Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
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: 06 4, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00704
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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indam stl es are advr
ftoM Int1, W I Hdate
Walker department tomres ad Walk-
erBHardwae s andecerain
Sownod by& atu stville
SsrIthe most important
The former inelWod the entire
Sstok of is Inthe leda store on
W M tI e b avenue also a aigle
Th w s Vand aroe the latte
Inlms de about 50 res of land, a
om aove l n te iron safe
and owffief t of the ituaville e
Sober Co. leved upor n by ex.
tim in favor of Indian River State
bank.
sTe kIecution and levy on the
Waler sto wasnuae asm s even
month ago, but it has ben held up
ion account expected otervention
ofa omohiger court. At lst, however,
agreed oe for the sale tohe take
pae.han been made.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODb, SHOES
the eutiae ad levy on trees




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mavths sag t it ha0 baen 3seIn u





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--bl l~ dors, te -me disemas
Maeqhelw a l hua beLn g, has
. .brI- h t at n northern part o
v enead for seweal mmths.
a at raises has been
at Vbalkart. ProblMy
the lhole ounaty is tinfeted with this

q pideme can be toppl in a
few mrteif all the dopin the
luty man maldd so that thel can-
aIt l The dbo se is t ranmitted
r the flted animan' saliva.
itb dol anld all dos aet-
lg aMklomriy should ke lded.
TliUfs afie ld- worth more
thU m td os la Bite rd soantwy.
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Ieeryme tMaIk of this aper -
Mal mtr. Yourown dog may be
tInetdnow. Yoa os chld may
be bittm tody a toamrror by a
rabd aimal L A. PB,
Agent State Board of Hmlth.

UMne's Gests Pauisidng Dep't
MUm's tro as made of exellant
quality wostedd m top turn
ovm euf, pec al i pa ir, end-
Im vat of r; .
AleM=hatade to the height
of t op WrOth $COO, speIal P.49.
no neI se hirts, dollars at-
teched, made of bet ality soisette,
could hardly be told rom alk, pec-
ial $1 each.
Juuus KuNE,
Tituville, Florida.
REmanber The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.
School Bill Killed


Declaring the measure to be un-
consttutional in his opinion, Gov. Gil-
christ returned to the senate Tuesday
with his veto, the Leggett bill appro-
priating $166,759.80 for the public
schools of the state.
The bill was for the purpose of re-
lieving counties which paid out large
amounts upon their schools in 1908
with the expectation of receiving
state aid through 80 per cent attend-
ance averages under the 1907 appro-
priations.
The supreme court knocked that
bill out and left most of the counties
with a shortage in indebtedness.
The present bIll was prepared after
weeis of investigation, and was be-
lieved to have worked around the ob-
jections raised by the court. The
governor, however, cites portions
which he holds to be unconstitutional.
S For Sale
Mason & Hamlin organ.
WK. STONm,
Titusville, Fla.
Wanted
A light spring wagon in good order.


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Dr. Muaer, Detiar, TkHves.
Mr. W.. V. B~ MlH the photo
raper, has movd hto tohe ad ottage
rem til vacated by Mr. A. Warbin-

Mr. C. J. Deeham slat Tuesdayafter-
noom for AgustaGa., whers- Joins
Mrs. Deabam for a math's vacation,
turning adbot the last of this month.
Msem. John H. arms and M. &
ame, of Courtaay, wos in town Wed-
edays, when ths latter let for Louis.
vila to attend th meeting of the Shi-

We mret.nany thanks toourfrind,
Mr. C. A. Robiem, of dm, sf favor-
ag the editor of Tn STAa with a aats
of fine pineapples from his plantation.
They were highly appreciated Mr. R.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Raoblsoand two
babies, or City Poaint, left yesterdayfor
Ogletharpe, Ga., where they will sped
a part of thes mn a with Mr. Robin-
son's relatives, and later on spend some
time na Tenneee with Mrs. Robin) n's
hatims.
B. Wager has completed his dock
of 400 feet in agth, reaching to
his boat hose. This is the longest pri-
vate dock in town ad is exceeded inl
length by only the ity dock and thatof
the otel Dixie. Mr. G. M. RobbiMs
will build a n dock over 400 feet in
length and Mr. L A. Brady wil extend
is to deeper water and both will prob-
ably build boat houses.

THIrrYWofn Btit Go*-
The Cocoa baseball team played the
Titaies yesterday afteraoo at this
place with a sore sheet that showed 18
to 7 in favor of Titusville.
There was wild playing on both sides
in the early part of the game, de inall
probsaility to the wet ball, as there was
quite a show jst a few minutes be-
fore the ame stated.
This was he first game the locals
have played this summer and, consider
ing that they had not practiced, did re-
markably well.
Jesse Tucker and Carl Battle did ef-
fective battery work for the Titusvilles
and the best of feeng prevailed be-
tween the two nines
Mr. C. B. Kianwmn, a former enthu-
slast of the game, umpired most impar-
tially and to the satisfaction of both
Chuh Notes
Church Notes


The protracted meeting which was
announced to begin at the Methodist
church next Sunday, June 6th, has
been postponed. There will be
preaching at night, as usual, by the
pastor.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Johns church, Eau Gallie Sunday at
10:30 a. m. and in Holy Trinity
church, Melbourne, at 7:30 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
LaGrange on Sunday next at 11 a. m.
and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Bible
reading Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Sun-
day school at 10 a. m.
Rev. B. E. Shafer, of Melbourne,
will preach at the City Point church
on next Sunday. June the 6th. at


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worth $1o2.00, moe"al VAL
ladis' srtwais, mad e of amx-
erent quality of whit lawn, with
Duth collar, cults ad collar trim-
med with blue lawn, special $p.
eah.
Mosquito bars, extra large ane,
with brI frame, Monday's special,
$Li eaeh.
Wiest' tan oxfords, made of beat
quality of vie kid, three eyelets,
lin toe, Cuban heel, worth $.50,
onday only, $249.
Vid kid oxfords, patent leather
tip, Cuban heel, four eyelets, worth
s00, Monday special, $239.
Patent weather fords, made of
an excellent quality at patent vici,
with wide dsoe laees, worth $8.00,
Monday only, $239.
Ladies' one-strap sandals, made of
firat cla ity of patent vidi, with
ptea t lat bow to match, worth
IBJo, Speeal $2.9
Children' strap sandals, daes
from 3 to 8, colors black, patent
leather and tan, special 79 cents per
pair.
Alo another lot nme as above in
colon red, oxblood, chocolate and
tan, worth $1.50 for 99 cents.
I Ladies' black umbrellas, made of
the bet quality of gloria silk,
metal am natural wood hadl
worth $2.00 special $1.49.
Pongee silk umbrellas, with green
silk border, regular price $2.0, Mon-
day only, $1.


JmUU K.UN,
Ttusavle, Florida.

Primary Bill Psed the House
Monday afternoon the house of rep-
reentatives by a vote of 48 to 17 pao-
ed the bill known as the Cash primary
bill, objectof which isto purity the
primary. There was very little fight
on the bill, and but few amendments
offered, and it is the general opinion
that enough senators will support
the measure to waive the rules and
pass it through the senate also.

The Cownitnttee on Passes Report
The house committee, which has
been investigating the alleged use of
railroad pauses, made their official
report Monday morning.
The report was to the effect that
since so many officials whose names
were given in the original report of
the committee as using passes have
disclaimed having done so, and others
had claimed to have used them as a
legitimate exchange for service, the
committee did not feel that they
could afford to mention any names.
Therefore the report, without any
names mentioned, or explanations of
officers, was spread upon the journal.
No names have ever gone on the jour-
nal in connection with alleged use of
passes.
Notice
One mare, one horse, one buggy
and harness will be auctioned at Ti-
tusville on Monday, June 7th.
J. W. TAYLOR,
Administrator.


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10:30 a. m. anuar.u ewiug mIacune
SThe best and lightest running on the
Market, does both chain and lock stitch
Don't forget the date of Dr. Arm- on the same machine. Can be furnished
strong's visit -June 12. One day with either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
only. Headache, nervousness and Spot cash prices or easy installment
all eye trouble overcome without terms or rented.
drugs and cross eyes straightened INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE,
without the knife. The doctor will' Titusville, Fla.
bring a large stock of artificial eyes .G-_. ..
this trip. Remember, one day only, Good Shoe Repairing
office at Hotel Sterling, June 12. Northern German shoemaker now
located in little building on street
Cruising Boat for Sale leading to Hotel Dixie, commencing
45 feet by 10 feet, twin screw en- work May 22nd. First classwork.
gines. electric lights, Curtis toilet, F. BLECK.
Apple dynamo, torage battery, ice Orange and Grapefruit Trees
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m me.abet S am it s e spesq to
arri he s today fhm Prmth, Ga.
wvhe she -- beenS aUm g d,
Tift coLfa-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. EHgaeArtesa,
left here Wdesa y m spnd tlm-
mr with Mrs. Hoga'ssier, Ma. Ger-
ry, at Roekaway Beach, N. .
The Ladies' Aid so the M. I
church beld an ia e m etival at
Mya Cotta Mo y ghtwh was
a pleasant afar aad wel ..tta d.
On count of the mnaer of the
E. L Brady Co'. Miami tore taking
vacation for a moth, Mr. B. K. Km
was called to the Mai City yesterday
to ill that re po.nib patiotn.
- Tkp Frids Herl Remedy Co. e a-
I~ted their series of street etert-
mene Tuesday night. Thatihtelsed
with a pie eatingcoatest in whih Ste
Kittles wn the prise, a svr quarter.
The Wate Pmropect Co. is the
-name a new compare fm a this
place with the at seem a sw
of freh artesum at. Memm. mad
& Van D Veer ar pimmovrsa thi
matter.
Mrs. Wm. Clevelandand twoehilrem ,
of Port Meads, wo have bes vimsiti
here for several weeks pai rwatnd
here Tusday from a two weas' visit
with her father, Mr. & F. Gay, al
her sister. Mis. Those. nht, at Cs-
naveraL
/Woodmen's Picadkat ladiala
The picni given by the Woed-
of the World at Indianola Sunday
was a very pleasant afar ad
brought together in one of the pt-
tiest par s on the river eople fro
all sections from Titavbe to Mel-
bourne. A bountiful spread was
made on tables and an elegant p
served, to which all did full t.
School Superintedent J. Walk-
er, of the Titsille Woodmen, made
a short address, and the music for
the occasion wasnicely rendered by
the Melbourne band.
The good people of Indianola left
nothing undone to make the brie
stay of their friends most enjoyable.
ive launches brought the Titus
ville contingt down, and most of
those from Melbourne and Eau Gal-
lie and vicinity came upon Capt.
Casper's newboat, the India river.
A heavy rain storm from thp soth
shortly after dinner caused the pic
to break up earlier than intended.

All kinds of cold sodas, also ice
cream at all times at Banner Drug
Store.
Anti-Race Track Bill


Without further debate the senate
passed last Friday afternoon, by a
vote of 18 to 7, the Sloan bill prohib-
iting race track gambling in Florida.
This bill is away down on the house
calendar and it is possible it may not
be reached in time to become a law,
but it is hoped that it will.
An important measure passed to
its third reading is a bill by Sentor
Sams which prohibits children afflict-
ed with pulmonary tuberculosis from
admittance to the public schools of
Florida.
A resolution by Senator McMullin,
of Hillsborough, memorializing con-
gress for a survey of a ship canal
from Jacksonville to Tampa has been
passed.
The house amended the general
revt-nue bill so as to exempt veterans
of either army from license up to
$500.
The senate has killed the bill to
create a new county in Hillsborough.

5 or 6 doses "66" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
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twr a ;t Itt eea anoB marks Pasine
loma gawve. Hewe a tuday att-
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ftee New Tork, aeBoklyn PhUldel-
pi. New Rechelue ad etewhere wl
ga- to bed ter eetenary exer-
etMa eve a man that they think has
leb been amaderstood and abased.


I beIveo this more charitable and
aeuoetive view of Paine has now
beseae geeral. The acceptance of
hbi meaumet by New Rocbelle and
do his hese by the Huguenot assocla-
tia. together with the naming of an
aveame lt M bonor, is an evidence.
Other ams of his renaissance are to
be found in the appreciative reviews
In recent magazines and newspapers I
ot only In America. but in England
and Fraene, the acceptance of his por-
trait La Independence hall in 1S7tt and
of his statue a few years ago. the fact
that a: Philadelphia paper In calling-
for candidate n the Hall of Fame
got more votes for Paine than any oth-
er one man and the existence of one or
two national associations formed for
the express purpose of perpetuating his
memory. It is undeniable that Paine
first hired the independent sentiment
in this country. that he greatly heart-
ened the soldiers by his stirring pam-
phlets in the dark days of the war, that
In two desperate stralts be was Instru-
mental nl raising large sums of money
for the coloanits, that he was a force
for, good In the French revolution as
he had been in our own. that be help-
ed sow the seeds of reform In Eng-
land which later resulted in peaceful-
ly .revolutionizing that country, that
be wrought powerfully for religious
as well as political liberty, that he op-
posed slavery and dueling years be-
fore they were abolished, that he a
century ago forecasted woman's rights
and humane treatment for children
and aalmals, that he advocated a
world republic, that he risked his own
life to save that of a monarch whose
tyranny be hated, that he would ac-
-ept no pay for hin numerous books
and that he was. in the opinion of
many students the greatest political
writer that ever lived. In addition to
all this It is a growing conviction that
he waste actual author of the Dee-


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Nor is 8heepsead Bay the only re-
gtan In whie the rooaters are causing
trouble. Up New Rochelle way there
was so much crowing recently that
the matter was taken before the judge,
who solemnly issued an Injunction
against chanticleer tearing loose his
steam siren before time for the com-
muters to catch their trains. The
owner of the particular rooster thus
tangled up In the legal machinery ex-
pressed his sorrow, but what could a
poor man do? Would some one please
tell him how to keep a rooster from
crowing or to regulate It like an alarm
clock? Thereupon one correspondent
suggested the remedy of Herbert
Spencer, who, It would seem. was wise
to roosters, even if he was a philoso-
pher. When Spencer's chanticleer
awakened him he proceeded to tie its
wings, well knowing that no cock will
crow if he cannot flp his wings
Firmly tying the rooster's neck might
also help.
Recurring to the uneesapable peach
basket hat, one of these millinery
monstrosities recently proved nearly
fatal to one poor man. Crossing a
bridge over the Harlem. Michael Con-
Ion saw a peach basket hat afoat and
Jumped into the stream to rescue the
woman underneath. When he reached
the hat no woman was there. Swit-
ming with his clothes on, he lost
strength and was with difficulty rescued
and sent to the hospital to recover.
Now, if that bad been a civilized hat
poor Conlon could have seen whether
a woman was under It or not: but, be-
ing a peach basket, it might have con-
cealed anything, even to a E Irkel scow.

Fllowintl the out, ry of a Boston
Mculptor that modern fn.-hinna. espe-
,-lally lacl:n and hi-h heel shofs, are
causing deterioration of fe:mitle btau-
ty. a numlHer of New York physicians
have added their trthnmouy to the
sE:.e efPrec. IRae sui.ide. puny chil-
drie. feminine i!l health and even di-
vorce ere nasrilled to the fearful and
wonderful garh with wbleh lovely wo-
man now disguises, even though she
does not conceal, her (harms. Espe-
cially did the peach basket bat cause
a grouch among the medicoe. It was
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woe; lse a lawuit. At 12 o'clock I
marp aturday night fifty unfeeling
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the cty, getting g oat Injunctism
yemag tr 8-nday mopNe. Only ra
r fve mote to she wte people from
th er eage and the to have one day
oat of e taks e away from tghem



a thi beet day of the week at that-e
t is to mueh! No wondui the vender
ef at dea d ecold beas are growl-
tag pea tminataof
wIeeM;u tay a oey s eAt o ng telo-
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head By the poor fowe am deluded
by the Cwas y rtkets into the bele
tat dawn t break cn al night and
the kee r t a cotgn e al mlcowig tat
Jerom Now, a roaster may think
tht the De laraton ot Indepeodeneo
tsars him the right to cerow a well



n to purOe happlnes and worm, but
If he e at abseeeeawad Bay hem
mistake b Te owners of the towlat
have boees ordered to hut r either
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that Crasn the heas of that veiity
wMI probably be widows without going
Sto te divorce a e ut.
to the diverem cot.


It necessary to place a fleet stronger in
numbers and guns under a single com-
mand between the kaiser's sea dogs
and the shores of this tight little isle.
Had this move been done suddenly it
would have aroused angry criticism in
Germany and probably have resulted
in war, but it was by degrees led up to
by the admiralty by a gradual streugtb-
ening of the several fleets and a shift-
ing of officers and accomplished In :a
quiet, unobtrusive way that speaks
volumes for the tact and diplomacy of
those who guide the destinies of King,
Edward's navy.
Vice Admiral May is one of the
king's favorites. Like "Jacky" Fisher.
the first sea lord, he owes his advance
in the service to his royal friend. He
Is a naval A. D. C. to Edward, a knight
commander of the Bath and a knight
commander of the Royal Victorian or-
der. lie served in the arctic expedi-
tion in 1875-6 and was naval attache
for Europe in the days when Great
Britain thought that one such officer
was enough for the whole continent.
Perhaps his chief distinction is his
knowledge of the torpedo and its uAes,
of which he is declared to be one of
the greatest of living experts. He Is
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VICE ADMIRAL MAY.

W itihout Nver a er ing in the Che
n b de6a e to in tshe ad o he.
It is Sir Joseph Porter. L C. B., at
lor of t the4mrmlty. who In "PIas-
ore" sings about hbl rise from "ogke
boy to an attorney's firm who polished
up the handle of the big front door."
Without ever serving La the navy he
nevertheless came to be its head. so he

Take my advice and never go to sea.
And you al may be rulers of the queen'e
save&
Somewhat simUar has been the ex-
perience of Vice Admiral Sir William
BL May, who recently rppl-nted that
bluf old aa dog, Admiral Charles
Berssford, In coemAnd of the channel
leet, and also took command of others
comttuting the main fleet of Great
Britain's powerful navy. Though be
has been forty-x years In the enrvce.
be has yet to smell the smoke of real
conflict. The feet which be control
is the largest and etrngest that ever
has been gathered together, not except-
ing even the round the world fleet of
Uncle Sam. It has Just ben formed by
the amalgamation of the channel, the
North sea and the home fleets, each
one of which was In itself an extreme-
ly strong and wicked looking aggrega-
tion of fighters.
Germany having massed her entire
fleet in the North sea. England found


board. Then he tried his hand a
baggagemaster on the branch railroad
which ran through Fairhaven. That
job paid $1.18 a day. The payroll of
the road showing his receipts for
wages and also numerous grocery bills
that he signed. are kept as Interesting
relics in the town now.
Mr. Rogers. like many an ambitious
young New Englander, started for


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rlneiple em wreh the waeselee is
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VILATIO Y AOPII&U DIA*0W,
slons of the young people in the form
of the aeroplanic diabolo. but s util-
Ized in various amusement eature at
people's plesare grounds. These are
several such resorts in tFramce. whb'h
have as attractions a mury-gu-roau
whose patrons can tuke trips in ulr-
ships built on the dirigible ,:lloou
plan. The latter take the place of the
customary horns. Another aitiractit ,
at sucb resorts is a sort of Ferri*
wheel In which the cars are brilt ,,,
the aeroplae plan.

Aloae la Saw Mill at Midnight
Unmindful of dampne drafts, utrmin or
cold, W. J. Atkins worked M uiaht wtahb ;u
at Banner Spring. Tenn. uceh expc. *e
gave him a severe r od that wted on lina
lung. At las he had to give up work He
tried many reedies but all ailed till he u wd
Dr. King's New Discovery. "After uli,,g ,n
bottle" he writes "1 went back to work m
well as ever" Severe colds. mnbbors coug i
inflamed throats and soren hInasi herrbha -.
cronp and whooping cough set quirk r. f
and prompt cure from this gtloriou melirie.
50c.anud.00. Trial bottle free. iuamu-.ed
by Bnemw Drug ior .


SBond to Give

1 IO$100 Cash-$5Q000 in Stock
of Th Mimi Cycle & Me&, Ce., Mear 10
annually, is the offer made by te lagt amms-
facturers of igh grade wheels mi th wed, ktht

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energy than any ordinary bicycle. The acme of esy foot power obtm Md is the
Recycle.
1908 Models are built with drop forged steel heads. crowns. d sea poet c aters,
and frames made of the highest grade seamle English cod draw *ael tubiag.
making Recycles a nearly non-breakable s money. material and workmansip wl
permit. Recycles are shipped all over the world, because of their rreputa- jer
durability and easy runring.


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H, y H. Ra6es, tha g t.o

Is harses Be wa; at s ae
in thes standard 00 budding aBread&
wat, New Terk, as the oafterse of the
day bedre his death. Though he had eat
bee n rugge health for ome tt
his death came most Ian a etsIt.
Rogers, Arebold wad John D. Beebe
edier coeatituted the triamvmeit ao
Standard O. Mr. Rogea, beries
being vice preeldet dtf. the big o
moanptsy, was an oaer or director t
at east twenty-five corporations, most
of them mining and railway coneras
having alliance in some way with
standard Oi tnteresta
Mr. Bogers was born in l10 at Mat-
tapolsett, Mas, where his ancetb a
had lived from colonial days e at-
tended the Fairbarven high school and
was graduated In the l t class that
ever left the school. He told his friends
3f later years ow the seats in that
choolhoue uaned to cramp his long
legs and bow In complainingto to the
teacher one day be had vowed that If
ever he got rich he would build a
scboolbouse In which boys could be
comfortable. His very frst gift to the
town of Fairbaven after be had be-
come a man of wealth was a school-
house which cost 5,O000.
Fairhaven In the days when Rogers
left high school wasn't teeming wth
opportunities for an ambitious youth.
The high school graduate tried his
hand fint at selling newspapers for
want of better employment, but he hal
to run over to New Bedford'to -ad
enough people to make the thing pay.
A little experience In that line ea t-
fed him that there was a better opea
Ing in a store. e held his place as
clerk for five years at 8 a week aad


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Juu tde present 0erm $ thet
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pae- to bh at CrIger he at tr-
tle4 as tas with hbb pat bkatop
poi s tsof the a" sea ope MT Man-
ager Pr Lakn dlared that he coMd
whip together a arr or P*sibly a
chama-ship team with a band of
yeaetw a So r he hu bM bes s-
ea- tfL The Rod kM have bes ploj-
lag a .d e ad have bee
rnaag the bases and battoag at a
great Cel. Outlelder Trts Spaker,
Hooper Capta i Geter and Oatcher
Cauigan have bee up among the
oading batten of the America leage.
Bostoa' main tregth U in the
ability of the men to bat and ra
basms coapled with the oanamtent 9ood
twining of the pitaer. MeOoaell's
playit at Necoad sack has been the
feature of many ames Wagner has
been playing a' excellent game at
sort, and t the youngster can keep
it up he will make several stars in this
position look to their laurels.
The history of the Boston American
league club is one of the moat inter-
eating in baseball. When President
Taylor parted with Young and Criger
early In the year the entire Boston
American team which won the cham-
pionships In Ban Johnson's league In
1906 and 1004 and the world's cham-
pionship in 1908 had been either re-
leased or traded. Aad what a great
aggregation of players they were! In
fact, they were so formidable a bunch
that President Brush of New York was
afraid to let his men play them when
they won the National league pennant
in 1904.
"Candy" La Chance. who since has
gone to the Connecticut league and
who 1% probably out of the game for
good r:ow. covered first. lie was not
a crack bitter. but be could field in a
sensational manner. No wild throws
Vot by his long reach, and be tagged
the bags from all sorts of impossible
positions. On second base was Hobe
w',rrw whorA s aw lavinma the third


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ville. $10,000; Hartford, $15.000; Syra-
cuse. $18,000; Columbus. $31.00; Lex-
Ington, $26.000.
Puturities: Readville. $10.00): Co-
lumbus. $18.500) Lexington 'l. 1.o.
The handicap totals iar' .l.5.i00.
stakes $211.o0, and nutuiitii.'s $49'.-,'''
making a r.Tind tc;t:al of 'le'.<, one
of the the history of trotting
racing In the United States.

Sosson-Morning;tar Gamrre Postponed.
I eorge Sloss, i has withhdraw:i hi,;
challenge for a tiatch witli (: ti Mru-
ingstar f.,r the 1S.2 ba!'k liue bil;ird
chaniploship of the world. The g.irme
has not beenI alandonedl entliely. but
the two players agrrted that it was too
late in the season and decided to post-
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AMduinM coM The aMt a aszm
o ratly hereaud a the prd ema at-
eas-t be Coe the hemet met of
etim.- It ti eartaaly a moat
Sprea n outb k and To wla M t-
ty upWtI thehe p -and eoweu'l-i
of the pLays for the Mat twenty

O deehI i isnn b t e Mspe t
at olrf the pobleam as to the m-
- ton whch promTasg p~es e ato
be litd fm a vpoetioo eo maedha1ri
to the wl a the .op alht. It is
eme webih h vbt the-- -heea upon
beah ie a o the Attlatc oeana. and
th m=eS the desired relt, as hr
as AmMerics M e emeeed, i belng
Y 1 --u-u y.OlP~YL-- -g-CJ
appre ed La two waye-41at, the pr4-
aaesohal oaeh is to make hia appear-
mee and, second, a member w the
met prominent of the mklaf mMe
ans ae aea ft"et .. .na -t .mpe.
titto whle a number of the tamou
wtamer a a son or two ago are ne-

Tru theA lea om egret that two
ptayet of a e trial ability a aeal
C. WWht and Prederlek B. Als*ade
the Amerais ilmteratleal team of
lat year, sh-ld dwelar their lItestion
ef asa reat by rotremat thia aa-
s. Wright has achieved unoe adi-
tbetlm apo the cowrt. He has at
ae time or another eld each ao the
p-wr cb ap- asna MW has oem-
pead Ms ever Amreia team chal-
lenalag e the DavIs cup. Is the ea
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a Wham he was pge 0 deuf the
hA lad se k a i t sor lb t
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M ra ttlag V stmars Ba le hIs
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thek bet Ia thse days Diteem Is
sWll a member et St. L te to which
he wa tn ded, while Taunnem i is a
m er o the W M t t team Win-
Itr snew the minears

55'IOMENSE STABLE.

Desof Tettg TfM Hasm Pef -s ix
Heese Is Tra* I.,
Iward GOeem the dea of the
Ameri*n trating tu ar .asml holft
the semse-- 's es for the Billings
teek I a Memphis Team The grand
mi ma oft the Lo belJries la Sad-
n oat dar what a bowae ca do so
he aearebw his proteges muh eoo
er thn ma eo t traie s. As a
am t whm Oeter candiates are h-
is gives eea t nles armd t2W0
sa dower Mr. ees horees are balag
Sfaws aoper t to anles elm. aemd

Whenis hersea bavre resbed a con-
mlthe that m ahim "Mt r" a Istst
up tbo grdeig pop until about two
wee be t he list rae. TThe w thv"
Stie t brbt hg the mpalsaer m m
pit M W e Mad rme mttra l
rPe tob e set at th eo e meam of

It a rvy atd matter. bew r, to
kp a here In racing coetic from
early June. whm they reach their
as trained by Mr. Gers ntil
late n October, and n view of that
eat other traders go more slowly with
their hoTses, preeriag to bave them
attain their foa gradually and race
Iat tiptop shapl But Mr. GemOs has
s special systemI and a bp TgaeUy
wti a lot of moy with his big stable
t is a good way for him to trn atem
This year I Geers has ert x
to nls ehs tabl. Inaelued In this
lar number of campaign s eu an some
DclasIy opect which make the sta-
e lk a Ntrog aTs in ofaer years If
n4t a little, sTer.

ONE MILLION IN STAKES.

Pusees Hng Up Per Light Harnes
Horses Largest In Turf Hietery.
Thi spring session of the board of
appeals of the America Trotting as-
soeiatioa has announced the list of
purses which a5gregate $,000,000. The
purses offered by the Wetern asocla.
tiom Inclnode $80,000 by Libertyville.
a$,000 by Galesburg, $15,000 by Dev-
eport. $15,000 by Jolet, $15,000 by
Kalamaoo, $20,000 at Hamline, Minn.;
$25,000 at the second meeting at
Springeld, Ill., and $20,000 eschb at
Dallas and El Paso, Tex.
The handicap stakes offered are as
follows on the grand circuit: Terre
Haute, $15,000; Buffalo, $20.000; Read-
vile, $50.000; Syracuse, $20.000; Colum-
bus, P5,000: L.exlington. $15.A7 .
Stakes offered: Peoria., $21._'O: Terre
RHaute. $11.000; Springfield. $9.000: De-
trolt, $21,000; Kalamazoo. $23.000; But-
falo, $23,000; Cleveland, $11.0(0w; Read


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C4 clItrJfr'. tor t- Pcxrfect fit, %itp:icitv an I
rch~oi:.t. y :uar v 44) e r%.. S4d in t.
every city r, d torwn in Cie United St.etuc .eI
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McCALL'S MAGAZINE
M!ore i ', rI'*e.. thin h nv ancy : .
aimagaz iic -mzailh-raii" Irnl. thv. V..... .I
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mVnI*o!r B. ALMANODER, THU N AlMOUS
TKNXNI KaxK1r.
following Wright is the ablest man
with the racquet upon the courts of
this country today. Pratlically 'the
same may be said of Alexander. The
latter is unquestionably the leading
performer in America upon hard sur-
faced earth courts. and he has shown
a degree of brl!llancy thtre that has
never been apt roacheld.
Alexander has developed a;s :a stu-
dent of the gaimi at thi ie Iet.:, and dur-
Ing his recent i sitharo.t princlpally
in the tourlna:lmenit4 ,f Iiv iera. he
has been s4eking to, i-:iar tilhe mertho ds
of i:tnal gel.icll :i : i atioi' **- l{ v h.lih'h
f-ust the *ur !-:; e.rs to r..eei
sun-h desirable hl i t- .f ,.ki:!.
lie is a l'elie- .r in the playhIi;n
through system ils:.;ted ,,f tthe stliant
hig outt ch;l.le;zi.'r like his itble i,:1irt
rer in the naithlual doubtles. HIartld II
!Inkett. in whbn A.\letxaner tiids a
ready ally.
The idea is that with a number of
the top classaljen refraiingi from coim-
pettiions ;t vtill :afford the uien ju.-t
below them inspiration to "trive more
diligently for the titles and pri.zes. A.
has been indicated there will be the


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The HaTereTd ceog cerehat asT
wW1 make a tow oa Cnada. leavit
June 1t They sent a team to anesad

rPtta km to arranu g e cricket toWb
sam t thin nmmer with mam ftom
Tom Meoatreal, Chcao. v t. LosI
and Phbadephi
Tha ret n Aat-Webb ae hTr the
SmuIng chmie & the woh d
wn be held le Jae 22 o the Wan-
i river, Aslast
The Keantoek TMHtt 8m Mee-
eO' asestm he annouN ed tweve
stake races to eTse June 1 for it te
days moettes Oct 5 to 15
It hb bem defitely decided by tfe
rack team manegeemat Lelad4
stnedt J* uersyr. ,e ( *u
tat the piek ef the rnema, M mpers
and wem t n eof that insttln wd
compete oth weetersn ce oge eafS
a meeo t ciat marble l Idalb
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POEM TO NEREDITH.

Thomas Har*, Nevellk, Laye TWhute
on Urn of the Ded.
0 0the day of the funeral otf Gore
Meredth, the emmeont ~B0s morved-
itt. the foUowinag lia by Thomau
Hardy, the svest, under the bead-
ta "G. M I S-a ." were publihd:
Iwrt yi yars bck. whes m had plaeL
'That ab has9 pw ed ut a i&nd
I beard that veale ad ew tbht fbe
e spoke as ome afet wll wlad
A meralg hra we mm awake.
a sne wue, mamt, at
12nd.
Ne was o those whose wods esa sabhe
And ridle to the very osre
the f%0al s that tha wEl Teak.
Ot lat wIN wetwo mt oes mae
20The Ilmies cumtoane sad 4er
on ust as forty years before.
se that whis now al tosses declar
He Is unstin by his -o ll
I sares believe be sitsa m thwe.
No snttw: urtber and further still
Through the world's vaporous, vitiate ar
Hs words wing on.as strong words wilt
-London Times.

Romance of a Moder Admiral.
Lord Charles Beresford, who recent-
ly retired as the ranking obcer in the
British fleet, attributed much of his
success to his wife. He had a true
sailor's romance. Returning from a
long cruise in 1878, he was a guest at
a reception, and, standing at the top
'f the stairs watching the company
ascend, be was attracted by a face and
exclaimed. There's a pretty girl!"
She was Miss Mina Gardner. Lord
Charles quickly obtained an Introduc-
tion, was Just as quick in hil wooing
and within a month had won the
"pretty girl" as his bride. Lady Beres-
ford is a lover of music and has a rep-
utation among her friends as a com-
poser. She sits by the hour at the
piano weaving one tune into another.
running from ballads to operas, and
frequently composing as she goes
along.

Huge Railroad Map of United States.
A railroad map of the United States,
said to be the largest ever sent abroad.
has been shipped by the Chicago. Mil-
waukee and St. Paul railway for ex-
hibition at the Golden West and Amer-
clan Industries exhibition at l.ondon.


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cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of Swamp*Root is
soon realized. It stands the highest be-
cause of its remarkable
health restoring prop-
c:ties. If you need a
medlicine yv,u should
ha\v tlic hie t. So.,l by
..rui i;ts i:. fiift-cmnt
an.' one--ll ar sizes. Mu.H 0 o .,. .. L
Yr,- ma-' have a sample bottle sent free
bhvillj .\,llress Dr. Kilmer& Co.,Bing-
h.ulltoi, N. Y. Mention this paper and
remmcnxbc.r the name, Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-
ko,-,t, a':l t!h~ address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on cvc:y bottle.


It is fo)rty-sereIn ect nine ilhihs lowg
and thirteen feet six Inehes tilzh. Is
palmted In ec-lers on tritnspartlit cloth
and is Illuminiated by eltrikty
Tw-evity tra nsp:nna rdnv14 -4 f sreavso
11nn. thr St TPhul nna ehown.
Miniaturs Boy City For Michican.
jitd-_e lE.-own "r S.0! Lake (*t%-V-III

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exansve fbrces of te air and goowm
withbinthen oa* peOapt to istru aua
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Captain tPriteMdo a tdo
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the kidlater that She are ot of order
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Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
fill a blmott every wishomm gin correct with ying
w er, bd let it sand trartfotur buin
a brick dustsedi-
passage. Correctsor to hold water


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Sad pas it or pJaint
the kidneys and bladder are oltqo, ordr
and need attention.

There is comfort in tbe knowledge as
'often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'e
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
liwer, bladder and every part of the urinary
Passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
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s~yof tgingrichmn punished
It proportion to their crimes is react-
ta Iwf public snt et, as shown by
te M of much money will doom aml n
pwhe i chgled maates in the Pan-
ieApt ereion father tand guOkm
hmof. Despairing of ever se mflg
im purote hi for crimes tleyw td
wcoitted, the eopis fairly entibleddand
p' them to death.mptn rm
TI e time will soon be h ere, sys
the Twpae Times, when the posses-,
sM, of pmuc money will doom a man
be a hargedr, morwithe lrime to anpim-
promptu e trial on ratthan guard
ad protect him from the gallows to
wair ohe is fairly entied.
The ordinary exemption rom pun-
ishment enjoyed by rich men will re-
act, and the possession of wealth will
be a danger, more likely to permit a
man no trial at all than guarantee a
fair one.

Railroad Careful Engineering


o 'md^ 3. IaiL nh_
wa of the
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MU id U mts .M s dto fi
the I s- o theviolbta ths


mit bra t md in violati I

Beait rtw ta the legislatureo
th ate Mof Flrida:
Sectio 1. It dal be unlawful for
wr* pnma, Slm or or ration to
take or.etch any ish with haul
uines or dragnet in any or all of
thest or fresh waterof the coun-
ties of Brevard, 8t. Lce, Palm
Beach and de, situated within
twenty miles west of the Atlantic
coat, ad north of Biseae Bay in
Dade county.
Section. It shall e unlawful for
any person, firm or corporation to
use, set, put, float, drag or maintain
any haul ines or drag net in any of
the waters described in section one of
this et.
etion 8. Any, person, firm or
corporation violating any of the pro-
vision of sections one and two of
this at shall be punished by a fne of
ot km than ffty dolarsand not to
ameed five hundred dollars, or by
imprisonmea t in the county jail for
not less than one month and not to ex-
ceed six months, or by both such fine
and imprisonment.
Section 4. Any haul seine or drag
et, set, put, coated, had, found or
maintained in or upon any of the
Water described in section one of'
this actis heeby declared to be and
is a public nuisance, and may be
abated and summarily destroyed by
any perwio, abd it is hereby made the
duty of each and every sheriff and
game warden of Brevard, St. Lucie,
Palm Beach and Dade counties to
seise and remove and forthwith de-
stroy the same; and no act for dam-
ages shall lie or be maintained against
any person, or for, or on account of,
any such seizure and destruction.
Section 5. This act shall go into
effect immediately upon its passage
and approval by the governor.
Passed the house of representa-
tives April 19th, 1909: I. L. Farris,
speaker of the house of representa-
tives; J. H. Kellum, chief clerk of
house of representatives.
Passed the senate May 10, i909, F.
M. Hudson, president of the senate,
C. A. Finley, secretary of the senate.
Approved May 17, 1909, Albert W.
Gilchrist, governor.


Probably never before has an engi-
neering work of the extent of the The M. & M. Terminals
East Coast railway extension been With a large force of men steadily
conducted with so little loss of life. at work and rushing things to, con-
There had been none on the work it- pletion as fa.t a- .;,o.--iwie. the new
self up to the time of the recent dyn- Merchants ant Mirers terminals at
amite explosion, and the cause of that Jaeksor.ille are rap;idlfy leir~ con-
is still a mystery to the survivors, struc,:.Ad.
Speaking of the visit of Mr. Flacz!e Air.ady t:, far; ...I,. ,,f ; i
to Key West soon after the unfortu- the big wa ',h'u.i. .. r.. : .:-
nate affair, the Citizen says: plated and t;in : p'.ii- i ,..
"Only a short time a~o he was con- gotten into -shi:',. .' !' :!',tas. i.i f
gratulating hisengineersor. the prog- thie irl-t t-tA:c.. :. .
ress of the work without accidents which \wi! -, ;il ,! i it' . i.r
causing the loss of life, aind it is cer- for J-..i .,:.!1 ., .
tain that the news of the explosion .June it'.
of dynamite at Cudjo, s ard the death le.i.t '.. i. -'t "o ,I:,-
of several of his employes caused him wareliou.',; i:.. 'i.: i "I .\ %l 1 : vi-wayv
many anxious moments. In the op- atl js t, te .it -a.-tt* vi l te
eration of his railroad he compels trucks \\ which '~\ii c:l1nnelct with int
the utmost caution and as a result it S'aboard Air Line rai'm<.ad, leallli
is the one railroad in the country that d',lwn Letw,.er. h., t \,o:, \\ areh,,us..s.
is free from ac.:'i.,t:. No blaIe When the work is compl'eted the.
can be attached to any man for the '.eil-cants and Miners Translorta-
accident at Cudjotn, none of the in- tion company wi!l have one of the
jured men can form an idea as to the most up-to-date term al in the
cause of the explosion, yet Mr. Flag- south.
ler felt it so keenly that he was im- i It is predicted that this line will do
nrllid trn dnm, h-, onsa ,, ;.an immense freight business into


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.-M ime tbh dB' lhllub
a we evod.
la Wsm tms d ba Nw York
Mr. BUes -..atd tea t the
~pIre 'bt-mp at, tr. &I
themat, h the later eit, with the
two m-r ten oi- the o DaIe
Hail HotWl comp ny, avkin g wso
,000. New step will probably
Stake in this ho before many
week, when the ligtion will come
to a head.
Mr. Bos s-atad to a Metropoli
reporter toda that Mr. J. K. Me-
Donald, reeve of the Fort Dallas
National bank is now en rote to M-
ami from Washington, were he was
called by the comptroller of currency
in cneetion with the investigation
recently mae by Mr. J W. Schofeld
into the maniement of the receiv-
ersip of Mr. McDonald.
Mr. MeDold, it appears, was en
route to Birmingham, Ala., to testify
in a ee before the United States
court, but owing to a slight illness in
Jacksonville, was unablhto attend
court. He was then called to Wash-
ington to make answer to certain
charges made by affidavits of indi-
viduals in Miami against his conduct
as radeiver.
What the outcome of the confer-
one with the comptroller will be in
respect to Mr. McDonald is not
known, but Mr. McDonald's return
here in a day or two would seem to
indicate that thecomptroller has up-
held his stewardship over the affairs
of the defunct institution.

61VING OUT

The Struggle Discourages Many a
Oitsln of Tituaville
Around all day with an aching back;
Can't rest at night;
Enough to make any one "give
out."
Doan's Kidney Pills will give re-
newed life.
They will cure the backache;
Cure every kidney ill:
Here is Titusville proof that it is


V. T. Worley, of Titusville, Fla.,
says: "For some time my back had
been giving me considerable trouble.
Every time I contracted a slight cold
it settled in my kidneys and my back
became so lame that I could scarcely
get around. I suffered intensely
when I stooped and if I attempted
to lift sharp twinges passed through
my loins. My kidneys did not act in
their normal manner and the srcre-
tions were very unnatural. I finally
procured Doan's Kidney Pills and
used them as directed. They banish-
ed the lameness and soreness in my
back and corrected the difficulty with
the kidney secretions. I am pleased
to recommend LDan's Kilr.ey Pills
to otherr -u.re's."
Fr c-t i'v a;l ,! d-aler.;. Prie 'e 0
*.i, t'. F .-ttr-Milliurn ('., Buff:lo.
N -. v Y., :1 .. t. U the ';iite l
Sates.

anwl tak n, r. ,t ..i .

Fo(., Cr-.Mi>,. i : ... Hlu;'a!,,. New Yor' .
*tI,, .i~ -' r i i 'litt'.' S .;;tt .
H t';:.t';i,1,'! ti ll; ti' t i, oa 'i'.' ;':>!
ta .t" I.< a ,I t rn... '*.

Chilit r n Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
N ,Otit IC I 01| lict'e'ein ;'I t lit e l > 1 ,1 I Ili r
.- 5 Ioh an K of 'l>.t;>( I ,'uS I. : -
it 'I I. r.;l.


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8HaBIirs BALE
Under and by virtue of Executions Nos. US
and 147 ilaed out of the Circuit Court r the
seventhh Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for
Brevard nty, in two caum therein do
endin, wherein the INDIAN RIVER
STATE BANK is the plaintiff and HENRY
E. PRITCHTT and WiLWtAM PRITCH-
frr, partners as Prithc t Br, sad als
partners as the Titusville Lumber Comjay
are the defendants, I have levied upomn ai
will sell at public auction, at the frout door
the office ot the Titusville Lumber Company,
at their lumber mill in South Tituaville, be-
tween the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m.. on
Monday. the fifth day ofJuly, A. D. 100, to
the highest bidder for cah, the following
Ilescribel personal property. to-wit: (the rsme
not being moveable to the Courthouse for
rale without great relative expense) via:
The pipe line extending from the sawmill
to the pump outh thereof, some threequar-
ters of a mile il length; also the machines,
shaftiag. belting, saws. and all tools in the
sawmi 1; and two log carts now lying in the
sawmill sheil; also the boilers, suoke stacks,
engines and counnectiou and fittings apper-
taining thereto in the boiler and engine
n>ou8s. Also the forges, anvils, blacksmith
tooti and other personal property and appli-
aices in the blacksLith shop. Alsoan Inter-
national Harvester Co. gasoline pumping en-
gine and pump situated about three-quarters
of a mile south of the sawmill on the Titus-
ville Lumber Company's property.
lIecluded iu the above described property
are thefollowing articlt- which will be t old:
1 Pump. 2j in. S. and 2 in. Dis. attached to
P. M. Boiler.
I Richmond Loc. & Mach. Co. Boilei No.
2032, 12.5 H. P., and smoke stack with neces-
mary tittings.
2. 125 H1. P. eahll, Houston & Stanwood
Gamble Co. Engines.
1i Irnii Pulleys.
1 lR. BtIt, 24 ill.
2 RI. lk.lts, 1i in.
5 RI. Helts, 12 in.
I Ri. lit. a in.
2 Il Bsals, 1o iin.
1 Lo.cketr at Eiigine lwni. rciontenii bt'in
lot of ieltinx and ic.cesa:iry littingL to ol*.rate
#n, iii ;n- l a o hrr liii hiini'r".
1 Filer a St,iwell Twin rl.nginc No. twiM9, to
ruin tien (carriage t-r imain l sW.
:3 1, (t ':rt.-: I liiinep ('art.
I 'Me:irul.. 'No. 93hi. 2L4 in a. -' S;.\ <'in.--
l, t ...
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-A.*ammIS4. oaRT iel O t *d tu
e a. dareis he

Wn, "lsyl mM domt t e u
OMm viull adalt the NOW W"a
go showeler.'
"*As to that' retumne the s awrDn
ny, 'I might be wiMan' to admit that
Uf. was a good shoveler. buet e
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wamt pwat I'd call a fancy dw-

Hel. Table orameds.
Sclptors In Ice at the Hotl Bl-
mont. New York. have been busy aince
Easter under direction of Victor Port.
maitri dW'tel. making plecs In which
to serve ie" cream for dinner and
hiD'e.efn parties. One of the for
made for a recent L iuneoo was a
windmill with au aunlum wheel.
called "Le Moulin a Vent" A motor
made the wheel revolve, and red and
green electric lights luminated the
Ice. Anotbh'r artistic piece made for a
dtnuer was a lighted rooster of ece.
Memorial of Jefferson Davis.
A part of the Kentucky farm on
which Jefferson Davis was born ha
been purchased by an association com-
posed of southerners. It will be made
tato a park and preserved as a memo-
ral of the president of the Southern
Confederacy.


ADMINIMSUAWIRO lov
All-nou -tis-j hai-n ie---hIh the
rate of A. Bobbmitaw e of d a en -
ty. Forida. are hereby modwi t *ta latbeir
acooonts and vocberm with t-e dadI ed-
within six months from date or --am wll
barred aecordia to law.
All penor inmdkbed to said t an re-
quired to mske inmmedito te tlem
Ja& A. TAYLOW,
Admiairtwor.
Shilob, la., May fid, IM.
NoedW of AppUiemll eO Tax D s e orde
Seeti.,. et Chkp 41111 Lwa
of1 riTIie
Notice is hereby gives that Jseph Warrs.
purchaser of tax eorIARete No. 1, dated the
3rd day of July A.L 196, hbas led mid eor-
tilcate in my oAe, mad bas mdeapplaiio
for tax deed to im in accordamos with law.
Said certiicate embrace the follows de-
scribed property sifUatfd in Brevard eoon.
Florida, to-wt: N. t of W. j of W. oN.
W. i, action township 21 suuth. range s
east. The mid land being aiimmnwl at the date
of theisu of Msch ertfiate in the maeo
of t. Warren (EL.) Unlem mid certiicat*
shall be redeemed aecordiug to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 7th day ofJune A. D.
Wituemmy official siguatnre and weal thia
the 7ih day of May A. D., 1 IU.
A. A Tfr A.tL.
Clerk Circuit Court Brevard County. Flo ida.
aBwHMarrs SALR
Notice is hereby given that, uuder a u* by
virtue of executioui received by me tian.,lta-
iitoudly aId iultd out of th C'ircuit virt
for Brevard <,unty. Florida. against .J BR.
Walker andd H. B. Mace, parturn, tradnuI .in-
delr the tirm naunes anivl style of John K ,al-
ker & co., and the Walkvr llarel Aiv* in
which the fllowiing tArties are- plaint. '& i
the -.veral suit. viz.:
%Mtllwaine: Kniight a. ,; Ernst L t .-
x .' .; 'h tal C'lothinIg ( o.; Catilr e a i, .. u-
ill (',.: rhi Re iual .M:tinuf-'t ri <, 4'- H lt
( larin tk : Boydlel Bro. Whii, 1.vafl %.. ,,r
t'* Ai .W. tune Wright C',: C. II % .;,.
liurgy: FIrank & C',: Atkii.. MlK ;.x
Hr..wn Co.: Millhury Atlantic .Sup .
'Th. ut- lalt C l 'I .: a.: t Ii jld t'-i. 1.
ve' lt v it ll l l al l : \a .11 -I l :el ,, ,
ti. il to tihe hig h i.
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81urreU7S as - Porns

sad bla advice* a give m as toal,
I did4 ao, tam a.n dk l t say that
eightbetthead Pariandthbna' 3 s
of Manalia eatrely eased me eo that
troble, sad -m as well adevwe.-Ma
W. W. Lamaetr, 831 MeAtee ALv.
oal t s"U, Ky.

Oatrrk is a frequaet s- of kM-*
mey disease. The phlvt a tIh ki4-
Beys, as well as the tbales, Is line
with macoon ambrae, sad Is the
fore asbject to caterrbha eoo stioa.
Sometimes the catarrh s so llght a- to
suse no attentoa. Othr S-i it lead
ap to very wtse rio nMdAl
Any remedy eale of d mtall
the eotarrh Is a meek more rmiom
treatment thaa to give palliativea tha
only relieve the pattaet of om or mes
disagreeable ympto .
It is lalimed or Peruma tas It s a
internal ay mie oaarrh rmamuy, a"
reaches the eatarrh whatever *ras
it happens to he boemae.
"I was eared of a sevWre ase orf W
lammatloano the bowels by tak ng P
runa. I am glad to recommend Peru
to any one."--Mr. J.. Ira as
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1W i did mot we jr i b. mimA.
e a.tJeudg Taft. s tared, with s ea-
a) osllar of New sammhm he "
voed1 to the last for the Mnnbt of

li Fre m on mt lplnm frdo pes

p0 d tShe -S *a tmis that theo -weM e t does not
asn M_ ha to acoafet he rb ti Hat Id

s 0011 tlwKnew His Cap&eety.
"Don't talk assssem."
MIL Tmvb bave "hes how will I ak myself up

*"i stal s .im.. of btm -e tema m s ln mNN

-Mr. IsIs *'21u,"? I a -n aiw- meseto that he ha es o to stay. seoisa so"
-i" Tnt thr. -.-atas~ t ss tbo 2~an d. alk eaad bt t Ov
l .tmkmBe pw p0e10d la et "saiper na Ceo bdab ti ba omam thas ths e woa aoemma
aw T i o the Plames cauld Abstain

s-m s t m ao tow* aae t oo aper t Impresuoa with tehe
ma W.a sl. aesetl oaag m wh eanm o ad te of the d wictat
a E b&MGMe ofmd w throws of the yean hoe adid et do
VW6 PIhSwum eaa SI blbs6ar Do not be this becausee mim charm displayed unuou
ats1umpatth Tn sA erobrat beao Ia sa Ma .mtto but bease his head waso
" '1 a10 N tow to -**** 1W anotrwag o"fto tNational lague metb-
raft He dung the haemll without tk-
r ..-- al 6 MIt g and them so doub thetght ha d.
SLUGT T E AT As Do fm ui pp ae oee satd:

^t^ eV- 8o~o^HBo^ nw~^ ^'am Mo eylai -he Pe colayers r an
q= w tthMitrh t.se whoe eam think. talk and act at
411 b h MaaeM Lnan e t athe Easte Amel- ane ma m ithe ea re lastat It tos an
l to t s amn declares tht he tha e best a matte to tell how a play should
lat I tho e pitcher la the b business to Charley have boee made after the damage in





Manager Stallag of New York sas cover how the game could have been
that Outeolder Tris 8peer of the brought Pittsburg's way and ar most
Boston Amerigans is faster than Cobb emphatic tIn their explanations anA for
and will be this leave's g reatt star days appropriate all credit of knowing
ithin a year. all a heavy meal takbout ie a ouple of Dt."
Pt r Matte o regular pa the Boston Na-owel
tolowerls is a southpaw with a pttball. Born in ow -
Rarndy do left handers adopt the wet Our family were all born and Breva in
delery for they are generally wthe In owury and haveuselorida wheramberlin's Coelic,
enough without It. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy (made at Des
Moines) for yearm We know how good it is






*In a he re Wgeired in the London Olympiad. Manufactuoering c ompany, a corporation under
wndI s (at choice a t sthea e withis wm he ainw a EPo aTex the writes li tfe w
r agatn months batt. r said r He wcently saved by the prompt e of this remedy. We
are now engaged in the merentile business
SAthe tate b ver in either ia la to ls Narecome, Fla., and have introduced the frot
make twenty-fie safe will probablyremedy he It ohas proven very sauce ful
and is growtlag in fivor.-Esis Braos. This

dial a fact owing o li et oreo li et oredy is for p... onsale by itusville Pharm day y.
After a heavy meal take a couple of Doan's
Famo h ad abus of thrad Jum Rer wathover e round. JRegul A and give your stomach, livegal





ntve in a sent to Ws I de bowels back to te ame. dy the help they will needtr Regulets
injury sustained In London. bring easy, regular pasages of the bowels.d
Flowers so amateur athletics tn this
country wilenorl be glad to know that there acquitted wNOTIO OF L
Sa posbilelf well ty of apacy, ay wry's return under and by virtue of executtion No. 19.
Sl ng a t o competition once more. Ewry is ued out of the circuit i urt for Brevard-
has entirely recovered from the injury tconuty. Florid a, wherein The Florida Iee.
be r t o.eived In the London Olympiad. Manufacturing companyti, a corporation under
Sh wl iNi hi p th Ewr hurt hielf a the aw. of the state of Florida. is plaintiff,
wbl h. by the way, stayed with him and A 4. Piatt, ole owqer of and trading ax
e Ge for seven months. Ewry said recently oThe T. itusville Ice company, is defeudat,t 1-
"M sAUQcUs nD VIt AoAW, that be never felt better In his life and have levied upon and will sell at the fout
wtth that kingdom have been most cor- It he continues so will probably come door of the .court h "ouse itusville. Florida,




t thtknd gdrom na! hv enmsto-duriu tthe h.utiirs of it o'ch k N. m ai' N.a
dial, a fact owing In no really degree out for sotme jumpmg when the hot 2 o'clol.k p. m.. on Monday the 5th day (of
to the tact and ability of the repre- weather comes around. July. A D.. 1t. (the name ing a legal or t
sentatives tp has sent to Washiu TAT F i he d(s ome back to the game. d y)nt the hightlst iddrt a ir frt.ah. the il-



hlm. bctg editor o thr will probbly d, nothing buft the tiowigt. ..r l thied real estate of the defendam.t.i
ton. SEenr Pina has acquitted himw Efor F ('HNl ruaks oaoth that is t ttowtt
year well to his ministerial capacity, sthe anding broad Jum-for a time. at "l~ i r tin at the.. sthlweAt ore,'rof -.-t
lar similar conduct on the part off hi leat IT ewill go at this crefully. ani d t -4 1of R-1 hi., i .trhaml'. addition to iwn
lanu pshlr, who he a high reputation If at the end of the year he finds t,,tt i i toi -. F rida. aie,. dingtlh ',it 1 t1 a .'4 Wil' ,A
as a diplomat la otftdently exatIiectedt. Ill effewath he will the go at the stand tliense rlnlt el'lst oin u th e h uth lineof1 It 24. "l\'
ng hirh also. It was to the standtne attd reeurtaid ahiti.,, a diskanue of 1i t'. t




drge Mosesx the newly a ofain- h n ry .ump that Ewrrh hurt himself aut e, .-,et- l uti'.. 'ItT..f, nia ,a jIaar i ,t i- tN \
d mtulge Greece and Montenegro, ydon. t tthe oieufHLL('.TARRH ofN.W ir th. N ura of h.t t -ata. i
^,h -ll dtr( the. in.tltk ','T FR OLE, J m. Hti' Eet'Ir uf rl rai.tr .t .. diht tnf l. t' ; f
I.) Evening Monitor. aklin e is forn FaS J n. me im sakes oath m tothat le is entr of ri tret ll lt: thrm, riuni ..
yars old, the von of mhlter d : the thniorprtaerfthDecimber, A.J).I at hurt a ndrlhy al., dateal ltrayt l,. .

d tEsete and eduat Irtmoti will pay the .m of .ne tndred ollr and recorled in oyk Wh-W of .,a iva t-f


B rame secretary to Acunty. Florida, to A. S. l'i"tt. by deed dated
academy gtno each and every oase of otarrh that i.not ae d, 4th. 19O. treo.irded in hkt o f \ i


Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inten.ally. and deeds, page 29S. Brevard county records, said
Sew naiulp -acts directly on the blood and mucous surfa- land being situated in Titunville, Brevard


to a tmm mie ia a a estwan
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lir ft e h to phan tr the
of tt co e y," said Mr. Coa*
-to -hry w ic b to have
M iaatqa~biMusaIa In the years
rT Ir t tMre ae great may
-* w hib am e eoe ml plan o aig
~W OgL bt as platl that we
o r s gmeiftOn eam mp be WIh or bread enough to meet

1 M godepeAd to this planning
At y at ara worklag for, but for
hrl ek tt bolow Othe ream-
It -- dry to relieve eo dl-
tM eeo doner t mnderstana. I'

wh ane tt l to relieve wbat tkey
S leases to call the aicrltutaral
e-m- ot teir eimtry. There are

eB tl ef nm Itwms9t wo hat fthU
hbave r m e tpg eot. .t what I
havoe Me at it i a fair eam e. The


rtlie qtbre dealing with
t beesese ts embers
'lf tit are a tatlkl
-tte saminaIl newspapers
ags* pagaie and you wil read
an B aB ta setivitirs of the Idle richb.
thar meelhb neme and thir ftads.
Thw an et o real coaeqaece. They
hi6 shea--t te a-ae relatIo to the
lt ms ea the Americas people that
tt ea the elephants trnek bears
to W elephant, but they give the
e I- d cum who ,live not
by the swet af their feces, but by the
sweet fa their teagmes, to itovesh
adt eOnsemie eedltiom existing
Iath S o try. That is why they con-
tate a real evi. Once Is awhile
S whim other methods of seeking noto-
ri have faled they declare them-
astWes to be leao of p the people and.
pnulaim themselves to be locialists.
"1 doat regret Immigration. I would
not be here If it wasn't for that I'd
be scattered over the continent of Eu-
rope. Thabere'd be a little of me in the
Low Couaties, a mite in Prance, a por-
tion In Ireland. some more in England
and Seotland. The great bulk of our
Immtegrants live by the asweat of their


faces and any one who does that is
worthy to be given recognition in this
country of ours."
Mr. Cannon paid a high tribute of
respect and admiration to Mrs. V. G.
8imkhovltch of New York. a settle-
ment worker, whose work centers In a
block in a New York city street in
which more than 1.000 persons live.
Mrs. imkboviteb spoke in a quiet but
effective manner of her labors In this
congested district, where the work of
the settlement worker is so often beset
with trials that demand forbearance
and endless patience.
The speaker found every reason to
believe that the world is growing bet-
ter each day and deprecated the exist-
ence of pessimists whose chief mission
is to flaunt discouragement before the
eyes of the public.
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'ct. 6. 1906. to April 1. 1300. will re-
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that service. The badge and ribbon
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Sabta. who mecew tv Be-
ImM to'-Ni 'too to bo toft
- is ta ImmL an the wadttig h


2at to e tDr. trhe alla betdiwe th
Se Jews in arepe in the interests of


Sa the plan md that be understood
that one daalty whihe would have
Io be overcome was the aecesaity of
provldg an extenalve rrigatmn sy
tom, which would cost a large rsa.
There can be o doubt," be id. "of
te advantage of divrting ome of the
erwded Jewish population ot Europe.
mad there is certainly enough territory
r them In Meapotetau. While the
ou-try would not appeal to the Jew
-M would PaletteM, t has tradltloo
of value to the race. The Babylonian
eaptlvty bagan in 5 and the Jews
eared there tr a time an honorable
career. They were Independent and
hd a priee to their own.
They et up great schools of learn-
l, aad the Taimdlie tradition grew
UP tlem part. They began to d-
lme la the eighth century. and I do
Mot know If there are any Jews left
there now, but certainly there would
be more to attaet them to Mesopota.
mis now than to British East Afria.
whieh was proposed as the site of a
SJewMb colony a fw years ago. Of
ourse there would be the Turkih gov-
erment to deal with, but we hope
that with the rgmenw of the Young
Turks much greater toleration would
be beowa.1


THE SENATE'S UTTLE PAGES.
Theme H. Carter Tells a Stery About
tb V wmet Senator.
Senator Thomas H. Carter of Mon-
taM. w stly mehoed one of the hu-
morts of congress is spreading a
story about Senator Page of Vermout
which, although it is taken wtth a
grain of salt Is nevertheless making
the rounds of the capitol
"I Nwa to the senate chamber one
afternoon after the senate had ad-
journed" says Senator Carter, "and
Senator Page was in his seat leading
A eonstituent of mine was with me.
and. desirous that he should shake
hands with as many distinguished per
sons as possible during bis stay to
Washington. I escorted him to Senator
Page'a seat and Introduced him. Lat-
er. as we were walking out of the
chamber, we passed a number of the
senate pages romping In a corner.
"'Who are those lads? my constit-
veut asked.
"They are little pages,' I answered.
"He looked back at Senator Page
and said: 'Wew! He must have been
on good terms with President Roose-
velt.' "
ich Ken's Gifts are Poor
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Ocean Park, Cal., to Harbor Arizona
Mining Man's Strange Whim.
Permission to build a tomb beneath
the lawn of his luxurious home on
St. Mark's boulevard and Coeur
d'Alene street as a future burial place
for himself and wife was granted the
other nilit lby the city trustees of
Ocean Par!:. :i suburb of I s Angeles.
cal.. to Enmls F Kellner. a mining
mlan aid lirker
Mr Ketlrer. v. hu is I "'-ident of the
W!obae lu :k :11nd suaiv!"'-s cfr'ie'iia at
il,,I'. .'.."i;" -.,.. s t':: ':is w- red
th, .ro , < f" li< r,-' TrhT,'rs to thtl
plan and tla1: i i hii- will he will pro-
vide for h:,'.i' hiv. I,, dy pl:'red in a
ta:tket n:idle of Arizona copplr.
The only outwardd sk-n that graves
are beneath the lawn will le a head
stone or monument made from Ari-
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"Why. hello. Jim! I haven't seen
you for a long time."
"You saw me all right yesterday.
Mr. President." said the newspalwer
man.
"Well," said the president. with mock
severlty. "will you stand up when you
tee me again?'
"1 haven't bee!n able to sit still
since." said the victim of the1 jok0
gloomlly.
The pre-Ildcnt spnke with e:irri--;
iess of his two, dlys nt Pe,,rshor,: iitu'
Charlotte IHe f!t. hIe he :iil. th:it th.'
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Hen cef ....UJve-i y A
Wae~rt Am-a Jourallets He Made
CemfetaMble I His Private Car.
Presl t Tat's bamorous disposl-
tk is well known, but he came to
the frout as a prattleal Joker on his
recent trip to Petersbrg, Va.. and
Charlotte, N. C. At etersbrg he had
luncheon on the veranda of a beautl-
tfl southern mapnmnn. and In front of
him on the lawn were 1,000 men of the
r. r. V.s. At the table nearest the
veranda were the newspaper men of
the Taft party. most of whom bad
ben with him In the campaign, to
Panama and,e e of them, around the
world.
A picture was to be taken, and Pre-
dMet Taft, accompanied by two gov-
enrs, ator, several ongressme
and a lot of coonels of staff In gold
brad ranged themelvre on the steps.
When the presadet stood all of the
1,000 men on the lawn rose to their
feet except one newspaper mn H
wa tired, had seen a lot of things
ike that and was a little bored. Be-
side, he was thinking about some-
thing ele. The president, within ten
feat of this arst table, happened to see
the newspaper man sitting in hbi chair
and gaming dstatprestedy about, and.
pointing a commanding singer, he
shouted:
"Get up. there!r
The newspaper man, recognizing the
familiar voice raised to riot call vol-
um. looked about alertly for the
souere of trouble. He saw nothing to
cause alarm, but the nuet moment was
Jerked to bls feet by a stout hand in-
serted In his collar:
"Get up!" commanded a voice tn his
ear. "Be's got a right to order you
to stands"
The newspaper man stood obedient-
I ly, still held by the Indignant Virginian
who had yanked him from the chair.
That night, leaving Petersburg to
go to Charlotte, the president discov-
eed that, while h ad a private car
and could sleep In comparative com-
fort all the pay, any one trying to
keep up. with him would have to
change cars twice to the night and
lose any seasonable chance to rest
Captain Archibald Butt his military
I aid, discovered this fact and gave It
to the president Mr. Taft at once
invited the newspaper men of the
traveling party Into his car.
There's no use In you folks having
a hard alght," e said. "I don't know
how many extra berths we've got in
this carriage, but Archie," as the pres-
ident calls his aid. "will do the beat
he can. By the way, where's Jim?"
Jim was the friend who had been
ordered to get up. He had gone on
to Charlotte by another route. The
president sinacerely expressed the hope
that be wasn't "sore" and said good
nilht.
It was found that there were three
vacant berths in the president's car,
so the six newspaper men drew lots.
and three of them slept on mattresses
on the floor of the drawing room. it
was comfortable, and. more. important.
they were on time for the next day's
work.
In the morning the man ordered to
get up, arriving on another train at
the same station, walked into the pres-
ident's car. Mr. Taft reached out his
hand and shouted:


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am,. t. n i -o b 0 -an&
a umenm bm Svibeng i t".bemw e
in--mi the only oe owned t
eptd hy a a colee pambatitob sd 4
baleg *e the few etom papasw
have hobs of their owa
Work has ahrady bnea o the
streture In Cambr Mamss., that
the handsome quarters wll be ready
for "LaUpy by ext tal. An entire
block boauadd by Bow, Mount Aaber
and Plympton streets will be utlised.
Edmund March Wheelwright. 7&
who was one of the founders of. the
paper, now a distinguished architect.
has drawn the plans In the style of
Dutch renaissance. Molded brick. iml-
Uoned windows and a tiled roof with
two towers give the building n qualnt
distlictton from other college strue
ture. This striking clubbhose. which
s to' be ranked with Lombardy pop-
lara, will, however. harmooase artLs-
dcally with its surroundings.
One of the features will be the tow-
er containing the ibis mnet, an exclu-
siv apartment for the president of
the board of editors. The Ibis is a
wise bird which interjects remarks in
the dialogue of the "By the Way" col-
umn. which is a perennial feature of
the Lampoon humor. Professor' Bar-
rt Wendell. 77. when an editor of the
Lampoon. originated the Ibis as a fea-
tare of the paper, the psaeloow brd
being used as was the dog in the EnCg
liah Plmch.
The nest Is in the western tower and
from a balcony overlooks the big ban-
queting hall. Lampoon dinners wOl
undoubtedly In the future be as fa-
mous as the-' cf the pnist. bptnaue the
new luildin.: -wlil bal. sope- inl kitch-
ens and htll!r fo(r the purpose. There
is alE) to t* u 1-irg hall for lampoon
celebra;tlons.
That Mr Wh.I*lwri.tht should be the
archltet Is 'r i;,.-ially fltir.:. 'ie he
was not onl o*n the first Imwrd of edi-
tors. but al 1** tl'-. lued th:b rover picee
for the ori;!n:tl iesur. which han be-


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FOR KIDNEY L IV
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"Lampy" w.-a l)rn In the mulds of
Ralpl# W'r',-el.r Curtls. 'T7. ad bin N A
classmate. John T. Wheelwright. who
while attending a course of lectures on
the fine arts given by the late Charles IS -
Ellot Norton conceived the idea of I The e l the farmer's bln does o oai
producing a "college Punch." The first tell No more an Nature alone and ua
number was Issued Feb. 10, 1876. ideld. always perform the enomsoua ti1
.hat are so often fored'upon her.
Dimsinew-Do You Have It PNa-tnre M asr Aaaitas .
This is used by thebile bile reshworbed Perfect health is the result of stad and
into the circulation. To get rd of this tree- .esrch. It has taken centuries to uder-
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ing the genuine St. Joseph's Liver Regulator. t all likely to reain their health unasked.
Druggit and dealer sell it. liquid, 80 cents N ag Ab a- AssitM
a bottle powders, in tin box a :5 cents a box,
five boxes for a dollar. ST. JdO EPI

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Two thousand horned toads from
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'- A P .... in action, anti leaves no sickeuiua. weakea-
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A HAPPY It Is as Ideal Lvwr Medtoe.
HOM E We have a larg numh-.r of letters from
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FASHON VERSUS BEAUTY.
Seteo S*wpte Te Ls e w Female
Perm sa seing Reinmd.
That wea' res has been rueied
y dawty to t I t those delaera t
of. wh Calms. tf Beste asculptMor.
*"W OgsuIe a getting poorer
and Po wey year. The women of
tesdy ai ettlag farther ad farther
away ftor the Greek Agre of 2000
ya ago.*
"As ae instance of this, those who
derminee what is fabltonable are try-
tag to brig the wait lie farther
down all the time. At present an ef-
fort is being made to ge t t down as
low as the bips. This Is all wrong, of
eoqre, for nature long ago determined
that it bould bo just below the breast.
allow a soft, graceful line from hip
to armpit. o long as fashion dictates
that the waist shal be close to the
hipsa so long will we have women .with
bulging, lumpy hips and other deform-

"It women would have just such a
walat a they seek-the beautiful that
we ae In clamic paintings and sculp
tare, the waist that characterized the
aSetat Greek women-lt them avoid
fashoeas."
To Dinner Via Salleon.
Gong to dinner forty-two miles away
nl a balloon was the experience of N.
H. Arnold, A. D. onverse and W. H.
RchaL doan who recently ascended at
Nortb Adam. Mass, In the North
Adam No. L The balloon wa sail-
lg mar the ground over the farm of
George W. Bodies at Greenfeld Cen-
ter, N. T. when two of the farmer'
daugltas *vted te party to come
down ad have dinner, and they did.

Tribute to George Meredith.
Died May 1, 190.
He listened to the mighty lyre of earth
And learned the lore of soul compelling
sons.
He pondered on the rune of right and
wrong
Aad saw the hearts of men, their woe.
their mirth.
In him our vision had a second birth.
Por by his words we saw as through
sou strong
enchanted lens the conscience of the
throne.
The font of I. theb hidden source of
worth.


a w kb a mre waelt
F W man ezftr
OsB il somdiao V 'o about

"M l as" 0" e *M that theM.
0 b1 ahWG906 wuch naear
a0t e trsng*h 61 a great
is a bee ms oh n maelte have
t o b mdi a d aoft sf tt
to to tre great eleume of
n tS- a oat atd ewey 'piF e
hwas aWec to a hspeet.
atet the tag-om a knowing the
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testl tle aael r maebno wa that
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Wfrtown, awO mabins, Water-
;;Z'-7ft-%d tIr A. ELa -mm3
ofat amh dt Ginom henernormous Cod
tf mueha mac"rle ma tm government
has cotrIctkf a ukt" l ow bwan
t iob e t e b ptw rs the private
OldJ evedre aM ^ eves
emgape ti msH eta tohI mwah -a
wa ot d asied to ave It larger than
eemary to tet the large blocks of
stoe beatg used it government and
ftr utldinW throughout the United
Stat a..
Ut tSe supervising architect of the
geolMleal survey urged that the ea
paety of the machine be extended so
ow to tet whol columns of brick
toa c. c cret and even of steel, and
rdingly te original clearance be
tween "the bOeads was increased from
twenty4 ve to sixty-fve feet. Now,
tee the purpose of the government
ts become known, the department is
beago flooded with letters urging It
early compltlon that It may be used
not only it the cases of bridges already
auder construction, but to test built up
structure as well.
The machine in simple form Is
nothing more than a huge hydraulic
press with one adjustable bead and a
weighing system for recording the
pressure developed to It by means of a
triple plunger pump. Between the base
of the machine and the adjustable
head when removed to the farthest
point is a distance of sixty-five feet:
consequently the machine i capable
of testing the supporting strength of a
column more than sixty feet in length
Some ide of the azse of the machine
ay be obtained from a statement of
th weight of its principal parts The
castis for thbse se and the top bead
weigh approximately 50.000 pounds
each. ach main screw will weigh
over 40.000 pounds, the lower platform
about 2,000 pounds and the mata cyl-
nder w6 000 pounds The top of the
machine will be about seventy feet
above the floor. and the concrete fton-
daston upon which the machine reta
will be about eight ftt beiow the noof

8o many lettmra were sent to me m
bers of congress and to the derte
of geological survey congratulating Uh
goveremmt on ak t the nitative oi
the costrmction of t s ch a maehimT
that lemato alr Tr has Intromduced a
till providing for another mace bh
mor than twice as large as tbe Phla
4eiphia arm's apparatus, having U1,
000 tos capacity Iad ompression a
O, tons in tension, taking coumm
or cords 100 feet long.
Mr. 1 ry., drglmer of t Wathe
twa machile. is ameo se te btll at
daesner aod builder, a4 them prte
ticud a n t mhmch and two eghty
t- e ta t is xed at 071MtoW. 1
trs ofu ontr ta to tbe dappartan


Demand For Fish Culture Stations.
Bills are pending In congress for no
less than twenty additional fish cul-
ture stations in the various states.
Probably 150 members of the house
have offered separate measures for
these stations. If any action Is taken
the commissioner of fisheries has the
say as to where the station shall be
located in a state. The experts con-
nected with the fisheries bureau have
to be the judges as to that, water be-
Ing the main thing if you are going to
raise fish. It does not look. however.
as If many of these bills are going to
get through this session. The same
old story of a shortness of money In
the treasury Is the excuse for holding
back these measures.

You Never Can Tell
Just exactly the euse of your rheumatism.
but you know you have it. Do you know
that Ballard's Snow IAniment will core it?-
relieves the pain-reduces the swelling and
limbem the joits and muscles so that you
will be as active td well yo ever were.
Prie 5., 0e. and $1.00. Sold by all drug-


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IN PIFl4g.
MerO tha eighty darm ftr atrships
to be ued the United Stats are
w v the b had of the Wright broth-
a. orvne ad Wi9bw ime.. tkr
dm- Ia.... of thtr ability to han-
de their amopla- with @Afety ano
to teach otaer how to do mo tbey have
ben Gooded with latter asking for
tarms for the building of the machines
and Instructlon an ying. The branch
of the Integational Aero club which
was organted at Dayton, O., recently
for the purpose of exercising some
supervision over prospective users of
beaver than air devices has received
!agny applications for membership.
some df which hbae come from well
known men of wealth throughout the
United States. For the present their
names are kept secret by the Wrigbts.
The American orders, however, are
only a part of those that are coming
In the beavy mal of the investors.
News of their achievements has pene-
trated to,far parts of the world. Front
Iceland In the last few dys has come
an Inquiry as to the cost of delivering
an aeroplane and sending an lnatructor
to that far northern island. The shah
of Persia. perhaps remembering one
occasion when he had to escape from
his palace by stealth and desiring to
have a new device to defeat the revo-
lutionaries. has asked that a machine
bo constructed for him as soon as pos.
sale. A Chinese mandarin who is
one of the leaders in the awakening of
that empire to western eivladtlon
has also sent an order.
The Wrights will be unable to ill all
their orders because their factory Is
too small for the work. They will en
large its capacity greatly this summer
and hope to be able to meet all de-
mands made upon them. Another
trouble they are having Is In obtain-
ing a sumiclent quantity of steel of the
exact grade to keep the present fac-
tory working up to capacity. They are
endeavoring to make arrangements
with steel mills to make them a xup-
ply In future, but are having some dif-
Aculty In doing so.
That the operations of the Wrigbts
need not be restricted for want of
capital Is shown by the fact that they
have refused an offer since their re-
turn for the investment of a large
sum in their enterprise. This offer
came from well known New York
capitalists, who believed that the oper-
ations of the Wrights should be great-
ly enlarged. They declared, however.
that they had sufficient money of their
own to carry on their work.


There are many imitations of DeWitt's Car-
bo'ised Witch Hazel Salve-DeWitt's is the
original. Be sure you get DeWitt's( rbolized
Witch Hasel Salve when you ask for it. It is
good for cuts, born and bruiae, and is espe-
cially good for piles. Sold by Banner Drug
Store.



Ten Doctors

Said He Would Die

"In 1903 we wrote you regard-
ing my husband, who was suf-
fering from heart trouble. He
was superanuated by the North
Georgian Conference. Ten doc-
tors at different times said he
would die. You advised Dr.
Miles' Heart Remedy and Re-
storative Nervine; we did as
advised, and improvement was
apparent from the very first. He
recovered and the Conference in
19o4 gave him a charge. He
nevr felt better, although he
has very heavy work and does
a great deal of camp meeting
work. I am so glad we took
your advice and gave him the
medicine, and feel that I ought
to let you know of the wonder-
ful good results from its use."
MRS. T. S. EDWARDS,
Milner, Ga.
This proves what Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy will do. Get a
bottle from your druggist and
take it according to directions.
It does not matter whether your


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FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 78.


Effective April 6, 1909


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Shall death claim him, on deathless
knowledge reared?
Shall dreams o'rtake the master of the
dream?
Nay; his the perfect love that never
feared.
His words sepd through our grief a ra-
diant gleam-
"With Lfoe and Death I walked, and Love
appeared
Aad made them on each side a shadow
-Joyce KUmer It New Terk Bun.
Sore Nipples
Any mother who has had experience with
this ditreising ailment will be pleaed to
know that a care may be effected by applying
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child is
done nursing. Wipe it off with a sof cloth
before allowing the babe to none. Many
trained nones ose this alve with best results.
For sale by Tituaville Pharmacy.


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M' r. is is in town surveying the
Sold H oek property.
Mrs. A. B. Carter attended the pic-
a de at Indimola Sunday.
Mim Annie Herdon, of Miceo, is
vMth i her tether, Min Cora Mun-

Mr. Sherman Singleton, of Eau
SGale, is at work at the point this


burdy a. m.
Mrs. A. L Bruner and Beth visited
i. from Saturday until Tuesday with
friends here.
George Carter and Rufus Coleman,
Swho re now located at Artesia, were
in town Saturday and Sunday.
Grandma Munson has had a new
S roof put on her kitchen and a small
wash house built at the south side of
S the kitchen.
Mr. Provost's house has made some
Progress toward the river, but it is
rather slow work moving so large a
house over rather rough ground.
Mr. and Mrs. Devoe Sams and two
children left for Courtenay Wednes-
day a. m., after spending a month at
the Bower place in the north end of
town. We are very sorry to have
them go.
Quite a number of people from out
of town attended service here last
Sunday, enjoyed the memorial ser-
mon and helped to decorate the
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inan The hi"r 1"i disnw, aes..
arf dis apears. A apisadMi dmsist*

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Mr. MeDaiel left Sday for Re-
had.
Mr. Tner arrived Tuesday for a
fewdaas.
Mr. Matbett left Wednesday for
ftt Pirsi.
Re. Tbiot returned from New
&ayrna Monday.
IM Lea eRosach qpent a few days
n town this week.
Mr. Calder, o Port Pierce, spent
Sunday with his family.
Miss-Rachel Tucker returned Sun-
day from a visit in Cocoa.
Harry Sample has returned from
a visit in North Carolina.
Miss Lena Geiger, of Jacksonville,
is spending this week with the Misne
Tucker.
Miss Beasie Hodgson has arrived
home from Stetson, returning Wed-i

Mosquitoes are making acquaint-
ances among the citizens of Eau Gal-
lie this week.
Mr. A. B. Whilden and father left
Tuesday for Jasper, where they will
be for a week.
Mr. Wallace and family, of Mel-
bourne, spent Satuiay and Sunday
with Prof. Macey and wife.
Capt. Frank Houston and family
and Frankie Houston spent last week
with their parents, returning to
Knights Key Wednesday.
Miss Carrie Shave arrived from
DeLand Wednesday where the has
been attending Stetson university.
Miss Elsie Broadwell, of West Palm
Beach, stopped aver for a few days
as her guest before proceeding to
her home.
The body of Fritz Alfield, who was
drowned near Jacksonville, arrived
on Saturday night, his wife and
Miss Minnie Young coming with it.
The funeral services were held at the
Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. Alfleld
has the sympathy of the community.
Poor Milk
SIs often tholuhtto be responsible for an
infant's loa in weight or general poor health.
The cause usually i that the child has worms.
They get the nourishment in the food and the
baby starve, actually starve White' Cream
Vermifuge expels the worms and nourishes
the child sure and e. PriceS cents. Sold
by all druggist.


Reply to Mr. J. R. Field
Editor of the FLORIDA STAR.
Mr. J. R. Field in his article on the
fish law shows that he knows very lit-
tle of fish and their habits. That a
seine will catch but few mullet is an
admitted fact, yet the seines destroy
the feeding grounds of the mullet
beside killing thousands of small
trout, whiting, sheephead and other
food fish that are too small for mark-
et. The seines drag ashore the grass
that the mullet feed on, and as mul-
let feed by suction when you destroy
their feed at one place they hunt an-
other.
Mr. Field gives us a problem to
solve that has but one answer.


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Selsn wer vsed in 1lb and 1900.g) OOR3OMD,- aa rMWT capw"a* TA
mdk t rvam Xfo a a iw m NaSIsl Jmksay Jat B 5sYia-ow
t, i to ,v fm t, effet of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
it. It will tke fveordixw.years now
before the effetsof threeyears sein
ug will be gotten rid of entirely.
n 2.ARom HARDWARE
I tha eeoa Ber a dek h-dae-. Io omr I e AB
Is ofo to klleo srom sd the big head
Ita..-w1-m* -y.I n Jas. Pritchard & Son
erbia tst ita wtryHnar thr lMe a u-
a nfto- rel-o'*' *- "'1 Handle the Finest Lines of
CoumtyT -Tramr.'sSatehm t Heavy and Shelf Hardware
June Ist, 19M.
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Autr ,11 | Guns and Sporting Goods

Iaess wa tspM l May, is complete at al times
c19, and warrants deliver- ce a

su-- ................. ,.1 | Pairtts and Oils of Quality
Balones eash on hod Junel, 1 ,
B a. -------------- --. one of our Specialties
This amount is held a ol-
pteri in B rd a Quotations for large or small orders will
tate bnk, as per ash be ven pesonalttention. Mail Orders
Ip or5 ..... solicited and promptly filled
The balance belonging tp each fund T
ae as follows:
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fu d -..................... -7.
i County rod and bridge fund 240.7
F dforfeur frund--- .06 E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Special rod fud Dis. No. 1 4 8
46 4" 6 2 171.02
: : :: :: ,N 3 J Groceries, Hly, Grain and all Food Prodcts
46 . .1 t e
6 e5 7We. hadl e We dprodue ofll kds wL e reit sasm W4detl xdvhl
...- f----- - in the-boe vinesofHds ad oliit the trade of all eoum--m Wro as Ir rim
Game warrden fund.--....-. ,w_ M. oi and aUn Gnree d asel tyer Ltde. L.e B.RADTI A U Trnrnf
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-und --T-d- 15-_. B. .8P=. Dr. J. C. SPELL., ,i--.egt Ph.*. s
County lhool fund ---------12.54 .,-
Total 3,652.4 BANNER DRUG STORE
R.F. HATCHDS
County Treasurer. WPlt w* vllle, =lorid
Fro a prained Ankl Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
As oay treated, a pained ankle will Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
disable the injured person foray mouth or
more, ht by aslying hamberlanl Lini- Mail orders olicited and promptly filled. Wll order anything we
meat and ebsirinl the directions with each haven't in stock
bate &Mthlly. a cure my be effected in ..___ -
many ca in les than one week's time. .
This linient s a most remarkable prepr- John L. Van DV W. Ford
tio it for a pmin or bruise, or when T I I
laid U with chronic or muula rbeumismn. I
and yu are certain to be delighted with the TIT USVILLE ICE CO .
rompt relief which it afords. For sale by
TLtsvle Pharmacy. Pure Ice Manyfactured from Distilled Water
Prompt DeliveriesMaft to all ShippingcPoiats as the Frd& Bast Ceat
Everybody's friend-Dr. Thome' Electric| -- -- -
iae bse apa- INDIAN RIVER COMPANY

HENRY RIVERS Dalers Staple and Fancy Groceries
S__--- t Competitive Pri o ---
Tonsorial Parlors GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, OUP oGRASW, ETC.
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