ii ,:: < 'e.i', and his clean
wholo',c:i He.'~ wias nm: pnl!.'salint as HCre
breeze froi:n the mountain.
The ycl- ".' i.:'*,e.- fr'rlm the bickler:
trees f rnsf:' I i.n-anli tcir feet as they
weiil ftOh the '."n^. 'Itley dr;'".r:.;*d
tIeir faet clunsily, furrow :-g the
lel ', c i'i -.,.: I r: "
I-'t'it-t t \'.'n ni h ,lj l w d( h 'to ;'.t' '
lie -' ..,is.. tv l, :, t a, t,ianclm r4, i : -
'* r r;e I p I C in l iof i r : 1;

office.' rs ti,e' g.-e in'i<::-t t t' ; -'
'Ages, ce:ntrles. wvorld without e::;
to put it, inn miners, seven ca:':-
I'm afraid 'll not be ab'e to ke'ip may
position mfich longer." d"l'e ;..i
There was a g'ca'i of titerost 4In :1;
Syes. "V'ltat's the matter?"' Ie a: -e
"I don't know exactly," with a pre-
tense of Indifference. "Either the mo-
potony of it will drive me crazy or the
continual copy will get en my nerve's
until I'll throw an ink bottle at the
chief' some day' and be discharged f,)r
disorderly conduct."
He laughed at her petulance. "I
would never dream that you were af
fdieted with nerves. You make a jbke
of life and enjoy everything lik' an
overgrown child. You are the es.ieuce
of youthfulnes., yet you must be thir-
ty, aren't you?" He gave her a-frank-
ly critical look.
She selected a comfortable looking
log and sat down on it in lazy aban-
"0 maun man, do they teach you out
in the wild and woolly west that to
ask a woman's age is an unpardonable
sin ?"
'ie was filling her lap with masses
of purple flowers that grew waast deep

final*' a jarring note in the general
motif. You seem to be a living thing-
. bit of feature i8elf.;
"It's my ifoliday--my pfaytim--and I
if 1 bubble over with nonsense you I
must lay It to exuberance of spirit. I
really have a serious eide, but I don't
want to use It while I'm here. hen
you leave, ,try to forget the nonsense I
have talked. I'm truly ashamed of it."
"I'm going to remember every bit of
it," hl avowed sturdily. "I want to
keep my touch of boyhdod. I wonder
how much daring and recklessness you
have In your disposition." His face lit
up with a sudden thought.
"Ieaps, quantities, and it has been
smoldering for seven monotonous years.
I've been in office until I feel like a
latter day Vesuviui. I'm longing for
something big and real and exciting to
"Let's make something happen," he
suggested eagerly. "You don't know
me except as you see me. t don't
know you except from the vivid im-
pression of the joy of living that you
have flashed upon my rather listless
brain. I'd like to keep the touch that
knowing you has added to me. Sup-
pose you marry fie?" he finished, ab-
The mass of flowers fell from her
lap to the ground. "You are certainly
the most primitive man!" she gasped.
"Do you realize that we are absolute
strangers to each other-that you may
be a professional burglar for all that I
know and that I have a mother that
would prove afin iful mother-in-law?"
Her eyes were wide open with wonder,
but the corners of her mouth were full
of mirth.
"Think of your longing to do some-
thing unusual," he targed. "My propo-
sition ought to prove attractive from
that standpoint at least."
"It has-its attractive features"-
hesitatingly. "Marriage is something
my usuafiy intrepid spirit has never
dared. I've always been afraid the
man would prove not to be-the right
man. I have lately become resigned to
the opinion that there is no right man
for me. My a finity has so far failed
to ilnteriallze."
'I don't know much about affinities.
That's another thing that was left out
of my curriculum. But I do know that
you appeal to me, like this breezy
moiutain air, like the crisp rustle of
h6- leaves, like the stillness of these
woods. I can't take all that to the city r
with me, but you are a part of it all,
part of the joy of living. You radiate
it. Will you dare come with me?"
She leaned forward and looked him
steadfastly in the eye. "I'll dare," she'
said finally. "I rlso have reached the
61iifit ieni I ask 'What does It mat-
ter?' I will come-if you want me."
He held out both hainds, and shd fni
"hers into them unhesitatingly.
"And you are,going to risk it-with-
out knowing whether I am a profes-
sional burglar or a cab driver?" he
quizzed joyously.
"That maker it i not of an adven-
ture. If I stayed in office a year long-
er I would risk going over Niagara
falls in a barrel to see if I couldn't ex-
perience an emotion. You aren't a cab'
driver, though"-she rioted the careful-
ly tailored suit he wore--"and I don't
think you are a bartender or a floor-
walker."' .
"Do .-ou think you would like to live
on a9 ranch?" The hope that she would
. was plainly expressed.
"Love it!" emphatically. "Are you a
cowboy perhaps?"
"Not exactly. I own the ranch"-
He showed the first touch of embar-
rassment. "I know you would never
guess it. I couldn't acquire polish If I
lived ages, but the boys would send me'
here. I'm a new senator from the
wild and woolly west."
She lost her vivid color and tried to
take her hands from his.
"And I've treated'you like a school-
boy!" she gasped. "I have guyed yout,
teased you.. never would have treated
a senator so!" her voice a horrified
"I likcd It," he said simply, refusing
to let the hands be taken away. "I
liked it-immensely."
"The foolishness and-all?" her color
returning with doubled brilliancy.
"The foolishness and all," softly.
She looked at him accusingly. "Maybe
you are rich too?" She appeared hope-
less ef fresh surprises and willing to
believe anything.
"Yes, but that's not considered just
cause for forbidding marriage."
8he let her bands rest passively, her
serious side for once up ermost. '
"I can't understand," s-he said slowly,
"why you should care to risk it, why



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around/ them.
"No, the west is not artificial. Na-
ture Is the teacher. We learn to ad-
mire, but perhaps express even our ad-
miration clumsily."
Her eyes sparkled with appreciatio'i.
"That was a well turned compliment.
I'm convinced that you are a diamond
in the rough. If you were not going
away tomorrow, I might polish you up
"I'm sure you could do a great deal
in that line." He sat down beside her
and took a cigar from his pocket. "You
have already done a great deal. Hon-
estly. you've done more for me than I
thought could be done. You've made
me feel a touch of boyishness. I was
recovering from an attack of fever
when I came here. I had lost my grip
of thlugs. School might keep or be
hanged. It was all thI same to me."
"I understand. I've had the feeling
often. You had reached a point when
your query was 'What's the use?' and
your answer was 'Nothing matters.'"
"You've hit it exactly-bullseye!" He
puffed his cigar and thought how well
she harmonized with the scene-the red
of the gum trees, the carpet of yellow
hickory leaves, the purple and white
field flowers growing everywhere. She
loaned against a gray tree trunk and
held with one arm the flowers he had
piled in her lap.- High above her head
a bluck and yellow woodpecker ham-
mered away.
"This is nature, and you are the only
womIen I o'or saw who would not





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Never had the opportunity to.cultivate
the feminine- graces that one expects
from a senator's wife. You'- could aisk
much of the world. The risk was at-
tractive to me. because there was so
little that I could ask or lose. Do-you
really want me?"
IIe stood on his feet and, taking her
hands, drew her beside him.
"Lo)ok at the mountains in the dis-
tance, the valley below. Be still and
INsten to the wind In the trees. It's all
nature-the voice of nature. ,You are
partt of it. Yau are like it. The red of
your lips is a living touch of it. You-
f.el the spirit of the woods. You love
it as I do. Look at it, listen to it, and
then, (dear, if you can willingly come, I
want you very much."
The mountains were azure in the dis-
tance, the rustle of the leaves calmed
suddenly, the noise of the woodpecker
stopped, and the silence of the forest
dazed her. The blood throbbed against
her temples. Her lips parted slightly,
with a quick, indrawn breath.
She turned her face toward him. The
primitive man saw the primitive wom-
an shining in her eyes, and the soft
scarlet lips quivered when he kissed
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