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PALATKA NEWS, OCTOBER 17, M Kmlnln MysWry, Another thing If it Is true that birds of a feather flock together, why floes a pigeon-toed girl wear ostrich tips? Calveston New. COUGHING Keep coughing: that's one way. Stou coughing: that' another. . To keep th" ce 't: do nothing. Tottop-thu cot:.':. : Ai-er's Cherry Pectoral. KniJ for V j years. Ask Vow IVn -. 'i '"y1'"- WHIRLING BODIES They Invariably Tend to Point to the Pole Star, SCIENCE AND SPINNING A TOP. For Sale Horn e:i uned Ton.a'oes, etc. Hand packed nnd thoroughly cooked under team pressure. No Hslze rnmutoc No. s? si xm IVms Jm. H 8l. i'uars No. sizu ri-m-s. swi'iU-iiLMi. 'J sue hmirr Kniut .No. ii .tiac ftuuer jvmui .?li,v t'f do. . l.tiO KT doz. . per no. . .n.' pt'i tin i.'J . ,.! lil.. . .in per . . . . l.io per itti. F. O. B. MinnviHe, Fla. EDWARD L. MANN M NNViLLE . ' - FLORIDA Notice of Masters9 Sale I'lllll. I' an.) I'y viiluo til a liiinl de. e iil Uhi .'ii tiuii ami s,n. leiaioi ill ilia 1" in uit .'nun ol ."- Iomi.i. i' l a u i ti'iui . 1 1 1 u. I in ii' s,, j l,ori- u... in and lor I ' u t n i i . "mi nl , ,n Cltaiic.o, uy me. lioiioiann ,l. 1. Wills, Ju..rit' "i feaai Omri, ua..u the liis-. ua.. ul' iiiiuutr, A. II. j;i.o wherein C. At. Klselnan is folupiaia.ua. aad . ii. Stearns Cut h.. i m.. Km,., .1. i'un lenny ami W. s. ili.il i on, an- i. 1 nu Hilts, 1 will Hell at pul. lie auction fur cash to the highest and best bidder, at the Mont door of the Court House in 1'a lutka, Florida, in said County of l-ut-nam, on the llrst -Monday iiiNovciu bcr, A. P. l!l!;l, same h,in:r tlio 3rd day of November, A. I). J!I13, ilurin.. tile legal tioius of sale on that da the follow inn hits, pieces or parcel. i of land, lying and biini; in the Coun ty of I'utnain and Statu of Florida and and being more particularly de scribed as that certain let or parei i of land, being a part of lot numb', live (51. in Section three (3), tovvr. Ip twelve ' 1 i . south of riinu. twenty six (ill) Easi. beginning at the southeast corner of said lot num ber Ave f)), and running thenc North along the Kust boundary ol said lot. twenty three (L'li) rods; tlu-ne. West sixty-nine anil u S-l I'Olh (liil am, 56-100th) rods; thellee South twent;, three (23) rods to the North boundary of the Antols Friay lor Triay) Grant, thence Kast along said North bouti dary sixty nine and f.i-lMiith i f.u an: aiMiiiitti) rods, to the place of beiiin ningi, enntaiuinir ten (111) acres. mnr or less, lieing a part of certain trai or parcel of land which Frank M. I.e bo and Martha J. l.ebo bis v.ii'e, dud ed to Jeremiah 1'asterlield. Dcccnibci ('th, 1 SSI. recorded In the fount., clerk's oillce In 1'alutWa, County of rutnam, Slate of Florida, in Hook "N ' of Conveyances on panes 3n!i-:! I ti-:: 1 1 And from Jeremiah Pnsterli-!d an,' wife to tieorgc Hammer by deed dat ed May 23rrt, lss3. recorded in IIool "V" of Conveyanei s on paui s 3n2 and 3S3, And from f.enrm Hammer b deed to Charles R. Thorne. dated July !th. 1SS5. recorded In Hook 7 of Con veyances on pities N5.x;-.7. Also n certntn tract oi land ileeiled froiv Wlllililll P. PaaterfleVI to Mary V Klm tlipll, Jnnllftiy It ti. IS piel reeorde I In Book ail. pioje 2-':t. I'll' nam County, Kim'i'lii. Alsoil nfeceof bind deeded Ir.uli Cliarles . Piisterfteid to Marv W. Klmmt-I'. .laioi!.-' 17th, is nnd recorded In Knok Sspae 27" records Putnam County, Florida. Aisi. piece of land deeded from J. Pnsterfje! nnd wlteto Mrs. M. W. Klllllllell, June It!' l':92, and recorded In liock ''''- paue 7l rec nrde of Putnam County, Floilda. Alo a' the tttlennd Interest in land ment ioned Ii in. agreement between lieorye A. Unles n n-; KIIZRhctli P. (lutes to M. W. Kimmell, n-, sist. IKH2,iind ri'eonied In look "('"or Aaivc tnentsiii paiie li;n i jrds of I'uinani Coun ty, Florida Haul lands helm; d.ede.l le Mnry V, Kltnniell and Albert W. Kltn,ee' to ?. 1. Foster, liv deed dnled Heptombi" Jflth, 1MI,", and recorded In liook 3" oai:!,' :U'7 n Putuiim County, Florida. And also those certain parcels of Inn known on the niapor Bee. -herns l.oisli'.: Hi and is. of tllock 111. ami l,ots l;;aud 1 In Block all, and Lot lln lilnck i. Also those eerlaln parcels of lanil de scribed lis Lots 1 nnd la in muck -a. Fr!n (or Trhi v) (irant. etc. Sect Ion 40. Township l Kaiige 2:. Ul neres. Also Lots 1 lo n inein slve. Mock Id. Also Lots bland 15. I'od 111. Friay. (or Trlay i (irant, Kection ID, Towi. ship 12 Knm-'e 2Ti, ii.1 acres. lieltm the property aeouired bv Frnnkll' Swift late husband of Louise Meyer in. by deed dated Mav 2stli. I'.'"2, niuf reeorde--in Hook SI at pniie 4M or Hie public record of Putnam Countv, Florida and upon sue!. Ktile beinn made I will execute a dco oi deeds lo each purehiwr or puiehnser therefor. Uiven thls2d dav or October A H.I'.i!'!. ' V. (I. PilWF.I.l,. Hpeelal Master 111 C!iancer IflLBI'RK & MKKIIYHAY Holleitors ror Complainant. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. In the circuit Court, KIlcIhIi Judicial cir cuit, Putnam County, Florida. In Chan cery. -Mattle Williams, Complainant f Bill vs. lor I). W. Williams, t, Dlvurce. liefendant. ; It appearinu by tile sworn bill and nlll davit appended lo the bill tiled in the above slated cause that Hie residence or the de. leiidant, 1). W. Williams Is unkro n and that arlliint believes said de'eadant lo be over the aire or twenty. one ears. ii is tnerefore ordered (hat said lleleadant be and he is hereby reiiuirod to appear to tile Bill ot Complaint tiled in said cause on or lierore Mondnv, the :(rd ilia- ol .Nuveinber A. 1). Hill), otherwise the allocations or Mild bill will be taken as confessed by said Iie fendant 1 1 In rurther ordered that this (inter . puhlUlled once a week for elyht conecu tivewei'ksln the Palatka News aad Adver tiser, a newspaper published In said coun ty and Hiate. Witness my hand and ollieial Seal this, the -.7111, da.' of Aumisl . 1. 11 (SKAL) I1EXRY IIUTCIIIN'SON' Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co., Fla. By Alice M. Prlddy, Deputy Clerk. K. K, Haskell, Ks( hoilelior r Complainant -otlee of A Mention for Tin Deed I uder Section N of Chapter 4.SSN. l,ai uf l-'Iorlilu. NOTICE is hereby niven that K. M Huhhni'd. purchaser of iractl, n il Tax Cei tlllcute No. llii dated 1 he llttl dax of J 111'. A. 1 1. Is'.U. has il led said fracl loiei 1 cei" i II, -ale In lliv oillce, and lias tmide applicatbm io Tax Ileed to Issue la nc-ordaace with law. Haul fractional -tlllciiie embi-ac. s tl;; followlntr descrllied property situated In Putnam County, I-lerala, in w It : Pi. or Confac'o lirt.. Bee. Bk It. pf.M icvepl part to J ma Boot r(. on. hk. . '!; Hei'llon i(7. Township ti, ps. Kaue27 1-;.. ttcres. The said land b. inir assessed ,nt the dale of fssuance of sued eertilH-ate In .Mit.-hell Kenlz. l ull ss said fractional eertit!, ate si)aM be reneeilled lieeordllli-' to llav, Tn 1. -, I wlh Issue theieoli on the -Till ilav ol lii'tob.-r. AH, una. W 1 1 ni ss mv otllcial -lc nn' lire and -en I tills 2"h dnv ol H.'fitetnb r. I'd:: (SEAL) HEX K Y HrTCIl I.VSdX CKrk Circuit Court, rutnam Co., Fla. i:y H. Huli'hinson. Jr., Il. C. That tha Earth Revolvti on It Axii May Be Proved by a Simplo Experi mnt With th Gyrostat-vPhenomena of Rapidly Revolving Objects. Siiiiiln! ii top Is lint always child's lilti,ynlllitdiKli It has nviu'rully liwii re Ktirdod ns a .Invi'iillo sport. Once In Ejiiiliiiul top wlilppine; was iractlcully oiili'iod li.v law. Tlu'i'o was u Inige top I'oriiii'i'ly ptn iilcd in every village to be whipped ill finsly woalhor that the peasants uiltjht lie kept wtirtn by the exercise nnd nut of mischief while thc.v could not work. Shakespeare In "Twelfth Mjiht" s.i.vs. "Ills biahis turn like a parish lop." lieu .lonsou In ".New Inn'' writes, "lie -pins like a parisii top. ami lieatiinoiit anil I'lelclier have "dunces like a town lop iiml reels anil hobbles." Evelyn, the diarist, spcakiiiv; of (he uses of willow wood, says thai It was ordered that "lite ureal (own lops should bo made thereof." Of lule roars, however, science has taken a hand in siiniiliirj lops with fruitful resells. From spliiniiiK tops we can learn ninny iiHorestlnj; anil valuable Ihiuv's. l-'or example, we can prove thai the earth revolves on its axis anil eah'itlati' at what speed. The phenomena ' of siiniiiuyr bodies fire extremely interest in;;. If you throw your hat into Ihe iiir. bin nil bout spin uiuir it. it will fall perhaps on one side, perhaps on II'" oilier, bill if you jrve it a spinnim; nioii in liefore soiidini; it inlo the nir il will always conn; down the satni' side down as it went up. The same thini! is true of coins and in fact of all objects spun in this manner. A knife. If merely thrown into the air, may come-ilown at any nnule. but If held point down and sent spinuiuf; inlo the air il will on falliui; stick its point inlo the Hour invariably. Other bodies acquire rigidity when spun rapidly. Thus a piece of chain If placed on a wheel an, I made to re volve rapidly will fiu-u a perfect circle and if thrown off the wheel suddenly will roll across the table or the floor just like a solid hoop until lis speed Is diminished, wlicn II will fall into a huddled mass. It is a stninue fm-t that splnniiij: bodies always tend lo point to the north star- the pole star. (lently, but firmly, they seem In luj. tit (heir moor- inv.s in an effort to assume the au(j;le that will point them In that direction Once they have attained it they do not vary. If. now. yon want to prove the rota tion ol" the ettrtii h-r means of n spin Mini; ton you can do so as follows: Provide yourself with a gyrostat capa ble of being driven by electricity sn that it can run for twenty-four hours or more without stopping. Set this go ing and point It to the north or pole star. It will soon assume that diree ti' m. Now. as the axis of Ihe top Is 'pointed -in a certain direction (say Hie north wall of the room) and stays there, without ever moving, this will be a guide to you to check off your ob servations And as you watch you will notice tint In -six hours' time the top will point to the west and six hours later to the south, six hours later to the east, and at Hie conclusion of the twenty-four hours it will have complet ed Ihe circle ami will again be point ing due north. It will have completed the circuit of the four walls of the room. Whft does this mean? It means that the room has revolved round the top. but as the room is lixefl to the solid earth it implies that the whole earth has revolved round the top, which alone remained stationary. Copse ipiently we have proved by this means I hat the easlh has turned once round on its axis, anil that it does so turn, and that the heavens remain still and hial binary. Many interesting astronomical dis coveries have been made by the aid of spinning tops, and the facts obtain ed by their study have been applied to Ihe rolntioii of heavenly bodies, the earth included, and the "wabble" of Its axis has been calculated by this means. In many ways, therefore, the spinning top is a valuable scientilic instrument - Ileiewartl Carrington in New York World. Soda crackers are more nu tritive than any other flour food. 1 Uneeda Biscuit are the perfect soda crackers. X Though the cost is but five cents, Uneeda Biscuit are too good, too nourishing, too crisp, to be bought merely as an economy. Buy them because of their fresh nessbecause of their crispness because of their goodness because of their nourishment. Always 5 cents, crisp and clean. Always fresh, NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY AN OLD INDIAM LEGEND. The the When tha chert focls on fire and the throat burns, you have indiees- on, nnd vou need HKRHINE to get rid of the disagreeable feeling. It drives out badly digested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 50c. Sold bv Ack-- erman-Stewart Drug Co., and J. II. Haughton. No Use For. Freeh Air. Old time doctors hud no faith in the virtttes'of fresh air. Andrew lioorde in !;is "Jompeiid. oils I'fryitient or I Hi i a ry of licit!!." published VtVZ, writes: "To l.etivaid and also in the i'lorning t:se to have a lire in your chamber, to waste and consume evil vapours within the chamber, for the hnvlh of mail limy piitrify Ihe air witlda the chamber. In Ihe night let th.' windows of your -house, specially of your chamber, be dosed, lot your nightcap be of scarlet, ai d this. I do adveriise you. to came I" be made n good thick ipiilt of cotton, or else of pure (locks or of clean wool, and let the covering of it be of white fustian, and lay it on the fe tther hod that you do lie 0:1." I.omlo'i Chronicle. Incidents That Led Up to Naming of Poughkeepsie. During the days when the Indians still held s.vay on Ihe banks of the Hudson there was a lleroe battle be tween the lielaware anil Ihe I'l-iit'ol tribes. The former won. and among their captives was a handsome young I'eiiuot brave. He was offered his life if he would swear allegiance to the Delawares and be branded with theii tribal tnark-the turtle. He refused, and preparations were then made to kill him. As Ids enemies were on the point of doing this a young Indian glr: broke into the circle and begged for his life. She had at one time been a I'eipmt. lint had been captured by tin Delawares and forced to Join ihei tribe. Her appeals were so lottchlii'. that the warriors were debating lie matter when the party was attaekec by still another enemy, the Huron In (Hans. In the excitement, the girl cut her lover's bonds, but tile two fouir themselves in the midst of a lierce lull tie and eventually became separateil The young warrior escaped, hut tin girl was cait,ured by a Huron chief. Determined to rescue her at any cost the Pequot brave disguised himself a a medicine nan and entc 'd the 1,1111; of the Hurons. Hy some pretext h gained admission to the tent where 111 girl was kept prisoner, and late a night they managed to escape in ih darkness. Their (light was soon dis covered, and pursuit began, but tin young collide reached the river lai enough in advance of their pursuers l embark in a canoe and push off fron shore. They were still followed, bin .the warrior was young and strong ant succeeded in getting his Utile crafi safely into a cove at the Junction ol the great river an. I a little stream en tering into it between two high, pin tecting banks, where they bid. am later found a friendly tribe. iiejoicing that the place had been ! "safe harbor" for the girl and her lov er in time of peril. It was so des'gnnb e in the I'equot tongue, the Indian equiv alent being "Apa-keep-slncU " Today after having altered through the Dutch nnd Knglish tongues, it is known as Poughkeepsie. Ladies' Home Journal. Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. If you want to contribute directly to the occurrence of capillary bron chitis and pneumonia use cough med icines that contain codine, morphine, heroin and other (sedatives when you have a cough or cold. An expectorant like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what is needed. That cleans out the culture beds or breeding places for the germs of pneumonia and other germ diseases. That is why pneu monia never results from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used. It has a world wide repu tation for its cures. It contains no morphine or other sedatives. For sale by all dealers. , BRITISH No HUNTERS. Business Is Allowed to Interfere With Their Sport. The grouse hunting season in llritain opens on Aug. 2. tin that day every i.iiglisbmau and every Scot who makes any pretension to a standing in society goes gunning for two weeks at least. -Nothing is allowed to stand in the way of litis annual diversion. For a week or two preceding this outing business Is of little couseipience. Everything to receive any attention at all must re h.te in some way to guns and dogs, .v year or so ago a New York man had occasion to go to London to meet a Krilish liunniier to put the finishing touches to a matured business x-opo-siiion.- He arrived a couple of days be fore (be l-lh of August. The finan cier was not In bis place of business. "No." said his chief clerk: "he has gone for the grouse shoot. He will not lull; business with any one. I do not thin!; he will see you at all. sir." "Hut." said the New Yorker. "I have crossed Ihe Atlantic for no other pur pose Ihan to see him. This business will not lake more than half an hour of bis time, and then I'm oil" for home again." "I should advise against your going to his lioine. sir. lie would not receive anybody at this time. He will attend 10 no business." Put the New Yorker thought differ ently. He went to the country home of I be limine let. A burly butler met 1 1 il ii at Ihe door. To. him the New WHEN THE EARTH QUAKES, Stresses and Strains to Which Our Globs Is Subjected. When the stairs creak and the furni ture gives (jilt mysterious crackling sounds at night we sometimes, sit up lu bed and wonder if there In a burglar about hut It doesn't occur to us thut what we heai;ls really an earthquake sn a Binall scale. The night air has cnused the wood to contract with R fiiiip. thus accounting for the alarming sounds. This Is Just exactly what thr earth Is doing periodically. To a microbe,- reposing on the polished sur face of the table, this disturbance la probably as violent as an earthquake is to a human being. An earthquake is a terrible thing. It conies without warning. It Is over be fore one knows which way to fly. and Its fury can be abated by no man. Yet to the geologist earthquakes nre only symptoms. They are not causes so much as results results of great stresses and strains within the earth that cause sllppings and slldlngs from time lo time. If the rocks on the shell of the' part Ii slip and grate against each other so much as an inch along a lissure ten miles in length a shiver Is felt. A slip of fifteen feet along a course of aio miles sufficed to bring about the terrible San Francisco earth quake and lire. These strains and stresses accumulate steadily within the earth. The point at which they have once found relief Is weaker to resist the next strain. It slips .again presently. By successive movements its sides become more and more (Unplaced, Pock layers, mineral reins, coal seams that cross the line of displacement, are jogged out of their course. So are roads, fence lines and brooks that run across It on the sur face. In the San Francisco quake one man's front yard was moved twenty feet to one tiide of his house, und in another place the slip line came so close to a man's barn that some piles of straw, thrown out from the win dows, were carried away. In Japan a cliff twelve feet high interrupted a road way, and thousands of similar cases might be died. These were primary movements along the line of the dis turbance that caused the earthquakes. -P.ro'nklyn Kagle. A child can't get strone and ro bust while intestinal worms eat away its vitality. To give the child a chance to grow these parasites must be destroyed and expelled. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE is guaranteed to remove the worms; it also puts the vital organs in healthy, vigorous condition. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by (Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. and J. H. Haughton. I-C-E At the Close of the Regular Season We can look forward with much satisfaction to the next. During this year we have come closer to our customers than ever before. . ,'s . And the bond between them and us will be stronger still next year. This ice man of yours thanks you all of you for your patronage, your confidence and good will. PALATKA ICE CO. PHONE NO. 25. Two Kinds of Snob.. An Interesting sense history Is thai of the word snob. 11 term of obscure origin. In Its earliest use, In 1871, mean ing a shoemaker or cobbler. Now there Is a distinction between the Eng lish and the American use of snob a distinction due to the Influence of aris tocratic as compared with democratic traditions. An English snob is a man who falls short of the perfect aristo crat through a taint of democratic vul garity. An American snob is a man who falls short of the perfect demo crat through a taint of aristocratic ex cluslveness. New York Post Father's Inconsistency. Father will splash around In twe feet of water and ruin a good suit of clothes to nave articles In a stranger's house during a thirty cent fire. But If the pan under the Icebox flows over he will go upstairs nnd wake mother so she can come down and mop it up. Cincinnati ICnqiilrer. Y.-i-l or ,1,11-0 M.j . -l 1. 1 li ,v .,,,, lo ,,iln. All who have torpid liver, weak ,,.,, .. , .. ., ,. , ,, , 1 digestion or constipated bowels look Ihe .nasi,". sa,d I he I.M 1 ler. "will . f m TnJ season is here see ni. one. lie sets out lor Ihe grouse a))d the ajr fu of the germs. i-:!iooti.ng tomorrow. He says to call. I Tho Lost thine- to Ho is tn o-er. vnur please. In a fortnight." Anil the New Yorker was compelled to remain two weeks longer until tin Kngiishninii returned from Ins hunt vMen the business was finished in 'eiity minutes.--Indianapolis News. liver in good condition and purify the stomach and bowels. HERBINE is the right remedy, it answers the purpose completely. Price 50c. Sold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co. and J. II. Haughton. Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands, or feet requires a powerful remedy that will penetrate the flesh, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT possesses that power. Rubbed in where the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suffering and re store normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c, and 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., and J. H. Haughton. In the Marshes. "What makes you stand on one foot and move your shoulders In that way?" asked the snipe. "Well." replied the crane, "there's no chance of my learning to sing, go-4'm practicing to see if I can't become a classic dancer.' Washington Star. Right to the Point. Some months ago excavations vvere being made for new tracks on the line of a certain railway. At one point a nearby resident obtained permission to remove a quantity of turf to res.nl the premises, the section foreman being . structed to .notify the excavating "gang" when the resident should have secured all be desired. The foreman's report is as follow "The man that wanted the earth hai got if 'Exchange. Matrimony) There is a man whose wife makes him get up so often tn hunt burglars that he says he Is going to let her get a divorce and marry a night watchman, Washington Star. Hit Both Ways. Tramp Yes, lady. I loved a girl. She wouldn't hev me, nnd I became a wan derer. Woman Poor chap! If she had married you all would have been well. Tramp Oh. I dnnno. Me friend out In de road dere Is de feller wot got her! Puck, Not only strike when the Iron Is hot, hut make It hot by striking. Oliver Cromwell. His Busy Day, "You say you called this morning on my husband at his office? He's alvvuvj so busy. Did you have any trouble In seeing him?" "Yes. nt first He waBslttlng behind his desk, and I couldn't see him until he moved his feef-cieveland Plain Dealer. Ths Seven Wise Men. The names and characteristic aphor isms of the seven wise men of ancient Greece are as follows: Solon of Atli. ens. "Nothing in excess;" Thcles of Mlletns, "Suretyship brings ruin;" Pit. tactis of Mitylene. "Know thine oppor tunity:" Bias of Priene in Cariii, "Tan many workers spoil the work;" t'hilnv of Sparta, "Know thyself;" Cleobulm of It bmles. "Moderation Is the chic! good." nnd Periander of Corinth, "Fore, thought In all things." $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, ana that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cute is the only positive cure now know 11 to the medical fraternity. Catan li belnr a constitutional disease, l-t-itulivs a constitutional treatment. 1 hi s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, a.-t- HiK directly upon Ihe blood and mu cous surfaces of the system, tlnril v destroying the foundation of tin- di sease, and giving the patient stri'imth by building up the constitution ami assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much liiith In Its curative powers that thev utter One "Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of tes timonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 1 '. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consul- CURIOUS HERMIT CRABS. Where Shall I Go To School ? UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA OAINKSVII.I.I:. I'LOIilDA htanhs nut r.Kr ukvkijipmi-'vt AMI hl'IKIT .,K vol- snn.1 ilvislonsl,n;f'c ,VF j A I, It'll'Y, MINIl MKN. . Cull. A K 1 IS, LAW . I. 1 , 1 N K K .IN: I. A. I hut I - 1 .'KK.T,,AI'li KKM' "I ll.l.f;.; p.. KV IT Ft I- UBJITSTATIOV. KXTKXrtl.lN I'IVI-1UV FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN T.M.I.AHASiKli r.."ere of Arts end Weteneei. Normal H.-liool w I r 1. K linl'Teiiien liepnrtinent, Sehool or Music. Hehoo! o! An. Mi-hool of OKAHUAI K S -II. Mil.. II! new hrlek mi il- I s-nn In vision I ..!. 1 1 11 1 1 .,,, ii lni!. he.le i-yniinis'imi. '.,,,nlnir ,s,l luiiost ami ill-' riu-s -.. ti I oltlfli t SUV in'r'.m, ,.,"'"n1!s. "I I,. Kh.- (1,-o.ulLo. ineliiHin. ,,", sn5 i-,lLu."' "':Tr"- "'i"J men Troll. 15 -wluimlnu ..,,01. ii ne m'.-r of the fscullv 11 lliu.l iritK.rc KHAKI) AND EN- CO.. nlrles lal Heselo.1. TliriM.H FKEK. BOAHT1 AN D FX TRANCK FKKm, iai.50 per er. W rile to day for catalogue. A. A. MTRPBREE, Preatdent ' TRANOK FKF.. IIMHI per year. For In formation ftrldrecft, .. EUWAKU CONRADI, President They Keep Housemaids, and Also Use Sponges For Protection. It has been said that crabs are as artful as "a barrow load of monkeys." and no one who has read Professor Edward Step's "Messmates; A Hook of Strange Companionships In Nature." will deny that there is considerable truth in the remark. Amazing indeed are some of the revelations' which the professor makes regarding crabs. He relates, for instance, how the common hermit crab actually keeps a housemaid to clean out his house. When he flint starts life this particu lar species of crab hunts for some large sbelltjsh's shell in which he can live at ease, rent free. He usually chooses a large whelk shell nnd introduces n large sea worm, belonging to what is known as the "nereis" family and which grows to a length of six or eight inches, to keep the Interior of the shell clean. The crab feeds hearti ly on sea creatures that wander care lessly into the shell and throws the in digestible parts of them about the floor. The nereis worm promptly con smiles these remains and keeps the shell as clean as a new pin. The artfulness of this crab, too. Is strikingly illustrated by the Ingenious manner in which lie protects himself against the large fish which look upon him 'us an excellent article of food Sometimes he induces n sponge to grow 011 bis shell. Sponges In a living condition give out 11 strong odor, which is distinctly unpleasant to fish, and even a doglish will not ntlaek a crab protected in this manner. 'ti tatasia liethodist Assembly Tickling in the throat, hoarseness, loss of voice, indicate the need of BALLARD'S IIOREHOU.ND SYRUP It eases the lungs, quiets the cough and restores health in the bronchial tubes. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Bold by Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co,, and . H. Haughton. St. Augustine - - Florida PROPERTY OF FLORIDA CONFERENCE PURPOSE A clean, wholesome summer resort with training school for Christian workers. A place where people can enjoy every benefit of a seaside resort without the objectionable features that characterize most of such places. 1 TRUSTEES Dr. I. S. Patterson, President; W. G. Fletcher, Secretary; J. W. Rast, Treasurer; W. J. Hillman, J. R. Lites, H. Dutil, W. G. Tilghman, Rev. J. E. Wilson and eleven other prominent ministers and laymen. RESOURCES Two hundred acres of land with three-quarters of a mile of unex celled ocean beach and ten thousand dollars in cash donated by the St. Augustine Board of Trade. Artesian wells, street car communi cation with St. Augustine, the latter being installed at cost of $20,000 ; $30,000 hotel being constructed.- Lots are being sold at nominal prices.