'.Urs. wBm obin s~ha mtd te do arL .
,.,- .m e e .m Wmhagtm e 1 bo- th -. vane-
am.-, ee- dbyM r.. Mr. J. I-e tyo ches, 5PI and
SJ .re, Jr., a.d moe hisbounhd b .16the
hsts nto amW the Ar of thois and other colors, iem ala1 Mm.at
Mr. O WNea, the chtef at the Hotel r 61a-re*. 12*yed
I Diza, set ru d north the AM of the6 Galatees, popu w ear
w&kto preprefor hissamena. Hkiras thmqoere re deir"
anent In' Atlantatict Mr. Fred for ladies aid boWeuy' site mid
-dak, oft D edia n Fla W.nd V worth Uante, ak ela
Mm at the Dixie. Ksh tr.., and dre suit
Aid, i oA mdad .ow b.loeng to Mr. .3B. eases at ruonae ic .
i 1 tie-- ^* -- tiand ----- a -- S S ts i,,- -
9o jWmu 0 Of the ow The r u or .
dot dotecownhad hydrophoa wa *A eie of good, substantial u-m.
Without a partly odtiion. brell, M of a t lity of
,_m., =, ot- a. Mrs . Dixon of Co, et priedka nice meort$.t of $h.
l J--par-t of Monday and Toemday in Tito- No need to send away or attr
Set an unkn wills mon&a vist with Mrs. C. F. lscber, we earry a ftl and line
W -t y b to s d returaing home Tuesday afernoon. a Mn. M h in 0ock at the pop-
rI, be heA we the O wtatm Mrs. LFIhers, expecats pen II #Cents ea ,
-, n tod I h for Dw ark abmot the so.-UMt i orM,.
Saa w de Iay; much to the rem'
mS let her may frs hers. For Rest Furniehed
SM i*ue hot th e Mr. Geo. M. .obbin and Mater The Taylor cottage, Titusvlle, will
B1.-V "MMhe t wo iml with Geo. Walker are resent prchalers of e vaant March fth. Term on
Mr. at l id ed UWI Mbkbeth.ad the well known and popular her appliaetln to Mrs. Taylor.
*ofJ wjh M I I m l. Johmon biy e, wic they bought Lyceum Comedy Co. Contest
ewee at "one the past week at Indian Biver Music Tde coe frtg at,
Ss ai Hooe. The Iver Johnson Co. is the Thecontestfoithegodwatchpmy
aSr*wM. t idIno l theMed. oldest manufacturer of bicycles in nted by the m ecm CviuedyCoigh.
h*.m .Ji wI s be the e r this country, having been in the bus- the young lady wing the high.
So- a.---. dIeas. but th. head-hinnsm for the past twenty-five years wk t
to be s W d from the body ome- and have certainly made good in that week w asoneto wad
ii_ I.* after they are c htor they time to win the great reputation they loe o ewhtion
.. sinkttheir tthi-dinto thir own have. .Thatdaytcer
,,,> / I Ap j i I = *l u. *_ *'-' --^--x_ .. ....upon "lour ontektant-Miss Annie
E- "s "edin" thepolio through FUORNTUR.M, DRY GOODS SHOEB Norwood. Min B ertie Peacock, Miss
n S"OLH j'. ill am 1gg xirL^ 5,i bl Thieh, lrn- Lt..... W..Kag ,..^git Collin s Mad M- Bohater wsl
:. theeF _lsMag of t ioa Itis aa -,,, --- te Collins and Mt helen Wilas
,m s e --s -es at he M_.ay Dble ri3EemSS& se. mon, with the result that Mis Nor-
Sri moro ida at wtl ehat edt- mo. Ikstands I wood won the watch by a large ma-
Sgre olor. T e r t.. pepper t her vote being Mss
a 1Asf "me t the crew o this CE A&S A. GAuDN, 'PhmoeI Peacock stood next .ith about 64,000,
r of a k .or sMiss Collins about 60,000 and Miss
M. ad i -howsever, a a re a tadkolort T a Pickerts Playlng Titmville Wilson 49,000.
S,.e This popular dramatic company is The watch i a very handsome chat-
D' e pt ,yteosandWlA ttacky- now playing return dates at this elaine, open face, plain case, and is
lrts t T" weNnmaght innieteen place for this season, appearing at most highly prized by the fair young
otmam, wel out, off Jupiter ilt the opera house last night, tonight lady who won it.
maeowor lof. h u.ownfspecies and toinon ow afternoon and even- At O
have been poured on the ing. Lst night the Pickerts pre- u htusvilleof
cheeks during the last two months. Story rented Killarney on the Rhine, a the laCpt h.CF i e sl
book seae serpents are of tremendous tragedy drama full of life and inter- or rent. A ply to Mrs. C B. King-
Sle but the Moray makes up what t fromstart to finish, and while man, ne t door.
t l, e, I o s sd the attendance was smaller than us-
S Nao h ey of aearane was n pprecave hou. Florida Postmasters to Meet
SPierce to Savan Tonight the play will be Dora The annual convention of the Flor-
e. ,-fN. m a sBaucceTful eleven-day trip as Thorne, an all new vaudeville pro- ida Association of Postmasters will
? ^ ^ B E tirp. a. Jrl2 gti in 00sae80 00 duction which will be sure to please be held in Jacksohville April 13,14
^ .1 m. Iand 5,000 lackh r, allofn everybody. A matinee entitled Hap- and 15. The membership of the as-
V r *wH praaB grouper anda000 h~iseknsh, all ofan- Hooan will be layd tomorw *sociation is composed of postmasters
M : e desk ll lte usully good asie and quality. It py wll be Played tomor- f the first, second and third class
?ltw lle cm adecidedly breezy trip at times row afternoon, and the play for to- offices, and indications are that every
|k" sadiT P- smack returned minus her morrow night will be announced to- office of importance in the state wil
iAK a-L W wffl nih gs There was muc troug be represented in the convention. -
p. (Jr~l 1J~lT ,M MR at T11 oL ^The Pickertsare the favorites with Times-Union.
is sdto a ll bet in weather encountered, but th Tituaville theatre goers and we hope raying
ucMeeeed in landing a big catch any- to see a iar g akttentdn Drayotgorihatiang ofakindsprompt-1
q1g^ she B t how. A big green turtle was a val- ahis wl yp b ly attended to. Meet all trains.
B>me he e1 C^feature of the oatch. fose at the theatrical season. H. E. HoLTon,
Cumin, 11 lnft I T litusv lle, Fla.
II ,11tmwille, The Novelty Store Country Produce Wanted Launches for Sale
SBoos waned at H2 ft., 21ches forp.ale
Pietures Candy GUaKN & GALE, Proprietors. 25 ft., 5 h. p.
FPostGods Toy P. O. Box 125. Cocoa. Fla.
s IL M. DODSoN. Gun Repair Shop.
hot tot Is. Guns stocked and shotguns re- BoUding Material
Si. su Sw *i amnd Grapefruit Tree bond. All work guaranteed. Have just received car load of nails,
^ .- 0Grow. at Shiloh, Fla., on high Hamiy BEW Ttusville, Fla. plain and galvanized;, car load of
s 'N nmok.PFree from wm d h and carload of doors.
M. isft year a two year old Notice to Tax Payers Write as for on the above or
6. 35 eto ceats. Careful- The tax books for year 1908 willayth else th line of building
- trlisdanmd delivered at Oak I elose on first Mondaye in Aril. 1909. mate5l.
alp* a.t atm, ,ro, a
b eefs P. t Ro. nH dmet
doe -tmms we96w ,Sto
1 Mi m M WW m, -d-ne
lA edm d"y rom hbu DNft fr a
OD and mthe pretw H linea s
Iotora. showrere tt"m s
n blood, tan, bwn, gun metl,
patent aher. If you look you will
boy, at Bran ing'es.
The fedM grand jury sitting at
Jacmmvile this week indicted Jo
Sampson, thBconfesmed ygmen, ton
dthe hargeof bd -p"mtAd2 in the
DytonaoMponde fo robbiey.
Greenm we very muck In hevmoee
in a1tumleaWen f eseday,8L.Pat,
rei odet pgad oflowrl uadto
Amrihanm elors fm thg a hapM
omblatlon to tih memor of the
Mr. W. H. Hall s eed the an
nal edonle of the Grand Lndge,
Kdihts at Pthias, which waso bld
in Miamio last Wedeeday, Thursday
and Friday, M beid d th dele
from theI P.nLodo the aofy MU lle
Returning holne Saturday. Mr. al
atimhe Pythian, were dlghtd with
dents of this place in Miami that it
Crusers Movinge Northward
Thetseasonfor cruising yachts be-
iag northward bound from the south-
east meto FlMordasnow fualyon
and they are going past thisplace in
wiumbes Sunday o the A ecruisner
with wife and maid, after cruang
three months on the coas blow her,
are back again with their tiny crulser,
the Betty S., and are spending a few
days at Allenhurast before leaving for
Jackso ville and a few days to be
spent on the St. Johns river. The
Balkwill houseboat, which has been
at Allenhurd for several weeks, was
brought here Monday for storing up
at Nelson's marine railway for the
summer, and the next two wneks
yachts gone until another season. for
Convicts Le sed for Four Years
At a meeting of the commissioners
of the state, held ia Tallahassee re-
cently, the contract for convicts was
awarded to the Florida Pine com-
pany, of Jacksonville, at $281 per
capital per year. Seventeen bids were
brought in. The contract, as let,
was for the hire of state convicts for
a period of four years, to begin Jan.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
as follows: Lot No. s eetion 36,
also lot No. 3. setioo in township
31 south, range 39 east. Thisland is
unimproved but finely coated. For
further particulars addre
E. M. Low,
Standard Sewing Machine
The best and g htt annug on the
market, does bot hain and lok stitch
on the same machine. Canbe furnished
with either rotary or vbrating shuttle
Spot cash prie or easyet
toms or 74*SJ
.e' '~ r
- a -
ft em Am-
5~q se mu efm b
aw j~tfa %ole tealt I is tkI Ln
~blagou" ;j" pow y w MnIof
aS~rb"Wtfathan Mab JefIN
bhe tw~bec who ismass.
a% is-p e aiNoinw anVMSW=
I"$= eshwh at the slihlet hitNo
4d 0 -1 &"*at. Noebas very
W" Wmwa bhaurad very twade
Wa frnqa. I have hear It safted very
am s the W th A t the
*Oh. W dshe hahs4."Jbn doesas
heSh am ad I do 4- 1Mba"
Ift y" uMmi e Weewasyour 1Wa
we* to othomg that ane not good
agoI bmw.' MUs Jefffin e~s aq
easeL "And ft that easeI ahways
tm W us *bmabot it ad maskhim met
ISbs astawife soud.W
an VOWul ftm asgamin e y may so
mi tatbe Uft theuhgt ter y sak4
MTat IftotWM .He quk bInghoboo
ch e was tkird ot It, Anibe will
P Gsh f b maomup bh isnd to.
to al about I. I mallathat Jim
seint bmgIn ma. Ho beloWg to
"I w tmery Jft becaume he wasn
a 9SeW. Ouswasv a gesulme lore
metb.We leveSeachoterno. I
ftef L A.
S% e se- iwm a shirt slee-ed
A mai ame ef the last car-
H l wha- eaorridor one,
been h*a shed MMLbeingmastukaly
did the ". running
deng Al othemW remaied ha
end M I a he M, ardM U w i n the
aqe. By the time he had recov-
h t e-lamte, so heat me
amemed-the oar attendant.
"Vhl kind of an outrage is
Dt'eF e emaded of the attend.
dta. oHn i. I, mminocet pa
er l ing tis carr.ag, ~ut
ai n pa out of the stati.
adasly ase man rasn down the
lo W AAsriek"ing, mith, SmithIt
I 4eoft of the window, and he
ma hesup and almost knocks my
head toR No. I waent Wo.-
"hardo me," itearupted the at-
te s" aUl sar ame Smith ?r
No, it im, and that is just what
Wel th, sir, what did you
look out .t the window for? There
wnat anoany calling you, was
there-.tomin do TTtler.
Dean tia h knew of Sabbata-
iasene atog hIa eoatrymen even
stricter than thoee who almostt
lled" a man for whistling and
looking happy oa Sunday. There
wao the countryman who, asked by
a English artist to tell him the
snae of a local ruint d castle, re.
plied, "Its no the day to be speer-
ng se things." And therewasthe
cook whoee kitchen was provided
with a fine new roasting jack which
never topped. On Sunday her mis-
treas found it put oat of action, and
the cook explained that "she was nee
- to bhe the ue thin clack.
ig and running about in her kitchen
Sthe blessed Sabbath day." But
over some things even Scottish ab-.
batarians had no power. A henwife,
willing her fowls, remarked, "In-
deed, my leddy, they lay every day,
no excepting the blessed Sabbath.t
Cleaning a Cleek.
There is a very popular belief
that when once a clock has made a
trip to the locksmith's it is never,
thereafter just "right," and certain-
lv it is not desirable to expose a
clock to the unavoidable jolting that
the handling entails if it really does
not have a broken part, but merely
needs kecning, and this is very of-
ten the only trouble with the clock
that "won't go." Take a lump of
cotton about the size of an egg for
a medium sized clock, more for a
larger, and saturate it with kero-
sene, placing it on the floor of the
clock, after which the case should
be tightly closed. The clock should
be kept running, if it can be wound
without opening the case; otherwise
allow it to rn down. In four days
Smt et btred, gi.
dman the aisle, aud a adwoing
trro are decptive hing
are with blm veil halfwy og t
and, droppilag to the sat beside
Ss.id ptyruo- vocen of
I xcllent caiyMg quality:
D alin we can hove an oyster
Waterproof are deceptive thi&
The gray ire ted, and a rich
i aui' I may be, sor-I'll niver
be deayi' the name I've often s-
wI ad toibt Iiv not the daoin'
Sadte fa' eevsteas to, an re
aen rad r tha ee e tsr be-
He found her, rapidly, aad the
rrepesae titter that followed
bemir O imseam of oysotesn anm-
ed them mddemly to --aod me-
of ether intabtants than love aed
dves, evep in this reesMt of wold.
Stbum ah r deepwto e alaMe
cum bgay% bwre weInit, a sd a ini
be nm" the bMe kawome WhotWen an
Vht Th ib as h harel e weas bhi
ibruepreUve titterItlhat lloe
What They Were Dolg.
'Thre is a government official in
Washington to 'whom an unneces-
sary or inane question is as a red
r to a bull.
tas summer he made his usual
trip to Europe. On the first day out
from New York he was strolling on
the promenade deck when suddenly
there appeared before him a man
whom he had not seen for years.
"Why, professor!" exclaimed the
man. "To meet you, of all men!
Are you going across ?"
"Yes!" growled the professor.
"Are you ?"-Harper's Weakly.
of eood heltb should prevent sickness instead
of ltti tbemsemlv st sick sad then try to
care it So long as you keep your liver, bow.
a8s ad tomaeh ia a healthy sad aet*ve on.-
dition you won't get sick. Ballard's Herbine
relieves constipation, inactive liver and all
admh aad boweltroubles. Sold by all drug*
Honor For a Mexican Hero.
The government of Mexico has voted
an appropriation of $50.000 for a nmn-
samt to a humble hero-Jesus Garcta.
a locomotive enolneer. Garciaa year
ago bravely booked his enalae to a
beriag car Miled with dynamite and
hauled It out of Nacaeari, Mexico. He
saved the town fro master, but was
blow to pieces himself.
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 passageof 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 Flsh Co.
Indian River& LakeWorth
C. I. Yarborough
R. W. Godfrey
Iftsae ta mu'we
2%0 pepw WWI* sk g
y" UA uhslp ft br if i 4
ow om v*F-
Sold by Banner Dru tore
A ouxh GrammeM www~inyool hueuaenio
Ing OF8M kIa AA-a d Umof lbw Ml AbWIN MA u*be
kv6 in gvo ofd .i6s in mgnpei bmW
IAUARD asmOWSimLVT od
9804 Ma& umd SUN^b
hreaghost the GuM coasm #earw pow at a
p~u~ a s Glenb GmS@Wt Mary a~s~T m S -
gron wltane 11;zy end Vgr001edbSm mlI
smubsmlow aid usarer d ea oeiny hYew.mmE
By all mesathe bat u --Ih1kind for the pe pea isg mcdowof
Ploid.,and exeeflestfor home use.We oler m Zgetsc o
trees grows a menw, kmd-dlyay ol-maesbod imod"e posak
dg_&& and vs esa pu"ui16w e
SIWQOO Cash-$5W100 in Siockg e
of T11e Miami Cydhaw. c&,W e.wae
asmellr, instheo@Her mn=a& by sss .
faetawer of Nhigh pi. wheel. is 60 would. OW
la. I.e N prssur on its crank hanger hearings. therdire peaes mair w ad le M
eargy e any ordinary bicycl. The scee of eey f ot power t e -Med i t
I190 Models a re bei wi drop forged steel h eads, &. we d s. ees pe pa es ,.
and Irmso made of the higher grade mLM-- English e draws sealt u,
making R .cyc6a nearly mbremah, e. .e,. abeisan ad whia bifN
pemai. RfcyCls are shipped au over o world., beee o 1f 6thir ta 6ar
dwabfty and O.y rmsia.
1C..S"JSG EAL. *.-A. -a ..& I
* *,.-, 4 A qA~J
ii. *~ *s*~ *
- .4 $~1..
~. A"'.~ -
Ivu Or i PzaW SOCIAL CABINET.
O L no But they do know all about e ISmay smorm g Journey from their
t of, map and in tMhe way eims to the WSlte House together.
ecIthe rntOf govr the ow.- The h e of the secretary and Mrs.
do anh the npM. kaeR is delightfully located in K
m ar.e set M eat e. et ofR ixteenth street. or
wMooltl: o dbeet ve aveame, or the Avenue of
St, ao It ib severally dubbed
twIet TAg v'1iW time to time, and Is but a few
B b k e the White Houee. It is
S a bit of a walk, which Mrs. Knox
h", geite deghs L. Having been on
|,OW 5 i 45 term with Mrs Moot. wife of
S "M b a- a laa MtMe rWcent eeeretary of state, Mrs
a KRoGS is already Fonversant with her
r et18 and a Sotr the cabinet customs
vl mastmalty. ao moe knows them better.
M frankhat MacVeagk, who will
of" Stet to Mr. Knox at the White
M 5 WI s atefady acquainted with the
~~WIN= aft Jim ~Wmashlmu... 4Lk,..in&
'sam Wm ffiL.
~~ to WbiGhsL m
nom~ boa owit was thu Sal
a ab a th (plincarl. Vhs' h
"Pak her embasy ft th" a t t e
dft two"#A b at hr fbt beee ave
held bat through all the more mature
years of her U e. Hr father, Coras-
ina Wendell, went to Washingtoo
from Albany and lived in one of the
npacous old fash oed residences in V
street. As Mildred Weade she at-
tended Mme. Burr's fashionable school
with the girls of her set, many of
whom are now Interested Lu her return
am an oelal hostess.
Ther is no particular earm about
the Oe e of the postmaster general
eoer Mr. Taft's admmmsteatlon. It Is
killed by a bachelor, the rst to enter
the cabiet in a long tlme. 'rank H.
wtteeihcr Is without bhotees for his
menaea, but nevertheles he will an-
analy entertain the president and
Mrs,. Taft at dinner and otherwise dls-
pense the hospitality required of him.
He will he the most sought for dinner
guest In Washington, and if he ever
dines at home, except when be enter-
tale the president. It will not be the
fault of fashionable matrons.
The Two Mime Meyer.
Mrs. George von Lengerke Meyer.
wife of the retiring postmaster gen-
eral, who has been selected to serve as
secretary of the navy, is, like Mrs.
Knox, already an experienced cabinet
hosts and a friend of Mrs. Taft.
Besides this. Mrs. Meyer has been pre-
sented at foreign courts, has lived in
Rome, where her husband was ambas-
sador, and was transferred from there
to St. Petersburg, where through the
hottest of Russian troubles he acquit-
ted himself creditably. The two daugh-
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Miss Julia
Meyer and Miss Alice Meyer, are al-
most of a size, and, though they do
not look In the least alike, both have
dark hair and eyes, and they are al-
ways dressed exactly alike. They
have a natty little electric runabout,
into which they shop and make calls.
and they are seldom separated.
Nor is Mrs. Richard A. Ballinger a
stranger to Washington. Her husband.
who has been selected as secretary of
the interior to fill the place left vacant
by Mr. GarOeld, was formerly connect-
ed with the general land office, and
Washington was their home for some
time. Her new duties will bring her
more in touch with the official element
of society. for which she is amply
M Wilma in rd Opera
Unless Miss elora Wilson decdes to
give up the operatic stage, which she
is likely to do, and become her ta-
AM" -JAMin u
*a wa olawr'~liq Se NL ICrft
I) WWQ via -ba is tw --amew
mm bysi~ t a dwt dboksm
4" *"%saw us& t" n
-Night on Bald Mountain
Dn a lonely night Alex. Benton, of Fort
ward, N Y., climbed Bald Mountain to
e home of a neighbor tortured by asthma.
at on curing him with Dr. King's New Dis-
very, that had eared himselfof asthma.
Is wododertl medlaim soon relieved and
ikly eared his mseiher. later it cored
son's wife of a severe lng trouble. Mil-
= believe It's the latest throat and lang
reon earth. oug s colds, crop, hemor-
ages sad sore lasap samrely cored by it.
it for hay fav, Me AdI wan -a Omgh.
Banaer Drug Mone.
meo h e m i i
maom 4b3. "abe Bto
h Awewa rr Ubwe Se B **. er -
CNIEF JUSTICE FULLER'S SLP
*oe ee eoa me l.i... .
Toat what s a.umf mr
a do wh he wam a esat pre.
eMst e s thesa A glam. It bem
Thowm lknm sweetly dirat tead i-o
I wUam J wau Taft l d ol-m
am t swear that I wl fam u e-.
Uate tat- sana wule to tD beayt ofer
6" atty prierv, protect ao d
et so the "United s of ae Unibea
kwn a go "eceny that inadmin-
btess tee Pat er Jut Fulle now
at to epeat, pra b phrtas o wt-
OL WM aM Howatd Taft6 do il-
tel swat that l I sawl tl e
ese the easO oE president of the
Uatdt I wato amd w to thm bset of
pr ability protect o and dete t con-
ithe e t m of the Utnite d dtate
hief usice uller It is now
earned, In speaking the oath foa Mr.
Mr. Taft repeated, p It exactly so ut-
t ted It that he maid:
"Avi I will to the bet of my ability
preserve protect and execute the con-
sttutisa sof the United MatU."
Mr. Taft repeated It exactly as Chief
Justee VUler saM and thea bending.
kissed the Bible. Senator Knox. who
was stadtng beside him the oath
was admlalstered, noticed the devia-
thia from the presreda oath andS
ndgid him, saying ottily:
"Doma*t o t.,*
Of course the slight error made no
dlferese In the validity of the oath.
bht it Is being recalled with a smile
about the White House because of the
well known feat that Mr. Taft bas a
larger regard fo constMittionl limita-
tios than some other presidets have
MINE RESCUE WORK AS STUDY
Novel experiment tatsen Inetalled at
Urbana by Illnois University.
The technologic branch of the United
States geological survey, In co-qpera-
tion with the Illinois geological sur-
vey and their ollee of engineering of
the University of Ill1nois, bas Installed
in the mechanical laboratory of the
university at Urbana, Ill., a branch
station for Instruction in general mine
rescue work and for investigations of
The equipment consists of a gas
tight room fitted up to ryemble a
mine and into which poisonous gases
are introduced, four 'oxygen hel-
mets with the aid-of which men are
able to enter this poisonous atmos-
phere and perform work similar to
that required after a mine explosion
or In fighting a mine fire. portahie
electrle safety lampsa for use in the
gases, stretchers, dummies, mine props.
brattlee, cloth, saws, hammers, nails
and similar tools used in mine rescue
operations, oxygen resuscitation cases
and such equipment as would natural.
ly go wtth work of this character.'
remedy, approved by physicians and com-
mended by. the WeBl-informed of the
World asvaluable and wholesome family
laxative in the wel-known Syrup of FiV
and Elixir of Sen.. To get its bmGial
effects always buy the gm'muit, --am-
factured by the California Fig yrup Co.,
-m .. .. - -s. -. -n 9__ - - a
Ift Pown wee ldao
f talking abou toou" a
6 Mane ineBi Tk gM
Ar taliaf to pt a lw of se.
I*a a ysa may he Mait othf
me, a yoaag m n la a t sit
and a ei-Iedloar. Be l dw-
ly. I wse host treadi Osa his
hels Baddbmly be stoppedead I
ar trippd over hiam.
"o, yo doa'tr he Maid, with a
kind of mewing. laugh, as sme.
'You seen it ast mayle, but I was
too quiek for wams't Ir
0Ho abovl na watch that Ib
hld in the a of his hand. Te
was m ddy, his knees were
with th where he had
blit, but the watch was soiled.
A thick, solid looking sair it mem-
d to be. *
"Hard lhck, clUly,' b went em,
and he walked oa beside m, -
in' his ksees. 'You sv it t,
utI was the quickest and copped
it out. Hard luck, old man. I
gaas it's worth twenty-ve plunks,
is here ticker. What do you
"I examined the watch.
"qt looks t me to be worth ev-
er cent of a hundred' I maid heart-
"'And I copped it he chuckled
You saw it Int.By gosh, you
nearly up met I was too quick
for ya, thHard luek r
H p nd ad ve me a kind-
'ay,' he exdaimed, 'I don't want
to be mean. Ill tell yo what I'll
do. 11 go halves. You iaw it
"eOh' said I, 'you ae too oer-
ous. Halves would be too auch.'
"'Well, then,' said he, 'ITl make
it a third. You was the ut to see
it. Then a third of it's your.'
'Do you mean it?' I cried.
'Every word,' said he. 'I'm no
"'All right,' said I. 'That makes
your share, then, $33. Give me $15,
and well call it square.'
"He gave me a keen, frowning
look. He thrust the watch into his.
"FTresh!' he muttered and van-
ished in the crowd."-Exchange.
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One of the products of that class, of
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I Bow bhyI
%mIl uet --tioe W~
heW" d vetoft the
opd the S* m.for tked44
hm At opsato allbmW 8,
A. handicapaim im le., to
*amin DwsW owc
OassA. Alboat%, njnea
f gOimterad a a dthe
. I ew ith ibeg yo a copy
io w hebed mkBgaleaame of t stoae
ovie prior to the semblan of
bde. te _hsre. The re- aso give
- IsoWnd Ato the entire bwd
mM ~ llaIch to have beea thMe m,
Stdet Iedld t woeld have bee
tereL l of go"hod Mth to have eerIed
SO o i legMature e wm
t o aeis than that which tbeen
Steabr tr board wod havwe on-
tftinm pr l doto make of them
04 anif torotw m rst. I.e question then
Sw a to whether rtey iow dbe
bed imd ibnabody, or ingrop or so-
Sft M-a m. The latter pla wa tried in
ly abt~ Georgia, and resulted n m uch ean-
uQ kt 1.
ai! We invite your careful examina-
"e- tio at of te oitloas to be fuilbed
m tle by themtraetors who toletMe state
P"o e0B ad would sgg t hat
you cmpare these with the terms
r:1l De- upon whie coety onvicts ar lead
; pormm b your board of county common.
Kitty Sparks, started 3*:W; fin-
Treate Sept, started 3:46:6; finish-
Bffalo Courier, started 3:50:0;,
Bruiser, started 3:48:12; finished
Flying Fish, started 3:36:00; finish-
Dennimon IIIl, started 3:40:36, fin-
Nebo, started 3:38:34; finished 4:-
started 3:35:20; 2.
Mesenger, started 3:35:20; finish-
Carita, started 3:38:09;
Poeum, started 8:40:40, finished
Winifted, started 3:30:00; finished
In Wednealay's races Trente Sept
woo two events, capturing the Per-
ceval oup and the Greenleaf & Crosby
cup arita. a Lake Worth boat, won
the rae for under 12 miles speed,
and the Courier and the Bruiser tied
in the race for the White Rock cup,
which was run off between thee
Te norther 'which swooped down
on a Msday night and ased for
several day caused the lowet1stage
Swari athe rie of themon.
Mot o boatm were aground for
the Urn=08aftew anoredout
1_ ba && muaul q%& ___- _
According to the information which
I have received the darkest spot upon
p r convict Wstem lies in the improp-
er care given this matter by county
co.mmimioner. There is reason to
believe that if these boards would
treat county convicts with the same
consideration that the state board
treats 6ante convicts, there would be
no convict scandal in Florida.
In my inaugural address I pointed
out that the death rate among the
convicts in the state convict camps
is 12.25 per thousand, and that in
the registration area of New Eng-
land, New York, New Jersey, Dela-
war, the District of Columbia, etc.,
the death rate is 17.8 per thousand.
This is a convincing argument that
the manner in which Florida's con-
victs are employed is conducive to
their healthfulness. Another thing
-it is obvious that it would be im-
practicable to handle long term con-
victs in the temporary camps which
would be necessary in connection with
It may be suggested that if the
state is desirous of securing good
roads through the agency of thie con-
vict system, that a law might be pass-
ed by which the proceeds from the
leasing of convicts should be applied
to the construction of good roads.
I hope that you will bring your
cannons, loaded with the shot and
shell of printer's ink, to bear upon
your commissioners, and get them to
underIand that convicts have cer-
On January 25, 1900, the board of
-commi=oners of state institutions
adopted the following preamble and
Whereas, two sessions of the legis-
lature having been convened since
AL. Lm L. a_ & a- . -
hume to e. -i -
lt. I B al rthes late
dmt beak dtm sheud to
look to and eells, fro.
t&d. Thle eeweld be forced to
msitah a aetral headqu-'rte s and
"lee t pmoers frm Jail and pay
eMpGeM after Matle Until u trib
ated. A general Smager and
guwnk food...tM g, pEhyicians
sad a corpof eler to maintain the
dibtimo at large expense.
Ad. A emotional complaint and
charOe f prefeu ce hown, when
poor gr of prisoners for service
would be set out. Favoritius
would cewtaisly be heargsed.
4th. Iwouldbeapraticable to
have 8 or 85 contractor with vary-
ing ides amatasin a central hospital.
The at would be forced to do this
with ano practical method to be re-
couped Shold the several small
lMees join an effort to maintain
a hospital and headquartea it would
be unsmcceftl, on account of so
many varied interests and views con-
listing one with the other.
5th. Should a oettraetorfail, re-
fuse or neglect to perform his duty,
forcing cancellation of contract, the
state would have to take charge of
the prisoners and would have no place
to put them.
6th. The state would be forced to
the expenseof photoing and adver-
tising for escapes, an expensive sa
tern that is required to be maintained.
7th. The increased risk in having
to look to thirty odd contractors
would be materially increased, when
compared to having two or three re-
sponsible individuals as now man-
8th. Georgia pretended to so
lease, but had to assume all expense
except clothing, lodging and board
and made a failure.
9th. It would be impossible to seg-
regate the whites from the colored
which will be insisted upon for the
next issue. This should be done.
10th. The greatest evil in general
lease is allowing contractors to sell
their contracts, which is in the nature
of a franchise. The board proposed
forestalling this in the next notice
and contract, but with special permit
allow contractors to hire out prison-
ers to be worked in industries in
which he or they are directly inter-
American Vines For Switzerland.
After speudlug nearly $500.000 tIn
fighting phylloxera the Swiss govern
meant has voted an annual appropria-
tion of 896.000. to extend over a pe-
riod of sixty .vy;zrs. for the purpose of
replacing the old vines with the morc
robust Americun vines.
How's T Iras
We offer One Huudred Dollars Reward for
any cae of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. ('Haxvy & Co., Props.. Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned have known F.J. Che-
ney for the last 16 years. and believe him per.
s.nally honorable iu all business tnactiona
and financially able to carry out any oblige-
tions niade by their firnn.
WaT & Tai'AX,
Wholemle Drugist. Toledo. Ohio.
WALDIN, KIN AN A MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, Ohio.
Hal's COtarrh Cure is taken internally, act-
ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur-
fiam of the SytMB. Price, 75c. per bottle.
Sold by all drugists. Testimonial free.
al Family Pill an the beet
Torturing ecisema spreads its burning are
Oteryday. Dan's OiFtmemt quick lytop its
sreadig. lmtatl relieves the itching, cures
dti. s me ta
M* U M *& ^^bk
dor Oen s i tillsthe
'to the Bwrevd eTonty Hue aspsMe
ble ooidition, and as Mr. Owessbin
Mach 1i, 190s.
Good Ra- ith VolodM
In a rem it insafe r ithat
Fbew, of the Vouuia eool m-i.
mil woneb mniditi up to Core.
Owen's O n. iwk th sprint td s
n tha rt t f Voyop a to put the reed
to tended on the north ty lie pJo
bae condition, and Mr. OweMis I
beouty li to coy withe r ood red
there wil bhe Aomethn otel, in Mr.
Owen's bailiwick this spring an sm-
cely. Mr. Anderson was never ra
Th is only a question of Va few ye
that thoy hope to uethe rod em-
teilled allthe north to the lled Jhns
county line to coumect the proposed
hard curf road which John Adeand
son, of the AlMar hotel, St. Augs
forth.ne, wornfor o e
ay. M. T Amndee will never rest
until he hamyrdaurfaie ansy ndS
ting from St. Augustie like spider
It is only a question of a fewyears
till all these gaps will be filled, and
motor cars can peI quickly back and
There'. *othim .o soed for a mo' thet -
Dr. Theme' Electric Oil. Cur.it tnaSaw
boun. Be3Uesa maj pia i uaay mut.
= d* t 40 *e afth MA NO-b
Qfw vb eadi -
MMA66 arMmom W* doi as
80m% sMSuisI emAD. b~k
russ, I mwbet bsow rian.,ey e
w0% Ow dp W^t "d hew. gab"
in walau1 SOM6 g rebe. nuans
mig"Wl ow No so" AI b"rndone
P33 I ebpwoi aswII
that aIN ~Wma S its b* sgem 1w
any ow ne who e I
"I also Web MamitaAbrWipinmgen
ma usemmea Nmuspan"% N.be-
wdtme a"I hov been klas yew FN
ru4MA, amd sea a" ibtI essWeli of a*
"I thank you ow yewikind""s aff
leSS P. SAULARS,
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We place within reach of the AMATEUR the latest, beat ad ma mworthy
design for 1909 in all clms. of
Speed Boats, Launches, Cabin Cruisers
Frames, Planked Hulls, or Partly Finished Boats
Shipped in sections, taking advantage of less carload
freight rates. All the hard work done by our
EASY-TO-BUILD SYSTEM OF CONSTRUCTION
for Amateur and Professional Boat Ruilders
Three years of success demoptrates that any
one who can use tools can build his own hnat
-A NIST AT Tff U
...., in the Ahpe of e
( Hasf ben dTthheimem SIMe the mi me mo
,m mfanyf moa. Iey
w yd. WCI y Io,'t you tot ha
KING OF THEM ALL-!
Has been Crowfod wlth P 1o I and
Is to-day the oot Nomneteoli Hdm t on the market.
CURES RHEUMATSM AND ALL PAIN,
UNC eR.S CHEUMAfMSAAS DD ALMIIMA
Prie 25c, 50c and $1.00 Rehm* AN S=iNU
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., S
500-502 North Second Street, 1
MMaold and Rqcommea dS e
-Z4Wd. a w b
ApueeW-M- a ski
*) e khsPubh-
em te ysusawdTlm.
t. Just that I'm Om
wes are nsrmspet.
wbu whk0a u
.1 wt* hplu the aN-
ti* o ol d4 to the
Sm UMN.or- w
aM teo t e na wrylti, a ie
lm a-iT ne lemiartipono
S4 the r tMY
t o er to e h
th e A d is S ; the liver,
the I mida g s isthe right kid-
Sthei Wphu a lse, ad usthe
kidapi, the left lower Im
the pNd t b -aeeinh wis theo
m-to t Ai a c arli
ts et WThels, tthe
she mran a dafy Uals the o lier
the l ldda toe pibs tea writki the
StWerM u9the gpse dathe hunt,$
Sy, the right power pulse, ad the
tae six pulse the doctor at ones
*Ariesa mumn i e. are made
" 1 A SJidL AIwk
I le amo hen st ,asthi l -a"
UIMad u a a n m-
h& I W& s a little a*4 ae-
ma4er hw k arm going to beol as
ast a his feet at ld hiO.e
T y6 Ui$ to go to sMmool, W I
S i -fme brie f hoe look and
A4lsneeft i.Pat Mo t children
wvou elmt yes, to make a hit
with you, but this b was not that
ed. -Paladdp&a efr.
"tuhi i blas a Oin hr Oronp
"Da lls bacs am .eesl r-mdy for
set1. mmii ttMIs %Sobme ChS-bhi"IYf
aM 4js d rah a care for
." sa t tWirt, or Wayaetow ,
lN. Wh alveso s ateaao pyou.
-e dl4 a the- teda ls .aor
Magistrate (to clergyman, sum-
moned for exceeding speed limitH-
Well, you say you were only inrg
at eighteen miles an hour, and the
constable still declares you were
travelirag at thirty. Now, I don't
like fb doubt either of you. Can
you think why he declares you were
ping at that rate? Is there any
grudge he owes you ?"
Clergyman-No, I can't think of
anything-Lunless, perhaps, it is that
I married him three years ago.-
A Pleasat Phyat
Wsea ye. It a pm ta t pmhyi give
olt aln and among eonomit
Mht latu bthe eMh Lieho odr ohf
triL Thba own way ad min i owtirn a-
Im md alw Ape m almi cant
ebo& orfao Tit-trUPeMg ra firm-
Lai -Fair .
"Laiez fire" is a term met
with frequently in books on polit-
ical economy. It is not often used
in conversation or in political
speeches. It is a term that means
to let alone, and among economists
it implies that policy which does
mot disturb the existing order of
thiBng, but permits it to develop in
its own way, tristing that society
will in its own way and in its own
time "ad a proper adjustment and
Wbsw for anl its tra es-Wsll
*l e i l wi ~qliet a
r.__ min.h, sm.
Town r.. 4 "AP" I UT
OV a Z ii O
eai talle sb, som esfBsaaow
aidc rsf n Sre on
A em o bueildi a hof e ad pt-
ad recently. He pipes not bein
snd tate a good cohe m m Ip one
ouppose turn on ai tp had no
water wacomes, what s th t matter a
He nary s that omen
tf roots thesw pipes pat being
ater w i not thune on at the
But they didn' O t hCon-
trary, boy at the foot of the
elss called out:
"You didn't hae water rate
Go With a ush
noe diimMtm r a w marbd OSmA,
liver m kia k aN Dr. lKg'. New Li N
Pil1 isb adha&. Biamer Drug 9toe my
to mwyr amw i It'k beo4msM tier
iiam, i --i. jUliea e ad-
ache, chilli Mad malar u. Oly31 Leate.
Four Footed Animals.
A well known horseman describes
a fact in natural history which may
not be generally known. It is that
all four footed beasts in making the
first movement in walking, running
or any sort of forward motion al-
ways employ the left hind leg as a
starter. Even a child, if put down
on all fours and bidden to advance
in that position, will make the first
move with its left leg, its hands at
the time occupyig the place of an
animal's fore legs.
* DAIOU I1 DELAY
Kidney DiS~ess Are Too Daagrwos
r TituTsville People to Neglect
The great danger of kidney trou-
bles is that they get a firm hold be-
fore the sufferer recognizes them.
Health is gradually undermined.
Backache, headache, nervousness,
lmenesi, soreness, lumbago, urinary
troubles, dropsy, diabetes and
bright's disease follow in merciless
sucepon. Don't neglect your kid-
neys. Cure the kidneys with the cer-
tain and safe remedy, Doan's Kidney
Pills, which has cured people right
here in Tituville.
Mrs. John Noble, living in Titus-
ville, Fla, a.sas: "Our little girl suf-
fered from kidney weakness for three
years and she seemed to have very
little control over the actions of the
secretions, especially at night. She
doctored and took several remedies,
but nothing seemed to help her in
the least. We finally learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills and obtained
them. The use of one box has com-
pletely cured the child. She is now
able to retain the secretions and is
steadil stronger. We are
than for the benefit she
has obtained from the use of Doan's
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w fam si
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one of our Specialties
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mom~a*a.. t is ft bSM Ibat -9 hd ooi f
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no -e wit the bmwe 4 .3m htqpI
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am*.aaa lbs T"-- what would hap ftg semdoaa t
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Freak thatl, a hia m000,000 meles from the sun and con-
A L ,m asI e r rseque.O at a moan distance, of F
tsn we i alw y"bs u O rOO he had s light and heat a square foot that SI AL F :
abt. t -Mwd a M ta sM made aio bow se s n about to M- ue do, has an atmosphere less dense -!,i a
om m et the fe t w~ ho a Gat walked ia ad at than our and possesses water an- i en ---i -Ma bote, M .1 St.
t- a aes hs of matreSc thehsq e. .b m n s au Ij tr 1 e c"nt t a bote of 8t. J:
ofh'l w Bi stai06t S he fls a t Mr ice. The planet exhibits two ice U Liquid Lveri lator, but i.t
o sa3uch larger thhe thi.oslustiatMun. aradnd
'at benfl ab o w y. o, caps at its poles and orange 'and w,. _n!_d- Abat_ fl- printedlI.sblalnoayellwcarta.
*5 tse.-Ia~ hk North Amrn- eT ly-. t e i Mooagi hnih tints between these poles. Tasu andien meran we l a
at to. 8 euXg Sin V99l Meir. Those peculiar lines or markings, SEN.. D 10 CENTS atbocentabotle. or yon can eti di-
he 1Helmemen Ce ty We the "canals," concerning which ea delightful liver mtdimo s.e--ir.Thi i
TM i mms. t w- ah to there has arisen much discussion, N efMective, ad exceedingy c'..t toU
t ses Statsn needs a etro It was a happy inspiration, and form a sort of faint, inexlicable L. S thetaste. Tryjntone t..,sify
0 4a the emt a Clear eye to pONe Mr.. lexby niutely acted on it, network over the surface of ruddy ours-and I i. .
vSt N@ vas tihe to which n- as his appetite was particularly Manrs. oedmeSTLE I '* .
*#N t eat a &sn cVa to keep tM keen. Rinin u his wife on the - "
b1 aet tate oa # course despite telephone, e i -: Tramways *.. -. J
the iemr of t imor*t multaItde teleone e ad: Tramway.
Sa 0l tMhe selS demands of the rich'd like to bring a friend home The word tram is derived from a
sS powirtal All these It bhas i the to dinner this evening. Have some- man's name, Outram-Thomias Ou- i
I -p e elt nt naw pl ideat, Wuiam thing good." tramn. Outram lived in Derbvshire, t 0lI
H wa Taftt-Boaester Demoprat "Why, certainly, my dear!" re- England, and in the beginning of tl Woods Seeds
sad OkM. e. sponded Mrs. Flexby. the last century he invented a p-
"John," she said later, "you told culiar sort of track that diminisie hel The
Stuatbe Its rars" e tle.o me you were going to bring a friend the friction between wheels and Gardeo 6 Frmm
t* -- th-Ss mai chlar home to have dinner with us, and roadbeds. These trucks of Outram's. u Fu m
easI11 of the woler au ueral ad-t I've done my best to prepare a real- though nothing like a trolley track, Thirty years in business, with
Dl It bs em a toI dwell apn that a steadily iwcreauing trdbe every
; Ch sw mst sa respect Of the ly nice meal. Now, where is he?" were called at first outramways, y -until nreas trade oery ww
e, sta e rareadf, of the mw Mr. Flexby did not even blanch. then tramways, and when street of the largest businesses in seeds
-' "-.-'s" ;language and feeUng "My dear," he responded, "I said lines and street cars came into ex- in this country-is the best of
abt asIlM As the country hope. I'd like to bring a friend. I couldn't istence they were dubbed respective- evidence as to
tr Is umethi here of the heat and find one to bring. If dinner's ready, ly tramways and trams. 1% Sup or Quality
fuly Ce p msete w. I"h Is the let's make a start. I'm hungry !"- o m
m usia m manesse tlaW is t Chicago Journal. HIs Inoem. of Wood0 s Seed.
wselvo1 he be artialst.-New York The teacher of a Sunday school
ow class in Wilkesbarre once put the W for
Seo uestilm Oppeoed h HIm." What He Caught. following question to a new scholar: Gram low SAvdr ma
ie %P emt -bee a prndest d&r- "When I was a boy," said a rail- "What did Moses do for a living )m PotStoneed Oa&iL
s em t a s ate road oScial "I was awful fond of while he was with Jethro ?" Cw PeM soia e a
t m49S "alIf S aa im fiwg. aMy father had a rule of There was a long silence, during a1 Fem See i '
% t""Rom Ie, ow h a W .11fh My. fath-.e __r _ha._d a which the other members of the I a-4.......
A gthMosuri -re
1wo '"ie a ehmrp of
~m stab th"mqhtwlateu~t as the
anti eaakma sy4e4le
viiact isbsa no to ha
~vmA bbrS. b
.-Km4 t1 Sta1
I Le*, L*vd Tvmr .
Sok d . .r .
aoi emotm'lbue 3Wh I I ..nli M o &o anut palms l
iIhW h e ft M "to "a yearn and the
ElAB*mHH~yffl ktei rash insert thet the date plm
BB B g frqumtly reaches the age of 900
M- thirh the? tS t00 Yew, says the Dvwdis Ad-
Q^S I ?gS~ t&adS tle' a Wrea that be.dared wi t*tWr W a0'4 War Pia-
A&-&- A" l 1 cotlad, is known to be over
la be d W e" mh iw J -eralw which are known to
"A hae been ourlsig in lOW. The
e o. bd,,e, atMAlykw sa t Fountaibnm bley, York-
-o 1i b 4ar ait. Wwerk ol igitked upof A.ica h-ve been computd to be
"A 96Nla nowiheo theo ewr000 .years.ol,.... .h e
I III and 1a l n m an in sidere to be of a till greater age.
a. he e P s U ai "e too w ak to o Dra at O a on Tnerife,was
a amebI*M tL mi o el etb, ubt it was clear the co ai- oof the oldest inhabtants of the
er. ith to t s bed ore a d with soee, l
Sebut d h Ither pikes or ries, w
M att U 9i obe hmist ,th- fried into the air every now
in 0B6a.-oi oiUSd-andthen. The local man admitted a
A f 1 t is s that thiwork. Of as only one of many erer from rheumatism, and Dr.
o BB 9.01 I Aelds where such things were night-
______. l^^Q Iy practiced. The visitor crawled e
tpr _, __ b .ac ,oo,,,to his bed, sore and sneezing, a s.
eve m ryM W m lame ot. butr appyl and probably he t oll h remedy that relieves her."
'I'he T -l tt hmb bean"t 1A- friends to the present day of how
Si it v M t) eper the okaw Irih rebel at their wicked My mother is a great f-
tt imt .in s i vapor was t ul ht iork. Of course the ferr from rheumatism, and Dr.
Ps rtood a diaWmod in ao s almost invariably relieved withoof
s l n aiad *an the bya of the pac, whom thea lof Miles' Anti-Pain Pills is the only
a n saS Whether tlebr or slotdy, h r r. M tn Ps. Te
lRa awA 0y0ans ot a bYrn eel correspondent had put up to remedy that relieves her."
Sit tit theJokeand the res and pikes MR soothe the nerves To
5sWSe, be contbed were othig worse than few sin- suffers they are val
s i- waIG -m0 Wto clse ; pe sticks uthfro m o a hable- Reed N.irected
e Ulo as 1 apor waa a Mail the painsof rheumatism are
SG NPI almost invariably relieved with
I &a Whtmher clear or cloudy, a ty Dr. Miles Anti-Pin Pillees use they
b pedneed w wm aaIot0 of sunmd presages fine weather; a also overcome that nervous irri-
.um ba w~l -1(6w York siky loekin greenish hu, windtation which prevents sleep be-
and rain; a dark or Indian redwheever requires with
I. a; a red sky in td mt& cause they soothe the nerves. To
0X e baad wethr ormuch wind perbaps chronic suffers they are invalu-
a -a s sky in'the moning able. When taken as directed,
t be Caihe a high dawn, wiNG; they relieve the distress and
k .,i,.u a~ 1 rBAt._^ saveS1 *ae the weakening influence of
R SBhfai^hebas paun, which so frequently proe-
P amsuft viable or aieed by tratem. Many sufferers use them
efa and what is called a good whenever occasion requires with
7bP Upgt^mod the grtst saltwaction, why
==0 not Wi.- -d. ea* PThe d not deran
omm y ,4 &my w ..v.. w.o%
the stomach nor create a habit.
Why not try them? Get a pack-
age from your druggist. Take it
& -**--G&^-- 0__ *9
m1 .- r
C. A 4
Thm Kld TYon ae Alays BO
In Use For Over 30 Year.
mL- I -pmu
S PALDING'S OF"E
Is what you need Mr. Florida Meroh-
ant to make your investment tn this
stock a suooess.
The Bt QOuilt, The But hien, T Belt Prlt
We are agents fbr the Stats
We sell at factory Prices
We save you freight
THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIM1 CARD No. 77. ,BectIve January ,IM
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, sA8. NAT3O BRANCH
LJAe EAST PALATKA TO Arrive s aLve SeaI SAX MATsO TO SAST AulVes
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pa j45pM LT L.kma...Lv p0m
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w- i I w -m
MO vm "W
w- i o
1 ~ a.t. I ~fl
musI'm, JO, B a
,*.iit tobe mtesIs ins*c-
John a NweIL WI
plftwfth brother, D.g*
1~uylImo L ~was tmove
lip vwhch asbe
~ -ripkfrn m ytema
116 Book is ma vpda! nab
S b~Shisolm .It msb a vay
Wmd Ma Hm Durro 5%wmft of
~ wvimhboo upint the
fwa w ddo hott.KMr. Bar-
mmn aml bs tda. BuW.ban* but
wi tft a largmerR ne th next
So LML Jommlabmbelteom
dIerm M suarewas2tolin
kverof toK.M. I. Carmoaturned
oku~tInflo I* e tie gom
't R. B. Burenb d, who was
county s or here years ago,
ldft o Momdayfor his home in An-
th;ay- asm The work Mr. Bureb-
leldid here wll stand as a mark of
hs Adlity. Mrs. Burch two sons
ad daghtr will remain here until
the wsth r is warmer in the north.
MarrIA March 14, 190, Mrs.
Dane W iflm to Rev. C. D. Cole,
both winter residents from North
C Hma. The Rev. C. Catteall, who
ismB"l g the ..winter at Indianl
p;rfternd the esremomy after the
mmal evening service in the Metho-
It was a very pretty wedding, the
chMr being deoranted for the oe-
done. M P arl Bradford and Mr. B.
t adl ManMle with the bridal.
mqse. Mr. ad Mrs. Cole left on
the adht tnral for North Caro.
Ma. Wmlmas is thedaughter
at Mr. md Mu Sra. .dle who
mo him mid. ofa coom for
IBM ebra Franck Brnera
Llj S ew bf.k-rd l~ '-_IW =7
aa g a so"b m thd beor
oeW4 fY l ~ N ltmft- ,-- the
mblM alt Cb. t i i rU bhe a
Lj--lr- IB^^fr tr bok t kI scones *
i mba th immt bu bon iomm to
Iem th b a fois NI m abnemd m that
mde b will mread tlma dt mares oot
d ekb, land when ami-es
f irneo- ws k mwas rtd W ex-Gov-
nhm s marN.. Broward wi be fist
he duab wt ito oaee, nd wl mndobtsdly
aisner- pM ve grad hebame. A fMt
A nme the lamb e reaeimed they will be
Sparts throw o to settlers, and there is
i of b- so doubtbut ta it will be matter
Imem ot btar w years whi the Okee-
1. eh~bee and Cala-a..h.ath countries
wll be tbmaon for saeersa The
lads are the mot fertile, and will
SSunday produce anything grown a Florida.
mite dek Latet Wrinkle ian Bibal
And now come the Salome twist.
in Coo The latest wrinkle in the bender life
s said to be the crantio of Billy
It Th Campbell, the southpaw twirler of
the innati Reds. Campbell pra-
t week ted tiheemrvelt fil but aid noth-
beenfor it about it until the team went to
Cuba. Then he surprised his team-
mates by springing it. The Salome
o is *a und, M "pitter," delivered
with the left I-L
BMny Pmuo, who camght Camp-
r, Mrs bellwhen the latter introdued the
lat to twist, mys that it is the hardest ball
to hit heeve maw.
home of Tk about your wild and woolly
Eight and twit, this stunt of Cmpbell' has
wn were them all beaten a block,' yp Bun-
By. "It comesup to the plate in a
rned to bdrin.... ik manner, so e that
a week's the bttr ets redy to knock it a
SMrs. domenmilesoff. He swat awaylike
t winter good fellow, but he generally hits
orgiaia. where the bell ia't, for the sphere
and Mr. perform a ort of Salome dance just
made a before reaching the plate and twists
Immon' outt of reh of the bet ao seily that
y had a the batter gps."
b.LL .lt^ya' a he Jsa e i
Ia wtm m wa th ml I
m .- a . J eit.d- wot
tlv s M m osmatd.
tbm pa- -A
s. ,tribdto m M
thy proh pml o
bw A llam oiva
hav aniled the ka etioo
maiewU .o the irdcu ad the
of the watue seen -a rei
E. V. R Hal a fmilyspent
Mr Martin has been q
the p st.IL
MI May Wittfeld visited
Mr. Iarer Smb a
da with her parents.
Brady Bower wmaftlling
Waie Imdsbsrn ain. i
Le Walker, wm upfros I
aM orvm e Snday night
w teMdaB ee at the
Mr. 0. an r Satord n
a umb br from o t of to
Mrs. ImRl Ptumb reti
ID adma oA Trday after
vWt at the MuMom horn
Pluhb hopes to Ipnd next
with her old friend at Ge
Mr. aMment sad family
ba miama and family
trip ato a Galie with the S
hoaeboat lat Tuesday. Th
trough poe, but a good t
Dr. Hawk gave as a night
Sunday. He held a steward
ing t the homeof P. W. MY
Monday morning and marra
were made for more e
m dnth in future.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Cem
son, Waldo, Jr., took a party
ianalite to Micco lat Frida
vidted the school, enjoyed tl
eiae very much and arrived
little schoolmarm for a visit
R. B. Burehfiel left Monda
home in Anthony, Kanua I
-n somer time in Knoxv
Chattanooga. His many fri
up and down the river have
his visit very much and wer
to ee himg o. Mrs. B. and
will remain a few weeks lonl
A beach party was gotten
St. Patrid sday in honor of 1
b Plumb, of Chicago. M
Bond provided the compa
dainty shamrock and ribbon
Dinner was aten at the Bluff
md a happy day was pento
a benh. Ma. Plumb, Mr
at Couat li rket
lent C10 It lrket
0. W. D1M3, A*lT
,of all Kinds.
IT awTSVIL frLOwIDA
0. A. STEWART
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companies of the world and any I
business entruted to me will re-
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TITUSVILLB, FLORID -
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STAPLE AND FANCY GR0IN
HAY, GRAIN & FERTILIZUI
We invite the public to vit our
store and inspect our stock ad m ,
etI request that you pt our
before you spend mdon eltm
Ask us for prices and alow
us to prove this a-sseti
Weare agets for DelE Obak flow, C
& Seabom's sad SlUMgo Nhb a-
Coffees. Also the culebr ed e
The famos RIf Sca-M brimd imud
good so-t fest food p0dcoo Ia the wwdd
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1Titsville Lumber Compay
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Rough and Dreased
All grades ceiling, siding, flooring
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BANNER DRUG STORE
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled.
haven't in stock
Will order anythiat we
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- .at Conmpatitive .Prioe---
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