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: 05 7, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00700
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Yours v truly,
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Secretary and Treraurer,
P. F. & V. S. P. Ain'n.
KtMae's Gents Furniashing Dep't
We will put on sale about 600 pairs
of famous Crown trousers, all sizes,
patterns the latest on the market,
ran in price from $2.0 to $6&
s undrtablersahirts, American lisle
thread, long or short sleeves, drawers
to match, 50 cents per garment.
B. V. D. men's undershirts and
knee drawers, made of the best qual-
ity of checked nainsook, the most
comfortable garment you can buy for
the summer, 50 cents each.
Boys' knee pants, in bloomers, all
iaes, worth $1.00 and $1.25, Mon-
day's special 75 cents.
JuLus KUNE,
Titusville, Florida.
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of g9od high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dln river at Narrows, described
Sfoilows Lot No. 3. section 35,
Slot No. tion 6 in township
XIFO range east. Thisland is
unimproved but finely located. For
E. M. Low
Brockto Mass.
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day ,traon tka day aft1e-

SMras.J. Harrion and baby arrived
bet week from Miami, and are top-
t condURctr on ite S ord branch.
Mr. G F. FMes ad CatnGo.
G. G~hmM of St. are
dlaga fowdays at Pabo this
.week Ibiwe me wted with the

canal
The Crouett Shoe 'Maka f[ea's
Wak Em" at BranWng's.
DI1 for Titusaill's New Charter
On Tuesday, May t, Mr. Stew-
art, of Breard, intruded in the
hoa of reprsentativesH Boe Bl
No. W. A bill to be entitled an act
to aboalh the preaent municipal gov-
amt nt of the town of Titueville,
in t co mty f Brevard, aadhte
t Fldi m and toeabl oh argaise
and .euaitute a municipality to be
k wnand dedgated the city of
T, ad to deAne its writoe-
ial bomarime, ad to prode for its
jiaduuiet, powers ad priviagWs.
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awsmenldasnam.e.ol.ded dollis.the Hree
ShasomeblhrQmeesM. Apoman dissomo.mbe
wifth e word, sMka, Ia the s po m lace, s
emt ahose itstSrwss and e- te mor-I
Tb Glowe tnll of love asd door .d tho eo-
o, learM.auig tht Sto aIll won the eae. .a-
lotted by Provideace, is to be happy, resolves
to return agis to asfalae and oomstsmment,
smug his hnlow coest....
PwMrialion-secloue, Helen Wile";
re., Merle Scoble; sanflower, Leash Lodey;
rosm, Mde Colium; dahlia Beatrice Mor-.
gea; heliotrope, Wllard Hall; miguonette,
Mary Haile; lily, Saidee Duren; Japosica,
Mim Teeter, violet, Violet Windham; poppies,
Leoaa Kline, Maruerite Norwood, Veras
Monroe, Mande Benaker, Lous.e Curtiu;
chonu of heatherbsll; Chorus of all the flow.
er.
Sunday Dinner-Hotel Dixie
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Sliced Tomatoes Stuffed Olives
Comumme a Ia Printanierre
Baked Swifed Sea Trout au Beraie

Boiled Ham with Cabbage
Roat Prime Ribs of Beef aJ
Stuffed Young Fowl, iSauce
Brai ed Sw ctbread* a Fuandcer
Casauoles of Oyates, Maryland Stykle
Stuffed Green Pppers a Creole
Belle Fritters, Foam
Boiled New Potatoes Candied Yams
Cadiflower an Cream New String Beans
Beets a Gla Steamed Carolina Rice
Mnicat Salad
Vanlla Cuatad RaisOn Pi
Iced Tpioca j -edo-- Fruit
Banana I Cam with GanoAe Cake
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kid Cuban bheel, pump ole, speal
ladit gu metal oxfords, Good-
year welt, with stock tip, worth $50,


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toe, with bow of ribbon to ateh,
des ia to ai colors blae k patent
leather, oxblood, tan and white,
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ever held in Columbia coun ended
Saturday when the polls lotised on






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in every preintin lake City the



Saturday night the polls oake ty band on

about a parade of about 136. men



women and children, who celebrated
the dry victory. ain and worked
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All kinds of cold sodas, also ice
cream at all times at Banner Drug
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Transfers of Real Estate A. W. Lee, who arrived here only the
The Walker store building was sold week before from Mt. Jackson, Va.,
at master's sale Monday and was and the latter takes possession soon.
bought by Julius Kline for the sum We understand that $3,700 was the
of $3,800. The bidding on this piece consideration for this property. Mr.
of property was the most lively of Denham has not decided as yet upon
any offered before the court house a location as Mrs. Denham expects
door in years past, There were sev- to leave today for a vacation of two
eral bidders up to the $3,000 mark. months at least, and Mr. Denham
After reaching that figure the bid- will take a month's vacation in June.
ding was between Julius Kline and FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Chas. A. Gardner. Spaldings baseballs, bats, masks, mits
The Geo. E. Pritchett residence, in Columbia dry, Edison wet, batteries
South Titusville, was bid in by the Perfection oil aud gasoline stoves
m. o e., .th T ,.te e s. f Globe-Wernicke elastic book cases
mortgagee, the Treutler estate, for Refrigerators, coolers, freezers
$3000, which is almost $1,000 less House, boat and engine paints
than the amount of the mortgage and CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
accrued costs. The property is well Briarwood Apary For Sale
worth double the amount which it Briarw Apiary For Sale
bor..ou amt foce s. e i Eighty colonies 3-banded Italian bees
brought at forced sale. Ain 8 framed hives, one two and three
stories, 190 bodies in use, about 1,500
Cruising Boat for Sale drawn combs part wired, also 75 empty
4. fee. y 10 et t.wi. s hive bodies with frames, about 1,000
45 feet by 10 feet, twin screw en- extra frames. 100 queen excluders, 100
gines, metric lights, Curtis toilet, bottom boards, 75 gable covers, 2 framed
Apple dynamo, storage battery, ice Cowan extractors reversible, 5 honey
box, 90 gallon fresh water tank, fully knives, Jumbo smoker, 23 Porter bee
equipped galley, 120 gallon gasolene escapes, Solar wax extractor, home-
capacity, Ostermoor cushions, sleeps made uncapping can, swarm catcher
4 comfortably, can be arranged to with poles, 2 Alleg. drone and queen
sleep six. oat and e.nesI f t traps. Queens are from three of the
.. SB2.!.. .... a a best brooders in the country. Doolittl.


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MIet a part of Wed mand p

Mr. F. Gray, o4 t"aeld.,
from Saturday uants TA ay i Ti'W
tuile and MIim.
Mr. and MMr. John Waler ai
eralfriends ajoyed an oti at
South lake y-tb".
Today loss this hool m t r
thp Ttmfelle h ubao sow aftr a
vry m aeI--le' wWek.
Hon. A. P. JoasM, n Puota e .
amte food ad drug naeter, nwmi
town thelatter part o lbtw"ek a
ofal buinmimm.
Yesterday aft..r.. marhaed
bqgi oi thel0 igo t teitames
ofi T wint tor tthet T mw
holder dmi e th imm- m
Mr. Ja P. MtehB a Im l, d
Cocoa pa tmdhog hbmWafm
day on their way to Jdmm W
where Mr. Mitcohel will be ameMansi
for tihe smer.
Mr. W. S. Norwood batt
th mseiomo fthe I h A . M
,labm s th week andf a Mm i

of the floor in the oa

Couty C o0mmImlw Impi.-
son went ato Aa"n M mh d
Ook ff1Toeday to r wtth rna-
imtb iti Mt section and Coininm
dOrw Ow Vk i nnm to
mton aid wi ea k b 0 N diI
good rede inm asem.
Mr. G. F. nasy, metof rb aud
friend, Mr. BeekerIsW,
Canal Zone, were a tows yM.
Mr. Beckeriegge reesaoty m fin ea
in property at tede, a ar Mr. b
Mey's bone. where he will ead pat
of his tdm.
Theig Sigh phwaraadwictr
arg mr, with thewa Mr. Geo. M.
Huston and wife and ason, Artur
Houston, stopped here Wledmuy
morning on thair way from Rock-
ledge to Quebec CmaTna. They ex-
pected to make the run from Rock-
ledge to Jacksoville that day, a dis-
tance of 200 miles.
Mr. C. J. Denhamaold his fone place
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where Tunfs college located. Pa- er, evidently in great agitation, and towo my picture out o n a fa -
mularity with the students bad taught said: "Has anybody in the car any fe he started and put one o
the pomaster there that "Sky" was whisky ? A woman in the car be -M-mother' in its p -Lo-
th alekMnam off Irving Tgltes. a J- hind has fainted Instantly dozens don Seraps. A PURELY VEGETAIE C MPOUS.
aor. The iette reached Tolles at bIb of flasks were produced. The man A Fine Family medicine f j Cp S alCa
frat" bo w .e and be admitted that It -L- ,. .. ..M.. .I M TO.A A


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at1e a in Ch NO Wd m47o' 6 .am, M wy~h.--
Il i R2,ea_ 14 wadisd tea easy, Ine -"A.M-e D we lt.4

nw -es ai .a#. O and i tso otai b a e
vO al a ts to. i shPm m arkets wee ala way.
the esp. Too take thrm very thin toNo 0 ** aMeM O f em ai #
IB to liNhinsiI g ,Wn 4rig lamand ley themha mew ow f hiethe lW .his M E s
11M "MMa ,im ad on top ofpeace to a hollifag, turnips, car- The eye be a
S- e v t1 yeo pour i~ the tea, petting itrotes and celery becoming equally brW tte,
ahs e dear, while pemny h adful of pons- te I b. d
Te betu lth wilbe a wek, ley ealeMd a L d., and th hambpp a said e
h atha el o potwhor of a buach which he had.
Iet theright f torIlemon. YouB" *o for ninepedce M

** be S ? l eeSlay S will do you no harm, for sugar a Amid all this confusion the pio- oaid the king 'but I know
f thM e Door wh Is POCi 8 great It e up of the muscls. neer railways covered themselves court painted.'"
W t. -- t At.4to the s w, you are Af ed out, with glory by running trains almost
": ]l.tg day or 6try eating a little without interruption. There was a babe Wel e Me.
^ S- .^ Jgp. A I pof m will re-deep cutting on one line where the /A pecher the of
tore the tomach and take away snow had drifted badly, and great Charles 1T. was to receive if i
lA, o M Ithat tSat feelhg. Sugar is recom- ainmber of peopl turned out to his sermon at the funeral of Mie.
40.4it Z I to women whose cheeks aren ee how Ow Heirules eongme would Crowell he mid nothing bat well
lupow. It hga way of bw n p et along. They ixmgied, of couse, of her. She aM rather a bad char-
bi t m p of tea *ht* tht he would be stopped, but to ater and herself had dictated the
Swea p of tea at night is ex- their astonishment the engine dash- lause in ler wilL So, after a gen-
e M Wwewk kS T W celleat, but. the troubleis that most ed right into the drift, "eleaisng ral .dde as on mortality he thus
frae' tesi p olst la" B O< Ms ke it too strong. The her way through apparently with- conceded: "B the will of a de-
_lllde, f'a^lo^lb weaker the better. The sanm is tre out the slightest difficulty, the snow ceased ister it is expected that I
a. I, a .^ :11.9B oo *3 a coMee, which, if taken weak at the same time flying over the top should mention her and sa moth-
S." l" Mhsy: 'R o MSoutgh and with ety of good of the engine chimney like foam ing but what was well of her. All
~~make ha oV me. I sI t sugar, act as a nightcap. Not one from the broken waves of a violent that I shall say of her, therefore. i4
t S t a 3S person in a thousand can make it sea, and notwithstanding obstruc- this: She was born well, .he lived
e- t--a-- l ye right. In Paris the French beauty tions the train came down from well, and she died well, for he ws
o YOi y4 IW dO-wa takes her foaming cup of whipped Greeonead (twenty miles) in one born 'with the name (iawell, she
vF9 no t chocolate after the theater with a hour and a quarter." Lnndon lived in Clerkwel, qnd she .ei in
SIL 80 1 all hUbisaiwt, or she sips her cafe u lait, Quen. Bridwel."-Minneapol oral.
gs WAR bwe. t which is mostly milk. London__ __
w *cap40" WIWO'iW V out tertM u bhis h ? American Register.
Its Yhe peaM 1 hinene you-all is
ad Is the toot NG come back?" Hanal tbquired. Rai Cau e f *aldnme.
eathw > "m.a i a W a "I wine tell yuh," William ire- Coming in from East Liberty on
I 1AfI~M i paled, with an injured air. "Yisid- a train were two men who appar-
t !"O- dy l n mawin' we all wukked in de ently were old acquaintances and
S ty3 Md l eeme H ', cutting' .hay an' rakin' hay an' who met in a jovial mood. Both
- op g, M. Mai ame-ri at spreading' hay, ontwell de dinnuh men were quite gray, but each had
A s M a.l tres l te lWho'n blew at 12 o'clock. Den we a luxuriant head of hair. Near
Nao goes inter de kitchen, an' all we then sat a stout party with a shin- U I t 7 e I.Ka"1" qv .a Dyq
s the dovtery in Oasesally e- sees on de big table is a lot o' miz- ing dome that was almost destitute .w
N^ a4lsW&l tMt as a a aer eale Is a'bl' po'k an' greens an' bread. So of hirsute covering.
Mia 4lMa'1 l IpW r Ir I goes up to de big house an' ax The two friends exchanged face- t do I't tr.ife wh..
to sbe 0erug tra u*^ Mistuh Wowton ter come down. tious remarks about silvered locks, h -
a Msateatbols, are to be d pease, suh, an'-look at dat dinnuh. ihen indulged in some pleasantries A "SrWt h s"y people ,who ave en partial diletet Sal ll
ti a private hoito l and sub- ,, trned with iadigestlou, have been sot diueters at allu.
; t ~- "tm t. I say, 'Mistuh Wowton, whar dem about the "thinning of the thatch," sorry or it-when nervous or todl s a perfect dleslr. N
rime minlr .* e.iesslt expetnd, fo' kin's o' ment you done prom- with casual references to doorknobs elronlo dypepl resulted. and you ouMd ee miuodel- .. a.i...
o1 e .;U aftrly watch mea cage ieed, please, suh?' and billiard balls, much to the they have not been able to cure It. particle of Oed. of al -M la-
.ft tt to latest. Dols i coafdent "Mistuh Wowton he say: 'W'v, amusement of the passengers, but UM Kodol and prevent havlang lass teIet4b a n
Wft tn des meootha, barring sed. daiah dev is--fat meat, lean meat, to the evident discomfiture of the D pep i you wou idknow thiso
dMts, e wil have caMd an sxi aat. skin an' bone... Daiah ydu fo' kin's baldheaded man. tla. stomach derangement follows Nature aid dol w asl
m. Te st of the experiment s o' meat.' .. The talk finally developed into an stomach abuse, Just as naturally cw e a steI stmac h- t ine
w tto be $NA M. "Den I w .z ter .im, 'Mistuh Wow- argument on the cause of baldness, and ust a- s'ure a sound and *t be eCue the ashk mlD
VMe tratstmt is not palnatl, l&- healthy stomach results upon the That what odK to
t h amwat tebleome. When ton, whar dem fo' kin's o' bread you and after considerable jocularity takln of KodoL stoah, 'while the ,legah
te biew r I started a Alre dg twic a done promised us?' En he say: the pair turned to the pearly pated Whbe you experiese OLJouru sea m*P
4ay n all that is required. No later- W'y, William, daiah dey is-white stranger, and one said: .t stomach, belching of a a nd
al medetne is admllstered or do bread, co'n bread, crus' an' crumb. "Mv friend and 1 have been di,- aauseating flud, bloated sensation, w CGUM
pataits ased to lie abed during the Daiah vuh fo' kin's o' bread.? An' cussing the cause of baldness, but gnawlng pain ln the pit of the ****ty agls
teeitmet. In the case of the youth dat's why we all come back hyuh." we can't seem to agree. Would you stomach, heart burn (socalled),.um or mtat uo
OEMcr oas boom de-ie he-Am--t i.e m i us w y diarrhea, headaches, dullness or 2-1e* .ini. he ih
meda ew allbes h due tme i --Harper's Weekly. mind telling us what you regard a+ chronic tired feellng-you need Ko- g a ~.*. ge~A
? S. Sltd, wek1o toam--tlNw the real cause of baldness ?" doL And then the quicker yea take *w 4. o
y te n *t New AlUoune and Oonatl11tion The stranger wheeled about, eyed Kodol-the better. Et what you t -t 3S-l^ BS
For yea s I wa trowhi d with biliounes his questioners fiercely and snorted: want, let Kodol digest It. T~ear apps b
and csmtpstiou, which made litf miserable "Brains'"-Pittsburg Gazette. Ordinary pepesi "dyspepsia tab- l
SKY OF TUFT, me. y appetite failed e. I st my __ in!"-Ptlet" physes, etc.. are ot likely esa u 'ea.
Ymma e. td Plain prepr.ltou ruble e. I o r For John. to be of much benet to you, In Kodl is prepared at the l
Letter Iseaho N. Other Addrees de st kmow wh,.re I ahounl have Iue.i today )f. Freende Why, what are eve .Iaments Pepsin is osly ta C.D 6O.,.beegm
hged its DestrnatieFo. had I at tried Chamberain's stomach and
r I there postal rve I addl- priy h omah liver and bod lping Jo is away from home for w Sold by Banner Drug Store
thon to those In the dead letter oc the i i to dolts work at rally.-Mrs. from home for week
was evldeaed a few days ago when h Bs Birminham. Als. These timblets on usi)in)sis.
letter, mailed at Abbevlie. Ga.. ad for ae b Titaville Pharmacy. 'Yeg."
bearlag no other address than "Sky of Needed a aimulant. 'He writes that he gets out my "
Ttta sn." was delivered prompt- man was phto and k-k-kisses it every day."
1% to t. puSon A orw wa o d ie A traveling riding in '"Well that's thi f
tended, wsis a Washngtoo dispatch the smoking car of an express train, s urely nothing fOr
The Iposmhnaster at Abbeville sent the reading his paper, when a man rush- Iyo t. to cry about. f I
letter through to Medford. Mjas.. ed in from the car behind the smok- 'Yes; it was just or ajoke I










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aMr ewart aa a *6 @o
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pi Mt ba m of Nevada la tthe old
days. 'e was a gIaSt. al feet toar
Inches'high ad weoighed 0 pounds,
and as faelom a lekigWmea as ewer
mortal eye behld. Kllag was his
trade sad oes water to Virginia City
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had tee retained by a ellen
*wa Intereasts were opposed to the
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tof ldhaias DDrtm-#we na my over-
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bowie 3 At B ate t ifelh fi Ua
the g rw e to&elad

able. 6 6 3 to
show tbt2.b 4 m
tehreL. h~a, auk Mhj to


mater &ewarat wlde travol ts
ea oeod asthe plaform e the
ash and rwas appr ed by a Ceo-

akte,.". Ban the okeyeM ,
-enMa s eap reattul,. "I G* --
e he r-t y-e of mUle U1, whekh
m pam gen h ride hieMe the

"U bb tMis rraw" reptole e s..1 -
wr puy. "But eves tf I dlMt eow
tt am InI t a prIleged peWgr by
eses of ams a promanet pd

" 'ton 1e tat platetr an tor
peleism he get of o but a4t he
'a m," pli the sheaemer.
T"mter shppw theh the
dear at ame

LUNDN FOR OLD AGE PENSION
has.em Ur.. eeemm.me he W.d
l iemns O Od Weld.
aqesse-adt"vP nI ANsW ct -.
os **ile cui go th lahe e

appeit a selet ow--- oat-_ sevM
membe M to ivet attt tie velom
system of old age amanme aid age
peatoa and aalties nmw in opera-
tes is diferet auatmd of the world
with a view to deermialan the prac-
maustl a metd ame meh
st la the Ualtesd SIat


- mr. ndab luamtgi rs m re-
iae e the mmtese e tales, ofat
06 Wr.0W 1h is &l- and
be bn hopef aof securing a favorable
"Pat.4

MM ON HIS OATS LAND.
Wysemig Permer Ste0 $1UoS He Can
eat Any Canada Farm.
The national corn exposition oaeere
In Omat were recently notified by
Colmsal J. Bell of Laramie. Wyo,
that be had made a wager with weet-
US Canadian farmer that ias Wy-
*omi farm would produce more oats
per acre than any land In western

The wager s for $10.000 cash. amn(
the national corn exposition oSetals
wll Judge the crops. Colonel Be bhas
6r years made a specialty of oats. At
the head of the f'-n-d who are
backing Alberta, is Professor W. H.
faiNmd of Lathbrige, Alberta.
The contest, according to Colonel
OBell' oaer, In open to the entire world
andt s not limited to Canada alone.

. prie eandy For Women on Trains.
Mn Meson raradm-C -o, Lls-
v)-i and New Albany-as an addition-
aI attraction to travelers has announc-
ed that hereafter in it dining car serv-
ice a box of edndy will be given to
each woman. The action may serve to
naet ah .*eitmelans f tho PRannmwvl.


now


A wo Von-eft orta ft bobus
r. -ea T1ta *O-eI a l,
Ato seat to b th e s Uate-,






Mt at wTe arm. Pa atbe. 1 kr
te to tot toaWlta to erS aetae sto

ateI. or aIs aes al major on C


tMo a aoe4 prttl o ettieo o emtee o
-I8bst gaoee has obeesspakm of
iheh bhhstf torms by he ints lb-


asas V art .oA siPan sha. al t ho o
he had nSObeeisn 1 h10eriICIe the

In' -mt-aese permit political
biwm. Atl Sa1mk mvea0 tr ay wsas
alhe af'ands" rt oa *heomie GeO

HltUes wwrk tht be was obisle to do
teae wa4a te to to the ashiI. s i
SeOOMdIp an orgaelar.
Major hl woe eammanaded t
na of the army wahie r nim Pwa
tto saa eer .ta, lu s ea a se a dif.
r est elam tho waver It bteWn qa
pesat bi r and istlfeestly ad-
cat at e isB a rl--talt oeear, hbs
edmeattem et t q fy ham ar Eaff
emw~mest. His kcomrades-- _cribe
tm aw a goed pratoeal asoldr. butt hte
pa -a bas not bernm bhieha e.or
be Is known toh htave e8 oprelve
toes ryfts e atoes whom SI com-

vidan to eever arm and punish
esMIr. SalU at Moa tir laat sa
m be aewd wift courageM and -
eiss at a tite wbe hIp M*lew O e
ea oheeltat to th rovsla their let


C UES DAILY SHAVEL

He,- e a lsha PBow bemi--n ibrei




tae pameto. at atoars attaad
lety ar. wto .etly daod ies oi
York city was oame of tho early bird
mol eof a t ir wvo Sto a pri de
beet cat at d a otde t At o'eintlock
merfy Me'uig. In orde to de this
he pepoed MaWe later is tho day a
tre btef t h tt mfat meo atmti
to o ostey reach thid oet ofa-h


ta shve. t his tw beobaed aupon
l teiy a barber w to hoe md am-

lasrnd th.o a Thoere were a bar-
baor chair and an outfit to a Mettle
pasr otf the tfet ro take olwer's
m I h--'11e This place be called

"h andow isg-m or alver e aced
uim to tre ft eat by theepo r .
ftorread of a Mr. Wadoer to the tbar-

Smto de mso to tIho ad tiln a st
sawdy, but ow t a re-olved to






torheb qpt obflTth lt thoe
et, W 4wMhbiy you tae every1
m640ng before comig to nm, If you
f you mst have It bbut 1 do ob-
ject to the confou ded peppermint
loage yaon take in order to d steala
It"

MEMORIAL TO ROOSEVELT.

panre olaaa Wldemw to w e Put In a
New York Ctty Cures.
As a tribute to the admlnlstratro of
Ttbodore roeeovlt as president of the
United States there wtlado b placed In

a stanoed glas window repreaeatmng


pator of teo temple, will take place





band, in the other a standard on which
are painted the scales of Justice. Be-


neath Is this inscription:
In memory of the administration of
Theodore Roosevelt. Sept. 14. 11-March
4. im
It is known as the FarUle glass win-
dow. and the materials used were
made especially for It Dr. HI ex-
pects to have many notable statesmen
and churchmen take part in the dedi-
cation.


Ober Jahad M l4 coU
S 6a aemt w l at-doM bOae I


i arMl .1 aeot f ale
S ai has the Me iar a hut by
fr^^ the -jB40 the. UCeW ar N owt.
wa**d toa the MalWa *Main

theno" Captw. tC nimaM w-ole lay.


o, tI aht himnbwtoe coat atbd po
Ste m b ebW V em ftse my omma



*t leot 7t4m t awu t U sme i
ide YieD Md. Abe tM ted 421 a64
- sM4aovma aw theater gien. .
-m that w eem wshoW tek uBM
and we m CapAet Wohe eRw tNa-

iea D iowd aw. I baM eMt a ma
m& fe verato we ta om-



the rebaol esmL"
Ca ptin Asdewem sAid .that he and
etQe= at1the re w were aston
that the Menrine el M be taem ts t
they tSOd of dieobesty d toe mwM
of LI-ute-m t new but yls~d to
tthe a bat of the e f eeatr. A-

Mot lihow t a eewwed v s 'of
Cothl AXMMau was th Ia nGoth-
..as ea i-ht4" e ye es ago.





Dr. NYM T. Sm st4 prncaw l ot
Ithe tag re1 p arato9 shooew at!
i b***um *u wbw be adv
Mbab a T. ebaUfor ebo oIsea oad


dres m "The Boy P0robem" before
the taersbn of Pialaseld ad North
PMlaNfld at Planetd,. N. J. the other
day.
"Religion i the most Important con-
eot of Mite." ad Dr. Seedder, "but I
believe that some of the Sunday school
methoda of today cannot hold the l-
teret of the boy. I come from a fami-
ly of mnlaiters for a hundred years
back, but If 1 cold stop sunday base-
ball by a wave of the hand I don't be-
Ueve I'd wave my band. The boys of
the town should be organlsed into
baaeaU teams, nla charge of grownups.
and sold tobe allowed and encouraged
to play on Sundays. At the Yale di-
vinity school the students are rged to
go out each Snday and If not play
ball with the boys to at least umpire
thir games."


AS IN THE DAYS OF '49.

How a Youeg Missouri Farmer Moved
His Property.
In the days of '40 our forefathers
sometimes Invested their last dollar In
a team and a prairie schooner. A gen-
eration or two has not made a great
deal of difference in that spirit of ad-
venture. The prairie schooners are
lighter because the road are better
and the dangers of traveling are less.
But there are still plenty of farmer
boys-and city men. too-who will put
their last dollar into a prairie schboon-
er.
That is what W. J. Abel. a young
farmer from near St. Joseph. Mo., did
recently. He couldn't afford the ex-
pense of shipping his horses and wag-
on and chickens and cow to Marvin,
Mo.. so he put a canvas and oilcloth
cover on the wagon, furnished it with
bay and boxes of breakfast food and
an airtight stove. Then be na lied
some chicken coops on the bottom of
the tailboard for hbi twenty-five chick-
ens. They furnish him with eggs ev-
ery day. All that was left to do after
that was to tie his cow to the wagon.
hitch bis hores and say 'gkdap."

New Market For Our Tobacco.
It is anticipated that the anti-opium
crusade in China will be the means of
Opening up a new market for Ameri-
can tobacco.

Boys Will be Boys
And are always getting c e t
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weihope ree WW Nee SA Wasemear
_ t 8 Sl may ve amle e


-sipa to eMN qu*tlemt thee


-a use**-*e * ban team tea areist
(wbo. sar um In "10.ies000116
C%,e y M r. J. Jeable to ses




It wan t ay tew abe semi
Nebt i o jat a teamease astes




ca tim.. e taanwnm b e
io so u Istagn beio&?

We Mhe e. J. Jetai teseo e




wh weh Mamte at we a easale.
air masr. k their &suwneaelat
Namask itaeek qtioatto wate






Compared with owu treat tiurawayl
We'r ehuoue to laa Ii thei eiu?
A moral a meaned arshis pretty.
As aood sad ta Uoe e aa we.
-Joha O'Keete ta New Terk Worta


Pa arlas and srsn
It'ea U uca to te to
Who'll naU the na to tim mat til yearet
Of the anal outeome I haow no ear.
Though they once ta awhIe to wresS!"
And be'U I around la tei te
with ma
Ansd Jeh her a ttleo and sea: eaw
A own ts a window downao w today
That' look pretty dady en you. And.
Tour hat. 1 ueess.
Wousn't mteh the dree,
Wo'e oy ae two athme o tais yer.




An then we'U kano her Ie ae sd eaw.
Anou Jut Srt to unm tohe OMey
Wet sa zus toa for im t asa
As gowndIdtaWndobleoastw d




-uhnat.IOeea


Wheo the bhoms ke lon
Pa gets the blues
And grumbibe around all day
And says, ayrs he.
"You take It from rm,
If any one tells you those mutts eea
play.
You toll 'em they're off their base!"
And then he'll go out with a scovli
face
To ma and say: "There an't no sense
In running this ranch at such great ex-
pens.!
I can't quite se,
For the life of me,
Where all the money I give you goes!
You spend altogether too much on clothes.
I work mighlbty hard for the coin I get.
And you can't blow It all In. you bet!"
But ma says nothing for quite awhile,
And then she given a sarcastic smile
And says: "Take your hoop and roll Ht
away.
I reckon the home team lost today!"
-C. I'. McDonald In Chicaro Tribune.
Doau's Re*ulets cure constipation without
rii, nausea. nor any weakening efece.
your druggist for them. M cents per box.


W.0

YEAR


MeCtI PATimuNS
Celebrated or style, perfect it, smplity sad
relabilty nearly 40 years. Sold sa nearN
every city and town ia the United States and
Casada, or by mail direct. More sold tbea


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Ti Smanse Ir is ps poll tma


t "t fdiR the elto et toApril,
dTM" Iai mmat Apt

IM, m tqim to W ao for tde
e md UM foar the county, wm

Bed of Goo. W. Hmbtwdto crry
a phtd wn approved ad permit i.

Peimd fleeuItare reportsofdlerk
df eo ii p oourt, county juda, md
dge mdjuldimot the Poaee J. M.
oders, C H. Naumma, mi T.
ids, mdl W. C. PNe'm and
L K Myem wea reeed
TI triunrer'areporitwareewved
md the ~kb a athbed tobhis
report a ertdiete uo o that the
amoemt hirepor ciad or d wsmon
i tM i itheBewda County State
bnktoMsmeredlasommytom Aer.
Report of John avwd, road
apum pnaMent fo dotm~no. 5 wa
mhed and fled
The lerk e dciuft court preentmed
his pay rols for witamese paid at
qin term of dreuit court, 1909,
m 1nta' to *8.70, and the same
wee approwwed.
Tigdrketchebalteourtpreemted
hb pay rol for witees paid at
fall term of dreuit cot 1906,
amnntifng to $11.40, and the same


er virtue It i r.m i.meN-ed were approved.
that eh peron pay som peal at- PeNtion of Osceola Currier, et al
tAtimtohismother, ifshebeliving, citizen of Rockledge, praying for a
and to her memory if she be dad. public highway from the peassger
0Istationof F. E. C. Ry. Co. eastto
A Book for Orange Growers connect with the county road run-
We are bearing so many favorable going north and south along the river
eo-mmet upon the citrus book, bank, the eastern terminus of said
"Good Old Sptmmer Time in the Or- proposed road being at the intersee-
age Groves" recently issued by Wil- tion of the line of the former spur
son &Toomer Fertiler Co., Jack- track of the F. E. C. Ry. Co. with
sonvil, ad sent throughout the eit- the county road along the river bank
rm etioes that we feel this finn s and the western terminus being the
doing a good and much needed work. intersection of the same line with the
The state is full of new comers who present station grounds of F. E. C.
can ll afford to pay dearly for ex- Ry. Co., was received and the same
perienee and it is impossible to buy is declared a public highway provided
thoroughly practical books on Florida the citizens keep the same up and
products; but Wilson & Toomer Per- bear all expense in keeping the same
tiser Co. furnish all such informa- in repair.
tion free. Their publications cover The board having received a re-
the production of almost every fruit quest from F. J. Webb asking the
and vegetable raised to any extent in board for protection, the following
the state and should be in the hands resolution was passed:
of every grower or prospective grow- Be it resolved that it is the feeling
er. of the board that we have every con-
Pension Fund Badly Behind fidence in Brevard county% officers
as to the discharge of their duties and
It isquite ertan at someamend- the way they protect Brevard coun-
inl to the pension law will be made try's citizens. Resolution carried
at this s l of the legllat-, d unanimously.
its Probable that the committee The sheriff is instructed to have a
substitute for Mr. Hosford's bill will cover put on the water tank at the
be pimed. lhe pensions due for the jailor's house.
quarter endm March 1sta are just The board will apply to the legisla-
being and only one more pay- ture of the state of Florida to have
mAt, that in Jn, can be made outan act passed transferring the money
of the fnds now in gt. The now in the game warden fund to the
Showever between 700 road fund of Brevard county, Fla.
and 0 of these have been drepmed T. J. Coekshutt is instructed to go
on aemmt of ths but there a -to Oak Hill and confer with Mr. Ow-
mostill O o mor than cab e relative to opening public road
ma pAL tfor i oh e mr Volusiaand Brevard county line.
about 0 ad the amount da report of J. M. Osban, showing
on peim is rouad numbers I that he hed collected and paid into
% VML .. th e ak. *Wh MaY treasury $3.00 for the


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ChM. pmW. oa hr1 p 04m...ma.._- m- M
The board adjourned to meet the
first Mmaday in June at 2 p. m.

a Wuh 0ver 9nmmf pa 1 am4 in~ SM
by lan m Drug Sb m
oniTimR Ieaum

Do Notadmanger Lf wht M a Tan*i
vMlle mi... mews TOY the Oure
Why wil ontioe toENrrthe

gge.rI ue tht1etves to bed
oure di fered them?
Dom's KidyPHnisi the remedy to
m, because it gvut to the hMieys the
S they nd p0Te their w k.
you b are n y, e m of the
to.I rldot h utCe yeures

r-Jtd.e!a4 -tin. Read thi tuo-
J. W.r, living ea Main St.
ftotMle la., says: 'I ued Doan's
Eldnly u b as d can say that they did
me a great deal of good. My beck was
very lame and moe and ainedMme
intaer- if I ] wdor m'aNy-
thin. I wa kept almost constant
g-no y kdss were also very ir-
negku n foreot Utof the twofre-
t action at f the secretion, I wsT
r&e;d to arise may times du the
t. I read about Doan'
Vb obtained a box and hidused them
bat a short tim before I felt a t
deaI better. By the time I headn d
thae o of the xthebak-
ache lad become a tiang o the et,
and the lameness and soree hadi
apared.I am w able to rest well
X, nit, my back is much strooger. and
I am better in every way.
For asle by all dealers. Price 50 ets.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United tate.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Chilldrrn Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA

Nets e. AppleteO hI TasxDeesd VUdw
5osthm S lObafpe 4SO, Laws
Notice is hereby given that Joseph Wirem,
purchaser of tax certifeate No. 16, dated the
dayof July A. D.. 1S06, has fled mid cer-
tificate in my oee, and hais madeapplication
for tax deed to issue In accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Brevard county,
Florida, to-wit: N. i of W. of 8. W. I of N.
W. 1, section 2%0. township 21 south, range 3
eat. The maid land being aMsemed at the date
of the Issuance of sch certificate in the name
of G. Warren (Ea.) Unless mid certificate
shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed
will imue thereon on the 7th day of June A. D..
Witnessmy official s;iuature and s'al this
the 7th day of May A. D., 190o.
A. A. STEWART.
Clerk Circuit Court Brevard County. Florida.
ItRwT71J'8 BALX
Notice i, 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 i.
Walker and H. B. Mace, partners trading un-
der the firm names and style of John B. Wal-
ker & (Co., and the Walker Hardware Co., in
which the following parties are plaintifls in
the several suits. viz:
Mcllwaine Knight & Co; Ernest L Rhode
>A Co.; Schwab Clothing Co.; Carter AChurch-
ill Co.; The Begal Manufacturing Co.; H. B.
Clain Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead & Color
Co.; Angwtnu Wright Co.; C. H. & E. 8 Gold-
burg; Fank & Co.; Atkins, McKelden &
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlanlti So supply Co.;
The Baeanfeld Co.; and BridgefordA& Co.; I
have levied upon and will sell at public au,-
tion to the highest and beat bidder for cash,
during the legal hours of sale on Monday,
the seventh day of June, A. D., 190t, at
the tore of John B. Walker A Co.. on


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The Hoe o Captain H Mtchim on, of .sNe VL.

"It gives me pleasure to write you this letter at this time= m *nae' tr t.
Stood your Peruna has done m when I was quite does up with a very I.4 oi.
"I could hardly p rtorm my ordinary dtUes, but from the ma of 'veruna
I am almost rwestored to health.
"I am quite convinced that it has helped me fmee eshamt catarrh, to
v. which I cm subject. It ha. also benefited my throat.
"I can truly recommend it as the best all-roand medicine iU ha. been r.-
p-Ivilege to become aequainted with. Of this I am quite convinced frm j..y
"4wn experlence."-Capt. Lemoel M. Hutchinson, MontpIikir, V*t.
. ... A A A P d b.-~ i t- qd d d qL- q


Can New rat Anytain.
Mr. J. W. Pritchard, Columbia City,
I d., writes : "I am pleased to say that
I have been eurd of catarrb *o the
stomack by Peruna.
"I could hardly eat anything that
agreed with me. Before I would get
half through my meal my stomach
would fill with gas, easing me much
distress and unpleasant feelings for an
hour or two after each meal.
"But, thanks to your Peruna, I am
now completely cured, and can eat any-
thing I want to without any of the dis-
trcssing symptoms. I ran now enjoy
my meals a I used to do, and it is all
,ee to Dr. Hartman and his wonderful
*n. licine, Perunna.
*. bahs been one year since I was


curs, and Iam a lO. K. yet, w I L.v
I amessd."
A Mt us bArea doa.
Mr. Lewis Zm, *.'itor amd prnpr'-te
of "St. Augustine [eteor," writse:
"Any man la public work flad at
times that he Is under a peca~ rvO
SaaWb. I found that with is I w a
appetge, and my brain aseeal to ork
uncessingly during waking and u&Wkep
Ing hours, so I was tired amd wer o A
in I he morning.
**Tonics and nvtigoratore were sag*
gested and tried, but nothing waset be a.
eft to me but Ptruna. That is cer-
talaly a remarkable medietine. I was
rest-rd In three weeks to my nor* *.1
h-n Ithv eonrditiln, my ap.vtsite rear ead
iand my sLop wa rutvAUing,"


"w^ Worth Its IeIiit G ml


imexpresses It.
A BANK BOOK
sh owingprud thrifty d
with a good balance to chick
may sarve you the tran
occasion presents to mist
to makeyour fortsum. aBkbem
We're coawevsatlve a to mth-
ods, solvent a to fmuace and
Prudent as to advice. Your ac-
count will be appreciate.

The First National Bank of St. Augustine


KING OF THEM ALL!

BALLARID'S


SNOW LINIMENT
Has been Cewmed wit Phememiael ee****s sineo IM, and.
is to-day the IeMt emeehleld ULinmet on the market.
CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN,
CURES g$.0

Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 R Ao WA-I HSI


BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., 9.=ra_.
500-502 North Secod Stre, ST. WLo, Om .
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Th manm who thought he had the
ack of saying pleasant things cal-
culat d to warm the cockles of the
oldest heart was reviting the town
in which he kd spent a summer
twenatya before.
S"I'm u M. I don't know that
you scalbl me," said a coquettish
eldely ar, preaching him in
the thaoe sy after his ar-.
The ready heart warmer turned,
with his most bemimN smile, and
wrong her hand.
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S"RyFIagas' Valse Elegant. (Four Hands)
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Spece will not permit of our particularizing
upon the excellence of the selections rendered
by the clam, the prosaamue showing for it-
emlf the wide ra-ge of muac executed, every
piece being most creditably played. Mra.
Duuham has eme to feel proud of the excel-
lenIe with which the whole clas distinguished
itblf.
The opera house would have been ci owded
but for the fact that Mrs. Denham annonneed
in THESTAr last week that she would issue
invitations later, and owing to dcrcumstances
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"Ys," she admitted, with a sad n-tives. The caves inhabited by
little sigh, "there wa. a time when t.fese oil birds are usually accessible
I thought him the grandest man in o ty from the sea, and the hunt'Vg
the world-when I fancied that o these feathered creatures fri-
nothing could ever make me cease qlntly affords exciting sport t.
to love him." I tf adventurous in spirit.


"Well," her friend replied. "I
suppose we are all doomed to th a
disenchanting experience. We have
only to become acquainted with a
man to discover that he is not the
god we had supposed him to be."
"But it wasn't becoming ac-
quainted with him that destroyed
my ideal. I am sure that I could
still think him splendid if I had
mver sen him in dim breshebs*

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Sutter Prom Birds.
Ia South America i6 to be fouad
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to tol sand .1 pecketboob, m as,
*y s aMnderand ovs mdaO'dother artle, o w i
at writ, he cried ie t is.nd valuaa-. So em J
l i iwS ra' sirj, I haven't read a word year y tae
Shisstory i foato the r teir live in their hands in the
,w u oen 1 J dtw, t sMR t t Msed al hunt, for not BOIu o i tme
FM 316 SIN YE TAT* p rd posetsof the ffteenth value, bt the Ne of e
ftdo" 1 on f I of tOTY- oung 0"e an oil much pised tow
am "a' r dt a e d to pick up a V s stone to There n eaie of l in
h. sp n a thrams l W eas M a lt a w throw at a avage d s ad, I dn waters N
oMw m me 1to 1a w se J a" Se, cosetOr that stone an d ad labrador the bay seal, the
WiN Oe Nw rTak Met1116 **'"see.. to brdoio t tioht into the ground, Adeclared harp, the hood iad nsequare lap.
Weg'-w I w te t miesS e eis that we strange folks who per. The harp eal-the sea of
t e P t teod the stones and let loose mmree-s so called from ha
mI mar-Oa w.we tsaw wdog tseir was told in the thir- aga broad, curved line of dark
ier -- do ii t eenuy .by otr Pen connected spos etendng lon
w III O s b O sat w" d ab est 13 q4Erej.ta
.,a M as iMoe&it r a se*am. ha h polOaed art bearlag pet, the tl;out a each shoulder and meet on th
is Wtm Wrm e v 11e*. H. T.l t mtive -s an One authority in folklore tae back above the tail, forming a
Ads* .L" :o sa*tottr f peat. The a familiar tale from the ancient ure something like an ancient harp
Z ,- ...re .a. n- rei aM e e eM .1 ees- Hindoe collection, "Ocean of the As the hood are often with the
SBIs b bee. e hum s an it e le Waff a tosee tat Rivers of Narrative," through va- harps, they Sro also taken for their
u os versions, in many centuries skins.T me, called the d
1WIrs 0 -@ 61 e th n hood," is distinguished from the fo-
SWM at. Pst l wt- aMknve A ds1to estate plomes the al The oo tale is in brief some- male by a curious sack or beg of
pe at vis I se t ber af be de of the eartae v. thiig like this: A rich man said to flesh on his nose. When attacked
S- r mWM vne te recovered to utna. aefly. al hls treasurer in the hearing of a or enraged he inmates this hood
-Npesai a gpi s. er he was UL0 Mad oa these htwll tohe rt t at wsician who had entertained him, with air so as to cover the face and
a the Sema -rlkce SAM Betb ft re am the matltmu. w ive this man 2,000 panas." The ees, and it is strong enough to re-
d* t0 vfeast o of ttsurer, replying that he would do. et seal shot. When thus protect-
t .as ordered, went out. The minstrel ed he can be killed only by shoot-
,at he *imM Iss =m.lfmt *0*0 i aphke id for the penes, but was re, ij him in the neck and the bea eof
.a.. s re a eB-ran br...M n r fed. On appealing to the rich th.s L
9l on*" 119----o S e m man mthe m cias reeaivd this 1- Unlike the cowardly harp seal,
Mria steer Iass~ ti n (me. Plse a eSB i ia s spoken: '"Wbat did you give me that the dog hood fights desperately in
maseftath wetne On M 0asmorersist.I should make a retaWi You af- defense of his mate and youn ones,
Sl- 1 da hort lived ere to, a and if they are killed h becomes
Lt i.nfe 4Iape Pw Awnig Made. n by o the lyre, sad I furioa, mates his hood, while his
a)qm gurg st beme"ast"r'," a aid a a~v e a live ples re to your nostrils dilate into two huge bled-
S sc lea.s 0n0etataurer of wawnnga, Is e t mosey." den. As he rushes at his enemy t
Oweb arI, the ma who itIn Moonhe with afaendering leaps, it is am we H s
Ste hi tuba ppr poet e er in praise to keep a safe distance if the hunter ;b
Sttf a iman, who promise is alone, for instance have oeeur-
.N. s a of ,grain, but IA st where a fight bween anm od M
ya to him: o are a Nokhead dog hood and five or six men has -
| Yoe d me with words, an lasted for an hour, and more than
yo unlike manner. Why, once a man has been crunched to
S w. the, should I gin ye- gmin ?" death by the powerful jaws.
l Io I a; Aa in tel. of a philosepher that The seal is a great traveler, but ,
SM *o Pla i pl esaue his depends on the rivers of the omean
i him- leessap- n over the se o the fees we day in arrers and to and take him. whee he wats to go.
to9.the poelae f- seewego .eerof bulinand "te was th-awered the youth's Like a good many other tourist he
No3 ben bOe Sts. little Jound holes that e uncle: ray let as b *ear no more spends his' summer in the north,
saLg ter Aftf ft*; I'r btM b e lsed by th fan e r complaithe.injutice youop- leaving the southern water in May
M m a tauh. These holesof n crsei po ee you-havehad at our han, and spending about three months
at e e ,e th tly hasten t o time whe a nce t simpO*. asta to thi-w in theea about Greland. With
11nbms, |>t be repleied.v N lrty ef have boght-words of yo" and till the hbeginig of the arctic winter
mM tt we Se buildig in tow has e now have paid you in their M the eal hon starts on it longt
e Ve T dems hardsd te this sam damage." leeld coin." -seathern voyge.-Day Allek Wi
eeaest nam ssM1. e -owa th Plain Dealer. In "Jacke of Dover, His Quest of lay in Van lledak h
ee 1 Pt .per,,lwse ainnly Inquirie For the. Fooele of All la
e**n *A hewy to nadme- Weedo. WaSr Pipes. Poole," an english jest-book of the ias Amersi's e Bsine. k
Speg0 w taI p rt y7 Wood pipe are better than re sitenth century, the is a tale ld4 eums dIm rea .v teabM s
sMenUe ih' the great aeMsml. It$ r Iso Os do rs ,e h is-
RoM GeaV*it M nh W pesw rryig water sMly, so- almost precisely like the Hindoo iu ermw i sh.
A __as i __ __ se_ i osrdn to a report s by the narrative. -. i
to tde Ibut Statee forestry baurrea It A Japanee story says that Kiss- I
There wee a welty ate as Tar tays that timber atratd with w- buro, a man of economic spirit, took HEALTH
M amM Ab o Dabbes. who r ter and protected from outside in- lodgings on the side of a market for HEAL
MV hadtPMM < There i is Mene of tio ileofwoo eels entered his dining room and T he w whso Ps MIN Ue i m
, .,t au td ,at. s assI. .. At P~eterille, N. C., laid in masoned his bowl of rice. The man wheo e ha s. :
I L l 'wh is sound and i con- with the eels presented his bill for The m wh oameshis health t
arnsephU wI a a mat etanp t uae at the present time. Wood the odor of the aih. Kisaburo laid is wise both h nr his fa y and a
.e mear a st to se PiPes cot only one-quarter as mush out the money asked for on the bill hime. b
weK 9uly te proviso am cast iron and ome-half as much and began to chat with him. When Voum y lasure health by guard-
that o .Sl be seat to take as steel, they have greater lischarg- the man wu about to leave Kisabu- ag It. It is worth gsrdlsg.
Sam bat tt th capacity, they are not affected ro put the money back into his At the tt o
SLrSmnde wm oatrd S tthe et- b electrolysi and thEey r poor pocket, replying to the other's re- which geeraly approach
leto irr t up e e tohrb cenducto of best, thus keep monstrance: "You ask me for pay- through the LVER and mal-
t uhea bh the water cooler m summer and ment for the smell of your fried feats Itsetf la lamumenrable ways
It was a ar old wrmer in ter.-Chiago News. fish. I do the same for the sight of TAKE
Abd4 bpq~ad *~ eama to have a ,d HI i t. my money." This story was known
mmae4rwar au oeular proof of hs a- A in Europe in the fourteenth can-
potanend he mae the mot of t A Baltimore man was recen tury.-hicago Record-Herald.
Ia the eet of wayr, tor not ool showing hi nice new opera hat to
his home and ardeae placed at our his little nephew, and when he
dlapoeltlm but at the arnt mental to caused the top niece to spring onen A Livin Skeleton


ham of the Iterest that was meot three or four times the youungt Is the final condition of any child that has And save your health.
ateral seen the battle, rea of was delighted. wormif it live. Think of having ometbing ___. -
e equlipe a C-Iio A In your stomach that eats all you take as Dour-
"" e .!pe a comP A few days thereafter the uncle, ishmen Nine tenths of the babies have rHEIM VS9
Camp.* e i to a detaemoat ao T i d ting visit to the same house- worms, may be yours has. Be certain that it r
lbh ft to ta a throughout hthe mbe o rnt by givingeit White's Cream Vermifaermif
pm vi Ov the o Cap, u nat atSAe hold, brought with him a silk hat -itexpesallworms andinatonic-for the h- re Ver i u
the sto were that, of the shiy, nonyollapible kind. by.Price ents.old by all druggists.
falsa, t a our ear mte ao us- W he he was about to leave the I t TiEie
Saes w vteter saadeBsts had house he encountered the aforesaid impatient. T 8MT
alike tely miery to a peace- youngster running down th hall "Well, if that ain't the limit!'
tu pepleOf aS those s ames so aofte with what looked like a black ac- mused the postman as he came 4M
heard eM4lty. Hai f ow" Meo an_ down the sten,. of a* nr nvat. reai.


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P 4eto to of getting
73 E;ousem a glat of wind-a
darp w 4 t g t-and there
letdropsaUit Your heart stops
7 for a moment through
m of joy. But
row wrnt let yornelf be too--
. Airet ai reaining eats and
iO t Get that window shut! Bing
that hair ofthe poreht
)Ipw yn mam Aske Aseep bmeth
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te peer ag coioneas apd two
olden. Thu thing go on until
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,-.-~,- th~e t d a- 1. -When this broo4 of corpo-
L.7 o me tirate children gets into financial
TeA vi stearmt .isoer s ome a ti wble the reversal of the pro.-
case for a client who had every rea- -- Te s *--d r-
-- a hene b or wofor eac operating
te4, et uceea.. The client a P
Satouded b company and each holding company,
S" .w, hose administration finally leaves
toofle ca tsoand, heften, d the holders of the securities holding'
< to tb' -l" rs onee, d; I..n empty be- Wall Street Jour
thought ~ told me we should cr- -
ta y gain. tt hatsuit r "So did," W
-aw -M--b- la wyr 'ut. you *ee. w Trehed Pet.
when I brought it up there before An old Irish laborcr walked into
S the jdge they said it was a quo- the luxurious studio of a New York
TrWO amoJudieds. hWell, pif tey sai artist and asked for money to ob-
it m as bad ,that, repliedthe tain a meal, a he w s too weak to
farmer, "I don't wonder we lost rk
it." And he. paid the cots and a The artistgave him a carter and
big fee besides without another then, seeing possibilities for a sketch
murmur, in the queer old fellow, said, "Ill
_.... Hand ki. give you a dollar if you'll let me
W rlv-w-w IOO . ,O .
An Aberdeen paper tells a Glad- Yiimt you.
sto- story of the memorable Mid- "Sure, sid the man, -t an
lethian tour. On one occaion easy way to make a dollar, but-but
there was a Ireat handaking or- Pm wondenn how I'd get it of."
al"t the window of to* old gea- -Ladies' Home JournaL
eman's railway carriage, and he NeW iSle aury Their Ded.
Srapidly getting the worst of itol bury t deadon top
A a t Pyog policeman who o ter dPP tom
a m i Mr. GTdetoleProvedOthe ground rerwra them
Oalmpeanod Mr. toloih ing blpnheta, but always leave the top
equal to t ocion. Cro"ng of the head exposed. The build a
thd ndpTmdan .nd tlratn's n over the body and usuay chink
his .hand under Mr. Gdones ,In- t with earth. When his squaw dies
S e .aPpthe~ ute" su -r the husband wears his shirt until it
Svo e comerk t gnp that rots off, which is not strikingly dis-
Sno ock of c- tinctive. When the husband diem
-VTheo ald M ,' life, the squaw doesn't comb her hair for
Sros u soots e three months. Little reverence is
serNed Ms 4 a shown for the dead. When Tom
stroked i s fim imas g_. grave waa robbed and his
*e 6is tat, concurred bonaesM for qibitionthe out-
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mea with the dokles on his
em ltbd bakI his. eir in de-
a of tim laws of etiquetUe and
'No, thank you?7
A fanvey look c into his ey.
It is Uttwr of cec*ture wheth-
er it vwM O'otio or stage friAht
1akht used the man with theydlw
wfidm to awe so iontly that
he upset the Mit eliar.

. Lose was t four yean old
when one day T ne td her moth-
mr adid, "Mother, der, rs ao
Her mother, bkieving the child
wa words afe shd heard
eem older pmor y, told her to
run on ad play-that she was too
y.. to be nervous. But Loaie
in and her mother ftnaly ask-
el her how it felt to be nervous.
she answered, drawing her pttle
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Lave a AT PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO RANT Arrive esa
Palatka u PALATKA Palatka Palatka PALATKA Palatk
15 am .........No. 100 Dally ........ & 35 am 5 40 am .......No. 101 Dally......... 00 0am
6 15 am ...........No. 102 Dally.......... 10 am 8 00 am ........ No. 10 Daily............ 8 20 am
9 a0 am ..........No. 104 Daly......... 9 50 am 11 2 am ...........No. 105 Daly......... 11 4 am
12 0 pm ......... No. 106 Dally......... 12 25 pm 2 6 pm .........No. 107 Dally......... 3 15 pm
410 pm .......No. 108 Dally... 4 30 pm 4 35 pm ........No. 100 Dally...... 4 16 pm
5 16pm .......No. 110 Dally .... 55 pm 6 55 pm ...........No. Ill Daily............ 16 pm
S35 pm '..........No. 112Daily........ 6 5 pm 7 00 pm .......No. 113 Daily...... 7 2u pm
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LeaveEasit EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Sanu Leave San SAN MATEO TO EAST Arriveatml
Palatka SAN MATRO Mateo jMateo PALATKA Palatka
S30amN .........No. 10 Dlly......... 60 am I 00 am...........No. 104 Daly,......... 20a
S 0 pm ........o. 107 Dally......... 3 40 pm 6 45 pm ..........No. 10 Dally......... 4 06pm
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trOm -b-.- ,. Ourwbaits

a Mod before loa. We
S thro ko be a maeon our
of dim .ed ne3t Tihuraw.
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Mr. MIfs..L L Grlme, seo-Un
pMd1D.r.Hiablett, went to the
JMN Bt hspital, at Baltimore,
i Mr. Grimes examined for a
- We sd. Dr.


Dor 1s, IMW, Mr. Sam
(COi-Mr. CMUlds came to thissee-
timabot yeasagos from Wash-
le aD. C.He willbe missed
ma ti m baWa a prngresa ve,
er tgeti peM-m A mani. He mar-
ed Ms Grae Hardee, daughter of
A W. Hardee, who, with one
daohter, survives him. Services
wee bold at the home, interment in
the Coma cemetery. The sympathy
of the community goes out to the be-
reaved family.
vWrybal Ukely have kidney and
IMm e w*ouUe.s t eary everybody
40 bambde e( to1 6 ML. Thati b i e
WO W es eom bo w isP ino the'
eb. ate.t your kidneys. The
bt t doeis to get osme of DeWiWtt's
KUMMib Bad e rihtaway. Take
sem bratw das o week oeW s you
wMl alN aris t la this way. too, will
wxrdff dagremmad padbly aos' ial.
WCJil be% Y ickly
t their Ilmlin p seed your mae
.o.LC.DoW & ACo. Chiesi.. forafree
trial be. They a old here by Buoae

GOBORIANA
Several of our young people are
planning to attend the entertainment
of the CocoM school this week.
Mr. Trafford returned home on
eed'sa boat, having arranged for
the hippib of hisshare of the to-
mato crop on the Hiwolrk place.
1UMV sa 1 U W U -... I4.


Mra. PIl es widip the etofher
a tUbk & imlmd F. W. Muneo
toSft"a the peakingof the
&i& wb=a fru~hlt xt week.
Sa"p wi al be of in G i r-
iaM, tmd is m w promlns of a
xio p o oruaNes next yer.
Qoites a s mbe ot the o settlers
w9i about 1e May pie-
e. Why wWlda't it be a good pl
o thoe who want a socalvisit wth
-..m toe pole Maeet
001 i -r mnd biveadupie basket
nile. ob6 would do awa with
co ttee, baseball and.gmune and
ly those wbo wee intr~std in the
old d would rw to attend. In
te an "Old Settds Picni" could
be ornnimd, meh as i now held in

A UIapy Pather
Sw a lk tamhy

II hem e u a s i h...
a tto. Ik ,eass, etalso ham-
Mi dUwg Prifes W saWs msi pertheWo.
Seau b au dr ^ift

Wm Booth, of Miami, visited his
parents this weak.
Mrsn. V. CAder is spending this
week in Jacksonvile with relatives.
R W. Stewart spent Sunday in
town; returning to Mimr in the eve-
ning.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Young moved
up from Wabao Monday and will
make this their future home.
Mrs. J. Corenes left Sunday for
her home in Jacksonville after a
plant visit with her mother.
Mr. C. Alnswrrth and wife left
Wednesday for the amm r at their
old home in Grand Rapid, Mich.
Mr. Gosh, of North Carolina, ar-
rived Wedneeday and will work in
the shop of the E. C. L. A S. Co.
Mr. A. P. Edge and family left
Wednesday for Fort Pierce, where
they will make their home in the fu-
ture.
W. H. H. Gleason returned Tues-
day from St. Augustine, where he
spent a week with his brother and
family.
Major Jordan was able to come
over to town by being rolled in his
chair. His many friends were glad
to see him.
Mr. Freeman Moss returned from
Ferguson, N. C., on Thursday and
after spending a few days here left
for Miami, where he will be all sum-
mer.
A surprise party was given Miss
Ellen Mathers on Friday evening at
her home. To say she was surprised
and unprepared for such a crowd
would put it mild. Everyone enjoy-
ed it as much as she did and the eve-
ning paused away all too soon. De-
licious refreshments were served by
Mr. Mathes.


Ite a Top Motch Doer
Greot deeds eomel reud. The world
emowitN doenr Thts why the Amerimn
people have rowed Dr. K Now Discov-
7ry th kiM ta tat adI un. remedies.


ocek "" "LARGEST AND OL.DUT AW TS
W ip "ba OR. 1hs oOan, s
oo do that he was still r t- Am -
wald be in Vermont avenue,whobT -- d sa-ma skat M aain
th rag Fifteenth street is half a TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
blek northward. That's as plain as
I an make it, and about the only
thing it ral seems to explain is M
how very eobuing oer streets real-

my eeshae HaARDWARE
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"..'* Jas. Pritchard & Son
Jeas.e crn. Tw ees
,iS ,&., r Handle the Finest Lines of
., g ."M- sa -- Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Coatty Tremurer's Statmaet '
May. 1st, 1 Our Stock of
Balance casu on bad Apr.
ist, I -V* ---.-......-- .. Guns and Sporting Goods
T"O"I ,4.u 8 is complete at all times
131, and warants deliver-
"sd t&h ei-n- Paints and Oils of Quality
BN- th-.My 1, one of our Specialties
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Ths amount is Wel as fol- E ..... .
.law: a t- Quotations for large or amal oarde will
Stas dba re..as c be given personal mttMnti. Md O
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The balancesagft to eubhfund -X M
arn as follows:
reve n4-General
Ceandy rod amd bife fund 4CII
red fd------- an------
=..t.. .....-....... E. L. BRADY & BRO
Speeal nedm fds. o. N1 I.5,
6 Grocerides, Hay, G1in ad all Food Pre t
4 9 .70
64 64 d4 *6 a 5 3iJ56 w&5we bmiea .1e1w hofan Ml. b We usemes e s#Wnw eNam We
Game warden fund---------- .51 .l t.i itheabove u1 sad alef ofthe i ne G I. mem wiGOts.
PGoprty -- A -pMs Gal rI C ai v desuwe at y=arS s I LLD. T T II DT A WM =0.
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eAOran*UATOK*S llorses
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laleb, le, m Mal orders solite and promptly fil Will order anytha we
q mi..oke iediate Mtltavet in Stock
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