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: 05 14, 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: VID00701
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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Disal,ad Mr. C. 1. Dmam have
ber btng to comuot emnd other ov.

w v s" deat b Gen
tiaMihtfb at hem' fDize wilB
be ohe ad-sesed forth entire mY
ameo, while Mrs. Dhmen's ple.
persulliM wi Sbe tideably abat
ho. ear aouBal lruB s B B.' at least
two mathe lie disoos.l menW
ASti p a few weeks later
Ti fr'I t l -. P eo l of ot-
bto leMft fortb am

tden.ti Mt i eor went to Mel-

e Ml Teetmer left-Mond&W

er the puble hool fothr efour

ems of chili. and fever. Price Mc.
d Ste .mer Sd Lt e Snk
The Mianin M Record of late
moMa'rws Mht be no abmlon et
eIroowved the day before w to the t

feet habt the srnear. S..Lwele went
were wewree ateom anduty ced
wte M Mer Vmt to Wei-

do in a storm and sank iPnSp and Mish

ro toaer bo in Wift
water. t lf o
The saptail and Owerewtof 1et
nwere resed baloop and ic where he wied
t Ne p e school for force

t or6ille oa en"Ju willne 7th.ure any


TItOs fle, Fords..
aa Wlm Celeb ate Jwly 4th
eford will hold a grand elebr
tis a the 4th of July and proposes
t pet up fau day's program of in-
Wmtadg even ts
Dsatom Won Bmebell Game
The baiball game at Daytona
Thambyof last week between the
Coanmad Daytona teams was won
by aytoRa; sore4 to0. Itwaa
battle In the pitcher's box, Folts
piAlg for the Daytonae, and Tuck-
ar, of Eau Galli, for Coeos. Foltz
str~ k out 18 men and Tucker 12.
New Flat Cars
To the equipment of the rolling
stock of the Florida EAt Coat Rail.
way was added Monday one hon-
dred fat ears, built in thedbop here.
Tbme a are up4o-date in 'every
ertliular, beidg equipped with the
latest deim and convenies. Them e
Ime nr bednof the mad la
eaBed tfoms lWrO lam e In relinWg
stock in every year. The ca sin
question are product. of the local
shops, whicf are equipped for build-
in, as well repairing cars of all
dAeriptioms.--St Augustine Record.
For Rest
Furnished rooms with privil of
Ht hoP-fekeeping. Apply toMrs.
P.- .Taylor.
Miss Colin tertaid Cla
Mia Maude Collins entertained the
techber, Mis Helen Miller, and mem-
bem. f the grammar school gradu-
atinr elam, of which she was the clam
prophet, Saturday evening at her
home on Julia street. Hearts was
the game of theevening. The lam
colors, green and lavender, were
used n the card table equipment.,
su*ch a place ards, souvenirs, etc.,
and this color scheme was also car-
ried out in the house and refresh-
ment table decorations. Delicious
'refreshments were served and it was
reported by all as a very charming
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
We will put on sale about 500 pairs
of famous Crown trousers, all sizes,
patterns the latest on the market,
"ihx in price from $2.1 to $"5..
Men's undershirts, American lisle
thread, long or short sleeves, drawers
to match, 5 cents per garment.
B. V. D. men's undershirts and
knee drawers, made of the best qual-
ity of cheeked nainsook, the most
comfortable garment you can buy for
the summer, M cents each.
Boys' knee pants, in bloomers, all
slaes, worth $1.00 and $1.25, Mon-
day's special 7 cent.
Juuus KuNE,
Titusville, Florida.
All kinds of cold sodas, also ice
cream at all times at Banner Drug
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About88acresof good high land
on the east orocean oide of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
-a fnllmmn TI Ma A .mi in Mi

Mp wiit ri the bht Madea th

Dr. Bmwe, Demeh T fsml. A o e ot 'mdeo Dr. J.L D le rtn mld wa w
Dr. F. H. HoLghton en. of Dayetooa, S 4ts Ms days RoM som eVWenwis tssleat i
spot waday very pleemay at a desi black umbreUls, 24-nch, North Carolina.
Sharpest with his friend, Dr. G. W. tMdeof the bet .atyof Cgpo r L. B. LS of there U. & L Ca
Holms, iad wife. 1$l.41A9 8 Hhaandlo onsse iealigis
Mr.L.C. Demareeand wifehave Wite Indian lnoworth en tr visited thebohem. ref at
located a permanent home n Forest, d special, cents per yard. Chester Shoals yesterday.
Va., where he he a purchased a 200- t inchs wide, Mi. Charlotte Phlmr, who as
are stock and grain farm.w ort c ents ayard, Mrs.ns y.e pWtst tonrsltoO]"tho
Mr. J.L. Mobley has secured a fine special, 15 cent. Mrs. B. Wion ee to le
flow of water for the ic factory at a White IndianHead linUen,46inchmes Sunday former homein Brooklyn
depth of 110 feet, but tissalt. per yar special en N Y
However, it can be used for cooling Galatea cloth, 6 inches wide, Mr. H. B. Mace left Moday o
purpose checks or stripes, also some with Gre- Williamsburg, N.Y., for the sm-
Mi Kinnmah Mendel was recent- ianborders special 19 cents per met, accompanied by Mr. R. Msf.
ly appointed operator for the West. BoSbbinetting, 72 inches wide, col-a. t atteMr. .ssth. M
ern Union telegraph office at Madi- ors white and ecru, cents per yard.
son, FMa., and left for that place. Berkley's i EnglishonClot 6 Mr.L.A.Bradyha justcompleted
Monday morning. a inches wide, p lt o 12 therwork of imputtingin a 0anceteM
In a letter to the editor of THu Special prices on embroideries and wall in front of his rive front lot in
9rAB Mrs. M. A. Scrimgeour informs laces. South Titusville. It is a fine piece
us of her return to Florida from Also unusually low prices on ladies' of work and will stand for msy
California, where she went last June. red adekirts K years. Who will be the next to f-
Mrs. Scr- first goes to Lake- Ttusville, Florida. low suit?
land for a visit and then will prob Mr. Geo. M. Robbins hapas hed
bly return to Ttusville. Putoam's Poor Farm Disposed Of the launch Bonita, which was ta.
Mr. J. W. Taylor, of Shiloh, went The county cmmnassi of Put- early owned by the Hewitt e te,
to Coeoslast week after the teamand nam county have decided to dispose from Capt. Peter Nelson, to e used
buggy, which was the property of of the county poor farm because of as a pleasure runabout. The boat
the late R. A. Bobbitt, returning to the protests of many eitiens and the has a Morris Heights motor and a
his home Sunday. Mr. Taylor is ad- lack of paupers. capacity for carr lag 12 or 15 people.
ministrator of the estate and will sell Mi. Carrie Rose Mbbete and
the bone, mare, buggy and harness. Big Land Sales Made in DeSoto Mr. Jas. Frederick Brown, of Day-
Thre Coet TuedayNWestern capitalists have just tona, were married last Friday and
The ocert Tu Night bought 75,000 acres of timber land will make their home in that city.
The concert given under the am. in the eastern part of DeSoto county The bride resided in Tituaville durfk
pieces of the ladies of the Progressive to be used for colonization purposes, her early ehildhoodi days and will be
Culture Club at the Hotel Dixie The King estate is on a deal for the remembered by many tof our red-
Tuesday night by Miss Klebs' vocal sale of 41,000 seres and R. E. Whid- dents.
classes wa a great success and was denhas just sold 16,000 acres, to be Mr. Rufus Robbins returned to his
listened toby a large and apprecia- used for truck growing and agricul- studies at Rollins college, Winter
tive audience. tural purposes. Park, Wednesday and was aomp-..
The following members of theo- nied by his mother, Mrs. G. M. Rob-
co class were present and partici- Weather Report bins, and Master Dougs, also Mb
pated in the recital: Mrs. G. Gin* Summary for April, 1909. High- Shaw. Mrs. Robbins and MimShaw
gras, Mrs. L S. Andrews, Mrs. J. A. est temperature on the 22nd 84.0; went to Orlando, where the latter is
Fske, Mrs. T Ronald, Miss Eve- lowest temperature on the 4th 54.0; attending the teachers' exam n

lynThe members oftheavisitu lle mean for the month 68.8; rainfall in Mr. and Mrs S.B. Rathb and
were members. G. M. Bobbinsville. P inches 8.26; prevailing wind direction their daughter, Mims Grace, left on
Nelson, Mrs. F. A. Morgan, MissN. ; numbeerof fair dlear days 2ys 5; number of; nm- the early train this mo nihg for their
Susie adn, Miss Mere n, M Sobie,er of fair days4;nu 5; numbmberof days with rain 5; summer home in Handt,
Miss Shaw and Miss Saidee Duren. d 4; n umber of days with thunder 4 5; N. Y.,and were accompanied by M
The pao,0amme comprised a fine Rokledger o F d ays Aril th. Fannie Budge, who will spend the
selection of solos, duets and choruses ockledge, Fa., Aprl 5th summer there also with her parents,
of a high order, all of which were Church Notes from Miami.
well rendered and received vocifer- Dean Robottom will officiate in FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
ous and deserved applause. Miss Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, on Spbasebls, bats, masks, mits
Klebs, as accompanist, was fully Sunday morning, May 16th, at 11 Columia dry, Edison wet, batteries
equal to that exacting position, o'clock, and in St. Johns church, Eau Gl-Wernike elastic book caes
After the concert was over the Gallie, on Sunday evening at 7:30 Refrigerators, coolers, fresers
spacious dining room was thrown o'clock. Everybody is cordially in- House, boat and engine paints
open and over 150 people were served vited CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
refreshments consisting of ice cream, Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at Would Abolish Hanging
cake, fruits and other delicacies. LaGrange on Sunday next at 11 a. m. Representative H. A. B. MacKen-
Mine Host Green was equal to the and at Tituaville at 7:30 p. m. Bible zie, editor of the Palatka Times-
occasioned the thanked Dean Robottom extend- reading Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Sun- Herald and representative from Put-
ed the thanks of the Culture club to day school at 10 a. m. nam county in the state legislature,
About 11 o'clock our Cocoa friends Orange and Grapefruit Trees hsintrod e ablin the house pro-
returned homeward, part on Mr. Grown at Shiloh Fla., on high viding for the abolition of legal exe-
Fiske's roomy cruiser and part in hickory hammock. Free from cutions by hangings and the substi-
Col. Travis' automobile, fly. One year to two year old buds. tuting therefore of death in the elec-
Aside from those participating in Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- trick chair. It is proposed in the bill
the programme above mentioned the ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill ito make Jacksonville the headquart-
following were present from Cocoa station. J. W. GRFIS, I for t of the s


and Rockledge: Hon. G. S. Hardee, criminals.
Mrs. S. F. Travis, Mrs. W. G. Patera Remember The Alpine for lodging Briarwood Apiary For Sale
son, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Stillman, and quick lunch when in Tituville.3-b ed Italian bee
Miss Anita Canova, Miss S. Baldwin, Cruising Boat for Sale in 8 framed hives, one two and three
and Mr. Theo. Travis and Mr. Floyd. 45 feet by 10 feet, twin screw en- stories, 190 bodies in use, about 1,500
The excellent training of Miss gines. electric lights, Curtis toilet, 'drawn combs part wired, also 75 empty
Klebs was manifest in all the mem- Apple dynamo, storage battery, ice hive bodies with frames, about 1,000
bears of her classes and one could box, 90 0Ilon fresh water tank, fully extra frames, 100 queen excluders, 100
hardly realize that we possess so equip ley,120gallongasolene bottom boards,75blecovers, 2 framed
hardly capacity, termoor cushions, sleeps Cowan extractors reversible, 5 honey
much real vocal talent right here on 4 comfortably, can be arranged to knives, Jumbo smoker, 28 Porter bee
our beautiful river as to be eanable sleen six. Boat and enimna in firat' escaPes. Solar wax extractor. home-

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i ees- may e et valuable asmbbtace
Oy.tak- thWs couse of study. The
e8 *ts* rtopt pt a dbery tatot
*my es try sthooL
The ela eommettse bas adopted
thIe eafeeSto fr the corse of study:
Aiblae nto all Its phasess. dome*-
ti selmeo, omeontic art, commercial
a*. *eIstical muMeAern. history.
*eiBMl-in peahof ano applied
bird and mature
'. soeoloa. sefe tise
emM bOMIMb. bome .Ol.timt r. tree
plaf ad culture. masic. asrooo
my, phyoloecgy and business adminlt-
tra diy
T eomumittee has a most compre-
h lWe purpose l i ts selection of
tam deeraemt departnmats of study.
In deestle art will be taught the
making of beautiful bomes and of
beautitfl bom sewsurrndas, that the
Sesoloy and depression of unlovely
things may be taken away. In soclo
y a" attempt will be made to revive
the eli fash.loed debatintg socety,
whore pe-nom ofall ages may meet In
busily diseussiom of an problem. at-
betutg geos eltimaehip and good gov-
Oty sar.

- Colored Preacher-Bredren and
istem,, dis uaseemally levity muss'
step. Dis yeer church ain't no cir-
S cm. Stopdat laghin' i yo' cor-

S Broader Beeswax-1 don't know

Colored Preacher-If dis veer
levity don' stop right now, I'll. do
somein ter make you solemn, you

tritin' niggahs. I'll lp de hat
ag'in.-Kansas Citv Independent.
Obeying Orders.
Doctor (upon finding his patient
weaker than before)-What does
this mean? Haven't you been fol-
lowing my instructions ?
Patient (feebly)-Yes, doctor.
Doctor-Been eating animal food
Patient (grimly trying to smile)-
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I eebe sawid to a oug

ayou Iee a oing
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ammed many l0ieae.

ash, k ye he sa to ha yog

whBt, of acute, e'yo look tired.
nlNhat I
I utlo a Isat," s he word.

Ber .yu

i ndo dadbt y ertrind ly wheco
"I fe a eh repli with
S"Bud steurr e he dmedn't e. the
point of i.- land Plain Dea.l-

tise rmea Min .
The rofeatoher elved anote afome
amWen ewho had bees I
eed as folws: "Dear Sir-n-Wood
like Jessie's hand in marriage.
nd I liare anlv dy think onede.
a wi e. wodu er, meat.

lai: dthat I dY de onAt
eed a wife. You need a spelling
book Get "m and study it ayes.
The wri t e again."d the
A Missi" Pel.t.
"Professor" aid any squaintance.

[ "T adat I whichuI hso.e
"yis do unerstsed l inta do noty
I"eo rueple b the professor, "IA
may be said to have a fair kowl-

dma of tnour. tiht

kn ow that 'voli meany s you have.
I wisThe professor devoted a moment
to calling upbo that I hareserves and bring-

semd, "that e didhear no the point
o"If yotheur oke. You left th word as
knout owhat it. m nL
"You surprise prth Parprofessor. A
"Why o id you chuck thought tobaby
know the hin?" asked thehe ix."an
The professor devoted a moment

"It is ligsuch artin ugly leryinto action.
"That is no wonder, madam,"I hk he
said, "that I didm n"ot wansee the point e
ofs parents feel happy. I alwaysthe point
oupet of ithe ugly babes. Pretty babes
Jollyinggers that their parents take it as .
"Wand mother (lid ou chuck thatho baby
under the howin" asked the man.ue
lookede? I don't suppsch an ugly little sianybodyner."
ever petted that babis why I chucked him."except
saiored the wom.n. "I wanted this."- make
his parents feel happy. I alwaysI
pet the ugly babies. Pretty babies

*tiso*m*uh acd dongtipmtion-
goryears h was teirbl p dewt it asio s
mante oftipation. whict tul lisit meiaersbl

donotikhow whprleasedl havelee.itolaye
had I not tried Chamerlain's Stomech anyod
tierTle. Th ble lie the ink a lo

in at once. strengben the digctive tunctioi
purify the stomach,. liver aud blood, helping
the system to do its work naturally.-M re
Rw Potts. Birmingham. Ala. These tablets
are for ale by Titusville Pharmacy.
The Bird of Death.
New Guinea is the abode of the
most wonderful feathered creature
known to the student of ornitholo-
gy-the awful rpir n'doob, or "bird
of death." The venom of this bird
is more deadlv than that nf anvy a..-

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Pi o P asiad Mme s a Bar-
i,~ a4 Tero s and Jay

er enf r 4w er.
adtwhe we-ests.
LN Nwa 2 11 a woeentg
a e ofthe Natisled brokers
fo'o Iaprotection, sd a
WW appoited pro-
v a suitable. room in which to
aseme and to suggest such rules
Iad rqulatio fr conuduetig
their business as the committee
deemed nee- y. The final result
of this meeting, ay Moody' Mag-
0 wa the fi-rst s ned agree-
ment among dealers in securities,
the oldest record now in the ar-
chives of the New York Stock Ex-
change. The agreement reads as
"We, the Subscribers, Brokers
for the purcham and Sale of Public
Stock, do hereby solemnly promise
and pledge ourselves to each other,
that we will not buy or sell from
this day, for any person whatsoever,
any kind of Public Stock at a less
rate than one-quarter per cent com-
mission on the specie value, and
that we will give a preference to
each other in our negotiations. In
Testimony Whereof we have set our
hands this 17th day of May, at New
York, 1792."
This organization had no local
habitation for conducting exchange
business. Like the curb
day, transactions were carried on in
the open air at a point between the
present numbers of 68 and 70 Wall
street, under a famous old button-
wood tree that stood there with
widespreading branches, which pro-
tected them from the sun's rays and
ordinarily inclement weather.
Business in those days was not
rushing, and there was an air of
leisure and quiet about the gather-
ing, Securities were not active
enough to employ all the time of
the brokers, so between times bet-
ting on the results of domestic and
foreign political controversies and
dealing in merchandise were in-
The first inside quarters of the
exchange were secured in 1793,
hen the Tontine coffee house, at
the northwest corner of Wall and
William streets, was completed.
The old buttonwood tree was aban-
doned, and the dignity of the bro-
kers' organization was elevated by
the change. The Tontine coffee
house was controlled by a chartered
company composed of 203 subscrib-
ers at $200 each, organized as a
merchants' exchange.
The dealers in securities and the
merchants were all jumbled up to-
gether, and at times when trading
was brisk there was wild excitement
and shouts that would have done
credit to a bend of Comanche In-
dians. No constitution for a stock
exchange was adopted until 181,
when the New York stock and ex-
change board was formally organ-
ized and a constitution adopted.


lawn and bring him an inkstand and
some telegraph forms. He thai Wt
down. and oomposedly wrote thi
telegram to Street, the Royal aad-
"Der Street-Crewe is bearing.
Come and buildit up again.
To his sister he ent another m.-
Sby wire:
"You always used to my this was
a cold house. Yo woulda't ,my so
if you could see it now."

lan for

Summer Comfort

Don't add the heat of a kitchen
fire to the sufficient discomfort of Jmr
hot weather.
Use a New Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook in E
With a "New Perfection"
Oil Stove the preparato of I
daily meals, or the big weekly
"baking," is done without rais-
ing the temperature perceptibly
above that of any other room
in the house. Another great advantage of the

SWck Blue aume Uo Co-Smwe

is its handsome CABINET TOP, which gives t
convenience of the modern steel asnLe. Han im se
top shelf for warming plates ad keeping eked hod bet,
drop shelves for holding small cooking utenis, and Ab
even fitted with racks for towels. Made In tree slam,
and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. Ifa
at your dealer's address our nearest dag ry.
The I, Lmn giv es-m
R j P combustion
Swhe&ter high
or l-eteo ,rom WW=
not smoke. SaiIe, co--_V.Ie, im----.. 4_'3.
If not your deal' i eram6i sy.




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Teames a M.. MaA~m td
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Yen mu eat af aderto lamed
You me not de beOR twoe
boy requires athatyou eat a meo
bata aosatof hod resgairy.
But this food ust be dgeSedi,
-ad It must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach eamt do It,
you must take something that will
help tba tomach.
The proper way to do isto eat
what you want, and let Kodol'dl-
gt th food.

Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak It needs help;
you must help It by giving t rvst,
and Kodol will do that.


Nathaniel Prime was appointed
president and John Burson secre-
White Animals Are Deaf.
"It is a curious fact, little
known perhaps, that fully 50 per
cent of the young of white dogs,
white horses and white cattle are
born stone deaf." ayvs a St. Louis
doctor. This rule does not apply
to albinos of any species. The al-
bino-the white animal with pink
eves-is an accident of nature. Its
color cells contain no pigment.
That is the reason it's white. The
rule of deafness applies among ani-
mals whicl~owe their white color to
the breeding of many generations
of selected individuals. The deaf-
ness is nature's protect against the
artificial regulation of natural tend-
encies. I have seen many white
bull terriers with blue eyes, and I
never saw one which was not stone
A Fine Family Medicine
Every family needs a good pleamnt-to-take
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We esuld mota td to ma emb
an or, unalermnwe pItIi a
what Kadol will do for you.
It would bIakrupts ,
uh ms tiae -ft t -ft

Kodol s made at thelor
of C. DeWitt& Co., Chiasgo.




Sold by Banner Drug Store

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When Creye Hall was burning the
late Lord Crewe. father of the pres-
ent earl, displayed a humorous
equanimity which St. James' Bud-
get deems worthy of preservation in
When the historic mansion, with
its works of art, rare manuscripts,
armor and other treasures, wan0
blazing away Lord Crewe ordered a
footman to place a table on the



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I f ImsaioiI ai tiouue bioioTm
abm UA the day Ot e Wa--t mAu-
UII tt b wI o 1 abs It th eCe
win sobe s iek eg vb-1i 60 The
esim.. h MW has be e toNs
e-re a d.... se White-
isw Ui m a- sof 'UK ew'am-
dwth *t e etM t Ot. ames. Mr.
Afle I As plolpit e idtl e s
lowai deh ows i W OOb ei iws
, il i so wiu eili -dr t beiwM,
she psN tef atseeIO t pudbs

4 t w o r W.imbes
smal -AIV rsfta b Me. ft
,rom, n a th Ipw I iidVuf oaMly
de soNw 4cn uow r ava house
Newds HIo is Oeiod WIN -s
-omt m tha emwis s f Dr. ema Iaw

Ts t Ntesw w asna a thber wt
Wthe S e

m Sias wees .

id-sku of ne wealsoimt 3LW?
tof ei WIow t o. N*w Y ok
Stdot out. PrIm arMt .W. baamott
of Ot. ew et hfb r themoto kDr.
G"Pam. D Msa, p"eeat a thed
iavd e eorEa g te1ata a to ef met.

a.n n. @w d to be npmtO. f-
mW cj s um of *OM win be

mIs hiin-. If e aIt bto eoutp
his preseIto aayt.r it alm, willt e
Wi Stn. ate eal esdI y at tiw MII
ItaIr~. DDr. C Bharotm a Unitt
Pmtybsl tmktr s sut. Dir .a
A"uea ta and kteda sdate f
the at f W. a la aumieo the
.I . ast JUb anMsto.p-
=-tbiTMeb s oseo t ho ksa1t4
L a ia ei amembly w-at
h to- oa m
he lm t ad. throul hies la TaSta
rms te ras. i er. hes ha banned

of the uanlv Mty Isa thsa caran of
tbhe committee, and Bartonw of
Hamilton Is its secretary. Thea pro-
ram will aInclude them feature:
Saturday. June l tudeMm n.Ibt.
Ieertcsl page tsti. torheliht IMarad.
miarla 0n the wmipus.
unoay. June 1L-B-calsur.te -rmot
et hal pe a m. .. onual emono be-
fore Ctertlan 'oelatlort at ha pa

Mo ,day. Ju 14.-Annual oratorical con-
tstes unla of alumni of Nomenal eel-

e, annual senior dramatcU
Tuesday. June IL commenI.ment of
Teacher o eoese elams ay pre ram eam-
pus oencert. clam ay play.
W0enws Jui M. em W 010 -
in4m1. aaeml preemsCe atenasw
adreawM conussatualaory address es by rep-
esemlsativees o state "a" muammel eeY-
rme n ml et maddresses by
aeam o sesamaWe Ao aua dblmor
atip. p a le0eIJtIelsIe. Dutmai
ussa. 9m ss- by r -s-eentaives
O- N& ilades of t heu iverty.
7iui iii s am IL iim. eumles Oftdo
literary clubs. iftim o f the Greek
Theday. JuneI. 1-AnUm emmmese-
Aheordlm to the expectation of the
membire of the centemnlal committee .
there wll be the largest gathterg of
Mimi men In the hMtory of the schooL
- -*--- m M A & bmh M Alu


ftnd Trip In one C"koI An eAs
I14 -ol Asre Clob Sloaedl.
A pfife hl a amml Sr ahe
O en u wsI -eemVI IdI by UOe

mSand, aBys a Boeton diiefL. To
Sup ti thbanoo Beate. the small-
Sof tah two bafooni owned by the
d wll wI cost h fr or pImm" r
wift a pLot. r one pamamw to
mao aM aenmim with the piot in
da baeUaM u-a [.--. wil cost
$11 The club note amys that these
- inelude all exp--a except tose
? the pla e of ase ans and home
frep whatever plea the baboon ma
land. The clb ftwamabs the pDlot
wKo t okra erg
The commIttee charge of aseen-
dam s 'e posed of Charkss J. Gld-
dm and H. elm Oayton, and tay
aew have a waiting lit m being
bmrty"tw members of ti eOlb and
eam&e who desire to go baIl onig

Lew LiDarnant wmeek "0" Out ef a
PedoIl hoese Alium.
IrMt Lietem nt Wiaeld HaDeck.
Phippin see ut, retired. who has for
two years been o aIn te federal
w-1- for the eans at Anacosdta.
D., made ht istwenty4nt cape a
tow mIght ago. s was eaptwed at
Baltimere te ether evealag and a
terms to t tea lm. He d be
aI hI lataOit seape by iakilg a
iy eout of the wires of a baseball
player's mask wkea he had wr toi
a gam he played wit the a lim
tIam. He locked hia deer wi tm
wie key ad n his way out says he
passed tree attmdanto and oe dee-
tw P Ir soIisad aUs n tendea aSnos
to Atlatle City to me his mtr.
Abmot a year age Halleek esupd
Mad wet to Bmltlme. He thn an-
sen" In the ae ---ppu- I that he
wold keep on escaping ntl S ay-
lm esocals gorew tired of a g

smwnl nod's rave Deed to Be COM-
mmeeted by a Monuhunt.
After te lapee of well nigh halt a
etury the band of young Sikmx In-
dians known as the "fool soldier"
aad, which In November. 1862. at
great personal risk to theme re, rea-
sued at a spot near the Mlss~arl river
It what is now Walworth county.
s D., two women and four children.
whites, who had been abducted by a
vrvtag band of Sioux from their homes
at Lake Ihetak, Mtan., are to be re-
maeremd and their herole behavior
eommemorated by a suitable monu-

Under the aaplcee of the South Da-
kota Historieal soelety and the South
Dakota Pioneer association a granite
abaft will be erected on June 27 a
aIl from Mobridge. 8. D., where the
reace was effeted.
The **ool soldier" band consisted of
eleven young Indian braves, and their
act was one of the exceptional deeds
of the aborigines in which the whites
were befriended at the risk of Incur-
ring astraceiation and the enmity of
not only their own tribe, but the entire
BSioux Nation. at the time pwerful and
After conceiving the idea of saving
the white captives the young braves
watched with unceasing vigilance un-
til the opportune time came. when they
secured poseasilou of the captives aud
rushed them to a white settlement
whence they were returned to their
Walworth county was at that time
totally unsettled by whites, but after
tihe whites settled the country the
members of the band were always wel-
come guests at any white man's house.
and after the Walworth County Old
Settlers' association was formed the
survtvors of the band were features of
every reunion of the association.
The monument erected to their mem-
ory will be a plain granite shaft. stand-
I Ing upon two mammoth native bowl-
der and suitably Inscribed with the
account of the deed which won the In.
diana Immortality. Done Robinson of
Pierre. 8. D.., state historian, will de-
liver the address at the dediation of
the WmnnnmInt


Tee Geet a Lee
Whoever knows anything about
the small boy and his pride in his
first pair of trousers will recogni
the truth of a story the Philadel-
phia Ledger prints.
Tommy was at Sunday school in
his first "real" clothes. A picture
of a lot of little angels was before
the class, and the teacher asked
Tommy if he would not like to be
"No, ma'am," replied Tommy
after inspecting the picture.
"Not want to be an angel, Tom-
my!" reproached the teacher. "Why
"'Cause I'd have to give up my
new pants," said Tommy sagely.
Simple Remedy.
A lady journalist who conducted
a page devoted to feminine interests
was ill, and a male member of the
editorial staff did duty as her dep-
uty. He soon distinguished himself.
A correspondent inquired how
grease might best be removed from
soup. He read it hurriedly, noticing
only that it was an inquiry for the
removal of grease. This was his
answer: "Soak a soft cloth in gaso-
line and rub gently till the grease is
eradicated 1*

Wringing the Time of Day.
A certain squire had just set up
with great pains and elaborate I
mathematical calculations a sun-
dial in his garden and was naturally
a little proud of it. One day, as it
so happened, being close to the gar-
den, he was in doubt as to the right
time and told a boy who was with
him to run down and get him the
time from the dial. After a few
minutes the boy appeared, dragging
with him something heavy.
"Here she is, ver honor, an' hard
set Ah was to get her up." He had
torn up the dial from its setting
and draered it up the hill.-London

Bad Attack of Dyseatery Cured

W 1 inaot* Ibe ast, bs

twoi I aVi now dl 60-
ift to is l ae i I a I I S sON"t o

d MWh t H te abaed a tIfh g asr.
Iehidiiw a-and Mr. i. aid
1ostl6. heW VUbasihe ms d ntm

Sexpan fat tha WualoI
Therm e i away os a loe ionp
oid chd tihe to to tbm es ales. The

OWaWrI itR IO ed alteaady aw horu
"he American slaem baon *
thase angered Mr. Pasfy. and
wmb a hod e covered fro h laug

Jthocgh larre orange bays been
alow n tn th Le AN Chamber of
a explain the pat the Wasr tbo a-
t W lotone away avn a long tr ri
Juetvd by the chamber was exhibitan

edadfew dayIIco. Lr. PWeatnmlof
ewanaper men went sadlty away, or
lstead rmof tane pec attach "good store t
th@7 had only this dubious qub.
Giant Navel Orange.
row g of large orange. Have been
shwn wa th e oly Anges C ber ofit
Commerce the past few year the lar a
ges Washngto vel o range ever
feared by the chamber was exhibit-
edafewd by a go.poC.Went: Nersobod
Rikowverside was the producer of the big
range, wy believe gbed f ightly more
ha tha m pounds and measured six-
teen Inebes In pircumfer.sce. A pe-
cuald iferemstance is attached to the
grown I and the orange. The other or-
angues on the tree werem all small, and
the giant was the only piece of fruit
large senogh to est. The tree was a
young one and was bearing only Its
tCndl eysop ofd nagred
Pen Pietawe of Turkey's New sultan.
The new sultan of Turkey as he ap-
peared at the selemntllek is tus de
sw2rbed by a corr pondent:h Nobody
knows what he thank. He aid noth- b
Iig. Many believe be feigned Ignorance
and InSd-ereoce In order to save his
own lf we and to look at him today t
appears as If the eW speati, a rweon-
thle. Onf e, a only reh to his pore
trudn eyes g*ood nature Ingenuaows
mass sad almost 1njntole curiosity.
whch contrast stronay with bhi aged
appearaes He certainly Is good. but
wek. I wasnambletowsein1la10 a
sevoreign of the Mw %poch, a reorgan-
her ot Turkey, a sultan of progress."

"Thry him, yer honor, thry him,"
said Delaney confidently. "I've a!
grand field and plenty o' jumps."
The colt was saddled, and Lord
Archie mounted., le first galloped
around the field. about twenty acres
in extent, and then took him over a
couple of hurdles, a wide turf fence
and finally a stone wall quite five
feet high. Kin, Brian jumped like
a stag, he could -,o a good pace, and
his mouth was perfection.
"Hoow about water?" asked his
I "ather, i it?" said Delanev.
with supreme disdain. "Sure, if ve
put him at the river Shannon he
wouldn't balk."
"Do you think he'd cloar it?"
"Well, no, yer honor," replied
Delanev thoughtfully. "I wouldn't
go as far as that. But, bedad," he
added, with an air of conviction.
"what he didn't jump he'd swim'"
-London Answers.
Boys Will be Boys
And are always getting scratches. cuts.
sprains, bruins. bun|ius. burusorcalds. Don't
n.aetam..p.ha hi. m -thb .e.n .. I mae aL ..


ford, he was seized with the idea
that he would like to dress up one
of Mrs. Cameron's nieces in the
garb of a man. He got one of his
own long epats from the hall and
with a burned cork disfigured her
pretty face, daubing upon it a heavy
black mustache and imperial, and
then retreated to the othe: side of
the room to -iaze with manifest de-
light upon the result of his handi-
work. -- rom "Some Early Victo-
rians." by .. Comnas Carr.
l.4.m's 1 igulets cure constipation without
griping. inami' nor any weakening effects
A-k <.iir sirIggiit f.r then. 25¢s pvr box.

Celebrated tfor style, perfect At, simplicity aJd
relabilty nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly
every city and town in the United States and
Canada, or by mail direct. More so'd than
any other make. Send for tree catalogue

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Wh, Tfe * h1ei 0r a sPi
As a U stpb elemi th wide ?MI iI mL-IIa m I

W nte cO w t nt m as d o e ad t e a r e gire*
w latme my be, the host apWWe medwans titsd
r e aa&d et with a low bow *m -
Io=wed byuteboteb and suafly cwaltextboo eks.
ime or more of th mai, who, l'oamius. rpeed OMn
kneeling, bend to the Boor. Th year to the ju m r lass a course of
haltatioms are returned, a word is lectures en physics. The leetrs
sehanged perhaps about the rooms were illmltratd by experiments,
or the meal that is to be prepared, and in one on compressed air he
sad the guest seats himself on the explained the principle of the wel
low porch or platform that sur- known air g.
rounds the entrances and removes The students of each seeding
his shoes or sandals, leaving them the entered the room for
on the ground. If one wears the las as they entered the room for
Japane cloth shoe and straw san- this particular lecture found on the
d a I did some of the time, the side of the room remote from the
feet are always washed in a wooden platform a small target After ex-
basin of water brought by a maid, pleining the operation of the gun
who comes clattering around the Professor Loomis was in the habit
outside of the house on wooden of landing three of its projectiles
clogs to bring it and sets it down with mathematical accuracy in the
before one on the ground. A little center of the bullseye.
towel is brought, too, unless one, as The professor was always ap-
uasa, has this most useful of arti- lauded for this feat, but his grim
del about his person. face, covered by a tightly drawn
Then the guest steps in, in stock- skin of parchment hue, never show-
ing feet or barefoot, and, preceded ed the slightest sign of gratification
by a servant, passes through the or recognition of any kind. To him
open rooms, often between a double it was apparently only a scientific
line of all the people of the house, experiment to be exactly demon-
who are bowing to the Boor. He strated.
enters the room allotted to him and One class of juniors, however,
there seats himself cross legged on who had learned of the immemorial
a cushion on the matted floor be- incident from the then seniors, at-
* fore a tiny charcoal fire in a brazier tempted a little experiment of
and rests--at least pretends to rest their own, the subject being mathe-
if he is a foreigner-until disregard matical and scientific human a-
for ceremony gets the better of him ture.
and he adopts an easier position. Three puffs from the air gun, and,
Presently comes a demure or smil- although the students saw that the
ing little maid, with rosy cheeks and bullseye was perforated as usual,
fancifully colored silk kimono, who there was not a sound of applause.
kneels outside and slides open the Profesor Loomis looked a moment
paper door, enters, kneels and at the cla in a startled way, then
closes it, brings tea things to the at the target, and then, with a de-
center of the room and, kneeling, agree of emotion he had never be-
pours out a wee cup of tea to the fore shown, exclaimed:
guest or each of the guests. This Did't it hit? Didn't it hit?
done, she bends her forehead to the Didn't it hit ?"
floor and patters out, opening and A roar of laughter, followed by
closing the door, as before. If the even more than the usual applase,
guest is an honored one some dain- showed the professor that he had
ty, such as bean jelly or cakes or not lost his mathematical accuracy.
raw dough rolled in pink and Ca War
green wder, is broughtwith e The ho of the Indian mti-
tea. Then the guest steps out to The horrors of the Indian muti-
the porch to wash, and as he dries ny will still be remembered, and
his f cs ae little i- the cause which led to it is a mat-
his ehe looks at the little l-ter of history. Cartridges greassed
tured garden or off to the distant with cow's fat were served out to
valley or forest or mountain or sea. the sepoyswho refused to use
Returning to his room, he i them on the ground that the cow
most of the time alone until thewased animal. Almost with-
coming of the meal or, if it chances was any sacredning the terrible math-
to be afternoon or evening, until o allowed, which were only
the announcement comes that "theavenged at an enormous expendi-
bath is ready." One is never entire- ture of lives and money.
ly alone. Access to the room is al- The war which deluged Austria
ways free on several sides, and host, and Prussia with blood in 1866 em-
visitor or servant may come in at anated in the former failing to an-
any timune. One becomes used to swer a question asked by the latter.
this and learns to like it in most In the spring that year the Att
ways. There is nothing hidden. It trials began to arm very speedily
makes life simple and informal and and powerfully, and the Prueian
more natural. We found it a dis- wanted to know the reason To
advantage sometimes when we had this they would give no reply, and
too many visitors whose curiosity Prussia, thinking it was an un-
got the better of them, but we al-friendly and menacing action,
ways took it in good part, finding it 'brought about the gory campaign.-
amusing rather than annoying.- London Tit-Bits.
Robert Van Vfeck Anderson min
Popular Science Monthly. Tenyen in Playful Me d.
Tennyson's simplicity would some-
He Would Get Over. times find vent in almost boyish
"If he's as good as he looks," said freaks. One evening, at Farring-
droL rch;e "he'll ,do. ..

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rea hlth the a r a greaant
mdo t mq n ow tthemetreoIFs11
itd o-r--- sA spmw othb-swerea the
hNfskI W tadl lJAk ville liw
"tm M c.wh did w tih hoUmal
-" i the bin, bp t tfhe other
I by t disve majority.

rsmtpmaiaae sw a i which says
tel hootidiuats that form into
an esrieiMt, *you may break the
"-dalwagaiet gambling, provid-
ad ymp py te itat o Floridafor

Drnr othe sta haeu bee put in
the w Meoiab light of receiving
ale ftor doing ifts judicial eye to
the lat of a moral w that aUl
pood n resa u as being good.
Iti toe hoped that the hooe
will wedpy follow suit in which
mot we predict that the governor
wlly speediy give it his signature
to validate its beoun a law.

bry1 Cmaot Come
DbIlrong whot he delaree the
ore fundamental principles of rep-
resn-tatlY government a letter was
received on May 4th by Gov. Gil-
corist and the Florida leiature
from William Jennings Bryan.
Mr. Bryan stats that previous en-
gagements prevent his aeeptance of
the invitation of the lower house to
speak before June 5, the time when
adjournment will be taken. For this
reason he sent the letter instead and
it was ordered spread on the journals.
Hediscusses the trust question, the
regulation of railroads, state guar-
antee of bank deposits and other
principles for which he stands.
He does not discuss the liquor
question to any great extent, but
makes an interesting comment on the
federaMl side of attempted prohibition.
"'No matter whether the prohibi-
tion operates over an entire state, a
county, a precinct or a city," he says,
"wherever the local authorities de-
aide to prohibit the sale of liquor
their decision ought to be respected'
by the federal government, whereas
today the federal government stands
ready to go into partnership with
any person who desires to violate the
local law."
The initiative and referendum he
considers the most important matter
before the states at the present time.
In closing he appeals for the Demo-
cratic cause.
Furniture In China.
Manufacturers of furniture for

the Chinese market have their trou-
bles. In the months of June. July
and August excessive dampness is
prevalent throughout the entire
country, especially in the southern
ports. During these damp months
furniture which is put together with
glue falls apart, drawers stick, roll-
iag tops refuse to work and lat tops
warp and split. Furniture for use
in this climate must, therefore, be
well seasoned before its manufao-
.a- '%.iurmn thea. .s4* in sk. in

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Gruber; nightingale, Ryals Wager on
cornet; poppies, Marguerite Nor-
wood, Leona Kline, Verna Monroe,
Louise Curtis, Maude Renaker.
The flowers meet in a secluded dell
in the forest, to cho.ise their queen.
The recluse, discontented with the
world, seeks in the same place, re-
tirement from its cares and disap-
pointments. The flowers tell of love
and duty; and the recluse, learning
that to fill well the station allotted
Iby Providence, is to be happy, re-
solves to return again to usefulness
and contentment among her associ-
The cantata, although gotten up
in less than three weeks, gave evi-
dence of much thorough training on
the part of Miss Waldron, the direc-

The di vin nes ** I lesL

ad perma" by the wuis d
-I thefol irMs --i'e f-o te

Awo. mai al.. ad 1mm deiat-re
i W'1wd laBdat t m, 3er B

e au iba d, buit th e nite folk

dould t e .l.4edicto comb he-
oen the fo hthSim9 time.
pA ptedi eom Jd M th Jdeaivered
roaty SadpriantetkJ R. Wal

y pMins- the Windplm, pof the
stedsa m g dgrammhrt aldrs fouloe
by a moats Inte est "emswrou-

mo reand t Mo Mnl ode Coun
in pwaide th re Fworie s l aginal
lyopl imts nd then Mireetta Holl
retired th ne vamldi tory for the.
ms i a ma t cm ditable manvered

mby iom f Violet Wind of their
ou" rcoand tby M Made Collin er
in which ter e were several origi

CBe ty Supritendet J. K Walk-
er p; ated then dipo precedingta Hall
delierd a ide Daledictory for the

telme with a short edreit touc manner.
meandot for the ex a nd e of their

ing upod edutatioma in and ther
chmin mnr were hiven.

er presented the diplomrf preceding

ing upon lino, Loes and the
eoello e of our Florida schools and
giving a few words of kindly advice
to the graduates.
Diplomas were then re then presented to
the following ppils. who have com-
eted the grammar course as pre-
scribed by the county school board:
Violet Windham, Loretta Hall,
Maude Collins, Leaah LAley, Bertha
Froacher, Edwin Miller and LeRoy
Interspersed in the programme
Miss Saidee Duren sang "The Maid
and the Rose,d" and "The Open Se-
cret," two pretty soprano solos, in a
charming manner. She has a sweet
voice under perfect control. The
closing song, "Go, Lovely Rose,"
was sung by Miss Merle Scobie. Miss
Scobie has a rich and powerful so-
prano and did herself great credit.
Both Miss Duren and Miss Scobie are
pupils of Miss M. Klebs.
The last on the programme, but
not the least by any meas, was the
beautiful cantata entitled "The Flow-
er Queen," participated in by the fol-
lowing pupils and personifications:
Recluse, Helen Wilson; rose, Merle
Scobie; sunflower, Leah Losley; cro-
cus, Maude Collins; dahlia, Beatrice
Morgan; heliotrope, Willard Hall;
mignonette, Mary Haile; lily, Saidee
Duren; japonica, Miss Teeter; violet,
Violet Windham; hollyhock, Marion

lin received was $1.72 net per box.
In explanation, while Baker & Co.
admitted that the fruit was sound
and well packed, they declared that
the market was swamped with Cali-
fornia oranges. Fruit which Mr.
Koplin is known to send out will hold
its own against California fruit any
day, and the reason cited seems in-
adequate to explain the foregoing
How We Are Increasing.
At the present rate of the
,iwpulation of the United States iIn
191t will be 100.0(0.000.
8100 Reward S100.

The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a constitu-
tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.

..e .. a Thermo w.

S-- ia o M wsinte a -, A -;

whis Jek be eow o the lmdo 6

ofr leading' gro wels t creftul
x Ms. WM K.W.Ha diss er e .

oI omh at tr. opl ih hads
M an ide late fsrt f mdr th grae

Go*ne ean dim 6iQuf eit gh
Irtese to Mr. Kw Hein ad mr
Fails to aGive Resuti
This ifor an expression which one of2.00
our at the grove. Seeing towers recently
quod with a Philadelphia much mmin ad-
hoane. The growe tis George &
Kopi., of Winter Haven, whose withas
an enviable reputation for the care
which he bestows on the cultivation
of his groves, as well as the careful
mstanner in whichhe uniformly picf ors,
gra sound packs hied fruit.
It seems that Mr. Koplin had a
quantity of late fruit of prime quaship-
ity for which he was offered $2.00 a
box at the grove. Seeing the price
quotations north were much in ad-
vance of this he wrote to Barker &
Co., of Philadelphia, a house with
which he had some addealings last year,
stating the amount and quality of or-
anges nte hd to sell.
Barker Co. imes amedi, andtely wired
him, April 9, as follows: "Market
for sound well-packed fruit of good

ment." The wire was later confirm-
edby letter, which added: "Oranges
of good quality and desirable sizes,
'which are sound and well-packed up
are wanted and selling well on this
market at prices hamed, and we hope
you will see your way clear to let your
shipment come forward to us, and
assure you we will spare no pains to
obtain good results for you."
Acting on this advice Mr. Koplin
at once sent forward the fruit, the
shipment totalling 125 boxes, Tardiff
variety. Within a few days Mr. Kop-
lin had the pleasure of receiving the
following statement, which shows
that Barker & Co. did not realize the
- prices held forth to induce the ship-
27 boxes 150's, 200's and 176's sold
for $3.00 per box.
51 boxes 120's sold for $2.50 per
34 boxes 100's and 90's sold for
$2.00 per box.
4 boxes 150's brights sold for $3.00
per box.
9 boxes 126's brights sold for $2.75
per box.
Not a box realized the lowest price
quoted. The average price Mr. Kop-

tiuno iuuu lIuUDi

-No l.. ro AppUWlea IO hTaxa Ded Uod.r
Do Not Endanger Life When a Titus- *e* s la o@ ,hW 8 Law.
vule Citizen Shows You the Cure Noiwe is hereby given that Jm-pbh W n.
Why will Ieople continue tosufferthe purchaser of tai ertiirate N. date.. ;
S_. 3Srd day of July A. D.. MlA, has nll -it crr-
agonies of kidney complaint, backache, tifdcale ion my A.ce, andI htu1ed ,1n.',.u .utio*
urinary disorders, lameness, headaches, for tax deed to issue in ac-rdane.. w it ,aw
ur wh allow themselves to be- ertiftcate emnbraciu the follosaIu x de-
langour. why allow themselves to be- cribed property sitasted in l rvevd .,.aaty.
come chronic invalids, when a certain Florida, to-wit: N. I of W of w ) W: N
cure is offered them? W. section W. o town ship21 At ,uth. ,st 35
east. The tad lanid hemwg amum d ,t ie. Ja&t
Dean's Kidney Pills is the remedy to of the issuaune of such rtifacate 1 ith, :.ame
use, because it gives to the kidneys the 0f .Warren (Eat.) 'nult.s l -,rtu e
help they need to perform their ork. shall be redee oed ate 7h ay utolaw. ta deed
will issue thoreu on the 7th day uf.l,ii., % D.
If you have any. even one. of the 11.
symptoms of kidney diseases, cjreyour- Witutasuy ,,taal siguMtur* at --. t.i
self now, before diabetes, dropsy or the 7th day of May A. D.. 19Mt.
brights disease sets in. Read this Titus- A .~A STF.W rT.
ville testimony: C(lerk ('ir'uit Couit Brevardl ount '..r*l.
J. W. Webber, living on Main St., -
Titusville, Fla., says: "I used Doan's 8]E ryy'S SABLS
Kidney Pills and can say that they did
me a great deal of good. My back was Notice is hereby given that. uaud, and by
very lame and sore and pained me virtue ofeus e ms retuiore*d by me mAtlltw
intensely if I stooped or lifted any- for Breard county. Florida. aanest Jeba B
thing. I was kept in almost constant Walker and H. B. Mac r tmDtra un-
misery. My kidneys were also very ir- der the rm names and le of Joun k Wal-
regular and on account of the two fre- ker & Co., and the Walker Hardwar. ( ,o t,
quent action of the secretions, I was which the following (artaiare plaintiu is
forced to arise many times during the the several suits, via;
night. I read about Doan's Kidney Mcllwaine KnightA .'o Erne- L.Kb. .'-
& Co.; Se hwab (.%baing 'o., t'arwrxIt bhurtai-
Pills, obtained a box and had used them ill Co.; The RegS Manufacturiuang H B
but a short time before I felt a great (lagin Co.; Boydell Bri White Lesa a Coior
deal better. By the time I had finished Co.; Augustus Wright Co.; C. H. A K. s ;ol.i-
the contents of the one box, the back- burg: Frank & Co.; Atkins McKeieIuu a
ache had become a thing of the past, Brown Co.; Millbmry Atautiu supply -,.
and the lameness and soreness had dis- The Rosafeld Co.; and Bridg orml & to I
appeared. I am now able to rest well have levied upon and will sell at public au*
at night, my back is much stronger, and tion to the highet and bel bidd er for ma
I am feeling better in every way. ,h e..... .a.. u., ..... .. -

a' Armedper *N. sihm T-a .ou at -s was a peo_

m-aimd M- lsl c i m*

Joham eaMirs a. Gar paMS.g S wa^ dst as
w -. mw M. maISa-. ,5ISJ T w - *._S pinm .
d lW-md_,_ Pa mM a a baM ough, No ed

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B.uAHMa. Ii" a.l t I -o om d
V arous mahtert h ma. W a

J. LSwim.oe. Ai" n rh im *Mha W.
L W. 1ie.a, IN" saw l" i amm
Jwon KeiOe " Aw .,S. L.bsl to.

p W. f, s or Apr. 7.W. 3ama, use *My d ifT

Ph. elhmIot pe d one he4mion e. Jn... Noywin moh as adw is, pab
.. miser, prad iem and t eilseue.
ti. ohadeu-e. ofu.r *. ". 0 Cl 0 be. 0r 0 lW

TvshWam .T es are im is yst beam.ris IClWl
SCeI roaveomte b, it.e... o" Mixed o MW* e* taU

G. F. Dalnce, hitor N e. .....--e-e-fa .T t_ a na r. .- r
gl .Mame, o sr ot No. ......... So.
iP. AteIM,. raut o une 7 homi .... 1.99 t. amO =, it MartMS M e
co. b L alrdoer, taoarrl defA MWi . ,s fo ah1 W"Meoe

D ue triad goult i re ,ak n it.-- -...
Ian Rivt e rei mA mk iot.-- t.t fnd rn -doW eemtm IV sto I eaRSdis

a n. Rmey, Pula eerolda pupie low

teachers' examination be held in June Now Wth mother Os tis 11 1W
of this year prevailed and the secre- ound at the Ut.
tary was instructed to publish a ne- Her alowlng words : we Tao hav
tice to that effect. doie a gret del for her. Ihe I the
only girl we hVe,. sad it iMet 1
Gold. is to ha.e bher eord."
An assayer waved his hand to- The 5lay smb es J mW a O"Mo
Lawhich Dr. art0m" is LpmORvIgm com-
ward the mgots lying in a corner
of the room. othr.h W.hie the difee-lt aethuole
"A good assayer," he said, "can d nieerea W bMe ring and dfrn
tell at a glance whence a piece of M-to tb0met and reomldM w a
gold came, as a good wool sorter go L rightNtD. d1yoa givi6gpmMmt
can tell what country's soil gave his eist. Aftno all, it isour tbat the
Nfeece its color. It is a matter of pe ple w Tan. ah1ear 1 5li
color. California gold is yellow, aeouatN
Australia gold is red, and the gold
of the Ural is the reddest found HENRY RIVERS
anywhere. Placer gold is yellower a $ t sT
t thn that obtained from the quartz, Tonsorial Pa rlors
and behind you is an Alaskan placer
ingot, the yellowest gold in the CmrorJulia n sd Pi S rteb o am lt e
worldT." f. a. s ilway 8tiob s
Nature Study.
In the villae o of H-- there w.s Fuahionabl. Har Outto l ei ad
much interest n nature vtudv, and esna-wld etrbed.m
through the efforts of the local sec-

teaeirr of thee primary school took l e-- ---.-
her pupils out for a bird walk. Tax e b a nt
Little Edward, aged three and a Tx- Tatoeientfortlmemontheof rNl. IO.
half, returned from the walk much for whmh levied aMd collected for tin yar
oexci ed. 190 as per S. 16, Ctap. 411.i Law uoft
"What bird.w did vou see,?" asked Cu.;'tet in tm't yet
his mother. COuuty Revenue- Apr. IoS tulfgict
(teuerai fund-.-.----- $ K.l
He thought deeply for a moment Sois l fud.----------...It is.Ml tMh
and tien answered proudly, "I .aw Re iad aebridpe fomd. 7e7.13 .'tm7M
a robin-and a bluebird--and a Poll,(oolund-- .4
horse chestnut !"-Lippincott's. Total 0,mG'A 513" ,.S
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ri mewei. Iourmtia. I

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Md OWNu OW.oidth u.

d rdat adhedr 'anrge, s

aWd usms we have fruit at p-a

S We dwores, e ad h stot e an
I" vt to thws wy dmm m iUn a
S .u pm islto-se irtla the

klest - etl, wd att hw t
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a- e te for o-ur Is da bm in
amwhept wem a few doursr om

VMt to as m rkst ondlteon an

ue. s ah og ihuse. r his Is
Ap a rule very few of the or
w we St ever t hre. ere r--
quite a l d dalw oe lay duse. t

fruit when be rought nto the o
Mr.o, market hUnitied Stes a
a. nt man it here, who hashed

muhfor the orange growers ina

a washed out halinere. Everythe
S however, is dry brushe, as the
te a good de al of thela dust on

fruit when brought intoin the hoRiverside di
Mr. Powell the Unitd Ebtoa t

m d asor the orange gro ere l
Ifornia, is onductin our party
g ling all information deeored a
which methods of handling the tI(
are most nearly perfect Todaup
Saregoalng toist all the lare
iag houses in the Ritverside dist
and t a the factoryhere of i
C lifoornia Iron Works, which
among the largest of the manut
h lb. Talifornia people are o
s every atrtention, evenorid beyond
expectations, and I think our en

H. A. WA.
oRiverside, Cal., April 0, 1909.

His MWnder.
'Have you ever stopped to
think'- he began and then hei-
"Well," she urged, "go on. What
were you going to say?,"
a"I beg your pardon," he replied.
"I was about to ask you whether
you had ever stopped to think about
something, but I might have known
that you never did."
"And you mean to insinuate that
I never think she demanded.
tnLk a & not at all" he made

MW-i l a
heWsw meads toter

ItiB pWnS-tohe e thatthelad n

Sdti dertment i every high
S hool in the state. The rWrietions
a o be tkenldb off. Alaw should
S tbe p-md allowing the b&* the
mtt rightwetserage ian a thispprtain*
--M bg to educatibn and the conduct .
. the abook, and they should hae the
of rigt of RrageIn muinidpalaffaira.
Were there industrial schools In
Sthis atate, and all of thesemade as
t much of a acoessas MiBerry has
WO made of he then the problem
w tof what hall w do with our boys
Swll be solved. The ladies' Influence
MM eould be nu quite useful in meu-
the ring more tereet in school by the
eal ebolars.
W. Under the present system 8 per
ent of the boys that are now attend-
had Ingehool will be le Asight of in ten
o- Y after they leave school. The
t scholars now have nolasterial inter-
at ina sool only o far as to have a
U- gxood time and only think of the reel-
ou tatOn room when the bell rings them
ibe away from thir ply.
b The legislature proposes to appro-
P- private $4S000 per year for two years
s for a teahe' institute. Iftea her
po Is qualified to teach they do not need
Not an lmtitute to learn them. Prior to
Ratt the civil war a teachers' Invttut was
amM never heard of. If the $8, was
)o001- apopriated for theestabh ntof
industrial departments, it would be
our of far more benefit to the scholars.
NMI- If one of our doctors had to attend
the medical lectures every time he had
S an important case, or one of our law-
io9 years had to runoff toalawschoolaf-
ae ter every court, or our circuit judges
eral had to have an institute after every
N term of court, what would the people
I be- think of their ability?
Before this semion of the Florida
legislature closes let the ladies de-
nlg mand their rights from it; their right
to vote on educational and municipal
the affairs and their right to hold any
office governing the school system.
S. The hand that rocks the cradle rules
Sv- the world. Then let them have the
Cal- God-given right to prepare their chil-
S dren for future usefulness by giving
them complete control of the south's
s to educational regime. H. L. HAGY.
rwe It you expect to get the original Carboliaed
ack- Witch Hasel Salve you must be sure it is De-
ricts Witt's Carboliaed Witch Hazel Salve. It is
Sthe good for cats, burns aud bruise, and iskepec
h a italy good for piles. Retase substitutes. Sold
Sby Banner Drug Store
nt. Reply of F. J. Webb to the County
ving Commissioners of Brevard County
our As the county commissioners failed to
tire give any reason why they turned my
going letter to them down, I will give an ac-
count and my motive for writing to

About 7 o'clock in the evening of Oc-
tober 18th, 1908, one Ase Wingate, who
was drinking at the time, was at my
front gate with his knife in his hand,
which was open. According to his state-
ment to the man who was trying to take
him away from*my place, and what I
heard him say, myself, was, that he
would not die satisfied until he had got
nowin this man Wingate to be a
chronic er and not knowing what
he might do to me when in that condi-
tion, Twent to Dr. Wikon's office and
had a warrant issued for his arrest.
Dr. Wilson ised the warrant as county
d d not hearing anything about
the matter I allied upon W and
Asldi in km ba e 4.thw a.r-

I Iw- -t bhasew
,a o SO m a t, os- S it t

w atatesM ai t eetIwa t eete -
sTothu wu lemb muc t have-
av l abd aN tM id trevab d be -
im the ofte r dthat
iht I see at rI to oe
k 'toet ppwto U w hrto
both enm _I d Tuesday while they
were in-seim..I
I deum td a d Ia Ja

have beenlm eadd handed over for
oexAtlon and never eented and mnot-
Sunobeid by he td of othe. wi
states orf b for tho e oft of
aRef asal to mxeute wt oprcehs
-1if toffdwif tho rizd tor pr to,
cm ard It w oarrantdy refuses to
execute any lawful pacrn to him di-
Iete amd hrqedtyi him toa t iem'
0 hart ed otith t or Vf the wifyor
orpty omits or tea o execute
ayb process, wherey sh perkid w an
bcaperIsaov wat larcg he a o ll be
haoe ebyi iotprisment not exceed
eeor by fine not e edainth
ive hee~ f4dollar.i.
And for tthe b tt of our readers I
wl noee otia f the aboastat-
ute. This ection applies to both cuim-
Rfailure to Execute Proess Gena-
auth an id toer eut.eprocess, who wil-
fetey or ferruptly refuses or neglects to
1eetse and tetnaidccordingMto law,
y proee a delivered to iy toh hll be
raised by impr imeriL t not rexceed-
a vonee h aro0by fne not exceeding
The sheriff i Mre le, or huis
a warrant but moust executeit. Hehas
nothing to do with the matter whatever
simply to execute the warrant. It is no
part of his duty to question the legality
of the warrant, that is for the justice
or judgelto attend to. F. J. We B.
Titusville, Florida.
Everybody is likely to have kidney and
bladder trouble. In f&ct nearly everybody

back and groin, scalding se n, urineary
disorder et-hat's your kidneys. The
best thing to do is to get some of erWitt's
Kidn and Bladder Pills right away. Take
then fora fe h f oor a week or so andyou
withll feel all right. In this way tooa, youwill
ward of dangerous aMpossibly serious ail-
m outs. The ou e ly harmless, and
are not only at btllay pain toquickly
by their he ling proper tes. end your name
trial box. They are sold he b Banner
Drug store.
An interrupted Wedding Feast.
While a wedding bereakfast was inh
progress inhd the village aof Novery,
in Savo ay the broor gave way, and
the guests fell through into a cow
the neck of a cow, which took fright
and dashed out into the Seld with
the bride clinging to its horns. The
found the bride hanging by her hair
from a branch beneath which the
cow had passed. She was rescued
in a tadly bruised condition.
ar o nyat-pibtalypi ucl
byterhai&poete.Sn ornm

General Demand
oi the Well-Informed of the World has
always been for a simple, pleasant and
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known
value; a laxative which physicians could
sanction for family use because its com-
ponent parts are known to them to be
wholesome and truldy beneficial in effect,
acceptablee to the system and gentle, yet
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with its ex-
cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup
Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies
on the merits of the laxative for its remark-
able mm

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Raw materials tested automatically for cementing propeti ever,'
1i.j.iaL t thcy cori.e L .mn cCLt ers--iIuIe proportioned on the
'esms l. n. ke every p .u.:d a!.,. s the s.aec streagth-burned in lo"
kilns at uninnrm te~mperat.ur', so never over 0i
pag derbnw1- hen powdered
Uniformly Fine as Flour
Most economical because itbind IO m'-e
.L... sand than aay o! -r cr the market.. Ask t:
"it.nlUI-- dealer why or r.; d:'c -t to us for free bockl-.

East Coast Lumber & Supply Co

Distributors for the East Coast

SSummer Fertilizinj

Citrus Trees
This is a very important application, for a liberal supl
of food at this time increases the size of the fruit and giv
a large bearing surface for next year's crop. You canm
O afford to economize (?) on fertilizer. Neither should y
delay about applying it. Nature calls for help in May a
this is the time when fertilizer will do the trees the m(
good. Later applications prolong the growth and thereft
the maturing of the fruit, thus making the crop late and s
ping the vitality of soiL Write to us about them and ask
ourbooklet, "Good Old Summer Time in the Orange Groves
Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
Special Fruit and Vine Manure






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ide, coupled In sets of fours, with a
high pressure drive on the rear four
and a low pressure cylinder action on
those ahead. The big locomotives are
In fact two engines which have been
combineat and made to work In unison.
STh total weight of each locomotive
to 4&000 pounds, of which 380.000
pounds seat on the driving wheels.
The tender, which rests on eight
whbls, weighs 10.000 pounds, loaded.
so that the total weight of engine and
tender to approximately 300 tons. The
leoemotive burn fuel oil and work at
00 poeds steam pressure. A super-
eator provided for drying the
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F.. Row"R Pon.e am e we eam

Sw t a trip to urope
*$nu ft a am sr

bs me h easer an heuse
ewmedst avoue wblebh has long
ths, am eo w e James J5srmO .-

-whto o ave amassed a fbrtwm con-
tf a prlvat aseo l w girt a
WOWir was ecanly In the
be-are fe MiosOs James had
paMel re ward far the plucky
psapeMs. They decided that he should
'bmpe and at tey so"Md ac-
e-MOP ay i es o e trip towe that
he d t t ltest while patroUng PIc-
Admy ad te Avease Bet de Bon.
W %The MimSes James and their
p*,, s e_ -:a-e we paessenge on
MR t= n 49 S AmdeaiUMne wich
1-Phadephi the other
a" he a t he appit man w to
o 2weaf am easen o ems m an-
m-S tat th wwe going to take
i wh tWm and keep him abroad
rsAms matha t HBe felt so light
eM and light heeded he had to
el ways to keep tfrom lyu g.
aNtM all his friends that he was
&%M to go to lep for fear he would
wo up -ad and his ocean voyage
e*md -toe orInary frybeat
tUo tss the eavy oft every polie-.
, *1 ant I f bm.
u polmMeo have asked to be
tmm mat to Cip's old beat during
b seem Is the hope that burglars
N OW t"em *chance to show that
t0 arm e1nt14d to a trip aeeas the
Sfthee James eleters are the last
9 -O ft TreWteW's oldest fammlsL
WhiO elem up there school each
ye O y go to rope and remain
fr the mmr. returning tn time to
msan teimpuis fr the af term.
t-~- wO~R L ew ave-d-"
00! 'evsv sattempwas made
*to m tOatm er a secet. but it be.
S*o Iwhe e ahed &th
C i Httake th ree
-MM' .vastMo at his owa wnemaxps
f0At hat hiM pay wll be cut off
M not bother him, because he i
ad to have a large bank account. He
1s the only policeman i -the cdty of
Teantoe who eat afford an automobile.
d his day of rt est he tours the
a Ints his machlse. He is single.
AmeNN eer acomplsh.ments, he is aa
n gdlut er and a l a esaud athlete.
"UVbn gt back all the things 1
have been asked to bring back It
w Sid take the Americasn eet to carry
t- UaKd (oMp just before e start-
at or PhiladelphIa "All my friends
waat so8velrs of the trip. The Irsh
member of te department want shil-
slait, the Germans want stoi as d dI
oe tlow bad the nerve to ask me to
bring him a camel. All my women
friea have requested handkerhief
collars and stuff like that When I
strike Treto again I'll look Uke an
old eM ths mn. because r going to
try to remember everybody." New
York HeraL

Two n Their Way to California Weioh
Nearly 00 Tens eaek.
The two largest locomotives In the
world, intended for the use of the
southern Pacife In the southwest.
were recently In Chicago making their
oeiurly way toward California. The
egn arm Intoended to haul freight
across the mouatains. They are prac-
tically twice as large as the ordinary
big freght aegie, measuring ninety-.
two feet, loco'tlve and tender.
There are eight drive wheels on the


thoroughfose a field telephone will be
installed, and an officer there will send
Information to the farther end of the
approach of a violator of the speed
Here will be established a water gun
with a three Inch nozzle and 100
pounds pressure to the Inch. On the
refusal of the chauffeur to stop when
ordered a stream will be turned upon
himn with a force sufficient to lift him
out of the machine without Inflicting
serious Injury.

Drama to Last Five Evenings.
Count Tolstoy's novel "'War and
Peace" is now being dr:zamtized Iat
St. Perernburtg and will be stared I)
permlislsion of the court officials at the
Imperial Olcr'.' Theu nov! will fIti'n
one of the longest plays ever presented
on) :a Europe:i i t:ige. tle' i(l:i terrs htiv-
Ing worked it Into fifty scenes, the p r-
formann e of whi-h will eoovr five s.e-

A Living Skeleton
Is the final condition of any child that has
worms if it lives. Think of having something
in your stomach that eats all you take as nour-
ishment. Nine tenths of the babies have
worms, may be yours has. Be certain that it
has not by giving it White's Cream Vterwifuge


i, nd kthen gt o M*etico wnll be

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peat flaa w n obe wfteeeawe o- t

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asg Ddsw8 oa.a
uAi tsas a oear Tee, baftod Hea-

dAppl ed- a l HeSWSl Uanmdhated

S the breathe to hi left foot.h
lThks, new I s said, w part. st the

eatmnt gWivn the andmira by 0.
ase the power sad bMal all human adly

sutsn by placing his nbeds on the
A. armw w n, ore, W. V to h wrims
BanneDrag mor e
Ae to Wtmnt reat T After Healer
Had Apiied H and at the ented of
Ret ar Admiral Roey D. as able to
alke thot her crunight at Los Ang or yeles
r the rst imeen able two years to wighe
gl the great toe on his b left foot.
Tht It e maniul was the res th of the
tsatmat giveA the admiral by R. G.
Doyle of Los Angelse. who claims to
bave the power to bal all human all-
eats by placing os hands pl th e
body of them afflksted ae and chanting
a Ntw wno knaown aly to thoalm t
The treatment lasted pe boor. so
medicine being uased and at the end of
that time Admiral yet wa able to-
walk without hto crutches For years
be has not ben able to more the
thumb s ei m Peo and. but after the,
treatment We malpimated that digit
with oese.
A nd June maun-
I ea a hw ti to senWilish wbN.

seretayof the association; PhiU U
M rowa m, lBHsaior ofa r the The

sate "alouas Notes." T gsof livlr

depart on the Cunard sten amsip Sax-

.ini.n. lesa Boston for Lveorpool
b Tue -iy, May yt tely Sa

IOne purpose o oes te per bottle.
an byanrst im te wor's xt n

day school conventio.N which wltl be
ope to Hnduce at r iea t V0 worke
from Great Inta to ome to ain

This tour will he under the direction
of the British Sunday school wonrk-
on VW Wpebd Jane tI mak1g a uTn-

day tooldt org laon of its kind i
a. The tourist will vt all theN.

tiotiv welcome ittee ofe eInted t

them June 1 in Cryst al palae. o i
Mdon. A aurece of toles w d e t
I n of the Baritish nation; P anthem
Howard oter songs by 5of000 Sunday

school Tim etlde and N. et bs au-
tbor'of "Peloubmeb Notes." Theey woll
depart on the Canard steamship sax.
ona. Aeaitng Boston for LUverpool

S'wn i S but s ..i

of theO e sN#n OWE Amen..
S We m a a y. nwes s I, -e I

Ueps e dmm by a. W min when
SW Wy.a ese a to e~ s yeas n f
ta pesls. They kUed ths e mMV
or feo di n IUn by *S sein m

fwi r to Mb im.
Theme tw msn owe thek liberty to a
pm said to have been written by Ar
mold. o 80 r as wea explaed at the
time coauwtatia was granted. Arnold
and his companion did not Seearvw
cledmecy or any at the usual reasons
given for pardons. but merely because
Arnold's poem demonstrLatd that he
should have reedosm I order to ex-

The governor was especially im-
pressed with Arnold's poem. He read
and reread It.
"It's I classic!" he cred enthusias-
tically. "It's the work of genius."
The governor called several friends
Into, his oie.
"Listen to this!" he extcaimed and
The Causer use but lightly feels
SThe dally dole of l.
ut wat distress eah hour reveal
ror him who In his hseirt conceals
om aspirations !
All agreed that there was merit to
the verse.
"But there are others Just an good!"
continued the governor. He read on:
I cannot fawnlagly Implore.
As Meble. Bale hearts can
But In humilty before
The power thabars my prison door
I plead as nman to uan.
Oft tflly more than vice appears
SIn errors we have made.
The m0 I that the man rover
Is notice dream of early years.
Youth's brief delusions fade.
Though hearts, mbittered, still retail
A grudge for old mistakes.
omessive penalties are vain.
The lo g monotony of pain
No restitution makes.
The ancient eye tor eye deree
God has himself destroyed.
St speaks that voles from Calvary.
Mall Shylocks. with tbeir ghoulish glee.
Mae his commadindets void?
Aye "blessed are the meretil.'
O Chrstian heart, relent!
For sins of tonly faults of wul.
I kneel at mercy's tribunal.
A contrite peltent.
LJaM have I boen with sorrow. Long
Thoe es 6isg years
Rave held no freight of love and song
And laughtr-only pain and wreng
And peantence and tears
Per home and love, for liberty
To toll as free men can.
0 hand of fate. that bare to me
The ates of opportunity.
I plead as man to man!
Those who have come in personal
contact with Arnold were for the most
part convinced that be had plagiarized
the poem. The state and other 11.
braries have been searched. Reference
books have been sought and every-
thing done to find the original of the
poem if It existed. Nothing of the
kind has been found. Now even the
most skeptical are almost willing to
admit that he probably wrote it.
In conversation Arnold does not give
the impression of brilliancy or any.
Sting beyond common education. Hi
English is faulty, and there is noth-
Ing about him to indicate that beneath
his sneer there lurks a literary genius

Hammond (Ind.) Auto Speeders to Be
Stopped by Three Inch stream.
The police of Rammond. Ind., have
devised a new plan to quench the
ardor of the motor car scorchers.
whose favorite stretch for speeding Is
Calumet avenue. Midway along this

This i an exact repnsentation of tue
Carton oA t.ning a bottle of St. J.,-
seph's Liquid Liver Regulator. but it i6 q
much larse than this illustration. ait,
printed in black ink ona s .II,w cartas.
Druggssistsand general merch:tntssell 1a
at 50ceitsa bottle. or yu can get it di-
rect from us at the same pric*. 'Tt. is i
a delishtful liver i,.diii. e-pr, ',aptl
effective, and exceeteirly Wpl,. 1, t ,to
the taste. Try i- one I. t. r .. isfy
youmelf-and y'll w i, t ,


Sm-* nsom carnaL
"nwm .w swe b.elft e..of

tn- esm o sb mn se dw end
at *Wneve Nm is t wo samis e a
ain, peGIm oema Ausitim are
Won md -sad* end e-@e V
weMl et a amu a md th wae ft beM
at atbe-t spots sloa the amo
Thaerse to th estat covered ober
a domeet and with winguarded by twory
round oo the third floor. The h
Iend I dIn from he wayeod tt
Sthe ocean iot lis bt a thoe over th
walk s.
Ther iooms whia great coveran ed pore-ced
here over th e vate dveway lde
Sto the house. R ng around liht-as
thed bye sides doos a whihde veranda. and
eranda on the oce ide is a tower crowned with
a dome and with windows nearly all
around on the third taloor. There is a
with eranda leading from the second to the
Sthe ocean ldin. of the house overng roohe
diaroin room which canberes, aix ed
num every one of thebedroomr. A chan-
Prom the ball on the Beverly s
of the cottage one enters the great liv-
gereball on the left. The ball is light-
edOn by glass doors, whicich open on the
veranceda on mathe ocean side, and four
sthe chambeined glass windows over the and-
Ing on the main staircase. The living
room Is finished in paneled sycamore.
with atapetry paper rmost parnning to the
ceiling molding. bedsrom the moving room
the staircase leads to a bmplete.cony. Bath-
aroomsund which are the chambers. six On
umber. on the secondthird floor. A chan-
deller anll from a paneled cellfurng.
Prom the living room to the right is
the musdining room, aboutinished in by 18. white.
There is a beautiful library on the left.
inishnged n cherry. with a telephone
and other tables.
On the second foor. from which en-
trance is made from the ebakony. are
the coloniambers all with all n iews.hog-
These are for the mfot part fireplace
in white. The edsare of brass, ghtand
the urnisheng Thare complete. Batom-
rooms connect with the chambers. On
the third dor are a number of guest
chambers, all equally well furnished.
From the living room on the left is
the dining room. about 35 by I& with
windows opening on the ocean. The

dining room Isonished in lre aneled well-
lequippedsh oak to the height of four feet. and
theould aperesids a tapestry, with a heavy
white corwll induce at the ceilMong. The din-golf
ing table, the Chippendale buffet and
the colonial fouairs are allnd t mahog-
any. There is a comfortable fireplace
in this room. The cotagge is lighted
by electricity and has every modern
convenience. The stables. The acom
Hunodate haclub a dsix horses and still
urnishwooded room for a exlusively for horsell
equipped garage.
Should President Taft desire to play
gol backe will ding the Montserrat golf
links two miles away, bothe Hamilton
Golf club four miles and the hesx
Golf club seven miles. The Myopia
Hunt club is six miles away and has
wooded roads exclusively for horse-

rlan churches.

S I-.

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Experiment With English Pheasants.
An American Is starting a large Eng-
lish pheasant farm on a 100 acre Is-
land among the Thousand Islands, be-
low Kingston, Canada, and plans to
mise 4.000 to 5.000 English golden
pheasants. It to claimed that the birds
can be prevented from flying far. and
as the island has a water expanse of
at least half a mile on either side the
pben-ants can he isolated on the Island
Dyspepsia is America's curse. Burdock
Blood Bitters conqiers dyspepsia every time.
It drives out impurities, tones the stomach,
restores perfect digeutiou. normal weight. and
good health.

T it'siPills
A torpid liver deranges the whole
system, and produces
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rhee-
mtiam, Sallow Skin mad Piles.
Thero I no hitter rum fy or these
cemmom diseasesthan Di TIITTS
LIVER PILLS, as a trial will per .
Take No Substitute.

Cream Vermifuge



UrI A nU M *g.i rgAWaITF TONiC.

Dr. George W. Bailey of Philadel-
phias chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the World's association. al-.
ready has much of the program for the
sixth quadrennial convention mapped
out. The last gathering of this organ-
Isation was in Rome and the one pre-
viousn o that in Jerusalem.

Steamship Company's Plan to Pretect
Card Players From Sharps.
Chagrined because of the failure of
passengers to prosecute ocean gam-|
blers, Captain Clippers of the steam-'
ship Kaiser Wilhelm II. and the o-
cears of the North German bloyd have
arranged a new method to warn pas-
sengers, which. It is believed, will be
effective. It is the posting of photo-
grapha In the fist class smoking room.
As warnings printed In various lan-
guages in big black type seem to be
of no avall, the system of framed pbo.-
tographse of men whose methods are
so well known that there can be no
mistake will be Installed.
The photographs of the gamblers
with their various alases attached
will be framed, and it is believed that
no gambler whose face Is pictured will


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i the te.deny 3TO hold
MWTWe m'an that the
t* for oxygen, and the
S~rmsth veich ve cal a
S3itef the
& msese by which the
bt n owt ,eU sw.
"bwd d eate-Dr. I

An ii of London.
who was for continmg
S h it to his rich patients after
he had turnd their diorden out
e d ,atteaded a lady of some
\k .r in tSe world of *it for
Sthre. m after her recover
and rulary ed with her until,
thi manner, he received
Sma i g fee of 5 ess.
Weary of his expe ve c and
concluding that lessen the fee
would be to lose the visitor, she
ventured to give him 4 guineas at
the ooeslusion of his next call. He
lbaked aaziously in his hand, then
| tho earet and stood for some
t in evident m.
aBave you lost anything?" in-

O ftma I thought I had
t is a mistake in the per-
se, sir," reoined the fair patient.
It is I who have dropped the

The dooter, of course, dropped
S his vista.
"Ow ***e Waves Move.
Thes *peed with which sound
wave are transmitted through the
atm r 4epef upon several
amdi&tio When the temp ture
is at SS ee P. sounds move
with a eefof 1,00 feet per sec-
A nd, the velocity increasing with
the temperature at the rate of
S about one foot of speed per second
for ahb degree above the freesng
poit. Tsen aan in dam air
I found moves wit a greater veloi.ty
than it does in dry air, no odds if
as dry air be warm and the damp
oead. In water sound mov more
than four times as fast as it does in
air, or say at about the rate of
A4Lo feat ar seMod.

-A A
* 1 wias -W i6 eday
4 9 ler th5e 0dyuey."
" gew meet teeotd.
Off ely yu eanld read them in
the oigLal sged dFape.
.Why notr?" asked Dumas.

e dot ua-w alpha

lia at th Greek and then give a
teal talation. Dumaes quickly

.-gfed it.
a 0,fmilhroadI.
I l o th name of an th e neime,
. Pmas," exclaimed Pages, "but
Hyo anre igug your name to the
"Certainly', respeeded Duma,
ht .to my versn of it It
wfll appear a a felleoa in
a s fi Illed with dismay, a
he ateaard but before
eh nadelty a" naivete he felt
dplm. RHow va he to convince
a raise d aehse ter o every tri-
JMhthat he wa too bold ?
Aa o it he aet day an iwtaU-
etd t "itd, as do ered atin
half an hear or so by a man who
eomd etad ad the Geek alphabet
appeared at the bottom of the page
ofeMousquetaire, with the note,
Continued our next."
This enterprising bit of journal-
ism raised such a storm of criticism
that Dumas was persuaded to di-.
continue it after the third install-
ment, though it was doubted that
he quite undretood what was the
trouble.-t Paul Pioneer Press.
eng Teo e aor .
"Yes," sighed the suburban man,
who had just moved in, "at the last
place I had the prettier little gar-
den that ever bloomed until my
neighbor's chickens seratehed the
roots up."
Sdid you kicker? asked his
new acquaintance.
"You bet! I got a big tomcat
that soon made mincemeat of his
"What then?"9
"Why, the next I knew he had
bought a ferocious bulldog to watch
for my tom."
"H'm I And did that end the
"Oh, no! I borrowed a wolf from
an animal trainer to kill the bull-
War to the knife, eh? What
was the next chapter in the bitter
feud ?"
"There was none. I heard that
he was about to purchase a tiger to
kill my wolf, and as I couldn't af-
ford the price of an elephant to
kill his tiger I thought it best to

Caum of liSnos.
The dangers to which the modern
eye is exposed fall into two great
classes-disease and overuse from
near work. Here another great
consoling fact faces us, and that is
that while overwork and consequent
eye strain are by far the common-
est troubles that befall the modern
eye, discomfort and inefficiency are
as far as they go in ninety-nine
cases out of a hundred. It is a fact
that 99.9 per cent of all blind-
ners is due to disease and not to
overwork. More significant yet,
seven-tenths of the diseases which
produce bhutns are the acute in-

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~i. i Mt me etf M I eo-
. ~h's mym eT isy toy I

Amnq d the vmite oe ha a ox-
hniom a U diabuir were two old
MldISs rm the tv.o"r. They az-
nnd with M iteest othe
state of a MnC Greek, under-
Meath which wer inemrbed the
words "Enuated In Terra Cottr."
"Where is Terra Cotta?" asked
the elder of the twoturn toher
thavent the least idea," replied
the other.
"Ah, edwe t observed the firt
speaker a they passed on, "it doe
Bet wtch matter. The poor
who was eweeted is not tieless to
be pitied, wherever it may mb."-
tondh oMail.
Th*e Diglad Cowrte.
An army examiner once had a
candidate before him who appar-
ently was unable to answer the sim-
plest question. At last the exam-
iner lost his temper and, with setar-
castic emphasis, quite lost on the
youth before him, said:
"Suppose, sir, that you were a
captain in command of a company
of infantry; that in your rear was
Ea impaable abys; that on ei-
ther side of you towered perpend-
lar rocks of ntraversab e eight;
that before you stood the enemy,
a hundred men to each one of
yours. What, sir, would you do in
thi emergency?'
"Sir," said the aspirant to mili-
tary honors, "I should resign "-
Peanom's Weekly.
The Z.t Oom. Oa..e
than any other dism. obr the resom that it
a she mt oo as f al H andu s Ditiscer-
tainl mtiiyil to aafiers to know that
Ciswbernti rely amt will afbard reief
and mik rt adm sleep posble. In oauy
ass tshe relief from pa.lm which Is at frit
tIsprary, bas become permamet while in
ton broat on by dampsees or changes in the
weather permanent core cannot be expect-
ed the relief frompan which this liniment
Itr1s is alose worth -ay ttiam ift t. 15.
and 50 cent slas for sale by Tisuaville Phar.

I* Inbatm b ad Ch li.
NhiKW Y No" An I*ht
DBears the


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MRS. D. BAKER, Cleveland, 0.
"My little daughter who was
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Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus'
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fective April 6, 190

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%undays. Tuesday and Thursdays. Knights Key sod Key Wont
tMosdaws, Wednesdays and Fridays arrival and departure at Havana

Leave as, EAST PALATKA TO I Arrive
Palatka PALATKA Palatka
1 am I.......... No. 100 Daily ........ 6 35 am
15 am ............ No. 102 Daily.......... 6 30 am
9 30 am ........No. 104 Daily........ 9 'sOam
12 06 pm ......... No. 106 Daily......... 12 25 pm
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& 15 pm .......... No. 110 Dally ..... b 3&5 pm
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LeaveEa-t EAST PALATKA TO 'Arrive San- LeaveSan SAN MATEo TO EAST rr!-eEast
Palatka sAN MATEO Mateo Mateo i PALATKA 1 Palatka
S soX am ......... o. 103 Daily......... 850am 9 00s am ..........N% 14 [Dally,....... 9 20 am
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7 M pm O i pm 2 46 pm 10 06 am Lv Atlantic Beach.Lvl6 53 am '7 58 am 11 U am 1. Ip m
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Sam so the No =OR-
Gem a is' ths ow
body do 0 b
a elk= =pow* tu


MwF put-

N !

,;... lafc.lkMo. The
w~dayw s are about op.
SJ m 4 d Os a Mathus
- :lli a whoro with frtht

S'.P Coper a m d the a lot he
_a ichmd eared and
*, .ja s *B. D-eM* .a. a

s.-w ,n hOv i who put.

K- v., r D JO- .rid WeO n
Sli Mi. Wadesa fimesgr.soand
Ii iout b ti wnota,4lstt for his
bo h k Nw York aTuuy.
SOwr ball im oemn out second
WAm tabagme atDaytoea, but
S tboil had a royal good time and
p a rAInthdfrpratesoftheDay-

St-e.a who aJm ted with the

Vms mttrip. Mr. J. A. FiM ear-
fl inbhin lanch
( ad iNr:.r>i ealefd party in

1" t1e frgt waurof the railroad
s w ol be rved and all the
Slgi HwhAl be other mains ie of
the hoedo Wb. ate street is m-
-p f itwl m aske a very putty

W pb eh wam e a grmt om The
dMe b, h swasr oled to ft ubmast
eadr.Ta The programme was a

it doa.* Ma oyand hiserpa c
dtmbers are to be congratinlated'
thbmi 'lM year. The graduating
'elm ib the largest taat h ever been
la bi n th oty.

A RO faa edelfdhemtewml
' af r TW ** ith *

S-e Knh wnis r rciM h tt. hoe
tdmu. PiMrs. Sa M imns per bsottle.

Mi Mary Allen and little brother,
William, went Toueday in Cocoa.
Capt. Cone passed through town
Tueaday on hi way to Lotus to look
after his grove there.
Mr.and Mrs. Era Simmons expect
J to leave for their home in Kenoeha
this week to vpend the summser.
Word comes from Groveraville,
Ga., that another boy has arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dana His-

Mrs. Linderbury, her daughter,
Mrs. Walker, and son, Walter Un-
derbury, were calling in town last
Dr. Hawk fame up from Mel-
bourne last Thursday p. m. and con-
dusted a very interesting prayer-

There was a social hop at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Simmons last
Saturday night and quite a number
of people from out of town were

Mr. E.V. Hall has purchased a
new horse. It was brought across
the river at Indianola Tuesday and
Mr. Arthur Sim rode the animal
ni from at place.


e .

lsaed; 3am0*Of pB oie fltnue 1i
ear my Hair Viger may v e sa
bdtS-i-l-t o phlUhau. Then t
gor nne mpu -t.lp inu Ia
re iori I the biir and scalp to a hbethy
. *. -... Ask for "the newv ind."

have bees out rowing several time.
and have been calling on friends the
past week. Weare aore than glad
to see Archie so much better.
Mr. Seaborne Wadsworth took a
party of young people to Cocoa last
Friday night to attend the entertain-
ment given by the Cocoas aehool. Mrs.
Loo Walker, Walter Underbury. Eva
Owen, Nel Owen, Gay and Cora
Munmo, Lee and Wina Baldwin,
Lucia Wadsworth, Franklin, Mary
and Esther Alen, Junior Stewart,
Jennie Wittfeld and B611 Peace com-
posed the party. It was a beautiful
night with a bright moon for the
homeward trip. Thepartyreturned
about midnight, having had a very
pleasant evening.
msaes sns -_-_a sumhes
To A. A. Chishoe, of Tredwell, N.Y..
now. Hbe rs is well worth midltn: F,e
&I U.. mI inedb hem Imld amd
4.u Jyo be ** l. Ieoedmtdo w
Mlive sU. M,,tl.j mewem~ne vlsmr.
ow d *tIte *nor aiM .ovsiew wakerI
= m I de tl ft e of all .m I *$"sment.
Th. Mase d teise Bitaenm. Twelve botle
eaemd all my .e14.. hilsh a w ivf.
Now I em attead to bhmee every day. It'
a weierta meilinlu." IaUmble hr dskm-,
mBc Uever, kliaWe. hb ae d ervnd W. 5.W
a am trhandim.&


A. P. Edge, of Fort Pieree, was in
town Saturday.
Walter Booth is having an addition
put to his house.
Capt. G. G. Gleason, of St. Augu-
stine, spent Monday in town.
Miss Virgil Singleton is visiting
friends at Melbourne this week.
Mrs. L A. Peek spent a few days
this week in Melbourne with rela-
E. B. Arnold, of Malabar, spent
Thursday in town before the close of
Rev. Thiot and family have moved
in the Roesch cottage on Highland
The farmers of Aurora are ship-
ping vegetables now as they are in
Dr. G. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was
in town Tuesday making professional
and social calls.
Prof. E. E. Macy arrived Saturday
from Cocoa, where he has been prin-
cipal of the high school for the past
eight months.
Miss Ruth Farley returned to her
home at Malabar Saturday, after a'
sucesful year as intermediate
teacher in the school here.
Prof. Shull returned to his home at
Melbourne Saturday. Professor has
done excellent work with the school
this year and all wish for his return
again next year.
The closing exercises of the school
were rendered on Friday morning,
each child doing their part nicely.
The addresses given by Rev. J. B.
Hawk, G. F. Paddison, A. 0. Frink,
Prof. Shull were all appreciated. The
piniea at the point was enjoyed by
all. Great credit is due the teachers
for their uWtiriig efforts for a sue

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'edop mw im.1g. IsotKembi
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SI have twhseveral times oftry-
ng to wit, smetMingm the msb-
imot. k glk1 about dipphng green
fruit do_'t amount to much, for ev-
erybody is i the biness for what
they can get out of it and if a man
thinks be can do better shipping early
he isgoingto do it and I've seen some
mighty nice ripe fruit sell this winter
for less than the green had a couple
of months before.
. It also might be that the Florida
*experiment station might help the
growers out by making a study of,
and publishing the knowledge gain-
ed, citrus growing and handling a lit-
tle more. The legislature might
help out that way by giving them a
little appropriation. Growers could
learn a good deal about fertilizing,
eultivatlhg, packing, and about fight-
ing insect enemies and diseases.
T. R. Puccar.
Antiquity ef Cckroeohb
Some of the finest fossil insects
known to geologists are those pre-
served in amber. Originally a gum
ernin from a species of pine tree,
the amer first captured the insect
and then buried it, thus preserving
every detail of its structure. The
exhibition of a fine collection of
cockroaches thus preserved at a
meeting of the Entomological so-
ciety shows the respectable antiqui-
ty of this unpleasant insect, for the
amber deposits of eastern Prussia,
whence they were obtained, are of
middle tertiary age. The cock-
roach. as a matter of fact, however,
can claim a much greater age, for a
species of Blatta is recorded from
the Purbeck beds. A related genus,
Palaeoblattina, rates as far back as
the Silariaa.-Lomdon Globe.

Its a Top Noteh Doer
Gnra deeds compel regard. The world
arewiit doer. hat's whythe Ameriuan
pessl have rowd Dr. Kuc New DMeov-
ery the ki f etd re-mdie.
Eveoynem a ietahhe. ItSil.sun,
mad 0 d mad is gppe varnish. It heels .i-
named mombms d Mr chd osop.;*m
inamed brebhisal tbe a lums are nored
en demerirage mi-. _GWoem Blak
Jak, N. C., write it eh d me of lun troa
ble. promo-need hepei-e by all ldoeten." e,
4LSS TrUiahSeftre. eamteed by&m-.
aer Drug Store.
WANTED-Scess e reouin s
the services of aman itsvil to
look after expiring sub.pdtuns and to
secure new business by means of special
methods unummuay effective; positim
rmmnt; prefer one with experience,
bt would meiader any applicant with
ood natural qullfretiie*; salary (1.50
er day, with comunbaion option. Ad-
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Room 10, Saess Bldg., New York.
All peroms having ay claims againt tke
etateof. A. obbitt, late of Brerd coun-
ty, Florida, are herebynotlled to ale all their
secoamnl and vouchers with the uaDdenianed
within six months from date or manme will be
barred according to law.
All penos indebted to maid estate are re-
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Shiloh, Fla., May 8ri. o1900.
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