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: 01 29, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00686
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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a delphi
M I" oaMr. NewtoJ P6rter
dofNew tk ord atl s Hotl Dixie

tOgwtgmuftgad linfour
toi a bhn k dmuk, beade a lot of
broad bills eandneay. He is en-
Sjoyleag his stayb eren to the fulleat ex-
Dth ofd Mra J.L a orrither
A rm was rive heebn MT e
dF tom Sanford a Ong the

urruthers family reenstly moved to
from this place after ving
bF amnumber ofyea Shortly af-
t* ire.whTitasvellNewMrs. Carrther,
was takes Ill and never recovered.
MSe leaves a bmand and large fam-
ily of sgns and daughters to whom
the deepest mpathy of their many
Titusville friends is extended .
For SaOle
Thirty full-lood Berkshire vign
Sa 20 half Jersey and Berkshire
at from $6.00 to $10.00 per pair.
a corna-fed pork dreamed, f.o.b.
Malabar, at 10 cents per pound,
weight from 75 to 1d0auges to h
Malaear, a

Orage sad Grapefruit Trees
row, n at lh, Fla., on high.
e haok. Freed front wtb
ly. e year to two year old buds.
PrioM from 5to acets. Careful-
Sadl delv-ed at Oak Hin
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$1.5 per box (6 pair).
Special prices in Men's Stetson
Titusville, Florida.
The Novelty Store
Stationery Books
Pictures Candy
Post Cards Toys
Local Agent Wanted
A northern commission house
wants a reliable and hustlinff aent

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pleased with the exposition and the
opportunity afforded to advertise his
county that he at once sent to his
home county for additional exhibits.
For Sale

Building lots and the best of pine-
apple land, at Horti, Banana river.
Address J. B. JONES,
Country Produce Wanted

ClemnceSdle'KiDie's LOCAL GOSSIP

4Idh~wbtb~Veryos buVdur

As near theCosett In qualityas
It bi airie. The Abbot will suit
=en for Many occasions. Very

The AbboAtt Shoe-
A wonderful value for such are-
tMonab price. Sta-uch andr ,
mad ro M good leather with ,o
ak mole stish and comfortable.

Headquarters for Style and Value

Ukelyd to Tae up aheoanyt the

sta Ttto nest re er, prident

and manager of the Tampa Foundry
and Ma one Work that he has un-
der -oean a r tion to
Drama large portionof the Ever-
gad, abytheeon the ract. Heaked
Mr. tatede for anestimather, on a sue-

tion dredge for use in' this work.
Captain Broward is confident that he
can save the state money by taking
personal charge of the work, and at
the same time make money for him-
self. It is understood that ex-Gov-
ernor Jennings will be maoelated with
Captain Broward in the enterprise, if
the contract is made.
While dipper dredges have been
neeamary to break through the rock,
_n'ymntbred in the first dredging op-
erations, it is aid that the future
work will be soft material, in which
auction dredges can make much
greater progress.
Mr. Kreher, who has given much
thought to the drainage of the work
so far done, is enthusiastic on the
subject. He believes that it is thor-
oughly practicable, and that it will
result in great benefit to the state.
For Sale
One pair of medium sized mules in
good order. Will sell cheap if sold
soon. Apply to F, care of S AR.
Notice is herewith given to the
members of the Indian River Yacht
held Friday, Feb. 12th, at 7 p. m., in
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins' law office.
Each member is urgently requested
to be present and to hand to the sec-
retary in the meantime any dues
either for 1907 or 1908 that may be
yet unpaid.
By order of the president..
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
We will put on sale about 500pairs
of men's trousers, new and up-to-date
designs, pricesrahging from $l50 to
Men's hole-proof half hose, guar-
antee goes with every pair for six
months, colors brown and black.



nmt hPinmh AMt hp that
Tnl N irM Th
Dr. Miler, Demtist, TitosvilDe.
Mr. H. E. Day, of Jacksonville,
was in Titusville Wednesday.
Mrs. J. L. Van De Veer and Mrs.
W. H. Ford paid TaHEs AR office a
smort but pleasant call last Friday.
Mrs. F. S. Battle returned Satur-
day from Atlanta where she visited
her daughter, Mrs. Walker, for sev-
eral weeks.
Dr. J. Edward Urich and mother
and Minss G. Hanson, of RoPkledre,
came up on launch Sunday and spent
pazt of the day in town.
A very enjoyable dance was given
at the Hotel Dixie Wednesday night
which was well attended. Music was
furnished by the Titusville orchesti a.
After having the exterior of his
cottage nicely painted, Mr. R. W.
Halle is having further improve-
ments made to the interior of his
house this week.
Mr. W. T. Zorn was summoned to
Macon the first of the week by an
urgent telegram. Mr. Zorn spent
about five or six weeks in Titusville
and made a large number of friends
while here who hope he will visit Ti-
tusville again.
Mr. E. Ben Carter, of St. Augu-
stine, has been appointed to" the po-
sition of superintendent of mainte-
nance of way of the F. E. C. railway.
The appointment was made by Fourth
Vice President J. P. Beckwith, ap-
proved by Vice President J. R. Par-
Mr. John Lang, a prominent jew-
eler of Atlantic City, N. J., is stop-
ping at Hotel Dixie for some time on
his return from a prospecting tour
to Cuba, where he made some invest-
ments. We hope he may do the same
here. Florida has even brighter
prospects than Cuba.
Brevard Exhibit
Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 25, 1909.
To Editor of Taz FLORIDA STAR.
Our space in the exposition is the
very best, three fronts adjoining the
auditorium, three large signs, Bre-
vard County Indian River, Fla., one
over each front. Our display stand
is 15x18 feet, pyramid form.
We need, and can have, by an ef-
fort on the part of our people, sam-
ples of soil, photos of farms, groves,
catches of fish, cattle, horses, etc.
Yours truly,
The Jacksonville Metropolis has
the following to say of the Brevard
The Brevard county exhibit booth
is all in readiness, and the exhibit
will be installed as soon as the cars
can be unloaded at the railroad sta-
tion in South Jacksonville. Mr. P. A.
McMillan, the special commissioner
representing Brevard county, arrived
Sunday morning and was so well

tusville Opera House the most at the fair. It is very probable that
laughable of all farce comedies, Peck the F. E. C. R'y will grant excursion
and His Mother-in-law Abroad. A rI t f ..
laugh every minute, not a dull mo- rates for that date from this county,
ment. which will be announced in due time.
Seats now on sale at Branning's. -
Reserved seats 75 cents, general ad- Rock Island Batteries
mission 50 cents, children 25 cents. If you want the best dry cells
Don't miss it. write us for Rock Island bats, three
sizes, Nos. 6, 7, and 8, at 30c., 50e.,
Fine box stationary, pads, pencils, and 75c.
pens and ink. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
Stove Wood
D ENTOS DENTOS We have it now. Get in your win-
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MONDAY, FB. 1, 1900.
Yard wide taffeta, colors navy blue
bad golden brown, worth $1.50, Mon-
ard wiepe ,with or with-
out borders, very handsome designs,
special 12% cents per yard.
Voile, 42 inches widtse, made ofrnavy
blue and black, worth $1.750, special $1
$lo per yard.
Mohair 50 inches wide, colors navy
blue blac and brown, worth 75 cents
special 9 cents per yard.
Also another lottwaists made of fine
quality of lingerie cloth, elaborately
trimmed worth $2.50, special $1.5
long or sort sleeves.
Ladies' night gowns, made of a
good quality of bleached domestic,
trimmed with embroidery insertion
and edge to match, worth 96 cents,
special 59 cents.
Also another lot made of the best
quality of nainsook, worth $1.50,
special 99 cents.
Flannelette in neat nobby designs,
suitable for kimonas, with fancy bor-
der, special 1N cents per yard.
Special prices in laces and embroi-
deres, actually l than the manu-
facturer's cost of same.
Checked nainsooks, suitable for
shirtwaists, worth 36 cents, Monday
only, 19 cents per yard.
JuLIus KUNE, 4
Titusville, Florida.
Church Notes
Rev. J. W. McNary, of Milwaukee,
Wis., a former pastor, will occupy
the Presbyterian pulpit in Titusville
next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock.
Rev. Dr. Badger will preach in
Rockledge next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, and in the M. E. church
of Eau Gallie in the evening.
Dr. J. B. Hawk will hold fifth Sun-
day services at Georgiana Sunday,
Jan. 31st, at 11 a. m. and at Mel-
bourne at 7:30 p. m. All welcome at
the services.
Dean Robottom will hold divine
service on Sunday next as follows:
At St. Johns church, Courtenay, at
10:30 a. m. and at St. Gabriels church,
Titusville, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 10:00 a. m.

Family Reunion
We received a pleasant call last
Friday from Mr. Henry M. Singleton,
of New York, and his sister, Mrs.
C. C. Curtiss, of LaGrange. Mr. Sin-
gleton left Titusville 13 years ago and
is now chief engineer on the Mallory
steamship American, running be-
tween New York and Mexico. He
came here specially to attend the
family reunion Thusday of last week
at the Curtiss home in LaGrange, at
which all the sons were present ex-
cept William Singleton, who is in the
employ of the Ocean Steamship Co.,
and could not get a leave of absence.
Messrs. Charles, Sherman and Lyman
Singleton, of West Palm Beach, and
Robert Singleton, of LaGrange, were
all present at this family reunion,
which proved to be a most pleasant
family affair in honor of their aged
mother, Mrs. S. A. Singleton.
Monday night, Feb. 1st, at the Ti-

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I0Mthill Aet the of ip *of Tto.
Offli u TU CmE adt f
Mr. John Booth, of Eau Gda, was
in town Monday.
Mr. G. J. Hardee, of Roseland, w
in town Wednewday.
Mr. Frank Deppe arrived from
Jacksonville a few days ago and is at
present with the Alpine hotel.
Mr. Edward R. Joyce, of St. Au-
gustine, deputy collector of customs,
was among the arrivals yesterdo on
official business.
Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay, re-
turned home Wednesday after a few
days' visit here with her brother,
Sheriff Brown, and family.
Mr. W. H. C. Jaques, a prominent
lawyer of Ottumwa, Iowa, aceompa-
nied by his wife, are recent arrivals
at Hotel Dixie and will probably
spend several weeks here.
Mr. R. B. Burphfiel, of Anthony.
SKansas, former county surveyor of
Brevard, is expected to arrive at
Georgiana today for a visit with rel- .
atives. His family is already there. .
The comedy, Peck and His Mother-
in-law Abroad, at Titusville Opera
House Monday night, Feb. 1st. The
plot of this comedy is a barrel of ap-
pies with the head busted out. Re-
served seats 75 cents, now on sale at
Branning's. General admission 50,
cents, children 25 cents.
Our old time friend and former In-
dian river resident, Mr. W. R. San-
ders, now of Miami, spent a part of
Wednesday and yesterday in town.
We understand Mr. Sanders is in
search of some nice paying orange
grove as an investment. THE STAR
received a pleasant call from him yes-
Miss Margaret Klebs, of Rock-
ledge, spent Tuesday in Titusville and
while here organized a vocal class,
which she will give instruction two
lessons weekly. Miss Klebs comes
highly recommended as a cultivated
and refined vocalist, being endorsed
by Madame L. Cappiana to teach
her excellent system of voice placing.
Art squares, tapestry and iran
Bleached sheets, full size, cents
Sheeting for single beds
Talking machines, needles, records
Leather belting, 5x16 for dynamo
Sectional book-cases and books
CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
The Taylor Studio, Titusville, Fla
Under new management and open
for business Feb. 1st. Prices reason-
able on all size photographs. Post
card photos, 6 for 75 cents. Devel-
oping and finishing for amateurs a
specialty. I solicit your patronage.
W. V. B. MULLIKIN, Photographer.
Brevard Day at the Fr .
The Florida Exposition-Fair associ-
ation, of Jacksonville, has designated *
SThursday, Feb. llth, as Brevard day

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4;. po t a"Mey ak wo. But -am. be le by m e at qinm
S:" m bat 4has ha*ete. Ai s b e hes hme ln
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ame -i eer amou_ ses -pthat & Ce. h, eagho a tm N.eY.. Th
M W" aat a, *OM..0 e foof ratiu.d Nor
S te Au.rmatusie, eatt- as t vesti o bei.
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el" I Me siI Is sheet fthe week old.
iher ula m ymeo w. Both are Amutwe m e Hwd Wok bf the b
hs. sIIaembab as a iaMt be lmem Sain t audits.
S s. te oor e e B Immediately on being appren
.a ga the b t e, their IeO ticed to Avet I applied for admis-
sion to the drawing school of the
o M tt baby a d Cooper institute, and every even-
-."'. aater. ing after my return from work at
-** mi, ea s thae the hybrid chl 6 o'clock and a hasty tea I went
of "ams awM burme AL this is I down there, where my artistic edu-
Sft t aes-t ef the at- v-=acAm t e- cation began.
S. l can recall there the kindly im-
aIt. ft p bte t at ep arts that pr n produced on me by Abram
.' (a t *t te vlve d a beat mOea l Hewittr as he glanced at me dur-
do bms nd t me aM wi be bb iMng some function. Father at that
ws *-N 49e o t hdilsa t at-e h time was making shoes for the
S eboth f these ials. |a Cooper family, and I suppose that
.W tie exports wat slee sm a bhy that is why he looked at me. The
Satha s be half hours, bait sbra.. feeling of profound gratitude for
So that ea dwibe besun. the help which I have had from
that was set over by Mm- that institution abides with me to
b I evis toIsbe Vi to Cbe this day.
S" s th perp.ou Blet it i It was during the next two or
S" e teOrt three years that my first aspirations
ttaa, da th is. stl and ambitions made themselves
,e as Sr* th(e ehybrlds.' g oa felt. I became a terrific worker,
Oe a the asbra. or tb toiling every night until 11 o'clock
'I t It 6B c taw h ee bfter the Cooper institute was over,
ey a anmal nt merely Iuseal in the conviction that in me anoth-
.p.urpe, but an nasml that or heaven born genius had been
wVSI MLbe U"tol tor cavfry given to the world.
M. *was wh tebmetsover I *can recall thinking in public
t waa a onably kn conveyances that if the men stand-
ee aMt easioMerate beast. He was ing on the platform around me
.eat seat to the president, but there could realize how great a genius
was a room for him In the White was rubbing elbows with them ip
,umed, so the president sent him to the quiet looking boy by their side
the Seoogisafnl ans they would be profoundly impress-
S, e was em his good behavior at the 0 As a result, I was so exhausted
e% but sbae he has gone over to by the confining work of cameo
vise s tbhas extreme. H le kicks, cutting by day and by drawing at
ye paws and stirs up trouble en-. night that in the morning I was
lS. No eme ventures to go near literally dragged out of bed by
SMm without the most extreme precau- mother, pushed over to the wash-
i & for tear et beag killed stand, where I gave myself a cat's&
"This At o Menerk's welihs about lick somehow or other, driven to

IIs shorter oand s ore am my breakfast, which consisted of
spact thap a hore. He known tea and lag quantities of the long
Stbey whe shte wa joe bey French loaves of bread with butter,
., am at after a former president of and tumbled downstairs, out into
huase. This species Is found in Abys- the street, where I awoke.-"Rem-
shla ar other parts of northeast Afrl- iniscences of Augustus Saint Gau-
Ca. It may be President Roosevelt dens" in Century.
the dark continent. Blood dAuer w dthe hatiusal cure fur it. It
grUthenh stlmaach wqnebdranesi. pruwoots
An Imtroductiln. I w of lignwtive juices, punties the blood,
b ^ Harry was walking with another buiid you uji.
1 boy when he was joined by a friend Buttermilk a Life Saver.
Sa year or so older and inclined to A French medical man advises
% ., people to drink buttermilk for long

n rt uroduce me, larry. the new- .--. -
S e, -, h-fe. Hlie says that the lactic acid
comer whispered pompo-.sly.
.orer twhispered r poo, ". dissolves every sort of earthy depos-
Harry tw iste. reddere it in the blood vessels, keeping the
last turned to his companion with, I veins and arteries so supple and free
SJim, hae you ever seen Gilbert running that there can be no clog-
Spencer ?"
S"N." the other bo .answered. going up, and hence there is no de-
,el," harr blurted out, red- osit of chalky matter around the
"Well," o"blredo """ ne Joints or of poisonous waste in the
denying still more and jerking one muscles. It is the stiffening and
thumb over his shoulder toward the gardening of the blood vessel
Newcomer, "that's him !"-Lippin- which bring on old age. Butter-
- which brnug on old age. Butter-
",, | milk is likely to postpone it ten or
ever seors twenty years if freely drunk. A
P, l rm.sadomdch aicmsonr*ehouldnot quart a day should be the mini-
SMWt e8tt butalb dote by I"Iin mum, the maximum according to
esur A thiwls-aI.m. It iesi a st ..

odmb sm b. tthree tiumpe.
Asve -them- a9 ou t oo e

f mt is i ad take f.tAm tine
aro tm'M oa the bapal out- I
whisker, got the et) in the

When a Wild cow is bought- or ob-

a place where he desires it to sleep.
He must then take from thW ani-
mal's nose the loop by which it was
led and bury it in some spot where
I the cow has circled. This must be
done in the twilight. In the future
the animal, without any guidance,
will every evening promptly lie
down in this very place w en re-
turning from the fields
When the cornfields are visited
by the small worms which greatly
damage the crops the farmers have
a peculiar way of destroying them
without trouble. Without letting
any one know, the farmer goes to
the field, takes seven worms, strings
them on a broken eyed needle and
then buries them in the seventh hill
of the seventh row of corn. The
worms will die out in numbers, and
in a couple of days the field will be
free from them. This must he done
secretly in the twilight or the
charm will be broken.
Once I heard a mother say that
none of her children ever fell down-
stairs in spite of the feet that their
steps were badly constructed and
dangerous. She accounted for this
very easily. She said that when-
ever a child became a year old she
cut a loci -of his hair, wrapped it in
a piece of paper and put it m one
of the cracks of the stairs. The
children might come near falling,
but never actually did so, for they
would always find something to
aesteh hold of.
It ise almost a general custom in
the Philippinte that after a wed-
ding the newly married couple re-
main at home. It is believed that
should they goon a trip by sea a
storm would arise or by land-some
Mishap would overtake them.
When the mountain people lose
their way in the woods tey have a
simple and sure way of finding the
right path. They take off their
coat, .turn it inside out, and when
they put it on again in this manner
they have no difficulty in reaching
the place they desire to go to.
Even today these superstitions
are generally believed by the moun-
tain people, and they consider as
foolish the person who ridicules
them, for they say they have been
proved true by experience.
Sp No Wonder.
"You love l ong rambles in the
country?" ae ked the girl in the
white sweater.
"Yes, indeed," responded the
young man in the green hat with
the purple bend and buckled mhou.
"When I go out ian the country all
nature seems to smile."
"Gracious! I don't blame her.

It is a wonder she doesn't laugh out-
right."-Kansas City Independent.

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Oasis oe i overcomng
habitual constipation
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SIm .wil. recommend
Every cough weakens the lungs, lower the
/I \ I v t vlty, breaks down tho t ulspf and l'av-.'-
Sthe system in a weakened condition, enuim.g
SIt to be more uept leto the unhu t Uv
alrl grs. a s rehiimd Sprup wil .1 i.::
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The Children It.
Mrs. C. H. Runyon, Stan!wrry, ."h.. wr:e,,.: "T hav
used our Ballard's IIorehound ~yvrup a:1 hzd it r. --t
useful medicine for coughs and cl .a, itii n.fct:.! l:...
troubles. It is very pleasant to take. ak:i wvu 1t. a
trouble in Inducing tho children to tak. iL. I ,h -
mend it highly."
Don't wait until that cou-h develops into i' -
gerous malady. Sive yourself and 0:!r:i :... :. ,
spells and insure a, loug and healthy life. /


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*bo b Ar each qt the 400 members to
debate eaeb of 9 MSO bills that
-AWOMw Ar deatd aloom 12,00W-
Il o0m 0M hours, equal to
M st P heSV asm emh. Allow
gla* pB4ye htothe year, and we
sMitk e Stan two-thirds year as
dlUe te for debate ea peod-
lag bim. ThMe radblg of the bills.
ailt et, would carry us beyond
tm sand tN, the allotted life of
SRut the IWfe of a coagree s is

A Vesaies em ae.
Metasn has often been made in this
-a-r-_oe en et otf th number of times
almeseMtatlve John Wesley OGanes of
mnes figures In the house diasus
aium. Decently he declared that he
hd been a kIcker (or twelve years
against the rules a he would con-
thmue to kick if he stayed In congress
until hbe was 144 years of age against
riles that suppress free speech. Mr.
SOamsted created much merriment In
showing how much talking the Ten-
aemsean really has done as follows:
"This is 'the most unkinde-t cut of
all,' coming as it does from a gentle-
man who in the first session of the
present congress delivered no less
than 200 speeebes, covering the widest
possible range 'of subjects, from the
Kongo Free State to the postal service
on Mount Eagle. Tenn.; from clean
money to campaign contributions, from
fish culture to ship subsidy, from wood
pulp to the IAdles' Hermitage associa-
tion. from tariff revision to the pre-
vention of tuberculosis, from fierce and
warlike denunciation of the tobacco
trust to the tender memories which
cluster about the mistletoe bough, in
whose defense against the onslaughts
of the gentleman from Texas (Mr.
Burleson) he even quoted poetry. My
distinguished and handsome friend not
only made 200 speeches himself, but
he assisted nearly every other mem-
ber In making bhis."
Ne Hope PerS hip ubheidy.
Ship subsidy is considered about as
dead for this session as a salt mack-
eQL Hardly any talk of the matter Is
ard In co mgresaonal circles, even
tough those who from the outside
%9e bees behind the movement have
Utld to p alive the interest. Sea-
tmst a the west and south differs
*m that *zpremod by members from
A&am. m mt esand that is wlere the


Edwards of the Carnegie Institute,
Washington. who Is to carry it through,
is at present in Shanghai preparing
for the work.

New Coral Island.
Japan's newly discovered Islana. NI-
shiva. Is reported to have an inex-
haustible supply of marketable coral.
A great many people have kidney and blad-
der trouble mainly due to neglect of the oc-
esional ais in the Lack, alight rheumatic
pal aunary disorders, etc. Delay in such
mess is dangerous. Take DeWitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills. They are for weak back
ackache. rheumatic painsand all kidney and
bladder trouble. Soothing and antiseptic, and
set promptly. Don't fail to get DeWitt's Kid-
may ad Bladder Pills. Acoeptno substitute.
Reularaas e S. Sold by BannerDrug Stor

Iheaed of PgeI% philedelphis MessB te
Pme red Abeove Dow.
A sm will Mso perch above the
W of te chamber in which Edgar
Am= POe, the famous poet, penned
b Ijmortal poem. The chamber is In
the tem at M North Seventh target.
ee ar of Brandywin Phladelpia,
BOw .cculped by Stepben Hibbs, an
aged widower. Poe lived there two
ly th W and nothing more," de-
ares the venerable admirer of theta-
itumate young geniu, "shoud mark
the small apartment -in which te poet
erted the mumes to aid him ton his
struggle for the exsteace of. himself,
his deliate girl wife and her mother
during the reUlaglous rot of 1843 and

"M' stuff a bird of the raven speces
aI put It above that chamber door,"
asserts Mr. Hibbs, who celebrated his
seventy-bfoth birthday anniversary a
ew days ago. "And the lamplight
oer hm streaming* will throw 'hib
asadow the Goor.' 'Twill be my tab-
let to the memory of Poe."

Ifyes haveamy trouble with y= =a &b
ea teake %ro s Oa
Lvr Tabeta. Mr. J. P. Ksts, at Mina,
Mkq, 'I have osed a pamt smay disr-
lst = f forr stomach trouble, bt Sad
mbseia's StomaMch and Liver Tabl
*d." er sale by TitasvillePharmacy.


Designed by Expert Surgeon to Held
Up Great Weight.
When President Elect Taft is inau-
gurated he will wear a pair of special-
ly constructed shoes, the. gift of the
American Orthopedle society and pat-
terned by the society's president, Dr.
Ansel G. Cooke. the noted surgeon of
Hartford. Conn. Dr. Cooke recently
made plaster casts of Judge Taft's
feet. which the doctor says are quite
normal considering the great weight
to which they are subjected.
The new shoes will have a broad
daank and a heel extended forward.
whlelr will give a much firmer support
and will prevent any flat footedness,
even should Judge Taft Increase to
The Purae Food Lbw
Secret ryWilson may: "One of the obects
of the law is to Inform the consumer of the
premence of certain harmful drugs in medi-
aines." The law requires that the amount of
ehloroform, opiam, morphine, sad other habit
forming digsbe stated on t label of each
bottle. The man ctaurers of Chamberlain's
uhB Reomody haveoalwaysclaimed that their
rendydid lo at m -in any of these drugs,
sad the truth of this claim is now fully proven
as no mention of them is made on the label.
This remedy is not only one of the sfeet, but
one of the best in use for coughs and colds.
lt vale has been proven beyond question
during the many years it has been in general
mse. Formsle by Titusville Pharmacy.

New Way of Smuggling Chinamen.
What is believed to be a scheme for
smuggling Chinamen into the United
States was discovered recently at
Montreal when Grand Trunk detec-
tives found ten Chinamen in a car in-
voiced as containing theatrical scenery
for Albany, N. Y. The Chinamen were
placed under arrest, and an effort is
being made to ascertain who are be-
'lnd the scheme.

Magnectic Survey of China.
A seleztific labor of the utmost Im-
,ortance and Interest is about to be
commenced from Shanghai. This is a
magneticc survey of China. and Dr.

the emperor of his country Dr. Wu
Ting Fang. the Chinese minister. Is
compelled to observe a three months'
period of mourning. He has declined
this season all social Invitations. Dr.
Wu uses In the stationery line our
style of mourning lpaplr. Hle adopts
more of our customs than any Chinese
who ever belonged to the dil>ountm;Ic
circle here. Former ('hinese niiilters
used mourning pap;ier and .enrds that
had unusually heavy l,,rders. But
for the taking off of the Chinese em-
peror Dr. Wu would have lad a gay
time in Washington this year.
Called White House Cuckoos.
The thirty-five n:emnlers of the house
-all Repulilivans-who, voted to sus-
tain President Roosevelt in his posi-
tion with regard to the secret service
question are being referred to as "- uck-
oos." The late Senator Morgan of Ala-
bama originally applh d that word to
congressmen who stood by President
Cleveland through thick and thin and
regardless of, his whacks at the legis-
lative bodies. Nick Longworth. the
president's son-in-law, was paired with

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e Q Preblein
By iAw m W. ART UR.
WsllagM, Ja 23.--[SpeciaL)-
Five maim or more barrels of cement
SWi be reqWhu Ortheia truly n of
the dams tI on Theoa with the Pana-.

been contracted for, and. shipments in
very large quantities arebeing made

the eInt His Cinthecharactes With Ce
sol along the rote otheoal. Con-
trary to tCHARLES W. ARTHUR.e are

er reaching Wasington say tpt chea
ande hang or more bartyrels of gvcement
met obe require down there conmaystart out
In the morain cover the Panama rata-

da cant has often happens supply ha50
beard of the racted-rals, ties and every-
thing-lave positively disappeared in
pito the of t e fast that the lworryine has been

tn operation for years. But the infor-
mationterpri that eventually the diheul-
ties will be over of me,thoughe canal. Conad-
trarytted that the cost will belief, frhthere are
Thirty thousanivelyd laborers are now em-
ployed In the work of excavation, or
about 5ered.000 more than were utilized by
the Frend tell company when operations
wr re commenced yWasrsgto ago under the.
famous De what ss cepall The invention oswags
the steam shovel, the use of steel drnmp
enars and ti powerful mayl reader used
wIhn the morndumping gr tends are resebail-ed

enable tim Americans to do tour times
road, much work the a month trp the same
trench eeom
Udayskilful RIt has often inaugural Pthat rade.
Jyardst now there is mush s and eveurrying
around to engage orositively fordisappeals
from many states to ride lin the inas beenu-
gu operation parade on March 4. Quite a
number of the honest horses which are
ridden are brought here by their own-
ers from their respective homes. Thesk of excavation, or

as a rule, are well trained animals and
are also showy beasts. But more than
half of the nagch compthat will be seen ons
Pennsylvania avenue at Judge Taft's
Inauguwere creation will be secured years ago under this
city andteam sin the neighboring counties
of Maryland and Virginla. s ome ofu
then thcountry animals are not usedto
enablecity sights, and they cut up all sorts
oa much work In a moount ofa the noisy,
rench accomplished.a thesh
UntskIwayllful Ridersaong. And any number ofParade.
Just now there tas much scurrying
around to the saddlehorses for officials

the far wemany state when to ride Grand Dukethe inau-
guration parade on March 4. Qutd this country e says
numbthat one of the nfinest horsguides owt thich are
rihad aden dare broughthat llhere by their own-
ere ofrom royl b l.espective homes. These,an
having been unhorsedll trained animals and
ared loo showy beasts. But mohere ever-than
halbodyf of the nagsof them kings has fellen off."n

Cisof Marylandster vs. American Custom.e of

of capers on account of the rnent death ofisy

On account of the recent death of

Tricks of the English Music Trade.
There is an immense amount of
trickery in the music trade.
Take the case of the "pieces"
which are usually chosen by masters
and mistresses for their pupils. The
latter are charged 18 pence or more
for what the former got for about
sixpence or less.
Then again, conductors of bands
at seaside places, and so on, per-
petually include in their programs
"catchy" piece's, which are after-
ward, in the published version, tak-
en around among the auditors by
boys, who sell vast quantities in this
way, the conductor clearing about
ninepence on every copy sold. -
London Home Chat.
The Keanest Man in Towr.

is the one who always wears a frown, is cross
and disagreeable. and is short and sharp in
his answers. Nine cases out of ten it is not
the poor fellow's fault, it's his liver and di-
gestion that make him feel so miserable, he
can't help being disagreeable. Are you in
danger of getting into that condition? Then
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SM a a ag e tSb The
Gibses a mph beek Is Mi theO

b e place Ia the Ibraryt ofee grgia
t1gsther with a smbe It s ee0a s
sO MeUa In a case speelany S"&m

.etveChrtro f New Yvko
NOw Senator.
Distiactive describes probably as well
as any other word the personality ok
IndIviduality of the Hon. alihu Root.
who has been selected by the New
York legislature to succeed Thomas C.
Platt In the senate of the United
States. It is Mid of him that never In
his long career as lawyer and states-
man has Mr. Root beew compared as
to deeds or mannerisms with another

No one thinks of comparing him to
Webster or Clay as an orator. He iq
not a great orator, but is a direct and
forceful speaker. When he makes a
public or political speech he says
things that his hearers remember, and
there is probably no other public man
In the country today who can compel
closer attention of an audience
Bome of Mr. Root's speech esn re-
cent year have Indeed been beard
around the world, and they have help-
ed to make diplomatic history. His
speeches on his Canedleu. Mexican
and South American trips rank as
masterpieces of wisdom, conservatism
and diplomatic sae gacity.
There are three points in the charac-
ter of Mr. Root that Impress al men
who come Into contact with him, and
the Impresloo is always lasting alert-
ness, directness and thoroughness. He
is a man of splendid physique, and in
every step be takes, every move of his
arms, there is a vague. Indefinable
somethingthat serves notice on the
| visitor that Mr. Root is every moment
on the alert. He is never caught off
guard. His dlreetnesa is indicated in
two ways-by the straightforward
look from his eyes at a visitor and the
fact that his conversation, no matter
I bow trivial the subject, is always
straight to the point-no wasting of
It was as a lawyer, at the very out-
set of his practice. that Mr. Root made
a reputation for .thoroughness. When
lie undertook to serve a client he went
closely Into every detail of the case
and soon attracted the attention of
bench and bar by his thorough pre-
parednes when he went into court to
try It. That same quality of thor-
oughness has been characteristic of
Mr. Root's work as statesman and
The personality of Mr. Root is pleas-
ing to all who know him. yet that. like
the man, is distinctive. He Is thor-
oughly democratic in manner at all
times and under all circumstances. ap-
proachable by the humblest politician
In the land, a good handshaker. a good
miser, in the vernacular of politics.
but no one ever slaps him on the back.
and his best friends do not call him
Elihu In public or private. But the
slight reserve that seems to surround
him, ift it is reserve, is that of Intellec-
Lame Shoulder
This is a common form of muscular rheu-
matism. No internal treatment is needed.
Apply Chamberlain's Liniment feeely twice
a day and a quirk cure is certain. This lini-
ment has proven especially valuable for mus-
cular and chronic rheumatism. and is sure to
give quick relief. ('hlunberlain's Liniment is
alm mot excellent for sprains and bruises.
Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents. For sale
by Titusvillk Pharmacy.

W ThAOC Mams
Anyone mdatm a skeiet aad despt my
quickly enain our piEflot fr w
Itnvetoa probably eommaileo .
t rsons tr"tly :3%4u =Bboolk on Pwus
sent free. Oldest *nr fr .

Skeutick. Jltrfioad
A handsomely Ilatrate weekly. Larget li.
eulation of any selentUlo aurnabL Terms, 3 a
rar: tour months, LI. o&d by alll wAdealolL
MUNN & Co .'wi"-. New TImk
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Refuee-Extra Early 1. Bushel
NewStrialess Green Pod 7 Buse'
Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Bshel
Davis New White Wax . 475 Bushe
Currie's Rust Proof Wax $4.5o Bushela
Extra Early Alaska . $3-So Bushel
New Early Gradus . $ Bushel
Iiorsford's Market Garden 3.5o Bushel
Buckbee's Lightning Express 5.oo Bushel
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The Most Valdhb So ef Yocat and bAe
BuiWdng Bkh e'sr AuA6eAd.
Over boo Weo ts have been bult from she nlas
printed in th, Lo ).-. SuessfAully sailed t
every clime -.;I u-. n every ea- Full dtai
drawInI of .ll pn.,. showing what it Is nd
how to m-.e it--Te : extremely sMaple.
wepj c u' t on ,a.r, t.oraL.-y to Io tobelmth AM .

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wIrn-r iFn Ai, -. t. .'..L &ad AustrlJia, aewqyo | ma
to o intL.
Simpil- '*Il rriti 1, : i..,inir lhow oloetv" bMw
ball r u--m, uiat .., I..-ir. ,.rtloutherllma.
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A i4v,-r lile. d.:, bIatw, ith modeltra ovewbaess
wgal sail pin.
toa7 to tMa. .,', 'hhaing trriigt; jost tOhe erft iw a bq
t hINia wiU. t';aant, t.u.,t l.ry rbhapiy, ritswit e eyr Mi
A osmploe d.-rapt.on nf bow to buldu a aedal; am(t.
S okiwd ai a m u, it.-ls.

Bound in cloth Co'd !e' terint--Size ,f pa
o by sa in.htl L a, ij.l) -d.-.awn plans.
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401 ftbA~l IN,~aah

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agair will be of
dke s *te he coming wa-
S d nd all doubt, make
uiSpemnt Mate
Sd, the lyof which this time
WE be
S L. t eeyaw e th state unable
Sto st its hidetdm e, the majori-
t tqthe counties advanced the mon-
Sneemded to pay the salaries of their
sevew l tahebers, and it is Mr. Hollo-
wa el opni that they will continue
.n to do this until a lneuesity for doing
.s somis oved. Healm thinks that
S th7e uwt"o s will individually make
*d pp no for at let onem central
Snhobl. They alone can make
Iqa" r .-pria-ioes for this purpose
qtOe ie law now stands and as
ar the tain beneficiaries of an
dlheat ed and adequate school sy'
ten, thO double will do their full
duty in this direction.
F iedmd Cort Decision Awards
MM Against Alleged Trust
A federal court verdict of consider-
able local interest was returned Sat-
ady afternoon in the ease of John
.T ammod, oftOrlando, president
-f HM bi aBnk of New Smyrnsa
nHamond charged that certain
pee 'y lrmp were united in re-
ra it of trade, thereby forming a
truth, sad that by such combination
Shad forced him out of the grocery
budins. Hammond fought for
months to get his case before the
federal court, and when it reached
trial hbe had an eighteen days' con-
flet in which every inch of legal
ground was contested. He won out
with damages for $25,000, his suit be-
ing for $200,000.
The case was styled as Hammond
vs. Consolidated Grocery Co. et al.
Damages were assessed against the
following grocers: Consolidated Gro-
cery company, C. W. Bartleson com-
pany, J. H. McLauren company, Ba-
ker & Holmes company, United Gro-
cery company, Miller & Mallard Gro-
cery company, C. H. Hargreaves com-
pany, Jacksonville Grocery company
and the MeNerny Grocery company,
whom Hammond alleged to be mem-
bers of the Southern Wholesale Gro-
cers association, which refused him
membership and forced him to go out
of business because he could not buy
goods from producing firms.
Attorneys for the grocers gave
notice that they would file a motion
for a new trial, and this matter wi 1
come before the court later.

Hard Roads Coming
An election has been called by the
county commissioners of Clay coun-
ty for February 16th, to decide
a $75,000 bond issue for good roads
purposes. Duval county has less than
four miles of road to build to the
Clay county line and the contract has
been let to build it and as Putnam
will no doubt build to the Clay county
line from the south if Clay will meet
them, it looks as though we would
soon have a hard road from Jackson-
ville to Palatka. Putnam will .no

doubt build hard road from the Pa-
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rma ,which was to eontan
but stmAjkk Woe boarL
Wh itAa opened. ve &od that

St shrt p es wbikh sod at
abt s eamh per box below the
at rd lorhda bor causing him

The folowig resolution was unan-
imously adopted and made a part of
the record of th meeting
"B*sd vd,4 That it is the jutment
of the oamvmtia that these e of the
short bo or aay other than the stand-
ard bo for Florida orag and grape-
froit is undeirae and detrima tal to
the ansdal interest of thu grower and
ahpper, cauring an unsettling of values
and a d ran rt a to the trade en-
eraDy. The use of the short box by the
mBll portiea of Florida shippers ope
the way to deception and fraud, there-
by greeting discreditably on the Flori-
da orane and graperit industry, and
that tis move i directly ent..r to
the effort being made by the govern-
memt and by representative memberof
the trade, both shippers and merchants
ia other ines f fortm prodiets through-
out the Uited Statee."
There is nolaw in the state of Flor-
ida which compels a packer to use a
certain sme box and it must be ad-
mitted that there are many good,
honest men in Florida who have ship-
ped oranges to market in the smaller
box, and they had a perfect right to
do it, because they sold the package
for what they were.
That box which has been recognied
a the Florida standard is the larger
one and the small box is identical in
size with that of the package used in
California. Many of the growers of
Florida are of the opinion that they
have as much right to use this small-
er package as the California growers.
which naturally will give them more
money for their oranges.
A great many dishonest growers,
however, have taken advantage of
the difference in the size of the boxes
and have caused a great deal of trou-
ble and heavy loses on the part of
orange buyers in the northern mark-
ets because they have sold this short
box for what it really was not.
It is the opinion of the trade that
this should be treated as was the
short apple barrel evil in New York
state a year or so ago. When this
deceptive package was in use many
packers who were dishonest thought
they could obtain the same price for
them as they could for the standard
size barrel. In some cases they did
-where they got the money first.
But a law was passed that when a
barrel was used other than the stand-
ard size barrel there would have to
be stamped in letters not smaller
than an inch high the words "short
Barrel" on the top of the barrel.
Since this has been done the fruit
has been selling at 50e. less per bar-
rel in the markets than the standard
barrel fruit, which has resulted in an
almost complete elimination of the

Watched Fifteen Years
"Foer fifteen 'ears I leave Watched the work-
leaf .rf!"luk Ifeu1's rad aSalve; sand it has never
failed t t.eure ,y more., beil, ulcer (or burn to
wichu.),it wax tolse1ii-uI It has suavo-d ee walaly
A '64-1111- hill." A F. 11ittlay.of East Wil-
uses. 3laiaaie. at11 '..s ii I t3* I i t o ~ rt-.

can afford to miss the life-story
of Ex-Governor Broward. As
a story of two-fisted pluck and
the fight of one man against
great odds,it's ,ot fiction beaten
to a standstill.
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*tt-Im d a who M w it. Itwe

-d tad i la awe bammsh a
m umid a plm ple. Itg rao s
vim. o the dbli-ng -I a
and the plat is a-tdhe Soath
Amerm. Whi the leavesof the
plant ar eellular and probably st
tiits IdsubLm-e- yet it also inits
growth up a tree throws oat numer-
o- roots. or tendrils which mvelope
the tree and will podibly eauseits
The scientific name of the fruit is
Monteria Delico, s ommoly called
Cermon. The fruit grows from
twelve to fifteen inhebs in length and
is covered with a green rind. The
specimenn on exhibition came from
the place of Mr. Beach, but Mr. Idner
states that he has a plant of this va-
riety growing at his home.
even Tears of Proo
"I have had seven years of proof that Dr.
Klu's New Diovery is the bet medicise s
tske for ansad aodsand for evertdaS-
eamed di of r toat ehosor lumwe,
W. V. Hear, of Paama., Me Theo
has had thi *eiht years of proef that Dr.
Ki New Deovery I the beet r-mdy fehr
M eld, la pe, adma, hay fever,
bIemehtt, hemoaBrhge of the Inaup ad the
early asof otammm Ios. ts timelym
always ot the deve t of me-
maIls. aold *aer aatee at Banmer Dr
toSe. Uo. ad 1.. Trial bottle free.
Weekly We ther Report
TrrusynvA. FLA., Jan. 0. 1Me.
8tae ment of senperare nd rainfall for
the week eadins Wedneday.
Jan. l....... T s
..................... as
----------- 7 s
S 4 ........... 71 M
s--- -.... -7 7 4
"27 79 56
Total rainafll for the week .M ihebm.
MAX L. Vox Korzwow.
Coopeative Oberver.

The Opportunity is er, backed by
Titusie Teat4 ony
Don't take our word for it.
Don't depend on stranger's state-
Read Titusville endorsement.
Read the statements of Tituaville
And decide for yourself.
Here is one ease of it:
Mrs. E. L Price living on Lemon
street, Titusville, Fla., says: "I am
feeling a great deal better since using
Doan's Kidney Pills, and am ple
to have the opportunity of recoinm-
mending them. I had been a great
sufferer from backaches and distress-
ing pains through the region of my
kidneys. I was aiso subject to head-
aches and dizzy spells, and morning
upon arising had but little strength
or, energy. I saw Doan's Kidney
Pills advertised, procured them and
began their use in accordance with
the directions. They banished the
backaches and pains, and I was soon
free from the dizzy spells and head-
aches which had bothered me. I
regained my strength and energy
and feel better in every way. Doan's
Kidney Pills have proven of more
benefit to me than any remedy I had
previously used.
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I will be at the following places for the pur-
pue of amsing the. taxes for lt09. at the
time naied below. I would take it as a great
favor, if all would meet rue at the deisigiated
places at the time named. It will enable me
to complete my work earlier and more cor-
rectly. W. H. HALL,

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Sany one really wanted to nd out whether or not Peruna Is good fo tbae
" tIy ,- who would he naturally ask? some one who never Deed Perna somr
C.he who is prcjudieed apinaxt Peruna? Some one actuated by selfish moulve
who is opposing Peruns for the sake of the otorietly?
Would any sane person who really wanted to know about Peruna ask any
:f these people? Of course not.
Who would they aor? They would ask mothlera. who have ratqcJ babies and
rised Peruna for their babies time without nst?. er. 'T'ney wt'-.:u1i .: li te paren
,'ho love their families, and know more aho-jt runss than r.l the profespiona
writers In the world.
Above we give the portrait and testimonial of one of the mot hers who has u.",d
Peruna, and who has rai.-ed healthy and happy babica. We lave many mure s.:ca
-anthers In every state in the 1Vnion. These mothers giv, U ,ir t ..:t nn:dOl en-
tirely unsolicited, without Iwy .r e-( .t.tatiot or i.;.. )'l .t) desire is tI
point out to other mothers a useful ausrt ibiib :,i ;i) .,,.-...e.

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spring. Help them to throw off the old eggladened
leaves that will soon infest the whole three. Clve
your tree food that it may work for you. Cents
now make dollars later on. Note our three distinct
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ever published on the subjects.
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A Marylad man reenetly mar.-
rie of his fourth daughter, the
em onie touring whose wedding
lwereh much attention by the
ef itore of the country pa.
pm s that regime.
A week or two after the wedding
a Mfead who had been north for
me time met the father, to whom
he made some jocular, reference in
qard to the recent "event." "I
ae by one paper," said he, "that!
Mary's wedding 'well nigh beggared I
descriptionn" '
Well, said the old man, "I don't
know about that, but I do know it;
ill nigh beggared mer-Lippin-
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Re*aersP meNtl Plaae I
For years Rossini's body rested
in Pere Lachaise, and then city
of Florence asked that it might be
transferred to the Church of the
Holy Cross in that city, where the
bodies of Galilei, Michelengelo,
Machiavelli, Alferi and other great
Italians are entombed. Consent
was received from the municipality,
but the master's widow, Dona
Olympia, would consent to the
translation only on condition that
when her time came her body
might be placed next to that of her
husband. This request was bluntly
denied, for the reason that only
Italians "who had achieved great-
ness" could rest there. In 1878 the

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widow died and before her death
cbnsented in writing to the removal
of her husband's body to Florence,
provided her body be placed in the
grave from which his would be tak-
en in Pere Lachaise, and after a
long time for consideration this
was done.
Kind Tour Businese!
If you don't nobody will. It is your busi.
neo to keep out of all the trouble you can and
you can amd will keep out of liver and bowel
trouble if you take Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They keep biliouMne, malaria and jaundice
out of your system. 25c. at Banner Drug
Amy skin itching is a temper tester. The
more you scratch the worn it itches. Doan's
Ointment cures piles, ecsema-any skin itch-
ing. At all drug stores.
The Disturbing Telephone.
"The telephone has destroyed all
the privacy of society," said the so-
ciety gil. "It breaks in on every-
thing. Nothing is sacred to it. You
may be saying your prayers. The
telephone. Or in the midst of your
bath. The telephone. Or doing up
your back hair or, worse of all, a
delightful man may be making love
to you, when k-ling, k-ling, k-ling!
The telephone breaks off the thread
of his theme and he fails to resume
. it."-New York Press.

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Breechloading Cannon. fT
The brevchloading* cannon were
among the earliest used. We find
them on English and other ships as
early as the last quarter of the four-
teenth century, and therefore much -
before the time of the buccaneers. Capital, $10N,@ Surplus, $25,0@
The cannon was a mere tube, bound ,
with heavy iron rings, and was load- The First National Bank
ed by the insertion of the "gonne A
chamber," an iron pan containing!
the charge, which ftted into andi ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
closed the breedh. These guns were
very clumiv affair, in comparison Established 1886. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
with the modern breechloader, lt I Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
the principle was the same. OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
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the senior partner of the Arm of F. J. CHHINKY
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid. and that mid firm
will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for
each and every case of catarrh that cannot be
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;4 i 4t. 2 m mitttion has new
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t e dath. Net abould this
ease be charged to the sanl-
" tt as th patient had practically
S Wam ml k 1te I the grave before
admim en dow ed three days after
bes -ma as mate. No talse impres-
Si sheilM be gailm ftem this most
eadiag record. however. Only the
-t b a aem are accepted, those
* *i the largest chance of eue.
hm a msonmaMe time is gtve, ten
man th beft the i t Is to test wbhet-
ar w e ct. a ewu be efcte&d If
the pOteMat hea ot recovered In ten
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as t sad his monm is gives to
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Putiety us dmng are uaed. That
b en b hap paut of It. "Our
loin" ftoil t"D three divistoMsa,"
NO nKm@WNW Robbs thes ma-
"-se od the o ltmle who ad iong
egplease to a la"eb aetta maul.
ta o 1f-w gaesbg to J ey. "ON*
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and pper, with liberal quantities of
seitMln food and lunches at 10
aa.a. and 8 p. n., consisting of raw
ag and pasteured milk; a prm
srilbed amont of walking each day.
aceerdlie to the strength of the pa-
tiet. This is about all, except rest
both of mind and body. It sounds
good to me, being the medicine of God
and mature. We have become too arti-
fial. We must go back to the nor-
mal, back to the fundamental, back
to the true, back to the simple. This
is not theory; It Is practice. It is not
a fad or fancy, but a demonstrated
fact. The land is flled with healthy.
ablebodled. useful citizens who have
been saved from the great white
plague in Just that way. I had hoped
to write this article without Asing
that hackneyed phrase, "the great
white .plague," but the temptation was
too strong.
This tree has borne good fruit The
open air treatment for consumption
has dome more to arrest the scourge
than all other remedies comblped. I
have a visible evidence before my
eye. As I sit at my desk I can see
Just across the room one of the best
newspaper men I have ever known.
ruddy and In the pink of health, who
but for the open air cure would years
ago have been In a- consumptive's
grave. This is proof that comes home,
and everybody knows of cases In kind.
It is time that every state in the Union
had a tuberculosis sanitarium. Eight-
eea already have taken the step. and
the other twenty-eight should follow.
It was for the purpose of urging this

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btumanitarian and the third mental
Under the humanitarian head we car:
for the patient, make him feel that we
are interested in him. throw around
him a home.atmosphere."
ONe look at Miss Robbins, her own
perfect health, strength, confidence, ra-
diant good' cheer and motherly ways,
revealed to me how much that word
"humanitarian" meant In this particu
lar case. She did not specify what is
included under the head of mental
treatment, but It Is obvious. The pa
tient is made to think he will get well
The suggestion Is health. He is not
allowed to talk to his fellows of dis-
ease or symptoms of disease. He tI
put Into the confident, constructive.
life giving attitude. He is made posi-
tive, not negative. He is filled not
only with red blood, but with virile
thoughts, with faith, will. hope, en-
eru. Say what we will of these
thiUag they do work; they bring re-

that I vi.sied the New .l-r:.y i!lstiu.-
tlIon. merely u.--' *hat as at moode!
yet it i- worthy of description l n and
for itself.
Conmnands ar. Enchanting View.
Sit 1;! l: I1 aI thlious:;'1 t 'tt allIov thli
sea level on one of. the hills of Hluinter-
don county. the sanitarium coumiu:ndl
a view that is umedl'ine in itself. I
know the scene would anr<' a grouw-h.
and I see no ri-it on whr. it sh-uld not
help to cure coinsumpltioni. It is satld
that a commission chose the si-ot after
hunting all over the st-te' of New Jer-
sey, and I not only believe the- report.

but commend the commission's good
taste. And New Jersey is full of beau-
tiful views at that.
1 am not going to attempt a descrip
tion of the view. This is an article
about tuberculosis, not scenery. It is
enough to say that in midwinter it wa-
still enchanting, a broad expanse of

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in which the little patients may be
taught and enjoy treatlin-nt :it tIlie
same time. *
Another feature is a, new "shack."
built because the ly.!iu:i.:i is n. ,
half large enough Ito :. *iiiiint date a
those applying for uadmi.,,jnio. Thi,
shack is little more than a pair of
long covered porches on \ hi'h tih.
patients live and .slie I. It i, lb.lieva.d
that the legislature will lpr,,vide for
one or two more of these during the-
present year.

Whole Institution Is Sanitary.
The sanitarium l proper coni.i.t-Is of ian
administration huiililng. with two
largc wings. one for lmeni. the other
for the women. Thie institution cgPa-
erates its own it ,wer. heat and ligh i
Thie water i l;uimpeld lroi s -\r:il
,l.iar spriis. forced into a l>r:e r<-,er
v,,lr on the hilltop 11d runis it., iit.-
buliding l', gra:vily. Altli u iih it i.
so pure thatI one can Iloohk thrit'ugih ten
feet of it and plainly see -,,l.Jects et11

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joys his favorite sport. He never al-
lows a good strong breeze to blow but
what he dons his oilskins and feels the
thrill of a trip over the whltee'aps,
grasping the tiller with skill equal to
*hat of the best fisherman on the ounth
What Others Say About It
LM:ty of the tI-st people in Tennu~ er-. aidl
:tiljoi, ini;: -tLte-s ritco(u illhii St. J. em-ph'l I. iver
Re.iglator :.s twing a sple'diil laxative andi
liver in dlicine. Its occas.ionial use will keep
the syte u inl gimd cindtit on. thus ashiting
nitutre to establish gRmml health. It ilil re-




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san sSo tou r MW aerthemofee the
bst al sal ti eatp wu rID howo
a pesa oven the paeus IM3
rutty, uaar1e0b Iesgkedherie path
welt med the rat ewe; alot an the
u-mankziamm and mental anmahine
that co l be apd d t sb dection.
MiW bee4d W lint TFear.
But If the trip was marred by one of
those atroclties.committed In the name
of American roadmaking the bad hI-
pression was all obliterated when we
arrived at the sanitartum itslf. Herw
we were taken in charge by Dr. Sam-
uel B. english, the superintendent, and
If he Is as successful In curing tuber-
culoats as he It la ministering to Jolted
spirits that have bumped the bumps
over a raw based trail there is no
wonder that his first year's record
shows 75 per cent to the good.
It was oneof the coldest days of wna-
tar, and yet the frst thing that at-
tracted notice after the scenery and the
Institution Itself was something over a
hundred patients of both sexes and all
ages bundled in blankets and sitting
out on the porches or walking about
the grounds. The second noteworthy
point was that all the windows-and
they are large and numerous-were
wide open. So they remain night and
day, we were told, except for a few
hours morning and evening, when the
patients dress and undress. Under
each window stands a bed, so that the
aleeper's nose is as nearly out of doors
as can be contrived. The body of the
patient is warmly clothed, of course,
not only witb heavy flannel night
robes, but with stockings. sweater and
Ia most Instances a heavy knit shield'
that covers all the head and face ex-
cept the nose and mouth. The daily
life of the patient to something as fol-
lows: He dresses at a prescribed time.
having free access to tubs and shower
bath. Breakfast over, he must be out
of the building before 9 o'clock and
must not return except for lunch, at
10, till noon; then dinner, after which
there is an hour's nap: next out into
the open air again till lunch, at 3, and
out of the~bullding once more till sup-
per. After supper there Is more open
air, varied by social games in the din-
ing room. All patients must be in bed
by 9:30. One of the chief features of
treatment Is the food. Every patient
is encouraged to eat all be can, and
with the open air life little during is1
needed. The menu is varied from day
to day and is always plentiful and sub
stantlal. Here is a sample: Breakfast
-cream of wheat, steak, potatoes. en-
tire wheat muflins: dinner soup.
roast stuffed chicken, parsley, butter-
ed potatoes, onions, celery, apple pie.
cheese: supper-dry cereal, cold corn-
ed beet, baked sweet potatoes, orange
Jelly, cake. In addition, there are two
lunches, as already mentioned, consist-
Iug of from one to three raw eggs
washed down by a full pint cup of pas-
teurised milk.
Mxost Hopeful Sign.
It is the blood that wars with the
disease germs, and in order that it may
fight the battle well it must be made
rich and red with abundant food an,!
osone. Then it should be backed up by
a cheerful, confident, determined mind
and a rested body. How simple and
sensible it all sounds: The open air
treatment for tuberculosis is oart of
the great "back to nature" movement
that constitutes one of the most hope
fnl signs of this hopeful age.
In the woods back of the sanitariumin
we ran into a little open log camp.
where a number of children, swathed
in their blankets, were studying and
reciting. This is the sanitarium school


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There are 500 acres In the place, and
we walked over all of it, except a few
outlying corners not worth mntV"i
The grounds are not farmed yet, but
something In that line is to be attempt-
ed this year, when some of the stronger
patients will be cured not only by faith.
but by work.
Admission to the New Jersey Sani-
tarium For Tuberculous Diseases for
that Is Its official title. immense and
terrifying as It sounds-Is made by
personal examination. Patients are
required to pay $5 a week, and even
this small amount Is remitted if the
county Judge certifies that they are
lpdlgent In the Institution absolutely.
no distinction is made between the
pay patients and the others, nor does
any Inmate know aught of the iden-
tity of those who pay and those who
do not. No one Is allowed to give
more than $5, although this Is but a
fraction of his cost to the state. If
any did so be might demand extra
privileges, and there must be perfect
democracy and equality of treatment
After leaving Glen Gardner I visited
the great tuberculosis exhibit at the
Museum of Natural History in New
York, where more of the agencies for
fighting consumption were gathered
than ever before had been assembled
in one place. After observing and ab-
sorbing it all I left, a thorough con-
vert to the motto of the exhibition,
*Tuberculosls is a curable disease."
Consumption kills many more people
in America during each four year
period than fell In the four years of
the civil war. The stamping out of
the plague would be the greatest boon
that could be bestowed upon human-
ity. It can be done. That Is the simple
and Inspiring truth. To this blessed
end I renew the statement that every
state in the Union should have an In-
stitution like the model one at Glen
Don't Take the Kisk
When you have a bad cough or cold do not
let it drag along until it becomes chronic bron-
chitis, or develops into an attack of pneumo
ais, but give it the attention it deserves and
get rid of it. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and you are sure of prompt relief.
From a small beginning the sale and use of
this preparation has extended to all parts of
the United States and to many foreign coun-
tries. Its many remarkablecures of coughs
and colds have won for it this wide reputation
and extensive use. Sold by Tituaville Phar-

Shakespeare Memorial to Take That
Form Instead of Statue.
London is to have a national theater
as a memorial to Shakespeare, In
which will be enacted the poet's works
as well as plays by other English
dramatists. living and dead. This de-
cision is the outcome of extended de-
liberations of a special committee a|,-
pointed last spring, when it wa;s prac-
tically decided to substitute a theater
for a statue as Shakespeare's Imemilo-
A site will be selected in the heart
of London. and the theater will be
controlled by a board of trustees
chosen from men prominent in the lit-
erature, drama, music and education
of the day.

Harvard Presidents as Yachtsmen.
like j'residtknt Eliot of Iltr tard.
'Professor Aibbolt Lawrence Lowell,
who is to sucked him as Hlarvard's
head. is an enthusiastic yachtsman. At
Cotuit. where he often spends the sum-
mer on the handsome estate of his
wife's mother, Professor Lowell has a
fleet of small boats with which he en-

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Sam. ii-eiiatY itakmw ba onthl o ate
fto EofAPooadjtobe ap poe ahol dy

thi mnbea of a oInmtte or by the
an potail to- pe uacemakerl this
esumt es to consist of one member
m eac mei with a popelatpon

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Tf MIu pmaiwhtoy the Jou brnal ofb
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The Nature of the Beast.
Mrs. Gunson was entertaining a
visitor when Nora appeared at the
door of the drawing room.
"Plaise, mum, will yez tell me
phat yez want done wid th' oyster
shells yez left from lunch ?" she in-
"I want them thrown away, of
course," replied Mrs. Gunson.
t"is, mum. But Oi didn't know
pere to throw thim," replied Nora.
"Do they be ashes or jarbridge ?"-
Turkey's New Stamps.
New Turkish postage stamps are be-
Ing printed, the central design of which
to the Ottoman parliament building
Like the medals which are being
struck In commemoration of the pro-
mulgation of the constitution, they will
carry the date of July 10. 1324. which
is equivalent to July 24. 1908.
Row is Your Digestiont
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. S 8th Ave.,
Srn Pramimo. rccuamaedsn a remedy for
*tauch trouble. She my '"Gratitude for
the womderfal effect of Electric Bitten in a
ase of acute iliemto, prompts this teti-
meal. I am flly onvined that for stom-
ach and liver trou electric Bitters is the
b remedy on the market today." This
m.m*naml*anm alm*iwad v manitnm inviamntata

LNh hb eka mWtha

uumadwiflng to until he
aMd wA e h an th sX gan d
whm It bad gem fremT. TM me
mid be reeem t e a -ft M a wo-
mm, who did Unt ere to hav her
m addad.& The Aams was
Am. If he could not learn the
owner's name he would not buy.
Te tranger said he would see the
woman and talk the matter over
with her.
The next day he came back and
took Mr. Nissen to the woman's
home. She lived in a handsome
apartment in one of the most fash-
ionable quarters of the city. It
turned out that she was a Rnusian
princess who, with her husband
and her deaghter, had been driven
from Russis for having taken part
in a nihilist movement. Of all
their large property they had saved
only their jewels. She opened a
little safe and showed the Ameri-
can one of the finest collections of
dimou he had ever seen. They
were wol 8,00,6 or $300,000.
"We sell them a few at a time,"
she explained, "just enough of
them each year to give us a living.
Perhaps you will wonder why we
don't sell them all and live on the
interest of the money ? But my
husband has the gambler's spirit.
The money would not last a year.
So we part from them piecemeal
I estimate that there are enough of
them to keep us twenty years, and
I don't expect to live longer than
One of those diamonds forms the
centerpiece of one of the most val-
nable necklaces in New York. A
few others at sent to this country
every year. In the "diamond horse-
shoe" at the opera there is never a
night when there are not some of
the jewels of the exiled princess on
view.-New York Tribune.
Time, Net Spasm.

. . 3 .
T.e M egiml
s W AieuhA m
rG; wo w Aim prtiealare
h inthreei s connected
with th Dring the war
with Aer powers in 1803
dwe e Preble's flag-
sip a the Mediterranean and
yed a e fIMge-u. part during
the whole war. ieteat Wads-
worth, who was blown up before
Tripeli in the ill fated Intrepid,
was one of the officers of the Con-
srutimti. In the course of the war
with angland in 1812 the English
erys laughed at the Constitution
of her as "a bundle of
pine ad sailing under a bit of
striped bunting." But when under
aptUai Hull she captured the
nglish frigate OGerrere, a vessel
of nearly equal force, the people
who had before ridiculed her called
her "one of the stanchest vessels
afloat.' A few months after this
victory the Constitution, then corn-
manded by Captain Bainbridge,
mpelled one of the finest frigates
in the British navy, the Java, to
strike its colon.
Sees P*Ishine.
Glass grinding is effected by the
use of emery powder of various de-
rees of faineness. But it has been
shown that this grinding cannot be
carried beyond a certain point,
however fine a powder may be used.
In ftct, a continuation of it undoes
the work and breaks the surface up
ain. The most flny ground
if la ly magnied, is hown
to be covered with tiny bits which
so grinding will remove. The work
is therefore continued with rouge
carried on a pad of rosin, which
gradually smooths down the eleva-
tions between the pits. Hydro-
btoric acid gas corrodes glass very
rapidly, but a weak solution of it
aelts away the roughened surface
and leaves a fine polish underneath.
This method is used where very
fine adjustments of the surface are
requires-as, for instance, in lenses
for telescopes and microscopes.
The Colorf PFlames.
Many people have noticed with
much interest the many tinted bars
and bands that rise in the shape of
"forked tongues of flame" from
wood burning in a fire. These va-
ried hues are the result of combus-
tion from the different elements of
the fuel. The light blue is from
the hydrogen and the white from
the carbon. The violet is from the
mngangaese, the red from the mag-
nesia and the yellow from the soda.
which are constituent parts of the



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Mrs. Frink was a trusting soul
and rarely questioned the opinions
of others about matters concerning
which they were supposed to be in-
formed. One day she came home
with a new pair of shoes under her
arm. "Got them at Bride's," she
explained, "and they're the best I
ever bought you."
"What is so very good about
them?" inquired her son, for whom
the shoes were intended.
"Why, the salesman said that you
could walk farther in them than in
any others without getting tired.
and I said that you couldn't walk
very far just now on account of
your knee, you know, and he said
that he meant farther for the same
distance. So I bought them, and
here they are. Save the string.
She did not notice the smile on
her son's face as he undid the pack-
age, and he was spared the trouble
of explaining. Youth's Compan-
Always have Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup handy, especially for the children. It
cures the cold by gently moving the bowels
through ita laxative principle and at the same
time it is soothing for throat irritation, there-
by stopping the cough. There is nothing as
good Sold by Banner Drug Store.
State of Franklin.
In 1784 North Carolina ceded her
western lands to the United States.
The inhabitants of what is now
east Tennessee, piqued at being
thus disposed of, met in conven-
tion and organized a separate state,
which they called Franklin, or
Frankland. North Carolina repea!-
ed the act of cession, hoping that
that might mend matters. But par-
ty spirit ran high. Armed collision
took place, and the "state of Frank-
land" received its death blow. -
New York American.
Scientific Spanking
consists n punishment only when a child is
actually bad. Some mothers think that all
crying is badnem, it's not. Whtn your baby
cries look for pins or some external cause, if
you can't find them give the baby White's
Cream Vermifuge as the chances are it is auf.
y.;.w tnm imwnnla whi.h ke, it hunirv and


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e k h. divided
t ow he egffee

-. oM ti to outdo the other In
'"e '" e e bmet Knighta Kqe
k w udu www The iBe leaving
at d thh Barael the present ten-
S"W Ie~ igle fading out to the
i A. There the f orme Is b driv-
D. C ia g fior themd olseI tInwbieh
t MheeI fodation Pius
:: tese tee D y the ed othe

Walk do 1011610110Min ar eingad. to
: .s pig aIn the eometn eariy
,- ut w WL Ov* at Pigeon Koy,
-do.- tl- h sMiod ad third asetions
Spinkt Phm I onhbth adesof
S aid as thremulta are Justas
d' g a t te .at sMeti M. There
a semp at the Duk Koys, a both
so Bd f BH"la ondsa and both
so 4 the 6 aish Harbor Keys.
|u dow the ama h a nr d
Pa & edge hawea newly
es msieam toot faUout tothe
,, -mdacim wAMaehatristle will be

Thsre are now four dredges at
ierk between Pine Key and Torch
.. ad thelof gap in there will
am be skud up.
Sh"re e N Mill quite a number of
.-,.n. d la inb gupat B Koot Key Har
Sare being overhauled and
S' at atta te of four or five a
WO wanhe Gimi is now beIn
p etla p and bewil be one of
u to e to be got out.
fme "t thedredges are ready to
bemt ouatnow, bat there are not
Sdient men to man them. It
eIs gives out at Long Key thatar-
r raigeMnts have been made for the
transportation of 2,.500 men by way
of the Mallory line and preparations
to place them in camp are now being
Teporary terminal yards have
been etablshed at Marathon, a new
station just north of the Knights Key
dock and headquarters of the con-
strcting engineer and the operating
department of the extension are be-
ing emtsbHid there. Already there
is quite a large settlement and many
other families are expected to arrive
"Long Key has undergone a com-
plete transformation. It is now
headquarters for the tourists who
come down to see the extension work
Although there arequitea few at the
'hotel boat' at Knights Key.
"There are still quite a number of
men at work at Long Key, but the
improvements there are nearing com-
pletion and the entire force will
; shortly be moved southward."
ThVPeruna Almanac
The druggists have already been
S supplied with the Peruna almanac for

190. In addition to the regular
Sastronomical matter usually furnish-
ed in almanas, the articles on astrol-
ogy ar vry attractive to most peo-
ple. The mental characteristics of
eah sign are given with faithful ac-
euracy. A list of lucky and unlucky
days will be furnished to those who
have our almanacs free of charge.
, ^Addre The Peruna Co., Columbus,

For Sale heap for Cah
Abot Macres of good high land


It j eCo.I:,#r3r it --.Zi oyaI LhUg Powder.
It avft labor, h~i~th ani.! mmiy.
Whwerthe b"atFood is qu sodothw
lalah umb gw a Lmmn a., m15 don itakethe

plow do mik al

Miss Francis Burchfiel visited her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Bruner, in Cocoa last Tuesday.
Mrs. Lou Walker was calling on
friends here last Saturday and at-
tended the dance in the evening.
Prayermeeting was held at Lyman
cottage, Mr. Traford's home, last
Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Peace
are living there at present.
Mr. R. B. Burehfiel, of Kansas, ex-
pects to join his wife'and children at
their home here soon and visit for a
short time with old friends.
The Mimes Katharine and Helen
Wadsworth and Marion Lowe, all of
Duxbury, Mam., are visiting with
their father, Mr. Seaborne Wads-
worth, ad family.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell and three
children, who spent a winter here
two years ago, are visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Handy and family. We
would be very glad to have them for
regular winter residents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter gave a
dance last Saturday night in honor of
the twenty-flrst birthday of their
daughter, Margarett. A number of
people fromArtesia, Lotus and Trop-
ic were present, beside those from
Mr. Martin is building a new porch
on the west of the Bond cottage,
Walter Lindabury is doing some in-
side work at Oak Hammock and Mr.
Chandler is still working at repairs
on the Simmons cottage. Georgiana
is a busy place these days.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Clement ar-
rived last Sunday from Miami and
points further south and are camping
in the Clement house. They are now
awaiting the arrival of the. rest of
their party, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo P.
Clement, Waldo Clement, Jr., and
Mrs. Talbot, who have been delayed
by the illness of Mrs. Clement.

Notice of Fish Law
Notice is hereby given that at the
next session of the legislature of the
state of Florida, the undersigned in-
tend to apply for the passage of a law
to prohibit fishing with haul seines
in the tide waters of the counties of
Brevard, St. Lucie and Dade.
Ricou & O'Brien
East Coast Fish Co.
Indian River& LakeWorth
Fish Co.
R. Whyte
Walter Peterson
Wm. Garrup
C. I. Yarborough
Wm. Sikes
R. W. Godfrey
Chas. Cousan
Carl Anderson
Fred Ivins
E. C. Summerlin, Sr.
E. C. Summerlin, Jr.
R. C. Summerlin
J. A. Summerlin
H. B. Summerlin
Tom Summerlin
Jan. 29th, 1909.

Uvary Mother
is or should be worried when the little ones
have a cough or cold. It may lead to croup or
pleurisy or paeammoIa-then to something
more seri se. Ballard's Horehound Syrup
will can the trouble at once and prevent any
coimpllcatiom. Sold by Tituville Pharmacy


OBMPOWMWDN-"Bmpe'iTrM Csa, n~,a eaNwy, TOk0 the A
1sa.. NaM.iM Ink aJakUsmvtll, Jaskam mvflE, dlh ib

Colorful Zanzibar.
Zanzibar is the brightest, richest
in color, most energetically comn-
mercial of all the East African STAPLE I
ports. All is noise, activity, glitter.
ere the Indian merchant be- HAY
speeches you from his bazaar. There
children swathed in silk and hung We invit
with costly jewels and bangles store and
stumble under your feet. Black estly reuqu
women, draped below their bare before ya
shoulders in the colors %f the but- before yo
terfly, their necks and )bosoms gay
with chains, balance water jars on
their heads. There is no street or I
house which does not sug.get the
scenic artist and the limelight. We
expect the water girls to appear as Ask
slaves in the next act and that the A
sultan's band down in the palace us to
square will presently strike up an We are agent
operatic tune.-National Magasine. & Sanborn's
Coffees. Al
The famous

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Brady Bro.
Dealers In


e the public to visit our
inspect our stock and earn-
ist that you get ourprices
)u aspnd money elsewhere

i save you money h

us for prices and allow
D prove this assertion
s for Blalard's Obelisk rFlo, Che
and BDarrigatoa Hll Seel Ct
o the celebrated Mapes' PFtUmemi
* Royal Scarlet brand of cawIed
finest food products ia the world

itusville,F la. _

QOe way is to pay no attention
to it; at least not until it de- -.. __
velops into pneumonia, or
bronchitis, or pleurisy. Aa-.
other way is to ask your doc-
tor about Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral. If he says, The best
thing for colds," thea take It.
Do as he says, anyway. 4I
w.e u.a a.h..
yers .
WheM the bowels are coastipated, pol-
a0s0ou substance ian absorbed lato the
bloodinesid ofbeina daily removed from
the body as nature Iatemded. Knowing
this danger, doctors always inquire about
the condition of the bowels. Ayer's Pills.
i--n w Ser.or 0i . e. G..wu n.e.-

wwHotel Dixie1

G den &Fu CAPACITY 200 A A RATES. $s15 TO $21 WEEKLY
Thyears in bn iness, with
a steady inresing trade every A splendid family hoteL Every inducement offered. Ae .
- d wesaveldoy to lovers of soft, flower-scented atmosphere.
yOf thelar e hvestbdain y o nein i dugkino, heavy shooting. orange picking and all other outdoor N.E
In this country-is the best of sports. Guides, guns, sail and power boats furnished at hotel dock
evidence as to Club Privilege Music Dancing
t Superior QuaEty Wm. F. Green, Geo. B. Gale
of Wood's Seeds. Lessees and Managers
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats,
Cow Peas, Soa Beansand D. H. SPELL Dr. .. .( .Si'LL. l.iwtered Ph.r*acat
Hl Farm Seeds.
Woods Descriptive Catalog
the most useful and valuable of
Garden and Farm seed atalogs /kp --O" Rv ,V-vl
mailed free on request.
To W. WOO Silo i Titusville, Florida
isedmn, Uoimon, Va. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
S. Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
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