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Mr I r and and Mrs Dunluuu of De Detroit Detroit Datroit ¬
troit Mich arc staying at the theBarber theBarber theBarber
Barber House They came herefrom here herefrom herer
r from the interior and will remnirsome remain remainsome rl mtin mtinsome
some timeMiss time timeMiss timeI
I Miss Jesse Roper of New Smyr Smyrna ¬
na spent a few days visiting with withGenie withGenic uitlGenie
Genie Swartengreen at the Barber BarberHouse BarberHouse 13arbethouse
House HouseMr HouseMr houseMr
Mr L Rouse Mr Ir MoGrady andMr and andMr 11 < 1 1Mr
Mr Stolworthy started in a row rowboat ro rowboat i iboat
boat to visit Browns 13ro tns plantation plantationabout plunlutionabout pltu1tatiottabout
about four miles down the river ri vcr an anto anto anto
to make a short cut went through throughGalilcsia throughGalilcsia throughGalilesia
Galilcsia Creek but in its many manybranches man manbranches manybranches
branches got lost and the water fell fellso feil feilso fellso
so low 10 that they had to get out and andwalk nndwRlk andwalk
walk in the mud and pull the boat boatalong boutalong boatalong
along until they found deeper water waterIt wutetIt waterIt
It was us so late when they finallyreached finally finallyreached linullyI
reached the river Unit they returned returnedhome returnellhome returnedhome
home each vowing to the other othernever othelnevcI othernever
never to tell But good jokes always al always always ¬
ways leak out outThe outThe outPie
The young people had a dance danceMonday dncI danceMonclay
I i Monday night at the AtlanticHouse Atlantic AtlanticHouse AtlanticHouse
House The ferry brought over a alarge at at
t t J large number of boys from New NowSmyrna NewSmyrna
° Smyrna They The all had a nice time timeand timeand timeand
and the music was splendid splendidMr
Mr 11 r Stolworthy Stolworth wife and cia laugh laughter laughter ugh ughter ¬
f I ter from New York are located in inone inf inone
f one of Lawyers cottages on Flag Flagler FlagIeI Flag1cr
ler avenue avenueMr avenueh avenueMr
Mr h William and Gilbert Web Webster 1Vebster eb ebI ebstcr ¬
ster returned after an extended extendedtrip extendedtrip extendedtrip
trip to the west coast Mrs Gil Gilbert GilI Gilbert ¬
I bert Webster will return home in a afew ufew afew
few days with her baby daughter daughterfrom daughterfrom daughterfrom
from Brooksville BrooksvilleThe
The stewards of the M E Echurch Echurch Lchurch
church were trying to collect for a asmall aI asmall
I small debt our visitors responded respondedso respondedi
i J so generously that the debt is no nomore noImore nomore
and families familiesof
Imore more The members
< of Coronado extend thanks to all allI allthose allthose
I those who helped usEveryone us usEveryone usJ
J I Everyone is feeling very cheerful cheerfulin
in Coronado for Tuesday morning morningwork morningwork morningwork
work was started on the draw drawbridge dra draI drawbridge
I bridge and soon we will be ready to towelcome toI towelcome towelcome
I welcome all who choose to come to tosee tosee tosee
see the old ocean oceanMr oceanI oceanMr oceanMr
Mr and Mrs Gray from St StLouis Stl
l Louis Mo are comfortably located locatedat
1 at the Atlantic House and Mr MrGray tI Mrj r rI
I Gray is determined to land a bass bassare hassI
I I j n ore he quits trying tryingtjss tryingi
1 Miss i tjss ss Rice from Richmond Ky Kywas KyI
i I t t was suddenly called home by theI the thedeath
I 1 t death of a very near friend She SheJ Shewas
J 1 was visiting with Mr and MrsCarse Mrs MrsCarse lrR lrRCarse
Luke Webster and an Rachel hiss hisssister hisssster hissn
n sister had an oyster roast and clam clambake clambake clami clambake
Wed Wednesday WedI i eci ecii
bake on the river shore last ¬
i I i nesday night They invited all allthe alli allf
i the young folks and many man of our ourvisitors olrt
r l visitors VISI t ors It was a grand gran d successand success successand successa1
and a1 a treat to them all Luke is isJ i ionly isonly
J only a small boy bo but he can get the thep theOi theoysters
I Oi OiI I p oysters oystersMrs oystersMrs oysterst
Mrs L 1 Rouse while calling on onfriends onsuddenly onfriends
friends last Friday afternoon was wasI wasL
I L suddenly taken ill on the street in inI In InJ inzj
I front of the Barber House H OUC Mrs MrsImBarber 1lrstic I rs rsy
tic y ImBarber Barber put Mrs Rouse to bell and andf andal andit
al l f Called 1 aped the doctor We are glad to tostate toti
ti 1 state that it was nothing serious seriousand seriousIt seriousand
It and Mrs Rouse is up and around aroundagain aroundh
h again againj
l j 41 Mrs J H Vrooman left Tuesday TuesdayW TuesdayH TuesdayfPr
H W fPr pr Mt Dora to visit her mother for fora
a week or moreMr more moreMr I IMr
Mr Taylor Mr Harris and MrComelison Mr MrComelison Mrl MrlCornelison
Comelison went over to DeLand DeLandatid DelandI DeLandand
I and a d spent a few days visiting with withMr withI withMr
I i Mr Taylors T ylors brother who has a acottage af acottage
f cottage and small grove The The4tkmen Thet
t t 4tkmen Jemen had a pleasant trip tripB tripi tripwY
wY i 1 frhe fl B rhe yacht Mountaineer tr Mountai i ee owned owncdff 1 1v
< v I Mr Mr Carr from Virginia got gotfi gott gotJi
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t fi j l to the sandbar in front of Mr Mrme Mrf DIretwilers
f f 1 etwilers and had to wait for forI foriJ
iJ r iih tide then Mr Harold Vroo VrooI Vrooan
I I an helped them get loose Mr MrX Mrrr
X rr Wife dau daughter hter anr1 son spent spentt1De spentme
t1De me few fewdays fewdaysrthe days rthe the Barber House Housefore Housetl Housefore
fore foreiosng going onto on to Daytona Daytonai
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Chemical Nutrients Not Suited to th thHuman the theHuman thHuman
Human Stomach Stomachlu
lu these days du s of concentrated foods foodsprepares foodsprepRleti foodprepared
prepares from natural sources such ai aicondensed as ascondensed uscOluJensed
condensed and dried milk llIk concentrat concentrated ¬
ed albumen beet extracts etc there thereseems tbereseems thereseems
seems to be a tendency to sacrifice sIcrl ce thepleasures the thepleasures tbeplensures
pleasures of the table to convenience convenienceportability convenienceportnblllty convenienceportability
portability and time saving tmIII and the thequestion theql1cljUon thnquestion
question might arise Would It be pos possible Pssible possuite ¬
sible for us to exist CII t entirely entlrel on nrtlll nrtlllBin IIrUtgllli artitlplttl
Bin gllli I food foodAccording foodlAccording 1 1According
According to Francis 1 Marre It ap appears 111pelUs uppears ¬
pears to be Improbable that this con consummation consummation eonsummation ¬
summation whether devoutly < to be bewished U UIshell bewished
wished or not will come Into effectThe effect effectThe effectlho
The human stomach Is not merely a achemical acllemlcnl achemical
chemical laboratory but also a creature crea creature cre cretUle ¬
ture of habit that calls for work It Itdemands ItlIul1ds Itdetnamds
demands lIul1ds a certain bulk 1m II of material materialout
out of which tin Intestines can take taketbe tl1kctlJe takethe
the nourishing constituents while re rejecting r rjlcUlig reJeeting ¬
jecting the innutrltious As soon as asthe Ilfltho asthe
the intestines are relieved 01100 < 1 of the ne necessity liecesslt necessity ¬
cessity cesslt of seeking out the necessary necessaryand necossnr necossnrml necessaryturd
and ml rejecting the unnecessary portions portionsof
of food the digestive < function Is sup suppressed HUIlreRwd suppressed ¬
pressed Further Iu rt her certain bacteriannmt bacteria bacteriamust bacterinmust
must be Introduced into the digestive digestivetract digestivetract < 11elthcUlIcl
tract whose cooperation coolOra lion Is absolutely absolutelynecessary I1llolutellI absolutelynecessary
necessary lI to proper assimilation of the thefood thetoo thefond
food too < 1 Chemically pure artificial foods foodswould foodswould foodswould
would be free from all bacteriarue bacteria bacteriaThe lJRctcrluflw
The human system Is accustomed to tobo tobo tobe
bo nourished by h various kinds 1111 < 19 of ail ailments nlluumts allmeats ¬
meats uo one of which Is alone sulH sulHclcnt sulkcleat i iclent
cleat to promote life In order to imi imitate luitate ¬ I Itn
tate tn te these constituents tho chemical chemicalfoods chvmlcnlfoods chemicalfoods
foods would have hn e to bo prepared In an anextraordinary 1111cItraoldhHUY anextraordinary
extraordinary degree of variety and andcomplexity tllulcomJllexlt andcomplexity
complexity Eating fn tlng Is not merely a amatter amatter amatter
matter of introducing into the system systema
a certain weight of materials which whichwill whichwill IMh IMhwill
will develop a certain number of heat heatunits heutullits heatunits
units The reception and digestion < of offood ottood offood
food must be accompanied by b a cer certain certaln certali ¬
tain degree of pleasure in order to per permit pelmlt perwit ¬
wit it to be properly assimilated Experiments Ex Experiments Experlments ¬
periments made with a dog show thatthe that thatthe thntthe
the secretion of those stomachic juices juiceswhich juiceswblcb juiceswhich
which are necessary necessnl to the commence comtneneemeat commencement cOlllmeucemeut ¬
meat of the digestive processes proc sses ceases ceasesImmediately ceasesimmediately ceasesimmediately
Immediately and remains absent dur during durjag III IIIIng ¬
ing several hours as n soon as a feeling feelingof
of displeasure Is excited In the animal animalScientific n animalScientific nlmCtISc1eJJtlflc
Scientific American AmericanWASTE AmerlcnllWASTE AmericanWASTE
How the Efficiency of a House Furnace FurnaceMay FurnaceMay FurnaceMay
May Be IncreasedLast Increased IncreasedLast IncreasedLast
Last winter nn auxiliary hot water waterheater waterhea waterheater
heater hea tcr In conjunction with a hot air airfurnnco nlrfurnncc airfurnaco
furnnco was put in operation In a resi residence residence restlence ¬
dence which demonstrated that the theefficiency theefficiency theefficiency
efficiency of the old type of house househeating housebeating househeating
heating furnace could be materially materiallyincreased materiallyIncreased materiallyIncreased
increased and the coal bill thereby re reduced reduced roluced ¬
duced says Popular Mechanics Ashe As Asthe Asthe
the he latter seems to be the chief object objectof
of f the maker nllll < er a description < of tho plan planmay plnnmay planmay
may not come amiss for many that thatown thatown thatwn
own wn furnaces furnacesThis turnacesThis furnacesThis
This heater not only gives some something something something ¬
thing for nothing by using a waste wasteI wnstlIIIMH
IIIMH nv o +
I PLum CONNECTED WITH ItAKOE UOIEH nomEuproduct UOIEHproduct nOILEllproduct
product but wakes possible the warm warming warmIng warmlag ¬
ing up of exposed rooms balls etc etcalso etculHo etcalso
also when gas stoves are used for forcooking forcooking forcooking
cooking and have no water back connections con connections connectlons ¬
nections can be made to the 110 house houseservice housoservice houseservice
service boiler furnishing an ample unaplesupply amplesupply amplesupply
supply of hot water at till times timesThe timesThe timesThe
The sketch shows the device installed installedfor
for use in connection with a range rangeboiler rungeboUer rangeboiler
boiler A threequarter Inch brass brasspipe braBspipe brasspipe
pipe which is easily bent Is coiled colledand coUcdIlnd coiledand
and placed in the smoke flue of the thefurnace thefurnace thefurnace
furnace and connected < 1 to the water watersupply watersuppJ watersupply
supply and the radiators or hot water waterboiler wllterboller waterboiler
boiler or both In n this case it is used usedfor usedtor usedfor
for hot water supply only as a gas gasrange gasrange gasrange
range Is used for cookingThe cooking cookingThe cookingThe
The smoke pipe is short and only onlyseven onJyseven onlyseven
seven inches in diameter and tbe coil coiltakes colitnkcs coiltakes
takes up a large part of its cross sec sectional sectlonaJ sectional ¬
tional area As tbe draft Is strong strongthis strongthis strongthis
this loss of area does not prevent sat sati liltIsfnctory satlsfactory
i Isfnctory operation operationIt
It must be remembered that tbe coil coilshould colishould coilshould
should be placed pl ced between tbe furnace furnaceand furnaceand furnaceand
and the check damper as the cold air airadmitted airadmitted airadmitted
admitted by this damper will decrease decreasethe decreasetbe decreasethe
the beat absorbing capacity of the thecoll tbocoli thetoll
Automatlo Cresting Crollln Gates QattiAn Oatln GatesAn
An n automatic grade crossing gate gatehas gatehas gatehas
has recently been installed < 1 on the theMontreauxBerneso tbeMontreaurBerneso theMontreaux
MontreauxBerneso Montreaux Bernese Oberland electric electricrailroad electricrailroad electricrailroad
railroad Iti Switzerland At a certain certaindistance certaindistance certaindistance
distance from the grade crossing a aparallel aparalleJ aparallel
parallel line close to the main trolley trolleywire troJJe troJJewire trolleywire
wire is connected with the power by bymeant bymean bymeans
meant of tbe trolley bow This ener enerfixes cnerrlR8 energltses
fixes the motor which lowers the gate gateacrqgs gateacrols gateacross
across the highway At the same time timeit timer timeilE
it J JI
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ah electric b lcTJts libli eTJ Is Bounded fl und d and H conpli conpliof conpleot coup coupof
of electric lights are lighted as aswarning t twarning n nwarning
warning that a car is approaching approachingThe npproacbinThe
The gates ates are lowered In about twenty twentjleconds twentyeconds twent twentseconds
seconds After the car has passed theare the theare tbey tbeyare
are raised by a counterweightHeart counterweight counterweightHeart counterweightHurt
Heart Disease DetectorBy Detector DetectorBy DetectorB1
By means of an Ingenious combinttion comblna comblnatlon combtDlItlon
tlon of the stethoscope microphone microphonephonograph mlcropbonephonograph microphonephonograph
phonograph and galvanometer a Dutct Dutctphysiologist DutcbpbYlllologllt Dutephysloiogist
physiologist obtains a pHotographirecord photographic photographicrecord Ihoto rupblc rupblcrecord
record of t the heart beats It Is claim claimd claImed clamned
ed d that the photograph not only shows showsthe showstlH showthe
the skilled operator when the heart id idunsound tlllnsound I Iunsound
unsound but tells him the diseaseBONE disease diseaseBONE diseaseBONE
Remedy For Form of Consumptloi ConsumptloiDiscovered ConlumptlonDllcovered ConsumptioDiscovered
Discovered by Accident AccidentKemurknblc AccidentRernurknble AccidentRemurkable
Kemurknblc results lu curing tuber tuberculosis tuberculosis tuberculosis ¬
culosis of the boues demonstrated In Ina ina t ta
a five weeks trial at the Home For ForDestitute FoDestitute 1 or orDestitute
Destitute Crippled Children CHlcagcturned Chicago Chicagoturned Cblcagoturned
turned the attention to a treatment treatmentdiscovered trentment11Iscoored treatmendiscovered
discovered by b Dr Emil Beck of that thatcity thutcity thucity
city The treatment which promises promisesto
to bring relief to n largo lt1r o percentage percentageof
of sufferers from this form of the thegreat tbegreat th thgreat
great white plague is simplicity It Itself itselt itself ¬
self and consists for the most part in intilling InIHllng it ittilling
tilling the cavity ct1lt caused by b the dis disease disease ls lscase ¬
ease with a f metallic salt bismuth bismuthsubiiltrate bismuthBUbllitrate blsmutlsubnitrate
subiiltrate combined with a basis o ovascline of ofvaseline otrnsel1nc
vaseline vaselineThe rnsel1ncrbe vasclineho
The ho discovery was Incidental to an anX unX atY
X ray photograph of a little invalidThe Invalid InvalidThe Inrnlld1be
The solution was applied to fix the theoutline tbeoutl1nc thtoutline
outline of tubercular abscess and be being beIng belag ¬
ing left In the cavity ctlt proved a healing healingagent heal1ngIlgent bealiniagent
agent agentIn IlgentIn agentIn
In five weeks twenty out of forty fortycrippled tortycrippled fortycrippled
crippled chl1 children < 1reu were cured by the thetreatment tbetrentment thetreatment
treatment The formula contains thin thirty tblrty thinty ¬
ty grains of bismuth subnltrate com combined comblUet cornblued ¬
blued with sixty grams of vasellueThe vasellue vaselineTie vaselluerho
Tie puste so formed is solid at thetemperature the thetemperature thetemperature
temperature of the body but If a fever feveris I IIs
is induced will 111 run out of the cavity cavityAs cavityAs
As the healing continues the mixture mixtureIs
Is absorbed absorbedLengthens absorbedLengthen absorbedLengthen
Lengthen Life Life of Lamp LampA Lamp LampA
A recent issue of the ElectricalWorld Electrical ElectricalWorld
World contains a description of a form formof formot formof
of elastic suspension for the metallic metallicfilament meta111clnmeut metallicfilament
filament of an incandescent lamp for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which a patent has been granted to toPaul toPauJ toPaul
Paul Druseidt of Ilcrascheld Germany GermanyA Germanyglass
A glass carrier for the filament spiders spidersis
is supported at each end by spiral spiralsprings spiraJSprings spiralsprings
springs and the leading in wires are areconnected areconnected areconnected
connected to the filament by the Intermediary inter intermediary Intermediary ¬
mediary of a spring or similar flexible flexiblearrangement flexlbJoarrangement flexiblearrangement
arrangement Side supporting springs springsmay springsmny springsmay
may also be used It is stated that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these springs sprin have n cushioning effect effectupon effectupon erectupon
upon the filaments and greatly length lengthen ¬
en the life of tbe lamp particularly particularlyas
as they absorb vibrations and prevent preventfriction preventfriction preventfriction
friction and breakage of the filaments filamentsin
in their retaining retnlnln elements or hooks hooksFor booksFor hooksFor
For this reason a larger lar er number of re retaining reo reotalnlng retanning ¬
tanning hooks than at present employed employedcan
can be advantageously used usedTo usedTo usedTo
To Weld Horn HornThe HornThe HornThe
The two pieces of horn are moder moderately moderately rnoderately ¬
ately heated and the edges that are to tobe tobe tobe
be joined are carefully scraped to anexact an anexact anexnet
exact fit The horn pieces are then thengrasped tbengrupel1 thenhasped
grasped with well heated pinchers theedges the theedges theedAcs
edges well warmed and quickly and andforcibly andforcibly andforcibly
forcibly pressed together Polish with withtripoll withtripoli withIrlpoll
tripoli and water waterGerald wnterGeralllYou waterGeraldYou
GeralllYou Gerald You talk to me as if you youthought youtbol1Kht youIbought
thought 1 was ns a fool foolGeraldlne toolGC1aldlneJ foolGeraldineI
Geraldlne I thought you wanted me meto meto meto
to to be perfectly frank with you youWaterproof youWaterproof ou ouWaterproof
Waterproof Mitts MittsThe MittThe MittsThe
The five or ten cent cotton mitts mittswhich mittswhich mittswhich
which are so largely bought by work workingmen workIngmen workingmen
ingmen may be waterproofed by dip dipplug dipln dipilug
plug ln them lu melted paraffin or It a athinner athinner athiutaer
thinner coat Is preferred and only on onthe 011tbe onthe
the palm of the mitts melted paraffin parafllnmay paraffiDma paraffinnay
may ma be brushed over their surface surfaceFor surtaceFor surfaceFor
For handling damp bricks for worklug work working workIng ¬
ing with plaster or cement paraffin paraffinmitts paraalllmitts paraffinnltts
mitts are far superior to tbe original originalWomen originalWomen originalWomen
Women will find them valuable when whenscrubbing wbellscrubbing whentcrubbing
scrubbing floors setting out plantsand plants plantsand plantsIInd
and so forth Leather gloves for use useby usemy leeb1
by my farmers in hauling damp corn fed fodder todder fedler ¬
der or any material that is wet may maybe mayhe mayto
be to waterproofed in the same way wayThe wayIhe wayrue
The coating of paraffin may be re renewed reonewed rerevved ¬
newed as often as the surface needs it itMitts ItMItts itlsitts
Mitts and gloveseven boots for ditch ditchers dltcberstrellted ditcharatreated ¬
ers erstrellted treated with paraffin last longer longerbecause lonierbecause longertecause
because tecause the water can do them littlelamage little littledamage littledamage
damage The comfort the wearer ex experiences erperiences exterlences ¬
periences by using waterproofed mitts mittsor
or > r gloves says the Scientific Amen American Amerlcau Amenan ¬
can an far outweighs the bother of meltng melt melting meltInl ¬
ing ng and applying the paraffin paraffinCurt paramnCure paraffinCurs
Curt For Tuberculosis Tubtreulosisi TubtreulosisA i
A mining journal published atcran atcranton ut ntcranon cran cranton
ton on has been calling attention to the thecurious tbecurious theurlous
curious fact that in coal mining com communities communities cornnunities ¬
munities there is a marked deficiency deficiencyin
in n the mortality from tuberculosis as aacompared ascompared asornpared
compared with that of other localities localitiesThis localitiesTbls localitiesChls
This is a phenomenon that has also alsobeen alsobeen alsoseen
been seen observed in Great Britain and andattention IIndattellUon andttention
attention has been drawn to it by B BH BB
H 3 Thwalte According to Mr Thwalte Tbwaltehe Thwaltetbe Tbwattethe
the he effects noted may be due to the thephysiological thephysloJoglcaJ thehysiological
physiological effects of carbon monox monoxide monoxIde monoxde ¬
ide de for he finds that men engaged engagedabout engagedabout engagedbout
about blast furnaces and gas producers producersare
are re peculiarly free from tuberculosis tuberculosistrouble tuberculosistrouble tuberculosisrouble
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