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: 02 26, 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: VID00690
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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Mr. Jamn L am*. kof Georgians
Hmfledat Tu TMfAn flhe Dwed110sd111
an his way to Coomm after cruising
1p ug banan creeA from thebhead
of Dnana rlvqr.
W he youngmen coul ot rye diste
dla duire for oesore dare'--- Ash
isWnainsythis wesso as lnm.
*aro~t affair was rqdath
hp bom..Tusefday mghtat which
Sthe gus ato of the Hotol Dixie, wert
out in force. A very plemt time


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Where: Anexai aton by the
at- board of health proves the fact
that the dog owned by Mr. WUama
Natherm u beedb opn
-U" whae other dao have
A e~s th me sppsesmad,
Wbeau it is known that several dogs
he been bitten by toese having the
vptm of hydrophoba. Now,
therefore, I ue this, my podama-
W, ordlalg all dosknown to have
be te bmtobeM d ke at omee ond

bdtl atrdo fond runningat
gs an the streets of TItusv le af-
ter this the hUday of February,

at oneM an I ceall upon the tiesof
ItWWf iv toaid in carrying out these
orders. B. R. WIasoN,
Mayor of Titusville.

Washlngton's Birthday O.berved
SWashington's birthday was appro-
priately observed by the ladies'of the
Progressive Culture club at %their
room Monday afternoon. The room
was artistically decorated with flow-
ers and pictures of the hero and his
Mount Vernon home with the nation-
al colors intermited.
The far famed cherry tree and
hatchet, as well as the cocked hat and
valiant steed were all represented in
a realistic manner.
The most of the members came
provided with readings pertaining to
his life and history, all of which were
interesting and instructive. Quite a
number, also, contributed books for
the library.
Next Monday will be the day for
the annual election of officers for the
For Sale
Building lots and the best of pine-
apple land, at Horti, Banana river.
Address J. B. JONES,
Orange and Grapefruit Trees

Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high

is reported.
Among the pleasant callers at Tax
SrA office Monday were Mnem. Ed.-
ward F. iley, Andrew A. Maya,
A. Van Demen and Ohm. G. Riley,
all of Madison, Wis.. who were on
their way to Cubs after spedi a
week with Commodoi Allea, at Al-
-hm Thby e. m t to anrrlv
home in about three weeks' time.
KIne's Gents Fumahing Dep't
We have received a shipment of
A. B. Klahbum' men'a spring and
Mmer ts-arment for men of
affairs, -wel asfortheyoungman
with a tendency to more pronounced
Juuus KUNKz
Titousville, Florida.
Slaughter of Dogs
Mayor Wilhon's proclamation in re-
gard to hydrophobia having devel-
oped among the canines in town from
ites of the Mather dog, that dog
havinff been examined and found in-
fect-d, caused aslaughter of dogs on
Wednesday as it was known that the
infected animal had bitten at least
ten other dogs in town.
The mayor's proclamation was
made general and permitted the kill-
ing of any dog found at large on
Wednesday, but Sheriff Brown con-
fined the killing to those dogs which
were known to have been bitten by
the rabid animal. Nearly everyone,
however, took the precaution to keep
their dogs in close quarters for
awhile and the streets are once more
free of them.
Church Notes
Rev. Dr. Badger will preach in the
Presbyterian church, Titusville, next
Sunday at 7 p. m. on "The Rich
Young Ruler."
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m.
and Oak Hill at 3 p. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Markschurch, Cocoa; on the morning
of Sunday, Feb. 2th, at 11 o'clock,
and in St. Gabriels church, Titusville,
on Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock.

W, kp-"MI Ul

Purchasers for Armour's fertilizer,
the best on the market as a money
maker. Try it and be convinced.
F. H. BOYE, Agt.

Service and lecture every Wednesday ; Draying
evening during Lent at 7:30 o'clock. Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt-
- --_--- ly attended to. Meet all trains.
I munches for Sale H. E. HOLTON,
20 ft., 21 h. p. Titusville, Fla.
25 ft., 5 h.p. For Sale
P. 0. Box 125, Cocoa, Fla. Thirty full-blood Berkshire pigs,
urm r. c.n and 20 half Jersey and Berkshire




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de timllmed eeW ae shi.
mawk.Anbothe rlota triedwith du-

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Wse at p i rcediaP of Ad

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Yanokemro t ien, ici with d o

bmAs, romil p ein t rine

.P tanchMeounel, lar e

Ga.Is, 7r.n, Feb. bo or-
ofMwe Mies one bopgdee-

b~ ande oT FLOrI stea.
fThe oowiang ruis ae hen con-
s. B.aM.l tewarit, wan Galieo

d tributeld for thme Breva wehibit and

tribad Ao the p pottiome will be pe -
hd eewarkly. T isn e or only mesas
ad wa hpe tht the growersaill and
Ineemse of their products.
orange, to bdinesn, Wirncef rui
laPce. Nrcerta, Cocad, sid boxo

r To. Wells, Melbourne, seven boxes
pines, one grow ing pine.
iE. P. Branch, Melb rourne, large clus-n

iter grapedrit.e
E. D. Oslin, Melbourne, views of Mel-
B. F. Ives, LaGrange, one box uor-
Geou. M. Robbins, Titusdille, five boxes

Henry Maxwell, Mis, one box grape-
ruit, one box oranges. or
Mrs. B. M. Stewart, Ean Gallie, one
box sweet potatoes, one box peppers,

MBra J. W. Merrill, Tropic, one box
mixed ffruit.

John McAllister, Tropic, one box navel
John Carter, Tropic, one box shad-
d weks.

The Novelty Store
Stationery Books
Pictures Candy
Post Cards Toys

Country Produce Wanted
Fresh vegetables of all kinds and eggs
wanted at Hotel Dixie.
GREEN & GALE, Proprietors.
For Sale
One pair of medium sized mules in
good order. Will sell cheav if sold



'the sos of the w _--p. w
been head i his dwa h

tobes evidence arbbeiW e
Mr. nd Mrs. Geo. tF. 0 e
Crese, Pa., are mnk a vemry Pm
antaft of several weeks at e tI
Judge Gamldenm in town from D-
Land for a few days this week, loek.
in after his property interea in
this section
Mr. J. G. Wollig, oft leds, 8. C.,
went from Friday till i au in
tuville, vting with relative -
turning hne via T m
Dr. G.W. Holme, of HMarptsmi
his brother-n-law, Mr. L.&m.Dw.i
sm, of Delaware, Oa, whoin pewd-
Ing somtim with the doqter tt
winter, spent a part of Tuesday ad
Wednesday in town
Mis Sude Gladwin will teaeh the
fth and sixth grades in the Thu
ville high school during the abienm
of MaJeanWaldron, who will be
in Jaeo2ville for pr b y a amoth
to take the Pasteur treatment
Mrs Geo. M. Robin, Mrs H. G.
Utley and Mrs. T. B. Wison, of ths
place, attended the ball Same md
dance at auGalUe on Meday, the
event of W da'tons rI eei-
ebraton, and report a Be te
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers, MtI
Jean Waldron and Min Verna and
Master Townsend Monroe went to
Jadonville Wednesday onmamt
of Mr. Matheres and Miss Waldron
having been bitten by a dog that had
hydophoa, in wrder that they might
take the Pasteur treatment as a pre-
cautionary measure for prevention.
The examination of the dog was made
by the state board of health who pro-
nounced it a well developed case.
Mr. J. W. Sheffield, of Ameriveu,
Ga., who owns something like four
thousand acres of land in Brevard
county, has been here the pt week
ispecting these different tracts of
land. He finds that the timber on
his lands in some cases has been tur-
pentined and also the pine timber
cut for turning into lumber.- This
was done, no doubt, by mistake and
Mr. Sheffield is ready to arrange com-
promise terms with all such parties
and is here for that purpose.
Pump leathers No. 2 pumps half soles
OSTERMOOR and FELT mattresses
1, 2 and 3 burner gasoline stoves
Boat batteries, dry and Edison
Art squares, Tapestry, Crex, Ingraim
Extension tables, kitchen safes
SCHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
I Building Material
I Have just received car load of nails.
plain and galvanized; car load of
glazed sash and car load of doors.
rite us for prices on the above, or
anything else in the line of building
, material.
Eau Gallie, Fla.





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debmild hby eorarl
u meg egue Porter, who preMd-
eda at the LIncome comm-m-totio ex-
rem heldM n OCneate ball. at New
' Tek, al that to him the life ot La-
cob seem-d oe a remmece more than
a reaIty. "He came from a clMs,"
s* the gperal. "be wa always fomd
ot allinqg to-the plaft people. The
mbe history discusses Mbi the am*
6h1sa gt becomes his luster." General
Peter said be thought the answer of
a eted general who had risen from
the wams to the saers of the haughty
nobleM of Temma on a certain occa-
als, "I am an ancestor: you are only
Semadnts.* aptly fitted Lincoln.
ie meiew elated knowledge e did
aet psesse and "never tried to maw
samg the back of a polittlal poeru-
plan but, qal General Porter, he had
great tact holding his followers.
There are ftw vling who knew and
eonversed with LlJcoln, said the
speaker. who theb went on to tell of
the ret time he (04neral Porter) met
"It was a occasion never to be for-
gotten," sid Geeroal Porter. "It was
at the m t m ating between Lincoln
a Grait They had been corre-
eming tr some years. Piret their
m me wre u4dal, but then bseamm
m imn. hI wO e Mar n m mN&U

rem an amam -am
- p A M dmill I II .1- ,w m
z wmau ame b amt o

I Ibm him we" ermy.
w he wm" -mma
em hb bleak whh'th
fma-t w,. wkd m ad phsep8
ambim m'

asb rhas mitto W mn to o er
soe aMblo M at trsm, bet ta-
em aesalg wit be mme ned
bemt" m meI gtory.-

Ohbus o ofavery Depa.
A W dmmatue cibat marked

ebm a the WMf-A- at New
Tte the other ubet Boeter T.
Wam mlm tem set a honor ped
Ndo a 1C9msa T wh ett of twe onteo

I -apeAvely to A. R. .rro ghs,
waU w w a a u-puratmsn atsmy,
whe mat at the prgs**t a tawM, sad
"Tfmse sI the who is the
vm oea et Jemosp Buroeg, who
wM Iw ownr dowm ta Fran l
em., Vs. when I was a lave. U
a" I playk tothar as children.
hbt s.a wept, laughed and sobbed
pftW f Be was the white boy, I
We the baek boy, m that old pasta.
Me IRat then, and he khm me
t I Mud h m theb and I Ulumhim
m. Bt un thit wek I hmove ot
a*M Abem oSroehs solace on day
avway bek In 18 It eame to my
at mdi ears tht ond Masa' B D
reuest hi sbandkthI r mad my ownw.
Ad hm boles
Mse was a kramish, sad the Ped-
sel tMs. I ws tolM had shot mb
I m we mna. I omd bome a
told Ab, and he and I crid testher.
Oar hearts wr broken. That is a
het whl eao. But ber e isA nd. ad
behe am I, and we meet tonlat at
bameOet bead la the Mreatest city to
the world to celbeato the centsasal
of the bith ot the mas who set s
both ftee. I m an that. Abraham

Lincol set Mr. Burroahse free wham
he et me fre"

P we nl istruetions Prem Limiss&*
General William EL. Seward, son of
Lincoln's secretary of state, was the
principal speaker at the recent celebra
tife tn Auburn, N. Y.. of the Cayuga
County Historical society. His theme
was "Personal Recolleetoons of Abra-
ham Lncolhn." Reterring to Uiecola's
predVlecton- for telng stories, Genral
Bewsed said:
"I have often beat him t ll ista-
mesou stAries, sometimass at seilons of-
Selal gatherags, aad, thoeuh drou and
a 911tnr I think he told them to re.
lleve the sense of crashlng responai-
bilty then reetig upo bam Tbere
were many occasion when I talked
with him Inttmately, especially during
my army itfe, on or two ot which at
least I may mention bhere.
"Perhaps my moat he-rished rocol-
lection Is one which I have not felt at
liberty to relate until today. It was a
military comment he once personal-
ly Intrusted to me. It was early In
188, sand while sitting as president at
a court martial nla Virginta a special
assenIger came to me with an order
to report at headquarters In Washing-
ton. After an exceedingly muddy ride
of more than twenty miles I reported
la little less than three bours, covered
with mod and making anything but a
respectable appearance. I was told
that the president wished to see me at
once. Looking more like a tramp than
a soldier, I should probably not have
been admitted to the White House ex-
cept for the fact that I was well
known to the old porter at the door.
"I was shown Into the library, where
I found Mr. Lincoln, who greeted me
kindly, saying In substance:
"We wish to Oemmuaoiate with (eOaral
Baksh aow .hi New Orteam, just shout
to start eoa his campaign through the
Tasoe O try. AU oommunlcatUo by
ISad bem Oft eOR, our mesneWr must
0 hb ass, aaI, as this takes a lons tae.
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01 a wbo yeouyy. The ineto-ern-yos-
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lead whau m ba hy a esugh-Me-1-s
woattohebemaneyea so; g euethewA;wI
ca"e yeargeold. Chmamberisa sa Comgh Bow
40 alw ap es. Pries Umd Woebate
bo~e. orale by Thmoevilie Phraruse.
(ba's leek well, en velor toaWI wllwith
imPs,. blood 6sljer buy. Kemp the
bleed pan withlMod Bkbs EM
duWbhkean mis ~keep yeawill

A Missing Point.
"Profemor," said an acquaintance
"you understand Latin, do you not?"
"Well," replied the professor, "1
my be said to have a fair knowl-
edg of atin."
know everybody says you have.
I wish you would tell me what 'volix'
means. Nobody that I have asked
eems to have heard the word."
"If there is any such word as
S'oliz,' madam, of which I have se-
rios doubts, I certainly do not
know what ib means."
"You surprise me, professor. A
men of your attainments ought to
know that 'voliz' means vol. ix."
The professor devoted a moment
to calling up his reserves and bring-
ing his light artillery into action.
It is no wonder, madam," he
said, "that I did not see the point
of your joke. You left the point
out of it." '
On Abraham Lincoln's Life Mask.
While thousands of persons listened
the other night in absolute allence at
the exerlcse commemorative of the
centenary of Abraham Lincoln's birth
bold at Carnegie hall. In New York
city, Richard Watson Glider recited
the following poem written by im to
the memory of the great emancipator:

This bream death beep the very ferm sad
'Of our greet martyr's face. Yes. this to
That brow aH wl all ben lgnt:
That human, humorous mouth: thsoe
cheeks that hold
Uke some harsh landscape all theo sm-
mer's sold;
That spirit St for sorrow as the -a
For storms to best on: the loea agoas
Those uieat. patient lips too well fore-
Tes. this is he who ruled a world of men
As might some prophet of the elder day.
Broda ngabove the tempest aad the fray
With deep eyed thought sad more thea
mortal keL
A power was as hi beyo the toueh of art
Or armed strentbh-hbl pure and mighty




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a feeling betteraw tha for te years
mmm. sam at an& safirst s

eg!1Md. Iated rl rem nd lasI S ajmf tlao good that I cameot
St io tolo about it Too a e at

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Stwsi4d andI ol y.. bttowydd nSoa- wr0ite91oidw to y
tia tes1 1 Ukdr -s a friend who t hs. Varlwma Aot reoftiDro.
you wish. Iew realspeetfuey

Od A sO l Pt iox 7, R. R. No. ZO ewood i, AL.
-A .A er W i two Clergyman
5mr hslf a dome u ad were
WE fn te way to rItink Nw Rad, L., Jan. A I e e 221909.
hasB daoml for ay chil- Dr. xim& N Co., DiuBkafptow N. Y.
8 *M'&- a- t-ng APy et ermedicin I hav e.
Mtebled leids It to me having Des. Si:-I write today to the pWb-
l pdresdnb wo Mffr s miteo did. Ilie that your Swamp Root csred m of
R.W. Uiessbya, kidneytruble. I was almost pt go.
Malo w City Clerk, Dotha, Ala. ^ hg aving psmodic spells with my

A Georgia WomanMw bebrmedialiadwam
SakBa .,sO. Js 11 IM .able*alts Bothe tilwere un-
45to dome anyood.
vfWr'a Dr. Kihne & Co., Bfagha*ap, N. T. I took four Mooand
f Ge lntlemen-Bome taiM ao I w became a well m W. Thiswasix yeam
wft4|tatlM "S and I have badsno true of the troe-
trod"e awith kidkBeytreoble;badsevere offering men.
w fta to rPa In back and hips Was treated by Rev. J. R. Taylor,
a phyd*o aout without any mf&tL I Pastor Baptist church Now Roadk6 La.
I 4 gmaameM. an *e -^yjrhrit atruiL After Mail Currier's Experience
f r four I was mplstely
amtn saw ew e Have not ffed a at
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Beef iil in Seve CiCAM

fllld, &Tem.
Dr. Kinmer & Co., BagS mpto4 N.T.
Om&.mM:-I mrdy ew ho to
sees my cieW or f pthe
wamn thas dam me. ar d
be gretlytmobed with my kiMhey,
and wit i a the beek; also with
what the termed infiMamtim
of the Neck of the bla r. SemetiM
my back would goet In mib e that I
was almostk~ea. hI ad several
doctors ad *medice teoagod ef est,
and finally I noticed ao some
sample bottle of WIN medicine,
Swamp Root, free by maL Itsent at
eae and received prpu
bottle. After taking it Mf ~ift
me good. I then p ed two bottle
from our rhnt, Mr. W. J. Min.
After taking the madine I felt like a
new man, and each day rode five miles
to teach school. You a at liberty to
ue this letter orrefer any ome tome,
asIwill ahwaysbe gladtotell them
what a woandeIsful remedy thisa Swamp
Root i. Mr. James Ives, of San-
derwvle, Ten., is taking it with good
result. Very truly yours,
D. A. Montgoemery,
Member Tenneemee Legislature.
Rural Route No. 2, DdguelTmn.

Results It Has Proved
Dethan Ala., Jan. 21, 190.
Dr. K &ar & Co., Bint.a.pton, N.T.
Dear Sirs:-Haveobee suffein more
or less from kidney trouble forth last
five year and was indmaoed to try your
Swamp Root. Am bap to say or give
yoU teWtimonial that a cured me. I
am a traelig salesman for Mesrs.
Colgate & Co., Now York, and am al-
ways travetig on the road. rinkin

m i. the au. W % I have been a rural letter carrier for the different waters affected my kd
at Mrs. L V. over five yeam Some two yom ago I B Y
t wo was taken with severe pains in my back. Samuel olf.
O Bapd t Minster I amed mediem from my family physi- .
Sdclan for several month without any n- A Prominent Mason
4IiBr-ir, Q,fJi. S,19 fit. Aftrimend, Mr. J. D. Nelson, advisedJ
,, Jnme to try your Swamp Root, but I had Jackson, Tenn.
R Dr,. K*lmr & Co., BDlhampto, N. Y. no faith in it. I tied to grow Acc to m exri I d
Getleme,:-semw timagol fered woe d at lastdecided totrythis rem.- e th, Ido nota
V6 1 .akwintha my backandhips. eyaIndModt tw syar bottles, Swamp Root for kidney affection
wphdi eImny andI tru y havpeotey Twice it relieved me when I was com-
W IMn ttl ii t I-ablade. A feud re.xmmededa-itnot in for Swamp Root I ple last time I was travellng in Texa
I RL I obtained took the would have tbee counpoled to quit the when my kidneys bo afectei d and
Mltestett fetwo bottles when I felt a man*who .i for ten days I sfered e,,.iatng
S-e My back hasaa m ein atir be that w Mp paur compam ed with severe chills .
p"inssbdeiofnmhawing bees re-
a t Io a ead rofrom kidney eved of ni r attack I naturally
Sb"t I was sholad tm often my wife would oht relief as before from Swamp
w a ^. .. Rural Letter Carrir. Route No. 2. After using four of te large s
Rmft A fte Usin -iw g went oi my way rejoicing and praising
S.. Result After Using A Contractor Swamp.p oL Th w three
3 ilk ewy mom 4 -a ago and I have had no hrvlCtiom of a
Bt ma, eG aam.eLa e1& a woeb Bo*ton, Ga. Jan. 18 199.DL return of the afflfction.
0.em e.a .a m etn, . oalionvice, Ga., Jan. 20, 190. j. Smith, Jr., 38 deg. Mason.
D-SSas rwt &eoa Dr. Ktr & Co, Bainghampton, N. Y. Dr Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
5es?3 s heGm Gattemen:-Som, time ago I was Gentlemen:-About four years ago I Fully Satisfied
91 bsbhlme hasIk to t h to er m trMbledwithkidnoey trouble. I thought suffered from kidney trouble and rheu-
fw lome time I was suffering with dia- matism in my hips. The pain across my Waycross, Ga., Jan. 5th, 1909.
1 r v the p bete. I had severe pains in my back back became so severe that I could hard- Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ringhvmpton, N. Y.
ee eash and hips. A friend recommended Swamp ly straighten up and could not walk with- iDearSirs- ~tOcmptoben, .
-'i ? or tB BRoot and I decided to give it a trial. I out draggi my feet. I would urinate suffered from- y October
S obtained bottle from a druggist and f uently and would have to rise two I consulted my ph cian, who pre-
jrewss aMre a every turNa t after taking a few doses, felt relieved. or tr times during the night, causing scribed for me, ut his treatment did
ve am what we a mdo wH a After taking several bottles the pain me to suffer from loss of sleep. And not benefit me. After reading some
Ps*ets eal mew, v was entirely gone and I have not suffer- with the pain I was all run down and be- Swamp Root literature, I decidedto give
T have pPvef hbow ms at pemeeed the slightest since. I cannot be too gan to lose flesh. I saw Swamp Root it a trial. After taking a few doses, I
wed o w, he ,m- enthmis-tic in my praie of this won- advertised and bought one bottle to try felt somewhat relieved, and after two
S 1Wtlta o war well At derfulmedie and it gives me great it. After taking it I felt better and one-dollar bottles had been taken, I had
t*w e ae tf m wrba the earv pleasure togive my testimonial in re- could sleep all right at night. Icontin- no pain and was completely cured. I
t v ry.ard to ts merits. ued to take it until I had taken four have not had the slightest pain in my
J. Rountree, large bottles. I was entirely free from back or hi since. From my own ex-
A pea erase i t ha ben aerw thma te rFormer Mayor and Member Legislature. any pain in the back and began to gain perience I can cheerfully recommend
wA imeOhas s We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp in weight. I always recommend Swamp Swamp Root to any one suffering from
A erA natl s have be ee"lamorit Root and have also sold it in a number Root to my friends as I think the cure kidney trouble. Yours very truly,
rHAa e ae I ofe cam s for kidney trouble and always in my case remarkable. Simon Martin.
ry to eep mom- ith perfect satisfaction. Yours very truly, Mr. Martin conducts a carting and
In the hstoadry o them J. C. Adams & Son. M. H. Hickson, Donalsonville, Ga. transfer business.
Tea, et won ua a proud name, It has
few" rto is m Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over
Iroom: V / o eda h[ 0"the United States and foreign lands, expressing heartfelt gratitude for what
as wortU emoaiveMgtuery I hai s wo Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root has done for them.
F" a W e ta i Do not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take tne place of Swamp
e VW VT we&eaI s s Som^me Root-if you do you will be disappointed-insist on getting what you ask for
t.ja w tar to aiemmr o Amorsemo. i -there is no other medicine as good as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root.
awgba twft r an domestic dee- Swamp Root is not recommended for everything, but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble or obliged
etlgr. He ee- ees tfrUainsshn to go often during the day and get up many times during the night, have smarting or irritation in passing or
in ato fte e' the bal el ome of his heart diaturbanee due to kidney trouble, Swamp Root will be found just the remedy you need.
p alan arm ft a celebrated NornWr
do sw. b ad I dam h tr h. I Don't be Miled-For example, when you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the Great Kidney, Liver and
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*~4 d ri., e appointed shallt

madertim tacoat m dinueloe, eight
for two yers irt for four yeam
b' for detnr sand f eibt appoint-
Won ndt wa d aythdJ o ,artihtb
er tw PesM, is fe ftor misto
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-. ea-.nm...f of agriculture.
undr adbthei apotual enty

durlw term the annual me t
in* o be bdd on the third Wedn-a

the mnMetie e tmirmiottlee

TMWdireetomr retA elect a pri-
deat and alo a secretary who"hall
be1* known athe "Secretary of the
Bonrd fthe "t Carlla Truck and
rat Grh over' ---odation," and
w dom da ti dw be as follows&
(a). To keep open an ofdeae in the
fta tit e lIn tN-for tie purpose
A- A.l which maty be obta -

rldative tothe ultivatione idpment,
gtf ead Wtins of the art-
4lM ki k named.
). To inspect personally or

Wohm agents and inspectors W

ouen for taseor shipment within
th eonretoi adoesid, and to a.per-
t-n the eo0dition of apph.ofitad at-
tdets an offeredfoer mshi ont, the

(of) lad landay other inf atone
of colletng meld preseri all in-

(e=). To ae erson a*rwt-
poarted ofh -m aia prack ;

thog agnt and. inspetor ap---0

wb ri tWI

mne to the mortie ct a represents
t a tih FlorM a Fret Proce

Nowu, DeMcetly.T.H. Barlow, one
of the rgast wrage ers and
yers n the Orland istrlet, was just
ci-mtotd notice of aroppeesnts-
ti of the Frida Frrit ad Produe
Roo*tiT. H. Barlow, one
oa ta d aw im t ora"e pokers and
byrtrin the Orando district, womb-
ed a arload of white fy infested
fruit with Elmhnarra irnctieide, a-
ing it in the proportion of one gallo
to alles of water.
The fruit was spped to Boston,
ma at th mame time Mr. Barlow
shipped to the ame market one car-
load of brigihts unwaed. The in-
aetidel. wa ed carload reached Bo- pAeret condition ad sold for
lOe. pe box more than the unwashed
carload of brights. Mr. Barlow is
egrtad that the fruit infested with
white fly would ave read Boston
in an ufit edition for sale, ad
w ld nt bave sold for enough to
py feiht if he had not previously
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Rx-pmuMt's New Editor

Buumaing with the March isue
Mi Hattie H. Carpenter, of Miami,
will be editor and publisher of the
Florida SIdool Exponent. Aoci-
atedwit h her will be Dr.A. A. Mur-
phre, Dr. W. F. Yocum and Prof,
L. We e hok The February iae
of the ponent makes a formal an-
nounement of the change in the
management. We are pleaded to
learn that Miss Carpenter has been
called to fill this position of responsi-
bility. She is one of the best posted
and most accomplished educators in
our state schools and we feel that her
nfluence for good schools and in the
cause and uplift of education will be
largely manifest in the editorial col-
umns of the Inpouwent

Memerald to Jel Chandler Harris.
The Uncle Remus Memorial associa-
tion has been organized to erect a suit-
able memorial to the late Joel Chan-
dler Harria. the poet and author. The
proposed form is the purchase of Snap
Been farm. at Atlanta, and the preser-
vatIon of his bome. thea 1g of the
Wren's Nest It Is further planned to
convert the front yard into a park and
arect oN the lawn a memorial fotntalt
with a frieze containing all of the
Uncle Remus animals and a statue of
Mr. nnrrls.

Pon't Be Misled
The retail druggists of this country,
as a class, are notedfor their high stand-
ard of intelligence and honorable deal-
ing, but it is a well known fact that oe-
cussonally you will find moe who will try
to sell you something else when you call
for a remedy of established reputation.
He forgets that your health is more im-
portant than his pl4retbnok.
For example, when you ask for Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney,
liver and bladder remedy, don't let any
druggist, drug clerk or storekeeper per-
suade you into buying something else in
its place. Every time he succeeds in
slHng you a worthless substitute he
makes more profit, but you are humbug-
ged at the expense of your health.
For many years we have watched
withiterestmuch the remarkable rec-
ord maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. From the very beginning the
proprietors had so much confidence in it
that they fvited everyone to send for a
free sample bottle so that people could
judge of Its great curative value in even
tihe most distressing cases of kidney,
liveramd bladder

me Uat tan d esa wa 6 Haaomeo
iba e ihslme ma n welt O-
-e teem We *mpsess

aeo w er e- amem t ane-

TO- wratmn eoais ttw 5 ers tioa
2%bl tIona Th 1 -t0wd1e will
most at the WMep Wetateme Pred4ma
RMevels tPvtatoms. It wMl N hbe
a k mthe tate d asartm the w anled
mee at governor at the Whit eBoom
nt May or the Jat es tomm the e r-
ereae lm Deember bet ese the

lem t aeir dtllberatl e and the nat1Ml
tate comraoo tiis comal molos and
operation comhalrtteesdy to atleal
organSiStRoaa Rhe AttePdRIPW Will be
Ualted to prea uapoen tativs oferoan-
areull and Mexre and reprementahow
of the state department of the l ted
States government an w ell a te de

tr derw atead t dw mt can rend I
partly lar assiotame to theha co fthre
In their deliterattion and the national
conservation ommimalon.
sthe ps reparato eor heconfer ence
and recently sent to the national on-
servatio com emion a mumhw of
carefully prepaid maps wbiet showe
the present states of the public buids
of the Domllon as well as the di .
tributlen of the principal natural re.
soutes and the development of ts
tr ia prtation e Tte s. to tas m
dian atr d itlet arve also a thered

toeter and mttl, to tle chai r ... o6
the commes a comprehensive colm.
seton of gov ernment doIuents
bearl n wO the natural. resour i
the atry. These have ee. care-
My bnexwad and bound together ag-
codtg to mwtem The wMi be mude
at de tob IneMaMeeeL
m 3athzemed
Becaes masm are so utsy they a, con-
s-and im os ms.... and e..SSaslon. WA-
vAs year diet" let mso samd mt a p aseed
aSWeast e el, them ke a bw dsamm of
i.Cmham'eAll Simnmash adM LAve, 'hbleft
and yeswilliesehe u pllalaTryv yIL or
aMl as TkmiliePhemay. sampl e fee.

25 Dos". 25 Cents~
Yoour Deuoum atD. 0,Mun AM.msP ru
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mic-,. true to frlcnd.;, lt a re-utation that any man may well envy.
No man better exemplifies this deseriptiom than CoL William Cahm, whIM
testitmonlal a g! en below. His unique figure la ekbarmin perm*aity i wer In the streets of the capital city of the United Statm. Hie wed to aM oee
as bond. sla frankness and truthfunlaewR o oMe h vMer S asetm that
knew him.
Read what he says eoneernilg Petuna.

"I write to say tAst I hsve Med P ra ma"d I& a w
vasmlWM reedy mar coghs or ls d E amt"ofW aa mw
and tired system, dissipatlg asd erudi catilag em tW9d 9
iasg."-C;.l WilleaM Camp, 1740 L StL, N. W.. UsW f agm. Ca

" LR. CRAs. BROWN, Rogersville,
iVI Tenn., writes: "I feel it my duty
.o write you a few words in praise of
*our Peruna. I have tried many differ-
nti remedies, but have found that Pe-
sa is the greatest tonic on earth, and a
perfect system builder.
*'A friend advila: ine to tr ice Peruna
>r irdlgestion, sad it enred me In a
*& time. I was very w.. k and uer-

vous, could aleep bat little at mlght, hte
Peruna cured that tired, all-goae eel-
ing, and made me feel like a noew ma,
so I heartily recommend It to all who
are weak and run down. It will give
new IIfe and energy.
"I rannut speak too highly of suaas
and will not forget to reeommad It.
Pernas is manufactured by ohI
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bm he badd Wsted them al as per
aboe, buti wishd to speak of the
lt em that ad rched his ears, via:
'"that ha is fat GeOMI&."
Mr. MeCord aid: "The word has very
Ia& respect for the persa who go.g
bek on the land M sbbatlvty. Iamehb
pmr4Ared that my boy bshouldhavebeen
a Georgian, but, sinc e e isa native
Plreiaam, I will train him to ahway love
bis Mtive stat ."
* And in eomeaion the pastor referred
with feWHtnto his bomin the "Empire
State the South" in the fonowing
The i ed a ils ot Geasia!
so beM Im" brb amd beak,

ib M-it- eob smyi*

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Te ed eM bins of Georgisw
Amid UfidW Jo mewows,
Myblmsembfsm iybL
And whbe my mme Is ended,
And wbe life her web bas wove,
Obf aw I thee ben s sh binklls
Lie ls s thee I love.
After which he immediately pronounc-
ed the benediction: "May the blessings
of thy God wait upon thee and the sun
of gloryshin around thy head; may
the gatesof plenty, honor and happi-
es be alwaysopm to thee Wad thine;
m no strike disturb thy days, nor sor-
rw dstress thy nights, and may the
pillow of peace kiss thy cheeks, and
the pleeores of Imagination attend thy
dreams, and when length of years make
thee tired earthly joys and thecur-
tales of death gently cloe rnd the
sos atof thy ezietence; may the Angel
of God attend thy bed and take care
that the a ping lamp eof te shaBll D
readve nme rude blast to hasten its ex-
tinction, and finally, may the Saviour's
blood wash thee from all Impurities and
prepare thee to enter into the land of
everlasting felicity.-Amen."
The Geeee of Nieder-Morlen.
In the little Hessian village of
Nieder Morlen, says the Strand
Magazine, between Giessen and
Frankfort, a strange scene may be
witnessed every evening at 5:30.
Some 2,000 geese, which have spent
the day on the river's bank below
the village, t a given signal from
their leaders make their way home-

Lugging Money Around

in any considerable amount is
both risky and unbusinesslike.
The greatest business men in the
world carry very little cash on
them penoos

A check on the

31306 INISIAUI flEW AN 0t ofIhhlma I

ya i ewpain tatlm' is.t

0I noht ouidie b had me!r
why iseeFC aried the ested for4
t asA," aid the elevatr

= he aid, See,' another
Te.' And Mse a man cried out,
',948 Secre bleu! Igot out at

I---ed the starter.
I o You deceive! I have not
s trust in you! Tomorrow I re-
turn to Paris!"-New York Tinm

Into a general store of town in
Arkansas there recently came a
darky complaining that a ham
which he had purchased there was
not good.
"I e ham is all right, Zep," in-
sisted the storekeeper.
"No, it aint, bos," insisted the
negro "Dat ham's shore bad f
"How can that be," continued
the storekeeper, "when it was cured
In last week ?"
The darky scratched his head
rdeetively and finally sugesed:
"Don mebbe i's hada e i"-
arper.'s Weekly.
110M111 ACK
21e Ambes a d Pams wi ll eawp
if the AvIe s.rf meTa .Meive
@ltieM isFeullered
A woman's back has many aches
and pain.
Most times 'tis the kidneys'fault.
Backache is really kidney aches;
That's why Doen's Kidney Pills
care it. *
MMan Titusville women know this.
Read what one has to say about it:
Mrs. W. H. Parker, living on Wash-
ington avenue, TitusvileFla. C
'Thad been greatly troubled oth
kidney dieae for sometitne, and
Doan's Kidney Pills benefitted me in
every way. I am pleased to give
them my endorsement. I suffered
most constantly from dull nagging
backaches, accompanied intense
pains through the region my kid-
neys. The kidney secretions were
very irregular in action, and at times
caused me a great amount of annoy-
ance. I could d notrest well at night
and morning arose with headaches
and dizzy spells. I used a great many
remedies and also doctored for a long
time but did not improve. My moth-
er finally advised me to try Doan's
Kidney Pil as they had given her
t relief. 1 procured a box, used
tDemaccording to directions, and
they gave me the desired results in a
ine. using Doan's Kidney Pills and
am glad to recommend them to other
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Dean's-

Weekly Weather Report
TrrusvILLz, FLA., Feb. S4. ISe.
Statement of teupersases sad rainkll for
the week ending Wednesday.

Feb. 1------.....----...........--------... 45
19.......---------.........-..- 79 47
"30-----.----.-75 47
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834 ...- ..- 87 s
Total rainbil for the week .31 inches.
MAX L. Vox KorPLow.
cooperative Obeerver.
Dealtem Cuaot Be Cumed
aspbbl & the ty ea-m at sb the
AdLed portion of the ear. here is only ome
way to eae dhe em sad that is by comstita-
tional remedies. Desafnemis emsed by sa n-
lamed condition of the musus lning of the
euaaiea table. When thistabesetinaiamed
yoa hve a rmbliassoead or imperfect bear-
ng, and when it to entirely cIoes denes is
the result, a unless the iafammation am be
taken oat sad this tube restored to its normal
madities, beain will be dat ed SMever
mine emas out of ten are mebys tarrh
wbicb is neth but ashamed eoditl of
She -me...
We wi give O. Handred Dellas far any
cm eathes messedd bymntarrb) that *aa
ast be eared by H&Sl Ctarrb Care. Seed for

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possibilities of a great development in Corn pro-
has given wonderful results in heavy yields of
solid corn and prevents White Smut. What it
has done for others it will do for you. IDEAL
BRANDS include special formulas for all crops,
made from proper materials, and sold cheaper
than any other brand on the market.
Write for prices.

Seed Potatoes---Rose No. 4

Ideal Potato Manure

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wi_ SIns .hernse dM
whMlu a-erat that t
s I I ftIthepoedmem
,r. ON. W nMy oN personss ,
the ofw beasote
u anpe4psevamve are know.
a de olaw y that be oats
SbaNmMmad m may beoem
A a w tU i ske.a .
*sI e e C my p.e-
">,''tt \ bt s l i t as
m te* wRAe havimt n eat Meem
# fcoom rs Sr. nWaWls-
that It cets t so iB t the log run
a.d s eat est etambmted mb-.
Seteauff that has been bol.
Spby eoAorming matter sand pr-
fntml ke ths of the maMe-
e. tar now turning out to-

Ni atsse toAM akwan PltW
h set. I a lm. to thk
US oemine dnol 4u lwm a t
W -i" ws lose as the pube
V bua whvat they make. After a%,
ub .youM m uldM dews c to et,
tw of ptttirua eams why the
t.4 are made and slad Imply
beme people eam be hMS to buy
th.m t w ym. It t r t eth SpO -
aw ftu s. t st wl- H pol tfeyd
6 ita9t What they buy thal be
p mO t vw et only pure mauti
Sa mustard of att. you dMo't
ma* er G t btyat what in't
Pret. Os te hbee f thIoan It maym
eM that mU d, but etamalyi dite-
M Of the mulmo. Tak*o the
Sst tat ap whbchs b oeebs muec
O tt hef soe astY. oue eas buy
0 pathe pu' ow mthbo for 2
ast a betle Teo ea bu edulter-
atol tcave Uor MW eamts a bote but
there is twie as mh cateclp. elal
lNehAw6In th d un bottl. o the t to
Wget as mu e the a- lteratemd artile
YO U eet p a oes.
e t M se*on the ma us eturers
m e spu No feeks is that they are
artem. They ear make a few

dtsts. Dt more *Bd more, I thaik,
thy ae begit-lo t. appreciate that
h*Mety I the be-t policy. In other
wea the d an who twrsm oat food
tat will stand the tat is thi man
whsee product. wll keep the market
leagggt na ienesse sales steady.
"Ia this respect It is eneouiagh., to
aot M aI aid, that mewagtures
Veiesmtinlmg I numbers and volume

adulterated goods I recently attend-
eS a couventlom of ceanners, at which
there were 2000 delegates. Resol-
tite wes piaed In favor of te pure ,
1se laws, sad the delegates pledged
themselves to rapport then. That is

moof of the tread of public sentiment.
Our great hop, though, lies In the
pIstet education of the bying
pbe. It camaot be empehasied too
!ft00 ttat the ual decision rFa
withe t eO msemr. If he refugee to
F tampue ftods no manufacturer
wiN be willic to loeee his money by
making staff that cannot be sold. It
Is the gUllibe the Ignorant and the
crlm who W ecorage minufaeturing
o Impure food.
"Meat of the canned oods on the
inket- today are gBttle of adultera-
Mt ad ateady Improvement Is to be
StA la other things, sch aa pre-
mre, which are not sterlled. We
aem at ay rat forcing the manufac-
tras to obey the law. For tatance.
the w noe romer aen meh n ore
haUat them they ,d to bi. ee of
AM2 d- ---*

pos mV^-ml::se |
sthalk *u ti e teamtewas

Ba y t staft ft
I =*- M f ,C
af.o ,ty. t" fteer, a. A.
pWha at the tmane a theme i ew was
Lvas to him at the erauat of Mayer

T-il a Gleayma Vietery
ITotuhe hlreeda ime Tes. A ma's
fe b ee d. aend aw Or. Kin'l. New
DiHiery is ethe ak of the tewas sr cari
T. N.owrer deadly lunahemr a 6. 1I
ehui sbad wekerasss hithe wirtui, tM
th oistws wic m as ao buti aft. s
Dr. Kheti New Dienw ths weeks. I es
lte a saw snA amt ado good work
tpIo" ohr weak, L or dieneed I
saeo t oedor he ad. W her to
a iales. P eo.fantd1.00. Trial
fee. Sold and amsMobteed by Banmer

Hew Seminelee sury Their Dead.
Seminoles bury their dead on top
at the ground after wrapping them
a blakets, but always leave the top
of the head expoeed. They build a
pea over the body and usually chink
it with earth. When his squaw dies
the husband weans his shirt until it
rots off. which is not strikingly dis-
tinctive. When the husband dies
the squaw doesn't comb her hair for
three months. Little reverence is
shown for the dead. When Tom
Tiger's grave was robbed and his
bones taken for exhibition the out-
cry over the-desecration was almost
wholly a newspaper affair. The
nearest settlers were unalarmed and


d u am .f t br emmaned by "a e.
aie liver. Ai aser ake ea ecra and
irutaIk, earned mtehat anyd mysaldelres-
we Mad may "MA dti-i"y. Ba4ud'.
liver s her If Ieets bauemamout of
-H- *kele ttedy. A peatvae eareehr
te le lever
anmao nm P ae Ia TuegWvin*s

He Know it Wase ound.
A clergyman while going to
church one Sunday morning lost a
pocketbook containing valuable pa-
pnm After the service he made
wn his loes and said that who-
ever found the pocketbook and re-
stored it to him would be well re-
An old man immediately rose up
at the back of the church and cried
"It'sA found, sir!
"Oh, thank you, thank you, my
man!" said the clergyman. "Have
you got it with you
"No, sir," answered the man,
"but I comedy that why myself after
you did, and it wasn't there then."
-London Answers.

any Sleeplem WNights, Owing to a
Perlatent 0ough. seliof wound
at Leat
"For several winters past my wifehas been
troubled with a most persistent and disagree.
able cough, which invariably extended over
a period of several weeks and caused her many
leeples night," writes Will J. Hayner, edi-
tor of the Brley, Colo., Bulletin. "Various
remedies were tried each year. with no bene-
flcial results. In November last the cough
again put in an appearance and my wife, act-
inl on the suggeton of a friend, purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The
result was indeed marvelous. After three
dom the cough entirely disappeared and has
mot Muifes itself sine." hiremedy i
for ale by Tltusville Pharmacy.
"Well, if that ain't the limit!w
mused the postman as he came
down the steps of a private resi-
"What's the trouble?" queried
the passing citizen, who haa over-
heard the postman's noisy thought.
"Why," exrplined the man in
gray, "the woman in that house
says if I don't come along earlier
she'll get her letters from some oth-
r earrier."-Chici go News.
Wahlngteaons Plague Spots
lie in law. m. wk...--.. .. a*.

co ,se of a few hours, he would .m
probably eouider that his inform- ? "- ?!
ant was demented. But that Io- 4, I, A ---
digious loa represent the amAweight yrea
of air which every person of aver- Choty PMUitL
age use is always bearing, al- e -
though, as the pressure is equal on
all sides, the cumbersome burden i |
not only not felt, but under certain e-' 0

the barometer stands high, indicat- deeSsrwEBI g tdI.
a ing that the pressure ib increased, a doe l bet erk bowels t- oem
sense of minvigoration ia experienced, sipatsd. As~ your dosor f he baows
which passes away when he has been anything abeter the n Ayrs Pils forcor-
relieved of the additional hundred- rectlg tis sluggshoess of the liver.
weight or two which he was carry- b* y 0. '. .iml.em.M .-
ing. Some idea of the tremendous
reassure of the air may be gathered The M*uad BuildWe.
by'placing the hand firmly over the N. H. Winchell, writing in the
receiver of an air pump and ex- Popular Science Monthly, dwells
haunting the air therefrom. A large upon the enormous antiquity in
hand measuring eight square inches their present habitat of the In-
would then, if the air were cor- dian tribes who constructed the
pletel ezhmisted, have a weight of "mounds." The great variety of
exactly a hundredweight pressing dialects, none of which are con-
upon its upper surface. Only a nected with those of Europe or
Samson would have sufficient mus- Asia, indicates, he says, either that
cular force to lift that load and re- the present population originated
move his hand from the mouth of from a number of successive migra-
the receiver. tions or, which as more probable,
Although our atmosphere is so from a continuous occupation of
transparent and so diaphanous, yet A- erican soil. It is certain that
its total weight is com uted at the the mound builders were the ances-
enormous total of five thousand five tors of some of the existing tribes.
hundred million millions of tons! Both the Algonkian stork in the
And when this ponderous element northeastern United States and
is set in violent motion, as i a hur- Both the Algonkian stock in the
ricane, its weight and density are great plain west of the Mississippi
more readily realized, for then, were mound builders. In Minneso-
when in all its fury the unseen air ta the two stocks coincidentally oc-
is mally rushing along or furiously cupied the territory, dividing it be-
whirling around and around at the tween them at the same time when
rate of a hundred miles an hour, the white man's invasion began.
nothing except the most solidly
rected strutures can withstand its -
infuriate and fierce onslaughts. AM OLD ADACE
Great tree e felled in a moment, Ai o, moerb
stacks of corn or hay agreed sAY 8ots
to the winds, and even human be- t A mat ple Is aa heavy eian e
wings struck by the tornado are hurl- SlmeIme makes a mie ht pa e.
ed to the ground or even caught up rThe Io -s the eA~ t ---b--
and whirled through the air like osnS!o h l-- -- --iase r -
feathers in a gale.r-A. Banker .nUtedt

Range of EyeTisht.Tlls
Those who are curious in such i i i
matters may be interested in testing i ns w e sof Il
the correctness of the conclusions r w mo I i
of Dr. Schnecker of Munich con- ao to the rest tohe whote mot-
corning the distance at which peo- ter, thoroughly, qikldy ale-ly
ple can be recognized by their Taces -a reato the actim e the
and Afgures. If you have good eyes, UVER to uemmal mailt.
he says, you cannot recognize a per- ve tone to the ys
son whom you have seen but once solMid* to t h bod[.
before at a greater distance than
twenty-five meters (eighty-two feet). Take No Sustitute.
If the person is well known to you,
you may recognize him at from 50 ah$
to 100 meters, and if it is a member
of your family even at 150 meters.
The white of the eyes may be seen uc hmtm S .
at from twenty-seven to twenty- un se1
eight meters and the eyes them- r ofI
selves at seventy-two to seventy- x etwmasse
three meters. The different parts emFOR a 0 ? eNiy
of the body and the slightest move- rm w ,wni.udthes msetdor
ments are distinguishable at ninety- tFSAMOUS COLLe cTION
onhemeters. The limbs show at 182 -. *.. S.
meters. At 540 meters a moving | uts"w-s "S
man appears only as in indefinite I ''" ** *- ."

form, and at 720 meters-2,361.6 w rt.e.*,r d tso...i In* .1, p, '1
feet-the movements of the body I .r w i or .aw ,..nd ineivT. ..g r .4
are no longer visible.-Youth'sCom-| Isis RA. st. eN____ford. oIIianO

Use For an Oil Fine.
A movement was recently started In W T ed
the Texas legislature to use part of l WOw S S dS
the Waters-Pierce Oil company's fine Fee T1W
of $1,000.000 to establish a great state
park on the battlefield of San Jacinto.
The last of this ground the state pur- U G den F u
chased a few days ago. Thirt years in bunm with
a steadily inereaming trade every
This is just the time of year when you are O te largest bnu s in seeds
most likely to have kidney or bladder trouble in this country-is the best of
with rheumatism and rheumatic pains caused evidence as to
by weak kidneys. Delays are dangerous.
Get DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills, and S UpTkOr Quality
be sure you get what you ask for. They aire Of Wood's Seeds.
the best pills made for backache, weak lack.
urinary disorders, inflammation of the bladder We ar headquarters for
etc. They are antiseptic and act promptly. Grass and Clover Seeds
We sell and recommend them. Banner Drug S ? O? I S Oats
Store. See Po oes S eed a n s
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5tor iMt heM tp uet m
p and awas JI-et a year ags.
hat. att eat Joosie_ .M -.

Wans 3. mth w as brother h
Stat Ms. @ noh oaenM.

.- teld bmedtUm tubmuau
. Xofk. i IB Blmaskint

' mum. Bi mh ss, # d m. bi
am somehes $ a t oiwume

Asa a lttet of det te mrt C OK
gag tm ty h avey
0" "seM with their wifo ofsSDm
4. tha he M t the cape

de bde moth ter f sth. E1 lhth
thmathohas he h ated Mh
e ft h sther. Mr. Ura Smith
ebramO w os ews ofsdon tbe bout
a rare Peoris atis.l rug for =AM
w sent nIt to the Metr. po8ta mu-
gems. cconpmaod oely. It is saWd by
h M a nd. Be ate .wl a set -spwe
t he w vy t the Britewpeobty.
1My1. my-0 samd the witt of John
*Orl, he who has served twenty-iat
years s an empoyee t the factory
a" ander the terms of the wi ies to
reesiv $100 "It uW be welcome,
ru -n. A thentd dollars on't
Me everyday. M ealar to thitk
wat Me to do with It The first
I@ to wait ti we agt it We

u at mid Robert ~ Ight,
old ga~sbeser oa the factory.

h|p s ft eh a Is N sow

patsti I
a4 .' are -

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m e..Ie '-Mf JUN
Mr eft her ;atwdea i year.

A4 rat a naUoma benp and hoas
1 wat the Me hadreot
A UwmdM t for appease:y

And yet a ahou'atlp mtad hope
I a!r daslMt oal aUe ybreoad

A nd taf toe A loble s mld fl.
.ar a Nme arm te ar the mom
Per whebehoat thiN man was beea
Atn, ts hn tue r use ways,b
She dsin thew forum's prale
Ads A esan tearths -hs baes has
or eeat a.da sway a Wetsuithe
We dtnho of b ur door stersd ;
mes Dekotrot ie *t a des to *nskmO M

A'teaobsem spot, a sob oest.
AA mairtyk paltm upon his breast,
M a tblmblme foral of heia fetr.

As, gatousitude and MaISeS,
v al tNdo ath kal ebs. &
o8 vmwho sve him tour ow

taW Wi amhmen *dooro nedoby
sea or Iau saWway, methingaeededlat
es sDMt Amireni msave to ebduimn-

asts emass ur pArsm. a iee asarn
$ku* loom

WUhs L. Mser Tells lHw It Produeos
Fbie Amenoma
Tie Aerican people owe their In-
deMale spirit of enterprise to the
ever en*ate atmosphere conditions
a the Unfted States, according to
WIUls Mooe, director oe the weath-
er bwwar at Washlnstom, who made
this asM tIn l the course of a lee-
tem 4ba torm and Weather Pow
suo~ at Columia u--venrty, Is
New Ts, the other afternoon.
Mr. Moore saM that Mark Twash a
emepti0 of 1few 4 nNtNad weet"
Via net "ereOe as mm -ple
I Iad tat It was the easw w at
imrUn 'plbst thse shftung weath-
wr eeaMem that has beeo sspeeom
Me for the wodertal crop of Intellee
teal m that has eome frot this t-
"AD th adtorm of the country sem
to converge ea the New mgolaad
east,"u suM Mr. Moore, "and the
rthw t winds that prevail rng
down the bJrigoating fresh air for
both the physical and mental as.
They may be saMd to provide the beek-
bon for the AflarIm en atteo"

Prim PF r 14 Aut Rae..
Paa have been eomptleted by the
battle AutemobBe etab for a tram
eantianetal eihntaace autemoble race,
the can to finish In the stadium of the
Ask a-Tako Paetfi exposition at
battle during the opening week of
the big iMlr. In a letter Robert Gag-
genbel agreed to present a 2,000
trophy to the winnitn ear and also
eash prices to the amount of 5,830, to
be divided among the first ve to

True Womanly Beanty
No wmMsa me be truly bmatiftil who has
eow Mpstois euMased by a torpid liver.
Sbe beatital woman must have good
health, ad this ean be eomaplshed by os-
mdonlly uaig St. Joseph's Iver Beulao
eitherr ador powder Syolike bet). It
keeIgt web ope, p-g off the pomon-
oeM, te r ms -r i ti s way parule
the bleed ad Mks la emrlna the omplezi-
ion. AUIl woMaehaM omoallymmSt.
J hOa Ba lw iverI a Liquid 8c ocsat

th 44 uen aps, a
sa mn inahmem eO athi peide at
ta ete. I eAt yeau wanmfg team
hea a-e atte- as has the msm
Shiands aan e pected a O
m am wely owne e aseIaty
prabow1 that he wO b the.flmt
at orMe.. e
MaS gbs ba ha Ts i ou Usnessem

- A sS w thay vrnier w Uh w.a-

i f e *a rid"of the we aii-dnm
th OMM. Prim i Uatse am by
Titualk Pearmeh Ia a Dmu hmie.
NHw Hea .t Him.
A New York dramatist was one
evening visiting a well known play-
er's dressing room when there was
handed in an appeal for financial
assistance, written in the French
language by an actor, a Britiaher,
who prides himself on his knowl-
edg of that tongue.
To the dramatists astonishment,
the player to whom the note was
addressed immediately proceeded to
hand the messenger the amount
asked for.
"Surely, Henry," interposed the
friend, "you're not oing to let him
have the money ? Why, the man is
known everywhere a--
"Yes, yes," interrnted the oth-
er, "I know tha t. ut you don't
suppose I can afford to hare him
going about town telling every one
that I can't read Frenchr--Har-
per's Weekly.

Tihe Demeth C4L
Experts have held that the so
called "cat" of the ancient Romans
and Greeks ("ailurus," the wavy
tailed one) was not a cat at all, but
a kind of weasel. The mnmmif-ed
Egyptian animal, however, was a
genuine cat, even if certain pecul-
arties about its teeth make it dif-
ficult to regard it as a near relative
of the modern domestic puss. The.
exact origin of the latter remains
a puule. It appears first myste-
riously in the middle ages, when it
was decidedly rare and highly
pr d throughout Euarope, though
the wild cat still abounded every-
where, and experts have not been
able to satisfy themselves that the
domestic cat and the wild one are
really the mme.-Chiceag New.

Baby Hands
will got into mchiehl-oftes it mesa buarn
or cuat or cald. Apply Ballard's Snow Linl-
meat Just as soon as the accident happens, and
the pain will be relieved while the wound
will heal quickly and nicely. A sure care
for sprains, rheumatism and all pains. Price
Mc., Sc. and $1.00 a bottle. Sold by Titus-
ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum Sets you
crazy. Can't bear the touch of your dothg.
Doan's Ointment cures the most obstinate
cases. Why *offer? All drugists sell it.

Mr. Scade' Filoeky Fads.
"Yes," continued Mrs. Bunchesi
Scads, "since we become well off
Scads is th' most finicky man ever.
He has one o' them newfangled hu-
man doors to keep his cigars in, an'
th' other day he bought a clock
with one o' them autocratic denun-
ciators that calls th' hour, to say
nothing' about having th' walls o' his
den done over in dunlap and th'
floor covered with administer rugs."
-- icago Record-Herald.
Ask Tourself the Quetion
Why not se Chamberlain's Lniment when
.you have rheumatism? We feel smre that the
result will be prompt and atis actory. It
has cared others, why not you? Try it. It
coas bht a trife. Price S cents: large size,
50 ents. For mal by Titusville Pharmacy.
If you need a pill take DeWitt's Little Early
Re. Inoit on tem gentle, eamy, plemaant
UtWe liver pills. bold biy Barnner Drug Store.
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Is what you need Mr. Florida Meroh-
ant to make your investTnert in this
stook a success.

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n empty Vbte of thanks He
proti-la to our wives and ehild
le us ow our appreciation
Sratitude by raising a puram o
lest $00.0 In honoring this fault
sheriff. I will give $5.00.
Sand your abascription to
Wager or C. H. Walton, TItuV
who will publish list of donation
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.* I wish to extend to my many friends and cum
m my sincere thanks for the liberal support and v
"ome coded me during my 10 day clearance a
S JMckmled, and to announce that my new spring go
re feet arriving and that I will in the course of a v
So.w days have the finest line of men's and boys' clo
a g, boots, shoes, hats and furnishings and ladies' a
Scildren's, shoes, hosiery, etc., ever shown in Tit
v Mle open for your inspection.
To meet your demands, to fulfill fairly and squa
ly your expectations, to disappoint in nowise, to mn
K fast friends, to extend prompt and courteous treatmi
without regard to the amount of your purchase, I
same srit of welcome whether you come to buy
only to look, continual effort to increase your coi
dence, low prices for quality that is the best of its ki
desire to have you think of this store AS THE STO
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1L 1 AM*, of Mbalabal.
I pia, andboa owned by John Ho b and sold on alorig 1 p
klss. l sU ON. th Pb ird ffi ussi m-wuv
I h is 1w a-sio s m i l@am ,--ab in ib oa t c-m r- -
sif peed ,i. 12 Bsls, eonwm 6 mUm, coBefVDMr WTMB -y$v, TMAw 0 mrT-* aC t s A M
&i t*h wee W about en ries. The ,
o Bhrlsde.Coa.c.W.Fowler.,wonA* TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
rfor prle;tbehIdaMy, Mr.,Bejeof--,W-,o__
Melborne Beah, seeond prise; the
Indian, P. A. MeMillan third prize.
In the third elm, motor boats
riW speed 12 miles and over, the entries
Me- were TateSept, Geo. Giagra;- K- E. L. Brad t Bro 8
ty Sparks, S. S.Singleton,West Palm t '
r the Beach; Nebo, Mr. Allen, New Smyr- Dealers In
eity, Gallib; course 12 miles. First prize HAY, GRAIN& FERTILIZER
his went to Nebo and second to BabyRT
Bullet. Thecourse was triangular We invite the public to vbt out
s Banse around ri: We invite the public to visit our
In the tub race first prie went to store and inspect our stock and ern-
M Haold Redstone, second t Alexan- estly request that you get our price
an ider Hodgeon, Jr, The tub race was before you spend money elsewhere
is a very amusing and drew a large crowd
n. p IWe can sae you money
and The greatest event of the day, of
Sat ourne, was the baseball gamne be-u m one
hful twen Stetson and K. M. I. on the
K. M. I. camps. The game was wit- Ask us for prices and allow
C. B. nemedbynottlesthan800peopleand us to piove this assertion
Villa all were well pleased. Both sides We are agents for Ballard's Obelisklr, Chase
e sored one run in the first inning and & Sboe ts forand BarrditonHabelk Steel Cut
neither side scored again until the Coffees. Also the celebrated Mapes Fertiliser
fifth inning when K. I. scored and The famous Royal Scarlet brand of canned
there was nothing doing then until goods-the finest food products in the world
it'. theeighth inning when Stetson scored
- tyin the game. Both sides settled E.L. BRADY & BRO
s" down to business then and neither LBAD.
d side scored again until the 14th in- Tiil la
sl. ning when Stetson got in the winning t
score. Score 2 to 3, favor Stetson,
14 innings. Many brilliant plays were
nea pulledoff, notably a home run by the
ad weather of the K. M. I. team and the
my double play by the K.M.I. team.
The second batman of the Stetson Ile L um b i1
-s- Titusaille Lumber Company!
team mae a sensational one-hand U i
t ur ng a couple of somer- TiUMi
salts and coming up with the ball. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ILC.R.R.
It was hard to tell which was the
home team, as the Stet n teamhad Sa ad Plaing ISs Dry [ i s
somamyfrieads amongthe visitors V
rooting for them. Manufacturers of
The was dioed by a Sand ball
ato. atthe W. hall and tothe ballA
-d-e.alopraise is FLORIDA PINE
committee a great deal of praise is
pat-due for their abors. ThemiwRough and Dree
furnished by the K. M. I. orchestra Rough and Dressed
ale and everyone voted it the best music. .
we have ever had here. All grades ceiling, siding, flooring
ods and shingles
ery on w^ cn ar n'i. *I SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY
y On th west coast of India i Prompt attention to local orders
th- placenta, whose shell oe sists of a *o
md pair of roughy circular plates about g_
six inches in diameter, thin and D.H. 8PELL Dr. J. C. 8PEL. B-_i-*-- s---
.S. white. In the early days of English B T E D R
rule in India the shells were em-
ployed for window panes. Cut into
little squares, they produced a very
Lre- pretty effect, admitting light like
Frosted glass. When the Bombay T'itiaUe 11e, P'lo rida
e ning of cathedral was built, at eenth century Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
ent windows were paned with these oys- Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
the ter shells. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we

or Notice of Fish Law haven't in stock
Notice is hereby given that at the A R . A
f. next session of the legislature ofthe INDI N IVER C OM PANY
state of Florida, the undersigned in- I AI
nd, tondapplyforthepassagefalaw Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
RE in the tide water'of the counties of --
Brevard, St. Lucie and Dade. at Competitive Prices --
mEt Coast n ie eWorth AL LENHURST, F LA. (HAULOYER CAnAu
R. Whyte
Win. Garrup
C.I. Yarborough East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
Wm. Sikes Ap,
R. W. Godfrey Dealers in Lumber and Building Material, Sash, Doors, Blinds
Chas. Cousan Paints and Oils, Builders' Hardware and Crate Material
Carl Anderson Write us for anything in the line of Building Material
Fredvins Yards at Cocoa, Eau Gallie and Fort Pieroe

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