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: 02 12, 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: VID00688
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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of it n .e a -._.._ Lam MO iR Dr. Mf.l e.r. Deka
~M~tI^aheeoL Amhe is _T W i' Mres. j. wil g M s jMr. R. Y. M*t W A U.
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-s-- beem a a ltosC. Waters a lewi*uWfor m 63d Mr. ad MIL& Ak

a -r e- -- Amon at ed $ a eh sheti, p--rt-eAeBlN
_iC. .wU. "ales from ,i.Gal.ti, at a* bthe s.e the mo D i l*,
' I nae je A te -owoofs.Aetbeso e. 1 Mr. W. W M dw AQm
ds a TMe eesoo rwasWmataotoS% P Ao 1 36 for -_- iC 5
NOW= t ,o u URa--Monday"from"dotetows rb seal i m
memai 1Bber. by Sheiff brown ad loaded yard.
mad& at ea atheSt Johnscoo eon -d un, wd, IF..P. ,C g uI
worth 00 ants Ppr e- yard, of
p- -t oa w athe Bwrd county jail 'ot =--9 25tsts atrel i w h.
qrS* iMf b1 depleted. EIli1 very stylih for wits the rmivr of the wimee Sgw
IMpFlddat ha sBnomerees abas orse 6w50 enta per yrdo w*but his correct name is Jim Robuion. A1"aek P Yard Mr. C. R. Dunwoody, of A
Stop- He was positively identified by him colorsprobeeks tomratGas eveotel Dia
Mk .- ar victim after his arrest. Mr. Waters market, aot ol,8 a fo.t e wte ~w,. o .. a, .wB.
m iigoaeimdmtantied the sroum aun m u tMI nto Havana t tsi dermm.
4 g bde Ud on the read after the ime le eide
aes w committed, and a he was re- M s speiela e Hotel YaP.r outh.AtniSCityN.
i me sell trai home from his work at the trimmed, worth .50 and .00, J. Th CrioCbhems, N. J., d
kind that eloee of the day. Monday's special, $1.U ThePk I Fhl. .died
aof m d Sheriff Brown wrested the negro White dialinon owortbh25cents t HtOWIxwednda*y.
dafSth V61 weeo seven i Ale from M onday 9 emts IPer yard. Mrs. G. M. Robbiesnetrmed horm
: Jacksonville, having found him at eaV#La p r, e. pell1-'fi sevealaV^
fework ata campon the St. Johns river. JuU.US KI. obbins, Winter Par w
Ste He brought his prisoner here and Titumville, Florida are attending Rollis co W .
a locked him up, but never breathed a "Mahmnet and the Saraes Coe-
O--word M to the identity of the ma at his own expense, to capture the quests" was the subJeft a a vey im.
WAN and the people were unaware that criminal not for thereward, butfor terinleare that Dean Robotson
H 94M.d had W w. the welfare of the people; and our deliv before a larecogregatos
a U m bean io had en _. F" worthy herimff states he would never in Melbourne last Tesday evemni.

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Avh wenMbe wbasdslal for
-od ug and ,r es,
SG. & ewart mnd aiftu of
,nU V4thdr mother and
ut bths, cf pace, anday.
Ul l 1 *0 ism, vbited
tea Mra^M~a~tteartand fam-
SMai mad F--da- oflast week.
PAID02 the order of the
M thae rtrsae svry poor.
H ItrMrtation ompanes get the

.J.ismd that he had noth-
S itifor the Jacksonvile fair
*qv h exhibit the sac.-
1 m s flor boxes of oranges,

'a KUlo*' Goats Furnilshng Dep't
. Men's aeglige shirts, cuffs attach-
ed, handonme patterns, worth $1.50,
SMenday's special, $1.4 each.
Alo famous Princely shirts, new
M| designs, made of an excellent quality
t. of percales, Monday's special, 50
C. cents each.

Tituaville, Florida.

The Novelty Store
Stationery Books
Pictures Candy
Post Cards Toys
Local Agent Wanted
A northern commission house
wants a reliable and hustling agent
in this territory to solicit consign-
ments of fruits and vegetables. For
rticulars address E. Germain, Or-

Gun Repair Shop.

e at the

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Guns stocked and shotguns
bored. All work guaranteed.
HENRY BENBCKE, Titusville,


_ A Notice is herewith given to the
A f the Indian River Yacht
w ae piu iimtn." wi1 be
S7ad, ieb.t, atl p. m, n
-"GMro. Go. M. Robbi' law office.
S Mober mimurently reumted
to be psent and to hand to the e-
retary a the meantime any duem
dtterfor 1907or 1906 thatmaybe
Syet unpaid.
y order of the resident.

wuMW ai mumn-to nt. Auusuine
Sheriff Brown bad his prisoner hand-
cuffed and kept vigilant wateh over
"im. AhadIeid hNlsof
S -Oear w ready foran emerge-
ey, but nothing happened to warrant
the use of it. At Epanola Deputy
Sheriff Guy White joined Sheriff
Brown and accompanied him and the
prisoner to St. Augustine and to the
county jail.
MacFadden maintains his inno-
cence, claiming that a mistake has
Seen made, but our sheriff is satisned
that he has the right man. Mrs.
Waters was positive that this man is
her assailant, and others who met
him later, not knowing at the time
of the crime, have also identified him.
The crime with which the negro is
charged is one of the most heinous in
the state's annals. Many will re-
member the story of the crime, as it
was published all over the country.
Mrs. Waters is the wife of a section

foreman, and was at home alone when
the negro came along. He treated
her in the most brutal manner re-
maining at the house nearly the en-
tire day. He left shortly before dark
and on the road was met by Mr. Wa-
ters, the latter all unsuspecting the
horrible crime. The brute entered a
box car at a railroad station, and the
officers learned of this move and
wired the agent at New Smyrna to
hold the car until they arrived. The
agent being somewhat over-zealous
and officious, opened the car to in-
vestigate and was confronted by a,
big revolver in the hands of the ne-
gro. The latter then escaped and
fled through the woods. From that
time the officers were unable to lo-
cate him or find the trail again until
Sheriff Brown caught him three

weeks ago.
Mrs. Waters, as the result of the
horrible ordeal to which she was sub-,
jected, became a wreck physically
and mentally, but her mental condi-

tion has improved of late, and she
was able to identify the negro so pow

have felt atislled had he not captured
MacFadden while in his present office.
MaeFaddeA will remain in the St.
AIfI s1,ip ioRUNWhisi* whl M w0`4I
lake place h"in sese@ I of euit
court, commening the fourth TuOW
day in March.

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Indianola at 10:90
and 7 p. m.
Rev. Dr. Badger will preake in
the Presbyterian church next SunDay
evening at 7 o'clock on "Light on
Dark Providenes.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Marks church, Cocos, on the morning
of Sunday, February 14th, at 11, and
in St. Gabriels church, Titusville, on
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
District superintendent Rev. Her-
man G. Porter, will hold quarterly
meeting at St. Pauls church, Eau Gal-
lie, Sunday, Feb. 14th. Communion
service will follow the morning ser-
mon. Quarterly conference will be
held at 7:30 p. m. Saturday, 13th.
Father Curley will conduct evening
service in Titusville Catholic church
at 7:30 on Sunday, Feb. 14th. The
subject of the lecture 'will be "The
Blessed Virgin's Place in Christiani-
ty." Mass Monday morning at 7. A
cordial invitation to the lecture is ex-
tended by Father Curley to all non
Horses For Sale
One bay horse about 800 pounds
and one Georgia pony of about 750
pounds. Either will work anywhere.
Further particulars address G., care
THE STAR office.

For Sale
Thirty full-blood Berkshire pigs,
and 20 half Jersey and Berkshire
pigs at from $5.00 to $10.00 per pair.
Also corn-fed pork dressed, f. o. b.
Malabar, at 10 cents per pound,
weight from 75 to 150 pounds each.
Malabar, Fla.
Country Produce Wanted
Fresh vegetables of all kinds and eggs
wanted at Hotel Dixie.
GREEN & GALB, Proprietors.

Purchasers for Armour's fertilizer,
the best on the market as a money
maker. Try it and be convinced.




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Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mitehll, of
Liberty, lad., are warrivabatthe
r.? JorhnW .ery S huk b
been atid by hisbanting a
the Indian river.
Mers. Upton S. Jefrie, W. C.
Rowan and A. H. Butterworth, of
Philadelphia, form a jolly hunting
tynow stopping at Hotel Dii.
M. o teoth. conducts the R dgep
way hotel in Philadelphia.
Mr. John W. Berry, advance agent
for the sterling Amusement com-
pany was in the r Wedneday mak-
n ets for the "ig show"
Mewhichla"rrive here soon. He
stopped at Palmhnhurst-Sterling.
One of the happiest pienicking
ties of the winter was the one wlnd
occurred this week in which Miss -
sie Ives, of Camden, N. J.; Mis Ma-
mie Johnson and Mr. I. N. Johnsto,
oprietor of the PaMmhurst-Stering
r. N.Stites, a prominent hotel
man, of Chicago; Mr. J. M. Thompson
and two sisters, Calcutta, O., prom-
nent music people of that place,
guests at the Palmhurst-Sterlin for
some time, were participants. They
spent the whole day out in the beau-
tiful woods, camping at the lake
front and after catching many fish
and Mr. Stites had wandered off and
killed enough quail to furnish every-
one with two each, and three big
mallard ducks, dinner was prepared
by a caterer and the feast began.
Every one said it was the "time of
their life." Their anticipation is to
duplicate the trip, which they will do
in a few days.
Pump leathers No. 2 pumps half soles
OSTERMOOR and FELT mattresses
1, 2 and 3 burner gasoline stoves
Boat batteries, dry and Edison
Art squares, Tapestry, Crex, Ingrain
Extension tables, kitchen safes
CHAs. A. GARDNBa, 'Phone 32
For Sale
Building lots and the best of pine-
apple land, at Horti, Banana river.
Address J. B. JoNs,
For Sale
One pair of medium sized mules in
good order. Will sell cheap if sold
soon. Apply to F, care of STAR.

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itively that there seems to be not the F. H. BOYE, Agt. For Sale Cheap for Cash
slightest doubt but that this is the, Don't forget to send her a Valen- About 88acresnof good high land
slightest send hdiaonethe east orocean sideof thesw.
right man. .. tine. We have them. dian river at the Narrows, der
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A, hade y1W ntaneo

7, ualistaa that Miss VIith in
as Wegss@ girL lwbist a knewli-
e g av ge s wesinawe** with
Abe is always ins trance
0 Wbis her work 0and ever takes
4 ft e fto e grok d tw dms

1. hItw as apiret as tere
aiOPP e SINGMeWe la the
e"s at Pew s m is proposed to
.... asgby Mis hSmi to
ro 800 W hoe a5mpsG oe a the
1 se wbth Ih seal p-

m 8 bern.e or
Uswok se v I ass co-
sear painatap-- os.
peb iposses such stregth-
t hatmt the it made h- ar
eoms, tow mat whet I o aer e-
U6.4g. w as f...m I and a *VIr.
di N u tgaveno ba s at tht tse
ag raLs been a wery lWmbed a e
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e eab se bi amer ets sbe n tates
41 lws e ast*eofd her knowleude

S. Iadia. i O whaIe stare Helen
aste i shopgirl nti he remarksvp
Wle pwh~e amalfustatloms attracted
the aassens of the parhophlloes-
tel eI that oelen never t ma
geet aitdligence, but that
a s oemarkabe memony. Whenever
rMe betsse possesnd with an aspi-
ratios to paint U. Bedim walllanly at-
-v het to go homd e v and tpolt
a as h g as she reqdthis r
'Yhaeegh Mrs. Jaunes Jackson's pen-
mty she was enabled to give up he
It as mad stay at home to developit
all."m eallover W ass nout fnew

her powers.
*Whe p alNg of a picture blavolves
iach preparation, for the *He l
ts, r whatever it may bedi. udirets
her just how to prepare the canvas or
panel em which to paint, IndiratJng the
we attrbuted it ,0 to smewitdrancte

ezart sine, the kind of wood or can-
Wldid Mo thakIt eroun nevebut u

vas to be used and everything to the
aIt est detail. Even after ever
teg has been prepared this ilnspira
tional force often decides to change
MUM toeepyownstorm i ulqva w-'
its mind and will Instrut Miss Smithe
to commerce all over agan on a new-
'She generally starts her portraits
with to eyes. The room lan which she
paints is always in a dim light, and
abwolte quiet most prevau she had
nher udt command to paint n u190a
vut attributed it to some wild fancy
sab dur Pot tak it seriously, but as
the laspiration recurred she followed
i*s0 or wbtloa.and Inishye.dhefirsett

workJ ed hetCruciripare.' iecnv1s90

Hemvy Wndse Drifted the Filmy Stuo r
Till Trte~s Were Delayed.*
an the beaoy windstorm in which
~agna couty, Lan., recently sufferel
math loss for forty-elght hours. the
greatest deaagle nas doe the in-
tmeft a eenRpssiarethitlesmore co-

amnly known as the tumbleweed.. The
toweommene all'reab ainth sine o a
"he geki nerlysairts heportaits


Novel Experiment With Monkeys.
Professor John B. Watson. formerly
of Chicago university, now bead of the
department of experimental psychology
at Johns Hopkins university in Bait-
mor. is making interesting experi-
ments with monkeys in testing their
power to distinguish between colors
and dIfferent degrees of light The
monkeys are tempted to make this dis-
ttction through Malaga grapes, one of
whkbh Is placed first behind a red eec-
tle light and then behind a green one.
When a monkey d n es rt he
Efte the grape.

has wee .. a t 't hee I w~e a a
haV. ooWK aIWK a bel

P ml' IVe M ANste
4.6h-10b whew s wer us
eea*tdcwh.oW b.e: nw hM&
asa aftse Ow bum ftha
masses g eestionS
of tw ht emby tsOm w b he
as pi kleik pl&in a -n met ot
whbem D. Dew t iiemoved the p-
pe-di, whe the remmalni twety-
live have sreamse to be Jmeaes a te
thelfor upenam tl eA silMU =a r,-
geon bad the pdvTSV eany se per-
oritg me less tamportant opera-

To do Dr. Deaver this unumal honor
.surgeon and physdcias mnes their
appales will travel from distant
points in the east, west. north and
south to be present and bear the expe
races of every other pofessnal
brothUer. It will be an honor, Indeed.
fort Dr. Deaver wears the "belt" for
bavfing perfornwd more operations for
appenditis than any other surgeon.
Not saftised with that signal bonor.
be alo possesses the record of per-
forming the greatest number of smuch
operations in one year--namely, 40.
Just as a little clinchber to the title be
also has the record for performing the
greatest number of such operations In
one weai
The committee in charge of thip
event Includes Dr. Henry Steiwagon.
chairman: Dr. William Wadsworth.
coroner's physician: Dr. George M
Ros and Dr. E Franklin S tahl. Dr
Ross is Dr. Deaver's assistant at the
German hospital. Each committeeman,
is have undergone some opera.
ton at the hands of the gueat of hon-
Dr. Denver has been chief surgeon
at the German hospital for several
years, having been graduated from the
University of Pennsylvania In 1878.
He was professor of anatomy at the
OWve and has lectured eltensive-
ly on the subject of appendicitis.

Mrs. Le-gwoetO's Shell C ia.
Curious collections of shells are com-
lig to the United States, and shells as
ornaments in every sort of way are
se In modisah homes. Mrs. Nlebholas
Lomgworth is fond of shells, and she
gt some exceptionaly fine secklaces
and bracelets In Hawail. 8be has a
lovely littleU shell rocking ebar. TM
woodwork Is 1InldM with t a rus
est hU And water color e afn.pes
bame1 in exquisitely tinted shells.
Navy men w go to the south seas
are begged their t ends for the
mall opal shell which Is seen so much
Jst now strung on gold efor necklaces.

Save Money by h aymie bel-
1&ans oughAs wy
You will just ane much for a bo leof
Chamberlains Cough BSmedy m for may of
the other eoq aedeidaes, but yoe ave men-
oynlmha- it. The avia in what
get not wha you pay. he msre-to.-cre-yo
quality is in every bao of this remedy and
e good results when you take it Ne-
lcolds often develop serious conditions
when you buy a cough medicine yoe
want to be sure you are getting one that will
care your cold. Chamberlain's Coouh Rem-
edy always cures. Price 25 and 0 centsa
bottle. For sale by Titusville Pharmacy.

Ohle Oranges.
A Bellefontaine (Ind.) man who re-
cently returned from Kenton. which is
also a "dry" town now. says he went
Into a fruit store while there and asked
for two oranges and laid down $1.
When the oranges were handed to him
he found each one contained a tiny
circular Bask of whisky.

Woukingman Senator In France.

qfe Sets levemters of Crt Reama g
e4 RWve 4 at Red emk, N. J.
A motor kebeoat has reeestly been
eilt by Jaeob CorMwell Jr.. and W-
her Wenaek, two boys of Red Bank,
N. J., ad, althbeeough it is a crude at-
abitr, It has bed several succesetul trial
trips M te She wubury river and has
Me-N"datd that a mater keboat is
pratiaL They are now making ar-
r-agemente to buld a larger boat.
The little ee mraft iS six fet belong
and bas a thrme hoeowr motor gst
u gt in the boat, whhk Is npeo
pele by a chanla drive revolving a
spiked log t wood eight Inhebs I
diameter and about a foot inla.g
The steerivg runner of the boat is In
frent Mstead of be lid, and the steear-
mg apprts I= s controlled by a lever
hastd of a er.

Pose of $1n Oferwd PFor Winner of
Unique Comtest Nemt Fall.
As arhiMp race from New York eity
to Albany, N. 1., a pioneer event of
Its ktnd i the United 8tates, has been
arranged as one of the features of the
Hudson-lulton memorial next autumn
I September and October. The prim
bor the winner oIS $10,000 ered by
the New York WorKd
Thi boder has aroused gret enthur-
siam among aeeauts. and already
twelve have entieed the competitIon.
whtebh is open to everybody. Tihe $1.-
S00is to hbe pad to the perees who
seeMLnMs ti asn aiip or Sy11g ma-
0i61 Pit1es's tat of cc years age
i a steamboat. Tt course of the
contest Is to be up the Hudson river
fom New York to Albany. the start-
tIng point to he within the bounds of
Greater New York and the finish any
spot within a radius of ten milse of
td eapitol at Albany. The trials will
be conducted by the contest commit-
to at the Aco Club of Ameri, en-
tries to be made to tihe secretary of
that orgalhatien and all contestants'
to be bound by tihe rules laid down by
the club,
Axy fom oaJJMship or ly ma-
eMue that Is mechankically propelled
in eligible. The prime will be awarded
to then competitor who first makes the
jourmny from New York to Albany,
but it more than one succeeds In per-
forming the teat the prime will go to
the one making the fastest tima.
Robert Fulton's trip on the frt
steamboat, which New York is to cele -
beate this fall, turned attention to the
possibilities of steam navigation as
demonstrated In the tiny Clermont.
Now, a century later, it may be poe-
sible to make the journey in the air.
To encourage aerial navigation, to in-
spie effort to Invention, to reward
pioneer endeavor In aviation, to dem-
onstrate the commercial and scientific
practk'nbillity of the dirigible balloon
and the aeroplane, the New York
World made its offer.
The aerial feat proposed-142 miles-
while unprecedented iton aerial annals.
Is far ,from impossible and, if accom-
plished. will break all records.
Many ep'ouraging reports have been
received from foreign countries as
well as from various states, the in-
ventors in several of which will cer-
tainly enter the competition.

always been for a simple, pleasant and
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known
value; a laxative which physicians could
sanction for family use because its com-
pon et parts arn known to them to be
whulesozne and tndy beneficial in effect,
acceptable to the system and gentle, yet
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with its ex-
cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup
Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies
on the meits of the latve for it remark-
able success.


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healthy stomach results pe the
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of msemh, belwhbng eof and
naus ingu belated sesisafos
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doL And then the quicker yoen take
Codo--4he better. Mat what you
want, let Kodol digest It,
Ordinary pepsin "dsM tab.
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too highly praise your Ballard's Snow rlnimekt he
the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by smdde&n cham
and exposure to the weather. I also reoion d yoa r
Blard'sl H orehound yrup for ooughs ad .
These sted together defy all pain.
GEF TitB GENUINE. Three Slass 20%. $IAS

Balard Snow Li iment i


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The first workingman in France to
be elected to the senate took his seat a
Sew days ago. His name Is Victor
enmoaency. and he is employed in
the asenal at Toulon.


General Demand
of the Well-Informed of the World has




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atele ot merehendso on 8 unay.
S whel mee thm drag sstope alobe-n
. Mthe 2%sM tott Dill have
.n king It a tMay to
a all oe ba nday. Te blue
laws of TebU are to be KansAt lefr
latre theet provldn gor a bounty of a

atle ofor each canow kille on anda
ThIs will close the drug storM along
and all ot er h of a w'd
presd. etatie J.Kn Darebthas In t
troduend a bill into the Knoas legs.
lature that prove. for a bounty of 5
cents for ewh crow killed to Kansas
end 1 cent for emeb egg of a crow'6de
-g d. Soame Kansas couents are In-
ftaed with cerow at certain times of
the year. They appear Ia great ocksA
ruMa apple crops and do considerable
damma to the cor.
A resolutito has been Introduced la
the Iowa legislature prohibiting legis-
latoe from moknlg In chambers and
fom puttla tic teet ea desks whis
ditating to famine committee clerk


l o Fo Per Seheos.
pemittra 0a. C. W. Lane of Bay-
a N. J, r .ently pao to the board
f educaSoS a cos-m tto asking
bta the puplusina the puble school
StW b how to ares and ma = let.
16- -&0 d sw~urkaw d..4am

"Mwa" To% t Wly *w eun
Mwami MWh 1,

aUm to Har Be Weaeky hs tbmb e.
dew a o th6 no w. amt whheta se-
e-dlnasto Mat omm- of. B asrm ts
emi* to be eanebtc er tu tto

iMmns I had M m w atvi osred n er-d
-me e-4a OeNt es threaso watndond
0e w- they a that kind 4ik-

that them vseiigIM- eratthos a p er-
em1ud M InaOb tte M bmamr the pt-wo

bate through three senda of are. but
reeD that to mothin. Often I used to
- afto h tl|uoe as muek as half an
N t was a d"a that W atteodif
"to th teurtatteg. T we imt any Neop-
tm that eaa outperturbate a dog, and I
hWr. boeuse I am not epeakig from
earmy. Why. f the was a pa net
a *"%amt years' the other side of
sa4Wbt Prof-tor Pikoe IngA would
t la na maute tf It could partur-
bateo equal to a do. Give me a dog every
tias whemn t eme. to pertu at-- TSeU
lit a dog jump out at you all of a sudden
Ia the dark of the mooa and you will me
what a small thiae three seconds of arc
l. The shudder that osem throuh you
the wuldM open thi seems ofNeh's ark
Itself from figurnead to r m poet. sad
yeq would dro thh mss sthe eame as tt
you had ever had any but ust a casual
~teIst ta It. I aknow &et these thtgss.,
bemem thIs ismt aditien I sam'wtUalns.
bt bhMery.
ow, then netise this: About th eed of
S 11ML a sieaws em. eo e am d
-ieiad to ead a bStte lU es re-
elnnG. StIt was Just as wll anyway.
beemo the y ad got to havig swos and
Althou I was M omned. the
u i did nt ste Does that
ise yount They did st mtop; they woat
t e and on sad ea for three weeks.
dear up to teo 3d of optelmber. The-
Iptuao Was discovered, ad the whole
kystkry stood explatled. It shows that
I am msensittely csnustruMed that I pWe.
turhate when any other planet Is dis-
tumd. Thist haM he oting oa all my
M. It only bappem la the watermelon
SemM, but that hasa othaig to do itht
It ad has no alntoeoo. OGeologists and
anthropetogists aad horticulturists all tell
es IM is only ancestral and hereditary
Mad that is what I think ayself. Now
thoa, I oft to perturbatlag again last
SMg-4a eumaer through-all through
waUtermel toime and where do you
t"kf? Up here on my farm In Connecti-
ut. Is that isnlflseat? Ua4uestlonabl>
It i tfr you couldant raise a watermelon
on this farm with a derrick.
That porturbating was caused by tim
MOw ~lanet. That Washington observa
ory may throw as much doubt as It
waeat to, Wi cannot affect me, because I
kaew there a now planet. I know It
bes ase I don't porturbate for nothing
There has got to be a dog or a planet
oel or the other, and there Isn't any dou
around here so their's got to be a planet
I hope It is going to be named after .*
c I should Just love It f I can't have a



Sure as Wireless Is Here, Declare
Rev. Dr. John Wesley Hill.
"Wilreless telegraphy la a fact. W*
have It now, anud just wlx:'ud that i
telepaithy. We will have that. But i
won't come as a devil's side show
presided over by some medium. I
will come under the guidance of li4
vine Provi.!epnce." said the Rev. Ir
John Wesley Hill the other night a1
the Metropolitan temple ID New Yorl
Dr. Hill's sermon was uannouUced a
"B'usiness and Religion." and bels,'r
he started be commented upon th(
work of John It. Binns. the wircle-
operator of the wrecked seanwer IRe
publk. and the Inventlou of Marenul.
Comin; to the subjtvct of telepathy
the preacher a uid:
"Not long ago I met a friend wh
aid to me. 'Think of one name.' and
thought of mry wother'p waiden name
and like a fabsh he wrote it upon
card. That Ls telepathy, and that i
coming. The wireless telegraph wi
yet be slow besides the lightning-lik
Interchange of thought-telelpathy. W
are coming to a new era of the Intel
lectual supremacy of man."

o e md k- -s t a pe t
I me e nedamo"

s pe miU oa wlw as 4 u~, e

4d r ia-rm y sa the sdmma m t- thy ad
hemJ 8 eset lym~e~s and sin edil

ontd ta wih ad 0. A. STEWART

iot d mad get ao d ma dThe bam ft" ma wt& damagewtoh
t paps, who have t alo kis f atte specttap _es a tdsom temis T

s u k--1U-*;. bo e r who hav e es as tvepainf l
'^' a S***Sa SL r, tgancn bl. ows from thsle ht.s, but st
Wib gala t to oeomp lan TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
ia-ar iac ge e They are always reintled of those mn
thi pa M amI who recently had hais ajusgular vei I- a -
S im s t -d by a blow from a "Merry Wid- i n
ta n N.Y. TMi Bfp)lW "The way the damnap Is aone," one cdv* --i= c- as- -- a i
all DuLar sie-h. m of the avy girls' admirers aid, "is v -- ..

51 &5 bir n e -' eOt, gearally to this fashion: You go to a
IT. Km r's wa.-. I tn a bi aa- tea and, after ahakine handed to the
dmitaham ,.Y.,aYeaybottle. drawing room. spy several of the fair
__________________ young navy damsels all In a group and
Stalks vivaciously. Yo approach
The Airferin' Patt Tale eatou ly and begin the recital of
S r"' tar, y ." meos tec a amearetuly prepared speech about B
"She was manned by theo asoodlt airy- the weather to Miss Cona rse. At the
auts that over a ma did mo. soaad of your voice Miass Newberry or
hs'd lz wnass on her startmard se. It his Urement or some other navy
In a rtghtly recolleck9
And I was the eep'n of thm craft, and I girl turns her head quickly your way
walked theim parachute deck. and delivers you somewhere abouPthe W
"W* boarded a ship a l above t top te a sting blow with the edge of
of old Pike's peak. her hat and the sharp pointed teth-
Twero a Chinese crew. and they walked er~. Of corm yeou saur to silence,
the plaak too bteodyrore to agema. Ilke a man, but you siently pray for
We Sound sx million teels aboard, ad I w L
reached 'em then and there tm day when softer or smaller beta
la the midst of a big black cloud that will be in style." -
hUng like an land the air.
Theb very next week our pirut ship hit There is not say better salve tean DeWi t's
the Flattron buidlad boal*. Orbolied Witch Hael Salve. We hereby
'Aad rabblin' parachute saved me hut wera the public that we are not euspos"ible
1 was the only souL a*r say injurious eflests eased from worth- i.a-a
bence thea Ie been adrlftt' reead less or pooisous imitatosa of our DeWiWte
a-hopla' to striko that cloud aU Witch Hasel Salve, the original. The M., V/,wn S'af ou Mened ra
Where I hid the old I tim streuueM It iood for aythial when salve is needed, .mdiJg Bcsu emjAhs
days o the aibalr p pirt Mrowd. hot it is ial ly fr piles. Bemrea yo
"But the cloud ala't aear Plke's peak no Set l)eWits. Sold by Bah er Dru 8tor. RUDDERo
-urter By in adruttal'@round the earth mom TO BOOKS
a 'a merryc. ad HO W TO BOOKS
ra tean' webyt aed girth. WAISTCOAT FOR EACH DAY. Ohco wot.n hive been bvl frm .es
a take the advice of an alrship tar woe rted in n:d .- ,.... soc Mie
every clin>- .' 1 .. .n nevry aM Pdl --
oman a fSbLo it. For Wedneaday Diamond Shaped Flaps drawn f et ..: p' :.,. shown< wat ik b nd
D t h s r i old upna g nm h uttono, Frksi ie For ons Freke or Monday. how to .. : tfc y p
nd IMwr Chapman Denver Republican The Merchant Tailors' National Pro- NoW TO :y .: ACC r ao O
walke para hut dok a d(e v.e. r* yo i ..-. Vh.' .kI.f iMn M Od-- -
tective association. while in sixth an- e.,~u ;'.... '.... ,tuis.Uwaesgo.
BIGGEST BALLOON EVER nual convention at Chicago wa en- HOW TO U:LO. A =,tIJACK
o* A Pkn- spoa.t .br . a.. a dt.! e shaorrkpoin ted
gaged n fixing the 1900 standards of 0d.1 t. ,., ... .. .,.....*..iwr ,..yiftslct
Philadelphia Seoiety to Build the style in men's garments. ..*.- '. ."-- ....' 4
SPhiladphia. The Charley boy who follows the now o 'm A AGo sooP
The Philadelphia Aeronautical fashion plates must have different, win.' *; s t..1.t,.

reatl society has given up its idea of specified waistcoat for each day of the OW TO A TOR LAUNCH
oingI for aroplanea and has or- week and will have to know his calen- i.,,. ... .....,. ,
d new balloon built, which, It is dar like a priest. The noisest waist- .- ..-. :.. -.o.
Idred a new balloon boult. wblcb, it coat i dJepsed for Wedai It no To fi'-1 Anooa MouM
al, will ecUpase any to the Untd at is designed fo Wedneeday. It TO '. 3 A N,, OC, KAO
A Ata *. i. ,. .o.,e Il. goolgdf p esd e.
States. The new balloon will replace has flaps diamond shaped and dia- 'a rr, t., ',.
e Phbiuadelphia, wfi burst whe en a mond shaped buttons, pockets with nowTO cuot A osAt-onDAUGHTOO@P
th Phladelpha, which b t wen a .. wita m 'an TveOS
o w feet In the air on Itas frst attempt- diamond pathees, and with It must be ......
eJ fUiht last summer, and will te worn a diamond pln with a cravat in How TO *ui-o A FLATrT on SNARaS
eslled Philadelphia IL The Philadel- diamond stripes. Monday the dotted ..,' '.;t...' ....... lion..d.p-wt cra T
Sphias IL will have a 55,000 toot capeac- waistcoat, freckled with spots varying Now To auLi A MOCIL YACHT
Ity and will be constructed by the in else from a ten ent plece to sa wim....'..a'
STheaplet system of overlapping bloek ve dollar and cut to curves, must be
at oaramatta Imported from France. worn. PRICE EACH
.It wUI have a new float line of cocoa- Thursday the wasteoat must have pmea a c: c&l AWc
Sut fiber, which has been ordered from strongly pronounced stripes running Soun i an ,C .. -' Iet' ini.--siue cf p
a manutfbetAer I l nta E R straight down from shoulder to hipas; n bN t W iTOI.-.-.-A. .,ti,-AW, ,p5s.
The eoclet exects to have te ba- Frday. stripes running vertically and THE RUDDER PU.LISHING CO.
' loon completed in about sixty days, horizontally; Saturday, stripes running a MunnA a1scAt NEw VonmU. U. a.
and during the second week in April zigzag, like chain lightning, down Into .. 4 / ,'a-*Igue of -ed s f/

the triltrip will be made. The eo- ones po,et:,o hi e ."" :::,,,,:.
the trial trip will be made. The The favorite shirt in the spring wil.
ety is trying to arrange for a balloon be a tan and phk withbroad stripes.. .
aet ^ to, bebheld Philadelphia and he in tan and pink with broad stripes. -'--
race to be held n Phladelphia and Th. ravat will be brilliant red and
a will attempt to have this event in May. the hat reen. Shoes will follow the
le:id set by women. Most of the tops
e TEAMSTER ETIQUETTE. will be of 'ray suede over black pat-
s ent leather or varnished calfskin.
t Chicago to Have a School to Make Clith tops will! also be seen on the best 1
Drivers Chesterfields. promenade 4.
t A school of etiquette for teamsters The double breislted frock coat l A
toIs to be established in Chicago. with super?;,'-d'd by the single breasted with TRUK AC
. John T. Stockton, known as the Ches- a dip frtnt. called the new "Amert- D ges
t terfield of the teaming Industry, as in- can walking suit." to be worn at al- l tntSe
structor. In a dispute at a freight most any time and anywhere except at quick tain o pto fr e a
house over precedence, according to night. entoM aSty S aI Cweimmai
Sthe new authority, the "language" sent trSe.4 apeeuiqIq&n e
e must be after the following model: **""watloe
"Pardon me. Mike, but I believe 1 "TELL PUBLIC IM DEAD. have the right of way. If you will --w-wl Tr e Ds i
h ril T e A ely moted y. ITet e,'-
permit me to suggest that under rule "T will Save Trouble," Dramatisto ay same Tr. .
28 of the revised code of *Manners and Shaw Told inquirer After Health. eer: tour mZ lS. tiswmesle a
Morals For Teamsters' my claim has George Bernard Shaw, the dramatist, Ioj l 5ee,.&w NlgyW
precedence"- critic and Socialist. who was to have r asin e
o "All right, old man: back up. You've delivered a lecture the other night in -
I won." London before the Fabian society, was
'. unable to keep his engagement owing SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
This is just the time of year when yo are to illDess.
s mt likely to have kidney or bladder trouble In reply to a note inquiring as to the ILMUA IIH I Yl N
11 with rheumatism and rheumatic pains caused state of his healib .Mr. Sha:w said:
e by weak kidneys. Delays are dangerous. "Inform the public that I am dead. It Me G/'v SUfM ei'
e t DeWitt'sKidne y an Bladd for. They are will save a rat deal of trouble." DAILY AND SUNDAY. eMONTH
Sbe Ture ynu get what you ask for. They are Tie MoUts. oU 8ts Moautb..
l- the best ills made for backache, weak hack. Twelve Mosati. t o
urinary disorder, inflammation ofthe bladder Baby Hands The ScmI.Wcey f imad
etc. They are antiseptic and act promptly. Th.e....a .y .s



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M OrWa bed g placed on tie
. si a for tc'5 new lirary.

KheJub sd. Jude Glrt have
bum uk for the 9"efew days
Weak b psrgdag al e* on the
ftaftNwdrem burekat Rock-

L Tmsvin is buikdin a larg

itiqubeesmmon frapavIryfrom
b" ~to Vend heday at Coooa Bomb

Aiwthwbhaut u hopmned antup-
~~~I w, e'a h e parkw a4 Hidles

tMe Me taking a rest now as
we mviN offof thet "anks" for

|,( HsMideRviBe, tN.C.,
wll U te Methodist pulpit, Cocoas
Nal gw An might.

Mis t Lmert returned
from a five weeks' visit to Tampa and
der peti Moneday.
SW telephones office just back
f bak is aboot completed and is
re 'ike a eoat of white this week.
XIv. W. W. MeCord will fill his
S w ar appointment at City Point
' MatSuday just after Sunday school
at 20 p. m. Mrs. Sharpe, of Co.
iblas, Tena., has kindly consented
to so at this service. Let all come
t this occasion.

Because of the rush of business it
bh@ become neeemary for our effici-
ou t jeweler, August Lemmert, to put
in an extravclerk, so Cocoa's trained
rw n e, Mise Daisy Wilson, is acting in
this capacity, while awaiting a call to
her much loved profession.
The protracted meeting at the
S Methodist church came to a close Fri-
r day night. The services were con-
ducted in the interest of the Baptist
people of Cocoa by Evangelist Thos.
K. Poatell, long time missionary to
the Indian Territory. Rev. Postell
preached series of forceful sermons
which were highly enjoyed by a mod-
Srate congregation from time to time.
% The meetings were by no means in

I-. 1 will he at the fhllowiun plw-en t'1 ,r the pu'r-
=age of afteiing Ih*I taxl. fr 1111. at the
.. e Iamted btluow. I wtuld tAk, it k s a gpeat
>liver. if all wo91 ileeT me itit the *ldgAi ated
OW alesatthe timte rn.M-. It will elahle me
to couplehe tit) work earlier alnd tuore ur-
roawly. W. H. HALI,

fU"b n

Feb. S. 3t. M.



-Ou.ooper shr(p

can a d o aiS the life-story
of Ix-Go ar Broward. As
a M oftwo-fimed pluck and
the kt of one ma apinst
oas,eo(it's got fiction beaten
to a MsadtiL

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Oeukbnweulism~o -.----gM
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of puplis a is

UmLuMii s I"so

~PTOWL8n 1&199.

lutfnm pe-wi-atde at..-.-----
Per imas *aamerle boad.....
T-o-n-Ml atid *tro---------

A ,W .---e-t.- .......
Alu ether ------------------.................
An other ps rmpun---------------

183 88
184 10
147 1
u? 80

New beildig white 435.00, negro
I 1271-------------
Rwhi white "ok awn g O$
moalata ........................
Isolmed pupils-.....-.----.........
Tam o am r s-;om.-----. t- x fund-
Irant s e .------------------ -
T --e-----------------------.
F -............-............
ml bookrs----------.-.--------.--
Tnamwortiag pupils.. .........-
Incidentals, white $169.A negro
a or teacherr, white 04iUS(
magro $1,27000 ------- -- --
alry of saperintendent ----------.......
Tax col ector's corn. spec. tax funds
Per diem and mileage of board-----
Commimlion paid treasurer --------
uIncidental expenses, board andupt.
Printing financial statements ---
Pxpenu of examiuatious --------
Teachers' amications--------.----.
erenst.-----------..-------.-- -.
All other popese.---------....

T78 17
20a 2


No 00
25 96

16 881 77
This year's war'ts. unpaid July 1. '(01 794(1
This year's war'ts. paid during year 16 tW87 74
Old warrants paid during the year 4 043 80
rotal warrants paid during the year $20 131 63
Cash in bands of treasurer July 1 290 57
Equals receipt .---.--.---.--...........-.. -----04120
Wsrrants of the year unpaid...... 79408
(ild warrants still unpaid .. ---. 1 30
I'otil indehbtedi .--.....-.....-- 79333
Cda'h on hand-- --- ----..---.. 2 90957
.et caish strpilust at the clmiee of the
f-4.n year JuneW. I1u6 -.... 2 114 24
lI.%'T" Iu VkAR 1N16-07

Th#. t 4-(.tal e I e-e3i, i, 115107. :411I
moeil 0 11'sic-.

E1,14-116 it sII e-
%(-W hildii:~g., --
hteJKairN.-.% iftt CHO141, i Msc-c: W0. ~4s7,

dn n til t- -

Faud. wh i~t: V. uvo.: a to~L ~.

-%au ~rivs eel ti ach-hre.. white vo.:1!2-vs

( erk 0 of oirt.ra--oreliag trusth.-.
I!L'erd Not I --- -
Per iii 31audi zailteage of bWard
%mulli-hiaagiEnuiad reatmrer-
Printing financial htata. a-vit%. -t
&KxPenat-S of elm III inbadiiis-
Culuansis.icnl paid tax c~i lectms .c'
lal district No. I -------------
Teachers' ameweiation------
Books. furniture. %etA.. not distruib-
u ted .------------ ------------
Inteteemi too banks---------
All either purposes-------.----

4,19 V2* -34

:1710 54
lip) IN;
444) IN)
15 wo
r4.) ox)
7 541
r: 51
!01% 11
15.1:. -
II :r,2 50
15-t I GK)

:15 4:!

14 .11
104 4*1
420 17-

TOl warrants imed during year. $17 Mt7 94
This year's war'ta. unpaid July 1,07 546 63
This year's war'tspa. id during year 17 141 31
Old warrants paid during the year 79068
Total rmn.. nati.. ian .. ... *A217 1 CUI




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Total war' leddaurithe year $1 SI
Thtyr's war* empal atlyd s leem
Ths year's warmate Pa id dues
te year. -. Is8IM
Old warrants paid dau te year ao 48
T1talwarnts dmringthe yewr M 78
CObiash boadeatres J lyls 1.0 1 I*
quoalseelpts-------------.................. $1STT
warnntaof Iadas s on"
Oash oh .................---
Net adebtedae at the clams of s.
cal year Juu 1 --------........... $ 7 13
The huaegia sh ows we ave expended tr
new baildinags slnce the fiscal year etding
Jnue0, 1Sow to bheceaee f theseal Vear
June30, IM6 theoso of 7,18 7. Thbatyou
may Me Jmt whore tbse new building were
erected we list thae below, showing ant of
19065. New Buildings
Ean Gellie ............-------.--....-----.......... 1000
4hiloh ------------------...............------....... 0
Eldred-------------------- ...........................-- --88
Jese --..................--------......-------... --I --14
Total for 1904--------------................. 88

1905-. New Baildisp
City Point-.......................
MiIm (negro)-....................
Clifton ------....................
Total for IOO--------..-........ ---
1908-7. New BuildinIs
Coeoa addition---...-..------.........
1807-08. New Buildings
itUviU addition --..........
Titusville (Degro) addition........

4M 00
100 85
7M 17

I1 5000


Total for 1907-8 --...-------.......-------... 18000
Total expended for the four years.. $7186 77
We have expended for repairs the sum of
W5S551.5 as follows:
1906-0S.-Tituoville, $425; Cocoa 3,06s7.50;,
EAu Gallie, 5. 30; Fort Pierce, .30; Bau
95.OO; Melbourne, 5& Tropic 8.42, Malabar,
3 00. Sebastia4 445; VikIng, 11.78; Ueoaa
15.78; Jensen 8 40;, White ty, &5.,5; Wabo.
7 8; Banyan u 2.00; Vero 31.1;, Grant 27W0;
Tropic. 1.72; Melbourne negro, 450.-Iotal
1905 0&.-LaGra&ge., 48.06; Shiloh. 1.50;
Mims, 4".88; rituavilie, 28.38; Ueorgiana, 23.45;
Eau Galli,,. o00; Melbourne, 44.35; Malabar,
3 40; runt, 8.76; Tituaville, negro. 12.00--
total e16.00.
190607.-LAGrange, $1.80; Titusville, 44.00;
City Point, 5.00; 0oos. 1 8.36;- Georgiana, 1.50,
Banyan, 13.21; Eau Gallie. 12G25; Valkaria.
4 10; Grant. 14.91; Tropic, 2.00; Tituaville, ne-
gro. 140; Melbourne, negro, 25.41; Mims ne-
gro. 41.80.-Total $179.54.
1907-0S -Minis, $1.00; Tituaville. 2884; lu-
dianola. 25.00; Cocoa. 778.25; Oeorgiana, 843;
Eau Gallie, 2 26; Melbourne,. 20.96; Malabar,
37.75; Valkar a. 19.85: Negro schools, Titus-
ville, 39.60; (oco0, 90.53; Melbourne, 18.23:
Mirs, 8.82.-Total $1,22.12.
In 1904 05 our total receipts were 32,054.76
As follow,-
Cash on hand from last year....---.. 3,020.24
Received from county school levy
calendar year.-. -------.....----. 13.883.18
Received from county school levy
Previous year ----.....----. -----..... --.4
aceivtel from poll tax caleudar year 2t.00o
lte.ived from poll tax prn.vious year 6600
BReeived from special district taxes
calendar yar------.......----------... 311.93
Received from special district taxes
previous year. --.---- ----...------- 444 K3
lecreived from interest .late funl 373.20
:ect-ived from apportionment 1one
naaill tax ...------..---- --------....1.334.191
Re,4-ived frnm tuition iton resident
pupils -------.. ------------- 59.49
Rvreited from examination fees.- 38.00
l(TC'ivEId frorn uniform Systcm of
'ch s .. ... ...... ...- 1,120.00
1:;, i' .l1 fmrm -Ale of siupplies, etc. .21, 2522
in 190 .-WI )our total rectipt- were- 23,041.20
A-. follows -
C'-lh o u hand foma last -ear --- --. 2.66300
Received front county swhil levy
calendar year----.------------.. 12.,t4.28
Received from county .lihool levy
previous year ------..-------.. 738.13
Received from u1ll tf'xes calendar
year ---4-00--------. ---------.. .O.
Received from poll taxti. previous
y4 i --------- -----.---.----------. 171tW
Rtceiv< l' rum -p*ial tax district
;t:. ti, ..,r vtar ... ---- ... 2.t .0
.It-. 'l lri* .s (ia. l itax district
S;. airs--.......-----.----------- 310 S9
Received from interest statk fund-- 232.80
k-ceived from state aid chapter 3388 3 i.00
Recmivted from apportionment one
uill tax---------- ----------- S14.0
Received from uniform system high
schools----------------------- 3960
Received from examination fees-.. 13.00
R ,cived from sale of supplies, etc. 33.24
Received from St. Lucie county.
balance on debt-----------.------- 1.271.80


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For 19o04-0..............----.......--- -.
1" 9086-07-----..- ---.......-
S1907-08 .....------....-..... ..

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Total -----.-----------.-- ,7W8A
Thus you will see that more than fifty per
cent of the receipts for the past four years ha
gone to pay teachers' salai. .
Lot---.----------.---. 4,
Apparatus-------- ------- 700
Furniture--- -.....--------...----- ...700
In the matter of education Florida ranks
high-well up toward the top--with the older
states. In the *itt of Florida counti-s our
own. Brevard. is one of the best. At the preo
ent time we are one of only four counties in
the state without a special tax. Now, how-
ever, with the los of state aid money (nearly
1,000 already due us) and up hope for aid in
that directiu soon. we shall be compelled to
ask for a three mill special tax.
A careful perusal of the foregoing statement
will demonstrate to the most in lifferent rea-
soner the absolute impoeibility of maintaiw-
uing the schools and keeping them up to the
present standard on a 7 mills levy
This brings us to the present scholastic year
On Jan. Ithour outstanding indebt-
eduess was...........-----------------......$12,207.79
To operate the schools to the end of
the fiscal year wi il cost for salaries
teachers.........---------------------. 20.00
For all other purposes approximate 3,000.00
Therefore the warrants for the year and old
warrants, if this estimate is approximately
correct (and it should be), would aggregatse
Against this we should receive in uncollect-
ed revenue approximately the following:
On county school levy calendar year- $12,000
... previous year.- 400
poll tax calendar year-----------500
p previous year ----------- 100
state mill tax---.......-------- 8375
sale of books and supplies ------ 150
tuition fees*----------------------80
Deduct this from the approximated out-
standing indebtedness and we will have at
the close of the iscal year. June 30th, 1900, a
deficit of approximately $6,862.79.
My estimate that a 3 ail a special tax forone
year and li u ills thereafter will be auecient
to operate the w-hools and keep them up to
present standard.
Our buildings are all now in good cond ition
and amply large for some years to come.
The building expense item, which has av-
craged nearly $2.000 a year, will not be so
much in evidence the next four years.
Our enrollment for 190t-09 shows at this
d ite, white children .amt; negro children 296;
both races 94W.
Consolidation i a growing sentiment, and
we have consolidated with Coce now the fol-
luw iun: Kucklvlge, Courteuay, ludutnola,
Merritt, .ronteuac, City Point and Bonaveu-
ture. With Titusville we have Laraunge.
It has been our aim to secure good teachers
and as a rqe our teachers are as faithful,
hardworkingnmbitious and reliable as any
iu the state. The good work they are doing
is telling iu the liven and maaiperismi of our
We are very desirous of keeping our school
system up to the acme of usefullnea, and at
the proper time shall ask you for the special
tax. Respectfully submitted.

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ad Ipe~sml p eAyi ws s eNL Ie
sat ly dlMiem) a hey Sf *laa Q hemel
n l )..ias muils special. Imi
Tinhba^x There *r m i K wMte
audIM p mpilwTLmv WArK mdII.
-ID mm hwhl whte mbesa Ws SM.. t
m Amr l rme whiaauy ahr whife waM
mor amos pres teaonsM.
Is lO5S (After Otasy Divisem..)
The ageMd valbato of seal MAd pmow
prn Ip --Ty s $1,6s
A evy 4a7 IMlel sOtry heell aad a"t A
a.d e speelWl.
Nihem b whitso md tamioe seheoo wee
mintaid. There wa t roeed S whit
md mengro pupil total TMMsm e aris
in 19007 --The m a vahluaos of nal
sad priu proao p was .,Sa.MM.
A levy of 7 il mat chel ad Mad 1
mill special.
Nineste white sad *I neu sbsjoou we
maintained. There were enrolled 8S while
and 7 aegreo pupils. Theimaxmum mstyw
for whilto teach.. was $us; for no $61
The miimu. stlary for whit eahes wa
$a; for negrees 1.
Iii 1907 8O-Tbe ameIed val a io of real
and IpMOrwal property ws aesrO y D,00,0m.
A levy of7 mils county school hfad.
Nietcue a white sad maine egroebhools were
maintained. There were enrolled 68 white
and MS negro pupils. The maxmu salary
prid whit. teacher was,$110 meGro $1. eaia
um lasay paid wh t. teaches ,,, 1e5r o
We pailI for teanchera' alarie-
In 190"-X, white $139M830 *u $1713 00
'190"04 974230 16*1000
**1907- ** 1030000 ** 1goo

Total both.-------.-----------... $0 11600

C. 1. Yarborough
Wm. Sikes
R. W. Godfrey
Chas. Cousan
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Total warraptsbmed darinear-- 81 958 06
This year warnts apadd Jly 1. 4043 2
Tbisyear' war'l .paid during year.$27 015 4
Old warrants paid during year---.....-- 14714
Cahlahaads oftrefs.18 Jaly1,.1906. 880
squalbeesMipt--------------- $81 05 76

LeeI ipll oI ah ................. I64 7
Warranef the rear tll umpaid- 4 Oda
(id warrants sill anpad---------- 195

Law as&n a------------------ 203660
Net dei at the elewof the fiscal
year U1 ............ 381
cOLAosaT1sc aTX 180N-06
The l eIpeat. all ource for
Sw ---------------.................... 041 0

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Caspesafte ObM war.
VW oa y TrAlb Tfthf
cubm tesr d ma khem to thir
eors I erpete'al t ewe. The it
lay this l nhims Md ea I a t
euredd by il so. Fw by Thmraw farb

A well is to sk on au Weu to-a
depth of 1,000 feet if r
secure a low of flei water. Work
was commenay ed mutwd .

Detalt wukhe tiMMe ef Tewr TmS-
bls A T2UMOile Mtes atws
ow to cfm Them
dMany p epe never m uect their
kidneys. If suffe i from a lame,
weak or aching bt think tAs
it is only a muscular- w-Skma nr-

will soon correct itself. A andak
with all the other 2upBeiB oI Wi.
ney disordeta. That sjet where
the danger lime. You must cue them
troubles or they may lead to diabetes
or bright'sdisease. The best
to use is Doan's Kidney Pill t
cures all ills which are caused b week
or diseased kidneys. Titus pleo-
ple testify to permanent cures.
V. T. Worley, living in Titusville,
Fla., says: "For sometime Uback
had been giving me o enable
trouble. Every time I contracted a
cold it settled in my kidneys and my
back would become so lame that I
could scarcely get around. I suffered
intensely when I stooped. and if I at-
tempted to lift anything, harp
twinges would pam through m loin .
My kidneys did not act in their nor-
mal manner, and the secretions were
very unnatural in appearance.
finally procured Dom.'s Kidney P1Ns
and used them as directed. They
banished the lameness and soreness
in my back and corrected the action of
the kidney secretions. I am pleased
to recommend Doan's Kidney PUill
to other sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Dean's
and take no other.
..My child was burned terribly abuut the
face, neck and chest. I ppplied Dr. Tham>
Electric Oil. Tbe pain veaied and the eblul
smk into a restful ideep."-Man Naury M
HaNs.e. Haamberg, N. Y.

Notice of Fish Law
Notice is hereby given that at the'
next seMion of the legislature of the
state of Florida, the undersigned in-
tend to apply for the pamsage of a law
to prohibit fishing with haul seinei
in the tide waters of the counties of
Brevard, St. Lucie and Dade.
Ricou & O'Brien
East Coast Fish Co.
Indian River& LakeWorlh
Fish Co.

Walter Peteroun
Wm. Garrup


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Ask as for prices and allow
Sy to prove this assertion
Wer Si itils Obitk Flor, Chase
O w. a- .aigton Hai Steel Cut
A the Aletbrtesd Mapes' Fertdilers
The m Royal Scarlet brand of canned
9o00 -t6aftest food products in teword


Hotel Dixie
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cAPACITY Ms 4 4 ATl sa15 TO $21 WEEKLY
SA -ld fi-my et E-lo. EL duceme offered.
empeiay is hr o fv .. mt, flower-cated abmmber..
SClubt Prvilege Music Dancing
Wma. Green. Geo. B. Gale
.Lea*o se** n Meanger.

hnre IN lufctn ft Distilld water
John L. Van De Veer,.W. H. Ford, Proprietors


Quite a mber at people here
plenoi to go to h aGadlie Saday
to attend quarterly meeting. Mr.
L. Lek will take the party in the
Bonwaeatum Cap. Holm having
S n dyr offered to let the boat go
and all over actual expense for gOD-
he, is to be ued for the cburh at
Georgians. Capt. Holm e ha the
thanks of all the church people inthis
The Coco high school boys played
a ball game with the K.M. ' Fan
Glielast week. The K. M. I's. won
the game, but the Cocoa boy had a
fine day all theme and greatly e1-

down in his lach Matakeet
asemes, imtus.we toWArr n eo
medi mtea tr. etrhie aftu de-, e
S md I .Mt M ThWS I.1uItoIto.Ib
robld o- rdefnd I".e08s. eas-
vim yoar diet, ot renso BAd not aa d

Dam's Oiatment eues the m et o o Iato

tax smttemeas for the mouth of Jammues
1 0w (frm JamUary kh to January SMAp)
for alvleL sad colleoteds ef the yew
1s9. u per See-35 .Ch ep 4115. rAws ot
Col'ted in An't yet
oe'ty URevenue- Jan. Ing toeollect
eahi,--------- 1. TO7 Mte

[Cir. t. Sell Clerk of Circuit Court.
2 Oe rim Ofe I raiau
Idleam meas trouble for say one. It's
the sme with a lazy liver. It eaaes coesti-
headache, udLce, inflow eompRex-
a liver troublesad build up your he alth.
Delton harsh phyTs, The reaction
ueskensa the bowels, leads to chronle cassti
Get Dean's Regulets. They o to
easily, tone the stomach. care coat o.

Eut Coast leat larket
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For The
Garden & Fum.
T years in business, with
a steady inereasin trade every
year-until we have to-day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
ina this country-is the best of
evideaoe asto
'rt Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We e headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds.
Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats
Cow Peas Soja eans a
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Handle the Finest Lines of
Heavy and Shelf Hardware

Our Stock of
Guns and Sporting Goods

is complete at all times

< Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties

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

Looking Over His B Buk lc

For the first time many a man is
: surprised to find himself so much
*'* ahead. He has bought everything
/ .; he really needed, yet has more
S money ahead than ever had
when he kept his own cash. The
reason is easily explained. An
.. account at the

The First National Bank
of St. Augustine, Florida
Tends to stop spandlgn that isn't neces*-ry. A man will draw a
dollar out of his pocket much more readily than he will draw a check
for it An *ccoitnt for you will mean less unneces-ary spending.
D. H. SPELL r. J. V'. SPELL, Regitered Pharwcist

Titusville, Florida
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Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
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spring. Help them to throw off the old egg-.ldened
leaves that will soon infest the whole three. Cive
your tree food that it may work for you. Cents
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wkt te a eMals, eulsn Ao etalt
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1/ p soU3a tonet his ofbaeti
atnoh te h at ether arees
a to wasd sto the out sertsam 1
SWn as he oParkesat

t a Ih en t bbor to havig theu
deaa tW atthe bat

t o meeonba tordas tow gaetd the p

pt oet that Inmauetatl comamuermal
tkedy-New Tork Times.

ftre ha1 r to so Cenfered e Proe.
d"s tew by Ohio M ens.
The s ad aster of Ohio Masons,
Charies L HeskaIon has tendered to
William Howard Taft, the president
oeet, the rare homr of being made a
MasM at siaht. Mr. Taft has accept-
' d aad will return to aninuetI on
Lb 18, when a distinguished conm-
pay of Masons will witne the ex-
This honor Is so rarely conferred
tht there is but a single Instance of
It e record Into the hundred years of
history tf Masonry In Ohio, when In
1M Asn A. BushmeU of Sprlnufield
was ade a Mason at sight.
Before his namintlon Mr. Taft had
ezessed a desire to become a Ma-
SMn. but his enforced absence from
Some prevented him.from complying
with th usual requirements for the
taltnitio and advancement of candt-
avittations to the ceremonies will be
set to the grand masters of all the
other statesto n the Union.

Nuelses of Chureh Universal" Found-
ed by Woman and Church Built.
Bot. has another new cult to add
to her already long list. This time at
ib the "'seleus of the church unlver-
d, sfomaded by Mrs. A. G. Brown, a
W I knowS Rverett (Mas.) woman.
An. M. hea."m Am ..0 s. .m.. ka

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doea the cough entirely disappeared and has
not manifested itself since." This remedy
for sale by Titustille Pharmacy.
Trouble In Store For John.
Mf. Freende Why, what are
yor' crying about ?
Mrs. Newwedde-Well, you know
John ia away from home for a week
on business.
'He writes that he gets out my
ph "Well,* that's surely nothing" for
yot to cry about."
#Yes; it was just for a joke I
tool my picture out of his bag be-
fwe he started and put one of
m-m-mother's in its place."-Lon
don Scraps.
Washiagton's Plague Spots
lien low, marsey bottoms of the Potomac. the
breeding ground of malaria nerms. These

s-4 saMstao back to
As qm he ao s ad a mirrs, at
, k he head or an a
k~~ b~ h teeth, the danger
f Iing a bDet is obvious. None,
t emese, is needed. The explo.
dmis enough. The aele is al-

'f'. teuo' ftErd

own asthe "oil bird," and rne
aew see- amy m 1 hradw s

young eirds asre extrwaordinri-
fat, and athat, havingdw
ited down in clay pots, rod', b
Skind of butter, says London s it-
la So. th America is utos be fo d
a from which a spec inhabites of bt-
tk can be obtained. uaThis anial
n frow as the "oil bird," and hunt
t itse favorite haunts is the sand
S Trimidad. It breeds in rxky
oef ont the mainland, laying its
CS in a nest constructed of mud.
S young birds are extraordiDri-
ly fat, and the fat, having been
cIted down in clay pots, reduces

a.tives. The cae inhabited by
e oil ards aen usually accoueible
ey from the sea, and the hunt c
oU these feathered creatures fat
cently affords eCiting sport to
haadventuros in pirait

s"aWt the ]ilford tavern which he
did not enjoy. The ma er set be-
Mand potatoes. He w not pleasBd

with the meal and asked for a bowl
vof bred and milk. The landlord
pewter spoon with which to eat it.r

UHave you no better spoon s ethaern
msA &U Hv omptlas.t. Sold by Tihevile

this" keDidn't SuitGeneral Washington.
tntil the early part inof the last
c"Sentud ry Miford, Conn., had a house
into which Wm shisngton a was said to
have spoont a night It was in 1789,
when Washington made a tour of
wTradition does not addition ys that
there were certain things about his
stay'at the Milford tavern which he
did not enjoy. The sniper set be-
fore him consisted of filed meat
and potatoes. He w as not pleaen
with the meal and asked for a bowl
of bread aof nd mik. The landlord
brought the new order and a broken
pewter spoon with which to eat it.
"fHave you no better laspoons than
this?" asked General Washington.
"It's the best I have in the house,
sr," replied the host

ocellency. Hmberelin's 2ough Remedyshgs. ThGoe
re ation deed marvelous. After three

result was indeed marvelous. After three

over, the rooms were intolerably
warm. So, on pretense of letting
in some cool air, the unfortunate
host escaped to the hall, where he
found a servant comfortably asleep
on the settee.
"Wake up!" sternly commanded
the Philadelphian in the man's ear.
"Wake up, I say! You must have
been li-tening at the keyhole!"-
Harper's Magazine.

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tried Wrenod of the human family h uiviae
prompt relief when taken for Coeiljtlon,
Indisetion. Billotane. D peumta. INst-
hcm or other troubles incident to a r a
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rady prepared, having been cul
into pieces and stuck together with
an adhesive substance, and a thread
with a knot at the end, pulled
through it from the "wings," so
that it flies to bits when the gun is
fired, is "how it is done."
Generally the more dangerous a
feat appears the more carefully is
all danger guarded against. In the
"William Tell"'act the thread is
often tied to the assistants foot.
When, again, the ash is shot off a
cigar which the assistant is smok-
ing a piece of wire is pushed by his
tongue through a hollow passage in
the cigar, thus thrusting of the ash
at the moment of firing.
A favorite but simple trick is the
abooting from some distance at an
orange held in a lady's hand. Great
applause is invariably forthcoming
when the bullet drops out on her
cutting open the fruit. It is insert-
ed by hand earlier in the evening.
Another popular trick is that of
a.afflo.g out lighted candles. Half
a dosen are lac in front of a
screen, in which s many small
holes are bored, one against each
candle wick. At the moment of
firing a confederate behind the
screen sharply blows out each can-
dle vith a pair of bellows.
In most instances where a ball or
other object has to be broken on a
living person's head blank car-
tridge is used and the effect pro-
duced by other means. A special
wig with a spring concealed in it
worked by a wire under the clothes
| is generally used, the confederate
manipulating the spring simulta-
neously with the firing of the rifle.
As the ball is of extremely thin
glass, a mere touch suffices to shat-
ter it.
In these exhibitions some of the
rifle "experts" invite gentlemen
from the audience to testify that
the weapon is indeed loaded. The
cartridge shown looks very well, but
it is a shell 'of thin wax blackened
to resemble a leaden bullet. It
would not hurt a fly.-London Tit-

Left Till Called For.
When Wilkinson went to his of-
fice one day last week he felt calm
and contented. He hadn't any need
to worry about his wife's loneliness
any more, for he had bought a capi-
tal watchdog for her.
But, alas, when he arrived home
his wife met him with the deplora-
ble news that the dog had gone.
"Eh!" said Wilkinson. "Did h'
break the chain, then .'
"No," she replied, "but a great,
ugly looking tramp came here and
acted so impudently that I let the
dog loose. But instead of tearing
the tramp to pieces the nasty dog
went off with him."
"Great Scott!" said Wilkinson.
"That must have been the tramp I
bought him from!"--London Ex-
Caught. )
In Philadelphia they tell a story
of a man whose wife had arranged
an "authors' evening" and persuad-
ed her reluctant husband to remain
at home and help her receive the
fifty guests who were asked to par-
ticipate in this intellectual feast.
The first author was dull enough,
but the second was worse. More-

For the person who desires a ure' -tantinthdli es"r-e-. I
N ;?tmre'm staut in tli jigltt deswt. It
unique form of sport "running t1 :s niade in both liquid and a powd form. i
bea" in southern Patagonia is reo Ll-munt and awnible to the sW Oee.
ammended. The rhea as a member in actions d e ima-.1 west-.
iater efect
of the ostrich family, but somewhat ug a f te e
smaller. It runs with the swiftness e --e a n uf
of a greyhound or a fast horse aid We hae a large number of lemtes ha
oatialed patrons who bav beas benda d
has a knack of doubling on its and cared by it.
track, which often serves it in elud- St. Joseph'* Livr Lvr later ew
ing its pursuers. The natives in by drsiss and general mercham or you
nntiwg t use hones, dogs and t can end to as tr it Pri sa .Uen**
bola. The dogs course after the abo t Powdom. in tin boxes. oe
box. Sample d powdea and b lst emM
fleeing bird in full cry, while the fm on m"i s
hunters follow after at top speed, sow M,
prepared to throw the bola if op-.
nortunity offers.
The bola, consisting of two or
hree heavy bells of lead or stone
attached to a thong six or eight
feet long, serves to hamper the
rvements of the bird, for the
balls twine about the part crhiSh
the bola strikes regardless of
whether it be the legs, nec" or 0
wings. This permits the dogs d ,s ,s i
hunters to overhaul and dispqtcb S S& & *
tde bird. o e
At the approach of danger the *
Sbea will often crouch flat upon tu
ground with neck outstretched on- 0""@s"S V.cmow..e*
dr the grass, remaining motion ess ? 's
mtil the dogs have passed. This
,trategem is often successful wten -
the wind is blowing against the
went, but when the contrary is the
ase the dogs soon discover the hi*-
ing bird. In this case, doubtles'e
bewildered by the sudden failure f oC
it* artless ruse, it makes no attempt
A escape.
The chase of the rhea, whi ch C OU
sometimes extends over a distanc-
of ive or six miles, is a thrilling
oNe. It has for the rider all the ex-
dtement of a horse race, with thv
added satisfaction of knowing that
the winning of the race will result owma
in a welcome addition to the larder.
T'e wings of the rhea have a flavor
not unlike that of turkey, and if
o0e is not averse to the taste of
hrseflesh the meat of the thigh is
vry satisfactory. The rhea is one
of the main food supplies on a Pat.
asonian hunting trip.-New York
Charged For It. b SSt.pCm Ssiupsm
Fanny Kemble, the celebrated
uatress of years ago, once spent thk is a biy sos s ais u.
utunmer at a small country town m r 2S l, tlpsa u cSs.
M~ssachusetts. While there she ein- -
gaged a neighbor, a plain farmer' ,
to drive her around. The farmer, *
ortiring to entertain his guest, et- '
petiated freely upon the state of
the crops and to neighborhood gcIs-
.a.p until Miss Kemble remarked o
amecwhat testily, "Sir, I engaged can knowevy.w
3 n h s .i V On cr T o 1 7. .'a s
you to drive for me, not to talk to *anistvpowia:am. .8M
mee." The farmer said no more. ; n syba W.e..m
When Miss Kemble was ready to & SW
itave town she sent for the man -.n A. M
end asked for her bill. One of te *** A
item therein she could not under- n M* 'MFERIT L ,M s,
tvend and asked for an explanation.
That?" said the farmer. "Oh.
^at's'Sass, 5.' I don't often take JOHN WHITE & .
t, but when I do I charge." tou-vtuc. av.
Cruelty. mols ils'l Ilss s
'Are you Mr. Briefleigh '".FURS
S'e.', sir. What can I do fe- aila

'i wish to retain you as my CO;L- .* ...- --
ast i am going to begin suit far
Korce." KILL11'.COUCH
"Ah! I'm sorry to hear that vow. As CURE rTH LUNOS
f.'l it necessary to take such ,i c
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:t7min m p" M tem Anso Pwb

d" h Be s- p o PWaftisr, father a

----l e pr for~...s. at afie to deiorate trd-

. A tr r,,,e -_.a. the c erstemperso, with
w hllwal tdr uo ,te o that ti tlren-
B etin h adpntod, o e ----si ld leOWght to hI s1

---H-e the.S "aahm L s i..e "toni the f cothato
asetr .t b, boetetu' they were most autDonnm- for-
trveler no tto ssomeh. l jike an an shr t time, ibu soar omAed away
a mrbm ,. As t hoo' athoth.l ^. Jae lo the -t ans t.onra, with

s ir, "s d ls A to that time all M lo-
gookeI t o it with otering sad Alv 7kissua.b, The bl ee et intwolerant abo renad(jitg sat
S i r yield a oil muth pried for di eulJpoo, a don v b ne. tt o lue is"
^ i t a vistohsria tarpeso^as. ho oe t em c an t list over th figu oe ro that-
S .Ia ph f sh i o y o styoung enetian,
ithe h hep, he be- T4here are lfour spece of seals oanldt etiome, but te ado aed out tha

o'.tolb heiyed fd ldor-- theby seat the he made friends with omnt d
t. Allnf A o fille manh as- hpe W bt ooa andpth eraeoflip- is Bapee to, were ebut-i
i per. The dsiharp a-the ea of aed the erteen-
m$oe. Atea" sringoin- the l dWate it aro twNeiboundland -saAre o wah s omedium.Totoistendto
b h* i*s o a ndto k p ra d o r t h e tbay G th e h e m adeot ic e n do w th D o mein c o a n d
*e M am =s gle wth i, ls fo nt c b r o r on an jince they* were en-
W. at e hrer. T he harp se al-the seal of gaged upon the same work, they
1'.:.. he nove b heard of l4er-so called from hav- .-g cv--tlyhre
r- eat a, Wnt Amsa ben Amar ig a broad, curved ie of da migt convenient y H snre a d gin ag.
E1 o of Mthe i cn- e should r and me t on th a morose and surly dispoition, as
SAl t pple .oof the oun- ubec shoulder a man h meeting onmhe tonished people by his change of
camthee to bcaY. manove. H e s f fig- m n, learonedto ^play the
S traveler did not fail to en- ure something like an ancient harp lute, in which art Domenico was
a th Amgbt o the ,Are tehood, te often withthe olso an expert, and, donning the
S imtes eom b, and oon p ms they are also taken for the r jaunty habit of a Florentine dandy,
oe o it with offering, d A skisaM. The male, called the "dng the two went about serenading and
%'. Ali fat enda nch. hood,-s distumied from the fe- takin part in the gay pranks Do-
-,,,,, wahno s fsleshain hi snoe. When attackedrawgolder earnedeVenice. But
wM -tht nerl etede Muohamo mal by asp ncious sack ortbag of menicooad learned di wenice. But
Sa Mohm who lat h on h no en athe secret of the medium remained
aadoed his marabout in or enraged he inmates this hood unknown, and Andrea was only able
S'to a vit tto his rival with airsoas to cover the face and to discover (hat Domenico ground
tw m athment when eyes, and it is strong enough to re- i h color in oile.
Smmy ervitor. dt seal shot When thus protect- As Domenico' pictures neared
Sa h midfn he whlp rd: od ene l ed only by oo- completionthey attracted moreand
--il me the truth. Who is your lang him in the neck and the base of more notice for their brilliant lus-
l,7 the sw s- o r ter, which seemed to make the flesh
j- j as I stole from you. And Unlike the cowardly harp eal., of men and women throb and pul-
W toll -wbo i your mars- the dog hid fights desperately in sate. His draperies, too, were paint-
Si defense of his mate. nd young ones, ed in colors which the tempera
SThe a ithr of the a you stole and if they are killed he becomes nters could not produce. All
e s l f tr noes In furious,infla his hood, while his orence went mad over Domenico,
D Boeri, in nostrils dilate into two huge blad- and Andrea was forced to listen to
den. As he rushes at has enemZ the praise and admination poured
with Bounderin leaps, it is AS we out for Domenico while he worked
A A bs momIn @o w to keep a safe distance if the hunter unnoticed upon his "Last Supper"
colonel Charles Marshall, who is alone, for instances have occur- on an adjoining scaffolding. Andrea
aMdeuamp ,to Go "al Robert red where a fight between an old was much the greater artist. This
I. Lee ad who went through the dog hood end ive or six men has wuas conceded. His drawing was
S battles of the war with his chief lasted for an hour, and more than more perfect, but for the moment
S told the following amusing story of once a man has been crunched to no lines could make up for the bril-
2 D O with a new horse: death by the powerful jaws. liant color which Domenico pro-
s gI bei had been shot from The seal is a great traveler, but duced.
-h fin the fight of the pro-, depends on the rivers of the ocean Andrea grew more gay, more af-
S ilus day, ad he had taken posses- to take him where he wants to go. fectionate in his treatment of Do-
im f l al that seemed to Like a good many other tourists, he menico, and the latter, suspecting
weiork. In the battle a few spends his summer in the north, nothing, opened his heart to the
Ss later he was riding across a leaving the southern waters in May older man. One evening when, as
I 4 which- there were numerous and spending about three months usual, DImenico took down his lute
I Wllpe. in the seasabout Greenland. With and threw his long cloak across his
S.,.Sui iy the performance open- the beginning of the arctic winter shoulder preparatory to a stroll he
* 1 e hguns roared, andthe air the seal horse starts on its long called to Andrea in vain. An ex-
.tfs ed with smote and noise, southern voyage.-Day Allen Wil- cuss that a commission of some mo-
* Bfoe Colonel Marshall knew ley in Van Norden's. meant had to be completed and the
t wet happmig the horse had lateness of the hour finally satisfed
h, foe feet on one of the stumps levd With a Not Ibon Domenico, who went off alone. He
I md- wuswi1v d5teing in a circle. or mided by oyert.ed kettle. eut with a had scarcely left the door when An-
"; In the me-ntim te firing was in- kaU..a brmId by damed doer, injured by dream dashed out and, .linking along
raigad the situation wa any- .- In* A a dark alley, met Domenico at a
thi" t comfortablee. But the _f-s. ad kill.. the-In. i.ut'sam,*s ur- street corner. Crashing into him
buss kept on as if he were ejoy- goin ,u. ^,v.S and shattering the lute. he brained
i0 i tt. .e Ds5, ad him with a plummet which he had
SColonel Mauahall, "that I found the S.ound Phiieophy. -Helen Zimmern in Metropolitan.

bheu had belonged to a circus and Of all methods of making anoth- --
Shad been trained to do this act or person angry and disagreeable Her Cerreotion.
mid the firing of &L -"- the worst is to tell him that he will "Father, I ish I knew why they
"have to" do something. How often laughed at my corrected sentence ID
Abe FC r aurlvme n N do we hear, "You will have to go ilish class today," exclaimed a
Old Abe Cruger lived in New to the other window," "You will high school girl recently. Her fa-
d i the days of Indian war- have to go into the other car," their looked up from his evening
fare. He was a fatalist of a pr "You will have to wait an hour, paper and asked what the sentence
meoeed type. Nevetel he "You will have to write the general was.l, M. W
l not vnure oay he had anou s pasnger agent or superintend- "Well, MiA West gave us each a
blunderbuss O day ent," and the like! Primarily we sentence to correct, and mine was,
Mgrmtt b t, are all free agents and don't "have 'I went to the tonsorial parlors to
biss, when he m to get t to" do a darned thing. We may get a hair cut.'
misiag from the rack made of an- find it expedient or necessary to 8 "And how did you correct it?"
oers whoh it always hung. Soe certain end, but we don't even asked the father.
ee of his family t had taken it Abe "have to" eat if we don't want to. "Why, I corrected it the only
t down to wat tiU w oughtHow easy to put the direction in way you could correct it, of course ,
book. T h th another manner, such as, "The oth and Miss West just doubled up
t Abe* I thought you were a do, plee," or "Will you laughing when she read it, and then
l aat w a Md -' a kindly take the car ahead ?" or "The she read it aloud, and every one in
Bo1 I .[rules require." A short, very short, the cl washout ted. They didn't
S M wh bother epaaion of wh a certain things kn it was my sentence, but I
^1-1-tauAtd WB D aoos n .ecessary .will always work won- .ut
Se taatod t ."ing a "But what did you write ?"
aa s i O dan ger fr S In- l"Why, father! What would any
&Mi you ae t y d Py eone write ? I wrote, 'I went to the
t-tw tosTr eemeW." tonsorial parlors to get my tonsils
S'o" S4 th d jb Ut cut,' of course -!-Youth's ompan-
ss.mso I we to met .R .a No wom am.b trtly beAMilw. .as a ion.




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Leare aatj EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave ALATKA TO ZAST Arrive.e
Palatka ) PALATKA Palatka Palatka i PALATKA Paulait
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Leave Eatl EAST PALATKA TO iArrlveSan Leae San SAN MATEO TO EAST ,ArriveT
Palaka SAN MATFO Mateo Miteo PALATKA Palatlk
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I- Sporting Goods
Is what you need Mr. Florida Meroh-
ant to make your investment in this
stock a success.
The Best Qalitj, Th Best Ko, The Bet Profits
We are agents for the State
We sell at factory Prices
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" Dib"ln of Men's and Boys' High Grade Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Neckwear
,ir w,? Trunks Suit Oases, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Hosiery to be.unmercifully slaughtered
! lnezxt'EN DAYS. The entire stock placed in the hands of C. N. Harper & Co., Merchandise Sale Special-
f chicago, Illinois, with positive instructions to turn the bulk of the sltok into cash in ten days
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Prices Cut, Slashed and Utterly


Torn to Pieces

Everything in the Entire Stock to b Sold

Les thi Cost of material

The Terrific Ten Days Cash-Raising Sale Starts .

SSaturday, February 13th, at 8 a. m.
Store olmed Thursday and Friday, Feb. 11th and 12th, to enable us to arrange and mark down the stock

Less than Half Regular Price

Barely the Cost of king

The Lowest Prices Ever Known

t Stock of High Grade merchandise

Literally Thrown at the People
A veritable sale, volcano in eruption, the
lava ofW. S. Branning's peerless stock
of merchandise is for all, $15,000 worth
ofthe finest Clothing, Furnishings, Hats,
Caps and Men's and Women's Boots,
Shoes and Rubbers to be Unmeroifully


To the working men and economical buyers
of Titusville and vicinity, this means a great sav-
ing to you-an opportunity of a lifetime is at hand
where your hard-earned dollars will do double
duty. Try us and be convinced. It's a well-
worn saying, but it fits this case exactly.

Look: It's Safe to Say

Listen! Do Not Eiss It

There will be a crowd, but you
will be jostled by a pleasant and good
natured people-a money-saving op-
portunity that appeals directly to you
-ten days of inimitable bargains be-
fore the public.
This sale will abound with money-
saving inducements that will truly

The time has come! ThePriceButcheryofthe All records will be broken in this great sale for prove a tonic for overworked pock-
Age, Overshadowing, Erlipsing all former at- the next ten days. et books.
tempt at argain-giving. There will be bargains galore.
We've left no stone unturned to make this We caution you to come early, as
We must sell this entire stock and we have but event a grand success in every way. the sale will last for TEN DAYS
TEN days in which to accomplish our purpose. Thousands of dollars worth of high grade goods ONLY. Everything must go rapidly
We have gone through the stock, cutting and are thrown on the market regardless of cost or This will be the first
slashingprices on everything in the house-noth- value The price cards all over the store tell the
ng has escaped the vigorous cutting necessary story of the greatest bargains ever attempted by kind that ever occurred in tis coun-
to effect an absolute clearance. any concern on earth. ty, and it may never occur again.

Come! Be Sure and Come to the

Greatest, Grandest, Most Stupendous

Bargain Carnival Titusville has ever known

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