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: 10 8, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00722
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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Amt Toml
S' i t forget the Booster club
m: L g tonight at the Opera House.
5 or 6 dam os will cure ay
m- e4 chill and fever. Price Ce.
SYeou A ld see th' new styles in
ben'hats and caps just arrived at

Mr. E. B Knox paid a visit to the
Mtropols dity of the state the first
Sed this week.
SNew shipment of Victor records
Jut ris ved at Indian River Music
omo, fOne selection.
I The wild ducksare already arriv-
tg, hurried south by the early cold
r wether up north this fall.
M Mr Scobie entertained a
Number ofher young friends at a
,a l party Wednsday night.
Court my was well represented in
Ttasvilve Monday, when the Idian
Sehrr Ctrs Sub-Exchange was or-

Mr. R. W. Joner, agent for the
mthera mEpres Co., at this place,
Imrboqght the ttle speed boat Limit
w Chstesr CUton.
We amn phse you in boys' and
gs' school hos-largest asort-
,met--all standard makes-to see
#thi is to by--at Branning's.
Mr. Frank 8. tte, of Pmso, ar-
rivd In town Wedneday for a short
."o. en bueem matters, and was
Swel.omed by his many
IMiss Dais Brady, who has been on
an extended visit of nearly a year
with her sister, Mrs. F. M. Wooten,
in Camde 8. C., is expected to ar-
rive home this Friday afternoon or
The member of the Ladies' Guild
are requested to meet Friday after-
noon at the residence of Mrs. Ja.
Prtchaid. As this isthe opening
meeting ot-the guild for the coming
season a large attendance is request-
Mrs. W. Sanders arrived in Mia-
mi last Friday night from Indianola
where she has been spending several
weeks. Mrs. Sanders visited Kansa
City this summer with Mr. Sanders,
who is now located at Hot Springs,
Ark., for the benefit of the baths.
Judge Jones is holding regular fall
term of court at Miami this week.
One of the important cases to come
up is that of Henry Hopkins, chbarg-
ed with the murder of E. E. Stafford.
This is the defendant's first trial for
killing Stafford, his former, trial be-
ing for killing J. D. Walker.
Mrs. S. K. Baldwin. a graduate
nurse of Bellevue Hospital, New
York, is in Titusville in charge of
Mrs. Spell, the wife of our well-
known physician, Dr. Spell. Miss
Baldin is a resident of Cocoa, and
has the strong recommendation of
the physicians of the East Coast as
a very capable trained nurse.

Bureaus, dressed dressing stands
Wash-ttads. rfrige tors, spring
Matter kitchen safes ice cream
fre (White Mountain) chair
Tables, wardrobes, iron b ru
Mattisur art squares, carpets.
C As. A m Phone 2
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of food high land


vice in St. Luke's church, Courtenay,
on Sunday next at 10 a. m.. All are
cordially invited.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30 a.
m.,and at Cocoa at 3:30 p. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday
morning, October 10th, at 11 o'clock,
and in St. Gabriel's church, Titus-
ville, on Sunday evening at 7:30
Gun Renair WUrks

altg ht am hun ulatiM
We have now on exhibit large asort-
mentin all the latest styles and hales
in fall and winter hats, both soft
and stiff, in the worldknown Hawse
. O guaranteed hats and Ste n $4
and 16.00 Our fall hats have only
been none week and we have sold
lo each day. Call at once and
make your selection-get the full
seasonal wer-y aide that straw
-by far the prettiest line ever shown
in te cty.
w Stykl, Qulaty. Frar rlc
Titusville, Florida.
Su& Echnge Organized
TrruSVILLE, FLA., Oct. 4, 1909.
The Citrus Associations, represent-
ing the Indian River Citrus Growers'
Association, Mims, Fla.; Courtenay
Citrus Growers' Associations, Court-
enay, Fla.; Titusville Citrus Grow-
era' Association, Titusville, Fla., and
the City Point Citrus Growers' Amo-
ciation, City Point, Fla., met at THE
STAR office, and on motion Capt. W.
H. Sharpe was elected chairman, and
P. W. Roberts secretary.
Moved and seconded that we or-
ganise the Indian River Citrus Sub-
Exchange. Carried.
Moved and seconded that the In-
dian Citrus Sub-ERchnVe be located
at City Point for this year, or ship-
ping year of 1909 and 1910. Carried.
Moved and seconded that Mr. R.
B. LaRoche, of the Courtenay Citrus
Growers' Association, be elected
president of the Indian River Citrus
Sub-Exchange. Carried.
Moved and seconded that Mr. C. K.
Maddox be the secretary, treasurer
and manager of the Indian River
Citrus sub-Exchange. Carried.
The following directors of the local
associations were elected directors of
the Sub-Exchange:
G. B. Gardner, representing the
Titusville Indian River Citrus Grow-
ers' Association.
R. B: LaRoche, representing the
Courtenay Citrus Growers' Associa-
W. H. Sharpe, representing the
City Point Citrus Growers' Associa-
P. W. Roberts, representing the
Indian River Citrus Growers' Asso-
ciation, Mims, Fla.
Moved and seconded that G. B.
Gardner be vice-president of the
Indian River Citrus Sub-Exchange.
Moved and seconded that the dir-
ectors of the Indian River Citrus
Sub-Exchange be increased from
three to four. Carried by unanimous
The minutes were read over and
Motion that the Indian River Cit-
rus Sub-Exchange adjourn. Carried.
Chairman. Secretary.
Church Notes
Rev. H. F. Harris will occupy his
pulpit at the Methdist church Sunday
morning and Sunday night.
Rev. W. H. Cresson will have ser-

and do what you can to advertise his year. The manager will have his stomach and officers of the law
and do what you can to advertise hishis office in the large new packing will try to locate the delinquent
lecture. Remember, the 3rd Sunday house and will have telephone com- manager and force him to pay up.
in October, 7:30 p.m. Mr. Thomp- munication with both Titusville and ----
son represents the Anti-Saloon Lea- Cocoa from his office, placing him in Orange and Grapefruit Trees
gue. Mr. Thompson will preach in direct communication with the head Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
the Baptist church in the morning office in Tampa and the commercial hickory hammock. Free from white
the 17th at 11 o'clock. world. fly. One year to two year old buds.
-- Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't THE MONEY ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
Men's neglige shirts, made of an Deposited in this bank is loaned to station. J SW. GRIFFIS,
excellent quality of percale, the fa- the people of this vicinity. People o, la.
mnus Princelv shirts. worth 75 Pcnta uwhn w iah tn imnrnvar their hnma pr .. n .


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MONDAI, Ocr. 11THs, 1909.
Thing for oe-piece dresses and shirt
wa l it sits, prie 15cper yard.
SmWtiG AUet th pl Of TtUo th25.r eents a M Aat t
Tvll uA Thq Cen u G6 yard, 36 inches wide, for coat suit, Trit h IMh T
D'.fill$.DtU TiytCilad .inm stripes and checks, Monday only,
Dr. Miller. Dentist. TitsvWie. per yard. Limeade, delicious, healthful and
Remember The Alpine for lodging Indian Head linen, 45 inches wide, cold, 5 bents, Banner Drug Store.
and quick lunch when in Titusville. for 19c. 5 or 6 doses will cure any
Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jacson- c Monday pecal, for case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
ville, was in town the early part of A new line of Bates searsuckers The largest assortment of boy's
the week. and toil du nord, just the thing for blouses with and without collars at
G. U y arivd h e S r- children's school dressesand boys' Branning's.
Dr. H. G. Utley arrived home Satur- blouses, at 12Vc a yard.
day night from a months' vacation 86-inchunbleached domestic,worth Are you registered for the town
spent in North Carolina. 10c a yard, Monday's special, 14 election? The books close Thursday
yards for $1..N.
Mr. Go. Gingras came up from -inh e blehed domestic next, the 14th inst.
Rockledge Sunday via launch and soft finish, worth 12*e per yard, Mr. J. S. Snowden, one of the most
bought a fine pair of mules from J. Monday only, loc. successful fishermen in this section,
M. Osban. Just received a full line of Dr. has gone to Misissippi to try his luck
Pomner's adjustable ankle brace shoes there.
Fresh Sanford bread, cakes and for misses and children, sizes from
pies at C. Collins's every Monday, 56 to 2s, recommended by the best Mr. Goes Tucker, of Fort Pierce,
Wednesday and Friday. Fruits a physicians for the ankle. spent a part of Tuesday in Titusville
specialty. JTiusville, a. on his way homeward bound from a
Call and see the new line of boys'Titusville Florida. trip to Tampa.
suits and pants, just opened up. For Mr. Van DeVeer Sells Out Hon. G. S. Hardee, of Rockledge,
the best at reasonable prices go to Arrangemnts were concluded last was in town on Wednesday and pur-
Branning's. week whereby Mr. B. C. Edwards, of chased a pair of mules to replace the
Preparations are being made for Selma, Ala., has purchased the inter- span he lost a few weeks ago.
the annual A. M. E. camp meeting, est of Mr. John Van De Veer in the Don't forget to attend theBooster
which will be held at this place the Titusville Ice Co., of this place. Mr. club meeting this Friday night at the
last week in this month. Edwards and Mr. Van DeVeer were Opera House. It's time that we
Mr. L. J. Mourey moved his stock formerly night and day superintend- should be doing something in that
of groceries, etc., Monday into the ents in a large ice factory in Selma, line.
Gray buildingon Washingtonavenue, in which Mr, FPrd was employed. Capt. Coggin, of Cocoa, who re-
recently vacated by Mr. J. R. Walker. Mrs. Van ITeVeer has gone north on turned from Barrington, Il,, Satur-
SRev. W. H. Cresson, of City Point, a visit and wil be away several weeks day, came up in his auto Monday to
went to Tampa Tuesday where he will at least. In the meantime Mr. Van inspect his grove at Mims, returning
represent the Indian River Citrus DeVeer will prospect in this state and home Tuesday.
Sub-Exchange at a meeting of sub- will probably locate some where on Mesrs. L A. Davis and C.J. Davis,
exchange directors in session there the East Coast. of 'Crandell, Fla., almost on the
this week. Masters SaGeorgia line, were here prospecting
Masters Big Sle Monday this week and we hope they may be
John Weihe, of West Palm Beach, this week and we hope they may be
was on the southbound Wedneday, The master's sale re Consolidated induced to invest in property here.
was on the southbound Wednesday, Naval Stores Co., vs. H. E. Pritchett Mrs. L. M. Wetmore arrived from
returning from Michigan, where he Mrs. L M. Wetmore arrived from
spreturning from Michigan, whe predicts he and others, advertised in the counties Jacksonville Tuesday for a stay of a
bigspent tourhe summeason for Floridacts a of Volusia, Brevard and St. Lucie, in few days with Mrs. S. N. Gladwin
winter which the said properties and leases and is delighted to again meet her
winter, of the defendants were located, was many Titusville friends. She expects
Standard sewing machine, drop held Monday at this place, the special to return to Jacksonville tomorrow.
head, full set attachments, used less master, Mr. L. H. Boggs, making the n t oo cl to
than a month, price $20.00, full guar- sale to the plaintiff company for the Join the Boosterclub tonight and
antee and trial allowed in your own sum of $30,000, which was bid by E. Titusville can do in the way of boost-
home, full satisfaction or no sale. J. L'Engle, solicitor for the complain- ingitself along. If wthe wiay of boost
Indian River Music House, Titusville ant company. The claim of the Con- togelfer we will pli boot
Mr. M. N. Cowart and daughter, solidated amounted to more than Be sure and come tonight to the Op-
Mrs. Snell Grove, and Mrs. Clara double the above amount. e ue and
Cowart arrived Wednesday from era House.
Summit, Ga., where Mr. Grove died The New Sub-Exchange Mrs. Alien, of Daytona, who has
a few days ago with typhoid fever. One of the most harmonious meet- spent several months this summer
Mrs. Grove returns to make this her ings we have ever seen was that in with her son, Commodore J. H. Al-
home. which the Indian River Sub-Ex- len, at Allenhurst, returned to Day-
Mr. S. M. Stephens, of Lakeland, change was organized Monday. tona for a few weeks' stay Wednes-
orange buyer, arrived Monday with Every movement was made for the day accompanied by Miss Schultz, of
a large force of orange pickers and benefit of the grower and self-inter- Allenhurst.
packers and at once commenced work est was not thought of except it The order requiring all dogs to be
shipping the fruit from groves in La- tended to the general welfare of all. muzzled was rescinded on the first of
Grange and Mims which he bought a Titusville would have been the logi- the month, and the few dogs that
few days ago. cal place for the sub-exchange, but were left in town no doubt thought
The many friends of Mrs. J.C. on account of most of the fruit in a new era of life and enjoyment had
Spell are pleased to learn that she is this section and Mims having been dawned upon them. Some few of
now convalescent from the serious sold on the trees, most of the busi- these had been confined to their ken-
attack of fever which lasted for sev- ness this year will go forward from nel yards for over six months past.
eral weeks, and trust that the im- City Point, and the further fact that; One of the Chickasha Indian base-
provement will be continuous and Mr. Maddox, the sub-exchange mana- ball nine by the name of Curley tried
that her health will soon be fully re- ger (whose home is at City Point) is to commit suicide in West Florida on
stored. a man eminently fitted for that posi- account of the manager having left
tion in every respect, it was unani- i the Indians stranded and without
Mr. J. J. Thompson will occupy the mously agreed that it was best to lo- their salary. The Indian's life was
pulpit of the Methodist church on the cate the sub-exchange there for the saved by removing the poison from
night of the 17th. Everybody come I1 i .mg w ne s ah d cs t a


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finally owned so tablished from motives of charity in veloped, while crystals possess it to of the possession of the colored 4xTOlAC
many lines that be the fifteenth century. Their object an astonishing degree. It has even messenger in the meantime. There- It i the best medkie vr ad
was called the was to lend money to the poor upn been shown that a crystal that has fore he alone was responsible, and over a dnragista coWutr.
street car king.- At pledges without interest. Tey been injured will under some cir- as he could not o'Ter any satisfac-
bbe afoo atKent were first supported by voluntary cumstances suspend its growth over tory explanation he, too, was dis-
tucky girl with contributions, but it became neces- the remainder of its surface until mis.-,d fr,'n the service, but was W 1 DaoCi p e tt
whom he proposed sary to charge interest upon the the injured part has been repaired. not because there wasl
a Hfe partnersap. money loaned. These banks were Yet there is no real life in the crn'- no direct proof of his guilt.--Chi- faU Seed a li
Serving his pro- first called "montes pietatis," the tal, but simply a force that causes cago Record-Herald.
TOM i. JOUS0o. spective father-In- word "mont" being applied to any its particles to arrange themselves now ready. gives tie ft:lst
law, he confided that th girl waa pecuniary fund, and it is possible in geometric forms. Hw N et uim information about .u
ell u u that "pietatis" was added to give it Some crystals, it is believed, have A New York dramatist was one Sel for the
"Wo oyu have por a serve withan air of religion and so obtain had their growth suspended during evening visiting a well known play-
o w b a e with s, larger subscriptions. The "montes millions of years, after which enor- er' dressing room hen there a I d a
rep le Tom. "bht I have aimthee pietatis" were also called "Lom- mous lapse of time the growth ha handed in an appeal for financial G and Covers
rP To It avealsotaistance. written in the French r
tw9 hAins and tib h d." bads," from the name of the orig- been renewed. Such a process would asstance written i the French Vetches, Alfala.
T protective father-in-law capita- final money lenders, the Lombards, be impossible to animals and plants, languaPe by an actor, a Britisher. Sed Whe. Oats.
lated, and the pair were wedded, who came to London in the reign although some imaginative story who prides himself on his knowl- Bar. ey tc
-ld- iof Edward I. and established them- writers have treated their readers edge of that tongue. 'e, .iet
Otyde Pitch, the most proliie of selves in the street which bears to wonderful accounts of suspended To the dramatist's astonishment, Ao tell all about
Amercan drmnatlte who died abroad their name and which in the reign animation in man. the player to whom the note was Vegetate & Fl Sc
Ulghtly Ooldor With now of Queen Elizabeth was the hand. In one respect, it has been point- addressed immediately proceeded to th canbe nt n t fl I
lw... htl. ,,...,.tI ..... .....A .. hand the mei-sena r thi ammnmr thAat cna be Plantct in ti.e fall iL,

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W t hAs.m Uth hady Wd wfll chets, loked and seald, t@ro the b so -
S5 lp ar, m w"waod ody toknow ut- buara of eagraving and printingM Iteal i te in
PIop rehearse te t taM f a north. In his book to the csh room of the treMs ry
t rehois ana.tou t "New Lapd" Captain 8verdruo says: and there delivered upon Mript to ibt3i b
p mlas l. ......Ift may be.a I4 that olar the chief of the di-ion of issue in
R search withiot s a& ektrmely di- t .fs ffourb seach eyare6

Ow v- b. Oi oi reaching the pol is simply and n them i power l l a-taki' mr
I tIId and dsMr d^r0 4oat." presses in Ia small apartment under i n tls .
a" Pbet has at- to" amL ..UM-4 an of os ""*ad
?14w m o chat @ the bU *IW= 4 the soath or the north the cash room. -tr
s ru. wat as eM q- moi s wrme~ ,im1 .ior people, usually a man presman and a miRclUU aW. of sc and
s iS a w1omanbfeederrorlassistant. When wakint dropd t o th Idt-
#* da y on the bk cuarpe.- m the seal has been imprinted upon q isn't s*kio, all owhr. I
S. t h*i eariy U re a s am ically. bound in packages of equal do 'h
la3 A. a1-, wuAt he gmI: "Aa one afternoon. duaIa a snent numbers by bands of paper, mark-
U.eI "My most Imea- pase tn our rehearsal, we bead a ed, signed by the rsons who have
ai espronm e u sa Irider m the ro the building op wtoM m y handled them nd passed into the II Iu
DplA"G rIN whes aWed barae ngdt e gravetly:
a or I ma. That was at spring "I prithe, malapert, pas me yo- adjoining room, where the sheets
Owk. 1 got tem th rope over the Cer brick.' are cut and the bills are recounted
aisalas head an right and managed and inspected, so that the imperfect M hY Ibs II u
to get hia up to the snabbin poat, THE LARGESt HORN. ones may be thrown out. They are We a Ld... .
w me the horse are branded OGrad- then bound into packages of equal W ,ml aa.c l
urfl I worked up to t ~ ntamed an- t Will Carry a Child In Its Bell and amounts and taken to the drying therore. hf
al until I was within tea feet of It. Cut ues vault, where they lie upon the turbleu iUpcribo
With manaotion a quick a ghtning- When the ellnegrove Cornet band of shelves for several weeks until the amtino. r .
SIt sUmed to meth hbrs r d n cmesalts are mt likely
f O IIt aomd gto d-- barnr a lisedS eltnsgrove, Pa., paid over $200 for ink has become perfectly dry. to on w Y
uU O as ^hSLlbM \rg m^ /e a hrcome s perfectly dry. 1 S Yap a
toth iw t Whei n 1 I came to tie the largest bra5 born ln the country Every safeguard that ingenuity t a s y
horse was gonead I lneed medal rumor had it that they were not only can contrive is placed around these tenti, but your I.
attbenton. squandering their money, but trlyab- transactions, and the chief of di- dan mos t, a
"Oni one ioelo t was necessary to to cut short the career of one of their vision can tell which of his hun- j e i
/tak a ride of seventy-Ave mIe alae number. It stru mt people that dried or more subordinates have a. Thead s wh
cra th plan to Laed and I was calamity must rely happen to any touched the different bills in the yoor kid ae weak or at
mele th pass thaed a muslelan who would undertake to blow touched the different bills in the your karewea out d
cmpaed to pass the alght on theml e t b vaults. He knows who received ye 'can Ui owqubklyya
Rattleak creek, which was properly a horn large enough to carry a child body thea tod and s ow o u
s. oS. I cd to lp In its belL oN Tr o o m them, who printed the seal, who fWi to dots dr.
hd ku8ed ~e rttr" And when Harry Phillp a member without counting upon the dog an an wrapped and who cut them, for ev- If youa ae sickor haI "
4 herattlmof the band, requested that the Instrn important if not a vital factor, and no ery package is numbered and its taking the great kidAey re .
Bear A iral Chare Bpery, who explorer has ever returned from hi. history is recorded in an enormous Il'Sr' mt. trl
was placed ea te retrd a t recently, trip Into the regions of eternal ece book. ir ld Jt .i..t ect of
wil go down In naval record a an without paying a tribute to the value The combination of checks is so SwI p-a the great kidy sad
o-per wh wao wty always on ac- and devotion of the dog. It Is this complete that the chief of division lMadder sesdy, is o aia
tf daty. re beia his carer on the matter of food that makes the doIwoud know within twenty minutes the bcao I
Sto the one and only animal te polar ex- if a single bill was missing, but he
and eighteen plorer is able to use to advantage, has never had occasion to test this von eed a mallelu d
year after h i Had the borse been possible or the n d e thi case. It f d
tadatoa was re deer easily available the necessty knowledge except twice within fif- Schold hy li t.
back at the Na- of carrying food for them-coru. oats teen years. Only two attempts have Sfty-old bt dsMai
val academy a and fodder-would prove an Insupera- ever been made to steal the money lar sies. Yau my
the assistant ble diiculty. But the dog is carnlvo- I of the government while it is in have a mI ampe tth
cemma4jae t oa rous; he feeds on blubber, walrus this stage of its history. by mail frm also a
mids hipmen. skin, Ash. bear or mask ox-food that On one occasion many years ago *7** a-h -
Vice Admiral is to be found all along the Jouruey a pressman passing a pile of notes add.r1 tipMTe. th C
Uls of the Jap- to the pole-or he can feed on the upon the table of his neighbor slip- wa writl to Dr. l I &
as. navy was c rcass of his fellow. ped the top sheet under his blouse en hati.. Y. Do't-mke ay
a ed at An- His tractable character and the com- without ben observed and carried t m
mapoli at that "" A L bind strength of an obedient pack, to-. bd ad t let a Igse
time, ad on his sarT. gther with his auto'solution of the it with him into the lavatory, where o=m in a'ce ae t aSwamp R
meent vist to this country Admiral food problem, render him the obvious, he was successful in concealing it. se do ym e badiapoa
Usle turned to Admra9l arry i the simplest and practically only answer The theft was discovered within five
eomeB of am after dinner talk and toWd to the question of polar transports- minutes, and it was clearly appar-
,t)oe pIeseat bow much he owed to tion. ent that he alone could be guilty,
hib "llustrious preceptor."as he term- although the evidence was pure-
ed the American admiral. Admiral A Mystery of Nature That is a Puz- ly circumstantial. No one saw him
perry rejoined by saying he was able zle to the Scientists. take the money. Therefore he was
to say that Url kd been a model One ,f the greatest mysteries in not arrested and was never publicly
dt sI e s earl d that he d rrr m-ass oI n i aIICA. the world is the growth of crystals, charged with the crime. But he me
won fme so early In hib career. Urlu
s one grade higher ln rank than meant be assigned to bim fear was re- and one of the most delightful occu- was dismissed from the service, and
rry. r t placed by astonishment. Mr. Phillips p::tions of men of science is the he knew the reason why. The bills ,,,
lnae that time Admiral perry has at the time was just recovering from .earch for the crystallic forms that were never recovered. He prob- iB
blao reuroed to the academy In an a serious attack of typhoid fever, and It adorn the museums of geology and ably destroyed them, as they did \,***. ,
important adrnollstratlve eapaelty, and looked like a cas of suicide for a man mineralogy. There is something al- not appear in circulation.
Socer i the nay knows personal- o hi weakened condition to tackle a most startling in the suggestion of On another occasion eight or ten
y so many of t younger men. what e was doing, however, when he lifelike forces presented by the re,- years ago a colored messenger whose
Tom L. Johnson. who bs been Ie. allowed Mr. PhlHp to have his way, lar shapes of many crystals. business it was to haul the money
m.nated for mayor of Cleveland, for the latter hal gained considerable There is a remarkable resem- about on a cart slipped a loose sheet
ea Hlif as a newsboy and at one In lbesith since then, whieh he attrib- balance between crystalline growth into his pocket unobserved while
tip had accuomrlasd a fortune of utes to the lung exercise afforded by and the growth of animals and passing between the printing and
,PL 4.ft. r Mtll ppera on his daily practice on the big horn. plants. especially with reference to the counting rooms. Tlhi theft was
s tpfor qpme time he went to oiss- This heavy breathing, Mr. Phillla the lower of healing and repairing also unseen, but the responsibility EyI c tr l
vtm. where he became an errand boy asys. Is not drdgery either. Belng an in iries was fastened upon him. The pile B H itrs
at 2 a week. Later, when he was able performer, he enjoys the musl If some of the lowest and sim- of notes wa- ,complete when it left

a as picedll hp a o aod nt of that he forgets compthe great plest forms of animal life are torn the printer, for it was counted and
line at o$ a weer 4o. asunder they are not killed, but registered automatically in the in wonervo nst ad al
In three years he each separate part grows into a per- press. When it reached the count- weakI Ma y am the supreme
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O et tr a saI",a aI aMl" oft tto th Doeo no harr d Porto0" t
Sh t ety _at be Cro TO Pr abOich There ws l bk many brUatt soeal a bullet t ttles mile so In the sadn role d work that
t Taft. Tr D d by oat In h atter pa t of A l 1 a ar drt Po week. Bi ball the heavens that When those much critic ase of then
ma neieo'a iIi. m uttarl nl and banquets arw bee n caned, wch naked r e dme. though one American awe, t nd the crit
on e~l he e SIW lideatet l e e werwdea to me dragdo s to tp rilliat nor peep t toa e tle- enUrey Jtfed the anstitd pa
Stmb 0 *a. the photograph that showeavte t thee o -ekng oft as the barmy and ay *sc shortly. A tr It appears It they rhae tacorded be t t
thy '@ e *tertahed with true Cal. am aa the ci. The great that result l the discovery of an wf that monster of qmlnmaJf that Whag th ertai mc

( V ia j Mt and ~ fhoqmis, and the dlplon't= of f c countries. will ontlnue to grow In brilliancy and The ow-et tar baa risen with Ub-
H *^ they wore Mloat save for" the mule,] Miss Voeclla Befus ban been choselengNth until It Is the slse of bout usual rapwdity, but many of thowe who
ar wt f w a qe no Porto"M SCoiatbedao- o V auln mooTs and wR.l remain saw her dist c r y The BaSe"
T'./ heMIrS.& Tahe of tho repe poowe wre of too slne to Francisco bay. These dragnees anre to te l tter pat monte of qe 1 .
d as will hNe oe r eot o the Poity s h estivlo. re- dw re rlted the sae spac e that has been wandering about tress in the bow has made a decide
0 a m e.m and pae es sai w arsh ps eh ruer will be p sa medt men a m dat rind or the pas t sei ven v year, has rt et-ht we maput down as a et that

t,* b t h On Oct I t ts h o. vereiw's apSreclatio of their Don Gaspar de Portoa rL uhn toward earth with the sped soon to to i es w r
Sthe ct will be e by Pre. bs There will be m brilliant of a bllet t s still t l role do or t
e Taft Peidet Dis by mo In the latter part of April, 1906, San affairs during Portol week. Bi bills away and will not be visible to the ranks her among the real stars o the
f s bs ane, ma.fa tearing and banquets are being anned, which naked eye for some time although one American stag, ad the critics are
Sad lIofstr sections awee but me- will be gay with the brilliant wrmlay get a peep at It through the tel- entirely jted n te atnted pra
ories. They woere dsert save by a the oad ers of the army and navy o shortly. After t appears t the have corded h.
a tes d skulking ghouls : and the iplomet of foreign c tr. will continue to grow in brilliance and The neet star has rsen with n-
tthsey were silent ave for the i n eo Mss Vergilla Bogue has een chosen length until it Is the sie of about umual ridiy, but many of theoe who
rear at llng walls queen of the Portol. bShe the daugh- ninety tll moons and will remal sw her last seaso in "The Battle"
The thousand acres of the business ta of V Bogue chief engineer and ntil the latter part of May, I 10.
eenteh of the city had been scoarged vice president of the Western Paclc. Then our celestial guest will disap-
by SIr whfie the world asked on ad veoy prominent ine siety. She is pear from sight of man again, going
aat. Twenty-elgt thousand build- one of the most beautiful women In no one knows where. The astrono-
bp hd bes destroyed, and the los the state and will be attended by a mers say It will not return for another
reached the appllng total of $00,- evy of the beauties of California. seventy-tve years.
0 0 0A BHndreds of thousudrs were Particular Interest among scelnttle
o oaK s.a There were no churches. FOR FEMININE FLIERS men is attached to Halley's comet
ho les or otber pubwere nocu rhs SeF because it is the first one to reappear
schoos o-redicted. pr ior the time
4~t e1s of the courts had to be held in Cestume That Are New Designed Poer a predated. Prior to the time of
phvate reddsente, and ministers the Lady Ae anist. Halley, comets were supposed to be
embled their Bock in squares and ae only occasional visitors. But Hollr,
parks. The money, bonds 6and ye Vywd~. aloumer asrship awaits you." found that by calculating that the
ties of the inhabitants were In vaults t comet traveled In a closed curve it
id safes buried deep in the minee. as soon as I get my would return to the solar system at
There were o stocks of merchandise new aviation baton Intervals of about seventy-five year".
because there were no stores; there straight" After his observations of the comet
wne no stores because there were no No. gentle reader, in 182 be calculated that it wonul!
buildings. The work of years had been this is no joke. o return in 1758 or 175. He was rhiht.
swept away in a day, and thousands interested have the The comet was again seen l 1835 and
lost eerything except the clothes on fair sex become in has been absent since that date.
their backs. a r I a navigation When rst sgted the comet was very

l .edoled the work of rebliding the city the airship invent-
f thte crned ls i uroe.--At ha begun. With the Indomitable sprl t ore that it begns to
au es on the penitag day the h t- o their forefathers awn Franciscas T o a a look as if the pret ms b d1 emso Eae.
val millions Ot school children throuh- buckled down to their task. ManI- NA?. diction made t W predected just such a success for her
at the United States will salute hn cured aristocrat and horny handed son years ago that milady would do her as the hdis won. In consideration of
ranelsco. of toll sweated and strained at the shopping by airship in 1910 mIght her ackinowleded trIumph her naome
All the nations of the wod will take task of moving the debris. RaIlroad come true. At any rate, the big Lon- ha bercn eo blazoned on tr.h hlertric
pakt In the Portola festival. Engand. tracks were laid along the streets to 4em and Paris dressmakers seem to hsgn in trobt of the theater at which
Germany, France olland and Italy~ acilitate the work of clearing the thinLk so, for they have included in she I rlayig, and In other wayt the
will send wabips to partcipate in reins. The city's Inhabitatst swarmed their latest styles some new and strik- world h;sl been given notice that tSh
the celebration. Cruiser, will come like ante over the mountads of twist- nlg aviation costumes for the feminine Ferguson Is neen a star.
from Chins an Japan bearing pnces ed steel and demolished masonry. By fiers. No doubt there will be a de- iss Ferguon is a native New York-
of the royal blood with mang5S to day and by night the work went o0. mand for them, a number of women er. Her father died before she was
the people of ha Francmi o sad the Masons worked by electric light, and have sailed in aeroplanes recently. born, and she has had to depend I:;rge-
United States froe the sovereigns of even in the midnight the sounds of Whe, golng up in an airship the y on the advice a od gudpane of h:r
the orient A large leet of Anieul s clanging steel and the puleationm of greatest danger is of taking cold in elder brother av w she conducts her-
criseas, monttrs torpedo boats and the riveter resounded throughout the the throat or ears, and a hat has selt much ie a woman thorouuzly
torpedo boat destroyers will be gather- city. In forty months the city has r' just been placed on the market which able to take care of herselfl .ii.l ,ai.a-
btilt itself out of Itself. The building protects both organ* age her own affairs.
permits show that structures have Beides the aviation cotunme shown A coME? AooUGUT iB TEE CANHA. The plau in which the actress hams

e ." -, em erected coming more than $0,- in the Illustration, which was designed le anon suc marked success "uch
" 00m000o In exce of the total value of in London, one Is being shown by the and brilliant. inee then t ha s
the buildings destroyed in the great Paris dressmakers. It is rather ad- been smaller and less bright. In Cha. Little Queenn" Is a stirring rtmhae by
-- rit was only about hlu as large nid Channing Polock 8he takes the l,
-e. vanced, but then the woman who oes t was only about ha la a of the little queen of Herzegovi t a
In October the visitors to San Fran- a rglniJne is an advanced woman brilliant as n 1759. that gies her a spend opor
deco at the time of the Portola festl- The cotame consists of a waterproof Halley's comet Is so called not be- role tht gives her a splendid
val will be greeted by miles of streets hood, a heavy woolen sweater, can- cause Halley discovered it, for it bad aut o plct a delightful German
gorgeously decorated and glowing with vas kniekerbockers, army puttees and long been known, but because be was accent, no t a dialect, in h er part, ad
myriads of electric lights. He will stot shows. A pair of automobile the first to calculate its orbit and t many people ae wondered how
see the thoroughfares lined with hand- gauntlets and, i dred, goggles com- predict Its return. Valley was born in acquired i a
some buildings representing the height plete the rather bizarre costume. 1656 and was educated at St. o'tul's M th rmn" h
of architectural skill. Speedy electric During his stay n school and Queen's college, Oxford. le pin t. "nd I earne he la ge
wasa notable astrooer tr d lln". nd I moh r bl a te language
cars will whisk him about from place Europe Wilbur was a notable astronomer, trav wen I was very yn But my Ge
to place. He will be housed in the Wright took up atmuch on the continent and w uas a n h l io due, ad we
most modern hotels with every con- various times si. friend of 8ir Isaac Newton. In 17 I g i par I loyed te sume
venlence and luxury at his call. He women--hs sister. he wa made astronomer royal, and t I s g th langae ac
will be the guest at their revels of the Miss Katherine: besides predicting the return of the cordith it s up to date latem. The
comet in 1682, he recommended the use
e city's Inhabitants to whom the great Mrs. Leon Bollee on n Chig I pd close attention t
fire s fast becoming only a memory. irs. Lasar Weller the paranlla of the s o. e doedai Lena Ab;rhanell. whose Gertnan ac
Tm new hntels of ban ayunt PriraHnci^cq^o re onatess Lmr:. the parallax of the sun. lie died icutm
Tb. new hotels of San Franaq e Countess Lamtber: 174~ with a European reputation as an centi old nga
and Mrs. H Ir e astronomer. vice to young actresses I should ay,
O'Berg, wife of ht t N one of hIde uner the ll ,r 'Work hard and be observant.' "
business mann. seek a cyclone cellar ex cause Vwe :ra
f ean the ot !er side s r' For a clear head, a ttout heart and strong ,D
T, e wright p to have a visit from this coelllt. h iow- mind. Dwitt's Litth Early Risers, gentle.
The Wrigt ever. There Is not the slightest la;tn- .afe. aiy. pleasant. little pill.. DeWitt'.
ers coolfes ra;t: I ger of its colliding with the earth r (,i'arholized Witch Hazel Salve is unequaled
-.oud:y th.t t':. in any way disturbing us, as all, for anything where a salve is needed, and ia
s.ter it ws alm swre lially geou for ailes. Sold by Banner
sI~ter L'; ;ln, "are looked upon with .elentiflc curi,,s Irug store.
MIs V etILIA WoUo, Qlw m or T s :'u In Ity rather than fear. Not so with thet,
isA rFTIVA ye aeropiones as' -: - Scottish Marriage Custom.
Fo0u"0L F24MIIAtL6r aeropllneM a%- ;',, |comets of the past, however.
ed n the bay during the Sa's Portola esti do a b: n ,::. The appearance of the c.,met n i 14.; Many quaint marriage customs
val. Thosands of Uncle Sam'a infau tent to handh le :. spread terror all over Eurcpe. and i, still survive in some old English
try and cavalry will participate in the In fligh t alon. Iall the churches people airayed t, be and Sottih families. One notable
parades, and the coining of the foreia During he ren delivered from the Turks and the traditi
wahipswbrle deu-'rM:. delivered from the Turks and ills' tradition of this sort .i11 kept
warshlps will be alignallmd by roared remarkable demon- comet. Three years earlier 'olust:mn- green Iv tle Dukes of Atholl and
of welco frob tMh bj guns that stration of airship possibilities aOt tine, the last emperor of IByzanti:mn. their hiir ~;~S the London Lady's
guard the 01d'den its. Rhelms. France, the women spectator. had dihd the death of a hero vn the ,~ alm, ip I bt of the brIdegroor
The tlt of rea" inag Iath years a were even more enthusiastic than the Sandjakdar Yokushar, the Sultan .1,,- carr'in' the bride acro. tie thresh-
modem cqty of marble a grealte and men. Every indication points to a hammed had entered the city. and the ol rf Blair .a.tle. it .ing in a,
steel out of acres 4 d0 .lat-l,- smol- continuation of this enthusiasm among Church of St. Sphia had become n in a
dermng rul~ and twisted debris has the more daring of the sex. to the mosque. The crusades were over. and cord with an ancient tradition that
point of actual ownership and per- Christianity seemed fated to succumbI, it is unlrckv for a bride wh, enters
Swapt Noe U4*A tonal operation of fl'-ir~. ma:chino. to Islam. for nothing was able to st,lop the east. for the first time to wa!k
This te ribie misa it 5 hsm be-- the conquering Moslems. Then. In in the or] narv way. This is only

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It habeh it the guarantee of a
aste' orgaikn, the trobaestt
lad mot reptable ever formed in
orida, whos continued ee mand
pretige deped on pledgemilnied.
The reputation of Florida fruit
will be fully restored through the
exchange this man, and the label
will be the sign whereby people may
know when they get what they are
paying for.

Granite Shower Tuesday
The first social event of the season,
and one of the most enjoyable ever
given in our little city, was the re-
ception and granite shower held by
Mrs. Harry Wilson at her home Tues-
day afternoon in honpr of Miss Kate
Stewart, whose approaching mar-
riage to Mr. Geo. Brockett was an-
nounced in last week's papers.
At the appointed hour the guests
began to arrive and were first greet-
ed at the entrance by a handsomely
decorated punch bowl containing the
most refreshing, ice cold punch, dis-
pensd by the fair hand of Mrs. S.
E. Rice. Inside the hosts was ably
assisted in receiving by her sister,
Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of Fort Pierce,
Iand the guest of honor, Miss Kate
Stewart. The guests continued to
arrive until the rooms, daintily de-
corated with fresh cut flowers, were
filled almost to their utmost capac-

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Numbarsdth e who ary "stung"
ad "rnveq gain" e pledged to
the ranks of the emhege next year.

The second credit mark for the ex-
ane'a the metal ledgers at the
citrus towers b the fat that those
who did not l early can get from
15 to 80 at more per box for their
ps than did their neighbors, and
they adut that the coming of the
eetwangedid the magic trick. It
would be strange, indeed, if they
were not grateful.

Reports to the Florida Citrus Ex-
change from the Brevard county
locals are of a most encouraging na-
tre and the outlook is far brighter
than the most sanguine expectations
anticipated. The sentiment favoring
the change idea has grown steadi-
ly day by day until even the commis-
on house representatives and fruit
buyers have grown very respectful
in their reference to its progress.

The growers who contracted fruit
at 50 cents for oranges are not so
complaisant. Already they have sen
pries bid up to 75 and 80 cents on
the tree ad can easily figure their
lost profits. Consignment and joint-
account arrangements have been far
le in comparison with former years,
and the growers still owning fruit,
who have not joined one of the many
local exchanges now give this ultima-
tum: "Our price or into the ex-
change we go."

Separate Schools for the Races
At the meeting of the Brevard
county school board last month a
petition was presented signed by
numerous citizens of Eau Gallie stat-
ing that they "are willing, for the
present, for the Japanese to attend
the public schools.
The intention of the petition is to
nation the admission, for the pres-
ent, of Japanese children of the col-
ony there to the white school.
The board yielded to the wish when
if their own feelings had been con-
iddered they probably would have
voted to table the petition.
However they wisely went on re-
cord as being unalterably opposed to
mixed schools, with the distinct un-
derstanding that as soon as ten Jap-
anese pupils are enrolled a separate
school will be provided for them.
Knowing the sentiments of their
constituents generally upon this sub-
ject, we do not see how the board
could have granted more than they
did under the circumstances.
It is well known that this same
question has aroused national discus-
sion and provoked race feeling in
California to a vexed state. There
the ideas of the Mongolian races are
very foreign to us Americans and
are inimical to our moral welfare.
American sentiment will not permit
the mixing of races where contempt-
uous ideas as to womanhood are en-
tertained or where herculean efforts
for supremacy are bound to spring
up and attempt to jeopardize our
American principles.

Weher Report
By Rev. J. H. White, observer for
United Strat Weate Burea, at

umanry for Sept. 199. High-
eat temperature on the 10th 91.0;
lest temperature on the 5th 66.0;
mean for the month 75.4; rainfall in
indhe prevailing wind direction
N. E.; number of lear day 21; num-
ber of fair day 5; number of cloudy
day*4; number of days with rain 8;
number of day with thunder 1.

County Treasurers Statement
Oct. 1st, 1909.
Balnee cash on band Sept.
1st, 1909 ..---..----- 5,011.62
Amount received in Sept. 1909 706.98

Les warrants paid in Sept.
1909, and warrants deliver-
ed to county commisaion-
era and board of public in-
struction --------
Balance cash on hand Oct. 1,
1909---- ---------------
This amount is held as fol-
Deposited in Brevard Co.
State bank, as per cash-
iers' certificate attached
to monthly report less
checks not in.----------
The balances belonging to e
are as follows:
Coun revenue-General
County road and bridge fund
Building fund...---
Fine and forfeiture fund -
Special road fund Dis. No. 1
S" 2
44 44 4 4 4 3
4l 4 '6 4 4 '6 4
64 44 46 44 6 4 5
Count convict special road
Game warden fund----------
Pi rtyof deceased persons
County school fund ...- -



each fund


Total 4,197.73
County Treasurer.
*1"e warned 1s*l.
The reader of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there isat let one dread hl
disease that science ha been able to cure in
all its suts, sad that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrhn Cre s the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity. Catarr heing a
oonmtitutional disease requires a oustitu-
tional treatment. Hall's Catrrh Cure
taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of the di.
e, and giving the patient strength in
building up the constitution and listing
nature in doing its work. The proprietor
have so much faith in its curative power.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
ase that it fails to cure. Send for list of te-
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggits, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.

Procld ~tion By the Mayor
In accordance with the ordinances of
the City of Titusville, I, B. R. Wilson,
Mayor, issue this, my proclamation,
calling an annual election, to be held on
the fourth Monday in October, A. D.,
1909, (it being the twenty-fifth day of
October) for the purposeof electing one
Mayor, three Aldermen, one Clerk and
Treasurer, one Marshal and Collector,
and one Assessor of Taxes for the en-
suing year; and I hereby appoint S. E.
Rice, S. J. Norton and L. W. Haile in-
spectors and J. P. Wilson clerk of
said election. B. R. WILSON, Mayor.
Whereas, in the above proclamation
the call is made for three aldermen
while section 21 of the new charter of the
city of Titusville says that in 1909 only
two councilmen shall be elected.
Therefore, under said charter there
can only be two elected. The three
nominees will have their names on the
ballots but the electors can only vote
for two. The two receiving the largest
vote will be elected. Voters will be
careful and put the cross before two of
the names only.
Children Cry

to learn a tirat clsia trade that pay; a go,.<
salary every month in the year. There will
he a greater deluumd for Telegraph o perators
this Fall and Winter than there has been for
many years past. The prominent railroad of
the South and other parts of the United States
are writing us to quality as wany young men
of good character for their service as we poe-
ibly can. We trust that the reliable, anmbit.
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The game of hearts was played for
awhile, and in this instance, also, the
bride-to-be was the lucky winner,
owing perhaps, to her recent good
practice, taking the first prize, a
daintily decorated, heart shaped
china dish; she received, as guest of
honor, another prize, a heart shaped
match case prettily decorated with
an array of wish bones, expressing
many hearty good wishes.
Mrs. Geo. W.'Scobie, Sr., also re-
ceived a prize in the heart game.
After the game delicious refresh-
ments, consistingof ice cream em-
bellthed with the most tempting red
cherries, several kinds of elegant
cake, and the ever present, refresh-
ing punch, were served.
In serving refreshments Mrs. Wil-
son was assisted by her sister, Mrs.
A. K. Wilson, and friends, Mrs. W.
H. Hall and Mrs. S. E. Rice.
Then came the granite shower
which created much pleasure and
amusement. Mrs. A. K. Wilson
read out the many and various verses
and rhymes accompanying the gifts,
which afforded no end of fun and
After this the guests departed with
many expressions of appreciation of
the delightful affair and hearty good
wishes for the bride-to-be.


A Woman Finds All Her Energy and
Ambition Slipping Away

Titusville women know how the
aches and pains that come when the
kidneys fail make life a burden.
Backache, hip pains, headaches, diz-
z\ .-jplls, distressing urii.ary trou-
b;es, all tell of sick kidneys and
warn you of the stealthy approach of
diabetes, dropsy and Bright's dis-
ease. Doan's Kidney Pills perman-
ently cure all these disorders. Here's
proof of it in a Titusville woman's
Mrs. E. L. Price, Lemon St., Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "I am feeling a
great leal better since using Doan's
Kidney Pills and am pleased to re-
commend them. I was a great suf-
ferer from backaches and dizzy spells
and mornings upon first arising, had
but little strength or energy. I at
length saw Doan's Kidney Pills ad-
vertised, procured a box and began
their use in accordance with the dir-
ections. They banished all back-
aches and pains and I was free from

We believe that a separate school
should be provided for each and
every race.
Value of the Label

One of the greatest assets of the
Florida citrus fruit grower will be
the label on all boxes packed by ex-
change packeries. It means the
standard of excellence for the Flor-
ida-grown product, and the day is
not many weeks off when the "de-
mand" for Florida oranges and
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they have not bm able to rm It.
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everyone is esbset to tBa
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leadl fMg The New 'l paur-
dtMr sted that he expected to
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Yibilty. 'he DBrmlngham purehba-
W is in eomapedtin with two car
rie it fornla Valenas that went
in the eme day at about $.75 de-
liveed. The shipper af this ear of
een fruit Is a menace to the in-
drtry. His handling of the tramns
aetihabows that e is not in touch
with these condition and is playing a
game of "blind man's buff." Why
did e not know that the market was
locked with ripe California selling
at .80 New Orleans auction? And
why could e not have sold Binning-
ham at $e.5, which was about their
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grade Valenca, which ae ripe and
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and that the trade will not buy Flor-
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every grower, whether affliated with
the exchange or not, to use his moral
Innence in restraining the shipment
of green fruit. If your neighbor
wAl sell, let him insist and make it a
part of the contract that the fruit
dball remain on the trees until it is
at least well colored.

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War With Spain.
A story told of General Joseph
Wheeler by one who is described in
the New York Times as having seen
the incident illustrates again t !i
old saying that the great men aPre
the simplest and the kindliest.
"It was at Montauk during the
war with Spain," he began. "W; h
several other officers I was in Gkn-
eral Wheeler's tent, and we were
busy with details of supplying the
"Outside there was a group of ci-
vilians. They were waiting to get
passes to see friends in the hospital.
Most of them carried baskets filled
with dainties which had to be in-
spected so that the soldiers would
not be killed with kindness.
"Among the civilians there was
one who was burdened by nothing
heavier than his stolid sadness.
They had all crowded close in their
eagerness to et the passes, when
one of the officers of the medical
corps ordered the sergeant to shove
them back and with unnecessary
gruffness told them to go about their
business, as General Wheeler was
too busy to see them for some
"The big man-he looked to be a
German, and he was one-was in-
stant in obedience, but the others
were moving back slowly when

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"Her are a let of people.' the
officer rlied, 'who want hospital
pass. ne of us has had any-
thing to eat since breakfast, sad so
I told them t hgo away.'
"'As I have had no luncheon in
three days,' Wheeler replied. 1
think you might miss lunch just
ace,' and then he turned to the
"The big German drew himself
into as soldierly a position as his
and robust would permit.
e saluted a they do in Europe.
palm forward. General Wheeler ad-
vanced, answered the salute and
asked what he could do for him.
know by telegraph mine boy
is dead,' said the German. 'My fraud
is too much mid sorrow to come.
and, respectfully, general, I want
his body to bury in the Lutheran
cemetery. You will that permit?
"General Wheeler extended both
hands to his visitor and said: 'Mv

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boy died for his flag?'
"'Yes, and God bless you, gen-
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want you to see that this gentleman
is given the body of his son and
that it is escorted to the train with
a guard of honor.'"
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Sad t thte p!ertency which M one
e the cie traits of the Yankee
eha tar.. 'e ancestors of the
famruer who own those little spots
4 of und preferred to live in Mas-
aemtt1 rath than in Connecti-
eat ad fo ht for their preference
unt they had their way.
Th.lantrovery began in. 1713
and continued for 11 years before
t was finally decided. In .1734 the
uwas appealed to England,
but the government was so much
eagrosed in the Seven Years' war
that it was never brought to the at-
tentim of the crown. -Up to the
outbaek of the Revolution both
state continued to levy taxes and
sad notices o fast days and elec-
tion t tthe farmer who occupied
the land, and there is no record of
ow they avoided one or whether
thdy paid both. Later, however,
they voted and paid taxes in Massa-
chntist only, notwithstanding the
~test of the county authorities in
Ome ticutL In 1793, after peace
was stored, both states appointed
commisioners, but the dispute was
rrred on until 1804, when a com-
promise was reached. There were
vervel similar disputes between the
two sates besides those which now
wea'r upon the map, and an agree-
ment was reached by which Massa-
chusetts consented to surrender her
claim to a trip of territory in
Woodstock and Suffield townships,
provided Connecticut would yield
ohr claims to the other tracts in
dispute. No action, however, was
taken upon the report.
In 1810 the controversy was re-
vived by some legal proceeding, and
another commission was appointed,
but if it ever reached a conclusion
there is no record to be found. In
1890 a third commission was in-
trusted with the settlement, and
after two years they decided upon
the present boundary line, which
was adopted by the legislature of
both states.-Exchange.
ature and.Art.
Uncle Ephraim Raylfense-Why,
that's a perfect picture of my old
hoes! Wht'll you sell it fur, mis-
* Artit (who has been sketching
in the neighborhood)-Well, when
that painting is finished it will be
worth $100 anyhow.
Uncle Ephripm-Ain't there go-
in' to be nothing' else in it ?
Artist No, nothing but the
Uncle Ephriam-Well, you can't
sell it anywhere's around here fur
no $100. Everybody knows I've of-
fered the hoss himself time an'
ag'in fur $15 an' take it out in
truck.-Chicago Tribune.
Redeeming Time.
Dean Swift, when he claimed the
degree of A. B., was i)n deficient as
to obtain it only by, "special favor."
a term used to denote lack of merit.
Of this disgrace he was so ashamed
that he resolved to study eight
hours a day, and he continued this
industry for seven years, with what
improvement is sufficiently known.
This part of his history deserves to
be remembered. It may, says a
commenter, afford useful admoni-

tion to young men who, having lost
one part of life in idleness and
pleasure, are tempted to throw away
the remainder of it.
Pure Milk.
"Have you thrown the cow into
the antiseptic tank ?"
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Ip OF madaew at inl a-ieppel to human experience God. We .prodWucem, M .,.,
i isn.^ t thlispowerof-tise-at-ir- oa o trialhe d a cod b d his ot If we produced w power of m
Si. t isa ut othaesa st epplso on fo p dod ata ea tried in c stie vswhole eerth ad of
-i" h s tti we e b- t wtem ert that inm it .
SIeyers tat we are -s The i.tif was e r ara il Thu w Arabs., thes i
Ste yr to cp rve the i o o fo, te de Ian It has been om
e. in e toh etnal ajt s t th e had been set bon i, itw allgd, the locut ane y i March many r
r b s too sall a P rfro m a lcomotive. tha-reenut ed a y a o the 4t a on

eheir dksed-boIk_ i- them dit__e tion Four minutes, he contended, iApril, nd by Agust at
eC y rea Wt a goo Con-de for the rad bsed hi other c tum 1 power of m

spae. ut ties poer the plaintie argued in this wise: y or bluebottle produces liria
thi poer is therlim- defe on the ground that, sine plicati vastly eceeds that of
hi For distanes et edy ma a yung anitnwas n by employ a on trah te bos insect plague.
h drea o ars it h the ilsthe trin andh tme travn wls in tex The com lonf thse oy ise fe-
t, te .. .he e om e station ummer our minutes the fire stance in point It has been com-
the distance to e tvaluaed bh mu et therefore have been et be- putted that one fy in March is rep.
n dis tan b to be e o hat for the engpie pulled into the a- resented by 300 on the 24th of
homes too sa struen ae tion. Four minutes he contended April, and by Augst that number
betePn th eve i y h it we rti conrti ted a period not long has been squared twice, making the
Sbesiveen the eyes is, a t wer, ai enough for a fire to start andget total progeny amount to the appal-
cl increased. With a o in- under way. ng numberof 8,100,000,000.
ser"mn osf thi o l itanei.sF Oi on the other hand, counsel for The house fly lay egg, s the fresh
several may e e evaluated. Fo m to th platifaegued ia t inin wise: fly or bluebottle po ouce. uving
S t for the dinancd te earest oIf a young man hitting on a sofa larvae. Supposing a female to pro-
aginesea eye replaced by a photnith his best girl, is holding her duce fifty young, a very small esti-
qute sfficient for one of the dheav- lhd the time traTels like an ex- mate, and half of these oto be e-
enl bodies-viz, for the moon. press tra. But if you dump a lot males, a single season woula d see one
At one and the same moment let f seats on T he pine roof of a dry bluebottle turn into 508,000,000 or
d ashotogaph of the mokn and the builoedg hi summer tour minutes flesh devouring insects.
u n tog a the. an ^o th ^ ths ample to settle the fate of the What a merciful thing it is that
Sr srar en t~ structuree despite all efforts to save e have so many allies mi the shape

S e a p observac nskil attory ney shifted his feet few times ever,, o than that of the ter-
Sseveal observatory a titt- n t d .. of birds and wasps and flying eating
Placing the two photographs side by There were some increduous insects, who combine to keep down
side t stereoscp e, we shall miles at this. The attorney took our enemy, the flys

ort ronome ope eeddin over- d m half of c .
Smlein sothe temoon "henng in out his watch and, handing it to Nearlya ll insects increase rapid
paie and may evaluate its dis- the foreman oftet the jury requested ly. The queen bee will lay eggs at
e know its dstan to wthi him to announce the termination the rate of 300 an hour, but even
But for the un ad thte nearest o a perie of four minutes. she cannot compete with the ter-
nets, our net neighbor in the The jurymen leaned over and mite, the so called white ant. The
aunverse ofr a thet lnets ty a well looked at the watch Then they queen termite has b Ien known to

-non -rel es b t plaintiff was sacrificing, four in- for, although the females can and do
ulnt reo e ncea. n got tired and settled back in their lay 8eg,000 egts a dav and to keep

But now for the fixed st., they were well veted crease s by a sort of budding proc-
The reason is tuht anv available seats. The foreman of the jury up an avrae of 80g000 a day for
distance on the earth, taken as eve lowered his hand as the signal of the whole of the laying season,
distance, is rather small for the the beginina of the four minutes which lasts about a month.
purpose. However, owins to in- andthen rested it on his knee. The The life of the queen bee is, how
credible perseverance and skill of attorney shifted hisafeetha tew times ever, longer than that of the ter-
several observers and bv subatitut- ad set down. The judge looked at mite. She lives and goes on laying
ing the most refine, measurement the clock awhile and then gazed for four or five summers and in her
nfor stereoscopic e minationt It abstractedly out of the window. A lifetime lays at least a million and
tronomers have succeeded in over- deputy marshal looked in at the a half of c .es.
coming the difficulty for the sun. I door to see what. wa the matter All who have gardens know what
think we ma y distance at present and patiently awaitedthe result of a, pest the green fly, or aphis, be-
aps taken at periods six months the curious scene. Nearly every comes. It seems to cover rose trees
thousandth part of its amount. man in the courtroom had a watch like magic.
t ane betwn whi t in is alreadbet hie hand, carefully studying the The aphis is, in one way, the most
that of all the planets by a well face of it. The counsel for the startling of all forms of insect life,
known relation existing between the plaintiff was sacrificing four m- for, although the females can and do
planetary distances. utes of his time. But he felt that lay eggs, its usual method of in-
But now for the fixed stars, they were well invested crease is by a sort of budding proc-
which must be hundreds of thou- At last the foreman of the jury ess, the voung growing on the
sands of times farther removed than announced the termination of the bodies of the parents exactly a
the sun. There evidently can be no test. To every person in the room brussels sprouts grow out of the
question of an sufficient eve dis- the four minutes had seemed at stalk of the plant.
tance on our earth. Meanwhile our last twice as long. The judge Th, o old produce young at the
success with the sun has provided himself afterward said that it seem- rate of twe:titY-!, N a day. and as the
us with a new one distance, 24,000 ed something like fifteen. The or- yo"r" :ar rt Po u innIdre op-h ean
times greater than any possible evt deal had the effect upon the jury pr" \ o
distance on the earth for now that that the attorney had calculated. o 'o ,
we know the distance at which the It waa an object lesson, a striking I .: 'i"
earth travels in.its orbit around the exemplification of what might hap- this a!!a!l' i.; '!,.ln ot *Q -
sun we can take the diameter of its pen in four minutes. que- or : s
orbit as our eye distance. Photo- Accordingly the jury found that that the :. m. !i in. i.' ct :,n.l
graphs taken at periods six months the defendant's engine had sufti- mh'l1' w\il-i't i:!tVrer<.:r '. tilte
apart will represent the stellar cient time in which to fire the t.;.-' z;; '. r.a.t i :; ".'!:I;l iac a
world as seen from points the dis building and that the fire had am- nuin! r ; i. *.> t(| p;,otI hera. P"t
tance between which is already bct pie time in which to get under way dow!I Es"i expressed in the time it would take and create a blaze which the men tv-e.-'t n;:. . :i.l < .
light to traverse it. The time would on the train could see. A verdict wi':i .. .
be alout sixteen minutes. for damages was brought in to the lhi f-h *' TI. r
However, even this di-stane. iwe amount of some $15,000. New er-. Tit ;a\. *e 1. 9 -
mense as it is, is, on the whole, in- York Tribune. in ma 1 Kit 2 >e..'.' ;
adequate for obtaining a stereo- - --- .;
scopic view of the stars. It is only "I have m, r to as. 1 >.'*> .** A I 1
in quite exceptional cases that plto- your daughter's hand," said the evf -.
tographs on a largc scale-that is. y manbodl. ^ '. A
obtained bv the aid of big tele- y uppga o I f i ut !;i ': .;--
scopes-show any stereoscopic ef- ,8^ 1^^^ qutf .hll n*

feet for fixed stars. By accurate "' n ,. .. .
"Then, sir," answered the appli- du, .,1.t ,',; m von: a, at t;.w..
measurement of the photos we may, s, ansered the app- d- I'r on-: at a tim'.
perhaps get somewhat beyond what cant, we will abide by your detc- 1 1' -. ie reore. that tl,.
perhaps get somewhat beyond what sion ... ,o *
we can attain by simple stereoscopic At thi the old ent man sta r cone t o" f ta
inspection; but, as we said a mo- violvtlthiv. detn . hontlem s d Is ae or
ment ago, astronomers have not suc- ., nll ,n t. p, h den hen. whose eggs are those we
needed in this way in determining ..You wil l not lope ". e asked. mot teem, is left hopeless. 1
e disnce of o thi a n nin No. sir: we will not. We know of nature's egg laying race.-alti
dred stars in all.- ientitica too well what is d(Ie to us in al af- more Sun.
dried stars in all-Sientfic Ame fair of tlii description. ( 1stoim
ca. puts certain obligatljilO- uIpn vyo He Almost Remembered It
How He Acquired Trouble. in the way of proidin a proper Donald had returned from a vi-it
"Education." said the man who wedding, and if you ti nk you can to the country and was full of r.nm-
had been sued for breach of prom- escap by giving an imitation f ini-tenies of per.ons and things
had been sued for breach of p the obstin:te father ;i.t you arc that ihad interested him. "'I iit a
ise, "is the root of all evil." i bo namma" he said, had
How so" asked the man who aken. boy. mamma," he said, tit had
"Hnot been" sued athe man who "seq Foiled.' sighed th 111 ,hil ;a a- the queerest name I e\er heard. Ile
had not been sued and consequent- he tlou,,ht of the ,.-t of th'. wed- said hsl folks found it in the Old
premisesou din. "Take her. ny '\, alnd be Testament. It was-it was-let me
premises. happy" see-yes, it was Father William or
"If I hadn't been able to write,"William Father. I've forgotten just
answered the defendant, "what evi- The Prince of Grumbler. now which. But it was one or the
dence do you suppose they would When Mr. Beeton asked if be did other."
have against me?' Still. he con- not find many unreasonanle peor!e "But, Donald," said his mother,
ceded after some argument that the among his summer 1,oarder, Far',,- "there is no such name as Father
man who can. write and won't has er Joy quickly assented. William or William Father in the
some advantages over the man who "Lots an' lots are never satisfied nii n' -.-- ,

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am- athofe ir.m t i atsu
ad her uelaetaat hLband to r at home and ep her receive te
fifty guests who were asked to pare
tiilpate'hi th6 intA wtual tm ,
The fint author was dull eum
but the icom wnd w on s. "aL
oaer, t '-e rowm were i kmtoI"
Wamr. So, on preteumm of let.
in some mol air. the afortua*t
bhot escaped to the hall, whore be
found a servant comfortably ilIeep
oa the stte.
"Wake up!" sternly co andd
the Philadelphian in the man's ear.
"Wake up, I ay! You must have
been listening at the keyhole!'-
Harper's Mgie.

A Deaquet
iprmdd beftom you wuld titso you no sie if
You couldn't imt. Wlr-t -ed eals 6in (do a
-bild whest a&4 w n as it enserb it'- 4omis iA
; @eatei ,byworm,-. rnmv tho. rsn-semo yew
"Kby is ahliux. crass. pearty'e1 and this.
'live it Whit.'z, C'reiuas V.wn uai~ r. It will
ipsl the wairum, and' -st ;ta 4 14ic am t hg Lb
child. Sold by all druggit.

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"I keep Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
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would not think of taking a
journey without them. no m at-
ter how short a distance I am
going. I have a i.ster that ha.
had terrible headache for years.
and I coaxed her to try them
and they, helped her so much,
she now keeps them by her all
the time. From my own exper-
ience I cannot praise them
63 High st., Penacook, N. H.
Many perons have headache
after any little excitement or ex-
ertion. l'hey cannot attend
church, lectures, entertainments,
or ride on trains without suffer-
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gist. ''ake it accordlingi to, strec
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he will return your money.

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dies in excruciating pain."-New once or even after thecouh bas appeared, it
Swill prevent the attack. Contains no poson.
York Press. Sold y all dealer.
Newitt-Yes. he's getting out a Hew Bock Beer Got Its Name.
book of his poems. Calls the thing Maximilian of Bavaria. the first
"Autumn Leves," 1 believe. elector, consulted aa English physi-
Or etick-You don't say! cian regarding his consort's sick-
Newitt-Yes; rather common- ness, who prescribed for her some
place. don't you think? "Buckingham double (strong) beer."
Crittick--Ye, and very inappro- After importing some several times
pritte. Autumn leaves are fre- at great expense Maximilian decid-
quentiv red!-Philadelphia Press. ed to send his court brewer to
inter y Buckingham to become familiar
A famous animal painter sy with the production and manipula-
that when e was a y he one tion of said unexcelled brew. Upon
wiieml a figt between two doa the brewer's return to Munich the
me of whichboupv, to a Iris-
e o w shich retad ptor INrsgh. Buckingham beer (then abbreviated
man who wasa retired p bert i name to Buck, later Bock, beer)
T Ihman dog was bdly bet- ^was henceforth brewed there and
mI sai the fact was a souce of was for the first time served at the
derp cbhAg to the owner. He w electoral family's table on Maximil-
very jealous of d' e td, bu iat n's day, Oct. 12, 16.23. At first
.. i..a a.. .ka nitr hhad won '- : .

B The Gder was the how of ltt" r a uatls l ed the

4i am 3 m he that he re-inmd aloof
S? (B B the resta of the .MM and
J t hd ms t of hir me is. 0 a.
i Wh oepeiaap lly -he *t a tazs
S% o twe I whbe ad be to=

"yf ally aekowwledgod hbi grudnng am-
9 eta IVa*tahe wiytm0-h1 f w et g
&ejs^^?^WWt nnluabtb Te ristue~lSpwiiftd
with thoq hts and soie s of dollars
s hbe passed.
OneM day a young man wa& takinAv
a constitutional whmse route led
3_th r .3a lPet the window of a room wherein
ett ier e metd, a odinr flzThere was the
s mve e. r th tret man, jut a bust view visible.
sl into onf oflthe of al- big cir in his mouth and hat
40 1M .the fthes a Wht nmusl cooked on one side of his head. bit
14b will be wd4 adndcarem
nl bl tike that and cae eye directed down, apparently in
tO o that fther and the deepest thought
tether donot weigh more The young man, greatly im-
S pound. en the bag of ressed, said to himself: "Ah. there
thS i pt into te other t he sits, probably planning .oe
of the bamce the beam wil -,' great coup. Probably at this nmo-
a few ocilltiomn, come to rest ex meant be is debating a joining o
acy level. railroad interests or a move that
So far the verdict "both alike" will make or unmake thousands.
ses to be trod. But place the What a wonderful thing is the pow-
balnce oR the receiver of an air er of money!"
pump, with lead and others un- Then he continued hi stroll.
disrbe. Cover the whole with Back and forth he strode, and about
the glass bell jar and exhaust the the fourth round trip e noticed
air. Slowly the feathers sink, had that the hat had been tilted for-
the lead kicks the beam. The ward, not so much so that the young
nd of fleathers is healer tha man could not see an anxious and
a found of lead. strained look on the wealthy man's
The truth is that what we call a a y
pound was not such in fact, for the "T merger must be presenting
moip r bo p vrtintoit some complex features," mused the
within it in portion t he an. "The blem isn't
at the object, ad the feathers, be- out well. Th business of
%il of greater bulk than the lead, in a great man in the market
S oted by the air to a con- h t. dr b too.."
rab greater extent than the Two or three times more the
lead. Remove from this support- yong mn w Lked by. Finally he
ing medium, their true weight is t g t be would walk over closer
naode evident. to the window. He wanted to see
Charles bade propounded the great man earer. The glimp
qslr question in one of his nov- w hi s nd
els. A wish trader is made to ask, t ns intent look
"Which is the heavier, a pound of om f o W
feathers or a pound of gold?" Aftq 'Pe man was playing soli-
awhile he explains to the sti jsfa- i.- et ma paygsoi-
tion of his audience of Minr thatY
the t s arWe the heavier i. wbee tFree tae seI
(blt he explains, is weighed by "Your .ou bas maoumpton. His aase is
tr weight, while feathers are bp & T aWpat e M ls* word we~ wa-k.
a0n t B df m ea h. leading meoroachnt .
weihed by avoirdupois, and as the av ri lo ldg N. br two exrt dpoeors-
tweve ounces in a pound tro con- ae a in sspeciallCt. Then was shown the
Wtain _o 5,760 , the wonderpl. power of Dr. -hts New Dbmr-
vo~ s pound contain nearly Bleveak "be rwasa well s ever. I would
7,4 grains, the pound of feathers n~a w all the them in te world for what
Heavier itdid for= mho.;" lfalllbli forcougehsand
is, of coarse, 1,40 grans hevir ds it st suest cre of desperate
than the pound of gold. New in diseases o earth.S cl ad $1.00. AOur-
Yr Trbueante ntisbo. Trial bottle free. Banner
York Tribune. Dre Store.

Veewtable tenes. The Peer Mether-in-law.
"These are vegetable stones," A Turkish paper tells this story:
said a geologist. "Stones, that is, "Ibrahim Effendi, to whom things
that grow in vegetables. happened, did you perchance hear
&"Here is a tabasheer. It is found of the things? The effendi was
in the joints of certain kinds bf crossing a river, bearing with him
bamboo. It is always round and his mother-in-law and a bag of gold,
brown, like this. Here is the cocoa- his savings. .Then rose the flood,
nut stone. You find it in the en- which wrecked the vessel, and Ibra-
dosperm of the Javanc e cocoanut. him knew not at first which to save,
Round or pear shaped, it has always the gold or his relative. Then, havy-
this milk white luster, like a pearl. ing taken counsel with himself,
The smaller stone, with its pearly thought Ibrahim and spake: 'My
luster a little tarnished, is found in gold will I save, for where can I
the pomegranate. It is pure.carbo- get more gold? But Allah to me
nate of lime. These stones are will give all the mothers-in-law
rema fteam .il*ioios and iearse- that .eed and perhaps more.'
ous juices circulating in the plant Then, having thus said, he thus did,
orgaiism. They are the result of a and all the Turks said that he was
diseased condition. Man himself, wise."
you know, occasionally puts forth
Atony gowths, and they must be re- Haueness in a child wileet to croup is a
Sh su m rer indiation of the approach of the disease.
moved or the human stone grower IfChamberlain's (Clh Remedy is given at

His Great Weight.
Nothing expresses better the im-
portance of a person-in his own or
in the world's eyes-than to state it
in terms of his relations with the
physical world.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, it will be
recalled, remarked that the axis of
the earth sticks out in every man's
back yard. A bonmot of not dis-
similar kind is recorded of Wash-
ington Irving.
The conversation was turned on
the pomposity of a certain Ameri-
can diplomatist.
"Ah, he is a great man," said
Irving, "and in his own estimation
a very great man-a man of great
weight. When he woem to the west


fntr t.he powr _tiL Thtek
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bde Uldt I, f h wise tihs e
wa fe"Lkb turgh to WteW
had en the wirea T

-nt were neotced two oxen
and lauy isein ible. .
wfter a*hort while ot up
ed about in a dau manner,
ig 96po s66 etC.9, in ib
a i. AR a nest
u L.Te mttie! ese do2 was
aptared br oens of two othie dle-
phanta.- au a.

A Philadelphia boy and his Aunt
Adelaide, who were visiting rela-
tives at a country home. were one
day crossing a pasture together.
When they were halfway across
Aunt Adelaide noticed two oxen
and sed sedoubtfully.
I m not sure that it's prudent to
go past thboe oxen, Barry," she said,
whereupon Barry tightened his hold
on his aunt's hand encouragingly.
"Don't be afraid of the oxen,
auntie," said he. "They won't hurt
us. The first time I came down here
I was afraid of them. 1 didn't dare
to go back of them, and I didn't dare
go in front of them. But I thought
of a way at last- simply crawled
under them."-Harper's Weekly.
Mot women ar trebled with kidney ceo-
plaint. and you know very mny serio and
even #tal dieswn ret froma thee t es etsd
kidney trm e. If you will take Dewitts
Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you
ahe nod ft ofpod remlb Try them
a see how rmully od they ae. Dewareof
imitations pills that are intended to deceive
you. Sold by anuer Dru Seore.

At the Alter.
"Will you have this woman to be
your lawful wedded wife?"
"That's what 1 'lowed I would."
"Will you love, honor and obey
"Ain't you got that switched
around, parson?" said the bride-
"John," said the bride elect,
"don't you reckon the parson knows
his business? Answer the ques-
tion "
"Yes, sir," said the bridegroom
meekly; "I reckon I'll have to."-
Atlanta Conastutitto

Up Before the ar
N. HH.Brown, an attorney, of Pittsfleld, Vt.,
writes "We have used Dr. King's New 14fe
Pills for years and fuid them such a good
family medicine we wouldn't e without
them." For chill, costptiion. biiouso-A
sick headache they work wonders, 2c. Ban-
ner Drug Store.
From the dark kitchen there em-
anated a series of thumps and angry
exclamations. Jones was looking
for the cat.
"Pa!" called the son from the
"Go to bed and let me alone!"
blurted Jones. "I've just barked
my shins."
"Pa!" insisted Tommy after a
moment's silence.
"Well, what is it? Didn't I tell
you to keep quiet ?"
"I--I didn't hear your shins
And the next moment Tommy
was being pursued by an angry sire
with a hard hairbrush. Chicago
Feel languid, weak. run down? Headache?
Stomach "otff?"-Just a plain case of lay liver.
Burdock Blood Bitters tones up the stomach.
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A.14 dmd I
V A,. . Nthn. nd Mn.0.
K j , .o
*Rt ayritwm I,
Mr. and Mrs. O. KE and basy
v werean0 Mrs. Allen, at City
Pon. ,o P aft V1.1ad &.I
Interest in h the Cooa cemetery is
being revived. Thelotasare badly in
*mBm n t O.
S"a Mi Mami de left on Satur-
Sday for Mebrne to be in reading~
Sto open shol oMo nday.
Mrs M. ME H llA Co. reportavery
c' emuIl nUllmnry opening. New
hatarne In ty le at peent.
Point most be having some
Si buildings. Judging from the new
S material going in that direction.
Mrs. Bodgeon and Mrs. Harry
S* Christian,of Eau Gallie, were visitors
Between trains in town Tuesday.
The platform at the freight station
has been extended west some die-
Stnee. It is a decided improvement.
Col. and Mr. S. F. Travisand fam-
fly arrived on Wednesday from De-
moresrt Ga., where they have a sum-
mer home. I
1 Three automobiles came from Ti-
Stusville last Sunday. Capt. H. Ma-
grader's had a visit to the blacksmith
while Itown.'
Mr. Jhn M. Sanders' horse died
this week, also one of Mr. Clarence
Swio n's which he drove to the
hbool wagon.
Exl-enator and Mrs. G. S. Hardee
S and Mrs. T. G. Ronald, who have
1 r, summered in Wisconsin, returned
home on Saturday.
SIMrs. rE. Grimmes arrived home
on Wdnuay, having had a ples-
ant ammner with Mrs. Stimpson, at
Mt. Clemens, Mich.
I' Mr. E. C. Johnon has had a eem-
Sent sidewalk built across his lot on
A the river in North Coco, which made
the walk complete into town.
SThe revival services at the Metho-
dist church, Rev. Dr. Cecil in charge,
are highly spoken of, and good con-
graegation are art every service.
S' Mrs. John C. Jones and two ioter-
4.. f eating children, of Klondike, are
visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
S J. M. Sanders, for several days.
Capt. and Mrs. Coggin reached
^i home on Monday. They enjoyed the
summer in the West. Capt. Coggin
SY stopped over at Mims to look after
j: his fie grove there.
Mears. Braden & Jernegan have
bought "Spot Cash" Davis's meat
market. Mr. Davis leht on Saturday
to take charge of a market in Orlan-
Sdo. Mrs. Davis and sons will join
him later.
Miss Lilla Sanders, who has charge
of the millinery and dry goods de-
partment of her father's store, has
shown very good taste in the selec-
tion of new goods. All the details
and accessories have been carefully
* planned and each line of goods is
Mr. H. Ives, general manager of
the Fairview Land Co., with Mrs.
Ives, and the winter colony that Mr.

Ives brings with him expect to be
here next week. Supt. B. B. Wells
has the codrpany's groves in good
shape. The crop is estimated at 10,-
000 boxes this season.
The Cocoa High School is making
good. The latest acquisition is a
brass band, the members of which
are making rapid progress under the
tuition of Mr, R. N. Andrews who
" has taken them in charge. The class
in Spanish is very much interested,
and that means progress. Prof.
Macy is very much pleased with the
progress of the school.

Mrs. Walter Sweeny was shopping
in Cocoa Monday.
Mr. Julius Jeffords paid Mr. Ram-
sey a visit Sunday at Footman.

None of our people were able to
attend the services at Eau Gallie last
Sunday, though there were quite a
number who would have gone could
a boat have been gotten even at
the last minute.
Mr. Carl Wittfeld has a fine new
poney, and takes a ride every even-
ing about mail time.
Birthdays have been plentiful the
past week. Misses Mary Allen, Nell
Owen and Rose Carter have each add-
ed one more year to their age. We
hope each coming birthday will be as
A letter from Mrs. Odell states
that they are well and have just re-
turned from a trip to Colorado. It
also brought word of the death of
Rev. Ellis, who, with his family spent
last winter in Georgiana. It was
quite a shock to his friends here.
Our winter residents are beginning
to come early this year, and some
who have spent a winter here a few
years ago are trying to get cottages
for this season.
Mr. A. O. Chandler and family
went to Artesia Friday and visited
his brother until Sunday.
A. B. Carter and family and Mr.
Copeland and family spent Sunday
at the beach.
A Shaking Up
May be very well so fr as the trusts are con-
cerued, but not when it comes to chills and
fever and malaria. Quit thequinine and take
a real cure-Ballard's Herbiue. Contains no
harmful drug and is as certain as taxie. It
it doesn't cure, you get your money back.
Sold by all druggists.
Mr. H. L. Holmes is painting and
repairing his house.
Wild cats are committing depre-
dations on the poultry yards, twenty-
five gone from one yard in two weeks.
W. C. Peterson made a trip to
Titusville Monday in his launch.
R. C. Burns went to Eau Gallie
Monday for building material for H.
L. Holmes.
The children are patiently await-
ing the opening of school, which
will be next Monday.
Mrs. R. C. Burns and two little
daughters arrived home Sunday af-
ter a pleasant visit to friends in Mia-
mi and Sharpes.


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A Good Enough Reason.
On the day before Memorial day
in one of the smaller cities a mem-
ber of the school board visited a
primary school antd after addressing
the pupils ke. ed. "What is the holi-
day tomorrow?'"
"Iecoration dayv" came from all.
"What do vou do on Decoration
day ?"
lDecorate the soldiers' graves."
came in a chorus.
"Why do you decorate their
graves any more than other-'?"
This was a poser, but finally one
little fellow held up his hand.
"Well, sir. why is it?" he was
"Because they are dead and we
You need not be troubled in anty way with
the stomach. if you will simnplv take Kodol at
tho.e. tit.-s whei you feld tht 'you tneel it
Kudol is Kuaranteedi to relieve yoU. If this
failsyour money will be refunded to you by
your druggist from whom you imrclhaI;edl it.
Try it today on this guarantee. Sold by Ban-
ner Drug Store.
Children Cry
Notice is hereby given under aunl y virtue
of executions received by me simuultautvusly.
and issued out of a justice's court of the 14th
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GARDENERS: Serdl tor our booklet entitled, "Florilda
Vegetables. It con.airs descriptions of our old relia-
ble vegetable' formvilas and our new Slpcial (Crop
Formulas, for Leai.. 1 ,matoes, Celery, Lettuce. Cu-
cumbrs,. Waterniml',.s. Potatoes, etc.. and forty-.i\
g pages of practice! .lirec.tions for raising the various
crops. Each articie has been revised by a successful
gr'ower of th,' )pr,,duct taken as his subject. Setnt
free on request
SEED POTATOES: Our northern grown Seed 'ota- 5
toes will be on the market the latter part of ()ctberr
We are booking orders now. Remember that .--cur-
ing the Right Seed is an important factor iri N \ur
PUZZLES: We are till sending a 110 piece lItl-al .ig
Saw Puzzle for the names of four users of fertiiizer',
Write' us your needs. We can supply them andl .av. o,u
SWilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.

Dealers Staple and Fancy Groceries
-_-at Competitive Prices_ _


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Mrao. d CoWy, were

Mr. C0. Bl t,. ef Mwrritt, w as
tn t wee S unday a ftnerno on.
J. I.hualdd wife, ofCoeos, were

Mrh v o.'tedt e t eriorot he
oW. Dk dy i wide and e ommind
Mr. chant of Pladel wie and child,
of lin o weMr. ein ter Sunday af-
G. W* Schuler, of Cocos, was over
visiting his son, Philip, Monday.
C. H. Pe Glor we aaaver Monday,
having visited the interior of the
shate looking after oranges. Mr.
Peacock is a wideawakr e commisioN
merchant of Philadelphia, and also
owns a fine orange grove at Indianola.
The Florida Star is the oldest paper
on the East Coast, and there is no
better advertising medium than The
Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys were
calling on Mrs. Koerger Sunday af-
Dr. W. P. Glover arrived Tuesday
night from Glovers, Ga., to spend the
winter here. He has the largest and
best grove on the Island, which. is
heavily laden with fruit. Mr. J. J.
Jeffords is in charge.
The new dock S. L Jeffords is
building for Dr. Glover is nearly
completed. It is one of the finest
docks on Indian river.

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Your coughO anoys you. Keep on hack in
and tearig the delicate membrMnea of yruU
threat If you want to be a*iioyed. But ifyou
want relief, want to be curid, take Chamber.
lainu's OOgh Reedy. sold by all dealer.

a lvoll

Fine Care

Fine Hair
It's uam care that askes se
hairl Use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
mw aiprmoed formula, sys-
tematically, coasclentiously,
ad you v wl et mresals. We
k v k i sop faltg hair, -cures
dadruff, ud Is a most eleant
dressing, Etirelysew. New
boale. New contents.

M*ulab wan embeboy

Ayer's Hakr Vigr, as now made from our
aew iap v ad formula, is the last, most
sceisle, and In ety way the very best
bair prparadties vr placed upon the
market. For falling bhar ad daadruf it
is the oe reat medicine.
ma %rne 0 o.aweN 0. A0 ..el.o ..-
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with his sister in Atlanta.
Mr. McCormick, of Georgia, ar-
rived Saturday as stenographer for
the E. C. Lumber & Supply Co.
Rev. H. G. Porter, of Daytona,
spent Saturday and Sunday here.
Dr. G. W. Holmes, of City Point,
spent Sunday in town.
Mrs. H. W. Christian spent Tues-
day in Cocoa.
Geo. Shave has returned from a
summer spent in Jacksonville.
J. T. Farley spent Wednesday in
Mrs. T. J. Shave and daughter,
Mrs. Geo. Hayman spent Wednesday
in Melbourne.
Capt. Casper gave and outing to a
number of his friends on the Island
and in town Sunday to Melbourne
Beach on his commodious boat, In-
dian River.
Mrs. Geo. C. Houston and daugh-
ter, Blanche, left Friday for St.
Augustine. Blanche will enter St.
Josephs Academy for the school
R. W. Stewart is on the sick, or
crippled, list now, having been
thrown from his horse on Friday,
suffering a few bruises but no bones
Rev. Thiot and wife left this week
for Ft. Pierce for a few days.
Mr. Atkins, traveling agent for the
Covington Co., in Jacksonville, was
in town Tuesday.
Miss Ellen Mathers will leave in a
few days for Indian Springs, Ga., for
a few weeks.
The Guild will meet on Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. C. L. Taylor.
Chamberlain's oughh Remedy has become
faImouI tor ita cures of coughs, colds, croup
and iilluienza. Try it when iu n eed. It
cnnta us uo harmful sta btance and always
gives prompt relief. Sold by all dealers.

JAM1 PrsmAmD. P M-"Mat. L W. WAutJ Ml

ndian River Sate Ba

AmEt ries capital, i, h Pad-upc Cfl IMp,
TRAnsAws A

Exchange bought and sold on al foreign countrO. Patre
p it, prompt service, polite treatment, and evry
favor consistentt with conservative banking granted
CORRBE8PONDEiNT-Empire Trust Company, 4 Breedway, New York City; The As-
lantic National Bank of Jacksonville. Jackseville, Florida.

Jas. Pritchard & Son

Handle the Finest Lines of

Heavy and Shelf Hardware

Our Stock of
Guns and Sporting Goods
is complete at all times

Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties

Quotations fdr large or small orders will
be given personal attention. Mail Orders
solicited and promptly filled


Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products
We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizes. We deal ezcluiavely
in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices o01
tirain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY A BRO.. TITIU'vILLL
I). H. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL. Registered Pharmacist

Fn itulTville, eAtloride,
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock

Ideal Fertilizers

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