Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00266
 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: February 6, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00266
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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(J. 8, Sepator--st district, S: R. Mdil-
fory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
tepresentativelP-lst Districtl, S. M.X
Blarkm&ani,1 "mpa; ed District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 31 District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
and Offie-Register, W. d. Robin-
-son; Receiver,-l. S. Chubb, Gaines-
ifile. -
ltate---overnor, N. B. Droward; See-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott;' Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellls; Comptroller, A..J. Croom;
Superintendent or Public Ilistruc-
tlon, W: M. Holloway; Commissioni
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
ttate Senator,- S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Washlngton County-Representative,
*. B. Lassitter, Vornona.County Judge,
R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
e *et; i aSpiW ^~W" C.
I. ^ S -Taxi t er-
Sbff, D&eputy, C. H. Danforod. -Tax
CoUlector, W. B. Gainer, Econfina;
rreasurer, H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
'Ta Asseasor, J. J. Wiliams, Chip-
ley;- County Supet ittendent< B.
:,. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
Sioners, First District, Bee Brooks;
Second District. Levi Yates;
SThird Distrie S.L Davis; Fourth Dis-
Strict, P. N. Hutcbhson; Fifth Distric..
SW. I Singletary-Justice of the
ieace, ioli Sturroel;,: Notaries, W.
J, Eam-mons, A. H. Brake.
SSchool Directors, G. W., Surber, Sr.,
P. Grillt, A. H. rake; Postm s-
ter, W. t. Conely.T
an i. na City-Postmaster, Taylor
i, le-ostmnaster, J. S. Melvin.
Justice of the Peace, G.M B. Harries.
Coiatable, J. H. Daffin.
Parker-- Poaitelfatr F. Boutelle.
Notery Publlew. I. Partier
Callawa-Pos6ta ster, M. N. Carlisle.
NJlantonz-Postmaster, Andrew ALlan.
ttidersou-Post master, S. W Audler-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. Q, Holley.
a ay.--P3JoSt stirss, Mrs. i. Gay.
t.ompkinis-Posttlastcr. Emery Tomp-
Bayhead--Postmistvr. O. C. TompKiis.
Cook--Posiunitt'far, .1. .1. Lower.
'tia'>PpU- IesmistrCes, Mrs. Dyer.
a1urtee--Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

Ualbloin County _CrrouLantuon -Postmas-
er Nora Hoskin.
arunidae-lostmaster. W. F. Wood-

:,v ti. uil ivia uiils, via. Audersoa ,
"..gay, iay ilea0 and Chipley departs
;e. cIy lu. exvc.pt judvay at 3: K)
-l a. , ;..-arives every day ex-
*' ;iju in y T;.l s .
s't >.l tr iH rrison, M ll. tille.
,.- ~.' 'Lrr; PittsbuLt, COO.,
had'. ^if liu \\ t-tapI'w-- *alei St.
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t ,j i -*-,,", ave. front-
g lt'ai $ -*'*..*esat 11 a.u. anu
y p. i. ..-uudiay Scbool every Sun.
: .) a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner
tt r.
t. i.L.Jht bl.ilscoiial-ChureI Waer.-
;*i,llo.i (ienleitll Chestit ut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
teyb F, Winem. n. DaStoU'.
"t.-- ii1 let'iai t'ihurli corner Loralnti
: ve. and Drake St, Sunday school
-30 i iii every; ziuutl .a J -: ... r k. pt.
il.- i,'h Il'lir. Li corner W yli.li. ig
.jitd .l 'oster St.

-rker Lodge 'N 142

ArLkrg BrolherM
. .'.&Fa ; R .A..-Lt, -v.

i' t- Ihe guStateo at Larhef hai i

./i.CLI llel0 a minister oaths, take
.il/di Ct, elize acl noi liledgt
a, au tnwhee In ailorilda.

1 fp'or lawfully Qualiied parties.
4 ;i 'the uoy nftic't. Atode.rews
]R. E. PALME., Seuretarv
''* o t X I.:SS Dilt4CTORL; -
, .. E5I1510tS,
.- 'i li"or l, e. State at Larger haOf

S -tUles, ~ c.;. a nere In lorida.e-
yr. :u attetit given to land con-

,. i nati tmarri Alge Nceremony per-l
S cited and given promptat-
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J'Yu.tice Oi the Peace, Dist. No. 5.
S Office at residence in West End, St.
Andrews; but- carries his seal with
It li at his business and is prepared to
S apply h is jirat to instruments, wher-
ever found.. Attends to official busi-I
ness in his jurisdiction...Collections a
speoialty. ___
`'hyslrcia aud Druggist, Commerce St.,
edst of Bayvie, offers his profes-
sioual services to the citizens of St.
: Adreiws and vicinity. Iesideuce.bn
Atuena Visra avenue.
~.-o.pthic Ph.y'ician kud Accou-
S iece Pioneer Drug Store,
, "< W. H. PARKER,
: iC tor the State of Flor-
a.. ge. Otlice at Parker, Fla.
,.,,.:ii', aud payment of- tazes
.. -.:. i'. ,i, s9. specialties.

. i.ero.
Sof this pimee? ask-
,: as scoring ,ou't of

.:n ;:I* .'.; thou~glitfnhly re-
- /;- ",-.iw Its supplying the

I .' ..th .t S.,'[ I' better than a
p' ltce--Turkiblh Prurerb.

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19t 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as seceion class niater, under
Acl of Coiigriss of March 3, 1879;

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject- to special
"Local Drift." 5c per line, first inser-
tion;.fle each. siibsequeit. Display
locals double ablve rates.
' ,A /* -- I * -. -,
"'T t TI m~,t'Ag-aphb is cIheked with
blue pencil it isa 'reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
'or three extra numbers wi!l ;e sen
you that no break r.a occur should
you choose to renew.

How Time flies! When the Buoy
was established, seventeen long-
years ago, the publisher- little
dreamed that, in 1908 -he would
still be in control of its destinies;
but whatever may be his shortcom-
ings, lack of perseverance is not one
of them, and although many disad-
vantages have been met and con-
tended with, he still findsl; himself
soliititnil the favor'- of all perv.is
inme eted in the welfare and pros-
perity of the St. Andlrews' Bay
-outntry andi of as many others ia
feel that the service can be used to
When this publication was estab-
lihedl, it was not because the pres-
ent publisher imagined that. he was
a born newspaper man, or that he
thought. he had brains to sell which
the people would fall over them-
-el\ves to purchase. But coming
to Florira from Iowa in the hope of
finding improvement in health, and
realizing the necessity of engaging
in some occupation by the mean ol'
which he could provide for the sup-
-fPrt..f-WMtselj aid fy-a y.- &.^v ,^ g
at tht time been for more than for-
t\ years engaged. in the printing
bbsines- in all capacities from ap-
prentice in the Wisconsin State
printing office to business manager
of'daily papers in Burlington anid
Fort Madison, 'Iowa, and learning
that. a new printing outfit was stor-
ed away in Vare's store, and want-
ing a purchaser, he,' in company
with Mr. E. J. Lynch, secured it.
But finding th.t there was not suf-
ficient business to support t.wo fam-
ilies, Mr. Lynch soon went to Tam-
pa and was otherwise engage'l,
I -..ing the present publisher to
handle the Buoyy as best he could
and never since the first issue has
it faile.l to make its appearance e\v-
ery week.
To say that it has al-ways been
up to the standard that the pub-
1 u c C')i wish would be claiming
tio much; but it has always been
t .e could do under the ci

Through it, all he has held to the
one idea that, debt was the worst
enemy a country newspaper could
have, therefore he has made it
a-point to payS for what he
gets as he goes along, or else
go without, .and to make a re-
ally good paper it is necessary to
emnploy both the mechanical
and editorial departments, and it
must be pa and while *-, 1 's


support has been as good a could ment upon which this nDtion was
reasonably be expected, of a sfnall established. While' its founders re-
community, it has not been suffi- cognized civil government.as ot di-
cient to employ expert assistance, vine origin, yet they believed in the
and therefore the publisher has total separation of Chuuoh and
"paddled his own canoe" with very State as enunciated by the author
little assistance; but he hag beer of Christianity in these 'words;
continually adding to the equipment "Render therefore. unto Caesar the
until now, lacking a power press, the things which are Caesar'S; 'and
he believes there is no better unto God the things that are God's."
equipped newspaper and job office Civil governmeotwas 'ordained by
in West Florida, and occupying as God to protect men in the enjoy-
it does, a home of its Own in the "merit of their rights.: Freedomt of
best business location in St, An- conscience iit religious- inatters is
drews, there can be no reason why one of these rights. 'u4day is 1
'it may not yet come to the front rieigiou institution, ttlrefore Sun-
with suffcieilt businge cp maintain, d~jy is arlreligioUis. .or
a"gooZd working forc findl present a the government, to enact arid ei-
publication that shall be a credit-to force Sunday laws. is for the gov-
St. Andrews Bay. eminent, to enact and enforce re-
And, thanking the many friends ligion. But to enforce any feature
who have stood by hint in his strug- of religion by civil law upon the
gles, the publisher hopes ere long conscience, is not the protection,
to reward them with a greatly im- but the invasion of, rights. It is
proved publication and to merit clearly a perversion of power by
and receive-their continued favors, civil government.
Very few people seem to realize
A SUNDAY LAW CAMPAIGN: tkat the-use of force in matters
The following communication which pertain to our Irelation to
from the Editor of Liberty, an Ad- God, and our duty to him, is incon-
vantist monthly publication of Or-' sistent with the gospel of Christ,
land, Fla., is heartily approved by and fhat in the end, rgigious legis-
the editorof the Buoy,w\ho believes nation means religious persecution.
that every person sholdl :e left free \Ve believe there'needs t)o be. a bet-
to interpret the won,.lerful work's of te!r aid more general understanding
creation accordingt to the dictates ,.,f the great principle tunderlying
of his own conscience: human rights and lib hrties. Reli-
Mr. Editor: Nearly all tlie prt'- giotus libettyv is safe only while a
testant ministers o f., the city of knowledge of its principles s is famiil-
Vashington, D. ('., recently united iar to the people.
with the Cat lolic c gyv in an effort The deman:ld that congress shall
to secure the better observance of pass a District Sunda' law is not a
Sunday; and one of the Inethods mere local affair. It.does not con-
proposed by which to aceomlplish cern simply the people of the Dis-
this result, is to induce C'odgress to trict of Columbia. I is of nation-
pass a Sunday law for the District al significance, and.: concerns' the
ot Columbia. people of the.whole nation.
While I am an earnest advocate When the congress of this nation
of eveerthi.ng that tends to promote shall enforce religious institutions
the spiritual and moral welfare of upon the people bNy-law, the doom
humanity, greatly depreciate all of the religious freedom, the found-
coercive legislation in the- di. tion nation of which is set like a diamond
of $iunda'oie..'rvance; or arlif her j the C0onSLttitonli,. lt h \eew 6n
.rogious rite or cerunony, hs~violr- fixecl: for 'the onwl\ard p h will
tive of the letter hnd spirit f the surely be, step by step, '0owyn the
Constitution of the UnitedStates- r-oad of relFgious intolera~te to re-
We freely grant. the right to the ligious tyranny. May voices every-
clergy of the city of Washington, where he heard saying:. Let the
or any other body of men, to seek American constitution, wisely fram-
by all proper means, to influence ed in the interest of civil and reli-
public opinion in favor of Sunday gious liberty, forever'remain as our
observance; but when they attempt forefathers established it. Let the
t~ifluence congress to exercise the watchword (m every man who loves
law making power to compel others liberty and his country be, Free-
to act in harmany with their religi- dom for All---Oppression to None.
ous views: thereare e many thousands Yours for our National and eter-
of voices who enter their emphatic nal welfare,
protest. C( P. WmnrrFv.ti.
If this nation is great for one -
reason more than for any other, it. T... i ,'. .r.- .
is that. its founders stood for entire '" . i lvI ou D0
separation of religion from ci\'il .,. ,h ih,,., I 'itd a
government. 'They held that it .., .1 ,'i. tint,','e ms. a I \i'li p.ii<
was not right for civil government .,. : '.' .
"]'i 1,. (' .I _' ".'I (*:.-;ip" /i at.
to legislate on religious que.-tions. er. i ., ,h,. i ad -rr.miiel.
They believed that all men should aiLeite'ld ii.n
be Icft free to follow the dictates of "I be ,-o yr pardon." sail the mih
ister. "if I lhace thonglhtIt'Sly awak-
of their own conscience in all mat- e e, in your ni!'l re'ollecttions of a
ters pertaining to religious faith painful nature. The world is full of
and practice. In any event ttey sorrowo. sir. nnt l perhaps my questioni
r J nrecnalls to .your memory a .fair. beautil
were not to be called upon to render fl girl whose blossoming young life
an account to civil governmentt as had vithcrecl in its bloom. Am I
to how, when, or where they wor- right.'4r .. "
hn w h "NoT', not exsctly.," replied the old
shipped God. They believed that gentleman sadly. "I have five unmar-
every man's relation to God was a ried darters, mister, an' the youngest
direct relation, not sustained of the lot is twenty-eight years old." .
through any other man, or number With Father.
S. Nurse--Come indoors at once. Mas-
of men. In short, they believed ter Richard, and be a ggod boy. You
.that "Every one of us shallgive ac- won't go 'to heaven if you're so
count of himself to God." Bible. naughty.' Master Richarr I don't
want to go to heaven. I want to gro
This is the principle of govern- ...,. ,.,.,.,_r .,.,.,,, -,.,-.h





I have sent a letter of inquiry to
three hundred democrats through,-
out Washington county, asking their I
views of the situation and their ad-
vice as to whether or not I should
enter the race for Sheriff. I put
the matter efitirely in their hands
'and promised to be governed by a
majority of dtei replie. I- ~e
this plan which I have adopted is
the one right way to get at the true
sentiment of the people and at the
same time do myself full justice.
The result of the inquiries sent out
has been entirely satisfactory and i
am pleased beyond 'expectation.
Out of the large number of replies
received, more than ninety per cent.
have been strong-positive-open'
pledges of support. These pledges
co'ie from every, section of the
county and from people from the
humblest to the highest walk of life,
all expressing their confidence and
urging me to make the race.
It is under these favorable cir-
crumstances that I yield myself to
what I regard as the expressed
vwi-hes of the majority of all classes
of our people audl announce myself
candidate for this high office.
I regard the office of Sheriff in
this county at. this time as being of
unusual importance on account of
the fast increasing population, and
the floating element we shall have
to contend with. I shall always
endeavor to stand out as a "terror
to evil doers," und at the same
time be a true friend to the man
\ifo is doing right. If I have any
official favors given into my hands
they will he equally and impartial
distributed among you. I will keep
sacred all the promises and pledges
made in my letter of Dec. 31st.
To my many friends, :especially the
country people and the laboring
classes who have solicited me to as-
pire to this office, ind'promised me
your support,;. ya.have mi, sinpere'.
.apreciation. fo"x yot
n"-mem TiaT-wr .- to oa. e'l wf-'
era generally that I.will bethanififLt
ifor their support .
Respectfully Yours,
Toi. J. WATTS.

I have concluded to come before the
people agaii as a candidate for County
Tax Collector, subject to the action of
the Democratic Primary, to succeed
mpself, and hereby make announce-
ment.. If nominated and elected I
piaimise a faithful and impartial admin-
istration of the dutie- of the office.
Your support is respectfully solwited.
I herlbyv announce myself ai candiidate
lo r.-el--ction to the citfic> of Tax As-
-e-ort':of ashington countyy . subject to
the aciion hf the White Pritmar. I sO-
I ou:sil sur, support and vot.', prtmisng.
if elected, to serve th>- people faithfully.

To stop that pain in the back, that
stiffness of the joints and iiuscles, take
Pineules. They are g-uaranteed. Don't
suffer from rheuma'tisin, backache, kid-
ney trouble, when you get 30 days'
treatment for $1.00. A single dose at
bedtime proves their ,l erit. Get them
tocl. Sold by W. C. Holly & Co.

St c t i:rl: J Rct. a.

!rouSlt higher price's. ('eer.o ial .
),'. ost ifo a d s -ci 'ie. Catie had
('ook that c('3t him 2.it ,O5 A gardener r
was worth ': )0, a Ilacks:nith .$T(), an
actorr $5.0(,o. a pimys'ic i1 $10.000.-
ILonisvill]e ('ou rer-.Iourua I.

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Grippe dr Influenza, whichever you lii
S to call it, is one of the most weakeripg
diseases known.

S Scofft Efmulsrion, w hi is Cod
Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di
Sgested form, is the greatest strength uilder '
known to medical science.- 1

It is so easily digested that it sinks o ,-int
S t the system, making new blood and new fat
and strengthening nerves and muscles. "

-Use Scot4a EmuIl ion aft er"

Invaluable for Coughs and Colds


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Co esnpoddnce of tne Buoy.
Editor Buoy-Dear Sir: Will you
kindly permit me, through the me-
dium of your paper to correct a'mis-
statement which I final in the Pit, 's
write-up of East Bay, its editor
having evidently been misinformed.
Old Uncle Peter Parker, al-the
time of the yellow fever scourge ft.
old St. Joseph, married my wife's
aunt, her maiden name being Anna
Lofton. Her first husband was Dr.
Bartle. After the Doctor' death-,
*she married Uncle Peter Parker.
They had three sons and one daugh-
ter, one son being namedPetet and

sacola. Now she-and John Patker
are the anly living children by his
first wife. He afterwards married
Betty Knowles, a widow, whose,
maiden name was Betty Gray.
They had three children, twod augh-
ters and one son, Peter, who lives
at Parker, but' the "two daughters
are.dead. These are facts.
My wife, Eliza E. Mashburn was
boAr at St. Joe. Her'father and
mother, Mr. Ashley and old Uncle
Joe Maissalina moved from there in
the time of the yellow fever, in
18-11. Plenty more proof of this if
necessary.' They brought with them
frim ,St. Jae, two daughters and
one .oIL Inl the time of the yellow
fever, my wife and myself helped
to put away the dead who died
with the disease, hut we never were
attacked by it.' lf you wish any
further explanation about those
matters, either my wife or I will- be
pleased to furnish it. '
No need toi f.nr coughs and volds this
Vy>ar as. on ctOi obtaji Bees Laxative
.ouCtih S q'| 11now I''.om yur dealdr.
Th v- is ool IInW9 to mothers who tear
erI)up) hnd w liohoi)ini ile la\ativ'e butt, expels th- poi.ou from
the v.tem in tlite natural ,way.. Cuts.
ti pililegi- .aniJ clear the 'head. CGuar-
anteed. Su'db.y W. C. HolIey & -Co'.
STo the. -Point. ,,
hIn a tL- r ails e 1. i-

haia ;ein tb^.tfafei 9- tW g t irf
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"Thin," sail1 Coui~eC1. "i t fl thie/cort
in nl f, w woriafs n a iP'le jJust how.
It opr'i r d'e]." .
"Yu' h.j:ior." r.L'p.bl .,'e.I the oil Indy,
"I i'bore t.in tell u:' 1- a few words.
(t Js" tOL'te'] n ic:;i bhit."-Cleveland

Vi t-". Urrewarded.
"O'l !"-.r. '. ;-i I '* (e*nlie -ue
o'6- ; ic:.I .,ev i ',e's at ri! rf isl~ ) she
,!.,e-u't i tnce it at all!"-3ioggendorf-
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W, H. Milton President.



. J. M. Dillon, Vice President.



CATTAL9, $20 00,000.000

John Milton, III. SecyTreas "'


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IA six-room cottage near Brackin's Dock, St. Andrews, F:ai. Price, $2 000- to o shares of stock in a newly organized State Bank in West Florida.
i to 12 shares of stock in one of the leading National Banks or Jacksonville, Fla. ito 10 shares of stock in the Southern Life and Accident-Insurance Company
Sto to shares of stock in one of the best managed banks in West Florida. i to 5o shares of stock in this Company .

Prices on Application.

DIRECTORS---John M. Dillon, John Milton, ir., W. -1. Watson John Milton; I[I, H. H
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It Was Paaced by the British Pdrliai'
rent In 1714.
What is commonly men.r by "i- t -
lug the riot act" is better k:i:T.-;n l:; m
the origin of the phrase. The l lt, rtI .
'al riot act was passed by 1', HI.',! '
parltaineut lu lhe reign of' ; 1 k'-. ;.
In 1714. It enacts that ri.:i);I t o ,P:r,. '
uilted when twelve or r.irt ipral .Ti r i .
,jinllnwfurll, riotously and tunitultim-MItH,
ry iissemna'. to'getier to th,. disTrt.ai-e4
OftAbe p'4bllc peaLeC. P0 to' Cini tiim-. ' t
getaer-fr aon horr aftur IrPng cg i.. '
mandd.foj disperse by tihe .,brriad 'f, .
undcersherMr or- a J'lstle or .0'1 aiysR .
of te'orough. -. ,
In the "Ir'edin.;" ortAe-lw Pi.llrJi? -
act, "bich i-a- lressmdar. prllutnAgiy
to ILtS belg it- n o.peAlIIT't. IN d" '
uentotuar to rep-llt th otr .'
* tO oufr the fotloR p-'r l',itd'
whiAbh It contains: "Our -I, ep'!;Ia to' I
the king chnrgel'h nu cot'm.: '.t a'l
.persons being, stseuihe'd ;. .. ..! Ivl
to d0F1per'e thllIF l' r np ,' .ii niil. t"
to depart to t.lu.eir abttit' or t. '
their lawfr, bhlrsln(,s t o In lh .i,7n1'w.4,
contained In the act wade ih ;l) l.heit .
year o King Geoorge r !,vfor nt(t
tuioults audri^trlI6t aiisseb ,;.... to
ratve hti k'ii'g!?"-('lk'c)go Ne-'.S~

"I trust this may be read by mliri
sufferers fromn kidney and binddar i riu-.
bles" writes Mrs. Joe King, if W6,Md- '..
land, Tex. "I- siriftened four y,~ars aic d
could find not.hingtd, rive even rnmn- ...
ralry relief. Our druggist at I-t iInllu'-
ed me to trty your 30 days treai,'-r.t fI
Pineute's for $1. This one hbtfle lhna
cured me and money dould not hu 'ltbe
value it has baen to me." (Guairunlcle(T.
Sold by W. C Hollev & Co,

Inside and Outside Thioves in the Bla
Department Storis.
The fixed charges of* departnmnt
store must cover'tlie !os -of lbinkn;i'
.and general destruction the r fal"i,.'
.)f gfods to sell awl thoft. 'I b., cl-a.p--
er stores suffer more rerloa;'' t r~' ,o -
tbler.i'jg than the higher prk-il:.j-f1 -.. ,
because their employees.are PleM tr i :
worthy. For years the propriltot es:: -
tinated thnt their theft ioa.NX n. r d
due half to their-dlsbonest onllQflt .'.,
and hainr to outid6ris,.btt not 6of t:'
them would reuture ts estiftilVe? -e-.,
total. There Is a eirloua staiNPd., 4
ethics among asomnof .te p t4opt '"- ':
They do ihot regard taking pt'c. Wt ,t -'* '.'
their own nue as ,therf,rbei* J, -
take .,-thm for -o'se. on a .l -
(peRbe .,r 'tli-e am ^A
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1 I

i R I T I-M E.
*" *"- .

S The.str. Tarppn arrived from the
south at 7 o'clock, a. p., Friday
and from the west at 11:00 a. m.
The Nancy Lee, came in Tuesday
evening with a nice catch of red
snappers and St. Andrews people
availed themselves of the opportu-
nity tl'enjoy a feast. thereof.
The shr. Lucy H. arrived from
Sensacola, Sunday evening.


Carries tnt East nay Mail between-St
A drew,, Wetappo ap4 iatesmedialc
points. Leafte St. Andrew daily (ex
cept Sunday' a t 5f01 a, m.; arrive at
We aDpo at 1*,30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at lf~iO,. ,I tr;llves at St,. Andrew aj
'70 p. .p. Mikes landings f~ularly at
Panamma City, C'reant.-en, Parker, Cal-
lawa Oooq, Allanton and Farmd.ale.
Freight landed at ,aay postofL-e wharf'.
For p-s8enger and freight rates, see
r&te card In thesse0erd postoflices.
SF. A. WITRAaLL.,-Manoager.

The following-table record the max-
/imumt, minimum atd mean tenper4,-
tures. the rainfall and direction of, the-
wind4 fr the. twienty-fotr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p, m., as indicated by U. S.
nstrumen a

SDIate...... I a 1 i RIin. Wind
Jan... 9 69 41 55 .00 se
SO3 71. 46 58 03 e
S381 668 51 48 ,00 s
1 65 46 56 .83 e
S 2 `6631 146 .00 n
S/ \ ,48 2-4 35 .00 ~ w
S4 58 29 49 .00 s

-i t03 3

51 i .86

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E. W-X IfRR..

P 104TO8 IA PH S

.adoe and Delivered Within a

ll '1 n _

TM Ju'inping 'Off Place.
'Consumption buad me in- its gras'
and I4h. ahst rlb io the j mphqj
OfPIaOA Whenj1wa qdv1sdto try. Dr
v,-ait -FC~sy an~ f Wot, ti

Vth rhe-V rvt bottle
GAOne AsMiO bqW&les
'l.f a We l -Pti happy man agaidt, says
GaP .MI @1M'ot Crimeslaad, N. C. As
IaNVeOedPor oftehe and~doldl snd heal
or of w ask, wvr lung# and for. prevent
Uitg pueuirlodi :,a W -Iliaowety' is su
peme.- 59 ,'and l.at A. aI. Braerip's
riaI botiile free

orGave It UpI
Sfrienzf of the writer recently Wade
apwicalflon for a public appointment in
smial Xeodftb. town, and, thinking
that 0iW. ebaae o seuccess would be
gOeteir O a "ltt-ie' jumdcous canvass-
IMs. he resolved. to, call npoma w 'em of
the town efuoue'lors. In whuV' haIds
the Klioittmelt lay'. 'Of the' cfvik- dii
nitarIes' jIsItfou In p:-"a"'-P f'Fr lie
n)ew ,InolLTHIg. JoIL'e filg, it tilt' tolwU
lb ilinestlot. be hired a 'iiiat itey rail-
way stationu Iand reqviesteil. the John
to. tLake bli- to. Co'r:iiell IBL-'l's. the
"'ePUsurer. T!iL'- uOmL,'C!0.1ul was nIfou
1L. Alis b4UCk1sInI:z!Ws 9firpp ehoeEiog; a,
-i'll i-cec NV):neItL~j~S-t o. mBon'L IzB/por-
tanme thian t is. wyuniow.'! i-aid tVie can-
in~dat. t~,h;~me~f' uti, tiir'nlig to thek
L.'~erl. lie, all. "vL-I! Ine t1 Councilor

h4 a ~ ii tlrieoeipoon drove him to"
the', lotal l oler's sbO: This wair
.ioqrt' t''.uie jhan t(!,e iiith',. aud. In,
de00:in Ir he I'.I:Ivu lutteJ:
"[)rirc tue ttru t'ounellor Gray's,"
-t ain 'oune'lIom- tr.,r islr." -replied,,

tie auaster Staggered the candidate.
le 4luletly j*)id his fare and disap-
p feared.' re"itd to -leave ius Jate in
S4their buds 'trlAout- prejupdlpslag them
Sany %i iy.Ia ki i;fvor.--Londin
7 IBtand~nsw.-

"'or'C uld Nit wit.
"Cng you lend. we a. fi.yerlyold tel-

"Surely I can.'"'
"But wil' you?"
"Ab; my will"power las utterly db-
_r werte1 m these days I"-Towu' T'qPIos

&U rr W'~~L SWC~Cih -Y



Judge L J.. REEVES.,
e. B. DUNN. -

-bouventr Book 01 St. Andrew, 00c
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's.
--Colored and plain souvenir" pstal-
cards with St. Andrew. scenes at the
Buov office
-Fashionable souvenir, baronial en-
velopes embellished with beautiful
Florida snowy heron, at the Buoy office.
. -Blank Warranty Deeds, short torm
printed on good linen caper, 25c per
;,dozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts
in a block, 10c each. at the Buov office
-The Buoy is indebted to Capt. L.
M. Ware of the Nancy Lee for a fine
red snapper, Tuesday evening. The
Captain always has a soft spot in his
heart for his friends,
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight TAblets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
best ink. Econcmical permanent. abso-
lutely indelible, convenient, non-coro-
--tiandsome letter heads with 3t
Andrews Bay date line and views bf(
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c per dozed; also, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the BuoV Office.
---Ms.; Lila Welcb iwile of .Adam
Welch, died last Friday, aged 42 yeas,
and was buried Satur&dy, the funeiaL
services being conducted by Rev. Mr.
Fordham. The deceased leaves. be-
Ssides her husband, a large family of
little children who can ill afford .to b3
dppri ved of a mother's care.
-Buoy patrons who are depending
upon the publisher to attend to the pay
ment of their taxes, who have forward
ed their money, are asked to be patient
for a short time. The- uoy's list is in
the hands of the collector, 'and as *oon
as the receipts are received they will
be forwarded to, the respective owners.
-Reports now are that tnat the A. &
St A. R. R. is now, or soon will be
running passenger trans to Spannis
Still, abont eight miles |to the south ot
its Round Lake terminus. The next
station will probably be at Bear Creek
crossing. It seems that the arrange-
ment to connect with the (~ A. L. Co
fell through at the last moment, and
the connection is not to be made.
-Theru has beaD considerable of an
epidemic of measles, both in St. An-
drews and Millville for.the past two or
thrqe -weeks. Almost every family
that had not previously passed through
the disorder has had from one member
lothe whole household under treatment
by the family'physician. Happily, up
to this writing no fatalities are report-
ed, and under the skillful treatment
bestowed it is not likely there will be

, Loading Freight by Cards.
- '"J don't, know whether the practice
is btffl kept up in the far south, but I
remember how tlckled I was at seeing
S.te mthod. used In lo1aig good# into_
y*01, WW."fIs afo io 1 'BiSsippf some
4, whHie ago," said a railroad man of St.
S "A. lot Of strapping black fellows will
a be on the Job under the supervision of
a white man.,who will We Issuing or-
Sder .with great volubility. 'Put this
- aboard the king of diamonds; take this
to:the ace. f. hearts; load this on, the-
ten of spades; this to the jack of cubss'
and so on, and then you'll notice each
one of the long line of freight cars has
tacked on it some one of the fifty-two
3 cards composing a full deck. The Sen-
Y: egamblan loafers for the most part
Were ignorant of letters and figures,
but every man of them knew the paste-
board emblems which he had.often
handled in games of seven up. That
next to craps is the chief diversion of
the colored sports of Dixie."-Balti-
more American.

Cruel Spring.
The talk in the village hostelry had
been on the subject of vegetable
freaks, but at length it veered round
"Did erer you keep a goat, Bilr?"
nfquired a #;ay whiskered gentleman
in a corner sat..
"Did I everr' answered the little
maria addresed \with rustic familiarity.
"I bought one last Christmas what
nearly brought .ne to the work'uer.
Eat anything, from 'tins o' blackin" to.
flatirons, that goat would. Lucky
thing for me the spring killed it."
S"I didn't know the seasons affected
goats," observed the gray whiskered?
gentleman: .
"Who's talkln''about seasons?" came '
the reply. "-t was the spring of our "
alarm clock what 'e made a meal of
one day as done It!"-London Express.

GeOerally the Case.
"I wish Yqu would mention this to a
Jinks. It is highly important."
"I'll mention It to him today."
"But how do you know you will see (
Shim today?"
"I'm bound to bump into him. I owe
him mouey."-St. Paul Ploneer Press.


F. BJLLOGK, (,abli'sp,

* '.


S .l *
r Paronge h Respefully S cied.

Tear Pafronage rs Respeoffully Solicited.


War Vessels of the United States That
Have Disappeared.
Curious disappearances and accidents
to our warships characterized the early
history of our navy, and in spite of all
the efforts of the navy department to
explain the cause of the disasters many
of them are as absolute mysteries to-
day as when they happened.
When the government built ten new
gunboats to prosecute the war against
Tripoli in 1805, they were sent out as
soon as they were finished and before
they were named. Each oneawas given
a number and dispatched to the seat of
the war. No. 7 sailed from New York
July 20, 1803, under the command of
Lieutenant Ogelvie. and after she cleat-
ed Sandy Hook light sh# was never.
heard from again. She went down
with all on board before she had even
been named.
A most extraordinary accident was
that which happened to the corvet Mo-
nongahela at Santa Cruz in 1807.
While at anchor in the harbor a tre-
mendous tidal wave lifted her upon its
crest and carried her clean over the
town of Frederichstadt and back again
without injuring the town or the boat
to any great extent. The receding
wave landed her on the beach instead
of in the deep water of the harbor, and
it cost our government $100,000 to float
her again. Fully as strange was the
fate of the sloop-of-war Wateree. She.
was anchored in the harbor of Arica.
Peru. in 1868, when a huge tidal wave
swept inland and flooded the whole
city. The wave carried the sloop sev-
eral miles inland and finally landed her
in the midst of a .tropical forest. It
was impossible to release her from
such a peculiar position, and the gov-
ernfient sold her for a nominal sum.
The purchasers turned the vessel into
a hotel, and the remains:of-that once
formidable war vessel" loom up in the
tropical forest today as a monument
to the power of tidal waves.
Among the other cases of disaster
which are attributed to the violence of
the waves or weather tlite is none
more interesting than -thto of the
strange fate of the Saratoga. When
she sailed from Philadelphia in Octo-
ber, 1780, under the comniand of Cap-
tain James Young, there was no finer
or handsomer war vessel afloat. That
she was as formidable as she was at-
'tractive was soon demonstrated 1n a
practical way. After cruising around,
a short time she captured three British
vessels in succession, and then, with
her prizes, shlb started to return to
Philadelphia, bu't off the Delaware
capes she encountered a British ship
of the line. As the Saratoga carried
only 'eghteen guns and the Intrepid
Wyas a seventy-four gun ship, Captain,
Young considered it Fnfer to run away.
The enemy did not-chase her far, but'
turned to protect and recapture thA.
.British prizes. The Saratoga- sailed
away in the very teeth. of, q storm, and:
she was never-heard from- agatn;.

Spoiled Their Waltzing.
rn her rleiinir .1 Mmn. de Boignp
gives soine Fr orersting glilpses of,
EngHshl swrc-tii life. For lustance, sli-
"i'n ui8 i 1o young En1giish lady ven
tured.-'o waltx. --The I)ilke o6r DcO)'it
shire returned from a tour in Germaiu.
and J'lMerved one evening at a i.lrge
ball that a --omnu vwas nev eer Ei.sc tj
better ;Ad\'nut'ige thau when waltzlug
I do not know whether be was anx-
o00s to pl;y a trick, but- he repeated
.his aHr. ioJn sev'lal li!ens. It was
pa,:.I from mn ltj to u:.xrth;. nud at
,he rn.' I ball, ;ll tl:'. young nladles were
w;ilt ig. Tie duke atmired 'them
cre:,;ly. .oad that it' was delightful and
-a0e Irlo!er uuliuation to a ball. tie
"nl, ^.1,i I carelessly 'that he, at any
:i*t-. 4-,!i decided never to marry e
a,:\ \o waftzed. It was to the
l1n '-,s. o,f Kichluond and at Carlton
IlI...:- Iu!int he s:aw fit to make this
!-etr'-il.'ii. The poor duchesFs, the most
'i1.'::; a,"' i;itchmuakiug mam~ihas, near-
l. I, I'l i, her chair with horror. She
"IepiirIl lhe stateilent to her neuif -
'1,,'. . i; passed it on. and consterna-
1',1i .-;::, .l1 from seat to seat. The
.i;.i:l I;l,!ics continued to valtz with
..hIir i-u.l-. iences. The old ladies were
i'nr',,'ls. Ilut the unfortunate dance was
omn-luded. Before the end of the even-
nug the good Duchess of Richmond
'as-ablle to announce tnat her daughi
.ers fert .an objection to waltzing
,vhhliil no persuasion of hers could ever
>ver'co:ue. Sotn few girls of more in-
lependence conttfn d ,to waltz, but the
imjolrttyv gave- i- rp." '

After the Honeymoon.
"PFi." inquired a small boy on the
)akland boat. "what's a simoon?"
'"Huh!" grunted the man without
)okilcg from his paper. "Simoon's
and storm on the dessert, dreaded by
travelers "
"And. pa. what's a honeymoon ?
"Honeymoon's rice. storm on a train.
enjoyed by travelers."
"Then a honeymoon's something like
simnoon. ain't it. pal"
"Guess s, 'Keep quiet. Don't askl
many fool questions. Look at the
ea gulls."
"But nin't they a good deal alike, pa
simoons add hbo eymoons?"
*"gh. huh, both full of/tot air! Most
oneymoons become simoons in a few
ears. When the honey's gone the
gh's left."
"Pa. were you ever on a honey,
0011on ?"
'Per"y. if you don't stop pestering
e with questions I'll never bring you
-er to the city again."
"Well. ma sald she had a honeymoon.
d' it was like a dream, and all the
st of it's been a nightnmare."-San
'ramcisco Chronicle.

Opposites Often' Wed.
"Miss, you are a hoiden. Nobody
ill ever came to marry a boisterous
"Don't worry,. mother. I'll find some
re, girlsterous boy."-Kansas City

The Ioetor-Yoir understand, don't
u. that this is.only to be used ex-
rnally? The Patierrt's Wife-Sure,
, I allus makes him get out o' bed
drink it.-London Serap,

t is better to hiope and to work than
grumble and quarrel and shiriL-
ltiniore American.








Life Saving and Law.
The Rouluaniians are as curious Ill
some things as the Chinese. A girl
who fell into the river afid was swept
down by the curruet finally seized a
bush on the bank and drew herself
to shore. The owner of the land on
which the bush grew immediately
claimed a reward of 4 shillings because
his bush was there and had saved her.
Her father refused to pay, and there
was a lawsuit. What the law has to
decide is whether drowning people can
make use of bushes on the bank with-
out paying for the same or whether-the
assistance of the said bush is worth a
certain sum of money.
In China if a 'person falls into the
water no one must help him out. but
a the same time a spectator can be im-
prisoned for not advising the victim to
stay on dry land.

The Navel Oran!r.
For a product of nature a California
navel orange as it graces the breakfast
table or the push cart is about the
most artificial thing in the world. It
Is also a very striking Illustration of
the fact that while beauty may be
only skin deep it counts for a whole
lot. To begin with, the navel orange
of California is an exotic, reaching its
present habitat after devions wander-
-lng. And. be it ever so sweet tasting,
"If its skin has had its beauty marred it
scarcely ever gets farther than the
orchard wIhre it grew. Not only that,
but even the most comely ones before
they are boxed and shipped a're brush-
ed by machinery and polished and
otherwise fussed with to give them a
beauty which mefe nature never would
have provided.-William R. Stewart in
Technical World.

Ignorance Not Bliss.
"There is a certain gnawing uncer-
tainty about calling on people who
speak a different language from their
servants," remarked the woman who
does. "You can never tell whether
they are saying, 'Make another cup of
tea. Katie; I have company,' or 'She
always drops in about tea time, con-
found her! Pour some more hot water
In the pot.' "-New "York Press.

Saw For Himself.
SA man carrying a looking glass said
to a newsboy, "Come here and look
into this glas and you will see a don-
"How did you find that out?" retort-
ed the boy.-London Express. .

Pinesalve Carbolized acts like pouf
ice1 d raws out:inflammation and poison.
Aqtiseptic, healing. For chapped hands,
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by W. C. Holley
&o. ,
When Life Was Little Valued.
The 223 capital offenses which the
old English law recognized as punish-
able- ty death did not kekp down crime,
and with the albolitiou of the death
,pelnlty for- all et11 4esi but murder
rcrine in Eiilanud. us well as every-
-.'lhe:'o else 1il over the world where
tlm death penalty has been modified,
Ic.:siienc mn rur-edly. notes the Boston
Tra -der .
EdPmond Burke sald thht he coii!d in
hi': tiu.i obtain ,the, assent of: the
hli'j .1 of l'jui.imons to uuy 11li-tbhat cutr
rieO l Uie duaili ,piiilshiue.! t.
*A 'iffnt Ilfe-' ;;'. not very vn!i:nlab,
In, ftnt- .'renuou, s il;iay. If he scratch
o,., his n.latu oi \\'ectwuiuzter bridi'Ml'
ho Tr0 e ar 1. l r, fauor ls mirst;ic:-he or
any eotlicr (li::igale on ii public rorad. I1
lie cut lowu ;a nullg tree. if lhe sto'r
proper; ;*orth nmcre than $1.0r5. if he
h;ad hee t ranslported for crime and re-
turied a d.ay ahead of the expiratl.u
'of his term of lunillshment. if he wrnte
a t ';l teanilng letter, if he stole a hide
from' a tanner's, for any and all of
these thtngr and for 200 more than
these he was hanged by the neck until
he was dead.

No Morcy.
MIistress-Sarah Jane, what has hap-
p.4,l7? Sarani Jane'-Oh, mum, I've
fallen down the stairs and broken my
necl! -listhess (firmly)-Well, what-
ever you've broken will be deducted
from your, wages.--Sydney (N. S. W.)
The Difference.
Upgardson Doesn't Weerlus bore
Sou nearly to death? He talks like a
phonograph. Atom-Not at all. When
a phonograph runs"down it stops.-
Chicago Tribune.

It improves a girl's looks immensely
to be rich.--New York Press.

A Habit ta ~e Encouraged.
The mother who has acquired a hal it q.
keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy saves herself a great
amount of uneasiness and anxiety, Colds.
'ouehs and croup, to whrch c! ildren are
susceptible are quickly cured by its-use.
t counteracts any tendency of a cold to
esalt in Dneumnriia, and if given as soon
s the first symptoms of croup appear, it
nill prevent the attack. This remedy
ootbains nothing injurious and mothers\
ive 'it to little ones with a feeling of
perfect security. Sol1 hv all medicine
enlers. *


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Direct Fram Factory,
By Jno. R. Thompson & Co.

as 044"4,

Ferry's seeds
are the best known and
the most ftliable seeds grown.
Every package has behind it the reputation
of a house whose business standards are the
highest In the trade.
Ferry's 1908 Seed Annual will be mailed FREE
to all applicants. It contains colored plates, many
engravings, and! full descriptions, prices and directions
for planting over 1200 varieties of Vegetable and
Flower Seeds. Invaluable to all. Send tor.it.
D. M. FERRY CO., Detroit, Mloh.

Woman's Wit.
An emperor of Germany besieged a
city which belonged to one of his rebel-
lious nob!emen. After the siege had
ia.ted for a long time the. emperor de-
tcrmi::e.l to take it by storm and to de-
stroy all It contained by fire and sword.
le (.iid not, however, wish to injure
the defeniele-Ss woumeu; therefore, he
sct a proc!a:nia;tion into the town. cay-
li:'g that aIll the women mliight le-ave
I'0 p!ice unt'.nrt end carry wt-.it themu
vwhl:taver; they hlilt most precious.. The.
iileloman's T 'ife inrtantly decided ti;
taike her hrs'..ul. 'l, ;nd the other wo
m.n followed :hr e:lip'e. Th'y soion
Issued from the city gate in Ia lo:! pro
ces-'ion. each onte with her- Ihusballd onr
her shoulders. The emperor was so
much struck with tlhe noble conduct of
the women that he spared all; even the
city itself was left untouched.

Neighborhood Favorite.
Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor, Maine
speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It
is a neighborhood favorite here with
us." It deserves to be-a favorite every-
where. It gives quick relief in dyspep-
sia, liver complaint, kidney derange-
ment, malnutrition, nervousness, weak-
ness and general debility. Its action on
the blood, as a thorough purifier makes
it especially useful as a spring medicine.
This grand alterative tonic is sold under
guarantee at A. H. Brake's store. 50c.
A certain man coming from abroad
was taken up by the smart set.
"We'll make a lion of him," quoth
they, "for the distinction he will there-
upon reflect upon us."
But the man was too little. It takes
much material to make a iion.
"Then we'll make a monkey of him,"
said the smart set, determined to have
some exercise for their creative genius.
Nor was the world the worse off.
For, after all, it is the contribution to
the gayety of nations that is especially

S Disappointment.
Amateur Sportsman (after shooting
best friend)-Too bad, too bad, but I
thought you were a deer. The Victim
-Don't fret. Amateur Sportsman-
Don't fret! Why, man, I promised my
wife a pair of horns.-Illustrated Bits.

That Tired, FeeJing
Is cured by Lipuman's Great Remedy;
it also cures neuralgia and violent held
ache. It feeds the nerves, makes the
blood rich and the patient strong. If
you would be wdl and happy use P. P.
B., Liopman's Great Remedy.
Sold by all druggists.
P. P. P, [ipuii:iiS'. Great Remedyv
Is the greatest blood purifier in the
world; superior to all sarsaparillas, for-
the cure of scrofula in, its worst form:
g-oitre, hip disease, swelled neck, ruI
ning sores and sores in he eyes.
P. P. P. makes a sure and permanent,
cure. ,
Miss, Tda Hastings, Savannah,. Ga.,
says she iwas suffering All the torture of
a terrible case of ser.fula, and no relief
could b.' obtained until P. P, P., lApp-
man's Great Reiriedl was. tried; Hie re-
sult was a compl t'e cure.

T1-o W-y to thie S .a.:n.
A pt.ty o"r tutomobil;'t-r wne' to'ir
tiL- 1h,, ;z'.t l Vi;'l-g iua. An ;i,.i-ici t t _,
4tbC V:,if .L- to.tc tl ui' ro tnl. a tr;ian
home. As they walked dorv, i the ro,:d
toekLi toi~ec one frl-ro v.hom rth,;
could la/iuire their w.ay tbhy mlt *-:
old darky, roys the Success Mmii.iziL ,
"Will you kindly direct us to the rail
roadrl station?" one of the party a-c'l.
"Cert'n'y. sir," he responded. "Keep
a-goiu' right down dis road till yo' gets
to where two mo' roads branches o'it.
Den yo' take dde lef e an' keep on
a-0oln' till yo' gets to where d-e ole
postoffice uster be."



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable,
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
i cureS made "tj Dr.
--.---f y Hi KiTrmer's Swamp-Root,
J the great kidney lirer
a nd bladder-emnedy.
t t. [ It'is the great medi-
Scal triumph of the nine-
\-1 teeth century; dis-
tI covered after years of
,r1-- I -- I --. -JUL scientific research by
'r' I I-- I Dr.' Kilmer, the emi-.
r nent kidney and blad-
- -- -" der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in' promptly curing
lame "back, kidney bladder, uric acid trcu-
b'.-s ard Bright's Disease, which is the worst

forn of kidney trouhbe.
Dr. Kilmrer'; Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything but if you have kid-
ndy, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
an sc many ways, in hospital work, in private
cractiice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
hiase relief and has proved so successful in
vecry.case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
vho have not already tried it, may have. a
.arrp'e bottle sent free by mail, also a book
ceiling more about Swamp-Root and how o
:- d out if you.have kidney or bladder trouble ,
;'he:, writing mention reading this gen t lus
-;ffur in this paper and ,
..e:d your address to
Dr. Ki!mer & Co.,Bing- ii
ia;rton, N. Y. The
ei.guinr fifty cent and- Homebf Swamp-neot.
:omi s' e-S are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any e ouslms, but rememl-cr
he nameI Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmer's
w amp-Root, and the address. Bingham-
9. N. Y.. on every bott Ie.

wonder why the Earth moves, write to the author forr
description of it; t shows the true motions of matter. Addre-

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Be Ctoogr p atti Jnd paclkng and receive thb 91lable
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tells l about tho Bet varieties of Seeds. Plants. et.

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf

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Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. im.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
'rtursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m,
Friday, 11:00 a. m.
Friday, 10:00 a. m.



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St. Andrew,
A palahicolda,
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Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 0:00 a. m:
Wednesday, 10:00 ., m
Thursday. 6:00 a. m.
Thursd y, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:0o a. in.
Friday, 2:00 a. in,
Friday, 12 m,
Friday.l11:30 p. m.
Friday, 11,80 p. m,

Pensacola to St. Andrew and-Milvlle, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabolle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, .5.00.
Pensasola to Mobile, $2.50.
the abovo rates include meals and berths. J. R. SAUNDERtS,
H. T. MORRISON, Gen'i Freight and Pass Agt President.

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We Pay the Freight '," all Goodis eye.,,lt Fluii-. Meal andI
Feed to a,,ny I'.,t i l e n 'A i the iay.
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^ omen's Pains

a "I was a total wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah
,, Rowley, of Champoeg, Oregon, "froaj pains I had
,- suffered, for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I
v would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I
S did not l4now that anything could stop-the pain
entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. I advise all
Swomren suffering with painful periods to use Car-
dutand be relieved."

SIt does this by regulating the functions and
'. toning up all the Internal female organs to.health.
S it is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with
,a record of 70 years of EE ADVICE
Success. It has bene- Wrie us letter 4escrlin all
your symptoms.,and we will send youq
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Garantized Oils.
The following. advertisement of olle,
oil is the work of a Rio- Janeiro' firm:
"Oirs olives oils have garantized of
titts quality. DilIt:ently fabricated add
filtrated, the consnumwr will find with
then. the ood taste and perfect pres-
ervatfon. Fot tor escape, to any c0uter-
felt. is w-cessagy to rAiuiere. on nny
botfes this eoa'tr)marc, deposed con-.-
formably t,) thr, law The corks anti
the boxes hirr n!t nmTrked with'the
fire."-'ase and Conlment.

The Hoseckesp:3 I'nstinct.
A bright little- girl whi had .succCss-
fully spelled the woid" rtli;,t" was ask-
ed by her teacher what would remain
after the "t" had, been taken away.
"The cups and saucers," .was the
prompt reply. /

A congressman says he was rM!ing
In a smoking ear on a little one track
road and in the seat in- front of imm
sat a jewelry drummer. He was iue
of those wide awake, never-let-any-
one-get-the-better-of-him style of men.
Presently the train stopped to take on
water, and the conductor neglected to
send b.rck a flagman.:, A limited ex-
press, rt.ining, at a rate fit'lten" miles
an hour, came among anu bun.ip&d lh
rear end of Ibe fir-t traiu. 1'te drum-
mer was lifted froi his reat nt:d pitch-a
ed he::d I;:-'t ::g,:nLt the seat ahead.
His silk ha't wva ; .ii:gled c'ear (Town
over his ears. s ie .piclke. hims.-elfAlp
and settled back in hi;s -e:t No bones
had been broken. Thea he pulled off
his hat, drew a long breath and,
straightening up, said: "Hully gee!
Well, they didn't gt by us anyway!"

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S agar, eal ea lb
(Granulated .... .O He No...... 55
Collee,A ...... 5t Gunpowder.. 40
]t brow.... 5 UnIV4 lJap.0-60
,o, 0nd ntilk, IP can
*j reen.... 12@620 Uunweett'a. 10
Avhuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened .. 10
.iser snaps 311 25 Baking powder
irackirs, sod I10 Royal ...... ..50
tobacco plu -20a60 Campbell...... 10
taisins CiAlned frnit
liondon layers.8-15 Peaches ... 10a2'-0
eia Tonmtoe's. ... 12
U e i .... .. 6o A p les 1-
ti 6 .. A.pples........0I
apples Pears .......... 15
itr-p r.ier .. 1 PI Plums...... 10
l, ied 1'eaobes t Apricot ..... 10@-20
0al, ol Opr ga....20 SPTrawberrie. ., 20
a.olic ... ... Pinepple ... 10-20
florida Syritp... 5o (a'nmned Mentls
toncy ......... 75 Loast BReef... 121
Sr'........ 30 Corned Beef. 12?
leee pr lb ..I. Ohipped BceflO-25
3uttor. 25-35, lobster.. .. .
Oleomargers u.. 1. Salmon... 10@15
Lrd ..... .... .10 'tisn ed Vh getalles
3ea l, .. ..... 5 Baked. Beans.. 10
COoa ur' pi. Corn....... 0@15
elley, lt.a .R'1 4 Peas ........-. 10
iane Juie .... :. 4, innRpki ..... 12
Sggs per doz.. 30

Sitrf W':h, 2.3e- D.S. pr b.....11
Obelisk ..... .25 Bacon Sides.... 12
Oorn Meal Pr ba"0Li) 'Fresh. .... al 10
'at Meal p it, ... Br'kf'st Bae',, 16-22
.ern pe.r ht ..75a,0o Hamc canv's'd 15-20
ates .. Shoulders ..... I
Irlish..... .. 41' Beef
irlv IR'se seed 1.60 Corned...... t
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh.. ...... ;.8
d t,pr .~ck... .00 Dried......... 325
Table ...... .. 5 Milk pr qt....... 10
ails, oer A,4 .~a5 Ax.witl handle.. 75
atv .wire do.Ua6IG It oes, each ... :3m50
ianilla rope.. .9al20opper pptint, cnan 50
4- ive cook,. $a25 Iinseedl oil, gal55(o0-
'ipe, per.joint 18
I its, per y. 5i Cbherka.......5 1
teeti gs 5a9 Flainel.... .. .1a4
Stuslin ..... 11 Thretad per spool. 5
.I s .... I 5a45 Shoes, ladies.$la .75
; pli,atsplt 225. Men's.. : $1 ilta300
MlI tIl.AN EO& S
I, 1.' pr wt. '75 0.l5 Oats pr hu..'. 6* 0
1r.4 ..... 1.25 'Brick pr M .... 13.00
', ple Sisal ..@. .'7 @9 ime pr hil .... 75
,',anges pr dos... :*45 PecanIs pr Ib..... 1.5
ples .. ...... 15 Walnut .........0
.. nons........ 20 Amondsr.... .. 15
Sta hell p.l,l00 1.50 Opened pr (41 .. 20c
uorses... $50al 50 Cows..... Isa$25
'. 'ic..>. 4503a$75 Bfogs....... $3 t"$4
eu.i'pr yoke $65 Sheep. ..... .... 2
S1'OU:IT it Y
' ,ckeis eaenli 40 50) GeeAe each. 4 45,50
-----k.y ... 90ttv-..50 Ducks... 2'..
FISH. .... I ,"
'" ,-" a S alt
lOlll~et pr i4.z 25c ..allet pr 1I11 5.,0
Tl'ruitt..l .. .. .. i 25 T ait... ,... 5.;.)i
>m1paullopr lb. 6 Pompano .... 10.00
l ungeoin....... 10 Mack tirel .... 8.00

Pace '' . 12.00

)rop r'i~rbg
heart (a e t, in 14,00
4ap 1 .40I.00b J1
1 2earl hbngles, 2.50
"j2 1.'' r511

Heart, ir m...l$14.00O
Face .. 12.(>
Sap ... 10.00
Olrapoards, -
,x iin.y im ..$i".00
Finisbirig luie- "
Jer, d.. $ 12 15.00
JLtth, 'i .... 2.100
Hoat lnmnlier,
d ,ed .... .$20

ThereiTs more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put
"together; and. until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies
and by constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pron6urced it incurable
Science has proven c~at;rrh to be a con-
stitutional disease and therefore re-
q-iires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J,
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It i's
taken internally in doses from ten drops
to ateasboonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer oue hundred dollars for any
case it.tails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address, J. F. CHE-
NEY & o. Toledo, Ohio. '
Sold by drug ists, 75c.
Take -fll's Family Pills fqr constipa-
Young Criminals In the *Making and
NJew York's Juvenile Court.'
A day spent i ^New. York's children's
court will never tie fo;-gotteu.' Here
all- the' youthful offenders are tried.
Into this court crowds more of human
interest th:u: In any' o:her c,)u.t in the
world Before its bar is (constantly
passingg a great pr:oceesioq of human-
Incongruities, s enes vibrant with pa-
thos and humor, for both pathos ajid
humor*consist in the perception of
incongriIlties. It -s the sins of the
I;ar'ents aud the s'inu of the living coif
.it'q "s that the overcrowded ctty
for es on Its chihlren that. here stann
out most strikla;gy., 'he real culprit
is al e often the delinquent t parent
tliihi; the d,.l'lniuent chlld. The stghlt
of ii chill trotru4.g to it saloon two or.
three tines a day, phil in hand. to
Ihroctre the family supply of beer--a
f:.i !la;vr -ie I.n a great etty-i.m!-e:l h1;s
th Ipa:.e :t for a criunltial Indiffe;ence.
-ill v wort(er that the child's moral
it r'el)tio s atre obliterated aud his lit-
stitnits perverted In such surroundings.
It is in the strtets. the vice sown
Etreets, that the child learns to gam-
Mie, to swear. to mteHLk e cannot help
it. 11e must tlllplo.r the ways of his
companions If he Is.to survive afnong
themn. And the ways of his compan-
oins tend oftenest to the children's

Old roman Laws.
The old Ioman lahws, according to
Colquhoun. conferred on the husband
complete empery over the wife. All
she owned or earned was vested in
him. and he ac(.tuir(d the slinue rights
over her person and property as if she
were his natural daughter. The wife,
on the other hand, acquired all the
rights to a child and to her husband's
name and succession in the event of
an intestate estate, and she could exer-
eise all the priv-ih'gos to which her sex
admitted. The power of the ancleut
R!omlan father over his offspring was
origirnall.y lprpetual, nor could the
chi:d be c(:nancip:lted from the fa-
:her:'s control duringn the fat!ier's life
,except fyh that Ip; rent's consent, nor
,id ihe Lccome aul jurls uutil the fra-
ther (':cinit hiltsnief suii Jlris) died,
.-ilc the sou was enianc.ii: ted by the
simple o[pirtiooir (f tIle llaw. II those
brsav' days the father had legal per-
mission to scourge his children or to
rend then. fettered like slaves, to
work on his estate or even to kill them.
choosing whatsoever means for their
taking off he thought proper.

Howv the Brahman Cleans His Teeth.
When the Br;lahman cleans his teethi
he muust use a small twig cftt-from on:
of -a uuinbor of certain trees. anud.b-
fore he cuts it he unst nmake his a;-t
known to th? g')ds of the woods. IHe
must not iuJul.i.1 f'I this cleanly halt
every day. He inmu.- a;bstaiia on tih
'sixth, the eighth. .the ninth, the fu::r-
teenth. the titteenth a:il the la:t ':day:
of the moon. ou the days of uew n'id
fulI o moo;, on the T'fes~ y in eIvery-
week, on the day of the c(mstellatior
under which lie was born. on the davy
of the week anwl on the day of th!!
lo:n h' which! correspond v'w 'i th ose o&
his birth, at an etlipse, at the conjuiln
tion of the I)lanets. at the equinosi.,
and other unlucky epochs and also onu
the anniverr-ary of the death of his fa-
ther or mother. Any one who cleans
his teeth with his bit of stick on any
of the above mentioned days will ha--e
hell as his portion. "Hindoo Man-
ucrs," by Abbe Dubois.

Common Colds are the Cause of
Many Serious Diseases.
PIhysicians who have gained a national
reputation as.analysis of the cause of va-
viou- diseases. 'clai in that if catching cold
could lie avoided, a long list of dangerous
ailments would never be heard of. Every-
one knows that pneumoni-' and consump-
tion originate from a cold. and chronic
catarrh, lionchitis, and all throat and
I nin trouble ate aggray.ted 'and render-
ed m re serious I'y each fresh attack. Do
not risk your life 6 take chances whecn
you have a cold Chamberlain's Cou'gh
Remedy will cure it before these-diseases
develop. This remedy contains no opinm,-
norplins or ot other harmful drugandd
has thirty ynars of reputation back of it,
gained hiy it< cures under every cond'-
lion. -For sale by all medicine dealers..

fri!elln of iiue psanvw two cata a p
)l n.ih:l;li;r ::ic'l ohlei"i 0o: thlte top of a
oaril ft'nle. Tl'h:r \':as hi ,.room'0 for
rnr to. 1:s. e;;c'4('1 ot her', .In(l he woun
'* 'rtd w ha- t v.-o I I I-.I ;,.' e\l ':i Irh .
re ,1,;>;I" ;ic(.! o.!:(>r ome of thleiL,
; ti, ti' Ie.l, ; ro;1uPd l I 'etreated
I1 it c'.a:ne tot..a-ofther board ferne' that
;oijne.l itt right ang!res the owe the:.\
'e-*e :on. .Th'e vat steop,-'d off on thll.
fence u1l v-:;edl, tlere till the, other
went Iy.k My rfi:eud' tho'"'gh. t this arct
!lowvveJ Ian ;;p:,:-.atlion o f lth p.obleon
e:.v1onl ,th. r.ai;c-i of ir::;i:itt. Nodoiloub
those et s had smnet. lefotre, antl one
was : :aster" <' the .:lher('. What more
natural 'th:ba that tbe\ Clefe:ted ceat
,'* ini, l ,i i't t' .it I:,<'o,<-e 1'. ; s'al) e-'ior an]!
henu It i'l ulo;nl 1;1:::1 let the victor pass?
The nation inivo!Vi-' no InI enta;Il process
an.r Ir::,:at' th;a!l hc: two i:nert bodies
in mi ,itio'.. !I:.et ;e.P ;:'vea Wa': "lhere-w:v no, other course
open to the cidt. If lihe or lie ha;
turned 1b:I,'k and taken to the sideh
fI'nce sofily to. ;ar'o'n!comloate the other '
cat, \wh", th":i vere ;11;01 er nuiier.
l'he C(o:'idon setter that met a train
of cars upomn ai r;!:ibn; l' bridge anal
et'tl.t'd (down iup,) on ie of the tlmini'n-
of the lbi-lge and stood there wili!'
the train pi"6sed" gave no Ir"oof of 1rea
sounug liovwe:s. It was the only thin;!:
the dogi:ould do Nearly all alnimnls
know enough to get out the way of
dauger. If they did not. what would
become of the race of animals?l-John
Burroughs ip Outing Magazine.

Suffering and Dollars Saved.

E. S. Loper, of Marilla, N. Y., says:
"I am a carpenter and have had many
severe cuts healed by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It has saved me'snffering and
dollars. It is by far the best healing
salve I have ever found." Heals burns, -
sores, ulcers, fever 'sores, eczema and

piles, 25c. at A. H. Brake's store.
We will be at tlie follohXing places
on the dlat'si mientioneId for tie pim-
pose of collecting thIe taxes for the
r ear 1907 anrtassessing tlhe taxes for
thi yevar 1908. Jaunary.
Davis' Mill.................... 29-30
Alma. ...... ...... ........31
Chipley........ .......... 8-10-11
This will be the only round. Be sure
to meet us.
W B., GAINER, Tax Collector.
J. J. WILLIAMU, Tax Assessor.

T:'e Dolphiri Violin.
The Dolphin violin was so named on
a:.-count (f the baH'uty of the wood. the
b:'ck of the ii.-tr-ument resembling the
(dolar of a ColplIli. It wasH mnade by
Stnradvariuis la 1714. and it is consider-
ed the most beautiftil viollu in the
w(rtld. It is.owned by It.n Englisl.hmaun
and is valued at f.(00.--Miuskal IIome

Well Occupied in Either Case.
It Is beautiful to see a young girl
start out With the avowed Intention of
devoting..:her life' to' teaching school,
and yet.few people blame her seriously
when she quits to get married.-Tomb--
Stone Epitaph.

A Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal oyercomes indigestion, dyspepsia
and other stomach ills. Tvo d:a's' trial
fr.:e. Ask our dealer, S)ld by W. C.
Uolley & CO,

Martin G. Post, manager of th(
It Is Astonishing How Compaiatively Ware Mercantile Company, left or
Few They Arc.
Certain grout food sita.ies have prov- the 23d ult. for Healing Springs
Sed themselves within the age long ex- Ala., where he is taking treatment
perience of humanity to possess a lar- for his health. His many friend,
ger amount of nutritive value, digesti-
bility and other good qualities pnd a here hope the treatment may prov
smaller proportion of undersirable eminently successful.
properties than any others. These, Chas. W. Forbes of Cromanton i
through an exceedingly slow and
gradual process of the survival of the in St. Andrews, thisweek construct
fittest, have come to form the staples ing a private telephone line connect
of food in common use by the human in t B oic i -
race all over the world. It is'really ing the Buoy office with the pub
astonishing how comparatively few lisher's residence,
there are of them when we come to H. T. Morrison, Gen. Agent 0o
consider them broadly-the 'flesh and '
the milk of three or four domesticated the Pensacola, St. Andrews & Gull
animals, the esh there or four and Steamship Co., and Capt. W,.
the eggs of one species of domesticated Barrow, of the str. Tarpon were
birds, three great grains, wheat, rice pleasant callers at the Buoy offic
and maize, and a half doe smaller peasant caller at the Buoy office
and much less frequent ones, a hun- yesterday morning.
dred or so species of fishes and shell- Mr. and 4rs. M. Rynearson, from
fish, two sugars, a dozen or so starch Hammond, Ind., former esteemed
containing roots and tubers, only two
of which, the potato and the manioc, citizens of St. Andrews, arrived on
are of real international importance, the Tarpon, yesterday and are the
twenty or thirty fruits, forty or fifty guestsof Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown.
vegetables-make up two-thirds of the
food supply of-the inhabitants of the
w orld ..II .p ) .
Swold In n New al:ui nxiiir~e' vihafe n many
Instead of wondering at the variety .toies are told of a for,';n r.c':,ie't
and profuseness of the human food ; l oug
supply the biologist Is rather inclined "mt (!i nt ali: it i,'rn i. el1
to ejaculate with the London footman nani.ing. Orw, co:1 witdiE day h1
immortalized by John Leech, who, ~,pen!lrc( bts do'! tb e-i- ,!:( h,-l:'ister
when told by the cook that there would 'oikiined c'hiI n.1t tir-e. wnlad-is hotel
be mutton chops for dinner and roast "',.ur, !h.' :-no-v aftcr :nl Ioit' s.lpiout
beef for supper, exclaimed: "Nothink with n ee.t hut tluirlisa.t p.1irhb
but beef, mutton and pork-pork, mut- ioner.
ton and beef,! Hin my opinion, hit's "Couie In. ia:'so:i, tol'i r;'.it In!" he
'Igh time some new harilmal was in- -n!lCd (Cioein', ,:'. 'i is ,Ir:ns\with
wented!"=-McClure's. Iof-lpit:.lh,l iIten t. "'.'" v,-l'e VT.i'il t ike
I r(m ,i!ig !':'e t(o "vzirulw y O up. It's
BULLS AND PUNS. iC' tait'1 *I red y,l ars-n She'll
Sin;:'::e it Fo h!.t you can't stay in the
A Batch of Misfit Sayings and Clever houre lifteein :iiirntes!"
It is odd to charge Lord Beacons- hY'ro Antique.
field with a "bull" in proposingdin par- Im'pe-;:nio.s lut Enthnuslniati Col-
liament to make suicide a capital of- 'cctor--Lt tme soet What Is the price
fense. "We only punish those who O)f that Pi,1t:ie?
fail," he said, and laughter drowned ArtDIealer-Eighteen hundre:l lpoulds,
the conclusion of the-sentence. :n:ndiul.
Sir Colin Campbell when in India "Eight,'ea hundred pounds! Why,
wrote in an official report. "A lot of this is the third time I have asked the
young fellows come out here, and they price of that pAinting within threo
drink, and eat and die and then write days, fud it it s a hundred .pounds more
home and tell their friends the climate $aC'h time I ask!"
killed them." "Yes, but madam must remember it
It was once the fashion in Paris to Is an antique and that it grows older
wear the hair "a la Capoul," after the every day."-LonIdon Answers.
famous siiger. Capoul himself went
to have his hair done and was asked Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up
what style. "A la aponal," he blush- lazy live's, clear. the system.and clear
w t style. "A la apoul," he blus- the skin. Trv them' for biliousness and
Ingly suggested. Ills head was ex- sick headache Price 25c. Sold by W.
amined. "Ah, monsieur, it is not pos- C. Holley & Co.
sible. You have not the head for it." .---
In England Joseph H. Choate be. Got Mis Wish.
came Joseph Choate. "In England," % At the height of their nightly quar-
helexp'ained, "I drop the H." The rel the other day Mrs. Blank choke
brilliant lawyer Channell, on the other back a soh and said reproachfully:
hand. dropped his aspirates in a more "I was rendlug one of your old let-
usual way. In a'trial the judge be-: ters today. James, al1 you said iu it
came confused as to whether the ship that you would rather live In endless
involved was the Helen or tle Ellen. i torent with me than in bliss by your-
The lawyer on the other side. Sir Fred- selL."
eric Tresiger, gravely explained that "WcVi. I got my wish," Blank
she was ch 'lPrITed the Helen, but growled.
"'lost her 'h' in the chops of the Chan-
nell." Fear and Danger.
Atn Nervous Old Lady (to deck hand on
At, an ecclesiastical. luncheon dt of
the party, apparently given' to d Ietlc stea oat Mr. Steamboatman. is
theories, observed as they went in. Itwre uy ear o anger? Deck land
"Now ,to put a bridle 'on our' appe- (carelessly Plenty of fear, ma'anm,
tites." The bishop of Winchester, hut not a bit of danger.
who had a good (digestion, retorted,
"Now to put a bit between my teeth." Little girls believe in tile iman in the
Sf moon, big girls in the man in the hon-
._ oymoon.
"Motoring Is the very poetry of mo- LEGAL NOTICES.
tlion." LE AL N.
."Except when you have a smashup!"
"No: even then-it's blank yerse!"- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Two Enigmas. -eb),. 3, 1908,
"Why don't we see men like the nov- Notice is hereby given thUt rllniel J.
elists describe?" P'arker of Nixon, Florid's, has filed notice
, "I give it up. Why don't we see girls of his intention to make final fiv,-venar
i.ke the illustrators draw?"-Louisville proof in support of his claim, viz: Hlon -
(Courier-JTturnal. stead Entry No. 31,860, made Nov. 5,
1902, for the eV of nw) and cj of swl4
of seetionl, township 2s, r. 12w. and
ln -f_ r '- 9 that sid prool will "Le made before the
S fkFl elri1a S c'erk of the circuit court at Vernon, Fla.
on March 10. 1908,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz:
Robert Nixon, E. Singleton, J. Mcall
and J. H. Porter, all of Nixon, Fin.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
SIgiEditor's fee paid.

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The Southwest Quarter ofl he Sonthi-
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Sm,uth Ifall of the Sontheast Quar-
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flange 14 west.
Lies About One Mile North-
east of Millville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
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A portion of thi s lanl lis bIeei ili
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Shall and Will; Should and Would;
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Correct English inl the Home.
Correct English in the School.
What to Say and What Not to Say,
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Ayer's Pills greatly aid the Cherry
Pectoral in breaking up a cold.

Courageous Actirg Wh;ch Averted a
Panic at Sea.
Captain Jotni Theaker of the Earl of
Ellon was homeward boundhfrom Bonm-
bay with a load of cotton. A large
hunlber of passengers were on board.
About three days out the captain
had good reason to believe that the
cotton was smoldering. Any knowl-
edge of such a catastrophee would cause
a general panic. It' w:s impossible to
put back in th? feth'v of a northeast
monsoon, so the co::.:tander quietly
prepared for the incvit::ble.
The passengers. I;ored from lack of
occupation, wore an'-used and interest-
ed when CaptaitkTheaker proposed to
play at having a fire on board. lie
said that they would go through all
maneuvers just ad if a cotiflagrdtion
tv-6rc taking place.
The passengers fell in with the sug-
gestion, eagerly. The boats Were got
ready; provisions were put in, With
water, sails and compasses. The seats
i:n the various boats were allotted, and
the passengers made up bundles of the
valuables they considered the most
precious. Thus, quietly, but quickly.
the ".oke" was carried out to^the full.
/,Vhen all was ready the captain
calmly told the players that the game
was itt earnest and that the ship was
really on file, with the flames making
toward ,the powder magazine. The
boats were speedily got off, and In less
than an hour the explosion occurred.
The boats were 1.000 miles from
land. but the weather remained fair.
and in fourteen days every soul was
I-in!?ed 'I <.aft'fy.-"The Still Life of
(lthe MI.hl!e TeoIple."'

It Points an E:cy Road to the Gzt
R;ch-Quic:k Station.
Perha-rps she reiad the state;:nnt made
b)y thI deilp:I"rtl;enit iof lagri'uiiture that
'be v;'i!e of the e'g'-.; 1 : I.,y the hen'
) P Ir r'tillml Surus Inob. ri. 1-.' l

'eC i'i .ii tr li)p:iy rofft ,h ua:ioni.il deth
,r 11i.1 % be -lie "ji:st tlh.)lght It It up.
lit ; .:I% way this pri'etY. !ltle I .lti.nor(
:i:l \'. as co- i h el that she ha,1 every
rhing all lixeol. 'She has been eu..aged
to a very nice yoting fellow for soin(
:ime. but to most people the anumou
Xf his present salary would a-ippear an
inafirl.nmounttbiie obstacle to matrimony
T'rhs was the view of her father, bul
when expressed she met It with a hal
py smile.
"Oh, I fi've thought that all out."
she declared.
"You have, eh?" papa asked, know-
ing something of his daughter's busi-
ness abilities.
"Yes, and it was so easy." she bub-
bled. "I was passing the niarket the
other day. and I saw a dear little pol-
ka dotted hen for only 60 cents, and I
bought her. I read in a poultry paper
that a hcu will ralse twenty chicks it;
a season. Well, next-year we'll have
twenty-one hens, and so. of course.
there'll be 420 chicks the next year.
and 8,400 the next. and 18S.000 the
next, and 3.3(i0,000 the next. And just
see what that amounts to! Why. sell
nlg them at 50 cents each would give
us $1,500,000 In five years. and thai
won't le so long to wait for that
much."-IIarper's Weekly.

Keeping Open Eouse.
Everybody is welcome when we feel
cood; and we feel that wiay only when
our digestive organs are working prop
early. Dr. King's New Lfie Pills regu-
late the action of stomach, liver and
bowels so perft etly one can't help feel-
ing good when he uses these pills, 25c.
a t A. H Brake's store;

The Quest of Truth.
It Is a good deal easier to poke fun
-at history than to write history merit-
ing credence. Mr. EBodley when writ-
ug his "France" experienced*the force
*f this in a eut'ious way. He shut,
1iI'Felf vp> in V'rnvo (ce for y Ja'rs to gap
he at: ::,l)hpl':'e a nd the" knowledge
ec('te: >'ary i'ol his-work. One of his r
iia!s iaro.e over some question of elect-
I., juilrtplueisice. It was not of 1i
c;ri-mtional importance. b'tt stil inter-
'sti*g to 9st:erntti of comnpiirt ive pro
edu-r'e. Therefore he wrote to a dep-
ilty. wh ;':i a irlia:nentary expert to .
l<;ear uti t l'sc'urity i whiv,!h the
text hooks invuol\ve the' pofltf and incor-
po'-.:.tc.l his reply. in ,tle text of the
bo'ok. i.ater. beiig, luvited by an ex-
pc .e:i(:t(td n:n:t-o:' to be l:p'esent ait a
poll ovr); w\hicb pti-4 re -leJ. Mr. Bo:I
!ey paI{ tK' n-';f-tiolu to' bilm aiMd re-
ei'ed tl :t I;i:' (iftre'rnt s really. IFinally
the anulio. ictrerr'd th fe point to a-
:ena:;to:' of inlcisimntablle n'rthlority, who
s;hovwe-i th;at the' deputy and the mayor
were j,,oth vwrong..-St. James' Cazette
Lame Back.
This ailment Is usuaiy caused 1l,'
rheunmatism of the inuscles and may oi)
cured bry apply g Chaimberlaiin's Pain
Balm two or three times a day and iuli-
bingi the parts vigorously at 4 ach Wplli I
catio'n. If thi.; dos not afford re ief,
hind on a piece of flvirn'el slightly dan d'
ened with Pain' B alm,. apd quikl irdl e
s almost sure to follow. Fop sale ly all
medicine dealers.

Why Refer

to Doctors

Because we make medicines
for them. We tell them all
about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and-they prescribe it for
coughs, colds, bronchitis, con-
sumption. They trust it. Then
you can afford to trust it.
Ask your own doctor.
The beat kind of a testimonial-
"Sold for over sixty years."
Mlade bZ. O. AYev Oo., Lo.l. Mass.
SAUlo manufloturrs of
ye /J 0e HAIR VI(OB.
We have no secrets! We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
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Physicianse'idnd e P; P. P. as a splen-
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great satisfaction for the cures of all
tormn and satges of P ainsy, Secondary
and Tertiar Syphili, Syphilitic Ithe-
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itfressted alltreatment.nt~.iar:, E :;ir
Disease; .Eczema, Chronid 1 r.als3
ComplaintF, Mercurial Poison, Tetteri
Scaldhead, etc., etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tOnito s h rirq
exe$6iltt appitizer; baildla rnp' (e,
isystet ranpdly. If yob nrtd ea tnid
feeble, and feel badly tr" P, P, F j t.d

you *111 illegaa.-egh Wd uigf*
wiiteofeirugyand .11 disuam. ieou~t
from' ertazing thesyro inaw eured by
the nee pt P. P. P.
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Drags Medicines, Fancy Toilet Ariieles

I Handle no Dluack Nostrms..

DRJ, J. ESTER, M, Drumpist,
A ri-pc;itfe. I .-o Micf Cheoking.
'teacher (after explaining the cLa.ac- 0other- (s;ernf---C.rn't you cl
ter of the Phariseei-And n "ow whAnt l yo:lr ,'ff' co.l.lnt denl f, mtol.
we mean by a "itypocrite, li')ll ey? Husband (iesparintlyir-(
le'se'. mgiss, a t ranf wot says he Is wot t! IsanE s ^. lg a lwn y- -b<~Afr
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"Wl1h4skiels in Bulk,,
Per Gallon.
lorlla -Speoial Rye ........... $1.50.
Oonares Rye............... .. 2.00.
Brookdale Rye ............... 2.50.
Paul Jonea Rye................. 3.00.
Bialle of Naryland Rye......,., 3.50.
SPa Jon Old.BAKER.,.... 3.50.
SOld Gibn Rye............... 4,00.
Malt Wbjikey. ,1........ ..... 1,

Old era abra...,,,....... 1.50.
Marion Oaintv N C. Co)rn,..., 2.00,
SSpecial N,C. Yellow Corn. : 2,25.
Old Pilot MOUNTAIN Corn.., 2.40.
God Band 100per cent. double
'Stamped.................. 3.00.

,DrmOBtfc ffmfO d 4G Z....C... $2.00.
Belle BraqdGin............ 3.50.

Per Galloa.
, Keystone Club.............. $2.50.
Old Kentucky Be............ 3.00.
Old Monogram Kye... ........ 3.50.

K: 'stone Cb 04 qte.
Keystone Club ......... $3.00
-Old Baley ............ 3.20
Cavalier ...... ....... 4.00
Golden Wedding...... .. 4'25

12 qts.

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Monongahela Rye.......
The Leader, Pure Rye..
Old Crow Rye...........
Monogram Rye..:......
Private Stock Rye.....
Wilson Whiskey........
Belle of Maryland.......
Paul Jones Four Star...
SLvingston Rye.........
Old Oscar Pep'per Bour-
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Canadian Club. ........
Mt. Vernon Rye........
Dewars Special Scotch..
King William Scotch..
Duffy's Malt Whiskey...
Canada Malt............
Bootl's Tom Gin........
Gordon's English. Dry
G in. ................
Ge,neva Holland Gin...
Plymouth Gin...........
Tennessee *** Cognac...
lSuperior Bla kberry....
Old Apple Brady.ur......
OldPeach Brandy.....
. Old St. Croix Rum......
London Dock Jamaica
Rum ..... .; .........
Gin Phosphate.........
Rock & Rye............
Best Banana Brandy....

if you desire to prepay the Express Charges
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12 qts.
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on any of

galon jug ......... ...... ... ... ........... ................. ....... 60c
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....e. ... .......... ... . .. ............ . .. 75 c
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".. ..... 5 ey ,)?tlinK. Express CoIllJt -
...... 00 100 Pintsin drm ..........$33000
........ 12 75 200 Half Pints in drum .. 33 01)
light prep'dr12 00 Soldonly iu drum-win iiot break
d rum.
o ... 10 ye 20 Old Houeastead N. C. Corn whifk,-v.
..........One gallou ju, Express paid $ 2 50
"..........- 900 (orn WWhlskey, Express Collec.
Rocky Ford, per bottle.........$ 1 (1)
Itax Rye Rocky Ford, per case........ 10 00
- .... .-.... 4 20' N I.C. White and juz ........ 65
-......... 6 001 N. C. White, Bitter.." ........
.. ......... 12 00 N. C. White, Fine............2 50
lt'1'li Rft e. Laurel Valley Corn........... 3 00
....,....I...$ 2 75 Rye Willskety. Exurv- Collect.
........... -4 00 Por galloi.
.-......... 8 00 Copper distilled and j g.... $1 )65
............ 12.00 Queen C.ty.......... ........ O o
Sunny Sou'th ..............-....2 |S
te Bourbon. Rye Malt ..... ............3 0')
... ......1 50 HurdleRy, Scial ...... 00
.12 00 Overho!t...... .......... 4 0)
Express Collect. Rich Mill ................. ,4 t
UI. S. Government. Plaintr. ......... ............5 00'
-.......... .... 25- Old Bonne... . .. ......i i
.............. 12 00 W illiams Private Sbil......... 6j 00

A 'lAi OF STr. ANDREW C'Ii'"
3a0x50 ijucheu, correctly Platted antd
shomtving all the moire imPortant
bWlidinma-'Im -of greht value to ainy
--..uitimtitpltiumg purchaflilig p'rol.
i1 t.ownI It ctiverti ab.ult foul
o.0 fr coast line, Cxtehu!iuug eoRl -
- .. m l I)yer's Poii t(, t mlo inill -
joracitIl Old- %i. A-drirws, with oemp-
responding t-rritory inhind'. -,Price
-)n'0 Dubkr, pq tlke BUOY Office.

aw Pvkes'-,, Crhip'nnt-61 andl

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itrr~iiiu~# wllr .6.'be soont ly mail to
tfie r. 06oeipt 'of ihe price.

S. -so vrAcd'

Our Clubbing List.
The BUJO-Y Ilha m:tdo eiy I,'ern ,I ,-l:.
hingaitrramigelonuits wvitha le o ) lhe vCe
e~tl pullicationis inl the cln alln nl ia i
thie present cai mIend fol a whIle)'. yeat
'he BUOY and
Detroit Free Pre(t wiee-,. -eek
aid Yv nti Li.k.) ............ |
The Fl. 1 T U. Ci:i/. d.il' r I r :. .:
do Semi 'c],eOl 5, oi 55
Scientific Americau' -i ... 3 5
Faimner an Frlr ii (,roun r' ." 55
Flotiila Agricilturist i 1 .'
do cinbt oul5. each" .. 2 1
-Farm Jiourninl. PlHlad'. Um,,,ll.ii y I 10
Oinch tiaiti Eiiiquirer tr'ici we t -
8la.rge pages each i.s im .... I 7.5
Atl~untl .a O,,nit it itinn I r
N. V. Wo' rIl (fLh'rice a i wer k). I 75
The CosmB politan ........... .. i.
The Orir ,ri nii............... ... i :)
For any or either of I hi bu ( p11ilica:.
Lions in oiin.ectiou ni-h ithe bl Ol1' md-
.roes .1ll 1-r i .- I I,; B Y.
I A li i .. Fi .


WITH Dr. King's

New Discovery

OLDS trlas ouloe ree

if lie' C. A C I A M

We offer for sale a strip from the
southh aide of the north half of the-
iorthweet quarter tf section 10. town-
hip 4 south, range 14 west, running
.rom the school house to Watson bayou,
i3jolning Ml;lville on the onuth Will be
riold in acre, quarter, or !ali-a.rre lots
The price Raked win he a,-cordinE to
nlatlin. W A. PRMMNP' -" -

Land Offrce atG inesville. Fla.)
Jan,. 20, 190. "
Notice-is hercly give that John B.
Brpwn of Bennett, Fih. has filed notice
of his intention to make tinal five year
proof in support of his claim, viz: Home-
stead Entry No. 30676, made Feb. '25,
1901, for'the e% of sw, sw4 of se, of
section 18 and uw ",f net ot.section 19,
township 1s, range 13w, and' that said
profit will he made before the clerk of the.
circuit court at Vcrnio, tla.,' on Febrh--
ary 26, 1908.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of the land, viz.:
W. Iinckney, IF. B. Mashburn, J. M.
P,rter and C. T. Por:er, all of Bennett.
Flu. HENRY S'. OHUm, Register.
AJ'Eititor's fm'e paid.


His Pale Face and Glaring Eyes Dur-
ing His Great Ovation.
The most overwhelming of Patrick
Henry's great orations is that which
he pronounced before the convention
which met in St. John's church at
Richmond March 23, 1775. Already the
mutterings of war were so distinct
that Henry, instead of'concealing the
facts, declared that wat was even then
on foot.
"We must fight!" he said. "An appeal
,to arms and to the God of hosts is all
thai is left us!"
Curiously enough, even of this ora-
tion there f1 no authentic record. Cer-
tain sentences, certain stirring phrases,
were remembered by many who were
there, but the speech as we have It is
almost surely a restoration by William
Wirt, himself an eloquent and brillian-t
orator. He supplied the gaps in what
his informants repented to hin' piec-
ing out their recollections with his
own vivid fancy. But the spirit of
Henry flames all through it, and to
Henry may be safely ascribed such
burning sentences as these:
"1 have but one lamp by which my
,feet are guided, and tlint is the lamp
of experience. I know of no way of
judging the future but by the past."
"Three millions of people arnerl in)
the holy eduse of liberty and in such a
country as that which we possess are
invincible by any force which our en
emy can (sed against us."
"Gentler.en ::ny cry peace, peace.
Iut there is no peace!"
'Is life so dear or peace so sweet as
to be pur ichased at tie price of chairs
mnd slavery? Forbid it. Almighty God!
I know not what course others may
take, but, as for me, give me liberty or
S'voe me death!"
As lIi. thw case of all orators of the
:.iy first rank, the physical impres-
sion made by Henry vwas as's-troa-.g as
the intelhlctual. 'There exists a de-
sreriptlon of his appearance while do
livt-erig this last great speech-a de-
scripiion that camne'from one who was
pri'e.i;t it- the time. It tells how.
when 11er!ry rose and claimed the floor.
the:'e wras ain -:.i'io rrthly tire biurlini
3I his ey',es. S colhnie,irwd somewhat
canliuly, Iut iis s:miLthered excltemeul
began m6irc" and mie i)o Ilny upo,0 hi:
features andd tliill In t:ie tons of 'his
r'hi -~' Fh~ Via aee.-'---'-

Fo"01iwin.g Bigger's



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(.i .@.-WI.* ...l @ ft- ,. . @-o *.f-. o..t. o*... .-$ o..@* .'
Temple slipped off h:a coat and threw
it beside the camzeri c::e, .-ithl a
"'Waqtch it" to tlee -hite bulldog 1ihat
sat gravely at the foot of the tree.
'Iiigget exhibited his teeth in a smile
intended to be pleasant and stretched
himself out beside the case on the soft -
mat of pine needles The walk to the
falls had not tired him, but he was
well content to lie on the fragrant car-
pet and doze and dream of cats on
fences that were always low enough
to bring the feline prey within his
reach and of a succession of canine
battles in which he was always the vic-
for. At heart Bigger was a child of
peace. It was only in his dreams that
his visions were tinged- with blood.
Here and there through the woods a
locust shrilled and the air -was vibrant
with the song of birds and the soft
hum of insect life. Dick TempIe had
picked out a clump of pines in which'
to ma!:k his camp, and through' the
leafy aisles Pi.:_i *r could coPa1miandl a
view of the deeper wool.s hyou ~ and
the little river that wound its v--ay:
through the forest, marking with a tint
of more vivid groCn tihe urli'?ag'vtl
along its banks, .
Dowun the -winid came the faiiitroar'
of falling waters where the str'ca.
plunged forty feet over Ine btarek
stones to dance in very joy at the fool
of the f:lls before taking up its course
to the river leyc::d.
.Temrle had long ago exhausted! the"
phtotographlic possililitie'' of the f'is"
and departed in Ilhe direction of (down-
stream, b nt the fooitfE Ils Itht oun: >
Bigger fro.n a dream of cauon oottc.'e e
from thle oioer" way, and:l Bier 13 ,:'.'
un j'";t ls t' .:"' I'" :''t gT;inu d non tf!i
go(ld-a hair ':" l:te scarlet co't of a
s!el .:er; i' ..'-"T h 7.!' oI'cfte]r
enti"ra npra;yI,
Fro-m e Ii' r-:'oy-p.n o-f *ihe g, h ,in-ad
to the tip ,.' [ie.* -aily rusi-.,i sh.o"
she was i ,itr'-1c" i, one of BI;g 'r's
very own ',.*!: f there- wer'- Len:-h
shows for !)'r ',. ,':'n I-," l i, ir. .st b c-
DproEsess.'d .'f ,. !i":.;. I uyt l '>ons as
thi're -:are in his oWn pir uic: lar cab-
inet at Ih c. .
*'1 i : "l !","* ca, 1, if ".::; ,l' 1 "t Li!.'"e
to .,'= .,- ". t she. L.i.W -' :-.. 1 i11
common v 'r:' rT',> a!::iaI'l.tl cbaracle:rs a
'.:'-- for lU- 4 i aster's prop. "rt3y, l.
t : ., 'd a .l-.'..- .:.- l f p)lita w i-

'Thel g il caue .c;"d.!:iv f .' .-.'" .l" I t.l
he Wiars I!:., t m;'i'lu- reaci of (ti. -

ou ; . i-.'. la .I t.'. '' i.: scold-
ed ;cl 'lh'.'. ";1 i- vor'y ilear ef you to
keep gtffrd oV.r Ii' t ye h:i:' s, -. .ut don't
y ,-'u r ,e r.- th.; a nU 1-i .- t -
.i!' r m.n v. ; "'i "' - ..-**:. l, :''"
:e fti;' e f, b'.-r t'* s .. "i 'h"l' i.

not I)i:I' t o l'_.t ,, h .: i."
giout wxiKte? ah'- ri-id )hik 'erWpcords. i b-4-- -- -- --- --- "* .
Finally his panl face e and glrllng ey s I rnot .1 .i to .lt,.'" ..- .' '
hecnlme terrible to l,ol; upou." The : e .
wliness of the sc-cne who gave this t." i e --. : .V .
O viid picture r id 1t t hle him self "felt her h '1.1- w : ..*.. I:, "' ....I '.
mlvhil ilh.'ture zruihI tlm lie hilmu.'cl feltt h al ''
sh: l with ix(iteiuent." \Vhe the ora-- when I::.. tee st nh. in h
tor ha d,finlshed his speech "It seemed kirt.
Ras44 a word ft9m i,) olid hav0 Itd it b6ca a tramp Bl.;g.r ;~...
aed tof an owildexpohimonf v ale'ce have spmng at !his throat, but he kne w
led to aoy wild cp'Vo>i, u of violence, that tivre was somei mistake. -,ad he
'o o u n:t only to hold the girl until h-is
'on Orr In NMuneey's.
o n Mue. master shouldd have come up to accept
Bees-Laxative Cough Syrup for her e::planations. The girl r.mded
coughs. colds, croup and whooping him hopelessly.
cough grows-u. favor daily withlyoun "Youi're a bad, wicked dog," she
and oldl. Motlers should keep it on c.tledt, "to make so much t-ron e- -
I.and for children. It is prompt relief When Reg comes I shall have him
to croup It is gently laxative, driving whip you, and he will como. He is too
the poison and phlegm from thesystem, anxious to wait long for me. Please
IL is a simple remedy that gives imme- let me go."
dliito relief, guaranteed. Sold by W. C. She mde ovem t to disengage
Holley & Co. herself, but Bigger growled again, and
Who Cod P ? this time there was a deeper note that.
SWho Could Pass? warned her that resistance would be
To test the spelling capabilities of her tt resist e would be
fifty applicants -for junior clerkships met with greater force. Spe sank help
In the offices of the Sydney water and less back upon the springy, odorous
sewerage board they were called upon carpet of nature and settled herself
o1 write from dictation this paragraph: ore comfort ly.e,"
--This celibate was a licentiate in medl- s sai, "al he' be really f egy at
-,ine and held other scholastic diplo- sheyo f sad,"and he'll be ally gang at
:,-ns. Ills characteristics were idiosyn-u spoil his chance of getting
-'raies personfled-onie day tacit-n, that view. IIe's going back to towns
'he next garrnulous. Today his fcile tomorrow, and he will not have another
':1e next garrulous. Today his facile o unity"
n evolves a sapient dstich in piqua t oor iy v a eet sene
,ire of so,:n literary .eniu ; tomo- Bigger preserved a discreet silence.
)i'Vn.l.u, an "Io '1 l on- an Ile was too gallant to argue a point
,vn vulcnco,-nstlc ef1u1io; on- aon i- with a woman. As long as she remain--
-terate voluptuared quiet he had nothing to say. For
oc,!e.e ,cenuce were exotic; his re. half an hour she sat there in silence
.-'arches in natural philosophy esoteric broken only by the chatter of the squir-.
Snot clhiimeical." No leis than forty- rls and the um of the summer noises;
'r-ce out o'L the fifty candidates came then there was a crashing sound in the
)> gic' in this artfully designed spell- underbrush, and Eisger pricked up his
*.g obstacle race. At the next meet- ers, hie the girl rosed herself to
ug of the board a member doubted lsten.s
'-hetherl ten out of fifty Oxford M. A.'s, "l..te I am. Regg'e!" she called.
.f ';l'uly called upon to write out "Under the pines by your camera
-:a ..ne ilage, would succeed in ne- There's a horrid dog here, and, he won't
.:i.i:atin- every one of the big words let me g.,"
a .ccsfull y.--London Chronicle. A loud, clear whistle sounded, but
-Bigger only g-owled a protest against
A Queer Servian Bs[!ic. obedience rAd clung to his captive. A
To h::tch a chicken by holding an mrcm-nt later Temple burst through
-g ro:- the allotted time in the left t e alders that fringed the stream.
r:u:it is believed in Servia to, be ; The girl's face turr3-d criimson.
O i'(n..:l charm against violent death. "if thi. is your dig," she said, with
,aore esupeiall'y if the lird be swal di~-itg "will yo.i kindly call him off?
)-cl v-hole forty days after it comes He hi:s 1kt me a prisoner here for al-
.o life. A robber who had devastated most ;n hour. and ny brother is wait-
i!i di:'trict of Kolubara for many ing for tltese plates."
m ta' was, wrftec a Belgrade coin' "Possibly the dog appreciates the fact
:po:.lent, known to r'.ve acco,:mplished th,-t I Fn'.honld lned them myself," he
'',o'l thioee feits, which accoiuntec f): said, w'th a laugh and a ,'ign to Big-
he :paithy of the. prasantS! n n iuri:ing. gr. wh refeised his prisoner and
*:i: *. ,'.e,'m's.: as, they ,tere of his in II t:ie wit wih dignity across to Tern-
.., -' .'nr ll le -f' ')y how-
.;le..'a)iit3. lie was fin.u!.. ,how pIe. ;ou see," he went on, "they hap-
,-F'r.' killed by the mounted police pen to be my -plates."
ll.s discreditiing a time honored Ser Ile kn lt bn the ground to shift the
\'ln ;superstition. usel holders to a compartment of the
Seas and change the new ones to a
I'lnin effriTy lhir a ninao's own haiu llng carrier across his shoulders. The
,mens lma.le .unr a so that hi Ile girl stared at him in astonishment, andC
life must seem like a merely dl'rumoti l he, guessing her thoughts, looked up.
epreseutation.-Ilawthorie. l"Permit me to introduce myself," be
epesenttion.- alhoe. said, holding up the case. Site read the
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name "Richard Temple" on tie silver
patte and blushed in confusion.
"My brother, Mr. Storms, has the
same sort of case," she explained. "ile
sent me for more plates, and I thought
that these were hig and that the dog
had strayed."
"Storms?" he said musingly. "You
must be Miss Mildred Storms, who is
staying over at the Beechman ifrm ?"
The girl nodded, and Temple smiled.
"I think I can solve the mystery," ho
said. "You took the wrong road from
the falls. Had you turned to the left
instead of the right you would have
come to a very similar clump of pines,
where, no doubt, your brother's case
lies. You can't blame Bigger, can you?"
"He is a dear old faithful," she de-
clared. with forgiveness. "And a per-
fect gentleman," she added. "He would
not bite. He just held me until you
came to explain the mistake. I should
like to know him better."
"With your permission we will call,"
he suggested. "Your brother and I be-
long to the same camera club in town.
I did not know that you were his sis-
ter. I can take you a short cut to the
other clump of pines, and we'll take
the plates to.him."
Storms was kneeling over his case as
they came up.
"I came and got the plates," he ex-
plaini-i when their own explanation
had been offered and proper Introduc-
tions accomplished. "I knew you
couldn't get very far away, aod I did
want that picture with the light on
the wet rocks. Come over this even-
ing, Temple, and I'll show you my neg-
atives. I go back totown in the monzy-
Temple took Bigger over to call that
evening and many evenings thereafter.
Mildred became his assistant in his
photographic trips, but now Biggher
only smiled amiably'-when she came
after the plates. It was while they
were- eating lunch the last day of Tem-
ple's stay that she patted the dog's
white lead and looked up.
"Do you know," she said, "I think
that dogs take after their masters."
"As you early gave Bigger a certifi-
cate of good character, I feel flattered,"
he said, with a laugh.
"But I do think so," she insisted.
"Sometimes their masters take after
the dogs," he insisted. "Now, when I
first saw you Li.-;cr had fast hold of
"I don't see what you mean," slh'
said, with a puzzled knitting of the
brows. ,
"Like Bigger, I want to hold on t-,
yotl," he said as -he possessed himsei'
of her hand, "only I want to keep yo-
forever. May I, dear?"
The answer must have been "Ye,."
for an engagement rng in the form o
a dog collar adorns the proper finger.

V/hat a Worsanr Did.
There is much to be said na:iinr-,l lhe
New York cabby, but there are fre
quent occasions when one is'"re.ily de-
serving of sympathy. The other day a
cabby drove a well dressed and re-
fined looking woman to a BroadWay
restaurant, where she ordered an eX-
penslTe lunch and then. told the waiter
that she had lost hei'purse, 'but that
her cnh. was waiting and if he. ~,'iuld
send a boy, with her she would go
bohlar or tbh moniney. The bhoy entered
-JL JP wH\vili her, and she directei- the
ScaIe to drive to a Sixth avenue de-
partnenut" store. i'Wheu they arrived
shi, left the b6y in the cab, entered the
store to make an imaginary purchase
nud \entii out at the opposite entrance.
In the hope of getting inuforuation
about hls departed fare, cabby drove
6acd to the res taurati accompanied
by the brass' buttoned boy, whom he
blackguarded all the way for letting
the woman escape. The restaurant
people discharged the lad for the same
reason, and the driver cried quits.--
New York Times.

S:iadstons Nicknarm..
A collection of the nicknames that
were from time to time conferred up-
on Mr. Gladstone would- be a fine dic-
tionary of epithets alike of love and
dislike. Besides such perennials as the
Grand Old Man, "the G. O. M." and
the People's William we recall the
Franchise Bill, the Pope of England.
St. William the Woodentter, the Mah
di of Midlothian, the Old Parliamen
tary Hand, the People's Will, Mr. Mer-
rypebble, the Ancient Senator, Youari
the Man, Hawarden Bill, Prime Billy
W. G., the Only William and the Okl
Gentleman. At one time his name was
a favorite theme for Christmas cha
rades, among which may be remem
bered the following elegant outburst'

of a Conservative wit: "I should be ms
first if I could throw my second at mJ
What the Lunatic Thought. .
A clergyman was suddenly called
tpon. iw.-ay from home, to preach at a
inl:atii asylut.m and he decided to make
;Tie of a favorite missionary sermon of
sis. -
Afier their rrvice, -,a the ilher-'imani
.: as lAn,-i: tihe c':::I;! ouc of 'he in
.:!t.i stop.(d up tor hiim and i:iiit:
"T.'bat Wvas a goo:l sermon yo., g;:;v(

'The lergym,'van. was pl!ea:ed and r'-
'-ied :
"I : yr V1ld you liked it. What pat'l
in it e1.'p:.-iaily inPerested you?"
"' he:' yo l told ;aboflt th'e lno:heC
thir.o-. in t'j heir i'fiuta insit- the (Gauges.'
"Y(s ."- id the. (elerg'ymi:'. "that i
v(ry sad. ;ut it Is true. and we music
to our utmost to enilghten those un
hnppy people. that they may turn front:
the erri'o; of their way." .
"Yes. indeed." continued the lunatic
*'we- must. And all the time you were
prenching I wondered why your moth
er hadn't thrown you into the rivei
when you were small."-London Ex-

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A Q::eer New EngaL-d Betrothal.
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shoo'es of o!l Nev.- Engl: nd..and there
is a good deal of it un:minded in the
modern life of the Yankees. The fol-
lowing story of !ove and marriage,
strange as-it may s~e-:n,. is true: .
Years ago a siun;erer boarder at
cottage on ia point of Lund nwlich form
ed the prolteting uar of the L:trar-'r of
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shown a gi;r baby-only ta if'cvw imoni'.h
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"Will you give me that babe for nr.t
The mother had known the young

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him and ther:'fere .answered promptly.
"Yes.'i .
"Will you promise neter to tell her
that you rave selected ff as her bus .
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trothft!f wver observed. The girl baby
grew up,. and summer after' summer
the young iman courted her. When'shf
was eighteen he married her, and uot
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