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: 11 12, 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: VID00727
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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S. 1 ta dn with turns wittt hs briDe to egin their Nouce C- -
OVer teye. Ue reward new life. Beginning November 1st, our terms Mr. W. J. Ragan and family were
hsreu swill be ai P J Halrd Immediately after the ceremony on all material are spot cash. calling on friends at Lotus Sunday.
will be d was over, congratulations extended Goods shipped to Regular Custom- r. J. R. Carter of Tropic, was
lTU and many hearty good wishes ex- et swill be payable on receipt of same, visiting Mr. L Mathers and family
FURNJURE, DRY GOODS, SHO E rested for the young couple, a del- or net amount of bill. Sunday morning.
Bureaus, d s es, dre- stan iclous luncheon was served, after A discountof onepr cent may be Mrs. C. L. Stewart went to Cocoa
W a wb which the whole assembly accom- deducted when cash is sent with Tuesday to have dental work done.
SG ezi pmned the bridal party to the rail- order. Mr. W. R. Sellers is off on business
mr(Wm M Masma ehai read station where, after a merry EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. for a few days at St. Augustine and
wardrobes, Iro bes rugs time with much rice throwing and Hastings.
SPte. a more expressions of good Klne'sGentsFurnishing Dept THE MONEY
C ~. Aulm a s 8 wisheS, etc. they took the 1:25 north Klines Gent FurniTHE MONEY
bound train for Jacksonville where Men's suits in all the latest fabrics Deposited in this bank is loaned to
lV Sor CM lCa they spent a couple of days before including blacks and blue series, the people of this vicinity. People
4Nl proeeedin to their home at Camden. prices ranging from $10.00 to $20.00. who wish to improve their homes or
ol te t r e anm e Mr The bride was the recipient of Men's gray flannel shirts, medium increase their financial interests.
dim iirirat the Narrows, many beautiful useful and very hand- weight, worth $1.50, Monday only, Every depositor of this bank, no
aufou It No. 5, so pre ts of silverware, cut $1.00 each. matter how small his deposit, helps
ab lot No. 8, nme ai, int dcrated china, hand paint- We willalso place on sale about in the work of building up theenter-
81south, r Wet. I5 0d |i table linen, ctlery, etc. 500new and up-to-date patterns of prises of this community, helps to
aL vd ut fl located. r T t rA taes pleasure in ex- men's trousers, ranging in price from make THIS a better town.
(trther particulars d tending heartiest congratulations $1.00 to $6.00. Why not open an account with
IP W Ti * "T--h L_ 6- &. lov vivf *~r sam-_in f.W.M.... n.v,.pf

O CAL GOSSIP s50 sale t bs1trmn

ta ad mA WDiaRo, Nov. witm 1 md

Ic.iBS"e1 d o_ .fi N-.,alf_ .,. ._., r *s n5Sd e wool, Ith two
.-- ms a -o mm a- d1he- r-- l in-. s, U- d nwth
fl t"-r ad- S^rr ^ fn fl* Tv C l ftia6 poUr e^ sin o44 sp l o 669
SSKS^ ESS' .*.lI_ --, iBmaanta yodembrory, r- i
rOas 1 s0 O We learn that Dr. J. C. has i in pieces from to 10 yards, t
mw ir I America.j pwuhesed the E. W. Hall mad O2 c Monday's special 12S cent
thewoftSnK0r that be expects to occupy theUwe s per yar
Ste Wr rom 10. the nt of Deai*br. Beautiful Dutch colors; we have
WINSTON LS .RANNING about fit in thislot. Prices rm a
Mr. M.; 1 m, of Worcter, L from cents to cents.
ihnle Frid M M, arrived W o asbort air rolls, made out of huma
visit to his. r1e-d Y lOri.-llard hair, in all owsors, Mkowdy's special
k A-ID- DI on thehouse boatArrh Wama. nAr_ cents nh.
..D! EMr. J. H. Mercer, of Miami, ar- Hair barrettea, all shapes and lat
s .. -a t .. rived here lat Saturday and at once eat designs, there is not one in this
rkleft b-d athe Home An importatev.ttwa the M rett entered upon the duties of chief clerk lot that is worth less than 50 cents,
rT-.ael._ a _mrwant any home wdding unitig the Uve.of at Klines vice Mr. C. J, Denham, Monday you can have your choice
t tak for pW tw ot young eople Rev. resigned. for 29 cents.
ail-ll C. COUlJM Pop. J.. oan M A Penn d d t Linen crash toweling, 18 inches
asta riM...i. a which took place at the hoed of thewide, Mondayrs special 10 cents per
SW S2tOft.ll n bride's aarmt, Mr. and Mr. E. L. MiLau Penney, of Fort Pierce,Monday'sspecil I cent per
are ried a f a Brady, u. ay,the 9th. inst., athigh who were here to attend theRowan- fla
a .mf o aa e110 d0a1s noon. Brady wedding, returned home Wed- S ial pes in outing flannel
l a V to MW a. Kate Myers. the immediate family nd needay afternoon. white spreads, extra large
Besidesthe immediate family and sdizefternoon size. Marseillaise patterns, spedalI
J. ILEd wife riv d near relatives of the bride, only Mr. Mr. Fippen Adams, piano tuner, each. pae
. ,boat10d ~~,~~~ 0rin o Holt Rowan, brother of the groom, will visitTitsville within the next New Home sewing machines, drop
Ae bab t Ad a and a few special friends.were pre- few days on his usual professional head, ball bearing, usually sold for
trrt Aetnea N awt. tour. Leave your orders for tuning $60.00, Monday's special S35M. This
iU In eThe hall, the stairway and the at once with Indian River Music machine we guarantee and recom-
Sdouble parlors were beautifully and House as his stay here will be short. mend as one of the best on the mar-
T- utd of e. .LabbB arch artistically decorated with palms, ket.
IW hi at. Go. fer iling green vines and fee Miss H. W. Brown, of Boston, who Ladies' princess dresses, made of
. atr i- toons of asparagus ferns and roes. ha o successfully superientended the best quality of fine lawn, elabor-
A f l Two jardiniere stands filled with ex the affairs of the Canaveral club for ately trimmed with lace and embroid-
a the Dean dealer quisite white chrysanthemums orna- several seasons past, arrived Monday e. They were manufactured to
addre minted two corners of the front to open the club house for the season. retail not less than 12.00 each, Mon-
Sa be i hehre parlor and midway between which Miss Brown brought with her Miss day only, price 49
I&tI the bridal party stood during the K. Mills, the housekeeper; Ernest JIsus KLINE,
S. W er ceremony. Prominent among the King, of Savannah, pilot, and Wm. Titusville, Florida.
Sto Mr. Rihard floral decorations was a large vase of Ford, of Chicago, second chef.
l to ke P e beautiful daisies which were observed Mr. w. T. Winterhaer and family moved Indian River Baptist Association
S ovw. 3tat as being especially appropriate to the to(oco a Wedaeday where be hs a position
jabanvlille. bride. with 8. F. Travis A Co. Mr. Fred Scobie will The amociatibun will meet for organization
Sinted hour, "occupy the Brady cottage vacated by on Tuesday, Novemher.1fth. at 10 a. m. The
A wMmoy Bros. are mPyatthe appo our, the former, women's misionary societies will have
OMion a new steam- andto t weet w Sand insprm trains The Booster club held an important meet- nretion at 2 p. m. led by Mrs. A. O. riuk.
r be uad for this e of the Bridal arch from Lengn,. in sat MaonicHall Wednesday ght.--On c- of Eau (allie. At 7 m. a general dicus
a It i larr than the te bridal pat descended the stairs, count of lack .f space this week we will give "son of women's work and an addre7 by Mi
.it is ll am.the -...I- .tt-i ,e J. L Spauldivi, state set.retary of women'
wrbwi put into a led by the id of honor, Missm aura a ms of this meeting in fall next week. miimMrl sm ietie ro ill airbep aeot
assg n, wl besbaeK, cousin of the bride, immedi- and take part in the wiemn's meeting.
beSat The s. fmyollowed by the arm and his Arrested For Grand Larceny he introductory sermon will he preached
TheRby Rev. R. W. Thiot. of E lCGalli. Wedum-
cathe am the bri on mr A negro named Arthur Ro.oseelt day, at 1 ses ea sI... -.r p
e Ag fate r hdi twas capture red by Sheriff Brown at a- [-amlw
be betweenSt. Aug--her father. They U1eded og___,. -. Rev. LankbmWinm t .
an det quietly aSros the hall, hrlrow Shiloh M.onday night and lodged in .rof unoda acoad lpsspW ew, "
ayandaim BePach. lrm b epl o theiront jail charged with grand larceny, will have rio t ow A- t p. as. report
the back parlor and into the front having broken into and entered the o0 stat me ml will be sd by I2v. Thiot
of W. p Norwood parlor where awaited them the minnd.- hmo*Rove.rs . n Bs. sate met wyof4 mimlou
Det of W. eNorwood Prc Robottom, w home of Mr. Felix Ziy that day and work, will make an addre
Te.My fr ds. W. 5. Norwood will read the beautiful and imrem ve stole Mrs. Ziy's watch, some money, Thursday will ba devoted. at 10a. m.. t,
Ieasm w resor ohis death byesterdaytaf- brem tif n iph h her veil and kid gloves. Sheriff Sonday school, report on orphanxae and fur-
trMSnm n liais of the hrt, fullow- ceremony of the Episcopal church Brown felt sure of his man when he i missions. AtSand 7p in. Mr. Arthur
irAlevg dsp illUe. which made the young couple man aris i hd Flake, of Winona. im.., and Mr. C. E Orn-
mai wase yearaeof anu a Wm of Ind wife arrested him, but he did not recover land. of Alabama, feld serresa iies of the ou-
ta eldUst eelrma via, lU this setia of The bide wore a handsome and the watch, even when searching him day school hoard of Nashville, will he prom-
Plfft 1 v at Shiloh, until after he had put him ien speaker. They will b rs on
2% l d will pmlMbly bhe held this Pri- vey V b!ev ng traveling coat sult of ... ... ...... Weldesay and Thurnay and will he heard
tsLh Mn a will atwba cloth with hat to math, in the county jail, when the watch on both daya.d
MY y will be publiahdt e and carried a large bouquet of roses was discovered sewed up in the arm Everybody invited to these meetings.
wk, ad gus ferns of his shirt. Ziy shot at the negro at -
Orsduae .The maid of honor was charmingly close range with a pistol but did not
nhit him. He then telegraphed to Mr. M. B. Platt and Mrs. Martha
Several o the most ihaportant or- attired in a white panama coat suit, Sheriff Brown, who went at once James, of Melbourne, were married I
Ua emd by the town council large hat with ostrich plume and ai- and mae te arret on esd, No.h, e Baptis
at tMhr a ar seion last week, in- grets, and carried a bouquet of white an made the arrestparonageday, Rev. 9thm.at the Baptist
e u on rdinnce prohibiting chrysanthemums. The groom andC h N eating
l g ltheOrdiane rl.abring his best man wore the usual black. Church Notes citing.
dstok i at lar and requing d w orthe uuin bl R acW nThe married couple intend spend-
Storand bicycle more charming, use- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on ing a short time in our town. taking
to rr B tat ht and bells or ful and attractive young woman than Sunday next at Indianola at 10 a. m. in the sights.
Uw ninat docand also whom has never grown up in and Father Curley will be in Titusville -
limiting tbL of same, will be graced our little city, has ever been next Sunday and will lecture in the J. H. Redding Acquitted
found d on page 5 this week ready to lend her dainty hand and Catholic church on Sunday evening
for the i formation of the cultured mind to the many worthy at 7:30 on the subject, "Intemper- The testimony in the Reddick trial
pubic. esinanidi es take effect re5es in which she was intrupted, ance." Everybody is invited, had not been completed when we
on ad after the 10th day of Decem- She numbers her friends by her ac- Dean Robottom will officiate in St went to press last week and the case
Squaintances wherever she goes, and o m wl f e was argued Saturday and went to
be. will be greatly missed here in her Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday the jury Saturday night, when Judge
B* !3dI g New Houseboat home,her church, her cluband by her morning, November 14th, at 11 IJones adjourned court until Monday
A saml but comfortably arraned many friends who wish for her all the Titusville, n Sunday evening at 7:30chur morning, when the jury rendered ac
houseboat isbeing constructed for blessing and happiness that this life o'clock.unay ening verdict in favor of the accused, ac-
Mr. F. Muell, of Alenhart, N.J., can bring in her new surroundings. quitting him of the charge of mur-
by t an Sebastian Boat Comn The groom who is a native of North The 4th quarterly conference meets der in the first degree.
oSt. A ustine. The boat be 26 Carolina, isa rising young Presbyter- in the Methodist church in Titusville, Col. F. W. Pope, of Jacksonville,
by 1faethinsieand will be launched ian minister, and gives promise of a probably at 3 p. m., next Sunday, and A. I). Penney, of Fort Pierce,.
bythe Irtof December. Mr.Munsell noble and useful career in his chosen Nov. 13th, Rev. E. F. Ley, presiding,. were counsel for the defense, and
will spend the winterdown the coast grand profession. He is in charge of Rev. Ley will preach Saturday night States Attorney John C. Jones and
with a party on board the new boat. the first Presbyterian church of at 7 p. m., Sunday morning at 11 a. Geo. M. Robbins prosecuted for the
Camden, S. C., where he is greatly m. and Sunday night at 7 p. m. state.
Leot oMi Mritts Island esteemed, and to which place he re- -- I VAW
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Books,
Pictures,
Tablets,


Jewelry, Notions,
Post Cards, Candy,
Fancy Dishes. Toys,
I. M. DODSON.


Gun Repair Works
All work guaranteed, also guns
stocked and rebored.
H. BENECKE, Titusville.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFIS,
Shiloh, Fla,
Draying
Draying or hauling of al kinds prompt.
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Umead% deaste t hial mad
sold, 6 anto, Blner Derw tae.
Rev. Mifledge Wafter wife ad
daughter rived at Mlu e eba
week where they wl soon ocempy
their own cottage near the B1evwe
hotel.
Mrs. C. H.Walto, who hW awady
charmeand agreeably enrti
her new friends in Titmville with her
voice of marvelous range and owner.
has kindly consented to sing the of
fertory in St. Gabriel's church next
Sunday evening.
Mr. Wm. Ditston, of Phildelphia,
connected with the great Diston Saw
Company, accompanied by his iter-
in-law, Miss Dunlop, and Madam
Godard, stopped at this plare Star-
day in their handsome cruising yaht
en route to Palm Beach, where Mr.
Disston has purchased a winter home.
The dance, given in the dining
room of Hotel Dixie Tuesday night
by Mims Belle Hogue in honor of her
friend, Miss Maude Carpenter, of
Tampa, was pronounced a most em-
joyable affair by all who attended.
Miss Hogue leaves next week for
Cocoa, much to the regret of her
friends in Titusvflle.
Clean Criminal Court Docket
The criminal court docket for the
circuit court in Brevard county
was cleared of all pending cases at
the last term of court. This speaks
well for the county. It is doubtful
if the same can be said of any other
county in the state.
Close Fish Season
The closed season for mullet fish-
ing commences next Monday, the
15th. and continues for six weeks, or
until the commencement of the new
year.
There are no mullet now to be had
on the inland salt waters of the coast
and in reality it has been a closed
season for some time past for all of
the fish.
The fishermen 'are of the opinion
that there will be a scarcity of bot-
tom fish too until after some very
cool weather; in the absence of which
they do not expect very heavy catch-
es of fish before the new year sets in.
American Authors
Dean Robottom began his series of
lectures on American Authors for
the benefit of the building fund of
the Progressive Culture Club last
Monday afternoon when he took for
his subject Nathaniel Hawthorne.
He will continue these lectures in the
club room on the 2nd Monday of
each month, taking for his next sub-
ject Henry W. Longfellow. Only
the small admission fee of ten cents
is charged for these very excellent
and instructive lectures and they are
open to all, and those who fail to take
advantage of them will miss a fine
opportunity.
Queen Quality
You should call and see the beauti-
ful line of ankle strap oxfords and
pumps in black suede, patent kid and
brown suede. Large shipment just
arrived in the famous "Queen Qual-
ity make," all that is new in ladies'
and misses' shoes, in hbth high and
low cuts, we have them, at
WINSTON S. BANNING'S.


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S0L. INISlT F. DIMOCK, PRIIDENT OF
Ta11 OnO~UU WARHIxWrTOx MXOJlAL
ANOWIATION.
tites for the general diffusion of
knowledge.' He also urged "the pro-
moton of science and literature."
George Washington was a broad
minded man. and there is no doubt
that If be were living today be would
recognize that such institutions as
Harvard. Yale. Princeton. Columbia.
Johns Hopkins. Chk-ago. Stanford and
many others of similar character have
-eeopllsed the purpose be had in
amii at that time. But be would also
'ealie that ai the general advance in
all tmes of activity, bearing on the
-edatio and weltae of the people,
ths Is stll a great work to be aecom-
lhe aa this geasmnl dIulhmi of
Sowlmlde and the piemotlom of el-
M and Ufterataue. At tbh present
time ther are no suitable fthilties
tW brtating toagthr at Washnton
W patriotte. mtslnt, educatlonal, lit-
m ry ad mat acr ltlse o o nation
at y Md -seha opportunities as
Sbe reAMtd.


MELVII.LE I.ONi. THr DAVIS CoP AIND
MA I ICiC M'LA 'OH LIX.
be wa;s oi lithe olter side be nuggeited
the ipl:n of :il iiiter'ni;itiaiil a irphy.
and the itrilibh neelvedi it with en-
thbusi:t l. Whenl lie retlitired to thi.'
<'ouutry hle c,'ritpleeladl the p|l:i.i-. ai in
190 Ihe trr.pliy was. put iill.
Fnroa Im IN', 1.NC t he LDavis cuil:
was held by thie unitedd Stati". finm
11MJS to lN,7 Iy the United Kingdom.
mnd for l le I,::sI Iwo year. it ham beeu
held by .\jAutrailin. In I!Nw Wright
and Alxalnde. r jounllrlied Ithe tintlp-
od.e frilom this etolntry in ian effort
to bring: I:lkk tlie h-erlbhed trophy. but
fulhlI. *i'ild v.ot Iher A miteri.in pi lay-
ers. M.Ilvill.e l.i a:ild lMiirire M-.
I.aiil:lii,. Iti.e uow gone after it.
.li!!!'ii(' irwin went to his mother
on hi. return from Sunday school
and said. ";Mamma. the teacher told
a story at Sunday school today."
Mother-Oh. no. dear, I think
you are mistaken.
Jimmie-No. I'm not. She told a
storn
Mother-Well, what was it?
Jimmip-She said that if I told
a story the bad man would get me.
I've tried it twice and he hasn't got
me vet!-Delistator.


Layd all thrgh that a es
M aastlhy o th subject then
Lod a Mbed has told us that to
Shakespeare's law, lavishly as he
p -a it, there c- neither be
4aMRW eW I ow eoeeptlMes nor
writ of error." To this marked
feature of the works more than to
may eth.r oe might perhaps with
justice attribute thevery origin of
e whole- Baconian theory. The
point is naturally of extreme im-
portance in the eyes of those whose
only knowledge of the literature of
th. period is coud-i to Shake-
spere's writings But that impor-
tanoe shrinks rapidly to insignifi-
eance after a course of reading
through the general dramatic liter-
Astue of the time, in which, as a
matter of fact, legal similes and al-
lsions are found to occur, with
about the same frequency as in
Shakupeare's works. So strong in-
deed is the legal coloring of all
stage writing at the time that one is
forced to believe that law talk must
have been more common among lay-
en in those days and especially
among laymen of a playgoing dis-
position than it has ever been dur-
ing ay period since. There are in-
[ietious besides that some critics
wee getting tired of all this legal
jargon, Dekker, for instance, who
writes:
"There is another ordinary at
which your London usurer, your
stale bachelor and your thrifty at-
torney do resort-the price, three-
pence: the rooms as full of com-
pany as a jail. If they chance to
discourse it is of nothing but stat-
utes, bonds, recognizance, fines, re-
coveries, audits, rents, subsidies,
sureties, inclosures, liveries, indict-
ments, outlawris, feoffments, judg-
ments, commi-sions, bankrupts,
amercements and of such horrible
matter."-Gull's Horn Book, 1609.
Tourneur also:
ITe'a, odeM men at the present
That are a poaon'd with th affectation
Of law word. having had many suits
canvas'd.
That their common talk il nothing but
barb'rous
Latin. They cannot so much as praX. but
In law, that their sins may be removed
with
A writ of eror and their soulp fetch'd up
To heaven with a certlorarL
-Revenger' Tragedy.
There is therefore no more diffi-
culty in Shakespeare's case touch-
ing his knowledge of law than in
the case of any other playwright of
his age.-Nineteenth Century.
Li 1d 15 Years
Wm. Parr-England's oldest an-married
the third time at IS, worked in the fieldstill
13 and lived O year longer. People should
be youthful at 80. James Wright, ofSpl.r-
lock. Ky., shows how to remain young. "I
feel just like a year-old boy." he write.
"after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters.
For thirty year kidney trouble ade life a
burden, bat the art bottle of this wonderful
medicine convinced me I had found the great-
est rea on earth." They're a godsend to
weak. sicltly. run-down or old people. Try
them. a0c at Banner Drug Store.
She was a passenger on the
search for information, and as she
was pretty her-quest was not in
vain.
"C'aptain,'" she said, "how fast
can your steamer go ?"
"Well," replied the man with tihe
ornate cap, "last night we made
about twenty knots an hour."
"Twenty knots!" she repeated
blankly. "And what did you do
with them all ?"
The captain's face was one of


those pictures that tell a story, but
he answered promptly:
"Threw.them overboard."
".6', fancy that, now!" she said.
"What a waste of time! I thought
you made the poor dear sailors un-
tie all those knots the next dayv"
A Broken ack
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teeth a the 4s lt ,ey s l
to boueans w ar a iaueI
of ham, the knIfe to utmaite sew
to s t bone. Wdl. i my yeut
ful feolhm I boht me
those saw Hakves d k It h me.
and te next night w had stak r
dinner I toek It don cal lid ft
beside my plate on the table, and
it made a sensation.
Wbn my p ice of stek a m in
I tried it f .s h the kni ide
of my saw knit, but thee was oth.
tig doing, ad then I taed the
kife over and tried the w side
and I sawed ad awed and awd
away, bending down m-over the at
and bearing on and sawing
with all has sitting arnd my ta-
ble stopping eating and looking on.

"We were all having lots of fn,
and then without any warning the
landlady ame in. She came in and
stood alongside of me, all without
my knowing, with me kepln right
on sawing, and then she touched me
on the shoulder, and I looked up.
with the whole dining room now
looking on, and then she stood there
and looked down at me-just looked
at me, that ws all--bt the look
she gave me was enough, a great
plenty. I put down the saw.
"I hoped it would end there-I
had put away the saw kpife for good
-but it didn't. It was on a Thurs-
day that I performed my great feat
for the amusement of my table, and
on Saturday, when I paid my board'
for the week, the landlady coldly in-
formed me that my room had been
rented to a boarder who would take
possession of it the next morning.
Sunday, and that day I had to spend
looking for another boarding place.
which was not at all funny.
"It is difficult to find anything
perfect all the way through. Tough
as the steak undoubtedly was, my
room had always been kept in the
pink of order, and I certainly did
hlte to leave it. But for such a
crime as mine there could be no sus-
pension of sentence, for, as every
boarder should know, there is one
thing that no landlady will stand
for. Whatever it may be, she will
not stand making fun of her table."
-Boston Herald.
Smashes AU Reords
As an all-round laxative temle ad ea-i.
builder no other pills can compare with Dr.
King's New Life Pilr. They tome ad nd.
late stomach, liver and kidaey, prif th
blood, streagta thea mrvesr eae --nisa
tion. de pria, bildoe, jadies, head-
ache,'chi and malaria. Try them. Sc at
Banner Drug Store.
Car Sicknes.
Looking cut of the windows is the
cause found for car sickness by an
American physician. Near objects
flit hb rapidly, those a little farther
away move more slowly, those very
far off are almost stationary, and
the whole landscape appears to be
revolving around a common center.
'the unconscious effort to take in
everything produces a rapid lateral
oscillation of the eyeballs, easily
seen in the passengers on any train.
'The eve straiin is enormous, and
thi- is thle chief factor in producing
car .iicknes .


be neesdin' ginger toI l r d
sated. "BU seI d s rim
the te you say s.
redy."
Somewhat sIms *aimsly s of-
tfr es deee igmiT i, a a
few minutes the -iM-& r; M-
with a tray sad "B *s =S g-
Sr tea; aismy y ye r b
a the sfe Side d ta Ie .
Rather duIply t try mw w -
pod ed. Five intvs Wt t ae
maid knocked once mor
"MMU Mays se's got to p sot,
but she ain't just asy in bar mnd
to leave you. She' put your
tea on the bak o the stove, 7
hot, and you'll fad the extract t-
tie on the second shelf of the pa-
try if you want any more. he
savs she hopes you'll be all ri
but that pie was awful rui, W a
two pieces was enough to pet a
ostrich."
They did not disturb the di-
tion of the healthy and &ry
young schoolmistress. But s ever
risked incurring her l a o-
licitude by more second ip
The ginger tea had cared r of
that.-Youth's Compeaios.

Coety AdmIretl.
At Lamarque's funeral the Pa-
risian mob took out General la-
yette's horses as the famous soldier
was returning home from t serv-
ce and drew his carriage to his ho-
tel with many evidences of nthusi-
astic love and admiration. The
scene was a stirring one, and a
friend in Aferring to it some weeks
afterward said, "You must have
been very much pleased."
Lafayette looked at him for a
moment in silence and then said.
with a whimsical smile:
"Yes, I was very much pleased.
very much pleased indeed. But I
never saw anything more of in
horses, my dear friend!"

Ktals to "to tbe iead
Theb wet h( for U yams o Jo Ik. yry
Glodwit, Mid., w a m nnins u*g r. H.
P 4 dosno $o.r OM0 without bheait
TW ek Blk m's Ant wMlve kilhd tbhe aler
Mad euad him. Caures fer-sems bl. tl
om emes. mn rAelm. IflIlH&I, for pise
baIrm. M la. c eO. N S at ianrr
Drnug St6e.


CONSTMiMON


Anticipation and Realization.
Freddie--looray, sis! What do
you think? 'Pas going to buy an
automobile. and I'm going to sit in
the front seat. Sis-So am I. Fred-
die-No. you won't. That front
seat is for pa and me only. See!
Sis You've got nothing to say
about this automobile. Tain't
your'n. Freddie It's more mine
than your'n, and you'll just have to
get in the back seat or stay home.


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4 Is ito lpN bpr oi dth towe bs whi P Adyd ad studi ge He on whur H@ e eopeud-
Si P hi st r ted the other it w to be tm m y r
t "t oiry st g physically and Is yuitedrph iyraloe o it an thaw

$1tAi mal-e yawla WpM HliM thes tete iyt withtadalslor aa m otinded Hisr s hlder ofr f of hakbe"i t im t ant aoe forp-ae
01o and.l a trgo abg the.T i a s on i Is of "mog" ant not i rtle sub
Sb* he o daW. 0w got tho ou tr delp. of the amount of rdvel menti. rIt i not wItt it t ot
C t w ithe nee rle to eomb at b of the w at it orr ota. tt gmla .
r oo bl t w th its in a worthy a prclt. atheoeth oeern seelle
SOY In a arvard ganw onceT the tower of us t
has -e bp ael by s04er orte of number mbil dred a tunea cup." the asp eeatn roln
"F t hO c i i not oohte.au hLb taha .t bfr t sora of the bum Iot os arb o mr t won
wlagoel t T. Her The prrt ot, the center fof allr "n off h tire. h bact wmhart is c

la lt0 1hpolon Ite *aeI twol W" a.rp. The ball was mayll be hb am..


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aget a M t th They bad been enable to throw him to:! atress of "ears ago, once spent (Fe
foole, trti allh the earthly wommert at a small country town hie
n a Harvard gamade ten touch- llas schusetts. While there she Un-
Sof v. downs or Yale. and there are some ed I neighbor, c pl ain frmer,
o T co d otot movbe an Ine fartherad but al- e o drive hr ousnd. The f m t ,
he was not downed-not a bit of IL It A a th fow-
lowed to rn oe more the ente r of all of er ofirin to entertain his guest, e


Sthard group. The bell was close to the is
oal Yalnd the referewould have haired blown his-
to jbip ;71 W and after w whistle to announce that It w as a,; .
U dw. The Crimson was watching him te crops and to neighborhe gcO s-
MThey-hadubeen unabletothrowehim to' beactnr of yearsh agonce spent #&:tr

le t te l Mt ofhe every plmy. however, and dmout until Miss Kemble .co remark d

14 vbIb e llLs teao nCymdte all of the o-arvard defense wa d &- l mewhat testily, "Str, I engag-d
A pea.kas ofr the pcleeInt wvet voted to Ytlapping toy. ar sm to drigee for me, not to talk fr m
i* wh Mo beiev e hatIe bad bee l-idvehraoumnd Tm mm on m r,." The farmer o aid no mos e.
sateelowdtorun. Mibe onc moreInthAela. r- DsIrI. When Miss Kemble was ready to

sest_ _l-s esmp. Sltte, rolved rl of the puplls of ao institution :t y Dispatch rs the gift or art oa do- dehcve town sioe sent for the mon
Stit af. dmb and bid. The ngoa thing righw ht quick. T do a nd a ed for fer bill. On e sof t f
tbTte of he waved with uneug theg right and to do at quick i an tlm therein she could not nder-
a -o-. theavre tfe bi-w deeply atp tr Ht"rry is often mistake for dis- ga
oted to st....n Coy.. ;,to saidrv r the former. "Oh.


-m th. ps..n. .
W-the hipe-enbt. patch, but thare iz just az much dif- .'at's assd $5.' I don't often tiis
With bhl speett hmang over for a ference az thare iz between a hornet bt when I dt, clrge.'"
seen.M. r Taft. 7 down to bumpsight- and a aunt when they are both or
la I a Yosemte valley stage for oL AN LIS b W them on duty. A hornet never The Duffer' Rerd.
two days freedom from formality. roaM takes any steps backward, but a Mark Allerton in London M. A.
e was deeply Impressed with hrb bti rising t57 feet above the sidewalk. aunt alwuz travels just as tho lie P. tell. this torv from the golf
taes and other steuk wonders, and with forty-eght of its stories above had forgot sumthing. links: duffer inquired of his wea-
Nt beatles of the Yosemite were ex- the ground. Frpm the foundation Its Hurry works from morning until ried c (lli,. "'low mnnv's that. San-
pinlad to him by Professor Muir. the total height is 000 feet. and it has a to- night, but works on a tredwheel. dv ?" Th. .ellio replied: we're e
F rallt. tal foor area of 1.085.RB3 square feet. Dispatch never undertakes a job playing' ver ninth. Ye tappit it aft
AMIvift In the hospitable lower about twenty-five acre. without fust marking out the course the te ill in. fliis5el it a'the-
lnd of sothern Californo on Oct. 11. Previous to the completion of the m g out the course h vin v
Mr. Taft received enthuslastlc greet- Metropolitain Life building the 81nger to take and then follows it, right or gitnr in twa. "ent nta te hunker
S 1 everywhere. Then came New structure. ilso of New York. had the wrong, while hurry travels like a in three. Ye didna get oot in four,
Mexico. where, after a day In Albu- honor of being the world's highest blind hoss. dteppint' hi and often, but ye got not in five. Ye gaed
qerqnue. where he witnessed an In- building. rising 612 feet. and specndc most ov her time in r:m!- intti the ulinf in ax. ye didna get
dian war dance, be left on Oct. 15 for Te o. ninrd into tliin'zs and the Bailince in oot in -e\en. But p e got oot in
El Paio. Tex.. to exchange greetings ter ad oeted ovr ad otver ai on backing out ::ern.-.Josh Billinz'. acht, and non ver plain' yer ninth."
aer. and repeated over and over agan for the
with Cresident DbLx. The ceremonies last as y am, hbut it s always a welcome story
were attended with Inuch milltiary d.l.- to those in search of health-There i nothing Barratry. JUS
ply. sand the meeting was the Iuol in the world thatam aoulhs cod s n English law the term "bar-
formal of all the affairs that 'reident old by all daersl. ratrv" signifies an offense commit-
S- 9UDtS 9055AI I Taft had partk'ited in on his Jour- tD
-- 'r ey. ThMe was a striking contrast "It' real mean!" the young wo- ted by the captain of a ship in em- W ORD t*
Mm with upeM arms and dropped lhm between the two preskieuts and the man exclaimed. bezzling or injuring goods commit-l |
asrg -ad iW ~ tt h d epths mMabr in whk-h they approached the "What's the matter?" her mother ted to his care. In Scotland tlhe
f the ricet eper ill In the world. meeting. Premldent Taft reluctantly inquired word means the acceptance of a It refh te Dr. Tit's vlrPIl
It WM the Iaweaed eonse asid the sack coat in which he Bfoe I married Herbert I bribe by a judge in return for hic M EANS HEALTH.
me daft thet tI predimt deseed a M re bs getting close to the people made him mis to p eerv dict and used also to stand for Aa
, -ad W e em to t ht SK et fday 4e the mauthwest In platform made hpm the sending out of money from thea Morl
lf at a r lrt with tlhis l sctma- aI doomed for the day a silk h.ut n:td evening at home with me, and now u tho purcha e nefice from ts k t e
Use am hi lip: *1 weI udt have bfrck coat. he manv he's sorry. but he can't take country to purchase benefice from
S jt for the wl!" After bearing received President Dlia me to the theater without breaking the pope. The term is derived from
tav a rS ehel fle ietm n Lpmrltmn soll Pruakleut Taft cross hib word "-Philndelphia Inquirer. thc Italan beratiare"-to truck or AlW ol| a m M
-yagrtah iW b min e~ t w, h Itwlatora iol order and return bargain. raeae 1t u va
Sof thrLe, ._law--q. g t eN ea at the eatom house In the It'ari A Rair Breath w.ap
tnhe Our-. oau.t t little city of Cludad Jnares. lb eslc eee r hbest. The worst s a th cp
a aW rrwr f Ymtfather uw thbe nation's tcan beU-ihat sW l h n youmlnw tht reveryl tmeyou have a
| a- gti r, de other oorM the nvateo o r.le cough orold and let it runoa thinking it
Ss eeere d br baryth U et iel Iwil jut ea itself re Inviting poeu-
o re the at 9msr Gregory. Tex. w.bre be heim fl d t a rfes ebreiic & WIs m enmptio or somenotber a ulmonary
eri-| s e W do" and t hoxbl hy ote *a1 jai h Hroae sd gL_ b. toublt nDo't rial it. Ptt your lanu back
W %.g Ome4 The seHr e e M r any nd all in perfe~ health and stop that eagh with
Sl e IW r C W 4161e11Lr RbOM be bad 11 p i+"W- -. ver d bowels. allisrel'ms E hebad Syrp Prire e, Te
f Sty to paW gat to his beart' co na li n rdaUle.t sand 1. per b ttle. Sold y all druggists.
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notee for ameltk .
StAU^o e bRecord u that
I "d8L. Job coMaty will be
S.p oomdition from the Volmda
f tdoh Dval eoaty line by that
i nw.. Pte straw wll beplaed over
eots anmd all bad places made
SWtoo dtat mamehinawill not be
dq datall.
g- esin Advwt5dM
A little orom year ago the om-
m- sor d Osoela oOunty, a the
.' pt of the county, subWeribed for
tw bhidrd copes of the Valle
Gaes, to be eat weekly to per-
a in th north and west who do-
sired to know something of the con-
ditloas prevailing in this state, and
Io marked was the good results that
at the July meeting the commm.on-
on increased the number to four
hundred, and at their meeting this
month the number was still further
increased to eight hundred, the com-
ailSioers at the time remarking
that the general distribution of the
Valley GaMette was doing more to
build up and make prosperous the
town of K mm and the county of
Osaeola than all other forces combin-
ed, and that it was not only the
cheapest but the best form of adver-
tising the county could possibly in-
dulge in, which opinion is voiced by
Mflly ninety-nine per cent of that
county's population.
There have been a large number of
persons come to Kissimmee this fall
S who state that reading the Valley
Gmette is the cause of their being
there, the majority of whom have
' purchased property and will remain
' permanesntly, and the editor of the
VY GaIm. is daily in receipt of
ltts from persons to *rhom the
paper has bee sent stating that the
wrete will be down before the first
of the year with the intention of in-
vsgating the conditions with a view
to locate g.
We bmit that this plan of adver-
St ,,i prwve a dmiradbe ven-
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Ilor JohI tol No. S l M i. U.
Theb tbe rer's report, with dw
posit ertli tt hed, was reed-
ed d ewubed up and paid wants

do mti i warr to. 144 dated
ht. 5, IM, drawn ea the fine ad
a fiit ae ifi ins ftver fi FArwd
bmdek MrAea dollar bi hebby
aiNmlad n iaaeont of having been
Islrrly draw, a thdclerk of this
bourd i herby directed to write
agree othe stab of said warrant in
rd ilk the word, "Cancelled Nov.
Bnd, 1 the amre having been il-
eally drawn."
BUI of Abney & Absey for groeer-
ies iurlM for a datitute taily
wa reesied, mad the board having
eirtaiw d that this dstitute fEn-
ily was a charge on the neighbor-
hood ad Co-ni sner Heaton hav-
ing athorised the same after con-
sulting with several of the tax pay-
en of the BeihbMorbood and the
board being of the opinion that the
same was for the best interest of the
county, it was moved, seconded and
carried that the bill be paid.
On motion the comptroller is here-
by requested to allow the redemption
of all outstanding tax certificates
against part lot 2 des. deed book P
page76Sec. 9Tp.27 S. R. 37 E. at
their face value without interest and
the collection of all subsequent omit-
ted taxes upon a valuation of $20.00
without interest.
A certified copy of the general
presentment of the grand jury at the
fall term of circuit court, 1909, was
received and read in open session of
the board.
Tax collector's report of poll taxes
collected during the month of Octo-
ber, 1909, for the year 1908 amount-
ing to $3.00 was received.
Tax collector's report of licenses
collected during the month of Oct.
amounting to $528.00 for the state
and $274.00 for the county was re-
ceived.


Fine and forfeiture fund reports of
clerk circuit court, county judge and
Justices of the Peace J. M. Sanders,
Wm. C. Peterson, Chas. H. Nauman
and C. T. McBride were received.
On motion the clerk is instructed
to purchase a typewriter for use in
the clerk's office as per recommend-
ment in grand jury presentment.
On motion the sheriff is hereby in-
structed to have the flues in the
clerk's office and county judge's of-
fice fixed, also lattice work around
overseer's boour at poor farm, as per
renommendmfnt in general present-
*,M*AMMMA S.


fneeos Womrn Buys A oplaa
Adisp to e New York World
from HammImd.prt, N. Y., says:
SA omtra th been loeed bere by
Mrs. H. A. Arnold, of Florida,
whereby dhe becomes the owner of
an aeroplaneof the Curti type, in
which she Intends to make flights
Mrs. Arnold ownsa magnifcent
country home near the East Coast of
Florid, 150 miles from Jaksville.
The ground and outlying country
are admirNly adapted to aviation.
She is a enthusiat on the subject,
ang wishesto experiment in aviation.
The machine is for her own use, and
is purebhaed from Herring, of New
York, an experiend aviator, who
will pesomar ly instrut her in its use.
Mrs. Arnold watched a flight by
Herringin Indiana and received then
the first impetus to attempt experi-
ments in the air.
Theaeroplane is the one used by
Curtis in Chicago and at the Hudson
Fulton celebration. It has a thirty-
bore-power water-cooled engine and
is equipped with the new type of
four blade propeller.
Mrs. Arnold, who is touring the
north in an automobile with servants,
expects to attempt flights in Florida
within a month. The machine, while
primarily intended for one person,
willcarry a pmenger as well as the
aviator.
This is the first purchase of an ae-
roplane by a woman in any part of
the world so far as known. Mrs. Ar-
nold is a brunette of light build and
weighs about ninety pounds.

Examination Text Books
I The following is a list of text books
to be used asth basis of the June ex-
amination, 1909:
Orthography-Hunt's Speller (20c),
American Book Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Composition-Elements o f English
Compoition,.by Gardner, Kittredge &
Arnold ($1), Glan & Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Reading-Any standard author will
answer.
Arithmetie-Milne's Standard (66c),
American Book Company.
English Grammar-Lawton B. Evan's
(40c), American Book Company.
Florida History- Brevard &Bennett's
(60c), American Book Company, and
Fairbank's, H. &. W. B. Drew Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
U. S. History Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book Co.
Geography-Redway's Natural Ad-
vanced ($1.25), American Book Co.
Physiology -Coleman's Elements of
(90c), The Macmillan Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Civil Government-Yocum's Civil
Government of Florida and the United
States ($1), E. O. PainterCo., DeLand,
Fla., and Boynton's School Civics ($1),
Ginn & Co.
Algebra-Milne's High School ($1),
American Book Co
Physical Geography- Maury-Si mond's
($1.20), American Book Co.
Agriculture John Frederick Dug-
Ber s for Southern Schools (75c), The
acmillan Company.
Theory and Practice-For all grades,
School and Class Management, by Ar-
nold ($1.16), The Macmillan Company.
These books may be had of most book
dealers in the state, or from the pub-
lishers by mail, postpaid, on receipt of
price. JomH R. WALKER,
County Supt. Public Instruction.


'CASTOR IA
or Ialat sat aai CL.


also suering from atmrrh of the stom-
ae a log time. He grew tanner and
paler, lot al am bltoa ad appetite.
Siek at ta semas L adigaso eos-
MaaUmy.
A tfrisd soeailed hs lattstia to
a remedy, which brought about a deo
elded improvement. After eontiuiaa
the use of the r .iredy for a momth, he
oonderd himself permanently relevod.
Now, onee more. Mr. lr stman Hot-
man, 8latington, Pa, say he suffered
for many yars with catarrh of the
stomach. It produced a mleamble
ooubgh day and night. He tried doctors
and many recedes. At last hs attoa-
tMo was called to a remedy, the same
remedy that relieved the others which
have been referred to above. He elai m
that be was eatiely rid of his semnas
diculty.
ho-r- -a bk JI.M-L
What was the remedy that has
wrowshtthis remarkable relf So tar,
te remedy has not bees metiomed.
It any one doubts the senrrsiie of
SMee state t it is very easy to ver-
y them by writing to the people whoe
asmes have beea givw, meessing a
stamp a reply.
The comedy to wthi the reeeh of
very en It i mply to good,
iandau d fdasM remedy know as


etomask) isto my ia aaa
aetle, e at atar i--ao s
&a uam bthy s masON athe maw
or thrat, saeh a had tee a ash
of tsh ne (aseMs).
"The potato are us amlg
morishd, pale, soaew, iLaIbM
emily indused, malss sfaby. es

,ph gray. Oankere meath to eos -
"Pain io eammem. Wh. ameus
It ins umln, dul, aMd Woseved t
food, mpAafly VM otisse to at ea k1
tang eharaeto.
"Voatmite may oemn io sotemml
Amse fteaoi meals. semmt*gsimng
ash traesMt, IO pereaosmte
"m pedooum ll heads
feeling ON -- r .am s toer _ma
cOnstpats malMaiy quito -meser .
%'esesympmr gives byag Q ad
Pyle, eosolesasnttly with thea er
dmeripte r. Dr. artnma is rmelviW
from pa ntls tl al rer the tUsid Ia
If yous ave ay td thet yrapt
gt a bottUe a Paeaa. TUvaso6a b-e
for eeh m lmea eo U y eo sem-
does not timmedMtoly keCi boest p
appetto Improve, your disess-
eo" r me h asi b s
Peopoe wbheoobt to 1quMd mdm-a
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our orange custome are mritir ntms-
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We give you quicker maturity, better ship-
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sem I am ea n de the drt. ots, ts

it t ad to nth marthat
a ti a art osffe on the part of the
wer or keer, and not a ase of will-
al o SosleM or grdss elgeoen th
fr shall have authaity to re a
oa lu r s .an et SOR cot, few
Ssr bitaIm= .shall be
in ad noeted in t mayre
docket a an eefer, ad -R
ash service the maer shan i etitnd
to csage ad colet one dollar from
owar or kee e .
Secto 8. After ad jwi ttfn and be.
fore sale, the mayor sal have author-
Iy to rlease ay impounded animal oa
payment of e, costs, fee. and ex-
pe He shall be entitled to a fee
of dollar for such release, whish shall
be i writing and noted in the docket,
but the releaw f any impounded ani-


Section 9. Upon the of a sworn
omplant n the premise the mar-
shal tthe mayr hs cort the mayor
shall apont a day of hearigand ad-
jk-Stwonand shall caumethe notice of
the spende of the impraitma to be
publshed in some newkaer in the
citythe t publication aW


adude that wseh animal or animals
vea allowed to run at tlare with-
in the corporate mits, as charged
the complaint, he sha oced to in-
f iet a l acc e with the
pro of ordinance, and order
the aof h animal or animals to
cover costs of court ad sae, expense
of Impounding and keeping and any fine
for sch inraction of rdiance asmay
on-t dIf any such animal or
anim so proceeded aa t to adjudi-
cat ea ant mreaad by the mayor,
the ma hal share l aderg m le the same
fer gab aO the da I for sale
i tha mayor's o a jWoeton,. by
pwesl te notiess at three public
Saes theety by noo of the next
after Uca at te test.
On tha dayof ale, unless e-
iesed b mayor, the manrhal shall
s at aask to the highest bkhMer for
neparaeuly, each anmal until the
isao og ess, fes Yee and
e a'br ammt Ged.
s=Adbe Mvie by =asrri out-

A inuai 1- rood su- saltfkes
F4behe tur n-
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wlo r eesit of =$1.0 for a male dot
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ftu atst rds a0ctober in moe year.
-da d etiv of mti fowlof
fes or sal ks, or to d o ct for bit-



by the owner wl- --m- are within the,
Section 17. Atso b pound hale e-
S LtabHsd by te mayr, and the acit
mnashal shall impound therein all un-






run at l i unlicensed or unmuhxied sk
herein pruid the owner of f ame dhall
nr more thra five doga, upon eon-
veto in thhemayor' s court e a
i ti a 1i. Wle the mawhich shall be
ted, _aebr, if te n own r be knowm
the mar l, o Octobr complach yar.
made, shall arrest or mmo theiowlsner
o a Aftor dangerous forth it-
aploudeddg shall be kthept mar-uzzled
l unless the owner s hall license or
Sth17. Ame if tsubpond shall bound toes-
th tsedt ofy the mayor, ad the city
mpershal shmay payll mpoundthe li therein all un-
iemsed or unmuzzled dogs when at
laofrge with or withoutand save the owner in the
dog tnd re For allowing a dog to
run at large unlicensed or unmuzzled as
hal. Teinh e fees of the m ame shall
bela eto a fne o not s than onefoow:
nor more than five dollars, upon con-
victio in the mayor's court.
Section 19. Wbo the marshal shafl
Impound a dog, if the owne be known,
the marshal, after complaint by him
made, shall arrest or summon the owner
to appear in the mayor'rscourt, and ans-
weraechar of breach of this ordinance.
section After three days the im-
pounded dog shall be killed by the mar-
I hl unless the owner shall license or
mnazle the same if the dogK is found to
uire a muzzle as herein provided.
With the consent of the mayor, any
person may the license fee and cost
of pcsad ave the life of the
dog and receive the same from the mar-
shal. The fes of the marshal shall be
as folows:


November, 1909.
Attest:
J. P. WnsoNw.


head-.------$ .50
d per day----- .26
in perad .50
ed is 2ndday of
B. R. WILSON,
Mayor.


AN OXDINANCZ
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Attewt:
J. P. WhQM.


November,


B. R WISn ,
Mayor.


TO AILING VO IN
A Little ud Advise to Nelp Mary
a ksme in TItz ville
No woman can be healthy and well
if the kidneare siek. Poos that
po ioffint secetions when the
kidey are wel are Mtaind in the
body when the kidney are slk. Kid-
Sand bladder become inflamed
aad swolen and worse troubles quick
ly fellow. This i often the true
ease of bearing* down pains, lame
meaL backace, ideache, etc. Uric
poiooing also eome headache, di-
S~eln ls or, nervoeM.Um and
When offering so, try Doan's Kid
ney Pills, a remedy that cures ck
k eys. You will get better a the
kidneys et better and health will
return when the kidneys are well.
Let t a Ttuaville woman tell you about
Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. C. W. Grig, of Tituaville,
Fla., says: "For some time dffer-
ed from backache and experienced a
greet deal of annoyance from irregu-
lar pamages of the kidney secretions.
A dull, grinding pain through my
loins kept me in misery. Learning
of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured
them and they soon gave me the de-
sired relief. Doan's Kidney Pills
have also been used in my father's
family and the best of results have
been obtained from their use."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name--Doan's-
and take no other.


0. A. STEWART


Fire Insurance

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
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Balle's omet is amng right
alg" 4that its motor neear
giotMbtrw. It was r&t asee
written about in the year 11 B.
C., ad last mee n 186; it will be
seen by the aked eye about Christ-
mas time in the eastern sky but as
its losest proximity to earth will be
18,000,000 miles you need not begin
to dodge,your ead for fear of hav-
ing your new automobile hat smahed.


Governor OGuisr ha appointed
oe am delatssto the MIeepi-
Atlantie Iland Waterwr moustalo
which meets n Jtbanville on the
16th, Almost enough todig the pro-
posed land waterway if they would
devote ammuc timeto the use o
shovels a tey will to wind-jam-
ming. Why not work these things on
the old-fahioned log-rolling pla ?


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t of. ars.*" The was
extended to the g of
honrse snd aftr to the arti-
1 of tebe.o-MBas the linen
plate.
.Winw twIUmer Chural.
10 a small Essex vil-
Soc hld an important
ace the making of England. It
was hee that Canute and his Danes
won that decisive victory over Ed-
mund Ironsides which gave the Eng-
lish erow to the Danish pirate.
The CeoMqror named its rising
Around "Canute' Down" (Canew-
don). and gave the five manors com-
ising the parish to his son Sweyn.
SEmbracing Christianity. Canute
founded a church at Canewdon, and
to this day Canewdon gves its name
to a rural deanery which includes
8outbend. eight miles to the south.
-Westminster Oastte.
A PERPETUAL CLOCK.
Tb Way Its Curious Mochanism Dio.
apparod In China.
In the eighteenth century an in-
genious jeweler named .uames Cox
of Shoe lane, Iondon, constructed
a clock which was rendered per-
petual by a cleverly contrived at-
tachment which ufiized the rise
and fall of the barometer to suppl)
the necessary energy.
The movement of the mercury:
actuated a cogwheel in such a ran-
ner that whether the mercury rose
or fell the wheel always revolved ii!
the same direction and kept the
weights that supplied the move-
ment of the clock always wound
up. The barometer bulb dipped
into a mercury cistern. The cisterr
hung attached to the extremities
of two rockers, to the left end of
one and the right end of the other
The bulb was similarly attached
to the other extremities of the rock-
ers, which are thus moved ever
time there is a change in the
amount of mercury in bulb and cis-
tern respectively. The rockers ac-
tuated a vertical ratchet, and the
teeth were so arranged that the
wheel they controlled could only
move in one direction, whether the
ratchet ascended or descended.
The clock itself was an ordinary
one, but of very strong and su-
perior worlrmrnship and was jewel-
ed with diamonds at every bearing,
the whole being inclosed in a glass
case, which, while it excluded dust.
displayed the entire mechanism.
The fate of Cox's clock was
brought to light in a work called
"Travels of China," published in
1804 and written by John Barrow.
In this book it is stated that in
the list of presents carried by "the
late Dutch ambassador" were "two
grand pieces of machinery that
were part of the curious museum of
Cox." One of these apparently was
this perpetual clock, and it was
taken by the Dutch embassy to Chi-
na, where i i the journey from Can-
ton to Pekin both the instruments
suffered some slight damage. Ef-
forts were made to repair them at


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ia d1 iat left to p-le their
s- iS Ledo; enag to watch
heley the love abin of their
daghters, uestatingly bidding
this or that mpa begos; moral
rage and physical vitality left
after the da'. work to be in fact
as well as in facy thhe bad of the
house." They have the wisdom to
lave hour for play, for pure boy-
ishn.. of living. And all this may
be observed in the same middle c!a.s
that with is turns the whole issue
over to the. wife, expecting of her
all wisdom, though knowing her
sheltered youth, and all vitality to
run unceasingly and unaided the
whole machinery of the f .ily. No
wonder our women have "nerves!"
I No wonder they are becoming more
and more restless (one of the first
evidences of strain), more and more
discontented as time passes! Mas-
culine kindness to our women is
sometimes so tangled up with self-
ishness that there need be no sur-
prise that there is some confusion
regarding them.
Not that our men want the
money after which they are striv-
ing for themselves, for their pleas-
ures. They do not. They are al-
most notoriously generous. Our
rich men give, give, give, to their
wives, their children, to colleges, to
hospitals, to churches, until the
whole world is amazed at their gen-
erosity.
The habit and fury of work, un-
reasoning, illogical, quite unrelated
to any need, is a masculine disease
in this country, and the whole social
system has for years paid the inevi-
table penalty. Here and there a man
tries to stop in time. but finds him-
self obsessed by work so that he can
no longer think of anything else.
He is as much a slave to it as is an\
opium taker to his dru. and drunk-
ard to his potion. It is a grave
danger not only to the individual.
but to the whole American civiliza-
tion.-Anna A. Rogers in Atlantic.
The Man Who Wins.
Business is not like backing
horses. The man who wins in busi-
ness wins because e has deserved
to win; the man who loses does so
because he deserves to lose. Thi.-
truth may not always be obvious.
but it is none the less true. Of
course the unsuccessful man won't
admit ii. It would he better for
him if he did. for then he would
seek for the deficiency in himself
which brought about his failure and
strive to eliminate it. It is the old
principle of the survival of the fit-
test. The fittest is the man of
pluck, with strong belief in his own
powers and a keen energy to seize
every chance. The man who he,
lives in luck would probably i-.
more profitably employed in back
ing horses, where his peculiar t;i!
ents would have more play.-Lon-
don Opinion.

Sign of Your Uncle.
The use of three gilt balls as the
symbol of the pawnlroker's trade
came into use with the Lombards.
who were the first great money
lenders of the world. Of the Lonn-
bards the princely Medici family of
Florence were the first to make
money lending a buiiine.s. On tlhe
Medici coat of arms had lbeen en-
graved three gilt balls. and tlii ini-


-l- ti was naMhg
w Vit t toWs t9in. no matter
e iit iti t nal difficulties might
bAst -be V not able to ples
Sb a his life Pagaaini gave ever
b.s pratisiag, for the reason, it is
Sid. that b t played oly his
a a tf o Rubistein's indi-
e. n M iy the importao of
S :.' ir pcti e,"hould I not
Sfor day I know I t, should
2 "lmin:two A"dayi_ my friends knov
it, sad boulder ssu three days

A. othr -arvi~sO, during
~h. -stamAt days was an inmate of
tahe hr of bis master, and it was
,A Irdy em to tb inerahble de-
S~ hands 4_ paetioe that the teacher
d si that Jochim was en-
abied "o attain his proud position.
Thel mnm wherein the pupil prac-
tised s without any window, but
had alass panel in the door. If
the sound of Joechim's violin ceased
.or a moment during the hours set
part for practice. then could be
sen the cowling face of the in-
sructor poring thr ogh the pael
Joachim petieed moo composition
-the diffult Beethoven concerto
.'-for over sixty years.
Mendelssohn has left an interest-
Iag observation touching his ardu-
us hours of practice. Speaking'of
ebrtain recitals he was giving on
the organ, he said: "I became so
interested in my work that whole
day passed like hours. I practiced
pdl passages to such an extent
tht the act of walking along the
street actually transformed itself
into a fugue, so automatic had my
movements become."
With regard to his practicing
Paderewski entertains some odd no-
tions, one of which is a penchant
,for a nocturnal running of the
scales. The great Pole has been
known to spend the whole night in
achieving perfection in one or two
runs of a composition he is study-

iaderewski has said that the
greatest foe a musician has to fight
is the feeling of satiety that is sure
to oppress him should his work be
not well apportioned. Each season
the Pole fnds that he must acquire
some twenty to thirty new compo-
sitions. So hard does he work at
these that at the conclusion of his
short tour he cannot endure to heir
a single bar of any of them. Like
many other musicians, he is saved
from inaction only by the acquire-
ment of novelties. New York
Tribune.
A Tall One.
"I've been all over the world,"
remarked the globe trotter, "but I
have never seen a place like Mada-
ascar--such vegetation, such charm-
ig natives, such food!
"When I went there I was a sail-
or ona schooner. We lay in a Mad-
eacan harbor for several weeks.
Well, will you believe it, at the end
of the first week a deputation of
sailors waited on the captain. They
threatened to mutiny unless a cer-
tain demand was granted.
"Now, what do you suppose they
demanded? Salt pork-salt pork.
mind you-instead of what the cap-
tain had been giving them !"
"And what was that?" inquired
tba auditors.


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that are various. It my e
with a shell a yellow or with a
hell of dark color with lihter
shadin like those. of afinismb to
toise shell, or it may have a mot-
tled shell or a shell whose coloring
resembles that of veined marble.
It seems all the prettier seen ami
its rough ourroaudings on the big
loggerhead's dingy brown shell.
The big loggerhead, with a top
shell six or seven feet in length,
may afford a foatin home for va-
rious other living things. Barna-
cle attach to it and there live their
lives, traveling with it wherever it
goes, as do barnacles that attach to
vessels. Marine vegetation that
lodges on its back may there stick
and thrive just as it would attached
to rocks, gathering in clumps or
streaming back from it when the
big turtle is in motion just as it
might from rocks washed by a flow-
ing tide, and in this vegetation
may be found various minute forms
of animal life. Some day when the
big turtle, with all this life on its
beck, swims into shallower waters
to feed or works its way through
some floating mass of seaweed one
or two sailor crabs may come
aboard, shipping thus for a long
voyage.
To the sailor crab thus embarked
the big turtle may not seem like a
sea washed moving continent, but it
might easily seem like a sizable is-
land with many places to roam.
When the turtle is asleep, lying
still upon the waters, the little
sailor crab may wander out to the
end of one of its long extended
zippers as it might to the end of
some peninsula, and then it may
come back to find its way among
the meadows or the forests of veg-
etation on the turtle's back, and if
it is hungry, why, while the barna-
cles in their fixed places are reach-
ing out with their delicate fingers
and sweeping the adjacent waters
as with a net to draw in their sus-
tenance the sailor crab can move
about in the vegetation and find
food.
Or the sailor crab may find food
in the scraps that come to it from
the turtle's table. The loggerhead
is both a vegetable and a flesh feed-
er. It will eat sea grass or what-
ever crustaceans it can catch or
fish.
It might seem that the big log-
gerhead couldn't ca-h fish. But it
is a great swimmer. anil it will
smash into a school of tisi and snap
up what it wants, and scraps from
this float back to the lodge on the
turtle's back and there furni.-h food
for the sailor. So the sailor crab
at sea on the turtle's back is likely
to get enough to eat, but it ias to
be always on the lookout not to be
swept off tile ship's deck to be lost
in the ocean or tllhere ldevored Iv
some bigger c.r;iltrll'f .
When the ture I,. i- unicr nav or


there i a; liea vv 'eao rlnninii it nl't
hold oni tir.t witt li -siirp lai'i.r
:iand it iliV lt i ad a refi o,'n .t'he!'re
in th1e \e. i"t:l'ioni. ulilt it i- more
like!' to c, ';iitn i ail cr
\ e.- 'Ihe 'r,! of tlie -hell ill t e
base of tl e turtle'-- back toi where
it .;i!i li is there the sailor crabs have often-
est been found on log.erheakd'
which have coeii from the tropics
in summer :ndl been taken in local
waters.-New York Sun.
Richard ';rant White once said
that a radical reform in English
spelling is, first, unnecessary; sec-
ond, undesirable and, third, impos-
sible, thus recalling the story of the
old Scottish preacher who upon
meeting one of his hearers after the
services inquired how he liked the
Baprnn 66I rrn"A 1:14 L- --:


Nervous


"I have traveled for thity
years continually. I lost a grat
deal of sleep, which together
with constant worry left me in
such a nervous state that Inally
after having two mcllae d
nervous protrato, I was
obliged to e p traveling al-
together. doctored continually
but with so reif. Dr. MUW'
Nervine came to my rescu- I
cannot describe the suferlng
which this Nervine saved me.
Whenever I am particular
nervous a few doses relieve me.
A. G. C. LIBBY, Wells, Me
There are many nervous
wrecks. There is nervous pro-
tration of the stomach, of the
bowels, and other organs. The
brain, the kidney 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 normal
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.


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Sepbes and Peruimers.
TVsrWyro s4 Cm-u 8=4 -boq.:si
have Its.wg 3-PU I I anUt- o s bl a
1:4 beloti'refs and 6:12-406m-9 lies.gor
a lonaw ad.' sad assbfsr tVra
Genes. Ov-efton M ell ms


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Pekin. but on leaving the capital it
was discovered that the Chinese
prime minister. He Tchangtong.
had substituted two other clocks of
very inferior workmanship and had
reserved Cox s mechanism for him-
self.-London Times.

Unsympathetic Brute.
Mrs. Malaprop Young Sharp
will have to apologize before I'll
speak to him again.
Mis Interest-Did he insult you ?
Mrs. Malaprop Did he! The
last time I met him I told him that
my uncle, Lord de Style, had loco-
mnotiv.it kei ,anr a ha hiA ki hi iam- I


,ignia had been handed down gen-
eration after generation as a symbol
of money lending. One pawnbroker
of London told a friend that it
meant getting the security of dou-
ble the value of what is lent. Two
of the balls would therefore indi-
cate what the money lender took
and the third what he gave.-Lon-
don Modern Society.
Concerning the prejudice against
whistling on Sunday in Scotland
this story is told: Two men who
had done a burglary job on Satur-
day night went on Sunday morning
into a wood to divide the plunder.
One of them began to whistle over
the division when his companion
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at. a oand wthe extent of his alll n em.O
-, _I a I Efathboed. He is then sg r s e lee Flea
W a M j -s A alved to persue hies stdio, the e 0 h.- S
as s t ttw books bea sring applied by
When ttheatti W en ttare a m Phwb s. I rew
Newe* Bseveral in together a teetarr is ob- CA&m, f rao YesiF mg Tnw ab
fAn a'bwho sals as ary. taned flfrom outside, and lessons ari os. Is sa a s 'q ma
fe ao m mni regaularly.r Mee e r
tr*. i-e 6 s aIn the office la record of each pri- e Ch' r-s a
t flJasq TSheVtr owner is kejt during his stay. This
Ova serves to btoW whether the convict
I v yupIe s prompt to obey the officials, DpI
-22Wad Ismo'- whether he shows affection afor hi
n t ernohng Mrwh ther e
Sra r. hia arpaeadelr. cents and relatives, whether he
7 ,2e Na 7 onoseheles told his hearers writes letters home and whether he
sm Sit. r i nterti g thing concerning makes progress or not in his scho-
.o l t t the great composer, who was his plastic studies.
disy. ae. gather, frm whom he had this "It pays them to be industrious."
egsm eomumant of Mendelssohn's last visit said the warder. "The average con-


t or "could n ot h I eI exprsse a a bth at o rob ers, ii n H a v e B o
rpuashr tsuo tQue is Victoria. Asr he was bout vrict makes 1 se (5 cents) aday; 4l
i n to eae the queen said to him, se go into his own personal ac-n
Su oeew, Dr.'He delrsohn, you ehav nt e count A skilled worker will make th
~ se mes o ouch pleasure, is there 2se a day, 8 being his orn aga in. I
dJ to give you pala s of Af For r na l I
c mdoten cortie sgivdte gwrler tSome o then men actually support
;'u re "oAnd as her majesty insisted their families on rwhat they earn in

to JW bow by alNt than to se the nurseries and athe it wa natural that after parading
SI the sn riaement connected thi. per cent returned; of the first of-
with Oth royal children. "The most pan's treatment found her criminals ed
a mmwte courtier," said the lee- to a decrease in crime. ThA P offiLY cials
lakes. Ab"could not hae exrsonpresed a co Donaesed that o ro a gers, brglarsd- ,
S ~wish better calculated to ple have the thieeso nd swindlers 60 per cent
queen. She med a s t cordially responded wnt ack to the prisons. Of those
ntd herself conducted him through who had been twice imprisoned 60
the nurries. dispute was atper cent returned; of the first of-
fep w or lst rried into the ourt. The Dondes mos per cent fovaluend their way
Who OwN4 the Flab back.-Wide World Magazine. A PURELY VEGT ADLE
There is n decision Wale a cree was odd was an old clay pipe which he kept
milewth l p long, connecting tn ouh. e dreed that say one at Girth castle. He got itfromthe R-


i m.l of luh dl- claiming to own anity of the fish poet on board the Pembroke CastleUT
,. al, I" u r p al Of t t he fis h thoey's were Grantully Castle in 1880. Tennyson biBALLARD SNOWmk LNMENT CO.

,. leMsiu e tou o tha ern tat. me cplatin letters, and that in the fsp ute wure at i ng b een persuaded to give of S L AL TIME AR No. 79. Sd to Sept. I M0
tmll taIt p a wll" w itc the r i he mu last carr t ch his own fish or nonThe weed fonald'r a timeo was about to throw l N so.
telal of lth pasW Inmed tely u lder atc ision of the judgnique wadcision putodd a n the la throughld thcly pipe whiport, according he kept A DAL Y Ol Y


___,__ _end to the dispute.-Chicago Ree- to his usual custom. rhen. in com- o am Lv..Jackoavlle Ar 7.t pm a8 am
Sord-Herald. pliance with Sir Donald's request, he 2 pao 10 5 am Lv .t.Augutlne Ar 60 pm 7 m a
On4 n Ip I 56 am, Lv .- ast Palatk Lv 5 06 pm 6s &am
Ve it to .im as a keepsake. On 01 p : 32 pm ; L... Ormond .... Lv 3 lS pa 4 28 a
SI 4 Lov...Daytona ...Lv I 14 pm 4 15 at
--The Silk Prom the Cooio. bing informed of the incident 4 pm 1 4 p L .... yona Lv2 34 pm S 3 sam a
ing pm 3O .Lt News umrnu .Lv 20pm 3am operated on tralas a i t.
In attaining full growth the silk- Gladstone remarked to Sir Donald: o00 pm 36 pa Lv .Titusville... Lv 1 2 pm a ween Jaclsonville and MilI
1043 Pm 1 11 pmLt ...... Qioc. Lv 42 44 pmi 14 am
Sworm stops feeding and throws out "Keep it. It will be precious some 10 47 pm 4 p Lv kockledge.. Lv 12 4 a
Ii 20 pm 4 57 pm Lv ..Eau 6aIlie Lv 12 10 i 1 12 a ullmn llt lp
dlken thread. The silk is formed day."-Westminster Gazette. it a pn 5 07 pm v Melboure Lv t 2 Im Igam 0'lIIno B ori ndi-aKr
Gzette.II 3 pm 7 07 pm Lv PMelbourne Lv L 02 pm I 03am; wen New Yort and KaanisW
H a fluid condition and issues from a SM 7 06 pmv Ft. Pierce .LvO 21 am It 30 pm iKey over the Atlantle Coas LLU
isaim r pm 9v &W. 0.4l froee3 Lv & 91 m a U pm n north of JetkLnvtlt0 am ba d40p
the body of the worm in a glutinous The Sooret of Strength. 6 i am IL 0 pm Ar Miami Lv 30 am. S 00 pt on o s on bail
state, apparently in a single thread. A kindly elderly bald gentleman 720 am ...... .L inl"a"....... 4 1I
Prom this silk the worm constructs was telling some lads the story of It Sa n At kniiht- Key Lv i am
its cocoon, an interval of from Samson. "He was strong," sa;d the 1-0 im .pin r Key West Iv, t; ;3oimi
three to five days being required to speaker in summing up, "became I 30o m Ar Havana. i. ::0 pm .
., complete its imprisonment in the weak and then regained his strength, Sundays. Tuesday and Thursday. arrival. at Key West
envelope. In order that the silken which enabled him to destroy his IMo"da'. Wednesday and Friday, rri l' arnd ielrtIre, at Hve
itrands may not be subjected to the enemies. Now, boys, if I had an
danger of breakage by the moth enemy what would you advise me to PAa ATKA BRANCH
emerging from the cocoon the do?" A little boy considered the lave Kasti EA.-T PAI.ATKA T. I .".iA,,, iL.,e PAI.ATKA Ti EA.lI AirveKl ,
cocoons are steamed till the in- secret of that great ancient's Ptlatk* PrALAPTK.A alisa -ilii PAL.TKA .i-laitk
eloced insects are dead. After this strength, and his hand went up. .s am .,o t l., a .' \ so. .11 Daly ., ,,
the silk mav be wound off. "Get a bottle of hair restorer!" he 5s am .o W1 ,iv si..i. s .,i s., ul i,
S9 ; aim ...... .%. \ ,0 1-,1 u il ......:1 It 4 a l II,
Onions and Pneumonia. exclaimed.--ondon Chronicle. IN; illyl ....... 31,5 Dl l
4 1i, m Nol10' I 'Is lvl ", 4 jill ;.ll No Ia' Daly 4 56 pi.'
Hot onions. according to a French Jackson had occasion to censure a '" jCi \ I. I,,! 'I:', ';' .,, I Illy a 1. pL.
physician, are said to be a sure cure cadet who had given, as he believed, ni _
for pneumonia. The remedy is as the wrong solution of a problem. sN MIAI RA(N H N--
follows: Take Six or ten onions, ac- On thinking the matter over at Ieave Ei AI A-I V AITKA i r, P'I A 'to AN AATEO TO EAST ArrivekaI
ari ermr N =woaia cording to size, and chop fine, put home he found that the pupil was Palatka. s AN MA.tE Mat I liteO PAI.ATKA Palacks
e a t, i luLmod *.".in a large pan over a fire, then add right and the teacher wrong. It, .
the shadoW plte being reMfeno 11. vng enough mk aw ti ckof w.. but he immediately am s on a. mo ls \at. I IM o
tlll uht, pet Laing .mth celluloid the same quantity of rye meal and was late at night and in the depth < mo p. .. o 0 ai... .t .. I3 Nom .. o IW 0.i ... ,2
-amLgt, mi..... .o Iv; lla......... pewo lim 3.th cm ...ulop..
throws a shadow of the plu. vinegar enough to make a thick of winter, but he immediately start- .Y 5 oS
The etW%4 at r it at ti aa follow: paste. In the meantime stir it thor- ed off to the institute, some dis- o lt nday N l A MAYPORT sRANCH No. 50 ty
The aropaut takes frolu the chart thw roughly, letting it simmer for five tance from his quarters, and sent ill on ly oDly .Daly
enrso'lp wiasm to star by. The or ten minutes; then put in a cot- for the cadet. The delinquent, an- 0 i 1 i ................ a... .- .ii......-. s oiSu rs10
6r 67 as 2 4 U a 10& AN r.................. 4tiauto.
Msadw ptda is thea tward rouud uu- on bag large enough to cover the swering with much trepidation the s 2 I i Ar........... 1.,.... lah. ..........L 3 li I
tl tihe F tduah m ar Iis ourwnt. l f hlngs, and apply to chest as hot as untimely summons. found himself. P i l t io ...... .. .... sI : 12 oon as
the true brlnP of t Ia's mlus w the patient can bear. In about ten to his astonishment, the recipient of to.,, 'a. o... i.c Bti,.-e :c..... O, s.sed "s. ..
4 : : t' M na j 65 pmM 'mr pm O fi am mLa'sIwshadIew.stri pIm
S is ae d clue to minutes apply another, and thus a frank apology.- From "'Stonewll Opm D P n 9** .--i- n- am O.Tui. Ar . I n
t r with a e a tinue by reheating the poultices, Jackson and the Civil War." I pm 11 am .a li L m i g. am Ar...'g... :v. l
t r aq he ob- I aad in a few hours the patient will 4 S hpm 1n r m ifr fr .a Si a i ons 12 m r ma w.. ar ... ..
be out of danger. This simple rem- tMy. ws h bo thes r rom sai tu- cc ma r r a c
eJ ati as*3esas san ae aWi L am n a isa a a.. 4Lt Z t........... I4L t-- ..:-L eaV....a---*L --6 snArk. nA rnR BaI TAM- .L .a. ..b --- -a 1-


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BRy tuderby and Siter, Mfs
Wl.nr, of Lote ;Mr. and Mrs. W.
rMwd a tof Artias, and Charlie
bwarewt aad sterM. Jsaaie, were
aMM A those ot of town who attend-
d dance at the Carter cottage
Inkaturday night.
Woa URdd hwem-s tUed In the ystem.
Swill mavMl das)' treatment to care it,
St-hsY M mto e I ChL a mbertaia's
nL-- L wk l w It -w a qithWkw than
Iabtr l aiem lavms the sye tou a
tate baisaty oadiOirW. old by all

X1DI.ANOLA
DAW OF AM OULD 8WTLI
At ld Oea om
r" e'irmdl Mr. John Macd= i.
bhad W Wl autak^ radua lly
ig about a year but only
aonfned tobed for one Week. Mr.
d Mrs. doa spent the sum-
+ -r in there i rtn home, only re-
mngin on O e27th, .the old
ti&anJaonw to get to the aun-
ir south ad Id uand home, where
iet he n improve. He uffer-
fd from drop, and the disease was
t far advmaned for him to recruit.
r.Mldmid wm born In England,
but cromd the ocean to this country
wheO quite a young man, coming
Il ea steam made it a swift and
nt ouraey. Mr. Macdona d
d over te allowed & hay-
Iaemtedhis sventy-hh birth-
day in August. His devoted wife
stated Monday on her ad journey to
Attleboro, Mam., where her husband
is to be buried, having quite a
number of relatives there. Mr. and
Mrs. Macdonald spent very many
happy years at Indianola, where they
were ever ready to enter heartily in-
to any movement that would benefit
the place, and at any social function
were always among the young
folks, as happy as anyone, so that
Uncle John will be adly missed and
the heartfelt sympathy of the com-
munity is extended to his sorrowing
wife, who is quite alone, not having
any family.

CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. John Macdonald begs to re-
turn thanks for the many kind in-
quiries during her husband's illness,
also the neighborly action and sym-
pathy expressed by many friends in
her sad trial, which Mrs. Macdonald
thoroughly appreciates.

Thomas Donnelly and wife are at
home from their extended visit north.
The oranges are coloring nicely,

Notice to Huaters and Dog Fol-
lowers
All hunters and dog followers are
requested to keep o my premises.
No person, however he may be a
friend, is not welcome to enter my
enclosure in time of my absence,
ad any sceh person so entering is
liable to preeeutiona or trespass and
upon sufficient evidence I shall enter


suit agalst you.
aaveral, Fla., Nov. 12th, 190. I


evep -- I es lodes do


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wyome I


Lay dal 1M raU thlnata mdi-
tel a W A ft I caanaot
do In esty ir3e A wels Co en-
Ask 7wr deem Nbe kows
__ 4r .., o, ,w.
407-i b w66mI *8.Ayers Plus for cor-
gooin b shlsabessh of the liver.
!--ft reI".&. wa&.._Uamnm.s.LMG.-

ad everyone is bhr in the pecking

Mrs. J ames L Crawford returned
to Scranton, Pa., on Wednesday, but
expets to return here ere long.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck and son,
Ahley, of Ormond, arrived Satur-
day to visit their relatives, Mr. and
Mnr. S. J. Field.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sanderson, af-
ter an extended tour in Europe re-
turned to Seranton, Pa., the end of
July, arrived at their lovely winter
home here on Thursday. All pleas-
ed to see Bamboo Lodge open again.
Mrs. D. A. Carter arrived at Guild-
mead on Friday evening, always de-
lighted to come to her beautiful
southern home, and this season has
anmy improvements which will add
to her comforts during the winter,
as Mrs. Carter always entertains her
friends until May.

EBAU qA TT.T
Minnie Young spent Tuesday at
Wabasso.
Mr. IAter Carr arrived last week
from his home in West Virginia.
Mil Rachel Tucker returned home
after several weeks' visit in Cocoa.
Dr. Sarah Hodgson and Miss Bessie
spent Tuesday afternoon in Cocoa.
Mr. Frank Younsr, of Wabasso,
spent Tuesday in town with his par-
ents
T. J. Shave and family spent Wed-
nesday at Aurora and fishing on the
Lake.
Mrs. Wallace returned Sunday
from a visit with relatives in Mel-
bourne.
Mr. Pennington and son, of Jasper,
spent a few days this week visiting
Mr. J. W. Whilden.
I Rev. W. A. Mason closed his series
of lectures at the Baptist church
Wednesday evening.
J. 0. Andrews leaves Sunday night
for Lawtey, where he has accepted a
position as engineer for the saw mill.
Mrs. C. C. Houston and son spent
a few days in Melbourne visiting her
brother, Rev. R. F. Whitehurst and
family.
Y. L. Draper and wife arrived
Friday from Illinois for the winter
with his daughter, Mrs. J. T. Carson
and family.
An interesting program will be
rendered at the M. E. church on Sun-
day evening by the Kings Herald
Society at 7 o'clock. Every one
come.
CANAVIR AT.
Mrs. E. M. Godfrey, of Brantley,
spent several days here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Holmes called
on Capt. and Mrs. Henry Wilson Sun-
day.
Miss Jeanette Norwood called on
Mrs. G. M. Quarterman Monday af-
ternoon.
A party from St. Lucie and Palm
Beach county killed nine deer here
this week.
The lampist of the 6th district ar-
rived Saturday to do some work at
this station.
E. J. Praetorius made a trip to Eau
Gallie for S. F. Gray and Frank Wil-
son this week.
Children Teething
Mm. WnfW.ow'. AOOTHIm 8aeup hul|
bee. used for FIFTY YgAIYS hy MILLIONS'
of MOTHEiS for their CHII)iREN WHILE


Tr ETHING, with PERFEL.T 8CtSC78& It
SOOTHE the CHILD OFTEN8 the GUMS
ALLAY8 all PIN; CLREs WIND COLIC.
sod is bh a1 remedy for DIARRH(EA.
baId b drni n is every part of the world.
bee e snd k for *Ml.& Winlow's South.
lAg ~.-p," sdllo ot Itkind. Twenty-
Iv oerL a uttiMe.


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Thd to rdove frm i o broa htinr u Jm I&Mu i
omt at 2wo 'iheok p. m., Nov. 1st TITUSVILL ,
pta19, whresent E. B. Arnold, tha
nir; G ere. S --. Singeton, A.v J.l carter .L lci|






tia s ohn R. a cosuperintendengt. The minutes of the
orkt too trying for her strength and



s rport fr the ., Nov. stoO, 190. Ot
The bard of public instruction
met at 2:30 o'clock p. m., Nov. 1st, Jas. Pritchard & Son
tr present E. B. Arnold, chair-
man; Geo. S. Singleton, A. J. Carter Handle the Finest Lines of
I and John R. Walker secretary and Handle the F nest Lines of
superintendent. The minute. of the
last regular meeting were read and Heay and Shelf Hardware
adopted. The treasurer presented Heavy and Shelf Hardware
his report dor the month of October,
, 1909, of the moneys received and Our Stocki of l
warrants paid during said month,
the same as examined and found Guns anO orS in r is
correct and redeemed warrants dulyand per43
chance lled and filed. The tax collec-m is c m plete at all tim es
tor presented his report of poll taxes s p lt ll
receiveddurin the month of Octo-e g N 2 1
ber, 1909r showing $3.00 for 1908




AN ie th meinPaints and Oils of Quality
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
To HON. A. A. STEWART, one of our Specialties

laws of Florida, we hereby file with Quotations for large Or small Orders will
you the following itemized statement be given pesonl Uteution. MaU Ordrs
of all moneys received, appropria- be g iven p o ate io Mi Ordw
tions made and warrants issued forocereslicitd and promptly fed

Warrants outstanding last report
county hpol fuFi R -----





de handle prod "ce of all kinds. We are a4en's for Mape' Fertiliarrn We deal excleively
warrants isaetud this meeting
County school fund ---- ------ 2 U1 7

Warrants ianid its Ott. t9WD. UoD-1.14.3 E. L. BRADY & BRO O
ty school fund ---------------- N
Wansuls now outstanding at this Groceries, Hay, Grain and ll Food Products
date-------------------------12.53.7t-Ve h;andlt prod ce of all kinds. We are ren's for Maape ,Fertiliwwr% We deal eclemivel
Les cash on hand ..----......... .1 in the altove lins ofgoods and solicit the trade of allL roorn,t BrH Write us for prick uo
;raii rand all tinUrriea, delivered at your station. E. L. BAD)Y & Bko.. TITUtVILI..
IDeficit in funds ....-..-...........--- 12.3 .27
ITEMIZEOD XP-NDITU'IW I SPELL I)r. .. ('. SPLl.. Reguitered Pharmaci t
County school funds.
Teaches salries----------- .1. BANNER DRUG STORE
Fee & Stewart. repair to No.. 253.. 7.7
W. H. Hart. repairs to wshool wagon 3.0(; W LLttux t ll., p loXrlda
John Kettles. drayage o b hooks t tc. 3(1
Jua. Mitchell. jauitor No. t ....... -.- Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
eri F. can Book (ir o. bk 7.75 nu Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Ssh Bokept. tks 75 9 75.:1 Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
So Bch Book Dept. -free botaks 41h t
H. s. bouok 291 4.4 haven't in stock
D.C. Heath A Co.H 8. books -.---- I t
Silver-Burdett Co. H. S. books-----... 4 B. C. Edwards W. H. Ford
Hinds. Noble & Eld-
redge ------------- H. 14. buxoks
+'Ir .+ oTITUSVILLE ICE CO
The Pub. ch. Pah Co. free buks. 9.50 T IT U SV ILLE
E %. A. Rowles, crayon..... ----..- 12
8. B Fields. transporting pupils 2ndm o. 7(o.0 Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
.1. 1. Swioson 1.m,
J. ou ** *o .. .... Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points om the Florida ast Coast
Perry Simmons " .. 75.(o
(iffori Kettles -- ** l t on- v(hwe.uetr.r "'"rgr!erty7l r;;-
J. t. Walker, salary for 4 (ktoher ..... ,
E. H. Arnold. wpr diem and mileage 17 2
.I. .ig.eton" 1 SECOND HANDS
J. R. Walker, frght. expnres. Itge. etc 17.71 ,
at t Advocate. pub. TYPE WRITER BARt iIN
K. M Tedder, StL LucieUo. line pupils 2~9,.9
7.773S.7 for one month ... 3>'8 ,X ',,7
Fee& Stewart, bImnkers intt-reA.. 1 i |
John Henary typewriting ii,,utes for -_ _w t_ _d_.__o_ _em
publication .----------- -. X.... .. .or,
I. K Srtte ikt, itreta on $t11 9 .75 t For ten days we will offer our second hand Type-
J. F. Farley. building sch ot ho use a writers, viz: Smith Premiers, Remingtoaa, MO-
Micco----.....--.. ........... archs, Fox, Yosts, Williams, Blickenaderfers, etc. at
C. E. hull. freight on desks. etc. tI1 prices from $2.59 to $5.MN -:- Second hand Under-
icco----- ..............---------.... woods from SM to $75. -:- New Underwoods, the
Total iue. ---------- -- 5i machine you will eventually buy, $ 97 and up. .
The matter of publishing the list .... Write For Descriptive Circulars ....
of text books to be used as a basis '|


for June examination was taken up,
and awarded to The Florida Star.
Several letters were read to the W
board and referred to the superin- a W
tendent for action. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
a100 Reward 1oO.'
'he readers of this paper *ill he plve.IA.rd
to learn that there is at leaht one dreadful
disease that science hai henu &ble to cure iin
all its stage. sd that is Catarrh. Hall. IN D IA N R IV ER O M PA NY
tarrh Cure is the only puoitive cure konowu
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh l ingia Ste a d Fy
conltitutional dieas. rquin-r (a t*,ratitu- Dealers In Staple and Fancy Grocerles
tionai treatment. Hall's tatarrh Cure is .
taken internally, acting directly upon th --at Competitive Pricea
blood and muoous surfaces ot the t. wm.
thereby destroying the foundation of te dia- GAO8LINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP OG AS, eTC.
lIoM and giving the patient strength in
uildi t up the coastitution and assiting A L LEN H U RST, FLA. (uLo uL
naL doiL i work. The propretALLENHURS FLA. ( LO
have a much faith i its curative powers.
that they o&fe One Hundred Dollar forany r
ause that it fais to cure. Send for list of te-
gVaiistocud. d >i..ostota EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
Addsem J. CHENEY Co.. Toledo. 0. n M ate ral
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