Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 08 6, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00713
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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,'.. s.wgl. a l, tukg tf& withhMlWIsmeordeu
SVs. r et and to prohibit the e of bwal
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mt p*a ad afeh waters of thec nat of
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S. Mbg dtusted within twenty miles
gi..Ih F west t n Atlant coast, and north
B ^u5 we" acthen watersof& ei erM bay, i randto
Sas .tio oF. "ON% Ia"J 1 A th penalty for the violation there
Mis *a C l tOd, ad to povidefor the seureand
ha n bSl bbie mn da tdrAletion of all aul slns and
e athr L. iep, mtn L toW
w ' eB Mt& Lb A-ni eed fivBeundreddiolat oofthrb t
w~ L r. L W. mea wlto Al. -T WUAcOWD w THB w lULA*OUI
EF~0 sf str 0 rATE or FLOrDA
*m*wd w st Lo noN r. Itn sll beunlawful for
*i. r@m i s~H lmas pesoma, nrm or cororration, to
I- sMiv w a hss Se taker ate any with haul seines
SsamewIm l e, or*dra m bnsin ayor all the alt



e t ewad at th Atlanti oot, and north
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S. cole at we m of te waters deibed in section one
s. M.f l taaWi e. f this act. r
St Sruo 8. Any pt peryoso, ar orai to
of aeofqfrgIa"Wsasta ;0 h=W with Om W.t put, flot'drworm maintain
W wif aos r o bas bmJo A for d a ny al seines or drg netsr in myan
coW9 af n W 9 vtsit with bb =bwt, of the waters described in section one
SMmwI. M. oL Wse d. of this atu
k SOMON Sc.oN8.Anypersn,finnrorow-
r. R al portion violating any of the provi
Mis las Conking will give a ions of sections one and two of this
ong rental in the Titusville Opera act shall be punished by a ine of not
SHouse this Friday evening, Aug. 6th, lea than fifty dollars and not to ex-
ed b Miss Anita Canova, a ceed five hundred dollars, or by im-
gifteO pla and accompanist primnent in the county jail for not
SMiss Conklian's wonderful soprano les than one month, and not to ex-
voice i not known in Titville, ceed six months, or by both such fine
e having song here*succeully and imprisonment.
last ommer, sad at recent recitals SCrTON 4. Any haul seine or drag
along the st Coast she has been net, set, put, floated, had, found or
awarded the highest praise words maintained in or upon any of the
could bstow. waters described in section one of
Do not failto attend or you will this act ishereby declared to be and
mims a rae treat. Adminion for is a public nuisance, and may be abat-
adults 0 cents; children under 12, ed and summarily destroyed by any
S 25 cents. person, and it is hereby made the
SNew Coast Route for Auto duty of each and every sheriff and
game warden of Brevard, St. Lucie,
Mr. L C. Oliver, of Jacksonville, Palm Beach and Dade counties to
left that city yesterday morning in a sei and remove and forthwith de-
Ford model T. 20 h. p. touring car stroy the same; and no action for
Sto make the trip in a day if possible damages shall lie or be maintained
by the coat route to Savannah: At against any person or for or on ac-
S11:30 he wired hehadreached Bruns- count of any such seizure and de-
wick ae tbpeyted to reach Savannah struction.
by 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, SECTION 5. This act shall go into
which will break all records between effect.immediately upon its passage
these two cities for automobiles. It and approval by the governor.
required several days each way last Approved May 17th, 1909.
week for F. C. Miller to make the Notice
run over another route in a Premier I have t ed f th
30 h.p. cOr. TBelight machine winseei Apy o
30 h. p.car. The light machine winsabove law from the secretary of
every time. This is the same model state and herewith publish the same
Ford that recently won the race
Ford that recently won the race for the information of those inter-
cross the continent from New York for of tho
to Seattle. ested.
Now that I have the law, and you
Try a jrpe float at our fountain. have due notice thereof, I respect-
You will liDke t. fully warn all persons that I shall
BANNER DRUG strictly enforce the same in all its
^ Launch Kathleen for Sale provisions from the date of this pub-
Length 26 ft. by 7ft. beam with 10 location, August 6th, 1909.
& ft. cabin, equipped with a 4 h. p. J. P BRWN. Sheriff.
IWthrop motor in first clam order,. ROWN, ri.
S. speed over measured course 7{ miles For Rent
per hour, outfit is twoyears old. Ad- Furnished rooms with privilege of
ires P. O. Box 68, AInhurst, Fla. light houxtekeeping. Apply to Mrs.


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Mr. J. A. eid, a Los Angeles,
o, state orgmaaer for the Rforida
.t ~@an m- a-mddraemu a bodyr
aot about thrby.fve af the orange
Lrw- o tMis wcta th tpe or
T toit y hoFrninag.
Mr. BJid gave a detaed state
mentatthe workty- of the oeanoge
ad his addre wa well received.
The addre w productive of
goed relt a the following caU for
a meeting to orgaise asub exchme
will show.

Orange Growers Atamo..
There will b a meeting of the
growmea of Mlia, LaGrange and
ntitville Tuesday evening, Aiust
17th, t 7:30, for the purpo r- or-
ganiang a Sub Exchange of the Flor-
ida Citrus Growers AensWoNtion, and
the election of officers. Several prom-
inent men will, it is expected, be
present. Membership, $1.0. All
growers are cordially and earestly
requested to be present in person.
At Mims school house.
P. W. ROBERTS, Ch'm.
Mirm, Fla., Aug. 4, 1909.


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Dir. K.3 lhkwoed mminbo
TMshyon s bb way from Sanmmh a

Mr. G~ F. laddisem. at lBa Gai-
n, was in town the early part of th

Miss Ruth Boy arrid home Frh
Jacksosvil1e Suday to qsped about
thres weeks with hr fathrad sisters.
The stork visited the om aof Mr. md
Mis. J. W. Rowi last week and eft
a 12-pound boy. Mother and eId are
beth. doer w Th yomg~ a ema
is named Cart Jero s.
The Boulta, with Mr. amdJm G. M.
Robbins, ad a party of omg folks on.
beard, coainsi of Dr. duiMs. Utley,
the Misses Rabofttom, Risba obbn.
mad Ryal Wagnwr spesat part of S-
day at the e--asm beah at Iruoke
Sheriff Dam Hadle, o.Dade county,
paussd thrams hre Tmsday with a'
negro mumrrr who r S. f*W' esepe
from Dadb smnty oen-a yar ago. The
man was eaptred by e authorities in
Le comem al he was termed ovr
to Sheriff Hia at Port Myer:.
Mr. H. L Pritchtb .of Jac'so&.-iiis,
was bere Monday to.ba preheat 1 be
sale of som of the dst o tSe '.itus-
ville Lumls Co,, wiceh were dis.,ed
for toxesarTax CoUscorP. H. Wright.
Some oL: th office furiturt, a safe
and a at eat wrr sold to Mr. A. O.
Prink, tf Eua GallM. Mr; Prit-batt
stats that bp hp to oresqorniz.i the
Titusvipuaber C o. and havw tt- j ig
mill rum mg agaia.shoctly, in.which he
ha the, barty wishes of a T'rs vilUe
for Imssme in thc movement.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SEO3S0
Bureaus, drea rs, dreasng star,.
Wash-standa,.rsfrigeator, sprnlgs
Mattresses, keha me. ice c n-I.
fmesers (W*ite Mountain), cha rs
Tables, wardrobes. ino beds, r .s
Mattings, aft quare, carpets.
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dian river at tne Narrows, described
Remember The Alpine for lodging as follows: Lot No. 3, section 35,
and quick lunch when in Titusville. also lot No. 3. section 36, in township
31 south, range 39east. This land is
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't unimproved but finely located. For
Men's neglige shirts, made of an further particulars address.
excellent quality of percale, the fa- E. M. Low.
mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents Brockton, Mass.
and $1.00, Monday only 50 cents each. n .... r- f -


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"Ls Wilanss has s his smtor at,
a vwbiw kw w od putao

Mr. GeOeI.A W.sbb whswfee
bis mt ew at bm md it psses a a
Jam era at the a bo in b ag

lAMs WesI hI amed 1i1101tsr beat,
C tk toMir. A. W. L bwhoMoft
it for a rq about. Wbes&EinSird
are abot to m-mple a aew spsedboat
about twnty te Ioet
Msm.J. C. Deal, J. Magrder
ad Codman Wiflmte, Oak HI,
wre dowm ast week to har the ad-
dr&ss at Mr. J. A. Reid, stBaeK o asslrX
for the Florida Cltrm uehmag.
Swral at our meeants went to
New York this week to make dseledo
d fall goods. Dr. J. C. Spell tMo-
day and Mr. J. KiwmeW eday. T,
doctor will be away aout two wes
wbils Mr. line wll spend several

Mr. C. Fogle Ranl., om PFlt rald,
Ga., reetly of Ocade, has aeepted a
polstion i Tan STa o M and expeet
to make Titsvile his home. Ms.
Hanlon, who has reidsd with her par-
ntmear Oca, Ga., s oupleof moaths,
will arrive her the ltter part of nxt

van~ list W. W. MeCoNd, two si
teo a Willer wbsd a Homiso
camp mesost ri Winn, -
mlw mortho a WkLjtp u**
with Rev. F. P. M U as secretary,
commening August 19th and eoatinu-
ing ten days. The object of the meet-
ing is the converio of sinners, rela-
matis of back-liders and the sanctif-
cation of believers.

Church Notes
Rev. J. H. Harris will fill the pulpit
in the Method-t church, Titusville, next
Sunday both morning ad evening.
Rev. W. H. Cresson will have morn-
ing prayer and address at St. Luke's
church, Courtenay, on Sunday next at 10
o'clock.
Dean Robottom will officiate at St.
Gabriel's church, Titusville, Sunday
morning at 11 a. m., and at St. Mark's
church, Cocoa, at 7:30 p. n. Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.

Titusville, 2; Oak Hill, 0
The baseball game at Oak Hill yes-
terday afternoon between the Titus-
ville and Oak Hill nines resulted in a
score of 20to 0 in favor of Titus-
ville.
It is said that Oak Hill was as
strong as when they tied the game
here, but Titusville found their
pitchers and batted well and played
a fine game of ball all around.
Williams pitched only four innings
for Oak Hill, during which time
Titusville scored ten runs, Wagner
then was placed in the box and the
other ten runs were made off his
pitching. The nearest the Oak Hills
came to scoring a run was having a
man on third with two men out;
Titusville batted several two baggers.
We suppose the locals are now
ready for the Chickashas.


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The New Laws. Mgbt Ball Game for Tiuaville
The county commissioners having Mr. Charles B. K~ngman, manager
designated THE STAR to publish the ef the Titusville Baseball club, is in.
laws of a general nature as passed by ,receipt of a proposition to play the
the recent legislature, thessme will famous Chickasha Indian Baseball
appear in our next edition, Aug. 13th, club at this place exact date not as
which will be about 20 pages in all, yet decided upon, but the offer has
and will be sent to every registered been accepted by Manager Kingman
voter in the county whose name may on the Part of the Titusville club.
not already be on our. mailing list. The Chickasba Indian club is now
Here is a chance for advertisers to touring through the southern states
reach the county fieldmost effectual- and the conditions are that we play
ly. The usual advertising rate pre- them two games, one in the after-
vails. Get your copy in early to se- noon and the other at night. The
cure attention as we will be rushed Chickasha club carries a 60,000 can-
with work. die power light plant to illuminate
thAe grounds for the game to be suc-
A new steamboat line from Savan- ccssfully played at night.
nah to Sanford, via Brunswick, Fer- mify plye t night
nah to Sanford, via Brunswick, Fer- This will be a great attraction and
nandina, Jacksonville and Palatka, is advertisement for Tituville, as a
the latest rumor and from present ball game at night is one of the lat-
indications it appears that the line est innovation; in the northern states
will be established within a very where it attracts thousands of peo-
short while pie, and this event will undoubtably
For Sale Cheap bring hundreds of people here.
SThe (hickashas are crack players,
One good mare, one light spring but th t
wagon, one buggy in good running but the locals expvu't o be able to
order, all for $75.00 cash. hold them down so as to make an in-
J. D. E.NNI. teresting game.


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About 88 acres of good high land
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Further particulars will be publish-
i, in THE STAR later ,on when the
exact date is settled on.
5 or 6 doses "666" wi'l cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25e.
Hunting Big Game in the Wilds of
Africa, the thrilling adventure of the
Roosevelt expedition, for sale at the
Novelty Store, one door west of
Duren's market.
I. M. DODSON, Agent.


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desre ato be eed a 106dr cc
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d mbrspresettt a ver pstong ale.
meat in theto rd ubP party and em-
bcore of the ba nie st and most
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whe hatl roy to foDo twowatrd reav

haves rallid the s e is ent tegislatve
doin. cat Wlarsngtonas a new phrnas
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the Republicans, also sometimes called
"Insurgents." and there are the Dem-


ocrats who have been charged by
some of their party with being protect.
tionists The terms 'progreslves"
and "Insurgents" have generally been
applied In the controversy over the
tariff bill to the "downward revision-
ists," although latterly some of the
high tariff men In the house of repre-
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seemed to be borne in the most In Ch~ia, accordinD to a native products attractive. .\ ra"'laV tt
pleasant manner gently downward -\ 1. l_- --. legend, !io,: before the C;i:u-a-ian- tin, a factory, an t ldvert -'TPIit
and had complete consciousness were born there we e w .ove sii-tcers the dining tabll, are in,:i.- t: -
during the entire fall. Free from who liv1d on the bank- of tlec Yel- useful for beinl aet! t.
all pain or fear, I contemplated my low riec. In ordr thut they mi_.gt more plea.-u le. -rn. !
position and the future of my fami- attain the grtatet.-t gl',r in the the indii-trial art- the.r. ..
Iv, which I knew was assured by the word to' co:i:e thlev mo',el! tl it they ates a life ilfiti tn. '* t!'! ,. -
insurance I carried. And this con- would never rin.irry. ut the p:ir- Printing Art.
temptation was accoinmplished with enti, ha1%in:! v.-r di!.rvrt i&lc&.~,,
a rapidity which I had never be- betr,,t;'el the el,'-t t., L highly de- The old time eicurean w
fore known. Of the losing of my sirable young te an of tlui:r a,.- thu-Tiastic ovcr lower. :tt ta .- ."
breath, of whi.h people talk, there quaintan'ce. OZcJiect is one of the mioderit vgtarltau ucr .t,
was no suggestion, and only the the greatest virtues of the Chinese, it mie it ltl ,.l .f ture ltA. *
heavy fall on to the snow covered so the girl was comiiellld to gve them all tit cuimluon na::- -
ground caused me to lose suddenly her consent. She told her .ister- its." Vi'l.-s and c.'\ !t-. .
and painlessly all consciousness. that they would never see her agaill .custrds. -ltr tou*. ti -. r :
The bruising of my head and limbs and promptly jumped into the Yel- trxom tbudls : nud ;:tr.,. '..t
on the rocks as I fell caused me no low river. After a short cn-u!ta- used for puikl.n .o" i>,. I
pain. In fact, I did not feel it. I tion they concluded to follow Iclr. oring sidruiall ma'w,,n-,,*r rt '-
h *fr t ewitW"ere U-tt T'I k :i at'li 4 ,. I.:,
cannot conceive of an easier, pleas- That night for the firnt time sel" fr.. tu 'h b a i.. i A
anter death. The reawakening, bright new stars were seen it the turi
however, brought with it entirely m ,,,, t I aA-Tro-PAcIFi- sky, and that is why only the China-
different and far lecs agreeable sen- -MxPosnaos. men really know how the Pleiades we. P eople
tions beautiful iue rve. T att x first came to be added d r atthhtnt rt, ,,cr L tial. ht. l4 .i :i
sations." beautiful lue grouve. Ibe Seattle ex first cvane to be added to the nuin- much I.H-ll'rr atsl Irougvtr t.rlli the tiv. I-!-


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*Lf e-mam e ou ftme t o.is wa db-t, from his seat. ee Jn y ladI
h- M" e g.... As as e~ me i mi 3.e h a, t hb m a'hd wirei, thi heat he cried. "It sa dml beo J
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. the h.el m i VtOOO amn ao it -eliae d, Id peat'~ nptro am that e. sot
tw newly od t pertm u ad the ~- hin tJ Nb be an2ri at the intrmio but it
* Va sr et. Ao-utl- t. o t h er had played him t the aetraee i diicult to be angry on, a m-
acceptabe to the prtme. L Td a two rw ds, oe lading into mer's night at iamAdc. The
nrw hah i. a s rb rt bre Ia pes esa l, sumy lad, on ed with ad of it was that he found hoerm
fat osere i m ans r b wa a fwtis harvet and emU Sdiau at the piano i a uatiaa l song
prS of e a t ith oft, swwt gs, wil the to a dlihted audin of three
It w ta e ctrrsamwu nc taet -e other conducted the wanderer into unknown studontL
Whim 9s1 b Uu 1k thme ne PE1 a deep, dark cave, whce there "I I had a voe like theniht
- . ..... was no issue, where po owed of Sweden," id the stndat
instead of water and where s Frits, "I wouI ng the M9a
pets hissed and crawled. of Bluhebr's hussam"
He looked toward the sky and 'Sing it to me," answered Jenny
cried out in his anih: "0 ind. "I know that all Geman
youth, tWtultt 0 my ather, la students can din
me mea more at the rossway of Frits was nothing loath. All the
life, that I may choon the better fervor of his petritim rang out n
read Butd y the days oftirrimg refrain in which the
had p ed away, and his r p u warrior poe, aErnt Morit Aadt,
were with the departed. w had given vTee to the spirit ao the
wandering hts Gfoat over dark were of libertion.
marshes then disappear. "A song that carries e away
e M "Sch," he said, were the days of with it1 mas may liad. I esold
e a d ladi. BR e has beea all my wanted life" He saw a star lik to try it.
Sthe ut empiate t China, ha oot from heaven and vaah in The the yt oiaM Mapm
Sm a se at mer a ue darkas athwart the chutchyard. ated himself at the maSoo to mb
me _. It s r' r0 'RBehol an mblm of myself" he the graet iager of her tm tthe
l S e ya m a. a o c aied. Aad the shap arrow e t the m D of which he w
Si-ae T. an r er ads ben of uanrailiag rnme struck him l troops to vitry at
Stae Orae eaopany, a oaerm ema to the hrt Wieaei and Wort. S was
suie& M0o mn aM saedins as Then he remembered hi early ot nle ia l g it. "lke the
m to ab a prt oc t e worM. He eompanao who had entered life nwl oetan m and the dalh
aneIn 1 11 M OOneta W.L with him, but who, having trd the bells," amy e chrade, "the
6mith Pat me.m N. -.
Ss? idebs t omf s paths of virtue sand industry, were M et V ra out over the
hmIs amed oa & em a te p now happy sad honored n this Whiperg river. W heor mew
eatl m tC tM e oas ato Chita i .NOw Yea ni njgt. o eck in te e wre t lakg Ue Jenny
son"- lt4@e 0 e CO eas a e,.high chmh tower L ao t ind aad ked a heri t to tell br
B .+ese a- e t sRM4SV tabaes selnd, ft a n a-me.r beeeaD f M At thA m=ment the
aw Tt K a *s Ha a p nr t the y to* of S oe INTO0e o1 his VU thrOwn opem aWd a tall,
e-.ed by amrp rl- Boot aad Ko= pfrmtU iot h ai, Wpyw t wey vhI e hbind se ated the
la apeak af trie attr tae newly had oferd lu in hishe. No- o m.
Poat d antl r to ci e ed whelmed with shame and grief, he "Erns Moritz Arndt," whispered
took pa s to a% t plain that he dared no longer look toward that the student in respectful welcome.
&e al eof the Uatd states to share It heaven where they dwelt His Yes, Ernst Moritz Arndt," he
Sthe ls was not df to hope of In- darkened e.e. Jroppe4 tears, and, answered, "and if you, fair singer
eal "Our banker," he sasd, "are with one despairing effort, lie ~ .e.1 ask that man's name I will answer
-m amL ptil tic t the matter. Tey have no aloud: "Come back, my eary days I for him. He is called his royal
a empge is aa vney anet one. and expetation of any unusual profit b Come back!" highness Prince Frederick William
the shah is supposed t be a peonoae yad a pos-ble 4 per coat But they And his youth did return, for all of Pruasia. London Saturda'
Sm t powrw a d ty. but with r e what ths matter mesas to our thi had bn but a dam, visiting
the beads wbleb modern Mess have pretge h the st and to our tre his slumben but a dream, visiting e
made a nee Stsnt eoa cem a1 at. comment opportunities While no his slumbers on New Year's night..
tautis In this part of the world and eah cooseratlons will be m-ntioned He was still young; his errors only coe ftior
the m.tmloa t ho te territory of the in distribution the loan, the allotment were no dream. He thanked God Every article of commerce for
m e o mLm an' Bssian "sph-a es we deire wol increase tie opportu- fervently that time was still his man's use should show the kadi-
of ai-emer" the potetey that oee. altes of Amerlenm manufacturers to own, that he had not yet entered work of the artist. The mission of
petaibed to tim shah's station has to share a the contracts for balMlin and the deep, dark cavern, but he was art in the industries is to make the
a eeolderable extent dleappeared. equlpplng the new railroad and aid the free to tread the road leading to artisan artistic. Modern life is ac
tIl, the bog shah has, no mall amot rbchants of thlt country to their com- the peaceful laud where sunny bar- tuallv losing something of its bare
e( rIulmiUty rsta" .pon his petition for Chinese trade" ts are. of spect through bth int
A SCENIC TRIUMPH. Ye who still linger on the thresh- rior decorations of the things of
His Peelings Whit Fallinge old of life, doubting which path to use about the house and exterior
The SwiM Alpine climber, 8i- eame of the eautes of t he Aaska- choose, remember that when eears beautification of the natural sur-
rist, who once fell from the top of Yukon-PeaHi Ixposltlen shall be passed and your feet hall rounding. Woodwork, ironwork.
e Karphtock, in Switzerland, de- One of the most pleing seaes pe- stumble on the dark mountain. you bronze work, weaving, basket.
seribed his sensations while falling seated at the Al 4Ia-yukoe,-Pi)Ce ex- will cry bitterly, but cry in vain: pottery., printing, stamping, draw-
as follows: position at 8eatte Wash., s that voth return! Oh, give me ing. landscape gardening, architec-
The plunge, which was taken which Include a view of thie Mmei y outandscpe, gardi archtec-
e pe w, which t formal prdet n back my early days!"---Jean Paul ture and public parks and the man
hacwrd, was in nowise accompa- front of it and t he Court of Honor. Ricter. other ways of beautif)ing thte ob-
nied by the anxiety such as one has The temple itself is of pure colonial jects of utility to man are ,rn !lai
when one dreams of falling. I type. It la located in the midst of a Chinese Legend of the Pkiadoe. ly making industrial life a 1 it-









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WANM 0W W -Iam ema a WaT
a M'II As M00 WAt
part: "Theee mslabes atrd the great-
eat possible inoentlve to the men of
t country to perfect themselves in
the use of the weapons which would
be plce@ In their hands r war.
Without tt Inceative thus aforded it
Is doubtful f the widespread Inteet
It target practice which has been
growing up In the United States tor
tho last Gve years could ever bave
been created. * It is felt that
no no other way can the safety of the
co try be better conserved than by
the lastaction of our men In rifle
practiee. Skch a course seem to
promise the most reasonable asur-
saces of power to the nation to pre-
erve peace to ourselves and other
countries."
Secretary Dickinson Is greatly later-
tsd in rile practice, a s hs young
o.a, and both will he visitors at Oamp
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Min R O osm AT M I at m M O--

the Potomac tro Washngton. which
will tbeo utl d by that branch of the
service A number of eitea In Virginia
within eay reach of Washington have
been onpeted by army boards with
a view of acquiring sufcient land for
anevertng and artillery re as well
a rile practice In addition to a fxed
rfl range the army is desrous of ob-
taintag su let land to permit of rife
practlee under service condition
ventuauly a tract of some 12,000 to
1,000 acres may be purchased, n
ths case It Is not likely that the gov-
ernment would car to buy Camp Per
ry range.
The picture In the heading of the
article shows officers' row at Camp
Perry and In the background the mess
ball, as yet Incomplete Another view
ohows Naval academy cadets In prac-
tice. They are lying on the gras and
hooting at targets at a distance of
00 yard. Still another view shows a
team of United States infantry prac-
ticing at shooting at targets 800 yards
distant.

Both father and mother strug-
gled valiantly to teach little Effie
to repeat the letter "A." The child
emphatically refused to pronounce
the first letter of the alphabet, and
after many vain efforts the father
retired from the fight discouraged.
The mother took the little girl on
her lap and pleaded with her affec-
tionately.
"Dearie, why won't you learn to
may 'A?'" she asked.
"Because, mamma," explained
Efie, "des as oon as I say A' you
an' papa will want me to say 'B. "


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"Ok, weo," rosa e Mr. a s "to
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ply weaig 2 presiieft.*
N. e of that Und tate marine


Henrd Lets of YTlE Taftk
The atbeage gives tp f m as W de.-
bate by Onl m own Ts ene er o n mot
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hI own lIfe, bat w asocend Into a
aet ta t her Mrtae to have s en ed
h to everyth a through a xety in
both wse th an wothkr se he must
hat theam W etwe Point a 00 and a -
to have aoter at the ana of hbeg
do numbwe it w Aeds tem mmhes
wer He mest t wth on om Injy t


THE SUTTON INQUIRY.
aintans ta Sutt et wa through an a
to Leser Pasts of Heo Ses% Dea.


wdent. Hias motbeer bel e ght to
dog to malstireatment br hi fellow
th death of her son Uieteant James
N. Stton of the United States marine
corp, If be cams to his end by ot ter
hands than his own. The loving moth-
r irml y believes that be did not take
bl own lifte, but was forced into a
Srrel ad lost hia s inte thrals outhe
Vleoce to othes. A though the
death at thisbe son were not enough af-
ttion for her, Mrs. SBtton has re-
cently had to go through anxiety in
ernetiom with another son who is
at the West Point academy and is said
Ato b he suffer at athe hands of hs-
er. He et. with some tnanry, but
aN. tals that it w deathrough an utto
client His mother believes It was
due to maltreatment by his follow stu
dents and that We silence in the mat-
ter Is ceased by his determination to
stlck by the traditions of the academy
in such affirs and not tell tales out of

After the asfair at Annapols In Octo-
ber, 1907. In whichb Ieutenant James
N. Sutton met Mm death Mrs. Button


MIL JAMMB UO AN AID -B POII-
LAND OJ3L
determined not to rest with the verdict
of the board of Inquiry which original-


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a ame- Umpl- ib I lh here-d.
ea tuak has bee In prgre for v-
ral yers uder trok npervina of
that eLnsMeerlg goan Chares-
Jacobs and much has been written
about the eaterpWtim a so egaclrl
project. The opemlng of the tunel
from Hoboken to hrtoopaher tret
and ti uptown portion of New York
was celebrated with much clat over
a year ago. The recent complettoo f
the downtown tunnels from Jerme.y
City q the great terminal nation at
Cburch. hulton. Dey and Oortlandt
streets Mantattan borough affo d
the oecasio foar a eertie of tunction
to which ofictals and digltarles or
the several states and munlcipalitie
concerned particpated. It war a day
to triumph for Willam 0. McAdoo.
the presiding geolus of the eaterprsIe.
and his able engneerinC associate. Mr
Jacobs. and emphasled the Impor-
tance of the Inauguration of the 1It
provements achieved at the cost of so
much efort and moaey.
*"Thrw minutes to New Jersey" be
cam a reality wheo the lower ta

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WomMna mULn Mx. SJAOOMe PIAmo
AT TP rUO TUmL OPIN0 OcSiUMONIti
MAP OFP Tin TRANaVUas TUNNeL. ANND
autAqUqOUrs TUBUs.
nelo of the Hudson and Manhattan
Railroad company, from Jersey City
to the great Terminal building at
Church and Cortlandt streets. Manbat
tan, were put In operation. Trains
now run from the terminal In this pari
of New York under the Hudson to
Jersey City In three minutes. With
the completion of the transvere sys-
tem during August to the Erie and
Iackawanna stations on the New Jer-
sey side and to the Hoboken terminal
the underriver system of the Hudson
and Manhattan Railroad company will
be perfected so that passengers com-
ing into New York by the Lacknwan-
na, Erie, Pennsylvania and Lehlgh
railroads and the Central Railroad of
New Jersey may go directly from
trains of these roads into those of the
tunnel company and be taken under

Disagreeable at Home
Lots of men and women who are agreeable
with others. get ''cranky" at home. Its not
deposition, its the liver. If you find in your-
self that you feel cres around the housr. lit-
tie things worry you. just buy a bottle of Bal-
laIr's Herbine and put your liver in shape.
You and everybody around you will Ierl bet- .
ter for it. Price 50 cents per bottle sold h.y
all druggists.


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smeugo dee sucturee, wIth Ma so
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at 1MA or MS epqle and M
qulpmnt for odce ad club Vpeseg
a as unprcdntd scakle Dnth
it terminal stac itmed h a awon-
bsfuol S IEW wh Its metwurk al
traI- san Mt pret comocse. ocupy-
tog two eres; Its shpo eand bootk.
wor ommy obtanls anything from
a hair ct and a clan shav to a bee-
steak or an automob~l.


ON THE FARM.


NOW NAURIB PROVIDES POR US.

The mot Indepeakt an ea e art is
the farr, for he make the earth yield
be ahmot everything needed for life
He news that as bhe ews us wUl he
reap He usually keeps strong and
healthy fro eenstant strie with Nature
-I uahinoe sad Ir pre air. At night
when work Is dne, he finds most reftah-
ton sleep, uch a only a ted ma
knows I the same way that the earth
yields food for man. so doa It provide
remedies for humm Il. Tbhsads of
hou saehold tharoghlot the farmig die
tiets of the United State knw the
value of Dr. Ptere's Golden Medical Die
svery It is Natre's most valuable and
health-tving aeent-made without th
un of alcohol. It contains native medi-
eial root, and is the concentration of
Nature's vitality as fund in the oAmi-
san forest. This remedy ha a history
which speaks well for It because It wa
given to the public by Dr. L V. Ptlees
founder of the Invalid' Hotel and Surg-
leal Insttate, at Bfalo. N. Y., nearly
ferty years ag4n and has sine bee sold
by dr&uits Ino ver Increatsi qua-
b~ ~Peree found that the bark of
the Black Cherry-tree, the root of the
Mandrake, Stone root. Queen's root,
Bloodroot and Golden Seal root, made
Into a scientific. non-alcoholle detract by
th use of glycerine made the best alters-
tie and tonic. The refreahing inuence
of this extract is at once apparent In the
recovered strength of the patient-the
vital fAre of the body burn brighter and
their increased activity consume the
tissue rubbish which otherwise may
poison the system. This alterative and
tonic extract ha been found to stand
alone a a safe, invigorating tonic, as it
does not depend on alcohol for a false
stimulation, but is Nature's mea method
of strengthening and cleansing the sys-
tem. It tones up the stomach and purlifs
the blood in Nature's own way. It is well
known all over the world as Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. The name
was given to this vegetable compound
because one of the important ingi*dlents
was Golden Seal root. * Such an
authority as Dr. Roberts Bartholow. of
Jefferson Medical Collepe, says of Golden
Seal root, "very useful as a stomachic
tonic. Cures catarrh of the stomach and
headaches accompanin the sanm." Dr.
Grover Coe. In his b Organcl Medi.
cines, speaking of Golden Seal root, savy
that "as a liver invigorator it has fe r
equals." Further he says, "in chronic in-
flammation of the bladder we d.eem it onr
of the most reliable agents of cure. As a
tonic in the convalescing stages of fever,.
neumonia, dysentery and other acut#*
diseases Hydra-tis ((;olden Seal root i,
peculiarly appropriate."
Dr. Coe continils: "We wonul hohr-
add that our (exerlen,,r h.t- ,-,n;..mi-
started the Hlydra.tis or ;c'dprin ".;.I rw,
to be a valuable rem.d\ in hr ,n *hit,
laryngitis, and other affetia.i ,f th..
respiratory organs."
Pof. Hobart A. Hare. M. D.. 'niver-ttv
of Pennsylvania. says of Golden Seal
"Of service in chronic catarrh of th.
stomach and bowel] following a rU (of
alcohol, a tonic after malaria : 'vcer.
Has a distinct, anti-malarial influence.
Good in all catarrhal condition's a-
uterine catarrh, lenuorrh.a, etc. d a
curative agent In chronic dv'p.wp,ia.
Prof. John M. Scudder in Spec:- Med-
ication says of Golden Seal: "It itirnm-
late the digestive roces.-s.-. and i nre.a .
the assimilation of finl. Ity the. nr i-.an
the blhdl is enriched, and this blopl fNld.
the muscular system. I mention th,
muscular system because I b ..rve it
tirst feels ULe increased power ,rinrart,-.l
by the stimula t'oh of iiricrea-,d r utr
tion. l'he fomti-'flieuit itipr,,v. ,,;t i.
the nervous and glandular ystean1 ar'T
natural re ults.
"Ionton to its general f.-t- Irn
the system., fhtrr i no i,,'#fjic~, ,t ,e.
eibrnut wuhirh there' is such jy o,' ~ ,i -
imity of o/-pini, n. It is ,ani,' r ', r.e-
garded a the tonic useful In ~i1 de-
illtlated stat.s."'
Dr. Pierce'% Favorite Prescription spe-
cially put up for woman's ills for those
distressing-dragging down aimrrents-
peculiar to women--is also a temperance
remedy that ih b.*st known hy it- cure,.
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county, ad we have .nolifmitation in
ay ing that t n-ruddat ihauter
and the eient lBw boaw hadt
better be ne lookmand r iet vi
nation the law at o,. Sbuert i
kow i Svc a t prtlc-oan .ei ToM
Am yiths W that the enfo thI e
the w qie a lawila allilapro-
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It does be ark er mei toatm oAn
4 daipuw. thsurdat btOtme rules
:imd ith ot f n d14im Cte r
ie the eu Hars rloa reate the
"trt Itaei b tob 6eAhippl drdhect to
Mt markt ae s f net l citbe aent
ator received n the central point.
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t -ew s to be to matter


Ike nowS-a from Gergia
AM tibt he ,osf Maere of that
ate& has mad it compulsory for
gideltoo lmn hing a hd aougm e.






ange hwin the *aoisr but we rfeel
at m tlori- wl hee noCasion tor
lqiue aon that elstie; for the
rita tM1 over t lhinepartient tof
homrecwnomics in the Florida:State
College.for Wormeat Tallahbseue,
iadiesta a rapid sad steady growth.
So mauazgirls desire as learn cooking
and eowig that ief abeconae neces-
eare to put in ae additional teacher.

tor of domitic science nxt year, and
Miss Halie. Lewis of domestic art.

County 'Wtessurer's Sltemesat


Balance cash on hand July
1st, 1909..
Amount received ri July 1909
rotal
Less warrants paiJ in July,
19.'9, and warraam deliver-
ed to county colpmission-
ers and board of yiblic in-
straL tion
Balance cash on hand Aug. 1.
1909 -
This amount is held ar fol-
lows:
Deposited in Brevard Co.
State bank, as per cush-
iers' certificate attacked
to monthly report Iess
checks not in ..
The balances belonging to
are as follows:
County revenue---General
County road and bridge fund
Building fund ..
Fine and forfeiture fund
Special road fund Dis. No. I

44 44 64 >< 44 4
44 *. .. 44 '' 5
County convict special road
fu nd ---.. -.. ...-
Gamne warden fund
-- A -- -- A . I . .


8,S82.19
9.2.14
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1,879.66
1,274.86
15.59
647.36
18.40
159.42
22.92
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G. Pilh --.---- A. lot Wager's b Div. loe 4.
snd unek a
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PL. O.IhL. M aof
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A. 0. EIOW Bletand.all 1&8, block I&-----
A. Jln -------l,--- IA1, blok ..---..--...
A. .Melase M block .-------------- ----
IC. I rL.ou-------Ia ad blk ----------------


Wm W 1 4........... 4 I k AL Fi her's rddi io


dtoT h Teillvie.
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J. W. Iowls------lP i. lot FI LIher'as dditum to Ti-
U .... -..-Lt *S block 1,UE .ser'sadditUo to Ti-.







issess ....... ...i t, -- Joyir-ilkl additem a Thee-
ville .................
W. MiBlr.o-......-------..-J Jo ervll el addition toTiad
dithc to TUtille-.
Uwkow -..........N i lot a1 SbD. lo 117, JoyneT lle adi-
dti ..to Titaile.
Ua wu ....--------- 1-lo 1b v.and l to W i Joynevd iJea
Vile additiua tI Tluavlle
A. Nledob.. ..... Lo S, Joylnerlle additon to TLtw-

ville.............. ................
N a C. ZNihelrw.......-------, ill Joaynerile t ddito
Stio to Tituville--------------------
I. rMeonmey .tal--Lot 3. Joymerrile addition to TitLm-
Uillenkno---------w --- -------------
Be. McBunme---------Lot c1, Joyner4ille addition o Tit -




N. E. --........--------.----------
Ed. McDonald-------- Lot o Sub Dil. loti Joynerl le addi.
tioa toTtE. t o -------------------
dtle Hau ----Lot 1 Iab Div. lob s to 42, Joymerville
addition to Ttsville----------------
And. Oid@o---------o.Lot 4, Joymervile addition to Tito*.-
ville-------.------------------------
NineC. Firher,Ex .-----Lot 4, 50, 51, Joynerrville addition
to Titwville- ------- ----------
Sam Gibsoa------.--Lot 50, Berdell's addition to Titusviille-
J. F. Brown -------- Lot 54, Rerdell's addition to Titusville.
uOnknowm---- ------BlockK34Sand 36 (ex. S. 100 feet of
block 36. and B. B. right-of-way) plat
book I. Igo. S6. E. i of N. I.------
iieuj. Higg -- -----A II block 44, plat book I. page 505, K 1
ofN.E. I ---------------------
k. K. Huogg ------------Lota I to 12 incl., block 90 plat book 1,
pageW 05, E. I of N. E..-----------


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vaore% oleest Coes-
College Academy, and Schootl of Muso, Expreskio
Fine Arts. Domestic andIndutrial Arts, Business
Carnegie Hall and third mme's dormitory now completed;
electric liht, steam and furnace hat; large Mtalty; perfect
health .conditions; fine gmnaum, athletic i s btin
tennis courts, golf ins; baseball, football, ad I
teams champions of Florida in 1900. Nearly a quarter of a
million dollars endowment expenses moderate; shlaarhips
available; Christian but undeomnatirmal, stands for
CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT
For Catalogue Addres the President
SWm. F. BlacKman, Ph. D, Winter Park, Fla.




John B. Stetson Vniversity
UINCONM HM M P. r. LU D, LL. P D Mi
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SIND TrWI TO TITSON:
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M11 StIitSeS Year Cae < of DImlms

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M I eb yewfor adbcdA School -A Music
Uinpesed Geni Equinmst School of Fle Arts
5mu. Mo.sda a Sm -n iwwa o mld.w m 0a a
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University or Florida Florida State Codege
Gainesville, Florida Taaawe'O n lO
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Ai ultition aothe FlI i i RIA lpponrt-
ed by State and FEDERAL FUNDB for Flor-
ida Young Men.
Thorough Courues:Leadlng to De-
grees of B. A., B. S.., M. A., M. 8c..
and L. L. B.
In Arts and Scitnces; Agriculture; Chemical.
Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineer-
ing; Law; Normal School; Graduate School.
Expenses Exceedingly Low. For Catalogue
Write to

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A College of Liberal Arts
11. A Shool of Indumtrial Arts
III. A School of Fine Arts
IV. A School of Expreion
V. A School for Teachir.
No Tuition. Other expen very low I'..
further iulormatiou adMr

Bdlwrd Conrdi, I. A., Ph. D.,
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J. N. WALLER, Marhal and Tax Collector.


FBond to Give

$10000 Cash-$5a00 in Stock
4 The Miami Cycle & Ms. Co., wrmh 1t0%
uamsdly, is the offer made by the largest mama-
factwrers of high grad wheels in the wor, that



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I. jledrs vutigatlan tih board ds that mid
B; &X -. ...m.ls, reesa is, and it was
*. Ia ordered that said amesmet remain
,+rP, slt i.
Slif dam t I. u ow- .l Appllation ot Mr. S. F. Gree-
Sll ^giagfW d: James way for reduction tof tax asneisment
n t, & N. Ana Anidrew was refund
k DJ N, 4 W. Hardee Jo F. Reqet of/Fred C. Irwin for re
e0, In Be Bradfrd. Mary ductian on ohispersonalproperty was
. B. iNt, W.S. Nowood.analng rdef d.
GQriM, J. FraMk GePedy, Julia A. Request of Henry D. Long for re-
S Cdmmn JdMa R I ids, Samuel J. duction of ma sim mt was refused.
id* Request of A. O. Dayton for re-
Notry pubile bad of R N. An- duction of tax asmenent was refus-
dwa wm approved ed.
It ordered by th board Oat the Report of J. M. Osban of moneys
derk edter 1.0W Irr ad 1,000 received from hireofcounty mules
m l tmped enveope for the bowing that he had coveted and
brd f emty .m." mer. -mpaid into the county treasury for use
eeort ftR J. D nam, inperin- of road fund $100.00 and special
tadat da eoety b mho received road fund district No. 1, 7.15.
daowing l be bad M rolfm Cte lrks report of tax redemptions
eMnl bOr Mprodue amountingto and puremaes during the month of
$10. July, i90 was received.
It weia ed, .men d ad ear- It was moved, eoded and carried
tied tlt theeerfl eelo three that the board purchase a typewriter
dprtJ rn m wa udIm that be for the county judge's office.
ft matoV wiaMwtte Te matter at advrtig bds for
~ ;.- -.rv-- +-- pub.-e dwark was taken up and
pt of Hey Ctrlle, perin- the board nds that it will be impose
tdnest e road district No. 5, was dble for the board to advertise for
reudi these bids for road work on account
'Treimr's report was received of the county having no surveyor.
and cheeked up and Mes. Heaton Section 3 of the special road law
and Miot were pointed a commit- requires that all contracts for road
tee to destroy the paid warrants work be drawn up by the county sur-
turned over by 'the treasurer with veyor.
hisreport. The reported that they Request of J. C. Ferris for reduc-
had performed their duty, and were tion of tax assessment was refused.
discharged. The treasurer had at- It was moved, seconded and car-
tahed to his report a certificate ried that the tax collector be allow-
showing tht the amounts called for ed to purchase 2,000 printed postal
wa on depot hn the Brevard Coun- cards to send out tax notices on.
ty State Bank to his credit as county In was moved, seconded and car-
trasurer. ried that the publication of the last
It was moved, seconded and car- acts of the legislature be given to
tried that the citizens of Grant and to The Florida Star.
vicinity be granted the right to build On motion the following vouchers
a dockoout to the channel of the In- were approved and warrants ordered
dian River from the public road run- to be drawn for the same on this,
ning to the river at Grant, Fla., the 3rd day of August, A. D., 1909:
amme being between L. Jorgensen's oXranL FUND
and R. T. Smith's stores. Said dock J. M. Osbau, county commisiouer ..-$ 00
to be built and maintained by said J A. ot king. d 0
eitiaens at their own expense. w.A. Heatou. 2 )
It was moved, seconded and car- F. Hatch, comn. as c. trea.urer .17 47
ried that the clerk of the board take A. A. Stewart. min. for pub.-.........-----.
up the matter of having the county Titusville Electric Light Co.. lights... -ti ~
J. P. Brown. janitor...--..-.--...---- 500
map for clerk's office and tax asses- J.P. Brown, care of courthouse ground :4 00
sor's office made and ascertain what J. P. Brown, waiting on boardM..-..-... o
the probable cost of the work will A. A. Stwart. accountant.....--------.. -
be. W. H. Hall, coum.as tax asiewsor ..-.. 13 23
Tax collector's report of poll taxes W. H. Hall. ctnl to notify a&tmwments 1I t,
W. 8. Norwood. registration udtieer. rt. 1i7 or
collected during the month of JulyH. & W. B. Drew Co.. warrant r,. k, ; i
1909, for the year 1908, was receiv- J. .. sander.s, blank --.. --......-- 3 13
51 *j l Aft i -__ . .. . 11 .. .. __ .-... ;.1_ -- : . .. "_ 1 "-*-


and cnecke up with the tax collec- Augunsi .elson, repairinr couuntyjullll
tor's stubs and found correct. office --------- -----------.
x cs r t of Giles & Johnson, repairing county
Tax collector's report of licenses judge oMce ----u---- ....... .
collected during the month of July, H. Utley, med. atten. on prisoner
1909, amounting Ito $10.00 for the Julius Kline, mdse. for jail..-....---
state andl$5.00 for the county, was E E. Bady A Co., mdse. for jail .
received. W. 8. Branning. mdse. for jail--------
R. J. Dunnam, supt. county home-....
Complaintof Mrs. Sarah McF. Por- G. F. Duren. meat for cuuuty home.
ter on land near Coquina was receiv- c. La Sup. Co., crates for co. home
ed, and after investi-ation the board J. D. Ennis, shoeing horse co. home .
found that the assessment was rea- Js Pritchard A Son, mdse. co. home.
sonable and just, and it was ordered Julius Kline, md r co. home-----...--
W. E. Goldsmith, groceries co. home--
that said assement remain as fixed j. p. Brown, waitingon circuit coart-.
by the asesor. A. A. Swart, making acc't for board
Complaint of J. J. Neeeon relative otjury circuit court-..........--..-
to tax usemem ent was received and A. Awart, entering conviction--
st reduction denied. A. A. Steart. checking ad adding
request for orticates of tax sale--------------
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Tme e a es elause the ki-
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Te board d rne nt their work
Monday in September at 2 p. M.

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The back aches because the kid-
neys are locked.
Help th kidaeys with their work.
The back will ache no more.
Lots ofproof that Dan's Kidney
Plls do this.
It's the heltproof for it come
from Titusville.
John M. Merorey, Main St., Titus.
vile, Fla.,says: "My back was very
lame and when I stooped or lifted I
found it very difficult to regain an
erect position. I could not rest well
at night and felt miserable. My
kidneys did not act in their normal
manner and ave me much ano
ance. Falljy Doan's Kidney
cme to my attention and I began us-
ing them according to directions.
They proved to be just what I requir-
ed, soon removing the bacache and
the lambene and soreness disappe
ed. The pamgesof the id ere-
tion were also regulated d I fel
better in every way. I heartily re-
cmntwmnd Doan'sKi Pills to any
person in need of a ibl kidney
remedy."
For sale by all daler. Price 0
cents. Foster-ilburn Co Buffalo
New York, sole agents for t United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-
and take no other.
Too Truol Too Truol
The baby was being questioned
playfully as to his senses.
"What are these for?" touching
his eyes.
"To see with," he answered.
"And this?" touching his nose.
"To melll wir."
"And your mouth?"
"Oh, to eat."
"What are your ears for?"
This was a puzzler, but after a
moment he said with firm convic-
tion, "To wash."-Delineator.
Pe,'e Answer.
Tommy-Pop, a man is a bachelor
until he gets married, isn't he?
Tommy's Pop-Yes, my son.
Tomm--And what does he call
himself afterward ?
Tommy's Pop-I'd hate to tell
'you, my son.-Philadelphia Record.
Deaitoe Cannot B. Cured
By 'ocal :.pplirtioi. as they cannot reach the
d;st.u~ed prlt iou of the t':tr. here is only one
way to cure dleal'ies, and that is by constitu
tiouwd remedies. Deaflt ss is caused by an in-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
e.itac.hian tube. When tlistub gets inflamed
you h;tv* a ruulntliiig.-ouint or imperfect hear-
inug. anal when it iJ r.itirely closed deafueas is
tile nri.lt. :all l ultai.t the inflannmation can be
t .ken tit :andli tahi.s In,. restored to its normal
comliti,u. hearing will I-w destroyed forever;
nine cases ont of ten are ,caused by catarrh.
which i> nothialg but :tla ilnalrtled condition of
th' :Iulconl o nP :rc ',.


WVr wll i:iv\e li(). IiuiuntIrd IDllars for any
cate of ,leafues ('ausetd by vaHtarrh) that can-
not be cured ly Hall's (atarrh Cure. Send for
circulars, free.
F. J. 'CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
,2r Sold by druggists, 5c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section s of Chapter 488, LAws
of Florida
Notice is hereby given that J. M. Ennis,
purchaser of tax certificate No. 57. dated the
5th day of April. A. P., 1S92. has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made applica.
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. aid certificate embraces th- following
described property situated in Brevard county.
Florida, .to-wit: N. W. t of S. W. J sec-
tion 14 township 21 range 34 E. The said
land being asseed at the date of the issuance
of such certificate in the name of Unknown
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user of fertilizer considers the effect on his pocket-
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Ideal Fertilizer produces the right effect, for it work.
with nature. The preference of each class of vegeta-
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as well as the proper proportions to give perfect bal-
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creation in their absence prepare
their own meals and do other do-
mestic duties. Locally husbands
thus employed have received the
name grasshoppers as the masculine
for the more familiar word -gra-s
widow, long since applied to the de-
serted wife.-Boston Herald.
Limitations of Money.
Money can't buy everything.
There are no admission tickets to a
sunset; you wouldn't trade the look
in your boy's eyes when he greets
vou at night for a million dollars of
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wbr that were allowed to at this
v Itat would ceae to lay OW
SLeanti on the other hand, were
Regarded as the ideal food fo chil-
dre, "enihtag their minds
opening their hearts ad maig
theft. of a cheerMful ipotian. To
'Rippore dish of boile ab-
bag, with ait, wa a ure cre for
v iole t attes of colic, while Em-
sbtrratu regarded the cabbage as a
sovereign rmedy in case of p-

Te onion and the leek we not
only considered a cre for disease,
but Apiciim alerted that he who
wished to preserve his health should
eat oBng onions, with hones every
morningbefe breakfast .Alexa-
dr the Great fed them to his troop
became he believed that they had
the power to incite martial ardor.
aric was also given to thee who
were about to fiht, that their cour-
age migkt be edited, and Galen
held that the min "that eats bacon
eor two or three day before he is
to bex or wrtle shall be much
stronger than if he should i t the
best roast bee or bag adding."
Ia Greee and Ronm the master
of the evaiary art was always a
privileged person. He alone was
titledd to arry a knife at his gir-
die. He as immortalized by the
uoted writes of the age as the "pre-
server of mankin," and when by
chance one of his inventions at-
tracted more than usual commenda-
tion fortunes were showered upon

Lavish as were the fees that were
paid to cooks in those das, the big-
get tip recorded in history was that
of Antony, who bestowed an entire
city upo the cook who prepared a
mrpat that pleased the palate of
lepatra.- exchange.
HangIn of a PeoM
May 5 is celebrated as the anni-
versary of the last' occasion on
which an English peer was executed
for murder. The peer was Lau-
rnce Shirley, fourth earl of Fer-
ren, who shot his steward and was
tried for the offense by his peers in
Westminster hall, April16, 1760,
and universally condemned, in spite
of the plea of occasional insanity.
On the eventful morning he set
forth on his journey from the Tower
to Tyburn dressed in his best suit
of light clothes, embroidered in sil-
ver and driven in his own landau.
drawn by six horses. It is said that
he was-the first to suffer by the new
drop. just then introduced in place
of the barbarous cart ladder and
three cornered gibbet and as a con-
cession to his rank he was hanged
with a silken cord.-London Chron-
icle.
Australian Grasshoppers.
Here is something funny. In
Western Australia, where domestiir~
servants are almost unprocurableh
and houiewives do nearly all their
own work. husbands are known as.
grasshoppers. The connection is
not obvious, but may be explained
after the manner of other house-
holds much nearer than those ;!
the antipodes. Wives who are t'hip;
own servants are compelled to re-
cuperate at the seaside. and cone


years thereafter, in which I waz able
to follow his course, lie held th-
same place at the same 'alarv."

Gladstone and a Hat.
The most famous hat incident i;!
the house of commons took plac.-
when Mr. Gladstone was premier for
the third time and had to intervene ,
on a point of order after a division
had been called. The rules require
that in such circumstances the mem-
ber addressing the chair must do so
with his hat on. and Mr. Gladstone
could not find his hat. In despair
he grabbed that of a colleague,
which was at least four sizes too
small for him, and the spectacle of
the minute headgear rocking about
on Mr. Gladstone's massive head was
one that those who saw it will never
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th Atlantle Motb-
dk asjIn a mm who we"t
as to ome way
it m as inasl of saldry. He

ot better ive h situation and
uSt to hcto adn somethingg bet-
, "I urged him at at e agai ist
such a court' ays the writer.
"ad told him to look for om/etfe g
better while bbewas hoidrig his
present ituatlon. I sidto him:
I*m .D the impohant thiing tr
you n this matter is to 'Zertain
whether you a paid aJ that ye
are worth an, that sted, whether
you can make yourmlf werth any
more Bt Ait of all le a see if
you an make yrlf worth ny
me=r, whether you are paid it or
not If you can, yo had better
stick and look for our raise at the
firt fair opportnty.' He agreed,
and I went ahead with my plan
!Wirrt I told him for thirty days
to put his mind on one thing-to
devise some method whereby his
house cold sell at least $100 worth
more of gods. It mut be a prac-
ticable plan and should be present-
ed as any interested employee would
present such a matter to his sn-
peror.
"Thirty days JMed, sand Mills
came in again. With all his think-
ing he had found no method by
which the busine- of the firm could
be *.tended even $100 a year.
"I then pat him to work on his
second month's labor--to discover
nay method by which the firm
could transact its present volume of
business with greater economy, so
that by improved methods there
should be effected a saving of at
least $50 a year.
"At the end of the time he came
back to me with his report. He
had been able to discover no new
method whereby the firm could
economics. He had, however, dis-
covered one thing-namely, that he
would not need to go ahead for
another thirty days with our experi-
ment. for he had about made up his
mind that he would continue where
he war.
"lly boy,' I said to hiih, 'just
realize for a moment where you
stand. You are not able, though
you have worked three years in this
hou.e. to increase the volume of the
business $100 a year, nor can you
point out a way to save that amount.
My warning is, lie low! Attract as
little attention to yourself as you
can. Don't let the proprietors or
the manager remember that you
have been three years in their em-
ploy if you can help it.
"'You are an absolutely unpro-
ductive man. I don't mean that
you are a bit inferior to thousands
of other young men who are in the
stores and wholesale houses of this
city, but you, like them, are simply
sitting upon the head of one of the
bright men in the counting room.
He has to solve all these problems.
You and fifty others in your estab-
lishment are just sitting on the top
of his head. like so many d weights. If the business prosper.
you expect a raise of salary when
it is his headwork that has gain&c<,
every inch of pro,.reC. He has t.,
carry you all.'
"The young man went olf, sadder
and wiser than he came. For tive


he says, can long for death while en-
,aged in chewing something p;ilati-
ble. The man who talks s suicide
should be given a heefsteak instead
of advice.-Atchison Globe.


Butter Centuries Old.
IGhee is used in India as is butter
in America and European countries
and. in fact. is butter so prepared
that it never grows stale, instances
being known of its preservation for
as long as '300 years.
In preparing ghee, butter is boil-
ed until all the watery particles and
curds have been thrown off by re-
peated skimmings. When the liquor
is clear oil it is poured into a vessel
to cool. When cooled it is in gran-
ulated form and will keep for years
without becoming rancid or of bad
odor. Ghee has been found in de-
serted ca-tle. where it must have
been left more than two centuries
ago.-P l''idar Me)l'ianic

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To""u


1A "bm i

I t o b st ai sto

teto my rst pokdL In itapas 4
wate the ammm all Pesor
oald reoasl having mnot, -
each name was placed so rm
glshing word r p obar hiope
stion- thus: %dnd -
Tones, Silas PJ
dealA rh aim dba oal
A' J. ,a teller Plut
i 1.U teak i mdriWtt. ehme,
i i ;m paKrd mstet
A ino agent at Idnpot
ilmholy iadded naese that had
[i adopfrd a er referethe newly
t for oexample
Cod dealer, bf a hair, Silas .
Joes; teller First National bank,
John taan; ticket agent, Hiram
Rendrinkm
By thus associating the face, name
and dir. u..Mihing words I hoped
that I cold, by a hurried and per-
haps secret reference to my book,
secure any desired name.
Every night when I came home
from my daily parade of the streets
in search of a job I went over the
names in the book. In two or three
weeks, as I added names that had
slipped from me and those newly
acquired, I found no less than 200
on the list I now adopted the
practice of calling every one by
name, even if I merely passed the
time of day or waved my hand in
greeting. Before this, even with
my best friends, it had always been,
"BelloI" or "Say!"
A new world began to dawn when
I put myself to the task. I found
that by conce.utl.teofk my mind on
a man's name when f met him and
associting it with his face and busi-
ness there was no trouble whaver.
It gave me great joy to find one
night that I could remember every
person I had met during the day.
I also found that I had complete
control of all the names in my book.
Soon that little book became super-
fluous. I could easily impress a new
name and face upon my memory.
Little tricks were resorted to, such
as associating Mr. Long's height
with his name, atd a common name
such as Smith, Clark or Brown was
instantly made mine by clasing it
'with the constantly increasing list
of Smiths, Clarks or Browns, thus
remembering a great many people
in groups of dozens or more. I
would visualize all these groups.
Whenever the name of Brown was
uttered the faces of all the men I
knew answering to that name filed
before me. By associating the name
with the face the name popped
into my head when I saw the face
again.-Bookkeeper.
An Antidote For Suicide.
They tell of an Atchison girl who
thought her heart was broken. She
was so convinced of it that she be-
gan reading up on deadly poisons
and cried softly to herself over the
thoughts of an early death. At this
juncture a friend sent her a box of
chocolates. She ate one; life looked
a little brighter. She ate another;
why not put off that death till next
week? She ate a third and forgot
she ever had a trouble. All of which
is proof of the claim of an Atchison
physician that when people are mor-
bid or unhappy the most effective
cure is something to eat. No ome.


t pnd putup. Ym nmo w ~ t
-:y ept orruemm eb. wwWe b
: 9: Too gommn no FOK" ore
t'iequipped awndua" grs oIw.
whereAmerk. I iNS liii h1
Allsf~ye. WO MM a as
D. UftFmE a 00,
Do^ S .


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- {U .- m e. :
r'. .Wm cImtrIbatio-I m
, am bunk bes. ahIgbtsi th.
t totally tried to trot to
'Wbory,.
Strict, strong Stephen trial
nared slickly si sickly siky snakeL
Sussn shiath shoes and socks;
socks and shoes shines Susan. Mb
aseth shining shoes and ocks, for
socks shock Susan.
A haddock, a haddock, a black
pottd haddock; a black pot on the
blak back of a black spotted had-
dock.
Oliver Oglethorp ogled an owl and
an oyster. Did Oliver Oglethorp
ogle an owl and an oyster? If Oli-
ver Oglethorp ogled an owl and an
oyster, where are the owl and the
oyster Oliver Oglethorp ogled?
Orane esandweok.
"If only I had known sooner
about that little trick of the orange
sandwich for giving castor oil to
children, how many awful struggles
both the baby and I would have
been saved," said a mother who had
been told by the doctor to give her
baby this unpalatable medicine.
The orange sandwich is simply a
small quantity of orange juice put
into a spoon with the needed amount
of oil added and over that enough
orange juice to cover the oil. This
is an excellent method for taking
either castor or olive oil. It has
been recommended several times,
but is such a really valuable discov-
ery for mothers that it is repeated
for the benefit of the few who have
not tried it and who still look for-
ward to a scene every time such a
dose must be given.-Washington
Star.

ChOldren Cry
FOR FLETCHErS
CASTORIA

Cowidnt Kep It.
After hearing evidence in an as-
sault case between man and wife, in
wicii the wife nad ha a deal of
provocation, the magistrate, turning
to the husband, remarked:
"My good man, I really cannot do
anything in this case."
"But she has cut a piece of my
ear off. sir."
"Well." -aid the magistrate, "I
will bind her over to keep the
peae."
"Vo-i can't," shouted the hus-
Iand: :.; throne it aav.-a -
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mtkie, Sallow Ski. and Piles.
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Epilepsy,


Fits

"My son wa cred of a very
bad case of epilepsy with Dr.
Miles' Nervine,
MRS. D. BAKER, Clevelan, O.
"My little daughter who was
afflicted with St. Vitus' DDace
is now entirely well after tkian
Dr. Miles' Nervine only four
months."
MSp, C G. BENNETT,
Alma, Mick.
Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vita'
Dance and Spasse all nerv-
ous diseases. They have been
cured in so many in-taces with
Dr. Miles' Nevine that it is
reasonable to conclude that it is
almost sure to cure you. With
nervous diseases of a severe
type, persistent use has almost
invariably resaned in a complete
cure or hlating benefits, worth
many times et coat of the rem-
edy. The best evidence you can
get of its merits is to write to
those who have used it. Get a
bottle from yaor duggist. Take
it all according to m 'icsio- and
if it does not bemnt he will r-
turn youw moSnT


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Us sem of in took a lot of thee and
o a-e dw thwhite nan thSDI wo" I thi e hand -Air-
sto rival the ulsn in @.r hana4 big
b d vi the nagroudhog though, strike I hn..aeded a a An Co0 teab Ia iis ant *a *a go a e be
a 4 when he becomes more half hiteh over his nose, Oki& va s W Mi ae lt
bYI rally known to civilization his then was another hog tuosle before M sa agat"e
wmeous -tribe will suffer a con- I could approach him.
ation from white Whi at last I got wa within eWhat IsCA TCRIA
^*Bu a ewllengt I5 Ir q a gingel y to rub a Wli his WM I n a k,



I ade the quaintance of the nose, cratchis had and pat his ors is a hmiess bsttate thr eteor A, PO -
& S "whistler" on a rece trip into the neck, and, wonder of wonders, he gre, Drops ma eothigr 8yraps. o PWau t. II
.iteriwr of British Columbia and actually stood still in sheer aston- cntute neither Opfm1 rpine i ether 1are eU
d*w to* n l found his kind floniAshing wherever ishmant to meet a puncher that bstame. Its age is ts gearatee. It desjess Wer
wlj1dp ID fsrass lands wereo to be found. neither yelled at, struck nor jerked ma and y. Feerslab is. It eue Mafhm Ml Wind
I 6 the Indian trails, one may him! GOUle. It relieves Teething Trebles, cmes o pat
S- them at any time. Their clear "Presently I got a lump of sugar ml Platmemey. It a*aamt the Pood, rgulnte. the
TI t v whistb, idt a single soft note much into his mouth and then a second. aoi nsh ad B owels, giving hawlthy =e tw a leep.
th w like- a boys first puckered attempt, It tasted good, and the wicked eyes no ChhIrew's Pare- o Methy'e Pfuesmr
,jo stobe heard for a long distance, glared 1- balefully, the nervous
10 u woman, and and imm.editely all the groundhogs ars drooed laily, the resentful KNUI C AS T O R IA
b W1 bf in the ooumA.nit7 within hearing of muscle r laxed, and old Banrs stood C O R IA A w
zth t ti"* t its sound scoot into their burrows, quietly at ease. i
^ JA h idpbe ro and as the traveler proceeds the "Then I softly slipped my bridle
n Lz .a to warning is passed from village to from the back of my belt, slowly
MISamut th. village, and the little mounds of approached it to his head, gently,
I ly ern on myside dirt from their excavated homes, very gently, pressed the tongue of 4
*l e of fllest servM g as lookouts, are deserted the bit into the side of his mouth, a
iww tD be t till the strange intruder passes. and he received it with another
I 2 He wa a be (he told0 At other times when they are not lump of sugar and a moment later Ftind Tn Hav- Alwoos Bgtt
Of4* a tit be T t wltchful or petrh the wind is I ha te p he eadsta o terir an1 Illl I UU 8laI Alhs eauus
Sna em m, Pa o fc dead or unfavorable they may be "Once during the *addling he
ra Up when he walked seen and approached within rife came out of his trance and fought In Use For Over 30 Year
ever a Some- r' range. My companion said he hba me, but with patience and more .. e .m......
InIhisla His wal were shot many, but that thd remained tting and another lum of sugar
oIk rua fromto the htjpot on so close to their burrows when dan- he was again quieted til the sad-
tO o bowd on which he ger was about that they always sue- din was finished. --
Sfro th. boa the b eded in fallin inmto the hole even t "nd when I led ot old Bo PTA
Im d, oto bed. Heanto!on if tHey were rY shot a to while the boys sat their horses at a
ouWte ru h but in piieces The Siwash do not attempt little distance, swung myself into N S NE
S i:th lasft b 1 Of ?s `ot shoot them, but met steel traps the saddle and quietly fastened my P V A L IN f 4 nB
ve Wle, I think he was l W ear theIirretreats and, catching rope with thewith the horn string a wild OF
S opeC twig % when he them alive when the emerge, kill yl of approval rose from the *
Shis room for another hard them with an iron rod which is car-. Sporting GOo
y. did not see him make the red for the purpose. They dry and m So tn G o od
j Jurmys but It wo tW o e Win s tore the meat for winter use, which Truaiite d IOU I wht need M Flo d Mrc
ow, his sowhat is aid to have a delicious aor. Every one has heard the story of an to make or inve oren
Sthiae odd ah=tm os pohre Thb. pedlts are tanned with the fur the Englishman who was told when t thi
he a s abk S iron. He nri the on and pieced into beautiful quilts. asking what was done with all the StOck a success.
ether, woaderlag what this Is o his which the hunter and prospector superfluous fruit grown in Califor- T1 B. t n it TI{ 1 ato m, n u siiA B
I head. It is a hat. A faint small of prize even higher than the four nia, "We eat what we can, and | 1, Th V KDID, 'T51 Bt DIfD
d Iagead loth goes by with him. This point Hudson bay blanket They what we can't we can/ r."
a had heard of my set of photo- make a warm, dry cover for a frosty The joke was told to another Wefare agents for the State
igapha of the poets and akd for a night and are light and readily nglihman, who received it with We sell at factory Prices
igle sight of them, which ld to packed into a small compass.- rather a sickly smile and upon his We save you freight
a r frst ameetig. I rmmber how Brent Altsheler in Recreation, return home gave his own version
he spread tem out an his board -- of it. THE H. & W R B. DREW CO
and after looking long at tl em New She Hates Him. "Queer people, those Ameri-
turned his game on me and said sol- A young man and a young wo- cans," he said, "peculiar sense of JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
an a lmay: man lean over the front gate. They humor. They told me as one of
1OI am I i0 5 ho.WbfD are lovers. It is moonlight. He is their choice jokes that -when asked 3 IL^y2y3a f
*am4nk> he a t-lo se y on? is loath to leave, as the parting is the what they did with u their fruit that
Ts lins of Cow'le lat. He is about to go away. She was left overh r tey nd hat L RI A EAST C AST RAI \ V
S taier boe seethhim e so s ant son at. they ate what they could and what F UA IUA I L
e- hol saysg my cl the coTl.e'v AL TIME CARD No. 79. Effective Jun-r- .^ *


o it was strange to me to discover -d f death uld claim me m Heroe and Cowards. No. i No.9 8 o.
"and if death should claim me m No. 8s No. No1 No.
That he had not been ou llbe o Courage is an uncertain quantity; ILY DAILY AN LINE ALY
of as at al%, but of his last thought will be of you." t vae w circumstances A
So of ae at he thaut of his "I'll be true to you," she sobs. it varies wth circumstances A man 00 p 930 m Lv ..Jcksonvlle Ari 7 30 pn 8 30 .m
Swn s hen anybody else or love who fancies that he is afraid of 6 p lO m 6 ,m;L ..8t.Augustt e Ar 6 6 pm 7 o am
"l Bn Se } Jd r 9 OFd OV@ 8$I pm 11 a -m Lv..astPalatka.. Lv 06 pm 6 06 am
.a iss head and he, too, had them as long as I live." nothing ventures on the slippery pm 32 pm:Lv.... Ormond .... L 3 6 pm 4 2 am Pullman Huffet ; r
ti d to set of for Grab street, The part pavement in winter and suddenly 1 4 v .. istna....v 31 4 15pm operated on tran
b T epm: 2 D pmTLv...NrlSmyrn.. Lv 1 2 pm 1 2" am 0ween"i,
S bt was afraid, and. while h esi- T r discovers that he is very much 10 00 pm 36 pm L cTtuMile... Lv I2 pm 1 2tm Iw Jaemckn
U old me, iad tn years later he returns. Hi 10 43 pm i4 9pmLv... oo.. ...L 1246 pm 48am
d ld aeme, and then death, mar afraid of falling and hurting him- 1 17 pm1 4 I2 pm;Lv...ltockledge....Lv 1'42 pmn I i4 am
'd tml grasping a box iron. sselermer yars mr 20 pm 4 5 pm L ...Eu Gillie. Lv12 10 p n 1 12 am Pillmn e! .
ri grasping a ied. They meet at a party. She self. pm5 0 7 pm Ly.. Melbourne. Lv I2 uP pnn I US an twen New York ie"l
-A onant. has ch ed geaty. ety he It is on record that a man who 8 am' 7 06 pm Lv .. .Lterce ...L to 2 am II im Key oer ,. I. .
has changed greatly. Between them 9 pm L..W.Palm Beach Lv 8 04 am 40 j Jacknville .
Dances the recoition takes place, was as bold as could be in the morn- am II pm Ar .. m ....vi 5 30 .n and
danceam ......t o a PcL... Miami ......Ar i ol.a
SHad Al t aympteom. Let me see, she muses, with her ing could never be relied upon for am ....... .v- lomte-ea l ..... ..... 0 io
S The learned hobo was di pAning fan beating a tattoo on her pretty courage after dinner. I' am ........ Av .,K n K ey .. i ......... in .
knowledge for the benetof i less hand, "was it you or yor brother Some French soldiers during the' ..1 r Kev West. I.v,,
S enlightened companion. who was my old sweethea war of 1870 gallantly assaulted an .......... .... lvan .... .......
"Have you ever been bitten by a "Really I don't knowhe says almost impregnable position, al- *~ ihR.. Ti:---a ni -aThi)ritay,. is .-arirav.. tr: w e.-
?Pa i, hou h de til -seme-. cihllr-,liy,,arll Frlltray r.rival ',ul Kotrj ..atfit. Ae- m
Sdo? he asked. "Probably my father." London though death seemed certain. l'hrc, ,..i,- A- a.
,- AMany'a de time," replied the n- Answers. ears later two of those gallant fel- _. ... .
enlightened one. lows were in a theater when an PA..ATKA IRAN( H
"Are you not afraid of hydropho- Johnny Suspects His Pa. alarm of fire was given, and they iv... t I I T PI .Ai' T I'.rri. ,.. ..
bis n? "Pa," said Johnny, looking up displayed extreme cowardice, push- *i.HL I'IAKA i'Hitr;.a 'inn .i \!. \
"Nix on de hydro." from his book, "what is the mean- ing over women andl children in ....
"Tis a curious disease. When ing of metempsychosiss?'" their frantic efforts to escape.- .. ,, :
a person contracts hydrophobia the A look of confusion suddenly Pearson's weekly. ., \, i I,, ......i
perso .-!lI ....... 10- i),l
very thought of water makes him overspread pa's countenance, but it ., I ... .
sick." was only for a moment. No Ned to Hurry.. .. .. .., , ,
"Is dat on de level? Youse ain't "'Metempsychosis,' Johnny, The scorching cyclit was on the -. -t-
stringin' me?" means-it means-but if I should road to Stratford-on-.von. 110
"It is a scientific fact." tell you you would very soon forget was bent over the handle bars andl .. I ,
"Den I bet I've had it all me life the meaning. Look in the diction- the beads which beslwpak the strel-
S an' never knowed wot was de matter ary for it yourself, and then you ous toiler were trickling ot. hi. face. . in *.
Swid meI"-New York Times. will be more likely to remember. "'li, sony. he called to a pa"- - .
ln-r volithl "ianm I right for Shako
Information that comes without ef- in youth, "am I t for Shake- .-
When the Princss Charlotte of fort seldom lingers in the memory." sl'pares house h' ,. .. ,, ii ,' .: i ., ,,
Whet m Pre C h o ..e of.. ..
Meeklenburg-Strelitz arrived inLon- Half an hour or so later Johnny "'Yes, you're right mister," wa
do enburg-Stregte III. the eLon- sought the dictionary in the library. the dreanv reply of the leisurely :, .- .,. .
Sdon to ma rry George ppe nce, cried, When he got there he found pa with youth, "hut vou needn't hurry. .: W
p, on s g her ap ance, the dictionary open at "Met." Shakespeare's dead." London , = ,-...
.' t.da dey do -poog- Doubtless it was merely a coinci- Queen. I .. : ... .. ,. ;. '
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Lotus, and boards here with Mrs. Capt. Casper took a crowd on his boat TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA -t o- peOtiti"L Crr c
Allen. Indian River to Ft. Pierce Sunday af- GASOLINE, CYLINDER OI., CUP ORI.A e, BTC.
A. B. Carter spent Thursday in Co- ternoon, returning Monday. Fashionable Hair Cutting and ALLEN HURST, FLA. (HAULOVER CANL
cos, and Capt. Rogero and F. W. Mun- Mr. Stork arrived Saturday and is General Barbering t
son went over to attend the meeting of filling J. W. Law's place at the F. E. one visit and you lecbume a Staunch Patron T
e association on Friday C depot while Mr Law is ill. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPP Y CO
A letter from Kansas says that Miss A large congregation greeted Rev. J. East Coast Meat Market
OllieCBurchfiel, daughter of R. B. Burch- B. Hawk at the M. E. church on Sun-
fiel, so well known:on Indian River, has day evening to hear his farewell ser- G. F. DUREN, AGENT
gone to California where she will teach mon. Rev. Thiot, pastor of the Bap-
this winter. tist church, called in his service and Florida and Yards at Eau Callie, Cocoa and Fort Pierce
A letter from Kenosha, Wis., states with his congregation come to the M. l
that Mr. Ezra Simmons and son, Guy, E. church. A duet was sung by Mrs. Orders for arload lots and house bills
were out in an automobile and the mach- C. C. Houston and Mrs. H. W. Chris-/ Western O delivered direct from the m ill
delivered direct from the mill
ine turned over. bruising Guy badly and tian. Rev. Hawk and family will leave
breaking Mr. Simmons' shoulder. The Saturday for a trip in the mountains THE NEW FORD MODEL "T" AT $M825.
friends and neighbors of Mr. Simmons before taking up his work with the K. THE NEW FORD MODEL "T AT
on Indian River will be very sorry to M. and N. I. in September. of ll Kinds. is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
hear of this, as he is not very strong .
and it may b e not very serious thi ng The secret of Lon Lif Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
and it may be a very serious thing. T Sect of Long Lif TU ILLE, FLOIDA as to the new styles and models given at any time by
Bro. Hawk came up on the Mystic A French scientist hadiscoveredone secret B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.
of long life. His method deals with the blood.ER, Titusville, Agent for the For
last Saturday and spent the day among But long ago millions of Americans had prov- 11 A. CTE ADT
his people here. Sunday morning he ed Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it. A. SL EW AI
worth living. It purifies, enriches and %ital-
gave us an excellent sermon and spoke izes the blood, rebuilds wasted nerve cells.
very highly of Rev. Carson, who comes imparts life and tone to the entire system. .
.boyhoodfs Afieralmost Awre Insurance -W Sh n
friend of his. After e for mouths," writes W. M. Sherman, of
nine years of service here, Bro. Hawk Cushing, Me., "but Eltetric Bitters cured me
nid fearol take wite hem the Bo. Hwk entirely." Only 50ec t Banner Drug Store. __ i-
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.wer_ M. oso s. t py e y Early tresmet, early catire. vo wth co aradv l.mkig- arn
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wth tirj their way118= 0n 1 Tisf ]t"o Nrtsmi k oSjcaeubvdlle, Jemvri8. Flrlida.
V16 d IM@ s m wM'tbr tf bad dytterM s rVOyand easetoonsltDr.uaste,.oP.
J4w, to do s at dstmh s H chltL e r n TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
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I. MIWe bat whh a gd, Cto Cd tasper invited some of h ais - -wam7e
__ Ifrinid to make th trip to Fort PerM Man a boeyis saled du and acpid,
with him in hs boat Sunday, returning when the wbeltreble due u a lazy
G. M. Q ena w e his way Monday. Thoe in the pprty were: Mr. lier.We ly bellieve y own doc-
to the posio day last week, nL ,r will tell you tot m o caional dose
a do t m w so bdy burt that, it and l J. L Caser, W. J. Ran .f fyer' PI will do such b =oys a reat
t t family L Stewart a ndfmily, ofoed. Tbey ket liver active.
coud h a r a u. Thunth prt-Mr. Jnean, Mr. Sell and d .auhter, --yn. . -- @. a ADWAt s
heo ts summer wife and da enter, aod Mr. Vce On Monday evening last the K. of P.
wleMaestl Thoe J as. Pritchard & Son
Tno le as tear stime w the aym argr Michael went a sfar a is rrowi Thel odgeg ave an excursion on the Indian drd
w" w lTat o Thh mRluthe-- e o at mu
so" .e) od.. fPy"en we.t caret Bptain'e entertin.ent of his fri enio Malabr. A large crowd left here and
l adb a It No mfort or pleret stopped at Melaboue t Handle the Finest Lines of
orac me nwe p oura p itiof onafewopasg rs. A prc, -mw He a y and Shelf Ha rIe
nDiAoL- hi.s kindm-words fai. The new boat a wbyMr. West, which was asrdwar
Mr. rmr~8 mr h ris a beauty, Tan a traveler, the run be- foiow s:
Mr- and M s t we in toun made i about 7 houra The party Music by Eau Gallie band.
las bt Friay. Our Stock of

last rd wee royally entertained by Fort Pierce Opening order o of P. lodge. ;s Ui tr to tof
Matdis has theeontra etto paint&M S frn Song by lodge; Mis Mathers, accom-
Spuns and Sporting Goods
J. Fle" ,onsres. ..el- T.h br sr we k o o Ain l a panist.o Gb be n ct
Fleld &Se yletr have decorated the krdmw mdt dertmrouble d the w ong by -wng b all is co p lete at lLe times !f
north & of tbr store with lar ger alwaM am m o Is JeWitt Kidm r Selection by band. t ll
Bn.e ldde P. Tby ar stiMeptc and Solo, The Song That Reached My -
Ct ou e uso kdney sto perform their A
Mr.i and Mrs C.Y0. Blyth were v iotnt w. Bt wen fortk hee u eart,"y by Mr. C. C. Houston, with
ll bep rsit y o Pt sp DeW' Kid- Mrs. H. W. Chr itian a eom pant. aints and ori fidua l s
no WiT ti.MupthweM ot and if yorurd l del erILW. Christian. on o op ll ti
Mr. A. 8. & wupht, ha s I ehd pa m" 7w- m -ralma P anytig elmi ectkn by band.
Gaope Bslre sald at to in aths l le ICr oe orfa y inDer ruo. BR o S election by band.
Globee adngi dputit ina boatbeistet DgThe evening was beautiful and every Quotations for large or small orders will
building.. ] AU AT.T.T one expressed the plesre enjoyed, be given personal attention. Mail Order
.M Wallacf M.d SEn, Go R.S. Snell-returnedfrom Jensenthis thanks to the K. of P. lodge. solicited and promptly filled
wred clibgmnd MMr nd i r J. R. .week. Ta tateent
rhd w r- dfh I conrterne ooa xt tb bor
e S oI ao WtRev.u H.PG. Porter, o f Dr ayton, spent o, eaee oVr the oh Frmr atie
mLandMiseTaxstatementfor the mouth of July, 19,
Jr went to Coco T huersdayuie Monday here f for taxes levied and collected for the year
Jeffrda having sm dental work done. m oi Jw vile pnt etc., n allowed by boudd of county cm-
L Bart Feld wet ovw to R Monday twn miione, and for tax wles on July, 1900. -.
Setea t e, h e a o -g intMrs. G. E. Beck returned Sunda county Revenue- Col'ted in Ain't yh et
intoed at hi launch, Mayflower, byP ro. .hte C ty General fund...-------- 110.0 $ 0 aA
em ewMrs. J. 0. Andrew left Sunday for a School fud. ----------b15..33 1 D12V o erie W.H
few. w.ek in pamn awoditsek5nU Groeles, Hay, Grin and Food Products
Mr. andMrs. A. S. ipu mpLu Mr.few weeks in Miami. Po, croonn fBd).. W. oo uAV
and M Jn. ei and Ma j. Field Mr Bonner, of Fort Pierce, pent a We handle produce of all kinds. We are aeont for Map' Fertilir. We deal excluiely
ro. o UReid nudan tir sp. Jd eld M. Bnner, Hf ort Pierce, s ne Wpent a Titheabovell e lines of gods A solicit tetraelof oumled Write ur prieo
daidwMrtC. WD MP J. Mithmil t few day in town thil week. Tota i1, *We hindeproduteeofdaadwkietf. hWe earhe or a' eralien We da eorlprvely
paid Mr. athell, an tn ts w A. A. STZrrAT, Grain and all Groer, delivered atyour nation. E. L BRADY BRO.. TITVVI
Co, a visit Saturday evening. Mi Ethel Motainger will return to (Cir. Ct. esl] Clerk of Circuit Court.
Monday. O board hi launch were: Cap. John Houston left Tuesday for di er al DeathPlot
Mr. J. R. M t a j. Mr. J. R. Knights Key for a few weeks'stay. It seemed to J. toe, a civil war veter- BA N NER DRG 1ST
Field and wife, Mrs. A. E. Grant, nurse Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of Melbourne, an. of Kemp, Tex., that plot existed between
and child nd Miss Winnie Dixon. spent Sunday with Mrs. T. J. Shave a desperate lng trouble and the grave to rlJt IVILOe, lo-r1da
e e hi. death. "'I contracted a stubborn
Od] hWr.xT A W. P. Roech spent several days this cod," he writes, "that developed a coughthat Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
weet in stuck to me, in spite of all remedies, for
Sweek at Cocoa h dental work done s. My weiht ran down to 1Sound Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
We had a good heavy rain on Tues- T. W. Mathloers left Thursoed and promptly filled Wil order anything w
day. *, months' stay in New York and other now weigh 178 pounds." hFor severe coldoli d rohaven.t ini stock rr
Mi NEther Alien returned from Day- points. obtinrate coughs, hemorrhalCe, athma. and
toa Beaut las aturdoy. Prof. E. May spent few days Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ban. John L. Van De Veer W. H. Ford
Mra. Peace is spending a week with this week in TiIsman looking after hi er Drug tolre. Gat b Ban o L
her daughter, Mr. McCakill, at Lotus. orange grove. Heavy, impure blood makes muddy, T IT UV ILLE ICE CO
Mr. and Mra. Jake Fields came over The Ladies' Aid was entertained at pimpl comp lextion, headaches, nausea, in- I V IL E
from Cocoa on Saturday to spend a few the home of Mrs. R. S. Snell Wednes- sicky. Bunock Blood Btes make. pe Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
days with C. D. Provost and family, day afternoon, blood rich, red, pure-retores perfect health Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points o the Florida East Coat
Mr. Provost has laida fine new cem- Mr. 0. Ayala, traveling salesman for
t f hto thebeh path. theFelineCo., of Tamp, spent this HENRY RIVERS RlA R -R C OMA
Mr. Martn is painting Mr. Provost's weekin town.N I

hrmn SH Mrs. W. West left Monday to the re- Tonsorial Parlors irN IAlN R I V ER CA N Y
shma Sie of -u.inder of the simmer in Jackso=,,nville Dorerl. ,,8-o. o, ealer Staple and Fjancy Groceries
t work on the steamer Canaveral. at and Doints in Georia. froerJu ilwaym Sttioneb et-- St.. a .a u..


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