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: December 1, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
1. K, enator--it District. W. H. Milton, Mar
f a a: .s4 Diatuict. I. P. Taliaferro.,Jaeksonvill
i 1t9t1eTea--ist District., S. M. Sparkma
a; ad District, Frank Clark. Lake Cit
ja4 DistLrict, Danitte H. Mays, Monticello.
Land Office-Registrar, Shields Warren; Rceetl
r. H. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
l.te-Governor. Albert W. Gilehrist; Secretary
H. C. Crawford; Treasurer. W. V. Knott; Attor
aey-General, Park M. Trammel; Comptroller
A. J. Croomn; Superintendent ot Public Instrui
eon. W. M. Holloway: CommnLioner o6 A ri
1Wur, B. E. McLin; Chemist, R: E. R3
ljesmist E. H. Sellards; Auditor, Btesat Amn
Ajlsan-General. J. Clifford R. Foster Rail
snd Comissioners-R. C. Dunn, R. Hudso
Ua. N. A. Blitch and S. E Cobb. clerk.
~ eSenator-Buell Cook. Chipley. *'
tkaei.ttor County-Represertative, R, L.. Mc
Iteni. Panama City: County Judge, I. A
Hnte n; Clek of Court, County Clerk. Re
ardef of Deeds. W C. Lockey; Shenff. CG
en. Vemnon; Deputy. C. L. Armstrong;rTax
.tVr W B Gainer; Treasurer H.B. Tiller
ro; Tax Asseasds. J. J. Williams. Chipley
uanty 8lpifrilendent, B F. Gainer, Wauseil
Vfreiyot, Thos. Collins. Vernon; Countv Corn
taiuioners First District, Thomas Brock. Sec
end District. S. W. Bush; Third Dattnct, I. M
Simmons; Fottuth District, B. F. Rvans; Fifth
Twn-tYr. H. Drummond
lerki. Jno. R- Thompson; Mrsth.L. Cba. I..
- Armstrog: Ahlermch, L. J. Waie.G orge W.
Surber, Jr., L E. Viclkery, J. T. Gwaltney. F
tEllock, Justice .- the P-edce, John Sturrock
Notanes. W A Ernions. A H. Brake.r Buil
lock; School Directors, Geo. W. Surber, Sr .
Morton Rynearson, L. E. Vickery: Postmas-
ter, Mrs. M. Rose.
anama City--Postmaster: Mrs. Belle Boothe
p deputy Shenrff, Ai logcboom.
y04- tPo-ti r.......-. J...ustici
the Peace, C. M B. Hlarries; Constable. J. H
Daffin.
Parker-Postmaster. P. M. Bouttelle; Notary
Public, W. It. Parker
Calloway-'Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster ................
6e6thport-Postmaster, R. Barnett.
apr--pstmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
La.a-A ostmistress, Kinie Newmank
Oek-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wotappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Mirfeec-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
oadkan ,CoUnty, Cromanton-Postmaster, Nora
Vtkdale--Postmaster W. P. Woodford.

RELIGIOUS.
BP.tst--Church Wyoming ave, and Pearl st
ev, Herman S.Howard, postor;Prea ching ev-
e second Sunday, n inofnlng and evening; SuU-
e School every Sunday at 9 a.m I.; Pi.aye_
'vice every Thursday evening at 8 o'clcok,
Ueshodist Episcopal--Chnrch Washington Ave
and Chestnut:St. Sunday School 9:3o a. inm.,
every Sunday. Rev. F. Wineman, pastor,
esbyterian--Church corner Loraine Ave. and
prDrake St., Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. every
Sunday. John Sturrock, Supt, J. H. Round-
tree, pastor.
oktholic-Church corner Wyoming Ave. and
Foster St.


Parker Lodge No. 142
9'. &B S -A.- -*
Regular Commu-
nications on the first
and third Saturdays
in each month.
Visiting Brotherm
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
McE. ROGERSON W. M.
IL E PALME,. eooretary


BMUSINE1s8 DICEO(TOrO I.
W. A. BMMONS.
'Notary Pubi for State *t Large; has. jurisdlctto
o ,* ad.iter oaths. take affidavit. legalize
aekslotedo*esets. etc.. anywhere In Florida.
&ad marriage ceremony performed for lawfully
qualified parties. Office at the Buoy Office,
t.Andrewa.,
ANTON J. H. JANSENIUS.
itetr of Medicine. Graduate of the University
3t Nonn. Germany. Chronic Diseases and dis-
ees of Women and Children my Specialty.

*" F. BULLOCK,
feotary Public for State at Large. Solicits official
business in this jurisdiction.
Office at Bank of St. Andrews.

A. H. BRAKE,
otary Public for State at Large. Office at Store.
corner of Loraine avenue and Cincinnati Steet.
AU Notarial work solicited and given prompt
attention.
+ JOHN STURROCK.
f Sci of the Peace. Dist. No. s. Office at resi-
ia" e in West End St. Andrews; but carries
is real with-him at his business and is prepared
hto apply I is jurat to instruments, wherever
nd. Attends to official business in his juris-
t odtion. Collections a specialty.

W. H. PARKER.
Notary Public for the State of F orida at Large.
Office at Parker. Fla. Conveyancing and pay-
ament of taxes for non-residents. specialties.


For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
outh- side of the north half of the
abrtbhvst quarter of-t section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
fhma the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
Thie price asked will be according to
I cation. W A. EMMONP R

Does Your Cat'Cough?
Pooor pussy! As If the Immemorial
4ha.ges against her of keeping us
ake o' nights and of eating'canary
lnx wvhenever she gets the chance
wre not enough. the doctors have Just
WoNlvent4d that for years she has been
yspota il"[' for the spread of diphthe-
tla. Dr. (S. .1. Awburn of Maincester,
tirgln,"d. h:tvintt tr.metd an epidemic of
this disease la a suburb of that city
*t--'a pet ent belonging to one of his
jeelents, has found, after much clever
iestlgation. that all cats are pecul-
arly sleptlitlbie to diphtheritic affec-
ion. of ithe throat. He has therefore
igirently b,,n warning all families
who ow~~n ats to.watch them carefully
IM if h.*y-< dev'o

thebr tbing h.rged and petted. Dr.
AwlwMrn urthwr recommends that it
Sthe cou0 h pePristg and the cat begins
to grow thin to have the animal de-
stroyed Iat once. The only really safe
wity. he sny.s. I to let the first wheeie
bt..pnssy's death warrant.-New York
*orld.

Good Luck.
"!What luck did that sheriff who
went out after Stagecoach Charley

.' Iurty good." replied Three Finger
n. -Chbartey didn't keteh hl .'"-
Washl gton Star.

Worh tb I tgti asf rutfied tus
gornals are not easily corruptedi-ow
Iotae.


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AT ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
$1.00 a 'ear in Advalde.

Entered Sept. 3, 190-', at St. Andrews,
Fla.1 as second class matter, under
Act of Conzrress of Earch J, 1879.


WILLIAM A. EMMONS
PROPRIETOR.

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per month. Position and extra-
ordinary condition rates subject
to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first in-
sertion; 24c per line each sjhse-
quent. Display locals double
above rate.

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O Copi'Pght, 19t0. by Anericin Press
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"Get up: .John's tert':ily ill. You
nust go for a doctor."
I a i:'d the words as spoken from
a distance or while in at dream, for I
land been working night ;tnd dany with
but a few hours' sleep elloh tight andt
was exhausted. Thet I felt a violent
shaking which eanused me to op'en min.
eyes. After much repetition I wi:
made to understand that I was to g,.
at once for a doctor. I m;ian; ed' to
get itnto my c(lths,. aind. NIing told
Ihat the '-'side'iwe of the physical .
tyas S lavth;orn'e sroi't. one of
U row of stone front d w-e!Hings. I sal
lied forth. On the vwy I wa.s obl!ilp'
to pui:lh myself to L.c-,) suffl-i't'f0-
I wta' i .i avoid falling t;gaintust object
I piil-'. i.. i-n raenahlug thelw bl'-k I
found the numlbr-s weTv all in th
vestlibualeUs wherl't no light shone tlpai
them. I finally found a iumtner Iuit
apl arerod to Iw 2N. Iult I could not b.-
sure. I felled to find the doctor's sign.
but lithe darkness of the street wouldT
account for that. I rang the bell. A
colored girl -inme to the door. I asked
If the doctor was at home. She s;:ld
he wn;s not: bIe h;Iad gone out to see a
person who was at the poiint of death.
I asked when be might be expected-
home, to which she replied that het
might come any minute. I concluded
to wait awhile itud. going Inside, sat
down on a sofa in a far corner of the
room. There was a light in the hall
which was turned low, the only light
on the main floor.
In a few minutes I was sound asleep.
Again I heard a voice, this time a
woman's, trying to awaken me.
"Wake up! We haven't a moment
to lose. Father will be here In a few
minutes, and it will be too late."
I roused myself and stood up. A
soft hand took mine, and, only.partly
awake, I heard a man's voice mum-
bling something. There was no light
in the hall or In the room I was In.
though figures could be discerned from
what light came from the street. The
mumbling ended with the words "man
and wife." Then the soft voice said:
"Come quick."
I was led out of the house, the hand
still holding mine, and found a car-
riage waiting at the door. The figure
that led me got Into it and shut the
door.
"Remember," she said, "tomorrow
at 4."
By this time I wits sufficiently awake
to realize that something of consider-
able inilport;ir e was at hand. I thriisi
my hand Into mny pocket where I car-
ried a box of Imatches; drew it forth.
struck a light and revealed the as-
tonished face of a gIrl apparently
about twenty years of age.
"Oh, heavens!" she exclaimed.
A clatter of wheels was heard coming
rapidly.
"Drive on."
The coachman whipped up his horses
and in another moment my uninten-
tional bride was whirled away6
Her carriage had scarcely turned a
corner where its rattle was not so
distinctly heard when another catle
tearing down' the street and" stopped
before the doctor's door. I concluded
that, having got another man's sweet-
heart, I was liable to the wrath her
father might be disposed to vent upon
him. I moved away a few paces where
I would not be seen and awaited fur-
ther developments. A man jumped out
of the carriage, ran up the steps of the
doctor's residence and pulled the bell
furiously. Some one came to the door,
and I heard questions and answers, but
not with sufficient distinctness to make
out their pIurport. Then the man rap
down the steps, got into the carriage
and was driven away.
Notwithstanding the seriousness of
the situation, there was something lu-
dh rous about it. While John wts suf-
fering for the want of a doctor and
night have died for all I kiew, ti-
eteatd of getting him one I had got


married. O'uUk aianylthing ib mi
ridiluilouhs. Thel rli'to.-livI" thi had 1
nie to fl:'-h :i :',-atr -li i myr wifep' fa
to ee athatt she wN like pro-n1up
me to lIn"e.yl::id!;( ffffftf. A ..vu
I ias. sar-11' the In-t < iiartlsi.ir ev t s at
aqfe illt I 'u, I an n 1 iteal tlhe steps(
thrl doa't,,r'; Io'us-' anid rtang. the belI
A mi;>ia i. t-l,'r'ir.,i dIriss answered t
:IrupnioIns. He :-'vilrfd very inuch d
tait bd :nld i In an Irrillted voice said

'Du<-. lir. i Prai'tird live bere?"
"No. sir. Dr. lrnilnard lites ne
doir. No. 2 This is 26."
1 went l',n'ke. My mqtb(e was t
,naly a.(: i. t'; o.a hrou- jitl up. s8
i'"As i". liii for hme.
**~r h'r a;ve ynou ri tri all.thbetime

t ',,lm -. I =1. uh a t' l''d.,"
ri I. '! Lri,-,t."

"1h,'. I thought you went for tl

'So I did."
"And got married instead! Oh, n
goodness gracious!"
"I couldn't help it."
"Couldn't help getting thrfied! fid
you lost your senses?"
"I went to sleep."
"Oh." my dear boy." anxiously, "whi
is lhe matter with you?"
"T got into the house df a domin


by mistake. A runaway couple, chase
by the girl's father, came to the house
In a hurry, and they were married i
the dark."
"What's their marriage got to d
with you?"
"Nothing, except they thought I wa
the groom Who, I suppose, was to hav
met the bride there, and before I go
ualrly awake they married me."
"'Oh, dear; oh, dear! What a terri
ble thing to happen"
"If you sdW fly Wife you would'
think so."
"I thought you said it was dark an(
you couldn't see her."
"I sttuck a match Just as she wa
about to leave me."
'Well, my son. it'$ thearly day. o
to bed and get what sleep you can be
fore you have to get up again. I'M
forry for the poor girl who made thb
hfitake. I hope she Won't have intei
troibtle in getting her marriage witt
you Innulled and being remarried tu
her rightful lover."
"I do. I hope she'll have a lot o
trouble doing It."
.Why?" -. i,
"I'm satisnfle."
"Oh. go to bed!"
The next day I went to ee thi
clergyman who had married nme. OaI
he nppilu dn na meeting between mu
and my wife to take place In the roou
where we were married the next day
When we come together I found he
Very an gy.
'"This Is simply ridiculous." she said
"My dear. I couldn't help It."
"My dear!" she repeated, isuling thu
air scornfully.
"What was the matter with-with
your other husband?"
"My other husband! Do you take
me for a bigamist?"
"Well. the man you were to havi
married Instead of me."
"Don't call him a man; he hadn't
the courage for such an affair. He
was afraid of father and showed the
white feather at the critical moment
But you will help me, of course, to
annul this marriage."
"No, I won't."
"What do you mean ?"
"I'm satisfied."
"Satisfied? Well, I like that! You
don't mean that you have any idea ol
letting the matter stand as it is?"
"Why not?"
"For the land's sake! Why. this Is
the first time we have ever met."
"Except on the night of our wed
ding."
"Wedding! Do you call that a real
wedding? Why. It wouldn't stand in
law. That is, so my' lawyer says,
though one of us might make the oth-
er a lot of trouble."
"Did he say that?"
"Y-e-s, I believe he said something
like It."
"Well, I'm going to make the trouble.
I won't give you up."
"Nonsense!"
I saw that she was pleased. Her
lover had lost her by a want of pluck;
I determined to win her by bragga-
docio. ..
"Perhaps you think your intended
husband will fight for you. I'm ready
to die rather than give you up to him."
"Oh, no, he wouldn't fight on any
account. But father! You'll find him
terrible. He'll grind you to powder."
"I will have every drop of blood in
his body."
"If Billy had only talked, or. rather,
acted that way!" she said sadly.
"But he didn't."
"What put it into your head that you
wanted this-this so called marriage
to stand?"
"On seeing you I swore that you
should remain my wife."
"Why. It was only by the light of a
match."
"It Was enough."
"And you're going," she said after
a pause, "to fight my application for
an annulment?"
"Yes, and 'll fight every ofe who
presumes to help you."
"But you certainly don't want a wife
whom you haven't seen but once"-
"Twice."
"Between whom abd you there has
been no courtship, tio love passages.
one whom you don't know anything
about. I may be a Jezebel."
"And I may be an ogre."
She lauglled,
"OOne thing 1 Insist tutpo."
"You Insist upon? What right have


you"-
"A husband's rilht,"


re "Well. I for burglary ne the matte
ed 'I don'e t 3t to@eP 1hin the tas considered one of those lndi.-re-w eg wea eith hl us he advancgedat d
oe man yedo llw' Waell.iourtpar." tlo common imong college students sunall's aice. Then when the game
q wmand me In, o e llfor I dowt w ido to- The hardest part of the yotang man's Irieanme more open every one was sur-
Sfor dont l o college tearing was saying good o prisedt a the elasticity of his great
e .. .elteVor. the daughter of Profes- body and his remarkable quickness,
of 'That'slurky. e shall not have sor Trevor. The two had bti ply- The end of he first lait is an ntei-
1. to quarrer- abo It, but, aerioly. In (^ d cwn play- The end of the first half I4 anonnter-
b. theo quarre say It; but, iste and l le nd lerbad chosou eruon val of lmw,portance in football. Up to)
b- there is lAayin'i '. t Iw ehnste and college because she ws there. They that P int the game is developing. The
Srepeboth date t m er. Now. sth present. w r, neither of them quite of an age. comparative ability of the teams and
both rIt i er for the presentlon rflaln'y hot in a position to pretend of the Individual players is being
thuld t ey t some legal action to tny thing more tlun friendshipI noted. No great interchange of views
btquld elV takei l a selarntn Ires to but there was "n undrcurrent of among those present Is taking pfhce.
tato de lhal tt will reoure times feeling that was liable to burt forth Every one is Intent on the game. look-

b det.. rewh hat actim should at any moment. This trouble which ing especially for scores. But the me-
he leges rwhlie, man on were to have Lild overtnief (ie young man brought meutt the half ti ended there is a
e arleg d nthen q e. were told have it al out. Together they talked over hutbibuib as to what has taken place.,
to all upon you he situation as a matter of supreme One team or the other is marked for
to culld. U! you." ,l
Sculd t ths view of the interest to both, and the plan that De- the better one. Sm.o one pinyer has
could .' tfhar this view of the lta proposed was carried out to the let- shownn espeial ability a a tackler. a
trio fh',. ',?rn,i,-nl i di.v grawtead tor. rt w s In aubstunce that Elmer pn.i.sor uf ibt ^ a MInD r. O lo

amnr-t ,o.n iA- sruarim got her to educatlbn. iWen he Iwer H13wn"TM lt i .f l. In wis t
e laiughine only understood between them, but Krendlll mrnt~a when tpe teams had j
It turned t tlt far as gher In- that the current of their lives should lined up for tbe kick off a few bets i
It tlnedn(.l ,i't that onc far as her In- be one. were being mode of .- to 1 on Kendall.

ty enid"o with me rlh, prevented It was Though Elmer had been in college When they broke their formations, I
a eplsowi. The t prevented ws w arth s but a few months, his expulsion was though Keudall had scored once and
goasetd. The ,nun Was worthless
aird tid .T ein ier h.W it. When he dss- received by the students with marked Vernon not at all, Vernon backers of'
9V e-ov-reio ty r** iu-.t-Il part and how disapprobation. The spirit of rebel- fered even money on their team. TIefe
it Wh"d srvd hl-i ,hln paher and hois- lion raln so high that the president was being no takers. odds were given.
alliance. he dh 1.fuiT very frln'-dly with burned in effigy on the campus. The This change of feeling had been
at ue. lIe lind a keen sen'.ie of humor, freshman was not Only the most popu- brought about mainly by the big manl
which I fed. The ie'sult was that he lar man in his class. but was looked up who had come into the game at the
t took a fthtcy to me, took me t uto his to as the athletic Moses who bid fdir last moment. Twice by his own effort
d business. and I eventuallv became his to lead his fellow students out of the he had got the ball within six yards of J
e son-in-law both In act as well as in wilderness of defeat in which they had goal, but for want of support had lost
n law. f been wandering for several years. He the ground he had gained. Once he t
.W stood six feet two In his stockings had by a qul.k move got on the id- t
and was a Hercules for strength. And my's right ant could have carried it
o IN THE PRIMA RIES now that he had been expelled the to goal iut for the same reason-the t
s January UIJ-31, 1911, expectation of great things he wodld failure of his team to assist him. And
do for the college was crushed in the now no one knew what he might suc-
SFOR bud. Interest In the annual football ceed in doing u;aided In the second (
it UNITED STATES SENATOR, match for the next year died out, haif. Bettors tire timid. and many be- .
- Vote ,for and it was supposed that Kendall uni- gant to lhdgeo. ,
versity, which had downed Vernon-so A. soon li s the second half opened t
.t T a often, Would do It again. And so it this change lit sentiment became dt
.. turned out, not only that year, but revolution. The new man entered the r
d the next and the next. fight as if the fate of Vernon depended
When the autumn of the third year on him. He had bee seen during the b
came around the Vernon undergradu- interval to speak to one of the most e
ates felt that something must be done popular young ladies belonging to the t
to break this chain of defeats. A good college coterie. She had smiled upoi t
Sman, Tom Mulr, was selected for cap- him, and when he had left her he had
..'" l taln, and he worked bdrd to get to- walked back on to the gridiron with a
gether an fflciefit team. le succeeded determination in his face and in his
Sfar better than was to have been very gait that brooded no good to the I
hoped; but. after all the team as a Kendall team. And now that the 1
h hole was too light, game had recommenced-more oeUt It
9o Muir during the early part of 6 than before--hs great frfifte was seen a
f stober succeeded in replacing four play- flitting about like a featherweight, a
.X1 ers with better men and one of the Within ten minutes be had,run through t
freshmen in the scientific school was a succession of tacklers, dodging and e
discovered to be not only very strong ducking, finally..arrylng the ball to a n
',ind very heavy. but remarkably quick, touchdown. -Later .while on the et- c
In this way Muir brought the team tree right the ball was passed to him, e
e up to a state of efficiency that began and he made one of those famous runs e
d to alwaken an Interest in the annual with lt to t\~l that never tall to etlee., t
e i gume. A week before It was to come trify s;,''r:atoirs. 1it1 inst fe:It was to 'X
n off so great had been the chlane that carry half a dozen mena Who were "
-. the betting, which had been five to one clinDing to hilm aind the ball as we I d
r on KendalJ, became five to four on Vet- for five yards and plant 111 over tbe
n N TOKTON Bnt alas for htirnan hop"i O(te ot TbtT tAft enidO- with this' (eSt
In Florida he hailed the fight for Mulr's best men was injured in pra'e while Vernon roote'l went wild with
GOVERNMENT 3Y THE PEO- tice so far as to be eliminated for that shouting. Their college had won and c
PLE for twenty- two year. year at least from the team. Another land won through the personal effort of W
Le Hs Never B' en Rewarded crack player was taken ill. A third one man.
Ile Has Neveir Bven Rewarded. was called home on account of a fam- The moment the game was ended be
e Stockton says$:. ily affliction. It was too late to replace left the field.
"If 1 am elected United States these men with equally efficient ones The next morning in chapel the D
e IfInat r e liec *ld hei t ks ot even if it could have been done at all president made the following ano-
Senator, I will close the books of The Vernon money was all up on the nouncement:
t my private business, and while I game and could not be withdrawn. "Three years ago a great injustice ri
e hold the people's office, I will at- All hope of breaking In upon the vic- wns done n student of this university. tl
tend to the peoples business only." stories or Kendall was abandoned. Elmer Ward. a member of the present si
The day before the match Muir ae- senior class, after being in college but s
) Let us turn our. faces to the fu- serted that two of his substitutes had a few months. was expelled for enter-
ture; let us forget factional strife; turned out to be stunners and he felt ing a store and taking away supplies. si
let us bury bitterness in the'grave encouraged. Vernon plucked up cour- Recently a man who much resembled h
age. A more hopeful feeling was wax- Ward has been convicted of another la
of the past; let us unite on a man ing when the very afternoon before offense and confessed that Ward had h
f for Florida's highest office who is the match, while practicing, the man been mistaken for him. The party
the candidate of no combination from the scientific school, who had that entered the store were not stu- to
been relied upon for the principal tac- dents, as was supposed. Mr. Ward. m
the creature of rio Clique. kler and runner as well. emerged who has continued his studies with tu-
LET US PUT StO8 00KTON IN from a scrimmage with a broken leg. tors, has been again received among
rp-p-Tc F 8 r -EThat finished the rising anticipations us and will henceforth be considered
-i-~ r .T -Fii" of Vernon, and the game was given up a member of his class." s

l baAAAAAAAA/AAt aAAAAAAAAd for lost. Then it was known that Ward and rt
4 > Nevertheless the next afternoon the football hero were the same -per. F
S* there was a big crowd on the oval to son. It was also soon known*that he q
I fl A witness Vernon's defeat. Captain was the betrothed of Miss Trevqr and t
V a I U l ^U Muir was walking across the gridiron that she had inspired him to gain a st
4 with his head hanging in despondency .victory for his alma mater. m
4 when a man stepped up to him ac- te
coutred for football and said:" Know the Stars In the Dragon? tl
A Story of (he Foot- "I'd like to be in this game." .Winding in and out between the tl
ball )r "e"Do you know football?" stars of the Great and Little Dipper li1
Striiron "Yes." is the constellation of the Dragon. d
S-- | "l.Yu're big and strong enough ap- The tip of the tall lies between the
SBy FED L YOUNT lparenUy to do good work. It's pretty pole star In the Little Dipper and the
Sy F D YOUN late, but I think I cn take you on- pointers in the Great Dipper, but is
SCoupo lght, 1L,,), by mrican 'reas r that is, i i you're r:,ally in college. I m uch nearer the latter and only a few of
S- '- ".-- never saw you before, and I can't ac- degrees below the pointers. The rest
S' cerlt you 'v ithtiout proof that you're uin of the constellation, outlimned with.
,vYVvvvvvyvV V VVVW ', college and tlit a professhoaial." faint stars, curves downward and" e
One morning Eln Ward. a fresh- r|o u sk tth rerg 'ar. lie's over around the Little Dipper, when with e8
man in Ver ,nm ..,,lh v, was called up there in the nest stand." a final coil it terminates with the two at
me orin ter.,n il wo thed Muir did as was suggested, came bright stars Gamma and Beta. which ut
back sattistied and accepted the new- mark the head of the Dragon, or, in pr


dressed him: comer, placing him in the position of fact, its eyes. Aratus In describing tr
"Mr. Ward. last night you were right tackle, the constellations speaks of the Dragon 3c
caught In one of t on e depredations This happened not ten minutes be ast "with eyes oblique retorted, that
which of late have r'u throwing dis- fore the tennis lined nip. When the askant cast gleaming fire."
credit on the unit i t.y. Peter Bar- game began there were not a dozen Its leading star. Alpha, near the tall
bear's grocery store was' entered and persons on the ground that knew the of the Dragon and halfway between
liquors and (ig:r. taken. Barber. Vernon ten am had got an accession. A Mizar (the middle star in the handle w
who v ovr storehearing man aplwared in their line half a head of the Great Dipperi and the lowest bl
who lives over i store, hearing above most of his fellows whom no star in the bowl of the Little Dipper, hi
noise below, put b head out of the one recognized. He attracted little is known by the name of Thuban. Je
window and saw s eraL young met attention, however, for every one Four thousand years ago It was the tr
running away. Hie "ecogilized you as knows that bigness Is not the only pole star.-Mary Proctor nl Chicago th
one of them. If yo will give me the faculty necessary to a great football Tribune. te
names of the oth-ir- your punishment player. Those most intimate with the cu
will be far lighter." personnel of the team noticed him as He Would, Indeed. ni
"Last night." re lied the accused he 'took hLU position in the l!ne and Singleton-I cannot understand why k
man. "I was In my a:m from 8 o'clock wondered where he had come from. a man's wife is called his better half. I
till 7 in the morni never once lear- Not one of them knew him. A mem- Wedmore-You would if you had to
Ing It." ber of the senior class sttlc: that his divide your salary with one.-Boston
"That you vonu undoubtedly be face was familiar to him, but he Transcript.
able to prove 1.y y r fellow students, couldn't place him. Some felt a suspi- fo
but not to the .s:nti nition of the fac- clon that he was a semiprofessional Serious Business. co
ulty. You tony coi ider your connec- who had been shoved through the ex- Policeman-ilt What are you doing w
tion with the oll e severed." ams for some special course for this up that ladder? Husband (returning st
Elmer, aft,-r nu l terview with Bar- special occasion. But even if there had late)-Hush! I'm only seeing if my ct
her, during which e latt'-r maintain been time for this supposition to take wife Is already asleep.-Fliegende Blat. of
ed stoutly that he had seen the stu- root the unimpeachable character of ter. a
dent running away rom his store, saw COptain Muir would have prevented.
no way to prove is Innocence and. Tbe game commenced with the butt- Good bumor and generosity carry
making a virtue o' necessity, left the Ing of two wedges. The newcomer the day with the popular heart as
university. There was no legal pros- was seen in the center of the Vernon over the world.-Alexander Smith.


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Argue Eyed and Hydra Headed.
The term "Argus eyed" meun.
atchful. According to the (Ireclan fa
e, Argus had 100 eyes. and .JIuto se
.m to watch all of whdmn sJie wo
alous. When Argus was slain shi
ansplanted his eyes Into the tail o
te peacock. "Ilydra headed" is
rm derived from iliefulfale .hf Uler
miles and the hydru. The hydra hiia
Jne heads, and Hlercules was sent t#
11 it. As soon as he struck off one o
s heads two shot up in its place.

No Fire W;thin.
Times have changed. Our fathers.
or some strange reason preferred a
old meeting house to one which wia
armed by artiileal heat. When af
toe was put into the Old Soutit:
church, Boston. in 1783 a newspaper")
f contemporary date contained tihte a
gnflicant lament:
Ettinct the escred fire of love,
Our ealt grown cold and dead.
In the house of God we fitAd a stove
To warm us In the!r stead.


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NO. 44



His Two 8ectoa. ,
A 1rey p n *.'ii,,.J l,:tti." war-.
ta a high hAit. ;n hoim. .iti:. .i-ll
Aitdi t ail n rt ingilt ai .:inm .r. for s.v-
eral days m:nlh l, ilt lC o '.n .,oltM:4
aruuid a Wa ,lifth :.-i li." i c ',it. I .
lie unnw ,|lur.-tIl hi-. i, fri.,:i NtiV.
Yorki, irua t. t.,i l ll bel j"i%S V-1'i ah
ch-rks, cu:.-ed the erv ice. i. ir, r d ii
the fotd. complhi- nilii b .4 rotme
and the el,\':it,.i und t :C thle-,bonmit
and the bar ai.d e'. I'ythlif r,i'... ,.,
One afterno.u h, waliktl ~er .t l1heO
porter and a ld: **i re. yu.i; I'ni g,'iIIn
to quit this town 1and go baci'k to New
York, where I Laun geil mite recent,
service. I want you to buy ime twu
seats la ii parlor ;-'r uon the 4 o' 8 i
New York train. ;et ime two sezit-,'
nuw, and iumett u. sit th,. ttatiou witt'
the ilekerts. L ,wut ,.u altEilr t u H Itit

just before It pulkld out. Cne of the
seats was In car No. 3 and the other.'
was located in car No. 4.-Sattiu:a.#
Evening Post.

Solon's Answer.
"What Is the mwst perfect form of
government?" was ouce propounded at
the court of Periunder, king of Cor-.
inth, one of thd seven wise men of
Greece. HiUs six fellows were present,
and of them Bias answered first, givl
Ing as his optitofi. "Where the Jaws
have no stiperior." Thales of Mllatus'
the great astrononier, declared, "Whiere
the people are neither too rich not too
poor." In his turn said Anacharais.;
the Scythian, "Where.virtue is honored.
and vice detested." SalM I'Ittacus of
Mitylene, "'Where dtgnitis are always
conferred upon the virtu.ius and. never
ipon the base." Said Cl)bufuTi
'Where the citizens fear bliwue ,tibre
han punishment." Said Chfi;e
Spartan, "Where the laws are niOre
regarded than the orators."
The last to reply was the younigest
but wisest of thelp all. Solou of Atlh'
ens, who said, "Where an-injury done
o the meanest subject is an hisult tW
bd whole communityy" "

its Purpose.
They stood in front of one of WXVsh-
ngton's leading furniture stores. The'
windowstwere full of beautifully ln-"
aid pieces of furniture, such things as
ire only within the reach of the lich
tnd are meant to lend an additiottal
ouch to the alrAddy perfectly alpp6tt. -
d home. Among them was an at4r-
oon tea table. It was a frail.; d l-
ately constructed piece on rollers and
Brought ,to mhid an artistically gown-
d boste-s serving tea to a select co-
rie, while the eooversation dentIt wPtht
nothing more heavy than the late"L
etion and come operas. With a long
"rawn o tt eigh the woman coiitem-'
lated It. The inan, folIowi.g he
f*",s W t at "... auiteeG. .
be ltMi&ed to expkmtii.
"That there I a tea table. It's just
mrnd to use when you ain't got no
ook in the house and have folks h'."
ashington Star.

FeminIe Resource.
Mr. D. went to the club. leaving MPar.
I. with a lady friend whose a0i-
les as a ecandalmonger and mis..'calt
laker were pre-eminuent. When he
turned he just poked his bead into
he drawing room and said. with.a
tgh of relief, "That old cat's gone, I
suppose?"
For an instant there w;as a profouitn
silence. fpr as he utleredti the last wdrdi
e encountered the stony stare of thei
ady who had been la his tuind. -. T*-i
is wife came to the rescue.
"Oh, yes. dear." she said. "I sent. It
o the cats' home In a basket 'tlil'
morning "

Poison In War. '
When the Freunch beat the Formo.
ans along the coast in 1S81 the latter
tired to the interior. When th.
rench pursued them they fouud a"
ueer line of defense, beyond whlicyt
ley could make no progress and li'
forming which nmainy died. The Fop-'
kosans had poisoned the springs, wa-
r courses. etc., as they retreated. and
he campaigns of the Freun h agahuie
hem never got farther than the poisli>,
ne. The poison was a native one, ar'
deadly as arsenic or strychnine.

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the name of a German chem'c:l, one'
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M A R I T I M E. MASS MEETING.
~NA i I otice i hereby given that a Mass
SMeetiug of qualified voters will be
S-A carload of Ealt was unloaded by beld at Ware's hall on December 5th,
the Manteo at Greenbut's wharf, MOL- 1910, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m., for the pur-
day morning, pose of putting 'in nomination caudi-
S--The Tarpon steamed in jat 11:00 .dates to be yoted for at the Annual
o'clock yesterday morning and broth Town Election for St. Andrews, Flor-
St. Andrews merchants their first in- ida, which is to be held on December
stalment of holiday goods. 27th, next to clect a Mayor, Town
-Rev. R. W. Burdeshaw will hold Clerk, Town Marshal, one Alderman
S. services in the M. E. church on the for one year to fill an 'unexpired term
i' hrst and third Sunday in each month and two Aldermen for two years,
the Tarpoti eame frdim Carabelle at the usual hours, morning and even- I wish to thank the voters and peo-
Itad Apalachicola, Friday, and ing. Dle of St. Andrews for the confidence
.Muved from iobilo e nid Petincola -lank Warranty Deeds, new re avid support given me during the last
-.11:00 t elook it. m,, yesterday. vised, improved short form printed on three years whlic I havil held the 6of
..11: e good linen naper, 25c per dozen: also fiee of Mayor, which I fully appreciate,
The Maanteo arrived and dis- blank receipts-200 receipts In a block and to say that I am not a candidate
tharged freight at Ware's wharf, 25cnach. at the Buovy office for ri-eleciion, but hope that my suc-
tO Monday morning. -Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hutchins of cessor will have the same kind of sup-
ihari o a Pensacola have purchased of Mr. E. S. port that you have always given me
j =WEK'Sl BAIrIM. Day, lots 12 and 13 on Michigan street, J. H. DRUMMOND, Mayor.
immediately north of their 'desirable
TB. following table record the max property, purchased of W. C. Holley Burma's Gilded Pagoda.
Imnul. minimum ahd mean tempera- .n June, last. Rangoon, the iprinclipal city of Burma
SW the rainfall and directionn of the -The County and Town taxes f( grew un around the sacred spot cU-
wlt ftur th'e twenty-fonr hours ending 1910 TheC du T f whom which s built the great Shony Dagot.
fr t nyatgnrd. o 1910 are now due. Those for w ,paoda of its prihcil)al wonder
t Ofook p. mI., as indicated b the Buoy has attendee to the payment "'Rsig 1t a height of 300 feet, its sizi i
t~rumeat of the, sarr e will receive notice of the is greatly enhanced by the fact that I
ste d I .2 '' amounts as soon as the same can be stands, on r.n iilinence that is itself 16(
S..... a a f Rain. Wm learned from the tax oollecsors, feet above the level -of the city," say:
71 65 68 .00 sw a writer. "It is covered with pur.
-16 55 65 .00 sw -The hi of the Ware d from base to sunmpit, and once .
S* 0.I 00 w Ierntile t pecal Sale on evt r ge'im-.u la.iJ thIs gold is complete
27 76 69 .o w Third pag, t q i or itself. The ly renewed by.p)public subscription. Yei
7 5644 8 1 00 w great bargalit'nght' -e. been handLd throughout the interval the, process of
9 67 3 47 00 M.nw out during the .. e"k are still In fegildfig goes on perpetually. Pious
S77T54 162 I 1.78 I vogue. If you fall to take advantage people who seek in this way to express:
.I. i 'i of themi you are losing money. their veneration and to add to their
Lucky H Stuck to His Opinion. -A pleasant supris was prepared store of spiritual merit climb up daily
Lutckto Opon. -A pleasant prise was prepared With little fluttering packets of gold
Pride of opinion is perhaps the most for Mrs. E. M. Re ckstead Ly Mrs. Capt leaf, which they fasten on some frac-
eommon fnult of us' fairy educated Alexander, Friday night November tion of its great surface. There is no
ltd nateftgent hmodernia. We form out 25, It being Mrs. R.'s birthday anniver- more picturesque sight offered by it
Audgments and then, as ft Wrete. defy sary. A goodly number of her young than that of a group of these silken
OAt no one to s ever een coveted aid friends gathered at her house, where worshipers outlined high against its
rt' abstract argument. the evening passed most pleasantly gold in the act of contributing their
At the time of the great disaster It with games, after which refreshments mall quota to its splendor. -The pago-
wee-r ande all d e tda itself has no interior. It Is a solid
Martinique the Italian bark Orsolina were served and all dispersed to their over a relic
was taking.on q C aif>o f sugar there. homes; all agreeing, that they had chamber."


Her captain was accustomne to voica-
oees. and he did not like the appear-
a&ce of Mont Pelee. Not half his
eargo was on board, but he decided tc
t ail for home.
"The volcano is all right," argued
the shippers. "-Fhnish your loading."
"I don't know anything about Mont
Pelee." said the captain, "but if Vesu-
itus looked Ihat way I'd get out of
Naples, and I'm going to get right out
of here."
The -sh.pplr threatened him will'
Arrest. They sent custounis oliicers t(
Sdetain him. but the canlilli Iwr.lstedi
"I leavr'lfr Twenty-fouri hours laei
the shliipterx antd the "l.lstoni, olir.er'
ihy dlead in thle rutis of St. I'terre.-
Chi'lstliatn Ile'll ld.

A MIIor's LUtxury.
there wa;is a i .ddlesex ('- uple OIw
whlo lived onl ; sui to sthi.ck tile mos';
3 klIs- of oir .ort.ri'spnudetif. I)anio
Ianoe'r \nts the imt;Mi. lie ho)kted o;
laVIllR ;It ;In alr't a1.d .,Sii'td for nrt':
*tke. l -l.- ft:ilher left hlif: Ii farit aim
01lsty ti ri'M, niild lis 'i.4!or h ll|ped hirt
4*trry omt'. his schiemui- of I ft. Hle lot
I .t' r 1 h 1. Ii. fllhix t .. -;.in lthe I. lh'T
tpw1 41 --.1.4 444&wy' -to -.*li Vat--eltnt.t
Pur food the cotile believed In one
day. one meal. The-batch of dump
lings b.ik.e oil a 1:aturdiy ltstad oui
the week.- For 'iohlthi he dependent
oh ha y Wths *'swathed round his feel
for bmtas fnd round-his body for t
t'ont." But Daniel had a weakness
tfe would buy i lean shirt each year
And out of this arose the tragedy ol
his life--a lost. lawsuit over three-
pence which. In Daniel's Judgment, the
*hirt seller had wrongfully pocketed
He died In 1704 worth 3,000 a year.

A 'Woman's Great Idea
1i how to make herself attractive. But
without health it -ib hard toe her to b(
6iely in face, form or temr er. A weak
sickly woman will be neryoue and irrit
..Able.- Constipation and kidney poisons
Show in pimples, blotches, skin erupt-
ions 4nd a wretched complexion. But
Electric Bitters Oalways 'prove v god-
"end to women who want health, beau
ly and friends. They regulate stomach
liver and kidneys, purify the blood
S give strong' nerves, bright eyes, pure
breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely
t 11mCplezion, good houealth. Try them.
SAc. at all druggists.

The Better Way.
Barber-Shall I take a little of the
ends of your hair off, sir? Customer-
YeR, I think you had better take it off
at the ends unless you can get it out of
the middle.

What Did He Mean?
"fflve you noticed. my friend, how
lwany foot tilere are ot earth?"
"Yes, and there's always one more
than you think."-S4ourire. .
'tdelity in; small things is at the,
faie of eierly .greyt achievement.-
Wagner,


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Alural amtlioa of the kidneys and bla.
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passed a most enjoyable evening.
-By cordial invitation the Buoy
publisher and wife feasted upon a
splendid Thanksgiving turkev dinner
Sunday last, with bounteous sideadish-
es, at the home of Mr. and Mrs N. M.
Worley, northeast of Parker. The
feast was postponed until Sunday to ac-
commodate Buoy contingent, who could
not possibly attend on Thanksgiving
Day; but the occasion w s none the
less enjoyable because of the unavoida-
ble delay.
Married: At 3 o'clock last Sunday af-
ternoon, ;at the home of the bride'f
mother, M-s. Dickson, on Beck street:
Mr. R. L. Purcell and Miss Clara Trav-
ick, Rev. Bertram of the M. E. Church
South officiating. The newly wed ar<
at home in the neat cottage on Wash-
ington avenue, just completed by Mr,
Purcell, who put in #practice the com-
mendable plan of preparing hid cag(
before ho captured his bird. Ma3
their lives be as happy as their bome
is handsome and comfortable, Is the
-This a known faot that" grandpar
ents show more tenderness 'toward,
grandchildren than they bestowed upor
their own offspring., and thatdoubtlesi
accounts for the pleas tre the published
of the Buoy experienced during th(
past week at receiving' from California
his first letter from E. J. Lynch, jr., f
lad of but six or 'seven vesrs of age
whom the said grandfather -'has 'pevei
seen; but hopes he may do so some day
The letter is quite neatly written atm
addressed by his own hand and recites
that he is in the Third Grade at shoo]
and is learning to play upon the piano,

Gypsy Wordless Language.
To corniltniilc(te with one anuthe:
gjyp*~i-4 now use letters-and I hey us>
the telegraph, too. whole ne.es vy-
especially In this country. But LtL
nlxodr, i' Ilonmny also f( lh:ws the "pa:;
teran." tracing the foi)t;st('p,' or wa.;ui
tracks of his frieids on the roAid b:
the same method eilmployed by his an.
client prototype. read ,, direction;
where no words are written as cleart'l
as thile gorgioh) dos a roadsild4i. Sili
board. But tihe pattei';:i e,.n be r-e'i,
by the gyp"y only--it 1i hidden i:llI
secret. although it in:iy lih in pil)ih
sight. iV I s!gnboard is op 'n andt lilb
lie. T'he pattern iay bie f(oi'ind o.
stick. or stones or grass lpla'td ros:
fashion at the paoirtinfgl of riais in sucl
manner that only a gypsy would l"
stantly notice iand iundeiaind. To hilt
It menus mnuich-first of all. the dire'o
tion taken by iRoluialiy pred .cessors.'-
Century Magazineo.

Battle of the Horrings.
The I.;itlle of the .l ,iii. was the
conine'il iUnUIe given to a tight between
an Engli.li force itnd -a French detach-
ment nyt fur. from Ofleans in 1429.
The English were conveying a large
quantity of supplies, mainly. herrings.
for it was Lent, to the army that was
besieging Orleans.' The English had,
1,000 men, the French 6,000. The for-
mer repulsed the assailants and saved
th herrings, so the battle was named
In honor of the supplies.


DIRECTORS.
S J. H. DRUMMOND.
Judge L. J. REEVES.
'T. A. JENNINGS.
C. B. DUNN.
S W.H. MILTON
L.M. WARA
Si s,. P. BoiLLOCK.


ou Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.


Old Man of the Mountain.
The title "Old Man of the M6ountain"
was first applied to Hassan Ben Sab-
lbal. who founded a formidable dynas-
ty inf Syria A. D. 1090. He was the
prince or chief of the sect of the Mo-
hammedans. Having been banished
from his country, he took up his abode
in Mount Lebanon and gathered round
him a band of followers, who soon be-
came the terror alike of Christians.
Jews and Turk's. They paid the most
Implicit obedience to his commands
and believed that if they sacrificed
their lives for his sake they would be
rewarded with the highest joys of
; paradise. For 200 years these "assas-
sins," as they. called themselves, con-
tinued to be the terror of the country.
Whenever their chief, the "Old Mii:a
of the ioulntain," considered himself
injured he dispatched some of his as-
sassins secretly to murder the aggr's
E sor. This is the origin of our use of the
Sword assassin for a secret murderer.

Serpents and Music.
Bnartmard ton((i luides l'io his personal
ul Zi.ca v1iil i uC C l'.-ra" hi n C 'y 'll, s'.Bayti
the Sckftiflc Ameilcaa, that the'ser-
pent's traditional love for music is a
A pure fable and that the only effect of
s music is to arouse the reptile's curios-
I !ty, which Is excited by any loud and
acute sound. The cobra protrudes Its
head from its burrow alike on hearing
the snake charmer's flute, the rattling
Sof a chain or the sounds made by
Seating the ground with a switch. 11
al)lpears to perceive only sounds of
. high pitch, for it pays no attention to<
I the low notes of the flute or the beat-
9 ing of the drum. Barnard also con-
l rhi'med in Ceyloti tile results of oltser
nations made in the London zoological
airden on the supposed power of fas-
-liation exerted by serpents upon
:ir'ds. and he concludes that this pow-
"r of fascination Is also purely ining-
,ariy.

Arms and the Men.
"I see- you have your arnt in a sling."'
said the nqluisilive passenger. "Bro-
fien, is it?"
"Yes. sir," responded the other pas-
senger.
S"MCOet with an accident?"
"No. Broke It while I was trying to
ielt iryself ('n the back."
"'Great Scott' What for?'"
"For tidindiig my own business."
"I see. Never could haplpeu to me,
eould it?"'
"No."
"And if It did I wouldn't be blameC
tool enough to t Then there wois silence in the car.-
Chicago Tribune.

The Change of a Name.
fHow family names change In the
-oturse of ainny years is illustrated by
the conversion of "Botevlle" into
"Thyune." An English deed bearing
.late Inuthe closing days of the fifrtc-eth
century shows three brothers then
flourishing-John Botevile of Botevile
and Thomas and William Botevile.
The trio are distinguished from all oth-
er Boteviles by the explanation "of the
Inne," or family residence, the title to
which had come to their joint posses-
sion. John's grandson was known as
Ralph Botevile-of-the-Inne, from which
the transition to Ralph Thyme is easy.
His descendants have been Thynnes
ever since.
He Wanted FPigs.
At a small stag dinner the ouly
young and unnoteworthy person pres-
ent sat throughout the lheal cotmmun-
ing with his own bashful soul, afraid
lest by speaking he betray his soplhi-
tication. Dessert-being served, lie felt
he must have some of the candied
fruit at the other end of the table.
Clearing his voice, he fixed the nearest
waiter with a glittering eye and. amid
a sudden total silence, peremtptorily
called out at the top of his voice, "'Pigs,
flcs !"-Exchange.
Good Policy.
M4's. Stubb--Why. John. the last
family that occupiedhl tIs house left
some Old jurs in the pantry. Mr.
Stubb--trm Mary, that la a good
policy. Mrs. Stubb--What is a good
policy? Mr. Stubb-Why. when you
move leave ymur family jars behind
you.-Chichgo News.


The St.'


Fresh and


Sa


MEATS'
n - ^


Andrews Provision Co.


Staple and


Fancy

GROCERIES!


Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
y Froht, Near Wyoming Avenue.


..- Aiced.
Any one with Ii ano eye could so
thit he was .),1.0. ]i; 1''.e with lhie:
'UlI Il. h ; il 1 ,n ,.,, 1 : "l0, 11o1. h 1to il
his f t.ii l n i hll I '. at l es 'o s ;
S u ,I V. I: h .,- 1. 1 ', ) '. ;;.ly 1) I
,IS th e i 1 -ll;' (.' .-*' ,',I '.a .ii
tl %\\ O. l:- 'l.' -c I .\. i Ihe !,l t. I
Ii'r 1 i i I .' Jw" L" ii lie vvn
1' .l h \i t a I .' i tr ta li d t
s.,i: j1 I t! tlit. r I :,,:J hoi)el'ss
t.cll 't.11.
*t r-'i '
'" I'r '.. r 1 e pi'lt her l'
le ,p. I .. i "' t r i' a tig'
hl7 l, !. ,'i .Ir i 'I '\ i.'! th o--", l>:'a .u<
f'nl ei.\x ( li "r 1 I.'P -" l:
"I h l::i:'l no *.v ai i aiy to'.:i) -C:7'O:
,Geor's e. II'v<1 i iio t>.;i;pc '"
*"N oiine( V,1 'I 'I .. :.itl '''. ,'',ilt ."
1Geor''e. "I s':.. i 'e vyou next loo.
"Oh. ( org.-'' '. tlhe. w t a o'c
'oonilng )Ia h. *' *I--hadn't you l)tte
"isk ;fi i tirst?"
They are inuari. tow, in1 (Ge;r::
often wuC(er's it she i. a.s dunse
'hbss as shc n c ,,' nit ke1 h:um believe.

Lincni-n V'kP His Children.
It W iis -i fi ". i. ,,.*,sto _n -f1 L icohl
this ol I (Iii.., 1L liiv chisildr u on o lhi.
*,haul-er. Il- i.,-.i%'ly went down street
'.ht lie did not have one uor his. you.!i
or boys mounted on lhis .shuider, whiin
another hung to- the tall of Ih!s I n
,:oat. The e.ntiics of the boys withI
their father and tli,- species of tyranhy
tl.vy exercised ,\'vrr hium ire still sub-
jectis of talk in pr-riin.lih-d. Mr. Ro-
land Diller, who' u s a unighbor of
Mr. Lincoln, told one of the best of
the stories. He was called to the door
orie day by hearing a great noise of
children crying, and there was Mr.
Lincoln string by % with the boys, both
of whom were Wialling aloud. "Why.
Mr. Lincoln. whht's the matter with
the boys?" he asked. "
"Just what's tihe matter with the
whole world," Linclii replied. "I've
got three walunuts and each wants
two."-From Turbell's "Life of Lin-
coln."

P~yina For ExLrrs.
In one of the Ili .u i.l,-. golf clubi
h.un.;es iii i' -' ... i.. i off -11. i a ld a vis-
tor appi-;', I.,i tiit,' .-,e\vard a ld a.,sket
for a lntI, i i i i. .
"Five 'it:;1 1,.-'." :ild the olBiciai.
"Tha's i-.,ther i l, fsn't it'?" inul'
ad-. the -. t o- tf tT>'
ctub. 'it,'i '
wort h l.tiii. .'f ,: . nd t''w:
tapo.n ri.s 1 '1' b ': i!i. a sinTim
enori(ious."
On the f .!l,",'7,: 1Cy the v:' ",.
again irasd i r 1. Ili '.l,. on tl t i i !
tendon ere i..:i" :t ., \, i.
"I've alh -i.\n i11 l.'1)., sir." va I. Oh
steward, "1,1l h t i.- li.'l r is ti ve t -u.
IlHugs."
"Yes. I knoiv.'. ."\i the reply bit
only V:wah L l l, :1 .n11 : w .h t '-,:,.
I saw ill,- .f,- i'. ;i.id .tl, tup:stri.;
yesterday."-- \Vli t I Glf.
L Li' oqn 'N 'tIr.
"The Tr1i'p-I o'-., fli'.'d on wntf'
lady, for six inl!ill "V'ln LTd-Yo'
don't look iI':c It. "lw did you man-
age it? The TIamp.p-1 w.ts a sailor.

To have failld 'lqto have striven: to
hire striven is to have grown.-Malr
bte DI nabcae:. .
A Dreadful Wound
from a knife. cu tin can, rusty nail.
fireworks,or r of ny other nature, de-
,mands prompt t-eatmenl with Back-
len's Arnfica Salve to prevent, b'o d
poison or gangrece. It's the uickeost,
mrrest'healer fuio all such wounds as
also for boils, bun n, eores. skin erup-
tions, eczema; o 4p'pl hands, corns or
piies. 25e at aP r'i-'gis's

Lost, Strated or Stolen;
From th,, range in and| around St. Au-
drews, 'a light (d or yellow Jersey
Heifer, Ten Mon s. old-has not been
seen for tw o m<; ths or more. I wilt
,ive a reward of 'brce Dollars for its
return to me hr in St. Andrewvs.
MI W M. CONELY.


S------ y
About Oclobo'r
Hog, with Smoot.
Owner can have ,
erty. nafing forI
advertisement.


U


NO
N itice is here
ter the under-irn
part s who unla
any wood or timb
and furthermore
wood or timber th
ever's possicsion It
A:J. (
MORT(
SE. .

*WM.

WANTED-C<
AZINTE req'ire'j the
seutative hi Wash i
after subscription
tend cir-culation b
which have prov-
ful. Salary and
ous experience deo
sentlal. Whole tim
drfs with reference
Cosmopolitan Mag
way, New York Oiit


RJLEYr3U
otops the eouidh


ftp
last, One Barrow
Cron) in Each Ear.
imn by provi'i- I proIp-
feppinv and for this
_), H.\ Ri .LT,
Eouthpoit, Fin,


'ICE-. -
gsven that hereaf-
'd will prosecute all
fully cut or remove
r from their lands,
ill replevin all such
- trken, in whomso-
m-ry be found.
AY,
tRYNYBARSON,
OTULTON,
OAST
VEtOPMENT CO.,
EM MONS

,u(WrOI.TA N MAGO
:'rvitO Atf a r(i>c e-
iLto, Coiunty to look
ene"als and to ex-
wpecial methods
unusually sucoess-
mniruisigoi,. Previ-
':ablo i)r not es-
or Ep:ve lime. Ad-
.. H, C. Campbell,
kzine, 179 .Broad-


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mnd h..aisuaugs


Found Wanting.
Mrs. Laytebyrd (as Laytebyrd comes
in unsteadily at 3 a. m.)-You have no
excuse for coming home at this hout
and In this condition. Laytebyrd-I
had one, my dear. and it was a grand
one, but I can't think what it was.

The Head of the Family.
In Germany the father is the head of
the family, in France the mother, in
England the eldest son, in America
the daughter.-Don C. Seitz.

The Present Time. ;
Now is the-only point of time of
great moment to you. If you devote
yourself to now the past dream, the future a present realization.
Nothing is stronger than aversion.-
Wyeherly.

J. T GWALTNEY & CON)
Machine, Blacksmith,
and Woodworking,
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All Manner of Repairing, Pipe-
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Attended to.
BOAT SUPPLIES
Of All Kinds Kept in Stock.

AGENTS FOR
Fay & Bowen,
Monarch,
Oriole,
And Other Engines..

GET OUR PRICES on oll mainnerof
Turned -vork, Columns, Boat
Stanchions, Eto,, Screen Doors,
Wendow and Door Frames..Re-
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What They WiU Do for YoU
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor.
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre-
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bates, and restore health and
strefigth. Refuse substitutes.
Sold bp J. R. THoMPSON & Co.


FOures Olds Prevents Peumonia
Cures Golds; Prevents Pneumonia


Willing ta Taka Tihem B.ck.
A letter can' o from i the cl, -hi L.; fi'
saying that the cloth Itl:it 1i;.d l o)'(,
sent them was fuil of moths, \ :as :h
wholesale how"e ti::. i. v:: ,-!? .,.; it.
By roeTin i -f.'T went a 1:i -i o-'Ti
effect:
"On looking over your order we tfind
that you did not order .! ny ot'w '-l. Ii
was our error, and you will ple:-;i, r-.
turn them at once at our ext.c. .e. --
Argonaut.
Couldn't Help H'mseef.
"He lived next door to Ai n-"n for
ten years, without even learning LiL
neighbor's name."
"'Can you imagine anybody being so
unsociable!"
"Oh, yes. You see. t'he warden
wouldn't let them talk."-I;irtningham
Age-Herald.

One Coniolrti-n.
"'My wife is uinig nme for divorce,"
sighed the in'. "I wish I wore dead."
"Cheer up, (C5d l)oy. It's a whole lot
better to have icIur wi-e sEt ig ali-
rmny than life in.;ur:anc-e.'"-Detxolt
Freoe Press.

Close Moulthed.
Call.fr-So your si-ter and her flance
are very clo.i monmtheLd over their en-
gagement? Lt tit le lbet -Clbse mouth-
ed! You on '' to se. theuim together
-Auckihtnd Nvw.-

H;s Love.
"A cnse of love i firAt sight,- eh?"
"No. ,seeri ,rnit. The first time he
saw her li he (-idn't know she was d
heiress,"


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Tuesday, 8:30 p m Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4.00 p. ff. St Andrew,
Wednesday, 4:00 p. min. Phnama City,
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. MilIvile
Thursday, 9:00 a. ti. Apalachicolai
Carrabelle.
Monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile.
LEAVE. GOING N*ORT1TI
Thursday, 3:00 p. m; Carrabelle.
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrek:
Friday; 11:00 a. m. Pananra City,
Friday, 10:00 a. min. Millville;
Pensacola.


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Wednesday, 0:00 a. it -
Wednesday, 10:00 ,.t
Thursday, 6:00 a. i,
Thur9 j d 2:00 oon'
Monday, y:0p a; a ; v.
ARRJVl.
FEWdity, 2;0k a ii
Friday, 12 m.
Friday, 11:30 p."-
Friday 1130 ri .


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Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50,
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.06.
Pensagola to Mobile, $2.50.
rhe abovo rates include meals abd berths. H.H. 1
V. W. WALTERS. Gen'1 Freight and Pass Agt.


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Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe late L. M. Wa'e,
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New a-nnIgen ent

Selicits the Patronage of Old Prtrons
of the House, df the Trading Post, and of new ones'as
well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to a1ll.
We Pay the Freight all Go,,'i .'ee,, Fpi..r. I,.eal Rs0
Fee t(I an o.>, t f-tice onl ithe Bay.

A Simple Safcguard for Mothers. Fa cination cf G...


Mrs. D Gilkesin. :126 IT gls avenue,
Youna-stcwn, 0ih o, cauined v, is lorn b
experie Ce(. '"'y little iri-l had a se-
vee o co d anI cou, he I almost continu-
ously. My sist'or rec- ,mended Fole '.,
HIeney and T;ir. The fiis do-)e I ga e
h6r relied tVe inflatumn.tiotr in the
throat and after usir, oniy one bottle
h--r thro-tt and lungs we -e entirely free
from inflammati-n Since *tlhen I al-
ways keep a uot!le of FIley's Honey
and Tar in the h:-use Accept no sub
stitute-. Sold by J. R. Thompson &
Co.
Yes, He Was Good. -
"Were you a good boy in school to.
day?"
"I think so. dad. Anyway, teacher
aln!d ume a holy terror."-Buffalo Ex-
y i


1)l i ~ pt ''h~t this ci'evega111V '(,
(1Fi nn a It iw. 010 100,-1 R14ti~.1 Ii'
'el!'hy i.1 111IV' .1I: vv- h'cmxcwv i
tbx-iut the live Ii) t tIhle if .sn
!"_- FrI~i a.-."-id. it sa. vs. IThet.ire bti -
P';tr: ('5 [ot i-I I I'-.OsuR-ulto IThe call,
aid wwhex .. k t'sse LS III in h-. ere
A V 1ifi fipon t 111o i o ;':xs of the


"Wyain I 111(4'a vpfun*?* 'ff
Whies ti'uiwmh:::i l;of'his wire. Ili
m'pected S!'e(- ws .-:i- '14)snyi. "iVe
cause YOU vti' s'o -''i'"antd tie Wa
Simply prltmiyze.i whnshi't\1repicd-
"Pc m '1 ''oIf Y41 S11t'17101got lost- it
Wouldn't be woirlt wh.ifle to zlitma-I


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5 Failed in EIealtl

"lMy mother died six years ago," writes Aiss r!!::h
i Ward, of Jerseyville, Ill., "and left m.- to care for six
, children. I had never been strong; and this,, \v1ih the shock
of her death, was too much for me.
, "I failed in health. I was tired all tl;e time and dd
not want to go anywhere, nor care f.- cc'-pany. I had
Sthep hladiach all *he timn n-l a .,d -i ,.. . ;


"A very dear friend adviLed me to take C-rrdui, as it
had done her so much good, so I commenced to use it
and now I am in good health."


ake
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The Woman's Tonic


II


Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's
strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You yourself know best if you need it, or not
If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use
it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further
down the hill.
Don't wait, then, but beltn tc take Cardui today, for Its
:e,no matter how prolonged. cannot harm you and will
surely do you good,
Write to. Ladies' Advisor Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, TeL..M
lor Special Instructions, and @4-Dage. book. "I-omr Treatment "or Wroen," seat free.
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r -BANK OF ST. ANDREWS.


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$15,000.


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Thursday,' Dec. i; 1910.
.... The Poet Again.
SH4 had song hair and a pensive look.
Be wrote a poem entitled "Why Do I
Pve?" Heq signed It Augustus and
sent It to a magazine.
The; editor wrote him as follows:
"My dear Augustus, the reason why
u live is because you sent the poem
by mail instead pf bringing it person-
ikIy."-Paris Modes.
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Washington Avenue Near Bay Front,




- -lladquarters For LOw Fi'iumi I



New Store, New Goods,

Everything New


bry Goods,
G groceries,
Provisions,-
Notions.


Big Bargains in All Lines of


gENERAL MERCHANDISE.


Sbyrnamitei
h'? ,l-li'i of tlyitinihlte.is compara-
titely precise. The tiring point is 1SO
* degrees C. At that temperature it
either Lburns or explhldes. If free from
all Iph'w rs ;i.ar't ibryii,)j (ot' force Ut '
atity fild ith i *l\.\ burits. That is
bow It t(1n,,s about that oue call burn
dynamite safely in thile hail if ntll
ondiltioii.i be whi)Illy favorable. But
aBiy lu.-st il'rati:n fn om so, li i'(je i-
ilteo \ illl : 11-i-e an explosion. whitI i !l
ani excellea.t rc(-.ason for avoiding t',,
Intimate vultures wilh tlhe cuili jj
.- W hti"n igfriltle i- i si" i:-li ,lU i tl ti'ie-s ir
M*- t.pcu atlr dynivmmhite dieis .nithin.. t
i"re start:ln.g than to burn fiercely.,
Wl'll,'tl. hlo ver. larger quatiiitimes art
ginhtId exiil,,sioin almost invariably re-
r'ults, 1IN flu' teoip)erature is raised by
the tflames.- C(ii:::;.' lecord-Ilerald.
Ifawaite 01 Ointments for Ca-
tiarrls that Uontain Mercutry .
Sas'tueatcury will surely do4ttoy the aense
of nell an completelyey derange the whole
vystiet when ipt ring it through the mu-
C'O t str'ifaces. Such articles should
never be used except npon prescription
from reputable physicians, as the'da...age
they do istea fold t the good you cant
possiltly drive from then. Hall's Cua-
tarrh Ouie, maiaufactured by F. J. Uheney
k Co,., Toledo, O.; contains no mercury
and is I iken internally, acting directly
up n thie 'lioid ad mucous surfaces of'
the systerii. In buying Hall's Catarrh
CJure le suarewiyou get thiu ge nine. It is
taken internally and made in l'oledo.
kfi a. Ghieney & go. Testin.ioni-
free,
Tako Hlall's Familv l'ills,for eoittipa-

The Poor English Landlord.
t have been a propl)erty owddt' for
early forty years and during that pe-
hiod have lost from depreciation 25,-
(W0, from .empty houses 10.OUO and
from defaurltiug tpnauts over 5,000j or
a total lo..am of over 40,000. During
this forty years I have never known a
defatilhli, tenuant honest enough tc
ply a shillli:ng the arrears when
ouce he reirm ed from the nelgUbor-
hood.--V .tHer lu London T'elegraph.


A Good Way tU .6sk Trout.
linili your lifre and let it burn until
y"u a i a go ; d litI i of hot stonet and
;i.tn s. liart yuh' tro;ut, (lNtii.'d thad
wa!lhed,. renaly at hailn ld ii aillythinl
tonvel1i-ent. Phitik ;In riitful of bai-
santl tw\\igs. lake out your fire, lea.v-
nig ; bIase oft lhot St)oneie: and ashes.
('poll t hisl bose lay Ialsani twi:gs till
you hiv t htyer f1rot -ix to tenll
inches tili ik. Now lput your troutl th a
fto -iiht1 th i. s lyer find cover with
Iitther l.aver tol of :itail ilii krs'..s. Over
e-s~mie. Then
it e .\1uiti pipe fjo?;. say. twenty tuiil-
illes: Wtiitl ;iat .last y.u gently romiiove
the cov<'r>.;a you will think at tirstl
th::t th trout hl've not i been cooked at
all. There they lie in ;il1 their moist
iwbeatity., ''ortld ;i he ti"hey firsi
ratt ; o (Iyou" !lbisklet. .it 'be careful
how n la h;nle them i( or they will f:Ill
a;ip'it. so tederli are they. Stie;ante
tlrroui.i t:i* through by the leatle(.
e.-;:In-es of the losit;:ini. they give on:
,t fail aroniatte redoleite that :ldds .
:ui It' leet'leI'fi'hl to the tlaivor.--lian
nialer MMerwil: in Outing.
Strong on Length.
Itichard carle engaged as cook h
Swedish giantess who proved unsatis-
factory. (in departure s e asked fot
i written testiimoulal. and Dr. Carle
presented her with the following:
"To whom it may eon.ern: I have
lately had in my employ Hulda Swaln-
son, who was engaged to cook for a
family of three and do such other
things as would be possible when not
cooking. Under this head might comer
a little dusting and dishwashing and
answering the doodibell. Taking all
these things into account. I wish tb
say that Hulda Is absolutely the tallest
cook 1 ever saw.'"-Success MAigatine.

Kept the King at Home.
"For the pa st year we have kopt t'
K lug of all laxatives-DDr. King's New
Life PlIls in out, I oine shd they have
proved a blessing to) ail Our familV,'
writes Paul Mathlulka, Of Biffalo. N. V.
8 viy, built sure. rehivdv for all stomach,
liver and kidnev troubles. Only 25c at
all dtuggists.


$345 in Cash Prizes


tor Florida Fruits


and Vegetables

Fruit and Truck Growers should get ready to make the exhibit at
(he meeting of the American Pomological Society in Tampa, next Janu-
ary, a notable one. In order id encoutrge competition, the following
cath prizes ate offered by the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Company.
u..I si, .t. *,- t
Prmeo s Prim ForEa" it 04. i P m
Oranges $50. $25. Egg Plants $15. $5.
Grape Fruit 50. 25. Tomatoes 15. 5;
Pine Apples 25. 10. Celety 15;. S
Cabbage 15. 5. Potatoes 15. 5i
Beans 15. 1.5. .
Caulflower 15. 5. Papers 5

Prize winning fruits can be giown only on' properly fertilized land.'
Grower are wise who go into this competition with the aid of Painter
fertilizers, the fertilizers that are adapted t6 the heeds of the land andt
crop, and are Time Tried and Crop Tested.
Write for particulars and a copy of our 1910 Florida Aliiianac.
THE E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
w .f. n EnAwlnalsm


--


ididUirioui.
i90o )'our club sl going to give a lec,
htire tonl.ht i?" said the tall suffragette.
'Ilhat will be the topic?"
"IHome industries," responded thd
president.
"And what dd you consider home In-
klustries ?"
"Why, our husbands, who remain at
home and mihd the babies and wash
the dishes while we attend the club."
-Chicago News.
Marvdlot biiscoveries
mark the wordei ul pfigi'ess of the
age. Air flights on heavy inachines,
telegrams without wires, terrible war
inventions to kill tnn, and that won-
der of wonder's Dr King's Now Dis-
covery-to sab life when threatened
by coughs, colas, l't grippe, asthma,
crous bronchitis, hemorrhages, hay
fever and whoopingcough or tune, trou-
ble. For all bronchial affections it lhas
no equal. It relieves instantly. Its the
sure t cure. James M. lack of Ashe-
ville, N. C., R. R. No. 4,nwtile Ite cur
ed him of an obstinate cough after all
other remedies failed 50o and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Guarat.teed by all
druggists.
-m. -I-- -
lid Oail Tu'rnpiki< i.
T~q'i first greiit American highway,
that betiveeti 0W Yti-k and Philadel-
phia. wals ithg kiibWtl fii "tthe old York
road." 'Its cditsitrUiCtiii iii i711 wa.
an exami)le Which kle i tiO t'iltiists at
other points aiotut thile Atlantic sea'
board to construct sinlmilar roads where'
there were no .water routes. The'
were u.atiimlly built by chartered c6bh
pansies and Were called turnpikes or
toll roads. Pennsylvanit: dolniuecticut
and New Jersey had mtliy roads of
the kind. The first itifcadam road h!
America Wdii bullt in i792 between
Philadelphia and Lancaster. in 1811
there were said to be 4,500 miles of
chartered turnpikes In New England
and NeW Ybrk: Dutiilig the iiekt twen-
ty years the national government
spent many millions of dollars in con-
structing great highways, but tfie pan-
Ic of 1837 tind the building of rallroads
and canals i)ut an end to thit bitanch
of government work.-Youtl' Com-
panion.
Cape 6f Good Hop6*.
The Caliti of Good Hope liei at a
consid!fatble distance from the end of
South Africa and is, in fact, the middle
of the three promontories, severally
inconspicuous, which jointly terminate
a slender peninsula, some twenty miles
in length, forming the barrier between
False bay and the Atlantic ocean on
the west. These three headlands, lying
near together and commonly undivided
on a map of moderate scale, are locally
designated Cape Point. It was her-
that Bartholomew Dias first encoun-
tered in fill force. the prevalent south-
easte-rf gales aind denoueced the rug-
ged ,' th'reatenling, threefold promontory
under the' sounding appellhtion of the
Cape of Storms, to be afterward re-
christened by pious, trus, trtfarLbtSafthe
Cave df Good' Iope.


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The Huni; a-"" tjovn.
The Hungarian < brown worn at thelh
accession by thi- eiipi'r i. rs of Austri
as kligs of ;;~ig,'v is the identic;.
one nI ide for :.;ep)h na i:;d used a:t hi
Coroi' :tii!lI ;' (' ,s.: y a ,.'.. T ,
: h.* i.; of ) i1"' o ., ( L ':;<('i : : -
"rs. aniI w.i,' hs a.iii.st exate ly I f -*
en pounds. The settings lbkve allud-
d to consist of lifty-three suapphiire-
.fty rubies, one emerald and 338
;)earls. It will be'noticed that there
are no diamonds among these precious
adornments. This is accounted for by
the oft quoted story of Stephen's aver-
,ion to s8<('i e1('ss because he cousiId-
e'r tf'iii *"un'.ti-l -."
.. Fur Ores.
Ope. day. l tle Marge saw a dray
loaded with hides passing the house.
"Oh,, inuna, she exclaimed, "thert
goes a .,man with a whole stack of
cows' overcnatis'-4Chiciigo News.


PERSONAL.
Mr. nd Mrs. Matchett and Mrs.
E. M. Rockstead ate Thanksgiving
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
Wilson.
Mr. M. D. Howlett was in town,
Tuesday. ,
Miss Bower of Mobile. Ala.. is
visiting with Mrs. Alexander for a
few days. Miss Bower is a trained
nurse.
Mrs. John Sturttck went to Tal-
|ahassee, Tutesday morning to at-
tend thi State Convention of the
W. C. T. U. of Florida,
NiMr. and Mrs; N. M. Worley eaine
down to St. Afidrews, Tuesday and
were guests for a short visit with
WVm. A: and Mrs. Emmons. They
oame in 9saich of and hoping to
purchase otie or more turkeys to
introduce iritd their flock, hoping by .
thus cross:bteeding to strengthen
itild improve their already good
stock:
Mr. W4 B. White of Yankton, S
Dhk.; whoj with his wife are at De-
Funiak Springs for the winter; is
paying St. Andrews a visit for it
few days, and is a guest at ti n
Oakg Hotel and was a pleasant
caller at the Btdy office.
Mr. M, Newman. the newly
elected Jtistice of the Peace at
Bayhead was a business caller at
the Buoy office; yesterday. ,
Mt, John Peel was in from the
fish camp; Strndayi
Amenhding His Constitution,.
A well known attorney of heavy
build and ptompous td it alegfee that
frequently rueches thti state of being
overbearing was leaving his office in
a Broad street btillding the other day.
With ul nhigh liat on and carrying a
walking stick. he had stepped upon the
sidewalk lhuun he slip)petd and Ianuiled
finat upotli the pavement k-ifli a thud
that sliockedl him as well as caused
embarrassment.
Just tlen another ittoihiey who en-
Joys aii equitt distinction in the legal
world passed and laugHed itt the fallen
lwyer. WVhen the latter Was trying
to get.uli he remarked tO tile other:
"I gUesg I tim getting old. My con-
stititiflo i 'lil not stand what It did
years ago."
AS he tiros tid lis ftt t iis friend
facetidt.isly remarked; Vell. then.
Dick. you ought to get ani amitndment
o yoil cuntittitution."
Looking at his frilittd with a cold -
Sahre. as rold Is the ice lie i6d fallen
upon. he fiskted:
"Well. what ftind dr noi amenun ent o
wod yo you sliggest. if you know s hb
"1 don't kitow e'ittiK"'' was the re- s
)ly. "-I don't give advice hii ii y bdlint i r
without mome kind of a retainer, but
ts you are n old friend of uinae I
vould suggest a cushion or a umat- t
ress."-M lnuneaIx)Is Journal.
'


The mere Fact t ht the Ware MeGrcantile Company has played on saletheir entire $25,000 stock of High Grade Merchandise, consisting .
Clothing.F.,rniTis. S50oes,fa, "' to of High Grade; Merchandise, consisting :
leni. urn Se Han Se A uts, ceri. Ha ware, Crocker Ahip Chaddlery, Fishermen Supplies. in fact all merchandise now in rws-..sion.cf the War
.sleatca i]. 'o-',>nl,,ai All ne '-Cs qu,,ted .,1 l ia- t miss this opiirtutny as never again wi cu have enhance Lu bnv such high class merchanaiseatsuch low prices.
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Men's Fleece Lined UIndrwear, Sanitary Qualitir, 50 and at cet Calico, Simp American. 0o vardes br 23' bit. "1 yards
M n Sweater a .d- ................ .. .. -t c Gingham, Best Apron aGingham, 10 yards for 40o.-nts, 10 yards
Mon. Sweater a~zsad-w.odatbuCoA, !ey and Brown with Colored Ladies Ribed Undrwe r, Hig Grade tr Flee1nt







They came and went and came again; each time meorn eager than the first to buy the High Gra,," .er--
Shandiseat virtuallr thelt own price,
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Dop't nMi tis SalQ, if Yoa Vale Mte

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THIS SALE


A Great help.
S.rtlh!,-,r-I iuudlr.'t iuld yoiur tt.ri tzl
f 0'o:! v.ie (o you in your ,n;.': I
aid no ihu,-n -iih wn.s literary. S. riw;'l'er
-Shle Izn't hut -ihe never atletinpi- to
traightell otit my desk.-PihlJlndol.hlin

A bnd mtn Is
el.idA to bhe a -nitf.- ed. ,.
Get the Genuine A'va.s.'
A substi-ute is a dangerpuis nriake--
hirt, especially ini medicine The den-
ino Foley's Honey and <'ar cures
'ughs and colds quickly u,nd is in a
fellow package. Accept no substitute
old by Jno. R: Thompsca &oCo


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- IS- IN FULL BLAST!


E MERANTLE CO. St. Andrews, '


ARKER,


Real Estate


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SU*BIVEY NG A SPECIALTYY.'



JAh SEaIngS' PiHARIACY,
Th, Leading Drug Store
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Knowing drug-vaL u
nature of our business hu
rug values. We know
now how to select and bu
COME IN AND
Test the Frarranc

LATEST PERI

examinee Our Toik

'hey are uInstrpassed int
Mn'deltcaty of odor. W%
plete assortment of the r
domestic and imported p
'oilet Waters throughout
Toilet Goods Di
ri>h- most fnstihil.ns It.
We hatib a consii.nlenit 1f
Bath that come niarn,'r to pe-
from impurities orve it tU h)
anything in this line.., li-t.
TOlLET POW I)E'. S-
tair a beautiful complex inl
of delicate powder" andl ra
skin from dirt, wind and du
oilet is complete without a i
face. Tooth Powders. Paatei
tion. Tooth Brushe, [nlir
toilet requisite- so e-seutial
in endless variety. Itel
partmentour stock is comr
Our goods are the best in
we Sell all PA.'J
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s, is' course, the tMiost important
it has not taken tll of our tinid to knhot
Se value on TOILErT SIPBCIARIE3. We
the very finest that are made

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Speimanency U
eep a corn-
host delicate
perfumes and
our entire
apartment r
,- is pleascd
toilet Soaps, Toilet Spongeseand Sponges for the
leetin thlnim any we eversaw. Toilet Soaps free
fui,,i inet'-where. We have them. If you want
t the l,.'Sc- t,) i. it
,ie iiait'A i softa ind healthy white skin, is called to otr line
Alexion beiatiliners. Project the open pores of the
1 by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman
ust of faintly scented .powdor over the neck and
W. Whos. Cosmetics and Rogues of every descrip-
3rushfs, Comhs, Manicure 'ets..and all thie little
) com fiirt. health and beauty are to be found here
RUBBER GOODS. ?j;
akes and will not disappoint you.
N''" MEDICIT*ES in demai p
u sA &A mr-V.MJEIIaQo .S+t ATvid ve Flui


Must Be Pretty. PARK tE
He-hnve you ever looked in the HAIR SA
glass when you are angry? She--No: .- l a-d~bt
I'm never angry when I. look In the --^.- *' C
glitsd: 11a1 to itsYout
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DGENEiAL MERCHANDISEi,

DOry Goods, Clothing, Hats,


Shoes, Groceries, Hardware

Paints, Salt,

Boat Supplie *





A. H. Brake,


O(ENERAL


MERCHANbISE I


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STOVES,


SEWING MA CillNM




UNUERTAKINR A SPECIALTY1
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W. H. Milton,
Primident


John Dillon,
'Vitc President.


John Milton, III.
S4-cy-Truas


Milton Land and Intestment Co.
MARIANNA, i6fiD .A.


CA PITAMIa,


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Buy, Sell and Deal iti Real Estate, N6tes s toS~s,
Bunds: ets.
Fire, Accident, Burglary find Fidelity Insua4 i .
Lend and BotroW Money, both as principal' a'id as
agent.
Secure Court: Offical and other Bonds.
RkteiVe; Hold arid Disburse Money and act as Trustees
and Agents tor Others:
By Special Agreement will Lend Money, for Others on
Approved Security and Guarantee its Renayment.
o. ,iion; DI E R Ot' 0: A Ri
Johnl n John Milton, J., W s i ato6n.
W. H., Watson; John Milton. III:. f H. I.ewis.,
J. E. anim on, J. B.Brgokt. 1N.." Bal ii.
W: H. Milton.
Address: W. H. MILTON, Pr sileiat.
Mariannv. "* lorida,


Electric

-Bitters
Succeed when everything else failed.
Iti nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FO KIDNEY,L IV ND
STOMACH TROU-IE
it is the best medicine ev sold
over a druggisi's counter.


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Aesoelatkon.

Uig To Fey's gorgeous junk move
.lowly up the Huangpo river, th
steeraman skilfully guiding his un
weldy craft in and out of the shippinn g
.I the luxurious cabin of the pleasure
two Americ by Amerdining wPr t

-. .-diggmIst powerful mandarin in north
China. Ling To Fey. a massive
STo fesh was gorgeous unk blue

Mt hie right I and ouat Luke Popn
imby. millionaire promoter of minin
lt 4atries. His attorney and friend
bohn Buriett, sat at the left of th
Chinese potentate.
The attorney knew it required a del
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dats on which was a gilded and inlaid to "life. liberty aud the r.ut I -g fldl'ly. passed Into' the Champs envious i,
Chair. On either, side of the chair tolifE t a uu a d-Elysees ager to rutn. 6tt forcing Envious. Brhiging Her Foun.
chair.stood one of the madarins retainer hainess," as was enunciat(al shor'tl hlusel to aiek tisurue. there he "Just think of it:" sall the student bingo (tf oeing thto his wife'l t
stood one of the mandarin's retainers, before by the American oloilt iself to Thereheof immigration. "Many men who In a w' brotg. thr
splendid in purple and silver and bear- beforebythe Amer olonit de his wy Declaratonwardion of i t shadowraton. "Many men who in a we brout th
ug a tall staff tipped with red feathers to suffer delarath on the gull ce, buof te tries. Finally, had come to this country cannot write their friends b e to dinner eectedly.
A low ltcquea'd tble Wits placed bet first the victims were conained to those one fr enough from fhet c o his "Yei" answered Mr. Pinchpenny. o--es. I To. tg'e hdw
fore the dais and spread with a cloth who stood for tyranny. The king, the nn to erl t meti;e t ditan "and when I get down my check book stair.
of golden tissue. hen the mandarin cominguen. the nobility, royalty and Its toward him, l e said:the first of thV month Iam Inclined Am BIf-
slowly arose and mounted Into the supporters lost their heads. Then the .eur, a friend of mine J to ety th "-W shlangton etar.r. Blo dr .
chair of state., who is a great wag, tied my ha- t Bingo- w my dear. I coD
"Bons of dos" began the mandarin a ut'the rev tion began to gh for hilund my back and ran away wi th A Pointor to Other ut of IL
politely, "because. I am a merciful rule .tO i.d t he r t'nservatives Wore bhat. Kindly unloosen me.-" "o--oing to marry the rich Sack M1a. 1ingo gW ttyl-T'be a
I shall give you an opport nity to die giotned by tbe Radicals. After this "Cotsinlty. m ileur: ft will give 1me Hammond? Why. I thought he bad have to take the enscqunfces.
respectably that your wretched souls whoever desired to get rid of one he reot plleasure to do so." thtoie all his money to tt.@ dogs. She Bingo--But-
May be afforded some solace when you wished to remove had but to ifoorm Thanking the man who had rellced -Bo e aOl. but fliey turned out to be Mrs. Biteo-Youll have to put of
taste the bitter tortures of. the netter bapon him as an enemy to Franci and alm of the Inst mitrk of belng anln- triefffs.-London M. A. P. with prte.ally nothing.
world. I will graciously permit you the accused would Join the "innumer- M tended rlllotile th'tim. Chateaubrun Bingo-Thatis what I told them.
to drink a cup of poieon Instead of able caravan'i passing under the yoke went into a side street and was lost. Hi. Sun. Mrs. Bingo-Tou did?
d having your beads cut off as you do- of the guillotine to his long home. The guillotine was fixed, but there Mrs. Ruggins-9-e*fore we were tm.f- BIfed -Yes. I told them that tWf
le serve!" It was not always an enemy that were twenty instead of twenty-one rild you used to say I was the sun- neednf expect a single rntg; t a
. Ponsonby lounged forward and re was to be got rid of. Sometimes it persons executed. shine of your life. Mr. BuggIns-WelL we'd sefulp round In tfe kitchen If
. moved his half consumed cigarette was a friend. That friend might pos- No word of Chlateubrun's escape 1 admit that you still do your best to necessary and pick up whatever we
e from between his smiling lips. sess something that at his death would reached his wife during tilt day of ex- make things hot for me. could and strt, as I hadn't let yoW
h "Then the deal Is off?" he queried, fall Into the hands of the Informer. V 11 YAN e('utin, nor the nxt. nor the next. kno, tat was the best we could do.
b- The mandarin frowned thot-ghtfully There lived In Paris at that time a sALLor ?L o Inde'd, it Is 'uestionable If his ab- The Conveoient Exouse. o Bingo-What did y O. tell (heO o
"I do not understand your mein" young couple Henr and Mare Ca- /rro; sence from the number of the con- Hard luck Is generally t aine p- that for
re h do rot understand your meAning." young couple, Henri and Marie Cha- -fi
e he said nt last teaubrun. who were devoted to each demned was noticed ly the tuthori- pie give to the thing that happens Blngo--It fhe truth. itn't it?
The millionaire explained. Burnett. other. Henri when the struggle against -, ... ties Mine. ('hateanlbrun was in the when they have been acting foolishly. Mrs. Btngo- CertaIly not. As f
n- his broad back pressed against th oppression began took a deep luterest to witness th rwsome sight. ''hr condition of one stunnedd oyer call- -Chicago Recordlerald. friends you brfer tome ow ny
g window, felt the shutter give beneath In it, advocating the reforms that were carts atoppS d '.Id the machine, and to e. her ntod found she wished to Laughingi (herfuuess throws an- youl-Lndon Titits
d, his weight. A little rush of cool air proposed. He and a friend of his, the victims id- ,dil from the carts. roke he told tie sht wished to Lughing chat rfueness throw you- on lt
e. came in the opening, and with It came Antoine Boyer. became somewhat And now bi :. a v. ork that even an die. H gged her to live for his light on all the paths of life.- Riebte
a distant sound that awoke every prominent as leaders In that quarter Implement +)1 ,.ll adapted to the pr- sakfe. confe'lig the love l htead long 010.'AT W Li0ttle KnomW Rofpublhce.
. sense. .of the city in which they lived. Boyer. pose f.-n it it fi. it ) perform. Ei'h felt for edr .he wv too eparalyved cAL NOTICt s l'o the do'tiff Ae rbe Uott
I In T who w:w a babclor, came often to the .n or :t .rv nd with l y to even con- L ALN I. ttes on t t
h n.unitatd e who what a baelor. came often to the .,no at .i p I.* ,,l ltnd wit s'der what he said Not till some time neut there have been divers tridpenf.
S11e Cshateaubrun to ult wil f t. hI.111 .1 his back, In turn of. rvnr.l I she rolize that he bglht NOTICE., ent republitcs, says Mary W. Hlazeltlne
tween um that you will place friend upon the course to be adopted .Itci... l .' "was l id upon it, have ad her him-b.and lit out of his Noicoiven that the Town in lre '~ Marazine. the very nae
the docun have been drawn by them In puble affairs. Mme. Cha- strallp, ld ,_ i. the L-ife fell, his bead a Counci, for the '-ven of St. Anrmrews, of three of whr'bM i knowu to bnt ,
up, together ith Mr. Ponsonby's teaubrun took a lively interest in roiled I,,:o t basket, and his body a ra woman i Washington County, Florida, met foe ws, of thre of I hb ta knean to bty
check on the Shanghai bank. on the ta- the early efforts oorts of the revolutionists was r,i-m,vt.l to make room for the Pt witM seor. the n woman ln Wo hington County, Florida, met A How y Aeran or"t y
ble before me." to make France a constitutional mon. next ictinau. Fften of the twenty- stopped at Mme. Chateabrun'sa home on the 11th day ob November, A. D., have heamit for exampte. o- ftht' eI?-
"And after that?" queried Ponsonby. archy and was usually present at the one had .e executed when the iad told her that her husband was 1910, as required by law and rhe ordi t onwHt h ofr Wgntanie, which fta fic
"After that you may quaff the pol. conferences of her husband and his guillotine reft se to work. Whether ive n the ethm.er lands and desired dances of saidTown and revised the Auaenity by Ne th a nls ad.nt w o rh-
b t by. work.lier to comenianswhhd o
soned cup." answered the mandarin friend. the knife gt wedged in the grooves ared write her, fearing to Implcaot registration list of said town by eras- rosety by e ani w
amiably. During these meetings Boyer con. or whether t machinery that raised Iher as a (ospondent with an i ing therefrom the names of all.persons In nto thbe basin of the Teand td/
Burnett over at the window had man- ceived a passion for Mine. Chateau. the ax or tlan which detached it after thut waiti evesn to ano e her who have died, removed, improperly baid utde h the homes in the venn
t aged to lip his handkerchief through brun. For a time be struggled against it had been raised got out of order hlthlne. to Boyer she set out foher illegally registred, or who ar for y ofmade them riverome o the
the crack at his back and wedge one it. not even acknowledging to himself doesn't matt Something had gone plhie of her husband's exile, and in a any cause disqualified,t or whose r e re member the Wtumwa river How many
corner so that It fluttered out into the that he loved his friend's wife. But the wrong, aml n I... lu charge of the exe- fo dys he who wnds supeoed to have names are for any cause improve, o rly sylvnie remember the c omrnth of Trh
* night. Then he came forward and time came when he knew that life for cautions were l to tx it. on to his long home auppoed the wife upon the registration last, and oimprperlyed eastern of what Is ornd en ty
stood beside his omtpaninon. him was not worth living without her. The i" e. :.- were stopped, and awho had mourned hom ad the wife lasted n that the rist of names so st, nd ordered eastern art of what Is now Kent
Ling To Foy's face was Inff',xi!ble in As the revolution proceeded the two messeun % .; eut for mechanics to who d mourned r ar m were clasped in that the list of names so stricken from i n 1775 n which sent to the Cbaow.
its cruelty. "Place the check on the friends and coworkers found them- put the -,, .w in order. This re- rmssaid list be published in the St. An- nenta! conte. a delegate, who. bor.
table!" he comn;mnded.l. elves on different paths. Chateau- qu!red ti u il W'ting is not conducive hatIs od friendn had tranevdnce drehims Buov, a newspaper published 1in hve hea not hn.,-ted? How sta o
In unison the two Americans flung .brun continued a Conservative, while to dicipl:,... T-e lidiers who were that his iL e tldtrhim hth said town, which lint of names is as fol- or the short l v(d w-at o
the remnants of their cigaiettvs on the Boyer joined the ranks of the blood- there to ho crowd back grew lax, t .t r hi lo f h lows:' o'rhnktn. lr Frnkland. whhf at .
low table. "There's what's left of It." thirsty Jacobins. The latter did not and by t t. '.. n ,rkmcn had arrived ,ol!ev d fltlrd hs t ove Bo r had caus- C C Davis. W C I olley. it f eirtf i wteras wounf
said Burnett grimly. give up his visits to the Chateaubruns. people had l!.i&r,,,d their way close ed h.ls downfall ut n had cauver met WA Hill, "WI MGll. North CaoinCO
Before the manndarin cou'd corn- Indeed, he was not able to keep away upon he r..: :.n. six men standing Byer Bn Sul m unt changes BFPeel. William Stephens.
mand the servants to k;ll Ituanett's from the young wife of his friend, in line wI;, g for the repairs on the ,led te .aa,. u,,sr unotherfanc Each and all of above named parties A Remarabe Coer
hand shot up in the air with a ges- Since neither she nor her husband sue- machine tha was to make corpses of tin.d lh( r in! hlde ath by the having removed from said town. CA rliir l
ture. pected his love he was always wel- them. -8lhthn, ker hd lnthudhd for C ha- And notice is hereby given that the oin arati lc er tic- t. a
"Excellency, listen! The cry of the come. Gt ba cried thq guards, rhov- taubrun. Council whe d td for ha And note is hereby giveCoun that the r arnl A ot ib t'ki p
speptcr lird!" he shouted. And now, the revolution having Ing the to, 1 with the butts of their tIubrun. Council will meet ai the Council room at the ia on Aug. 0. 1S12. a arngra..
The mandarin seemed to shrivel in, swept beyond the conservatives, those muskeas. Thh Drawback. in the Bank of St. Andrews in suid of whi.h is Ktli p'reserved In the dity
Size as he lent forward, one f:it han. who had hoped for beneficent results This e was r-a:ed so often and was "-''n't you ivre Just as cheap tn the town on December 9th, at 3 o'clock p.m. itI'chlve ait that !:ine. The entertat-
raised to lhs ear. his fa;';e palli fear. The servants haxl IUS'ed as if beginning of a better regime, found little uteit,l was paid to It. Chateau- "1 t s. but everybody knows It out to be heard, and to restore such names s "lftTerv by be fire whbih had late
ftozen in their tracks. with their let themselves in the position of enemies bruun ,r-uL ly found himself In the h*'re.'" Iltfe. as have been improperly erased, and wu's" isuhnt and t ,at phle w a tlat
eyes fixed In terror, arms lifted. to their country. In attempting to fist line of e'-ators. Then, lnstead totransactany other business thatmay ,.~ c l, ,h ,t and lt .ly po. rrm-
menacing destUuction to the two men stay the flow of blood they incurred of being e line next the guillotine. li at the wludow. the enmity of those who were shed- hefouni hi self In the second. In the "i-", t, 't,*-t Given undor out hands this plth day were i wO irl:lunwnte uald two trlln
then ou o ttk niht t er came a ding It. Then It was that Mme. pushing tl: continued e was wedged f- '-o omf s-u November.A. Is.,1910, Saoloss wb l'bt
strange, unearthly cry. Chateaubrun began to fear for the back Into th third line mnd at last wa LEGAL NOTICES of November. A. u., 1910, t ooMk aet. .ays the wrter. I ti
When Its last echo had dil ownv safety of her husband. She urged him at the back f the crowd that was there L. FM.Bullock. both took part. senys the writr. Th
Burnett spoke In a solemnn voice, to re fom any further partlci. to see his l, id cut off. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. J. T. Gwaltney. uti s th t e of ta
though his keen eyes sparkled hope patton n public affairs, to go to a There .4sa)( tbing radically DEPARTMENr OF TU Tuz INratioRa. Go. W. Surber, jr. estii fister1s was a "tall. e.drty
fully. mall estate he owned in the country. wrong with ,thl Te t.ilI.Eo. The men U.S. Land Office at Ginem-ille. Fla.i L. E. Yiekerv. naa. weaulmg a great hdai C--ti who
all warewho hear th rice ut, dangerous as it was to continue a fixing it A oned pl1!d .l Noebei 5tth, 1910. Brown Council. e r
wa the t d Chateaubrun was too much of a man hb, eh, *. i r, was end uede, L a It Notice is hereby given that Willie H. Attest: Mayor. fori. u-v.r hoktng .*inywhfro but
what they are doiog. make peace wish Chateaubrun was too much of a anerd 31'*m. I :,. he di y was ended, and it Sherrer, whose postoflice address is Chip- J, R THOMPSON, To n Clerk. at ti' stag,+ This was (,,,the" The
enemies. le they die a dreiafu to cease to defend what he considered wa gro,'.. t tau on- ley, Florida, did t the lst dtay of Apri anuim t resulted for the fund wts
death! Ls te d excelled ay! iet i the best interest o he h e mob, is exe(.u aot 191 file in this offce swor -state meat t The -tr eh with.
Com! again!" requiring of their leaders more and o a i7t. quietly walked and Application, No. 06826, to purchase NOTBCE.t ,', nat tEe- pIano_ for cbaritj
Then all at once It did com'ne again larger dingaft of theirlood. Me aders moatre Thand away. thow of sand R w Sectioni To all Registerod Voto.r 19 t IWe ,i in rmeept(s $-* .t"
n fteAeryrb in efpelh r.r larger drafts of blood. Mine. Chateau- owh2 soth nam1tonCoun- s
in the very enble of th jun vad oa brun begged her husband to leave The Pla( e a Concorde Is at the naese eridia n, and th t im er thereo,- of St. Andrew e.i-. Wshi
the sound LingTo y hu bul Par e sent for hi friend Boyerbeinnng the Champs d'Elysees. under the provisions of the ac of Jne Florid: A o Ton .
lifted up In the air vith uerthly narow one of th e Jacobin lead oyers, Cad Chf:t, t every moment expecting 3, 1878. and acts amendatory, known as Naotioe M hereby i n that, the an- lar o JI ,ver w tn l to ut wi
cry of te r and ll l an aked himno onof the Jacobin lead better dand to be mi concealing as well as e the "imber ad Stee Law," at such aal election for Municipal Officers in tne ot f
twitching on the fltr before h udals. Boer ad e would take the matter could his 1 hands, his heart beat- value as might be fixed by appraisement, and for the Town of St. Andrews, in a th g's M ot .
dweahingom the r r i et ed hio yis ersaide he would take the matter d thtpursuant to such application, Washington County, Florida, wil be oA a ht at r wli'e e to bre tle -
dead from very fight. under advisement and let him know Bot redy ne tie the d and timber t reo an enlic held at the Office of the St. Andrews Ding? y tt
Through the doorway there' treamn- his conclusions. Both eedyand Effective. ppraised anFour Hundred anda beenty Buoy in said town on the 27th day of because be Is thirsty, but that lu't e-.
ed a file of American inairine t b'he The day after this interview there This indi tes the action of Foley's Dollars, the timerr estnmated-at 4100 Denember. A. D., 1910, the same being aetly right. If yn .~k at it you wi T
by an officer. wh leaped forward at .was a knock at Chateaubrun's door, Kidney P Is asS. Parsons, Battle hoard feet at $1.25 per M nd 140,000 the fourth T esday of said montI, to ee little drops of water dr$ipng tfln
the outstretched hands of his fellow and when It was opened a party of Creek, Mi I., illustrates: "I have been bo-.rd feet at $1.50 per hi., timber there- elent a Mayor, Town Clerk nud Mar- It Well. you know tht he yoe .t
countrymen at the window. soldiers entered and informed Cha- afflicted w th a severe case of kidne n as a distinct value of $1.00 per shal for said Town for the ter of one
"Just t e he innte -. teaubrun that he was under arrest by and badc t-oible fo hicn found Lac d 4fir at aine aos ai doe t re y e o't spirdIon t telw dsg's oidy c s*r nfer
you preased us into service aa a lbdy- his clinging wife he was dragged away Pills Th, cured me entirely of all and sworn statement on the 18hl day ot for one year and two Alderinen far the ture .coues out through tti tongue,
guard. eb. Burnett? The (rtiytig has and lodged In the conciergerie. January 1910, before the clerk of the term of two years and until their sue- and as the moisture on the trane
sneaked along in your wake for hours. Hie demanded-all arrested persons my ailmen I was troubled with back- circuit court at Vernon, Florida cessor e in offe are duly lted and dries upt doge body cool.-- l-
When the junk was wbeda l into ttalm made the demand-to know the charge ache and evemir shooting pains with Any person is at liloerty to proetst this qualified, delphia Press.
creek we beete suspious that h ine brought against him. He received no annoying rinary irregularities. The purchase before entry, or initiate a con- Polls to opens at 8 o'clock a and to
dirty work was up or d m 'outrl. On, reply till he was brought up for the steady u le of Foley's Kidaey Pills rid test t any ime before the patent issues eat o'cl o hands this How He Took I t
by one we caught the fellows on dock semblance of a trial he was given, meentirel of all my former troubles. i, filling corroborated affidavit in this 14Lh day ol October, A. D., 1910. "Inl trainim ." soald ian Itstmt r Is
and put them into the dispatch bot. then was informed that he was accusn- They hay my highest recommedda the entry. oinat S. whUc, Register. F. ,llock, athlete's, "'th i .rt'et. thik o. edi e
Then one of the boys saw your baud- ed of conspiring with others to bring ion .' So by Jo. U. Thompson & L. M. Ware, qsitrmd. muaver I tink of sh.tbet.
kerchief at the window, aund we w'ook- the Duke of Orleans across the border Co, NOo'r'dEl FOR UBLICArION. L T. ViGklry, te r y eighteen yIurs of mirri.d tl,
ed the specter bird -re mn them. Ioes and establish him as king. Chateau- fm ,,; ,,-,,- .... t ... e DEPARTMENT OF'TiE IaNTEIOK.' Ge. ViW. Suber, r. a ote of the tsou safd hmapias.t u-l
the business every time!" brun knew that there was not a word U. S Land.Office at Gainesirille FGla. Town Council.
"Where are we now?" of truth in the charge, but its very ONE DOLLAR FOR November ., 1910. Attest: J, H. DRiMMOND Ianyor,. bands in the world.
"The Grayling is towing you down absurdity told him that it was a pro- A 'iA [ ST. ANDRElIW (Cj'l l Notice is hereby given that James W. JNO. R. THOMPSON, Town Clark. '"'Dash.' I one said to hbi. "wepl
the river. Another half hour and text rather than an accusation, and he 30x50 in, ,ei, cirrectli platted a nd chail,, whose postofflie ddotess is tDash, old man, how do you iake uaa"
you'll be In the cty." lost hope at once. I ai Point Washingtoi, Florida, did on the 1st tied life?'
In the early morning hours in Pon- There were twenty-one persons tried sh-iwing ll the more imprtalt day of June, 1910, file in thisofficeswor JUDGES OF ELECTION, bAocor g to sections.' be re
sonby's rooms at the hotel the million- attthe same time with Chateaubrun bihliags is of great value tp any Stutement and Applicataon. No. 07195, to F. ho-reby appoint W. R. Willcox, B. plied."
aire drew from his pocket the mag- and convicted on various pretexts, one contta' plating puricia ihg prou purchase the ii, of ne sec. 11 and n of Thompsen and Gay. W. Surfer. ar.
nificent ruby that had formed the bat- They were all sentenced to be execut- erty in a wn. It ,evers abut fou ag1 west, T'tlhaihipMe o ve mentioned, to be held at thle ofxth Bene,
ton on Ling To Fey's offical cap and edon the gullotine on the same day. All miles o[ 'is:t line, extending enat and tihe timber thereon, uimder the pro- floe of the St. Andrews Buoy, in the in a primary school exanmntilan
handed it to the lieutenant of the were imprisoned in the conciergerie, ward frt 1 her'ss Poitnt to aand em visions of the act of Jnn 3 1 Town odinv.e h.
.... 88 Town of St,, Andrews, in Washington over which I onut' had the ph'asure to,


perstit6ios official, but after ma
reeks of skirmishing he had broug
together the two principals in t
transactions. The evening on the Jul
was the result.
"I presume your excellency," sa
flurnett, 'Is prepared to close this mi
Wer now. All that remains. Is for y
to sign this agreement and give Nf
iasonby a receipt for his check, whi
covers one-half of the agreed amoui
'The remainder will be paid to you
the expiration of your term of offl<
when the matter may be made publlk
"Quite true," murmured Ling '
FOY in his slow English words.
hall be pleased to discuss the matt
when my secretary appears. Mea
while we will enjoy the entertal
tnent."
He clapped his hands, and a mome
'leter wide casements were throv
open, revealing the flower boat alone
Wide keeping pace with the junk's lh
Iurely progress. The lanterns in tl
eabin were extinguished, and the thr
Wmen gathered about the window
witness the spectacle.
Burnett's eyes seemed to pierce tl
darkness beyond the lighted boat. H1
compelling glance seemed to demand
reasurance from something th
Suld be near at hand, and a va
Anxlety crept Into his watching fac
no sign appeared.
I ls eyes finally wandered to tl
meaive head of the mandarin behit
wthm he stood. The glowing ruby
SwhIfte velvet cap seemed to pulsa
fth some strange emotion.
After awhile the mandarin clapped
M nhai's, and the singsong boat dro
4p4 astern and was seen no more.
As the windows were closed axs
fhtu flared forth Ponsonby drew om
-Us watch. "The hour grows late. e:
ceflency. We wiSh to return to Shang
ha. before midnight," he drawled.
f The mandarin smiled blandly. Hb
VONce Was smooth as seli. "I regr
that my villainous secretary has bee
left behind in Shanghai I have die
atehed a sampan for htm, and In ttl
meantime we will anchor until he ai
ear. The matter must walt until ti
aseal joins us."
The two Americans exchanged quic
slances. The lawyer spoke first.
"It that is the case we will defer tbt
settlement of 'this matter."
"We will await the coming of th
.lepretary," purred the mandarl

S*".t will avoid future unpleasant
*e4s"- began Burnett with some heal
-wben -something happened that close
&, mUpa into a rigid line.
*Ot of the night beyond the close
t Mlewws, so loud that it seemed al
amost.jt his elbow, there came a blood
freezing scream, followed by a splash
a c' boking gurgle and then dead sl

"What was that?" Burnett asked
sharply.
The mandarin shrugged his fa
shoulders, and for the first time his
eyes fully opened. and the hatred ii
their depths startled the foreigners
"A killing-a small matter." he sneered
The cry in the night as they passed
fhEgagh the houseboat city merely
servedd to strengthen their belief tha
*p here. now beyond the confines o01
the native city, they were quite at the
mercy of the mandarin.
Instinctively Burnett's hand sought
lis hip pocket awlnd came away-empty
Njls mattered exclamation prompted
"JPoneonuby to feel for his own weapon
'ilth the same result. Some timt
since their arrival in board they had
been rellevir- of tho'r revolvers.
Ling To F*'*3 's yellow h-ind fti-mh.e(
a gong besile him and the curtiluq
parted to admit the recreant secretary
lw. diabtles ha.d been within ten
"feet of his master during the entire
voyage.
SThe mandarin uttered a few word
a Chinese and the secretary moved
S" wtPRy t6 the heavy draperies that
; covered the walls of the cabin and
lifted them one by one, revealing rows
of armed servants In grin outline
against the earvedh'Iack-!rrnnd.
.When the Americans had counted
thrty in all the Ihst curtain dropped
*om the hand of the secretary,.
'A holdup for sutr:'!" mnrmured Pon-
s onby, drawing a small leather covered
5kt from his pocket. From among
the leaves of cigarette wrappers he
drew a thin folded slip of paper, tore
ft in two and passed half to his cow-
.' panton.
58moke your fast cigarette. Burnett,"
SMaid signiticantly, offering his to-
kecco pout-h.


Slurnett mulled sardonically as he
d4ftly rolled a cigarette and watched
Ppnsonby do the same. Then as ht.
acehed a thatch .tp his smoke hih
gfhricev enigth the malevolent gaze of
tqe uiamndiriji.L
LiAng To Fey uttered a few sharp
aoders and the svceetary motioned the
f rergues away from their stand be-
lind the table. Relucttantly they
stepped aside. careful that their back
Should be against a shuttered uncur
talned window.
The secretary opened a wide panel
B.. the bulkhead, disclosing a canopied


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Grayling. which was the depot of supplies, sQ bing (I St. Andrews, with cr acts endaory, kuown ,s the "Timber County, Florida, on t a 27th day of De- preside one of the questions was with
"The cry of the specter bird saved to speak. for the terrible engine of Fiand sttie Lkw," at such yalue as miihti comoner, A. D., 1910 The polls to open regard to the five senses. One of tte
ourJives, Decker," he said, with emo- 'death. The day before the execution rpondin terit iuian. Pe' be fixed by appraisement, and th.tt, pur al 9 o'clock a. m., ani to be kept open bright pupils handled the subject thu :
tion. Mine. Chateaubrun went to Boyer One Doll at the 1IUOY Office. suant to such application the land and until o'clock p mn. of said day; and I "The five senses are sneezing, Sob-
"Not on our life." vocifeadted the a begged him to save her husband. imber thireon hrve.)cen appraised, at also appoint John Sturrock to be olerk bing, crying. yawning and ccughtg.n
other "make me craw when Ifera theuk e told her that to show favor to one nre ad Eighty-fiveDollar, ha this 14th day By the sixth sense is et an etra
He thedtinr tha'tosthiw"ftvd l50totne souturd Ieets Given undpre m hani this 14th day one which some folks have. 'his
of scaring the old. begauar to death convicted by the mob's tribunal would EXPERIENCE at $1.50 per M, m and timber di October A. D.. 1 e olk hav. t
Wou n --t i ni rtne -cWred p-'-t- _---be to endanger his own head. She thlrt velue f $1 00 per acre for turpeti- J. H. DRUMMOND, Mayor. snoring." Womana' H me Comipan
been an open fight. Burnets fore- was atonLshead tnt e consilerea a FuU ., and B.est o'ac kYll.o0; ia M --- -
thought In asking for escort saved the risk in the case of his old friend, but saiu, a 'plicant will offer final proof in .np- A. D., 1910 F. Bullock
day!" t thought in asking for es aort saved the Boyer maintained resolutely that he porf of his application and sworn state- . Ware, Merely Question of Comfort.
day!" He tossed it to the attorney, dare not interfere. From Boyer the n'ment on The 1.th day ot Jnnuary. 1911 J Gwaltney, "ow.doctor." complained a blumous
h at i ho L a wife went to the conciergerie to tell before he clerk ol the circuitt court atr L E patient "ty grint trouble Is eleptnnts
home a check that month which en- her husband of the failureof her mis- TRADE MARKS Vernon, Florida, Goo, W. Surbr, -nk nes Not that I object to e
able his father to pay off the mort- hu sG bid hie goodbye Sleuwas o r mD INSp Ainy person is at liberty to contest this A osR. THOMPSON, To DClert. phuts, you ud and I l h them
abled his father to pay off the mort- slob and to bid him goodby. She was COPYRIGHTS&C pimrihase Itefre entry. or ivi'ikte a con- THOMPSON, Tobut they do crowd one o. uce
gage on his farm, while Burnett's taken from the prison and carried efrentry. or i te a con- eodo crowd oneo-
wife wears as a pendant at her throat home in a swoon. ty aiouropiion free viet as e.-t at any time before patent issues, )y iagazlue.
Inventionist robably patentable. Commk 1, filingsa corr-boratvd affidavit in this of.
the magnificent ruby that once graced The next morning ostila number of tarts rCdental.bin Handbookon Pat 'Ourin List. K
Thnxt ga number of carts tfree. Aency for securingpatent. fiee, alleging facts which" would detest O Kindnoss.
mandarin's cap. Ponsonby does t were backed up to the door of the con- q no n trough Munne to reco the oent'ry. HENy S. CHUBB, Rgiser. e OY hasidt very herald Kind looks kind words kd at
7 thoutc^r In ,he 'he BUOY hch arde ery In ehIch i -a nd kwarm ha ,w r t% k
own any coal mines in China. ciergerie,- and a soldier in the prison fj -.NOICE FOR,,'UBLI.A-,IONith ar s-
called the names of twenty-one men NOTICE FOR PUBLIAT'ION. ,Xing arrangements with afew of the veri lanll.t. s >r
called the names of twenty-one men hd. Juuuucuuerhuse-:'eat pulilicationa in the country and for undary iiaensa gra'e'whea iron ave
who were to go forth to execution. A8hai0m, ,ti, trratle weekly. Tarmest ,$ Dpartmeni of the Interior.e the present can send for a whole year introhelmnd mre hn
yn LAm ongr 'me,,urn. *ermsa* re eh was Henri Chateaubru ._n,.ii, b)anedea!er U. S. Land Office "at Gaiesvil e, Fla.g their
I -< -. A.L "_ kAmong them was Henri Chateaubrun. yar. t,.or tnths. $L S, by all newsdea!ers. U. 8. Land Office a, Gainesville, Fla.) : he BUOY and
. ..I~n- a m .. .. u sn e. Im l --of]r .]hbn, nat l


PIlPzini t11y1)rrrttIjU em,. $3.
UWI 331Broadwa fNew Tork November 2d, I91. Detroit Free Press (twice-A-wee '
Uranob OI. & iS V. Waisi-stnn. D. Notice ti hereby given that Joseph A: and Year Rook)............. 7 His Natoity.
Gloyar, of yoles' Florida, who,on Juno The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5. 8:.'H le tl l .
2, 1909. made Honetead entry, Serial No do Senmi weekly.fortl 53 e little gsrl hed oUo hoetl~ p
05406 for s% of nwy4 section 1 at.d a of scientific American' .... 3 5, 5 ehQ and was telung the famllylabput
a ere t araeetrouse heY4 ofqoction 2, township 2 south, rage Farmer aiil Fruit Grower ... 55 a certain stout man that had lectured
PE Su pps1Ilu1 15 west, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed Floiida Agriculturist 1 5.to them in the morning. When
D.i t TLr.mpon.. S, notice of intention to make final commu- do clubs of 5. each 2 j through her father said:
i? t, S .i, N.C.. ,jD o f- s tationi proof, to establlish claim to the Farm Jqurnal, Philad'a. monthly I 17 "What nationality was the mau,
r. la above described, before the oountv N. Y. World threee weqek) 1 75 daughter ?"
3'oti, iJr H. D. M, Claripsurg t Tm..wrlies: jusge. at Vernon, Florida, on the 14th The Oosmopolitan.. 1 75e he re -
SN ot Q ared m dity of Deareir, 1910. The Oriterion ................... "rk Engh, se reIc.-
by MARTIN RUDY. LANCASTER. PA? Cllaimant names as witnesses: Wiley For aay or either of the above public ange.
Dixon of Millers Feray, Florida; Willie lona in connection with the BUOY ad
Sold in St. drew's Say by Dr. W. G. Afirche.! Gainer. Morgan Forsyth anid W. Woods press all orders to 1HE BUOY 1 ad- Dressed in "Black and Yellow,"
FOR FREE4MPLofoupcrt. Florid. Regis .t Andres Fla Not "Football Colors," but the eol)r o
-_ -|L 111-. -. .. -_ .__ _-. .- -- --___-__ .. th e carton containing F ole) 's H op ey
and Tar, the best and safest cough
I V IL I S l S9if lH J FRENCH FEMALE remedy for all couehs and colds Do net
s 3 i P 1 L L S. accept a substitutes but see ltht iou
SS A A, ci,. RTAI M, for vORiasen Mw .. get the genuine Folev's Hone 'and 'a r
EVEROWNTOF4L. Safety SuretV SdyiSaia-. in a yellow carton wilh black letters
at *J]probox. WUllMadtemontrial,.tobepaidfr Sold by JnO. R ThOmPeon.& Co.
n, kidne or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities. havehemse n..dyourn borr. R T t o.____ .
'the bl_ restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes. UNITEDELOICACO.,,Boax74.,LANSRx.] PA. T6 t1VyKYR I

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Guillotine

A Break -n the G Machine
Made a Great Differenc.

By HERMAN WINFIFLD.
Copyright, 1910, by American Pres
Association.

Truth Is so much stranger than fic-
tion that perhaps it is better to state
that the maln Inident of this story
actually happened "ust as It Is re-
corded.
The French revolution had reached
that stage commonly designated the
reign of terror. Every day the ,oors
of the conclergerle prison opened to
let out a number of human be not


' They all walked out to the carts, some
of them dragging. themselves, some
; erect, all of them showing in their pale
and haggard features the mark of
death. Standing in the carts, they were
driven toward the Seine and crossed
It by a bridge entering the Place de
la Revolution, since called the Place de
ha Concorde. There stood the guillo-
tine with persons to work It ready to
lop off twenty-one .heads. and there


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