Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 9 11, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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8VILLE, FLA., FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 11, 1908


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ib her hom at Hmlowr maml ast

To tart your hirn teingfeed

.mam r D Sh lom
O Ownlm to the hn mt weather
SdBthe olt m os' a t -- lu to cow
lder thw lty dok quSleb s wa s
held Wednesday night.
|. Mr. G. . att left the first of
the week for his new loati on the
S ulfCoast. His family expects to
S llow the Irt Oetob&.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan went
S to Mandaro Tusday where they
p e their little Rooser, and
Meter Inns Robottom, in school.
Capt. Lansg, of the Hart Une o
Mbaner~s, aoanmpmed by.his iter,
Mrs. W. H. H. Gleamiefon h Guaie,
were am the gets of the Palm-
hurst Monday.
After an illns of several weeks
Mr.Ud. Morgamn is again at his post
with the Tt ile Pharmacy. Mr.
i 8.E. Rie, who was laid up at the


me time, has also resumed his
S usual avocation.
Major thylor and son, Wilson, re-
S turned home from their trip to the
Anciset ~ty on their motor boat
SMisdyhavgwing had a thoroughly
r enable trip. They paed the Lo.*
-llard houseboat at New Smyrna.
We return many thanks to our
friend, Mr. F. P. Ziy, for sending us
a collection of views of the grand
scenery in and about Colorado
Springs, where he and his mother
have been sojourning for a while the
pst month.
Prof. S. J. Overstreet arrived in
town Monday night from his home
in Sylvania, Ga., and is ready to com-
mence the fall term of the Titusville
high school next Monday as princi-
pal. His assistants, Miss Teeter and
Miss Miller, are expected to arrive
tomorrow.
The September examination of
teachers is being held this week in
the Titusville high school with three
whites and nine colored examinees in
attendance. The former comprise
Miss Eugene Stewart, of Brantley;
Miss C. M. Morse, :of Valkaria, and
Mr. C. E. Shull, of Melbourne.
On account of there being only
three families residing in Jupiter the
government has ordered the post-
office at that point abolished after
September 15, and the mails hereto-
fore going there will be left at Nep-
tune postoffice. This will work no
great inconvenience to the residents
of Jupiter, as Neptune is near by.
Our popular and accommodating
drayman, Mr. Henry Holten, is try-
ing to keep up with the rapid strides
Titusville is making in a business
way by having the best wagons tobe
had to do the hauling. He put two
new wagons on his dray line this
week and sayshe hopes they will last
until the business demands.an auto-
delivery car.

Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
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Boys' Clothing

Our all lie of bos' school and
dO uitsw e here ready for you
17iter kniqk ble sere straipet



foot In all the latest styles, at the
m reMaonabl priem.
WINSTON S. BANNING
THE CLOTHING STORE
Tusv ille, Florida.

eBusines Office Moved.
When the Pritcbett Bros. bought
out the interest of. the Battle
Bro. In the Tituville Lumber Co.,
veral weeks ago, the businessoffice
wa located in the Indian River hotel
until other arrangments weremade.
Snee then they have had a commo-
di and conveniently arrange
office building erected on their own
land near the mill, and Tuesday af-
ternoon and Wednesdfy morning
the office fixtures, along with the
paraphernalia and accoutrements of
i the head clerk, draughtsman, book-
kepers, typewriters, porters, etc.,
were removed to the new building,
in South Titusville, where they can
hereafter be found during office
horse.
Experiences with Rattlesnakes


Running into the house crying and
telling its mother that "Buddie's got
snake and I want one too," caused
Mrs. Paul Melser, who recently re-


moved from Haulover canal to the
Joyner place, west of town, to step
into the yard and find her 4-year-old
teasing a furious rattlesnake with a
3-foot lath. The mother aid not
faint at the sight but forthwith pro-
ceeded to dispatch that snake instant-
ly. It had two rattles and a button.
On his way home in the south-
wqptern suburbs, Monday night, Mr.
August Nelson heard the rattles and
saw a snake strike at the same time,
but he didn't stay long enough or
even look back to see ow large it
was or how many rattles it had. But
one promise he made himself, and
that is to go homq before dark here-
after.
Editor Sparkman Moves to Perry
H. C. Sparkman, who has for some
yearspast published the Wauchula
Telegram, DeSoto county, has sold
his subscription list to the Wauchula
Advocate and will move his printing
plant to Perry, Taylor county, where
he has purchased the good will of
the Perry Herald, which plant was
recently destroyed by fire, and will
move his plant to the latter place.
The people of Taylor county can con-
gratulate themselves upon Editor
Pound being succeeded by such an
able journalist as Mr. Sparkman. -
Gainesville Sun.
Mr. Sparkman once followed the
"art of all arts" in Titusville and
won his charming helpmeet, the
daughter of Mrs. Kate Myers, while
residing here.


For Sale.
A few barrels of pure, sa
metto honey. Write for pi
Palmetto Apiary, Henry B
Titusville, Fla.
Auction Sale
J. R. Walker & Co., S
night, Sept. 12th, 1908.
Made a Man of Him


aw pal-
rices to
enecke,


saturday


A man once prominent in business
and social circles had fallen to the
lowest depths of degradation when a
relative placed him in the Keeley In-
stitute and he is now back in his for-
mer class, successful and respected.
fonr dotiilAel and onfindantial infr.


LATEST WBIS

SAND INCIDENTS

hP i Ihn itoA tP heetat
Tmil lHm ul Thm
Dr. Millr, Dentst, Tits
County Treasurer John Henry is
having a small annex built to his
house on Palm street.
Dr. H. G. Utley left on the early
train Monday morning for a vacation
of two week, which he will spend-in
North Carolina.
Mr. Nelson Spoke, a popular fire-
man for several years past on the F.
E. C. railway, died in the hospital at
St. Augustine, last week,o after a
short illness.
Messrs. Leon Wilson and Geo. W.
Hanford made the round trip to Day-
tona Sunday in the latter's motor
boat, spending two hours in the
Fountain City.
Little Marguerite Norwood was
made vepy happy Saturday night
when she secured the beautiful and
costly table linen which has been on
exhibition at Miss Gruber's sewing
rooms in THE STAi building.
Mr. R. A. Bobbett, of Cocoa, ac-
companied by his young friend, Mr.
Braden, from Kentucky, called at
THE STAR office Tuesday. Mr. Bob-
bitt has contracted to run the school
wagon from Cocoa north the coming
scholastic year.
Mr. W. B. Duncan, of New York, of


Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, SEPT. 14, 1908.
Ladies' nightgowns trimmed with
erab w oidery and embroidery insertion
worth i1.50, Monday's special $1.19.
Another lot worth $1.25, special at
99 cents.
dies' underskirts trimmed with
four rows of lace and dust ruffle,
special Monday for $1.9.
Another lot with clusters of tucks
triunmed with embroidery, special at
$L19. Another lot worth $1.00 for
69 cents.
Ladies' chemises truimed with em-
broidery and lace, worth $1.00 for9
cents. Another lot worth $1.50
trimmed with four rows of lace in-
sertion, worth $1.60, special Monday
for $.19.
Ladies' drawers, trimmed with
clusters of tucks, special for 29 cents
Ladies' fast black hose, worth 50
cents per pair, special Monday three
pair for o ..
Ladies' tape girdles, all sires with
hose supporters, special 50 cents.
Ladies fancy belts, Persian pat-
tern, just received, worth $1.00, spec-
ial Monday for 69 cents.
Ladies' black heatherbloom under-
skirts with clusters of tucks and em-
broidery eyelets,aust like silk. worth
$1.75, special Monday for $1.29.
Ladies' Merry Widow sailors, extra
quality of straw, the latest thing,
worth $2.50, Monday for $1.75.
New ginghams arriving daily, suit-
able for children's school dresses and
ladies' shirt waist suits, special for
123 cents.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JUuUS KUNE,
Titusville, Florida.


LOCAL GOSSIP

AD PERSONALS

SmtiN liot tle heP l of lt-
ilse u The CmH eauo
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when you come to
Titusville.
The young men of the town ten-
dered a complimentary dance to the
visiting young ladies last night atthe
opera house.
Leon Wilson disposed of his motor
boat Oriole to G. W. Scobie, Sr., last
Saturday, the latter will use the boat
in his fishing businm.
The new Methodist orphanage will
be located at Enterprise and will be
a home for destitute children main-
tained by the Methodist church in
Florida.
Judge D. L Gaulden arrived Mon-
day morning, business calling him to
his office here for a few days. His
family is stopping at Seabreeze at
present.
New frames for drying out the
fish nets are constantly being erected
along the city dock, the last being
put up this week just east of the G.
W. Scobie fish house.
J. B. Magruder has returned to
Orlando from the western horse mar-
ket with twenty-seven head of fine,
City broke livery horses. He reports
the prices on good stock as very high.
Mr. George F. Ensey, of Tropic,
spent a part of Saturday and Sun-


the firm of W. J. Duncan & Co., com- Lightning Strikes at Night. day in town, the guest of the Myert
mission merchants, and son of the late Betwen 12 and 1 o'clock Tuesday cottage. THs STAR received a pleas-
W. J. D .an, is in town looking after morning lightning struck the resi- ant call from Mr. Ensey Saturday
the orange business which Yor the put dence of Mr. J. S. Snowden, near afternoon.
thirty years has been so successfully South Lake, but fortunately did but .
managed here by his venerable father. little damage beyond frightening the Ifthe train is not too crowded,
THS STAR received a pleasant call fo inmates. Mrs. Snowden and five of this afternoon, Mr. Fred Wright will
Mr Duncan yesterday.her children were sleeping in the take his 260 lbs. avoirdupois to At-
Mr. Duncan yesterday. second story of the house when the lanta, Ga., where some of his family
Miss Allie Gilmore, who has been bolt struck and Mrs. Snowden says will gather in a few days for their
on an extended visit here to Mr. C. it seemed to raise the south end of
A. Gardner and wife, returned to the house from tile ground. As soon annual reunion.
her me in A a Mondawhere as possible after recovering from the Mr. Ford, the new ice man, was
her home in Alabama Mondaywhere fright the lady lit a lamp and hurried called to Selma. Ala., Wednesday
she will resume her profession as to look after the children. Finding
teacher. Miss Gilmore made many them unharmed she proceeded to in- by the serious illness of his mother.
friends here who will be pleased to vestigate the damage done and found His wife arrived Tuesday afternoon,
have her r n. a hole in the roof of the south gable, not knowing of the sad news uhtil
have her return, the stairs scorched, one of the stair- she reached here.
A supersedeas bond was filed in posts splintered, the kitchen utensils
the case of Sanhez, et al vs. Dal- set and the pictures on the floor. A. M. Stead, of Enterprise, called
the case of acTheez, et al. vs. Dal- only evidence of fire was a ball at THE STAR office Wednesday. He
lam, et al., defendants, last month, of cotton thread which had been is representing the State Life Insur-
and the body of land advertised in knocked from a dresser to the floor Indianaolis the
THE STAR at sheriff's sale for Sep. and set on fire. The family stayed pan of Indianapolis ., p0,
member rule day, Monday of this up the rest of the night rejoicing company that has just paid $10,00
week, has been postponed subject toover their escape to Mrs. Sallie C. Carter, of Hurds,
week s been ostponhe sume be- C rch Fla., on insurance carried by Barnie
action being Gken on the same be-hurch Notes A. Carter, her husband.
fore the supreme court of this state. Dean Robottom will officiate in St. Mr. Fererria died yesterday after-
Mr. L. R. Decker showed us the Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday, noon at the residence of his step-
plans and specifications for the repair September 13th, at 11 a. m., and in
onrepair St. Gabriel's church, Titusville, on daughter, Mrs. Collins, after a pro-
of the county jail Monday, just be- Sunday evening at 7:30. Everybody longed illness, surviving his wife,
fore presenting the same to the is cordially invited. who passed away August 12th, just
county commissioners for their ap- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on 29 days. Deceased had followed the
proval. The plans are complete in Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30 fishing business for a number of
every detail, and as the board will a.m., and at Titusville at 7:30p.m. years here. The funeral will take
advertise for bids, there should be Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Rev. Herman G. Porter. District Su- place today.
no doubt but that a close price can perintendent, will hold quarterly meet- Dr. E. H. Armstrong, of Jackson-
be made for this work. ing at Melbourne Sunday, September
13. Basket dinner will be served on ville, the well known and popular
A cullud lady fishing off the old the grounds. The launch Lena will be eye specialist, filled his engagement
railroad dock, Monday afternoon, run om City Point to Melbourne and here last Friday and gave relief to
return. All are invited to bring a bas-
had her modesty shocked at the sight ket and come for an all-day service. A many patients. The doctor's prac-
of some small boys bathing minus flag at your landing will hail the boat. tice warrants his n making frequent
even sheath gown and reported the Launch will leave Melbourne immedi-rofessional trips to this place in the
even a sheath gown and reported the ately after the afternoon service. The i profesional trips t, this place in the
matter to the marshal. The boys launch will leave City Point at 6:3 a. m. future, which will I, announced in
were hauled up before Mayor Wil- Sunday. Everybody welcome and a THE STAR in advance of his coming.
large crowd expected. ..
son, given some good advice and as-arge crowd expect
sessed five and costs each. The fine Gun Repair Shop. Auction Sale
was remitted, however, during good Guns stocked and shotguns re- Saturday ight, St. 12th, 18.
behavior, bored. All work guaranteed.
HENRY BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES Clothing
Steering wheels and boat cushions Ladders! Ladders!! We will put on sale about 500 pairs
Fruit jar, bberastand cases Just received, carload of ladders. men's trousers in all the new and up-
StopLeak Sticks for boats and roofs Straight ladders for orange pickers, to-date patterns, prices ranging from
Copper tacks, galvanized screen Extension stepladders for orange $2.50 to $5.00.
Water-proof bath tub enamel pickers, Extension ladders for paint- Men's clothing -blue serge suits
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e-a ntmearlS .l twe tto r a blek eamnt tie adati, brickL etho
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W r tn bad ontar To con atret the buidl n 7 5.000 nalse
-a b brought wittf he wll have to be dravn. a000 fwet of
aaiti the o rby tene r .tm Ittambe r cut ans d dotted. 12.000 shingles
S sellw sa o eto all three tad hmer put on the roof. 6,000 laes used to
1- and t s rse tw atmake thetra wallS75 T3 r of plaster
*c 'te rit h-spe wd and several allon@ of paint
asked.
Utsat t1heo hMead da cometent artKtat s. f ea
at wbas ca k thunds tme away, The carpenters will have the tframe.
tudiL Mr.g upcatCapmans workt raied almost before the stone
nt t Mr.l aa 'Mima nmi f mas ons have completed the foundas
h rhea lo t e"actimo ap i ton. Tbe sihtanem wll be potting a
the a ort then Nat w am tai roof over the beads of tha worklmen
i ido rbd wblak gmWr In ft M before the Inside rooms have a tangl-
so INVe twer k ofter tfdro tbra n-bla e hape. The lathers will be hbs-.
SIt--- rno th o ttwad fi at eh ce tl au the igs Attier and electric wiretr
St s tti for a right of way on the iside walls.
5ft A 55 L o i the 91WdL The painters will follow the carpls-
Mr pmean sheeto a hbd. alkes a pn-
Mt', op bor t eveab tmake saters on the outside and erowd them
eagchda l l tb hert tavr aphill to nall on tbe weather boards
Sth1-gs idit the bitrd lw In Its
at thb t thoe wbehm It and keep out of the way of the paint.
m tt tlewe behold ItThe stair builders will claim a clear
-ltae it as ae .likhe e the or- ea
gsed It as te depa the or-track against all ladders. The plumb.
1 10It of plate they e .eraets will have their work done ais soo
(awoo as dft Ipos to eeted as the carpenters put down the eoors
vme Yewas ne a fr ieaof Mr. and cut holes to let them through.
spead as oved bhim a photoroph hYe The lumber used these days is sea.u
a"d auei of an eagle' aest high up soned and does away with the old
eka a iedg oa tbe nomeant wlateds. It
asM bee iaen eRocky amount to dItashrinking process time killer. A quick
a pituraleque and Mr. Chapman finish coat on top of the plaster puts
to obtte ain ftIt PIossiblethe finishing touches inalde of the
TeI opportualty never cme until a
t a hevr am il romoum Instead of the old drying.
oe" was scores of mile from the
amo.and ths distance wi travel FOWNES, THE WHIP.
tl Mr. Chapman and his artist to a
Ielte sbooner. When he nrobed 8ide Lights on One of America's Beot
t vilctadty of the place theiy ared Four-in-hand Coach Driver ;
ttf thine e whom they expected to Charles K. Fownes. for many yearst
ea wars a hundred mlie a way. the best whip in the United States.
sanding up cattle. Mr. Chapman's who died recentl" at his home in New
ed had Iven him a number of York city. wa.s the yountgest o(f sxteeu
phe0Agrphs of the section, and wirt children. He was the son of the well
tLh aid at thesI ti0 lict was located ktlownJ "'allddy'" Pownes andt was l)wrn
see yers atr the frst photograph in E',=l:and .Maiy 15. 187,. Hie cnme to
had benl tllauien a r a two days' the I'"lltd .tates sli a driver hi 180taI
Illch. For all that the nest and the ",, d at ,.!n,,,. ft:ll,lishedl his reputantlon
eI(vbameit showed no human being :: .,,a o~ at the utional ho:- e show.
had bens there rsltce the C'hicago man 1 hIer:, !:e ,hr,,ve ring. a'otud the men
latt, and the nest was in an excellent w ho .:. ,vol::ly hel the p:h on
late of preservation. The mother t ,.,:, .,
eagle had called to her aid a variety .. :ver:tee c,,.,:'er it a,;eared
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.HUMMOCKS FOR AUTOISTS.
lan to tep Speedin by Reeldess
Driver,.
Hummocks built of concrete about
one foot ilgh and located about 150
feet on either side of grade crosalng
is the latest device suggested to p-
vent speed craed automobllists who
race over the macadamiaed roads and
across grade croaasngs of Long Island
from endangering the lives of them-
selves and others.
This device of using hummocks was
brought out at a conference held be-
tween Alfred J. Eno. president of the
Long Island league; Ralph Peters,
president of the Long Island railroad;
A. R. Pardington. president of the
Long Island Motor parkway, and John
L. Webb. chairman of the committee
of safety of the Long Island Automo-
bile club. the other afternoon. Without
previous discussion on the subject it
appears that the Investigations of all
concerned had brought them to favor
the hummock plan. It is in successful
Uae In Babylon. When one of these
hummocks looms up the driver of the
machine must either slow down or
run the risk of smashing the springs
on his machine If not a more serious
breakdown.
In the course of his remarks Presi-
dent Peters said there were 429 grade
crosslugs on the Long Island railroad
and that It would be impossible to
place a watchman at every crossing.
Further, be said that at many of the
dangerous crossings where e be had men
stationed it was like waving a red flag
in the face of a bull to try to atop
the reckless speeder.
Mr. Peters said his company was
wlllihng to bear half the expense of
building g the proposed hummoocks. and
Mr. Eno stated that be would put him-
self In communication with the league
ild pIro.i', e that it It ,ar the other half.
It'. v,.n" of tetiing the iiihummrnock plan
aft'l thit funds have IbeLe obtained a
few expelrlietal ones will le built.

MOUNTAIN CLIMBING DOG.
Left Behind, Ho Followed Master's
Trail to Mont Blanc's Summit.
Mhit lI:L itC \ as climllbed the other
d;ay ,by a dog,. *i youUrg St. Hertard.


wider rfewarLab,'e circunmstumnees savvy.
a special cable nii'pavtch (row Geueva.
Switzeriau:d. The owner of the dog.
Leuool~ d Tairrn:. a few days ago
(llrnl*ed 4Mont Blanc with the Rus-
si:ait : 124ront'iiner Stephatnie. leaving the
tIe d ann rriv'"l att the "mn1uizuIt Eit
Mlonu ~tut I ithe*)t her (*v(nn-lilI.exlaui-t
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b a buffalo's born, this. too. In a see- .', :-er rh-,; :,i,.1 t.o1 e teen on the road
tio where Mr. Chapman says there ,;i the 'h w'rli,:. ':.t to thi <;etrts
am not been a buffnal In twenty years. '., i.:-'. ;... r r,,It.tl,.,..I i.-. w:
Not only can thnt nest. with the 't .* d or :,.*rv. -e atles and all the rublilsih twhrih the ..*.. .' :o I. : :;:; : hIr..
eagle had employed. lie (s. n in tile i' i. i :r' ,of it ; ", . I
Imueum, but the ledge o:1 v'llich it .. ; -'. .l.. :v.i\ r'.,
was found has b en reprntileed. awil ', ,': .' ., ".. irt ,f
the artist has painted in the h:ck :, .* '. ,, .* : .,. t,
ground. v .. [i ;l *\.r *,,\.,I :,;; r>', Mr. Chap!uanu prides hiimsefi ou a ;... z !:. :ns i p(t. 'exet :'.,hi. .'y
certain groulpng of r.-',dh: rd.4. The i, -:.:' in I lid In t ':i ;t li;
scene thil time is a m:irhli iu Virginia :t ,h4i:i:'-.,..ri.:t(i-. ct" I;I m iy r.lnt.il
There are the wild oatsl. the (ent lemon. z..,l ,l. !er' It w:4s Ii tinies,*. that
the tuckahoe. and through it all runs a h'e -re<'!':ed. llis wrist lil:y iw.ts u
tiny stream of setrnurny tulirh water. a p,*rlb IIF, :ir-irs r wr ,* lo:utl se.n ** i
typical marsh druin or nlliloe. :;ive except wvhon h:ndlini the whip.
SA few day, ago several y,' ng wo :lil11 ,i 411 ,,n11y 'rolli tt. elbluw. a; ,l
men were pass.ngL. lHt. attracted to c i:int.Tj r !io i 'I ir,',Itaitcels he
the blrdn in the marsb, stopped Illn *t'i 'i~!'" ;i, ;i( id of the! Ilc.;ilrs in ;:
front of the Kroup. fo'.r with .*:-e. It :.', thii. *.',iihiie.l
"That's pretty good." said one. "but -vi'h lhii tl:'.t ;ecur II. in j'ldliin di<
I don't see why the museum author ta:ice :IalI hl. renair:'-.i1e .r:ace, ind
ties allow that dirty water to stand ,I.iWe. Whi-h .h :dle 11:1i the greatest
there like that. You can ameIl it clear dri\. ;- of Ihii time i;l il e 'niteil Statx-s.
through the glass case. and I should if not :ib.-ti.,
think It would be unhealthy." She ,
was speaking of a celluloId prelrir:- SKYSCRAPER SCHOOL
tlan used as a water substitute which SYSRAPR L.
bas no odor at nil.
The wild torakey t g ll from the Chicago to Have Fourteen Story Struc-
ture With Radical Methods.
mountulns of V.iet Viriluia is partic- h4 to hae tbe h
ularly atir-;t; x.* Not only are there hidingig i tho lhv' the laeslitt sch~
Sie speci',iius of wil! turkeys there. hutlling i!: t!e 'Ui:te S tlte*. It will
nr .ke-I-. n~ot ht .iwi.u v .In-* le fo u*rteen i tries bi;I :I'd will hOtsew


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ThgM et w lp a t h oas Miler, U
f em the o atCl o the Nt w d-a1Y ,
a eat ceuly pala in hege het
sa a the wjun at the water
t e the odd leebhs ishoem ao
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SaW b a .d tha te w wMA l wt and ae
death 4 W"ib se wemes ame tabhe
iae a pee aite lver.
The whse dtene s Iee a to p
at e t do pamN t ot ao were
ofe 10 meu s at shrg ame maern
te to the e ar o The la r
ast tbeam heta deudrk co atew at
the r i et the rwaud mst a ma
.Itsn wy hrmeam n t- es- with an
man of ler- s a nd brahmee picks up
the heavy buosa, swig them over Bthe
Oee n pla them in thee water.
Dews alathe desa hld meo the

au ed togesh r to pre t their oevl
log and an endlem as a taklae ,
on the de ck at pe ciat chans, belt
anod Mwa to bea strao awy rw the
orpw %e a e te ee sad the ma-
,sbhwe an b bnW &M screw. a
aothe a0 Wg art r h the ear aod
2emy.,
SThe udertak a of the se little aeps
doa maulng when eme considers their
lse. The aemtenes am io feet over
all, wth a beam at 30 feet w ad ak
Stotal gflaemnt of atnly 0 twete.
Tben li thIps an tevm smaller. Nm
est over a and have a pacem at
of er ton. The engs o Of'a the itd
ers are triple expansIon, witha twin
sews. and those of the lightships are
simple ad single screw.
Tet they are to set out on a journey
of 14.000 miles through the perilous
strait of Magellan an and around and
up to the upper part of the Pacie

Amerlec the Imesautt feet will make
its way through smythe's chapel,
Just or Peru, coming out'at the gulf
of Pena, taking the ame route that
the destroyers took in the trip last
year.
The ships will go under their own
steam )all the way. and although the
hikers and all available tspae have
been utilized to store coal, even to the
temporary bulkbeading of the cow-
panlon ways. leaving only a narrow
passage to the engine roow, many
stops will have to be made for coaling.
Captain Werts, who I. the naval of-
fcer in command of the feet, expects
to have a cruising radius of 2.700
miles with the extra coal by keeping
a steady gait of Tig knots. whicb has
ben found to be the most economical


speed of the lightships.
Eveu with this wide radius the fleet
will stop at Porto Rico, Barbados. Per-
* nambueo, Bratl; MonteVideo. Uru-
guay: Sandy Point and Valparalso
hbile; Callao. Peru; Acapulko, Mexico,
and at the coaling station near La
Paz, in southerm California. There
the ligbtshlp for the Sandwich Islands
will leave the feet and make her way
alone.


Nor Kdmnped S By.
taking m ing" aghet Be
meer eof the rwa boey, "omet-hi
S to be doe about this kidnapla
a le by older wmea. Toue o I
have no Jewelry o, that 1 never wear
It. Wl, wat till I tell you. My beau.
tttal boy, ust twenty, began to wait
o a woaas of thirty-lve, who led him
late marrying er. After they had
bee married a day or two my baby
boy-he was nothl else-came to me
heartbroken, saying he.didn't want to
be maried. Do you suppose I drove
i away from me? No. I kept
hm at home and comforted him. And
what doe his middle aged wife do but
ue e for alenating his afectloas.
That I why I can't wear my Jewelry.
While te sit s pending If she caught
me wearing It She could take It away
from e. Y. That's one of the
lovely, just rule bare nl New York."-
New York Pnas
Heavy Settin.
Not a title of the btting takes place
m th turf nowadays Lhat existed in
.wht s known as the "Hastings era."
The plunging that took place on Her-
ata sDerby ha never been equaled
la te annals of the race. The Mar-
qui of Hastings lost over $00,000
ad Laod Stamford almost a much.
r JOsp Hawley lost over 2P0,000
n Me bet through backing his horse,
The Palmer, against Hermit, for that
amount with the owner of the latter.
Wah Hermit was knocked down to
Mr. Chaplin as a yearlig at the El-
tham atud auction for 6000, Mr. C.
J. Mary bought the very next lot led
teo the sale rin for a similar sum.
This horse e ebristened w *arkstr
He backed hiso purchase against that of
Mr. Chaplin with that gentleman 'or
$60000 In the blue ribbon of 1T7, and
be lost his wager by the narrow mar-
gin of a neck.


-- -m m=.,..m

14=1 te -In 6 y0 N. At tfd0e

mith V who ad Sa ietI thee b -lI
bmntoo add haklu tha r *rdS M Y
busia e d hadl beme very a-
mare* s ad lalstm al. In lM the
Datb aest sited p the Thames,
blew p the tort at Sheirems, set fir
to C tham and bured same sip a
the ins. This eatgs the great
coosteartlem la Ledom, -peaally
amon thoe who had latrwad thel
msone to the beakers, tfr t wae
known that the latter had advanced
larle sums to the king for pblLe per-
poes, and It was rumored that now
the king would not be able to pay the
money. To quell the peaal a royal
proclamation wa Issued to the affect
that payments by the exceequer to the
bankers would be made, as usual. In
1671 then was another ran on the
London banks, when Charles II. shut
up the exchequer and reed to pay
the bankers either principal or Inter-
eat of the money which they had ad-
vaced. On this occasion many of the
banks and their customers were rule.

Bet the World Afrds.
'It gives me anbsnded pleasre to recom.
end Beklem's Armies slve," mys J. W.
Jeekisn, of Chapel Hill, N. C. "I am con-
vineed t's the best salve the world afbrds It
cured a felon on my thumb, an it meverkils
to heal every so, bror r wound to whih
it is applied. se at the Banner Dreg store.

A New Vehle.
"Is Mr. Bromley no" asked the
caller.
"He is not, sorr." Pat answered o-
litely. "Sua he won't be n till 4
o'clock or mebbe after."
"Wher's be gone"
"He went to ride In his interim,
orr."
"His what'
"His Interim. 'Tim a tony name for
buggy, Fm thinking. Half an boor
ago Mlshter Bromley says to me. 'Pat,'
ays he. 'I'm ixpletin' Mishter Dobbs
here some time this afternoon, but I
gums be won't be after gittin' bere yet
awhile, so '11 go downtown in the In-
terim.' An' with that be druv off In
his buggy."-Llpplcott's Magazine.
Reeaniaed Him.
Blinks after invitag his friend Jinks,
who has Just returned from abroad, to
dinner is telling him what a fine mem-


Abeut Your Lugae. ory his little son Bobby has.
"What slovenlyj luggar' And t! "And do you suppose be will remem-
traveled man fixed on h untraveled ber me?" sid Jinks.
fried an amused frown. "Slovenly "Remember you? Why, he remem-
lugage doesn't matter here in the hers every face that he ever saw."
United States," e said, "for It is nev- An hour later they enter the house,
or with us, but abroad your luggage and after Jinks has shaken hands with
will be as much a part of you as your Mrs. Jinks he calls Bobby over to him.
hat or boots. It will ride on cabs with "And do you remember me, my little
you; It will enter hotels with you; it man?"
will surround you In the railway ta- j "Course I do. You're the same feller
tons as you await your trains. Abroad that pa brought home last summer, and
people go in for smart and expensive ma was so wild about it that she didn't
luggage with the same pride as for fne speak to pa for a whole week."-Lon-
clothes. Their kit bags and boxes of don Express.
leather are polished for every journey I


like a pair of brown shoes. The brass-
work of their costly trunks Is bur-.
nished till It shines like fresh gold.
Abroad with that four dollar trunk
and that gray canvas telescope valise
you'll be as much ashamed of yourself.
my boy, as though you had a red patch
on the seat of your trousers."


German Government.
Mince l7l .all the state of Germany
have beeu grouped, under the emperor
as head. Into a federation somewhat
similar to that of the United States.
There are two houses of assembly-
first the upper house of the federated
states, known as the "federal council"
tbundesrathi. the members of which
represent the individual states in pret-
ty much the same way that our seua-
tor represent their respcti-tive states.
except that the number comiuig from
each state is not uniform. .as with us.
but apportioned, and, second, the lower
house. or house of commons of the'
re:tllm reichst;i,. elected for thlrete
years by h:tillot of all male Germansa
over twent1-one years of age. In the
ineantit.e each (;ernaian stale hlais its
own local constitution and local go.-
ernmuent, as Is the case with the states
of the Almericnn I'nin. New York
Altericau.
The Marathon Race.
The oti;;iu u' hi Maeliranthin rave-"?
Wlhich o us doess IrIn killv it by
heart?' But it uay lie vise to re-
hea:rse it. iKnow Ltheu that wbeu the
vali ut (;ret'ks had sweptt the lteld of.
Marathon their first tliiotillt was toi
get the news hioule. They sousghlt a
fleet .courier and found bhiml inl the
person of a warri-,r Iwho h:td fought
all day aigtiinst the invadinu I'ersians
and wl.o \:as .'even 'ilen it-li tin from
his exert!oii. Thioi I uie was ncy toot
proud to, I, ietl:O.;: u 'iicsse ger lnt-
deed. who woiluld 14l l.'ee? And at the
word be was "off. ,only diin ;ilA lbe ring
himself of his heavier armor. His


One Lone Ladybug's Good Work.
To one lone ladybug Is due the de-
struction of the San Jose scale, which
did millions of dollars' damage to the
fruit trees of California. When the
iest had become a positive menace, the
department heard of a species of bug
In north China which was fatal to the
scale. A large number of the bugs
were procured, but all were dead ex-
cept one when they reached this coun-
try. This one insect was taken to
Washington aund Iecame a ward of the
-overnment. She rewarded her keepers
by laying about 5.<110 eggs. In an In-
credibly short space of time she had a
flourLshihg family of several billions.
and the reign of the scale was oveCr-
Van Norden's Magazine.
Thirsty For Knowledge.
"Now. children." said the history
teacher ill iher most impressive manner,
"I. wish you to renewmler that the time
to ask liicestious in my class is when-
ever anything Is said which you wish
explained. LDo not wait until the time
comes for recitation and then com-
plain that you did not hear or did not
understand when 1 talked."
"Yes',m." chorused the scholars cheer-
ful!y.
"'Very well." said the teacher. "we
will ,bgin today with .James 1. *'h,)
eaurn.e ;fer lrli7.zaltlb."
The new -chblar raised his band.
"What is it'" asked the teacher gra-
clo'lsly.
"What made him come after her?"
asked the new scholar eagerly.

A Burglar in Town
hi i .tin L4 "lhail idolilh." lie ildom-n t .arr
fir g.il ,,or silver but hII will *-t(al yviur health
away. If he :tlppi r:rs in yiouir iu-e .arrest
him at oilert-witli Ballatrd's florerhuutd Syrup.
it IllH. IIIa.*n ce',llnlllmiption if yi ,u don't. A
I(ire fr;,r all ci-,tiughs. 'ihild anid cheft trtnahle.
Prict.- 2*-. .kt' andi $ l(ol per bIttle. S.el by
Titusville Phlarmacy anid Banier I)rug Store.
.StCti eantchec il two f nlilte%: t

que4t.- leuwarked the geutlenian.
"However, it you arn. iu waut or someU
Willi-%. iidw here's ait hal eae v li ftor
you. iBut (lid ylld 3)1 1sfrlis't rie Ut I 311 Y
asS~t.'l fur 1paymient n ow?"Y
-oh Ju.o. sorr.- arit, ieit IPat. lolkl
ii:-. twe hull' vnmii. im:t (irn'iamhvin'
hefre' towurrow.'


A Traveling Man's Experience.
A hti telleu my x erivievre-e emil 1a ca.-
1Hu.,ia i t & ). I R &tr. R il. RretIri h'i-ii(lcl
t4- 1,.-;raid. (re-." **writes Sau jA. I ati i'cr
well kuseewia tr:ave-lim aii:uii. A wie-iitiic
elllIiki;ig de-p rtincuitI t iti n i. thle- 14 O-i -
ill acli el iwhe- ctci I- te l ti-014111 i te ( 'ct jilt-I tile'
( 1'QChmah:ideitctam e fack and % ai, .'flicere- k'a
W411e 1 eaa mjaick ii ate' cle-.itt iltilt- ae-'sr.'- I at *,zace-
gait ull. : waei et iout. ftual iheiir ve-rv61 wthV tI
ci-mp cclic; her lasidsm aimi 314 We're' ci .V I a iw
u13)-o S)'U('hi itulriit-tIh'ai, ouidwithi
A 'h..th-like cu,k on her fie'e'. Twci tci tfrev-
laielic- ,uwre workiiia with ehar sani ,':gi;.% m h'-r
whainky I Wei-t to .11 uit ea.w; :1114ta g.-L IaV
bc* ttlii of I hlalilerli-di ii' t ii L. I(i le- lt ii
I lj5a ic%& laRuimcd *yteI nevier t eiVo. It %%ith.-tit it
nati ite the' wat,.r tauk. put a leeUiu.I 'I-,-. oi
le itilt- iu i liemeill thet pouried -ici %%ui, i te r
;ijtcc it jawl sti rredh it 'w"itlh A it-ic i-ic I ico
oleait-a tiaaie tv get.thet lt- tcl i l eti It- mh' L %9 11
t-. her. but I sm-o e'ee-uihee. I eeuij it 'ia. e ,
zhe- ettfect micd I wi'rkkm-s Iwitit hr. -ri, ru iii
her hmlnaes. tand tt i:!taihimite.-,.I tV'hci tei
iLther donw. By tims~ tiiut- wv wert ;it,~1i~lo
L64.raitete-. where I w.tA., tleat e tie I t a~ ii. I
gi ti ite- ecttle- t it. 0 hti l h i Ia t'. l iit, ,-'ei ill
c .' anliehe-r iloase ,ia u Id 1w nIevilede. hilt l)Y


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reva. to me there now as bom
wr m ot aer sea -yea' servi In
ordinary Iatanwce schb a eqabult
iweald extes no unusual interest e
the part of the treasury eSial. hat
tI this case grat cars has to be taken
Sremnovi the old carpet, for t has
become more valuable with each days
rr*ce beesame it s Hiterally aed wit
old dust.
The old carpet will burned, sad
it is expected that between 14.000 and
Oo0 will be related from the ashes
In the adjusttig rooms at San rhan-
et~eo Alee ae nued to trim the surplus
gold from rough pieces. The gold is
rsat run f lnat, blanks and then
stamped, so it frequently happens that
a piece Is a trife overweight or un-
even. The files are then brought Into I
play. and. although no particle of gold
dust large enough to be readily de-
teeted by the eye Is allowed to escape,
the greatest care cannot always avoid
some small filings falling to the carpet
In porehasing these carpets great
Judgment is exercised. Those are
sought in which the weave is as cloe
as poslble, so that the material will
hold the scattered bits of gold. It is
not unusual for the authoritle to gt
$.000 worth of gold from an old car-
St. Other thrifty devie are need in
4rder to capture escaped partleles of
old. The floor sweepings are tre.
ured with the greatest eare. and they
furnish enough mesey to pay the salt-
rise of several employee about the
building. Much gold goe up the chbm-
ney. and they are often raped and
the resultant soot and dirt scanned for
gold. employees who handle bas of
gold are not permitted to dispose of
the aproas. overalls or gloves with
which they are provided, for when
these article are burned after they
have outlived their usefulness they
yield a rich harvest

Good for MlloTmmie.
"I took two of Chamberlisa's Stomch and
Liver Tablets lat night and I feel ity per
cent better than I bave for weeks," "My JJ.
Fitone, of Allan. Mich. 'They ne cer-
tahly a fe article for biliousnea For ale
by Ttuaville Parmacy, samples free.

English Exelduivseee.
We English are a strange race and
seem born suspicious of our knd. In
London there are sigs that a more
sociable spirit is abroad, but in the
country we still-figuratively speaking
--surround ourselves with moats and
stone walls to protect ourselves from
the Inroads of any strangers who may
approach minus unimpeachable and
definite Introductions. London Black
and White.

Wills Widew to Convent.
A curious provision is made In the
will of Michael Hanmore. an Irish
solicitor. who left nearly $40.000. He
bequeathed 65.000 to the mother su-
perior of any convent his wife should
enter aftel his death. It being his de-
sire that the widow should devote the
remainder of her life to prayer. If the
lady declines to enter a convent she It
to receive only some jewelry.
Paid In Advance.
A gentleomau who was in the hahit
of dining daily at a certain restaurant
!n London sail to the Irish waiter who
attended him:
"Instead of tipping you every day,
Pat, I'll give you your tip in a lump
sum at the end of the mouth."
"'Would ye moind paying me in ad-
vanice. sorr'" asked the waiter.
"\\'W'll. that's rather a strange re-


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the whole 8ytem and to the d- e
Unctly femnainIn parUlculr. 9r
worked, worn-out," runIdown,* deNll.
tated teachers, millUlnera. i,
amstresm. "shop-gitrmeeho pase gu,
oursal others, ad feeble women s e
orally,Dr. Pieres Favorite PreMrlpsm
ti the earthly besalag u
,e w o greatert nearly hood imini
equal eaan appetin ordal am
storative tonic.
A a s oothnlM and strenthfeing er
ne -Favoritte Prcription l" e moalMa
and is invaluable In allayima a
during nervous excitability, irrtt
nervous exhasuton, nervous po
neuralsia. hyseria, Pm VI
dance, and other e
symptoms cnCmaily a t Ulm
functional and organic disease o
uteru. It Indcess refreeing l)ee
relieves metal anxiety and e n .
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelet [sv *ra
the tomach, liver and bowels.
threeadoes. Essy totakea eandy.

Hese Meet.
"A horse's ead over a butcher ahop
in rance signilee a horse meat butch-
ery. I wish we had them henr." aid
a food ftddist. "We wll bave thms
here some day too. Why? Became of
all the animal* eaten by man te horse
s least liable to disease. The bose,
nalike the ox, ti never tubercular. He
is the cleanest of all feders as well.
And his flesh s really good-teader,
rather sweetish and One grained. As
the automobile drves the borne from
the marts of labor he will enter on ac-
count of his Immunity from consump-
tion the food marts, and we'll get a
little variety in our monotonous round
of beef. mutton and pork."-New York
Pres.

To Be Happy
you must have good health. You can't have
good health ifyoer liver is not doing itaduty
slow but sure poisoning is going on all the
time under such circaunsmtnos. Ballard's
Herbine makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right and acts
s a tonic for the entire system. Sold by TI-
t sville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.















*I wh e met at Seat& re- A
bee mea of m it special commiees0 a m por t which m mo
hd fo legiaiom that will prevent the courts of appeal q~w en
fom deciding either civil or criminal litigation brought o m tt e
before them on purely technical points. These cases, says be
the report, should be decided upon their merits. This we, pr :'ts e Ids
committee was appointed by the -miista at its annual ful an.ie d-
Sa meeting last year to suggest remedies and draft proposed In t- t he the baI bl
& aT laws to prevent delay and unnecessary cost in litigation. om and taeher rea [a
&MdOOL The report called attention t9 the fact that the tendency of king and queen over the little Mam.
i the courts in common law cases is to construe adherence The chDdren, for there am re
dam UPS wrm to strict legal rules as the right of each party, and to reverse mn t mn i hoe, an loyaln and be
it b. W m viW Ia if there has been any infraction of these rules. "This dims e, therm to question the
dM U It PA win makes the trial of a case a game," declared the committee, divine right of their king and queen
.Mbbtlgmlei tl"in which the one wins who plays the most skillfully, the to e. preva; bule.
Sa e Order and astnem Yevl; but
Bhm beo merits of the controversy having no part." love, and uelfseariflee for love's sake
The unrestricted right to a writ of error in criminal cases laniates all hearts within this home,
11IMS 3WSII l SSS^ bis characterized by the committee as a flagrant abuse in and tobe good and do good is their
44ma seed judicial procedure. constt rule of condpit Health
@ smiling goddess, stands at its portal
-* fa ato the gerl. "These writs," the committee said, "are constantly sued and cstthhappinesadpro
p!tLi mtb an the out solely for delay. The punishment of notorious crimi- with lavish hands. The table is notsa-
S t thde M eit Itn Jbem nals thus is constantly being postponed in violation of every only the place where nature's recur-I MAM sITH,
ring wants are daily sipplled, but a MoundStobusOb1%Wwites
l *New lod i better principle of justice. This is especially flagrant in the suing school of manners; yet there 3 eae meont.o umor catoarh a
rt re p tm a noter out of writs of error from the supreme court of the United less mirth disports itself unrebuked h e.a ho nent asi t o
^l sk ladr n b ----o D ,o States to review the decision of the highest courts of crim- and thought unfettered flows who ab e uarthg with tre aboa dbti
Ji t wm theis aos t maa final jurisdiction in the several .states. We recommend' BooSa there are in abundane, e a happyto ta able to may 1
Sbritgs the culture of all countries
B nt s aronm d Tiosvalle have that no writ of error returnable in criminal cases to the and all ages within reach of this What .o knowl d bwo ewer l
iI pli the bes. supreme court of the United States should be allowed un- charmed circle. Flowers bloom in o ares'n mas frrs 1
g| etr ildm t tdo their bt less the justice of that court shall certify there is probable the window, and smile at you from times the bronchial tube, andaced by
S ed ow? Have them cause to believe that the defendant was unjustly convicted." the garden paths with their sugges- ome local irritant.
Stion of beauty and refinement. Yet, The irritation is enerallydue toi e.
am.,i1r them to be polite. The committee declares that the reforms in civil proce- whatever else may be there, the al emanntom of ome rt. ay has
Ad kind. Ahome dure which it recommends are not theoretical, but have guests who frequent this house are bethis mady, hence Its name, hay rever.
; D to he pan d ro the time been tried and adopted in England to the satisfaction of its choicest, most valued ornaments. I as been attributed to r ag woed an

'" sal ww1 be paed. Better take the bar and the benefit of litigants. "So far as reform in County Treasurer's Statement oatricvoe dieaie, com.g It vei -
Mn tofhteoppr tboya great criminal procedure is concerned," says the report, "the September slet, 1908. Amlpiinethetwl helpoteoa may
ski otue seooi rry btoyr angrievance of which we complain has never existed in Eng- Balance cash on hand Aug. 1, alwaysbeenveryunertal and usat-
upy t abool t p1908 ------. ..... $ 19,841.96 sfatory.
Sa school t~ere that will land, but the statutory provisions there are similar to those Amountreceived in Aug.,1908 1,172.15t
-. i=m inw m and noMe women. recommended by us." Total 21,014.11 doubt, although it 1s not claimed to be
A is helped or hindered by Less warrants paid in Aug., an infallIble remedy lor ech ases.
the gnmral, social and, moral condi- 1908, and warrants deliver- Man-a-Iin the Ideal Laative,
dto" outde. Make it the great According to a decision made by the Interstate Comn- ed to county commission-
.,- common community interest tounite merce commission, says The Arcadia News, shippers may strution 5,221.33 The earliest mention of or l Ka
al. Make education and not money combine small quantities of freight of various ownership Balance cash on hand Sept. 1, us is found the account of Cor-
te standard of exellence.-Ex. m19al qa ntieofrgh ovar -s. ----, 15,792.78 nado'. expeditio in 15 1-2. Profess
either by arrangement among themselves or through the This amount is held as fol- Wi!isto found charred corn in the
There is probably no portion of the medium of a forwarding agency and ship the combined lot lows: ruins of prehistori. Indian pueblo.
w t r Deposited in Indian River in Scott county, estimated by him to
Ssttewheethweisaenatedve- at the relatively lower rates applicable to large shipments. Statebank.spercashier's be at least two and a half centuries
tah t Cong Adlhouat hal lines o The commission decided in favor of the smaller shippers monthly statement and
prtio of S territory has been upon the ground that the ownership of property tendered checks in safe- --- 15,792.78 'Good morning, sir," said the artist
settled but a few years the people for shipment cannot be made a test as to applicalbility of a arThe alons belonging to each fund down there in the feld. I'd like tu
who have come and are coming are carrier's rates. The Interstate Commerce law forbids dis- paint her If you don't mind."
pbeopIe of edia eion, refinement and c s drates3 revnue---General By beck." exlaied Farmer Korn-
;tatelliseee, and among the first crimination between shippers and the fact that one ship- County road and bridge fund 5,9.13 top. "I reckon ye won't' Uit outer
" eli.nean.mog.h..rs ......rod.ad... ~ hvar. I'm tired o' you 'Perkins' nur-


work they did was to furnish their
children with educational facilities
equal to those in the older settled
portions of the United States. The
result has been most gratifying as
Smany of the pupils from this section
are holding positions of honor and
trust at home while others are win-
ning fame and occupying exalted po-
sitions in some of the best institu-
tisem of learning north and south.

The sheriff of Volusia county has
received notice from Gov. Broward
that the state has offered a reward
of $500 for the arrest and conviction
of the parties who committed what
is commonly known as the Packwood
murder, near Oak Hill, some fifteen
year ago, in which Mrs. Hatch,Ben-
nie Hatch, Miss Bruce and Frankie
Pa wood were foully murdered. At
Sthe time the crime was committed
two white men and one negro were
arrested and tried for the crime, but
came clear. Recent developments in
the cae has led to further investiga-
tion by detectives and officers of the
law with the result that the perpe-
trators of the crime may be discov-
ered, hence the reward is offered at
this time. Justice has been long de-
layedin this case, but it is hoped
that the perpetrators of this foul
deed may yet be brought to justice.
d.
If County Treasurer John Henry
carries out his present intentions,
thr he retires from office in Jan-
uay, there is some "rich readin'
ia ore for us all. His idea is to
publMs a paper at the subscription
vreWe of 60 cents a year to all in Bre-


per tenders a "bulked shipment" made up ot property of
various ownership consolidated before delivery to the car-
rier will not justify ttA carrier in making a different charge
than for a shipment of similar character tendered by a ship-
per who is also the owner.


Wedding Bells Peal Joyously
On Sunday morning, August 30th,
a pretty wedding was solemnized at
the home of the Teeters, near Haw-
thorne, Fla, when the youngest
member of the family, Miss Maud
Olive, was united in marriage to Mr.
Alston B. Barco, of Tampa, only the
immediate family being present.
It will be remembered that the
bride visited Titusville about four
years ago. The past year she resided
in Arcadia. Mr. Barco is one of
Tampa's promising business men.

Much to the surprise of his many
friends Mr. Joe Louisiana, one of the
best net fishermen on the Indian
River, slipped away Sunday and got
caught in a matrimonial net by a
Miss Hall, of near Kissimmee. Joe
and his bride arrived Wednesday and
his friends tried to even up things
by giving the couple a charivari that
ninrht All the hideous soundinor


White Fly Numerous.
The DeLand Record says that the
white fly is getting very numerous
over Volusia county. Millions of
them are seen in the air at DeLand
most any afternoon. They will
eventually infect every orange grove
in the neighborhood, and the grow-
ers are preparing to fight them with
the brown fungus and frequent
spraying. They are the worst pests
that ever visited our groves, how-
ever, with frequent spraying, they
can be kept in check in a measure,
and by doing so crops of fruit can be
made just the same. Farther south.
in the orange belt, where this fly has
been in the groves for years, they
are shipping crops every year just as
if they had no white fly. This fly
hatc es a crop every 60 days, begin-
ning in March, and a full crop never
fails, the last crop hatched is along
in the first week in September. They
remain dormant through the winter


instruments that could be thought of, months. If you can succeed in kill-
were gathered together and at a late ing the eggs sticking to the under
hour the serenaders crept into the side of the :leaves during the winter
yard and the band opened up. A months, there will be little headway
friend of the couple, who was in the made by them the succeeding spring.
house, slipped out a rear door and -...
began firing an automatic revolver. For Sale Cheap For Cash
Through the barbed wire fence and About 88 acres of good high land on
palmetto scrub the serenaders scram- the east or ocean side of the Indian river
bled, leaving numerous tin pans, cow at the Narrows, described as follows:


Building una
Fine and forfeiture fund
Special road fund Dis. No. 1

46 44 4 4 6 6 4

Game warden fund
Property of deceased persons
fund .
County school fund
Special school fund "C"state
aid
Total ,


13.82
597.64
787.11
730.67
1,566.38
530.48
1,637.99
1,965.51
26.82
45.65
33.75
$15,792.78


Weekly Weather Report.
J.IPITiKR. FLA.. Sept. 4. 1906.
Comparastive itatement of temperatures
:and rAiinfall for the week etilingu Tuesday.
190% 1907
IDATK MX. MINI. MIX. MIN..
.f f; 7 7,, i 1
I Mi 7:l 7 T.3
"" : "7 7 5 71
%j .,
'r 5'47 7lt
~%. 'i 7.' -. 74
Tial rasiunt:t'li fm the week I : 1 1 n.rl y..
D)e '.rture rainfa 'l 't i thm. weeki inho I ul,
iin'h*i .
De l artur, raiuN f:ll -in, .l:ii:ti. lt. ,uisueli
".d.7' in:'hr.t.
H. P. H Rm..rm .
lfii'ial in Charge.
NOTICE.
The r,'gi-t r;tia n .>ks will tk. <,pt,'ned in the
,vrartl pit .in't., ill ti: hc iUlaty 1,1 Monday.
the 7th ,lay if Sfpte-tmber. I10N8, for the pur.
pOM- of rgiktcrinii el'ctor.n for the general
election in Noveiber. andl will be kept open
two days in each we-k until the -,und Sat-
urday int October.
The following have been appointed deputy
registration officers:
Precinct No. 1-1. K. Myers.
Precinct No. 3-B. F. Beal.
Precinct No. 4-3. P. P. ooper.
Precinct No. ---W. R. Koeach.
Precinct No. t6-4'has. T. McBridh.
Precinct No. 7--E. B. Aruold.
Precinct No. --R. T. Smith.
Precinct No. 9--S. A. 0steen.
Preciuct No. 10-EK V. Hall.
Precinct No. 11-S. J. Field.
Precinct No. 12-J. W. G4riffis.
Precinct No. 13-Henry Wilson
W. S. NoRwoD*L,
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pie pills fellers.' "-Phlladelpbh Press.
Deafness Cmmot be Cured
By local application, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. here is only out
way to cure deafness, and that is by oastitu.
tional remedies. Deafness ias caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. Wben this tube gets iuflamed
you have a rumbi ngsund or imperfect heaI-
iog. and when it is entirely cloed deafness i.
the result, and unioess the iftlammationu nn be
taken out and this tube restored to its nornual
condition, bearing will be destroyed forever
nine cases 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 auii
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that ca'.
not he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Senid ,4,
circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo. *
?<* Sold by druggists...5c.
Halls Family Pills are the best.


COLUMBIA COLLEGE
C'l -EDI )UATIi FINAL.
Lake City, Fla.
( olumiia college offers splendid oli>port li,.
tieb tfor young men and young wunoenu I,
wisdh to fit themselvesI for usefulute au.l .,
cewt iu life. While we aim at mental luiti.
the practical is not overlooked and ami.mw.
training is emphasized.
The organization of the college into th. -.
cral w.hbools covers the entire tdutaliol ,,l 1 is,
student:
1. THI SCHOOLor.'ACADKMIc G(Riu I t Pr.
paratory to the college cai aes.
II. THi SCHoOL or LIBKAI. ARTs- .,, ;
ing the languages, the sciema,. math ln..,m
ics, etc.
III. Tu SCHOOL OF FPIN.: RTrs-.l'i,..
painting, etc.
IV. THK SCHOOL OF PEDAioM,- -'fea, h:t.
training, etc.
V. TH i .SH01OL. OF THF E BITlLH-Stud.,
God's word apd religious culture. etc.
VI THxk SCHOOL o BUsiNKI-Bool.k,,
lug stenograpny. etc.
VII. THi tSHooL OF DoMnTi tr .tlt
Cooking, remakingn. needle work. tet.
VIII. TH SCHOOL U OF P AtlTICAL Aki.
gardening dairying, poultry farm. et.
Competent instructors will meet the 'l.;-
in the above named schools. FacilitiL ;,..
ApparStus have been provided to illustrat.
and demonstrate the work in the several i.
lpartmenta.


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4 l owminO bus Umeeat th anb to.
WDont s touch Ite g lw ef.r
Mr. TCoeoon, who for year a
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matot ee l a nte tofa tlare Munp"

mtio id westr crat rln do p lanst
Appumeao at beera madeto the




eital oaIl o fard nny A. T. bemy









na for the purpose of canning patri-
wile, or. cquin. am, extrl forT
soup. Mr. Jn. Whimer ftd
rhtrt to operate a sweet railway
in Sanford with soline or elstric-






tlon thr le fndwer. Itha t he in-
dtetion of te Sanford Traction a .e
tal requirnot only te a tod ring
Sanarvn bt n hao to oeaeply is wrban
ed on the aney beh with every in






coming tide.
SDon't yl from Norwich, Conn.,
K. C hoard, o forth man is hare-







parinx to Wad an expedition to dis-
mader asnken tre "turnte oaNe
anni F in While hd at Oahando plas
pace ls wint er Chard caught a
huge rab that had a Spanninh doub-







loon wedged in its claws. Natives
told while, orgends of buried treasut for
soup. Mr. Cocoon has experimented







on adjacent keys and hard mapped
the country. He will returnable a the







search for tre re chests. There are
hidden treuires onying found athein
Indian River nightly but our fsher-
men them "mullet."
A John Wilson, the negro who broken.,
says K. B. Chard, a rich man, is pre-






pinto Mosby & Gri expedition to Oak
cover sunken treasurer near New
Smyrna, 7a. While fishing at that
place last winter Chard caught a
huge crab that had a Spanish doub-
loon wedged in its claws. Natives
told hi legends of buried tre Maytown byures
on adjacent keys and Chard mapped
the country. He will return and
search for treo Maytsurechestwn. Therears.
hBrooks aden treasures being found in the
Indieaped River nightly, but our fisher-
men call them "mullet."ers he was in
John Wilson, the negro who broke
into Mosby & Griffiths store at Oak
Hill, was captured at Maytown by
Frank Montgomery, rode Oaup, Hill. He
thief allowed to Maytown by Messrsued.
Brooks and Gause, from whom he
escaped at New Smyrna, but ashe

a position to watch them and not be
,detected. Soon after they left town
Frank Montgomery rode up, saw the
thief and soon had him handcuffed.
The negro admitted he was watching
Brooks and Gause all the time but
did not suspect Montgomery of be-
ing an officer. Wilson stole 13 pairs
of fine shoes from the store at Oak
Hill and emptied the money drawer


in the postoffice. He was bound over
to the next term of the criminal
court. Circumstances lead to the
belief that he is a professional house-
breaker and has been operating in
and around New Smyrna for the past
two years.
Koppity Mop.
A yes Jut barely asarond by th
aidof rete ow a eee UMal yoe have
Ss a li mb Iw M h a desbf --Wf Ym tro-
bi rhemmS, umbAge, sprain. sff
fr aaytiu like IaM, se Bi-
S BrLiaiuSat aud I. a. M. yo
ean tIrw wacy r eruts adbe a well
-.nmNa.. d ~a Titeville Pharmaaad


S i I stats m dito
I- B adX an ped Iv
la ml for itt Au neort, of
,k d f court, eomty jude, ana
miss ed the peace for dlriets No.
1,4, 1~ and 1~,errs reved.
CIrk's reports of ta rdsmptloam
d m .puI u duin Augus wa

Bad of t is. T. McBride as j-
tin df the peam was approved.
Bods for carrying pistol were
.aw d ad perm its lsed to
Noblab Verity; and for carrying
repeating rifs to Wallace Crook,




APies Sla and complaints were
reoaived rm th fadlowig named
pesn o relative to having their tax
n as reduced: C. C. Mast,
Mettle Tennelly, J. H. Fai, John C.
Ferris, J. B. Thormpon, 8. Davis
PmtaeA. & Johneo, G.s reLyon
l dia P. Howgland, Will H. Crutten-
dean, D. W. Tttle, A.!O. Dayton,
John L Day, C. C. Booth. On mo-
ti the board declined to reduce
e from the nt ow named
Cmmlaint of B. F. Beal relative
to taxao Iment was acted upon
and tti ment changed as follows:
Part of lot Se 5, T 2, S. R. Da
E., reduced from $700 to 6$500; S. 6
Pa. of N. E. of E., an N. 6 A.
of E of EC. Se. 5, T. 2O S.
R 6 E., reduced from $400 to $100.
C mpint of W. E. Wilson, per-
ontal property, was reduced from
$150 o to $.
A.ofN.En of C. W. Fowleron
part of N. W. Se. 21, T. 27 S.R.
37 E., was reduced from $4000 to

Complaint of Canaveral club for
reduction of tax assessment on lands
of Canaveral club was received, and,
after investigation the board found
that the assume ents were no higher
than that of the surrounding lands,
and, on motion, the request for re-
duction was refused.
Tax collector's report of licenses
collected during the month of Aug.,
1908, amounting to $8a50 for the
state and $4.25 for the county, and
his report that no poll taxes were
collected during August, were re-
ceived.
Pension applications of M. S. Sams
and M. B. Metzger were approved.
Report of state auditor of examin-
ation of county officers' records was
received and read.
It was moved and carried that the
board have Mr. Geo. M. Robbins in-
vestigate the title to the land on
which the court house, jail and
county judge's office is located and
advise the board as to whether such
land will revert to the Titus heirs in
case it ceases to be used for county
purposes, and he is requested to re-
port to the board at its meeting on
the first Monday in October.
The plans and specifications for
the repair and remodeling of the
conuty jail, submitted by Mr. L. R.


Decker, were adopted, the advertise-
ment for such bids to be given to the
East Coast Advocate.
Complaint of P. Melzer was re-
ceived and laid over until next meet-
ing of the board.
The board adjourned until Mon-
day, October 5, 1908, at 2 p. m.

IRepublican Meeting.
Hon. John M. Cheney, Republican
candidate for governor, and W. R.
O'Neal, Republican candidate for
ongrem from the second district,
will speak in Melbourne September
ok t& 7.M .ft n m in their now h.b


I


Death of Co*doctor Fller
Herbert H. Fuller, who was con-
ductor on the Tituviltle-Sford
branch during thesummer and up to
three weeks ao, died at the home of
his parents at Orange City last Mon-
day and the remains were buried in
St. Augustine the following day. Mr.
Fuller had been a faithful employee
of the road for thirteen years before
his.health began to fail, about year
ago. He i survived by his wife and
three children, who are with her
father, Capt. Mickler, in St. Augus-
tine.
Helping the Poe.
Longfellow. the great poet, was
noted for his roodness or chlldrtr
and ths extended to a Ulittle fols,
whether of his family or not. This
was so general known that a great
many of his ators were chldrea who
came to entertain and to be enter-
tained.
Mrs. Annie Felds gives an extract
from her husband's diary which tells
bow one of the poet's small trieds
tried to show his affection In a prae-
tical way:
"1 remember there was one little boy
of whom he was very fond and who
came often to me him. One day the
child looked earnetly at the long row
of books In the library and at length
asked. 'Have you "Jack the Giant Kill-
er' Longfellow was obliged to con-
fea that his great library did not con-
tain that venerated volume. The little
fellow looked very sorry and presently
slipped down from the poet's knee and
went away. But the next morning
Longfellow saw him coming up the
walk with something tightly clasped
In his little fists. The child had
brought 2 cents with which Longfel-
low was to buy a 'Jack the Giant
Killer' of his own."
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t b".!1 T- wIt oly Atf 4011- th4 l a t hie Ef"e a 6msee A tn m mI the ounot re o ap. s th
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Sa- a Tw 6asv tost bwit e. of the s tr*tetse. It sI a new format w


,01 dmgag ow l isilort of miniature tambor e w hich A document known by the name Ofa



d'ept' rth te ale ciaoA s ref it '.ts Cm Vetmife strk by a small wooden hammer terrier' supposed to be kept at Mtn, ad, or1oMa galllm
ly ear that er ib adam operated by contact with the spokes every old parish church setting forth : Myer or bladder tro l a i S a
ies ad e se. old by Ttulle Phamacy of the front wheel it certainly e- the ourn of the lcome of ben t the remedy you eed has



V g tar lt Mtore, fectove. bat the nooe is snld to be e'e. edl prlally glebe lands: hence the sompeywaya, tolhaIwork, tpats :
Ssnough to revvify as adaver. So great derivation from the L-atI terra. Igo PtlcmhlP



f Wbaf o CURE FOR SMOKE EVIL ts the demand for the new alarm that range of this purely technyal term nled chu rl s
s^ta5 0.ei WgaShc--- In less than eight days a single shop a .lergyman into a curious mistake. M r
abwIi -li da- Railroaiig d Ls& ans the Nuians Msold more than a hundred of them He was a sporting parson and had Just whohanot dy triyd M, ma b 1
iUar to Ihat lad. of the UWin ile Iameris tn appointed sa hisi li ving. Dor- apbottl at yrs.& casoo
aa Youia Daby tero of the str eets It if






hi tMip svolution Pbotosraphy as a means of elimlnat- Daninl Needed In ooot. Ink the early days of his Incumbeney n Uh e mor- a-ot iSwa--spoot tab how toa I
eMs -a amtde w 8mi a1 the moke nutoince l1 the lateat In hs addrle before the Wayne he received a form from the bishop i d out fyouhaTvo kidnyor-MiaertreMa.



Sa Mt wUl d aame adopted by the Burelngton rnn. coaty (lad.) teachers Chartle Zebito which he was required to fill op. When writ i o .>tn readiogthis8
t aid s h-s rThe e la d. The camera ls brought Into laa of the Chlcago unlveralty advoeatad Among the questions asked was. "Do offer in tshia and
o t t eirp st a a prt of a system orf eploona danceln B the r publ anchoowst. "It you keep a terrier **
at sty s.s IAnd heard Iwit ewrt ha men. onght to'rbe taught" he sad. "baos ue "No." wrote the cleric In reply but *D.
M we nt unti ., : oeomotlve Cs properly fIred the It promotes fellowship amono tie pw b I have two well bred polaters, and hteo. lane .s
ar o-y, den black smoke can be to the body. Iyourlorship welcome to -Ol tf e l ar l nd ba
tee lC-ess Vernifg 18 tsanu by a small woden h e r e Is s up ose tb kep Ner



3T,0 h hwa dohe awae y with to a large extent A will help to make the eomta seneroa you care for It -8L Jamesn Gaetto. st make ay st s
heitMt has were Mr. eaoelm a man, however, can euany tan more seotable, then It ha a pile fet had Against. the name, wamroot Dr. Kilmer' 8wasM-
SMaor pain Alen. es h ew beat Uedie to belb r orths ve tht e r isem of ti pubte A Philadelphinatl lawyer retlans a Booth as d te oad, BIs BhInro. N. Y.,




P4;.-r yMutehre oity Mackteala Chascao bnliMit and Dnt. gbool." counsel for the deen a murder onevery bottle.ey sf
e "t '.*-' C*'s.. a ipatos S na0 petoersbta trala tells of tao drl wlultisa tettBle rxtremeo.
t s t S rin g I SM tes ok pnotK her E test ePnog reah Aer. together a jury. Nodd-1 came home late the other




Blr, aot b ty thee? S wnene a I c old to the mnaxim "Die a let "Counsel were endeavora" says night and got in the wrofl houe.

+f .: -I r **l~l~ and tt tes rp s w is lfy -- co.s a tht lawyer. *to ellt from te varbou To-- 1 mappe, sn ,
"i1B -, b- 8d. N or Wisra- CR eizz penm sa h to da rtilt w b V proai^tthe Jurors their views cooern- "The ady wa very nice. Tred



i t e I a gb s heorl emer The number of the er g e, to- spet the rmanht or othene alao to ing the death penalty, m lke a ha lben nd e t wo
Sn sasltee na opt abve ier with suoelent data to enable oo thr ownD method or thm "'One ma to whom the qustk Wa a to lha for her nhusend." ee
-BS o Ant S's PUS* what ae- NLunr wa t a h sportn p on and "b .ust een mad by |d51 xerr hn spip









Sato the try whe Unle ola to know the makeup of the n- lv. rMh air has victm o p ot. Are you against the Infletion of b taste m ith





s. L ls e. Te n MPntsm oe crew. o with the photofraph le n t-an togl. The tuboreile belalus the death penalty? replied. INo. sir.'" "Wae owa the ndmo at howm alm u
Bt' j5 thg raelsean kl to the we- Into headquarters. oon the enaltneer dos not aeoy drsbh air, it true. but What fo your busthesaT be wuaa th lyothe tk vd eore aerto eath."
Siharpshooter took alh at a tar- p arior ofomlo. The pbotortph to pro- rote ia u It cousamptyvoa thrive oWhen the s ame question was pot to -I







h te yaw ic d pulled tci dncad and the employees aem caf toed out of doorn the subject of broolhite tit neyt man he answered that be was The bio ping Toe.
Sw lt black s the an pile a geerally only safthe they stay t te de penalty. A pinn top "eep Into obedne ience








4 "- a h1adred yads away. there M*e tn.-Dr. J. Clark In lendon Chronl. "* What tg your btstesgh to a law of nature. The top at the pe-
s" a t .n awayl with to e a large exten A will help to kerance'ad rd of t pin you carecalled by boys








I fr p1m1 mlat te steeoL blotot amtt with the photographic "leeping' has the cntrl l and
me from te Allend a dmirse g blyreat said an oto bel th e Little thine frequently Illustrate the ABefoe 1 coeat to let you have ay nearly halnned degIree. Obeying chief
< M aewle.y ea eat b5lin. so siteht other day. "At yrat t- photographer Bnglish vlow of Amertln geography dauChtir," sbid th squar Jawed caunse- y the rotafor forte imparted to it by
Sto b art omdlbla wa a wM Invgrpably come to with an arm- Very pcturequely. An Enlhriman tesin of Industry, "I want you to an- the player, the top seems for a little









l -earikelld at ome another fel ef pictures of smoky enlnesa after had taken the Paeifle express at PhUa- swer a question. What would you do while, until that force is overcome by
pW, vat o the oador who did *ere tr e mad But a ifw words delphtt cndc fllg tired, had retired if I were to uive you halt a amillson r Tavity. to be In a state of cwn utise








^P^"r a11 at the weapola In hto w|arah nd a knowledge that they to his berth. Just before he fell aleep After the coroner had viewed the re- et.
.sG 'a a- a|lla It ft-i Mm an Inestant i see inla watched has had a wonder, be happened to remember that he had mains and decided that death was due .. ...._
Slhd I a eh way nd the laae upon t me On the orotten someth so be put h hed to heart failure caud by a sudden
'party "a to he pelds. tawo epi the photpaipher made out between the crtaoss and lld: shock the old ma licit anrom er the var ANious OLD ADA E
Scs we ve e did not et a s e bd p re. Porth, porth! and murmured. That worth trin A
f'- t eas e The eat pe "Whre withmoke escnot de alto ether The porter came thod for tgain some time." quest was
-a s eta csq i t. .a wue ohe ials to knowaey the makeup of the n- is r k u put Awe get to Two Lockouts. A the Inflctooae f her vy hb enf









h ty de Wran Unsdco, you know."-resPh ladel- t a Wf too te story asI
Sth rvce n emittl a of economy. Back ill Nyo and thub Engliehman this. replied. 'No, '
ar th at was kiadlble r.000 to eat away Innf trh coa l d ie wasted and i n oe no burlesque bketche on Editor (appealinslys Bht way dear, tm a r r










Sho e a Nor WUbrahamnd by premaven t we re savln money English history Bill Nye spoke of Ju I wasked. unavoidably detained t the of-eplied.










fr M m orte rroadt u aear' jup ing ofto the water whce. You.se we ad la new of a t
Sa. a !a s ookldter d aigalt and Bo far the scheme has been tried n it I consumpt the trmendoly big lockosame question was put to -Lie.
p t wtt Osi be hit te trdudt All ethe only om the line between Chicago and as he approached the Ethe next Alln h e answered that news Tofh | n
a tha eers ware comin eleer to Aurora. Its success, however, has led wading ashore, running up to London another now (slamming down t' e win
eh a sf am Of 1n- method of -eliminating smoke It hasTmmigdon te









ha. a aThey csld mear the teel proje the oadlal y to deide to send the pho- and walking through Regent street dowB.-eLondon Answers. oo to ti root of tie wlbeo i
e sa a galt the target, but noth togday. "At fisher out on other divisitoons. "An acquaintance of mine reported taughter,"r, thoro ghly, quickly









Hb teals?. Pl.ally when within f80 feet to me." said Mr. Nye. "that he had It Can't be Beat. and rtor the action of the


Sat the solder they heard a faint sound. BASEBALL AT NIGHT. asked au Englishman how he liked the The best of their i experience UVER to rmalcodt .
It wa the hammer of the gun strike story. *Not at all. not at all.' was the M. Harden. of Silver City. N. C.. says: "e to to t s
t cartridge. But they beard nothing *heme to Play Games by Searchlight reply. 'That fellow Nye doesn't know fild Electric Bitters does all that's claimed 0 Sn
ae, nor d they a either smoke or In Cineinnati. what he's about. There wasn't any for it. For Stmnach. Liver and Kidney solid fe to the body.
a* l e"gW *l the weapon. Baseball at night is the latest project Regent street then, you know.' "--.ip- t.frible it altnt be lbeat I hat tried it a nd


SNot comphted, Maxim invited the ex-
Sparts to t lake near North Wlbra-
ba a. On of the soldiers was posted
m ss t water 500 yards distant A
rlget wo erected near a little booth
be occuiedp llht times he heard the
steel Jacketed bullet plunge Into and
| Biatten on the disk, but he heard no
other oouna. although the place is a
wtiderness and even the low murmurs
, a( the town do not penetrate It.
The officers made calculation and
agree that the gun is 74 per cent noise-
h IMs. It was a moody, cogitating group
Mo at returned to the armory late in the
day. The men bore no air of triumph.
Iach probably was thinking of the
dreadful pomlbllltiea shut up in that
title secret device which had been ad-
lasted to the ordinary service gun.
I An Idea of the severity of the tests
b may be gained from the fact that forty
grans of son'lkeless powder were used,
In each cartridge, a charge capable of
*h bur:lng a bullet more than l.500 yards
with fatal results.
4 4
Must Face Forward Leaving Car.
STalk about epoch making inventions:
Sdevce intended to make women face
forward In getting off street cars is
being tried by the Chicago City Rail-
way company. The scheme was dis-
covered In connection with the pay-as-
you-elter type of car. which bhas a
l* o handle on the front door. Observing
Solpectors found that women in alight-
Stg selmed the hand rail. clung to It
'and mng around to the outside of
the door, alghting with their faces
toward the rear. The simple remedy


to be taken up by Garry Herrmann.
chairman of the national commission
and president of the Cincinnati club.
To develop the idea and try, out the
proposition a company with $5.0((
capital stock was incorporated by
Herrmaun and several associates. The
idea was suggested by George P. Ca-
hill, a Philadelphia Inventor.
Cahlll has devised a lighting system
which be believes will tlood a ball
park with sufficient artificial light to
make it possible for games to be played
at night as well as by day. The prop-
osition has progressed so far that Plres-
Ideut Hlerrmann will be ready to test
It within a few weeks at the Cincin-
natl ball park.
The plans for lighting Include the
erection of five steel towers each 100
feet high and surmounted by strong
twin searchlights. During the absence
of tje l eds on t!hiri nexut eastern trip
the towers will lie erected and every-
thing put In readiness for a series of
night games when the team comes
home. It is said the searchlights can
be arranged so that their strong rays
will not Interfere with the players.
If the scheme proves a success it
will revolutionize baseball and enable
clubs to play to larger crowds than at
present, when niany fans cannot leave
their work to attend the games.


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NOW.


San Francisco Women Flocking to In-
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After the directoire gown. the dl-
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pincott's 1Manazine. S Harden is right; it's the best of all medicines
also for weaknew., lame beck. and all run-
Desert of Sahara. down, conditions. HBet too for chills and ma-
The world's largest desert Is in the laria. Sold under guarantee at the manner
vast region of northern Africa extend- I>rug store.. .'.
trig from the Atlantic ow'ean )oni the
west to the valley of the Nile oil the Itrihing piles provok-e profaniitv. but pro-
east. he Il f m i fanity won't enre them. IDo:in *.i,'mi int
east. TIhe lent of this immense rid .,l res itc'linb. bleeding or pt triitliln ,ialre af-
reglon. the great desert of tile S.ahara. ter years :' ~uffnring. At any druu .--tore.
front east to west is alout S.0U l miles
and Iis area about '..Ot.M square 60 YEAR6B
miles. Rain falls in torrents on the EXPERIENCE
Mainnra at intervals of dive. tenx or
twenty years. In the sutnirer the heat
during the day is excessive, lint the
ni!ts aire often cold. In winter the
teilnptr:ture of parts of the desert Is
somellines tielow freezing point.
TRADE MAM90
Deow. D lIsn
lh.w does not fall in the sense that CoPylrom & Ac.
in does. It as Anyone sending a sketch and desertlon may
tain does. It has It i sieilti.al- rinteki uscrt:un our opinion free whether so
ly demonstrated that dew is, imply ?toinnsIS probably latentabte. Comm1nlPs.
; ,mn utrtnntyo esdentt6l, landbooLt onPPae
the llnisiure l that is abstracted from sent free. Oldst ancr ror seeunni enta.
Pat nts taxen tburb Munn MA Co.receive
the air by the rapid cooling of )lite bxi- perc Anotes. ithoat charge. n the
les will which that air comes in con- iCa
tact. as. for example, the moilstiure that i fi A
A handsomely Illaustrated wtkly. Latrret el.
is sten of a sllumler dlay on the out- culation of amy nenttle )ournal. Terms. a
side of a pitcher containing let' water. yrvr: our months. Lt oid by all newdelern.
Dew is not forn-dl on windy nights. IMUN & CO,,o N-s ,.l -ew Yrk
because the drifting air then brings its na Bronc oie.S st. Washllaton. D.
own tePImnierai ture to t ho rladlItllir bod- -


ies and pr
',~coled as s|
wise do.

Milo. the
is said to
lock and a
blow of bhi
the whole
ponl ta tn


events them from getting KILL
,pccdily as they would other- KILL OUC
AND CURE THr LUNC8
Wonderful Milo.
wretstl'r or Crotona. who WITH
have 1shouldehrtl a live bul- D K
afterward killed it with one
s fist. winding up by eating
animal at a single ntmel. is New Discove
heo tlaj nlnomtt r")flt 11 n 11 aV


I ake No ssbstitrpte.


DIARRHOEA
There is no needof anyone ia fer-
ing long with this disease, fo: to
effect a quick cure it s only neces-
sary to take a few dose, of

Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and
Diarera reImedy
In factin most cae one dos is
sufficient It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and
dangerous ca It i equally val-
uable for children and the measr.
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a dmm thms a ahm.*"
Wlu his p. he burriet m to the
wt wu-5eU,.?,
W0 All aso ymequMareled?t Ctar
Io-T- ; p ebt bck all m7y prest
A u t4. d oMi MIe I a1 dW mW
-o g L Chtear-I eot ber
half a udam boxms ao tfM pemrw,
with a MtOe espeolata that I'd takes
sheet t tht muekb ,hom on my mat
moe Id awo eMr.
"Por Jobln He wu a kind asd for
bearing hsbu T bbsembd John's wo -
ww m her rtu ftro the funera
"T s," sai a Wmpathia g nehbor.
'but its for tla bea Too must try t
emftrt yourself, my dear, wit the
thbourt'that yo hubad is at peace
at lad."
lAke Vitoria Nyasa, l .wbich tih
river Nileh I ts source, m4us 230
miles from north to mouth and no from
ast to west. Its coast line, which Is
ery Irregular, is about 2,00 miles. Its
watr area is estimated at 2T,000
lsqare miles and its islsads have an
ea of some 1,400 square mils.
"tt" said the Jadge "you provoked
theo ght."
"No, 1 didn't." replied Cas dy, tih
priomer.
"But yoo struck the fit blow. Why
d4 yoa do that?'
"asks*hae said to me, If I'm oo
ye'r. another and so I soaked him."
e


"New, wouldn't It be funy," re-
marked Popley, "If I were to become
' a little boy again."
"Maybe It wouldn't be so tunny for
yeo pa, replied his bright young son
"It you wus to be lttlern me, pa, I
think I'd square p a few things."-
Philadelphia Press.
Mistress-4 don't want you to have
ao moeb company. You have more
callers In one day than I have in a
whole week.
Domestic Well, mum, perhaps it
you'd try to be a little more agreeable
you'd have as many friends as I have.
-Boston Traveler.
Mashington (who Is taking his leave)
-Aw, it seems to me. Miss Morlelgb,
I have fawgotten something. Aw-let
me see.
Miss Morlelgh Your gloves, per
haps?
Mashington-Oh, no. Now I wemem-
bah. Aw-will you mawwy me?
Little Walter was eating lunch when
he gave his arm a sudden shove, and.
splash. down went his glass of milk.
"I knew you were going to spill
that," said mamma angrily.
"Well. mamma. If you knew," que-
ried Walter. "why didn't you tell me?"
-London Answers.
"Of course." said the first time can-
didate. "I can't he expected to please
everybody."
"No." answered the old campaigner.
"The very best you can do is to look
benignly pleasant and convey the Im-
pression that everybody pleases yon."-
Washington Star.
"Pa." said the blooming young
daughter of the household. "I really
wish you wouldn't call young Mr. Soft-
leigh a pdpinjay."
"And why not?"
'Because he isn't a jay, and there
doesn't seem to be any hope of his
popping'. "-London Mall.


/ A Great Help.
Apollo. the great athlete, was once
appearing in Manchester. and one of
his feats was to lift a sack of flour
weighlqg 280 pounds on to his back.
The following was heard between
two of the audience ln the gallery:
"I sy, Bill; he seems to do it quite
easy."
"And so he ought to." answered Bill
scorntully. "I've been told he uses self
wmtin floar."--landon Graphbic.


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Sb-Do* ys eigine Is bve at airt

I-I Nw d uMt I mot yow-

ihtre-Ur l"t, et always haems to
-s that the eranklet Mtres- e get
the bst cooks. ook-Ah. go on wid
YW barmyl-Tws aTopics.
NuMre n aonelag the expectw)-
Presor, ts a little boy. Proesor
(htabmtodedlyr-Well, ask him what
he wasut .-BoMoa Trancrpt.
The Q toner I hear his wife is a
brnette, but I thought be muried a
blod. The Joker-He did, but she
4edy -Hoauto Post.
"Is Gladys pretty'
"Why, old man, she' almost as prt-
t as her mother thinks she Is!"-Har-
pe's Basar.
"Love is the wine of ife," exclaimed
the poet.
"And marriage is the morning after,"
added the cynic.


PriomerIf you'll oty give me time.
your worship, I'll reform.
Maglttrate-All right; I' give you
six mmoths to start with.
Every piece of plate glass in the
world today is due to be roken with-
in the next ten years, according to the
law of average.
Teapet were the Invention of either
the Hindoos or te Chinese and are of
uenertaai antiquity. They came to Eu-
rope with tea in 1610.
Quito 75 per cent of the human body
Is pur water. A man weighing 100
pounds therefore at least 115 pounds
water.
The nectar of powers from which
bee make honey contains 70 to 0O
per cet of water, but honey contains
only about 20 per cent
The largest coral reef -the Great
Barrier reef-Is off the north coast of
Australl. It is 1.000 miles long and
thirty miles wide.
Clarence-Miss Sharpun has brains
enough for two, by Jove!
Florence-Then why don't you marry
her. Clarence?
Passenger (on car)-Don't you always
shiver when you pass this cemetery?
Conductor-Not me. I'm going to be
cremated.-Mirror.
Papa (from the next room)-Ethel.
aren't you going to light the gas in
there? Ethel-Yes. papa. We were
just speaking of-er-striking a match.
Gutta percha is procured from the
sap of the. Isonandra gutta. a forest
tree which grows in the Malay penin-
sula and adjacent islands.
An inch of rain falling upon an area
of one square mile is equivalent to
nearly 17.5(0.000 gallons, weighing
145,250.000 pounds. or 75.025 tons.
The kilt Is the national dress of the
Albanians, the Massalian shepherd
and the mountaineers of Tibet and As
sam as well as of the Scots.


The weaving of flax has been car
ruled on in Belgium from remote times
Flax cloth was woven in certain parts
of Belgium in the time of Caesar.
"No," said the higher critic. "I don'i
believe everything in the Bible. For
Instance. I don't believe there was any


so '.makig t W aI* my ash@s
Ta! be a p "aes dseame" s bar
Swatathb fr paCps.
The- was a sood dasl of ases h-
a" Matmu Ia the "u .r agd
of the dyta old woma to her al
o s leading qu iMlo. HWt. t tt
.ad of a lg 11ife wtib ft t*he 1414'
mortes are ryo most thakfUl ftrf
Her eye brigbte- d u he answesm
"My vctuals"-Aromaut
To make paper stick to istl UM a
mto olatloq of washlg @da. Whlo
hot dip the metal nla a whan ecdl
tak t out aV rub with a moft eloth
Apply onloa Jalc to the mntal, p
the paper w.otUhlt over it, ad tt will
ad e ke qUIe. and It wil be almost
Impossible to wparate the two.
"You Aommarlea" aid tho cotch-
man, sufferr from an Itch for notore-
ty."


"An Itch for notoriety,"
the Amercan with spirt.
than a notoriety for"-
But at that point they ell
iaunpoa Journal.


respond-
"Is better

iebed.-ln.


Easy.
"Some folks," ald the busy woman,
"take life easy, a easy as the new
hired girl wanted to take her new
place.
"'Everything goes by clockwork
bere,' the mistress said to this gri-'by
clockwork, mind you. You get up at 6.
you dine at 12, and you go to bed at 10.'
"'Well, If that's all,' said the girl.
with a smile, 'I think I will be able to
manage it '"
Woes of the Amateur Gardener.
An enthusiastic amateur flower gar-
dener of my acquaintance suffered se-
verely from the nocturnal ravages of
his neighbors' cats. A local oracle ad-
vised the planting of valerian all round
the flower borders. Every cat and rat
in the neighborhood flocked to his gar-
den to revel and fight in the scent of
its favorite perfume. The local ora-
ele supplied the valerian plants!-
Sporting News.
A Broad Hint.
"Miss Deeply does make some of the
most inapt quotations." remarked
Bragg.
"Wesr queried Newitt. "What. for
Instance?'
"Well. last night I remarked that I
always avoided political discussions
because I didn't want to make a fool
of myself, and she said, 'One cannot
paint the ly or gild rened gold.' "-
Philadelphia Press
IBlew the Peg.
The phrase "take down a peg"
sprung into life with King Edgar. He
made It a law to cure the Saxons of
their intemperate habits. He had
marks, or "pegs." put In their huge
drinking cups. above which they dared
not pour their liquor under a heavy
penalty. So the expression was to less-
en a man's self esteem just as the
liquor was kept down by a peg.
"A Solemn Thing to Be President."
Mr. Cleveland was sitting in his law
office in the Mills building early In
1S92 when a newspaper man spoke tc
I him about the possibility that he might
Again bt nominated for the presi-
dency by the Democratic convention of
that year. Mr. Cleveland turned upon
his questioner and said:
"'It is a solemn thing to be president
of the United States." Wall Street
Journal.
k Arabs Outlive Eskimos.
While it may be true that the white
man loses in Intellectual and bodily
power in the tropics. Dr. Luigl Sambon
maintains as a result of researches
that the average Arab lives twenty-five
years longer than the average Eski-
mo, that the coast people of South
America are longer lived than the
mountain people. tlhat old age is much
commoner in the southern countries of
Europe than in the northern countries
t and that Spain, with a population
r smaller by 9.000.000. has 401 centena-
Y rians to England's 146.


snake to tempt Eve." The Woman Who Gambles.
"You don't?" .oralists y that the emotion of
"No. I feel pretty sure it was justasts s tt mot
an apple worm and she magnified it." gaining mkes women ugly. It Is no
Siladelpha Press. i',vary to take the word of the
-hiladelphia Press. realists for that. Gaming does not!
Convalescing Victim of Auto Acci- i:ike ,oi)ent1 ly. It uutmasks tlheu.
dent-I woke up and found the hot and it is o f that that they must I.e
Welsh rabbit. I recognized it as my warned. It is natural enough. sit,'e
wife's cooking. hut It was better sea- they pliy I[,assiti;ately. .1n14l ii pltayir-.
soned thnu the average. they forget the wor',l and their faces
Nurse-Mercy! We couldn't imagine o, much the worse' for those who do
what had become of that other mus-! as Jeelwel. .Tean Lorrain has left ter
tard plaster.-Judge. rihle pictures of old painted faces the
"I've got a record of your wife's natural condition of which is revealed
voice." said the man with the phono- by the excitement of play.-Paris Vi e
graph, winding up the machine. "There. Heureuse.
Isn't that like your wife?" Best Treatment for a Burn.
'Not a bit! My wife can talk for If tir no other reason. ('hamnlrlaiu'. Sa&lve-
hours without any winding up!" was I shea ild he kept in every household ,on ac-
the feeling reply of the husband.-Yon- couut uofits great value in tilh- treatment of
kers Statesman. iurus. It allays the pain ahlnios.t iust.antly.
ikerd untlhes the injury is a ever i.ne. heals
Infant Terrible (watching Uncle the parts without lea .ing a m-ar. This salve
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Sat Cooa an the ght
G. a







3. -C. Ge Ma pood- brought whte here d y f d -
+ l pwant outing in Now York. soon as Sheriff Brown reached him.
t a. G e He wa employed in the machine 11


tCoo, ae visiting friendshee the employW te ned of c with coerv
d pny for om time. CORRESPONDE -Empire Trs Compy, 4 Bdw, New York
t wll The dis Aid Sot wl me He knew the combination of the nigte onal -k or Jvie. Flo

a in Melboure, having l which arrives at Cocoa at midnight a B
She would have nearly two hours te do
ie n d dMetal work done. re act, a d then take the 1:52 train G ceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.
JDr. L A. Peek will be C for northbound and be back in St. Au b Wht h Suda atr narea Mot for
SWe handle pelee ofaal kinds. We aWhit for ae rFeliled ther We del x tA I AE






md hisadso aot twowaks, as he and wife ng gWstine at a little after 7 o'clock that ia the ove lines of goods. and soliect the trade of all eom W for pe s as
Sa trip to New York. -imorning, no one being aware o his Gand all Groeries. delivered at your station. L. L DYA O.,
J Born, to Mr. dd Mrs. A. P. Edge, leaving that city, and in th rekonine
awn sem enatwa last Thursday, a girl. Mother and that he would be tri suspected; butit INDI AN R IV ER C OM PA NY

S residelncea on oafudoing Well. proved otherwise and circumstantial
Miss Annie BoothleftSaturday for eviedome revealed him. Dn ers in STAPLE AHD FICY GROCERIES
S-h Ma Wiston where she has epted a He broke into the st ore through a --- pro t vic i trt t d
c 'Cfotio fen and school for the winter. window, using his knife to pry off -r oat Co nptitive Pric
the ehre n cooking rward ti.to secured about $70 in checks and ALLENHURST FLA. (nAde ort CUit
Sth idetrek it with get pleMare. .money, the former, amounting to PO ur IC DDTITUSVILLE F
,,goo I therd& slm- Mit w Itea pleasure about $0,he burned. Som of the
Sssmoney was recovered from him. He D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C.PE, entered Phrm
So Ocmd to of r, spent trd after d fare bedck to St. AugustinSt.
t hatwalcr a wd Mrs. C. s. ast pent Augustine on the 6:25 p. m. train, ALu BRiDY












l to draw al t noon with M C. C. Houston did n ue the return part ofm
ei of the same. Mrs. W. H. H. Gleason returned his pas.
S W]Aehmmvorbeet home after a pleasant vit with her e i young, about twenty years
M Wlt Job vi, 6. Goe sister, Miss Dodge, in Jacksonville. of age, and has a brother, George
m 1t 9W in salting Dr. E. E. Maey leftThursday for White, and mother, living in Cocoa, TitUSVille, Florida
lt l thr c ern bread. sool on Monday. We wish himsue- is expressed for the youngman's un- FANCY ind TOILET ARTI LES
iu mmert anno-n-ed Sun- eem in his work. doing. PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Eto.
at eb haf it there woul Mim en M Mather lefta Saturday Harr was cared to Cocoa the Soda Water and re Cream
Swamingcattbeperonage for Hendersonville, N. C., for a few first of the week where he was com- n
lg whee t atrei seto ek, v ton. Edith ad Edna mitted to jail by Justice oJ. M. San- Fresh Pured at ugs and C emicas
p up in houkeepin, ompanied her as far as Jackson ders in default of a bond of 1,000 Mail orders solicited ad promptly filled. Will order anything w
.. tia that they are still im- ville. for appearance before the fall term haven't in stock
owr chore property. Anilee Mis Florence Hodgwn arrived of the circuit court, admitting the
I e has recently been built Friday from New Jersey, on a visit crime in the justice court, and up to MrAIL." & v W
o rh seo to relies. Miss Hodgon's ny the time of this writing has been un-
Swk t p and pulpit in friends here were glad to see her able o to secure a bail bond for thatch, OIL, CUP

iG. l' oiled. A number of young people met at The charge against him is a most SADDLE HORSE8
arc.S 'io d l e rtdoi iIt wits h gooat im&wl om money, the former amounting to Pue oteo ADDRSS-TTUSV ILK ooba
Sl ractoy, seema- M im e M wdr is uivmoney recovered from.him. He D.iSPELL r J. T. SPELL, esered Phs
f the entire ommun- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Spiller, Pe or oak, any length. Alo plow Im n D nT A







t hopd that the young mano on Thursday evening. C. She received did not s thing e return paet of
frmuith lloe Mr rtr rilW. H. eenH. Gleason returned d lyehis an s abther, Grl5 e S TO REY
without too severulhe aftn enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs. young, about twenty ye Dealer in-
salt?-- Job ve6in Guesres ter, Miss Dodgev, in Jarcsonville, jofh e srand Rr y be re I o a kin .
Uyb ws rey n mAIti MDEhE shaceyleftrThurday g iven living in Cocoa, Titusville, Florida
fryng thir fisk neatly. Cocoa to be ready for the opening of and for them the greatest sympathy
rL elmmert anouned Smun- cer in his work. doing. PERFUMERY, STB TIONERP Eto.
it church that the re miad on g~ Tthur left atuday r Srye wa carried to Cocoi the S4a Water and obe Cream
might, wie theuy aresetwek' vma ction. Edith and Ednaif mitted to jail by Justice J. M. Frd
'igelrpa1orup in h ostete4ohlg aooempanied her as far as Jackson- ters in default of a bond of $1,000 MaI- order solicited and promptly filled. wut order anything we







b.e _aeranly deser .an- FWhilden will join hersey, on a visit crime in the justice court, .nd up to T Tf






mHe certanly deservesan- Whilden will join her husband at Ft. E LO L IU[Ct


I r Om opportunity in life. "iHe that Pierce next week, where they will
b1 winout in among you, let him make their home for the present. 0. F. DUBEN, AGENT LUfDer an1 Bulll i ate
;* e t a s tone." Mrs. E. E. Macey entertained the
He Malabar C. W. B. M. Society Satur- Florida d B ND P NT
UON G A NA. day afternoon. Those present were S OORS
Vel ll has been on the Mrs. Montgomery, Miss Cummings, Western
it i lath t two weeks, and Mr. Melbourne Beach; Mrs. Shull, Mel- In fact everything to build a house. Write for
trwomre a in. bourne; Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. Wells, special prices n carload lots direct from mill
SgIla Carter went to Rock- Tillman. Dinner was served at one
for a few days' visit o'clock, after which the society held of all Kinds.
Hattie Bower. their business session. A most en-
Sd Mrs. Provost and baby, joyable time was spent. b-eruvPaILLE FLORIDA
t e n, are at home again, looking The Remedy that DoOe. Straw berrt
o O. A. STEWART o
rmae better for their outing. **. Kig w veryis the re. 0 A STEWART THE FAMOUS W. W. THO AS PLANTS
Dr. haes, Winnie Dixon, Mr. that does the healin others pmmise but fi My plants are grown with the view of producing
'+a" d Mr. inab~br anud Mrs. F. W. "*Centem r my I. l .cin Pic.e of --- plants of the highest quality that will yield large crops of o
5" l and daughter, Cora, were and long trouble of long standing that other fine berries--just the kind you should plant and the only
treatment relieved only temporarily. New C kind you can afford to plant. Strawberries are the most
Coma vidtors last Saturday. Discovery is doing me so muuh good that I profitable crop grown. Send for free catalogue of plants to
*. feel onfdeut its continuedd use for a reasoma- profitablecropgrown.Sendforfree
SArthe is had a barrel of fine Me length of time will retort me to perfect W. W. THOMAS, The Strawberry Plant In, Anna, Illinoi
p s trom t his father in St. Augus- health." This ren owu.d ough andl cold -J
Onk and geri ol remedly and thromt and lung healer is sold at TIT FLORI A -
Utimr IS week, and generously re- the Banner DruStore, 50cents and 1.00 per TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
bIuIedn all of his friends. Little Trial hottle- see.
Sof i fr s. I represent some of the leading
IA vry happy company of little S E E D S companies of the world and any
S ople gatered at the Munson cot- r business entrusted to me will re-
tai day last week and spent the ackbee's "Pull of Life" Norhern Grow ceive prompt andcareful attention
and i.pud cSeeds have a rertatioes oo 38yearsr L
utesh n blowing .soap bubbles, e rulseed growing behind them. It pays to
.+ g and- pulling candy.- s ssooabe speciah ti- R0bbins GralhlI 0
"eal mallet tot had a bitof G., v., .Robbins & Graham Co. TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.
cJmi to ill, and every one had a oR4n a Exta r r s Bsh (Incorporated) TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.
,ew, r_+wu Ga." Pod t...o n uhel
Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wa .5 Bushel Paid-Up Capital $25.000
Davis New White Wax . Bushel Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
Howard Harkins left for Indi- curie' Rt Proof Wax _s Buel This company owns lands in the
It Monday with the mules Entr Early AUka u . ushel Indian river country, on the St. Rough Framing
S_2_2- to the COunty. New Early Gfd.. .. .W"0o ,m ros
beloe'ng to to he county. H.,A's a'S deain. ": ul Lucie river, at New river and on Framing, dressed four sides 5
I- hav wat it or taiT.. Lm. a p P ES line TdE B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding
&- A. L__ rAor uo a lt s. B Co. Flooring, Ceiling and Sidin g
___'_ wanted it for f.s.. -s sS or Sm:C'. PRICES TO SUIT THE TI3MS No-. IC... Foori Cesing ad Siding
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