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 25, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00668
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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To start your hens layag, feed
P Pratt's Pooltry Regulator.
Baer Drugl to.
S Complet stock of boys' sd ir
M cool does just arrived. Too ms
a, a is to buy them, at BInning's.
Miss Ulie Mabbette, of Sea
Bresm, at a oouple of days in T-
ulrvle the first of the week n rout
1a. to tnterprise.
A ard from Mr. J. J. White, at
Frankfort, Mihb., state that he ex-
puta to be at his home in Ro dge
SbyOctoberlst
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Holman left
Daytonafor St. Augustine by boat
T hursday ofl t. wek, expecting to
return the frt of this week.
Mr. S. V. Hough, a prominent it-l
san of DeLand, was in Tituville
S Wednede to mnt Mr. H. Pritehett
in regard to lumber bidnes.
Mr. H.J. Magrder, of Oak Hill,
a prominent orange grower, has been
registered at the Hotel abnmhurst
S several times the pst few days.
We all special attention this week
to the large display ad of llwood
fencing, on page 4; sold by the East
Coast Lamber & Supply Co., of Eau
Galin.
Cas & Co., of Miami, sent about


mnt. Fruit must be well advanced
in that action.
Mr. A. P. Gruber and family re-
moved the first of the week from the
Taylor cottage to a cottage in Sun-
beam, on the road leading west from
Rice's garden.
Hon. Wade H. Jones has returned
home from St Lucle. His friends
will be glad to know that he has
about fully recovered his health, af-
ter a long and severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy G. Walton,
and little Miss Corinne, returned
home the latter part of last week
from a couple of months' sojourn in
the northern states. We understand
Mr. Walton will not run The Sterling
the coming'eason,
The dengue fever is still an unwel-
come visitor among us and seems de-
termined to slight none before fin-
ishing this annual visit. Not satis-
fied with laying out the butcher and
baker and fat shoemaker it is now
tackling not a few of the fairer sex
without regard to age, size or beauty.
Mr. John C. Jones and family re-
turned the latter part of last week
from Georgia, where they spent
about six weeks at Austell, near At-
lanta. Mr. Jones left Monday for
their home at Quay, Mrs. Jones and
the children stopping here a while on
account of the illness of her mother,
Mrs. E. W. Hall.
Launch for Sale
Round bottom open launch, 25 ft.
long, 7 feet 6 inches beam, draft 2
feet, equipped with 5 h. p. two-cylin-
der Fay & Bowen convertible motor,
using either gasoline or kerosene.
Price very reasonable. Inquire at
Titusville Boat Co.
Gun Repair Shop.


Guns stocked and shotguns re-
S bored. All work guaranteed.
HENRY BENECKE, Titusville, Fla.
Bargains in Trees


n-W OW On

YOUR FEET?
Who decides on the shoe which
you're gong to wea:'-you, or the
dealer who offers so few desirable
shoes that you have but little chance
for choice.
One of the strong points of our
stok of Cromett is its great variety.
You an choose a Crossett in any one
of countle styles and leathers-can
atisnfyourf to the very last de-
tail. We show one of the season's
et in patent leather with soft dull
top. A tpical Crosett-solid worth
in v feature and luxuriously com-
ortbe shoe which "makes
life's walk eaw."
$3. N .S Nand $5.
WINSTON S. BRANNING
Titusvill, Florida.


Statement Regarding Petition
Trusviua, FLA., Sept. 21, 1908.
Uditr oflT FalaoA iSTA.
I beg space in your valuable paper
to make a statement in regard to the
petition now being circulated for the
purpose of calling a wet and dry
election in our county.
In the first place, I desire it dis-
tinetly understood that I am solely
responsible for its circulation. No
citizen of Tituaville nor any other
precinct in the county, state, or any-
where else has had anything to do
with it. I am the sole author of it.
It is a right guaranteed me under
the law, a right that my dry friends
exercised two years ago, and as this
is the only incorporated town in the
county that voted wet two years ago,
and as this town has been my home
for many years, and, as I believe, I
am the only man living in the county
today who has ever been engaged in
thelbusiness, I feel that I am the
proper one to raise the question on
the part of the anti-prohibitionists.
I wish to assure the public gener-
ally that there is no politics, no graft,
in this move, only a straightforward,
business proposition, and every one
who knows me knows that I have at
all times willingly submitted to the
wishes of a majority of my fellow
citizens, I am, respectfully,
F. A. LOSLEY.

LaGrange Has School Wagon
School Superintendent Walker ad-
vertised in THE STAR last Friday for
bids to transport the pupils from La
Grange to the Titusville High school.
The next day he had several bids,
and'the contract was awarded to J.
H. Kittles, whose bid was $10 per
month cheaper than others. The
wagon service was commenced Mon-
day morning. Another evidence that
it pays to advertise in THE STAR.
Auction Sale
New goods at the auction sale Sat-
urday night.
J. R. WALKER & Co.

Orange and Grapefru'it 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.

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 Keieley In-
stitute and he is now back in his for-
mer class, successful and resItected.
For detailed and confidential infor-
mation address
THE KEEI.EY INSTITUTE.
Jacksonville, Fla.


Ladders! Ladders!!
Just received, carload of ladders.
Straight ladders for orange pickers,
W'% ^^ 1 2 1 P --


LATEST IEWS

AND INCIDENTS

PIru l Paragrap Abt Peple that
Thaml Herd aiT n
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
Conductor August Deisner, of
Jacksonville, arrived yesterday morn-
ing for a short visit to relatives here.
Ladies, you should call and see the
new line of Queen Quality, oxfords
and high cut shoes just arrived at
Branning's
This has been the banner week of
the season for the fishermen at this
point, the shipments having aver-
aged a car load a day.


C. H. Campbell, of DeLand, who
has been seriously ill at the Surf
Crest, Daytona Beach, has recovered
and is again able to be out.
Captain 0. A. Quarterman, of
Chester Shoals, is having a Hartford
gasoline motor placed in a rowboat,
with a recess wheel, for navigating
the shallow waters of Banana creek.
I. M. Mabbette, who has been con-
ducting The Breakers, at Seabreeze,
during the summer, has leased the
New England House, on South Pal-
metto avenue, Daytona, for the win-
ter.
Mr. and Mrs. Vandeveer arrived
from Miami Saturday and have
rooms in the Gray cottage on the
river front. Mr. Vandeveer is rush-
ing the work on the ice factory and
expects to start up making ice the
first of next week.
Mr. A. M. Terwilligar and family
arrived at their home in St. Augus-
tine Saturday night from New York,
after an absence of several weeks.
Mr. Terwilligar will soon be very
busy shipping oranges from Shiloh
and Turnbull hammock.


Mr. C. A. Spencer, of Boston, ac-
companied by Mrs. Spencer, arrived
in Titusville Tuesday. Mr. Spencer
was the owner of the palmetto ex-
tract factory, which burned to the
ground last spring, and is here now
on business connected with the plant.
Mr. Pierre S. Titus was in town
Saturday and looks in splendid health
notwithstanding he has recently been
under treatment for paralysis. His
son Clifford has gone to Chattanooga
to enter Grant University. His
brother, Howell, is practicing law in
Chattanooga.
V. W. Eldred has leased Mays'
opera house at Plant City, near Tam-
pa, for the coming season, and will
put on a three weeks' play about the
first of October. He informs us that
this will not interfere with his busi-
ness in Titusville, but will require
him to make frequent trips from
here.
Miss Willie May Gould and Mr.
Samuel Veronee, of St. Augustine.
were married Wednesday afternoon
at La Posada hotel, which is kept by
the bride's mother, Mrs. R. C. Gould.
They stopped ,ff here Wedfiesday
night for a day or so to visit Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Hall, on their way to Long
Key. where the groom is assigned to,
duty by the F. E. C. Railway Co.

Titusville Bottling Works,
M. GOODMAN. PROPRIETOR.
Manufacturer of carhbonated 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.
Standard Sewing Machine
The best and lightest running on the
market, does both chain and lock stitch
i.n the An- menahin. IC'an h~ furnished.


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There are several handsome sums
of money offered for the capture of
Sain Tousler, a negro, who killed
Jasper M. Raulerson, superintendent
of the West Coffee company, at Stage
Pond, in Citrus county, last week.
The description sent here is that the
negro is of a dark yellow complexion
and weighs 135 pounds, and was a
convict of a desperate nature. It is
said that $500 will be paid for the ar-
rest of Tousler. Watch out for him
as he may be in this vicinity.

Auction Sale
New goods at the auction sale Sat-
urday night.
J. R. WALKER & 0().

Negro Has Both Feet Crushed
A negro by the name of Silas Har-
rison, single, about 40 years old, was
thrown under the log train of the
Titusville Lumber Co., Monday. as
the train neared his cabin after com-
ing from the woods. The car wheels
passed over and crushed both legs.
one near. the knee joint, the other
near the ankle, necessitating ampu-
tation of both members. l)r. B. R.
Wilson reports that the man is do-
ing as well as couil be expected al
This time. The accident was caused
b)y another man throwing off a log
from the car as Harrison jumped to
the ground. The log struck him on
the h.atl ;i tl triwev. his. feet a'-.-,ass
the tra'k uk uni r1 the moving car.
New Bean Seed
1.,,)i to 1. and Extra Eariy lt.f-
ugee beai n ,see. Price nl a!pica-
tion. E. L. ready & Bro.. (i',t-rs.
Tiusviif .. Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
About ', arts of or xi high iand (on
the east o, r o,-ctan si,.'! f the Indian river
at the Narrws. described as follows:
I It :{ .*section :'5 also lot N, :: s;.sc-


NO. 88


Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, SEPT. 28, 1908.
A large importer of ihas who
was short of funds plaedhis entire
stock on the market, the same.being
sold for less than one-fourth of its
regular value. Mr. Kline, being in
New York, was fortunate enough to
secure about five thousand yards
which we will place on sale Monday
next at a special price.
Lot No. 1, silk gingham imported
to sell at 5 to 50 cents, special 19
cents for Monday only.
Lot No. 2, zephyr uaghams, man-
ufactured by Toil deNord, special at
12% cents per yard.
Lot No. 3, Amoskeag ginghams in
checks and stripes, 14 yards for $1.0
on Monday only.
Norwood bleached sheeting, 9-4s,
best on the market, special 25 cents
per yard.
Red and blue table damask, satin
finish, 60 inches wide, worth 75 cents
special 59 cents per yard.
Another lot of blue and red table
damask, worth 65 cents, Monday on-
ly, 39 cents per yard.
Indian Head hnen, 36 inches wide,
15 cents per yard.
Ladies' oxfords, entirely new styles
just from the factory, in patent leath-
er, vici, gun metal and tan, worth
$3.50, special 2.49.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods. i
Juuus KLINE,
Titusville, Florida.

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a.m.,
and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. Confer-
ence after morning service.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday
morning, September 27, at 11, and
in St. Gabriel's church, Titusville, on
Sunday evening at 7:30. Everybody
is cordially invited.

Watch for Him


The members o
church societies it:
making arrangenmei
different church gre
arl all necessary re;
,uiliiings ibeforte the-
anid tourists arriv\t
thus convince then.
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the different
Titusville are
s to have the
inds cleaned off
airs made to the
.inter residents
this year, and
that this is no
summer time.


FI'',N TL'IPE. I, 111,N' ; S,)I Si| Ste.,r-in' whe is ;an u,;,o:tt cushions
Fruit alrs. riil)h t rs .'.:d tops
i; i, -Wvrnick e tla.- bbok cases
Strp Leak Sticks fo: ,xats and roofs
(' 'l;'er ta\cks. Ial\ a::.ed screen
Wiatr:'-proof bath tue enamel
S.A. A. .;.XRI)NER. 'Phone :142
Winter Homes.
I. ts for sale at Hlorti. Banana
!i .-. A tine location, adjoining
Th aus.In Islands C(lub property.
J. B. J,NES.; Georgiana. Fla.


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LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONAlS

butOl About the hole of Mtub
ll u They C amui go
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Tituaile.
Mr. E. B. Arnold, of Malabar,
chairman of the county school bo~d.
was in town Wednesday attending to
some real estate business.
Fred Wright, the most avoirdupois
man in town, arrived home Wednmr -"
day after a pleasant week spent hin
Orlando at a family reunion.
Mr. W. Z. Haymans, of Durbin,
was in town Monday, returning home
from Osteen, where he left his family
for a few weeks' visit with friends.
A letter received from Mrs. Rath-
bun states that they probably will
not come south as early as they ex-
pected on account of Mr. Rathbun's
poor health.
When you want a swell dress shoe
ask to see the Edwin Clapp Shoe, be-
ing the finest made. Always a com-
plete stock. Winston S. Branning,
Sole Agent.
Mr. Jeppe Sondergaard, of Perth
Amboy, N. J., has been here for a
week or ten days on account of the
illness of his father-in-law, Captain
Nelson, who was some better Wed-
nesday and yesterday,
A letter received from Mrs. G. M.
Everson, a former resident of Titus-
ville, now in Stevens Point, Wis.,
states that her son, George, has com-
menced teaching his second year at
Oconto, in that state.
The Miami Metropolis of last Sat-
urday states that Mr. W. M. Brown,
who has been visiting relatives in
Connecticut during the summer, has
returned to the Magic City. Mrs.
Brown, Master Mark and Miss Louise
remained north with relatives.
Yesterday concluded the term for
the Thursday half-holiday for the
store clerks. It is said that the store
closing will now be off until another
summer arrives. An effort should
now be made to have the stores close
at a reasonable hour every evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and
Master Douglas arrived home Wed-
nesday afternoon from a month's
stay in Boston and vicinity and Bath,
Maine, and suburbs, having had a
most pleasant stay in that invigora-
ting climate at this season of the
year.
Hon. Gardner S. Hardee and fam-
ily returned to their home in Rock-
ledge last Saturday after having
spent the summer in the northwest.
They were accompanied, also, by
their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Gingras,
from Jacksonville. v.'ho spent part of
July and August in 'onnecticut.


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Sa. lW It U kwas bhe remarked:
v'- hmpe h I Swedes who come hba
IF aI V bu their wrk up. I want
S an th b geId eom ve of the old
-I BisMo wn maplmteod and thriving
i I wat the Germans who come
%tW to bap up their club and sod-
S' t where the fathers, mothers and
aba visit together. I have worked
StAS sabbot a general observance of
p a Iutei It hba bes hmr work,
:eVsrw, but I till have hopes.
are la America," he went on00
tvoie s all who had
e ee about the booth could hear

"If a man jolas a club or organiza-
te his wife will have nothing to do
fh m L It a wife belongs to a society
p thilg apparently will induce her
Shand to have anything to do with
I. We most have a better family life
he In Amserica and learn l-esons from
gwea Norway and Germany. These
.eastris gve as some oor best cit-

iLewk at prosperous Minnelota.
whe seen of Bwedtsh and Norwegian
pareatage are rival candidates for gov
Mra Its good-very good. I hope
we have more of It."
When Presidet Roosevelt was Inter-
loewed the next day be declined to
mato directly what ideal club and
hmeI coodrtiona he Is working for In
Americ as announced In his Informal
talk at Mrs. John Weekes' garden
party.
Late In the evening, however. Secre-
tary Loeb stated that he had become
Sally conversant with the president's
wishes along the social line and be-
lieved that it was one of the most
Important pieces of work undertaken
by Mr. Roosevelt.
By stating that he had been working
for a social condition In which entire
ftamies would belong to the same
eubs the presideot is said to have
meant that he had constantly advo-
cated such a condition and had shown
marked consideration to organizations
made up of entire families.
The presidpt believes that the grow-
S lag divorce record and the constantly
InceaSng extravagance In America
are due to a growing indifference to
home life. He believes that men and
their wives are being educated to have
absolutely diverse lines of entertain-
ment and that the condition can be
remedied by providing a society sys-
tem that will arrange better for their
mutual interests.
"The splendid soclnl systems In Ger.
many. for instance. or in Denmark or
Sweden, or the societies among the
Jewish people." said Mr. Loeb. "are
what the president hopes to see estab-
llbhed here. He wishes to see It made
popular for entire families to take
their evening entertainment together.
to see places provided where they can
meet other families amid enjoyable
surroundings.
*The president has worked hard
along thil line. lie never has hesitated
to go out of his way to addresss socle-
tles made up of men and women both
and help them plan to extend their
work. Often he has given such socle-
ties preference over much larger organ-
Iuations composed simply of men.
"His present plans for a farmers"
commission has this point chiefly in
view. By providing agreeable meet-
ing places for the famlllies In farming
districts, the jpreidont Ielieves. the
boya and girls will grow up to love
country life and not be so constantly
drawn to tihe cities."
The president. It was explained, be-


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Collecting akie Data.
The Almrka Muosem of Nlatar
History ead the (Imas ia geological
department aw woekrlg together i the
eellmetlon of an imeme amount es
ebta aboet the ambrm
Aminle md Odera
Wdtg ha uburban LUfe ChIaro
D. KeIoI the wOe known nituralll
ays: "The matter odor lI an oz-
tre y lnteresting aa. Meat .e -
tire hrave a odor which hdik aIh
frnhd ss and anote which l di
st anger. Always holding the
thought of love toward evy liing
creature just as I have tried to Inastll
It Into the mind of DoH my dog. I
have never hbeltated to take up anl-
ma reptile, brd or My farst
thought of a eptile or was that of
apples. Vet people told me that this
reatmre givea of a noxous stench.
Now. this latter odor il present In any
wild creature'a body when it is dis-
trbod. The bodies o human ben
give out odors which are keenly ap
parent to wild ereatres and Indicate
the feeling which men and women
have for them whatever t be. love,
fear or hate."
A Night of Ageny.
The most pgcullar accident that ever
came to my notice happened to a conm-
mercial traveler In Massachusetts. He
had been out late and In returning to
his hotel wandered beyond the town
limits and before he realized it was
plowing through stubbly ields in inky
darkness. Of a sudden be plunged
over a bank and just managed to throw
his body around sufflciently to clutch
the edgeof the earth with his fingers.
For hour It seemed be hung there.
At last be could endure It no longer
and let go. He dashed down-down
about six nlches and then stopped
He had been hanging all the time with
his feet almost touching the ground.
In the morning they pulled him out of.
an unfinished well. He was cryIng
like a baby. and bhl hair. that had
been raven black the night before, was
white as snow.-Baltimore American.
The Submarine Cable.
The first cable successfully laid ex-
tended from Valentia Island. off the
coast of Ireland, to Heart's Content.
Newfoundland. about 2.000 miles. The
cable was landed on the American side
on Aug. 5, 1858, but was not ready for
use till Aug. 16. About 700 short mes-
sages were sent through It. but it en-
tirely failed within a month. The fact
was demonstrated, however that direct
communication under the ocean was
possible, although few persons at that
time believed that a submarine tele-
graph could be used for business pur-
poes. Cyrus W. Field, to whose enter
praise was due the laying of the first ca-
ble, thought differently. Not discour-
aged by this and other failures, be con
tinned the work lie had planned. InTor-
ested London capitalists In It. and. in
19C6. succeeded In establishing submn
rine corimrnenitlton. w-liichi Ii:s never
been Interrpted.-New York Post.
Ruskin's Long Sentences.
Iluhskin. It is said. has written imi"o.
se:itences of Inordinate length than
any ether classic writer of ino'mer
Enullicth prose. Frederic Halrrison solni'
yc:irs Ia) counted the words int a nu1ln
bcr of typical btetenltCICt'ts. flndii. that ill
the earlier books it was no llncomineil
thing for l:uklin to run beyoud Ihe
p:;oc l,'for'e IH'rmittiihg I'imself anIl Inis
rc;ie' i:s the relief of a full st-p. bilt ill
every c:ia te te seins is as ie;ifr as d:ay
Vourdls.worth's poiem on the "CL'har;.-
t,'r oui ll *il :, y l.'arrior" is a nota;lale x-
SI;.ih-l'e ,.0 s ;ti ed tcoelii'ctiotini. A ipart
f.(.:.1 r!c o' liien andl co;u;; coupl!t;
tihe nte'm onsists of two very loi;n
compoulId sentences ;Llmnt entirely
colmpIrisedl of adjectlviil cl;iuses. T"li
longer of the two scutelices conltailns


fifty-seven docasyllabic Ihes. This is
probably a record in English verse.-
Dundee Advertiser.
Look at Her Teeth.
Young man. before you marry. take
particular notice of the teeth of your
Intended wife. Aunt 1'eggy tells tel
that the organs of laustic tioli are c'er-
taiu indicators of a wife's inclliation
to roam or not to roaIi.
"If you want a holme body." says lthe
aged high priestess, "marry a girl
whose. teevh grow close together. If
the teeih are distinctly separated, your
wife will go gadding about all the time.
She may love her home. but she won't
stay there. She will want to be travel-
nlg. The greater the distance between
the teeth the greater her inclination to
wander abroad."
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rock :andi imarIMTtr t wore carefully titan
hi3 f'ptrme. Wht'e on IOiu!. i v t.' v-
irvpcul a q y:er .-- no' the 4 'tirdr i the
-Cell toi n-re. 'edl in liTe'r .,f' .;)t,)44m
frau, 'nnart 'uiWoetor fortw tie .k*jof
uinny Iwadi-4. Io'it ho' refni.'t I ti) (tI- it.

'Mrs. fi rn~a v.v fl th Mt e t:lk'i iii
her slee'p." ''l:tt isn't the w'r-rt 4)f
it either. She ailko talks when slit, is
awake.--Life.
"Wmist I got a dollar a word."

**1':.'t. Fer talling bIaCk to a judgee"

$tiuiday School Teacber-Who -Avas it.
'Tomunmy, who saw the handwriting on
the w:111?
Toini!lmy--The la:ndlord.

Just Exactly Right.
b asvt- ii-edl Dr. K ing'., New L~ife Pill- t*''r
*e4,vf ril yeam. a11d1 rind them j'a1t *.:setl?
riglt.-7 1t Mr. %. A. Feltean. of ifarrisville.
N. Y. Ne~w Life P'iills reliet-t withoutit@,he
least dliw4'enfifort. B-,%t rt-modid for tmnstipa.
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AIderhot, who tafte at the WaMor
hetl Is New York the etherYI gt
milary mermoautle It will be oy a
mmparswetly short Ie when the
United tatUe and other countries will
have large M of large dirlgible bal
looes fr emergele of war.
The eoleal went to New York after
*tN m t te tsmb of p Tbh.m-
as BaMwltes war ballot at Fort
Myer, Va. He sld ouontrie Hk the
Uilted Stats sad 2g6and. Inrted of
having only two or thw Iettl dtiri-
bl escying two or three men eah,
woold ltmately be eoutant with notb-
Ing lke tha several hundred war bal-
loom.
"I was delighted" sid the coloel,
"with Captain Baldwin's balloon, u It
wu just the right shape and ehm efl-
eotly to train men. and It ertainly
wa a great personal success for Cap-
tain Baldwin-who. by the way, Is a
speodM heap-as hitherto that sime
balloon had never been made so that
It old be both dirigible and buoyant
The fact of Its taking up two men ren-
dered the ascent made by Captain
Baldwin and Lieutenant Lahm very
surprising to me and a most unquali-
fied success.
"I am delighted to think that it la
under consideration that Captain Bald-
win Is to receive Instructions to build
a larger dirigible balloon for your war
department as soon as the money can
be obtained. This matter should be
pushed with all possible facility.
"I am delighted with my reception.
I am delighted with the country. Un-
les I get orders I shall stay here un-
til the Wrights' aeroplane tests are
over. I want to see those, not that I
have any doubt as to the Wrights
meeting all the specifications of the
war department, but because I believe
they can do even more. I spent one
whole day with Orville Wright. and I
cannot tell you bow favorably be Im-
presed me. The Wrights are. In fact.
the best up to date with aeroplanes.
They have the best heavier than air
machine that I have yet seen or read
of. We have a man in England. Cody
by name, who will really surprise peo-
ple with an aeroplane that be will
soon test for the British army. Then-
ah, but I mustn't say anything about
that-no, not a word." said the colonel
seriously.

MAY CUT BRYAN IN GRANITE.
Amateur Sculptor Has Carved Fifty-
four Faces on Small Block.
Elmer Burkett of Wayne. Pa.. mine
owner and amateur sculptor, who ar-
rived at New York recently on the
Cunarder Lusitania with a small piece
of granite In his pocket, Is looking for
William Jennings Bryan. He met Mr
Taft abroad and managed to get the
Impression of the Republiann candi-
date's head on the granite rock and is
now In pursuit of Mr. Bryan for a sit-
ting.
MIr. Burkett has chiseled some
crowned heads on his talisrman. andm.
althoMigh the stone is only 3 hy 7 hy 7
inches. he hasn carved upon It the faces
of fifty-four persons of note he has
met. Mr Burkett said that many
years ago. before he wcannie wealthy.
he was walking along the tracks of thli
main lhe of the Ponlsylvania: railroad
and found the piece of granite. A
few days Inter fortune smiled upon
him. andl no amount of money. he sald.
ouild tempt him to pIrt with it.
He has a s.'t of small. sharp steel
tools. madre l .wa lalyd for hio. :hnd
they are always wrapped up with tlhe


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MW m bW m .lt sad the week e the t n
v3L Oct 4-1., wti witaMs th
siatsst -s m de l m -f ~n eb
;s inf any Ameeran em ,. It
Vil be a w ee t parades, ttees v-
S tnag been pvded or;te t-e- m-- et.lm
to tohe he ca puae of at his-
aisul ppeaut Wever HaI In
Ameris, a riae which It wll eoat
P- rWM to eql; a week o t ven-
Satso ef whiMh their wM be twenty; a
week eot fld pasaatry, s Sar to the
Spreat pagesa given te Loedeo and
a--e Ol nk o as-d ao- recently
s QuOebe; a week of eshbitonsm. hle-
teaeual, s tMe e and Itdatrial; a week
et naval displays t the Delaware riv-
or, to whicb twenty Unted Statesa ud
aosi battteships aad cruisers wil
glrtlate andI mnya other feature
whleh have bees arranged to attract
tha attutie eof people not only of
Phnadelphti bt ef the Ulted States
Vhu the beglnin atf the eeb
at snrMise 0 enmodam mt rn
Oct. 4, wm the bl ot Ibe ndepe
tll. toe-thr tth all the dLerh
dshlme th the a, fo mally o0pe the
etebto, eo theAm dlog of the cee-
ibrati es the k~turday night follow-
tec. Phflm hla will not wittnes an
MIleo mment, ays the New York Post
Oe Mam y, Oet. 5, three will be a mob-
UOatlos and parade of 3,000 United
fetes soldiers, siloens ad marine,
with the ettre national gud of Penn-
ylvrana nad ,repr-entlves from all
the thrten original eeoloato, saior
sad marines from the iforegn war yes-
aets ud umerome oter military bod-
itea In the evening of that day thee
wi be a celebration In the Academy
of Music, at which the president of the
United states and government official,
the goverors of all the states and the
mayors of all the leading cite, togeth-
or with the representatives of foreign
government, who have been Invited,
are expected to be present.
Tuneday. Oct. 6. will witness what
will probably be the moat noted gather-
tgs of Germans ever asembled. This
feature of th p rae p ra will occupy
tho entire morning and will commem-
orate the two hundred and twenty-
fifth anniversary of the founding of
Germantown by Praacli Daniel Pas-
torius, and representatives from all
the states will take part. A parade of
the German aocieties of Philadelphia
and Pennsylvania, numbering more
than 14000 people, will take place, and
allowing It the cornerstone of a great
m ueoment, part of the cost of which
will be defrayed by the United States
government, will be laid. At 1 o'clock
in the afternoon there will be a great
parade of the police and fire depart-
mentr, showing their evolution from
Searlest times. In the same parade
there will participate the state police
of Pennsylvania, details from depart.
ments of other loding teles and the
volunteer firemen of Philadelphla and
Pennsylvania. In the evening the
Germans will hold a celebration In the
Academy of Music, and at the same
ttime there will be a great assemblage
of clergymen of all denominations in
the Friends' Mtetint Ilouse to discus
William Penn as a statesman and firsl
champion of religious liberty.
On Wednesday, Oct. 7, will come the
industrial parade. It will show the
birth and development of all of Phil
adelphla's Industries. The feature of
thi parade will be the evolution ol
every industry from the crudest and
earliest form of the seventeenth cen-


tury up to the processes of the present
day. All advertising will be eliminate
ed. In the evening of this day there
will be a parade of labor organizations
of Philadelphia.
Thursday. Oct. 8. will he known.as
school children's and naval day. In
the morning 150,000 children will gath
er for a special service in Independ,
ence square In the afternoon then
will Ie a review of the war vessels is
the Delaware. followed by a parade o(
500 river craft, steaming up and down
thb rivel. In the evening there witl
*be three fireworks displays on the Del


ftAND --


~sAtS Vse In nthe

40b, fb wanes atodeal
-ivfl give a big parade. On the
mmig of this day the Itallans of
Phndlphtl l wll present to the city a
mmnmm-t ereted to the memory of
l sad will give a street parade.
latrday,. Oct. 10 has been devoted
to atheties sad Knights Templar ex-
r In tho morning there will be
cport, Intrnautonal automo-
ble meas, a national regatta on the
Behbylll river, special hore race
nd other sports. In the afternoon the
Knaghts am pig of Pennsylvania will
parade and then proceed to Fairmount
park where they will hold field exer-
elao. At 11 o'clock n the evening the
aIgbhts Templars will return to the
city ball d there bring to a close the
great eebration by extinguishing the
lights of the city hall.
On the six evenings of the week
re will be a magnificent drama or
pageant on Franklin field. University
of Pennsylvania, which will show the
bisory of Philadelphia acted. Plans
for this drama, which will be known
a "Philamdphla," have been in the
corse of preparation for five months,
sad tt will how In minute detail the
history and growth of the city.' It will
be prepsUtad In four acts. The first
will sbow Philadelphia from the time
of the sttlement by the Indians, the
Dutch and the Swedes to the arrival
et WUiam Penn and the laying out of
the city. About ten scenes will be
oeesary to portray this. The second
et will show the colonial and Revolu-
tionary periods, and about fourteen
scees will be necessary to fully por-
tray the history of those times. In
these various scenes will be shown the
part Franklin took in the early Revolu-
tionary arrangements, Washington tak-
ing commanA of the patriots, the oc-
cupation of Philadelphia by the Brit-
bth. the work of the Continental con-
grea and terminating with the meet-
Ing of congress on July 4. 1776. when
the Declaration of Independence was
agreed to. The third act will portray
all the leading events of the nine-
teenth century. and the fourth and last
act will show for the first time the
part Philadelphia took with the United
States and the several state troops In
the close of the Spanish-American war.
Fully 1.000 characters and 200 musl-
clans have been engaged for this great
performance, and It is safe to say that
between 25,000 and 30,000 people wi:l
witness it every night. The entire field
will be used for the production, while
on three stages will be various tableaux
depicting leading events of each period.
A number of grand opera stars and nn-
merous societies will participate in all
the performances.
Philadelphia will be lavishly decorat-
ed for the great celebration, and on the
city hall, the largest municipal building
in the world, will be the most exten
srle illuminations ever attempted oh
any single building. No less than 300.-
000 incandescent lights, forming set fig-
ures. etc.. will be used in this one piece
of decorntlon. All the leading stores.
manufacturing plants and buildings of
the city will be decorated for the week


Driven to it by stern necessity, the
old sailor had taken the Job of running
an elevator.
"'Vast there, my hearty:" he said to
the fat man \li o was stelhpig tow:nrd
the side of the car. "I'll iave to ask
ye to stand amidships. This craft has
a heavy list to port."
Belle- So Mande has ac -pc;,tdl 'har
;ey? Would yoil have at'celtld hiii if
yon had Iweni it her pl,::(e? I.'!::: Very
likely. She was in his hI:p at the time.
Edith-How do you IIell ne and umy
twin sister apart? Tominn If it's a
pleasant one. it's Ethel; if it's a cranky
3ne. it's you.
In Germany "von" Imples tnoiilitv.
and all Iersons who ,heoin. 1t titl Iio-
bllity prctix "von" to tlieir f;tui'y
namls without any exception.
By observations on a col!,ctinu of
earthworms Professor Krchlilt,. Mar-
burg, has established that their maxl
mumn age Is ten years.
"Come ou. Bill." whispr,.'t' td hO ol.l
burglar in disgust. "It's no, ;.Sc. wast.
Ing time here."
"Don't yol think tho,:e t\\o lovers-
will get off the steps somn'." querteil
the new burglar.
"No. I heard him may that was the
last kiss. They'll Le an hour yet."
Mother (coming swiftly)-Why. Wil-
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ay fs uuems
W me wii be ma ssgoel?
Memt attIs -aM -elm
w e a a l e ss o r te"
bWaSe Sdir we r
WV Mt pmn e the IO rwbo ws t k
m her w hws wMs. wioe o e
W1e1 Ir011 1 ei0 Is e1t1vated?
Wy not f te te mlm almn noiar who per-
slts Ia tit man rattin
Wbhe or pesItous beauty umber at the
dawnan yow atr beUsta s
hy not elas r armed unpardonabe the
erowtng eo the roster.
We the load and raucous threting of the
rooter baseball booster?
Cheek the noses pbonographlo-make the
book agents lees active-
And the life eo city dwellers will be
slightly more attractive.
-Arthur Chapman it Denver Republican

Best the World AMbrds.
"It gias me unbounded pleasreto recom-
mend Bucklea's Aruia lal ve," SaysJ. W.
Jenkins, of Chapel Bill, N. C. "I am con-
vinced it's the best salve the world afrds. It
cored a felon on my thumb, aad it never ails
to heal every sore, burn or wound to which
It is applied. 2Sc at the Banser Drug tore


HOOKLESS WAIST.

Hoboken Inventor Shows Dressmakers
Labor Saving Device.
While fourteen young women of va-
rious sizes and styles of architecture
tried on corsets for the benefit of the
400 delegates to the convention of the
Dressmakers' Protective association in
Masonic temple at New York the other
night official announcement was made
that hereafter It will be unnecesary
for any woman to call for assistance in
buttoning her waist in the back.
A public benefactor who lives in
Hoboken. N. J.. submitted for the ap-
proval Sft the dressmakers a small
metal device which, he said. would
soon take the place of buttons and
hooks and eyes throughout the civilized
world. More than a dozen men who
did not know that admission to the
dressmakers' convention was limited
to women spent the evening In the cor-
ridor, where the man from Hoboken
explained the beauties of his discovery.
According to his optimistic predict
tion, his device, consisting of a chain
running between two lines of sockets
with a ring at the top. will soon be in
general use and will bring surcease of
care to thousands of husbands.
"One pull on the ring." said the
orator from Hoboken. "and the dress
Is buttoned or unbuttoned, hooked or
unhooked, as the case may be. Any
child can operate the device."
"Give me $5 worth." said one of his
acdttorsa and others also purchased.

THEATRICAL EXPOSITION.

Whole Field of Music and the Drama
to Be Exploited.
The Italian ambassador at Washing-
ton has furnished a copy of the an-
nouncement of the International The-
atrical exposition to be held at Milan
In 1913 in honor of the first centennial
of the birth of Giuseppe Verdi. the
composer:
The exposition will be divided Into
three sections-the theater, playhouses
and productions: music, composition
and Interpretation; artists and theat-
rical literature, relies, biographies.
manuscripts, etc.
The theater section will include re-
production of ancient, mediaeval and
modern playhouses or theaters: an-
cient, mediaeval and modern produc-
tions or plays, a special division being
devoted to moving picture apparatus.
heating, illuminating. etc.
The music section will include an-
cient and modern Instruments and ac-
cessories, writings of the different pe-
riods or epochs among the different
races and nationalities.
The third section, which will Ioe de-
voted to performances and theatrical
literature, will include all that whichI
pertains to the performers. to their
work and to their memory. such as
photographs. autographs. reproduc-
tions of mnioninents. DIiv.iions will
be devoted to sa;crenl music. national
hymns. patriotic song. war song and
folk song.

A New Danger.
Knicker-T.et's sit out the dance In
the conservatory.
Stella-Rut they say that pl:ants have
eyes and memories.-New York Sun.

Novel Use For Elephants.
Elephants are being employed in
Paris as 'sandwich men" to advertise
a music hall in the Champs Elysees.

A Burglar in Town


hiis name is "had mough." lie don't care
,fr gold oar silver hut he will al ,ur health
away. If he aplwars in your hou-e arrest
him at atoneewith Ballard's Horehound Syrup,
it may itclan c-llonsumption if you don't. A
rtire for all coughs, Oldss and chest tronulels.
Price M-.d. 50D- ani $1.E) per little. Saold ly
Titusville Pharacy and an Bnner Drugstore.

Stops earache- in two minutes; toothache orr
pain or burn or heald in five minutes; hoarse-
net, one hour; muscleache. two boors: sore
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Madame (to her chambernsad-Ja-
tw the doorbell rang
"Ia madame sure it want the
edockr
"Couldant be-it is only a quarter to
10.- t
"Yes, but madame knows the clock
Is fastr-Paris Journal.
Sunday School Tehber-Come now,
Arthur, surely you can tell me what a
benediction is. What is the last thing
your mother asks when she goes to
bed at night?
Arthur-he asks pa If he is sure he
locked all the doors and windows and
put the cat out
According to the figures of the gov-
ernment geological survey, the state
capital which attains the greatest ele-
vation above sea level is Denver,
with an altitude of 5,175 feet. while
the lowest point is held by Annapolis.
Md., Its elevation above the sea being
only four feet
"My dear." began the minister's wife.
"there's a hat at the mlln"-
"There you go again." be quickly in-
terrupted. "Always thinking of world-
ly things."
"But, my dear, you wrong me." she
aid. "This bonnet is perfectly heav-
4ly."
An Anglo-Indian says an English
newspaper, gave the following "char-
acter" to his native cook. who exhibit
ed it with much complacency:
"This servant has been with me for
six months. It seems much longer. He
leaves me now on account of ill health
-my 111 health."
"Mr. Snug," said the doctor gravely,
"I am afraid your wife's mind is
gone."
"I am not surprised at that," re-
plied Mr. 8. "She's been giving me a
piece of It every day for the last fif-
teen years, and It wasn't much to start
on, either.
The art or exercise of dancing can
be traced back to the early Egyptians,
who ascribe that invention to their god
Thoth. Beyond a doubt dancing Is
much older than history. It began in
connection with religious rites and
was performed in honor of the deities
that were worshiped.
Inquiring Lady-How much milk
does your cow give a day?
Truthful Boy-'Bout eight or nine
quarts, lady.
Inquiring Lady-And how much of
that do you sell?
Truthful Boy-'Bout twelve quarts.
:ady.-London Mall.
"I saw one of your old girls today."
began the wife.
"And I saw one of your old beaux,"
responded the husband. "Suppose we
call it a tie and switch the conversa-
tion to something else."
It was so agreed.-Kansas City Inde-
pendent.
"I want a photograph representing
me just as I am. None of this touch-
Ing up' business, understand."
"You are in the wrong shop." replied
the artistic photographer. "Better try
the police station. It's a Bertillion
style of picture you're after."-Phila-
delphia Ledger.
''Good morning." said the soda water
Iee. "You look rather spry this morn-
ing."
'Yes." replied the ice cream freezer.
"I just tlidl a few turns. You look ra-


ther smart yourself."
'Yest; you see I have
sharvd."- Exchange.
An l:Eli.hmznan. newly
from America. was asked
visited Phil.adelphia.
"Oh. ya-:ts." lie replied.
odd lpla'e. Nt:trly all the


Just been

returned
if he had

"Awfually
pople ur'


named Scra!,pll'. n:111 they hadv, :a dlish
they ctll 'liddlt' e 'ry nmornin. for
breakfast."-Saturday Evening I'ost.
A Traveling Man's Experience.
"I must tell vyo m y .exprin-ce on an ,iteat
I.,lad ,1. R. & S. R. 1: train from rPenallefon
to, L ;ralnd. Ore.." writt- Sam A. (;:trlwr. a
well known traveling. man. "I w-:. in the
aiiokiniix epal rtmlent with ome ~ other travt'l-
illn- lt'l whll4 011 oft l thlUn wet1t out into th-
<,wH( Il rtin a'n l hac w,'>aain .1irkk IIuto, dle it ill ti carr.' I :at ,Ion
got Upti anil went ,ut. fand her very ill withI
1rnilI)l, uli-r; her hands andl aI um W.re *Irawn
il, io youi ,ouldl lot .trAigKhten th'ml. an;il with
:a l-ath-like Siok ton her tfce. 'Twa ,or tlihre
ladlite were working with rhr andl givini hier
whisky. I went to my .nit ,a ,e ;nld t-,at llI
,iatlle sof t'ihaunlperlait'. Colic. ('ihola r.i a tll
l)iarrhli,'.t lentedly i never tra-.vel without it)
rnitn t thla wat,.r lta:ik. put a dull' tilie mcfli,'ine illi thilt tl:us. omllncl -,1e wa:lter
into t andl stirred it with a Ip'-ini!: the-n I had
i(uitra time teo gt the ladil-es t let nIra' t .v it
to, her. but I l'-cVleded. I (culd at oIonce s '
the l rt-rt and I worked with h-r. rnihIing,
her harnd.s. :uand in l2I liinutes I gave her tai-
other IdoN. y tli tilnM we were alnatmot intio
I.e(;rral'e. where I was to leave the train. I
;ga v tIhI t wttl to tithe hIushanlld to, ie n-.,l in
4-;,' ;nolt,tler dotie should Iw needed. but by
the time tihe train rian into L[.4 ;r-nlaid she w;as
all right. and I received the thank af( e-very


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several schools of medical practue. Some
of these numerous and strongest o pro
fesilonal endorsements of Its Ingredieta,
will be found in a pamphlet wrapped
around the bottle, also in a booklet maled
-*fre on request, by Dr. R.V. Pierce, o
Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en-
dorsements should have far more weight
than any amount of the ordinary ay, or
non-professional testimonialLs
The most intelligent women nowdays
Inist on knowing what they take as med-
icine instead of opening their mouths lub
a lot of young birds and gulping dow
whatever is offered them. Favorite Pre-
scription" is of rzowx comnorrsm. ft
makes weak women strong sad sik
women well.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sat ft
on receipt of stamps to pay expmN of
mailing o ed to Dr V. Piere,
Buffalo, N. Y., 21 one-cent stamps or pa-
per-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-boud.
If sick consult the Dotor, free of chage
by letter. All such copmnnlctlo- arn
held sacredly confidential.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate
and reguate stomach, liver and bowel

The Writers Child-Papa. what is
penury?
The Writer-Penury, my son, Is the
wages of the pen.-Cleveland Leader.
He-8h is such a charmingly Inoo-
cent girl, isn't she?
Bhe-Oh, yes; she has taken years to
acquire It.-London Tatler.
Teacher-Johnny, can you tell me
where the north pole is?
Small Johnny-Yes, ma'am. It's at
the top of the map.-Chicago News.

To Be Happy
you must have good health. You can't have
good health if your liver is npt doing itsduty
slow but sure poisoning is going on all the
time under such circumstances. Ballard's
Herbine makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right and acts
as a tonic for the entire system. Sold by Ti.
tasville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.

Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scroftul,
pimples. rashes, etc.. are due to impure blood.
Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood
tonic. Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained,
clear-skinned.


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JBkiLhMX i~,e ukYewPuhluslled.

RUDDER

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IiJ n fM of the mort beau-
g Miaof d&i homedeli-M
me w .br mbroug ht in daily
Sat tbhe fsh hoosss at
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:*l* tSa fa Aingfi&sh berex"Md
,l,- QSWv mattea would bring 80
,ii a 9mnd and the white folks
K '- J hrmmw to do thepicking.

L k ^ immy started up publi-
soWIlor County Herald,
r t Friday, succeeding J.
$ A rwho hbs gone to Georgia
for a location. The Herald,
S wit tlo present energetic young
i.'. hr, will give Taylor county a
Si, live paper, and if it should fail
t ~ilt will be with the people not
s p rdug- i t, s the Herald is the
V n Iypaper in that county.


4 tr Talla Sun, which has
beit welome in very many homes in
Brerd county since it was started,
abodt three years ago, hasspended
publication, for the present at least,
on account of its not being a paying
Mterprise. It is rather a sad com-
mentary upon the state that it would
not support one paper whose editor
put policy aside and worked for the
best interests of the commonwealth
as he saw it, and was greatly ad-
mired for it, too.

The first Saturday in October is
Orphanage Day. Please send us the
earnings of that day. We beg that
pastors will stir their churches to
help, and that superintendents of
Sunday schools will enthuse their
scholars and communities to help the
orphans. Point out Work that chil-
dren can do to make something to
give. Invite everybody to take pait.
Get friends in stores, shops, mills,
unions, lodges, everybody, every-
where, to help. God will smile into
the heart of every one who helps.
Send amountsto B. M. Bean, Arcadia.

About the same hour every after-
noon, during the summer months for
the past several years, a large and
graceful fish hawk has been in the
habit of posing on top of the lofty
weather signal pole in rear of the
postoffice. It was a perfectly harm-
les bird and its actions while sitting
on its lofty perch never failed to at-
tract numerous onlookers, for it was
a pretty ornament. But what is an
ornament to cultivated minds is dis-
tateful to others, and so some smart
with agun shot the unoffendinm third
one afternoon l .t wve-k. Those ,
who had formed an Vttachmtnit ,'ir
and looked daily at the large birdi
on the pole will set it no more. And
what satisfaction is it to the p .son
who slew the bird and thus d-. 'royed
an ornament, of which. we can.truth-
fully say, the town is blessed with
too few.
Better Cuban Mail Service
It has ben given out on good au-
thority that during the approaching
winter season there will be a daily
mail service between Knight's Key
and Havana. No change will be
made by the Peninsular and Occi-
dental Steamship company in the
operation of their vessels on the
west coast and the increase of traffic
will be made on the east coast, as a
better opportunity is offered for
making quick connections with fast
trains from Knight's Key to Jack-
sonville, An increase in the train
service will be made to meet that of
the ships, and there is no doubt that


Nerm. M mk, chairman of the
Demoratc atinl committee, has
addrmed a toegram to Prsident
Rooseve in which he deni flatly
te statements contained in the re-
ported interview between Timothy
L Woodruff, chairman of the Re-
pubican State committee and Presi-
dent Rooevelt which were printed
in a New York paper Tuesday morn-
ing
Chairman Mack's telegram to the
president is as follows;
"I notice in the New York Tribune
this morning you are quoted by Tim-
othy L. Woodruff, chairman of the
Republican State committee, in the
following interview which Woodruff
gave out from Oyster Bay:
"'Incidentally the president re
marked that he considered it signifi-
cant that $300,000 had been found in
the treasury of the Democratic party
after Judge Parker had declared
throughout the last national cam-
paign that the party's treasury was
receiving nothing from corporations,
and further, because it was an-
nounced at the time of the electpn
that the treasury was empty. The
president said he thought it looked
queer that such a large sum of mon-
ey should turn up after Haskell was
appointed treasurer of the Demo-
cratic national committee.'
"If you are quoted correctly,"
continues the telegram, "no doubt
you have in mind the publication in
the New York American recently
that I, as chairman of the Democratic
national committee, received $300,-
000 from former Chairman Taggart,
which is said to have been left over
from the 1904 campaign. This state-
ment at that time was emphatically
denied when brought to my atten-
tion. I desire to say to you now
that there is not a word of truth in
this statement. I have not received
one cent from Chairman Taggart or
anyone else connected with the last
campaign, neither has any one con-
nected with the Democratic national
committee. I am wiring you this
direct, as I desire to correct what
seems to be an erroneous impression
in your mind."

Largest Lumber Mill in the State
Everything points favorably to-
wards locating a gigantic saw mill
and crate factory in Sanford. The
proposed plant will cut 150,000 feet
of lumber per day for export and
domestic uses, crates, boxes and bas-
kets for the fruit and vegetable
trade in Florida and Cuba. Messrs.
S. I Wood and H. J. Drane, of Lake-
land, are at the head' of the enter-
prise. The former is a man of wide
experience in the lumber and mill
business, having been for a number
of years at the head of the Lacka-
wanna Lumber company of Scran-
ton, and the mills in Potter county,
Pa. He is now engaged in the whole-
sale lumber business in Lakeland,


and has control of the output of the
Starter lumber plant at Carter, Fla.,
aiil bu ing lumber and shipping in
'ar-o lots from several southern
pr ts. Mr. Wood and hi. associate.-
:i\.v ucacluird'i i,jlO. acres of timber
in ( Ornge county.

English Schooner Lost
News of the loss in the recent hur-
ricane of the Briiish schooner E. M.
Bertha, Captain Scott. which -ailed
from Mobile for Savannah via La
Mar, Jamaica. on July 1st. was
brought to New York when the
steamer Cherokee arrived from San
Domingo Tuesday.

PROCLAMATION
In mierordiance with the o .rlin:in'r. if tlhe
townis tf itut.vill. I. I ilR. \i x in. i a..r otf
St3n town. lhrre.ly i.-.Ht twli.i. iny ir.u-l;alat;t-
tiou. lling at, .riiiial lclection. to IN held on
the fourth sMionlay in 4hetob-r. A. I). l.NS,
being the a2ith day tlheieof. at thei courthlbute.
for the purpose otf ,lcidtintc
O(hIe naytor.
Three aldermen.
)Oe clerk and treasurer.
O nemarshl aad collector. aaud
One ,isiaeCr of taxes.
And 1 hereby appoiot A. A. Bethes. S. J.
Norton and J. M. Obau iinpectohrs of said
election, and J. Mandeville clerk thereof.


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sonal friends who have used
and endorsed Pe-ru-na that
feel justified in assuming that
ft is a valuable remedy for ca-
h and an excellent general
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John W. Hoyt
fiz-G.orrr of Wywmh


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LIST OF PROMINENT AMtRICANS.


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Gen. W. H. Parsos, Confeaato Army, estate Senator, Texas
CoL Bailey, of Washington, D. ., labor Organirtions and U. V. L,
CoL Patten, of Washington, D. C, military and Monic Ordersm
, Hon. R. Ryan, of Alaska, iz-Member blish Hoas of Parliament.
SCongreuman Cale, of Alaska, well kno on Pacifc Slope.
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Oci. W. H. Parses.
Gen. W. H. Parsons is ex-State Sena-
tor and ex-Special Judge of the Supreme
Court of Texas, also Brigadier General
in Confederate Army. In a recent letter
from 925 H St., N. W., Washington, D.
C., this prominent gentleman says:
"Upon the recommendation of per-
sonal friends and many strong testi-

monials as to the efficacy of Peruna in
the treatment of the numerous symp-
toms of the In grippe with which I have
been afflited for four months past, I
have been induced to undergo a treat-
ment with this Justly celebrated for-
mula. I feel a decided change for the
better after using it only one week. It
is especially good in Itowa l p the stom
ach and has had a decMd effect upo
my ppeti I therefore feel much en-'
eouraged that I am on the road to com-
plete restoration.
"My numerous friendsin Texas, where
I have had the honor to command a
brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four


years' war, may accept this voluntary
testimonial to the ierlts of Pen as a
sense of obligation on my part for its
wonderful efMicacy."
CoL Wm. Balley.
William Bailey, 58 I t., N. E., Wash-
ington, D. C., Past Col. Enc. No. 09,
Union Veteran Legion, and prominently
identified with many of the great labor
protective associations in Chicago and
New York, and Secretary of one of the
largest associations in the former city,
had for nearly thirty years been afflicted
with kidney troubles.
Within a short period he has been per-
suaded to try Peruna, and his present
healthy condition is attributed to his
Judicious use of that great remedy*
Washington climate is notoriously bad
for kidney and liver troubles, yet by a
judicious use of the remedy he is now
quite cured and in excellent physical
condition.
This brief statement of facts, without
exaggeration or hyperbole, appears to tel 1
the whole story, which the PerunaCom-


pany is authorized to se, If It soebooe,
believing,as Ido, thatby so doing it wil
be for the general good.-Win. Bailey.
Col. C. L. Patte.
Col. C. L. Patten, 500 T St., W.,
Washington, D. C., a Lieutenant in the
Old Guard, an exclusive organization
composed of soldiers of distinction who
fought in the civil war, and a Thirty-
second degree Mason, writes as follows:
"I have used Pernna, and desire to
recommend your remedy as an invigor-
ating spring tonic; also one of the best
remedies that I ever tried for coughs,
colds and catarrhal complaints."
neO. R. S. Ryam.
Hon.R.S.Ryan,now residing in Nome.
Alaska, was formerly a member of the
English House of Parliament, and Sec-
retary to the late Irish patriot, Charles
Stewart Parnell. His Washington ad-
dress is New Willard Hotel, Washmina-
ton, D. C. He writes: "I have used Pe-
runs and can recommend your remedy
as a very effective cure for colds and
catarrhal complaints."
Hon. Thomas Cale.
Hon. Thomas Cate, elected toCongrese
from Alaska, is well known on the Pa-
cific slope, where he has resided. His
Washington address is 13129th St., N.
W., Washington, D. C. He writes: "I
can cheerfully recommend Peruna as a
very efficient remedy for coughs am
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S34 IN a2d-Each of these cables is tied to each other
cable by a continuous heavy wire lapped tightly
about every cable-not tied in a crooked "knot'
Sa g or twist to weaken the strength of thetie wire
at the bending point. (Wrap a wire around
your finger and the wire is not weakened: tie a
sm1Nog wire up in a hard knot and you cannot untie
it without breaking, it is so much weakened.)





THAT IS ALL THERE IS TO ELLWOOD FENCE-
Heavy steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, isn't it?
No chance for weakness in any part: uniformly strong. The reasons for the superiority of ELLWOOD pENCE
are not hard to find. This company owns and operates its own iron mines and furnaces; its own wire mills
and six large fence factories-either one of the six being larger than any other fence factory in the world.
These facts should be convincing.

For Sale by the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., Ean Gallie, Fla.

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Pine or oak. any length. Also plow-
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retraining the
-Odle hut mvin the re-
t d dt o tbep ry except by the
wi r r U ns Mand M froimd
any a but Mr. Keoe the nominee,
a e the affidavit of Mr. Kehoe
pr"itad Tuesday in which he states
t thiete m=of the 1jn1tioo were
yed by -x m embers of the
Committee Nan four attorney as
a fow rJudge. Francs B..Carter, of
SPinM ola; Geo. P. Raney and Attor-
ne-General Win. H. Elis, of Talla-
hn-ge; T. L. Clarke, of Monticello;
Black Ashley, F. B. Bailey, J. W.
Heoderson, M. Bates, S. M. Bolton,
and Tom White, the latter sir com-
posing those of the committee who
are charged with voting to canvas
the returns other than ordered by
the court; and who also voted to
nominate D. H. Mayes. The affidavit
sets forth in detail the proceedings of
the congressional committee; also
that it was through the advice of the
attorney that the committee took
such action, and furthermore that
| some of the attorneys stated to the
committee that they would be as
much in contempt as the committee-
men.
Committeeman Shulah was not
cited, for the reason that the affidavit
states that hb voted only after the
chairman of the committee had talk-
ed with Judge Malovie over the tele-
phone and then stated to the com-
mittee that Judge Malone had ad-
vised the committee to act.


Pine Oil and Its Uses.
A striking example of a seemingly
useless waste product of the forest
which has developed into a marketa-
ble commodity of no small import-
ance is what is known as pine oil.
The crude wood turpentine obtained
from the steam distillation of certain
species of pine must be refined with
considerable care before it can be
sold in competition with gum spirits,
the true turpentine of commerce.
By redistillation with steam this
crude product is usually separated
into two substances. The first, which
is the larger fraction, consists almost
entirely of the product known tech-
nically as "pinene." This closely re-
sembles gum turpentine except for a
barely perceptible difference in odor.
The other fraction is a product some-
what thicker and heavier than tur-
pentine, with a yellow color and a
very pleasant odor. This is known
as "pine oil."
kFormerly this by-product had no
market and was either burned or
sold for almost nothing in order to
get rid of it. It was realized, how-
ever, that it was extremely poor bus-
iness to waste three or more gallons
of oil for every cord of wood without
knowing certainly whether the oil
was of value, and it was clearly up
to the chemist to find uses for the
pine oil, and to the salesman to create
a market.
Pine oil is now sold in tank car
lots to manufacturers of roofing
paints and varnishes. Considerable
quantities are consumed in the man-
ufacture of insulating materials,
metal polishes and cheap perfume.
It has been found to yield very
cheaply terpenee hydrate," a drug
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Pl of whtyour
bw do e Jor yOn MWd
uiMNT during the dull amrme
iMeh at a fimdal mderfice to it-
It asl manfully fought and
nobly won your battles, it has kept
good name and the advantages
your fair city before ita scattered
I o saa dof readers weekly, it ha
sounded your praise and heralded
the advantages of this sectionuntil
there is no better known place in all
this well advertised state, it has done
its duty to everyman so well that it
stands far in the lead of 1ll competi-
tors a the leading paper of the In-
dian River section-a position it has
Dignified for twenty-eight years amid
both adversity and prosperity. Yes,
the fall season is now on and we want
to place a nice display ad. in THE
STAR for you. It gives your business
an air of dignity that is not obtained
otherwise. Terms on application.

DUGR II DSELA


Kidney Diseases are too Danger-
ous for Titusville People
to Neglect
The great danger of kidney troubles
are that they get a firm hold before
the sufferer recognizes them. Health
is gradually undermined. Backache,
headache, nervousness, lameness,
soreness, lumbago, urinary troubles,
dropsy, diabetes and Bright's disease
follow in merciless succession. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Cure the kid-
neys with the certain and safe rem-
edy, Doan's Kidney Pills, which has
cured people right here in Titusville.
Mrs. John Noble, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "Our little girl suf-
fered from kidney weakness for
three years and she seemed to have
very little control over the actions of
the secretions, especially at night.
She doctored and took several reme-
dies, but nothing seemed to help her
in the least. We finally learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills and obtained
them. The use of one box has com-
pletely .ured the child. She is now
able to retain the secretions, and is
.steadily growing stronger. We are
thankful indeed for the benefit she
has obtained from the use of Dean's
Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's and
take no other.

An Astounding Record
Duval county's jail today houses a
larger number of people charged
with murder than at any time in the
history of the institution, which is
decidedly creditable to Sheriff Bow-
den and officers of both county and
city, but a sad commentary on con-
ditions that allow of heinous crimes
being so frequently committed and
the delay in having them avenged by
law.
There are in Duval jail thirteen
persons, mostly negroes, charged
with murder, two of whom are from
Columbia county, brought there
for safe keeping, and ten for mur-
ders committed in Duval county.
As an illustration of the efficiency of
the officers, out of twelve murders
committed in the county since April
22, 1908, but two perpetrators have
escaped.


BEST FOR THE

BOWELS
if yon haven't ulr, healthy movement of the
bou tel every day. you'reIU orwill be. Keqp your
buwels open, and b well. For *s, ithe shalp ot
i.olet physal or pill poison. I r dangerou. The
smoothst., Gaiest, most perfect way of keeping


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tanner Drug Store. price. 2 a."H nlI 1 .0
If yonu haven't the tinm, t o exe'ri:-e re'-
larly, Fedmn's Benule't. .will prevent ,1, -tii i
tion. They imlncc' a mildl. ea;sy. lie;ltht'
action of tile .mwel. without Lrilpiil..
your lrdruggist for thi'm. 2Kc.
NOTICE.
The registration Iooks will lwm opened in tl
several precincts in the county on Monda
the 7th day of Septemlier. 19,,, for the pw
iwse of registering elect, rs for the "enerl
election in Novembetr. and will be kept 1"p
two days in each week until the seconeld
urday in Octolier.
The following have been appointed lhepu
registration officers:
Precinct No. I-L. K. Myers.
Precinct No. 3-B. 1. Beal.
Precinct No. 4-J. P. cooper .
Precinct No. 5 -W. R. uoesch.
Precinct No. -'-Chas. T. McBride.
Precinct No. 7--E. B. Arnold.
Precinct No. R-R. T. Smith.


SFlorida's Higher Educatioual Institutions
,,i The State College for Women
k Fl,'iia FenialC college University of the State of Flori

Tallaha.ssee. Florida. (ain h"' A college for women, without a A high-grade institution for yvtur:
Parallel in the south, embracing a n., ,fflrin. literary. scientitic .i-
.l college of liberal arts; a normal
'" school; a school of industrial arts; a girir. aricultutrll an pcla *-
' school of fine arts, offering instrue- ical courses.
Stion in drawing, painting, piano, pipe l
Sorgan, violin, voice culture, elocu- Strong faculty: well .1 luipped la!-
tion, and physical culture. storiess: thorough inst.ucti.;n. btrh
Forty Florida counties and seven theory tical and practical: carefull '-,-

states represented in the enrollment pervisin and discipline: high r',,ral
last session.
Fine new dormitory, with rooms tone.
for one hundred and sixty girls. iust ....


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isone minoverwmmg
iab;tual consIiation HW A
Deni-anent i | 1 V V l-.i
peUROnu enttV .IO eg,--__ ts __,___
beneficial effects buy
the enmne. Jas. Pritchard & Son

&I 94 Handle the Finest Lines of

10i"R C-o. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Oh. lark. uWmnI nthe morn...W
o Ctl t W. y Our Stock of
A costly wall.
A wall which it Is estimated will1G and Sporting Goods
cot nearly a million sterling I In Guns and Sporting Goods
core of construction by this complete at all times
admiralty at Spithead. Night attacks
on the harbor by torpedo craft have =
shown that It is possible for these In- Pa nts a d Ois of ality
sidlous vessels of war to creep unob- PaintS and Oils of Q quality
served along the shore, and the object one of our
of the wall is to divert all navigation one Of Our Specialties
through one recognized channel, which
can easily be covered by the search-
hts. The wall will consist o great Quotations for large or small orders will
blocks of concrete, each weighing sixty
tons, which are being placed at inter- be given personal attention. Mail Orders
vals of a few yards along the shallows solicited and promptly filled
to the fort.
,., .ITZTTltS;VTIL. E
Through the Azure Deeps of Air. T
Oh, bumblebae. careening swiftt
To gather honey sweet.
ou needn't wear such sassy airs
We. to can do the feat. Capital, Surplus, $25M,W
Oh. lark. uprising In the morn
At heaven's gate uto sin. The First National Bank
You needn't be stuck up. We, thoo.T
can warble on the wing.
h. hawk. descendingn your eight ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
To pounc, upon your prey,
You needn't think yourself great shake.
We. too. have found the way. Established 1886. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
Oh. eagle. gazing on the sun Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
With proud, unblinking eye, OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
You won't be monarch very long.
We. too know how to fly. Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida
-)CcLandburgh Wilson In New York Sun
an rhe and 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
ZDea e. asu*at Be Cured STATES
By loal applications. a they cannot reach the Country Accounts a Specialty
diused portion of the ear. here is only one
way to cure dfnf. and dth i by contito Write US, Call Osn Or We Will Call on you
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- The Capital of this Bank, $1S , combined with Surplus,
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. When thistubegtsinfl $250 000 and stockholder's liability of $1 means a fund of
you have a ramblingeound or imperfect hear-
ing, and when it is entirely closed deafne is $450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
the rsult,and unless the inflammation can he
taken out and this tube restored to its normal this careful consideration
condition, hearing il be destroyed orever, T Dimukes, Presidnt
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. en
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of Q. B. T.ratnr, Vice President and Cashier
the mucous surfaces.
We will ive One Hundred Dollars for any Reginald White, Assistant Cashier
cose of defness (caused by catarrh) that can-
not be curted by all's Catarrh Cure. send for rd M odel S R oaer
circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY&co.,ToledoO.Ford Model "S Roadster
gt. Sold by druggists <5c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Wee ly Weather report.
JUPITER, FLiA., Sept. 22. 19W.
Comparative statement of temperatures
and rainfall for the week euding Tuesday. 7
190 11 7
DATE MAX. MI. l i X. IiN N.
17t t.. Ast 4 .0 1
l A. 3s 73 77


Total raintall for the week 4.5 iIIc4l]i.
Departure rainfall for the week pIlus .31

1.1t u inh rl. ava cf n .t. inu o
Il.c i.ches II 'llti. N lthL r tcar d. t\wid t Ith l pr i ll rel's greater value to the 1 nuyer than
articeiad in lharye. is feun' in t hei latest crieatien 4f the Ford fact'ery.h. 1-cylinrder
car of rakish ci -jitn. capable of any speed from :: to 15 miles an hour in
Hoppity Hop. any kind of re 'ad abo itheut a chiange in the gear.
\re( ou jiut barely zettieey :ireeeauni l' A car that i' *rloratet> many 4f the featu lres ')f a StIAtH car. in-
aid of crutlches or a r;ene' I tile'. yoiu ll:a\.- clouding rumbl'e t'at. 5sP1mi-cfl'l' 'sec I I u '. loyhng sweeping fenders, ; re-
Iost a linde or lHave a defernmitit-i f .vesor t reeu ttectel runnin'zh bardc all at a price 4f .7.5' IF. (). P.. 1)etroit, Michigan
.eint.. or anything of like nature elil-: IND1AN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITUSYILLE, Handles the FORD CARS
ltrdl's Snow Iee inieenee t anid in eno time \i' .*1 *r
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Im ll l iventor of the miz-
wdlor.- high explo.
mpil si e wb h are the most
f L M i--kln~Imagents In the
e610 wo l d has suddenly
' his Ieo st effort from.the field
death sad working assiduously
; U. edr IMo ely opposite. Bot pres-
: eer wts ant belag devoted to the
S cdMot a device that will cure all
W;: with a solutlon of chlorine
; through the bhman body by the

,''- drawlagat of the cabinet in
to teatmen is to tbe admirns-
'. htm b ms iad nl the patent of-
Sat WMlU gton, and the great In-
* e ltspeb mooa to be granted his
Y~A/ t L that he is now looking for
S' i prIope electric current-one that
b her potential than any to-
a mi tly em the human body.
t gre at investor was men at his
situated pitu amquoely on the
Se Lake gopatcong New Jersey.
.'1 ca hardly explain," he said to a
-urisr of the New York American.
S.ib'w I tared foem the manufacture
"* tremeatb St death to the inven:
th of snmathing that wil prolong hu-
a W. ~ 've asa the success of one.
ian perhaps I am tired of that and de
something new. I have great faith
t my iewbst Idea sad hope that It
wB become a practical part of life.*
and before ong too I wish to ay
Lrankly, however, that at the present
the It Is n embryo. but It is none the
n to mya ind.perfectly practical.
S god deal of experimenting has
already been done by different medical
men with high potential electric cur,
mrat, both for the direct germlcdal tIn
*leae of the electricity Itself and also
r the purpose of passing, remdial
ageStam nto the tisses, but no great
success has yet been attained.
My Idea s to me electric currents
St very much higher potential than
heretore. Of coarse the amperage
S t the current need not be great
"A well known process of making
hlorate of modlum and chlorate of pot-
ash is by passing chlorine out of solu-
ton through a partition impervious to
the tew of a liquid, but previous to
the passage of the molecules of chlo-
rine under the Influence of the electric
orrent. so that the potash solution on
receiving the chlorine through the Im-
pervious partition Is converted into
chlorate of potash.
"My Ida is to interpose the human
body as a portion of such partition and
to pas chlorine, or an equivalent rem-
edial agent through the human body
by means of a very high potential
electric current of low amperage."
"Then do you claim prolonged life
for mankind?"' was asked.
"By killing the disease germs in a
man's body you naturally lengthen his
life." responded the inventor.
"But do you claim or expect that you
can prolong life Indefinitely?" persist-
ed the Interviewer.
"No," quickly answered Mr. Maxim..
"because death Is as much a part of
life as la birth. Life can only be pro-
longed in the human body to a certain
point. I my device proves successfully
we shall he able to do what Rob In-
gersoll said he would do if he was (;od
Almighty-'make good health catch-
ing' "
At the request of the reporter Mr.
Maxim made a diagram of his new
device. It will be a cabinet of con-
siderable size and will Ie divided into
three parts. On either side will lbe
tanks One will hold an alkaline so-
luition, while the other will contain a
solution of chlorine. In the compart-


meut between these two. wherein will
sit the patient under treatment. wi!l
be another solution. which is the we
cret of the who!e ihing Its mature
the inventor refusll to make known
In the two outer iomnlpartit'ients ar
powerful electrodes. anil I,. the elet'
triclty as the agent the clheticeals from
the various solutions will Ie passed
through the body
The main Idea is to luterlpose the
human body as a part of tlhe dla-
phragm. In electro osmotls, or catapho-
relss, and In this way force the germ
killing chemicals Into and through the,
human tissues, lymph and blood.


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ArtmG ent win a ooe e Orfeeted
f r the propi protect o f ri rme rcan
patents l Japen. At prei nt tih Japs
appropriate anything that sits them.

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patents Ja d pan. if it th I Japt
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The only ar that never fiAls and ha no
pad oeets. Sold by Titusville PharmacyUad
Bauner Drau Store.
Sir Galahad.
The most conspicuous of the Knights
of the Bound Table was Sir Galahad,
the son of Launcelot and Elaine. The
fauliar words. "There Galahad sat.
with manly face. yet maiden meekness
in his fae," sufciently Indicate the
qualities for which the knight was fa-
moos-to wit. lion hearted courage
combined with humility and meekness
of spirit, the strength of the oak with
the soft beauty of the lily.
Dignified
Certainly the coachman to her late
majesty, Queen Victoria, had a be-
Attlg sense of the dignity and re-
sponsibility of his position. On the
occasion of the Jubilee of 1887 he was
asked If be was driving any of the
royal and Imperial guests at that time
quartered In Buckingham palace.
"No. sir," was his reply. "I am the
queen's coachman. I don't drive the
riffraff."
irish Forestry.
We know this Is a utilitarian world,
or It Imagines it s. and beauty in of
no account to the spirit of the new
generations, to whom a bank account
is of more importance than a soul. But
even in this it is not wise. Even In its
own base utilitarian heart it has com-
mitted an Inexcusable folly in the de-
struction of the forests in Ireland.&-
Irish Homestead.
A Sweet's Criticism.
The late Sir Henry Campbell-Ban-
nerman, who was noted for his genial
humor, was once severely criticized by
a fellow countryman for his un-Scot-
tish habit of Joke making.
He had Just been elected M. P. for
the 8tirling barghs, and a disappointed
Scot remarked, with a sigh:
"He'll nae do for us. mon. Why. he
ran Joke wl'out aeeflculty."-London
Bellman.
Gastronomic.
"If you could take your choice, what
would you have t, eat every day'?"
"Well, sub, I aspectss I'd have chick-
en foh breakfus an' watermelon fob
dinner."
"And what would you have for sup-
per?"


"Laway, boss, I' didn't know
winter stint me. I 'spected
termelon to be 'uuff to las'
time!"--Wasbington Star.


you was
diat wa-
till bed-


A Ready Answer.
Margaret was noted among the mem-
bers of her Sunday school class for her
ready answers to all questions. On be-
ing asked which king was most dls-
tinguished for husbandry she answer-
ed. "Solomon: he had the most wives."
Then, seeing site had made a mistake,
the little one 4 o!:e promptly. "*I guess
I'm wrong. teacher. ,but I thought you
sail wifery."- I.lppinvott's.
Aftermath.
"Aftermath" is a persistently Ill used
word. Eariy July is the time of the
mathth" that is. tihe ti'rst IoIwi!:d of
the meadow. l:e short grass swith a
sutllhiency of "::MiLn will grow again.
and later will co ,'ne thlt "'se',ild mow."
or *"aftermath." h''le phrase "thle storm
and its af;t:r:'ia:!'" se iiins :a fa; ,,rite
with some s".ry i writers. but it is dif-
ficult to lundl rsltandl how a str. i can
have a s ecoid mowing.
His Record.
"'Th1e late Aumiral lalch." saitl a
ull 'le' n1:1N!. "Ul: d ,fltell lo cl( li | :;'::
4If thei ilncr;arit.: c o.'st ,of national ar-
':imln ii ts'. The ; :;:Itiii ts. be, would
sa, contitnul',l ; cyeietl out for Imtoney.
mone'v.y nothing but tmoiey. T'ihey were
li:,-, tie shopkee ,'# son.
"' "WV n did Ja.::e.s last write to tus?'
the shopkeeper asLked his \ ife one day.
',ook in the cash book.' the wife
reolledl "
No Hazfway Measures.
"I tried 1 t o ,mplZiin'lt tc oip *ra
sii:-''-r. ltut 'e ,ebte:!is offended."


An Interesting Railway. "W'hat d1:l Vu sa::"'
An interesting railway w-ill be open "'I sail I co'j'cd.ered him tI: greatest
ed in Moscow, Russia. In the near fu- living tenor."
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Ateo blm In yew boy pm re

Skidioys mre ye
blod pw s Peto hey fI

Sthe rotaick or out
l of order they fa to do
their wrerl
Pains, n I c andr c a
matm come O from ex-
Sss of uric acid in the
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they bhad earth trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It md to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys.
but now modernscience proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have* their begin-
i lan kidneybh trouble.
Fyou are sick you canmake no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the atraordinry effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Rot, the great kidney remedy is
on realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderfulcures of themost ditressingcases
and assoldon Its merits
by all druggists In fifty-e
cent and one-dollar sis-
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mall s.-.ee -a a
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
Don't make any mistake. but remember
the name. Swamp-root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, and the address, Bingbampton, N. Y.
on every bottle.





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about as checkered as that of his life.
His remains after burial at Valladolid.
Spain, were removed to Seville. In
13C6 they were taken with great pomp
to Santo Domingo and interred in the
cathedral. In 179G what were sup-
posed to be his ashes were again re-
moved to the 'ntheldr:il of Havana and
buried there v ,%-'' '-sing ceremonies.
-New York :
HorseL '. Mustaohes.
"I'vre got a ra..-iity a horse with a
mustache." said a cabby.
The horse doctor looked the ungain-
ly animal over.
"I lai a rarity," he said, "a mustache
so highly developed. Lots of horses
have incipient, Chiuese-like mustaches,
but your nag has the mustache of a
grenadier-a regular soup strainer. eh?"
"*Mayhew and the other leading au-
thorities lay It down that a mustache
is the surest sign of a low bred horse.
Certainly no one can dispute your ani-
mal's claim to low breeding."-Phila-
delphia Pnulletio.
He Who Laughs Last.
A very fat lady got on the train and
as she was taking the seat in front of
two young men the would be funny
man said: "Look at that fat woman in
front of us. She's been eating yeast."
And this joke they In th! enjoyed hugely
At the next station the joker got off.
but as he was passing the fat lady
she stopped him ard said. "Youuni
man. if you had eaten more yeast you
would have had better raising and
been better bred." and this joke the
other passengers are still repeating.--
Cleveland Plain I eal,'r

Here is an11 ex::;:ple; <'f the quaint
misuse of word. the confusion of pro-
inouns leing niot ni:iiy y,i.rs :1o. what
ever may be the (:a'e Uow,\. qllite comn-
monll ioii thle c 'Intr"y people of
lanpishire. Eniglanli: "If tier wo,'t
go along o' we, ius won't go along o"
she."


In Ilussia when colltins arte o,'vered
with cloth the color of th, c.o, evrinj! is
to a '-ertain extent .li't.ini tive. pink e -
InIg usei.l when ihe de- .c'-edi i i..:! I
or a young person, crmn'soii etri usd,
for married womn i A:m I lbron\\ ftir
widows. lut blLack is in i, :i.. eni
played
'The i el icnk is not l:inul4l m in u,.
self adl:iiration. I'iZo'iis :i'o' -. u -
toritou for the s.amiie, ice t lhit iL is. I
w il told. lllke' :il tl, put a l I'> :,i" ,;: i-.'
IL a dove c4ot. as it 'o l altr;i t .11ai
retain the birds frol i thI, uei- h!>.r;i
pigeon houses. h oc or-I J Murray inl
Londonm Spectator
(':lPer W hat's t!, t .- .r. ti ii :t i'.'
las :ianythilng hlai e.:i.,' l; 11,: .;,e
ing; (Oh. nthiill:; nll w li I \\;is
called ul,,i: at their t ti 1,.:" y i!;..i'l :i
speec.. .h li ist n lil 1 I ,.; ".I I wv s
sitting on myi thoughtt a. seat struck
mile." andl spilled eve.i thii'. Ex-
change.
(;lau~ekeeper ito kney slilrt.sl:l:l l*
-If pyoI ,l i't hit a hare the Iirst shot.
fire thle o'l .r b'urrci at thin'
SpI,>r:.iii.in Anld if 1 tii-.s hi:ri. t-iI
wh.at sha.! I d.o?


4 ;it .ckhener T"lin then v% I ::lIht
throw your gun it him Londonwl Tt.e-
graph.
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An70e se ding a skewb and decriptio mwa
qulto-ky asertaun our paamUua ree wbeth an
A FROHMAN JOKE. tknstrtly onctli y alap"Onga
Wt 11`04L Oldest algenc for~~L00PLU
P" [Its t~k*Q tbft YYI Cl~c-b~
Brother Daniel Springs It on the The- inthUe wtthO u 0. reby
atrical Managers Meeting. SciO uUf k lIIfll .

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The ebow mirrtk 4C a
arwry at i'ert uyw arig o
eat aerplae SighN t St ( &WW r F
the faro serfa, w the R do
a dcyast of ame of the amt trM
taut fetores of the goTvern set b1
terest a srial craft for prpeas at fvmlk
war. The discsion took paen at a U lvte
dinner tendered to Mr. Wright by w- s
ral officer. Said the sergeant. "AIr t a gle** Jie Mrt
ships aren't any good to launch a abell by Tkuvlmn l Phwnl
frqm because you can't get the 'cen
trifugal force' that Is necessary to hit Tfle sa M 6 *
I am stroobfy at ---- "l-aw L--
an object." next great mogm1y t M I ti wtW al
The Idea which the noncommimsfon aspirlt andt m .orl d aN, i wUl tI 1
.d officer Intended to convey was tha" gospel of the simple lUf. We "Ne e
the whirling motion given a shell by some respects to have reached tW
the modern steel bore guns could not stage in our habits and morals whIe
be accomplished in dropping an explo was repach.l by Rome before tohe ta
sire shell from an airship. decadence that led to the deatructie
The main facts brought out in the of the mighty empire which abe he
discussion of the aeroplane as an In- heated over the then known wor
strument of war were that a machine -T. P. Oonnor
such as that of the Wright brothers
would be practically invulnerable as a U T
target for the enemy's guns, that with
a little target practice an explosive WN E
could be dropped on a war vesel with W ORD tat worIs
damaging results and that the aerial
war craft could be launcl'wd from th-
deck of a battleship. t referto Dr. Tatt's UverP ha d
Mr. Wright said that be bad made i T
experiments with a swinging weight to M EANS E
see how closely be could hit objects Are y contip ted?
Trouble with i)|lM,M>uU?
over which he was flying. Sicl h Ueadahe?
"I found that after a little prnctio Virtlgv?
it became comparatively y easy to put Bilious?
the weight just whern I wanted to." AN useomIy?
ANof these ymptoms aid may ethers
said Mr. Wright "One allowance lndi:te isaction of the LIVEn .
which must he made Is the effect of a IO lton oL I R.S
wind striking the course of the airship
at right angles."
"On your present machine how much
weight could be added in the shape of
a gun?" Mr. Wright was asked by
Lieutenant Sweet, the naval officer de- T* s P i ls
taUed to observe the Fort Myer aero- Tark No SbstMtute,
nautical tests.
"One hundred and fifty pounds." Mr.
Wright replied.
The merits of launching an explosive
from a gun were then discussed. Mr
Wright said there would not be su-ff
clent "kick" to cause the aeroplane to @ee se Samme tha
diverge from Its course. A shell could
be dropped into the funnel of a war-
ship, causing terrible damage to the
machinery and completing its work of
destruction by bursting the boilers. evel a sry1
*- I luiS=S rWlws iSe S
JUDGES OFFER TO A BOY. tasn"&whs

To Get $100 if He Gives Up Revolvers
and Yellow Backs Until Twenty-one.
"Stop carrying a revolver anti quit
reading yellow hacks until you are
twenty-one. Then come around to my
office and I will give you a check for
$100 to help you a!oug."
Judge .lohn T. Sims of Kansas City.
Kan.. was moved to generosity the D IA R
other nornin-i when Jaimes HIiggins of
2S() North T'remnotit street. Kansas There is no need of anyone fefr-
i rtting long with this di.sa.e, fot to
('ity. : youth of sixteen. entered the effect a quick cure it is only necs-
poli' c.our;room in that city and. step- uary to take a few doses of
ping ''p to the d'lsk. laid down a 32
calil.wr r,,volvter n.in a pih' of paper Cha bmlD ai '
back nv.t.s gBeBi--BiHi i
Th I,, ur ud, ,all of thooli Coli, Cholera and
he s8il. ih startedtl to run away. but Gk M
a .'w thou!t struck him. "I like Diarrhoea Comedy
to, read stories of hunltintlg and of ad-
reiirure. ;land. as for the revolver, I In fact, in most cases one doe is
oiilv ustcl it to practice shooting when suaflcient. It never fails and can be
1 went down to) the river iank. relied upon in the rast severe and
w,. 1e r ." dangerous cases. It is equally val-
SJu.. sIt s looked at the paper able for chi dren and is the means
sackss Two of them were of thit Tip of saving the lives of many children
To1p We,'kly .s.ri's and were exntit!'.d '-* h' y.-ar.
"Ii,'ck M.'i~ .ll In t 'he Wills" anld In the world's history no medicine
"I>i,.k Ml.rrii\\cl!'s li.'d I'utmradlc." Iotli has ever met with greater suescs.
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The Canle Wikk.
Wte the ld fasboned dips were o
emaI-e es great annoyaace was
raued by e burnt wick staadng up-
t ais nt fat disappeared. makiNg a
Ga r f u ht Itaw a C an

a Mt oM of the sapfters Tbh trouble
iavlroed in th modem cadle b the
iaple expedient of plaiting one side
fe the wick a little sttar tma the
Soe. Whea It is left free owing to
the wax havig burnt away. It nats-
rally bends over tooe sde. Now at the
estrem edge of the flame th gaseous
products of the eandl are mixed with
ean o at oxygen frm the air, whidc
attacks te sold substances teo
wik and speedily change thm a to
e-s. This always beeps thi wim e
o right length.
NHw Suprb Dida.el.
Sut ther was me yesOg woma Is
the box party at te theater who took
en part a toe ny clatter ad ggle.
Wtth pr gam fixed Mpon the stage
de watbAd the preop of the play.
idlenmt to the gayety around er
aseapt that her delicate, aristocratic.
tly chiseled features bore a look of
wearieas sad a scornful smile curled

At last. however. she turned tr bead
lewly ad looked at the other mem-
ber of tha party.
Then are poke to the elderly matron
itnag by hor ske*
"Tbat gi In the blue kimono" she
sai, thinkss she's the whole custard!"
-acago Tribune.
The Way They Do In Holland.
Holland is not a poor country. As a
matter of fact, It Is the third richest pro-
portionately of all Europe. Its wealth is
forcibly spread over ts tiny surface.
for lawmaking has prevented undue
accumulation and quashed the small
capitalist. When the father or mother
die, the farm, business, whatever the
ttl property may happen to be, is at
*oe cut up. smashed to pieces, flung
on the market at any price. The pro-
ceeds are compulsorily divided among
the children. Therefore the country
contains many an Idle household with
just enough to live upon. unwill-
lig to earn more. It contains, howev-
er, a far greater number with a little,
Insuicient capital of their own.-Ar-
gonaut.
The Character He Selected.
The great novelist CharleD Dickens
once received an Invitation to a Wal-
ter Scott party, each guest being ex-
pected to attend In the character of
one or other of Scott's heroes. On the
eventful night when the Rib Roys
and the Quentin Iurwards were all
assembled DIclkns. quite unconcerned.
walked In dressed In his ordinary even-
tng clothes. At length the host, who
was feeling uneasy, came to him and
said, "Mr. Dickens, what character of
Scott's are you supposed to repre-
sent?"
"Character." said Dickens. "Why.
sir, a character you will find in ever..
one of Scott's novels. I." he went on.
smillng-"I am the 'gentle reader.' "-
London Standard.
Marital Slaek Eyee.
Many Americans of a certain class
would Indore te view of an applicant
who appeared in a London court re
eatly, according to the Pall Mall Ga-
iette, and complained that a man had
given her a black eye. In middle class


A LUvi lm a Ss.
SmM w"r e a livng spto be
S o h- at s Grmtla-e-
aie. ar Part Tlh landlord was
s adept pImpaltg tlets and Al-
eae1 DWme wv was evi o tlyt
iF bfel ot thm, rau p a bHI to the
mine at U L 0 Whmn a oWttlm
was s eted the author wrote bak
a* eopIemn m mlaty tIo pay, but
ie a It eagle aI propoea that the
ins Iewr aos d rWmep hselft by
rtmNha It. Making the bet of It.
ait bht id s, and for maya years
his lving g dirp mue attentom to
hi es


oosa we originally esteemed les
tr beauty of bloom than for value a
a meda. Il recogltoe of Its cura-
tive virtue the peoo was named aft-
r Pawae tLh paysldan of th gods.
An old writer sayr: "About an Infants
nak hang pears. It cres Alcydes
eml maladia" Nor did the se of
the plant top there, for peony water
was esteemed and drunk In bygone
times, though whether as medicine or
merely as a refreshing temperance
beverage is more than modern wrriters
an say.
Hertulture Versus Theology.
Small Johnny had on his best clothes,
and hi mamma told him not to play
In the dirt with them on.
"Doe't they have any dirt In heaven
to play In" he asked.
"No of course not." replied his
eotber.
"Then what do little boys do up
there" queried Johnny.
"Oh, they play harps and sing and
t mder beautiful trees." was the re-
ply.
"Well" sald the little fellow. "I don't
nse ow they an have trees f there
ain't so dirt."-Hoston Post.
Washald Wall aper.
To reader wall paper adaptable for
wasl g with sap and water without
destrying the colors make a solution
of two parts of borax and two parts
of stick la., shellac or other lae In
twenty-four parts of hot water. Strain
the solution through a fne cloth filter
and coat the paper with It several
times, rubbing the latter with a soft
brush after every application till a bril-
liant polish is obtained. It is immate-
rial whether the paper is already past-
ed oh the walls or still In rolls.-Scen-
tife American.
Siberia's Clergy.
Siberia's beet paid clergy gt about
$(00 a year. while the poorer clergy
have often to beg for their bread.
They have a great deal to do. There
is always a service between 4 and 5
in the morning, and there are two oth-
er services in the day. There must be
a service on the birth of a chl!d and
at the death of any one in the par-
ish. All new buildings, scoohohouses.
bridges and boats must be blessed,
children beginning at a school term
are blessed, and In time of pestilence
or peril there must be continuous
prayer.
Cheerful Ignorance.
"You'd be surprised." said the wo-
man who is supposed to be wise. "how
many people are perfectly ignorant of
the correct way to write acceptan..es
and regrets when they are asked to en-
tertainments. It would pay some en-
terprising woman to go around writing
them for those who don't know how.
You'd be amazed to see the people
who come to me to ask how it is done
or to get me to write them. And,"
she admitted, "if the truth must be
to!d. I don't know so awfully much
about It myself!"-Excbange.
Break In Monotony.
"The monotony of our calling.'" says
the principal reader of a metropolitan
magazine, "is sometimes broken a bit
by the naivete shown by some of our
friends who favor us with mant.uLcripts.
"Not long ago I picked up a story
sent by a novice in Indiana, In the en-
tire length of which, numbering some
ten thousand words, there was not a
single mark of punctuation except an
occasional period. The author was.
however, thoughtful enough to append
this note to his effort:
"'Mr. Editor: Please insert decimal
points to suit.' "-Philadelphia Ledg.er.


A Poor Witness.
A n iArrr Lwho -aua sat I ,a IM laa.


F ap" asa rt 4c
qlHmbt v690064
"Oo d bbk a atba;


"Waiter, get me a newspaper so 1I
can hide my yawns. "iils concert is
so stupid." "Yes, miss; I'll bring the
largest I can find."-Berlin Journal.
"I)octor. if this operations is s ucess*
ful I'll pay you double."
"I shall Ibe entirely satistled with
my regular fee."- Smart Set.
Sister Ann Iid er get any marks
at school terda. 11111
Iill-Yus. but they're where thv.'
don't show.- London Sketch.
"Madeline Is a tdeidled ,ind. i.u'I
Ishe '"
"Yes. but she only decided la:-.
week." Town Toplics.
'Wife Wi;l I aluwa3s ibe the deare-t
thing ili the woi.d to '
Ilulli.lnd I a llu .- \ ull %% ill. uilte'-
the landiiidrd r:ii-e tfie rent.
Japan was originally civilized ly. w a
of hlla. 'oT.!a Japan sendis sch' O'ir-.
and it'ie of science to instruct hlie (hi
nese.
Wife -What would you like for your
birthiniy, dvar"."
ltuslba.tinl Nothiiii at all. i have t
:iany lnit.' Mt. etnorftr lilatter.

Best Treatment for a Burn.
If for tit other rea.tatn. Chamberlain's Sa'.v,


maA. Lhat he tM m tht et
"1* tt -d t ta"t = *
had lU is the bat. wa ys be-
MeW himI
"I ptth'ly wld nmatr-" ie reiua.
mual her teet.
The 2Mry eovilete th emes.--Nr
.Xt Sun.
rutallet at ea.
Naval pwuobment were aly
In the reventeenth etury. Tey
marw d-that Is, thy set a MB
asor alone on a desolate east or
island and left him to trve, to be d-
troyed by savages or wild b-sL
They keetlauled-that It, they dit
god a man naked by yardarm whip
under the bottom of the ship ad drew
him up raw and bloody wit the harsh
wounding of barnacle and apiheea
adMherens only to be submerged
afmaeh w the unhappy micreant could
fetch a fll breath. They naled a man
to the sepih-a*t by driving a knife
throw b his hand. For murder (that
was often manslaughter) they tied the
tvtng to the dead, back to back, and
threw them overboard.

A Prefeasioal Opinion.
tthat yoong Pellet has altogether
too exalted an opinion of his profee-
iat. When old Borax was out of town
the Gridleys called Pellet. Jane Grid-
lay asked im if be thought be could
pull her father through. 'I trust
madam' be severely replied. 'to be able
to parry the shafts of death.' "
"Parry the shafts of death! fay.
that's ood. Why. Pellet couldn't par
gorier-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Mysteries of Civilization.
"You have persuaded the Indian to
give up his pkituresque headdress and
blankets and wear hats and trousers,"
said the sardonic person.
"Yee; In the Interests of civilization."
"And I suppose It is also In the in-
terest of civilization that we pay high
prices for these castoff garments of
the Indian and use them for wall dec-
orations."-Washington Star.
Kept It to Die In.
"In every big city." said a PhUadiel-
phit real estate man. "there are men
who rent lodgings by the mouth and
pay for them with the utmost regulari-
ty and yet who scarcely ever occupy
their rooms. I know of a man who
kept his room In the same bouse for
seventeen years and yet who probably
never slept In It as much as a week
all told in all that time The reason
was that be was a single man of a
good Income and with profligate hab-
its. To tell the truth. I doubt If be
ever went to bed sober during the last
twenty years of his life.
"He frequented a certain rather
doubtful hotel, where, after be bad
consumed nightly enough wine to in-
capacitate him from standing erect a
waiter would take him upstairs to bed.
Why did he keep his apartment at the
lodging house? simply that he might
have a decent place to die In. He told
me so himself. And so when his last
attack of dellrlum tremens did come
on before he got too low to be moved
he was taken to the seldom occupied
chamber, and there he breathed his
last, thus carrying out his desire for
a respectable environment at the fall
of the curtaln."-Baltimore American.

The Heiress-Oh, papa! The earl
has proposed!
Papa Bigwadd H'm! What's .:.
proposition ?-Puck.
"So your yacht was wrecked? Strike
a bar?" "No. The skipper had struck
a bar before we started."-Phlladel-
phl;i lAedger.


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40WHGBBBBLbJam ewoteBIy applied and
S a~Y lo nicely.
la 'annu. emmurd fr his
"oob1ay might that he would
. vIval.u-oon. Sie then one
S 1 rp-w shas arrived--lven-
gft W.Wsebbi MCord, Jr. Dr.
H"Pepot rltmoter rsd or do-
bl e asry. Our pastor carries a
bred mile.
Cd. Demlas, of Atlanta, received
a vry painful wound while fishing
oeam ot the Come docks lat week.
S l oked a large eatsh, and as he
stamped It am f went through his
hae and up through the foot to near
the top. Dr. Hughlett made an
Sopeng through the foot and sue-
erdly treated the wound. The
wcoonel left for his home Monday.
Bt% be Sa fe wtogive f',-ber-lon's Cough
oy tdo yuar ildre m It ontaiso no
se tmor harmful dral. It always
m Per ae by Titusville Pharmacy.
GOORGIANA
Mr. C. D. Provost wan sick last
Monday, but is out again.
We understand Georgians is to
have two new families soon, and
there is a prospect of another cot-
tage going up in the near future.
The river is very high now and
quite a strip of the beach path is un-
der water, but the river road is in
good order, and a very pretty road

Brother Hawk was shaking hands
with his left hand, Sunday, having
tcaughtehis right hand in the ma-
chinery of his boat and seriously
hurt three of his Afingers.
Fritz Hawk came up with his
father in the Falcon. early Saturday
morning, and spent the day with
Guy Munson, returning on the after-
noon boat to Eau Gallie, where he in,


attending school this year.
Capt. Cone spent Sunday with F.
W. Munson and family and attended
services. Mr. Paul Cone and Mr
Carpenter came up in the launch al
night and attended evening service
Capt. Cone owns the south part of
the H. Williams' place at Lotus anc
expects to make his home here later
BAU QATTTR
Mias Celia Mathers returned Sun
day from a trip to Orlando.
Mrs. G. C. Beck and son spenl
Thursday afternoon in Cocoa.
Prof. Macey spent Saturday at
home, returning to his school at Co
os 8Sunday.
Dr. Hawk will fill the pulpit at St
Paul's M church next Sunday
evening at 7:30.


jplsnt vWit with her a t with






r. moul advd u to


Six ow pupils were enrolled at
Seool this week. There arernow



enrolled. The outlook for this year
isbright.
rayr meeting was held at Mar .
SMr. Stanford larivd Saturday evening.to







The major hasbeen confed to his
bed for the pae t few weeks. His
Six new pupils were enrolled at



any friends hope for a speedy re-
enroed. T otloo this
b*bright.
Prayer meeting was held at MajT
Jordan's home last Friday evening.
The major has been confined to his
bedfor the past few weeks. His
mny friends hope for a speedy re-

J. W. Law and family left Satur-
day for a visit to Mr. Law's parents
at Japer, Mr. Law willalsogoto
Hot Springs to recuperate his health,
which has been bad for the past few
months.

Mrs. H. C. Smith has been quite ill
this week.
Miss Rebecca Mims made a busi-
ness trip to town Wednesday.
Mewr. L E. Wilson and H. C.
Smith spent Sunday evening in town.
Born to Capt. and Mrs. L E. Wil-
son on Tuesday, the 15th, a son. Both
mother and babe are doing well.
Recent rains have caused the wat-
er to rise in the hammocks and veg-
etables will be scarce this winter.
Mr. P. W. Roberts' new packing
house is nearing completion. A num-
ber of packers will soon be employed
therein.
Mr. W. A. Green has returned
from his vacation at Fruitland and
reports spending a quiet time. Is
that so, Mr. Green?
To the Public
The wholesome respect paid to the
law forbidding the sale of intoxicants
has not saved the taxpayers from the
danger of another expensive wet and
dry campaign, unless we can defeat
the petition now being circulated for
this purpose. The people have so
recently given their mandate at the
polls ip favor of a dry county it does
seem a shame that we have to try it
over again so soon. All the large
employers of labor in the county re-
gard the open saloon near them as a
menace to their business, if not an
actual calamity, as labor is so diffi-
cult to direct when whisky is conve-
nient.
If the law fails of its purpose, and
our sheriff and his deputies, or our
marshals in our towns, cannot or will
not do their utmost to enforce the
law, then in that event such a peti-
tion is the logical outcome, other-
wise the Anti-Saloon league calls


upon all friends of temperance to
decline to sign the petition. Re-
spectfully, GEo. W. HOLMES,
Pres. Brevard Co. A. S. L.

SEED%
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?edigreed Seeds have a reputation of i 4 years ol
successful seed growing behind them. It p.ys to
Slant the best.
S Seasonable Specialties:-
BIEANS
Earliest Rd V'alentine .. .;o Bushel
Refugee-Extra Early 3.-s Bushel
New Stringlc!.s Green Pod 3 "o Bushel
Wardwell's Imp. Kidney \\ax 4 ~so Bushel
D,;ais New white e Wax . M.-4* Bushel
Currie's Rust Prtof Wa\x $ so Bushel
PEAS
t Extra Early Alaska . $.so Bushel
New E.tl\ r.itdus . .. $.s o Bushel
tlHrsiord's M.rket Garden $3 s Bushel
f BuckiLh's Lightning Express $5.oo Bushel
Lettuce, Re" Tomao and a full line ol
w-Ads. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing Irices
Sendt for compete catalogue or submit a list ot
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Write today. Mention this paper.
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Not adrp

of Alcohol

r precrb very little, if
my, tae ol these days. They
prefer iusm tonics and altera-
rves. This is all in keeping
with modem medical science.
I explains why Ayer's Sar-
uparilla is now made entirely
fre from alcohoL Ask your
doctor. Follow his advice.
__ w_ Ib mod-- tm-


Uam te er is daily actio of the bow
ls poisonous products are absorbed,
esusM a headacbe, biliouness.nausea,
dyspepsas. Ve wish you woldask your
doctor about correcting your constipation
by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills.
am--as S eJ tO J. O. A r o.. eell r m

wor a Sprained Anklo.
A rsminA ankle may be cured in about
one-third of the time usually required. by ap-
plying Chamberlain's Liniment freely, and
giving it absolute ret. For male by Tituaville
P nrmacey. V
The great showman, P. T. Barnum,
advocated advertising because, as he
said, "a newspaper can talk to a
thousand people while I am talking
to one." But all show people are
not Barnums. Some prefer to waste
lung power making gutteral sounds
through a fog-horn.
The moedy that Dos.
"Dr. King's New Dicovery is the remedy
that does the healing others promise but fail
to perform," y Mrs. E. R. Pierson, of Au-
burn Center, Pa. "It is curing me of threat
and lung trouble of long standing that other
treatments relieved only temporarily. New
Diseovery is doing me so much good that I
feel confident its continued use for a reasona-
ble length of time will restore me to perfect
health." This renowned cough sad cold
remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at
the Banner Drug Store, 50 cents and $1.00 per
bottle. Trial bottle free.
Notee of AppUietlmo for Tax Deed Under
Seetle a of Chapter 4888. Laws of Pl.
Notice is hereby given that E. B. Arnold.
purchaser of tax certificate No. 114, dated the
Ist dayof July, A. D., 1901, has filed sid
certificate in my ocee, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to imne in accordance with
Slaw. aid certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard sou uty.
Florida. towit: Part of lots 1, 2and 4 of sw
I, described in Deed Book H, page 232, sec-
tion 80, tp. 28 south, range 38 eat. The said
land being meased at the date of the isnance
of such certificate in the name of W. O. Mount.
Unless aid certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will ir-ue thereon on
the 28th day of October, A. D.. 1908.
SWitness my official signature
ISAL. and health t he 25t day of
( --- September, A. D.. 1908.
A. A. STEWART.
Clerk Circuit Court
Brevard County. Florida.


East Coast Meat Market


G. F. DUREN, AGENT


Florida and


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LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK Ol TIf
Fxch-nge bought and sold oa all foreign- ._-O-
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. _


E. L. BRADY & BRO.,


Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertiliss. We deal ea idel
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Delrs n STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
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GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP oGRaA8, ETO.
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POSTOFFICE ADDRESS-TITUSVILLE
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BANNER DRUG STORE

Titusville, Florida
FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
PERFUMERY, STATIONERY,Etc.
Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock
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Lumber


TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.
Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
Rough Framing $ 115
Framing, dressed four sides I15
A. Flooring, Ceilin_ and Siding, 2250
B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 20
No. 1 Cor. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 15.W
No. 2 Cor. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding l.M
Door and Window Casing and Finish'g Material, dressed 4 sides 20.0
Sheathing, dressed one side It.
The above prices are for carload lots f. o. b. mill, Titusville, Fla.
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Fire


Insurance


TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

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business entrusted to me will re-
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energy than any ordinary bicycle. TLe dcme
Racycle.
1908 Models are built with drop forged steel
and frames made of the highest grade seamle
making Racycles as neoly nori-breakable is m
permit. Racycles are shipped all over the w
durab;:ity and easy running.
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Biscayne bay


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