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 18, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00706
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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Si a numbered; the i tetor dehe ooer m. Ham i expes to
Wee s to a for jri- the ftub when the voter reoeie dispoe ofthee landi iot order
the blot, fl iligsmew-ith- ,the- to northern omi, ad it probay ,
Si- sl I" of ag SM Lr of voter written thereon. When the meus a la emy of sette for
Sa to n sod eoo thf milmof r voter return from the booth, the i- the boof Iand Og ju south of
aMt g treeR to bo dyt wes .aspector dethe. the second b Titvle.

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--- llteo' teths-- aerete .Ptoh.e ow Noe t omth e lt e rie prWoe-m e an s omawho -not fo,
t hm foretatg aStevo d t batrt John HOiryene twhe qite ar
l 11 lW bet The b tiI hoIt et Mr. and room An thr proviin on i thattn Secmbs rd ohwinwltoot
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tII w hif s s up r to Veallthe osty= f rtrt dthe i.sthes te o as c ndidate sbal giv, a Woarn molrk, turned oSr worthy sberif







'- Mexpll hn- tmmost twthd. One or two days brde, lnAn. uponthe armof her e, f e nr, a.ese.shlbe raised Mr. Brown somew whats_ he
t-0 =i0fti beh d e s Te Vote raar was sorted to the im r -d sentence to os imp nment- to the "tender merae of"
'." Th .nearly 10.00, more vre alar wh ob. she met me groom a n mk ers' an-m e ,o -did ni, th u ne re whemopon M ayor
iSIhP**^ l herif. *Ie Sto ti was hel ai the w A and the oflciati el Dean the second oe se, ditrane entn a second and acknowle not his



lof the salemo s tla u R beott e l Jo.n sister for life. hearty thanks for thehandsomepre
h on hd. .h ibeof taenl decorated wmaith tfl- n I latdt on high
Stlb ia oft bride elect it phepre froet w ob. t. th.The watch a tod gof ld 16pp tie, boxr
-e miller The AlpineistL for lodging and mpresive service e on atl i to thoi nk al the kene ds jointed, engraved h t rendse red
s. I W a quick lunch w m in Tits orll. tions we. e ored as the ne wd- was o a isms o t t setae r a social ralwy .a
r: o'i "IId p ts 1is M ded plair iitohaok their plae ba. Inthe pre O es rngthe rent tilke And ment entnig 2,ewelshd" ad eo mry
f wh o u N thof e weddi tng bell. eat be oonviteugd offer, bers. at peopl-date time rovem emnt in thr-
Sf- r the mot Sanul e. One or twodayf s bride, leaning upon the arm o her section, e or the f osat ffese sall be rasied Mr. Brown a somewhat as e
this week with depleted stock, saie father, w escorted to the impro- ten< fto oneyear'impnaonmy was not anticipating aiYthiu of the
^^^^ P -._. R readied neualy 300.00, more vised altar where she met the groom S?0 6'13im! <"""o"erent; ior kind, but he regained hr composure
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& ..an d at Titvi~llat -J1,. m 2A number of beautiful presents For Rent and faithful offer, Joseph P.
t t Uh eat e of th ale i with almost a full Robotified to Johnpularity of sister Furnishe. hearty thanks for the harndountyme preFla.,
Smljtock on hand. of the bride, was the maid of honor. Cd of ThTyo ent-.
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a Rememnber The Alpine for lodging and impressive service conratul I wish t thankall the kind friends join ated, engraved hunting case withDrug






,-M MuM ,oly Triit hurc, Melbourne,, on h been a citizen .f Co. during. One 12 to 16 h.... 2-le en ".. Store. _
Ge eis B na l quick lunch when in T10itmlle. tons were offere d as tmenewal wae- who isted and tenure theser- a special railway Haden move-
S Eai a .-- nr, ,uGlded pair took their plarcet beneath Vieei during the recent illness and mentr containing 23jewels and every
S"4d a Chkrht Noaa te wedding bell, death of my daughter, Mrs. Emma up-to-date improvement in the
l Rev. Win. Stb will Supper was servedduringtheeve- Renaker. MRS. DORA DEISNER. works. Inide the C was engraved
h nexti at Lagnrange at 11 a. m. Dingo the following: "A present to true
Sand t st a uvilV at 70 p.m A a m tol ao beautiful presents For Rent r and faithful officer, Joeph P.
tJiI. ~' R. .at o u prisr wid.ll. pren c ne testifd toa the popularity of the Furnished rooms with privilege of Brow, sheri Brevrdcouny F
lr b the MehdsteuaEv.Oit h ch tuve, young couple light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. from Titusville friends.
p S dnext orn an ig f th is the last to be married .meTaylor. All kinds koldTsodas, aio ice

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.t b c W_ operat and i Johs church, Eau Gaibe, titioner. He has recent completed in first class order. Has newrevere case of chills and fever. Price 6
now S1sy evem19 at 7:30 o'clock0. a beautiful and substahtal home on gear andforce feed oiler. Price' Good Shoe Repaiing
Eegybwody is cordially invited, the bank of Indian river in rep- .o, cost new $450.00. Buying G era Shoe makrin o
St I tio for the reception of hisbride. larger engine. Address Engine, care Northern Germ shoemaker now
S...t- 1 l thi 5e ek chls tand fever. Prlie m. A lure ciarle of friends extend of AR. located in little building on street
SMM shimt do echlls andt fever. .r...c. cordial congratulatians for a happy I leading to Hotel Dixie, commencing
th Ub Gsts FauraIphg D t and proserous married life. Orange ad Gapefruit Tree work May 22n First cla s work.
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Re awan o a r to the Boston Thell owig lines about the mone- nant and no one i clalmlnl this for (Jbra aficted with "
I "POltblt oma POO bigS M SeK S t were written by one of Nye's them. but they are In such an enviable -- teak kihedney If
1M *lu and aft liabe to weatherifteds, Charles W. Hauber: position that should the Detroit cham- dhildrinateatoooften, iftheurinecald e_
the easo str A few of them oy trwn e by thoe ura of our south sky. pions falter an Instant in the pace tey the Les, or U f, when the child reach hes an
Sthe pace too stremBoIso bt the This t at bears the simple" have set the Athletics are right at age when it should beabletoo t "c ontrolthe
majority are st company to tay. N. have et e Atlet are t aeit yet acted with bwt
In n u fap t yo aer the Bere ple by bands that kmew ~m their theels to asume leadership. It tangepea upoa it, tcaute of thedi- I Jeai pe Imf l to m iMe at
thIenp t labs have it way over t a e too early to predict that the only club cuty s kidney trouble, and the frt I*oW erw to y -
Orthr Water" cbvaL,1mot of w Tom tstuoramotell r lve for one o all standing as ans obstacle between the step bould be toward the treatment of wh th t M a
praeteally stood pat on their linMp of Who hto bihlte with h iswit A Athletics and the championship is Do- tee daoig Thiaoggm -e-
year. That the ear luNrthth trot. There are two clubs In the east trouble as due to a dsisued cotthoh ofe tm i
St Raeka that will play better ball than they are idneys and bladder and not to '**
ew ok ~mwso ealcd o e showing at present. while three of the Womeb as well aseoare msade mise. to rl ie s e.a .a
detvMert'i s l mesleast and the A o western clubs will later show a better able bwith = and bladw t mabl, Ve we a ba ae
aganw fcm thatg ti new um th Waahattthe neracker--What eethnteyld t asal th 2 At- both nee= str remedy. ta etMdI to )Wa tne Mtte' bat-
fth eI pkek up could not do any i* yo' all hea toe dinner ? letics In the west. and against tbs The mild aed the iasmt elect e O tO the "
ry tay Ban~-Pi Ipotp. strengthened competition the Athleti hisonareallud. Itissold tg A t
Imt rno the mt ( i i I '--hO! will be fared to go the Umit. But bYus in f Uy-' ft u tnth
lat s thof rea k. o u tsat Coate u W'd yo ii th eker-bo? while on the sabJect of ehamo.shp olth4 'T im that in vew of 'an
MO& 0l0 aMd of cheek. (ouWlm a at ro 'd yo' i thea birdstit is said hbe without ar of success- sins botes. You o s b tI t
is aneet o. ty a kA Mtot m th ad al scontraction that should th Ath have- i we ti e tea tm aa nm
.vow*... e he ad a hetWthe mateb anty unert i0,e1 M end lt m aie tu dnt
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ym m t a e ltiMi *d =g-- egpmpts inhi hears after Bo ton antd mxierab,. wisanlg pg e t a Peppe*mle KIkH. to ten. b_-t _a----er St h- s st
m and ve theem a tr- Idb. maag eat trbs. his eea, A a single gam from western iu, weas pe a 1t8fl0 th. A e
_t W.__u V. Me. uetmy aM: "It teamr The work of ts team th past m e ptow a.d f aer of eris a a. -5mSai th
Mi t ss'o' Wsa- t s e' taitght Ileaves e salterIsvme to be- sau i ae. The ..her ty g aW players
eltere me Men .he. s O i eed W 0tve t mt tt I t it weakest moas- aW let .sa es that a e* in the sw g dghm the narn
AMshvgb Oe bow fat. b10 1eq101 Ite lawt the sor l uebt ntion and aa eh atr wi a t tt amced to the crt
W b mae e^ at a that it of o thn t at it will finish to the pesltisa in b|atesb, somde trn dIi N Ao 01 h5 "% tde104 tteo
0S W Jmath Ms wye weOt o w ecMpe-- N bt plae Of the other am1 8seae heaW fa ethe t thbea t a teeM eh a s the
, ,o in 05mw( ad eg tk a amvomernI en s ietIoaamreateco- mju *^n^ (mtt <1heldo. e at e lT a lde
: .,. ,- jecture as to their u--t.ag p is g*U tb md *t** -em b almost in a earnim with the in-
WMB WJuding ff6 ltM thi worke o athft t t eat.the Unie St atusw wiM hew. Iab18 jqg n ho pm*v^e o

te" t-I ctd f elthatt m a w k. Ph e ogzper of bettln orhd r. That
S-the bM$U mWea oe Ila he r -d fath The oigl aanl aSeeys came to te OGri th is emot inualy an itu ltl&sg
..be, abw y torg te so i thUm aIt fa il rin oat rean ro u trod aaoi S ra e Ormanoy e I p1ep ht e er Demr Mow-
hg a as tw a br ablPOta favsri g te t o r a es n u and a half yago, the s be1 rey. EMn "* ifnos ad AotreMy hr
elte. ^See t the two lawt three brothers and ther famieor. Ttihe pobiaa rwd vete a te In every case
peubIbt rtisthe Nrsenio haWe pea- Saoudn caem royal bood by drset 1e the main complaint among the Red-
IF 0 m )epsete psm ~aMtt wie gi thetP re- istnt o rotm one of the oldest 1be 4 ndW roote.c
am. sa himM ali shdWie ee douar tha t the am Sem ow.y Twb tcam that appeae-tly rheal.
mA abts l tat n the yam. te i tTto t a tee e te aen ~ ea G wlfe they payers
-s eth bafaortll tat thuab ow- tT sistinr.abu. Mcum IN the 3 bhar i se

em wt i a a h e t~ ~l ~i t Choof anealned Wl_ atraemaree bofastM M wakh n." e at
Prb abifavorhing ta wtash ai and at AMbal d o henegyD
fchi tefubw, havw-e the adnmt 8beEyv the larWgbest ra t Wo w r e t o kB whe te y e e
in h e n at a b ty^ h pdN im~a t t M i s*a d & f* oilers.eThe obatmso lW A i c eATe n mk
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I tres, and wheh there is no Mahon ln and the tallest Shody I all receive National league celat.
athe wemnl tabe oumed not attain if e Other managers wh are receive
IW Ely 5Cb* W"All persWo onsonected by atnity daily brickati am Latrry Lajole a
: U V -t e'uthe tact that coasMDgntty to the BSheudy famie eleveland aad Joe Chntiar of Wash-
th= ns bel m ige to partletpate in the &t- to. Te team mOdn by these
a" _me th' wester. elabs. Their roe- atlon." says Mr. hood~y. two me have been in the siood dirt
or agf"agegaias versus evein doop- m a L
m Uis, Ti *** *--f.& 3.0. feat f.'in e qualin the expec-
S-wndoww. iter was plaed in the tat tat rerl eason for NOVELTY IN YACHTING. sld to be ia dire n of a cha, e
,'^w ^i Af WW a n the i,,m t, .h trw pm
Swe ll es avwe .aibi it Let glean at the adelpli Amateur Skippers Must si.d oforae. to agne wih him. Lajol. haI
Jh. ",. th U ee St the grave et in view AmeratIe h, who are at p tesenatlng o Aueed Oge In and ag aahy."
S. e u m at ma on a fg wave of. ptw, A yacht rac hete l wha e t the m r -m
^ ^ she p 4 ntothisnWamweel la a -urntbt nevr before been sugsted, much les nte anltb e as
MM to te the eglmto that the o mm soetety 's later the When they left Philadelphia for their tried, is the one that Commodore Leon- e a
S Pr s T E tsUr l r nl their oa rsf t swla aroued the Water. circuit ard Rlehards of the Atlantie Yacht "'t S l rsat e -Set .rf he Clrat-
la ta ewe oU bae ( t. te family di the popular |ndotem, based on their club purpsest carrying out In July MaonsNe, VS-- Pocsetur oer
w-.. ?. he- et opoe the movement. performances up to the time of their He Intenda to steam oshore -, hciat eC Vice Paldeat ndum
jt't --qIm- -- tylo, br t r. Ns eoo tra Buck ,d" wu Sth they wel In o yacht Carol for 125 oles from 1a1 nd t Ptbee uoIte l'"eab beK
a ambimma t tt t umt ph t and that all of the western teams latitude and longitude having bee: t it Lse a pe
a hI wu wgt ares t dd to wleI 8 would make ey py of thpem. That stated to the regatta committee. i a r
atJta "th et', w.as belied 1a the tYOveyrsd iM id- prophet is not without honor save The task set for the amateur skltp doe but Larry sil,
aeSM of the Po- h Caivary chu Wh. Mer. w ye wte in his own country" was typm.ed per" of the seveo yachts already en saalm It would do the le t
aS S7i bele et a S at two ywar ago. Sb rW their record while abroad. In every termed and for the others expec-ted to team almost as much gi as It w a
53 lahS3lM a of beten o M the pMopead momumet over ar city they jour~ye they were twice start will be to find the Carola by the--
S o th btt ind'' Itn place Should he welco when they came because Usual methods employed by naviga-
S"yo&wter to-. be ue, and in view of the dead they were coalsdeed "eaay piekln*g" tors. sail around her and return to the
0t4it7 Wto her taSIfutot nllmuorist'a Idmoe the sabJet a aP por the home team; when they went finish line. whih will be at the Am- *
i nemd of o e Now ter w chosM en for the pd away byeeaue a longer sojourn wouot bone lightship or some other mark
o 4w16 9 0 h I pe 0 JO and is maw to piece. The work have relegated the home team to last outside New York bnrbor.
So telt the recruits are bainier ac rising the funds for the mEounstt place. So remarkable was the rise of
player Uth e nowesoi.m Of adw ai aginghritsctloswaadome the Athletics abroad that they di-. lMm l Ml k illlb Ull
ers go am carrying twisty- uner the au*q1^ of the Nyo MmaO- l*^d Detroit from firat place for the
S plbt m0w. sad not e elCl oead uSde the North ashrt pis !of a day. falling ntot aeed | Ebb btM
4Them teabousbed. Someothemm ,t----- -- ... Society. MIS.J.M. ond place only by reason of being Idle ,i
set i p loy u O this bame!, s tan pMeadent of this aoelety, when the ehampions had the opportu. Kidney trouble preys upo the mind,
StAerian o chemt s pse Mleat of the Msmortal nity of dewteting the team In last dhaeounragmaadleseaaa itu; beauty,
th laerteM league wte dpe eclse, and breach cetrele were organ- pace. th a regainlBg leadership. The. va and cerfu lm
looked than Phil- e tn seveal states. It was ehely only city where they encountered A h as sooe n t disappear
aph.s New Tork and Bs r ow to Mrs Ransler's labor of love Mnony oppoitlon was at Cleveland. whehthe od2e -t
the repe that (atlion had a team and to the doestion of hert husband where It-was least expected, and there io
Of o c m wle that muccesrwed the movement to they tst the only series on the trip. Kidney troeube has
tlahely ti slubs smed tbehe memor to the poet. The their eord being ten victories and become so r evase
Calargry etbMir.endcl. Of toret t"ws Msdety Imrhwn ah the Amerin Pressr our defeats. n-that it not unauo m
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SAosi oas sger ,the atiseal
illd gg lg-rtr ggo a
baoa Of Nls-tl. bhvtoin sered B.ev
tal aC tI. tea.houe o repraesata.
t. faNd quit a walker. SM the
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-IIIim sar aua IsM
the dee P1t her ancestors la behalf of
tsr country, for Mrs. McLean is
desfmtlltmee l mi and women whose
bMaory frms part of the nation's
.emals. ad In their records mother and
lMdTr tabYe much pride.

Hre "On and ON."
The late William Terries. for many
years popular at the Adelphi theater,
Leadon. as the hero of melodrama.
was far from unberolc off the stage.
EI EDIen Terry In her book, *The
tmry at My Life." relates a little story
amwlng the modesty of the actor.
"Is It raining. TerrIlss asked some
m who noticed that he was wet as
be entered the theater one evening.
"*Loks like It. doesn't It" said Ter-
iu earelessly.
Later It came to knowloge that he
had Jumped of a steamboat into the
Thamft and saved a little girl's life.

A Pesta' Celeny.
Heary Meade Bland, a teacher l
the tate normal school of San Jose.
COL, and Herbert Bashford have re-
eived from Joaqutn Miller an acre of
led eah &ad expect to build cottages
wa the poets home at Frulttale.
l. Miller plans to establish a cl-
.y at pests aid conduct a school of
etr s ~ e that thes

WINr a alls lsa as DeWlitt s deMaid
mA_ PAIL m & tr' wL ea*Um


bw van an


as40.s. sis have am S
a beoe Mr. sgem

S- th em to
e u. ages Jr. M e- mas-w,
Wha b. Lemhites J. P. Mgam
s James A., MeOet wh me.
eades Mr. Deg" a ei ne pw e ast
Sm. the hekld aCemp m at ow
-md-iAlm mains up the ed Uut
ML ai hrftas tfr eme beenr a
Miet Wi tthe emaiuMp a aMpy tw
Is"C me afied" uaan.* cmarao
miii, wqmee whe Jeu-df m L h th-
pe"ed or tamesi m n0 IaL. J.
P. Meae. Jr. hm tak- tm late
Mr. er" plam a dbeeter methe
Utmes amm ts) emrae"I mth
the mopt eofa ytYo M r. Morgan
the meameMS hav nt bel mple Is
the eye a the melmanI world up o
now. The questdm armise s a
whether they peame the ability to
ama em the eaterpmes Intrimate eto
ther awts to am age o extnt
aId to win thel me dIgree o fme

The lMest Mr. -e .rs. mv
at the master minas at bas"e" ot ba
4dy. e wa rseognse a the meot
peWvrrhl d rsa o retwl. I later
ar. at IaMt. of t he group of am


M I. m. Ioo Jn.
ler and captains of Indutry making
up the "Standard Oil crowd." as they
say n Wall street. With John D.
Roeaefeller to retirement. William
Rocketeller entering old age and Rog-
ae dead eome think that Standard
laaeice ba now reached its culmina-
tio and will aoon be on the decline.
Though the combination still has great
wealth back of It no acknowleede
leader has yet appeared. Upon the
question whether any of the new men
will develop unusual powers of leader-
ship much of the future of the com-
bination win depend.
The late H. H. Rogers devoted a
great deal of time nl hIs closing years
to the training of his son In the hope
that he would be worthy to succeed
him In the management of Important
Industrial Interests. After Mr Brougb-
ton married his daughter Cora he came
to repose much confidence in him and
seems to have planned the division of
responsibilities as to his estate be-
tween his son and his son-in-law. Mr.
Broughton is a middle aged man and
a mining engineer by profession, and
Mr. Rogers put him In charge of the
United Metals Selling company, gave
him the direction of the construction
of the Virginian railway. Into which
he had put about $40.000.000 of his
great fortune, and made him a direct-
or In most of the Important corpora-
tlons with which be was associated.
As for young Mr. Rogers, the flnan-
ctal world awaits with some concern
his proof that he Is a chip of the old
block. Mr. Rogers is thirty years old
He was graduated from Columbia unl-
ersity f 1900. He mailed a New
York girl. Mary Benjamin. the daugh-
ter of George H. Benjamnl Nov. 8.
1900. and has a home at Tuxedo as
well a a town bouse at 26 East Fifty-
reWa*k .t tN frw TIAk


rLif


body knows that Mr. Taft's s
In sport is golf. and. anyway, hi
ng in Ptttaburg wasu andwk
between speecbmaking and oth
monlous acts requiring more
exhibition of dinty. and be cc
have been expected to be at I
as a performer on the d-nmond
After a heavy meal take a cmple o
egalets, sad give yoar stomach, 1
bowels the belp they will need.
brinl esy, rcular pamss of the bI

The Bonehe Goes Lame
The Broncho, champion pacin
turned up lame in the right leg
ly.and may not be able to r
early engagements. The troub
the same place as before, and
tirement of two years has not
a cure. She worked an easy
2:40 recently and has done
beats better than 2:30. She Is
at Detroit and other grand
cities.
shade and color. toward the
basn flow the cascades over
races. Forty thousand gallons
aer will tumble over these c
every minute, Illumnated at
from below by electric lights of
ora.
Not only is the Alaska-Yukon
exposition free from the charge
tempting to do over again wl
been done before on a larger sc
it is not to be held guilty of th
that has characterized some
tlons. In planning the 1909 fal
determined that some of the
structures should be of a per
nature and so designed that the
be used after the exposition w
The state of Washiugton in app
ing $1.000.000 to be devoted to
position stipulated that 4)0.00(
sum should be spent on the
of three buildings, primarily
exposition. yet suitable after'
towing changed Into education
tures The result of this wise
that three of the largest build
the Unlversity of Washington
are permanent structures of st
ment. brick and steel.
In all about S1I.U0.000 hI
spent on the exlnsition buildli
I -unds.
We do not know of any other I I
enod as DeWitt's Little Early Wa


peclalty
Is pltebh
ebed In
wr cere
or less
mld not
his beet

f Dosa's
liver and

uAWIN TO uaAuu1oru11 nvZU&
. AD- 1 0" OKCO MO O4W0AA&D.
g mare. ot Washlngast form the site of the 0x-
recent- podatloo. rulcllly no faw loatiom
ace her eMUd have been elected. ILyta be-
le is In twewe two beautiful tfrb water lake.
the re- -Washingto aod Unio-the grumnad
effected present attrative stretches of water
mile in th t, the vsLtas to the faraway momu-
several tala being broken by stately trees
entered The principal thoroughfare. Ratla
cirruit avenue, I In a direct line with Mount
Ranler. looming over 14.000 feet hig
In the distance. The snow covered
geyser Olympics and Mount Baker, high above
six ter- th Cascade range, are also In plain
of we- eight from the rounds.
uscade I The focal point of the exposition Is
t night the Court of Honor, about which is an
r ll col- assemblage of artistic buildings and
Grounds, beautified by statues. fouu-
I-Paciflc tains. electric displays, trees, shrubt
re of at- and flowers. At the northern end of
bat has the Court of Honor stand the givern
ale. but inent buildings-federal. Alaslkan. Ha
e waste wallan. Philipplnems nd fisherle-- whilh
exposi- at the other end the vista opens acro"
r it wasn, *he water. ending in the distant view
larger iof .!Mount ItainIrr In the foregrouud
rmanent ( f the lower end of thel court are the
ey could formal gardens. ult which the blilh
as over e: st skill ,of the landsr-alw- aunrdetner hau
iroprlat I t 'In expended.
the ex i tI tlhe center of the court Is a circu
) of thl- lar l:ke t'til feet In diau:eter from
erectir i i whii.-i Ii:t1 -4 ; t'eprit ii tif, of It;1 I l,:
for thi. :-':;ltth'l ;eyst.r. tosslin' ilt wat.er. -.'
ward aI "(.t in the air. At ,:i .;it leetrriyity I1
II atrule uilnl:tel thtie wat. *r a f the ..e.yser luto
plan is b nuinterless s ,ra s of liht of ever

ground.- Dissiness-Do You Have It?
one. re Th;is is aseda by the bile heing reahosrbed
into the circulation. To get r d of this trou-
ble it is ietesiary toe u a good liver mediciue
LU been to cliuiuate the bile from the system. St.
ags and Jioeph's Liver Relu'ator (either liquid or
pow.rer) dlue this to perfection. L'e it for
all bilious troubles and you will soon feel bet-
hat is as ter. Accept no substitute. hut insist on hav-
L the fa- ing the genuine St. Joseph's Liver Regulator.


1.


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4 bw uim "I aft bm M&_
Na k4 ha m mesres Sis -33

ak Pon" auftft so b usum
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a" m b" met.- asde I s wt"
reem~la BumrstPiest ---bqprl
sroi htae had -1 buedsta od. T* .rs~ db W~uiU 5* nittee
MW ft" Itles"-theoflobof a"0 5 at "mhe
WeN ~iie. The waImv %he e khd abs ____ y. Je 1. at preekey a
"m at theIs Op ea f o t6 C al hemu m 1W ~eW.Ieuswor d
to L Tabl grads at i at Pmba, aIeshas &startanG S l ar' low
wu mat have, tad a batter as e.Me -a to se taOt d r ctsrofd
at the -p- bmlsma team, but It se W.. rWh4 S1 0 MWW sth M a0t the
" ata"*te Sam. and s = I* rIsaaiug bk i midWM.oLaterme yeam
the moveripm, inst a of phVIM, o= Waft thpe thand the P1eso
baseW for a livi~ N s l kno wledge ofathn rsed a dd S
-ff Werema" -"-m bhig cow. TbIMhkn at li D a r the seem. sad
P ed- -ft k awas dom~ e mb tle a the w at tofthe oaS-
demd at th AlkghemyUnsayn pab ea af t t



sad~~er It GM mel enhancer~ hisreptaluu
Wd t a Me Itbm"bb einatflfAs aoelefly stted the purpenesse O
masa an athhfeb artfulerly. as he sl- Oft epoemoare:
40.Oexplat the reemss and pof
UBM= eofthe Aiba sad Tubs taen-
idessm tothe U~e Mun and the
Demhmm mat omedas; mke to knon
sadfaster the maDe of the Pad&e
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ad little or no speed and utter lack of
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ra ats bill. do wil bqld
St& rhwLt rhe ia noa i et
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ate, though two very importan
W strtedin t. feature. Those
twoanithem rybbllandwtheuroail-

nba the lvenres of Ee now lies











eftthr--whieh he k patiently wading
t. Sgg5M'crtad i~irw^nd
A _.a __1 ta ltt f^ftelf

t brlh with the fiM llr the Jack-
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edowniehe pi eate n w e of the
otflry ef th ae stacked over five
-bo rAd woua be laws h t ed them.
SThe legislature of 1909ifty bhas
we Siuoouusd on aroe hoore and
-fr in.. krinded in the senate. It
the down t crop in toryhe history.
d the publied will bnot have ry, vop-
*mU, bat good if viewed from an
impartial tandpoint. The moat im-
portant blof that iound their worth ofay
Sthely troghes oriinunateild in they beomen-
ate, though two very important
rm aeutarted in the hosae. These
two are the prmary bill and the orail-
road a-muunenC biL.
In the governor's office now lies'
th pile ofbilla-not a very pile large
either-which be is patiently wading
.' .through with the aid of his secretary.
'. And down in the vaults of the secre-
ay of state are stacked over five
h:: hundred would-be laws that failed to
Spees. The legislature of 1909 has
gooe down into history.
The public will not have a fair op-
portunity of learning of the worth of
the past session until they become
fully acquainted wjth its laws, which
will be published within a couple of
months.

County Offices Go Begging
The people of the new county of
Palm Beach must be a peculiar lot.


W of X& V. Hm-s to cary,

astltJ.MLI4 t swing dt
i hd absred an pid into the
thb vPa= or thdebre




iM be bedlts t eland paid Into
to senta tram ry .MJ for the
benta of seeIal read fd district
No. 4 hm hie o county mles wasr

Report of uperintsate f county
hm re aow ea tht e bad sold pro-
dem from the coun* kait amount-
ng toS"aed the samewas paid
into county treary was received.
The county tresmur is hereby or-
deA to trandiar'to thed find itor-
feurn fund from the eaunty read
and bridge Mund the sum of ive hun-
Sdollar bdig a portion of the
SaM and foftme futd originally
trUasaeed to the rd and bridge

Finae = eard to of the
clerk of eirmit eee county judge
ad Just1em o tb Pame C. H. Nan-
man,,W. C. NMteri o, L. L Myers
J. M. Sandes and C. T. MecBride
were renved.
All dogs In rrevrrd ounty oamre-
quired to be musaled and all dogs
foude without mukes will be killed.
Notary pubie bond of John E. M.
Hodgosn was roved.
a dolletor's report of poll taxes
ellectseiduri tbe month of May,
1908, for the year 1908, auounting
to $.00O, was received.
Tax collector's report of licenses
coUeketa during the month of May,
1909, amunting to $19.00 for the
state and $12.00 for the county, was
received.
Bond of W. L. Pou to carry rifle
was approved and permit issued.
Bond of A. H. Townsend to carry
pistol was approved and permit is-
esed.
The treasurer's report was received
and the treasurer had attached to his
report a certificate showing that the
amount his report called for was on
deposit ih the Brevard County State
Sbank to his credit as county treasurer.
The tax assessor is hereby directed

to send out notices to the taxpayers
for the assessment of 1909 and he is
hereby allowed the sum of $125.00
for such services.
The publication of notice of equali-
zation of tax assessment of 1909 is
hereby given to THE FLORIDA STAR.
Petition of Chas. H. Nauman et al
citizens of Allenhurst and Shiloh
praying assistance on the road from
the north line of the county to Allen-
hurst was received and the board
will give all the assistance towards
the betterment of said road that the


At any rate they seem tobe different circumstances will admit.
from the usual run of Florida peo- Report of J. M. Osban showing
pie. Governor Gilchrist, at the re- that he had collected and paid into
quest of the Democraic executive the treasury $6.00 for special road
committee of the new county, has fund district No. 1 from hire of
named the first set of county officers, county mules was received.
He preferred a primary but the cit- Report of R. A. Conkling showing
iaens made it plain that they did not that he had collected and paid into
care to go to the expense and troub- the treasury for special road fund
e of an election and were perfectly district No. 3 $6.00 from hire of
willing to leave the selection to the county mules was received.
Governor, acting upon the advice of Report of John Coward, superin-
the county committee. Now that tendent of roads, of work done in
the appointments have been made, it district No. 5 was received.
is found difficult to induce any of the Theboard offers reward of $50
ds s to acspt. _. 'OC evidenee sfficient to convict any
O k I-iA-e l-lI-m U__ ___ _ .. ..
add as:e ..


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ILW.2- S.k pmlg ndh6ink. 6JaOW
IN gdk-l-- L


A. A. Dmu*nam..inp in.
aL P. &own. YLJ"IL.-


WF. anGeim "noteeuln em hmd
3mww PIlhed 5.,b Ib MC&. nhe_
4L IL UNmIB, pelley eubk NM ge
06 L Nauftwuk. whin -anw~b_

Tomeb wsat wa^bbaoi---
W.L111mommedh -A- l- c-r
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so
300)

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440
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a
40
60
no
so
m5
so
a5s
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o-
so
201


The lr s1r, pk tax m L t
4rel mitell eu ... rSo
A. A. Stehmr, dek's* *at -im em


A. A. Stewart, during st mtema ... 1
J. P. Brwa, ep. heag' Jim ablnobm a So
P. M. TYlor, averlpes for cr. eort- 2144
0.L UManevlle. reurinugelee. light
l a. Jen 's eae.---...-......----- To
B. WilsesM, Isamity order Walter

J. C. StplL pbhyida i iiinalty me- o00
H. 0. Utle,, physdain In i ityeam S 0
JAta H ay. msaMm i ity------- 100 o
J. P. Brown, exp. in isnamty me..-.. S
J. P Brwn, conveyiP Walter Dough-
arto I asylum e 1 s
Jim Hook, white Mat inquest..------- 00
Jack Baokb, wItm "at lql ----- IS0
Job Seldla-sk, witme at iBqnet- 0 1
J.. B ma .., wi as.at lmque-- 10
JC. a trma wite a i t nquest------ 100
J. wl, witem at nquest---...... ---to
Robert Brs, witamat Inquest.... -- 00
D.O.P~~~krk* rerlq-------~
D. 0. Rembert wim asm at iquen.... --
Amos Weste, wltpans a inqust--.. o00
Albert Trvis, wiaem a inque-...--- 00
RI C. Savage. witae at nquet .... -----
D. K. Stadley, wit at inquet ---- 10
J. C. Oiboet, wit at inqu...... - 1 0
J. I. Gamr, witne at inquest..--..- 00
a. F. Travis, jar atLques.......... 00
S8. Jones Juror at lique-------....--..
L. T. Dand, Juror at inquest- ......----
Jobs A. ake, Juror at inquest.----...- 00
L. C. J6hnson, jror at i .nques ------ 200
L S. Andrews, juror at inquest-----. 00
G. L. Mandaville, telepboe service-. 625
Andrew Frecher, comn for body of
Jim Robinson------------------ 1500
K M. Stoke, ferry---.......--------- 500
Gils A Johnbon, work at oourtouse
sad jaUi------ ---------------- 1865


OAD rFUND DIst. Xo.1.
0. W. Sharp. work on road
. N. Simmons, work on bridge......
E. L. Brady A Bro., feed for co. mules
J. W. Carlile, feeding, caring co. mules
J. W. Osban, road work--------
ROAD FUND DIST. O. 2.
Field A Schuyler, feed for co. mules..
8. J. Field, feed foreconnty mules-----
E. Wilson, hauling marl.--.......---
Martin Johnson, hauling marl------ -


300
925
15 68
150
550

2108
38P
600
3675


PIECIAL ROAD FUND DIT. NO. 2.
E. P. Porcher, aid digging ditch----...... 5000


ROAD FUND DIST. NO. 3.
E. B. Arnold, feed for mules, etc....----
James Oarver. supt. of rad.......--------....
J. 8. Stone, shoeing mules ----------.
Robt. Carver, work on stable for co.
mules.--.....----------....---...
R. E. Murphy, work on bridge.-....-
Fee A Stewart Co., tools.---------
J. R. Mathers & Son, work open'g road
ROAD FUND DIET. NO. 4.
C. B mith, cap and fuse------------.
Isaac Loyd, road work -----..........---
Moses Wiggens, road work------........--
Wm. Davis, road work_------------
Fred Barnes, road work----.------
Johnson A Paterson, feed for co. mules
N. M. Fish. road work and med. forco.
mules----------------------------
W. A. Hart, blacksmith work.---......
ROAD FUND DIET. ]No. 5.
S C. T. Warren. rad. work.-----......
Tom Carlile. etc.....
James Sheldon, -........
Wm. King. .........
Green Bro.. feed for mules...----....
John Coward, road work----..........-----
UAMI WARDIN rVND.
J. P. Brown, game warden ..........
FINE AND FOReITURrE FUND.


SA. Stewart, crime. pros. in ct. ct..
A. A. tewan, ..
J. C. Gibert, "J.P. ct. -.
Dmie Joo witness '


545
5475
4 15

450
4100
1000
2951

500
3075
1375
2730
2475
3490

4265
650

300
3550
3150
3225
4501
4200

35 00


IM9
2741
140


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4


of Florida and ittings.
19 Circular Saw%. 42 in. ua iti in
Notice is hereby given that T. E. White. 7 Edger Saw:.
purchaser of tax certificate No. 4U5, dated the 1 Cut-ofSaw.
2nd day of July. k. D., 1I0W). has filed said i Jump Saws.
certificate in my office, and has made applia. 17 Emery Wheels in saw filer rm.,
tiou for tax deed to i-sle in :*uolrdiance with 1. So ft. Carriage. i tniplete
law. Said certificate embraces th following I Haul-up Chain and Track cu plirt-
described property situated in Bro-vard county. I slab Conveyor. com ete.
Florida. to-wit: S. 213 ft. of lot S and N. 11 1 Lumber Conveyor C(ain. c tmplett
ft. of lot 6 and N. t of N. i of S. W. i. section I pile Haul-up Chain. about 15 liu it
1. township 22 south, range 36 east. The said 3 Sawdust Urate Ban.
land being raised at the date of the issuance 4 Locomotive Grate Bar.
of such certificate in the uame of f(. W. Mor- I Larle 24 in. Driving Belt. atta ht.l t..
ton. Unless said certiticateshal te rededeem each driving wheel on engines.
according to law. tax deed will isue thereon 1 Large Leather Belt.L 4 in. pulls nrrular
on the 29th day .f June, A. I).. 1900. main saw).
Witness my official signature and seal this 4 Caey-Hedges Boilers. 100 H I' ea ,h wit t
the 28th day of May. A. D.. 19W. complete ftting., self feeding.
A. A. STeWART. 1 Transier Fa*e ad ned mryslw .kis
Clerk Circuit Court Bnrvard County, Florida. handling member.
I Circuit Court I 1 Engine Sprin for Engine No. .M,.
Seal 1 I Oil Hose and contents.
1 Lumber Tranfer Car.
NOTICE 1 Blacksmith and wheelwright shr,. .
taiinng lot log chains shovels. sades i -
Notice is hereby given that the tax amrisor bar iron and steel from in round up t. ,
will meet with the board of county commis- in width; i oil boxes for log trucks.
sioners of Brevard county. Florida, at the 1 Pair Wheel on ales for tianlfer ,:r
clerk's office a Titlsville. Fla.. on the 5th day I Kegll I Bolts and Nuta
of July, 1909. at 2 o'clock p. m., for the pur- Of the above property the followmiX i,
pose of hearing complaints and receiving te- scribed. to-wit: "1 Battery of 4 builder, w.tt
timony as to the atlue of any property, real steam drum, casting Utting. column :rli
or personal, as fixed by the county usmeor era, smoke staek and standard castig. .
nf taies for the vtear 100 and of n rftetinu Innj o itiath n tl h tth anl dal.f t. ml .I... -.


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aetr rmrthe hie biddear for i foiU nwi
MSusie Gladin, re2nd primary. des e aS PIM mel MM ss g- t tlhmLsa
..D. r,LNo. -h E. E. M -- p- ade wiS ot ain I p T w -- fea) mat:
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kpingthat the bloas run be continued ia i b a
for the scholastic year 19091910, the u er a ite f v
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TheUboard adjourned to meetthe oamtie wr iatiwma i O
r pet itiona in fJy the patrons of com e rIs de
ored school No. 1a02 at Coeoa, was hemi, vres w.. E t M
jwesented and read, alsing t1^ **^ Utdhr d a pirt- a Extte X US
poimtment of Sadie J. Hogan. as eth J.dldAil.1P. M. lea r.
principal. The superinted anklent wasill Iihrd Cmd ut. i two c- tiler N
instrblted to assigned her to thamont por P., td Ik with nc
sition. TAT BiANK th re s i. ea. slina d
te fah y. cure Pmu rrr& in WLIAMme C.
The following assignments werer- I paaBelt, s in a
made for 1909-10: sprain or brPaie or wn 2 Teltsu i.
and you ara certain to be delighted with the 1I I. Belt. ilen.
Titusville, No. -IL. J. Overstreet, will aU t ute mgis rtam IntetS e
lothe oaf beltlg and ieemmUry Lttinw0 to o ray.
pitkipal; Francis C. Arnold, as- their laber 1ill n th Tlf.vi b-

sistant; Susie L Teeter, primary;niwe and other ma tcr.
Susie Gladwin, 2nd primary, dI erbd penweni Twsustye he.
bnFOR FLETCHER'S the to the r s f.. o
Cocoa, No. 16-E. E. Macey, prin- ale without res relative expense) vu:
pal; Clementine Singleton, st as- The pip line ex sibe. sawmill
O the pump ath -Smen e t..a,-
sistant; Ruth Farley, 2nd assistant; trs ofa mle io knbi; also the m-Ls
i e m all ople
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e oL Baw, i a 'u.Mearts- now ilas in &be
Morse, 2nd primary; Stella B. Mims, sawmill sbed; also the boiler sokLe et
primary. tinin thereto I the oier aod 0
Eau Gallie, No. 22-C. E. Shull, Oum. Alm & h re fero way1, hleomith
Itos nd principal; Gertrude Mendel, inter- ess ia the hEL-mit s A
mediate; Mrs. M. A. Macey, primary. USWISI (u I 'siIm*P as .5-
-pg apd sted seinS tbrnueqmsWirs
The board adjourned to meet the of aille-tof the sawmill heTitu-
first Monday in July at 2:30 p. m. Inclmudedisthe have dseed 3 .
are the fllwrig ankide swhieh will m lo
Vor aft Sprained Ankle Puma, Id isL. &d 2 i. s eathikd t,
As uMually treated s pnioed ankle will 1 RichoMrd Lue. a Mach. C. Boil., N.
disable the injured person for a month or 8IOU 115 H. P., andspomaok tafc with nfees-
wore, but by applying Cbamberlain's Lini- ary SLtap.
ment and observiug the direetions with each 2, 12S H. P. each. Hoe-m A esae *..**
bottle faithfully. a cure nry be effected in Gamble Co. Engines.
many cas in Ie. than one week's time. I 6 Iron Pulley.
This liniment i a most remarkable pnreurn- 1 RI. Belt, 2M in.
tion. Try it for a spraiu or bruise. or when 2 RI. Belts, S iu.
laid up with chronic or muscular rheumatism. 5 Bl. Belta, 12 in.
and you are certain to be delighted with the 1 RI. Belt, ( in.
prompt relief which it illordL. For sale by 2 RI Belts, 10 in.
Titouville Pharmacy. I Luekwr at Engine ruom crontcnt* *lua
lot of belting and neewary Lttings to >|Mrat'r
rChlldre> Cr- engine and other machinery.
Gnilir~ft Cry 1 Filer& AStowll Twin kgnffn Nu bS t..
FOR LETCHER'S ran the carriage for maiu aw.
3 Log Carta: I Dump Cart.
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de- In aaMlD eirles throughout
the entry is the UIhting of the Elee-
trsal eOpoltoa at Omaba by wireless


this bein t he fmt tine enh a thlt
has been achieved. It was dooe by
Dr. F. EL MIleer of Omaa. toivetor
of the wireless system ofYthting sch
Seaterprise, and the current used eame
from the government wireless station
at Fort Omaha. five mUes away from
the auditorium In which the expolstlon
waopened There were 4,000 itcan-
descent lamps, which tor four bour,
were kept glowng brilliantly by the
wireless current enerated so tar away


Ruefge Fr Wild Animals.
There s a project to set aside a part
of the Koao land for a national park.
t wiIh native antmatl will have a
pl-e of -nae.
ars L or OtAo, OA rrv o Tomo O,. 1
FaAK J. (~mny makes ath that he is
te -seor parterotofi e et F.PJ. Camrrx
Ad Oe, dlasb ld o ci ty ofTied o
emsw a se absemnsd.and" th a" Ami
win p ay the *of 0n Henadd Dellda fhr
eah sal every -e of eatr that emnase be
eaed by thewO ert HKA.a'aTA CUO
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W, dbr~ bye WA bmendrdh .-

TRAIN FOMIM
Waid Up fa Cahde mSpMIesan famiB *
Pd Wth KemhN-
A new eatune I spedal raupi ad
tl was .tb exe rint r.ce.tp
. mde oa the ine between Luado and
afteheter at the h- at tho lret
do show In the latter city. Thin tVtn
wasu ade up of coaees especially
eqlpped with keuets. so that the
valuable canem migt enjoy all the
comfortd of home and not become ua
duty excited and st out of condition
darl sh their eo ed journey. Then
amaiedt wre pr rlded with a straw
mattress ad a pnaikin of water.
whle they traveled In vans that wetr
steer heated.
The through trip, from Londo to
Manehester lasted ive oors, and a
tew stops were made at way stations.
wberl other dg bound for the sow
wrm taken aboard. A light lu ncepo
was served o route, which consisted
pridmepally of dog bicult, with slight
portion of cooked met scraps and
bread. Filtered -water onal was al-
lowed these pampered pets.
Accouuuodations for the owners of
the does were arranged for on the
train, and they were allowed to walk
thro th the kennel cars a: see that
their propeettr prae winner were
entirely com rtabl. This new system
of coaveyance Is reatl appreciated by.
fancers, who frequently have b es-
tated to send a valuable but delicate
dog any considerable distance by Taill
under the ordinary conditions of trans
portatlon.-Harper's Weekly.

A GRACIOUS SOCIETY QUEEN.
Mrs. William K. Vandelt) Jr., Is In
Demand at Charitrabe Funetions.
Mrs. William K. VanderbUt. Jr., s
one of the smart set who are much in
demand at society affairs for the bene-
St of charitable enterprises and she
I generally quite gracious In tendernlr


Photo by Paul Thompson.
M ws. wVfAaM K. VAMDKULT, J3.
her services. At one function of the
kind which enlisted the Interest of
many members of the fashionable set
recently she presided at a booth, and the
snapabot reproduced herewith show
ber on that oeeadson


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Our family wereall bora ad ralded In
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State of FlorAid
CMnty of Brevard.
SthBr day of Ma W pe a
sJobn re W. HonM. who e nt
the a Wve peoti sad hJsvin bees by
n s duly sworn, i ays po Oth, that o -
sery nameand mrk edto mid pe titio
waos ti adis th t ad Md of the par
portein to iga the.W. sad thes t aas o
ftbad. briy or dMa, aed in preebri b
aid saganerses or k a that thtis sats-
Wit ad a tde ap the d uoal knowledge of
@It t . JW.aOnrDa.
Sworn to sad sberibed befoarem, this3rd
day of May, 100. JoaN HI B r, (Seal)
Notary Public.
PITITIOW
To the Honorable Baard of County Commib-
sioems, Brevrd Co., FlMids.
Gentlemmen-We, the undersined register-
ed voters and real estate owner of the Aft
ommmgbmioo distrit, Brevard count, Flor-
ida. beinl a majority thereof, do mast repeet-
fully petition to your honorable body to levy
ansedal 5 mill tax for the year 1909 asint
all the taxable property in mid fifth commie-
sonern district, for thepurpose of building and
keeping n repair all the public roads in aid
district HisY CARLILK,
J. W. OonBA,
H. HoLTON. Committee.
Signature Witness
P. L. Kyer, Henry (arlile
John Coward, Henry Carlile
(eo. B. Gardner. Henry (arlile
has. E. Simmons, Henry Carhale
Tony Naydo. Henry Carlile
R. B. Chaudoin, Henry Carlile
W. E Goldsmith. Henry Carlile
Henry Holton. Henry Carlile
C. W. Griggs, Henry Carlile
J. C. Osban, Henry CUrlile
B. Cuyler, Henry Carlile
J. W. Osban, Henry Carlile
J. nowden. Henry Carlile
R.M. Singleton, Henry Carlile
J. M. MeCrory. Henry Carlile
N W. Windhau. Henry Carlile
SA. J. Cater. Henry Carlile
Ed. Sharp. Henry Carlil,
W. H. Drenatt. Henry Carlile
M. Pigue. Henry Carlile
O, A. A. Carlile. Henry Carlile
Andrew Gibson. Henry Carlile
. 8 Smith. Henry Carlile
J. W. Jamieon. Henry Carlile
L L. Price, Henry Carlile
E. A. Green. Henry Carlile
L. K. Myers, Henry Car ile
William King. Henay Carlile
W. A. Green. Henry Carlile
Joseph Warren. Heny Carlile
Elijah Lee. Henry Carile
H. A. Campbell. Henry Carlile
C. Lewis. Henry Ctrlile
W. E. Giltert. Henry Carlile
8. C. T. Warren. Henry Carlile
8. M. Moye. Henry Carlile
Jim Young, Henry Carlile
W. D. Campbell. Henry Carlile
J. F.. Cuyler. Henry Carlile
Charley MeCrory. Henry Carlile
A. J. Higginbothun,. Henry Carlile
Henry Carlile, T. A.-Carlile
T. J. Johnon, Henry Carlile
J. A. Rowland. Henry Carile
Oscar Strickland. Henry Carlile


M. B. Blocker, Henry Carlile
Dr. J. E. Miller. Henry Carlile
M. T. Mobley, Henry Carlile
A. P. Gruber. Henry Carlile
Joe Green, Henry arlile
S. J. Overtreet. Henry Carlile
J W. Wilson, Henry Carlile
Henry W. Royal, Henry Carlile
T. I. Frensley, Henry Carlile
C. W. Carlile, Henry Carlile
State of Florida,
County of Brevard.
On this 3rd day of May, 1900, personally
came before me Henry Carlile who circulated
the above petition, and having been by me rnt
duly sworn, upon his oath, that every
same and ark fixed to said petition, was,
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PI ULIVO One bottle pur, :-d to-day may save you a serious
sick spell tomorrow.
SMALL DOS, LARGE BOTTLE-PrUCE 0bc. GET THI GNUtEm
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500402 North 3eod Street, ST. LOUI, MO.
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to what you get. If you don't
some one else will hold on for you
and you'l find it hard to get it
again.
FREQUENT DEPOSITS
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cash. We'd like you to deposit
here. We're reliable, good adver-
tisers, and will help you to "hold
on" to what you get.
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...- of St. Augustine



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is to-day the Best NeaIsheld Lintment on the market.


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Fertilizer Costs Nothing

IDEAL Investment
Many seem to think that after the crop is set the trees
are going to mature it some way and anything they can save
on fertilizer is clear gain, but actual results prove that a sum-
mer fertilizing costs less than nothing. By making each
fruit a little larger many boxes are added to the crop and the
fruit brings a higher price. Then a luxuriant growth of bear-
ing wood is a necessary foundation for a large crop next year
and still further gain is seen in the condition of the trees. If
their vitality hasbeen kept up they are better prepared for
winter and or strong spring action than trees that have be-
come thoroughly exhausted and have to be nursed up before
they can respond to the call of spring.
Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
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atm i orprlent what the lat
Mt m anppmd to be saying, have
at revsd ineh oa the methods of
thak pwetaipes at more than 2,00
as age. There is as old saying that
It takes moe than oe swalow to
ane a msmmae. and in the ancekrt
Geek ictre- herewith reproduced twi
- ae po#rtrayd jok~ng over the ad
Seat of a bird of this species. The
Man oa the left says "Look. a swal-
lowr" "Yes, by Hercules!" answer
the other, while the slave boy at tbh
right add: "There she is! It is al
redy springg"
It Is a queer Journey around the
world that Max Dffek. a German art
Ist, is mkain. He began his unique
trip n Beri on May 10 and expects
to reach New Tek some time this
umir. he started out on his hands
with his legs thrown up and his feet
tw =tmd Wunde his mock. After travel-


hotoe by ThW ss.pw
Mae ofeow o snKA
A, am abwa Otmon- OK OB a
Iag in that peculiar fashion for some
dta e continued his Journey a.
reer skates, thm mounted a bicycle.
weot fto that to a bs and thence to
an automeob e Be was next found
riding o at ore whih was harnessed
to a dray and soon afterward wa
walking e his hands again before a
troop of soMers. He expects to adopt
all kinds at curious methods of travel
d Is making the circle of the globe
on a wager. It was this same Duffek
who not long ago walked down the
90 steps of the Washington monu-
meat on his hands, making the de-
scent it thitfahio n i 8ty-eight and
one-half minutes.

That man is not more whimsical than
nature is shown by some of the curl-
ou things that exist in thepart of the


t -im. oasminat mer Dmg &e.-

BIND MAN, GEOMETRICAL FAN
Pere Out Plays en Iasebell Dia
---d by Leetng the "Spat."
Although h ha been blind froa
early boyhood he I able to follow a
baseball game and derive enjoyment
fbi It-that is the experience of Clar-
eIe Hawks ao Hadley, Mass. He
my there Is o one In the grand stand
who "ee" more of the game than be
"I always try to get such a seat that
the diamond will be a geomtrical fg-
b be hoe ma," say Hawk. "Then
I cp keep the players and their posE
tfo from becoming confused. Oppe-
ate irt and third bass and directly
behaid te home plate are my favorite
"I can the tell most of the plays as
they are made by noticing how far
away the 'spat' of the sphere t from
me. Occasionally It is hard to tell
whether a certain play is made by the
shortstop or second baseman, but there
s usually some clew that makes It
clear. ,
"When the umpire calls "Play ball!'
my nerves are keyed to the highest
pitch and my eas strained to catch
the slightest sound. I am tired when
the last man is out. but no small boy
et the bleachers feels better paid for
coming than I do."

MIUTIA ON BATTLESHIPS.
State Naval Feres to Take Part In
the Coming Maneuvers.
Naval militiamen of the eastern
states for the first time since their or-
ganIatlon are to have the benefit of
training on board regular battleships.
Thi was decided the other day by the
department, and twenty-one compa-
nies of militiamen will get instruction
In seamnaship in company with regu-
lar crews from July 11 to Aug. 7, says
a Washington dispatch. One company
of militia, numbering sixty men and
four officers, will b assigned to a bat-
tiship, while the staff and commad-
Iag officers of the militia will have
pecal opportunities for instruction.
Maine will have one company for
such training, Massachusettts nine,
Rhode Island three, Connecticut one,
New Jersey two, Pennsylvania two
and the District of Columbia three.
All of the New Bugland militiamen
will oin the battleships when they
are off Provlncetown, Mass., the oth-
er being taken aboard at the most ac-
easible ports at which the battleships
may atop.

MONUMENT OF A PLAINSMAN.
Ineeription Found on Kansas Rook
Carved In 12 Marks a Grave.
A cattleman sitting on a fiat lime-
tone ledge in Stanton county, Kan., a
few days ago noticed rode letters cut
into the ledge says a Johnson (Kan.)
4ispatch. He left off counting his cat-
tle and laboriously cleaned the stone.
What he read was this:
"W. H. McTntand, frozen, Nov. 18,
18"2.
This ledge was found in Stanton
county, Kan, section 12. range 48,
township 29. It is supposed that some
plainsman was caught In a storm and
died there, leavgla the simple inscrip-
tion on the age old oek to monument
hbl undug grave.


No Poso asket Per Mrs. Taft.
Mrs. Taft has made simplicity the
prevailing note in fashions In WAsh-
ngton. She wears few Jewels. Her
frocks never are elaborate, and she
bas shunned any suggestion of the
peach basket hat. Her example, of
course, has been followed, as was that
of Mrs. Roosevelt when she was in the
White House. Mrs. Taft's spring and
early summer hats have been of lin-
gerie or straw. She has shown partial-
ty for sheer Unens, which are em-
brodered and ttiUh..ed with heavy
laea. oce she became mistress of the
White Hose few Parisian gowns have


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Fm e at weat-0teI ds MN
***WI Ktle Arbla hjtbs R epr ated.
tndet .w weed eotribta by tuae gmv.
-smeon ad o ers of every te and
terkery at the Amwteea Uniou. each
state amM teritly beams eprmented
by a partiaar knd of native timber,
me oat the most salq maps of the na-
tios ever madt thet United States
stands practically completed io a et-
tern shop o Ontario Wrest, io n -
eago. The map when finished will be
placed at the cabin of the new steel
steamer United states now being com-
pleead at Manitowoc.
It was because e of th name of the
new boat that the owners were led to
plan sme feature that would bear a
bit at wood of each of the states. The
plan was broached to every governor
and territorial officer In tbg ation.
with the result that each state sent Its
block at wood. Each governor was
asked to send the kind of timber that
be thought best represented the wealth
of his state's torests. Pine Is more
extensively represented than any other
kind of wood, no less than thirteen df-
ferent states selecting this kind. They
were Nevada, Arsona. Colorado, New
Mexico. Booth Dakota. Minnesota, Lou-
isiana, Bouth Carolina, Georgia. Flor-
ida, New York. New Hamabihlre and
Alabama.
Mimourt. Arkansas, Ohio, Maryiand
and the District of Columbia sent oak.
Fir was sent by Washington and Or-
egon, and California sent a beautiful
piece of redwood. Utah sent honey lo-
cust; Idaho. cypress; Montana, larch-
wood; Wyoming. box elder; North Da-
kota. basswood: Nebraska and Indi-
ana, cherry; Kansas. Oklahoma. Iowa.
Kentucky. North Carolina and Penn-
sylvania, walnut.
Texas sent a piece of mesquite. Wis-
consin contributed birdseye maple.
Tennessee chose red cedar and Missis-
silppL gum, while both Michigan and
Vermont are represented by fine pieces
of maple. Connecticut sent chestnut;
West Virginia, poplar; Virginia. Juni-
per: New Jersey. white cedar: Maine,
beech; Massachusetts, elm; Rhode
Island, mulberry, and Delaware, assaa-
fras.
The state of Illinois furnished a
great deal of material for the map. In
the constellation it is represented by a
fine piece of hickory selected by the
forestry department of the state. But,
in addition, for all of the wood by
which the water surface is to be repre-
sented Illinois sycamore/has been se-
lected. This material has been treated
by a creosote plant at Palmyra, where
the timber tn the log ts subjected to a
pressure by which the sap is driven
out and a coloring material injected.
When the log is afterward sawed into
thin boards the grain bears a greenish
hue, almost exactly like the color often
seen on Lake Michigan's surface. The
grain of the wood has a wavy appear-
ance, and from this material the two
oceans that border the nation and all
of our great lakes have been shown on
the map.
The governor of Pennsylvania sent a
piece of wood of great historic Interest.
It was cut from a walnut tree that
stood on Culps hill at the battle of
Gettysburg. The block that was sent
contained a bullet that had been shot
into the tree during the great conflict.
Practically all of the leaden missile re-
mains in the block that now fits into
the map, and it indicates the exact
geographical location of the famous
battlefield. Sixty-three bullets were
taken from the tree from which the
Pennsylvania block was sawed.
Iowa sent a piece of a door panel
taken from the door of the home of
one of the pioneer Judges of the Hawk-
eye State, and Utah sent a sample of


wood from Its great Mormon temple.
The blocks of wood were reduced to
a thickness of about a quarter of an
Inch, then marked off from a stencil
made from a standard map of the Unit-
ed States. Each state block was then
subjected to the jigsaw and sawed to
its exact geographical shape. Then
they were dovetailed into each other.
the blocks fitting as evenly as if they
had grown In the shape in which they
were formed. The base to which the
blocks were glued is made of five ply
whitewood, the piles crisscrossing each
their the whole making a thickness of
about an inch and a half.
Our neighbor countries have been
brought Into the map, Mexico being
represented by mahogany A ld Canada
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HOME WITH AN ALPINE PLANT
Mis. See -- e tno S tart an Edel*
waes Garden at Tuxedo.
Mrb. Alfred Seton of Tuxedo Park.
who returned to New York with her
husband and two daughters on the
French liner La Provence the other
day from a tour In the Alps. brought
home an edelweiss plant which had
been transplanted from its almost In-
accessible haunt In the Simplon pass.
6.50 feet above sea level, to a basket
of such scanty Alpine soil as nourishe
the hardy clusters.
Mir. Seton has carefully nursed the
alien white cottony bush for over a
month and has hopes of starting tI
Tuxedo Park no edelwel.s garden.

Miss Taft's Aid to Poo. Widow.
Miss Helen.Taftluas become a rolun.
tary agent fir a widow In New Haven.
Conn., who hab been maklng a hard
fight to give her only son n college ed-
ucation. Tb: b y now Is a student In
Tale, and he in kept there by the lean
profits from candy made by his moth-
er and sold pirlivttely. Miss Taft beard
of the brother's devotion. acd she
wrote the widow a trnpathetic letter.
The president's daughter offered to
push the sale of the widow's candy
among her fellow students In Bryn
Mawr. The offer was accepted, and
the Bryn Mawr girls now consume
most of the widow's output.

Life Saving Sand Anoher.
A new life saving apparatus for ships
Includes a pand anchor to be fired
ashore to fasten the line to which It
Is attached, regardless of the presence
of persons to lend aid.

A FAT
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R. 'Nationals. Isa. h rity and the Direst Poverty.
[blnm e0 ( player bni ng ..Governur Fert of New Jersey recent-
ad triaew is har' at ly spoke of Abra ham o hlaer. the' we!




D.meahan dM mome plfbh- known New tork lawyer aid politlesil

^ tM W 4 he- premed for estad. W~ile It is true that Colonel Gruber'

the resu n was o awyer and r t. .t ort the or t o
vl - tef 4 ploye" Mearas a.G tegovernu ort of New Jaerey idnrcnt
r j e & tr.& h a I. bhow koe of Abraham is rpu. the et: a
plea-. ndemban did mome pticr- kown New York lawyer anl polhl<:ai
Sfr t- Waglbngtor and Baltimovr Wader. *as *,that mystifying comblim


~ or twice wda the Manwer. a man of Insight hu to life and a p airm r
tMi woba Mt pred the beat n.M Proably In s hi own state uCloner
SWhat ylee atf do." Ol ber Is tas well known as al poet a
agr we etppldy was or tL e Is an r lawyer, politician, oirtor.
btlnvdr do-iq e dae hris was in philosopher or humorist. Wldethe int
Oitked Brenahan. bow de ba spread hil nwputnr tlhi: ai
""Once or twice." was the answer. a man of Insight Into life and affailr.
UitaaaF y*l goirhtod ft bat BOW Probably In bis own state Cotone'
Sua -t you cal do.** Gruber Is as well known as a poet a-
-BaaT w-J -ehtd t-M OI* ad has te Is as a lawyer. politician, orator.
-o behAnd 6v"W Mme This was in phlosopher or bumorist. Whether lo
ad the first man who tried to serious or comic vein his veres find
asl f-an I was thrown out by ready commendation from the public.
-i iah t" a t han hasM de- ad editors tell him that he will be
Saea of te S ateae game's ae to make a Itving with his pen
t expert catchers should he retire from the law. 01O
eajiy Bbheekard. left eMder of the -
ieago. NettlsW.ad oati the bit
lbrovers in to e game. *SsIOnce sa

as a p r b fo he bClev nto the big
wM nra ks. w tb Brooklyn to
wolas t rowe ,* Vhic


noem there's Bo Wallahe of the
fU. Loo A merican. The canny scot
was a ptlhe r or the Clefor a prior
tea bee.ml a mr thdrd ekeor and a
Lsed man with the sof the Abes pitcher
be Vas Peaw so ad probbl c d





ltbe u as th B mrees oe t m nt *a# he
--II(I'"b4! bw a m 0 be

was ao sfct t C third semane bet of writ
o hs y e (a wo exee
Ano atfrom fro the the b was partner wen bgan e pra
S e t law la New Ter taa who
timalaThe KMid wt*s fr ha a timr tt
a p berq. Tbhe be drifted to second
'ae atnib ecame oe of the best. DurBor-
16nghis~u~.r,.mjr rdIto Ln
t bt it wa Ve to i east si morning the New York
those grs for the altimores one moth wayse pritha a poem by Colr-
St a r piOmher but abouber, and a monstA e am e ound















years age he ptebed a to 2 w tb u t'" es lael.
iI -g raet theo Piteas. De- probably the best o ef s w ritins.







asty, Pk aad other tagger were sh aas he cold n borrow, who be was
n the P s at a e, v'a ye1r ol. ankd e alway was sure
n it ig te from the law partner wbn b bea the p r
t 4te4. 4k Atl, Wrrea a J daring o T ct tityg go ar d awho
t that 'wr 6Mwe Toa ws madand unmade menth tor i prow-
a toO aM .t90w bIoom. ie In-the MOdM of states anshbtp.
,aBee u am -~e Tl. ,oe were t carlleer that oel G tbr da
ewwit i. eghu the lt a d rg what wmu hbe aomt dered re
wao aasa l M.tt, Mbed y to be enty e. 8oat In the poaerk. To ear
ea toMetbe. wasM aat to ri hot t eat e state wo still lve oas


















g-g Lage .... paiige for the ameo.,..ced that t-" owner went to
w T. w-- w- the pw.f na p .to school drs It tombis broth-
mm in eof t o twho had a lItte t gcer store.
MA ?4iNowLa ofmche beo a wbodowe. Reavver
tLag pih ul 'klwr. as5 bow oeld th e aru,-o- r-ue:uit
jut a idr liewr. but about nine of clothes untilbe was od enough to
oyearo er pilted s a tP aSi fe M bru them mlef.t d

elaut, lck a ud oher l uog l tere sth he achld borrow, wha n be oas.
ar the Phitll. ath t e wa i. n ytr old. and he always was slurP
wa god ha t da t em msa e tt he would bea gtrset harer some
was ptlching for the NW ia theg1 day-If he didn't have to keep on sell.
ts Hek u r arrest a jarlorng out hlg grres
in that bat el hid. You weold Dot be1le thse'story it
r 4 b.U ,i boc ike TIer- ys were tO all o- Oiiei Oaber to
ulIr .adt sIeed psher forte day In hid well eiped w oe eoy-
New or i teo egtir, but, a In mlng what would be almost two' crem
the cem eit other. It ws Nn tt he of space and in which he employs
wu a nsurl h and ikely to be tyemty assitants and calrks To bhear
o o m dau to i -team elehr im argu ing cses before the higher
the i the b He y ms to rhtlct eaou sId ats would still lave you
Nlda mieodm u ti p1I, for the umicvled that the owner went to
New Teuks whim t wn tho pea a o ashol drssed in his broth-
neat ao '-Y ~ eu'so etot loeth and that ha bhd to

inrolihre h trnd h U i thre h.rours eek m ermiu b rshoo
o db aSm winmt n Colornel Gruh h an epeims ..Ir-


dg- c .a m* th4 eiher, eWt It was iy tegh Mbwigng Wuper af the
at 1 8 00 ld SAt ba mie p Pritvatlsa htobi dam o S evl
his bat repratloti aa a ball player. daced ho bb taM the S ewlNg
le the POl m sev -l years p:


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- oa eersm' whano a gt .
e- the Atisati et ammer I as
sipb esppa 1mW .elag the h
Amtek t d Oe e einOm at Frea uwe

etMa-t, where be to gsle to selet
M dirigIble r what be hepes wUi b
a bltomry ara amenruae
Mr. Brucker has Mi trip al plo-mm
t and ee ano pemblle laegae "as on
woty hea iL-Me o nt mmed. lt uh
be Is goain to ussa dIrglble, a shp
about one-third the stae of Count Zep
pelin'. Is the northeast trade wtnd
and not gasoline that he is dependtag
a for power, and It Is meteorology
and not meeha om that be win make
the selentle bass of his trip.
"I am not a mer'bh ,"b he Mid. "1
am a meteorologist. I have been mak-
tag a study of the trade winds. and.
while little t known of them ia high
altitudes, I believe It will be simply a
matter of keeping In the current to
make the pasage In four days. It
didn't take mariners long to discover
that the air and ocean currents were
of the greatest Importance to them.
Well, surely the air currents are of
vastly more Importance to the aero-
naut. That Is exactly the trouble- with
-most o our aeronauts. They are me-
chanlcs, and when they bave ,built
their ships or balloons they consider
their work finished. As a matter of
fact. It is only begun.
"I shall start probably from Cadis.
Spain, next May or June. Then, If
can land on any one of the West In-
dies. that Is all I am looking for: then
I shall have made a record that will
be bard to beat It may be Cuba.
Barbados, Martinique-any of them.
"I have been laughed at. to be sure.
But why? They tel dTe no airship
an carry enough gasolne for four
days. Perfectly true. My gasoline
will be used only in an emergency. To
all Intents and purposes I shall be a
balloonist, depending on the air cur-
rents for my motive power. They tell
me also the trip is dangerous. My
dear air, Mr. Wellman' expedition to
discover the north pole, with all Itl
posiblllties of freeing and starvation.
is Infinitely more dangerous. But they
do not laugh at Mr. Wellman."
As a precautionary measure Mr.
&tucker will have the "car" of his ship
built on the plan of a submarine boat
looking, as he sid. a good deal like
the Monitor of civil war days.
"We can make the trip in bathing
suits, and it we fall we will pull the
manhole shut. There is no particular
danger, really."
Mr. Brucker Is a Chcagoan himself.
though recently he has not been living
there. For ten years be was editor of
the Illinois Staats-Zeltung and subse-
quently was made commissioner to
Germany for the St. Louis exposition.
He Is a friend of Count Zeppelin, the
German aeronaut. and expects valua-
ble aid from him In the tmra ntlantl-'
trip.
"The Wright brothers and Couot
Zeppelin agree with me." he said. "that
It Is perfectly within reason that a bal-
loon or airship properly constructed
would cross the ocean safely."
At Frankfort-on-the-Main Mr. Bruck-
er will confer with builders, aeronauts
and meteorologists, select his airship
and plan the detais of his flight.
Tou ever Can Tell
Just exactly the oma of your rbeumatismn.
but you know you have it. Do you know
.that Bsllad's Snow Liniment will eare it?-
relievs the pain-reduace the swelling and
limbers the joint sand maseles o that you
will be as active and well as you ever were.
Price c., and $1.00. Sold by all drug-
sis.


Classy Colt FOeled
A ftll brother to ighbalL winner
of the American Derby In flO, has
been foaled at Major Thbamu J. Car-
son's Dixiana stud. The colt is by
Ben 8trome-Strychna and is a bay
with a small star and black points.
Major Carson says the ryngster bears
a striking resemblance to Highball.
toUmEh Trouble
Many S smaar'sae ase o stomaeh troubles
have bes sbd by Chm erWom' Stomach
ad Liver TbMeL Owe an who had spent
over two theumad dllas sfor medicine aod
StrSmeIt was ead by a few boxes of these
tabls. Priess ucent. samples fee at TI-
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Mmre 9m A.drikM.

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Sb an s amount road clatin-
W troae hood wr ha been doe-


dst,tha read b doe to thembank
In orme plem.
i bs, ba- n game of last Thur
day between aE GalAe .and Cocoa
wa wawe attend. d rm.dlg n favor
ri anealle. TheoW, . gave
thao Vt tema advance I the opers
home. Miade was furnished -by Mrs.
T. Hal ad Mi Anita Canova

MINMary AMan aMd Mi Mary
Wittld ihoiped in Coos Tuesday.
Mr. i Mrs. Ardde Cmibers cal-
ebrated their third wedding ania-

Dr. Hawk and Brother Porter and
son. Merlin the guests of
Grandma MuaNon over Sunday.
Mr. asd Mrs. Will Glemon and two
bldrn came up an their own launch
l atte ed the services and basket

Rev. and Mrs. White came over
Saturday p.m. and Oaid over until
I'e*day with F. W. Munson and
fami,
Mm. A. L Broaer and Beth spent
Saturday, Sunday and Monday with
Mr. Jane Taylor, Mrs. A. B. Carter
and Mrs. Baldwin.


Mis Eva Owen went to Indianola
last week to visit with friends and
while there attended the dance at
Cocoa Friday night.
Mr. Lee Baldwin came down last
Thursday to put up the new gasoline
lamp in the church, but it cannot be
used until a permit is obtained from
iurance company.
Mr. Trafford camedown last Thurs-
day topack up his things here and
hp Cocoa Saturday a m. on the
Myst. The sale ofthe Lyman grove
ha bea finished up.


the eMsee

)e by all. We -Rdi
Pfriewk very ma
B ruin Br -uh rrvi
Msrthbrisn town~
) afte thibwat tl
w4 l forcP of me
-b and thnp anre
Ylu day.
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but it was not to be. The devoted
mote r si eetrd Faen ha
gone to her reward, leaving her ci-
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n ~ir Pof hr"none knew her bu tor,
and Dr., ghlett, named her but tysician,
thought ad n nrstshewobld recover,
but it as not to be. The devoted
ie, mother, sister and friend has
gone to bmedad, leaving her cil-
dren the april see od"cy of are spnoble



S week look- applicable to her.
asmW= -v love her, none named her bunt to
-prais," ad inOa nobMer, spiritual
i.d our City meaning we all feel that our Savior's

red from the for they 'ahl see God" are ads
d@ weeklook- appliable to her.
be polat. He Husband, children, relatives and
m at work for friends, she cannot retuin to you,
bply in tow but may you join h in that better
World where parting is unknown.
rinff to euard A FRIEND.


Ifa ydroph a BSeveral dogsl
I a iw WITSal omane of
IdB||'j"i' 'alr niiuMBBsifor tem.
A.y dogs straying about town will
sot be safe, as quite a number of
rays have been about and they are
ia leto be dot a belonin to the
number. Don't bring your dogs to
Georgian unless they have a collar
orr maule.
Mr. H. M. Le died June 6th at the
sanitarium at Clifton Springs, after
many weeks of illness. His many
friends on the river will be glad to
know that he did not suffer as the
victims of caer usually do. His
wife and children are with him. They
have the loving sympathy of all of
our people. Mr. ILe and family were
among or oldest settlers, having
spent more than twenty winters here,
and be was loved by all who knew
him.


AU I)AT.T.TY
Mrs. R. Snell spent Monday in
Jacksonville.
The B. Y. P. U. is holding a series
of meetings this week.
Capt. J. Bryant, of Miami, is spend-
ing a few days this week with his sis.
t*r.
W. H, Gleaon and family ex-
pect to leave the first of the month
for Colorado.
Mr. Ray Mos arrived Sunday
night on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
J. 0. Andrews.
Mrs. Calder and children left
Thursday for Fort Pierce, where Mr.
Calder is at work.
L. D. McMillan left Friday for
Marathon, where he expects to work
during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mathers and
children arrived on Wednesday, after
a pleasant visit in Georgia.
Prof. E. E. Maey assisted by Prof.
C. E. Shull, of Melbourne, is giving
his home a new coat of paint.
Mr. Bly, a prominent lawyer of
DeLand, spent a few days of this
week with his old friend, Rev. J. B;
Hawk.
Mr. Ohi, of Yamato, arrived on
Wednesday and the colony will ar-
rive later. They will soon begin
work on their place west of town.
Prof. and Mrs. E. E. Macey spent
Friday and Saturday at Melbourne,
attending the missionary meeting
Saturday at Miss Cummings at Mel-
bourne Beach.


Quite a number attended quarterly
meeting at Georgian, going up in
the launch Mystic. Basket dinner
was served under the she trees at


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Tituville women know how the
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Corner Julia ad Palm Streta one block eat
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