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: 08 27, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00716
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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msi Magel sfor sales e-ap. Inquire

Save s ma t special sale ofer
Cdfirt at K&Whe' tMs week?
Mr. ad MMa. IL. Gadwia returned
to art a e yeasday aftesrnoom.
SDr. J. J. l d wife and Mr. J.
o, Rot oPhdp, aeregstereds
at stol Dbde.
Mr. and M. D. B. Clark and two
daughtes returned Wednasday
S ft & ato weeks' visit up in Georga.
stus.oa University at DeLAad has
take a powerful hM a th o best homs
o le Ii See amm me1s nt, page.
Mr.. D. Fr who has charge of
thea w m who ar gettl t cross-
Sts at DeLn eigrt miles south of
tw ta, pent Sudway In the burg.
~' r. Wamae L Masm of West
SPa ea Beh, sompm by M
rMj En Porter, have goe to the New
eland states to spad severalimnt
os tuBn L
MiB Rath Boy returned to Jackson-
S vflla lat Frday to resam her portion
as trained mse aI DeSo Sanitarum.
Sh was aeopanmed by hr sister Ed-
ma, wh will take a bausas course in
MaME 's eollge.
The e***l~ to train arrived Wed-
aday Mnuanig m fr the purpose of mak-
lng e-atir o of the employs of the
SF.. C. railway allalog these route.
SSupt. C. G. Wakely anad Saurgeon S. G.
SWeley were board.
TIh eleetiri eight whistle gave out the
fre alarm Tid ey evening between 6
and 7 o'clock. It was ocsionmd by a
bhue fame stove catching afire in the
home of Mr. S3.. Ric, which was un-
doubtedly aumed by a leak In the tank
or pipe lending to the flame, or by over-
flling the teak. A quick repose for
help arrived at aoce and the flame put
out, no damage done.
Wednesday evening a party of about
thirty young folks gave a straw ride out
to the home of Dr. and Mr. J. E. Mil-
ler, where a dance wa participated in.
Two large wagos filled with straw car-
ried the party out. The young people
met with a hearty reception on the part
of Dr. and Mrs. Miler, and soon the
*dance was on. Delicious lemonde was
served to quench the thirst of the dan-
cers. A little before 12 o'clock the par-
ty broke up and returned to town, each
one reporting a most pleasant evening.
Bargains in every department at
Kline's this week.
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned up to noon of Monday, the
5th day of September, 1909, for the fol-
lowing service:
Transporting school children from La
Grange to Titusville, one-horse wagon,
good reliable white driver over 21 years
of age. No other will be considered.
County Supt of Pub. Inst'n.
Houseboat Wanted
For two months charter this winter.
Light draft with bath and toilet,
with or without power, suitable for
party of two aside from crew. Ad-
dress G., care THE STAR.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
For Sale

Lot 29, Quimby plot, Aurantia, 10
acres, valued by commissioners at
fifty dollars, which claim is not too
hig, will sell for twenty-five dollars.
Address J. J. NEESON,
13 Lake Place, New Haven, Conn.
Will Cut Stove Wood
If there is anybody who wants
stove wood cut please hire G. W.
Hart. He will cut from one hun-
dred strands on up. Inquire at the
blacksmith shop.

Cledrance Sale

of the m on's latt straw and Pau-
ama bats
In order to doe out nd thus array
or no ammr bhat, we offer for
th month of August:
Sent straw hats 25c
4u0,12.00, $1.50 ,traw hlts c
.0 Hawma straw hats $
6.00 genuine Panama hat $49
Lay aid that hot winter hat, and
get one of the above laret style.
71ttavill, Florida.

Prairie Road in Bad Shape
Mr. N. O. Penny, wife and two
children, of Vero, tpp here Tue-
day morning in their Cmrn auto-
mobile touring the state tq Jackson-
ville and Tampa. He had no trouble
coming from Fort Pierce to Titus-
ville, bdt wrote us as follows front
Hawks Park Wedneday:
"We made Oak Hill about 8 p. m.
Had the hardest day I ever put in;
water up to floor twice and then
acroa the prairie it was awful. Ruts
so deep gear box was dragai= on
the ground most of the way and at
the end bog with mud onwheels over
hubs; but we got through under our
own power. don't know who this
road belongs to, but it is a degree
to a progreave country."
The prairie road that Mr. Penny
refers to lie in Volusia county.
That county made an appropriation






Smtuhlg mt the Pple of Titu.
llle u They Cons ul 6
Mrs. M. A. Srimgeour leftLakeland
Tuesday for Tampa, which place will be
her address for a while to come.
The Thursday half-holiday, with the
closing of the stores, has been extend-
ed by mutual consent until the first of
The Fort Pierce News is authority
for the statement that Mr. George E.
Andrews has located near Spokane and
expects to move his family west in the
near future.
Any intelligent person may earn a
good income corresponding for newspa-
pers; experience unne ssry. Send
stamp for particulars. Empire Press
Syndicate, Middleport, N. Y.
Matthew A. Morshll, of Dania, pre-
dicts a victory for the anti-saloon bri-
gade in Dade county at the forthcom-
ing election. Mr. Marshall gives as
reason for such prediction the fact that
the blind tiger operators will throw
strength to the dry side.
Miss Martha Cason, of Lakeland, is
here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
B. Kingman. Miss Cason is a niece of
Senator Hudson, of Miami, with whom
M hl hae n m ndinr severall weelrm

MONDAY, AUGour 80, 1900.
Just received a shipment of mer-
erised popin in all the
shades looks just likel wort
events a yard, special for 25 events.
Natural linen, worth 36 events per
yard, special 25 cents.
Another quality worth 50 cents for
29 cents.
New and up-to-date patterns in
sighams, toil du nord and Bates'
searsuekers and solid colored cham-
brays, suitable for children's school
dreses and boys' blouses, at 13
cents per yard.
Madras in fancy colored stripes,
worth 35 cents a yard, special Mon-
day for 25 eents.
Flaxon, the latest white material
for suits and ladies' dresses, just like
pure linen, 25 cents per yard.
A good quality of white lawn,
worth 35 cents for 25 cents per yard.
A good quality of India linon,
Aorth 20 cents for 15 cents per yard.
A good quality of India linon,
worth 20 cents for 12a cents per
Bargains in dimities, ranging in
price from 123 to 25 cents per yard.
Ladies' guaranteed hose, six pairs
for $2, guaranteed for six months.
Ladies' fancy belts, in all styles,
worth 75 cents, Monday's special 59
Dutch collars in all styles and de-
signs for 25 cents each.
Titusville, Florida.



hrsonel PriNy Abit PopiO that
TIml IBn rl Thm
Dr. Miler. Dentist, Titusvife.
Have you seen that special sale ofer
of skirts at Kline's this week?
Mr. Walter Giles returned home from'
Indian Springs Saturday afternoon.
Mesrs. W. G. Montgomery and Jao.
C. Montgomery, of Chambersburg, Pa.,
are registered at Hotel Dixie.
Mrs. W. H. Hall and little daughter,
Williard, are expectedd home next week
from their visit to the gulf coast.
Mrs. Mary E. Bailey, also. Grandpa
Holmes, of Sharpes, were in town Wed-
nesday to see the new arrival at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scobie.
Judge H. F. Atkinson, of Miami, left
that city Tuesday morning for Hot
Springs, Arkansas, where he will take
the famous baths. This is his fint trip
beyond the Florida state line in twelve
Mr. E. C. Summerlin, of St. Lude,
one of the oldest residents of the East
Coast, returned home last Friday after-
noon after a-visit to White Springs for
his health, which has been poorly this
The street committee are having

al , provi eO C i zensf 01 b o . . ..1 ,,. .. .
Eat Coast raised an additional Miss Cason expects to return to her Death of S. N. Gladwin oyster shell placed on the road leading
$1,000, and it was reported several home in Lakeland today. It is with the deepest regret that from the avenue to the river just south
weeks ago that $500 had been sub- According to the Jacksonville Metrop- we have to chronicle this week the of the Hotel Dixie. The work is in
seribed. The $2,500 would put it in olis Ewing Rice, who shot D. M. Con- death of one of Titusville's oldest charge of Mr. V. T. Worley, who brings
fair condition. nor, a Georgian, at Pablo Beach on July residents and honored citizens, Steph- the shell on lighters from near the old
4th, has emp lyed T. A. Ledwithto do- en N. Gladwin, who died Monday f- railroad dock.
Chickasha Indias to Play Here fend him. Rice claims he shot Conner
in ordIndian to Play Heer to defend Marshal Smith wo ternoon, August 23rd at his home Mr. Oliver Gibbs, of Melbourre Beach.
Mr. D. D. LaRue advance agent was making the arrest. It is probable on Julia street, surrounded by his called at THs STAR office Tuesday
for the Chickasha Indian Baseball that Solicitor Gray will file information wife, daughter Susie, and son Rich- morning accompanied by Mr. John
club, is here and has contracted to against Rice in open court. Rice's ard, his elder son, Robert, arriving Henry, of this place. Mr. Gibbs was
play the Tituaville club on Thursday, mother has arrived in Jacksonville and latter from Fort Pierce.
9th, afternoon and night, us will do aHn in her power in her son's be- The end was not sudden or unex- on his way to Prescott, Wis., for the
candle pwer illuminating half. A later edition of the Metroolis peted as M. Gladwin had been in purpose of having his right eye treated
plant for thenightame. Full pr- nst Rice forassaultto dbeen is feeble health for over a year from for cataract, which has impaired his
arn next ARFull par- Ri orassault to murder, his kidney trouble which finally resulted sight so that he is almost blind.
icars in next eeR. bond was fixed at uraemic poison in the blood and Anyone living in B revard county, or
To Test the Anti-Seine Law 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any death. He was in his 79th year and who is a registered voter of the county
According to an exchange one hun- ease of chills and fever. Price 25c. on wouldmhave reachedorthe seldom now living or staying outside of the
dred and fifty dollars has been sub- Citrus Associations Organized Mr. Gladwin was born in Haddam, county, and who failed to receive a copy
scribed in the neighborhood of Stuart w. -Conn., in 1830, and during the early of THE STAR of August 1th, which i-
to test the legality of the new fish Mr.J.A. Reid, who has been or- period of his life pursued the trade sue contained the new laws passed by
law in regard to using seines on the ganizing sub exchanges and associa- of ship carpenter and joiner, the last legislature, will be supplied
St. Lucie River. In our opinion the tons all over the state for the Flori- In 1878 he moved to Florida, set- with a copy of that date if they will drop
subscribers had better saved their da Citrus Exchang, addressed the tling first in the northern part of the us a postal, as we are prepared to sup-
money as the new law is as strong as orange growers of this section at the state, moving to Titusville in 1890. ply such copes as may have failed to
it could be worded and will be sus- courthouse Monday night, at which Soon after his arrival here he entered reach them through the mails.
trained by the courts. If it is not so there was quite a large and credita- into a copartnership with the late T.rough the mai
held there will be no use framing ble attendance. T. Wetmore and they established the Mr. R. D. Gladwin arrived Sunday af-
new laws any more. Mr. P. W. Roberts acted as chair- Indian River Ice Manufactury. This ternoon from New York city called
man, explained the object of the copatnershsi lasted about eight home by the seriousness of his fath-
Church Notes meeting and introduced the s weaker copyeartnershen r. Glastedwn aou eigthdrew er, Mr. S. N. Gladwin, whose death on
Church Notes r. mef ye whe Mr. Gladwin withdrew Moday is announced in another column.
Rev. Win. Stones will preach at Rck Mr. Reid's talk of the met and devoted his attention part of his Mr. Gladwin's arrival was opportune.
Rev Wm. Stone wil preah at Rock- the exchange was most interesting time thereafter to boat building for as his aged father passed itao anun-
on Hil next at 11 a. m., a and instructive, and he answered all about seven years, after which he conscious state shortly after his arrival.
t Oak Hill at i0 m. te in the questions propounded most satis- was manager of the lumber yard at Mr. Gladwin has a leave of absence for
Dean Robottom will officiate in St. factorily. this place for the East Coast Lumber a month, most of which will be spent
Lukes church, Courtenay, Merritts Is- It seems that the growers now & Supply Co. until the yard was dis- Gn the East Coast and he will probably
land, on Sunday morng g. 29that thoroughly understand the system unt the ard w d be down here several months this sum-
10 o'clock, and in St. Gabriels church f ro ed marketing and the will continued mer if his employer can charter a suita-
Titusville, on Sunday evening at 730. join the locproposed markessociating and they will at Mr. Gladwin was a man who won ble houseboat for himself and party.
i il n join the local associations to be at the respect and good will of all men Bargains in every department at
Cardof Thanks once organized, and thereby they he was a good man in every sense in's every rtmnta
Weta of Theman yn will give the movement their hearty that the word could imply, and his Kline's this wuek.
We return thanks to the many friends endorsement and support. promise was the equal of his bond.
who were so very kind and untiring in Associations were formed that He was by nature a modest man FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
their aid and assistance to us during the night, after Mr. Reid had left for and did not aspire to fame, but his Bureaus, dressers, dressing stands
Such kindness will never be forgotten. Fort Pierce, for Mms and Titusville kind ways and gentle manners will Wah-stands refrigerators springs
MRS. S. N. GLADWIN Courtenay had already organized and be enshrined always in the memories Mattresses, kitchen safes. ice crvam
SUSIE GLADWIN made application for a charter, City ofthose who knew him freezers (White Mountain), chairs
R. R. GLADWN Point organized Wednesday night, hoe fu o knervice wa conucTables, wardrobes, iron i .ds, rugs
R. D. GLADWIN and it is expected that Shiloh and The ur s a conducted Mattings', art aquara, carp.ts.
-- --Canaveral will alo organize by Rev. Wm. Stones at the Gladwin CHA. A GARDNER. 'Phone ;M2
S..P oCanaveral wiM aso organize. home Wednesday morning at 10
Every Person Most of these associations will be; o'clock and the interment w:s made -
Prides himself on his ability to "buy insub exfavorof maknge Titusnt of olle tel- in Titusville cemetery, the casket be- Ior Sale
right," get the best price, but-what sub graphic facilixchange on aties account of ourteiat- ng banked with beautiful floral of- Sixn N. (. Hound pu.
profit is there in it if the difference g with the Tama office and ouierns. FI i: IAM:.
isn't saved and allowed to accumu- ing with the Tampa office an(l our He is survived by his widow, two Footinan. 1F..
late for future use? excellent shipping facilities. sons. Robert R. and Richard D. ad-
No other plan for saving these After addressing the pineapple win, and one daughter, Miss Susie A Milch Cow Bargain
'rowers at Fort Pierce TIuesday r. ;adwin, wh have the eepet m-
small sums and accumulating enough left direct for had who have the deepest sm- ,, T my milch ws
for a small investment is so safe, so Ageles, Cal.,ec heor his duties itn o athy of this whole section in the 's: ro; utof town parties. On.. fresh.
rational, as an account with a HOME California change demand s ath of husband and father. the other t, come in, but ivirg a
bank. gttntion f r ood quantity of milk. \alue of one
Why not open an account with us mmediate attention. Off for a Week of Cruising is s., the thtr 75.1. Price t,
NOW and be prepared to care for the Limeade, delicious, healthful and The following party expect to leave one person, .125.(Ns, rAsH. Firsi
savings you make by your future cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Store. here this morning on a cruise to the money gets them.
good buying? ce Mits. F. M. TA IOR,
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't scene of the canal operations near Titusville.Fla.
_ "Pablo Beach: Mr. Geo. M. Robbins
Remember The Alpine for lodgi Men's neglige shirts, made of an and family in the Bonita; Mrs. M. V. For Sale Cheap for Cash
Remember The Alpine for lodging excellent quality of percale, the fa-
and quick lunch when in Titusville. mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents Taylor and son Wilson in the Louise, About 88 acres of good high land
and $1.00, Monday only 5 cents each. and Wm. F. Green in the Dixie. The : on the east or ocean side of the In-
Orange and Grapefruit Trees Men's clothing at a greatly re- cruise is expected to last'a week, as dian river at the Narrows, described
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greatest of arctic problems. These Cun,,nns Irogram. But that s mere- r Weekl
Wliam Dean Bowells, who recently triendas thoroughly believing in ly tllte acadeic statement of tbe case. r s eck
called for Europe In search of health. Amundsen. realized at once the merit The i-sue really involved is the im-
is one of the most kindly and modest of his arguments and unhesitatingly plied l'targe that the present leaders His Apology.
of men. When approached by the endorsed his scheme. Accordingly the of .c-igress did disregard platform Two leading teetotal light f "..
struggling author or the reporter he Goa. a single masted sloop of forty- pledge Iy passlug the Payne-Aldrich Langg toun" of Kirkcaldv ,.re r
doe not play te seven tons. was designed and con- bill and therefore should be retired, turning home one niht aft,.r at
grandee, but rather structed to weather the roughest of There is the crux of the matter, and tending a highly successful t..i;-
Indulges tn pleasant arctic storms and seas, and on June 1. so thi whole thing hinges not so much ance meeting when thv ani...'
reminiscence. A 1903 she sailed away from Christiaala on a 'ilestion of principle as on a
writer asked him harbor on her long voyage to the of fact In the application of a oget filled ot ofthaer ir..r, :.
recently what par- trozen north, and after suffering great principle. ceiving some damage. A .
ticular bit of praise hardships Amundsen gained undyiog On this issue Cummin s fairly sure itor, after giving fall f r
had Inspired him fame by being the first to sail a' ves. to have the backing of the entire in- accident, added with .'rl i \h "
the most, and he sel completely through the northwest urgent group in both houses and of "Fortunately both geClit ,'i,. '. .
aid: passage. a considerable portion of public senti- sober at the time." T'Ie ei.- .
"It was just a Recently the famous little vessel meant on the outside. Even those in- gestion that tihev 'Ue IIt i-i .:
chance remark w. D.owm.a. 0 was beached near the Cliff House. San surgents who voted for the bill on arily sober greatly irr tat! t.. '
made In an out of Francisco. and moved on rollers to a fnal passage did so with mental reser -
the way place when I thought my- pond in Golden Gate park. where it rations and on the general issue are operate couple, ani ir.i
self an out of the way and very will commemorate its own an-2 liable to join with their former com- was written to the -ltit<,r ,i'.,, !:-
much hidden person. It was years AUtC D. Tor1a Amundsen's deeds, having been pre panion In arms and to continue the an apology. The ail.,.. I; .
ago, when life was harder than It s sented to the city by the Danish citf flght on "Aldrichism," as standpatism feared. It ran: "Me-r- a:
now. I was in a Canadian hotel, egres from it are barred by the char- ses. has come to be called. In the senate detinal an .ani.. f.r
roaming about the place, not knowing acter of the surrounding country. The there were six besides Cummins who having statedl thtlt at tt. mirr
what to do. So I went to the desk only entrance to it is through a pass I voted against the Payne bill on tinalnt hr ac t-.;
and conned the names on the register. held by a tribe of gigantic ants. "the No Sacrifice Necessary. pausage-Beveridge of Indiana, Nel- We a1c Iea t i '
Another man with a friend evidently climbing doom." which overwhelm "I am willing to make any sacri- son and Clapp of Minnesota. La Fol- paue in i ..
felt the same way I did, for they peep- travelers and whose bits is death. The fice to win you," sighed the impecu- lette of Wisconsin. Dolliver of Iowa r i ervatio L n tr
ed over my shoulder. One said to the pan is strewn with the bleaching nious count. and Bristow of Kansas. In addition
other: bonds of those who have attempted "Oh, that isn't necessary," replied to these were Brown and Burkett of W k Peoe
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Sa man e a ye a t wetoea0ae grows to e. pa thad form andater of Iowa, former oSvernor of the
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ai a n-b at a at oer b aai wan l eas s and ator. a ad a d litv Te pl ot eertalby poen an s k c onvenion where I to haw re way. g iiii
l eaty wi-ral oer atrian latl t gl tow wth ie spibt rats bgd e adewtare e at te Amrsas aro t ahe re nt mot aot to h oh i tv n to t i
M M aggrs looked tobe a aauet that te t radt. dtie. fo aorde ea tLr na t to dl e wo l the 13nthat dw- th tYe
fto a rsm an, although he of new m. nL tInhe atmtrimte ab t Ma tory to bi otert Ja e Dt tetoWta e s ntm of that meas ra Bather ibt toth it, ta emdt tba,
f Uthre reiasta. I pb to v a-8 equally re.dy t b ot ea IAot th qus I rr atmer on the pbt raer ad morea t to be extnd fd to the at entry. i m a mm
da the astr ed lof t that he has pea te la oU tht af r oma Lene io atanstin to laro that i e orga Is to be Injected Into every RepbIao g
ae mryeatet fa, ad t aU tSa b and s hi pm breod t work at a ay upoa a a k convetion where it ao s any bow of e rt
e 9 early work reealy bah aU: that ta o w wb en aL tbraurest be bedo coademaed, as It was tbomgt, to success and Is to be fooght out o the -aad r a0 at to a
*My stad e nte ataratre, was tarned.- d. lo or of t le to c onventie o l habaVt eo l amy
pra va nrMet after fmiyg- jl t aklroafe soeo aateratrece. oo di et withoth eomplOhed." 112 T mse a inramed by C a as ea wals aar
ta rsd Afr s ta a pa d o dea sr a tt ar alnn th e town of Rye. l be ao he heard the verdt of t mins is not exactly on the tariff, but ale with a a d lr
othe pr1 aaid a I wealt to At to d ahe n. equally ready to belak phl kaIr s. "Is out of tbe qouetlo I rather on the broder and more fand add a -
ma ertary w to a et t he eur- a mt thlsr ad play with hs pet wI write a book. t convalesacece men ta principle of carrying oat plat- Tbhe m a om t he
iate I b wasa o the atry at th e folowfed aod -The CHmbiwg Doom" form pledaig. So far aa the tarepublican f alss d from
tan f tMhe war rt l dit a fte at als the glamour of roman twill al- ewas t uli me dt of his promlae concerned the Iowa senator wilo he hB fom JSJA ot to
aM ef eamY. Whle I Afrtles I mde waya envelop ble name. The date of -- atised with a commiston of experts 4ot es
Seta aty o tehe haa mov theater of te ar to hmthe early yarhe of to nxplaid. nd a reelon for r a d al proeulem aY bo l3
v"a ad the coatry gnme l. l reie of Elt James I. The arne "Why mtut wesettle so ach money As occasion seems to demand. He b UI gt a&
leaa into whlia 1turnead ato t e actionfor ttMohe tiHa portion of b o or titld on-lawor laskd Mr. makes t plari that he stands on the -alet r t
Iead 1 was t a apedtsa t deribwre the story is la the town of ye. one mLm. protective taruif principle. that he sap about Swa,
-Weat m had ree asad earld. Thee at the c loqwe ponrts. wl e Sb bad flA FRANCIS S Ptad thoe por Pfordent Taft and that be I a t
nsa with a adement amount of ten their own laws.rightsa and 0 thi saswered hb irife. Wis a. makes his ght within the Republican mo0d l s fre
osman" bliadea o w aith t aem ar made Mbilty quite part fro tbose of e pride positively demand that party. but be wants it understood thatMa t ftan t h
as 4 to my tales ot Aseao lIte. t of Ulad ad forthiereet0 be removed from danger oof bmillas henceforth and forever a art prom& .N t r a t
*"A I have already a my u. the o the atn tke b look a poor relation e es s a party pfo perolln e. On aeoEn Doii n t e at
etas n to literature was due to board the i alf Moon. the ship I n -W Ltmon Star. that tasse be has planned a three misk ht mSimam th aM .
S Whbile practici tat the bar wibc Hendrick Budsoa nIBt came to yearss, campaign and has gone so fat flmr's OwapLO t, aad t he
I ee0aged the ie of writtag a work the island of Manhattan. It SL bow an to announcMe his own possible can 2Ighaae N.Y., B evry botte
'a paL Tbis my maidn effort. ewer. st no see0 e a cololal novel. SAN FRANCISCO'S PRIZE didacy for the presidency. MI -
Sp0rtaW aIoces l 1 was Iadueed to The declaration has added force and hi ctk a to n aala ob de ance to the
George Bernard Shaw. the author. Amundm 'es Famous Vesel to Lie In significance becnuae of the character powers that be wh l doubtless make
playwright and wit who tos to spend Goldn Gate Park. of the man making it and the enthust- him te popular gre among tbose
several months to America. generally The placing recently in Golden Gate astic reception given him by'the peo- who espose the new Ida. He is a
unasaa to keep bih wits about him park, San Franeseo, of the steamer pie on his return to Iowa. Cummins man of trikig and handsome appear
So al elasio. When his play "The joa has revived Interest in Cptaln fought the railroads and the former ance an effective speaker of wde
Ara aA the Man" was Irst pro BRald Amundeo and the famous lit- leadership of his party in loWa and culture and thorough command of
Sdce Id nt London there were loud call te vessel on which he ailed through beat them In three successive cam- fcts ad a man whom ftead amd
for the author, and Mr. Shaw went the northwest passage. Born in Chris- pains for the governorship. defeated fte alike regard as beig aunwerve
before the eartals. As he did so one tisn, a Norwegian of the Norwegians them again when elected senator, fa- and Ineorptib
der ive voialler reote displayed pla aptain Amunds first came promi- ored for years the removal of the .. T .
augoers the gallery emote direston ndently before the public as a member tariff on trust made goods and op
wl e lo d is te de of the antarctic expedition of the Bel- posed the Payne-Aldricb tariff bill to*eneth .
wheem uit came. gica. which vessel in 18=7-9 cruised in the end. voting against it D Marjory marry for love
io." a qid Mr. t aw. a i r olng th- the south polar seas under M. erlach. by the senate and again as t issued, no. e is too well red
Smne who s M utere m tcant e etrning from this expedition, he con- that.-New York ULif
-s' r rwho had a uttered the cateall celved the dea of an arrtic explora-
b"budt what can wo of andoI aantatr the object of whibch would be the 0tautil Equie a eitty.
discovery of the northwest passage A startling story of equine a-
Bzeept for what Richard Harding and the location of the magnetic pole.gacity comes from
DavU990 basr doneran. iLgacity come tfrom the provic
Sof hi that d toi the explorer and Profeo Schmldt A home was standing n the shaft-
moWliets of the time seem not to have explorr, and Profesors Schmidt
paid m h attention to South Americs and Neumayer of Germany his hopes of a earria just outside the local
Ssel ng their character and i and laid before them nl detail the Itheater. t had a weary look, a
the weavasg of their plots At any _of one that desired repose. Su,-
rate. there s a rich feld of material denly it brightened up, and Lbefor
for romances there wblhe has not yet b it could be stopped it made a da.
been worked for all it Is worth. With for the box office. The reason for
the growing lnteret o that part of the this unexpected behavior gay.v r:-,
continent it might seem that the ro- to much discussion till at la-t ,-.
dancers of United States would f the crowd, more o rvnt t
m eorM thme "tA DA oImen. east their eyes that way. One who a. the others, oine ot that
write romances. Dawn' was my toat has done so is a durtene Ditto Young. legend "To the Stall" it i.t
.efort. Then telloeed other romances, whose story "The Climblag Doom.d To te Stl a writ
Jiadih g 'Sbe.' published by toe W. Dillingham in large letters over the bx otf;
It aidM of M Haggard that he company, New York. l8 a romance window.--London Globe.
was once in a fsrhousne whblbh was rather out of the ordinary. The action
occpled by some Boers, who began is partly in South America and partly Biblical.
discussing a plot against the British. In the United States. The plot is cer- I An Alabama man tells ,f ian
and be knew that .they discovered talnly ingenious and turns on an epl darl;y in Birmingiha:mi t,;,,, becanr.
he was Engllshb they would probably code supposed to have happened dur. possessed of a seeldy aid frlcr,
shoot him on the spot as a spy. He Oag the later career of the Spanish w lookinR dog, to which he arn
was debating how be oouid get rid of conqueror Plzarro. Some American ad i l n dg toe wan e Morh.vrr.
them before they made the discovery venturers stumble upon a city far oUl j',,, rLV lsie te nae lor,,,.
whea one of them it his pipe and Ia the Andes where Hoe descendant, AIasrr a. ouars. Jefferson, the aged negro ,,,
threw the match. still barninag, to the of the anelenat laes sad their people from the conference committee, and an "ho did Lor hit f lr e n
floor. Haggard leaped up .sad stamp- ruled by Queen Zarra. whose enea now bas carried the war to the coun- a name as Moreover or the d
ed It ot. logical tree goes back to the union be try with the aunouncement that quar- "I gits it outen de Bible," -n.i
"Why do you do *at?" asked the tween Piarro and an Inca princess. ter will neither be asked nor given. the dark.
leader of the Boers. These people have scarcely changed SuIach a dctlaratiot, from such a man "The Bible ?"
"Because the British keep all their since thlarro's time. according to the insures a tl.fiih i1ght. "Sure, ah. lDoan' vo,' ",.r;t,-,
dynamlDte under this floor, be replied. st5r7, sesaue access to their cty antd Ta1 Io. On the mtetre idsue of carrying out where it says, 'When l.azar- .:'
In two minutes there wasn't a Boer plans which If followed, he felt con- platform Ilelges there can be. of at de rich man' gate rr r. .
left on the premises. vrinced would solve two of the three cour ,.. i ,uccessful opposition to the do. come an' lirk hi ,nr,. '

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* **il Wemes, foa warte All'ts
3 t t o st at a the mr mla

tame they will pasttle dUrulr sad
taurgt patiM The cost of thl wor
i5 4. of the heavy It that go to
make *p that huge aval tbdget tbat
Se ofte a cause anoyasmw to thos
wo tll to m se the nd of a bir navy.
but the ow als take the puatlo that
no amount of omeM O. a matter how
at, r wasted ii ati rIlo a ngivin
the aSvys maras the d that
mi battle. Wmtat th ertalnty
te whole masblisnmmt sf teaiered

O day on a battleship daing tar
get pract1e to Imob to bftra bom
to the layman ro appdMaln Id of
whbt a modern aeal battle ast be.
AM baing to preparadoo. the asep
stmea around past the tar t to tie
ranmg. tw fart agu Bred aW I-
eranl tUhe saolr ones the Ootta auto.
rtle sad ooe poaders. Two et thee
can We at oSe-that ta. eb trip
across the rae,. a distance of L .
yards. Thb Oits ara wry danger
om s ns and lre W0 shots per la.
uta The samllr awms of tMb main
battUry, ft I and ds luse. are
aeot rL. It is ams tbs ecas of
gls that all thP competition and o.
thaudam are weerbd p fr they are
the mare numbers ad the eeord
meemarlB harder to break. WhM the
ai tiee epeaM p every one knows tar
get pactlee s being bald and Sa Int

For solse ad beat tb adz tseb are
about he wont to the nay. for tWy
ar the largest us out of a turret
The crews have o protection from the
m sdo O the r unsals the gl a port
is very all leadlag latothe an deek.
but thy are mt smalL The cew most
t ee all the Jar ad nab of boat as
beat they can. A par doek gun is
altogetbar amprooetwd, and the only
refuag for the crew s to get as near
as possle to the breeh. Al stuff
their ar with cotton, for the report
would break te eardrum were It ex-
The eht and twelve Inch gun are
mot fired nder the same conditious
as the A and s tInbch. 'There t not
so mueh team work mecea ary in
matalplatln these uce moot every-

thing is done by mechanical power.
The ammuultiou is put upon a car by
the men In tbe handling room under
the turret: It is raised by an electric
hoist and rammed into the breech of
the gun by an electric hammer. All
that the members of the crew do is
turn small levers, somewhat as a
motorman on a street car.
Of course the two pointers must keep
the two guns on the target. One at-
tends to the elevating. the other the
training. The plug must be opened as
quickly as possible with the large op-
erating lever, which is about the most
difficult task In the turret This does
not mean that there is no skill re-
quired n effective work with these
guna for there Is a great deal required.
The percentage of bits made Is much
less than with the smaller guns, owing
to the Inocmbrance of the details. The
rev- Ist ouse!ly composed of men of
iechanlcal skill.
The fring of the big guns jars tbe
ship a great deal and does some dam-
Sr ....II enmll .inhlnes f nIrpWntion

Sam I no t bea twhe M
** a a ln a- a s **i-
a b e ft pena A feaeba 8me6

a .%.~ af a ewm d r aw

SmeeN b oelbes" e ms
1W ee ts o*ohm to ane ,of the

In mramy wer Mer. and inr m&


Prs ask* Variety.
The -umber of bore proatrated to
hot weather reaches wll Into the
thn- everyV year. and Ino many
cas-e the almaas matt have been
aved had their owner or drtvers
ber carmfol When horses frat beao
wearits bats it wa coouidered some-
thing of a joke. but It is now well
known that they are a great proter-
tieo on a hot day. In faert the 0o-

eletie For the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals clalm that borase wearing
one of these brain protectors is never
This year the styles of equine head-
gear are almost as numerous as those
affected by milady, and even one of
the new pecb h basket variety has been
sena ea a big Pereharo or Clydes-
dale but greatly reduced in alse, of
course. Probably the most popular

horse bonnet today sl the panama, and
it is the kind chosen by many owners
and drivers because the crown is high
and permits the circulation of air
over the top of the bead of the animal.
Others on the market are the Boston.
the Gainsborough. the New York. the
"Merry Widow" and the Philadelphia,
and no expense is spared by the man-
ufacturers in keeping up to date on
the fashions in horse millinery.

It is commonly assumed that soap
is used in shaving for the purpose of
softenin-g the hairs, but this is a
mistake, declares a writer in a con-
temporary. It is used, on the con-
trary, to render them hard. stiff and
brittle, in which condition they best
yield to the razor. Hair being nat-
urally oily, were we to shave dry or
with water only, the razor would
either slip over the limp hair with-
out cutting it or, entering about half
way, bend the hair back and slice it
lengthwise. all the while straining it
most painfully at the roots, and as a
razor would thus slice and pull out
probably a large number of hairs at
once the inconveniences and dia.-
comforts which one experiences in
shaving under the existing condi-
inn... .,A.,1.1 ha. A C..; ;. ^.fa;

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An Amelesm@ @ldes Umbll Tom
WIN Play a MNiss Io j .
nMuch Imte t ti beang manlfestd In
te trip to Tokyo. Japan. of he bae-
ball tam of the UaNerot of Wis
osa"n, wlre the AmIaetem will ei-
ee to a sm of te Pames with
te team of Kl o lle, Oe of the
leading educational stitattios In the
Land of te RIsai aSun. The Yankee
team has na tts posseeaon a letter from
Presidet Taft, addread to the Unit-
ed States ambassador at Tokyo, In
wbleb tbi president expra bi ap-
proval of the tip and asks that our

OIN&N UeJedds Dnatle Jesh
Ther an om-goo odries todd
about M e th.e famous
PbUshi atr. Perah the moat
masig, however, is that which re-
late. how ahe Joshed a private andi-
=a that had been Iae-1hing her
to recite Msoethi in her native
leaguag Demrrng at first, the
famous actress at last gv way, and
the audience st spellbound a she
dramatically ttd unintelligible
words, Great appluse wa the re-
ward for the rt, but what the
feelings of the people must have
been when they learned that ahe
had merely recited the numbers
from one to a hundred in Polish it
is arcely possible to describe.-
London Tit-Bits.

POesible Cemcliotiem.
"Well, Tommy."
"Do you believe there's people
living on Mars?"
"I see no reason to doubt it."
"Well, wouldn't it be a good joke
on 'em if they should find out after
we get to talking to 'em that they
don't know that's the name of their
planet?"---Chicago Tribune.
All Mirer Lie.
"Every woman is better looking
than the mirror makes her," said a
milliner. "The mirror robs us of
expression and color, and expression
and color are to the face what
the legs are to the figure. First,
our expression. When we look into
a mirror our eyes take on a glassy
stare and our mouths a curious and
ad droop. Really we never look
like that save when we are going to
be ilL Then our coloring. All mir-
ors have a pale green tinge, and
this ting makes even the purest
rose leaf complexion muddy. It
takes the gloss from the hair, the
brilliance from the eye and the scar-
let from the lips."--C ~inn-ti En-

Active at 87
This would be unusual news if men and
women would keep themselves free from
rheumatinm and all ache nd pains well
a keeping their mules and joint limber
with Balrd's Snow Liniment. Sold by all

NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction
on the sixth day of September, A. D. 1909, in front of the doos of the council room, at Ti-
tuavilUe, in the county of Brevard, and state of Florida, or so much thereof as will be neces-
sary to pay the amount due the town ofTitusville for town taxes therein set opposite the ame,
together with the costs of such sale and advertising:


Unknown------------All block 2, Rice's addition to 'Tit.u,-
ville------ ........---..- --- ---
Unknown---------- S j block 6, Rice's addition to Titus-
ville...--------........ .....------...
W. R. Wolfe-----------Lote 8 and 9. block 4. Titub's addition
to Titusville -----.-----. -.--.-----
J. R. Walker-------.8i ft. lot 5. block B. ('oleanu's ad di
tion to Titusville.----------..-----..
J. R. Walker---------Lots 4, 5 7. 9, 13. blo k C. ('olemau'.
addition to Titusvill---------. ----
J. R. Walker----- -Lots 10 aud 11. block C.Colemanu'sddi-
tion to Titusville--....-------------
J. R. Walker-....---- N 110 ft. on Lemon St. Des. I). I. "Bit"
page 372, Coleman's addition to Ti-
tusville ----------- -..........---------
(. E. Pritehett----.--S. 50 ft. lot 5. Wager's Sub Div. lots 3. 4.
5a1d 6a, black A --------..............
G. E. Pritchett--------Lot 18, Wager's Sub I)iv. lots 3. 4. 5. uind
6. block A --..--- ---.---........
G. Masig..-----...-..-- ..- ts 6 and 8 E. Sub i)iv. of block 4. -
R E. Daniel...---------Lots- 7, 9, 12. 15. l., block 9---------
Prot. Epis. Ch. M. J. of
8. Fla.---.---...----Lot 7. block li -..-------.. -----..--
P. G. Walton----------- Lot 6. block 17. -. -..--------------
A. G. Kratzer-----.--. E i lot 2. und all lot 3. block 1---...
C. Jefferson -----------Lot 1. block 23 ......--......----
A. McKenzie-.,.--. ---Lot 5. bhlok 2l ..------ .---------.
A. C. Scrimgeour----- ..Lots 3 and .3. blhhk 25. --------
J. R. Walker-------. Lot 20. Robbiis & (Irahbam' addition to,
Titusville .---.---...........----
A. A. Kittle's (heir. N. W. I of N. W. i. Des. D. 1B.
"VV." pg 57------ ------..-------
C. W. Griggs ---- .---Iots. 5 and 7. block A.. l'Fi-hr's addition
to Titusville .....- ... .. ...-- ..
.las. Revels ---------.,-Lt 2. block t'. Fislh r' addition tol Ti-
tuiville --------- ------- -
tusville .------ ----- -
.I. Kownlal -- -.- -. Lt 5. blhhk F. Fisher' adhlition to Ti-
tusvill,- - -. .. ....
U'nknown--..---.. ---- 4 lot 12. J.,k irrv Fise addition t, TitUs-
ville --. _- ..- --..... .--.-. .
\'no. (;ilseis ..------.--N lot 12 and all lot S1. .Inyxrville :.-
lition to Titusville ....-----
1'uknown ------N lt l1I. and :ll lot 17. .l.oyteville adl-
diti, to Titu.vil ....
knownn .. ---- -- 4 lot 21. and all lohts. ainl -t. Joyne r-
ville addition to Titins, ille'. -. ....._
Z. Nichlois ..----A-- ..- t 27. Joyncrville addition to 'Tit.-
vilk-l ------- --- .----..-.
Emma Nichol .S.. .I~vynerville addition to Ti'it-
vilit .-- ---------- ----------..
Jerusha Zeigler --.----.... t : Snl l)iv. lot :!'.. .lnoyervilh- alddi-
tion to Titusvillh - ..
M. M. M'Bnrnev. ,'l :t t :..h rvilh additin to "l'tt.
ille--- .. --. . .......
H. .McBurney --. .--- 3at. .Ioynrville addit on to Titu-
ville ----------------- -- -------..
Ed. McDonald.----.----..Lot 2 Sub Div. lht .3i J.oytervill. addli-
tion to Titusville------........- -..
usitc iHall.---.----. --. -Lot 1 Sub Iliv lots : ~ to, 2. oynerville
addition to Titusville.------------
And. l;idson -- -----Lot 43. Joynerville addition to Titu--
ville---............. ..............
Nina C. Fisher. Ex.---- Lots 49. 541, 51. Joynerville adilition
to Titusville--------------- ------

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slgmw dof Nw Plms Md nms Se
tmly WIt, -estm Ummw.
The ~lem "C Q V' wPv hye
hams ua mub In IPnt meut 8W
a dtame g wSay "V. ID." Mt
tht the -attew haev arth do
d4i steamshiU p emMs er wemM
teleraplt, however. TWHy er the tl-
taes of Victor D. Benur. the dl-n-
or of the new bImoen pemnime whbae
coatnvery with amretar MVag
ovr the colns is attractig mach
If you have etcuud e of the new
Mcolf praCe yu have Maeblay me

ticed the ettenr "V. D. B." on them.
You thought this was all right. of
course, as long as you coud t tfll
value for your money, but the head of
Uncle Sam's treasury is of a differ-
ent opinion. After 27.000.000 were
struck off recently be deeded that ory
the initial "B." ahold appear oa tbh
penny. Mr. Brenner. however. landst
that hs three Initials "V. D. B." show
on every Lincoln con Issued and say
he will take the matter up to Pril-
dent Taft f necessary.
Whatever the outcome, the faet r-
maina that the new pece are In grmt
demand and have bea sold on the
streets in various cttles for many tines
their value. The face of the penny,
besides the Lincoln profile, has the
word "Liberty" and the date, while on
the reverse side are the mottoes "In
God We Traut" and "B Pluribum
Unum." surrounded by two cured
feathers. These pennies eventually
will replace the Indian head pennies
altogether. as no more of the latter
will be coined.

i Women In Korea.
I In Korea when a girl is married
-'3 she appears at the wedding cere-
mony with her face painted a ghast-
st 5 ly white, her lips dyed scarlet an.I
SI17 ber eyelids pasted together co a- t,
:1, deprive her entirely of sigLl. Ko-
rean women are compelled to work
4 1 very hard; but, as a rule, they are
43 well treated by their husbands. They
have pretty names, meaning plum,
I I blossom, treasure, etc., but after
marriage are known only as So-and-
1 17 so's wife until they have a son,
:3 7 after which they are known as the
mother of that son.
I 59H

I ,;9 Refining the Torture.
A convict in a German prison had
I been extremely refractory. One
*, morning the warden said to the
2 i keeper: "I say, Huber, the scoun
I .' drel is acting worse than ever. Put
him on bread and water."
"'iBut he is already doing two fast
4:; day~."
i, :; -'Then give him a cookbook to)
SI ll.saR'o hav vu t' fronm #t rv ;\rl
S* ti mfi bx*-en a populk~ r t1abtle dl-licaic
S., .\ri-tor, lia ,m, ia- faain liar w itla it.
a* d iu ltOmi.'.l ,hi\-. t!h, -anl-age- of
1" I. .;u ;ania \I r in litri h e-teein. T'l'
i ",* \W rt iin;l.-. fromin pork and the iuiit,
iof rh -,to oitne. tflavred with
h I, l,.y,-;\ ;ii l ,,t er things m Sfamiliar. I l 'tina was el ebratid
S for it :**ii n ing before tlih
S;e'rim;ia -,!-a;''.i. haidl even thourlht
l of M tiil l e r t of tl' w ord.,
W 13 ai 11 u til |iiit0 lat-ly it was coomi-
inuilv called in Etunla;nd a *")

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I %VWitI.. Little- Larlv lti?.3. .the p;lo-wmalklc
~nst.-. ii. re'. e-v lit l-- liver ili. A
smtr, slrwnzivs41-i, d ipem ini sueveram. where,
yool ije.Ir t'i t. is I Ih itt*% ( 4 r h cl 4% itch
Mi:.zc- eSalve-r-Apecially gxol fior LVilu. So14
by Rmsanucr I)ruu Stgrre.




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oaumor or mKo cOLLu ma tUma
representative tender every courtesy
possible to the college boys from the
Badger State.
The members of the team represent
twelve Wiscosin dcties. Dr. Charles
McCarthy. Ph. D., '01. of the tate leg-
islative reference library, will be the
official representative of the unlver.
dty on the trip. Genkwan 8ibata of
Toyama. who won special honors In
political economy at the university last
June. will be the business manager.
and Edwin C. Jones. 07. Portage. will
be the offclal reporter.

Leved Her Lots.
"I don't blame Miss Rorland for cut-
tin you," sald Miss Pepprey. "Your
Interest In her was purely mercenary."
"Not at all." replied Mr. Forchen-
Hunt "I love her lots more than she
gives me credit for."
"You're mistaken. he gives you full
credit for the amount of your love for
her lot-."-Phlladalpht Press.

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A a k the d CoM h e far
-m a urd vdm vidmeA. A
dIml eeu b m w loeord -o tbe
Ymmn pm f y moving
towd the e tra lf. It is very
v-AOi t4 thi bow wfl ive

Tl lete e work whidl hu b een
da during the st few weeks by
O-mrlp 0J. A. Bid for the tCir
Mhamge afford man example of
Swbst nn intellgnt and pem
tInt efortdireeted toa ugle nad
wll r .mp The Miami Metro-
p ventursm to predict that the
net crop of fdtrm fruit will be mar-
bkted to a better advantage tha
my crop the growers of Florida have
ever whipped. The M roe who
doem't help the movement along is
retrdn the profit and program of
the laditry.

Steel Fra nag Now Going Up
Work w co e neneed the first of
tis week en the teel framing of the
viadct over Knighta Key chamel,
every p step having bee
attreded to.
here are about 190 spans or sa-
pertretores from 50 to'75 feet wide
tobeberetedh. Ie spans will be put
together on a barge and then towed
to the piers they are to bridge.
A powerful derrick fitted with
wheel and run out on the first per
wil lift the sp into place. As
ut as the spns are placed they will
be completed, the track extended on-
to it, the derrick advanced and the
net span placed.
l this way the viaduct will be
built, the completion of the last span
meningthe completion of the bridge.
The steel in the spans is from the
American Bridge company, and Ter-
ry & Tench will do the erecting.
It is expected the viaduct will be
completed and trains crossing in
three months.

The Future Orange Industry
From statistics for 1906 which
were gathered by the Florida Citrus
Exchange and compared with those
of 190748, taken from the last report
hb of Commissioner of Agriculture B.
E. Melin, it is asczrtained that with-
in two years there has been an in-
crease of 45 per cent. in non-bearing
trees in this state, which is proof
that many young groves have been
set out recently.
By the same sources of informa-
tion it is shown that there was an in-
crease of U per cent. in the number
of box0s of fruit.
If the present rate of increase in
tree planting continues, in five years
the crop of this state -'ill be doubled,
some estimates place it at 123,iO0.000
to 15,)0).000 boxes of fruit.
California now has over four times
as much in orS nge groves as Florida,
still, she is getting better prices for
her fruit, and when Texas, Louisiana

and Arizona come in five years hence
with not less than a million trees, the
combined orange crop of this coun-
try will be about 50)00,000 boxes of
fruit annually.
From this it is plai to be seen that
the demand for oranges must be in-
creased or the industry will not pay
a profit. Instead of a auming a
million boxes a week this country
will have to treble that amount dur-
ing the shipping season. The fruit
most beproperly distributed, adver-
tied and a dem d created for it.
This can only be accomplished by
Organlsation and operationa, suh
as the Florida Citrus Exch e is of-
feringthe growers.
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.s may t,,- c.t:!.,' -iht Iyy the Ifamar of Direc-.
!ors fr.- tl ti;I t- titm. for the uses above
mruntiocled And laid s\A~xciatin shall lIe
-':uljwtred t., t-lYa\i Oin a lroiketae actor
tni4l Ci"iliiii Ui -,lliiu, is .ti.tss. t4.o purchase
'x*,'..~ ~'. tp.pilL. at.,: other |.ackaiig mater
ixl; it. .,'act- :In ud i.:!rl:A-t a drayage.
t ,.--r. forw.tliiihgK :%al4 1tI ibpir) x huItlllP 4;
to p'.;c.ha*. hoell. le-it, or otlherwui- acquire
tz.i,',t w,li e-ars, w*. ous, drays.
tru., hk b mt. v-awl'., anul other v.-hiclt. aon
the Dece.sary .nl-tire it,w-r ;utrl -q'iipmr-nt for
the samne, an'l to vn~,Kna in hrl tranp-rtation
business of all Uech pr.duc.'. mat rial and,
other commodities as may b- owned or con-
t-l.?lel hy it. hbt not as *o, t'nor n *'T~rri.r.
AnI to' diapsw .,f the Mimne at i ill. To borrw
and IlIs mnuey by or umpon rmurtgagee on r-Ai
tmtce. or<,therwi-e. and tceerally to trxnsact.
carry on. and perform ail cih uther buuire,
operations. as are gerouin or incident to the
purpose above mentioned.
That any person or persona. who s. or are
booa fide fruit or produce growers. or who ia.
or are bon tide representatives ,,t fruit or
glowers within the t.*r itory n'xt adjacent to
the bheaquarters of this Asociation may be-
omae a member of this Asmociatiou; but this
Asociatlion will not at a.y time receive into
its membership, members of any kindred
Amocatimsa wLae fruit or produce lands are
loamtd earer to sucb other kindred Amo-
cia tha they are to this Asociation.
witheat the coaent of the Awociation next
AlnJacM to where id holdings are located.

a g h Wmefs Am=e MW.
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theater AmAldm ofh Irea a the a
elmt "hwi hbe mMea i the~ ml

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bmt ea .me K at d o bNMMra

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t7bd W% d 014101rsn ft WL
T at I te aIat Fons asaIm mid o sawt
whom see u det sal d t all the Srate

dies elaer the w lsd b fthae Soas of m Ms.
petilag Sir the iad o a tm .1 batim l-

and WmWn a t asdes with this

the obeart of tit ort on hw awa
wedso busy sify.
TtM the a otmid esrporsdo, is the
srtaewy otrs Growers!'a Aseciatie..
That this asmsation is or a I d under
the laws of ts ea sa ma Horiemlturd .o-
prIvileges feorre d by sof thes l 8stte

te member this a iatio holding a
araas odm imsbersuh id n the rsme, shall
be equal.
Tht there shall be no capital stock of aid
i station tutthe ea shallbe organiaed
-- a lHoniosultural aseltd and corporatio
t for profit, and it ltl not se. an y shar
a tk whatever, Ad shall not sany time
deare or pay any dividend, or other profi
on say holding in old corporation, bt all
moseys comlang into this location for ser-
vice rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by
it for payin the epee of. and otherwise
malmsblaln this A ciatom and any surplus
therof remaininu in its hands shall be red
math Board ooDirectors ofthis Asociation
hall deem to the est interest of the Ameia-
tion. and aid Amedartio shall ume to each
pesm who shall become a member thereot
a cetifsat of memberhip, and shall
receive in return therefore the sum of One
Dollar ($100) to be converted into the Tree-
ary of id eurporaiou; but no person shall at
any time havp. own or control more than one
certiafite of membership in sid Associatioa.
nor shall any peran not a giower of citrus
fruit become or remain a member of this
That the purposes for which this Amociation
is formed are to bay, leae. rent, sell, occupy
and use, old and dispueo of all real and per.
snal property which may be netemary or
emvenient for the conduct of its business. and
to build. leave and rent packing h bouse for
the picking of fruit, alo to purnham all
material that may be necesmry or convenient
for the purpose of packing or preparing citrus
fruit. or other Florida grown products for
market. Also to sell, as gnt, citrus fruit
and all other kinds and variety of fruits,
and produce, which may be grow
or controlled b y members of thi
A.mociation. Also to own stock in any other
incorporation or association. similar to this
asuucatioo. existing for the advancement.
and pnrtecting of fruit anM produce. growers
in the State of Florida. Also to penrchaibe and
ell to the members of this Amociation sucb
fertili r. and fumigating and spryiug im-
plements and materials, a nuay be thought.
hy the Brerd of Dirrectors ofthis Amaociition.
frou time to time. by their resolution. to lei
necessary or convenient for the fertilization
f lands, or the fumigipting or spraying of
trees awil plants, which belong to the umet-
hers of this Aiwciatioc,. Also to buy aeid
contract for the purchase of anything, that is
axnside'ed by the Board of Directors useful
or necessary, for the prevention of inueft
pests. or for the dtetruction thereof, for the
benefit of its members as fruit and produce
grwers. Als, the right to own. contract for,
and operate all nccusrry 4tppliances that the
datrd of Dire:t.,.s. at :inv time. muy think
necessary for te" fertili-.ation of grove saud
tields. the fuauigitiuxg -aul vur.yinw of trees
:i ,n th-h I ,ld behioigingo t. thef members of the
*<-,i';ntli)i..a .il t., charncg rhcrfro and col-
.'t. -'lt '.r.*natid ates nt at:r said services.

F. W. LaRoche.
L. P. Allen.
k. B. LaRocbe.

(ourtenay. Flo idla.
('ourttuay. Floriala.
Courten y. Florida.

That the Directors of this Association shall
have the right and power to charge anid l lect
from its members, and other fruit, vegetable.
and produce growers, represented or served
by this Association, such compensation antd
remuneration, to be paid to said Associatiou.
as s-id Directors may fix and charge for its
services to him, her. or them. in the picking.
packing, handling, marketing, shipping, and
Selling of any and all of the produce. and
material, which this Association is heroin
authorized to handle and market.
It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
understood, by add between all the person
becoming members of this Association. and
firtherwore, fully understood and agreed. by
all persons who may hereafter become meni-
bers of this Associatiou. that one of the pur-
poses and objects of this Amsociation is to bring
about and carry into effect, a system of mutual
co-operation between the citrus and other
produce growers of the State of Florida. in
the picking. packing, handling, shipping. and
marketing, of all citrus fruit. and other pro-
duce owned, and controlled by the members
of this and kindred Associations in the State
of Florida; and to that end that this Associa-
tion is created and organized in connection
with and under the Florida Citrus Exchabgei.
and will at all times ,v-operate with and
through mid Florida Citrus Exchange. as a
part of the system of exchanges which g, to
nake ip. control, and operate said Florila
Citrus Exchauge. whose headquarters are now
located iu the City ofTampa, and State of Flor-
ida. And that all citrus fruit, and other pr,.
duce placed in the hands of this A.4aeoiatiou.
ball be marketed exclusively through said
Florida Citrus Exchange.
That the names and places of residence of
the sbbscribiKIa members and i icorporat,',n
to thene Articles fl Inorlpsrtion and Aeo-
ciation. are as follows:

F. W. LaRoche.
L P. Allen.
R. B. LaRBche.

Courtenay. Florida.
Courtenay. Florida.
(ourtenay. Florida.

And each of said members of this p.oposed
Association, and incorporators who has sub-
scribed his name hereto, has paid into the
Treasury of this corporation. now being
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bat0 1m A ah d er re merof A i As o t-
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i s all b tais sad praiia. utmla inm
f thisp eese and determiIine. Provided.
however, sa d it is r y ed and shall

ea te. days next -e the aonal mee ting
of this Asseda that be drbyimito
wifras trit or predr their prodae frothe
asde, bw t i thit the nt.oidmemb er giving

sins. fog meh withdrawal! the mm o ofr
however. ad it is hereby armed and ftlly
adesutood by all pern joining this Aeo-d
eimta. that any member of these Anmewith-
dawig from th~s Aoe iatio. by dsrpo sng
of his fit or r th roagh a y other
mado tha through h thi Aseoase tionl or
withholding same ; from this Association
and without giving the nice, as hereinafter

amused Nr in him, sad not pred ly pid,.
provided tell forfeit to this Asociation.
had for liquidated damages to this Aatocia-
tina, for each withdrawal the suam of
afty eits per box. for ation u fruit or other
produce, produced by him during the year of
sid withdrawal. and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hereby understood and agreed
that in hae any member of this Amociation
who h withdrawn his fruit or produce from
this Asociatioa, as above deMcribed~afterwards
wished to return ad rejoin this Association.
and exersie the rights of a member, that he
Pmay do so bh and with the consent only of a
jority ofet the Boardeeiel of i tor ofthis

of flling sid o~ee, be a member of this
Asociation, and upon his paying to this
This sition a penalties that have been

and Treasurer. both of which oesl may be
filled by one and the same persnt And the
bomber of Direetor of this Amuciion shall
assesed against him, and not previously pai'!.
That t te term for which this Aociation
shall exist is fifty years from and after the
date of its incorporation.
That the officers of said ssocition
who shall trasact its business shall be
a Board of Directors, a residentrand a Vice-
President, and said President and Vice-
President, shall also be the Presilent and
Vice-President, respectively, of said Board of
Directors, end each of them shll. at the time
of illingy eaid office, be a member of thia
Amociation and a a director in the same. And
this Association shall t alo have a Secretary
and Treasurer. both of which office may be
filled by one and the same person. And the
number i of Di r this Association shall
be three, but the aid ,ar oc:tio, without
amendment of its charter, may. at any time.
by a two-thirds vote of its Directors, increase
its directory. and may at any time. after so
increasing the same. and by a similar vote
of its directors, decrease its directory, as said
Directors shall see fit. But at nu, tiun iliill
the number of said Directors be incrreased to
a number greater than nine: and st no time.
shall the number of said Directors be decrt.i-
ed to a lea number, than the original nauiber
of directors herein specified. That the inawes
and residences of the growers who are hentby
appointed by the incorporators aofthis Associa-
tion, anrd who shall act as directors to !aid
Association for the first year of its eristenc.c.
and until its other directors are legiily
elected and qualified, are:

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be btrt a o M udi u th od t St., .a.

Sl bel atinow t es ete _au
uw~iia wUe,

e nm rt o i aU, and the uiee eI p Co.
| -iro mo tiBeun ot n ofne rAIotePcLhr
Beut this is t ral- anJIet o

!b aanr o-.- whod m t d adonel
ih1 eI iwh i the da lnt 4 otheo nm aLt
set p tceoin inrtbve?,pnl Sopt Hisony Wrotght Up
tawi fro may poobemr where We-ldore the bin eick t a o Rotws -
' hr vainbepakialto lovrtie bet vt Flo perMittend tobe instr of pub-
Shr ettls b led.a. a t a

Mt epmmad t xpetion revokeould the certify
iS m drs toes, whereI thoeld lanio t d oe

eof w old i ome, the b ne could o oF number of negro tea

-o doubt i e of grImt praetal value a ddre a letter tothe countyS
The new-eomer who sets a grove, U--
be he vso w onllr adi nh tth peory Supt. Holloway Wrought Up

tie atrowingwmaly plmn wthe r Wielding the big stick a la Roose-
he w1 be psd to knowt he b~t velt, Florida's superintendent of pub-
no dinntopree; exdiee H instruction revokes the certift.
of growers old In the businasi would ettes of a number of negro teachers
no doubt be of great practice value and addresses a letter to the county
to him. In reply to the query, "How perintedents of thestate advising
would I set a tenure grove" Iwill them of his action; stating that be-
Sdraw from my own exerene ex- fore the negro youth of this state
d elaly inspeakg of oil, vareties, shall be permitted to be instructed
culture and marketing. by a claes of thieves and scoundrels,
My first aie in location would he will revoke the certificate of every
be a far south a possible, where teacher and close the doors of every
oil would promise the best results. negro school house in Florida.
My first choice in sil would be a low Hon. W. M. Holloway, State Sup-
blak hammock that can be perfect- erintendent of Public Instruction,
l drained my second choice high has dressed the following letter
hammock; and my third flrselas to the county superintendents:
p ne land underlaid with clay, or On account of the fraudulent
heavy oakand hikoryy scrb inter- practices in connection with the uni-
eyed with spruce pine and under- form examination of applicants for
laid with yelbw o. teachers' certificates in this state, I
In low khant I would ear the have this day, by virtue of the au-
land of all aderbrsh, burning a thority vested in me under the pro-
tle as podbler ut all hardwood visions of section 374 of the general
such as live ol, water oak, hblckory statutes of the state of Florida, re-
apd red bay, cutting the trees up so voked the certificates of the follow-
as to be easily handled and pile as ing named teachers: Beesie Watts,
compactly as possible in the center Gainesville; S. K. Kelley, Lawtey;
of throws, utoutpalmettoeinthe W. A. Rochelle, Gainesville; J. C.
tree rows and, after staying off Jones, Monteha; H. C. Williams,
the rows, thoroughly grub a circle Newberty; William Madison, La
from four to six feet in diameter, Crosse; S. A. Tillman, St. Augustine;
throwing up a mound one to two Anna P. McKelvin, Gainesville; Lu-
feet high, being governed in this en- cy Murrell, Gainesville."
tirely by the amount of water that "Each county superintendent is
would be likely to stand on the hereby requested not to admit to
wnnnA An1 e aveii p ;m i Tn any future examination in this state,

grvuuu during AcessaIve ra ns.o
every mound thus thrown up I would
incorporate a peck or two of air-
slacked lime and a few pounds of
bone meal, thoroughly mixing these
with the soil. I would then let the
ground remain for a month or long-
er before setting trees. In high
hammock I would pursue the same
course in clearing, but would, of
course, dispense with the mounds.
In pine anud scrub land I would
grub the ground thoroughly and then
after piling the roots would plow
where the trees were to be set. I
have always found it advantageous
to use one or two pounds of bone
meal in setting the trees, mixing it
thoroughly with the soil, but I never
use a complete fertilizer.
After the tree has made a good
growth a light application of fertil-
izer might prove beneficial, but it is
better to wait at least a year before
applying this.
For setting a few trees any month

as applicants for teachers' certifi-
cates: William Madison, S. A. Till-
man, and Anna P. McKelvin. And
if by oversight, any one of these
persons should be admitted to an ex-
amination, and a certificate issued to
him or her, as the result of such ex-
amination said certificate will be
promptly revoked by the state 'sup-
erintendent of public instruction.
"Every applicant for a teachers'
Certificate in this state, shall be re-
quired to take the examination in
their home county, unless a written
permit from the state superintend-
ent of public instruction is secured,
entitling them to take the examina-
"A reward of one hundred dol-
lars is hereby offered and will be
paid to any person who shall pro-
duce sufficient evidence in any court
of competent jurisdiction in this
state, to convict any one of illegally
securing or attempting to secure the
uennatio;ns t e iP nsaI i;n anu vamina;-

in the year will do, but for setting a tin o applicants for teachers' cer-
tion of applicants for teachers' cer-
ten acre grove I would advise Janu- tificates.
ary and February, or else June, when "Each county board of public in-
we generally have frequent showers.
In order to make these articles nesI.ea caat Ba cured
brief and yet explicit, I will devote By local applications as they cannot reach the
a separate paper to the setting of dinemd portion of the er. there s only one
w wy to are deahfe, and that is by coiatita.
trees, and to the varieties to be sel- tional remedies. Deafne is caused by an in-
ete, which is of the greatest im- named condition of the mucous lining of the
ected, which f the greatest i- eurachian tube. When thistubegetainflamed
portance. ve rumblingsond or imperfect hear-
por I tag Ad when it is entirely cloIed deafteM is
Sthe rslt, and unless the in#t--nmtion can be
Th. Secret of LTAg Life taken out and this tube restored to its normal
A 1mh s1eiatst hdeaisreedlom eret condition, hearing will be destroyed forever,
mine m es out of ten are amused by catrrh,
of tle life. His method deals with fe blood. which is thing but an inlamed condition of
But Im asomilUoms of Americas ad prov- the mouse surfaces.
ed Metric Bitter p lomst life oad makes it We will ive O Hundred Dollars for any
oth vines. OwI Mi aam ofdea~m (cased by tarrh) that can-
mwhivingt. ItlflifeWM &MA vita s" be eared -- = dHL, ar(nC a f e, nAn for

ialsm bd qu d to .1-
P da rsmd at i dl s sOart the

"BMD the M o yothb d thi
dtate dlbe pumitted to be n-
dtreted 1wa elm of thees mid

d pulbe lstretonm wllrem tbhe
e tr-dm! at evry tmeawcr ma
dae the dorn of every nro school
houe in Florida."

Stetson Univerity
The new dormitory for law school
and college meat Stetsois near-
ing completion. It is one of the bet
building on the campus. It will ae.
comodate more than one hundred
young men, and will be in complete
readiness for the opening of the fall
term, Sepmnber 29th.
The brt remedy we know of in all Caw of
kidney and bladder trouble aA the oe we
always remmmesd, is DeWitt's Kidney
and Badder Pills. They are ntieptie ad
at oee aist the kidaeys to perform their
importmt work. But when you ask forthem
dils be podtie that yo get DeWitt' Kid-
Bey and Bladder Pills. Thee me imiteions
uplaed po e to deceive you. Get De-
WI. lit apon them, a. if your dealer
anotrspply yms-refue a" y thing elsein
place of them. Sold by anuer Drug Store.
Fallen Il With Appqedicit's
Upon the allegation that he is ill
and threatened with appendicitis
Judge Minor S. Jones has granted
the application of J. C. Failes, under
life sentence for murder, that he be
transferred from the Dade county
jail to the state hospital pend-
ing the result of an appeal to the
supreme court. Failes will be oper-
ated on at the hospital. Failes was
recently convicted for the murder of
one name Hutto in Dade county.


8ore of Titusvillo Peopleare Learn.
tag the Duty of the Kidneys

To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kid-
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missed chiefly because his peculiar
personal appearance was bound to
attract attention wherever it was
No one seemed to know whither
the lad had gone till the storekeep-
er, returning from a visit to a near-
by city, announced that he had dis-
covered his whereabouts.
"I found him," he proclaimed.
"He was in the art museum."
"'As a curio," inquired one, "or
as an object of art?" Youth's
His Fatal lil.
"Madam," said a benevolent look-
ing man as he raised his hat to a
lady who had opened the door at
whkiphL 1aIl k&. 1 _ l- 1_

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4an *r

1U ^ eJ bes the 01- efur

S At te head ohat street steed
theb ho of Petr 8 e t, the
s gSCv uter of _ew .ethea
a m t ms known as Stuyve-
SBweay, which was another
as I ne 8tu~vesant's home, the
hif A stretched south-
vi.rt ad Chatham square.
TL I powt-from the Aryan root
wa a*pIe eugh, for it was only
the iianaio of 9e" Into 'bow-
ery, This root "bu" meant to
gow, delllb, become or build, so
we nm how "bower" and "bowery,"
carrying the idea of a home, natu-
all gre from it. When that mot
q"-.epgn to grow there was no
auh things a collection of houses
into a city or even a village, but
where our ancestors lived was
among the shades of forest growths,
where branches and leaves were
builded into coverings that became
This word "bowery" came direct-
ly to us through the Anglo-Saxon
"buan," which meant to dwell. They
also had the word "bur," which sig-
aided chamber, a covering in which
to conceal or corer yourself, and
from this Anglo-Saxon came our
d4e Eanglish "bower." In the
te uas it was med in New Neth-
aosin Peter 8tuyvesant's time,
it was "bowery."
The same root went into the
Seanrit and became "bhu," which
meat to be, to exist, or the lace
where you were or lived, and rom
that came "bhav-ana," a dwelling
The allo-Saxon "bur" went into
the Ieelaic, meaning a room, and
into the Swedish, where it is used
for cage. It appeared in the low-
land Scotch as yre," a cow house.
So in all of the family of languages
it eame to mean a covering, a pro-
toetion, a dwelling or a home, and
where the last Dutch governor of
the New Netherlands lived came to
be known as his bowery and later
the Bowery.-New York Herald.

The tory of MUlien.
A real story lies back of Goethe's
beautiful creation ,of Mignon,
which has passed into so many
songs and even into an opera. This
store runs that in 1764 an Italian
eqilibrist named Caratta went to
Gottingen with his troupe. In his
company was child, evidently of
good family, who took her part with
* marked reluctance. The report soon
spread that the child had been kid-
naped by Caratta, but he fled and
escaped all'injury. The fate of the
eleven-year-old Petronella, as she
was called, caused a great sensation
in Gottingen. Young poets of the
town wrote on the theme, and Dan-
iel Schiebler, one of the university
students, collected these poems into
a volume. Soon after Schiebler
went to Leipzig, where he was
thrown much with Goethe and told
him the sad tale of little Petronella.
A decade later this Petronella be-
came one of the most charming po-
etic creations-Goethe's "Mignon."
It Might Be Either.
A bony, lank village youth of
artistic bent, who was sniffed at by
his fellow natives, finally disappear-
ed from his usual haunts, Hle was


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Aed o we of No At-
Ni ^l J-m .

k I'ITOJ Sthe Athatle
Iast iL, apt emn the shores of
Nantacket and Block
ei, ma ofer a record of disa
ter mrpuling the rol of shipwreck
a death whid is inuabd on
the VaAft daWd duna of Firn is-

Pr Ste last 50 years vessels
Ive be going ashore on the
beach, an every now and then you
come upon their bone, rearing up
gauntlr out of the sand. Of course
the geat majority of the wrecks
have gone the way of all things
earthly. But the sight of half a
daon huge timbers projecting from
the face of a dune, making an ideal
shelter for a brief rest. suggests
reminiscences of a tragedy of the
past. Occasionally, too. the waves
wash up some odd rel;e that the
sands have been toying with for
generations, and the old inhab-
itants of the coast, standing at their
cabin doors, with shaded eves, will
point up and down the dreary per-
spective to the places where ships
and steamers and any number of
other gallant craft came to grief on
the sands.
There are a peculiar charm and
attraction about Fire island beach
that are only to be accounted for by
its desolation and the grim events
connected with its history. This
does not apply to the settlement
clustered about the lighthouse and
the observation towers, but to the
long stretches, monotonous in their
apparent sameness. that run east-
ward toward the sheltered waters of
Shinnecock bay. It is almost unbe-
lievable that such a barren, primi-
tive landscape can be found within
fifty miles of New York city.
At certain seasons of the year
you can walk for hours and never
see a human being. The only noises
that break in on the solitude are
the twittering calls of the sand-
pipers that flit overhead. At dis-
tant intervals faintly marked trails
led up the lows and bluffs inshore,
tending toward the huts of lonely
baymen, tucked away in the shelter
of the dunes, scantily clad in dune
gras and underbrush; otherwise,
save for the wreckage that clogs
the beach, you would not be aware
that human beings existed any-
where. The sand covers everything,
obliterating footprints as fast as
they are made.
All the flotsam and jetsam of the
sea come to Fire island. Bits of
woodwork, parts of small boats,
hatches, spars, balks of timber, wa-
ter casks and chicken coops, bits of
all sizes, from a matchbox to a
derelict's shattered hull, are washed
over the outer bar. If the ghosts
of all the ships whose Ilone.s have
been bleached on Fire island sands
could be mustered thev would tell
the country's maritiiie history in
chronological order.
Bluff nosed Dutchmen out of
Amsterdam, stout English ships
from Hull and Plymouth town,
rangy Frenchmen, stately Sipan-
iards, like the last victim of the
beach, and many a goodly Yankee
crew have listened to the thunder

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t (4!&wC iot ma, r C %%hvth.r- r ''ur
cart 1~, ntrck %%vak '-r %mi
ave ort.anIic truuhI.tifv'Ii ie,
ot bentflit you tAkc thc 21;)tv
ottle to your drubggit anJ get
our money bick.

Needam. A..iet..t.
',me corn in the farue-r's t'i k I. 'e s.I f
vielf. No iaxe-re canj Nsjiare. A,-i.:~- a:.Il
t: !#-ti. always scrfathfeli t C:, .rtl.i.3 task'
;.Ntuare bitN"feel an 41 :. is# .
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heI editor hd wertad th
Iptl chiretmt m the philo. -
pwho M Mhany tUmwd over
a water battle M as u h
drolpl-ewp and after dining
a fmo2r-imht eohsla dream awake
to ihd water ot t yet al ruaout.
I bad told my fanou storr of
the man who was overeoome by am-
ber just as the clock was striking
inianight, dreamed a Ion, compli-
cated dream that took him half the
next day to tell to his junior clerk,
who couldn't get away, and awoke
to hear the last three of the twelve
Cooper had sat silently listening,
but now he braced himself up man-
fully, and, with a look of desperate
resolve, he began:
"I had an even more wonderful
experience than those you have been
relating, gentlemen, myself. I had
been out interviewing strikers, and
when I got into the office and hand-
ed in my last bit of copy I was dead
beat but I dropped into this chair
and was asleep before I struck the
"I straightway began to dream.
I lived a whole lifetime, from a lit-
tle babe to old age. Every step of
my education, every difficult lesson,
was reviewed in detail, even to in-
tricate geometrical problems. I fell
in love, courted and.married three
different girls, committed a murder,
lived through every incident of a
long trial and served a sentence of
twenty years, every day of which
was distinct and full of minute in-
cidents of prison life.
"I sailed on a three years' voyage
around the world and in the last
month of the last year was wrecked
on a desert island, captured by can-
nibals, nearly crushed by a boa
constrictor, rescued by the Russians,
only to be sentenced to Siberia.
from which I escaped and wandered
through the arctic regions for
months, did splendid work as a re-
porter on a morning newspaper for
several years, and the editor was
just going to make me his assistant
when I suddenly awoke.
"Some one had placed a pin in
that chair, and I had dreamed that
entire dream between the instant
when I started to sit down and
when I struck that pin."
And the editor and I arose, put
on our coats in beaten silence and
went home to bed.-Stray Stories.

Electricity Ip Fish.
Not the least remarkable of the
members of the finny tribe are
those which secure their food by
means of the electric batteries with
which nature has fitted them. The
best known of these is the gymno-
tus, or electric eel, of South Ameri-
ca. It possesses four batteries,
which extend nearly the whole
length of its body. The current
passes from before backward and,
remarkable to relate, extend-
through the animal's own brain.
Large ones (they grow to six or
more feet in length) have been
known to kill a horse or a mule out-
right with a single discharge.
The thundernih (umalapterurus),
one of the catfishes, found in Africa.
which even in ancient times wa-
highly recomniended by the doctors
for certain troubles, and the torpe-
do. or electric ray, which Hlatter .ex
hilits all the known power. of ecr>-
tricity, rendering thie needle i .;
netic, deconmpon cheiiii.a! cin
lpolund and elmittill) the -lpark. are
the other elet-tric i-te:s t t!.it -.' itr
their daily tf, Id ill the's revii.irki
ianner.- I' Tr: !.; i,.

Sikes' Way.
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the ii ti ,f ti e, l- 1 ; i li-i i
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tlirn .? S it.;'k \k W !,. i: '.,...

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On eae ocestn Edwin Booth ww
standing behis tihe sene whm a
character aetor wh an be gn
ing imitatios- of acted ears was
aboutrto to eauce.
'Whom do yeo ini.te next?"
Booth mka
"W4" was the reply,I U go-
ing to rpmat you m HamlWts so-
liloq, bat if you look on)'m afraid
I hall make a mo of it."
"SpM I im te myself re-
make the tragedian, and, hastily
cutting on the other actor's wig and
buttonng up his coat, he went om
and delivered the well known lines.
The next morning a newspaper
stated that the imitation ruined the
performane, "the personation of
Edwin Booth being simply vile
enough to make that actor shudder
had he seen it."

A Cheerful Intreduction.
In one of the great houses in the
west end of London there were a
dinner and a reception. After awhile
the maid was called, and the mis-
tress said:
"Serve the dinner. There is no
one else to come, except a relation
of little importance!"
Five minutes afterward the maid
announced in a loud tone:
"The relation of little impor-
tance!"-London Tit-Bits.

Just a Friendly Scratok.
Celia-Do you believe in reincar-
nation, dear?
Delia-No. Why?
Celia-1 was just thinking what
a nice, soft little white cat you
would make.
Delia-lf I came back as your cat
I wouldn't be one long.
Celia-Why not, dear?
Delia-Because you would lead
me such a dog's life.-New York
Children Cry

An Esy Jail.
In one of the Basque provinces
of Spain there is a prison the doors
of which are opened every morning,
allowing the prisoners to go into
the town for housework, gardening
or some trade. Some act as com-
missioners. In the evening they
quietly return to the prison at the
appointed time. and after being,
identified by the i:iiler the bolts are
drawn for ioeir .lm;r;o,


of the breakers and seen the white
sand through the spray, stretching
for miles beyond their ken. bare of
huntan soul. But that was in the
'lays before the establi-hmlnut ol'
the life saving service.
Ma.lny a storied ship lias ,met her
fate on Fire island Ieacl. Mer-
chantitan ; and, frirLatl
and slaver. 'ia-ter, fi-hlinig d iio1 -
er., ywifht and ljiner hi;i p lionde(il
thenielve~ alh, rl !;!r ll rea ilieer-
OIS lbar tOllt car ''v -li\. le-
ni'ath thi' lic -ti l c l! l i a !cpleaant
l v. A r i: j*. ', 1i i;
i!anc d.---Xw 'York I',-:
Suburban Advantages.
First Suhurlbniiti(-You were not
at the church sociable last nirht.
What was the matter?
Second Suburbanite Got car-
ried past my station and couldn't
get a train back till it was too late.
First Suburbanite Ah! IRead-
ing again ?
Second Suburbanite--aw! Try-
ing to explain the benefits of living
in the suburbs to a city man.-

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In nervous proradrin sad female
weakn-es they ame the mupreie
remedy, tbonunds hbve ded.
it is the bee medicine ewer old
over a dr ggist' counter.

Ten Doctors

Said He Would Die

"In 1903 we wrote you regard-
ing my husband, who was suf-
fering from heart trouble. He
was superanuated by the North
Georgian Conference. Ten doc-
tors at different times said he
would die. You advised Dr.
Miles' Heart Remedy and Re-
storative Nervine; we did as
advised, and improvement was
apparent from the very first. He
recovered and the Conference in
19o4 gave him a charge. He
never felt better, although he
has very heavy work and does
a great deal of camp meeting
work. I am so glad we took
your advice and gave him the
medicine, and feel that I ought
to let you know of the wonder-
ful good results from its use"c
Milner, Ga.
This proves what Dr. Miles
Heart Rteaiicd will adl. ,et a

Is o where health abouads.
With ipue blood there ca-
Not be good heath.
Withadisordered UVERthlrm
cannot be good blood

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Its natural actio.
A healthy LIVER means pre
Pure blood meas health.
Health eas happiness.
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o t, S. Indeed, the
ad th aidghb
w hW t-e brothers puansd%
Le idle sWve0." 0 very
m ~Mat these b lads who
wn word. AtM t4 brothers
Smw third of bdug moketd Said
me asfly:
We earnt o out of the house
without en the ildrean coming
Sup behind ad pulling our coats
amd c Ia lSy felow I' Let us
go to ) .
/ At first the six other brothers
at this popoition, but
weried of the neighbors'
ants, they concluded to earn their
iwlihood. They told their father
of their resolution, but he smiled
"Yeu have been idle too long to
be ndustrious," he id.
The boys persisted in their assur-
ances, however, and at last the fa-
ther aid:
"If you are really determined to
go to work I will give you each a
sam of money in gold and a new
suit 6f clothes. But first you must
ive me proof that you are in ear-
nst. You must each procure an ax
and a spade and, carrying your ax
;n your right shoulder and your
spde in your left hand, walk in
iro on through the streets of
At first the young men shook
their heads, but finally they ac-
cepted the test. The people all
came to their doors to see the
strange procession go by. "The
world must be coming to an end,"
they said.
ahe father kept his promise, and
the boys took their money and their
clothes and went off. They wander-
ed far, worked, persevered and ac-
quired property. Years passed away.
Many comforts came to the little
home in the woods, but the sons
never appeared.
One beautiful spring morning
the citizens of Bremen were aston-
ished to see seven well dressed gen-
tlemen, each carrying an ax and
a spade, marching in procession
through the city streets. There was
much curiosity and also great ex-
citement when it was found that the
"seven idle sons" had returned.
A beautiful house was built
where the little home stood, and the
old people were surrounded with
every luxury. No road ran to that
part of the woods from the town,
so the brothers built a broad way
with their own hands.
"What shall we call our street?"
they asked each other when it was
"Much of our lives has been spent
in idleness," said one. "What we
have lost we can never get back.
Let us warn young people who are
inclined to be aIszy." We will call the
why Faulenstrasse, or Lazy street."
An Apeleoy Due and Forthcoming.
An illiterate young man once got
a friend to write a letter for him
to his sweetheart. The letter was
rather prosaic for a love letter, and
the lover felt that an apology was
due to his sweetheart for its lack of
tended nothings. It was added at
his suggestion as follows:
"Please excuse the mildness of
this here letter, as the chap wot's
ritin it is a married man, and he

says he can't 'bide any soft soap-
ings. It allus gives him the spaz-
sums."-London Telegraph.
The Generoue Sot.
An Edinburgh tourist arrived at
King's Cross station ore day, ac-
companied by his wife and daugh-
ten and an enormous quantity of

- Zaith y aiwaun sand with
hrtim aandgood um e4dat, if I
b amy it bet rai. hen came
Seim a little bit f an incident that
ot me the lift of wage I wanted
night away.
"I have always been accustomed
.to pay attention to the little per-
onal peeuliarities of my employer's
guests so that I could show at the
table or away from it attention to
their fancies or their real wants,
and this 1 knew entitled me to
higher recognition in the way of
pay, for all this, of course, was for
my employers benefit and good. As
I couldn't tell him all these things,
I had to rely on the general charac-
ter of my service. There came an
opportunity at last in which my
careful attention to little things
won out for me.
"We had among our guests at
dinner one night a gentleman upon
whom, as I chanced to know, my
employer was particularly desirous
to make a favorable impression, and
from the moment that gentleman
came into the house I had, as you
might say, my eye on him. I was
studying him, and well was my
study rewarded, for presently I dis-
covered about him a peculiarity my
knowledge of which I knew at the
proper time would save him from
great discomfort.
"When in due time the guests
were seated at the table and I had
come to wait on them I served them.
to be sure, with such dishes as they
were to take a portion from, each
with the dish at his left side, so
that the person served could reach
it most conveniently. But when I
came to the gentleman of whom I
have spoken I did not pass around
him to hand the dish at his left
side. No; I simply moved the dish
from the left side of the gentleman
I had just previously served across
the interval to this gentleman's
right side, and I continued to serve
him at his right side throughout the
dinner despite the scowls which my
master repeatedly directed at me
for so doing, and 1 knew what wasi
coming to me later. When the
guests had all gone he said to me:
"'James, how could you have
made such a frightful mistake as
you did all through the evening in
serving Mr. Dickerton at his right
side ?'
"'Sir,' I said, 'Mr. Dickerton i4
left handed.'
"It never did need a beetle and
wedge to get an idea into my mas-
ter's head, and at that he said, with
his face all a-beaming:
"'James, you are a great man!'
And he raised my wages on the
"My son," the butler concluded,
"never neglect the big things; al-
ways watch out for them, but keep
an eye always, too, on the little
things. Many a fortune has turned
on a needle's point."-New York

An old Tennessee darkv was ar-
rested, charged with stealing a pig.
The evidence was absolutely conclu-
sive, and the judge, who knew the
old man well, said reproachfully.
"Now, Uncle Rastus, why did youl
steal that pig '"
"Bekase mahl pooh fambly wuz
starvin', vo' honnah,'' whimperel
the old man.
"Family starving'" cried the
judge. "But they tell nie you keep
five dogs. How is that, uncle?"
"W'hy, yo* honnah," said Uncle
Rastus reprovingly, "you wouldn't
s'pect mal fambly to eat dem
dawgs 1"-Argonaut.
His Messae
Excitement is often the cause of
strange telegrams, as well as of oth-
er strange manifestations.
A man who had been one of the
passengers on a shipwrecked vessel
was rescued almost by a miracle.
On arriving at a place from which
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The Fear of Thirteen.
The fearful grip which this No.
13 superstition continues to have
upon the hearts of men and women
in all walks of life is incomprehen-
sible, says 0. S. Marden in Succesi-
Magazine. Yet every intelligent
person knows that nothing in this
world can possibly take place with-
out a cause and that the cause must
be sufficient to produce an effect.
The most ignorant person, it would
seem, should know that the arbitra-
ry No. 13 has no more power to
produce any effect, to cause any ca-
lamity, than a drop of ink. The
fact that the ink or paint instead
of being in the shape of a round
drop is put into the form of a
numeral 13 does not add any force
or power to it. A drop of ink or
paint on the door of a hotel room
would have just as much power to
produce harm as it would if formed
mto the figure 13.

Her Compliments.
Dean Ramzay tells of an old lady
of Edinhurglh who ordered her maid
to call upon the doctor every morn-
ing and report the latest particulars
as to her mistress' health, always
carefully adding her compliments.
At last one day the girl arrived
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Ad That le WhIy t*v Jo W am eM
trM TIe.
"ie ane peop i this town
who will stl anything" sMd a
thin ma with a string tie he
relld a fresh cigarette and sked
his hiead fr a ligt. "Ye, ir;
they vwi tak the buttaar a you
st if don't watch 'am. I was
Stwi dming the put
math, and lat viter some one
pd out my overcoat at a restan-
while I was tt hmlnc.
"But its allght. got even the
other day in a small way, and I've
bluen laughing ever since. We had
an old eat over in our flat which had
ben a pet of my wife's ever since
we were married. Elvir-that's
the cats name, not my wife's-was
so old she had lost nearly all heri
teeth, and we had to feed her on
milk and soft stuff. This got tire-
some, because I had to do the feed-
ing, and I decided that Elvira was
about due to die.
"One night I sneaked home a bot-
tle of chloroform, and after my wife
went out to one of the clubs or
something she belongs to I wet a
sponge with the chloroform and
went out in the kitchen looking for
Elvira. There she was, curled up
on a chair, and before she knew
what was going on I had her fixed.
Didn't hurt her, you know, and she
really was a burden to herself.
"When my wife came home 1
looked solemn and told her Elvira
was dead-went off in a fit. There
were tears, of course, and the re-
mains had to be viewed. My wife
insisted that Elvira should have a
decent burial and would not listen
to my suggestion that the body be
disposed of in the usual way. Final-
ly I consented to take Elvira out in
the country the next day and bury
her myself and was called a 'dear
old boy.'
"Early next morning, after a lot
of tears from my wife, I started out
with Elvira neatly done up in a
couple of sheets of wrapping paper.
I took a car which connects with a
suburban line and deposited my
bundle on the rear platform next to
the gate, while I went inside to
read the paper. I was deep in the
sporting page when the transfer
station was reached, and the con-
ductor had to offer me a transfer
twice. I went out on the platform,
and bless your soul if Elvira hadn't
disappeared! Some guy thought the
package contained my morning
marketing and ad swiped it.
"1 was a bit put out at first, but
when I realized that for once I had
the laugh on the thief I felt good.
Laugh? Well, I should say yes.
People on the street must have
thought I had a giggling jag on. 1
did not advertise for the return oi
Elvira and no questions asked for
several reasons, but I'd give $5 to
know what that fellow said when
he opened the package."-Washing-
ton Star.



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will join mr. Save and go to White at iompeuuve prices
Capt. Vesey Hall, wife and child, al- Springs for a few weeks.g it. IT IS FREE.t ComPetitve Prices
so Miss Eva Owens, were visiting friends pn orees ASOLIN CYLN OIL, CUP R A ETC.
n Indianol Sundy. An Epworth League social s gin Southern School f Telegraph ALLENHURST, FLA.
- in Indianol Scunday. hrat the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.L, HULeRAa
Mr. G. W. Schuyler has returned to Houston on Tuesday evening. An 'Iced B0x 272 NEWNAI, GEORGIA
Indian River again after quite an ex- Contest" was won by Prof. andt Mrs. THE NEV FORD MODEL "T" AT $825.00
tended stay in Brunswick, Ga. Mac. A most enjoyable wning was
Capt. Jeffords and daughter visited spent.acy mt nin East Coast Meat Market
in Courtenay Sunday evening, being the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons. Exchange Directors Meet G. F. DUREN, AGENT ,,,
Mr. John Fields, Jr.. made a trip to The regular meeting of the diree- -" i -
Jacksonville last week, combining busi- tors of the Florida Citrus Exchange Florilda and ___
ness with pleasure, returning home Fri- was held Wedn.sday of last week at Western -
day. the exchange headquarier; in Ta:n- W ter/
Capt. Bart Fields made a trip to 1a:. There were present W.. B. Gray. .
litusville Thursday afternoon in his vice-president: J. W. Sample, W. E. Meats .
launch, the May Flower, taking up a Heathcote. Josiah Varn, Eugene al' V
crowd to the baseball game. Holtsinger and W. A. Fult, of all Kinds. '
Messrs. J. E. Reid, A. S. Humphrys, Encouraging reports were read --
D. S. Nisbet and others are removing from Sales Manager R. P. Burton,. ITUBVILLE, FLORIDA
the wire f and putting nic d the cypress picketme- who is now in the North organizing is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
place of it, which adds to the appearance hs agencyes t A. STEW ART Practical demonstration of Ford car and ull particular
very much. n response to a communication as to the new styles and models given at any time b>
from Mr. Goodwin, of Fort Pierce, _ E. B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.
Heavy, impre blood makes a muddy, stating that the pineapple growers
pimply oomplextion, headac.i, nausea inu-
digestion. Thin blood makes you weak pale. were greatly interested in the ex- EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
i Brdoc Blood Bittrich rd. o perfect health. change methods of selling, it was de-
lood rich, r nr opun-retore perf iret health tid t nd Or ii t -T . t--- 1 1 w 1 a I IS .

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-' A Hair m~im flLrlAr
IUI* RBv5 H- -e y-,, l UI1 lir .IB^-.

,5 Ar _li- Indian River State Ca
I t oIDressing i r
MMI? youe wia a high-class nhair A Cha $M M *t
"tMr. wI "askI, I C En Vl Int o -A- to thl --iItM dressing, we are sure Ayer's A r' usI A
abuat 90 pwows mm msand it HaIr VIMor, amwaproved for-
Ii i .eae a-Ine w IAftM for II I IWali, iu ready pleas. you.
m rs1 w Wr*a fh te a*Sirr "It aps t o GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
M- Mar ite Norwed is vis ti h~m-b e toe kam Mr. Daige) wl s ,oo es ok rich sd LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
her tr, Mrs. J. Mitehill. o to Jopiter and tim ll m he th luxuriat, preeM sp a LT A O B O
Dr. wm. w t oM, of drylsd. the ed. Ad kteep the Exchsm o bought sad od o0 a foreg mco etri.
was a victor i mtow a s M ix. MQ SA A o slp bf Ifr d draft. Ip tVd ?, tmpt ric po-st- rM _-- ry
M- s. W. C. Dhywod turned from Mis th A llearrived home from D m '& as & s C brOeLR &s Adr .
tip to Mite Florids at week. Rhode Isld last iday. .nin we*mair s b Nationi Bm k ofJk iley, e, Jw us TFl w
Mlr. John eP is. visiting friadb in There wre no *rrie Sunday on ac- ILLE FLOR
towa d also lootki after bim.. ont of t wt weather. TIA fVLLE, FLORIDA.
Th pator of the Methodist lhurbh, Mr.,and Mrs. Arthur S returned iUm-aSS -_ --' ----..-- ----=_-- .
Rev. IL. y. will be here Friday. to their home at Tropice on Sunday lat. At the same tim the new Ayer's Hair
The recent raas have improved the Mrs. Taylor went to Cocoa last Tues- Vier is' a g nhair usic, r kpremew
looks of vegetatle ad also the rods. day. A. B. Carter also visted the den-1 tgaowh d& t ae hair, keep ag al th
Mrs. W. G. Patrso left qg Wednes- tit at Cocoa that day. condities. The hair s fall d-a-
day for IAMhan Spri Ga., for a stay Mr. C. D. Provost has had Vance drff disappears. A sedid dres. HDWAs.
f two or three Month. McCaskill at work mowing on the Joe --- sor se Ua s .-
Me Johns and Paterson have runner place ad in Mr. Simmons' and Reid will be printed and dis-
had a new Diebol sate put in their of- gro. tribute to the growers throughout Ja S. ritch a rd &
ce-a 8,000 poumd ie prof. John Brown sold his houe last week the state
r. d r. W. pord o to Mr. Swi n, who is to drive It was also decided that n Handle the Finest Lines of
Sarpes, reeing school wagon thi year City Point for crate material and other supplies Lin
A sr w t fr Sneton and Vere Michael let by sub exchges and Heavy and Shelf Hardware
W. vtb has- be e a litt btr-ye at came up from Eau G nllie last Tuesday local associations on prices quoted
,,. Some,-, r tet th .,.. .,, to build the Banana river dock on the from the central .xchge at Tampa.
ar. se e else gt the .. place for Mr. Bruim. A stencil design repared by the Our Stock of
.... The tr my weather ofthepst week Schein Advertiing Service, of Tam- Guns anSportingoods
writt. we side ofthe river this has clred the atmosphere and given was adopted to be used on all the
ka I I freh cor ad life to the grovel. boxes that pas through the ex- is com plete at all tim e
M .C. A Cur r Georganites are getting the ground change agency. The stencil is 20
M.nSl. C. A. ,lm and l r ,ly a _r ready for fl gardens. inches long by 3 inches deep, and
d wS ell ral months and ,i w consists of the word "Florida" in Paint and Oilsof Q u
turn to her horsehere.- U )AT large letters, through which will run one of our Sc lt
Cooa w ia Titville for n, outig Mr. John Tucker spent Sunday in Eau the words "Citrus Exchange." It pialt
lao Thanday ad tou se our pouertil Gallie. will be printed in vermillion ink on
team play bal. Several launche and Sheriff Brown was a caller in town the sides of the box. Quotations for large or small orders will
Mr. 8. F. Travi, Jr's. autonoMle err- one day this week. be given personal attention Mal Ordr
tried a number. Others went by train. Mr. Roy Snell spent Wednesday in Balks Death Plot solicit a o ptly filled
Prod. wG Sc,,,uyr, ..ormerl of town with his family. It seemed to J. A. stone, a civil war veter-
G. W Schuyler, f ery of town family. an, of Kemp, Tex. that a plot exisd between
Indiumaol has returned to Coca and Mr. F.C. Powell and familyarespend- a desperate lung trouble and the grave to
will form a clan for musical instrue- ing a few weeks in town. cauv his death. "I contracted a stubborn
Sm a ucl uc w wees .cold," he writes. "that developed a cough that
tion. Prof. Schuyler has been amo Mr. Aaron Williams returned Sunday stuck to me, in spite of U remedies, for
us a number of years and his friends from West Palm Beach. e. My wreiht ran down to o130 Kaods.
are gld torne him back. Then I uenu to ue Dr. Kin's New Discov- - --- -
areg toee mack. Mr. Archie Campbell and family left ry, which restorl my heth completely. T
I now weigh 178 pounds." For severe colds,
Thke Kel at thetime when yo feelwhat Tuesday for their home in Arch Creek. obstinate coughs hemorrhage, asthma. and
you have eata is not digestng. Kodol di- Mrs. A. O. Frink is drilling the child- to prevent pneumonia it's universal. 50 and P U
gesis what you eat so you an at sucietly re1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ban-
"efwy orlwhoomefeod, ifyou will jst ren for an entertainment in the near nerDrug Store. UUu I in
let gel d t it. Sold by Btaner Drug future. -- .
ltore. is t Sold by er Drug future. e handle produce of all kinds. We are agent for Mape' Fertiliser. We deal ezclusivel
- Mr. L. G. Peek and wife returned on YOUNG MEN, LEARN in the above line of goods and olicit the trade of all consumers. Write a for prira uni
INDIANOLA Thursday last from a few weeks spent GTL A DUV rain and all Groceiries, delivered at your station. E L. BRADY & BRO.. TITSeviLL.
E Madison has the club house nicely in G,'rgia. Dr. J. C. SPELL. istered .. .mac
pained. Mr. Mooney and family left for Cocoa TELG RAPH OPERTORS ARE Rered P
Mrs. Godfrey as returned to Mrs. Saturday. where they will make their B A N N E R D R ST O
Allen's cottages. future home. IN GREAT DEMAND!! !D R U
Mrs. Mitchell, of Cocoa, was calling Mrs. H. U. Hodgson and sisters, the BOYS, THIS 1 YOUR OPPORTUNITY I"'ltuslvljle, P lor1idA
on friends here last Sunday. Misses Danforth, left for New York on to learn a irst-cla trade that ys good Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
Mrs. E. Madison visited her mother, Thursday last. salary every month in the year. There will Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mrs. Jeffords, Tuesday evening. Mrs. George Gleason spent a few days be a greater demand for Telegraph Operators
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sanders were call- in Melbourne last week as the guest of this Fall and Winter than there has been for Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
Mrs. McFarland. many years past. The prominent railroads of haven't in stock
ing oa Courtenay friends Sunday. the South and other parts of the United States
Miss Mamie Ramsey, of Footman, Mrs. C. Beck left last Friday for are writing us to qualify as many young men John L. Van De Veer W Ford
visited last week with her friend, Mrs. Taylorsville, where Mr. Beck will be of good character for their service as we po- John L. Van De Veer W. H. Ford
Koerler. employed for some time. sihly can. We trust that the reliable, nambit- T IT U SV ILLI IC E C O
M. R. S. Grant, Mrs. J. R. Miot Preaching at St. Pauls M. E. church ioub boys of the South will rally to thiVs golden.
and Mrs. J R. GField M n.t J R Mo t next Sunday evening by the Rev. R. F. opportunity.
nd. Whitehurst. Every one cordillyinvited Our studeUnt qualify for service iu only Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
Inday.Miss E yAnnie Booth left Mondav four to six months. We guarantee positions. Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points on the Florida East Coast
Geo. Wallace was towing logs down iss Annie Booth left Monday for graduates begin on $45 to II per luouth; easy
the other day to complete C. H. Pea- Jacksonville, where she will spend a and pleasant work: permanent employment:
cock's dock. ew days before taking up her school in rapid promotion. IN D IANR IV ER O M PA NY
cc' docuik fod vie In Madison. Our tuition is reasonable; board at low N A V A Y
Misa Puline Jeffords visitedn n Mrs. T. J. Shave and son Vernon left rates; Nwnanu is extr.uzely healthful: due .NA. N R I, COPN
danola Monday afternoon comedown for Jacksonville Wednsdy, where she climate; exelleut ikg water. t Deaer Staple and Fancy Groceries
on horseback. on e for our new illustratedl etahlo. A let- --- ....




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