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16|Bo fhe va slows sf his
Sr1.A bon* a. I ... w-_o,. _
*ee th ofs Ms rttsmIsa
M nindW mo nwk. Mr. Field
Lb h i lor the imrpeOt attend-
^ to e lamportant bush.s on
Sat&*uat w" whs be is the
S rIi JNntM Newood expects
to tas bnM ae tha e afternoon's
tida aMd Mi Getrude NM del will
rd otn -t-om wfrom Deld where
they have bea mt the tach-
e aormal. Mi 3hl Whson, who
b a bso tskim the taee's normal
Sose, wil go rom DeLand toJack-
a ,vwle, meetmig her mother at New
Smyrna, for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
W. C. Them.
The little daughter of Section Pore-
ma uT. A. Coleam wu bitten in the
hand by a puppy a few dap g,
since which time the animal ha man-
e foted the symptoms of abydropho-
bia. The head wan snt to Jackson-
villeamd exmlnation proved a de-
voped e of rabies The child
was carried to Jadsonville yester-
day by its mother to take the P
| tear treatment.
A mall refrigerator.
Mnarrm ISLAND LUiM Co.
S Fooetman, Fla.
rOne mare,0ow horse, one
and harnessm wil be auctioned at Ti-
toville on Moday, June 7th.
J. W. TATYLB,
DrayWgor hsaltota kind prompt-
Sy tSmSdd to. Meat all traiAs.
F .HE K HowO=
Ip Titsv fl, n.
SOrane and Grapefruit Trees
Gram at a"loh. Fh.. on hish
cw* a viatmi sStoU
IN momm us In Tn
04 *c '-We want o fr to s
l*lei/Woe winkto torn. Utikflattftauak
ft howlowpri-ed Dry. MNe. D" t, Tvills.
a. mt JeYe to know wre All kia of cold soda, also iee
SyOm DtI to ay cremat alltim eat Banner Drug
a.ee. gat tshe pmast or yrSto
oa fmSp$ramS p.tow. $3
WINSTN LBRANNING Mr. S. F. Gray and Capt.'Henry
O *h Cloth l St, s Wilson, of Canaveral, spent Wednee.
BMW T atte, noriw. day intown.
SOn tefirst Sunday in June Brother
bad ALL-STKZL CAR FLOATS C. C. CeOl will begin a protracted
WIM Crry Cma fro Key West
J. R. Prott, of Jacksonville, was
i New York on Tuesday, and the
Tibune otalned an interview from
"J. R. Parrott, president of Henry
i ra wers's Florida Et Coant rail-
74, returned to thi dty yteramday
h an inspection of the company's
endrtieon work to meet the
maml of Florida with the idand
of Ky West by steel vlduts ex-
I dig from islt to islet bween
thee two pobits. Mr. Parrott mid
that the work was progreng rap-
ty Md woold be completed in Jan.
"Orders will be placed shortly, he
id, for the largest asnel car floats
e-o eontrcted. These are to be
dfor esrrying froightand pmsm-
wr ears between the terminse of the
read at ey We and HaBanaWC ba,
ni- imu= e up in this country or
Cobsea be transported ars this
interesting strip of water and run to
my point dedred.
"For asteane, Mr. Parrott said he
was negotiating for large contracts
for the carriage of raw sugam from
the plantation of Cuba through in
bulk tothe fries here and in
Philadelphia. This will effect a sav-
ing to the refineries in the item of
begging alone, of 40 cents a ton.
With other items the total saving to
the sugar interests would amount to
about $850,000 on each year's crop."*
Eye Specialist Coaing
Dr. E.. H. Armstrong, the well
known Jacksonville eye specialist,
who has perfected many wonderful
cures in eye and nervous trouble
down the coat, will make a profes-
sional visit to Titusville June 12, Sat-
urday, one day only. Thoewho wish
to see him must call on this date.
All eye trouble, headaches and ner-
vues overcome without drugs,
and crom eyes straightened without
the knife. Office at Sterling.
Kline's Gent Furniabshing Dep't
Men's trousers made of excellent
quality of worsted peg top, turn-
over cuff, special $149 per pair, end-
less variety of patterns.
Also another lot made in the height
meeting at the Methodist church.
Mater Jesse Battle has returned
from his visit at Pao and is ain
at his post of duty in Branning's
Many friends on Indian river will
learn with regret the death of Mrs.
R. T. McFadden, atTybee, Ga., Turn.
day after a brief Illnes.
Mr. A. Youmans, second trip op-
erat this patthisplace in the employ of
the F. E. C. railway, was transferred
this week to the terminus at Knights
Key with an advance in salary and
The United States supreme eou4r
has handed down a decskuin the
case of the state of Kentuckye against
the Adams Expresscompany, holding
that the tra u ortation of liquor into
dry territories interstate com-
merce and cannotbe p by
St. L. aci A rac bbd
Mr. B. A. Warbinton has just com-
pleted the work of preparing a set of
abstract books for St. Lode county,
compiled from the records of Bre-
vard and embracing all those lands
now forming St. Ludcie county, which
formerly were a part of Brevard.
This work was started in July, 1907,
and required about twenty-two
months to compile. VWe understand
that having completed his work here
Mr. Warbinton and family expect to
go to Jacksonville in a few days.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
Titusville on Sunday next at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Bible reading Wed-
nesday, 7:80 p. m. Sunday school at
Dean Robottom will hold service in
St. Lukes church, Courtenay, Mer-
ritt Island, at 10 a. m. Sunday, and
in St. Gabriels church, Titusville, at
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at Titus- Woodmen's Picnic Next Sunday
ville 10 a. m. The Woodmen's picnic to be held
Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at Geor- at Indianola on Sunday next will be
giana next Sunday at 11 a. m.-a attended by Eau Gallie camp in full.
memorial sermon. At the evening The fast launch Indian River has
hour he will preach at St. Paul's been chartered and will leave Mel-
church, Eau Gallie. A hearty invi- bourne at 6:30 a. m. sharp, Eau Gal-
tation is extended to all. lie at 7 a. m., and will stop on signal
at island points. All Woodmen, their
Card of Thanks families and friends are cordially in-
of fashion, worth $4.00, special $3.49. I desire to return thanks to the peo- vited. Bring your lunch baskets and
Men's neglige shirts, collars at- pie of Brevard for their moral support have a good time. Fare, round trip,
tached, made of best quality soisette, tendered me in the McFadden rape case
could hardly be told from silk, spec- from the time the crime was committed 35 cents. P. A. MMILLAN,
ial $1. each. up to the execution. I fully realized H. W. CHRISTIAN,
JUuIus KLINE, the great responsibility that rested up- J.H. SIMMONS,
Tit ile Floi. on me in maintaining the honor of Bre- J H IMMONi,
Titusville, Florida. vard for the lawful capture and punish- Committee.
ment of a person guilty of such a hein-
For Sale ous crime, and in conclusion I also wish Standard Sewing Machine
Mason & Hamlin organ. resided so fairHo in this case; a. Jones, wthe The best and li test running on the
WM. STONES, Hon. John C. Jones, states attorney, market, does both chain and lock stitch
Titusville, Fla. the honorable jurymen, and all others on the same machine. Can be furnished
who aided me and assisted the state in with either roryor vibrating shuttle.
Wanted its punishment of a crime of this char- Spp o r reeasy installment
acter. J. P. BROWN, terms or rented.
A light spring wagon in good order. t Sheriff Brevard County. INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE.
MERR ISLAND LUMBER CO. Titusville, Fla.
Footman, Fla. Cruising Boat for Sale For Rent
Sailboatfor Sale 45 feet by 10 feet, twin screw en- Furnished rooms with privilege of
gSalb t fo electric lights, Curtis toilet, light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs.
The beautiful Herreshoff model, Apple dynamo, storage battery, ice F. M. Taylor. Apply to Mrs
ahahogany built boat, formerly the box, 90 galofresh water tank, fully aylo
mnnmW. t if tOw ).tA. V Unm.+ n.,,aual -n.v 19 ilinnm alm- ... n
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Spaldings baseballs, bats, masks, mits
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
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
T -a. T n
Spdl kSalst lilie's
MomT, MAT M 19090.
R&G earte, oew mdup-4odte
models, aD shea, speL 1 mb.
a M whie a e -arse
borsy . er d eWith
embroidery worth $1200, speidal
Now and up-to-date wants, hand-
somely 7spmeci othal "Ul.
eLaoiesd toild madetddrts extel-
lent quality chiffon panm, worth
TehrlSaelte lomg oth, yWd
wide, No. 1000, this the beat beg
cloth on the market, Mooday's oe -
al SaIa per bolt.
pmen hock towels, 6 inches long
with ftney border, qseeal tps cents
est.W Myo hnalihmely
Ieero with emrt od pr er-
tion worth p .00, Mnday only,
Aso one made of naxeilent eealio
of lonedale with flouna e andhem-
tithed todds, twae 9n cents. .
timmed with ale m la e
trimmed with embroidery, special 29
dies how, color pink, blMe and
lavender, 5 ceotasper .
ReMdymade st eet in-
ih, worth 75 eents, Mooday only, 9
Readymade pillow cases 45x6, 1^
Special prices on hammoak and
VYlaf Impreement aaod eagh
We wihb to announce to thepublic
that two days each month a manis
empl oed to clean the streets by the
V. K. Ma. AOmzAs BRAM,
Pres. V. I. A. and P. C ..
Plhas for F. E. C. Railway
The latest news from the Key West
ertension says that orders have been
imoed to prepare several of the work
trains and a number of flat cars for
shipment to the lower keys. Several
gangs of tracklayers are being orga-
nized and the work of laying track
will be carried on at several points
south of Knights Key, including Key
West. From Knights Key the most
cheering reports of the progress of
the work are received. Last week
the force placed seven of the large
concrete piers, breaking all former
'records. At Bahia Honda several of
the steel cofferdams are in place, and
the deepest water and strongest cur-
rent has been passed. January 10,
1910, is now the date set for the ar-
rival of the first passenger train in
AID ID mT
Mr. Henry Priteett was la tow
ammber The Alpiae for lhd
and quick lnch when In taitlhe.
5 or6 doses "W" will ea my
ease of hills and fever. Prie .
Mr. S. W. O'Brien, of
made a trip to Winter Park last wemk
in his auto.
Mr. Geo. W. Haford carried a
party to the ocean beach Sunday via
AllenhurMt in his launch
Dr. W.S. Graham, of Miami ha
goeoff fora few weeks' vit to
summer resorts, Met of whihe wl
probably be spent in North Caroeia.
We return many thanks to Mr.
Wm. Pomeroy, of Udred, for favor-
ing up with a crate of fine pneappl
from his plantation. They ane grat
Representative W. R. Hardee, of
St. Ldeie county, is so disgusted with
hi colleagues that he ek of theM
in a letter as "a frothy bunch." The
letter has been published and a-
on has remarked that "Hardee is
liable to have himself blown from
the gaims." -
Major F. M. Taylor, ammpanied
by his son, Master Wilsom Talor,
left on the early train yesterday for
a visit to their old heme. Sault te
Marie, Mich., for a while after which
they will go to Detroit, where Wilson
will remain through the summer
with his aunt, Dr. Helen Beadle. The
major expects to be away about one
Little Miss Corinne Walton invited
a number of her young friends to
help her celebrate her eighth birth-
day Wednesday afternoon. She was
the happy recipient of many dainty
presents and all the little folks had
such a good time playing games and
enjoying the delicious refreshments
that no doubt they would be glad if
there were some one's birthday party
to go to every day.
The Florida Herbal Remedy Co. is
introducing its medicinal prepara-
tions in this section by a series of
street entertainments in charge of
Dr. Bell, the company's representa-
tive, who gives a talk each evening
in regard to diseases and cures, var-
ied by minstrel specialties to please
the crowd. These medicines are not
sold by Dr. Bell, but areon sale at
i the Titusville Pharmacy.
SMr. Karl Ellery Schuyler and Miss
Helen Catharine Edith Lindsay Racey
were married at Jensen May 19th, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Racey. The groom
is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
SSchuyler, of Walton, where Mr.
Schuyler is in business and that will
be their home.
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SFMAA W IN ODD PACT.
W-se el l eany, It e Scid, Wntthut
I4* O@Wme WomesOs ama
W1Ml Oulile arraets aagemn- t
to Antele Seotti Is the story of an
8ma arui. agreemenest. known bitb-
efle s e fewr rtei. of whom the
puildamms em. say a Boston dim.
Wh o0hr thee ane aMd to be anh.
"S Sbk ma aa sein MlanB. B3r
Ib a Pas. Th are Maud Abran-
esa, 1 as0 IrimM at vnd ira ayAe-
eaL we mas the wagremest wtth
M P rver Mealy se yr ans.
W the eselealy pledaed thrbep
ssl eS am s I e iome to marry untl
eNe eA beeo faimoe; alo theb
weOe mt to many unM they bad th
esmt theethers. Thm airesiet
W" Pt .wre gne and C0ted toa
Only afteril Ms Frrar had reeevted
the piinmelsu ef the other three di
ab am amma h-er egasemeat.
Why Bo. WM Se t to ted.t
While little Elsie's elder sister.
May, was entertaining her latest ac-
quiifoa, a moat dignified and gen-
tul young man, in the parlor Elsie
was relented to the dining room to
play with her doll.
This particular one, the posesor
of a kid body and a bisque ead, had
been somewhat ailing of late, owing
to the fact that its head was grad-
ually becoming detached and its
pivotal eyes refused to perform
their functions of opening and
losing. After considerable prob-
ig for the cause of the trouble
Eie made the discovery that there
wa somethb insii of it and final-
ly s eee in extracting a large
roll of tCh64 curled hair. A o-
nm atiff UW m !st inin th- 1,.
g tk q ar_ flSw y wthed
iMto Iaey atkth bewl
fart. bp .risthe eoe t- d
.e ; 6k 1 t 10s0h & a u ar-
ioett. The Tahy hosta o
"SB vereo r die awy in a faint,
m etu .aa Id eNo youa wei
aMIet WWigluas sm Net a
sud s heard sar the wuick tih.
te oofa t he bow h ,l
U Marth p ni hto a t,
In t Mhe w qaa spnse cities and
tillageaboi meri e diffmus ert-
iaIOe omi plIei. Pea es m
into tinAy, tainmtet Mas. m
1ek ke pia yeBow r fbes and
tf es iae io t 'rakes in the
Over there a tina white streak
of mae weas its length ever
th green vista. train is rnuhian
$u1Ms aly it is gone, swal.
owd it w ou eld seem in that
1o merely pb ud into a tnaeld
breath a teweran meastain, the
r prLeene ch is lostto the
New yao pers above the clouds
and into a dosling sunlight. The
white billows beneath with the
shadow of the e o upon them, look
like gr et ackl ds to snow
o realistic the scee it seeas as
if you could put on snowshoes and
You are on a new planet now,
roaed with a wonderful e.hilhsr-
tion. Beautiful rainbow effects cre-
ate a veritable fairyland all about
vou. Suddenly a faint, weird music
of sweetest cadence strikes the ear
and is gone as swiftly as it came.
That is some great, jarring noisp
from the earth or the heterogene-
ous roar of a big city merged into
measured vibrations of harmony and
wafted up to your new world by
some upspringing current of air.-
Leo Stevens in New York Herald.
Hew Renmn Are Rented in Mexime.
Strangers sometimes mildly won-
der what newspapers or sheets of
blank paper are tied on the win-
dows or balconies of certain houses
for. A sheet of paper thus arranged
is a sign meaning that there are
rooms to rent in the house on
which it is displayed and is just as
sigiticent in its import as three
golden balls over a pawnbroker's
shop are in other countries.-MeAi-
A Living Skeleton
Is the final condition of any child that has
worse If it lives. Think ofhaving something
in your ftinseIi Ithat pats all yem takes nour-
ishm.nut.L Nine teutlhs of the ltiem have
.rmaon, pvar be y.vis has Ie mwrtain that it
has not by giving it White'sCream Vermifuse
-it expel Mall wrnt iand is a&tonic fer the be.
lvy. Piak 25 e-ents. akild lay all diuggists
'I elerapher s Cramp.
An interesting feature of teleg-
rapher's cramp is that certain let-
ters are nearly always the stumbling
block. The most frequent are C
and Y-that. is, the code signals
used for these letters. When a
sender begins to be "conscious"
about so common a letter as C his
case soon becomes hopeless. Anoth-
er form of cramp attacks the re-
ceiver of the message. It takes the
form of inability to write fast
enough to take down a mssago
quickly transmitted. This isasy
Zis kl Fup s -6 ti at isum
11*O no" W Ite Vie sleed
SPI IN HAWAIIL
This ruher Feed Is sf the Haki -S
Pred se toa Us.
What bread is to the Anerimeane or
opean po"i su to the native Ha-
VON No meal is complete with-
ot t and for the great majority
f the natives it forms the princi-
pal article of diet. While they prob-
ab could at the present time live
i t this accustomed dish, the
time nce was, before the advent of
the whites to the inands and the in-
troduction of new foods, that life
without it would at least have been
Poi is made from the tuberous
root of the taro plant, a speeis of
the etIAinm family, of which the
well known elephant ear plant is
also a member. The tuber, which
averages in size that of a large
weet potato, is baked and after-
ward po-ded up with water until a
smooth white paste is obtained,
much resembling a wheat floor
pate, except that the color is a
pale pink or purple, dependent
upon the variety of taro used. This
paste is allowed to slightly ferment,
or sour, when it is ready for use.
In olden times each family prepared
its own poi, the work being done by
the men, as in fact were most other
cooking operations. At the present
time poi factories in which machin-
ery grinds the taro and mixes it on
a large scale have largely supplant-
ed the old hand method. The Chi-
nese of the territory have come to
be the leading manufacturers of the
Many of the white residents of
the islands eat poi to almost the ex-
tent as the natives, but the taste is
largely acquired, and strangers sel-
dom care for it. Poi has a high
food value, and, since it formed the
principal article of diet of the old
Hawaiians, some persons have cred-
ited it with the splendid physical
development of the race.
Poi was always eaten from wood-
en bowls, or calabashes. and wias
conveyed to the mouth by the fin-
gers, one, two or three being em-
ployed, according to the consistency
of the food, which also establishes
a designation of one, two or three
finger poi. White poi eaters now
usually employ a fork or spoon in
lieu of fingers, although it is still
common even in the highest fami-
lies to give native dinners, or luaus,
at which knives and forks are ta-
booed and fingers only used. There
is as much etiquette among the Ha-
waiians in eating with the fingers as
with modern table implements, and
The graceful motion by which a por-
tion of poi is twisted upon the fin-
gers and transferred to the mouth
would not shock the sensibilities of
the most refined. An invitation to
a real luau,. at which poi, baked pig,
fish baked in leaves and cocoanut in
vario:zi forms form the principal
part of the menu. is something that
is always looked forward to by every
visitor to Hawaii and always pleas-
antlv remembered afterward.
He Got the Girl.
He had gone to ask her father for
her hand in marriage.
"Well, sir, what is it?" naped
out the old man. "Remember, am
a man of few words."
"I don't care if you are a man of
only one word if it's the right one,"
replied the suitor.
e got the girl.
A V ine Family Xeodiene
EVwy &.ly ae!* a m ood lPei t-to-take
A Tale of a Tub.
"rI'i:. ome her.' y.velled Jc. itSh:arp,
of Wilwt-,'d. 'Count.. tpo his witf fr.,.,
the It: ."in he other night He bm.1
ir I", rt the rub of hot water Just
after: tnii rpceired a fresh coat of
You need a sufficient amount of
good wholesome food and more than
this you need to fully digest it.
Else you can't gain strength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach if
It is weak.
You must eat In order tolive and
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a suffic-
Sent amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
and it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do It,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol dl-
get the food.
*.*; St .S II t!
of I*.- tilt wh*-,n hli wlt uarrlvt .
After worklaig four hbour he Iet "i*i
smuet off hie body MrU Sharp bhad
ftbrette t tell her htabmd tW rab
had bem r4mametle
Go to your dru t today, and
Purchase a doar bottle, sad If yoe
can hoeftly say, that you did not
receive any benets from it, after
using the emntre bottle, the drug.
gist will refund your samey to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggt the prior
of the bottle purchmased by yo.
This offer applies to the large
bottle only d to but one la a
We could not auod to make such
an offer, unless we positively kaew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt I.
roelnu& v i ads
Of 8w d khourithutCmbst o0
Wilin"A e- umm
and bOwfy As oohLMso w M-%
Wa bew~w. Money a ys
You want of the food you need
Kodol wil it
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~;~~-KiTi~: -'4: $
.- .. C
I.. -. A
obw Itsee a
ia lb, sab iw '.
Ia a tr-lyn that his coppary
3^. ... bs.. Mr. Rogers befr, hr
lh ad had %oee eesoew
# with the Peaylvaais lAet *a -
S-- weiTm ,aes th Ae*-
bm Ayr Cok inconn0ec ogd owb,.
-I verbs. Durig s thv, was.
I *'bad, ee ,eWrd ,I, th anion a-
a sam H important faht b' in hrm
j Of e w Prat t & Ca.. havin "ba
him.a in a paMersa T pawrt.
hp euslemdS un ti the frmati. f
I' 7 aa a "
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- '; '-4.
THU LJL?3 HIL .N3 am=&
rector of the DUated States Swteel r
portion. the DUnso Paclflc ralrhed.
the Atebloea. Topeka and Sauts e.
the Tenamsseae Copper company, the
0uasnty Trust company. the Atlas
ek company, the New Jersey and
State Iland Ferry company, the Chl-
cag Mllwakaee and St. Paul rail-
read and several other corporation
Mr. Roger was borm In 1840 at lat.
tapisets. Mass. where his ancestors
bad Mved from eoloal day. He at-
tsuaed the Pairhavem high school and
was graduated to the iat elas that
eve left the serbool. He told his
fleds of later years hoew the ats t in
t at scoolibiA ue"d to cramp his
h"g legs ad hab. to complaitang to.
the teacher e day, he hbad vowed
that f ever be get rieh hewenlI buld
a ihoelbo-me whleb bwos eoald be
esmifrtabe. His very art gift to the
teac ft, harhavm after be bad be-
ese a am s wealth was a school.
b e web eat 7"00LO
h hav- ft tbe days when Bagoao
pbo wP teeming with
epa ies r as ambitoi youth.
The 4b, seboet duato Mted his
heqba : aat: q g -, er
Valsl be g ysi but I*
hed to m over iew badfrd to?
a Amandam .in..mto ink.. b 2Oha. ,
wM tue uniol of the chief refneries I
of New York. Philadelphia. Cleveland
sd Pittsburg was effected. Mr ito.
as hocaum the chairman of the mana
efteturinf committee of the combine.
dtim and also one of the trustees. From
that day until his death be wan oure
of the controlling forces to the affairs -
of that comoany It bas been said of
bin that be had more actual expert.
Sne ln the petroleum Industry *than
any other of the men who bare be
oeme rich In the Standard Oil group
Mr. RneI' arst wife died fourteen
yeas ago. In 189 be married Kmelle
Angusta Bandel daughter of the bead
of the diamond firm of Randel. Bare-
more & Billings. Shbe had been Mrs
Lue B.s Hart. but bad divorced her
husband and obtained permission to I
uas her maiden name.
Mr. Rogera had spent. It is estimated.
SBaOOAO to making Fairbaven. bis
boyhood home. a model town. Bls farst
gift. an already told. was the school
houea. After that came a town ball
The Mllicet library, a memorial to
bhi daughter. cost $200.000. To the
Uanitarian ehurbch be gave a group of
buisldis.m the total outlay having been
abhet 1.0A0,00 This gift was.tn
memory of his first wife. Mr Rogers
built a beautiful home to Fatrbaven.
I' t WdoW iWAnd
asideb Sathe mr e eape
I' lsW adt am bo t aaMW t
M r. pr. 3 m W a t a a tA i w
of X t e wtoeak nsotte.
No o s a i tu m bow be w, ----dto
mue u in te o ws d fa -e
atp awseta ase ad nerd I
Ir 11 wear. a mat te str lago
SP smtatas aof t he Danish mn -
nMUsut br ug 10Hewas eatetsio
the a erie a mho the Mt tohat
Dean a ied v tohe o Uited
P *e*ecis ma hrtd ah anybody It
a. the Danish West We s. The
emSeeta b -thet to tp e staniaesla o
the meagoda ns at that time and that
Met eonection of Mr. Ragers with
te astter was made the bash 1 soee.
atletal stories wbeb had Mr. RBoges
oewlg the United state senate.
ML. wagers is servied by his wife
ad fawr abdrea-Heary H. BRogers.,
r4 A nsm who became Mrs. W. 3.
mn*, Clar. whose tlst besband.
Pndfwd A did few or Ave yea
age amd who afterward married Ur-
ben H. Droughtoma of Cu cao. and
MeA who also married twice.
Mr. lRegar' ew York city home
was at ast Seveaty-elghth street.
The soeeil orgalatleoes to which he
haed Incaded the Ualon League
abk the netropoll" L~eW B -
ghMeerW, New Tork Yacht aSod eawan-
aa-Coerttbsa TYacht He, was also a
member of the Amuertea rioe Art
and New faglandse soeeaes. t Amer-
loea Muaeum 9f Natural Hastory. the
Mu.lceJ Art Socety and others.
Here is the sort of talk that Rogera
"Don't be a pessimist Believe l
yourself and your country. We are
entering upon an era of development
and prosperity unparalleled Ito the his-
tory of the world. The young man
who realtes this fact Is the young
man who wial aeesed."
Mr. Rogers was a handsome man.
Tall. lithe, straight as an arrow, be
towered tar above the crowd any-
where. His face was lean and clear
cut, the strong protrudiag Jaw of theI
fighting man alltaUus attention to
him at once. But the severity of bli
lower face was relieved by a twin-
kaga. merry blue eye and a lofty. be-
-I have been hammered for years.
Mr. Rogers said recently. Every one
takes a shot at Rogers at some time or
other in his life. Of course I don't
like It The man doesn't live who does
not covet the esteem of his neighbors.
But what cafi I do? Nothing that I
could say would stop the torrents of
abuse. So I say nothing.
"The resources of this great land
have only been w eratched. The next
fity years will asee wonders I the way
dream of. That's why I say to you
young men. don't be peti-aimentlc Get
Into the Foght and do a man's part.
There never were so many opportunl-
'tes as there are today. The great
trouble with our boys is that they
don't like work. They like to sit on a
high stool, wear a high collar and ogle
the girls. The way to get along is to
go to work. and by that I mean go to
work with your hands. No man ever
learned a business In the office.
"What does the president of a rail
road do with his son? Does ht get him
a job l the office? Not much. The
boy goes into the shop and learns how
to do thing worth while. Then after
be has shown that his hands will sup-
port bhis head-that Is. to feed him-be
I s given a chance to show that bis
bead can support his hands.
"And another thing--get married
There's nothing like a good wife to
make a man hustle. Just look around
you. and you'U find that nine out of
ten successtaful men of affairs have mar
red early In life."
When Mark Twain. the great Amer
lean humorist, awoke one morning
nine years ago. following the failure oft
Bad Attack of Dynsetery Cured
"The ass I stole from you. And
now tell me-who is your mara- I
"The mother of the ass you stole
from me!"-".My Experiences In
Algeria," by Baroness de Boerio, in
Wide World Mu~azine.
They were country people pure
and simple, but they had read the
papers and thought they were edu-
cated up to all the improvements of
a city. When they went to Wash-
ington they went through the navy
department and saw the models of
our ships of war. Pointing to a
companion ladder hanging over the
side of one of the boats, she asked
her better half what it was.
"Oh, that's the fire escape," re-
plied the husband.-Lippincott's.
Boy Will be Boys
And are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bopsI. bursorsmalds. Dou't
neglect such thin m-thawv anw ayilt Ariam.
age^^^W W o o e o, e
'p^ eBW e iu n 4b40 fr' thi sI-
~gd t- n Mr R r a.-bl. w tb b
m-i to dm, with bh foiwle aeos
Der ftb -aai Oth own 0ees days
'e10 r a hoi for 0 tWW 2e" P
esm I w e r b 16P .. oa. hi w .
0-9 a r eW. as I am se re" Urmat
a" Few ON f a "a wilN tti the dbo
Be received the folowlta reply:
Dear .r-Teawr ntMe at band. I will We
S8to p mayw e7 *w 6 The be tim o
tebw m tandird Oili baeeWNanIl I4
One of the tradltio at tbe Stand-
ard Oi balding wa that Rogers ar-
rived and departed esartly at 104:0 to
tMe mrnlug and 8*) in the afterooo.
en moram the veter" watehman
who stood at the Brenoadway entrance
to tme buidIug wassei t take ot
i water wbh MIr. B1rS hnrrted
is. leok at VA a e&& dsttly set It ftIo
ward ten lutes. for among the diE.
Uiliisb M ebareturlestes of Mr. B2
rs was a regard th almost amount i
ed to a wsr e far tisme.
Mr. RBer rmnded out his life work
by onstr the Virgta ailMrad,
which Is n42 miles to length and cost
4OX)Oe. The read, which taps the
Vast btui os coal lelds West VIP
-ga, was almost entdely buat wkit
Mr. Ro"erW own money.
AN ALGERIAN STORY.
of Tlhei Trade.
Mohammed ben Mohammed was
a marabout whose afais were in a
most nourishinf condition Pi.-
rnims visited hi ancestors' tomb b
hundreds, leaving many and
offerings, and Mohammed. ben Mo-
hammed grew fatter and wealthier
a" serritor, Ali ben Ali, becamem
tired of watching his master's in-
creased wealth and bulk, while his
own pocket was as flat as his body
was thin. So one dark night he i-.
lently took his departure, riding on
the back of a young ass belonging
to his master.
After a march of about thirty
miles the ass had enough of carry-
mg Ali. It was a young ass and
knew no better. So it went on
strike, lay down and forthwith died.
Thereupon Ali dug a hole and
put the ass in, piling a great moun-
tain of stones over it. Then, sit-
ting down beside the heap, he be-
gan to pray. A traveler passing in-
quired by whose tomb he prayed so
fervently. Ali was filled with as-
What! Had he never heard of
the great saint Amar ben Amar
(literally "an ass, the son of an
ass") ? All the people of the coun-
try around came there to pray.
The traveler 4id not fail to men-
tion the marabout Amar ben
Amar's tomb, and soon pilgrims
flocked to it with offerings, and Ali
ben Ali grew fat and rich.
The faithful neglected Moham-
med ben Mohammed, who at last,
furious, abandoned his marabout in
order to pay a visit to his rival.
Great was his astonishment when
he recognized his runaway servitor.
Taking him aside, he whispered:
"Tell me the truth. Who is your !
marabout ?" I
him fairly and whipped him fairly.
That was the way we made it up to
do. If that's printed Ill whip the
man who made it!'
"It wasn't printed, nor were there
any court proceeding taken on ac-
count of the alle,.'l conspiracy. The
men concerned in it on both sides
got toZethpr andl settled it out of
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eeiv h iiirNbewm fit wBMii.
on m, ON *g sta ds u wo
did et t he iyunemOw a he
sh ld ha* diM. Whi h W i
thr ear41 fit be e M
disiahrit his. uem h wh
the ma0 we M a g thina ie
it his hte. Thetns the was ta .
b of t- e im edbmd hem e
a wage at te mtoPlat M e
fehOW. oon Sites this &s Wid
eaS prominent street, a nd as two
of the fouat of at oieMads wte
ith him the time there was talk
of an action against thea and his
fathe h nforw mmra nu. OurANE
Was ret aion hto g pot hetp
"It was decided that it would be
netesry to A t an admission tr
the father o the young man who
t it. I tried man t waysand failed
Be did not know was a detective.
-He had known me for a number of
years, but thought I was eng in
other work. I had another % to
get from him what I wanted. I told
him a New York publiestion wai
having the aai written up and i0-
"I said I had seen the picture of
the fight which had been prepared
for it. He was pleased at the pub-
licity that the fight was to get, for
the story of the affair atthe club
had been printed, and he wanted it
known that his son had avenged the
insult. I intimated that if he cared
to see it I'thought I could get him
the picture that had been propaed
for publication. He was eager to
'I had a friend, anpper art-
ist, who made me a pitu He
made a faithful copy of the street
scene where the fight occurred, and
he made a fair likeness of the fig-
ures in it. The pietmre showed one
man stealing up hind another and
striking him from the rear. Behind
him were two other men, who were
supposed to have accompanied him
to see fair play. The father was
thought to have been in.the neigh-
borhood, but as he wasn't seen he
was left of the picture. He exam-
ined it carefully.
"'Who are these two men? he
asked, pointing to the two onlook-
"'They are the two Blacks, who
went along with your son to see
that he got fair play,' I told him.
"'That's all right,' he said, 'but
who is this~' pointing at the man
who was striking at the other from
"'Why, that's your son,' I told
"'That's a lie!' he exclaimed.
'My son stood right in front of him
lad hit him squarely in the face. I
told him to do that and stand up in
front of him all the time. I was
right across the street, and the two
men who were with my son were
close enough to see all that happen-
ed. They will tell you that he did
not hit him from behind. He faced
, ....,*. *}-,/
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*,~ ~ -MIT,~~ U
*~ When *8 hew.
bw~ tha~ M we.
~e tu --Flortahas the
ggt. 6 1 *s t
(dm*aAMthe fr st ab.
* Ometo We e&aal qa vawod
at e4i.famdobi do the* Inteer-
S o>- ml I t the MthMoo e o
bePaua. a nepue a dt the ,ehd r
Iastont otbe fieth ts this eo -
iaMe ott i earletly sde aid ford
Ma s set *bd Clg UMis ldeyfor
do*s s- rss wll mom follow in
AB M 'tm we kw be beody.
In the edayps w the Floridsg plansbody.
re so nemeto tbe example of
Fit' A ind, Ga. is held tBp to f e
beMt m an enouragio examples I
to stima suhd we anterprises it mary
be well to take into consideration car
.i bdpg bitter by a* dog or
efveP *iw*a I8dq be bsmshold
tUm f dNt ee that Fitgeral l
dfsrill be properly munledshould
p as an "old soldier" movd we have
been spedally requested to call at.
ado thatOhe fact that this ordein-
soureis but being strictly enforced.
of the governmenturs would be bealiter
outenablofed them way to relive in a modanger
almost anywh being bitten by them.re.
Beware of Exaggeration
Inheir pendaysion oney no plan
help so numerous and the Fiterald peoxample of
what wougeald hav is held beenup to the
times with it. As an encouraging example
torida have such enterpbackrisesng as above
be well to take into consideration
settlers fact that Fortifigerald withs started
up as an "old soldier" movement
and that as such- its settlers were not
thrown entirely upon their own re-
sources but were mainly pensioners
of the government, which in reality
enabled them to live inmle fac modest way
Their pension money no doubt
helped the Fitzgerald people through
hatope would have been troublous
times without it. As not many of
the colonies now being promoted in
Florida have such backing as above
mentioned it would be well that the
settlers be fortified with something
in the way of means to take the place
of the pension, for it would certainly
give Florida a black eye if even a few
of these projects should happen to
go by the board.
The Tampa Times refers to this
matter in the following pointed par-
agraph: "When the simple fact of
the ere posession of five acres of
Florida soi Is held up as a full and
R. 0.U~. mesd o bo
J As & me d mAt for
- nbeSmet vrn moe b tby
the lmtma th colored emistry.
WAe when h wnmou i tby a
eit.e tra s al over aBreod cape
dt Sherlf Browns weok at almost
two yeats Mw flagging effort to
locate and aptOre this ngro.
Madden twas captured by Sheriff
Brewn ear JacksovIlle on the 18th
at lt January and wss ld In St.
Johnsenaty jail at St. Augustine
ntil April bkd, w he was broug ht
here for trial and dasince then was kept
in &eard county jairwith no threat
or manemstaton a having been made
a the part of the people of thiscoun-
ty to take the prisoner from the cus.-
tody ao the sheriff. -
Beforethe execution Sheriff Brown
aed McFadden if be had anything
to msay and he replied: "I a not
guilty. You are hanging the wrong
man, I was not on the eastcoast at
,Bev. A. W. Brown, of Titusvile,
a4 Rev. Ross, of Cocoa, were with
the doomed man to the last and were
his spiritual advises to *e end.
Every resident of our county has
just cause for congratulation to our
worthy sheriff, to the court and to
the moral support rendered by the
people for the final vindication of the
law in this notable case.
After McFdden's escape from the
officers at New Smyrna directly after
the crime, no one seemed to feel sure
of his further apprehension or ar-
rest, for although the whole country
from Fort Pierce to St. Augustine
was in search and one deputy sheriff
had lost his life and two white men
were wounded in the hunt, he suc-
cessfully evaded his pursuers and
left no clue to follow him up by; but
Sheriff Brown's vigilance and per-
sistence at great personal risk and
expense was finally rewarded-after
MeFadden had left the state and had
returned to it again. Surely this is
an act that commands the apprecia-
tion of all law-abiding people. A de-
termined and fearless officer is the
best and only safeguard of the crim-
inal law and our personal welfare.
In connection with this matter,
that is now ended and passes into
history, we take pleasure in giving
to the public the following letter of
hearty appreciation from Governor
Gilchrist to Sheriff Brown, which
shows the high esteem of Florida's
chief executive to Brevard's high
Tallahassee, Fla., May 4th.
Hon. J. P. Brown, Sheriff Brevard Co., Fla.
Dear Sir-I have examined the pa-
pers relative to your application for
the reward of $250.00 offered by Hon.
N. B. Broward, governor of the state
of Florida, dated Dec. 10th, 1908 and
attested by the secretary of state, H.
Clay Crawford under the seal of the
-state of Florida, for the arrest and
conviction of Will McFadden, alias
George Anderson, charged with rape.
I have approved the application.
In due course of time I presume that
you will receive the warrpat for same.
I wish to corngatulate you upon
the good service rendered by you in
this case, and take this means to con-
rienced lad to help him in the din-
ing room. The awkward helper an-
noyed the butler beyond endurance
with questions as to his duties.
Hie continued interminably until
the butler, worn out and nervous,
"All you will need to do is to
stand behind the bishop's chair, and
whenever his lordship puts down
his glass you must reach over and
wipe his mouth with a napkin."
That silenced his assistant. But
the young man actually took the or-
der seriously, and as soon as dinner
began he stationed himself behind
the bishop, waited till his lordship
Titusville people endorse this. Read
a case of it:
Mrs. C. W. Griggs, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "For some time prior
to using Doan's Kidney Pills I suffered
from backaches and kidney secretions.
A dull, grinding pain through my loins
kept mein misery. Learning of Doan's
Kidney Pills, I procured them and they
soon gave me the desired relief. My
husband also used this remedy when suf-
fering from a lame back and a soreness
across the loins, and it soon eradicated
the trouble. Deoan's Kidney Pills have
also been used in my father's family
and the best of the results have always
been retained from their use."
wo^ bq6 Irabe b beler its
T- w*^ Wa- d onI atd
a ielsae w tdo t i
k ^nrto tuailU hi ba home
w it wed sw pabli sirit.
T- .n t*Mow pmt In the Jos
ts ak taud months would go a
lm ww toward mintalI g a cdty
liht plait aad a qat of water
wis that weld sgi them more
eal pleasure th6a to sed their mo-
Sawaeto other places to earicthe
wholeie dealers. They simply con-
tribute to the dvanmeent of other
towns to the detriment of their own
bore town. Were a subeDription
ist sent to them to elp buy the elee-
trie plant they would not give a dol-
lar but would laugh at it. If those
that princpally end away money to
the wholesale dealers of whisky
would, for a moment, stop and think
they would at least divide this money
the wate and use one-half for the
betterment of their surrounding.
The town needs it for improvement.
Their homes need it, even if they do
not own their own homes.
The town can purchase the electric
plant and establish water works
and iueinterest paying bonds not
stock shares and it would soon be on
a paying basis, and the money used
for the jug trade invested in these
bonds would bean investment bene-
ficial to themsvs and fmilHs.
Give us one-half of the money you
jug men send away for the enriching
of other towns in the purchase of
light and other we works bonds.
We don't need the liense of saloons
for estblishin light and water works
plants, but we need your moral and
financial support to make it an as-
sured fact and you will enjoy the in-
vestment far more than the weekly
jug of whisky and it will be better
By the ownership of its own light
plant and its waterworks the town
would realize a handsome profit on
the outlay of money to secure it. It
would advance real estate, it would
bring permanent residents, and cause
real estate men to look to Titusville
as a sure money maker.
The people of Titusville are quite
intelligent as a class. They have on-
ly one fault. They are over cautious
in taking drastic measures for town
improvement. If they would use a lit-
tle less caution and a little more pub-
lic spirit they would soon own elec-
tric light and water plants and have
a very pretty town, one that would
please the eye of the northern visit-
ors and induce them to stay the en-
tire season instead of flitting from
place to place as formerly.
Titusville has the goods. Now, let
Titusville arrange them in a tasteful
and pleasing manner and see the ef-
feet. H. L. HAGY.
It Was New to the Bishop.
At an unusually large dinner par-
ty.-where the guest of honor was an
English bishop, the butler, an elder-
yIv man, was obliged to bring in
from a friend's house an inexpe-
bkeonnosior, pOnts e ssw d
t the wealre od teae s d
is too polite to notice an dotee
e takes a i te dbe out i
the pocket a his rihly deeorat
aigatooot hed sects a dait
which Cmbroidalise is working and g
these the fbrolowery which he had be a
conn From her he mout here tad
there the specially good tof these ad
is too polite to notice an defects.
He takes little gold tube out of
the pocket of his richly decorated
waistcoat and selects a dainty gold
needle. He goes to the freme at
which Cidalise is working and fin-
ishes the flower which she had be-
gunthe last From her he moves to the
their patchnd, seizing one s aend of the
flGeountlemen assists Ismene. to whom he
brys special attention, to complete
hery and fank. y arti such as
At thistime it was the custom of
the ladies invabto cut ou ry their
workbags with them to the evening
receptions, in which they had not
only their embroidery mate rials, but
the last novel, the popular songs.
their patch boxes and rouge pots.
Gentlemen also carried deftly em-
broidered little bags into company,
which held "*a whole arsenal of cut-
lery and fancy articles, such as
boxes of different shapes filled with
loenges, bonbons, snuffs or and scent"g e
At another period the fashion of
the day was to cut out drawings
from books and pamphlets and to
goodte them on screens, lamto exershades,
xes and vases. The =v in this
was to so arrange the drawings or
parts of different drawings as to
produce sa curious or phraseiandg f-
fect. Then there came now eurason
when all the rage wss for charades
and riddles, which gave a peculiarly
good tur pportuity to exercise the
in the French. Every evening the
drawing rooms were converted into
impromptu charades. Some lady
would suggest a word or phrase, and
forthwith it would be converted into
the subject o a sprightly little a play.
Many of the word games now cur-
rent with us in America had their
origin in the necessity the French
salons were under in the aut cen-
turv to divert themselves. In some
of there gueons the fashion of keep-ting r
ing a daily chronicle of news, which
wathe bs too often mere chronicle of
scandal, was adopted. M through. Dou-
blet de Persan issued bulletins
which she called "nouvelles a I&
main." In her apartments two reg-
isters were kept, one of the authen-
tic news received here and pain in there by
In there guests, the otherright overf floating ru-
That the budghome of herbackache. ws
It's caused by scirculated throughoutneys.
rThat's why Doan's MagazKidney Pills cure.
itua. e itien Will teret You
% .7 Url I -j
Mr. WUsm I.1 UOd-
Ahfs ON% VdwIt I
"y have hem fte ted -I Me-ct
Yom1 with @NIN of as
mave senda IsP lms
boed esomslsebl with f1emly dena.
"*.mamin hId toeq*ma weald we
env m- f a b w ee, ats WeaO
evemtalUy havw to so bak to ia, ead
that had iept O krI sWenl yem.
have teW thi u bmsM Never fa
so good In my 1Ie. Am ngig to e -
tans usng It. Woulm't be with.
ots t InS tb belM I wI /M No
mmfd to any one afmIetd vilb
estarh of tomah, Wor bonach tslm
of amy kindd"
The above to an oft-.p-Mu ---ory.
Troubled for years with ehrelie ea-
tarurk. Tried dilermst redi a
doctors to no avaU. Perus was asd
vised by friends. Instant relief ezp
rienced. oGreat rattode to Parea
oxpre This, in brief, is* story
that toI repeated to aS a ag t m
tim every year.
No one eould be in 14oe m wh r
vast eor ndeoe far one maoth
without b ta impremsmd with the st
aruty Wil ta ofoUt1-m 1- thes kid G
Pmruma promptly Od meam
*tog, saomso igeastios a ad slsime
other treatment. -a
san aIn an IWl
Ai p ieshoIoe a asaUOem
As a n iianco
asty, lra - s Mldtor 1e 1 teone
sAD pilimiise I& mide a smaw-weto-
quir etopmkeItomweade m memart
JA& A. TATLaO
Shiloh, Fla.. May rSi. U1.
Noton egr Appleim Ow t oTnU Do wdear
Shades a de Csbw 4W5, Lawe
Notice is hereby given that Jemb Warns.
p reer f tax estiiW No. C, deed the
rd da ofJulAy A. D.. M hs, Ias ki id dewr
tilkaet in my .B.e, sade partsade aI-Ms-
for tax deed to i me Iandledom wieh law.
8aid eartifikto mohirlm the flowul d.
bribed ppoty dlUald ip Brovard e--y.
Florida. o.WI I. 'e "W. om8. W. it
W. L section towshlip 1 south, ra. p m
Madt Thoe aidi d being mseMsd a the dat
of the iimume of seh ecertflee i the n=-me
of Warrmen (BoL) Unkem mid earUta
shall be redeemed amuldiug to law. ax dwd
will iuoM thera e em the th day fJuse A. D.
Witnemuy okiald sigu ere ad eal ith
the 7th day of May A. D., en.
A. A 8TEWAmI
Clerk Circuit COrt Brevarid Oity. lriaod.
Notice is hereby given that, under anl by
virtue of exeeatio received by me ula.
neously and isued out of the Circuit. ',mn
for Brevard county, Florida. ain t Johia B
Walker and H. B. Mace. partners traali ai un-
der the fArm names and style of John R. Wal-
ker A Co., and the Walker Hardlwarr .*. in
which the following Fartir are plaint:ifb in
the several suits, viz:
Mcllwaine Knight A Co; Eruest L. RLode"
A Co.; Schwab Clothing "4.: (CarterA h(ireb-
ill Co.; The Regal ManufacturingC (o .; H. B
Claoin Co.; Boydell Bru. White Lead a Color
Co.; Augustu Wriaht Co ; C. H. & E. S. Gold-
burr, Frank A Co; Atkiua. McKelden A
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply Co
The Rosenfeld Co.; and Bridgefoni4t Co.. I
have levied upon and will mell at public aur-
tion to the higbest and best bidder for wash
during the legal houar of sale on M,,day
the seventh day of June. A. D.. I-, at
the store of John R. Walker & C(,.. n,,
Washington avenue, in Tituaville. Florida.
the following penonal property in aid eaor.
towit: The whole of the stock of goans of th.
said defendants, including a ingle horse wag-
on and harnus, except the Ipheiable per
tion ofa mid stock heretofore dipped of un-
der a special order of the court. Said guodn
will be disposed of either in block or in sep-
arato parcels so as to realize the higbest um
therefor. J.P. pBown,
Sheriff Brevaud Ceunty, Florida
Tituuville, Fla., April S5th, 1565.
'iJioe n gersMat oem
does, aim deskreen t
-.' ts oye i t,
"Sow r ,Jlw, swum, Wt
^J^; - -M-,_- rOQ-_- nn
,d J<^" CMF N', ed f tae
i 1I .di uit" inha w th -t
.i- people 4 thef Ali gMaueto
mu's-PIh o bte a LItts e
SIoverhi the seosnd-Lh-- milt,.
;'Fik a(hk II. holding down
mt w. Hiestml dupwWthtoo
r pby eoo WBof "Jes Al 8Bex-a
er e 80eeheBatc ig!d
SR'bin foof cgaems arnda aemsd some
Sha thins sod bmeof thbleg to best
S didn't esproeCial arove of.
Stlhat s lt of berank Clrk'. row
raf the howse doesn't .acompi h
iSih poiti goranstad p with the
th part whseoftheFloridalqghe emibrs.-
They'rel mighty good men, butAlex-
ps ts human nature to do Bryan o
S: iolr g bandstand stunt hen it
msy pehoibl landoent so Wmlishin
aone work is beasl e there isn heo
te part of omneof he members.
ton. It's got so common that rome
of the members are addremed a
speaker Farrisof the house, and
Representative Hilburn, of Putnam,
are in all probabilty the men who
will be i the rae when the show-
down aues. tne accuse Jeems"
Alexmder, of Volua, and Ca2ldns,
of Name, of listening to the bus-
ing of the same bee. But "Jeens"
a be's not in-It and Calkins will
probably apport PFarris. Hilbourn
led the a-bmissonist- in their fight
fr the MeMullen prohibition reso-
lution. He and Farris are among
the m ea popular of the house. Be-
tween them Clark will have to hustle
for his seat He is still strong
- armdin Bradford county and in
tha section, but he has lost ground
down in the southern counties of his
dbetrt. The following Pari will
win n Duval with Hilba's at th
pao Ma deem teedu with
t mMat a whi e madit t.'t a
Sb el b a to a*tafgho t lime
WITs *M*sM to Uea (hias.s
W hat W Iems n M MI D
Wpo und abll Way eonasied e. It is0
es r s beead st belEam sad is eb
wd 9W asek b s eMAs% ase.-Ma iss
Al. the constituents of a 150
pounds aman ar contained in 1500
i"Tere is enough gas in a uan,"
he went on, "to il a gasometer of
3,64 cubic feet. There is enough
iron to make four nails. There is
enough fat to make seventy-five
Candles and a large cake of soap.
There is enough phosphorus to
make 8,064 boxes of matches. -
"There is enough hydrogen in
him to ll a balloon and caryhim
up to the clouds. The raWning
msutituents of a man would yield
if utiied, aSix crueta of salt, a bowl
of sugar and tea gallo of water."
No wonder the psalmist said, "I
Sa fearfully and wonderfully
It C -arels f th"e Seelal Life AN
0 hol*y. .
Social life amoeg the Italians is
really not so different frdm socal
life in other countries, although
certain national peculiarities must
be remarked, says Harry Quimby
in Leslie's Weekly. Italians even
in the most elaborate homes do not
wear evening dress for dinner un-
less there is a party. The particu-
larly fashionable wear a smoking
coat and a black tie, but the plain
black coat is more universally used.
All over Italy social life is charae-
terised by great love of outward
display. In Naples particularly the
afternoon drive or promenade is
important to reputation and happi-
ness. The following will illustrate
the prevailing feeling: An Ameri-
can who had taken a flat in a pala-
zio, the first floor of which was oc-
cupied by a noble family in re-
duced circumstances, noticed every
day a servant going up the steps
carrying a pair of carriage doors.
Upon investigating he found that
the noble family shared a carriage
with other families and that each
had its coat of arms upon its own
Fewer Italians go to the famous
watering places than people of any
other country. The popular annual
tonic of the Italians consists of eat-
ing grapes. The treatment includes
grape juice and grapes, as much as
can be taken, in the morning and
at noon a rare beefsteak. In the
afternoon more grapes and grape
juice are partaken of, and at ? in
the evening another rare beefsteak.
This is continued for three weeks,
when the patient is said to look and
feel like a different person. The
grapes purify the system, and the
beef acts as a tonic and keeps up
the strength, according to the Ital-
*ie reward L**e.
The redeosof this paper will be pleased
to lear that there is at least one dreadful
disse that science has been able to care in
all istage, sad that is Catarrh. Hall's a-
trrh Core is the oly positive care known I
to the meud bl baterait. COtarrh beings a
esml.t.ae.si diesse, requires a oomntit.
tomal WbateBt. Hall's Catrrb Cure is
take InUame ly, satin dinatly epon the
bI3d aA" inin inA. S m wb I
Speaking of the unreliability of
circumstantial evidence, a lawyer
"Sanders McDowell,. coal heaver
of Peebles, said angrily to his wife
."'Havers, Lispeth, hoo many
times am I to tel ye I winna hae
the children bringing' up coal in my
"'Hoot, Sanders, mon, be rea-
sonable.' said Lispeth. 'Ye've spoilt
the shape o' the top hat wi' yer fun-
ny head already, an', since ye're
heavin' coal all day, wot can a little
extra coal dust in the headpiece
'Woman, ye dinna grasp ma ar-
gyment,' said Sander., 1 only wear
that top hat in the evening' an' if
I'm oot an' I takW it off it leaves a
black band around ma forehead.
What's the rasoolt? Why, I'm ac-
cused on all sides o' washin' ma face
vi' ma hat on!' "--St. Louis Globe-
has tboUeof'tlM k-adm. Tteis the
remasi why you often hav pai In the
back and grain, smaldings madoMn, urinary
disorders e-c.-that'. your kid s. The
beat thing to do Is to lt omef DeWis't
Kidy ad laddr Pis right away. Tke
them fora few days era week or s and you
will ftel all right In this way, too. you will
ward off dangerous ad poMibly serious all-
menuts. Theyr an re harmless, ad
an*act only aM=Vs p s b ytalay quickly
by their healing properties. 8ead your name
to E. C. DeWitt A Co.. Chieago, for a free
trial box. They are sold here by unner
Drus Nre *
N 0tlee f Appleation fbraxz Deed 'Under
Seatom a t4bapir 48W, Laws
Notieeis hereby given that T. White,
i pehr of taz eortiflete No. 4M, dated the
day of July, A. D., 100, has led said
ertaste i my office, sad has made applicee
tion for tax deed to lSme in accordance with
law. Said certicates embr the following
Described property itusted in Brevard county.
Florida, towt S ft of lot and N. 114
ft of lo esand N. i of N. of &. W. section
1, township mouath, range east. The mid
land being mind at the date of the imasauoe
of sch eoneilae in the name of G. W. Mor-
ton. Unlem maid certifcate shal be redeemed
according to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 88th day of June, A. D., 1900.
Witneu my official sinatre and seal this
the Mth day of May, A. D.. 190.
A. A. 8TzwArr,
Clerk Cirouit Court Brevard County, Florida.
eazawra rIOTIOR OF SALZ
Under and by virtue of execution No. 150.
imsued out of the circuit court for Brevard
county. Florida, wherein The Florida Ice
Manufacturing company, a corporation under
the awe of the state of Florida, is plaintiff.
and A 8. Piatt, sole owner of and trading a
The Titusville Ice company, is defendant. I
have levw.ed upon and will sell at the front
door of the court house in Titusville, Florida,
during the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. ann
2 o'clock p.m ., on Monday the 5th day of
July, A. D, 1806, (the saine being a legal al
day) to the highest bidder for cash, the fol-
lowing described real estate of the defendant,
"Begiuning at the southwest corner of lot
S4 of Rohbins A Graham's addition to Titus-
vile. Florida, according to the map of maid ad-
dition now on record in the clerk's office
thee ran seat on the mouth line of lots 4. 3
and 2 of mid addition, a distance of 180 feet
to the southeast corner of lot 20 of aid addi-
tion, thence run south parallel with Canaver.
al street to the south line of the N. W. i of N.
W. i ofsectiona8,Twp. ., east, or to
the center of Tropic street, a distance of s26
feet more or len; thence run west along the
center of Tropic street 180 feet; thence run
north parallel to Canaveral street 26 feet
more orler tothe place of beginning. Being
the west 180 feet more or l e of that tract of
land deeded by George M. Bobbins and wife
to Delia B seon, by deed dated June 4th. 18s,
and recorded in book "8" of Brevard county
deed records, and befng a prt of the N. W. I
dN.W JortheN. of.lotof SectionS, in
Twp.tie Stesatk being the omue laUd a
eveyed to the ba of pablise trnetio of
aumenl ..emt, lmand bv lwai me.. .
Raw ..mi.I.ishtded ~imyfor
mimi. as dmv am baa am ui-.uw
%tom to SAOe emy pudalways"d. e mms b kilo,
WIN firaum at-
Uui rmly N..M V r
molt Soomsmdbacon kb lox% awe
md don w obmr aniw msdbetAsk t6
dimer why or tmrd &ect ha a lv km boomm~.
EastC out Lumbr &tStpplyCo
Distributors for the But Cout
A PURELY VEGETABLE
CURES E- --LLSmIUJVAN.^
A *UARANTI UM tor all diseases eaOed by a TV
PW UWVL One botUe purchiaesed to-day may ave* you a saerleo
slek spell tomorrow.
SMALL. DOSE, LAME oTIJ-PUICE s. GET THE GORM
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
5s4502 Nse Semad Sret, ST. LdUK M.*
o*lad and RecomammseOdoe -
| r lll Drants All Over the Iwl
SI "The First National Bank of St.
Augustine issues drafts payable
in any of the leading centers of
the principal foreign cou Ies as
Swell ta the United State ad Can-
9 fed for any sum over $5N. qbhe.
p p named a m can
or, up proper identfcaton,
- convert them nto cash it the bank
.-. 1..... upon which they are drawn. Bank
__- -drafts cost less than postoffice or
S9express money orders and are
KING OF THEM ALL'!
Has been C wh Ph a sine I8, and
is to-day the _-t emhe-l_ Uwmimet on the market.
CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN,
guU mnm A ALL ~WITmAs.M
P. 25., so50 a.d $1.00 Re.. Al N S .bem.a.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., -,"jt,."
500-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
mold rand kcoommendod bI
SFertilizer Costs Nothin 4
....... v- v N -- --- W----IU
Many seem to think that after the crop is set the ti
are going to mature it some way and anything they can s
on fertilher is clear gain, but actual results prove that as
mer fertilizing costs less than nothing. By making e
fruit a little larger many boxes are added to thecropand
S fruit brings a higher price. Then a luxuriant growth of be
ing wood us a necessary foundation for a large crop next y
and still further gain is seen in the condition of the trees.
their vitality hasbeen kept up they are better prepared
winter and for strong spring action than trees that have
come thoroughly exheouted and have to be nursed up bef
* they can respond to the call of spring.
A* Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
i I A]
me e -htbe9 eteas
N-r of- -b or -l
bl"M ftI "N me 404 1 ft. a= J- ftdm& _hdl,*m
4W 404mhe be bwrge at uMOW on-so ft*~ MS
r WOW. 8--- -a.: ft. 4. a$
aaf. t- MO o ft e bk an !t "
----- Sat ths bahe~a at a~f
__4b.ibs be g m g p g g. .63 o0im, sSdm,.m.;e t
The ne sku Go" a W Hoft Mae Here thw provisss bow*e of heafth
val PerW aHNamess Fedde.,
af 2%Vs 160 oan Many overwrought villainsof-the .Her consealeo.
in ,of if they were now, would I "Ather, I wish I knew why they.
faubjected to a r*et ewe, which, laghed at my corrected sentence l'
-a-- r a -amu though it could not turn theminto clan today, u fmiIed au
lain. Hwu-m Pal ... --"-- lk up fo mS. .
*M mm e wL is- The worst tyrants 'of the middle papr and aked what the ateal
b flI sr -ags ..- it the w Mwout Was. tq
N e an*W ** A- So. oman emperomrL seem to us incoml- "Wea, Mim Wet gave s tech a
mA Wo et New York lawyer. ee of inqity sentence to correct, and mine was,
Se eo his read auswors an men who did evil for the love of it. I west to the tonsorial parlors to
m s in reprtee. en a youn We should understand thedn better gt a hair et "
th- 6W wore pratitle-er he appeared before a if we wondered how likely their "And how did you correct it ?"
own -my wse a pon old jud, who took of- way of n was to disorder their asked the father. wa
.e 0eb 61 W A es at a remark the lawyer made erves. No doubt Nero, oven if hea "Why, I corrected it the only
"=ftam"so a.decis i had been brou., t th most way you could correct it, of core.. n --S
N11f do Aseept ath Aeg. adern way, tsughtut a child to and Miss West jut doubled ap
A.. t..-.--tf.-A pro ma en New or l awea take an interest in nature and to la n wen she read itn, and then
.. -a-t ted an "i ralaL commit yn for eat only the most wholesome tin she ie t aloud, and every one in
".sila in rearte. Ww yon-esould nv havebden arvetn the clamm shouted. They didn't
... would never have been av ry .
*Saw age "w Aonoa or t person. But he might know it was my sentence, but I
a seeates.Semsantl rele.M.Bak I8d ve been a harmless -faddist or an did.'
o e h as r that your bahor was right and I innocent if udlinkyshed minor "But what did you wrte?"
& syfrt andus s ppi mpous old aJ yuer honor always PofLi "Why, fatherI L hat would ay
omnt O au S "r rem Ina. As it was, he was the master of O write? I wrote, d went to the
s ir m. aee s ena wa The Ju_* looked dubious, but the world, with no one to prevent tonsorial parlors to get m tonsils ,
,.fall ly amid that he would accept the him fro eating and drinking what ctc' of cure cofoursot"-e e YO
s sqa t rS. Bae ee f"ool he chosen or from taking whaverl on. It mMisWtjutdb
W *wow r-=r4 ta mk s "e Mrr. r--' other unwholesome pleasure he was Fors bwh or enmd i, andr.s tenli l
t. -m ju g e, m I- a pslcom inclined to. No doubt he exceededm It wthln ally t.oud nmalms
. i e ta i: of ma .Aomut wo ld in everything and sa feredy from ex- cm auv P armacy.n n
Sta I** o ses wre awneeaseralkiWasersemAMeHsav.r treme irritability in consequence.
wteror Nemw -Unfortunately he could indulge his They o dinm
Spow--- Lm irod Blan, kn, Dr. E
aboom 2 weAsowuaW eyeos per j. biltt without hestra migh klt wasa my senene bu i
dRW fro Ah" n
asgs daft Wy tahe wars rih an @o ordered a senator to die, the senor Embarrassing For the Lwrter.
S S er ras" tor did die, and he heard no more Civilized people when they listen
S sp a s At one of the on clubs one of it Moreover, there was always to a lecture on some abstruse scien-
it fwlb wo Them ugeMr. lookedubilious, but or the world w one tortervent tonoial pbtarlost get if thensil do ,*u
a t e- see w SEW*fal said t.ha ho' would lcost the him fome eating ban k what cut' cudrsea!"-Youtth's aev S
Sq wm c uf ist or.oa. h....e, f hsenor fo. makng whra doctkvr Otin h1yeBurrowsb. u ite time
th *0 rhsamSn Ms ows: whar h ArpoUton *a oethd boer uwolesomey pleasure he wasl Fora burnng oread asso ehxphlan' wetogf
the i ae t ia s the ar ay haTSherd a thsingh e in trnsl evhs. worrclinselft doubsatl heou exceed hove. mewileat th SmoAtricsanarb, ..
wa hp W beseled flar le bile s* out if n. stat in evrthin mandksufered fvryomnex t~~Zthe'bu i *hed wonaer oft'e ses ewsae
're a atr.*etoai atn jthertnblteh anl r treme wl iritabilityfin cons eqvuene.*semegn n tasi.H etraeS ls-asg o
EStaer o aswe.tir we.rw hamesfon thelMi yet n t rX#eo nfotuaely he col inug hsfO~m
eMWessawe.. is.r se. SVeSmnethweo irtailit withoutp resturait If tappnl wheseeresIt 6tsued.
sM6 inga.I h ter-i heM on dves.ohenh fltcrssofaiorin he akdhshaeswehrte
.$ eephr S. daylil sa k d es .mo ord yyere afsenatoar tol die thet sena- Embarrassing. For they Letuied.
Cvemr. we theghs -poe r m WhbHleto diddiie, andthe herdm noi more Civliedpeoplet when they lite
weM utbssa sa spuw eed r ~t ating r. Monot ag Willa met- fear owrpn antyrant'sfervd estic subjd"Tect applau deven sifteyCp
"'4 weflk warmbre~atswr weart sae p) whohad Jous lnost thi a- an oeeprreaetrnsntudrtn.Btteeiv
7lgIi il oe atnlhatropst of bsinvess.fh ower ad str ock-r CatainGu Burrows.i Ao white tine
Smi l ani al S o su st a o oe ynwould pres ibe a strict diet and a and then a voice in the center of 7
-., i wsIes s pe.w, g.ot up sad r .ushe out, a rncwl coursee of golf or ardening for it. the crowd expressed the unspoken i 2S(Zds ?
dIt *" took 60 to be br quenches? Why on earth couldn't But the oman noe did not know sentiments of the whole assem bly in bta beme njlr andla
A e a m r. you sit ill, as I did? There w how to treat it. He made a feast one emphatic word, uttered in a a vS o
Sr b 12 t bwa i serious the matter." pon and drank deep and fast and crown- tone of the deepest conviction- IoItak. wu w rse
S*la t ro-m sad tbe laud y room.e a, t th mate. ed himself with flowers and the aiar!', -,,1 n ","
povI with Atvom pipee for bate this. wt the most patronmg a., next morning must have felt it Embarrassing for the lecturerl- nS. os ea.
lag will mOt "' uu a gnat dea and I& the youg gentle. replied," ". worse than nver. But since he was Westminster Gazette. t
sus quek len and os drying a yes, thats very wIell for you, but woR n he e But smnc he w Westminster Gazette. sl h .-
w ure to us and not a mre sufferer I D i Ame's ure. BudolotL'aki
in..e. go --- -a age ad 0,00 a year. from our modem disease of over- Blood .eonq e dyspepsia eve time.ISL ur,too- m
....n ft-i -t w..A PWe. A^" power. I tdri-Veout inprietl. tones the .tB fh. FoaTth l l-myt
&7 dry W a t F r' ted to algh. Fred t *urrend. strain.-London Times. restores tperfcti.tion. noril weight. and -
b em th. IIS 0 Noot a da. they to eThe young man had asked the Exchange of P s n good health, btl', a wa
0 Place ad dO father for his daughter and been Fruehntl on hst d wit e rm d Jons
el s up the pleat after they ano be Frequently one has to deal with a oama -. .-ss
thromgh.- Wshie Cor. Kasas .s . chiefs; in fact, in every village the mm
ca star. en you will not give me traveler will probably be welcomed mT U Lmmmu ._in s
Oght Thankful. Jane?" he hoarsely demanded. by the chief. An interchange of
S."Doctor," growled the patient, ? eered Jane's fth pr. greetings through an interpreter ,R-
S sto att .. .... s..ane. ..er establishes a good understanding. stulte the TORPID UL..
it tomer that op on of big The young man paused at the An interchange of presents is usual srea the .- -
t o t't p o oer hat in of me d o e ood loodo on these occasions, and is an almost equaled as a ens a
"M r p th safellow he said. "Ladies aO turnhe Ass rutle,. iqe can o nl W -*
I N replied ftho famuno tare after me as I pa along the quires the chief to give a present in in marn d vsal asi t thow vutme Uu
9 1 operfo o street. Your cook smiled at me to- return. As a rule, a ch i of nna. some paw- -only I m y F.I
Smite I night while I lingered at the side Um Stame ..0.
vo poled oer ele pecks of doo I returned the smile. Now paws or possibly a goat or two, some M.sa, m U u u m I
en OJc a 7 Y"4--4uo M t I wil follow up this favorable im- of which may possibly be welcome. rae Nd o s.U t.
Spr on. I will make love to the On a special occasion the chief mav
preoo In will elope!" offer the traveler a wife, a gift
An coo. In da e~~~l elope!" which he will prob y decline with H IT E
Little "be d boy," The old man turned pale. which he will probably decline with W "I i sh
was w through a shallow "D.v-ta--..eh...h g-.... in- eer. RId!
wast ro th a mall "You wouldn't be eruel enough to wumCream Vermim uge
lwamp ndn e. u 'jt w cauh a., rob us of our cook! No, no! Not Biliouoess and Constipation ^ i 1 1
m amn .n nt. us u another word! Jane is yours!"- For year Iw trooble d with biliousness TIE 8mITEE 'I h
fine s. ie- and trnsferred it to Cleveland Plain Dealer. and omstip-tion. which made life miserable a ma liinm
his bucket, when a young lady who for me. My appetite failed me. lost my
was oAt for a walk a along. A Great Palling. sual fe d vitality. Pein preparations Wn m
P 8 ahrtis only undo matters worme.
"Little boy," she said, "don't you Visitor-8o you've got a dog and do not know where I should have bees today I 9
know very cruel to catch those a at for pets. They must be splen- not toume n d I omac an
dPoor i di.d compamions for you. inatocetrengsthen thbe digetive functions .
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As tseP.nt eoMago.twtwo .Sototh
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wohfahseof a ots In tha oare dlrd-
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th. rincpalthue wllbe an car sf t.
shi laeld o 1gtwil a the
oheink am te ing the m o# 1f pm
bewiiead at, thesalooepr to tt of
iseymoviksa withthe -bo. tar
mpeei. .ini tothate repeuare eof-
In&eWMtee rdipther einew Inll ma
tjWac praKestNOWtwmet a car Wt
#Mt Il*W rvfteeg atan wil .othe
diver en ear winhe kap "m$ber
atUieweastqand the atehor
aseouw rd" be ebsiwilleml
the~m~emed. If apetlvW t elms,
de sesepeer 6d ordacolor. The p~
~emharwthe W~ Uasmbrer I
be accebi up e 3 o'lock 1 th
WNModIetahW607 T atum thenotWof
th" utsmeb ~uo h ues
ftM OnwNbe 00r006 iotspeeding
elm*in opsw or ammuedt .thse I wil
fV ook ow wSM be SL l55U
be m~e Md p s 10Wei a th
a'et w evenksat te mni paf
be anredo am trams W~b
4chU gvgbt w twhsae adu Wjt
~ bW NNW as eivletenow .upemi
fte evsug with the ther-
se f tr below
; *wk bUm sth o uz
and l* tovam the set
is the ghtest g tion
in 0 skry there, bh a
H ihioh sk out mre sharp
t point, from which broad,
e ere up md out hih
above 66 sky. These agan
slowly fade as point of brilliant
ght appears at he-r base. This
t grows to a half circle, then
and runs along the sky line
Sp m golden lake.
Uponthe shores of this lake'
deits rg up, towers, spires and
o These fade into fields
ad foestsa and far.nig cenes-
eleldsof grai cattle stand-
iag in en a sheets of we-
tw. T eastalas near the edge
of the lake separate from their
bme and flt d, topple over
a OWnd 4a thoi heads, their un-
idMy feet in air.
loon oo lake bOmin to contract
ad ollest into a g round ball of
dranetrf hUase ga j.ust above
botbon. Paums and forest di.-
a r. The ontains, a though
1 saat be d eCaught in ch san
*M y attitude by the brood
~ugt of day, quickly resume their
Sl poastion, while magn the tark
lan er. You musinto stirring even-
dran tof the garitho light and
blt it. eat wof the desert rn. The
mirage is gone like a bubble. Only
the gray derugery remain
The tPower of MtheIo em c
FSthunsism is one magnet of
power. You musthe will fire elery event
with it, touch thoughts and eacts
with it. It will tanunuute dross
into gold, drudgery into delight
What matters if theuich which
lives beside you is cold and selfish?
Set him a good example! Joy is
sonahine, and he will feel it. Every
irksome task is a chance for power,
for the qualities which they bring
out are God's gfts which ft us to
enjoy better 10in:. Easy things
will come if you have spent your
heart's blood on gaining strength,
for the very goal of power is the
ease which comes from strength.
We laugh at things and people who
used to cow or annoy us. We do
gracefully and swiftly the tasks
once so hard. One by one we have
unriveted our chains. We are free!
Tre Clever Weaver ird.
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-
at shaped nests, bringing up under
this unique structure a large and
interesting family of little weavers.
There is another bird, called the
"tailor," which, instead of weave
its est, inmeloses it in big leaves and
: stitches the latter together with
$ide I, s -AtWI*
y- aw so or it-
"The spirit of brooding music|
may be foud in he story ~Robert
m ann a cherished friend,
Frau Voigt. One summer evening
he took her out in a rowboat, ship-
ped the oars and eat for an hour in
complete silence. When they land-
ed aain Schumann pressed her
hand in farewell and said:
"'We have understood each oth-
There is the message of contem-
plative music in a nutshell We
have understood without words, and
with words we 6ould not explain.
"Music cannot even hint at a glo-
rious contour or a ripple of music
which ocuipture can m e immortal,
nor suggest the color of a land-
scape or a woman's eyes, which
painting can give to posterity, nor
spin out skeins of thoughts well
cosen and deftly arranged as
poetry and prose are wont to do. It
cannot with a gesture grip your
heart or with a grimace make you
laugh as drama can. It cannot nar-
rate a romance nor indulge in the
whimsies of an easy, the patriotic
fire of an oration, the fact mosaics
of a history, the massive flights of
"Music is eternally debarred from
even attempting any of these fields.
And yet one finds compensation in
being allowed to nestle a little closer
to the heart of things in themselves
and emotions as emotions than umy
other of the muses that make the
world worth while."
The MAet O--o OCau of ftf5ria
esunsdn canes morn p" ad m nfri
than y otber dbem. fr the rm:eon that it
6 the most mmoum of all Ills, and it is cer-
tamly graUtifyini to amren to know that
aCamberialn'a Liimeat will aford relief
sad make ret sad sleep p oible. In many
mss th relief fem pali, which is at lsnt
temporsay. bs become permanent, while in
old people subject to chronic rheumatism, of-
ten brought on by dampness or elanges in the
weather, a permanent care cannot be expect-
ed; the relief from pain which this liniment
aolrdi Is alone worth many times its cosL.
and SO cent siem for ale by Titusville Phar-
]Ir Infants ad hirm.
K KW Yui Ro Hn Aluai l I tO
"I have traveled for thirty
years continually. I lost a great
deal of sleep, which together
with constant worry left me in
such a nervous state that finally,
after having two collapses of
nervous prostration, I was
obliged to give up traveling al-
together. I doctored continually
but with no relief. Dr. Miles'
Nervine came to my rescue-I
cannot describe the suffering
which this Nervine saved me.
Whenever I am particularly
nervous a few doses relieve me."
A. G. C. LIBBY, Wells, Me.
There are many nervous
wrecks. There is nervous pros-
tration of the stomach, of the
bowels, and other organs. The
brain, the kidneys, the liver, the
nerve centers are all exhausted.
There is but one thing to do-
build up the nervous system by
the use of Dr. Miles' Restora-
tive Nervine. Its strength-
ening influence upon the nerv-
ous system restores normal
action to the organs, and when
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FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 78.
Effective April 6, 109
No. 5 o. 29 MAIN L NE No. 78 No. 8
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a 6 6 pm i10 S am Lv..St.AugnMntte..Ar 06 pm 7 06 am
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ad $ 1 28 am 7 0 pm Lv...Ft. Pierce ....Lv10 2 am 11 20pm
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*Sundays. Tuesday and Thursdays. Knlghts Key and Key West
tMondays, Wednesdays and Fridays arrival and departures at Havana
Leave East! EAST PALATKA TO Arrive II Leave PALATKA TO EAST lArriverast
Palatka PALATKA IPalatka PalatkaI PALATKA | Palatka
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SAN MATEO BRANCH
Leave East EAST PALATKA TO lArrive Sanj Leave San! SAN MATEO TO EAST ArrlvelEat
Palaka SAN MATEO Mateo Mateo PALATKA Palatka
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~_ C- ~'M'~~U M -eU.M~!E.
* Sporting Goods
Is what you need Mr. Florida Meroh-
ant to make your investment in this
stook a success.
The Bet Qalitj, The Bet Known, The But Prolft
We are agents for the State
We sell at factory Prices
We save you freight
THE H.& W. B. DREW CO.
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I wdri- i_ N e w .
.ia"dAs dMo-Ws asi e iv
.... .re to i.w
r aree in s^ ftke.^ H %LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK O THE RIVER
mand& and dlsd season and boundary gEzcab bouhsd oM es mad.. fo Mii s
Limit to ine and canallI f to see. c, t vM, pols r I
.I 1 it ummeilan .mmeiuod m e law. CtIU,
Ab -6woiftsIt is natural for mallet in spawning ODU ? -miNTm" ..*m, ea r. Nw Ytk O Th. At-
HHs ,o i n to-go to sa, and it is natural
Swhen tey., s.er f m the... eaor TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
H++i, +i +tront basm, erevale and other fiah -' "
wool s aniei M ullet, to return with
9 a .wU smes. Fd* Pohibiting seining in fresh water
e "s- ma" i allright Prohibiting the use of
S1 We him Ask yAur ~ e this. sine in tide water or arm of the sea
^ -isi ii e lBis all wrong. Our soealled fish law 1, W
IN a t" pw. that we had was as good as no law.
UALAll the protection the mullet got was
Sa Tuaday Prof. C.ELSbull spent Wednesday that, which the hauling of the seine J Pritchard & Son
g-*. Fi!PmI tX 4illl, N. C. town. gave it. I will continue to believe a -- i l t
S-".e;e i lifo w ft MiNm oRachel Tucker left Wedne- seining is the best protection to mul-
:.1. -4 0 d& force ca. k let until I am convinced the above Handle the Finest Lines of
b i"'- eadertldo -iI madeto Prof. Macey and wife spent Sun named fish don't feed on mullet.
A_ _yi2-n Melbo--urne. While they do not feed altogether on Heavy and Shelf Hardware
'A- .all.tol. e Mr. Ocar Maters ,i spendithis mullet, it is their principal food.
W -tnse fme "to io wkl Jam-oovi-e. I would like for an expert to figure
. .. -_ , on how many mullet it will take to Our Stock of
SMer B. ea"drix and Black left grow a trout to be18inchea or more, S
mJInShmIndmhae1bm Tusday lhtforCoeo anhow many wilrit taketo grow a Guns and Sporting Goods
fta1Mfto bW9@& Miss Daorth left for her home m a i&m two feet or more and how
'0 ,Mr.t "a. t left on" mun,..w.,ldake. maw tora a, crevalleto is com plete at all tim es
-i Mr. r r Mr. Jem Dby, of Wabaseo, spent a1 be 10 inches long or more? How
P*IK, few days oft last week in town. many of the above fish are caught by,
hMr.o 1s M tl ouo MiLa Roeh spentafewdays the use fine? Then you can Paints and Oils of Quality
.i. h. Mr~ Io a st I week in tmw viitini relative. the mullet caught by hauling of One Of our Specialties
SMbow=hhW ,M w. ] IU vje A donation party was given Rev1. -PISinOtta rop in the bucmket.
S i n rIfmorr his ;in Thot and wife Wednesday evening. The seine is the best way to reach -
sen towrb m nmm A murpriwe parWty wa given Mi that class of fih. In schooling sea- Quotations for large or mail orders will
M ElkoMatherlassrening- son the seine will make its largest be given personal attention. Mail Order
1ls T-.B MI's Brotherhood of llen sterltsurdsy evening', catcIh of mullet.!
dt olI i chmhI e arramngl Mr. Flppin Adams, of St. Augu- If the aw should be changed IIolcited and promptly filed
a pv e for June rd, to be given st, was In town several days tun- would suggest a four-inch mesh one IIrJ.
Sin ~tewa hil. aome of the young lng pianos. I month during closed season with limit
I have qit a modal talmttand Mr. Geo. Gosh and family are oc- at inlet and canal. All seining will
we "peat -joyawe evening. cupylng the Roe6eb cottage on High- give best protection and give the
SMoh M land avenue. fishermen a better chance.
f, M Mm. Eby ad tA. _.,of Waba,, J.I.F.,). E L BRA nY & BR O
6-.M r IMAmnt A spent Sunday with her daughter, P. S. I have been taught that E. BRADY &
shSt. i w. .iNo Ma M rnkanekHo of Melbourne, muchsavedisthat much made and a Gri es, Hay, Grain and all Food Produts
SHo of Melbourne, long life fishery. al
me jss Ytin Ite;u mSS spent a few days last week with her W e handle prodae ot all kind. Wee ae for Mapes' FrtillawF. We deal e.zlidvly
rlml .mot0 d s ister, awMrs L. G. Peek. aMwy o 8in Bunache In the above limes of and seleit the trade of all eommne Write us for prims
sad~ai n. DW. M -k -*-i s s G eek. To A. A. Chisheolm, of Treadwell, N. Y., Gral and all Groceres, delivered at your station. L. BADY BRAO.. Trrus.LL.
Sek,. C.,. w a oI es l ele Roscoe Keith arrived Wednesday now. Has os.ais well worth remain "For -
i-1 Tri. !1=- from Columbia college to spend his o & l ,'g ssis S lisi d D. H. PEL Dr. J. P1.I4 Bleglted Phmarmi
n at vacation with his parents. adebilty, he writel.. Imldn't, sleep
ad appetite aor ambition, rew weaker
ORIOANA The Woodmen of the World will oear n Io te o ndeal trea et.k
The eda Electri Bitters. Twelve boles
MIN Coa MIman spent a few days give an excursion on Capt. Casper's "ered almy old-time health sad vir.
wi &Mr. md Mr. Walker, at LAs, boat, Indian River, to Indianola on iNowIne IMtollible for -
law Sunday. ach, liver, kvideys, blood ad nerves. act.bI."1110, 0lo*AI
Walte Linderbory and Mrs. Walk- Mi. Minnie Young and Mrs. Frits a s Dg Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
er- Tnem md to join the merry Aleld left Tuesday night for Jack- Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
elwdobatte tthe MInsodk. sonve, the latter' husband bein HEN RY RIVERS Mai orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
Bo. Hawk and wife and Master drowned ner there Monday. haven't inatock
mPrit e up last Monday a. m. in Mr. Louis Flhcer left last Sun- Tonsorial Parlors ....
the hles and spent the day with day afternoon for Fort Pieree, where Corner Julia id Palm Streets, one block eIst John L. Van De Veer W. H. PeFord
F. W. MuImI and fmily. he has accepted a position as book- from Raiway Station IT I C I C EO
Mr. C.D. Provost is moving his kepewith 1I CstLTber TITUSVILLB. FLORIDA T LL
bmos to the lot nemr the store on the & Supply Co.
river tront. It seems too bad to A Happy rathr Paahionable Hair Cutting and Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
eve that pretty yard behind. Is oo termed to sud oe Ifhe has towalk AGnalD B rhng Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points m the Florida East Coast
Mr. E. V. Hall has put Mr. Bruin's the e *every aight with a crying baby. Q
Slnch into the boat house at MO4s Ray lir will k the chil well One visit and you become a Stanch Patron OM PA NY
the point, and the foundations for sluaber. Best for disordered bow and bour .
the hoon, d nithedandils foi rPed. .. ad.oessn, nor East Coast Meat Market Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
We ,hl adt t b k .- al drus. Price su and 80 eenta per bottle. ham""L ___
Swinson, of Coquina, is a little bet- G. F. DURW, AGENT -- at Competitive PricZes
ter, and that little Bob Travis is do- lectri~.ed Stockings. GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GR.ASR, ETC.
ing so well. He has friends among Robert Symmer, in 1759,.describ- FlOrida and ALLENHURST, FLA. (1AULOVER CAIAL
the highschoolchildrenhere who are ed some most entertaining experi- _-
very sorry to hear of his accident. ments, making use of the opposite Western DESIGIS, I C TDn DBO T FDAMES F1INsHED
Georgiana expects all her friends electrifications of superposed stock- PA TTERS L DB AT FHULLS
to come hoe Sunday to keep Deco- ly of different colors, the dye mat- Keats We place within reach of the MAITEIR th.e latet. l"t and nI t M.aw.arthy
ration day. We shall mi Unely of different colors, the dye mat- designs for M14h in all elamws of
raton day. We WWIllmiss Uncl ters in the latter case causing dif- design for Ii, all of
Hughey, whoalways carriesthe col- ferentiation. If in a dry atmosphere N o ofa Kinds. Speed Boats, Launches, Ca'in r i
ors, but hope to have some of the a bilk stocking be drawn over the O all iS. Speed Boats, Launches,Cabin Cruisers
old soldiers with us both of the north leg and a woolen one pulled over it,, IDA Frames, Planked Hulls, or Partly Finished Boats
and the south, the two will be found upon being ISJUBevtLL, FLORtIDA F n s, or P l Fe
removed to be very powerfully elec- Shipped in sections, taking advantage of less carload
street Lighting trifled in opposite senses. If the ST WART freight rates. All the hard work done by our
TW.streets of New York were four stockings of two such pairs be 0. A. STEWART
."e(gbys h hoh.A ..A EASY-TO-BUILD SYSTEM OF CONSTRUCTION
first listed in 169". the lighting used and then suspended together, E. .-IU-DUIL SE O
bei* g done by a lantern suspended they will indulge in remarkable an- SM O 1 1U 1VA
fro a pole stretnched out from the tics due to each of the silk stockings for Amateur and Professional Boat Builders
widow of every seventh house. trying to attract both of the wool- Fire Insurancemateur and Professional Boat Builders
TM lightin. of street with gaim en one. and vice versa, and, on the IT r 1r o sUuu e dU
wLLI* i m81i lltimor- oer hannd, each of each nd re- th.. Three years of success demonstrates that any
A*,VLINI-" Isa_ .. _, L-.. ..-IN%-... ..kn1_ .. .