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: August 12, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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A *iss Professor' es *iet Iad r,
6f tif Deadly Nightshad.'
*b6t since the famous "cholera ieai
fit" many years ago at whick tfi
H ntti professor Pettetikofer dI~iioin
fittMd fit fis Owit fbdy that certalti
babilli d - n@tMd to be those of cholera
*&rei't tfiat kind after all has so mnct
fatertet b~if taken in a toxicologica
N*iipeiilnt Ail ii that made recently
S: kl fitibees~sr of the University
6 iet fnimaei thfg *ak o6f testing
the Ptfttft1 of polsonitig by berries o
the deadly hightshade. front fotr tt
ten of which, according to the age aid
strength of the subject, are common.
supposed to be a fatal d[se: Dr. Kan
negiesser had the courage to swwallowv
ten berries.
Seven minutes afterwafd the chief
poisonous element of belladontfla atro
pine. began its work. Dizziness, dry
nes In the throat, and after an hou
impairment of sight followed in du
The experimenter industriously mad
t~tes, but when he felt a leaden sen
station creeping over him and when hi
limbs refused to move at the blddin,
of the brain, he thought he had gon
far enough and took a powerful emet
le. Notwithstanding this the symp
to m continued.
The next morning he found himself
etftferta from temporary loss of merm
oey. hallucinations and painful convu]
slons in the arms and legs. It was
week before Dr, Kanneglesser's iroz
constitution overcame the poisonous
His observations are spoken of ver
highly by the medical profession, bu
he says that he wouldn't make another
experiment of this kind for all th
wealth of the ludies.--Geneva Coi
New York Sun.

Angel of the Campanile.
Venice's Campanile is so near com
pletion that the angel which surmount
ed it is about to be boosted to its foi
mer place. The angel was Ahbtttere
when the tower collapsed, but th
ileces have been iut together again
'The hmed. frnm.- and legs are of soli
bronze, the body is made of plates o
hammered copper and the whole flgur
Weighs 2.400 pottilde. Instead of begin
fixed as it wat before it will be set o
a moving base so that the outsprea
Wings will make it act as a weatbhe
Van m.B .e. -,

Very ilmpsing public function. Th
kitg of tamin 1i represented by th
mninsteLt of agri'c ltuire, who, excOrte
with native munii and much beating
of drimt, proceeds to the plowitl
field, where tsm rt lsriptuite at
chanted Slttd mtyVtic ite ite perfortn
ed. The oxen. de-oratedt with gil
lands. ate yoked to the plow, the firm
furrow is opened, and rice 1.4 sowi
Modern plows are just being intrt

English--s She Is Written.
A farmer boy Who had a cough
Made up his mind his job waS tough,
So hied him to a well stocked slough
Where he could fish the whole day through
And listen to the soft wind sough
And sigh and kiss each leaf and bough.
"My work's not done." he said. "althous
I.think that I have done enough.
If td'd should kick and cut up rough
Some. other way than at the plough
P11 find to earn my daily dough."
-I .fpincott's Magazine.


lie'al r UU1,.Mu-.
kiaijLLiid Un Wie Lr.SL
&*..uLt Lakhiroaturdays

.L ci aL*t iiuIterd.
WV.HJ. k'ALKEk, W. M.

i,..1)1 itECTO R.
Aii.ry Pablic for State at Lsrgc; 'has
jirtilictiou to administer oaths, take
lJ1rtL, leg rlI" actcnowledige-
.iiats, etc., anyilivere in Florida.
3I.s Ai..l attention given to land coGa-
e vI t*e s m -.*riagSe crermo,'y. pe r'
for tuid for lawfully qualified parties:
pto iain yvuchers verified. Office at
the Buoy office, St. Andrews.

Notary Public for 'tate at Large, So-
S,)licits official business. Office at
Bank of St. Andrews.

Justice of .the Peaco. Dist. No. 5. Of-
fioe in West End, St. Andrews; but
carretes his seal with nim at his busi-
ness and is -,repared to apply his
jurat wherever found. Attends to
official business in his jurisdiction.
Collections a specialty.

iTotary Public for the State at Large.
Offlee at Parker, Fla. Co.ivevunc'6ng
iad payment of taxes for torn-resi
dents, specialties.

Atrorney at L4 w.
dtICEF-S IN AI..l cdU T
iW'Offf" e dnT trimmerce av'pnue,
St. Andrews. Florida.

Jai 1imir Pir Sale or For RenAt
Property With Me.
aeial Agent for-the National Co Op.
&eoCj6xipany, Wabhinlton. D, c.

" $1.00 a Year in AdVance.

SEntred Sept. 3, 1i2, at 9t. Andrews,
Fl.,:; st8nd dlass matter, Ender
S Act bof ingtgeas df Mordh 4, 1870.


Display adv. fates, O'c : i' inch
per month. Position and extra-
g ordinary coilditibn rates subject
f to special agteemient.
d "Local Drift," 5c per line, first iii-
yr ertifiof e per line each diibse-
q- Lefit. Display loaMs double
v Lbo0ve rates.

f T( thts pafigroph is 1ie6ked with a
blue pencil it Is a reminder that your
r subscription has expired afid that two
de U thfire extra fttmnbers will be sent
you that no breair me.,; occur should
v you choose tb redew.

s AN INi"lt SilNt LETTER
e Corresnondence of the Buoy.
- WILLOW LAKE, S. D. 7-20-12.
The Buoy: After leaving tny
f Florida home in May, I wished a
great many times I had waited an-
a other month. The spring m-.nths
n were very cold and raw, here,
s about like your winter months.
. However, the la t few weeks have
it made up for a great deal of the
!r cold earlier in the season. The
e thermometers have registered 96
and 100--some report 110. We
were threatened with drouth aud
some pieces of early grain were
t. hurt; but the drouth is broken and
r- the prospect is now for a full crop
d of small grain. Corn will be a
I, bumper crop; potatoes promise
rt much and a large area was planted.
'f Politics runs to the top notch
g and at full speed. The Roosevelt-
it ians carried the day in the prima-
d ries by a large majority and in the
r State convent ion practically dis-

waling 4ekIu w wh t tht ie.-P1r,_j

ty will do as eagerly as we waited
to know what the democrats would
do at Baltimore
I do not know whether or not
you have a' primary election law in
Florida. If you do, I hope it is
better than the one in this state.
Under the old delegate system the
"common people" had something
'to say. Now, all .they can do is to
endorse the candidates set up by
the machine.
I am cutting my notches to get
back to Florida as soon as possible.
I hope to take two or more families
with me.
The Buoy reaches me regularly,
Wife joins me in greetings to all
acquaintances. Both well.

AI vast amount of ill health is due to
impaired digestion, When the stom-
acn fails to perform its fuhctions prop-
,rly the whole system .becon es de-
ranged. A feW doses of Chambehidti's
Tablets is all you need. They will
strengthen your digestion, invigorate
you- liver and regulate your bowelt,
entirely doing away with that miscrtl.
ble feeling due to faulty digestion
Try it. Many others have been per-
minausutly cured-why not you? Fcr
sale by all dealers..



; A Halloween Story.

0' Copyright by American Press Abo-
ciation. 191.

It was a dark night, for there was
no moon on this Halloween. and the
t'are. rugged branches, of the locust
trees rubbed creaklagly in the slight
wind that cam* from the south.
The big c-lock ta the lower hall
'truck the three-quarters after 11. and
as the chime died away Eve Farnam
slipped out of her pretty white bed
and stole to the window. All she
could asee was a black wall of dark-
ness. but she could bear the creak of
the ioctLSt trees and the gliUtil sighing
of the iWith wind.
Ev shjidd1id a iftfti Mt the idea
ofr gati 111 ifo 6Mat blacti void all
tlone;fo sbhe *i timlf a't night
SheA always scurr st tAe ft t rf cor-
ners of the hall. in' the shadows on
the stairways had been ier dread
since childhood. The ramblfig oldi

ihobs _afforded many sh
rerie ,cners, and Eve ha
grown her little girl terrc
fte amusement of the rest
But Eve wad eighteen n
had been reading old f e
tier pretty head was f" l
ladies and gallant knight
deeds of love and daring
mance had chanced in thi
tine 6f her life, E46' Far
ibilve~ to set out this w
and, throwing fears to th
thI spirits of Halloween a
tf to set her feet in the
the rest of the household
for Eive' matter of fact
never gitfi a thought to
possiblittles of this mer
Farnam had removed th
ehat no iuEchiev dts b0ys D
then to the postodice st
them up against the fou
plfible square. He had


the doorbells and retired
usual hour quite oblivious
that his young daughter
have loved to test her 1
tune in all the old fashion
"M*ea .parings, melted, I
Cezst'ntts and mitrror.
tve'dtessetd heret? In
and, grasping her hand a
shaking hand, opened h
slUDed out i*at thu blackI
upper hall. She tried to
rifled beating of her heart
the silent house it sdtnde
louder than the ticking
clock at the foot of the st
She groped for and fot
Sister and went earefull
softly carpeted stairs un
breathless beside the tal
knew that It was drawing
night and she must haste
she wanted to test the ch
It required another effo
ly summoned courage to
reach the front door an
noiselessly outside. Once
b keatht the locust trees.

immediately overstepped the narrow
path that encircled the house, she
gained confidence br closing her eyes
and groping her way back to the grav-
eled path.
Eve bumped into the trunk of a
locust tMe and scraped her hand on the
rough bark of another, and, although
she opened her eyes, she immediately
closed them again, for the darkness
seemed quivering with ghostly shapes.
Then to tlW accomplaniment of sough-
ing wind and rustling tees Eve began
her wanderings. For teti minutes she
went around and around and baek and
forth over the lawn. always fearful of
trespassing on tbe grounds that ad-
Joied her father's fffac. Here was
set another colonial house, patterned
after the Farnam home. for the two
places had once belonged to brothers.
and. although an Iron fence frani along
the entire front, tile grPdtlihd had no
dividing line.
Eve was not afraid of Judge Becker
their next door neighbor, for lie wa.
a genial soutnalaO devoted to her, 'bui
she was fearful of discovery, and s1t
could foresee the bantering she must
undergo If her fanciful expedition wa%
made known.
So when she felt the briers catching
her serge skirt she knew she was on
the borders of the rose garden, and she
turned and walked as directly as she
could in the opposite direction, and as
her feet grated against gravel she
opened her eyes and was relieved t,
see the faint blur of white trimming.-
that outlined the windows of her
Eve knew the path well. and It was
with entire confidence and newborn
courage that she shook out her gold-
en fleece of hair. held the mirror be-
fore her face and-slowly began to walk
backward around the path.
If the charm held good. and Una Bid
well had assured her it was Infallible,
Eve knew that before she regained
the starting point she would either
see the face of her future husband
peering from the mirror or she would
meet the melancholy fate of old maid-
Step by step around the house, on-
ler the grape arbor that spanned the
tick premises, under the rose trellised
perg'la oni thb south, and the mirror
remained a black void. Eve knew she
wouldd die of terror if a face should
appear-.in the mirror, but she felt that
peath would be preferable to ai soIl
ry existence without love 6oi" r

stantly. "I waas frprIlst. lou W
-at this hour." '
There seemed an Interrogation at
the end of the sentence. add Eve found
herself explaining, coldly, haughtily.
"It's Halloween," sih said stiffly.
"I was merely testing aa old charrm-
for-er-scientifle reasons." Bhe was
gratified at her own Wit in flashing
this reply, and she went on, "I might
ask an explanation of your presence
here in my father's grounds?" And
there was no doubt about the question
"Your father! Why, this is Judge
Becker's house I am him nepheW, and
I ame otut for a smoke before"-
I "Oh, Ideed!" interrupted Eve cool-
ly. "I must have missed my way in
the dark, i belong neXt door." And,
having become accustomed to the
darkness, she could now see.the dim
bulk of her father's house across the
flatise of lawn dind moved away
from hfe few cqtfaifntance.
But hq caught tip with hef and
pressed the forgotten mirror into her
hand. .

SThe Cheever |

STI wirns

4 They Were Outwittd i Their i.
0 Practical Jok*e -


p Copyright by Amnerit Press Asso-
c clation.-1e 1.
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When the Cheever twius ehQ
dress exactly alike. when they, shved
their mustaches and when Eu'pc. eA
,changed his gold seal ring for 4owePib's
diamond, then their hves could not.
tell them apart, much 0 the mt64h u',.
the Joke loving brothers. O, course
the twins were accustomed to havtng
strangers confuse their identities un
der the most ordinary eonditionzs. but
when they were clever enough to pus
zle the two women who knew them
best they rejoiced accordingly. ,
"Bet you." grinned uEnoch one,- day
as they lunched together downtown,
"Bet you," returned Joseph. with a
significant smile.' .. .

That night Mrs. Eniocli tneever met
'her husband at the door bf their flat
and returned his proffered kiss. -
stantly there flashed over her the cn.-
viction that this wat iit brother-in-
law. but her face did not etiray her
He hung his hiat on the tree and a ttc
Into the brighter .light bf the dining
room. He stood there a moment. riiV-
bing his hands with the gesture whicd
was a marked characteristic of his
brother's. For a moment Madge Chee.
ter wavered in iter opinion. She
Acrutinized gray suit. stIifVt ilfl ie anti
king. but they were all just as her
husbandd had worn 'hem in the morn-
"YUti look pleased, ry den'if., '6-
oIf~ Joseph as ni6- ~it down in Jo
66p 0 efMr and lqdled the sotup. .
"t ." rettrift' 9adge with helgh*t
'0df color a w much spirit. "YQd
recollet fiat ai',. Mr. Eifrson, ho
ailed t# ohe r evening?"
"Bensofit repeated Joseph vaguely
#h&-ah-um-yes. fiat about him?"
"Well, he says he 111 accept yohr
"Offer-ab. yes. my Otefr!" repeated
Josepi. uncertainly. Then kifh a de-

hado*W and Jdst as she reached the southwest.
d never out- corner of the house and as the distant
'rs, much to chiming of the clock proclaimed the
of the f1i- last strokes of 12 Ere's heart and
io*, an she breath seemed to suspend action for a
w, andce he brief moment. There was the unmis-
mances ufh l takable fragrance of aj good cigar.
ts and thl There appeared a red #low reflected
In the mirror, and befute Eve could
As no ro- turn she walked into At alr of strong
e placid row- arms. while oer bet' Shoulder there
nam had re
nam' ag appeared toir~ hi nstttit il astonished
tches' night face lit up by i gtdi of the cigar.
e wind, give She saw a pair of d4ikt yes and
npaths ofrt caught ,glimpse of handsdfle fea-
tures, ad t0If mirror dropped to the
Swas asleep, ground iW Et ,ttuggle4 to free her.
parents had elL
ti onmanite It was easily datie. 4' her captor
ry ev& Mif made no attempt to hod her. Indeed.
e frbf gates it appeared that he was as much as-
might convey tonished at the encounter as was ve
steps or* protf herself, but he oas quicker to recov-
Mtat in the er his eqtiiunimity.
altU ft hfe "O-ho! -So you are tempting the
fates, Lucinda?" he laughed pleasant-
"Your. 'scienmune mnrument, Mias
Farnam," he tIid cOfrteobuly. "My
uncle promised to bring me dfer to
call upon your people tomorroww"
"We will be very glad to see you,"
faltered Eve, hastening her steps.
"Thank you," bb said softly. "Good
"Good nigfit." tmithe4 o t, df d,
feeling dreadfully unconventional, she
fairly ran the distance to her own
house and let herself noiselessly In-
When she was ?iM ltf her room
once more she regained hi breath
and the realization of what had really
happetfrd. A warm color flew to her
cheeks, and a little strong almost burst
from her lips.
S'He is handsofiid." sh- mififured,
"and thai Bidwell did say It was ani
infallible test. It was perfectly won-
derful. though."
But of course everybody knows the
wonders of science are illimitable.
The neaf dayV the young man called.
but did not deem it 6'e6Wfy to bring
his uncle, f616 Judge, along with hib.
ite received him with a telltale blush.
S He seemed luelined to discuss Hallow-
een subjects, told her many leends
connected with the day, sat1fi fllt tde.
AND HraL IT sirous of keeping her mind glued td ib 6
subject. He asked her ift she believed
to bed at the there was any truth in the statement
s to the fact that.a young girl Will see the face "of
would dearly the man she is to ttifrtfi' in a looking
fate and for- glnss on Halloween. live said that shd
>ned -svays of believed In nothing but pure science.
lead, roasted whereupon he asked her to explain
what acientlfle prindlplte jj was toat-

mirror in one Eve broke down at thi, and the path
er door and of true love was thenceforth smooth.
tunnel of the Lucinda was the nameof Judge BecK-
still the ter- ers black cook, and Eve was eager
k for there in to grasp at this mistaken identity.
d to her ears "Yes." she said as huskily as she
of the great could. Lucinda had a voice like a fog
airs, siren.
und the ban- A hand caught her thick golden hair
y down the and held her prisoner. "So." he chuck-
til she stood led. "you have found a har restoWer.
I clock. She Lucinda. something that has turned
near to mid- your woolly tufts to long and silken
n outdoors If tresses?" He scratched a match and
rt of hurried- ld It before her lovely, blushing.
rt ofenable her to shrinking face.
enable hersto The match fell from his fingers,
d let herself and his hold of er hal was loosened.
a on the turf beg your
"O oI beg your tdoftV he cried 18-
.-fr se hd- V, ANN_ .0% e -A

sire to drop the siibject of the un
known Benson be added hastily, "'1ll
gee Ietson about It tomorrow."
"But he is coming this evening.
Enoch." protested Madge innocently.
"What lu the dci fc Is he coming
*Te IUilght f01 I've an engagement
at the lodge- ot to ilitiate n fe.
c'halI ." .Ios.|t- h l 'hl 'e er arved tht
roast with 'aim ipre.i|lon. mwrrvinm
1.airv... ItrW im...,-

You know I like it well done amn
dlte ihbl-k. Fnoo h." he compialuetl
Gut sihe It. 1i. evident perturbatioun was uf
iiienit for her alont-s1melt. T 'ltil hl
returned to ti(,e .sujrevI r rten0on.
"It doesn't seem to mru you're trea-,
ing Jot quite right in that l ismon ma'n
ter. I:noch." she remnrkod after ai 11i
tie pause. "The very idea of your fur
nishlng that maen sipltl to go int,:
ltu-inqss neross the street from young
-owu store! It's all very well for you
because you will have a S "ofr prof
Its either way. but w2labout pour
Joseiih?" di .^
"Yes." echoed .. wide eyed.
open mouthed.t, y Wiatabout, poor Jo-
sephr ,' ..

suddenly. "You ate not eating toma-
toes after what the doctor said?"
*Pifflel" snorted Joseph testily. He
was thinking of his brother and the
wily Benson. who had once been their
head salesman and who was anxious
to part another shop in competition
with his former employers.
"Enoeh CheeverI" cried9 Madge once
more. "The very idea of your speak-
ing to me in that manner If you do
not apologize at once I shall telephone
to father to come up here"
"Why-why, what did I sayr de-
manded Joseph, uncomfortably aware
that he could not face, unflinching,
the cold black eyes of Mrs. Enoch
Cheever's father.
"You said 'piffle.' and you never used
such an expression before in your life
-not to me. Of course I know-Joseph
talks to poor Ada that Way, but I
won't stand It!"
Mary entered the toom at that mo-
ment, and while she removed the
dishes Ond placed the dessert before
her mniatress there was an uncomforta-
ble silence between Mrs. Enoch Chee-
ver and her tischievotts brother-an-
When they were alone Joseph sal4
meekly: "I apologize, Madge. 1 wma
really thinking of something else."
Anud then, with a sadden accession of
diguily. he added: "'1 think you are
uistakeu about Ada. I amn sure Joe
dueset act like such i brute as you

Mladge tossed her blond -head. "4
Lnow what Ada tells me in cond-.
denrce." she said loftily. "'1 am sure,
that she is sorry she ever married
your brother." ,, ,: --
"Sorry she ever married me--
inita asked poor Joseph, aghast.
"You know she had lots of chances,
to do better." pursued Mrs. Enoch
Cheever complacently. "Joseph is
ukce looking, and he wouldn't be that
it e.. didn't look so much like you
Enoch. pt be Isn't clever one little
)it. inp ou. kIow Ada adores clever-
aess .i n n a, ,,
"1 suppo e so," 'Admitted 4da's hus-
band, neglecting his iuidling.
"T' t Ned Laurieson--onu rSpeMp )
the oeibw who was sO .wUId.,about
S\da' trk4 lue eyes? *el, tou know
pw, en.one4,,6 te stage after she re-
N Iu him jan4 he ba#,0ec9mie a great
it. u I p pose AX has ever
*dJoe about the affair ouctse 1e
h1in;k she still feels a sort o-er-at-
(l fenrit. d -rn't rvon know, dear."

now,-giatre at ecac btWer: -.fesW J;f, -
"Whatis this. about. Bensoi'r "i9w
tored Joseph threate'n.lngly. -
"That's just"'whtat I was going to
ask you," retorted Enoch, "And do
you know Ned Laurieson, the actor?"
They stared at each other, bewil-
dered, not at first comprehending the
situation. Then a great light broke
over Joseph's face, and he slapped his
knee. -Stung!" he yelled excitedly.
When Enoch had gathered the import
of the situation he fell into a Turkish
rocker and gasped for breath. "And
they had it all cooked up between
tnem beforehand against the next time
we played that trick on 'em." laughed
Enoch agathe two, much relieved of
their jealous fears, compared notes.
"What can we afford to do, Joseph, now
that Benson isn't going to run a store
across the street and put us out of
business? Pretty cute in 'em, eh?"
"I was thinking," rejoined Joseph,
"that we might afford each to buy half
of that touring car we were looking
at the other day. And, say, that would
be a surprise worth while, eh?"
"Yes, considering how meanly you
treat your wife," chuckled Enoch.
"How about Ned Laurieson?" de-
manded Joseph inquisitively.
"Piffle!" returned Enoch complacent-
ly, and then they both laughed some

A Modern Version.
Chapter 1-Diogenes set forth in
search of an honest man.
ChlaptSt' 2--He found him.
Chapter 3-The honest man euchred
.ti4, out of his lantern.--1altimore
Bun. .
SI Probably: Net
"Is Plckleby,,a mgnlcure artist?'
"I don't knpow.. ,. ..
"I just saw.him, and; hq .told pe that
he had charge of, a hundred an4s at
his place of business." Cleveland
Plain Dealer. ...-

Sport of the Antipod5ssb,..:j..
A favorite sport in New Zealapi4,as
also in Australia and Tasmania, is cqm-
petition in wood chopping and sawing.
and in these contests, which attract a
great deal of interest, the champion-
ships ore always won through the unb
of America.tools., In fact, the expt"r'
woodsman working .for a prize woul%1
atver thilik of using any other kind o
i, o lj -. ~

be 'curvertwWe J'ibW? -ltW=
plate by he' Ihttflr aIf.pr' u-ptlrA-
In the case of a test whblh h1s 1 ee s g
made recently. A bullet wns tlred
from a rifle at a distawne of thirlty-'-:i
feet against the surface of an Iro f.
plate which had been treated by -the
infusion process, striking with vreiluliyf
of 2.700 feet a second. The hardAie'l'
surface caused the rifle ball to rlhouuid.
with such directness that it struck tlnt'
stock of the gun from which it 1ind,
been .fired. Imbedding itself In the
wood and narrowly escaping the per-.
son of the marksman by whom'tht
shot had been flred.-A. J. Thompsotn
in Cassler's Magazine. .
Thumb Print Evidence.
"Ah, I see you have a new coo6K,'
my dear
"How. do yon know It?"
"1 notice the. Imprint Of a rppeg
thumb on my soup plate."-Brownipg's

Helped to Keep Down Exp'psens,
Mrs J. E. Henry, Akron, MipBh.-:,tel,
how she did so, "*1 was bothered with,
my kidneys and had to go-nearlvy douo.
ble. "I tried a sample of foley. Kinteyi
Pills and they did me so mucA good.
that I bought a bottle,. ad.o fetej that,
"they saved me b)g dootor'a bill '
Sold by J.R Thompson. .

Mke Kidameas l.Bl-~M N gllhlt

-An Illusion. *'
Touch qIar, f,.qreea4 ?tV.,ACJhft.,
finger. Kp..the, .atty. ,ipnilp^ nn
slowly .otate yoqr. Wplkd,paggt,",,ttrlt
,have, an. trresistbip e, ntwwtiv Ai.A tt
Is. tle ,fl)gepr ttp that u movuin( and
not tle head. ...
** a, ee i p a r cn t A b iva j i
SAt, he;,heig lht ff :l.twi .yb a. nan .. ln .
lan arrnplazn yin oope a P IltWrlpt' glld-
iing aloug thirty feet uuder waIter.
J a....".,, sident, Garfield...ih.- "*,
G rWe .was .-he,,Br^ W.Di d. ,. t,
ihaV. jlsl mlothec. amoug hb.i Inaugaran-
jtio6 day bearer -
Tho, NlSy *JAlR( -j.,.,r:...t
-Pop, when you sow wVlldonts what
crop do you get'' t .
S"Iemons, my son." -Ex*change.

"I -.'


,,.. .. .

Madge smiled fndly at josepn, wno
managed a sickly grin In response.
. "I dare say she does," he said gloom-
ily. "' ft of slender, willowy chap, I
suppose." The Cheever brothers were
inclined to stoutness, with thinning
hair on top of their kind heads.
"He has an adorable flxIre," gthed
Madge. stippressiif7g "sire to give
way to laughter, "and the thickest
WaVy hair and"- .,
"And a thick head. .towi I'l warrant,"
blurted the idBignant Joseph, forget-
ting his role.
"Why. Enoch, dear, are you jealqvtr'
I afti Abot in love with jed ta'rileson
even if Ada-oh, we'f, we went to thq
matinee yesterday tosee hIm. I wish'
you could have been t&ierb.": .
"I only wish I could Have been
theft!" threatened Josgph, rising in
his wrath and pacing the floor.
I.,can feel the thrill that shpo
trot61d me when he made loVeet '
herq(f.e" murmured Madge with a fir-
away loobk in he: eyes.
"I could pass film a- few thrills that
would put him out of the show bust-
ness r good and all," growled Jo-
seph. jerking on his gloves and reach-
t,, into the hall for his hat.
.1 deifiN 46e any reason for your los-
ing your temper ovei fou r Citier's
affairs." complained Mrs. Enoch. "I
am sure If Joseph only treated Ada
half as well a"-- Shte paused signifi-
"Half as weff its-whatlf" demanded
J~&ph impatiently.
"Half as we!i as you treat me,
Enoch." said Enoch's wife with shin-
ing eyes. "If you could only ialk to&
Joseph I am sure that"-
"Talk to him, madam! Ill read him
ta lssos T Be'll not soon forget.'" And
Jbseph Cheever, for once stirred out of
his easy going iayk, shot out of the
door and into fi6E d6 *t dropping ele-
vator, hopped on a cuf aid went to
the appointed rendezvous with bhi
brother at their club.
Aftft the door had closed behind him
1krs. Enoch Cheever threw herself
down ot ii coucidt id laughed until the
teaii rolled down er chtteks. Then
she went to tbh t6lepho6ii and called
a number.
In .the meantime Mrs. Joseph Chee-
ver had passed through a similar scene'
with her brother-in-law, for she had
received immediate news of the mixed
Idlfitttles from her sister-in-law before
the Enoch Cheever dinner was served.
"Well, Ada," a very much perturbed
tnoch was saying, "I am sorry you
feel called upon to pity my brother'r
wife, but Madg*e b
........n.i O Joseph. you
have never known of her teuderness
for Ned Laurieson. the actor. Poui
Madge! I am so sorry for her. And l
does seem too bad. Joseph, that you
should have entered Into that question
ohio dosJ with npInsou at this time. for
it isn't fair to Enoch, as I said before,
"Woman," interrupted En6ch soleett
ly, "if there is any peace in the world
hold yoUti- tonguelI 1 am going out to
settle several matters fied will not get
home till late."
He disappeared as rapidly as tIri
brother had done in another apartment
a short while before and jumped on a
car for his club. There be met Joseph
In one of the small writing rooms, and
the two,.brother.s wbo had .nyr -

Surprised ihe Postman"' -
It was the dn.vy aftet ('ecWInh.m. ~nt
the hard working postman pl6t4l his'i
way through snow and a .dtl-iiid. a
sack of unusual size on Iite.'?-" '
Hle ascended tl# snacfnt' stp'i-< of -d
west end residence, a'id In answer tir
his ring di manservant In rich livery'
appeared., "Walt a moment. pleasee.
said the servaift as he took the letteft'
"Thje mistress wishes to spl~*k to you."
The posnuiaw's eyes brightened.- It"
was.the holiday season. Now, no doubt-
i :;recognition of his regular and faith--.
ful- "1I hal be glad." he said pr'ftWly.
"to410 wft-your m renSKu'kiiv.'-.
laK few minutess Jhe lady appmerd. "
"Are -you," sihe -fsk d, "our regular
"'Yes,.madam." he a~W a MgetA-otring
"Do you coim'tn the ?foHrlng?'
Yes, "WAY.' *w<*.. -
"A.4d Ia' the afternoon, aud eoui-ta ?.
Again, he assented, smiling eagerly.
Then the lady said. -" '--'.,e" .'- !it
"Well. .ws, WrI tivt, hd f6ke Put
bell ?"-Lon6hifi idea'.

MarTqut Kkitiura's Hiousi- -
The late Marquis Ko.uJv** *91418
mous for his bohemian i .Tbf:, He had.
little thought for his persotbul comfort.-
Not till the couclusion of the Anglo-'
Japanese alliance did he po-ses a real&-
dence of his own. But when he vran-
given a large suui of motneyb the'eua-,
peror after the 'otifimtirulo.lof ihcr
alliance lie lh;Ad t e'w resident* ltiltf-
at Harmnachi. 'e'Per oince during the:
building of the hotise ior for a i [oWt
tinic after it was tfi ft did lie vlit'tb. .
lew property. He fit'd ext-sHt1.elly lit-
the official residence. going ti thi. fidii
peril hotel for hit metils. (.One even-- "
ing, however, he took a long walk. in,*
the .course of which he fnhil4dt ht\'
would make a visit to his new resi-'
dence. He walked about Haratunthl
in quest of his new house. but coniul
not find It nnql tir, fil')red at a poilt
beot-Yoobd'ofid Iffra'Id.
Penrney iifnffT's ..; *
A London organization supipilpH 1p.-
ny dinners to invalid mothers. alviun.
them the bhoice of fish and chicken.

Mrs. Lela Lovo, wife of Wiley tN'dV.
a farmer living near Covena, Ga., sa @
*I have taken Foley Kidney Pills 1Ld
find them to be 11 you elaim for them
They gave ale almost Instant reje;
when y kianef were sbigd1fti aq;i4
inactive. 1 ean cheerfully recommend
them to all sufferers from kidney to___




- I . -

how nismais ised.
The -olnirrel .airriP-, t.I tN fWtf"f' Itf,"
womiu Ii uvtini l I;W "u #*rh- iii lt
elhphinti usel its tIrnltk ftiW irIatol.*
ant eater miadl to-ad A thWffi f.i.
tongues, but spiders otlt.-'atf' tw,'air.
food with horny jniw4.T thi em'iTrI'l-.
lar is provided with Saw *ttledtl ) lwm."
and uses them 4y wevfO fli ft rifvy nay4
he ctsontfma it lelist itt-eA t4ait*i' id4
own weight iff fctsd Tim'fl'.' twrtle ",id
tortoises do not possess teeftl'. 'r*'Yr
hnve only an upper row of teeth. nfl't
lobsters anid tirabs have a N et il ttler..i
In their stoumiahs 'T'ht- tligp alnd tn.
do not griud iheir food a. t. e bumlu:s.-,,
do. As a i tter of faMt. their lot-e1t
only.work will' in up nld dtwu i imo uo
ment much like W L hppIi i kilt o f




........ ............. ^.-.__ -- --- .--- - --. .. -.. -. - '.- --'

M AK 1i M E.

SIT Tarpn)n arrived from Mobile
tad Pensaeola at 8:30 a. m., yester
,-ity and discharged an immense
t igxhtak e in St. Aifdrews.

ite fotloWhi tarise f coiotd the max-
.AMtf .l tltftnbm ahd mean tempcra-
IlresA .tuw t kuathi and .direction of the
# 1ttOtdlf t! tetfrty-frnr hour ending
at 7 o'eoook p. m.,- as 1tudStedt by U S.

S* I tainl. Wind
S.-,- .a 96 79 88 .00 w
2, 95 79 85 .0( w
.r 2 99 81 60 .00 sw
'' 7 94 71 83 .bb bw
S 28 94 72 83 00 sw
29 94 72 83 .00 sw
S 8ft 95 81 88 00 6A
S.. f 176 I(i .0Jl

/' Kiw Iq9 Most Important on Ao-
owut of Lightnes Without Los-
SIn Any of Its Strength.
fb aMt important kind qt wood
al tim arfrta maker uses Is hick-
~,~. T*. lightness, without loss of
bi~6t for which American made
eIt*wi f immouP, is largely due
66to -'tt u hickory. It has great
treagts' l 4 4stilty. There is no
itd woo that equals it in these re-
0 .0b,1 i4 61i kinds have been used.
i r ie third# the light wheels used
o some ksind, 6ft pleasure vehicles
old bave to 6d fifted wilh very thick
SIt hloekry was not employed.
1and I* hate been tried in place
6f Labor, biut these woods split too
diy (60 be sueessful libstitutes.
Maar millions of feett of hikory are
"46 0 ve4 r at y in the marriage said
It YsItry. It s teaed that its
f t12 dtoduction may not keep pace
i'M (ih kt**ands Of the trade, for
r-l h n e hot tlp in the night.
4 tl, 1 doe grow rapidly
Omugh V,' diol Obt ooiad hope that
S u e ;c ietf .ipriVsiUt- of the foasts
be miekoy trfi ia16 b6 made to yield

lying Men Fall
SvI tt9m to stomach' liver and kidney,
troubles jtit, like other people, with
like .results in ldos of apl et be, back-
Sahe, .iervousdesse, htadacthe, and tit-
ed, hItlless, run-down feeling. But
ti ~re'sao eed to feel like thdt as T.
Pi^ eble~s HIenry, Tenn.. proved
0'Six bottles of Elketric Bitters," h.
writee 'i*ld more to give me new
: togth hanr good appetite than all
other foebla6fih roeedtes I aiged.' So
they hlqipererybody, Its folly to suffer.
when tiis great remedy will help ypu
frnm the firs: dose. Try; it. Only 5(eo.
at all druggists.I
mm. m .L bf 1

4' La i man '
'Wllfbfon C..muwuitlen Establish.
'/ eeir n QMr, a.....: e or.

.ite torpedo boats are aLn
4 ill Wilth newly designed subma-
ite elephoae attachments This ap-
patlas I attached to the outside of
Sfb at Juat forward oft the tower.
9 the boat it sunk, a ofioer releases
i. a W aratus, which floats to the sur-
MeO I. the water by means of the
W' 'wtilh is an essential part of
I1 eqUi pmet This can be picked
P' O y oh er boat In the vicinity
tePhiae oomunaloation be
.:.., "o .w.th the. sm unken
Ea- ier,-"' ''., a. "','., , .

- a w 4a4-tB siere, gto. whom
r f~l~ Cafheof the disabled vessel
- pe le'that the orew was in no im.
4 a danger as oxygen for 49
was available.
Three hours the crew lay pris
at the bottom of the harbor. All
Sth a running fhioe of: talk was
Up with the rescuets, whose
HWa directed much more effect.

I9ftAI9 BIpP

Rub ldy-Tism will cure you.
-The Martin Mills make good
meal and keep it. fresh; Millville,
-Just received-New lot Laces,
Embroideries, Fabr cs and Notions, at
L. Joyner's.
-5 or 6 doses of 666 will break
any case of Chills and .Fever; and if
taken then as a tonic the fever will
not return; Price pc.,
-Mr. and Mrs. Dell Johnson of
Pensacoli, formerly o0 St. Andrews,
are the urroud parents of a son, w-.o
oatue to there on July 23, ult.
-Rev. R.W. 3urdeshaw Nill hold
services in the M. E. ctkrch on the
hrst and tiifir d undafit each mqnth,
rat the usual hours, morning and evenu-
inr *
-S-tvices at the Presbyterian
church, St. Andfews, every second
Sunday of each month at 11. o'clock
a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. W. L. Lee,
-Mr. J, T. Gwaltney ir repair-
ing and re-shingling his 1 base on Lake
street, and also improving lis houiea in
Old Town, formerly the home of his
-Blank Warranty Deeau; new re-
vised, improved short form print"a on
.ood linen vaper. 25c pet' dozefi: also
blank receipts--200 receipts in a bliok.
25cRaach. at the Buov office
-"I was cured of diarrhoea by
one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
era acd Diarrhoea Remt dy," writes
M. Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There is
nothing better. For sale by all dealers,
-The Tarpon came in from Mo-
bile, via Pcnsaoola yesterday at 8:30
A. m,, and those who depend upon this
vessel to bringt supplies wertr &riven re-
newed evidence of Its value to the Bay
-4-'OR RENT, theknew four
room cottage, Ohio avenue and Chest,
nut street, to small family. Good water,
.r4aclous grounds frontipgg on Lake
Ware--most desirable location. Appl)y
at the Buoy Offlee.
--tiandsoiue letter heads with s-t
-Mrs. F. Bullock has been quite
ill for the past two weeks, and il is :o be
regreted that up to thi- writing, little
or no improvement is at-pai-ent, and it
is hoped that a; change for the better
may soon be in evidence.
Andrews Bay date line ana views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vita Potibt, at 80 per dozen: also, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
bhck of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,,
at the Buoy office
-Because of some disagreement
with thie oftficein command, the work-
"-*m.-aBg-d -in-lading the Remons-
tr.tnt wl:h-- umber iff' Dyvr`*s Point
went an a -strike. Tuesday, and the
Buoy tas n',t learned whethtcr or not
i heir elroteshae becjrn'efilltd.

-Photographer E 'W. Masker
has purchased the premis"a opposite
west of the Oaks Hotel, w-here he re-
centlv removed with his studio and
household effects This is an id 1 lo
cati no LiS business and he should
and doubtless will pros t r, there.
-Capt. C. P. Moates took a
Slare u party of cxcetrsioi'-ts to the
Gnl; beach, Sundoia aitern'muou on hi
'nice launch, LuLu. It scems- t all
Swho are able to secure passaie, go to
i pi tranlsan Sundqy to in-

* --Po6sttistress Rose, finding the
syst. m of piivtte boxes at the lost f
fice inad' qua e 0t' meet the demand f
tane iucreasil g business. hlma inlialled a
new di% Isiono s vien'ivltwo Lo.,e I
the business of the lic cntlinuies 10
Increase as it has been doing of late
she will be oibil.ed to nlarge the of.
flie ittIelfto acoinumbdate it.

' iv than ti they bhad been compelled -The new moving picture thea-
S. L bl k idly and without advice ter at Pa n ma City ~ ith all ~f its
b w. oquippn.:enit was burned t ttne ground
.. : .ind at total loss, Imst Monday itffit, it
S. ot duot boDigp t firstor opening ni hIltfrl ub
h WI li$~igO't.enlf l., a ruse Is being lie exhibition. The amount of datm-
,10 t@ WthM waste products of paper
,. h WIS tb : be= h a i umulatn atre has not been learned by the Buoy,
1ta y*W a"n have been thought but it must be heavy, as everytfino_
Vlwesal. One factory has dumped was quw and' presumably up-to date
r 100,000 tons of residuum from its or t he entertainment of the public.

g fatt fht e a res. Tls I cs no --The owner ot tne northeast
o bi tbrtted by a rooeaa for extraot- ( .u ,ter fthe southwe-t quarter and
.f the ctals" r the market and rt t~ e niortlh ,alf of the east half of the
*". wit be eioverted Into ferttllser. southeast a quarter of the southwest
W G u a f r l n duarter of section 2. township 4 south,
Isar Fle min, alus. sa farme hla ued range 14 west-Sixty acres, would lik4
Chatr Fleringa.. C ys hle hs use to sell it at a bargain. This is a fiu.
Chavarlsin'e olic Cholera and bdv of land, r'ght close ti MiLville
avrhoea Remedy in his lamil for four. bl of d, r ght close tr Mil.ville
1ien years, and that he ha. f,.*ud it to a par of the old Dr. Ci id ivk home
San excellent, remdv nd takesstead. It interested callat .or 'ddres,'
Sl sure la nreommendmg it. For Ile i the Bu y for partiortars H :re is r
10e all dealer me great baraUin for the quick utrchaster
1w all d alSrs



Ai, I. RUMUOiBD PLem5ideut.


F. BULLOCK. <(ai,

4 per Genw int, Alowed on Savings Deposits


"' A. JFs E s.
if. MI.

SJtmig r.. J. .lEEv s.
C. B. D)TNN.
L tti

Iur vPat oage is Respeodfully rlik fed.
S9 .,

At 4 o'clock last Sutiday n1irn .
ing, the venerable patriarch; Mr;.
William Gainer of Econfita died at "OLL CITT Y BY 3T V S A.
his home there at the advanced ige F I[ ST CLA SS T'.A B I
of 88 years. Of all the citizens f I C LA SS TA BLE.
'Washington county, not one was GE AIRY ROOMS.
better known or more highly es- 'M,
teemed than he. Econfina had hiis Bat i ing, Fishing and Boating.
been his home practically all his
lite, his father having lived and .. C; SETTERLIND, Manager.
reared his family in the near vicii-
i'ty of the present Gainer home Rub My-Tism will cure you. Manlt for Palacie.
Here William Gainer had grown. ''e disec of an fitfnide' at
...... i Mariboroh Huse, in Ladon, if
from childhood to his ripened t ears, -- Maribou' seo fi don, W
Sa t e reminiscent of he adventures of "the
sharing all the experiences and pri I boy, Jones" in t.h early years of Queeti

nations of pioneer life-the depre-
dations of Indians, the vicisitudes
ot Indian and the civil wars, and
had faced all the attendant hard
ships with courage and considera-

tion, and his mind was stored with
adventures and- reminiscences that
were always listened to with inter
est whenever he chose to speak of
them. Here he and his excellent
surviving life companion reared a
large family of worthy sons and
daughters, and it is safe to say that
the Gainer family enjoys either
close or distant relationship with
more persons than any other fam-
ily in Washington county.
The venerable gentleman's pleas-
ant personality will be missed here
in St. Andrews where, during re-
"cent years he has been quite fre-
quen'tly, while visiting son and
daughters and grandchildren who
reside here, a all who knew him
willfollow him in pleasant memo-
ry to his final home beyond the
realms of earth,



Hangs Paint Bueket Up and Holds
the Brush Stralght--sefut for ..,
Other Purposes.

A little wire handle devised by an
Ohio man will make life easier for
painters. This handle, designed prin,
cipally for paint buckets, can be used
another buckets, too. It has a hook
at the top by means of Which the
bucket can, be hung up within reach
of the workman and a second down-
wardly projecting hook in therim of the pall, If necessary,
to shove the pall forward. In the
center of the handle is a clip to hold

Handy Handle.
the paint brush, thus keeping the
brush from tumbling about in the
bucket or sinking over its head when
the bucket is full. The bracing effect
produced by using the bottom hook
is particularly handy, as it inclines the
handle so that it does not get in the
way of the workman as he dips his
brush into the pail.


Long Lamp Particularly Advantageous
for Illumination In All tinds :
of Show Cases.
"Tt Is Just like an ordinary incaet
descent. lamp, except the current goes
In ofne end and comes out the other,"
said Ben J. Ballard, of Cleveland, 0;
in telling about the electric light
shown in the illustration.
The light is cylindrical in shaper
about 1%4 inches in diameter and 12
inches long. The current passes in
one end, through the filament and out
the other.
"The lights are peculiarly adan-
tageous for window or showcase light.
ing," said Mr. Ballard. "Suitable re
Sectors are provided and the lamps in.

Show Case Illuminatoh
served, thus forming a complete line
of light across the window, as well as
down the sides, if desired."
Whether in the window or showcase
the reflector may be so arranged fhat
the bare light is riot visible to the eye
of a passerby, thus bringing out the
dricsl.v nf fnrla1

by Long


Mrs. Adams beamed in conscious
pride as she lifted the telephone re-
ceiver trot the hook.
"Oh, 1 jat know it's Jane," she mur-
lnsted, otatically, to her caller, as
she waited. "You'll excuse me, won't
yoUt It won't take long, and we're go-
ing to call eachtother up every single
week while she's at college. You see,
this is her first week and I just
"Yes, yes. Hello! Yes, this is Mrs,
Adams. Oh, Jane, is that you. Your
Voice sounded just as natural. You
poor child, you must be terribly lone-
ly!" (Aside-"She's never been away
before.") i
"Oh, I'm so glad you like It!" (Aside
-'lShes so brave.")
"You're just getting settled? Haven't
started your studies yet? Don't know
what you'll take? That's right, dear;
be sure you're comfortable first.
"Yes, darling, I'll be glad to make
it, Chocolate, you say? Are you sure
it won't be crushed in the express?
Oh, very .well, Just a moment, until
I get a penefl and paper to put down
the addrafps.
S(Aslde"'She's asking me to send
her a cake. They're to have a spread,
and she promised to furnish the cake.
isn't that lust like her, to offer to help
right awaYt Jane is always so anx
lous to hlp others. You must excuse
me--whe# I think of her away off
there all alone, nd no one to do
things for her, It brings tears to my
eyes! Oh, dear, where shall I find
pencil an# paper?")
"Here am, Jane, dear. it's so hard
to find writing material in this hougel
There! Yes, I have itL I'll make it to,
night an4 take it right over to the
express ofbcei, Yes, I'llmake a few of
those rbcks, too, and-all right, some
ginger nut, too. Oh, I'll put in lots of
good things, to surprise you.
"Is your bed soft, dear? Have you
enough eveidngs? Oh, justA minute,
dear, theo goes the door bel." (Mrs.
Adatrd biteihs tO the door, returning
In aboht ijte mmittuli
"Hello, Janel t tWas your Arnit
May, in the auto. She wanted to takd
tme out. "tb, I told her I didn't wdnt
to go. Shi said Jim is engaged to that
Smith girt. Yes, it's a shame. I'll
never' get over being glad that Yodt
were a girl instead of a boy.
"So you like the girls? I'm so glad.
One's frPiiids count for so much when
one's away from home!
"isn't # lovely to have the tele
Phone! I've been counting, ever since
you left, on talking with you! It at
most seems as if you were at home,
"Be careful, wof't you, dear, not td
get your feet wet, and to wear youth
warm Ceo, If it's' the least bit damii.
And don't study oo hard. Ambition
Is all, r b.L ton't overdo it, dear.
You've g y r r li-e f bieTor yu.
What? Tou wtsh you had another
party dfj*? Your pink sa too plain?
Well, I'3L see it LMrs. Simmons can
make ianpSer for .ou. Write me just
how you want it made, and we'll have
It there bi~ere the dance.
"You want.to join a sorority? All
right. But be careful to get in with
the nicest girls, don'tt youti I trust
you perfectly. i-'
"Well. e good, and don't miss ur
too much4-and write often-and call
me up soon, won't, you-whenever
you're lonely? Goodby.
"Why, Centrall It was not! The
idea! Twenty minutes? Why, we
talked only about three minutes. Five
at the maot. Well, could I help it if
the doorbell rang, and I had to leave
for a while? Why, I most assuredly
did not hAve the wire when I was at
the door .Very well, send the bill,
and we shbil see!" She thumped
down th lelephene receiver.
"'he Idea! Charging for twenty
'mln.unts len I just said hello to
Jaie. (toliny husband! 4hey
think theyran do anything they please,
but he'll talk to them! Poor Jane!
Bhe's so loiheiy! And these selfish tel.
phone people won't let me talk with'
out chargliug such awful prices!"

J ig CGood gardeners
+ QS are those who
raise owi4 flow- SB
S and vegetables. Good
flow se and vgetablescoime
goo seeds-the inrer-
c gce Is obvious. For sale

VCte OB Request
. -Ih.lT ce.,

Tbo.*ials of a Traveler.
anT .ni anl ruling Sles.nan,". writes
E Yoinii, F. Berkehire, Vt, "and
ir-i ;fton )Woubled wibh constilmtion
*id indiglesoteo till I began to tie Dr.
King's Noei Lie Filts, which I have
fo. an etellent. r medy." For tll
stomach, liver or kinney trouble) they
are unleauald. Ouly 25c. at all druKg.
Americans complain that they ars
not safe tn Mexico, but there is no
law compelling Americans to live la
that forsaken country.

Victoria's reign. ,.In December, 1840;
he gained access to Buckingham paV
ace: and secreted hfiself there for
several days. He was detected by the
princess' royal's nurse and handed
over to the police. .
The privy council examined llm,'
but did not think there was any caused
for alarm, and he was sentenced to
three months imprisonment as i
rogue and vagabond. But no sooner
was he at liberty than he made two
other attempts to enter the palace. On
the,last occasion the magistrate gave
him the chance 9f' enlisting In the
navy, where he was speedily cured of
his mania for acquiring a royal domb

Sick and Tired of It. -
Gracle was entertaining unexpect
ed visitors while her mother dressed,
and the ladies, during a lull in the
rather strained conversation, fell
to spelling out sentences about her.
"Rather a quaint child," said one,
trusting to the child's implied ignor-
ance of her letters. .
"Yes," complained Gracle before the
other lady could reply, "but she can't
help it, an' she's awful tired of being
called ouaint."
nen I)ou i.., -,u ,iy the Best
.sts no oinrht 2but oives better r. -
H. L. BIl mnquist, Esdaile. Wh.
Shis wife considers Foley's Hone\
'Tat Co. pound the- be.-t cOuL
I- i,: rket.- "Si nas t -,
,,i. k ul biu F v's al\-.- L,
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LEAVA. tI'6Pa s7'urjS. it i
aesday. 8:30 r Pei6la.
ednesday, 4 06Ip. st. And'qcr qV
ednesday, 4:00 p. l. v)-la .city, kiReqda y*, .d,) aWi
leduosdayi 2:3b p. 4. 10ii'et0ttd*, aOC
edraeday1 2:30 P:11*a
Mpiba ile ,'
oa66Ars, 6.06 P. rk No bi I i
LkAVE. 1 j ll on-OJMV Ia
ursda,:0 p. ni. P.Ad. it b eI
'-id&ayi Ans a. I*. Se. Andkif ~i'2i -d, at.
-idal. 1100 a. M. P4 lvllt'r r4"45, 11:30 p rg
~ T11.3.
A 19 9 :k j 7 CFrl'rit 1?, 8' rE
Perdd a~i tO~ St. A ndrewv~ndi &it~fv~"'fh $5.00.
Pensac*la to Apalachicola, aqn Caui1abolA l
St. Andre;* aundMi Ilville t6 Apalft~fiid,6fltW'E5.
Pensaedi t6 Mobile, $2.59.
rbe above rates ipclude JW AU and be4h^p~s`;' 16. 1.11
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W. H. Milton,

Jonn Ditlot,
V ce Pres denl.


Milton Land and Investment Ci.


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Buy, Sell and Deal in Real Estate, Notes. Stocks,
B.Snds: etc.
Fire, Accident, Burglary and Fidelity Insurance.
Lend and -Borrow Money, both as principal and as
Secure Court. Official and other Bonds.
receive. Hold and Disburse Money and act as Trustees
-and Agelns tor Others
i~ Special Agreement will I.end Money for Others ol
Approved Security and Guarantee its Renayment

John M Dillo
W. H. Watso
J. E. Gainm,

n, John Milton, j., W H. Watson.
n, John Milton. Ill. H. H. lewis.
n. J B.. Brooks. N. A. Baltsell.
W. H. Miltoti
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"So you are married?"
"Well, can't you let a fellow forget
It T"



"Yessir, dere's six reasons why I'm
in here."
"And what are theyl
"Me six wive, sdr. fIa p for b
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Mrs. M. A. MeLaug. Fo. 512 Jay t,,
LaCross, Wis., writes th at stie uffetre
.all kinds of pains in her back and hips
.,n account of kidney trouble and rheu
mat'sin. "I got some of Fley Kidnev
Pills and after taking them for a few
ldays tht'i4lwas a wonderful change in
lmy '.ise. cfor tle pain entirely left my
back :and hida and I am th-inkful there
su :hi m;ia imecite as Foley Kidney Pill* ,
c,ild by J. R, Thotnuson.
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P i Su~ppsiPorI
U df tie DrIi.S.DeNoTe
Ray o Rock;W. VL tirk eTh #give unlwnailso*t.
.rjtion D f 1) ull O)aitbn, 11ean.wrlte.:
In praFctte of 23 year., I Mt. ILmond 5. remedy to
e.al your P' cs, 6SQ ]mR Samp i Free. old

Sold in Sf. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. MiKcheU

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The Old PIONEER STORE Burinessy
Founded in 1878, and built up by tLe late l M. Wa-l 4
now Thoroughly Reorganized 'under New anagerenr
Solicits the Patronage of Old PFtici

of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new Ones a.
well, and guarantees uniform fqir and courteong treatnmer
to all.

We Pay the Freight( oi a ll 0o 01sPI ...epi FiilO; heldt nd
Feed to any :,at uflice oI I I. i rv.

Oures Coles= Provents Pneumcrni stow the o m~ eagdl 5aleaeles

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S Other Women in the House Have
Small Chance of Receiving Bun-
idlek 'That-Are Sent Home.
I ,An u ~d'wt woman who nearly got
l.^ -- ^ sttalled, tiiith street car with a
J--a M bundle of metfircndise gave this rea-
-. a son for carrying hom6 her Own par.
Thursday, August 1, 1912. els, according ti to Philldelphiat
Public Ledger.' ,
"There, is.a.,prospective bride,.
-^ i our boardipg.house,". s.e aid, ". Ev.-
Not Ashamti of Cowardic g'.. erything in t~f dry-goods line is grist
The idea that nothing is o diskrac to the mill of the woman about to be
u as cowardIE6 is one that is not married. Other women who have the
1ed by all race Among the Bedoutins misfortune to live in the same house
sheik may Ie the leader of ,hisa hop under difficulties. The only way
tribe only In pece. When there .is they can insure the enjoyment of
war, the chances are that he will. re~ heir owh pu~thases is to carry them
Inq6isht his leia fe'ship to the fighting ..
sheik.. ,. .,' the things re, delivered the
S"I ha;*i .glft of courage," bride snaps the~t. up' Possibly she
nace said aI, Arab chief to dn Eng- has no real. shopliting brb6ensJties,
lshman, apolog fg for not putting but circumtfanc4s combine t6' inake
4tmself at th', lread of a band that he her a thief .Servants bring ,to her
had sent to atta6 another tribe, room all iarels bf whatever sfie and
The Englishi6f learned that these shape that come t (9hat, ir a door.
*omads esteem personal braiery4 s So many of the things do, belong to
*tft, for the wa ,i t of which a fat fl her that to read the label or listen to
More to be c'nsured than he Is to *hat the delivery boy sags s. c4fsiid-
6e blamed fot ot being handsome& 'red superfluous exertion, A'fI the
A Bengalf,&IiI, without the. least bri:e ifs equally disdainfuT b a pre
ease of shI& "I am timid." Yet het e imfiia examination. E o'fCally she
mll meet d etf.T even when it ,,ap- ipt off wrappers and digs into con-
eoaches in the frm of the hangman, 'fet:
I!tI the compo4ure of a friartyr.-Il- "estead i heard her raising the
hitated Suna ,.agas il: i Because a certain shop had sent
her six pairs of black silk stqckings,
i W6.6id onslder Dishes, Instead of the pink, blue ,and tan she
J. C; Stub ohe Southern Paiflc had ordered. After sha hfid sea)t the
ial hasn't eat deal of pollcp stockings back and had tfie '0iey re-
i itainateuti and those uninformed (hpded 'f Iiscovered the aff6kings
Sthe railroa- game, and he is said io W.re ,fin. I cannot afford to con-
ave .teold this A ry to illustate the. ibutte tiese parcels to the bride's
"wisdom" of ~ Incipient railroad yatdb'~lb, so I am carrying them
iagnate. onome"
,When the ij holders of the Va
railroad e meeting in 1893 to FOIUDM 4 Ir. MICAL4 PAIR
la the coni motion of the new li r wne.. -P
itti.s 6t del were taken up among
i. i# ev the smallest st6ck M6s t oyou.' Occasion oft 140i.eaied
older Witf a finger fi the c n to .Make Thenm "Looset~ Up," to,
truction pie. Young CIgyman's Ufrlna".
A. one meetil i difctr wi o W ad --

to do with tUf engineering problems
bt construction askede ,,L 8* heavy
Ihall the fish l ites bef" ,
A stock holder growled, "Whit ire
We bothering *With the dinlnj iar
features, tof fli Let's go ah6ed and
tbuld the foad first"
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Indian Killed o'i T rai';.
N' Rocichelle. IIl. an Itdian went
o sl'eo ott a railroad r.tck and wa'
-:. '.d by tfh fast express. He paid for
hii relessre4s with his life. Often its
': i;i*.a wi An people re-loet courffhI
d King's New Discoverm
Tr- i hnm aId so pevnt a dan-
S i.oat, or lung trouble. "It
'.1 ured me, in a short time,
'riole cough that followed a
: c;:k of. rip," writes J. R.
.* 'dada:- Tex., 'and I regain-
S -.id ill w-jr hi-tJ t h -at l.a' tAt "t
r iable eind p-uariante

~;;&I*7#rdb~~i)i~ --jtl~iiWV -TS ~Y

T6be aM ard the Trout.
As a Virglnan was fishing below a
malldam near 4 village in his state, so
a contributor writes to the Companion,
ee accidentally threw his line across a
duck, which suddenly turned round,
twisted the gut about its neck, and
ixed the dropper-fly in its breast.
Thus entangtel and hooked, the
duck soon broke off the gut above the
dropper, and' saied down the stream
'with the other tly trailing hebind it.
It had no gone Tr before a trout about
a pound and a fbai in weight took the
Then began an extraordinary con-
test While ,.te trout trqggled, the
terror of the deck was very evident;
It fluttered its wings and dragged the
sh.. When ttb trout grew more quiet
e duck gave way, and offered itself
be drawn under some bushes, at the
edge of the stream. When the strugt
loe was renewed the duck's head was
frequently drawn under the water.
By chance, however, the gut got
lctess a branch that hung downward
Into thb water, when the duck, taking
advantage of the purchase that this
eirc stance gave it, dragged the fish
From its hole and obliged it to show
Its head above water. Then it became
i contest of life and death. The trout
was in its last agonies and the duck
in a very weak state, when the gut
broke and suffered each to go his own
The man whb eaw this strange com-
bat stoutly arms the truth of every
ietail.-Youth'g Companion.
10earnaness C'uot be toured
al applications, as they cannot.
,:ata the diseased portions of the ear
'here is only one way to cure deafness
Sotii, that i he b instiLutioial remedies,
leafness is caused by an inifamed condi.
ion of the mucoldslining of the Eustac-
anl tuble WteaR this tuLe gets inflamed
iu have a rtinUalig sound or imperfect
,irifg, and w fie it is entirely closed
St'ness is the result, and unless the in-
did nation can hb taken dut And ti is tube
,.r ,eld to its i ifrtil cPdition, haring
:,, ,esisrdyed forever; nirie'f ses out
o re crated by catarrh, which is
i e Ihut asi inflamed condition of the
oIl surficts
Ve will gi e dne hundred Doiitrs for
ce.ase of daifness causedd by catirrh
_o' cannot b' trtdd b;y Hall's Catarrh
S Send foicrcrculrs free.
.1. CHENEY& CO.; Toledo, O.
A I) dirnggidNl. 15e,
.iuilv l'ils,tor oristiCk-

A clut has been organized in iNew
iork to boost good plays. It will not

A clergyman' n Chetryvale tells
Mrs. Moffett that when lei was a
struggling young preacher and a mar-
riage fee .ooked like several square
inedts td him, he was called upon to
offlciate at the wedding of a wealthy
oieng diarmer to the daughter of an-,
6ther farmer, also very wealthy aid
night o1f i addingg *as a storn1y
bne and thie {aii tp the little country
station ,I s twi' hqour' late, 6bo the
freacheI hired a rig ~id a dve the
entil; 12 hiles, getting ,ther jus, I
time td miss supper: The eddiung
Wasi i brilliant affair and after' the
beremioiin the ro66m called the miin-
Ister asid6 and tbld liti how much
he appdciated his coi3ii through the
storm and handed hiil a; $2 bill-not
enough to pay tiB teafi hilre. Ag the
preacher sat stunned, gazing at the
money, the bride's father came in and
t,)e P-room, t~ A ltm di2d hE
give youT. asked P he n
"Why, that Is a shame," exclaimed
the father. "After all your trouble,
too. ,He's terrible close with money.
Don't say a word to any one, but take
this." And as the old man slipped
"away the preacher, much touched,
opened his hand and found a $1 bill.
-Kansas City Star.

Honesty Increasing.
On her return from marketing, the
young matron of the upper West side
said to a caller: "I believe the sense
of honesty is increasing in New York,
at least in this locality. This morn-
Ing I called the attention of a sales-
inan to a small mistake he had made
in giving me change, the mistake be-
ing Iin my favor. The proprietor,
who, was standing near, ai a
'You're honest. You'll get along all
right,' Not so many years ago the
thought that seemed far too prevalent
In this country was that only some
clever form tf dishonesty could 'get
along all right.' The merchant who
tould trick a customer was supposed
to be the smart fellow, and It was as.
sumed an honest person wat sure to
get the little end of everything. I am
delighted to ind even one man who
reallafe that honesty is actually Indis.
pensable to sUecess, and it is especial-
ly pleasing to find him in a place
where I can deal with him regularly,*
--New York Press.

Tantalum Pens,
Pens or writing purposes are being
manufactured today in Germany by
a process which is exciting some
curiosity. The trouble found with
steel pens is that they oxidize easily
and the ink sticks to them, This
fault is not to be found with gold
pens; but, on the other hand, these
are too flexible to be entirely satis,
factory. Moreover, in order to form
a point suitable for writing purposes,
the material of that part of the pen
has to be mixed with some hard
metal like Iritdlm and this operation
is both complicated and expensive,
This new pen is of tantalum and
comes to the manufacturer lI the
form of a black powder. The pen
that is made from this hqp the ten-
acity of steel and the flexibility of
gold.-Harper's Weekly.



Whirt They Will De for Yon
P 0.11.

a averworked. h. h ill cutre i ou backache,
pproparu .. I strigthen your kidneys, cor.
Sbatiing at a group of nine ehlldre! rect urinary irregiglaritiss, build
ath6red abbut eC small stoop an d' f
ady ll' i one of the-little grli," up the woi ni t tissues; and
"Are ail of these children your sis.- emiriaii6 th' excess' turic acid
ters and brdthieir?" sh'e tsked.: thai~ cases -tieiiiat~asmt Pre-
"Yes, mum," .epiied the youngster. viiit Brigit's Disease aid Dia-
"What fs the largest one iamedi' e ,
"Maxite, mutA." iates, and restore health anit
"And what do you' call the smaller strength. Refuse substitutes
6neT" Sol ..mp, n
Minstae mana" ,s Sold EIf P. Thompson.


Recently Went Through Experlence
That It Must Be Admitted Was
Calculated to Discourage
Almost Any One.

Charles P. Staedler, marshal of i)"
rona, N. J., is also chief mosquito ex-
terminatci of that city. It is his duty
to hunt outthe breeding places of the
winged rapi r that made New Jersey
famous ande deluge their larvae yith
kerosene o l. T litf' of the chief
mosquitAo 4xterm(itor has bbeen i tran-
quil one. But recently the tfoe 6' Jer.
Sexy's curse met with ap experience,
Ohat confines hiri to hfis bed under the
care of a physician.
The chief exterminator and his able
assistant, Thomai Brennan, set out to,
visit 'ome marshly land at tehehead ,f
yerona lake. As the chief exiternitndtor
itood upon a bog pouring oil uponi tVie
hatchery of a ock of malquitoes hia
Soot slipped and1 into the mire. Wetf
e marshl .
SBefore Brenn&i .could grasp him their
hlief e terminator had sunk to his arm-
pits. Brennan labored bhra to pull his
colleague froi fbhe bog,. and, withe a
frantic yank at his chif'llaar
he, too, slipped and joined" his compan
ton. The .wo stlrggled ini the bibg al
did Bunyat4 but fi no avail.
SThen, almost. engulfed, they raiseM
rheir voices and roared for aid. Little
pughle Ervine heard the wild calls
from the bog and saw two heads pro-
truding qbove th, mire. Hughie fore
several boards fTom a nearby fence
And built a walk to the spot where t i.
!roiquito teriors. lustily struggled for
freedom. But Highle could do not2h-
fng more, and the momeis were pro.
cious, for each cdnvulsive effort onlf
settled tih mosquto catdheri ~J o
In their miry prison.
Hughie was dispatch edor .o ai
Ld. He qualified for the
In his sprint up the road -&.av W-a4
back's place. uDavid aet.
motor car with a long ropf ,
Slayback, with Hughlil Ii t
ed Brennan fNtm the
nost two hours they bot V n
Btaedler was almost ready to flos'
his eyes and murmur, "'- wwr po
world," whfii Slayback '*A twuo
with a brftifnt idea. Heiaied4 one
end of the rope undet e ::1 ,
terminator's arms. The otk1 end wi
tossed over the branch, a twt
oak aid then tied to the r f A (
ibototr car.
Slajbi .tbok his seat n th ~t'
And grasped the starting lever. Bren-
nan raised his hand and Slayback put
on full jower aheid. It was a hard
pull. The chief exterminator almost
was p.~iled apart; but up into the air
he finally shbt ad" dangled twixt box
and blue sky, dropping ooze at6 d words
,o ankguki;

sey can go to blhzes. He said so him-
self, only his verbiage was more stren-

Egypt to Reclaim Mllion Acres.
One of the most costly and compare.
hensive drainage projects for the
reclamation of lands undertaken by
any government in the-world, and cer-
tainly the greatest enterprise of its
kind in Mediterranean countries, has
just been begun by the Egyptian gov.
ernment to make cultivable 1,000,000
acres of fertile land in the delta of
lower Egypt. The reclaiming of these
lands will necessitate an expenditure
approaching $15,000,000 for drainage
and approximately a like amount for
require over four years and will be
brought to completion about the end
of 1915. The principal object of the
project is to redeem a tract of unpro-
ductive land and bring a fertile but
now worthless region of the delta un-
der cotton cultivation. When this is
done it is roughly estimated that the
increase in value of the reclaimed and
improved land will approximate $100,-
000,000. The land to be reclaimed fa
90 per cent government owned.

Memphis Grocer Fatally Wounded by
Shotgun Set Near Window for
an Intruder.
Memphis, Tenn.-A burglar trap set
by Ray S. Brooks caused the death of
Brooks in his grocery store in the
outskirts of town. His body was found
on the floor when his wife went to the
store to find out why he had not gone
to supper. A shotgun arranged to dis-
charge in the direction of a -window,
should an effort be made to raise the
window, was empty, its load having
entered Brooks' body, It is supposed
that he stepped on the string "trigger"
in passing between the gltn and the

Farmer of New Ringgol&,Pa., Is Bit.
ten Four Times by Reptile Eleven
Feat Long.
Tamaqua, Pa.-While working on a
'farm recently near New,- Ringgold,
William Southam of this town had a
,"desplerat-e battle with an eleven-foot
blacksnake and did not succeed In
making his escape from the reptile
until it had bitten himnrkur times in
the right forearm, inflicting ugly

.Man Sent to Prison-for Baring Wife
-Meroy Asked as to' MothtMir
Pittsburg, Pa.--"For-. beating big
wife, guilty as irdictebi. for beating
his mother-in-law, recommended to th4
mercy of the codit" On this verdict,
returned in court recently, Joseph No.
jedly, A machinist, was sentenced tod
pay the costs, a flfe of 8 cents, antd
serve 80 days i fatJ,
Thev Put ati Elid t ft.

Charles Sable, UC(!ook At., htcbester,
N. Y.' says he recoirmepds FplVy i fit
ney Pills at every opDpor aiitv because
they gaOe ,him' prompt ,.elief.from a
bad case of kidney trouble that hhd
dloug -bothered hihm, Su`~c a recom
m nation, coming, from ir. Cable. is
-1direct and (ernvlcUinfg evidence o0
the great curative qualifies of Folo
Kidney Pills. Sold byJ. R. Thompson
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Woodsmen in Mal'* PFind They avYe
Little Use for the Mop or S6tllb
bing Birush
If .te tpltes told by Maine woods-
snen ri e b6 be believed they enter-
tain Emany queer visltois' In camp du-
ring the winter. Among the most fa-
milliar guests mat be mentioned the
chickadees and bluejays, but these are
by no means the idost interesting call-
One woodsman, it appears, leaving
camp on a Saturday afternoon left his
shack door open, as wahwihis custom,
so that th6 hedgehogs lrmght come in
and clean up the floor. Inasmuch as
the principal items'of, thb camp menu
'are baked beans, pork and other
dishes rich in fats, considerable grease
is spilled upon the floor in the course
of a week, and the' aVerage hedgehod
will at any time risk ife neck for a bit
of fat.
SJust as soon, therefore, as this par-
ticular camp was deserted by the
humans for a while the spiny gluttons
would hasten in and pla4e off the sUr-
face of the floor with 1 their chisel-
shaped teeth, eating awha all the wood
that held a trace of grease. So on re-
turning to camp Monday,; rning the
owner was enabled io sweep up and
enjoy the luxury of a clean house for
another week. About the .nly objec-
tion to this system lay irjh~6 fact that
the camp must have a nw flbor eaci
- 1"Trh 5Uz s rfau n E o a e'hiiow, late "
In February, a pair of white footed
*ood mice stole into his camp from
their home in the forest and made a
best In acorns under thi bunk. The
firstthing the little fellows did was to
eat a hole in a bag of racked corn
and carry away more thin a quart of
the contents. The wtile bag was
sorted for the largest fra ents, every-
one of which was denuded of its cov-
ering and freed from ill grains of
meal. The pilferings were put in a
heap near the nest and covered over
with stripe of newspapers.
When these mice had teen installed
in their new quarters. for about a
week they began to consruct a luxuri-
ous couch. The outside was made of
uheddedJ eiw Ml-w Qf
birt kark. Thb fingras of horse
hair taken from an old l f
i- BsLT, ~ -~ c a- -..., -

Could Play at Will.
"Mamma," said five-year-old Willie.
"may I go over to Tommy Jones' to
play ?',
"Why do you want to spend so
much of your time at his home?" ask.
ed the mother.
"'Cause his mother hasn't got anf
Nw ow 'at ." ,nlld a Wi.lUI
A -e Ever at War.
There aie two things everlastingly
alt war, joy stand pile. But Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will banish piles in any
form. It soon subdues the .itehing irt
ritation, intifmmation or swelling. It
gives comfort, invites joy; Greatest
heater of burns, b6ils, ucers,' cuts1'
bruises, eczema" scalds, pimples, stin
eruptions. Only 25c. at all druggists.

-- i

A SAu, CuZt.N uszy or Su~ra-z, 1Un9vw .
INE[I KNOWN TO FAIL Sated SureI Speedy i Bals.
M iuar9nMIee.r Ley Refunded, Sent prepaid
for 1.00 per box. Will send thesp on trial,to be paid for
%hen relieved. Samnple.Fre. If your druggist does not
h~ve thagu send your orders to the, -.,

"Sold in St..Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Aritchell

PERSONA;_., 1 o E 0 R
Mr. R. W. Storrs, edtorf tm.EOIthe i. ..
DeFuniak Breeze, who had been cf the Condition of the Bank of St, Anrws.I at the Close of Bu -i.,a
1)c uniak Bh, o the July theB, 2d 1912.
enjoying a vacation of a week orj . J ReR. U E.,...2...... ..
1A ,I ,. il.. ii ...... RESOURCES,. .... ... I
two here, returned to his home atI Loans and Discuis, ...... ...................... (77.41*t,6
DeFuniak, last Friday. O ~.er U at ... ............ ... . ............ ... I .
Bonds *. .. ...... ..'. NE, *.'.'..'..,.., .. ,.- .,, ,, ., ,: )
Mrs E. W. Masker who hh d been BankinLi: House, Funiture a.dixiurLs ......... ..... ,
Casli on anandand, lue fPiomn Banks ..,....,......... 50ll:iL3l.
visiting with relatives 4n Mobile, Checks and Exchange for learng.. ................... .4,
Ala., returned Tuesday. .'
Air and Mrs. Simms of Lake it. f f, uTis ........ ... i... *
a..e ent',ertairifid eklr mar.fe Capi'ft Sto "'..:,;,,. .........;:.. .......I.:.,; $lD000, 0*
are entertainig ler mted Surplu and Undivided Proflts. ........*..,; ,.... 84 ;.96;;.
daughter Clemmie, her husband Deposits Ch.... ............. .....:.. .... .4..'. ;
and two litte children tfm Apa- Ctifa Checks....................... .......
n- cdshieils cliecks.... ... .... .. .. .. ....... ...... 1#t4o.e
lachicola. They arrived on' a j~', 6anks.. .... ..; ..........' ... .... 78
. .. a .'...,'"., 8
sail boat and made a most enjoy- .....
able trip through the grand old' ;i (I2,t08 t 1 .
Gulf of Mexico. I, F. BuItlock, Cashier the l~amk of St. Ahdrewsi, d solemnly swaar tha
Th M r.. n f,. the above statement of the condtldon of s id Bank at the cltie of bubinets o
The Messrs. Helton of Ghipley, the2id dy otJuly,t. is true to ttfe i of 2cy knowedgp and fbeli. g
So. t n d oJuly,91, true to te s of my nowledgp and be!4f.
who are master workmen in con- P; BULLOCK4, Cshibr:
create, were in St. Andrews, yester ...
day, to s6liCit contracts and al0 so ....
to look ip a site on the Bay to' i
build a permanent home"
Owr'g to a strike on a large vessel B ssU 5 idi shi M an klml
in' this harbor, Mr. Otway Ware THE GRE AT k' V t1A REMEDYT
found it necessary to go to Perni- .
Acdia/"h6ping t6 obtain a force of I: V ., ,n1fve .. a Sp, c, ,? M f%. s1
men to finish 16Ading the lumber B reve ive a Specifc r Se
upon the vessel. l Dyspolpi iaend. Bowel Troublti.

One of the most cUmmon ailments .
that hard wo-king people are afflicted ; SUi PASSED AS A .BI 6 lItlER. -
with is lame back. Apply Chamber t tobd the TMst for Trwenftf Yea rs.
laii's Linftient twjf a day and mas- '., "''' if. .B j r,
Sage the arts tirouly at each a, M manufactured only by the Boeso Merliine -aiumactu (rin lmpny
Lge the "" ,. t.. nsouV`,,ily at each alra
plication., and you will get quick relief. I' O Pensacola, Florida.
For bate by all dealer DIREQTIONS-As A PREVENTIVE- Take a tablespoonful every two haiur
For baeV all deai until it'acts on the bowels. and then take only enough to keep the b wels teft.
I,.nH, I (- h ,--: e For Yellok Fever-Take the first bottle within two of three l-oir's rime.,
rINUINd L ..N GTH UF CIRCLE Then take a tablespoonf.il every hour until hhe ,eond .,ott ni utt up. Th. i'
take onnc. -tahbesp onoul jvpry two hours untl te, 1 atie t as )l rehOe r..d tl
Majority. o0i h-9 h nl h Prlor m.dili! t.mHn be gieu wi c 1ushe ice: Let th6 pati t have pl"ntt oJ ~ ,t
a 6h v b e rs as iO esp 0te ty h aveI""
to Deal.Wlt PrIt I e Wv iair at a t assed as bool asibf le.' ive plenty of idwaUtr, ct..leni-6,e ao,
Dlvit.r Ptontti. ,t sodat water in small quantities, and permit patient t6o eat iA out1 a-' dr sir.ed.'
.... i'wrtri trinre bottles usually effect i cure. .
he mehnlc' hand, For Other,' Fe-vers. Stomach an114l,3 .el Troubhes-Take a wlnelepistil everf
The mechanics hand..,6ethd b two Ilour until sy stem i~hbroun1trh purgaed. aod then takefl k t 1;piilf I
ndfig the length of a clrcI 1, A fol ryv t\yo ho, oll until sed,)d bottle is used .I .he' take Only eroiir- 'ou t inl.
lws: He first divide the diameter, bowe'4.ore~lv. Thie patient may eat. anRtt'tRfng ui except in ,i'i;w i. fi.vri.
Into 21 parts, and take% bine' these For 'IVlpid Fever and Smallpo -TTAc med'.,ine as dire..ted far ,ri .. er ,
parts $d is ft tb the diameter, obut do not aIbw patjnt y eal av solid fooi ., Patirent hou, 1sh i. .'.i.. 't.h u.
Then ,e t ,i.. dtvilder i, 0 with brothsi'i~S; toddies, etc., and treatmefit, should be contindf, r tw veY
ineasure (1 1-21 diammeis) ait ir- days ftr ..
For .liirifvin, tePlq0d- ai "q'ks lsfu eve-y twe hours h tif!,. t)hv
Stenm is th rou hl l an iregiassal two or tliie ilffrt iir
davy. In StofSei a 1d other st,'bb6on diseases, the treatment should l.e tu;idU.
Sued fio 4 p, tthriee monthe after the patient hak apparently bben cured. .
For i;'iX --The, .. abe, directiqs are for or"i ; ad ultmcases. Fr. smnfl
b.- childrenn vef tpe-e. e kte should be fedu id acerdi,,i. Ordi
n arilvy .1ii f te iiPlbo d ou.id be used in such (gst's. ,- V
mao :Dh 1:e A1 ,e bifr 1, ta^t ^e ftlr ng t r p medpdicr'r.fiy 1-rf. <14
- barimlesm aid ,na kewat In tie.jero iases dne ip 'tw 'tmi leg
hcati ""t L:; 1A a &Ing kn

r AA ,

navue oen wiven in a sni
For Safei ifi f
Bakd1, Mohey


.cr ef u Iivu ir tlht ~bfIse c iry.

...----r -....r.ra RTW --- .-.. t as
ng thrii steps with the dirid rs b ; eI s t" 7;
tains about the exact cuifcfi-Cenci U
The majority of mechanics prefer t"
deal with fractions With the deidera
points rather than with figures, which
must always be used in this calcula. -
tion. The measurement obtained In
this way is close enough for most
kinds of work.--Scientific American.
A preacher man tells us that the PARKER,
saddest hour of the day comer after
xunset but our saddest howu conme s< js
"onn a ^ar= G Gk fgC -SURVEYING A SPECIALT'ti'.
It tok a woman to Ian dowl K
zu tskaob btndt Next .-
we know weshall heat oft O
&A .d O .Bba t', RtsL- -A" ""
. .-- -I-1- I-, -"

,.I b LII I L-.
N twice is hereby gsver that hcrea HEA TO HEART
ter the nndiereined will prosecute al i
parti-s who unlawfully cut or remove
any wood or timber from their lands ;
and lnrthermore will replevin iH f nti' '
wood or timber thals tea kf in f lrimso- I Y E. 0. PAINT ER.
ever'S plssessiofr ft tir I be found. T eetnes f
; GAY The sweetness of low
MORTON RYNEARSON, prices fever equa1* the bitter-
E R. HIOULTON, fless of poor- quality. Buying
GULF COAST cheap fertilizers to save moffey
DEVEi.AIMtNi CO., is like sweetening ytfut coffee
WM. A EM~ioS ft with sand to save suger. You
may save sug"lt hut you cer-
JUST CAUSE FOR PRIDL thinly don't rweete4 the coffee
-- Cheap fertififer tbht is lacking

valueless to you, no matter
SI7 hw little t o6ts. Its better to
*u, Npay a dollar and get a dollar's
'- :ftlh-ge$ value recebls--
than to pay a dime and get
S fltthing.
SS i Our Simon Pure and Gem
i-brands afe the richest in the
real, vitizSing, plant-buildifng
Elements and are therefore the p
cheapest for you to buy. Use
them one aid you will never
thi'fik f complaifting about the
cU t. Yotirs very truly,
S1kE. O. PAIl'rNR, Pres.
SI E. 0. Pointer Fertilfzer Co.,
Room 112P Fla. Life Bidg, Jack-
"Wot's he so tickled dboitf" P. i ur F 1 Al.ars s
snP. .dur 1911 Almartec is
"He's jest discovered his birthday'f Firtiful )of fatas ib t will i Uterest
on do same day as Ad Wolgist'sl" you, Better wfite us for a Itee
--..--. U--p. .... ... ... B


*i IaslaPtanweQhS
- -- B Wrting tiriy
We have had many #ro68cft if-
fahts among 6tiu famdti auiithor, d-
clares the London thronicle. From
the age of three, for instance, Macau.
lay read incessantly, and by seven be,
had begun a compendium of universal
history. At eight he wrote a treatise,
designed to convert the natives ol
Malabar to Christianity, and about the
same time composed his first poem.
Browning. too, had completed a
whole volume of verse by the time
bh wai twelve, but his earliest artlitio
effort was a painting of a cottage and
rocks, which he Il intend' at the me of
tIo In lead penll sand' tilak currant
jam. Bnt the matI Maeauiay was
the d t. vHe bad put i ger,
and to hannah More i. epUe4' ftrom
lis child'& stool: "Thank yoM us mad-
am, the agony ii asati. Thtnat at

"For many years I w as tro-.blr', i n
spite of all so-1alld remedjoee .;-
At last Ifoundquick redA*. # -.i
in those mild, yet tiftOOViih au
reaHy wonderful .

NewLifePiI I
Adolph Schingeek, Bnffaslo, Y.

Ak 6

FvI teiarhey*
4(fvelop r me
E~Aie~ct leji .t neall

I~~W I e1r 'tieI

d, toppa~al~f
40 1 nf
ACnd whkjt f $hf~d

,ran c.fo l t j, .. ,, ,.
4bgbgBubeO'M denid o 'tq tei *io
central station ,tQ ,ucp ai ,.extat t i
the time that It ha
able I~ Chic.ago' itW1 Iniduoe ; *peks
ing clock .to wnlcHi' sdu ilutmei' *

l~1gtt : Aercpse
A N-, 6 nghinid nA16 taitn
jusit anertctrd: an ,lic II'iittn4l
plant for airoplanes which has i dyAW
Jamg 2vt I'gWi l -



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ban Protit For vierybbdy

flnr a Bankei,


a .erstm WSt)ill thj Wider trade
lltt6ti~d, Publishers Larger Circu
-'5;.:Ier Htetl Proprietore Mdre Tour-
%tot a s tnkers More Deposits. Ow
ton to IntW's In Profits.
Te work of Imiprovting public road-.
In not up to a certain class of people
It Is up to everybody. whether he be a
SfaM or Imuker. All boiuld be in
teflittd. as good ronds meln L profit
aMy lDe t Ohl( bloodd Roads federation
wr distance:
It you are a farmer your farm wil
ta rMea In value. you (an raIle uic or
PIr4tllade t rp). your cost of tauuling
will he louwr. you cant market yovu
ltNU4Lets' w*llU' prices atre best. voum
tiildren cal get to school. your fnulil)
'tu attend lhurc'h. your physician wil.
e In closer touch with you. your boy.
and girls will sttay on the farm. anm
>ou will thae btetler mail service. mor'
ls*l life and happier conditions al
tf you are a.- tnertrant good roai
will enlarKe your trndling rudius ai.,
atelk It po.-sibk' rtor putrchbt.t'rs i.
l~re you every day In the year an.
therbY thJtrs'-e. your Fsatls.
If yto rttreenmltt n chamber "of coion
itrei or a toard of trade. Ltw aue tih-
pliWkle imtlre are commercial feeders ti
the ricttr and overy j mlroveuetur t o.
the roads amans a greater (iprospt'
I h to th cities through in. ra sedl :igri
wnittlrl al proldtctlon and greater stimu;
4ta to all lndustriti.
SIf you ar a nhlghw:ay i.otl'-i:tl. tn
bFauto you are striving for Ibte'r metih

YylfC--- -- .-*
$1R 135 ?#&? CA Sit JOIUi ND ioi m r-P
o of road voultdr tiow and mtnahtm
ow-P and woore etit lent road II Iu..

vfYt are a ri'alrrmnv men. ite. :ii
Ipr''td trwdma men it cpm 1r I Iv .,P
lieu "usbs'qiuentiy iirore I rainh. r:w' I
*wlgbt 'Mmerxt6lion. I, 11l 1 11.010 114.!
lhbs. Us fIAAoa4. Mult Lullirsiu;
At YoU Arv an atl.,uunl~ub! tI .'r
cau" yeOa Vairl .et lIImo D1*r 'mm ,.
Im-hin. every d;.y Lu In. yn v"
A'Ilr bil. 'mt-Ill Iw. Ilowver. : i.
'btttr $imriv will he powble r 4.
P" ef thik yj..rr.
m M- a m nlp Inf form. rn-''.
Me pranjuv& tiudo-sliv.-er vie

#%bUbe Iflt IurstIe. Iotrct:-t ;'W . i'm

SI&D s T .B5 nosv -Irry run rtu

ti g(gtllltin'*' commercial esuLerpii>.+
sde bteape rocd Impr."'.T,"r' i.: i
exst Important coPnotatcu qute~4u.u
the age.
f yea are a mamnnfiturer of roa'
ameinery or r,:;d tur;tetria.s. t'.r'anu
lasd improvement means more h.',

It yot are the prop;r,;ori af ;i hi"
bweause himpruvrid r-.-dsC r" a r
tourists and u.ore ornAt:'r .i0 *
New England, with Its svstem ',f go'
load, aets Ut ,uitUU, Ft ye; ; t;oi
ts alone. -'
If you are a baker be-aiusO :rm-
letda will inc rea.e arrint:lure s or"
meree an4 manu1:iettrej. depl..toni
deposits and dividernds
If you are a progressive eitizert 't
aUW 7r ec efUTnet progress a> tnn* s
Y ir ttaite and. nation riBatei it rlt

It it emtvIeIteR that ,7-,)t't' ,
spt e lt nnniyllv pont pt i'ntlt,- r,.':"!
ris.ale. faring an aggrtgats i"4..'

Exciting Wha:s Chase.
The'*people of .i 'i. a village on
;, h Eri~srt. Isle I. Lewis. in the
TI T i'dtiE Im;i'.' li. d an exciting
,fitable exlPI'en'-e. lVishermen
$ a Rehool (o' difty-four whales
Aid drre them uup :'.e loth until the
whaten reached the rapids. Then the
entire oMle I" (Mipum;iau of Balallan
fnlr ed a Ibrid:* ,ot Ibots across the
lwb t o'l-***vm. tIlw whltale from escap-
ing atid drove the big fellows into
ll,w. wattrL, where tIbey vere killed,



Some Persons Who Have
= Been Annoyed by Acts of
"the Other Fellow.".

WERE you ever troubled by
your double? A "double"')
nearly always causes trou-
ble, as a great many persons
the world over can testify.
The possibilities of confusion of
identity for dramatic situations are
eternal and constantly varying. The
newspapers often record them. They
are scattered through the pages of tb
tbry, and drama ahd action are att'
them. These plays and stories nmy
seem extravagant, but they have had
almost exact parallels in real life.
Indee*t from the time tht Jacob im-
personated Esau before thlr father
and so received his brother'sortion
doubles and mistakes of identity rave
been constant causes of confusionto
human society. -
For instance, take the case of
dore P. Shonts, president of, renter-
borough railroad and one orthe most

-' '- TfBODORR P. BsHOtiT
potent figures in the financial and busi-
ness life of New York. He was sued
for $200,000 damages by the husband
of a woman whose affectioqs he was
charged with' -having alienated. A.
man who resembled him so closely that
even their friends could bharil.v te them
at all "had'been seen in tlfe company of
tlbe tWTe ur uI. -_ .er-or a li-;.(TiiU.l.V
distillery, and detectives who had fol.
lowed them reported that the man was
Shots. The husband's suit was with-
drawn after Shonts had convinced hini
that his double had caused all the trou-

No. ice i hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at pub
lic auction on the t5Lh nay of August, 1912, at the East door of the Bank o
St. Audrews, Fla., or Ab itAch thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount of
the town taxes herein set opposite to the same together with the cost of such
ale and advertising. Town Taxes for the Town of St. And'rews; Fla., for..1911

TO WHOM 0 j A xn t
.' :C I I Co-tE.

unknown ....,... Block 17 south i southwest .. 31 3 14 $ 10
MJnknown ....... Lots 11 to 14 incl sice, blk 21 si
sw ... ..... .. .... .... ..... 31 3 14 10
H"* C. Clay......... Lots 10 and 11 bik 22, sa of swj.. 31 3 14 10
Mrs L E Franklin, Lots 4, 5f 6 7, blk 24, 3i swi,;. 31 3 14 10
' F Stewart. ,,...Lbts 8, 9 10, and 11 blkr28, si swY4 31 3 14 10
"Unknown......... wi nei of nwof inwi, less 1 acke
across borth end;....;....... 6 4 14 20
Unknown........ a lot comiedCing 5 chains e, df
nw cor, Of nWk of nwi; thence s
7 chains, o 5 chains, n, 7
chains, w, 5 chafnsi tbbegin-.
ningof nwi of nw...,:;;:.... 6 4 14 460
Unknown........ a lot commencing 4 chain s of nw
cor. of nwi,'thence e, 5 chains;.
s, 6 chains, w 5 chains, n (
chains to place of beginning,
nwi................... .,,... . 4 i4 4j
T R Holliday..... Lots 2 and 7 blk 12. swi.......... 6 4 14 800
l-Kawik sst, .... Lots 1 and 8 blk 15, s%.......... 6 4 14 350
IR Bp3 "r ....... Lot 6 blk 16, swi ............... 6 4 14 50
Mrs Sallie Davis.. Lots 10 13, 14 and 15 blk 2, s .... 35 3 15 20
Unknown......... Lot 2 blk 10,Isi................. 35 3 15 10
Unknown......... Lot 9 blk 13#4 ................... 35 3 15 10
hJeiw.!........ ,Lot 21 blk 2, s34.......... .. 35 3 15 20
.Mrs N S Townsend nwi of lot 6 and n) of lots 7 :8, 9,
10 and 11 blk 29, sa.............. 35 3 15 60
Mrs J J Trousdale Lots 5 to 10 inclusive blk 31, s..... 35 3 15 600
Mrs J J Trousdale wi of lot 34 and lots 35 to 38 inclus-
ive, blk33 s................... 35 3 15 100
Mary E Brown... Lot8 hlk 2.swi.................. 36 3 15 10
-J E Storrs........ All blks 5 and 6 swi...;........... 36 3 15 200
6 A Ltodgeri .... Lot.5 bk 30, swi................. 36 3 15 10
C W Porbes.... Lo 10 blk 30, swi............... 36 3 15 15
J A Hubbard.... Lot 4blkilf,sw: ................ 36 3 15 20
Mrs HG Maxon.. Lots 16 aati 17 blk 31, sw.......... 36 3 15 30
J T Drummond.. Lot 6 klk 32, swi................ 36 3 15 10
State& Mrs P Ju- *
...........iian Blk 7. less lott8 and,9, se.......... 36 3 15 50
J-H Drummond. All blk 8. sef.................... 36 3 15
L P Smith ..... Lotlblk 10, c ........................ 36 3 15
Mrs A Wears... Lots 15 to 18 blk 21, se........... 36 3 15 50
AT Brock ..... Lots 1, 2.3, 4, 17 an 18, block 25 sei 36 3 15 60
A Arthur & Ed-
....win Hesa Lots 7 and 12 bjk 27 set............ 36 3 15 20
Dr H Sanche.... All blk 3, less lots 12 and 13, nef.... 1 4 15 65
g~a :L.-.....Lots 12to15inc, blk 6, net..... .... 1 4 15 20
LE Franklin... Lots 7andcti3lk 7,nei............. 1 4 15 70
AA Shep'ard.. Lot-8'mid IP1k 8, net............. 1" 4 15 50
LEFranklin... Lots 12aed13blk 8, net............ 1 4 15 60
C B Smith & Sal-
....lie DDavis Lot 14 bk 8, ne..... .......,.... 1 4 15 20
C F Smith..... Lot 15 blk 8, ne.........,..... 1 4 1 20
A B Hol:es... Lots 1 and2 blk 9, ne~.........; ... 1 4 20
R J Lowery &J "
HDrummond Lots 15 to 18 blk 14, net............. 1 4 15 25
Unknown... .. Lots 1and 2 blk 22, ne.............. 1 4 i5 30
.a M Ware..... Lots 7.8, 10 and 1 blk 24, ne...... I 4 15 20
Dr HSanche & Co All blk 25, net............. .. .. 1 4 15 500
Dr H Sanche & co Lots, 2, 3, 4 and 5 blk 26, nei....... 1 4 15 60
Dr. H Sanche. Lots 14, 16 and 17 blk 26, nei ...... 1 4 15 50
Dr H Sanche & Co Lo s 1 to 7 and 14 to 18,inc blk 27 nei 1 4 15 250
Unknown...... Lots 10 and 11 blk 40, nef............ 4 15 20
R J Lowery... Lots 1 to5and 15 to 18 blk 14, nw .. 1 4- 15 506
JH Drummond Lot 13 blk 15, nwi .... .........t. 1 4, 15 20
-H-D,a-L EWare /.
...& Ware Lotfl, 17 and8 nw ......... 4.. 1 4 15 i 0
Dr H Sanche & +Co Lots z to 5, and 1i and 16, bik 16
nw ............... ... .... 1 4 15 75
Unknown........ Lot 14 blk 16, nwi. ..........,.,. 1 4 15 20
L E Franklin.... Lots 1 and 2 bik 17, nw.......... 1 4 15 50
Dr H Sanche& Co Atllblk 19 nw .................. 1 4 15 100
Mrs Sallie Davis. Lot 6 blk 31, nwi ............... 1 4 15 30 -
Dr H Sanche & Co Lota 1 to 7 and 2 & 18 bk 32. nw.. 1" 4 15 200
CUnkuq*....... Lot6 'lk2, ne of se4............. 1 4 15 10
W B Merritt.... A lot oomnmencing 15 ehain e of sw
cor. of nwi; thence. n, 10 chains,

R C Wilch...... A lot commencing at se corlier of
swl nwi; thence; n, 10 chains, w,
2. chains, s, 10 chains e, 2T
Chains to bezinaing swi of nw 6 4 14 10
-Uta, wn. .t. Block 24 sw l ........... ....... U6 4 14 50
-t-' R. L. PURCELL, Town Tax Collector.

All because of-a double Russell Uris
wold Colt's wife came mighty near As a Counter Irritant.
suing him for a separaton. A fellow "Doctor. is modern medical science a
Who looks like Colt and who posed as really ranking any advance in treating
the son of the millionaire president of rhelimatism'." )
the- United Rubber company cut up "Yes: it has discovered wliat is be-
high jinks on New York's great'Wh'te lieved to be n absolute specific."
Way. Mrs. Colt was upset, .but tier "Whit's the name of it?" I
fiusbaqA.:Convinced. her that It wps the "Acetylmiethylenedialicylic acid." s
othecb'hito who had siMniP "Whnt?" I
Th-ws 40t 1 first time Col's I woi't say It ngalh, I'll write it."
ou &has- aip l troiTble. ,()f "How d4 y3aoU take it?"
fit. min) I lA o take itit'll.
n mad a m A "....aa*ms...We.61 AL=

^a f "thtnuary r'thatp-Jcar.
He sal be was Russell Griawo o-4olt.
son of Colonel Samuel Pomeroy Colt of
Providence . He bad run away
from a school in Connecticut, he de-
clared, and wanted to rest in Willlams-
town until he could replenish his lat
"Colt" bought several suits from the
tailors in North Adams. He made
purchases in the men's furnishings
shop in WIlliamstown and ran up huge
bills in the college grill and billiard,
parlor. His credit, based on the fact
that he was a guest of a fraternity,
was unquestioned.
And then, without a goodbye, he dis-
When the announcement of Colt's en-
gagement was published Williams
graduates, who remembered sadly the
red fire visit of the presumed rich
man's son, discussed the advisability
of confronting the bridegroom elect
with demands for a repayment of the
money they had paid for him. It was
decided to Induce the tradesmen to
present their bills.
"Now I know," said the real Russell
Oolt, "why I have been receiving bills
from marchajts in Williamstown. 1
was never in Williamstown in my life
and never incurred a penny's debt. My
double has caused me no end of trou-
Then there is the case of E. R.
Thomas, the former New York finan-
cier and horseman. Had he not been
able to convince his wife that it was
his double and not be who had been
in the company of a certain actress
her threatened suit for a separation
might have been filpd. homas~ dou-
ble has been expos vnqiumer~Iua uc-
casions, he asserted~ 1ut ut -. w tL ut
causl4i hmimtup which '^l till
trying to erplan wi$t. .-
One reason, of cKtf, titha.Vy 0aiy
mistakes are made in the ltlti of
persons is that the doubles aa'enhot
often brought together for comparison.

Nothing More to Say.
"John Henry, there is about a half
bushel of dirt and ashes to take out of
the cellar. 1 want it done right away."
"Hang it all, can't you let me alone
for a minute, Mariar? That job'll take
half a day."
"John Henry. I'm surprised at you.
A little job like, that! Do you know
that there are 39,669,715 cubic yards of
dirt still to be excavated at Panama?"
'Aw, gimme the shovel!"-Cleveland
Plain Dealer,

The Horrid Things.
"I didn't se veyou at either Sue's or
IHlle''s p:irly last wee'k." said one.
"I was ill anl couldn't go to either."
replied the othrr.
"'\'ell. at Sue's they talked about
youl ai whole lot."
''The horridl thline!"
"But at Heleu's they didn't mention
uiiLr uni ue.
"'fhe ibJrrid things!" New York

T-'.e Doctot-IT-ow is the patient this
mn.r Lillnff'
ie Patlent'e Wife-I think he's bet-
ter. Lbtr he .'-oms to be worrying
an smu t ":. :'iP l i ni g. .
The Io:tor- Humr .Yes. Just tell
him I won't send It In for a month.
That oug.lt to freshen him up some.-
Chicago News.

Not Expensive.
"Y'u must take exercise." said a
)phy~lci;an to a patient. "The motorcar
in a case like yours gives the best ex-
"But, doctor, I can't afford to keep a
motorcar." the patient growled.
"Dou't buy; just dodge!" said the
doctor.-Christian Life.

Guest (timorously. on being present-
ed with exorbitant bill--I)on't you
think this is just the--r--leastit t ex-
orbitant ?
Landlord (illndly -Oh. yes; just the
least bit. not very ulch. -Puck.
Result of Education.
Mr. De Lots-Naow. Joslah, this isn't
the fust time I ketched ye loafln' to
day. It seems ez college has complete
ly spiled ye! Josiah (Just graduated)-
Patience, pater. I'm merely trying to
figure out by geometry how to get
around this rock with the plow with-
out swerving from my coursel-Pitts-
burgh Press.

for backache, rheumatism
Foley's Kidney Pills purify

$ 70

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1 2p
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"Were all medicines as meritorious
s Chamberlain's Colic, Choleria and
)iarrhhea: Remedy. the Iworld would
e much better off and [the percentage
If suffering greatly decreased," writes
Lindltay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For
bale by all dealers.
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^I~ ;l CASTE. ,

Th'-.e obhnee In a basket on the

Sometimes adJacent to the mackerel keg,
At other times behind the cellar door.
The egg elected to be known as good
Is kept remoter from fortuitous knocks
By having Its containing basket stood
Above the floor upon a cracker box.
Fresh eggs upon the counter may be seen,
In pasteboard boxes standing In a row,
With small partitions fitted In between.
And warranted put up by So-and-so.
Beneath a cover specially designed
To please the purchaser's artlsitc eye.
Each In Its own compartment cotton lined
The new lalds In their costlier casket lie.
The strictlles all beneath the showcase
Repose within a bed by fingers deft
Arranged with wlaps of fragrant hay or
To represent the nests they lately left
But wait 1~i at no.very distant day
Cold storage skill an egg de luxe pre-
Kept in the fireproof safe In its own tray
And by the carat priced to millionaires.
-Brooklyn Life.

He Lived.
A Texas cowman stopped at a lit-
tle hotel ip in Oklahoma. The night
was col% and the bedclothes were
thin. After trying to sleep for an
hour the- guest dressed and went
"I can't sleep in that bed," he said.
"What's the matter?" the proprietor
asked. .
"Too cold."
The hotel man was not in the least
"All you fellows from Texas kick
about the bedclothes being too thin,
but I notice you come down alive the
next morning, all right."
The guest returned to his room, pull-
ed the carpet off the floor, ripped it
and cut it Into three or four thickness-
es of bett cover and got. his night's
rest. The next morning the proprie-
tor greeted him with:
"I thought you'd come down alive,"


(e That Might Have Taken
iTERS--Last nirht I was over
lie .A\gir:i w\liumn s.me of IIPh
er 'tl.s .';lm in :iiad rpeiiues.-
ir tine' ;sm'inilly t, r'ael ilh'lr
js. ;I.':1 ide.i -i t l I' e:ri: ll. ,I>
,in1. 11 .4:i lil if tlhi- I,'pliih

I lienar 't ry lit'- w, id in'ea'
jl. mti. thut trm~ they cmilL.
wh'tiniz by lche'alus or lb
I I I-, mer. 1I \r-ill ~rr

(Mleoni-Tl! t 'It rhs"'ide~ifl flilt
on Jniirlpi(]es. miii't Ynii Imi nkV
oou'rites1 -I ii. immd". w'!I1Im1I1''
tn!-' nme rerr ltr I, tell tirni ;Tit 1I,'.
I felt. I n kff 1 10--i It .-%%- *it wo'mei lf
we. 1oe tr l 7-11'. 11,..111-himz hl'i':mmf

T'l'r.a'yLubrhtis- \Vih t that'?
Socrates-H Ie tIein ih'i'm .ning n. '
hawing,. I theb:'pore p:'rt' ;d Iho 1"'!
and aske'1 him If hlie thro'tme ll Ith
little sp:lrrows ;anld wniarhIl-r ,im~ ht ti.
lie sileni'el bh dnv' I iIe l her'. c.:n
not sin' like the sk;; !:irk or If nil thie
hulhii mn-,kin- Mmirds a". I wi-lilImio,
wills of night minnglig to hbe silineedl hb
ennse they cannot sing as thb night
Ingale can.
ro!Pemarchbis-Thltt must have bpeen
where he went home.
Socrates-Thnnk you. Polmluarehuli
However. he remnlned to debate. FIFT
said he would not go no fnr as hant.
I therefore anked him if he did not
think. as n matter of fact. that the
other bIrds enabledl us to napprec'nte
the skylark nnl the nightigngle much
more by comparison than we other-
wise would.
Thrasymachus-Tou put him In a
holP there.
Socrates-It is sweet of you to say
so. Thrasymachus. He did not. though.
see what was coming and answered
that he did think the lesser singers
might serve that purpose. Very well.
I said. If your poetry, EurIpide.s is
really better than that of the younger
Crites and his friends would you be
made the more or the less illustrious
by comparison if they were heard?
Glanucon-What did he say to that?
Socrates-He could only laugh, as
every one did. and make way for the
poets waiting without.
Polemarchus-I think you set a kind
of deadfall for him. Socrates.
Socrates-Tut, tut.- Now let us go
across the street and see what yon
publican knows about eggnog. St.
LT.,tis Post-Dispatch.

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The man who fails to think of
the rainy day is generally the
one who carries off some other
man's umbrella.-Cldcago Rec-


m, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities,
y the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitutes,

Soid in St. Andrews by J, R Thompson,



"'Oh. I made out." the other rtltiled.
The hotel! tuan tihou'hlt he dete'te.'d n
park in the Tex h's 'e"e, but that re-
sourceful *eutlehian* 'a.d been gone
an hour when ri s fiu t lltally tore
downstairs with a gpii in Iris hand.
hliouting anatheasdown he irall.-
it. Louis Post-Dispatch.

...What We Learn.
erlenue sometimes teaches
y v dishonest other people
&hicago News. 4
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4 Nothing Doing.
+ an's college iprofessor.s; the
L c" of English literature and the
S of history, attended a mati-
.iaiFspearean production dur-
Stuila eek to make "notes"
lectti'es ior the following

t c to compare impressions.
y arrived at the theater they
Sio\ed.to find that tgielr s ats
ariteid Several rows. Thel'
S'hat tbkir joint worlk Woul
S. be nliillietd. The ht;tory
however, noticed that the
-/ i xt to her seemed to be
-if i lt 4 ii.; fil t~edrttliiio, she
i '. nfter miits fltatio, se
; i k.;ahfit matters and aAe binu
s l; t1ii the seat of the tfter-
t.-,,,i"r three rows ahead. She
.- S. southair younrig woman, hut
A istoering up hfe courage, she
S/ 'lnd oil the rltif' arm r.nd
1 v', iftliy. "e91cuse me. sir: but are
S- :,lone?" The nmat dkgre con-
~~ u ,;hed nervotisfy arid then.
"/i s hand to his mouth. he whis-
he amazed professor. "Cheese
l'/,S wife is ittitng next to tiet."
Hfomne Jottrmi.

Departmn-ii of the Interior.
July 6, 1912.
Notice is hereby gi'en that Adami ..
'l f l y .-',, ih'lrIda.n wh,, on Oc-
~Ip-l-dfJ 1910, imade lionme ltead Entry,
"'ISrial. No. 0;.19.', lo ei of neo, and if of
seJ, section 13, lownsbhip 2 smith, rallge
16 et,' all'l:. ha .See Meridian, lilts fiiod
inolicr ,ot iiitentien ti. make tinnl
couiniillnitn'oll pri.nf to establish cl.aimn to
thP land albo'e described. before the
clerk ol thie circuit court at Vernon.
Florida. on the 1.'th day of August, 1912.
Gainiiiiant nvtnies as Witnesses: E. F.
I'riin. E. I.. cooper James A. Yates and
U. E. Murtee, all of Murtec. ,'lorida;
HzNvY S. CHrBR. Register.

De partmeni of thealniterior.
U, S. Land Office a! Gainesville, FMa.
Juns 22. 1912.
NOTICE i hereby giveii that len E.
H1Ills, i' B:avhead, Flori,ii, who, on
July 7, 190.9. umide Homntetead enlry,
ei ial. No. 0545ti, for i.4i f swP, 4,nw of
sei amid r*tor llf n section 14, to nihip
] south, range 14 west, lTnlahassee Me-
ridian, hits filed notice of intention to
make finial coaionution proof, to establish
rltiii to the land above described. before
I lie clerk of the circuit court. at Vernoii,
Floridan on the 31st day of July, 1912.
Clinimiant nmnes as witnesses: James
I'. Dison of Bennett, Florida. A. J.
Gainer anid Thomaus Sapp of Southport.
Florida, aud W. B. Holls. of Bayhead,
Florida; HENRY S. CHUBe. Register.
U. S. Land Office at G inlesville, Fla.
June 2 12, 1912.
Noiice ii hereby given that Perry N.
f1thhiisoif whose postoffice address is
Westtay, Florida, did on ihe 1st day ot
April. 1912, filein this office Sworn Aate-
m nlafid Aoplicatioi, No. 010458, to pur-
chase the nwi of n*V section 14, town-
ship 2 south, r;iige i17 W sI; Tallahassee
Meridian, and the timber thereon, nnder
the provisions of the act ot Jifne ;1878
ana acts amendatorv, known' a' tihe
"Timber and Stone l1 w," at s'ieh v;lue
as might he fikcd by appraisementiand
that, pusuani- to such appilf'ation the
land and timber thereon have been ap-
puaised at One Hundred andi I h'irty Dol-
lI rv, the timber estimated' 3 );)00 I.oard
feet at $2 00 per M.. and the hind $41I.00,
and the timber has a distiincf value ot
$30 00 for turpentine pu posce; :A'td i hat
said applicant w:ll offer final prof in sup-
port ot his application and sworti stato-
ment on the4th day of Septeliheri 1912,
before the Cl-rk ol tlie Circuit Cuult, aI
Veinen, Florida.
Any ,erson is at liher'y o ( iteis t his
rurchaiie before i'try or initiate a cou-
test at any time tbeIore patent issues. b1y
filing a corrobora!ed aflidavit li this of-
fice alleging acts which would doteatthe
entry. Ha var Cural. legister
Enlarged Pores.
Camphor wv;:ter. used frequ.ntly dur
Ing the day. will decreaset the sie of
ealarged pores of the ase.

U. S. Land Office At Gainesville. Florida
July 27, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Mollie
Hendrix, whose pastoffice address is
Wethbay, Florida, did, on the 18th day of
Noktember, 1911, ile in this otiee sworn
Statement and Application, No. 09771, to
purchase the set of nw* seciou 25,
township soith, range 1l west, Tallahas.
see Meridian, and the timber thereon,
under the pLovisiens of the act of June
3, I 78 and aets ameudatory, known as
the "Timber and Stone Law,' at such
value as might be fixod by appraisement,
aud that, pursuant to such applic tion,
the land and timber thereon have been
appraised ut Two hundred dollars, the
timber estimated 60,000 board feet at
$2,00 per M, and the land $20.00 and the
timber has a distinct value of $60.00 for
turpentine purposes; and that said appli-
can: will offer final proof in support of
her application and sworn statement on
the 9*h day of October, 1912, before the
clerk of the circuit court, at Vernon,
PAny person is at liberty to protest this
purchase before entry, or initiate a con-
esat itany time before patent iasucs, by
filing a corroborated affidavit in this of-
fice, alleging facts which would defeat
the eiitry. tIhay S. CaiiaB, Register.

offer for sale of Gold Coupon Bonds o0
the Town of St. Andrews, Florida, to
the amount of Thirty Thousand ($30,-
000.00) Dollars becoming due and pay-
able as follows: Ten Thousand (10,-
000.00) Dollars on August 1st 1922: Ten
Thousand ($10; ust Ist, 1932; and Ten Thousand ($10,-
000,00) Dollars on August 1st, 1912, all
bearing interest at the rate of five per
cent. per arnum, interest payaolb an-
nually, The Town Council will receive
bids for the purchase of said bonds or
any part of same until the 9th day of
August, 1912, at n on; but reserve the
right to reject any or all bids. For
further information address: C. J. Set-
terlind, Member of Counsil, Town of
St. Andrews, Florida. All bids must
be accompanied by a certified check
for Five Hundred ($500.00) payable to
Towu of St, Andrews, t lorida, io in-
insure compliance withe bid if acept-
ed. S. J. GAINER
Mayor Town of St, Andrewe.

In Court o! thcCounty Judge, State o
Florida Washingt.n County,
In re Estate of
J H. Brown.
To all Creditrs, Legatees, Distributees
and all person; having Claims or De,
mands against said Estate:
You and each of you are hereby no-
tified and required to present any
claims and demands which you or ei-
ther of you may have against the es-
tate of J. H. Brown, decersed, late of
Washington County, Florida, to the
undersigned, Executors of said estate,
within two years of the date hereof.
St. Andrews, July 1, A. D. 1912.

Department of the Interior.
V1. 4 Lnd Oft' aFilleF]ridt,
police is hereliy gien In lhoinii
Hendvtx, of Westlb.t, Florida, wh *, on
Ap"il26, 1911, made Hc.imeR d Entry.
Serial, No. 08473. tom e.eV4 f Swi, and
swi of sei sectiot'24, and ni, of i n,
section 25, township 3 south, rnue 16
west, Tallabassaee Meridian, has filed no.
twice of intention lomake final conimrnn-
tion pioof, to estabhlilh ci.imi to the I.pd
above descried, liefore the Chiik of the
I ireiui Cuuit., iat Verion, Florid., on
tlin Ifi1h Jay of August, 1912,
Clailmanlt nmlEC.e. as wiln sses: John
THaUlto),.Jestse Sowell. Uharles Moore anid
Janmes Adania, ill of Westliav, Florida,
Ha.M ry 'HUBB, Register.

Jhe Colmopoll it..llet, ly .... 1 ;
For any either of tli abo m .. ,I, -
lions in connection with thb BUOY ad
dress orders to r PH BUOY,
At Andrews. Fla.



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A Lucrative Job and the Cost of Living
In Maine In 1832.
Congressman Asher Htids of Maine
and former Speaker Cansie were eat-
ing in the house restaufint. sampling
the feed, which they found high
enough, and, of couree there was some
demurring on their part and an ap-
praisement made of the high cost of
living, whose pinch eveff coagreeme
'"fiefe is much to be said on both
side r e the question," broached Uncle
"And that is quite true, The cost of
living is quite relative," 'ild Hinds.
fie Went on:
"I hate just finished reading the life
of HEitaltbal Hamlin of Maine. as you
know, 06id in it he tells bow in 1832
the ctf lze of Paris Hill. Me., met to
arrange to get out a weekly paper for
the town and engaged an editor for it
at $1.50 ti week."
"What, $1.50 a weewkr' ftelgImed
Uncle Joe.
"Yes. a week." continued HIlnd.
"And Hamilin goes on to say that not
only did they get a man to do it, but
even a Harrnrd graduate. who was
glad to get the hlurative Job. And they
even thought they were paying him
well. and with that $1.50 a week.
Hamlin says. the editor was able to
lbytairl the best board in town. as good
it we pay many times more for to-
4ay,. af ~tive enough money left for
the hcfadetiftitl of Eife."
"Well, t fa nrd to Ibeliee Hamlin
was iot. lying." comrute4d Uncle Joe.
--bostta Advertiser,
Mother-Itun away. Johnnlet Jo a .
hie-Why? Mother-recause Y Mbusy.
Johnnle--Why are you busy? Mother
r-Because I am in a hurry. Johnnie-
WI'hy are you in a hurry? Mother--
ccanUse father's bringing home two
eientlemen to dinner. Jobtine--Why's
father bringing home two gentlemen
to dinner? Mother-Beestcge the boll-
eW's sprung a leak, beeafre It's the
cook's 4da out. because Vte got a
hecadgache. because the butchert ba not
brought the meat and because--ob, I
wish you'd go away!-London Globe.

A Card.
This f ttf derrtiv that Foley'fs Honey
and Tar CGftMound doeea"ot contain
any opiates asy habit-formine drugs
or any ingredients that could possibly
harm its users. On 1t e contrary it
great healing and soothing qualities
make it a real remedy for a'aSbll
colds and irrirations et the throat,
chest and lunge, The genauie is in a
yellow package. Ask for Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound and accept no
substitute. Sold by J. T'fleopson

TOP. .&rL=
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north halt ot the
aorthvisst quarter oa section 10. to*l
.. h.ran r"* .rA& j.a,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or balf-acre lots.
'he price asked will be according te
'noatlon. W A. ECMMON'S & CO,

30x50 inches, correctly Ilatted aid
showing all the n:re imp* riant
buillilngs-iM of great v lne to It y
one contemplating pturci .sihg pr. I *
ferr in town. It covers about f.,,r
miles of coast iine, extendin- eHt."-
war, from Dyfr's lir.t ts ,, n'
racing Old St. AnlrIewH, +i;! ce.r

,)*J e D,>Iitr. a t r BU(IJt'' .

Our Clubbin Uist.
I':,e BUO)'i hs i.made very li;)eri' sii;
,ine iarran gemiellts wilih iai a ;< t- !ir
rest punllicatio, s in tlihe, *ctrn! ..r
thie present can sendl f'oi! s> ; "
The BUOY and
Detroit Free Press ,tc .
and Year Book)...
The Fla T. Union. diil .
do Seni w' .
Scientific American' ...
Farm Journal, Philtd'at, mnri liy I.
N. Y. World(thrice w'ok).. 1.8

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