Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00265
 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: January 2, 1908
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: VID00265
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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STj'. A4iIA:Ixh'-T I V.l II, t JAN. 2T4 l 9('8,



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0. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
ftepresentatives-1st District), S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
and Office-Register, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiveir II. S. Chubb, Gaines-
Atate-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, 8. W. Clark, Blounts-
Washington Countjy-Representative,
W. B, Lassitter, Vornon, County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Cletk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
Lofker; Sheriff, C. G. Alb
"-.ej)it.y,' .C. H.' laiford; -Tax
olletor, W. B. Gainer, Eenfinra;
rea slrer, I=I B.. Tiller, Vernon';
Ti Assessor, J J. Wiliams, Chip-
ley; County Superintendent, B.
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, First District, Bee Brooks;
Second District. Levi Yate-s
Third District, S.L Davis: Fourth Dis-
trict, P. N. Hutchison; Fifth Districo,
W Singletary-Justico of the
ace, John Sturreck; Notaries, W.
A. Bltm.ons, A. H. Brake.
-Sch b'l Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postm s-
ter, W. M. Conely.
Panama City--Postmaster, Taylor
Poston ,
iville- Postnmaster, J. S. Melvin.
jutiicce f the Peace, G. M B. Ifarriis.
Constabe, J. II. Daffin,
Parker-Postmaster F. M Boutello.
Notary Public, W. II. IPariier.
(allaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton--Postmastcr, Andrew Allan.
&nderson--Postmaster, S. "W Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Gay--ostmist'ress, Mrss. i. Gay.
Qmpkins-Postqmaster. Elery 'omp-
SBayhead--Potmaster,-O. C. TompKtis.
C ook-Plostmnaster, .1. J. JFowler.
-Vetappo-lPostiistress, Mrs. Dyer.
lurtee-Postmaster, James T. Murfee.

Calhoun County Crom'anton--Postmas-
er, Nortg Hoskins.
Farmidale-lPostmaster, W.. F. Wood-
; tord. *

the northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, -Bay Head aind Chfiley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. m., arrives every' day ex-
** .- ept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
S't Bay mail for Ia-Irson, Millville,
S Cromantou, Parker, lPittsburg, CookW
arindale and Wetapnto teave Sat.
Adre ws every uorning except rua-
qaj iit 5:'0. oclck, arrive, coiuagte
1' oiatit- I c to ck r. in;`
Baftpil--Ciurch \ yc'-LI iC ; ave. froTit-
n''Ig rat ft. btBSce' at 11a. n. m. an
r. A mp sniuday School every Sun
I.' itt 1110 a. im. Rev. C. L. Joyheir
iyntqude. t Episcoial-Church Wasui-
-, ington R\e. Ind Ul(estuiat s't Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. E'. tWiueiniu, pastor.
S.'rieslyiaii-- chu corner Loraine
T'i Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
Sat 9:30 ui. every Sunday, John
S Sturrock, Stpt.
". ~Ifolie---c'hurch 'corner Wyoming
Sv6. and i'ost'r St.

Parker Lodge No. M42

I regular (omlmuln ii-
c atlolis oll tile first
and t'ird Saturday
in each month.
Visiting Brothers
R. E. PALI IMlt, W. M.
D. W. NIXON, Secretary

Public for the State at LaIrge; has

jurisdiction to aduiinister oatlis, I mR
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
xieuts, etc., anywhere in Floiida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualilfid parties.
Office at the Buoy Otfice, St. Andrews
Bay. _
A. 1i. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at large Of
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
lHB and Cinciurati st, All Notarial
~ork solicited and given prompt at-
rUysIeiau and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview; offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Riuena Vista avenue.
Homoeopathic Physician aumd Accou-I
*heur. Office Pioneer .Drug Store,
Notary Pullic for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Otice atrParker, Fla.
Conveyauciiig and payment of taxes
for t!-i')O-re'aido ts. specialties.

One I)ollar a Year in Advance

Entered Sept 3. 1912, at St. Andrew
I'la., as seconJ class matter, under
Act ot Coingr-iss of March 3,1879.

P 0 RO PR I E T 0 R

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift,'5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2~e each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.
-* 1. : 7 Y
%. irrf-if,*!l.'1fira lh ii chec~d with,
-bluopcncil'it isa reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
ortlree extra numbers will.be sen
you that no break' rnjT occtw should
you choose to renew.

A wave of sadness swept over Flor-
ila, and more especially West Flori-
da, when it was learned that early on
the morning of the 23d1 ult. the lion.
Stephen R. Mallory, United States
Senator from Florida Lad breathed
his last. At his lhomei in Pensacola
where was bsc0t known lie was held
in the greatest esteem. Although
the greater part of his life had been
Passed in public service in high offi-
cial positions lie was voiC of osten-
tati in and it was a trait in his charac-
ter that no main hrdI a right to vaunt
hi.s superiority over his less fortunate
fellow man. Scrupnlously honest,
Ins life will stand out as a shining
exanijmle to others, and accord to his
memory tOe most profound respect
for hiin ;,rid lhs many virtues.
Owing to 't1 -irtregularity of the
mails, the fPeisaseoil -i papers announc-
ing th Senfiatl''s death W'ere not ie-
ceived by tll ti liivy until after its last
week'r edii:i.'i was printed,

'There is one democrat. Iowever,
w lien i.bl lwjn r:ainei ),r;. )candidate
the,republicans could' put up and his
name is John A. Johlnson.- Mr. Dry-
'ant would not say what he .thought of
hinm wlhen lie was asked about iiin
the other day, but declared that it
le should be pressed into service b)
tid party. he (iBryani) would not hesi-
tate to make the raco'-Charlestoil
News and Courier.

One cf the greatest evils of the
present time is the rapid decline ini
the efficiency of iabor. Thousands
of workmniei ale app ir'ently more in
terested in "killing time" than in
honestly enlteavoring to perform skill-
ful labor. Large nimanufactulrers ha ve
I'cpeatedly stated tliat the higher
wages they are compelled to pay, the
less work their men will turn out. A
large railroad contractor has recently
stated tliat cominuon railroad laborers
do about two-thirds as much wolk as
they did formerly at less wages.
There seems to be a spirit ahioad
in the land to push wages up and to
push efficiency down. This is fully
as great an evil as railroad rebating
and thle trany other evils that are be-
ing so loudlyvdlenounced at the pres-
eat time. Because there ihas been an
extraordinary demand for labor is no
reasc'i w'hy sflouchy \\ork should be
allowed to go unchallenged.
It is periectlv right tor labur t.) de-

Sand that capital must treat it hon- UNCLE REMUS'S DOG $TORY. location is given.
estly, but the time has come when The star feature of Uincl~ Rm s'a It shows wha-t cati be accomplished
Capital has a uerfect right to demand Magazine for Janaary is Josl Chand- by. close application and ireflecti 1n.
that labor shall be honest. let Harris's contribution to the "na- Flash was not a mathematician, nor
The wild owes no man a living Lure-taking" controversy byi ie "Sto- an astronomer, nir a theologian; lie
unless lie deserves it and a dishonest, ry of a Sell-Elucated Dog."' This"' was a financioi, lie dliL.-civ.l for
careless workman should be arraign- tale, which the distinguished writer himself the value of money, knew the
ed before the public bar of justice vouches for as being merely.an accu- difference between the smaller coins,
Sexually witl the capitalist who does rate account of things lie has seen in and he made for himself a savings,
not meeoot the honorable requirement his native town of Eatonton, Geor- bank that was above thli influence'of
of the trust reposing in his hands. A gia,-though Uncle' Remnusconfeses speculation'.
man shoul.l not be denounced because that it must he utterly unbelievable PUNK PIE N
1 lie has wealth and a workman should except by some who are familiar with About te time the nt
not be denounced- because his hands the facts-tells of the doinfs of the fact '
- are soiled with labor, but both should dog, Flash. Ioth w as fifty years of ag tleact tha
be denounced if they do not deal lion- she was fifty years of ago, an ther
estiy with t Flash, it appears hiad. ma 1ycn- -ld lad of Btontr.ai"^ i"t
estly -, it- their si.g,ni 'to "' .'-"Isiihmentu.I, which .are set tfoth intW~e iy observing her fiftieth annive.rsar
S iJs 'is to o poo 'story, but here is the most wonder fl of usefulness. This wrs Mis' Teresa
work or to '-Kill time"' as it is for ... ... , ,,
r r of his stunts as told by Mr. Harris: McDonald, and in those, fity years
a the rich man to take dishonorable .. .. .. .. ,
the rich mn to k dishonorable It is certain that Flash took par- she has been the author of' 788.400
advantage in-nits dealing All rich
Sadvantae in Iss de g All rih ticular note of the round metal tokens puddings, the composer of 2000,000
men are not rascals and all poor men by means of which the patrons of the doughnuts, and the poet of 394,000
are not honest. place-the meat market which Flash pies. It was reported in the press
Iluman. nature is a pecniar tiling frequented-procured their beef. but that a goodly portion of those pies
and if you are dishonest as a work- jist how and at what particular time, (which would, if lai, "end for end"
man it surely follow that you will be tie dogJs ed ucation was completed reach from the Old North church : to
dishonest if fortune ever throws can never be known, but one day, Walden Poud) were "puimokin" pies
wealth in your lap. B1e a true work- some one who knew him well, saw -probably about twenty-five miles of
man and when ueli demand for vwiok that instead of attending the meat them were "pumpkin" pi s, We
is lessened you. employer will not market, as usual, he was watching mention this, partly because of a
mark you tor a la) off. Duii;g all itently a group of men who were-natural fondness for statistics, which
this rush ,f work someone has been talking about something entirely for- lend a'n air of dignity and importance
keeping tab on tle faithful and skill- eign to the subject that engrossed to any subject you sling them into,
ful workman ana he will be recog- Flash's thiooghts-if he had any. and partly to advertise our wish for
nized and elpnloved, while the ineffi- nyhow a gentleman ob4'erved that more explicit information. What are
cient laborer will wauder from place l, dog was not in his usual place, rupitIN pies. Did the papers that y
to place bemoaning the fact that he and le remarked in a jovial way: reported this matter mean PUNKIN C
cannot draw about double pay for Flash you should be at the market; pies? The punkin pie, we know; a
stealing all the time e could from lhe bell han rung. Here take this piece of pnnki.i pie is a golden wedge tl
the manu facturer, builder, and penny and buy you some dinner." of joy; it brings the thought of boy- t
'aIei Now, this wav a joke on the man's hood's happy days, down on the
The lazy, shiftless timekilling a- part, but lie held a penny in his farm, of that period of existence
borer is an unmitigated curse and de- hand, and, to his sur-pise, the do when, going to the pasture on frosty
scrveg nothing but contempt. lie came forward, took the copper piece mornings, one warmed his bare feet
has had his day of opFprtuuity and in his mout i, and went running to at the spot where the cows had been
deliberately throw away his manhood the. market. The meat-seller was lying all night; it associates itself
for living an easy time with big pIay. serving some one, anii so 'Flash had w'itlt recollections of cider, country
-Minneapolis Illumiinated World to wait with what patience he could, school ma'ams you worshiped and (
Life. When his opportunity came, lie put didn't dare tell it to, stone bruises

PROHIBITION IN MAINE his forepaws on the meat bench, and and spelling bees. There is no vir '
The lTi -Union publishes a re- leposited the penny where the man tue in the man whose sensations,
.ort of fifty eminent men front all could not fail to see it. 'Tlhe seller gustatory and sentimental,, do not I
setionrof tyie -oounivn o, z o.i-(iC saur-i p\ s esoIBd to pttiki Ab Butr PuimrrKI
1893,"to secue a body of acts wich ga the dog much more than a pen- pie?-now WHAT is that? We don't
may serve as a basis for intelligent any'ss worth. know; but we have our suspicions; is t
public a.d private action to collect VWhon thle dog had disposed of his it not something sad, made out of
and collate impartially all accessible marketing, he returned to the group squash and sweet potatoes, and sold
facts which bear upon the liquor in front of the hotel, secured another over the counters of lunch rooms?- t
problem, and to seenre for the e"i- penny and repeated the perforrimance. Don Marquis in Uncle Rmuas's Maga- l
dence thus accumulated a measure of After that, he wus the wonder of the zine tor January.
confidence oil the part of the commu- town, and he thrived and fattened on t
nity which is not accorded to parti- his re;-utation for several weeks. But "I trust this may be read by many t
nity ic is not sufferers from kidney and bladder trou- s
san statements." one day a di nmmer gave hiim a dime, bles" writes Mrs. Joe King, of Wood-
The voluminous report, necessarily and when the dog perceived that for lnd, Tex "I suffered four years and
Should find nothing to ilve even tempo-
abbieviated by an executive commit- a dime he could purchase eyer so rary relief. Our druggist at last induc-
tee of the Business Men's Association so much more than a copper piece ed me to try your 30 days treatment of
Pineules for $1. This one bottle has
of the city of Jacksonville ought to would command, he refused to accept cured ineand money could not buythe
convince any one of the futility ol any more pennies. He would take a value it has ben tome." Guaranteed.
.b Sold by W. C. Holley & Co,
attempting to suppress the liquor penny in his mouth by way of being
traffic titrough prohibitory enact- polite, but he would immediately squirrels In Mlissouri.
meant, as shown by the results in eject it atin gaze so earnestly at the Squirrels are gepi'r::lly thickeort in
Maine, the home of the birth of the giver, wagging his tail the while, the heavy hickory timber in l1 b1h
tracts of oveicup oaks. When1 tliesi-
.moveement, where it has Lbeu tried for .that it was almost impossible to re crops have borne but sli"!ht!y the
the past forty years, and where, tlie. si"t his mute appeals. Hie would squirrel transfers his feedi.!!;i ,o'-uiinl;
report shows. no less intoxicants are take nickels and dilmles, but some- to t1he willow^ oak ',ts. w'titre ', 1 io!:i
d!inte of thesa:. small ;IcIf l s II'::i;i s Ie m ,
consumed anil tlie proportionate ar- times whlien lie was not hungry, lie fir," the l :,k c, f ohil i.r ii es. !Int if i:
rests for drunkenness .have increased would fail to go through his favorite rfaincr lies p!ovwed up a tract of ric'
'rather than diiuniuished, performance. Instead, lie would take raiIi l l';1 : I 1 n(l tl it i:i <'rill
cliit' e l:' gy ':' y S i+mi ti'oI 'i t'; ;.- tI '.- !.a i
ia lie die di or the nickel in his mouth il, nut 'op w's liiu 1 vri. ('i,:!;iio
Governor owad hasapp ted and disappear arounii the corner. For diet : ad levies ti; eI d,, ;.ir I:' u
lion. Wiliiam J. Bryan, a gifted at- a long time this movenient was a on i, raanr \eho i,: ,ad [i0,, aii
trney, of Jac o villa to succeed d ity to i a li i t:t :
t ney. f Jac so vi t succeed mystery, but after a\lhile it was dis- )I(> ;a:;:(:C're'i to hiill rr'. (4') ;:: :'' .
enatoi r M allow ry for-the unexpired covered that lie buried the money, Gra, s. ,:i ii:' ;'i t i; ; '
tem i te Uted tates enat but no1 one ever found his place of dc- fist gray of d tv. itl : ':,
of 10 a, in. Alter lhint tib"3v a'-e*> 1i:>i
Remarkable work is reported as be- posit. Another dog would have bli- seen ag;in until 4 i) in1 :i vol.:
inug accomplishlied on the Panama ac- tried the meat, out Flash had gentle windy days few stir ibouit. During
al. .Laughi, i i exav tes i i the nlltting season they are very g;'li
nal. Enough irt was excavated tastes aud reined aits when tie, an during the latter prt .an-
frolm the line of the canal last month p'arid to all other dogs; and it i" only uary, while watching the mnlalards
to cover ten city blocks to the depth to compare Flash with onlini:try dogs drop into the willow oak flats, they
Sfoly feet. that thi riCf hi to y ,i sel -ed sc impered all around us, and hardly
a tree bhut held a band of these run-

WV. H. Milton President.


J. M. Dillon, Vice President.



CAPITA L, $200O, O0000.

ai:ng mi vi'.n~i;ts. O(tten tlluey Isotdly re-
,iii',,', \ 'it;h:;i ti1 ylrdr of uis. In the
i.al i'v te iroil wm.r of man and
IImake ')d s!wAet !:g ais they run and
juillp frol'n tree to tree, a:J they seldom
!ie still nM l lm'n:it one to walk all
aroundl their tree. like the fox squirrel
of tlhe hil!;.- -Forest :ind Stream.
-/ Fi-rproofed by Waier.
;'"Tid yono ever seo' woox d what wuldut
not lhnrni?". siid tthe sailor.
"!i. yes. Ther''s Irier. pipe lule
y-ou know, anld there's ii'onwo:lo;la ni
But the snilo'r literruptd i impatiently.
"No. no." he, s:1id. "I m"1ine ordinary
wood. pine, this .heor'e"
And ilh drew fro!: hlils pocket a piece
of ancient look kiin pn:le. lie applied
wvental maitthie! s to it..atiTl as he pre-
dirt.J^hei ,' i'c eu! hi itt eknilk o Q,',
!)ut onmly Ihn.ei'ciw d it a; little.
"'This pieces of 'pine," lie sa id. "has a
-tri:u! r', toryV It w\vs fitreproofed by
w' ter. It wvIas prt of' a whaleboat,
:ind once xv'ihn a Ithalrpoon was stuck
into a hi:- while the Ine foulled, tlhe
!'ilel nill J ;:lp d for thr "ir lives 'ald the
wh;ie in:1i:e a In;d pIpl : '. ,::nward.
ih' -iis n' !1!v Ihoat ddown" ,thiild It.
IDown. dlowu, it went. 'I!hey v tlho'ght it
-,ouli' never eo::e nip again. It In ade
i lot of fth-es terrific pluiinges nnid dives,
tnhen it (li!shed off faster 'n lightniu',
'mt it died in the end, anl the whaler's
own got it, and *they got back their
')olat too.
"Tl;i wood of the boat was all like
this here. h1:Ird as iron. What had
harl'dcnid it was tile pressure of the
water. SchntiiCe codgers said the
whale most have carried the boat
down Ih.alf a mile or more to change
the t1iber of the wood like that."-New
Orlenns Timces-Democrat.

No need to fear coughs and colds this
year as yon can obtain Bees Laxative
CouFgh Syrup now from your dealer.
This is good news to mothers who tear
'roup and whooping cough. It is a gen-
le laxalive but expels the poison from
he system in the natural way. Cuts
he phlegm and clears the head. Guar-
anteed. Soldby WV. C. Hollcy & Co.

Syn-!'-os T!-,;t Express Affection;
Wh,! ;it n h,.. iutn old world this
would be if it were ntot for the s'm-
)ols; Turkvey t ,-U:u ... iig. (he
;tock h(ins lhuni. at the blindly t'replace
o' ov'ir ti+e lacki of a c(lii' at C'h:'ist
runs, thei rnihitsi andl ey'::s at Easter,
lie pennies under one's iNte( on his
jbilthd,'y--tlesae oh! imake Leelieve- gen
r'ully sweeten our lives anld ni:!:e us
better, gentler and strouger Icwn and
women. So thelu a we'dliung co(iues
nto oir 'rcfl't nild wj ;ill ~,oik our.
*\-1ve. 'ltf f i'r lte i':','i <" ',':,. t'riljer
nnak-Imng gwi-ts ind decom:iting the
church or earning money to buy mn-
terial and nmiaint:tin the family pride
with our gifts, witen a;ll this Iu over
mind the hrI'ie'j s ni.o!'w, l i- hI;s (-:led and
he gUi!(-'ts l:I'.' 1 tcl: vw' t aI sweet lit-
tl girl she was. t'lwi We gh; t!her with
laulghti1er in o '.11u ,es :Inl d a il: at our
hteaits and: tlirwiv r'p ;i'id old !shoes
nld Ill sorts of fo>li'tin'ss nfter the
two who are looki'.:,g so hopefully into
hle high noon of their lives. It is all
s -nybolnliea. Surely it is more worth
while than the firi'crac.kei's of the
Fourth of July. Maylle it is as luch
so as the Thauksglving day turkey or'
the Easter ralbb)it.--Washn!:gto:l Timnes.

At the :.'tincE,
The orchestra' fl'-: icl wiilth a ( r;:-h
paused a moment liad I't!,'n. ais thie
liginty were d:Ir! c..I. ;arterld n
sprightly curtain r;i'a-pr.
There was an in'r..'lr oed r)"n'.l"''''!:i
tlronghout the i ose_- f'oi)pli liltrryinl
to their e t ffIs. takiltt f rng of l.,r Ir-
in.g to get in n a i;'t \or,. l'efotrel Iti
curtain rose ad a rlittelr 'of exIl-e-
rcie t and expI4e:'.::PI wi- i'n ut i 'f
r th : t f i,, (i tiii.
Above t!it (Oii";i,:,.' t v, Viic<,'-s were
Slie.;ile i beMhind i:>-.
"Now. look ,f '-' I 1 1,'1,m.r. sht )in
ways wa;its untIIl li' l, i IZi1; I i
take off her In;,,
"I have nothi:-l :::t. 1:hl 11i < m ,.!1
:'w any oaiV wh n:(.x ,Ito ,I-t.-w off n '
Sii ,lih na ^ d .' ", .. t. o ..;
'i: o't worki, i l ini :.hin,: to ih,.' I
"O f unrlse tl::i: i-: li\t:it's thie iv.
Now., for my p! i-r i d,'i otl lIt i'' 'L
!ho;ws g!lt o i. ti- t ti L ,i:,t- u ';
jut;u-t for I n!) 1 .' A i'', i iF'
tia ',it deat, ni-m or , .**' "
"It I- Ire iy Is. ,( ih i pi' .'
ih'mec is Mrs. Lleh::' I : ,t: .-c ''t' wn.' :
to s nhow ny-elf Ma!i;.r lil tIlt' sti'.ildil
they linv e hnd."
"W ell. I should s;'. isit. j"l" t i'6;'rt
g,)es hie certain. rl e witii iiiave Io
keep still."
lutt they didn't.--Chicago Recor(-'.
Hera d.

To stop that piin in the back, lha.
stiffness of the joins and i lmusc(es, tak
Pineules. They aroi, uarantoed. D)i't
sutffr from rheumtal't i. I'ac tac, id
ney trouble, when you g<-et 30 daylu
treatment for $1.00. A singIle dos-. :t
bedtime proves tIh-ei' orit. G t then'
today. Sold byv W. (C. HToll,y & (Jo.

Ancient Cw'etmetts,-
Some sweetmenlhts have for c(nturie e
remained unchanedin their :ronL)pos-I-
tion. The custards and omelets of .500
yeirs ago still remain <'hiana;id.
Again, centuries ag;.o !ti ,f !lppo.
parsnip, etc., weree dipped i'. buttOr '
and fried just as we make our bel-
giets. In th6 fiftenuth century "to munk
payn pardleu" flie cooks fried "piryn.-
mayne or fresh bred" and soused It
with yolks of egg- sweetened. In th'
cookery books of touty we find "paiti;
perdu" means slkets of stale )bread .
soaked In mlk, tthun dipped in beate..
egg and.fried in hIiling fat und served'
hot In 'ustard.--Blackwood's aga-

-Lord Carrington when' govnruwn o
New South Wales iitrde his first pub-
lie appearance ut Ile mayor's dinner
qt Sydnmm_.Ha trPytIasl M&w ,
aordti t pSe r.'mE *; t'itvr~,il'
reply to the toa i ir Iris hboelth and
then slti down. f Isfied witf hblmufi' (.*pp1it o hila
there sat an M1. P \ls lUtid isuri.red.
long from the al'i.!n;l::t eloquitmnee of
the newy governor's p'redo.tssor 'Allied
Lord Carrfngtoti s-:' Idouwt tIhe mau
filled his glass to t!h' il' i hli it.s id.
"Thank the Lord. lit cii't shiui;"

*Just a pil. .
"Beg pardou. sir." said the awkward
waiter, "but was that last meal on
"Not all of It, garcon.." replied the
guest as-he nmeek!y rubbed, hIs mniuch
spattered trousers; "only the soup."-
Pittsburg Press.

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S0h-l bour of spelling lesson,
bier of tile p[rilary 'grade
I, -.:;! '.-ig 0 the woris while the
,. 'r per'us in front of her labori-
it.. \. ,'i l- l n down. Accor'ling to
1 i ,-'toio! s$h1,' al'ted fior vol-
Sword as it was

ow. w;.. cn tell me what

a long period of silence,
.. ....i went up.
", .'ohnny. you may tell us what

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'C'"r "'vlt'ti yourl

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The mt(. Tarpon arrived ftotnl the
south at 7:00 t,'clock a. m., Friday.
At 10:15 o'clock a. m. yesterday
she arrived from. Mbile and Pon-
The saclr. Lucy II, artited ftont
Penanci~h, on Thurday of last *teek,
and nails out again today, for that
;)ort with a full cargo of naval stores.
The sihr. Cleopatra, sailed for Pen-
Bacola on Sunday afternoon, last.

Carrina trit East Bay Mail between St
Andrew., etappo anl intermediate
points. Leaves St, Andrew daily (ex
ipt Sundai at 5:00 ao m,; arrive at
We ap ot 1 t2:301 p, mn. leave Wetappo
4. kIkSUp. m ar~lIes at- St, Andrew at
I 7.'j.( im, Ma4kheii landings reglarly at
SPanumlit COty rotTgfat.re, Iarker. Cal
fawra. Cooit Allautofn and Farmdale,.
Freight landed at any postollco whar''
For plssenger and freight rates, see
.rite card In tha several postofllces.
F. A. W\ITHaIHLL, Manager.

A WilE'.i WiATHBR.
The following table record, the mttx-
imum, minnhnul a ahd mean te'mpera-
tures,-the rainfall and direction of the-
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U..S

ateI...I.. I a | ; a Rain. Wind
Dec..25 56 32 44 .00 ne
26 61 34 47 00 e
27 6 4-1 53 .00 e
S' 2864 58 61 .94 e
'69 69 64 1.95 se
80 71 61 66 .24 -w
3164 44 54 -00 e
l62 47 55 13.13

The Grip. .

e t have suffered ourselves. No one


S. Made and Deliv red Within a
'; Week. "

Tle Grip.
"Before we can sympathize with others
we Ions't have suffered ourselves." No one
ean realize the suffering attendant upon
an attack of the grip, unless he has had,
the-aW fl cT n ..' Thre I7>ff lably
no disease that causes an much physical
and mental agony, or which so success-
fully defies medical aid. ,Alh danger from
the grip may I-e avoided hy tie prompt use
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Among
the tens of thousands who Lave used this
remepy, not one case has ever been re-
Sported that ban resulted in pneumonia or
tnal has not recovered. For sale bly all
nmLedicine aealors..
I~ c
A I.org C'eo;J.
rt s vi.l, .i \w;, w rp;illrin r ate
mai ll Iln i li I !, w retvtwl'eft hy lhisl
l l.' aI11 ;>..*i-eli I lrl trl p lro u- With '
el n'w hir-',il i ir:nlin hftitre. I"ortu
S ) I:l?,i 'Jy he hItdl riot 4tu'lint,'l 1pi tlie ;ga.
iud-as t' lSe r r tis, nilc i closed he
i -itl y I-l I':,i onil f aidtt rPjoihc il his
frh-:sd- .ti *hc 'lth Two .i n ll^err
lie again wm."ied!it hiis wrt houte and
'i ktil ," liltA ers o)tn rei-blng the bed-
""'!i"i' Sh didn't notlce it". sahl he.
.-hne'ktfltf tMo l)litslf "RSh's still scold-
fi;''--G(llnsg,,w Hlertld,.
T Much r.pmrecsqd.
F'r' er.,r of Natural history (at the'
oKW- lIn the nnliml clreatiol some of
flw wortWks i nature 011 au with awe
P iid I.idiiiration for 'their stuppildots
-.rt :!l wel.ght And the. colossal pro-
prthnitr;i on wflTleb they nre modeled.
Hiere, for Ittitutwh. Is the hippopota-
ntigl t(it.gyi Punpl-Aln't he cute?-
Hilttit:i - Am Xorlican

An" Irvir.cible Intruder..
"Thrlrc tir.- tIts of things worFlt tha-;
r iugt Ifd,, ,iirw.v ."
*"Yt,.." unswllrrl MIfs Cayenne. "but,
t's -hard -to gtrt mont of them unlea
Froi have th' nminey f6git"'-Wnshling.
m Star. *..
' -
; Whylt it- Stranger.'
"Truth Is stranger than fictli;'.
luotef the wise guy.'"
'oThat's became we don't get suffi-
feontly weIl aeiqairted with it," added
t1. simple ntige.-"Philadelphila Record
' *". "

-bouvenil Bodi ot St Andi'et, .0c
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's.
-Colored and plain souvenir postal-
cards with St. Andrew scencs at the
Buot office
-Fashionable souvenir baronial en-
'telopea embellished with beautiful
Florida snowy heron1 at the Buoy office.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm
printed on good linen uaper, 25c per
dozen: also blank receipts-100 precepts
in a block, 10c each. at the Bnov office
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, vert
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets I a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
best ink. Economical permanent. abso-



J, H.II Ul IOli0 *iWt U I

* -I $15,000.

f. BULLOCK, Cashier.

Judge L. J.'REEVES.

Your Patronage i Respectfully Solicited.
L* .' ,

lUtlty inUeJllile, convenient,, niUon-clru-
-Dr. Harley Cawtbon, Dentist, of
DeFuniak, will be at Dr. Lee's office in
Millville for ten days, beginning Janu-
ary 6th, prepared to do all kinds of
Dental work, and fully guarantees
-Mrs. H. Loriane, who fell on the
Presbyterian church steps and was se-
riously hurt, several weeks ago, is still
suffering from the effects of the fall,
and has practically lost the use of one
of her arms, as yet
--_fandsome letter heads with 3t.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buens
VistaP l'utt, at 8c peie dozen; alo, map
of the 8t. Andirews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B'iot Office.
--Pareer lodge No 142 F;& A. M will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clo'ck'p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pa ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida fdsmafdidthat visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership frtoi their hoice lodge and
a fuilvl iaid up recerut for dtie's,
-As illustrating the condition of our
Northern mail service, the Buoy has
just received a reply from an im portant
letter sent to New York, mailed here
and bearing the St. Andrew stamp, De-
oembefr 14, and the Chipley stamp, De-
cember 19, 6, p, m.-Only fividays to
make the fifty miles from St. Andfrews
tQ Chipley.: Persons who get their
mail from as far as Sa'i Fnng ceo to
New York in less time than t"iaT can
imagine the convenience for doing bus,
iness under these conditions:
h-Justico Sturrock was called by tele-
phone to Millville, last Saturday, owing
to tbe absence of Justice Harries, to
administer justice to a number of ne-
grees,- &rPested for stealing, gambling,
and breaches of the .peace, generally.
On being arraigned for trial o~e was
remiihded to await action of the county
oourti one paid $1 and costs of sl'
months in jail with hard labor for car
rving concealed weapons; three went
to jai-for gambling, and one for using
profane and obscene language in public.
Juotise Harries had, on the day previ-
ous been called away to attcndito some
-legal matters in Pensacola.
-r-A St. Andrews'gentleman, as to
whooe veracity no question can be rais-
ed, advises the Buoy that, in a conver-
sation.a few days ago with Mr. Boyer,
of the German American Lumber Comr
pany, he asked him if there was any
truth in the report that his company
had come to an agreement- with the
management of the A. & St. A. R. R,
,that that road was to run into Millville,
and his reply was that, the report was
Correct and that the road would cer-
,tainly run into and have a station at
that place ,Further than this, all re-
Ports agree that there are several hun-
dred men and- teams at work on the
road, and that there is only a short gap
remainsito be closed between the pres-
ent terminus of the A. & St A. and the
'G. A. L. Co.'s roads; but the heavy
rains of the last few weeks has una-
voidably retarded the work. So there
you have it-the agreement part right
from headquarters; and if that infor-
matlon is not reliable, the Buoy is at a
loss to know what would be.
hard to Please.
'George, dear." said the-newly made
wife,, "if you became a Mormon or a
sultan and were allowed six wives,
whom would you- choose for the other
George was diplomatic.
"I'd select." he replied, "five dupli-
cates of your own pretty self."
"Oh. you uittty thing!" she sobbed.
"When \we were engaged you often
said there wasn't- another girl in the
world ie me!T'
"But. my dear Gertrude," he replied,
""It was you who suggested the prob-
lem. ad. anyhow., I should nIever be
come a Mormon or a sultan."
"Ob. yoru wretch!" she shrieked;
"*Tiu bemia that If you found any oth-
ers like me you wouldn't marry them!
I'll pack my trunk now and go home
to mother."'
It wasmo the first tiff.-London An-
swers. "


The Town St. Andrew


The L'rocee(lings Har mononis
Throii' hol t
Pursuant to the time appointed
by advertisement 59 of the 68 voters
rer iding within the bonds of- thl
pr',pised ift1'orporation assembled at
War's Hall, anil proceeded to busi-
ness, by calling Mr. J; H. Driuumond
to the chair; and Mt. Martin G. Post
to act us secretary. The advertised
call being read, the work proceeded
by the appointment, by the chair of
Geo. W, Bturber, ar., John Sturrock
and A. H. Brake as inspectors of
,votes. A motion to incorporate the
Town ot St. Andrews, was decided is
the affirmative by a vote taken by
calling the names of those entitled to
vote, resulted--ayes, 54. noes, 3. Tlhe
name having been thus decided, the
prA vision for a seal was next in ordet,
and it was decided, by ballot that it
should be "Incorporate Seal, Town
of St. Andrews," the vote being,
ayes, 49.
Nomination for Mayor then being
Sin order, J. H. Drummond and A. H.
Brake were named, and a ballet by
roll-dall being had, resulted-
J. H. Drummond, 43.
A. HI. Brake, 4.
S G. M: West, 3.
The stat) law provides; that, not
. less th!ir,, five, nor more than nine
Saldermen be chosen, and it was deci-
ded to organized with five.
t~e oiff lowing gentlemen being
put in nomination, the vote ood/
Leland Vickery, 42.
SJ. T. Gwaltney, 41,
G . Surber, jr., 41,
L. fi. Ware, 40.
E. B. Smith, 28.
V. G. Mitchell, 27,
--. L. Joyner, 7.
A. H. Brake, 7.
S Messrs. Viekery, (twaltuen, Ware
SSirbet, and Smith, were declared
e'let ed, c
The office of ClerK, bl'eitg next t.
be filled. J. R( Thbmpsin wasichoset
withlonu oDposition by a 38 vote.
SThree eadidaler were putit noiw
inatioi for the office of marshal and
the vote restilted
Otlway Ware, 9.
S.. P. Moates, 12.
S C. H., Dantord, 5.
Mr. Ware was declared ele'eted.
The chair then aurltoneced that
Stlhere had been some expense incurred
int taking legal advice,- a:dfertistfhg
etc.' and as the ihcoTpoiation was
-without funds, it would be necessary
t make some provision to meet th<
SSeveral gentlemen at once voluni
Stentred to contribute liberal amounts
and a motion was made and carried
for a roll call. to ascertain how much
could be raised. Thereupon each one
present contributed as much as hisi
circumstances would permit; but sev-
eral had already left the hall and it
was decided that they should also
be called upon, and up to the present
writing $129.00 bhas been subscribed.
If there should be any who have
not been called upon, it will be appre-

Jnc. C. Pitts.
T. E. Gainer.
B. F. Carter.
A. C. Gilbert.
T. F. Tiller.
G. M. Myeres

The Determination of Its Relation to
Mental States.
In addition to those bodily move
ments which are called "voluntary'
various bodily phenometir which are
clearly lunvoiluntary accompany violent
Inmeuntl excitement: The blush of
Thalue, the distinctive tlushes of joy
intl of anger, the pallor and sweat of
iear, the tears of g;:ief a:d the "creep-
ing" ow' theeflesh provoked by hor-ror
ire fauilliar examples. The resplra-
SLion Is qulikened by ~-oy and retarded
by anxiety.. and the feeling of relief
Sfuds- expresSion lu a deep sigh. Vio
- int emotions often disturb the diges-
tion. The hturt "bounds with joy." 1;
paralyzed, by horror. "leaps to the
throat' in terror. The connec'tion-be-
tweveni rre thert atnd the emotions is so
unt;mate that the heart ewwas long re
S:nuided as the sent of the soul.
Most of these involuntary physical
.of1('oail:tnits of .i4ental excitement are
i;: ou;ht about by a speciakpart of the
I srvous s:ytem, the sympathetic nerve
tIad lt4 bilft:bes. which ramify to ev-
''ry part of the body. The best known
'):':an(tes are those, that govern the
S:latUliion of the blood vessels, which'
'.re" Ipt'o;f 'idl. ,1 ffo-'d by 6-iehtal
:~ttes. These phenoinena are 4tuscepti-
)iJe ofiysat't quaIntitatlve tc( terlnlnarii on
'y : effis of f itf tnethod devised by the
It'l:;f-tif h)Tysfo1oi'.sf M'6idso. The result
Is fah'Iy :accr;'ate l~easuremeat of the'
- var;:itioin of blood' supply ild the brain
' T'h s"ilj'fict ig laid on ft board which
is L'alanc-d on fulcrum at the center
f 1irl.-litt- wlhel'f toIe slTbject to (l1uies
and ui .:!i.turli- the board lites horfzon
tal. N6w. if au UIl'nla.3ant sensation
o' emotion is Induced in the subject
s: hiead IM itnfvoluntartly elevated, in-
dicatltig diminutiont in the quantity of
iblo0od i fthe brain. An agreeable sehf-
sation of emotion produces the opposite
effect.-Sclentlfic American.

t Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a poul-
i tice,.draws out inflammation and poison.
Antitepiic healing. For chapped hands,
l ips, crits, burns. Sold by W. C. IHolley
& Co.

Shey Was Too Quick.
S She hlad buried three husbands, and
-the forthr ,lay cold White the under-'
tankir ilasdurWd him. She was known
In tlhe Kentish village to have put
, aside something more than husbands.
"It isnt p'r'aps the right time to men-
tion such a matter." said the under-
tfker to the widow, "but if you was,
e thinking of taking a fifth'"-
"Now, that comes of beingg rfit6cipl
tous." replied tTe widow. "I've just
took the barber what come to shave
t the corpse."
Misfress-Did any one call while I
was out?
/New Girl-Yes, mnum; Mrs. Green
"Did sle seem disannointed when

ciated if they will come forward and you said I was not at home?"
donate wat they feel tt the c "ell, she did look a little queer, but
donate at they feel that theI told her she needn't get cross about
spare, so that lthe town can start out It,- 'cause it was really true this time."
with no indebretneas.
1 he meeting was a most harmoni- Blank er Powers.d
Blank waf accostetl by a fellow citi-
ons one, and if there was any, dissat- zen the other nItht, who said: "I
isfaction it was not made apparent. heard yone wife lecture. Her power
of diction is wonderful."
he Mayor has already been swoir "Yes, fair. But it's nothing to her,
into office andt the others elected also power of contradiction."
have been, or will be at once.
And while St. Androws is not a Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid
1. ,Them.
city, it aapires to the dignity of an in- oe tal h their origin in or
S** More fatalftir- have their origin in or
corporation, and everyone feels that result from ,- 'cold than from any other
it will not bo many years till it will cause. This fact alone should make
shed its baby clothes, and assume the peIople niore careful as there is no d inger
garments of a full-fledged metropolis whatever from a cold when it is properly
treated in tt e beginning. For many years
A Waiting GImc. Cliamnberlnin's Cough Reanedy-has been
"If he treats you so mean. why don't recognized as the: most'promi-pt and ef-
you ,tet a dlivr t' ?"' fectual medicine in use for this disease.
"I'm waiting for his business to pick It acts on nature's plan, loosens the
up so that I can get enough alimony to cough. believes the lungs, opens the se
make it worth while."--San Francisco creations atd aids nature in restoring the
ca system to a healthy condition. Sold lby all
Rank "Foolish ness. medicine dealers.
"When attacked by a cough or cold, ak
ir when your thro.tt is sore; it is rank
foolishness to take any other medicine The Sower Has
than Dr. Kng's New Discovery," says No Second Chance
C. O. Eldridge, of Empire, Ga. "I have Good-senso says make the most
used New Discovery seven years and 1 of the rst
mow it to be the best remedy on earth FER
or coughs and colds, coup and all lung
",d throat troubles. My hhildrea are SEE S
subject to cronp, but New Discovery have made and kept Ferry's Seed Busl.
subject ness tho Iargcst in the world-merit tells.
quickly cures every attack." Known Ferry's Seed annual for 1908
he. world over as the King of throat tell the whole Seed Story-sent FREE for
e world over as the Kngof throa theasking. )Don't sow seeds till you get it.
md lung remedies. Sold under guaran- 0. M. FERRYa CO., Denoir Mie.
ee at A. H. Brake's store. 590 and $1.-
'rial bottle free

WASHINTroN, Dec. 14, 1907
Editor the 'lloy, St. Andrew, Fla.
Dear Siri I will tke pleanlre in
sending to any address in your coun-
ty a package of tobacco, seed, either
the Sainatra seed, for ,planting tniler
shade, or tie Cuban fillgr for o ten
planting. I will also send tobacco
literature with each ptdckage of seed.
A postal card from such citizens, ad-
dressed to me here, care House of
Representptivos, will meet with a
prompt response in sending the seetil
The department here required this
method of me in sending out tobacco
Please ptblish this letter for the
information of tlhe people ot your
county. Very truly yours,
M. C., 3D DIST. FLiA.

Por the Jatnuary term of lthe County
Court of Washingtou county, Flor-

over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now nroddrn science proves that nearly
'11 constitutional diseases have their begin-
iing in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
jy first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
nd the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp=Root, the great kidney remedy is
.3on realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
iad is sold on its merits
Sa!rdruggi'ctsin fifty- .
ent and one-dollar siz-
s. Y'ou may have a
anmpl2 bottle by mail Iome of Swamp-Root.
ce, also pamphlet telling you how to find
ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Si-nion this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
A C'. Binwhamton, N. Y.
hon't makeny oesBu!ms, but reanemlcr
the name, Swamp-Koet, Dr. Kilmer's
9 wamp-Root, and the address. Bingham.
oa, N. Y.. on cverv bottle.

wonder why the Earth moves, write to the auhor for .
description of It; It shows the true motions of matter. Ad';

ade' to -Buld Aew Ialnaes A trial Will
make yo'G our pErmanenet eu tomer.
Prize Collt l Radish, 17 varieties; Lettuce,
ff --y, 12L kihd; Tomatoes, 11 the
Sneat; Turnip, 7 aplO.ndid; Onion.8 best varistie; 10
SBpI fl- wcrlnr Bulb--(.-<5 varieties iun all.
Wmoe t-dfavf Moiofan this Papers
,SE1~ND i0 CENT8 W -'
to vpost ag and 7)c ing nd receive this valuable
Scollcetl on of Seeds ipostpaid. together with my new
Instruetive, teautllni tSeed andl Plant Book,
tells all about the Beat varieties of Seeds. Plant et

02 0a.7

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf

A Haunted Library.
One of the most Curious "banntings"
occiiirs iHi a liorthern castle of great
antiquity VNlfre MIli'y. quleet Of Scots,
rested w tliiTl "le wits biting tonveyed a
prisofier through Eng11 t'd. It is, mni-
rested in the lil)rary iid t:ikes tlh'
form that the books ca iiiot he kept lu
or('er. They move )about or.; re moved
!,out; from shelf fi .iilf. if you ar-
: :;, the iv'wrks, orf Sh;ke:-4'a re lin
'*net o:-dt) i' h) on l'e slielf, by next
:'!in):fil tile \votiille( s rei scnttered aliny
'::Vw o(, different slw-lve:s This has
:owne on f.or years At (!iTereiit times
h!i' libi;alry hlis L.een searched and lock-
d,. \watchles linve been set all night.
-ervalints hnve iolne ind .gone. Int the
il-yteriolis cwouirrence goes on and is
vouched for not only by the family.
but by the guests-who have stayed in
the house. There Is ho legend to ac-
count for it.-London Modern SocietY-
It Does the Business
Mr. E. Chamberlain of Clinton,
Maine, says of Bucklen's Arnica Salve:
"It doe's the business; I have used it for(
piles and it cured them. Applied to an
old sore it healed it without leaving a
scar behind." 25c. at A. H. Brake's

Crowded .O tc.B Vain Man.
"I went into the office looking like a
fright." said thfe woman. "I didn't
have a chance 'to straightetu my -hat
or prlt nmy hair or ntt thing. I had in-
tended to prinip goiirg up in the tle
vntor, but tire was a mnan stnndinig
befroe (eich tniv'1dr twirling liTs N til's
tache, and I couldnlh't evel get a peelp
ai t 'self."--New York Press.

Inr.ocent ChildioSd.
Lite WiliAlni ly.v !ntheri has hliar~-.
f (, t\ t o N I I t rt ic little .Jilun;r:.
"l'full h11i3l o S i';ti): V3,g X iv l l vei a11
;ii e o er y o'" i i h er 'ly fttei "il
t am- Well. mry fate llie iakes r1rior
Ioney thali; your t'nther. le doesni)
o f 11t the shop -Oi)ht'inliai .

---l l~---L~---
A Wife's DarSam.
"'St-p up, wi'ey. yoi 3 and the chit
J[et," Iw4i0e(l Mr <(oodfellow, "and
.1 a'i pair of shoes apiecer n ll l t
have another pair. They won't hurt
you any."
And then Mrs. GOodfellow awoke.-
Pittsburg Post.

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

P. P. P., Lippman's Great Remedy
Is the greatest blood purifier in the
world; superior to all sarsaparillas, for
the cure of scrofsofula in its worst form;
goitre, hip disease, swelled neck, rur.
ning sores and sores in Chdevyes.
P. P. P. makes a sure and permanent
cure. -,
Miss Tda Hastings, Savannah, Ga.,
says shq was suffering all the torture of
a terrible case of serafula, and no relief
could be obtaided.until P. P. P.: Lip!p-
man's Great Remedy was tried; the re-
sult was a complete cure.
For sale by All 'Druggists.
A Curt Reply.
A story Is told of Professor Masson
when editor of Macmillan's Magazine.
It refers to the, days when Kfngsley
and, Newmr were engpige]l in.their
F1lnous pa|n llnLilet war. Cu'tsclonia o0
the excellence of an article on the sub-
ject of the controversy which he had
written in the au;:g:zilre, Masson ven-
tured to, bring- It under the notice of
Newainn; but he was niot prepared for
the reply he received. although he aft-
erward spoke of if with philosophic
hiboirt. Newman's la0ouic message
was In words such as these: "1 have
not heard of your magazine, and your
name conveys no Impression to 0iy
mind."-Westrlusrter Gazette.

Over Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

AJtl.he blpod in your.body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
r The kidneys are your
% blood purifiers, they fi'
1 1 ter out the waste or
i mpurities ihithe blood.
if they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
0 i their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
---e blood, due to neglected
kidney ftroube,
Kidney trouble causes qufrk or unsteady
heart beats, and mak-es one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is




W; C, J3EAROtd Mastetr

icsday,i8:30 p m. Pensacola.
wednesday, 4:00 p. in; St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8.00 ai. i
wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Milville,, Wednesday, 10:00 a. n
.ursday, 9:00 a. sn. ApaIltthicbla, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
SCairrabelle, Thursd iy, 12:00 10orn
onday, 6:00 p. n. Mobile. Monday, 6:to a. mi
ursday, 3:00 p. m. Carrabelle.
.idayi 11:30a. mn. St. Anadire. F'rids.v 2:00 a. mo;
iday, 10:00 a. rh. Millville, Fridav. 11:30 p. m.
.Pensacola. -, : Friday, ;l,30 p.
Pensacola to St. Andrec andMilillvlle. $5.00. -
Pensacola to Apalachicola an'-Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicoia, $5.00,
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50,
fhe abovo rates include meals and berths. J. R. SAU DEitS;
H. F. MORRISON, Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agt. President.


0. L. JOiNEit.


Diieral FMrdiaudlsaI

Iry Coods,



A Full Line of Furniture!

FHeigtM Paid oh All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Any
Postoffice on the Bay. .

Tie Allantonl tllmbr Comaly,.




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Whether Large ,r Small,: Write for Prices.
1- i *. . .' '.

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The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founided i1f 1878, and built up bytLe late L. M. Waie,
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New Aanagernefli

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

We Pay the Freight owall Goods except Flori,, iMeal aner
Feed to ally ',.at, otil e on the Bay.


is on- of wdmarins worst afflictioffs.

r alSways leave

you w6eker, and is sure to shorten your life and"mak'
your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of dCardularid ,;
it will help to r'eli've your misery, regulate your fusnc-

tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It'is a re-
liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head-a

ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessfieS, dizzifiesI
fainthig spiols, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient
medicine for all women's pains and sickness,

Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Clanton', Al. writes; "I havd
used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar t-

women, and it has completely cured me.'


describing fully all your symptoms W l
and we will send you Free Advice
In plain sealed envelope. Ladies'
Advisory Dept,, The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.

No Such Luck.
"And do you sell these beautiful
thoughts of your soul for mere dol-
lars!" she exclaimed.
"Nope." said the poet sorrowfully, "I
seldom get more than 50 cents for
'em."-Cleveland Leader.


One Thing She Kinew.
The teacher isked, "Elsie, wben d't
you say 'Thank you?'" Elsie's face
lighted up, for that waOS the' obe things
she knew, and she confidently answc~-
ed, "When we have company."-C-i~Ci.
go Tribune,

3133r3r- G.'Csccl


on... moh"



ida: .
W. L. Miller.
Josepn Brock.
O. L. Pippin.
L. H: Buchanan.
C. D. Knowles.
Jaihes Anderson.


wS .

Special l-teorl Lo tliu BuOw. I
Wet !-- a'Nlr andl lill iilore of it

Thlitrsda, Jani 2. 1908.


u01iOOEIFi ,
44lgar, l bh Tea, yif1
riiutild ..... 6 HeNo ..... 55
Cdtl'ee. ; .... Gunpowder.. 40
Lt Iro*... 6t Uiicol'4 Jap.40-60
S: o t, odiiid milk, P can
(jreenn 12@20 Ulsweetn'u.l0
Arbucklel f 15 S eteIed... 10
iheger slaps 31 25 Baking powder
3t.lekers, soda.. 10 Royal.. ; 50
)i tB, plugE 20a60 Cmnpbei ... 10
tiilins -: Cannfied fruit
Louddon ayers.-ia5 Peaches.... IOa20
Valiiei~ ...... 8 Tomatoes. Si.i2
tVai ci ...* 6j Apples... ... 10
t ppl es -, eo rs .......... 15
2 n.rated.. 2 um .......
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot......O1-20
jijl ijt t gsl;...20 Strawberries... 20
3asoline ... Pine'tpple.. .10-20
3aome ... * ^ o
floridO.Syrup... 0 Cannedo MeMs
ne ......7 l o tB eef .. 12,
inegar ** 3 Corued Beef. 11,

tIuttsi 2".3 Loh:ter....
Oleomargerfie: i8 Shalion.. 10@15
~'lrd ...; ... -10 CaUined Vegetahles
3ead .... .... 5 Baked Btiis.. 10
idboani t pkg .. 10 Coin .......10@5
tell,,gl.se 10al4d2 Peas.......0. 0
,im uJe.;... I'unllpki.........12
rggs per idoz... 30
44inur .k .
Star df s'thE2.3 D I -.
Obelisk ..3.25 Bacon Sides....2.
Corni Meal pu70"0 Fresh .... .1
Oet Meal pr lb... 5 BI 'kF'stBa c'n16-22
Corn per bu ..,7t5H00 Hain cuv's'd 15-20
potatoes Sh ders
Irish..... 1 40 Beef
tirly WL'se seed 1.60 Coired .......
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh........... 1,
3 t, pr sack... : .00 Dried......... "25
Thle ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
dais, Ter t.b4 a.IA itw'th handle. 75
(MIv wird do.6a6& Houe, each ....35ai50
bidilla rope... 9a 2 opp er piut, calI 50
1toves cook,..$8a25 Liseed oil,g6l0SS.'
'ipe, perjoint 18
?rints, per yd.. Sa OChecks .......5a5,
i hi66tiigs .... 5aiiFlaunel. ..... 1540
Muslin .... ....ali Tbrad e p 2. 5
a'ls........i5a45 Shoes, ladies. $1a2 75
I trapants pat 225 Men's... $140300
.ity p'r cwt..75al .u5 Oats pr hu....... 60
alau... ...... 125 Brick pr M.. .. 1.00
Iope Sinai ... ..7@9 Lime pr l...... 7
)r ages pr doz.. 45 Pecan' pr 1i.... 15
Apples....... 15 Walnuts......... .
i.emou. ......... 20 Almonds........ 1.5
:. O! osTiiS
ia sh ll' prl,000 1.50 Opened pr Iqt .. 200
H o r :. .*'1 5 C ol..... > .
SMules.... +50.1175 11logs ........ 3 to 4
tl en.. pr yoke #65 Sheep.......... $2
l'OU lI'RY
~'.ckeise h-li 40a50 Geese eachi. 1,i150
r k: rkS .. 9: .50 .cuI)ks;;.; ...., 2.5"n
trughati Salt
Mul'let pr doi. 25e ullel pr i, ..O5.
Trtt .t........, 2 T it ........ 5.0
ompanpio pi ll... 6 Pompano.... 10.00
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackere .... .o)
1,UMItK. E
W Ioring, C ailing.
(lUar\, .n... I4.00 H eart, rd...?N.OU I
face ... 12.00 Face- ... 12.,0
SAp .. 10,00 Sap ...O.10.0
I)up "idi ,ii .9 Oli ploard s
liearI lace pin 14.la0 x hii. A12.01
Iap 10.00 Finishing lum- f
8iull' yinmer. 8@12 er,d $12@1500
I earl ahiigles. 2.M5 Lath, ~ ...1. O2.t
34, 1.50 Boat lumber, T
d ed....$20 D

Dl)earness Cannot be Untired
lbv local applications, as they cannot -
feacl..the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to curie deafness.. S
and that ib by constitutional remedies, .C
biaftleassis entused by an inflamed condi. '
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustac-
ean tube. When this tu'e gets inflamed te
Vou have rumbling sound or iriperfect
nearing, and when it is entirely closed '
diafn~ss is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and t( is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destrByed forever; nine cases out i
oftenn are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the t
mucous siqrfaces.
Wie will give'One Hundred Dollars for b
tny case of dafnefcas (caused by catarrh, a
'hat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh y
0ire. Send fgrcirculars free d
F. J. OHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists 75c' i
Take lIall'si Family Pills for constipa-

Tennyson's Queer Ways.
It wais-: with great difficulty that
Professor Hubert Hlerkomer. the por-
trait painter- obtained Tennyson's con-
9nt for a sitting, but at last be was
successful, and called at the poet's
house. After somr little delay the door
Of the room where the artist was wait-
ing slowly ojeled, and Tennyson en-
(red with drooping head. He looked
inost dejected atd murmured: "I hate i
your coming;. I can't abide sitting."
flowerer. Mi';~ Herkomer was allowed
fo reniatt.-*--obn after he had retired y
to his room forrthe. nght there came a a
knock ai the 'oor. A iiad was thrust i
in and the vot-e of the poet remarked: I
i believe tft dire hottest. Good

Many Sides
"Thnt's the w\ay the thni. V1ns tofdt
ft uie. hiof of ouriii tfieire' always
more than one side t' a story."
"Of course. l'There 're always as
flauy sides to a story as there are peoL
tle to blame."-rPhiladelphia Prehi.

Quite a Difference.
T"What does Vernan do for a living?"
"'Ie works in a paint shop."
4'Why, I understood he wa a writer
for the magazinese"
"Well. yo.u nsked me whtt he did for
Siil fifg."- Rohelniai'.

it Isn't i0o fllat brtomann is at the bot-
foni of all troiible It's mouey.-Man-
Obrster Un4oI .

1i ha been ilie pr,)granm witlfi llie ~tle
j ilerith tor Ntliue tillie.
About twou nailza a week by liJcl
;:i's servants. Daily papers come I
b:inches and water-logged, and week
ly's a week old, or more. Not miue
ii.e tl)ying to keep posted on current
events. It looks as though we hai
goie back a decade or so for evei
t ekly iforniiatiin,; and 'vwhen paper
do ahive they are so tho'rotghlj
Wadt&r9oasked as to be almost under
ci lierablhc;
Strawberries will sohii lie trilpe, an1
in tle abmenice of inail lilAtler we cai
enjoy thi is lions Irtit; for ti le bir
ries in Mr. Ecker's fine patch of hal
an cre are beginning !t assuiie tha
attractive tinge of blush we so inuiel
ad nirid.
Some changes are tramnspiring
Adoiffid here; which, it is sincerely
hoped ar'ti fOr (lie best.
Capt. Felix of the Jolly Rover lias
bought, ten adred of land and is lpe-
paring to build unpt it,
M. D. Howlett hias gone oiff o a
show, lo.some other enlotat, artd i-
ap'iarently perfectly happy.
Christmias exercises were extraor-
dinarily fine, here, considering tlhe
nunliber of fiersons taking an active
part in their preparation.
Roy Ecker is with his parents, now,
and expects to remain for some time.
Mr. Bates Can're home on the Lucy
H: looking as natural as ever.
Rev. aild Mris. Croinan came in
soine days ago aid are looking alter
their property, here.
Mrs. Hemry Spicer who came down
here, recently, it affords pleasure to
inte, is loukitug nmuch ilrhnfoved.
Erlle-t SpIcer has moved with his
family to Millvillc -e4
E. Musher has blpo ohi the sick
list for a few days, but is improving.
The people of the 3t: Andrews
Bay country who are interested in the
umproveoment of the Pas8--and all
bhutild be-should a oet together and
make a united pull to impress the
great rulers of the situnaion to do
something tangible in th ne ar fiu-
"I a ,

We will be at thie following places
,nI tlue dates meitianed for tlhe pum-:
Ipoe ot: collec-iing the. tIies sfor tile
vear 190)7 aid ;f i.(pSIiug' i l li taxes fi,
:h1' 'al 1908. P January.
Mill.-r's Fe'rry ..............; 3
Hiinsoh's X Roads............... 4
Vernon....... .............. 6
Ebro ... ....... ......... 7
Grave--Tatuml............. night 7
Pt. Washington,..noon 8 to noon 9
West Bay......................10
Fointain................ .......1
Nixon...... .. ............* .....14
Ba hbead............... ...... 15
St. Andrew................... 17-18
Mlillville ......... .. ............20-21
Allanton.......... ... ... .22
Parker:...................... 23
Econfina...... ..............24
Greenhead...... ........ ... 25'
Wausau..... ................ 27-28
Davis'. Mi!l...................29-30
Alm a... ...... ......... .... 31
Duncan..... ........ ... ........ 1
Vernon. ................... .... 3
A W Allen's Store... .to 11 a. m. 4
south Bonifay..........evening. 4
Poplarhead .................... 5
Jary ville................. .. 6-7
3hiply. ............... .. 8-10-11
This will be the only round. Be surd
o meet us.
W. B. GAINER, Tax Collector,
J. J. WILLIAMu, Tax Assessor.

A Jamaican I~dy Speaks Highly of
Ch aIberlai 's oughgh Rrnlnidy.
Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the a Iper-
nt on, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, says
hat she has for some years used Cham-
,erlain's.bougli Remedy for coughs, croup
.nd whoopiugcough aud has found it

'ery bcreficial, She has implici; cinfi-
iciee in it and would -not le without a'
)ottle of it in her home. Sold yv all nmeai-
ciue dealers.

Tit For Tat.
J1f-hne," floated downward, i voice,
"Ii tiat Is Mrsl rSt-tifd-so, I'm not In."
"It-Is Mrs. So-and-so.1' floated upward
a voice, "and she's glad to hear it."-
Kansas City Journal.

The Depth of @eauty.
The skin of the hippopotamus is said
to be more than three inches thick.,
This Is one of fhe cases where beauty
Isn't skin deep.--Boston Globe.
--r-------^ -----------
A Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet after each
neal oyer(omes indigestion, dyspepsia
and other stomach ills. Two days' trial
'ree. Ask our dealer. Sold by W. C.
Holle.y & Co.
A- Blunder.
Customer-I must say, waiter, this
is the first time I've ever lind a really
tndler steak here. Waiter (aghast I-
Good gracious, I must dave given
'd i the proprietor's steak! London
Sta idard.
His Awful Threat.
Miotlir--Why did you not scre-nnin
,',1.'11i rHai' kirsed yo!"' liaulighter-
.'e threatenled iii;. Mother low\\'
l):runghter-i-Te aidhl if r di1l hti'd unwr
kiss mle' a gai;tn.-Mteg!.edo:torfel l latter

IHe-You kin'o', If you worry about
everv little thing in's bIurint to affect
your health. His Wife-Yes. lI know.
That's one of the things I worry aboht I
-Town' aid Country.


Sli ti l i-r oil ;i h iiiai olecasiol i (
elrii'laps a rmy iotiiei kind of occasioni
in St. Andriews, caiiI e out last nligi
to partake of the nsum pilt
supper lireparei by St. Andrew
lCa ap Wooden ieof the lWoold. A
mii.w t 200 tickets ii wce old at thi
Sdoor a:.d a g(ood many tickets ha
been plated for .cane wil t parties ob
tide aild these had not yet been it
ported ufpo lin t it is wiithiii bontnil
to sayV that 'ely neierly or qiite 22
people, big tAnd little were preseli
H and all were fed tj thi extent of t.hei
'iThe steamer lTaiponL brought quit
a large party from Millville and Pail
amiia andl several lafinche- brought
delegations froin other points.
S O:Ne long table was spread witl
capacity for tliitv or more, and i
was kept crowded for at least two
Slours, and lie amunonmt of oysters ami

bles that were consumed, was simple
During supper hours the appitlei
were shaipened by vocal amia instru.
mental music fmiriisied Ilby fine voices
of which St. Andrcw t may well b(
proud, with Mrs. J. T. G waltney pire
siding at tie organl and NiMr. W. ;
Willcox with vyilin-not the leas
entertaining of this leatimrr being a
solo-'"The Holy City." by Mr. PS
Ililman, who has a remarkably strong
uoice, which filled the spacious hall
with melody.
After suppei tlhe table was cleared
and tle.siurplus provender of cakes
Iid bread was disposed of at auction.
The finale of the affair, was a drill
march by lie officers of thell Camp in
niliform that showed remarkable pro-
ficiency for so young an organization.
after which the greater portion of Ithe
guests departed; bua those who chose
to do so remaine1u, and indulged in anm
impomn ptu d dance until 1-2 o'clock.
Thie Woodmnen have shown themn-
selves to be a most popular orgariza-
'loln lire. and have earned for then-
selves. an enviable reputations as en-
tertainer's and all those pha availed
hoemselv,'s of their hospitality, will
h0ope that thlire mav be frequen'
epititiolns of tihe enj,'yahle occasiions.

How hie Rests.
In Gernuimatown there dwells a far.
ily of anuient liwneug. '.-i:h for year"-
'very o t unin'r hlis .'un ivf il n color'td
voifan unaflued LI,1 aas it cook while the
m'illiy wliX at the slii'r. Sius land
laiughers ha've uiur-il and nigrtited,
eaeitd children and added to "the
r'i' !chers of aln allhcady luxuriant .fi am-
ly tree. On onle o(usion a number of
4h1 se sigi.!ihi',l ai desire to !i:s;.t'uiili
igaiin utider the old roof. The old lady
who now Is the head of the family.
seeing that slpwehil hell) was necessary.
sent for T4zai tb come and help cook the
dinner. Liza's answer was brief and
dignified. "l-)e.' hter am toy vaca-
tion." she said, "an' den I doan.cook
for nobody. In de winter rests, an'
aill I does Is wa1s-hin' an' ironln'."-
Philadelphia Record.

Cough Remedy
The Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
This remedy is famous for Its cures over
Large part of the civJilzed world. It can
always be depended upon. It contains no
opium or other harmful drug and may be
given as confidently to a baby as to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts.


in Real Estate!
TheBuoy Has For Sale
The Southwest Quarter of the South-
west Qularlter o Section 1. and the
Sonthl Half of thi Sontlheast Qiuar-
ter of Seclion 2. rowiistiip 4 soutli.
Riirge 14 west.
Lies About One Mile North-
east of Millville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place
A portllmn of tiiis land hias been in
cnlii\ atiioni in !iinas last; but is now
aiid i hs huee lyi-ng idle for soalme yea rs.

A Gilt Eot Bargaiii, if Talen
At Once!
Apply at or Address
THIE BUOY, St. Andrew, Fla-

GSeCl Tses' aud brcaatifies the hair.
5 i Promotes a nluxriant growth.
S*Nor'er Fails to Relstore Gray
,ie ef c p diocaae .a ht"' iai. -


ers-of Washington Cotnty, Florida. in
regularr session, December 2, 1907.
Attest; Chairmarn'
W. C LOCKEY, Clerk.

Justice o' tile Peace, Dist. NO. 5.
Office at residence in West End, St.
Andrews; but carries his seal with
him at his business and is prepared to
apply his jurat to instruments, wher-
ever found. Attends to official busi-
ness in his jurisdiction. Collections a

4 BOTLES $ 300

P' '.. t I>;l.
Dr. McNinclie, an eye specialist
and wile, io l3irminghamn, Ala., ar
stri. llsiig am hii Fit',.,ter liHouse.
L. a. ', lii 11 \\' iti d islillyv
or .ai, ie, uiiiied via (Jarabolle,. liom
'n visit amonlg lIielilft in l Od. .gis, al
it tle Tarp.li, last Friday.
6 W. A. Hill, jr., was an arrival! i
V' the Tarpon, yesterday.
l- G. M. B, Ilarries, E.q. of Millvil!h
e letiiiied oli tileo iTarpui~o yeaetday
d ioin a business tr'ip to Pensacola.
- A
e- A Verdant St;dc-t.
To add tO the I'npetv of nnMllo'-s
iew Arkansas student from the rulram
5 districts was caught the moment h
t stepped off a train, and a few points
vere explahnel. e w-a fold that It
' 'le hoped for pence during his college
ife he must promptly squelch a watch-
e inin who took a delt'it In bossing
i'rpeI!.ne. ThIey led him like a Inlmb
:o the, room of the president and In
I 'orn:ed him the watchman was inside.
T e you~, mnian eltr',. S're enough
-ihere wns a inns sittfilg at the dehk.
i "I inerely want to ,oay," the student
I !egan. '"that I don't like your face. 1
"nf't compell you to chanigP it. Inut
Sre'p It away from me or I'll f1 it It."
d The supposed wantcUlinn grew apo
"You m) ay Ie the pdlitiemap,'" w ent
Y ,)n the youth. "hbt yoii must keep on
your own hent. Don'ti (1i to explain
s I've heard of you before. All ant
to say is, keep a'-vny f:r*oli me;
S Then he went out. and fitP next day.
when he ir'el!z!id it ,"ii, hie iitred on
Sto the footba!l field and saw the spot
where fools 'rsh and golnn s fear to
Stread.-Fayetteville . St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

When Bridce and Groorm Wor'e Tfiri.
In the year 17i)5 I)r. Douglais -wals
nadejnastepr of Corpus Christ college
ind then married Miiss Mainwiwrlng. a
slaughter of ttre Lady Margaret pro-
essor of theology. As both were very
hin. Miansel wrote as follows:
It. Paul has declared that persons, though
n marriage united one flesh shall remain.
tit had he been by when. like Pharaoh's
klncie. pairing.
f)r. DonsQlas of Benet espoused Miss Maifn-
waring. .
mhe aplstle no doubt would have altered
his tone
\nd cried, "Tllse two splinters shall
make but one bone!"
--rall Mall Gazette.
Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up
lazy livers, clean the system and clear'
the skin. Try them for bilioushess and
sick headache. Price 25c. Sold by W.
C. Holley & Co.
'Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids for working convicts of Washing-
ton County, Florida will be receiv\'-d by
the Boardof Ciunty Commissioners uq-
til'the first Monday noon, Jariuary 1908.
Ordered by the Board of County Com-
missioners in regular session, Decem-
ber 2, 1907. W. 1. SINGLETARY.
At est: Ch airnian.
W. C. LOCKEY, Clerk: ;
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Notice is hereby riv\en that 4iealod
bids for keeping tlhei oor Farnm for t ITh
year 1908, will be received by the Coun-
ty Con missioners of Washliun'lon Ci',ln-
ty,-l .loida, ustilthe first Mi amlday '-lon,
Jiinati l'y I908.
Otderea by thd County Colllui-loi,-i-
ers of Washington County, FlorXtdd, in
regular session, December 2, 1908.
SAttest:*' Chairman.
W- C. LOCKEY, Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bios for k eping Miller's Ferry and
Douglass Ferxy for the year 1908, will
be received by the Board of County
Commi sioners of Washington Coupty,
.Florida, until the first Monday noon,
January ; 1908.
Ordered by the Board of County Com-
mifsior.ers of Washington Connty, Flor-
ida, in regular session, Decem beri 2,
Attest: Chairman.
W. C. LOCKEY, Clerk.

Notice is hereby given that bids for
the building of bridges in Washington
Cidunty, Florida, during the yea' 1908,
will be received by the County Corm-
missioners of Washington County, Flor-
ida, until the first IMonday noon, Janua-
ry, 1908, the Board reserving the right
to reject any and all bids.
Ordered by the County 'Commission-

Two Ways of Love.
Two brothers who had not seen each
other for len years met at the Grand
Central station, New York. As soon a4
one saw the other coming, down the
.,platform he rushed -toward him and
fell on his neck. They hugged each
other, these honest German black-
smiths: they kissed each other; they
jumped about and shouted and laugh
ed wildly In their joy. An observing
crowd Jmpeded the" movements of pas
sengers. and the brothers, arrested for
(disturbing the peace, were thrown Into
a cell.,,where they cculd exchange retm-
iniscences an:d vent their happiness
Without jarringii the lc s sentimental.
An eminent RPostolian was away
from the city for a .dozen years. Re-
turning, he visited his club, and he
thus described his visit: "There were
the same men in the same seats. They
were drinking the drinks they used to
order when I left. They were talking
about the same things. One of them
looked rti when I went into the room,
nodded and said: 'Hello, Wigglespoon!
How are you? Haven't seen you late-
ly.' And then he turned to the crowd.
'As I was saying, the park system
would be.still better If' "-
--Boston Herald.

Out of His Line.
Mrs. :lusiqueL-Are you fond of
Brahms, Mr. Fllsteen? Mr. Flisteen-
No, ma'am: I can't say that I am
These fancy dishes always give me
Indigestion, no matter how well cooked
they are.-Cleveland Leader.

There are abysses that love cannot
cross, but it can bury itself in them.-
a alzac.

A Cure for Misery.
"I have found a cure for the misery
malaria poison produces," says R. M.
.Tames of Louellen, S. C. "It's called
Electric Bitters, and comes in 50 cent
bottles. It breaks up a case of chills or
a bilious attack in almost no time; and
it puts yellow jaundice clean out of
commission."' Thisgreat tonic medicine
and blood purifier gives quick relief in
all stomach, liver and kidney complains
and the misery of lame back. Sold un-
der guarantee at A. H. Brake's store.

SAs Sf! Wailte'r cott \vist riding witi
a frien!' iewar Ab!lot:;fiord he c.-nue to
lel'l gate,' which an Irish beggar, wh-
hapIpeed to lie near. opened for himl
Sir Wa\;lter wais desirous of rewarding:
hin by the present of sixpence. bu
found he. had not' so small a coln i:
his purse. '"Here. my good fellow,'
said he;' "here is a shilling for you, but
lind, you owe me sixpence." "God
bless your honor!" exclaimed the Irish
man. "May your hohor live till I pay
A Higher Health Level

"I have reached a higher health level
since I began using Dr. King's New Lfie
Pills,"' writes Jacob Swringer, of West
Pranklin, Maine. "They keep my stoir-
ach, liver. and bowels working ju, t
right." If these pills disappoint you on
trial, the money will be refunded at A.
H4 Brake's store. 25c.

Delicate Appetite.
"It's awful trying, 'this catering to a
sick gfrl," Mrs. Douglas confessed to
the friendly visitor who had called to
inquire for Amy.
"I believe this convrnescent ),' sness
comes hardOr uin mnf thbIn tir real sitfl
ness," continued Mrs. Douglas, with v'
deep sigh4. "I'm1 thliit Ipt to it to gv'
oon letlhing that .he'll ept Ith i a rlis'
I get all riled up sometimes trying t-
teunpt her."
Tfi' visfitor mntrmutlred silwthin '
synlpatiet ic, and. thus eunco'lraged
jMrs. Donigins went on
"Only yerterday." she siild. "1 go:
ier a pork ('hop nid 5; -elits' worth o:
nitarshinlllows for her :cinne!r. ;a!d" i
yon'Tft believe nie rhC .turned iup h(e
nose and said she couldn't eat a mite'
-You the's Compal)ni lon.
A Sensitive Soul.
Owen Mudge was a very kensitiv'
nima'l MorI'e than' oncitd lt a h:1rsh woni
he had forsnken profitable work anw
gone hoLle for sympathy to his wife
One morning Owen started out to hell.
Glenn Butler, who had bought a new
stump pulling machine and was pre
pariing to cle:ru a tinld.
Toward noon Owen ncrme hincit. Mrs
uldge 'sighed and waited synipatllhl
locally for the explanation.
"I just c wouldn'tt stand it," s:id Owen.
ribbing his jaw. "Whbn I see thai
stump puller twist them roots out it
renilnded nle so of the times I went to
the dentist to get back teeth extracted
The ftlst thing I knew I was limp as a
rag. aind I just ached all over and had
to quit."

Marine and Stationary Engines.

CaIll on L. C. GAY, Gay, Fla.



My Hair is

Extra Lonq

Feed your hair; nourish it;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
genuine hair-food you can
buy. ft gives new life to the
hair-bulbs. You save what
hair you have, and get more,
too. And it keeps the scalp
! clean and healthy.
SThe best kind of a tostimonial-
"Sold for over sixty years."
A e bJ.C. Lyer on., s-ow-ell aaBe.
Alo om.iuPwtuter AL of




General Mer rchandise -


Cooking and Heating Stoe

Sewing Machines dnd Need-les

Pumps, Fvulineiture, tEt-


Burial Cvskets, tobefs, ESuites, Etc.






Use Only Libby, McNeil & Libby,!





Blacksmitning, Woodworking

and General Repair Shop,

Millville, Fla..lEast of Henderson's Store.
ALL \VORK W AR ANTED. Coine aIi[l .Siee Us.

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(Prickly Ash, Poke Boot and Potas nm.)

Phystalns endorse P. ,PP. as a plo.n- you will regain flesh and antll.
did combination, and prescribe itVith I WastootenergyandalldiamsUUi
great stisfaction for the cures of all from ovretaxng thesystemiArem eael d
form and stages of Primary, Secondary the uie 6f P; P. P.
sUd Tertiary Syphilis, Syphlitio hen- LIIes a whoeo sysatsemarpolsameew
matlsm, Scrofulous Ulcers and Sores, whosebloodsin an mpure o du
GlandularSwellings, Rheumatism, KiR- tomenetrual irregulariUeslarepeioullt r
ney Complaints, old Chronio Ulcors that beneltod by tLe wondirfal to o an .

Y rabH I bo oI i o

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MALerast.d all treatment, C HtirrhEk blood cleaning optA o Y P.
DiMaee, EczemaL Chront. I'sta e 0' rIy ineoy Aif 5Poke7. oot A2dp2 cealt
Complaints, Mercurial Poisoa, il:tr, Sold by 4U Drul&raH l
Soakdhed, etc., etc. K' l b i r t.
P. P. P. i sa powerful toa an!o PPMA
excellent appetizer, buii r iie F F.V Proprietor
system rapidly. I you te wewk andi A*a>
feeble, and feel badly try P. P.P., and Savannah, Ca.


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- ? VCi;
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--C ,mp!ete lina' e"ri : ifr sf 0',0c'.--
'Liberal terms. Wtrite f0o CatRaloiue.
State Agents for' thl, Olad' Q and
G abolirte Engnines.
.Address onmm iiuhicitii, sa a;l,, ov' ;
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4.~~e~ S b,

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D E A L t,


Will Attend to Paynierit df I' fes

and Collection of Rent for Non-RIside itS




L_~ -. _ _I Y



0f Onr Wines afid Lqiluors!

And Send

If They Are Not as Represented I


635, 637 639 WEST BAY STREET,

,* ' I'*--'

Wbisv es in Bulk.
.Per Gallon.
Florila Special Rye............ $1.50.
Congress Rye .................. 2.00.
Brookdale Rye................. 2.50.
., -Pul Jones Rye.; .............. 3.00.
Belle of Maryland Rye....... 3.50.
- Paul Jons Old BAKER...... 3.50.
Livingston Rye................ 4.00.
Old Gibson Rye................ 5.000
Malt Whiskey............... 3..0.
'. ld .Geo"a Corn........... $1.50.
Mkrion CountvN C. Corn...... 2.00.
Special N. C. YellowjCorn...... 2.25.
Old Pilot MOUNTAIN Corn... 2.40.
Gold Band 00per cent. double
Sttnped ................... 3b.
., . GIN.
SDomestic Holland Gin......;.. $2.00.
Belle BrandGin ............. 3-50.
Per Gallon.
S Ke stone Club......... ...... $2.50.
Old Kentucky Rye..-.......... 3.00.
Old Monogram Rye ............ 3.50.

'4 qts.
Keystone Club..........$3.00
Old Bailey.:... ...... 3.20
Cavalier .....: ......... 4.00
Golden Wudding..... .. 4'25

12 qts
$ 8.00.

Whiskey in I

Monongahela Rye.......
The Leader, PureIye..
Old Crow Rye.........
Monogram Rye..........
Private Stock Rye......
Wilson Whiskey........
Belle of Maryland... ,...
Paul Jones' Four Star...
Livingstdn Rye........
Old Oscar Popper Bour-
Canadian Club..........
Mt. Vernon Rye .......
Dewar's Special Scotch..
King William Scotch...
Duffy's M4lt Whiskey...
Canada Malt............
Booth's Tom Gin........
Gordon's English, Dry
Gin ............ ..
Geneva Hollaud Gin....
Plymouth Gin...........
Tennessee *** Cognac...
Superior Bin'ckberry,'..".
Old Apple Braidyv......
Old Peach Brandy......
Old St. Croix Rum......
London Dock Jamaica
Rum ................
Gin Phosphate.........
Rock & Rye ...........
Best Banana Brandy....

4qts. ]2"qts.
$3.20 $ 8.00.
3.50 9.00.
3.75 10.00.
3.75 10.00.
420 10.50.
440 12.00.
4.40 12.00
4.40 12.00.
4.40 12.00.


4 50


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

1' gallon jug............. .... . . ....... ........... ......... 60c
2 ........ .... ........ .:........ 75o
8 ............ ..................... .. .... 900
5 6 ........ .................... ........... .. ............ .09

4 q ,r ....... .. ...... .... .. .. ........ ............ ................... *c
12 q ................ .... ..... .............................. 50c

635, 637, 639 West Bay Street,

Williams' Mammoth

Mail Order House.,

West Bay. Street, P. 0.. Box 40,.


Demotto Rye.
4 Ful Quarts ............$ 5 00
6 Fu' Quarts.............. 7 00
2 FU Quarts.... .... .....'12 75
1 Full Qars (freight prep'd) 12 00
iitrllaitm NoI 10 lye.-
4 Full Quarts........... ... Ot 20
6 Full uIarts............... 4 50
14. Fl- arts.... ........... 9 00
Old Halifax Rye.
4 Full Quanter,,,. ......... d$ 4 20
6 Full Quarts... ............ 6 00
1t FaIl B~urts............... 12 00
lunny South Rye.
4 Full Quarts...............$ 2 75
6 Full Quarls ................ 4 00
i Fhtll Quarts ... ........... 8 00
86 Full Pints............ ........ 12 (OU
Yellowstone Bourbon.
Bottle.:.......... ... ......$ 1 50
Case ....... ........... 12 00
Old 'oon e, Express Collect.
ir t ulef ff bond by U. S: Government.
1 Full Quurt............. ..$ 1 25
12 Fill Quarts................... 12 00

Special Offer.
Idlebrook Whiskey in Drums--Distill-
ery Botlin., Express Collect
100Pints in drum........ .*.:1300
200 Half Pints in drum. ..... 33 00
Sold only in drum-will not break
Olrt Homestead N. C. Corn whifkey.
One gallou jur, Express paid $ 2 50
(Corn Whiskey, Express Collect.
Rocky Ford, I r bottle.......$ 1 (00
Rocky Ford, per cabe........ 10 (00
N.C. White and jugy........ 1 65
N. C. White, Bitter. ......... 2 0
N. C. White, Fine ........... 2 30
Laurel Valley Corn........... 3 (0
Rye Wihlskey,Expres Collect.
Per gallon.
Copper distilled and j -j ... .$1 65
Queen Ci t.'......... ........ 00
Sunny South ................ 2 50
Rye M alt. .... ........ 3 :0s
Hurdle Rye, Special... .... -1 Li
Overh6ilt...... ............. 4 00
Rich Mill. .................... 4 )
Plhnt-i r. ...................... 5 -100
Old Boone.... .............. 5 00
Willinas Privdt. Seai........ 6 00


TWO MAPS. Our Clubbing List.
ONE DOLLAR FOR The BUO'Y has made very il,eral cli!.,
A MAPl OF ST. ANDREW COl' Iing arrangements with a few ofthe vwe
a0xS0 inches, correctly platteil and eest publications in the country and for
showing all tlhe mere important the present can send for a whole year
I he BUOYa td
biilitigiie-iS of great value to any Detroit FrB e Press (twice-.-week
011n a )templatling pnuchasilthg1 prol- and Year Book)............17
rty itt town. It covers about folur The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 85
eeiye extening ea t- do Semi weekly,forfl 55
pilde of coast line. extenSc!ing east- Scientific American' .... 3 50
wari from Dyer's Poi.t to and eOn- Farmer and Fruit Grower"' ... i 55
braoiug Old St. Andlrews, with cor- -Florida Agriculturist ... 1 5.5
responding territory inlaul.I Price do clum s of 5, each ... 2 m'5
ne'Dolgar, at thr BUOY Office. Farm Journal, Pbilad'a, monthly 1 10
One Dollar, at t BOincinnati Enquirer twice a week
Also 8 large pages each issue..... 1 75
FIFTY UENTS FOR AtlantaOenstitntion .. 75
Ss 'IONAL MAP OF'THE ST N.Y. World (th ricea wek)..... 1 75
S E ONhe Cosmopolitan........... .. 1 75
ANDREWS BAY COUN I'RY, rThe Oriterion ................... I ,0
fhowamg all the land disposed of by For any or either ofthe above publ ica-
lionsii eouonnectiou with the BUOY ad-
the Cincinnati Company, also locate rss ain orders to iLHE BUOY,
EIritrem, Parkei, Croiuanlton and St. Andl:e. Fla.

aljac9ua country. The pint of the
lbts is not shown. but by tim aid of
this-nmap the alqproriniate location of
any lct is easily determined. Price
Filty Cents, at the Bnoy Office.
Eithermap will be sent by mail to
aty aWdreas or. receipt of thie price.

IL *ktib aid desoriptIOM 1p0
rf aaeert auln our oltinion tree wh eLt,17 n
ya? on lS!probiqblYp6tble C'w-.nm. '11
01siye Handbook on Pat-'I
frrae. t spener for securnlg patent.
ft"Dau te n gh Munnn t'Co. rec-ii
eu4m ogce, without abarxe. in tbe
'~Scintific Jimerican.
Xbszduimely tllnstrmufd weekly. rI'mrest ael
milatmon of an? scienm alo J"curnal. ierirp. $I a
1ear ;firmontlh S.. Sold by ai nowm.denlere.
INNY &Ceo. e1Brdary. New York
office. 1oJ5 r L., W-taaL'ngvn. U.G.


WITH Dr. King's

New Discovery
FOR C OU s M8 auC R Fr
VOLDS Tr,ar 8o tie F,,*

For Sale!,
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side gf the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjolnlng Millville on the south. Will be
'sold in acre. quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W. A. EMMONF "' .


Land Office at G .inesville, Fla.)
Nov. 25, 1907. T .
Notice is hereby given that William
A. Lee of \estiay,' Fla., has filed notice
of his intention to make final five year
proof in support of his claim, viz: Home-
stead Entry No. 32922, made Oct. 7, 1103,
for the eY2cof se1 of section 14 and w12
! f sw14 of section 13, township 2s, range
16w, and that said proof will be made be-
fore the clerk of the circuit court at Ver--
non, V'la., on Jauuary 15, 1908.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the laud, viz.: "
I'reston Warren, W. A. Rodgers, Lird-
sey BITchannan and J. iB. Hendrix, all of'
Wcstbay, Fla. HENnY S. CHiUBB, Register.
JIDI Editor's fqe paid.

HE SAW t- i luN.

Cause of the Smashup as Told by the
Old Darky.Driver.
The old darky was suing the railroad
company for damages. The man cons
tended that, not being warned by whis
tie or engine bell, he had started to
drive his rig across the company',.
tftlc t w edfi a sb-!'';l box car of sa!ic
company cr;ra: 'i Into his outfit, caus-
ing the death ofl the horse, loss of thli
wagon and iuinor injuries to himself.
After the prosecution had closed its
side of thecase the company's lawyer
called the old darky to the stand anud
went nt him.
"Mr. Lamson," he began. "your ttg
was struck by the box car ti full day
light, was it suot?"
"I fink dar was some clouds ova head.
suh," answered the caviling witness.
"Never mind the clouds! Arid only
a few days before this accident the
railroad company had put a new sig11
at that crossing?"
"Dar was a sign dar; yaas, sut'IV
"And didn't that sign say: 'Stop!
Look! Listen?'"
"Now, dar am de whole accusation
ub de trouble!" declared the darky,
with animation. "If dat 'Stop' sign
hadn't caught dis chile's eye jes' 's
Ah war square on dat track, dar would-
n't 'a' been no smashup!"-Bolhemrsia4

Troubles of an Amateur.
"I thotlght you had gone to raising
bees," said the man from the city. "I
don't see any sign of them around
"I had half a dozen colonies of the
finest bees I could get," answered the
suburbanite, "and a whole library of
Literature 6n bee raising, but they
swarmed One day, and while I was
looking through my books to find out
what was the proper thing to do when
bees swarmed the blamed things flew
away, and I've never seen 'em since."
-Chicago Tribune.

Beec' Laxative Cough Syrup fOr
coughs. colds, croup and whopping
cough grows iu favor daily with.volin:-
and old. Mothers should keop it on
hand for children. It is prompt relief
to croup It is gently laxative, driving
the poison and phleeri from the.system.
It is a simple remedy that gives imme-
diate relief, guaranteed. Sold by W. C.
Holley & Co.

The V/ay an IngeniovS" Paris Merchant
Saved Cable To!ls.
A wealthy mnerchaur in Paris who
ljCe an (exten.-ive lii.ines with Japan
was illformnied that a pronfuent firm iu
Yokohama had failed, but the name of
the tirmn he could not learn.. He could
have learned the truth by calling: but,
1to ';Iv c expense, instead he went to a
well- known bhnlpr who haid received
thi' news and requested hUn to reveal
'lie nanme of the frinn.
"That's a very delicate thing to do,"
replied the hulnker. "for the news is not
om t1:l, :an.d ifi I gave you the name I
aii:;:it iucnr some responsibIlity."
The rmerchaint arg'med, but in vain.
Ind ilially he madle this proposition:
"I will give you," he said, "a list of
.en t"inr!s in Yokohliaim. anld will ask
e-ou to look throngh it canl then tell me.
wv! uiut mie:tlatMiuig aiy name. whth-
tr or not the name of the firm which
lan faicld aIpears in it. Surely you
,vil do that fu(;nme?"
"Y's." sa!d the banker, "for if I do
oft nirmt!in any name 1 cannot be held
*r.iionsible in any way."
The list was made. The banker looked
hirouh it and as he banded It back
o the merchant said. "The name of
'he merc(halnt who has failed is there."
"Tli a l've lost heavily." replied the
iii hriant, "i'cu; that is the firm with
which I did bI;:ne:sa," showing him a
name on the list.
"But how do you know that is the
firm which has failed?" asked the
banker in scrlrise.
"Very ea;siiy," replied the merchant.
"'Of the ten names on the list only one'
is genuine--that of the firm with which
I did business. All the others are fic-
Hloc.s Pocus and That Sort of Thing.
I sa .v a Hliudoo out in the open street
akethree good sized balls, larger aud
heavier than hens' eggs, and com-
n nce toasing thanl up In the air,
watching them as they returned. Soon
Sliu hands were motounless, but the
mills kept a:sceuding iand, so far as I
cuonw, a;re as:eiinUg still. They did
lot return. Were they dematerialized
)- some invisible l)psychic power ? Such
A my op;iioi. I u;'ring tl stay in
'a(h';:us there canle down from a

.:lonlltzilni a ge uPinne psychic and seer.
10 \was trilly a veneral'ne mystic. In a
i n.i:r!uow on a bright s;unshi;:y day. 3
)'(lock p. iin..; (l,. en pltrseint. this old
"o;i bur. ij. i:ccne. rep',)ed':lS sonme
"*'nt!a)Is anld all in subhstaicp., "Now
i (;u move any o'.j, 'ect in, tlh s room by
;y will." Reilecltig a few Ulontie:lts. 1
aid. "C'Conu!;iin: those peacockk plumes
,I' there to con:c to yon." focusing his
!-hoght, his will. u;on them, they
'c:iped at his biddingr from the ca:;e
i.lad, sailing around the room. fc!l at
his feet. Other objects were moved iu
.t similar nianner. This was genuine
white magic.-St. James' Gazette.

the Rest Back!

there by purple asters and skirted by
low stone wail!, in whose crumbling
chinks vines twisted and across who-e
loose stones squirrels skipped and
"Bravo. old girl!" cried TeRlifnr,'frd,
his hand on Fleetfoot's glossy neck.
gently urg.ingc her forwn-d. At t!hal
moment there reached him sharply and-
piercingly. the bitter cry of a child.
Tellingford. drew rein. By the wall,
Circling a ditchl that Fleetfoot was
about to take, lay a small, chubby fig-
ure, one hand full of flowers.
"Pricked himself with brambless"
thought Te!llngford. Aloud he said:
"Cheer up, sonny! Men never cry
for a scratch." Hle was for urging
Fleetfoot on again when the inertnes"
of the little heap by the wall smote
home to him. He checked his horse
and dismounted. An Instant later he
stood with the helpless burden in his
arms. The child's yellow head rested
against his shoulder. One small arm
hung limp across his own. With an
understanding almost human, Fleet-
foot stood by the wall like a bronze
statue while Tellingford mounted and
then we-t slowly back across the
meadows toward the road. The child,
recovering from his stupor, began to
sob. TelUngford soothed him with
teiader awkwardness and was guiding
Fleetfoot to the first farmhouse by the
roadside when a woman ran down the
path leading to the door, untying her
checked apron as she went. Her back
was toward the npproaching trio.

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It was a clear, brtac'ing; d'y toward
the 1st of" Nov'e1ucr, au'd 1from the hill
which vais creciced by the old Laudler-
dale mausij-un could be seen a swoop of
country touched by varying colors-the
russet and crimson of oak and maple,
the green of undulating fields and hills
broken here and there by the gray of
stone walls, the clear flashes of brooks
or stretches of open road.
"Gad!- What air!" cried Grattan
Richards, tossing back his head and
taking a long whiff. -
"And what a day for a hunt!" echoed
Rex Telingfo d, looking past Richards
to where Emily Lau'lerdale was chat-
tering to a group of men in red c1c ta;
checking in her horse as the hounds
struggled to be off, straining at their
leashes. "With every one in ulch good
fettle it ought to be a great old race!"
she I awL'l:. -.. tucking a strand of blue
black hid r beueath Ler riding hat.
TiLe eyes of Ii-hir'ds and-Tellingilordi
met with an uind iELach w\:as c.-gni.:anit of the .o.~rt 'si
hounhtd's- 'it whoe.-er brl'-)U.ht back
he brush thea. day would win a prize
)f ft. r ;, .e ltr val' i.. D -oi t:ci ki.w
hUAl i ei tfutue 1. ,'L"-.." ^i.ei- u' :le
argi'ely oil tile uL ug's rlun, ice lra-

cr ridlig oot Ithe (n-ids c: h- li- ':
;;untleted t".; -iz'e hi sei t i;:.... 8-.
iralhie stoc i'y c'srs couutr' rlmks,
.aring leas- .- nd lusmi r ibr.e:iut esc'..ope.j.
CL'o sy a inan csuli not keep his saud-
Lile wa:s eq;al to L ,inly's mind with
.-aying he could n.it kinp' -:1; ad.
'l1.... 1 think there are virtues
S,.jily I .,i gl'ewt as cross country rid-
'ug," smiled gene Elizal:cie I.auder-
la!e, \ ove l:u o outd )or ex:-etemncut
lv;i nu1-1it. r so op rooted nor of such
long .L.ran ice asE ELmiiy's:
Emlil. shLok heir lead,
"Dea'r Aun.t Elsie," she answered;,
'you dJon' in the least understand, aun
['m sure I could never explain. It's
bred in, my louine, that's a:l. If I bad.
l lived in the olde'm days I should have
had a t.urna:ient-rushing of horseS,
clashhing of c pear', silhlnternin of ar-
or! I ha ts w hat I call a :,ooin~
No mire ambling tip to de'nand your
heart and hand! And, as I find it hardr
to decide between Grattan Richards
and Ifex Tel.ingford, why, fair field
iud fair )pia:, and l t tlhe best mm
W in'." -
,Soi thi. ng of this headstro n- re.sou-
tion estired in the girl a'. she turned
sudd eny inl her sad,.ile and n-.la:ced at
the two u .en. Assnre'I trgyt glv'od
on the face of Richarrts.' t.rn .r-
mindiati.u ',as written on' T~':!.' i'.-'"l's.
She pgare a little nod tl .i *! .''in.
They were a foll n a;.re._ ,t 1, .' two.
'Phr e cthlwr -..' r of t!'.: l 0d. t'
daloie: hoip'a ary "." '- ntt '.n .wa'e cf

le,1 in .. i.. l. "u
ut he rest o the rv t
thie ctiiun thft as al be'in' 'v'u.' H;,-
fore l heir (''-, n l it 'd' ] t ib ;'-
?n, 'Ie dews *i ,,. ,i-!-I andl tthe cnlo'.';-

T V T ..1 .. s i ,., .. t' .' bw -

umt tlhe rest of thie e. rCi ,- I .'- '

:\ill i'r'o at b' ea k !. Ae -':..

TPlln tfnrd wast -, vt nae t
her heels followed Ir,;. ':, rw. .-.c
'o:m :t 's The rest of th e : '.t
ed after theam. Luck it-rcel, ;E.I ...'
Richards. Ills i m are's fea t .:v -o '- "
touched the earth. ~ a i? took :'ere -
and furrows like a vw.-]ine creature.
TellIn'.gford was not so fortunate. At
the brink cf a stream ha won' force.
to pause and fasten'his sad,.!!e g'i 'rth.
Partly tfrcm excitement and partly
from annoyanme he tumbled with it
longer than he had intende 1, and w'heu
lie raised his head the others were al-
ready far afield, Emily Lauderdale and
Richards still in the lead. The hounds
had scented their quarry and were In
full cry.,
Tellingfor'd considered. There was n
crosscut that he had triedl once before.
It lay through ditches and brambles
and was intersected by five bar fen"cs.
Still anythIng at a pinch, nrd he would
back Fleetfoot against every mare in
the county. He congratul'ited himself
on this decision seone moments later
as Fleetfoot ,ent forward at a race
that justified he' naren. IIer course
now lay across wide meatlows filled
with lush grass and starre'I here and

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t"Bobby," she cried, "B;,!'l t," !
The boy stirred In Telllngford's arms.
"I think I have found your boy, mad-
am," called Tellingford gently and in
three seconds more was speeding for
the village physician. The sounds of
the hunt had long since died in the dis-
It was afternoon wlec To!iinuiford
reached the Landerdales. I'rom the
dining room came sounds of talking
and laughter. Ii the hall he met Em-
fly Lauderdale. iThere was a look ot
her face that lie had never seen before.
"I'm awfully sorry," he began, abrup,)t-
ly twisting the crop of his riding whip
in his hand, "but you see"- He paused
and could go no further. IHe was a
man who always found it easy to tell
of the good deeds of others, but balked-
miserably when it came to the recital
of his own. He muttered something
inarticulate about loose stones, a mud-
dy ditch and a bad fall.
Emily Lauderdale surveyed him wilth
cool scorn.
"For a muddy fall your coat is the
most conspicuously spotless garment
that I have ever seen," she returned
"Oh, I say," began Tellingford, but,
Emily swept past him, her head held
high. That lie had not cared to win
was evident, but that he should add 1o
that .humiliation with excuses was
more than she could bear. She was
glad, she told herself, that it was Grat-
tan Iichar-dl who had come off tri-
umphant. Yet in spite of this gladness
there was a stinging mist in her eyeis
and a bitter catch in her throat as she
sat before her dressing table that night
while Katie, the maid, brushed her
Everything had gone wrong that day
in big things as well as in little. Even
(he g-own she had planned to wear that
evening had been left unfinished, an4
she was forced to reprimand Katie
somewha':t sharply.
Katie burst into tears. She had
meant to finish it, she confessed, but
that morning the child of her sister,
who lived on the road to the village,
slipped on the muddy stones of a ditch'
and broke his arm, and Katie, Instead
of sewing on the gown, had gone to see
haw he fared.
"You can ask Mr. Tellingford if it'4
not so, ma'am," she concluded tearful-
ly. "'Twas he that found Bobby and
carried him home and went for the doc-
tor afterward."
Of the truth of this assertion Mists
Lauderdale questioned nothing.
'Dov you know where :ti. Telliunm
ford is now?"'she demanded.t
"klndeed I do, ma'anr. He's bidden
your aunt goodly and is halfwn:. to
the station."
"Then tell James to saddle Dolly
Dumpling instantly and bring her to-
the side door."
Katie gasn!: andCi obeyed, while E 'n-
Ily. Lauderdale, th:- iv:i.g a scarf boumit
her shoulders, ran cown the stairs tI
the driveway, her silken dinner gown
;\.i'hiuz' ;.^'. .. .
Telliiigrotord nu-..uiime rode toward
the st:tirn. his lips set in a thin l:.ad
line. IHe found himself mentally .re-
p-a1tiaz his morning's advice to Bobby,
"Men never cry at a scratch," when;
behind him came the flying nill 'p of
hoofs. Tellingford wis blank with
iaT_.. ni,?,li at the vision of Eai!ly
Lauderdale, ladtl-c- and crio-tless and
is (,v,'ciii iing 1 'eas.-_ t ring down tleo
ron.l. Straight alla-ide the art shL
c.ine nia.l helil c'ut her hanud.
"f 1 you anu f,:r-;ivpe niu forget." she
panted, ":a-Ud if you still care"-
Care!', cried, Terll:;ll. fo, jerking off
isa overcoat and wrp':li; I it about her
iificr she had impetuously slipped fro6m
leCr 1hor11.s" d clitnl re1 into the cart.
'"4ll I can say is, eIIa\iven bless Bob-"
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4 tal.. $1,00.
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Marylaud Monog.am.... l 2 50,
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I. W. Harper........... " 3 50'
Solace............ ......... 4 00
Sik Velvet.......... 5 00
Malt Whiskey......: 200
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J upto 2 60'
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1,, lilii'g : h:n'll .\ .b-oy or girl of- cen
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'TWO test tubes nearly filled with a
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hetns tns hat his hands have become
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the test tube which received his sup-
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