Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 8 21, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00663
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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l m a Vot n
Dr. Ml,- WEE
Mr. W. C. Person, of Caaveral,
6ads TBa BSrA o e a plant call
nly one solitary vote for Cocoa,
in thUe county ste election Wedne-
day, orth of Cit Point precinct.
Conducto Fuller and amly lft
on train 8 y4d day for Jackson
ile on amount of Mr. Puller's fal-

And the Ivy vim an the northide
oatfejalisill green and wl re-
mlan so for the next ten years with-
mot may fertis either.
Mr. Gese ~ Ginga is expected
Some at Rokld within a few days
to look after a ruh of work in the
boat building line this fall.
The frmb do Hon. Wade H.
Joms -ww modh plemsd to me him
out and in town Wedneday and hope
that his health wm soon be restored
to him.
Mrs. C. B. Klngman andlittle son,
Charges, returned hoe the latter
part ofl week from several
months' stay in Kentoky and Ohio,
much to the joy of Mr. Kingman.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Blake Walker, of
Jacksomvle, arrived Monday. Mrs.
Walker will spend two or three
weeks here with her father and
mother, Capt. and Mrs. Jam Pritch-
ard, Mr. Walker returned to the Me-
tropols Tuesday.
A north-bound freight train was
derailed between Delray and Boyn-
ton, Saturday afternoon, supposed
to have been caused by tie track
sliding under the heavy locomotive,
but the engine was not derailed.
Some of the freight cars ran off the
-track before the speed could be
slacked up and they piled up in a
heap. The track was blocked for
several hours.
And it now appears that the Re-
publicans of Florida are divided into
two factions and that another State
ticket will be put into the field. Col.
Joe Stripling, who was but recently
dropped from the list of federal
office holders, is the spokesman for
the latest arrival on the scene of
troubled Florida Republican politics,
and e assures, in an interview, that
there will be a full State ticket
placed in nomination and that it will
be voted for by a large number of
Auction Sale
J. R. Walker & Co., Saturday
night, Aug. 22nd, 1908.
Now is Your Time
'Ere many moons business will be
looking up, time will become more
valuable; consequently, rates will
have to go up.
Take advantage of the present low
rates ard have your dental work
done now. DR. MILLER.

Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
We will put on sale about 500 pairs
men's trousers in all the new and up-
to-date patterns, prices ranging from
$25 to $5s.
Men's clothing-blue serge suits
worth $18.00, special Monday only,

Titusville Fla.

Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
L..At.... La. ._ku, ir %-- fn.b rm Iktia

Not only the voters, but everyone,
wba in need of dothin, soes, hat.
shrts, or any item that men and
bof wear.
tho s that are not already cus.
towers we are out bidding for your
brine, havingby far thlargest
lih of standard makclothing, shoes,
hats, men's and boys' furnishings
shown on the river. Also complete
sto&k of women's children's and i-
fants' ine short. One order makes a
lasting customer. We are receiving
order all the time from all our cus-
tomers. Why? Because our goods
are the bet tt money can buy and
prices "right."
We pay express on out of town or-

Up- to- Date Clothing House
Titville, Florida.

Mis CecilR Ryals Married.
Many in Titusville will pleasantly
remember the visit here, about a
year and a half ago, of Miss Cecil R.
Ryals, of McRae, Ga., to her rela-
tives, the editor of THE STAR and
wife, and will be pleased to learn of
other arriate, on the 2nd inst., at
Dothan, Ala., to Mr. Edgar 0. Quii-
lin, of Troy, Ala., a pharmacist and
a man of splendid character well
fired financially. Friends of the
bride here will extend best wishes
for a long, happy and prosperous
married life.
Bird Reservation Posted
Warden Bert J. Peetti, of Ponce
Park, has posted signs on Mosquito
Inlet bird reservation, warning tres.
papers without first obtaining per-
mission of the warden.
Firearms are not allowed o'n the
reservation, and the birds must not
be disturbed.
This government reservation ex-
tends from Pelican Island, on the
north,to Sister Islands, on Indian Riv-
er North, on the south, and includes
all marsh and overflowed lands from
the peninsula to the main land.
The law covering this reservation
reads that it shall be unlawful for
any person to hunt, trap, capture,
willfully disturb or kill any bird of
any kind whatever, or take the eggs
of such birds. A penalty of six
months in the federal prison or a fine
of $500 is provided for offenders.
Auction Sale
Saturday night, Aug. 22nd, 1908.
Skull Fractured.



Pmial Pnngra Abo1t Popl that
STvrael Hi sa Thn
Messrs. R. B. Stewart,of.Brantley,
and M. S. Sams, of Courtenay, are in
town today.
New stock of the celebrated Far-
rand organs just received at Indian
River Music House.
The official panvass of the election
held Wednesday will be made by the
Board of County Commissioners next
Monday, the 24th inst.
Messrs. J. L Caruthers and W. H.
Parker came all the way from San-
ford and St. Petersburg to cast their
votes Wednesday for Titusville.
William Ronald, a graduate of
Daytona high school, class of *02, is
to be private secretary, the coming
year, for Dr. Blackman, president of
Rollins college.
Express shipments of fish are av-
eraging from 80 to 110 barrels per
day this week. Aside from this a
carload in bulk was shipped by
freight the first of the week.
The prospects are that the Indian
River hotel, at this place, will be
opened for the winter season about
November 1st by a company of
northern hotel men.

Mr. N. Rasmunsen, of Grant, was
in town the early part of the week.
He recently killed a six-foot rattle-
snake and has preserved the hide for
some one that may want it.
Dr. Armstrong has advised us that
he will make a professional visit to
Titusville Sept. 4th, one day only.
Those wishing to consult him about
their eyes or any nervous trouble can
see him at Hotel Alpine.
Mr. Eugene Johnson, of Daytona,
was in town Monday and called at
THE STAR office. He came here for
the purpose of arranging with some
of our fish houses for.eupplying him
with Indian River fish, as he expects
to embark in the fish business in
Adjourned Meeting.
Titusvile, Fla., August 10, '08.
Tte Board of County Commission-
ers met on this, 10th day of August,
1908, at one o'clock p. m. Present,
R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os-
ban, J. R. Miot, T. A. Robinson, T.
J. Cockshutt, A. A. Stewart, clerk;

Suffering from a terrific blow on J. r. Srown, snern.
the head, Henry Luthge, a well- The Board of County Commission-
known citizen of New Smyrna, is at ers placed the ballots in the ballot
the Railroad hospital here. He was boxes for the special election for lo-
operated on by Dr. Worley and will cation of county site and sealed up
recover, although the' wound is a the boxes and delivered them to the
very dangerous one. Mr. Luthge sheriff.
arrived here Saturday evening and The Boand adjourned until August
was removed immediately from the 24th, 1908, at 2 o'clock p. m.
train to the hospital. Dr. Worley Card of Thanks.
Card of Thanks.
found it necessary to remove quite a
section of the bone from the fore- Mis Minnie Lewis has requested
head, but the delicate operation was us to extend thanks to the kind
successful and the patient is pro- friends who assisted the family dur-
gressing very favorably. Parties ingthe illness of her mother, Mrs,
from New Smyrna say the injuries Lewis.
were inflicted by Frank Sams, Jr., Splendid Results
as the result of a quarrel over a dog Are being obtained from our treat-
owned by Sams which had been wor- ment of the liquor and drug habits.
trying and chasing some turkeys be- Scores of patients have been com-
longing to Luthge. He went to Sams pletely cured during the past few
about the matter and a quarrel en- months. If you know some one who
Needs this remedy to save them from
sued, which ended in Sams striking ruin, write for confidential informa-
Luthge with a piece of iron pipe.- tion to
St. Augustine Record. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE,
I Jacksonville, Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on Standard Sewing Machine
the east or ocean side of the Indian river The best and lightest running on the
at the Narrnws. descrih d as fnllnw:a market. dAn I mth chain and Ilno atcitch

Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, AUGusT 24, 1908.
Mr. Kline writes us from New
York that figured and striped per-
cales and Manchester cambrics with
Grecian borders are the proper ma-
terials for ladies' and children's
dresses, and same are being displayed
in all the leading stores of that city;
36 inches wide, special price 15 cents.
White lawn worth 15 cents for 12,
another quality worth 20 cents for 15
and a good quality of sheer lawn
worth 30 cents for cents.
Ladies' undervests, special for 123-.
Laces with edges to match from 8 to
12 cents per yard.
Special prices in all embroideries
and embroidery insertions.
Point de soie 36 inches wide, worth
85 cents a yard, special 69 cts per yd.
Dotted point de soie, same width
and price.
A good quality of unbleached do-
mestic worth 10 cents, special Mon-
day 14 yards for $1.0.
A good quality of Lonsdale cam-
bric, special Monday 10 yards $1.M.
Lare bath towels, bleached,22x46,
worth 40 cts, special Monday 29 cts.
Also, we still have a few of those
$1.00 and $1.50 corsets left at a spe-
cial price of 25 cents.
New patterns in ginghams, arriv-
ing daily, blue, brown and chambray
in all shades, 12% cents per yard.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juus KLINE, Titusville.
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Salve for the Sore.
Titusville-"Come here ter me,
Koko; turn round, let mammy see
whar she hit you. Mammy didn't
ten"to spank you so hard, but you
let highfalutin' notions 'bout fine
houses git in yo' head and you know-
ed Minor, Aleck, John Henry, Joe
and Enoch was't used to no sich, so
I jes' had to beat such foolishness
out'en you. Mammy ain't mad; go
'long, now, and 'have yourself like
you wus fotch up." K.
Auction Sale
"Bring your money with you" Sat-
urday night, Aug. 22nd, 1908.
Church Notes
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Marks' church, Cocoa, on Sunday,
August 23, at 11 a. m., and in St.
Gabriel's church, Titusville, at 7:30
p. m. Everybody is cordially in-
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
Titusville on Sunday next at 11 a.m.,
and at Oak Hill at 2 p. m.
Game and Athletic Convention
Titusville, Fla., Aug. 16, 'o(.
Editor of thc FLORBIA STAR.
Dear Sir: -The second annual con-
gress of the Playground Association
of America will convene in New
York city September 8th, and will be
in session each day to the 12th inclu-
sive. The purposes of this associa-
tion are to provide opportunities for
wholesome play, games and athletics
for the children and young people of
the cities, towns and country dis-
tricts. I am invited to attend, and
to invite such others as may wish to
attend. Any of our citizens (mean-
ing any citizen in the county) who
may feel interested and would like
to attend I shall be glad to furnish
testimonials, etc., entitling them to
a seat in this congress. I regret that
pressure of business at that time will
not permit my absence from home.
Very truly, JNO. R. WALKER,
Supt. Board Public Instruction.
Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Marsh seedless and Standard, :34)
cents each, $25.00 per 100.
West Palm Beach, Fla.

Orange Box N ils and Wraps
For prices on bt.t quality orange
and grapefruit wr. ps and best prices
on nails write East Coast Lumber &
Supply Co., Eau Gallie, delivered to
all points on the East Coast railway.
The Fernald Hardware Company
The Fernald Hardware Co., of San-
ford, offer lowest prices on cement
coated box nails, picking ladders, or-
ange clippers, fencing and everything
in the hardware, paint and building
Sanford Pla.



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Somthul Aboat tio People *f Titu-
Tllle u Th y Cne u a O
Mr. P. L Wright of Oak Hill is in
town today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers spent
Sunday with relatives in Eau Gallie,
returning home Monday.
We make a specialty of cold drinks
and cream and spare no trouble or
expense to have the best. Banner
Drug Store.
The splendid work done by Haul-
over, LaGrange and Canaveral for
Titusville, in the county site election,
showed their good judgement and is
highly appreciated at the old county
Dr. Blakewood, from Osteen, was
here Wednesday, also Judge Gal-
den, from DeLand. Dr. B. expects
to occupy the position of pharmacist
in the time that Dr. Utley takes his
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and family
spent a part of Sunday at Eau Gallie
with the family of Mr. G. F. Paddi-
son. On Sunday next, the 23rd, Mr.
Robbins and family, with the excep-
tion of Masters Richard and George,
expect to leave.for Boston to spend
two or three weeks.
M. H. Zuber, of Daytona, a former
resident of Titusville, has decided to
run as an independent candidate for
sheriff of Volusia county against E.
L. Smith, the Democratic nominee.
Like Pears' soap baby, says the Day-
tona Gazette, Zuber "won't be satis-
fled 'til he gets it."
Genial Fred Losley, of the Alpine
cafe, showed his appreciation of the
election results by "setting 'em up"
to his friends in royal style. The
lunch and refreshments were heart-
ily enjoyed by friends from Haulover
to Grant, and all voted "Fred" the
best old pioneer of them all and a
true-blue Titusvillian.
Dr. Armstrong has perfected some
wonderful cures by the drugless sys-
tem where the old school system has
failed to get results. Anyone having
any form of eye trouble, nervous-
ness, headache, dyspepsia or chronic
trouble should see him. He also
straightens cross eyes without knife.
He can be seen Sept. 4th at Titus-
ville, one day only, at Alpine hotel.
Screen cloth, yard or roll.
Insect powder, FRESH.
Columbia and Edison batteries.
Globe-Wernicke book cases.
Refrigerators, water coolers.
Ice cream freezers, $1.85 up.
CHAS. A. GARDNER, Phone 342
Dr. Miller's Tart Reply
."One J. E. Miller, supposed to live
in Titusville," says to Bro. Oslin,
,"That he will try, through Christian
grace, fortitude an:d the dispensation
of the voters of Prevard county, to
live on what "little pap" he may be
able to catch comi.ig his way for the
next ten years.


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quah. the odicial state poem. The bill
drew considerable comment. but was
In addition to a state song. the next
legislature will again have under dis-
cassion, too, the adoption of a state
lower. Tis question was thrashed
out In both the constitutional conven-
tion and the lehtllaturp. but no decl-
soo was ever reached. William H.
Murray aul his friends always, de-
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SM eat Oklahoma legislature.
evlag early Ia Ja&sary of the com-
da gy. ed met pell off a saigg
m-ash to doeide wp t t s o to
-ada as the el d air of the state
ItwU N et be the talt tf Coool Sd-
W I- of tArdnr, editor-owner of
ta DBaly Arnorits, an eatheaiast In
--r -G bkudIg di carera of near-
i=n= ofS-b. f In a letter wrIt-
S- rweetly to Gvernor Chares N.
ftaell, COmel S-e mays:
"I ae ve that the t has arrived
a the bategy the aew state to elect
a raidetie m eo for Oklaoma. I would
$0 that you notify the musaicam
4 the tate that ech a song is dedred
wa have th wee elected from the
md~ttan and set to -ome new air
ad the cal upon the mualcans of the
i to compete for a prie."
It was after suggested by Colonel
Sl this letter that drting the
mnt semslm of the legislature all the
smpetttors come to Guthrle and slng
Matr sou before a mumleal committee
mpowere = to po apon the quality to
soM mme and the mnral tone of the
aotr, may a Guthreo (Okla.) dispatch
to the At Llous Poet-Dispatch. Then
he would have a law enacted adoptng
tha mog selected as the ofhal song of
o state.
This woold not be theo rt eontst
t It kind la an o dcial Oklahoma as-
Sammbla Wile the onstituttemal
avsmstr was I semslo t late 190
a mattr of electing a reading clerk
eme -p, d the deleatea rod to
have the various eadidates-read be-
bOn the comvenotonand to select the
b rat leader, oe asplrats mounted
the platform and read seleations given
to them. Th place was woo by Bob |
Wmlami, a newspaper man of Altuas.
Ia Caaection with Colonel Sugg'
Ua It is eomteaded by U. 8. Rosell,
chairman of the executive committee
et the Democratic State Press asso-
eation, that the state's o ial song
hae already been adopted. Mr. Ru-
sel, a newspaper man, was present
wham the coonstitutonal conventtoo
held ts Initial session. While the del-
qate wre gathering the representa-
tres of the prees, together with nu-
meroa political hangers on who were
awaiting the parceling out of the jobs.
began singing, "How Dry I Am!' and
it continued until the convention was
olcially opened.
State wide prohibition was then un-
known. It was pretty generally be-
lieved. however, that the convention
would Incorporate it in the constitu-
tion, and the song us given by the re
porters and politicians was considered
appropriate. It is contended that it is
even more appropriate now after nine
months of prohibition. Mr. Russell be-
lives, therefore, that this should be
considered the stte's official song. The
frat verse and, In fact. the other nine-
ty-nine verses of the song are:
How dry I am. how dry I am
God only knows how dry am:
During the sessions of the constitu-
tonal convention the delegates were
always ready to sing. After C. N. aIns-
kell began to forge to the front as a
gubernatorial possibility, for he was a
delegate in the convention, his friends.
under the leadership of President Mur-
ray. would frequently employ idle
time in the convention by singing to
some popular tune the words. "Hllere's
to Charlie Haskell: he'll be our next
governor." The delegates who were
not Haskell's political friends, how-
ever. would always end such im-
promptu concerts by singing to the
ame tune, whatever It might be, the
word, "You've got another guess comn-
lag." The delegates frequently. too.
sang "Dixie." "Old Kentucky Home"
and other southern airs.
During the recent legislature a bill
was introduced by Senator Henry S.
Johnston of Perry. now the Demo-
cratic nominee fr congress in this dis-
trict, making a poem on "*Oklahoma."'
as written by an indian girl. Table-

A nSm emlp-igWt of a q ad

-e bedne.
n-oht ere hi Satanic t to

"And what shal their pMnlament
be, irer asked the bade execa-
"To the caldron with them," laughed
Satan. "Thu may it be put on rec-
ord that to the very last they 'bubbled
over with humor.' "-Lipplncott's.

"Corpse colne are troeared la the
North of ngland. They are the coins
that have lait over the eyes of their
dead. By this means I infection has
been spread, but supertition cause
the custom to continue A poor collier
or peasant would never think of doing
anythlag Important unless he had on
is person coins that have been upon
the eyes of his dead relatives.-West-
mnaster Gastte.
Making It Wers.
"I cannot bear actor" a lady at a
garden party remarked to her ftacinat-
ng companion. "They are so con-
"But I'm an actor myself" was the
rejoinder, "and surely you don't think
rm conceited r
"Oh. certainly notr" answered the
lady, In some confusion. "I only
meant the really good ones!"
Birds' Nests.
Some Australlan birds lay their eggs
In black snd. as If aware of Its su-
perior power of absorbing heat Oth-
ers select the neghbo-hood of hot vol-
canic springs, whoee warmth plays an
Important part In the hatching.
The mound builder collect heaps of
earth and leaves a much as eighteen
feet high and thirty feet la lameter.
and In this hotbed their egg are

Made Sure of the Dinner.
"Gumbolt and I have made a bet
and agreed to leave It to you. He
says a drowning man gets his lungs
full of water, and I aay he doesn't.
Which of us is right?"'
"What are the terms of the wager?'
"The loser Is to pay for a dinner for
the three of us."
"H'm! I never knew Gumbolt to
pay a bet. You loee."-Chicago Trib-
The Bean Stalk.
In which direction does the bean
stalk wind itself around the bean
pole? Does It wind to the right or
left, and why? The original winding
stair was the bean stalk which Jack
ascended to kill the giant. Which way
did it wind? With the sun or against
It. with the revolution of the earth
or against it' There is a little science
Involved In this query. Look it up.-
New York Press.
His Proper Place.
During the dinner hour on board a
steamer the other day a passenger was
much disturbed by the vulgar way in
which the mau who sat next to him ate
his aueut. At last. after watching him
pick a bone In a very primitive fashion.
he could control his feelings no longer.
and. turning to the offending party. he
said. "Don't you think you would be
more comfortable if you took that out
on the mat?"-London Tit-Bits.
John Bull Was Right.
Ou a Fourth of lJuly ill Nye was
v:alking In London with an English-
maun nd gravely remarked that it
seemed to him a curious Fourth be-
cause he did not see the display of
flags to which he was accustomed on
that day.
"But. me dear fellow." objected the
Briton. "why should there be any dis-
play? We were not victorious in that
war with you, you see."-Llpplncott's.
The Retort Medical.
"Did you pay your fare, madam?"
asked the condutor politely.
"PDon't conue to me with ywur lapses
. f memory." she retorted. "What you
w;:nt to d)o is to see a doctor."
"'But had she paid her fare?" whis-
:'".':1 the man opliosite her to his
"Certainly not." said his friend. "I
saw her when she came la."-New
York Press
A Troubled Man.
"lDon't go about looking for trou-
Ille." said the chap who gives advice.
"Looking!: Looking:" explained the
baldheaded man iras.ibly. "1 don't
have to' look for It. Trouble calls me
u:n over the telephone in the middle of
the tlgrlt. trouLle knocks on my door
the tirst thing in the morning, trouble
swinzq to my coattail all day long.
and trouble will follow me to the grave
when I die!"-St. Louis Republican.
"Oh. sir:" exclaimed Nanna. rushing
into the drawing room breathlessly
and carrying her fourteen-month-old
charge. with whom she had been visit-
Ing the zoo. "Oh. ma'am, Archibald
spoke this morning for the first time!"






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to huas Idlmasd tat stement and
VIt a minlfr ever breoadeling with
ihmsie taMta breadth of knowledge.
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large glands, open eating ulcers, or old
sores, theoGolden Medical Discovery *ha
performers the most arvelous cures. In
case of old ors, or open eating ulcers
It Is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pa-
see wonderful healing potency when
usd as an application to the soreadn con-
junction with the use of "Golden Medial
Discovery as a blood cleansing consti-
tational treatment. It your druggist
don't happen to havethbe "All-Healing
alve' In stock, you can easily procure It
by nelosing fifty-four cents In postage
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 63 Main St.,
Bufalo, N. Y., and it will come to you by
return post Most druggists keep it a
well as the *Golden Medical Disoovery.'
0 0 0 0 0 0
You can't afford to accept any medicine
of unknown eampoetion as a subtitute
for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is
a medicine or xxow coxPooarnoN,
having a complete list of Ingredients In
plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the
name being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Plerce' Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigoraa stomach liverand bowels

The Small End.
"Honest politics alone pays in the
end." said a congressman. "Your dis-
bonest politilan comes out like Lurgan
of CinclnnatL Lurgan was canrassing
for votes. He dropped in at a grocer's.
"Good morning.' he said. I may
count on your support. I hope?'
"*Why. no. Mr. Lurgan.' said the
grocer. 'I've promised my support to
your rival.'
"Lurgau laughed easily.
"'Ab. but in politics.' said be. 'prom-
ising and performing are two different
'In that case.' said the grocer heart-
ily. 'I shall be most happy to give you
my promise. Mr. Lurgan.' "-Washing-
ton Star.
The Holy Grail.
The Holy Grail, according to the
legend, was the vessel which held the
paschal lamb at the last supper.
Joseph of Arimathea. it Is said. had
gone into the house when the supper
bad been eaten, had taken away the
vessel and in It. at the time of the
crucifixion, had received the blood that
flowed from the spear wound of the
Saviour. The dish and part of the
blood he had brought to England aind
deposited in the abbey he founded at
Glastuonl,ury. TheLre for years it had
remnai:ied. but tin:;.lly. "for the evil of
the timess" It had been ca lghlt away
into the heavens and only appeared
from time to time to-the most saintly
soul .-New York Americanu.
II:k is :i siabstl a:. e us'ed to, conceal
tho;;iLht. In c.ilor it is often brilliant:
In e,.e't1. du::. It is extensively used
to spread ru:lur",. couuey sandals to
dii;antni oints aund to stain careers. A
Little of it theref.-re 'go. a: lo:tIg w\ay.
In'; comes in all sih.,ip's and size<. It
ni ;y be thI "k or thii.i. bu.<. t'jhugh it is
F:it .-" it Lever sti ks to any o:ke l'
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One Who Knows.
J. 0. Scott, Salt Lake Citv, rth. writs rcannS
too highly praise your Ballrd's Snow iniment for
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden chm
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
The+ 3 used together dafy ll pain.
GET THB GENUINE. Three Slbes 2Sc, 0, $1.0

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IBesvet boh rqueoted fr epert be kept on the highest levrol and, where
em country I fo to mk an totlv ;It Is not arsady on that level, be o
ttoa ato the whol matter ad to re improved, dignied and brightened a
prt to him, with r--ooma-- l-i f to aVae and keep alrve the pride
imp rovemeata, e rpart -d zeo ad lOw lty of the farmer's boya t and
adalom, with any SMtIoSsi reOm grls, of the arms r's n1 ife d of the
farmr himself How can a compel-
m datlom which the preldet Im- desire to live on the arm ber
f may dire to mae, will be aoued in the children that are born
porated n a mi-ns whih the iE- en the trm? All these questions ae
dMt will amd to cogrl plrobatl so vital Importance not only to the
ariy next year. farmer, but to the whole naton. We
The me Preiadet m oo1t vit ba hope ultimately to double tan avwernge
aIke to ast he a Intvert t atg eo- y prov wheat ad d corn per i re.a It
mltte ae Prof or L. H. Bailey o. V be a geat achIevemnt, but It Is
the Now York i hColle e AgriculP ture ae more important to double thep de-
H1mry Wavlae T e Wallrae's ad rmer, ibltloty, comfort ad standing of the
Des Metios, Ia.; Pnrudtt Kenyon m armera's life.'.
uttUrieid eo the -MapracI-tta A "It I specially important that what-
ultural college OUterd Plabot of t ,he e O wil rV to prepare country
Untsd ltats for t rerv and Wal- chIlr tor llte the farm and what-.
to L Pa, editor of the Word ever wllt brighten homo life In the
Work New Ylork. la o leer to b b of vital and make It richer ond moe
tossr Buby aking him to accept the attractive for the mothers, wives and
early p eohaem o t yearP fa rmer, of to mr should be doWe
IoTt eo Prvoest oosevelt has hopi p ultimately, thoroughly td eadly.
the dNewtioa of ImOeroem ta O tm Theme la no more Important perso,
bury taollaow: measured i comforted upon the lin f of
"No maM ha evr aIYeve 11win the natlos than the farmer's wife, no
meat proatl e ugles th(l phb at mohe e mportsat home thoan te coun-
wal bi-e Ota ce b toef wr ~ l hidre anod It eo of nr andal Im-
tr E Pam*er ss the W orr e ancv e to do tih beet we an for
Wait. Now Tark. Is- a letter to P/mcountry and make fttricer and mofe

the sol, for at s uoe tr ttr for the meters wives and
atrial ad oral that tehe w cm ghters ofr hfaver hiterto bhd lee
of the ir t of the altoi ultimeaty t tlr fubll som are I poub atte
rmsa. st the Ulitd tR measured onf the i e of bn lifes ad
etag gr tais sotl ad thkig the a s mer lif. There i too much belie
oe bas a woe I beiev it to be ft Sb al oar pIopt thatio tnahe prm
that te fa eram l thera aen tt portan e t y ro the farm. I ar
a tha ta p ee r wrbeo. therefore anxious to brg before
We Aerla m mal mak oath t P the people or the United tatM ti
no i the dovelopmet of rplc l- aquestoa of ecurtng better bunmem
tunih r ouces Mt It i qulima t ly d betn r livng on te barm, whether
t4 i .. a n o-operatlio between farmer tfor
tlesta o the eeoatr are aot ke- buyn t dio lin and borrowing, by pro.
tag pae with tion nd taklag the matin Tielal advantages and opper-
atil as a whole. tualtbt to the country or by any other
Tha farmer isI as a nrle better g ltlw meas tha wll elp to
tae hie forbeas, bt hma in rea e i me country lIfe more gainful, m
awll beg hMa not kept pace wit that sttrettle rd fuller of opportmunlthe
f te country a a whole. Wi be t ye l seurl and rewars fior twh me.
oa dltope w the farmers n at the mo ag d children ot t and rmr.
or bet faa aig rw os l e I ta e "I thll be etry Iad I deey f yot
t bhe delredr a wre b om ht w@ill cn t nto serea upon l commlto
rathed oo high ar levet hs n al nlarta on country life pon whglch I am
we eougtryh Ia ort lokt ae tth that attrakn the following gentlemen to act:
for example where the deprmt e Profleas r L H. Barlew f ew heYor
agriculture through tbe farme' co Stte College of Agriculture. Ithaca, N.
operative demeltratlona work of Dr. Y.. chairman; Mr. Henry Wallace,
rWallace's armer, Des Moines, Ia.;
thar bs0000 farmer in btter meth ods PIldent Keyon gl Buttered
of e g tere are t a Mawlachusetto Agricultpral college,
emuch e s sh aluferl a ad need. Amnherst Maos.: Mr. Gufford Pinchot,
c askingg the following genlemento a

lea lr oflre, roncy o the farm. United ttege orf t gricult ; Mr. aa, N-
phyrcia who is ati a earefl tudeot tar H. Pag, editor of the World'a

of tarm life In the south, writing to me Wo k ewYk
reeontly about te aonou persna- "lMy Immediate purpose In appoint-
e of prevatobme death of cldlrd Io g this ommlion Is to secure tt rom
due to te Inoaltary c~~o ditrm of it uch Intormation nd advice as will
ertaain southern farms, said: enable me to make recommendations
'Porsoally, from the health point to congress upon this extremely im-
ft view. I would preer to see my own portat matter. I shall be glad it the
daughter, nine years old, at work nl a commission will report to me upon the
cotton mill than have her live as t- present condition of country life, upon
ant on the average southern tenant what means are now available for
Ome horse farm. This apparently ex- supplying the deficiencles which exist
tremo statement Is based upon actual and upon the best methods of organ-.

life among both classes of people.' w Inanet eFort In investigation
"I doubt if any other nation can and actual work along the lines I have
bear compuarle with our own in tem Indicated. You w11 doubtless also
aount of at without riv o by thI nov- t find it necessary to suggest means for
amount both federal toand statgiven by theo bringing about the redirection or bet-
ricultural matters. But prnetlSnil toa ter adaptation of rural schools to the
role of thr i effort has hitherto been training of children for life on the
directed toward Increasing the produc- farm. The national and state agricul-
directed toward Increasing the produc- tural departments must ultimately
tion of crops. Our attention has been ural departments must ultimately
concentrated almost exclusively on get. aJoi with the various farmers' and
ting better farming. In the beginning :igricultur:l organizations il the effort
tdug better farmig. In the beginningto secure greater eftielency and at-
this was uuquestlonably the right thing to acure greater efleincy and at-
to do. The farmer must first of all tractlveness it country life.
grow good crop in order to support In view of the pressing Importance
mlfgw gand hrs tfamly. But swhen thL of this subject I should be glad to
has been secured the effort for better hve remirt before the cud of
farming should cease to stand alone [xtemm on lr. For that reason th
and should be accompanied by the eft- ommisllon will doubtless find it Im-
fort for better business and better llv. practicable to undertake extensive in-
lng on the farm. It Is at least as m- vestigatlons, but will rather confine it-
self V) a summary of what is already
portant that the farmer should get the elf t. a summary of what in already
large; possible return in money, com- and the recomnudt of measures
fort and social advantages from the and the recomndaton of measures
ropr he groc a that ae should te tending toward Its solution. With the
the largest return In crops from te single exception of the conservation of
land be farms. Agt itdre Is not thi our t:utural resources., which underlies
whole of country life. The great rural the problem of rnral life. thlre is no
Interests are human Interests. and good other material questiontl of greater m-
crops are of little value to the farmer portance now before the American peo-
unless they open the door to r ood pie. I shall look forward with the
kind of life on the dorm. to keenest Interest to your report."
kind of life on the farm.
"This problem of country li*e is in That the appointment or a commis-
the truest sense a national problem. In sion to Investigate by President Rloose
an address delivered at the sIcn- velt marks an eporh In the history of
a..,n l dre delivered at te amcltral the country and also inaupgurates one
"^. ^^...a as*s maaeea serlealtural *' ^ ad*B aunteoe



policies, the central Idea of which 1
to see to it that we have not only bet-
ter crops. but also better, happier, more
contented and more efficient men and
women on the farm. Farm life ought
to be made so profitable and attractive
that the farmers' boys and girl will
be ambitions to spend their lives on
the farm."
Henry Wallace, named by President
SRoosevelt to serve on a commission to
Investigate farming conditions in the
United states. I heartily In sympathy
with the Invetigation.
"The farmers of America," he said.
"constitute the most Important class of
American citizens. They are the orlgl-
nal producers. and everything that per.
tains to farming is of vital Importance
to the future welfare and prosperity of
the country. It is from this great
farming class that leaders In lndus-
trial, financial and political walks arise.
They are the basis of our national
'progre. Everything that can be done
for their welfare s for the future p-
building of America."

Killing Off Ia e Posts.
The bounty plan for the destruction
of predatory animals adopted Jan. 1
last by the state live stock sanitary
board of Idaho Is proving more effec-
tire than the old method of employing
trapper. The expense s reduced
while the results are almost doubled.
Since that time animals have been
killed as follows: Coyotes, 4.977: bob-
cats. 832; lynxes. 1.

Fairy Pipes.
Th fairy pipe, which grows rarer
and rarer as time passes, still inds a
niche In many museums. It Is a little
clay pipe, the bowl big enough to
bold a pinch of tobacco the size of a
pea and the stem an Inch long and
the thickness of a violet stalk. It is
a quaint superstition that of the
fairy pipe. and It still lingers In some
parts of Ireland. There be who comes
upon a fairy ring must, last the "little
people" do him harm, leave In the
ring's center a fairy pipe filled and
ready for smoking. In the past fairy
pipes could be bought all over Ireland,
but they are hard to find now, and
most of those In the museums are over
a hundred years old.
Another Suspicious One.
It struck him just after he gave his
order to have a duplicate made of a
key that it would be a bad thing to
give his address too. Even though the
locksmith might be and probably was
perfectly honest, there might be some
one in the shop who wasn't and who
might take advantage of knowing his
address to burglarious ends.
So be told the locksmith when the
man asked for the address. "Never
mind; I'll come back for It."
The keymak**r looked at him and
said: "I suppose you're one of the
suspicious ones. We get them all the
time in the trade. There are lots of
folks who won't give us their ad-
dresses."-New York Sun.
Mascots of Olden Days.
M.iav'ots have bad their place in the
world for many generations. Cats. as
with the ancient Egyptians: grasshop-
lcrs. as in Italy. and various other
speciimens of animnil life have in their
time been counted as sacred! or Ilcky
by different peoples. So it is only a
continu:ncct of old customs that has
caused baseball teams to take' along
:; animal or a small boy when they

go upou the diamond to try their skill
r.itlh other players. The custom has
Sspreanl to such an extent that today
I their is not a vessel in the navy of
the unitedd States that has not some
kind of mascot. This assertion w:ll
apply with almost equal force to the
other navies of the world.-Chicago

Granulated Sore Eyes Cured
"For twenty years I suffered from a heal
Scae of granulated ,ore eyes. says Martin Boyd
Sof Henrietta. Ky. "In February. 1903. a e-n-
tleman asked me to try Chamberlain's Salve.
I ought one box and used about two-thirds
of it and my eyes have not given me any
ti iv-n.n a l na m1 1i. 1w & ... %. w Pro:

QOympI, U. I. A.
Didn't we beat the Brton et. ad didn't
wertump the T at
DMWt rW ua wme out on n& a*t Mhm
aMd ab y beaut?
Didn't we esquer the rueaser Jeuk-
beer. nm of the d-I and ef ?
And wa't the Swede a babe brad to
the giants of Ua Ie eamT?

Oh. a mountain et a ma is the brawny
Jawny Pla
When the hammr ead I whirling for
the trick!
Masm of muscle lke a giant, steely st
or snaky pliant.
Though there never was a snake Insde
a Mick, avck!
Oh. to me the sweep and swing ot the
discus in the fling
When a Sheridan gives battle to a HorrT
Man alive. he's got the wing of an an-
csent Irli king
That he's flapping n te faoea of Mr.
Thor, begor!
OSt wait for a Judge, with a "Tut" and
To tell us of foul and plot;
A Britisher missed through a slap on the
Or some such blooming rot,
And therefore he's put to the top from
the foot
While we're In te class called not.
Thee's a greyhound Just as great as a
Percheron of weight
When the greyhound's grace and get-
there give us Joy. J
It is folly to admit that a colUe's better
As an Image for our Mel. the Sheppard
Hey! Here's Charley Yellow-Head. with
the Hilman hare outaped.
Only Yankee could net Yankee such a
Begging pardon for this one purely pa-
triotic pun,
'Twas a bit of native Bacon hogged the
Oh, hal to the hordes of underlords.
Like feas on a Titan's skin.
Who, ealouy eaten, proclaim a man
When all of the world yells "Win!"
And great tme repute of a lieut. with the
That he captured by walking In!
Dwarf and giant are the same when old
Sam Isn the game.
Se the teatherwelhted wrestlers full
of Dole.
While our Ralph proclaim a Rose is the
biggest bloom that blows
Pro p tron bulb with a starry bowL
Harkt That distant hum of smnd. grow-
ang g eater hither bound!
Ia. the sweating, staggering strgglers
stumbllng on!
Into gae through dust. a-dae, from the
Seroset of the fray
For oar praise thee totters Haye of

Tea, didn't we drag our Marry flag to a
pole i the tarry sky-
Our blue the b le while the ed white
Sew as high as our hearts were pigh
An didn't or youth drive home this
trot to the wie world thee ad
The TYane grade tl the best man made
In the inMle of the God of met
-John Oleefe In New York Pre.

S Ative at 87
This would not be unusual news if men and
women would keep themselves free from
rbeumatim and all aches and pains as well as
keeping their muscles and joints limber with
Balard's Snow Liniment. Sold by Banner
Drug tore and Titusville Pharmacy.

seething His Father.
The father of Sir Hubert Herkomer,
the great painter, was a poor man, and
the professor brought him from his
native land In Germany to live with
him in his beautiful house near Lon-
don. The old man used to model in
clay In his early life. and now that be
had leisure he took to it again In his
old age. But his hands trembled, and
the work showed signs of Imperfec-
tion. It was his one sorrow. At night
he went to bed early, and when he
had gone his son would go into the
studio, take his father's poor work and
make It as beautiful as possible.
When the old man came down in the
morning he would look at the work
and rub his hands and say: "Ha! I
can do as well as ever I did."

Old Women, 1754.
There is not such a thing as a decent
old woman left. Everybody nurls their

bair. shows their neck and wears pink
but your bumble servant People who
have covered their beads for forty
years now leave off their caps and
think It becomes them. In short, we
try to outdo our patterns. the French,
in every ridiculous vanity. Lady
Northumberhliud gave an entertain-
ment I:ast week. in which was au ar-
ticdial goose in her feathers and a
hen with seven little chickens. The
desert was a landscadw. with gales.
stiles and co'rutelds. but I have. I am
afraid. tired 3ou wl!h the accouiA of
such follies.- Letltrs From I.ady Coke
to Mrs. Eyre.

Popular Style In Skirts.
One of the popular styles of the sea-
son is the skirt buttoned the entire
length of the front.

Thinks It Saved His Life
Lester M. Nelson, of Naples, Maine. ..ys in
a recent letter- "I have used )r. King's New
Dit) very iiany years for *ughbs aanli pollss
and I think it saved my life. I have found
it a reliable rem'.dy for threat and lulng com-
plaints. andl would no imore IN* without a )bt-
tie than I would be without food." Fur near-
ly forty years New Discovery has stomod at
the head of threat and luIng reniilies. Ai a
preventive of pneumonia. and healer of weak
lunxs it has uo euual. Sold under guarantee

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On account of the new S-or law
pa-sedby congresin the Interest of
telegraphers, and aleo on aecout at
many new railroads being built and
line extended, an unuaal demand
opeersto hs been created. Coummer
tive estimates have placed the number
of additional operator that will be r-
quired during the next ten monthat .
approximately 0.000.
PORTUNITY! Enroll in our school
NOW and in only four to six months we
will have you qualified for splendid po-
sitions. Telegraph operators reeve.
from $50.00 qpwards. Our school hea
been established twenty year; it equip-
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and practical; position positively
anteed our graduates. Board in New-
nan is very cheap; the town is health-
ful and the people are cordiaL Two
main line railroad wires run into or
school rooms. No other school in the
United States has such up-to-date and
practical facilities for the 1neflt of its
students. Write at once for free de-
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Newnan, Georgia

Under iad by virtue of am xeeatole ised
out of the circuit court, in and for Brevard
county, Florida. dated June 8th, 19 i a
ause wherein Mary A. P. 8anches at lwere
complainant, and William M. Dallasm tal
were defendants I bave levied upe ad
will sell at public eactio in ifrot of tbe et
house door i Tltuville, Florida darin the
legal boon of male on the Aat Mondaya -
ten her, A. D., 1908 being the 7th day of id
month, to the higet sad best bidd r flr
mesh, the following real estte of the ded
ant, William M. D mllim, sitated is read
county, Florida, to-wit:
Begsnling at a point oe hundred sad
twenty-one chains south nine degrees et,
from the northwest corner of the ermdo So-
li Irnt, thence mnnisg north eveaty-nite
degreeeat, four hundred and sixty eha
more or Ies, to the west boundary line ft
Acosta grnt, thence along the weg and
south boundary line of aid Aees t
to range line, thenes moth, twelve s
and thirty links to the msoth bounday
of Segnl grat, thence south seventy-nime
decrees, west ive hundred and ifty chains
to the southwest corner of maid Segi at.
thence northerly one hundred sad ton
chain to the point of beginin, containing
five thousand and twenty acres. Am:
Beginning at the inteeetion of south bound-
ary of Aeost reat, with range line running
north seventy.three degrees, thirty minutes,
east to Indian river, theace southerly along
the waters of Indian river, fifteen chains,
more or less, being half of the distance be-
tween the southeast corners of Aeots sad 8Se
gi grants, thence south seventy-six degrees
and fifteen minutes, west to range line, thence
north six and fifteen hundreths chais, to the
point of beginning, hundred
and sixty-ive acres, with riparan rights
thereto. Josmr P. Bmoww,
Sheriff, Brevard County, Florida.


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invention Is probably p: table. Communalel
ionsr trtctlyconmdent l. Handbook on Patent
sent ftre. Oldest apncey for secnog ptents.
Patents taken ttbnUi Munoo Co. recetle
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rear: tour months, L F 4i by *ll newadealer.
MUNN & Co.*"'--New Y rkW
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nte probabiltie ae
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L yitfl the par-t swelled
aincd thegstration list to

SkBrother Olin would i nro to follow" bai-I
O aoorthoMe eat Cooa on pa-
a appropriate and efficient
SM r," ad turned it downby a
S,4afle majority Wedneday of 41

STdecision of the Interstate
Sm rn emmar n relating to
M aa Florida products to north-
a* markt etcontaim much interest-
S IlhfrmIt-aM but is toolengthy
to prit In TUB STAR. Cop4es of
tsdoledos may be obtained free
*a the uommiion at Washington,
SD. C., by making a request.

We give our Cocoa coepondent
meditfor keeping Brother Oslinn
rtl dark as to hi identity. Theper-
mality of our correspondent there
M been ought by the Cocoaites with
great diligence during the past few
we-s, but without nces- We
whh to sure our brother editor
that all Cooa correspondence comes
to us in manueript from the writer,
md if that writer is uin him for a
atapaw he had better hunt him
dew .

The Dairy Industry.
The following is taken from the
August number of Florida Health
Nots, issued by the State Board of
Health, and is especially commended
to the dairymen and cattle raisers of
tds section:
"While many cities and towns of
the Union, and even in the State of
Florida, are introducing and passing
laws looklhg to the closer inspection
of cattle to insure pure milk and to
guard against that dread disease,
tuberculosis, the town of DeLand
stands in the unique position of be-
lng the first in this State to be thor-
oughly inspected. That fact is due
to the enterprise and conscientious-
ness of the dairymen, who did not
wait for laws to be passed forcing
them to have their cattle examined,
but as soon as they learned that there
was danger from that source, and
that the State Board of Health stood
ready to help them, they made their
request for a veterinarian to be sent
down to inspect their cattle."
And the veterinarian was sent and
every herd furnishing milk to the
Citizens of DeLand was tested. All
the herds except two were found to
be absolutely free from tuberculosis.
One of these had two cases. These
were made away with immediately.
The situation then was narrowed
dowvn to a single herd, and that, by
the way, is a most interesting one.
In that herd a cow died of tubercu-
losis, some three or four years ago,
but no effort was made to clear the
herd at the time. What has the re-
suit been? That of 23 cows 12 were
found to be tuberculous, one strong-
ly suspicious, and only ten negative.
The lesson is, that when tuberculosis
gets into a herd it gradually but
surely infects the cows, one after
another, so it is only a matter of
time when the majority of them will
have the disease. The lesson is that
if a man would save his cows from
tuberculosis, and thereby save his
purse, he must have them tested of-
ten, at least once a year, and remove
every tuberlous cow. This man did
not do it, and while his neighbor had
27 cows absolutely free from tuber-
*elois, he had 2 with only 10 free.
The environments of the two herds
were the same, the climate and other

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mous, and we do not believe in ex- prarticnaliy reno,. White's Cream Veranifutu in "probably pasdd" and the'two d's
gets rid cif the worno.. q 1ir.kly. easily and with In "delightful days."-Ruskln.
ulting and crowing lustily over the i Aft.r .f es. ri.en ith In "delightful days."-Ruskln.
defeat of any of the competitors in 4 this contest. Drug Store. _The following cryptic announces
Let the matter now pass into his- "Yon man," declared an amateur mental latefyappeared In the adver.
tory; let every voter and resident sherlock. "has been invited to some tisement columns of one or two Lon-
devote their attention to improving function." don papers:
devot the i county by seeing more s r "How can you tell'" "Wanted. a footman for a small fam-
the county by securing more settlers, As you see. he has a pair of soeks. 1 lie must not he under six feet
making good roads, and advertising some suspenders, a collar, a tie and a nor over forty." "Fine Co, t ti t solhl
this section to the world as the most pair of shoestrings protruding from by a lady with a switcli tail." "Apart-
desirable part of the State to live in his pockets."-St. Paul Pioneer Press. men:. to he let to, a ,,:Cintl.maq with
and be prosperous. Let us smile in L.ttle Robble is a faithful attendant ":I"
victory or defeat and push forward In the "baby class" at Sunlday school. Getting Acquainted.
tosomething still better and more One day. when the teacher called ulp)n Th,- I:ride. :fh i, ., I :.ive.rtit., !: th.
elevati mankindm to recite te word's Prayer. he Mnr- i:::e M:.r i. Henry. my. lear.
elevating to ......mankind.started bravely. floundered, started I i, you eat ie wih yr
The "ultima Thule" .,f the ancients again nud finally gave up. saying, fi. '!~(;ro who bhd answer.
Twhas cl rd Thule- 4Itiii er;; ter trs "Teacher. 1I can't say it. I'm so out of l Ter hrootn w h answer.
waenI tertd iln,.1 Iher advertisements But. Mary.
c e ntswriter u to Ise Ic-el:. .1s4 prayt&cITwec.t. w hat am I to do': D on't you
ny. "It is an ioand in the Northern The Pipefish. want. our boy to det pit at allou
ocean clise-ove'red 1,3y IPyhyb s after st:ail- Tlhe I,!l'efist t:ke ':lre of their young wasnt uly yester dy you made me prom.
Ing six days from Orcades." Others in a mn~nner that is entirely peculiar. e w ,a oy este pie wit my ne
considered the most "distant northern The newly laid eggs are taken care e l o t pep wits y ke.-Har
laud" to be Shetland. oft by the male. which has a sort of per's Weekly
A Long Felt Want. fold on each s!le of its boly. Beneath A Faithful Friend
*"You are something of an inventor, the "flapt" he ke't's the eggs until the "I have. usel Chamlwrlain'. ('li. ('h.le
ar you not'" asked the caller. young are hatched and sunl -lently and Diarrhoea Remedy sillc it was firstin-
grown to take care of themselv-e trodnced to the public in 17, and have never
have doe a ew things i t While in the "flap" they are fed by the found neinstae where a care was not
renting line." answered the man In mother. upon whom falls the duty of commercial tra eler for eighteen years, and
the repair shop. foraging around for food. never start out on a trip without this. ny
"Well" said the other. unwrapping a - -faithful friend," says H. Nichols.f k
land. Ind.Ter. When a man has used arem-
package be had brought with him. Baby Morphine Fiend edy for thirty.five years he knows its varem
here's an Ebt day clock thar e or thart--p ye-r he knows it- v-lu1


Government of Florida and the United
States ($1), E.O. Painter company,
DeLand, Florida.
Algebra-Milne's High School ($1),
American Book company.
Physical Gegraphy -Tarr's New
(0 The McMillan company, Atlanta.


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T iBSYllIB E,.T. IPPBBIS SBClE I a Imos -,,.. the ..

STe In Commee Com t heir o r in
sion, in the case of the Florida Fruit bIt. Theu is when phlsesphy di
The county site election, held on & Vegetable Shippers' Protective hermoningM al thnas with a batf1
Wednesday, was the most orderly Association vs. the Atlantic Coast contingency. Of course the eauf
election ever held in Titville, and Line Railroad Co. and other, has a ibAe is welme, bt it It
the biggest vote ever polled in the just decided that the rates on citr e Lnns lbli f mo7 I in al
history of the town. fruits and vegetables from Florida nart or booe r days aiftrwea
Every movement aboutt the voting to New York are exr.ver and or- Fishla isn't imply ectaidMg Ms
place was like clock work, and all dered a reduction. ting. It i sittings o Isees where
efforts were directed to getting out The deai.on is a comprehensive tb snbeams iW thrns tbe
isave and the turtl C!
the entire vote of the precinct, with one and diasnsrat eon citrusfruit u on e der lo a tbe wreoopek
the result that only about 5 per cent and vegetables from points in Flor- thrumu in the dead tree aar by-thet
of the total number of qualifiedvo- ida to northern and western markets. seeking con..---.n4 with the der-
ten failed to vote. The commission found that all-rail world ad playing with on's ftnce
The correetnes with which the rate on oranges and pineapples from w g sometimes one tat'es
ballots were marked, not only in this shipping points in Florida to the thin, and the excitement breaks in e
precinct, but others as well, showed Florida base points not unreasonable, the glorious erelty, bht he hatly
that careful instruction had been but the car-lot rates on such articles pts on another worm only to seIam
given out beforehand in the way of from the base points to the north- the o of his wtaand to ilt his
educating the colored voters how to eastern cities are unreasonable. thadoutgh trn hapy wit hom heA.
mark their official ballots properly. Certain maxima rates were estab- bus Journa.
In Titusville only four votes were listed and ordered to be put in force Homely Criticism* ef Barri.
thrown out of 317 as blank, spoiled by September 15. The rail and wa- Among the stories which ae tdd
or incorrectly marked. In other pre- ter rates on these commodities be- oancernins J. I. Barrse ame os or two
cincts the same ratio prevailed, tween such points were not found which show That some of the folks
The tabulated vote, as given be- unreasonable and the commissionde- north of e Tweed are not aqute so
low, settle the question of removal, cided to establish car-lot rates by rail proud of the novelists sccomplshb-
and for the next ten years, at least, and water. omets as they might be.o eently war
old Kirriemuir woman who knew Bar-
the county site will remain l Titus- Tha new rates on oranges, to be- .a d "ai," man ok. "W -l, It'
ville. come effective Sept. 15, will be as a gde th in tim laddie rca mak' some-
1"i emuOa S follows: To New York 46 cents, a thin' at his wrltin'. as e cold never
LiaG ran, --- -62 1 0 reduction of 41 cents a box; to Balti- have made his lln' at the mUil" AA-
Titusvi. ---------- 313 0 0 more 43 cents, a similar reduction, other celebrity at Mr. Barrie' birth.
City Point---- 21 1 and to Philadelphia cents a place, the old Janitor at the town hall,
Coo--- ---- 2 1 0 to a 44 cents, a re- cussed the author In the following
EauGalli, .... 22 9 7s duction of 8 cents per box. deprecatory fashion: "Do I ken Jeew
SMelbourne,-------- 2 33 6 The commission held also that the Barrie? Oh. aye: I ken 'Im as I kent
Mlabrc ,----------12 6 1 mission
GrantS,, ------- 9 1 rates on oranges from the Florida his faitber an' mother aoe '."
Branyan-------.----- 18 1 base points to territory north of the "Have you red his books' "Oh.kB ay
Gor n a---------- 1 2 guardedly. "Don't you like them
G na. - 2 0 Ohio river ought not to be higher on "rm nae thinking' muckle aboot them.
Me t----------- 12 51 0
Haulover ---------. 21 0 0 the average than from California to I know money a story that my grame-
Canaverl--------- 17 0 0 said destination points, but said the mother told me that is far better than
Total ......... 498 872 85 establishment of a blanket rate to oy o J't s J Barrle'i." Yet another
Inhabitant said: "If ye tak' the lees
Tituavillel majority over all-.---. 41 that territory is not justified. The ut o' his buks thie's nasethli' left
By mutual understandinbetween present rates on vegetables from but the ordinary' crack an' cnvera-
the contestants, TitusvilleandCocoa, Florida base points to the northeast- tdon ye mcbt year among folk In the
two watchers were delegated to wit- ern cities were found excessive and i a street ny e'entn'. AnB' I ssue
ness the canvassing of the vote, and lower maxima rates were established ye happo ne d. o indp the bulks
ever happened."--Londo TLmes
Messrs. R. N. Andrews and Wm. and ordered to be put in force, being
Hindle, from Cocoa, vouched for the a reduction of 10 to 20 per cent. r he rain to isulit eee
From standing grain In the field to
fairness of the counting of the Titus- Whether lower car-lot rates should well baked blecults In twenty-two mln-
ville vote, and Messrs. E. L. Brady be established upon vegetables to utes was the record made in convert-
and F. A. Morgan reported te same eastern markets was left unsettled. Ing the raw material into the manufac-
fairness on the part of Cocoa. The present asy-quantity all-rail turned product at Waltsburg Wash.,
It ws no doubtmewhatofsur- tes upon vegetables are reasona- few days ago. This said to beat
It was no doubtsomewhat of a su- ates upon vegeare easona- the previous record, held by a Minne-
prise to Cocoa that Titusville should ble, excepting Boston, and the veg- apolis mill, by *twenty-nine minutes.
have a majority over both Cocoa and etable rates from Florida to points The Minneapolis record was made sev-
Eau Gallie, but it was to this end north of the Ohio river were found eral years ago and might be improved
that Titusville pushed her herculean to be reasonable. on at this time, but until the Minne-
sota farmers begin using combined
efforts, otherwise the election would The refrigeration charges on fruits harvesters and other up to date ma-
have decided nothing and another and vegetables from Florida to north- chlnery, says the Portland Oregoalan,
contest could have been petitioned for ern markets were not found excess- such as has made the Pacific northwest
at most any time. ive. famous, the record will remain on this
The result as it is will allay any ill While the Florida shippers did not pide of the Rocky mountalns.
feeling that might have existed be- get everything they asked for in the Simplicity In Writing.
tween Cocoa and Eau Gallie had no recent case placed before the Inter- Iwn a obliged to write too young,
decision been reached. state Commerce Commission they *s eager to set them forth by what I
Titusville has reason to be proud of cured some concessions which will be thought floe words. People used to
the victory she has won over the of material assistance in profitably call me a good writer then. Now they
strong fight put up by Cocoa, whose marketing the coming fall and win- "y I can't write at all, because, for
movements in this contest were di- ter crops of fruits and vegetables. instance. I think anybody's house Is
on fire I only say, "Sir, your ltuse is
rected by most able leadership with A Weakling on fire," where formerly I used to say,
constant work put out in the field "Sir, the abode in which you probably
onta k p outh i, bth f is th only way t, rilw rithe iNN*r rhili that passed the delightful days of youth is
from Titusville southward, but as is utiiit,,1 with wors. N tt.r iw i.uh In a state of inflammation." and every-
victor she can afford to be magnani- ,'r Ih,w "t,. it at. the worms et all th in a btate of indammation, and every-
n .. .. n i,,, n,.i..,,nt from ti>. fI.n. htil. chlild ata body used to like the effect of two p's



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Net Her Mind
"Miss Ethel sl a long time coming
down" said the youth to the servant
after waiting some time for the young
lady's appearance. "Perhaps." he
added, with a laugh-"perhaps she Is
making up her mind whether to see
me or not."
"No." said the servant, with an Icy
smile; "It isn't her mind she is making
up."-London Telegraph.
De.aheas Canot o Cured
By local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. here is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Dafunem is caused by an in-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube When this tube gt inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bear-
ing, and when it is entirely closed deaJnea is
the result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever,
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh.
which is nothing hut an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
a-se of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can.
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh ('ure. endl for
circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 4,.
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Hall's Family Pills ar te the st.

Notice to Teachers
Office of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of Brevard County, Titusville,
Fla., July 17, 1908.
The following is a list of text hooks
to be used as the basis of the Septem-
ber examination. 1908:
Orthography-Reed's Word Lesson!
(25c.), Maynard, Merrill & Co.. New
Reading-Any standard author, will
Composition-Maxwell and Smith'.
Writing in English (75c.), American
Book Co,
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (6t5c.)
American Book company, Atlanta. (;a.
English Grammar- Metcalf's i;
American Book company.
Florida History-Brevard and Ben-
nett's (60c.), American Book company,
and Fairbank's, H. & W. B. Drew Co..
Jacksonville, Fla.
U. S. History-Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book company.
G oaraphy-Redway's Natural Ad-
vanced (1.25), American Book com-
Physiolog-Coleman's Elements ,f
(90e.), The cMillan company, Atlanta,
Civil Government-Yocum's Civil


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lth tb i hea anl tat t.e aon-

e bqren h tale nrit niMla b
to 1041. 7 Jourmal Wib that

thesuoatoat the prbai ia teko be
foumnM An at tlnl t c t eokn-
vrite laamitmoaf State reo and

State wi h arefrne botheprvP

for .all InterB t esoa na
The Democratic party is in control
but how bal a Democratic pofy be
enforced? We have now o body
with authority to peak for the party.
f we had a State coventi where-
in the matter could be dieumwed and
the polay formulated all would be
Se In theameen of a-mmand-
ing part authority, how ahal a pol-
icy for the party be formulated?
We have no county convention; we
have no State convention Ina pi-
mary we vote for the Democrat who
announces a platform that appealsto
eaeh voter, and if a majority of the
mmbers.elect to the legislature can
agreeon a change we hall have it.
But there a powerful interest at
stake when we touch on the convict
quMton; how long before the voice
of the party ca prevail?
In th eabeso of soeh party au-
thority we sm how Geori is stirred
from enter to creumerence, and
how her people ar divided on a ques-
tion that should be decided only by a
calm and judicial consideration of
the fact. Shall an evil continue in
Florida till such conditions are re-
peated here? The friends of the pri-
mary ytem cannot consider such
dangers without apprehenson.
But due care should be taken when
the change is made. The State must
be prepared when she takes charge
of the convicts for herself and she is
by no means prepared just now. All
her means are, at present, fixed in
r the scheme of draining the Ever-
glades; shall she charge off that folly
to profit and loss, surrender the
property acquired and begin on the
construction of roads at a moment's
notice? That scheme has had suffi-
cient trial and experience to demon-
strate the folly of sinking more
money in the mud when we have no
need of other lands, but might not
something be saved out of the wreck
of Broward's plans and wild cat
schemes? The legislature should

consider this carefully.
Having decided that the State shall
employ the convicts on road building,
we must remember that no plan has
been formulated and no decision
reached as to the material that will
be employed or the details of the
plan to be pursued. We should
know by sad experience with drain-
age the waste that follows the at-
tempt to carry on public works with-
out a definite plan and skilled direc-
tion. When'the Pensacola Journal
advises the building of roads with
convict labor at our command, who
is prepared to tell us how?
Thq plan should contemplate a
great highway through the center of
the IState from the Perdido to the
Evgd after we ean make
a road along the West coast and
S finally down the ast coast line.
But what of the materials and how
shal the State guard herself against
lom and waste?
Here, in the absence of party corm-

Bi BBniw be

a-Y sir. We useappoint a
we wa t t a pIrin a

quals aln
"Do't dicuragd He mays
ow up to lp minat how lobe-nt
IdMAeb aroadvT-81tAa-
ReeB i.rd


lFadla edy-M. SIr. We se foly
wl water.-Bastoe Trasredpt
"Oar baby "qnalls all nigbt kwor
"Da tmpt arly evor d H may
grow up elp s minate a present
s 4 .'-Chlea sBsae

Var rod -O, yea. e os BM for
a tramp aly evry day.
KalekepDid he c ultvate her
Beker-TYe, and now the neighbors
an trytn to mve the crop.
"What part of the chicken will you
have, Mr. Ballroom"r
"Sowa of the meat. If you please."-

"What makes you think that young
man dislikes music
". Th manner n which be whistles
tee."-Washblnton Star.
"Tou shouldn't blame the world for
yoau trnmbls.
"I don't Its my own fault I 8ot
married."-Houato Post.
"You editors take life too serously,"
remarked the poet "I would take
yoars with positive glee." retorted the
edltor.-Pblladelplia Record.
"One body cannot occupy more than
one place at the same time.
"Hul Jevver see a fat woman In a
street carr'-Puck.
8be-Do you admire dark hair or
He-Dark. Too can always see it
quicker In the butter.
"Did young Skinn* c's uncle remem-
ber him when be made his will
"Mst have. Didn't leave him any-
thnla."-Brownlng's Masaune.
"It is easier to be good than great"
remarked the elder.
"Yes," rezoned Ally wisely, "one has
less opposltion."

"I have dyspepsa, but
bear me growl about It"
"Never growl about It?
you haven't got It"

you never
Well, then

Holland conducts its famous herring
bbhery with a fleet of about 750 shps-
perhaps 45 of them steamboats-and
only 10.000 men.
Photography, as a term. is derived
from the Greek words phone or "pho-
tos." meaning "light," and "grapho."
signifying "I write."
New Zealand has been called by its
Inhabitants "the Fortunate Isles," "the
Star of the South" and "the Wonder-
land of the Pacific."
Orange blossom was adopted for
hridal wreaths because the orange
hranch benrsfruit and flowers at once
.I1d Is thus a sign of plenty.
Ohtntnd-Pa. what Is a bond of sym-
pa:thy? Pa--A very poor Investment,
myi sw,. !t never drnwq any interest
fromI 'e prntlle. --('lh.ago News.
!:'- ~o :tlv'r lt: ileri --o you made
It i. tr:;;: r \Vlrhere are your dia-
mon!,;? rs. fayllfe (dummyi-1 hate
to tell .,'. Brmooklyn Life
He-There's one thing I will say you
make quite as well n. your mother
nsed t,) make. bhe-W'hnt's that? He
-Trouble.-L-ondon Telegraph.
"You didn't use my manuscript." said
the visitor severely.
"It was not adapted to our purposes.
We couldn't use it."
"How about the stamp that was In-
"Oh. that was all right. We used
It."-Phlnadelphis Ledger.
"I'm coming to your office today.
"All right." responded the man who
rents a suit of rooms In a modern
skyscraper. "Telegraph me when you
leave the first foor, wife, and I'll meet
you at the one hundred and sixty-
sixth."-Loulsville Courier-Journal.
"There Is one notable thing I have
observed." said the foreign lecturer.
"Your American women have the most
luxuriant hair of any women on the
"Rats!" shouted the Irreverent Indi-
vidual from the back of the hall.-Ex-
"Sister '11 be down 'n 'bout an hour."
announced little Bobby Wiggsns as he
led hi sister's beau into the parlor.


'Sthel hiepleds ~ a ld-fL'
tr. "What mdeo y think att
"I aw yo washlig .die this
And new they never peak as tey
pas by.-Daret Frae PrF
An triehman west in a barber ap
road was compelled to walt a wee Urs.
Wkhe he lly limnbed to a hamr,
the barber ad M. "YHave yO a
"Yes," r wdet Ir a ma "and 1
want you to bahre It qutek.L-Atchlen
"te what do you attribute your sue-
"To taking people at their word," an-
swered the Pololus with lon Sowing
chla whiskers. "Take a man at hi
word nowadays and it eurprises hi
eo that he never falei to lie up to
t."-Kaes City Journal
An Amerib was boasting of the
terrific speed at which trans traveled
In his rushing country. After tUting
an Impossble story an Irishman said:
"An' su. do you call that rapid?
Why, only lt week booked third
class for Dublin at Belfast an' got
there In a second."--a mdn Mal.
"Bridget" said Mr. Hram Offer
ternly, "on my way home Just now I
saw the policeman who was in the
kitchen with you so long last evening
and I took occasion to speak to him"-
"Oh, shure, that's all roght, ma'am.
Or'm not the least bit ealous."-Pbll-
adlphia Inquirer.
"Have you ever been arrested for
speeding" "No," answered the chauf-
fear. "But I think Is beeausee the
police in the town where I worked
had a grouch against me and wanted
to keep me from ever getting a Job
running a well car for a real sport--
Louisville Herald.
Sunday School Teacher-Did you
ever forgive an enemy?
Tommy Tuffnut-Onst.
Sunday School Teacher-And what
noble sentiment was it that prompted

you to do do t?
Tommy Tuffnut-He ws bigger
me.-Phladlphia Inquirer.
Svera men were talking about how
they happened to marry.
"I married my wife," said one, "be-
eause she was different from any other
woman I had ever met."
"How was that?' asked the others.
"he was the only woman I met who
would have meor
Miss weetly-I think your writings
resemble some works of the greatest
Young Scribbler (delighted)-In what
Miss Sweetly-You will not live long
enough to see them appreciated.-8tray
"Where is the pain?" asked the phy-
'*Oh, I don't know, doctor!" groaned
the patient "It hurts so I can't tell
where It is!"
"Just so," said the doctor, filling a
small viaL "It's a wiseacre who knows
where he aches."
"That large man over there thinks
himself a pretty important personage
in this place. doesn't he?" asked the
"Important'?" exclaimed the native.
"Why, If you tell him we're having fine
weather here he swells up as If he
th:ugihlt hIe minie it."

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SWatch on Her Wrist.
"Believe me," saki a Jeweler. "in an-
ether season or two every woman wil:
wear hr e watch on her wrist Wo-
man's watch is a nuisance to her if
S'arried in any other way. She haz
,woni It In her waist on her waist and
at her belt. She has carried It in a
watch pocket and hung It from a neck-
lace. But the wristband alone has giv-
en her sold comfort. The bicycle girl
was the st to adopt the wristband.

ti JIlc~ u Nt for jem di
mrcHB-- J^aBBInoB W GmUbow aa
New, b~tere, t teast ea' t In-t a
kt hew watek th tat WU", and the
rpWetm Is.leumasa M maplb that
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Dread mon m so~q.
A typhlO teor m err to e4 ml0
the mas, aside from domeac water
supplies, by whlch this di se is
transmitted is to be cedaeted la
Pfttabaur at the expense of the RBo lD
Sap fund.

An Effectual Threat.
omewhero in the veins of "Extra
Bily" Smith, the Confederate general.
there must have run an infusion of
Hibernian blood. At least it is sug-
gested by a story told of him in the
Sunday Magazine. Smith was one of
the most Irascible as well as one of
the most patriotic of olicers.
On one occasion he was leading the
regiment of which be was then colonel
on a long and difficult march. Weary
and exhausted, the men halted for a
rest by the wayside. When it became
necessary t move on, the general gave
the order, but the tired men remained
stretched upon the ground.
The order was repeated perempto-
rly. Still. no motion. By this time the
temper of the general was at a white
beat He thundered out:
"If you don't get up and start at
once I'll march the regiment off and
leave every one of you bandd"
Queer Bedsteeds In Bagdad.
Foreign bedsteada made their ap-
pearance In Bagdad some eighty years
ago. whoa British merchants first
came to enter Into the commerce of
these region, says a consular report.
At that time the beds were not Intro-
duced to be sold. but were brought by
these pioneer traders to add to their
own comforts, of which Bagdad could
at that time offer but few. The only
bed then known to the natives was a
queer rectangular structure, which con-
tinues to be largely used. It resembles
a blnrdage with the top off and Is
very cheap, being built of the dry
branches of the date palm. It has an
opening o one side Into which a per-
son seat himself; then, throwing the
feet up. he turns until the body is prop-
erly Inside. It Is estimated that 20 per
cent of Bagdad's population, which is
believed to be 00,000 souls, employs
this style of furniture.

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It s estimated that two year are r-
quired for the waters of the gul
stream to travel from Florida to the
coast of Norway.
On the coast of Kcuador the standard
kithenb rane- consists of a wooden.
box lined with stone or brick to burn
charcoal or wood.
Stella-Can you dress within your
Income? Bella-Yes. But it is like
dressing within a berth In a sleeping
cur.-Harper's Bazaar.
The British court is called the court
of St. James because St James' pal-
ace, London. is Its oictal headquar-
Horan-Is O'Brien a good bluffer?'
Doran-No; whenever he gets a shade
he spits ou his hands.-London Illus-
trated Bits.
Barber-Try a bottle of this prepara-
tion. sir. Splendid thing for baldness.
Customer-Don't doubt it, but I've got
all the baldness I want, thank you.
Neighbor-Well, how are your mam-
m and papa getting along? Little
Bobby-Oh, they're a spanking team!-
"What's the matter with you? You
put a big ad. In the paper, and now
you haven't half enough goods to sup-
ply the rush."
"Well. I thought the benefits of ad-
vertising were exaggerated. I'll never
be that kind of a chump again."--St
Louis Republic.

S is b has the frst steel balloon I
;ie o- wer sted. It was mbilt by the
S 5~ ft tats government in order that
ipm zperimetes may be carried ou
e. vely at Port Omaha, which is
,a signal station.
Monster building Is going to
0* the government $00,000. It was
M ed by a Minneapolls company.
Kt8 oetraly of steel. Not an atom
S wed Is tn the building. Even
1 window casings are of steel There
e early 800 tons of steel in this
*n r balloon bouse, which Is 200
t lag. 90 feet wide and 75 feet
ih. Dvry steel worker and engineer
the matry followed the erection of
*I building with much Interest and
Si government is keeping in clows
eh with the outcome of the expert-
It s what Is know as the "Church
"'1- belting having an angular top
a e ircular lower chord. From the
rg line of the 16wer chord to the
ule the trss is twenty-seven feet.
0o t the special features of the bal-
Sho-use is the std of the doors.
is bbt entrance, facing the
STL door to the trance are
im affairs, being seventy-fve
high and weighlag foaree tons.
so deleately baeanel are they
,vt 0- man can move them, says
te Omaha World-Hsrld. They a
to be opmie and shut by masna of
lever, which can be operated by one
'h. Them doors follow the truss

a b hgsd- was been April 22.
Th stere was brought to the tort In
setlas, held tegther by 14.000 teel
riv The seleton of the building os
evered with sheets of corrugated Iron,
Web h ve a new mode of fasteuing.
'h o i-l method is that of parHa
mals, but the Omaha bulding s put
E-r- by means of 1130000 Norway

VW es eo t emstres makes It
pmMti I mpeolble for the building
to be tonr -loose. re the window
eass are of stel, and the entire at-
fair s fireproo. 'There t a continu-
e- anhorage from the eomerete piers,
whlt o seven feet below grade, to
te spring line of the lower chord of
tie ret trsses. Theee anchorages are
frteemt feet apart on either side of
the building. The rear of the building
Is anchored similarly.
On either side of the front is a high
tower which carries a door. These
towers are egllty-one feet high. The
total weight of-the building Is 325
tons. There are three parts to the
building-the central part, which is to
hold the big balloons, which have al.
ready arrived at the fort, and a shed
on each side for storage purposes.
The hydrogen gas house is at the
right of the balloon bouse and will not
be ready for work until September.
whebh 'h experiments with the bal-
looms Vl kSely begin. There will be
at leas tw balloons, a dirigible and
a spAPiI captive balloon. The gov-
eronmot Inlands to spend any amount
of eF os these experiments. this
being the first steel balloon house own-
ed by the government. There Is hut
one other balloon house, at Fort Myer.
Va. This is much smaller than the
one at Fort Omabha.
The government drew up the gen.
eral plans, while the practical details
were made by the steel company
which put up the building. Captain
Chandler, who is now In charge of the
fort and who is a practical balloon
man. having made many successful
flights, will doubtless have charge of
the experiments with the big balloons.
The big balloons will he taken out
from the front entrance for experl-
ments. The big door are a marvel of
construction and have excited the ad-
miration of all who have seen them.
If there Is to he any chance of air.
ships taking an active part in the war
fare or the commercial interests of the

Otlie Boy-P-lease. sir. a gentleman
recalled wheJ y,,u vwas out.
Editor-What did he want?
Office Boy--'E said 'e had come to
give you a goxl thrashing.
Editor-What did you toll him?
Office Boy-1 said I was sorry you

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Herbert-Half ticket to Mugford. If
you please.
Booking Clerk-Why, I remember a
month ago you said you'd be twelve ia
a week's time.
Herbert-Ob-er-er-that must have
been my twin brother. We're exactly
"Pleasant day!" snorted the chronic
kicker. "There's another ridiculous
"Why so?' demanded the man who
had sed It.
"Because no duty could really be
pleasant If it's an actual duty."-Phil-
adelphia Press.
"I understand our old friend Main-
cbans is working on a scheme to re-
move weeds."
"I didn't know be had any Interest
in gardening."
"He hasn't He's merely laying his
plans to capture old Gotrox's young
"Jove, you acted awfly well last
night "'
"Indeed! The audience did not seem
to think so. They did not applaud a
bit when I made my exit from the
"Oh, but I'm sure they were awfly
pleased r-London Opinion.
Spongem-In case I should die sud-
denly will you make sure that I am
really dead before they bury me?
Knox-Yes. You may depend on me.
I'll ask you to have a drink, and If
you don't sit up and take notice I'll
tell the undertaker to go ahead and
Ilant you.-Chicago News.
"Carroll always looks well dressed,"
Mrs. Earle remarked approvingly. "yet
be can't have much money to spend
on clothes."
"That's It." said Mr. Earle knowing-
ly. "He dresses In good taste because
be can't afford things that are in bad
"Tommy, were you fighting with that
Carter boy?"
"Yes. maw."
"Didn't I tell you not to quarrel with
any one?"
"Yea. maw; but I thought aU bets
were off since you quit speaking to
this Carter boy's maw."
"He certainly has a good disposition.
The last time I saw him he was look-
ing for work. and he didn't seem the
least bit unhappy." I
"No; that's where he is happiest,
because. you see. when heI is looking
for work he hasn't :any to do."--IPhila-
delphina Iress.
"I fell out of the wludoiw of my flat
"And you are on tile for:rth fI(,r.
That was terrible."
"Y"s: I ,'; ;:,',"v h ', to f.ace the
Janitor. I'in sure lihat I have \ iolated'
').e' *'*;llla e in Iy lease. -- ashingtion
I erald hi.
The iFrenclihau- -lhut. imadamei, you,
tr(,. will join my little paIrty at the
opTera. yes?
Maitron-You mtust rea!ly exi'use me
for tonight monsieur. but my daugh-
ter may go.
The I'rent'hnman-Ah.. no. no: I shall
notl takie e refuse.

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A lad, tellin bher t es m
that sh was born on April .
Her husband, who was preint, oh
rrd, "I always the-ght ye we
bero en April ."
People might well thank so, -
pdod the lady. In te chole I
made of a busband."-Tit-Bits.
"Good night, you precious lambr
seid the mother, with the liberty oe
sometimes takes even with oe's son
at bedtime.
"Mother" said the small boy beseech-
Ingly. "it you must call me something.
wouldn't you Just a soon call me a
billy goat?'
"Marjory. Isn't it getting later?
asked Mrs. Munn as she peeped Into
the parlor at 11:30 and interrupted a
conversation between her daughter
and her young man.
"Yes. mamma." replied Miss Munn
sweetly; "It usually does at this time
of night."
In the eighteenth century begging
was a frightful nuisance in the Ger-
man states. In Bavaria whole regi-
ments bad to be sent out to arrest and
punish the numerous professional beg-
gear. and Cologne, with a population
at the time of only 40.000. had nearly
10.000 paupers.
"Me father," said Mrs. Murphy, "al-
ways gits up whenever a lady enters
the room."
* "The would man Is too suspicious,"
Mr. Murphy grunted. "I never seen
the woman ylt that'd be mane enough
to hit ye when ye was sitting' down."-
Home Magazine.
Lady (inspecting old house)-I under-
stand they say this house is haunted?
Caretaker-Haunts? I make naught o'
them haunts. Them what's gone to
t'right place don't want to come back
again, and them what's gone to t'other
place, they won't let 'em."-Loond
The first settlement n Oregon was
made at Fort Clatsop. near the mouth
of the Columbia river, on the 28d day
of March. 1811. The men comprising
the group were prospective fur traders
sent to the Pacific coast by John Jacob
Astor. They had sailed from New
York on board the ship Tonquin.
The earliest mention of corn in Kan-
sas is found In the account of Coro-
nado's expedition In 1541-2. Profeaor
Williston found charred corn In the
ruins of prhlatoric Indian pueblos
in Scott county, estimated by him to
be at least two and a half centuries
"Good morning, sir," said the artist
politely "That's a perfect cow of yours
down there In the field. I'd like to
paint her If you don't mind."
"By beck." exclaimed Farmer Korn-
top, "I reckon ye won't! Git outer
hyar. I'm tired o' you 'Perkins' pur-
ple pills fellers.' "-Philadelphia Pres.
Proper Length of the Foot.
A perfectly formed foot should, ac-
cording to anatomists. be as long as
that bone in the forearm which ex-
tends from the elbow to the Joint of
the wrist. This semes to be abnormally
long lu a tall person, but is the mess-
urement taken by artists. Of course
arms are sometimes dot of proportion,
being far too short for the general
height, but it Is rare that an arm is
too long for the stature of the person.
The Stoning of Hamilten.
Alexander Hamilton was stoned by
a New York audience in the summer of
1795. While at a public meeting he
was speaking in favor of the Jay trea-
ty, which had just been negotiated by
John Jay between the UL'i c.l S;:a:;e.
and England. Dr. Francil iu his "Old
New York" says that among those who
did the stoning was the famous Ed-
ward Livingston. together with many
other "leading citizens."







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Odd LanguagS.
A Frankfort produce dealer who
drives about In his wagon went to a
certain house the other day and was
selling eggs and vegetables.
"Can you spare me an extra pound
of butter this week?' asked the house-
"Nome. 1 can't." replied the dealer.
"I could have spore you a pound yes-
terday, but not today."
This reminded a man in the crowd
of what his little girl had said about
some candy which was given her by
an uncle and showed that the produce
dealer Is not the only coiner of words.
The child's mother said to her:
"Louise. go crack that stick of candy
and bring some of It in here."
"It's already croke." replied the
youngster and by this disproved the
theory that all children speak correct-
ly If they bear correct language.-
Louisville CourierJournal.
To Kiok Him.
The English Winston Churchill on
one occasion made a neat little Joke at
the expense of a self opinionated army
officer. The Incident occurred during
a dinner in South Africa. and Mr.
Churchill and the officer were seated
side by side. Throughout the meal the
latter was airing his views until at
last Churchill could stand it no longer.
"Do you know." he said quietly, "I
met a man today who would gladly
forfeit 50 for the pleasure of be-
ing able to kick you!" "To kick me.
sir:" exclaimed the astonished soldier.
"I must ask you to tell me his name
at once!" "Oh." replied Wluston. "*I'm
not quite sure that 1 ought to do that."
"But I insist on knowing," demanded
the other angrily. "Well. then. I sup-
pose I must tell you. It was a poor
young fellow in the hospital wl has
lost labth his legs by the burstrog of
a shell "
China, a Collection of Nations.
China is not a nation in the sense
in which we ordinarily use the word.
If we picture to ourselves the ..-
tries of Europe, with their different
languages and different customs, drawn
together into a loose confederation un-
der the government of a conquering
race. we shall have some small con-
ception of what this Chinese "nation"
really is. The peoples of these dif-
ferent European countries are all Catn-
casians. The different peoples of Chi-
na are all Mongolians. These Chinese
peoples speak eighteen or twenty dis-
tinct languages, each divided into al-
most Innumerable dialects and subdia-
lects. They are governed by Mancbu.
or Tartar, conquerors who spring from

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Dust In Your Eyes.
The expression "to throw dust in the
eyes" origiiat#tl in the early days of
Greece. for F:nmr:nnondns. wishing to
surprise the I.t-.'daemonians. had 1.G00
(cavalry ;ulvant'- in front. u-:using a
great dust. which the wind blew Into
the faces of the enemy. blinding them
to th;' d!'overy of a flank movement
he was e~xoeting I order to take the
coveted heights in their rear.-New
York Amerkn n.

Tom Corwin's Mouth.
Tom torwiu had au enormous mouth.
lie once said he had 'een insulted by
I,'acoa Snmith. The good brother ask-
ed for further explanation about the
"Well." said ('orwin. "when I stood
up In the lecture room to relate my ex-
pe :',n.,. nd I opened my mouth Des
con Smith rose up in front and said
'Will1 .on'e brother please close that
window and keep It closed?"

Disagreeable at Home
I)ts of men and women who are agreeable
with others. ret "cranky" at home. Its not

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te ferns In the corner, se sllpped
sad fell ups what ammed to her star-
tid Maw aR tceberg. Thena. of eras
the aNeet was an open oe.

Ieventer Claims Metien of His Bedy
WUI o ld New Aereplane.
A distnct type of yling macble.
about whih thp greatest secrecy has
Wbe mantalnea, will appear soo.
Law Nixon, who built the bgest
type of battleships for the United
States navy, claim that the aew ero-
ptlne will revolutoiae present con-
Mtltion of beavier than air vesels.
Tea day before Aadew D. Green,
the "father of oUraater w oTrk." was
aasinated he amid to Mr. Nxon. "We
will coutlbute $10.000 each to fiane
the plans of an invetor whom 1 feel
aur is able to avigate the air with a
marchae that is not raised by ga."
Mr. Nixoo amented. but Mr. Gree
ws slain before plan were completed.
The new mwhine will be raised by
two borasotal prpellr. By ddfting
hs body ia the dircton he wishes the
machine to move the Iventer claims to
be able to direct t. It bua been dem-
oastrated that ooe horsepower will lift
thirtytwo pounds and ift boaepower
will develop remarkable peed.
"All that. I ea to ay." says Mr.
Nlxoo, "Is that I colder that this
mew machine will startle the world and
result in the iituodi-tion of new methb-
ods in the eoatruetiom of heavier than
Sair nytg maehbnes."


Retired Newpaper Man Makes His
Job Praa Freeze lee Cream.
When William A. White of Stam-
ford. Conn.. labored as an editorial
writer for Connecticut newspapers his
work was noted for a flavor of orig-
tlallty. Now he has retired after forty
years as a newspaper man. and be
runs a little printer promises at
Stamford. but he has not forgotten
bow to be original.
That was evident the other day
wheu n party of friends found him
trying out a new way of operating au
Ice cream freezer. He had a regula-
' tion freezer Ingeniously connected with
the Job press. and while he turned off
handblls and bill heads on the elec-
trically driven' press the family Ice
eeasm was being frozen. In five min-
te bhe had enough for dinner.
When the neighbor heard of It they"
Socked to the shop to see the newfan
glCd freezer work. Mr. White wau
overwhelmed with applications to
frae Ice cream. He promised to
frheae all that was brought along dur-
lag work hours and threatened, like
the miller of old, to take a portion ol
each tot In paymentO

A Hybrid Sunfk wer.
In every respect except one--l
leaves, stalks and the name on the
package-It is a sunflower. But It has

no black or rod center. It is a maus
of fine yellow petas like a dandelion
Sand looks something like a big ebryan
theumW. W. P. Johnson of Kansas
C(ty planted Its seed In his back yard
to raise real Kansas sunflower. Bul
the result of the aeeds wa so quse
that he t ook t to ori to find wha
It wa. They Mid they didat know
tat he col eam l It anything he plea
ad. 8 h a e named it the '"ast idei

Hoest Itallan-.Aneriea Unite t
CoeheLt Bllkmnailero and Slayor.
Sieain, that the Black Hand evl

ietmof g as

Vb or pser. A 0am-

SwmC a 8d t titse ti that
few na aks the anti eBaek

I4A was hle at tde e Stof
e irt mMst at ornmmeas a t. it
WuS aot Puhil a mesd, n ware
the at these prseat made pub-
Ie atqrwer4. Thu was mothe int
-ths attend mas MAneovo me I
ss bee the SlMack md were their
U14tit kaa.
t it wa a nrepr attve wall
a dMtrmined bad that met. At leaat
tw e a the s m present had been
thaMm byh t Back Han, and
vary Me had ad personal deallsng
a mo we way with the eanimadoa
A coe able sum of money wau
*"edd Oe the spot. ad mere will be

After the temporary organISatio
wa effect t was decided that not
eo? would the new soclety try to pre-
vent the Black Hand outraMe, but It
would alio releve the suffertng and
help In a lbnessa way those who
meet with peora or businea dam-
age from the blackmailers to the ft-

While this feature was not announe-
ed. it was sad that a gnat system of
esplonage would be inaugurated. Ho-
eat Itallmai will be emi yed as de-
tetives. They will learn of prospec-
thve bomb throwing or attempts at
money levying and will be ready for
the murderers and blakelmanere when
they attempt to carry out their threats.
The new society purpose to work
entirely Independently of the police.
There Is a force of Italian detectives
at headquarters in New York, but It is
aid their efforts are practically use-
lea because their number is small
and every Black Hand member in town
knows them whenever he sees one of
It wa estimated recently that at
leat $1.000.000 worth of damage had
bee done by the Black Hand In New
York eity and that the deaths which
mlbgt properly be laid at Its door run
latn the hbuadeds.

A OGrad Family ediine
"It eva m I smre to speak a good word
for ta ni writm Mr. r ank Con-
laa, aofe. L on t, New York. "It's
aNd allly soaie far dyp a and
liver eompllat while for lame kand
wek kidney it mamnot be too highly recom-
nsado? Zoldrie Bitten regliato the di-
tive fhaetloas. purif the blood and impart
reed vigor and vitality to the weak and
delitated of both exes dold underguaran-
toe at Banner Drug Store. 60c.

John e' great's.
John OGroat',a the most northerly
point of Great Britain, was named
after John o' Groat of Groot, a Hol-
lander, who is said to have settled
there about 1480. The house which
John o' Groat built on Duncan's Head
bay was a peculiar one. It was of
octagon shape, having one room. with
eight windows and eight doors, to ad-
mit eight members of the family, to
prevent their quarrels for precedence
at table. By this contrivance each one
came In at his own door and sat down
at *.e octagonal table, at which, of
course, there was no heada" or "foot."

.-_ m her
,.. A, --&--AL
~be OWr on" 6sp aeaten was%-

W wiNl sau a u;aQ wo aw t aeams
01 darmam ome true at at
Of a a t~ts kemed by th asd berme

met e
or Jeir ameamt
r we ltabaod lS On the Waft we
Where plumenwke mit toea ella
And featmed It well as we ight the
TIat% lyhe bpead rl I
And new we rido m the m
tet awit ebt e s d and
Aa we ste r e r abdp were wave
And stoemy petrel eM.
The Itnilb waves that uah eur dek
wE = the11 20 there iAdL

We're aee a panglav Wd
ad we ead our ma ar the am er
Poer am a l* a s e ns,
dd we rifd abrast of the steom kaeg'
Adl Me to seek tim a.
-New Tork Trab=m

Diarrhoea Ored
"My fothr bM for yr been troubled with
dihos, &ad tried every mues possible to
eoft a eare, without avail," writes John H.
Zirki.,PUlipi. W. Va. "He sw Chamber-
lain's oie, -ralm d Diarrhoea Remedy
advertised i the Phalippi Bepubliln and de-
eidedtotryit The rest is one bottle cred
him and he has not suffered with the disea
for eightean mout Before takingthis rem-
edy he wa a ostant sffrer. Hel now
aend and well, and although sixty years old
ea do as much work as a young man." dold
by Titville pharmacy.

Getting It Crreet.
The preacher was offering his fellci-
tations to the newly married couple.
ays the Chicago Tribune.
"Young man." be said, "you have
gained one of the fairest maids in the
community. And you, young lady.
have won a stalwart partner, whose
good right arm will level every ob-
stacle that stands in the way of your
success In life."
"Left. Mr. Goodman, left," corrected
the bride, with a proud look at -the
sinewy athlete by her side. "George is
a south paw. you know."

The Time and the Price.
"Have you some good shoes for
boys?" asked the mother over the
"We have a line of very.serviceable
knotkabout shoes, madam," replied the
salesman who had responded to the
"What are the prices?"
"Four to eight, $1; nine to twelve,
$125; two to five. $1.50, madam."
"I can't possibly be out shopping at
such an outlandish hour as 4 In the
morning, but I'll do my best to get
there by 7:30. so please save me a pair
at $1."-Judge's Library.
Guess David Would.
Four-year-old Joe Is very food of Bi-
ble stories and evidently follows the
example of his best loved hero as to
meditation "in the night watches."
He wakened his mother one night
after midnight with the question.
"Mamma, where is David now?"
"In heaven, I guess, Joe."
"Will I go to heaven when I dier'
"I hope so, Joe."
"Mamma"-the little voice was very
eager now-"do you sa'pone when I get
there David will Just let me hold his
slingshot a little while?"-Delineator.

The Word "Divan."
A Peppoery Car. The word "divan" means "council
In his book on the "Court of Rus- of state" In Arabic and Turkish. Both
sla" E. A. B. Hodgetts gives a strange Milton and Pope use the word in the
picture of the czar Alexander III.: sense of council in general. From
"He had only little self control and meaning council the word came to
would fly into paroxysms of rage. Mean council chamber and from that
when it was not even safe for his wife, the arrangement of cushions round the
; chamber. A diran In this sense Is
to approach him. On one occasion he A
strictly a row of cushions ranged along
was -known to have nearly killed n 's
was known to e nearly killed a the walls of a room, either on the foor
German nerve sieciallst whom be had or on : raised step or.on a bench;
called into examine his wu s and with hence we slwak of a sofa or couch as
whose medical opiniuoo e wa. pro :1 divan :and of a thickly cushioned
foundly, dissatisfied. He gave hli a chair :5. a d!va:n chair. The same idea
box on the ear which literally sent him is found in "cigar divan."
flying out of the room."

Words Failed Him.
lie wa a cowIoy. and some cm):I-
parative stranger h:id stolen his horse.
His friends rallied around him and.
anxious to give him every chance,
trundled up a b:-rrel for him to stand
on while be gave out his views on the
matter. Hle was known as a gifted
swearer. and a large audience had as-
sembled in the hope of heariug some-
thing special. He got up ou the barrel
and looked around him. Then he drew
a deep breath and. with a sigh. climb-
ed down again. "Boys." be said sad-
ly, "it's no use. I can't do justice to
1i *9

Church Within a Church.
Covehithe. ive miles south of Lowes-
toft, is noted for its "church within a
church." a further proof that the
churches hereabout are out of all pro-
portion to the needs of the present day
Population. The remains of the old
church present a'noble pile of Ivy cov-
ered rulus. celebrated for their pictur-
esque beauty. Their magnitude indi-
cates what a grand building It must
have been and vouch for the former
Importance of this little wayside vil-
lage. The present church. which is
,quite large enough for the very few
. __ &nh |A t_._ -0 ^ #1% J- Iv 1 tVN,1.PftA^ In-

I. i uAlUaitaunts o r e parsu, is erected i u-
side the nave of the old church, of
Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved which it does not occupy one-half.
Mr. Edward E. Henry, with the United London Globe.
States ExpresCo., Chicago, writes: "Our
geenal superintendent, Mr. Quick. handed
me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera The Best Pills Ever Sold
and Diarrhoea Remedy some time ago to check
an attack of the old chronic liarrhoea. I "After doctoring 15 years for chronic indi-
have used it since that time and cured many gestion and spending over two hundred dol-
on our trains who have been sick. I am so lars. nothing has done me as much good as Dr.
old soldier who served with Rutherford B. King's New Life Pills. I consider them the
Hayes and William McKinley four years in best pills ever sold." writes B. F. Ayscue. of
t.S AMa Ohio reriment and have no ailment, Inleside. N. C. Sold under guarantee at



Ohe Kia Teoa Yo v AIway Bwt, a nd wid h m beeM
it mue fo over 80 jeams, hMs be the bigmatre d
Sad belu e ,bw -un a f bine am-Y
MORMa uek V since lb in mam
Allow no emtedee lve you la thl.
Al oanCarfeits, Imitatim and Justm' ooda** mre
xpermaeats tt tfrle with amd edamer the bemlth e
4n0lmt and Ch"lm -Br i'.e agaMI E"p-i-m

storia to i a harmless substitute for Cstor 0, r P .e.
gorle, Drops and Samotmhin Syrups, It ts Pleasamm. I
aostains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narltles
sambtane. Itsf ae is Its guarantee. It destroy Worm
sad allys Fevershnes. It cures Diarres and WImd
Colli. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Oounmtipat
and Flatulency. It rsimiates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ad natural gleep
The Chadrea's Panacea-The Mother's Friand


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The Trade supplied at the same wholesale prices
f. o. b. Jacksonville as charged by Spaulding on ship-
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Lv Melbourne......... Lv 1144am
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SM Zdrw Mi Magnie Carter
Mr. ILt bury wrm Cocoa via.

Bre Hawk avem a to good
sw B ay The singing was
m eignddday night.
S. Mr.W.O eriofArteia with
S we ub md two dt en, have been
qeo oa few days with relatives in
Sthi aupte.
Mr. Pmby, who has been ll for
am time, is worse the past week.
.H Ml sr, Mrs. Corwin, of Cincih-
*ati, b with him now.
The Georgia folks are getting in
tbdr hay these days and the song of
te mower is heard in the land. They
a s thei the grape rop-
m y vines being almost strippd-
and they find ready sale at good
pries. The guava crop is also mov-
in asme selling to the factory and
moae shipped to other points.
Mr. Orrin Chandler has just pur-
da d the White hometead and is
S moving in this week. If the place
must pass into the hands of strangers
we ae glad to have it go to some one
who will live there the year round.
Mr. Chandler and family have been
here nearly a year, and we are glad
to have them settle among us.
Mr. West had moved to Eau Gallie.
Mr. J. R. Carter and family were
shopping in Cocoa Saturday.
Mr. L. Mathers has had a very sore
arm, which is some better now.
Mr. Henry Casper took a pleasant
party to the beach Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Bert Mathers, who has been
away several months, has returned,
much to the delight of her husband,
who was tired of baching.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hill, of
Miaed, who have, been visiting rel-
ativs on the West coast, stopped
bere a few days on their return
"Hal dyspepla or iodliestion for yesrs.
No mmeUt. Wad what I did eat distressed mu
terriy. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me."
-J. H. Walker, Sonbury, Ohio.
W. H . Gleason spent last week
in Miami.
H. Bradford, of Cocoa, was in town
Monday on business.
G. F, Paddison spent last week in
Dade City on business.
John Powers, of Cocoa, spent a
"ew days in town this week.
The Guild will meet next Tuesday
at the hone of Mrs. H. U. Hodgson.
Ms. BLnett r.trned home Fri-
A._ aftar a amnmmr's outinnin New

:e pagrf t, a pMai oeiti
hri, rwu a tow 'fam dat-

LI. L oe, Jashamvflle-. carried
dsr lght to work in the age A&
Co. saw mill.
Mr. and Mrs. L S. Hill, of Oak
Hill, are spending a few days with
relatieand friend.
Dr. Sarah C. Hodgaon returned
Saturday from North Carolina very
much improved in health.
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and a ly,
of Ituwvile, spent Sunday with Mr.
G. F. Paddion and family.
Gladys Winstead and brothers,
Ebrl and Raymond, left Thursday for
their home in Jacksonville.
Mrs. G. C. Beek and son, Cecil, ar-
rived Monday, after a two months'
visit with her parents in Alabama.
E. B. Arnold, of Malabar, chair-
man of the school board, wasa pleas-
ant caller in town Wednesday, look-
iag after the budding of the addition
to the school house.

On Monday afternoon the Ladies'
Aid Committee met at the home of
Mrs. C. Ainsworth to transact some
binss connected with the society.
Mrs. Alnsworth, who always proves
a charming hosts, made the after-
noon very pleasant. Refreshments
were served, and all expresed their
pleasure to the hostess. Those pres-
ent were Mrs. W. H. H. Gleason,
Mrs. C. G. Redstone, Mrs. G. F. Pad-
dison, Mrs. C. C. Houston.

Mr. G. B. Cooper, of Oak Hill, is
visiting Mr. G. Nolle.
Captain L E. Wilson was in town
Monday morning on business.
Mosquitoes are not quite so nu-
merous as they were some time ago.
Mr. J. C. Deal has returned from
his vacation trip to Jacksonville (?)
and Montesuma, Ga.
Mrs. Sumner, of Omro, Wis., ar-
rived here Tuesday on a visit with
her sister, Mrs. C. S. Ballou.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith were in
town Saturday evening, Mr. Smith
on business, Mrs. Smith calling on
Quite a number of little girls at-
tended the birthday party of little
I Miss Stella Kyzer, Monday evening,
in honor of her fifth birthday.

Mrs. Mims, who left some time
ago for Taylor Creek, Ga., writes
that she is enjoying herself with rel-
atives but wishes for some of our
cool breezes, as it is much warmer
up there.
Mrs. S. Roberts, who spent some
time with her daughter, in Water-
bury, Conn., returned Saturday and
reported a pleasant visit. Her many
friends are glad to see her home
Jerry Griffis is on the sick list this
Hot weather and plenty of mos-
Frank Montgomery has returned
to Oak Hill.
W. R. Harmon, of Aurantia, was
in Shiloh Sunday.
Mary Mosbey is visiting Miss Cora
Bennett this week.
Jerry Griffis and F. G. Bennett
spent Sunday at Lyratta.
J. W. Griffis has made several bar-
rels of grape wine this season.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Cooper were
driving through Shiloh Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, of Auran-
tia, spent Sunday with J. N. Mosbey
and family.
The marl road is lengthening out
rapidly this week. Let the good
work go on.
We were sorry to hear that it was
all a mistake about Mr. F. P. Ziy's
haine ma .-vx rA I i-.-- ,....411

A poemba eagyea tls wtr
pa8 t 4set4 esa bemt m laur who
wu exiled t a eemt e ek. A eem.
ot- vIe the ms 2m r Ue mi d
tet be see at t ecaL
I have bees si-o- r the msat
tse1W pld tahe nVm ma.t.Nm,
"but my wife fen a be may mt Ue
tme ebreb"
"Bat your wife dosat pem h" pe-
testod the coamlttbesmn
"Tr u emoh," rep the lergy
ma tboaOhttully. "but she fequintly
lectu a w."--Clre..
Weekp Weatie m rpen.
JUPrraT, FLA., Aug. 1. 1908.
Oomparmde statement of tmperatmres
ad ralifa for to week ending Tun-ay.
19s 1i00
Aug.o. 88. 73 S1 76
U. as 72 80 81
14. 67 76 s 80
15. as 73 88 77
1i. 71 88 78
17. 8d 75 87 79
18. 8s 75 77
Tola rainfall for the week 2 17 inebes.
Departure rainfall for the week plus .70
Departure rainfall ,iace Jan. ist, mina
8 liaches.
H. P. HAIDrm,
Ofclal ln Charge.
What isa et for Indigtion?
Mr. A. Robiaoa. of Dromuqin. Oataria.
has been trembled for yea with indiestioe,
and reommemds Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablet as 'te best medieiln I ever
eed." Iftroubled with indi Lon or coa-
stipatlo ist a trial. They ascertain
to roe bTo eIal. They are easy to take
dpleam in effect. Price ceta. Sam-
ples free at Titaville Pharmacy.
Don't let the baby sffer from esema, sores
or any itching of the skin. Doan's Ointment
lives instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly
safe for children. All druggistssell it


Lake City, Fla.
Columbia college offers splendid opportuni-
ties for young men and young women who
wish to it themselves for usefulness and suc-
em in life. While we aim at menatl culture
the practical is not overlooked and moral
traninnis emphasised.
The orplruiuain of the college into the sev-
eral sbools coven the entire education of the
student: '
paratory to the college claseM
11. Tum SCHOOL or LI R AL Are--Cover-
in the languages, the sciences, mathemt-
ica, etc.
painting, etc.
IV. Tu SCHOOL or P DAGOGY-Teachigt,
training etc.
V. THe SCHOOL or TIH BIsL -8-tdy of
God's word and religious culture, etc.
VI TH SCHOOL or BUsINm--Book-keep
ings tenograpuy, ete.
Cooking, dressmakin, needle work, etc.
Gardening, dairying, poultry farm. etc.
Competent instructors will meet the class
in the above named schools. Facilities and
apparatus have hetn provided to illustrate
and demonstrate the work in the several de-
The College Co-Operative Home offer ad-
vantages at reduced charges. We aim at the
best possible education at the lowest wott con.
sistent with comfort. ueatunes and social dig-
Fall term begins September 30th, 190.
For iuformatiou untl catalogues apply to
G. A. NUNNALLY, President

East Coast Meat Market


Florida and



of all Kinds.



Fire Insurance


I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention

Robbins & Graham Co.
Paid-Up Capital 25.000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay

Indian R

Authrid Capital, $ se$e"s
IAlr-; . eAvwage wb

Exchange bought and sold on all foreign cotuitre. PoW
apprecisted, po.-npt service, polite treatment, mad evW7
favor consistent with conservative bankin gated
COBBBSPONDEKTS-Empire Trust Company, 4 Broadway, New York Cty; Th At-
lattic Natioaal Beak of Jacksoville, Jacksville, Florida,


Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
We hadle prmdue of all kinds. We are agerta for Mapes' Pertillaei. We deal edetaiv
1i the abov lnes of good and solicit the trade of all ooMe mes Write for peb r e-
Grain asd all GOmaries. delivered at your state. E L. BE ADY A BO..TRW ILL.IA.

at Competitive Price
PO s urrIlCE AubIa- sis .JiSVILLB
D. H. SPELL Dr.J. C. SPELL, Refisterd Pharmaeb

Titusville, Florida
Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and pompatly filled Will order anything *we
I haven't in tock


Feed and Sale Stables

of ad kinds
Hauling, Etc.

J. I. OSBAII, Titnsillle, Florida

---Dealers in

Lumber and Building Material

In fact everything to build a house. Write for
special prices in carload lots direct from mill

Indian River Ice Factory
Pure ice manufactured from distilled
water. Prompt deliveries to all points
A. S. Piatt, Proprietor

...Strawberry Plants...
My plants are grown with the view of producing
plants of the highest quality that will yield large crops of
fine berries-just the kind you should plant and the only
1 kind you can afford to plant. Strawberries are the most
profitable crop grown. Send for free catalogue of plants to
W. W. THOMAS, The Strawberry Plat ilA, Atna, llio0ls
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Prices for


Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
Rough Framing x
Framing, dressed four sides $m
A- Ilia-n. rna 2lin, ranA iAn, 1d5


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