Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 07 2, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00708
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909


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Oetal Dixe. -They d ths wAt
Cooderre tea upI Georgia.
Mr. DoraDelmsi d g ra naidaughter,
MisManf de- akr, andHttlegrandson
Prd D Careye, leave nt week for
Jae Mevill tn empany with ber daugh-
ter, Mr. Phllips, and wil spend a
mosth or so three with her son, Mr.
Augqut Diener, and Mrs. Philnps.
Mr. Lura C.,Curtis left yesterday
for Palatka whe she wi visitberson,
Mr. Carl C. Cartis, for a few days e
having for the mountains of Western
North Caroaa to spn the sumer.
Mrs. Curties pt the past seven
months aTitsvile very pleasantly and
will probably return here t winter.
Advisory storm warnings were sent
eat by the weather buru from Jack-
s ville Tuesday monng to all posts in
Flor' on both Atlantic and gulf coasts
that a swiftly moving storm had ben
discovered in the Gulf of Mexico Mon-
day night, moving easterly. This warn-
ing for some reason was notsent to Ti-
taville and *ceomt*** for the high south-
eat winds all day Tuesday. Nodamage
of consequence has been noted in this
section.
Fred Scobie's New $15' Auto
Mr. Fred Scobie arrived yesterday
afternoon from Jacksonville with his
new purchase, a Mitchell 30 h. p.
touring car, making the run in 7
hours and 55 minutes from Jackson-
ville to Titusville. The chaffeur is
giving Fred instructions about his
car before returning to the metrop-
olis. Who will be the next one to
follow suit? Titusville ought to have
a dosen cars this year.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES
White Mountain ice cream freezers
Stone churns, fruit jars and rubbers
Walters white jackets and aprons
Galvanid screen wire 80, 32,84 inch
Pump leathers. Billy Possums
Cas. GARDNm 'Phone 342

For Rent
Furnished rooms with privilege of
ight hourkeeping. Apply to Mrs.


18,hin of SMer DaJJLOCAL GOSSIP
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l eae the new t^ ewlenow on ex. Don bBM .
a00 mina ofQeen Qiait' a I|
yt. YetIt iooo tan, be to n met Othe ael t f te st
dmrad. New aitinew have jut t
balm ao=nletd that will make the Vill su Te Crs i
Tdi tvit8,000 pirs. What MiaMagi, ere h
tre 3s. attes t to the popularity 6m lu egrob he
of "Qen Qualit" shoes. You di Smind gwi
bouldlse the new styles now on ex- DodmOf bdihang.
hiMBto, otood tan, brown, patent On account of the ster.
ather and vdd. All new stock. mail boat postponed the
Mal ords a specialty, until Wedneday.
WINSTON S. BANNING Mr. E. E. Knox return
Titevtille, Florida from Miami, where he


SCanned Fr dom sad Guavas
MelbourneBech, Fla., June 26,1909.
NOW sr dths F nam ra.
The MaKinl administration,
wielding slowly to popular clamor,
and n spite of Tom Reed's protest,
fuir hed "Manned freedom" in job
lots to the lands of the ea; and
ty are shiig it back to us in
manner and form at present unsatis-
fctory to consignees.
Here ian extract from a letter I
have received today. The writer is
the owner of a manufactory of pure
guava jellin Brea unity. A year
WMO lat ieptemnber I visited his can-
n ain tor and ound him running
diteen automatic boiling pns by
heat of a ne jets, tting .50

worth ojely out of er buhel of
guavas wat i fle. b. and un-
able to all ahi or which were
coming in every mail from New
York, Omaha and San Francise'osix
orders in one day from New York he
had to turn dowi.
Now, read what he says under date
of June mth, 1909:
'"Or IoN p-* r are crowd-I
ag -anof Our own om t y from the
c ap labor fwatgwwld,
so s-pa-s to nao a. All t ear
northern cities e fue that kind of
uff, and it is hurting the market for
fine goodt."
The remedy for this condition is
for guava growers to organize and
prepare the northern markets to re-
ceive our guava shipped fresh and
direct to mcnsemers to make their
ow jellJ and their own cannedguava
fruit. t isusulyu pposethat the
guava is too soft and perishable for
ipping. It is so for handling on
commimson and grocery exposure,
awaiting sale, but not so for shipping
direct to consumers or to the trade
for immediate transfer to the con-
sumer when.orders are taken in ad-
vance.
I shipped guavas to Chicago last
September in the 24 quart tomato
carrier baskets by express and had
them arrive in fine condition for use.
The guava area in the United States
is limited to a small section along the
east coast of south and south central
Florida. Here by selections of the
best kinds we can produce a fancy
fruit and by organizing to ship it, as
I have suggested, be away ahead of
and independent of our "foreign pos-
sessions. OLIVER GIBBs.

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun-
day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m. and
at Tituaville at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. H. F. Harris will hold divine ser-
vice on Sunday morning at Mims and in
the Methodist church, Titusville, in the
evening.
Rev. Elmer E. Shafer, of Melbourne,
will preach at the City Point church
on Sunday, July 4th, at 10:30 a. m. All
are cordially invited to attend this ser-


vice.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Johns church, Eau Gallie, on Sunday
morning, July4th, at 10:30 o'clock and in
Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, on Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's trousers made of excellent
quality of worsted, peg top, turn
over cuff, special $2.49 per pair, end-
less variety of patterns.
Also another lot made in the height
of fashion, worth $4.00, special $3.49.
Men's neglige shirts, collars at-


E. L Brady Co., for about


Oe of Titu-
liad Go
a moved her
room the

the Artsia
Tuesday trip

d Wednesday
was with the
t a month.


A copnicatewtion from Mr. W. F.
Green from Atlantic City states that he
will be there until after the 4th of July.
Mrs. T. A. Coleman ad little daugh-
ter have returned from Jksnville,
where the little girl has been taking the
Pasteur treatment.
A rowing skiff was picked up during
Tuesday's storm. Owner can secure
same by proving property ad paying
for this notice at Ta STAt office.
Mr. L J. Dunnam expects Mrs. Dun-
nam and son home tomorrow or next
day from Jacksonville, where they have
been the ast few weeks under the Pas-
teur treatment.
Mr. A. W. Lee received a cute little
motor boat Wednesday for the use of
is boys. The craft has 1% h. p. motor
and is said to make eight miles. She
ought to go in the race Monday.
Mr. W. J. Krome, engineer in charge
of the Florida East Cast railway ex-
tension to Key West states that at the
present time then is in the neighbor-
hood of 2,500 men at work on the exten-

The baseball game at Cocoa yesterday
between Cocoa and Titusville was called
after several innings on accountof rain.
When called the game was 5 to 4 in fa-
vor of Cocoa. The Titusville boys re-
turned home last night.
A letter received by the editor from
Mr. Alex Carlile, who is in Joelton,
Tenn., states that there are plenty of
fine black berries and cherries there,
but that peaches are a short crop. He
expects to remain in Tennessee until
September, when he will return to Ti-
tusville. In the meantime he is enjoy-
ing the fruit, climbing hills which are
thicker with growth than Turnbull
hammock, and having an all-around good
time.


Building a Racing Motor Boat
Mr. R. R. Gladwin, of Fort Pierce,
is building a 30-foot racing motor boat for
Mr. F. M. Andrews, of Sewalls Point.
The craft was designed by Whittelsey &
Whittelsey, of New York, and isa racer
pure and simple. The beam of this hull
at water line is four feet and she is far
different in model from the speed boat
of general lines today. A Roberts 6-
cylinder 45-60 h. p. motor is expected to
drive her about 24 or 25 miles per hour.
A turtle deck with excessive round ex-
tends to the bulkhead with hinged lids
for getting at the motor. The cockpit
is eight feet lonk and the propellor is
placed on a line perpendicular with the
stern transom which is square, necessi-
tating two rudders, one on each side of
the propellor. The outcome of this new
boat and what she will do will be eagerly
watched by all the sporting motor boat
men in the state.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
For Sale
Mason & Hamlin organ.
WM. STONES',
Titusville, Fla.
Motor for Sale
Three-cylinder four cycle marine
engine complete, equipped with both
jump spark and make-and-break.
Will be sold for less than half first
cost; as good as new. Address M. L.
care STAR office.
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ld-Sumaer Sale at Kllli's
MONDAY, JULY 5, 1909.
EveryWu must go, price makes
no diffeence, profits crificed.
It will be impossible for us to enu-
merate all the bargains we have for
you, but come and be convinced.
Unbleached domestic, yard wide,
excellent quality, 14 yards for $1..
Amokeag apron checks, all colors
and all sizes of checks, 12 yards for
Good quality of cambric yard wide
I2V cents per yard.
Galatea cloth in checks and stripes
36 inches wide, Monday only, 15 cents
per yard.
Ladie' nightgowns handsomely
trimmed, special 59 cents.
Children's hose fine ribbed, worth
20 cents, Monday's special 15 cents
'Silres shields, specially good
for enmnwr dresses, worth 25 cents,
Monday only 19 cents per pair.
Boys' knee pants, made of an ex-
cellent quality of light weight cassi-
mere bloomer style, sizes 3 to 17,
Monday only only, 75 cents per pair.
Unbleached sheeting, 9-4s, best
quality special 25 cents per yard.
Ladies' white linen parasols with
row of Irish crochet insertion, worth
$2.00. special $1.19.
Rajah silk parasols, all colors,
inch, the new directoire handles,
worth 2.50, special $1.79.
Special prices in trunks and dress
suit cases.


JULus KUNE,
Titusville, Florida.

CANAVIeR-AT.
J. B. Butler and F. M. Wilson went.
to Georgians in Mr. Wilson's launch.
Mrs. W. E. Chandler and Mrs. John
Eberwein, of Artesia, were visiting
friends in Canaveral Sunday.
Hunters have disturbed some of our
people by shooting eight or ten, shots
near their house at 2 o'clock in the
morning.
Capt. and Mrs. Henry Wilson are ex-
pecting theirgrand-children, Miss Grace
and Robert Ranson, Jr., to make them
a visit this week.
Miss Edith Burns, after a short visit
here, departed Thursday for Gaines-
ville, where she will remain several
weeks ere returning to Miami..
Allan Livingston and Craig Hopkins,
of Eau Gallie, were up last week tocap-
ture the sixteen-foot gator that lives in
the lighthouse pond. They were not
successful.
Assistant-Keeper J. B. Butler, ac-
companied his brother-in-law, Capt.
Oleson, to Eau Gallie Monday in the
U. S. launch, Snow Drop.. This is Mr.
Butler's first visit to Eau Gallie.

5 or 6 doses '666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.


Inlet Meeting at Eau: Gallie
At the meeting held at Eau Gallie
yesterday in regard to opening an
inlet at Sebastian, Messrs. E. E. Ma-
cy, E. B. Arnold and G. F. Paddison
were appointed a committee to con-
fer with the county commissioners
at their July meeting to see if any
part of the fish and game warden
fund can he appropriatt- for the
opening of a chan-nel from ocean in-
to Indian river.


LATEST NEWS

AND INCIDENTS

Pourr hnnaph aout hPoplat
lEml H uEl Tin


See Stetaom snnownm ment, page 4.
Mrs. Clara Cokecroft, who has bee
staying at Allenhurst for severe O""tL
past, returned to Titusville Tuesday.
Mrs. Dr. B. R. Wilson arrived home-.
Sunday from several weeks' visit with
her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas, in.
Jacksonville.
Miss aby Swain, who has been en-
jo*ing several weeks' visit with her little
friend, Miss Freda Walker, returned to
her home at Fort Piere Wednesday.
Born to S. C. T. Warren andwifet, a
Mims last week, a little baby girl of
which tey are very proud, this being
the first daughter in a family of t
chiidrm.
Mr. I. W. Rhodes and little soa,.m -
win, ofMiami, returned home last~t -
day -ftwnoon after superintvuag thbe
work of building a packing houseeoMid
grove near Mims.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnso arivd
homefrom Chester Shoals last Friday
and epect to leave in about week or
so for a two months' visit with finds
and relatives in New York andNe Jer-
sey.
A white man by the name of Davis
made his escape yesterday from deputy
Sheriff Waller while under axEstfou
embenrLment, and when last se wea
making a rapid flight north on the rail-
road track.
The engagement has been .anmounam
of Mis Elsie Lavall, of Wilkesburm
Pa., to Mr. H. E Bemis, one of the
managers of the East Coast Hatl sys-
tem, and one of the most.popular hotel
men in the country.
Mr. T. B. Gibbons, of Courtenay, whb
is overseer of the mammoth. 125 are
grove of Mr. E. P. Poreher, was intown
Saturday to meet Mrs. Gibbons on her
return from the north, and gave TlE
STAR office a pleasant call
It is reported that a new railroad is
to enter St. Augustine, and a survey is
being made in that vicinity locating a
line from the St. Johns river. It is be-
lieved that the Illinois Central is inter-
ested, if not directly responsible for the
survey.
Mr. Rufus Robbins went to New York
last Friday where he will take a special
course of study, in finance this summer.
His friend, Mr. Arthur L, Slater, who
has been visiting hirr for about two
weeks, returned at the. same time to his
home in St. %ugustin'%.


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Miss Edna Pickard, of Birmingham,
Ala., arriv'id last Saturday to spend the
summer v.ith her grandmother, Mrs.
Singleton and her aunt, Mrs. Carl C.
Curtiss, at LaGrsnge. Miss Pickard
holds th.. iMsition of teacher of history
and hel'.s-lettre- in a femak seminary
in Miscissippi.

Trv a grarp flo at at our fountain.
You .ill likt it.
lHANNF 1) DRIUt- STOUR.


Notice


Mr. R. A. Conkling .spoke ,n the At a m eting (if the board of direc-
motion. He sid lin part: That there fAirs (f t''! Indian River Statte bank
is about $2,' might be used but does not think ular -e'*ni-annuall dividend of 4 per
that the commissioners would t ak -. cent v. as declared payable on d-
action upon it unless the tishermne.- mand. R.. HAILE,
will take enough interest in the imat-. ashierr
ter to obey the laws and help enforce -
them. Launch Kathleen for Sale
Mr. Arnold suggested that the Length 25 ft. by 7 ft. beam with 10
committee take the matter up with ft. cabin, equipped with a 4 h. p.
the commissioners and let then. know Lathrop motor in first clUss order.
what is wanted. Mr. (Cibbs. of Mel- speed over measured course 71 mile.
bourne Beach, spoke in faver of the per hour, outfit is two years old. Ad-
motion. dress P. 0. Box 63, Allenhurst, Fla.
Mr. Macy, the secretary. was in-
structed to correspond with chair- Fr Se fr a
man of the Internal Improvement For Sale Cheap for Cash
board and try to secure state dredge About 88 acres of good high land
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undergrowth, made impenetrable the e ea4i when 1 was here sax years ample bottle and a book that-tes a l tion for tax deed tis in cordance wit towit
e that lined our d. Mar- London Teleg about it, both sent free by miL Address, law. Said certiicate embraces t followig i at the s bw corer of
jungle that lined our roa.d. Mar- yvne."London Telegraph. Dr &C, .1.-, rty a reVM ootY o Os Il
elo flowering vines that itwined - hen writing mention adingthis ea- -. NI5 of let i d N. lFl. ardiag the md a d-
ft. of lot and N. I of *. J of 9 W. aecalon dils. mow ase record i t e clr's eee:
themselves in the forest trees. )1 sIt Wdd Se09m. eros offer in this paper. Don't make I, township 2 smoth,mse 3 eastThe id Ir a a the sr liumd l"re. *r
blooming shrubs and here and Thev wIera talking about ilver- any mistake, but remember thebDa. land being en d t the dateof thbeisoasce alOd ofid .al tle, dUce of
there beautiful orchids and masses ware dowr at the general store the 8 mp-ot, nd don't a dler el of h aertiia I t a M- io the hthmmes onmer of oleor se of si addi-
ou something inlaof Swamp-Root-ton. Unless mid certificate shall be redeemed tie. themes ru namth phrllel with (Pmave,.
of wild Abneysuckle gave a setting other day. Farmer Bellows said he i. you do you wilfbe disappointed. according to law tax deed wilt asse thereon alst teet o re mth Il
of pgorgous color and charged the thought this firm turned out more on tnhe Sth f dafD sJu e an al this t Deeu. O. o Trpi a 8T a ae, Io
atmospheree with delicious perfam. silverware than any other, and 1some the 28th day of May, A. D., 1 ., ft mre or IO me r m w
-wOutipg magazine. of the t d th him. It r Awar etr t 0t r et 1 fAt; themen r0,n
lClerk Cagirait Conrt Brevanrd Couonty, Florid. noerith to sa t
y wasFarmer Stubbs settled it. itt F 50 11 1JCircuitgCoxrt ivenr lo tohat IMp t or t of nhs g BeLag
4M GotThrough. "Seems teb me:. aid FarmerI s e al thi v a i lpeo
Abraham Lincoln was a captain Stubb. "these here Sterliag people\ N. Yl-eed b / M lbhbbas sad wife
of Illinois nlnnteer, in the Black do a lot o' busies. Yeb see their S1tiI/ s hr e10 u seeds. .dbt ehe. i
abk war. Mr. Norman Hapgood ame on moest verything."-Sub. Notice isheeb y e tht the tax assessor dd e an e
i :his- '~Zfe of Lincoln" relates urbaWte. I~ arm sooner of Brevard cony, or at the T P La .. li te mm d
tat .durng campaign Lincoln ~A,_ pe e ert e st I e impcity d clerk's osce a T ville, a. o the tb 8h day ncoveyed tok th oablc iu io or
one rt; hriM 11~ .. .ig 11 1 .ra Wy ldB nl'liIi oy W yew.a Sold q i inels y of July, 190, at o'clock p. *., for the pu. Brevard eomati, V4Siwh blim Rwrn
eae aWd -his e0 pany marching in oe .ae ir ttfB a Se .lu .' two .rr men wide when d ri M & I.. 9sArnm ~ab o andaL p r t" c a runl-_ to "- ._ e of- I etrr Brwar


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ste est o.d Qm i it decre s and Decorations for
hI s'. a l and disappears, the weather will be
n_- D h good; if it increases in size, rain 1 M
8&thZ4 July Fourth'
S tt tl.dsigh t seLuciam !YimeUt OPPS'1Y'. may be looked for.
eS4IY l ,, -s t ep with t The small boy was rdyto tart A ad W,,, da
a--i- ~ea A o a 1a-t[a e log promised weeks visit to -- tbat ..,d oa ...o old
-l wits 4 eQoepti his grandfather' in the country. a- The Trade Supplied at Lowest Price
a te4 a theriin of this.a 'Then was an ezopertitng delay in lie imam M"tser i so.
-' 1. 69.airra ,,r, .In1 the appercs of the carriage to 0,ty tdoth isBm Lm rd's Her- F
s "S etiasr take tlm to the station. Th. e ymina* o=ra iPROMPT SHIPMENTS
wbe o e.f nterm or in yong II n w.r off his imps- i l Wa for* e L
h i Wu-. 1Toe h o habitually in various anoyihg ways for Write for Price Last
Sat at bar eof. d deep the Uhlf an hour. Then suddenly he *ot*** His M eos Worth.
%Oiht ~li~'tad t e burners o wasr m en to kneel beside a chair in "Sixtane shillun's a da did they T. J C L w w' D nD tl/
th i t for their the corner and bury his face in his charge me for my room at the hotel THE H & W B DR E W C
bit a y ttibekl sle*inrs in hands. After a few inipiute his in Lmnon!" roared Sandy indig-
tNe L ne and ealy evening.-mother s.id: neatly on his return to Crobur h Jacksonville, Florida
Lats frtouafter ~t e in ."Well Kenneth, what are you do- Burghi from a sightseeing expedi-
ab.Sam t. sfstio wears of the ng?" I tion.
S'wsi--ess.ir-o"- -"I .*-;,ther', gettg my ersaid up "n ae, it reed" ROLLINS COLLEGE
1is9e of Me the person r while tm going to utot his father, "but ye mut 'a had a
Isib up al hours" agin, think- Pgrndpa. The nothi to do gey fine time seei' the sichts." C
ing in rntway to make up for the 'ere, and I pettobe prXty bu "Seein' the aichts!"roared Sandy.
haea ist the drowne. If h whie m there." "I didna see a sicht a' the time I College Academy, and Schools of Musi, Expreee
w-ldabandonhis-wis h ait, was in Lannon! Mon. mon, ye din- Fine Arts, Domestic and Indutrial Arts, Busieee
welal A^ban aso his s^lish hablt, go seen eat a8* k D
to bed betimes an get the seven or A wir Jtruds psadd a diverse om ns- am .appo ak I going to be Carneld third me's donow mp d;
New Li Pills w ld bavepreved it e t the proper use o't ?'-ondon health conditions; ne ymnasum, athletic
h peeda Mi daytime and evening h e rr t, dilm w. d Na 5 ps. tennis courts, golf links; baseball, football, ad ik.
M o monr and better work ae o NtQuite Certain, million dollars endowment expenses moderate;
i fe much more enjoyable. How many children hae you available; Christian but udenomin nal, stands for
A .d-mreine is often .o- A Quest oer. "How manchild ren have you HR CONDUCT
tic te a blrty me, b e In on. o t d the tourist affably. CHARACTER CULTURE CONDU
tio r a hearty meal, beea Ino ofthoum caa tle of~~~ 'I dunno exactly," answered the Por Cataloue Addreas the President
digestion draw a greater volume of era inland visitor are shown twoired looking woman.Wm la mP. W P r
Vbod be the stomach, so that the room which are connected with loo1 kman. Wm. F. BlacKman, Ph. ), Winter Park. Pla.
braa i relatiw y poory supplied. each other by a angular mechanism ot for certaino Willie gone
Ssme a, southern countries Ithis Each room i adjoined by an alcove, oi. .- -- n ........- .
Staad isy i layered, and the siesta used as a aleping room apartment, shin', Tommy's breaking in a colt.
after the noon meal:is a national -and the oonr of the odjing al- O rgie's borrowed his father's
cOutom. With as the:after dinner coves tuin on a pirot in the center shotgun to go huntin' an' Esimeral- r er n
ep of black coffee often drives of the partition wal. This ingen- da Ann is thinking of elopin'. I *
sway the impulse to leep-whether iou device was the invention of one never know how many I've got till ,O. M Ej"S .
for 1o may be left to the of the ancesto of the present pro- m e time comes, s can mcot /a af, segns s-t OWN
h to determine. prietor, who wa somewhat of a wag m.--Wahington Star. Eg Wne=Iheme KI
Ss we hear of.attacek of -and found great peaur in fright- --- a 5 als ofs..
sleepines occurring suddenly at aning and iaystifying his guests. The Cause of Many ao -- ,
eriain peiods of the day at ir- When one had gone to bed in te tS w se, e P Ohaem, a sos a
ar ntervlas. These are alto- green room and the other in the *ndam MM o t.r.. u Mame meo p le h em
geth. abnormaland in such cases bue, the floors were turned on their Thu sae e as eilg in thisa as rSa dumea s"a
there is amst always some poison piots, and on awalrenng the vis- tire. Manyvsuden ; eS- i-as m
at wwk in the nervous centers, ite found himself in strange quar- deaths arn caused C L Cr
susf1 y a self mnnntUtured poison, ten, with clothes that were not his by it-heart dis. m10.
which, beeuse it is made in too own. It is said that this fun loving ne ......s
great" qantity or became constipa- lori lost a rich inheritance by dis- le ari o ten
tion r kidney disease prevents its tubing the restful moments of a pop- .. t eult of kd ten are Oflrg SOle big barlIns
rapid wiminaton, .accmulates in wealthy aunt, who never forgave the I ae I C.e diara.e "
thesyste. trick'her nephew played upon her. llon eyte uble i I 0 S CleatC Sl Of
An essential in the treatment of d to Dath < thekidney-poison-
such eases is dieting. Met should whatldtruthfullbeidmahl tk ed blood will at-p
^ ^. be ,;. o,. ,. l:m^/F, m ao... l, :..,. rgn -^^.^ ^ f^rOgn PiNos od rg N 0 is yo u r
be given up for a time at least, and dren who die. rbey have woims, poor little the bladder, br ,dus or sdimet in
Sm.-a you child I em, t, plty the ur_ head ae, bac h, ame chance to get a good pin or ora
or milL-'Youth'a Companion. ouupllxoeesl *nl weight for noapper- back, diuzine slcapleasnt, nervu-
ent reaseu give it White's Cram Vermifuge, ness, or the kidneys themselves break
wer, in a ,.xian Junle. you, will surprismed at the reit and ho w down and waste away cell by cell. Iniin D iva. Mnui e nsa
Quickly iCpickup. Sold by llLruWists. Bladder troubles almost always relt l IUUa1wa uuIIwz ,U -
For four or five miles our roat. -.- - from a derangement of the kidney ad Id
passed through a ma nh, and for a A* rand Memwrm. hbeter health i that organ is obtained --- ..- -. .
mile our horses splashed stirrup A highland girl who had been in (l .uke deep in water. Then we reached service in Dundee and had gone to corrects iit-, b a.o Kl Yu t lll nda vi, M ftmtio Nv. sa
the first rise of the foothills, and a a place farther south called upon ad overeoea that aunptlZ?' tsi3x Fle^fa, wShse is e? s fsrds jrmd
tropical growth, dense and high, her old mistress on her way morth of big com_ polled to go often throng -f w, Ti.c s atalss L use
closed in upon us and shut out the to visit her friends. d y, tog et nyIg hea e.ad l ae wor te, n liir Id pileiur
lst breath of air that in the open She was invited to take dinner ht. c Neef Appeam ra De a 'ltad a
o. . .,tf to S wmp-loot, the gret ,.dney reedy Tit,.I, I. -, e, -m,.Is def.uda ,
marsh below head fanned our cheeks with the family, and her master is son realized It stand the higdsbe- m-.m a chpur 4, Laws hare levid spoe ad will at a &at
aad in some degree made tolerable asked a blessig on the meal as of its re r .rb.e health restoainlg or ford. doh a & thkws .n^ s Te l l Flr..
the burning intensity of the neon- usual. when the girl said: p i Atri willconvincenyone Notice Is hereby given that T. White, 'k a. Mo t h d ay
day sun. Stately palms and gigan- "My mister, ye maun ]a' a Swasp t otr of ta ertlte Nd"oAo. a th July A. D b l a leal
tic ferns. with a luxuriant tropical rr- memory. That's the race one doll s ize botts You may b ae a cnd deyol Jul my A. D., aid, has lade appmid e t B dhsrihS bidder ar ik. the I-F
[ic lel'DI. W1jthr a ln~miXfI8 LtOpiea 1 e~l' memory. rialsE the gteeone-dolsr rsize ote You may ote o m e a acrticbate in my ofeie, and has made applies- EitWr dUarinhd wi .h~ naa *L,


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tmeb theg ilor crab ae rue.
abouintheb e wander oat to
ond on tit ith its long extended
fppHr as it might to the end of
oin penra lao, and then it may
ame- back to find its way among




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ame on e te utle's back, ad ifr
it i ug why, while the barn-







I ott r th their delicate finge
a wee ain the o adjaent waters
a with a not to draw in their us-
teMosd the sailor crab can move
aboat in the vegetation and find
fooL.
Or the saler b the said food
i r th scrap that come to it from
the trtles tae. The loggerhead
t both vegetable and fle ih faseed-
r. It will eat sea grass or what-
r crustace ans it e n catch or


qerhead couldn't catch fish. But it
sa great swimmer,; a it will
-ah into a school of fish and map
L what it wants, and scraps from
S float boack to the lodge on the
trls bhck and there furnish food
for the sailor. So the sa rilor crab
at a on the turtle's bck is likely
to get enough to eat, but it has to
bo always on the lookoft not to be
swept of the ship's dock to be lost
i the ocean or there devoured d by
some bigger creature.
When the turtle is under way or
there t a heavy sa rabnng it must
bold on tight with its sharp claws,
and it may find a refuge somewhere
to the vegetation, but it is more
likely to go clean aft and creep
ar the edge of the shell at the
bas of the turtle's back to where
it can find a shelter and a lee. It
is there the sailor crabs have often-
et been found on loggerheads
which have come from the tropics
in inmmer and been taken in local
waters.-New York Sun.


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A P PETUAL CLOCK.
1 wa. wa Ita c aDea Mshe im. D-
apem.re I' CM.
In the eighteseth century an in-
lo jeweler nbyamid James Coz
ad Shoe lane, London, constructed
a cock whih was rendered per-
petual by a cleverly cotrived at-
taihnent which uf ed the rise
ad fall of the barometer to supply
the nce sasry energy.
T'. movement of the mercury
ctuated a cogwheel in such a man-
ner that whether the mercury rose
Sfell the wheel always revolved in
tihe same direction and kept the
wights that p the move-
mat of the clo always wound
. The barter bb dipped
S a meroary stern. The cist
aug attached to the extremities
of two rokes, to the left and of
eas d the 'right ad of the other.
The bulb was similarly attached
bt tb other extremities of the rock-
a%, wMbh are thus moved every
time there is change in the
amount of mercry in bulb and cia-
ten rpectively. The rockers s-
ttd a vertical ratchet, and the
teeth were so arranged that the
whee they controled old only
move in one direction, whether the
rthet ascended or descended
Thb clock itself wa an odinry
oe, but of very strong ad s-
perior workmanship and was jewel-
d with diamonds at every bearing
of whole being inlosed in a d
ee, whic, wile it exuded t
displayed the entire mechanism.
The fate of ooxs clock was
brought to light in a work called
"Travels of China," pub;iahA in
1804 and written by John Barrow.
In this book it is stated that in
the list of presents carried by "the i
late Dutch ambassador" were "two
grand pieces of machinery that
were prt of the curious museum of
Cox. One of these apparently was
this perpetual clock, and it was
taken by the Dutch embassy to Chi-
na, where in the journey from Can-
ton to Pekin both the instruments
suffered some slight damage. Ef-
forts were made to repair them at
Pekin, but on leaving the capital it
wa discovered that the Chinese,
prime minister, He Tchangtong,
had substituted two other clocks of
very inferior workmanship and had
reserved Cox's mechanism for him-
self.-London Times.
Wa Soro Mud.
Of all the yams that ever came
down the line regarding deep mud
the following should be entitled to
the blue ribbon. It happened in
the place where mud originated: A
man was walking along the roadside
one summer day and noticed a fair-
ly good looking hat out in the road.


a single bar of any of them. Like
many other musicians, he is saved
from inaction only by the acquire-
ment of novelties. New York
Tribune.
Coats of Arms.
The origin of the term "coats of
arms" is thus explained: In the
days of chivalry the knights, of
course, wore coats of linked steel or
some kind of armor to protect them
in battle or tourney. These coats
would soon become useless on ac-
count of the rusting caused by ex-
posure to drenching rains, and in
the sunlight they were exceedingly
hot and dazzling. So the knights
put on a silken surcoat over these
coats of mail, and as, with helmets
on and visors closed, there was no
way of distinguishing one from an-
other the armorial bearings of each
Might were emblazoned on his silk-
- : _


|( *ia t n u b. b ab



~ ~ a S ?wellsothees
who bime th& a nht t he

.tisa tM the is amu t ovie
Ito -baubs etbs as...tio a
wriC ms fpaor tho olnno rust
ho whLa to npia tdi t o ight



Prpnhi the greatet do al vio-
Vab, w compelled by an a ari-
dw ather to pratice twlh or
artea house ea ch day. So wearied
did P gali becom of his drfd-
mry that for several years he i
ly hid atde the istrment aoer
which be had soch cammate
aotro and devoted himl to ag-
rictural puruits This period of
mnical dut -oou p-sdo how-
er, and the iolinit gain tun;
to h hard work, ad to ch goo
Porpoo tohat th ere wa oths Z
written for the violin, no matter
what its technical difcltie might
be, that be w not able to play.
ate in his life Paganini gave oer
his practiing for the reon, it is
said, that he then played only his
own composition.
A ayng of ubiAstein's indi-
eate concisely the LturaI of
wearying practice, hld I not
practice for a day I know it, should
I mi two days my friend know
it, and should I mis three days
even the public know it"
Joachim, another violinist, during
his student days was an inmate of
the house of his mater, and it wa
largely due to the inexorale de-
ands to practice that the teacher
laid on him that Joachim was en-
hled to attain his prod portion.
The room wherin the pil pra
tied was without any windw, but
had a glas panel in the door. If
the sonad of Joachims violin ceaoed
for a moment during the hours et
apart for practice, then could be
seen the sowling faceof the in-
structor peering through the pane
Joachim practiced one mpition
--the diicult Beethoven concerto
-for over sixty yeas.
Mendelasohn has left an interest-
ing observation touching his ardu-
ous hours of practice. Speaking of
certain recitals he was giving on
the organ, he said: WI became so
interested in my work that whole
days passed like hours. I practiced
pedal passages to such an extent
that the act of walking along the
street actually transformed itself
into a fugue, so automatic had my
movements become."
With regard to his practicing
Paderewaki entertains some odd no-
tions, one of which is a penchant
for a nocturnal running of the
scales. The great Pole has been
known to spend the whole night in
achieving perfection in one or two
runs of a composition he is study-
ing.
Paderewski has said that the
greatest foe a mnaicirn has to fight
is the feeling of satiety that is sure
to oppress him should his work be
not well apportioned. Each season
the Pole finds that he must acquire
some twenty to thirty new compo-
sitions. So hard does he work at
these that at the conclusion of his
short tour he cannot endure to hear


That their common talk is nothing but
barb'rous
Latin. They cannot so much as pray. b :N
In law. that their sins rrmay be rcrr.ov',a
with
A writ of eror and their souls fetcl'd up
To heaven with a certiorari.
-Revenger's Tragedy..
There is therefore no more diffi-
culty in Shakespeare's case to ch-
ing his knowledge of law than in
the case of any other play\ri'hit ofi
his age.-Nineteenth Century.-.

More Than She Couid Bear.
Marion was a little American girl
of six years. For three months her
mother and aunt had dracred htr


through the museums and art
series of Europe.


gal-


She was made to look at the lip-;
pers of Marie Antoinette, the'
prayer book of Catherine de' "Mcdi-
ci, hats of Napoleon and endless;
numbers of uninteresting Madon-i
nas. These, her mother told her
constantly, she must remember, for


mie that (tauitea LS I-

td .ida wthim gave the
TI thet pabhh hs d Sw dein











h MIIr te 1om w rha He iw .n the
Pasgie of ibe (TC.e e-

No ordinary reader of Shake-
peare's works en fail to be struck



mot professional correctness to







give color and intensity to his sen-
tences, but whole scenes are taken
ap with allusions to or discussions
on purely legal matters, as in "The
Merchant of Venice," "Henry V."
and theu grave scene in "Hamlet"





not to mention other plays. So
round indeed is the T knowledge
dida yed all .through that no less
an authority on the subject thanrms
i frequently employed 'with an &I-
most professional correctness to




goiv Copbell ad into s that "toen-
tences, but whole scenes are taken
up with allusions to or discussions



a pkuelylaes law, lavishly as i he
Merchant of Venice," '"Henry V."'



andunds itgv there can neither be
n u r no r bill of exceptions nor
writ of error." To the marked
displayed all .through that no lews


feature of the work ths more than
any other on might per thap with
Ijute attribute the verhly i ofh
th whole Bathere an theory. The
point is naturally of exceptions norreme i
writ of error." To this marked


portane in the eyes of those whose
any other one might perhaps with
justice attribute the very origin of
the whole Baconian theory. The
point i naturally of extreme im-
portance in the eyes of those whose
only knowledge of the literature of
the period is conflaed to Shake-
spear's writing But that impor-
tance shrinks rapidly to insignift-
cance after a course of reading
through the general dramatic liter-
ature of the time, in which, as a
matter of fact, legal similes and al-
lusions are found to occur with
about the same frequency as in
Rhlaespeare's works. So strong in-
deed is the legal coloring of all
stage writing at the time that one is
forced to believe that law talk must
have been more conuon among lay-
men in those days and especially
among laymen of a playgoing dis-
position than it has ever been dur-
ing any period since. There are in-
(dultions besides that some critics
were getting tired of all this legal
jargon, Dekker, for instance, who
writes:
"There is another ordinary at
which your London usurer, your
stale bachelor and your thrifty at-
torney do resort-the price, three-
pence; the rooms as full of com-
pany as a jail. If they chance to
discourse it is of nothing but stat-
utes, bonds, recognizance, fines, re-
coveries, audits, rents, subsidies,
sureties, inclosures, liveries, indict-
ments, outlawries, feoffments, judg-
ments, commissions, bankrupts.
amercements and of such horrible
matter."-Gull's Horn Book, 1609.
Tourneur also:
There are old men at the preent
That are so polson'd with th' affectation
Of law words, having had many suits
canvas'd.


on the other side, after which it
naturally falls on the mantel itself
and from that to, the old brick tiled
hearth.'
'"ow, if Lem's eyes can stand
that kind o' treatment they must
be pretty touch."-Youth'C ('oin
panion.


All There.
A phila in'ti p;,: c.itizec, of a sumn!
city, im\. y mv viimpi::tliy for li.
unf'rtuii .r' t,\,'- ,ii-t* ;lic., wlio w r*.
sufferi:'"- fr,: ;i n-;liit tirinm n nt
(-4 '(!;,in "y c.t:.1 !:t,.-r, arran;InI a
public .ntt'r:-.in:n :t il, tl:,cir Io-
half. \'V ;\ '. ;, n fee wau, clhmr,-'.I.
hut i; .;- ;.: W ' ..( tl:ait a C.,!!,.
tior, :, t : . "T evirn,'
(;IT andl ti ':, t v.. :1 ,.
T" '. ni't+tertiin tt, -on-it,'l.4 i ,.
re.italt o-n-. i:.,!-ic: ;il | :" i tt';i;
lei ''ht of ,.mn l p[.rforn-jnc+.!, \,.o
zI(.erou-!v v t iIdlc ., an,' w:'
n:, h satisfatin the hilan'hr., ,:


Reaching out with his cane, he gave
it a cut and was startled to hear a
voice exclaim: "Here! What the
deuce are you doing?"
Then he male the astonishing
discovery that the owner of the
headpiece was under the hat up to
his ears in mud.
"Great heavens!" exclaimed the
man who had hit the hat. "Is that
tIud as deep as that?"
"Deep!" cried the victim. "Why,
man alive, I'm standing on a load
of hay!"-Lippincott's Magazine.
The Dirt of Ages.
A charitably disposed official of
the municipal government at Wash-
ington tells of an interesting ex-
change of views between two ur-
chins at a dinner given to the news-
boys of the capital by popular sub-
scription.
A af 1,a a .. 4.I &ns: . #^_A.1. ;


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sa and m.k lWt to pK th, Br
the lor that mai& b-, moain
fr7oamd MItfIr wivs ad
rtl ind time to. go sobering wvib
them toot Engishme o hkwiee
and find energy it to place their
in. schoWol; Sea y to wateb
keenly the love aMl of their
daughters, unhesitaktxy bdding
this or that man begoe; moral
courage and physical vitality loft
after the day work to be in fact
a well as in fancy "thehead of the
house." They have the wisdom to
leave hours for play,, for pre boy-
ishnes of living. And al this may
e observed in the same middle las
that with us turns the whole issue
over to the wife, expecting of her
ll wisdom, though kewin"g her
sheltseed youth, and aft vitality to
run unceasingly and unaided the
whole m.ahinery of th family. No
wonder our women have "nerveer
No wonder they are becoming more
and more restless (one f the frst
evidences of stain), more and more
discontented as time- passes Ma-
euline kindness to our women is
sometimes so tangled' up with self-
ishness that there ned be no sur-
prse that there is some confusion
regarding them.
Not that our men wmat the
money after which they are striv-
ing for themselves).for their pleas-
ures. They do not They are al
most notoriously- genero. Our
rich men giv., give, give to their
wives, their children, ts. ege to
hospitals, to churches. until the
whole world is smashed at their gen-
erosity.
The habit sad fury a work, un-
reasning, illil, quae unrelated
to any need, is a masline disease
in this country,.and:the whole social
system has foe Tears id the inevi-
table penalty. Here a there a man
tries to stop in time. but finds him-
self obsessed by work so that he can
no longer think of anything else.
He is as much a slew to it as is any
opium taker to his trug and drunk-
ard to his potion. It is a grave
danger not only to the individual,
but to the whole American civiliss-
tion.-Anna A. sgers in Atlantic.
A mes@e- P- m...
When the newagatherer was ad-
mitted, ene of the first visitors, to
the old house recently bought and
fitted up by the Histrical society,
he was ae to get a fll column of
interesting information for the next
issue f the paper.
Deea't seem to me it'll be safe
for folks to go to the old Parker
house without they take some pre-
cautiow," said Samuel Hobart, the
village wag, when he had finished
the reporter's account of what he
had seen. "m Colburna had a
tty narer escape by what he
teb -in this paer."
"What doeaBe tell ? demanded
Mr. Hobart.
I'll read it out," said her hus-
band and proceeded slowly:
"'On first entering the hall the
riitor's eye is caught by a long
sword over one side of the mantel
and then drawn to the old flintlock


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however sender. The flavor is ex-
cellent and dnct1ly different from
that of -o other mango, the tur-
pentine flaer being almost entirely
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The se e,b ased the Taia-
wfro Inment which gives thepine
.apple growers a tawi of pne-half
cent per pound pineapples in
rates, les the reciprocity duty of
S'a per cent., wdeh practically means
a net duty of cents as against the
old duty of i cents. Senator Talia-
ferro, ably smported by Senator
Flether, wee mainly instrumental
in, seWuring tis ammendment, and it
is confidently mtilpated that the
.nmate amendment will be sustained
when it comes up before the confer-
em e committee.
V
Combte U Bsee USed
A complaint has been filed with
the Interstate C-unere commission
in which 02 raLroads operating in
thirty-seven states were named as
defendants. The complaint wasrled
by the Florida Pmitt& Vegetable
shippers' Ams'n. and charges that the
railroads in question discriminate
against Florida shippers in Califor-
nia, Miv aiappi, At ama, Texas,
Georgia, North and South Carolina
and Cuba in the rateson itrus fruit,
peaches, pineapples, strawberries,
tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, potatoes,
celery and other fruits and vegeta-
bles.
The complaint says that the rates
from Florida are in all eases rela-
tively and ik many instanw actually
[in excess of the rates charged for
fruits and vegetables raised in Cali-
fornia and the other states named.
The'charge is also made that the
Florida shippers are charged more
for refrigeration than shippers in
other portions of the country.

Made a Great (?) Discovery
A leading (?) attorney, Col. G. B.
Wells, of the wet ity of Tampa, has
raised several questions of law re-
garding the proposed prohibition
amendment to the constitution. The
colonel makes it problematical wheth-
er the proposed amendment could be
constitutionally adopted even by the
people themselves; also that in the
event it could, it would mot go into
effect until 1913 in order to allow the
legislature to pass laws to enforce
the provisions of the amendment.
Well-in the event that the colonel
is correct as to the latter point we
think we have a governor that would
call an extra session of the legisla-
ture, if necemary, as soon as dhe
amendment becomes a law, and we
believe the prohibitionists are per-
fectly willing to take all chances on


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presence, and Capt. C. H. Casper who
so kindly tendered the use of his boat.
May they all be always surrounded
by as kind friends as they have been
to us. Repectfully,
MRS. JULIA HAWKINS,
W. J. RAGAN,
J. R. RAGAN.
President Helps Orphans
Hundreds of orpuans have been helped by
the president of The Industrial and Orphan's
Home. at Macon, Ga.. who writes: "We have
used Electric BItte in this institution for
nine years. It has proved a most excellent
medicine for stomach, liver and kidney
troubles. We rard it as one of the best
family medicines on earth." It invierates
the = ripal perifles the blood, aids di.
estio, es appetite. To srengthen and
build up thin, ale weak children or ran
down pepl it has no equal. Best for female
complaint. Only 3 at Basner Drug Store.

CASTOR I A


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sh H l em w r^Me th wor
lh m elaed b-ylaik m1 ril.







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d s ahad Mr. M edith's nt-


pIatie ad they are gapn euery
day. In e event of sam eident
deaysih tbt ok ra onrth tw l
Is tv t .ftra a /
wodill beabdle=0 b fn ImtneraBO







m .. The bco work in tniht-

now extend of Mr. to Pigeon Key and
the force is at work I shaow water
in the Moder channel which is wider
than the Knight Key channel but
doas not present the problems the
engineehat eet ,the
In Bahia onda channel, thought
thne er has been delayed one i
count of a tlak mteroPige, atis a
t ory pror has been madw. wNine
ofh the Knighte m Kefy = a ha
ban put in ple ad saed,e and
doeiinot present the problemt to be

turned in. The placing of thecofer
dms i the hard pt of the work.
In the swit urmi channel, where
the is moreorlesss rough it is a
difeult task to drive the sheet steel
on the most .acrate lines. Th e
deepest of the wateel coffer dam hared
in this n plannel and the remaining are
nineteen Teoer damc needed to rfeeh
the treste hrom the Spansh harbor
Inide wil be placed very rapidly.



dii has bf te water and h a bea
in tisd chne to e grane gaining to
ninreate foer dae tes. he to reack
aying gang is ill on Pine Key lay-
ing ails cretn that island. Mr.
Cook he taken his force to the han-
Furel this ide own the Key to grade the
fill and e shoaeed complete that worn
by the last o the month at which
time the foice of track-layers will be
there with the raiols. T t
After cmpletingrss that island. job Mr.
Cook hwil transfer his force to Sugar
Loaf sound where a commissary and
eBoca Chica Chanside ofnel is now the only




one that remains open and it is ex-
pected that the work will begin there
not later tban the first of the month at which
Enginee r Dunn and hick-layers willforce of





men will probably be removed from
Big Coppit to do this work.
SIt expected thatthework train
Cook will reach Boca Chicas some time in
sleeptember. s are being prepared


Card of Thanks
We wish to thank the many friends
who were so very kind and untiring
in their efforts to anssist us during
our sad bereavement, the illness and
death of our dear mother. Especial-
ly do we thank Mr. Chambers for his


West. Committee L A Brad D B am now ble to rest well, my back
There are now existing and out- Pritchard. better in evrongery w and I amy. feeling
standing notes of the company pay- MOTOR BOAT RACES For sale by all dealers. Price ",
able in August, 1910, to a total 1:30 p. m. For boats unable to cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
amount of $6,080,000, which notes make better than eight miles per New York, sole agents for the United
are secured by the personal endorse- hour. Boats to be anchored and en- States.
ment of H. M. Flagler, Esq., and also gines stopped. At agreed signal an- Remember the namt. Doan'-
bydeposit f a portion of thechors to be raised and start made. and take no other.
by deposit of a portion of the pres- Course will be in the lagoon, marked -
ent first mortgage bonds. It is pro- by beacons, which should be left on x.u.Not r pputi.m. or isa 3J. f Dder
posed now to execute a new first the port side. Finish will be in the s5eue*a 8ofChape.r 48, Lamw
mortgage to secure an authorized canal in front of the store. of irid
issue of $12,000,000 per ent fifty First prize, $8.00; 2nd prize, $5.00; Notice is hereby given that .1 W irnts
issue of $12,000,000 4& per cent fifty 3rd prize, $3.00; 4th prize, $2.00; 5th purchsr of tx certificate N,, 44. dated th*
year first mortgage bonds as stated prize, $1.00. 3rd day of April. A. D)..t a'. hiasild ti :
above. Out of the proceeds of $10,- Committee: E. B. Wager, Bert certifoie intmy offle. and has iad a.-.plit
000,000 of the new first mortgage Watton. tion for tideedb at th- fcordance wit1
bonds, it is intended immediately to MINOR SPORTS described prprtywitualeI iu Br-vard ,unty
pay- 2:30 to 4 p.m. Swimming matches, Florids, to. 1 iof N. W .iof E E .-
retire all of the existing notes pay- nniadace, tu n town.ipgo M IE. T
ladiee ig r s tu la i being I amse ..rt ed" t he ate ,fthe..s-
able in 1910, and, with the remainder "fracr. Ires, o n d be ... med at the te f the ,.aA-0.
of war. greased vole climbins n .... & fie iif~s nt ... 4Um-f


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f frst mortgage b w premt g eld valpNd tm0-orthsl0
bmmita the r Ba i a i nota"=. La a61
Wh oNbe ni dbyoP. er.1? i &.CAs. M mit i m
The thrugled is bI2Ovsa,000, ---
ofn dI ..000.000 t. eMr ,.d "- uecauring the bomb for the prima d w'e me .


IuetAs. Theboods aremto be t he company, including its equil_ ,ot- 0 ,. k at-
first mortgage bomb on property met valued atn moe than 88,000-
which has coast in emb over (8 ,000,- at a mea dbubm
000. Itis explained that $4,000,000 The remaining $2o000 000 of the lamardhe a M a
of additional common stock iastobe bonds willbe reserved to be ismed lom l J J W. Ld
booghtatpar by Henry M. Flagler for new equipmentand construct as--on. eo- 2 W
to cmplete the extension to Key under careful limitation and retaric-. Bn S Jo -At w T
Waest, bringing the total cost up to tions., which are fully set forth in the action padtia rei s Mr. sew
70000. mortgage. mand M. Brady fromo M In th
In the financial statement The railroad isto be extended, dcon 1h e i.tr .thera e'r--
panying the offerof the bonds the nated eand completed from Knights m-cseo" Nlth k
gr earnings for the last five years Key to Key Wetout oftbe proceeds eared t th e i
are given as folows: of $4,000,000 new common stock of niot liable 0n the groudi of statute
1906, 2$828,86.67; 1906, $2,471,- the company, to be purchad at par tates M s --Sewellmand Ilh
152.14, 1907, 2,966,282.66; 1908, 8,- by Mr. Flagler.M die s te
006,346.48; 1909, $3 ,318,820.00. ThTh e $40, 000 interest annually ac- 190, and thesuit wan b a sao
ficl year ends with June and the eruig upon the $10,000,000 first this wrin. Had the it tbee
earnings for the month of May andmortgage bonds now proposed to be brought aa them before Janary
June are therefore estimated. issued, wi tall be substanti eal than 190, three y after their er-
nence, l t t lrom the i nstitution a directors
The Operating erpew-, and net the net earnings of the company the action against them would have
earnings for the past five years are available for the payment of interest been held It is possible, but not
shown by Mr. Parrott as follows; charges during each of the last five probable, the attorneys for the
.Net o.ie fisal yewo, as set forothin the above laintiffe wi appeal to the United
OThebonad sare o TerebaM ors au b, stt frhn the abv e circuit court ofn aa plaraI V ed-
oex.t T12 iat du ilemr table. For the current fiscal year, gth federal ei Amoun pfim m
,m. uL $ 74,i405. eatauMi such net earnings are more than dou- T it in thought, will not
bIdS l .sls W4- 4. ble such interest charge. Theae bedones, t. eariSewdld ntd
,7 1 11,.78s M earnings, it is expected, will steadily were involved in the .d ration of
S,17.,71 oe.0s 1 i0Mgo i.w increase, not only by the regular the plaintiff only to a Ul extent.
The average net earnings for the growth of the buognew of the comr- Drayin
past five years, it is set forth, have pany, but also with the completion D.yingorMutat nk ,ade Uo..
been nearly 150 per cent of interest of the important extension to Key lyattended to MeetaU&-ll tra
charges on these bonds. West, for which the funds have been H L1m
The bondssare offered by Morgan & assured as above stated. Toeiele
Co. at 102, subject to prior sale and This road is the natural continua- Standard Sewing Mache
change in price. It is stated that the tion of the Atlantic Coast line, the The best and lghtest enm te
bonds will be sold alsoby J. S. Mor- Southern railway and the Seaboard market do bsothemain st
Th......... .on. .. bn the same machine. Can befunrAirtdl
gan & Co., of London; Drexel & Co., Air line to Florida and Cuba, and a with either rotary or vibrat-iag --l.i-
of Philadelphia, and Lee, Higginson car ferry system between Key West Spot eash prices or ey bIhait
& Co., of Boston &f Chicago and Cuba will attract to this line still terna rntedr. Muinc Hous
Thoe bndv rtisementDUiNar drdrsad ooums.
The advertisements incorporate a larger amounts of traffic which would TItus -Iie"
letter from J. R. Parrott, president otherwise be carried by boats. G atnh AD IhMd
of the Florida Est Coast railway, to Arrangements have been made also nIGHTS O UfNI
Morgan & Co., which contains the to fund the entire indebtedness of
following: the railway company subsequent and No Heep, No rest, NoPes w tlu-
The actual cost of the railroad as subordinate to theto the new first mort- Sufer from K y Trem
completed to date exceeds $33,000,- gage bonds. No peace for the kidney sufferer
000 in cashrn. ,. .Pain and distresa from morn t
The new first mortgage bonds rep- Big Fourth at Atlenhurst night.
resent only about one-third of the Monday, July 5th 1909, boats will Get up with a lame back,
actual cost; the other two-thirds hav- leave city dock, Titusville, promptly Twinges of bacuche bother you
ing been met out of the proceeds of at 9 a. m. Round trip fifty cents. all day. .
and ull adequt to te r. aoull achng brk your e at
common stock and about $20,000,000 FLAG RAISING night.
income bonds (part of an authorized 11:30 a. m. Speeches by Dean Urinary diorders add to your mn.-
issue of 25000,000) subordinate and Robottom and G. M. Robbins, intro- ery.
tfror tortherirtmortingreaseb o ductions by Judge Wilson. Get at the aunge-cure the kidneys.
The railroad from Knights Key DINNER, 12 M. to 1 Doanes Kidney Pills will work the
southward to Key West, a distance GUN SHOOT They're for the kidneys only -
of 45 miles, is now in course of con- 1 p. m. 1st event, 15 bird match, Have made great cures in Titus.
struction, and is expected to be com- entrance $1. 5 vle
pleated on or before the first day of event 20 brd matchentrance J. W. Webber, Main St., Titumville.

J ~anuary, 19 10. 3h event 10 bird match, entrance illsand ansyt
expenses include extraordinary 4th event, 25 bird match, entrance very lame andsore andl prned me
charges for new rail, telegraph lines fre. oe re b- man,..... intensely if I stooped or lifted. My
and depreciation. Pize offered by management kidneys were weak and on account of

road and of its equipment is excellent 6th event, 25 bird match, entrance tmes at nght. I at lenh read
and fully adequate to the require- frei ff by management about Doan's Kidney Pills, procured
the railroad. Pana en a box and had used them but a short
The business of the railroad has $1.00. By the time I had finished the con
shown a steady increase and promises All entrance money will be divided tents of one box, the backache had
to be very largely increased by its among the winners in the proportions become a thing of the past and th-
extension and completion to Key n, n-tiirtn lameness and soreness disappeared


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the power of these men is too much oy Oakland teams. For the first
for the government. The evidence of Young Hooper has made good with time In the annals of the national
erimes has been for years available the Boston Americans. So has Tris pastime a game between teams in one
to the public authorities It they would Speaker, and. with Gesaler going well. of the biggest leagues of the United
go about their task as they do in for- "Bullet Jack" Thoney has small chance States went for twenty-three innings
mting out smugglers, counterfeiters, to get his regular job back, when be without a rum being scored. The
poastofflce thieves and other classes of returns, break came In the twenty-fourth pe-
erimlnais. McAleese, the substitute outfielder riod, when the San Franciseo team
"We a told by a certain section of of the St. Lous Americans, is one of pulled out with the one run.
the press, and some gentlemen around the ftw ball players to break Into fast
Wall street are regaining their smug company at a comparatively old age. Miniature Flying Maehine.
confidence in that belief, that there e is about thirty years old and bails Harry F. Lee of Dayton, 0., aged
has been a reaction In the public mind ftm YTongtown, O. nineteen years, is the Inventor of a
against what they are pleased to call Those who wre lodest to their de- miniature flying machine patterned
c o theaus criminal conspir- mands to hare a bench warrant served after the Wright aeroplane. It is a *
ad tb on Pitcher Deacon Phillppe of the toy with a rubber band attachment
"For thei sak of the country let us Pittsburg Nationals are now calling aJude so it will fly through the air,
hope thee gentlemen are mistaken, him the grand old man of the game. with a rubber which will enable the
tr If they are right we shall have an The deacon is certainly twirling grand operator to make the machine cidrele
Wphteaval to this country as compared ball. II the air or return to the sender.
to wb t idandharmle ** ssnO mtmemsrc arrb tteoM-. ] Beware of Oo-ntip-tfo
priments 01 tih last administration aa mwaur
N 'm .... t-- ........ .. X It in the first or primal muse of many of our
Will lke a midsmme sphyr s mecry will surely destroy the sese of die he Joseph's Liver Ra ultor is an
alOgide a cyclone completely derange the whole .y- ideal treatment for constipation. It acts in a
*Tbese pools and combouptwhis are t w hen esteringat thmg the me1ouas natural and easy manner (not by violent
ewg pstrooage sad more slhmeOu .. o . i nevrbe ued .urging) and gently loosens the bowels thus
in we Oecept O Ppuons from reputable phy- forestaling the long train of evils which re-
tjtvnMal enterprie I. being strum- sica, m as. hedamasgetheywildois ten told alt from the closing of the system with
o th reb t wU ,aw m d bly derive from offensive refuse.Th eady eyis a wonderful
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frWL: *oM VW%% bd goa sawhl"PerANIISiM hel"111910-
-It Tu mmd ustaraly a" q hee a.,m S
Sl a inth a sa' y a ?1 Imtai s . eimm"e met e alS ased
es ,7 .s1s b e WIn am. a .d agreed b a ,.4eme.O Thm ary n te ae W
*Wme..u p8 dd us l ins tes bfias m objestio- whi seuesas sueh a sea e-m in 30.,
't -e th aM s tos. o gr i bpep u olal wB l In l pwba lny bn ar nuhepas i.
.ts Ih *ts h- he e oThe eIs am" (hs nt mae
-N ow r at-e ee ialb ah e lia ig Syrup a b they u

ob bee s a .a lA wO- m- them I N OW sal
nb smasser saw l b e em aP s arsame pmtoa, dn a ppon-t
SiM ON*s Y bae am e easd ts awakensins. We ame a ge a so equfto a seentt aot t
VO s .beO e? t "W o.tmay stao y@ pReI mpopale, mnd'we kitn i Mte wremi s e schahle of
SN. t ,, tbe h *B t aa eatriee. s ae donpted by the t atn tat s a.

o sim t t whisM we an u g and the MepMay, Jan 21, has been Mst Mlst
Sw'amn oeta tr am O t1s dg0rs that threat fadr the Pril tinay tesp
_ft MOW U 0m 1001us01u0uaLO f ustit iNiteusdV toWat toptatoubrdig Thrsealwoforktbhens ondJuAne3sth&e
usi1Wenm ayh eppnNsat t d omoth eros reat that the usratof lye graotthIM in tdlos: Daent Ne.
le thuat, utathe s wrm. gvu lS mtlwhtonrt twenty ta U s ad entr-"
met bus W Imd ntl aftWr the k alb. wttS6 awinst pU t o tdee ; went br twinyg
NO ebsm us -at" it dnM1't v10,nd0t me sa On pto tlt esrv-g. auodre, entrance 12; evset No. 3
= t t. Whmsaas thoegovern- hent Sb ga Sb O b at geat d1tdeno"t Mets%,t W ~ ad, entire
W" Raft wo a to bring the o- W O"ml suesAd Wt t5 aid o 0; event No. 4. twe ty targeats, P
ginn thata te ntrthMi ie tolat. ,e d by of public added, entrance ; event No. twe-
u hSlev tat m la t a we t. d" e p mo ger ot to he ty targets, M0 added, entaace 0;
ra t mialw wi^thiSn the pe- with only tempora results ad ope to aantouo ony. N et
"lM S at that law, it Wll not be dW- g ta y kil, ad w open to astsurs only. Maastc.,
oLtt ItW, sa u bass a no the ? a uas tSftoetoiy ki and we n agtr paid spretontattvm, Ste..
slt. The oa has ben b0st nothing for our patn but abuse ay oot In the above vents for
in itc W atelt e t to em "e the ampia ml rut atao. In tme end U"target s l."
gomngat ote law against may p e a r the companies who a ts pI p is the
5--e -omrginglbl. w thP
I *shad *h Oow *bee n baots, when tievet ofth second day, Junes sand
Ne h eMe tnt e hadri n m-ufa went c anght In tothe act, wa is ope to amateurs ly. The peo.
h a fews a few poor, straggling, con- punle hmet under cover e agreams eighty salsa toen de
etrey tmelbato pa e that di the secretary of our.4ommttee, heart iST ean toa twenelthre
w p tot to prevent bak. d Ittook us yearsand ost bank-xteen to twent-
80 m Sek sase a sll1 pew 1 But ruptdt the. poor teUow to prove his ands, high guns, notSheeting.
We tho have been ow_ stenet I refer to poorMr. $100 adde to the p hands-
SthI Cst in tsorin Scragham, who was acqaitted by a spd ctstantsreiep m gfov e in
dlses 0 t keeping got foreign coi JUry itn thre snutes. Ameae ino g yI nthi
pMi N thOe the iti at oe eand But mesathi we had no time or w*mt Thi nabter of moeys into
ed. ehuf bohe e--m-- Ws at t"I _dpen _l to follow the real erlmi- wMch the s I numbe of t- e -
M the n 1 0t M4 IS ls. At lest one at the mpi n m i By e ind e w k
to ins arig, have maind I back at its ol games again with pre ac- t Thoatne ontems t
mn. utis every lawyer who has id h deallthe sdm crowd In command, nt w progrma. The am et contest-
to deal with thi big question know s no real sustained puble sup- t who s the highest score will
at the pr od attheport or suh movements n this coun- receive a trophy presented by the In
laow I nti 8avem mt try. We are too fckle, too busy and tWtate as Cation. The double taM
"very time th government has too easily led. I repeat that the sugar gets will be tot from hadap dis-
had a ehanee to enforce the criminal trust is no worse than many of the tanes and eotest will be ad-
prvisleons oa the law (which comti- others. We are getting just about the vance two yard when shooting them.
tate the only efetived prt, h oth. sort oft adinitation ofour laws that The grand American handicap is the
em being mainly academic) t has run. we se big event for the trd day, June 2L
There as always ,s many reases for Its co d tions are a hundred tarets,
ot doina things that It is never dB- A Oontenitd Woman unknown angles, $10 *ntr'w, tajgets
cult to find one. We learned that lee- is alws found in the same house with Bal-. included, handicaps sixteen to twenty-
aog in the recent vanfnmtlp of cor- lard's ow Uniment. It keep every me- three yards, high gn, not elass shoot-
perate dishoneat when every exposed a.- my m da SIg, $20 added to the pu. In adI
criminal went unpunished, most of mm, nearly lubao and all muselar dtn to lrst money the winner wl
them back at the bid game on slightly o resem and stifAte U, sand $LOO a receive a trophy presented by the I*-
modied nes en. dlding the saubeldie botle. Sold by ald arumgglts. tantat amoeinatlam.
nag of a part of the press through ex- The amateur and proenteaonal cham-
travagant advertising at the policy plooushtpe are scheduled for the fourth
holders expenase and jeering at the CAUGHT 0FI THE BAT da, Jne The chaphn-
dincommtd *muck rakers.' hip, open to amateurs only, will be at
"We all know that the anti-trust law a hundred (ixty sainle and twenty
i beinA openly floated ad violated Brisco Lor is battn tin eighth poel. double) targe unknaaown angels, 0
every day by some of timhe most power- ion for Cleveland, yet i hittiMn way etre, tarts Included, eihbteen
tul men in the land. There are nun- over .00. That is a quseer lae to yards ine, hgh gin, not clas shboot-
tereese secret, unlawtl pools to con- put a mghty sager, lag, $200 added to the purse. In addi-
trol prices and restrict production op- Manar Connte Mack from person tton to flat Mom t> wtnw wll -
erating in New York today, many of onie a r S t ceive a trophy presented by the I-
them under written aesments tHt observation s of the oplne that Ma t seat o.
are criminal cospiraeles on their Huh Jea in hin ld prime was tihe ear
"If a fraetion of the energy that I greatest r p the game e1er pro
wasted I sashi Nn g**amb lng ta hos dpc' New Basebell Reoord.
door and waltcbing sao, e The Chlcago players say that Catcher The Paclflc Coast league made a
e opened in ng evdene that i Pat Moran Is filling Johnny Kllng baseball history the other day when a
oalable we should soon be able to shoes, and judging from Mr. Moran's world's record was established at
ing thin greatevil under cntl, all round work in the gamee of late Ireeman's park, in San Franetsco, by
"RSmahw or other It looks t KIlg has nothing on the Fitchtmrg the contest between the San Frane |


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*b* w, a,. .Ida ,t s..si.s o her greatconternation and dismay' lhovno by the scre!"-Lo n
to. bt. n*awno l n r ad th tent of d1 nte he it He elas hi that he decided not to rene
d9s,8t sN& ee f ahooed. He is then hims9f up tough a t am that hre 'his e Meetg hse -a.ndlord th
5te ii- 5 im pa hs *tudie, thTe ,old by no mesas o gt back other day, lhe said: o' si t NI .
br" iZtlaioup tofbe* ba o taho m astmllpPor by throuinl te hole ain, ld, heating "ca m nothing o wetoad loa&ha a
ie.a. leri_ tt A ser al in totew at t.her ear i ob- the f oor and feiaed to e dead. or It be runed." o.
io the r u- of y IteAad from oh e, and lseMr poTh t land e hat he had tWullk John take time to thinks
Sa been dong looked the landlord; no doubt t. -- ---
as 6 6"r aaU tSh i gfflca thoyd of ehf ahi peot, d, finding it au gone, she ed mee to come d o toer. I
rl.e atoe a isr ding o ay. is o ef ported t hatr he took might let you e the ar
ON 0 helmt erfey es i h ehwr the osnvict ha byin a ragl the e a duetion on the acre. d

S0 timw a o hv d sw laetirs fo0p r hi out into the ba yard; t, to O land houldbe let by the al-
A or he in d ent b t ti s, whether he hu great center aton d aing n're 'London
irsi oa atoi o w ho platd i dbn li e ntter ho d wNetha r s e ase oon as reynard found he stnr "o
ow ,a i, e d, t prg- oee rtur oaf i a isob- at large A mand oo me fre a.e to -e i rii ie
S 10takes the ". m ll, John ta. R,-,e,, Ot I Ahen
tnd Mat rth i t 6 e s t M ent on ner legsa he bolnleo of a at full rW te ... e i -hs
a o Bt M l a s l t l ty b nsd, lain t la t Huband (after a quanoel w
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baeint" o bw et-InW fcl ooahok.nof tnion gt bino e ss w ithbe aa. etoc mewtotterm.., _
a* le t to ep teri n t rat dleli ynner( c ) ahe adigobday ; 4anmet he raft thie ft Atoln aert anye woo rmds a abt it,

the g-ih et1e 0da 11ht k ta he wa bwt theacn ebair m hoe nar boa g t Th erie thde wagoip c i_.. t.
ns dt eet is ro on tn A i of Q n tibeth.. wo- ge tnotpo in o ithe ittde oarhi u.swheno t atalia s

tefle stomIam 4ooo ... (swthe th aa o eowh b w a s.arcastic laugr-

meat b ut it for fir lt.feg ane r ig ehon ou to ort Uo and;o the il oand rlan so id'e let bynth
A-s fwaoria eryit ah t l ... d ..bt h -own. i. the ott a ny sesn an i he seinaltlt, letYo. d a cy ditt,.le n
` M aore wohldo saya qha rep'k in W r he a n al le ked oon as rea-fi o u a nd he wa s S tanda UdT -i-ed- lw r m th eno mo



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i o m t o a wnaoh byono of lm oOfibt to pe IUe roePns lha t elthe dedof big a n * -- atfful
o h etoo a** a or ti at dings pm d nasyou kaddinow Thne bv e raget of tHeir owerdtrae Ih a sa tae cr d
inteyho ucane ofreii e capo0sns a umole pe chap them fo pe rty ck-tkn g to usf the hu(An of- then the m the eest
steed hat' thengfois ubtedos up. f e 40 petarnr that efoud their a deu, and he td a few e Ws i a weH careith his








m t b ut i s t i ats f orm l f- c Dtio pa rrdis oe tn o a t o shoru ln the ainy, a o moan yd sae i T,
i ser t o a a tr hin t o ead cra s encie the l tnt cul-t h e, be t on e t10 m ( M at d ;riuancft
tndohwth the genefal tth kLod Vieves adsrpe chaent aededs bg ande, Soat ITie troda "n-
ereordelmodan-todwo=fX i&oAm" meinTtelredoico btothef con- l eveOkTM. Au






ora.a -Ld Leear i e. t bcotasen oall misonds of th oqemlusi o wtha B ower wo uld rh oeing asle Wam . sw h ar m i
Si leen t ecual at ce nhie rne d o pte r i t of en. I mtoously n oi r the ait t- ove i ttenerelnde

tended.tO neqdle FoLordelsb rMA E ofatO. ouea tieh ew setr 7h eus asst.ot. h e o
ndo onme ualf y ia iorti- WIAsWounw the rd Magoagiene met ant a fewe ogaoe trade unotil- eh d m ooun foel( udt he
stun h bespecgf "Iammrl con- qivil 60aao t d ht lstartr ll bimwithan dpovertye_-LnAIont.
v-n- than iohd a very. grea dea l, lauinnew s ,a steurban inal d aa reepint cosain t dohesbit sedn to u Peat heaal itse aip Lto an
gardne br h pore ya t th i Te leg raapTh-. .
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oeseldfrom the oa ce g o lord "op w as n o inrrew d t to likerreence.pao wha the pa t hsasin b takenh rlhteos* tudtnder
ehantw por he tk a ve acive pa plesur eo f ae.7% The n ofv n by ow p culture,.n ha st- nlt d
ath h e on c e mu ttonf roeat ocasines, ,oayac aol-w tied iteso a eforgiedho ghtr




court of appeal, where hi h olleagurteat tievenM mswn ler 6 ew r o th e whlo amet he wot he t if f. equilibrium.R
were Lord Chelmsford and Lord Co-m ai wn Alfred, you coto r oOuld better employ IPd fmoe un patfon. hoAny onewith aaekitnah.b aluih lv-
mUs tbutitet equalOfthat- w hadbeseondorhotnp ompro0inch romfaoarring(Engeclad)Letter

pe.wchears may neot lafth ey&A, sto o n itokbuslyin wheitole* -ad" N mr an Atuloneaa



w u senior to hemorilt e eh o pt o ; ie ir d orse corafn el here. andta.eow t Iher likeni h ato resoaio their enforh ucei d uo e..
inde One dac WLory AWetb erv r,.c.eese. cakes, jellies,. warden nlain Set sat yu bus th ss wit- and N A .
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Plop tokttbmo ,r-toosae eywhere-
chance to meet him andubs, and so on, Alfred (still thirsting for knowl- Fl or saS o A ST. JOSEPH'S
chanced to meet him and said to to be followed perhaps by white edge)--Did it mean the sNameI aaFuREE ON fEQUsr.JO E
him, "My dear St. Leonards, why ceea tansy caps k y wo he edge)-Did it mean the same as Li v ermv r.
don't you come downSt. eonards, why cheese and tansy cake; for the base on balls when you telephoned D.m. & ,oM- 00Do^ tL ver Regulator
don't you come downtand give us drinks, ale and beer, wine, sack Ind last night that as mamma was awatE
lords valuable assistance in the house numerous varieties of mead or me- you were going out on a bat IS NATURE'S BEST ASSISTANT.
"Ah" said Lord St Leonard, theglin, some of which were con- Mamma (who is always li4tning) This remelv hiis ,r',,,:i.; ; the troe and
o l eIdcocted o ofnM amda ILrienid of the hizl.i.. a f.aii 1y 1iv g

should be of no use am old and twenty out of herbs many a five and -Benjamin Ridgely, you will take -n.. t reie f when tak.i fl r .ii,,
blind and stupid." twenty herbs. time right now to make two expla- Vi ~' .', ii testi.ri. Ui h-e, D ysbweiia. lth.
"My dear lord," said Westbury, Something For Nothing. nations, with the most important AI U e.r other trou"hle in.ci'+nt to a torpid
"that does not sign in the least. Some years ago there appeared one coming to me.-Exchange. C r m V r t'ives liver 'antaiS tte nr.
I am old, Chelmsford is blind, and in several Paris papers an adver- -- rs assistant ein the h ghest deree, ai
Colonay is stupid; yet we make the tisement of an obscure fruit dealer, Flogging the Bridegroom. T Iade in both l.i< uid aid powder form. is
very best court of appeal which has in which he offered to give a prize The singular custom of the bride- / THE GUARATEED ..leasant and areebe to the taste. prompt
ever sat in that asembly."`-Lon- of 5 francs for the largest apple .grom being flogged by the rela- U / .'"aco"'"dltear eo ,kkeunin. waeker c
don Mail. sent to him. Then fish caught at rions of the bride on the marriage I s ait Ie al Linr Me M1.
the bait with marvelous rapidity, day still obtains among at least e a Is ~z Ia fter Mar fre m
really eleod. and in lethan a fortnight te ad- three peoples of the world-in the R F n F tisfi we haTe a lare Iulbo r o eter rom
SA mild faced individual entered vertiser had received Aenoufh fruit extreme northeast of Siberia, in 'r- 1 M 11I atlsedpat, l,,. who hav be.n ,,,,.,


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Ssrema harries about giv. T iwsee nthse kaves with
M this ship's a a getting dge on onme de andMaw
a *i eS" my amwer to pu t eneth th otherP They wll
d e oeay wants a bOt of bt heeswies for cutting d ei
o .,ac to Mead a ew. MShe folead of ham, the knifetoct and the saw
S On- busy m ar going ron a week tosaw the boe. Well, inmy outh-&
usad left a bdtre uin the tl foolishness I boUgGht Ome of
"t Wis to remember their met thm saw knives and took it hoemne,
1 .Rd But Ah eedd a new Nerew =ad tha net night we had steak for
: J i Ib." The old one was all but done dinner I took it down ard laid it
t e d 0oMt lag puo tor, as it was, by the ice last win. beside my plate on the table, and
Sm* 1 the esura of ter."-Tharnton Oakley i Harper's it made a seuation.
Sat Athem to trasportMa ne. "When mypiece of steak came in
fa _to loki" '" I tried it t with the knife side
At ae apse "of men than A MUat Ad of my saw knife, but there was noth-
bOhe ab a an c Pqeualit was one of Mr. Wil- ing doing, and then I turned t
the Peat mtilliam 'M chief qualities. He loved to knife over and tried the saw side,
S or Par- be et even to the point of noting and I sawed and sawed and sawed
^the VOlWorktlep. in his account book the smallest ex- away, bending down over the t
ii blaad eia f penditues-a cent for a newspaper, aad bearing on and sawig hard,
The this another for a penciL Early in Jan- with all hands sitting around my ta-
temarkale collection, pa the ary he came out of his library to ble stopping eating and looking on,
arl of $1 000, so he w his wife wassewing. and-
i J- otri noted t oo0,00o to "My dear Jane," he began, "I am "We were all having lots of fun,
Brith museum where thee going to make a criticism that may and then without any warning the
.arbM wore in a ,special distress you, because you will prob- landlady came in. She came in and
p are t known aa the ZWgia rom. ably think it.is foolish. I assure stood alongside of me, all without
SThee was a get deal of bitter you that it is not. I have been read- my knowing, with me keeping right
when the weren taken away iag through the almenpc for this on sawing, and then she touched me
mea d the ear was ald year, and there is one obvious er- on the shoulder, and I looked up,
a md ao t a rober. ror ." with the whole dining room now
y l pep" deplored l "What is it?" said Mrs. Williams, looking on, and then 0he stood there
Moval and r Byon was par- looking up from her work. and looked down at me--just looked
S l sarI sti la the matter. t year they said that the at me, that was all-but the look
.At the tie thee were taken ork was seventy-two million years she gave me was enough, a great
AM S them the spledid r were old, 8ad this year they say the same plenty. I put down the saw.
b ig sadly neglected. Their re- thing." "I hoped' it would end there-I
moval created a deire i modern "But"- bean his wife. had put away the saw knife for good
Athens to peerve e amumenta, "They should be exact," protested -but it didn't. It was on a Thurs-
and since that time the Greek ar- the man. "I can't for the life of me day that I performed my great feat
Selety,a made ev- ee. why they shouldn't say seventy- for the amusement of my table, and
tto gm ad Mtoet the two million and one. If one's true, on Saturday, when I paid my board
peees remains of the glorious then the other is. Why, oh, why, for the week, the landlady coldly in-
peiod of their country's history. can't these people be precise?"- formed me that my room had been
While there is a distinct loss in Youth's Companion. rented to a boarder who would take
not seeing the Greek marbles in possession of it the next morning,
their original positions, it is cer- Not Arguing. Sunday, and that day I had to spend
ail privege for the English The person who feels like saying looking for another boarding p ace, |
people and visitors from all parts of "Let us keep silence, that I may which was not at all funny. i
th world to study them in the Brit- have the talk all to myself," would "It is difficult to find anything
ish museum and to have the valu- fain reduce conversation to an en- perfect all the way through. Tough
ble plaster easts of them which we tirely one sided affair. as the steak undoubtedly was, my
have in our art museums. The London News says that the room had always been kept in the
The horses of the frieze in the El- late Charles Keene, the artist of pink of order, and I certainly did
gin collection are marvels of light- Punch, used to describe with great hate to leave it. But for such a
ness and lifelike form. The veins delight the method of a certain man crime as mine there could be no sus-
on their faces and Jegs seem to be whom he called a pothousee Rus- pension of sentence, for, as every
actually distended with the blood in in." boarder should know, there is one
circulation. They seem to movt This person was sitting with a thing that no landlady will stand
sad to roU their eyes. friend in an inn parlor and was for. Whatever it may be, she will.
So long as there is a love for ar- haranguing the other man on mat- not stand making fun of her table."
tietie work and a reverence for terms in neral. Finally the friend -Boston Herald.
genus the .gin. marbles will be ventured mildly to interpose an ob- --
oo*nted the chief treasures of the section. The speaker drew himself A pot Suit.
British mes-m.-Bemton Globe. up with much Jinity. A man whose wife found much
"I ain't a-argamng with you," aid fault with him-probably with jus-
IN THE DRYDOCK. he;.-"m a-teling young" tice-on account of his untidiness,
went to a tailor to order a suit of
Whe a Veaesl Needs a B*t f WsIMig What Wee In He. Hair. clothes.
-ad P,,. Now, Margaet, dear, Pm going "What kind of goods do you
Within the ain a steamer ia to aut aome Vae N on onour hair want a tlhe thi tni o


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i. ~ atuc gSon arenton ta h't A am- "All wool and exactly of this
t puaping engines clang; an ma to her mall hopeful of u lA. color," replied the customer, pre-
eal ti:p Re on tlO enagee houame oNma'rn rat ay. renting a sample.
'.4p aeteau. Men rushb t"Iwo W be?" "It is hard to tell just what color
t, wa signals, lowering props asked her te litt later this is," rejoined the other, inspect-
agaiM '&A ip. There come sharp "It looks al y. ing it. "Where did you get it ?"
ko i th master of the dock, 0Oh, my mi put amene as- "I cut it from my last suit"
who stadas with folded arms at the line in it to take the aB4o "It doesn't seem to have any fg-
d of the idu. The crew are onMV M'eed little Margaret wiseldy. ure."
n bon&tbd. ey line the rai, -New York Times. "No. This is where some grease
hatteriag sad geistiolsting; thrust got on it. I cut out the entire spot.
eim heeds through rows of ports. Oeg *f wrail*" I want something a grease segt
a sk rapidly. The The familiar exclaation, WHur- won't show on. See ?"
em the locks, and rah" is probly a corruption of After a lengthy explanation the
d bottom comea to "Tor ie" (Thoraid), a battlecry of tailor succeeded in convincing him
view. he s an old boet, s a red the ancient Norsemen. Some phi- that there was no cloth of that kind
by epms. The great plate beneath lologists, however, contend that the in the market.-London Mail.
her water ine are named with rust; word is derived from the Slavonic
the peat hao vamshed; the iron is "Huraj," meaning "to paradise." A Fishekin Suit.
tea fhto farowsby years of seet- In India and Ceylon the mahouts The skin of a fish does not rmg-
ag water; barnades rout about and attendants of baggage ele- get itself as a suitable material for
her bahl, k ltering thickly O .one pants cheer them on by perpet- the making of clothes, yet it is used
ameser, here and there hw into wlly crying, "Ur-re-re!" The Arabs for this purpose by a tribe of Tar-
haM of MIls, sprs of which run and camel drivers in Turkey, Pal- tars in a ria. They inhabit

d in all direction ad diapp earestine and Egypt encourage their the banks of the Peony river and
lato the shadows bath her hall; animals to speed by outing: live by fishing and hnnting. During
growths of Mwed ding upon her "Ar-re! Ar-re!" The Moors in the last budred years they have be-
S fl 1 WlM b8n'9 it*,9. S drive their mules with rene- eome nearly extinct owint to the


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FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


No. N o. N o. 7 No. 0
DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY
40 i 9 30 am Lv..Jaeksoville ..Ar 80 pm 0 am
5 S pm,10 56 -m Lv St.Augustlae..Ar 60 pm 70 am
6 27 pm am Lv .but Platka....v pm 608 am
S01 pm 1 32 Upm Lv .... Ormond.... .v pm 42 am pulimi
o8 14 pm 44 pL v.....Dayto ...... 14 pm 415am
8 pT 2 u p a.Lv.. Naw Syr ..v 240 p n 40 am op t

1 30 opm 5 07 pm .v ..Melbourne.. v 12 0 pm 10 am tween 2
I 28 am 7 05 pm v ...Ft. Pierce..... v 10 2 am 11 pm Key ove
:: 4 am 9 In pm -.. PalemBeaeb Lv 04 am 840 pm Jackso
A am 11i80pmAr .. Miami ... Lv 530 am 600 pa anda
7 00 am ......... Lv.... Miami......Ar ..........b 30 pm On
S20 am!..........'Lv.. Homestead...Lv .........4 10 pm
1044 am ......... Lv .... Long Ky... Lv...... 4.. 4 am
I11 ) am ....... !Ar Knthts Key Lvi ........1.. 00 am
- uupm ........Ar. KeyW ....._. 07 S0 am
s am. ......... A .... Havana....Lv I...........13 00 pm
.4uuday,. Tuesday and Tursdays. arrivals at Key We. -
tTneqday*, Thirsdays and aturdayr. departures from Key West.
tMondavs, Wealnelayr and Fridays. arrivals and departures at Havana.


Effetive June 17, 1909


an Buffet Parlor carq
I on trains 2 and ;c be-
iaelovllle and Miami.
an Buffet Sleeper he-
lew York and Knights
r A. C. L. Line north of
ville is bandied on trains
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6 15 am :........... No. 102 Dally.........6 930 am 8 00 am .......... N o. Daly ......... 8 0 'am
9 30 am ........No. 1, Dally..... 9 am 11 25 am ..........No. i Dilly......... 11 4 a
1205 pm ......... No. Da'y. 12 25 pm 5 pa...*. No. 107 Daily...... 15 pm
4 10 m :....... .No. 10 Daly..... 4 30 pm 4 3 pm .....No. 10 Daly..... 455 pm
5 15 pm ...........No.-ltO Daily .... 35 pm 6 55pm .... No. Ill Daily............ 15 pm
6 35 pm .............No. 11 Daily......5... 55 pmpm .......o. 133 Daily...... 7 2U pa
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desk M t buids up sound health-
keeps Fes welL
OBOORGIANA
M Ja e Taylor is suffering from an
attack ofieryiplas in her face and eyes.
Mrs. Arthur Sims and Mrs. Lou Walk-
er spent last Thursday with A. B. Car-
ter and family.
Frank Allen went to Daytona last
week to get the Allen hoase at Daytona
Beach ready to rent for the summer
season.
The house on Hiscock point is fast
nearing completion. Quite a number of
men were laid off last week and those
left arrdoing the finishing inside.
Mr. Seaborn Wadsworth, wife and
youngest daughter, Lucia, left for their
home in Duxbury, Mass., last Saturday.
They may remain north this year until
after Thanksgiving.
Miss Virgil Singleton called on friends
in Georgians last week and Miss Witt-
fekl and Miss Mary Allen returned with
her Saturday afternoon and visited in
Eau Gallie until Sunday afternoon. Carl
Wittfeld went down and brought them
home in his launch.
Monday and Tuesday were certainly
stormy days. The heavy southwest
blow Tuesday almost discouraged John
Quincy, our mail carrier, but he did
finally succeed in getting the mail over.
The men who carry the mail across Ind-
lan river certainly earn their money
when the yiver is rough, and that oc-
cars very often during the fall and win-
ter. The blow this week seams rather
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mrs. W. L Beeth ha been qu
WOOL
W. Wet aad wife have moved in
oink esttg&.
WI. X. Rsech wasa visitor int
#m A.ivlr Wed...ay.
Mi. Walter Booth spent last
wVit4 br pm sto iat la.
Jes t. Clair an wife have m
h JH M0.n4 . J

in thr hoseant E t with her atve.
and Edas Maell spentSat ayind M
Dr. G. W. HolmPeek ret of Sharpes,


in town Monday and esf afen at h1
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after a pleatist with bhersste
land McMiln returned Momat
from Marathon where he has been
a few weeks.
The Ladies' Aid society was a
taed atthe homeofA r. J.dw.
On Wednesday.
Dr. LA.Peek returned from B
more on Monday&andMisagain athil
sem each afternoon.
R. Moss Iet-rneItohlshomeatD
his & es6 Mrs. A. 0. Andrew.
Mr. Chaneey and wife arrived T
day from Mame, Ga., and will
charge of Hotel Inn for the summe
The Indian River, owned by C
Casper, will run on Monday to thec
bration at Mebourne. Quite a nm
will go from here
Services at the Baptist and St. Jc
Episcopal churches Sunday mornim
1030 o'clock, and in the Baptist and
Pauls M. E. churches in the even
Everyone invited.
Mr. Ohi, of Yamato, has rented
Gleason cottage and in a few weeks
eral more of the Japanese colony
arrive and begin work on the place
paratory to farming in the falL
Rev. R. F. Whitehurst and family
Galena, 0., moved into the Edge re
on Wednesday. Rev. Whitehurst
much to say of the delightful clin
and the tool breeze wafted from
ocean here.
America the Peace Nation
"America Is the logical nation
bring about universal peace throu
out the world," said United States
prenme Court Justice David J. Bre
the other day before the New Jer
Bar association in Atlantic City. N
"I believe an all wise Provkhinc.e
a hand in the rise of this great c
try to a world power that is alh
dictate peace Instead of war-throi
out the world." he added.
"With brass buttons and epau
becoming more plenty, with cons
talk of fighting and invention of
weapons, this country must watcl
prevent its people drifting into dre
of empire that can only lead to di
ter. Many wars are simply cauieC
political ambition."
He predicted that the time w
come when the real arbitration w
be made "between London and
York. with other money market
the world."


i, .u- rI I ; UrA Ib A Ai n .-

how,,MIndian River State Ba

aAd&a Ath Capital, amee s. at ,
f. L 6ad ad the fetowft -~ De-dl es
A0 b e roui Nwt k erp t hmevdl,

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
rlhm tanlatest h map 1at lorda,
nl "a resPetsgives better LARGEST AND OLDEST BANt ON THE RIVER
information than any I have seen, Exsaa.bogw-t mad gold o al fomia nema s. Mgoi
the proposed route of ship canal ap c t service polt~ .Ui1 at -iw
from Jupiter, on the Atlantic, to a.ve? w. S. ;v k O e
*- ^---^ ^ rik ODMPONrDEe TrXst Copany, Bsadwar, Now YeTka CW Tbe A*-
Ceveland, on Charlotte harbor, basme Nadmas ank Tf tJasuavrl Ja.ckson- ils.ul
. o to be the best, most feasible TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

.m* The 27th degree of latitude is six II
Smiles north of Jupiter and about five
it2. miles north of Cleveland. The town-
ship line, almost the -ame to both.
alp s From the Atlantic to Lake Okee- H A
chobee the distance is thirty miles.
The width of lake thirty mile. FihN .
ag MiAod Jas. Printchard & Son
miles, and the distance on Shell creek
Sis eighteen mile. Between the t Handle th Finest ines of
era of the two creeks is only twelve Handle the Finest Li es f
Ss-in all about 10 miles. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Now on this route there is water, a
town towit: Jupiter inlet, 6 miles; Lake
Oeehober, 0 miles; Fhbeating Our Stock of
weekc reek, 18 miles; Shell creek, 18 miles a S o G o
-in all, 72 mies. Of swampor low-. GS and Sporting Goods
ha land there is 24 mile making a total is m
of very easy canal building of 96 Is Com plete at all ti tyI O
OMo The U. S. survey (profile) from PaintS and Oils of Quality
w- Tampa to Titusville, gives Lake Kis- of
bsi- anmee 46 feet elevation, so I judge One Of our pe iales
Lake Okeechobee is about 30 feet.
Say By the Co atbee river to QuotationS for large or small orders will
S"at Punta Rausa is78 miles and the whole be given personal attention. Mail Orders
of this very crooked river would have limited and promptly filled
day to be canaled, as there is only about solicited and promptly filled
Sfor seven feet from Punta Rassa to Ft. I I MJ
tr Myers, and from there, dredging to
noel Boca Grande. If taken on the line
Proposed, the whole land-locked safe -B- DY- -- -
ti- commodious Charlotte harbor would E. L. BRADY & BR O
i of- be available and the commerce ofY
the world could ride in safety. Groceries, Hay, Grin and all Food Produts
SA Horrible Holdup We handle produce of all kinds. We are gets fr Mapes' Fertilius. Wedeal easlamvely
with "Aboutte my brother was'le in the above lines of goods and slcit the trade of all comnmers. Write us for pri on
p' in his work, heth and happieby what Gralin and all Groceries, delivered at year station. L. BRADY &BRO, Tnswua.,
ues- was believed to be hopeless consumption,"- -- -
writes W. IL. Lipoomb. of Washington, N. C. D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL, 3alin.led P armeits
take "He took all kinds of remedies and treatment
.. from several doctor, bt found no help till BA N N D R UST O RE
he used Dr. King's New Disecover y and was BNR R R 1 ST
apt. wholly cared by six bottles. He is a well man
e todae y." It's quick to relieve and the surest T"ltMinrulI.0e, FloW 1 4C.a
ele- re for weak or sore lungs, hemorrhages,
nber coughsand brohiti grippe, asthma Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
and all bronchial affection. fL and $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Banner Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
ohns Drug Store.
g at Mail orders solicited and ptomptly filled. Will order anything we
d Atcdent will happen, but the best rea- iaveg*t la stock
SSt lated families keep Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil _.. h.s
ing. for such emergencies. It subdues the pain a Ve
and heals the hurts. John L. Van De Veer W. H. Perd
e C...hidr C,, TITUSVILLE ICE CO
wi FOR FLETCHER'S Pure Ice Manufactured from DistiMed Water
pre- C A S T O R I A Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Piats on tha Florida Eagt Coast
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or any other indication of a weakened or dis-
ordered condition of the kidneys or bladder
should get DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
;P right away when you experience the
least sign of kidney or bladder complaints.
but be sure that you get DeWitt' Kiduey and
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S Dealers n Staple and Fancy Groceries
Tonsorial Parlors S _at Competitive Price
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