Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: November 12, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00270
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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~. 8. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-lst District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
FrAnk Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee..
Land Office-Register, W. (. Robln-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Droward;, Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General,..W.
H. Bills; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Iolloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
"4agj8nator, H. W. Clark, Blounns-
-' hingtn 6019ty-= *E aflN~ tdt" ,
W. B, Lassitter, Vornon, County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. .. Allen, VeT-
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, W. B. Gainer, Econfina;
Treasurer, H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J. J. Wiliams, Chip-
"Iy; County Superintendent, B
S P. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, First District, Bbe Brooka;
Second District, Levi Yates;
Third District, S.L Davls; Fourth Dis-
triot, P. N. Hutchison; Fifth Districc,
W. I-. Singletar.y-Justice of the
'eace. Job'" Surliock; Notaries, W.
Sa e, mJons, A. H.Brake. F Bullock.
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
Ml. e. Post, A. H. Brake; Postms-
ter, W. M. Conely.
Panama City-Postiaster, Mrs. Belle
Boothe; Deputy Sberiff, Ai Huge-
M: l oim -Post aster, J Melvin-
SJustice o the Peace, G. N B. Harris.
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Parker- ostmawsr F. M Boutelle
Ntitury Publle.W. U. Parker.
waay. *-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
nton-Postmaster, AndreW AUan.
Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
thport-Postnasdter, R. Barnett,
sty Pubil, T. B. D. Gainer.
SUMrs. Gay.
7, Postmaster MNI Mahburn.
'oatwuMter, lEwery Tomwp

k Posatnjaster, J. J. Fowler.
-Po4wuittnrsl a .S. MsDyer.
otaDt.er Jamjne Mi. Mlurfee.
A, J44, ,' ,.

'^kofa* tezL, W1 *


.- at Buy natt fior I o
C: omaIton, Parker, Piltsbumg, Goo0 -
:.- YIrawdale'and \Yetapuo ;eavAs St.
Andrews evry1 umseniU"ex1cePt *uu,
dayat 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west at I o'clock io. m.
Baptllt-COburch WVyoaii'Bg ave. Ifout-
N kau c St. S errv;ce at I a. an. and
..AtI p. m. euuday School every Suu
lay at 10 a. m. ev. J. W. Boyd,
blmletodit Episcopal-Church Was.
lngton abe. and Chesltnut st. Suunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. F. Wiunemnan. uatur.
.'resbyteriaur-Cburch corucr Loraitn
Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
at 9:30 a. un. every Sunlay. John
Sturyock, Supt.
Cat hlic--Church corner Wyotiing
.Ave. and Foster St.
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Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular (coumtniuii-
cations .on thie first
and third Saturday
Sia each mouth.
SVtiting Urothers
0I. E. PAL.ME, Secretarv

Notary Public foz State at large; lie~
jurisdiction to administer oaths, iake
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere In Florida.
Special attentlu given to land con.-
veyances and marrilIge cercuiony per-
formed for lawfully quaililed parties.
SOfflce at the Huoy office, St. Audrews
Doctor of Medicine: Graduate of the
University of Boun, Germany. Chron-
ic Diseases and Diseases ofoWomen
and Children my specialty.

Notary Public tor Sttent at Large
SoliLits official business in this jurisdic-
wrOffioe at Bank of St. Andrews.
Notary Publio for Stat6 at large. Of
flee at Store, corner, of Loraine ave-
flui and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited and given prompt at-
Justice ol tlio Poeoce, Dist. No.3.
Office at reasdence in West End, St.
Andrews; but carries his seal with
him at his business and is prepared to
apply his'jurat to instruments, wher-
ever found. Attends to official busi-
ness in his jurisdiction. Collections a
D. w. G. m ITEHELL.
I'hysIh-lrl aud Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Iayviewv. offers his profes-
sional scrvic'e to the citizens of St.
Audrew.s iud vicingiy. Residence on
u.iit Visarn avenue.
- DII. J. .1. IES'ITER.
BomrePoaptliic p platyiiap and Accou-
cheur. Office lPoueer Drug Store,
Notnry Piiulle for the State of Flor-
Idal at Large. Office at Palrker, Fla.
Cuuveyauciug and payment of taxes
ri<- ii..-ra ,Sid.rIll- e sil. l stcia0 s.

One Dollar a Year in Advance

Entered Sept 3. 1912, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second ckls matter, under
Acl ol Coiigrjss of March 3. 1 9J.

R 0 P RI E OR .

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
conditions rates'subject to special
"Local Drift." 5c per line, first, inser-
tiont 21c eaeh'aubseqjuent. Display
lIcals double above rates.

If thi; paragraph i- checked with a
bliiopi-,ncil it isa reminder that your
ublscripltion has expired and that two
or hrltio extra numbnlirs'; wi:l be sent
youth that 110 b'roIk I :r occur should
onu choose to renew.

The St. Andrews delegation to
the meeting of the Gulf Coast In-
land Waterways Association at Co-
Columbus, Ga., November 9 and 10,
left here tby the evening train, Sun-
lay night, to be in attendance.
They \\'rwe tu be liet lI, Mr. J. II.
lDruinmoind at Columbus, he being
aLlready there.

'resident Jos. E. Ransdell of the
N:it;onal Rivers and Harbors Con-
ress writese:
Lake Providence, La., 10-27-'08.
Mr I rlaind J. Henderson-
illfF,'Coast. Inland Waterway
Association, Apalachicola,
a My ,Dear Sir:
P. a e say to your president that
.il be pleased to have him ap-
point i,)ot. les"'s'than fifty delegates
to..attend 'the, ConvenWion ol the
National rivers '& arhors C.on-
^s,^p .Wash egtt the 9t.r,
' -and',d 1f' i. f -r next.'

way Association inI IPrven-
tim n at Chicago a pIsIte that
nulnilcor, and I understand that the
Ohio \alley lmiprovcment Associa-
tion will probably appoint two or
three hundred. Your president is
authorized to appoint just as many
us lie wishes, and I can assure you
that each and every one of them
will have all rights and privivileges
of delegates on fte floor. We are
anticipating a remarkable success
this time, and I shall be disap-
pointed if your organization is not
there in ,great force. Hoping to
have the pleasure of your early ac-
quaintance, I am,
Very truly yours,

The time appears to have arrived
when the whole United States has
awoke to the importance of utiliz-
ing the great water privileges lying
at our very doors, now lying idle
and going to waste, and the-sooner
these enterprises can crystalize into
concentrated action and be fostered
by the government, the better it
will be for the nation. Nothing
would go farther to quiet the ill-
feeling between labor and capital
than to set a half-million men at
work at living wages, digging ca-
nals across the country. There is
plenty ot money in the land to do
thills f the money kings can be in-


to open their strong boxes.
us all work to this end and

"'Count 5. That the night in Octo-
ber when It blew such a gale a lot of
papers were blown from the profess-
or's window. One of these he didn't
recover from the yard nest morning
was a lalf sheet on whbch he had writ-
ten two verses of poetry to Angelina's
eyes. There is only one Angelina con-
nected with this secluded Echool, and
she is not a teacher.
"'Count G. That we don't have blan-
kets enough on the beds to keep us
warm. -
"'Count 7. That the only three girls
who got sweet cake are the three who
keep asking the principal when her
twenty-seventh birthday will arrive.
"'Count 8. That this secluded and
I gI, moral and refined prison for
"Just one moment, Miss Hartnett,"'
Interrupted Miss Taylor in her sweet-
est tones. "I think we are at cross
"Yes, ma'am."
"When 1 come to look agaS!n at the
record I read you it appears to apply
to Miss Harla Instead of Hartnett.
Similarity of nmes. ou sec."
WV__ '-, It

by so doing avert the consequence dormitory. She offered (protest or
of the growing revolutionary feeling argument, but from the she set
her jaw and compressed ps Miss
existing in the minds of the masses Taylor anticipated rebell!p no dis
now out of employment, tant date.
S One of her methods- pelling
N NOTICE! the young ladies to wa chalk
NOTICETIC line was quarterly .rep# Every
three months each of tIb rls was
FORBES PURCHASE called into the private gcte room
OPENED FOR ENTRY, ETC. and her derelictions anaoit to her
The Department of the Interior and recorded on a blank. f- .
It depended upon thit itAO make
'sefds'6ut the following notice from It doepeded upon tit report
t Lnd O a ieile Immediate improvement, ar*9 report
the Land Office at Gainesille: would be mailed away to their or
All vacant United States lands in guardian: As a m ettedtof ~ f t, do re-
Calhounmand Washington counties port was ever malled, 1 ybh action
aho a B ountis might have resulted la anelal loss to
south of the northern boundary of t e school, but t tti brilways
Tow ns*'pOfie (1) north,%avebeean pIsed.a 1e/reIotjr I aIIo .-
for some time Reserved, so that the It came to be hlispered about as the
regular quarter day drew nigh that
United States Forestry Service could Miss Taylor had been saving up many,
investigate same, with a view of complaints against Miss Fanny "and
creating it into a National Forest. that there must be many tears and
T e te s e l s w h promises to keep a report from the
These are the same lands which hauds of the deacon.
were involved in the suit by the pri- Much curiosity and considerable anx-
vate land claimants under the John iety were felt, save by the delkquent
herself. She giggled and whistled and
Forbes Company. bribed the grocer's boy to smuggle in
The assistant forester has decid- gum, and when the fatal day at length
ed, after investigation, that these arrived she went smiling to the sacri-
fice. Miss Taylor kept-her on pins and
lands are not suited for- a National needles for three or four minutes to
Forest. In view of this decision, let the scare strike in and then soberly
the Commissioner of the General began:
"Miss Hartnett, I have received sev-
Land Office has declared the reser- eral complaints against you and have
vation of said land o be at an end. grouped them under the term counts.
Therefore this- office gives notice I will read them to you:
"'Count 1. That on the 3d of Sep-
that applications, filings, etc., willtem emb two days after your arrival
'be accepted on this land, provided here, you tried to tear a board off the
they are properly filed and there fence in order to look out. It is believ-
ed, but not absolutely proved, that
are no other reservations on the there was a young ian on the other
land applied for. side of the fence at the time.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register. ""Count 2. That on the second week
SHIELDS WARRN, Receiver. of your arrival you liade use of such
terms as "hully gee," "come off," "too
thin," etc.
.** **@*******Oe ***o.@e "'Count 3. That on the third week
y you were chewing gum and eating car-
S8 O amels. ,3
T "'Count 4. That while going to and
Srettrning from the postolice in charge
113 A 'of Miss Lee you refused to cast your
o eyes down or look in another direetiou
S By MADELINE LEWIS, on meeting various old and young men.
-- "'Count 5. That on4a certain night In
CopyrlgltoId, l~S. by P. C. Eastment. the tfilth week of your arrival aud
ae ee******************** while Vyou were supposed to be asleep
h -i bed l'on were ns a matter of fact
.'hon I',,ac .l Wo.a':n c ll. |It'ing uIp in led and singlug nbo'it .an
, .Yls Tr.vi,r- .'el..'l ,,1n i hbtl*1,- ruor- ',ld d;rliy hliose u:nue waI s Uncle Ne-l.
'1l atfl r:'ei''d Phac l ofio girls t tr *('Cot'ut T.hat onUo:Ine'icaslon you
*rni,.|(or th1e- nt<-rirthv of Is'rva t. 'untviie to the roof of yolir doriltorny
-' .y :iT' ,: .'t. *,..* 'd j 's i-. t h- .- -i\. oI r' ti .' ar l:'s% .; sct itti., 'iid
IttIuli, i, .,->- v:, lhI to tlie fra.t rhai w v\e'el your han Ikerchlef at some
:-. I 1 i ., I re s m-i n-i.i o:n' nn l viu'- b ebill.
S. e: t 7. T' at it is I b lievoJ. t, '. igL
',Y i, i, t lill: : o that not ptovd, th lt Ian cp -tle of a selLti-
II \v iin.l,-.i< a, ,iv tho firststory were moutal ,:atue na: tlie to a Psone an
frosted and I.n;.-rilous to masculine thrown over ''ie fctre not thit it twa
a rze. i-',i.i!.'. Ino pulill wnis "llowedl a&eint for you. ;od .Voii reeei d It Iud
niOl.i'lh 1'i !'ctr'e without a h:bp'rou'.' roastedd that Uncle Sni dlu't run all
i 'ra.lo-r. who hd. barely turned !lhe i'plt l pr. in the conntry. 'here
orty -,\- vn an;d carti:'e the I;le that ire reasoun for 1,elleving that on the
i wa:s 'wentl.y-evet iuisteand. thn-en went ext !ght you threw a letter over in
>n to Fpea?.k of the lectures( she gave' "'8. t at v s
"'Count 8. That at various times
very \Vcd.:-,sday night, of t"e care
;;i;eri to keei, n!eSlmiiers and novels you have argued that there was noth-
roun her pipis. of tliet early hours for g wicked al)o!t the circus or the the-
.rod an of itil fa t tlealt the ouly man f ter an1 that you have said that you
.Abod:t ath i:oftlfio, thcepa t t a onuley mn tied old maids; also that you have
bout the kistituiouw except a Couplen -t
,f serants. was Professor Baich. who 'ggled when my hnameand condition
h;dl charge of the higher mnthlematlcs n lie have been discussed. Further,
mni wvas u t oid lb;ahelior of the--most that you have said that you would be
:'corrI-ptlbie priineliles. married before you were twenty-one.
Then sbhe h:,d a numnler of questions Further, once more, that you have re-
o aIk! about the yonug lady, and the ferred to ProCessor Balch as lopshoul-
teacou had to admit that now and then dered and squint eyed.'
he latter i i-l,-Jl. she also chewed "There are the respective counts.
gum. sr'he hL l been caught reading Miss Hartnett, just as they nha\ been
novels. s.he hi;d had a beau, hnd she prepared to go to your guardian, and
:oved to g, to a circus. ndw you may tell me what you have
SIn fict.' a;::i' iss l'aylor, "she is to say in offset-that is, I don't suppose
.vht yonu wonld can!l flip?" you have anything to say."
"Y-e-s, I -guless so. Not too flip, but "Oh, yes, r have!" replied Miss Fan-
11 little lip'" ny as she drew a paper from her pock-
"I wee. W.:-;l, v,hle! this isF not a re- et. "Yes, I have something to say, and
.otm'natorv. e- do no- and then take I have also groutied It under the term
n a pupii in n:" r to care It*r of fip- counts. I will read them, if you
;)>incy. T fe i .a Ul'.'.e.l,:'gs r, but please:
v, n a:nra l n ai;'rf-ct c:;.'e." 'Count 1. That upon my arrival at
Theo cewo- ws wil'iiig to pnv a lit- he school I was told of about 500
e n;:or r.and tho f:i;ana il end was things I nmustu't do.
oou settlled. A week later the new "'Count 2. 'hatit I was sent to a
pupil arrived. Perhaps Miss Fanny ,ormltoiry about as Iare and poverty
was tll. At least. she was in good :tricke:n as our ohl garret at honme.
limith !and spirits. inclined to look on "'Count 3. That I have bad about
the bright side, and she could sing half enough to eat up to date and
ocL :.,.1 whlitle imoe. In the village want to get out and steal raw turnips
wlh-re wh hbnad Ieenu broiight up she "1' *'.'lt 4. Tl!:ut ,,uo evening I got
wna .-,, tn elred somnethiLng of a tom- ,ut in t lhe y'tr.,. unID while snoolng
b.ov. I.nt. the phrase was not used to ":'o.d I pa.-e *. h. ,-an. nll Iookol ini.i the window aind saw
::h,. a. gi\-e to) understand by Miss Pofe<.-or iI.,h.h hohlihi lir h.rnd ln
at, or but was what and sent to her one of his and piiting it with the

come to look again

a couple of verses
scribbled off last
is not against the

rules to write poetry. ma'ami"
"Well, no, not if you submit it to the
teacher: You may leave this, If you
will, and I will look It over nnd see If
your meter Is correct. You may go,
my dear. Please tell Miss Vaughn to
step in here. I must tell her that she
doesn't seem to have the interest In
her studies to be expected of her."


Queeo Old Traditions That Clus-
Sty,-About the'Gastropods.


Drastic Remedies That Must Have
Proved Speedily Mortal to the Un-
fortunate 8nails-A Telepathic The-
ory That Was a Dismal Failure.
It Is probable, though-bearing lu
mind the extent and profundity of the
learning considered necessary, for "ev-
ery schoolboy," provided he Is educat-
ed at other people's exense-o does

snails were among the very earliest
natural history subjects we were
taught. The teaching, we may remem-
ber, was conveyed in the classical form
of question and answer. "What," we
were asked, "are little boys made of?"
.And the querlst, almost always of
the nurse or governess persuasion, sup-
plied the answer with unmistakable
relish. "Slugs and snails and puppy
dogs' tails" were, we were informed,
the ingredients which went to the com-
position of the soaring human boy. It
was doubtless the memory of the in-
dignity rather than any righteous zeal
against the foes of the flower garden
that induced us for some time after-
ward invariably to squash or other-
wise destroy every slug and snail that
our youthful eyes lighted on.
As a matter of fact, however, a good
deal of interesting old world lore clus-
ters about slugs and snails, though
considerably more about the latter,
than the former. That, however, is of
the less importance, inasmuch as nat-
uralists tell us the slug is practically
a snail which wears its shell under its
skin, though possibly the definition
,may be taken exception to from a sci-
entific standpoint. It is worth remark-
ing that, whereas everybody knows
snails are considered a t-',e luxury in
several countries, nobody seems to
wax ecstatic over slugs If we except
the beche de mer, or sea slug, over
which as prepared In the far east some
writers have risen to poetical elo-
iuence. The Romans used to fatten
their edible snails on bran soaked in
wine, ud it is said, with a considera-
ble emphasis on the "said," they at-
.ained such au abnormal size that the
;hell of one as reported to have a ca-
,acity of ten quarts.
I:'iriv,1 tl:y i: '.: may l. 1e'd to a-'.'
till n.,r- i :.- -l;., t 'o ouir ps t 'ly of
., i '!:l!. fo',i'l. 1:i,.^ '** i. h ,q Ilii r fa
i. ,I 1 'd ":; i ,. :' lis III ',n ii .lii. i,) o \v'
i4 ,.",. r'; of t' [" l .l 11i l I li or I n
,.? I, i i.,,; ,," trh ..-s,.4 ea, t 'ni I.

the sheep as they browse on the short
grass, It is a little discoucertlug after
this to read the old naturalists' dic-
ura that the snail is "a worm of slime
-ind always foul and unclean; is a man-
aer suaL'e and is a horned worm."
Moreover, if any one troubled with
arts will FeCu:'e a snail, pierce it as
many times as the unsightly excres-
eences number and then impale the'
hapless snil on a thorn tree as the
creature dies the warts will disappear.
Equally deserving the attention of the
S. P. C. A. is a provincial cure for
ague, which consists l putting a live
snail into a bag pad wearing It around
the neck for uite days. It Is then to
be "thrown luto the fire, when it is
said to shake like the age, and after
this the patient is revr troubled with
S'tiki Ilou*vamIAtMi i .
nixed someoNmeo with cheese, ope
and renuuet, snails do draw out thorns
if they be applied to the place," Lup-
tof assures us, while the horns car-
ried on the person insure the bearer's
:trtue. It is to be assumed that some
it least of these drastic measures
prove speedily mortal to thi: snails,
though really some of the stories of
their longevity and recuperative pow-
ers make one hesitate to dogmatize too
And the snail is not without its
lunasl mystic attributes. Very widely
-;prend is the childish "charm" by
which it is adjured to put out its
horn--"Snail,n mail. come out of your
hole or e'-e !'ll heat you uis black as a
oal." Sri.'etiirucs a bribe Is psubstltnt-
.'d for tl'e thr'int, and "bread and bar-
leycoi'-" rp promi.el as an i:.n:i<'e-
ment to "ht ;\, .your h,?rnT." In Q'ot-
land it 1 sa!d that the lp:'oa:* pt ou';eil-
ence of the snail lnl-nar'-sa that flue
weatlhr in.i IP e-pected. In some
places to entb i snall by Its h'ornq
on lthe lit of May and th row It over
the left sli-i.'er Insure'4 g',oo luck.
Possibly one of the queorePt ideas
that have ever Ibeen pro:uinlgted about
snails was tha!;t which gravely proposed
to utilize them for ,the purposes of te-
legraphy, or, more strictly perhaps,
telepathy. Snails, it was alleged, were
excessively sympolhetic. Two of them
were put together for presumably suf-
ficlent time to bring them thoroughly
en rapport, and the Intending operators
arranged their code. One of these went
to New York with one snall and the
other to Paris with the second. -When
the gen;temeu In either capital, wished
to c'immunicrate with his friend, at an
hour agreed upon, he put his snill on a
dial mar!edil with tho characters of the
oode an;l moved It fronim ou to the oth-
er till ll4s message WatcpetlId put. and

Iumpeled by the mrytewme:sB f -
,f its own accord Indiibte on a corre-
sponding dial the message letter by let-
ter. TLat was the. beautiful theory
that was doomed to-dismal failure.-
London Globe.

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A Wedding Super'tition.
It has been considered unlucky to be
married in May ever since the days of
Ovid, and those people who have spent
their time in looking up roots and
reasons have given what they consider
to be the origin of the superstition as
In ancient Rome there was held In
May a festival called the Lemurla, or
feast of the Lemures, which was a
ceremony un honor of the speeches of
departed souls. It became with the
Romans what we should call "bad
form" to have matrimonial feasts af
the season of a solemn rirtual, being no
doubt thought to be nn Insult to the
dea:l'to marry nt such a time. From
this number of stories .grew of the
rer.i,'-eInmade ly the outraged ghosts
upon thoie who dared to disregard
them,. and if un..'thlnng unfortunate hap-
-pened to a couple who lhad been mar-
-led Ilu Say It would, of course, have
',ee: put dl',;v,' to rotrilbutlou. So the
irnditicn nf il1 luck arose, and its in-
tl, ae;'Ce has Iufted ever sins!, even tn
;i' ; : ; O.

S S'ubtraction.
"If an i'L"tpr. blarrel weighs ten
ipoti;ds. what can you f11 i t with to
iuno!:i it weigh seven pounds?"
"Hlave to give It utip."
"Fill it full of holes."

Ignorance is less distant from truth
I.an prejudice.-Diderot-

VOL, XVIII. ST. ANDREWS, Fl KOV. 12, 1908.
I I l 1 ,

-London Express.

Burning Heretics.
The following Items, cophlrdl frLm the
municipal records of Canterbury .t
English magazine, show thlf the burn-
Ing of heretics iu 135, the time of the
genial King Henry VIII., was au In-
Sexpensive amusement:
To bringing a heretip from Lon-
don .................................. it. 8t.
For wood to burn him................ Od.
For gunpowder...................... .Id.
A stake and staple.................... 8d,
Total ................................ 17 ..
S InspIring Hope.
The Doctor-Bear up. 1. must tell
you the worst-you can't powslbly fe-
cover. The Client-That's a pity. 'fo
If I'd lived a bit longer I should-lave
come into a fortune. As it is, I haven't
a penny to pay you with, doctor. The
Doctor-Well, now. don't give up hope.
We'll.try to mend you. We'll try.--.
lustrated Bits.

As to Stage Fright.
"Stage fright" is surely among the
most mysterious of sudden selzusre,
It begins when -the actor"or speaker
thinks "they are not Interested In me."
It ends when he determines "1 will In-
terest them."-London Chronicle.
Modern Facilities.
"Who was dis Rip Van Winkle?"
"An old time guy wot slopt in de
mount us."
"Didn't have no public Ilbrarti.-.I'
s'pope. Ii his day?"-Lonlisvll!e C'ou-

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A Will Kept Murdir 8e:rrt. 1
That the Ideitliy of Atei iutsa who
killed Campbell of Gleuure on M-ay 14.
1752, should still. Ite baudPd down from
father to son a solemn trust among a
few members of the Rtewart clan Is
one of the curtosltlps of history .
The mute trees know who fired that 0b t,.
But the secret well they'rekeeping.
SThe highlanders refused It to.Rob.
ert Louis Stevenson. Audtew Lang
says that, like William of Deloraie,.
"he knows, but may not tell." Ml. '
Mackay, the author of tbli most coin-
plete and Interesting account of the
crime and trial, leaves a little doubt-
ful whether he sl among the Initiated.
"I should be the last." hb writes. "fe
make public a secret that balt j
well kept. Its antquIlty.4'a. sliT I u4'
L-Andon Spemtator.. .
r, do _"" ,, -,,e *. "'v,
-. -
What e~bldt .i&' .
An individual applied to the cab
company for a altuaton.
"Do you know how to drive' .
"Yes, sir."
"You know that you mnst be polite
with all your passengers?"
"And honest. For example, what
would you do If you should find In
*your cab a pocketbook containing $2*,-
"Nothing at all 1 should live on the
Income."-London Tit-Rits.

"Why don't you go to work?"
"Work?" rejoined Meanderlng Mike.
"Look at de thousands of poor fellows
dat is look i' fur work an' feello' mie-
erable widot it. Now, work ain't nec-
essary to me, an' I ain't goln' to butt
In an' reach fur it merely fur de sake
of havin' l omethin' to brag about"-
Washington Star.

Pineules for the kidneys. JOdays' tri-
al $1.00. Hundreds of people testify to.
the merit of this preparation in the re-
lief of kidney t -ouble, rheumatim. lum-
bago, backache. PinPeules int directly
on the kidneys, purify the bhisxd and
"make you feel lk i a new person. There
.tone the system. Sold by W. C. Iolley
A ntleman opened :itletter adfress-
ed to his son containing suggeattios
from a friend to the latter for a novel. .
,Which he (the son) was privately writ-
Ing. The father was .eeedingly esr-
prised and frightened upoei readUi the, .
following dreadful words: :
Dear Bob.-Top rlly muV Y o .ow
cautom.in eioatrbot your loU .r. .U.
.,ovSrnor' wN Wit .a.e to Vaav. t er. '':' .
dead body of.Q 1 *'iA
Ahba-5 zow a.a .# fc- ^-^ -5.a^.BwB^e7

"ies, ma am "
"And when you
at your recoi-]"-
"It seems to lie
of-- poetry that I
night. I hope It




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The str.Tarpon arrived from the
south ft 9:00 a. m., Friday and
/ from Mobile and Pensacola at 10;40
a. m. yesterday,
The "steamship Manteo, arrived
from Mobile and'P at 10:30 a. m.,,

The following table rcoorda tlle max-
tmum, minimum ahd: mean tempefa-
swtre: tbe rainfli and direction of the-
wind fIr the twenty-fonr hours ending
*t7 o'elook p. m., as iud'cated by U. S.

Date... I .I .I I Rain. Wind
NJov.... 4 70 54 62 .05 nw
S 5 65 50 57 .00 T
S6 65 -41 53 .00 w
74 46 57 .00 aw
8. 62 63 .020 q M
9 78. 48 52 .00 .s
"'"'-10 78 55 66 .00 i

7i 49 60 1 .05 I
If you are a sufferer from that most
distressing affliction, piles, and have
tried many remedies without being.
benefited we oat, safely say that Man
Zan Pile Remedy will bring relief wth
the first application. Sold by W. C.
Holley & 9o,
,, -
How a Girl Throws.
Perhaps a better title would have
Seen '"Hiw a Girl Doesn't Throw,"
because it is well known that a girl
cannot propel a ball or anything else
like a boy. Most people-and all boys
-t-onclude that this defect arises from
clunmslness, but that is a mistake,
The difference between a girl's throw-
Ing and a boy's is substantially this:
The boy crooks his elbow and
reacheat back, with the upper part of
bis artrn-about at a right angle of forty-
five de'.ryee. The direct' n t of throw-
tug iJ aocomplls;hed by bringing the
i rm back with a sort of snap. worklug
every Joint from shoulder to wrist,
The :irl throws with her wh.,le arn:
rtgld. the boy with his whole nrn re
taxed: Why this marked' anud unmis
tn'aiLl difference exists may be ex.
pl-tlnel' by -the fact that the clavicle
or co.l!f lhn.tn ApJ feinlaine anatomy
In rnome 'ln'lie imeiir and siet some de-
gree.9 lower ciown thau In the mascu-
line frano. Tihe long. crnokedl. awk-
ward bone Interferes with the full and
'free nue of the arm. This Is the rea-
*on. wiy a girl encnot throw a Stone.

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IO T 0 RnA P H 'S

Made and Delivered Within a

Towed by a Halibut.
About the mouths of the streams on
whl'b natlron camps are situatedl the
Indian dogi and children amuse them
Shelves enta(blng the fish. Some of the
youngsters are so small that after they
have suneelded In cornering a fish
the combined effor-ts of the party -are
eftetn _rulrcd to dispatch It and carry
I tocamp. 1 have watched dogs run.
ling about In a rift napping at the
salmon and apparently having the time
of their lives.
*One of the most amusing sights that
I esw during my stay In Alaska was
two Indinn boys being towed about
the harbor at Kadink by a huge hall-
Ant they hnad .ust hooked. TTtperlv un-
able to Tnnd tfe fsh. tbpy had fastened
the line to the stern of the boat.'and
while they pulled with nil their might,
en0'h one Ot an onr. they rallied each
ether for not exertingl more strength
and shouted louilly for help. Finally
an Indtin pnt out In a boat, and the
fibh was landed.-Forest and Stream.

Bewildering France.
There are In France two Bordeaux.
the one In the Giroude and a tiny place
the Loiret. There are two Ton-
leones, the old town in the Haute-
"L ni.G and4 Toulouse du Jura, a vii-
,-'Alie W~hb' 00 Inhabitants. near Lons-le-
utnedete. There Is Tours In Touralne,
Aibc's. Tbtfra in the Indre-et-Loire
and Toun, a village- in Savoy, near
Albertvtlle. There are seven St Cyrs.
S simple St. Cyrs, that ts, and twenty-
'"'.. ,n-our with, something (tacked or to'
Sb. em. seven SL Denlses and forty-
Seven with someraddition, fourteen St.
Germalns and' 114 with something
eked on.


J, I, DRUiMOH, -. r

-bouvenlr 13OOK or St Andrew. ."0c
at Waro's. Godard's and Masker's.
-Colored and plain souvenir postal
cards with St. Andrews scenes at thf.
Buuv office
-Suwell Brothers made a fine catch
of mullet here in the Bay, Tiiueday

-Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Forester are
both suffering with a severe attack of
inflammatory rheumatism.
-Fashionable souvenir baronial en-
velope4 embellished with beautiful
Florida snowy heron, at the Buoy office.
--Mr. Porter, of Econfina was in town
with pork, Tuesday, and a goodmany
people would ,like have someone bring
in some Thanksgiving tuekeys,
-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 new fish-house of the Bay
Fisheries Company on the Ice & Power
Company's wharf is receiving its roof
and the establishment will be opened
up foi business in a few days.
-WISARD INK Tablets, Price, oer
Sbtox 10 cts. put up eight Tablets ip a
' box. One box makes ten ounces of the
Best ink. Econcmical permanent, abso-
r lately indelible, convenient, non-coro.
si ve

-The household effects of Mr. Wo'-
let of the Bay Fisheries Company ar.
rived on the Tarpon, yesterday and ho
with his family will henceforth be a
welcomed addition to the citizenship of
St. Andrews.
-Dist. Supt., Roev C. J. Hammitt,
will hold services in the M. E. church
St. Andrews, Saturday evening, Nov-
]4; also, Sunday morning and evening
at the usual hours. Everyone cordially
invited to attend.
-The St. Andrews public school ap-
pears to be progressing finely. The
two teachers have their hands fulI
looking after so many youngsters; but
they are equal to the occasion and man-
age them admirably.
-Handsome letter head with 3t.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Blulf, or Buena
Vista P'oint. at Sc per dozen; also, map
of tbu St. Andrewa Bay country on
bauk of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B ov Office.
--hiploy Verdict. Maj. Joe Stump
was in from the oil well, Monday en
route home for a few days visit. He
tells us that they bhae succeeded in re-
moving the broken drill and tfat all is
now ready to bogin work again as soon
as the driller gets cere, which will be
about the first of the week.
-- 'he ldios of tho Biaplist church
who are willing to as-ist, in a Thanks-
giving supper, -to be given for th.-
church are requested to' meet at .the
homeof, Mi. J. D, Foorester at 3
o'plo4 Frlday arternoora. le1a moMu-
bers rf the .Mistonary Union arte c.ipe-
cially requested to be present.
-Mr. C. C. Davis, 'having purchased
Mr. Nixon's interest in the St. An.
drwas Meat Market, will in future con-
duct the business as sole propriieto' and
will this week move Ils Inarket to the
neat new building just erected on
Washington avenue, to the east of John
R Thompsent & Co.'s store, where he
wilt be tle.ised to' rneet his patrons and
serve '.iem with the choicest meats ob-
-The ladies of the M. E. church feel
very grateful to the St. Andrews and
Panama City peo plp for their presence
at the chicken pie supper last Thursday
nights, and from all reports they bad
value received. Ibaet, but not eeast,
they thank the youhg gentlemen for
interest manifested in voting for the
most pops[ar young lady on the Bay,
which resulted in pronouncing MiVss
Ethel Bakerentitled tothat distinction.
And while the Buoy heartily congratu-
lates the worthy young woma.npn the
result of the ballot, it cannot refrain
from speaking a word of encourage-
ment to the scores of lo ffy but less
fortunate competitors who are admired
by every gentleman who is so (prtnnate
as to enjoy their acquaint nme; but they
must romemher the truthful saying: "As
fine fish swim in the sea as ever were
caught," and. a few sweet smiles ju
diciously bestowed, are certain to bring-
the .coveted reward in .due course of
time. Miss Baker was awarded the
prize pillow and tho net proceeds of
the supper vere about $75. The.ladies
expect to have another supper, Decem-
ber 10. Turkey, did you say? Yes,
and other good things, and they invite
you to come again and bring you aunts,
uncles, friends and especially your best
girl. They promise an entire change
of program. A few more oeC'ihsons as
successful as this last. mnd the par-
sonage wili be paid for and hbesidcs en-
joyicg a feast you will have the satis-

- $15,000.


Judge L. J. REEVES.

SYear Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
,C P W --^ ~ ~ ~i .- -- -. - -- - .. _

faction of knowing that you a:e con-
tributLing to a govd cauiie.
-The publisher has employed every
means within hi reach tu get the com-
plete returns of the vote in Washintou
county at the recent. election; butt as


el haa been unable to do so, and for
he present.Lal least Buoy readers must I
be content with the assuraIce that the
entire democratic ticket was elected by L
good big majorities.
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A Fn.ma, Kable Suicide.
A nlinn ljo i.i,; \i Lited Paris was
telling of an extraordinary suicide he
had card o' in that gay city. "He
was a Frenchmau, who was nothing if
not original," a:id the teller of the
tale. "and even when he grew despond-
ent he planned his death is a most
original fashion. lie locked the door
of his room inu the Rue Nitot and, re-
mo-vi-,i the weIghts of the window
cord, fastened them to the window
itself. lie dlded to the we!g.ht of the
window by attaching six flatirous. On
the sill he adjusted a. lavrg triangular
bread knife, such as is uzed by chefs,
and made ready a small balloon, capa-
ble of lifting fifty pounds. The in-
geulous Frenchman then put his head
out of the window after attaching the
balloon to his neck and by releasing
the clamp that held the window cut his
head off c.iiif-ilte-ly with thle, ipro-
vised guillotine. The Idecapitated body
was discovered several days later, but
It was npt until the balloon and the
head were found a week later in the
field of a peasant. eighteen miles from
Paris, that th n:ethod of suicide was
really known."

Old Maps of Louisiana.
An iinteresting exhibit in the Lou-
isiana State miuseunu Is a collection of
old maps that show the state of Lou-
isiana extending from Canada, which
was then called New France,* on the
north to the gulf of Mexico on the
south anti from Virginia and Carolina
on the e:st to the Pacific on the west.
These m:!ps, were printed in Italy and
Holland and Prince and wxre evrli ut-
ly largely works of fancy and imwug!la-
tion on the past of the geographers, as
they depict mountain ranges where
none exists and lakes and rivers dis-
:riuted around in places where they
:are not found today. One of the most
charmviug of these maps represents the
Miss'A;;ipi.; river as making a graceful
turn aong v:.:t is now t1 roadbed of
the *Louii-rville and Nashville railroad
ind emptying into the gulf in Florida.
Along a strip of this country about
wheree English Lookout adl pl,:acritfl
:ay St. Louis are isicnt-ed is a fear-
sonie snot marked as the land of the
:ua-n eaters.-New Or'eans I 'icayuine.

Diagnosed the Case.
A successful oculist trevenrty put in
:1 day or two with his new shotgun in
'e ninarshes. lHe soon noticed that
h'lin u'hr^g the left hand barrel he
L'eIunr.ily Lroiu;'litt down t game, but
S\ hen using the other l;arrel lit Inva-
;a 'ty Ini-'d. le finally tacked a
rMinail iar;a t to a ihusbh near the river's
ban:l uand lrcird lt ii several time with
.:I'a*b b ir irun <(.t der to briirg the mat-
,er to a tt. Th1I result con r~hed his
suspicion One barrel was all right.
or nearly so, and the other was all
I'rong. .
"Well," said the oculist to a friend
who was with him, "ns nearly as I
can make out this gun has a severe
case of strabis.mus, with strong symp-
toms of astgmatism!" Modern So-
The Cost For Repairs.
o "Why did you sell your auto?"
"Cost too.inncht for ireIlrs."
"Wasn't it a good'macilae?"
"First rate. Never got out ofPorder.
But I had to pay for repairing the peo-
ple it ran over."-Philadelphia Ledger.


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e i, :ir[" r i. IT r i, l,! 1 I ,V ,lt :,' hi \C
, ;- ', ,i ( :* i: ; i tl .c* 'n'l V. :'l r t l.
.ith ,.nl s of' his o'.to- o. I r e lo. :1 1
,I ),; t.l for oe .s f .s i.in t .l :
tr,,ret ln: s. 'i o !, r I *ta i tl, tdis- J
:IhI p1ro= rid onal, a Int.);i lil eto hum-
ViA l tc : fo i re t.h lo ni a l ite r ( s"o '., a-'. 1
he in':p ik .-tui I in wrh rL ' .itse
-,1: 10 o f hI i l,,n .'i. .r ,,:,l. .' ; ':. r 'l!
I w -n d ite s ih rI. i.iil,$ (.-r 1o 1 tIhe
!trung'es of his boyhood. lie looked e
orck on those days ias being torte !a"
happy s any he had ever zknowvn.o The
tlclure, says W. Howard Stamnd i dis- s-
uictsug .1h. in. brown, painter of ahu-
Lle l'o11, ihal l lo:g ago b-enu sold. and,
altf'oughi the would b purchaser orfer-
ed to give bi.s cheek fro $25.000 for the
work, te artist was able to prfple oe
any cle to Its twher:'abouts.-New V
Broadway MYag'azl;n. t

u ty To His Benefit.t?
A Tctlneorell i.congr:essman enjoys
teinf-l; a steady ob his tus-
triet whl o In a way his something of a
Csloe iueod was saying to Mose one
day: "Yot'te always in trouble. Mose
gry cau!tyou try o to do better? You're
I likely vort of. darky, and you could
o;et os' Mery well if only you'd Ibeave
-ourself-kceep a steady job instead of
4It 1l..l'n bad whisky and getting your-
seif behind the bars half the time."
"Exceue me, boss," said Mo!'e. with a
.'gri. "but it looks to me like I makes
mo;*e money this way. When I works
hard I gets $7 a month and my board.
WlIen 1 gets arrested the jedgoee says
to me that It will be $10 or their days.
[low kin I afford to work for $7 a
month when I'm woorth $3 more In de
lockup?"-St. Paul Pioneer-Press.
Great Lovers of Water.
The Siamesare re more devo',J to the
water than any;oth~r untion in the
world. They ate nearTy tn.al-s l-ath-
igR, gaiiera!ly with their clothes on,
'and they never go anywvbhre by land
if they can possibly go by water. The
streets of Bangkok are like those of
Venice. and the inhabitauts say that
their l:ea of paradise would be a town
with canals where there were currents
In both directions, so that they might
be spared the effort of rowing.

Watched Fifteen Years.
"For fifteen years I have watched the
working of Bucklen's Arnica,Salve; and
it has never failed to cure auy sore, boi,
-ulcer or burn to which it was applied.
It 'has sav ed us many a doctor bill,"
says A. F. Hardy, of East Wilton.
Maine. 25c. at A. I. Brake's/store.

First "Victco*y of th3 Revolution.
Thli i.li ,r.irmeie of the assault upon
I'orCt \,'tiiL.t aid Mary is generally
I\,vIrli, *ld.4,.' bistoriang. The demoq-
.'r;,ti ,,:4 i- 'i .ast varioi1S lrh'itish armed
vi.:.. ':l l : Il'.A.il:g with the firing upon
the schooner St. 'John it July, 1764,.as
'Nll' as I~_be battle cf Alamance, in
Ni-ort Cai'rlia.a. In 17,1', were essential-
ly Il cal an; ItcV'ro B far removed from'
-the l:v-\'utilio~a::ry pL'rlod that they pro-
d(til l no appr.l'il;tble effect upon (he
'whr itself. The "Boston massacre"-
was the repul::e of a molb bt' a squand
of I'riLt'h re1;;l.air, but,at Fort Wil-
liam and M:Iry the royal standard Was
lowered for the first time, and the gun-
powder taken th.er''efrom was burned
by the patriots at Bunker Hill. The
king recognized tn the daring assault
the Inevitability of t'he linmpnding
struggle. There is truth in the claim
set forth on the tablet on the old Fort
Constitution of today that the site
marks "the first vitetory of the Amer-
ican Revolu$fon."-Army and Navy
Life. .
A pretty Warm Fish.
A well known fisherman was fishing
for perch and waS seated along the
edge of at'lake iear the roots of a
large' treat whIch was a favorite spot
for tle perch. Luck had been only
fair, and he was debating On the ques-
t.lo ot haulin"i~n the line and going
home when there came a powerful
ie knw' that he had a huge fish
and; struggled vigorously for twenty
minutes before he landed ils Vprize.
It was a sunfish, one Of the largest he
had ever .seen. lIe .landed it on the
bank, aud'"then he noticed that the
rays fro'hl 'th, l ah. were so powerful
that fie w'.as .*lmucit blinded and the
grass in the vicinity was shriveled up
by the heat,
A few minutes later the man fell

over. He had been sunstruck by the
sunfish and was beyond hope.-Phil-
adelphia American.

Judicial Ignorance.
"Did the clock stop when you dashed
it down cellar?" asked the police judge
of the man who was charged with be-
liig disorderly.
"Of cou ise it stopped. Did you sup-
lose it went through to China?"

The public is hereby warned not
to sell or extend credit to my wife;
Auna Jansenius, for anything that
she may want on my credit, as I
will not be responsible for anything
that she may buy or contract for
in my name.
This November 9, A. D., 1908.

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Notice. I
The R-egi-itratio olj ok of Lhe Town ol I
t. .\ndrew, Fla., will be open at J. I1
'honmpson & Co.'s- store fron, November
Jt to the 1.5th. All voter rc-idlini
within the corporate limits of the
'own will have to register before t.riey
a. vote at the Town Election.
.1. R. THOMSON, Town Clerk.

Ho~' is your Dtgestion.
Mrs Mary Dowling of NNo. "'22 'th
ve., San Francisco, recommends a rein-
dy for stomach trouble. She sa.s:
gratitudee for the wonderful elTect of
Electric Bitters in a case of acute indi-
testion, prompts this testimonial. I am
ully convinced that for stomach and
ivertroubles Electric Bitters is the best
remedy on the market today." This
great tonic and alternative medicine in-
,igorates the system, purifies the blood
and is especially helpful in all forms of
female weakness. 50c. at A. H. Brake's
The Prig and His Cane.
in the number of the Tatler for Oct.
6, 1709, it Is observed that "a cane is
part of the dress of a prig'r (this, by
the way, ,qows the erroneous notion
prevalent that "priggishness" is a.,
modern word) "and always worn upon
a button, for fear he should be thought
to have an occasion for it or be esteem-
ed really and not genteelly a cripple."
In the number of Nov. 18 a rural
squire in town is sketched who is the
prototype of one of the pavement nul-
sthces. "His arms naturally swung at
an unreasonable distance from his
sides, which, with the advantage of a
cane that he brandished in a great va-
riety of irregular motions, made it un-*
safe for any one to walk within sev-
eral yards of him."
And under date of Dec. 5 there is an
amusing sketch of "a lively, fresh col-
ored young man" who was among the
applicants to Isaac Bickerstaff's court
of censorship for license to use "canes,
perspective glasses, snuffboxes, orange
flower waters and the like ornaments
of life." This ybung man had his cane
hanging on his fifth button and was
"an Oxford scholar who was just en-
tered at the temple."

in the Dime Museum.
"What did you do with my ther-
mometer?' demanded the doctor who
had been called in to attend one of the
"I swallowed it, doe," answered the
glass eater. "Thought it was my med-
icine."-Pittsburg Press.

In the Drinking Days.
A once well known inuividunl who
had lived every day of hi:; life and
gained from it a great exp 'ieie 1e let
the; following advice-and, Etitle else-
to his sons: "Drink slow; do not .*1ix
your liquor; never sit I ll1i viir i:i.wl
tb the fire." It was an excellent pre
*c.(-pt for the era ii n hlick it \ :s give\
-the tl:ni, when the dl~ini.: r,,iii: '..,J
was"" lpt locke'] that thc'i' I:.;.: i,
,uo sliaking the claret n::d .-i!,: t!.,
u!ily cbunce at the circuit t..e-s Af e;
'.apiug int,,o icatinu was t', i,; u- .i
the taille "like the rest," as I.'l C(ocL
1-urn tells us he did. aud iir i 'ii ;-
Iuay. even when our ju-.!-. s ,e ,.irc l
that dLiwredlt should be l,'omug't .
drinking by nilscoudi;-t. I\c i l .
i.ralnk. and much too much, in ti,.:-
d.ays. but especially the r': 'Ir cl.i---
A well known politician idi-< I1.:m i d hi-
coachman for ovt.i.turting I.:mu in hbi
carriage., "I had certainly, drunk to:
Such, sir." urged thi Ipoor umin. '-L'.
I was not very druuk. find pt-nl.iu.'i
you know. sometimes get drunk." "I
don't say you were very drunk for a
gentleman," returned his master, "bun
you were exceedingly drunk for a
coachman!"-London Illustrated News.

Wood's Liver Medicine in liquid form
for malaria, chills and fever, regulates
the liver, kidneys and bladder, brings
quick relief to biliousness, sick head-
ache, constipation, r'leasant to tike.
The $1.00 bottle contains 2i times the
quantity of the 50c size. First dose
brings relief. Sold by W. C. Holley &


Special Attention Given to Busi-
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This the AnnualLoss to the Nation, Say Experts
at the Tuberculosis Congress.
According to'Prof. Irving Fisher of Yale,
the "Great White Plague" costs over one
billion dollars a year. He estimates that
consumption kills 138,000 every year in the
United States. This is equal to the deaths
from typhold fever, scarlet fever, diph-
theria, appendicitis, meningitis, diabetes,
smallpox, and cancer all put together. *
Consumption is undoubtedly infectious
and like Pneumonia and Diphtheria is
usually contracted in winter when closed
doors and windows cause impure air. Care-
ful ventilation and the use of a reliable
disinfectant are the best preventatives.
Thg last thing at night pour into the traps
of the closets, wash-basins, sinks, etc., a
little Platt's Chlorides. All suspected
places should be freely sprinkled with a
mixture of 'one (1) part Platt's Chlorides
and ten (10). parts of water. Platt's Chlo-
rides is an odorless, colorless liquid disin-
fectant which destroys foul odors and
disease-germs. Lt is sold everywhere in
full quart bottles, and is prepared only by-
HeMry B. Platt, 42 Cliff St., New York.

Forryvls Seeds M 1
are t ho bes' ncwn mnd
the most reil bl Seeds grown.
'Every packageh-ns behind it the reputation
of a icnme wfhoso business standards are the
highest in the trade.
F.'-rr f19098 Seed Annual %iil be nlaitel FREE
to :k;L ppicanIg. it contains uolwi'ol plate, nuiny
cE2r-' vlrw. and futill dqc, wt i.., prw8s andi direcliolns
f",;~ttn over 1,.,6) v'arif-twdt of Veg~rstawe aadi~
1 ''A..'r Setsds. luwtitb-1, tW alt. $.id rtor it.
U. 14. FERRY & O ;,4., Detroit, Mich.
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Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf




-1- : W. 0C. BARROW. Master.

Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. m.
Friday, 10:00 a. m.

-^: Pensacola..
t. Andrew,
S PanunmaCity,,
'Mobile." :
St. Andrew.
Panama City,

Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 0:00 a. m:
Wednesday, 10:f00 .ulm
Thursday, 6:00 a. i.,
Thursd y, 12:00 uoo.
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
Friday,-.2:0C a ,ro
Friday, 12 m.
Friday, 11:30 p. m.
Friday, 11,30 p. m,

Pensacola to St. Andrew andoMillville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Miiville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola tdo Mbile, $2.50.
rhe abovo rates include meals andberths. J. R. SAUNDEIRS,
H. T. MORRISON, (;>n'l Frcit ht and Pass. Agt. President.


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i Full, Line ,of- Furniture!

Freight Paid on 'All Goods Except "Meal, flour and Feed to Any
'Postoffice on the Bav.





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The 01d FPE[ EER STCRE Bui:es,s

Founded in 1878; and built u by t.e lit-e I M, V\ale,
now Thoraughly Reorgailized under' New Alail:1gten'It'
/ Soliciis the atroinage of Old Pafrons
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new onto's as
well, and giH~Rantees urniformn flir and coLurtkous treatnicut
to: l.

e Pay t
to any ';)


the Frei ght "n all .0i alt'CCliH( t Fli ur, Mral nid
t oflie ouit t>he Bay.

o Operation

Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va, writes:
"I had what doctors call 'prolapse,';and cuicln't
stand straight. I had pain in my. back and
shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse.
Doctors said an operation was needed, but I
couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak-
ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I could walk
around. Can now do my housework and am in
splendid health."
Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence,
especially adapted to cure women's diseases.. It
relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates
irregularities, and is a
safe, pleasant and re- FREE ADVICE
liable remedy for all voursw,. I s-aii.t i, f,.-
ll your symptoms nJ we d'lcnd tte U "
sick women, In sick women. In 'suc- Address: Ladie.sns'Aar is etpare n,.
cessful use for over 70 TheChanartoogaMedi:ineCo..C 1i'a-
years. Try it.

At Every Drug Store in $1.006 ottles.


gr U iavig s

A ~i-"ir Jcr',.
g g, btrwgen fa-
a '('c. ;,,a : 2d l:la injim~tice
1::o p-l~othe I

x i'ca 'w'. ih;en juvt v. a nic e' to
;'~,~' tn- n fmei- .T irnor tic
rc:i1a': ,t:'a ild' z:mt v:aca h..! unif
lie co ':." It i -:': iH the c its -m'
m oa- an; 'i;gso ullnusually NO ii-
0 ,:1 I' o :lt Ol be h)--'t ls to tire mctiqm:

ic v'n1;. h s '
T Y '-


Cornish Humor..,
The mn'.I;l :marji at the LIskeird po-
lice court nit well have excused the
laughter T. hi.'i greeted the remnirk or
a police witness only a short time ago
who said with all seoriousness: "He
was d(ran k, 'your lhouor, a!id couldn't
stand., I told him to go away, and as-"
he wv-oulda't I locked himu up."
'i :' 1.i"Igh liu anotAher court was
na.ili.st i:.e solicitor who severely ask-
e.L. "oP.4, yon present when you beard

:.. i',;. ;)h~~r are not a peCIntflar'
.noi''..-' a .con'anon f Ei'.:g of. the
',-.';'i "". 1:. htt a cerhtitn elol.iqur t
to;u 'ion '-iaor *;.-i'ce r'cetly r -jt ca-
g..i v>!... i intl I co'ur:e of f pro--
Tria'. t', i; .' :. ., C.I: t !I I: 0 1 :a' 1 .!;. m ;-
j(.t (of t lou::i' du.lt .bua hle (1de I ir e
Si:.'i n:!tly, 'it '" "It is tlnim w 1 lil,11 i.r
rf (.o.vtn vwith n linid voice. "-l` 'i.i'
I, r.' lratedJ ;.,i .i'n.


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'Thursday, Nov. 12, 1908.

sr ., lyb T ea, 'r y
;,.anr lated .... 6!4 He No.... . 65
i -A .- 5% gunpowderr.. 40
.t Ibruw t..... 5 Uncol'i Jap.40-60
"ee, Cond miltr, W can
treeln ... 12@20 Unweeti'a. 10
Arbuckle,lb 12- 5 Sweetened ..... 10
%iiner suaM,s 31b 25 BlIking powder
r- cersnoda 10o Royal...... 50
rolhacu, p\i 20R I60 Canmplbell...... 10
Raisi ta Catnned fruit
L,'),don iayers.8B-15 Peaches...' . 1OaQ
'alecia- .... 8 Tomatoes..... S2
S ic ... ... 6j Apples ........ 10
Apples Pers ... ,- 15
-. -"121 Plums ....... I 10

lori: a Syrup .. 0 ned s, 12-
SDniuy I'e-***ace 5 l. o Beef.. . ..
tl eg: -r. 31, Corn.ed Br eef. 1 ?,
Z"iQCF *lb- -IS 1 Chipped Beelocrl -1i
l....r "21'0.- P aeo ... I-r- 2%
~ tt5 Lo.iste r..... j1'@
Hurti er ,t v 'Aalvloll. I11 5
O le ,ll ,a r. ,in e . 1 o . lr. 5
* -at .... -- 15 l r el IT n,, ;A
3e s ----.......
jelly, es .j1 l '..ll ki. .. .. 10
, inm e... 4:), ls',, pi ..l. I
Vggs for dt ... 3 7
S.rk '

SI oar, 2
Star of S'th~h. 2.3e
.at ieal pr 11...5
,,,)ItI petI lIii ..naO
qoi %lijII 41,
1ri ll .
%vC' c tC( jJ~17
31rlt, pr .LI'k ~
* l~.'.ll ........

ii'ou Sides,. .12
FPish. ... . E l1()
5 11 1' Bite 'itI 16-222
I Haillui esumVI 15-211
htep1 -0
I-'r.lslm....... .54.111"
I>.riesd ........2
i~i'k pm- 41......1 0~

iialv wvire Mo.tiM' AMoeS, each- fmasU
NI1,1%ill 1--11)h.- llmI i-1. im'' d 50

i)ilY 5IJ1) S, 2
p.oiiiisV g d .... ZLi. -I")L 411
It-,i llti.. ..... --- 1- 1-001',m15
m4Si 118 l ...... ,), -Fi.i uM'.- aii e -- $1 l ,Il~tIz7

id iy -r Cwut-. .1510 S .1 0 119 S pl -.u 6
. . 2.) BIrimck pr- M.. 1f 3ill
LW Il A. ... 7
I Du lime ir III
,FILU I'1' td iWUT'lS-
kgfj) I es j...... .. 4 N i lCilbts ;It II
Bp~leP.'.-)l) A~~\ I 1 .1 s ... ... I -,I
H.. . i 2 1

III M Itii 611 1- 01 1 AMID I i pt) ~ Ilg 'tit~

18 vu's. - f It, 1511 r kI A . I" m)m$ 2.
t ....- fS jl.I h L'f ! -10 ----.. $- j i(
L~mim l It I 0. .- -05 .S1i, uup .......... .t2,
------mlg 431),5 Ga.,.e, onch .- 4! t5

s h . r. .^ *r .,' u | ,ti l l e l 'l Ihl~ l l ;> L
i .Iil ... ... Ts t . . . .
.,rniot |r IIh.. l'u' pa,,o ... l J. 1
1i ntig. ,n. ..... I M.k.rIl ....m. j<.m-
l.o IMi1 it. l .

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hiil li luui l.-r. M,,/12 niM td . ;l- ,'.'l-)iiJ l)
nl Inltyere d
i-'.1g g g ,,igiil. 2.50 L.attmi, "' nm ... :.t1(
- ,m, i.3(1 Boit -un l' mlm er,
S .1 o, .... .20
Chamois. Maker lb a Magicuia.
.- Clont vr b:!h.l-. lsi'S elihamuls, and
.cryhl,,ui I'1 -'iiine It comes from the
a'tfiiul imts of the Swiss Alps, but
ft' doesn't. It really hills from the
eav\eruor):; (elP-tbs of filnnerles of Pea-
todly. ii New Fnglafid. P:alnody tan-
n-,rs inllike l,;ulHll'ul 4athieirs of sheep
pelts. Tr'e .clm1oii s lunn!;er Is iumagi-
clain of l lit leather trade. T'o Ihis door
he dra\s shle'i:kins from tlhe grent
ranmhhs of .loiitallii or their IoFslhie
'future rlvnitl oni the pinilm of Sireii.
the Ipa iIp:1i< f Arrgrtiina or I 'l' i0 :
".of Au-trlnli;. M iry"s little l:h 'i il.Ilita-
*qCi-'idlii1g us bra%:I S Ow s orsll- orff nl '-air''.r.

T., SorrowV cf It.
if'. .; '!' ('cr.- d the man wh
n-: to i :' un..
', .r;' i tile part,
h' (: ( :-(:" ::,:,l; *':, c;3servation.
S.::I ? cu :i .:!r;is always knov
S 'ti \Ve h:i' frkd onions for supper
i a roier v ,et nest when we hawr
S"':: .ori.' r and ice cream," explain<
She noisy thlnker.-Chicago News.

The Weather.
"- % fl;nk !, ";lz, Is any- rc !ayl-
w"fv i f l..', I"'; i weather?"
.''''" "-'r'rwed Ftarmnr Cordtos
s'l ".os' t)ink of ti! kind ydu don'i
want aid then prophesy it."-Wash
IT tou Star.

iFull of It.
Mrs. C'aterjyi-tn a horf time now
Swe Wfi! do all our heating by alcohol.
Caterby-That's good. All we'll bav6
to do will b to connect your Uncle
)Jake to the furnace and range.-Ll e.

Foolish Quettlon.
'"Why, my boy, did yoh fall In thai
open coal hole?"
"No; course not. I wn In here, an'
they built a pavement over me."-II-
lustrated Bits.

Broke the Charm.
S"Well, you are a gbod little boy. Are
you usually asqulet as this?"
"No fear. but mother's going to give
me a clockwork engine if I don't say.
Anything about your dreadful red
nose!"-London Opinion.

In the Fog.
Towne--So y6fi were in London, eh?
How did you find the weather there?
Browns-I didn't have to find it. It
cane inud hinted me 0t and surround-
ed me hn chuunks.-Philadelpha I'ress.

A L6ndon Jeke.
Wiltr'r (who alls just serv -o'i L)) "o'ks ii onom, ]lyv like rain.
rir Ii:'er.-Yes. i3y Jote. and tastes-
like ii tou;: f;;u- nse suii le 'Cick soup ).
0- 1-. oHr'":) 'Y t'l'r.

Seven Years of Proof.
"I have had seven years of proof that
Dr. Ki.g's N.-w Discovery is the best
medicine to take for coughs and colds
iad for every diasead condition of
thrbat, chost or lun.'s," says "W. V.
HenryP of Panama, Mo. The world h;s
had thirty-cight years of proof that Dr.
Kiiz'-" New Discovery is the best rem-
edy for coughs and colds, la grippe-
;i.t. ma., hay f'ver; bronchitis, hemor-
r'I, *.' of tlhe llng4 and the early stares
of i i, ir-u! .t'-tio Tts timely use always
i)r,.v\nt, li he d-ve'lopmoent of pneumonia
,Sold linle g gnarantec at A. H. Brake's
store 569. and $1 Tr:il bottle free

Didn't Want to Tell.
The late Professor Greone. author of
Grtune's Analysis and the .English
Gr:iunr.i:ir ith bhlch so many have
v. reItled nu their school dclys, was one
of lhQ i;io t genial and fa rly of men.
During the late yedrs~ lIfe he
was professor of matul an.
tronony lu a New -.
There was in one of his me-
what sl.ow witted tho tudious
young nadu, whom we will call Jones.
On a certal occaslon after Jones had
rei-pate' iirearfully the text book state'-
mentrs ahout the effects of the motions
of the earth iind was trylug to reteem-
ber wl:.t came next lu the book the
prof,,rsor Interposed wtth:
'Woere you ever.In the shadow of' the
earth, Mr. Jones'"
Jones (slowly)-No, sir.
Professor-Where do you spend your
nfghts. sir?
oness didn't want to tell.--Univer-
enlist Leandcer,
'rr p I r Oiot, Ui rvor I'OLEDsO-
rank J. Cheelcy makes oath tliat he
is tl.e senior partner o'f the firm of F. J.
Olicney & Ct'. doing. business in thie City
of T'loledo, county ind stile aforeAaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
iiUN I)EI) DOLLARS for each a nd.every
case of Clftarrh that, cannot he cured Iby
he useHi' I all's 0atarrh Cure.
Swuon to.lbefore ime and subscribed in
my F te'sence, (iis 6th day of December,
1., Ia li ,\. w (.;LE. <..s,,
[sEAI.. I INolarv I'ubliic.
Il:til's (.talrl'h Cure in laiken inlerin.,lly
ilnd acts direcllv on tlie l,lo,,d niid 1u1-
"ias surl'fn'ces of Ilie system. S lild I'or
I L. I jiluiil,1 f'ie.
T kle .-iall's -'iiinilv P'illsi for eOntslt ipa-



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Caye Fcr a Queen Bee.
'!'.en a -'ee!l beIje becomes unpro
0 d(l'tie t: r :' .:'i od( ag,, it Is necessary
for the :ce ; 'i'r to :'II) ly the colony
y f !re~W- v. irI,; a rw queen. This he
SlIoe: 1 'the follow lan manner: The old
queen is reunoveKd from the hive and
Sthe bees are left alone for about twelve
e hours or longer, during which time
they find out that they are queenless.
The new queen is then put Into'a cage
made of wood and wire cloth, with an
opening through one end, This open-
e ing Is filled tight wili d t mixture of
honey and stugir. The (cage thus pre-
Sp:Ircd s la.! nA!'n the tiops of the
A frames In the hive. T'he bees sc'm) dis-
cover (he pw qu in in the cage and
set to work ipton the honevyrd sugar
in the ll.-e t'e(s i'.'ognizev friends and
strangers bIy tlhiir -i 0il.e of snie.eli, and
a strange mquen e::teriug a hive would
be very prickly killed by the bees. By
Sth time the queen Is liberated from
the cage shie hig acqufred the scent of
the hive an las therefore no hto-ager a
stranger.- London Globe.

Eccentric Editions of Books.
Mr. George Somes Layard in a book
entitled "Suppressed Plates. Wood En-
gravings, Etc.." writes of the ridicu-
lous Ipeple who' value such books as
the lfrst issue of the first edition of
Dickens' "American Notes" Just be-
cause thereals a mistake in the pagi-
natlod, or a first edition of DIsraeli's
"Lothalr" I eatise the prototype of
"Mgr. Cateshy" is divulged by mis-
printflu the unme "Capel." or "Poems
by Robeort Barns." -irst Edinburgh edi-
tion. bo-Iu'lse the I)uke of IIo:l-zorotigh
appears as "the Duke of Boxborough,'"
or parkpr's '"Breeches" Bible of 159-1
I'rr'anse onl the title page of the New
Testament the fligres are transposed
to 1495, or the first edition In \French
of Washington Irving's "Sketch-Book"
because the translator, maltreating the
author's name, has declared the book
to "traduit de J'Anglais de M. Irwin-
Washington," and lu -the dedication
has labeled Sir Walter Scott "barron-
Whi'ere the Joke Lay,
He was an Englishn:an; taking a trip
on a Welsh excursion steamboat and
hi was. watching a group of Welsh col-
liers larkinrg with one another, when
they suddenly seized one of their 'com-
panionu and swung him to and fro.
The victim slirielcd in terror as the
ringleader shouted:
"Now, boys. overboard with q;It!"
So real was the horror of the collier
that the Englishman jumped up and
Interfered successfully. The collier
picked himself up and backed to a safe
seat next the Englishman, who sternly '
reproved himn for uttering such nerve
shattering cries. "
"It was only a joke, and you must
have known it," he said.
The collier wiped hli forehead.
"Iss, I knowed famous it Wass 'a
joke," he retorted, "aun that's why T.did
screech blue muuri-durr. En don't` knw
the boys. surr. The jokie with tii m .
wass to chuck me overloard. Thnb l;
eu kindly forr stoppia' 'ew'"-l'eui-
son's Weekly.

To those afflict ed with kidney and
hladder't.ro:ible, backnoek W, rheumatism,
P.neiiles for the Kiduey briing relief in
the first do(e. Hundreds of people to-
day testify to their -eiimarkable healing
anrl tonic properties. 30 Days' trial
o$ 00. Thoy purify the blood. Sold by Y
W. C Hollev C'C,


A Ten Acre Farm!

Originally Known as the.
Situated and Being a Part of the
Southwest Quarter of Section 34
Township 3 south, Range 14 west,,
It is not far from the, head of
Watson Bayou, and is in sight of
the Prows Farm.
Warrantee Deed.
Inquira of W. A. Emmons,
\ at Buoy Office.

Buckbee's "Full of Life" Northern Grown
pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 8 years of
successful seed growing behind them. It pys to
plant the best.
Seasonable Specialties:-
Earliest Red Valentine $3.o Bushel
Refuge--Extra Early .. 3.25 Bushel
NewSttlngless Green Pod $3.70 Bushel
Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax $4.50 Bushel
Davis New White Wax . $4.75 Bushel
Currie's Rust Proof Wax $4.5 Bushel
Extra Early Alaska . $350 Bushel
New Early Gradus . . $5.5o Bushel
Horsford's Market Garden 3.50 Bushel
Buckbee's Lightning Express $5.oo Bushel
Lettise, Radish, Tomato and a full line of
Seeds, Plants and Bttlbs at lowest growing prices.
Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of
your requirements and will quote prices. P
Buy direct from the grower-Save Money.
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'^1 %


In Real Estate!
TheBuoy Has For Sale
TIhe Southwest Quarter ofl Ith Soun
west Quarter ot Section 1, aniw tlI
S.nth l fall of the Southelent Q a11a1
Itr m tt Sectiohn 2. I'Divshlii1 4 souIt h
Iu>ntig 14 wesi.
Lies About One M e North
east of Millville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place
A' port on of tlis Ifanl hIaI l1een inw
cul'ivation iii times i ast; but is inow
a 'ol hits been lying ii ic for some years,

A Gillt u Bp.a iri, if Taehn
At Once
Alp ly at or Address
THE BUOY St. Andrew, Fla.

Paster Boyd left on the Tarpon,
Wednesday, for Cresent-City where
he expects to hold a series of meet-
ings, he preached a fine sermon here
in the Baptist church last Sunday
M. J. Gray of Cottondale, spent
Monday night in our town, he says
there has been a great deal of sick-
ness in and around Cottondale.
Will Stephens and crew left for
trooket Island Monday morning.
J. D. Forester returned Saturday
evening from carrying the election
returns to Vernon. At the time he
left-Vernon on Friday, he was un-
able to get any complete returns
of the vote in Washington county.
Len. Smith, a former well known
St. Andrws citizen, was an arrival
on the Tarpon, yesterday, for a
week's sojourn in his old home.
Tax Collector W. B. Gainer is
spending a few days in' the Bay
country, looking after and issuing
licenses to parties liable for them,
W. B. Wynne, tax assessor of
Jackson county is spending a week
in St. Andrews, fishing and calling
upon his numerous friends.
Mrs. M. B. Jenks and.son Marion
of Panama City, were visiting in
St. Andrews. Mrs. Jenks has rented
the Annex for the winter, of Mrs.
L. E. Ware, and will entertain her
sister and sephew from Chicago
during the winter. They expect to
come by Dec. 15th to St. Andrews,
J. T. Gwaltney, Jno. R. Thomp-
son and M. Rynearson delegates to
the Gulf Coast Inland Waterways
Association meeting at Columbus,
Ga., Nov. 9 and 10, left Sunday
morning for that city, and may be
expected home tonight.
- Mr. J. N. Forbes and son Charles
of Cromanton, came to St. Andrews,
yesterday, in their elegant launch.
Frank Percival of Parker, made a
pleasant call at the Buoy o'ffie on
Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hughes, occu-
pants of the'Gillespie house on Lc-
raine Ave., leave today, for a visit
with friends in Ala,
H. D. Coffmanr arid wife of Morri-
son, Iowa arrived on the Tarpon,
yesterday. Mr: C.; s a cousin of J.
D. Coffman of Old town al' his
relatives will visit with him, pe.-
haps for the winter.

Mind Your'Busriesl
If yo don't nobody will. It is your
)iusins to ker p out of all the t'-tcitbl
you can and will keep out"of liver and
howel trouble if you lake Dr Kiog's
New Life Pills. They keep bi:i tsn.-sB,
malaria -and jaundice out of your' sa-
ten. 25e at A, H.. Brake's store.

Confusing English.
"I se" one of our battleships reported
fast In the mund."
1"1 was just thinking thba a ship fast
in the mud ought to be a'record break-
er on the open sea."-Plck-Me-Up.



Dangerous coughs. Extremely
perilous coughs. Coughs that
rasp and tear the throat and
lungs. Coughs that shake the
whole body. You need a regu-
lar medicine, a doctor's medi-
cine, for such a cough.' Ask
your doctor about Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral.

I publish our formula.
VWe banih alcohol
I ^m orn our medlol n
Ae-iiirWeugyou to
A 1ec onsult your
Any good doctor will tell you that a medi-
cine like Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cannot
do its best work if the bowels are con-
stipated. Ask your doctor If he knows
anything better than Ayer's Pills for cor-
recting this sluggishness of the liver.
-I-ade by the 3, r. AveIr. O.. Inwoll. Mass.--

A Mercenary Boy.
"When 1 was a boy." said the unit
who insisted that men were tmo)re ie1 .
cenary t' ll wo:i'; .I. "i h.id a lItti.
friend nanmed \Willh(. V,W :1ie pfim-t'r
one day with 1 ntfi," ):'>h.
SI'l giV ie Vyou this aP1let. hie said t
t. litle girl.; fo, tiwe-nty k i, :.'
"The llitei glif wa una .:I:'. T'!,
was not ait al!, like \1illk. N\ve:i: .
less she co slieit; d. ; l.
"'Shut .rim:r :',. -::li'd i';il;,. ".
down hu re ui;:n h!5 .d I ;,;:r ('-,:; Aih;
iuind yotu, if' co.:. ; -f':, the I)!;
g:in is off.'
"T lo it guut ,f. ;iul !.:" owl.
vevry slowly. lthe' ; ; beg n t:.; f .:I
upoen lIc1i' lI;. ine twi, IL t, i~: r (
long pia1,nse. Ji'V i s (:::iii'r lon,.
pa:lise. seven ptniser., (Iegt, uliUe'. t.
(intolerable p:it.sei.
'Oh, W illie. hu:-;'y!'
"' *I'm not V.\il:.'
"The little girl owenc:] hpr e1'e i.
astouistihmout ald d"(>w btclk !her l):'e
mouth front the andvaacil:. lip:; of .
strange boy, a very co!iIuioan. ;shabl)
sort of boy, whom sho had never sete.
"'Why. where's Willie'' she cried.
'Ho's down the street.' wias the re
ply, 'sellln' yer kisses for two a;ipple
apiece.' Better shut yer eyes ;I.,iLI
The next three boys is terrible u.ly."
-St. Louis Republic.

She (on the Atlantic liner)-Did you
observe the great appetite of that stout
man at dinner? He-Yes. He must
be what they cell a stowawayr.-Lon-
dgn Telegraph.
Bres Laxative Cough Syrup alwrin'y
brings quick relief to coubs, ('codls
hoarseness, whooping cough and all
bronchial and throat trouble. Mother,
especially recommend it as it Is pl)la;-
ant to tike. It is gently laxative.
Should be in every home. lGuarante6d.
Srld by W. C. Holley & Co.
The Moderri Child..
Little Girl of Four (standing en-
tranced before the window of a toy-
shopl))-Oh; mother, if you was my lit-
tle girl, wouldn't I take you In and
5buy ye-t so;ie of Iliese lovely tilngs!-
I.on;donn T;tlr.
Her Prcflernce.
"I wn::t to ixn'e a gift to i)Mi Pas
isa." said Dunmley. "I wonder whn;
sort of animal se'd lprterr fo(r a ipet'?'
"A man." promptly s:l.l**e-.ted Mis
Knox.--Pl'hu.'!,': ia I're.is.
The only*real tl1i-g is to itudv ho'i
to rid fife of lamncniation and corn
plaint.--Epclk etua.

F*xAiS-' r*
SSc .. t.3;-- -.e'l' aack and ship you t0is rocker
S '' :y :. a t areLtal stores for $750 Bosto ttIther
S ,'', i.-- -. b c "-".,t'i l'renich r'ffie at top. Madc of oak,
7 I f :I1"'- '' t ,'-ea anu l:ahly polished. Mahogany finish if
'- i d,' : *ia. n " = dS of ro money by buying, direct
~El~ii-s.t ^: *^'* I w .. V: -' -i t h.i'. iuinler in k Lt S, lr maeS nothina g
Par;.r .-- 1 ,... -s.. a so s t' r :,et !ere in i:e South to you at
ti. r i'.,' i -; '-, .; ." -- i g i u iCavy f n<-l ht c' ar, s and retailers'
'. -- ".' t" ' ce at'Sog S VC over 2o0 different
7 '",! : t :'.. -I?".- '. .-, ".i' t or 7" -rlo r, uli r g roonti; kitchen, porch,
.-. -,'cmre -a a' lz=s a'd m s;ic-les-tll t lowest bar-
i .']' -. 1 ~. ery chair gnarantecrd r /d r ,... + *)r 3 * .1 r'your, 1muicey REk. :You 1: : ,o risk what
\_ --. ",',* ,. .. Mail postal to-day for Cataioguc and special
L ' 'tiri :mas List. Means dollars in your pocket.


The Leading Drug Store
OF ST. ANnRn.35WS.

Knowing drug ivalkes, is of course, the most important
feature of our business but it has not taken all of our time to know
drug values. We know the value on TOILET SPECIALIIES. We
-know how to select and buy the very finest that are-made.
Test the Fragrance of Our -


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They are unsurpassed in permanency
.an ddeltcacy of odor. WVe keep a com-
plete assortment of the most delicate
domestic and imported perfumes and
Toilet Waters throughotout r entire 'n-d i
Toilet Goods Departme n '
The mIost fas.Lidutim taste is pliasced.
We hLave a consinmnont of Toilet Soaps, IToilet Spong-e and Sponges for the
Bath that come neror to perfect-i.n than ,n.y we oversaw. Toilet SoapS freu
from impurities ore not to be found everywhere. We have them. If you want
anything in this line. here is the place to get it.
TOILLET POWDERS-The attention of all ladies who c re to hay.eand re
tain a;boautiful comple-xion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to our line
of delicate powder.A antlcoohioxipone be-autifiers. Project the open pores of thle
skin from dirt, wind and dust by thQ use sf these aids to charm. No wm an's
orilet is complete without a dust of faintly scented powder over the neck and
f.:ce. Tooth Powders, Pastes. Washes, Cosnetics and Rogues of every descrip-
t'on. Tooth Brushes, 1Hair B,-ushe's, Combs. Manicure ets, and all the little
toilet requlsites so essential tooanfrort, health nnd beauty ai to be found here
ino endles:svarri.l v. f< 5tll.. l ?/SER 0 0QD S. I" -
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I)aritmet our .,tookii onl.0Ite.. ..s Our goods
Our goods are the best m:nkti:s and will not disappoint yoe.
We Sell all PATE NT M3ZlIOCINES in demand
SA. J H. JANSENIUS, St." Andrews, Fla.

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All Wood-working Machinery, all kinds of Saws, Belt.ing .andMill
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-e -adel' Dranmatio Failures. Newton's Light Theory.
It wu not until 1856, when Charles Sir Isaac Newtou earned worldwide
Reaie was forty-two, that he obtained fame by showing that gravitation, pre-
reputation as a novelist, a reputation liously recognized ouly at the surface
to which he did not aspire, for It was of the earth, is operative throughout
Shll ambition to be a drenatist. From the universe wherever there Is matter.
the beginning of.hle career until the In another field of physics he was far
blat year of hil life he wrote play aft- less happy. ls brilliant success in
or play, every one of them a failure experimental oplics clime to be quall-
andLhe.alone refusing to belleva t. He fled, though not luvalidatcd, by a
_ attributed their want of success to ev- faulty Interpretation of the facts. He
uy cause but the right one, and he gave hl~ name and powerful authority
WLt on squandering the money gained i to the corpuscular tbcory of light. In
from his more successful novels on Sir Isaac's view, the phe:'omunon of
lhe production of bad plays. "The uc- luminosity Is prodtieoil by co--pulscls-
tor are sufferr -sir," he would say, exceedingly uil:;ute particles of intl:lter
"who have defiled my composition, -which are pro.ectcd co:ntinuiusity
mixed ditch water with my cham- from the sun, i'*.s an 1 n:l llther lii':li-
pagne, murdered "my work," and be nous bullet. ht hit corpi'lsc-ls taiik.l
.would pour out maledictions on the to elucidate til the nipoi'a nces. ai.l
* is of all who had anything to do Sir Isaac's theory w;as cnally deposed
Swiththe unfortunate piece, from scen- by an explanation which r'efe'rr d liigit
io artist to super, never conceiving to undulatorq vibrationts :i the ether.
that he himself was the sole culprit. It would be some comfort for the dis-
Apd yet, as his novels show, he had coverer of universal gra:vit:lio:i, were
4rematec ablllty of a high order and he living now, to reaiiti: that the mtod-
Scould produce the most thrilling ef- ern physicist is daily deali;g with cor-
feets and situations. He wrote two or puscles flung oi T froen r:m:tter at spl;eds
three dramas In collaboration with fairly comparable with that of life it-
Tom Taylor and Dion-Bodcleault that- self.
had'a brief success, but apart from
these he never wrote a play that met Couldn't Help t.
with the slightest degree of popular A young ldy i .l; the flo' winrc
fvor. story of an English:lan she uect dur-
F~lg te e ng a trip to Mexico:
.ooling te Dbeans. The IitelIs'l::,:in l c-a;-:e ecqu.:Inted
A Tanke of the quaint old time type w the AEn'er::lc.n it '-a rt., while they
Wa" preparing to bestow a coat of waththe A uers:t it ly v.ier hole
4-hitewash on his henhouse one spring were all guests at a winner l(tel
'b.atewsoh on his henhouse one spring Whenever the parents l f the American
ag o th e hadsh, a writer in the mix- girl proposed any trip tri hep Ih E liuln:
.hr of the whitewash, a writer in the immediately l v,.ttl lt Ibe nlntle o.ni
Manchester Union says, and, looking of the rty I rns to he i lum le o
round for something on which to tryof the party. He wai to e in i
nrrsn fo smething on which to try in a m1ooaligh!t trio to fl UI';lr'?,r Ici:;r i
., picked up a bean pole and ran the. tan. After th A'uc'in-ans were m:'::d
brisb over It. Another local character, to start they had( to delaysomn e frften
S who was driving by, stopped his horse minutes iawaitlng their guest's nr-
and called out: "Eello! What ye white- rival. When be did arrivee hl ece-
washing your bean poles for?" trifd them by his cotnm-nts on the
.. 'Thought everybody knew that beaus reason for his delay. Vh'!:ht ie said
grow better on birch poles," returned was:
the other without pausing in his work. I beg pardon for my v Ioltly tardi
,".-.Tidon't expect to make birch poles ness. Couldn't help It. (1,n''h,"rkuow
hat way, do ye?' I had to bring my mother rr;,n Ilh"
"Mebbe not, but whitening of 'em '1U gardens first. It's a sinlrn':r horrid
make the beans think the poles are bore, but one has to be klud "to is
brth anyhow" mother, don'chlrknow!"

Origin of COemteries. Conflicting.
In amcien times burials were always "There Is safety in numbers." quoted
oetslde the walls of a city or town. the wise guy
dpeed, before the time of Christianity "And yet we are told that too many
wa not lawful to bury the dead cooks spoil the broth," added the sim-
wthin the limits. About the end of ple mug.--htladelphla Record.
the sixth century St. Augustine obtain-
ed of King Ethelbert a temple of idols The brave man may fall, but he
-uned by'the king before his conver- cannot yield.-Irish Proverb.
--and made a burying place of It. ands cracked and huisd from
id St. ctithbert afterward obtained husking, skin dieaae, tn, fieckli rm,
r*a..L n the pope (A.- D. 752) to have outs rellivod at oncu witl Pineiealvc
ard made to the churches suitable Carbolized (acts like a poultice draw,.
io tt* burial of the dead. out inflammation. Price 25c Sold by
.. CW.C. HolleC& i,.
The Little Ones. *
S t'was a'brigbt and very original lit-
Sboy nazmoed Barber. whb. upon bear- M D1: I FRENCH FEMALE
his father peak of "their neighbor. | A, M ua P | L L 8,
S. l d,,,Voo and his oblldron. the jlttfe AnA. CU.mr iLu or PriaMA.., rsm.nTO.
S..: tta and uf another neitgibor. I1EI lNOW8 Stt. safre I|sre er ,, Isi.It
r.; Stone and the lttle pebbr"e re | s re wa or n Ren r *hd. S |p)
oe. 're for StO0 perbox .W M end iem on trial, to be paid for
When relleye4 sampim Free. If your druis~jt dowe not
s liaed: ."I Slppose If thr.v Ut papna i~e herm ln saeourorlerd.olo l
thy would Ray: 'Good,1 nlonlnr. Mr'. UNITEDM AicArL CO.,w oax W4MAt O. PA.
111iiAl. How are all the little shbav
, Soid in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mltcheli
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'T dbi bd'r3.

i.ie t e Sa gem e .h yoi itin tV
k ,ip i' theh ",fore -'r
et* tM it, ar d every move-
S ir t irsu e ii rs ,ontrolled by the TRADE: MARKS
a' .ir of thf .forearm. TLie power DESlaNS
turn tihe wrist. to' nd fro at the el- CoPYRIGrHTS A.
w Lj t edonl by human jl sndimfSdmeh and detgiorl Fwe
i .int i\possessed only by human a scertn our opinion free bet
~Ipe and mokleys, and even the nation is probably ltetabla Commn a
'..,, ietrletl] ooniddentIl. Haudbook on Pat"t '"
-. M gher apes are not able to do the trick lnt r et Oldea yor ecuringpatient
r can. Patenta taken trOuh l arm Co. reo li
Pearly as wel as 1e can. In this IP noted. without care, in the
movement the great bikeip muscle $ciguft l Rmtrl an
b.tthe upper arm is importantly con W d J11I I I
ritald Its powerful action it tinnitg IA andsomely illustrated weekly Lirgeiet
nilatiou of auy silent flo Journal. Terms. 3
. Toro4rilrn outward being aCCountat- -eart fuur months. L 8old ball newsdealers.
be for the fact that we are able to MUNN & C0.6B8roadway, NeW YOrk
put so much more strength Into a twist aiob Office. bF V t.. Wasmbinunn n. ..
in that direction 'than the opposite
Way. Many of our most Zamlliar tools fiTe i P.r F 0R T '
b deed. such' Rs te screwdriver, are
made with reference to the anatomical UN, Li,. \. iM
seculiarlty In question. It is for this
reason and no 9ther that all screws T c 7rcst StVte Paper
tlrn to the right. r i.'l' jn. '.lNI.\u '. r- uM N'rnl
Thr t. iSln!l -. V.v fix Mui lLWs. 3 00
STvcelvc Months, 5t.00
Reed and 'trout The Semi-Weekly Tmes.Union and
Thomas B. Reed served Jn the navy Te Sy i nd
4urlig the civil war, and in 18(15 he The farmer .and Fruit Grower,
returned to Portlaild to practice law. the Friday Lasu4 of the eml-Weekly. de-
n of te trogt en at theot to Agricultural and Citrus Frults. Live
One of the strougeot men at the Port- so~.etc. The twopapers for $1.00peryear
lnd bar at the time was A. A. Strout Mail us your subsoription.
Before beg!nu!ng the trial of a suit it FlirldaiTlm8-Unlo0,Jackso0lill, Fla,
was Strout's habit to Inquire of every ,__
jtror as to the state of his health and .
Imnpeas each with the Idea that the f f4 ",. .' ', r ,
lawyer was eolicitous of that Juror's IS Tli GLAf NEWL ^JL. YOU
personal welfare. Reed aud Strout wonder why the Earth moves, wri to e a taor kr
were -contantly antagouiilng each de ioi it t shows the true motions of ititer. Aieurcs:
wFiIU conRy anL-AUD. Statio A. LOS ANGELES. Calltoralh
other, though they were very good *
friends. 'In nearly every case of im.- "'--'"- -- ---'
portance 4rtrout and Reed were on op- Ftay and Fortunes.
palte aides. It wnas annoylug indeed Two women who wlshed to make an
lo the suave Strout t6 hear Reed appolituieut with a fortune teller who
Clrwt tk t before the opening of a was pronounced "'Just splendId" ,by
---- -. .. ,. .everybody who had patrouN.ed her
"Wel, your honor, Brother Strout were advised by the seer to come on
l having finished his morning tnsk of F'riday.
shaking bands with the jury. we may ) "That is. if you tire not supersttitous
now. I hpe, pirxeed with the busl- about Friday," she said. "Most people
ame of the court" are. They regi:rd Friday ts such at
onHrm- unlucky day that they won'l.even have
Won tier a Diad'em. ,their fortune told them for fear they
.r 90A 111- jhe.French come uito Seli- will bear something unlucky. That Is
i A ioilih did it. At a festive eu- why I advised sou to come on that
S 10ttatlinent held at a French court day. I will have plenty of tile and
S..streN countess of Savoy and wife won't have to put your cases through
if hafdes of Anjou, the brother of with such a rsh.-"-St. Louis li'pub-
Lals IX. of France, was removed lie
from the superior range of seats oc-
gulad by her two younger sisters, An Equinox.
S.\|. use Fret ance and the queen of Tonmmy-Pa, what is an equinox?
.O1atnT Martlfled'y the humiliation. Pa--Why.-er--it is-aheml Fior good-
.e -turned to her apartments and Ress sake, Tommy, don't you know
S :b. tI ito tears. Upon learning the anything about mythology at all? An
kase of her chagrin and her saying equinox was a fabled animal, half
t she eawould be able to give up her horse, half cow. Its name is derived
lt toe-teasr her treeses for one hour from the words 'equine' and 'ox.' It
beiathi a dladelp Charles embraced does seem as If these public schools
r affectionately and sald% "Set your don't teach children anything now-
sart at t, countess for before long adaysl"
I w aske, you a greater queen than
*Rbr of your siaterk 8go he prom- A Keen Observer.
ed 6ef. Be defeated Manfred, the "Who was that fool'you bowed to?"
b t to the Norman kings, and caused "My husband." .
.- ~oa the great-grandson of the "Oh, I-er-I-humbly apologize. I*-
lfre ]Prederick, to be mercBlesly "Never mind. I'm not angry. But
Ia 'tf il he hmnlf and Beatlrce witness- what a keen observer you arer!"-
6' I e eene. Upon the death of bis London Scraps.
tether Charles became king of Na-
l. 1O"I't I l flfilling the'cherished de- Bitter Revenge.
htr bl .wife for a tladem. Tommy Fig--Sister's beau kicked
o of 'character Is one bright my dog yesterday, but I got even with
S0MI whiacha every youngper- ri thin, you bet. Johnny Brtggs-How?
iapple ,wvheh every young per- Tomnmy Figg--I mixed lniniue with
eo hod.ald:'itrie in the beginning to Tom f l u xed ula e wt
plakdi frm the tree of life. her face powder.-lndianapolis Jour-


U. S. Laud Office'at Gainesville, Fla,
Oct. 25, 1908.
Notice is liveil,' |gien that Mollie A.
Wnlrii of Weeit Bity, Fluiida, who, Oi
Ouct her I 1, 1903, iiAde Homnesteaid aiqry,
No. 3 .8, [.Serinl No. 1i773] for the ,a of
iI .4' 1iiI] ei of sw ^i O'" dteciion 13, town-l
shiil 2 sucth. range ll; west, T-lliiah -ce
Meridian, hita tiled inufice it' inteniij n to
make tinarl fiVve ear pioof, .Io es aiilihb
cliin i to tlir laid above ue riiibed, il-tre
hl Jiidge of the Counly Court It Vernon,
Flu ii1i, onl ihe 5.hb dlry o01 Deeriibcr,
Cl: man nii ii vIIIini as wilni:ASse: I). J.
\ iiin, Hilleary Vinion, 1W. A. Lee
PI'le uli Warren. nil W'stl 13.iy, PlIa.
HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
gSI"Editur's fee paid.

October 17,1908. )
Notice is hereby given that Charley
Porter of Murfee, Florida, who on No-
vemlber 12, 1903 anlale loanmestead Entry
No. 3311", (Serial No. 0738) for ni nwi
of aectien 14, and tlie n of the nef of
section 15, township 2s, range 15w. 'Tal-
ialaRsee NMeridi in, has filed notice of in-
tention to make final five-vear proof to
establish claim to the land above describ-
ed before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vcrnon, Florida, on the 28th day of
November, 190S,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Rozzie Miurfee, J G Murfee, NI S Mut-
fee of Muifen, and D J Vinson, of West-
b .y Florida.
Hicrnv S. CHUBB. Register.
I~EEditor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
October 17, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that Iozzie
Murfeof Murfee, 'Florida, who oil No-
vembler 11 1903, made Homestead Ent-'y
No. 33125 (Sarial No 0J394 for the e%2
of se-. and e, ot ne4 or lots 1,8, 9
and 15 of section 21, township 2s, range
15 west, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final five-
year proof to establish elaim to the land
aitove described, before the clerk of the
circuit .oaurt at Verlnon, Fiorida, otn the
28th day of Novewber, 1908.
Cl ailiaiil iiinlt iel ns wit esses:
C .1 I'oller, anid J G Murle of Murfoe
.,d Iil J Vin-on anid H II fVlionil of W,-st-
I,.i, Florida.
HKNRa S. CaHLsa, Register.
E'illtoir's fee paid.
S Land Office at G inesville, Fla.
Oct hor 10, 19) 1. 3.
Notice is hereby given that Charles T.
Iorter, of Bluniiett, Fin., who. on January
15, 19,!00, made H-mesilead Etiiry No.
29523,(Serial No. 0433,) for, ni of .wY4,
eil of nw.,'i and swi t of li'4. section 24,
lrwaisllip Is, rang.,l 14w, Tllahassee Me-
riIlnal u, has filed nolicr of ilfntention to
make final commnltta ioi, proof o tent;llisl
ciniti to lle land ,dluve descri'i.lld. before
thj clerk of Ihe circuit co at Vuct llat r
r'n., oil the 20th dii of Noveiiiler, 1908.
Clailniint, in ies as williesses:-V. A.
I'inickney, J. l, Porter, J. B. BUrwn J. L.
.iiuliburii, ali of Beinn lt, Flan.
HNoRY S. CUmi Us, Register.
"kilEdilor's feV Dpaii.
-t D*UittU'dntWT!'Or.'Tfli 1wtx _'.
L.Luid Uffioe at Uninieville, Fla.)
October 10, 190I )
Notice is hereby gven that Jowun B.
irruiii, or Hentnett, Floriaa, w:u, o0 Fab-
iuairv 2.5. 1901, mado home-atid citry No.
.3i6it(;, (Serial, No. 0432) for ec oit afs i nd
,l'. sem of 'erlNoii 18amnd aii or' nei otf
-'IliOi 1]9. towli'illip I iwu tHi, rtinge. 13
eiClt, 'I'allah.,iBs o Alcildi.ti1, h.s filed Io-
ii, e .- inlteitioni to imake ninal com-
iid .Uii onl pliilL tI) e tlnll -li li lisis lail to
lie laind ill teoC des:iihedl Iellte the clerk
-*I til,' Iiri'llit iil. i' t l Veriioi, -V-lordi
,ai rli. 20ii di ),y of Nove ln i-r, i.t 0n.
CIiaiii.-i.: ii iuii'cs as witnesw. : : J. M.
I'," -r-, W A' 1 iicknieyv.J. ,. Mlashbui ni
d C. I'i, l er, i11 of B -IIIIL F!orida.
11 :ry ..i. (-'i 1 U Iu, icgister.
Lt ','.,ll ^ln.'I i,.e pai l.
.1Cl ILcE tUfi Pl'BLIL'A 1i),\.
I)arl.ALiTMI i OF THE Il\ L..1i,, .
I..,iid llto i r i2lls I;,tip 1 il lu, [ rnl, .
Oi elih r 1i, '190 fi
.yen' ; .is luh.io e l, ivelr lhl l1 J.o eph iM.
'ireit .r., ot l t Hle ll. t .Flo idla, wlo, on
1.2 m iiF i 15, 191i. o v n i:lh r .ii .d, enti9
'",,. -"> l,' ..> i .il N --. 0431 1, l,r ise of
i rlt i- clini "3,s aid si utlf ia nL l nd I. of
swt of section. 241, ownship 1 south. ranFle
1 wet, T\'i lllitassee eridt an, as filed
Notice a intention I ake fiiat Jl fie-
yenr Lpiroof, to establish {claini to the laind
above described, I efure lthe clerk oi the
circuit -ourt. aitVa-iion, Foridia, on tlhe
oli, h day of November, 1908.
Oaiu ianit imesiasii withefss: C. ST ai or-
ter, J. asto- M hurin, J. 1B. blown and
W, A Pinecney. nil of r B netir Florid lt
ITIdu, US. sid B,en e Rgister.

rodetui fud ilcoril to law, ta deed
"'"Edilur's foe oaid.

Ot Ap plicatiin for Tax Delid.
Notice : thereon given the hat J. of No-
)runissond, poffchialer of Tax Certificate
No.(5, d i th d the 4th day of June, A. D..
and ehas made application for tax'deed to

issue iCe aoidaceirc with law. Said c-r
ate e embraces thle following d, scribed
property ituiated In Washington county,
F lor.da, to-wit: Lots 13 and 15.bluck I.,

Odale, Unless s8-id ce.tificate slhall be
redeemed aiccor.iing to law, tax deed

Witfiess my official signature and seal
[L. s ] this the 7lh day of Optober, A D
1908. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Courl,
Was-hinglon County, Florida,

Of Application, lor Tax Deed.
Nolice is hleroby given Iliat J. H.
)runinond. pirclinser of Tax Certificates
No. 15, dated tli. 51th day ofJuie, A, u.
19.05, litas fikdsd sai certificate in iy office,
aid has made application for tax deed to
isuc in accordance with law.Said certifi-
cale emniraces the following descril.ed
piroperiysituated ini Wasliington county,
Florida, ta-wit: Lot 2, hllk 31 swYi sec. 3
p. 3s, r. 15w. 'The said land being as-e-s-
t l .l- Ihe date of the issuai.ce of such cer-
ifii ite in the name ofUnkuown. Unless
aid cerlificate shall lie redeemed accoird-
i._l to Iaw. tax deed will issue tlieroni oil
htr 121h day f Niietml b-. r,- A. D. 1-08.
\itlneps my official signature and eal
[L s.j this the 7th day of Octoberl.
A. 1908,. W. C LOOKEY,
Clerk Circui l ourt,
Washington County, Florida.

One Gecret.
Liv.*-o'r-f-l must know the whole
,;!,h before I can successfully defend
:,'I. tInar you told me everything
?risoner:-Etcept where I hid the mon-
ey. I want that for myself.

Henry and

The "Bum B."
By Arthur Brindamour.

Copyrighted. 1907. by E. C. Parcells.

IIoward Dighton stopped at the ste-
nographer's desk, and Henry ground his
teeth together savagely. He knew very
well that he could never holi to marry
I'hoebe Clilders. for she had made
this quite clear when, under the first
impulse of his boyish love, lie had
written her a fervid declaration of his
Intention to marry her when he should
have grown up. Thereafter it was a
hopeless passion that he nursed, but
his grief was not assuaged at the spec-
tacle of Dighlton Ihteding over his
deak. for the lad shrewdly noticed that
she did not draw away from the chief
cle"k as she did v11en the junior
partner cale to her desk, as -he so
often did.
Time had teen when Dighton was
Henry's boyish hero. It was he who
had trained the lad to office ways. and
until they two became rivals for Miss
Childers' love Dighlton had been Ilen-
ry's favorite. But with the coming uf
the pretty typewriter to the office all
this had been changed.
As Dighton stepped away from the
desk Heury slid up to Miss Chllders'
chair with a remark conjured up on
the spur of the moment, just to show
Dighton that he, too, could lean over
Miss Childers' desk until the fair hair
almost brushed his cheek. Then he
went back to his desk, but not before
Dighton had called him to his side and
had sharply ordered him to stop wan-
dering about the office.
"Ill get square with you," muttered
Henry as he went slowly to his seat,
and even Phoebe's bright smile as he
again passed her desk did not ease the
hurt to his pride. He stood well with
Miss Childers. but It was within Digh-
ton's province to "call him" before her,
and the man had an absurd and inu-
reasouing jealousy of the boy. Digh-
ton bad not yet gained the assurance
to put his fate to the test, and the air
of easy famillarity with which Henry
copied his exuct attitude was not to be
borne by a somewhat fiery and love
tried temper.
Henry was still meditating the par-
ticular form of torture to which he
would like to see Dighton submitted
when the two active partners, Evans
and Sutton, came out of the private of-
fice. Klucald, the silent partner, was
with them, and their faces were grave
and serious. The senior partner be-
came spokesman.
"The bnlrton-Bridley company has
obtained our bids on the naval Job,"
he sail without preliulnary. "Can you
explnii, Miss Childers, how they come
.to he ii .possession of a typewritten
copy of our bld?" "
"I know nothing of it," said the girl
eveuly. ".'.s soon as the proposal was
made out i returned to Mr. Sutton the
original, while the typewritten copy I
laid o0 0 .31rdesk .to- ;e.ia -,q -.r-,w
Kluca~ I l~ le sharply at the junior
partner. ."That is correct, Mr. But-
ton?" he asked.
"I think so," said Sutton uncertain-
ly.' "I remember 1Miss Chllders giving
me a rough draft of the bid and laying
some Ippc'rs on Mr. Evans' desk. I
was just about to go to lunch, and aft-
er thrusting the draft in the safe I
left. I did notjook to see the Copy on
-Mr. Evans' desk."
KincaCd frowned.
"It is unfortunate for you," he said,
turning to the typewriter, "that -Mr.
Smitton did not examine the copy on
the other dsk. Some one in this of-
flee delivered to the other company all
our figures. They made,their bid a few
thousand lower and got the contract.
The man from whom I obtained my
Information could not tell me by whom
the delivery was made, but the infer-
ence is obvious. You are the only
stenographer employed in this office."
He waved the incriminating docu-
ment toward her, and the current of
air from the electric fan blew It out
of his hand. Henry, who had been
gradually edging chloer to Miss Chit-
ders' delsk, sprang to pick it up. He
rose to his feet slowly, ignoring Kin-
cald's impatient gesture.
"T'tis nin't Miss Childers' writing,"
he declared. "i'lven a kid could see
"You e:uploy a dtctive upon your
staff?" asked iinieail of Evans. with a

salrasti smile. Heury flushed.
"I'm only a kid," he retorted, "but I.
got sense. This was written on Mr.
Sutton's machine."
Sutton flushed. He had been a clerk
for Evans before a un expected legacy
had permitted him to buy into the firm.
He still used the typewriter occasion-
"Don't you see that bum B?" de-
manded Henry. "That's on Mr. Sut-
toa'u maebine. the R key fell off
about a month ago. and they sent a
ham over to fix It. He didn't know
as much about the Job as I do, and he
left it crooked. Get Miss Childers to
write something on her machine."
The girl grasped the Idea and rapidly
transcribed a few lines from the pa-
per. Kincald examined the two and
nodded approvingly toward Henry.
"You've been reading dime novels
and detective stories to some purpose,"

he said, "though I'm hanged if I ever
saw their use before. Let's see that
machine of yours, Sutton."
He led the way into the private of-
fice, and Henry followed, unchallenged,
though Dighton and Miss Childers re-
mained outside. Sutton uncovered his
machine and wrote a few lines. When
he arose his face was drawn and white.
"It looks bad for me," he said. "The
boy was right about the broken key.
The repair man could not adjust it,
and as I was In a hurry to use the
machine I told him to coie again
when there was more time. This was
a week before the bid was put in."
"You had a copy of the bid," said
Kincaid meaningly. Suttou nodded.
"I stij have the draft," he admitted,
"but I did not make this copy, though
it must have been made on my type-
Kincaid's face grew dark.
"I am sorry about this," he said slow-
ly. "I trusted you, though it has been
apparent for some time that other
firms were getting the best of us on
big contracts. I think, Sutton, that the
partnership had best be dissolved."
"I admit that appearances are against
me," said the junior. "but I did not
give out those or any other figures."
"Sure not," put in Henry.. Kincaid
"How dared you follow us in here?"
he thundered.
"Thought you wanted me," was the
calm response. "Mr. Sutton didn't
copy that stuff. It was a little man
with a nanny goat beard. He came in
to see Mr. Evans while the push were
to lunch. There was only me and him
here, and this fellow comes in, and he
goes in the office and bangs the ma-
chine fpr fair. Then he goes out, and
Mr. Evans chases me over to Graves
& Sitgreaves with the money he got
for margin. One of the kids over there
says Mr. Evans can't play the market
any betterthan he does the ponies."
Kincaid caught Henry by the cqllar
and helped him hurriedly out of the
office. Then he locked the door, and
the three emIployees In the ma;n office
tc.uld hear only the hum of augry
:.:>i.es, tho:ug.h LHerry bud au expl!na
tiun. Probably Kiueaid knew what
:be boy had Iciked up through the
'irelrusonry of office boys. Evans was
lbt ting ou the market and on the races
\ Ith uo success. He had overdrawn
iis share of the profits of the tirm,.
:,-i [il his pressing need of ready mun
',: he had o:Jd information to his part-
je .s' undoing.
It must have been the right explain
lin. for later onu lKliinid ;i lol:'.ed
ro Miss Cbllders fur his snlspicious.
inl the three men left the oiiee.
Phoelbe threw her ar'uls alout Ilen-
-.y's neck and planted Ihalf a do'-en
lii: scs IpoJn the freckled cbeek.
"You have saved my 'relalatiioni aind
,iy hallin ess." she whi-lpe:'. J to the
liimshlug boy us she released hli "l1
-hill never forget it."
ielilny %\ iniued at Dllghtou.
I gue-s th:it's something yon can't
,7.." lite exillied.
I'oir ;iia twer I'P oelle slipped in ari n11
fi itll Li uitilh'.s neck. "iilt 'be Ii:y."
,1,, laigh!id. "for we are to l1- niar:.iled
wo '-u."'
.. aggagj i. But m iitabt.d H ai llM .. ?-
the sam e 'iui glad I knt.'w i1'-otl iihat
hbu B. .1 guesg I'll salt I:.'d i;tlrry
vour dauigh:er whenu she gro.v,\ up."

---------------- '----
A! What Torrmmy Somr-s
*i __ D_ or .is -ather. l

Jim Somcirs Lissed his w\\ie a ld hb
on Tom, aged cie, the apple of his
*'e, aun, suilinig encounra.iung to an
:.;;,,onitio froc his wvite to be care-
.:I-uf ',:hut ucifher kuev,--started
::own -the road.
iHe had walked a mile perhaps when
;uddetnly a frightful shri.ie and cal!
for help came from a wood beside the
road. In a few minutes he was be-
:i.lo the body of a woman who had!
,ust been murdered. IlIs iirst thought,
u-ts that if found he would be accused:
of murder. His wife's words "be
careful" came to him with an especial
meaning. He hurried back into the
road, emerging from the wood just in

time to meet a
on. The man
heard shrieks.

man passing in a wag-
asked him If he hatd
Jim replied "Yes" andt

"No" and looked confused. He. passed
on with his pick and shovel. The man,.
after .Tim had left, searched the wood,
found the body, and an hour latcr Jim
was arrested.
There being no jail at hand, Somers
was taken to the sheriff's house and
put in a loom in the top etory. The
murder created great excitemenct, and
threats were made to lynch the man
araiunt w hom the evi,.tcnce was (s
strong. The sleriffT svore in hbal' a
dozen deputies, armed them and v.aiz
ed a favorable opportunity to run hi:
prisoner to the county jail, ten miie:
distant, but, hearing of preparations t:
take his man from him, de'i.:tcd
Meanwhile Jln remained in a roo;.
fifty feet from the ground, with on*
window and no furniture except :
chair. A nail was driven in over tlhi
lower ra-:h and unrer the ulpper one
lie couil n;at get out of the window
iAnl iherec wa:; not a strip of anythiu I
to make a ropo of to let himself down
The sherlli had little fear of his es
camping. The prisoner w;:n not likel:',
to court being hunted by a lmob.
The day aoterl Jim Som 'cr was s-hut
up he tol 'the sheriff that his live
was troubling hiui and asked for a
Iemon. It was given him. In a close
he found aln old tin box of blacklug.
With the lc iiiop and.the blackhig bto
he determined to make 4n attemript to
escape and hide or leave the country.
Ills first riove was to a:k for pen
andl paIpr lwlil which to write a letter
to his wife. I:is IrtMue.st was tra:'iCl.
but of course his letter was read hy
- the sheriff Lefore sending it. It cou
tainel his protestation of innocence
and some instructions as to eng.:iging
counsel. There was ot:e Fnten, e h11i
wife could iot uudersltind-"'Ta1-e the
candle grea:e out of my 'tro:.-:ers.
Why Jim should be thinking of th,
can'Ule grease -in hi; trout.ers at ticu!:
a time she could not imn gl: e. Th(
sheriff had noticed it, but dild Rit sus
pceet that it meant more than it pur
.ported to express. Mrs. Somer.s could
i t :o k e I ,tljin% r .' f it. \ i i.:.J". -:li
t .0I F *" . e r .-'l I "1.' I I 'tIi'i 1 s 4 i fl'.4
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S: ; 'a .. p r. ',' ,-ol!'.d over hid right
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t; f i' i, .', .: ';I: to it the
F'-;:" of ba fopT. I;i it. i'-i i\ iminmcr,-
"imt e r; \'led. av.a aw l waiied.
,-c ,n.'s. iaJl -0'o end of the ?ord TnA
'.: bt.Td. It 'ild been let down
,;: ;,.ii ;: t -.-. in theli, %wlud )w froldi
hibch a p:;' hi;;.l bei. reinoved by
.TI- s t v h' p:itty wrath an edge of
'.ie lii bl.;;^n.{ hox. As soon, as the
,;'l:i':' fro'n i e!:,w .c ed he+ pulled
and, gettii:n;g the rope. mnd the claw"
Ihri ;ie,', n ,;. **..y reanov< < the nails.
ove:- oer t b.' ,'* "y-, rao.ed, the sash
j.-,' !"'f( a. u 'l-.. 'l ei s-et ueuu sahsh an
,.a;;l;; .o ho':j forer up. Then-
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man. lie was tried. convicted nad
conferrFd. Then Jim .?r:.ers reti'rncd
to hir hom-oe :itn' wai welcom-! penil-
tentlr by his np'clh',ors.
Tom Fomers I the p roudest boy I
his fceool; but, yonng as he Is. !ie can't
divest his min'-d of the irirrow ep"ape
his father hnd from death and gives
thapk'- d.ily that he was IhH means by
which 1'.!t de.tf wR a:vert'-l.
A Fairy Tzle Kingdom. 1
The tliug-lom of Ugannd s a fatry
tale. Yon climb up a hflway Instead
of a lne:' n-:rtlk, and mt the end there is
a w'.r:h-ir.'fl new world. 'The scenery
is C.iffer.t, the vpeetrttlon it s 'ff'eret.
the cliiia>e Is di rFrent, and, most of
all, the people ar(e'diff'er ni from any-
thing elsewhere to be seen to the
whole range of Africa. Instead of the
breezy uplands we enter a tropical
garden. In place of naked painted
sava:gs clashing their spears .and gib-
bering in chorus to( t."ir tribal h!efs
a complete and clabor.:lt p ilry is pie-
sented. Under a C(:y:lstfc king. a par-
liatment and a I'"-' :-ful feudal sys-
tent an nl-ilable, cl thedr polite and I1-
telilgent race dwell together in an or-
ganized monarchy upon the rich do-
main between the Victoria and Albert
:akes. Winston Churchill, M. P., to
Strand Magazine.

A Promise Unfulfilhd. -
O. Henry, the well known story writ-
er, once promised the editor of a mag-
azine that he would deliver a' short
story to him on the following Monday.
Several Mondays passed, but the muse
was refractory, and the story was not
forthcoming. At last the wrathful ed-
itor wrote this note:
My Dear O. Henry-If I do not receive
that storf from you by 12 o'clock today I
am going to put on my heaviest soled
shoes, come down to your house and kick
you downstairs, I always keep my proim-
Whereupon O. Henry sat down and
wrote this characteristic reply:
Dear Sir--, 'too, would keep my prom-
ises if I could fulfill them with my feet.
-Success Magazlue.
A Xantippe Outwitted.
An E=nliishlau of Lyinlugton bad
Sthe inlsfrirtine to live in a contlnuota
quarrel with bi wife, who was a uiod-,--
irn Xaiilippe and threatened in case
-Ihe survived him to dauce over his
grave. It was her lot to outlive him,
but it was- not so easy to carry out
her threat. The husband htd tbe-piy-
cauloun to make an hijunction in his
w\ill r",iuilring his body to be buried in
the se near his residence and without
tcereniony.- The injunction was. coi*
piled with. c.
"No, sir." said the,rtern parent."I
cOunot give my co sent-nt lellt not
now. Before I 1ill thtnk of confiding---
my daughter to your care, you must
succeed In doing something.".
"Oh. I've done that.- 1 uIw e~t ed f'
kissing her last night after 'he hid,an-,
stired me that I never could until yeo
baud given your approval."
Going Eome. .
"It's hi auto guing very rastr?
S"Yo;:r bonor. It was going so 'st"
.,Ait.:-the. bunilldog. on- hbOe...oL w
hlil I;, i;t d Ilt'.e a dichslhuid."--. us-
ton Pust.

!.;'e T:1 te dream of the man awak.
Pito .

Ring's Little Liver Pil- .tan: thliriw-
necs,.si, k iheaduale,r muddy. ,cid-pll--X
itn. i. 1h ) lono Itle livet; d ot tarl'ie.
'ITlhy k el' vou well.-25c. S('R.bv W'.
'. Hrolley & Co.



We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of Ithe north half of the
noitlhe'stl quarter of section 1. town-
hiip 4 south, range 14 west, running ,
from the qccho.il house to Watson'bayou,
;ij(diujing Millvilleso the south. Will be
-dId in arre quarter. or half-acrd lots.
I'he r.ri,-e askeil will be according to
'nca-Rno W A FWMMONp- "i

.\ :iAl' ii F ST'l. AN ilII'W 1- Y----
N0x50 invleh,, emlrcvlly |il.Iled> a ,t .,
-]ai>\ inlg all lie lrivie iiIm ortantr
iiliili.g-is ofI gleat value to any.
,nr ,'mlltmplllaling Ipurchal hg pr '.i', iin i 'wn. It covern about four
iiil s of c" st line, exioldil OHNt.-
NWard from( Dyer's fPiri tto tlnd em-
bracing Old St. Andrews, with cer-
,aa)ponding territory inland.- Price
-tw Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
llhowllig all thi nlr.di d di.i-paed! of iy
tiie Ciuciirnitti C'.i0la llty, ntA. lImt'.IIe
Hairtnron, Parker, Ciniians'n Mid
aRip eni uonaitly. Tlihe pjilt of the
Ilt is 1101ot shAwni. lit by thie aid of .
thi0 map the aplprorxinimae locating of
Any let is e'aiily drtternilled. Pi ce
Fifty Cents, at the Buoy 1 Office.
Eitherimap will be sent by mail to
inv aldl-retss or. receipl
Our Clubbing List.

1ie Il; O M hI p 1nide very iA erai Ietil,.
ii: :irrautgemientit with eite t tlie lery
el piullicatitons ill th e v( ii'ti r naid l'or
Ila p clte it i i Aelid for awhple ycar
lie RiUOY itnd
Ictoi. Fr Iee Prcess (t ice-.t- ee k
ind Yelr Book).................I 'il
'the Flit T. U. & Citizen, .',il61 lor '$ ,
do $eni weeltforlrl 55
Scientific A merl'i',ill ... 3 .0
Farmer an i rllrii <;rnveV 55
F- lorida Agri'ililillist ... 1 55
dc clubsofrt. eich .. 2 *'J
Fa irn .lonrritl, Pliil.ida, niuiiiliy 1 10
N. Y..Worlrd ( rice'a wpek)... .1 75
The Cosmopolitan............ i 75
The Criterion...............;... o1 f.O
For any or eitlti ol lI- abuve piil'lica-
.ions in conltection ilth the HIOY Ad
rdss all ordtr-- to HE1 BUOY,
Qi Aidip,..Fla.

Bn T ;R AMrosgUrantelrf1r you ae
SnPIES e. uppo slIDIUn
SD. Mall. TThompseo .hp't
(raJe. SetoloI, 8ialrUll, Ki. 5., crdlv: I oW r
Ihiy do all oi salaim for ihem." Dr. S,. D we. e
RaV-n Roo,. W. V., wnmi; "Tby give nlevinalamti.-
fslona." Dr. H. D. MaoG Clarklibrg, Tmin.. writs:
aI a prai lIe or 1 3 eaM, I have fuund mO renMdy to
uail your.. Pai.r, 59 5uw SaBmiples Free. Bld
[by :Diogio.t MARTIN iUDY. LANCADTr. PAC

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


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