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 24, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00125
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18. Senator-i-t District. W. H. Milton. Mari-
Sanna: d,.District I. P. Taliaerrd. JacksonvUe. AT ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
i jpresentatives-1st District, S. M. Sparkman
Tampa; 2d District Frank Clark. Lake City; a ear in Advance.
Sd D stLiet. Danitte H., Mays. Monticello. $1.00 a Year in Advance.
Iand Office-Registrar, Shields Warren; Rceiv-
er, H. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
I te-Governor,Albert W. Gilchrist Secretary. Entered Sept, 8, 1902, at St. Andrews,
IV .C.Crawford; Treasurer, W. V. Knott; Attor- Fla., as ecolud.class matter, under
neI- enerTl. Park M. Trammel; Comptroller, Act of Convrreu s or Earch d, 1879.
A, J Croom; Supenntentent 61 Publbec Instruc-
hon, W. M. Holloway; Commissioner of Agri-
culture. D. E. McLin; Chemist, R. E. Rose;
Geologist. E. H.Sellards; Auditor, Ernest Ams | | | A M M
Ajuten-Oneral, J. Clifford R. Foster; Rail- WILLI k AI E M OA l n
dd Corismioners-R.C. Dttnl R. Hudson A nnnTT I 0 S
Burr. N. A. Blitch and S. E. Cobb. clerk.._. PROPRI E' "oR.
te.,Senator-Buell Cook, Chipley. .W
tashington County-Representative. R, L. Mc- ---
r9r ziaPanama City- CduntyJudge I. A
T of r Countyco C Re: Display adv. rates, 50c. per inch
order of Deeds W, Locke ; Shenriff. Q. per month. Position and extra-
Allen. Vernon; Deputy. C. L. Armstrog.rTa .
one tor. w.B. Baine; Trea i er. .B. Tiller, ordinary condition rates subject.
Ceraon: Tax Assessor, 3. Williams. Chipey; to speciaLagreement
uinty Superintendent, B. F. Gainer. Wausau; t .p.it-l.fl e i l ,
V Vrvyor, Tbos. Collins, Vernon; CountyC, "Lo l Drif 5C pr lin first in-
imnisioners, First District. Thomas Boc: ,Sac- "Loil Drift," 5c per line first in-
:od District, S. W. Bush; Third Ditat, I M. section; c per line eac subse-
." Im psl DFourth Distr t, o1. F. Evans; Fifth ., ',. . ..
;' -.. jLO -i *n -- .. uuuen. display locals.o Alk.
ws To-n-Mayor. . Dimond "
is~~~ ws; wa,.kr -THU A

Ms -Dtrre ts. Geo. W. Siirbe. r.
Sorn n .E. Vikedry' Post "s
1 .u*r, 'Mt [R ose.
anama C stmaste~; lts. Ilelle Boothe
I eputy. eri, Ai Hogeboom. .. .
iflle-Poetnilfter ... .. ,... Jtistce o
Sthe Peace, G. M. B. Harfles; Constable, J. H
Varker-Postmaster. P. M. Boutelle; Notar
Public, W. H. Parker.
Calloway-Postmaster. M. N. Carlisle.
S4lnton-Postmaster. Andrew Allan;
West Bay-Postmaster .............
uth lport--,-PostmasLer, R. Barnett.
OaY -Pctmistres Mrs. R. Gay.,, .
Bayhe~d-c.ostmistress, Kinie Newrnat.
tloeic-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
WnLtappoq-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.,
1Murfee-ePdstmaster. James M. Miurfie.,,
Calhodun Cotlnty. Cromanton-Postmaster, Nora
.-. arnm~ile-"Postmaster W. F. Woodford.

BaOutl--Ch1rth Wyming'ave, and Pearl st,
.' Her-a n S.Howard,. ostor;prea chingv-
rsecond sunday. morning and evening; Suu-
'av School every Sunday at 9 t, m.; Prayer
S, ervioe every Thursday evhpn ig at toccoe
Methodist Episcolal-GhnrCh Washington Ave
and Chestnut;St. Sunday Scho90 9:30 a. m.,
S: every Suroay: Rev. F. Wineman, pastor.
.. ebyterian Church comer Loraine Ave. and
S rDrake St. Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. every
Sunday.: oha Sturrock, Supt. J. H. Round-
tree, pastor.
holic--rChiurch udfier Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St.

'Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Commu-
S nicatiorisoi the first
'r and third Saturdays
in each month.
Viasiilng Irother'
I1 E PAI.MER., StoturL&Y

I& lat St.t at Largh, has Juirdlction
A dk oaltx. take arndalt"b '*J"z
r"IneledtteiaOUtz. etc anyIietie In Florida.
p.cial attention given to land coneyances
nd marriage eremuny performed for lawfully
: htinfied 'prtii: UOrtice at thle Buoy Office,
St Andre 4..

fdIclo of Medicine. Graduate oL the University
of Bonn. Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
eases of Women and Children my Specialty.

Aotary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this jurisdiction.
SOffice at Bank ofl t. Andrews.

tlotary Public for State at Large. Office t Storei
; tner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Street.
All Ndtdriitl wdfk dolieited and given prompt
r ticeof tIe Peace, Dist. No. s. Office at resi-
dence-in West End. St. Andrews; but carries
% i seal with him at his business and is prepared
*Ia plyW Jat to instruments. wherever
ound. Attends to official business in is Jt" s-
t atidda Collections a specialty.

tife Febii for the State of F orida at Large.
Office at Parker, Fla. Conveyancing and tay-
tment of. taxes for non-residents, specialties.

f or Sale!
We 6ffer for male a strip from the
oadith side of the north half of the
northwest quarter 6f section 10, town-
S ship 4 1senth range 14 *est, running
tdiri the school house to qatson bayou,
a folnin gMillville on the south. Will be
* Old in acre, quarter, or 'half-acre lots.
The price asked *11 be acdbrdiing to
location. W. A. IMM9NP -

.Curious Baths In Penang.
-. of the many things that strike
Sthe tourist as c-utlous at Penang Is the
pe of 'biths with which the hotels
-iagJ. a Is i n the "raits
lEt tle ii. a British crown colony la
the Malay pniinisul:, deriving its name
from the stralts of Malacca, which
orm the great,trade route between
India aud China. *rom eawh of the
*tirst clOt.-u rooms opens a dark. cement
uInved. diamp smelling little room
which serves as the bath. In it is an
Immense jar of porous brown earth-
S aware about five feet. high, nearly
three- feet in .diameter in the middle
adid but one and a half feet in diame-
ter at the top. It stands huge and
rae' ftd of outline, but dark and unin-
i'tli'g. un4t Ix full Lo the brim with wa-
ter, uot. however, to get Into. Near
It are a supply of soft soap and a long
handled quairt dipper. The proper pro.
Wuedure is to soap the body well, then
throw several dippers of water over
It, repeating the process until satis-
Ped. There Is water enough to keep it
up for au hour or so, and there is a
hug erash towel as large as a sheet
to wrap up in When the bath is over.-
SDetroit News-Trlbdunie.

Wfhy: Women Are Like Tugboats.
S Bifgs--Why are the tugs on the Wis-
consl driver like the co-eds who walk
a up and down State street? Muggs-
And the answer is? Biggs-Some toe
out anid some toe In.-Wisconsin
S ephnr.

bluepencil it isa remiitder that your
-subscription has expired and that two
a; or three extra numbers will be tent
) you that no bronk may obbur should
Y ou choose to renew.

The'South is beginning to awak-
en to the possibilities fori the devel-
opmerit of its resources atid to a re-
alization of the vslue of those re-
sources Tangible testimboiy to the
existence of this desirable -condi-
tion was given ai the recent meet-
ing of the Souther-n Cbmmercial
congress in Atlanta, Ga., when the
congress redratted its organic law,
and systemized its plans for the de-
velopment of the sixteen states in
whose behalf the organization is at
work. The campaign under its di-
rection, has now proceeded far
enough to give both its leaders and
the southern public definite ideas
of its value and effectiveness.
Viewing the South as a whole in
its relation to the radical changes
which will follow the completion of
the Panama canal, it is evident to
anyone who thinks over the matter,
that the South is destined to the
most marvelously rapid develop-
ment of any section of the United
-States, and that the next decade or
decade and.a half will see a shift of
population to the soauih runaing. up.
to the millions. At present It would
be possible to place five million ad-
ditional families in the south, giv-
iilg- t-i each family forty acres, and
yet in no way disturb existrig ag-
ricultural development or crowd
the present population.-Woman'o

National Daily.

Fi iiancia! and Industrial1 c-o di
Doctor Joseph Hyde Pratt, pres"
dent of the Southern Apalachian
Good Roads Association had Good
Roads as thd stibjeet of ,his iddi-esi
before the Southern Conservation
Congress, recently held in Atlanta.
He said, in part:
"Good re6ds mbinii thit, when
triVcl gets suffici nt, farmers will
begin to realize how their place
looks to others." He said, "They.
will commence to paint up their
houses, fix up theii" fences, move
their chicken coops and pig pens to
thb rear of the house instead of in'
front, where many are loctt'd.,
"Good roads meanss miiuch more.
The better class of immigrants Are
going to those counties which are
traversed by good roads. .
"The difference betweenii bad
ana good road, may often deter-
mine the profit on the timber, oi
other product being hailed over it.
"It is almost impossible to de-
crerse the distance in a haul; but it
can be made shorter by good roads,
which,lessen the time and decrease
the cast of the, haul."

The hen that gives 365 eggs a
year is confidently predicted and
she has already performed the seem-
ing miracle of giving eight eggs in
five days, says the Florida Times-
Union. Why not? Like wonders
are familiar as may be realized by
comparing the Alderney or Holstein
cow with their ancestors, or the
production of an acre of grain un-
der intensive cultivation with form-
er records or the fruitage of many
plants now as compared with the
crops of the past-let us conclude
that even the 0hen who gave 500
eggs a year will not be an impossi-
bility ten years from today.
But let us understand that the
hen of the future will not prove a
natural, but an artificial product,

as such she would not be as won- an Itallanw irl is,
Sesesed the durk
derful as the man who habitually people and a go
does things today that woulL have from exposure, "
condemned him to the stake as a were shapely. \I
Sa time, then i
magiciati a few centuries ago. smiled at her. B
So the hen of 500 eggs. capacity spoke to her. for
must be scientifically treated-in a the Italian langu
,her name was I
cold climate an artificial spring was a fishermen
must prevail for her throughout the he returned to th
year. Now this hothouse hen is But the 'nest
down again ove
possible in other states, but her though he knew
cost would make her a thing of with edged. tooli
lu-xu'rvy--as-an elernent in the pro- lown he ylelded..-
vision -of foo d for te-average man dwt abgan "'n
she must belong to Florida. Here with a s l).,
we peed not build hpa- palace e.rt- ery m $

i-iiff hot hos gr *-the. si) t, I LAID
*Tll-*nnlf-n1 f--T unn n IHfl' '- ***-SW P 1A I -M at'-- --

essary and the cost bi the f eel ca
be eliminated from the price of th
eggs when marketed-also from th
broilers when offered for sale.
In other words: the hen of th
future must live in Florida. '
this be true that hen will do i
much for our people and our state
as the orange has done and w
want her day hastened. Apply th
laws of intensive cultivation to he
and make her throne ready-let u
make ready ourselves to hail th
new queen in a manner appropri
ate and befitting.--Financial an
Industrial Record.
January IJ--31, 1911,
Voto for'



In Florida he has led the fight for
PLE for twenty- two Nears.
He Has Never Been Rewarded.
Stockton says:
"If 1 am elected United States
Senator, I will close the books of
my private business, and while I
hold the people's office, I will at-
tend to the people's business only."
Let us turn our faces to the fu-
ture; let us forget factional strife;
let us bury bitterness in the grave
of the past; let us unite on a man
for Floridals highest office who is
the candidate of no combination,
the creature of no clique.



It Warns a Man That He Is
In Danger

-- i
Copyright, 1910, by American Press

Sorrento. In southern Italy, is a colony
bf villas and hotels, many of which are
surrounded by orange groves. The
place is built on a crescent shaped
rock at the foot of which is the mar-
gin of the Mediterranean. A part of
This margin laps a beach, and on this
beach are fishermen's boats, ajl there
also the women do the family wash-
One morning Seymour Wilcox, a
young American traveler, was looking
down over a low stone wall built for
the protection of persons on the cliff
above, when be saw a young girl
washing clothes In the sea. Deing
some 200 feet above her, he could not
see what she was like, but "distance
lends enchantment to the view," and
he could, even from that distance, de-
tect a certain grace in her movements.
lHe'went down on to the beach for a
nearer view.
i He found a girl of fifteen, though
at that age .and even, mtrcb younger
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Ohe lja.*

but t.~
I ber.f
her rT
Ole(% 44
t h1flyaj
n~eC beA
Of Ongt

r l 1h3rtnezf i Entit
there for a liter o '4 -
nSometimes he -we k
have a glass with h
nothing unusaIl in thbl IniT
Itallan wines ha.e v y 1tt
,in them and are driu by, r
land children the samn*. tA
ISdes, -.a 9 ineshop In .itala
different affiilr from a saloo
lien. "
SThe nntliorid of the hotell
cos was stopping knew noth
esceent to thb fishermen's q
fhe would ha've wtrued h e
going there. Thp young man
c d the matter kt no one. HA
as taking a rsk, but'not h,
of a risk. BtR-sldes. iDO wa s
'fellow and nt an age where i
courage is more apt, to ej
avoid d nger. Nevertheless l
sufficiently rteale the pol
which he was pla"int himse
n rmed.-
One nig-ht Wlihox wkiiit-dom

n, Ro k,0

In to

a, '. The
," alohol
e? women
ra. Be-

In Amer;

..e Wil
'of hls
I ters or
- against
tne tIon-
iknew he
vw much
man of
rt than
did not
oen In
to gu

to the

beach and. ealliug- for.MUr4a Ithm
father's (cottage.' invitd her it go for
a ride ont on the water in be father's
boat, the falttr to saI It. M trauts.
.mitted the rmclquest to'her f wh
agreed to the plun., *Indee .no one
had lmanife-sted na d e to tierfere
with Wilh-o's attentops tf e girl.
iWhetrher those neiarep her ere ex-
pe.ting to et money' t of AtAmr.
!icano or whether they. jere pe Iittng
her to lure hitm Into p Iflo 'where
,they could rob him daIl f iTtt*r to
him. bent as he wpa. 'n jying bhtr
[society. .
| After a couple .of J ra' sally the
party returned toh r '. n d Wil-
cox asked the fintb t; augbter .to
go into the win-es r freshment.
The father dl lf

Icox bade them -. and. as It
Iwas early for hi o -tlhe wine-
shop alone for e and bl.i

SThere was no | e pince ex-
rept the woman, the vnie be-
'fore the American t him. iTher,
was a fireplace ln:. )m. annd. tM
nights being chilly Wilcox re-
r called her and ualiB to bring In
na few fago's nd A tire. S. "
was surprls-pd' at t et.fot' for t'ue
Is enormously expfl if Italy: L.ut.
Sknowlug him to n Aerl-ad.
which to these enus having
i plenty of money, A C 'ded to his
Request. Wilcox -n before the
fire with the wl' ode him and
drank and amok i a without in-
-tending It, fell asl
SHe nwoke with a S What caused
him to feel that he in danger he
did not know. It i bo have been a
blow that was thrf g hilm or it
might have been thA. 't of a sudden
realizatlon ltLt he ba if n ever since
he first saw Marle .ta g a fribhtful
risk. Il any event'-h was conscious
that death was Ind room. Tthe
fagots bad burned & There wnas a
bright light near thb trance, which
shone on Wilcos'sab ,k and which
cast a shadow on t wall directly
over the fireplace. 'T shadow was
that of a figure wftthe right arm
raised above the hen The shadow
aost by the end of thi arm was diffi-
cult for WUcox to m out. I.t seem-
ed to be a pointed stl held by a fist.
The hind works qicy in the pres-
ence of danger, reall'o rncled, and in
a fraction of a secoj he had deter-
mined that a man:. behind him
with his right hand -rl'l a'd. holding
a dagger. .
"Seuera'- I : --, sharp.
ly, calling to the niu -who had
served the wine.
The shadow flick -and- disap-
There was no reply the summons,
and the young man c ed again:
"Senora !" .
Presently the oMan, yawning.
came slowly into th L' bnm.
"I find myself, se0 .t," said Wilcox,
"with not even m oey enough about
me to pay you for die wine 1 have or-
dered. Have you anly one here who
will go up to my hotel'with a check.
get it cashed by the.landlord and bring
me the money?"
"Yes, senor, but you can as well pay
for the wine when you come for
"No, senora; I go away early in the
morning to Naples. Besides, there are
other payment:i I wfsh to make down
here among y.-,u good people. I in-
tent-ddl to brinq mrig butp forgot it."
"Vry well, senor.. If you desire it
I will send my son. .-3e Is in bed, but
I can awaken him." .
Wilcox took a blai check from his
portmanteau and .ed a check for
500 lira ($100) ndt.4 te on the back
of it a request to landlordd of his
hotel to send him money it called
for'hv bearer T he _ave it to

plainly as g t eyes an x-
"I -knew, signor." said Marie, "that
there is one who since you first spoke
to me Is Jealous of you. I found to-
night that he would attack you and
watched the place. I saw him come
in here and followed him. I heard you
call for a messenger to go for money.
I did not believe Gliovanni would rob,
but I thought it best to go with the
boy. Giovanni disappointed me. He
waylaid us and demanded the money.
but when he kuew 1 had It he upbraid-
ed nme and went away."
"So you are disappointed iti your
lover, Marie--that be should rob, but
not thaft le should murder?"
"The one was for money and the
other for love."
"I see. There is a great difference."
The matter being explained. Wilcox
lost his apprehension. Since there
appeared to be but one man concerned,
he resolved, armed with the carving
knife be hnd -iturired. to go up to his
hotel. nl:ivlig paid his record, he set
out in the darkness and arrived with-
out being molested.
The next day Wilcox sent a note to
the father of Marie that be would fur-
nish the means to send the girl to
school. The offer was accepted, and
she went for three years to a convent,
at the end of which time she married
and emigrated to America.
Wilcox nt tho request of the girl who
had saved him did not report the mat-
ter to the police.

SCourtship |

SIt Is a Very Different Affair
From Simple LVc.

Copyright, 1910, by American Presa .s
A AF.ocluioIon

Miss Marzaret Lyn!l took all the de-
grees of the utidr and pctu 4 r.t'.i)ale
university coarseI. -IL'lV D'a.,'SA -
of an lndepeniidmint lnc(:ome It Vas Lut
necessary for her to make a llvliUg, but
she was so -clever thut the college sent
her abroad to study for a profes:,or-
ship. She returacd with au additional.
foreign. dega-e and assumed the chair
for which she bad been preparing her-
When' Miss Professor Lyall was
tweuty-seven years old it occurred to
her that after all she would prefe-r to
be a wife and mother to-growing old
as a teacher. If she were to choose
the 'more natural course it was high
time she were doing so. She was con-
sidered a very attractive -woman and -
was comely. She had had a number
of.-,o-i'r. hut had not been thinking of

Sthe -landlady, nd, ordering another 'marit:ge ad for this reason had ac-
r litre cf wive and lighting a cigarette, e, ,r1 nmn of them. Now, having
he made it appear that he would await d.trinirwild t' wil. she looked over the
the return t his b messenger. lI. it of hr.r suitors and settled on Rloyal
Btt he t d no ldea of waiting for Rlll'her*-on. a Jouruallst.
the motif."I e knew ,the man who Mr. It!r.llardson wa editor In chief
Swas abit to kill him when he awoke of a large, newspaper. lie nas a high-
from srumober wohid waylay the boy l uy r'uated and a forceful man. There
Vi.o had gone for it. Possibly others is no place iu the world where exact-
who knew of the fact that 500 lira nvse.. syst0ib and. above all. a quick
was to be carried itt midnight from resourceare more essential than in the
t* town down to the fishers' -vilage makeup of a daily newspaper. Mr.
.would also make an attempt t ap- Richbaidson had a quiet, dignified way
-so pprlate it. there was still another with him that carried great weight
. iebillaty. ~is landlord might sur- "That match," every one said, "Is
mise that his we t.hahd beef cornered between one of nature's highest type
,_nd required tile money for a ransom. 'of mnen and the "am'ne gade 1Wt men.
-n this event We u eight have the me0" .-u, a coupe ited hold pduce
YU en showed on his retur- by a portent results for good. What a
te zed t fact tha e. w splendid spur the one for t, bther!"
r'-^, si4ez .W e fact thatbe, wSc.a ,N0,dotl wife for me." sald Mt. lch
-"vi i er 12 o ecloak l- Give a'-..-.. -.i- a"
U S, .g I.A i In her.-. badi; -"ff I hair ha .

awmani e,:. sfeSt- Wt lipaw rf^S
the shado-, finally arose from his shair
and paced the floor, casting glances at
the entrances of the room. Presently
he walked out the door throibh which
the landlady had gone and made his
way Into a kitchen. There, among oth-
br things, lay a hearing knife with a
long, thin blade aud a sharp point. Hle
grasped It and for tlihe first time since
he had seen the islimd'~ drew a breath
of relief. So far as he knew, no one
saw him take the knife, and, conceal-
ing It under his coat, he went back
Into the room he had left.
\Vilcos was uncertain what to do.
Should be remain where he was till
day, or should he risk going up to the
town with no other defense than a
carving knife? If beset,'it might be
by several persons. If he remained
where he was. In case of attack he
might put his back against a corner
of the room and stand off a number
bf assailants. Every vestige of reck-
lessness hud deserted him. lHe was
muad. fighting mad. but in that state
a man's faculties are often the sharp-
est. He resolved to stay where he
Sufficient time for a messenger to go
to the hotel and return had elapsed.
Wilcox had no idea that the messen-
ger would come back or, if he did
come, that be would have the money
with him. He was not thinking of his
500 lira, which he would be glad to
pay for his life. He was wondering If
the man whose shadow he had seen
or some one else bad appropriated it.
This rccilpiled hl.-, thoughts when sud-
denrly the outer door was opened and
In stepped two persons.
They were a boy of fourteen and--
larle. approaching WOlcom. handed
him an enveklpe contatoing the money

load, for that Is a law of nature I
he should turn out to be of poore:
Judgment than I. then that same law
will compel him to submit to my do-
Two persohns wre especially disap-
pointc-d at this engagement. One was
Walter Fairbanks, a quiet. unobtru-
sive man several years younger than
Miss Lyall. Not being highly educat-
ed hlims-olf-be had gone Into business
at seventeen-he had a profound ad-
mirat;oa for Professor Lyall. It
wes ;e afme of his desires to have
such a v.ijman for hl- wife. It would
be like nun inrtllectual beggar marry-
rig onoe with on intellectual fortune.
The o'hcr disappointed person was
Mizi Lucy Ilrooks, a girl of twenty,
wbos)e Lniuwledge had been gained in a
pulillec rhool. bitit whose heart was as
fresh as n rose nnd exhaled as muIh
fracrnuce' jtmori nil who knew her. She
bud long worn:;hlid Mr. Richardson
from n distance, but considered him so
fur above b-r that It was madness for
her to iaspIr to te his wife.
No sooner had Professor Lyall be-
come engaged to Mr, Richardson than
she began to tkeo an Interest In his
paper. She liked to pick out editorials
In which sbo c uld see his vigorous
opinions expros'.-d In his terse, pun-
gent style. But one day she noticed
what she hNd not discovered before.
She was mruh interested in the na-
tioual proldleirt of the day and sym-
pathiztd with ev'ry movement calcu-
lati-d to i riu g the trusts lander a proper
legal su,'ji-ct;on. Mr. Richardson had
given In his rdltorl-'ls an Impression
that thi_4 was the po)lIcy of his paper.
But In ;n ar th.h which bore-every evi-
denpe of haoinu b-en written by him
ho mode uw, of the trm trnst bust-
er." Tho next time he met his fiancee
"Royal. I suPpolxd rhe policy of your
"0.,'- -Tin to 1dvocate the regulation.
of tek trusts Liv law."
"My dear Margaret. the policy of a
l(?ewjOpvr is an unknown quantity to
any one except Itsa manager "
"Will you kindly explainr"
Mr. Rlihard-on for the moment for-
got that be was not in his editorial
chair. It sernmod an icicle rather than
a sentence that caue through his cold
"Yes: I will explain by saying that I
al,.no dictate the policy of my paper."
Mhi:-. Lyail looked at him with aston-
ishmenit. "And I alone," she said,
"will decide aq to the man I will rmar-
iry. lie ball not be one who would
mnte use of the obnoxious expression
'trust buster.'
She strode mnjestlicaly oout of the
room and upstairs.
Mr. Rli-hlitrdson departed with a com-
lpilenttioi of feePllng. He was disap-
polnt.d. nnfgerld. bnrt. For the first
time he had been Interfered with in
hib lifeI work. Hils eyes were opened
to the fact that the high grade of
chinracter. of lutellect, he had wished
in a wife hnd In this.case at least
proved a boomeranug. If he bad been
called to account by another his feel-
Iags would not have been the least ruf-
fled. But he had formed the very Im-
portnnt plan of marrying Miss Lyall,
and he Hsaw that such a union would
necessitate the rooting up of the main
habit of his lifp.
"Good morning. Mr. Richardson,"
came a soft voice, and, looking aside 1
as he wnlled. be met the amiable
&milo of Miss Brooks. It was like a

warm sunshine breaking" thrbtigh ba
wintry cloud., He tutfed and Joined
her. For an hour he walked beside
her, listening to bbr prattle, scarcely
speaking 1Imie'lf. the girl all the while
pouring bnlm on his perturbed feel-
ings. He went with her to her home,
and it was another hour before he left.,
Miss Lyall suffered the same per-
turbed sensations, find as-Mr: Richard-
son had been comforted by Miss
Brooks she tuned to Walter Fair-
banks for similar treatment. 'If a
person of strong mind becomes balked
and consequently irritated there- Is a
craving for some one-not to rely on
for advice, but to whet opinions upon.-
Miss Lyall made an excuse to send
for Mr. Fairbanks in order that,she
might have a dummy to pound. Mr.
Fairbanks proved himself admirably
suited to the purpose. Not capable of
understanding that higher role of ele-
vating by an unceasing flow of infor-
mation which is the great work of
newspapers, .he saw only the blemishes
resting on the press. When Miss Lyall
told him of her disagreement with Mr.
RIichardsoun b wwas surprised that she
did not know that his paper was own-
ed by a combination of industrial mag-
nates. This opened Miss Lyall's eyes
not only to the fact of an entire -ab-
sence of sympathy between her and
the man who was employed to oppose
vi,'w he h 1)i:!;7) very s'1 roulf-. Lur that

IInLg a ho..- r: IZ .. fP I.j
surfitep with iw t; ,*:P
was P'0111.9 011 till~.
But t.1lt: ~ -fi'enyu-;

11n9 Of the 'd:ta.Lef' t~nit .isetrii..1
Inake an effort to ;,~i,t :rt71,..s j.V~jrb,4
tween him iuud fiiFd~ 1ee a.L-tJ
-Upon her, anid si'j 'a iiint. tiolvith ba
disappointed 1'u'Ic oft hi-r Ficv..
"I have called to May. lurgaet.' be,
began, "that pei h.;i;s you are notr swar.W
thant a flewspI~tper bIs A e'vjui~vqj-i `
concerd for dhqienri.tng. notile Ifi1eau. Now
bie 1(leab tberio iniq. blitt theyr
Would nod be there at all it tlje PajW1%
-bbd DO'Kneans for ha pobicattion.. Upi.)
less a newspaper can be j la

las one who advocates breaklug
combinations which are, essential" 16'" 1.
business at the prwent day." .
"But I lon't admit that they art
essential." .'.
"Certainly ,your opinion can have
nothing to do with the management of
the paper I edit." 4
"If the paper you edit Ilathe expoeut
of the principles, or, rather. the want
Of prlnclples, of the man llI..nto narp '
it certainly is of great importance to
me." o n L . ;
"t am employed to carry out tbhe
policy laid down byj the owners of tbo
paper, ,d- ,
"Why, then do you pretend to carry \
oqt..opposing ideas?" -,
g3fMgdret, a newspaper, t a prato-
tical affair. It must have adverti9,
ments; to secure advertisements it-
must have circulation: to have girc-i
'lation It must have readers.. Reader. .
are of various opi)nison One must
steet a middle course to"'- ,.-- .
"Enough! You, the man wlth wbonr,
I had decided tp unite mw. ery being /
haye io principles of your own"-. ",'
"M*y principles are my own; the pa-
per's principles are Its own,"- %
"Then If you were paid to advocate ..
anarchy and assassination you would
do so. without a qualm of conscience*"'
"Margaret," 'he said, changing hid-
tone to one of despondencyc, "if our "
imlon Is to be one of argument instead
of simple love It will be a failure." -
"And unless I marry a man whose.
principles are not for sale it will be A
aillue."- -; -
"You are 1mnpradtieab' .
irt. Kichardson and Miss Lyall had
gatln found themselves in the po.tluno
of tbome .. .-w
73adh off tvuievm toe-hug kWto vine *k -
T4 T 0 beaus ig up against the wind
though neither of them loved 'the-
tempest. They were :obliged by their
natur to .beat. U Afgea just It. Al.ai4.
they sought solace in the sympatlly o't
their intellectual inferiors. Mr. Richl .
ardson called on Miss Brooks, aud
Miss Lyall called in Walter Fairbanks.
Richardson sat on- asofa beside the
lithe, laughing girl, rested by beg '
every innocent word. by her every.
dainty motion and more than all by,
that perpetual smile which hovered
o'eer her lips. She cared nothing for
the policy of his paper. and, as to hia
lrilnclples, she did Lot for ai momen
Qoubt that they wAr', i.ob\'. A, loc~I o
his hair fell down o'Ver his forehead,
and with the touch of her waxen fin.-
gers she put it back tI place, I'u'tiln :
Os she did sb. He took the fingers I
his hand and kissed theaf. Thedi i~f
kissed her. That settled It. .
Miss Lyall talked to Walter Fair-
banks about her converratiop with
Richardson. He liIte.ncd to her 'with-
but a word, looking at tier the whild
with a pair of sympathetic eyes...
Whenever she said. "Am l, right?" he
replied, "You are," and when she salde.
"Am I wrong?" he said. "You are rioL''
In other words, Miss Lyall got from
Mir. Fairbanks what she wanted. And
so in tile, she became accustomed.fi
getting what she'vwantel anld found tt
more convenient to planee Ifr., Fair-
bahks where she cri!d hi6' hMia all
the time. She married him.
Mr. Richardson aud .Miss Lyall meet
occasionally and hanv Intellectual
talks. She consld.rs, hilI n brilliant
man, but wituiot prluelple. lie .con-
siderd her -a ve smi iart' omnat. but.
educated- in a thoretic. 'Impraaey ,' -
school. Eath is-very ha ppy at i'I. .' -

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Sold by Jno.R. Thompson & Co. .

Her Revenge.
A little girl had been so very unun- ,
Ly that her mother found It neces ary
to shut her up In o dark closet-In'that
family the direst punishmuent for :the
worst offense. For ifteeh minutes tha,
door had been locked without a sound-
coming from behind it-not a whim-
per, not a sniffle. At last the stern but
anxious parent unlocked the closet
door, and peered Into the darkness..She
Could see nothing.
"What are you doing In thereo" .-?
Mred. ^

And then a little vole piped flofd
the blackles:
"I thpit on your new dresa, and t
thpit on your new bat, and I'm Wlt-*
tug for more thplt to come to thplt on
pyur new parasol?" -



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and Apalachicola, Friday, and
irived from Mobile and Pensacola
at 9:45 o'clock a. m., yesterday.
The Manteo arrived and dia-
c charged freight at Ware's wharf,
e early Sunday morning.


'he following table record- the max
Imumr, minimum ahd mean tenmiera-
A1nres the rainfall aud direction of the
Wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
it o'!otok p..m., as Indicated by U. S.
t" d hitrprmedH.

Date .; 4 | Rain.I Wind
Nov.... 16 67 61 64' .00 nw
6 17 72 65 608 00
1" 18 68 48 >8 .11 n
19' 64 -41. 54 1.- n

-- . I 56 I 65 1.43 I

Little Pitchers.
ceirtolu snumt town thire are
S" wo young women whome favorite uc-
S.tupatiun habs been to discuss the af-
faire of their ueighLors. Havrifg met
or Ihat purpose one iaftrnoon. they
i4ound themselves blocked In ftlif in
dulgence of their pastime by the press
knce of the small daughter of the
hostess. A slight inlispositlon of
*Oine sot~ prevented sending the child
.ut of doors, so they were forced to
S pdt .up with her presence, doing their
best, however, to nullify it.
Something eatable was produced and
An absorbing new game invenrec
which she could play quite by herself.
go they breathed freely and begnu
The talk at length reached a poini
tnvolvfng the lntest saindtiA of thp
tietlhbo-rhodfi nd the reailling of
Some inside info'l m.'ion wbhi, l mIst
hot bromr pu'ipe pro:,prty. A huirriled
took at th" f'i'ld on 'he flpor f.win,'
<7n If one o vsorv* 41 Wz!<'t (''.-rsil [tin
)I('l PiH 1,'l ''' * .'S' l! .li) t .-I I f A ;lid
T lee w ,r,, ., r1 In . r !'' | .d ,:
ir ,f .,'.li- n ,i ,,, ,:1-1 w ln"; Th.

Vit n' ,l r'!ut~ '; 0' f '.i'Ni -:t.r;' : 1 :

*iX r'l o tti o i T,-)'" :' W;loI !,i gt"'n.
11l' y of ;.1 s! i;. o 1;.1 l { n ,bo
oi'.i'..: 1 ~-t''o~. -'o *'.i ; f )ii nit-rn
'1 l. r11(' m re I u a u1i!i 1ly de-
es_ rii' wnnliiinril- fi: .inn iiiui.- **

~ te 1111lii1it. ri s- -Meppeas
litig .."
"W' horse tiihn thtit." she replied
(loomily. "l did nrinage to drop off
to sleep, and I dreamed all fie time I
SWas asldep that I was awake."- Phil-
atdelphia. Saituprday Evening Post.

An Ideil IHusban d
is patient, even with a nagging wife, for
he knows she need~ help. She may be
so nervous and run-dowri in health
that trifles annoy her. If she is melau-
choly, excitable, troubled with .oss 01
appetite, headache, sleeplessness, con-
Stipation or lainting and dizzy spells,
she needs Eleclric Bitters,-the most
wonderful remedy for ailing omen.
Thousands of sufferere from female
troubles, nervous troubles, backache
yAnd weak kidneys have used them and
,become healthy apd Afappy. Try tdem.
[Oniy 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed b3
all druggists.

Books and Their Care.
8ooika on shelves may be seriously
thlured If packed too tightly. When
quickly pulled out for use the top of
the boo-Is likely to come off. More-
Over, the constant pressure. If too
*teat, will loosen the whole back in
time and the friction in putting upon
find taking froni the shelf mars the
eovers. On the other hand', a reason-
able amount of lateral pressure is
ficessary. If placed on the shelves
o60 loosely the leaves tend to open
Dn4 admit dust, dampness and conse-
(uent mildew. In the case of heavy
O, o-lmoes the weight of the leaves will
t foqnd 'restng on the shelves If the
ai,,s are placed too loosely. This Is

to.. .. . book.. Car, _.-' cuid

S otfltiaury to books. Care should
tat taken when pnilnt or.varnish is used
that the surface is perfectly smooth,
. hara and. dry when the books nre put
place and that the surface will .ye-
atain so during variation of tempera-
-Vora or humidity.--Houne Benaiiro:.

-Thi Tarj(n gained on her tipie by ie
ImoutL two himui saud reached SLt Al- l,
rews at 9.:45 a. m., vebterday, pU
-On Muo day, last, Mrs. Col. F. M. dc
ideon gathered a nice lot of fine,-large T
ipe tomatoes from their lots, corner of ic
Vyoming avenue and Lake street. 2"
-The Buoy is indebted to Mr. and c
drs. J H. Brown for a generous baa- f(
ket of fine grape fruit, gathered from a
treez upon their delightful premises.
-EYv. R. \V. Burdeshaw will hold U
Services in the M. E.' church on the o
hrtt and '.bird Sundar'in eauob month t
at, the usual hours, morning and even- f
-131ank Warranty Deeds, new re
vised, improved short form printed on
good linen uapor, 25c per dozen: also
blank recelpts-200 recepte in a block.
25ceach. at the Buov office
-The County and Town taxes to
1910 are now due. Those for whom
the Buoy has attendee to the payment
of the sanre will receive notice of the
amounts as soon as the same can be
learned from the ax collectors,
-The Buoy is indebted to Capt. and
Mrs. Perley Wilson forsullicint fish for
several large messes during the past
week. 'apt. Perley etovys-the dis-
Stinhtion,.of beln0 one of the most sk]-
Sgw&a*g1nfea -of lia'ct Walton herea-
-Mr. I. V. Pierce treated about a
dozen of his lady and gentlemen friends
to an old-fashioned candy-pulling Mon-
day night at his bachelor home in ths
Dr. Treadwell building. It is ineed-
les s to say that everyone who partici-
pated in the festlvitius had a '"sweet"
--Immense crowds are besieging the
Ware Mercantile Company's great
Clearance Sale conti nuallv. They will
tell you all about the great bargains
tney a e giving in a Halj-Page ad in
the Buoy, next week-would have done
so in this istuo; but hbad not time to
prepare the copy.
-Among the luxuries that the Buov
has to be thankful for today is a box of
luscious Japan perAimmons from the
orchard o01 its friend, Mr W. F. Wiod-
ford of Farmdale. They ara certainly
finu. and if someone had only sent a tur-
key and some cranberries, the Thaiik-s
giving diuner would Lave been comn-
-One thing that would be a great at-
traction to St. Andrews would be a
good cornet band and a movement is
tinder way to organize one. Severia
young gentlemen have already pur.-
chased instruments and as soou a:- a
sufficient number will follow their ex-
ample the Baud will organize and pro.
ceed to practice. .
-Whether the Buoy's plaint that the
lurkoys roost too high for its Thanks
giving 'dinner this 'year is responsible
for what has since happened, the put *
lisher don't pretend to say; but the
fact Is, he and his better h-lf ase in re-

-AbuH mm.. rTTEryok3T-East Bay to
asstst in devouring one of the tootL-
some birds.
-Dr. Jansenius was seen early Friday
morning hastening toward Old Towin
and he mumt have: had a pr'.cious bur-
den concealed under his coat for he woiu
direct to the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Casey and left there an infant girl,
wivich the parents at once decided to
adopt and the- Doctor, consenting, wae
pleased that the little one had been
placed in a 'bome where she could be
kindly cared for.

No Paprika In Her Bones.
A Iungnrian restraurnut hi Nc-w
York because famous for Its culiinar.
triumphs, and many visitors to thb,
city became acqualinred there with (L-,
mysterious dishes produced in Hiintga
rian kitchenus. lu one of these parlet.
several years cigo was a yoiing irairurl
from the far weht. -wh. alnxilus to ( -,
tend her cullunry knowledge and see-
Ing how her hibub:-nd relished one of
the courses of the meil. used the
head waiter for the recipe for the dish
"I can give It to you, madam," was
the courteous reply. "but you can't
inake It."
"Aud why not?" asked the sightseer
"Because you must be Hiugarian.
It might come right for an Austrian.
but an American never. You must
have paprika in your bones." And.
taking that high ground, the request
was refused.-New York Tribune. -

Across the Hall.
"Bay. Snibbs. let me use your phone,
will you?"
"SUre. What's the matter .with
"It's all right. I want to telephone
':hWi"fWf-liaWt I'g(ttng to lring a
man from out of town to dinner."
"He's bitthug in my room n6w. and I
hate to have him watch my facet when
my wife tells me what she thinks of
the proposition." Cleveland P'lafn



UMOND, Preidet.

J H. 0WiMONSON, resident.


F. BULLOCK. (ashier.

Judge L. J. REEVES.-

four Patronage is Respectfully Solicited,

Notice ia hL.rehI\ ti -n lthLtI a Ma
eetll., of qualified vote'ar will be
eld at. Ware's hall on Deuember .'th,
ki.i, at 7:3o o'clock, p.'n for the pur-
)ae of putting ,in nomination candi-
a es to be yVt,id for at the Annual
own Iliection for St. Andrews. Flor-
la, ahich is to oe held on December
7th, next to elect a Mayor, Town
lerk, Town Marshal, nhe Alderman'
or one year to fill an -unexpired term
nd two Aldermen for two years.
1 v.ish to thank the otherss and peo-
le of St. Andrews for the confidence
id ,up port given me during the last
three years whlie I havy held the of-'
3ue of Mayor, which fully appreciate,
anC to say that I am not a candidate
fur rt.-election, but hope that my suc-
cossor will have the same kind of sup-'
port that you have alwavagiven-me.
J. H. DRUMMOND, Mayor. "

A Chance to Make Money.
A young man who had been out of
employment for some time and to
whom money bad become a stranger
stood on the Walnut street bridge
over the Schuylkill gazing down at the-'
Suicide was in his mind, but be was
afr;dJ to seek death by drowning and
only contemplated It when he realized
thathe had no nioduey to- ptfrcha#
poison, a repe or, s qmxetbilng of OK'
so n.
As he ,wps standing there a well
dressed man accosted hid.
"Young man. do you want to earp
$4r" he said.
"Four dollars!" gasped the unfor-
tunate, to whom the suiln sounded like
a million. "Lead me to It" he sahL
*'Come along." said the stranger as
he led the way across the bridge.
The young minu followed, a new
hope gleLmlug from his eyes.
The stranger led the way to a room
on a side street offt Walnut.
"Here we are," he said.
"Well. how am I going to earn these
$4?" asked the young man.
"Well. you see. I'm a little hard up
for cash." said the stranger. "and I'm
going to cell you a pair of five dollar
shoes for a dollari"- Philadelphia Press

The Carrot Cure,
Dr. OUlrer Weunlell Holimes. refer-
ring to the true efficacy of carrots no a
cure for wounds (a traulimon which
was certainly not handed down from
Crecyi. writes to Pr. Hunt In 1S63.
telling him how a tunn's heel, which
was sevoroly wounded at the battle
of Fredei cksl'ura. was treated by Dr
Bigelow, who (did nothing but keep the
.-ound open ntd made the patient use
Jor this purpose a little plug of carrot.
.-hlb'h seemed to agree with bhimn very
Anotbhr mri* ,bodern edie'nl au
'uority saiv thlir for del'lente person.s
in exe,-',l'*-if i-.:per,.p ve ptabij is a fulr
-Izd carronf. tlh'd "hole so as to re-
liln Its ntromnailc I iprop lh ili hen spllt
',jfo qiiuhrer rand wurnierl afreshl I"-
"ore Lint'.: served hob. It nets nas a
aer-tine s~t-ifrlve while lIbelng corditil
in.l r'slorttiva. .\ Pense of rental.
!nvlgorutlcon will follow. id the dl

Penaock Plum-agd.
I',wr.,vrn iuh h, b inii!lirri may 0,1.
i tlr. ith. Iptlueiitpi .' ,f the -acoir k na j
io,, vr-r nu. a h tLr, miv de .Ire thi-
Ulilnt'v It ltin'l .s. Iup-l l'Tsli eiont preVent.
:dun\ of i llh i fio(ii, (1 lia g it.
"-niL'a tr tbiii give ,taoo'-k fl'albiheir
:,.1:-, rcUIlU I Ia i.-lt I(N-e iI[\ : jbe t US
',.,i "r." .ur hillllli.'r (]>"*I..:'* 1. "I hal\
,'"it lt i l i',e lii aI!i n.e'-. V.'-nit-i al,-
-:iut lthIi ou I i n ii .i1 rli:l- m ail.u' ;i
':ulV- br-',n, l'h i.t':!Pre 'ti (i iln ':li. linl
'lj'i I lI-s iv :;.u l rnt'i ', l i l iu;;dl" it
"'." *itu c' '..i :n n .ry cUr tl 1iok'-d fvor
,, l i'b., v ( w-. it 'r. I. il i th ir pi n
.i-fl r..i lS I: ';- r,, aaii1.1t Ilt h= 6

rto nriildlu,,rs f.-cl ju.t au I : i:, ) ibou?

"t.e~.~, t.- : :' -:t!:-l a i t u.' ln. w h.,
-irri.a.1 n li .e'icoi' f llat her fn ht r h:ind

".it'- l.-,'d t .i fh it Is why," said the
milllinr.-Nr.;i Vlo:k Soin.

An Anecdote oif opeF.
There Is an oldl aiLdI-ttd of .A'.lxnn
der P'ople couterinillii ume ...f fluh- lhil
wn ternil-u \t ho \ 're e!'L.ol y''> l l'.ai
many years Ii i,;niiU l'.ijL- o L the
TlhiiUnu.n. Pi',Ie viNts iI the hiblt oti
havi'ig bh! -'ti.dan ,*.1i;i!r Y 1fi' l iinit the.
punL If tht v.mevlwirir as Line he let
down the gl.s-ises; If cold hle li!Kd
thIeI upl. e11 would ULnel lined ay ito
fhe waterinanu:
"John. I am golng to repeat some
verses. Tijke care to remember them
the next time I go uut."
When that time caine Pope would
"John, where'are the verses 1 told
you of?"
"I have forgotten them, sir."
"John. you are a blockhead.. must
*rlte them down for y'ou."'
John said that no one thought of
saying when speaking of him, "Mr.
Pope," but that he was always called
"Mr. Alexander." -

"The course of true love doesn't al-
ways run smooth," sighed the young
"That's right," rejoined the old bach.
elor, "Sometimes It ends in mar-
riage."-Chicago News.

Many Meanings.
Traveler-Some expressions in the
Chinese language have a' many as
forty different meanings.
Little Miss-Same way in English
"You amaze me. Mention one."
"Not at home."

The beloved of the Almighty are the
rich who have the humility of the poor
and the poor who have the magnanim-
ity of the rich.-Saadl.
Good Resutlts Always Follow
the use ofFoley's Kidney Pfl'ls. They
are up-building, strengthening and
soothing. Tonic in acifon, quick in re
suits. Sold bh Jno. R. ThoirpsoD & Co,

&zaps the cough and heals lungs

The 1




Staple and



Fresh- Fruit9 and Vegetables in Season.
Bay Front, Near Wyoming Avenue.

Notice i reby given that the Town
Council o he To i-n of St,,Andrewis,
in WaCRiWi n 4Aunty. Floridi, met
on the 11 .y ol Novciimber, A. D.,
1910, as r ed by law and the ordi
n~jrces 0o. Town and revised the
rcIstrat orl said ituwn by eras-
ing there h% names of all persons
who have d, removed, improperly
or Illegally ietered, &r who are for
any cv e .]ified',p voie, or whose
name any cause improperly
p o ati 'list,'and ordered

taid)st ed in tho Si. An-
drewVs 3 Sa4f newspaper published in
said to w ibhb llit of names is as fol-
low i
8 Y

CC Da is. W C Holley.
W A l, jr. M2Gilt.
B F Pet William Stephens.
Each nd all o above named parties
having c mo.ed ftom sakid-twn.
And tite 'is.cereby given that the
L'ouncil .,ll ie6t a, the Council room
in the ank 'ofSt. Andrews in suid
town o0 Dcember 9th, at 3 o'clock p.m.
to hea ompltin.ts from any e'ho wvish
to be h aird, aud to restore such names
as havt been improperly er'tsed, and
to tranact any'other T11usiness that m.iy
proper y come:before the Conucil.
Give undurour hands this llth day
ui ljvemblri. A. D,, 191i".1
'-F. Bullock.
'*' L. M. Ware.
-4). T. Gwaltney.
Geo. W. Surber, jr.
L. E. Yickery.
Town Council.

Attes Mayor.
J, THOMPAON, Town Clerk.

\ ThKen UA
Ab Oct 1, -last, One Barrow
Hog, h S otli Croi) in Each Ear.
.O%, ne u h' .same by proviing prop-
crtv. ing r keeping and for this
,adver -e m J. D, HARRELL ,
,. Southport, Fia,

To all : 4g I PVote's ot the Town
Sof Sti i; i~i Washiungton Coun-
.1otice i g~" i'cn that, the an-

*and for a h St. Andre ,d in
'a 1alorida. wil I e

the fourth of said anuiLl t I
oete *a May-,n Cierk n.i' .-
nhal.fAi sail, i V for tTe tern, ,f .
year and un ir successors ai ,I!nu-,
are elected ualtflcd; also to tlhci
one Alderm .Afilan uinexlpired tern,
for out year two Aldeirnen tfor the
term of' two 's and intil their sei
eesOl'6 l(i 0 are duly elected and
qu alified,'
Polls to-op 8 o'clock a m. and to
close at 56'c p. ni.
Given Pr our hands thigh
14th d a3 etdber, A. D.. 1910.
M. Ware.
co. W. Surber, jr.
Y Town Council.
Att.test: c& J,. ,DRU lMONP. MaNl.r.
JNO. L-.TH PS-,N, Town Clork.

I hereby at
F. Thom osen
InIlspectors of
above inent.io
twice ol thb St.
Town of St,
County, Flori
combler, A D.,
al 9 o'clock a.
until 5 q'olbck
also appoint 3
for said electi
Given under
of October, A.
A. D., 1910

init \V. R. Willcox, B.
id Ge.V. V. Surtber. sr.
3 an iual Town Election
d, to be held at thie ot
.ndrews Butly. in til.'
drdw-s. in WashiuntVn
, on t na 27th day of De-
i10J The p(lls to open
:, an-i to be kept open
in. of said day; and I
in Sturrock to be oleric
my hanI this 14Lbh du.
iis 14th day of Octobor,
SM. Ware,
. 1'. Gwaitney,
.'E. Vickerv.
bo, W. Suihar, jr.
Town Council.
Town Clerk.
-Te Dido
"- agich bow
l espondencv. But
ife Plils expel pois-
T bring hope and
li .ver. stomach ana
1parthoealt.h and vi-
ivous. and calling. 25c

* t:c .
N ,tice is hei' Igsven 'hat horeaf-
t.er the undords nl. will prosecute all
partisan who unlawfullyv cut or remove
any wood or timber from their lands,
and fni-thermore will r,.-plevin all such
wood or timber thus trken, in whLomnso-
ucvr's poac-.aio It tory lm-d found.

AZINE requires thbetjrvicus o" r i-i o-
ientativo n Waahi~aton C'ount .t' I,!ok
after- subscri[ptiori-. enevwals am.l T ,x-
tend circulattca special e i,-thods
which have np usually -,! 'i .s-
ful. Salary a mmissiorn. J'.-vi-
ous experierin c -able hut ,.r ,s-
seniial. Whole r r spa-e lin.t-. Ad-
1r'"sst ith refer B. -, C. Can".ni 11,
' Bnroad-

An Indian's Joke.
Indians extract uo little qnlot enjoy-
menut from what seem to them to be
oddities in the speech, manners and
customs of white people. An Arapa.
hoe stepped Into the store of a trader
one day to purchase some tobacco.
The trader's son was in barge of the
place. Now, this son.-was at that-em-
barrassing 'stage of growth when the
voice is changing, so that he never
could tell whether tinor tones would
issue frain hl-. Hl:.< or t-n bylike fal-
setto or de profundiA bass (Onu this
occasion when the Indian asked for
bJ~acco.jhe yboth's bass notes held the
right of wci. though they were slec-d-
lly followed by ascebdlng tones utip to
a squeaky falsetto.
He asked the Indlnia. "Will you bnre
fine cut tobacco or a plug?" becinniug
In a growl and ending In birdlike so-
The AraFnhoe listened gravr'.y to this
vocal varIety nr.d thtn wlh.nil at sni:l
reversed the process iand, t.'ginl!iinc
with the youth'=, bi. he t note :.ntI a-n
ing with his l.wes't., sc-ald. "I think
I'll take somne plug."-South_-rn Vorli

"ExercIe and Rest.'
What is the relcitou bt-ween exer-
ciso and rest? Work Is that at v hichl
we must contlulie. whether Intertstilig
or not. whether we are tired or n-t
!t used to be thought that the prime
requisite of rest was the u-e of facul-
ties other than tbose Invrived in tihe
labor of the day. But there is such a
thing as fatigue wiulh goes deeper
than d.ialy work We ccan work so
hard as to becouie exhaulsted-too fex
hnust.d for any kind of work'. 'orr
haps this Is r.1ll fTatil^ie. It Is comin'-t
to be reg-:irdt.d Os f'i1damiienial ty train'
that rost from suclI- f;lilt'uP der-inrn1.-
coilinuity thliit, for nii!.' f,-hr i,-'-
rl.-da of iftfeL umlnutc- t. i:-Ih ,fl rrest! i"
not the equiviileent -f nt' liour's rI~s,
th:it a mani who .,-s on a viar aini,'
ai.d tlih-s half n !i ir of hl.: Ii-l-I -
w .>rk c er. dis" I." Io.tl l, the s i:i.
I; !i'z :is tli i v. ', !i I ii r'
with a s;r lI:.. I lie he l i t 1 '0 *-.> i
'ii oul i'.V 1 f 'V i, l '. !. *, !.' ;x
t: 'l- to0 e d;d ll .. C., 1. I ', I, !i .! '
li. S t I rl... l. us. ? sliSt1 -i-11 ; v.l .i,
S- t u l\ e lo ove t rco-ie coi',' 16 til e fa
tl -tne.-f.utLhr [ OGulLk in Norti'
Auitricilan I'viitw.

Cert'ies Or'

juI I Th old wanu d-)i!- ?h
u.~ua*. wtuiheyoting ~~ied6'
tbe "II it'yi'~zon.- r'i~k.

Ourmes Coldsa Prevents Pnoumonia

I T T, 3 grw thofln-

o r ii' ,.. 1 :' tS.. o R i hvl

t ,.l qUralty
iS i OS#ed Annual
Freeon'r quer,
0. M. 1 f F lR .,C

Cheerfint.vs and Cholera.
A clh eriul I di o:tiUn is beld f
some dt'lcto: to be tlhe lest protW..uI
ag-a ust clhl-I ia. W1hen thil. di us '(
fir-t rl-lled Iris f I I ,.'2 a L-.ofh o Mi Us
ls;iie I adl i l:. f li uoil In -,i uts 't,
avoid us for L P- ur.ie oal aSi,
f n!'-I:unch,'ly and nil Tpuitful ,ei i-
tious Iitl to stft I1 1!(ul1 ty o0f d' :i-(I --!
and amf u!semEnts. Those eizh a lri:
a n I1 L in ti ':., ila lulJe t:w n It L,-:'
to be.stri,-ll iowa '" hi. a ', \-'1 -
larg-Ily fo'llov ,od. aud Celeu i bai ici.u
*.r: ;i vit (- l.l in g ov r a -T hldi-'.iud
vwekly viitlms 1 h,- thea tr: antd trfe
were throng-d. Tlip 'lidcuil,. wa. In
some quarter treari l as a li ng- Joke.
laid plays ani songs were rI] i ten
aroul fit. locliefort wrote a play.
"'e Choleira Morbus." which proved a.
of s iiceo r;, annd nothi er produ fii n
on the same lies, "P. aris-malade," ul.o
had' a ling run.- Lodou Chronicle.

Ether Topers.
Ether is consuJned by gallons to get
drunk on in Et small part & Scotland.
T'he rigin of this. peculiar and lim-ilt(
abuse is strange. In 1848 a bad epl-
demic of cholera broke out in Glasgow.
Among those ying fritom it were some
who 'came back to Draperstown, their
native place. With them'they brought
a cholera mixture which they found
"exceeding comforting." A rascally
doctor. knowing that the comfort pro-
ceeded front elher. laid ini a whole
-cask. He made his fortune and start-
ed the habit that lasts till yet Ether
is sold over counters In Scotland. the
peuny a drink. An old other toper can
drink tlo or three ounces a day. but
one-half ounce is one big dram in wa-
ter. The drinker gets hilarious in a
minute. It is far wilder and more
dangerous than aicohoi .

Made the Rhyme.
"Carpet" rMl ioes with no single
word, but some bold poet dared fo
evade the dillticulty thus:
no sik to toast such a beautiful bar
pet; believe me. my dear. your feet
would appear at inome onla nobleman's
carpet."- London Answers.

?., V- _0-._.-;S T E

W C.
rue.day. 8:30 p m Pen'acola.
W .dne-3lay, 4:00 Ip. mn. St Adrw,
Wednesday, 4:00 p. in. PanamalCity,
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Mill ille,,
Thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalachicola,
Monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile.
Ti.ursda-., 3:00 p. m. Carrabello.
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew.
Friday, 11:00 a. m. Panama City,
Friday. 10-00 a. m. Millville,

Pensacola to St. Andrewand.Millville. $5.00. .,
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrab.ll-e, $7.:50
St. Andrew and Millville to Aj.alachicola, $5.00.
Pensacola to MlobTe, $2.50.
fIhe abhovo rates include meals and berths. i. H. J3BO ER,i,
V. W. WALTERS, (en'l Frei .ht and Pass As!t. Presided



BARROW. Master.

Wednesday, 8:00 a. nO
Wednesday, 0:00 a. ,,a
.Wednesday, 10:00 %. ,a
Thursday, 6:00 a. mi
Thursd ,y, 12:00 noon
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
Filday, 2:00 a =,
Friday, 12m.
Friday, 11:30 p.M,
rfday. 11,i30 p. -m-



o 1iira1 Mec pli adiso



A Full Line of Ftiurniture!

Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and
Postofice on the Bay.




Feed to Any






The Old FhICER STORE Business,

FolIunded in 1878, and built uo by tLe late L-M. W-ed
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New lailagemiet

Soicits the Patronage of Old Fatroins
of the HIouse, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as.
well, and 11uirantees 11nifo 111m f-iir and courteous treatment
tc' -. -1. "- V' ,.

W e Pa y. the Frei ght ni oai Gi,,.'i i Copt Flour,. Meal aIa
F e-e. tai an 'U t .lii c ,oi, lhe iL; y 3'.

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tlo i lil.::... ,i f : . i. : ;.: i ,
call lih r v. ii.-:.
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nril is al -' nI il .e t* iil .i t'..' ., "
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nui nn i ''" ,~ di'l ''*' it ,1.

SSi.'cced when everything elie fails.
Iin n-ervous prostration and female
S. eki.k-sses they Are; thie aspreme
Z r.mrdy, as thousands have testified.
S t is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.

Hair Raising'.
!Iusban.l-I feel lu the mood t9br
readt-in something sensational and
tarliiing-smuoiLilinig thut will fairly
make uuo hair stand on end. Wife--
Well, here is my last dressmaker's bUl.

Pale-Faced Wbme.:

a, You ladies, who have pale aces, sallow complexfons,
dark circles under eyes, drawn features andit-red, wori-,
out expressions,-you need a tonic., "
^ 'The tonic you need is Cardui, the wolnw's tonic.
It Is the best tonic for women, becni.se 1i: ingredients
are specifically adapted for womel's ,n.-',s. They cct on
the womanly organs and help to give ncdcd strength and
vitality to the worn-out womanly/frame.
Cardul is a vegetable medicine. It contains no mmn-
erals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no g! .riai, no dan-
gerous, or habit-forming drugs of any kind, I
It is perfectly harmless andsafe, for young and old toatge.

- ,A R I

"After my doctor had done all he said he oould for me,"
Writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainbur,,Ark., "I took Car-
dui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much.
"Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from fematI
troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health.
"I think there is some of the best advice in your book
that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardul. Try it
Writ- to: Ladles Adv~srr ,Dpt.. Cv.-loon Medtrir.' Co.. Chtat ens.
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Andrews Provision Co. Pensacola St. Andrew Gulf

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Thursday, Nov. 24, 1910.

An Essay on Man.
What a..cehimera, then, is man!
SWbhat a novelty. what a monster, what
k chaos, what a subject of contradic-
kion, what a plodlgyl. A Judge of all
things. .:f feeble worm of the earth,
depository of the truth, cloaca of un-
ertainty and error, the glory and the
hhame of the universe.-Pascal.

Thve Original Encycldpedia.
'The I'st reall (uf. ilopedlia Was
a'll y's "NA ruln i; -t,,..:.." Il s ,, .
thirfyv-s,-vA n v.l .: ;.':1 ;aI' i;. u i't"
all thu thri l ,i< ', i l;, :. ,, the \\'irld
'lliany. h di.',i A i <'. 'i. th,
sta fur.l'.:'; ,.;li in 11 .1- l 1"'r inlth'l
Val *, hlb t-n* ::r,. l 1 I ['u l. Iv.: ;1'11 1i's
.t'irm .r l [U' t.':'* 'u- f,., t t- t -<
an, ii '/.n il. prI.'' II,! ':. [l' t a lIiI oii' Sul -"
,, t, facts' aibd wam of ver;. high ,ti
t t b l ', iu r l i pt 0 .e v l vh e m i
Y-. d l i ', l t'4+- ,sTr l"', ni. tt, n
M e *tti'l '!;l''r hi-i ; .i wIIS Oi'On-.
K:,' splote willthut itl.-NNew krk Amer-
ATE OF OUiO, I;IrIl UP' 'ULI6l' (
I 1
~ri.lk J. Chlie e.y mn.,ke oilth ltht! Ihe
i ,iesuiior partner of the firm of F. J.
i' eucy i CGo. doing business in .thr City
Si f!uiedu, oc6Ldity and state aforesaid, and
h allht said irid will pay the sum of ON'i^
UN D El) EDDOLIARS for each and ever
4sc of ditarr~t that caat'h6t ie cured by
: >- ,: : F K ,K J. O H U r.
use o'f Hall'a Ca041 l Cure.
.worn to lijforc mie an i subscribed itn
.Iuy .t rienco, (hi. (il6 i day of DeceInher,
.,, 186(. A Y" G`LK O ,
/ tSl, i rotarv Public.,
S' il's 8a ;idrrh Cure igs iaken internally
asid' ats directly on he blood mand nitu-
oias surfaces di' the 4ysteni. Sciid for
atiinio a1. ls. fre, .
F 1. s, E N-EY & Co. Tolenod. 0.
.Sold iy all Diuggiste. 75c.
t- T'.ik d i's F'amilv l'ills,for nonstipta
tioti. *
A Financial Deadlock. t
Who I that man who has been sit-
Sitng behind, the bar day after dayr
' (nqujlred the stranger In Crimson Uulch.
!That's -Stagecoach Charley. He's
n a pecatlinir predicament. He went to
towu IBast week an' got his teeth fixed.
et bhe come here an', bein'. broke,
lan up a bill W1 the strength of his
S$7 worth of gi1d fll1n. Charley won't
submit to hlavin the uuggets pried out,
an' the proprietor won't let him .'git
afway with tlhe collateral, an' there you
*re.".-Wsshin-nton Star.

Successful Trap Shooting.
Aim your gun a little above the shed
protecting the trap. Give the call
"Pull." Do not got rattled. Get your
bird as It Is e' mi h-g eight ,ii In fire. ni'LtIng
bout isti or -igh liiht.- -ie ahead andl n
S'ritle below It. Thle tendnc'y Is, al-
I vays to shoot too high. unot allowing
for the speed of the descent. Above
all things fire. even If you kbow you
aire going to miss. There is tbothing so
disconcerting or fatal to the poise as
to allow a fairly thrown target to get
altogether away without shooting at it
at all. When calling "Pull" put some
ginger into It. "Uark It," an old trap
shot used to say. ')bu't falter it, as
thoiugti\ pologisng for being. alive. It
hurts your confidence and rattles the
trap, pullers. If you stand with your
gun ready and mumble "Pull" three of
four times before the, target Is thrown
the chances are overwhelming that
you will rnmis.-C. Q. Peters in Outing.

A ur'blis iic'0o.
!' .-0tv 1' pt'" Aiin t s.i'' V. iI 'it v ilifto
S ir-. i l'! U'" I -'ih ailllr liud' ;i, '

"t -i. NIirys;yo the great nowa
.. . ,. r : o t o'i-.; t
*i F '* '.hIi';;. "'\V*i ln rti title tlh i i )1-

.rt ... >i;i! ht,;:rd o.f e ,:n m bal.
', ... ,i wV.e ssrvoei ift.saitiL.ry Jast ast
I'IA ti.' .*-v aiH It h"- .i tdi'u o% deck
",:I'vI.i -sa id thell. irnusing glory ast
..',ll us rhp rt'Vibid 0t a god con-
.,-|f 61if.t^ ... -."-":-.-.'*.* "' " .... '
.io imn w =jti; tg-u-r,;.tu into t a
'J.al, II,,' aiatie I' t ihe 4nwit'ndi saih tpo
lVii-- i.Via.v who Wai1 ill and ,unflt
f,.r -. ice: .
ht;,. i< ;:w, Masys; you are too weak
to I.,. I. ,r ".
"'1 ,'ii (do something, si'." was the

"Wh-it a ('" ytL ou i do?, ,. \
"1 can sound the lpump. sir. and let ea
strong ulyije eo t the ,n. "f".
Tihei hie ,aj.( down. l)by tI' pump-and
thus reieas ed for active. serve. a man
who ha.d ntl re muscle. ifli(l whe f the
fight wns ,ver there. hbe was found
with a bul. l thr.,ugh his heart.

A Useful Reflectton.
The optimist was reciting some of
the numerous articles In his creed.
Finally he came to the end. "Oh.
there is one more, after all," he said.
"On the days when I reflect how lit-
tle I really amount to I cheer myself
'by remembering how much I expect of
others." s -
S.Her Age.
"Iu inder1tand .,that hefresA Jobbina
tharried waS* rather old. What was
her age?"
"I guess as far ai '.obbins w-as con
cerned It was heritage."--Baltinore
Mf. 6tto Paul, Milwrukeo, Wis ., say
Foley's Honey and Tar is still-more
than the best 1e wrlteb; "All those
hat bought' It think it is the best for
couahs and colds they ever had nrd I-
think it i-' i il anin or- than .ia, t ,- t. O') "
Liby ha'l a bad .nll aITd it curedl hin M
in one day. PIea-i accept thankq."'Sold
by. Jno R Thon3?.se & Co;

^s-Bg Prizes for

Scrape Fruit Growers

S50 First Prize and $25 Second
S' Prize, 'Offered by the E. 0.
Painter Fertilizer Company
We offer the above prizes to stimulate interest in the exhibit at the
6ieeting of the American Pomological Society to be held in Tampa in
january, 1911. a
The prizes are offered for single boxes of grape fruit, though as many
boxes as desired may be exhibited. No entrance fee is charged. The
competition is limited to Florida products. ..
We also offer other prizes for Florida-grown products, amounting to
S early $350. Write us for particulars.
If you are going to enter this competition you will find the Painter
brands of Fertilizers a great advantage to you. They are Tilme
Trled and Crop Tested.,
Buy Q ly what your land needs. That Is the Pa nter plani.
We supply you with the soil ingredients in which your land 4.
efficientt And with the fertilizer your particular crop require.
3 Because we ship you just exactly what your land needs, and your"
crop needs, ours are the most economical fertilizers you can buy. You do
not have to buy a lot of fertilizer you do not need, to get what you do need.
+a .Write for our 1910 Almanac now and get all the particulars of the
Prizes and Competition at the Tampa Convention. -i


special Report to Lho Buuo.
Just a few notes from Farmdale
on East Bay
We have been having some nice
Strain ,showers, which our gardens
'were needing.
Mr. Pasco Davis has just moved
upon his homestead on Maddock
Mr. D. N. Reack, of Mississippi,
an experienced hotel keeper has
rented the Farmdale Hotel and
will do all in his power to please all
of his patrons.
Messrs. Dyer & Krnnmiller have
just burnt another Kiln of brick.
They are'selling all the brick they
can possibly make.
We need a canning factory to
save our frutt and vegetables. The
farmers here are raising more than
they can sell in this market.
Messrs. T. Davis and Reack went
to Panama City, Sunday, to meet
Mrs. Reack,
There are more or less stranger_?
every .day buying antd locating Iand
and cuterfng homesteads. Let
them come. We hr"e plenty of
room for several thousand settlers
and land is cheap here now.

Day rc ni Co~pally,

Washington Aense Near Bay Front.

.A 3
B.1r aftfrtorsl or LocPrfl

New Store, He loodG ,

Everlytaiug Ne

bry Goods,

Miss Martha ATifikam,' who has
been assistant postmistress at Pan-
ama City for the summer has re-
turned home; here, to attend
Mr. Reas and three sons, who
arrived from West Virginia three
.weeks ago and are occupying the
Mrs. Bates house on Basview street
lorth of Loraine avenue, was joined
by, the rest of his family making
twelve in all, last Saturday
Mr. W' AM. Conely came down
froni Bayhhead and spent Sunday
with his family in St. Andregs. A
Mi'. arid Miss Newman and M1r.
and Mrs. Marshall left for Citron-
elle, Tuesday.

Lion Foudles a Child.,
I-i Pittsburg a savage !lion fondled
the hand that a little child thrust into
his cage. Danger to a child ii somnr-
times great when least regarded. Oft
on it comes throug-h colds, croup and
whooping cough. They slay thousands;
that Dr King's New Discovery could
have saved, "A few doses cured our
haby of a very bad case of croun."
writes Mrs. George B. Dayis of Flat
Rock; N. C. "We always gdiu it when
lie takes cold. Its a wonderful medi-
cine for babies." Best for douzghs, colds
a grippe, asthma, hemorrhages, weak
lungs. 50cand $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggirtst.

Th Troubta,
"Have you ex)pilumd the e a sya-
tem to four chlkrlon? EIetryt1tlug
should be on a practical bas-hA these
"No," replied the old fashioned citi-
zen. "It seems inconsistent to tell 'em
not to believe in fairies and then try
to get 'em to believe in microbes."--
Plttsburg Post.

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Elpir toit
Caua-', walp dl,

[AU~rLfiNSU th ccbafr.
,aFraai ooa -l
VOutti'aal Cor.
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Barred theff Heels.
Once actors uses tf-Ay tha, t they
wpre goitig "to ettl' part for per-
formance:" now t *SlingIs that ono
"'gets kup ill a FPa rt.")' :k-'b jAVI.beW ne
nf t h 0 VeP':A 0! iSW 1.It rie wore'(once
thlira glildit'. 1 1a rfoi" 3' 1-1.1aft~ I, ri' *rp
tirp nfow. All ua'.tj1 .of haikv nimch
Can 1Ke sHNel' left 4'he ltala-'lii44uc'e
of erva'atriod aloru'Icd ease b thie
Napoleonic play thiit rb's lVr' '~mni
Was otie INa l'Si LSfg. the Illialst o-f
the drt-' 4 -"s 'h,'ar-SH l o'ara'' t Wup.
Posed all ,is'aa'nd s~'Pt nee.'a-r for
one of thom, 1,11-19stre alkn aIs. cIoll
of the woll 4 'J erda'tAt % wasdis-
couvertd giasyly decked" yt itn Paivavar

red ht-''''.. n. H it irt'v~ '':- o

I'lavd ;'l',.-s "'~T11.1 V lIA '' o i .i-td
\' r I: ';l a'.:, i. ilt'I nuza l lil ], not

wdib aredlnIIJ W. r froin Year
M.jL;'al tvilb'. taut 4t h 'd hIeeis."
A 8;rd'sCa ib' Fence%.
'rhi--r' a. i,11 Pe r n I Ie. t'iPad
skla'a, It, 0111-nr:11 brown irrL'n
al boutilt- rMlzv of'-1 a hiuh Laifilds

afnest 4111'nIg atl. )II M* Is been
aotnst iv t ,t I N, t 1w n.* .h la it.1-v
formIt h 1"Iam 1 11171t 1r 1 r'u then
ir Ifoliv h it iflsi

consrut ed'h )U '. t lieIQ? dFr @1 1 a m ui
formit ui"'eiJthe 1' 'a' teia emhen.
aiils tacl hru ,it sIs le Klltiped .%a f"(1t .
or-.de(i I1' I i :ll 4 a hh'We- d enu nr
woven littlvlrgis' Aof thorns 1 v %juI No
of the enoifirh ilrit -uue o ass
ne t,,i'Aug1. rqgo Ig"INpI el.)feund.
as whaedlis111Sot yib hv~if ,I IkRi~le
thors neo (f h ;thi'lgne way. @tI dlcun

the Parety of tile eggktor yo is Its-

Nowidn3-q. we its(-Pna rn
PD 1i13'for ShaRji'uWJ;ingj en'll. Ttorf-
wnas a time. bav%' t-i.,,w'aen I&'y w.'g'e
uqt-d pr'l;alril3' for 'dinlgr s unat'hlInD
eb-ae. They used to be ju-ar W Vilthazbair
un i umCV.)1ild indcikaite'-Uiy'TV t'"1,12
knivges." The a nel s tatlsail lien.s
wade of gvaaose qu~ll~s, ~st ail our ft'uat-
fathers diad up to tiut a bidi adl
Years ago. 'The iqui en 1was madam'
by hand. llf Coaurse. wkineve.r ti-e
'aIuC~tt ai f uni' would ba h- or h's 14JL
QI:ITlalclit IN uls up he pa-'finItan tob
'ut a new jpoinlt or, '" og~the o uill
This %lS t ad, lth all knifp. unt
heii'-e we1111%e te tht. t l~fha.snut.
llIved Ilite 'qu ill l''[e II it iudi'ad y'tal I

ofth wlin- 't-he 1- tlQpj li
l'ai'nhliie e ill 1111*10 Kla'$'''''
t h er I ma-' e fia o i tl l' U; le1 sIl a s ta a-'
%A,11110- th' I~ i' a ac 'a
''Jii. kknivc-," M' je!~ --'fgia
Ka'az,aa.4tsCity 141'

are Ii KtyakI*s resl'. 'i.'- :1a'
natlail. A hitEi 11tl l.

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OUR PRICES on oll manner of
Turned work, Columns, Boat
Stanchions, Etc,, Serben Doors,
Wendow aund Door Frames. Ro-
frigerat.oas. Etc.

Di. and Mrs. W. P. Crowell are
in St. >Andrcws again for the win-
tea, having arrived a few days ago
from Apklachicola, where they had
tarried for seme time. They are at.
home ih the Armstrsng co:age in
the West End-the same one occu-
pied by them last winter.
Mr. W. F. Woodfdtd,-the Farm-
dale booster, came down to St. An-
drews, Tnesday, on business, ex-
pecting to remain two or three
Mr, and Mrs. F. B. Whitfield of
Farina, Ills. arrived :; few days ago
and will spend the winter here with
Mr. W.'s daughter, Mis. Obway
Ware, Mr. W,; who is an exten-
sive orchardist at nis home in Illi-
nois, reports a complete failure of
his apple crop, resulting from the
killing frost which visited the north
late last Spring when the fruit
trees were in -bloom
Mr. Hickman of Bonifay, sheriff
'of Holmes county is here on busi-
ness and is visiting hlis fiend and
former fellow-iownsman, Mr. J. D.
Leonard. '
.-.. M.,-W..JLT arker.of Parker was
a welcome visitor in St. Andre"ws
for a short while, yesterday, and
she with Mrs. Audrey Spicer and
her two "interesting children, of
Cromanton and Miss Mary Wilson
of. Parker were pleasant callers
upon Mrs. W. A. Einmons, at her
home 'ont Loraine avenue. They
were all attracted to town to at-
tend the great clearance saie of the
Ware. Mercantile Company
Lieut'. Sheppard is home from
Dothan but finds that be.must go
there again, soon.
Mrs. J. A. M achett was calling
in West End Monday afternoon.
Mr. Chas. Armstrong and family,
Sam'1 Hilliard "and wife. Mrs. Hii-
liard and sofi, Dewey, went on a
picnic outing, Sunday with Capt,
John Stevens's "motor slhop.

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C.A! PI:TA.M ,,

Thv, Leadig Drug Store

lKnowini r is of course, the most. important,
feature of not take( all of our time to know
drug values. We .,the value on To()1LATr'PEiC1ALIEs. We
know how to select a buy the very finest that are made.

Test the Frao c ef Our f ..-M N

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Examine OurTbilet Waters

'hey are unsurpassed in peInmarency, \
1no delicacy of odor. We keep a corn- -*i
ilete assortment of the most. delicate
:lonrestic and imported petfunme and t!L' lld '
Toilet WVateis throughout our entire .
Toilet Goods Department -
Thkbe Inost lfasti(lious ta1dile is pld4ased
t We have a consignimint of Toilet Soups, Toilet Sponges and Sponges for the
(Bath that comr ne:,ror to perfection than any we eversaw. Toilet Soaps free
from impurities ore not to be found everywhere. We have them. If you want
anything in this lin,-qire is the pace to get it.
TOILET POW DERS- Theu'tenlion of all ladie who ore to haveand re
tain a beautiful oompl ion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to otr line
of delicate powder a x' -complexion beautifiers. Project the open pores of the
skin from dirt, wind 'd dust by t.hu use sf these aids to charm. N woman
(i]let is complete with uta dust of faintly scented powder over the neck and
faco,. ooth Powders, raestes. Washos, Cosmetics and Rogues of every descrit-p
tio'i. Tooth Brushei, A.tr Brushes, Combs, Manicure -ets. and all the little
toilet roquisiteb so e tial tooomfurt.-hoalth end beauty are to be found here
in endless variety. ellable F B E B lfl In this de-
partmentour stock rniplete. Our goods
Our goods- are th t makes and will not disappoint you.
We Sell all NT 2 AE OZDICINES ifi demanp
& ,H JANSENIUS, St. Andrews, Fla.

Left to a Worse Fate.
Thie tii lQs,. :. ;i.nn w'l, xshilinn

W. H. Milton,



Saw It In a Dream.
Fi.r many venis Ivoury i t.inufl'rtrer'
were try.ln.,- t devlse a mII. 'l r,:
turning out .i ii I..Ia I,ajn ., ha ,
I per'e r ;f.- t ., i.I,e and at I ,. ,:.
t(I pa i tni'lug 'wo-;eo A.i 4,.. {i| .
who strovte .to ixrfe.-r tsUf h n i' -I'.ll .
was 3ir. John Carter if' i.,f '.111an );
.l'in ('arer A& on;. well L n u- I.,,
muininavtlrqN of hfjIf a cu.,;ry ago.
WihJose | 'S-'ia 'li'i' -i :'. 1.1 ,: t a .la'
.;.- ni lit ufter M r. C'.irI;-r lju.1
ii'.. i-Ra i .g tL iftolve the i-,;ul-lm foi
a'> t lme he suddenly u -w.Ake hi.. wit:
l.y shouting .',1 "1 l.'W ,. I !L'"" n,1
ru Lhed do%% ni :.:; .- i i. I ., ti ai..
; r;.: Ir, 1 .i .t \', 1.,.' ,,f a .,. ,.,v
I.;:. a'. I" i' l I' u a., n ~ ..;" f ; ,, h',Ir
i'r I ;i'li: : 1 .l it l ill d I .' i I,
(Jl .Ii a i, ;a-l,. a :,i ., r,.a ,i h '
e ., r. arel![it '. ct. 1 1 I I ll .. i I s.,
nI I .,1f th ,' ;le '- ; .n- ;-... ah.'j |,
i:ll.- .l di .' i a l.: l .1.

Brown E:-es and_' C'r j:'o r.'nec.a.
(.';ier l,. uloii s-' I-a t.n I t a :l'e a.iul'
dI' i'\\ : 1ba s oa) I 1 I.,r,.'- | ,a ,:,.| e- of
men %% Ino would e.l.-t i, ll,-e Liltled
States Illariue corps. a,'crdiini to the
rect ulting utllhers., .
e hlarpv a bus illeld witllh llTerent
colored yarn." said 1111 o:er of thfiat
branch-of' the servli-e. "We ask the
r ,,.-.tire 1'reciult tu pl uut gret.-i
lor.- l Ui.. I i t. It' lao i -culor AJ) .rnd .li
wll Inrariala)ly pk'k all il th re'd yarn
We place 1i all back In the-box 1Wgalr
auil ask him to pick out the red Iu
nine ,'es out of tenu out will come the
gr efn.
".l:Anther straiaIlo luing I hn've no-
ticed Is thIt most persons bo arp
color blirn have I-.oov'n eyes. Uce IP
awhile a pers".n ) %lit i,.'s uf a differ-
ent color is 1n'i; i-1i Ia1:in .y, but n?.
a g)n a-, l r,.,' ,.... ;t- po'?eo'_ s w1 ii
brown eyes."- Kln-:,.. Cl y Star.
'A Regular Tem Boy
w;a. SuBio-chimbin' tr,.es and fence:e.
iu'r piin, dit-.chc., whitUlinR, always 1,et-
ting crat'hes. outs, sptrahiu, Lbrnises,
humps, ounIns or scal'Is. But laws! Her
mother juat applied Puckelainu's Arnica
Salve and :uredi her iuik. Heals ov-
er.'thiran healatbl-- boils, ilce-', ocze-
nla. old sores, corrior piles Try it. 25c
at all druc-iasts.


and "oodwoyrki ,

All Manner of Repairing, Pipe-
work, Plumbing, &c Promptly
A+t.enided to.
Of All Kinds Kept in StQck.

Fay & Bowen,
And Other Eiaglioes.

onfla i. ....'t ,i, t sia iniu fa., l,,,,,p
w ihi. i ', Ia 'l.i- A |',- 1soi
fcf.-i n In o,,s n .:1.r fl.,g ^ u,.
(.' "in III qI '. . Il1 ';
'. "If SoaI i., a'i ,, r ,i f l,.'" lad th p
visitor. tOLuIiI. at oaut iI the point.
"1 will dr(1p thi on th-P floor."
The busunes man u wa coIA. "What
is In it?" Le-asked.
"Dynamirte," was the brief reply.'
"What will it do if you drop It?"
"Blow you up!"
"Drop It!" was the instant com-
mand. "My wife told me when I left
homoe this i-moarnlug to be sure to send
up a b-ag of flour, and I forgot it. I
guess it will take Just about as much
dynamite au. you have there to prepare
me for the blowing up I'll get when
she sees met"
"'mn a married man myself." said
the dynamiter und quietly slipped out.
-lllustrated Bits.

Her Career.
"Well. has your college daughter de-
eldelD upon her career?"
"Yes; be has blue eyes. brown bait
itnd works In a btirdware store."-
Louisville Courler-Journal.

A Household Medicine
to be really valuable mubt show equal
I v good4 rasMj.ta fron Ealmeb n, cb7Ae.f
-famiUy u it4l ,sEelaflyv an aLT
nes just tLis.- W 'fOlmW'Y "
ziewn persons Foley's Honey aud Tar
la best and safest for all coughs and
coid-s. Sold b v Jrao. R. Thompson & 'o

Ho SrnokcJ.
"W hnt a In..':l of ..nioi., Is iboiut!
Do yutu nillow your hu.L'bauid to bualIie
la the parlorr"
"He doesn't. as a rule. but this
"You are very wroug to allow any
excepilot.s whatever. my dear.womau.
You ought not to allow him to sm-.ke
under auny possible clrcumstauces, even
"But. my dear woman, this murn-
ing he simply had to smoke. His coat
was on tire."-New York Journal

In i ll s

What They Will Do for Vod
SThe$ will cure your backachea
strengthen your kidneys, cor--
rect urinary irregularities, builc
tp the worn out tissues, ancd
eliminate the excess uric acid.
that causes rheumratiszi. Preo
vent Bright's Disease and Dia4
bates, and restore health anj
strength. Refuse dubstitutcs&
Sold at J. R. Tton'iEoN & Co.'s.


Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, :

Shoes, Groceries, Hardware;

Paints, Salt,

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iooat muppiimp*

A. H.




John Dillon,
Vice President.

John MiltQn, III.

- 200,000.

S"- ,
Buy, Sell and Deal in Real Es'tate, Notes. Stocks,;
Bunds; ets. ,
Fire, Accident,, Burglary nd Fldelity Insuiince. .
Lend and Borrow Money, both as principal ffld as
agent. ...
Secure Court. Official and 6ther Bond'. :.
Receive, Hold and Disburse Money atd act as Trustee
and Agents tor Others. ; -.,
By Special Agreement w'll Lend Money for Others on
Approved Security and QGuarantee its Renaymen .'



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rohn M Dillon, ,' John Milton, j., W IT Watson..
W. H. Watson, John Milton, III. H. H. Le.yi. '
J. E. Gammon, J. B. Brooks. N. A. BAltiwll. .
W. H. Milton.
Address: W. H. MILTON, Presidtent.
Mariabr a. Florida,

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Milton Land and Investment Co.

Real Estt



Shied at the Price. ":-
A noted palnter suid at the Art cl tt
ti Philadelphia. aprlpos o( phltusr'
prices' : , -. ,
"I am gllad there are not many btnl
ers like an old farmer In Center Bridr
A very distinguished- etchfr. skerethbl
In Center Bridge. made .a study 't
farmer's harn. The fut t r
to appear and said txbe hims t
the sketch. '
,- "'E 'taln't too dear.' he ad-ed rd.
tlously. '
"*Oh.' said the etbher, who. moak"
$12,000 a year, I won't Charge you
anything for the sketch,, bute'-- -
"His eye lightedoai the pigpen, "*
"'But I'll tell you' what. You cna
give me one of those ulce little pitk
sucking pigs there.' .
"'Why, man.' sald the farmer wr't 1
a rowt. 'do ye'know whba thet pig '
Is 'worth' T, they're wbrth a dulla
apiece.' "- Exhange.L ;. c ,

Cooking a Har.-' ."
"You've belid the recipe for cooling
a hare?" :
"Yes. .~Iirst (tcli..yourr bar." -
"No. Fi-rst caich your Ceook."-Clevb
land Plain Dealer. -

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Two Mistakes

0. &oreaetd the Other
A it &on interval.


odqtVwui uigo. by Amea Ki Prew

Returning from shopping, I opened
Iny reticule to take out some samples
when. to my surprise. I found entirely
o(tfferent contents from what I had ex-
,eatod. In abort, I bad htid my own
vaticele down on a counter and picked
mbp one belonging to some one else.
I Among the articles I found inside
m. -a. slip of paper, on which was
S Daret Uittle Mary-Meet me at the
% ;untain tomorrow at S o'clock. I have
&Uada all arrangements. We will be mar-
5dat. the rectory and take the evening
a, E for B. Don't let your fears get the
S ter ol you. Ranember. 6 plclook sharp.
wA be them bait an hour earlier. If
on think you bad better come veiled
violets. Your loving J.
1 Fifteen years before .1 had received
.a Indeed, there was
ijI.r to the bandwrittiug

-#;u.r 'a. wttiiti I hifd bee obliged
4'' as before the moueyoon was

A suafden tBoiltit tituck the. How
f onuld It do for me to keep this girl's
Appointment a trfle.ahead of time, im-
S resonate heT, veiled and with violets?
91 could find out Whether she W*d llbotit
to wreck her future or marry a true
Snan. If the former, I might save her.
At half past 4 I sallied forth, bought
the violets of a street flower vender on
the way and at a quarter to 5 entered
the square. I knew well how to as-
Sjiume a hesitating step. for I bad "been
here" before. On nearing the foun-
atain, looking out for J.. I saw a man
iUoking eagerly at the violets in, my
band, but of an age more suitable to
n elopement with me than a young
srt. As I drew nearer something in
iis face and figure appeared familiar
46 me. Then I stopped, overpowered
rIth astonishmerrt.
No. I was not mistaken. He was the
nen who had been my husband. Pif-
whyeao make a marked difference
S- = s one's appearance, and they had
ihoanged him more than they usually
S iange men.
I was now more than ever bent on
atg. the part. He joined me, and
R a whisper, as though I had lost my
through excitement. I said:
.Take me where we can talk. I have
iomething to say to you." He replied
at bin auto was waiting on the street
fd led-tble way there. I got In the
o anto. and be ran it out of tbo town.
"1I am not satisfied about this pre-
S marriage of yours," I said.
"*Great heavens! Haven't we gone
that sufficiently? You have heard
Se nation, and the lnst time we
S l expressed yourself entirely

'"I don't like your laying the blame
t your wife. It we were to have
tmuoble and separate I suppose you
would lay all the blame on me."
He turned to look at me as though
'taken aback at my words. He could
hot see my face for my veiL but his
eyes were fixed on that as if they
irould pierce it.
"You women are all atike," he s-ild
S recently. "We ,n, no sooner etanud
ou on your feet than you fall down
i/ atraln. Here at the ItMt minute you
*re bringing up what I have bcen at
s cwhl Inaflunite pains to settle."
r "But. tltl me. don't you Maime her?"
*"No. I don't. I blinwie iuyelf rather
thiAn, her. A lewly wedded e iir are
like two |er::ouz noalilig diwn a tortu-
(ius chlannio full of r'cks anid ilnags..
it is tih line n's. pl'rt to keep hlils h.:,d
diidi aster the bLoit. I .u''ip.s 'd that
hlneynii>ons were alwii.s Lbi ht thb
:" ilue inil"!l'a. I found luy wifo a
kirey to anil .sorts of t'mporury emuo-
'" n,4-olti ilinnliiilt Ivhi"'g, the next Ir-
liibh!o. the i.-.t hle.i*lutiin.;, the next
-i-spoilident. I should hlVe kui,,wn that
!' t hl'. at h'ini to si'ttle te( nllierauients, is
S*omIndlthion to thi exieuled-an reaction
pn' rileu realiihig that one's fate is Irrov-
a.. ably linked with another pcrsoinali-
rv. Hteldes,. sb, was vatry young. You
'tire ten yveurs older than sihe was at

lm'i/. hat time. and I confess I have looked
*s ytu for more steadiness.. I na.
3 uch disnppoinled."
"A woman of my age should have
nore sense thuua to ,lope."
i "You krow. the rensou for that. If
.bour father anid ianoher had not an ab-
ikmrd prejudice agat-inst your mnrrylng
..-- dor.ttd man we inl.ht be married
-i-.n. - .. .,, m, one n.,.'..

fr, you would not ea're to tr.- it ng:iln."
I"The elopenmnt har nothing to do
'*llth either case. Two pei-ople elect to
unite. The metllod of their doing se
a mere- iniat'rf of sentiment."
' Ter. was at aifente for a time-at
hest nothing but the chiugg:ing of the
k" ito. We- were both thinluing. he
S probablyby of the fickleness of woman.,
I of how a trifle nirty turn the whole
tirreit' of t*or lites. For yet ns I had
S Iomaldered tfiat I had' martrihd a brute.'
true, I had ftoiHild thlit he hiad turn.
4d out to be' sfldc. btif I &lid not doubt-
O d that May ilterp'etation. of hkn Was
tortect. And now I found him accus-
himseif of a waut of tact in his
onrmer treatment of me. his bride, and
laying no blame on me whatever.
I bellpev that feelings may be con.
Veyed without outward signs. I felt
I loved and, who loved me, by a sense-
less tiff, I was reunited to him by a
tharveloUs coincidence. Had not the
*oman he was ta have made his see-
- iend wife put, his note in fier reticule-
S d left it on a counter, had I not
.iken- it up by mistake, I would not
have been in the nick of time in a po-
iltion to take what belonged to me and
d fjl;Vpriate it to myself. The reticule
pkiaa hera; ftle man was mhiie.
I never asked my husband how he
t, xplaned matters to the woman with
Vhom -he had intended to elope. I
uonsidel'ed it none of my business.

Moreover. w.is not hilerested In It.
But I d'd ii-;l hint if lie did inot s81s-
pecrt t!at tt.e .,'ri.l I hw,'-id lilm In the
auto wa; rxjot the '.unv he expected to
meet. IHe ti!d lint, ttint., while he did
not srLtriew1-t me. el' f.el thtiit there was
something in thiln rFuntion foreign to
what was intelidel. My vok.ce. he sld.
was ftic onlr. real ditiktltv In the way
of a perfect d eeltil"n.
bat his boart was not In this second
marriage. Possibly I may have judged
by something In his tone, possibly by
an absence of desire lu ble words. He
was too rational for a lover. I won-
dered If ho wer,' iiot lent on marriage
to eacapo loneliness or to help him to
bury a melincli:.ly memory. I deter-
mined to apply it test.
"You have been con-'dleridig mo vac-
illating,." I sald. "Now you seem to be
undecided yourself. And I am not
quite sure but you aro right. Suppose
after we are married you slonld meet
your former bride. Ruppote she should
admit that In a conditionn new to her.
a very young girl lho hnd tri patience verely: that sait" hld mits-
takpn you; that she deplored the break
between you and her and would gpie
years of her life to undo what she hlad
done. You would then look upon your
marriage with ma as a chain of slav-
He said nothing for some time
When in did hli word.-, tilrled me:
"Candor eompels me to admit that
I would."
I leaned back op the cushion as
though wu.?i dllaij.olntcdL I nm no,,t
"strei b ut I o pb' (ptid the deception of
a sigh. ITi t mood was indleated by
the sRped he was driving the machine.
I was tempted to tear oiT my veil imn'l
throw my arms about his neck. But
I dared not. A.-s his bride I hind boon
a girl. Now I wnas appro:m.hlng mid-
dle age. Another dpnouement to this
singular frani ( of fate occurr d to me.
I wvou'd -i with lilui to te (church.
then rcv'e.l in3 'If.
"W\ ll." I .'i.:t. "It 1i- time th;it we
stop thJli; lei,'e'4l-, an11 l tillu;'. ,hti:ll
show ,ou'il h.it I hiuve rmiort' sfood'inri'-i
thun you su;[ o. ComIe: turn about.
Let utl t l. l ht 't, :'y."
1'Villiout it word lihe turn -i i.': ti-3.
chine, and we iere roon :I Jid ; 1-"
rhe o ppi l-te d!hi' trl-a. Nrti'h:-r Isp,'l..
for some time. I wontlore d of what
he wns tliinh:-ru'. l'(rhilap nthat lone-
llnes.sw.ihl-th omi (, cr n .-lng.'' inlan
after lie hi.s i':,'s. d ihe h-d(.Iy of
youth wol injo'. I' '# nld >l Or wasn
he tl;l!ung of Il. s lSrid., c,f Ofteen
year tlfore-? 11'li.n v rltw tilup at
the rectory. heft ro (iiOtli th i- !i' %1id:
"Thiere I; yt ilii:oI ti r n -o:..'hihr ttil
most liu,,ortautl ;.ii In I yill" lIf. If
you hnve no it perfCct f nttl(,i,.'e In me
I beg of you t1 o wioitldraw Ifior.t, It s
too late."
"If I h"r ei v .icllationa now it Is In
you, nuit In .i ."
lie g'ot iiI of the aniit. but not wlIth
the ,jrllrhgy step o'f ia gr-.Lm. f kilow
he was %. w-avy !:y I vw o.l:r_ 'ar-
rents. W\Vlhti,'t r "Ter. Is f.-.,-us, be
woultin rnit 'r'f-I'. flrm ti e p'raltion he
had taken.
We were rep el ve by tlhi roc tor. wb'
had teen e!i4e tfig in for bi'ine tirn.
I e puct-d I.-s i ..ro a nu! :t' l. too; up
hbls mryer bc'/). muld w.itth] f',r tii, t'
take and when reinotvlug the hli-t fold turn-
ed and looked nt the gt-ni4m.
He had pot weu me rIr.c I was
plghte'n. Now I wats thIrty-threc. hot?
he knew me at oice--that i., he knew
me as Foon its he could lten-.vr from
his aqtonbhentr.t. And tili f', t that
his bride wrrai the .';te nl bho ltrid
stood by years tf'r, r'Oi r.'TId ih-'t tew-
toinishlmout -iiat ir an a o.nii.,r ,'i of Idiau
thaei n a nur l I!.;'-r'ess.lhl. lIe st(.od
lookir~g at !it (l.:i:evd.
"Gv.;n he. oxcl.ili'Kvd nt l it.
Witllh lh- two t;i'rn I.I' ." ': .: mi t.he
ono wulillg to kltiow\v whtit t-'e r'ne
mennt. the ,,'il .r L,.'w I in-.; e tz, K',
there in i)!ai'i' ,'f ih,,, 'm:lail I.' et ,'<.tl
, an exphi nittkr I 1<1i ;o to t h.il* r't'(or.
telligi himu bi lefly tlihe elJri-u -ltIc's
\Vhen I habl tlhul-l-d I tI'jrn 'ro .Wdin. wonderltg whit e'ire. k-a I
- wouki find there. I sra' *r i.n -o h;iat
!}e wv.s efigr to ktiiw \ % :t w r..-u'd the outoiie of th's cI.;ii" I. 11;L'. tri.
It mean I pu l.!!5nh it:t. ri',,- Tr '~.-i ul'
It lend to a r< orn'll!.i i;..;,? I r..; ;',.,
to the questlon n'a;: d lby -.- -V-. v. ilhi
my lips. I gave him a c.:il... \\it' na
profound slch rf r- l'ef he t(r:.t'd t'i t!''
r-lergyman and r.n;d:
"Proceed '
The rector secnu-d pn?.r.!'l. Evl-
dently the Rlruatl..,n flisih r: d hlni: l r,!l.
being in holy orders, with a ihl'.-.i
man's antaignnlsisu twnid ni:rr. lug

divorced people and a i-hlumhuilinii's.
pleasure In reunIling those v'io lEave
been separated, lip was not long, lin r
covering his equanimItyI. li h,,L--dl
at me for my as: ent. But hit lo.-, 'l
in vain. I gave no nrisent. Ni'tith-r
did I express dissent. Ho l.ol.e.i to
the groom for Instru, lions an-l doubt!-
less received them, for without fur-
ther delay he. began the ceremony.
_.te ature what
tao-t '-wei.' 4 si~el -ue: ,wr *nnc. tacje
this man to be your wedded huiliautd?
I hesitated for a moment, thenu said
firmly, "I will."
Both men gave a sigh of relief.
And so it was that. while I was sep-
,rated for fifteen years from the man
Death Was a Live One.
While on the way to the race track 3.i
New Orleans one day several wintery
ago an undertaker named Mr. Dooley
passed a funeral procession ot its waay
to the cemetery. Dooley had a friend
with him, another Irishman, who ex-
claimed, "'Sure, death always wins."
There happened to be a horse entered
that day named. Death, and ho won
with ridiculous ease, Dooley winning a
good bet on him. Dooley told ll his
friends of the incident, and they all
went out to the course the next time
Death was entered. He won every
time he started for thirteen races. It
was near getaway day, When every
one was packing up ready to take the
last train for New York. The horse
was sold that afternoon at an auction
sale, and the hluyer was Mr Dooley.
He hitched him a month later to a
hearse, and the horse became fright-
ened and ran away and was not Stop-
ped until the graveyard was reached.
After the burial Dooley had the horse
shot and buried near the cemetery.
"Ycu're a dead one now., Death," said
)ooy, "'but a liv e e in those thir-
t'-.pna r' ..-:! "-- Tlthuore Areurican.

A Labor Day1


How a Laboer Tested Hi Socal

Copyright, 191% by American Pres
Association. I

When Bob Nebblns came to L. and
set himself up to join the social cir.
cle romiposed of young people it was
a grqve question whether he was
to be admitted. I have never known
so many divefbe views about any one.
Some complained tbat be dressed like
a tinker instead of a gentleman; others
complained that wben he did put on
fine clothes they were foppish Some
of tlWe youug men thought him clever.
Most of the girls trisldered him a
Notwithstanding that he wna gen-
erally disapproved by the girls, no one
of them would take t e rusponsibllity
of slighting bhim. Miss Arletta Price. It
Is true,. was very cool to bni., but MIss
Price bad said openly among her girl
friends that she proposed to "be some.
body" In the msecil world and to do-a
thnt she must omnrry a rich inaLi Mis.-
Dora Laraway, who was perhaps the
host independent limoug the girls,
took up Mr. Nebbihs. but it was said,
that sbe did so because she liked to
be contrary. I mention these two girls
because they represent the two ex-
Just as Nebbins was acquiring a d.-
clal foothold along comes Tom Kir-
shaw, who the year before bad left
L. to go Into business In. the city,
and en-s that he had seen Mr. Neb-
bins worknlug In overalls In a large
manufacturing concern. A halt was at
once called, and many were of the
opinion that no more invitations
should be extended to the workman
until more was learned about him.
Miss Price th4 next time she met him
cut him. Miss Laraway, with her usual
contrariness, was more gracious to him
than ever. The rest of us were di-
vided. The situation was rather an-
noying, because Nebbins had been te-
celved within our circle, and. once ad-
mitted, it was not easy to oust him.
Ed Gifford. one of our number, who
prided himself on going straight at
things, asked Bob If It was true that
he bad been a workingman. Nebbins
admitted that it was. Gifford attempt-
ed to' follow the matter up with other
questions, but Nebbins admonished
him to mind his own business.
Common sense. prevailed. Those who
declined to turn a cold shoulder to
Nebbins because be tad been a greasy
mechanic carried tho day, and, al-
though he was not especially welcome
among us after this, he was at least
tolerated. We wondered what be lived
on. He had come among us at the be-
ginning of the summer, atd it was
expected that be would leave early fit
the autumn. Probably the fact that
his stay among us was temporary con-
tributed to our willingness to treat
him considerately while be remainned.
" Notwithstanding the disadvantaged
under which Nebbins labored, he grad-
ually made friends. I don't mean that
he was In' any way a popular man,
even with those with whom he became
most Intimate. After it became known
that he had been a workman this
fancy of his for putting on mean
clothes seemed to be explained. In
other words, he was an instance of a
workingman trying to be a gentleman
and only half succeeding, or, rather.
now and then suffering a relapse.
We young men found Nebbins much
more endurable--not to say attractive
-than the girls. There were a few
girls who, like Miss Price, made no
scruple of turning the cold shoulder to
him; there were those who neither
avoided nor sought him and a few who
In a spirit of kindliness treated him
cordially. Miss Laraway alone posi-
tively favored him. But Miss Laraway
had laid out for herself a life of work
and had accepted a position as teacher
to enter upon her duties the following
autumn. On this account probably she
had less Influence with us In a social
point of view than any of the girls.
Indeed, Dora's social position was not
fixed among us. Some of the girls,
though they worked with her in
church duties and were familiar with

her at such times, forbore to invite her
to their homes. She was as refined as
they and more Intelligent than most of
them. Indeed, there was no difference
between her and them, at least nonb
that was not to her advantage, except
that when her parents bad first come
to L. they had neither been Inclined to
onter "nocietr" nor had they the means
to enable them to do so, Indeed, Dora
had been taken up by a few of those
tSlBl mi" eaf W -e6oue, and.
-She .-lad hiow'. .
others accepted her or not.
Miss Price was the girl whom all
her associates looked up tb as, one
bound to achieve prominence. She was
really marked -for a star career.
Affable to all, she knew how to draw a
distinction between those of her set.
and others,- just as a gentleman knows
how to be on easy terms with his
coachman without permitting that
coachman to become familiar with
him. She recognized a certain kind of
merit in Dora Laraway and undertook
to patronize her, but Dora showed no
appreciation of her kindness, and it
was withdrawn. Some ef us thought
that one reason for Miss Price's snub-
bing Bob Nebbins was the fact that
Miss Laraway was disposed to be his
Such was the situation when La-

ed about
was a g
the girl
being t
they ow
ruled b,
Idea of
lot wer
that th<

-it wA;
ed wai
the milii
and vniw
dress tl
rest chi
door o
open a
when n
tMe i

I *" f ...I...I oULUU. bLou
5 snl I Invitatluns to us all
apper proposed to give that
S'evea ils departure. What
d us Is tbhat he In. ludled
'ho h1bt n oi to hin and
oe w, lad itul hl:im after hb
altted be hald w Iork:,d il a
* Eve as Price wasI inltIed.
nxt'! a was. What.were
Sfit W..it., We felioWs
-he (c1ub. b1ut
t. ,rticular bout their
s' aIt' oi aas wdmuen. aud wo"
fu ber4 ta btatidment from
ami cit l t oat be would go to
|I or be *uld do as lie pleas-
t l. eorstdod that thero
odea discussion among
Is, o .mwhom-Mi3ss Price
lie Iri iover-thought that
'e t t rtt t r social position to
in body ut they were over-
y .-w .did not relish tme
!ig i 'i4 e supiroer. A third
e' ( t enough to assert
S ou, i~ept evn if ull thlie

I I t for tlit sp upifer
-.o'f r -ws the h'.ucr tfli'
ftn It i'very oune In vt.
r'.,P -Ajbinias met us int
t u. I 4t was vur stirpris:-
irnitt ia-.tnne caei-. to tN'
d n '~ l hi [ Finf lil In full
vIvaome coni-sldre.-dl thh!s
n ot . ullyt oni-third
:ITy eft the place. Thb.
ted no another fill hilc
the -' orm, wna thrown-
W% e Waer stDod. tOLd
ry t re e vl:ia.-l.. and
*ev Hat rIt slqnl from
S ?'^rs wvoro r.', nv,-d'

There 4 -h
feast 14
and chIt
Neb s lWan
while Iv of
expmplep:t few
Ing .rhp rwi llu t
wyhi!., o;hi-'. r
very ril f t1 t
muttt-rlag i.al
the man who
such a suppt'r.
he ia.ssed out
"You oy lI
Is ah 1' -i1
ed f n' o to
above hibi -stit
to the 1onletv
Nebbilp- ri.rsee
ed Imnortr.r- Wi

Both Spe
This indicate
Kidney Pillsa
Creek, MNib,,
afflict,.d ith i
and bladder tI
no rel ikruftili
Pills. These
mt ailment, .
acho and ,sev
annoying t:rin
steady user of ,I
meentireT! of
They ha'e
io ." Sold

30x50 inhios,
showing all
boihliings -iH
one acuntemplh
ort) in town.
jlliles of oeasl
.var.l from D
bi acing Old fc
ro.pouiding t
o.une Dollar,. a

3 w.ie a surprislugi

Switch cracker,

.nunch bhid portion
tests followed his
naituredly accept-
ot'er; pnrudj:l-V .

e. here r.nd tlrec
ons on the h,,ad of
Id luvite gi.sts to
-aof the guests as
6 d fld:

tcwi to rl.,
ek-s adirn-.Ilon
h glass and bow-:
l fi rtirir,.' p"to.-

'id Effective.
aotiQ o4 Foley's
g. Parndus, Battlo
-tos: "I have beon
re case of kidney
for which I lound
ii ,Foley's K:d.iev
me etirrely of all
:trouled with baok-
Ooting pains with
regullarities. The
a Kidacy Pills rid
y former troubles.
ghest recojr.medda-
'io. Thompson &

srecly platted andi
i more- important
f'groat value tn aity
iAg puiircliasihg pirol,
It covers abont foniu
9liie, extending east
r's Puil.t tu anl emi-
.Androews, with cor
rtitorv inland. Prie,
tthe -JUOY Office.

A handsomely
oilation of an
year; four moo

Branch otuli

G Graded Schools
iboye do l
R;veB Book, o
Sfaction." Dr. :
"f lui apraotlda
equal yours.*'
h -..L

a yA ruggist&

FOLr l M Sold in St. An
ror eadreoeoasf*, csta. No opiate* CAL I
-' a I I I .Iua a n ~ mn- Mio

for backache, rheumatism, kidney
Foley's Kidney Pills purify the bloo

S1d irr S3


drinking hl-; lal!th In cold water.
The (lepariure of this person left
half a doz:.ii a-ln naii ls rtanuy.v girls.
all of whom :iuit dg.d h;ituredly inuuch-
Ing crackeirn aIId chlce When It be-
came apparent to tbe host ihat those
who remr:ilned were ,itht disposed to
upbraih him be stood up, unbuttoned
bis overnlls. threw them off and stood
before thui In events dy res.
"Coarel,"b" soa l.
A alter t oncd a door, and Neb-
bins kd t<1e wway into an Adjoining
rozn, wliheh stood n table with a ilac'e
for e t b mne of those remninIng at the
suplpr party. Sealing themselves at
the ttiloe, n re-l sulpr wasi served. It
settIned th.it their ho.st had rnnliacked
the uttirinost parts of the earth to find
delk'l(- s. As to wlu-t, few of those
preaenr had ever drink wins' of such
dcllclous tlaivor. The host, too. was in
keeping wlrh hle feast lie offered. Cer-
t.alu lauhtrismsul th.t he had evidently
up to this tiM:u lliusou'i l wvore dropped.
and he appe-irdl a li iln -utlleoin.
".My gile.sts." he sioil. "you who re-
main I couut ltiy friends, and so far
as I anm eti.ucer.n.d you wI11 illwnys re-
main 'uvh. Thuse who have retired
are to [ie a plrt (of th- great wurld In
which I exist. You. on the contrary,
are luonxpresaMIly.near to me. I owe
you an explunitl'i. and will not ask
you to wait for it larger.
"First of all. I nia a workinginan;


IU R. Land Office at G.iinesville, Fla.?
November 5tth, 1910. (
Notice is hereby given Ihat Willie II.
Shrrer, whose postoffice addtass hi Chin-
ley, FloridR, did on the lst day of Apri.,
1910 file in this office sworn ,statenuite
iind Application, No. 06826. to purcha.re
th, ni of swi and set of sw* Section 1.
Township 2 south, Rtinga 16 west, Talli-
naase-c Meridian, and tb..-, timber thereon,
untider the provisions of the act of Junei
:, 187Sr. and act aniendatorv, known as
lho "'Timber and Sitnen Law," al such
value as niightl I.e fixud by appraisei.ent,
anid that pursuant to such applicatiuii,
lie land and limber thereof lhve been
appraisedd Four Hurdred anid Tseiilv
Dollars; the tlitli r estimnafed at -10.0110
board feet at $1.25 per Al, and 1411,UIII
blo..rd feet at $1.50 per M., timber Ihere-
on has a ditminet value of $1.00 per
acre for turrenlineo p'rr.osol. and thIb
laid $40.00; that said appl-cant will ulf'er
final proof in support of his application
and sworn statemeiit on the 18th day of
Jailnary, 19111, lefoie the clerk of the
circuit court tt Vernon, Florida,
Any person is at 1iierly to proetst this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
lest tt aliy time before the patent issues
bj' filing it corroborated affidavit it, this
office, alleging facts which would defea)
the entry. HEnar S. CruuBU, Register.
U. S Land Office at Gainesville, Flit.
NovemnIer .-,, 1910.
Notice is hiereby given that James W.
C rmichael,, whose p-'sluffiee .d'res is
Po"it WVashingtuii, Florida, did on the ltl
day of Jiile, 1910, file in this office sworn
St.ilenient and A pplicallin. No. 07195, tu
punliii se the nii. o' nti SSec. 11 and ni of
n\it of' section 12, tow nlhip 3 soUtli.
fiige IS west, T-illaihas-ec Meriidinn,
and tl.o timber theraoii, under the pro-
visions ol Ihe act of June 3, l178. And
acts aniclidaiory, kuown os the "Tiutlier
anid Siil'on Law," at sach yalue as nmiitil
he fixed by hppraiseinent, and that, pini-
sunlit to such applieanion the land and
tlumber thereon have been appraised, at
Four Hundred and FRighty-five Dollars,
the timlor estimated l.50,UO0 hoard feel
at $1.50 per NM, and tinlher has a dis-
hlnrl velue .,'-$ll 0 per acre tor turpen-
Snlie purposes, and tlie land $100l.00; that
saiin auplicanii will offer final pioofl in siip-
purf oft his application and saoru state-
ment on the 18th day of January. 1911
belurc he cleik of the circuit court tli
Any person i ilat liberty to contest this.
piir liale liefore entry; or inu'inle a con-
e-t at any time before ateiit tissues, lIv
filing a corr..'borntd affidavit in this ol:-
tice, alleging facts which would defeat
ihe entry. HEaNRY S. Cause, Register.

Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office a' Gainesville, Fla.
November 2d, 1910.
Notis e is hereby given thit Joseph A:
Gloyvar, ,f Noles. FJori'ia, who,on Juno
2, 1)19, made Honieteial' entry, Seiial No
0.4'i6 for i2!. .,[ fi s I e'lon 1 ,rid ci of
he',y ofooclioin 2, towuship 2 soutli h, railgee
15 west, Tallthasaue Meridann, has filed
notice of inlntiton to niiuke final conimmii-
tilon proof, to esltallish claim to th,-
lund above described, before the oouintvy
jusge, at Vernon, Florida. on the 14th
day of Deanilher, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: Wiley
Dixon of Millers Fcrer, Flob ida; Willie
Gainer. Morgan For'-yth and W. U. Woods

of 1,outhpvrt. Flolid .
SHisRVy S. CIInIB, Register"
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla
Oclther 22d, 1910. f
Notice is her Iv given that James NT
'oleman. or Soutl iort. Florinn, wl n on
December 8, '1908, made Hotne-tid Eintry
Serial No. 0947, for % J ifnali eclion 31,
town ihipl south, range 14 west, Tallhas-
see Meridian, has filed oii oli.e of iiteniion
.to'a&ke.'fiual counimutaiioa prpaf t,, es-
.ftalisbh ilaimn.to the laud abovaoe described
I e fore the clerk o01the cirnuit courtr f ait
Vernon, Flordia, on the 30th day of No.
.^inber, dlO.
Claimant names as witnesses: Willis
Well.s, Charlie Russ' Perry Ellerlee and
Will Gurganious, all of Sovthoort Flor-
ida. HxNRY S. CaHBB, Register.

Department of the Interior.
October 8, 1910.
Notice is hereby 'given that Perry S.
Ellerbee, of Murfee, Florida, who, on De-
cember 17th 1908, made homestead entry,
?erial, No. 0991, for noi ofse)4 and sef of
nej section 4, and swi of nwYl, and nw*-
of swi section 3, township 2, .souti,range
15 west, Ti llihassee Mecidian, bhas fiitd
notice ot intention to make fiial commu-
tatin proof, to establish -laim to the
'and above described, 1 before the clerk
ot the circuit court, at. Va-non, Florida,
on the 18'h day of November, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: S. L. EI-
lerbeo, C. E. Murfe'e, G. W.-Mortrell, M.
S. Murfee, all of SMurfoe, Flaorida,
IRNSy S. CHUBB, Register.

adder trouble, and urinary irregularities.
-re lost vita ity and vigor. Refuse substitutes.

c'rew By Jno R. Thompson & Co.

t .UUl). itl UiI-IiL... Ll nIU, No tAo-der H. Was .Dia.sted.
and other were b.th of the labor V, t, ',i'I ,',rh 'i -
clinis. ailn I Ih:':-.e tiloiwed In .their ,
f'.otsitI'i-. i.. I :iu mLiore fortunate ,- "i
thanii io.t luibol ri In thils-uiv father hnvi' .,s e 0 of- i', f re 'r
and mother woi ki d h:.rd iunl saved tin 1. s M.wiN4orP. ie tski Pr*-
to give tue a l.t-ter educatlun than feor .
usually falls to thloe o.f my cl.irss. All ur 'or., is i f -i" t .
that I tii is duie to them, God bless "Whiteft % o ttn .;r lt 4 1.k
ihem! I worked aord studied at the Into the ft found. nuld by tnll '-1 ni:' t,,
sanm time. i'wvrciH-neo betowed upon an nruluw,;nt il oe iit lth vI,- -ra
Ine a g:it. I L,cmin by lurenting ma- b1 h6ll.trd tI r h")" (.' iw is ...t lr
chines to save Ilabor ar.n- end!t~d by in- Professor M.MIntiuLi. TLe ext morn-
Veuting thetin to gh e tica .e.alth that Ing som.I>ody enll-1tA fo PIelr and via
I might help my fellow* ir,'n. I have other mTnJbfrs of t&e ep.diffot.n td
succeeded be..yold my !hlihest hopes. come 1out al d watch the Msknimo. 1 .
"I lblltve tlh:it Ih Aii. 1i a Inlor Is re- was s.tic spec-table, that there Is no prejudice the ground and hanging his piece oa
agilusit it 1s lUbor and that any In- tre on top of theta. He next 'tI
borer who beco:res reflued can find a dne end hf the wire to his mouth and
place amonn- The \Iest people of the talked f anf tei top of his voice.
land, If be wxliles to do so. To gratify Then he hurried to the o6thel end anid
a wilm I tin:o. here among you. I held the w-ire tin tifin etar.i expecting to
have found that -a place anit.ng the bear his oin' w oa riffiated. Whbet
beet hAis beni open to nip. You lire the he failed to bear any sound lie looked
l.st. For tour ifer,.'L I care not." it his white friends in dilst.---Chi
Dtirlng thi-:e r.tr.r;ir;s we all looked cago Tribune. -
at oile' '-iotlhr. ,nl'it remeinbering a .iit
somo o'?:i.l been as blinielh- as our host had as- The snail is fouudeverywhbere. ove
sumed. I criife.--, reunemnivrlng cer- 8,000 species being known.' Some O
rain times when Nelbilnrs appeared at the large tropical salatl, as bullma ,
his worst I hI.d l..hd I tr.ilht not be form nests of iedea. {'ier tgs bete i
seen wlib hiin, I blu.:,:-il for my want as large as a pigeon's. Tohe^niall li '-
of lude-ii' idi- N v.' fihel.os we all tremely skillful in mending ltt 'td ,
felt very b:i,!.,y nt havi:-g stood the and some curious expetimerits may be
tet anda d_iu.lss rejoice'l that we made with them. Thus I bave seen aL
would be able to crow over those who helix of a yellow species attached to
had not another shell of a reddiab ii ue.,. ". --
Naturally re all- looked to the girl ring o' the'top '"WhUih .f -.,tl*%4-,aw'. AP
who had bcen foremost in standing by when tbe snail will proceed to wl -
Blob Nebblus. Noticing this. he said: the two -shells together and'occupy
"There 'Is one among you who has both, using the addition as-a dor .
not needed to be deceived. A few possibly wondering at this sudden e*
days ago I told her what I have told tension of its house. In the wiit' '
you this evening. I have her permis- some of the smnill hibernate or lie do
sion to announce our engagement." mant until warm weather. A snail of
It was not necessary that he should the Philippine Islands has a faculty ot
mention Dora Larnway, for she put throwing off Its tail when seized. This
out a red signal Immediately. is also true of a West Indian variety.,
There was much disappointment stenophus.-Londou Telegraph.
among those who had left. As for
Mliss Price. she is still looking for a A BroughaIn Pun.
man with a fortune to start her on her John Brbugham was celebrated foe
career as a social leader. his ready wit, and a story is told of
him and Pat Heettrne. wbo was the
Who He Wasee. Canield of his day. Hlearne was a
The "cub" reporter i lthe greenest lg man naud add-tAld to flashy waIist-
l'eporter on the staff of a newspaper. .coats. In oue ot bls purts liroiugllia
When anything particularly stupid ;mde unp to .-eiilI H arute and woro
happens on the paper he Is the -one a p;art'Vua.rly, o:d and gaudy walist--.
Ilrst to be accu-ed, ind he is usually c Ot. iea'ne's ff(icald. perts tedl biit
rightly accused. The only salvation to go to sta the play. t, alltiptin g
for him la to Improve. which he does m uht*ldt'rab{le unirit'tiw&t ttil hit -i.
In nine senses out of a d 7-no. The Bos- pe. ,- .y -w<'re coining out of
Ion Journal told recently of an amus- th-thetlter he wis asked what bce
Ing "break" of n wholly innocent nl- thMu:hft if ihralougtit's 'i't-rfl'rian.t '
ture which a certain cub made. -.. bit4 0 i' noI. \'Wy. I waitAu't
The reporter bad oeen sent to a sub- ov i s',.h a w ,A'-t sh'itlinighiaf ,
firb to report a sermon. ife arrived late, near the close of the service and aiow t thy ., .t itirta -ltry is-
took a seat near the door. iVhen the ty-." "is -olke-iuns ad iitef
6ast hymn was over he asked his neigh- Wla u .I
br. ant elderly gentleman: T -,i,, ,,
"What was the text of the sermon' The Sf6Atitso,. Utij't Appeal.
"'Who art thou?'" answered the "Charti.' .Ai,~-Iti- 'lglred E
^autshioner. young lmdy in the I1,or of the 4on- r
"Boston reporter," replied the other. crt te tll. o W n ,n avenue. -it
The man smiled. Subsequently he is n *irlyt 12 od olk., .
told the preacher, wiho next Sunday 'yes. Plinda." wa8s t breaking
told tho congregatlon--at the cub's-,ex- resc ols ot th,.'p;P.i'> c.,mpanmio,
. 'who wvas sitlinu ( I' ll 4i o-sofin t nidd
IW'SnO. .r. r, '"thel niiile hantd M dOrai lng

He Came Down Light. closer to theI liai' IlFani. intd whi'n th
A Chicago bo rd of true man who time of midnight I.-< c.itiiie he Ittwt
was not In the habit of attending belnd-< will i tm'u tS "In. O(i, I'nt.-r ( .
Church was taking a walk one Runadiay hug tl-li nN-," ,f p,m,iid uIN b ,-
morning, and on co'ilifj" f chiurchb erlly *-'inRinai i im- n<'rifi4nr i aar. j
at the regular hour of servit.e he de-. ute ht.tld. O""h" nt' -th i..* .. ...
cided to go In. Aa br entered the au- g etii of 1 ti,,. two luins "t'- t _:
ditorfum in whk-b the pews were ud- bol.-t.l Of .' .-
justed upon a sloping flutir nO usher She bhKr- aItwny %.v-O f tf mi4 i ,-
hepped forward und. wtsh!ng to, con- her feet. ~9. C ,irlH's ',,ry Smlith.
suit him as to lonalfon before coti- the retortid u rily. "tlh.>-.. two. hand,
ducting him to a sitting, politely in- will remain' as one but a t -a#_i ,e ,
quired: ond. and then ile nitt' htlid wI) i
"Would you like to tome dowl pret- divorce itself and go on lt:i wiy sl.tiic.i
ty well?" No. Mr. Smith. a, militte hbind> tihd
Mistaking the incQuiry to be ai. ap- docsn' stick ,isn't the kind of syr -
peal for money, tnh bonrd of trade man bolism I wnt!n"- Chlcago.u s, 'w.
began to fuzut!e through his pockets ., -
as he drawled: Dividing' a Long Sermon. i n
"I'd like to. but 1'mi net prepared to Dr. Ramuel -hiell of theP last half of
come down very he-avy, as 15 cents is the eighteetith .enttry. whlo sed # /
all I have with mue."-Harper's Mag' preachb two or three ff, ;f-i f: Is nt '
azino tlarr(ws. f*s tlff&6tnlits hi detanitng
hiscongrip.atifon On one or'cm:ilni, aft-
A Varnishing Tip. er prteachi.ng cneanlyv two hoiurs--.as lo.
When vari'.-uiln g wix)ld the work as he c(ouhi f'el secured in the prf must be rdone II a wvr,, t',oul at ai of nli' his n?!,re;-i ?' r? emariked th t ,
temli.-r iire oif r' I'r-st 75 d(.-grees F. hle was (fott rf' iin hl'h;t to inii ra ii''
At a lower te.ml l''ilrare fthe moiture that ih'ey were at liberty to go; the
in the ailr will iv,' i amllL-v in'ld cloudy rest of his dih-'niur would '"4 a .
appearance to ll;e tarulsb. On the dreee'd fo gu,1tt pieple. :
other hand. at the hliirT-, temperature A g,'nt'oi6ao t he on,'e iet'f to hear
the moisture is not precipitated until hinm sta;teid 'thiat when the houiirglai
the alcohol of the varni.h has suffl- was netirly :'o:idy to t'e turned a i se.
clently evaporated to leave a thin ond time fri.am the eomnmucueinent of
smooth film of shellac. The durabil- his sermon ie sad. mnuareh to lie relief
tItv and eloss are dependent on this. of the person who related It. "Ones
more." After going on some eight p

Her Lost Chance. ten minutes longer he said. "T' on. o '
Mrs. B.-I wonder why Miss Single- clude." arid after Ainother about quait
ton refused the curate when he pro- tuinterval he said, "Lastly,"'
posed to her?" The getlemnun added that be expefect.
Mrs. D.-All a mistake, my dear, a ed every moment to bear him say "'pr*
sad mistake; you know she has grown erlastnugly." i
a little deaf, and she did not suspect
he was at all "goue" on her. She ad- Not Safe.
tiually thought be was asking her to The negro oil occasions displays a
subscribe to the new organ fund. so fine discrlminatjon in the choice of
she told him she was sorry, but she words.
had promIsed all her money In another "Who'st het. ,l wHtewas --.

.-. -Te-w ba ppenh lf
3mt." D).-0X'beFcrate felt bimnselfn. wIrnrd fsii a nswSe?& abJ'' .a-
suited and departed In dudgeon, and colored patriarch eloquently.
she's lost. the only chance she ever Woll, tell him to ome and .tghltf-
d.-Lodon Telegraph. wash my chicken hos tomorrow."
Uncle Jacob book his 1eaddfiblors
Our Clu binq List. ly: n
hBUO hasmade vey ra) 1 "Ab don't believe snh. Ah'd 9g*9
rihelBUOY has,made very h eral clih.- Ate Hall 'to Awhitewfalih a ciclkm
:ing arraingements with a few ofthe very Ale Hall
e.st publications in the country aird f'r house, sah."
the present can send for a whole year '-Why. didn't you say he was a goo94 .
*he BUOY and whitewasher?"
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week "Yas. sah, a pweP'ftnl good whi te-
and Year Book ............. 1.7 washer, sah, but mighty queer boat a
'he.Fla T. U. & Citienu, daily for .$5 8:' chicken house, hsall. mulgtty'queerr'--'
do Semi weekly, fo' Il 5:-" uma Life. -!
Scientifite American' Hu3 aLife. :
Farmer anF4,ruitGrower .. 2. 5 -
FloiIda Agriculturist .. 1 5. An Even Score. '
do clubsof 5. coach .. 6; "What is your objection to W a 'J
ltarm Journal, Philad'a. nionthly 1 17 papa?"
N.Y. World (hlricea wik)... .. 1 75 "Why, the fellow can't make eBowg,
The Cosmopolitan.............. 1 75 money to support you." "
The Oriterion ......... .......... 1 50 o But neither can you."
For any or either ofth- above publiea-
i-nas h , omec,- Hitt BUOY ad- Dressed in "Blaclk and Yellow,-
t .'t Atirepws Flai Not "Football Colors," but the eolor of
the carton containing Foley's Honey
Island Tar, the best and safest cough
SR AiT? Ar 1TPRE NCH FEMALE remedy for all coughs and colds Do net
iflifiM IM lIl IP I L L S. accept a substitutes but see that o
sAE, SCcMii RBi, for S .-Reuro MwOBAo. get the genuine Folev's Honey afid Tatp
S NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. Safe Surel Speedy I Sl with all lltor*
faction Ouar.nteed or Money Refunded. Sent. prepaid in & yelow carton with black letter
for$1.00 perbox. Will send them on trial, to be paid for Sold by Jno. R Thgmpson & Co
when relieved. Samples Free. If your druggist does not O
UNITED MEDICAL CO., OXx 74, .CNTR. PA. f ,id7 yi

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