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 9, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00709
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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Ist *e sd o is t b e Head r to be a gra r itr worth 20 cent, Monday only, 14 Dr. Mer. t T.

', and vary in a place situated on the eanal between stripes ad endl variety of gures, all the people.
I, ima mS!a seetteMIndian, river and the Msquito lagoon We Itentsper aefa ti" ^ thi
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S IMI' SA which i. nisforgi ahead asao P lace. w.ds ofIsumn mo er at d.
t MM M 'sattat ot$1M ,$18$ a good qual..a.i- with three Smm., ther-. a t91.
andP. edaiderable importance o account rowso insertion e d Mr L andule tehia
gMr.h l eft W e t T M WINSTON S. BRANN G of its advantageous nation. to math, special cents each. movr picture outt to Whi
R1' Is a' h vffl ii a p o weeks. | 7toot Sg pole ad a^ M-ra^ M mincheswdspcl per rol Cowty Judge p Rr Wrol t-

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e.M JU A L Yha a I I,.. ..Ua Z.1.p te Of it wi th oe o aknoved w ba n p. tedw nyOny. f. dM., s,
Ir 'A.LP. WkON take lhte qM peie it wa. nearly noon an everyone re bargains in embroidery andin
a la t we paired to me tables and tents, laces, also a good um y remnants in Tana.
W n- phu to o i that dA i The following address was deliv- which Mr. A had already pre inserti.on Tit ille mother boat d wel at
,-m,-a-.- end at the Fourth of July celebra- pared for them, to partalp of a ne l aists,ade inthe Allenhurst Monday, carig of
S- n i NI r Pa M p.nidinner. latest style with long leeves, allover thrrw ie ou five, At, c-
o S: ^_ p3t, d feWo041. M. Robbinms, of this ptlaeMe. Asoc t
it is an oration eabodyig a higher The motor boat race was the first ricsa
r w t order at thought than generally giv- feature after dinner and it was a batste We alo bhaJ a sood many t theis.e wee ds
el J JA nla to bb prettysight There were ten entries remnants in lawns aid yo tht I the irnme m
N hemteCb ogl btard t Sto 9on a mons d Wallstarted and nine covered find just what yoa ar loo ag for. that the weatm.e ia delightfully cool
StedJHaOrea TrB S rAR takes grat plem Ure i tanhe ent me couse, which was trian. Juuus UM th ,b-
to l, thh hl mfopwtg pesenting,the same in full to its gular laid southward in Mosquito. I- Ttuvie, Florida. The huseboat Evergide, awned
TAy. a' ny readers. After being intro goon from the canal beacon, twice by oaL R. M. of New
SeT... A. .n dued iMr. RAobbins said around, making five miles, the finish closed the fact that the fair sex are Y k,. pamd. t placu
Kr. T.* A..w, U,- l- h d. md n mes in the canal in front of the aable spriing atrapid r s roue north 'tha p t ofr frasm
dta S Ga., d S Eto Ladle and Gestlemn and Fellow Ot- storeand postofce. Ino thi nOesting event a. of t e owner an board.
t i iu--J im : w The boats were anchored in a line ingladies Mrs. C. J. Den- r t h.
ISN tIt is tting that at each birthdayof and when starting gun was freidey ham, Mrs. G. Robbis, Mre. Harry Thrs
auy. the stion we abould, wtih grati started up their motors and made Wilson, Mimes Fanie Stewart ^Zan- o Bt o ,
M' tt. Glar dwilad .efor et png t ,m fro orm n for the south stake, Blue Be and die Stewart,he ha ton Jb s Ph to Joan Ers. Ma w her

0g l stawh .s..tu wisohts or eow eitisenrhadhverboen ld P H. Nauman, 20d conty nt heor an to in a irs. Deisiw, Mis kaitd. Renaker
111.-win mdm l a. witp=te o. 6 a re tnnk he. Bellt, 2 0 t$spoon at arms length mad at .gnal Hnd iaste, w ed Courcey, lsoA
to o-posterity a Wid- where IIorty covered the course in that orde, raced a dise tane of Taboit e yards.1 s. Phe md o ldr left for
m~b M ony the Platt withi s -aable limits, equality ._ op Wasp withdrew on tha second Most of there m drop thefo Jaksonvil ystrdy where Mrs.
gBpl- eted concate portuanity s far as law can proftably round on account of her motor not the course waM hal er, Rob- Deiner and two ldren will
Stpilr ufn effect it and fraternal good wil among running ular. bins and Mrs. Cards reaching the spend several wee
iIn b ..eb th tis 1 whaivenj advatoe ed The start was made at 1:2 and the finish almost atie, Mrs. Robbins was
,ci a r ,4 subject to a the "tI isn h l hoav name o the pe boats and finishgue B ronounlc d winner of htn ftrrkE.lLat. n E Bady & Bra., had their stock
anrm ehea -nb and bear testimony to the ,, ,, ae
4 4kl iJt o$amW also a mk -d a t phg v tesefolows: a^^ tw-pud bxo in df S Mrsof groceries removed from acessouth
tlamut chPatt re se Bluea Philmon Stewart, 1:57 a bo of te side of their store Monday it r order
Mr and Mrs. Tom Joho en left son faos l whiha we ve. To have a Crickett, J. D. Ennis, 1:58 same. to renew the inside wall, which had
the early train T eanod for part i this achoevtents thehigh .Comet., Leon Wilson, 1:58:45 oMINOR SPORTS ruined from dampn coming
hw New a te "w ehrou the ,.n w I
Brx N York where will state toa whah n Ameis are m Maudie, Frank Watton, 1:59 The greasy pole was a tough proof. oste bvc wall.
make that their headquarters for ad thousands from other lands, like- Kathleen B. W. Watton, 1:59:30 position for the half doen boys who Infomation w receid hee the
o k 0ie, of months' stay while visiting wise our fellow citiens, have een ad- Pelican, H. Nauman, 2:00 made many noble efforts to ride out first of this week of the dath of J. B.
Sa ngst their friends and relatives aitted. Gonthem, Geo. Rumfelt, 2:01:30 to the $1.00 prize at the end of it. I Hunniact, which occurred in St. Au-
i New York and New Jeey. On July 10th, 1821, the Sp nish B Elsie, John Vann, 2:02:30 Phil Wattonecanenearest to reaching gustiae Sunday. Mr. Hannicut was.
Saf ty m.inn. was hauled down from over old Ft. Ma- Fairy, John Carver, 2:05 the prize so he got the dollar. one rt the most popular conductors
the bear td ht of eqa rion- at St. Agustine and the Stars and Wasp, C. W. Griggt, withdrew In the swimming race, acroS. the on the F. E. C. railway for a number
th n thea rolls stripes of th American n rize, $8.00, won by Blue Bell canal and back, hi Watton won of years.
the July held this wee n its place. The Spanish troops kett ft e o CntyComissionr J. R.Miot

P iSor the' work t at n teOkHll A y it iaoner however, e Fifth $1.00, o Kathleen got the one pound package. Teddy an ,.yone 1 athed fTo Tetrae cat-
. _n s numbrs ve them protection, e trancE. B. Wager, B. W. Watton and Morgan pat up a brave effort but .in the wholette o rida.
Meta ir p y e Spanish governors forever F. N. Hith cock, judges was distanced by the larger boys. oysw she esnt sail any more, but
The 'Iteidrebasbal team iaved 0 years not to molest the Indi and .GUN SHOOT mHeWaton, committee. ih does "mote."
Sthe Oak i alie at Oak Hill a the nd men held the entire country ex- r har Immediately after the mrw sports
d the game taking place in the rain cept St. Augustine s, P coie St Directly after the motor boat race the oration for the day was delivered The three new dredges for the
i s the core standing 11 to 9 in favor Marks, Tama and a few other towns, the gun shoot was held. There were by Hon. Geo. M. Robbins and was drainage canal at Miami, built by the
Sthe Ok Hill bo The Tituavilles for ip ot ha o sseven events in which clay pigeons listened to with marked attention by Merrill-Stevens Co., of Jacksonville.
A oede their d aot under the it was not the habit of PeSae were thrown from three trapeplaced the large crowd present This ex- passed Titusville Sunday morning
ditomn and are loud in their praises to sh alone into the country bke the in the edge of the lagoon, which re- cellent address which sows much They are named Tallahassee, Billy
of the aine treatment the Oak Hill Ameran pioneer but they establihed suited as follows: thought and study in its preparation Bowlegs and Tom Tigertal after
Sboys gave themn. themselves only in towns where their First event-15 bird match, en- is given in full in THE $AR and is Seminw le braves long ago deceased.
Numbers gave them protection trance $1.50; six entries, S. A. ar- well worth the ca reful erusal f all .
The ule draoein the A seated One of the first acts of the American ren took first, $4.50, on score of 12; our readers. Ms. Julius Kite and daughter.
i wagon Mt h e l t at adI o government established hereunderGen- D. B. Pritchard second, $2.70, on 10, About 5 o'clock the crowd of peo- Miss Leona, left on the early train
besnew ithell car Wednesday Jackson was to notify the red men C. Jackson third, $1.80 on 9. pe dispersed for th homes th Monday morning for New York so
on Mainstreet and in running away tath u n Second event-20 bird match, en- words of praise to Coimodore Allen as o catch the Clyde Steamship Iro-
the wagon was turned over in cross that they wod no loner be pr e trance $2.00, six entries, Pritchard who did so much toward making the uois sailing out of Jacksonville that
a ditch throwing the driver and to hold the country but must remove to took first, $6.00 on 18; Brady se- day's celebration the great success afternoon. They will be away until
r. D. H. Spell to the ground, and a reservation south of Peace rver ond, $3.60, on 14; Garren third, $2.40, and pleasant affair that it was to all, about the rmddle of October and Mr.
the latter sustained some severe the gulf coast. Of course this meant on 12. -- Kline wil follow in about three
bruises, but no serious hurts. war, but no other alternative was possi- Third event -10 bird match, en- Try a grape float at our fountain. d'wask time.
et table if the country was to be opened up trance $1.00; seven entries; Jackson You will like it.k ,
a es Gents Furnishing Dep't to white settlement and ever become a won first, $3.50. on 9; Pritchard sec- BANR DRU STORK. RNTR RY c D. HOE
Men's trousers made of excellent state of the American Union. ond40 $210 Chonh 8Nad 1 Stone churns, fruit jars and rubbers
quality of worsted, peg top, turn The history of that war is familiar to $,Fos' event -b5 bird match. en- o urc otes Waiters white jackets and aprons
over cuff, special $2.per pair, end- every American schoolboy. A mile be- trits ree entrie-5 Brad match.en- Rev.. wm. Stones will pr'ahl *n ialvanizet screen wire :to. : 2,:34 inch
les variety of patterns. low us, through this peninsular is a mil- atravie set, olnte; Brad wond r, Sunday next itt Indiantla at 14)0 l A uRlt .Bill. los
Also anotherlot made in the height itary canal made to transport troops and aox ofs getc rs on 27; o s izes a. m. and at Rockledge at :t3 ( p. A. GARUNhR phoe 4

Sof fasMon, worth 4 .00, special *I.49 munitions down the river to Maj. Childs, given by the management. D Uean Kobottum will ~otciate in t. 5 or 6 doses '666" will cure any
r Men's ne irts, collars at- at Fort Pierce, while the "old Capron Fifth event- 15 bird match, four Marks church, Cocoa, Sunday inin- ea of chills and fever. Price 25c.
tached, best aty soisette,' Trail," which runs down the west side entries at $2.50 each. Jackson won ing, July 11th. at 11 o'clock, and in
could hardly be told m alk, spec- of the river ridge over on the mainland, first of $5.00 on 13; Skill second of St. Gabriels church, Titusville. ,un- Launch Kathleen for Sale
tal $.N each. "2. on 10 Pit.hard third of $2 *0 day evemng at 7:30 ock. .
JUuus KLINE, recalls the path of the troops who pick- $2.80 on 10; Pritchard third of $2.: Length 2 ft. by 7 ft. beam with lo
Titusville, Florida. eted the country during the latter part on .t event--15 bird match, six Remember The Alpine for lodging ft. cabin, equip!je with a h. p.
of the struggle and captured and trans- contestants, entries free. First prize and quick lunch when in Titusville Lathrop motor n r.t cla order.
5 or 6 does "666 will cure any ported the Indians to the west, until in a beautiful gun case presented b -speed over measured course miles
case of chills and fever. Price 25c. 1842 only about 300 Indians were left, S. B. Hubbard Hardware Co., of Orange and Grapefruit Trees per hour, ut tw ea o. d-
or about the number we have with us Jacksonville, won by Jackson on 13; Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high A
For Rent today. second, a box 10 cent cigars, won by hickory hammock. Free from white For Sale Cheap for Cash
Furnished rooms with privilege of As youths, our sympathies have been Skill on 10; third a recoil pad, won, fly. One year to two year old buds. .
light housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. with the brave Osceola and his people, by Garren on 5. Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- About 88 acres of good high land
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Of this digrae he ws ashamed more Sun. the distance of more than a hun- one of which belonged to an
that he -soled toe .tae Almt Rt obeddred stars in all.-Scientific Ameri- one of wasch beonged prsehter.
hours a day, nd be oolti lo Almt RnmImbrd can. man who was a retired priaefighter.
industry for eve years, with what Donald had returned from a visit The Irishman's dog was badly beat-
i-uW rrov.xent i S u.-- tly own. to the country and we a full of rem- Sottih Marriag. Custom. en, and the fact was a source of
Th part of k i history deervs to inicences of persons and things Many quaint marriage customs deep chagrin to the owner. Hewas
be rem-bered. t-m,-v avs a that had interested him. "I met a still survive in some old English very jealous of his dog's record, but
emBter, as d Usi adami. boy, mamma," he said, "that had and Scottish families.. One notable as only he and the painter had en
tion to youn mn who aing iest the queerest name I ever heard. He tradition of this sort still kept the ght he asked the latter in a
oe part o life in iame a said his folks found it in the Old green by the Dukes of Atholl and derid dly significant way which of
pleare. ar tempted to throw away Testament. It was-it was-let me their heirs, says the London Lady's the dogs won.
the mi e of it. waysee--yes, it was Father William or Realm, is that of the bridegroom "Why," was the reply, "your dog
William Father. I've forgotten just carrying the bride across the thresh- won, of course. He was underneath
Pufr Mtk. now which. But it was one or the old of Blair castle, it being in ac- the other dog, but he was chewm1
"Have you thrown the cow into other." cord with an ancient tradition that the life out of the cur all the time.
the antiseptic tak ?" "But, Donald," said his mother, it is unlucky for a bride who enters "Thts rightt" said the Irish-
"Yes." "there is'no such name as Father the castle for the first time to walk man. -"Yo have saved your loite."
"Have you washed the can with William or William Father in the in the ordinary way. This is only e_ .-.
carbolic acid solution?" Old Tetament." one of the many quaint old feudal N t_. hes et. o
"I have. "Are you sure, mamma ?" customs that are observed upon this Newtt-Yes, he's getting out a
"Havre you plunged into the "I certainly am, dear. I have estate, which the Duke of Atholl okof hs poems. Calls the thing
gem mtroyingbath yourself?" read it through several times. Wil- holds from the crown by one of Autumn Leaves, believe.
Cwerb ly liam is a comparatively modern those strange tenures which are oc- Ctc dont sv
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TiMyjfr l.s Wed awiemakingte -- bev by which the di.ane*. leep has em.dat thith.
St A tLIb utato In idn t, ag a between the eye i,, I it were, ti- The dark eertdW nea
Sl mer-. Sdy ra With a ged in- bae. The bed n eat in mtidir, with
bP g~ ~ Ayl of o_ -. m planet aboler be ow.oal
.. ,M. 1M y or bU ,ole p i, I ral e ,SUBe. I F .t ow the the nd earth
7-- ws, "w- Ot--- lar. Sfppo m i female to pre t l glses twe y be- he bseOn i, maU a id up
.t -- duase mfty enis, a erme. in sltw. imed A eyev by a photn- the oee f but a tree hxl the
-' l ea bee -males, _a !le eason ould oBte *6 fo m tnmeo the heav- p=to the Ipe above. Then e-
l4 Ie e e bluebottle toir into 58,000,000 of a th bodiBe- for the dmoon.e ly a pot ot wd brio o thon
M lt eh deourig inets. At e and the Uame moment let iplao to realities aa it pe aes fO
SmA s h What a mercf.,l thing it itth ha-t a the men ad the dar-ooes to darkneh. ConoM-
2 --.L ,,, I-- DAD a q o the2 aAauego With a od in- m. The bedein i r, with

M m. U, .Ten v we haW o ,an aUIet o th hape this be tae both at s of raet ae anqickly ad b n tly,
l yr to ~. lt who ie t ip doi Beal obienatoriy rat Ge withd. Fmo tUthe arer thelt i the earh
'. Supposing a femal emy, the ty. Plag the two photographs w e by w qbe seey sad tm ly leandi o
S V f ley t a dy seariy all i very smicreael rapid- d Sin th e we ha U agn to a tene whites th
ft a ee The oeen be will o es at boe rl thebody intive, and the E
t ame rate d 300 an hor, een and ythe sie moment lt h the ia mooaight thes from
S10 f*e eandVot compete with the to. ta e. more to carry the eye into the re-
S dd mr w e s, th so called white ant. The Bat or the on ad the nearet gion of dreams on earth than there
S-- t' IqWwe e termite has been known to piets, ow i ghbor in the s in the heaven, for the dee rt
paid a lay 84,000 e a day and to keep ivere after the moon, the di spreads out around one in a silver,
-S6 eAnt n a whole of the laying saon* reason is thlaa a ailable be placed teo it horeea. The ey
S- which s about a month. distance ma the eat, taen bae ot te hre h s ta
STe lfe of th quen be i, h- dt i rather mal for th ky, nor n the mind know wheth-
Sthe ispr we rw loger theB that of the tr- Hower, owng to in- thre i any meeing. In th
leAd w-*e mite Sh lives end go on lagens wease aad skill of dimness of coming sleep one won-
eaced. Th- we for four or f .e smmesn and in her sral es ad by sabtit- des whether the hand of the sky
mM .t t lifetime e sky at lst a million and he the mot eane measurement are alway just or t of reach of those
mk bwef ahalf"femi. or tmsnopo one emamnation, of the desert, whe their thee is al-
the mAil Al who laa gardens know what mUgW have sooneeeded in over- ways another mile to journey and
y p e g ly, or phis, be- cog the d nlty for the son. I awy aMnother hil to limb and,
a e-. Iseem to iree t'k w may y that a pitwonering, one drifts into
STwaphis isB i tone way, the most t dth prt of t amount. one back to earth in tth ime to see the
Sof a forms f iet life, Kowing the sns ditane, we get sin pas up from behind the low
'-t fer, a .the female can and do that of all the plants by a well hills. In contrast to the vague
Slay -, ual method of in- known relation listing between the night the proceeding is rapid and
._.. ---. .me,_ sby a sort of bdiin proe- plaetaiy distances. businesslike. The light precedes its
W*e9 a$hey growing on the But now for the ald stars, monarch only byhalf an hour or &s
b t tN h We -sts exactly as wha e be hudreds of thou- and ere the soft colors have been
v.e, ,.A,,hme seap grpew tat of the te- tm~ -rt aerroedt thawi fully appreciated the ion a ,e
ah MOe i._e I a OURsiLk I ,ie plant. the sn. There evidently canbeano over the rocks and flingp a *aeon
S t*for t fu The old pad nee at the question of any sdyient eye d- beam into the eyes of every living
w.h -t"a.-. .-.. Ira f tweaty-Ae ad as ythe tance on or earth. Meanwhile our thing, so that in a moment the
--- tb liiyouang em at *n* metaeach c 5an scsU with the fe ha provild camp ir stirred and awakenaed.-Ar-
-. Jo- its twety-ve on the fo- s with a w Soe distance, 24,000 thur E. P. Weigall in Blackwood's
Sdy times greater thanany possible eye Wgvi,,
Wtos tiv -ey frI--- otns two. rki -ditanceko wh the earth esn, for now that -st hre hil ioma
Smtipbeis out a conclu- we ow the diane at which the Nt Tkin Him.
SSo n, wr it me-ns this: Su eart- h travels in its orbit around the A small negro boy wahs goug
. .that the a.. .. .oul su mawe cnitakew the dter of isony alot street cngturte

? ,to number too ong to quote here. nat apart willt repnt the stellar turtle and seeme to make it u ,
4b tet (whe has been shug down Say&a suand mefhow it i tho S wn- w o r el as ien S from points the dig- "W he e is yoc all goin r with d an
n t h i hbe ,w i s ye aa e s between w hich is already besteThe little he ard the question
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But yee ret s w ed int time it woul take and looked around with autonish-
wl lthinafewtheaopio. laTy traverse it. The time would ment, but, not h entirely set.-

w--rth- e-". ith avrgenmbree brS be about sixteen minutes. led as to whe-.I. voice came
Me mphri .n- ,t he. o- .. a _albu s 0 Hower ev enthis distance, i- from, walked on. Again the ventril-
to b othi el in. ritpe mt whi erhap get mewht beyond, what don dropped you "- ha
ArDeist ,en he biedthe Indeedt t he e o ar, coin o asmt-stio we c as is, o the whole, i- t a ithp I s over t e

degree 0f A. 0,0 wA a o deeaent atfr cbinng an, whse eggs are the we u qu, fr btain a reo- tsidy were -
to le obt iyWpecl, favor le most tem, if left haoelv out mc vew of the srooer have not is only aeu a-takin'me- a- ate y
e1A WM AnhenoOfs atundherean od sorwph o a large scale-that is, that the turtle bad been gifted with

1.It will be seen, therefore, t he measurement of the photos we ,0y "I isn't a-takin' you all nowhar. I
DeAsn Swift, Wn he claimed the Indeed, the poor, common or g wae caen attain by simple stereoecopicez A ee
degree A. R.O, was so deficient as den aen, whose eggs are those we inspection; but, as we said a mo- AwLtoha Ante r
UftI Waf yo sel t &, -a-twetyAM enraton oud b a tthestllg tutl an seme tomae i s
ternumer to lng t qute'hre.Put par wil di. "Wereis yu al gon' ith e p

pocketing his chagrin and looI-
about for his hat, "but it defeat a
my cherished hopes. I had planned
a hose ina which I fondly im d
we might be happy. It was to have
had a pantry twice as large as the
ordinary aime, with a roomy closet in
which to stow away the new cooking
utensils and things that a woman
naturally buys when a peddler
comes around."
,"Stay, George," she said, falter-
ing. "Perhaps I have been too has-
ty. Give me another day or two to
think it over. It is not impossible
-Philadelihia IAdA .
Bra"e Fire Laddifs
often receive severe bure puttig out hrte.,
then use Bucklen's Arnica slve and forget
them. It moon drive out painiu. For burns
sclda, wounds, cuts and bruim its earth
greatse healer. Quickly cures kAin eruptI.
old sore*, boils, ulcers, feloua, Is.m pile ,u rr
made. Relief is instant ;.c at Banner IDrug


Pew- w

was 406& h M a us
b W b w th ow SKI of
is 1458. WW" le -
esc tIemte thio teer ia s
fa U th e t WaUe- bor *e iU
adopted thw baV antar he -
ed from the Cramhs be
samns it i eemmim te
w which he wita hi b Vh
fved r the -at Tuakis
mn of Beirut a the year w SL
Thi p sedlly the .Mt I
naval victory, was o el-n- ee
in sog a ir by the -
ridelr it M of he
The ngsMe tobe h
been great m ss with the
enormous si aof the Turkish ship
which must have bees a very Dread-
nought of her day. She was big-
ger, they say than saythi ever
seen at sea, gadily painted in yel-
low and green and carried t fewer
than 1,500 men, among whom we
seven emirs and eighty hase
Turks for the defense of Acre, and
was laden with bows, arrows, Gwreek
in in jars and "00 most deadly
serpents prepared for the destruc-
tion of Chrian Peeibly th
* erpente were a spai of re
work or rocket.
I Kig hard's galleys attacked
her in vain for a tim a thedr
ares cgild not = up -r lofty
sides despite the eIeousagement
eld out to them b their royal
leader, who pon lehe ito y the
last man to oa her. sWtuaBy
several ys drew of and, put-
ting ona ll ~speed reamd the big
war vessel in the same
spot, with esfest that she be-
toesoak. The bglNi wve new
eto get ption tin of hebr ad to
throw overboard and drown the re
mainder of her crew, according to
the pleasant custom of the days of
Portsmouth at this timu w asa
now, one of the prhehal wal
ports, and whem in IM King -
ard set sail trom these at the head
of a leet of 100 ships, heas a spe-
cial honor bestowed the royal we-
cent badge upon the town as its
cost of arms. "A crescent of gold
in a shield azure with a blazing
star of eight points or rays of sil-
ver between its horns" is the e~act
this day meets the eye everywhere
in the municipality. Thencefor-
ward, too, the crescent and star be-

If you psli in the byk. week lack
or any other lndoation of a dwe rth di.-
ordered codUos of the kdamye or bladder
ould get DeW.i's Kid.y sad Biadder
rai gha ndwa wu s ou xpeasuhp to.the
letiof ofkdey or bladdr (mpsiaw.
Bladder PIllS Whkew what they wil1 do

but we a moompatible"
"Well, I mppoee it cannot be
helped," the young man replied,



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we ledt belimuseownas

,me the

lmv tiaipF
misn-eed of thirsting in
wt mwhe the barrl coet

MaTavish fai were -
dr Sabbath r after
: mile tramp home from

w sI aid teat a frg-
S~~eg te 4or.

4ad te r MasZ = .vish.

a Farff9o, to whom thin
, did you prehanc hear
s? Teon" di was
a v, eri with him
er-ina-law and a ba of gold,
pp. Then rose the food,
reked the vessel, and Iba-
not at t rst which to save,
or his relative. Then, hav-
counsel with himself,
Ibrahim and spake: 'My
I save, for whore can
gold? But Allah to me
all the mothers-in-law
and perhaps more.'
thus said, he thus did,
h us said that he was

Unfertumate Deay.
ive years old. On this
y mother had dressed
amsual cae and wa very
to have him come
dirty and torn. a1dA hkim ha


vq baktor
rlAi = d

hbhkye might about the
.d A ^
sebu h e'f her my- fAr,
Ion s-tto ver ft
*e Tto charge it
tO W0t la sB."


Sieeaat of loaning
~The wer and & Mr. and
OIW to tee da t the at dol-
ma A evain&, after having
l anthwayou tfrt on townain

I abt o__ _-- re las a
"Des it mahe yos leeal#ad, pa-
par his litle gir, who al-
w bl ad to te eavI tion
w ave atentios.
=6=e e i doest Milk. A 4o-
r woa Whleot am Hoew
ye w like to b ee the dlar
I s e would make a most
shk, answered. And ber par-

Wtn sat dow at the din-

-r table s- weu nisht er asked,
s he va s g s loie at

Ifs m ttemWhastris
or Idollar" answer Hilda
t at. "I went'to Mrs.

anywhere. But it didn't matter,
for I found dollar on the desk.
I sepoeeshe d epo forgetting to wing
It home, t I ooked it myself
fMy 9%14---- e1olaimed the as-
tonished "f ar u tefal. "What
"What can do but return it
and explain said Mrs. Fulton,
who was lauig almost hysterio-
ally. "What athig itisto have
a serious minded daughter f

From the dark kitchen there esm-
anated a series of thumps and angry
ezelamations. Jones was looking
for the at.
"PNa called the son from the
"Go to bed and let me alone*"
blurted Jones. "I've just barked
my shins."
"PaI!" insisted Tommy after a
moment's silence.
"Well, what is it? Didn't I tell keep quiet "
"I-I d dnt hear your shins
And the next moment Tommy
was being pursued by aa angry sir
with a bud hairbrsh.-Chiaosgo

Imebriete Churehgeer.
The man sat quietly in the pew
of St. Paul's church-eat through
the sermon, very drunk. When it
was over they consulted awhile and
then th e sexton and some others
dragged him out of the church,
across the yard and through the
gate, which they shut on him.
"He comes in here to church oc-
casionally on Sunday," said the offi-
*. A d -


physical world.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, it will be
recalled, remarked that the axis of
the earth sticks out in every man's
back yard. A bonmot of not dis-
similar kind is recorded of Wash-
inagton Irving.
The conversation was turned on
the pomposity of a certain Ameri-
can diplomatist.
"Ah, he is a great man," said
Irving, "and in his own estimation
a very great man-a man of great
weight When he goes to the west
the east tips up!"

A One Word Epitaph.
"There is only one one word epi-
taph in this country," said the un-
dertaker. "It is in the town of
Worcester. I believe it is quite a
drawing card. Holiday makers come
to see it from miles around. The

~T~t~L-il c~ i ~

, L _. .*r -Fe- Gun-

a Mom m ~iM ea em

T r I Itvd thel far several
dowg mhpatve O m dtalew
Um&. I had toMM to a law ,
teI ank w mli t mt me t maDal
ye rs t ea t e a e go t s -
Ommst. ou knw I visited
in Hanktm a seal summ s s
I uppoe know Doike Wrinkle,
whboe ther owns a hardware
"Sure!n Dollie was em of my old

'Isthato? What aSoemce-oe
Let me see, what set was it Dol-
le lived upon?"
"Out on Qstnut," replied Gun-
"No, indeed, you are mistaken,
Mr. G bolt, it was Walnut street
I reme b er ftly the sate-
yaanmio withr the sta-iat-
yad and the beautiful walnut tree
/rnounding the home."
I beg you pardo but my I -
pion is gt it was Chaestnut.
Pably the faily has moved r
No, it was Walnut. Dollie told
m that she had lived in the house
all her life. You see, I visited at the
plawe and idat to know. She was
so sweet. asnt it too bad about
her mother dying?
Is her mother dead queried
aGuabol, fning surpse. "she
must have dedm away after I left"
died when Dolie was an infant.
Really, Mr. Gunbolt I don't believe
ye eves knew Dole Wrinkle.
Well to tell the truth, Mi
soout, I never heard of her un-
til you mentioned her name just
now, and I didn't even know ank-
town was n the map.'
Thars my situation exactly"
rpondd the debut wanted saupeanil
"I judt wanted to get a insight
into yea character before our.
friendship west too far. Goodby.
SPul Pioneer Press.

h inspector was aming
adard 1 and all the clahad
ben specially told beforehand by
their master, 'Dont answer unlet
tyou anr oat ertain your answer
History was the sube t
"Tow tell me," aid the inspect-
sl, "who s the mother of our

Hajpointed to the top boy, their

the teacher of that las leaped with

in terms of his relations with the

;" ,

S -

, uui

a o Wt yMs adqilkr to a
d Vd-S, to .ta
Mug men who es ird to sell at

-It pBry. Thm app
dad his ow el ,tati. Mitntly
tre moalin ataen somsadviee a
th iMe had to di r, though the
oe6th of his ineam was
at itmt at th beginning of the

Th two woe in the galery,
and the owner dsu-d somewhat
lateigntly en a pair of enormous
battle sees for which his father
at had fabulous sum ad out of
w ho hoped to realize much
more than the original price. A
few other highly pictorial compos-
tims came in for tir share of ap-
rol. Heo would rather like to
the" really "good" things.
But he felt that they would com-
mand the highest price at the sale.
gkace. He felt sure that the own-
er would realize his desire to keep
them nales he was willing to sac-
riice them for a tithe of what his
father had paid for them a score
of years before, when that sort of
painting was in vogue.
From the moment the connois-
sur entered the long room he kept
bhi eye on a small canvas disdain-
fully "skyed" above the opposite
door. Though the light was bod
and the position the wont possible,
Stook min the matchless sweep of
technic in that painted head. As
soon as the young man had exhaust-
ed his enthusiasm over the showy
pictures the artist called his atten-
tion to the modest canvas.
"Oh, that's a a ketch an ob-
scure German painter th owner
turned, "a ther y father picked
Up sdomsewhe. It d't amount
to anything. I bed it hung up
there to get it out of the way."
"Will you selld it for a hundred
"I should rather think I would!"
the owner replied in some *stonish-
ment "Bett I. don't want to rob
"And I don't want to rob you,"
his guest echoed. "That despised
sk~eh is the best thing in your col-
lection, the one that ought to bring
the highest price. It is a Lenbach.
No one else paints like that A Len-
baeek needs no signature."
The owner was not convinced, in-
ded, was rather anxious to make
the sale oathe spot, and his doubt
was not dissipated until the auction
was over and he learned that the lit-
tle Lenbach had brought something
over $3,000, the highest price paid
for any picture in the collection.
The war canvases went for a song.
-New York Tribune.
In Philadelphia they tell a story
of a man whose wife had arranged
an "authors' evening" and persuad-
ed her reluctant husband to remain

but the second was worse. More-

dog loose. But instead of teaing
the tramp to pieces the nasty dog
went off with him."
"Great Scott!" said Wilkinscu.
'That must have been the tramp I
bought him from!"-London sx-

"Welsh Rabbit" .Parallels.
It is to be feared that the namer
as well as the inventor of the
"Welsh rabbit" is lot in antiquity.
As early as the eighteAnth century.
when Grose ex1poundd the vulgar
tongue, the false "rarebit" deriva-
tion had crept in. "Welsh rabbit"
ia exactly parallp! with "Scotch
woodcock" and may be conipared
with the humorous nicknames of
many other delicacies. This, a
baked sheep's head used to he
known as a "Field lane duck," a red
herring as a "Glasgow mniriitrate.



tM do e moem r -
d .d W L bat

*- =ia L b e B
*wC maR Mm w

ma q Ma Og w an tol in
-m- He vu, was th last o ma
whom the IJestmu saw, and hb
be~ed was nine e.Mts lrg. w
am thirtea ft. This hedsted
therAy my be bMed sap the kqe
mpe iha which the PhoaAinis
ia hlia "mittoam of the
Sad M=agM are mention '
several times in the Bibl with
more or less indeaites. In the
Koran they represent a bwbarbo.s
e opl inhabitin Central Asia, and
he were proby bor out of the
teaor ins e by the Scytian
hordes that oerthrew en Assyrian
em ir. Wooden state of Gog
a og fourteen feet high have

hall for centuria and were
carried through the streets
in the lord mayor's shows. They
welcomed Henry V. on London
bridge in 1415. Accoriling to Cax-
ton, Gog and Magog were the sur-
vivors of a race of giants found in
Britain by Brute, samL of Antenor
of Troy, and brougb.t by him as
proners to Landow, where the
were chained to the gates of pal-
ace on the site Ad thl guild hall and
kept as porters.
All primitive amee seem to poe-
- legends of gi nts, as did the
Greeks, Rom a saind Arabs, but
nine feet seem t .,be almost the-
highest authentic stature recorded.
Topinard's Fde der exceeded this
by four inches. Winkelmaier, an
Austrian giant,. who died in 1887,
was eight foee seven inches in
heiht Chadwe Byrne, the Irish
in attained I he stature of eight
ft four inm .
The tallest ace in the world is
the Scotch ef Galloway, who aver-
MAOe f feet el ven inches in height.
ext oome t e inhabitants of the
rest of ScotfI ad and then the IA-
vonians, Iria Norse, English, Po-
lynesians. Si ha, Fulahs of the Su-
dan, KaffI Cheyennes and Pat&-
It is, how aver, possible to become
a giant wi na little perseverance.
There is ix the brain a mysterious
organ know *n as the pituitary body,
injury to which, some think, pro-
duce th. disease known as aero-
megaly, f i which the head, hands
and feet become enormously en-
nlarpd. But this form of giant-
ism is g ot commended.-Harper's
kide TIll PeP
Wheti Wilkinson went to his ao
Sie oe day last week he felt eha
and ow patented. He hadat any nod
to woe -ry about his wife's loneliness
say w re, for he had bought a capi-
tal watchdog for her.
Bit, alas, when he arrived home
his wife met him with the deplore-
ble news that the dog had gone.
*Eh!" said WilkinsoL "mDid be
b ok the chin, then.
"No," she replied, "bt a great,
gly looking tramp came here and
acted so iudently that I let the










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over, the rooms were intolerably
warm. So, on pretense of letting
in some cool air, the unfortunate
host escaped to the hall, where he
found a servant comfortably asleep
on the settee.
"Wake up!" sternly commanded
the Philadephian in the man's ear.
"Wake up, I say! You must haxe
been listening at the keyhole f--
Haxper's Magazine.
How He Set Mim.
A New York dramatist was one
evening visiting a well known play-
er's dressing room when there was
handed in an appeal for financial
assistance, written in the French
language by an actor, a Britisher.
who prides himself on his know.
edge of that tongue.
To the dramatist's astonishment,
the player to whom the note was
addressed immediately proceeded to
hand the messenger the amount
asked for.

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3biI.3 No
sum& *a



tt SO A.. -,. MI Ie -P

au a W 4 i V fat.ra C ....e
;.i wpl, lw oi er mth Bob as. in or.
Mder to sl D yit.
eate r Dmat sdi the et,ois


of the opiada that bettwork might
bve been doneby the lt legislature
if it hadWt been for the prnoee of
se- members who seemed bent on
"etrdetle tactics and thdey were a e
warded byO seeI some of thb; work
whieh asould have been completed
go by without having ft acton by
the smate. Among the meeiures
Swhich Mr. Hudson thinks should kave
been pamed which did not paw be-
*seoftheseobstructionistswas the
bill amendin the railroad comm isn-
nm at. This bill, says Mr. Hudasu,
would have had the effect of definig
better the authority and limitation a
of the common, and embodied thte
desirable portions of the railroad;
comrvmimon acts of other states. The
bill p ed the house but died in the
senate. Another bill which met a
like fate was the child labor bill, pro-
viding for an inspector to see to the
enforcement of the exisng child a-
bor law.

Prohi Measure Is Effective
* Last week TUE STAR referred edi-
torially to the contention made by
Col. G. B. Wells, of Plant City, that
the proposed prohibition amendment
would be ineffective if ratified by the
people, as the reasons urged did not
seem to us to be well taken at all.
Since then Senator Don. C. McMul-
len, of Tampa, the author of the res-
olution, at the request of Mr. C. L.
Collins, superintendent of the Anti-
Saloon League of Florida, has pre-
pared a reply to Col. Wells, which is
made with reluctance on the part of
Mr. McMullen, as he doubts the au-
thority of the article and says he
feels sure that Col. Wells ever com-
posed it.
SSenator McMullen, who is an au-
thority not to be lightly considered,
takes the stand that the amendment
will become effective at the time spe-
cified, should the people pass it next
year. His reply makLes a moiewhat
lengthy article which he brings to a
close as follows.
There is nothing in t.'4e contention
of the Wells artie-E hue an effort to
divert the attention of the people
from the real merits of the fight.
This we will not !K'rmit. We are go-
ing to fight it out along these lines
(not, "if it takes all summer," as
General Grant said, but) if it takes
ten years.
If anybody thinks that the liquor
people believe with the author of the
Wells article that the proposed
amendment will be "void if adopted"-
just let them wait and see if the liquor
people fight the adoption of it.
But their fight is a losing one, Rob-
ert Mugge, the biggest liquor dealer
of this city, and possibly the largest
individual dealer in the state, said in
.. an article published in the Tampa
Times of July 2nd that he expected
to be looking for another position in
about two years.

ft eSabsrnm dosobe

. I =1

dom and a fair equality of opportunity
for ourselves and our children just as
past generations have struggled for hu-
man freedom and political fre-edom. It
is to an insidious danger to our economic
freedom that Idesire to draw attention,
for dangers perceived in time arereadily
The homestead laws of the United
States by establishing the people upon
medium sized farms which they till and
own themselves is the expression of the
deepest wisdom of our fathers. As men
die, their lands and fortunes are divided
among all their children and thus, how-
ever extensive an estate a man may
acquire, its division at his death restores
the balance and, as the entailing of
estates here is unlawful it is supposed
that the land cannot be acquired and
held in large estates in perpetuity to the
fexlusion of the eonipe in arenrral I .t

EL lmhi:lbll

-WWI"& dw M M

Od I* a n 4g ub c th a kmeWe

idoW sli.,ait fI ,1 Iii u I I
a th e te 1st rt Oif theI

tft they k d w .Wtdat *pe-

a-oa. Jffmo 1 o, "wo in -hi

ft two tbinp-the estate- lshteft
o Uni1ers ity at Vig ad e a the I abo-
l els e M tpeybt tiw-I

itn of the aylaw ep erg~e il.

Ider the law of pI*e .are an of a-
the itb er a the t V A t ad th re
itrte t. w iw th-t Upr,-
der the aw of p tr mleO aught o t

I se her- Thorn J.m, ,h .= i, s,

mla's land demdsired to b eldest son
Iar tue things-th es --biabment of

called "Unstaily the late." Bythe
mes lands remained in the same fam-
ilis for generations without being di-
vided up and by this system of perpet-
ities and monopoly in land an aristoc-
racy of landlords was mPintvinedin Eng-
lad d *d other countries of Europe, sup-
ported by an humble and servile tenant-
The most radical reform of the French
revolutionwas not political bt economic.
We read with more or less loathing of
the destruction of the beautiful choteov
ad manor houses by the mobs which
the revolution had let loose, but the
tnru is the object of this destruction
wasa noble one. Locked up in such
manor houses, as the lord's most prec-
ious powession, was the roll of his ten-
S:sntry with the lands each was required
t;o till and all the muniments of title of
t he estate. It was to destroy these
d ocunantm and the system they evi-
Id eased that the people applied the torch.
aa result tf the revolution, the old
e. tates of the French nobility were di-
vid'ed up in small holdings among the
pea pie who had lived upon them and to-
day the lands of France are owned and
culti vated by the common people in
smaL, lots, agriculture and horticulture
have. attained to the greatest perfection,
and tiw people are truly free. It was
because 5 of their horror of monopoly in
land thk t cur fathers of 70 years ago
prescril wed in their first constitution that
"perpet cities and monopolies were con-
trary to the genius of a free state and
should no t be allowed."
At the close of the civil war a new
constitution was adopted-1865-but it
was frame J by the conservative citizens
who had at ways conducted the affairs of
the state at ~d it contained the old pro-
vision again t perpetuities and monopo-
lies. Three .years later the constitution
of 1868 was' .Lramed by a different ele-
mnt and this provision was left out.
Strange to say, ia the constitution of
1805, supposed to be.a return to old land-
marks the provision was still omitted.
Perpetuities and monopolies in land are
now possible. They may soon gain the
states of vested interests beyond the
reack of remedild legislation. By in-
sidiot and unperc "ived encroachments
a landed aristocracy may yet draw its
support from a toili ag aid hopeless Ien-
antry. The epoch in which we live is
distinguished by a cry for economic free-

Wvxk DmwsThinOil Comb-

Ko week this in
~e',wiR be beme md
comim wish w o persemi
of tine hhuh, ofa cod Ire,

a e.i-athd AMen

ti stah- l-di -to -mv to rd-

wtl ow e wea in M as 5 eat
lompeltm to eell anoit ,,-I

- is fnmTomtmm,- sd emeO
Sto e Me aa a l eXt seei mtry
Mdto om to beMl dotides. L a
eaa eat s bm e mate other cmt
Iimpsay whmdr ha made a ctpmit
wat er way Sla e~ coWL. Nw I
mM&t qearrelly with his poey ot get-
tig theel eaM late is te owa esar srp
iad tb uponas. tax bks, but the
pat isla Maihnesr a reseft lead are
o-w held by ea mporat e, wiodt any
u eta apon the time they can hold it;
without mytWad in their charters to
compel them to sell a fot of it for cen-
t s to come and if t efforts were made
to compel em to sell doubtless the
claim of vested rights would be inter-

It is a modern innovation to permit
co, orations to be organized for the pur-
pose of owning land. The old rule was
that a Co p.ation could own only so
much real estate as was necessary for
its place of business and if it required
other lands, these must be disposed of
in a reasonable time. But with the
granting of lands to railroads a new pol-.
icy was inaugurated and large land hold-
ing c~ipotUtions quickly sprang into ex-
istence. The dangers at first were slight
and the benefits obvious. Railroads and
development companies strove to bring
in settlers and sell their lands and the
dangers lurking in land ownership by
corporations were not perceived.
The laws of Florida fix no limitation
to the life of a corporation. It may ex-
ist for such time as the incorporators
see it tofix, even though this be a
thousand years. I have lately seen in
the charters of proposed corporations
provision for their perpetual existence.
Land held by such corporation isaclear-
ly held in perpetuity. The artificial per-
son styled a corporation does not die in
the traditional three score years and ten
and have its landed estates divided.
We have, then, created and protected by
law a means of holding lands in perpe-
tuity-of gaining a practical monopoly
of the soil-of substituting for the land-
ed aristocracy of Europe, the wealthy
stockholders and directors of landlord
corporations. With the natural in-
crease of population and from immigra-
gration, the land will enhance and con-
tinue to enhance in value atdan accelera-
ting rate. The time will arrive when
colonies can be planted here as tenantry
paying rents to the landlord corporations.
Horticulture will be carried on on a large
scale by wealthy companies which will
compete destructively with the small
producer and when this evil has devel-
oped under legal sanction it will be too
late to cure it by legal means.
But dangers foreseen are easily avert-
ed. I am naturally an optimist. I be-
lieve in the future because I believe in
the virtue and good sense of the average
man. It is not too late to apply the prop-
er checks and balances. All wealth
comes primarily from the land. Equali-
ty of opportunity requires free trade in
land. The removal of all restrictions on
its alienation, a forced division of it as
among heirs at stated intervals and re-
striction of the amount that can be held

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Florida's Oldest College

College Academy, and Schools of Music, Expression
Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed;
electric lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect
health conditions; fine gymnasium, athletic fields, boating.
tennis courts, golf links; baseball, football, and basketball
teams champions of Florida in 1909. Nearly a quarter of a
million dollars endowment; expenses moderate: scholarships
available; Christian but undenominational, stands for

For Catalogue Address the President
Wm. F. BlacKman, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla.

John B. Stetson University
LINLN .HIMY, D. A Uet. D, UL D.. PfMWt
49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
17 University Bulfings College of Law
28 Acre Campus College of Technology
M1 Students Last Year Colege om f iaea
$M2, .W0 Endowment Preparatory Acadey
15,0 Volumes in Library Normal ad Model Schools
$1,m. Pipe Organ School o Mechanic Art
I1 Large Laboratories for Science School of Music
Unsurped General Equipment School o1 dFne Artm
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at Indian River Music House

is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
as to the new styles and models given at any time by
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Horer Military School
Oxford, Nwth GarelmU
Clasalcal. Sclntlfl 'and English Coursts. Prepares for Col-
lege. University or the overn ntn t Academilie. MI iltary
training develops pro;.apt obediVeuce a.,t iatlyv t'rri~tt1.
Academy ;j years old, with exp*rietLetd teachers. 'adeLt
dine with the principal and ladicv of hai lanill.. .'urlhtj
the culture of h)u Illfo. Cultivates and educate-. .Modern
buildings. perfect sanitation. wholtinome fare. n Iest moral. mnent:l. physilal and social traInlnIC. -hady
lawn. athletic park. one ,li'arttr mile running tr.-.k t O
.acret. Ideal ellm.ate. helpfi:l envltonme.nt. In the sociall
atmosphere of refined Chrlitlan people. The town uvted
for over a century as an educational centre.
Catalogues ready for distrIbuting
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by any corporation. Legislation giving
check to this modern form of perpetuity
can be devised before it has become a
blighting evil. Where altruism isat the
front and selfishness and graft relegated
to the rear, not only economic freedom
but fraternal good will among all citi-
zens will be advanced and it is for us to
bear our part in this achivvenivnt that
we may hand on to those who come after
us. a land made better frunm our havi::g
lived in it.
President Helps Orphans
B:tua lreds of orphans i;hav, .l'et h. lii,'l l y
the president of The lItiditr;i:l anil 4 'rp,,a .'-
Home. at Macou. (Ga.. who, write.-: *' e hIv,.
used Electric Bitter-. in thii n:-titution to r
nine years. It ha.- prvt.d ; r; t t ev'e, !!."nt
medlicir,., for stornab. liver aind k''lf;?y
troubles. We reinrd it a,a one .,f the 1-,..t
family meAliciues on .*arth.*" It itivio'ratt.s
the vital organt,.. puritifs the hlml., aids 'li-
gesti,,. -rv-ates .,p etitte. Tro str*-u tthn. :,ndi
build up thin. pale. weak children *,r ,rm,
down people it lhas oii e uitul. lh-st f'.r t;.:il.
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hvxm Nw& qmm to St. Lucie if
yantofdthe drag tothets laid by
S m d the ftood the pple flf m
and fletehis new inlet will be the
retlowaton ofah, ehy supply aloa m k-
ng even to the and therum pmphan,
tnty-ands toilreason further uifp the rivs
deep wate, from whee I write, 4of
S th e St. Sebst tthe Si nierelet and 2-
notabevery far distant when there-
r M~t ti da, -ati tidewatinr fih
must be lytadeepand p ermanent canal
or iWenlet thever to let theiin ourlocalt
and With the mullet runs it will make
little developmerence. Th fish and the
evatrout d'tcare howfar itis
from New Suyrna to St. Lucie if
they can aind the drag net. laid by
and the food supply left destroyed.
It is said that another good result
of opening this new inlet will be the
restoration o the oyster supply along of
the old reefs which now yield poor
pidhing even to the drum fish, and
this looks reasonable.
Itstands toreasonthatre nowif thereis
S deep water outside and only a sand-
bank of g feet to cut through, and
deep water inside at the mouth of
the Sth Sebastian river, the time can-
not be very far distant when there
most be a deep and permanent canal
or inlet there to let in war boats and
the vessels of the coastwise trade,
and what a difference that will make
in the development of St. Lucie and
Brevard counties.
As to the legal right of the county
board to make the appropriation, an
once of prevention of violations of
the ash law is worth a pound of cure
that does not cure at all. Who is to
complain, as things are now, to get
that fifty dollars? But itf by only
opening the six foot inlet we can
spread the tide 'water fishes all
through the Indian river's length,
everybody will watch out and see to
it that there is no illegal fishing.
Here is the law point for the board
furnished without fee by a farmer.
Let the county attorney indorse it
and charge up his fee and all will be


as meroery will surely destoy the sease of
sell sad completely deraage the whole *a*y
t- when esnering it through the mucous
eartoas. Such articles should never be weed
eseet OB prinorlpoeas omh reputable phy-
.s less, as the damage they will d. is ten fold
to the g-ed yoe an possibly derive from
them. Balrl'atarrh Core, uMUabtured by
F h .-_ _0A.a t .. 1.esatM Be

Caksh aom at Melbourne
MdLbon0e eletrated the nation's
Matal day in f e shpe on Monday.
It was the only celebration from Al-
lenhurst to Port Pierce, and drew the
largest crwd the little town ever en-
twtaind. No celebration on the In-
dian river is considered complete
without a regatta, and the program
on Monday commenced with a con-
tat waged by seven motorboats.
Frnk Bennett's Adieu took the first
prse, ending within forty seconds of
his stated time. Sam Martin's Skil-
et won the second prie, and Ed Ar-
nold's boat, of Malabar, was the
third in the liat.
At the coneloion of the regatta the
crowd adjourned to the point of land
between the mouth of Crane creek
and the river, where a platform had
been arranged under the trees. The
Melbourne band played a number of
elections; Rev. E. E. Shafer, of the
M. E. church, offered prayer; Mrs.
J. S. Sammis and a chorus sang "The
Star Spangled Banner"; Dean Robot-
to., in charge of the Episcopaian
church from Titusville to Melbourne,
read the Declaration of Indepen-
dence; a chorus of sixty boys, trained
by Mrs. Sammis, sang "Guard the
Flag"; Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa,
delivered a fine address; Mrs. E. E.
Shafer and chorus sang "The Song of
Thousand Years." The program was
of unusual merit throughout. At its
conclusion everybody repaired to the
old Hector store building, where an
excellent dinner was served.
In the afternoon the Cocoa and
Melbourne teams played a lively
game of baseball; score 6 to 5 in fa-
vor of Cocoa at the eleventh inning.
Fireworks and a ball at the Carle-
ton wound up a very satisfactory
day's entertainment.
The white sails of the old-time re-
gatta were missed from the boat race.
The sailboat has nearly disappeared
from the Indian river, and the result
is a distinct loss in picturesqueness.
A Contented Woman
is always found in the same house with Bal-
lard'a Snow Liniment. it keers every mem-
ber of the family free from aches and pins.
it heals cuts, burns and scalds and cures rheu-
matism, neuralgia, lumbago and all muscular
soreness and stiffest. 25c, ic and $1.() a
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

Noninflammable Picture Films.
The dl&.overyt of a secret process for
the manufacture of nonuihflanmable
ilms for moving picture machines was
recently announced lby r rotnpany in
Rochester, N. Y. Should these films
posses the qualities claimed for them
the thousands of moving picture
shows throughout the United States
will be comparatively safe from ex-
plosions and fires. A demonstration of
the process for making the new film
was given the other day at Rochester.
The film is put through several baths.
filters and mixturese and an Intricate
mechanical apparatus Is required for
Its msanfacture.
A Golden Wedding
mens that man and wife have lived to an old
age and consequently have kept healthy. The
baet way to keep healthy is to see that your
liver does its duty at865 days out of 365. The
only way to do this is to keep Ballard's Her-
bAe in the house and take it whenever your
liver get. inactive. 50 cents per bottle. Sold
by all draggists.
Standard Sewing Machine
The best and lightest running on the
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amer ? ret m at a hu N ew at meW
I. TM eem dm he- -
Mets tas paattakam E-***i
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bear l as = Jun & Th& e prim of
UMO or the bet book w *shrietea
PsatoesI l Ow Baral Distree wasM
awde to thde m ammi l pert a ttaed
4ha0d 01 eMdom; or, The Poblemo
et Oramanmingn Cootry Oommu.i
t," marked *"Bertram Rotbear
The price of 0e for the bat book
om te topic "m Br b l a Anttre"gv w
Book' was awarded to the muas.
rutat smlatmduTe or, m = oe
tw Ria marked "m L. M." oa d
the prie of $400 for the beat be t
work on the e topc was awarded

Upon openta the sealed envelope,
after the awards were declared it was
found that the manuscript on the frtm
topc waS written by the Rev. Cbarle
BRoads, D D, of Philadelpbla. The
bet work on the second topic was
wttten by Malcolm L. MacPhall. 2
Waumbeek street, Boston, and the
aext best work on the second topic
was written by eorge RHetinlton.
North oeend, Minn.

County Treasurer's Statement
July 1ot, 1909.

Balance cash on hand June
st, 1909....-------............
Amount received in June 1909
Less warrants paid in June,
1909, and warrants deliver-
ed to count o, -
er and bod of public in-
sto ..............-------...
Balance eashoo hand July 1,
This amount is held as fol-
Deposited in Brevard Co.
State bank, as per cash-
iers' certificate attached
to monthly report-...-.....
The balances belonging to
are as follows:
County revenue-General
fund- -..----------.......... ...
County road and bridge fund
Building fund --..----.
Fine and forfeiture fund ..--
Special road fund Dis. No. 1
66 64 66 66 40 2

66 46 66 6 6 5
Game warden fund ....
Property of deceased persons
fund --------------------
County school fund . ...



each fund


Total 8,382.
County Treasurer.


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body requlam thmt yo eats auso
Sbt momo of food roq ry.
But this food mot tb digsted,
ad tI must be digeted thUoughly.
Whm the somamh ea't do it,
you mit take am tha that will
belp the stomach.
Th proper way to do l to eat
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Get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve
when you ask for it. There are a great many
imitations, but there is just one original. This
salve is good for anything where a salve is
needed to be used. hut it is especially good for
piles. Sold by manner Drui. Store.
A healthy man is a kinii in his own right.
an unhealthy, man is an unhappy slave. Bur.
dock Bluol Bitters builds up sound health-4
keeps you well.

River Transportation Test.
The United States Steel corporal
has started an investigation of tbhre
active values of water and rail Lra
portationu of large conusignme
products intended for the south
other point whith can li rea-
both rail and water. A m odE
with 100 carloads of steel pl
solid trains, was recently started
New Orleans from Pittsburg, and t
the end of the Journey the carg
be most carefully inspect fto
age In transportation. It
leged by the water pe |
loss by breakage on I
ment is four times
spending water haul.
A Horrible
"About ten ream so b r B
up' in his world, health n
was believed to be
writes W I Lipeom
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from several docto
he used Dr. King's
wholly cured by si i eis
today." It's quick to d
care for weak M un e
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saa is a greedy beast and kills.
for the mere pleasem of th thing,
and the hunt dons ot always pay
p pom y. o here was a fine
tint ia sporting etiquette to be
tied. The farmer had shot a fox.
id notdeny i In facthepr-
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w if in defiance of all the un-
laws of British spo
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Be ay e his tter k
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them. No one cases what be
thinks. ILt him, however. auletr
the worip of the dead ad be
looked upon and pointed to with
the bitterest scorn both b his own
relations and by his neighbors. The
worst taunt that the heathen can
hur against the Christian, and the
one that stings him most, is the
sneering statmnt that he has no
ancestors.-New York Tribune.
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Kinglake, the author of '"o
then," was aficted with gout, sad
he had a fancy to try a lady doctor
and wrote to one to ask if gout was
beyond her scope. She r ed,
S"Dear sir, gout is not beyond my
scope, but men are."
It was Kinglolre who uttered one
of the neatest of mote on thepecul-
itr *whracter of the Times. He had
little fondness for that journal, in
spite of personal friendships which .
might have been expected to soften
his views of the question. The pa-
per was still to him a sort of jug-
grnaut, irresistible and fatefuL On
seeing the announcement of the
new editor's marriage he exclaimed:
"Heavens! That brings the Times
into relations with humanity !"
Don't "et a Divorce
A western Judge grnmed a divorce on ao.
count of ill temper and bad breath. Dr.King's
New Life Pills would have prevented it. They
*nre coNstlpation, causing bad breath sad
ver trouble, the ill temper, dispel colds, ban-
headaches. conquer chills. 25c at Banner
ig Store.
The Eyes In Writing.
ny persons who think their
perfect have a greater visual
i one eye than in the other.
-ard to the respective pow-
right and left eyes, a well
eian finds that a person
writing all day has, as
Ter vision in the left.
the right hand and
,*ting on the table,
,arer his work, and
)re con( ntrated.
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oEf Han Trmw Cara
Dr. M s Hear t .
"Before I began taking Dr.
Miles''Heart Remedy I had bee
suffering from heart trouble for
over five years. I had pains in
my left side, and under my
shoulder blade, could not sleep
on the left side, sad was so short
of breath the least eertiem"
Should bring a the most distress-
ing palpitation. I had scarcely
taken a half bottle of the Heart
Remedy before I could see a
marked change in my condition.
When I had taken six bottles I
was cured."
Northfied, Va.
If tHere is fluttering or palpi-
tation it is an indication of a
weakness of the serves and mus-
cles of.the heart. It is not seces-
sarily --- -"- weak from
over-work. "V heart may be
weak just the same as the eyes,
stomach or oiter organs. You
can make a weak heart strong
by taking Dr. MBes' Heart Rem-
edy. Get a ottle from your
druggist, take t aesording ID di-
rections, and i( it does not bene-
fit he will retnr your money.


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Sralto b < h we l snmn So o i". lookn t wath- The o they NlR
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gp te itat tn ti b 4 in violeneo- ,t motion aM o a h, r_ n __trdown.T he_ jng. l-roomked l
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Sade evident" h all .t t tle .eaen -- deputy a.hal looked in t the LINE
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A h or his of 55 on are e a met, pelintlf m a raoem thisour mwi- w you Tee Mr. -lorda MerOo-
wh 1t ath .1 s or hay aen hdttea bee of Ba timf Bathe felt that soft to ma yolr iv eosbtment in this

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w hei ght e fVatr A w hbythe tornado are t- At lat the foreman of th le a t ojuryvn .
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S9 oiaeel i a pound to coas end d though th ae a i tht pine r OZ hadry i n a el gMr by so m
bta only 5,0 whle the tu a gale.-A. Banker. ie fourf minutes had seemed at We are agents for th e State I
S,000 grain,.the poAd of father a yMa. hi afterward sad that it seem- We save you freight

Sooe, 10 g heavi Thee who are aiou in Auch lomethin like fteen. The aoor-n t
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2 V-etaUl **on- o 8 th at a wh pe- womplisestton of what mihht hav" 9 J
thU I" hb zr s e. Only a te fordn the juya requested
is a tar. It ihe found on hom you have seen but once nt time in which to re the
in the jot of certain kind of a gat iatan ta m building and that the four had sm-

bamboo. It always round and hand from the y-o feet) pe time i wh to et under way LOCAL TIM CARD N. 79. active Jne 17 1909
Sown, like thi Here i th we oooe- oa mi well o and create a bla e which the men

, nut stone. You And it in the en- ama e cs ond ie. iat frombl on the train could see. A verdict I DAILY DAILY Am LN I DAILY I DAILY
do perm of the Javanese oooaut. 100 me ad f it maa be. for damages was brought in to the D ea m .- souvleo..Ar 7 M o .am
. RBound or pear shaped, it has always r fty eve at 10 tme amount of some $15,000. New a o -e ..a .S A.. .tiS. 6m a ,7 5 a
this milk white luste, like a pearl Ain s w d the qe may be au York Tribune. 01 on i .aOrmeom :S S pu.m B ff alet p aror ear
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utes a little tarnished, is found it ters d u 0 th, th* PId. Io on J5: n .'.ve. .v. .. S m sw-e .od ieaI
Sepote. It i pure.carbo- -tw o m ty" I have come, r,w to uk you for I 1: ..,4 = Me .a lI2 M l ,a
nat of lime. Then stone ae ftu eTss e r daughter's han said the.0 man ... v r llan Buffet Iper be
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tmed from ilidous and calcare t body th tt ou man olly. 1 ....d Pleree.,....o a 11 pm Key over A. c. L Lne north o
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Us Jbl5e mlrpating in mthe t r iui re t q e p ..... ..... 1 am 6 ,,,00 pa *sn o ,
TIM .an the am "man.)am .......... L...Hometefd...Lv ..... 410pm
organism. They are the reult of a -* eters. The limbs abW at 185 tioned the old man. 'S .J .::..1;:p a; ;S I S
Seed condition. Man hi* A mt Ma Th r, anwed the I an ..... .... LT ..Lo, ....L .............. 40 am
ye a.oaw, ocasionally puts forth Elm PI ly 16 ia m_ cant, "we will abide by your deci- o. ..........t.. ~ ta ......... : 7
s and must be T- M Wist T6 I .0 ia. ......... Ar..... aras.....L .......... o0 pm
t or the human stone grower ed- h movem ats it the body At this the ola gentleman started *nday,. T ay ad Turi, arrival at Key Wet.
dim'& iE ii=tiag pai.a-ew maam bls-Yc- n violently. trnesdays, Thuanrsday and Saturdays, dparture from Key West.
SPm. r pan a"ou r Will not elope he asked. o ., weday and FrMays. arrivals and departures at Hav.
"No, sir; we will not. We know PALATKA BRANCH
SMew e -- T-suts. Th* too well what is due to us it a o Lf eeKs, t EAST PALATKA TO I Arrive I Leae I PALATKA Tio rKAT L.rriveKat
n id the usa who Whet Mr. B3estn asked it d fair of this description. Custom Palathk PALATA Palatka Palatka PALATKA Palatka
SLJa me=d4 for bI mac of ro- n d y m seaonb le puts certain obligations upon you
-100 m o r BrAo 1 Mbof pds p tsD aby o on pro per an .- ......No. 100 Daiy ........1 5a 6 40 m ...N....o. 101 DaIy......... 00 oan
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S. Jo rented. wedding, and if you think ou an o ) am .......... o. 11 Daily......... 1 m am 11 ..........No. 106 aly........ an.
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b ads .bet s d and %. -coeseot an' nota ahe wr e escape by giving an imitation of 4 to pm ......... No. Daily...... 4 0 pm 4 25 pm ........ No. 10 Daly...... 4 pm
ly -ould not ...en. f romS Y he-. ls f aid. N mt tw the obstinate father act you are s pm .......... No1. li Dly.... pm .......No. 13 a...... 2 pm
-- ,, -t' done for -em thre'U always Bmistaken." -I --
t m t to wA r---be something wrong somewhere. "Foiled!" sighed the old man as _SAN MATEO BRANCH
-.f I dn b abs to r "Now, lat summer, he went on, he thout of the cost of the wed- Leave East, EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave-8n SAN MATEO TO EArT !ArriveEva
d SS"? with a gleaming eye, "we had a man ding. "Take her, my boy, and be alak SAN MATEO Mateo Meo PALATKA Palatha
a d hae that was so fond oe yeblin h happy bn
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Se t tht one day he actually called for a oIntweed. pma ..........No. 107 DaIly......... 40 pm 3 4 pm ........ N. I Dal........ 4 m
ad om arg et that th tooti& after he'd had a glass of "It is aeuming the interest a
ma Wa s ad ntege e a. w t an tw-hf2Yoths CORnpanion. crowd will take in trifles exclaim- No. 51 No. s5 No. 6 No. 53 No. sa o uc o 51Mo .O O J.o s o .NoI 0
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the rate office of the busy "Why," preeed number -
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SO Abe r lived in sNw o now I saw a fight between a bull- 3Apm , m. L. W yia Ar pm 7 pm a am; 10 p.
ia thqa of Indian war4. t3i.g do ya man," and a mastiff ; and, upon my 4 1 pm !. 0 a ; ..p .......:L.p: |p 30 s a.
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Weather Report
By Rev. J. H. White, observer for
the weather bureau at Rockledge,
Summary for June, 1909. High-
est temperature on the 27th 89.0;
lowest temperature on the 12th 71.0;
mean for the month 79.4; rainfall in
inches 1.72; prevailing wind direction
S. E.; number of clear days 16; num-
ber of fair days 12; number of cloudy
days 2; number of days with rain 7;
number of days with thunder 10.
Beware of Constipation
It is the in* er primal cause ofmany of our
diesm Joeph's Liver Regulator is an
ideal treatmet for cnmattitnn It ua'm in .


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tle toeMs M Cost Lamber &
alp* '

the" md hM n dt the .pr.ttg. oe

M. TaT s. aade, f .d.anola,
hhu bee l, khbas recovered and
is enjoglag hem umal health.
Mr. A. R Traford has ha mone of
his re mtly purhsed lots earned
up and started improvements at oe.a
ThM ar rumors afloat meMetd
a*m mel in the locationof the iral-
way depot, but nothing definit has
been mnomrneL
Mr. J. Raph Carter, of Indianola,
was a visitor ~n toqn Tumday. His
newhouse is about fnmihd and is a
very eomrtable oe.
Our section c the country has Im-
proed so much of late' that river
fromt loeati.are at a premium and
kewise dmiable town lot.
The meetingof theorange growers
Saturday wa well attended. On ae-
count of many of the grower being
away very little business was done.
Mia Maruerite Dixon, who isavis
iting Capt. H. Fischer and family, in
Savannah, waM one of a party that
wa ple- ntly entertained on board
the U. S. Stenhip Yammaraw.
Coeuo was well represented at Mel-
bourne on the celebration of the 4th.
Our mayor, Dr. W. L Hughlett, gave
a Vroumog good pe ech. Everyone
had a plirant time and say it was
co9l at Melbourne.
Col. and Mrs. S. F. Travis and
Mis Evelyn and Anita and Mastenr
Albert and Bob left Wednesday for
their summer home at Demorest,
Ga. S.F. Travis, Jr., will stay at
home to look after business.
The Titusville ball team came down
to play last Thursday, but the con-
tinued rain put a stop to the game.
Our boys are just getting down to
practice, so we will be pleased to have
our neighboring towns visit us.
Mrs. J. F. Mitchell and family ar-
rived home on Monday from a so-
journ in Jacksonville. They are all
glad to get home. Mr. Mitchell will
follow on Saturday. Mrs. M's. sis-
ter, Miss Jeannette Norwood, joined
her at Titusville and is spending a
short while with her.
S. F. Travis & Co's. new two-story
brick store is about completed. It is
an up-to-date, well planned building.
The steel ceilings and sides of the in-
terior are finished in white, in the
center of the building is a well hole
for light and ventilation, in the south
east corner will be placed the eleva-
tor-the first in Cocoa. The building
is well equipped, but it has not been
announced what kind of a stock it
will hold.

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-midw. uWm he ant to
i,- m awi hI s i-iY.
P& Pseamr bs md DmI Kaight
b w b ad psttd.e M e bo in
thmr beat and wisl o'be
Id at their fa cmp at Deoto.
A dehoowr wan fromthe light-
ho e having a hard time to keep
Irm going e Cuaverl Shoals in
the blow lmt weeLk She had.ape
ratly loet all her sails except the
IAitant aEnineer Royal, of the
6th district, was here Thursday. He
Is visting all the light stations in his
dtrict, gathering data for the light
houe board. He returned to Eau
Galli Thursday night. Capt. Redell
did remarkably well to take such a

a storm without a mis'hp.
Notice tx Orange Growers
Rocked ge, l., July 4th, 1909.
asib .1 Tx. FLOUDA STAB
Ple give notice of call of orange
grower of Brevard county to meet
a town hall, Coeoa, July 10, at10:30
and also 180 of same date. Orange
growers have written to have a mem-
ber of exchange tobe there to explain
J. E. Brrmua.
The bet all de a DeWitts Little
hriy Tthe ham us little liver pUi.
ane, pl t to tekeand
at by Bner Dnr
'anwred day mad nght the torment of
tb ieseetil I v
Msd DAM's OiStmest It ued me pea-
net."-Hoa. John L Garrett, mayor, Gir-

Franklin Allen returned from Day-
tona Beach last Sunday.
Mrs. io Walker, of Lotus, spent
last Thursday with Mrs. F. W. Mun-
The fine rains last week have done
a world of good to the gardens, pas-
tures and groves.
Mrs. Arthur Sims spent Thursday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Carter, and family.
We missed Uncle and Auntie
Hughes on the 4th, which was uncle's
birthday. Miss Eva Owens'birthday

Mr. Hall and family, with a party
of friends, went down to Melbourne
and took in the whole celebration, in-
cluding the dance at night.
Carl Wittfeld and sister, Miss Mary
Wittfeld, and Misses Mary and Es-

ed the Melbourne celebration.

Mrs. Martin, Mr. Chandler and fami-
ly and A. B. Carter and family at-
tended the picnic and dance at Ar-
tesia Saturday.
A very good missionary and patri-
otic program was given at the church

I Ionr8 o f Chanter 8M. Lws

r Flor ida D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL, Registe Pharmeeist
Noice i hereby given that J. W. Griffi, tr A lKlra Tf= I T,
purchaser of tax certificate No. 44, dated the
d dayof April, A. D., 180 has filed said I I LJ II
eertiscate in my oMie, and has made applica-1
tion for tax deed to isme in accordance with -"it~'r ll'l l1OriC1a
law. Said certica embraces the following Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
described proprsituated in Brevard county Fancy and Todet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
oUon 1 townhip2K08, rLe 3Eoda. h Water, Ice Cream, resh Drugs, Chemicals
land being asmeee at the date of theisan Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
of such cemrt ctein the name of Unknown haven't instock
Unless maid certificate shall be redeemed ac- haven't in stock
cording to law, tax deed will issue thereon on --.- - -
the id day of August, A. D., 1909. John L. Van De Veer W. H. Ford
Witnem my official signature and seal this V DVr
the 2nd day of July, A. D..1900.
Clerk Cirenit Court Brevard County. Florida. TITUSVILLE ICE Ca
Circuit Court Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
SIel Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points on the Florida East Cast


Tonsorial Parlors Deaiers in Staple and Fancy Groceries
Corner Julia and Palm Streets, one block east -::- --=-=_Iat Competitive Prices-__ -
from Railway Station GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP G0R ASP, T"C.

Fashionable Hair Cutting and
General Barbering
One visit and you become a Staunch Patron

East Coast Meat Market

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Uniformly Fine as Flow
Most economical because it bind 10 more
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Ihla an doem o moM to Auhls&T Cap-al, ..ll
7 ""I Avage Dqsdim ^ *nw
up with a am bmk, am A
Twinges of bhlashe bother you
hing ym ra GENERAL BAR OUH
rin y disorders add toyour mi- LARGEST AND OLDEST BANI ON TUE I
satteahe dse w,,-Exchange bought and asold oa- fr---- m uM a i-
Doan's Kidney tPMwill work the MOWapyiatpe s pois Vme, el
care. Twith comwvatv- b-
They're for the kidneys only- 00RMPluDE;NXT_ aL TusIn rmu._ asm_,, mg- w T2 W ,he M.
Hve mde great CeM 1in Ttusk sm M e Juasn hBaMsu
J. W. Webber, Main St., Tituville, -- M
Fla., say: "I used Doan's Kidney I&L hAAtUAlAAA
Pfl and can say that they did me a
great deal of ood My back wa A
very lame and sore and pained me
intenely if I stooped or lfted. My H R DVA I L
kidney were weakand on account of
too frequent mmsof the seere-
tions, I was for to arise many
times at night. I at length read Jas. Pritchard & Son
a box and had used them but short f
time when I felt a great deal better. Handle the Finest inea of
Bythe time Ihad finishedthecon-
tents of one box, "the backache had Heav yandShelf Hardware
become a thing of the pust and the Heavy and Shelf nardwar
lameness and soreness disappeared.
I am now able to rest well, my back
is much stronger and am feeling Our Stock of
better in every way."
For sale by aU dealers. Price 50 Guns and Sporting Goods
cents. Foster-Mlbrn Co., Bufalo complete times
NewYork,soleagentafortheUnite; Sm l at a times
I Remembr the name-Doan's--
andUlnotoers ntmeDn' Paints and Oils of Quality
starv toDeath one of our Specialties
is what eould utly be said ofumaychil-
[de wo die. TIhey have wv poor ittle
- t know Quotations for large or small orders wil
I .p.Wig.h.t. fo be given personal attention. Mail Orders
you win bemrprmdgatthbe rmit ad solicited and promptly filled
quickly it picks up. Sold by aU druggift I
Ald.- will happen, but the t re-
lated hmulies keep Dr. Thouw' Edlectric Oil
Sforchemerer It aubdues the pain
AMId hboo th hu- -
Children Cry E. L. BRADY & BRO.
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last Sunday a. m. There were flow-
ers and flags and patriotic songs. Dot
and Boy Allen and Miss Nina Bald-
win had recitations, and everyone en-
joyed it very much.


Receatdiscoveries have shown
that falling hair is caused by
germs at the roots of the hair.
Therefore, to stop falling hair,
you must first completely de-
stroy these germs. Ayer's Hair
Vigor, new improved formula,
will certainly do this. Then
leave the rest to nature.
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