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TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1908
OM wak mn~ veatimo for the
I =mb lee the shool tern be-
Next M oa, the 7th of Septe-
ber, is Abor Day, and isa legal
To @t your hbm lagi, feod
thim PratWs Poltry Rqulater.
B er Drug tore.
Dr. W.L. HL g lett w calle@
Monday to see Copt Ndlon, of
Uouth Tltarfff, who is quite m.
Ma. O. A. Quarteran arrived
. u yafteroon fram avist to her
dMhr, Ms. A. H. Joanen, at
Moultrievme, 8. C.
Mr. and Mrs J. Fed and Mr.
and Mrs. Humphres. of Indiamola
getadayor o in Tituvflle last
week ret i home Sunday after-
Squirrel Mdodtln I now the order
of the day for the huntm a party
ofatose desrb having Cos to the
Turabm hamock ye after-.
nron n Msmearh of a h gam.
The lttville Plumbing company's
budae -i bee a pb ohbased by
Mms. GUil a Jobhnso, who will
eontinas the bulne at the same
tand. The new frm took charge
onTe *day. the 1st
Mr. Marvin Goodman has received
his outft for manufatring carbon-
.atd bewage and will .tall tk~
ame in the Norton bufldai, corner
Main street and Washianton avenue.
See ad elsewhere on this page.
We wish to corret the item in THn
SrA of last week giving the date
for opening the high schools at Ti-
taville and Cocoa on the 7th, when
it should have been the 14th. School
Superintendent (Walker sys that
item caused him to write about fifty
letter, all of which goea to show
how widely Tua STAi is read in Bre-
vard county-a point for advertisers
to note. These two high schools,
however, will positively open on
Monday, the 14th inst.
Eight orngepacers at 5 cents
r box; ten pickers at 4 cents per
x, by Septmber 20th.
P. W. RosbmTs, Mims, Fla.
There will be services in the Titus-
ville M. E. church Sunday a. m. at
11 o'clock and p. m. at 7:30, and at
Mims at 4 p. m., conducted by the
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
John's church, Eau Gallie, on Sun-
day, September 6, at 10:30 a. m., and
in Trinity church, Melbourne, on
Sunday evening at 7:30.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
LaGrange on Sunday next at 11 a. m.
and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Sun-
day school at 10 a. m.; prayer meet-
ing Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
SDr. J. B. Hawk will preach at City
Point Sunday morning at 10:30, Sep-
tember 6th, and at St. Paul's church,
Eau Gailie, at 7:30 p. m. of the same
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 36 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. Graiwms
Our fall line o boys' hool and
dsem afit are here ready for your
17, it herk or straight
- trlem, $1A00 to $8.00 per suit,
ll standard matke, double guaran-
We afit your boy from head to
footin all the latet style, atthe
most -m.mbl prim&
WINSTON & BANNING
THE CLOTHING STORE
Mir Annie Morgan is assistant to
Ml MaggI Collins, at the postoffice,
during Postmaster Taylor's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holman have
returned to their home in Daytona
after a pleasant visit to their former
home at Worcester, Mass.
Supervisor of Regisrtion W. S.
Norwood has published his official
notice of the books being open in the
several precincts on page 4 this week.
Mr. Chas. A. Gardner and wife
and Mrs. Gardner's mother, Mrs.
Dr. Gilmore, and Miss AllieGilmore,
went to Cocoa and Rockledge on
Wednesday in their launch.
Commodore Lorillard and family
started on a trip to St. Augustine
Wednesday afternoon on board their
houseboat Arrah Wanna and expect
to cruise leisurely up the Halifax and
in the canal to the Matanmas river,
and will be away for several weeks.
Lieutenant Frank P. Lahm and
Captain Chas DeF. Chandler, of the
Signal Corps of the U. S. army, and
Major Henry B. Hersey, of the
Weather Bureau, the latter a former
resident of Titusville, are the Amer-
ican entrants in the international
balloon competition to be held in
Berlin October 10 and 11.
J. R. Walker & Co., Saturday
night, Sept. 5th, 1908.
Call for Citizens' Meeting.
There will be a mass meeting of
the citizens of Titusville at the Titus-
ville opera house next Wednesday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock, to take up
the consideration of the city dock
question, which has been agitated
before the town council for several
meetings. Every one owning prop-
erty in Titusville is vitally interested
in this matter and should be present.
Titusville Bottling Works,
M. GOODMAN, PROPRIETOR.
Manufacturer of carbonated bev-
erages. Specialty of Pepsi-Cola, high
grade Ginger Ale, and a full line of
assorted sodas. Write for prices in
case lots f. o. b.
Marriage of Miss Laura Bailey
The friends and acquaintances of
Miss Laura Bailey, who, with her
mother and young brother, spent
last winter here at the hqme of her
grandmother, Mrs. M. L. Wetmore,
will be interested in hearing of her
marriage to Mr. Harold Perry, who
also spent a part of last winter here.
The marriage, which took place at
the home of the bride in New Lon-
don, Conn., on the afternoon of the
29th ult., was a quiet one, only the
,family and a few intimate friends
being present. The happy young
couple went immediately to New
York city for a short wedding trip,
after which they ,will settle in New
I Haven, Conn.
Pnal Paagral Abt hwl that
Trl I n ul Tin
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titville.
The Brevard Fish company shipped
a car load of fish in bulk to Macon
Mr. LIA. Brady is expected to re-
turn home the latter part of next
week from New England.
Mr. J. S. Soowden expects to move
his family from South Lake into
town, when school opens, if he can
get a cottage..
Mr. J. P. Wilson expects to leave
in the next few days, with his motor-
cycle, on a trip to Hastings, and ex-
pects to spend most of his vacation
of two weeks in that section.
Messrs. Ford & Vandeveer are
pushing the repairs on the ice factory
and if the necessary machinery ar-
rives from Columbus, Ohio, in time,
they expect to be making ice by the
Rev. F. P. McCall returned home
Wednesday from a month's sojourn
in upper Florida, Georgia and Ken-
tucky, part of the time assisting in
revival meetings. He is glad, how-
ever to get back to his charge again.
"The Sunbeams of the South," a
negro minstrel company of seven-
teen people started up at Fort Pierce,
gave exhibitions here Saturday and
Monday nights under their own can-
vas, and from here took the Sanford
branch for Mims.
Miss Katie Cloversettle, a popular
young lady of Jazksonville who spent
last month at Haulover canal, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Murrhree, at
The Alpine hotel. An enjoyable ser-
nade was tendered these ladies by
the Knox & Joyner string band on
Mrs. M. L. Wetmore writes us
from New London, Conn., where she
has been visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. Bailey, and family, that she is
still enjoying her stay at the North
and has about six weeks more to
visit among friends and relatives be-
fore returning to Titusville. Her
many friends here will be glad to
welcome her back.
Special Sale at line's LOCAL GOSSIP
MONDAY, SEPT. 7, 1908.PERS
Ladies' nightgowns t rhmed with U,,Wt IB t Me M r 1 tW
embroidery and embroidery insertion 0th]l 1 thm ple plt i TiU-
worth $1.50, Monday's special $1.19. yVill U ft & am IN
Another lot worth $1.25, special at
69 cents. Married, at Tampa, Fla., Augmt
Ladies' underkirts trimmed with 12th, Mrs. J. C. Hoyt to Mr. Joe Co-
four rows of lace and dust ruffle, nover.
special Monday for $1.29. never
Another lot with clusters of tucks Remember The Alpine for lodging
trimmed with embroidery, special at and quick lunch when you come to
$1.19. Another lot worth $1.00 for Titusville.
69 cents. Mrs. W. T. Mathers left Wedsm-
Ladies' chemises trimmed with em- d ra h
broidery and lace, worth $1.00 for 69 day morning on a visit to her father,
cents. Another lot worth $1.50 Mr. D. N. Cone, in Benton, Fa.
trimmed with four rows of lace in- A new Palmer four-cycle motor
sertin,worth 1.50, special Monday has just arrived to be placed in the
Ladies' drawers, trimmed with launch Mattakeeset, owned by Mr.
clusters of tucks, special for 29 cents A. S. Wadsworth, of Duxburby,M .
Ladies' fast black hose, worth 50 Young Frank DeCourcy returmed
cents per air, special Monday threeD
pairs for M t Monday after a month's stay in
Ladies' tape girdles, all sizes with Jacksonville with his uncle, August
hose supporters, special 5 cents. Deisner. Frank had the time of his
Ladies' fancy belts, Persian pat- life.
tern, just received, worth $1.00, spec- Some of the geing to the motor
iWl Monday for 0 cents.
Ladies' black heatherbloom under- of the Artesia mail boat was out of
skirts with clusters of tucks and em- order Tuesday, but the boat man-
broidery eyelets, just like silk, worth aged to make the trip. Repairs were
$1.75, special Monday for $129. made next day
Ladies' Merry Widow sailors, extra
quality of straw, the latest thing, Percy Kent Robottom, midship.
worth $2.50, Monday for $1.75. man and member of the clas of 1910
New ginghams arriving daily, suit- at the Naval Academy at Annpolis
able for children's school dresses and ai i Tivile T y
ladies' shirt waist suits, special for arrived in Titusville Tuesday night
12s cents, to visit his parents, Dean and Mrs.
Mail orders promptly filled on any Robotton.
of the above goods. Postmaster F. M. Taylor left Tues-
JUIUS KLINE, day, in his motor boat, on a trip to
Titusville, Florida. St. Augustine, via Daytona and the
By her suavity of manner and en- inside route, accompanied by his son,
trancing ways Miss Ruby Turner, of Master Wilson Taylor, this being a
San Mateo, has won many friends part of his annual vacation.
during her visit to her sister, Mrs. Rev. S. J. White, state evangelist
Mobley. of the Christian church, who has been
Dr. E. R. Blakewood is now hold- conducting a series of special revival
ing his old position as pharmacist at services here in the Methodist church
the Titusville Pharmacy, as Dr. Ut- for two weeks, returned to Jackson-
ley expects to take his vacation as ville the first part of this week.
soon as Mr. Ed Morgan resumes his Bishop Gray and Mrs. Gray ar-
position at this store. rived at their home in Orlando last
The following is clipped from the week after a tour of the Holy Land.
Daytona Beach items in the Daytona The bishop and his estimable wife
Journal: "Eugene Johnson leaves are in the best of health and report a
for Titusville in a couple of weeks pleasant trip, yet both are glad to be
where he will open a bicycle shop." back in Florida.
A shoemaker and a tailor could also Everett E. Bass. who formerly ran
find'profitable employment here. a saloon at Eau Gallie, was arrested
Attorney G. A. Worley, of Miami, last week in Tampa with Lewis H.
argued the mandamus proceedings Parker and Paschal Stewart, on the
brought by B. F. Lasseter gainstcharge of stealing 29 head of cattle
- f (!m IL'W U1,nnizitz V DEPlat
the couintv commissioners of Dlade:' rom1 u.1 ". nVYi n aIpL. i mu.,
%. -MIWHenry Savage and others. The cattle
Messrs. Seabrook and DeVoe Sams, county to secure license permit to enr ve nd thers a
prominent Merritt Island orange conduct a saloon, before Judge Jones i re drn the St. Johns, s the
growers, came over in their boat, Wednesday. Attorney Ed Bussey on the St. Johns, acro he
Monday afternoon, for some needed appeared for the commissioners. country to Lakeland and sold. These
men, as yet, have been unable to give
lumber, intending to return home for Capt. A. W. Buie, of Jacksonville, bond.
supper. They got the lumber in and Mr. J. A. Snell, of Ozma, Fla.. The body of A. B. Bozeman, of
time, but owing to the fact that the have been in town a few days this Pulaski county, Ga., who took his
push car on the city dock was en- week. The latter came here to buy life at Miami Monday night, passed
gaged in hauling ice they never got up oranges and has succeeded well, through here Wednesday morning
away until 8:40 o'clock. Were they (although following after other buy- ,on the way home for burial. The
mad? Yes; and hungry too. ers. He has closed for the crops of remains were accompanied this far
n c y o r 'Mitchell T. Jones, Kyzer. Roberts by Captain J. M. Key, who was re-
Screen cloth, yard or roll. --
Insect powder, FRESH. and Maxwell. at Minis, and will prob- lived by Mr. D. F. McCrimmon, of
Columbia and Edison batteries, ably g t the Goodall crop. Captain Kalamazoo, Fla.. wio accompanied
Globe-Wernicke book cases. visit tivs whi ere.
rINDW IITUTRE rDR O I L' Iuie visited relatives while here. them to (Georria. r Bozeman had
1 ,ru lki 1 V 1 nlu u .g"VU l
Refrigerators, water coolers.
Ice cream freezers, $1.85 up.
CHAS. A. GARDNER, ''hone 342
10.00) boxes of oranges and grape-
fruit in Minms and vicinity ; oranges
$1.()0 grapefruit $1.50 per packed
box. P. W. ROBERTS, Mims. Fla.
"Bring your money with you" Sat-
urday night. Sept. 5th, 1908.
J. R. WALKER & Co.
Made a Man of Him
A man once prominent in business
The Fernald Hardware Company and social circles had fallen to the
The Fernald Hardware Co., of San- lowest depths of degradation when a
ford. offer lowest Drices on cement relative laced him in the Keelev In-
Peat Plant Burned.
The plant of the Florida Peat Fuel
company, located near Bayard. was
burned Saturday morning, causing a
loss of several thousand dollars. LD.
M. Baker. of Jacksonville. is vice-
pre.sident and manager f the c >u-
Just received, carload of ladI(Wrs.
Straight ladders for orange pickers,
Extension stepladders for orange
pickers. Extension ladders for paint-
EAST COAST, Lu'MBER & SUPPLY ('o..
Eau Gallie, Fla.
been secretary and treasurer for the
MeCrimmon compL..,y a number of
years and why he hot himself re-
mains a mystery.
Saturday night. S -pt. 5th. 1908.
J. I. V.LKE & Co.
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
We will put on sale about 500 pairs
men's trousers in all the new and up-
to-date patterns, prices ranging from
$2.50 to $5.00.
Men's clothing blue serge suits
worth $18.00, special Monday only.
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THE FLORIDA STAR
h V .asd Feet
r. bopped a em TOp of Washek
l .a m e wIdow nly a few
hse at s e Washlg tme
at theMo mat capital
-* atd the oer day a baseball
S..: litMOMd the bilesgus. It
.'* '-. ha md a l et that early
,tht e1 dmI g ree-tm teGM
+ *.'.* *_ t ra ^ _, t--g a fs
SAmr fan em aebM ar.
e ahd d been losngmash-
at, SMieet was heraMed as the
aI nm* who had ever aliht a ball
aeut againstaod bthe pithers mitt
Si tellt. There w street biamelf.
it ba o tty last swasy fom tohe
down oftre. ea di
wo ff P1 MOM newspaper
aer e a e the oWrdihry alsad le-
Ir above th little group p, d bth
tyt wiedow that looked like a dot as
bs ao be nt, to had another man.l
be hd ten ru b balls with him. He
mt0t oe two.h 1mttle planks a ort
sn md Pr O bwen, mwupanrd
e tameW ty, down witob be was to Oll
mIo an i qd cabm an; Ganley, left
Thes wasa so warning of wheo the
lt b allor the last one was to come
h1u nabesw this little rou, in tbh
tArt windown toa t kreet He didt n
hBie the advantage of the usual sig
ao hr the pitcher. All te could do
1u1--sd of two.ltale planks a sort
wma to stuad theM, eyes like altoml
h ed hl o at, head up, waitn g.
96 knew that before him taf b
t ball or the diamone aauck to o
lt, Pal down to Chartey Bnyder and
Malsehi Elttredge had stood In that
as ie tpoe adonageo ad mdt e gallant
bt lftre attempts toecapture othd doe
bmto that swh rse and snk down-
wa held r thae any expect tra in
daUeow balg swept to his way b
other doe tion, always rratic. al-
Mtreet stod on the northside of the
-ss eet Suddenly Ganley sang out
t*Here she comettr Street saw the
ball- tay dot against the sky. The
lid whaiked It to one hade. Street
a tted his position. t took ust fbve
and three-quarter seconds for the of ball
to hit the heart thirty feet from him.
It plunged far from the catcher. Sev-
ea other spheres shot downward, and
yet Street might as well have been a
Ball No. 11 came closer to the man
below, and he had his gauge. The
twelfth ball hummed almost Into
Street's hands. It touched the tips of
his fingers, and from the impact he
knew that if one of the missiles hit
his head It would be good nigbt for
OGrittlng his teeth at the thought that
unlucky thirteen was coming his way.
carrying defeat the plucky catcher
heard Ganley slug out again:
'"You've got It-"
There was a "bang." and Street
quivered from head to foot, as a ship
would quiver in a coll'sion. He stood
The artisan hurries his work to get
to his dinner; the artist hurries
through his dinner to get to his work.
-Alice Wellington Rollins.
"'bheer up. my boy' You're bound
to get the girl in the end."
"1I'm afraid not. Life ain't no melo-
"I suI'p,e." said the faIceious stran-
g;'r. wratchilig a workman spread a
':l;'t f-rou tlie church door to the
curi,. "that's the highroad to heaven
you're tixing there?"
"No." replied the thoughtful work-
i:i::u. "this is merely a bridal path."-
Ar:ist-It nrinul the whole day yes-
I'ot- Yes. and I was persecuted by
tI,!l co!!ectors from early morning un-
Artist-There was no escape?
I'tct -None. I chanced to look up.
and even the sky was dun.
Customer (poitllug to the hieruglyph-
lks on his che'k,-Is that my name in
Gto Long ('hinese laundryman,--No;
scllptlon. Means "li'l old man. cross
eyed. no teet'."
S' Lcs a f I -. 'irhonL- r. ..
b r a da ff gal I
- y Iw empgol Is mu.A i to take
ts Is at taet pe- to fewer talf a
hW &ft. Antk$ gMane m fW
gaI to bm*ak C ers. and the em-
pleyees are seat of In a odst for their
practice, which is under the supervl-
Ion of the chief wEt h-i of the
pa-radte eeks Per mind.
The Esperantlsts have decided to pIb-
Nh books Ia apersateo for the blind
d to mprere proper exhIblts to give
iaformation relative to speranto.
In libWa tradvlers ofn carry moupr
an sacs The soupe are front solid
a keep for an Indefinite tim. Milk
also 1 frIs m and sold by the pound.
Paper lac, which is much worn by
Parisian actresem looks a delicate
and beautiful by artifical light as the
real article while the cost Is trifinl.
Nell--Mad has lst a good friend In
Jack. Belle-Why, have they quar-
rtod? Nell-No; they are married.-
Rthel-Bometimes I really think seri-
oasly of remaining unmarried. Maud-
Think only? Why, I Imaglned you
worried about It-Town Topics.
"That female campaigner is bhodlng
the women spellbound."
"With her oratory
"No; with her gowns."
Manager-Do you wish a plain cook.
Mrs. Honeymoon-Yes, please; Just
as plain as possible.-Judge.
"She has sued for a divorce."
"On what groundsr
"Inconmptlibllty of Income. 1 under-
She-What's the difference between a
dimple and a wrinkle?
He-Oh, about thirty or forty years.-
He-Are you doing anything to beau-
tify your town?
She-Well, ain't I living here--Yon-
Gabbleby-After all, a woman's
scream Is her greatest weapon of de-
fene. Gertrude-Undoubtedly. How
did you find It out?-Puck.
8111cus-It doesn't cost anything to
accept gratuitous advice. Cynnlcus-
No; not unless you act upon IL-Phila-
First Student-How did he get to be
a college president?
Second Student-Oh. by degrees:-
Pieces of wire rope have been dug
out of the rulus of Pompeii, which was
destroyed more than eighteen centuries
India sends us many rhAg. All the
pay the good weavers get for making
them is 1q; cents a day. Head weav-
ers get $1.it n month.
The oldest known coins are those of
Lydia. It is the opinion of many that
It wa.s in that conntry that the art of
coiining money tirst arose.
The Inventor of the modern Auspenu
Siol Irlldge was J.amtes Finley of Pen!
s!v:.;nia. His tirst bridge was lilt!
In lI Il-..
T:ie loneliest people In Europe live in
th-, rxtrei.1e north of Sweden. t10 miles
from a railway anti a day's journey
fron, their nearest neighbor.
The greater portion of the telegraph
and telephone poles of this country
cone from the northern peninsula of
A :.-,*: *r i.evorlit...itlher littlec
tvr v ilpi'pait-~di.' -the ''rig iii of sex to hier
*.A ,' . o' cbllro.: she sa id.
**.i :.;. ;1. 1,0:111 .'': antd wa% '.very
A~ ~ 'd 1' i 1. i l ',: 1 Im- Sit's]1.. '.
Li 4 hS'ut aud niade a nit; e lady- of
LsJ&.4 11! t w ~orIt Ie -s of men wi!1
'tolliz. L.v:. 1-t11 i I iia!-se'Ives togetht'r
uixi~i rvi*ra krn I mix': .. .jlioaicvlbut ifI an '
frieAd should rerti;irn rto 3U a bo)rrov'd
umtbrellia 3.,u wkpuld grow faint with
surprise or tv vou'ic~ed that he was
p'ayixig somaxe Liui of a joke on you.-
Manitua-My dear. w.-hat ar- e pu do-
i l." Little Ii do;ly
for uy little sister. Matii 2- RWit you
iavenu't any litto.' ister. .ittle Daugh-
tvi -No. nut 3o-I. l't $diiy tuckup has
juSt g(t o'itcl.ead I know %% e always
g't, It\vrctliiixg the Stuckups do.-Kan-
Sas k~ty r3lutel-t'lnd*1.'t.
Just Exactly Right.
A h~v, tvoi' uiiI )r. K ~n..*-;Ne'w [Lifte l'l!' fmmr
Stovtral Year'.. 411 filinl tdht-n ill o't.t tiv
ri,_,ht.- % vi M~r. V A~. Felt,-n. of tlarniv~illt'.
N. Y. \Nw Lilt l'ill% relier-e withit it wh.'
Iv.;vq di-womilfirt. #-ilk rvinedy 6-fr v-~,ntij,.j_
ti'on. hjljm~it.utSSMid alariA. 25 at Kitie
ySpially lCtH IUM
Wirel Phomw y et Prem Now
Yeok to P~esh caitWl.
Contracts we ree netly sgned where-
by a wireless telephboe serve Is to be
established on the 700 foot tower of the
Metropolitan Life Insurance company
In New York city by the De Forest
Radio Telephone company. Dr. Lee
De Forest. scientific di-ector, declares
his beef that eventuaHy it will he
possible to commmrleate by speech
from the loft pile In Madison square
to the top of the Effel tower In Paris.
He expeoas when the apparatus is ln-
talled to have wirlem telephooe com-
mnnL"ftkf between New York and
Phadelphia, Boston, Montreal. Chiago
and Havana. Then he hopes to achieve
the feat of talking to the French cap-
ital. As soon as the Metropolitan tow-
er is completed an antenna consisting
of eight small copper wires will be
fastened through the topmost balcony
on the ffty-econd floor, Just below the
lantern. The wires will be insulated
from the metal frame of the structure
and will run down diagonally to the
Fourth avenue end of the roof of the
main building to a pent house. In which
the wireless apparatus will be placed.
The station will be 100 feet above
the curb, while the wires will thus
have a length of 700 feet and will be
as far as possible removed from the
absorbing influence of structural steel.
It Is announced that the apparatus
will have a ten kilowatt capacity, which
would make it capable of covering
When the service is Installed Dr. De,
Forest declares that It will be possible
to actually talk with incoming steam-
ships on the sea and even to transmit
to them by wireless telephone not only
words, but music. One of the plans is
to transmit opera as sung in the opera
houses in New York direct to the sa-
lons of approaching liners.
Dr. De Forest said that he anticipat-
ed no interference between the Radio
Telephone service and the wireless
telegraph messages around the metrop-
olis, as on account of the great height
of the tower the Metropolitan station
would te able to employ a wave a mile
and a half long, so that no other sta-
tion. no matter bow near, would be
able to bear It.
"The physically unfit should be re-
moved," declared the new thinker of
"I'm glad to hear you say so," re-
sponded the gentleman chauffeur. "It
will make me feel easier in my mind
when running over a decrepit pedes-
Small Lilliau's father was very home-
ly, and one day she said. "'Mamma.
why did you marry ,papa '
"Because I loved him, dear," was thle
".Say. mamma," continued Lillian.
*'love will wake us wotue do anything.
won't it:"'--hiladelphia Record.
Emiioyer-Short!eigbh writes me that
you insulated hit when you called at
il *. .tit. .;; t.i, : -- l;d lie pay up).
t .,;?i., -l, .\N.. sir. E~hl uilovt'r Vell,
ii'\'.: inul t, Li<' rit. o~ f the e"r.t lantl t on.
t !i,'a&.' News.
.At a itnfor.til dinner an American
iLiy v ho .-.t ;at th. kniser's left had
tLC ..;'.Xl pl,- -ed to her over her left
Lo;ut.:'. '., 'l i' or salt\ that the
l;'..v hf'tte.., t: turu lher face from
him: in ot<..- t< hel, herself to the
-,i.a<. ":a.,..o !e s;.id. "a kaiser
'..!. .it. ;t ..-,.it c..[ LA oLt.'"
0ks2:i 5" ElD
mood h wor plea. Wnt for that
hoomemlul lulustrated dsnad devnw m .
'A Bookcore in your bome." It is
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Our pine the lowest. W nee far Ctalog. It ea fm*
Ths laruestall Oer BO Ws *m the world. 4I r8ar. mm Y* hule
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ERheumatism, Cut-s Burns,-SpE ., e. l.i,
CURES Sor, Stif Joint ract m s *.-l
Back and all the Ilb that Fles Is tM*
One Who Knows.
,J. 0. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes; ,,Icanno
tor hi hl praise our Ballard's Snow Liniment for
th r" it of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
a exS(6ure to the weather. I also recommendnyour
ar .i orehound Syrup for coughs d c
,it?-- tu,,ed to,-.ther dfy all pain.old
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i 1 l%.1fird
as still as a wooden Indian. looking
at the little sphere In' h'.- hands. Then
he latghed like a child, only half con-
adous of the fact that he had (lone
what no man in the world ever had
Street descrilwd his experience as
"The approach of the lrll appeared
to be in wavy lines, and th:lt motion
was made more realist. by'the prevail-
ing winds. I couldn't gautge the line of
fligbt and that Is a condition of the
fOrt importance In stopping a ball. It
was an unusually windy day.
"When I touched the twelfth ball 1
knew that I would succeed. My nerve
came back. and when the thirteenth
ball arrived I closed in on it and held
It fairly and squarely.
"I can't say very much more about
It only that the force was more ter-
rible than that of any ball I ever
caught in my life. either hatted or
pr .,-i -'I '' n
OUR PRICES ON THOSE F I
Whept a wetd f batI Joa "J.
ay of New Taek, winner of ta
SMala mowe, wo ewwetty nte
ftem Leaoa, told ew he ran aMnd
the lds ent s toe Olyp es
"It is't aR thsa w lerfM that wo
Mid Haye when questmie tr ebert
Mres for the New Teoo Uvemg
Werd. "It was Just a me a mia
our brats. .1 doeat pp-m we an a
mesk heter the the lgih, but we
p at thisb with our bea IMtMa
Ow 14 We make a eMl tdyt
tb at of tto eat t beat that
u. Tfat% all.
"And you?' I amd
"OM I've 0M id Mnitns mnaf
for r t yar." Hay aNdatted k TV
rua three at entes ad moo at To-
kha baldesa thSe Cnadman fd the
bay race, whit h is Oy ateetna m s
Iloue tob te a geatdg m ftpMe I
always study the othr fellows a
tally, and I Cm petty aear talit
what they ca do and rsgladth my
owa poe to t.
"We sttiedt all th eendalslos It
megln. We did our taidntng vy
amles abot the trrible ww tm
Ibh dM a mruanas would eat ort.
Mwi Mrphy ws wtth s, u mdwe
kaew we had the bat advkie away.
Thers a man who's enttled to a let
"Mke let so rm t a trial aue st
absut fifteen ilesa The Ioto To-
wask, wae that I was a mldte
or tw* helad. I caused my atral pae,
d. I s ilt sa tbot the isada ran too
t'i dig p It up ~r toe ep ot o om
If be Cmod have kept It Ip I wold
ave baen glad, at that, berase he
ard" th S sago
"On thnt that ave s a lot t cofa
de-e before the aee was a trial the
asgil had. DueaBn the bat a tdo
glibhmen, ran ten mtle with te hea
tloa They have some good men, but
Dwases went out of algt ahead of the
buaeb between eight and anie mleos.
As soon as I hard that I felt sua we
bed tem. Due's pace wa too tast
for a man trataf for a Marathen. I
knw he'd try the same pace n the
big race, and I kaew that aq living
man could stick it out and finish well
gotMg lie that So we kept pluggin
on with our orLk.
"r'e day o tbe d mce was prett
hot.W b ad orned ia four lines In
the gronds at Witdsor castle. There
ware about lxty of us starting, men
from all over the world. The Princess
of Wales fred the starting pitoL No,
qhe dMn't hold It. e pressed a but-
too, thy told me. I was the third
Iae from the frot. Of coue t didn't
make any differace about that We
wwe elose enough together for seb a
The road for a mile or so wa all
oebble-rough going, but a fellow
doesn't give a whoop about that when
he's ft. I didn't care how rough it
was so long as the others had to cover
the same ground. It was bot, too, but
It wa Just as hot for the others as It
was for me. Everything was for a
fair field and no favors In that race.
"The Englishmen started off at a ter-
rible clip. That was Just what I ex-
pected, and It didn't worry me at alL
I set my pace and paid no attention to
anybody else.' It wouldn't have made
me change a step If they had all run
away from me at first. I had It all
scientifically figured out. You've got
to be scientific In a Marathon. You
have Just so much power and endur-
ance to spend in a Uttle over twenty-
six miles, and you've got to fix your
own- pace so that you get out the best
average speed for the entire distance.
morbmanma ,a -
wso a esu ie gs a teew atwh "a g mte
S dm n ha.t Swm rsr who e so
Sftawto w 0 1 I wast lr- O gsat wamidas a
v ow& a I o BI* et andVW s ma-
Seit & dl ese h able to eamem w est as ist mes
Iele. -mmmh f ram mnst be emnved frm the i
i et~ hm a. e *eI sdn't knew whete r I Shal ever
sas 6o 1i mta two rn another Marathoa lmay lie or
&a2 des1z ne&i a They can tsiste greatest th-
he mdL aIntee 1 m l how~- w n ta wo as. I'pvedoi
aW ge aRh I had T a IV wa a iver my sae. ThberM' always be plenty
P bd oar o e I g't of t good mn I Ameriea to win ftr
"A& We aei the sa mm The story w a al toat An eathu-
S $NWa VW_ d aOd WtWaa. lThelsitle party of Hayes' tlends wsemad
me i wue tho h a sot at mAnad him at this moment and hbstled him
Oew, a ha the alib' h rm ed in away in a taxicab to show him Ne
eams to tw aoms, haring just roo Y rL
I eaS taw aur ebows to s owing with.
eat hittg ao either side. There were Mutual Slute by Airship.
stacks at pole detailed to keep the The people of Berlin, Germany, wit-
rad elear. nessed a novel spectacle thi other
Neo-not a sg of trouble anywhere morning when two airshlp blonglS
alos the lina There was Just ne to Major Gross maneuvered slmulta-
soldl roer et cherinA. Of ourse they neously over their heads. One was the
Wer chermg just as hard up ahad. Parseval and the other smaller dir.-
whe Helerca, the Iouth Afrt. gible. They ascended from different
and Dorando, the Italian, were going. points and when they Aet exchanged
Prbps they were hebrlng harder greeting. The graceful pirouette of
for tme arst man than they were when the smaller machine contrated str ik
I amoe along, but I don't see how in inglywith the heavier light of the
blEd tier could. It sounded liLk NI- Paretl
a s falls ad a million Dutch bands
tryin to drown each other out. I eet te World Ahords.
Id Ome th oand raaks along at my 1 v e a eda e to o
bwsoe both sis evey man with Iak tos me uonbunded plearedtoreco-
Sa both de every man wth mad Beaklso's Ariaes lve ay J. W.
Smouth opea mlke the hol la tin Jetnkla of Ciapel Hill, N. C "I am co-
edf t aof t o n, but I couldn't bear viced it's the best sle the world yards. It
sy tagl volce in the racket. Th a cred a felon a thumb, an it never &ll
tto hloalevery asore, bum or wound to which
ponm a food a tbhe anet man. Te it is apliled, mnoat the Ban n~ Dr gdato
awd n hroat leaned back hard
splad tha rnk end to pve me PLAY BY MOONSHINERS
n My beig an American didn't
ut M lee. It ws getting near the Meodrme Made Out of Events That
InsM of the Marathon, and everybody M lo t THem toprlfen
was Jst about crazy with excitement. for a theater, the cells for
"I kept looking ahead and wondering A for theater, toe ells for
hy th other two didn't come back to during rooms and the corridor for
ma I was running strasg and increas- the stage form the equipment that the
h. e the pae with every mal, and I federal prisoners an the county jail at
haw tfi other must be falling. Yet Frankfort. Ky, practically all of them
I r anad ran without getting a sight uommabiers, are using in rehearsing
Of anythig but waving arms and as a play that will be staged when they
sad surging crowds that closed in ae free again.
abead at me and then opened as I came The play is called "The Moonshln
. to give me a fair lane. Those other rs" and was written by Sam Shep-
two follows were surely game. I a n b am
heard afterward that after Dorando par ho is accused of selling liquor
ade his great effort outade a mile without a license from the federal
or so and got by Heferon hbe bgn government. He conceived the idea of
falling down and staggering on again writing the play and rehearsing It to
when they helped him up. Talk about cpy the time until the date of his
gamonssl What I did was nothing to tral.
that, for I didn't feel dstre d at all. T actors have met with such sue-
It didn't hut me to run. I had saved ca In their rehearsal that they have
myself for this, and was go at a determined to put the play on the
mile run clip now without wracking. stage as soon as they are released
uAt last I got Heferon. The poor from Jall rlys the Washington Post.
fellow was staggering. His legs were They are to meet n Corbin on Dec. 1
pumplng up and down mechanically, to have their last rehearsal before the
but he was hardly getting out of his opening of the season In the mountain
own tracks. I didn't turn my head as towns. The courthouses will be used
I went by at full speed, but I saw that as theaters, and the members of the
be was too far in to make any effort troupe will not be far from home In
to tail on to the procession-too bad. cas they get stranded.
too, for t was only about 125 yards The plot of the play is laid among
outside the stadium gates. the hills of Harlan county. The first
"Dorando was nowhere in sight. I act opens with a lot of moonshiners
felt for a moment that the race was sitting around a still, drinking the
lost-that he had finished ahead of me white whisky and playing cards. Dur-
after all. But I never let up. I tore lns this act every detail In making
on nto thei stadium. I'll never forget moonshine whisky will be exhibited.
that sight, for I was still fresh enough A spy discloses the still to the revenue
to take it all In. About 90,000 people men, who raid the place, and the cur-
(looked like two or three million to taln falls amid revolver fire.
mea were jumping up and down In the The second act deals with the burial
grand stands and yelling their heads of mountaineers who were killed itn the
off. They were turned away from me moonshine raid. While the ox cart
toward the other man at the track. hearse Is abtment In the rehearsals.
All of a sudden the yelling almost there I a place for it in the play. The
stopped. I ran across the cycle path moun' iln preacher, who never con-
and turned to the left to make thelast demns the making of moonshine, be-
800 yards on the running track. cause Ihe moonshiners contribute to
Ahead of me there was a crowd on the his living, has his part In this act and
track. The crowd was bunched up. alns the funeral dirge. while the men,
First they'd stand still, then all push dressed as womi~n, gather around the
ahead for a few yards and stop again. casket to mourn.
Cameron. who came In with me, yell- The third act deals with the chase
ed: "Run! Run! He hasn't finished! of the revenue omen after the moomn-
You must have just enough left at the
finish to make a spurt f it is close. A
man In oodi condition can run Indefi-
nitely at a certain clip without feeling
any strain at all, but If be exceeds
that speed midway hell break down.
You run at that pace until you reach
twenty-two miles. If there aren't any
kinks in you then you can gallop the
rest of the way.
"The Marathon road went over all
sorts of ground. It was a winding
road-part of It fine. smooth surface
like a carriage drive. Five miles out
from the start Cameron, our bicycle
wnan. met me with his where. I didn't
Run like h-! You can get him! Run! shiners. Some of the moonshiners are
Runr" captured and marched Into a court-
"With 300 yards to go I spurted for house. The daughter of the mountain
my life. I saw the little crowd on the judge pleads for their release. Her
track push ahead rapidly, stop. gather beauty Impresses the revenue men. es-
together and push ahead again just pelally a young member of the party.
like a football rush line shoving the and while she engages hili in a con-
ball over for a tpinchdown. When I rersation three of the shiners make
came in Iborando vas down about 125 their escape. The session of court
yards from the .finllh. le was doc- breaks up in disorder, and In the last
tored and revived and pulled up to his scene the young woman. rifle in hand.
feet and shoved along by the officials. !leads the mon'nshiners in a battle with
They got him to the line just ahead of the revenue agents. who are finally
me and dropped him across it. routed, and she tIl'es her hand to one
"As Dorando finished they had a of the br.iveit of the shiners.
stretcher ready to carry hi n off thei In the fourth :an1l eonhulling ait of
field. I was so close to himn that they the play the spy is captured. and the
were still busy nnstrippling :and open- moonshiners hold a court and sentence
Ing the stretcher when I went by. I him to death. IHe is hanged as an ex-
wa.s going so fast that I went over the :imphl of ~ hat will happen to moon-
liue thirty or forty yurds before I shinjers who give information to reve-
Scould stop. Then I turntl and walked nue men.
Back. Matty lpn and my attend- Burglar in Town
nut. Cameron, ran upt to me and asked Bula in To
Sme If I needed hali!. 'Let nme alone.' hi m't isi "lald ,os::ah." lie l s't tare
I s1d 'I nil ri ,r ,oilol ,ir silver but Ie will .teal your health
away. If lie aPINars in your l,,uae'o arrest
1 was alltn).-t sorry to soe I Ioran:lo hinm ;at oine.:with llilarl's Ifort.hound Syrup,
unable to tinish ael';r running the it ia:yi.v mnanai nsumptioni if you dln't. A
game race hi. di-. They to;li me after- *,r for al1 '"ol -is. colhi.s aut .lhet troubles.
Prier. 2-'.. 5,m. and $1.,l, pe.r I,,ttle. Sold by
wrd that the Italian w.s all Iin :ifter Tituille i'hartiAacy and Blannir DrugStore.
the twentieth mile from, tl.he terrlb!e
pace, but he stuck It out until he fell toi.J' eanrlch in two minutes; tnothach, or
.. .. pain or hurn ,ir scald in tive mnriites:- honmr.-
urs-L' 'r Z `~ -- -
I I I 'stiWilstoi n r :i 1 al v.m
-Sudieil IIl011 11 mald l V 4 i 411c 1
"The g iwe; s* ccarter !*' hll sneeredj.
sflapgaiug to) hk reIl .- llId e ok.
-WVI111 "WHcI( 's a corner In ipoeMts?
riillmi e wIl'at toIt cuttmn. hey. mother?"
A Traveling Xan's Experience.
A .1.4t it'tll %4111 11% V lot, rieact oitan a iea-st
liuil' 4). k & N. IN. R traill mIam oi I'tr111'taollell
t., JLe(rnwiat. ore.." wtitc-, Sama A. Girloor. a
%ill kiiown t ravolitia man **I1wit- ill the
.41mmo1king depatrtmmomat %% ,h .mvao.ithe-r t'ao
ing xjivu el40.laem ot'ma I oat -I nemI-iemt oImt untio tile
coaomaoh:ul oImmli&. hmacok :maildNaid' 'Tifamo mis a
wiroutAn sick that"oIle athIilla thle car.' I &atimiiO
got p itand wetiat put. fosmaumol her very il lwithi
orammap colic; her hands and aaol avmmaweremiolrawm
*P ps, you cou ld it not-orAix I t,-it thema. amid wit hi
* alerath-likelotok ,ia her tfac. r%.,)or liarce
lud~ie, were work-kiii -with (A i r :iant i it'g aor
whisky. I went to) m emomt mse Ni t ImV
to-,ttiv o(f Chatul~tTilmerlai 's Clic. ( hiilcr.i isiti
lDiarrlmo i:alRemedy ( I never travel without it)
ranl to' the water taLnk, put & dtoublle-4!.,A- 4-f
the meoijeimae iii the -l:tas. bowtIreol -f'mu watir-
into it anod stirrcd it withI a cuai!m t lI:o0 m I ha1di
quite a tizae to, get tlao the i tot t let mii1 o*a it
to hier. btit I .ini eooealo~. I ooanad 1at s ow v -ui
the eflfec mnud I wsork4 with Iih.r. m: I.ipj a
her handols. aaidl ill 21) milnutes I -ave fior :lna-
,ither dowhc. Vy t hIi., time wr W %-t(r a lil..'( t I lit,,
lA04~nmaoe. where' I wa.'. to) le-ave the taut. I
gave thme Imattle to, time hu ilshmil ti. lie u*..l ilk
o~os ammother duise should be nmaoedud ImIt ih
tile time the tr~aiii r~.aniiiut-i I..i;orao se w",a
I --, '16 -, I V -
WOEN AS RURAL CARRIERS.
They ChearfIy A pwt Hasdahils In.
Vwivd n DI tribu ateof Mal.L
Poaitiois as rural carriers are not
*poeod to be attractive to women,
aud the postee department does not
mneeora their employment as aselu
but an inea g number of women
are Invading the rural delivery faed
omttimes regular carrsa. bat more
frequently as subetltot.
Assi-tant Postmaster General De
'raw s authority for the statement
that when women obtain places -
rural carrier they Invariably accept
chrfully the hardships that accom-
pany the work and vie with the male
carrier In uthilslem over their work
An example of this enthusiasm is
shown In a report received at the post-
offce department n Washlngton of the
case of Mis Lenna Senaott, who is the
substitute carrier on a twenty-elght
mile route n one of the New England
states. Miss Senott has held the posl-
tion for three years, ad although the
route is a long one and is thickly
wooded in some sections, Mis Senoott
say she has no fear In driving over it
alone, and she carries no weapon of
defense. When asked what induced
her to enter the service Mms Sennott
mid that one day about three years
ago the regular carrier told her he was
unable to find a substitute and jokingly
asked her If ahe would like the poal-
"I told him would like to be his as-
aaltant or substitute." said Miss Sen.
nott, "provided he ad horse that
had some life. He agreed he had good
chores, so I was sworn in as his subst
tute. The hores are all right. They
prick up their eas and step In good
shape when they meet an electric car
or an automobile. These are the kind
I like to drive.
"I am met with a smile from all the
patrons of the route. Even the dogs
won't bark at me. Yes there are some
places pretty thickly wboded, but that
doesn't worry LAnna Sennott any. I
never carry a gun or any weapon save
the ones that were born with me. I
don't say I am a boxer, but I can hold
my end of a tussle with any one. No.
I have never been afraid, because there
is nothing to fear."
Wild Animals Returning.
The animals that prey are growing
in such numbers in the northern part
of the tate of Minnesota, particularly
In those natural pme p~re" the
national and state park, that they
threaten the continued existence of
animals of the hunt. And from the
southern part of the state, even from
such long settled regions a| that about
the big bend of the Minnesota., in the
neighborhood of Mankato. St. Peter
and New Ulm, the three historic
town the walf from being a well
nigh extinct animal has come Into its
own again and become a menace. Sud-
denly at the semicentennial moment
the state appears to be supporting as
many fish. flesh and fowl as It did in
territorial days, says the St. Paul Dis-
patch. The state will have to assume
anew the extermination of wild ani-
mals, and bounties offered will be even
more In demand. There Is danger
both to inhabitants and to game in
these depredations. Partlca!arly should
there be concern for the scattered
dwellers In the north of the state, who
are anticipating the coming of a denser
population, holding down lone claims
and the like.
Good for Biliousness.
"I took two of (hanahberlain's Stomash and
Liver Trablet last night. and I feel fifty per
cent better than I have for weeks." says J. J.
Firestone. of Allegan. Mich. 'They are cer-
taily a tine article for biliousnetss. F'or sale
hy Titugville Pharmac.y, samples free.
Anyone ending a sketr and deserlptm may
qntlckl ascertfn our o": ,ion free whether an
ntivention to probably pat notable. Commounle.
I .,ns rincttlyc,
ve:at fret.. o)lldo,,t auenaey Pr securing patent .
P'nftnts t:aen through Munn A& Co. reeve
prcuUd notice, without ch -M, In the
A handsomely Illuqtrated wo.kly. Ti.riest c-r.
ularloin ou any .oi*enllar .,urnal. 'Fermn. s3 a
year: four months, SL id byll newedealera.
MUNN& CO.3fes"IU New York
BrmDch # oce. OS F t.. Washinrton. D.C.
KILL TH COUCH
AND CURE TE LUNC8
WIH Dr. King's
l ear n;ifAauim,
TC;~'t:t~ ":~ ~JI'-~Gi;
r ~L.; r
-p sal vlausae
auch better thea by thwme at
the c are of weak oa t 1-
mae a torpid le Wor a |
iat everr at hasb ata
wogll eea empltoay. o.t M
IdliW *Golde Medieal Dlim,*
k rid dara- a-t w a
of bl &tb Ip
rill rw t Ik t ta It a It
been complied by Dr. X .
BfaloN. Y., and will be i bto
any one asking same by postal Or
letter addresed to the Doctr as aov.
From these endorsements, os
standard medical books of allth
oet schools of practice. It will be
that the Ingredients composing W e0 dd
en Medical Discover are ad
only for the cure of the above ma-
dsea, but also for the cure e alla
rrhal, bronchial and throat a---
accompalned with catarrhal dsdia
hoarseness, ore throa llnagwlag
hanon-ouhs, and all those
affertIons w If not na y
properly treated ar liableo to mi
In consumption Take Dr. Plr a'r s -
overy In time and severe I Its a
until you give it a far trial aad It Is
likely to dsappolnt. Too muachat a t
be expected of It. It will not prfrm
alrac ls. It will not cure eomsaup
In Its advanced stages. No mdlos wiU.
It wU cure te affections that lead to
eomumption, f tates i NamI
-~ M--- -MEM-M-
Old treet Car as Reading Rdsm.
An old fashioned street car has ar-
rived at Wauwatosa. Ws., on a iat
car. It is the property of F. W. Un-
derwood, president of the Erie rail-
road, and It ti one of President Under-
wood's most valued posesssions. A-
cording to President Underwood, the
car was the first to open his eyes to
the possibility of traffic on street rally.
President Underwood, then Just plata
Fred Underwood, rode on the car to
Ohio. It will be set up on the ground
of his bome and converted into a rea
The Remedy tat Does.
"Dr. King's New Doisovery is the remed
that does the healing others promise but fil
to perform." ays Mrs. EK Pierson, of Au-
burn Center, Pa. 'It is curing me of throat
and lung trouble of long standing that other
treatments relieved only temporarily. New
Discovery is doing me so much good that I
feel confident its continued ue for a reiaona
ble length of time will restore me to perfect
health." This renowned cough aa cold
remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at
the Banner Drug Store, 50 cents and $1.00 per
bottle. Trial bottle free.
~i"-~i' 4. .'
-u -, .1
i#d s to
He wrote b&A to
H t eat. The athe
York, ew hastned to
p t took him to a
|^|p i mnmaaedmai
revivdas It w
Softhe modern civiln-
to a clerial
Y t, who htrnfd to
bR ti- hotel, found the
~Jkl-lnii took him to a
Wd had him revived. It was
UtriBmph of modern dvill-
iWMmluntJm e of Tns STrA our
Ir: i em p ent noted that J.
be*mhd relgned as booWkkep-
r. k P&rIMOtee Ds' turpentine
w Jolby was convicted about 8
t..iA ido ed. Dirl his impris-
.'- t his wife wa aeeidentally
adB t dethd his mother has be-
Sa wreck, his daughterswithout
ptmrtla and indeltitute condition
d,a under the diumatances, his
ped isan act of mercy and hu-
. malty. He has eeured a good po-
o Ition n Chicago where can support
Shslk aged mother and his daughters.
He aufered the humiliation of a con-
vitton, and being compelled to don
the trips of a convict, and the
Satea had all the vengeane neees-
The streets of Titusville certainly
asowed up in fine form last Sat-
urday afternoon and night and re-
minded the old timers of the palmy
das of yore. The mills, railroads
and fAd houses had a pay-day, which
ede tbeheart of the merchant re-
jole, many people from the sur-
rounding country were in town buy-
ig supplies, a negro minstrel and a
moving picture show, with their
tanborines, horns, drums and pianos
were in full blast, there were ser-
ves at two of the city churches, a
kg of free beer was dispensed by
oe of the fish houses on the dock,
and, last, because it lasted the long-
et, John Walker's regular Saturday
night auction, which has a tendency
to draw sick women out of bed, so
attractive are the bargains. Satur-
day was a hummer.
Pullman Cars on the F. E. C. Ry
Effective September Ist, the Pull-
man Car company, by purchase anti
contract, assume control and opera-
tion of the parlor and sleeping cars
of the Florida East Coast railway.
This is an important deal in rail
way circles and means mcch to tht
traveling public, especially the tour
ists who come from the north to the
east coast winter resorts. Hereto
fore, it was necessary, when coming
to points on the Florida East Coas
railway, for travelers to change front
the Pullman cars operated on the
other roads to thl cars operated b:
the East Coast railway, now it wil
be possible to make the through trial
For the present the Pullman corn
pany will maintain the service o0
the summer schedule, but the pre
sumption is that in the winter thei
cars will be operated from Jerse;
S Cty to Knights Key, and eventually
when the extension is completed, t
WrMM Woo& 4 ... as & M2..L :;
g. :ag Jl.-'-.~.--n h'-'-
l M -hl~em f da ew
a L T B
m.um f a-
e may hea d #iktyaee kid wh
~uas m-ds swip- thp b
im the orner wgey twoe and
who *aks of maU kiuds of litt
d iitri as e be ides the Cen
gd sedutursd asotance is l
He ay be the yog lad ut out
of knee pants-who frquens pool
hs and toft drink piemla mes;
cigarette and stars ot late at night;
usually a bright, manly young f*-
low-whom everybody ks.
These boys cannot be ignored; re
member that one fat. If over
toked-ow, they may thrust them-
selves forward later in a anner
which may bring sorrow to the heart
of those who love them, and lasting
disgrace and punishment on them-
There i a strand work alo these
inesinOrlandoas well other di-
tie. Some towns have curfew laws
to keep the small boys off the street
and laws forbidding mnors to fre-
qunt pool halls. Again, in other
places, boys' elub rooms are said to
be doing much good.
Fathers and mothers, it's up to
you. Look after your boys when
they are young.-Orlando Sentinel.
The State Press on the Election
Ccoa-Rockledge News: The elec-
tion is over and Cocoa has nothing to
be ashamed of
Sanford Chronicle: Titusville will
continue to be the county seat of
Brevard county. The people of Bre-
vard are to be congratulated on their
Palatka Herald : Titusville is to re-
main the capital of Brevard county.
She had a clear majority over all.
Her victory, which was deserved,
'seems to give mstisfoction.
New Smyrna Breeze: Titusville is
jubilant over her victory in the
county seat removal election, which
took place Tuesday of last week.
Titusville bon over Cocoa and Eau
Gallie by a majority of 38 votes.
Sanford Herald: Titusville still
reigns as the county seat of Brevard
County. Cocoa put up a stiff fight
for the honor, but lost out. The
question of removal was agitated af-
ter the burning of the jail and sher-
iff's home, and Titusville can now be
depended on to rebuild these struc-
tures at once.
Orlando Sentinel: Titusville re-
mains the county seat of Brevard
county. This important decision was
rendered by the voters of that county
last week in a hard-fought battle,
Cocoa and Eau Gallie being the op.
posing towns. Full official returns
give Titusville a majority of 38 votes
over Cocoa and Eau Gallie, her op
i posing sister towns, thereby making
a second election unnecessary.
Roaming in the Rockies
COIORADO SPRINGS, Aug. 23.
SE.lit-..r. rtf Fi.c RIDA STA
As I can lohk out of my window
and see the great towering Pike's
Peak, clothed in a white dress ol
sno'v, it makes me think of my boy
hood days when I used to play in the
e snow back in old Kentucky.
SThe scenery here is wonderful and
e hard to find words to describe. Th<
great handiwork of nature is mani
g fest in the many canons, gorges an
t great high towering rocks and cliffs
i I think it is well worth the trip to
e make a visit to Colorado and th,
l Have just received my mail for
p warded to me and note that in th
columns of THE STAR a notice that
recently got married. Now, Mr. Ed
n itor, I would have been glad to ae
knowledge that such was a reality
r and I will have to plead not guilty t
y such a charge, but as there is abou
V, four months of leap year left I still
o have hope.
;- a- .-l..
bloomed in February, the markets
can depend on getting just as good a
grade of fruit as our state has ever
V shipped, and we will begin in good
s shape to ship by October 1."
e The registration books will e op nejin the
several precincts in the county (on Monday.
j the 7th day of Septemwbr. I N for the pur-
e PMe of registering electors for the general
election in Novinmber. ard will be keptt olwn
two days in each week until the. -,vconld Sat-
d urday in Octolwr.
The following have beewu appointed dti
o rtgistration otticers:
Precinct No. 1-L.. K. Myirs.
e Pr, einct No'. :-it. F. Real.
l're'ilnct No. 4--J. P. 'citpe'r.
Precinct No .5-\V. It. lo.lti-h.
S re-inct No. t-c'haq. T. McBridel
e 'nrcinc-t No. 7--E. H. Arnold.
Precinct No. --R. T. Smith.
I Precict No. ,--S.. < hteen.
I Precinct .X. Io-E. V. H. all.
Prorinllt No. I I-S. .1. Fieldl.
S Precinct No. 1--J. W. (iritis.
Precinct No. 13-Hriiery Wilmon
SW.. N. -NRWo4,1.
o Sup. of Reg. of Elect4r for Brevardl (o.
Titusville. Fla. August 31. IOm.
1 For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
-- _ -.
uIauLis nRua -an
sll ir iIM a I i
s. J. agh, prsidet of te Flor-
Ida Fruit and Vegetable E ange,
b received numbersof letters from W
leading commn-on merchants and
p*uicatis throughout the great I
of the north which indicateP
hihy -t-roneous impre ios
prevail regarding the present orange
rop and the status of the diirus
fruit industry in Florida. He has
ben informed that the crop is rated I
in the north atas high as 5,000,000 3
boe, and that it is generally un-
derstood we will have no good fruit
touhip until January 1st
Realizing that thbe reports would
work great injury to the growers in
the state Mr.igh has been at great
pains to personally investigate con-
ditions all through the state, and to
submit an authoritative and exact
report of condition. He has written
a letter to every important fruitI
journal in the north, explaining the
true state of things, and shipping
them samples of fruit to substanti-
ate his statpmpnt .
Mr. Sligh is, by reason of his posi-
tion as president of the fruit ex-
change, eminently qualified to speak
on these subjects, and his statements
being the result of careful investi-
gation are absolutely authentic.
The text of his letter follows:
"Gentlemen: We are having so
many inquiries regarding the pres-
ent orange crop until we have de-
cided to make a report to you. It is
very amusing to read some of the
reports that are going out, and let-
ters we are getting from a good
many reliable houses, and their re-
ports on same.
"Some think that we will not have
lany fruit until January 1st. I am
mailing you an orange under sepa-
rate cover, which will show you just
about the condition at this writing.
I Fruit is as sweet now as it was last
season at the first of November, and
iis much larger. It is six weeks
earlier. I have visited a great deal
of the state and personally inspected
the orange groves and condition of
fruit. The orange crop is about the
same size as last season. The grape-
fruit crop is anywhere from 30 to 40
SIper cent larger. There is considera-
Ible rust in some sections, and also
Considerable white fly, much more
than last season, but barring out the
white fly pest, which is only in spots,
I have never seen an earlier and bet-
"ter quality of fruit in the state, and
we will have 3,500,000 boxes and
perhaps a little over. The increase
over last year's crop will be on ac-
count of grapefruit, and for your in-
[ formation we will give you the cor-
rect shipments for last season, which
includes both express and freight:
"The A. C. L. handled 2,094,000
boxes; S. A. L.; 800,000; the F. E. C.
and St. Johns River, 450,000 boxes,
making a total of 3,344,000 boxes.
"Now, considering that our fruit
!ompnrativc s cement of temnera2trs
and rainfall for the week ending Tnesay.
DATR MAX. MIN. xIX. MIN.
Aug. 26 84 o 89 74
27. 95 71 go 76
28. s8 73 2 7
2 1'9 4 72 91 72
30. M 72 91 74
31. N6 72 90 75
Sept. 1. 87 72 9 74
Total rainfall (ar the week 4 59 inches.
Departure rainfall' for he eek p'us 301
departure rainfall since Jan. Ist, mine
H. P. HARDIN,
Official in Charge.
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS
Don'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-
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-
Aseot 0.ew iriSS5S
ftmwmnA^. iU. oA" m,
eNW oCTm uraMaS bran.
Onstre is mch pelatuiona
i peat the Nero played N O
daty ste eecton, I think it ao
Ity, a supervisor of regstratk o
letorsand as a publicservat, to
ake statement offsets as to the
rt he really did phyat Iti the
lhre lagt preeinets in the county,
ad the three that wee directly in-
rested, vis Titsvile, Rockledge
r Cocoa, and Eau Gallie.
From the time that I opened the
ooks in the court house here, on the
rd of August, up to the 19th, there
ere 184 colored men registered in
he three above named precincts,
f this number 88 registered In Pre-
inct No. 2, Titusville; 74 in Precinct
No. 4, Rockledge, and 27 in Precinct
No. 5, Eau Gallie.
It will be seen that Precinct No. 2,
itusville, reistered only nine more
han Precinct No. 4, Rockledge-Co-
ma, and that Precinct No. 4, Rock-
edge, registered 44 more than did
'recinctNo. 5, Eau Gallie.
In conclusion, I will state for the
information of the tax payers of our
grand old county of Brevard, that
he first batch of colored men who
ippearedin my office from the three
precincts named, after I opened the
registration books on the 3rd day of
August, 1908, were brought here
from Cocoa and Rockledge. I wish
o state further that each and every
one of these 184 men took the oath
required by law as to citizenship.
Respec'ly, W. S. NORWOOD,
S. of R. of E. for Brevard Co.
Crhnm the F'renclh ar leatiurt t wa
Immense Stadium Feran Franeise.
Ran Francisco athletes and follower-
of sports In general are much Interest
ed In the plan recently announced to
build an athletic stadium In San Fran
cisco which will be the largest in the
world. It will be made of concrete and
when finished will be surrounded by
trees in order that the plain wall of
the amphitheater may not be an cleay
seen. When built the stadium will sur
round a big three-quarter of a mile
oral. There will be horse racing tracks.
cinder paths and turf fields for all
forms of athletic contests. When the
stadium is completed. Ban Franceco
will make a bid for the Olympic game
Dea wem Cuaset o C und
By local applications as they cannot reach t h
diseased portion of the ear. here is only ont
way to care deafness, and that is by oonstitu-
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumblingsound or imperfect hear-
ing, and when it is entirely closed deafnesi is
the result, and unless the inflammation c~an be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever.
nine caes out of ten are caused by catarrh.
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for any
cseof deafness (caused by catarrh) that can-
not be cured by Hall's C('atarrh ('ure. Semnl t.ir
F. J. C(HENEY & (C., Toledo. (i
fa Sold by druggists. ;c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Lake City, Fla.
Columbia college offers splendid upprtulu
ties for young men and young wuioineu ~le.
wish to fit themselvit for usefulness and .u -
-ces in life. While we aim at mental culture
the practical is not overlooked and nmtral
training is emphasized.
The organization of the college into the -,.
eral wbools covers the entire edtuctic, ,1 t 11.
1. THg SCHOOL OF ACADEMIC (;RA.DK--lr,.
paratory to the college classes.
II. Tua SCHOOL or E I RA ARTi-M-ov.Tr-
ing the languages, the science, umathilt';tt
III. THa SCHOOL op FIF E Aars-Muir
IV. THE SCHOOL OF PBDAc;o;Y-Teachi~j
V. THE SCHOOL or THE BIBLE-Study ,
God's word and religious culture, etc.
VI Tua SCHOOL OF BUNrINs-Book.ker.r,
inu stenograpny, etc.
VII. THE ctHOOL o DoMuwBrTl( SCiNtuI c
Cooking, dresmaking, needle work. et.
VIII. TaU SCHOOL or PtA(T-AL Ait'-
Gardening, dairying. poultry farm. etc.
('ompetent instructors will meet the cla.w.-
in the above named schools Facilities alnt
apparatus have been providedto illustrat,
and demonstrate the work in the several t
kM I f r IN olo < p (
of tm habslrmead t It is hge
mpleia I the treatment of
(aIsl eastarr),ao snmpeis (ea-C
tarrh of mtae rmoamrhr k dahfts r
asl 00arrh. atarrhl uadni (w
tarn of tho ltver, and in dished
m Moo s m bran of the pehvi
organ. t is also reamenaded tAr
th treatment of varion hrm of d
-M. pcmliato woMa .
Anotahr iagrilt of Pus A y-
dali fmosM, is dMand ai the Vaited
itate bispnaato u a"S tenig, al
s cababs classed s a asteiii*&ia asd as
a tone fhr the MUsOUs membrue
Cedron edsis another i rdit of
Perna, an excllet dr that hs
been very larly overlookd by the
medical profesa for the past fty
ymr Thoseeds an to be bud in
very few drug torm The United
states Dispeatory says of tbshe ati
of eodre that it is usd u a btte
toMte ad in the tratant of dyam-
tery, uld is iterittent diseem a a
substitute fhr quiinae
Oil of opbal another ngndiat
of Perua, is claed by the Uited
States Dilspmmn try w a addid
last am Adiimti Itmsom tlm t-
achA a intdtiba trat. It amts a
Stimulant na the gtait-rmizary me-
branes. Uefil in hraio .lteith
ormie dysetery sad dianteas, ma
some aoheb o disma s f the Ulvww
Gmito Is fr a free beekofttN-
menials of what the pop- thik f
Perua as atarrh r dy. Tielst
evidence is the tetimemy ofathese w
II I I I I I I
talking one duy with a Gascon. who
bragg : tl.-t lil father's ancient baro-
nial liilang hall was the wonder of the
woric. It was so high you could hard-
ly see t',, roof.
"My father had a dniing room," mid
Chal. "which was Just as remarkable
the other way. It was so low that the
only i(sh we could serve at table was
weealy Weather lRport.
JuPrrra. FLA., Sept. 1 1908.
i~a~ ; rQj
4ft mbwrmw VIP
7r \ ,
IneM V&e at Other tiom ty may
tree ast riundM.M In t eti
do Id 10 Isa d = Irr e hr mhas.
m aW1 he kie, pie f mv.w
ts noaM d or quit aroumdl tr
t asqrad a rndy cI be much
mg -m l applied. He fol-
lowe A bd.rI if fell d are-
ftll, will ellmatet diha e from
a grov, m d int e iy r ab trz
that would le6wtso be lot.
1. Rmve the ol frn m about the
own mad the erown-roots, at e t
fr bhMk u *ny diseene appm
moainy the mo. By woendb the
root onprtunit is given for the
mierob uad it It atogeth-
er poib that ome virus of the
dieane may be on the implement
mdinremoving the woil. A very
mail, eve an invidble amount of
this virusis capube of starting the
dieae in a new place, conaeuently,
any tools or implement used about
a foot-rot tree should be thorohly
disinfect before bein uaed on a
2. After the soil has been removed
from the crown, cut out the dieaed
parts. For this purpose a large
pocketknife with a strong blade is a
handy intrument. The bark should
be cut away a far asthe disease ap
peas, which can be eaily told by a
yellows or dark discoloration of the
inner bark. As the disease rare
penetrates into the wood it will be
suffient to remove the bark.
& After the dieeased part has all
been cut out, apply an antiseptic
wash. One of the most readily ob
tainable, and also one of the best, is
crude carbolic acid, using one part ol
the acid to one part of water. This
may be applied with a paint brush or
with a swab.
When the disease makes it appear
ance early in the year it may be nee
esary to repeat this operation a sec
ond time, or even more frequently
The frequency with which the opera
tion should be performed will de
pend upon climatic conditions and on
the severity of the infection.
4. After the above remedy ha
been applied, and no new cases ol
foot-rot have been discovered for a
period of two or three months, th4
following wash may be applied to th<
trunks of the trees and such larger
roots u may be exposed: Three part
of slaeed lime mixed with one par'
of flowersof sulphur. The ingredientJ
may be easily mixed by passing then
through a sieve, or by working then
on the floor, very much as fertilizer
are mixed. After they are evenly
mixed, place the powder in a tub o0
barrel and add enough water to brine
it to the consistency of paint. If th
wash covers the surface well an<
flows easily from the brush it will bI
about right. The trunks of the tree
and all of the exposed roots should
be given a thorough coating of thi
material. In' groves where foot-ro
is just strti u, and the wounds ver
small, this wash alone will frequently!
be found sufficient. In groves when
foot-rot occurs on a considerable per
centage of the trees it will be best t
.&2_ -- -L. a.. 1 4M..~ir.V rti
L -. I
s Uthe would I By away and be at rest, '-
f "Pa. did you have to ask ma more accompanied by the Rev. Dr. T. F
than once to get her to promise to be Botts."-Philadelphia Ledger.
I your wife?'
e "Yes. I think I asked her four or five siERIrrs SALeK No other car at twice the price offers greater value to the buyer than
Stimes.t Undr a is found in this latest creation of the Ford factory. A 15 h.p. 4-cylinder
"ee! I guess you didn't give her uder and by virtue of an execution isled car of rakish design, capable of any speed from 3 to 4:5 miles an hour on
much time to think between askings.outof thecircuit court, in and for revan any kind of road without a change in the gear.
did you?"-Chicago ecord-erald. county, Florida dated une 8th 190. n a car that incorporates many of the features of a $4,000 car, in-
tdid o. a r ca use wherein Mary A. P. Sanches et al wer eluding rumble seat. semi-enclosed body, long sweeping fenders, pro-
Mr. Stubb-That old chap Argus had complainants, and William M. Dallam et al tected running board, all at a price of $750' F. O. B. Detroit, Michigan
s a hundred eyes. were defendants. I have levied uipon and t
1 Mrs. Stubb-So they say. will sell at public auction in front of the court INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, Handles the FORD CARS
1 Mr. 8tubb-And I suppose, Maria, my house door in Titusville, Florida, during the Catalogues giving full information sent on application
dear, If I had a hundred eyes I could legal hours of sale on the first Monday in Sep-
see everything too. tenber, A. D.. 1908, being the 7th day of said s *
y Mrs. Stubb-Everything but your month. to the highest and best bidder for Fori s i r d a Instit t
r own faults, John.-Chicago News. cash, the following real estate of the defend.
ant, William M. I)allam, situated in Brevard
r The Boston boy baby contemptuously county, Florida, towit: The State College for Women
e rejected the alphabet blocks that some Beginning at a point one hundred alnd Univrsity Of the State of Florida
twenty-one chains outh nine degree t'awt. (Florida Female College.) University of the State of Florida
d misguided western relative had sent fromthe northwestcorner of the Bernado S e-
bim as a present. gui grant, thence running north seventy.nine Tallahas.et, Florida. Gainesville, Florida.
"*Of all the Intellectual diversions," degrees east. four hundred and sixty chains,
She exclaimed, "playing on words is ab more or lem to the west boundary line of A college for women, without a A high-grade institution for young
Acosta grant, thence along the west and
Ssolutely and unquestionably the most south boundary line of mid Acosta grant parallel in the south, embracing a men, offering literary, scientific en-
S trivial."-Chicago Tribune. to range line, thence south, twelve chains college of liberal arts; a normal gine aricl ad p go
and thirty links to the south boundary school; a school of industrial arts a gineerng, agriculturaland pedagog-
t "I think It only proper to remark, of Segui grant, thence south seventy-nine schoolof fine arts, offering nstru ical courses
y Mr. Seet," said the haughty girl, who degrees, west five hundred and fifty chains sc ne arsoeng inru
thought she detected "signs," "that I to the southwest corner of said Segui grant, tion in drawing, painting, piano, pipe
y ouglit a te e thence northerly one hundred and ten organ, violin, voice culture, elocu- Strong faculty; well equipped lab-
would not marry the best man vng.chains to the point of beginng, containing tion, and physical culture stories; thorough instruction, both
e "Don't be alarmed," replied Mr. Con five thousand and twenty acres. Also:
- Beet: "he isn't going to propose. My in- Beginning at the intersection of south bound- Forty Florida counties and seven theoretical and practical; careful su-
Sterest In you Is merely platolc."-Phil- arr of Acosta grant, with range line running states represented in the enrollment pervision and discipline; high moral
north seventy.three degrees, thirty minutes, last session.
d adelphia IPress. east to Indian river, thence southerly along ...... &.-:4 .,., ... tone.
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i a *mk easl s btarm "Jo 'as eaSy two r entos Nb.
galMly tws -a Oe Is that he has to wake up t eat.
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-a I the U fts."-t-iee yeatar.r
X pel tassther woeud make a cube "My poor nMDur a almed the benev-
rt arM des 4 yards Ies&. oel old lady. "How did you lose
no lemt um im"e cae Is the-- -- ___ __
wedR, sfte ans t As tram a via "Well, you see ma'am. t was this
t&e l WM ds" &has e thotems- of a w ay, *paId the biNd besar: "I
J" SC *"eme* e west ever Niagara falls In a bar.
-." I g""ot a eataeo t i** ." Jas. Pritchard & Son
.ead Pam3. wR, and I ot a cateract Ia tas qa
vAwe m known pto or assert that Pbfladialpa Iecore.
the sm.lost tervals of soua can t be
s ...,a witam ar than 11 aN te tru ** port- Handle the Finest Lines of
wth bet& tug sport I Uo .
t-h-tah -Wt. matter witb B1 i Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Oatula estimate show that each ww,
yer tbhe are ttrne witn the lims roms -He ran agalast an open door
w of te y of Ltd* ovW r 18mU O and blacked his eye, %ad he tels every-
b..m bodies, body be oet the bla ck' eye t a fL Our Stock of
Mow spirituelle srhe seems" Boatot eraa -tT
d". wondr Her mothr was a me- Ma-Our pstr preae Guns and Sporting Goods
tpler."--Chica o Reeod-Held. dythe--Md It am to have a tim. IS com plete at all tim es
The Boy (frvently)-You are the frt ulatig effect?
and only gitr I ever loved. Ethe Se Mae-No; on the contrary, It was so
-Ab. what lots of fun you have ahead solemn and conveyed so- many sarn-
f e reddy -Lo on Opinion s that It broke of two e gagemeat. P aintS and Oils of Q quality
The car obe ol One of our Specialties
by which M. Niepee in 1814 discovered Snday Schoo Teacher-d you ever
the possibility of taking permanent fotrive an enemy?
pictures on metal plates. Tommy Tufnut-Onst.
Sunday School Teace-And what uotations for large or small orders will
ve. of eMike ski were in voge oe sentient was It thrt prompt be given personal attire tion. Mail Orders
Is the early part of the seventeenth you to do It? solicited rnd urol ltly filled
century. They were sed at niaht to Tommy Tuffnut-He was bigger soliited and promptly filled
give the hand whiteness and delicacy. m.-ILorda mun. IrIC jBVILL.T m
My studies of people ha led me to A fo can seent a man half a mile
the Cnrdu;an that the highland loty away i the wind be blowing in the
Ssoul h as a good bit of the hypocrite animal's direction. A mouse can smell
In his compoeaitm.-Lodon Outlook. cheee fifty feet away. A deer may
"an I have this dance" asked the be'sound asleep, and yet he will catch Capital, $110, Surplus, $2S5
callow yoath. the scent of a person passing 200 feet
Wby, certainly," repled the haughty C. The rabbit depends more upo T he F first N national B ank
beauty. "I don't wantt t" his ears than his nose.
"They have come to wreck, It seem, "I Just saw Gudger. and he was very ST AUG USTI N E FLA
on Itf'o matrimonial sea" happy Indeed." 0 S I 1 F
"Ideod? And which rocked tbhe "'Why. that's funny. I mw him thi r
boat"--ln Anl h Coier-JouwaL moranles and he seemed gloomy Etblished 1886. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
Mstes-Are yo not rather sall enough. lie said he was having a peek Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
forAr nt atr al u of trouble." OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
'"Well, he appears to have disposed
Nume-No. The children don't fall of tha peek n a pnto e dspoed Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida
as far when I drop them, of that peck In a pint fblak-
rThe blood f the rhinoceros I p ery and 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
"Is the pen really mighter than the highly esteemed by Burmese and Chi- STATES
r No word can ear nese as a medicine for all kinds of all- Country Accounts a Specialty
clank."-Wah ord an erald. un t. Whenever a party of hunter Write us, call on us, or we will call on you
elank"--W hnl'to n Herald. aresuccessful in shooting a rhinoceros ie Capitl of this Bank, combined with Surplus,
"Bill Peake Is the orator of the day. the native beaters carefully draw offl of this Bank, $combined with Surplus,
He has a splendid delivery." the blood and bring It to Rangoon 250g000 and stockholder's liability of $1N, means a fund of
"But has he anything to deliverr- stored to hollow bamboos. $450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
S'Life. This dialogue was reported by a Cot- this careful consideration
A boy always quotes some boy 4 tonwood Falls paper: Teacher-What Di Preid t
little older than himself as final au- is it, Tom? Tom-Jimmy's swearingl! J. Dismukes, President
t!.orlty In an argument with his moth- Teacher-What did he say? Tom- G. B. Trmar, Vice President and Cashier
: er.-A-thinon Globe. Well, ma'am, If you say over all the Reginald White, Assistant Cashier
S FIr.t Critlesma;d They are well CUss words you know, I'll tell you
think? second when you come to t-ansas CtyFord Model S" Roadster
P;.r iemn;, l--i,'th er. he's a grass Star. Or o e i R roadster
s widow. and lh'w :i vegetarian. There are some queer family names
S"Are yvnr five dalughter.4 all married In England. Here are a few samples:
off. .!r. hBawn'e" Longehanks. Rotten. Bubblejaw, Black-
"'No: five sonu-in-law have married monster, Rottenheryng, Scrapeskin,
on."-Fllegende Blatter. Ugly. Addlehead. Silllman, Hussey,
* Trash and Gallows. All these names
. Teacher (who has caught Tommy have been borne by highly respectable .__
fishing on Sunday i-Do you know the members of society.-London Answers.
Swages of sin?
- Tommy-Is tbhi a san ? At an entertainment in a colored
S Teacher-It undoubtedly ,s. church of Washington the master of
Tommy-I don't want wages t ceremonies made this unusual au-
I'm satisfied to do It for fun.-Illustrat- nouncVement: "Miss Bo:ter will sing
ed Bit. )'Oh. that I had wings like a dove. for
THE FLORIDA STAR
^biggie -.u ast* ..
P Advertlog Sead led
e4p Himself Alosg and
Kmsw Value of Gsehee
s teo a loa of 300 to
rand take chances of
v Jan. 1" William
Wld w4 eves though oe is
E tr the presidecy and
nac-lid to oblige
4SnLem was put In a letter rs
sm1 y fom a a Newark (N. J.)
SIt is aoly a fair sample s-
amhl nreds mI af begging let.
e f ound aIn Mr. Taft's
SJ at o the appllants for loans
J a other character give some
at the aed which as led
la t of applicatim to the
but the Newark woman says
b.aaIlas to add, the necessity
l pre ng for me to call on
l ee qas for gifts range from a
n dwan or a cow to jewelry.
s oae from a young lady In Il
ei, who wants a Tale pin for
i Pleam pardon this bit of au-
s1 my wrtlag you. but I have
i geat l terest I rour uie and
i eas I heard of the candidate
S the edd r. Now I wis a favor
Sa Os g airlt h1ih school who
ieaL eingas. Bu t a lusk would not
Vr me I have met obtained one which
' e Wtly dsit-a-mly. one from Tale.
ys g Is buy the plt, but I prefer
80o U they eaaNot be givoe to m, tfor
the gver ads half the pleasure. Now. 1
nst en. it t too much trouble, to
%** ask's w asd ratify the wish
ela mble fr nd aad send her a Tale
. I laserely hope I may some day
a yeo s president of the United States.
I asbu theM be extremely proud if you
w be as bod as.to sed me a Tale
Mm Taft also gets her share of the
appeaNtlom for aid to churches. fairs
and gullde. "Send just a little thing
fr the fancy table." la a frequent ap-
p6al, and had she time Mrs. Taft could
Me W buy a l her husband.
On of the most original requests
eaa- tfom a ripple In California.
wh ann that he goes about in a
Wl thoir and propose to sll the
adfrtaing privlege ofjbe chair back
to Mr. Taft Tblh man ays:
I have an invalid chair which friends
avo me and go out and sell mall stuff
of aU kids to help myself aklo Dur-
bI loetion or campalan times I have an
a vertaing board on the back of my
obtir o which I place all of the candi-
dates whom I work and vote for. I wish
to place your photo In the center of my
advertising board and ask you to kindly
send latest cut of yourself to place there.
I go al over the country and In the mall
towns. On Bept. 9 I shall be In a town
where there are 100.000 or 1005. people.
aad my advertlemenat can b se n by al.
As this is the only way I have to help
myslf along send what you think It is
P. L-Win we must or bust. and let no
teaser oome to hush me up,
While Mr. Taft's mall sl lighter than
In July, It still keeps busy an office
force of four. under the direction of
Fred W. Carpenter. his private secure
.PY6'Y CLIFF DWELLERS.
Tin y Romod Houses Found by Ex-
p1nirr on Mexican Mountains.
[Ieary O. Flipper, an American ar-
cbieologist. who has been searching in
the Sierra Madres In the western part
of the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. for
homes of cliff dwellers, has found a
house on Carabato creek, a tributary
of the Rio Chico. containing eighty-
There are two or three houses on the
Rio Chico and two near Guaynopa.
Flipper says all are typical cliff dwell-
Ings similar to those in the United
States. T1he. are made of stone, with
mud cement and plastering of mud.
The roof is the overhanging cliff.
The houses are from one to three sto-
ries in height, with walls about five
Inches thick. Mr. Fllilier says the'
most remarkable thing was the tinl
ness of the rooms, which wer. about
6 by 5 feet, with doors about twenty
one inches high by twelve inches wide.
He believes that the cliff dwellers were
a very small people.
Society May Be Trained In Laughing.
Although society seems to be ab-
sorbed In the dance just now, it is re-
ported that the latest fancy will be
learning to laugh in tune. A school of
music, which will include lessons in
laughing In Its curriculum, a foreign
newspaper says. will be founded short-
ly n Milan. One well known woman
In New York suggests that a school of
this eort should be organized tn the
United State, as the Americans as a
-- .ah wh&,d.A # .
eftm ass as uatit
Si.a m ot.' T sh a M net be.
I O4 W is uiuwt
eat ve el ae m a
t S ." sas mm.aer I New
hr wOaMn's wri darIng the winter
ama.. The drmes wM be made of
Svery at leather, hicb has buee
preopad -by Pari leoater merchants."
ave You a now
Thqs watek it eIly. And above all
thina don't let it s.tr for sal lenth d
moe with worm-t-sha s ht. If e wo-
pla tim ts dlr amd pas. If It Is iistile
me er a 11, leathin, sef with at a-
mlose, give it Whie's Cm Vmnif te.
Theonly b that never als and ha no
bha et. Sold by Titasville iarmacyyand
nwer Drgl Store,
NEW USES FOR SAWDUST.
It Finds its Way Into Dynamite and
Sawdust is one of the puzmaing
wastes in lumbering operations. The
waste s serious. too, for the kerf-the
part cut out by the saw in the mill
and transformed into sawdust-always
bears a rather high ratio to the boards
obtelnad In cutting thin stuff one-
foarth at the log or even moe may be
efforts to turn sawdust into pulp for
the paper mill have usually been un-
successful on account of mechanical
difculttes In handllnlg In several Ea-
rpean countries, however, a new way
has been foAd of turning sawdust to
account, says the New York Post. The
sawdust, chioey pine and ir. Is ground
with millstones exactly as old time
amlls made cornmeal or wheat or rye
fSor. Expensive machinery is not re-
qulrd. but It is necessary to take spe-
eal precautions against fire which
might start from sparks between the
Sawdust lour is sold to dynamite
factories to be mixed with nitroglye-
erin and forms the body or absorbent
for that high explosive. It is also In
demand for the manufacture of cheap
blotting papers. The mill In the
Har mountains. in Germany, an Im-
portant manufacturing center, are
kept busy meeting this demand.
The price of the "flour" In Germany
ranges from $7.50 to $12.50 a ton. It
is shipped In bag, like meal, or in
bales of about forty cubic feet, made
by means of high pressure.
To Tell if You'll Get Sesick.
"Going abroad?" said a tourist agent.
"First trip too? Wel I'l11 tell you bow
to find out whether you'll get %easlcek
or not Just stand and look steadily
into a movable mirror. Then get some
one to revolve the mirror, first slowly,
then fast and faster, finally very fast
Indeed. If all that time ymi feel the
same as usual you are bound to be a
good sailor, but if the whirling mirror
makes your giddy, headachy, then look
"Young married couples should all
try this test before making of their
first voyage their honeymoon. Some
of these maritime honeymoons, you
know, turn out rather unpoetical, what
with both honeymooners groaning and
gasping with seasickness in a stuffy
2 by 4 cabin for five or six days
on ends."-New Orleans Times-Demo-
Cure For Conjugal Jars.
When symptoms set in of an out-
break of conjugal jars. which may
happen sometimes In the best regulat-
ed family, it.is a capital plan for hus-
band or wife to go off on a solitary
holiday for a few days to let the c-louds
blow over. If two Iersons start Jan-
gling and getting on one another's
nerves an "absence cure" works won-
ders. Both have time for retiection
and repentance. So if you and the
husband are irritating one another like
mild pIultk'es g and stop a week with
friends. Don't discuss your grievances
with the hostess. Calm down. forgive'
and forget and stay away till you
can return in luve and kindr:ess Short
separations taken at the right moment
would save tt-'. :I,'c 1 of hot teniper"d
young couples fr-mi drifting to the
ranks of the "ut::lippily married."-
Ten Stick Island.
In the Southw'\st b:ny. in the New
Hebrides group, there is a small wood-
ed island of considerable height above
the sea, although only a few hundred
yards in circumference. The story of
its acquisition is a curious one. South-
west bay iuAel to be considered a good
place for target practice by the Brit-
ish men-of-war on patrol duty there.
and this small inlet was used as a tar-
get so frequently that it seemed in
danger of being gradually shot away.
The chief who owned it protested and
wanted compensation. The captain of
a man-of-war who understood the na-
pline 101e tm has been hw as
"mee ianle"-Lians Steadad.
A certain we known tatsman oa
the. past drank too mch. And one
Vosrth of July mornlag on a platfora
hug with tags and ows beftoe the
courthboe of a western country town,
facing an audience of farmers and
their famlles that had come from
mils around, the satteman arse to
deliver the nde4pendene day oration
in a slightly Intoxicated state. Ie
was not incapable of an oration, but
his unsteady gait. his pushed face and
disordered attire spoke Il of him. and
the audience hissed and booed. He
held up his hand. They were silent.
Then he laughed arornfully and said:
"Ladies and gentlemen, when a
statesman of my prominence consents
to appear n such a little one borse
town as this he must be either drunk
or crazy. I prefer to be considered an
No Egg Too Bad to Sell.
Seated in a dark. uol cellar, a lighted
candle In one hand. three eggs In the
other, the egg ran'ller talked.
"No egg is unsalable." sad he. "You
can sell an egg when there's nothing
left of It but the smell. Who buys
It then? The kid glove maker. He
beats his kids soft In a yolk bath, and
the riper that great foaming yellow
bath is the more Joyously the kid glove
maker splashes about In It.
"Here's a balf dozen fresh broken.
O. K. but for the shells. The con-
fectioners '11 take 'em.
"This couple is what you might call
fair-what your grocer would term
'freh'-not 'new laid' nor 'best fresh'
-only *fresh.' Such eggs you could
stand In a Spanish omelet. but not
boiled. We'll split them and sell the
yolks to low class bakers and the
whites to papermakers for sizing."
Diving For a Loomotive.
Sometimes a diversion In the cus-
tomary work of recovering sunken
property would occur. It was a loco-
motive on one occasion. She had
attempted to crsse a trestle and bad
toppled over in thirty feet of water
bottomed by mud.
"Get her up?" said Captain cBott.
"Certalnly. Wbere'll I put her'?
"Back on the rails." said the man-
ager, with a laugh at the impossibilty
of the task.
"All right he'll be there In the
morning. And she was.
It was but the work of half a day for
Captain Scott to rig up a pair of sheer
poles. drop beside her In his diving
dress, pas some heavy chains under
the boiler and between her axles, hook
a block into a ring. take a turn on a
hoisting engine aboard his wrecking
tug. open a steam cylinder, and up she
came. To lower her gently to the
rails and wash her clean of the mud
with a nonle attached to the bose of
his steam pump was the last service.
"There." he said when she was
scrubbed clean. "Now git a fire under
her and pull her out. She's In my
way."-F. Hopkinson Smith In Every-
The Strength of a oear.
Few people know that a grizzly bear
can give points to any other carnlvo-
rous animal in point of strength. A
grizzly bear weighing just 400 pounds
has been watched carrying a heifer
two-thirds its own weight for two
miles up the most steep and rugged
mountain side, and this without paus-
Ing for one instant for rest. The big
white polar bear, though not really so
dangerous a customer, is capable of
performing the most extraordinary
feats of strength. A polar bear has
been seen to more with his paw a
bowlder that six tme had with diffl
culty put in position to guard a cache
tilled with provisions. Los Angeles
An Old Law.
The late Albert I',il. ; Couservative
me'iiber of purliamuiiet. who devoted
his life to the b4lttrment of agricul-
ture. the prevention of cattle disease
ani the a:lliziistr.i'mn of the poor
laws. was a man of r ady wit.
It Is st;tetil in a voliniie of reminis-
'encles. of Mr. Pell that during ual elec-
tiot i Ie was ah.kedI if he wa.I not the
len'!.ilbr who hadl inlie thi l\v \ whii.i
cO:::n.t::(d| I.re,' ,**:,.: t3 support their
"No." he r';p;..l <.ut: "'thit is :in
0:,ler law. It w:as \ :'tt.n !.Gy o;di| Al
i:iZi'y on1 two tali. ti f stonet. ali
li'oi:;ht d(ln i ~i.y ses rrotin M-nt
Siln-i. :1ul. as far :is I an e i i:'ke out.
Thomas. it i the stone ;:Ii noit the
law that has got into your heart."
Rousing the God of Rain.
.A C."'ijOus 't;o:ul I p: .v:.i :t.i1 .!'- tthe
loweos' e lses of sOlther:i Iitli.i for
oblt:1ail1:g rain in ties of dro,:i: A
gigantic figure of a woman is stretch l
ed to its fuJl length on its b,I-k !on
an open. very low four wheclel c:ar-
riage, and the
round the street:
marriage is :. l
s. ihe Indian j'wn ;;imttr
I with the dveafetiing
11111 ** **A 01111W.'
alos tiheb elh
J nd- emr sal .
Cat rather thea bmeo bo A li
ate wl. di pI ifn t ta Ieun
wall and mfte to be i.. away.
from them. But If tf hey Ma t
their master they will go wh him to
the end of the wordM One mat Nt
forget that they are extradnarily
nervous and titmd and rotm timulty
easily loe their heads and run away.
they themselves know not whither.
They must he well protected and made
to feel that they are guarded and cared
for. We must not. however, expect a
cat to obey like a dog. It is a free and
Independent little beast-a cousin of
the lion-a tropical animal wbleh needs
great warmth In order to become most
beautiful and as large as Its nature
permits-Carmen Sylva In Century.
A Curious Animal.
It will doubtless surprise many who
have never even beard of the brute
that there still exists on the Island of
Java animal, or. rather, a reptile.
which seems to be the maising link be-
tween the Ichthyosaur of prehistoric
days and the well known saurians of
modern times. This animal is known
to the Javanese as "llnguin." It fell to
the luck of Baron Alfonso Pereira. con-
sul general of Austria-Hungary. to
shoot one of these beasts some years
ago. Its length was between nine and
ten feet. and It looked a cross between
a snake and a crocodile. Though the
beast was cut and wounded in Its en-
counter with Baron Perelra, it did not
Kaffir Swimming Feats.
The Kaffirs are great swimmers. They
can do things in the water which other
folk would look upon with astonish-
ment. For example, a Kaffr boy can
ford a stream shoulder high. running
as swiftly as If shot from a torrent.
The way they accomplish the feet is
thus: Just before entering the water
they get a huge stone, sometimes as
heavy as themselves, and with the help
of a companion place it upon the head.
A weight like this gives the boy bal-
ance. and he can keep his footing
against the heaviest stream. If be were
to drop the stone he would be so light
that the water would sweep him off his
feet. And this to just one of the Kaffr
tricks against tide and flood.-London
"Can't you keep still. David?' asked
Mr. Mead from behind his evening pa-
per. "What are you dotng?"
"Studyin' Latin." came the muffled
answer. "an' I'm stuck."
"Show It to me." ordered his father
resignedly. Mr. Mead's Latin was ex-
ceedingly rusty, and he. knowing this
fact, was wont to act with due caution.
David brought his work over and ex-
plained where the trouol lay. It seem-
ed that a certain word could not be
fond In the vocabulary, nor could be
guess whence the form was derived.
His father studied the page for a mo-
ment and then said: "Now. David, 1
don't think I ought to help you. It Is
a great deal better for you to puzzle
tbhngs out for yourself. In this case It
is merely a question of your knowing
your declensions and conjugations."
The lad worked till bedtime without
success. The next afternoon be came
home from school with a look of tri-
"I've found out about that word." h
"Perseverance"- began his father.
"The teachers told us. It was a mis-
On the Lookout.
"Old P.Ill Lush of l.oretto." sai, the
story teller. "was always oni tli look-
out for slw-ci;il orcasions.
'Yes. sir.' said Bill one night, 'I
faithfully promised my wife thirty-
seven ytrars :ato Inver to take more
than three lriinks except on slec;al oc-
e'asions. Irilay was my birthday;
Saturday was Memorial day: Sunday
my Irothlr ZI-:l: w\ concluded a visit to
us: Mondrtl: we> hI1l tiin. weather after
a long spell: t ,il,,rrow my oldest girl's
new dress. co'ms honel: 'enily today,
durn it. I can't think of anything spe-
ela I.' "
The first coll-4ited tetititio of Shake-
speare ;r' si.lys was the folio edition of
I::;. Seve'ratl of the pila3s were pub-
lislhed t;earlicr tlhali that, but without
LLi( auililor's ii n. rt tile title page.
'lThe ";i:i1*4' ,f I.' I( TP" ;:llt t he "'VePnIUs
d ti;Il Aoi s. 5 .1 lii hrt. I itz 15.:: anti
1-.i4. we-r.- th.t only works which al-
le':!rt.d wi:h tlih I..t'.s t !;irine ill hj.
It Can't be Beat
T'hi.- h.u t .f;( I tachor-ns i.- jxpcri iic E. ( '
li:eniti. t* Silv-er 'ity.v. N. 4'., says: "I
tindl 1:.v.tric I'ittcr. 1.-'es, all that's ctla Uedd
lor it. F..r .Stoni:tI. L. river ad Kidney
trnuiil.s it ran't Iwe -'at. I have tried it anl
f6oin11l it a i1s..t rex'Cllellt nmediine." Mr.
llaAlen is right: it's th,- he.st cif all medicineita
Hi.-, t.fr ,weakine.. :l;rae back. and all run-
dl,.wtjn comitioni. B.Ret t) t for chiills and ma.
laria. Siol under gil:lrnttee at the Banner
poswe that IB
yoea'll have ar
Standard and Tihm
The police justie, who bae t
tation of bel;r a atrietly OP'
bonest oficor of thef law ad hat
business Ia consequence ltehd t
briotuly at the frayed edge of t e
"I am sorry" he said. "but I aft
have to bind you over.
"I tell you. my boy. It pays to be
good. I have reason to know It."
"Did you ever get arrested for any-
"'No. but a lady to whom I furnilbed
an excuse for securing a divorce from
me afterward Inherited a fortme."-
"Did your airship take you up to any
"I should say It did! Why. one maI-
Ing a hen we had taken with os aM
an egg that rolled of the deok, and
that egg when it reached the earth was
Immediately condemned by'a beaud o
In all ages weak orators or satro
orators at the weak points of their
case have loved to "assert without fear
of contradiction." A wise man In hi
wise moments known that few thinp
In all the world of things ean be as-
serted without fear of contradictilo.-
Dublin Freeman's Journal.
On June 14. 177., congress adopted
the following resolution: "Resolved,
That the flag of the United States be
thirteen stripes. alternate red aad
white; that the union be thirteen star.
white, on a blue field. repre-enting the
new constellation." Such was the oM-
cial birth of the stars and stripes
"That hoy of mine." remarked the
proud parent extravagantly. "Is the
genuine article. He's all wool, you
"Shouldn't wonder." commented old
man Grumpy. "I notice that be
shrinks from washing."-Phlbadelphia
The congressman was leaving Wah-
Ington for his own town.
"Well, goodbye said a friend. I
suppose the citizens will be out In
forest to meet you"'
"I-i'nm afraid they will." replied the
congressman. New Orleans Times-
TLbIs Bpr sS ms grew Mfa to
Dyspepsia, CorStipatiol, Sick
Headache, Bilie sess
And ALL DISEASS marslat fl a
Torpid Liver sad Bad Digesti-o
The atral result is gd at
asold f1lslsh. Does melt L;
lysercrawtand esy to wm
Take No Substitute.
S orue .ar
t-a ain IDou see ai U g ar
I n,.M in'tM..a UU1a
. 7P l',
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There is no need of anyone ffer-
ing long with this disease, for to
effect a quick cure it is only neces-
ury to take a few doses of
Colic, Cholera and
In fact, in most cases one dose is
sufficient It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and
dangerous cases. It is equally val-
uable. for children and is the means
of saving the lives Of many children
~~, r" ~-
'; 'f) *
"e11 t t so
"AI mMa to d, wa'a, Is to
bya n lady wion
h a ado Ia at i
bW as. mtheh E w Sa eat
a sqe M mI bea s the tram p. we
"A tore,- a t work by a, t
bM yW ift l d loth amd car-
pBo and pmmea ata l es ad epa 'g
wih a sIbk Goodby to yor metA h
"I tbhd kill theam" ashed te
rea If ye hit 'Lm." sth the temp
Sto ew ,d ee th
tohe iaogh a hauratni load rtad Ni
pl he eart of T ork by Albert
Io -an d perut Its hopeunl pag
kb a sm I bo s ad Into theAnd &a
beok by Taurs. Ubbeord oft the shand
qw ftar ohes br ow, sume a stirring
*the, doetobe, ha "I vers Onch but
tragr Now." Lt the thouhtless
go to crakewalks dat n and the like.
Woreooth! e shall rest ad read Nick
atea Md his running mate- a Old
The Set of TMig He Liked.
fI an early day n Stone coty. o..
a frmer's bo rushed into the bade
t D r. T. J. MhCod of G&e it ao
rgae wae doctor o come qvollt to
ib fath, who seemed to be dying.
aid the dotor. "What ails him. d
what bas he sates?"
The boy said "Oh, nothing much
but fourteen roasti' ears for supper."
4WelL" said the doctor, "Just go back
"and throw bim ta ad couple of hbdles
Sb ats and teol him I will be up the
Is aboet t oart mino "-Jar rds le
Fr three weeks a husband ad
berm all the heoorrs Ot cleaning wthe
aot rm a rur. Then b pati
gave way af i e beho ame violent In
I" this is dreadful!" sad his wite
Sasob g. "You out to tote e Iaw was
For quee n.
"Y rejoaid her spouse, "but
when a oma o exp that his qeen has
aued gh best to heco Jar for pale oak
varmnsh ean his r chaaem pipe for
a touk hammer he begiad to rasp the
mvntagll ato a repubtien -Pt Ideno
Most crime-thefts, burglaries, as-
saults etc.-are committed by a small
umber of dprofe nl fourimina ls. TGhe
haopt crime as a career. It s their
means of liveh ood. They are caught.
at to prison and return when they
come out to the ame lawless career.
They become so expert that they com
mit many crimes before they are
caught. In prison they areartful bypo
writes beco hite qt saay ctimonlou
and earning good charters from the
governor a chaplain I order to get
oat sooner-Lloyd's News.
A housekeeper who had rather a
small stock of patience went Into her
kitchen one day to direct tbe prepare
tioo of dinner. She found George, ber
Japanese cook, poring over a book.
*"What are you trading she asked
"Schopenhausr." George replied. "Dc
you think you can understand such
philosophy ?' the mistress inquired
"Yes, honorable madam. I understand
it I aply it. When you come to tel
me how to cook It is good to renemeel
what the white man says about wom
en. I read here, then I not mind whai
Frigtelned by Freos.
It is said to be owed to the frogs o
Western Australia that that part of thi
empire is English and not French
About 1800 a party of prospective
French colonists landed on the wee
coast of Australa, but on the fir
morning they were alarmed by th
loud croaking of the frogs, which the
took for demons and retired with a
spaed t their ships. Western Am
tralls might have preferred the frog t
the swan as her emblem. Just as Rom
might bave preferred, Instead of th
e l-la at
dmeMd ImI of Ii.
S .a mWa.,
A wk am eM b Pul Gro
04- pad at L eao mts
ill" amms-em as the subject at
A s w ( ays n f4 at L WhtO wasx
wa fer tin klo at maoe ad laar
fr th a kl- at f. A w ate
waes alewed the hih privlea
thrtghe e harrlty of r drtck
L Red wax was for the holy father
at ReIo. a&d the Germa. monarchb,
but as a mark t favrr to the pao-
pet U wa alowd to ba oad general-
ly. Gram wax "was for th coa.m
me pepla. ad sQ eites whkch
had been mnnthfal to hair govwer-
-st wwoesapied w evr arwrd,
a a mark of thair ham, to asal a
pebic dmma b with s w Iaz
ie 610 inches, or nearly fifty-one feet,
e year. One Inch of rain Implies a fa
THB FLORIDA STAR
"Ah, I INi W *W am*
asms aske a msat of et YyhE"
"Thsrtst trhe bl, masam. I Iae
a Ba dt a pea t baLk Iamp. pr, t
tm pans t and Iaided hae."-- m
Net a PaaMesin b t.
Lad Pa--se -Pm arlo mpay for
that lady with that eatme of coral
broadloth trUmme with those triIa
galar places of the aam material, with
tMcked satin La the -as n that rmep-
able coat with broad tlmian, eel-
lar and oh of bta k tvelvt nd tbe
muff- oldoMets-Aw, let her pay
bmraelf! What de think I am-a ra-
porter for a fashion jouear~l-Harp
Ireland Cale Many Names.
f*w countries have sufferd so many
chEagsa of ame as Ireland. In tha
ttme of Ptoomy the island was know
as cotia. Diodorus Biculus eal the
island In or Iris; In the "De Mundo,"
credited by some scholars to Aristot.
it is called Irne; in the "Argonau-
ties of Orpheus" It appears as Irinas;
Strabo calls it Irene; Caesar. Tacitua
and Pny mentor It as Hibernia; Mela
called It Juverna. The native names
n Oeltle are Ir, Eid and Erin. Plutarch
mentions it under the name of Ogygi
The name Ireland is no doubt derived
from the native Ir or rL but when it
came into Ineral u is a qpatlon
concerning which scholars are much
is Mean Trlok.
White-What's the trouble between
you and Green?
Brown-Oh, there's no trouble, only
he refuses to speak to me. Claims I
did him a- mean trick about a year
Brown-We were both courting the
same girl, and I withdrew from the
race and let him marry her.-Kansas
Oysters on St. James' Day.
According to a saying that has long
bo current in London, "Whoever eats
oystrs on St. James' day will never
want money." As a result, Londoners.
under the effect of this old superstition.
begin to eat oysters on the 25th of
July instead of waiting for the coming
of the first month with the "R." So far
as can be ascertained, It makes no dif-
ference whether the oysters are eaten
raw or cooked.-Circle Magazine.
Fis and Frost.
Some varieties of ish can stand any
amount of cold without harm. Perch
will live in ponds which are frozen
practically solid in every hard winter.
The whitefish of Canada. caught
through holes in the Ice, have been
picked up frozen so stiff that they
would break like brittle sticks, yet
when carefully thawed out showed
signs of life.
The Master at Arms.
A master at arms is a petty officer in
the navy who forms one of the police
of a ship. In the United States navy
there are four grades of masters at
arms-chief master at arms and mas
ter at arms of the first, second and
third class. Large vessels have on0
chief and several of the lower ratings
In small ships a first or second class
master at arms Is the chief of the
t ship's police.-Boston Globe.
Tobacco Growing In France.
Every citizen iu France is allowed
Sto grow in his garden for decorative
purposes two tobacco plants. If h
r grows more than that be must de
clare his intention, obtain a license
. and register the number of plants b
Swishes to cultivate. When growl
the only purchaser to whom be ma
Sell his stock is the government, which
fixes the price to be paid.
r Canadian Fisheries.
The fisheries of Canada are the mos
t extensive of the world. The easter
seacoast of the maritime province
from the bay of Fuldy to the strait
of Belle isle covers a distance of 5.00
f miles, more than double that of Grea
e Britain and Ireland, and the salt water
i. inshore area, not considering minor i
e dentations nor the great lakes of th
t west, covers more than 1.500 squat
e The Heaviest Rainfall.
y The heaviest rainfall known upo
II the earth occurs upon the mountal
s- slopes beyond the head of the Bay (
o Bengal and amounts on the average 1
If for no other reason. Chamberlain's Salve
-..i...l hI -..rnt in *wr honnubhnMl nn a.
;~rP-:i " .
A surgeon was .Tpeslting a very un-
common case to his atudots anad in-
ished up as follows:
"This, gotI*, i Is a very rare to-
mor Indeed. In all my thirty year'
experience I have never come acro
oe like this, and you will ae me re
move it tomorrow."
"No. you won't" said the patient
"It that's all the experience you've had
of this sort of thing I'm going home."
The Magie Whirpeool.
Fill a gass tumbler with water,
throw upon Its surface a few frag-
ments or thin savings of camphor-
and they will begin to move and ac-
quire a motion both progressove and o-
tary, which will continue for acod-
rable time. If the water be touched
by say grasy substance, the coating
parties will dart back and, as If by
a stroke of magic. be instantly de-
prve of their motion and vivacity.
Etbel-Papa, If a lon should swal-
low me should I die?
Papa-Of course, dearly
Ethel-And should I go to heaven?
Papa-Being such a good little gir,
you certainly would.
Ethel-And would the lion have to
t Owlett-I had an awful time think-
Ing up an excuse to give my wife
when I got home from the club last
Ascum-Did she demand one?
Dwlett-Of course! 1 got home so
early it piqued her curiosity.-Kansas
Pearl-Their married life has been
one successlon of quarrels.
Ruby-Well, that was predicted in
the shower that followed the wedding
Pearl-The shower of old shoes?
Ruby-Yes. Some enemy threw a
pair of spats.
Eleanor-I understand that Grace
and Arthur were about the softest
couple that were ever married in this
Evelyn-I should say so! Why, they
were so soft their friends boiled the
rice before they threw it at them.-
"I felt so awfully nervous m..mmm,"
said little Angy the other day, refer-
ring to a trifing accident which had
"What do you mean by being 'nerv-
Sous.' my dear?'
"Why. mamma, It's just like being Is
a hurry all over."
It was night. They-he and she-
Swere sitting on the porch looking at
D the stars. "You know, I suppose." he
r whispered. "what a young man's priv-
t liege Is when he sees a shooting star?"
- "No." she answered. "I haven't the
I slightest Idea. There goes one!"-Chl-
e cago Tribune.
S Teacher-And what do you suppose
e all the animals did during those forty
Says in the ark? Smarty Williams-
They Jest loafed around and scratched
themselves. Sandy Toole (disdainfully,
d Chuck it. Smarty! What'd they
e scratch for when there was only two
e tleas? Bohemian.
- Mr. Bloombumper-My dear, you hayv"
e HII irritating habit of asking "Why?"
e after every statement I make. Now.
n won't you try to break yourself of th<"
habit? Mrs. Bloombumper-Wby. cer-
h tainly, my love. I'm sure I didn't know
I did. I'll certainly try to break myself
of the habit, as you suggest. But why'
st Bobby walked round and rnmnl th.*
n visitor and seemed to lbe inspectlng
^ her from all sides.
S"nWhy do you look at mte so. Bobby1,l, '"
s0 aid '.ie.
t "Mi:Itiim: s:aid you were two fti'd..
r but I ':;tn't find I,'it one." said P.ohhb
5 10 pm
7 '2 pmm
9 12 pm
11 18 pm
12 00 nt
12 01 am
12 35 am
12 49 am
07 o, am
vi') U am
tll ) am
$.1 ))> phi
9 20 am
10 a am
11 43 am
4 12 pm
6 15 pm
10 46 pm
7 50 am
10 50 am
IN EPFPCT APRII I4
I I -AIMy i I No. 7 '
9 MAIN LINE o. 78 |o S
Lv.......JacksonvTlll........Ar 7 '5 rim t S ul
Ar..... St. Aumnstine......Lv 610 pm 7
Lv FYot Palatk- lv .5 o04 m '
Lv.............Ormood_..........Lv t 21 pm 44' .
Lv.............Daytona Lv 307 p'm I 'I,
Lv.... New 2myrnao...........Lv 2 'ti. .
Lv...........Tltusvllle. ..........Lv i~14 pw 2.. r-
Lv (:oco Lv i 2.; pm 1 'r ,
Lv.........Rockl.. e-...........Lv 12 2 p I 4" aI
Lv Fau Gallie.............Lv 11 54 am 1 I I
Lv............Melbourne. ......Lv 11 44 am I ,:: am
Lv...........l. Pierce..............Lv 9s am I 15 pm
Ar..........West Palm Beach ..........Lv 7 3, am 9 U4 Ir.,
L.........Ft. Lauderdale.............LT S am 721 p:n
Ar Miami Lv 500 am 6 J I.rn
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Ar.............. Hofetead ............. Lv 2 10 m 2 ') pri
...... Ar.........Knight's Key Dock ...... Lv ................ ..... Io on am
tSundays and Thursdays only. ITuidays and Saturday .'ilv.
Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive
Palatka TO PALATKA Palatka
.. m '...........No. 46 DIaly ........... 5 5 am
6 m jI............No. 48 Daily........... 646am
9 am ............N. 50 Dally......... 945 am
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4 ', pm .. ....No. M Dally............. 4 25 pm
f, pm .......... .No. ~ Daily............ 5 pm
Snm ...........-No. .58 Daly.......... 7.', pm
b 56 am
11 15 am
PALATKA TO Arrive
EAST PALATKA paltk,
...........No. 7 Daily ........... 6 a1
...........No. 49 Daly ........... 2nm
......No. 61 D lly............ 1 3 am
...........No. 53 Daily............. 310 pm
............No. 66 Daily............4 5 prr
........No. 17 Dally............ 17 !' p
............No. U Dally............ .* n, ;
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LeaveI EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO Arrve
IEast San San Est
P- tk TO SAN MATEO mas Mateo EAST PALATKA Palaka
a ...........No. 49 DaIly............ 850 am 9(10 am ...........No. b0 Daily............ 2 aa
S...... M Daly........... 336 pm 340pJm .. .........No. 64 Daily........... tOI pm
o. No. 19 No. 17 MAYPORT No. 18 No.22 o. 24
I IalIy Daily Daily BRANCH Daily Daily Daily
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6to Ipijn 21 1 'm 1024 am Lv... 'ablo B
6 piI 4 2Ji-m 10 228am Iv.AllanticI
p n V"I bAm '14%am Ar ... Maypc
IL'I No. 2
v !v Isily OrageC1Y Brach Daily
S'k ex Sun. ex. Sun.
9'i W'm 9t(am Lv. L.New mnrrn A r. 1 i1 pm
jo 10.WAW I Li-. Lake Helen Lv.'1231 pm
...A;I:n lo.u;juam Lv. Orange oty Lv12 20 pm
to) pm' Im 1 )am ;Ar. Orange_ Cit7 yJe 121pm
ville...Ar 700 aam 2 pm ,6 s p
ech..Lv 620am 1140am s2) pm
heach.Lv 615am 11am 1 615 pm
irt... .Lv 600 am 11 am ,5' pm
Sm baseb 1 Daily
c ex. Ron.
Lv ThowSW iAr. 12 1 pm
Ar. bmdW4 Lq. 9 So am
ConIecUeM M made & a tlab I.,r Doef for ee er Wonma.
_ I II I
ie "T.ou:ter! Louder!" shrieked the del-
"G;eentlenn." protested the presiding:
officer. "I can assure you that the dis-
m appointment of those who can't hear
n Isn't a marker to the disappointment of
those who can."-Philadelphia Public
a Best Treatment for a Burn.
What is CASTORIA
sbtonris a harmle- mabsMtate Ar Cst-r Oil Pa-W
Coie, Drops and ""otlllg Syrups.I ISt h Plamt> I.
estalas neither Opium, Morphine anr other NarOtle
mubstamoe Its age st Is guarantee It destrea g W
and allays everishnes. It eres Diarrhmea ad WL
SColle. It relieves Teething Troubles, eires Ca-tiwesm
aad Flatuleney. It masimlate the Food, regulate the
Stomach sad Bowels, giving healthy and natural leep
The Children's Pamasa-The Mother's FrleMa
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Ben the gnatue o
The Kind You HaYe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
semuv. w inmI~lnav ISYi i g a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
The Trade supplied at the same wholesale prices
f. o. b. Jacksonville as charged by Spaulding on ship-
ments from New York. Save the freight
Send for Catalogue
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Kin Md Tom Uweav wap 3ugomt. m&whisk b- he
Ia = 0or vrS years9 0as %b th u t-L111 M
semi u inapwis sknc lblnq
A low sons to&dedve yOu Ib b .
AU Coinaterfoita Imrlntsms and "Jnueskrgoo are hL
3xplmselats thAi trile with wan eangor ,thehealth of
IMt Uand Jkllrem-Hapwmc ag~i.t--W Dzbsm
LOCAL TIME CARD No 75
&*FwfII a ImVI a r Ia
OiUailY except Sunday.
- - - -
V .r .r *' -
sitlItd htue tagt
- ITand where the am doth
LH16 grow strong sad
7B. L^ 2 4--t--
bdIoS w the Now South
SGrkat and Mrs. Fieds of In-
were h io p inr town PFri-
notton conducted arvices
w iht which were largely at-
S/Dixoi ad Mis Pet enjoyed
-g s -i at the Episcopal church Sun-
M. B. Holmea writes thatshe
J idm d them caribou in far-off
1Md Oibet is right boy these
4dW and nights impouviang horses,
Mak, eows etc.
U m May Davs is goodon choeo
Ste lidge, and mosquito smudge.
Ain't it a, 'Gator?
Mrs. J. C. Johnson hn returned
from a visit to DeIand, Braiden-
town and other points in Florida.
Mis Cora Davis will leave n a few
das for Steton, where she will re-
mea her studies for another year.
E ES.wimon of Sharps was in the
city Satrday. He is in bad health,
jut at this time, much to the regret
d his may friends.
Geore White is wearing a smile
that is "all wool and a yard wide,"
but Jim Hastings wears the smile
"that won't come of."
The papers chronicled the very sad
death of a pet at the home of Mrs.
Pattrson recently; well,,she has an-
other one now. We haven't learned
its name et, but it is said to be a
thoroughbred English terrier.
Mr. Wyatt Chandler and family
were in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Provost and Breese
are expected back from Asheville
Avocado pears and persimmons are
ripening. Both crops are light this
year but the fruit is very fine.
Mr. James Tuttle leaves this week
for a few weeks' visit in Georgia
among old friends and relatives.
Because of an accident to his gas-
oline engine, George Carter had the
pleasure of rowing all the way from
Artesia the other night.
Wildcats aregetting quite bold in
the south end of town. Last week a
cat took a large chicken from the
Carter door yard and beat off two
dogs that were after him.
Mr. Martin has been doing some
carpenter work on Dave Ramsey's
house at Lotus, and Capt. Ramsey
has been at work on the Richardson
house, which was put up last winter
on the river bank near the White
Work on the roads is finished for
the present, the men and team have
been working for C. D. Provost the
last few days, shelling the river road
in front of the store. As soon as the
roads are worn down a little the boys
will be able to use their wheels.
Mrs. Nelson spent Monday in Mel-
S. Tuten, of Sebastian, spent Sun-
day in town.
Mrs. Capt. Houston and Mrs. E.
C. Braddock spent Monday in Cocoa.
Mrs. A. R. Hodgson entertained
Dr. and Mrs. Macey Tuesday evening
Mr. Cox, of Palatka, arrived Mon-
day to accept a position as bookkeep-
er fr dge & Co.
UmF_ a 10 V_%_ V%,-
Dr. Mu. MaeOwr ipt a few
Swt eek at Malabar the gumi
S U MNms Arnold.
Mr. West, p J sonvill, has or-
IaD a rlar elm ad ,wil ive
IMi hium o mry Tuday evening.
Mr. C. HoLon, of Jackson.
vie, V w pmehdmd a t ret f land
wat of tow ad win move hhi
faly dwn in a few weeks
Mrs W. H. H. Gleaon left Mon-
day for Jacksonville on a visit with
baer site, Mrs. Dodge. Adelaide
Dodge accompanied her, after a very
plem nt vist here.
Eugene Mathers arrived Saturday
from Jacksonville, where he has been
atteing school, and has accepted a
position as foreman on the yard of
East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
Mr. Shull and family and Mr. Wal-
lace, of Melbourne, spent Monday
with Dr. and Mrs. Macey. A most
enjoyable day was spent, the occ&-
sion being their wedding anniver-
sary and Dr. Macey's birthday. The
party left in the afternoon for their
homes, wishing many returns of the
The patrons of the school and the
many friends of Dr. Macey regret to
learn that he has accepted the posi-
tion of principal of the senior high
school at Coeoa Dr. Macey served
the people here faithfully last year
and all wish him success in Cocoa.
Mr. Shull, of Melbourne, will fill his
place here. He comes highly recom-
mende d and he is bid welcome to our
To Be Happy
you must have good health. You can't have
good health if your liver is not doing itsduty
slow but sure poisoning is going o all the
time under such cireumetanes. Ballard's
Herbie makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keep the stomach and bowels right and acts
a a tonic for the entire system. 8old by Ti-
twaville Pharmacy and Baner Drug Store
Capt. L. E. Wilson spent Sunday
morning in town.
Guavas are ripe now and the house-
wives are busy making jelly.
Miss E. E. Mitchell,of Lemon City,
is the guest of her friend, Mrs. Lil-
Quite a number of our people at-
tended church in town Saturday and
Mrs. R. Baldwin and sons, Buren
and Lee, spent Friday morning with
Mrs. Masters and family.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Harrison and chil-
dren were the guests of Mrs. H. C.
Smith and family Sunday.
I Mrs. J. Z. Kyzer and Mrs. O. C.
Eansell were in town Wednesday
morning to see the doctor about Mrs.
Kyzer's baby, who has been ill for
the past few days.
Don't he afraid to give Chamherlaiu's Cough
Bemedy to your children. It contains no
opium nor other harafl drug. It always
cures. For sale by Titustille Pharmacy.
The St. Augustine Record states
that the charge against Harry La-
Roussalier for embezzlement has
been withdrawn and he is at liberty
again. At the time he was brought
back to the Ancient City to face the
charge his defense had not been
heard. His friends will be pleased
to learn that the matter has been
Howell Titus Seeks Damages.
Howell Titus, a former attorney
of this place, but for several years
residing in Chattanooga, Tennessee,
brought suit Saturday against L. D.
Webb, of Chattanooga. for $50,000
damages. A year ago Titus had an
agreement whereby he was Webb's
personal attorney and signed his
name to bonds. Webb alleged that
he withdrew this power of attorney
and that Titus signed his name to
bonds afterwards. For this he pros-
ecuted Titus before Judge S. D. Mc-
Reynolds, attempting to have him
disbarred. Titus won. Webb then
took the case before the supreme
court of the state. Titus now sets
up that he is being persecuted and
sues for malicious persecution, while
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A Lucky Herdman. (5ORRESPONAENTI-Empire Trust Company, 42 Bradway, New York City; The At-
A curious legend attaches to the dis- lantic National Bank of Jacksonville, Jcksonville, Florida.
cover of the marble of which pbesus
was bu Two rams of a herdsman TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
named Plaadorus fought while feed.-
lng on a bill. One of them the con-
test with hbi horn broke a crst of E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
the whitest marble. Th pealant run-
ning to his Ephesian llow citens
with the specimen, his price w re Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
celved with applause, and his usinadleproduceofallisWeaagentsfor. e ealy
was changed to "Evangelus" (Glver of Wa d plaeofol kid .m 8aont sfor MP' erIsr. We deal adJ
I n the above lines of goods, and soliciLt the trade of aWl aummre write U G ow @ a
Glad TMdi), and. the stone beingx- Grai and all Groceries. delivered at your static. E. L. BRADY A BO..TL .
esvated for Dianau' temple: divine
honors were subsequently paid Uo InW=
London 8trand Magw INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
Rootless Cateus of Calitoria.
Curiou among vegetable growths of n STAPLE A D C GROC
the mnew world and one which Is -el- APNgg8
dom seen of men Is the rootless cactus ------ -- -- at Cou wtitiv Price
of the California desert. This plant, a GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP OGn ASa, TO.
round, compact growth, rolls about the
level floor of the desert for some eigbt ALLENHURST, FLA.
or nine months of the year. tosed POSTOFFICE ADDRESS-- s USVILLE
hither and yon by the winds which
blow with fierceness over all of Call-
fornla's sand plat during those months.
At the coming of the rains, or, rath-
er, the cloudbursts, which sweep the
desert in Its springtime, this cactus
takes root wherever it happens to have
been dropped by the last wind of
which It was the playthlng and On-
mediately begins to put out all around
it small shoots, whlbh In turn become
cact, exactly like the parent plant
These yeung growth ncreas to sien
rapidly, sucking the moisture both
from the parent plant and from the
surrounding earth. The roots do not
penetrate the soil deeply, but spread
often over a circle whose radis is not
less than ten feet. These roots, too.
are small, but practically innumerable.
an* dAiha pt Pre nh iof moistr t and
D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. BPELL, sRgisted Pharmdt i
BANNER DRUG STORE
FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Etc.
Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock
an mey get evey mr ut uw mo ure a
plant food to be had In the territory Vm mX m
they cover.-Teehnical World Maga-
Are you just barely getting around by the
aid of crutches ora cane? UnleM you have
lost a limb or have a deformity-if your trou-
hie is rheumatism, lumbag.,, sprain, stiff
joints, or anything of like nature, use Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment and in no time you
can throw away your crutches and be as well
as anyone. Sold by Titasville Pharmacy and
Banner Drug Store, price, 25e, 50c and $1.00.
If you haven't the -time to exercise regn-
larly, Doan's Pegulets will prevent constipa-
tion. They induce a mild, easy, healthful
action of the howels without griping. Ask
your druggist for them. 35c.
East Coast Meat Market
G. F. DUJZN, AGENT
aFed and Sale Stabls
S SADDLE HORSES
of all kinds
BJ. I. OSBAI, Tituasille, Florida
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
F nd Lumber and Building Material
of all Kinds.
0. A. STEWART
I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention L
Robbins & Graham Co. LO
Paid-Up Capital $t5.000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
SASH, DOORS and BLINDS, PAINTS
In fact everything to build a house. Write for
special prices in carload lots direct from mill
THE FAMOUS W. W. THOMAS PLANTS
My plants are grown with the view of producing.
plants of the highest quality that will yield large crops of
fine berries-just the kind you should plant and the only
kind you can afford to plant. Strawberries are the most
profitable crop grown. Send for free catalogue of planttot
W. W. THOMAS, The Strawberry Plat In, -al1"11"6
Prices for Lumber
Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
Framing, dressed four sides $ 150
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