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 16, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00710
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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Sae- 8 two Cycle marine motor, tll
he ontft ed nmew oitnd theI and
S oree feed oiler, nothing better made in
M to yle, ot O any of the abo e at
SaIrm tRimer Made Hoeas Titusviele.
SK. MDoald, former receiver o
the Port tDola Natm l, left Sunday
Sin anfoer his bome n Athens where
he will sped several days before going
S to Washingtoa to rprt for duty a
national bank examiner at large Mr.
McDonaald we receiver o thPortDal-
SNational bank for two year, and
SIceede by Frank B. Shutta, of Auro-
Kr, Indiana.

Japanrea for Florida
W. H. H. Gleason, well known
citizen of Em Gallie, has sold 2,500
acres of farming lands to therJapa-
noe colony and it is aid tbere would
be 200 of them to settle thereon.
Mr. Ohi is the leader, and speaks very
favorably of the opportunity offered
for establishing paying farms

iKtinse Gents Furnishing Dep't
SMen's trousers made of excellent
S quality of worsteds, e top, trn
over caff, special (2er per pair, end-
leas variety of p ptterns.
Also anotherlt nude in the height
S of fashion, worth $4.00, special $349.
.Men's negle shirts, collars at-
tched, maue bde o quality soisette,
could hardly be told trom silk, spec-
a $1oi M e ach.
S JUUus KLINEs
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and the treasurer had attached to his
report a certificate showing that the
amount his report called for was on
deposit in the Brevard County State
bank to his credit as county treasurer.


Petition of S. F. Travis, et al, pray-
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PROCEEDBIGS OF THE

CO"Tn COSsOI ounS

Tht Breward comuty enmmbeioder
met at the coart hous in Tituavole,
July 6, 190, at 2:00 p. m. Preent,
R. A. Coklin, chairman ; J. M. Ow-
ban, J.R. Miot, T. J. Coclhatth
A. A. Stewart, clerk, J. P. Brown,
sheriff.
The minutesof the last meeting
of the board were read and approved.
The board wll request the tate
board of bheth o the state o Fori-
datoorder all do in Brevard coun-
ty to be mmled so that the spread
of hydrophobia wll be prevented as
the board ha beei advind that there
areseeral cas reported in the coun-
ty.
Order No.2 pawed by the board
at other meeting in June, 1909, s
hereby rneidd, the id order hav-
I mrVit! WOmedt. The
law tate that the letting of the ad-
vertsing or publication of the seelon
laws shall be after receipt of a certi-
fied copy of such laws from the sec-
retary of state.
Clerk's reports of tax edempions
and purehas for April, May and
June, 1909, were received.
Notary public bond of Albert A.
Taylor was approved.
Fine and forfeiture funds reports
of clerk circuit court, county judge,
and Justices of the Peace C. T. Me-
Bride, Chas. H. Nauman, W. C. Pe-
terson, L K. Myers and J. M. San-
ders were received.
Sheriff's reports to state auditor of
fines imposed in Brevard county dur-
ing the month of May, 1909, amount-
ing to $124.67, and report for June,
190, amounting to $100.00 was ap-
proved.
Bond of S. E. McFarland to carry
a pistol was approved and permit is-
sued.
Report of Henry Carlile and John
Coward of road work in district No.
5 was received.
Report of R. J. Dunnam, superin-
tendent of county home, of produce
sold during the month of June, 1909,
amounting to $21.75 was received.
The following reports were receiv-
ed and filed: R. A. Conkling, hire of
county mules, road fund .$19.50 and
$23.70; J. R. Miot, hire of county
mules, special road fund district No.
2, $26.25; J. M. Osban, lumber sold,
special road fund district No. 1 $7.82;
J. M. Osban, county mule sold, road
fund, $140. Receipts showing that
above amounts had been paid to coun-
ty treasurer was filed.
The treasurer's report was received


leading wo rnoel uixie, commencing
work May 22nd. First class work.
F. BLECK.
Orange and Granefruit Trees


Length 25 ft. by 7 ft. beam with 10
ft. cabin, equipped with a 4 h.p.
Lathrop motor in first class order,
speed over measured course 7' miles


For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
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LOUL GOSSIwP [uesti-swsi LTET 1EW .
MONDAY JUir Y199, .
UD RSUONmPr ,.Pt m-ut ANoD Imeanm
rench white lawn, In40 ehes wde,

I 1 a H ln a iS a te adiandgon, ,ex ent qual- ?nN k i nMse
ity, worth a0 cents, Donda only, 1 n ^ nDS IIt
Hase youseea th new bulletin Cnlts pe yard. Dr. M D t ThPavi.
Reiaot Coee of Liberal ArtaM W te madras, excellent quality ia Mr. JoBn Glass ai veiia townr yea
Sendfor oy. See a., pge4. stripes and endless variety of figures, tm dy on a visit tto hifrtibds h
Mist Aade Mresasrsoveria speelal 19 Cents per yard. Prof. S. J. Ovastreet aeaar p ftm
a eouplea t weeks e mas with fe lad es white erakirtmide of mti
M ~Id & Po daogofood Ft"-'t- -qualit y of domestic with three
Mr. B. B.dcdrF rows of torn inertion ad edge t"wn
Pnier, have rented a cttae ir Tyrom, to match, special m cents each. Mr. Cal C. CUrtiesarrived tls te
N.C., whre tey will spe i the sm- Window screen cloth, en only the week from Palatha a few ds'
mer. 33 inches wide special L per rol visit wth his family at LaGr
Mastr Wilson Taylor writes hoe f twenty Mr. and Mrs. WalkU Oook a1dms
from Detad tth thsewiteassed the start A ie 1oknO raule se, th e Kade Coversete C
kna own f hOnyx timi r .l .4 ie u t ,m, lC l,.
of the ats in the Glidden tour from Lod a nol worth an epo Mr tr freom An..e5 h t, ae oeekpyb!th
that t a fw days ago. daen per paFulto cottge, in So U.TIm
Mrs. LA. Brady ad Mster Park- Spe bargains in embroidery and Mis Louise Caurt retaurad O me
hurt Brady arrived home m Whi laes, also a good many remnants Tuesday from Palm Beach where she
npr wola st Fridy fternoon, aftersev-. t s ase pent several days tia math with her
wal weeks visit with rioeds in s th sle s, alve Lrelatv Lyman and'Wil Si et
ul front of embroidery, spedialonday Mis Lena Cnklag, of Tm so
SMess. J. Pollr, rep nting only, 99 ents each. pran anadMissAnitnaa mova, of oBee
C. M. Lewis & Co., of Jaekm le, and Speial prices in figured lawns and ledge pianist, will .ive a series of Cee
. 8. Nelson, repreentin C. W. Bar- att. We also have good may eerts opvnddmwn the& tC C6atastly,
tlson & Co., of that city, were n ton remnants in lawn and yough at M d Ms.. A.. C. Gudaewleft las
Tuesday and Wednesday. And just what yo are o oing for. o Y ft
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dismakes, of St. Titusvill. Forida. ittin Mveral monh here with b.
Auustine, arrived home Tuesday from Garer's son. Msn C; A. Gbdae-, md
Hot prigs, Ark., whither Mr. Di- Brevard County School Board win
mukes went severalweeks agoto attend ear of Andrew Froeat er's 16yngho -lkll
the bksm' con e The. board of public insruction
stay. met Monday, July 5th, with full, a edtiant yst ay nightwhle -,bl
stay. pe sen.m t.69 into.. ,.Mdr ino o bia-abee .iti
Mr. and Ms. A. H. Johsen, of board present. bed being pierd by theft of M.
Mooltriville, S. C., arrived last Friday Thie min of the last meetil oltes wagon.
for a visitto Ms. Johsnn's father and were read and approved. The Ford and Buiek ..nakutts. amu
mother, Capt. and Mrs. 0. A. Qumrter- Treasurer's report for June was te ru of 19 miOn betwe Cooas sad
mea at Cester Shoalsbhoseoarefge. found correct. Titkuvinle in.au bor and 6 to 20 mm-
It is four years aime Mr Jehanehbad The tax collector presented his list utes, the greater part of this distance
see her mother and as bhe eold aota- of poll taxes received during the- beeia deep sarrndra
dse Mrs QUartermn to come to month of June, 1909, same showing The post oflM department ha evi-
Chareton, the latter deci to $19.00 for 1908. dently hung up the new daily maiLraute
tortFNANIAL smuARY. between. Alleailmt and TItasville Per-
Church Notes Wanrrat outstandig lat report- $U,12.SB hape the few bide sent i were regard
u" Nssed this meeting--- 57.73 ed too high fertheservie.
Rev. Wm. Stones will not preach at Mrs. W. Hall and little daughter,
aGrange or Titusville on Sunday, July Warrants paid in Jm..------ -.S1,S9 Willaid, left yesterday morninr for
Warants now outstanding.---.--. 6,5.08 Mnout-e o0 a visit for about two months
Rev. H. F. Harri will preach in the Total ash on hand ------------- 461 with her asiter, Mrs. V. C. Ladr E
Methodist church, Titusville, Sunday returning home she expect. to. visit
next, both morning and evening. Defct in fnds------ ----- friends in St Petersburg ande Lkesto d.
rkRK~zz Eb i. MTVifriends in St. Petersburg. andIfkohd.
Dean Robottom will officiate in Holy rCmm nnd. Sheriff Hardie al Deputy Ferguson
Trinity church, Melbourne, on Sunday E L. e. trial No. .. .8- s. swooped down on a blind tiger at Pert
morning, July 18th, at 100 o'clock, and J. Pritchard A Son, sup. No. t..---... Lauderle Monday night. Its mas-
in St. Johns church, Eau Gallie, on Sun- E. C. Advot, pub. Anan. statement 2.00 ger, Joh adson colored, wa arragn-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Simon Davis, trmanptg ppils to No. 27 0.00 coore wa arraign
.day evening at 7:80 o'clock. trapt pi to No 16. suo ed before Judge Atkinsgn at Miami on
J. LR Walker, sp xl et etc------- the charge of selling liquor without a
Con4uctor Maemr's Accident John R. Walker, salary supt. forJuoe 75.00
.o B. Arnold, per diem and amileag- 17.0 license and carrying a oneealed weapon.
Conductor Herman Masters, of the G. 8. Singleton, perdiem and mileage 12 0 He plead guilty to the former charge
northbound freight Tuesday after- A.J. Ca rter, per diem and mileage 9.80
northbound freight Tuesday after. Hath, co. treurer...- .1 and was fined $100.
noon, had his right arm crushed be- Fee a tewart. interest------------- .0 Dr. R B. Potter, of West Palm Beach,
Brevard County State bank, int...--. -- .15
tween the bumpers of two freight John Henry, typewrtg. mam. for pub. 2.00 age 67, died at St. Luke hospital. Jack-
cars while he was attempting to B.C.Scurry, teacher for No. 101-- 45.00 sonville, Monda night from theeffects
straighten out the kink in the chain Total imue $ 51.7 of a serious operation. He was the pio-
connection. The board prepared the estimate neer physician on Lake Worth and was
Masters thought he had time to for 1909-10 and the same was pres- Gepresentative of the legislature under
straighten out the chain before the ented to the board of county com- Governor season from Dde county and
scacula wwas again elected to that position in
cars came together, but miscalcula- missioners. 1896. He leaves two brothers and asia-
ted the time. "Doctors Wilson and The secretary was instructed to ad- ter.
Utley dressed the injured arm and vertise for bids for the different A ball game between the colored nines
Masters was hurried to the railway transportation routes. Papers elect- of Cocoa and Titusville at this place yea-
hospital in a special, making the trip ed STAR and Cocoa and Rockledge terday ended in a refusal of the Cocoa
of 120 miles in 2 hours and 25 min- News. boys to play the game out after a dis-
utes. On motion of Mr. Singleton the pute over the umpire's decision, and
When Conductor Masters arrived rule known as the isolated pupil rule they left the diamond. The same ac-
in the Ancient City his arm was swell- was unanimously rescinded, tion took place the last time they played
ed to double its normal size. Fortu- The following assignments of teach- here. Cocoa was slightly ahead when
nately no bones were broken, only ers were made: they quit the field, but Titusville was
the flesh being bruised and the tissues No. 2, Shiloh, Nellie Schofield; No. picking up fast with excellent chances
of winning the game, and disinterested
torn. The patient is progressing 3, Allenhurst, Mrs. C. Schoonmaker:-white persons who saw the game said
very favorably and resting well. No. 5, Mims, Ethel Wilson; No. 9, that the umpire's decisions favored Co-


;anaveral, Jeannette Norwood; No. coa more than Titusville.
Remember The Alpine for lodging 17, Georgiana, Margaret Carter; No. -
and quick lunch when in Titusville. 24, Malabar, Estelle Patterson; No. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
White Mountain ice cream freezers
Try a grape float at our fountain. 25, Valkaria, Irene DeStuben; No. 26, Stone churns, fruit jars and rubbers
You will like it. Grant, Lois C. Morse; No. 27, Micco, Waiters white jackets and aprons
BANNER DRUG STORE. Cora D. Munson. Galvanized screen wire 30, .32, 34 inch
Pump leathers. Billy Possums
Good Shoe RepairingThe boardadjourned dto meet the CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
ood hoe epang first Monday in August at 2:30 p. m.
Northern German shoemaker now 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
located in little building on street Launch Kathleen for Sale case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
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Swho were the frt t money outside of the camp gate. "Get years and years the people have dis.- w rang home froa th ser-
aeevo ivSe at o oe ateom lender of the wold. Of the iLoM- out of my regiment," he said. "You uted as to who owned the fsh in e ad dew his carrag to his h-
fteal o~~brvata Tohee domes cover bards the princely Medici family of are not worth disiplinig. If you t. Not long ago two boys got into tl with many eides of enthu
etAsraB satatosmu that wI b nee- Forenoe were the first to make come back Ill have you shot!" A a ght over the fh they were 1 tic love ad dmiration. T
emary In e seletta c work for whMe money lending a btiness. On the big, dangerous man named Mexico I catching, and the dispute was at scee wa a tirrin one, and a
the Caree hasa bees tat The tiw- Medici coat of arms had been en- was tied up with score of others last carried into the courts. The friend in eng to it some week
bers of the bul are the best ad graved three gilt balls, and this in- for leaving camp without permis- decision of the judge was odd afterward id, "You mst have
stasebt a ou b tou signia had been handed down gen- sion. "For every minute I stand aough. He decreed that say one ben very meh d d."
a w te ret to start onn mot a ration after generation as a symbol here Ill have an ounce of your aiming to own any of the fish laayett looted at him for a
rim of loa voyages tmat ar expected of money lending. One pawubroker blood," said he to the colonel. should attach a brass tag to the tails moment in silence and then sad.
to coosume about Aftee yar. Her of London told a friend that it "Gag him!" said Grant. of the fish with the owner's name in with a whimsical smile:
but trip wul be to Hueon bay. where meant getting the security of dou- One by one as the hours passed plain letters, and that in the future "Ye I was ve much pleased
sette mwarebears will be conducted. ble the value of what is lent. Two the other offenders were released he must catch his own fish or none very much esed indeed But I
srtsa er a known to exist i of the balls would therefore indi- by the officers of the guard. Grant at all. This unique decision put an ner saw anything more of m
the vau the compass and ate what the monev lender took released Mexico himself. The bully end to the dispute.-Chicago Bee- hores, my dear friend!"
when her work Is Anisea thuse emor, and the third what e gave.--Lon- saw that his colonel was his as- ord-Herald.
amoa otabe due to mag na-u don3 Modera Society. aw that hi colonel was his m- usem ketie ar .
aeN. It it bel toem wUl have bee Modern Society. ter, and the regiment began to find The ilk From the C- M s. M alapro
coveted. It was also said that In her Anti..n and Rlization. out that it had a colonel. Taining fl g the t. Maprop Younog e e
voyages mI ar southern seas an at- Freddip-Hooray, sid .What do I In attaining full growth the lk- will hav to apologize before I'
tempt will probably be mad toe Fredde-Hooray What The Rioh Une worm stop feeding and throws out pk to him an.
atsly Ioeeate oth magett pole. you think? Pa's going to buy an He (desratel)-T ilken thread. The silk is formed Mis lterest-Did he insult :
The mean survey wWl be made an automobile, and I'm going to sit in H (Ipe tely)el me tha in a fluid condition and issues from Mrs. Malaprop ld he I
dr the superCvis of Dr. Bauer, the front seat. Sis-So am I. Fred- tth.s t noty property that the body of the worm in a glutinous last time I met him t,! h nm :at
whioe Immediate representative on die-No, you won't. That front antate, apparently in a single thrad, my uncle, Lord de Stvie. h'd 'v
board the yebt will be Mr. Peter seat is for pa and me only. See! She (sadly)-Y-e-s. From this silk the worm constructs motive atcksi and he had the m
w 198 cow d te 8i You've got nothing to (ith a ray of hope)I admit is cocoon, a interval of from pdenice to ask f he whistlee at
ntle s rver yacht Galiee In the Psa- o that I am poor, and so, unfortu- three to five to oe'ssb g uudtoHe'vme
de. Mr. Pers wll have four ma- about this automobile. t nately, is mybut have i an reto five d Hat
sMe ober.P to W gl have. Captuan your'n. Freddie It's more mine ed unl is father, b h an complete its imprisonment in the bt hi RordHerld
Cg.Ltlead of New LaOdo. Conn.. than your'n, and you'll just have to d u e ho is very r a a envelope. In order that the silken w


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,~~Va Ll ew cro h doctor. idBut e "owen that e dgo. Sat o good jdt whondwr i to e s t P a
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.l 11 n OT with t h tmoh t goitby, Grntt! A stpeeeh!r Their late would have envled at the o ciri By the tm we Teah d
am sand without relaxing a muscle of colonel ed to orate bfore verdit. rik the bmolements eeed bi thA
S~ae tsr ppote, his fale he propounded another to the. The ntew colonel teppd In 1848, on the Iur 'y of the 1 l sto r had steadily
< ee r .il .atase rinas"the mmdiemr cDo oe wenow an aid- two p0e e toward them and said ewua Newmarket Houghton meeting, two ereaed. Gurrick himself could eee-
a rt m aa r a* the deference between an aid-d e lear calm voi ce deatd oheat of three occurred in the mald 750 a week before he wt
aby atas sm ewtof m.~ad ca and an o at, ?" "ior i-to yoe r quart ers -r m afternoon. into man gimet, baids a bMdlt
'i0* s esl bin I o not ph the o- t inch shell had uplod. In 188 there was a dead heatwhich wld bring i virtually al
g, -.. Neither do sir thun d e ed iadn ther rankO the "boys" woeSi three in a feld of nve for the that the hom waO worth, fo m ,-
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wSSas ?S: th SamS w L Neto Islh oir thandered nt have beenK^ mor srgpriedb race caled the Sandown Derby, but 000 to W8,5o0 far the sight. A ter
., to4h0lt t wrtt the" hi., grae0-Bhang they went to their quarter i. There afterwmad known a m the etrme he mwt lte waammat ia e-
la te em te sease this we Rte s was that in the new colonel's vice stakes, run over the straight fve iap wn e mrmos, sad he died
t e m e Attso aes win &atato r d ut tp* which o er pressed comrmn. The forldong course at Sadown park. leaving, at a low om petaon, over
- .. -e daq -h ot tom tosn. th i-e -dcinbaiwas not lood, l but it was givenoe The dad heat er were B. Evans' rto500, M iv imre s 0d
s rsmmnthe e a.S to tr om weanm with a car u nation which Maiden (B. Wyatt), P. Lorifard's meat ost th asag t at
*a aUt M al nt 4C or a Ifr the room geta too wm open showd him a mater of men. Gerald (. Webb) and the Duke of t of her ear a k,
Stan- to t er it the tmott gerat That e at dress Thei as ailteo's na ora (J. Watts). Inawti w wtht MBa. dIt ame
me 0S 8r8b = ~ y t he h tou eppd center of e regi the run-of Marden, who in t mhe co oeau i r Aeii C.ow
. .t A..,. rs 'oto s p meant, wearing n usiform ae a meantime had had hi plates re- Gardeth atof her
rtms eGts tswhal-n g tb odoa, s te pair of gray treoser. with a tripe moved and ran unahod, won by he. u thi wea far bow what
:thrcare o- L1te aw weo find ha m fc hdop aothe r ain down the oatide am and three a head only eparat- she en andt did dr mA sbwhe
*dethe gaebt -tarteA dowmma ol a word, the ma jested in low m econ and third. and an te puesmas, ana ias I
tmsss Gsssi wsn t without vices about their new cmander. The most notable dead heat ofan we ,ehd thT em tW
e Iw ie te mfte r a' of the .intcaalled cn ib en n aiGoode, te lats three ie red i the wands75 t ih a w h th a aae
,, by a a~ ere. at ssaedM and an. Mholie takin g1ol to your qsttr." hemoas0tuted into T-nkyslay ]-it i ar















weM. e sau to ab e tet Sor fo as i pper. not ea tly used the daily pa. with in 1857 between aHakm, for the o awre i It
to-ahe&sleI a t sat I 1yore fondof of ftlI f ade as an occasion to make a Priom's, an America entry, ad at b e th at
Itsl em balta whemichL a et v good w ift the o actress spih, and the men a expted one Wheein hero e for th irty t t- m. the so e e
e p irepalaise atasbe tn e the do sri.i t lTrom Grnot. Te litnm e ofieers ad- four a runner and the starting playr at e Ds ti nmd wae duale
eualse a a ataewo a bee -rt iostke fat- vaeed, and the adjtant suted. price of the dead hate r were 8 to whet it i at pid ,-0i. Mt
S Is ta r oof the pilow Th t "A oierit duty er 1 H 30 to 1 Priores atd t to
*1i e WasLere a tr b s p ect umy oa to be obeyed ar e- In the decider, which was run ofh soom bh m a esr, u50 a ia
A M e. d.theUndowe"r i-oo o euan wo't mo rdexrs o o Tb along heote at wndo. n p riin dum lowo xti- n









a a hr wl a bmm m- The mt e w wnot to e t, me dasnt a tantly a it we were n the waning light George Feod- being adt to Kear, Ma y ea
la ep t 4ie '.s o t et peer a e h usihe B s i not like aUcking a t e oteldd hof battle ham was subatituted for Tankesley eve. I ti ur. But t it i, of ema.,
mWe draft 12 f est. Wta he e s h o se. The man who wine in basi- That was all he said. As the o Prioress and Bray for Little on dwarfed into iin by the
ftl loadue sad ready oer aeaa se m wins because he has deserved men ui&t-hed back to quarters a El Hakim. The change of jockeys eminlelem mamrd from the
Ibe.mIMM s o to win; the man who loses does o oriate asked: t"What do they mean appears to have worked to some ad- American puaie by such artists as
It is the menials o ad le thee Iese h deserves to lose. This sding down a little man like vantage in the case of the Ameri- Benhardt, Coqulan sad Ir ing
S e it mt tr oat h may ot i alway be obvious, him to rco and this regiment? a mvare for he won the decider Berhardt was a$1,000 a t
oe worl. lth ad ls to ler t Qt t tis none th e les tre. O He cnt pound dry sand r in a by a length and a half, a head sp which seems to e struck the
mn r la that -at t- t= oe GId tn gelef hierhopW Colon hrpGoode, ths l colnel heeth a the bSnub for the Cn af Or m the do pera







maU apacMty se wil alae be eatpp hecearse the uneu aes ful man won't straht holed arati ng the other two.a risians dumb with ast ni hme nt It
wtth a lIf bar-power aselUay com- admit it. It would be better f01r 'He can't make a speech. Look Once there was a dead heat of is difficult to apportion Sir Hear
baa ege wcb s to e operated him if he did, for then he would at the clothes he wears. Who is hea our at Newmarket in a sweepstakes Imin receipts apart from Mi
tr pdreear e made from anthrate seek for the deficiency in himself anyhow?" for two-year-olds, run over the first Terry's. But they undoubtedly were
S which bIrouht about his failure and retorted a ser geant, "It half of the Abindon mile. This valued as high as $600 a night o
athe w s S n ei- st m strive to hnd it It s the old tell yu who e is. Hes th e colonel was at the Hoghton meeting in tour.- Strand Magazine.

ad eCm bistrw&of- principle of tA sur eal of the et- of this regiment, as you' nd, and 1855. Fivetit started, and the race
aM ev materials, the only metal a terst The tsg"t is the man of don't you forget it to l resulted in a dead heat of four, the if yo rpast l the btack wk bacI
oa t, a n n o i regiment had obtained all the or length. The decider was won by a *an I use DeWi K a.My m d dd
The On Wh Wkm ac y =a as imenty a if we wer in the wanin light, Gorg Fod- z.t 0 K















edameer and the rm rateia. an ery chance. The m who be- i wished for. Grnt stoedat head, half a l ength separating sec- is oera *I**m
esru a Marty oL maWset d that iees in l ack would probably be A man resisted arrest. ond and third. Tiny Wells rode be t bfein that DeIWiesl
4timOM bwL to inta sh moe prolat empwhloyeds in back- "What's the matter ? asked the winner, t he original favorite, a Mtler pl tS?"ke what t
SIt ms t t e r n eia ug horses, wl h ere his o lar tal- Grant of the officer of the day. chestnut filly called Overreach, byc tt ho A Saois
oIrmswa, thetUk a or e e eats would har mo remorse play.-l a.- e man persists in brgigng Birdcatcher. .half, a had hih ats mt
- w a vIde eog c to e don Opinion, liquor into camp and refuses to give at t
n et a eda r s aot it tr lp." ting th e other theo. risia dumb it
mm -m*eeaepeedofattota. it. It woud be better "H can't him in the guashousee hI There is in Wales a cr t of i die clt to a ie
f parisuar atenrest iste oberra- The use of three gilt balls as the "He refuses to go. milesf long, connecting two s tall At Lamarque's funeral the P
ameabia. which eis utsd amdshbie symbol of the pawbroker's trade Grant stepped up to him, seized lake. About ifty persons own ridan mob took out General Lat-
entmama of ane ito use with u. Lombard., him boy the collar and jerked him property along this creek, and for yette' horses as the famous soldier


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** 3 was Wamjaltr uperts whes Rob
Sat emm amm everw the pot Oe se-
,j:id dh watb to Plandew Chase
.m__ at th e ase of the Romevelt ad.
.m"ate. smmam tt he wenul e at romat
-, uC Ii-i-) sthae liasg INpdrvatet if Mr. RoeVelt
11 eac sow rvt*ery hht NO C Ohim and Judge
ft had bad occasion to si" up his
a,- -_-"h- ed Sllhy, r as secretary of war he
ae -Ine bs ee ba e leeleoy In Smeh with hm,



T ~h est ste departments Mr. Bac was at
~ h s hbem p do. the head at the latter department after

S'mat Fub M whet eb has "at% and etorm that be was aeting
%We ftmy yeat s seetary at various times when Mr.
ab 0h~ # to We r Rest was abset t travels In atin
he.eamb w %b twhe ft"Ms Amens. As soon as President Taft
a paM vMaulesm tavWW task pnes=es of th White e.
Mg ~,00Ms ,peMl the rd Mr. BDeeo's nam was assmelated with
am aS. sm g a the hSt me r another Iportsant dlp omatic
"W 49%e ana the presaat's reported o-
n tw b : ctrba. em to seed him to France as sue
@AI ,sei in, to Aaa ary aw te ino
t with preIettwuns made several
bR t Bacon was born In e rWn.
mast~sin tortiae years ago. After
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mb f tma Osn the 00sur
:mme srttatii the O4T Indians
bare ben alloted 103000 out of a total
et 0 aereS. So each Indian will
4a1o rlTe lO acres, Including men
oms eand children. giving Indian
lSaIlle mo b larr farms than the
wfte settlers wlW rweeve.
The atead Indlana have been al- nrr OOw.
ho ed 000 acrs out of a total of
lS M Ser wle outh of a total One l graduated from Harvard in the
UN ieM, wbhe the Spokane o- 'same class with ex-President Roose
41 tt Imbeen allotedi AcreLs. volt Mr. Bacon entered the banking
Stimber Iad on the Cousr d'Alne business in Boston. Here he acquired
Wilrtbte f orbe d a- a thorough financial training, which
s" nthe r lens M W ns afterward aided him greatly during
e h o~ rmva i~ membership in the firm of J. P.
l h' whlte attle will have to pay Morgan & Co. Mr. Jiacon resigned as
the idin wit hn five yas dr0 aa
the i an withIs fo Mr m a ll foreign representative of that firm in
S dstakenup r Sttiet 190B and spent the following two years
from P.2 to P per acre. This mn-
y, h a1 to ti per m e. t iTis am. traveling through Europe.
ey. paid to the go%" meant In annual
In 1905 he was called home to accept
Intalmsts w^ll be deposited 11 thBe the post of assistant secretary of state.
Uned Itss trea to tMh crdit Here he served with distinction and
-a the India and they wili reeve was frequently the companion of Pre-
nvitdlslt L eah yoar the interest on Ident Roosevelt out of office hours. He
l tor fr went with Judge Taft to Cuba on the
All who de to regstr tfor thee occasion of the second American inter-
i s ms ut go Int peonm to the regis- ventlon in the island. He also went
J tmtio points at Kalspell or Missoula. to Porto Rico in 1908 and succeeded In
Mot., to rlester for Flathead lands. settling the property dispute there be-
to Coeur d'Ala, Ida., to register for tween the church and state. Mr.
coeur d'Alene lands and to Spokane Bacon's work in this matter was high-
to rNleg r fr pokane lands Appll- ly regarded In diplomatic circles in
catimn will be received only at Coeur Washington. President Roosevelt ten-
dAlene, where James W. Witten of dered him the ambassadorship to Ger-
the general land ofce will conduct many in 1007. but this he declined, say-
the loVery. Applicatlohb which may ing that be preferred to stay at home.
be sworn to before a notary public. Mr. Racon served Just a month as
must be sent to Judge Witten by or- Senator Root's successor at the head
dinary mall, not by registered mail. of the state department. He is a pro-
and no envelope which bears a return f(lent French scholar and. being a
card or the address of the sender will man of considerable private fortune.
be counted in the lottery, will not be altogether dependent on
Soldiers and sailors of the civil war, his salary In keeping up an establish-
Spanish war and Philippine insurrec- meant at the French capital.
tion or their widows or children may
register through agents. This means Dispatch.
that the veterans or their heirs do not Dispat
have to go way out to Montana to Dispatch is the gift or art ov do-
register. All applications for registrar ing a thing right quick. To do a
timo must reach Judge Witten at thing right and to do it quick iz an
Coeur d'Aleae before Aug. 2. attribute of genius.
All applcetton filed on Identical Huwv is often mistaken for die-
blanks will be heaped in a room'and tch, but thare is jst az much dif-
thoroughly mixed. Judge Witten will erence az thare iz between a hornet
pick out one of them at random. A and a aunt when they are both ov
clerk will mark that blank "No. 1." nth a aue ,t en ty hornetnever
and the man or woman whose name them on duty. A hornet never
!t bears will be entitled t? firt choice takes any steps backward, but a
of a farm. In this way a sImber of aunt alwuz travels just as the he
blanks equal to the number of home- had forgot sumthing.
steads available will be selected. Hurry works from morning until
SNo selections of hbometeads will be night, but works on a tredwheel.
made prior to AleU 1. 1910. All per- Disnatch never In- aole ar *n ^k


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seaao foe hauet thi tim find of toda
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t hm e ar n the t p ad ae

the Ctregwr ns-htm whch at eaee
ian easse t wbemertsu grawt
meees t at, whle there tisatelrtal
ethas t mat Ia rom over forty
Spounes haven r. Wl eto ame It upo
rees for bli that the lad atMsy
Is as large as t nowhat r than any

mathm u y o history iand anaot e g
Mes are also lacking some parts of
the PIttsbur msVbrooqi whieh were
Ptact wn tound.
Dr. W. J. Rolland of the Institute,
wr ate d t al to t to the ods fi
tre mushroom, when noted declared
ths it most hbe weighb over forty
ponds when Dr. Willetts came upon

The muasbroom is what is known a
the polyporas kind and cannot be cal-
tvatesd at all, though it is'ot the edible
variety. The mushroom appears to
have grown so fat that blades of
rass cut thronh It.

BJORNSON'S POPULARITY.
RemarkauMe Miltary Greeting Per the
Nerwegian Nveliet.
One day while In Norway an oppor-
tunity was given to L P. Richards to
verify the statement that the name of
BDornstjern BJorneo., the Norwegian
poet mean as much as the Norwegian
ag. "A battalion of Norwegian and
swedish cavalry, infantry and artl-
ley, between 8000 and 4,000 strong,
was returning from ts maneuvers to
the post In Christiania," he say. "In
peing Aulestad the general In corm-
mud sent his adjutant in advance to
get Bjoramso's permiOiaon to bring him
a ovation. With hi family and
guest assembled about him on the
veranda the monumental faure stood
with bared ead to receive the military
greeting.
"As each regimet passed n review
below, presatt arms to their chief-
tain, there went up a deafening bout
of personal salutation from each of
the sodiers, who then joined in sin-
tng the national hymn, to whose author
they were offering this spontaneous sa-
lute There was the unique spectacle
of a man In private life being accorded
a military, spontaneous demonstration
by the nation's army which a king
might envy."

RICH GRADUATE IN CALICO.
Niem Inaugurated Wealthy Man's
Campaign For Plain Gowns.
Miss Harriet Walker, a wealthy
member of the younger set in Welling-
ton, 0., astounded her class the other
night when she appeared for high
school graduation in a calico gown. D.
P. Wells, her wealthy uncle, does not
believe in women wearing elaborate
gowns, and more to satisfy him than
to win the $50 which Mr. Wells gave
his niece she, at hls request, agreed to
wear calico.
'My object," said Mr. Wells, "is to
begin a campaign for more sensible
gowns at commencement exercises.
Too many poor people spend compara-
tively large sums on such gowns. If
every one could afford It the custom
would be all right."

LABOR SAVING DEVICE.


Nearly Human Machine Invented by a
Buffalo Man.
Much interest is shown throughout
the U,:ited States by large commer-
cial houses in the recent invention of
Bartow 8. Holyneux of Buffalo of his
envelope filli atd iaddressing Inia-
chine. on whl.h lie has worked for
seven years aud which he recent '
completed. This iacthl'Ie is ca;pablle
of sorting from a table six different
circulars and will ilst, insert them li
an envelope, lick thte tial,a nd by a
plcumatic process seal the same. It
then properly addresses the envelope,
the corner of which is then licked.
after which a stamp li pu t in ipla:e
and forced on. bC the above mientml!,ncdl
pneumatic process (the United States
government has iust.s.l :au order Ier-
nitting the sale of stan:ps ill s'riji to,
be used for this lnventiotn. the letters
are then conveyed to a counter and
are counted and then carried to one
of Uncle Sam's mail bags. When the
bag is full and closed the counter
shows exactly how many letters are
in the same,
This machine is capable of turning
out 4,000 envelopes and circulars an


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Tb da der adtm a the
fmek eat, whl bad bm m ridn I
the tki g car of the elevate
nAilw train, was ayn h is
ti out of it to thte oar-
NOw Ist by Ot ph hear ao
th smrt who had erissd their

O(e ma who foot blocked ahe
pasage dh t entirely reused to
sMnate a ienc of ispe, ad the
tanl e af tr waiting a moment,
raised his aow foot and brought it
down with emphasis on the other
an's sale ad instep, crushing
the oanllgte foot to the loor
tepag ad it with his whol
weight, after which, with the erenae
o asei that he had perform-
ed a public duty, he left the ear,
went dw the stainray to the
street and proceeded on his way.
He had walked about a block
when he felt a slight tap on his
shoulder. He turned around and
found himself facing a wrathful
looking person, whom he recognized
as the man whose foot he had just
ound and who had limped after
im fast as he could.
"I should like to ask you, sir,"
said the wrathful person, "if you
stepped on my foot on purpose back
there in the car."
"Most undeniably and emphatic-
ally I did, ir," answered the tall
man, "and if you feel like starting
anything on account of it you won't
And a better time or place to start
it than right here and now. Don't
hesitate a second if you feel in-
clined that way. Sail right in. Any-
thing goea"
"I'm going to tell you that you're
a ruffian and a brute anyway!"
snorted the indignant person.
"Just so. And you're such a con-
temptible, infernal hog that I don't
care a straw what your opinion of
me is," retorted the other, knock-
ing the ashes out of his pipe, put-
ting it in his pocket, buttoning his
coat around hs slender but museu-
lar form and standing at ease.
"Have you any further business
with me?"
"'d like to know who you are,
that's all."
"My name is Gwilliams. Here
is my card. Ready to answer a call
at any time."
"Well, sir, you'll get it in the
neck some day !"
"Thanks. You'll get it in the
foot every time you give me such a
chance as you did this morning.
Want to start anything? No?




A palindrome is a word or sen-
tence that reads the same forward
or backward. The making of palin-
dromes in Latin was at one time a
favorite pastime. It calls for the
exercise of some constructive and
analytic skill. Not many English
palindromes are known. The sup-
posed self introduction of the father
of humanity to his quandam rib is
the most familiar:
"Madam, I'm Adam."
Sometimes an unintentional pal-
indrome comes to light, as in the
shop sign in Yreka, Cal.:


"Yreka Bakery."
Palindromes of considerable
length may be evolved-as, for in-
stance, the supposed reply the girl
makes to her another's question re-
garding the progress of the class in
Latin:
"0, ma! No pupils slip up or
ano."--Journal of Education.
A Tall One.
"Ive beea a! over the w rf,


remarked the globe trott *r. ",ut I
have never seenI a place like Matl;-
gascat---such vcegecta iion, such charm-
ing natives, such food!
"When I went there I was a sail-
or on a schooner. We lay in a M1ad-
a:,'ascan harbor for -everal weeks.
Well, will you believe it, at. the enin
of tl.e first week a deputation of!
sailors waited on the captain. They
threatened to mutinv unle-s a cer-
tain demand was granted.
"Now, what do you suppose they
demanded? Salt pork-salt pork,
mind you-instea1. of what the cap-
tain had been giving them!"


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smle of a. ad A**:
dassem4s 9'0a0b e a &







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Dn Davtlart eA 4M that Soeta
aMstser a d ys cs the po a l
at the Usihe rates we a be 1f-


SIa4 mr l than en to the Sod m
mle. ate arr ter y.rand et
AO way y cau s ar. aI we we
- tMe a t hebap athI this
e@*=y, wM&c mea sthat populatift
Is beghmt wto overtaken toad sa
ply. We ean lnrease production yet
may fld by mams of better method
ra itaomlve practice ad the reqUl-
adtoa Of yet undeveloped acres but
the bet land ha been developed. i
fertility a been more or esw d-
pletd, and som of It has already bee
abandoned, ad. while I bave no de
sre to pose a a prophit ad still Ib
to dogatia, I am ready to vtatre
the opinion that we have sn the last
of cheap white bread In tho conatry."


NEW SHELL A SEARCHLIGHT.
Luminims Missile Fired at Night to
Diesever Flets.
To detect a bostile fbet or single
bhip at Ms on a dark aliht espeelly
when a great distance away, Is an
esy matter, even with searchllhts.
The French naval autborltie now
beleve, according to a dispatch'troim
Tookmn, that they have discovered a
previous auxlltary In a luminous sll
recently tvesta and with which ex-
periments have been ms* with pgat
secrecy. The hell, according to a de
scription given is rad at a high aa-
e, and when It barts it scatters
luminous balls over a large pat of the
horioon, enabling one to discover a
ship within a radiu of sixteen or
eighteen miles.

To H. R. H. Julians Lou.
[The little crown princess of Holland
has been christened Julianma Loue Rama
Marle Wilbelmlna.--CLbel Dopatch.
The Holland folk are tickleS much
Because they've got a Princes Dutch.
A brand new blue eyed baby girl
To keep their royal hearts whlrl.
An heiress for their little throne
That they can call their very own.
Who soon will rule them as e likee
As little Princess of the Dikes,
And for her name
This very same
Is christened by her subject* true
As Juliana, Juliana. Juliana Lou.
0 Juliana Lou.
We doff our cape to you!
A princess fair
You truly air.
0 Juliana Lou!
some day you'll come Into your place
As ruler of the Holland race.
And as a queen, serenely calm.
You'll rule o'er giddy Amsterdam
And Rotterdam
And Potterdam
And all the other dams the.** 6e
Along the beauteous damacn sea.
And as you walk your regal ways
May all your sauce be Hollandase.
And may you never use a crutch
Because somebody's beat the Dutch,
But rule serene.
A happy queen
Your days all through.
O Juliana. Juliana. Juliana Lou!
O Juliana Lou.
We dof our caps to you!
A Dutch tre'.t fair
You truly air.
o J.llana Lou!
S-J. K. B. In Haroer's Weekly.


Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?


KUdey Trouble makes You IMseraLU.
Almost everyone knowsof Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be-
.i ii cause of its remark-
able health restoring
properties. Swamp-
Root fulfills almost
every wish in over-
coming rheumatism,
pain in the back, kid-
S_ .i nevs, liver, bladder
Sand every part of the
r urinary passage. It
-.corrects inability to
hold water awl scal'ling pain in passing it.
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomi.s that unpleasant
necessity of teing conimelle'l to o often
through the day.,,a I to get up many
times during thte npight.
Swaip-Root is not recontiiend~'l for
everything. but if you h ave kinluey, liver
or bladder troubl!-, it \'. be found just
the remedy you nicc.l. It has been thor-
oughly tested in private l.:actice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar-
rangement has bcen made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al-
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutif youhave kid-
ney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention
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the treatment before the disease has
developed in the person bitten.
It is also an error to suppose that
any one has to go away for this treat-
ment. It can be given here in St.
Augustine or anywhere in the state
by any physician. The state board
of health will furnish the material
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mhbater -wth the prOupct that ta
btm e will be rabid vry arty.
ras wb o swe paed a to eer
ditioa d atthes road aeM ot (fo k

rod ougha t to thrwn up t o pe
tevelsa tobe always pmosle rthougth
the low country for s.5M. If this
i so, we aer alyotO t to ha the
-oum a made for thse a comluse
am ffti poWdble to do the work
witomt the aindrMe of too high
water an the prairie.

FIles Ml for $ajIaction
Not very long other state rail-
rod onnmm l n iney d certain or-
des to the ofiias of the Florida
h CwtC railway pellin that
road to do certain thinp which the
railroad considers unjust aid unmre
aable. In order to gt at the mat
ter legally the railrbod haled a bi
at Miam2- Ing for an Injnetio and
reliefand to declare unjust and un-
remaobe these orders of the com-
miml Major Alex St Clair Abrams
acting for the corporation.
The bill for injunction and relief is
the outcome more directly of the
ordes of the commimio dated on
Mauchb th, 1908, ordering the com-
pany to place an agent at White City
and to build stations at Naranja and
Vikng. The company claims that
the businesof these points is not
samelent to warrant the employment
ofa regular aget or the constm ctm
of stations.

Dog Bis and Rabie
The following article in regard to
Srabies and the best course to pursue
when bitten by a dog that may have
rabie is taken from the St. Augus-
tine Record and may be considered
official as Dr. Irwin is agent for the
state board of health:
For the information of the general
public it may be well to make a few
statements regarding the biting of
dogs and rabies.
While a dog bite is at best far from
desirable and while it may cause suf-
fering and even serious trouble from
infections aside from and in no way
akin to rabies, there is ordinarily no
danger from rabies because there are
very few rabid dogs.
In case a person is bitten by a dog
it is wrong to kill the dog right away,
for in this way it the dog be rabid it
would probably not be known until
the person bitten would develop the
disease. The correct way is to keep
the dog under strict observation and
control for at least five days. If the
dog lives beyond this time the person
may feel safe for the dog would not
live if he had rabies. If the dog
should die in this time he may have
rabies and his head should then be
securely packed in ice and shipped to
the laboratory of the state board of
health for examination. If it is
found that the dog did have rabies


UiEUERL FUND
J. M. Osban, county commissioner. -
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rosh for 19a.
Peition a G. F. Pddison, et al,
praying for a wpeial fve fll tax for
roud perpsE ea tthe &d oon ISOh -
as drloit wreledb md checked
up md t pperid tht a m orit
aof sbM d voters tax payrin
mid district, iad signed tes ome and
te law having been complied with in
Other rempets the rume is granted
and the tax -mmoris directed to
carry out mid fve mill tax on the a
M-mmt rolls for 1909.
Petitok -t P. L. Kyer, etal, pray-
inag fr asecala five mill tax for road
purposes in the 5th amminioners
ditriet'wa received and dchedaup
and it gpperinl that a majority of
the re tered voters, tax paers in
aid district, had signed the same
abd the law having been complied
with in other rspecte the sameis
granted and the tax aem or risee
by directed to wary ouatmid five mill
tax on the as-mmet rolls for 1908.
The foloing miflage is hereby
levied on the real and personal prop-
erty in Brevard eomty, Florida, for
the -mment for the year 190;
General fund, mills road fund
mills; school fund, 7 mills; school
special for o-ttandiin iadebtedw"-
t mills; fine and forfeiture fund, I
mills; special road funds districts No.
1, 5 mills; No. 3, 5 mills; No. 4, 5
milk; No. 5,5 mills.
Taxcolletors report of poll taxes
lt month ot June,
190, for the year 1908, amounting
to $19.00, was received.
The tax collector presented his list
of errors and insolvencies for the as-
seesment for the year 1908 and the
same was examined and approved
and the tax collector is hereby given
credit for the following amounts:
County revenue, $60.50; poll taxes,
$225.
The tax collector's report of poll
taxes not vowed and collected for
the year 1908 during the month of
June 1909, amounting to $38.00, was
received and the tax collector is
charged with said amount.
Tax collector's report of licenses
collected during the month of June,
1909, amounting to $4.00 for the
state and $2.00 for the county, was
received.
The board having issued a permit
to P. A. McMillan on April 6, 1908,
to capture a manatee and on the 1st
day of June, 1908, the board passed
an order that all persons should pay
$5.00 each for permits to capture
manatees and the board being in-
formed that P. A. McMillan has with-
in the last month or two monthscap-
tured a manatee under said permit
issued him over a year ago, it is
the opinion of the board that the is-


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Peter Wright, witnem p. ct. -------
W. C. Poterno. making j. p. reports-.
C. H. Neuman, making j. p. report-. -
J. P. Brown, feed of prisen --------
The board adjourned until the
Monday in August at 2 p. m.

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it heals cut burns and salds and cae rheu-
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soreness and stiffness. 25c, SOc and 1.UO a
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

Not Partioular.
"Sir," said the young man re-
spectfully, '" am a poor man, and
you are a millionaire. It seems pre-
sumptuous in me no doubt to aspire -
to the hand of your daughter. But
my love for her is so great that I
cannot be stopped by such consider-
itions. Love scorns conventions
2nd conveniences. Ah, sir, will you
;ive her to me ?"
The old magnate seemed interest-
,d. "But which of my four daugh-
ters do you want?" he asked, not
unkindly.
Eagerly the suitor made answer,
"Oh, I'1 leave that to you, sir!"-
Pearson's.

President Helps Orphans
Hundreds of orphans have been helped by
the president uf The Industrial and Orphan's
Home. at Macon. iGo.. who writes: "We have
used Electric Bitters in this institution for'
nine years. It has proved a most excellent
medicine for stomach, liver and kidney
troubles. We regard it as one of the best
family medicines on earth." It invigorates
the vital organs. purifies the blood, aids di-
gestion. creates appetite. To strengthen and
build up thin. pale, weak children or run
down ope it has no equal. s a for female
complaints. Only 3S0 at Banner Drug Store

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Uapter 488, Laws
of Florida
Notice is hereby given that J. W. Griffis,
purchaser of tax certificate No. 44, dated the
3rd day of April. A. D., 188, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in cordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard county,
Florida, to-wit: N. ofN. W. I of 8. EJ sec


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Floridas oleasst coe*
College Academy, and Schools of Music, E pr-M
Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, _m l---
Crneie Hall and third men's dormitory nw
electric lits, steam and urnae t; large alty; pers
health conditions, fine gma ae fild
tennis courts, golf link; bab, football, mad ba+LM
teams champions of Florida in 190. Nearly a quarter a
million dollars endowment expease moderate shl
available; Christian but undenominational, t for
CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT
For Catalogue Addree- the Preldent
Wm. F. BlacKman, Ph. D, Winter Park, FIa.


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trilaini develop prompt o bedloene aid aly NrrM.
Academy U yere o.ld with ex er e N m -
dine with the principal and Iadus of a Iumm,. W
the culture o home llfe. Cultivate a educate. Mllir
buUldla f perfect anltlon, whoolimme fare. no rao .
Bet a mental, physical ad a tam M
.lawn, sthlet park. one quarter le nma e tr-,- n
acre Ideal c mate, hepul eoav ent. In theo
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suing of said permit would come un-
der the rule that th. permits would
that are charged for and it was moved
seconded and carried that the board
send Mr. McMillan a bill with re-
quest that he pay such fee.
The sheriff is instructed to have the
roof of county judge's office and flue
in clerk's office repaired.
The following vouchers were ap-
proved and warrants ordered drawn
for same on this 7th day of July,
A. D., 1909.


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NO over o fifMth has been
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Swill ay that the aeines
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sig- be isIt Ias turned out
thaisr. Thre may be more or le
tnib b thtr. s ee a m ar. Buta
M faeter rmalN that is undi
pub. Tr has har dly a week
Pmmtd as ming but what people
Sth emb beac have aem im-
asool f f dsh-mallet0 pom-
whit th, etA, pma edoe to the
dm.mlagl north. T ms amoolsof
p4 bda g Indian rive MAt ob-
straii d with leg dhalleu bars, no
Wabt turned bok and prieeeded
' haor nrth trylg to get in, but
iW totpleus to do s re lostto
r Sjt. Lade k"s 47 adWI
4wte di d the wolsed Indian
rverhnlea3l miles soutbf the % *
end of evard county d t cannot be
expected that any woout of fish will
be abe to come throughto the upper
part of Indian river ait is known
that a great deal of the Uh arivih
at the Narrows turn auoth again.
,With the old inletat ebastian open-
ed it would be entire different.
here the inlet is here .he river is
nearly four miles aea and north of
here to TituviUHe theei the best
water in the whole lenth of Indian
-river.
Brevard county does net ship any
mackeral and very few pompano and
blue fsh. With the inet opened
again at Sebastian there would be
thousands of dollars of those fish
-caught and sbipied out of Brevard
county, besides the increase of mul-
let and other species of fish we get
now, and we all know that it will be
that much more money spent in the
county, as fully 90 per cent of the
money received from the fish is spent
at home with our home merchants.
Some people have doubts about our
ability to get the inlet at Sebastian
bay to stay open. If we compare the
ether inlets already in existence in
St. Lucie and Dade counties it should
convince anyone that if we open Se-
bastian inlet we will, without a doubt,
have an inlet that will not be inferior
to any one now existing. A deep,
four-mile-wide body of water inside
this cut, that no inlet south of here
can show, and with those inlets stay-
ing open more or less withamall shal-
low bodiesof water inside in the river
we have every reason to believe that
our inlet, when opened, will aay open
with les trouble than any of them.
Respectfully,
E. SVEDELaUS,
Pres. of Association.
Valkaria Fla.


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Stemsuo Utnverulty
The big university at Deand has
enjoyed aungua property during
the pat admic year, The new
catalogue bows as enrollment In all
departments of fve hundred eighty-
o (681) different individual st.u
dents. Three hundred seventyix
of these have been doing work of
college grade. These students rep-
resent thirty-even Florida counties,
twenty-three states and three foreign
countries
The new Carnegie library, which
represents an investment, in build-
ing, endowment and books, of more
than one hundred twenty thousand
dollar, has been opened this year for
the first time to the faculty and stu-
dentst and to the general public.
A new dormitory for college and
law school men is nearing completion
and wil be ready for occupancy at
the opening of the fal term, Septem-
har 2th. This building will aecom-
modate more than a hundred young
men. It isa there story building,
and will be elegstly finished and
ftmabsid throughet.
'A new bulletin of the College of
Liberal Arts has recently been issued.
It contains much interesting infor-
mation and a number of beautiful
cuts of the university buildings and
of various smen en the campus. A
copy of this attractive booklet can be
secured by addressing Stetson uni-
versity, DeLmnd, Fla.
A omriMei Holdup
"Abo ten year o my brother was 'held
W in hi work, health ad Ihappiness by what
was beeved to be hopeless consumption,"
wins W. Lipamb. of Washinton, N. C.
"He took all kinds o remedies and treatment
from several doctor, but found no help till
be ud Dr. King New Diovery and was
wholly cred by six bottles. Hein a well nm
today. It's quickto relieve and the surest
mar fr weak or ore laung heorrhabue
Osug aand eolds. brochit grippe, asthma
aad all bronchial ffections. SOc and $.4.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Baer
Drug Store.
A Real S lar Prof Safe.
A curious modern invention is to
be seen by a favored few in the
Bank of England. It is claimed to
be an absolutely burglar proof safe,
because at night it is lowered into a
subvault of heavy masonry and con-
crete.
When the safe reaches the bottom
of the vault it is fastened down
by massive steel lugs, operated by a
triple time lock. Until these lugs
are released automatically at a fixed
rime no human agency can raise the
safe. As for breaking through the
subvault and walls of stone and
concrete ten feet thick, even with.
iynamite-well, the burglar must
shake his head sorrowfully and ad-
mit that he has met his Waterloo in
that safe.-Bostoa Poet.
Beware of OlAtmeats for Catarrh that 0am-
teJa Merrm
s memory will rely deisoryre rne*lo
smell and completely deranse th whale ya.
tern when eaterina it thrnbah te muoous
urace BaSuch articles hold nevewbe need
except on prerlpliem ftom reputale phy-
sicians, e edas they wldo ien fold
to the ood you ea po-bly derive ftrom
them. Hall's Catarrh Ctret, aasareatd by
F. J. Cheme A Co., O eamO
mercury, and is akea lnosteruar
dindtly upoe te blood sad a--Me mUrfames
of the s stm. Ia byi g HeaN Cbarrh
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A Ittl Sound Advice Will Help
any a bufferer in Tituaville
No woman can be healthy and well
if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that
pss off in the secretions when the
kidneys are well, are retained in the
body when the kidneys are sick. Kid-
Ineys and bladder become inflamed
and swollen and worse troubles quick-
ly follow. This is often the true
cause of bearing down pains, lame-
ness, backache, sideache, etc. Uric
poisoning also causes headaches, diz-
zy spells, languor, nervousness and
rheumatic ain.
I When suffering so try Doan's Kid-
ney Pills, a remedy that cures sick
kidneys. You will get better as the
kidneys get better, and health will
return when the kidneys are well.
Let a Titusville woman tell you about
Doa's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. C. W. Griggs, of Titusville,
Fla., say "For some time I suffer-
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great deal of annoyance from irreg-
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A dul, grinding pain through my
loins kept me in misery. Learning
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them and they soon gave me the de-
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have also been used in my father's
family and the best of results have
been obtained from their use."
For ale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,.
New York, sole gents for the United
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his ompean will touch at all ftrit
I vegetable gaiowig oin ts, and it
mid, will make the run between
sonville and NMiem inside of ten
ar allowing a reasonable stop at
stations for pmas g Ors and
eight Freight will be hauled on
ener train schedules, thereby
dting Florida in the northern ma-
Sas quickly as peesngers w ia be
tried.
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h the board of trade and other
tniations for the advnem e n
townships and cities witb te he end-
iew of procuring local investors
l rights of way.
ien propoiit on hat met with
wrty support throughout the Eht
st, and many of the growers
re expressed their willingness to
it rights of way and subscribe to
much of the stock as' they can
ry.
Starved to Death
hat could truthflly be aid of maiy ehil-
Swho die. They ave worma, poor little
>g-they don't know it and youdon't re-
sit. If yourchild icro, thl, pasty
wlexioned and loaie weight for o appar-
o;asn, give it White's Cream Vemifse
will be surprised at the results and how
akly it picks up. Sold by all dniggiabs.
V. H. Ingram, Jr., trust officer of
bernia Bank of New Orleans, con-
es being a defaulter for $75,000.

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wMa rPAn n PuarmL.vANIA's OGARAI
better. In his most recent race he was
well within himself at the finish,
thoughhe covered the distance In 4
minutes 17 8-6 seconds, time no runner
since Alex Grant has ever equaled.
It oi expected that. Paull will do a
little something In the way of com-
petition during the summer and early
fall.
Paull makes the third great miler
recrated from the college ranks in the
past two years. J. P. Halstead, win-
ner of the intercollegiate championship
last year, was In the same class with
Paoll and Trube. He .was America's
hope In the 1.500 meters run at the
Lofadm Olympic championships, but
went wrong.
These nglah climate, but more than
that the English water, which has
ben the cause of a great deal of trou-
ble among visiting athletes ever since
they began to visit Britain, put his In-
ner works all to the bad, and he was
really ot In condition to compete. He
was beaten In his trial heat and, of
come. did not reach the finals. Mike
Murphy always claimed that Halstead
whb right could do 4 minutes 18 sec-
o4ds any day on a good track. Like
Truth, Hastead has given up active
partlu stls In athletics.


Er"


Richard Grant White once said
that a radical reform in English
.spelling is, first, unnecessary; sec-
ond, undesirable and, third, impos-
sible, thus recalling the story of the
old Scottish preacher who upon
meeting one of his hearers after the
serves inquired how he liked the
sermon. "I dinna like it," he said,
"for three rissens-first, ye read it;
second, ye dinna read it weel, and,
third, it was na worth reading. "


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ailmd e mMer, -- at dm waul a
amert wt L. g ne. bave
vemted n mee we wiheb preoas
to rival that. of d Wo r t eroter? ,
amo a '1mA e diwseb.
Deesm eb th e aise e aurrasseat
Ol I o ... f-m -W -.X
tpW t plass t e 0 sw*DEawue laOmB -
ae isanm ai eda a mm eplane-.
At ftal to e thetl mht a se-
Mnftal ltgt as mde with Frd
nawh.. hrmer opleator nd ezert
fo Rog as-l-- ad Baldwin.
ae ml.an '~d b o
rose .as atttites between
n ad f00 ft sad remaled ta the

Bl Bdir M ow all othie. It
um wmitlwt mIf weles eor a&y
ba the r am team as eninae
a wits eomprlt eoly 0 pounds.
Is than 6oe-thtd the wei4ht of the
Wrciht bothe. aer,.plane.
The eagle Is the luveution o tew-
at, Vhso ha ben working oa it fo
twelve yar. The plane and their
arrangement are the )lnt eoneeption
ao BlowOll ad PSewart.. LUe the
WrghtS the inventors of the "butter
Salrsip are mlatealng the great-
at sewcy but several petlns bave
seen tt and waited its recent ght.
The engine Is of the Geome type
and Its ve cylinder af e oneted
with the main haft operate the pam
eller. They are so arranged and
equipped as to work t dependent of
eeh other, and at the trial the other
alsht the engine made 1,800 rvolt-
tIos. The horsepower devoped ts e-
timated at between twelve and ftSiW
The weeht Is les tha a hmasd-
I Z The cyllader are oarel'i
of an ech thick. The stroke t three
and ome-halt inche
Brownell and Stewart have arranged
to enter the trials for heavier than-air
flytng machines to be conducted under
the auspices of the United States gov-
ernment at Fort Myer in October. By
that time they expect to perfect thelr
nlveation so as to reach any desired
height and a speed of not lea than
forty-five miles an bouf.
Don't et a Diveoe
A weters Jude granted a divorce on ac-
oont of ill temper and d breath. Dr.Kirn's
New Life Pills would have prevented it. They
Cua orlco~ tion, eainl bad breath ad
liver trouble, e ill temper, dispel cold, ban.
kh bhdacbea, conqerchlls. me at Baser
Dnra Stor
Nietseohe's Swan Song.
One of the really pathetic docu-
ments of modern times is entitled
"Ecce Homo," and it is the last
work that Friedrich Nietzsche wrote
before he went tnad. The deaing
poet-philosopher, whose thought,
whether for good or for ill, has al-
ready permeated the whole intellec-
tual atmosphere of our epoch, was
never more vividly revealed than in
this remarkable book. Like all his
works, it is a rhapsody, written at
white heat, marred by extrava-
gances. But in one important re-
spect it differs from them all. It
voices a sense of peace and serenity
he never before had realized. At
the very moment when darkness
was overwhelming him he seemed to
experience a marvelous exaltation.
His song floats out over ehe world
like a hymn to infinite joy.-Cur-
rent Literature.
Three Reason.


'**i|^l_ al wh* oMr
M&mes *&Gre
do in w tv ra a Ie
j -S 'WiLB a kern .

to~a the0 b go time

-for a yth&into it, ve i

to ea Mn bS tf t e s to
and it shld hem e wal t f
etraqNe to Os. Tbr is no time
ifor l in m the dihe ty, oven if
on shold not be too w*ew to
%&&a number. Every ae should
know where the nearst In alarm
bx is and how towe it
SDo not leave the door opewhen
you rn out to give a alarm If
tha doors and widows ae closed
whn a ire starts one an always
get the fird en thee in time to put
it out while it is in only ae room.
The ir soon casmes all the aoy-
ge in a closed room and may die
out if it gts no fresh a.
After the ireman are caled work
at getting out the things you want
Smst to save. Do't throw the
elok from the window and then
anry out your clthing, as some
pease have 4one.
If awakened in the night by the
or e of ire don't dress.
Wrap yourf in a blanket or quilt
from the bed and get out the qick-
et way you can. Shut the doors
ao pas through. After calling for
elp try to ascertain the extent and
the situation of the fire. You can
tell if it is best to try to carry out
the household goods. If the fire is
an the first Boor it is very dangerous
to o above, because the heat and
choking smoke rise.
One can often get out through a
hall filled with smoke by going on
his hands ad knee whabe would
hll choking if he rem The make
is the thickest at the ceiling. Hold-
ing a wet towel or anything made of
flannel or even a coat collar over
the mouth greatly lessens the dan-
ger of injury to the lungs or death
from the carbonic acid gas in the
smoke.
If a person is in a burning build-
ing with no fire escapes and the
stair below is burning or the hall is
filled with smoke he should shut the
door and transom to keep out the
deadly gases. Then he should throw
open the window to get cool air and
to let the firemen and neighbors see
where he is, so that they may bring
a ladder to the window.
If unable to escape by his own
efforts one should wait at the win-
dow for help until he is scorched or
choking. If no one is near he should
throw his bedding, tick and all, and
jump on that. It is safer to jump
into the top of a tree than to the
ground.-New York Tribune.
Where Samuel Scored.
"Samuel," said Mrs. Wobbler, fix-
ing her hapless husband with a
menacing eye, "do I actually see
you working in the garden with
your frock coat on? What a care-
less man with your clothes you are!
Only last week you burned a large
hole in your best waistcoat through
sticking a lighted pipe in the pock-


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the kitchen fire in your new gray
trousers."
"Madamh," replied Mr. Wobbler,
viciously snipping up a shrub, "your
last asseveration is fal-e. I did
not light the kitchen tire in my new
gray trousers. I lit it in the kitch-
en grate!"-Londn Express.
Car Sicknes.
Looking cut of the windows is th,-
cause found for car sickness by an
American physician. Near objects
flit by rapidly. those a little farther
away move more slowly, those very
far off are almost stationary. and
the whole landscape appears to be
revolving around a common center.
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bit ae ps plenty ot vtr tUto what
be ames s. He sb eut whim cumm-
mutft betu bwsth wthe otaer de
ad eameat whVm dietda h ows
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O bwy b O O ear at e died aW
dite to 0 e wmen in gay that

et -so IR e edinmly dug
hs *IN do into tthe addoth
t of left hand neighbor he
ammAed er sad mid:
fTar4e U- madam. Will you
bklfy =d ouer little boy square
Maintf around? He i oiling my
skirt with his muddy dhoes.'
Th womsa ia n aushd a lit-
te and au the boy aMway.
W ky -aJ My good-
i He t I mine."
The boy suirmed u=meaily He
was sch a little fellow that he
could not begin to touch his feet to
,the Soor, so he stuck them out
straight in frot of him like pegs to
hag things on and looked at them
dpeeatiagly. -
fTm sory Ij got your dress dirty,"
he mid to the woman on his left.
"I hope it will brush off.*
The timidity in his voice took a
short cut to the woman's heart, and
dhe mailed upon him kindly.
"Oh, it doesn'tt matter," she said.
Tbm a hb eyes were till fastened
upo her she added, "Going up-.
townalo em?
*Ye, ma'am," he said. "I al-
ways goal..e. There isn't anybody
to po ith m. Father's dead and
moer' dead. I live with Aunt
Car over in Brooklyn, but she say
Auat Anna ought to help do. some-
thing for me, so once or twice a
week when she gets tired out and
WIn to go Do plac to get red
se pake n om over he" to-
S with Aunt Anna. I'm going up
there now. Sometimes I don't find
Aunt Anna at home, 'but I hope she
will be home today, because it looks
like it is going to rain, and I don't
like to hang around in the street in
the rain."
The woman felt something move
in"de her throat, and she said,
"You are a very little boy to be
knocked about in this way," rather

"Oh, I don't mind," he said. "1
never get lost. But I get lonesome
sometimes on thee long trips, and
when I see anybody that I think I'd
like to belong to I scrooge up close
to her so I oan make believe that I
really am her little boy. This morn-
ing I was playing that I belonged
to that lady on the other side of me,
and I got so interested that I forgot
all about my feet That is why I
got your dress dirty."
The woman put her arm around
the tiny chap and "scrooged" him
up so cloe that she hurt him, and
every other woman who had over-
heard his artless confdesue looked
as if she would not only let him
wipe his shoe on her beat dress, but
would feal lk. tpamkmg him if he
didn't.-Nev York SB.

In English law the term "bar-
stigniles an dime. CemmW
d the a of a a m .-
tod to his e In 8Y the
word insas the of a


bribe by a udge is raurn for his
verdict and ueed also to stmd for
the seng out of mosey fran the
country to -a- bsnd&ce from
tepope. T tam i derived from
the Itana "-etiare"-4o trak or
-apL
The DuWe's Re*md
Mark Allorton in London M. A.
P. tlls this story from the golf
links: A dufer Inquired of his wea-
ried cadie, "How may's that, San-
d7" The Aie replied: "Ye're
n' yer ninth. tappit it aft
r t em isinye med it a'the-
1ither in v wa t intae the bunker
Three. Ye didsa Set oot in four,


*Dft In the a
t ems aenmi, in the hbdh
tae who pk ak thi a faith, ds
te aD mfl iei notRa to the
ma d ad -uty of the ea th-
Thm dhat pas though the &Md
mnseand puck eM ar. It mut be
tha as thoe got forward, ad
tMsho al t top in thy path, n
halt then retrace a sinle step in
qet of thin. object. Select -
ear full ad fair, sad ecording to
ib sise and beaty shall be it value
to tied as a ..pisau
The _aidem tanked the good
il ad then set forward upon her
quet
As she advanced she saw many
an of corn, large, pe and beau-
eatiful, a ca lm it might
have told her w posse. virtues
enough, but in her eagerness to
trq the very best she left these
air an behind, hoping that she
might find one still fairer. At
length, as the day was closing, she
reached a part of the field where
the stalks wore shorter and thinner,
and the eam were very small and
shriveled.
She now regretted the grand ears
she had left beh and disdained
to pick from the poor show around
her, for here she found not an ear
which bore peet grain.
She went on, but, als, only to
And the stalks more and more fee-
blo and blighted, until in the end,
as the day was elin and the night
coming on, she found herself at the
nMd of the field without having
plucked an ear of any kind. No
need that the genii should rebuke
her for her folly. She saw it dlear-
ly when too lat o.
V A a I n fiesd.
Until the end of the reign pf
Henry VIII., according to the his-
torian, Humn, no carrots, turnips or
other edible roots were produced in
Gland. The few that wore used
wee imported, and the state papers
contain numerous referencee to the
dispatch of messengers to the con-
tinent for rare vegetables and sal-
ads to grace the table at important
royal banquets. Cucumbers also
wee unknown until the sixteenth
century, and celery owes its intro-
duction in Rngland to the Prench
marshal, Taillard, who wa impris-
oned in Rglond after his defeat by
Marlborough. Broccoli and cauli-
flowers came from Cypru in the
eventeenth century, and the pota-
to, taken to England by Sir Wal-
ter Raleigh about 1584, was not-in
general use until 1663, when the
Eoyal society directed attention to
it and recommended its cultivation.

The Planme f Detiny.
During the course of conversation
between two ladies in a hotel par-
lor one said to the other, "Are you
married ?"
"No, I am not," replied the oth-
er. "Are you ?"
"No," was the reply. "I, too, am
on the angle list," adding: "Strange
that two such estimable women uas


ourselves should have been over-
looked in the great matrimonial
market! Now, that lady," pointing
to another who was psesing, "has
been widowed four times, two of
her husbands having been cremated.
That woman," she continued, "is
plain and uninteresting, and yet she
has them to burn."-Ladies' Home
Journal.
Why She Didnt Appeal.
The woman with the prematurely
gray hair was telling hem about her
eme in court.
"I didn't win," she said, "and I
won't appeal. I don't care. I'll let
it go."-
"Why?" asked her listeners.
"Why, because if it never comes
up again I won't have to tell my
age. Don't you know, the judge


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SU" 44 m -...Dyon ... .. 140)m 4 1am opad on ralu..s ..-and 7 .
41 im 1i 0 ..v ..N. 2 1409S$ 4 e Jackon.ville and Miami
1040 41 m..v......Coo= ..v.. 4U,- le41 a
10 47pm 4 I ......okl4me.....vS Pll Buffet Saeeper ba
11 So pm _67 )m.v..-Rau GIflle....,v OR10 1 12 a Pulman .urtei Sleeper, be
13 pm Wm -.v...Melbourne.. ... v,1202 m 10am tsWO New York and KOlibt
I 36m 7 05 ) .v ..Ft. Pierc ..... v 102 a 11 30 pm Key over A. C. L. Line north f
S4 am n 1? 1m .v.W. PalmBeach .-.v 04 am 640 pm Jseksovlll es handled on trails
S 0 am 11 80 m Ar ......Mal ... LvS 6 30 an 00pm Sanda.
7 00 am ......... L.... Miami........Ar.......... 5 10 p m
8 30 am ...........Lv... Homteead...Lv I ...........4 10pm
1044am ..... ....Lv ... LongKe.. .Lv.......... 4. am
11 0 am ...... At..rKnigbts Key..Lv'I.......... 100 am
* 0 pmI.......... Ar.... iyoW0 t. W.vY..... f7 m
SI0 ..am.......... Ar .... Havana....Lv .......... 00 pm
%*undays. Tuedays and Thursdays, rivals at Key West.
tTueudays, Thursdays and Saturdays. departures from Key West.
tMondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. arrivals and departures at Havana.


PALATKA BRANCHI
Leave Kas1 EAST PALATKA TOj ArriveI Leave PALATKA TO) A-[ .4riri'eX&%t
PltaPALATKAPalatka Palatka lALAIKA OIsLak
b 15 am I.........No. 100 Daily ...... 35 am 5 40am....o 101 0iailoi.
6 IS M......... No. 102FD......6 30 am &800am .....No. 103 [Daily ........is10 all
9 Aom ...... No. 104 FD......9 50 S 11 215 w..... No. 106 Dally .... I1145 ario
12 #APm I......No. 106 Daily......1L2 26pm 2166Pm .........*4o0. 107 Daily 3 15 pil
4 10pinm........ No. 108Dally......4.Q ~PM 4 W) Pm..........N.I Daily 4 5.5PM
51ISPM .........No. 110 Daily..5.ab 1PM 5 56 pm ....... %o. II I A 5l SI-M
63Vspm I........0...o.112 Dally ........ 655 pui 700pm ........ N.11:1 Dally 7l2Vpin
SAN MATEO BRANCH
Leave Ea%4 EAST PALATKA TO Arrh~e. fiLeave $4an R4AN NATKO To EA.,T Ai rive &at
Palatka SAN MAIEO Mateo 11Mateo PALATKA I alat~a
8 3Dam ......... No.(I WDally ........18 50 am 900 am....No. 104 [Ja~ll.. 9 2uam
3 29pm ........No. 107 Daily........ a40 pm 2346Pm ..... %0.l'ZbDail'!..... .. 4 US pi
No. !M No. 5; No.56 No. 5i No.51 MTOR & NCE 5 No0. 52 N o. !54 No. )6N .i \%h5
Dally Plally Dally Daily Daily NAFR BAC ai.y boally Daily D0VI~lvlk1iV
7 10 Fs5 o& Pbi200 ovlo00 ma .545 ANI9.... JaehIINVU.....Ar 6*40 W 64-1) 0OW1t00 3.
7 O PW5 4 P1112 40 PIS lu40 A 1 25 &A. race bub.5......L9.5 6 M8 ( A1 N u2 1) up 8 P.11
7 4, % 2pll2 47 SWL1O46 W 6 2 I %.. Atlc3a&c 5 L,53 Ad7 6&Al2 13 Pu 14 00 14 4 I
slope6WPPw30001111100W 45# ...... Na tn ......Lv. 5S40 us7 V,#ml2 00 M 00ami '-kQ
ir0f BasoCiyIkeft .*d %0.46 iU I,
~.).O3Oa5 %o'~l Mst~ad~ j 5.5I~9 j'@.s~ ealJa d sracb
3 V.in i V ;I lam L9- ,w ajisaaAr. I&5pms I7 465Pm 16 39am LV..Tttuaville... .r i uQ
4 ISPID 'It -W &MLw....Leo VUgo.....Ly. 1 01 PmP: 6 tb towto9X &awAr-ganford Lv lu ou air
j1% ipn11 %)am Lv.-"m..4w* Cky.... L,. 12 50 pm b 130 pm Sm1Suja-&g
4i -Dpm 1206 n 4f to"a iCity Jo..LY. 12 46 2m0Ipm
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v**i 11t0 VW w= ae do ea hawL. LARGESTr AND OLDEST BAM 0O THE IFR
ILe W, a dad.. Thmaa coaswtiormIoaledlcie Iashc ht d a d I oE aW I
S-weathe. .y be y. Co ric
ryouer physicist about this.I i wMM co y eM
SWA eft mis noW" as sal D ias 1ame m l& fd t etiJee1wlw A40
a... ..,matn it oTITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
yere i ,yers .
t~1 hit'- eIpn i, T-ere-,-v *
s- O L Geny 3 6 lliSr L. , : : .. -. .
SI odi lr wowith her with e ..
mote,~~, h beMtt BA GALI recoc. l-, ... ,, a sA r
T.p : -healthy condition.
i LT.hart, of Rockledge w e .o.e... J-as. Pritchard & Son s
*. TheeH. Suim MS &'- bItown a few days ago- *--Atm dy a h
14 *,e ,SA -.,,,.,day.hisbio nd,,bomedayalshall Jas.Pritcharde&L S on
ink*NOW* r i ~ "' m s ii. more'. -Safeinthearsof~ J Handle the Finest Lines of
MOD t ,.t F. B Ham and j.,her.sou,,; let all who knew her
S.hee .. .aiaedo. a i thfriendstry to meet her on that happy golden Heavy and Shelf Hardware
be dMsd M are readyfothe Mr. G. C. Beek returned home on h ore. -
Mr.. W, et,, XM.atmi.- u mO Annie Booth here to spend We wsh to thank all who were o ur Stock o
doabum fro thiBs deriKt inched the0nm1r with her p t. kindto us during the last illneand G and Sporting Good
imme aa a omat av. a. P. whita ofm., low of owr loved one. Everyone did
hose as tWrq after apbt Rw R. F. Wt of Gunsfand SportingmGoods
vW to X.weTo*.anwdNw .0.,Aed pi*atlpat oSt.PtauM.E. d imthei r eh IS complete at all times
Mr. i ML. ArtwU Luw and em dor-ntday morning. JOHN HOUt, and Family. g
" A w so i at The Ladies Aid society wa enter- PaintS and Oils of quality
M Gaa., comiag w- & em talked on edo nresday afternoon at DEATR OF H. U. HODGSON Pin il u ly
S nQN.C, tjonanthenofilyo f thehomeotMr. C. C. Houston. After an illne of only ten dayone of our Specialties
Col. P. Travia, Prof. ]E. May and wife have EL U. Hodon died on Saturday m
Mrs H.. Wiliam1 buggy horn been sending a few days in Mal evening at 7 o'clock. It was a dread- Quotations for large or small orders will
hea be dk with the staggers for bar, the ge aof Mi. Arnold. fuhoekto M Hodgson, whowas be givenpersonalattntion. Mail Orders
,ml Dr -u _d. ha.. i- mspnding some time in LUma, Ohio, b viav lfln. a il.




I PNy'sN Ber a O w- spet in Tylorville with her bus tom which they were conclud-& BRO.
al. A very a sumwas realed. Mr. A. A. Keith and son left Tues- and relatives attended the last sadn m l fl d
rs. Muoand eand fam day of last week for Trilby, their old rites over a man who was loved byl F
i tent e day week at he home where they will reside perma- all who knew him. We handle produce at .na kinde. We e agnts for Map" Fotism We deal minxtavy
Veomut li The had 0.1.. Kay'Ws antl. Ii the above linaesof nun aMeltthe t.dh of th -eM Wiehe t yra p.m-
thaimee sabdatiag and dre out M.i Morrison, of Fort Pieree, is Vaittaian.a Qmia ad .QoCima. rmyr e aa. 3. L ADY a .. TawvLLa.
thlh Im WoorV @t sstifng Mm. the office force of the East so m o r s W D. H. PELL Dr. J. C. PILL ne Pmst
hom -by riverdrv. Mr. Ha naties Cast Luekr eesl Jamb' silver Regulatorointan
home br river drive. Mir. Hindle* Coat Lumber & Supply Co. for a few ideal tetoment for conSution. It &ct" in A
little pony carried the boys. They weel=.ae sa"eatr (.t os by vioAlent BANNER D R UG
Sgegi n) gd etly laeB the bowels, thus
eiept a plemant day. Capt. Frank Houston, of Mara- fri the e taii of evi w which .tre- kxx Tr, M1
Sietin theorae glrwers thon, arrived home to be at the bed- oMla wvh fte. remedy a. w l Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumer, Stationo r
ton satdy wasi well attended. Mr. o s ideo of ohmohrtd uri ing heru.rmedisn w ui.d-,.i Prumery, Sttuonery
M.tSeabrk Sams we chosen as i hsi mother during her last s ing and m ng healthY natural Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemical
chairman and Mr. J. E. Better sec- cen a box. Ave boxes ~1.. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
retary. The foeowing delegate will Rev. Thiot returned Tuesday of haven't in stock
attend the meeting at Tmpa, July stweek from Eustis where he and
m s M. Ssl.. wife spent a week. Mrs. Thiot then CASTO R IA Joh L. Van D Veer W. H.
RocheM.S. Whaey, LP. Allen, wentonto spendafew weeks with lur Ilats a i-. TITUqSVI o l ICE CO
W .LFRoeheJ.H.SamsandJ.E. hr parents in Georgia. TiO i~l Y, NlO0 Aymt ld 1
Better. Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
lr. J P Cooer training th DEATH OF MRS. JOHN HOUSTON r the Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points os the Florida East Coast
Mrs J. P. Cooper is training the On Wednesday morning at 9:45 ^.^^ (^ ^^/(A^ R IVE
cide for a tetainnt-od. o Ho nan f INDIAN RIVERCOMPANY
mr. There wibe twoplays- Houston had been ill for over six HENRY RIVERS Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries
ue-with elections between. Asour ing these ast few months of her life. Tonsorial Parlors at Competitive Prices--
children are unusually talented in Her sweet Christian character was Corner Julia d Pal Streets one block st GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE, ETC.
this line and Mrs. Cooper always known and influenced by all. from Railway Staon AiLLEN HURST, FL A. (HAULOlII CAUL
makes a sees, we have pleasant an- She was confined to her bed for TITUsVILLE, FLORIDA
ticipations for an evening's entertain- over a month surrounded by her lov-
mnt. It will be sometime during ed ones and friends and everyone Fashionable Hair Cutting and .
the latter part of the month, did all they could to make her last General Barbering PORT AND
Get0 DeWitt' (CarboliedWitch Huasel Salve days a period of ease. one visit and you become a Staunch P'atron the de-k


whue yask for iL Them are a great many She was prepared to go and badeoncement means h it contain
imittkM but there isajut one original. This on a bag of cement means that coa e oy hydauc
salveisood for anything where, a l vi all those around her good bye. She oat cement in the wod made by EXACT *aa-c i
needed be ed, but it e y g7 d fo* was glad to go and will-be at the gate
to welcome them to that city beyond G. F. DUREN, AGENT D
Hanh physi teact, weaken the bowels, when their life's work on earth has
upuuate easily. tone the stomach. cure consti- nFShe loved everybody and all d EI IS O
cause chronic costiation, l)ueis Rclets ended. She loved everybody and all \0
patio. se-. Ask your druggist for them. who came in contact with her life are mFloriaand
GBORGIANAbetter for having known such aWesternPortland ement
EIORGIANA Christian as she. Weten emn
Mr. Jones, of Horti, was shopping Her spirit has taken its flight and eas
at Mr. Provost's Monday. loved ones are left to mourn her S Raw mater's itt dJ automatically for c.anting properties eer
Miss Mary Allen and sister, Esther, presence in the home, but we know minute as they come from c -.l-' u--M pixtu ropertxed o l
visited the dentist at Cocoa Thursday. that she is safe with Jesus. of 1 l Kinds.I tests to make every pound a!. 3 tc s3"ae strength burned in k
Mrs. Luna Hainlain, of Miami, is Miss Susan Stewart was born at n at u.,n temnpetat so never ovcr be
here visiting her parents, Mr. and Jasper, Fla., Oct. 8th, 1841. She was i-rUnvtLLE, FLORIDA underburned-then pow cd
Mrs. 0. N. Page. married to Capt. John Houston at Unformly FIe aU Flor
Mr. Peace and son Ernest, Esther e Fla., Sept. 5th 1860. To 0. A. STEW ART Mot economical bcae t binds m
AllenandF.W. Munson werepa them eight children were born, three " Aand tlm aAv ,r n the mrket.. Al k
eners to Cocoa on Saturday'sboat. of whom died in infancy. She had *-* ..I...t. dealer why c, '. . t to us r.r tree b
S n four sisters and three brothers, all Fir
Miu Bell Peace and her sister and one brother and one POTLANOM
husband Mr. and Mrs.McCaskill, sister. Saving except one brother and Eaone
spent several days at Oceanus last ren and two great grandchildren. A Is Ol d LEa...t Co sUp
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