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 13, 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: VID00714
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Th% New Laws
T u STAn is amdin out close to
S2,000 copies thls week inorder to
comply with f state law which a-
quirs that thme w awshsall be snt
to every qoalteod registered voter
in eah of the counties.
This was a rar chance for adver-
tisers in Brevard but few availqd
themneves of the opporturLy to put
in anything special aide from the
usual ran of their advertising from
week in and week out.

Crowing too Soon
Elated ove recent victories the
Fort Pier baseball team have pro-
claimed themselves as the champions
of the East Coast.
Upon hearing of this Manager C.
B. Kingman, of the Titusville club,
it is sid, has notified the above jub-
ilant aggregation that they cannot
rightfully make use of that claim
until they have defeated the Titus-
ville club.
Probably a game can soon be ar-
ranged between these two clubs.


m Phiodsoa
a-lp Nt Fda are

l iof toomdrtan d

who les to bet-
tio bDdtHrnm im.
wesed nwthods of
md dle, an be tre to his
noatbede oteiachuse.
mO is M hat worth fOpairt


thwe tut ofattoal experience in to-
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00bota, wbidom gidwe

Sl M ied. Meiepr the same sort of-

VIMo bom. of rit 'were
w, fT d. YMu&h the mme sort of


8m0C. is attained at every other
point visited.
The change is sure to be a u-
It has the fruit, it has the men, it
has theyrtem too.-Tampa Tribune.

Try a grape float at our fountain.
You will like it.
BANNER DRUG STORE.

New Boat House
Mr. L. Hitehroe has just complet-
ed a new dock, 450 feet long, and a
boat house 24x40 feet for Mr. Geo.
M. Robbins, in front of his pretty
home is South Titusville.
The boat house has two slips inside
for the owner's two motor boats, the
Bonita and the Spray. The largerof
them slips is nine feet wide and the
other is six feet. It also contains two
dressing rooms, one for ladies and
the other for gentlemen.
Including the docks around boat
house and docks guarding the slips
there is six hundred feet of dock in
all, exclusive of the platforms around
the boat slips inside the building,
four hundred andfifty feet of which
is required to reach the boat house
from the shore.
A lofty flag pole surmounts the
east end of the boat house from the
to of which "Old Glory" floats on
all auspicious occasions.
This is one of the most complete
boat houses on the river.

Remember The, Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.
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Church Notes U o i U UUM5
We wish to thank the many friends
Dan Robottom will oiciate in Holy who were o verykin and untiring in
T ye rch, Mebouir, o u~dy their efforts to assist us during our sad
morAggmt 15t, at 10:.0 o'cl, bereavement, the illness and death of
anada ieS albnou am d 8M dear mother.
Sday y Nf t 7t o'clock. ve -y, .' TIFFIE STANLEY
is dall ivited. and Brothers and Sisters.

L cI K Kathh f or Good Shoe Repairtlag
2 ft. t 9Lb@ wMi #A"
th ft. V wi a 4 h. p. N. ir German shoemaker now
LathropM at order4b.. MLo M little building on street
speed ov r eurse miles Id to Hotel Dixie, commencing
per hour, outfit is twoyear od. Ad. w 22nd. First class work.
S dress P. O. Box 68, Albeorst, la. F. BLECK.
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berUhlW 4 other, Mr. W. u. PNr-

Mr. .I Mmasn, w Wen eto Now
Trk l the early part y with Mr.
Maee retaaed to Ttvlse Measay ad
wl M ea hr* te awiMr e t least.
Any inttgest pen o agy eani
ood income ermpou dh oWr nif Rewsp
pas; ---ere sun FemsI y. le ]
stamp f particulars. tk resi
Syndicat, 1MiMeport, N. T
Mr. Hatte Stanley, me ofth meat
nspeted colored residents Titevfls,
died very mudiaey Manma s*ht adM
was blea d Toedey aftsromas, fae-
ereal ervi l being v-aetd the
Baptist chrch by ev. A. J. Mewa,
Sof Coi and interment made it the
c-teod cemetery. Doe- d waf 47
years of age ad lese srmever and
two daouters to morn her denims
Miss Cooan kis Sea Recht
To a rather Bana but :thoroughr
appreclative adieM'e ia ths Tit.
ilkl Opera Houw lan Im Coak-
hag rendered a prlCrae m of about
tena oreleven sBretke tom 1th i
alnht ad hes he a to e Ow-
probably aeve heard t o tter at-

W e just simply aestmred themd.
miration of all and clrmsed evry
musical persbn present by'her voice,
which though perfectly pure, power-
ful and of wide range, was under
perfect control and shows gratifyuia
improvement within the past year.
Miss Anita Canova, of ockledge,.
acted as accommanist and fulfilled
that prt perfectly. Miss Canova
played several very difficult Piano
solos and she and Miss Jessie Lock?
hart, of Rop-eledae, rendered two
duets, giving variety to the enter-
tainment. Miss Canova has musical
talent of a high order that shows
considerable training and attention.
We believe she is destined to become
a brilliant and accomplished pianist.
The engagement here completed
Miss Conkling's tour of the south-
east coast from Miami to Titusville;
she having won the highest words of
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IMvG VALUES

WMhtwryto big value
Ol r~ e a or Sir o
Ow- lvr m k b asdy
Mwanits ad to me th great
1t1leiia bvy tle grat
l-bo i -b at the lowest
powih figures'and in namrniu prices
on the many ibm we isdo that
wil not only bold the old customer
but add many ne ones each aon.
The dan se in our dry goods
White nadru in andles vart
of pattmns, ermleant quality,
5 and ents, Meaday only, 18
cents per yd.
Figr lawns ad b dbtistes that
were 20 and 6 cents per yard, spe.c
ial 1UcOtsL
Galatmadot, 36 incdt wide, in
checks or stips, specia14 centsper
Ladies' sabrt waists at lm than
the wholleprie.
Ladies' Priea dresl. made of
the bet qualt of whit lingeie
doth elaborate trimmed with em-
broidery, $106 would be a w ic
for these drems Monday ,

Iported deated swis, wortb 35
cents per yard,. Monday only at 25
center yard.
White pique, wry stlish foe Prin-
cm dremes.tb d k that youwould
pay 36 and 40 cmt fer, at 25 cents
per yard.
Ma's nh eC half hose, color
blk, navy m ad tan, gumma
teed for six monms, we only has a
limted amount, yO can have them
a Monday for $1& per box ofsix
pairs.


JUW9 KLN E,
_TituBe, Florida

e 3ea.k of Dmh .Team
ice cream, ace and candy msa
held last evening in the Gray build-
ing n Washington. avenue for the
purple of aiding in. the purchase of
ew uniforms for theTituaville bde-
rbd mne was a decided ucceBs. By
a little after 9 o'clockeverything had
gone like the proverbial hot cakes,
and the neat sum ofsaomething over
$46 was realized.
A very handsome and artistically
decwated cake, made and donated
by Mrs. Harry Wilson, was the cen-
ter of attraction, and added $16.50
to the exchequer of the occasion.
Mr. Frank Skill being the fortunate

Much credit is due the ladies in
charge for the very gXatifying sue-
cess of the affair, and their efforts
greatly appreciated by Manager
Kingman and the boys.
Oak Hill In for a drainage Caona


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praise eacn rectal. Miss ConK- ak Hill section is qite deeply in- va e;4,.,u. Hiune nas aaa-
ling expects to spend another year in terested in a drainage canal, which ed $7,000,.000 this year and of the in-
the music and art department of is proposed to extend from the head crease al bout two-thirds has been
Stetson university at DeLand before of ndian river to Turnbull bay. the levied c m the Standard Oil plant.
taking a course at some conservatory latter being about two miles north Last yet r the Standard was assessed
ota -ur at sme itrvetnrry t of New Smyrna,
of music in the north. The Oak Hill correspondent of the $13,125 ,078
She carries with her the best wishes DeLand News writes as follows on CoI. Charles W. Fuller, for the
of all her Titusville friends toward this subject: Stand; ird Oil Company, has filed a
winning the success she so well de- Oak ill took up the subject and prote t with the county board in
got a surveyor to survey a route whic'hedeclaresthatallMr. Hinse'
servess, from Indian river up the creek
For Sale Cheap through the cypress north to or near asse isments are irregular and illegal
ap the line between townships 18 and 19 bec: ruse he did not allow the super-
One good mare, one light spring and found a fall of 2J or 3 feet: then vis )rs of taxes to help place valua-
wagon, one buggy in g.od running they commenced at the lagoon and tic.ns. The company wants a hear-
order, all for $75.00 cash. went west up White's ditch andn g b the company wand a hear
J. D. ENNLS. across the big saw grass just north in before thecounty board and there
of the line and into the cypress. i.; talk of certioraring all of Mr.
A Milch Cow Bargain Then they found New Smyrna peo- '"inse's work.
For sale BOTH my milch cows to ple were interested in a canal, and so -
som outoftownparties. Qnefresh, waited for them to survey from (FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
the other to come in, but giving a where Oak Hill people left off to Bureaus, dressers, dressing stands
the other to come in, but giving a Turnbull bay. We have waited two Wash-stands, refrigerators, springs
good quantity of milk. Value of one months on them and it is proposed Mattresses, kitchen safes, ice cream
is $100.00, the other $75.00. Price to have a canal 00 feet wideat head freezers (White Mountain) chairs
one person, $125.00, CASH. First of Indian ri and 75 feet a Tu Tables, wardrobes, iron bes, rugs
money gets them. f Mattings, art squares, carpets.
MRS F. M. TAYLOR, bull bay and 50 feet wide in the nar- i
rTitsville, Fla. lowest place. If carried out it will CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
Titusville, Fla. drain thousands of acres now practi-
cally worthless and greatly improve 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't a great many more. It will not cost case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
Men's neglige shirts, made of an i the county anything but it comes out
excellent quality of percale, the fa-! of those it benefits in a small tax For Sale Cheap for Cash
mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents each year for a few years. It will About 88 acres of good high land
and $1.00, Monday only 50cents each. I make Volusia county one of the rich- on the east or ocean side of the In-


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Dr. Mer, Dentist, Ttevile.
Bead for buled., ftab Normeal
SMol, DaLad, PFla.
Mn. Nany Gold wet to Samwad
WPbhesd where she will remala sv-
ad weeks.
Mr. L. IL mMobile travel Holititi
freight agc Lfor the Clyde LiAe was ia
town Wedsday ea is way to Imi.L
Asdtrenm ma soly hg"e nse
Job P tarfor tisa sma e the ywr
'Tta 8s~i oam has been uged tis
week getti eat a mat ttle book*
.et, as "The Caompct," tor Mr. Adhe-
imar B dy.
MI M. Matild a Cmpbell, of seri.
killed a very lagp wildcat Tuesday
morning near yuad. The at mas-
ued 8 feet 5 inches, and had devored
many of Mrs. Cmpbel's fowls e a
opportaiy caa- t deMpatch him.
Mr. a Mmrs GSe M. Robba s x-
pest to go Jaksmnvil tomorrow
where thy Ml ma t their s, Mr.
Raun Robbis, wu left New York
Wednas.da~ Clyd steariup for -
home, after tolda a course aof study It
finance sin the first of July.

Political Coniwnr t
Example of the bneicial opera-
tion of tlheFlorida ralload commis-
ion was brought to ,ar attention
the other dy by on b( the county
,Mnmn aio-.I of .a neighboring
count.. H maid theeW ty, in build-
in aece of new rad, contracted
with railroad com any to have cer-
tain material delivered at a rate of
$7 per carload. The watchful com-
misiom. however stepped in and
declared; theme d uld be no discrim-
ination and compelled the county to
pay the railroad i21 per car, when $7
was alk it asked. Now, really, don't
you think mseh vigilance as that in
behalf of.the pe pul justifies the ex-

pensive-salarie being paid the mem-
bers, of this highly ornamental
board?-Laeh, mnd News.
Standard assessmentt Raised
The Stand:rd Oil Company has
been hard t it in Bayonne, N. J.,
where it has its largest eastern plant,
by the valwm tions placed on its fac-
tory by the new city assessor, Henry
Hinse. A assessor Aries J. Brooke
last year ii increased the valuations in
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eltaed t ae etatrs ro m saumbr o
fat eat sownu ste m tS 4 the wet
noe Wyomig. Idaho. M A6 Utah
Sta.df ahLeat. Ttooveu momtdoh p
p- oam l this cement p *wed a dl-
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thi at te proposal was a dete ff-
t a. pledaraethiates am b" amt
l amletts pepostluito us ~ a
the d- euds m elea er m
partleularly boot sand shse o hr-
Senator Asldrich tIermed WIN AinM
t MortwMrn tas tat he
wol not conmnt to the abo. "a t
the duty m hdb unle there W a
materctl cut ta the rats on bto a d
shes ntd o her lateAr geos. Ja a
ether way, e saKd, eorM b he aL
vos aesarr or the adopeton the
Ceport the ossateo t t arrived
ldesulawtans ftom cattle Nl
a tas lo ed that t only way tW
-n.cama get any bMita fb rom
remowal ct cprobtdeo ma hides weOu
be by corMrpodlag rdactions In t*t
datlsa a boots and shoes and haram~.
E i dscusaonm over tLa hdes sched
le has arosued a warm blood, and
thm ave bo b many vaitnd a to-
ments about the efet of a dty mon
udes. Advocates of making them ftee
rlahmed that the beef paekm s ane
gagnglargely n the teamn s bued-
ees and that a duty as hidM would
virtually tve them a momopely a the
artile and rwult Io lare aMemMses l
prices of m vuftwe weather prod-
acts. Seantr Francis Warm Of
Wyomnl. wt thas bas a "ler
among the anti free raw material s-
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been a good del
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downward low
of the paft call-
Dfts 'with thi
SOpwom avm t rsal tbat
90 ehu dk= at sobe --1-a
be onie* 4 0rhple tO to ant P e
Wbes a. 4I4W& W" tor take
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W110C 0 niesss. -m j sand
Iz 041MOMOneStetobes .feet
damobw as speelw r eachL. By
a hwr m a JmlpI K. Hasum tbs.
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pbowmm e& a oliau b =016
thm eskhmt26h4 hemmwhum the
waft a aft,"abift B&,y5aw to
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Woo ""m yv tpairg.ab wimp
Art A60%snow ~tcawIeforps'
,MWtft IL qatS4WUW. Per QUOt
mad be inW bays reesiose twsw "ee

mvwll W. b at poflIiImp boa
theqe~t mand allowed P7.7~
b~~~ho U~ m &mr. Ahbw do.
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htb Mad ak le ao al.the pictures.
OW hadsod ugf to exteed that proe-
-m to Mr. Abbey.

IMEW SPilA141H MINISTER
Ie Uerqu ddoVUaI.mr a Dipvloma
ofAOiY a"d FtepIte
TheMaroft.4. VgWabbar. wh.
SP mI aeMu 1enor Io. n am..
'~-mimiater-at Spabs to the Unk-
.06 Ises, a sbandaery weblin In 3pe
Aw asadilomat.and ft was be who

ArISM about the rcent Meeting be-
twiOa Kfng Edward VI L of England
and Eft Affons. at Spa~hi. E tis a
Itte uner forty and has been a crip
$6le birth, but-fof d sti gushed
-inne ~YHe It sabachor w and
ofAn oWldm ad xeamed h e
B.etoJnMA"snknwrn In Washdogtom, to
be set a year there attack at the
ml 13 I STRand ~thef yeara
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tm ym he has be m -et s tary
at atL embaay Inr oIOa
Ias I chamberta to Kint AM oeoI
wh Ne elese pac l tem f hbe i s ad
to a Sm us e of the Duke de Brvas
S at of pal~' moat ftamou poes.


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to a-r Be antaa wasthe al
ha he haa. tashngbthe was Mal-
wife seven In thirty days This teO
esd ehia Ibamo, who lsd away over
the woohsck asd aakd i a pitiful
way, "Yo dot -aa o say you
brha yfr -wlOe eeas ata @ thbl
ty daysr.a ttme OVU worold
amswer. d tM the hum ad ae
tat r t.- tle wift got mad at
'Im se al bar hat sad tore t up.
ad tLem he a t o bIy another to met
er baek to tlh pissat poa. The
eemt m--, A d emIk ha as the
an wmea r "Te" pliad the ma,
abe 9e401 buw" vauI." "beei
aet s eao m-atha" salte court In a

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MElCO CITY.
The menMte t Ory of Its Fouding
StthM Atsm.
The story -of the fonpAing of the
City et 1io. is o e of the most e9-
traodibary tales in history. It hap-
e in 1855; at least it began a
gtime before that, but was an
acmplihed fact about 600 years

In the first place, imagine an al-
most inasoeasible mountain crowned
with a valley at the height of 8,000
feet above the level of the sea. In
the center of this valley was an im-
mense lake. When the Aztecs ar-
rived, led by the priests of the god
of war, they found it in the posses-
sdon of hotile tribes.
For that reason and because the
priests declared that in a certain
part of the lake where there stood
an elevation of stones an eagle had
been devouring a serpent they began
the coestruction of the city on this
pot, immediately over the deepest
waters of the lake. There had long
existed a prophecy among the Az-
tecs that their wanderings would
ad when they should have reached
a plces where the priests would be-
ho an eagle resting on a cactus
plant d&eTering a serpent.
Cotfdent that they had found
the spot odained to be their abiding
hmne, they began to euistruct rafts
of the trunks of trees, covering
them ith Uaek layea of earth, up-
on which they built rude huts of
more or less validity. Groups of
dwellings sooa began to form them-
selves in regular order, thus deter-
mining the primitive streets of the
new city.
They also constructed boats and
oars of different sizes useful in
peae and war, and while certain of
S number occupied themselves
in defending their homes aad breth-
ren from the onalaughts of hostile
tribes others continued to improve
and enlarge the city. Gradually the
lake was filled up, and terraces arose
one after another in the place once
eaocpied by the deep waters.
This was in itself a herculean
laber, unsurpassed in ingenuity and
durability by any similar work of
ancient or modern times. Upon the
first of these terraces was construct-
ed the Teocalli, or sacrifcial tem-


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Bo* sd Do., ill aact beunL
that may be les t than thi
but learly more thea weoi t t m.
the original note, i
the value of the oinal
ever, penalty for i aMid a.
In the es a od Jies Bae tols
Smith, q, known ad a repestdi
in his home city, he may remer the
full value of his note that is under
two-fifths measure proidd that i
will appear before an oscer of the' a
law qualified to admishir at oth sl
and make affidavit as to tie, man- tt l
ner and place in which the mutila- W
tion -i accrO plihed. This ffi-
davit will be attested by the official N
seal of the officer, who alo moa t be m be my-
prepared to attest in like m-iner
the good character of the affiant. I
Except in the above ips.tnc s insuf- *- is
icient portions of a note or note# _i _
are returned to the person present- I I J"
ing them for redemption. Paper Ow' tug e r t
currency which has beau destroyed
totally is not redeemable under any ., S M
ciromstance i
Beware of torn currency in gen- LP0 d1-w ow
eral. A bank ought not to pay it out ab dM tgo 4 .
to you for the reason that the gov- palm fam Gea WfOM ad
ernment is so willing to ei'4h'nge Vaeo4, IW" the yt enu d
new currency for it And if you 4m"dW he-mM ud ar h
have torn it seeidentelly -yowelf 01 i t
you ought to save the pieces and go, L"M Ihi 'My is
to the nearest subtreasury to eaect Ub too Ynr to e ,
the redemption.-Spokane Sports- '1y, p n-dt tme, I ant
man Review. s body to bury iit Lut&
emetry. wil that permit
The Naming of Ypsilanti. "General Wh er extded both
The story of the naming of Ypsi- hands to his visitor ad mid: 'My
lanti, Mich., dates back to the time heart is with you, sir, and I am at
of the Greek revolution. Some feel- your service. There are horrors and
ing arose over a name for the town, glories in war. You have been a sol-
and a meeting was held at which dier?'
the admirers of General Demetrius 'Yes. I was hit three timer at
Ypsilanti, the Greek general who Sedan.'
was important as a leader for the "'Then you are proud that your
people, won, and the Greek name boy died for his flag?'
was given to the city. Some year. "'Yes. and God blew you, gei.
ago an attache of the Greek lega- eral.
tion at Washington heard of the "Then General Wheeler Paid, 'l
city of Ypsilanti. The evident or- want you to see that this gentleman
igin-of the name interested him, and is given the body of his son and
he wrote to the mayor of Ypsilanti. that it is escorted to the train with
asking how it happened that the a guard of honor.'"
I city had the name of the Greek gen-
eral, which he said was also his A GOod eoeugh serm a.
family name. He asked if there On the day before Memorial da,
were any Greeks there and wished in one of the smaller cities a men
to know'something of the city. The ber of the school board visitedl
reply told him something of how primary school and, after addressing
the city received its name, and he the pupils, asked, "What is the holi
responded with an offer of a por- day tomorrow ?'
trait of his kinsman if the city cared "Decoration day !" came from all
for the gift. Later this was re- "What do you do on Decoratior,
ceived and cared for.-Argonaut. day?"
"Decorate the soldiers' graves.
ighted. came in a chorus.
Pale of visage, slow of gait and "Why do you decorate their
sad of voice, a young man entered graves any more than others' "
the poetoffice and approached the This was a power, but finally aon
"registered" section with a bundle little fellow held up his hand.
of letters tied in a pink ribbon. "Well, sir, why is it ?" he was
"Here," he said wearily, holding Ad
them out. "I want to send these by "Bcanue they are dead and we
registered post. What do I do?"' ain'-t-'ipi ott'.
The clerk instructed him and vry Un a Oeet.
while he set to work with ealin is dollar that I hold in m
wax and paper proceeded to make had," he aid, "remind me of a
out the receipt. deep, dark, Mcandatlous seret."
"What are they worth ?" inquired Oh, eorge," his wife claimed
the clerk. dropping her hands in her l and
Ah," replied the young man sngforward eagerly, "tei mt
huskily, "that's the sad part of it! about itf
I thought they were worth 0,00, "Yes," he went on, "it remind
but then a bloated duke came along, me of a secret of that kind, becaub,
so what chance had I"--Landon it's so hard to keep."
And then she refused to speak t,*
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e st im INat oa. ast h r emd ae- eef g oft at fovwns abp ie
cibeld I bee1is ee Up aV w In at 6 east 10,me00
I s e t wt rhu-taa bles. It ies i coult n
S-- wo ft owMe tha eat thips crott al e 1ma-
e"tt stM 'e ta at Mt l a es than It mnt a
me my bdon & NO W cf t a on1 aW
T "agM w a l a att moha thaS $10.-
thm a 4drl a b, w m m Twe -m2aeatM thi yar.
I* %a oe tht as *t -r= dowma seeogtg to the go sI ==Wre esports,
SIr "t hse thdo emp totbb ,aon V bt at lst annr, t
mufi Is mp I itbh arh b elIt itht ot ty m r the nt
eindk that thb el a. 1 M be mar.
ba"a at not e ts han I eo ts a
poaI $ m a Ibar talol a4. -l e me
Sa.n pmoae a tbm laist mear, wtb
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vbea hr oa t aste a Dabbot puta
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A. matrEmma wAmM.G
tte below te record crop of 06
But there has been a shortage the
wheat crop all over the world for the
Iast two years ad It looks a f this
year's oel was going to be scat alo.
Outside of America, Europe depends
largely oa th vt wheatfM of
Argentina for her bred Thirty per
cent las wheat was own there this
year than hut, ad It i estlma that
the yield wil l be P0000 mbaas
less. All this beets the American
farmer.
The American farmer will gst over
$MW/000 o more for his crp of oats
ths year than e did last. In 8 t
yield was 7TA00a000 buel and It
sold for Sop'000,000 This years ea-
timate Is 6S/0OO busheas which at
the minimnm pri of 40 cents a bushel
would bring In the huge sm of SL,-
000,00. Only about a million and a
half busbels of oats are exported Not
all the rest goes to feed horses and
cattle by any means. The 200,000
automobiles tI this country have cut
down the number of horses and the
cons.hdption of oats correpondigly.
This decrease has been more than
made up. however, by human beings
eating more oats than they used to.
Many of the cereal breakfast foods are
made from oats. and their conump-
tion In that way cuts a big flgnre.
To recapitulate the way the record
runs In this year's increase in the
value of the four great staples, so that
the eye can take It in at a glance, here
are the figures:
eC6tton ............. ... ..0.00.
Cotton byproducts ......... .... .00t0.0000
Corn ............................... f 00
ts ............................ m 0.0
what ...................109.000.000
Total ................. ............... .00.00
Beside these, the crops of hay. altal-
fat potatoes, tobacco and the other
products of the soil' are either no lest,
or else far greater than usual. Ex-
lerts estimate that the added wealth
thWt these will stow away In the pock.
etq of the American farmer this year
will be not far from $100.000.000. Add
this to the total of the three great
cereals and cotton, and the total is a
thousand millions of dollars-the vast
gum by which the national wealth will
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FLYING MACHINE TARIFF.
A New Yrk Lawyer's Dilsry About
Payne SUIL
To prevent the same trouble In the
catoms service which grew out ao
dispute over the claslcatlon of auto-
mobles imported into this country
when those vehcles firt became of
geral use, the attention of congre
has been directed to the failure to
provide In the new tariffs b a clasli-
eation for fying machines, which have
come Intot such proma ce through
the work of the Wrights lenn Our-
tie a Blerlot and others.
"The work of the Wright and others
engaged ai avatio and especially the
feat of M. Blerot In lying across the
english channel" said Harvey T. An-
drews, a lawyer of New York, "re-
minds me of the trouble and .t.ialun
that aroe over the clansa cation of
automobis when they were rat Im-
ported. I was then attached to the
force of the appraiser of the pert, and
we had great dtUclty In arriving at
any deialte collusion because no pro-
vialo had been made for these ma-
chiness I t tariff law. Now congress
has Just agreed upon a rate for auto-
mobiles In the new bill which will
be of benefit to importers and will
not hurt Amnerican n-nqiufcturers, but
It has overlooked the most modern of
all inventions."
Mr. Andrews sent a telegram to
Chairman Payne of the ways and
means committee calling his attention
to the fact that no tariff wall against
fying machines had been erected.
Different Routes.
Charles, aged four, had quarreled
with his sister Louise, aged six, and
relations were strained. With a
truly feminine touch Louise at last
said solemnly:
"Charles, you're a naughty boy.
If you keep on acting that way
you'll never go to heaven."
"Don't want to," answered the
boy with a bold front.
"What! Not want to go to heaven
along with mamma and sister?"
"No!" snapped the belligerent
Charles. "I've made arrangements
to go with papa."-Woman's Home
Companion.


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*Mtim telis Am e agd e
Sa Wdk bu way v rascaME bm to
the -7m wsut ad am. I
Ales ,XML htar at iten namea
l. Two rstil a otild wnh his nh
Ie, 106l I !wa Uotea mewdab byha
willM atrpeopleIs18.L He mmas
Amda ad InF PamesB Austia ande nIe
Sled ad w eia e O mL teen vby
Mar tiMsnms- proWihimed bh kiln
S1A 8 asu called hao a costhta-
Uma siae1t2 hbuat it wp Inonamr e
eay. The res power In as dme -at
Isabel IIL was absoltly*An t hehands
at a palace amkr and the prisae
hood.l oAo f ws cleai r away by
the bbo srevelt, which pan-
dy Ou speak at as "MI Glorlos,"
ad Alnomo was ealles to the throne
as arictMy csitutonal onarch.
He kbma tosk part In the war
wheh eme for al put a eai the
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smo. nie o Wasr..
mrhina a of the arlist pDreten
who had for ao long steeped his ceom
try nbld.
His aft maria ended tr"gty.
After a time he married agait to
pl ease his ee the Anu on arch-
docbes who filled the difficult post of
reet during the minority his son.
He died while still In his frst youth.
after a short illness, leaving two young
4anghters and the possibility of a third
child. Alfonso XIII. was, In fact, born
a kig on May 17, 1886, six months
after his father's death.
Whie King Alfoao XII. wa called
to the throne at the early age of sev-
enteen, his on took the oath to ob-
Serve the cootltbuton, for there s no
ceremony of coronation in Spain,. when
only sixteen, and e has Just reached
his twenty-third birthday.
He married the Princess Ena Vic-
toria of England on May 21, 1906.
Three children hare been born to the
royal pair-the Prince of the Asturlas,


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OV1US TALL T3EESM ci 4er
Wends,.weAes_____ hed y -Is
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The -ocigofwell pow fkegs -u
8-sd a. pSM Ity
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It WI ramey atteam but y byI tit it
Me a&W@ saet esctiM bddbig amd i msv-wbau
g sgiesItamh be i qute d au b- 1
4011su10Y. OwgODtheP scareit? cN
Sa the great ae that is b ber --I mto-=C
log tames to tect ear Sowreto fom Ip d ci eeueW ibus
an Isodma' as and swry othr t ( a m
hem at os-tdma may towns
hemrwise Vol havebe b gla isOw j
bw* sbtdaied young bsent for the pu@6IIhed. it b
pose have ben.obftsi he o fosr n
luxury. Dut es aopes I, Ama1w Il
whic fbrnushs a strikiglutatm **
at whay be aoe two llshed In Use -
Magi"g bt a eaid of a. eectrical SIDIV

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were eonadered a part at the soll t-
self have been removed ftem remote
and oat of the way corners of the
town and made to beautify the public
park, the grooda of the public i-
brary and the lnclosre of the large
plant of a company which manufac-
tane electrical engine The town has
been made to assume an altogether
different appearance by the adoption
ef this method of moving trnes.

Strange Cause For Divere
A husband brought salt for divorce
against his wife in a Silesan court on
the ground that she had become "Intol-
erably thin." In his petitlk he tated
that when he married her sh was
naturally pleasing as to her figure, nor,
u the years went on, did this figure
change materially. This year she de-
ekled that she must accommodate- her-
self to the dress in fashion. She wish-
ed to excite the admiration er the envy
of her sisters. She was indetatighable
n her efforts to lose in weight. It the
morning she rode for three bouis o0
horsebaek. She played tennis for two
hours. She walked for an hout, and
several times In the day. A rigll diet
helped. She lost thirty-one pounds in
three months. Her height was flva
feet ten and she weighed only 133
pounds. The dress In fashion fitted
her, and great was her Joy. But it
failed to please her legal lordl; hence
the strange suit to separate ltr from
his "bed and board."
Joe and the Senator.
Although the hot weather has teen
severe on the statesmen at Washing-
ton during the tedious weeks of the
special session, it has not spoLelk tbh.
temper of all of them.


Joe, the best known and motr. pop
ular of the ntewsboys about cornrtes:
woke up one afternoon from his sit.-t
on the sun baked steps of the capite
to find that while he slept it had rait
ed pennies and nickels alt over hi
small person.
He doesn't know yet that Senate
Winthrop Murray Crane of Massa.chi
setts. happenit:2- to iass by while th
child slept. sprawkle on his back i
the sun with outsitrctreht arms an
legs. spreckled him all ,over wit th
mall coins and then. with th,.r
stood at a bit of distance to see wha
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A eem st"m0- mamisg
b wE autwmert w ile aU.s w
ipthat ef Mira lrm sanbt Wier
I Astow Hess4., gM atte OCOat at
lamue. o ubis ude adsa wml Ib
o-- l fsM tahe eW a ly sa mI Ekema
mku eiar iS a damager of i:odmaa
~mabar c4 9PW aI. whose
- ew KiD UIOaS to Mis: Violet
Cagfr aC New Work wua a Iweat
eewt eof nt- t social circle herf
sad ab lis Mt"emeam Is a fivor-
itM wth br grand father, the faiuom
inschatm priae, John lanamnakr.
at bas aidedm much aboad.
Maa Wiama Iter, saice the death
oatha lnt wife, a agubher of Ohbiris
nand ia- HBenry, as spent muatb of
A tinm In urope. He bha a beuti-
g*b b* *is am Pu t wl as oe In
Phladelphia, and t is salo th lt he


MISS =8X8AODA WANAMAKN.
life of any man in the Quaker City, a
sum considerably over a nillitn. As
a memorial t4 his tirst wife he erected
the Lady chalp-l ,f Sr. Mark'14 Epis?-c
pal church. I'hiladPllhia. auJ. made it
one of the most beautiful tits of ar
chitecture in the city. lie has since eri
riched its interior with rr.ancy tsati!
gifts, the most recent being a it sld
silver, gem Incrustid alta.'..
MLss Wa.namaker was presented Ii.
society about thret years ago. Sher -
a charming girl anri porsessed of many
accomplishments.
T)WVitt'. Little Farly :iwi,.er. thr plea.aunt,
saf@e .ure.. easy little liv, r pill. A .1A lve y,.,
may always d1.ii4I n p-,. ill any ua. whert
yolu ni-ed mf lve. h Ih-Witt's C'irholiazdl Wit'ch
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Freak lrriL Open Denial
Innaoen letter directed to the
editor of te Miami Metropolis,
Co'uti Iwra hank Clark denies the
ttememt made in that paper that
hB, lakrbad been "rebuked" by
* his colleagues for his course in con-
es on the aiff question and that
he bed ahabem defeated for re-elec-
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J.X Wsar N k N aft & -.9 Du s.D. B. "BB"
m S. Olm'b *add ta ntoT-
0. PrUieht 6 n A. lot 5, Waseg Sub Div. loa s.4
5saS blaok A
0. I PdIthL- ...---. S l Waae'i b Div. lots 4 5, ad
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R ILDa1l -Laob ,9, It 1, block 9
PMt.& M ILJ. atJ. f
SLt7, block 10
P. 4. W"tk T4 block IT..-------...
A. .K lot a, ai a lot block 1
CL dbn '* rJA1, blocks
A. 'l:r ---.Lt L L a. l I-ok .....
A.Q Iui -----L. i SMi a d blek is
LJ. W er Lot I, BabUsA ham's addition to

C.W. Qrisd T 5 madU bloek A. Fihser' *ddit
tomTuths
Jm.. sea. T S .ea k C, Feher'i addition to TI.
t..viA
iH --------
J. W. aemir LotA &bek Fiherws .addhii to Ti-
Unkaewa -- ---------A oek bo Fiaers addition to T-W
f rills
Unkaw ------....-..... ..8 t Joymrvlle addtin to TUs.
WAUkOa i .. ...N ad Ia lot 17, Joyerville ad.
ditm to Ttfville
Unamm .---- ------ _N i e 1m a&Ml lot 17, Jfmfra~l ad-
ditiotoTitrivulIe
Uakewa--.---....--...- i lt 1t, and mll lotsand N, Joyer-
ille addition toTItaosille
Z. Niehel.. T,4 7, Joynaerle addition to Titus-
vine
I. Niebsbom TItS, Joynerville addition to Ttus-
JfruL b Ilmr.--L- Af b Div. lotS JoymerUlie addi-
S e tllkiv ei ....
M. M. MNEBlro, .l-.A MS, Ju urrilie addition to Titrs-
lot- -.------
. Me[Bmrm------...-- s 1, Joyerville addition to Titus
ville-....---------.--
d. McDonald.-------Lot 2 Sub Div. lot B, Joynerville addi-
tion to Tituxville
ie Hal......-- --.... Lot 1 b Div. lta 38 to 42, Joynervile
addition to Ttsville-- -----........
AMd. GO a.....-------Lot4 Joynerville addition to TUs.
villi -------
Nim C. Fisher, Ex......---Lot 4, 0 51, Joynerville addition
to Titmville-- ....
am Gibsem lot 50, 4 enrdel's addition to Tituoville
J. F. Brown------...-. Lot 5K Berdell's addition to Titnsville.
Unknown --------. Rih' rS, 85 and a (ex. 8. 100 feet of
block W. and 3 right-of-way) plat
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Benj. Ho..-----------..All block 44, plat book I. pae 505, E.
of N. E. ..---..-...............-..
A. K. Hogg----------- Loa I to 1 incl., block 50, plat book I,
pa~e m06B a ofN. E. ..---.........


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J. N. WALLER, Manhal and Tax Collector.


tion, etc.
The following para.aphs of gen-
-ener l'interest are taken from Mr.
Oark's letter to the Metropolis:
Each deation in congress elects IK o
its wn member of the congressional $1c000 Cash-$50,000 in Stock
committee and such member holds
for two years. Two years ago Mr. of Th Miam Cycle Mf. Co, emas 10
Sparkman and Mr. Lamar elected a mally, is the offer made by the rgedt nu-
me as tMe Florida member of that, factuers of hihb rde wheels in te woerat
committee. When the committee
met two years ago to organize, I was
unanimously chosen over my protest T6 Bu at
as secretary: I accepted the position
as a duty placed upon me:by my Wold's Biccle
associates tnd served in that capaci-
ty, and in thie campaign last year not
only spent' many months of hard
work but more than a thousand dol- g pi"' n """" it crle h anger briac. at ordo. pr owis ir and in the
,.*r ts u i pr dasmy se,.s.. Ti, ,m, of ea loot powr is obined in the
lars of hard cash out of my own R ecyc.
pocket for the benefit of the Demo- 190M Modes are built with dr fo rged steel hads. crowns, and t post clusters.
critic cse a d frames ad of the highest grade seaml es English cold drawn seel tubing.
cratie skie. APyc6 aa early san-brealmble as money, material and wormanship will
"When my term expired a few permit. Aw are *hipped a oIvr the world, because of their reputation for
weeks ago and it became neenamry d. biltr wid y running.
for our delegation to again elect a c.. .. sEE I R.dcl. .d t fREE
member of this committee, both Col. cop" of -n. nT. 6 R ..Rwao s cd i co.
Sparkman and Mr. Mays expressed Racycles Sold by
the desire for me to retain the place. * *
I declined it and suggested that we Indian River Music House
leet Mr. Mays as the florida mem-Titusv e, Florida
ber of the iew committee. Colonel t ille, Florida
Spafkman agreed to this and Mr.
ays was elected.
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electric liat, steam and furnace heat; large fMalty; part
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southward, in a reteh of cleared
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hrath. LIfno addmntso r,thee
enwvato wil meet befo the first
.aet Jamnary opening up the canal
to a depth minuM mt for the im.
t nerd ao the mal comrpay.
Mr. Seth prk the cief ensi-
ner, b h planned theaontrtion
wok that the three exavators, and
the dredge South Carolina, will prae-
ctical complete the wok signed
thm at the same time.
Captain Sanders' camp is about
two miles from excavator No. 3 and
from the camp down Pablo creek to
the St. Johns river, following the
windioas of the creek from where
the caal enters it, issaid to be about
26 miles, but xcavator No. 4, which
has been at work since early in this
year, has made several cat-offs and
when through with the task assign-
ed will have shortened the direct
route, making the distance from the
north end of the canal to the river
approximately 18 miles.
Excavator No. 4 is dredging the
stretch adjacent to the St. Johns
where Pablo creek enters the river,
taking out the dirt to a depth of
about 6 feet.
the canal company is about to
construct a large suction dredge with
a 12-inch pipe, and this big machine
will be started from the St. Johns
and proceed along southward deep-
ening the canal from 6 to 8 feet as
necessary.
Pablo creek is one of the most en-
chanting streams in the South and
the entire trip from St. Augustine
to Jacksonville, when the canal is
completed, will be an attraction
which thousands of visitors will be
glad to enjoy.-St. Augustine Re-
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Bre d County School Board
Titville, Fla., Aug. 2 1909.
The Board of Public Instruct
met at 2 o'clock p. m., August 2nd,
190. Present B. Arnold, chair-
mn, Geo. Singleton, A. J. Carter
and John Walker, superintendent
and secretary. The minutes of the
lst regular eetig were read and
adopted. The trMea er presented
his report for the month of July,
1900, of the moneys received and
warrants paid during said month,
the seme was examined and found
correct and the redeemd warrants
duly cancelled and filed. The tax
collector presented his list of poll
taxes received during the month of
July, 1900, showing $3.00 for 1908.
To HON. A. A. irWART,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Sir:-
In compliance with chapter 4882 laws
of Florida, we hereby file with you the
following itemid statement of all
monies received, appropriations
made and warrants sued for the
month eding August sd, 1909.
mFIUCIAL SUMMArY.
Warrant otading lt Areport- $ ,519.08
insed this msstingl ..... 9
7,415.85
wa ts paid in July.--.--....
wutnow oatateadio......... 7..S



rote nhol fead.
Toal t-eer's lris-.............( e.OO
liJonessonm Mplim for No. _. .20
. Chadler, work on No. 10--.--- 15.00
.L B ady&Br.euap.for No. 101.- 1.90
8. J. Ovutrist.. for No.s ...... 46
J. Walker, alary for July-------- 75 00
SB. Arnold, per diem and ailese 17.0
0. 8ingleoa, perdiem and mileage 12t.0
A. J. Crtr, per diem and mileao.. 9.80
C. a Rockl.e Now pub. fa. t. 2.00
Florda Mr, prt bla and notirn .
Indian IBer t ank. intere -- .90
Brevard Ountry SatM Bak, int.. t.--- 1
John Henry, tpewrt in. for b. 3.00
A. 0. Frisk, wk o ool roand& 8 15.80
P. G. Walton, tornado insarance-7..... .00
La Arnold, ine. ep. for board .--- 5.00
Total iaue $ o0s.82
The bids for transportation of pu-
pils were opened and resulted as fol-
lows:
From LaGrange to Titusville, W.
L. Swindel, $26.00 per month.
From Sams Dock at Courtenay to
Cocoa, S. B. Fields, $70.00 per month.
From Dyals place at City Point to
Cocoa, E. E. Swinson, $64 per month.
From 25 mile post to Barton ave.,
thence to Cocoa, J. I. Swinson, $65
per month.
Tuesday morning, Aug. 3.
Board met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. Full board present. A peti-
tion from several citizens at La-
Grwtan i(n alr ltA e anslkn hI: lh^-


us-aim, wJIrg t Ure i ar ouisIaiimentii
aMI, Q rt Pe caTr of a school, read and rejected, as the
BTlawmlasrliom thm eya. so o echthe number of pupils represented by the
diseandporuoneof thelear. rheueis only one
way to care deane and that is by ontitu- petition would not constitute a legal
tonal redies. Deamm is *eased by an in- school.
famed condition of the amuous liing of the The question of tornado insurance
tahlan tbe. When thistabegetinamed was discussed and the board decided
yo have a rumbling und or imperfect hear- a ued and e or e e
i, and wha it is entirely closed deahe i to take a $12,000 policy.
the rest and nlemthe inflmmtiooa mcan be Letter from patrons of Eau Gallie
taken out and this tube restored to its normal school No. 22 relative to Japanese
condition, hearing wil be destroyed forever,
nine ems out of ten are cased by catarrh, attending said school was referred to
which is nothing but aninfamed conditionof the superintendent for further in-
the macos surkeem.
We will iv One Hundred Dollar for any vestigation. The board is unani-
e of a red byHail by rrh) thatad- mously opposed to the entrance of
cirelars, fre. Said pupils in the schools of this
F. J. CHENEY a O., Toledo, 4 county.


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1 it bM thove thM gap
thfruit pperw to at OeM stop
paldaghi, N Yorrit and ad hiveMrpo
dble eaort tod malto I fruit inmr
r native am t me nt rene a
fad wlrl reml tinthe uual way, i e,



lthy and li o d the d for itttt
So, It behooves the Florida grape
fruft shippers to at once stop all


If pro care methods of ds are used,



fruit from its fruit and se everyable pos-
tion, but ifareis not exercised, the
grape fruit to will hi found lyin
attractive manner mnd create a


hrolthy and lagg ingd, the aome it
f ou er care ad methodoi re ofd,
no country can displace or grape


Grovesm i present on the Isle pof
Pine, b in nearly i not evercsed, twthirds
grape fruit willnd on be fon-third lying
around, lagging behind, the same as


or oranges htoe bee do bein late
Groves are set out on the Isle of
Pines in nearly every case two-thirds
grape fruit and one-third oranges.
Tracts of 60 to 100 acres are being
set out in several sections of the is-
land. In one section alone there is
now planted, and will soon be bear-
ing, 4,000 grape fruit trees and
many thousand other trees are plant-
ed and will be planted this fall.
This isno scare story. It i mere-
ly to advise grape fruit growers to
look out. We do not fear California,
Cuba oranyoter place as far as
grape fruit is concerned, but the
'Yankees" on the Isle of Pines are
already claiming that they have
us beaten "hands down."
Naturally we feel like the fellow
from Miouri, who has "to be
asown," but it's just as well to be
prepared "po be shown" and not
have to take a back seat at theshow.
-Tampa Tribune.


LAIE VBRY IORNING
A Bad Back Is Always br in th
Koring. Tit esls People
are finding relief
Aback that aches all day and
causes discomfort at night is usually
worse in the morning. Makes you
feel as if you hadn't slept at all.
Can't cure a bad back until you
cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney
Pills cure sick kidneys-make yoi
feel better, work better, rest better
and sleep better.
Permanent cures in Titusville
prove the merit of Doan's.
Mrs. Calvin Hunt, of Tituaville,
says: "I suffered severely fromdull,
nagging backaches and there was al-
so a soreness and lameness across the
small of my back which bothered me
both day and night. If I stooped I
could hardly straighten and no posi-
tion I assumed was comfortable. My
housework became a burden and some
days I was hardly able to get about.
It was finally my good fortune to
hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I
procured a box. Since using them I
have been free from backache, the
lameness and soreness has vanished
and I can do my work with ease and
comfort. You are welcome to use
my name as I can recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills very highly."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-
and take no other.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Notice of Applicatio for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 48M8, Laws
of Florida
Notice is hereby given that J. M. Ennis.
purchaser of tax certificate No. 57, dated the
5th day of April. A. D., 1s92. has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard county.
Florida, :to-wit: N. W. i of 8. W. j sec-
tion 14, township 21 8., range 34 E. The said
land being aaessed at the date of the issuance
of such certificate in the name of Unknown
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Seto b ein your umbheetly Jo apbut
p e d l tm g salog wi th a pro
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l th elbow, hs eoat upot hir
a e a age straw hat uap he
beal. wheti a ti with perfect
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F*RW~4IIthISis very disaceful,
JeiL~.be red:
'o' uidah Ibt I sees what it be.
Ta let a talk pto soe. aofhekn
mm a I Enow she."in Theo ad-
whg the widow, Lh proceed:
MowIm tlye whit n be. You
btk to nlese. Now we've had
* in, u aia, d, aed aow wrre got a
e, .y we muSt make our hay.
SNeow your eorpsey he won't hurt
homes a wt day, 'tain't no odds to
StO. e bring your umbrellas, but
or hay 'd spile. Now, you take he
Some ad listen to reason. Your
old man he'd 'a' listened to reason.
ay's a thing as can only be made
when 'tis fine. 'Tain't no odds to
e s whether 't i wet or dryn.

John's aument that she was com-
plely d, and if the vicar had
aet insisted upon some of the hay-
wmaels being called in to dig the
h thoe funeral would have turned
1-again.-orahill Magainet
Milk andl MMl.
waom people believe that milk is
red iade and stored in the i dder
s tn mcow, simply awaiting the
milker. This impression is corret-

Sknown masetist, John Burroughs,
whosays: "Most peros think that
ivig down or holding up the ma k
by the ow is a voluntary act. In
fact, thy e an that the udder is a
ate a Mel i milk and that the
cow releases or withholds it just as
she chooses. But the udder is a
Smaufacntory. It is filled with blood
fmrom which the milk is manufac-
turd while you milk. This process
Controlled by the cow's nervous
system. When she is excited or in
any way disturbed, uas by a stranger
or by taking away her calf or any 1
other cause, the process is arrested
and the milk will not flow. The
nervous energy goes elsewhere. The
whole process is as involuntary as is
digestion in man and is disturbed or
arrested in about the same way."-
Indiana Farmer.
Predisposition to Disease.
Children are seldom born diseased.
They may be born with a tendency
to disease because one or both par-
r ents are suffering from it. As we
know, certain conditions favor the
development of certain diseases.
/ Place a child in conditions that have
produced disease in the parents, and
the tendency will be to produce the
same disease in the child. So we


sometimes find whole families die
of consumption or diphtheria or
something else, not because the dis-
ease was inherited or "caught," but
because the same conditions produce
the same result in all the cases.-
Nautilus.


His Lame Excuse.
"Gnrgnry," said Mrs. Squallop, "I
have just received a letter from
Aunt Abigail. She says that as we
don't seem to want her to come to
visit us this year she will postpone
it indefinitely. What does she mean
by that? I told you to write and
tell her to come at her own conven-
ience. Was that what you wrote to


f wq W As eu to
. th ftat set id next oor to
em~aIl, t aithe sealt was no
-of Wvaluable drt Ih later
y whbn be b Wme olebrated,
ad ql rmtis booan was no
~low t~he old mn, as
we d to .ca him would oiten re-
r to these uploits and a eart-
ily ove the myrdS ti th had
tu 5s1hel
"On oem occasion, to ginve you au
au-tration of his patience and fore-
th ht he was in a popular reort
ia 'big it and handed to notice
Ia bankbok lying n a dsk behind
the air. counter. The cover bore
pried number, w h was- in
h eight, d when he got out-
id Harmaun made a memorandum
of t in his notebook, together with
t address of the place. There was
t more than one chance in a hun-
d&d that their information would
ever be of an service to him, and
he Spl ied it awa, so to speak,
ferp feature reference.
fo ga y six months afer-
w hen was playing a return
ate in the a ty, nhe a party
Sfriends me by into this ident-
cal resort, and the proprietor, who
was present, was led up and in-
traduced. All hands st dwn at a
table, and, as usual, Herrmann was
Sto give an 7an of his
SHe performed verbal neat
ticks and, remarking that he
would wad up with a little exhibi-
tio of mind reading, asked the
ppetor to think of some number
t could afterward be verified.
Take the number of your bank
book,' he sug ted,if you remem-
ber what it i. 1 don't caml it af-
hand, but I can easily find out,' said
the proprietor, and, going over to
his ste, he unlocked sn inside com-
partment and privately inspect
the book. 'All right,' he said when
be returned to the table; am
thinking of the number now.'
"Herrmann took him by the
had, looked him in the eyes in his
peculiarly impressive fashion and
said, number is 129,068.'
IThat's right gasped the safe pro-
prietor in an awestruck voice. He
was absolutely stupefied with amaze-
ment, and so, for that matter, were
the others in the party. The fact
that the book had been locked in
the safe and the apparent impossi-
bility of Herrmann knowing any-
thing about it in advance made the
feat seem almost miraculous."-Ex-
change.

When to Cut leown-s.
The best time to cut flower is
early' the muotuig, while the dew
is upon them, or else during the
evening. As soon as cut the stems
should be placed in water, even if
in a temporary way, if not conven-
ient to arrange them at once in
their proper positions.
When the flowers have to be pack-
ed early in the morning to be sent a
long distance they must be cut extra
early or, what is better, cut the pre-
vious evening and placed in water
all night in a cool place which can
be kept close. In this way they ab-
sorb all the water it is possible for
them to do, being consequently
fresher when unpacked.--Gardening
Illustrated.
Clever Responses.
An Americ.an orator in endeavor-


ing to respond to a toast frankly ac-
knowledged his incapacity in this
unique manner: "Ladies and gentle-
men, I am the possesor of a gigan-
tic intellect, but just at this moment
I haven't got it about me."
Tallyrand got out of a similar dif-
ficulty by a successful ruse. In re-
sponding to his health being drunk
he got up before the applause sub-
sided, mumbled, but spoke nothing,
made a bow and sat down, at which
the applause redoubled.-London
Tit-Bits.


Disagreeable at Home
Lmats ofmern and wnmn w.hn ama sar mi


eo zkaM desription of home
Ilie in in 180, which she
took from the a"main of a High-
Isad Lady"
"Althu M ide m aili g, we in
berted a Oelif pu'atitatio,
deSaUdinM great cae dura ouin r in-
fancy. In those days it wa fah-
ioan to tae no care of it. ,ll chil-
dren alike were plunged into the
coldeat water, sent abroad in the
wot weather, fed on the soe food.
Our life wa one long misery.
"In town a large long tab tood
in the kitchen court, the ice on the
top of which had often to be bro-
ken before our horrid plnge into
it. We were brought down from the
very top of the house, four pairs of
stairN with only a cotton cloak ever
or nightgowns, jst to chill us
eompl before the dreadful
o How I screamed, begged,
prayed, treated to be saved I All
no use!
"Nearly senseless, I have been
taken to the housekeepers room,
which was always warm, to be dried.
Revived by the fre, we were enabled
to endure the next bit of martyr-
dom, an hour upon the low sofa, our
books in our hands, while our cold
breakfast was prepri My stom-
ach acting milk, bread and tears
generally did for me."
Six yeas later in the highland
home austerities seem still part of
the edweatiop:
"In winter we roe without candle
or fir or warm water, and really in
the highland winters, when the
breath-Jr m on the sheets and the
water in the jugs became cakes of
ice, washing was a very cruel neces-
As we coul4 play our scales in
the dark, the two pianofortes and
the harp began the day's work. How
very near crying was the one whose
turn set her at the harp I The
strings cut the poor, cold fingers.
Martyr the rst sat in the dining
room at the harp. Martyr the sec-
ond put her blue fingers on the keys
of the grand pianoforte in the
drawing room."
The Unconquoable Fo.
John Bright once described the
variety of stage fright with which'
he was familiar with a telling and
quotable point. He was discussing
public speaking with George Daw-
son, an eminent Englishman of his
day, when, according to a paragraph
in the late David Christie Murray's
"Becollections," he said:
"Tell, me, friend George-you
have, I suppose, as large an experi-
enoe in public speaking as any man
in England-have you any acquaint-
ance with the old nervous tremor?"
"No," Dawson replied, "or if I
have it is a mere momentary qualm,
which is gone before I can realize
it."
"Now, for my part," said the
great tribune, "I have had practice
enough, but I have never risen to
address an audience, large or small,
without experiencing a shaking at
the knees and a sense of a scientific
vacuum behind the waistcoat."

Are Soups Digestible?
There are varied opinions about
the digestibility of soups. Some
physicians disapprove of them for
weak stomachs, and all physicians
condemn them for obesity. Milk or


cream soups, purees they are called.
are wholesome and easily digested.
but meat soups have a tendency to
give an ovesupply of uric acid, just
as has meat itself. Therefore those
with a tendency to rheumatism or
diabetes should eat sparingly of it.
Soup is thought to be more digesti-
ble if it is eaten very slowly. Hold
each spoonful in the mouth for a
few seconds before swallowing. Thii,
simple precaution has in many c a-e-
enabled those who thought th I
could not eat any kind of soup t ,
take it without bad effect.-New
York Pre-s.

Washington Once Gave Up


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er-Yes, but my telling you the
world is round doesn't make it
round. How do I know it's round?
Tommy-I suppose somebody told
you.-i unsey's Magazine.

Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA

A Mysterious Visitor,
New Servant Please, mum,
there's a strange lady downstairs,
and she didn't have no card. She
took of her things, as if she intend-
ed to stay, and she looked around the i ,l
room with her nose in the air, as if C A
things wasn't good enough for her, I
and she rubbed the winder to see if -
it was clean, and she peeped in the fa, .IB r
dark corners and then looked at the Tali ad
dust on her fingers and sniffed. a **L
Mistress-I can't imagine who and t
the creature can be. My husband's
mother and sisters are away.-Ex- r a *- O-AP-
change. CT"


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Ka me ith i It ca onlys Iy t t

a wi ed thin to do.i "

A boy t "trfer theu o "thero i S SS
day upon hi riht arm and imme-
dately afterward tied the uroal rd
ibnM arund the ietI one. I

The doctor isited him the next
da to note prOg e.
ribbon on the vrong uan."
"No," mid the mart boy; "you
don't know the chapi at our school."
-London Tit-Bits. I* IUmse whom m *L_ ah L
aa ,oeked t,,g toId'"
TeImw a rd my. i.- ew
Teacher-Tommy, can you tell ^ DTU u A
me what shape the world as? Tom-
my-It as round. Teacher-How do ie s e mmsn we .
you know it i round Tommy- ov- a -.
Becaue you told me yourself. Teach-


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Nm smia d% n itwv
*nk hepeesssse


C vmt back to bi
Stii dish unpechd and
~~~idft &AM m
wz tE foot of "a &t
dlo~. The nmat dew the


Me* 1- bwMht baek s rehml to
t.. Blt at Its the widow*s ma-
ptwere ovew m* w
thslanni, with his Italian cn-
I^CM ad plwhoned the whole an air
.. 6PSn the hl oad the old
w4a shtva vu nt tal were hi
adb h Innknl the buar paey'
mu&h larger -a tan he vwouY
ewb ha dd em and dish been
ed te The Italian a op
'Is sdem bad hken in am of
It6 miat 4ette af bamines men

Ae-i owso
"It is a moch iampler thing tc
oemot thandto act dares a writ
er in the Yorkadide NPot on
!Amateu r n the Ste. In this
eomAeeta, he add, then i a good
-try told aof Sir W. Olbertt
hbel aof "t Yemen at the
Q d" at the Savo. A gentlema
of the aons who had a very main
pat maw his Mtrmla ian moet
tred am r, amb et the

Pl=e edWNr like thiL"
aid GoQbrt "We do&'t wat ay
eoio bean miness' here .
"I beg your pedem, reied the
abashed chorus pmtlemaaL "I
thought you meant the prt t be

t 1o I do, bat I den't wat
yo to tell h e yaa te thed
fumj an, Sat bsi Wit ot itf
y. m are, mA gh."
At tfe AIow
W o have this waen to

^"t's what I lwed I M .W
*Wil y. lee, hoer ad obeJ
hfrr
'AMat you got that switched


he t tT Ab fos T pbit t' ( M e-
Bg.mit eres he, l ting e-a e .ir w h o t a ut If a-



stres:" the. th nted poieg of ti of
siO Sold Mei t e batask osold
mili U dril. Bo led eh 1tai tW dOS
a n tade htodAt Ne 1hhod~ the talte
al ti un od Ma id adia te fl.
et an anh tat sad qopgm wIe144h ap hh Kit
at = bed eles et &.tto"
i a-, seof s. Som OO. ilmbiaedn to Em-
ranm that e d m 1 0ea i ao hel hate






vou hMM wbe mMoe ko m T bt Kit Careu ws em o
/ b 1 pedw o ntrd ion
Qwg is a POW. xad atot tNO 6 tht61 B16


b W PO OL I BoHewa dd tae to KMat


look B t altay manbo'i Oe. The pae the ram t exf
kplored it Omn n had disdsUon
S iarge era be plMentinfl ybe n beore, mad on l bat Masi
m,*set m of thme noted explaering Speedi m ao
hi m a. Thes poblOem crt mant KiUt arBo wha the tre
at k Thwu U bemiS att Ga t sad intiemato tria d. Tbpt
a ed f an in the market a oe bly og w-qai s thieh lt
j a d as btrs tTo.e Oeueat di aot ieShdoe mwte
Sr th eeV tines more the erwt t aadir the lf




b thtf d~d hi sid vwfrb BMt OsMBI I
aN ,lay nsi fea hint dookl eu a t Y "Ian

ro ainrtow. w pand g to- hao aireoo d o was t
ITo*trk Sum. &a wiithot fofd, at a me. hay
S-. opt moving towrd his det ion
n Aee at hos p ectiti. chs. whether aoro the heate d an d ard



Sab wirea ooneman current tY inupird men who omase
I fa th power station. Thinking would have given pin dar.

I heing ked if the wire tofote, he ably had no equale-Boston lob
,wau fooid enough to plae hiA
Shnd on the wi. The pa wasnt r v A wt
Sdisetroas. Both mahout and ele- An Agtr n p rne once nt his
phant were knocked down wirnstel srvant to a pointer remarkable for
and lay iuensible. The elephant his idleness as well as skill ad gav
after a short while oup and rh- him t picture to gopyt. It wte
a ed beat awere da d reca- ndopautin t aisd tOumtole In a
sing arr poutr, t. in iwe md re o de thed mrnt went to *ee
Scarer. Arra most eating chae what prgre had been made and
the mrisetracted elephant wru i the prnformed tm rinees
S n thed mean of two oter ele that all was done but one himney,
phant Ad.- nodd two o n which the inter was then em-
yployed. A We aed, and the ac-
so tat waa not returned. The pice
A. hideralpha i boy and his Aunt then reed to g himself did
aide who were visiting rela-. o and found the artist till at the
Stiw at a country home, were onea founihd chimney. "iow is thio'
Sda cromag a pasture together. "id the prince evenly-all this
t aO thek weroe half wy across time employed on one chimney?"
SAat Adlde noticed two oen "I hare been obliged to do and
I d paedt doubthellym ndo it yoerul time,n" said the art-
r.m not lre thaat it's decent to ist.
o pat thaoe oxem- H Warry he aid, '"or what reason anked the
Swhereun Barry tightended hi hold prince.
ea h ant had b courgy hou "Bellue," Mid the artist coolly,
Deat be arad of t oxe, "I fond that it smroed M
mad Tib id e. "they wenit hart

I wa afM atd fea. I didn't dae Did y0o haP to notice that
te~o batof them, sadIdidal dae drk, habdome l who went out
go nt at o f bkfut I thought t yea pne mrqpird the
et a wat led-I limpraw bokadwerbairtrat to a chance


rweb a a kbotc ootnb hoawe "Wdl,- id the brooknller-. a^


ad it befe diner oe eeing sistant, "he ha a very interesting
two cedoas of the hest-oe of history indeed "
h ther t aa m ofa 'thfami- le other smiled the hrwing
arrived eneaptedl. h y be- smile of the born goesp ad mank
fore dimmer was ananed the but- h is voice to w hiD
lr t the young lady and d am "An interesting hi y, h? How
to r bher .l e *tiIy: jo aou knowr"
"We a n yesterday's "Beuse I sold it to her a few
mp m n' f r there hodna minutes before you camo said
be earhl ye mao deAline." &e ormt hopm n. "We've got
"De mee sopr exlmd the some mor left Lrke to e moer"
vono ladv. much ained. "But. But the chance~ s auaintace had


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SPALDIN 'SOF


| Sporting Goods
Is what you need Mr. Florida Merch-
ant to make youi investment in this
stock a success.

The But Qullty, he Bat Inm, e Bat Proats

We'are agents for the State
We sell at factory Proies
.We save you freight

THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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tMuesays, Thunisisys andUsulaye, dep&Mtuhe= romKy West.
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The the hams hIa1 th w to .a r
Mr. Oi. satlfti s at omm an*l i
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Mr. A. 0. ie at we at m and
by Pat?* P lawt i oa ngoead m p
Mr. E HL, Maexwl, wh ha had
berge ithd eum atiSSW bre, in

Ms. 0. W h eds Itolor aw
hom. Itan oms ie, p-leoatdwell
aaddi y a leeated& Her drothr,
Mr. A. I trm, ad MbJ 0. lBldwi

Ore baWla bop ham bed ub a
bn aW M r that they hve t bad







e.. t
-& -m toi devote sto. bsedall prie-

We have ld asoe doeli htl ast
wlb oflae, bat we ad rain
The Oy Point people ar building
hao pe f B ea Mr. J. D. oter i
Ptb as rbo Ma (rove BeW.
Mrte .&Joone and ahildrem ao
Ihoame ft raeaaat visit toba Angus-
time, whoe aB vintsd In eam y with
Mr. J. DBrown, of TItlliDe.
Tie dabh hois a Oleander point is



ThL Ia h L ee a eape rV. Hi Ind
mefaly wa ai t own o Sunday.
T Mr. K T. r wlme ia inCocoa fee
more, having spent the mumamer in
Tampa.
Mrs. J. Paine ls attsndingfto buWinems
at Mrs. Hil' mi ullnery storeduring her
abme ne inDemoraa t, Gea
Mayer FuqrgAo and dagahtr, of
Mebormne, wa visitors in town last

Mr. T. H. Sade, of Ianola, visit
ed with daughter, Mrs. E C. John-
so ht weekO.
The Cocoa library building i about
completed, ad we expect it i the finest
in te sat's for the mie of the town.
The eletric Bght havebeen installed,
ad ast mon as the book alsd furisah-
i. ae ia placb e Mrs. G. W. Pateson,
preridet of te library amoiation, will
leave for a much needed rest at Inilan
Springs, Ga.
5oldir Balks Death Plot
It semed to J. A. Stone, a civil war veter-
an. of Kemp, Tex, thata plot existed. between
a desperate lung tnouble and the grave to
cause his death. I contracted a stubborn
cold," he writes "that developed a eough that
stock to me, in spite of an remedies, for
ears. My weight ran down to 180 aonds.
en I anto uns Dr. Kin New INMV.
ery. which restored my health completely.
I now weigh 178 pounda." For severe colds,
obstinate coughsa hemorrhages, asthma, and
to prevent pneumonia it's univeral. Me and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ban-
ner Drug store.


Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy,
pimply completion, headaches, nausea, in-
dixevton. Thin blood makesyou weak. pale,
sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters make the
blood rich. red, pure-restores perfect health.
INDIANOLA
Miss Margarette Mitchell, of Cocoa,
spent a couple of weeks with her aunt,
Mrs. W. Wallace, returning home Satur-
day.
Mrs. A. S. Humphrys spent one day
last week with her niece, Mrs. J. M.
Field, at Cocoa.
Mr. E. Madison has the contract to
paint the Indianola Club House.
Capt. Bart Field had a jolly crowd of
about twenty on his boat Sunday, bound
fn. fla..auiMn


w w m.Ma in. .t
r. m. ifa' Wk nur m a.
IL ae MI tr ab tla w ksu


k. ia IU. amT. MagW e m
Mir. a V. HMon ry sub ad bip
s tdo i ftao Cury e at "t W .

eDa g = M Jm Taylor lot Mo
my.
Mn. LA Walke was -, ,ima in

Capt. e o to a rtyoffrioda
tai twins LIa enekIt t wees.
Mr. P irost n v ry tb=7 dya
wile Mr. CoprM ad r.d fRamefy a
qrMa tii vacrtade at Arteda.







h h 7 knwoo mtae ne,.
,r. Ball Ln e o"rMAdo p
ro ou te t, s. F. .An




i ab r ta st o. I. r m
te Git y wi be e tmI pa brehtto ther-
des for & L. Jcffou t-wqk.
Chm id Fhits Bu"ehar ancleaning
up ad, prepariBg for a fall crop.
I. C. BMr mad B aW. sonm spet
Friday in ArtamL getting ot cedar
pots n d d b wat k bo o
Mr. J. B. Batyer and of amy deputed
Thadae, Mr. Butler having aepted


It ia reported that 0. F. Qoarterman
who been winh Wmet Pdalhm Bec b the
pat year, wi nbe the new arit tant

The new lamp for the llghthoe ar-
rived Tueday. Keeper Honeywell may
that it will be ten times as bright as the
prent on, and will burn only 600 gl-
a of l a year istad of20 M 0, a the
pre ent one.
The mer t ofa ng Life
A French ieasatt htli. a resdi p secret
of lelsoH. His method deals with the blood.
But lon am million of Americans had prov-
ed ecric Bitter prolongs life ad makes it
worth living. It prices enarices and vital-
ses te blood, reboild wasted nervoeells,
impart life ad tone to theatie te.
Its a godsend t oweaksiand debilitated
ople. 'Kidney trouble had blighted my
four moths," wria W. M. Sherman, of
Ouhing, Me, "-but Electric Bitters cured me
entirely." Only o Sat Banner Drug Store.
So- itehscinginstantly. Ours piles, eae-
ma It rheam. better, itheb, hives, herpes,
caMbl Doan's Ointment At any drug store.
AU )AT.TYT


Miss Grace Jacobs, of Fort Pierce,
spent Tuesday in town and left Wed-
nemday for Orlando.
R. P. Macy and wife arrived Thurs-
day from Rockledge and have moved to
Military Park, where Mr. Macy takes
charge ot the place. 0
Mr. Ohi is spending a few days this
week at Yamato.
Mrs. Thiot returned Tuesday from a
months' outing in Georgia.
Rev. J. B. Hawk and family left
Saturday for a trip to the mountains.
R. S. Snell left Tuesday for Titusville
where he will be at work for a few
weeks.
Sadie Snell spent part of this week in
Malabar.
E. Beatie arrived Sunday from Geor-
gia, having accepted a position as book-
keeper with the E. C. Lumber and Sup-
ply Co.
Cecil Burton, of Oak Hill, is spending
a few days in town with friends.
G. F. Paddison and family left Tues-
day for a two months' rest and vaca-
tion. They will visit in Washington,
Ga., before going to Seattle, Washing-
ton, where they will spend some time.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whilden,
on Thursday. Anr. 5th. a rirl.


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served in the dining mem a whieh all
partook. Good-be were aid to Rev.
lawk sad amily before their depar-
tars.
A erection clb, or bLaket bll club,
w- aM Tuesday evening at
thel h eed eM . W. Chr. ta, with
an earllet of ffteen members.
An Epwrth League odeal will be
sivea t te ho me ot Mrs C. C. Ho-.
tea a- t Tuesday evening. All am
emrdiy invetd
Mia LUS Zoumnalt of Leon City,
stopped on ber return home from Phil-
delphi Monday with Mrs. B. M. Stew-
art.
T. W. Mathes left Thurday for a
trip to Now York and other pointL.
John Booth speat the week end of
last week in Jakaoimvile.

YOUNG MEN, LEARN
TELEGRAPHY!

TELEGRAPH OPERATORS ARE
IN GREAT DEMAND!!
BOYS THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
to learn a t-da trade that pay a good
salay every mow t tb te yar. The will
be a nater deaad for TelegraAp Operate
this Fall ad Winter than ter as been for
many yea ps The proamiaet railroads of
the Soath and other part of the United States
an writing a to qualify a many young men
of good charter for their service as we poa-
sibly an. We trust that the reliable, ambit-
ios boys of the Sooth will rally to this golden
opportality.
Our students quality for service in only
for to six mouths. We guarantee positions.
Graduates being on 45 to S5 per moth; easy
and pleasant work; permanent employment;
rapid promotion.
Our tuition is reasonable; board at low
rates; Newan is extremely healthful; fine
climate; excellent drinking water. Write at
once for our new illustrated catalog. A let-
ter or postalwill bring it. IT IS FREE.

Southern School of Telegaphy
Box 171 IBEA1 GEORGIU

HENRY RIVERS
Tonsorial Parlors
Corner Julia and Palm Streets, one block east
from Railway Station
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Fashionable Hair Cutting and
General Barbering
One visit and you become a Staunch Patron

East Coast Meat Market
G. F. DUVBN, AGENT

SFlorida and

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leats

of all Kinds.

TITUBVILLI, FLORIDA

O. A. STEWART


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Our Stock of
Guns and Sporting Goods
is complete at all time

Paints and .Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties
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Quotation for larh or mall or wil
be given personal attention. Mail rd
solicited and prompty filled

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E. L. BRADY & BRO.

Groceries, Hay, Grbn ad ill Food b t s
We handle prodaee &ofk a kids. W a r Iapes' pTIMMi Wede t e iselyW
in the above lines of odlaad e a -- Wae s a Imr p
Grain and all Grocrie delivered at p station. K. L BRADY &A 0.. Tr n
D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. 8PELL, B-egished mmaes

BANNER DRUG STORE
Jrl tvilute, -~O~.
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemaical
Mail orders soliited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock


John L. Van De Veer


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TITUSVILLE ICE CO.
Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
Prompt Deliveri Made to all Shipping Ponts the PFlriid Bast Cast


INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries
at Competitive Pricee_ -_
GASOLINE, CYLIuDER OIL, CUP OGRASE, ETC.
ALLENHURST, FLA. ------ --- -- -- -~- -

EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.


Lumber and Building Material
Yards at Eau Gallie, Cocoa and Fort Pierce
Orders for carload lots and house bills
delivered direct from the mill

THE NEW FORD MODEL "T" AT $825.M
'is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
as to the new styles and models given at any time by
E. B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.


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