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: 04 30, 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: VID00699
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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pi O asd ad a very pleasant trip.
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in the ating ahet a la number of tme

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t ree ived -a new Aidpent of
O t" oxforAs for um ana boys.
Me oloed wi color oxfords hn all
te latet uts, tao tm, brown pt
at lamther, gun metal, vid and can-
TL "All FreA, New Stock"

TitaeMIn Florida.
McPaddus'r Time Is Short
Governor Gllchrist has signed the
death warrant of Mcdden and
Mmerf Brown read the amme to the
Mo talt Shaftday. The date et
w thaemutonkisthreuweelfrom
tob'--Piday, May 21st This an-
**mfim=t vwl be read with a great
deld of "tlaetion by a large num-
ber of people In this county. MeFad-
de had nothing tomy, mo we are
ud, ~when the death warrant
was read to hUL.
KM 'e Geth GeFunii Dep't
Me's itraw hats in al the latest
7 ri~M ranging from 75 cents
WWM also put oa sale about 5
m atMiq-_ M rime ranlingg
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M asf16 the Ist T MM es.

Sat os Quartete at Taahassee
At.Governor Gilebrists reception'
to the members of the legislature
Thursday evening of lest wk the
msnimal program was furnished by
the famous Stetson Glee dub from
Deand. They came by pecialnvi-
tation of the governor.
With their humorous selections
they called forth much favorable
-omment ad hearty applause. The
Athens mixed quartette sang beauti-
fully an original and fetching ar-
rangement of the old favorite, Annie
laie. Miss Lena Conkling, so-
prano, sng with wonderful power
end beauty and delighted every hear-
er. She received praise from every-
one present from the uoverknor down.
Prof. Phillips in the duet with Miss
-Conkling sang his part well and with
great expression. He is director of
the Glee club and the teacher of Mias
The club is made up of a very fine
lot of young people and they are very
worthy representatives of the great
Stetson university. Dr. Hulley should
feel proud of them indeed. The
house of representatives in Friday
morning's session tendered the priv-
ileges of the floor to the club. Dr.
Murphree of the Female college in-
vited the club to entertain the young
lady pupils Friday morning and the
Stetsonites received a very hearty
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
as follows: Lot No. 3, section 35,
also lot No. 3, section 36, in township
31 south, range 39 east. This land is
uniHpiroved but finely located. For
further particulars address.

brought to the attention of the board
of county commissioners at their May
meeting, which will be held next Mon-
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Columbia dry, Edison wet, batteries
Perfection oil aud gasoline stoves
Globe-Wernicke elastic book cases
Refrigerators, coolers, freezers
House, boat and engine paints
CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
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Dr. Mile, Dmest, tUviUw e.
MissAnnie Morgan was calledto
Jensen yesterday afternoon by the
lles of heraunt, Mrs L. H. Wells.
Editor E. D. Odin, of the Coeoa
ad Rockledge News was in town
Tuesday and called at THa STAR of-
Mrs. Pritchard, of White Springs,
arrived Wednesday afternoon on a
visit to her cousin, Mrs W. T. Math-
er, of South Titusville.
Petitions for special five-mil tax
for road purposes are being cireu-
lated inroad districtsNos. land,
comprising Titusville and Mims.
Contractor Hall has the foundation
for Mr. Geo. BrockeU's new resi-
dence well under way. This will be
another improvement for South Ti-
Mrs. C. J. Denham's music class
will give a recital in the Titusville
opera house next Tuesday evening
at 7:80 o'clock. Invitations will be
essued later.
Mr. A. W. Lee and family arrived
lmere at week from Mt. Jackson, Va.,
and are occupyis one of the Taylor
cottages for the summer, at least,
and we hope they may stay perma-
tly, we understand they are
o during the purchase of a home
Dr. Badger delivered an excellent
lecture before the Progressive Cul-
ture edlu in the club rooms Monday
afternoon. His subject, the Book of
Exodus, was handled in a clear and
forceful manner, and all who were
fortunate enough to hear him were
very much pleased.
Messrs. Harry Jennings, of Wal-
ton; Geo. L. Saylor, of Ankona, and
J. G. Gilmore, of Jensen, stopped
here a while Wednesday morning on
the motor yacht Dreamer on their
way from Oak Hill to Walton. The
Jennings-Harris party left the boat
at Oak Hill about two weeks ago on
account of illness and returned to
Walton, and the above party came
up 4fter the boat.

Suggestion for Connecting Roads
Com. J. H. Allen, of Allenhurst,
has made a novel snastion toward
the solution of the vexed road prop-
osition between Oak Hill and Titus-
ville. It is to the effect that if Volusia
and Brevard will make a hard surface
road of the present road from Oak
Hill to Allenhurst, a distance of
about six miles, he will agree to trans-
port automobiles from Allenhurst to
Titu viUle on his dispatch boat Roches-
ter for a nominal sum, taking all the
risk of transfer between the two
The Rochester is capable of carry-
ing five or %ix autos at one trip, land-
ing them and taking them on at the
city dock.
We understand this matter will be

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MomNY, MAT 8, 10.
White madraa i alsome de-
signs, -.ripa and figures, m inches
wide, worth sets a yard, Monday
only, 1 .ents.
"al;ook in stripes and cheeks,
,worth 25 ents, special 15 ents per
wteo Indian Head linen, 44 Inches
wide, already hbrunk, peial 19 cents
Al in fancy colors and stripes, 36M
inches wide, price 19 T er yard.
Poplin intho latest special-
ly good for one-piece drees, worth
85 cents Monday's special, 2 cents
Children's and mimes' hose in fine
ribbed, colors black or tan worth 25
cents, Monday's special, ig cents per
pair, sies 5 to 91.
Children's Little Beauty under-
ai. made of splendid quality of
eambr, age 2 to 14, ents each.
Figured lawns and batistes, new
and up-to-date degs, special 12
and 15 cents per yar
Galatea oth in a the latest
styles with bordersand without, 36
inches wide, 19 events per yard.
Amoskeag inghams, in brown,
pink, green and blue, Moday's spee-
al2ads for $I
White Marselae bed spreads
worth 2.00, extra large sie, pecal
White table damask, t inches wide
all linen, eal 29 eentperyard,
toSpecal prces on hammocks and
JuuUu KuNE,
Titusville, Florida.

Re-epion for Dr. A. S. Badger
The Ladies' Aid of the Presbterian
church held a reception last Monday
evening, at the lovely home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Seobie, Sr., in honor
of Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Badger.
There was a large number present,
and the piano selection rendered by
Miss Leah Losley, the solo and reci-
tation by Miss Sadie Duren and solos
by Mrs. Van de Veer, Miss Merle
Scobie and Miss M. Klebs, were en-
joyed immensely by everyone. The
leather pillow with the signatures of
the officers and members of his



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Tnnn ?o N t ,.d
We hear that Mrs. Deoier expeita
to close her boarding house the *t
of June.
Mr. Geo. M. Quarterman, of a-
nana river, spent several days in Wl-
tusville the latter part of It week.
Dr. UtleyhastheCadillac Inservie
again after a thorough overhauling
and renewal of of f the motor
Miss Easter Carlile expects to leave
this afternoon for Fitgerald, Ga.,
where she will spend the -mmer
with her sister, Mrs. Z P. Gid4 s..
Mr. Jerome Feaster, of Miami, is
spending the greater part of this
week in Tituaville-his former home.
His friends are gladto see him and
he is the picture of health too.
The government boat MeGuire, to
which reference is made this week
on page4, stopped at the city dock
yesterday about 1 o'clock. Capt
Ble expects to make Sewalls Point by
MM-. J. I. Quirin, Miss Violet
Quiria sod the three Minmes Quir-
in, who sent the past seaso at Mel-
bourne, spent part or last Satuday
rat Hotel Dixie on their return to their
home in Binghampton, N. Y.
The Georgian items intended for
T=u StAR of April lth were de-
layed en route and did not ra mus
until last Saturday, the 24th. Where
were they during all the time of ten
days? They were mailed on the 14th.
We return many thanks to our
friend Mr. C. L Nichols, of Sharpes,
for sending us a crate of assorted
vegetables, containing the finest cel-
ery, new Irish potatoes, wax beans,
beets, cabbage, etc. The editor's
family has certainly been feasting
this week.

church here, and also of other Titus- Important Masters Sales
ville citizens who contributed each a Two important master's sales will
dime for the privilege, burnt in the Twomade next Monday-the rule day
squares which formed the artistic in May-when the Walker depart-
top of same, also a sum of money, in May-wet sen the building will be depart-
was then presented by Mr. H. Wil- ment store building will be sold un-
was then presented by Mr. H. Wil- der decree for foreclosure of mort-
son, for the ladies, to Rev. Badger der din for of the of m ort-
with expressions of thanks for hise in favor of the complainantd-
services while here and regrets at some residence of Mr. Geo. E. Pritch-
his departure, to which a lovely re- ett, situated in South Titusville, will
sponse was given. Refreshments of also be sold to satisfy a mortgage
delicious cream, etc., were served, held by the Treutler estate. Both of
these properties are worth a round
At a late hour the guests took their sum above the claims against them
departure, bidding Rev. and Mrs. and should sell well.
Badger good bye, and thanking the
ladies and Mr. and Mrs. Scobie for a Queen Quality
thoroughly enjoyable evening. Oxfords, Pumps, Ankle Strap
Rev. and Mrs. Badger left Tuesday $.5 $3.* 3.
afternoon for St. Augustine, where Think of a factory producing 10,-
he has charge of the Memorial church 000 pairs of "Queen Quality" shoes
in that city for a month, when they a day. Yet it isn't enough to meet
will return to their home in Wiscon- the demand. New additions have
sin. just been completed that will make
Sthe daily capacity 18,000 pairs. What
Commencement Exercises a tremendous attest to the popularity
Commencement Exercises of "Queen Quality" shoes.
The school year for 1908-1909 closes You should see the new styles now
Friday, May 7th. on exhibition. Oxblood, tan, brown.
T achrsareing a atent leather and vici. All new
The teachers are preparing a short stock. Mail orders a specialty.
commencement program, to which WINSTON S. BRANNING,
the patrons, guardians and friends of Titusville, Fla.
the school are cordially invited. ... .
Diplomas will be presented to the Briarwood Apiary For Sale
following pupils, who have completed Eighty colonies 3-banded Italian bees
oi in 8 framed hives, one two and three
the grammar course as prescribed by stories, 190 bodies in use, about 1,500
the county board: Loretta Hall, Vio- drawn combs part wired, also 75 empty
let Windham, Maude Collins, Bertha hive bodies with frames, about 1,000
extra frames, 100 queen excluders. 100
Froscher, Edwin Miller and LeRoy bottom boards, 75 gable covers, 2 framed
Bethea. Cowan extractors reversible, 5 honey
Exercises take place at the opera knives, Jumbo smoker, 23 Porter bee
escapes, Solar wax extractor, home-
house next Friday evening. Seats made uncapping can, swarm catcher
will be reserved for patrons and guar- with poles, 2 Alleg'.drone and queen



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A small nego boy :was
along th stret carrying a ture by
th tail when a ventriloquist stand-
bg near threw his voice over to the
turtle and seemed to make it asy
" you all gain' with mae
The little negro heard the question
an4 looked around with astonish-
ment, but, not beingentirely satis-
fed as to where he voice came
from, walked on. Again the ventril-
oquist threw his voice over to the
turtle and aid, "I say, where is you
all a-takin' me?'
Thiq time the boy was satise
that the turtle had been gifted with
a miraculous power of speech and
instantly dropped it on the side-
walk in consternation, ev'lia*i'g:
"I. isn't a-takin' you all nowhar. I
has don dropped you!"-Exchange.
A Lueky Answer.
. A famous animal piter says.
that when he was a boy he once
witnemed a fight between two dogs,
one of which belonged to an. Irish-
man who was a retired prizefighter.
The Irishman's dog was badly beat-
ea, and the fact was a source of
deep chagrin to the owner. He was
very jealous of his dog's record, but
a only he and the painter had seen
the ght, he asked the latter in a
decidedly significant way which of
the dop won.
"Why," was the reply, "your dog
won, of course. He was underneath
the other dog, but he was chewing
the life out o the cur all the time."
"That's rightt" said the Irish-
man. "You have saved your lifee"
The Clever WMve rd.
An interesting bird is the "weav-
er." It seems to be fond of mak-
ing enormous nests merely for the
purpose of exercise in the art of
construction. Supply these birds
with strings, and straw, and they
will use them up rapidly, and their
fabric is woven with a perfectness
that is astonishing. In some coun-
tries it is the custom of the weaver
birds to colonize and build one big
flat topped platform, two or three
yards across, which is so admirably
put together as to shed the rain as
well as any roof could do. Under
this roof they make individual pock-
et shaped nests, brwigiig up under
this unique structure a large and
interesting family of little weavers.
There is another bird, called the
"tailor," which, instead of weaving
its nest, incloses it in big leaves and
stitches the latter together with
plant fibers, just as one would sew a
piece of cloth.
The Pewer ef Enthueiasm.

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the st w yaome to
maW teUcs iettrs. In afeeble
HsAd that we4 V oW e fata morrow
Na trw a women, who smply signm-
e4 hPNWal "25r Mother," tqd a typcal
taW a hrba heart. In lar letter
thoyis woan esaed Mi Jar visfor
he "gKd thought" and samid: "I have
a an 0" three 4suooghte, They are
AUt.oMft. ewotdIon"
bee Iy tbe bot I bave not muhp
W ay so He writes to me and
be *V me an address I write
tso tha teis bsoand tome. Reseonds
o a tmer pasdt. evles abut will not
eo Hs -,e is wander l all over
tha e atnd I want him to-come to
his IfO nly ftar me aight. If I
Sg only see bimn ad tell hi ba how I
e Man I aould fe that ao U the good-
"e" tm 0.G o tWas" forof In tmy
eI age w malne. I do not want his
money. I am eala igt al for im.
JBt. o.o It be wotue only come toae
byior Idie I should be so happy!
PIM pry aw for my boy with pe and
ask that he be seat tboe."
t thisM spiritOM wheh msuely appeals
to e wr mamn and woman, wear
Wh* Wernatien on the* second Bunday
l May sad keep In your heart the
you ma. If yoaen't. old sil enthcom-
mualoa with her, for her thought will
solely b t you .
Miss Jarnis original itea embraced
the simultaeons observance nl every
part of the world of the love and rev-

whlteespr which stands for purity: Its
form sad fragrance, representing
beauty and love: its wide feld ofd
alg charity ande ftlthflnea-alt a
true mother's vi htues

Ali kanght sised the bridle of Wig
lRp i oeTs sad eried to his con-
sIeu, "the king is taken! Louis,
nktwithstanding his carnal incum-
boae, mor than equal to the
Bglish knight, struck him to the
rod, exlaiminig,. "Know, Sir
rnigt that at chess the king is
never taken!"
At the very same time in the
mysterious empire of the far east it
was a daily custom of the heir of
the Caesars, after spending sleep-
Ie nights in thinking how he could
repel the hordes of the Mohammed-
ans and maintain the cross against
the crescent, morning after morn-
ing to collect around him his court-
iers and friends to expel those
cares which made his night uneasy
by the royal game of chess. So re-
cords. Anna Commena of her im-
perial father, whom she loved and
served so well.
At the time of the renaissance
chess was much played in the high
est Italian society. Pope Leo X.
delighteA in the game and himself
possessed a set of silver chessmen.
And as the game is of immemorial
antiquity, so its virtues will main-
tain it so long as the world shall
last. The first book printed by
Caxton in the Engish language was
"The Game and Playe of the
Chesse."-Treasury Magazine.
Female Jest.
Nothing better illustrates the
Idullness of society in the middle
ages than the custom used by all
high placed and wealthy persons of
keeping a professional jester, nor
was it confined to Christendom, for
we read that Cortes found an indi-
vidual of this profession at the
court of Montezuma. Our modern
clowns, though very different from
the licensed jesters of old, owe to
them, of course, their origin. But
Po far as is known the female jester,
who was in vogue before the male,
has no present representative. We
are told by Erasmus that in all the
great inns on the contjient there
was in his time a female official of
this description who enlivened the
company as she waited at table by
witticisms and repartee. It should
be added, however, that she was
generally young and pretty. So late
as 1858 we read in Mrs. Hornby's
"Travels" that she found ,a female
jester at Constantinople who was
exceedingly amuing.
Nearly a Here.
"Hands up!"
The passengers on the. Pullman
car took in'the situation at a glance
and did exactly what the train rob-
ber told them to do.
At the points of his guns he re-
lieved them of their valuables. But
at the sight of one woman he
paused with a start
"Who are you, woman ?" he de-
"I," she quavered, "am Miss Fay
de Fluffie. the well known actress.
Here are my jewels. Take them
The holdup held up his head
"No," he replied; "I may be a
robber, but I am no press agent.
Keep vour wealth!" Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
Young Girls are Victims
of headaches a4 well as older women, hut all
get quick relief and prompt core from Dr.
King's New Life Pills. the world's best rem-

edy for sick and nervous headaches. They
make pure blood and strong nerves and build
up your health. Try them. 25c. at Banner
Drug Store.

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The Powr Mother-in-law.
A Turkish piper tells this story:
"Ibrahim Effeudi, to whom things
happened, did you perchance hear
of the things? The effendi was
crossing a river, bearing with him
his mother-in-law and a bag of gold,
his savings. Then rose the flood,
which wrecked the vessel, and Ibra-
him knew not at first which to save,
the gold or his relative. Then, hav-
ing taken counsel with himself,
thought Ibrahim and spake: ']y
gold will I save, for where can I
get more gold? But Allah to mp
will give all the .mothers-in-law
that I need and perhaps more.'
Then, having thus said, he thus did,
and all the Turks said that he was





Chinese Verfhip of Anestors.
The one sp;ritua! ford-v r:that do.n-
inate% every cluFs of ,oc'etv in Chi-
na in ancestor worship. In the Chi-
nese religion there is no other that
can take its place for a moment. A
man may or may not worship idols.
He may express his utter akept
ism about them or profess belief in
them. No one cares what he
thinks. Let him, however, neglect
the worship of the dead and he is
looked upon and ppiated to with
the bitterest sorn both bhis own
relations and by hi neighL The
wont taunt that the heote can
hurl against the Cristia, a" d the
one that stiza him meet, is the
sneering state t that be has no
anestors.-New York Tribune.

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Enthusiasm is one magnet of
power. You must fire every event
with it, touch thoughts and acts
with it.. It will tranams te dross
into gold, drudgery into delight.
What matters if the soul which
lives beside you is cold and selfish?
Set him a good example! Joy is
sunshine, and he will feel it. Every
irksome task is a chance for power,
for the qualities which they bring
out are God's gifts which fit us to
enjoy better thin. Easy things
will come if you have spent your
heart's blood on gaining strength,
for the, verv am1 nf ow ia. the

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ht 'dmabd twe smere ea the
dt r pOSetU After a period of
a th we Meeem e t. s* to speak,
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won e1 0 8r Moreover, thsae tee.
*B of an stry bring together
o ad-td Tbay us*s
O W Impart to us a commo spirtt
id atsmtoe -u t a healthy emula-
e 2t w 1 pm-mtI who grumbles
that the era at exposltoe is over is
a calamity waiter and not a prophet
b a b sa ljectkio t the serum of
ltic a. He has faaed to catch
the Amaricaa spirt The exposition
h I~ a ogl mat place in our fe and
hI elme to '*sty. We ae becoming
mere more a matim of travel
mt ld to se tie world. These
f-sl eon-a N te theWorld for us in
em petI an6d ow It to uen minis-
tW lasted of requiring us to visit
disgta la a, they bring the distant
1b-f to -. Theim a tatn eomes to
oo *IMM tpototm funrish a
....mnm. "-t-p l-t, a unlvermal
dUa The aw r peanorames of ad-.

we" AJlb. It was b that awak.
Ma J"a&n and m-t'lmed the tla
Mityof atNdMa. he oeamtrel awal
ad the PhIUpp ni. A e has fursinbed
the mael and the democrattl spirit
for the gmramemats Australasa.
Tha mNw Padfe bfre
The Alaska-Tukho-Paefle exposition
at Seattle is meant to symboUle alln
tM. It k more than a mere fir; It
in the viable sign of a great Ideaan
open door to a new world. It say to
mankind: "Here are the future Mhigh-
ways of commerce, the coming theater
of Mhtory. Here the east and the
west Join hands to form the Wordd'
gnatest civllwtliom The irele of
progress i complete. It has passed
from east to west about the earth to
reach Its highest statement where the
ends meet." It is perhaps a happy
omen that this new and greater eivlli-
sation is to be called the Pacific. It
may well be pacific In a double sense.
and the thousand years of peace may
reign upon these shores.
The forthcoming exposition has In-
spied the "Chinook poet" to sing. He
has one verse to each of the words In
the hyphenated title, one to Alaska.
one to the Yukon. one to the Pacific
"ad one to the exposition. They are
perfectly good verses, that to the Pa.
iee being worthy of quoting. The
"Chinook poet" to not the flrv*ard to
asin of tim seas. Byron in a maxgnlf-


vancement, the progress of the world
done into tabloid.
It s fitting that the latest of indus-
trial festivals is to be held on the
aboes of the Pacific and that it Is to
be not a memorial of the past, but a
prophecy of the future; not hung upon
yesterday. but on tomorrow. For it Is
around the Pacieic that the world's
greatest civilization is to form. That
has been apparent for fifty years. Dur-
ing the last half century an awakening
of new life has touched all the lands
bordering the great ocean. Around the
gigantie horseshoe from Bouth Amer-
ica to Australela It has progressed, as
though some world spirit had planned
It from behind tbe scenes. It freed the
Latin American republics, threw a
restless popultim into Californla. Ore-
goS, Wablnts and British Colum-
bial found a golde key for Alaska.
stirrd eves k& locked Siberia and
dead alive Korea, transformed Japan,
brf tbhe mber of ages In China.
e .AMpea enterprise npto the
Philippines and applied the mest ad-
vanced thorlg of government to Au-
trall' and New landad The same
magical breath of life 1ilew upon the

cent apostrophe commanded the ocean
to "roll on." and It has been rolling on
ever since. The late Algernon Charles
Swinburne wrote of "The North Sea"
tn numbers sufficiently grewmome to
send shivers down the spine of an ee.-
berg. In It he had death and the sea
"holding converse of desolnte speech."
That 'would not apply to the Pacific.
however, for here life and the sea hold
converse of jubilant speech.
I did not mean to compare the "Chi-
nook poet" with Byron and Swinburne.
I merely meant to show that he had
precedents for lifting his voice In song
to the ocean. But perhaps he Is oge of
the poets who need no precedents,. one
of those who sing because they have to
or because nobody stops them. Here is
what the "Chinook poet" does to the
Marth's grandest ocean, rolling unseen of
Mr centuries-a nameless mystery!
Balbo from the heights of Darien
Naw far away a wrinkled, sailless sea.
Oeean of peace, the world's highway to
What tongues the glory of thy reign shall
What prophet shall foretell thy destiny!
What honors may not (ature ages bring
TO the. 0 averlastinz

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him with blood offerings and slay Shiloh Church to Be Rebuilt.
their own hopelessly sick, aged and An effort is being made to build a
cripples. The village that has been suitable memorial church on the site
brought to Seattle had one child born of the original Shiloh church, on Shi-
since Its advent. This young Sibe- lob battlefield, now one of the most at-
rian and others will be features of the tractive of military parks, says a dis-
village. patch from Adamsville, Tenn. It wa.s
Another unique feature is a fox on this very spot the bloody battle of
farm. the exhibitor being a man who Shiloh was begun on the morning of
has actually started such a farm, on April G. 1862. It is the purpose to build
which foxes are bred for their furs. a memorial church to cost not less
"Seward's Ioeberg." than $10.000. The names of all con-
Perhaps the greatest spectacular fea- tributors will be recorded in a perma-
ture of the exposition Is a gigantic nent register and kept on exhibition In
cyclorama of Alaska. The enterprise the church. which will be open to all
was originally started to exhibit to the vastors and tourists.
world the possibilities of Uncle Sam's
arctic possession of the Yukon valley The National Opening.
both on American and Canadian terri- The Black Hole of Calcutta
tory. The popular idea of Alaska is a May have been a thing immense.
lut It Isn't halt as popular
land of "cold and gold." As a matter As the knothole In the fence.
of fact. It to a country with great poe- -P. P. Pitser In New York 3a-.
sibiltles in agriculture. It Is no far-
ther north than Finland, and the cli- DeWitt's Little Early Rises, the best known
mate Is even milder than in the ex- pillsand the best pills made, are easyto take
treme north of Europe. It is now real- and act gently and are oeenl. We sell and
laed that some day "Seward's iceberg" recommend them. Banner Drug Store.

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c ve Pv se emM eluding e ot emy the wemje o u MppeO m
Ban aW gta er g M O -he of tledy. but that eves mere rmade
S eSe 1 @*Me tb sma ntWufe. Nltppse of the old days of the amsal.
=e 4 she eis 0 .a M0 or aesstally all the Pacific eountrles
Wmeie t the WmMept wil be nrepreseated as well a most ofc
had'ealed for. That Is the Beattle theAmerican states and soes of the
stye. Daff the pMt t a eas It hmas ropean atiosm.
grown fater thn ay eity ef Its sd In a s enie way ti location of the
S marth. With espa a tinw beb dit fit r s Meal. It M located between
the eositica ennot be etiwr than a two laeL, giving It maoe than a nale
meB00 aand a balf of water rolt. It is lter-
Another grateful departure ia the aly a falr to the forest buIlde i n
A.-T.-P. is that It is oftng to open artainf tI a plcturequ manneramong
actually on the opening day. Some the giant trees of the northwest. After
other expoaellos have opened when a visit Charles Dana Gibson, the art-
they won half done and did not get st, etbustastically declared it "the
ready to appear properly in polte aso- most beautiful expoeltion ever plan.
city till a month or two later. Seattle ned."
has advertised this as "the show that The Moutain Climbe' Convention.
will be on time." That settles the In th near distance arise th three
matter, for Seattle makes good. When t eas t
President Taft presses the button on gat peaks Mount Rainier. Mount
ane 1 be wml st r the machinery i mBaker and Mount Coastanme. One or
ua omplee plant. Thaart the machinery e the other of them is in constant view
a cOmt e T plant. ThatI se alre s frot m all parts of the grounds, thus
for ItIm p ticlly compleoud t furnishing a combination of water,
ie. houat owupl Te e oe W ltl greensward, forest and height to
date or tocpants to move It charm the lover of nature. When to
will start right and depend on that this are added the noblest effort of the
fact to help it finish right, architect and the pleasing effects of
Still another Improvement over past .,the landscape gardener one can begin
expositions is the fact that many to understand how It most have struck
Sbdings are to be permanent. They the creator of "the Gibson girl."
will be turned over to the State unl- No exposition is now complete with-
versity, on whose campus the fair is out balloon races. and Seattle will
hed. This saves a useless waste and have her speed test in the skies. A
shows good business 4igmunt One yet greater novelty to a convention of
.of these permanent buildings is that of the world's most famous mountain
foresty, which is to be made wholly of climbers, who have been invited to
logs om the gigantie trees of the come from all lands and wscal Seattle's
northwest. Most of the other build- three great mountains, oe of which,
tags are in the Prench renais sane Mount Ranthe, ammg the tallest on
style. That of New York state is a the onatient.
fatdmile of the home of William H.
Seward at Auburn. There Is also to u mindot Autsato Say
be a ne statue of Seward. the men t
who purchased Alaska at a time when that out-door exaeeis nededeby the Amer-
the wise blockheads of the day grinned on ihpeo n pl htmall ryT well, but oad
and called it "Seward's eber." Peo- esanswer is very simple-use al-
ple who look far ahead are always de- lad's Smow I aUmet and the rheumatim
raided by those superior worldlngs who will g; le vinS yR ou spry a oll Gives
quick and ermemmt efrom rheumasatin
esanot see as inch in front of their e i es. bIe ck ad all pains. old by
oawes all druggimls.
A Temuperue anestival
A fe rth upward step made by the BULL TO TROT IN RACES.
Seattle fair is that it Is to be "dry."
The state law provides that liquor Trainers Say He Can De a Mile In 2:30
shall not be sold near the university, and liaue Challetge.
and the law will remain in force. Trotted a between fast horses and a
though it is not because of the statute fall grown four-year-old Durham bull
alone that intoxicants will be prohibit- to down on the cards for western Penn-
ed in and about the expoesition grounds. sylvania tracks this year, says a dis-
The new departure will be a recognl- patch from Waynesburg, Pa.
tion of the great and growing temper- Dr. Joseph D. Chaney and John H.
ance sentiment throughout the coun- Ross have for the last three years been
try. Thus the enterprise s td be made training the bull, and they have Wis
a propheyn of the future in more ways sued a challenge to trot the bull
than one. The experiment will be against any 2-:0 horse in the Waynes-
watched with interest, and friends of burg end of the state for a large stake.
tempeace will doubtless see that the They assert that the bull has frequent-
fair does not suffer because it has dGe ly trotted a half mile to sulky in 1:22
throne King Aleohol and banished and that he can do the mile in less
him from Its domain than 2:30.
Every exposition has had its mid- The bull was first noticed trotting by
way, whee the barker barks and Co- Dr. Chaney in Maryland when it was
amy Island shows are in evidence. In one year old, and the doctor bought it.
St. Loaus this was "the Pike." In Se.
attle it is to have a name st1l more Mail Sexes on Trelleys.
original. "the Pay Streak." Any one The troUey car has been put to many
who hu ever traveled the midway and uses in addition to that of carrying
has seen the dimes and quarters melt- passengers, but it has remained for
tag through his agers will recognise Grand Rapids, Mich., to find a new
the appropriateness of the title, use for these vehicles, and this is the
There, are to be many other novel- collection of mail. Mall boxes are af-
ties. 1or one thing, a Siberian village fixed to the cars. and whenever a per-
will show to civilisation a really primi- son wisbes to have a letter reach the
tive people. The human race Is sup- main postofee in a hurry all that Is
posed to have had its earliest home in necessary for him to do is to wait on
Asi and It can readily he imagned a street corner until a trolley car hap-
that these Sobelians have not changed pens to stop at that place. The letter
their modes of living si, the distant depoalted in the box Is sent direct to
days of the frst man. They live ti the trolley terminal, where carriers
tents, kill their game with rude weap- are in waiting to convey the mail thus
on., allowing none of the blood to em- collected direct to the main poetoflee.
cape. pray to the devil and propitiate

will serve a three years' course. The
first year will be spent on the mechan-
ical end of the work with the repair
and construction gangs, the second
year In the office of the supervisor of
signals and the third year on outside
work on electric and electro-pneumatdc
appliances. They will report to the
supervisors of signals while taking this

Masonic Structure to Be Modeled After
One Erected by Solomon.
With the idea of ultimately estab-
lishing tio Jerusalem. the birthplace of
F'reemasonry. a Masonic temple. a peti.
tion is tming circulated In Boston for
the incorporation by the legislature of
a company to further the project.
As yet details for the purchase of
the temple have not been completed.
the present plan being to have the pro-
posed corporation attend to such mat-


oe- a- tterE M ..
gas-~ft"11111% soSa ab.

amb a Ua w e", aft at e
tm to her bma dubm el a*dmae.

As t ar m"' O an wwm "sit
to him beV==i n h io --
Italy bese atrve to h hm ev wm
have borne the mamwn of a peat SO
em the instant to deliver hidm eNel-
Mr. Meredith tolls the fbowIag ate
ry as illtrating how poets whom
"the equable race descbe as sp-
num rritable' are the most generous of
men nla dealing with their felmows
whom they asee to be true poets."
"It happened he says. "that Swin-
burne was expected one day ean a visit
to me. and. be being rather late. I
went along the road to meet him. At
last be appeared. waving the white
sheets of what seemed to be a'pam-
phlet. He greeted me with a trium-
phant shabout and a stanss new to my
ear. It was Fitzgerald's Omaur Khay-
yam,' and we lay on a heather knoll
beside my cottage reading a stansa al-
ternately. Indifferent to the dining bell
until a prolonged su-~ukons reminded
us of our appetite.
"After the meal we took to the paper
covered treasure again. S"jlenly swin-
burne ran upstairs, and Wind my an-
ticipations. He returned with a feath.
er pen,. a blue folio sheet and a dwarf
bottle of red Ink. In an hour be had
finished thirteen stanzas of hise Laus
Veneris,' and rarely can one poet have
paid so high a compliment to another
a Fitzgerald received then.
"Those who followed this great poet
to his grave." concludes Mr. Meredith.
"may take it to heart that the same ot
Swinburne is one to shiae stake in
English literature, a peer amom eow


No incline ep Trek Needed Per Ten
an's Machine.
A lying machine that wil rdes
straight up in the air like a lark
and alight in the same mans r is
what James W. Oman profaeses to
have perfeted after four years' ex-
periment on this oe feature, says a
Galveston (Tex.) dispatch. He recent-
ly gave the third of a series of temts
with three different maied models, and
each of them rose with apparently Ut-
tle effort to a height of from 50 to 150
feet. party of army ofce r and
other government agents witnessed the
test the other day In San Antonio. The
aeroplane is to be exhibited at Port
Sam Houston within two months.
Oman bhas been identified with aerial
navigation for twenty years and
gained a reputation as a balloonist fif-
teen years ago. The aeroplane it sim-
ilar to the Wright and other machines,
with the exception of the parts which
send the machine Into the air without
tihe use of an incline or track or auto-
mobile power.

Pennsylvania to Train Men en Lines
East ef Pitteburg.
The Pennsylvania railroad has es-
tablished signal schools on the several
divisions of the line east of Pittsbtrg
to train men for the signal service of
the system. The need for this iq due
to the rapid growth of the use of block
signaling. There are now In service
on the Pennsylvania lines east of Pitts-
burg 12,408 signals, covering 2.25
miles of road.
The Pennsylvania has appointed six
signal apprentices, to be trained as en-
gineers capable of directing and plan-
ning signal installations. Apprentices


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foot to stand on."
Breaking Jail at DeLand
Thursday night of last week five
negro prisoners broke out of the
county jail at DeLand, making their
eeeape by digging out under the wall
of the building from the floor of the
corridor. Pour of the prisoners were
harHie Warren, John Johnson, Ar-
thur Nelson, Theo. Hart, the other
name was not given. Nelson had
just been sntsesd to hang for mur-
der at CowCreek Warren had not
yet been tried for killing the Geiger
girl at Daytona last winter; Johnson
wansse need last week to life im-


Mr. Quinby was the owner of Au-


S M fliW -l *to dL

Flod"a k Now in ULns
SThe .lMda legislatre has sub-
*d the prohiitio queadon to
the people, to be settled at the polls
In 1910.
Inastrg article on this all im-
portant subject the. Miami Metropq-
li aldes aM follows
S"the flght fro now on will be a
strenuous one, for although a great
majority of Florida's counties are
dry, the tddy populated counties
wher are located the larger cities,
a wet, and the friends and enemies
of liquor are about evnly divided.
Th nrovote, whichis largely in
favor of the whiskey element will b4
a factor in the election and it is
thought for thismreono, may white
men who would otherwise be disin-
mmrested in the ise,will cat their
vot for the dry side on mecount of
the negro alliance with the whiskey
element. In this maer, too, the
votg strength of Florida will be de-
"Tme anti-prohbltionists fought
hard against the adoption of the reos
solution, and even pleaded that there
was a change of paying a prohibition
bll through the legislature. The
proM itlostsa have foughtthe liquor
element so long that they did not
Ste suggestion of their enemies,
knowing it to be insinm e. Thepro-
Shiitil preferred a square fight
af the pollswhe theyfeed sreof

"TW people of Florida kno* what
the ins before them means. They
know that prohibitim prohibits if
the proper officers- are elected and
they know that the saloon evil and
drink curse are the top-liners in the
cause of crime. The people of Flor-
Ida know that the old campaign cry
of the whiskey houses that saloons
help a town is an absolute lie. The
people of Miami know that of the five
or six murders, wherein white men
killed white this county with-
in the past year, whiskey was at the
bottom of all the crimes. Whiskey
did if. Ask the fnen who killed their'
fellow men if that isn't true .
'On the other hand, the liquor in-
terests are large in this state. They
should be allowed to dispose of their
property rather than, have it voted
away from them. Between now and
November, of 1910, the saloon-keep-
ers and wholesale liquor houses
should find opportunity of selling out
and going into some other business.
A year and a half is plenty of time
to get rid of the property. We be-
lieve this is the best thing for the
liquor people to do, sell out, for your
business will be condemned at the
poia. The people will no longer li-
cense it and you will then have no

Mid '' 'e081 le
a vi~o to rM the Mo

wd th MeMul prob-
uili mWsuim a -md by the
.@ a thedf pio by a vote of
bl to 7; The fiht 'or.the temper-
-ses kb s ws led by Lpresemtative
HlbUr, of PItae while Re.p
sentatw MaeWmiun of St. John,
eqoemty, though vainly, tried to
sare the tide which wwa running so
troag for wiping out the liquor bus-
hena from Florida.
Immediately following the adop-
tion of the routiont Mr. MacWil-
lams, of St. Johns county, gave
notice of a motion to recorder.
While e isa local optonist and has
fought valiantly ain the reolu-
tion, he voted in the affirmative,
thereby giving to him the privilege
of moving for a recoderation un-
der the rules of the house. While it
is poiblq, it is hardly probable that
the house will r.~ ider its action as
it requires a two-thirds vote to de-
termine. I
The resolution, which was adopted
by the the satthe preceding day by a
vote of 24 to 7, provides fo an amend-
ment to the constitution for submis-
ason of the prohibition question to
the people of the state at the next
general election, which according to
the conustulion, will be held on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday
in November 1910. I
The resolution further provides
that should prohibition carry at this
election the law shall not be enforced
until after sixmonths dall have
elapsed from the date of election.
This provision was made, it is stated
in order to allow the saloon men am-
ple time in which to dispose of their
Death of Edward S. Quinby
Omnai Dily atona. April I th.
SEdward S. Quinby, one of OWsin-
ing's highly respected cities, pm-
ed peacefully away last evening at
8:45 p. m. after a brief illness, at the
age of 75 years. He was stricken
with paralysis early. Tuesday morn-
The deceped was born in New
York city and was a son of Caleb and
Eizabeth Thorne Tompkins Quinby.
He married Eliza Field Quinby, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., on February 20th,
His widow and five children sur-
vive him. The children are Mrs.
SMary E. Freidel, of Brooklyn, N, Y.;
Capt. Edward Jay Quinby, of San
Diego, Cal.; Wilfred Quinby, of
White Plains, N. Y.; Miss Nellie C.
Quinby and Mrs. Florence E. Whited,
of Ossining on the Hudson.
Mr. Quinby was a member of the
Friends Society of Chappaqua, N. Y.,
and has been a member of Kisco
Lodge No. 708. F. and A. M. for
more than forty years.
The funeral will be held Tuesday
at 2 p. m. from Friends Meeting
House of Chattaqua.


We place within reach of the AMATEUR the latest, best and most seaworthy
.. designs for 1900 in all classes of

towitolsofe Speed Boats, Launches, Cabin Cruisers
mid defendants, including a tingle horse wag- Spee
on and harness, except the perishable por-
dern setl ord her ofthre oods Frames, Planked Hulls, or Partly Finished Boats
will be disposed of either in block or in p- Shipped in sections, taking advantage of less carload
stateprels so as to realize the highest sum
threfor. J. P. BnOWN. freight rates. All the hard work done by our
Sheriff Brevard County, Florida.
Tituville, Fl., April 30th, 1909. EASY-TO-BUILD SYSTEM OF CONSTRUCTION

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Tonsorial PaHlors Three years of success demonstrates that any
Corner Julia and Palm Rtt&.nnL hnlck m s __ --. -_ .. ... A -- ..---- L L..l I %* .. --







etWixirroe-a down. u&--it TO A T

a ad of the best. mhbet
MaO 4 be.. u-ineyed n pel
ne sout oft theSt. Johns river. ew
m o nein M m left the mouth of the St. John rivr

--tug, Three Friemn, and ar-
perm ne y. s riwdn St.Augum inIN t thei
S. fffour ho urb Sve minutes.
beO $e S P8 From there the boat pmmded
t6 enuine. dowD the canal, and will go Wfar
UW j"1"' ^as Key West. Capt. Bie will maim
oundingand boring along the anal
and natural waterway Msertaludaue
Sthe depth of waterand te character
S RUP ofthe bottom. Heexpet.the trip-
to consume a couple of months.
This trip is made with the object
of securing information for the gov-
Church Notes ernment which is indispensable In
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on placing a valuation on the canal
Sunday next at LeGrkage at 11a.m. which the mover.wient is contempla- M.. ou
and at Titusville at 730 p. m. ting purchasiita. Rev. J. a. Dthes, Pastr f weT.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St. Capt. Bie and Capt. Mickler an tars.ohure h lsenown, s. 0.,
Johns church, Eau Galie, on Sundaycomfortably situated aboard the boat e e
morning, May 2nd, at 10:30 o'clock, having the comfort of a hotel. The o fhba s sTer l yeas, td aNseat
mornd ing, MaHoly Trinity church, M 10:0 o'clock, superstructure of the boateontalnsa ,emes to do her say oO ual shed
and in Holy Trinity church, Mel-1i .].o e which is alJo used for a bet to is Naa mo <
bourne, on Sunday evening at 7:30. dlangroom. Tereareh two sa pious Sed f hea t hB o lorhnn y med heo
nae, t nroom. There are two ado Si she ms gmamoi ir lis e vrwoy
E. E. Shafer, pastor of the Metho, staterooms and bathroom, also plenty dty, ad *ber i sevesh la well wvey
dist Episcopal church, Melbourne, of deck room. o e ay. w w
will preh at City Point church on Drawing only three and one-half "My utie boy, te years was pawt
Sunday morning, May 2nd, at 10:30 feet of water the McGuire will have ad hbA but Uttle u He beas to
os. druas the day his mhpr bsgs.
o'clock. All are welcome to this ser- no difficulty in navigating the canal. -day his fm is y, sad bes a a
e. She is 70 feet in length and 18 feet the yrd rualag ad Jamplag with the
IEAT TH KIDEIU DO beam and is equipped with a 50h. p. rest of th ehldreb."
engine. She also carries a derrick te*mat T9r60M Inam
Their UaneMsiag Work KOeps Us operated by an engine capable of lift Mrs. T. J. IBlftu, ryer ms,
India.n Te rMnry, wrnes: "Im happy
str=e sand s wUhy ing a ton. .This derrick is uad for tote you tm Ike ee trmesmy e
All the bloodinthe body pmsesthrough removing snags from navigable stomach tro eis;s td a enatersha
the kidneysonce every ue minutes. 1streams* symptoms at al Io aable todo my
The kidneys filter the blood. Theworki In the event of the government e- wk, e ead drink wht I weat, mad
night aodday When healthy toey re LeJ0i twtt ISou. e MM 1 aa te yew
move ab Wt grabsof n Y-7quiringthe canal the samewill be re. a ssew ded
movetabot&00gmofimpmomatter C" Ih ie uabld edic/ce, whlde I #&toft
daily, when unalthy somepart of this deepened to ten feet and will prob- Ond In tmhe bestof home phyotals.
mnatteris leftinthe lod. This ably also be widened.
br on many diseases and symptoms
-pamn in the back, headache, nervous-
nes, hot, dryskin, rhmmwtim goo,
gravel, disoders of the eyesgit AI FEW LLARWS ON I
heaing, dizziness, img War heart, de- A FEY DOLLARS ON D EOT1
ability, w -, deposits aine bettr than twc a is
the uirineetc. t Youikeep the 7~aPoScTu l t 3^e
fitea right you will have no trouble our o my
with your kidneys. o rme Oan m o en Ter
John M. McCrory, living on Main St., fonner you Casot lo 0 ad are
Titusville, Fla., says: 'My back was not o aly to aed
very lame and sore and when I stoA d The First National ank
cult to re a et positi eould of St. Augustine
not assume a pition at night that
was comfortable and I felt miser- invites you to open an account.
able: The kidney secretions did not act It matters not that you can conm-
in their normal manner and gave me mand only ten dollars. That will
much annoyance. Finally Doan's Kid-I *- be sufficeat. If you are like most
ney Pills came to my attention, and I others you soon will have it more.
began taking them according to direc-
tions. They proved to be just what I
required, soon eradicated the backache
and banished the lameness and soreness.
The action of the kidney secretions was
also corrected, and I feel better in every KING OF THEM ALL! !
way. I sincerely recommend Dean's
Kidney Pills to any person in need of a
rliable kidney remedy." BALLARDS
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ets.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo New York, SNOW LINIMENT
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Dean's-and N Li
take no other .- ., ... -

(I ining D.Wily Citi :eu. April 21st.
The funeral of the late Edward S.
Quinby was held yesterday, a Masonic
service being conducted at the house,
12 Eastern avenue, at noon, and the
church service being at Chappaqua.
The Masonic service was read by Past
Master Edgar Rice, of Radium lodge,
F. and A. M. of Ossining.
The remains were then taken to the
Friends meeting house, Chappaqua,
the funeral was conducted by Friends
Robinson and Barnes, preachers.
The burial service at Fair Ridge
cemetery was under the direction of
Mt. Kisco lodge, F. A. M., with which
the deceased had long been affiliated.
The lodge also sent a very choice
floral piece.

Notice is hereby given that, under and by
virtue of executions received by me simulta-
neously and issued out of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county. Florida, against John R.
Wa ker and H. B. Mace. partners trading un-
der the firm names and style of John L. Wal-
ker & Co.. and the Walker Hardware Co., in
which the following parties are plaintiffs in
the several suit%, viz:
Mcllwaine Knight & Co; Ernest L. Rhodes
& i o.: Schwah Clothing Co.; Carter& Church-
ill Co.: The Regal Manufacturing Co.; H. B.
ihaflin Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead A Color
Co.; Augustue Wright Co.; C. H. & E. 8. Gold.
burg; Frank & Co.; Atkins. McKelden &
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply Co
The Rosenfeld Co.; and Bridgeford & Co.; I
have levied upon and will aell at public auf-
tiou to the highest and best bidder for cash.
during the legal hours of sale on Monday.
the seventh day of June. A. D., 19009. at
the store of John I. Walker & Co., on
Washington avenue, in Titusville, Florida,
the following nersonali nroiertv in sid store

Ha been CrowUem wmh r islmmn l m ase*o since imN, and
Is to-day the Best Hesloale LUlimeNt on the market.

Pric 2kc, 50c aM $1.00 Rfsem AUl
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am n sth the sO boad of pm-
d am dall put emae orme sut-
abla pwas -pui peotors and
quft mmwith doe pMMr tosub-

tmi nader oath, wham duty it
a ll b. to vit every county and in-
elaat perms *who r drawing
pe os not n rdane with the
laws of 190. Every perm ha red
with drawing a pension fraudulently
dall also be notlled and allowed to
tstift and to produce wlintnsss in
his or her defme, and the iaspector
drall write out al testimony on both
ddesof'thecame and require each
one to sign the saine underoath, and
forward it to the state board of pen-
ons, and if a majority of said board
so decide, that name shall thereafter
r be dropped from the pension roll.
The board shall pay the inspectors
whatever they decide is a fair coma-
penfation for their services out of
the pension fund.
Oe M. GRAHAM, Commander,
5, "E..T. WiUAMS, Adjutant."
(It will be noticed that Gov. Gil-
christ makes no comment on the cor-
respondence, but it is the general
opinion that the present pension law
as it stands, should be amended so
* that only those crippled by the war
.or in straitened circumstances, should
receive pensions. As it now stands
every man in the state who served in
the Confederacy is entitled to a pen-
sion, and many of these men are
actually wealthy.
The payment of this pension money
has greatly crippled the state's finan-
. os and it is the hope of the people
that the present legislature will ma-
terially change the present law, so as
to stop this wholesale pension paying.
No one objects to the disabled old
soldiers, who gallantly fought for
the lost cause, from being taken care
of inatheir decliningyears, but that
wealthy aMd well to do people should
get this pedon moWeyis objectedto
by the great maIO Floridiasm.-
n B. Jaehaonville Metropol s.)

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v-t dn you think of Ayr9p
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Propoeed New oa"rt for Town
A petition with a lar Dumber of
*ignatuinhai been gotten up owking
that the -lteltatars at a new char-
ter to thetown of Titsville,hand an-
nulin the p ent one in caethe
newopeisgranted. The new char-
ter ft.ben completed and will be
at toa t hamleeat once. Itpro-
oses some radical ehages frame the
present charter among Mw eh will be
the power to raise e- ment of
property without regard to county
and tate valuation; the right to levy
special taxes; tinre-e the millsge;
provide for fire department, electric
light equipment, etc.; provide for
street improvement, keeping up
stock, etc., etc. The charter corn-
primaqaom thing like thirty pages of
typewritten eopy. We think the
town council should submit same to
the people of Titusville through the
newspapers, so the people could be
well Informed.
A Wedding Ring Story.
It was the habit of Rev. James
Spurgeon, grandfather of the great
preacher of that name, to pray each
evening under a certain oak tree in
a secluded wood in Honeywood
park. One night he dreamed, the
story goes, that Satan appeared and
threatened to tear him in pieces if
he followed his accustomed route to
the tree. There was another path
by which he might go in safety.
Remembering his dream, Spurgeon
felt sorely tempted the next night
to take the route in which Satan
was not. But this would be to
capitulate. Trembling in every
limb, he made his way by the path
in which the danger lay. He reach-
ed his goal in safety and in prayer
and song returned thanks for de-
livery from peril. When his prayer
had ended he rose to return. In
his path lay a piece of solid gold
"as large as a curtain ring." All
inquiry failing to discover an owner,
he retained it and when he married
had his wife's wedding ring made
from his curious find.
*ed News Foer the Editer.
When Kitty *ln. my mue takes fliht.
I alt entranced; 1 cannot write.
Such was the refrain of the bud-
ding poet's latest production, and
when it reached the hands of the
weary editor, who had been bornm-
barded by bushels of unavailable
outpourings from the same source,
he promptly sent it beck, with the
following terse and businesslike in-
"Glad to hear it Keep Kitty
right on the job! Any time that
she atrikes for higher wages let me

know, and I will make up the dif-
ference myself rather than have her
stop."-New York Times.
eow's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
emy Mof starrh that ennot be cared by
HaI's Catarrh Care.
F. J. CnmwT A& Co., Props.. Toledo, 0.
W e t dm udOlmed have known F.J. Che.
ney for the lit 1 years, and believe him per-
moally hobemble in all bosinew tramdoM
sad uausmially able to carry out any oblip-
tom made br their i
W-r At TvAx,
W aIemIS Deds T Ohi.,
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commenter, afford useful admoni-
tion to young men who, having lost
one part of life in idleness and
pleasure, are tempted to throw away
the remainder of it.
Pure Milk.

"Have you thrown the cow into
the antiseptic tank ?"
"Have you washed the can with
carbolic acid solution?"
"I have."

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Heavy and Shelf Hardware

thyw did not make it straightl.
tad Softe ked. ,But hrb

two little Wogs on the map
an monuments to human obstinacy
and to the persistemcy .which c e
of the chief traits of the Yankee
character. The ancestors of the
farmers who own those little spots
of ground preferred to live in ma-
sachusetta rather than in Connecti-
cut and fought for their preference
until they had their way.
The controversy, began in 1713
and continued for 112 years before
it was finally decided. In 1724 the
question was appealed to ngland,
but the government .was so much
engrossed in the Seven Years' war
that it was never brought to the at-
tention of the crown. Up to the
outbreak of the Revolution both
states eon~nued to levy taxes and
send notices of fast days and elee-
tions to the farmers who occupied
the land, and there is no record of
how they avoided one or whether
they paid both. Later, however,
they voted and paid taxes in Maspsa-
chusetts only, notwithstanding 'the
protest of the county authorities in
onnecticut. In 1793, after peace
was restored, both states appointed
commissioners, but the dispute was
carried on until 1804, when a com-
promise was reached. There were
several similar disputes between the
two states besides those which now
appear upon the map, and an agree-
ment was reached by which Massa-
chusetts consented to surrender her
claim 'to a stri of titory in
lWooatoclr and uffieldtownships,
provided Connecticut would yield
her claims to the other tracts in
dispute. No action, however, was
taken upon the report.
In 1810 the controversy was re-
vived by some legal proceeding, and
another commission was appointed,
but if it ever reached a conclusion
there is no record to be found. In
1890 a third commission was in-
trusted with the settlement, and
after two years they decided upon
the present boundary line, which
was adopted by the legislature of
both states,-Exchange.
Nature and Art.
Uncle Ephraim Raylfense-Why,
that's a perfect picture of my old
hoss! Whatll you sell it fur, mis-
Artist (who has been sketching
in the neighborhood)-Well, when
that painting is finished it will be
worth $100 anyhow.
Uncle Ephriam-Ain't there go-
in' to be nothing' else in it ?
Artist No, nothing but the
Uncle Ephriam-Well, you can't
sell it anywhere's around here fur
no $100. Everybody knows I've of-
fered the hoss himself time an'
ag'in fur. $15 an' take it out in
truck.-Chicago Tribune.
Redeeming Time.
Dean Swift, when he claimed the
degree of A. B., was so deficient as
to obtain it only by "special favor,"
a term used to denote lack of merit.
Of this disgrace he was so ashamed
that he resolved to study eight
hours a day, and he continued this
industry for seven years, with what
improvement is sufficiently known.
This part of his history deserves to
be remembered. It may, says a

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Raw materials teased aautncPy for F p dop s every
minute as they come homr crushers-mixture proportv"ed oa the
tests to I.ake every pound always the same stre.ngh bawed in kim
kilm at uniform ,ptre, so never over or
amt*-be-the6 powdered

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sand than any other on the market.. Ask th
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Distributors for the East Coast

Summer Fertilizing

Citrus Trees
This is a very important application, for a liberal supply
of food at this time increases the size of the fruit and gives
a large bearing surface for next year's crop. You cannot
* afford to economize (?) on fertilizer. Neither should you
delay about applying it. Nature calls for help in May and
* this is the time when fertilizer will do the trees the most
* good. Later applications prolong the growth and therefore
the maturing of the fruit, thus making the crop late and sap-
ping the vitality of soiL Write to us about them and ask for
our let,Good Old Summer Time in the Orange Groves."
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Paints and Oils of Quality
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tMl1. to i s them while
am" i satoabktaats of the
dbut to roa ther a cty to
.* s beauty wth the very e-
i aiu m wbrlt It bs ad bossso
wi eity, ree ,a whs m the
wM te I took te liberty to eo-
a mfdal Is to be madeo t the
Sof these whiek bave masked
S ti to tim evr since the earn-
s .1Asasias xOepoI e p e the
i t a .9 the ry bei ing hetwese
*tMm m a.t the pach eoe"
ae ad ftos down to tahe
whbh a popular ah sabserdp.
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Bat LAd' Bottoe
lu in ofla so ,
smenes On am sie in anesrslcany
epost e ity of"a Frasenueeo
lasyes qie its should sa ing
Ithi fm ths e taali. wuhle thenth of-
or fs t *ace prsetla a b h oh
leWMA to A erias. .NallUs e
to arlm that the Islt is oMled to
the Amerieas people as& the city of
aa Frameoe. as a tokea of apathy
am& admiration by the Proek repumb-
SMlo a dapemlmt a to on eld as boen
tak, nad I have received eorde
ftem at gveraim t to so ane delivw
It t por-es to the aothortio Oetf an
Vaftmcbo. I tbhrefore appeal to your
w-eellcy's kimd oices inl taformiag
the said austhorities of the tstractio-s
whkh I have reeelved. It is my Inten-
tio. It saltable to thm, to start about
the mSIM* a next month and to do.-
Utvr thesouveair to theous between the
0ft and 2th of May."
Odd eo FH Fw Noted Astrese.
A wealUhy AmArtcan resident it
editaH bow he might
is athes of Mme.
Sarah t, has decided to senda
bar half a doses beautiful baniker-
chisfo artintteaOy embrokdrd. Bach
executed recallint the creations of tbe
great tragdliene. The plays selected
are "L'Algion," "La Priacesse Loln-
taae," "Los Bouffons." "La Dame aux
cameuas" and "La terge d'Avia."
The sixth anadke'chlef has not yet
been embrodered. WU1 it bear the
noae of Cyrano or the aureole of
Jeanne dArt?
schael Fe0 Flying,
The German Aerial .Navy league re-
cently announced that It Is maklan ar-
rangemeas to found an "airman's
school" at Priedrichabfen. which, it
Is probable, will be opened to Octobr.

The eo e of stdy .will cover thre
yearns, and the pus will be trained hI
fth aid of dirigtble arhabips.

I iklngpledden Sltiefleld.
Soo-lmd ai $anod have aresd to
forgt alU o-t 7 n-n-_ and erect a
e1 l odden s eld in oeaw-
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was to lend money to the poor upon lent to "not not not often." Now i s*Wess ai ,, U- s si J!
pledges without interest. They you can count your negatives and LIE"----'
were first supported by voluntary conclude. But it would save you
contributions, but it became neces- trouble if the writer would write lll
sary to charge interest upon the simply seldom.-London Chronicle.
money loaned. These banks were U I f f llAIeJIUU
first called "montes pietatis," the "Welsh Rabbit" Parallels. .te t Ill ll
word month being applied to any It is to be feared that the name l 'be e a wl, cause I It
pecuniary fund, and it is possible as well as the inventor of the to Urm tMair CraltM Ias
that "pietatis" was added to give it "Welsh rabbit" is lost in antiquity. lliniyPog a BBBBa"-
an air of religion and so obtain As early as the eighteenth century, tIMP" tR TING, as aud L IR.
larger subscriptions. The "montes when Grose expounded the vulgar tohekM aateto o aidY andLI .
pietatis" were also called "Lom- tongue, the false "rarebit" deriva-
bards," from the name of the orig- tion had crept in. "Welsh rabbit" MH I q]ED 9AlL
final money lenders, the Lombards, is exactly parallel with "Scotch A I| *f -
who came to London in the reign woodcock" and may be compared Cream V1 rmlnlule i
Of Edward I. and established them- with the humorous nicknames of V
selves in the street which bears many other delicacies. Thus, a- 11
their name and which in the reign baked sheep's head used to be TE aUsI TEES 1J
of Queen Elizabeth was the hand- known as a "Field lane duck." a red n n U
somest. street in London.-London herring as a "Glasgow magistrate." R II M
Home Notes. a "Norfolk capon" or a "two eyed "
-w k Radea steak," potatoes have appeared as P V wa A




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IBM^PSU. 1.w ry W11066a, alway_ vinbto o. b omup Alok i l b
white tow. Shaie up ebek ib
i selh. W A majority of w19 ep
do es ftthat but A body the rat elets all the
I i~ ~ f i _W l m .^ ^H.^ ^ .w o _i e n ot .i ro .at ob e : y d e I*rh n one o4 a l l 'i l , d e i i
l!m s. we, n b to be, do it reeives without absorbing -
S- upon. As a well, however, always white. 'All bodies powdered
plant is veryM alable into tiny diamond form, so that
vmag "n times of stres for water the they throw back the light from M
uMiign at thei Uman who is tortured by thirst and many facets, absorb none of it and
iwwltmr and heat can draw from it a cool and are white by consequence. ow
ava apese epios drink of water which sur- dered black marble, for instance, is ,
ts alyi th aPde- as the ambrosia of the gods. In white. And foam Iswater powder-
Sthe f with which Aey ona insummer a man needs ed into these small diamonds, and
h .bem p about two large gallons of water a hence .its whiteness." Cincinnati
Who that s seen the snow ad day. Part or all of this water can Enquirer.
crest gemig so white and pur be supplied from the bisnags.
I Owntthme a blue of the winter Here is our experience: On the e~ .U the
will not t that the moun- third day out we stopped to get When r ii I w II
tarn is worthy of all the praise that some water in this way. With his' -'a atheW~i n ati&ea en
has bern bestowed upon it, and machete, which is really an Iowa .ana It. A smo u ar Wi to -.X= manI s
oer. -, oorn cutter of Mexican antecedents Lot o..U i,'t ?ned
It is not oalt the physidl charms ~kd CoUnectipat nmnnfecture, the -ripds s to sha ie e hset et
of the mountain thatcast so power- doctor deftly nt off the upper part d-o the l II, .
ful a spell, though they alone wouldof a fine specimen that stood beside oeit h be -nd W
make of Fuji an object pf homagethe traiL Next a smooth green s SSe -ni
to every lover of the beautiful in stemn from a nearby palo verde was simaielya r ain us e it;m sOib tis n .
any land o earth, abt it is also the whittled to the shape of a pounding NeotRe bse veaone' f Thne mte Is h -.-a
woUdrous web ef legend spn around tick. It is necessary to choose f to see .is Tehis e Imedy is fior Alebw
the snowy peak that is asthi rose a tree that does not T..vfUle Pharmey.
ad full of delightful mystery asld tter wood, for with the wrong A lay live lads to chronic dypepmi BK
sentiment a the moods of its beau- of battering ram the flavor of eo.uaOsik-wakens the wihoe e am.
ty are capricious and ftful- deli-. the drink might easily be impaired: t. i st)i con- th
c ous combination that marks uji The central surface of the decapi-theare co ueo 'lli
as unique among all the mountains tated bisnaga was attacked with How Emery s carried.
of the earth thf pounder, and white bits of ca Emery comes from the island of i au1 -06110 r-
Fuji is a dormant volmnosn t meat began tofl like the Parks Nain oas -
i. cotaperingfroma a from an anvil. Several handfuls of ranean, whence it has been export--- "LeA.e-,
s of about a hundredPulp erelost becausetheret w I ed for the last two centuries or
miles at its base to but a fortiethnothg tohold them, but presently more. The beds are in the north- I
Sof that distance at the summit a cavity began to form east of the island. The material is | i as-
It cannot beaccounted extinct, for Themn hose hands were the muh too hard to be dug out or
at the eastern side of the mountain cleanest was invited to take out even blasted Great fires are light-
t e ash iv ery hot in places, tes- som of the water ed pulp and blocks till the t-
Seto the _o oT. done, he P rural cracks expand with the heat,
leading to the s below, whicho k outthe pulp squeeze and levers are then inserted to pry -- ---
maya any time burst forth again it dry and throw it away. them apart. This system is con-
Tradition tells us that Fuji rose By alternate squ ings and tinned until the blocks are reduced
from the earth in a single night, ponldings about three pint of in size to masses of a cubic foot or
while ltaneously a great de- white water were soon accumulated, less, and they are then shipped as
presion appeared in the earth, 150 and we stepped up and drank. In o
miles away to the southwest, which It was surprisingly cool, a trifle if they were coal.
Sw led wit the waters of Lake sweet and in flavor like the finest Youshould.not delay underay clremstas --
Ba 'kind of raw turnip. a"in cse tofkie. n u yraomdt.y M
,P ..You should Inkes someb ike asb
Geogit, say that Fuji is but a There is no need of thirsting in know is reliable, m Nuk s
young Vrolam not yet having ,e- o desert where the barrel cactus h Kidney aad Bladerhe ae
a1 ,flourishes ed for weak ba, backache, a*im- 0a1e0
stroyed its beauty by bursting he ouses. tiLof the bladder, rheumatic palis,e. a a
crater rim-a fate that usually over- a no ony ask for DeWitt's Kidaey and Blad- i b .w so .
A kderPlls, be sure you get theme. han I eing
takes mointeins of this nature soon- de ntise. Acept o substitute. inso l on ma p otosersndNiseieaseslatetie
Sor later.-Herbert G. Ponting in tg. a hit Msd bya1 0 thabe right kid. Sold by B eanr Drug prtd
Metropolitan Magazine. lvT. fyoauAd theatre are begiam ing to re b -I.
see thigsn blue spectas eat yso p r Thia. It
or A Bale m ow hair ihliver to a MfA clesaing out presesm with Balh I s For Thieves.
A sy's rk sl's er A Aure cure for ti In Tokyo there are regular St e
horrif ed his a .mr. Maas m Tayor$ dye idIio. sick headache, Ile.t schools in which thieviAg is taught *
of Nabe l Ky., who writa that when ie, a 11 verd teach and bowel troubles. 10b pr eniols thi eapng s else |k -l
ibmt wohe ld die, adlea's Arnieca aleW old by all druggists by professionals. In Japan, as else-
"u aed hime ly e for eow hbwhere, there is honor among UW Wl.WW
-er, e.udes-,h .ednom..., thieves, and the entire "thieves' (U0PMi t-Im)
hared d. sooiwsnewues. w. at Ban. Writers do not always write colony" in the capital of Japan is a l.
have stor ikwclearly, and there are times when governed by rules that are rigorous-' bS vj. g h er
"I don't mind finding a gray hair ignorance, like the cuttlefish, in a of rules. prescribes that the young- bl
or two in my own hair," sighed the swirl of ink. A correspondent has est beggars and thieves shall retain re a n1 is av
bachelor girl who shows some few discovered the phrase-used in an 10 per cent of their earnings; pick- a i,'7X PU
signs of the sear and yellow leaf, evening paper-"not unseldom." pockets of the second clnas retain It rl{vas eUaanms.
"but when I pay $3 for a nice He wonders what it means-how from .0 to 40 per cent, while the Sf"' a
bunch of lovely brown curls and to unpick the knots of negatives, aa most skillfiul thieves keep from 30 torpii Io n ver w
have to pick them out of tho, t oo it were, and fnd the positive. Let to 60 per rent of their earnings!" be tr'aldJt *a 1be r oe
it isn't fair. Do you think it ia?"- the attempt be made. The greater part of what then re- I stlily use e msaeve
Chicago Infter O~. "Seldom" means "not often." mains is employed in keeping the frn" is m
Now, in English two negatives are thieves' academies in efficient work-' _euo.afnid .r bot -le.
Pawnbrkes's hps. supposed to make an affirmative. Ing order. d ler rVz.! N c _
Pawnbrokers' shops were first es- 8o 'UMseldom" will mean "not not --- ... ,. aS, I"Ia L -.."
tablished from motives of charity in often." Add another negative, and Advice to the Aged. o .lica. o. Aidre
the fifteenth century. Their object "not unseldom" should be equiv- ArtteMs l r mIss, suchl as aI iTLE M_- M


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inew fo the oa" stars,
must be hadred of thou-
qf ties atbr removed than
9. There videty can e be no

s eo wi e has prodded
v i a sew ome distance, *4,000
i' m ]eter than any possible eye
n the earth, for uow that
we ku w the diste at which the
S earth travels in its orbit around the
smn e can take the diameter of its
orbit as our eye distance. Photo-
Staken at periods six months
will reresnt the stellar
world as seen r points the dis-
taneo between which is already best
* esxpesomed in the time it would take
", git to traverse it. The time would
be about sixteen minutes.
:Hwever, even this distance, im-
mense as it is, is, on the whole, in-
adequate for obtainipn a stereo-
s opiview of the stars. It is only
in quite eeooptionl cases that pho-
Son larg scale-that is,
obtained by the aid of big tele-
-p swany stereoscoOpic f-
fee for Wed stars. By accurate
measurement of the photos we may
perhaps t somewhat beyond what
we can by simple stereoscopei
lapeotic; but, as we said a mo-
t ag astromsiv have not sue-
eeided in thi way in determining
the dieteane of more than a hun-
d o stars in all.-Scientifc Amer-

LO y Mrd.
The "mound fowls" of AustramlH
and New Guina construct mounds
f 4eayed leaves for their nesta.
I these the ggs ar la id and o-.
ered over with the same material.
The warmth masndered by the de-
Sapoition of the leaves causes the
to hatch, and the young in sd
r brww their may out to life
S ad the open air. These bids are
regarded as the laziest of all the
S hngdom Net to them
Iecommon kbis of
America for lainess. These black-
Sneverw ld nota of their own,
S. 0thlrawte ests of

Wbwl me eDam
.me dothasde ehhclub one
eg Mr. VUimuet
-- Who aP Jut lost his f.
The yoy g lord va naturally

wA* tso uotq fta ra-
of letmrn

seq hisyoung riend

yes, tha ry vwefl ft yo, but
ye've not jut seeded to a peer-
age and 0,000 a year."
Feed to suwesded.
The young man had asked the
father for his daughter anad been
Then you will not give me
Jane?" he hoarsely demanded.
"I didn't speak in Volapuk, did
I ?" sneered Jane's father.
The young man paused at the
"I am considered a good looking
fellow," he said. "Ladies turn and
stare after me as I pass along the
street. Your cook smiled at me to-
night while I lingered at the side
door. I returned the smile. Now
I will follow up this favorable im-
pression. I will make love to the
cook. In a week we will elope F"
The old man turned pale.
"Don't talk like that he gasped.
"You wouldn't be cruel enough to
rob us of our cook! No, no! Not
another word! Jane is yours!"-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Opeak g the Truth.
The parson arrived unexpectedly
to remain for supper with a large
colored family in Kentucky. Im-
mediately the cabin was in commo-
tion, and mammy swept away the
swarm of little pickaninnies with a
few well timed warnings and re-
minders as to table manners. When
supper was ready the possum and
taters were tempting, and little
Susie watched with despairing eyes
the delectable viands diminish and
fade away into nothing ere her turn
came. When the parson had almost
finished mammy turned to Susie
and said:
"Have some mo' possum, honey?"
A pair of indignant eyes flashed.
"Mo'! 1 ain't had some yet!"
exploded Susie.--Judge.

tlls HNer toe of s0 Tear
"The meoS meiler enemy I had for go
e" deealm MW. James Dneasa. of
=-Me, "'wUndypepeI. I fnred
iae aly eatl or drinkl and meld
seely dleep. Aetr may snediee had
adle md sval eiwnd smveq I tried
New I am wesam nTTO ymea ei
MAl 2 1 wnw health sa"

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weit she amumeed ,
aut she t tehan bt hufmkl yod
i pi. t W se wi-
-kia b4b a few Wutw after

.iro40 s eu e a shueMa

s Xiageetr t?"
Thekd offer was declined. But
a half hour later the maid appeared

'Mimus says she's sure you must
be needing' gin te by now," she
stated. "She'll send some right u
the minute you say so. It'sF all
Somewhat l ne d nouad the of-
fer was declined age. ut mi a
few minutes the maid ma-ppeared
Sa tray a ad "Here's gyou m-
ger tea; mis say you better be
e ti safe side ad take it.
Rather sharply the tray was re-
pad ed. Five minutes later the
maid knocked once more.
"isMoas says she's got to go out,
but she ain't just easy in her mind
to leave you. She's put your ginger
tea on the back of the stove, keein'
hot, and you'll fid the extract
tle m the second shelf of the pan-
try if you want any more. She
says she hopes you'll be all right,
but that pie was awful rich, and
two pieces was enough to upset an
They did not disturb the diges-
tion of the healthy and hungry
young schoolmistress. But she never
risked incurring her landlady's so-
licittide by more second helpings.
The ginger tea had cured her of
that.-Youth's Companion.
Morn than nine out of every ten came of
rhbeaTim are naimply rheum tiqm of the
mules, due to cold or damp Weather or
chronic rheenmtim. In such asesm o later-
ual tweammet im required. The e applia-
tim o fChamberlain's Liniment is all that is
needed, and it is certain to ive quick relief.
Oive it a trial ad e fr yoElf how quick-
ly It relieves the pain and =orene-. Price 85
ea; lar i e 30 eent. Sold by Tituaville


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No Rest

Day or Night
"I would lay awake for hours
without any apparent cause, or
dream terrible dreams which
would bring on extreme spells
of nervousness. After taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine and Tonic
for awhile I could sleep well,
and the nervous spells have left



R. R, No. 4, Canal Dover, Ohio.
Without sleep the nervous
system soon becomes a wreck,
and the healthful activity of all
the organs obstructed. Restful,
body-building sleep accompanies
the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine
because it soothes the irritable
nerves, and restores nervous
energy. When taken a few days
according to directions, the most
restless sufferer will fiod sleep

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0 3 48 am 9 17 pm Lv..W. Palm Beacb Lv 8 04 am. S40 pm
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.i. --as, t tesehu i-rs md th the mt few wl B.
.im i to"B;B-- ,NMr. Bob Hardee,
STh rdtulAfor the beait o P a w days thia w

,i be u e vaa d l W t. P Wa whor
heem u i adbl tuville ladie with Mrs. T. sHall, o fewdes with he me
Sbt w a" bp In lani vio This wfr be Mim Be WatOe.
H. T sMm has sdM Ms tseh tfrom 4Ael and poawlarm- ,wsMet .Mivs k
*v wi m i to a de wil1 h rdeed. Amnimion. 0e Mr j ^
i NEU. b 'k. chireM, s. Qeoe.f Nalim BeI
,ie ml IMhI lta ta aor do h at th pttae with their wer
id hw Wbvfl d faurt 1 P.M dn em t ein Hosto..

b ut E ambp:an *.. nt n omeni n Thin sh, Wtbheon t H@ nuheol

a. Fl/s eu drkt e fornt a Do Smd. u teordo&t. Afte r ein
st Wtbel md bahsb M- *' and u- sel profrKmia pVinrc w
W t aM M*i. cbe ir4mr AnA bh P a dd01eu a po in t. A l i
.... ,"t- s-ghtos c the Mrs.Bady Bower o ientafew days The Enworth leeg;
fMa ft te r *-d heu la thsweek with her daughter, Mrs. at the ho ei rf C. C.
DCOWs ieth. Mrs.BAbee, Mrs. Walker and Wal. Hofto's birthday.
Mr. M s. Ch. Mrro toar Inderbury were easlir at the pre to him also and i
S -Gqhe on* Mobday for Phil Mamae oe Monday igat. evening w1s pent. P
. Iy elatl the winter I ~ny and M Bel Bonde and meMnts were served by
wit Mrs. Adam D. Ixai UteW Ned took their departure for esi by MRo. Rtaler
N Ty b ertIaliM eea m the r summer home in Keunoha, Wi., The following pupil
MI lidef k anm amm" veity durie the e T te oeday. uted to the stamp fu
MiM AbPose wwho vIitS Cot tr. Bromly, who has been here Saloon league snee la
a u eeeml M beek to buy. at winter, letfor his northern home na Matheras 10 cents;
ir.m I d of l a sU d al- on Thursday. Mr. Bromly will re 10; May G. Paddio
*eon efntoin our mtan i=6 through aKy. Mathers, 15; Ruth P
TeayH. He mate thise eor a is oing tobe a very ma Snell, 10; Edna S
Md hisbid wwee all glad to see bay place this summer. There will Lee. 5; Robert lee,
him. probably be quite a little building Hodgson, 5; Mary Yc
M m and Mt Hanter, of done here before fal. Stewart, 10; Lois Fi
hIrOitmu who have peat the Report says Mr.Trafford hassold Frink 5; RuU Hous
ms at the Stphwd cottage, at the yman place for $4,200. We are nia Houston, 5. T
ty Point, leave next week for their sorry to have M. Trafford leave us verymuch interested
hnte. just as heisgettingtobe oneofus. andit is teaching the
The fndatlos i laid for the new Mi. Cora Munron arrived hom temperance cause.
libry blfdint and when it is corn. last Friday. She enjoyed teaching
plAed it willbe an ornament to our at Miceo, thought it a pretty place Est C lOSt ie
town. The large date tree will have and liked the people very much.
to be moved to make room for the Mr. Hughes received news last e .* 1' DU N,
beulditg. week of the serious illness of his
Now the aemet walks along the brother and, with Mrs. Hughes, ex-
river drive are laid, the people who pects to leave soon for Tennessee, -
u the driveway can ee that the where they will spend the summer.
oad is tFle I too narrow with-the M
doseMsn amoem.s. now on th r s.din man, M r cm A over from
Sd CocoH on Saturday to say goodbye

a pretty street ad it wi soon be over until Monday. Mr. Currier rUsVInLL, I
theme for the town having it shelled. brought them over in his launch
It ii he a short cut to the railroad The death of Mrs. Glenn Strohmn 0. A. STE'
ete of Palm Beach. is a grief to her many
Mi friends in this place. Many of our **
Mrs W. H. Mintyre has been vie yonr people renwnber her as their e 1I
S Mu. Brims. ad.Mrs. H. S. w oneofour betteachersand was
S.Te Q 'a visit to Mrs. Geo. F. DUanehmnatkvirf.Itfai.h.p famils, ***- -


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awt conservalv 'w
oa oxedarmi -ak (.ib J.*ums NowT, aI.E r e *o

E. L. Brady Bro.
Dealers In
We nvite the public to visit ow
estly request tit you get our p'ice .
before you spend money e hewbe.

SWe c save you money *

Ask us for prices and allow
us to prove this a-mertion
We are agents for Balulars Obesk Flour, Chase
4 & S anboma sad BaraIos IfHa Sim Cut
S The famous Royal Sc let bnd of omml
good--tb. finet food product in thei world

E. L. BRADY & BRO. .
Titusville, Fla.
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D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. 8PELL. Biblmd PeamoMi0t

Titurmllo, lW1@oxr
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock

John L. Van De Veer

W. H. Ford

Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
Ifs Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points Cn the Florida East Coast
of all Kinds. Merritt Island Lumber Co.
Lightwood Fence Posts a Specialty
WART Our timber has not been turpentined, consequently will never rot. Why
not build your dock or house so that it will be here after you are gone?
Houses moved and repaired. Write us in regard to any kind of contract
work wanted, we will save you money.
arance IBRRITT ISLAND LOBER CO., Footna. Florida

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