Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 08 20, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00715
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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TITBsVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 80, 1909,


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Mr. GonC. Tl, a n Go uas,
was i Tithve Mnedty.
Have yes m at speel sale oGer
of tat Km 's ts wk?
Mr. G. W. Haafrd is eO a visit tof
sevsl wks to Green Cove Springs.

s mand prI was town town We -
Mr. ihyintdryes etau ainpeytor o.
d dsa yusstseds.
e. v. B.. Browa, of Orade, for-
merly of Ttosvt, is spending a few
.t ia Jac. in o Ble i ls week.

: 1^ fDurS Flo rida boy uable to pay
fA l mnst' Write for inormatioa.
Ms. J. P. rown and two children,
satL Ms. . Joeas, Jr., of Quay,
left Wedsday for Wite Springs for
avisMt.
Messrs. P. MeMullen, Harry Jeo-
ales, G. Sailor, 8am Jenoins sad
CoL G more, a ot Walton, spentlast
Pridayintowmn
Work on the extension of the city
desk to the channel b comment Tes-
day, ead wll be pm id forward as
rapidly as poSDi.l.
Mr. Gee.-W. Seobe left Monday for
Norfolk, Va., where basnes- affairs
called Mm for a few days. He expects
to rern home about next Monday or
hTesday.
Master Wilsoa 'ylor anived home
Satrdar Wih frm Detroit D where e
ad beenO msat tidSd vIt to I
aat. Dr. Hetm Beadle. He ales s ent I
svral weks at alt bt& Maris, Mich ,
r sleep be left tinmtvl t the tter part
of may.
The posteev departLmtt f advertia -
. gfor bids to eury the ail oU week
days only between Shlob and Tituaville
in stable team or powerboats, this
S eringcine Cliftn a adjAlanhurt,
S to cmm c Sept-mbr 13th.


In a recent examlnauti foepollemen
t of the city of Passaola some of the
force answered that McKinley was prei-
dent of the United States, and that
Washington was the capital of Florida.
The press of that city calls for removal
of men so grossly hnorwt
SMr. L. Brady returned home from
North Carolina and Tennessee Saturday
night, leaving Mrs. Brady and little
Lucile with Mrs. Brady's mother in
Tennessse where they will probably re-
main until about the first of October.
Mr. Brady went to Miami Monday night.
The yard about the Titusville high
school has been filled in and planted
with Bermuda grass, the front porch
steps are being renewed and anew gate
-way is being built, also the fence is to
be repaired, in readiness for the open-
ing of the school about the middle of
September.
Miss Maggie Collins entertained a
number of young folks at a ring carom
and hearts party at her home Wednes-
day evening, in honor of her friends the
Misses Lottie and May Leonardy, of
Osteen. Delicious refreshments were
served. Mis Lottie returned home
this morning.
Bargains in every department at
Kline's this week.
For Sale
Lot 29, Quimby plot, Aurantia, 10
acres, valued by commissioners at
fifty dollars, which claim is not too
high, will sell for twenty-five dollars.
Address J. J. NEEMON,
13 Lake Place, New Haven, Conn.
Will Cut Stove Wood
If there is anybody who wants
stove wood cut please hire G. W.
Hart. He will cut from one hun-
dred strands on up. Inquire at the
blacksmith shop.
0_ W. HART.


Clearance Sale
of the ason's latest straw ad Pan-
ma hat
In orertodlomeoutmadtb carry
or no summer at, we eler for
the mouth of August:
60 cent straw hate 2Sc
m0 t $.00, 10 straw hats Nc
=MOi.H es n straw hats
.00 genuine Panama hats 429
L aide that hot winter hat, and
get o of the above latest stys.
WINSTON S. BANNING
STYLE AUD SQAUT
Titeville, Florida.


The Stetson Normal School
The Stetson Norsal School ad
Teachers' College has issued a b&l-
letin anouadg courses and faculty
for the combg year.
The University has 49 professors
and instructor 30 of these devote
their whole or part of their time to
work of instruction in the Normal
School and Teachers' College. The
instrucs in charge of the profes-
sional subjects ar men and women
who have had years of sucmceful ex-
perience in public work.
Orange Grower Attention
J. A. Reid, state organizer, wih
again address the growers of the
Est Goast at the court house at
Titusville Monday, Aug. 28rd, 7:
p. m., for the purpose of organizing
sub exchanges under the Florida
Citrus Exchange. This will be Mr.
Reid's last address at present in
Florid as he leaves on Tuesday for
California..
It is me to organise from the
low prices that were reeived the past
two ears. If Florida can't hanude
her five orsix million boxesof or-
anges now, what will we do when we
have twice and three times that
many? It is high time we orinizPed.
P. W. ROBERTS
Mims, Fla., Aug. 16th, 1909.
An Appaaching rriage I
Invitations are now out to the ap-
proaching marriage of Mr. Charles
H. Walton, of this place, who will
marry Miss Wilhelmina Eleanor
Mack,daughter of that well known in-
ventor of thejocomotive injector,etc.,
Mr. William Blane Mack, deceased,
whose Pittaburg (Pa.) partner was
Mr. John H. Flagler, cousin of Mr.
Henry M. Flagler. The event will
take place at "The 'Poplars," Read-
itg, Mass.,.on Wednesday, August
25th. For a number of years Miss
Mack has made her home with her
sister, Dr. Helen G. Flagler-Mack, a
well known physician of Cambridge.
As a singer, Miss Mack is favorably
known, for she formerly was the
leader of 160 sopranos of the Handel
and Haydn Society, of Boston, and
has sung in a number of Massachu-
setts churches with much success.
A month or two after the marriage,
Mr. and Mrs. Walton will leave the
north for Titusville, where they will
occupy the elegant two-story stone
residence byilt this summer by Mr.
Walton.
5 or 6 doses 666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
Try a grape float at our fountain.
You will like it.
BANNER DRUG STORE.
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.
Good Shoe Repairing
Northern German shoemaker now
located in little building on street
leading to Hotel Dixie, commencing
work May 22nd. First class work.
F. BLECK.


Orange and Grapefruit Trees


is $100.00, te other 75.00. Price to
Notice Orange Growers ran on Indian river some years ago, one person, $125.00, CASH. First
There will be an adjourned meet- now seems to be a hoo doo. Three money gets them.
ing of the Citrus Fruit Exchange years ago she went down off Elliot's MRS. F. M. TAYLOR,
Monday evening, Aug. 23rd, in the Key in a hurricane when 27 men lost Titusville, Fla.
court house after speaking by State their lives. A few months ago the For Sale Cheap
Organizer Reid. Everyonecordially boat met with an accident and went or e h
invited to attend. One good mare, one light spring
COMMITTEE. to the bottom at Spanish Harbor. wagon, one buggy in good running
CI'miEE. .wagon, one buggy in good running
Thursday of last week the cylinder order, all for $75.00 cash.
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't head burst; the machinery was badly J. D. ENNIS.
Men's neglige shirts, made of an damaged and many parts destroyed
excellent quality of percale, the fa- and Alex McDonald, the engineer, For Sale Cheap for Cash
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mous rrincey snirts, wortn 7 cents
and $1.00, Monday only 5M cents each.
Men's clothing at a greatly re-


was hurled off the boat into the man-
groves receiving serious injuries, and
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lHD M R Mo ta lot madeL ad f orth c.
I tooh, 1ade ,tk. hmo m 0,f e0 75
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yUhaf Cimrui U1triimed airyandlaos TnflnSiMfUe
Mr. W. E. GofL ith left Sundm for itin worth $o D.Mnr. s t, T1ens.
Mn.m W. dUK Another lot, worth 00, fwor 9. .
U ttB a cWiAnother t,.worth $p50, forwd p. ym : that spsoqr
Mr. L. W. DooBttle spent part of Corset covers, all lace front, worth of skirts at Kis tMhs wedt ?
Monday in Daytona 75e, for 5t Mr. Henry a C-le worried Wed-
Miss MargueWte orwood went to Anothor lot with embroider and seday from a say af throw wem at
Cocoa yesterday on visit to her sister, lae trtnhU, worth f e, or Indl Srin
j J Mitchll Ladie'unden .twithfouo Mr. rman S160 o Gal-
Ms. Js. Mith. of ace insertia,, worth $1.50. for M. sk oaf Be
Mr. Rufts M. Robbns arrived home c. Bei taow thb~ wk on amit to Ws
Saturday night from New York City, Another lot, worth$2.50, for lM mother at LaGrq W.
via ClydHner Irgquobs. Another lot, worth $8.50, for $ZA Messe. Chs. Lad, C. H. AIt d a
Mr. L A. Brady has had his wharf .i' vKLIns, J.L ,Drim of Orim w me ist-e
extemled about 15 feet further out into 'tsvlle,. lorida. d at the Hotel DdeN Monday.
the rive, ivp him i all a dock about Ti tuaville ef. t M Cocoa. Robaspnt
800 feet long. ofituvi e Ja u Cuco ae the frt of tM
Rev. Wn. Stones, wife and dz wtr, Eight to five infavor of Titusvi wek oar siMsne, mmaig W day
sabeth, returned nefromDaytea Bea. was the result of the contest yestes afsrar oes
Saturday where they had been on a visit dy afternoon between the locals i W rlen Wilm er rivd hoiefroe
to Mr. Fred Stones and family. amd the Cocoa baseball team. .ia- __ Sundaywareu .h bmle min
Mrs. 0. A. Quaterma, of Chester It was a hard fought game from r oq etat Iediwiit to heristr,.
Shoal, left Saturday night for Lemon start to finish and the visiting club Mrs. C. Thoans
City, where she will visit her son, Lan- had a powerful nine, but they could IMr. M T. Jones summed Wededay
nie, for about two weeks at the house not do anything with tuasville. .a m I dn S1prit:- wber s spent
ofrefuge. Of course the score was higher er. wee ks and s tast he bfei as
Ay intelligent perso may earn a than it should have been on both: well O tim*e in tsWme ycs .-
good inomnem orrspondrh for nwsp- sides, but-it was due- to handling a< The water bom has. Ioested a
pes; experiene nne ry. Send wet ba l after the shower, andto i, trpi a dlturbane- th od Porto
stamp for particulars. empire Press e a le errors. .io m em wtwe t and har given
Snd-TicN Middlepot Y. m sade errors. 111m1ts t
yshaate( rMiddleport N.. r Up to the fifth iming the Coeoa, wa1 to aln F I or watch
The shower which strmk this place twf failed to score. Titusville got. co hr frthr 0- 4
last Priday was preceded by heavy to The bw baroers for t. month
lightning which played havoc with the twa in the third ad one in the ~oday rl, read-
electric light company, burning out the forth- Errors on the part of the ) be ewhib was o-a ioned
fuse in several dwellings sad c.pplirm locals in the fifth enabled the visitors. i the f o ithe s es from
the street circuit so that no street lights totie, then the Invinibles went to abuth chom a to r eumt,. with
were oa that night. wrk with a will and made four inexcessmi rsinfa1 ia~Ne Yor' state.
Church N th xth. Prom th uma the re Prr- J.LL Oersat ad Fexpect
CR. W.Stn wil practically settled, although Ti to lem smeM time-the lattri part of
Rev. Wmi. Stones will peach on Sun- tusville's doughty little catcher was next iek for a shot visit to lvania,.
day next in Titvile at na m., and badly hurt in the fifth by the Cocoa G a., M. OWer.trseestfomerw m, for
at Oak Hil at 3 w mh t catcher, Humiston, colliding with a, vfii to~ s mother before she fal;
Rei. H. F. Harri willpreahtus e him at the home plate. term at o hol opem at this lae.
Mim Sunday morninand at Titusville'
Sunday night. Everybody cordially in-- A large number of people came up: Mr. W. L SwtlralW recese the sad
vited to come out. -from Cocoa to witness the game and. news Tueday of the death vf his only
Den Robottom wii ofciate in St. we understand considerable money brother at Buffalo.Lithia Sprigs, Va.,.
Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday morn- changed hands over the result. from Bight's dimese. m. Swindall
ing, August 22nd, at 11 o'clock, and in was we known here as he preceded Ms
St. Gabriel's church, Titusville, on Sun, Democratic Census Eaumerate w younger brother here. fik was about
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. ( There has been marked discontent fifty years old and leaves a wife and
Dean Robottom will visit St Luke's among some southern Republicans Hi home was in
church, Courtenay, Merritt's Island on over the decision of the president to
Sunday morning, August 2ath, it being divide the cens in the Dr J. H k, of w Park one
the fifth Sunday in the month. divide the ens pe sorts the director of the-Florida Citrus
states of the solid south. ixehnge, came here Teaiay to atend
Re-Organizatio ofMill Company The states where the supervisors the meeting at Mims that night looking
It is reported, with good founda- are divided between the Democrats to the organisation of a sub exchange
tion for same, that the mill of the and Republicans are Virginia, South for this section. Owing to the limited
Titusville Lumber Co., at this place, Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, number of growers present the meeting
may start up again about the first of Mississippi; Arkansas, Louisian and was adjourned until next Monday night,
October. Texas. President Taft, it i& said, when it wil!:convene ih the court house.
Mr. H. E Pritchett is hard at laid down the rules special See notice et the committee published
work trying to organize a new com- laid own t rules, especly n where Dr. aw is oneof the
pany to take over the plant and start states where a division has been made psner DE %awk s o_.ofthe
it up again. between Democrats and Republicans, thpioneers orty- thee yeart Coast cin here
It will require a round sum of that supervisors shall not be active Bagi-h n ye r d m
money to do this and outside capital Bargains in every department at
will have to be induced to come into partisans and that no attempt should Kline's this week.
the enterprise and to encourage this be made to build up political machines
it is quite essential to have a small out of the census patronage. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOS
amount of stock taken by people The appointments for Florida are Bureaus, dressers, dressing stands
resident in this section to show that foll Fit district H W Wash-stands, refrigerators, springs
they have confidence and good will as follows: First district, Henry W. Mattresses, kitchen safes, ice cream
in the same. Bishop, (Republican);second district; freezers (White Mountain), chairs
The larger creditors of the Titus- L. Lesuer Gaulden, (Republican); Tables, wardrobes, iron beds, rugs
ville Lumber Co. are said to be will- third district, Thomas David White, iCAS. A. GARDNER, arpet. 342
ing to aid in every way possible to (Democrat). C s. A. ANER 'Phone 32
get the mill running again, and
knowing that Mr. Henry Pritchett is 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any A Milch Cow Bargain
a remarkably good business man case of chills and fever. Price 25c. For sale BOTH my milch cows to
with a great deal of determination some out of town parties. One fresh.
we look for him to win out in this Is She a Hoo Doo the other to come in, but giving a
undertaking. The old steamer St. Lucie, which good quantity of milk. Value of one
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The Moosevelt boow for ujayor il: sugar trist andi other richl dodgrs pay bat int" IbeoPu 't Otft oititiS.if
not down. Despite the fact that the up. it should Ie a pleasure to) answt*r bhI.'ilj thlan thirty Ca le tited.
ighbty buuter has frowsed o tilt, Use In the l:an-age of other days. l botI St!h t-rk! I-r''wminatand !Iai' elpcf ed.
of his natue and bhas suted that b1- did it.-
Intends tv hunt the bhti-i ilima- -t I W:B- z::ieji):atel friciti theh univer-
ros :Ind the roaria4 -, Zastich1us iu 'n Ther' has beein o'oblLsitieral,le talCk.O, -x ;[I I Ie lega ri
A Irica untii next Marc b. Viter W1ic11411 54. 4cf ii tll! r.I I'lra l'n..aut i'ft u t litrthsinitn
he will go to Eruroe l it deliver et-- -,1irict tiii-w ipliti a IAW.'st I'ltIrt. t1t i Near
tuitas alnd Loolu, wRitU 6:iW-. thler'(tile t-sp'.. L at least it is to I i4i L, '''.'Ne r u4
aroe titil Il p rsitetit Jerawti05ill tile Iitit- Il' ia~ t. Thatl ris in 11!' "''~* M .V)II h.1.4
tropolis whb, thiiII that e is jUst tai mlig'oil! forh:!zi:ig Ititlw if
the wan to Lw;at TlawnUay Lad Whts ti l11.1,'; Ca'.21 I h Idi.:d hiiizler
are deterumindt.i t, e nu himu wkwtlier or iuppv c*,wilv is vwith tit '- 4rt"
no. i sulplpose' there is no law against :md x iz 'r it lit. (U.r
this wort 'if fowliishniess. cspevii;W i HisU1 i: 1US.u.
hot weather. twhn aIl sorts of buL::- e a ', iiWT tilt I!,*-
abounad. out it s4i waste of L-ttle iw -i:,re-%%
to speculate oil imiiiosisibilities. The re it i*& UU-old flirI iw 7 it I
is little qUestiuU that Roosevelt couldI
beat fainuianyll if be wouuld niu. but i it he
there Is even less question that he wiJI leserve all thIey? .ar' La.et-itir. aIIl lt!)
decline to run. After their exjberiti f-i- fri
with bthe third terin :atfair tile frieuwlai tilict ontL 11 mCI.rll.
of the ex-president should realize that T -,e
when he says "No" be lneans *N," iu n After all iavestip:atilin int, the :r f c2'c'.V a;
se\'ou tllrrent lalruayes: also, in the fairs vf tile teneciuviii (,I :.e ltrri.~
seven different languages loi h arsu h tLe It I Co. e(-siI I I II d 'UU " j H
forty-six other tongues spokeu ont the sioni extedin- 4*i ,vl- rii-rtbaiia var. ,
east side. the bureau (it alulzlcal ial researcti-a i'it.
given out a %cathin- relooort cub~irgin
After statinaz that be was going to thousiankiq (Cf 1:3W \ilb.iflU.Ii5 t!.CY
Europe and thena deferring his depar- giiiug.I
ture until Dan Cohalau could offer hIm-i
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Mlr :- l w p k* a mt a0snb. In the idrela o etae I l ng. J.. I sa l w aimni e t hO tW e
Ki f e te ,whlt a pane pm a lla E ap ve sme was a o be 8 hw as e rli e. w AoN y
*h0 n tl hd t .T2htdN6 thea &rs t wan dce leb w. a Atd plea dnatr ksettPe o De .~ DetMew
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I miI *mlbodi a aLsr a d gdrh I the nt w o ther t h*t thee bo ea tmat Um ebao thh bo e wto
S at e lm t wia wI bk hook W toaid p Ua e tmoune atmssn id ala trb bt the J mr ey t oi t
VMM 1M-.vi Ath ebad hu castealo urasout wift docked hor s a lsty eldIs of DelaDcel sad athev way
M h sal-b rapl matrtg aMid belivertd lackeys sitting the *issot on to tose tramps is a
MWh 0 Bal MoMe, 'or NlvSe rtIff mdad some sate @o w o ddon I- shame and a scadal. The result has
MNOW MAMnea hbth y s MDo" who dian. I do not wonder that they beon that as oo as the boboes were
bi" Xa sapolr p ar btlem o want to br adeo the thoroabhtre and released they hit the trail out of De
t" oUmimdaL Ca 4 S M Agm aive eac-h other a wide a berth lanew satterng blerollyphb on the
m go th ML e.l m that Il AIt h po ssible. Intdentally it Is to be hoped fem and pats warning other Woery
ht 0 'Mhe.0em- ve- In a wbcb that they will Irnu, e e look of Wulldk atwy fCo the place. Any
2 1e1 W eadte Over t ht h blt a the street. At any rate. no far a town with an adult and active me
tiad -ei. s smta -t styve most of this partieiuar sectioo o it qusto population mo y find this plan
bit M d-eaf st We sad tis coaerued. they coukl ot fmake it ofetive, although it seems even mre
worm. erel sad bhd man tan bea soap.

The new podnice comjsrioner is fter
do Sssome daer layfuture it auy BROWN OF NEBRASKA.
female person wishes to writhe, w g-
be sad co tart n plubie she mast seek b thing About the Author of the
sses other than a New York audience. Inome Tax Amendnt.
0 6"y IA is stji rnng its -odu- One of the senator who were brought
mtraosr atnts, the Igamblers e l sharply Into the limelight during the
sestng Lack to town, the holdup men. recent tariff di ion was Norris
the egeos and the various kinds of Brown. author of the Income tax
aslmus, ftem the thler who klls for amendment which i now going to the
money to the Black raiders and high- various states for ratlf ation. Mr.
.nd ers, were never so busy. but the Brown repreets Nebr a eb Ila the sea-
d Is down on the aloue imitators. ate and siace his election has been a
The thing never was anything but c spluous member of that body. His
digustig d Its suppremiou ought cmpaIgn for his present fee., to
to ,make a little cheap reputation for which be was elected in 1907. was
th hcity dmio i tratlon In the line of marked by an activity that won bim
morals which it needs sadly enough bhosts of friends
God knows. In the meantime the As attorney general of Nebraska Mr.
rafters go on cleaninl out the city Brown was called upon to defend tax
treasury, and the political ssloesu ults brought by the railroads against
dancer of the bitarren-MIbphy the state. Be id so with sch sec-
stripe continue to disport thetnselvei ces that he was proposed for the
In public more shamelessly than ever United States senate In place of Seu-
did the painted girls before the foot- ator Millard. Allied with him was

The mose the people of Gotbam see
of William Loeb. Jr.. in bis new capat.-
ity of collector of the port the more
they wonder bow they ever got along
without him. Without trying to say .-
too many nice, saccharine think ng
about the youug man, it is but just tu
state that he has stopped more graft
m.Osam Oa mes-ips- -tey ra m -las lag and other irregularities and made .
more common aense reforms than all
looks like a seveateemA century stage- the former collectors the present gen-
coach ame e a bunb exp press trains. ration can remember. His latest de-
Pulton's boat, that the hghly intelLi- cialoo is that there shall be no more
gent bodies of his day. grinned at kotowingng" to the rich and no favor-
and said woald never go. 18 a triple Wtam against the poor. By this naeo r"
more modern in appearmce. bat cuts be has not only increased the cu.stom.
almost as sorry a figure. Met these receipts. making the wealthy dead-
two little old ships plucked out of the heads that used to slip through pay like
past are to be. honored as nuixely anoy everybody else, buit he is stopping thi
vessels in history. For two weeks worst features of annoyance to the-
they will be tbe center of atbhulring great mass of passengers is expeditiung
throngs and wi'l be conducted up the. business and is winning golden opih
historic and beautiful river by a war ions from everybody except those whb
deet the largess ever gabthered in have been defrauding the govcrlnellllelt.
American waters, with the two excep- As a batTer for Rtoosevelt. Lo.b, wva.
tions of the deet at Haou'ou Roadh the most patient goat that etve"r brows
that started the sixteen battlesehps ed in the political pasture. and w SNATRYORRIq BROW.
around the world ad the magliticent that be has a job of bis owl' it is only
collection of vessels that greeted rhese fair to boost him when he makes good. Caeorge L. fheldou. a wealthy youug
same battleships when they arrived l at i anybody now asks who ,l'htaed ,,u: C'as )oulty faruler. hr, wanted t,
San Francisco. the frauds aud incomlpelents from the be governor. 'lrey made their lrghbt
New York custom house :and mad.e Il.. no thbe principle that the railroads


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Chinese temples have furnished giohey d 6Wua" in te ame
the best E azeof Chiname paint- wer his tus net rOth a jrr"t
ings, just' e great eathedras of deal of money. bt the girae
Europe have given to western civili- rf haMless. He was
stion the best pictures from 'the kowto hurt any e, and he e
brushes of the Italian, French and his living of the upper boghs of
Flemish artists. Them painting thorn tree, which no one can reach
are mostly Chinese landscapes, it- but himself and nobody else wo..'
though the hunting picture of Chao eat if he could reach them.
Men F, called "Mongols Hunt-' To see the girafe's beautifully
ing, is one of the most famous Chi- mottled skin towering up amon
nese pictures. Nature studies, espe- and over the fat green thorn tree
cially of birds, are frequent. is surely one of the strangest and
But the most singular and inter- most beautiful sights the animan
testing point about Chinese painting world offers man. As he stds sand
is perhaps the fact that the two dis- dips and bend and twists hs nine
tinct methods were used. The first foot long neck in and out among, the
was called the kakemonoo" method. armed branches of the tree he is
in which the view was supposed to grace personified. I wa watrh.Ug
be the same as if one stood on the seven of these creatures, the king,
top of a hill and looked down on his harem and his children, all gatO-
the painting, in place of standing in ered around one green topped tree.
front about on a level. From seven points of vantage theb
This method, coupled with some dipped into it at once. stoopift
queer views as to perspective val- under an unusually thinly armed
ues. is what causes Chinese paint- bough bending on another. Their
ings to have their weird appearance necks seemed to twist two or thre
to foreign eyes when the beholder ways at once. I had the good re
has never studied Chinese art meth- tune to be able to come very ner
ods. without alarming them-leis than a
The kakemonoo" method is some- hundred yards-and with my glass
times used, and in these painting I could see them as though the
the method used is practically the were not more than ten yards awq.
same as in our own schools of art. But when at last the treachs.
The finer elements of painting, such breeze betrayed us and they plu-l
as feeling, repression, color schemes. into flight-well, no one could -
etc., are said by art critics to be su- their movements graceful. The Mi
perblv demonstrated by a number mensely long fore legs are threw
of the finer Chinese artists.-Spo- forward, as you see a very high
kane Spokesman-Review. ping horse sometimes thr w
foAre legs forward till the hoof If
Another Prescription. the fraction of a second is poi-
Tie middle aged man who wa straight out in front. The giS
nv in- himself a half hour's walk makes this motion with a wmt f
efor.- breakfast had taken his ten- jerk at the end of it, as tholg be
vear-o;d boy along. "Papa," asked intended in the first installs t
the lad, "co you like such a long fing his hoof as far forward a be
walk as this ? could, and then with a bort of after-
"Not particularly." thought brings it to the ground. As
"What do you take it for?" it reachs earth he flounder fer
"I thought you knew. I am doin.- ward with his high .houder. d
it by the advice of Dr. Ringgo!d. lifts both ungainly hind 1#., t.eth-
lie savs it is the best exercise in the er, lifting and planting them t.
world and every man oliht to de- gether or almn,,t to,,,.h,,,r Th1n
,ote thalf an hour before hreakfat, 1i a great antediluvian I! arl knvn
if he hIas the lciire, to"- to us that had two lr r -. onDe
Ilnk. hk moV his lv anti ai," .... .i m.:.
Heodiing the warning, they st,.,I- his :,l.nr.r a!v i,.z t ,, it ,.
pel ouit of the way of a hit2e tor- a horn:l th. l . .
: r. w hi- wl;ZZKe.*I p. t thLin a liz.: 1, ne. ,i'di two ,r., ... ,,
the r-,.. f thirtv mie.. .a ,::: ,, ~I,, s ;l oth er
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his ha:,l in preet n and tlie inil.l. ford ii o :',..k
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bashad andoDto lwyappreslaty 41W
M" do ithat cman a Ith amn
the dgueMp that tateded ships ea-
AMvReebg to weathr the cpea a- s
emAda that ach a eanal an be pro'
mf ve w do awaoy wkth thme t -
Wt Mad eatal wmes that imd the
eate rmabo of CapeCOd tha as It
s M -ow tmhe graveyard or the Atlantic
u omrttMately btr i purpe the
neeml of MaSab-cha-tt Bay Coleoy
was too -rhb ccuptd with tar at-
tale at that tie to do aore than
prmo s to r project and it
was nearly in ya befoe rIt took
normal etume These is no evideaoe
oexat to Show that the committee
wh It apptoeled to look Into the
atr ever lfturned a report. Cartal-
Dy M-' was dome toward digging
awth esna. 1n te teao umer. com-
paule have baeen /rmed to carry out
the project and tamol englneers en-
gaged to male strv ys bt it was only
recently that the wor woas really be-
gn, ad naw. with seeh a experi-
Ged and am succem l eai-teerG as WiM-
i-ar Bfu y PaUem e-operating
with the Balmouts. wo have thi cap.
Ital to S-tea an eyterpri thy may
&ertke, the Cape Cod easl is to be
a reality.
It aee an astelsehin thnbl that
wreck and rtlb should have bea al-


lowed to rage all these harrowing
years around Cape Cod. Figures of
shipwrecks along the eastern coast of
the United States show that 23 per
cent of the wrecks occur off Cape Cod.
During twenty years, according to the
government statistics. there have been
187 wrecks, coating sixty-three lives
and $2,000,000 worth of property. The
record of an average year's shipping is
that 30.000 vessels. 20 per cent of them
using steam. passed Handkerchief
shoals lightship. while estimates of
those passing in fog or at night add
10.000 more. The tonnage for the year
amounts to 23.000.00 tons register. Of
coal alone 12.000.000 tons were c(*r-
ried around the cape, with the lumber.
stone, ice. cement and other heavy
freights amounting to an equal ton-
nage.
To make the new canal the Massa-
chusetts law authorizing the enter-
prise provides for a width at the bot-
tom of at least 100 feet with numer-
ous passing places twice as wide. a
minimum depth of twenty-five feet
and a clear sea level canal extending
ftom the late Grover Cleveland's res-
idence at Buzzards Bay to Barsntable
bay. The greater part of the canal's
distance lies though the beds of the
Monument and Scuaset rivers, now
separated ly a ridge of earth rising to
a height of but thirty feet above sea
Jevel.
The pieringg of that ridge and thc
dredging of the rivers to the required
depth Il the first imposing task in
the course ut the work. But. beyond
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Tie remet -eieeou of John A Hedl-
le pratf nt ot tWeG Ntinal l ba ed
han WWaue o succeed the lat Harrl
mba m ha placed ad mat able
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tan -tresuw rer of the league since Le"
Mr. Heydler hua an lutlmate knowl
T he ec dt eeties of Joh new p.ton-
lrnd ar oed t of the Naw meonal base




country eapabie of filling this Impor.
taut oBme.
ball wrtt and later we porting Harry
C. Pulliam bas placed a most able
and popular man at the bead' of the
erganiatusda. As Pulliam's right hand
men for so many years and as secre-



tary- a rer of the lead Wasingceton
Mr. Heydper has a ten that e know-
t Pof tam.dties of hs new position
and is one of, the few men in tho
country capable of filling this Impor-
taut offce. *
Mr. Heydler in 18 became a base-
ball writer and later was sporting edl-
ter of one of the leading Washington
newspapers. It was then that be first
met Pulliam. When the American


W A. Rma&i.
league decided to enter Washington,
Heydir helped the movement along.
feeling certain there was plenty of
room for two major league. in fact.
he has always been a stanch admirer
of the American league, and it was
due to his efforts that the Johnsonites
got a foothold In Washington eight
years ago. Heydler did much good
mislonary work for the junior lea-
guers, and did it without solicitation.
Mr. Heydler enjoys the friendship
of all the club owners in the National
league, and. so far as known, there Isn't
a person who has a grievance against
him. What the National league solons
think of him is shown by the fact that
he has been unanimously re-elected to
office each year and that several times
his salary has been boosted. Heydler
has an intimate knowledge of the
game. knows bow to treat newspaper
men and also knows how hard is at,
umpire's life. having banded the in-
dicator in the National league for thir-
teen years. He sl an expert on the
playing rules and probably is the best
man in the country when it comes to
turning out baseball statistics.
Mr. Heydler was born in Lafarge-
ville. N. Y.. on July 10, 1800. He
learned the printing trade and worked
at it for some time in Rochester. N. Y.
Later he went to Washington.


What the Editor Cannot Do.
Don't think because the reporter
sees you getting on the train that+e
ought to know who you are and
where you are going or if he sees
you greet some friends that he
knows who thev are and where they
are from. W aim to get all the
nIew, but you may be the one we
don't happen to know. We try to
become familiar with names and
faces, if .po.sible. But during the
years past we have been to church
and failed to see you there. We
have hung around the town puinip.
hut some of you weren't there. We
have lI:ired on the s tr et. We've
even ri-ked our reputation on back
streets on a dark nihlt. but your
weren't all there. And we'll be
hanged if we know where to find You
all. So if you are 'oinz or co',;n'n,
or know anybody cuttinti up 4'ueer
capers let us know.-Norton (Kan.)
Telegram.

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W BILK Joepii
U. Can sot,
has had his
work cut out for
him this summer am
speaker of the
houe. be has taken
matters philosopbic-
ally ad lost little
sleep over the situ-

"It is true that I
would rather be
home." he said in a
recent Interview. "1
haosv. e a little busl-
anew to attend to, but tlat can wait.
I would like to hear the crowing of
the chickens In the very cool of the
most ear'y morning. I mean the crow-
Ing of the roosters. Hena usually don't
crow; they cluck. Also I would like
to bear the squealing and grunting of
the pigs and the bellowing of the bulla.
if they will only bellow. I really miss
these things because I am used to
them. But it sl very pleasant here."
"Do you play golf, Mr. Speaker?"
"No, I don't play golf. 1 think I
regard It as better than no exercise.
It is a game for middle aged persons.
and I am too young to take it up. In
summer I like to play poker-not for
money, but to stimulate the imagina-
tion. For Instance, I like to call t!
blue checks a billion dollars each.
the reds about half a million and the
white a hundred thousand dollar.
Of course there is no such value in the
game. It is make believe.
"In a good stiff ame with good fe-
lows you may win a thousand bil-
lion dollars. After you have won that
much money-in your mind-is when
you want to get the real enjoyment
out of the game. You can smoke a
cigar just before going to bed and
think what you can buy with a
tbousand billion dollars. That's Im-
mense! You could give every man.
woman and child something. You
could buy the good things from all
the bad people and give them all to
the good people. And the more you
dream while you are awake of giving
away all that money you have won
the grander you will feel. and If you
are careful you can go to bed without
realizing it isn't true. and in the morn-
ing you will be so busy that you
won't mind. That's what 1 call good
summer recreation."

The arrival in this country of Mrs.
Annie Besant has aroused great In-
terest among her followers in America.
and she will no doubt be much in the
public eye during her stay with us.
owing to the extensive lecture tour


MIK. ANNIE BGLNrt.
she has planned. A native of Eng-
land. but by choice a resident ,tf Al-
var. India. Mrs. Be.aiilt has been at
the head of the Theosophical society
l',r sev\tral yea.rs. s~lcceeling Colonel
[Henry S. lc',tt in that position. andl
she is now sixty-two years of age.
Since her twenties she has been tight-
lug. first to get a separation from her
husliiand. the Rev. Frank Besaut.
brother vf 'Walter Besantt. the author:
then for atheism by the side of Charles
Blr:dlauth: in connection with the
lromtulgattioni of a pamphlet advocat-
ing the delibetrate limitation of poor
families; then to hold her daughter.
sought by her busbaud: again in the
ranks of ai gxood many kinds of radical-
ism. including socialism. and finally
for theotphy.
Mrs. Besant is a little stouter than
she used to be. and her gray eyes are


th gle s1am b-au
What s thbq gr t o a q hatm
bae -sdt aea eda$ mw Ann
srw s. ad at ts ma time d se-
trmes at the cult are m we My a-

Retcammnattom the lvtn o a eense-
io ot live oa this aphe atil per-
fection is reached and em graduates
to a higher life, is the beie that Seta-
atm the flowers of theesopy.
During ahr stay In America Mrs
Bemat will visit the principal eitils.
leturing to tkhosopia nd attempt-
Itg to win coerta

MRS. ELLA FLAG YOUNG.
Tw Wouma AppeinMs l Gos-t----a-_dR
of Chieag'a lehesia
For the rst time In the history of
Chicago a woman will ocupy the posi-
tion of superintendent of the public
scboola of that city. The woman is
Mrs. Ella Fag TYoung, one of tie best
known educators in the middle west.
who has bad much experience in the
line of work that she is to ake up
and sb -pleudly equipped for the
podtlon. The appointment was a re-
markable triumph for the slender.
gmy haired woman. Several years
ago Mrs. Young began teaching school
in the Windy City at $25 a month.
From that she worked up to the prin-
eipalship of the Chicago Normal school
and now springs into the highest school
position the city can offer. She knows
every detail of the educational system


maUUL lLA rLAGO TONO.
in Chicago, is an able teacher and pos-
seses fine administrative ability.
Mrs. Young is a level headed Amer-
ican woman, thorough and practical.
and the friends of The schools are
highly gratified at her selection. The
new superintendent is sixty-four years
old and was born in Buffalo. She has
been engaged in teaching since 1862.
From 1887 to 1899 Mrs. Young was
district superintendent of schools for
Chicago and a professor of education
at the University of Chicago from 1809
to 1905. She has been the editor of
the Chicago Bimonthly since 1896 and
,s the author of several books on edu-
*ational subjects. An organisation ,.o
women principals of Chicago elemen-
tary schools is named the Ella F.
Young club.

All Soond.
"What are the wild waves saying?"
murmured the woman as she stood on
the silver lining of the mighty main.
"Nothing. Maria," replied the man
hoarsely. "They are like some people
we know-they make a great deal of
noise, but don't say anything."-Ttt'
Bits.


The Guilty Wretch.
(One winter's cenin.. in the citv
of Belfast, when a water inspector
was going his round, he stopped at
one of the mains in a busy street to
turn off the water owing to some re-
pairs. He had ju-t put the handle
on the tap and be,"un turning when
a hand wa. placed on hi -iho!ilder.
Looking round. lie \as c(,nffriinted,
by a tipsy gentleman. \\h, drunken tone:
"So I have foiiund \,,u at la-t.
have 1? It's you tlat', turTiii ,he.,
streett round, i. it "" -I.,i',ln TI' ,.--
graph.

Not Gratifying.
Some one -*'.t tt!, iianiu-crirtt ,of
a -to ;rtoi a h r'r f,'I,' with t!..
rejue:-,t t!!;i leh. w ,iuld rrit,.-ie it
T':ie fri.en-t r.- t :: n,.'d it with t!v1t f,!-

"Myv Dear Blank-Youir look vo'n-
tains much that is both new anl1
good. but what i' new is not ;go'l
and what is good is not nw."


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- I. iham Ut IWm 3wamepas tIs f t
unknowmdtos smtear 2R11 war


elected governor of South Caensa In
IM. He celebrated h bi elctio by
fit-Ing through, the legislature the
dispensary lquer law In tat state.
Always intenresd n educatit. he
founded is second college i the state
after the nlturattio. The 0rat
school estabisbd through ais effort
was the Clkse Agricldtral and Me-
chanical coleUg at CalhsUe' old
home. Fort 1. 8. C. The mecod
shbool ti ti Winthrop Nemal sad In-
distrial College Por Weomn at I(n{ k
Hill.
The suceestal canvas tor the gtubr-
satorial cebir encouraged Mr. 'Tllluau
to try ltr the senatoial eJectien
against General Butler. The two nme'
canvassd South atlina county y
county,. and Tillman won in the I l*-
ature with 131 votes against aenraii
Butlee's 21. He took bis meat in the
se"aW en March 4, I6. and bba heco
re-eleted twice snce. Hls tier of
ofe will expire in 1913 it he con-
tinuea to serve.

No Need to Run.
"I dreamed of you last night,"
baid Boodle to his wife over the
breakfast table.
"What did you dream, dear?" :t-
quired his wife.
"I dreamed a dream," answered
Boodle.
"But what was the dream ?" in-
quired Mrs. Boodle petulantly
"I dreamed 1 caught a chap run-
nin, away with you."
"And what did you say to him ?"
inquired his wife.
"I asked him what he was running
for."

His Real segineing.
"I understand you began life as a
newsboy," observed a friend to a
"captain of industry."
".No," replied the millionaire.
"Some one has been fooling you. I
began life as an infant."-Ex-
change.


George Washington No Sailor.
%' Ba!timore schoolteacher had
encountered such a degree of igno
ranie, andl mental oltusene.s ,on the
part ,of Ione of her b-,\s that she be
can:me di.heartenvi So it as with
colnidieral'e siarceamn that -he sai-1,


ti) the \ou'1'.tr:
"L WondeICr if 'o uo (ould t IWIt -
whe'tlicr (ieonr!e Wa'.hingtrtn wai.s
)cl' 'er a lol'ri
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weather for 8M S Mke idn iN-Iu
w we have bed w mnaly hotweath-
l with a eMoti M M t wid dift
ai d ay n the lamepar ot fati
wek. We am meau romad to te
*am bMwrMs lamd ith mAisMr-
4moBu noMM that adde i hot
ust windsam eroppemve and
Nwilting. We ham merely had a
teos of the m ar weather tSat
obtaa in the oothern rstatfe just
aorth of uswd will most hurtily
apredate die return of our trade
indsb from the.- ao nat.

Wr-waat to raH latttiIon of the
townsauthoritoe the aecem ty of
Jvig v om wek done on Main
Ireet out thrn h the jrIk and ablo
rm the road in the ton limits le -
.hJ out to ipM Thi stretch
of about half a three qqualr of a
,mile isthe roughetpart ofdany of
the roads in this whole section. The
.town hal jut reasied rom the
oJmrty it's propertio ofaioad tax
.ad this money must be mit on the
nam& within the town limited and it
isartainly needed o the road above
referred to. The winter aommn will.
soon be upom usa aain. I.t the,
above road be put in Al order now,
o itwill beat leantcoifortable to
jiam er with a vebite a little later

Florida Fbmris
It wi probably be a matter of sur-
prise to.most Florida people to learn
to what extent the ae stefiheries
have been developed Omranrially.
Te department of eumnerne and
labor hs.just issued a preliminary
port of the fisheries of Florida for
the year 1W.
Mo account is taken in that report
of the enormous number of fish that
e taken aually in sport, nor o of
the number of vessels that devote
their tMne, in the season for fishing
for smort, in c3mveying sportsmen to
their favorite grounds for fishing.
Connmmercially, the industry has
reached proportions in Florida that
entitle it to rank among the chief
money producing activities of the
state.
There were engaged last year. in
commercial fishing on the shores of
Florida, 9,212 men. Of these 3.288
were independent fishermen, whikt
$,924 were wage earners, or em-
poyes.
Three hundred and twenty-seven
vessels, valued at $618.J74 were em -
ployed in the industry, while the in-
vestment in capital, shore property
and apparatus was valued at $2.122.-
630.
The total value of the products for
the year was $3,383,69), which shows


that taken as a whole the Florida
fishing industry was reasonably pro-
fitable.
Some of the detailed items of the
report are extremely interesting.
The largest item of shipment was
the humble mullet, of which 24,716,-
300 pounds were caught and sold for
$652,030. Red snapper camq next
with $434,060 paid for 7,718,900
pounds of catch.
Even catfish contributed $53,570 to
swell the total returns, 1,480,800
pounds being shipped.
There were obtained 1.066.800


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Suma m ln- Auto Trip
L C. Over, the popular automo-
bile deer of Jacksonville, has re-
turned from a trip to Savannah and
other piats in Georgia, after a suc-
c fil demonstration of driving
over bad roads with a good automo-
bile. Mr. Oliver left Jacksonville
with te express intention of show-
ing wat his ear, the Ford, could do
through Florida and Georgia on the
amr and rough roads of the coun-
try.
rom Jacksonville to Savannah Mr.
Oliver made a rapid run, and after a
little rest in that city, made a slow
trip of pleasure and buess through
the interior. He was surprised and
piVeed to find better roads in the cen-
tral part of Georgia, and so well did
his par work that he received many or-
ders for Ford machines. The car he
traveled in was a Model T Ford, and
at Lyons, Ga., where Mr. Oliver gave
a demonstration, an admiring busi-
ness man induced him to sell the
machine. Mr. Oliver states that the
good roads movement is being wide-
ly discussed in Georgia and that the
frequent trips of power vehicles
through'the state are aiding the
cause to a great extent.


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Weather Report I
\By Rev. J. H. White, observer for
United States Weather Bureau, at
Rockledge, FIa.
Sut6mary for July, 1909. High-
et temperature on the 24th 91.0;
lowest temperture on the 2rd 67.0;
mean for the month 81.0; rainfall in
inhe 3.62 pevailing wind direction
S. E.; number of clear days 15; num-
ber of fair days 14; number of cloudy
days 2; number of days with rain 10;
number of days with thunder 12.

The Seoret e Life
A Preach m eatit h dimcverediaem cret
ofloe life. Hisnebod deals with thbeblood.
Bat as am milli. of Americns had prov-
ad loetdic Bitten ploo life and make it
worth liviag. It peries, enriches and vital.
ia the blood, n tuild wdted erve cells,
iaut life sad tome to the entire ytm.
Its a gednod to wek, sick and debilitated
e.*Kidney trouble bad blighted my
efor moutb" writes W. M. Sberman, of
CuObing, M, "bt Electric Bittern cured me
eagmsly." O.Iy Mf at Banner Drug Store.

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NOTICE.
OTICE s hereby iven that the following described lands will be old at public auction
on the dxth day of September. A. D. 1909. in frot of the dooa of the council room, at Ti-
tusville in the county of Brevard. and state of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necee-
ary to pay the amount due the town of Tituaville for town taxes therein set opposite the same,
together with the cas of such sale and advertising:


OWNER.


DESCRIPTION.


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Uskew -------------All block 2, Rice's addition to 'Titus-
ville ---.---------.-----------------33 21 35
Unknown.---------.. --8 block 6, Rice's addition to Titus-
ville-......----.. ----.. ...----.--... 33 21 35
W. Wolfe----.-----..-Lo 8 aud 9, block 4, Titus's addition
toTlitusville ------------------.--- 34 21 35
J. L Walker----------5 o ft. lot block B, Coleman's addi-
tion to Tituaville--.--------------- 34 21 35
J. R. Walker..-----.. ---Lots 4, 5, 7. 8. 9. 13. block C, Coleman's
addition to Titusville------------- 34 21 3.i
J. Walker -- -----.Lots 10 and 11, block C, Coleman'saddi-
tion to Titusville.----....----------- 34 :l 35
J. Walker--.... ----N 1101 ft. on Lemon St. D. D. B."BB"
page 372, Coleman's addition toTi-
tusville ....-----.......----.... --- ..34 21 3
(1. K Pritchett-----...8 50 ft. lot 3, Wager's Sub Div. lots 3.4,
Sand, block A------------- 3 23 35
G. E. Pritchett---------Lot I, Wager's Sub Div. lots 3, 4.5, aud
6. block A--.......--..-- ----... 3 22 35
O. )Iouig...-. ------..-Lots 5 and 8 E. Sub Div. of block 4 _.. 3 22 35
R E. Daniel----.--- ---Lota 7, 12, 15, 16, block 9---------- 322 35.
Prot. Epis. Ch. M. J. of
d. Fla.......--------.......--Lot 7. block 10 -----.---.---------- 3 35
P. G. Walton.----.. --. Lot ,. block 17---.........---- ..------- 3 22 35
A. G. Krazer.--------.E i lot 2, and all lot 3, block ----...... 3 22 35
C. Jeferson---- .-----Lot 1, block 23..---.---------------- 3 V 35
A. McKenzie....- -....Lot 3. block 23-- -- ..- ----. -..- 3 22 3i*
A. C. .rimusi-ur.... ILots 3 awi' 5. block --------------. 3 22 35
J. R. \\'a ker --------Lot I). iRojliuns a Graham's addition to
itinmsille ... .-...----..-..---- 3.5
S. A. Kittle's ihir) --..-Part N. W. I of N. W. i. Des. D. B.
"VV.-"pg. 57---- --- -- -- 3 22 35
C. W. (rig- .. ....------...t.i : a 7. block A. Fiaher's addition
to fiti.sville .--.-------.---.. --------.3 22


Jas. -eve's .--.-... ,-- t 2. lb*imk ,. Fishli.r' addition to Ti-
tusvill
J. W. Rowlaild .-. -Lo.t 3, hi- F FFihcr'a addition to Ti-
tusville ------.-----------.----
Unknown-.. ------..---Lot 3. block E, Fishcr's addition to Ti-
tusville ------ .. -.. .... ... ......--
'ukuui n- -.- ....S lt 12. .lvyerville addition to Titus-
ville.. ..-------.-. -- -----.. --....-.
Win. (it~ n.. --.-- .- N lot 12 atud all lot 13. Joynerville ad-
ilition to Titusville -.----.----
Unknownu -- --...... i lot 16, and all lot 17. Joynerville ad-
ditiou to Tituville -.- -
Unknown ..............-E i lot 21, and all lots: 2 ad 23, Joyuer-
ville addlitiou to Titusville-----------
Z. Nichois-..--------...Lot 27, JoyuerviJle addition to Titus-
ville ...................... ..----
Emma Nichols.-....----ot 2. Joynerville addition to Titus-
vilh .--- ..- -.... .. .. ....- .....-- ..
Jerusha Zeigler........Lot 3 Sub liv. lot :2. Joyuerville addi-
tion to Tituzvillc - -- -
M. M. McBurney. etal -Lot 30, Joyunrville addition to ''itu.
ville-----.--.---..----------.- .
H. McBurney. ------Lot 31, Joynerville addition to Titu.-
ville-----. ---. - ..--. ...- ...-- -.-
Ed. Mcl)unald---.----.. Lot 2 Sub Div. lot 3d, Joynerville addi-
tion to Titusville --. ----- ..---
Susie Hall..--------..Lot 1 Sub Div. lots 38 to 12. Joyuerville
addition to Titusville --- .---- -..--
And. Giduon ----- ------lot 43, Joynerville addition to Titu.-
ville------ .............-----------....
Nina C. Fisher, Ex.-- --Lots 49, 50, 51. Joynerville addition
to Tituaville. ---------------------
Sam Gibson------ ...--Lot 50, Rerdell's addition to Titusville-
J. F. Brown.-----..---. Lot 54. Rerdell's addition to Titusville.
Unknown --1 xl,-ks 4 -a nd rx S. INMI fr.,t of


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wm rhm.m. Wtis a w d,
so p memn s my, tb wID hbe
Sid abMsli '1t-a Jude
Wal, that dta, to mpolt a re
ever for this orgamnsa The
delam held -a t that body
is enmM onaehmmpa lawyer hold-
ing something ike w O0, ad two
s lawyers were Tham re.
enmtly coneer~nn aims for clients.
" Am laW ht into the organizatlo
Me Wvtay latwtInm readinge, ad
we herewith give the story.
Dr. Cyros R. Ted, fonder the
set, died reestly and when re-
mains lad on the bed ia his room for
three days ad refused to show ny
das aof life, or Teed did notappear
in spirit ad take of his cost ad get
down to work at his dek, his follow-
ers lost fith in some of his teachings
articulariy that which applied to his
remrection. Even after they had
gathered up his remains with a
sponge and bottled them in a tomb
the chef mourners did not seal the
door, still believing that Teed would
come forth.
But like John Brown's body the
late departed Teed continued to
moulder and the Koreshns began to
think of themselves
Things went from bad to worse for
some months. Dr. Graves the may*
or of Etero, deserted his post and
took up his residence in Tampa,
where he now has his rooms on Jack-
son street.
"Victoria" Grati, who succeeded
Teed as the preeminent head of the
Koeshan Unity, went to Tampa and
is located on Florida avenue, says
the Tampa Tmes. These two per-
so refused to a m directorship
with dx others of the amuanity.
They believed that the people who
put their money into Teed's hands
and had worked in building up the
Koreahan colony, should be given
what rightfully belonged to them.
They rebelled and left Estero. Oth-
ers followed intil they have with
tbem a majority representation of
property values.
Since their leaving it is said that it
looks like those still at the helm at
Estero are trying to starve out the
residue of the misguided followers
of Teedism. It is claimed that there
is insufficient food placed on the
tables at the separate mess halls for
men and women, and that some suf-
fer indignities at the hands of the
"big ones." It is also reported from
Ft. Myers that Koreshans are apply-
ing to the county commissioners for
aid, and it is a matter of fact that
one man committed suicide at Estero


thoumnd to his private needs he set
up a ne office and dd business, so
we are told, in what wa virtually a
vault. A citizen ofTampa, who was
pa reporter on the Chicago Record
Herald and put o Teed's movements,
ays he got an audience with Teed
by lling his private secretary with
champagne until he got to the pink
alligator stage, when he was admit-
ted to Teed's sacred precincts. He
further said that although Teed
taught celibacy, there were some
babies in the place, cooing softly.
Teed, it is claimed, said they were
divine inspirations, or some other
tommyrot.
One of the wonders of Teed's
teachings is how he could separate
families-how wives could forsake
husbands and husbands forsake wives
-and take their all and turn it over
to him, and do his bidding forever
afterward. At Estero you meet
men and women of more than ordin-
ary intelligence, men and women of
prepoessing appearance. The won-
der is, how did Teed hypnotize
them?
Itemized Auto Rxpense
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 11, 1907.
Gentlemen: In reply to yours of the
25th in regard to my experience with
my Ford runabout, will say that I have
run about 5,000 miles and have not spent
two dollars on repairs outside of tire re-
pairs. From September 15th to Decem-
ber 1st, have run 2,100 miles at a cost
of: Gasolene, $1285; oil, $2.65; grease,
86 cents; recharge storage batteries,"75
cents. Have used it nearly every day,
rain or shine. It has enough power to
take any hill and will run as fast as I
can hold it to the road.
Yours very truely,
I VIcTom L. SHILLOCK,
With Kimball-Storer Co.

Petitions Out in Dade
Petitions have been sent to every
precinct in the county of Dade to be
presented after signature to the


two weeks ago, driven to it through county commissioners to call a wet
financial troubles. and dry election.
Estero has been a thorn in the Under the law it will be necessary
rdesh of Lee county ever since its ex- for the commissioners to call the
istence. Teed and others assumed to election in not less than thirty nor
dictate politics and when they were more than sixty days from the time
shown their places they put up in- the petition is presented with a suf-
dependent tickets and made a strong ficient number of signatures to make
tight all through the county. The the action of the commissioners le-
community stirred up trouble all gal in ordering an election.
through the county, it is said. It will be necessary to get the sig-
"Victoria" Gratia, who has remain- natures of 643 names to the petitions.
ed in. Tampa, is without funds. The W. C. T. U., which is behind the
Friends have given her an asylum. movement, believes there will be no
She is a woman of education and trouble in getting the required num-
queenly bearing. She was the wife ber of signers.
of a wealthy citizen of Los Angeles.
Teed was proselyting in California, Dear n Co t Be curd
and she listened to his finely painted By local applications. as they cannot reach the
picture of the ideal life at Estero, disedportio of the ear. here i only one
way to cure deafnem, and that is by oonstitu-
where all would be provided for for tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in.
the remainder of one's life; where lamed condition of the nmucius lining of the
eustachian tube. Wben this tubhegt inflamed
there would be no worries or cares, you have a rumbligsouud or imperfect hear-
ing, and when it is entirely eloed deafns is
and he, the second Messiah, would the result, and unled the inflammation can be
minister to their earthly wants with taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever,
divine intuition. She left with Teed, nine cases oat of ten are caused by catarrb,
it is said. Her husband found her which as nothing but au inflamed condition of
in Chicago, and report has it that he We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
recov d from Teed by suit, or cae of deahfes (caused by catarrh) that can-
reove from Teed by t, ot be cured by Hail's Catarrh Cure. 4end for
M-mrn mi m s men 2A_000 which hin'circulars. free.


IM GIram brk a NI eW
t sotof at pIo raWe b*en
ed a a nrp suw the tl t inmI GI
Cb ift y bid atnh Toursn a dtat
! fm whim Kb i LnM Gr=ndm
heated nine m e most of whom nad
cmnideraabe exern in trap hioot-
in,.
Miss Graham broke 41 clay targets
shot out of a lay pigeon trap, mis-
ing but nine out of the totalof 50
chaes by each contestant.
The match will be finished next
Thursday afternoon, and the winner
will be awarded a handsme framed
picture ofa setter dog, offered by
the Dupont Powder Company.
Unlem the other contestants
"brsh up" a little between now and
next Thursday, the picture will no
doubt become the property of Mis
Grahan.
The coolnem of Miss Graham at
the trap after only a year's experi-
ence puts some of the other contes-
tants to shame. The young lady,
who has several years to go before
reaching her twentieth year, walks
up to the mark, calls to the manaU
the trap, "Are you ready?" The
answer comes, "Yes." "Pull," or-
ders the young lady.

Florida Fruit and Produce News
To the successful operation of the
Florida Citrus Exchange, which is
being rapidly organized all over the
orange growing sections of the state,
nothing is of greater importance than
that the members of the various sub
exchanges and associations should be
kept in close touch with each other
and with headquarters, and thor-
oughly informed on every subject of
interest to the organization. In no
other way can this be done better
than by subscribing for the official
organ of the exchange, "The Florida
Fruit and Produce News." In point
of fact it is the duty of every mem-
her of the exchange, to himself as
well as the organization, to support
its official organ which as its mouth-
piece is part and parcel of the ex-
change itself. We don't think the
matter needs further argument.

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CASTORIA
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section f of Chapter 45Ml, Laws
of Florida


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purchaser of tax certificate No. 57. dated the
5th day of April. .. I)., W92. has tiledl said
certificate in my office. and has nade applira-
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suAL DOSE, LARGE BOTTLE-PRICE 5sc. GET THE GErJINE.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
500-02 North Sead Stret, ST. LOUIS, MO.
in l md and Reao..r~rr.md d b
ALL DRUBGGIss

T_1h* Woman Who Deposits
Her cash in the bank and pays her
household and other bills by check is
never bothered by trying to find out
where her money has gone. She
I/ knows, for her returned checks show
SBjust how and when she spent it.
The First National Bank
of St. Augustine
Invites accounts from women and ex-
tends every courtesy and all needed
advice to them. Ask any of the of-
ficials for information . . .


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To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not
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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 works
with nature. The preference of each class of vegeta-
tion for its source of plant food is carefully studied
as well as the proper proportions to give perfect bal-
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MRELY AN EYE WASH. TM THE MBAO THE STEALTHY TIGER
TUe wmial VIow f Ttis Ower Wfe as seam Oi s M Wh1y l"He Meve sltly D-th Dees
'ism so p fa View. Met i B Lw et s em men0 1iet.
TkM hve thr fatioal dty l 1Ifl l I hve Mn a tiger, hitting up
to Itks every other in Averga At thm t hundred yards from me in the sun-
ai b th byl ytt ths hee e1 two w0ar4 light washing his face like a cat,
t iMU jh d be gind le eye a UpSted to ta L i move a couple of steps into the
t o fQlM ora m tq pve x d at Chanise. erybody m ade and fade away like the Chesh-
p i to emo was the lookout for him, and oi ire cat in "Alice In Wonderland."
The abemical prop tati hisl "beclloections" the baron give But what is more extraordinary is
consist of phohate of lime and an amoing story of bei mistaken that he can "move without some
Smoking them very. saty, bt for the great general. e writes: dry leaf or stalk crackling to be-
rer bitter. Their action on the Having gone to Clermont to meet tray" him. Often in a beat in the
eye i very beneficial, and here eon- my bosin and not knowing what to middle of the hot season the inex-
s their prescribed duty of the do while awaiting her arrival, I de- perienced sportsman's heart is in
body, washing'thoroughly that sen- aided to set off for Biom and bring hi mouth as he hears the crushing
stive organ, which allows -no for- back some of its famous pies. o of a dead leaf, the slow, stealthy
a i fid to do the same work. I ordered post horses and left early tread of what seems some heavy
othiun cleanses the eye like a in the morning. animal, but it is only "moa," the
good salty shower bath, and med- When passing through Montfer- peacock, the first to move ahead of
ical art has followed nature's law rand, a league from Clermont, I the beaters. Then after a period of
In this respect, advocating the in- saw a huge crowd, and on asking strained watching, when the eve
vigorating solution for any distress- for information found that Lafa- can and does detect the move of
e4 condition of the optics. Tears yette was expected to arrive that the tiniest bird, the quiver of a
do not weaken the sight, but im- very day. leaf, suddenly without a sound the
rove it. They act as a tonic on In order not to meet him I dou- great best stands before you. He
he muscular vision, keeping the bled my pace, reached Riom in half does not always care to move quiet-
eye soft and limpid, and it will be an hour and set off back to Cler- ly, but when he does death is not
noticed that women in whose eyes mont. more silent.
sympathetic tears gather quickly Everything went well as far as The question of how a white or
have brighter, tenderer orbs than Montferrand, but on descending to- otherwise abnormally marked tiger
others. When the pupils are hard ward Clermont I found the road can take its prey is simplified by
and cold the world attributes it to from one town to the other lined the fact that, as a general rule, the
one's disposition, which is a mere with troops and people. However, tiger kills at night or at dawn or
fiure of speech implying the lack I continued to advance. But be- dusk and that it is only the cattle
of balmy tears that are to the cor- fore I had gone more than a few killing tiger that takes his lordly
nea what salve is to the skin or yards I heard voices saying: "It is toll of the village cattle by day.
nourishment to the blood, he! It is he!" Again that wonderful voice, the
The reason some women weep Away I went like the wind. But most mournful sound in captivity.
more easily than others and all the shouts outstripped me, and in "which literally hushes the jungle
more readily than the sterner sex a few minutes I was proceeding in and fills the twilight with horror,"
has not its difference in the the midst of a universal cry of is a powerful aid to him in his
strength of the tear gland, but in "Long live Lafayette!" hunting. Often as I have heard it
the possession of a more delicate On traveling a third of the way the memory of one occasion is as
nerve system. The nerve fibers there were salvos of artillery, the vivid as the moment when it held
about the glands vibrate more easi- troops beat the "general," flags sa- me spellbound. I was stalking
ly, causing a downpour from the luted, and the municipality advanc- sambhur in the evening in a glade
watery sac. Men are not nearly so ed on one side while the staff pre- in the forest when suddenly, from
sensitive to emotion. Their sym- sented itself on the other. It was not fifty yards above me, rang out
pathetic nature-that term is used then absolutely necessary to stop. a long, low, penetrating moan.
in a medical sense-is less devel- Lowering the carriage window, I which seemed to fill the jungle
oped, and the eye gland is therefore asked the mayor what he desired. with a terrifying thrill and for a
protected from shocks. Conse- "Illustrious general"- he re- moment made the heart stand still.
quently a man should thank the I plied. The native shikari, who, in spite of
formation of his nerve nature when "Monsieur," I interjected, "I am Mowgli's contempt, may know
he contemptuously scorns tears as not a general. For whom do you something of jungle ways, believes
a woman's practice. Between man take me, and what do you desire ?" that the deer, hearing the tiger's
and monkey there is this essential "We take you for whom you are, voice and unable from the rever-
diference of tears-an ape cannot the illustrious General Lafayette." berating nature of the sound to lo-
weep, not so much because its emo- "Sir, I am not Lafayette." cate the position of their enemv,
tional powers are undeveloped as Whereupon a grenadier shouted, stand or lie still and so give him
the fact that the lachrymal gland "No, he isn't!" the chance of stalking his prey.
was omitted in his optical makeup. "Who is he, then ?" bellowed the There is probably some truth in
-Exchange. people. this, for unless you are following
"An emigrant! A spy! A trai- the tiger and have seen him it is al-
Htidays. tor! An aristocrat! nanghim!" most impossible from the sound
The joys of our holidays-who A volley of stones struck the car- alone to tell with any certainty
can measure them? The present riage. M y postilion did not wait where he is.-Algernon Durand in
rdidnt w where he is.-Algernon Durand in
pleasure of the days themselves is for a second discharge. lHe was off London Times.
not the only nor the chief enjoy- like an arrow, and in ten minutes I
ment The schoolboy's anticipation was at the gates of Clermont. Wasting Valuable Time.
of the sports of vacation is to be To do them justice, I must add An old farmer died in a little vil-
added to the pleasure of the vaca- that the mayor brought me in the large in the neighborhood of Pans.
tion itself. And then the memory evening the apologies of the good His fortune, the fruit of sears of
of it after it is past-how much people who had stoned me as a pun- patient toil. was invested in a nice
more this memory adds to the sum ishment for not being Lafayette. compact little farm. A nephew of
total of the enjoyment which the tne departed, believing himself to
vacation brings! The schoolboy Merely the President. be heir, called a f.w days later on
remembers the afternoons at the A characteristic anecdote of Lin- the lawyer and before sav'in a word
swimming pool, the happy days in coin dates back to the time when about the succession thought it only
the woods or by the stream long there were so many fires at the na- right and proper to shedl a few
after he has forgotten the irksome tional capital that suspicion of in- tears.
duties of school or farm. The cendiaries was entertained, and va- "Poor uncle!" he murmured. "So
same boy, older grown, remembers rious northern cities began to offer kind. so affectionate-to think that
with pleasure the victories of the the services of special fire brigades. I shall never see him again!"'
college athletic field long after he The authorities of Philadelphia in The notary allowed the young
has forgotten how to conjugate use- particular were most urgent and man to give full vent to his sorrow-
less Greek verbs, and the same man sent a special committee to wait ful emotions, after which he quiet-
in later life, if he is a sportsman, upon the president and urge liim Iv ,1 served:


recalls more often and with more to accept the services of such a I suppose you are aware that
s.ttisfaction the day when he caught brigade. The committee was te- youpr uncle has left vou noIthini ""
his record breaking salmon or shot dious and long winded, and tlhe "'What'" exclainied the nephew.
his first moose than he does tle pre.idivt wa anxious tn get back suld.1delv chaiin i is tone. I"'iI
day when he was elected to ilice to thie piulic Ibu lsin.., wulii.h Jd- not ,oiw it the will? T'. wlr,
or when he cleared up a few thiu- mandted his attention. V'inillv,. cc- on earth did yoiI ht, mi ,tan*I
sands in a stock transaction.-Sam- ing no pro-l.:-t of a trtrination ofv wee.,pin there anil akinm a f,,l ot
uel Merrill in Forest and Stream. the interview in the usual wa;i. -lie l' for ;a ,,oo1 half hour?"-
T n-t interrupted on.e of the oraors in pl1r. 91T i .l
Twenty-first Century Wooing. the midst of .a .'randlilo. Ie tli.it ..
The grave young medical maln )b saing: What He Wanted.
entered the front parlor with sober ""Ah, yes, ,'eintleinn. ,,ut it is a "The ,oll in1an turned froinm hi,
mien. Unfastening his small black mistake to suppo,-e tiit I am thle ,-k as his -,on-in-law en irei. tlIh.
satchel, le produced a little purple lhade of the lir, !;.,.:r:, ,'.at i, tl ei,.
vial, and, taking therefrom a tiny \'ashington. I anm nmeri ti pir.,- "\ell, what is it n, h e'" lie a-k,. .
bug, he slipped it into a hypod.iermiit ilent of the 'nitcd Stat ; "l-~er-ha\v i,.. n tlinkin-."
syrringe and advanced toward tilh ;I~ eure' l thin new uiieinT.er of tih.
shrinking girl. "Doctor, that; ont..ent vYou left iily. "that ou onIht to i e ,,.ile
"No, no!" cried the pretty Penel- for my huhland to use on his rheu- a i.<-i.e.n"
ope. "It cannot be! I could not lniltic elbow may be all right, but ..\ ,.in." x.laitn.el tl ol
love you in the world!" .here s no use telling him to rub it ,;,. "\\-ht in thunder ,1, \.u
"You just wait until Mr. Coccu- in. le won't take the trouble to do hnean, -;r?
samoritis gets bius in your deli- that. You don't know him a.i well ell. it'- like this," explained
cate blue veins," said the young as I do." tihe thlier. "Ever since I did your
doctor, injecting the love germ. "I think I do, madam. I put ,'.it.r tli honor to marry her 1
Their devotion is now almost pro- some stuff in that ointment that I:av,, 1,,..11i ,!,i.nl.,,t on \ull for
verbial.-Brooklyn Life. will make his elbow itch like fury. pt. ;ia, I want to ) iNil,.inil-
and he'll have to rub it."-Chicago ,.,,. !"-('luicao N -.
"Waiter," said a guest at a hotel Tribune.
as he inspected his bill before leav- Dagreabl at Home' W hington Once Gave Up
ing, "there is one item omitted." Disagreeable at Home.. Washington Once Gave Vp
ing *ther *i t im a *ited. Lots of men and women who are agreeable
"What item. ir' iouired the :. ^,L.._ _-% **...-.-** -.. ... I. .. .. T. tTohra dot. atrs. .. LPn in hae for i .e


eSotch Craft.
A drunken man was once lodged
in the cell of a Scotch country po-
lice station, when he made a tre-
mendous noise by kicking the cell
door with his heavy hobnailed
boots.
The constable who had charge of
the police station, going to the cell
door, opened it a little and said:
"Man, ye micht pit off yer buits,
and Ill gie them a bit rub, so that
ye'll be respectable like when ye
come up afore the bailie the morn."
The prisoner, flattered at the re-
quest, at once complied and saw his
mistake only when the constable
shut the door upon him, saying
coolly:
"Ye can kick awa' noo. my man,
as lang as ye like."


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KEEP TM LI~Y


New York's First Ferry.
The first ferry by mean, of,
which the dwellers on the other KILL m a OOUGH
side of the East river visited their Am CUREI rm LUNIG
brethren in Manhattan was a square
ended scow rigged with mast and .
sails. The fare charged for a horse WITH
was 1 shilling, and a wagon cost 5.
This ferry was in operation in 1735,
and three-quarters of a century NeW DW W i
passed before it was improved upon. c
The improvement consisted of a' M u lsMB
horse boat, a twin boat with a wheel aMBI&J1TMaA -- UIL
in the center, propelled by a hori- L M 18DIIO
zontal treadmill worked by horses. oj| zOVu XLuD
This was an eight horsepower boat,
which crossed the river in from
twelve to twenty minutes. Then
came the first steam ferryboat in -
Nervous


Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA

Rainbow Tintec Fishss.
The remarkable briiiiaa., of col-
or in the fish living about tie ;,r::
reefs in tropical regions has been
often noticed. Brilliant blue with
fins and tail of bright yellow. vivid
crimson shading off into a m'ore sub-
dued hue, bright green spotted and
banded with red, -green with Ion-:
parallel stripes of blue and red,
green marked with red above and
bright blue below-such are some of
the colors displayed by the fithi of
the Great Barrier reef of Australia.
In order to explain such brilliant
hues on the principles of natural se-
lection they have been described as
"warning colors." The fish arc,
thought to be naiu-eous or poisonous
and to proclaim t. 1; ,'' 'ir bright
color-. . r .... : .
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stimulate the TORPID LIVER.
strengthen the digtestive orgal,
regulate t he bowel, and are ua-
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A., z:-BiLIOUS MEDICINE,
In ialarial districts their virtues
ii.~, widely recognize, as they p-
se,.< pccul'ar properties In freelag
th. s;vstem from that poison. Ek-
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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
IWAI OFr IMITATIOe1 .


Collapse
"I have traveled for thirty
years continually. I lost a great
deal of sleep, which together
with constant worry left me in
such a nervous state that finally,
after having two collapses of
nervous prostration, I was
obliged to give up traveling al-
together. I doctored continually
but with no relief. Dr. Miles'
Nervine came to my rescue-I
cannot describe the suffering
which this Nervine saved me.
Whenever I am particularly
nervous a few doses relieve me."
A. G. C. LIBBY, Wells, Me.
There are many nervous
wrecks. There is nervous pros-
tration of the stomach, of the
bowels, and other organs. The
brain, the kidneys, the liver, the
nerve centers are all exhausted.
There is but one thing to do-
build up the nervous system by
the use of Dr. Miles' Restora-
tive Nervine. Its strength-
ening influence upon the nerv-
ous system restores nrcmal
action to the organs, and when
they all work in harmony, health
is assured. Get a bottle from
your druggist. Take it all ac-
cording to directions, and if it
does not benefit he will return
your money.


I To enioy1
good health
keep the lir-
er in sood condition, otherwise the effete
matter and bile will accumulate in the
ystem and esuse disease.

StI Joseph's


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,l,,r use in all iordersof the l.iver.stio -
ach aMl li,>wcls.
It has be',r, o. ioplnr and inli,>enal-
hlh iii a gr, at Ieat r i l,i,,iie au a a able
abyalteuic itegulatlr aA., I i,r6, ,r.
It isplep.:t to t,,t:. .. 1,urrv'e ve I ,able.
3a 4 will f: li( if t .rI i .-lr C 'd.
It re 'ip\ -s i ,3:.1&;i. :i i. ,A h-. DiaS-
ziiie.ss. l., i d i A itf'". ,,l.wit-s m1lI
all turiudltiy of the l.ivtr a. K .ntat.
SIt shl:hl h in every hunme and used
by all tr.velrs.
Is timely un -will often save ennsirve
iTnd p;:iw:i -l ab, '., f p1i' kl a an gi ve
Jr ar1l health instead uf Din and de-
I pontdenlcy.
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Below are a few name-. of pl:ace-
that often puzzle a stranger. Hllp-
pisburgl. in Norfolk, is iro.; n.ne.l
"Hazeboro." Al.er;v.iny -impy
drops a syllale aud IH'e..ie-, ".\bher-
venny," and it i s all.!ed ihat St.
Neots sounds more like "Snoot-"
ytan anything else. irencester
seems to vaiv from "NSister" to
"Sizeter." In Su!folk \Wallriinz-
field is "Wunnerful" ani C'lielmlnon-
diston "Chimston," whik- in the ad-
joining county of Norflk lliun-
stanton is "Hunston," and in the
west country Badgeworthv is "Bad-
gery" and Cornwood "Kernood."
Huntingdonshire clainis the purest
English, but they call Papworth
"Parpor."-London Answers.


Magistrate You are charged
with assault and battery. Are you
guilty or not guilty ?
Prisoner-I suppose I am guilty,
yourr honor, but there were mitigat-
ing circumstances.
Magistrate-The plaintiff claims
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ead d demanded p lished boota
Similar ehiutior of strutting
pe e vanity not uniCOm
m on? o t part of men doom.
S to the gallows. Wain.
wright on the daypreceding his
ew cution absolutelyrefused to
dres beaue his en linen had
not arrived from the laundry, and
a new shirt ad collar had to be
bi ght for him. When the en-
iy arrived.-his last on earth-ehe
craved a smoke. A pipe and to-
bacco were brought to himn but he
rejected them with disdain. He
would have a cigar. And he got it.
Lefro, who murdered poor old
Mr. Gold in a railway carriage on
the way to Brighton, wore an even-
ing drew suit during the whole of
the period that elapsed between his
oondei*iftiov) and his execution;
also he was greatly upset at the re.
fuial of the authorities to allow
him to be hanged in a new silk hat
presented.to him in court.
As a rule, however, the thoughts
of the condemned turn mostly to-
wrd food. Rush, the Stansfield
Hall murderer, was an educated
man. "I want my slippers and the
Times," were his first words on re-
turning to jail after his conviction.
But a little later he called for pen
and piper and wrote out an order
for his next day's dinner, "Pig and
plenty of apple sauce."
In those days it was the custom
to give capital convicts whatever
they asked for in the way of food.
But the rule was abolished soon
afterward, one of the first delin-
quents to come under the new regu-
lations being a certain Jeffrey, who
murdered his six-year-old child by
hanging him in a cellar in Seven
Dials. He was unaware of the al-
teration and called for a roast duck
directly he entered the condemned
cell, and when it was refused him
he behaved so violently that he had
to beput in a straitjacket.-Pear-
son's Weekly.
Very Aggravating.
Most trying companions are they
whose first thought concerns them-
selves and their possessions. A girl
who lived with her aunt was often
disturbed by evidences of the old
lady's selfishness.
One day in going down the cellar
for some butter she tripped and fell
heavily quite a distance. The maid-
en aunt rushed to the door and,
peering down into the darkness,
called out sharply:
"D've break the dish ?"
"No!" thundered back the niece,
for once thoroughly aroused. "No,
but I will!" And she shivered it
with hearty good will against the
cellar wall.
The old lady was so shocked by
this dramatic reproof that she took
to her bed and kept it for a week.-
London Telegraph.
Queer Pronunciations.


elf thle (' Cnat:4 into French teri cnni ov rival ther In ~tres-; raii _- the bvl too tt
I ur: n InlThirty v Yars,'wan. T!;v, g-tetihenup. But the maidI dinot
:: I nh tarnwiul te eic-i- Ilo-. Cxa- L--et upj, thli-)1.ZhIthl 1e lsi Iraim._,;all,!
V;'t. 1 ;1!141 a f-ta -if fa 1hi1 mad" rang. Finally. liort-fore. 01-** 31i-
the ie: r o'ie at j j-!in jj n-_ vI rtv her-lf ri -aant, sil, Ii ;1 i111 01a
lvjola o mtThe' faili-v m11h-t tlre'-1.-I 'Ii-.z -Im lie a uie tiIle
:.,pr rapidly. ,r whew -enanit's. roomn. There. wvidi
1.;ii lae r;1;I ~with blirai A ti-..: 'awake-..the miaid laylaithiinrv at the
!: :~n- ~i r'n "n ri, r- la.-inz the %i -Ic t,ptojiof tier I nm,
'flar- ef i' ir-iu"~ l~ Wh (Ill v 'inerth are ymilu~hiV
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1 1\ erc 1"Ade W* I'It. fit-

lau'-v ;iimul i ere -,i t\1ot-ii*1w hi. eVenExplaaning It.

the r dw--, of young I 111-ri ~i~c~
men (could(1no~t ;iT-urul to ha~ve more f fetroint -e IW I'il i to)14' icrthV.
than two0 4If licnil iiitheir ward- -N'- rte nI i at urdav lAen-11
robes.-Londoni Staiiudard. 1fl I oit. I ;enr.re. the negro Jan.-


A Way Out.
Servant-A new-paper reporter
wishes to interview you, sir.
Great Man-Did you not tell himii
I was hoarse-could hardly speak ?
Servant-Certainly. sir! But he
assured me he would only ask ique--
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$TOOpi AN ISLAp.
Ak PKM Jk Pat Thp" W" Wet by

At ae ot the MW teneting
pas of poker ever played in Mi-
po NicolUt island was put in
tl jack pot by a ma who thought
he uArtood the game, but found
thm were others who understood
Sbtter. In 184 Pierr Bottineau
took up a claim a the pot where
St. Paul now stands. A year later
he traded it for a hore and cow,
which he drove away into the wil-
dernes, never dreaming that the
land he had almost given away
would in a fewyears be the site of
a great city. For a small sum he
purchased a lar e portion of what
as now the business part of Min-
neapolis and put up a og cabin in
a little mound in the center of Nic-
ollet island.
Half a dozen of the old settlers,
Bottineau among them, had a little
oker club. One evening the stakes
ept growing larger and larger un-
til every jack pot contained a small
fortune. Mr. Bottineau had been
losing heavily, but at last he wa:,
dealt a hand upon which he hoped
to regain his losses and win some-
thing besides. He was given four
queens and, drawing one card, se-
cured an ace, leaving four kings ps
the only hand by which he could 8e
beaten. He thought he saw one of
the players discard a king, and he
considered his hand invincible and
played it accordingly. Soon all b'!t
Bottineau an the man opp.o!st,
him dropped their cards and retired
to watch the game. The table was
heaped with money and the per-
sonal belongings of the two men.
The flickering light of the candle
shone dimly on the flushed faces at
they watched each other warily out
of the corners of their eves. All of
Bottineau's possessions lay on the
table, and it was his bet. IHe looked
at his hand carefully 'and then said
that all he had left was Nicollet is-
land, which he would bet against
$200. The bet was called, and Bot-
tineau laid down his four queens
with a smile of triumph. Amid a
dead silence his opponent laid on
the table, face up, four kings and a
trey. It was so still you could have
heard them breathe. Then Bot-
tineau called for writing materials
and made out a deed to the island.
From that day lie never touched a
card or countenanced gambling in
any form.
After drifting around the coun-
try he went to Red Lake Falls and
took up a claim and remained there
until the time of his death. lie
was employed as a guide and scout
and was one of the principal mem
bers of thle Sibley expedition. ll.
knew every foot of the nortlhwe-t
country, having traversed it ever
illce he was ten vears old, when het
guided d lord Selkirk's coloniit
from old Fort (Garrv. When lie
died the lant of the old time t'ana-
;1ian voyagers and guides, who were
ucli. an important factor in the up-
building of tlie northwest, passed
a\wa .- Iclhan_,'.

The Genesis of the Cravat.
I'ra\its l,;at, frot n t;he incursion


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The Avem Lal ej sipme Hardamen
it oda mA
."A man i as old as his arteri
was aid e me tie ago by a Freeb
phycian, nd te saying, like
may others of the phrue lovin
Fhma has a good deal of t t in
it nd not a little error.
Thee ir many a man, old in yea
bet you*g in spirit, whose arteries
ar like pj=ptmu. So brittle do
ty seem, indd, that the ph.-
lan hardly daM feel the pulsee
he crsh the friable artery under his
nger, yet these old peop are a a
tive in mind and bod and seem
often much you t men of
but two-thirds their years.
Agin, one meets old and feeble
folk, whose lives seem to flira
dangerously, like a candle flame in
a draft, whe arteries are as soft
and compressible as those of a child.
In general, however, the saying
is true, and eapecilly in premature
old age it will usually be found that
the arteries are hard, with fibrous
thickening, if not already more or
less calcified. Hardening of the
blood vessels-arteriosclerosis is the
accepted medical tern'--consists in
a fibrous overgrowth of the walls of
the arteries, usually following more
or less degeneration of the normal
tissues of the vessels. As to just
how this comes about physicians are
not entirely agreed. It is probable
that the change occurs first in the
very minute vessels, those that run
through the walls of the larger ves-
sels supplying them with blood for
their nourishment. When these are
hardened by the deposit of fibrous
tissue they carry less blood and
carry it more slowly, and so the nu-
trition of the walls of the larger ves-
sels is reduced. This leads to sof-
tening, and then nature tries to re-
pair the damage by the only new tis-
sue At her hand-namely, fibrous tis-
sue.
Later these fibrous and thickened
walls of the larger arteries may be
hardened still more by a deposit of
lime salts from the blood.
The arteriosclerosis so common in
old age is the result of "wear and
tear." An elastic tube dilated by
hydraulic pressure and then con-
tracting 10,000 times a day will
have done much work by the end of
seventy years. In younger life ar-
teriosclerosis is most commonly
caused by intemperance-not in
drinking only, but in eating, espe-
cially meat eating, without enough
exercise to consume the excess of
nutrient material. Overwork, wor-
ry and chronic poisoning, such a!
lead poisoning, are also factors.
The best thing for arteriosclerosis
is not to get it. and thle best way not
to get it is to be moderate in every-
thing. People growing oll d oI(
lIe examined! medtically ever six
mnontlhs,. and then incilpient arterio-
sclerosis may ihe detected and per-
haps arrested by proper diet, drug-
and regimen.- Youth's Companion.

C.ui of Her Mirth.
A maid had just come over from
Ireland, andl a Bro.oklyn woman en-
gaged her. A bell hung in th, girl'-
roomn, and the morning; after lier ar-


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gets what you rat so you can ,at sufficiently EAU GAT.T.R p h at uompetitve prices
of any o6d who e fod. if you iljund wife left Sunday Southern School of Telegrap GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASR, ETC.
let Lodol digelt it. Sold by Banner Drug Frank Young and wife left Sunday
Store. for the extension. Box 272 IB WAN, GEORGIA ALLENHURST, FLA. (HAULOVIR CIUA
OANAVRIAT. T. J. Shave left Saturday for Fernan-
H. L. Holmes was over to look over dina on business.
his place Thursday, returning with the F. C. Powell returned from a few East oast Meat Market EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
mail boat same day. weeks in North Carolina Friday.
J. W. Rossetter, of Eau Gallie, was The M. E. parsonage is well under G. F. DUREN, AGENT L mr and ildg aal
up with the Big Six Tuesday collecting way and is looking fine.
his fih boats.uer in
h Mrs. C. G. Redstone returned from Floria nd
The government launch stopped here Olean, N. Y., on Wednesday. lYards at Eau Gallie, Cocoa and Fort Pierce
last week enroute to Mosquito Inlet,
where the crew will have two months Miss Addie Gibert, ofCocoa, isspend- Western Orders for carload lots and house bills
work on that light house this week with Miss Hi delivered direct from the mill
Robt. Ranson and R. C. Burns drove Mrs. E. Spiller returned home Wed- eats
to Mr. Conrad's place at the head of nesday from a summer spent in Olean, *
Banana river Wednesday. N. Y. THE NEW FORD MODEL "T" AT $825.00
E. J. Praetorins made a trip to Titus- Misses Edna Packard and Virgil 0 ll Ki s is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
ville Monday with gauvas. He will be Singleton are spending the week end in
Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
quite busy from now on getting them Titusville. -fruvxLLE, PLOIDA as to the new styles and models given at any time by
off. Mrs. Geo. Gleason and family, of St. E. B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.
It is reported that our sheriff says il- Augustine, are spending a few weeks A STEW ART
legal hunting on the peninsular will have with Mrs. S. G. Gleason. . STEW ART
to stop or some people will find them-
uWe regret to learnof the death of It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war veter-
Mrs. C. A. Horton, of Melbourne. Mrs. an. of Kemp, Tex., that a plot existed between
Horton was a former resident of this a desperate long trouble and the grave toFire Insurance
lae and was loved and respected byhi cause his death. "I contracted a stubborn
place and was loved and respected bv y.,]A,,.- _-_.._. .".k... ___..... ..__. --.-6- -- ^, ,


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s ass. Where is Indim River State Blnk

leiwa *i wo a f Vas In your comb? Why e? Is n AV .M$SA

w A Mr. md M, e md sothehbendiam be a ple ma
be% 1 a2 I % asnaeeekplmebiei0eadftelsn for it? Beer keep wha left
SMm sm m ama ta Imta L I where I beloapt Ayers Hair
t ~h m r nw s rw A aG Bw aa S Vopr, .ew improved G formula NL BANI G BUSIN
Wol m wd o rvm e mr I nM and fwr quickly Mops fallnlg hair.
tlyr. loaek b nsd Mr. M 1 Aret r was amd or Tun sot a particle of doubt LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
TIe p down as ar u M sae Carerturnt d froiwat vit about It. We speak erypos- Exchane bou ht ad sold on all foreign coatries Pt omse
Dhbsa' n l. I Is fa for w to st An-ti e st d yr b b ad re tively about this, for we kaow. ppdcited,prompt Perice pollt treatmat, Mad M
fes.. r te b k Wsm.plauting until sp ing t week with A. B. Carter DIes am u r sledC r favor consitent with con rvative beakh vsated
they n bft ad famidh. w al s t"aboels ODBkPONI b ETB- piS e TrM Compay, Beadrway, New Twk Crty The AN-
IL L M .X ba ad Ms b tita l Dr. aMd Mrs. Hawk, wdfta f rom@ wa---- B
urdI emad tt ilookle Mkk A pk tA, Ga., sd ve to al ol tAdSIr rsILL TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
--a4 plmt Ib a-mle strip lo th fib b.th rir. Th_ expect to go __ -
red. to IliUo ti wk to viMit relative be- ldd, t e m e leading fatur of
Br to Mr. ad Mrs. 0. K. Key, fore goig to Koituwky. ar aew Hair Vi ay w be samd II
A g 4th, a sa. The Comgrgato al Home Miion m be ~ms-it e s a d a r. Thea it
'Mrs. V. Dogl of Jacuoille boat, Evangel No. 1,.ccut eaneor at t e e h -- s mt _u in
P virita her deahter, Mrs K. Maoe dock last Saturday -fternoon cos tmil. Ask for "th ew ad.1
Ke. and Rev ad M. McQuarie held ser- -Ir ar.o.awso.. mu.. Urs.-
Rev. W. IL Creamn islvis mg r vies in the church 11 at i., Sunday. -.
hailed to his er plaeo at City Point to verymo enjoyed thermm very much. Miss Edna Packard, of Alabama,as
build aboeat m for his lauh. O visited her uncle, S. Singleton and far- J s. Pa rd &
Mr. Mary Thoas, vwho hs been - A y, last week.
vtb r ltativ in vro part of the Mr. E MadiSon and wife have moved M arand, of Melbourne, i Handle th Finest Lines of
tatedar the mmer, has Mrtuned totown Md are located at Mrs. A. spending a few days this week with lrbh
SKOsrgr. Meadames Glessons. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Mrs. Wa. Handle nhd aplesant visit MrL IL Wallace andnlecesMiss Mary The Ladies' Aid Society will meet at
with relatives i Tltsvie last week. Mith ml ad siter, wre biting witl the home of Mrs. C. C. Houston next
The arh for Mr. and Mrs. Grant one day last wee Wednesday afternoon. O ur Stock of
been placed between the olumns of tlh Capt. Brt Fild took quite a crowd Archie Campbell and family, of .
portico at th ente oef the library. ot in his launch Friday night for a ride Miami, arrived Monday for a visit with and Srting G
SWe w m m to a lengthy up and down the river, which all enjoy- J. l e Mathers and family. is c m plete at all tim es
Sipt b i of orr am cone o rary edvery much. Beatrice Hopkins, of Jacksonville, ar-
budldir but spnes ferMid We haw Pe A Schuyler arestarti to build rived Saturday, spending Sunday with
-o vy random b uldins in our anow laun They havethe eel on relatives, returning to her home Mon- Paint an Oils of Qalty
town that compare favorably with any the ground and ready to commence day.
in l cite. Cco i steadily mov- wrk. They will have a stach little F. Wteurst willll the one of our Specialties
Senwar every ildin gong craft wh om d. pulpit at the M. E. church both morn-
up is enbstantial Mr. 'edarvis and family came down ing and evening on next Sunday. All
Mr. A. M. WOson was eterta to rehng Sunday night in their are cordially invited.Quotations for large or small orders will
a on Tudy. She is enjoying h,but unfortunately head only The baseball club gave anentertain be given personal attention. Mail Orders
god health. p hot tdo r otwng o t of ordert ment at the Hotel Inn Monday evening. solicited and promptly filled
Ms. Smith Carke, of City PointW e wer d to re t outof. About fifty dollars was made. The .
was a visitor in town on Saturday. Mr. Japanese furnished one table with sev- X T TVX
and Mr. Clarke are building a home Mrs. F. G. Humphrys arrived home eral fancy dishes, and many were
and a ge. Their young orange tries from Clayton, N. Y., where she had guessing how they could be made. Car-
ar marvels of growth. been pending the summer, leaving her rie Shaves won the cake for the most
se Ophusb a nd behind who will be at home in popular young lady in the room. Te E L
guavas are n S t market, a a bhort time They have been missed cake brought over twenty dollars. E. L. BR A D Y & BR.
ouekeepes ae busy. by'the community very much.
Gurore YOUNG ME. EA.ries., Hay, Grain and all Food Procts
SWitl the prevailng westerly .wids Capt. A. I. Rogero and family, alsoL Acre, ayG i n dll o I
th. last fow days we can bfr ti Mr. O A. Y O.UMr ad familyvad Mr. YOUNG MEN, LEARN
t at a Young can e up Sunday from Georgians AWe handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Maps' Fertilisen. We dal exclusively
Poft boat away on e andpkcnicked on the end of the Indianola TRAP Y! the above lines of goods and olid te scit the trade of all coWmer ite for pries on
Po tt and the St. Johns river. hey well sued and tal Groceries delivered at your station. E L. BADY A ByO.. TITlIrw.L.
dock. They were well supplied with
Mrs. Arthur Lapham and Abble everything that is good to eat, and had TELEGRAPH OPERTORS ARE D. H. SPELL Dr.. C. SPELL, gsterd Phu.i
re T fro a visit to a jolly good te IN GREAT DEMAND!! BANNER DRUG STORE
the '=)wntolis of North Carolina and Rev N. P McQuarrie, preaching GREAT B
T rm rt a.d Hi e mi e evangelist, and Mrs. McQuarrie, sing- BOYS, THIS I8 YOUR OPPORTUNITY
The Rembert and Hidle families are ing evangelist, stopped over at Indian- to learn a rst-clam trade that pays a good "PI*uual lu o, W, Flor1i a
each enjoy a new piano. Sunday evening and e ver in lary every month in the year. There will
Mr. E. D. Oslin goes to Atonta to teresti ing from gave a very be a greater demand for Telegraph Operator Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
atted a gatring of the al tr s his Fall ad Winter than there has been for Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
attend a gathering of the family. ter. Rev. Me ~uarrie uses his boat in many years put. The prominent railroads of
Mrs. Wm. Heatoa and Mrs. Quigg, cruising up and down the coast preaching the oth nd other prt of the United tt Mail orders solicited and promptly fied. Will order anything we
of Miami, left on Wednesday for visit at places mostly where they do not have are writing us to qualify as many young men haven't in stock
to Indian Springs, Ga. organized churches. Some places he of goed charactr for their service as we poe- -
Miss Emma Hall and sister, of Sebas- goes to they have not heard a sermon sibly can. We trust that the reliable, ambit- iJohn L. Van De Veer W. H. Ford
tain, visited thedentisttn town Wednes- in months, ious buys of the South will rally to this golden I
day. PPoqtuuity a f Tr serS V IL L E in oy 1F I
Mr. Will Hall, the handsome and e best remedy we know of in all cws of Our tudet qualify for service in only T IT U S V IL I E C O .
kidney and bladder trouble and the one we four to six months. We guarantee positions.
popular taxUasessorofBrevard county, always an recommend, is leWitt' Kidneyix monthPure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
paid Coaco a visttSaturday. and Bldder Pills. They are antiseptic and Graduates begin on 5 to365 per month; easy
Mr. J. M. Sdeb given at once assist the kidney to perform their and pleasant work; permanent employment; Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points on the Florida East Coast
Mr. J. M. Sanders has given a con- important work. But when you ak forthewse rapid promotion.
tract to Mr. Reddeck to build a house pillsbe positive that you get DeWitt's Kid-
for renting on his lot west of the rail ney ad Bladder Pills. There are imitations Our tuition is reaonale: oard at low
plleupou to deceive you. Get De- rates; Newnan is extremely healthful: tie N D IAN R IV ER C O M PA N Y
cannot so ply you-refuae anything els imate; e llue t drinking ter.
Take Keodol st the time when you feel what place of them. Sold by Banner Drug Store. o erfor ou new illurted cato. A let- D Stapl nd Fancy Groceries
you ave ete is not digsting. Kodol di. ter or postal will i"ri~g it. IT IS FREE. Deae in


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