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 28, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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: VID00664
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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ITrUfVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908


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The Toe Cords LATEST IBIS Specil S1 at Kliln's I
,Lelu a SoSee1 a a 60l top Of aJ^ n umr
fo..."m,, . .m R MoNDAY, AUGUST 31, 1908.
Sfe.i rb hd or bofn& h
SI oG ve ha Crostt comfort-let PwSnl Prahno Uet lh tat Idies' shirt waists, new and up- S
S. ih fed O a of the boe that's to-date desld just received, worth
buit wit anih to the very work TRM i 1 TN $1.75 for S1 9.
A.^ te thse most do. They will find r. Nilb, Dm Titvi. Ladies' skirts for half value to
mr M q I JaI w dfol r if f shoe.. make room for our new line.
. OftmaLfe'sWak fo *we o narvssettitos White lawn worth 15 cents for 12%k,
SMr. Jesse L Battle arrived Wed- White lawn worth5 ents for
"I. GUKmpe TOa n; tZ O MaLe~ Life's Whlk nes from Georgiaon a visit to his another quality worth 20 cents for 15
i e 11i e t I Easy mother, Mrs. F. S. Battle. and a good quality of sheer lawn
N 4For sale by Mr. R. J. Dunnam and thechil- worth 30 cents for 2 cents.r
4 g, B ari d l i WINSTON S BRANNING dren arrived hoe Tuesday after- Ladies' ndervests, special for 12r i
a Aew bUiw e theThd&D Pfae ,Cothi, Shoes, Hats and toon from a visit of several weeks in aces with edges to match from 8 to
Mdwlm vie hor h, wh Mena Furnishings Norg Florida and Georgia. 1 cents per yard. r
al a 3 ,* T ,t ill.. Flo'd,. _Mrs. R. A, s~ W P special prices in al embroideries
-IK 3. fu-J _______-.___, Frid,,,_Mn J. R Anthony, of West P m and embroidery insertions.
I.M li Be h, w a ner on the south Point de soie 36 inches wide, worth
S M a t- p m mo a resent at Allnburt bountrai Tmday, returnmigfrom 85 cents a yard, special 69 cts per yd.
.S. mJs D na aW. r o a few days' vist in the northern part Dotted point de soie, same width
d KM DbOam arS Whil cruising on the Indian River of the state. and price. D
ir ~. Sunday morning the editor of Tna Dr. F. H. Houghton expects to A good quality of unbleached do-
M* ~L t J M S AR and family made a visit tol- leave Dyton tomorrow for a sx mestic worth 10 cents, special Mon-
I WE vr _"_ sm _Tlenh rls dwet te kla'lov Cnal, and wes' dty in Westervlle, Ohio., day 14 yards for tm. h
S w.Iae mm mtt. Haul C l and expects to visit his mother in A good quality of Lonsdale cam- H
astet eoa a viit to nt as hour or so very pleaantly Masahusetts. brick, special Monday 10 yards $1..
m Lh L is gh r tehsin and visiting friends liv- Mr. J. J, Parish, of Bowl Green Large bth towels bleahed,22x46,
Mr J.J A", rf tlata, who m tth was in town this week and h pur- worth 40 cts, special Monday 2 cts.
w nma d with the Soother E" Commodore Allen, the genial man- chased the crop of oranges on Mr. Ao we still have a ew of those
w o. in Florida som tme or sw of the Indian River Co., enter- E. L Brady's grove for A. F. Young $1.00 and 1.50 corsets left at a spe-
wWms.s we .min tow Yr. taied us part of the time and showed & Co., of New York city. cial price of 25 cents.
tdy ea : tui P. p o t.iNew patterns in ginghams, arriv-
S.s the plas of their p sed new Mi Annie Norwood, the faithful ing daily, blue, brown andchambrayt
Sd fe d their hlating e, or hotel, of about 50 and popular compositor of THg 1 rAa in all shades, 12 cents per yard. c
aa for St. L, that the above company wil ofie, been enjoying v tion Mail order promptly filled on any
e wher SM the so'shealth bolnd the comng yer. of two weeks of rest, recreation and of the a ove goods.
w he l lym th e~ The site will be atthe north side of diversion, much to her delight and Juu s KLINE Titusville.
om d r wtd e b oa the east entrance i the canal from greatly to her benefit.
i a M im oqito louoOn, and the building
Mr. t . i b face both on the cal Mrs. F. A. Loley, daughter and Returns Canvassed.
p y, y- O ai,- two young sons return Tuesday
a o b t id up a ndt The plans show a spious rotunda night from a pleasant visit with The board of county commision-
am ww a a- very large, well l ghted dining room e at Lake City. Mrs. S. E. ers met Monday and canvassed the i
N lis st o p i te ground floor, and large guest Rice and two children returned with returns of the recent county site
eom n site, with baths, etc., on them from a visit of severalweeks election The result gave a majority
Dr. Ar mer has advised usthat each oor. to the pe. o in removal of countyte
we will a pra visit to The building will be nised in Bass trout and whiting arenowemoval county site
tm Ri.W t. 4th, oce day oly. Spanishstyle with coquina finish on being hooked in large quantities from Titusville over the combined
tbom wMiri g to eoet him about the outside and tiled roof, two Wull from the docks along te river. In a vote of Cocoa and Eau Gallie.
th I qSS or ar rwes trouble n01 stories wi mnodious attic, the few hours, one day this week, Mrs The tabulated vote as published
aMi at Hotel Alne. latter a number of lodging Trez Wlon and a party hookedS0 ia t wee rTuISn- w correct
Mr.J.T.Knox h been dd rooms lighted well with dormer win- whiting and only quit fishing be- except as to Malabar and Georgiana
by Mr. DavisfromWet Palm Beach, dow cause they had all they wanted. precincts, which reduced the ma- t
a curator in the mmercial off The company. is now directing at- udge Jones refused to grant bail ority from 41 to 38. alabar's vote
S for the Wester Union Tel tendon t ao s etu g haflowofartesian to Thomas H. Behe on motion of was 7 for Coce, 1 for Eau Gallie and
Cio, thesoa I -t a curint a btow of fresh water, a ter his attorney, G. A. Worley, a few 11 for Titusville, instead of 6, 1 and
several ert of ort in boring a distancedays ago, holding that as the next 12 respectively; and theGeorgiana
G. L Mandaville started up his of something over 250 feet. term of court for Dade county was returns showed 24 for Cocoa instead
movig picture show last night for Mr. J. L. Mobley, of thisplace near at hand there was little cause of 23.b
the ttime and it drew alage has charge of the well driving, and for his release. It is said that Bethea the count for repd odf suchpn
crowd. Tisiss quite a venture for a i determined to secure a flow of is not worriedovera month's further the iount ail for repair o story c
town this r and if it can be made fr.eh water if possible. The first of confinement. common, called the armory, over o
profitabe wll erd lots of amuse- this week a flow of sulphur water Miss Jean Waldron, of White themainart of the ail.
net, The outt1 i first les and was secured on the coquina ridge Springs, and Miss L. P. Grace, of L. R. Decker wa instructed to
everything is pt4date. land back from the lagoon shore, but Citronelle, Fla., have been securedto draw specifications in accordance
In keeping with the many other it is a little too salty for use. take the places of Miss MabelWhit- with the plan as above agreed on.
improvements going on inTtusville The Indian River Co. now maintains acre and Miss Nellie Geiger in the After examining the plans submit-
Mr. W. S. Norwoodhas been imbued a general store at this place, hand- Titusville high school; and Prof. E. ted by L. R. Decker in which he pro-
withthe spirit ofenterprisedisplayed ling afineline of groceriesand pro- Macy has been assigned to the posed to repair the county jail for
byhis0oposite neighbor and had his visions, and a splendid bulkhead has principalship of Cocoa high school, the sum of $2900, the board finds
odous home on Brevard ave- een constructed along the canal to insteadof Prof. R. L. Moon. These that the plans called for a one-story
nue adorned by a new oat of white facilitate the landing of goods and schools open September 7th. building and that there will be no
aint. The home, always an attrac- paengers, and a potoffice bids fair Messrs. Ford and Van de Veer re- place in which ,to confine females
We one, presents a prettier view to tobe located here at an early date, turned from Alabama the first of this who may have to be put in prison.
passers by, and some intimate that it This company owns most of the week and have secured the Robbins It was decided to reject said plans
s too nice for Mr. Norwood toenjoy land around for miles and will afford and Fulton cottages for- their fami- and specifications and have the front
by himself and daughters very long. the most desirable hunting preserves lie. They start at once upon the part of the jail two stories, with a
Thee of h u n f Hamin this whole section of country. work of putting the ice factory in cell upstairs for female prisoners,
".the d skby onv of HamW Commodore Alen also showed us working order and expect to be mak- the same as the old jail, and the main
were gned before Mayor il his souvenirs of valuable Sanish ing ice in about a week or ten days. or back part of the jail shall be one
n, Monday morning, for ndulgin trophes captured in Cuba during They will build a cement reservoir story instead of two stories like the
in a ree Sunday afternoon, at the Jlate Spanish-American war. with a catch basin and overflow for old jail.
te cool itma of Edimodson, which, among other things, consisted holding a water supply, so the re- The board then adjourned until
in colored town. The ause of the of thesash, helmet and epaulets of moal of the old dam will be no hin- the tirst Monday in September. 1 ).,
disturbance was over a debt of 20 Captain-General Blanco, and about ane,, them
cents, and the mayor fined each $8.00 $6,000 worth of Spanish money in rance em Auction Sale
and costs, which amounted to over bills, containing, in all, a very inter- Church Notes
$15.00 being paid into the town treas- eating exhibit. These he keeps in a Church Notes Saturday night, Aug. 22nd, 19.s.
ury for this little fun. One of the Spanish safe taken from one of the Dean Robottom will officiate in St. J. R. WALKER & CO.
participants had his lip badly cut enemy's warships. Gabriel's church, Titusville, on Sun- I
with a glass bottle. day morning, August 30, at 11 a. m., Motor Boat Race
Auction Sale Thursday Holiday Extended and in St. Mark's church, Cocoa. on Major F. M. Taylor and S. E. Rice
J. R. Wakr Co Saturday We the undersigned merchants of Sunday evening at 7:30. raced their motor boats once over the
night, Aug. 2nd, I9o. Titusville, Fla., agree to close our places The Indian River Union of Baptist three-mile triangular course. Wc\l-
night, Aug. 22nd, 1908. of business Thursday afternoons of each churches will meet at Titusville on Fri- nesday morning, to have a little sport


week, to remain closed until the follow- day. Aug. 28th, at 7-30 p. m. The fol- and to afford some entertainlmei!t to
Fine Monday Offerin of Mensngng morning. This to take effect at once lowing is proposed program: the friends of the two contestants.
Clothing and remain in force until Oct. 1st, 1908. Friday-7:30 p. n. Sermon by Rev. who were ready to back their favor-
We will put on sale about 500 pairs We further agree to pay a fine of $25 J. W. MacNamara. f mal amount t
men's trousers in all the new and up- should we sell anygoodduring said hours Saturday-9:3a.m. Discussion: Chris- efor sma amun.
te patterns, prices ranging from Signed-Jas. Pritchard & Son. W. E. tian living, our duty to God and the 'an even stalt, and the betting was
to-dte patterns, prices rangingfromGoldsmith, Julius Kline per Denham, church;lla. m. Sermon:3:30p. m. Chris- about even, but Taylor reached the
M$ to 5.4& Chas. A. Gardner, G. F. Duren, W. S. tian living, duty to country and family; south stake first and crossed the tin-
Men's clothing-blue serge suits Branning, J. R. Walker & Co., E. L 7:30 p. m. Sermon. fishing line 1 minutes ahead of Rice
worth $18.00, special Monday only, Brady & Brother. I Sunday-10a. m. Sunday school; 11 a. time, 27:30. It is said that Rice's
$12.0. m. Sermon; 3:30p. m. Christian educa- boat has made the course in 24 min-
JULIUS KUNE, Winter Homes. cation; 7:30 p. m. Sermon- utes and had trouble with the vapor-
Titusville Fla. Y ou are invited to attend these ser- izer, which caused him to stp twice
vile F Lots for sale at Horti, Banana vices, which are intended to be protita- ler the cause m to p c
Orange and Grapefruit Trees River. A fine location, adjoining ble to all. WN. STONES, Pastor. on the course.
Gro t S Fa., on Thousand Islands Club property.
Grown Shimok. Fa .m won high J. B. JONES, Georgiana, Fla. Splendid Results Auction Sale
hickory hammock.^ Free from white **Bring your moneywith you" Sat-
One year to two year old budsThe Fernald Hardware Company Are being obtained from our treat- Bring your money with Sat-
fly.e One year to tw oea~. C l ment of the liquor and drug habits. urday night, Aug. 2nd, l. ).
ly p ed and delivered at Oak Hill The Fernald Hardware Co., of San- Scores of patients have been corm- J. R. WALKER & CO.
station. J. W. G Fs ford, offer lowest prices on cement pletely cured during the past few
S OL:I.L .A. onated hox nails nickinr ladders. or- months If von know sonm one who Bargain in Trees


OCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONAL

enthl g i Ibut the PfplO of 1iu.
rTile u Thn CoM aitd 6
Remember The Alpine for lodging
nd quick lunch when you come to
'tueville.
Mr. F. W. Bailey, of Orlando, rp-
esenting the Gul Refining Co., was
n town Thursday.
Mr. E. H. Tomlinson, a prominent
eal estate man from Jacksonville,
vas in town Wednesday.
We make a specialty of cold drink
md cream and spare no trouble or
expense to have the best. Banner
)rug Store.
Burnham Norwood is having bi
notor boat lengthened and oe-
auled and will install a new 5 h. p.
Hartford motor.
Mr. Geo. Hall, of Sebastian, cam
Ip last Saturday on account of the
illness of his wife, who isquite ill at
he home of Tax Collector E. W. Hall
with an attack of fever.
The Daytona Gazette-News ays
hat Judge Henry T. Titus ha been
confined a week at the Daytona hoe-
ital, where an operation was per-
formed on him Sunday.
Mr. C. H. Cook, route agentof the
Southern Express Co. was registered
at the Palmhurst Wedneday,
W. Budd, Jr., of St. Augustine,
traveling auditor for the F. E. C.
Railway.
Mrs. Walter Giles and charming
little daughter, Bessie, are on a visit
of several weeks to friends at Fort
Meade. During their absence Mr.
Giles is taking his meals at Mrs.
Deisner's.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and
Master Douglasleft Sunday for Boa
ton, accompanied by Mr. C. H. Wal-
ton. Mr. Robbins will spend about
three weeks in that section, making
Boston his headquarters.
Express Agent Joyner informs THm
STAR that the fish dealers in Titus-
ville shipped out about one hundred
and seventy-five barrels of fish yes-
terday by express. As the ordinary
car is loaded this amount of fish
would almost fill two express cars.
This will give the reader some idea
of the magnitude of the fish business
that is being done in Titusville.
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.
Charles T. Massey, George B. Mas-
sey and Elizabeth P. Hasty are ad-
vertising in the Daytona Gazette-
News their intention to apply for
letters patent for a corporation to be
known as the Ponce Park Land and
Development Co., with a capital
stock of $20,000, of which Chas. T.
Massey subscribes for 70 shares;
Geo. A. Massey for 50 shares, and
Elizabeth P. Hasty 80 shares.
('lever Pert Johnson has betn in-
capacitated for w.: 'k at his trade, on
account of a late.'ated finger, for
several weeks, biut he has lost no
time in fishing ab lut the city dock.
He admires the beauty of the rising
sun from that poi.t every morning,
and in the meantir.e has hooked fine
spxcimllens of mon,st f the choicest va-
rieties of tish that inhabit the Indian


Kiver. You ca;i' keep a working
man diwn.
Screen cioth. varni or roll.
Insect powder. Fi:ESH.
Columbia and Edli.-,n batteries.
Glute-Wernicke b uok *..ses.
FURNITURE. DRKY t IuDS. SHOES
Refrigerators, water coolers.
Ice cream frevzers. $1.85 up.
CH.AS. A. GARDNER, Phone 342
Orange Box Nails and Wraps
For prices on best quality orange
and grapefruit wraps and best prices
on nails write East Coast Lumber &
Supply Co., Eau Gallie, delivered to
all points on the East Coast railway.


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"What we want to do is to mini-
al the waste of water and max-
nie the benefits which most accrue
I* the dtltens and country by proper
easervation of water Upply. It we
as control the water that the rivers
hall low In uniform stage we will
alve the problem of Inland navigation
and make the United States richer by
a thousand per cent than It Is to-
day.' In order to do this we must
equallse the run of the streams at the
heads of the river, and this may be
de by dam and reservoir and sci-
eatte cultivation of the soil along the
enarm s of both streams and rivers.
Th levees of the lower MlssWssippi
have done a magniicent work, but the
pmrvetlon of floods Is better far than
all the loves In the world.
"What we want to do is to get back
to nature In dealing with water. fl-st.
to prevent floods, and. second, to com-
pal the water to run clear and pure.
It is a fact that each year the rivers
of the mainland of the Inlted States
pour Into the sea a thousn id million
tons of richest soil matter in the form
of suspended sediment, an impost
greater than all our lanl t:lxes com-
bined and a comlr.:*iurate injury to
commerce In the lower rivers, which
are rendered capricious and difficult
of control by the unstable load.
"The difference In the power value
alone between controlled and uncon-
trelled streams would In ten years pay
the entire cost of stream control in the
United States. And this. coupled with
the billion dollars' loss every year
through soil ero:lon. due to floods.
would construct a comprehensive sys-
tem of water control in the Inlted4
States.
"It seems to me, in view of tbhes
statements. that congress should in-i
thorise the control over the waters In
order that tbis wealth might contrib-
ute a thousandfold to man's haippi-
nm and prosperity. Botb the federal
government and the states have
ahrunk from assumliun control over In-
land waters Itelnuse they have been
fearful of invadling each other's rights.
What .we shIould aim to do Is to so co-
. ordlnate the work on the principle of
the Ireatest good to the greatest num-
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Reire Chief 9Pei 0e 6l" MeM
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WU i l iDevery, the ame "Big
E1r who wa ea chief of pollee of
ow Yak eM. is about to return to
his ibeln r Netl but not om the
clta payreUl. Me teai np a po-
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Te action, bhe a the other day.
has bee Inspired by teentlefs requests
from business men and others to ea-
tabllsh a system of protection wbleh
shall as be put t, supply the dealen.
elta of the department prelded over
by General Blngham. His private po
leemen. so to speak, will number near-
ly a thousand before a year has passed.
and they will be men who know the
crooks on sight.
"I haven't any criticism to make of
Commissioner Blnalhain said "Big
Bill." "but the present police depart-
ment Is wholly Inadequate. incompe-
-tent and inefficient. My men will look
after nothing hut crime They will
not be engaged In chasing saloon keep-
ers or shooting dogs. and I'm not going
to import any polled dogs for my force
either."

PLEASANTER COUNTRY LIFE.

Playground Association to Discuss
Problem at Special Conference.
In line with President Roosevelt's
appointment of a committee to aid In
making farm life more pleasant Is the
special conference on country play-
grounds to be held by the Playground
Association of America In connection
with its second play congress In New
York city on Sept. 8 to 12. Dr. Luther
Halsey Gulick. president of the asso-
ciation, has invited every country su-
iserintendent of schools in the United
States to attend this conference.
Professor I,. H. Bailey, who has been
asked by President Roosevelt to serve
'n his commission on country life. will
take part in the discussion. The con-
ference grew out of the investigation
:(Id Oexlrimncnts of Dr. Myron T. Scud-
der when princlpatl of the New Paltz
Normal school.
Dr. Snudder believes that young men
leave the country and the farms in
such large numbers because there is a
!- kk of le intimate natural social amuse-
nronts. The remedy he suggests is the
(stablishment of country playgrrounds
and athlete fields and the formation
of country school athletic leagues.

Wood Production In Germany.
Among all the nations of the world
Germany receives the credit of being
the most thoroughly scientific. She
does with her limited natural re-
sources what younger nations will soou
be compelled to do in self protection-
she conserves them. When our wood
supplies, stored up from 100 to 500
years. are within sight of their end
and sawmills that have been moved
from the white pine lelt of the north
to the yellow pine belt of the south
have been moved to the Pacific coast.
tor their last stand, then Gernany's
scientfle forestry policy will receive
better recognition. We do not think


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my of absent ems-a r eof water
ad mut be sll every twl weiks
Doaug t heat a tthe day water
ilYM1 ips tim t the large tak lt
a usmanlern r eggnig t s man
ak i dalUe and by is wght It
dee the val ves a t of Lt
and *pea the valves below, tus al-
lowton the water to. flow fem t and
reflh the Aewer dartg the coel
he aof Iiht. By morning thes a
tank tI elpty, ad the weights ft It
ft" peositiem again, the lower valves
etes. the upper ems open and the
tank l as a m prevrks day.
When Miss JaeI f emp ite the

perfets we ha l. as se h as
planned It wil be a thaneof beauty.


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Bo It mit be with thm mawmllland
t crop of trees. It It takes fty
years to raise a tree of a given speio.
tn on-fiftleth of the forget may be
eat ebh yoar, proved It remeed or
Is replanted and the awmlll stays at
the same place. and the workmen live
In their permanent suo home near
by: the "lmber shanty" will be a
thing of the past rlalg trees a bust-
se like raising wheat

ViWhls Card FPd
Them ewt titi en d fad Is to
have a t lPlea sowin the re- -
dence and the adjuest te prit-
ed o the bak.

lb Cahn
Ruskin once ekd, "Wherever om
are noble they love bright colors "
The words of such a mater cary
weight, but there seems a splce of the
reckless In this assertion. Every one
knows that savages are famous for
their love of crude and vivid coloring.
A negres adores scarlet, and glaring
tiuts are the joy of the south sea Is-
landers.-Strand Magazine.
An Insulting Programme.
A lady's maid who bud been to a
servants ball came back before tbh
eveulug was half over and in tears.
Her distress uqcuired the cause.
"I was grossly Insulted. nma'am, by
a youug man."
"We-ll, what did be do?"
"Well. an'aru. he asked me to go
down to supper with him, and when
we had l ili.-hed he said. 'is your pro-
gral:ille full' "" J.:o141011 C 'ron1icle.
The Card Table.
Jo).'l In miiieni. a noted English
divine alid ni.in of letters, wrote about
176T' to this efrietl iu )une of his very
illuluaiiatlg essays on il loui;S. Whist
a;td IFe-l:a 'e He.i1)t." Hle s;aiys. "The
vigi:s of ;he c-trd table have spoIil!d
.;I;:1 y i a face !'.;i'. anlI live k ,own
ia lea;n:i-y Ito sick )o .h-* inidiigiht rullb
Ier till Ole tiu eii f sadtl-.."
Corrected.
Editor iireturingj:, fl'roi a wee k'.s ab-
seice. to sub.;tltute--That was a dis-
rei)utlble issue yo'u .wot out last week
You're a pretty editor. You don't
know the first principles of editing.
Substitute-Why. what was the wat
Ler?
Editor-You said that Jim Bicker-
dyke had "got a job" and that he is a
"good fellow." You should have said
lie "securI-d a lucrative position." with
the comment that he is a "genial. af-
fable gentlemani" I'm sorry, but you'll
have to go. You'll never make an
editor.-Pa thfnnder.

Bucklen's Arnica Salve Wins
Tom Moore, of Rural Route I, ('ochran. (;s..
writes: "I had a bal lre olane on the in tep
of my foot anslid could land nothing that woiul1
heal it until I applied Bucklen's Arnica.Salve.
Lea than half of a 2'5 cent h,,x won the ilay
for me hy affecting a perfect cure." Sold nj.
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'Tm dewMa out." ad Mr. latt
4aM y. "I- mst move today if I
maat pay my rat, ad I ean't I have
O place tI Me to because every-
body waMt cast a dvanu. I have
pawed everything I have P've ao
way to t a deas collar even to take
the plate of thissoed em. I hvea
dat e take Mis OoGam to the bw
Mtaght, ad I aa't borrow a at from
maybody. I'd go and Jump off uikde
pier but for em thing."
"Aai that Isr
hat i that I have a deep and
abidig curioity to know bow a ma
to this desperate codltoe can get out
of t. m going to stock around ad
Nm what happems."-Cleveland iAder.
New the Turks Keep Time.
Jr i s ea custom at least in to
Ottomn dominions in E1rpe that
eais fregn visitors a great deal 0*
tiuble and confusion. This the
Turkish system of reckoning time. A
urk holds that the day begins exactly
at sunset, ad accordingly at that time
he sets hbl docks and watcbes at the
bur of twelve.
In view of the fact that the sun has
the sme babits in presding over
Turkey that It exercises with refer-
eMe to other localities, It follows that
tho system of reckoning tma requires
getting the clocks every day. It ap-
pears that a watch that could run for
weeks without gaining or losing a
minute would be of no special value to
a Turtk-New York Tribune.
Sunday Soheel Gnme
Stories of strange and amusing an-
swers given to examination questions
are frequently told, but we do not so
often see recorded the equally surpris-
ing answers given by children in Sun-
day schools, and yet they are frequent-
ly original enough.
A teacher, wishing to turn the young
Idea toward the mission eld, asked.
"What are good men called who leave
ther homes and go to foreign lands to
teach the beathent"
Prodigal sons." was the prompt and
/ triumphant reply.
A ass of boys when asked. "What
were the tn plagues?' answered with
mot fervor than gallantry, "The ten
virgls, sr."-Westminster Gazette.
He Proved It.
Bob burst into the house in a state of
high excitement His bands and cloth-
ing were smeared with a liberal amount
of sticky substance, and lls face wore
a glow of triumphant satisfaction.
"1 say. mother, those new people
uacoRs the road dou't know mucbh'" he
exclaimed. "They've got a notice on
bteir front door that says 'Wet Paint.'"
"And you've been gettlug into It!
You ought to be ashamed of yourself"r'
said his mother severely. 'That notice
was put up to warn people to keep
away from It."
"Yes. I know." persisted Bob. with
the enthusaels of a rightly rewarded
Investigator. "But It wasn't paint, and
I proved t It's Ionly varnish"
A Creuee Aeheati Cestem.
When children are born in Ashanti
they are at emae rubbed al over with a
mixture of oil and red ocher, this being
repeated every two days. Their mouths
are washed with a iery concoction In
which red pepper is the ma in gredl-


Ole the I- dr Wani a
In me IarIs of Warwkhre e
tappdlagof a bbld arond th boose is
loked um by the uperstto as a
warit. A doctor wa recently sum-
smend In bht haste to a farmhouse
not many mim ifrom Birmingham. He
oud an old ma* In bed hbut In per-
feet health, and akeld why he had
beem sent for.
"Wlky, ir." replied the daughtr-ln-
law, "there coom a lttle robin about
the door. We knowed it was a 'call,'
and we thought It must be granfer, so
we put au in bed and sent for you."-
Leadoa Telegraph.


Clthe and the Artist
A now eminent Engish artist's firt
ebance n life came when a certain
able lord Invited him down to his
country mansion to paint a view of the
boue. When be arrived the door was
opened to him by the butler. "I 'am
Mr. bo4ad-so," said the artist who
was empbetlclly bohemian In is ap-
pareL "I have ceme down to paint the
houe." The butler surveyed the vi-
Itors shabby clothes for an anatant
"That's strane" bhe, ir-mke" UHis
lordship ain't sad anythik to me
about 'aving the 'oee done hup!
King's Couesel.
King's counsel differ from all other
Maglish lawyers. Kng's counsel are
appointed by patent from the crown.
oea pplbt) t from the lord chancel-
lor, and can act as judges of anise
when named In the commission. They
have many ways precedence over
other lawyers and rank among them-
selves according to seniority. The
robes of king's coune are of slk
Instead of stuff like those of ordinary
barsts. It is the established rule
of the profession that no king's counsel
aall conduct any case without the
employment of a uior counsel.
The Other Version.
Miss Jane Barlow sent a poem as a
first contribution to the Cornhill Mag-
axine when James Payn was its editor.
Think of the lady receiving a brief
line. scrawled in James' fearful chlrog-
raphy. which she Interpreted as' fol-
lows: "I have no use for silly verses."
Of course Mlis Barlow Indulged in
o;.>'o.s trers There never was such
n l inune.Ied snub. Then she com-
urnce d to tuldy the scrawl. Now
a:lmue a glt:ii of light. for she dimly
ilt;1;e out wii;t it really was: "1 hope
to .!:.e your Pti'Tr verses."
At Large.
"-What is a voitgretstman at large?"
was the next question raised at the
groec.* lyceum.
"One that ali''t In jail." suggested a
wit on a cracker barrel.
"A congressman at large." asserted
Zeb Whiffletree. "Is a congressman
who has been elected, but who hasn't
took his seat."
"Wrong." declared Peleg Haw. "He
has served his term. They're always
entitled to the floor."
The question was still open when
the grocer adjourned the session.-St.
Louis Republic.
Study It Out.
Here Is a highly interesting paradox.
which may amuse or bewildler. ns the
case may be. It is supposed to have
been invented by Socrates: A. says
that all Athenians are liars. A. is an
.thenian and therefore a liar. There-
fore his statement that all Athenians
are liars is not true. and conseqlueutly
all Athenians tell the truth A. L. au
Athenian, and hence tells the truth.
wherefore his statement that all Athe-
nians are liars is true. Therefore he is
a liar and his statement false, and so
on.
Rlassured.
Once Sir Henry Irving while p!nying
Macbeth in London was somewhat dis-
concerted by one of the "gallery gods."
lie had reached the point where Mac-
beth orders Ranquo's ghost to leave
the banquet board. "Hence, horrible
shadow, unreal mockery, hence." ex-
claimed Irving In his most tragic tones
and with a convulsive shudder sank to
the ground, drawing his robe about his
face. Just as Banquo withdrew an
agitated cockney voice from high up
nla the gallery piped out as if to reas-
sure Irving. "It's all right now, 'En-
cry; 'e's goner"
Pole Holes In Quicksand.


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Mrs. Snooper-Men make me awfully
tired.
Mrs. Swayback -What's the master
now :
Mrs. SnooKper-My husband saw Mrs.
Keedick yesterday, and I asked him
what she had on, and he replied. "Oh.
clothes."-Exchange.
When the forest haunting hermit
Thoreau lay on his deathbed a friend
called to aiiake inuiry regarding his
soul. "Heury," he said auxiously,
"have you made peace with God':"
"John." replied the dying naturalist in
a whisper. "I didn't know that God
and u)b ell had quarreled"'
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a firad when the latter dipped anto a
beg asd cried or hlp.
"I'm afraid I eanot help you unless
I aim die." said Bimark, "and that
weuld bea advantage to either of .
But rather tha me you afftr a Hinaer
Ing death I will aoot yoa through
the head. Now, keep still, for the love
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With tthis h raled his gu to his
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Isnng man was so worried that bh
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and was f&.
"The you ar, my boy." sad Bis-
marck. "ao ase, you could pt oat
aoIe.. To bave attempted you rsacoe
would hamve ant telte for me."
Crak Veels.
Even the best designer ever know
how their ships will turn out when
completed. They may break all records
for speed, or they may be so slow as
to be entirely uselese-a mee waste of
money. Years ago two mud barge
were built at ban Ft IaJo. exactly
alike, constructed from one deesin.
One of them Was quite commonplace.
but the other raced every barge In the
bay and beat them all raced every
yacht on the Padcifie coat and beat
them. She was so fast that yachts
were built on her lnes. but turned out
mere barges for sloth, Nobody could
see how this craft differed from her
crawling sister or from the yachts
In 1851 the America went to Cowes.
England. and raced for a prize cap.
She won that trophy, and then aEng-
lishman bought her and improved her
hull. stiffening It with knee through-
out After that she lost every race.
A DiHent Cook.
Two prosperous business men met
on a Broadway locaL
"Howdy do. old man? Haven't seen
you In an age! How's Mrs. Dayton?
"Fine and dandy, Brown! And how
are you and the madam?"
"Mrs. Brown and your humble serv-
ant are both well; but, by Jove. our
health would Improve if we saw the
Joseph P. Daytona ringing our front
door bell."
"Yes, yes: I admit we've been re-
miss. Mrs. D. and I both speak of you
so often and reproach ourselves for
our neglect It's been fully a year
since we dined with you."
"You're shy a few months, but we'll
let that pass. Suppose you come over
to dinner one night next week."
"Really, I can't Just say. I think I
heard Mrs. Dayton say something
about next week being all taken up.
and"-
"Well. old man, here Is my station.
Better come. We've got a new cook.
She's a dandy. Good night."
"Why. yes. Brown, we'll make the
date over the phone?" shouted Dayton
after the hurrying figure.-New York
Times.
"It's an all right poem. ain't it?" de
handed the would be contributor.
"Then why can't you use it:"
"Well," replied the editor. "to be per-
fectly frank with you. it's a complete
,tenal from Byron."
'"What o' that? He can't kick. Ue' .
dead."-Philade!lplia Press.
Appendix abscesses were opened
many centuries ago. Hancock iu hI4
luclsed an appeundix abscess before
luctua:tion could le felt. Kruleint iu
1S4 removed a Ierfortld :'pl'udtlix.,
but the patient died. Mortou in la17
had the tirbt succst'eful case .*f a(ppetl-
dicectomy.
After a leug nod tearful interview
with his better half the uurfeiiu; bu.,
ldanl wrote and enut to the ,:aily pa-
pers the f'oluowing adlvert ietla'uil:
"Lost-A uangy lapdog. witli oue eye
and ino tail. Too fut to walk. Answers
to the uame of F'ido. If returned stuff-
ed. large reward."


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:. W oa e Plaling Out
'Om e I net umaluy make a virtue
4. tb g but It ems, by Rich-
t White's experience. that It
Sv--lue pot to saodl ecom-
Shae always been ea-
a prwogatve ot John Bll.
S d M1 agte le eap.. buth to-
eta"t- h em 0, a m itea Witht
& p rWa Pews tha It has Its 9s8.
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S1 Y ni lga and nadW my break-
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that the i. e, s bm eo bh.
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.1 ~ r o1tar In m an d all I wishe
r, but you never grumble
,BN anything you have. and so we
n't know how to pease you."
ThIMght Ie Knew Him.
A het tme ago a surgeon had three
leg aputations In a week. The ua-
Mal number caused talk in the sur.
gesUa household, and his title daugh.
twr DPth was greatly arrested. A
bSw iays after the last operation the
uragee's wife and little Dorothy were
rummaging the attic. In a trunk was
i n a daguerretype depleting a girl
about eight years 4 ag. Toh por-
trait through a peularity of pose,
.owed oly one leg of the subject,
the eags doubled under hnr.
"CW .PlIcaure Is that, mammal"

"U o. It was taken when I was a
chD not much older than you are

you know papa then?"
"No, dear. Why do you askr"
"1 thought maybe you did. 'cause
you've only got one leg."-Delineator.
lain English.
Stubbins' wife came Into the room
where he was sitting. She was twist-
ing herself around lu the effort to
look at the back of her new blouse.
By the tense line and bulging aspect
about her lips he knew that her mouth
was full of pns.
"Umph goof suff wuff sh-
ffsprog" she said.
The brilliant sally caused him to look
up,
"Tos," be said: "It looks very well."
"Owf-wuff-so--gs-ph mf ugh-
igbt!" was her next remark.
"Perhaps It would look better If you
did that." he said; "but. still. It fits
very nicely as It Is."
She gasped and emptied the pins into
ber hand. Then abe said with asperity:
"I're asked you twice to raise the
blinds so that 1 can get more light."
abe mid. "Can't you understand plain

Two Posers.
Lewi Carroll. the author of "Alice
In Wonderland." was fond of punling
his friends with curious problems. One
of them was the question. When does
the day begin? It a man could travel
a d the world so fast that the sun
always be directly above his
ea4d. and If be were to start traveling


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Our Real Army.
No nation ever can or ever did main-
tain at all times a standing army asf-
ciently great to defend Itself against
all other powers. The strength and
the dependence of esery government
are In her citizen soldiers and are In
eaet proportion to their bravery and
e-aotvaem- TIN stato militia or a-
thUal gad la eur own country, the
aillary reserve n England, the land-
webr and the landsturm ln Germany.
stand behind and form the great mili-
tary reserve of the regular armies of
these nations.-Army and Navy Life.
Two Pints eof View.
The country school mistress sent
word to the school that, owing to an
attack of Illness, she would be com-
pelled to dismiss the classes for the
day.
Toward evening she was pleased to
receive a large bouquet of wild fow-
re from the clan and was giving
vent to graceful speech for this
thoughtful manifestation of sympathy
while she undid the wrapper, when
this note fell from it:
"Techer, stay ill tomorrow, too, and
we'll send you another bunch."
Vivisection.
Experiments on living animals were
made by Galen (A. D. 175) and by the
Greek Alexandrian school and were
regarded as a valuable source of
knowledge until the breakup of the
Roman empire. In modern times vivi-
section may be said to have begun
with the experiments of Dr. William
Harvey (1658) and Dr. John Hunter
(1750). Vivisection has been more or
less generally practiced since the be-
ginning of the nineteenth century.
though very often under protest of the
various societies for the prevention of
cruelty to animals.
Salmon In the Hudson.
That salmon were plentiful In the
Hudson 300 years ago Is attested by
an entry in the log book of Juct. the
mate of Hudson in the Half Moon.
which sailed up the North river on
Sept. 15. ItO. The record says:
'The morning was misty until the
sun arose: then it cleared. So we
weighed anchor with the wind at south
and ran up the river twenty leagues,
passing by high mountains. We had
a very good depth, as six. seven.
twelve and thirteen fathoms and great
store of salmon in the river."
Very Polite.
Two miners were returning from a
lecture at the village Institute when
one of them after a thoughtful pause
remarked:
"Say. Bill, I don't see the necessity
o' bringing chaps frae London to teach
us aboot manners In the 'ome. We
ain't so bad as that feller made out."
"0' course we ain't," replied Bill.
"Not by a long way." went ou the
first. "I never swears before my
wife."
"No more don't I." put in Bill. "I
alls see ladies fust. That's me."--
Londoni Fun.
An Admission.
Waters had Just come In from his


Isiwrr thi appialy
eeth be hat a gloem over

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1Wt~ g *i At 0a im oe the
sep a moo t b sin wk meida
O eftah 11 a m keb1 whic is.
*Wdil te the r sO. -
tha to o w bgi-s to climb the
rope. What w et the ralt? It s
,ry arima thb dJamt views take
by 0a4d -i-a-1- 0 a-y
the weigt goes ap with inressiag ve-
loetty. other sy that it goes up at
the sam rate as the monkey. wheU
another says tt goe down.
Loaled Theft.
We ar told that the yong 8partans
were taught to steal by the authort-
ties for the purpose, presumably, of
making them good foragers In war-
time. In Egypt professional thievte
gare In their names to the chief of the
robbers and agreed that he should be
Informed of everything they might
steaL The owner of lost goods ap-
plied to the chief for their recovery,
and on payment of one-quarter of their
value they were restored in full The
chief robber was salaried by the gov-
ernment.
He Supports the Prepositin.
Mrs. BUckens-The president of our
club Is goinl to lecture next Tuesday
evening on "Conversation s a Lost
Art."
Mr. BlUkea (yawnlng-That so?
Mrs Blltken-Well, why don't you
go on and make some sarcastic conm-
moet about the impossibilty of con-
veration benl a lost art while women
remain on earth? Of course that is
what you think.
Mr. BUckeo--No; I agree with your
preddent Conversation ti a lost art.
When only one side can be heard It is
merely talk.-Ckcago News.


Mre Fiekle Than the Weather.
There Is one quite naked piece of
nonsense which must be destroyed If
modern society to go on at all. That
is the pretense of teaching things "scl-
etiScally" which are not In their own
nature sclentlc.
A man may learn to be a good
prophet about the stars; he may learn
after long assiduity and self culture, to |
be a false prophet about the weather I
but no man would dare to predict his
wife's temper, even falsely. It is not
a scientiie subject. It is Impossible to
Imagine whether the wife would be
more annoyed if he prophesled wrong
or if he propheeled right.
Lot a man keep a weather chart, then,
but not a wife chart.-G. K. Chester-
ton In Illustrated London News.
Faith In Oratory.
"I suppose, Uncle Jim, you remem-
ber a good deal about the polities of
the early days?
"Well. I never tuk much int'rest In
pollytles, but I recollect when John C.
Fremont was electedd president!"
"Fremont? Why. Premont was nev.
er elected."
"He wun't? Well, now. that gits
me. I heerd a leading' speaker talk the
night 'fore election an' he said if John
C. Premont wun't electedd the country
would fall to ruin an' everybody would
have to shut up shop. Course I didn't
take the papers; but, noticing' thet
things went on 'bout same as before. I
calculated John won. 80o be wun't
elected ? Well. b'Jtnks, tbet gits me!"-
Judge.
The Strongest Not the Tallest.
It may surprise many to learn that
the strongest men In college as a class
are below the average student in stat-
ure. This is perfectly consistent with
established facts. Strength is more
a matter of shortness and thickness of
arms and legs than of great length of
limbs. which is likely to be the phys-
ical characteristic of speed. as shown
by runners and oarsmen, rather than
strength and endurance. The superior
musculature of the strong man is in-
dia ted by his superior weight. In
this respect it Is observed that be
weighs from seven to ten pounds more
than the average student, while he
surpasses this man In strength by
some 300 points.-Dr. D. A. S:irgent in
Harvard Graduates' Magazine
An Actor's Tribute to Dickens.
While the world at large has gained
by Charles Iickens' devotion to liter-
ature. the stage lost one who. if he
had ,'bosen to adopt it as his calling.
would probably have been the greatest
actor of his time. None who had the
good fortune to see the plays in which
he acted can forget his mastery of
stage technique. None who can re-
nem'!er his readings can forget his
vivid and lifelike powers of character-
Ization. Comedy and tragedy. humor
and pathos, each came readily within
his means. By his mastery of the
actor's art terror, tears and laughter
were compelled at his command as
by his pen he compelled them in his
writlnm. _InhK. nI.ap


. "That L n atm h w knew ms a w-
fl lot ab -- the tarz vested MIr
Waters
"The mas who talkS a-h m abor t
It." eornted Wates. "well, we bed
a long argument beot I thi evnin.
and I came out away a-ad."
"You did" rteainmed Mrs. Waterm
arpremd
"Yes: I got him to admit that he
knows ao more about It than I do."-
Exchange.
With Ged oReesm.
The playful maid had captured her
iance's purse and was about to open
It.
"No. no!" he cried warningly. "Don't
look Inside!"
SWhy not she asked. "Surely
there cannot be anything I should not
see.'
"There might be."
"Then. that Is Jtst why I am going
to open It" she explained.
"You ought to be afraid to do that."
She tosed her head.
"I am afraid of nothing!" she ez-
claimed defiantly.
"If that's so." he sighed. "when you
look Inside that purse you will be
scared to death"


An Astonished King.
King Louls of Bavaria was much
re.aoyed on one occasion when the sol-
dier on guard at the palace gates neg-
lected to present arma. The truth
was, the soldier did not know his maj-
esty by sight. "Why don't you pre-
sent arms?" the latter asked angrily.
"Don't you know to whom you are in-
debtod for your daily bread?" The
sautry glared angrily at the king, and.
Imagining him to be the army baker,
replied: "8o you are the miserable son
of a baker who furnishes the soldiers
with bread, are you? Well, I should
like to. have you by yourself in some
quiet place. I'd pread your ungainly
anatomy over three kingdoms! rd
make dough of you"


A.L
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both die h t 10 f
wicMb they weep teW-
very mear happe I the
Wr Harriteso ad ,IWar
elected. WheM Tyler was mat
preidant after the death a ara
he had an etraemely narrw "em
from death by the eSplo-l oft tahe
gu Panmake the samer
Prictod o reb. t k 144 whMhl kldh
two members of Tyler's cabket-h e-
tary of mate Abel P. Upshur ad
Secretary of the Navy Thoma W. OGi-
mer-and Devid Gardiner. the father
of Tyer's second wife.
English Royal Marriages
The English royal marriage act is
one of the time honored abosrdities
which survive in spite of common
sense and enlightened public opinion.
By it the matrimonial choie of the
English princes is practically retrit-
ed to the swarms of "the German
hive," and the proverbially handsome
English women are forbidden. The
legal prohibition was enacted in 1772
at the persistent command of George
IIl be "being thereunto ncited,"
rst. by the marriage in 1776 of his
brother, the Duke of Gloster. to the
Countess Waldegrave (Marta Wal-
pole), and, second, by the taking to
wile by a young brother, the Due
of Cumberland, in 1771, of the widow
of Colonel Christopher Hortoo.
The frst provision of the act forbids
to the descendants of George II. mat-
rimony without thi coaent of the
crown under the great seal, aoceeary
exception being made to cover the
marriages of pritcesses abroad. Th
second provision has been the special
mark of raillry. It enable married
.by one above the age of twenty-ov
against the will of the crown under
certain conditions. Weatmlter Ga-
sette.


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WIN $aepfd uponI tthe. macnel
te dnOl kidney trouble. a the amo
tp ld be toards the treatment of
thees impersat or 1C This ap-nt
troubtls due to condition of the
kidneys asad bladder and not to. a habit as
moat people *upp .
Women as wel a m- are made min.
emabl wth kidney ad bladdw trouble.
mad both aeed the ame grt rwmdy.
Te miLd Sad the immediate eeal Of
.Reft Is soon remalitd. It s sod
by drek ut" is / l .
cent a oft dol
sizs. You ma have a
sample bottl me a
free also pamphlet tell- am e
tag &H about It. IcIdig many dof the
thouafade of tertimonl ht erected
fr oms a-0 w eamd, lawI Dr. nm K
& Co.. Bdbmatea. N. Y.. be sa ad
memos thi paper.
Do't make say mistake. but remember
the a dwamp-reet, Dr. Ki mer% Saa-
t d the atddr, Bigbampto. NY.
oa every bottle.
The Leeal Pereaet.
Mr. Flaherty surveyed the clear sky
with a rrown. "It'll sure be raining to
day," he announced gloomily.
What makes you say that asked
his friend.
"Because." said ir. Flaherty, "I've
taken notice that whin I don't expect It
to rain at all that's the time It does,
an' nobody could be expecting it today
wid a sky like that."-Toutb's Compaa-
ko.
Diappered.
"Now," said the great magilcla, rol-
tog up his sleeves to show that be bad
no concealed mechanism to decetre the
eye, "I shall attempt my never fatlinl
experiment."
Taking from his pocket a golden aov-
ereign. he said:
"I shall cause this coin to disappear
utterly."
e saying, he lent the sovereign to a
trled.-Loodon Graphic.


HEALTH
SURANCE
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Buds In Reserve.
When a large branch of a tree Is cut
off, small branches will frequently
shoot out round the stump. These
branches are from reserve buds, of
which all trees have a great number
at every portion of their surface. Un-
der ordinary circumstances these never
come to maturity, but when the tree Is
wounded or cut off or loses some of its
branches the reserve buds at once
come into play and renew the foliage.
Fair Warning.
A cat belonging to Mrs. Jones had
caued great annoyance to the smal
boys of the neighborhood by killing
some of their pets, so they decided to
set a trap for It Dwight, a little boy
of even. with a very tender heart, was
much afraid some innocent cat would
suffer, so printed the following notice
and pinned it on the trap:
"This is for Jones' cat only."-De-
lineator.
Another lcientifeo Discovery.
The doctor eyed the patient gravely,
and then solemnly addressed the tear-
ful mother who was in attendance.
"I regret, madam, that your son is
suffering from a severe concussion of
the brain."
A g!eam of satisfaction flitted hroes
the lady's face.
"Ab. my bonnie boy!" she exclaimed.
with pride. "Won't his father be glad
to hear thatr:"-London Scraps.
Welcome Punishment.
A little boy went to church with his
mother. The service was somewhat
long and utterly incomprehensible to
the child consequently he fidgeted.
His mother reproved him several times.
At last she leaned toward him. "Bob-
by," she whispered. "If you act badly
I'll never bring you to church again."
A gleam of hope dawned In Bobby's
weary eyes. "Mamma," he said eager-
ly, "how bad will I have to be?"
First Burglar-Hello, Jim! Why, you
look as if you had been In a railway
accident since I saw you l:st. 'ha.t'.I
wrong?
Second Burglar-I got into a house
where the woman was waltin' up for
her husband, and she mistook me for
him.
"I want to get a pair of scales." re-
marked tle nistomer. "Have you the
n mbuns:de to ke'?"
"What's the nmluseade?" Inquired
the clerk.
"Well." returned the customer. "I
am given to understand that they're
the kind which lie in weight."
Some one asked Archbishop Whately
It he believed personally in early ris-
ing. That wlity dirvlrn replied that he
had on one o'c-aslon risen early, but
that he felt so proud all the morning
and so sleepy all the afternoon that be
had reiv-ed in the evening never to
do it again.
Clara (on the wrong side of thirty)-
I am sure I don't know what he sees
In h,,r.
4'holly--Well, love is blind.
('l:,rn -Blind Nonw'usee I never
saw a man in love yet who did not see
ten, tinlcs as mu'h lu his sweetheart
as I could.
Disagreeable at Home
l.otd of men and women who are agreeable


UIAHHHUtA
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ing long with this disease, for to
eect a quick cure it is only neces-
ay to take a few doses of

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bgo Winehi pooct. Thne that Gay
* iskhetI mehrgos Asemby hati, wmar
ear ht csl. He ight tagthe mas,
Ih thesht Thae he rdealein h had
s te for thetm. But a mment later
e toek the ippag of vree from heto
pocket, placed It on the organ before
him. ad the as tou gh solely by
aid eof laptton a tune eame to him,
rlat ed t rieph at meotedy a he
sBu th feW ta w ame weedo:
Then were ninety and rie that safely
lar
Ia the shelter of t h e fold.
cameM th wa ent d the he wa s ,
Awar es the semtarse wMe ald bars,
Away from the terder shephemmd's ear,

The vast audience waa thrilled as
the seaekr went on with the verse
that he Imprevisd from hle own bndf
ah the ong pr ceded, and tohe teal
verse rang pat la these we tod:
Thee roes a i ted yr to tic gate of
"Reo In have found my shap'
Amd the angels echoed around the throne.
tejoIcr. for the Lord brings back his
own!""
Moody crossed over the platform to
the siager when the song ceased and
asked: "Where dh you get that wnag.
ankepy? I never heard you sing any-
tag like that before."
"It ao the poem I read to you yester-


day," replied Sankey.
Moody slowly turned to the'audi-
ence and said simply. "Let us pray."
The meeting of Sankey and Moody
was the first of many dramatic epi-
sodes In their association. Sankey
had never thought of turning evangel-
1st and It wa quite by accident that
he was thrown with Moody.
He had been a singer from hbl boy-
bood. and his voice had attracted at-
tention In the little hamlet of Edta-
burg. Pa., where be was born Aug. 28,
1840. and where he lived until be was
fifteen years old at which age his ft-
ther. David Sankey, and his mother,
Mary Sankey. moved to Newcate.
sankey had ong for his comrades aI
his one year of service n tihe cvil
war, and he had led the chor it the
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s omr inPaad .that he was mar-
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e r mut ean," sald Moody. "I
MaOt pt alog without you. Go
be-e aId Oes lt your wife and let

'Ie eIt wam that erly the follow-
g yaer Saokey oawed with his fam-
IMy t C(l s ad at c h argue of the
-Mtt-t n frwla baiL
Th mwoat telling iNddent In his ea-
re as eveBaglst was thu told by
Mr. aakey hiMself:
"'0 day a In don Mr. Moody and
MItfl appearoed before an audience
aep set e oti ely men ad awom
who were avowedly suffer at rell-
vim. -aving ma esded ai getting
th f tegth v barring out church-
r, the problem aroem howweshould
powvet them fr mong away more
osmomd than ever In the Ceou of
mf ad thought which they had

"'We muat tbeost them with the
dsa s' aid Moedy. "We must have

a hyma which will appeal to every
hart of them alB What I want you
to sng Is "My Mther's Prayer."'
"I Mbg tho mong-t is scarcely a
hyIm-a-md the a t of shuaaln feot
sad whispenrd os- ent, but bedtr
oa veree of t had bee sau a silene
Sl over that audisce so perfet that
I mo al am t hear the beating of my
eowm hrt Thea that feeling came to
e that always comes to a singer at
mee tlm or Iprhaps many times Ia hi
ar -te eeing that the people be-
fore m wee a mi and that tho som
*was resahin them for good.
"Whil I listed to the mwseo
Stealing M la Intle strain
I am carried back to ebOedro-
I am now a boy again.
'Tie the bowr of my retire
At the dusky eventide
Near my trunol bed Fm kneang
As of yorm, h a mtmWs sid.
There are seven veres of It tsan
them with oa enthusiasm suck aU
had never before felt The audience
seemed to rise to me, and when the
last note had died away Moody Immne-
diately followed with one of the most
touching address he ever preached
In his life. He carried the audience
like a whirlwind, and when he ceased
500 of those rude. Irreverent unbe-
lievers rose up from their seats beside
their boon companions and their ac-
complices In Iniquity and asked for
our prayers and the prayers of all
God's people.
"Many of them came regularly to
our meetlngo after that, and many of
them joined churches. We cannot tell
how many were truly converted."
Mr. Sankey had a keen sense of hu-
mor and was not above telling a story
at his own expense. One day in Gene-
va, Swltserland, he entered a musie
box shop and asked to see some music
boxes. The salesman graelously show-
ed him a number, but none were what
he wanted. "Have you none that play
sacred musicT" he asked.
"Why," answered the salesman, "we
have some that play a kind of halfway
sacred music."
"What?" answered Mr. Sankey.
"Oh, these Moody and Sankey
hymns. I can't Imagine what the peo-
ple see in them, but we sell thousands
of the boxes that play them. Here's
one."
He pointed to a handsomely finished
muslec box, which, on being wound up,


began to play "The Gates Ajar For
Me" and then branched off into other
familiar gospel hymns.
"We have enormous orders for these
boxes." continued the salesman, "from
every part of Europe." and then added
apologetically, "It's a matter of busi-
ness, you know, with us."
Mr. Sankey smiled and said nothing.
but a moment later a lady came hurry-
ing up to him and. holding out her
hand. exclaimed. "Why. Mr. Sankey. iq
this you?"
It was Miss Maria Havergal, a sis-,
ter of Frances R. Havergal. the Eng-
lish hymn writer. The polite Swiss
salesman looked anything hut at peace
with himself.
Mr. Sankey never circled over the
audience with pretentious sweeps of
his eyes. as many sluggers dlo who pose
for effect. Usually he singled out
some man In a distant part of the
building, often in thoextreme gallery.
and sang at him. for him. knowing
that If he could reach and touch that
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but one comtsed by FTann Croeby.
the blind hymn writer of Brooklyn.
0oir day the dver chord will break.
And I no more. as ow, will s
But. ok, t*he J when I awake
Within the palsm ot the Ki I
Mr. sakey never man a hymn In
the same way twice nor even the se-
end vene of a tno as be sag the
Arst. He always accompanied himelt
en a little orgn, which e carried
with him wherever he went

The Woerw Wheat upply.
Theb pos Iblita of Increaing the
word's supply at wheat well a that
of the Unted 8tate ar manifold and
laposible of estlmatla, maya a writer
"The rtme Wheat applyy o athe
United Stat-s" Ih the Septemb Ceo-
tury. Vast reia of tad In t ooth
Am-ra, north Afrisc and Asia ar
awaiting theo dman for "stl mor
wheat" which all bring to ther tlb
steel plow ad the self biader $
ease them to yield a stood prodst ae.
elent to eed a new populatlo e m
told mallon. And wore moders t4
ecitura ltnaleemt ad m lsulsl
knowledge n the h ba od the aumBi
and uempman peasm saseeb m OW
tion the extent of whh ems bard be
gmesd eould be mae1 to the wail's
wheat supply.


HUNTS FOR THE PUBLIC.
Harriman Organe Orange County
Drag Horns on New Sas.
B. H. Harriman, whose estate is lo
cated at Arden, Oanae county, y.,
and who has always taken great loter-
set In the Orane oounty hunt. which
has bee rather exclusive In the past,
has made arrMangments to change the
character of the hunt In thb future.
While the Orange county bunt has
acquired a large tract in Virginia and
will hold most of its mets there, at the
suggestion of Mr. Harriman. John R.
Townsend of New York has obtained
a pack of hounds from Bagland and
under the name of the Orange county
drag bounds will hold meets In Orange
county throughout this eason.
It Is Mr. Harriman's desire that the
public have every opportunity to en-
Joy these hunts not only au witness,
but to participate In them, and every
one will be welcome to follow the
bounds. The public Is also Invited to
visit and Inspect the kennels at Goshen.

WOMAN'S SWIFT VOYAGE.

Englishwoman Went to New York and
Besk In a Hurry.
Min C. A. Grace, an employee of a
London business firm, claims the rec-
ord for a trip from I4ndon to New
York and return.
She was pledged to be In New York
on Aug. 6 and back in London to free
a colleague for a vacatoo on Aug. I1.
hbe left Southampton on the Adriatle
on July 29 and reached New York at
11 a. m. Aug. 6. She left the customs
at 11:05, arrived at West Eleventh
street at 11:10. completed her Inter-
v'iew at 1120 and was back at the
White Star line dock at 11325.
She boarded the Baltic for her re-
turn trip with thirty-two and a balf
minutes to spare. The customs ofml-
cers helped and cheered her. Sbe
reached Londlon on Aug. 14 at 10 p. m.
and her office at 9 o'clock the next
morning.

Automatic Auto Shield Cleaner.
Prince Henry of Prussia. brother of
the kaiser. bas applied for a patent for
an automatic cleaner of the glass
screens protecting the occupants of au-
tomobiles. says a Berlin cable dispatch.
The Invention Is In the form of a
leather lined rule moving up and down
the screen when the car Is speeding lu
the rain.


Gr-nulsted Sore Eyes Cured
"For twenty years I suffered from a had
cae of grauulated ire eyes. say Martin Boyd
of Henrietta Ky. "In February, 1903. a gen-
tleman asked me to try Chamberlain's Slve.
I bought one box and used about two-thirds
of it and my eyes have not given me any
trouble since." This alve is for sala hw Ti.


7 h i -. Oef the
a He i a boetfr amie
hs hbelth l mere mIentesay
watehNd, ad he lpe ge-m ren ast-
for iOer. Wh b he can keep ve
so ora ha relative and rieado e.-
prem their lasmtatios by an adver-
tiaseent nl the local papers half a
elumn loeg.-London Nation.
Cuming of the Ostride
Probably nhe people out of ten be.
Jleve that when the ostrich is trying to
escape detection It hides Its head In
the and. It doesn't. But It s clever
enough to know that crouching low in
the earth wll not save it so longas ts
lengthy neck and head are upright, so
It doe flatten Its neck along the
ground. This is the fogudatio of the
head burying tory.
o PhwTh COe.
A colored person, calling upon one
of is flock, found the object of his
visit out in the back yard working
among his hencoops. He noticed with
surprise that there were no chickens.
"Why, Brudder Johnson," he asked.
"where areyour chlckensr?
"Huh," grunted Johnson without
looking up, "some tool nggah left do
d' open, and dey all went home."-
KaUna City Independent

Ginger is the .dried underground
atem of a plant which grows wild in
sonthest Asia and In the Malay archl-
pelago and is cultivated extensively
In South America and the West In-
dis, particularly Jamaica The gin-
ger produced in Jamica is recognized
U of superior quality and commands
mor than double the price of any
other.
Deferred Snwem- .
The leading man had just appeared
before the curtain.
It was not In response to an on-
thuasatle recalL The play, Ia tact,
hadn't commenced.
"Ladles and gentlemen." he clearly
and dcsbly announced, "the manage-
ment erets to state that owing to the
continued hgh price and scarcity of
white paper the snowtorm the third
act wil have to be em ttsd.
S Th MeteiOrst AidL
"No air," ald the motorist, "the
airship is utterly i .ractkable."
"Do you speak as a scientist?"
"No, air. As a man of an experi-
ence. Suppose your engine breaks
down or your gasoline gives out and
leaves you stuck away up yonder In
a cloud bank. How are you going to
get a team of horses to pull you out?"
-Washhtgtoa tar.
Not Indesmnlable.
The unhappy man was now seeking
to recover under the employers' lis-
bUlty &&
"My baes," he testiled, "raised my
wage, and I got married. No; I swear
I shouldn't have got married If he had
not raised my wages."
But the court held, after hearing all
the evidence, that the plaintiff had
been guilty of contributory negligence.
and the suit was dlsmlssed.-Puck.
Get What He Asked Fer.
"Well," said the lawyer for the de-
fense to his client, "I was certainly
surprised at your conviction."
"1 wasn't. It was all your fault."
"All my fault! I put up a magnifi-
cent fight for you!"
"Yes. an' you kep' yellln' at the Jury
that you demanded justice fer me till
they went an' give It to me."-Hous-
ton Post.
The Capital of Holland.
A geutlemuu-to the best of our rec-


collection, a retired linen draper-wnt
into school one day with the Intention
of putting the fifth standard through
their facings in the geography of Eu-
rope. He began. "What is the capital
of 'Olland?" "Capital II." was the
crushing rejoinder front the smart boy
of the class. The ex-linen draper did
not pursue his geographical inquiries
further.-Cornbill Magazine.
Antiquity of Barbers.
The occupation of barber is an in-
stitution of clvilizid life and Is known
only in those nations that hare made
a certain progress in civill'ation. It
is referred to In Ezekiel, "And thou.
son of man. take thee a barber's razor
anl cause it to pass over thine head
and upon thy beard." We do not read
of barbers at Rome till about the year
2M0 B. C.-New York American.
Thinks It Saved His Life
Lester M. Nelson. of Naples, Maine. may in
a recent letter. "I have used Dr. King's New
Discovery many years for coughs and colds
and I think it saved my life. I have found
it a reliable remedy for throat and lung com-
plaiuts. and would no more he without a bot-
tle than I would be without food." For near-
ly forty years New Discovery has stood at
the bead of throat and lung remedies. As a
preventive of pneumonia, and healer of weak
lung it has no equal. Sold under guarantee


TUNTinwinr


On account of the aw 8-hour law
Sby congress in the interest of
and also on account of so
many nw rafleds being bult and od
asins extended, an unual demd for
oerators has been created. Coera-
tive estimates have placed the number
of additional operators that will be o-
q-d during the next ten month at
approximateyF 2000.
YOUNG MEN NOW IS YOUR OP-
PORTUNITY! Enroll in our school
NOW and in only four to six months w
will haveou queliied for splendid p-
itio telegraph oprato rce
from $50.00 upwards. Our school has
been established twenty years; ts equip-
ment is perfect; instruction thorh
and practical; postiom positively ar-
anted our gradutes. Board in N
nan is vey cheap; the town s ealt-
fui and the pp.eare cordiaL Two
main line rail d wire run intoour
school rooms. No other school in the
United States has such uptoate and
practical faciities for the be t of its
students. Write at once for free de-
scriptive literature.

SOUTIU SCHOOL OF TIMGIAPHT
Newnan, Georgia

asEaErMP" sALE
Under ad by virtue of an ezeentiom iased
eat of the drcuit eourt, in and for Berrd
county, Florida, dated Jane J th, I in a
cause wherein Mary A. P. 8aOse e at l woen
eorplainant, and William M. DUalm ae l
were d*fea-4t I have levied ap sad
will sll at mbHUe oactio In ihbeate tfee
house deaoa Florida, during the
leal hearsn f ale on the AimtMesda y tl
teaber, A. D., 190 being the Th day rtsM
moath, to the bilbrst ad best bidder r
eas, the Ifoiwh real este of the deand-
at, Willia M. Iala, siteated in Bnreva
omuty, Florida, to-wt
Beaining at a paint one hundred aad
tweaty-ae ebhals sutha ine dep emst,
feam tme morthwat emer of the BenMdo es-
al grt, then running northa senty-nie
es at, ar funded and sixty chains,
more'er less, to the west boundary lUe of
Aent smta tMnes along the wos and
rseth beudary lUe ea id Aoe St
to mrse Un them smta, twlv
d thirty alks to the st bboundary
of Begul grant, then oth sevear-sne
espg. west flve ha a nd A Aty chasi
to the southwest corner f aid Seg ant
theme northerly oe hundred ad t
Cehaisto theiaof lbeininai. eNminits
are thousand and twety same Al:
Beginning as the lateomtonm rsathbeand.
ay of Acosta gant, with range l neHruani
north seventy-thre degre, thirty minutes,
east to Indian river, thenee southerly alog
the waers of Indian river, ftee ehainsl
more or les, being half of the dsanee be-
tween the sot eest corners of Aeost sad I8
gi great, these somoth seventy-si degrees
and fifteen mates, west to range lie, thene
north six ad Itea headrtbeats s, tothe
piatof kboginusn, containing ee hundred
and sity-five areas, with riparian right
thereto. JosPam P. BnowI,
Sheriff Brevrd County, Florlda


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.,Neomr=# bow hot the weather
-W itheaaBorternastates verymany
bo tre asppose it mst be still
SiwMar w down south, and while
u ,~f g from the hat and wiping
Sp r they fed glad that they
ame at dwn id Florida. They can
Marolybebeve it wbht told that it
dmsn't get hot here as it does
thee. And'yet the Hamilton (Ohio)
.Jourin tells in it columns of the
menr y going to 106 in Hamilton
IMSunday, beginning with 86de-
gree at7 a. m., and rising steadily
until itreached the extreme of 108
deeea at 8 p. m. It is very doubt-
ful f such a hot day was everknown
where in Florida. Accordingto
S meord of the government weather
breau at Jupiter, there was one day
in July, this year, when the mercury
regtered 96 degrees, which was the
highest at that station within 21
years, viz: in June, 1890.

Abuse of the Right of*Appeal
If the imerican Bar Amociation
adopts the recommendation of its
special committee, the highest rep-
Srntative association of lawyers in
this country will be committed to
the principle that the judgment of
courts ought not to be reversed solely
on technical grounds. There should
beanaad to litigation. If a man
wins a case because he is entitled to
it on the facts he should have the
benefit of his success even if it can
be shown that the judge made an er-
ror of law in one of his rulings. If
he loses his case because it was a bad
one, and he deserved to lose it, he
should not be permitted to worry his
opponent by a costly appeal on the
pretense that a mistake was made in
the pleading or that some evidence
was given to the jury that it should
not have been permitted to hear.

Private Rights in Water


Water is arousing much attention
now; the President wishes that the
government be permitted a monopoly
of water power and he would insist
on big reservations to furnish water
for evaporation by way of supplying
the clouds. The manufacturers who
earry tons of water in their stocks ob-
ject to a suspicion of water in rail-
'road stocks and the Federal inspec-
tors sometimes insist that too much
water might get into milk and make
it unwholesome. But Florida is in-
terested in another phase of the wa-
ter question that should be settled.
How far does a "riparian right"
extend? The man who owns the bank
of a navagable stream usually thinks
his title good to the middle of it or
to the channel. But riparian rights
were ently sold and when the pur-
e wnAnf *vt-


paying the full amount claimed did
not come before the senate at either
session which I attended," was the
reply, "but the question of allowing
Col. Wailes to bring suit before the
supreme court did come up and was
lost by only one vote. I am glad in-
deed to state that I did vote in favor
of this proposition, believing that
the state should pay the claim if it
was justly due, and this question
c3uld best be decided by the court.
I never had an opportunity of study-
ing the various features of the claim
to such an extent that I could vote
intelligently on the subject of pay-
ment, but I believe it is not to Flor-
ida's credit to treat him unjustly in
the matter."


For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
the east or ocean sideof the ndian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
located. Fo further particulars ad-
Brocdkt. MLow,
Brockton. Mass.


I'L'


iw b~ t s emmw Il


"dts eos' BB b between the m w I
yar ad it ow wate marka te
t1he0 per at kin -is this
me0try Bd tie rms lawr it I
wmUM be psI property and the
det onam the ourt la the eas sited
tAm- thfls viw.. t whire, then, is
the 1110t to "rfipsaan rights?" If a
man doesn't mow the rights to the
wate rl foat of his land, cn a
homeboat t achr in front of his
house and remain indefinitely to his
iEnjury? Is he forbidden to protect
the fish or oysters, aem, et., inI
frmeat aof his e? The1 dIfomfrt
that might follow the lack of autbor-
ity over the water in front of one's
property is easily seen to be eriou
If neceumry, test case should be
made to secure from the courts a
tlement of the questions involved.
Or some member of the legislature
might introduce a bill during the
next seAion in the attempt to ucre
the evil and so'draw out a debate for
general information. The law should
be plain on the subject and generally
ndmetod so asoto obviate dificlty
and, possibly, yet other breache of
the eace. The owner of property
adjacent to navigable water should
have the right to protect "conveni-
ences in the shape of rights valuable
to him and his family--anoyster bed
that would be valuable to a family
might be depleted by a factory's
boats in a night--a sow might take
all the clams in a creek, or fAhing
parties make themselves disagreea-
ble. Disorderly persons during the
winter frequently cause annoyance
by anchoring near residences. What
shall be done with them if no prop-
erty adheres to the owner of the ad-
jacentlands?-St. Augustine Record.

A Weaklag -
is the oly wa to describe the poor child that
is ieted wit aworms. Nomatter how much
or how often it eats, the worms get all the
nourishment from the food. the child aet
practically noe. White's Cream Vermifuge
et rid ofthe worms quickly, asly and with
o bad after effects. Price 5 cents a bottle.
old by Titosville Pharmacy and Banner
Drug tore.

Extra Session Not Expected
"Governor Broward has stated that
he will only call an extra session of
the legislature except for 'good rea-
sons,' and as I can see no good reason
for so doing I do not believe the ex-
tra session willbe called."

the Hon. Joseph H. Humphries, who
was recently nominated to represent
Manatee and DeSoto counties in the
state senate a second time.
"Those wk favor an extra ses-
sion," continued Mr. Humphries,
"cjlim it should be called in order
that money might be secured with
which to pay the school and other
appropriations for which there is no
money, I do not see how an extra
session could bring about any imme-
diate good in this regard, so why
call it?"
When asked how he stood on the
payment of the Wailes' claim, the
senator replied: "The question of


Mother -Di you know that was
fresh paint on the front stoop, dear?
.Mamio-Yes. mamma.
"I was afraid you might have sat
down on It."
"No. nmamma. I didn't. Clarence sat
down on it. and I sat on his lap!"-
Yonkers Statesman.
A Faithful Friend
I have used Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy sinee it was tii.t in-
tradnced to the public in 1872. and have never
found one instance where a cure was not
seedilv effe tfel hv its n.- I Ih., k.. .a


Ateend for 3^BMa-aSt
Ma i* Parr a of Jol e ousty,
mosived word last aterday from
Deland, front tshe di of Volust
county, that Harry la .aMuerawas
held in Deland ail awaiting an an-
swer from the county offers of St.
Johns county to a charge of embes-
zlement,
laRoumeller was fqrerly a resi-
dent of Cocoa, some years go, but
for several years had been following
the painter's trade in St. Agt.ne
and was treamrr of the local paint-
ers' union. During his term of office
last winter he was reported short in
his accounts and very soon after he
left the city. The members of the
union were inclined to deal leniently
with the man and for a long time no
action was taken in the matter.
LaRousselier returned to St. Au-
gustine a few months ago and re-
malned only a few days. As the man
did not make amends to the union
which he is accused of defrauding
the members decided to take action
and a warrant was issued for his ar-
rest, not, however, before the man
had again left the city.
Sheriff Perry having the matter in
hand communicated with officials
throughout the state to arrest the
man when found, and the receipt of
the telegram from DeLand shows
that he has been apprehended. He
will have to face the charge of em-
bezzlement brought about by the
painters' union.

Diarrhoea Oured
"My father has for yeas been troubled with
diarrhea, ad tried every means possible to
eflbt a oure. without avail," writes John H.
Zirkle, Pbilippi W. Va. "He aw Chamber-
lain's Colic ('holera and Diarrboea Remedy
advertised in the Pbhlippi Republican ad de-
cided to try it. The result is onebottle cared
him and he has not suffered with the disease
for eighteen months. Before takin this rem-
edy he wa a constant suffer. He is now
anoad ad well, and although sixty years old
can do as much work as a young man." dold
by Titusville pharmacy.
Suit Against Hillsboro Officials
Hon. Don C. Mullen, county attor-
ney for Hillsborough, has just en-
tered suit against several former
officials of the county amounting to
$7,500 and for moneys paid them
without warrant of law. One is for
$2,500 against Frank L.. Wing, for-
mer county treasurer, based on the
paying of fees to him for transferr-
ing funds from one department of
the county to another, which the
present county attorney claims that
under the statutes the treasurer was
not entitled to.
Mr. Wing claims that he charged
the fees up to the county after con-
sultation with J. Craig Philips, the
county attorney, during his occu-
pancy of the office of treasurer, and
only after receiving a written opin-
ion from that law office that the fees
were justly due him.
Mr. Philips, when consulted about
the matter, stated that he had so ad-
vised Mr. Wing and that, anyhow,
the claims which form the basis of
the present suits are barred by the
statute of limitations.
The othef suits filed are against
former county commissioners as fol-


tensely when I stooped, and if I at-
tempted to lift anything sharp twin-
ges would pass through my loins.
My kidneys did not act in their nor-
mal manner, and the secretions were
very unnatural in appearance. I
finally procured Doan's Kidney Pills
and used them as directed. They
banished the lameness and soreness
in my back and corrected the action
of the kidney secretions. I am
pleased to recommend Doan's Kid-
ney Pills to other sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name- Doan's--and
take no other.

Dream of Railrcad Builders.
In S',u'It ..n.er:r:; th' dream of finan-
cler a nd!l rnilro:!dl li.ilers Is that at
som fuiti:rt time travelers may land
at Pern:inihtco and be taken acre
the continent to Vnlpar'lro nl less than
four day" nn* without change of ear.
riage.


aiimer o asno La WB
One of th lasf
Dade county aol ir
been her with about ,oe
his countrymen for abot a
Tey are working at 401000i te
ahspenterigad fishing. s arge
anotdataunwith Mr..Gleasmo mar.s
large treat of landon these Hopkto
canal where ffty Japswil engge oi
truck and fruit growing, opertiong
to commence at once.
This point bids fair to bea large
town, for with the splendid pie
lands underlaid with dey or marl in
large quantities, it is bound to at-
tract homeseekers, especially those
who understand farming. The Hop-
kins canal being a drain for territory
between here and Lake Washington
is settling up fast. Several families
are already there improving their
places and planting seed beds for fall
gardens. The Japs, under the lead-
ership of Pu Gu, will get in a fall
crop, they also propose to save every
bit of wood and haul it to town, in-
stead of burning and wasting it, as
is usually done.
A hardsurface road will be built
out to the new settlement, and then
watch the country around here de-
velop.
SPrcTATOR.

"Had dyJpee or indivetona for yes.
No appetite, aud what I did eat distremed me

terrible. Burdock Blood Bitten cured me."
-J. H. Walker, ounbary, Ohio.
Woklly Weather eprtV .
JuPrrIa FLA., Aug. 2. 1906.
0omparative statement of tempnatare
and rainfall for the week endjr Tueday.
1908 1907
DATa. MAX. MIN. M X. MIX.
Aug. 19 8 75 80 74
S 20 90 75 88 79
S 1. 90 76 89 80
22. s88 75 W 80
23. 88 72 89 78
S4. 88 74 91 76
5. 88 76 92 74
Total rainfall for the week .07 inches.
Departure rainfall for the week minus 1.25
inches.
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus
4.77 inches.
H. P. HAnDIS,
Official in Charge.

IT'S YOURB IDIEIS

Didn't Mistake the Cause of Your
Troubles-A Titusville Citizen
Shows How to Cure Them
Many people never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame,
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness; when
urinary trouble sets in they think it
will soon correct itself. And so it is
with all the other symptoms of kid-
ney disorders. That is just where
the danger lies. You must cure these
troubles or they may lead to diabetes
or Bright's disease. The best remedy
to use is Doan's Kidney Pills. It
cures all ills which are caused by
weak or diseased kidneys. Titusville
people testify to permanent cures.
V. T. Worley, living in Titusville,
Fla., says: "For some time my back
had been giving me considerable
trouble. Every time I contracted a
cold it settled in my kidneys and my
back become so lame that I could
scarcely get around. I suffered in-'


The College CoD perative Home offer .A.


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EAD FRONAL HEADACmB
LYES BOilxD IES
DROPPING IN IT THROAT
M RS. RLIZABETr H. MARTIN,
aj B wen Avecnne, Chicago, 111.,
(:ihapsiin Giarfeld Circle, writer:
'Peruna has been a blesing to our
family for a good many years, as we
hive all used it off and on for cAds and
catarrh, and I have given it to allof my
children with the best of results.
"I found that a cold left me with
catarrh of th!i head in a very bad form.
Mly head was stopped up, I had frontal
he:.daches, my eyes buoth-red me, and
otere was a nasty dropping n nmy
throat which nauseated me and made
it impossible many times for me to eat
ny breakfa-;t.
"*As soon a I began to use Perna I
found It relieved me, my head soon
clrAd up and in a remarkably short
trli. I was rid of catarrh.
"*I can. therefore, give my personal
exp",riince with your valuable medi-
;r.e, aLrd am pleased to do so."
People who prefer solid to liquid
ii;ri.' .j-es Pan now secure Peruna tab-
lets, which contain the medicinal in-
gredients of Peruna.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.

How They Talk of Us Abread.
A collection of anecdotes of musical
celebrities published at fRipzig rco,-
talns this one under the bead of A t-
ton Rubenstein: When the great p!:-
Ist was making his tour of the United
States he sat one day In a railway
train looking out upon the scenery.,
Suddenly a man sitting across the aisle
sput over Rubenstein's head out of the
open window. The master drew back
and gazed In astonishment and augtar
at the vulgnr American. who suiied
na'Id I(I sow'aingly.. "Ion't worry: I
know imy distance."
Datr s.. Csnt e. cured
By local applications, as they cannot reach be
diseased portion of the ear. there is only oun
way to cure deafness and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by a in.
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. When thistubegetainflaued
you have a rumblingfound or ipierfect hear-
ing, and when it is entirely ci w e leaftne" is
the result, and unlessthe inflammation can Ie
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destnryed forever:
nine cases out of ten are cause by catarrh.
which is nothing hut an inflamed condition of
the mucous surface.
We will give One Hundred Illlars for any
case of deafnew (caustud by catarrh) that can-
not he cured by lall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars, free.
F. J. (CHENEY A C)., Toledo. 0
V" Sold by druggists. 1c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.


COLUMBIA COLLEGE

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Lake City, Fla.
( 'olu mia college offers splendid opprt ii..
ties for young uTei and y oungK wonuiru t.
wish to fit themselves for usefulnew and a ti .
c* in life. While we aim at mental utur
the practical is not overlooked and mIural
training is emphasized.
The organition of the co,llegt inu, the v-
etl schools covers the entire education out the
student:
I. TH SCHOOL Or ACADEMY' (iRA I)-Pr,
paratory to the college classes.
II. THE SCHOOL OF LneUAL ARTn--('ov, r.
ins the Inngurs, the sciences, mtheni,
III. Tg SCHOOL oFr FlRn ARTs--Mu.a,
painting. etc.
I. TH~ri .ooL r PA< uo training, etc.
V. Ta- SLcOOsL or THE BIBLL-Study ..t
Uod's word and religious culture. etc.
V'I TnH SCHOOL or Bustx-am-Boo.k,.ep.-
in.g s mO .ny. ete.
VII. nHu doot OFr DOMrTc Sie'IcL --
Cookin, dremakcinooL eedle work. etc
VIII. THE SCHOOL OP MAIrlcAL A3l7
a rdening dairying, Poultry farm. etc.
('ompetent instructont will meet the claa,*
in the above named schools. acilitie a,,,a
apparatus have been provided to illustnrate
and demontrate the work in the aeverl de.


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Towne, $500; B. W. Branch, .$500;
J. D. Pollard, $500; W. 0. Hobbs,
$500: G. F. Altman, $50; T. H. Al-
len, $300; J. N. Holmes, $30); J. L.
Hackney, $300. All the men sued,
except Wing, were former county
commissioners, and one of them, J.
L. Hackney, is a member of the
present board. Frank L. Wing is
now mayor of Tampa, and J. N.
Holmes is chief of sanitation under
the Wing municipal administration.
The county commissioners sued are
alleged to have received money for
road supervision to which they were
not entitled.


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tk s by Kemalt and Mr. Capmn s
tha best kind of 0 pbotp6 l C outfit to
take. It to empecd that the eamer
als. with the e. loa e, Includ-
th q a power o l n ra V on. will
cost about 5W. He wl have to
aSp birds hopping and ytg ad wild
animals tn motion.
But the meebanical operation of the
camera and a thoroh uneretand g
of Its mechanic. o that be can repair
It nd the event of Its getting out of or
ert far from the haunts of men. are but
a small part of what Mr. Chapman wUl
teach the president's son. It Io one
thWin to photograph young folks on a
lawu. all anxious to be in the picture.
and another to catch a wary bird In
J$e heart of the Jungle.
Mr. Chapman's success has been due
to the fact that he ban been able to get
very cloe views of birds. One of hbl
favorite methods is to construct a
blind. cover It over with brush and
then leave it for weeks until the birds'
have become thoroughly accustomed to
t. Thea be has slipped into it before
the birds are astir and has often liKetl
able to get good negatives of rare birds
which hopped about unconcernedly only
a few feet from his lens.
Another favorite device is to htang a
piece of burlap over a bush and leave
t there for several weeks while on an-
other expedition and then creep under
It and wait Of course the camera
must be arranged so that in snapping
It there Is no noise. The slightest sus-
piclous sound would spoil everything.


A NEW ORANGE TREE.

Setanists Hope to "Invent" One That
Will Grow In the North.
Botanists In the employ ot the Unit-
ed State department of agriculture
hope to bring Into being an orange
tree which will be as sturdy as the ap-
ple tree. an orange tree that will not
perish in the chill of north winter.
which In December will wear Its
wreath of snow and In May Its gar-
lands of bloom and when summer
ce s will yild truit as god as that
sweetened n tbo outheru snm
Th may seem t be an inustursa
pmefltIa but It oly se ms No
rvi e upe th laws of sture has
been or will be attempted It Is sam-
_-... an t t make the dtrus tree


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wmN d to qdte a swell SetWw so
der eraytae. that we may look at her
eo Iaanltly ad have a bit of a chat
wlth r."-
"Tea stavagamt do" maid Mr.
eoreL "I'm aw .half the mosey
wuld do asqult aelL BDt let as So
h by all m .aa- hb eis charming

"Ah. wait a we!" Interposed Mr.
A&daew. "Diaa ye ken It'll serve our
purpose equally weel to ask the boo-
mle lassIe to gle uas twa sixpences for
a ahiling aad Inquire where's Mr.
Thompoom's hoe ad sIdelike? We're
e hangry aax amy as wll aa e the
aler."-Loadeo Amawers.


Climb It.
He had Just Ginshed telling the ele-
water bOe ten e of the odkie buildings
i Wisconsin street about the disad-
vanteag ef working lnsde He called
the attention of the lad to his own
physeel condition and said: "My boy,;
Ive tved out of doors most of my life
There I one thing that Is next to
phycal culture for development, and
that Is elumate."
The boy mailed as the healthy one
complete his discourse.
membere, boy." he added. "cti-
mater"
Be left the building. returning half an
bour later to af the elevator out of
order. The elevator boy greeted him.
"Wll. mister, bear's where you get a
chance to demonstrate your policy."
"Howr was the question.
"Climb It" aid the boy. and the
healthy one did.- Milwaukee ree
Press.
Converted by Medicine.
A woman missionary who was also
a doctor had a curious experience in
Burma, where upon her arrival she
found a village community dying off
like flee with cholera. She made a
house to house Inspection, administer-
ed a specific and, having broken the
back of the malady, left behind her
several bottles of the medicine to be
used during her absence. Upon her
return the head man cheered her heart
by the greeting: "Teacher. we have
come over to your side. The medicine
did us so much good that we have ac-
cepted your Godl." le led her to his
house and Into the apartment sacred
to his worship. There. arrayed upon
the shelf. were the medicine bottles.
and he. with all his household, instant-
ly bowed down and prayed to them
with thankful and contrite hearts.-
Dundee Advertiser.


SPnum r p es Am a AdW

U0S1 "iner seswee

S m, asevelt to aeek into
hema S s cgrvtism a the aus-
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tt n t tie E;-aac m ii a ,*<-
dt amter a *eo tie t wt o he
san mea ideeni
wof eeavwtk o bd d b h h b tse
est -n 1 1-1 lpSiom f esti-
usoul a dste 9mmustry may be 'me-
mesmtily apphiedos tohe UsIad"
although the aracter of the west d.
m--me ome .emeatl t Ia them.
lemaer Smeet meiders the forest
at Swa ow.ed and m anhide -by the
city otf Zuri. the e t careful d-
r veoped th we or. S ahe forst
rot moer per aes to take emse o but
yheM greater mt pl tabeeme the
are arrange- t for the stlisantkm of
an posble- products. Uner te .dl-
Netut of te manIepl goreruamut
mawuisl planl a M and d eeor
and tool asuse tfatories ar reu
At Malneb the usetor examined the
expe eRtal foret of the unlverity.
directed by Proemer Maye. Mr.
L.aoot coasters that what be observ-
ed being doe in the Black forest
would be of the greatest bent In the
United Strtes. Tean aeo the Black
forest was being destroyed. It has
aow been greatly built up by the rig-
oroas care of the German autborities
Evwy tree is number and stock Is
teana eah year.
In Mr. 8moot's opinion the same
thing Is Imperatively aecesary to ave
the 14.000.000 acres of forest reserve
to the United States at the present
time. He ays the commission he
beads will probably advise an increase
in the United States forestry depart-
ment to that end.


NEW CHICAGO SECT.


Knlgdom ef Heaven Chwuh of the
iretbem is Its Name.
"Doubt and be damned" Is tho battle-
cry of a new religion, according to
Mrs. Jennie Blakely of 773 West ixty-
third street, Chicgo, who. with her
husband. Albert Blakely. Is promoting
the Kingdom of Heaven Church of the
Pletherb.
Mr. and Mrs. Blakely say they
eeived a divine malnfestation from out
of the cloud fifteen yar ago the
coming 2th day of August and they
dplamr that 1 will befall any one
who diseases It before Its fifteenth
anniversary.
They fled their charter of locorpo-
ration n the county recorder's ofkce
the other day. Blakely Is named in
the papers on le as "ruler" and his
wife as secretary, and the claim is
made that the Almighty elected them.
The objects of the church are given
as follows:
To rule and refine; to redeem Zion; to
ast up the heavenly sanctuary; to bind
up the testimony and seal the law; to
work after the spiritual order of God
In all divine ordinances; to establish
apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors
and teachers with fundamental princi-
ples and to gather in all Israel.
Blakely is a carpenter and has been
a close student of the Bible for a long
time. He and his wife were formerly
members of the Latter Day Saints'
church.
Child's Curiosity.
One of the unpardonable crimes
against children is to repress their
natural curiosity. It stunts the mind
and soul. The unfolding of a rosebud
in springtime is something that might
well interest an angel, but the most
fasisiuatin and delightful thing in this
world to a person of intelligence and
.'.ensibilitv i the uufolding of a child's


Nearly a Tragedy. : ---_-- _-
Nearl a Tragedy. mind. esple ially his town child's itiud
.\t seaside resort a lady fell into hicub Rectord-lerald.
the water from an lauding stage while
entering a boat. Her husband ap- A Slandous Tale.
peared frantic and cried in the most awfy hoarse this nr
beseechinia tol.': ..Ye. You know how da.mp it was
*For heaven's a.ke. save her! She is last night: Well. Brigg and his wife
my wife!" sto!d on the uoruer waiting for a
A young tman gallanuty plunged into street car. and Hriggs' wife started in
the water and brought back the poor to say something. and Briggs stood
wo:an, there for fully a half hour with his
The look of gratitude the husband mouth .!pen trying to get la a word
gave fully repaid him for his ef- edg-w'ise. Th:it's where he got his
forts. hoar-onss." Cleveland 'liain Dealer.
On recovering his equanimity the Told Him How Many.
husband thrust his band Into his wife's g,.r t, hn; offering an I -eari'd
wet pocket, pulled out a somewhat callis, How Iany's that. S:tidy?
bulgy purse, and with Infinite relief Caddie Yer Ili.vln' yere ninilt. Ye
salJ: tappit it at the tee in yun. muis ,d It
"Old woman, the next time you tum- altaegctber in twa. went inane the
ble overboard just leave that purse be- sand bank in Iflhee. ye dlidl'a get ot
hlid. will you? You almost scared me In four. but ye got oot In five: y. yo'ed
to deathT'-London Scraps. intne the whirs In sax. ye Cid ':i get
Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved oot la seven. but ye got o(t 1-' a -ht.
Mr. Edward E. Henry, with the United and uno yere plain' yere u:h.-
Stats Express Co.. tChicgo, write: "Our. Punch.
general superintendent, Mr. Quick, hundedl
me botleof Chamberlains Culic. Cholera The Beet Pills Ever Sold
and Diarrhoea Remedy some time ngotocheck .After doctoring 15 years for chronic indi-
an attac of the old chronic diiarrhwea. r
s atteedk of the olhd chronic diarrhoea. n gestion and spending over two hundred dol-
have o d it r insco hve tttime and c r many lar nothing has donm. me much good u Dr.
n or trais who hae bn si. King'.ew Life Pills. I consider them the
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w m e weeks with a
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I r mars plcky eitaens,
&.' and puled off their coats,
S th r~t of the county eat election
'-!k amo st cool.
o. Key made a trip to Jackon-
Sv' tre ly. These trip areget-
S tia e more equent, and we under-
-mid that it is not to buy horses that
bhegoes.
Mr. Trafford and his good wife are
eatmaplatinga trip to Georgiasoon.
T e is some talk of their moving
S frt Coco, which would be greatly
gretted br their many friends.
a returning from Georgia, Satur-
day, Rev. MeCord got acinder in one
e and was obliged to seek the aid
of a physician. Dr. Hughlett very
promptly anesthetized the little mem-
ber and soon extracted the small
particle which was imbedded in the
ball.
The firm 6f Johnson & Paterson
am putting up a nice concrete store-
room by the side of their grocery
store. It is understood that they
will useit for their meat market.
With Wree nice markets Cocoa is
ready for a large crowd of tourists
next winter.


Mr. Oslin and his paper are highly
appreciated in Coeoa, as well as in a
large territory, and we feel that he
stuck as closely as any paper in the
county to facts during the recent
campaign, but must confess he is
greatly off when he accuses Editor
Wager of taking local items from his
paper, and I also think him a little
sacriligious to class the Lord's work
as gossip.
Several went up to City point Sun-
da afternoon to attend preaching.
but the ladies got excited at the
roughness of the river walked over
to the depot and came back on the
train. Mr. Lemmert, Willard Gould
and Joe Davis attempted to return
by boat but when they were about
opposite Indianola the muffler was
found filled with water from the
high sea. They drifted about until
help came and towed to the dock at
City Point. Dark coming on with
no tidian from the missing ones the
ladies of the party got their nerves
worked up to a high pitch. Brother
McCord and Mr. Cleveland took a
boat and went on a searching expe-
dition but encountered a gale at In-
diala and were forced to dock. In
the meantime the miming men walk-
ed in from City Point and joined the
large crowd who had met at the
church to greet their pastor after a
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-una = Odrr Wt yawr.
I A els AanI., the
mB taa, to Mr. ad Mrs.
Jim deItl.I
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Ma Me lk a mRwdag th

Mr. C. ler and family finished
m inga in On Saturday and are much
pasmd with their new home.
Uttle Frank Ragan, from Oak
Hill, is visiting with 0. N. Page and
family. There is some talk of his
remaining for the winter and at-
tending school here.
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. White and J.
B. Bower ame over from Rockledge
last week Wednesday. Mr. White
east his vote for Cocoa and then pro-
ceeded to his old home, where he
packed the rest of his books for ship-
ment and took .away all remaining
property.
Mr. Chas. Peachy, who has been
ill ever since his return from the
north, died last Friday. His mother
and sisters left for Ohio on Saturday
taking the body with them to their
old home for burial. They have the
sympathy of all their friends and
neighbors in their sorrow.
Miss Mary Wittfeld left for Bos-
ton last Saturday. She took the
train at Bonaventure for Jackson-
onville and from that point by
steamer to New York where she will
be met by friends. She goes from
New York to Boston and will spend
month with Mr. and Mrs. Wads-
worth at Duxbury.
Active at 87


This would not be mamal mews if men and
wron would keep themslves free from
r emmesltm d all sacs aod i sa well as
keeping tir aul mei ad joints limber with
Bhllid's 9oow LiiUt. Sold by Banner
Drau Store amd Titusvili Pharmacy.
BAU GATATTT.
Mrs. P. A. McMillan and son, Le-
land, spent Monday in Cocoa.
Mrs. E. E. Macey spent a few days
of this week at Melbourne with rel-
atives.
A. O. Andrews has moved into the
cottage on Highland avenue vacated
by Mr. Futch.
G. F. Paddison has the new engine
in place and began running the new
shop Tuesday.
Alex. Near is boring an artesian
well for G. C. Beck on his lot on
Highland avenue.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet
next Thursday at the home of Mrs.
E. E. Macey at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. C. C. Houston and children
spent part of last week and this at
Malabar, the guests of the Misses
Arnold.
The school building has had a new
coat of paint and everything about
it looks new and fresh for the open-
ing of school.
A colony of Japanese will locate
west of our town in the near future.
The land there seems to possess a rare
attraction as several have purchased
large tracts recently.
Mrs. G. M. Budd and children ar-
rived Thursday from Oak Hill and,
after a pleasant visit here with her
parents, left for Tallulah Springs,
Ga., for several weeks. Mr. Budd
joined her there.
A party was given Mr. and Mrs.
G. C. Beck on Tuesday evening. A
large gathering of friends were pres-
ent and all expressed great pleasure
at the enjoyable evening spent there.
Games were played in which all took
a part. Refreshments were served
by the hostess, and at a late hour all
left for their homes.
Baby Morphine Piends
are wade by all nothingg syrup and bahy
medicines that cntain opium and uarettics.
Mcd;ee's Baby Elixir contains uo injurious or
uarcotic druos of auy kind. A sure amd safe
cure for disnlered stomachs. bowels aud fr.t
rulntea-stplenidid for teething infants. Sold
hy Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug
Store.
MIM8.
Mr. P. L. Kyzer is on the sick list
this week.


Mr.amd Mrs. .. C. . l rpeat
hkadr ba New biara.M
Mr. H. C. amith attmedd hb bldge
matg in ew N iS yrna u Say.
Mater Hmry HamelU qent Sun-
day in town with Mr. and Mr J. W.


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...Strawberry Plants...
THE FAMOUS W. W. THOMAS PLANTS
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. plants of the highest quality that will yield large crops of
fine berries-just the kind you should plant and the only
kind you can afford to plant. Strawberries are the most
profitable crop grown. Send for free catalogue of plants to
W. W. THOIAS, The Strawberry Plat Ian, Anna, lllinois
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Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
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Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
Rough Framing I L
Framing, dressed four sides Ism
A. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding, 15.
B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 315
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This and df the eouty road is be- I A is C.isI al, . .
ing put in good order now. Let the -I"rj: -'
good work go on.
Mrs. H. C. Wnith was in town last
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Monday to see about having some ENE BkX XG
randl workdone. E. M LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Masters were
in town Monday, Mrs. M. having Exchange ought and ld on all forei country .
"VIciWted" prompt service, polite tream nt, o every
some dental work done. ar co= t scwith conservatives b Ioklag grated
with conservative banking putted
Mrs. S. Roberts is having her CORRIEPONDEWTS-Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York Ctty The A.
house repainted, the work is being late National Baak ofJackuoaville. Jackmonville, Florida.
done by Mr. J. Z. Kyzer. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Mrs. B. J. Mims returned Wednes- ---- ----_- a
day from a six weeks' visit to friends E. L. BRADY & BRO.;
and relatives in different parts of
Georgia. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carpenter, of
1* We handle produce of all kinds. Wea. se t for Mapw' Ftorlluse We deal eeliavdl
iloh, were the guests of Mr. H. E. in the shove lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all omnmers. Write as fbr priemm
Masters and family Saturday and Grain and 11 Groceries delivered at your trtion. B L. BRADY A BRO..TTnRT Ij. VA.
Sunday.
Mr. J. W. Fraser was in Mims vis- INDIANRIVER COMPANY
iting his sister, Mrs. Hansell, and Delers iLn AD
looking after his orange grove Tues- al STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
day morning. -- at Competitive Pric --
Mr. Allen Wilson is now holding GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP OGR AS1, BTC.
the position of bookkeeper for Pritch- ALLENHURST FLA.
ett Bros., which was lately resigned A rICE ADDRSSS-TITUSVILLE
by Mr. J. W. Jolly. OSL-
-. D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL. Regltered Pharftm
SHILOH
D. A. Taylor spent Sunday at Au-
rantia.
Jerry Griffis went to Titusville on BA NR DG
Tuesday last. Titusville, Florida
Cora Bennett, of Oak Hill, is visit-
ing friends here this week. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
J. N. Mosbey and family spent t PERFUMERY, STATIONERY,Eto.
few days at Oak Hill last week. SQda Water and Ice Cream
John Putnam, of Brunswick, Ga., Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
spent a few days here last week. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
J. E. Patillo, of Osteen, was here haven't in stock
the first of the week, looking after ___ -!=- -- !
his fine orange grove. z
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carpenter left Feed and Sle Stables
Thursday for Titusville, where they
will visit for a while. SADDLE HOESE8
Miss Mayme Taylor, who is spend-
ing the summer at Bayou, Ky., BUGG E
writes that she is having a fine time. SURREYS
oud TURNOUTS
What is meat for IndigostionuoN U s
Mr. A. Robinsou. of Drumquin. Ontaria. Hu all kindc.
has been troubled for years with indigestion. HaulngEtc.
andi recommends Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets s "the best medicine I ever
used." If troubled with indigestion or cun- J. I. OSBAN, Titsille, Florida
stipation give them a trial. They are certain
to prove beneficial. They are easy to take
and pleasant in effect. Price m25 cents. Sam-
plea iree at Titusville Phurmacy. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Dnu't let the baby suffer ftno eczema. sores Dealers in
or any itching of the skin. Ioau's Ointment
gives iubtaut relief, cures quickly. Perfectly
safe for children. All druggisL sell it.
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East Coast Meat Market SASH, DOORS and BLINDS, PAINTS
o. F. DUREN, AGENT In fact everything to build a house. Write for
7; d .j special prices in carload lots direct from mill


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