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 22, 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: VID00724
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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.-I- 1 w in town

'~arnd'id Td u ta BrAn oeie a

Mrs. James P. ltchebll, of Cocoa,
ant a partt teday and Wedni-
o a vMt to m tr, Mrn S. J.
Oves'ree sad with her father, Mr.
,". .w .Norwood.
SMr. and Mr. Those. Goodall and
son, Bon. Ernest Goodll, arrived
at Daytona Beach Monday from San-
ford, Maine, and are oueyring their
S beauntitl home on Peninsula Drive.
Sa are pleased to be back in their
P trda home.
Two seow boats constructed in
,Jaekumille for use in surveying in
mmnetln nwth thheverliadedrain-
age -p through here Saturday.
Tlasbimb are about 25 feet long and
pryid with high powered motors;
one having a four-cylinder Harvard
ad the r a thee-cylinder Ferro.
hiNlion. K. resolved a
&aeW 'Watermran b. p. marine engine
T day which he will use in his Old
tender; the motor being fasten-
edout board to the stern-board of the
little boat, and the steering is done
by the motor instead of using a rud-
der. The motor is light weight and
easily removed or put in place.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. B. Rathbun and
daughter, Miss Grace, of Hammonds-
port, N. Y., arrived yesterday after-
noon to spend the comingsix months
in their cozy cottage on the river
front in South Tituansville. Mrs.
Rathbn is accompanied by her niece,
Mie Galatian, of Franklin, Pa., who
will spend the season with her here.
Next Monday is town election day,
for the annual election of town of-
feers. It will be noted that Mr. D.
H. Spell has taken his name down
br aldermaniinasmuch as only two
allerm t esn be elected this year.
This leaves the otner two nominees
of the primary-J. R. Walker and J.
W. Osban-to be voted for asu nomin-
Mr. W. B. Duncan, of the well-
known commission house of W. J.
Dunean & Co., of New York City,
arrived in Titusville Wednesday and
is stopping at the Hotel Dixie. Mr.
Duncan arrives alittlelater this year
than he did last year and will visit
with his many friends on Indian riv-
er ere returning north. THE STAR
acknowledges receipt of a pleasant
call. -

Bureaus, dressers, dressing stands
Wash-stands, refrigerators, springs
Mattresses, kitchen safes, ise cream
freezers (White Mountain), chairs
Tables, wardrobes, iron beds, rugs
Matting, at aquares, carpets.
CAII.. A. GADNa a, 'Phone 342
Kllne's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's neglige shirts, made of an
excellent quality of percale, the fa-
mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents
and $1.00, Monday only 5 cents each.

Men's clothing at a greatly re-
duced price.
Men as Douglas shoes, custom made
in box calf, gun metal and velour,
or cap toe, worth $3.00, special

MN. a OCr. lo a o An i l

thh deeiption. MoYreover it t ~-latr t a fromases tsbed r, 86 incrhes laong, PUodI 5 EIqI S elnt ftspl D
amini.b bL neJri w and up-to-date, Monday's spew- hmi ur a T
W.a ,urse ein c fot -SL i ach.
I a oot Dr. J. omei Abo another lot, worth $3.50 for imeade, delicious halt d
2It -prlrV ti, telatt erpats t se .4a9o cold, 5 cets, Banner Drug boe.
iii a. du tim r or ts l j White bed reud, Marseillaise
bob meetXr.G.L.returned from woth M4dy'1pe-has returned ho oefrom peading
.Imhane's huy. It is the Abbot Whit Si t of the week Another lot worth $8.00 for $2.29. some time this summer in Brookly.
lm at $8.50.
When Ia need of a pair of shoes where he wet a mer with his Ready-made sheets, 81x90, well In the wet and dry election held in
call and see us. We are headquarters movinpetm special 5 cents r brand, Mond Clay county last wek the "drys"
for the best. "rs. C. Cli the bake special 75 cents each. Clay county lot wek the "drya"
fo thebr. Cbes R C.nd the bake Good quality of unbleached domes- were victorious by an increased ma-
WINSTON S. BRANNING oven this week Delaner for- tic, yard wide, 14 yards for $1.e jority over the vote of two years Wo.
merely used ad I start up the Amoskeagginha=ns, m checks and
on F t "Home Bakery a few days. strips, Mon 's special 12 yards Fall term of circuit court for Bre-
TituHvioeBFlod. for $1.M. vard will convene at this place next
Tituyll e Florida. YMrs. 8. B. O wife of County White table damask, 2 yards wide, Tuesday, Oct. 26th. Judge Jones is
Commissioner O m, of Oak Hill, guaranteed all linen, worth $1.00, at his home in Sunbeam this week
In Honor of Mis Brady died in the ho@pt 4l at Jacksonville Monday only, 75 cents per yard.t
Mis. Adhemar Brady entertained ast ee o eonpon of the bin. Also another lot, 70 inches wide, taking a much needed rest.
th Progressive Culture Clubinrm- of the brainworth 75 cents a yard, Monday's Mrs. Homer Wakefield, of Sea
thq Progromive Culture Clubinform- Mr. and Mrs. inmmis, who have special 59 cents. Breeze, recently entertained a quar-
ally, but most delightfully, and in been spending the summer in the Handkerchief linen, 36 inches wide, tette of fair young ladies at her
her usual free and charming manner north, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. worth 75 cents per yard, Monday home. A most enjoyable day ended
Tuesday afternoon, in honor of Miss H. F. Stewart at the Seaside Inn lst only, 49 cents. home. A most enjoyable day ended
aisdy B r, who n M h tt te heie nn Danish cloth, all colors, special 19 up with an old fashioned "candy
Daisy Brady, who has been a valued week while en route to their home at cents per yard. pull."
member of the club since its organi- Melbournc. Special prices in blankets and The houseboat Buckeye and tender
station, and whose marriage to the Rev. Alfred S. Badger, D. D., the quilts. The houseboat Buckeye and tender
Rev. Mr. Rowan is to take place early new minister for St. Augustine Me- Allovej laces and embroideries, in Truant, recently sold by F. A. Root
next month. new minister for St. Augustine Me- new and dainty patterns, at less than to H. W. Cannon, of New York, stop-
t moral Presbyterian church, will ar- manufacturers' cost. ped at this place Sunday on the way
At 3 o'clock, the appointed hour, rive this Friday morning from his Chiffon broadcloth, in all the new-
the guests began to arrive, each present home in Waukesha, Wis. He est shades, 52 inches wide, worth toMelbournefrom Daytonain charge
bringing a mysterious little package will take up his work with Memorial $2.00 a yard, Monday's special $1.49. of Alex J. Goode. 'this is the same
which was quietly handed to the chChildren's hose, fine ribbed, worth houseboat that was built at this place
hostess in the hall, unobserved bychurch at once. 25 cents, Monday's special 15 cents, many years ago by Mr. T. A. Snider,
hostess in the hall, unobserved by Mr. W. M. Prindle writes from sizes 5 to 9J. of Cincinnati.
the guest of honor, who was already Huntington, W. Va., that he has se- Juus KLINE,
stationed in the parlor. cured the Robbins cottage, on Wash- Titusville, Florida. Mr. Geo. M. Huston writes from
The arrivals continued until almost ington avenue for the coming sea- Fitzgerald, Ga., on Tuesday, that he
the entire club was present in a body, on, and has shipped a carload of fur- Church Notes is on his way south from New York
forming a bright, intellectual and nature to furnish same. As soon as Rev. J. A. Rowan, of Camden, S. to Rockledge and is averaging 125
congenial company. the furniture arrives here Mr. and C., will hold divine service in the miles per day. He has found the
First on the programme were ques- Mrs. Prindle will immediately leave Presbyterian church Sunday night at roads in splendid condition as far as
tions read by-the hostess which called Hu7:30 o'clock. Fitzgerald and very pleasant motor-
funtington for Titisville.
for "honor bright" and "true true" The annual camp meeting of the Dean Robottom will officiate in St. ing. He expects to peas through
written answers from each married A. M. E. Association convenes in this Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun- Titusville tomorrow.
lady present, the unmarried ladiesplacenextTuesday,the26th,andon day morning, October 24th, at 11 Mr. W. J. Meervy, of Jackson-
being the judges, and in this very Sunday, the 31st, there will be a o'clock, and at St. Mark's church, ville, has leased the Sterling and op-
amusing contest-there being sever- special train service and very low ex- Cocoa, on Sunday evening at 7:30 ens same to the public today. He
al nearly perfect husbands the cursion rates in force from Saturday o'clock. brought his help with him Wednes-
drawing plan was resorted to, the re- to Monday all the way from St. There will be no services in the day and has a fine chef. Mr. Mes-
sult of which gave Mrs. F. A. Mor- Augustine and West Palm Beach and Methodist church, Titusville, on Sun- sevy has been successful in the hotel
gan the prize for possessing the mod- all intermediate stations to this place. day next, as the pastor, Rev. H. F. business a number of years and says

Next was the auctioning of hus- The readers of THE STAR will no Harris, will preach at Mims morn- that he comes here to remain per-
bands whihext was rathe r a "leap in doubt notice at a glance the fine ing and night. manently.

the dark" as each name was conceal- quality of book paper we commence Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on The four cylinder motor in the
ed in a tightly sealed envelope, but using this week. It gives our paper Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m., For d runaout that as owned by the
the vivid and alluring descriptions a higher class appearance and the and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. editor of THE STAR was taken apart
by the auctioneer called for lively illustrations and print are much finer the first of the week for the first
and enthusiastic bidding, and in this shown up. There are many reasons A Card time since its arrival here over seven-
Mrs. E. B. Wager took the prize for in favor of book paper and our only To the voters of the town of Titus- teen months ago and was found ill
the most valuable husband. objection to it is the increased cost, ville: perfect condition, only needingclean-
Then came the revealing of the but we hope to merit an increased Whereas it has been decided that ing of a little carbon accumulation.
little mysteries. The bride-elect was business sufficient to offset same. we can elect only two councilmen at Every bearing and moving part was
bltt.ld.e the coming election, I have decided pronounced as good as new by a
blindfolded and holding a white umrn- On Motorcycle Tour to withdraw from the race, thereby mechanical expert.
brella, was stationed in a convenient Two young men arrived in St. Aug- leaving only two to be voted for.
place in the room, while to the strains ustine Monday morning who had Thanking my many friends for Notice
of a sweet minuet, played by Mrs. traveled from Springfield, Mass., on their confidence and support in the ,"i .4 i.
Robottom,the guests marched up and motocycles. In the trip of some nominating caucus. I remain. Please allow me space in your pa-
placed the contents of the mysterious 1,000 miles they had to push their Yours, per to say that l. as ires.iding elder.
little packages, fastening each with machines nineteen miles, and that in D. H. Spew.l. kindly ask that the white pptl,,he o f
a fresh rosebud, all over the umbrel- Florida. They left Springfield three Oct. 20th, 1909. this city, nor of any other place, need
la and to streamers of white ribbon weeks ago and stopped at various not expect to rent a tent IIn ,,u
suspended around the neck and ex- places on their wa., says the Even- THE MONEY campground.
tending to thte floor, so that when thing Recold. Desited n is bank is l~,aned t, I hope I shall not have any tr, ubl.
the blind fold was removed from the to Jacksonvillh the sam, day- and the ,people of this vicinity. Pe'tiple ab,,ut refusing any white Ie r'-, an
bride-to-be, she found that the1s,,w- after a short stay, to tour South wh,, wvih to, improve their homes or tent. But I will have, t r.t" -, it it
er had fairly deluged her with dain- Florid(la, thence to C uba and later to inEer(hs i thir finantcisl intrt thy a ,sk.
ty handkerchiefs of various )attrn.~ ~outh Ametrica. making tuirs (,f thle r m latIter i all ohis hi n With bst wish f r t .
and designs. .Before removing the island and the continent. When in the. rk o" 1uilin rI t',, ent r- "f yur muh readl ,:tir. I si.

blend, however, the hostess, who i. there are good roads all tlh wa\vl' riin s of tii. cmmunliit-. I to Yuri tl,.
he e meoske, TillT S i a better t,,w L ..
also, the president of the club, made' from South Florida to the Northern I hi.,t n acu nt with
a beautiful anI apprWmpriatelo -utrther Why not iiopen an account with
a beautiful and appropriately workI- Statos we may expect such trips as !II.N RIUiF STATE: HANK.untcr
ed little speech expressing th. g. ,:1 theirs to become common. Titusville, Fla?
wishes, etc., of the club, to which the arIe be-tt .r ,p'itar,' th t.1.1 ,

recipient responded in a few well'
chosen words.
A beautiful white lace fan waw al-.
so presented to Miss Brady,. guest of
honor, by the hostess.
During the preparations for the
shower Mrs. Robottom favored the
assembly with a beautiful and artis-
tically rendered piano selection which
was heartily enjoyed by all.
Dainty and delicious refreshments
were served, and altogether it prov-
ed a most delightful afternoon's en-

One Day For Manslaughter Gun Repair Works
Henry T. Hopkins was convicted of All work guaranteed, also, guns
manslaughter in the recent term of stacked and reboredl.
court in Dade county for killing two H. BIENECKF:, Titusville.
men in North Miami in May, 19K 8,
and sentenced to one day's imprison- For Sale Cheap for Cash
ment in the county jail. The jury About 88 acres of good high land
recommended that he be given the on the east or ocean side of the In-
reommende that he be given the dian river at the Narrows, described
minimum sentence, and Judge Minor :as follows: Lot No. 3. section 35,
S. Jones said that he should either j also lot No. 3, section 36, in township
have been convicted of murder or 31 south, range 39east. This land is
acquitted as acting in self-defense unimproved but finely located. For
acquitted as acting in self-defensefurther particulars address.
Junriis oertainlv rtnd.rioanm--nto..z.. I V1

ill the lil,. f hI t,
'coats, hlggin.s. ('all a,,d I.t i',. Iii
V,, Up. We have the bi.t and larg-
est line o(f hunting b,,,ts; in -talIlarN
makes .i.ol and $,.4,. To see t!hert
is to buy.
Titusville, Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., ,n high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
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tembid. In fact...o
Swmuch pace has
b meft this hage
v:o the a a maIs eeart bsib

,w.a e- c ea mee, Where e.uft
It Gm 0 iVt a s -i mlov" -Thirty
Imr ea "Prty lve!" wervm eer ed
I the sth at the mighty bunter and
-ar smess O t "Leve Ofte." "Love
Ot r" sad e eforty" cam pu-
lWy ftes hmis spctfl antagom tsa
Stheb te s cabinet there will nhre-
a ber be heard omJy the quiet tooes of
P laeeat Thft dictating state paper
amd llne. to games at comorta-
SMe t.
The new adtio. which is to coat
1e the mighborhoold of muu a will
OIe the pradeat aad his stfa twkce
te space. of the original wing. The
ed dces, which were designed by the
New York arebitects McKim. Mead &
White cot about USI.U The three
mrward wall o* that old building are
ted umebanged nla the new design
r the Washlgton architect Nathan
. Wyeth. and that enables the don-
ed foor space with the remodeled In-
teltr to be seeared at the comparm-
tvely small cost already mentioned.
There will be eleven rooms in the
new ocees as against the ban halt
dean that served for Mr. Taft's prede-
csonr. and the furnlsblngm and fix-

A sacmoT orP MN UNCOMPu Taro Wrm
ture. while far from luxurious in any
oriental sense, will be correspondingly
The greatest change effected by the
new plan s in the president's room.
lastead of the severererctangular moon.
with Its bare walls and distresing at-
tempt at an oil painting of Lincoln.
that formerly constituted the preai-
dent's sanctum there will now be a
room in the form of an oval-an oral
that on the southern expomure fits
without a broken line Into am deep Iay
window, where the president's desk
will stand.
With all its colonial slmplieity. and
such simplicity was made ne-ess.ary
by the predominating note In the rest
of the White House. It is erhient that
this Ia the room on which Mr. \Vyeth
has spent most time. The color '-hemlle
will lie tren and white, with nmhag.-
any furniture. At the end olpioite the
bay window will Ihe a hanulsome fire
place of white marble. with a wide
hearth of the amiue material.
The cailnet room will hare windows.
on two sides. Its tables and c-hairs
will be Identical with those in I is
since March 4. as there is an cnistejn lv
which tle cabinet offl-er takes with
him on leaving office the ch:ir he used
at the executive council. The monm *-
self will be in gold and yellow. The
tradition In resrard to the furniture of,
the cabinet room makes imlw. illhle
any sentimental suvp ges'tionl swl'-h a
obtain in the details of the president's
room. Thus Mr. Taft't loing servi-.e
In the Philippines is sy.iimlwlzeld in the
corerlngs of canran-i,, skin.
In the old Iuildina there was no
walltln room of any .sort. n'-d senltolrs.
diplomats. represent vl:irel s an- hii lilnet
officers were herded t..tlher iln a very
ordinary lohhy. In the nhew I'uiilding
thl< lobby will le retained with linic-
Imperfect Digeston
Means les nutrition and in rmosquence lew
vitlity. When the liver fails to sMrete bile,
the blood become loaudel with hilious pro-
perties, the digention becrmm impaired and
the bowels constipated. Herhine will rectify
this; it ives tone to the stomach, liver and
kidneys, strengthens the appetite. clears and

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Y1 sTo rt --- de
i sa god deal of
mo w t Par t Wesemo-
tIp at Ias wwlug fre Nr
Mr. -a eeveltO* mles of
the w ;; use theMM buL

was an undvrWitate. and Tm heplans
adOpted'wee not w 'k an to make for
comfort or eoaverrne: ben-e tbe
etaiam now biing made. whirh will
cenort the structure Into a very hand-
sme aafr., theurh of only one story.
amd pmrMeld with. ery Imialnable
eqoipma t approprte to a modem
oc. bwlhlng.

How Hsgh Jemniags Developed a Team
of PenMant Winnerl
That the Detrots were enabled to
capture a third pecoant and again gi-
or in the world's cblampionhip nm
rie was due In a great measure to te
work of the team's manager. Bugt
Jenalonl Altheuh not a player mow
himself. be haa shown year after yeor
that brains as well as brawn Oure
largely Ia brian1ng bome the pennant.
The man whoe aggremive personal.
ty, baseball sense and Indomitable
spirit have played so important a
share In the success of the Detroits Is
thirty-nlne years of age. a native of
Pennsylvania. and In bhi day was one
of the famous stars of the diamondd.
After fve managers--tallings. i)wyer.
Barrows. Lowe and Armour-had tail-
ed to whip together a fairly good new-
and division team be was selected as

ploit of the Tigers. When Jennings
joiniied his Iteam; in the training camp
in Maie ii. t;ia.. ill the spring of 119KI.
the l ineiiilr.s orf oIlle leaiim were fighting
;and ,liarrelingl. iEvery player was at
iie t. hriio oI ii fellow. The general
,,iii:,ion wasi11 h:i .leitlinsll '" task wiis
i,'l ,jei,'-. hilt letlre I.avJing the train.
ii .-:IItmIs li h:Idl eluded lthen together
inil ;i a seriJ 'il;li. hie that has since
wo I'liln;iiluls. aitid lie did it by
the letf ',. his iW i le rsoll;lilty. They
We'I.' *IrIwii lI liiii. lIkooked up to Jliiu
illd lforelt i.'ty di.piimtes. When
they.v did ia u.1,, lie'a' lf work lie wfas
alwiay, ready with :i slipl on the back
and a clieery favoiraile ( comment. It

By ilhe ti e nt e i ieanm reached lM:n-
c-an .hnte iil.' hadl ,,,l pielii|d i.his express' -
simo dli-w' teo lie on stirring lhrihlk-

""'l::;'s the- wv:iy" w is Ie t *,x\ lo' h iv,,
nu'lh Io sit lis h isli hin hi mlure. Ile
wi:' ted1l Ictionii :aid o t : icon qluic ikly. .\ Iy
three. syv:l.iole h. yll wails to, tle ie for
hlli. .\Ad itlhe pi'Iavers unmlenrstoi,,, Ile
yell .jist as ta lichl he had ,L soken L.ii-E-
'e y i-taiii:" it sla:inel. ,Il:iv ai1il will
stand. It Is tI' k-lenote of the v Ie-
cess of a man lretll in his chosen pr.

tlops earache in two minutes: toothache or
pa'n of hurn or scall in five minutes; hoarse-
new. one hour: musele-ahe. two hours: sore
throat, twelve hours-Dr. Thomas Eclectric
Oil. monarch over pain.

Feel languid. weak. run down,' Headau-hP

la S eo faber ademly wreta-
-,m ,uts bmew
ie orel to Arve a crrmct Imtatlon
Sof ai avlBr wreaklMn h nemk m a
lWtad day, WNtr Wrtght han. a'

usual, come aut witl flying colors. in
fact. his recent remarkable flglht< in
New York were the gret.esi. lioth i
spectacular Interert and iersunal dur-
Ing. that have ever been laccomllllslied
In the history of aviation.
An Mir. Wright was about to give a
last exhibition he had one of the closest
calls of bis career. an explosion, blow-
ing a bole throgllh the top of mlucbine
and a chunk of lirans narrowly mlsing
the Inventor. Mr. Wright. however.
only smiled and shrugged his shoul-


Mark Twain's Daughter Wife of the
Famous Pianist.
Mark Twain olnel remarked th:at
next to apple pile ie loved muisie-. andl
he is es|leclally feoriumilte i.i; l is re-
spect. He not only i lil a dl:iuglte'r
with a remlairkaiblel voice. ber rteeeI.Ily
became the father-hli-lw of coe t ,f I;
greatest puliisti of tile day. fieT liie"
melntier of the Cleluwns family is Ossil,
Gabrllowltsch. the famlIous
musicllln who has toured this tountiry
and Eurolw.
It wasI whileJl e wetas studylinr mullse.
in Vielnn that he imet bhe da-llhter oi
the humorist. who was ilso .tiul1iiu;;

In that country, and of that ieetingl
the recent wedding ceremony wva.s b1,
culmination. When Mr. Ga;lrilowiat-nc
suffered a serious illness hlst sp.rinii
and lay helpless. Miss Cleme'iis atittend-
ed him. anud to her loving niiiisttra;riii.'
and care he iratribtes his recovery..
Mark Twain is -very proudly of ihis It-
ented dauglher. and her enanliiiig iwr
sounlity is largely due to the intluietce
of a doting father and a watchful
mother. In this connection tlih d.'-
msrilption once, given by Twain oi f ath
relatills of his -children aud their
mother. whl las oee e lI -l -everal
years. hasl ae s pcial iintere'st:
"'The mother of IImy children ;laores
thbemnl-tlire is lno miillder te'uirm t'r, it -
and they worship her: they evetn waor-
ship aniythiig whliich the Itouch of( her
hand has; Ii;lad(e s; Theyv kn,\w
her for the l est and truest frie'nl i l\v
have ever haId: or ever shlill is;l\: ther\
know her for one. who never didl them
a wrong land ac;rnoat do them t. w roll .
who never told them a lite iirr the'
shadow of ,ton. iwho, nevt'ver cle-cei\ved
flhemll Iy even ;an a111 ,iillllo s -.. ;*rlllr.
whlo nleve'r gave tlhemti ;a ullln-;:siill;lle
co) mmanld."

Your cough annoys .voi. K-e'ponhi lint-kinx
and tearin, ,,,thb, nn t -,.iir


last Monday night," said the young
woman, 'and have just been insane-
ly curious to ask you a question."
"WVell, what is the question?"
said Miss Marlowe.
"In the potion scene I want to
know what you are thinking about
when you lie there supposed to be
in the deep sleep from the effects of
the drug you took."
"I'm not thinking," said the ac-
tress. "I'm hoping."
"Yes; that I won't
sneeze."-Chicago Record-IeralLd

Camels In Water.
Camels cannot swim. They are
very huoyant, but ill balanced, and
the r hle;id go under water. Thevy
can, however, Ie taught to swim
river- with the aid of goat-kins .or
jars fa!-tened under their necks.
Iiirinz the Blaluclii-tan expedition
of 1S'8 the camels were lowered
into the sea from the ships, and
their drivers, plunging overboard.
elambered on to the backs of th!E-ir
charge,, cau1ing the animals' head,-l
-.. ...... . .. 1 a -... I .

were on their camels weeks. The
MIidianites were b imsdites and
thus ancestors of the Turks, s it
i not improbable that the smbol
was derived from them and In ue
long before the taking of Costan-
Itinope in 1453. What leads s e e
eoh nation to this theory is the
fact that Richard Coeur do Lion
adopted this badge after he return-
ed from the Crusades, haing as
srmed it in commemoration o the
victory which he with his gaUys
gained over the great Turkish dro-
mon off Beirut in the year 1191.
This, practically the first English
naval victory, was celebrated both
in song and history by the chron-
iclers of the period.
The Englishmen seem to have
been greatly impressed with the
enormous size of the Turkish ship,
which must have been a very Dread-
nought of her day. She was big-
ger, they say than anything ever
seen at sea, gaudily painted in yel-
low and green and carried no fewer
than 1.500 men, among whom were
seven emirs and eighty chosen
Turks for the defense of Acre, and
was laden with bows, arrows, Greek
fire in jars and "200 most deadly
serpents prepared for the destruc-
tion of Christians." Possibly these
"serpents" were a species of fire-
work or rocket.
King Richard's galleys attacked
her in vain for a long time, as their
crews could not climb up her lofty
sides despite the encouragement
held out to them by their royal
leader, who promised to crucify the
last man to board her. Eventually
several galleys drew off and, put-
ting on full speed, rammed the big
war vessel together in the same
spot, with such effect that she be-
gan to sink. The English were now
able to get possession of her and to
throw overboard and drown the re-
mainder of her crew, according to
the pleasant custom of the days of
Portsmouth at this time was, as
now, one of the principal naval
ports, and when in 1194 King Rich-
ard set sail from thence at the head
of a fleet of 100 ships, he as a spe-
cial honor bestowed the royal cres-
cent hadge upon the town as its
coat of arms. "A crescent of gold
in a shield azure with a blazing
star of eight points or rays of sil-
ver between its horns" is the exact
description of the device which to
this day meets the eve everywhere
in the municipality. Thencefor-
ward, too, the crescent and star be-
came tihe otlicial badge of the admi-
ralty and was used as such up to the
year 1545, when it was superseded
by the anchor.-Exchange.

If Juliet Sneezed.
Julia Marlowe once yielded to
the insistent demands of an ambi-
tious girl admirer, who had deluded
the actress with sweet notes beg-
ging an interview, and told her to
call at the hotel on a certain after-
noon, when she would be glad to
see her.
"I saw vou in 'IlOino aid Juliet'

recitals in .London i e \..- a''. ,o-t,
by an old lady in tl.e ,r t ne h.I
and thus adi!re-.-,l:
"Oh, Mr. luIbin-te, 1.. s!.,
to sete you' I liae i. -,.l!i :i % > I
purchase a tic ke.t. II.i.. a -.
you could let ii Iai\.:
".Madam." -ai, l ti ,t, ..l i pt:an:.

if you tih nk 'It t o t. .,.
"<' I ve0. n. l, ; t1 ,, .. ,, ,i i nk-
W here i, it -" ua- th;. ., ,, 1 r
"A.t ti piiae I niiiu v r,.p; .

This popular remedy r Ils to
effectually cure
Dyspepsia, Constipatio, Sick
Headache, Biliousmess
And ALL OEASES ariemtoi r a
Torpid Liver and Bed Biaestion
Tke natural r-M t Is Sd a eth

for ba ha ad lieu! ba
om Iw-, lmn w

meet bdt e
-&A so

Is a M bbk ft M --[

9e think youae alet
"I'.".a a
PAS.S;L Qwith ll -

sowrtnes of her member, fo ,
for shehad hatd very pleanM tl
Sowgn i ou le ding shave
o profi ad anep of
h hd amer fdve to oir in k to ld
er kitsurplus withA fewout interest
The weask her hbyand i r. ad
met. F tn cntin t j

"t thimk you are right AheS th
ahortnea of her memory, air,
though sahe hatted very pleaatrty,
the didn't mention the dollar."
"I guess youll have to charge it
to profit and loaw."
"I won't give it up quite so soes,
though -I may have to go into beak-
ruptcy yet on account of loaIa
my surplus without interest b
The weeks went by, and Mr. Wd
Mrs. Futon continued to joke from
time to time about the rabst doll
lar, and one evening, after having
ridden allt the way out from town
the same seat with Mrs. Dwiht,
Fulton admitted, with eggraed
mournfulness, that he wabeg do-
ning to feel very much discouraged
about ever regaining hs dllar.
"I'oese it make yoj feel hd, mp
pa?" asked his little girl, who a
ways listened to the conversation
with grave attention.
"Of course it does, Hilda. A dol-
lar is a whole lot of money. How
would you like to lose the dollar
you have in your bank ?
"I s'pose it would make me moat
sick," she answered. An her par-
ents, excihanging amued glances,
said nothing.
hthen Ful ton sat down ,t the din-
ner table the next night he asked,
as he saw a shining silver piece at
his plate, "What's this?"
"our dollar, answered Hilda
triumphantly. "I went to Mrs.
Dwight's house today, and the door
was open, so I ju.1t thought I'd go in
and ask her if rhc'd 'tirely forgot
your dollar, but she wasn't around
anywhere. But it didn't matter,
for I found your dollar on the desk.
I s'pose she kept forgetting to bring
it home, so 1 jiut tooked it myself
for you, papa."
"My country!" exclaimed the as-
tonished father ungratefully. "What
shall I do?"
"What can you do but return it
and explain?" said Mrs. Fulton,
who was laughing almost hysteric-
ally. "What a thing it is to have
a serious minded daughter!'"
A pianist who was 'pre-e.,rninentlv
successful in his day ua.- Itubin
stein, who traveled nearly\ the whole
world over delighting ie"'p.le with
his genius. lie was ve-r\ muci an-
noyed by request, for *,rllimen
tary' tickets, but no-t ,f thle t 1i,
he maintained hit c.nil'-''ire,. e\ .i
though justly irritst,.e!l. It is tl
of him that ju-it l.ef,re- ine of ji,,

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ha ba ut'd, Uneib s e e n o the t

S !-:' De e w m tne co mdy bya

.St Ma ,. s o t-- -- a---t.d n
Kpj low nw "iMt S j tii Nt0a 8 wJo ist aou fthot teeth y hi

ti "l s T t SW o elp t ""-. t -o- e- beoo. m be alee- d by bt
Ftrela Maris Carisr amhas
B i .vto aI nh h Ne de a k om ea ely aa nd

. .M S% ".. .- .-- ,, ,,b "7 ,b-
Ae s hIy N -aTh eW o asearane at the Empire theater
igi 0 mu &' lthee New Te r ik.a "iratire at Georpr ." ab
6 ar h t M mm M aMo i-- aew comedy in three acts from the
Bwho Vswer. *.p.. Plep Urebr. by R. Ge Piers and (A. Gde Call.l
Is1t. As in "My Wp t -ti earlier
- 'emedyV by the a thors of "cl ontat
T- tiw m o -lasons agw -Mr. Drewt are aga hs ai
h- l. ItWr r-i f M r sole that gives admirable scope to bh i

amit.ovs tle powers a. Jgeteel coMtedy
E """ pW t ..1..4 ad that perfectly Mar his personalty
"n ispmher Ms. when her lne Ise rde a 18 po

rh o th f a d o in the
O.^jt *^^ *^Pte BM^--1tfbw I **ib ma satar Rbegai by his

Slr.M to et ida gaso w HMt l's pet. a cogealital glut, with
tof t' aaG she esers a cor.
t oely #0 6g4hat hle report ws.

The hau eturan. There is a strong
ret a i martt to t emp the nn tot.

es he rnek to him, but she puts her
"ewe lefre' her earthly lto. The
lver amrne to ahdMut hr. brngin
her to ls room. wheo tf Geoinssr tgat

she shall sign a petition to the pope
alag for ber release from her rolun
tary obligations. When she refuses he
Sthretens to kill himy elf and cta the
agWt hlb uero ers be a ents. Tde

heroi elf starifie. be tears up the
paperS. By this tim a JtaloA woman.e

has arrived on tthe sne to hint at the.
tan's pr' nde in the me atr's rr -coon

and to promise eellations that will
be eaeediny plea ant. And thc two

eaptalb shots Mhilf to avse the,
Swotea a's hno ar.

'"The Girl and the Wizard." Sam Pbn
a i's new attractiLon. hias hbe anto
5f mwrttle powers to gewteevl comedy

a play. weer, It is a slight affair. bt day to make uplS b ih pmd on some-
x-1 er &W. wh r "we Is as well.

- it is viewed as a meaa comedy it the u. abund.nt in wit and with a

takes t rank it is that strange delicious vin of uncoslouai humor.
thig. a musical coledNy with pist eorther amlitn ine of thoa con-
.tb o oft ad the me waars

jfeftr i p |art to ladw the nan to

TOW below her earthly Wme. The
blow arrnle to ahdoet her. hrlnrin\
ar to bb rem. were be Inaltft that
adw ahall Aten a petition to the pope
&aWX for her rolew frmm her rlolnI
tary obMtatlona. When she refnuem he
thrnateio to kill himb lf. and at the
*ilWof ableveolver he relent. There

brote o e aerrloe. he tears up teI
paper. By ihis time a jealfnw woman
hMe arrLdd on tbe ar"* to hint at the V
ngo's prvcwre to the aoldler'x room
an to promlae rerelatioua that will
be eM-dlinflt sopleaaant. And tble
eaptoe vibnata MaWif to sere the

n*T Girl and the Wlaard." 8am Ber
uarfb new attrartion. haw heev on-D
other ooe of the asurem : It reviewed so XMD( DIrx
a play. honweer. It to a allign affair. hot day to make up hib minnd on some-
IK It V viewed a a mork-al comedy It thing. andboant In wit und with a
tabg Wlh rank. for it Is that Stranap delk-lou rvein ot univuilous humor.
tbW& a's tOatO cotoodv with a p%11 George Rollln Is owe of tbo~ con-

aU3a raCOcUoU IN "Saa A LItTrTL

and a serious one. The wizard is a
rcbh jeweler in the Austrian Tyrol. a
noble bearded old fellow, who has lav-
abed bis affectlioe and bis tnmo)ty tin
is nephew. When u te Ie u ren-b
the age of Iwenty-onethe jeweler pre-
poes to take hlms Into i artnersbip.
bat there s a quarrel wewtt the young-
star announced bbi ltention of get-
tifg married.
Before the Jeweler has thought t .
ask the girl's natae the boy ruabes off
to eallot i the arry. and nothing ore
.llr a...

tinnously humorous characters that
always mean well. but have a perfect
genius for getting themselves inex-
plicably misunderstood. Every fair
face he meets becomes George's in-
stantaneous target for flowery speech-
ea-mere words to him. but serious
vows of undying constancy to his
earers. Mr. Drew snugly fits the
part rather than the part fitting him.
Among the high class musical come-
dies that have taken well are "'The
Love Cure." "The Dollar Princess" and
"The ('hoolate Soldier." T'l'e letter
especially is set to Ihntinntlig. enptivir-
Ing. Inslirintg lmusi'. tilled with W:liz.e-
and llmarchew thmor refuse to e toroft
"The Wbidow's Might'" is the iwIel,
drnintii t alttrt-tio is n wh which l.illi;:n
Ius"eI. as Vyoung i<. ever n lt. if :.ti-y
thing. more ,e:asllltlnl. will tllr Ill
cOunliitry thit .se';i"li. Tlihe oil'y oV
**Tte Widow's Might" is l:ined entire.
ly on the mieni;tal distress w'iii-l rli,.
wkidow suffers ini her atltemipti to 'v;id'
the litro of r miairri:aee I:inele ob het
by the friends of her l4eh ieiral:ni:l
During three nets she maItniges to es
cape the ldehiartnti.s. WI it I i he' fourth
act eac-h love sick swaiin hals hlis my.
There Is a viillainous lluncle who tries
to squaInder the whidw's fortllne. lii
her brave adllirel' fl to the resve-
a musniPle. a stag dinner. a l minor love
episode and ani exciting scenel In a
Wall street ouMe. with tickerq lltking
and messengers bustling. In this s-ene,
the falling prkce of "'Tidewater." In
whklbh Par..wrhr hns inreo ate modir.


JACK JOBNhON. n1)41d lw111in exceptionally faIst
and eleve.r in llhe ring. he is : glove,
artist with i ll nay knoc(koults to Iis
credil. The' I. l ne:gro Is thirty y.vea:rV
of aitret :inldl a Iative o'f T'-exaI.
\WhViet it c'mneis to knoclkoullts. IIew-
eve'r. tihe reco ,rd-, o if 't tanley IK't hel.
well nicknamiid the "'.M1lhhi: : .. at--
hsin." howt (1th1.1 he is all pa IIst lstler

putincil. ver forty of Iii'. op.lllmenti
having :>en defeated in lt l iainner.
Just passed I lie )eof twety-otinte.
live feet nti ine Inlhes tall lnd weighiingl
1(6.- |joids. hlie rainks among lhe greal-
est lugiliAts of the day.
''lh Mli'-lhii-in siluigger is n native of
Grand tlapidsl and legaii his rinr en-
reer in tI9NW;.
Slightly Colder With Snow
When you see that kind of weather fore',at
yu know that rheumatism weatber isat hand.
Get ready for it now by getting a hnttl-- of
Ballard'sSnow Liniment. Finest thing made
for rheumatism. chilhlains. frost white. sore
and stiff joints sad muscles, all aches and
pains. 23c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all drug-
"I suffered habitually from constipation.
Doamn's Regulets relieved and strenKthenedt

-A-^A t'--- Ik
*B Of-- -U.a
tae mie

ST*rk it year.
!'heleregh t the
**lieal teor toe
'he a b met de
^isa or Mis~o
i thUneese.
SIt my hbe that
AWeAi lhe wI appear lIn
S "A *Sh a" h or the
neat two Massas Te tor opened In
(Ulc an. and all tie cities of the eat
will h give a c ham c to se j Iram."
The far west and soth will not be
vibtedl until the season allowing.
Jawuve T. Power is costinolug the
sowmmntl run of t"Havn.'" the tne-
n (%ink- opera imported from London.
Re will be sea In tbts retIl thrbouh-
out I be eatre Mean. Edmand Brwe.
who has been so succesfnl I. "lTe
Third Ineree." s to play the stellar
role this season in "The Earth." the
sensation of the London boards.


Two GQrat American Pugilists and
Their Work.
No pugilistic encounter In sonie time
has attracted as i ucb attention an the
Ketebel-Jobuson bout. and every tlbht
tan ere and abroad bas been keenly
interested in the outcome for many
weeks. Johnson is the only colored
man In the history of the prize ring
to win the heavyweight cbampionblip
of the world, securing the title by de-
festing Tommy Roru* In Australia.
Standing six feet one and Ihree-
quarter Inches In height. welfhin, 2n1t

bensive preparations would be made
by the Republican forces to circum-
vent them.
So much for Mr. Parsons' side of it.
When Mr. Cannon was informed of
the charge be was Just lighting bis
fourteenth after dinner cigar.
"Huimphi" hi growltie. only he us-d
another aind. sone miighit think. a more
expressive e w l'trl. "It thi;t liE p, I'ar-
Nt.s is is I, king ,for tri-etil ale hli ts ; r lit.e
Io, th ri;lght phe ." \Askedil ;'as to Ihis
atfilIleI. in the II:lll er. tIh |4,> lker[r
Ksin rd *:1ri dy i l 'iryly 1 iW 1init-l:,
I i ,'l ii:il., :; iln n !:I ,n ;ll<:tlll
s1 ,1 l O t -i1 t l1i; i: 111 i "I 1 -11n I 't

til'-: In -,,Il t, ,, IIIIll ilL .1, :1 I,,\ :I!,',n -
tli. \\ ; al.;lshl I -:s l\ tic k- i l l e> .i 1 11ta
ll-t l lI 11t i |I it \ c l:i(el -.*-en btloe ;iitl
kieLe;d.! ;ai ii I :a;t \\e'ek- iln rI',Ecov'r

t eIn' le'ker .elite tliosi|l "*:;tjil ?-iiti',
thati Illne I nieve'r hinve ki-kod a:t that
kind eoft :in ainiamil- in private life or
in IMlii-5s."
.\lmliost every one i t' :iinili:'r with
IthI eiirer of [Unle- .14m ('i iitmion. Mr.
Persons. 1l I. IM is ia ntmaii of Icli' iromi-
tinene |lpolitically. iHe wais l..rn in
New qYork city just forty years a1go
and took illup) haw after grad;ialitimit from
A Banquet
1premdl lfore' yviti wild dio you no gwood if
you Eotldn't eat. What gN,.d fan food do a
child when a&. soon as it enteis it's stomach it
is eaten by worms. That's the reason your
h.bhy is ailing, cross pasty faced and thin.

1m1e.s .m of o e his -- eaIosf
lOt caet sLe I I Mr. I

erris Mpy pori, .l

eastvnd I i whO I no
Sm a with te p t

bMTo a8 ehelraMo a tie NYw Torli
Immwty eomm, l l la f, y
fmat. but I am mi
worrytg. My pnel-
ern is simply thui
and I shall m sltal It. as matter wht
may happe". .1 btelio that a m ia
My peoltia. with the p wer that I
h e as c Malrma of the New tet
county committee. am ito a ft w yea
put a stop to Illegal sltration and
fraoduien rotIng In New Tork. I be.
leve It i the dty of a ma t my
position to do that. I have no doubi
that i tBhree or tofr years.I will


O, Oeg sad MagOg Were the g m est
Men on Rerd.

SRILZ A will
fTV be kst r- .
gret td by
mayV i James J.
Jefries and "Ir
Litm" Johnsono ta
to settle the beavry-
Swelht ebamplom-
ship count roveray
this witer, there Is another contet oo
that promises to make up for any die-
appointment In that direction. Ths
i the Canoo-Parmon bout and If
neb affairs were fought out In the
squared circle Instead of the political
aroma the annoder would atep to the
middle of the rin. elevate blh cblh. I
prowl deeply and then probably Intr-
duce the men as follows:
"Gents an' odders. dis bout is at a
hundred an' ffty-eight pounds. Queen-
berry rules. See? De uy in dat ar.-
inr Is Herb Parsons of New York. Do
odder guy Is Joe Cannon of Illloos.
bhake h ands. ose. an' de folt bloke
wot bits In de clinches its b his sit
pusbed in. See?"
All Jokig aside. however, the amas-
tag charge Herbert Parsons. congrs-
man from New York and chairman of
the New York Itepubllcao county com-
mittee, has made against Mpeaker Can-
non and hbl own party has cekued a
great senastlon throughout the coun-
try. and the affair promises to develop
Into one of the bitterest lgbts In the
history of polltica. Mr. Parsos
charges that Tammany Hall entered
Into a deal with up state tepublicas
to defeat the efforts of New York city
Republicans to perfect the signature
Jaw during the last legislatire lesson
in Albany and a part of tbe deal was
that Tammany bsould support tipeser
Cansoo sad the rules of the house of
repsentatives. He also claim that
the Republican repreaetatirea of New
York city were not Informed of the
deal either from Albany or Washlng-
This ebarge followed the declaration
of the county chairman that Tammany
was planning wbolesale frands in the
coming election and that most compre-

Swept Over Niagara
'I'hi., terrililt- cEalmnsitv aitten h je.Mml 1w-
.:Ills4 curf'lv-~s leeiitnmattt i!Llovre- Iflit- Si % 'r*-
wir:a .etigtz-grioswnigi rilmjuiv.i it toliM-l f~ r csi rre fit-
-latlr-swarnting, utr.-kintd. 'hem cit ina
jeait Sior ach-le-iii thele e.-k wairns y1w01 dwkidl
M-e* l 11-Ili 31tte'llticill if Y OUi *t-aw fatal samatlb
-i i ---d roilr. *% li lN'te-e o (r lsrilor I-t' ., i%414e
'rnki kElectric ilittemra at 4(e' midso v 'oI-
achle l1y iuml all ye~tir 1*'t fe-eli r-l- a roaturn
**A ftur 1,mMi-astit'e'rinmfitic(ost weak kiihul ,te-.anid
laotne Imajk. edIt 1.( (Ilitilt tI.I- w heIy- ei:reel aii.l.
wi ites .1. R Illaakei-t.hilp. sfit' Bek. 'Fe tal
I holy i~ ii 5wat Bianner I)ru2 Stein-.

rl For Infants ad Children

Tk KIW Yu. No"M ApB bogh
Bore"the ,,


It is a matter of perplexity to
most small boys whether they shall
become giants or clowns. There
are plenty of clowns today, but
there will probably never again be
such formidable giants as Og, Gog
and Magog. Og, we are told in
Deuteronomy, was the last real
giant. He was that king of Bashan
whom the Israelites slew, and his
bedstead was nine cubits long, or
about thirteen feet. This bedstead
theory may be based upon the huge
sarcophagi which the phoenician
kings had made in imitation of the
Egyptian custom.
Gog and Magog are mentioned
several times in the Bible with
more or less indefiniteness. -In the
Koran they represent a barbarous
people inhabiting Central Asia, and
they were probably born out of the
terror inspired by the Scythian
hordes that overthrew the Assyrian
empire. Wooden statues of Gog
and Magog fourteen feet high have
occupied pedestals in the London
guild hall for centuries and were
formerly carried through the streets
in the lord mayor's shows. They
welcomed Henry V. on London
bridge in 1415. According to Cax-
ton, Gog and Magog were the sur-
vivors of a race of giants found in
Britain by Brute, son of Antenor
of Troy, and brought by him as
prisoners to London, where they
were chained to the gates of a pal-
ace on the site of the guild hall and
kept as porters.
All primitive races seem to po--
sess legend. of giants. as did the
Greeks, Romans and Arabl. but
nine feet seems to te almost the
highest authentic stature re r'rded.
Topinarld's Finlander exceedchd thi-
by fo rr inlies. \Vinkeliau;' .r. an
Au-trian Liant. who died in I.ss7.
was right feet seven inrhe- in
heiq'ht. Charles Byrne. the Irish
-i:'nt. attained the stature or eioht
feet foar inches.
The talles.t rac in t!.h world i-
the Scotch of (:'illownv. who iavor-
awo five feet eleven inches in he'iTht.
Ne't ccome the in'ihhitant. of the
re-t of Scotland and then thei Li-
vonians. Irish. Norse. .:ngli;hi. Po-
lynesian". Sikhs. Fulalh. of the Su-
dan. Kaflirs. Ciheennes and Pata-
It is. however, pozi'il,le to l, cnlom
a giant with a little per rverance.
There is in the brain a -i-terio*n-
or.';,n knowni a the pit'it1:1' v brdy.
injury to whiih. somei think!. pro-
'Ec thl di ;-v known i- ; ro
n:' ailv, in \ 1;; h t .. I,.;,.!. "l d-
; I' fI, t I ... r -l nl r, 'It I' :- forn # of r iant-




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"Woe = at a an

4"Iw 'ty t beak
Ab*t df*w biy the sale.
a b Wsaae- amountof tbheclh
stdeptoted pa-able to the Sub
theo e fr which the fruit w
mt. mat aeek together witbh
ae ount of the sale, i sent by fnrs
s pal to the head ofice in Tampa.
esp iomade.of the account of th
ate, the cheek endorsed, and botl
the original account and the check
.ar slet to the-Sub-Exchange tha
dshpped the fruit The Sab-Ex
diange manager makes copy of ac
osaot of sale, deducts the number o
elatr per box agreed upon from th
m- tofthe chbeek, and the bal
a together with the origins
Sllof sale, is sent to the local a
- asodiaton by the next mail. Iti
tow up to the growers themselves
when they will distribute th

Snrv4 As a Warning
It has fllen to the lot of the Port
Rico orange grower to furnish th
growers of oranges in every country
with a sample of what befalls when
too anxious shipper rushes into mar
ket with a product unfit for distri
Jntion. This week there were'som
12,000 or more boxne of the 190
crop ofPorto Rico oranges force
pon an unwilling market and th
result has spelled los to practical
every shipper owning a consignmen
of the fruit landed here, says th
Pruitman's Guide, of New York city
There were a good many boxes of th
mall sises that sold at less than ac
ual cost of freight and cartag
charges laid down in the auction
rooms. The'e was a considerable
percentage that sold at a loss to th
shipper, taking into account freight
packing, picking, and on only a sma
part of the several shipments, it
said, was there any return at all t
the shipper after expenses of tran
portation were paid. The record o
the sale showed a range of from 3
cents to $1.40 per box. This wid
range covered the extremes in bot
good and bad stock. On the goo
fruit sales were 95 cents to $1.30 pe
box as a rule, while the poor stock
sold out at from the low figure up t
80 cents per box. The small pri<
covered stock in the small sizes an
of very pale color.

JA, JehmaHad a Third Term
S Pre MNn., Oct. 11, '08.
r er Tnnaw sa)s s rAs:
I In' youwimeof October 1, your
- tile on "Prom Pauper's Son to
SGOovernor" failed to mention that
SJohn A. Johnson was elected for a
k third tarm to the office of governor
- of Minnesota in 1908 by a large ma-
s jority. This in a state that gave
e Roosevelt a majority of over 60,000,
t if I recollect right. I have waited
L to see if some Minnesotian now resid-
e ing in your state would not make
h this correction.
* River Beacon Lighits and Marks
* The following letter received by
f Com. Lorillard explains what should
e be done to improve our inland navi-
Sgation, and Mr. Lorillard asks the
l assistance of all interested parties.
SOffice of Engineer, Sixth District.
s Department of Commerce and La-
0 bor. Lighthouse Department.
e MR. JAcoB IOIJ-ARD, JR., Titus-
ville, Fla.
Sir-Your letter dated Sept. 15th,
1909, addressed to Senator Ialiafer-
o ro, has been sent to this office for
e action.
. Please submit to this office a full
a statement of what lights and other
Marks are requested in your petition.
i- It is suggested that you lay out on a
e coast survey chart your conception
0 of what aids to navigation are re-
d Iqmued. Please send also a full and
e detailed statement of what commer-
y cial and other vessels utilize these
t waters, and any other information
e bearing upon the necessity of mark-
!. ing the channels.




Sub-Exchange Adds Territory
A special meeting of the Indian
River Citrus Sub-Exchange was held
at City Point Monday afternoon by
special call of Chairman R. B. La-
After the exchange had transacted
some preliminary business, Mr. W.
S. Hart, of Hawks Park. who, with
Mr. Chilton, of Smyrna, was present,
asked that the Smyrna and Hawks
Park Citrus Growers Association be
admitted to the Indian River Sub-
Exchange, stating some very cogent
reasons for making such request.
The said association was unanimous-
ly received into the exchange and
will be allowed a director for repres-
The meeting was a veritable love-
feast with all present, the action tak-
en being mutually agreeable to all
.. A .L

G. M. Anams,
Capt. Corps of Enginewrs, U. S. A.
Engineer, 6th Light House Dist.
Children Cry


Mo Sleep, Mo Beet, No Peace for the
Sufferer from Kidney Troubles
No peace for the kidney sufferer-
Pain and distress from morn to
Get up with a lame back,
Twinges of backache bother you
all day,
Dull aching breaks your rest at
Urinary disorders add to your
Get at the cause-cure the kid-
Dean's Kidney Pills will work the
They're for the kidney's only-
Have made great cures in Titus
J. W. Webber, Main St., Titusville
Fla., says: "I used Dean's Kidney
Pills and can say that they did me
great deal of good. My back wa
very lame and sore and pained me
intensely if I stoolwd or lifted. My
kidneys were weak and on account
of too frequent passages of the sec
retions, I was forced to arise many
times at night. I at length read
about Doan's Kidney Pills, procured
a box and had used them but a shor
time when I felt a great deal better
By the time I had finished the con
tents of one box, the backache ha
become a thing of the past and the
lameness and soreness disappeared
I am now able to rest well, my bad
is much stronger and I fell better ii
every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York. sole agents for the Unite

"'hbwe -- --i-u t nio met
other qdrem at aof tender

slarrig eoaplitypes that desi r ad d I
wc, enwnot l-

ue resqimements R able
to negotiate wes-
ther, as the boats rbwhiche
tenders suarll anchor in the m peter
harbors where the water is rough.
A boat to be suitable for this work
must also be very roomy and of great
carrying capacity, so that designers
have found diffeulty in bringing out
a tender which would meet the re- .
quirements satisfactorily Mr. R.
Ht. Roberton who has charge of the .
boat department at the Charleston
Navy Yard i responsible for the de-
sign of this tender. He has had .t. it f
broad experience in the building and
sailing of all types of boats, and de-
serves great credit for having met e u tUm e
the requirements so fully. RJ. en.t tIo LR, Slenti c Opti-
"The tender with its outfit complete, D eLan., s NEorth Main St., Ltie Ag
weighs approximately 1,500 lbs. It les, Cal., writes:
has a carrying capacity of from 8 to "I was troubled with catarrh of the
10 persons, and together with being ead for many years. It affected my
admirably suited to the purpose for sense of smell, hearing and sight.
which it is intended, its general lines It spent lots of money with doctors
and the use of local applications to re-
present a very pleasing appearance. live me, but to no purpose until my
The length over all is 20 ft. 10 in. attention ws called to the wonderful
The extreme beam is 5 ft. 4 in., the etT fct of Pteruna.
draft 20 in. The bottom of the hull "I must say that I met with most aur-
ilt dory type0 pricing and satisfactory results. Per
o the wat dory te about na took hold of the complaint and drove
wide at the widest part. The hull is it entirely out of my system.

increasing the buoyancy and carry-
ing cal pity.lankd o in. stock. The Albowhg
the method of planking employed od spn of mns e, am
gives the boat more the appearance
of the re gular round bottom launch
a tat o te dory type oe f hess
Sincrearing the buoyancy and carry- -J

gives the boat more the appearance

free board is greater than that of the
usual dory model, especially at the
I bow, giving a very graceful sheer.
"The decks are finished bright in the
natural wood, as is also the coming.
The seating arrangements consist of
transoms running from the forward -
Send of cockpit on each side full
length, to a seat across the stern of
cockpit. The athwartship seat is al-
so provided just forward of the
"A steering wheel on the starboard
coaming opposite the motor makes it
possible for the operator to attend
the motor and reversing lever, and
at the same time control the boat
without leaving his position. A
spray hood is provided which folds
Down fore and aft, and which entirely
encloses the cockpit in bad weather.
"The boat is equipped with a single
cylinder, 2-cycle Bridgeport motor,
having a cylinder bore of 4a in., and
t piston stroke of 5 in., which show,\ed
under government test over 4k h. ii.
r on the brake.
"The motor is a regular stock nimodelI 4
-and drives the boat at 7 miles 1,it ID EA L FE
hour under ordinary conditions. Th is

motor has been found admirably '
- suited for this type of craft, o,- f; BEST AND
count of its simplicity, as well as .
* through the fact that it is capable of
a withstanding severe conditions under Why FERTILIZE CI
s which these boats operate. Its gen- ..... F
e eral design is such that in 'as.- of ,
Y necessity, repairs can be ma le iby the \\. have published a booklet
operator with dispatch, as it is pos- ing under the title, Why F4
y sible to remove not only the exter- It is prepared with the extrer
Sior, but the interior working parts, onsr oolet are ll of there
d without disturbing the cylinder from o
t its foundation, thus making it pos- ow and When to Fertlizel tr
: sible for the operator to take care of rs in t all
d his machine without requiring the Write us for our prices on
Write us for our prices on
e aid of an expert. "just as good" as any, but th
. "A quantity of these boats are now A sides giving you TRUE QUALII
n under construction and they will be
equipped with power as rapidly as
0 they are completed."
), Catalogues of Bridgeport motors ILS N
d __ "Lv- l-.- _- lT _I- . ....


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Fire Insurance

I represet some of the Iasig
Companies of the worId ad a
biomoe etrsted to m wI r
ceive prompt dl -- aaM

Bast Coaus tat eu l

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Are made with the Biliing-
ley Dovetailed Heads.
Any leading manufacturer
can furnish them. If your
dealer cannot supply you
... WriLo ...

Ocala Box Company

All the time, if you pay all your ,.
by check. For you are never -,
ready to spend when you think f
how your balance stands. An a,--
count with
The First National Bank
of St. Augustine, Fla.
Is thus a teach .
er of economy. It turns you int,
saver instead of a spender.

ALL .....

telling the reason for fall fertiliz-
ertilize Citrus Trees in the Fall.
ne care we give to all our ipulicat-
st to all and of benefit to man\

us Trees .0 Why Fertilize Citrus
low to Begin an Orange Grove
ida Soils .
he BEST that can be made. and tw-
TY, we can save yop money

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W sp Its
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Ii.e.e* ewuh ot~c beter

won il sa ad &ft do sum kin
wggi thin ethem ddmg the same kind
ur art add it win m**re
ivpr~rwhh w4 9.pele to wdt the
mew6 sime f M .t 1 56 mopd

safts Ok A
IMu d Im sa Ie In

to the e u
d@i L 7'a"" b oarsis"
Ink.. Intam1y aIaa llu the
L-~ orthe Sssa,
the atCIL In
m--elitke. ad msl~mg
have s idth i wivave wmn
do& thyey .OmeR Dolls=
Mies Wat b Wk to sum for ls f a
Add rsF. J. OHINKY &ACO., Toled ,0.
Hall's F POlls are the but.

allo the stowu-
beig at h al t

SedtMauryof the industrial
talament deo the sale al-
e l reminds tos e spi

Sdit ation my fire "nethn

o1 need. all barri have been

all, are worig odet thoul-
d l the inter t of the city that is
dear tousal andKey Wet wlly obe

alm editorial = of the spiort

1014Wd. &ih6 and p=or, great and
der In te interest of the city that is
dar to as At and Key West will be
rebuilt-a biager and better city
than ever before."


foie IS s. yam I kscved with rObk mo.
'Bee ro

Thtt e Dowr
3.r V. 1Is.r 3sn1 U

W~ PaLmts. su rMe. YsssiDSk m
LadWdL T"mout "N #

essag Emey C4., Chicago or N.Y. bGe

4||iftr AI j- a--

b. seheswhe.
-mrrif t sdulr 'W
dees it" t W eofd ia- ..e.

bas eth trlee 7e-

a -et. es.- u p Sd
-t IBRI It se Ha h ige be
mesltl- -riin Wa-
mnier yOe suld

hIrntebr o hs ldbame Dr.
druggltsIn liu ftT-st

Rad and the rai r att n m
hintea, N. Y. Mentlos thte paper and
rnmBerhthenmne, Dr. Khelaer's Swamp.
Loot, as d the addrem, Bmaghomtsl,
N., Y., on every bottle.

Tonsorial Parlors
Comer Julia and Palm streets, one block eat
from Railway Station

Faohlonabl Hsair Cutting and
GnerMl Barbering
One visit and you become a Staunch Patron
Notice i hereby given under and by virtue
Sem-tions received by me simultaneously,
and ismed oet ofaJudtie's court of the 14th
district of Brvard county, Florida. against
Aebary Waldeu. in which the LaRoche Broas.
are plaint I have levied upon and will ell
tpublic action to the hibhest bidder for
eaia during the legal hours of ale, beginning
at eleven o'clock a. a. on Monday, the first
day of November, 10M. at the tore of La-
Roche Bros., in Courtenay. Florida, one piece
of land known a the Daln property situatel
in 3ourtenay, Florida, obtaining three acres
more or les, the property of maid defendant.
'onstable 14th District.

Medal 4V* Gmva Mete

Our 385 eavy DutY MotNOW
the mWn attet so ve IpnOp
-w Am- d for bi f
commrc~a pipeesA lb. P.
with .snsooutft $140. alt
water ttI $15L

2 &ad 3 OwLO 3 to .30h-p.
060 sad lUpwarrd

Pump force feed lubricator, Cartridge coils on
cylinder, vertical check valve commutator and car-
buretor control on cylinder. starts without cranking.


N Gray Motors are made in the Wrget ad most up4o-dte
plant in the world, devoted exclusively to the manufacture of
marine motors and are guaranteed by a respom altb firm You
take no chances in buying a Gray. Dun or Bradstreet.
Write today for beautiful color eatalog-most complete ever

rlori* dIkepro-mative'We latd



Ha been Creued wlM Phnwonsl leses sInoe 18e, and
is to-day the 8et Ueekehl UInmet on the market.

UNri, e Sc, mL e aS ID A$
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00

RfAse- Al Sian'o e-t.e

500-502 North Sacond Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.

SWn opotd and Imcommobncidss

,-pr~y~gWL-* -. P-98til.---;L 'i-I'~~' IC;L~,lrI-- -c~~-U~-(~I=-~-I-C=

To all

persons subject to Bilious Attacks, Sour


gestion, Constipation, Headache,

Dizziness, Heartburn, Vertigo






or Other

symptoms of a Torpid Liver, WE



It is the Surest, the Safest, the most Speedy and Complete

Liver Tonic and Regulator in the Whole Field of Medicine

It is a marvellous remedy.

dosel brings

Its invigorating effect on a Torpid Liver is little less than miraculous.

improvement, a few days' use cures the most obstinate case.

It acts instantly.

The first

Tired, weak, despondent victims ot a lorpid Liver are

restored almost in a day.


of health.

It cures Malaria, Chills and Ague by destroying the disease germs in the system and
driving them out of the body. Where Malaria is prevalent it is a faithful guardian

It puts the Stomach, Liver and Bowels in such fine condition that the malaria germ cannot exist.
hatthemalri2ge2 c 2no 1

Every home should have a bottle of this great Liver Tonic and Regular. It stands for health for the v
chill season is here and all those who are Constipated, who have a Torpid Liver or Digestive Disorders, will
with that arch enemy of the race. BE PREPARED!! Get in condition at once by taking HERBINE and you

whole family.
surely have
can defy the


PRICE, 50 CENTS Per Bottle.








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the carrying oa of it busine s; and third Sub- ART.I I Seed
Exchanrre hall e empowered to engage in ARTI(LE IX has less pressure on its crank !.arger Lb.arirns. therefore ,-.shes esjier and with leai R
a brokerage, fator, and commission selling That the term for which this Sub-Exchange energy than any ordinary .cycle. The acme of eady hot l wr ; obtained in the
boMaint; to parchae boxes. paper, nails, aud shll exist is fifty years from and after the Ricycl. AI (
other packing material, and sell and dispose of date of its inconroration. 1908 Models ar !huilt with drop forged steel heads. crowns, and seat post clusters.
tr' aer, forwa rdi ng,and ship pii busine r; maing ReC y p cl s nearly as money, material and warlmanship will tcgta
tou me, hold, laa, or otherwise acquire That the offeers of this Sotb Exchange permit. Racycldare shipped -!! o'er thc world. because of their reputation for t !i't ean he
frelghtad a refrigmr or cars, wagons. drays, who shall tramact its bu-imitw shall be durability and easy running. :alvn.,at ze a
truck, hat vesels ad other vehicles, ad a Board of Drectors, a President and a Vine- bilty
the erary motive power and equipment Preident. and mid President and Vice. Hyacint
hLr the are; ad to enage in the trnsporta- Preident. shall also be the Presilent and Com- and SEE the Rcycl and get a FREE Flowering I
tieu ~ma of all ebh products and mater- Vice-President, respectively, of aid Board of *copr dof Ta Three Roeson." ad It03 Catalog. Strawbe
ial, and other eommodities, a may be owned Irectors, and each of them shall, at the time ae old s upgpli
orestroiled byi, Ior Ythe Adition of of filHg said oace, be 1a his own right. a R a8CYC Sold by u pi
ben of thi 8a ,Relnle, I but not a a comr accredited representative of an Asociation ofP Mhave bts c-
mm earrer. and to ehareo for the same. and cltns fruit grown holding membership er- Ial niV V st SoLIC ItUS puroia'lne
to disp of the e me at will; to borrow ad tiete inthis ob-Exchage., ad mustbe ar ei. a
tO lean mu l by or opon mortame oa real Directorin tbheaa And thisb nh ~ r k.r,...ham Ttnrvilla w v a.aiA .' r.e a

Aid Suob etmM mnnses. ...
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AS"= O aaew%"
ftsuenw.II euseI ese mtone membub
A n M tls-a cMh-p -e wMhiC wMill neM.

'm t e of tb eadtis th .mMl- s
m atr temth w. dnlovee *emeuoof e e aam mdu- seha i1

s-as 4 --an umniora.s1 at a2- sssh se"e' th s-- th & & .ss, ft Ctn^aessl .
nslas Resiemto

mm,- ils Ws.. ,.ha. Axal
sI m y P.fte a. i, .W
116 d th cbm !jd6v i saO f Craw l ea amaderwTR71.

aIN at MOt seares ite pneainaateSha. 8or to and sab.bed bere i ey, t1l0 teoda.
the L ,,, ,

AswIaM va ollh ptrdm ad oth apndFloridda 0. WA* o
SrThrt, M hWe thaia riM a is a--s l,~ ~ .", wyie aby duly swe did.u chh Ntary Pubi te.

itdtIt. Cowa. hat eewd, itoso rk o s it Iodre th subz al. .sa
said Io a NblsaeO bireg, nd ay & u-1- yin bretwenall d p mhlay an twledgtAt e id 3

sser`w i mYn ai ds ta ri a poueone tt wsreei a e rmI 1
h eamethastlw ,Teaety to May, oT * M V A T~fl ^
011011118 llis m glr mrat tis dal

ii d irle a all us ote.r ,o.Prod c. owed, Acl for .o, it or

gw tM- oo idbu ttamh g.IrU met of My ss etrr tMa oa db ti
to k I I," re0A ofo its -agga. rbdme ~ ib las mob who ofs tol retired aour in mordert"

ibmc omelo r Mtahars bo me o I m u ntd usthae with ta sh orbe del ti 8 e

whtei M Tr ma e t Ms o Mebr atdver or te memb od 'tt We wl pa h i dl, & hoprieI

to"tlaasyman k n" irsel estrMa bring amr uad awy nlring, ai il W. ri
W..h f.*ai oii* to..u m w^ iy e and lu8 o a.doow>.f.0 AOtl Wil b1tt81 pU Pbo I
Msies sofgtnwr feiteowk e;its b nisiother p eefed te, g m, ir t or thea ...u...... Thisoreo r
o n me etoexmdbloriUdaIt mri e la heraefxuy.t eanm hea dld.Mar, of
d e l T ntmount of ono r G a.

Tha e h w Its xehe sall hbe pwer ad right good wholoe food oyd lore than Od 01hh1
Sl it mt p tM to M l eth rb n eed to fully digt It. Go to your druthgist today, s

gheotandeingm wvof thim rd yk. Oc te ybern. from It. after
Sbin e sM Nierdsh strs hmh r bl egmpashation pas the heade You must U eat in ordertoleand g the entire bottle, the dru-

et i grwerts thr kaId h eneA of DiroExel anll ta streng tht gi t will refnd y to
oe4 aea or tt-w. ai b- aV sad here aMd dete B o ri e thN m t to ida e e of N on P ea w
as tom to aoetord Flathe te lo eomr the i ~th Florid t trs ExeM i Yo e ms t not diet, be us tohe without question ot delay. 'l

id, dt b r a b harl s-ad every of the member body requires that y eat a u We wil aye drugist the

tUs Am.slvhe zehmMe ltred PnIdaX hereeforithwerOihe sha OlMrletiaf.vlliua lnt aot f or0d regularl or
bla aors a pds after a tho Ae o. l ppM- aAhipe ad hadlint ofi the ita fruit o ad oher mou 0 an tregt, of th leat l purchased by you.

AMemtaMdtM frutul owithger rdasroth ropsdeam he i owned, e. ow in, or enesntlld by so the yu oa I This ofner applies to the la i 9
to e s the e aeat of id Frida the members hereof at maber of w t this fd mst be dist

ei imat of ubEx ge ll hae t right to with- d t must be digested thoroughly ony ut e a
itr- ~idt, Md other produce owaMed, grow, dml hs her, it or their at d produce Whn t mah a't n It ml.
am rlId %tu sy the veral eonmlaismme of for may ode year froim tho ub-Exrhanstge a ise an ne l *

cfitreu fIoet soie; that inay eieafter be without penalty, by miin ll writing stoh tbi you must take someth ing that rwill y r te to y)
cem aembee of thrs BEw bchanegd lo as db-Exchae notice within tenc day next held the stomach. We could Dot aford to make suh
fa h the ism to saoid Florida itre of before the manual meetirsthf the meEmee Yo ms o de, b t tor ues i n ltio dena
eaei, cd to breome and tead mesble of thal mmabExhane. tmehat he, h member wato ol t e wle pos tve y

woth tbie Florida Otre Exchange, for Aseha they dbire o to withdraw n Mid frait or other what you want, and rlet Kodol d o what Kodol will do for you.
mets o des e freita ad other lor wn proe f the el but in thatr even, s fo It would bankrupt us
aprmdoet which may ofei fit grower or co. al mo Iber o giving bd rotice, ear to b ee o

trolled by the eAlciation of m t frsit anm temberofthierabrexcehan .ardalights Thes dollarsbottle contaons2et Inr
wers afilatng with and bein members robpexrtanged prilee laeid ub-echaor e W a much as the efty centt bottle.
eof thi anu txchae that may be aw m ied Floni Ci to rd member ol thrupon othn ee cn o ts
by ild Flored or ethease a aid e .o determ ine; provided however, chand te So h s weak it needs he;
iit and ptrce; and to pmay all teh net a nd itot a hereanby agreed a giving t er to you nd to y digest it. Go to your drut theaort,
fmeUtis ay be I o .lde bil tboid Florida b all peror thwe t sall be s eridh al or
itras n etLm aeime andy and el of the ecasoth ciation ofc triut frit hrower. b ad Korodo wl a tiat. of E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.
w'ith, and belaimr l Cers o sobExchange, al of thi lia b exchange withdrawinguis, i ayou t urMn horostl y, th did o o
aoaede awt theae etably oaetween tiu by doroingmoft fruit or produce ownedd, ri l wo\ ry benuldts b rup usr.
**ut ioftm ela f Int, grower, wth thoe grwnd or controled by him, her, it or them. 1O d0 ,y Btnbe0r Dru g to e
ftrll bowe to ollet fAr c ei swociation of thritah any other source than thlroih thsi -s t ste heoarbottl
obf thi s1hi be ingKcane thath mayei bhe ir us wed gist will reri d your mlthere to yoo

eitm tralt srewenr as may become member ub exchange, -s the agent as aforesid of #'
hm aeof, al oee am e-usment r may be aa said Florida Critnu Exchang e or wit Exhholdingot diethe without quiiwceson or del
fuihich way p er; m to payeallesuhasers of -adit s heby agd revedn of die members body reqdy uis that you int r ea o We wll pay the druggist the priat i

eme as ia tthe mr oer eiter of thelm by rida the ame fi o this sub exchange, a ch THE Cu ILD d
acitr aiof the Ametociatiaon of citrus fruit before provided, ral forfit w to thias oub-exf C.fet lwesto hcarg
ao t power who all hereafter become memberidl cnges and fom r hereolquated danyemb erein o futthi st b m

of tho.,b-B-change in all the dealing which (which hereby ttled and determid) to B mallard
tr t or eiter of thi ma ha th- su b exc hange ur che withro rwith d It mut be dieted thoroughly l I t w
toet asio agenr t of sam ch Aarowation of for all citrfruit or other prouitr produce mlyed, t 1 I ola
citrus froit rsfruit grower eafr t ebee owner or contrled, by him, her, it oriti them. s o must t something tt wiln tk
Cn mebert of theis to b-Ex ae n theaur asu theaeb may be. ueritn toe year of id hp te s We could not aford to m
chaeeofr all s neces a a miatrial and euip- wieth drawalr witruholdis aned o with n draw ,n O
mebat for the proe growing, and .sd npidbk. fromf thismeobchane hat irther he, hy e way to do s to eatle ea t
ton packin, od market ngl of citr fruit u a theest and ro to reit a ind f set oan. oer wh annually, the offer made by t ol will do for you
andtr ou citr uroc uad oth te Florida grow d umer fro ths sue, buat in t hat event gest the ood. It would bankrupt u. h
prodeuts which ay be owaned srown. or co. md member so glvingmid uoticeire'tre to bh

roed, fowaor the Aontrcitio ofaid Atrus draw fruit mbor roedu f th ub-esal d .iihte The dollr bl cx-nt tE III
atioersn of cirnl fruit gowes beor i members changer and witheldi th iame In afuresid a th fi
ofAnd that is n order tarry out thbove and and thereby hloased to l air meer mal of th pon -

fosaid na trposeo ther hubo Exchange thsb-e change afterwards wishes to retain now reaT
byha have loridawer, right and privilege tido ir join thrmine; proidhne.ndwexerith tomch s weak it needs help;
frui anddprospoee of all real and personal he donerby e and awith the n deuynty of ou must help It b giving it re, odol I s made t the laborstor wll, wbih may idhe necory or majority of the ioard of ircantoen of thisand odol will do that. of E. C. itt & Co., Chicgo.
to erect o id real etate d c ll ofh buldin e and exchangetio of all penalties tharuit harove rs be -

tructure iluwdiang whaerve and dknls ao ed anginst him. her. itorte thmae thente may ,be/ r&s
Mtht ub-Ehange through its Hoard of ire th. by this bub-exeh nge and i y thie yFloroida
ecator oall deem neerrary or expedient for C itris Exhange, anfd iont opruc vi oly itn ed. Vetch
e tfor e trheprors growing, with tae ,iowni or omth xnged by himfr, her, it or them.y
on, ger to wnlor crolled b saidatus of throaw fruy itor psoduce franthio uh this
atfcitru s fr uitgrsowy become members b exchange, the ldh e as aforesaid of
h areof,nall suc allrmeal an may be as mid Florida Cithu t Exchae. or wmsithholdinl

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5 re OF oMiTATioS.
mIuS PftCPAnt. OCLY my
now Liniment Co.
Wo wft. DrhI' Arcaklill

id aew m 1memloed hy
>L DRI'UaIil4Ts

nd Ca#l eft y
s. A fal.a.
SWheat Oath.

e,. Ea'.ey, etc

o t !' a l '--I ,utt

p1ar't El imu he full t,
nd riu it, aid al" ut
us. Tulips and other
Bulbs, Vegetable and
rry r'I s. Poultry
s aLd Fertilizer.
ier aC.d Tr*neTy h'.Mid
'al I' a .a i. mbe li
s and Wh-"etoO Ieatsr
and ait itfory Farm or
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S*m t t an d gently,
m, k a 6 t4 a of othe
4ttelestial b e

Sthe t wr hifer of

Stolen there is w oaeltht there is
mas to e.ry th eye t the re-
of on earth than tn there
n the heavens, for the desert
a pr o nt d Mne in a silver,
S- itri he, and no limit can
Sbe d 6 its horizons. The
Satol where the sand meets
a I r the riad kaew wheth-
S* r n is ay m ting. In the
*e,0 mn sleep one won-
a r ber the e tlhands of the sky
O' aways just out of reach of those
Sthe ptert, whether there is al-
vs uaer mne to journey and
Sawra anther hill to climb; and,
S-rilag, one drifts into uncon-
a idmss. At dran the light brings
im bn to earth in time to see the
pass up from behind the low
hils, In contrast to the vague
na t the proceeding is rapid and
buineslike. The light precedes its
monarch only by half an hour or so,
and ere the soft colors have been
fully appreciated the sun appears
over the rocks and flings a sharp
beam into the eyes of every living
thing, so that in a moment the
camp is stirred and awakened.-Ar-
thur E. P. Weigall in Blackwood's
Two of Thwm.
Castelar, the most voluble of talk-
ers, was one of a party of twenty
people who sat down at table one
evening, and until the end of din-
ner he talked the whole time. No
one had been able to get in a word
edgeways. This greatly disgusted
M. Delpech, the French cabinet
minister, who was fond of hearing
the sound of his own voice.
At length there came a pause in
the conversation. Castelar was in
the act of rinsing his mouth. Del-
pech seized the only opportunity
that he had throughout the dinner
of placing his little remark. Cas-
telar, with his nose still in the fin-
ger bowl, stared at him with undis-
fuised astonishment. Just before
they rose from the table he turned
to a friend and asked:
"That M. Delpech-is he a law-

"No," was the reply.
you ask ?"
"Because he is such a
chatterbox." said Castelar.

"Why do


What Ailed Tommie.
Tommie was eating walnuts. His
mother cautioned him about eating
many, fearing they would make him
sick. Presently he came in, his
hand on his stomach and a very dis-
tressed look in his face.
"Those nuts have made you sick,
I see. I just knew they would," said
the mother.
"They haven't, either," whined
Tommie. "I am not sick. It's just
my pants are too tight."-Delinea-
The Place For News.
"What Is the latest neway'
"I don't know," answered Miss Cay-
"But I thought I saw you reading
the paper."
a-- .. a-.- _*. -.. b ka n w.lth t hp

A wi str for -eral
ao plms gdot to dslow
S hdI i4 ov to a larger

r pp we have som mutual
costiud Miss
Vw-Mouon know I visited
1l6ti0w several summers a .
r-pponu you know Dolie Wrinkle,
oe father owns a hardware

Burml Dollie was one of my old

"Is that so? What a coincidence I
V me e, what street was it Dol-
U lived uponr?
"Out on Chestnut," replied Gun-
"No, indeed, you are mistaken,
Mr. Guabolt, it was Walnut street.
I can remember perfectly the state-
ly mansion with the magnificent
yard and the beautiful walnut trees
surrounding the home."
"I beg your pardon, but my im-
presion is that it was Chestnut.
Probably the family has moved?"
"No, it was Walnut. Dollie told
me that she had lived in the house
all her life. You see, I visited at the
place and ought to know. She was
so sweet Wasn't it too bad about
her mother dying?"
"Is her mother dead?" queried
Gunbolt, feigning surprise. "She
must have passed away after I left."
"Why, what do you mean? She
died when Dollie was an infant.
Really, Mr. Gunbolt, I don't believe
you ever knew Dollie Wrinkle."
"Well, to tell the truth, Mims
Oreenscout, I never heard of her un-
til you mentioned her name just
now, and I didn't even know Hank-
town was on the map."
"That's my situation exactly,"
responded the debutante supremely,
"I just wanted to get an insight
into yoJr character before our
friendship went too far. Goodby."
-St. Paul Pioneer Press.
The Irreparable Loess.
"What has happened to me?"
asked the patient when he had re-
covered from the effects of the
"You were in a trolley car acci-
dent." said the nurse, "and it has
been found necessary to amputate
your right hand."
He sank back on the pillow, sob-
bing aloud.
"Cheer up," said the nurse, pat-
ting him on the head; "you'll soon
learn to get along all right with
your left hand."
"Oh, it wasn't the loss of the
hand itself that I was thinking of,"
sighed the victim. "But on the
forefinger was a string that my wife
tied around it to remind me to get
something for her this morning, and
now I'll never be able to remember
what it was."-Cleveland Plain
"I'd Bather Die, Doctor,
than have my foot cut offb" mid M. L. Bing-
ham, of Prineeville. Ill.. "bat you'll die from
gangrene (which had esten away eight toes)
If you don't," mid all doctors. Instead he
sed Bucklen's Arnica ~alve till wholly ru red.
Its cares of fever sores, boils, burns and piles
astound the world. 25c at Banner Drug Store.
The Way She Writes.
"My wife s., unique," remarked s
proud husband. "Unique. I saHl
That is the word. It fits lier even
if it is misused as a general rule.

Well, I'll tell you what ihe does.
and then you can judge for your-
self if you ever heard of anything
like it. She writes letters on or-
dinary note paper and follows the
regular folds of the paper, and you
can read her letters without puz-
zling for ten minutes trying to find
what page comes next. Besides
following the regular order of the
pages, she numbers them to make
sure. And I ne\er knew her to
underscore a single word. Now.
then, did you ever hear of a woman
like that ?"-Chicago Inter Ocean.
Up Before the Bar
N. H. Brown, an attorney. ofPittsfield, Vt..
writes: "We have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for years and ind them such a good
family medicine we wouldn't be without

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r the rads which are now
d," be said, "it is of no me to e
ow them, for nobody trawls orw
em, ad as for those which are
good, why do anything to them a-
til they pet bed
Weds 1o oes- the saMl

e hso amo. r wWk a U t es Mr
wemlefl powrw Dr. KAIss Jew Dieser-
*HEr.^Atbrn Wees mm' werMr
"'be b weas ll wom ve. I would
mat taS all them N to voM fr what
It did rmy bI." rlUblefor e ntL ad
loag dimea oer rmth sad .LS. GCkuar
satee uatlseio. Trial bottle fem Baner
Drg Stom..

Touohing the Set.
The grim visaged guest bat gar
ing at the dinner before him in the
restaurant. His eyes were sad, ane
his hands hung limply by his side.
Presently a glad light illuminec
his eve.
"Waiter," he cried, "is there a
chemist's by here ?"
"Yes, sir," replied the knight of
the apron, "across the road."
"Do they seii mustard plasters?"
"Yes, sir," said the waiter.
"strong ones too. They touch the
spot and make it tender." And he
smiled mildly at his little bit of wit.
"'Well," said the diner, "that's
Just the sort I want. Send over for
half a dozen and put 'em on this
beefsteak."--Losdon Scraps.
It is In time of mudden miabap or accident
that Chamberlain's Liniment ca be relied
upon to take the place of the family doctor,
who cannot always be food at the moment.
Then It ia that Chamberlan' Lisniment is
never found wanting. In aem of spraina,
cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain' LUn-
iment takes out the seromand drives away
the pain. Sold be all dealers.
The Lesser Evil.
There are other destructive
forces in nature, and even earth-
quakes have rivals. This happened
at the time of the trembler at
Charleston, S. C., several years awo.
A resident of the shaken city, while
he felt that his duties required him
to remain there to do what he
might for the sufferers, sent his
six-year-old son out of the danger
and confusion to the youngster's
grandfather in New York. Three
days after the boy's arrival the
Charleston man received this tele-
gram from his father: "Send us

your earthquake

and take back your

The peasant purgative effect experienced
by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. and the healthy condition of
the body and mind which they create. makes
one feel joyful. Sold by all dealer.

A Family Affair.
"Cordelia," ordered the teacher.
"throw that gum in the wastebas-
The pupil's face grew scarlet, but
she did not stir.
"If you do not put that gum in
the wastebasket immediately I will
send you out of the room," said the
teacher gravely.
The girl walked reluctantly to
the desk. "I can't, teacher.'" he
confessed. "It's ma's gum, an' she'll
lick me if I go home without it."
-Succece Magazine.
A haripeg Up
May be very well so far as the trusts are ,,ou-
cerned. but not when it conms to chills and
fever and malaria. juit thequinine and take
a real cure-Ballard's Herbiae. Contains no
harmful drugs and is as, certain as taxes. I f
it doesn't cure, you get your money back.
Sold by all druggists.

Just as Good as She.
"John," said Mrs. Parvenu weari-
ly, but with decision, "I must have
a consultation of physicians."
"But, Mlaria," he protested, "you
have nothing but a cold in the
"Can't help it," she answered.
"When Mrs. Brown was sick ladt
winter she had a consultation of
Dhvsicians. and I guess we can af-


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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Humphrys and
son, of Indianola, were calling on
friends in our city Tuesday.
Mrs. A. S. Humphrys spent one
day last week in Cocoa with her sis-
ter, Mrs. J. M. Field.
The cow men have been out in the
woods for several days looking after
Jas. Cannata went down to Geor-
giana on the Mystic Tuesday to look
after his property at that place.
Mrs. James L. Crawford is expect-
ed to arrive in Indianola in a few
It is reported that Mr. S. L. Jef-
fords will return to Canaveral to
make hi. home for the future. Katherine Lansill, of St.
Louis, niece of Mrs. J. R. Field, and
Mrs. King Hardy, a cousin, from
Macon. Ga., arrived last week for a
few days' stay. Capt. Bart Field
took them to Oceanus Sunday. In
the party were Mrs. John Field,
Mrs. John Miot, Mrs. E. Madison,
Mrs. M. Wallace and son, George,
also Misses Winnie Dixon and Louise
Cannata. John Field and Philip
SSchuyler. They report having a nice
time. Miss Lansill and Mrs. Hardy

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After a bad spell las
days, Mr. Pierce fell
Thursday and slept ui
morning, when he awake
and cheerful, quite h
ready for a good break;
I'hamberlain's (uKbgh Remen
iiaU1olas tfir ith c'urlt of ci ,ug
anI influenza. Try it wheu
anta us io harmful su'ktans
gives prompt relief. Sold by a
Soo he* itching skin. Heal
without a scar. (ures pile
rheum. any itching. I)ean's (
drugut sells it.

B sia~am vaatvon-the fiat
tib~tComt) t stt yalte

Mr. attended the
dsiaEd slfra and are now
' vWting Mr. IEdm' brother and
oly in Virginia. Messrs. Morris
Weinberg and oyTrafford are hold-
lag down the bank during his ab-

Mr. and Mrs Henry Briggs and
Mb May Davis visited their mother
several days this week. They have
spent the summer on the Pcific
Most and were on their way to their
home in Palm Beach.
Capt. T. Hall with the Ilaunch
Francis meets the afternoon train
for the convenience of people going
to points on the island.
Mr. and Mrs. Bodifield, of Cleave-
land, Ohio, who usually winter at
New Smyrna, have rented Mrs.
Blair's "Wiwam cottage" at Mer-
rit for the aeon.
Mr 8. W. Baldwin returned Thurs-
day from Tituavile, where she went
as trained narse for Mrs. J. C. Spell.
Mrs. A. J. Davis and son, Joseph,
leave on Thursday for Orlando. The
Davis family have made Cocoa their
home for several years and will be
greatly missed by their friends.
The public dock at the foot of Wil-
lard street is under way, and will be
ready for the winter's traffic.
Mrs. Landis and children who have
visited with her brother, Mr. O. K.
Key and family, for the past two
months, joined her husband in St.
Augustine Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fields went to
Daytona Sunday to look after their
cottage and will make some improve-
ments while there. They expect to
be gone two weeks.
G. F. Paddison, of Eau Gallie, was
in town Sunday be between trains.
Mrs. J. M. Sanders went to Titus-
ville Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs.
E. W. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Conklin, of Lotus,
visited our burg this week.
Miss Rachel Tucker, of Eau Gallie,
came up Sunday and is visiting her
sister, Mrs. C. Greek.
Mrs. H. C. Young left Monday for
Titusvilie to visit Mrs. L. A. Brady.
Senator John Derby returned to
his lovely home in Rockledge Sunday

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L Rdme 1
H. L Nd-. rweahe
o t week. The
*cons for our road"
J ]. lT-Cunr I-
the county road, malin
the school children, espe
Capt. W. H. Reed is
arrive in Titusville Thur
to spend another winter
has been coming to the E
to spend the winter f<
Mr. Geo. Mackenzie4s
leave this week for Orl
he will have a curio sl
Mr. L. Mathers hasju
his new packing house, a
an acquisition to the con
We are all glad to kno
Ralph Stewart can be
Mr. Chas. Stewart and
Brantley, were calling
Mrs. C. L. Stewart Sund
Mr. Joe Harper arrive
to spend the winter witl
Most of our people ar
gardens, and some hav
Mr. Harper visited hi
Mrs. W. J. Ragan last w
Mr. S. A. Osteen and
Lotus, were calling on i
Sunday afternoon.
Misss Maude and Er
spent Sunday with th
Misses Rosa and Bertha
Mr. Booth, of Eau Gal
ing a cistern for Mr. Ma

Miss Eva Owen spent
with her friend, Miss Lou
at Indianola, last week.
Rev. and Mrs. J. H.
from Rockledge last
spend the 64th annivers
wedding with their old
Mrs. A. B. Carter and
Munson were calling o
Lotus on Thursday of las
Rev. Carson, wife an
ones came up Saturday
few days with Mrs. A.
and family, returning o
Rev. Carson will be w
on the tifth Sunday.
night, Oct. 29th, there v
ial at the Munson home.
is invited to come and m
pastor and family.
Mr. E. B. Linderbury
his son, Ray, from Ne
week to spend his vactio
Mrs. Arthur Sims spem
with her parents, Mr. a
B. Carter.
Dr. G. W. Holmes can
see Grandma Munson S
has not been well the la
Uncle and Auntie Hug
ed Tuesday from their 1

is expecting and is the rensedly ter DIHAlRIR(E. I[ writers, viz: Smith Premiers, Remingtons, Mon-
Sold by dnrggi ti in every Iart ,at tile worhnll. archs, Fox, Yosts, Williams, Blickensderfers, etc. at
lw York this Bsu and x 'kAi IMs;. Winslow's Somali-*
n here. ingSyrup,'and take notir. ther kin. ty- prices from $2.50 to $50.00 -:- Second hand Under-
Hive cents a bottle. woods from $50 to $75. -:- New Underwoods, the
nt Saturday machine you will eventually buy, $97.50 and up.
nd Mrs. A. Draying .... Write For Descriptive Circulars....
Drayingor haulingof all kinds prompt-
me down to ly attended to. Meet all trains.
ne Hown to E. HOLTos
unday, who Titusviile. Ma.
,t few ,1,. I -& W. B. Drew Company
st few iays. Ch I I -- r y a
Chess return-
C A S T O R IA "*'*- -- ****--- .l.o..".- ** .-..--
ting several -.-.. .. .. .. -* ..
asleep last
ended, bright
himself, and Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries
;At. at Competitive Prices
h~a. ills.. cnroup MeCALL PATEEINS
L IIn need. It Cechrated for style. perfect fit. simplicity and ALLENHURST, FLA. (HIILOVRa CAIAL
tt' and always reliability nearly 40 years. swld in iCeal,.
ill deale s a eery city and town in the united St:ates 'a;:
Canada, or by mail direct. re Et l;r AI
Sanyother Snd forir, c lo. c EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
s cuts or burns MeCALL'S MAAINEt
. ecZtlma. salt More subscribers than any oLther fa d g
intent. Your magazine-million a month In. Iaita .cl.. t
est styles, patterns, rcSmal.Lr:, r....n rI
plain seinn, fancy need cwo: k. h.Airdr. ,
etiquette, good stories, etc. On y tAb r L m :B a
CrY year (worth double), including a free p.:" n.nd i
C r y .... ._pea n ..ewn..g. .....n ...y.. ._ -- -- .. --e . . ..

*ws Hk. Aryoprdi, vu t g4Isl ... .i,__i ...

ftboair.air"f** CePUr 1 2-.LARGEST AND OLDEST AN W TU1
ed -bk Maci every way. New boe aINow dsM on .eihs.
hae the beat commaw Ask your st *u- i6--
show i tO you, " ew. *d" ,o onut .- aff

mially in wet _h__w_ a i fta~LA_ _T__LTi__t4

expected to h llMt t r
day the 22, As vwe n ow k, our mew Hair Vigor t
with u.. He does not have the sghtest elect upon
banana river the color of the hair. You may use it ,, --
or abouut28 out fear of changing the color. Stops
falling hair. Cures dandruff. Pritd
,expected to ---I" e.C.A.... .w- -..- Jas. P tchard & Son
ando, where 3BAU GATrTTlR
hop for the A. B. Whilden and family arrived Handle the Finest Lines of
Monday from Tituaville where they
r have been for a month. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
t completed Mrs. Steele, of Jasper, arrived Sun-
mt impuiete day on a visit to her sister Mrs. Our Sk
ndit is quite Whilden. Our -
ow hat Mr. Those. Shelly, ofSt. Augustine, Guns and Sporting Goods
on the boatwas a visitor in town Sunday. c
on the o Mrs. Mooney and daughter, of Co- I m plete at all times
I family, of coa, were in town Sunday. -- __
family, of S
on]Mr. and Rev.J. T. Carson and family spent
lay. several days at Georgiana this week.i and Of

d last week Mrs. L. A. Peek, of Melbourne, one of our Specialties
h Mr. W. J.was calling in town Tuesday. ___
h Mr. Mr. Calder and family of Fort
Pierce, spent Sunday with Mrs. Cal- Quotations for large or small orders will
e putting in der's mother, Mrs. T. J. Shave. be given personal attention. Mal Orders
e beans up The M. E. parsonage was complet- elicited and promptly filled
ed last week. It was built by C. C.
s daughter, Houston, and is one of the finest resi- V XI
eek. dences in town. Rev. Carson and
family, of family moved in Wednesday.
friends here The lawn tennis club met at the
homeof Mrs. E. B. Taylor Monday E. L. BRADY & BRO
mma Ragnevening. t Suna fo Co.
e e Tucker left sunday for o Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Prodcts
Se war trie o|f toU | d

coa to spend several weeks. We handle prod -re of all kinds. We are agent's for Ms1pe4 F' We. dl. eI lusvlrhl
., On November 3rd an education in the above lin~"eof goods and solicit the trade of all e oi...i'!ie snie .i for pricva ,o
lie, is build-ally wil be held here at the school "ii all (rocries, delivered at your station. E I.. HKAI)Y & Hk)o. TrTI l-r11.I.
others, rally will be held here at the school _
t house. Hon. Wm. M. Holloway, D. H SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELl.. Registerrd i'hrmacit
A state superintendent of public in- B A NE DR U STO

ui s e C an att b e h k i c o p ^ ^-

White came cussed ticaby these menproblems who stand highs- Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Tuesday to in their profession. This is a fight Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
Tea titeposo Th iafhhaven't in stock
ary of their for the boys and girls of Florida. haven't in stock
friends and Every man, woman and child invited B. C. Edwards W. H. Ford
to be present. Don't forget the date T I U I fV LE C O .
Mrs. F. W. and let the school building be filled T IT U SV 1L LL 1 E C O .
Friends in with people. It will be a treat to all ure ce Manufactured from Distilled Water
st week, who avail themselves of this oppor- Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points on the Florida East Coast
d three little tunity.
and spent a lh in ,.hji;< j..hi,,. t to r,.| is; ; --'
A. Baldwin s ur i nedic in sa of. the i. prh.t arl t 'lh e i i aa .. ,1[.., ,
n Tuesday's r('hsn n n.umed .,y is Miv. t SECOND H A N D I
onei or fV4n after t'h oiigxh hast ajeaaren. it
will prevent l the attack. (',,ataais so p oat-i ln.
ho::e. H. W. M. H y DH RI .....TY PE WRITER BAR GAINS
ith us again hl hIay all dealers E T D ?TT ? D AT O
On Friday Chidren Tee.thing, TYP W IT JAIIAII
will be a soc- MaI wlsNLow'. $OT|| N., SVEI ha ,. ,
Everyone ,n... ,,t for V :Av.,us M,.s 82.50 A lVTD U.1P
Every one ,MTE, tear their ('HIl.l)REN WHILE
teat the new T'ErErIll(;. with PERFE "Trs't'ssE it *
S N rH k the CHILI.FrENS the ( FI'.M | da
tALLAYS all P ; ('l t WI (i or the ten days we will offer our second hand Type-

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