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 18, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00667
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Sta Pratts Poltry Rulator.
Bwr Drug 8 Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.r Fmk Cobb, at M -
m, arrived here tthe irst of the
w tk. Mr. Cobb will look after
idoipg orae from garos north
doth sville.
Mrs.W. T. Mather arrived ho
hrom Baton last week, bringing
with her Mter Town md and Mi
SVeroie Moroe, who have been away
all summer.
We cal attention to the advertise-
t o this pae this week for
traosrting pupils from Grnge
to the Titville High school. This
uwvieb is wanted a ones.
Mrs C. C. arkm an d two ba-
bies arrived here lat week on a visit
to her mother, Mrs. Kate Myes, for
a week orn, while Mr. Sparkman is
moving his newspaper plant to Perry.
A year colt belonging to Aleek
Fbter, ored, while on the railroad
Juabelow the depot, Sunday after-
noon, was struck by the nor*bbomud
pm aar train and injured so bedly
that it was killed to ad its misery.
Mimh ter Carlil left this week
for Sutheland, an the gulf co st
sth of Tampa, and Master Bow-
iman COrie, her brother, will at-
tend the iSte University at Gafnes-

Conductor Bert Haile of the San-
ford branch was agreeably surprised
Wedsdas y by a visit from Mrs.
Haile and children, they returning
home by way of Sanford this morn
ing.
Coniderable complaint is raised
on account of the manner in which
the city dock and yacht club prem-
ises are now being used by negroes,
who contribute not a cent for their
maintenance.
Our occasional visitor, the ding-
goned dengue fever, which confaies
its visits to white people only, has
made almost a general call on the
residents of Titusville within the past
few weeks and incapacitated many
from business.
Mr. W. J. Westoq, state agent for
the Jacksonville Metropolis, called
on us Wednesday. He is making a
tour of the East Coast in the inter-
est of the Metropolis, with which
journal he has been employed for the
part sixteen years.
In mayor's court Monday Ase Win-
gate and J. S. Snowden plead guilty
to fighting and were fined $10 each
and costs. Snowden was cut by
Wingate in the left breast, with a
knife, Saturday night, but luckily it
proved only a slight flesh wound.
Wednesday the mayor held a mat-
inee when two daughters of Ellis
Cobb, and Sarah Thompson and Jos-
ephine Brown, negro girls, were
fined $8.00 each and costs for unruly


conduct toward several young ladies
while on Julia street, forcing them
off the sidewalk and calling them
names.
Titusville Bottling Works,
M. GOODMAN, PROPRIETOR.
Manufacturer of carbonated bev-
erages. Specialty of Pepsi-Cola, high
grade Ginger Ale, and a full line of
assorted sodas. Write for prices in
case lots f. o. b.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on


Boys' Clothing

Ourfall line of boys' schooland
dram sts are here ready for your
ipetloM, in blue serge, stripe in
olies, browns md grays, sies 4to
17, dter knikerboceOr o straight
pt, prices $1.00 to $8.00 per suit,
all tandad makes, double guaran-
teed.
We an fit your boy from head to
foot in all the latest styles, atthe
mrt reanable prices.
WINSTON S. BRANNING
THE CLOHING STORE
TItuville, Florida.

Hug Sport on the Halifax.
A uarty of hunters on the Halifa
river north of Daytona Beach killed
a huge bar last week that had been
eagerly sought for the past five sea-

On a previous hunt this bear killed
five valuable dogs and seriously crip-
pled two others, and was itself shot
several times. It has killed at vari-
os times many hogs near Harwood
station, and~ while often seen and at-
taked by hunters it has managed to
mesape until last week, when it was
killed by John Roberts, who has a-
ompanied nearly every party hunt-
ing it for the past few years.
When the last hunt started it was
a merry party. Mr. Guy, proprietor
of the Colonnades hotel at Seabreeze,
and Mr. Holmes were there in their
big automobiles. The dogs were
turned loose and old Bruin slipped
out and took a run down just back
of the beach where no bear wasever
known to run before, but John Rob-
erts and Bob Rawlings soon caught
on to this new trick and pressed her
so hard that she was compelled to
run over two hunters, who explained
that had they shot they might have
hit each other.
A drenching rain sent the party to
camp soon after, and the day's hunt
was over. The sun failed to show up
next morning but the chase was
again on, when, during the worst
rain of the day the bear came sneak-
ing along two miles ahead of the
dogs when he was fired on by Mr.
Roberts at a distance of 150 yards
and brought to earth.
Roberts almost wept when he dis-
covered he had killed the old stand-
by, saying, "Why, I've had more
fun hunting that bear for the past
five years than with all I have ever
killed." The peninsula opposite Ti-
tusville can supply you with numer-
ous others, Mr. Roberts.
Auction Sale
New goods at the auction sale Sat-
urday night.
J. R. WALKER & Co.


Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS.
Shiloh, Fla.
For Sale.
A few barrels of pure, saw pal-
metto honey. Write for prices to
Palmetto Apiary, Henry Benecke,
Titusville, Fla.

Made a Man of Him
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.
For detailed and confidential infor-
mation address
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE,
Jacksonville, Fla.


LATEST HEWS

IND INCIDENTS

Pmal Panlgrh beit Puple that
Trvel 3m uad Ti
Dr. Miler, Dentist, Titusvili.
A party of young men came up
from Co.oa Sunday on a launch con-
sisting of Mers. Theo. Travis, two
Bracco brothers, Rembert, Jones and
White, returning that afternoon.
Leon Wilson has bought the launch
hull from Captain Fisher which the
latter used on the Titusville-Artesia
mail route the past four years. He
will put a Hartford motor in this
boat.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Medina and baby,
frem New Orleans, who spent sev-
eral weeks here with Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Denham, returned to their
home Monday, having had a most
pleasant visit. Mrs. Medina and
Mrs. Denham are sisters.
From Tuesday's Jacksonville T.-U.
we clip the following personal: "Mr.
J. H. Allen, a prominent insurance
man of Allenhurst, Fla., was a prom-
inent arrival at the Aragon yester-
day. Mr. Allen is a yachting enthu-
siast, being captain of the yacht club
in Allenhurst and owning several
fine racing yachts."
Titusville High School Opens
Titusville High school opened Mon-
day with an unusually large attend-
ance. The corps of teachers this
year is as follows: Principal, Prof.
S. J. Overstreet; first assistant, Miss
Helen Miller; second amistant, Miss
Jean Waldron; with Miss Susie Tee-
ter and Miss L. P. Grace in charge
of the primary department.
Prof. Overstreet, Miss Miller and
Miss Teeter gave such excellent ser-
vice as teachers in this school last
year that they were recalled by
unanimous consent of the patrons
and school board, while Miss Wal-
dron and Miss Grace come to us
highly recommended. We predict
that this will be a banner year for
the Titusville High school.
Notice.
Sealed bids will be received up to
3:30 o'clock Saturday, September 19,
1908, for transporting pupils from
LaGrange to Titusville. No bid will
be considered except from good, re-
liable white men over 21 years of
age. The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved.
JOHN R. WALKER,
Supt. Pub. Ins.

Auction Sale
New goods at the auction sale Sat-
urday night.


J. R. WALKER & CO.
Isaac Jones and His $100 Bill
A negro by the name of Isaac
Jones, of City Point, was arrested in
Jacksonville Tuesday for displaying
a $100.00 bill, which undoubtedly is a
very uncommon sight in the metrop-
olis, and aroused the suspicion if
Patrolman Wilder, who ran him in.
Jones explained that he had been at
work for Snell Hendry, a trucker on
Indian River, and was on his way to
visit his aged mother in Tallahassee
whom he had not seen for ten years.
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Miss Nellie Schofield spent Sunday and the rains have fi shined the salt
with Mrs. P. L. Kyzer. Mr. D. Har- water to a great ext,.nt. This should
prison and family also spent Sunday result in a fair stage of water in the
with her. river during the wh ie winter.
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Notwitnstanding tne plausibility o01 uun Repair nSop. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Jones' statement he was held that (;uns stocked and shotguns re- Steering wheels and boat cushions
further investigation may be made. bored. All work guaranteed. Frut jr, rberlastid o cases
When arrested Jones was purchasing HENRY BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. Stop Leak Sticks for boats and roofs
clothing on West Bay street, a local- ..Copper tacks, galvanized screen
ot whinh in Wesd tBabe anything but Ladders! Ladders!! Water-proof bath tub enamel
healthy for persons handling large Just received, carload of ladders. CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
rolls of the long green. Straight ladders for orange pickers, Winter Homes.
g g Extension stepladders for orange Lots for sale at Horti, Banana
Launch for Sale pickers, Extension ladders for paint- River. A fine location, adjoining
ers, etc. Thmnsand I1iandr (.lnh nmornrtv


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MONDAY, SPT. 21, 1908. AU) a o
Ladies' tailormadeshirt waist suits m,14timA IlMkW Ihe eo l f .M.
made ofa good alit of linen ichfain- m I m
bray, wais handsomely embroidered, drM|| k Tha Wl G
worth $5.00, special Monday for l ik
$3.29. Remember The Alpine for lodglg
Another lot made of Manchester and quick lunch when you com to
cambric, waist has two rows of lace Titusville.
insertion and lace yoke, skirt has two
rows of lace insertion and belt to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins ad
match worth $5.00 for $39. Douglas are expected to return hom
We have just received another lot from their trip to Maine ae tie
f Manhester cambric with Persanthe latter part o next wee.
band borders, 36 inches wide, spec- nex e
ially suited for ladies' shirt waist Mr. M. T. Jones, of Mims, went to
suits and children's dresses, special Indian Springs, Ga., Sunday, on as
Monday for 15 cents yard. count of having ben indispod
Natural colored linen, worth o t
cents per yard, 30 inches wide, spec- late and thinking the change would
ial Monday for 29 cents. be beneficial.
Another lot worth 35 cents per Mr. and Mrs L A. Brad and
yard, special Monday for 25 cents Mastr Parkhurst arrived home lt
A good quality of bleaching 36 Mater Parkhurst rrived home last
inches wide, special Monday 12 yards Friday night, after spending several
for $1.M. months very pleasantly in the New
Lonsdale domestic, 36 inches wide, England states.
worth 121 cents, special Monday for W e c g u i a i
It cents, While chipping up ice at hs sh
An excellent quality of unbleached house last Friday a glance blow ant
domestic, 36 inches wide, worth 10 three of the tines of the pick into
cents a yard, special Monday 14 yards W. L Doolittle's best foot, ndemi-
for $1.06.. .
Alligator dress suit cases with two taing hs using crutches for several
raps, bras lock and trimmings, days.
worth $4.00, special $2.8. Miss Alliene Wilson, of Daytona,
Just received twenty-eight differ- will teach the Jamion Mills school,
ent styles in ladies' oxfords, tan, gun
metal and dongola, all sizes and all near Oak Hill, the present term,
widths, prices more than right, having secured her certificate. Mim
Mail orders promptly filled on any Hazel Stiling will assist in the kin-
of the above goods. dergarten department at the Dayto-
JULUS KLINE, na school.
Titusville, Florida. naahool
Titusville, Fo Mr. F. S. Battle dispoed of his
Church Notes fine new home last week to Mrs
Services at the M. E. church, Emma Roenaker, who will probably
South: Preaching next Sunday, rent it this winter furnished. Hav-
Septmber 20, at? 11 a. m. and 7:30 ing business which calls him to the
p. m.; Sunday school at 3 p. m. gulf coast, Mr. Battle decided to
Prayer meeting every Wednesday at offer his place for sale and soon ae-
7:30 p. m. There is a place and a cured a purchaser.
welcome for you. The St. Augustine Record of Sun-
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on day states that Miss Frances Ranson,
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a.m., the charming daughter of Mr. and
and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Robert Ranson, arrived home
this morning from Chattanooga,
MTMS. where she has been visiting friends
Rainy weather and a few mosqui- for the past three months. She en-
toes this week. joyed a most delightful visit to the
e o e Tennessee city. Mr. Ranson has just
Mr. Snell, of Ozone, Fla., an orange returned from a trip to the north-
buyer, was here last week. west.
Miss E. E. Mitchell left last week Mr. N. O. Penny, from- Vero, ar-
for her home in Lemon City. rived in town last Saturday, about 2
Mr. M. T. Jones has gone to In- p. m. with his Orient runabout, hav-
dian Springs, Ga., for his health. ing made the run from Eau Gallie
Mrs. M. C. Mims is in Bonaven- that morning over a very rough
ture, visiting Mrs. R. E. Mims and road from that place as far as Bona-
family. venture. The Orient is a double cyl-
Mr. J. W. Frasier, of Titusville, inder air-cooled motor of 8 h. p. and
was here last week looking after his was geared low for sandy roads. Mr.
orange crop. Penny returned home the next day.
He had no trouble north from Bona-
Mlarge packing house on his groe venture, as the roads are very good
large packing house on his grove
a most of the way.
near the depot.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hansell and The excessive rainfall for the past
Master Henry spent Sunday visiting few days, and high northeast winds,
have caused unusually high water in
friends in LaGrange.
both the St. Johns and Indian rivers.
Mr. W. B. Duncan, of New York, The St. Johns is reply rted to be high-
has been here buying oranges for the er than in twelve y s. The rains
firm of W. J. Duncan & Co. together with high tides outside
Mrs. Lillian Britton left last week caused by the hea y northeasters,
for Hawk's Park, where she will have raised the we.ters of Indian
visit friends for a week or more. river almost two feetL above normal,






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st t eater for te d as with-
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P i"tho e w eathr ba u reduction
atm atr a itba re a tery times
SseI m me a ma Ia the weather
Sba liageat tbe geges sad
S...... be nmetr, pluviosa-
ts ad other maencism haIvtl me,
o A aeve look out at the wladow
tte leads. I work wtheot say inta
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a I si n amed a how standing on
Oa ItI lt eat gound I ean nd,
0 that I ca san the ment herIon
I wate areflly te changing ple-
ta sad gruplngs made by the
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e oua the weather bureau men
pi k tg m methods, but they hare to
.I tlM accuracy of my propheies.
Sir Hersey of the national weather
eam In Washington has Invited me
to go up in a balloon with him this
astomn to study the atmospheric con-
dttleno He wishes to convince me
ahw much better it is to foretell the
weather by sientiic methods."' And
Mrs. Wilkin smiled as if she felt sure
o and satisfied with her own nature
study metboda
"Any me can and out the things that
I have discovered she says modestly.
There are book on physical geogra-
phy to be had, and any one is free to
study and experiment. There is no se-
. elt process about It. Observation and
iesetiov are the basis of my predie-
Stasd. There are twenty-seven signs
to udge by, and of course it is not
easy to reconcile opposing signs and
oadlItions. One needs a good deal of
practice to enable one to trike the av-
erage."
Mrs. Wilklin Is a tioy, slender, vi-
vaedou woman, with aubnru hair and
the electric energy of the red haired
temperament. She is radiantly enthu-
ilmastle over her "heavenly studies." al-
though she ha:s no idea of making any
practical or commercial use of her
knowledge.
8be hasu been invited to foretell the
weather every day for the week of


Sept. 14-19. In which the state fair will
te held at Syracuse.
Mrs. Wilkin is a Colonial Dame and
a Daughter of the American Revolu-
tion as well as a weather seer.

Betrothal Bracelet a Delight.
There it no prettier token for a fian-
cee than a bracelet, and every girl will
feel grateful to Prince George of
GrOece for having revived this fine old
* custom. He bestowed a betrothal
bracelet upon the Princess Marie Bona-
parte at the time be slipped an engager
mat ring upon her finger. and siuce
then his example bas been followed by
young men all over Europe. The fash-
Ion has come In at New York. and no
young woman's enC-:t~ement now will
be complete uislesP sealed by both a
ringand a bracelet. The bracelet that
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iammeti Oi Palmled
G lleo rvath, a eanmrin art t,
raemily temples at Pirets, Vt.,
after y m of careful week, stny and
research a mammoth ela paItatg of
Waahsnltow at the Battle ot Tre
toe." It ie b~ald to be the lIuut
s~e p ltre e any ube et ever
psaseed la the laftd StatM. It is
o Seat eas a"d 11 feat high.

AUTOMOBILE CAAMINS.
Metera4g Partese In Serkshire Hill
Pts Teats In FmerW Lets.
Atranioll camaplng the latest dl-
veri of city toort taveng la thi
Bre-hIres, and Irtloehil hIll. Itn-
atsd of lpping at the hotes, omef
which have the reputation of caring
-atets exrbtant rates they carry
their own tnts. which they pitch on
some eoblMn farmer's lot
Autolsto buy everything they aed
for the table fom the farmer, also pay
him for the use of bis cooking Uteails
and dshe.M
A touring ear with six peassager
stopped at 81ias Carrlntom's above
Oolbrook, Conn. at about 7230 p. m.
the other day and asked it there was
a convenient place en hs premises to
pitch a tent.
There's a ten acre pasture you an
use" replied 8ias. "and If 'tail't
enough take a strip of the meadow."
"What's the charge?
"Oh. none."
"Ever take a drink asked the city
man.
Carrington took out his watch and
repUed, "I drink Just once a day. pnac-
tualy at 7-:0 p. m."
The autolsts paid the farmer $2 for
food, and everything was fresh. The
party's bill the day before at a fash-
lonable hotel was $2.


New Wirsles leheme.
Commander Cleland Davis, U. 8. N..
inventor of the, famous Davis torpedo,
has a new wireless scheme, which be
has submitted to the war department
at Washington for consideration. It is
the utiliing of the Washington monu-
ment as a wireless station. Conmand-
er Davis believes bis plan would make
It possible to send wireless messages
to all parts of the world uninterrupt-
edly. Commander Davis believes that
the belght of the monument, which Is
55 feet, will eliminate all fear of any
contact, a there are no high buildings
or mountains Interrupting. It would
Insure the saving of thousands of dol.
lars to the government and would
mean through direct communication
that only minutes would be consumed
In sending messages where hours are
necessary at this time.

THE "KISS ME" COAT.
Latest Thing In Garments For Men
Buttons Left Handed.
Kis Me-that is the name of the
latest creation In coats to be worn this
season.
It has the Prince Chap and Merry
Widow variety beaten a league. and
its designer, a tailor of Fifth avenue.
New York. at the tailors' convention In
New York the other day announced
that It was Intended especially for
ltridegrooms.
The new coat Is attended to i\ve :t
particularly effeminate appearannc. It
buttons left handed, like a woman's
Jacket. Is tight fitting, supplied with
-in extra pocket for the groom to carry
hlii ro!l in and fitted with :in ort of
:'o'ling effect in front that gives Its
wearer the correct feminine figure. fat
hips and pouter pigeon front.
"Whole hog or none," refers to Mo-
h:ai.uicd allowing his followers to eat
il except oll e portion lo f :1 pig. but fail-
in-; to mnci'in iwhalt the portion was.
t< hn t if :l Mola.itiiei'ilinu did not leave
p ark strictly ;alonee ie might as well
o:i.u!i;;e the i whole hog as risk eating
any ptirt of it.
It .was long ago aseertained by Hum-
ildt thl;t :in asre in ii nanas will pro-
duce forty-four times more by weight
tli:han the potato and 133 times nlore'
tliian whct. .s a producer of fo lw-
st II Ithere is nothing in the plant
woirlrl f!iat is aile toi :i;mke even a re-
ptectabihle .secol tod tile ban;ita.
"IRefore we were i:matrried." :said IMr'
i'lhttert',n. "you utc ( to tell te lio\\
niucb you loved nic. but you never do(
now.*."
*'fr oirse not. my dlor." replied tlhe
Ulas.'tine p:ritiner. "S nce our iair-
ri:n' you h:ven'ti given lme a chance
to tell you anything."
"William." she said. "means good.
James means lovetl. I wonder"-
A flush mantled her cheek.
"I wonder." she softly murmurred.
"wh:it (eorge meanss"
"(Getrgee nlatns business. I hope."
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"My friends," said an Itinerant
preacher, "the Scriptural rule for giv-
ing was one-tenth of what a man pos-
sessed. If you feel you can't afford so
much, just give a sixth or a fourth, ac-
cording to your means. We will dis-
pense with the next hymn and take up
the collection."-Lipplncott's.
"Marjory. Isn't it getting later'
asked Mrs. Munn as she peeped into
the parlor at 11:30 and interrupted a
con versation between her daughter
anl her young man.
"Yes. na:tumna." replied Miss Munn
sweetly: "it usually does at this time
of eight. "
In the eighteenth century begging
was a frightful nulsai:ce in the Ger-
man states. In Bavaria whole regi-
menfts had to be sent out to arrest and
pi;lnil the numerous professional beg-
gars. ;nd ('ologue. with a population
at the time of only 40.000. had nearly
10.00i paupers.
"Me father," -ald Mrs. Murphy. "al-
ways gits up whenever a lady enthers
the rooiu."
"The would tan is too suspicious."
Mr. Murphy rmrnnted. "I never seen
the woman ylt that's I'e mane enough
to l:it yet whei ye was sitting' down."-
lionle :itgauzi:le.
L.:ily inspectc inlg old housei-I under-
statnd e they say this lhse is haunted'
C'.: -i;a',or- Ilaunits'. I make naullht o'
th'ii haunits. Them what's gone to
t'ri;:! t police don't w'ant to coIle back
:;t":;in. and thben wha:t' gone to t'other
p! ;-,e. Ihey won't let 'eni."--london
ill.
Th'le tI:.t Fettl!enent in Oregon was
ti: ;." ;at Forti ("!top. near the mouth
o;: tlhe 'oluiinliaii rt\tvr. on the 2.!d diay
of .!:iir'h. I 'Sl1. The men comniprising
t1 g(roul weri-e prolspeci:ive fir traders
.seiit t) t'ie1 I':cfltic coast by ,Jlohn Jacob
.':-tr. They hli: sailed from New
Y(,rk on Io:urd the ship Tonquin.
Just Exactly Right.
"I have used l)r. Kini's New Life PillA fmr
Fsv right." siys Mr. 4. A Felton.. of Ilarrisville.
N. Y. New Lift Pills relieve without tlie
least tioii. hili,.isiies and ruialaria. 2." at B snllier
Drug Store.



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:001-ats Os.bu"Mt

rMI r tne a b e mMa m tt
north by the Hanrem sip anal (or-
marly Ipeyte Dyvfl creek), on the
ast by.the Harkis ad theo t rdv
am on the imoth by Now York paper
ar and on the west by the Hudeam
river. Its area i twenty-two equar
UBes.
Old Acqumtutanee-Why, old bcha a
few yeanm o you were the bet drm
ed ran to tow, bat aow yr ett is
pretty sabby. Had a reverse? O -
paulon-Well, you may ca It that The
truth ti I got marked mne, ad ow
Itr my wle thtf the bet dremod
weemB t towL.
Sld a post to a n fortoaate spec-
later: "Don't you think that the ope-
ing lon of TennysW' little poem
TBrk, brek, break' r plaintive and
mid?'
"YM," was the melano reply.
"But I thik that 'Broke, broke, beks.'
is a as deal sadder."
An nglishman named Shelfard
while traveling In lRamntr heard frm
the atives of the existeae of ying
aknes He found that there actually
were such reptile and that they had
an anatmical peliarity which en-
abled them to deseed safely from high
trees to the ground or water.
There ti a special ela of farm la-
borers In Sweden who are given so
aany acres of land for their own use
In consideration of so many* days' la-
bor during the year for the owner of
the farm. Tbese "torpares" are a sort
of fixture to an estate, and their like
exists In no other country.
Hunter say It is very rare for moth-
er foxes to leave all their young In one
place. It is their cunning habit to seat-
ter the family, one and two in widely
separated retreat. It is mid, too, that
foxes will not rob root dose to their
deas, but will go miles away for food
and carefully hide their traills.
Young Wife-Tomorrow will be my
birthday, dear. Young Husband-
You'll be twenty-one? Young Wife-
No; twenty-five. Young Husband-
Why, a year ago, Just before our wed-
ding. you told me you were only twen-
ty. Young Wife-Yes, but I have aged
rapidly aince our marriage.
Anxious Mother-Nellie, dear, do you
think that young Huggins, who has
been calling on you twice a week for
some time, is matrimonially inclined?
Pretty Daughter-Really I don't know
what to think, mamma, dear. He has
such a knack of keeping one In the
dark!


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to highly praise our Ballard's Snow Liniment for
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
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rm0 eia dtoer evelyhing tit the mris sn ta emt of farm Implements.
minmllsm s bert 0 ~cwa "dte.stlm" to not the least of the
a the farm aad the ImenP ts e trba, a the ommis.
The ap ieleN esemblM a foill m l ef to a rs followed
way l1 Ml a t s ysai eral -fntn ggy.
We bigumt apmaw stek and nhft-



m me In i m e er to te fdtoell look I nto a prd mary atnd ag-
van at the ebl tet r's r IeOanced ed eatlo n a thect thearm. Under


aboft e trm a U et ert p anne th in ad "manual training. The
T2 noa CIO@** seeImees a twohnmmesman if the mapin ifolowed,
m it is 111100010e tb Mouseswill look Inte tohe primary and ad-
vanced edaestion an the farm. Under
WM* tabso Is aed at bwabye "ptwW an me 01 rpdiment ," 6ra

plez at am st gla t a yet after a me The emml n will clover where
mrt' tgy wo1deruly sla the ie r ts isthe rudiments of i
lsts t b ow t wo et m tnratl. how mch nature teacher
doW es b6 unatide r tlhe M IS MA1y IPort on the man-
rwoSserlt sam nrtisn sad ptc ual tratint The farmer's "advanced
lr a d e e pe a ~ a Yt Mr. tle"- w be dealt with by In-
PSnebt. To banl with, tbhe ads a quirt tthe umber of college bred
th ap rs that the popular farmers or whether they attended the
farn Mammmmlto" is a mlm,-e-- It srmal or a ctural schools. "Short
heald be thi em m alesim e l o esponden, bulletins,
lastr." whisk, asthem m een tl readings, Itinerant
O4w, implfm a muchk bi5E fir et t atdngo, letures, farmers' Institute
actvlt. The perspective tl m -* e-a ndse~el clmb w01l also receive con-
mulm n involves the enati se u- iw
a.l trWtu, but the aerr In considerlta the last subdivision.
tm is bwr r the o tR hAat 7 L lter applyy" the commission will
:.tsed ad is to reesTe theL mSa n dl with "locality characterr."
atin et aw d "lamigration." It will look
The main hadta ot the map ae up the quality and quantity of labor In
the ruaLk Mran ad muwbea. Th deret loeaUttes, the character,
two latter ea~s ha v to do 'wbther skilled or unskilled: the scale
wiv theseM therM ddo i thef wages and the cost of living, the
bmis lantemds to uorm l Wh parnta of the Immigrant and the
they etor tomain f at the mr pag ntalo that sgoe to the farm, its
.ad havoe as Inliate bestaIfg o edtivene s sand prtotlveness. Child
NIL .VhP the amm al rs have labor is also a subject to be studied.
ondmple ated u at an t iand the map contains many other sug-
which a a be Islded u"tr thestlois wbich may be followed, com-
"rtual" they will I, tnoie aw ploetag the most elaborate ndertaknla
a @rseq udt ot s the tboud 9 ever attempted by a commission.
.eM that come under t ether bet*
s W a Washingt ontt
o tsew Tortrs eso "THE RHINE A PAIN STREAM"
th- "nurar the map hMa n toI
say. Its travel almost defy detridp- German's Caustio Criticism of the
tUs, but the first generali atlon i River of Romance.
mapped out as follow: Land supply, Under the headline "The Rhine
erg.isatlk, communlcation, corpora- Stream a Pain Stream" an iconoclast
ton, control, education and labor srp- of the name of WiUlbald Cramer
ply. writes about'the German river of ro-
mach of these subdivios has ano- mance in the Berliner Tageblatt and
meroos other subdivislons and those 1 I the course of his article, which has
subdivisions other subditvisoso until excited much displeasure in the Rhine
the visitor Is lost in a labyrith of region, says:
,systematic classmeiatio. From the "L6 there is anything beyond my com-
subdivIlsons of "land supply" on is prehension It is the enthusiasm of the
able to discover that the commlsmlon German people for the Rhine. A more
Intends to discover the kind and quan- tedious, desolated waterway it would
tty of the land now betng tilled in be difficult to flud. The few ruins
the country; to obtain Information a maintained by the Society For the Pro-
to the locatla, quality, price, facilities. tectlon of the Beautiful imuprets me as
'* las and tenures; how moch s public, little as does the dome nt Cologne, in
how moch private, how mach is rent- the gambling lottery of which my fa-
d and leased, the rates of reatln anad their has invested money for the last
leasing, the terms of acquoitloe, the ten years without recerving any re-
amount of taxes, the wage paid to the turns. And the so called vineyards,
farm laborer, the acreage of humid, these mounds erected as advertlse-
arid and riparian lands and the amount ments by the makers of wines, so that
of arid land which Is Irrigated and their mixture of high wine, rainwater
suited to dry farming, and sugar may find a market under the
After disposing of the "land supply" name of Liebfrauenmilch, have no
the map takes up the question of aor- charm for me.
ganistton." On this subject the map "There (111n be no doubt that fifty
shows the vast amount of study which years aio this whole territory was fiat
was done to bring in every pomible as a tennis court. Everything on the


subdivision which might require atteo- Rhine Is fraud. The Mouse tower is
tton. The first subdivrslon i the "In- probably the only place In the whole
dividual." The commission wll In- region which Is not overrun by mice.
quire Into the different types of rm- At all other points one is fairly eaten
ers, their health, their stature, their up by this pest. And the weather! It
strength, their habits and their Intelll- begins with a harmnlsc *fo,. so,, thhck
gence. After that facts as to their that thi se who pll:ty tilitin.ni's buff
housing, their outbuildings, their diet. do n t ;ne.:l :t 1-:lRdage over their eyes.
the food produced and the food pur- A.t noon tle: f.iC ri.es. and then ;I omes
chased, their water supply, whether the rain whlil,'h makes the hine. which
well or stream; their clothing and the driel up during the n:ihlt. a stream
care they take of their children will e again."
Inquired Into.
The second outgrowth of "organlza- Said She-It Is said that married
tion" is the community. The commis- men are braver thln a:ai:le inmen.
slon wants to know about the public Said Ie-Yes: they have to be. ('hi-
Institutions. the schools, the civic halls., cage News.
the hospitals. the cemeteries of the "Bligglnas enjoys telling people some-
farmers, the extent of co-operation thing disagree Hble."
among them for profits or mutual bet- "yes. He would make an ideal
terment and the efforts made for o- weather prophet." -Washington Star.
clal betterment. A third subdivision It
"homestead." under which falls the "What caused that awkward break
household, the garden. the kitchen, the in the conversation ?"
lawns, the orchards, the hothouses and "'Some uoe d:oplaied the subject."-
the attempts at ornamentation. Lastly Argonaut.
under this hand the word "farm" Isa Bobby-a,. whiati sa pArs .'enisor?
ubed. and here there Is an intricate lPa-ne is a mian who knows more
netwoq of radiation on the map. One than be thinks other people shoull.
line leads to "Indoor domestic econ- Judge.
omy" and another to "outdoor farm
economy." Indoor domestl economy Maud-But do you bellove in vacclua-
Im t n thee nhase---"aestbhtl," "In- tion? Besie-Rather. It kept my sts-


I -fe -a- 1-p-
ins I- m e; n Tm bw one

A e Mtos be east w".
a a as weria *N at peaSa
And em n400 m0s
Per wat a wl je I espe;
rm aa mm the pom et a
AR day I ost a dee ply te;
At asht I bun the '*l gM eol.
rm aWs "peevia when I n--
Tbese4das ym elaom othirwIM.
Smaro s eC nI a sseI
ash am1n. but they do Net avaI
Me anythU Yet still I Lhpe
Toe f ae aot the P-emant d
The m@eealseem win be plays out.
Aad then I haven't any debt
But what Dme Nature w attst
The fat I need a Ienthy ret;
Unto that tie xemsa mM I ,.
And do not fritter tine away.
Par ftom the madatng thrags rn le
And figure out the pennant dop.
-C. P. McDonald a It. Ino Obbe-
Democrat.

Bet the World Afbrds.
"Itgivesme uaboanded pleaareto recom-
mend Beeklem's Amrais 8lve," mayJ. W.
Jenkis, of Chapel Hill, N. C. "I am con
vined its the b ave the world ad. It
eured a felon on mr thumb, and it never bils
to heal every sore, bam or wound to which
it is applied. e at the Banner Drug Store.

Deeignations.
Bom foreigners and even certain
Americans are disposed to stand asle
from what they haughtily term the
working classes of the country. It is
to be regretted that they could not have
overheard the conversation which took
place on an East river ferryboat not
long ago between a recently introduced
--hall we hazard it?-wheelwrightand
shopglri
"Do you attend In Barginer's estab-
lishmentr" be asked.
"Yes; 1 am one of the emporium Ia-
die." she replied, with becoming dig-
alty. "Whre are you engaged?
"I am one of Banks & Co.'s repository
for carriages gentlemen," he informed
be.-Philadelphia Ledger.
A Text For a Sermen.
A member of the faculty of the Unl-
verlity of Pennsylvania has had fre-
quent occasion to reprove his eight-
year-old daughter for playing with
matches.
Recently the youngster in the exer-
cise of her favorite diversion succeed-
ed In burning her hands.
Immediately she was summoned to
Judgment. "Clara," said the father
sternly, "I should punish you for your
disobedience. There is. however, no
need to in this case, for God has al-
ready punished you."
"Yes, sir," meekly responded the child;
"but. papa, he let me play with the
matebes an awfully long time first."-
Harper's Weekly.
Jupiter and Lightning.
Among the ancients. especially the
Greeks and Romans, one struck dead
by lightning was held In great honor.
The supreme deity in the Greek and
I Roman religions. Zeus or Jupiter., was
supposed to be the manipulator of the
lightning, and the person struck down
by one of the fiery bolts was especially
distinguished. inasmuch as be had
i len felled directly by the king of the
I iods. The dignity of the killer was
I .*tleettd upon the killed. In addition
S, this. the opinion was quite universal
I hbt the bodies of those struck by
lightning were incorruptible.
King Cotton.
According to the common under-
standing, the expression "king cotton,"
or "cotton is king." was first used by
the Hon. James H. Hammond in the
year 1S58. Hlanmmond was from the
state of South Carolina, the chief prod-
uct of which commonwealth was cot-
ton. Mr. Huammond's idea was that
cotton, beiug the great commercial ex-
port of this country and the chief arti-
cle of manufacture in Great Britain.


was "king" and that no politics was al-
lowable that clrosed the grain of the
"king's" interests.-New York Ameri-
can.
St. George and the Dragon.
Accordi:;g to Percy. St. George, the
son of Lord Albert of Coventry, after
fighting against the Saracens went to
Sylene. a city of Libya, where there
was a stagnant lake infested by a
monster dragon "whose hide no spear
could pierce." Every day a vgigin was
Sacrificed to it. and at length It came
to the lot of the king's daughter to be-
come the victim. She was tied to the
Stake and left to tbe devoured when St.
George came up and vowed to take her
vause in hand. On came the dragon.
when the saint. thrusting his lance
into its mouth. killed it at on'e.

A Burglar in Town
his naaniie is "ald cough." lie do'estIt care
for igolll or silver but he will 4teal your he:tlth
away. If he appears in your house arrest
hilu at once:with Ballard's Horehound Syrup,
Sit may UIl na (ticsulpitanf if you don't. .
cure fir all coughs. cclds aand chelst troubles.
Price :2w.. 54k a;ll $1.INm per little. S, l by
T'itusville Phlirmuacy aind Banner Drug %tort.

Stop eParatclh inl two minutee: toothache or
pain or burn or MwIld in rive minutes: hoatra-
ue~., one hour; muscleache. two hours: sure


W*isAveINt V I3 S *W.s

Wl.P ut tin fYm h
Them tal asd witr sem ls anm
ly to ma a sei evay L retms i
d esm fomea aIft tlhe ^deam t i a .
haku na a and ha a New TemL
are cared out For ee thig, tmhe
is going to be a let of eoer. But pe.
hape the mat strong nort elty all I
the sheath trouers. In these the leg
eamu 0n the outside tated of rnm-
ning down to the bottom will stop at
the knee a e ld e la from that pont
oa. For those who are of more eti-
ng natures the sem Is not open to
expose the calf of the leg but Is fbom-
ed into a plait.
Then there are the new pajamas
with mother-of-pearl buttons and bead-
ing with any delicate shade of baby
ribbon, pink being preferred by the
ultra exclusive ones.
Green-f ll rich hunter's green-will
lead in the colors of garment, but it
may be relieved with stripes. To go
with t)e green suit oft must have a
green hat. Soft hats, preferably made
of plush, are being carried by leading
hatters. They are known as yodels
(the hats, not the hatters) and evident-
ly are of Swiss origin.
Following close in the wake of the
yodel hat to the Marathon tie, whose
chief point of excellence seems to be
that Its color are fast. But the Mara-
thon tie is among the "also ran" when
It comes to the automobile ecarf. This
is In gold, purple and green diagonal
stripes The man who wears one must
run the risk of being arrested for
speeding.
But with it all the tailors preach
"harmony." You get It, too, in spats
There Is a shirt that's a veritable rhap-
sody in color. Fortunately the demand
for It seems to come from few as yet
The body of the garment is of cre-
tonne, with pink roses sprinkled about,
offset by a modest, shrinking violet or
two. The bt S:m and cuffs are of green
'and white stripes alternating.
In evening dress the conventional
black is being deserted slowly for the
dark blue or gray, many of which lat-
ter colors wil be worn this fall. Socks
must be of plain shades, mostly brown,
green or purple. Sunset at sea and
satsuma effects are tabooed.

NIGHT RIDER REGULATIONS.

Kentucky Town's Novel Cede For Use
In Case of Attaek.
Following are the regulations for
public safety recently passed by the
city council at Murray, Ky, the hot-
bed of the Night Rider district:
First.-Fire signal: Blowing of whis-
ties and ringing of bells, together with
loud calls from those who are awake.
Second.-All those who are able to
fight fire on hearing the above signals
will come promptly to the fire.
Third.-If the firing of guns is heard
hereafter, all persons will stay in their
houses, as this will mean that a fight
is on between the state guards and
the Night Riders.
Fourth.-ln case of such an Invasion
the citizen can shoot from his home if
he is positive his mark is a Night
Rider and not a citizen or member of
the state guards.
Fifth.-These regulations are made
necessary for the reason that there is
grave danger of some one being killed
when promiscuous shooting Is allowed.
Sixth.--This being so. from this on
those who shoot to give signal will be
tldeemled guilty of a misdemeanor and
will th dealt with accordingly.
Seventh. -Any citizen can ring any
bell or blow any whlitle to arouse the
people, but not tire any gun to give an
alarm.
Eighth.- In view of recent fires It
has becoume necessary to enforce the
ordinance now in existence requiring


all ImUrsons found on the streets after
11 o cl'wk to give an account of them-
slves to those on guard.
Ninth --Keep in imin d that these reg-
ulatiiis aret flmhe g'ood of the public.
so that we nmay understand each other
iand make less Ithe danger to life and
property.

A Traveling Man's Experience.
"I Ilitnit tell vt u tniy xperii iOl na teast
NoiUill (). K. & N. K. l train frioi 'illtlltonu
ti, I..;randl. ()re.." write. Sam A. 4;arhr. a
well known trav.elinmlu 11141 "I wt. iui tht
l.,1ikin lx department within ,l, a111 Imu when o.nh of theltlln Wett o'lt into the
ctoach ualll caule iackl andl saiil. Thel'l i., a
wuman sick unto de th iu the car I t oItt.i
got iup alA11l wcut itout. t iiult her very ill with
.ratiap colic; her iands a.i nd aImN were drawn
ulp so you cwull rnot )traiglhteti th'mii. anmi with
; ,l,-ath-like look oil her IL.tc. Tw' ,,r ttolr'
ltdiri ware workinux with tihr andl ivinr her
whisky. I weut to my lsit icat- anll dit 11ny
Iattle of ('lhamberltili's I'olic. ('hl,.r :n and
I iarrhm:a Rutictly (I never travel without it)
ran t~ the wate-r tank. put a ti double ,i.- of
the nmdicineie in the- glas. poureil -''tie w;at.r
into at and stirred it with a pei'nci: then I ha-t
quite a time to get the laelies to i t tin. l\- e it
to her. but I ,lam-e-ede'l. I coild at.t "nAci. 4..
the efl.ct and I workel with lhi. ritliiin:
her hands and in iuutllUt"n I gave hl.. tii-
other thes.. By this time we wcic alu-,.-t into,
Le(rande. where I was to leave the train. I
dave the bottle to the husband to te- use.d in
case another do e should we needed, but by
the time the train ran into L-;arauwle shle wai
all right, and I received the thauks of every


srom" aON I mmmu-
dyspepea torpM liver, bad, thi td Ia
pure blood and othWr dimssm ao t ar-
ains of digestion and aotrlte.
The Golden Medial Diecoweryhas
specie curative effect upon adl -m
surfaces and hence cures ,atrrh, no
matter where located or what s- It
may have reached. In Nasal CatM h it
is well to cleanse the pages with Dr.
Sages Catarrh Remedy fSid while ad
the Discovery as a coUestittionalal -
edy. Why the *Golden Medeial Div
ery cars catarrhal dilas.m m* d tNe
stomach, bowels, bladder and other pavie
orgaus will be plain to you if y o will
read a booklet of extrats from thm vr-
ings of eminent medical autheritie, e-
dorsing i t ingredient and e plaL-
their curative properties It s ld
fr on request Address Dr. ILV. Ptls,
Buffalo. N. Y. This booklet gives a the
ingredients entering nlto Dr. Pleme'
medicines from which it will be ea that
they contain not a drop of alcohol, -a
triple-refined glycerine being ed iunamd
Dr. Pierce's great thbousand-ap IEm-
trated Common Sena MedleilAdvisr
will be sent free pperhopad, for M
cent stau or cloth-bound for '1 tmS
Addrs- Dr. Pierce as above.

Tom Walker.
Tom Walker, whose name Is se aee-
tionately lined with that of hbt baited
majesty in the worldwide sayag "The
devil and Tom Walker." was a pe
old miser, born in Maseacheb tta lamt
the year 1727. Tom suddenly beeme
very rich and opened a coming h-
In Boston during the panic which pre
called in the time of Governor BDeker.
He grew rich and richer, but oe day
as he was forecloeing a mortgage wit
a poor land jobber a black man appear-
ed on borsebak and knocked at his
eice door. Tom went to open It and
was never een again. Of course th
good people of Boetoe immediately
voted that he had old his sel to the
el for wealt--New YTk Amercan.

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good health ifyour liver is not doing iteduty
slow but asre pooioning is going on all the
time under such circumstances. Blltad's
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8eto Pemsion Roll Decreasing
The relentless scythe of staid old
Ftbhsr Time is thinning out the
redks of the Confederate veterans in
L tate, according to a statement
neal tly made by Miss Jefferson Bell,
who is employed in the pension de-
pwtment at Tallahassee, which is as

SThe pension rolls, according to
* M Ia Bell, not long ago contained a
f *total of 7,200 names. Deaths in re-
ent months, however, have cut the
Number down to 6,700, a total of 500
od wearers of the gray having
f crossedd the river and are resting
under the shade of the trees" with
Stonewall Jackson. Each day the
.. number is lessening, and not many
S years will pass before the pension
S rolls of Florida and other states in
"Dixie" will be stored among the
archives as relics of a glorious past.
If the taxpayers of the South con-
trolled destiny the number of pen-
~sioners would increase rather than
diminish-that is, if the increase
would bring a greater number of
Smen such as those who followed Lee,
SJackson, the Johnstons and other
military generals who fought for the
tars and Bars.

SObstructed by Bank Cave-In.
Word was brought to St. Augus-
Stine the first of the week to the effect
that the canal has been blocked to
Savigation some fil miles south of
S*Summer Haven, a large section of
embankment having caved in and
flled the stream soas to obstruct the
S* pIamge of boats. The cave-in, it is
sid, was due to the recent heavy
rain draining from the higher lands
& and iruahing with terrific force and
ip great volume to the canal, under-
Smining the bank at the place the
a nve-in occurred. The full extent
of the damage has not yet been
learne6Mat the rort says that


discussion and general investigation now in progress.
Varied plans are offered as a solution of this vexed
problem. One county favors the lease system because the
convicts there are well cared for by the lessees and the
money consideration is regarded paramount, the claim be-
ing made that counties do not work the men to the best
advantage, and that from a financial standpoint the county
is the loser.
Some counties utilize.the convicts on their road work
and regard the labor as being cheaper than free labor.
There is little doubt but the handling of the convicts
by the counties, while it may not be as great a success from
a financial standpoint, it is the real humanitarian view of
the question. Sub-leasing, in any way, should be done
away with entirely. The lessees must pay less than the la-
bor is worth as they are bound to make a profit otherwise
they would not be in the business. The counties should
be able to utilize the labor as effectively as a contractor, in
that way it would save the profits that now go to the lessees.
Under the present lease system the convict passes
through so many hands that the last lessee is forced to work
him almost to death in order to regain the price paid for
his services.
As long as there is public work to be done, such as
building and keeping up the roads, we fail to see where
there is any economy in leasing convicts to competing con-
tractors and then hiring free labor to do the public work.
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COMMITTEES AND COURTS


Judge Wolfe, of Pensacola, has decided that our courts
have no proper jurisdiction over disputes arising from ac-
tion of political committees or similar bodies.
We think he is quite correct. There really can be no
jurisdiction outside of the authorities of the party adminis-
tration involved except the present primary law be amend-
ed. We refer more particularly to the Mays-Kehoe con-
tested primary nomination for congress in this state.
Judge Malone, however, entertained an appeal from
the decision of the congressional committee and then over-
turned that decision.


It seems that if a candidate is aggrieved by the action
of party authorities his recourse is by an appeal to his con-
stituents, who are the supreme authority in the case.
In the matter of declaring the returns of a primary
election, the committee canvassing is the only authority,
under the interpretation of our law as at present, to decide
upon disputed questions, and it is perhaps best that our
courts should not be called upon to decide matters of this
character.
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THE FISH LAW IS DEFECTIVE


The Jacksonville Times-Union has taken up the cud-
gel in defense of the fish of this state and starts up with the
following prefatory remarks: "Unless the laws to protect
the fish can be enforced we shall be obliged to forbid the
shipping of fish outside the state. The fishermen can take
their choice-having pelted them with turf we shall be
obliged to use stones to get them out of the tree from which
they hurl defiance at the law. It is not safe to trifle too
long with one of the greatest interests of all the people as
contrasted with the passing profit of a few." The Times-
Union evidently is not aware of the fact that the law against
seining is a dead letter and that seining is being followed
up by some with the disapproval of most of those who are
in the fishing business. The sheriff is consequently pow-
erless to stop this wholesale capture, which is successfully
carried on in the daytime, while gill net fishing is accom-
plished at night time. The law must first be corrected,
then it will be time enough to pick up the officers if they
fail in the discharge of their duty.

Prices of lumber have already advanced above what
they were a short time ago and sawmill men are expecting
soon to be able to set their own priceson lumber. A meet-
ing of the lumber dealers of South Florida is to be held in
Tampa some time about the middle of this month to dis-
cuss the situation in this state and they may agree upon a
further advance.


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A War Votea's Tribte to Pe-r-na.
Rudolph B. bhwielurdi, OCpt. th N. Y. Vol. Inf., writM from 1818 O St.,
N. W., ashington, D C.,as follows:
'ItHavag the Ifl/eWt ofMsm the effaoy ef PM~r, bh as a
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War Lesft Agnslt
Mr. William J. Lees, 501 Morgan St,
St. Louis, Mo., member Frank P. Blair
Poet No. 1, Grand Army of the Republic,
and ex-Commander of the U. 8. 8. Ben-
ton Miss. Squadron, writes:
"The war left me with a complication
of sto-mwh, liver and kkwd y rowuAM,
and I decided to take Peruna for my
amliction. I began to use it about five
years ago at the earnest solicitation of
some friends. At that time I wasonly
able to be up about half of the time, and
my health wasbimply miserable. Icon-
sider a bottle off and on is a preventive.
"I certainly do endorse your remedy,
and am glad to do so."
elped From Cbrea Catarr.
Capt. Lemuel M. Huechinson, Mont-
pelier, Vt., writes:
"It gives me pleasure to write you this
letter at thin time on account of the good
your Peruna has done me when I was
quite done up with a very bad cold.
"I could hardly perform my ordinary


Those interested in the grand prize
automobile race to be held in Savan-I
nah Thanksgiving day are greatly
pleased by the adjustment of differ-;
ences by the Auto Club of America [


duties, but from the me of Peruna I am
almost restored to health. am quite
convinced that it has helped me from
chronic catarrh, to which I am subject.
It has also benefited my throat.
"I can truly recommend it as the beat
all-round medicine it has been my priv-
ilege to become acquainted with.
"Of thin 1 am quite convinced from my
own experience."
Mr. W. C. Rollins, Prairie View,
Texas, Secretary of the tate Normal
and Industrial College of Texas, writes
that for years he had chills and fever.
and after taking Peruna his appetite
returned, he became stronger, the fever
left him, and he is new in excellent
health and vigor.
Pe-r-ou Tablet
Some people prefer to take tablets,
rather than to take medicine In a suid
form. Such people can obtain Peruna
tablets, which represent the medicinal
Ingredients of Peruna. gach tablet ,i
equivalent to one average does of Pe-
runa.


the race and also increase Savannah's
chances of securing more races b,
the peace agreement.
DneaeeSS uoat Be Cured


and the American Auto association. By local application, as they cannot reach thf
diseased portion of the ear. here is only onu
This means that more auto enthusi- way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu-
tional remedies. Deaness is tausmd by au in,.
asts will visit the city and witness fiamlredoditio nofthe anuei us lininan i-th
eustachian tube. When this tube cto inflamut
A L. CI you have a rumblingsound or imperfect hear-
A W1AH 'S BACK ing, and when it is entirely closed deafntes, a
the result. and unless the inlamnution ca t..
taken out and this tube re-tobrcd to its uoruau
The Aches and Pains will Disap- condition, hearing will bhe destroyedl irt .- r
i nine acaw*outof ten art- cauiM-d hy t-tarrl
pear if the Advice of this Ti- which is nothing but anuintlamue cidtlitio, ,'
tusville VWoman is Followed the inmu(sli n rfa'es.
We will give Otie Hundred I dlarn for aj3
A woman's back has many aches C",tof deaHfnu eaust-d hy.atarrh that .a
not he cured by Hall's C.tarrh c'ure. sUbndl I'
and pains. circulars, free.
F. 1. ('i1ENKY & ('I., Tolehdo,
Most times 'tis the kidneys' fault. -y sold by .Irugi( ts. ; c.
Backache is really kidney ache; Hall's Faily Pills are the best.


That's why Doan's Kidney Pills
cure it.
Many Titusville women know this.
Read what one has to say about it:
Mrs. W. H. Parker, living on Wash-
ington avenue. Titusville, Fla.,says:
"I had been greatly troubled with
kidney disease for some time, and
Doan's Kidney Pills benefitted me in
every way. I am pleased to give
them my endorsement. I suffered
most constantly from dull, nagging
backaches, accompanied by intense
pains through the region of my kid-
neys. The kidney secretions were
very irregular in action, and at times
caused me a great amount of annoy-
ance. I could not rest well at night,
and mornings arose with headaches


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COLUMBIA COLLEGE


Lake City, Fla.
(40*111111111a coll.irge .ffitrm *p11'I&410-0i 0114.1 hI
ties fur y".uoig Well Miad young woimvij %%it
wi.-l to' tit tli'tjrel'cv, t.r .-Iiwfului, aA4l .'iu.
ce.'i'N in life. While we :aizu ;it n mental ciihm-t .
the prIctival i i sot overlouked aud iii ll.I
training is emnplimL.ized.
The .rgun17.dtion of the I:collvieate i, iii, -. m
.rral V.wbc1old cov.ers ith eittire et4lt-Atiollel lo
I. TIItK ~U4'CcnL F At 4111-At III ;a ~ Il)ia- 1'!.
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and dizzy spells. I used a great I;l. Tc. .IiL ,F I If 'Th-..
many remedies, and also doctored Paintiug. etc.
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fora long time but did not improve.
My mother finally advised me to try
Doan's Kidney Pills as they had given
her great relief. I procured a box,
used them according to directions,
and they gave me the desired results
in a short time. I feel a great deal
better since using Doan's Kidney
Pills and am glad to recommend
them to other sufferers."


For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.


V. 1HE"kHIO; L OF PrU.A,0.% "'ethir,.
training. etc.
V. THE ScHEKa ). oF "I' H lk BII.LK-Stld ,,
4 hml's world amid rligiou.,n ull.itlr. etc.
V THRK"CHIOL OF BBUs. N Boo- lk-k,. i..
ingK st-DEograptny. tt'.
VII. THE S'HIML O), o Ik)4 rit.'tl S IEN'.
('ook in. d4renmaking. c.tTdl wo rk. ete
Vill. THE SCHHoOL o0 PIAIIriAL Am.-
(;ardening, dairyiug, poultry farm. et,.
I (",ull,,'t4iut initructrH will meet the cla,1 -.
iln the iove named schools. Facilities a,
ltpilntrtua have bet-u providled to illutmirt,
aid dlemontrate the work in the raevenl I,
IvtrtmentA.
The College Cto-Operative Home offer, ;ul
yutages at reduced charger. We aim at tht
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At Sormto orange tree are inex
ellent motion, holding a heavy
rop of good fruit.
At Orae ty ormans are very
rqead not at allmntured. The
grape it ti coloring sao and
mere wil be a ood srop.
The orange gro in and around
Longwood am ia aellent condition
oad heavily lade with fin looking
*fruit
Lawrence Gentile, a well known
a.i.ti amil nun, ani, sa t.
ing the lridsa d tnr loukin
oVW mOp LendtYM.
The avmra annual yield at the
ouppernoag grapevines ia St. Jobhn
county Is not far fr m half a million
pounds f frut.
Col. HaweUl, df ort Myers, ha
be offered ,7' in ela for the
crop freom fe aer of grepfrait.
He y heM turned down the offer.
Coeman traukens are very brW
getting reedy to plant the fall cop
of eabbae and beetswhlich will be
much Mnaller than last season.
Complaint. :are being made that
the white y is getting very numer-
oau in Volu a county. The pet has
done eoniderable damage to groves
around DeLand.
Heavy rains during the latter part
of August at Lakeland were of much
benet to the strawberry and celery
crops. Growers have prepared a
large acreage of both.
The S. A. L. isconstructing large
packing house at Plant City on the
site of the one recently burned. This
gives the road three packing houses
on its sidetrack there.
J. W. Oliver, who has a splendid
orange grove near Kissimmee, says
his oranges are ripe enough and he
will begin gathering them this week.
He will have over 1,000 boxes.
There is every indication that a
large acreage of vegetables will be
planted in Dade county this fall and
winter. The glades are now well
under water, and this is almost a
sure indication of a good crop.
The movement of oranges from
Lee county commenced in earnest
about the middle of this month. The
citrus crop along the Indian and Ca-
loosa rivers is good this year and es-
timated at 250,000 boxes.
This year with the orange and
grapefruit crops around DeLand bet-
ter than usual growers are holding
for $1.00 to $1.25 for their oranges on
the trees. But few crops have been
sold. A sale of 1,200 boxes has been
made at Seville for $1,200.
Last week the first car of grape-
fruit of the season was shipped from
the state. Manatee county had the
honor, as usual. The car went from
Terra Ceia, was shipped by A. G.
Liles, and consigned to Frank W.
Stanton, Philadelphia. The shipment
was five days ahead of last year's
first car.
MOTION.


The resrwration books will be opened in the
several precincts in the county on Monday.
the 7th dy of September, 19l, tor the pur-
pose of registering elector for the general
election inNovembr, and will be kept oen
two days in h week until the seoood a*
urday In October.
The follewn have been appointed deputy
Product No. 1-L. K. Myes.
Precinct o. --B F. Beal.
Presnc No. 4-J. P. Cooper.
Preindt No@. -W. L. Roach.
Preaot No. -Chs. T. McBride.
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Mr. Singleton was instructed to
purchase three cords of rock to om-
plete the work on Coco grounds.
Several letters from R. G. Hardee
were read and discussed. The su-
perintendent was instructed to write
to Mr. Hardee explaining the board's
position in the matter of isolated pu-
pils.
Letter from J. F. Hart was read
and discused. The board instructed
the superintendent to write Mr. Hart
that they would allow him $10 per
month for transportation of his four
children to Eau Gallie High school,
provided the children were prompt
and regular in attendance.
In the matter of purchasing the
remainder of lot 1, block 47, Mel-
bourne, the board is satisfied with
the price offered and will purchase
the lot when the cloud resting on it
is removed.
The LaGrange school was taken up
in the absence of a petition, and the
board refused to place a wagon on
this route.
A delegation of the patrons of the
Mims school appeared before the
board and the board agreed to give
them a five months' school with a
first grade male teacher. The super-
intendent was instructed to take the
matter up and securely teacher with
as little delay as possible.
The board endorses the action of
the superintendent in rescinding the
appointment of R. L. Moon as prin-
cipal for the senior high school at
Cocoa, and the appointment of Dr.
E. E. Macey.
Petition of Mrs. G. G. Howard, et
al., asking that certain pupils of Ti-
tusville high school be allowed to
leave the school building at 2 o'clock.
The same was discussed and the pe-
tition rejected, as the granting of
said petition would be a violation of
the school laws of the state.
There being no further business
the board adjourned to meet on the
first Monday in October.
Weekly Weather Report.
JUPITEa, FLA., Sept. 15. 1908.
Comrpative statement of temperatures
and rainfall for the week ending Tuedayr.
1908 1907
DATK MAX. MIN. M4X. MIN.
Sept. 9 85 73 88 74
** 10. 87 73 (8 81l
"* 2. 6 79 91 79
13. 86 79 88 72
** 14. 87 74 84 77
15. 88 75 88 80


Total rainfall for the week .62 inches.
Departure rainfall for the week minus 1.77
inches.
Departure rainfall since Jan. lst, minus
4.55 inches.
H. P. HARDIN.
Official in Charge.
Hoppity Hop.
Are you just barely getting around by the
aid of crutches or a mcae? Rules you have
lost a limb or have a deformity-if your trou-
ble is rheumatism, lumbago, sprain. stiff
oint, or anything of like nature, use Bal-
l' snIw liunimAnt and in no time von


A BEAUTIFUL MEMORIAL
Cineinnati Girl's Autematio Deviee to
Water lowers In Ceo.mety.
Miss Carrie D. Jackson, 1361 Chap0l
street, Cincinnati. who was born and
reared In Dearborn county, ld.,
prompted by her love for her late de-
parted brother, George W. Jackson
and other members of her family now
retlng In the family lot in Greendale
cemetery. at Lawrenceburg. Ind., d-
aired to erct something new and
beautiful to their memory. A happy
idea came to her. She would have a
large vase constructed, containing pots
of lowers, and set It in the center of


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a sower bed. With tin te vase t re
should be a tank of water, which by Capital, $1S ,0 Surplus, $2Mm
its own automatic force each day
would water the fower. .i the pMan The First National Bank
and also the fowera In the bed planted
around the foot of the vase. ST AUGUSTINE FLA
Accordingly she went to work. em-
ployed a mechanic, superintended the
construction herself, and In a few Rastblished 188. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
weeks her Ideals were realized. The Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
original vase may be seen in Green OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
dale cemetery. The tank has a capac-
ty of aot one-alfn barre of water Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florids
and must be illed every two weeks. and 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
During the heat of the day the water STATES
slowly drips from the large tank into Country Accounts a Specialty
a smaller one. By evening the small
tank Is filled. and by Its weight It Write us, call on us, or we will cal on you
loses the valves of the large tank The Capital of this Bank, $1,0, combined with Surplus,
and goen the valve below, thur al- 2500 and stockholder's liability of $. means a fund of
lowing the water to flow from It and
refresh the flowers during the cool $450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
hours of night By morning the small this careful consideration
tank Is empty, and the weight lift t J. T. Dismukes, President
Into position again, the lower valves T Predent
close. the upper ones open. and the G. B. Tmstr, Vice President and Cashier
tank fills as on the previous day. Reginald White, Assistant Cashier
When Miss Jackson completes the
ornamental de n of her vae andste
perfects the mechanism as she has Ford Model ,S" Roadster
planned it will be a thing of beauty.

Spirited Repartee.
In making a sharp turn the rear end
of a street car struck an express wag-
on laden with jugs of whisky. Nearly
all the jugs were precipitated to the
pavement, with the natural disastrous
result The driver of the wagon alll;.t-
ed and, pointing at the pile of demol-
shbed earthenware, said to a bystand-
er, "That's hades, ain't it?'
The spectator, who happened to be a
minister, replied, "Well. my friend, I
don't know that I would say that, but
It's at least the abode of departed spir-
Its."-Lippincott's Magazine. N, othtr car :t twice the price offers greater value to the buyer than
Proper Lnh of te is found itn this latest creation of the Ford factory. A 15 h.p. 4-cylinder
A operfty fored f t houd. ac- ar of raki-h design. capable of any speed from 3 to 45 miles an hour on
cording to anatomists. be as long as any kind of r,,ad without a change in the gear.
that bone in the forearm which ex- A ar that incorporates many of the features of a $4.000 car. in-
tends from the elbow to the joint of ,ludiing rumble seat. semi-enclosed body, long sweeping fenders, pro-
the wrist This sees to be abnormally tected running loard. all at a price of $750 F. 0. B. Detroit, Michigan
long in a tall person, but is the mea- IIDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITUSYILLE, Handles the FORD CARS
urement taken by artists. Of course Catalogues giving full information sent on application
arms are sometimes out of proportion,
being far too short for the general
height, but It Is rare that an arm Is
toobeing farthestature ofthe generalson. Florida s Higher Educational Institutions
The Stoning of Hamilton. The State College for Women
Alexander Iiamiltou was stoned by University of the Statet f Florida
a New York audience iu the summer of Florida Female College. U ersiy f t e Fra
1795. While at a public meeting be Tallahassee, Florida. Gainesville, Florida.
was speaking in favor of the Jay trea-
ty. which had just been negotiated by A college for women, without a A high-grade institution for y.,unr
John Jay between the United States parallel in the south, embracing a men, offering literary.scientific en-
and England. Dr. Francis In his "Old college of liberal arts; a normal ering iar.en
New York" says that among those who school; a school of industrial arts: a gineering, agricultural and pedagog-
did the stoning was the famous Ed- school of fine arts, offering instruc- ical courses.
ward Livingston. together with many tion in drawing, painting, piano, pipe
other "leading citizens." organ, violin, voice culture, elocu- Strong faculty; well equipped !ab-
Dust In Your Eyes tion, and physical culture. stories; thorough instruction, both
The expression "to throw dust in the Forty Florida counties and seven theoretical and practical; careful su-
eyes" originated In the early days of states represented in the enrollment pervision and discipline: high moral
Greece, for Epamlnondas, wishing to last session.t
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M JehNb Sheman Hort
l a emstrset which coadi.
|.IS^ Ot 1. m the largest
t perfectly equipped apart-
am wored wfbIe beready
SIt wil occupy the block
S Iahty-axth and m ighty-
i'* headway and Am-
avesm New Tork and will
S 1W aprtmast tno a twelve
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Mt tt eay be e~rwbave.
j U iBeav Yo a wedeatu g,
Tme watce it elssly. Ad sahlvs al
bsae or w, ol be to keepang with te-
plam e. Reast pig from the state "se


tafy piegs will be as ebo Ie Vlesey,
but it t be exyesisve. *

Nave Tom a Saby
Then watch it closely. And shove all

pkeis sgea slw&and pasty.If it islistlem,
wsu or pwhvib, this, martus with fate-
askgiveit it' s Cream Vermhifte.&
The oely uear that never b&is and has eo
bad eets. Sold by Titnsville Pharmacy ad
Banner Drau Store


Net a Bit Proud.
The editor of an esteemed contem-
porary thus announces the acquisition
In his domestic circle of two "fair. fat
and ourishinl~ babies:
"Bring out the brass band and place
ts nosiest members on the highest pin-
aacle of the town. Sound the loud bass
ddle and let the nation rejoloe, for
oe of the humble citizens of the
commonwealth hath been justly ex-
alted over his compeer, and we have
the honer to be that fortunate and
meitorious individual. ttll we are
ot prod; we yet speak to our neigh-
bor, occasionally, but at the same
time it must be admitted that we feal
several inches taler than we did a
week ago."
A Magnifyin Pinhele.
Obtanl a piece of blackened card and
make a hole In it with a needle; then
place a very small object-say, for in-
stance a tiny Insect-on the end of a
pin or gum to a strip of glass and view
this object through the needle hole In
the card at about an inch from it. The
Insect will appear quite distinct and
about ten times larger than Its natural
sas. If, however, you suddenly with-
draw the card without disturbing the
object the latter will be Invisible. The
reason is that the naked eye cannot ee
at so short a distance a an inch, but
the card with the hole enables the eye
to approach within an inch and to see
not only well, but, as It were, ten
times better than with the naked
vieton.


.: *lltial plant equipped with de-
Sr operation anywhere
eat and hllurnnatlie. ach
t will e supplied with a re-
:- L plant, s that "table Ice"
he anstactured for Individual
i There wil be a o cold storage ap-
'" gin I a e smely understood
-. 8t bem a system of ratfrir-
r9 and apparatus for cooling In
r Hslis anything ow oI exist-
'' : aay the New Tork World. Each
-- t will eeatadn quarters for not
Ii 'a two servants. There will be
S er IwUose laundries for the accom-
'" Mai i of tenant., and each suit of
apuaituagi will be provided with a
saatse t@eam clothes drier, an inno-
var soet introduced elsewhere.
T eat of the bull ngexclusive of
a dtal wll be about $3aW 000.
The project takes in a tremendous
s o@ Its general architectural fea- i
$eW as well as n Its Individual plan-
ial The first two stories will be of
disnaa limestone. Ten floors will be
o ab brick with terra cotta trim-
nMW. The building will be 850 feet
la. Wo feet wide and 100 feet high.
The total are n square feot will be
abeat double that of the Madison
seae Garden.
The most striking feature of this
paot eolection of houses within a
bew will be the courtyard, fashioned
prty after the Spanish patio or the
aer familiar Italian garden. The
sla entrance will consist of a double
driveway from Elghty-sixth street. The
courtyard Itself is to be a rectangle of
O by 100 feet. There will be a side-
walk dotted with entrances into the
various apartments that about on the
open ce, a double driveway paved
with oaken blocks and a central lawn,
wheih In the summer months will be
used for various forms of entertain-
ment.
The ground floor will have four apart-
ments especially equipped for the
tenancy of physicians. They will
face Wghty-sixth and Eighty-seventh
street. The remainder of the ground
eoor space facing the thoroughfares
will be reserved for high class lines of
buslane-bankers. florists and art

Beneath the central court will be a
subcourtyard lighted by skylights and
gratings, and this subterranean depot
will be used exclusively by tradesmen
who come afoot or In vehicles. Eight
service elevators will carry the sup-
plies from the subcourtyard to the
apartments of the tenants. No wag-
ons will be permitted to enter the main
courtyard. That will be reserved ex-
clusively for carriages and those who
choose to come afoot and cuter the
grand foyer. There will be uan inclined
driveway from Eighty-seventh street.
The arrangement of the apartments
will be for perfect comfort and con-
venience. Beyond the foyer will be
the parlor and the dining room. and on
one sUle of the dining room the butler's
pantry and back of that the kitchen.
The quarters for the servants will ad-
join. The family bedrotomu will be otn
each side of a short corridor at right
angles to the foyer. Every door in the
living rooms will be of solid mahog--
any. and the decorations of each apart-
ment will be after the style of Louis
XVI. The floors will be of hard wood.
The wainscoting of the different apart-
ments will vary in height. Some will
reach the ceiling. the wood being paint-
ed In light colors. In other cases the
painted woodwork will reach only part
of the way up. and the walls will be
covered Ia harmoniously tinted silks.
There will be a storeroom for each ten-
ant In the basement.


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process.
Il'4'('dS.
In every case tHl L~'o41d I!-e of these
lenses to plants, the l',ltilre.r sa.id. was
to promote the more effective distribii-
tion of light upon whih'i tlie gr.''in stil,-
stance of plants depenlfs Co f' ,el.
:ays fo'cu.sed oni an iiiltrior l'..if \<'.e
carried to the p!ant's Iraiu. <.ina'>li t, it.
to modn.ify the nlove)VilIvllts of the leaves.
lie did not suggest that tie pl:llants can
recognize things around them.i lut they
,'*e where to turn the :leaves so as to
get the maxiium light. their move-
Ilents being almost identical with
those of :anituals.


Last of a Cabinet.
The death of W'ilial F. Vilais re-
Imivet'a the :last tii'nilI*r of lhe first i ilh-


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Terkl rs time I Dembe or Jae-
ary fer 3a m Mt AAfie for the per
pse taking photograph of big game
la their native stat. Mr. Dugmore
dealrd to so with Presdent Roosevelt
a h regular photographer, but the
prmSdent having Informed him that
Kermit Roosevelt would take al the
photographs for their expedition, he de-
cided to go by himself.
Among the pictures which Mr. Dug-
more Intends to take will be some by
the new Lumlere coloring process.
His camera weighs fourteen pounds.
stripped. for be does not believe, as do
some photographers who venture into
difficult country, in sacrificing etfl-
ciency to weight It will be especially
suited to'tropical climates and will
have duplicate parts in case of break-
age.
The animals which Mr. Dugmore es-
pecially desires to photograph are the
aebra. the gnu and the rhinoceros. The
only man to venture into Africa recent-
ly who obtained good photographs of
big game was Schilling, and be was
first a hunter and next a photographer.
For Instance, when be ran across a
large herd of wild elephants he con-
tented himself with a photograph from
a cen- erable distance and then closed
In on the herd for shooting purposes.
Mr. Dugmore will do no shooting un-
less put on the defensive.
Mr. Dugmore came to the United
States ten years ago from the West
Indies. He Is an Englishman. the son
of a captain In the British alsy and a
grandnephew of Lord Brouglim. For
the last ten yearn his pictures have
been appearing in American period-
eials. He was the first man to photo-
graph fih In the water. One of his
speclaltiea Is the photographing of
birds, of which he bas taken 10.000
pictures.
Among other schemes he has for ob-
taining his pictures In east Africa
is that of having the animals photo-
graph themselves. This he has al-
ready tried successfully with caribou
and similar big game. For the pur-
pose a string Is attached to the flash-
light apparatus and one end fixed at
a spring or some other haunt of the
animals in such a way that they will
step on it, set off the apparatus and
take the picture. Photographs taken
In this way are particularly valuable
owing to the vivid expression which
usually appears on the faces of the
animals.

PLANTS WITH EYES.

Professor Wager Finds Outer Skins of
Leaves Are Lenses.
Having heard the other day Presi-
dent Francis Darwin's contention that
plants think, the British Scientific as-
sociation while in session at Dublin
listened to a claim of their ability to
see. The lecturer was Professor Harold
W. T. Wager, who showed that the
outer skins of many leaves are in real-
ity leusn.s which might be compared
with the corneal facets of the com-
pound eyes of Insects and are equally
capable of forming clear Images of
surrounding objects.
This is especially so with leaves
grown in the slide. and the lenses are
so perfect and focus the light falling
thereon so c ;reitfully th;it Illphotograplhs
lmay be taken thereby. Professor Wa-
ger has taken many suchl photogr:pllhs
aitid showed splcciclens to the audience.
These Included well dttin,,d reproduc-
tions of portraits of Ia;rwin and Hux-
ley. direct hotogrphs of IpersoIns.
landscapes, houses a:ind even simplel
color photographic by the "I.ntiere."


Inet council that gathered ab out i'resi- I asked iinu
dent Cleveland in March. 1 N. Mr. "'No. sir: rather a iiattel of econ-
Vilas was the first lpstmaster general omy.' he explained 'Ei-ven small sums
In the Cleveland administration and couut to I',.l. l.,, see. and 1 have al-
sulbseqluently secretary of the Interior. really sa\vedl euoug;h to have umy shoes
(Of the cabinets. however, of Presidents reso:ed.' Hlarlir's Weekly.
(rant. Hayes. ;:arfield and Arthur
there ar. members still living. Of It Can't be Beat.
I'resldent ;r:int's o cf ial advisersthr re Th..t Il there h r s i, 'xli-ri.ii.. I'.
survive .lnies IDon c'aieron. who was M H:inrden. of silver i ity. N N '.. %ay.: "I
secretary of war. and George II Wiil- ti"! ll,'ctri" litter' l*e--. ai tht a\ 'aiinil
i';zr .. I-',r SIorni;ta Live'r and Kiliicy
llams. who was attorney general. and troublee, if-t n h.t bet. I have. tri.ld it ai.n
of President Hayes' cabinet there Is ftl"iinl it a niinst ',x'ell'it ilmdiAiiuc." Mr.
left Judge Nathan Goff. who was sec- Harllcvu is right: it'' thte h.,t I fall nue-liciies
rii.ot tor wta lkile -. ;hlie.' iack., saui all rTl i-
retary of the navy. Still living of Pres- ,h, A. ,c,,1iti0,;tt0, for chills ,I....


A Aes. '
A haeA weigag4 two a L
to mewe a weight oert U1 s awla
owness, r 1.am0 tome at *w wVa
A man weighing 100 peoptd, If p
portmately strong, could t sow-
186000 pounds, or nearly a brads&
ton. Some yeIar ago I captured a
very handsome beetle and placed It
under a beaker-a thin tumbler used
In chemical analysis-on a shelf of my
laboratory. A few hours after the
beetle had disappeared very mysteri-
ously. the beaker remaining Inverted.
He was recaptured and again placed
under the beaker. I watched the re-
suit and presently found that the
beetle walked the tumbler along the
shelf till it reached the edge. then
crept out and fell as soon as the over-
hang was sufficient to afford room for
escape.-W. Mattleu Williams in the
Gentleman's Magazine.
How a Good Bluff Worked.
At 10 o'clock the cashier in a cer-
tain establishment was seized with In-
fuenza. At noon the bookkeeper gasp-
ed and collapsed. Both men were sent
home in cabs, and the crippled estab-
lishment was left to get along as well
as It could in such unforeseen cireum
stances.
At 1:30 the typist announced that be
must go aud put his feet into hot wa-
ter or his dissolution would follow. He
was given permission to save his life.
At 2 o'clock the three clerks suc-
cumbed toWgther. They attributed the
attack to some fish of which they had
Iuncautiously partaken.
The proprietor was now left alone.
save for the presence of one small of-
fice boy. Presently he arose and put on
his hat with a determined air.
"Tommy." be said. "1 think you and 1
had better go and see the game too!"-
Liverpool Mercury.
Where They Got Off.
The elderly matron with the bundles.
who was journeying to a point in Wis-
consin and occupied a seat near the
middle of the car, had fallen asleep.
On the seat in front of her sat a little
boy. The brakeman opened the door of
the car and called out the name of the
station the train was approaching. The
elderly woman roused herself with a
jerk.
"Where are we now, Bobby?" she
asked.
"I don't know, grandma," answered
the little boy.
"Didn't the brakeman say something
Just now?"
"No. He Just stuck his head inside
the door and sneezed."
"Help me with these things. Bobby!"
she exclaimed hurriedly. "This Is Osh
kosh. It's where we get off."-Ex-
change.
The Exact Spot.
When illicit distilling was common


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Every packiteeh:,M bt'hlud It the reputation
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Maltes Muskrats.
One of the most objectionable of the
pests that Intrude into houses in Malta
la the muskrat Everything he touches
is impregnated with the odor from
which he derives his name. In a wine
cellar he is worse than a dishonest but-
ler. In a larder he is more destructive
than a dozen cats. From pure wanton-
ness he taints and renders uneatable
everything withlu his reach. His odor
is so powerful andl at the same time so
penetrating that dozens of bottles of
beer may be ruined by his merely run-
ning over the bottles. The muskrat is
a squeaking little animal who commits
his enormities at night, and be adds In-
sult to Injury by disturbing the repose
of the victims of his depredations.-
london Standard.
Her Accomplishment.
in the Bohemian set of Chicago two
of the popular members are a well
known writer and his wife. who has
also written several books. They have
a daughter about four years old. Re-
cently the little girl was visiting at the
home of a friend, and her small play-
mate asked. "Can your mamma sew?"
'The daughter of the literary pair evi-
detitly was a bit chagrined. She could
not remember that she ever had seen
tier imamtutu sew. She is a truthful
child and would not claim any ad-
vantage she .as not sure of. yet she
felt mamma's honor was at stake.
"*I don't ku,)w if mamma can sew."
she replied dubiously. "but she can
smoke a cigarette." (hicago Inter
Ocea n.
Couldn't Scare Them.
A lenver a;au who rents his motor
car by the trip or hour was seated in
the machine with a friend for busi-
ness when a young couple from the
country came up. It was plain to be
seen they wer:* brle' and groom. The
yonig nman romn the country said they
wanted to see tenver. lHe arranged
for the motor -ar man to take them
for :n iihur s trip and paid the ''barges
In advance. The country couple took
the back seat. The driver's friend sat
in the front seat with him
"I'm going to have some fun." said
the driver in a low tone to his friend.
"I'm going to run fast and scare those
hayseeds."
He ran to the "ast edge of town and
then let the machine out to the limit.
It rocked and jumped till the driver's
friend became alarmed.
"Sa)." he said. "you'd better ease up
on It or you'll kill us all."
"Look around and see if the bride
and mwnam are sared." was the redlv.


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trees blow." '
"Backbmtr.-A ipnsm" _w
**Faa.-A thing to brUib 0t mli
off with."
JIce.-Water that west inLP i
the cold"
Good for mim 5or
"I took two of Chmiberli's 8Ms- l mal
Liver Tablets last aight, ad I fael Ift"
cent better than I have for weksL" Mr. J.
Firestone. of Allecn. Mich. "hey ae ar
tainly a fine article for billoom For 1e
by TituTville Pharmacy. mples free.
Experiment With Lakee.
A lake at Bassein. Burma. owned by
the government and stocked with va-
rieties of table fish, brings an annual
Income of over 0,000. The Burma grv-
ernment is taking steps to utilize Vic-
toria lake in the same way.

New Marriage Tax.
The latest project In France h a tax
on married couples who have no dl-
dren, the proceeds to be given to th ts
who have large families.





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FOR TORPID UVEL
A terpli ver d ges the whel
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cM m d ases m a wthe t. TUTr
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in the highlands there was an old man
who went about the country repairing
whisky pots.
The gauger met him one day and.
surmising that he had beeu doing re-
pairs at un, ; :at distance, asked what
he would take to inform him (the
gauger, where he repaired the last
whisky pot.
"Och." said the old man, "she'll
shut tak' hauf a croon."
"Done" retorted the gauger. "Here
is your money. but be careful to tell
me correctly."
"(kh, she'll no' tell the gentleman a
lee."
getting g the money, the old man
quietly rei;marked:
"' shust meniided the last whisky
I Pt \ hliere the hole was." T.oudon
S'are' Momelntlits.
High Finance.
'I have a bookkeeper in my office
w ho is evil,!ently destined to be one of
uirl fulturte ,apt:ains of finance, all
rgl'." a brok-*r remarked the other
':i1 "'lie is a good clerk, but of late
le i.'s Labet:i ;ile several times. aud I
1. id It c-all hiiul dlu\%u.
.' Youi hl:e bevu late three times al-
revauld. thi.- week.' 1 said. "What is the
trouble o veilsleelping yourself':
'No. sir. and I aw very sorry,' he
answev'red 'I will try not to let It hap-
etn again. It has been due to the fact
that I have been walking to the office
instead of riding.'
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M Aella and othaere have rate
how It woed dlib apple ad fig tree
S hke dow the trait and afterward
Sl po ado laplIe theu rat l Its I
pie ad carry them upo Itsa
bae. Tha beer tht tt was to n h
habit Oat aklag cows during the nlht I
IS Ii bewi a very eld oba .
I
Her sder. t
Slm-Aad I'm the ealy a youe
ever level ?
Her-TM dearet.
la--May I speak to your father
war-- appan yo'd bittr. I
S1 m- wonder how belU take It.
SBer-Oh I aever ea tell abut da.
Bo treated eae, o Oawb ha ey Ulm
y my, a a t ethe i ae 6 farfully
awry, and-why, whrat' the matter,
I180ear IeNVOInd ea~de.
Fair Warila.
The aswere In the corresp udeat'
eleam of a German journal contain
t a lowain: "P. L--We really think
tt had btter not viat ua In or
Sder to rcelve an explanation of the
I reaau i wy w yare rejected Y
BmsucrP t Our taptrea we beg to
tmeam yoe, ba tweaty-four tep and
we do et keep a bolster at the bot-
torm."
Tar and Peathere.
So far as is known, the frst record
of puamnhent by tar and feathers is
Ia the year 118, the fra of Richard 1.
At that time a law was paused that
"any robber voyaging with the cru-
aders shall be first shaved, then hot
itch bill be poured upon him and a
co hlon of feathers book over It"
After tbli the criminal was to be put
ashore at the firt place the ship came
to. 1
S urglar Was Tee Late.
e owe an apology and an explana-
ton to the burglar who opened our of-
ice window at the week end, sought
th drawer of the cahier-and was dl
appointed. We do ot like to appear in-
hopitable, but on Friday night we all
of as do our own thieving, and there Is
nothing left for visitors. Any other
nght w will try to give another sort
of surpris.-London Chronicle.
Preserved Currants.
I asked the waiter at a hotel In Parts
to fnd out bow the currants which
were served with soft cream cheese
and bred for dessert were cooked. To
my surprise he Informed me that they
were not cooked at all. The large red
and white currants were simply cov-
ered generously with sugar and let
stand three days, the result being de-
liious. They should be served very
cold.-Good Hourekeeping.
The Advantales ef Diaosipiie.
There ia a world of difference, as
every one knows, between the boy who
has undergone the discipline of school
life and the one who has never come
under the sway and influence of any
sucb system. The former has learned.
alike In his lessons and games. to sub-
ordinate self, while the other has min-
ed immeasurably from his seeming
Miter freedom.--Strand Magalne.


Needed In lEvry Heme.
Whon he reached home he opened
th package he was carrying and dis-
lsvef a number of placards, some of


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"Teod hdet m ean aoelttla eappa

"It'-New Ya a nPrea sh m

my 6a t bat." -- aeo d p who


A DIwritoa Rm a
Whereim are tbe tar haired people we
iape to admieto lok wbse weh wlae
rowa hair or dark hair predoalte
E"Y ao m manm wk tU e a ti t i-
imW a eemda t we tsbo amralm
hea It wiid beaty wl be ae roam
a the "opper" btter ar d thlt to
aw a bead Ie a wheat abeaf will be
o proclaim alood that the colteur's
artful aid bas bee. Invoked.-Loa-de
Iady.
Mule Had a Qed Memory.
I was at Tampa when a negro team-
ster was Instantly killed by an army
male, ad t furnished a good llus-
trton at the wonderful memory that
a mae has.
Te egro teamster used to pound
at mase unmercifully. Instead of
-ug strategy and coaxin his mole
lto submalenon he used to beat It
har enough to kill a orse. Well, for
two meaths the teamster didn't drive
that male. But the mule never forgot
hm He moer made any attempt to
injure his new driver, who knew
enough to treat him decently. But one
day the old teamster came back. Te
mule remembered him. He waited
with as much docility and patience an
an ox until h was harnesd, and
then, when the old teamster was of
his guard, be let dy with both heels.
caught the negro in the pit of tie
stomach and stretched him out a dead
as a hammer. The other teamster war
standing right there by him. but that
mule didn't make any attempt to kick
him. He had Just been laying for the
fellow who walloped him two months
before, and when he had finished him
he was -ttised "- Buffalo Home
World.
The African peanut is less delicate
than the American as an article of
food. but It yields more generously in
oil and Is more easily crushed.
Irish Army Surgeon-Two of your
wounds are fatal, but the third you
need have no fear about. A month's
good nursing will cure it.
Bread. cheese and beer was the sup-
per given a three-months-ld baby. It
was stated in a case at the Brentford
(London) police court.
While the Chinese do not care for
alcoholic drinks, but are addicted to
opium, the Koreans like strong drink
and do not care for opium.
Stove pipes, boiler tubes. etc., may be
kept clean from soot by throwing a
small piece of iluc into the fire occa
sionally.
"The best definition I ever heard of
'untold agony.'" says the philosopher
of folly. "Is this-it Is a secret kept by
a woman."
Previous to the sixteenth century
every physician In Europe wore a ring
on his finger as an indication of hit


profession.
wVhat is the difference between a
farmer and a dressmaker? One gather
what bt sows; the other sews what she
gathers.
"In a battle of tongues between mam
and wife I find that a woman can gen
rally hold her own."
"Yes, but she never does."
Judge-Prisoner, do you wish to chat
eunge any of the jurymen? Prisoner-
II'u. yes. your honor. I'll fight tha


b.n M


army ienl se to ted as a sy1in

MIS Newestd I.adm t o r s
pon meA my bsbms po wI tI
aves beak er me. Mas OlNwed6-
wat ot afety pIN m as t waft
"1I ten you what" aMd te old am.
"Mrh mW laft -mm & smOr tIM
th msa oe to mys O !."
"Te" wpe s tsweat yems tls
Sy13 r day It was a lse e
bu7: mw m iw a m utag ft'I
borepower si n d I at ear."
-Dedtre pmrom
Tinhe-b yoe eat at a a ide.
sum In aithete? New let me explai
to ye. SuppMe eight o hyo Lav t
ptber ftatigidt apM 4tirty-tw
- ees aud M-o mdmon Wat
would eab ome ot you get
'Cbolen Mrb reploid -JoeMy.-
Pathf.nd.
"orge. I was terribly shocked t
day to ear or little Jimme tell Baby
Augusta to o to blase. Where do
you supple he col poibly bave
learned to se sch a dreadfl ezpes-

"How the blaMs e old I oww"r-
ClTeveland Plan Dealer.
"Good graclou, uma!r exelalmd A-
cua. "What sort of a suit is that'
"Ti," replied Dially, who wa at-
tred In a comblastion of football, got
and riding clothes, "Is what you mllht
cal a suit tor dsmav m rm goig o
to ask old Roxley ftor hi daubtw.'--
Phladelptha Pres.
"Ar you related to the bride or
groom elect? asked the busy asher at
the wedding.
"*No."
'Then what interest have you in the
ceremony?'
"I'm the defeated candidate."-Chris-
tlan Register.
"You want to marry my dengbter,
ob? May I ask what chance you hav
for getting on In the world
"I have an automobile, a yacht and
an airship."
"Well, you seem to have every means
for getting on. She's yours, my boy."
--Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Prosperoa Person-There is no
occasion for you to envy me, my man.
I have just as many troubles as you
have.
The Impecunous One-I damr my
you have, but the diflcalty with me is
that I ain't got nothing elae.-Lodo
Mall.
"Is that you, Frankr' asked Mrs.
Tippins In a nervous voice as she
heard some one moving about in the
next room In the darkneea
"It i." replied Mr. Tppins.
"You gave me each a shock. I
thought at first them was a man in the
house."-tebhange.
A Mighty Eruption.
It has been calculated that the
quantity of sold matter ejected by
the great eruption of Krakatoa, In the
strait of Sunda, in August. 1883. was
4.14 cubic mile. To give some idea
of the enormous volume this repre-
sents we may take the following illus-
tration: The largest of the pyramids
of Egypti known as the Great Pyra-
mid. contains about 82.000.000 cubic
feet of masonry. It would therefore
take about 7,300 of such structures to
equal inobulk the matter that was
thrown out by this eruption.-New
York American.
i Warming a 8erpent.
"' wn in Bermuda." said a Cincin-
I :!.i;iu. "I heard Mark Twain make a
slk..'c ibout snakes to a group of lit-


tie .irls
"The speech was great. The only
trouile was that the little girbx could
not appreciatee it. It flew .rver their


heads.
"1 remember the hiiuorist'i .onuclu-
sion.
"Never warm a serpent In \our
tIwotm.' he wound up. 'It a- far easier
to w:arm it by placing it under the pil-
low of an intimate friend.'
How Sea Lions Capture Gulls.
The s-a lioi displays no little skill
and .unni!ing in c.aplturing gulls. When
iu purl.ui;t the sen lion dives deeply ,In-
der water and swimts some d:stauce
from where it disalppe ared; then. rising
cautiou.y, it expues the tip of its
nose aloi, the surftue, at the s;aw.m
time giving it a rotarry motion. The
Sutin;try luird reairr Ily lightss to cutth
the object, while the sea lio at the
bulue uioment settles beneath the
waves and at one bound, with extend-
Sed jaws, seizes its screaming prey and
Instantly devours It
Best Treatment for a Burn.
If fir no other rea&on. Chainberlaiu' Salve
sh. ild he kept in every housbeold ,u ac-
coiilnt of itb great value in th, treatment of
burus. It allays the pain almost instantly.
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IbataceI Its age s is rate It deatrey Wm
amd P Fevrl hme. It erMa IDiarrhbe sa Wa
ColU. I relUees Teething Trrbles,i enrs- Ctr raom
ad Patlempy. It vMnhts the Food, *regus tk
BtMmach Md Bewe, giving healthy ad mBatMrl d--e
2bei Cldrean's Pamae -The Mother's PFriamd

aiNUIN= CASTORIA ALWAYS

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The Trade supplied at the same wholesale prices
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dPcrM the river is fat
i m ithepoodtn ais d to e

*^^^*rVM iM dt LHi failed to
iirto tke the people to
Several at Rockledge

VPm aIol opened Monday
Oil also" The teach.
ai pmat ready to begin
gow m. work.
md i Mm Tom Robinson, of
t! f etkt.werepreientatthesehool
SM this week. Tbey entered
tMk lltti Sr, Cumil.
,; et M till a widower. His
e ib alifornia and will remain
SO -.. In. like a month longer,
S Ttg their daughter.
Se Travisv Brom., of the idand,
peu ad the grocery buswin
f Arthur Lpham and will move
*ir families over in a abort time.
he little daughter of Dr. Cedl
fell front a high window Sunday
,morin. Dr. Hughlett was hastily
Ummunled but found her not seri-


oely hart.
Ms., August emnuert isexpecting
her ftter to make her a visit soon,
a hb is now in this state. His home
Sain New York state, among the fa-
mow Adirondacks.
Pot. Macey has already made a
good Impression upon the people of
Coeo and community, and, with his
able corps of teachers, Cocoa should
hav the best school of its history.
The poles for the electric light
wires have come and are being put
in poitlon, so we will soon be ready
to have the lights turned on. The
Cocoa lee Co. will furnish the light.
The may friends of Mrs. M. E.
Hill will be sorry to know that she
base sick most of the time since
he left Cocos, some weeks ago, to
vidt laved ones in Tallahassee and
ot parts of the state.
Mr. E. Grimes has purchased
the F. E. C. property just back of
the Coooa House, necessitating the
occupants to move by the 1st of Oc-
tober. It will be used as an annex
to the already large hotel.
Do't b afraid to give Cbamberlain's Cough
tseAy o your bcildron. It contains no
epln aer other hbrmful drax. It always
res. .For sale by TtUsville Pharmacy. I
OBOROTAWA
EBther Allen spent a few days in
Melbourne the first of the week.
A. B. Carter and family gave a
dance in the Clement packing house
last Saturday night.
Mr. Ulrich, a nephew of Mr. Fritz
Ulrich, of this place, arrived from
Germany last week to visit a while
in this country.
Captain Cone, of Lotus, was calling
on F. W. Munson, Tuesday. We are
glad the captain is thinking of build-
ing a home on Indian River.
The heavy, northeast storm Wed-
nesday was fe for the gardens and
grovs but very bad for the school-


*ft da aawr b di





v w n t wbe doembd

iM. Wyatt t~nle and family
Ad Mr. Orrin Chandler and family
u& th fir flst trip in the new
-nah Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cope-
lad and children went with them
oamnd the island to Oceanus, where
thy will camp for a couple of weeks.
Lat Sunday morning as Mr. Hall
wa'on his way to Cocoa with the
Lmas the. rudder post broke short off
ad in such shape a to make it im-
poible to rig any afe way ofsteer-
ing the boat. Mr. Hall was com-
pelled to give up the trip and make
is way backs well as e could. It
was late when he got in and the word
came to the people who were waiting
at the Munson dock to take the boat
for Melbourne, where especial ser-
vices for quartely meeting had been
planned. As we have no telephone
there was no way possible of getting
word to those at Rokledge and lower
down on the island. At Eau Gallie
quite a crowd waited on the dock.un-
til after 10 a. m., when they gave up
hope of any large boat coming and as
many as could went down in small
boats and by teams. Mr. C. D. Pro-
vost very kindly gave the use of his
launch and Mr. Rufus Coleman was
so kind as to run the boat, so a part
of the Georgiana crowd got there
after all. Though late in starting
we arrived in time for most of the
morning service, and enjoyed most
delightful day. Dinner was furnished
by the Melbourne and Eau Gallie
people and was spread on tables be-
neath the trees in -the yard of Mrs.
Williams, near the church. The ta-
bles wereloaded with good things,
and there was welcome for all. The
afternoon service came immediately
after the dinner and the elder gave
us another good sermon. The music
at both services was an especial treat,
with Mr. Stewart at the organ and
the Rhoades band assisting thechoir.
We certainly hope to go again and
take the rest of the crowd next time.
For a Sprained Ankle.
Sprained ankle may be cured in about
one-third of the time usually required, by ap-
plying Chamberlain's Liniment freely, and
iving it absolute rest. For sale by Titusville
raErma cy.
EAU OAT.TTim


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-rI GENERAL BAHtIIG
S. m LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVE

H. W. BUCKBEE Exchange bought and sold on all foreign coatrilLes ,N
- boars 5.., bs se ms. bibbida aPpreca, pom pt service, polite treatment, and ry
o oene on with conerate kg ed
School Opened Monday with 64 h COBREPONDEWT--Emplre Trust Company. d Bradway, New York CLt, The At.
pils enrolled. Prof. Shull, Miss Ruth latie Nationa Ba ak of Jam TUle, Jakoile, Fisorida.
Farley and Mrs. E. E. Macey are the F RA
teacher for this year. Many ofhe TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
patrons were present at the opening. -- *
ev et gae an addreM o E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
children in the morning and Dr.
H k inoth arno t the Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
teachers let us make this the banner wehad pd of allkinds. We are ants for Mape' Fertilrs We deal
h e I eove eles ofEg ood and solcit the trade of all cemiesn Write as1 for p ua -
year of the school. Oral amd all Goceries. delivered at year station. L. BADY A BBO.,Trr .La .A.
A few of the citizens of Eau Galonlive - ---
aMtenl opened Mond t INDnI --gAN RIV R COMPANY
Melbourne last SundaE y and heard t V E




Rev.terman G. Porter preachtwo n STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

was served under the trees at the -i at Compentive Price
home of Mrs. Williams. The music GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP G Q ASE, ETC.
was excellent. The voluntaries play- ALLENHURST FLA. (iAtlOIU cUL)
ed by Mr. Stewart were enjoyed by ,O6 s u1,I CE ADDST-TITUSVHI.L
all present. Messrs. Wallace and to the L. BR DY B
Bell asisted with violin and flute D. r E. P GL te e Pet

Wood Production In Gormany.
Among all the nation of the world Ar I U
Germany receives the credit of beino
the most thoroughly scientific. She ll ea I
dosi with her Ilmited natural re- of al re a r
sources what younger nations will sooie
be compelled to do n self protermeection-g a I
she pnseres te. When our wood FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
supploqe, stored up from 100 to dinner






years are within sight of their end PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Etc.
and sawmills that have been moved Oda WTTe a&d I0e Or-am
from the white pine belt of the north Sode Water and CoI Cream
to the yellow pine belt of the south Fresh Pure Drugs and Chenicals
have been moved to the Pacific e Acoast TUSI
for their last stand, then Germany's Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
scientific forestry polley will receive ihavent in Stock
better recogntio. We do I n ot think
better recognitiou. We do not think


of moving a gristmill about from one
wheatfleld to another as the fields in TI
turn become exhausted. After one
crop Is harvested another Is coming on
The Remedy that Does.
"Dr. King's New Discovery is the remedy
that does the healing others promise but fail
to perform," mys Mrs. E. R. Pierson. of Au-
burn Center, Pa. It is curing me of throat
and lung trouble of long standing that other
treatments relieved only temporarily. New
Discovery is doing me so much good that I
feel confident its continued use for a reasna-
ble length of time will restore me to perfect
health." This renowned cough and cold "
remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at
the Banner Drug Store, 50 cents and $1.00 per
bottle. Trial bottle free.


A. P. Edge spent a few days this
week inf Jacksonville. East 0a
Mrs. A. R. Hodgson entertained a Eal UCOs
few friends onTuesday evening. O. r. D
Miss Hall returned Monday, after
a few days spent in Jacksonville.
The Eagle band met at the home
of Mrs. C. G. Redstone on Monday
evening. (
Mrs. Nesbitt, of Fort Piercespent
a few days last week with Mrs. A.
R. Hodgson.
Eugene Mathers gave a launch
party to a few friends on Tuesday T
evening to Melbourne beach. rf VV
George Cox, of Georgia, arrived
Sunday and is employed in the Edge 0. A
& Co. saw mill as inspector of lum-
ber.
Mrs. G. M. Budd and children ar-
rived Tuesday on a visit to her par-
ents, after several weeks spent in ir
Georgia.
Captain Frank Lansing, of Bluff- TITUSVI
ton, spent Monday and Tuesday of
last week with his sister, Mrs. W. H. represent
H. Gleason. companies ol
Mr. and Mrs. Jess St. Clair enter- business entr
trained a few friends on Tuesday eve- ceive prompt
ning at their cozy 'home on High-
land avenue. Rnbbins
R. W. Stewart arrived from Jack- R U I
sonville Sunday and has accepted a (In(
position as clerk in the L. D. Mc-
Millan store. P'id-t
Miss Keith is visiting her parents This comps
for a few weeks before leaving for Indian river
Lake City, where she will enter Co- Lucie river, s
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