The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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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sn 96027111 ( LCCN )
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$q i 119 ma i ly6 inm d o withsWe Good quality of cambr.c yard wide
. 51 . W o da a Pt doth mebuilt--nd built to live in. y p, .a . 1.
S to as ** bah. theater sBb lvy7 garu t receive the bet at- Msn J. a. Walker was quite ill lat 5amcha widee M Mstrpe
dk yishis -mre o t. etitm of expert, men who have Saturday and Sunday but is now much 36 inches wide, Moday only, 15cents

SPah Beaaafter a de l m rthlcloths mai. The Mr.andMrs. Tom Johnso, Sr., re trimmed, e cents.
v ate a dfew lwe amog udtr ohbmnte, t s aspeoding a few weeks at Chester Shoals Children hose fine ribbed, worth
DeLaia. Stgarmets tis t house of refuge, where Mr. Johnson is 20 cents, Monday's special 15 cents
Mr. dwia Speer, oDLadeL was, pw ms. making r pairs on the keepers station. P~
i i aadE y ad called at this ee M and young means' suits. Born to Mr. and M. Waldemar Je-. fr mesr res, orh ecen,
M-l ar- temm.. He _wat Prices from $8.00 to P0.00. an, of South Titusville, Wedneeda Monday only 1 events per pair. i
e t of beta nativity. WINSTON S. BRANNING, the 28rd inst., a fAn boy Boys knee pants, madeof an ex-
Soa Mry Waddeo, of Juakmamvll, .te m Aia that weighs ten pounds and e has been cellent quality of light weight cari-
who Somely = dined in Tale, I,. named Waademar Rye Jonsn. mere blooiber style, sizes 3 to 17,
.t.-. M ayRnerdforSenator Mr. R.R, Gladwin and family, enter
a sm a Mb ftas WW Wibe I Fort Piere, arrived Wednesday in Utheir anbIsheetig,9-4, best
T A Miami Metropols, which is quality y, sc r cents peyard..f
Mr. Cm. A. Gauder carried hiMs .he cruising motor boat for a visit to Mr. I white linen c resole with
5said to be or to rmer-Governor white linen parasols with
ther, Mr. A. Co,Gawsdr adwi feBamod m my a inthestate, G's. father and mother, Mr. and Mr. row of Irish crochet insertion, worth
Mrs. M. Webb to the sea beach pp the follow p in t tat, i Gldwin. and his sister, Mis Boie $2.00 special 1.19. t
.. at str ,htal homae of ref i me: Gldwin. Rajah silk parasols, all colors, 22-
msrbet 8dy, where they pat Unleassomething tranpires to ma- Major F. M. Taylor arrived home last inch, the new directoire handles,
S.thed set ph.m tly. terialy change his present pu o, night from his month's vacation spt worth r..l
Mr. Carl Btte etbnMed the 6rst of former Gove Broward will be in Detroit and Saelt Ste Marie, Mich. Prices in trunks and dre
tiew-s ikr ^Mr kfa t a hfa pufr~ tbe raw for the senate to succeed sui CILM.
t weesk hm Ms ovieMs parts Sat..o Jmtt. P atro.. His s, Master Wilson Taylor, expect JulusJ KuN
at Paes Ph. H will oeA rTp wM Thex-~ P isin Hiomi today to pend ral weeks more in Detroit Titusville, Florida.
Jese Battl's peltle at Bramlrag's h K fr.m~ Jde wt with his aunt, Dr. Helen Beadle.
e sa dri the lar's vm- a p~tyOf reto from the west. T.mi.e O u Governor's Letter to Sheriffs
tie, wah w be seat tPaPaso. H w- sd fthe intended making Titusville A, Oak Hill 5 IA aGovernor Gilcristad
ME.,W m wiBra in and Httw the ram The above is the Meore'of yestarda' Lst riday Governor Gilchrist d-
a w-w, s left Tay fo sv- It wa evident from the reply of bSll g the local diod. Te dressed the following letter to each
d--,ue, -.- ef. k Orn- theformer othatbhehassuch Titvll hd rom b sheriff and to each fish and game
Sral w mks stay in h rillos a ap s. believes it w ell to what Oak H bad done to Now Smyr-
C4 amd mi ndo I me1 his lot make the race in te nter- as that they expted to have an inter- warden in the state:
ne his lot to make the ram inthent-. ,-_.
timd L-. a Jined the sm eWt of the fti n m ~ gwithamu btit w as a just like DUa Sm-It has bee represented to
elab md tamhs imals at the DIsie which be has been identied fr many Sath ftrI ~eui s stwe or meby very ramp'nimble parties that
Mr. W Lr. aer, of Mkimi, et- years. three Ininag. "Kink" Williams (who stricter enforcement of the fish and
paes to leave i few days for a trip "I don't care to make the race," pitched for Titusville several seasons game laws of the state is very much
--wb.t gaink ato the lsir' mid he. "Somebody must be in it ago) was in the boxor the visitors but needed. No specific complaint has been
eoavati-ea at Sen randsco, nthence for us who has either hmoy o s- had por control of the ball ad- mtde against any officer charged with
en-to Seale Wd other bs quantanes and at this time I don't hitheh ws lweak Itama i" the enforcement of the laws relating to
we.- .- we've got to make. nan ra gae; nut tis r mrter ot
Sanders and granduso, anders Gram- Somebody's got to do it. As bt h game; bt is a matr
Hig willspedthedmrsatIndianolar the people of Florida haven't any Big Fourth at Allenhurst much importance to the wholestateand
Miss Lena Mo del was called to Mad- repreentation in congress; all the Monday, July 5th, 1909, boats will I call upon you as one of the officers
t Pla., S rday account of the boas have to do is totethemto leave ity dock, Tituville, promptly whose duty it is to enforce these laws
S les of her sster r who ha get in line and they get. at 9 a. m. Round trip fifty cents. to use all care and vigilance to prevent
feer contract since s"No, I would rather not make the FLAG RAISING violations thereof. A copy of the lat-
phide to svm e as tee- race. It takes money and time, but .30 m. Spe s D en et compilation of the fish and game
thed m hau7ve nt to do. Some
r. T I may have it to do. Some of my Robottom and G. M. Robins, intro. laws of the state is herewith enclosed
g p apyrMor. The formt opo atot friends have asked me if I would run ductions by Judge Wilson. for your information. Very truly yours
a young lef, died Of tYhboid and it is and I have told them that I wouldn't ALBERTW. GicHnisT, Governor.
supposed Miss Mendel caugr tm fever deny that I might run, and I reserved DINNER, 12 M. to 1 ALBEtT W. GILC rIST, Governor.
tereby. the right to run if I wanted to." GUN SHOOT Card of Thanks
We have received the pst few weeks 1 p.m. 1st event, 15 bird match, r a
sevea lengthy eoirmmneirtion from Perkins a Director of F. E. C. R'y. entrance $1.50. Words fail to adequately express
00 to 1,000 word each for publiation George W. Perkins has been elect- 2nd event, 20 bird match, entrance my sincere appreciation of the beau-
sme of whih we hav had to refuse as ed to the directorate of the Florida $2.00. tiful watch presented me last week
they were too lengthy for our columns. East Coast railway, which is controll- 3rd event 10 bird match, entrance by a toke n of my friends and fellow
Ualss thesubject is of very great is- ed by Henry M. Fsgler. Close rela- $2.00. bird match entranceeem and appreciation of my efforts
ptce, articles, to scu irtio tons will soon be established, it is 4th event,25 bird match, entrance teem and appreciation of my efforts
mt t oi thnsaid, between the Florida East Coast free. in trying to perform faithfully the
t not consist of more than orrailway and certain other roads with rize offered by management arduous duties of my office. While
ath5the worth and beauty of the rift it-
0 word. We make thisnoteino- which J. P. Morgan & Co. are iden- 5th event, 15 bird match, entrance the worth and beauty of the gift it-
plaaatioo to all contributors except our tied, following an issue of $10,000,- $2.50. self is greatly admired and appreci-
rlardlstrict res~ a ton who send 000 of Florida East Coast bonds 6th event, 25 bird match, entrance ated, it is not the intrinsic value that
In ns Items WI ponl. which it i expected will soon be of free. is most prized, but the message of
in news items and personal. which it is expected will soon be of- grize offered by management ood will and kindly feeling which it
The Boia loft ¨ay for Eau Gai- feared for sale by that firm. It is un- Prize offered by management good will and kindly feeling which it
SThe Bita left Sunday for Ea Gal- redfor sate by tht I in 7th event, miss and out, entrance brings to me from those friends who
lie with Mr. Geo. M~ Bobbins andIfami- derstood that Morgan & Co. will in 10so generously donated it.
lym board where they visited with the future act as financial advisors $1.00. so generously donated it.
lya boad wh they visited wite Flaler interests All entrance money will be divided J. P. BROWN.
Mr. Geo. P. Paddib and family. Mr. and nts of the Flaamong the winners in the proportions Sheriff Brevard County, Florida.
Robbins went to Miami from there and Remember The Alpine for lodging of 50, 30 and 20 per cent. Blue rocks
Mrs. Bobbins returned home Monday and quick lunch when in Titusville. free to those participating. Call for Meeting to Cut an Inlet
on train No. 78, and Dean Robottom Committee: L. A. Brady, D. B. Valkaria, Fla., June 22, 1909.
and Messrs. Rufusand Richard Robbins Church Notes Pritchard. Elltort f the FtLOHIrA .rS TAR.
returned Monday via Banana river. Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at St. MOTOR BOAT RACES Please give notice of a public meet-
Unfortunately they ran out of gasoline Pauls church, Eau Gallie, at 10:30 a. m. 1:30 p. m. For boats unable to ing to be held in Eau Gallic,, July 1.
near the Benecke place in Banana and at 7-30 p. m., Sunday. June 27th. make better than eight miles per at 1 o'clock, for discussing ways and
cek. Mr. Benecke brought them A hearty welcome to all. hour. Boats to be anchored and en- nimeans in getting an inlht through
creek. Mr. Benecte drought them A earty welcome to a. gines stopped. At agreed signal an- i this ear. All interest,.d1 in gcttin
S home in his boat and nextday the party Rev. Wi. Stones will preach on Sun- chors to be raised and start made. an inlet should attend .
went back after the Bonita with the day next at Titusville at 11 a. m. and Course win be in the lagoon, marked E. Svn'[EI.I .
motor boat Spray and also visited the at Oak Hill at 3 D. m. by beacons, which should be left'on "'

ocean beach, Mrs. Robbins and Miss D Robottom will officiate in St. the port side. Finish will be in the Motor for Sale
Moie bottom being in thewill officiate in St. canal in front of the store.
Moe Robottom being in the party. Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday morn- First prize, $8.00; 2nd prize, $5.00; Three-cylinder four cycie arin:e
They found the water in the creek pret- ing, June th, at 11 o'clock and in St. First prize, $8.00; 2nd prize, 5.00 Three-eynder four cycie arie
Sshol e water t rk pret- i, June 27th, at 11 o'clock. and in St. 3rd.prize, $3.00; 4th prize, $2.00; 5th engine complete. equipped with both
ty shoal for motor boating. .Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sunday prize, $1.00. jump spark and make-and-break.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES evening at 7.30 o'clock. Committee: E. B. Wager, Bert Will be sold for less than half first
White Montain ice cream fr 5 or 6 doses"666"will cure any Watton. cost; as good as new. Address M. L.
Stoe churns, fruit jars and rubbers ase of chills and fever Pre 25 MINOR SPORTS care STAR office.
SWaiter white jackets and aprons Case o c ee 2:30 to 4 p.m. Swimming matches, -; .e a r Te
GPmp.Iu Bilsreen wiPn ,_i Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't running races, ladies' egg race, tug Orange and Grapefrit Trees
Pump lathos. Billy PoI of war, greased pole climbing, and Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
CusA. A. GAnDU, Phone 34 Men's trousers made of excellent sports of like character for prizes of- hickory hammock. Free from white
quality of worsted, peg top, turn feared by the management. fly. One year to two year old buds.
For Ret over cuff, special $2.49 per pair, end- Committee: Charles H. Walton, Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
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Mortgage bank at TIn STA oMie.
Newly printed and most correct forn.
Priee M events per doaen.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Salmon of Sout
ockledge, left last week to spend the
summer in Walton, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pendleton and lit
Je daughter, of Lemon City, are spead
an these nmmer at Talllah Falls, Ga
Mr. W. F. Gren, of the Hotel Die,
went to Jacksoville Sunday, where he
s spending the greater part of the
Mim Helen Wilson went to Jackson-
ille Sunday afternoon where she will
risitwith herister, Mr. W. C. Thomas,
for some time this summer.
BannerDrug Store celebrated their
second anniversary Monday by treating
heir patrone to ice cream and ods wat-
r and it did not take them lag to Aad
mt that the Banner's friends were nu-
nerous for such a fie treat
Mr. F. N. Hitehc k Y is engaged this
week in building a packing houe in the
ine orange grove of Mr. R. W. Rhodes
near LaGrange, the latter and his little
on of seven yea are up from Miami
while the work is being do.
Bill Bow Legs, Tom Tiger Tail and
Tallahaee, the three steel dredge
built by the Merrill-Stevens company
for the drainage board, have left for
Miami, going from Jacksoville to St.
Augustine outside, then down the canal
Mr. W. Marvin Pope and family ex-
pect to leave Miami July 1st for West
Palm Beach, where Mr. Pope will be
chief deputy clerk of the circuit court.
He will return moon after that date to
make a transcript of records for the-
new county of Palm Beach.
To show what an immense business
the Ford Co. are doing in making auto-
mobiles it is only necessary to cite the
fact thatway last November Mrs. E. W.
Pugh, of Miami, won the Ford automo-
bile contest. The order was sent in at
once and had to take its turn and the
auto was shipped from the factory on
June 18th. If you want the best you
should get a Ford and you have to take
them when you get an opportunity.
Titusville Bargain HoUse moved their
stock of goods into the store building
formerly known as the Walker Depart-
ment Stores, now owned by Mr. Julius
Kline, yesterday, and now Mr. Walker
must feel quite "at home" again in oc-
cupying the building which he has
used exclusively ever since it was built
several years ago. Mr. Kline had the
interior walls calsomined this week ere
the stock was placed therein. The bus-
iness is now owned and controlled by
Mr. John R. Walker ani his two sons.
Charles and George Walker.
A couple of weeks ago Mr. J. R.
Field, of Indianola, showed the editor of
THE STAR what a wonderfull growth
a single tomato pla-'t had made along
the river bank in front of hisa home.
He calls it his Providence variety. It
was a volunteer of a little over a year
ago since which time it has spread for
a distance of .n hundred yarJ.s up and
down along tlhe river bank. This may
sound incredul.ras. but w, saw this with

our own eyes. The ground and climatic
conditions there are un,'oubt,.dlI spec
ialiy suited to growing v.egetablrs.

Good Shoe Repairing
Northern German shoenaker nuIo
located in little building on street
leading to Hotel Dixie, commencing
work May 22nd. First class work.

For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
,on the east or ocean side of the In-


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cuUr Intereet in it and is striving in teetarw-too much carving and that more consistently as be gains e-
various ways to lift it out of politics. sort of thing. However, that does not perience. BU Abtein is a dangerous
It is his aim to lift the standard of the interfere with the general outline. batama at all times. He may not
federal Judges as high as intelligent They are improving marvelously, and have a percentage above the .300 mark
selection can elevate it. He baa laid it is saf to say that in ten more years when the season ends, but be s likely
down the rule that If the best man in America will be In a position to boast to be pretty cloe to that mark. He
the community will take an appoint- of an architecture of her own." has been hitting In timely fashion all
meat of this kind regardless of his season and has been a prominent fac-
poUtics he should have it. Judge Con- tor in many of the contests which have
nor happens to be a Democrat. In his resulted in victories for Clarke's crew.
speech at Charlotte, N. C.. at the cele- RA RALL POINTERS. Moreover, the pitching Is almost cer
bration In honor of the signing of the tain to be better from this out. With
Mecklenburl declaration of independ- Camnit. Lefleld. Willis, Maddoz,
ence Preident Taft said that thert Roy Thomas, now coaching the Pnnu- Adams. Phillippe. Leever and the
wre Republlcans who thought he had sylvania varsity team, will rejoin the ..younger pitchers in good form, the
abandoned his patty because he had Pittsburgs after the college season. Buccaneers will have a staff of sltb
appointed a Democrat of a southern In Stone's absence Outfielder Jack bists second to none in the league. One
state to be a federal Judge. No such McAleee has been giving a good ac- or two of the phenom.s and the othen
inference, be said. was necessary, anl count of himself in the St. Louis Amer- will be ust as steady, winning per-
he would continue to choose men for klans' outfield. former, who will cause a deal of troe.
the bench with an eye only to their Talk about your Speakers and Crees, ble for the Pirates' rivals.
qualiflcatlons. In the case of judiciary young Mr. Oakes of the Cincinnati Na- It s safe to assume that If Ptta-
appointments in the south if there isn't tionals seems to be somethhig of an berg can go through the present month
a good Republican who fils the bill the outfielder and all around performer. and maintain its place at the top 1o
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HeIkel was a ot lomody anmd tO-l-a- -W- as the mnt. The dv t e io a mport o
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yMoy ml Mbea to 1a Mh oeamliet metl, Tme T. a tdeimp.
hI bUS wS s. is teI m m5adsh over meat Judgang from past ymassn, tis is all
d the tTtheory mnm-that Is the has now u, ertak Very tle but the Prates had their
mens at all athinwgs t l ," wheth om tme psmemm bt euptho mt two or three wdMks o
at the body r the soeml, athe word e, om St tm per- the q.m. uad te t dM ot ae
la deetded them the Greek ma__ peaor = crimes rek sal rae atB shortly before
maingat m or santg. AcmriangS a has aged m ar. they sated os their Sart western trip.
the Wasme the&aory, theO whoe ad a u as w e thsem theS hae bem gosn wena
asben, m a m a me o r htwo Arme but few wdif admit that te team hasO

bas te all l thas law; above ctmes teb outbtek of v. tt- t the ae tse a
the law t' stele strueturo which emee at Adam. It Tewtnag the etatism calmly, tt is
rotra h rot u M re has also appi pprit- dealt to sas why the Plrateso hold
aw Th at setO r ot mdn. ed msey for the tn down. While they have been play-
aml o weae Sl was the pratb- n at to teck toharde ball rht long there has
tas; tbm, satr lg aL the iweat ad tanoarg. The labee rno really phenomenal work Ia
form da wo- asimuula; -te a tert (oisa of Turkey look lor aM to streaks. No member of the team has
mare agea th wrm a Uttle m ecurntg Jstice to abrel N. boen batt at a elp which he shold
a t l t g the caly Chr~ttn tntbe aboeof the mst murovoe poa as the season ad-
l a.L.. mi klswa W anew sltxm. That tMhs body should vateed, with th eitxcepko of Rsas
eSnet.th5utmalewithndl oeitatn eves oe perso not of the Wagner, who eanot be expected to hit
tiry hea tbece. the the b the rmmean th s, of cose, a c a better than he has been dotag, bt
ler ~e e ird mrd so tom pne eeet. who is likly to keep-at the top of the
up to toh man ape. te ape man anda lsam t pe week awl heap daing the entire as o
mutm* ily ti bal mae. an Armemn by btith. OAtelder Tommy aLeeh. Manager
-a a O arke and Oateber oGibo are just
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federal bheeh has beam much corn- a v o d ead tee says Sky
mated kpso Is a peati al of ebraprse Ae Davoeplg it Rapidly. .
a; t efStbe IM am t lmst m stvisn y. Tms rmeea orwlul~ s
a his apm etm set ape thea policies todeveped a1n achitet re of its nb
at aM Taftadnmbmtptlmns. pophetes Bens yoe Dodanhausem
Stmme of ; t die C trs of the Kapp stea
works at atem. Germany. o after sev-
eral days spent tn inspect ag New

"It is nine .years sc, e I was in this
country before, and the change ot sky
lne impresses me forcibly. When I
I was here before .te Park Row bl-
1-g was the tallest structure in the
city. It struck me then, as It does now,
as an exceedingly ugly building, quite
lampoksbl--a square mass topped by
earthly ezusee for ben O there. I aOW
ways want to knock them off, so."
11And the baron gave a quick, disgVted

"Now I return after nine years to see
the Metropolitan Life building. Howw
diferent it is, how comparatively com- I
plete-the one tall, majeetic tower,
diect ly in the center, front of the
tbutidng. The minute you look at the
srcture as a whole you realise that
the body of the building is neceary
to the tower, ust as the tower is nee-
essary to the body of the building.. '
They a mpre part of each other, depend-
wows ahrepefo tse Park Row bupnd,0.

The 0 oew sew
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gima~ w Somme 88 --my-.

It looks as t that were the cae now
with the Buccaneers with Storke. Ab-
batlcchlo. Hyatt. O'Connor. mon.
Durbtn and others to fall back upon.
It may be a trifle early yet for pre
ditions, but t goes neverthelms that
the Plttsburg team looks like the one
best bet for the National league banner
thi season. The Pirates are the best
balanced outfit in the organiLation.
They ave class in every department.
and In the long run class will tell.

An Odd S1meheN A*m
An odd accident happened In a New
Havem-Helyoke game recently. MU'
Cormack was on third and Perklns at
bat for Holyoke. The signal for the
soeese play was give and McCore
mack dashed for bome. Wrhen whirb
teo yards of the plate Perklu bit a
savage liner, which struck McCormsa '
tn the stomach. Mac was out. and thI
fluk cost Holyoke the game


warth.e's New Leres C n. To the Honorable Beard of county y Coema-
Thomas Heston Hall bas been elect- stomen Brevard County, Fla.: Geatleme--
ed captain of the Swarthmore colleo We, the underigned, registered vot-
1910 laeroase team. ers and real estate owners of the first
- -- commissioner's district Brevard county.
For a Sprained Ankle Florida, being a, majority thereof, do
moet respectfully petition to your bos-
As usually traced, a spraned ankle will orable body to levy a special ive mill
disable the injund penon for a mouth or ta for the year 1900 aast all the
more but by applying Chsmberhain's Lini- table p erty in mid St co -
meat and observing the directions with eeach pey said frst
bAutle ithfully. a care may be elected in sooner's district .for the purpose of
many caes in lss than one week's time. building ad keeping in repair all the
This liniment is a mo t remarkable prepara-, public roads in said district.
tion. Try it for a sprain or bruise, ur when JOMN HENRY.
laid up with chronic or muscular rhe'nmatimI, G. F. DuRsN,
and you are certain to be delighted with the L A. BAD.
prompt relief which it affords. For sale by D. B. PIumAm.
Ttusville Pharmacy. D B. PHWA T .

Detroit Twirler Now Leading Box
Artist In American League.
It now looks as If George Muullu. tht
big right hand pitcher of the Ihetrol
Americans. will set a new record fvo
winning twirler before the e.esi '
ends. Since the present campaliru
opened Mullin ban twirled a grand ar
ticle of ball and is now leading the
box artists on Ban Johnson's clrtult
with a high percentage. bavlig w,,L

the first eleven gates pitched. When Iit
gold shape no pitcher in the builrne.-
bas a wider curve thau Mullin. HuW!
few have better judgment arid control!
He has great speed. field,' hi* IpltIfn
well and Is the heaviest hitting iitcbhe
In the country. When not pitchuig ILe
trolt uses him for a pinch stunt. and


R N Simmons. J W Oebaw
P J Hall, J W Osban
FM Taylor, J W Osban
F A Morgan, J W Oban
W H Hal, J W Osban
Wm T Mather. J W Osban
B R Wilson, J W Oshar
Julius Kline. J W Osban
S J Norton, J W Osl n
Jas Pritchard, J W Osban
Wm Gibeon. J W Osban
Percy G Walton, J W osban
Geo M Robbins, J W Osban
W S Norwood, J W Osban
L R Decker, J W Ostm n
G H Brockett, J W Osban
F Deppe J W Osban
A B Yelvington J W Osban
Ed Edmondson. J W Oshsa
C J Denham, J W Osban
G W Sharp, J W Osban
J H Kittles, J W Osban
A H Wilkes, J W Ostba
E B Wager, J W Osban
F J Webb, J W Osba
Harr Wilson. J W Osban
V T Worley, J W (lsban
A A Stewart, J W <(btn
J R Walker. J W .sban
Geo W Hanford. J W Osban
A N Nolle, J W Osban
J S Snowden, J W Osban
J P Wilson, J W son
S E Rice. J W (bbar
AA Bethea, J W (tban
M A Stewart. J W hban
EL Brady. J W t o
John Henry. J W ( Obar
Chas H Walton. J W Osbar
G F Duren, J W Osbai
LA Brady, J W Osban
D B Pritchard. J W Osbar
State of Florida.
County of Brevard
Ou this 3rd day of May l. ptrw.,.
cawe before me J. W. Q(Oba. b, cirr'-ulatv.
the above petition. and haiunw t j -u u
tirst duly sworn. may uPUO bh ith t'. w t .
ery uawe and lark a t.d to iW i'r ;-tlt..
wa anod is the a t and dedl of thb r- jr ; ir
portin agtn t hea D nend al that ibre wr*- a
fraud: bribery ur detex sou uI rl, ypr s.ur.n.

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m ll the W th ay in a lt- Th. itheInei -aa tbI e lsed ad ats
e'Mare papetatm than the a my samng e- s Fis rs Wte s ei
t;i t anmitio and ploatotli ymg aue aallc. h I'aL L eaMo
S. em who aapa to amye in the afht- ta *I dangehei -
bs-es. N e m *6 try. sot thew
SSpelrwa 0 u -no" r '5 oLLER HAS FIWHT BUB AWAIN
e 4In quality. It has doe much for
t e p mtige of the aeadsy Ia athlet- male fhyiet .Wreerte WUI Ge to
Ita Noma ef the best ethal payw PaI to Meet Heavies.
the Oatry hs ever aow are amo DrI B. F. Rollr the eabttle (Washk )
the Wr-a .i Wallace C. uPhiloo. wrestler, pgillsU t and all around ath-
apta O the team that bet the a late, who gsve Frank Gotch such a
lma Novemb is amog1 them. i haUtr te ite f the mat champnl-hip
hamsall the 4ady. laos this Year ime time ao. ha added once more
a M Mouate of s the aseso ieT- to take up the He has
trMleS tesm, ad-. Io M n several ta two or three matches i Seat-
Wbostf ed -i r The nuam doe with arly good men and put up a

btuw hae renobNO nir bw e sby, fair sort of argument against them.
at o f la e of me at b --th w o by me that time he has been taking
spec Bi d a ct congesn aobt the s mo
Mst of the CMue government we ll ftom some of te clever men
aowed to enter the academy. They arnd Chicas. and be bha announce
are TM C. Cheo ad Thai H. Wea.
ead they wfi rnetar to to er eeuatry
to Sam dAtthe creation a d Ilandlree
that shall he worthy of the rejuvenat-
e4d as"P.
The pa.mas wer nawarde at the
We Peat eltatutle t to the tur
.-se a of the United States army by
the secretary of war, Jacob M. Dilkin-
ms aad the prtetpal oratioo was by
dGemal Wrace Portr, a graduate f
the aedemy ad former ambassador

Th, daloms i won by members oa
the shating class at the United
S ftSI Naval academy at Annapolis
were lreseted to them this year
AdMaal DewWe, and the grndu tioa
anusd es pe omed special iteret by
risesad the p Irge of Vise Admiral
UlI.eO the Japaes navy, a graduate
Otf thaS s !8L. He and Admiral
Drw4 agu the htest rankag okers
Sgerad atesaf the otitutlokm,
=ad 1 awSer take much pride In the
aet that the .npoli- training of the
Japae edeer pNpared him to take
the Imptant part he did in the naval
eqeqste resulting In the annihila-

DIN. OLSUS o r asrrLa, wo IN TO ME-
aWn r Pam Ilo.
that he will be able to make a much
better showing next time be steps into
the ring. lie intends to go over to
Paris and tackle some of the heavy-
weights there.
By getting experience in that manner
he expects It will help bhim along to
better matches in this country when
he returns. If be can make the prop-
er kind of showing he intends to go
into training and challenge for the
heavyweight championship. and if he
can only gain the knowledge be will
make it interesting for any of them.
The American sporting men are bop
ing that be will make good, for It is :i
man with a physique such as I)r
Roller posesees whom they would litk!
to see goi g after the championship

Sore Nipple
Any mother who has had experience with
this distreming ailment will be pleased to
know that a cure may be effected byapplying
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child is
done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft't tloth
before allowing the babhe to air .. .M;ti

trained nurses use this salve % ith I,teat re~,uits.
For sale by Titusville Pharmacy.


oSeton Americans' New Twirler Livin:
OOU OL TOMinoo WIrS AND OBAiD- Up to Previous Form.
aWu-UbViallLU TMBMU ZBDOOMB. Eddie (lcotte. who Joined the B,,-
tion of the sea power of Russla nl the ton Red Box last season, has develol d
war between that empire and Japan. into one of the team's winning pitch-
Baron and Baroness riu were present ers. In 1908 he pitched twenty-three
at the farewell ball tendered by the games, winning eleven and losing
class of '10 to the graduating cla twelve. He was taken out of tive
of the year. games and finished ten for other pitch-
One of the Iading features of "June ers. This year he has had mluci h bet-
week," as the graduation week lai ter srucess.
called at AnnapolU, was the dedication cicotte's entrance into the majors
of the splendid bronze doors presented precipitated a storm of guesses as to
to the academy for the new chapel by the right way to pronounce his peculiar
Colonel Robert M. Thompson of the name. The almost universally ac-
clae of '68. Colonel Thompson served cepted fashion was "Cl-cot-ty." Final-
several years in the navy. but later ly the player himself was appealed to.
went into the practe of the law and and be declared that his name was
then became identified with large pnouned as If It spelled See-cott
tnanrlal interests and is now a man


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I vemgMaew Mr N Chumpl wU
Meas iPeew Who I* Clever Cap
palt o nsm le ame iPrt Time
JehMas S ver Met Me eof Hise ls..
Now that Jack JohLea th el
tatvweiht ehamplo and AIm rM -
man. t.. yomn OWitforWlan, bave sg-
nalod their wflllngl e to erxh ht their
phylcal prowess in a twenty romd
bout to8u Francisco the frst week In
September them f t us are budly
engaged in inscue ig the chances ol
their tavorte- in the coming conest.
While Johlon's adherents think
their man will have but little trbbe
a disposing of Kaufman, the fllow-
n at the latter my that their faverit
will be the mantto wrest the title
ftoom the ne th~eby saving Ji
Jefftie the treble of returning t the
pr inr.
With both men trained to the minute
the bout should result in one of the
bet battles ever held on the coast.
Kaufman's right to fight for the cham-
pioadip i unquestioned. He is a
genuine hevyweight, over six feet
tan and weighe around 210 pounds
when la good fihting shape. He sl the
only big white man in the country, ex-
eepting Jim JefR4le, who does rank -n
the aft divisito. WKutman has never
suffered defeat slmce his mfrstprotee-
sloal aLt.
Kaufman will be the first real good
big man Johnso has ever met. All of
the negro' battles have been with
men much smaller than himself, with
the exception of MarYtn Hart, to whom.
the colored man lost a decision several
years ago. Look over Johnson's fights
for the last few years and you will
ot find one real big fellow among
them. Here are the height and weight
of a few of the men Johnaon has
Jenaaette, ive feet ine, weight 175;
Langfor fve feet eight, weight 1 ;
Tommy Barna, five feet eight, weight
175; Jack O'Bria, Ire feet ten, weight
It can be easily seen at a gincee
*what a d advanrag the. M lUow
were at when stacked uy apslm a
fellow like Johanon, welglhf ig
pounds, six feet one inch in height
and with a tremendous reach. In
nearly every battle the colored man
has fought he has had an advantage
of thirty to forty pounds.
In the coming contest Johnson will
have ioly one advantage over his op-
ponent. and that is experience. Kauf-
man is young, aggressive and game

WHO L io Fliir .IA'K .IOULNsoN.
atind ;t s >lii-,t Kr lnalit t 1 ter-
ing style of titahl itg thai Is very like
to antlio. .Mis.tah .I.'hnisluS exc'etxliiglb.
when they rlie't.
Whili Kaufuhia has not set thet
pugilistie world tire with a long
string of knuockouts, he has been con--
ing along slowly, as I eltaney proiilsvd
he would. His feats haven't always
merited the old name uf "One Round"
Kauftian. Sometlues he wins sud-
denly with a terrible wallop, and on
other occasions he plugs along until
he gets his man. It took bhin thirty-
nine rounds to defeat "Chicago Jim"
Barry, but his manager claims that
he held Kaufman back and made him
fight slow to test his endurance and
have a line on it should he be offered
a finish match with some champion.
Kaufman was severely scored by the
fight critics for permitting Tony Ross

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ba at wh sowed is mast". whan
he f bains "d several legte ahead M
lf *wuthwants by te Harlem

egtta lamaaTLr alw te e arlem
river (New o) speed O scoeswe.

Q xT B TAtJ, wo ~ RmMc T WON Tx
winning in the good time of 6 minutes
U0 seconds. McCullen, the second man.
finishing In 7 minutes 7 seconds.
Bryant, being only twenty-two years
old, has still plenty of t me in which tc
fulfill the prophecies of his clubmates.
who say his career is unlimited and
a few years will see him ranked with
the foremost oarsmen of the country
An assortment of valuable trophies
bear witness to his three short, sac-
ceesful seasons of racing in the Great-
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maintaning that, in so far as tbey had
undertaken to bring other nations or
peoples under their domain, they had
brought upon themselves decadene
When the president of Stanford re-
red to France as a decadent nation
Profteor Fouolt Jumped up from hit
eat on the platform and, exclaimin
ecitedly "Its a lier' left the stage.
It proved an inopportune time for a
representative of California to make
a remar re eating upon the French
people, for at that very moment Am-
bhsador Juserand was on a visit to
San Francisco for the purpose of pre-
senting to that city the gold medal
struck by the French government as
an expression of the admiration of
FIance for the wonderful rehabilita-
tion of the city after the earthquake
and fre of 1906. A mae meeting of
Freneb residents of San Francisco was
held to protest against the ndiscreet
remark of the Stanford president, and
Ambassador Jusserand In addressing

Keen's Youngster Best of the Sea- the gathering declared that for more
son's Two-year-olds. than 500 years France has been one
In Sweep. the handsome brown son of the most virile of nations.
of Ben Brush--unning Stream. Jamen Thbe country that invented the fret
R. Keene has a colt which bids fair to airship," cried the ambassador, "that
become a second Colin. In each of his produced the first submarine vessel,
three first starts Sweep hbs returned that leads in the arts of war, cannot
ain easy *winner. The manner in whi le be a decadent nation. A nation that
he. di~pi-,sed of his, teld in the N:itii:,' is decadent Is decadent In its thought.
St:illii;on sta!es.,stamups him as a n_-re-i The thought of France today Ii as
",It Hte rn'tailed a'ong in front of virile as Plver.
such ;a -'lnit as Newmarket and had 1j, "Franmet- Ls ,not del;iadenlt, and for .;no
ni're' troutlel taking his ineusure th;: years sti- h;s q tit tbeeni. tt.;ntle'!
heo h:id in defeting madns".WVald,. ran h;rdil -.h: rLd a aitn.t tlh
winner of the .IlJvenilo. is the nly (,,;;'i country that 'rin p olr.1hld I'astotr and
that has shown a Iquality allptpr'achin lHertelhle't a':d i ..- e(*ri I ro,;>. h thought.
that ,of Swv.e p. and they have, not ye., i'raiiee- *.-; 1. a- .a ; d* 0- i t w4,r'il
twen brow(bIht together. When they I. f s .t-e. It 1 ::41- 'he. %-ri in ihiel-
nt et Sweep will he the ehol'e. and 1 ieir. ijn, s~rVery. It li':rerature'. in phi-
he will hardly makek the show o, the -I :; ph\ Thiat Vra e ,1. iI a de'cia-
lHarrisoii rcult that he ha:hs of New dI.lni latio;ni Is iro by hb tier library,
market and the other good ones. hut se'..itnti,' aldl litri..\ "
be should win.
8weep Is a particularly handsonil ,. .i ,l ,,cew t'i, a,,; ., ,;.,,.i <(., t
colt in addition to being an unusual h:ve pur. ,,l!,.ntl .iti ii .ty I_..-ti fast one. A deep rich trown that livtriil ,iiii i i.i.k nl.lw.. I
shades slightly at the points. his coat
in a measure makes hin resjom hlh. d I u ti hl.
Colin. though he is not quite as dark. Dizainess-Do You Have ItP
In many ways he resembles his sturdy hiis c ie D ov u Ih I.ig -AIrlwT
sire, Ben Brush. He is blocky with i to tie l-ircaiti,. h't, get r l i ,i fthia tro,-
out being ungraceful and is a colt that e I., t e ,. e tie, ryt eut : '.i livtr 'iu-i1..
will carry considerable weight through to toliriniat- the- lt. ;'rtir tite sy.nteim. .it
his racing season. Joillh'\ Liver kerIxu ator 'ither liluidl or
j- poiwe1trlTs, *il s this to pfei-tc. tioun. UL'- it lot

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beads, ad ntnc to beard of tres-
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the purpose of entrnaeting rd r-
fae roads and brides."

How to Helr to PtI c Scheo
Do not let or pepnl become eo
cited or diCrge abod u t war-
tional conditions. We roer to t
coaditioS of the publ e sU ooeb
mcused by the recent Aecion of our
ate aprerne court, that euts of a
direct state aid to BdW Wd s ls
or to county high schools. The 'veto
of the Lggett bill for $166,000 to
help the counties payoff indebted
ne was unfortunate. Still, all is
not lost We have thelmills for
county and also the sbdtrict eon-
stitutional provion provi, if needed.
The Arcadia News makes the fol-
lowing uaggmestioa
Than let private means come to
the aid of the public fund. A com-
munity can help in various ways.
Boarding the teacher free, if nces-
sary, in some ses gets the. best.
And a sima subscription from a
number of dtizens will letgthen the
term. to the local needs. Perhaps
the financial exigecies wiR unite
parents and teachers to emphasis z
the esentials in educatid Mawn a
Sboy who huas matered the "three
ts"-reading, writingg and 'rithmetic
-has gotten a taste for reading ad
study. Spelling bees, night schools
an summer schools cam do wonders
to help in educating, with a
aaed community ea to the import-
nce of things worth while. The
New. does not believe Florida people
WiN let our splendid system of public
education retrograde. Wonderful
oppanitAties are before the intelli-
gent, trained youth of character.
The world is coming to our doors.
The Iblding of the Panama canal,
ad later the ship canal across Flori-
da, will be the bevuitag of great
develoa-ents in our state.
Help the boys and girls to be ready
told in the coming struggle of the
Anglo-Saxon for supremacy. Put
your money into your boy's head and
not in his pocket. Otherwise e will

soon upend it.

The largest (?) alligator in Florida
now sports in captivity. Look at
him in a tank at the establishment of
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elaborated with William B. MacHarg,
now his brother-in-law, in writing sev-
eral detective stories. Whether his in-
terest In the sister antedated the in-
timay with the brother, or vice versa,
must be left unsettled, but it is as-
aerted that the activities of the two
authors In the creation of romances
made it comparatively easy for little
Cupid to get in his work In the case
of Mr. asimer.

Ma on .- me tm

m anpoat Gomm.
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nar at Aea.t
O. of tr bi athletic earavae of
t eamo will take pacise at ,orbes
Ai. Ptttkrm o manr yof the
eack athlete of the mat and wat
wi compoe.
The Launch club of Btrimyto, Ia..
wil hold a Maisssppi river regatta on
July 5 and 6 that Ino cope and variety
wll he the largest motorhobt race pro-
gr ever given on the river.
Jack Clfford who was knocked oat
by Battila Ne lson t five rounds at
Ogdea Jan. 13 last. s to be tme oppo-
meat of the lightweight champlo lai a
twmty roud fight arrayed for Okla-
hmor City June .

A Woman iads Anl er aery aad
Amantlaa ipping Away
Titusville women know how the
che uaid pains that come when the
kidneys fail make life a burden.
Backahe, hip pains, headaches dizzy
spells, inary troubles,
all tell of sik kidneys and warn you
of the stealthy approach of diabetes,
dros and brights disease. Doan's
Kidney Pills permanently cure all
these disorders. Here's proof of it
in a Titusville woman's words:
Mrs. E.L. Price, Lemon St., Ti-
tusville, Fla, ays: "I am feeling a
great deal better since ning Doan's
kidneyy Pills and am pleased to
recommend them. I was a great
sufferer from backaches and had dis-
tressif pains through my kidneys. I
was also subject to headaches and
dizzy spells and mornings upon first
arising, had but little strength or en-
ergy. I at length saw Doan's Kid-
ney Pills advertised, procured a box
and began their use in accordance
Iwiththe directions. They banished
the backaches and pains and I was
soon free from the dizzy spells and
headaches. I have regained my
strength and energy and feel better
in every way. Doan's Kidney Pills
have proven of more benefit to me
than any other remedy I had pre-
Iviously used."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-
and take no other.

If --T eth who hak not
*tkd do A -n -ine >-t, bh
W tboMirwstrl p about
ts the EBt Coate, id
d pI i that wonderful piese
f ~u i by Wieh road is
bolhic .du d to Kq West a
nuiedd -e OWof flamaclal andem-
IsrI-a drIing rather than s a
somd hb s position based on
well aied out emotion.
After tlsu rlroad ofieial ad
bake had see for himself the re
arkab develop ent of orange and
it and pineapple growing,
the admve that is being made in
trckisg, the attractions of the coun-
try a a winter resort, and the great
po--ibitias for travel and traffic be-
twen the United Statesand West
Indesad Oatral and South America
via the Et Coast line to Key West
his opinion changed, and he freely
expressed disbelief that thisgreat
work of Mr. Flager is already an
asu ld financial and businer- sue-

And it was then, as he studied the
great work which the East Coast
Railroad Co. is doing in making
known the attractions of that section
for settlers as well as for winter tour-
ists, that he expreooc4 the belief
quoted at the begigping of this arti-

The first ear of cantaloupes shipped
from the state was from the Palmetto
Parms, nerOeala, and to went M. O.
Coggins Co., bringing $1,344. Yet
some folks up north wonder what
Florida an grow that brings money.

TIe Charmiung Bide of the Author of
Via Wireles."
There is a literary and scientific
flavor to the romance of Miss Kath-
erine MacHarg of 'hlcago and Edlin
Balmer, who were married on June 10.
Mr. Balmer is a young author, and
one of his works, "Via Wireless," has
beea much talked about recently. This
was orgdnally written as a sea ro-
mance and later was developed into
the play which hae since made such a
it The story and play anticipated
the Republic disaster and the now his-
turic "C Q D" signals of Jack Binns.
It was literature that put Mr. Balmer
ht the way of getting married. He col-

To the Honorable Board of County Commis-
sioners, Brevard Co., Florida.
Gentlemen:-We, the undersigned register-
ed voters and real estate owners of the fifth
commissionenrs district, Brevard county, Flor-
ida, being a majority thereof, do mot respect-
fully petition to your honorable body to levy
a special 5 mill tax for the year 190 against
all the taxable property in aid fifth ommis-
sioner district for the purpose of building and
keeping in repair all the public roads in said
district. H aBY CARLLK,
H. HOLTON. Committee.
Signatures Witness
JAs. A. TAYLo, J. W. Grifis
HzxuY WArrTO. J. W. Grils
WAs HooLx, J. W. Griffin
WM. WATTOx. J. W. Griffis
J. H. Allen. Pres.. .. W. Grifs
T. B. CaOK. .I. W. Grifis
B. W. CAMPrELL. .I. W. Grifas
J W. Galrris, .1. W. Griffin
J. M. GanFr, J. W. Grifis
State of Florida,
County of Brevard.
On this 17th day of June 9MW, personally
came before me J. W. tGrifis. who circulated
the above petition. and having been by me
tint duly sworn. says upon his oath, that ev-
ery name and mark affixed to said petition,
was and is the act and deed of the person pur-
porting to sign the same; and that there was no
fraud, bribery or deception used in procuring
said signatures or marks, and that this affida-
vit is made upon the personal knowledge of
the affiant. J. W. GaFFrg.
Sworr. to and suhecribed before me, this 17th
day of June, 19U9. FRED W. HATCH, (Seal)
Justice of the Peace.

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and sure pills with a reputation. Sold by
Banner Drug Store.

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College Academy, and Schools of Music, Expreseon
Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed;
electric lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect
health conditions; fine gy.umuiwm, athletic fields, boating.
tennis courts, golf links; ball, football, and basketball
team champions of Florida in 1909. Nearly a quarter of a
million dollars endowment; expenses moderate; olarships
available; Christian but undenominational, stands for
For 6atalosgu Address the Preadent
Wm. F. BlacKman, Ph. D, Winter Park, Fla.

S Horer Miltary S
fO if N|b -
L sW4eM Caa son ee
CIs~lUelH 3rtU*A5 Ud KngI owS. Preparesr f OC
IU Unver, ty or theGoveranment Acadeenes. M Ulad
trala vops lprog pt obedMooe and manl srrg. **
Acedeum g yeae oldr. wltn *xpeocd t.echrn. Cadeta
dine wit the principal and ledl of ha i ualy, scurilg
the culture of ome lea. CmUlUtatlsa eldueate. Modern
buUdlng, perfectanltton. wholesome fare. no erowdin.
Best noral, ment-tl, phyadlci and orial trainlnn. shadl
lawn, athlete rk. one oqurter mile running track. W
acres. Ideal cUmat, helopfil env.eonment. In the social
atmosphere of refined Chrlstlan people. The owu noted
for over a century as an educational eentr.
Cataloues ready for dtoributmtn
Cl nJ. CNS er NLe AdY SCCOL .

We are offering some big bargius

in onr Summer Clearance Sale of

Pianos ad Organs. No is your

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Notice o Applcation for Tax Deed ader
Section 8 of Chapter 488, Laws
of Florida
Notice is hereby given that T. E. White,
purchaser of tax certldcate No. 42, dated the
2nd day of July. A. D., 1900, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard county,
Florida, to-wit: 8. 213 ft. of lot 5 and N. 114
ft. of lot 6 and N. i of N. I of 8. W. i. section
1, township 22 south, range 3d east. The sid
land being amemed at the date of the imuance
of such certificate in the name of G. W. Mor-
ton. Unlem said certificate shall he redeemed
according to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 28th day of June, A. D.. 1900.
Witness my official signature and seal this
the 28th day of May. A. D.. 1909.
Clerk Circuit Court Brevard County, Florida.
Circuit Court '
Seal i

Notice is hereby given that the tax assesor
will meet with the board of county commis-
sioners of Brevard county. Florida, at the
clerk's office a: Titusville. Fla.. on the bth day
of July. 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the pur-

Under and by virtue of xeamtiom No. It.
iroed out of the circuitt co rtfr Brevad
county. Florida. whereia The Floria Ice
Manufacturing company. a orporatio under
the aw of the state of Florid is plOntiU
and A 8. Pia, sole owner of ad trdi gas
The Titusville Ice comrn y. is dfeda t 1
have levied spon ard will sil at the hunt
door of the court house in Ttuville, Florida,
during the hours of 11 o'cleek a. and
2 o'clock p. m.. on Monday th ah day of
July, A. D.. 1900. (the same being a legal sal
day) to the highest bidder for am, the fol
lowing described real esta of the defendant
"Beginning at the southwest corner ,,t .,,
24 of lotbins A Graham's addita to Tkriu
ville, Florida, according to the mp of sid ad-
dition now on record in the clerk's olk.
thence rn east on the south line of lots s4, t
and 0 of id addition, a ditaae of 1- feet
to the southeat orner of lot 19 of said addi-
tion, thence run south parallel with (Canver
al street to the south lne of the N. W. j of N
W. i of section Twp. =s .,L a eat, or to
the center of Tropic street, a distance uof *a
feet more or les; thence run west along the
center of Tropic street lWf feet; theae run
north parallel to Canaveral street feet
more or lef to the place of beginning. Beia
the weMt 180 feet more or ss of that tract of
land deeded by George M. Bobbis and wife
to Delia Ranson, by deed dated June 4th. 1a.
and recorded in hook ""' of Brvard county
deed records, and being a prt of the N W :
of N. W. or the N. i of lot J uf ectison lt ~
Twp. 22 S.. R. 35 east., bt-iu th sjjuc laul ao
conveyed to the board of public inrtructito ,,f
Brevard county. Fluoridad by DiWI kans.n
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af 3nghwams The lcMeat in
lfi3Mt e the m* asalea beeas
S. he that Geoybr in the most
S~ Mt me to head the ndependea
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ewer even for a mouth or twor'
They make a large number of our citl-
eas wish that some man of the Gay-
or stamp had the power not alone
tor a meth or two. but for four years.
The cams e whieh the Brooklyn us-
tice based hs rast at the police com-
missor is that of a boy arrested
numbers timn without any offense
brg charged against him, a a conse-
quece of which his picture is In the
roge gallery. The lad, -t seems,
s hard working and of good family.
operated appeals to have his picture
removed- from the rogues' gallery
brought no response, except to single
him out for increased persecution.
Justice Gaynor asserts that thers are
other boys in the city being treated in
the same manner, that there is no war-
rant of law in putting any one In the
rogues' gallery that has not been con-
victe of crim, and that th polie
C_-ommiionr generally conducts.lhim-
slf as oe who is above the law. It
is a sevee arraIgnm t both of the
police and the administrationlo and as
Bl ham in loved but little and Me-
Mellan not at all there is popular joy
In IAh*****IL.

Just to sbow the mayor and some of
the "blue law" advocates that New
Workers have no sympathy with the
crusade agas Coney Island a crowd
of 50.000 recently swooped down on
the resort, over 17,000 visiting one of
the attractions y actual count. Since
Ooaey, through legal requirements has
been turned into an Institution of
higher leaning, this indicates that a
whole lot of New Yorkera are being

What people here s much object to
is that omparatively Innocent amus-
ments ar raided by the police while
actual crime goes unchecked. In one
weock to Prty-seeaoad street there
have been eight burglary within the
spae of a few months. afte crackers
m loeasr do their work on the prom-

~.b mso bet h"

'PU S M'MOuhe in
, as~thmw zEwf

The passage of the Travis-Robnson
bill, which has just been signed by the
governor, somewhat relieves the trac-
tion situation. The worst thing about
It is that it throws down the bars for
private capital to build future sub-
ways, although this evil is modified by
the provision that the city may buy
the road after a stated term of years.
this term being brief and the price
being fied at actual cost of construc-
tion plus interest Outside of this one
backward step, the provisions of the
measure are good. For one thing, the
act adjusts the debt limit so that the
city Itself may build and makes It
possible to tax the owners of nearby
property, which will be increased lu
value by the new subway, to bear part
f the cost In th se way that the
iwnerm of abutting property are as-
sesed for street Improvements. And
now that the legal obstacles are re-
moved we may expect the burrowing
to go forward until Manhattan Island
t as full of holes as a Roquefort

The McAdoo company I still clamor-
ing to extend its Hudson tunnels Into
Forty-second street, and the corpora-
tion operating the present subway is
still throwing obstacles in the way.
Sselfishness, thy name is high finance.
or words to that effect! If there is
anything in the theory of relncarna-
tioa, then the modern trust is not an
artNical being at all, but a natural one
that has in it the souls of all the pigl
that have been slain since the adoption
of the Der artsoo of Independence.
And of all the trusts that personify
pork worst is the traction trust of
New York. That line could be sung
or whistled, but It require a punk
description to fit the subject. The
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is eml a lem IaIs nd mat gram
en a omanst A toese me of aas
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ggeING OVrY &W. A SnWt IMepea1
po fta at tIw Im a Ibala
ett nomf t Is New sONm eM as t
ts wm be a large esmnt of lore
a&b y men. The WI NeKr haens
to be a a IpaIts to knowa of mW
moves thmt have ct yet beenm paub
lie. a, d he b e ent gireo thel de-
tau of thesemat th newtaimed, bIN in
10 my that the otokt which hasb
been good tor a month past, i grow-
lg brighter: Brea though Roosevelt
does not come back from Aftra to
add the Tammany tiger to his kill
Richard Croker's old pet is going to
have the ftght of its lif.

It was the killing of little Ingevard
Trimble by an automobile which then
ran away that started the present eru-
sade apinst reckless driving and "Joy
rtdng" la this city. For that reason
th recent conviction of the chaufeur
who ran over the Trimble boy and
who fled to Texas, bat was brought
back, gives general satisfaction. The
verdict of the Jury was manmlaughter
a the first degree. It may seem like
a drastic remedy, but the cure needed
for the speed mania is to build a few
large jails for Joy riders and have
them packed to the doors

for les blue law and a little more
pati. umadultwated law without tints
or trmminas. Of core tmh mayor
ts the blame for an the civic als of
omiseo and cammlion, nor edoe he
sak as handsome or attractive a goat
as dMid Idb.

ves more phenomenal than the big-
aas of New York is Its growth. It is
wel nigh Impossable to follow the
swep of bsness uptown and of reel-
deaces into Long Island, into States
Iand. lato Jersey, up the Hudson,
into the Bronx and up the sound. ever
iato Connectieut. Nowhere so this rbo
ta flood eo aamanty In evidence more
than t the overcrowding of trains.
Theogh with every new development
tn transportation it is predicted that
there will be a relief n the overcrowd-
ng, the hope is short lived. The
swarm are Into the new avenue m
travel, overruns It. and the situation
la as bad as before. The subway is
but a few years old, but already It Is
atgrown, and the whole city is clam-
orl for more subways. Apparently
the "L" and surtace car are packed
as much as ever, while the "sub" is
jammed to sffocation. The toe tram-
ped. rib poked public wants relief.
and wants It quick. We must get to
eor ooes and back to our fata. and.
as there Is not time, even if there were
Ilenation, to follow the advice of
"Weston, the walkist," and tramp our-
elves into health and corns, there is
nothing left for it but street cars.
Since there is not room on the face of
the earth these cars must be placed
either on stilt or in a rat hole. Now.
people object to the stilt proposition
on account of the noise and the dark-
ening of the streets, so it is the rat
hole for ours. You will see that the
conclusion is reached by elimination,
which is a logical process, and this
logic, as is so often the case, leaves
us In the hole. That is a bad pun, but
It is not as bad as the subway.

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is to-day the Best Nease@ ld lalilment on the market.

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The man who recently pushed a
wheelbarrow all the way from Chicago
to New York is entitled to congratu-
lations rather than sympathy. Pos-
sibly it was the only way he could
escape from Chicago and reach a real

Senator Root failed In his fight to
get a lower duty on lemons, which
may prove a blow to the red lemonade
Industry, but will hardly Interfere with
that other large and nourishing traffic
in which the lemon figures and In
which the consumer is handed the yel.
low fruit Just under the left ear.
There is uch an overproduction of
lemons of this variety that we can
stand a little taid on the other sort.

Preparations Being Made Per Big
Event to Be Held July 21.
The Chesapeake Bay Yacht club Is
making big preparations for the twen-
ty-third regatta on Miles river. Mary-
land. July 21. The member of the
club are putting their yachts in first
rate racing trim, and it is their inten-
tion of making this year's regatta far
surpass any previousone. The Capital
Yacht club of Washington and one or
two yachts from Philadelphia, together
with those of the Hampton Roads
Yacht club of Norfolk, the Baltimore
Yacht club and the Maryland Motor-
boat club will participate in the re-
gatta. The Motorboat club will send
to St. Michaels at least twenty speed
boats from Baltimore, which will be
augmented by others owned by the
Chesapeake Bay Yacht club and other
persons living in Talbot, Queen Anne's.
Dorchester and other counties in the
The program will run three or four
days, as Commodore Mors has made
arrangements for the assembling of
he yachts of the Hampton Roads I
Yacht club, Capital Yacht club, Balti-
more Yacht club and Chesapeakelay
Yacht club at Solomon's island, July
A8 to race up the Chesapeake bay to
TYghman's point, a distance of about
forty miles. This race will be under
the control of the Chesapeake Bay I
Yacht club. which will offer handsome
silver cups for yawls and twenty-one
footers over that core.

Coming Harness Rae Meetings.
The first race meeting to be held t
Ohio will take place at Porswoqtht I
Coming next Is Hamilton, June 22-25.
this meeting also opening the Ohio
facing circuit. West Viiginla will
have two meetings in June, at Fair-
mont and Clarksburg, while Indiana
does not break into the game until

Chance Hard Luek Player.
Manager Frank Chance of the Chi-
ago Nationals is a hard luck player
It regard to injuries. He and Bill
Bradley are in about the same class
for breaking bonds.
TrAT3 or OrHI, CIT or TOLzDO,.
FPawr J. CasNeY makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the irm of F. J. CHanXY
& Co., doing businem in the city of Toledo,
ounty and state aforeaid, and that mid Brrm
will pay the mm of One Hundred Dollan for

Fertilizer Costs Nothing

IDEAL Investment
Many seem to think that after the crop is set the trees
are going to mature it some way and anything they can save
on fertilizer is clear gainbut actual results prove that a sum-
mer fertilizing costs less than nothing. By making ea',h
fruit a little larger many boxes are add to the crop and m
fruit brings a higher price. Then a luxuriant growth of 'oea
ing wood is a necessary foundation for a large crop nettyer
and still further gain is seen in the condition of the trees. If
their vitality has been kept up they are better pr epared for
winter and for strong spring action than trees tr~t have be-
come thoroughly exhausted and have to be nur ed up before
they can respond to the call of spring.
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.d masht dianer was held at
6h-t. usg the other gnwhtn The
e*' bM et waste Co nal bert M.
T hampmA a d the us- 4t h onor
wm a AmaMl Setokjehl mUra of
poo ae d Jnay and Captaint tery
I trm Polly T o the British navy.
W eral Jap a se ofilal were pres-
est. Among the well known Amer-
eam wto iesk were Admirals wchroe-
4de M ad kwsmon, General Lsaowa
Wootb ad a dg e Gary, bead of the
stee trs. The note oestantly trdck
s that of peace, at d the aggestion
ws made that America, p land and
Sapam sahMd unite to preserve the
peae t the world. This It was which
av a ieSs e am tthe evet. Cap-
wtat Pey spoke of his vie t to Grant's

neftt "It us have peace." "I do not

t"M at tany ma of war could have'
beWd met than that." The same
em at rnt d, lie oa thread of Jgod
p* teh l the tle. Admiral Brown
aMse at a eomd wll ee age to Japan,
S eserwel ws d demeed a maliciosue
~ lad t an sted t that there ever
we a posdilUty of serious friction
* weea that country and our own,
M Aa l Seroeder spoke with earnest
a I f the enthusiasm everywhere
evokeW, the American Set to Its
cales arouedA the world, and Judge
Gary f4akly proposed tbhat the three
agtam 3db hands not only to promote
peoew bet commerce.

e pleasant feature of the affair
was tat Admiral Uriu. who later
aMea renown In the Itusoso-Japanese
war, was educated at the Annapolis
Nail Iicadepuy, whsee Admiral Brown-
M was b laetructor, while Mme.
Uia, whe was a cet of honor at a

diAer In an adjoining room, is a
graduate of Vassar and took occasion
recently to spend several days at her
old coge. Thus the United States
has educated Japan in a double sense,
and It we can now further instruct
her in the gospel of peace it will be a
schooling worth while.

That the ending of war. when it
comes, will be brought about by
some such understanding between the
strongest nations is becoming every
day more apparent. I recently at-
tended the centenary of the death of
Thomas Paine at New Rochelle and
was struck by this same note. Over a
century ago Paine predicted that peace
would arrive on these very lines, even
then forecasting that naval defenses
would become the strong bulwarks
against war, that disarmament was
not possible for any nation until every
nation Asarmed, but that by conquer-
Ing the oean for peace a federation of
strong nations that were ready to ar-
bitrate their differences could compel
the peace of the world. The "author
hero of the Revoluton." as Paine has
bee called, frthr proposed what he
termed the "rainbw flag" for all
those lands that wef ready to enter
this peace compact
It is signmicant that practically ev
err te he outlined, exceptun the ae

eAn* thaes ha

-abe dme--e the

~A-- ~Aa- a thaei of e-

ywl saw tihe 9nmesaw An of
ale f at her tva ear a who

id, "ta weord la my ouetry, to do

The letter of 8upeme er at Justice
Oy( or to the major ouerni th,
.pMble pereut gs ot the boy ,D

ra had oven more farruechtng ects
trana a anticipated The manor

n pean. down It mmay be borea
a letter rehm e the reader In the
ert the nghbaw t r teachers and
peace f ars o tvhe ld all gate him w
nao "M he worl is my country, to do

a or acter, the a prieet of the
.polee persecutions of the boy -Dety

ehrh hd even ds added achis commeen-
dtaon atd rst came to eit that morng
ersonallyed two lvestigated the cars
a own i d hi d rdei sed to apply
been handed down, It may be before

a letter reaes the reader.a In the-

quence. That lat onslderatlon should
artave ghthe peibally the act than
players of the lad all gave hi mad-
gt character, the priest of then

thse e would appear to be all one
church d attends added his commen-t
nation, and it came to light that young

Due than saed two lies at the risk
9 his own and had refused to apply
Carnegie honor medals in conse-

uece. That last consideration should
ave weight espeally the fact thatrd

ot the law are not above "cooking up"
evldence--o not disclosed. Whatever
he otome. Int apply fairly theerln thatmed
als. Prom the testimony made public

the aserabl ad appear to be allctice on
ptted and Jpstlee Ga roes gatenlors
who thae ot bn counted Wat the secret
police testimony shows.-and it Is fre-
qently Intimated that our guardians
of the law are not above "cooking up"
evidence--Is not disclosed. Whatever
the outcome, It is fairly certain that
the insufferable and illegal practice of
putting people In the rogues' gallery
who have not been convicted of crime
Is near Its end.
One of the outcomes of the police
agitation has been to bring to light
many cases similar to that of the Duf-
fy boy. Justice Gaynor charged that
there were thousands of these, and.
while not that many have been dia-
closed, there are plenty. One of the
most amusing Is that of a man who
said be had been locked up because he
told an officer that a saloon had been
robbed. After this, he swears, he will
never say a word even if he sees a
building on fire. Another police mixup
concerned the arresting of a Comey
Island wild man for growling oa Sn-
day. The wild one was haled lnto
court, red paint, whiskers and all,
whereat the magistrate waxed wrath
and asked the officer who made the
arrest if he were acting as a press
agent for the show.

Yet another outcome is that Gaynor
stock for mayor is going up by leaps
and bounds. This causes certain prac-
tical politicians to look wise, but V
they mean-by the aforesaid looks to
Insinuate anything their faces should
be prosecuted for libel. The character
of William J. Gaynor is too well estab-
lished 14 this town for anybody to be-
lieve that he would bring up a matter
of this sort as political capital. More-
over, it is by no means certain that
Gaynor would accept a nomination for
The latest suggestion of a Tammany
candidate for the seat of "that little
duck" McClellan, as Magistrate Crane
lovingly calls him, is none other than
Abe Erlanger, the head of the theat-
rical trust. Tammany couldn't do
worse and probably will, as Tom Iledl
said of the Republican party when he
was a candidate for president. Erlan-
ger could dramatize his candidacy and

make all his stars ring in allusions to
his campaign. The anti-Tammauyites
have already considered putting on a
few plays written around the high tax
issue, and Erlanger would ite in a po-
sition to rule these off the boards. KBe-
sides, all the chorus girls and would
be chorus girls would take up theu
cudgels in his behalf. and they wield
no small Influence with a certain ele-
ment of male voters. If woman suf-
frage were in force there would be no
question of Abe's triumphant election.

It Is announced that the vestry of
Trinity church will build a church and
parish house in Trinity cemetery, on
Washington heights, to take the place
of the Chapel of the Intercession, at
One Hundred and Fifty-eighth street
and Broadway. Plans for this action
have been in mind for some time and
would no doubt have been made public
earlier but for the agitation over the
vestry's policy in the St. John's case.
Disposition of the present Chapel of
the Intercesion has not been finally
decided upon.

iaek 7 -- m -- A a

A-- --MKO--C-K-9 -B >
taro I *oralt Amt d ute id hto
eus a the e ao b eo l aMs th m
a ey be tabme me aimb teM
meg-bl b.gvge W teat low

The betet bereaki tae pr -
eou Ne with New enks thoeet nto
a Jaiv metnce hbeese she diht o-

pay a erm t s are ame, mle ea a

-O the a r of sa" that o the

$mahe a few peop th nk. Ten thee
t te atoa sermon to ay em helan ed

and this cans grew ot of similar
to or. A hundrse. Atanee a kind

m t heble with his secnth wifoe ait
supplyr a theme as well, aitheuh It

thMae affair betto do ggts y t le- a
moral discourse. These two epinode
coupled with No w York's latest nto-
rious divorce suit, l win l eight co-
The pat deiare named f supply a t ls
onEv the "wages of si that ought bow
make a few people think. Then there
is the Bdaasverdien mt rmas tha iter
tad this case grew at of dimur
cases .A hndtred al dtaaes mu kit
mgeht eo mentioned l this one cy.
It wold a sem that it ai about time r
tBe pubil gvrge to do lbme, tly er ad
brated ect of risa f

A Vital Poant
The mot aiTouet of a bty is i bowels
Every aturnat t ts h eer atth the bew
els also eadangerla la mess tases the liUe of
the Ilahat Mee's Bb Elixir euras diar-
rboes dyssltey and all dmgme of the
stomh aro boweig m de by the ultoah
Afwir a heavy egn take a ople of nn'
Reguleb adwlive your stomach, liver and
bowels the r they will nee laulew
bring ey, par nages f the bowe


urnamet perts to Take Part In Big
Tourney July 12-17.
Plans for one of the most important
tennis tournaments ever held on the
coast are being made by the Multomah
Amateur Athletic club. This event
will be the Oregon state championship
tournament, to be held in Portland.
July 12 to 17. The games are played
each year and entries are open. The
fastest racket wielders of Oregon and
Washington compete, and California
Is always well represented.
This year the games are attracting
unusual attention because Nat Emer-
son, the western tennis champion and
last year's winner of the tristate tour-
nament in Cincinnati, will be one of
the participants. It sl also hoped that
many California players will compete.
Among those who have already signi-
ed the ir intention to be here i Miss
Hasel Hotchklss of Berkeley, Cal., who
is now holder of the Oregon state
championship in the ladies' singles and
who will defend her title.
W. A. McBurney of Spokane, Wash..
holds the men's championship in the
singles. Tennis fans are greatly In-
terested In the prospective match be-
tween him and Emerson, as It will
give them a line on the comparative
standard of play here and In the mid-
die west.
There are many imitations of DeWitt's Car-
bo:ised Witch Hazel Salve-DeWitt's is the
original. Be sure you get DeWitt's Carbolized
Witch Hazel Salvoe when you ak for it. It is
good for uts, burns and bruises, and is espe-
cially good for piles. Sold by Banner Drug

A Dietetic Plan.
[Dr. Gowland Hopkins. the distinguish-
ed English authority on food and food
values, declares that the proper food for
man is human slesh.J
If you're anxious for to shine
In a literary line
Or to make a mark like Bonaparte or
You must diet on that food
Which is nourishing and good
And, to quote from Dr. Hopkins. be a

If the stage appeals to you
Dine on actors, such as Drew.
(ut them up in little bits and stew them
If :t lawyer you would tb
E.2'. "; judge or two or three.
But be Ilite ;atld ere you 1id it thank them
\Vould you win in bonds and 'h;Lres?
(';Atih a .-cor- of bull. .-ral b <...r .
Boil tlhewi do., ?i althought th'\ f('..<, you
needn't sia;Lre a nmain
Or it real intent you are
You can push the thlnet more far
And your luncheon make on Morgan.
Gould or Harriman.
Thus you eat your way through life.
Lell and less will grow the strife.
For with practice all regrets you'll find
you smother can.
Till you've dined on every oit,
You can catch beneath the sun
And there's only left yourself and just
one other man!
Then, ah. contemplate the fun
With the table set for one
And each of you alert his friend to
smother up!
Will the other on you dine?
Will you gobble him with wine.
Or will each of you just simply eat the
other up?
-Paul West in New York World.


W Sumeb.t Ofe -mteeth M
wN =ad f a LeMe ne Mo.
antum M hesnd ha a s aut

Waprt, the MIwaee IghOtwe., or tw I
resume lt Los Aael lL, Ju ly 11.
Aurels mt ers, the uraiman ghk-
w bight, is beek I the ghting ame.
andm Jy ta e IM ol me k u w it
Chick Iedems la a twet r ~t at-
isr fa laornl a S
Leah Cares sa Dick Hyland wil
meet be@re Cottth's club na Puseo *
June 2B at 133 pounds fie dowr be-t I Wo
tore the time ofthe btte Cros haI
accepted the terms., wbih ea ton a E
forty-five round go.
The Chicago Automobile club'

course June 18 and 19 will be provMied CUSM TM i
with the most extentve ambulance
and boi tt a corps w ice ever s WIt T
stayed into a speed race.

By 's pwss-tryig mmy doo-
to1n anmd LSworth of medline in vain.
dF. Aye.sof le, N. C., at last d
Dr. K VgsN L New and write they
wholly esare him. They cure omnatisst m
bilio ek hebe he stomach, liver,
kidney ad bowel truebles. L cent at Ba-
new Drg Steor. m 303

Itehing toertring skin eraptios, didAgie,
annoy, drive one wild. Doa's Ointment
bring quik relief lastmg cures. Ffty
ests at any drug ore.

Calls Off Match With Haekenahhmidt
to Undergo Surgical Operation.
Frank Gotch. world's champion
wrestler. has canceled his match with
(Teorge Hackencbhmidt, the "Russian
Lion," In Melbourne for next January
and will undergo an operation on the
nose shortly to remove a growth which
resulted from an Injury received
many years ago while playing ball.
Gotch has matches In Sioux City. Deq
Molnes and Minneapolis, and after fill-
Ing those dates he will go direetlI to
Minneapolis for treatment He will do
no big work for a year at least
Rich Men's Gifts are Poor
Beside this: "I want to go on record as
saying that I regard Electic Bitters as one of
the greatest gifts that God has made to wo-
man, writes Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of Vestal
Center, N. Y., "I can never forget what it has
.done for me." Thi glorious medicine give
a woman buoyant spirits, vigor of body and
Jubilant health. It quickly cures nervous-
nees, sleeplesaem, melancholy, headache,
backache, painting and disry spells, soon
builds up the weak, ailing and sickly. Try
them. 50 cents at Banner Drug Store.

New Auto Traok For Atlanta.
An auto race track to cost about
$225,000 was projected at Atlanta. Ga..
at a gathering of business mnei. Up-
ward of $80.000 was subscribed. and It
was announced that an option had
been secured on 260 acres of land for
a site for the speedway, which Is to xIc
a two mile elipse.

l's Pills
:'t. personseof a bMesshabt
. -eat bereft by taking uem
S .... If you have bees
*,:.ptly relieve tbhe mnass

.* rc.. which llows,restere
.. : ;.nd remove glo oy el
lczrantly sugar coated.
:;o Substitute,

20 Years


"Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has
cured me of heart disease of
over 20 years' standing. I was
so bad that I could not do my
work, and could scarcely draw
a full breath without fainting or
smothering. The doctor told me
he could do no more for me;
then I commenced taking the
Heart Remedy. I shall never
forget that night. I slept better
than I had before in months. I
kept right on setting better, un-
til I was perfectly well."
Logan, Iowa.
When the heart actions
weak, it fails to pump the blood
through the lugs with sufficient
rapidity. Then the lungs do not
absorb the proper amount of
oxygen, although they may be
taking in a normal amourf of
air. The result is shortness of
breath, smothering spells, diS-
cult breathing, opres6ed ieeliag
in chest. Dr. Mikes' Heart Rem-
edy strengths the heart nerves
and muscles, and in this way
increases the creation.
Get a bottle from your drug-
gist. Take it according to direc-
tions, and if it does not benefit
he will return your money.


I w To enjoy
sood health
keep the liv-
er in good condition. otherwise the efete
matter and bile will accumulate in tae
system and esus disease.

St Joseph's

Liver Regulator
(UPM Iad pftm)
is old-established, reliable, thoroughly
Induned. and i Saially rscomminde
r in all disordesof the Liver. m-
ach and Bowels.
It has become popular and indisoea-
ble in q great many homes s a vavuah
sytemic regulator aid luviurator.
Iwinpleasat to take. Purely vgetable.
an 1=benetiti taken as directd.
It relieves Biliousneseadacbe. Dis-
gineum. Icuf Aptt te. Sallownes an
tor di riders Causo d byivr antispatlon
torpidity o ver aier aney

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w to Wall ton h a had a library
ts hs hm i t OMklaom ot probably
m00 vorm- It Is am ot h tt be
mod goo to ay boskaf in that II
buny and plk out the book he want
Sdy Ilae of tt. Now that thls U-
bary 19 tereasd& and he has gooo to
new qartssm n th oe e@mae bilbu-
Is he is Nt quite so familiar with
the lay of hI belogin, butb he can
miebo a be boo ownsA even to 1t
colsr and tato so that any ono ele
aa t t at he can dctl theba
wrog hoak wh Pat ito hi hand If
t t owa hhe lb hed before.
WLhemn wa material or a awech
hs m tes him where tt can be
oud t he ha b eer oead thOse b-
jwet b orI H as tho ploo maS d
imar wu eh are f the maet beoet
ato Mh Grmot at I Umm te
fum e M y m hav them read twire.
Duag te followit da ad nithts
they atm wtaI mr msay tms I l t
--s--.- u a d um alfneW
Mls Isaim"aml eseemee for delvery.

PANo wn 1B

.._-- the oahe u
al- it ito ?IN

e tantnm t iheIt
.k @ AmeayIhas been drawa .4
"o.i C. -O Be mm

deia o adl te r day I

he g m t.Oeae a to tn pa. a

S_*1 *4M m of *ag '
has a haMt w hs the a yt ahot-

= ma-get it Ms hagd- as nit

trn U I :M aW Wt
Sa tom w 1lr mar wal Vaix Ms a
mu i tn ie eett oa that p eeit
mat00 t1o ol tkk p stays Ms I

h"t a l sO a eldo~ mu ty. A t- A
l oeya wdeM a hver ea e thea po I
SMI witr ea ftsMh ia mi atat het1
Slal a when be knew thihat hs Ia
wd a It, gwid art eingth e-*

TI I ftt ofw meeatatie wi bt I

irbo ba e avu tare w t o e I
earl Iat weao be hnew tat ase anC I
ay athi nre eary n of aeand at hi

thatU bad be eboo blind onlyafew I
m He b acquired the power of I

.oumtwoe. boweve.r even at that'..
a ot a ndthet o thae ert t his ga

memory. mor bhe
Itat t na o t e hat sater ore inol-
evey thite aatodal ar lo aon at t
atet twia ad ben Mae of hisa fends
Jnar. eo head ate in thse aten

ftm o e(tIreal Record. He has
mearat on bor revi, eraen at thrt ed

e sa ta h o chis akn erfte bof iea
It reno d tice. eathentor Gore hn-
oa oa tn tye hean onef able rl ainds

gals4 all tof hesnowledee of menf
osd veato sinc tben throue friends
sad tatives nad artic rly his wife
tbrnoe re adingb ad eonversation.

hMs already demonstrated that be ha.
a oiperaord fower equals as ready
tary on any satbect which may be
paced. a e has a faetie knack for
abklg lamOeent remarked with a sting
ya theo. Wen sMenator 8moot of
reeta datly eballienged ar broad
Itamat of eorator Gore's about the
palet of tty cotton Ldas try aenratr
Oeao temndea atm y dolng pranct-
atre what e did to ouartor Ie fe

to ears Me th ained erom Uoreat
vl s gg pn..ska ot au his fac"
ten, evr a tom ter tlsenathluhat
HIr diea moatreate Gate orn-
e lehis set ao ria aNte aa tead
rbeateo ho ay datae wn th saeate

id wall om h wleg of moth
a eentssio thnethro, gore_ e bnd

merits, respected by Democrats and
Republicans alike for his ability to
make the best of them look twice be-
fore tackling a blind man.-Washing-
ton Cor. New York Post.

Me Need of Suffring from


It isa mistake to allow anyone to suffer
from rheumatism, as the pai an always be
relieved, and in most cam care is effected by
ap lyig Chamberlain's Liiment. The re-
i fromp pain which it afords is alone worth
many times it cost. It makes sleep and rest
pomible. Even n cases of long landing this
liniment should be used on account of the re-
lie which it affords. Do not be discouraged
until you have ivenit a trial. For Iae by
Titosville Pharmacy.

Everybody's friend-Dr. Thomas' Elecric
Oil. Cures toothache. earache, sore throat.
Heals cuts, bruise scalds. Stops auy pain.

Popular Parisian Fad.
The freak photograph is the popular
fad In Paris at present. Several pbo-
tographers are making It a specialty
and turn out the humorous, grotesque
and grewsome in large quantities One
of these received In New York receadt
shows a young woman faushinably t-
tired carry in n b ha h a d a hat of the
peach J t shape coatahdb. her
bead. Another repreamts a man eRM-
tto'etnhis own esmflg face He
WOas th lMd a"B amlet ws sNWe
to bare bhld ta akl of TYotek. tl
another ahows a y g maImn a ef-
Ian. emon a aretasme ea mppmose
ly u lsg toS the foanIl eratsm .
wMheh is bhb deMlrWed by M L

Feeg n d aam bmum mpx uet

dem dtei wMa "h %ampW tb

Sm t th eamm h er me ats t
so. he ibm a ue sr wa_-s pa

i le for t -e dbae d Ig the
mja a tnn i la i 8 ead
udmw Aie Ibeem as*mi er rwa iP
mus fp tttowde"1o ta*uM
M- oM O the Arldel-V eelma CTum -
O blt b theo t senate s eoa re
ne mUor r MeenOri s Is atate the
rireaM aMd diacreae oat fedral dt-
Poilts i t te Batlbal bank between
tw data during the panic. He was
Iowed to put the gures in the r c-
Seea eo behe sa. he did not wish
S"Nmonna tehe tle d of the senate n
OWlS tem;" bt as usual, he wa
PINr ato do so challenged." Ths
Tbl wa half a aolumn long in smaU
ea tW type in the Cio-aen al Rec-
wd and contained two rows of figure.
fly Senator Gore sit quietly In the
mno, ate ingato the debate on the
iate tarif bl He rarely interrupts
ay oe to ask a question for Inform-
Suanlers it Is to domonatrate that a
Mistalk has been made. Throughout
tM whole tariff srik ae haa not
alied one to stlr the senate when be
Ia ta erruped a apeseb.
After a session i over Senator G(ore
my retire to his offee to prepare a
eech; tf not. he goes home. Because
to his physical affliction he a denied
th pleasures of moat men. and he usu-
lly stays at home. Ther e e urns
oeer In his own mind everything that
has occurred during the day. His
memory brings back to him every
werd that has been uttered which ap-
pealed to him accord with his own
entments or contrary to them.
It has been amid that It ia after he
hap gono to bed that the senator In the
qult of the night does his thinking
for the day to come. It is then be
frames his speeches best. Only recent-
ly Mrs. Gore is ald to have found him
umtterng to himself at 4 o'clock in the
..otar after them agat. Tom?" ahe
"Yea." replied the blind senator
quietly, resuming his speech.
This performance is a part of the
everyday life of the blind senator. He
is always studying and thinking and
planning. There is little else be has to
do, and the concentration of his mind
is his habit. It has won him his place
in the senate, given him confidence to
assert himself among his fellow men
without fear or favor and made him
one of the most feared debater* of his
time in congress. He has effectually
downed the report which preceded him
to Washington to the effect that he
was chosen senator by Oklahoma be-
cause of his plea "for the little woman
with brown eyes" (his wife). He
stands today in the senate on his own

Plans Being Completed For Big Carni-
val Off Newport Aug. 11, 12, 13
Arrangements have been made for
the motorboat carnival to be held at
Newport, R. I., under the auspices of
the Newport Yacht club, Aug. 11. 12
and 18. Members of all regularly or-
ganised yacht and motorboat clubs In
the United States, Canada and Europe
are invited to enter their boats. The
Aug. 11--Long distance race for Rud-
der trophy, cruslaers under thirty feet.
ten mles handicap; racers twenty-five
feet and under, ten mile handicap:
cruiser dver forty feet and under
sixty, fifteen miles handicap; cruisers
over sixty feet, fifteen miles handicap:
racers thirty-two feet and under, twen-
ty miles handicap.
Aug. 12-Free for all for cruisers
forty fat and under, fifteen miles:
free for all for cruisers over forty feet,
fifteen miles: racers forty feet and
under, twenty-five miles handicap; free
for all for racers twenty-five feet and
under, ten miles; free for all for racers
thirty-two feet and under, fifteen
miles; free for all for racers thirty-
eight feet and under, twenty-five miles.
Aug. 13.-Free for all race for auxil-
iaries. catboats, around Geuld island:
consolation race for racers (baudkcapl,
that have not won an event: free fr
all race for racers of unlimited length
and power for the Newport cup. thirty
miles. Classes for hydroplanes will
be arranged providing the number of
entries ts sufficient.
You Never Can Tell
Just exactly the cause of your rheumatism.
but you know you have it. Do you know
that Ballard's Snow Liniment will cure it?-
relieve the pain-reduces the swelling and
limbers the joints and muscle so that you
will be as active and well as you ever were.
Price 25., 50c. and $1.00. Sold by all drug-

May e to Japan te Play Baseball
With Keie.
Provided the consent of the faculty
can be obtained, the Univrsity of Wis-
consin baseball team will travel to
Japan this summer to play a series of
games with Kelo university In Tokyo.
The offer was received recently by the
university athletic authorities from the
Sunflower Kingdom Institution, and the
Badgers are n high hopes that they
will be able to accept. The contract
provides for expenses for twelve men.
the team to arrive In Tokyo by Sept 1.
A series of twelve games wlU be
played with the lads at the mikado's
unverstty, and the vistting team will
be setertalaed for a month t the far
Wieeoanm was the last Munvestty to
accept the ctaenge of the Japanese
players, bt through the nfuence of
Genkwman bMbasta. a student at the
Untversity of Wieconsai the Badger
offer was accepted. It is felt that the
university faculty wml allow the team
to make the trip on account of the edu-
cational features attending it.

Stomach Tromble




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soon mad. a record for himself play-
kg as the this ad secont teams
asalt the varsidty teams of theb, lead-
in8 prep acbools. He played two years
oa the vanity of the Indian school
and was coidered by Ooach Warner
as hi main drawing card. Last year
Mont Pleasant was on the American
Olympl team and also competed in
the athletic carnival at Paris. Mount
Pleaant I a modest, unasuming
youth and an accomplished muosrip
He plays on the piano and Is In no
manner likely to Impress one as be-
ing an athlete. His room is decorated
with trophies of athletic achievements
won at home and abroad. He is very
popular with the students and espe-
cially well liked by the freshmen.
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frien'alife among us, and the num- and shrubbery and the cistern look from Railway Station
ber:of mourners was a testimonial of rather lonely back on the ridge. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA :
Mr. Wooten's standing, a man in the Tere eD f pahnsthss word with
prime of life laid to rest. There arevery few eaes thisFashionable Hair Cutting and hRT LA N De rade-mark
year, though the trees bloomed and
The services at the house and grave setheavily, a good deal of the fruieneral Barberig
were beautiful. Interment in the fe h ea o f e rui one visit and you become i a i Stainhb Patr-u on a bag of cement, means that it contains the only hydraulc
eCocoa cemetery. fell during the heavy blows early in - cement in the world made by EXACT scentche method.
the season. The scuppernong grapes Eas. eL a t D
CANAVRNAT. are also very scarce, but bunch grapes & OCast eat Market 1
are doing well. Also, there will be
Mr. H. L. Holmes is taking his an- plenty of pines and guav. F. DUEN, AGENT
nual summer vacation. plenty of pines and guavas.
nual summer vacation.
Mr. Wes. Ragan came up early on Florida ad
Turtles are numerous and, regard- r e. an e ea Florida and
ss of th law, ar bing butchrd. Sunday a. in. to arrange for a lot in 4 *
e of the laware ing butcheredthe cemetery here and for the funeral +. .
Capt. Ray Redstone made a couple of his mother, who died last Satur- Western |
of trips here last week with lumber day. The Mystic came up at 2:30 uga M C t d mt a': 'r m ceme-tihg properties ev.
and brick. p. m., bringing the body and a large U r..iie L.V -n trm t-.. .:.e pCrooriotimed on Lt.,
Mr. E.J. Praetorious made a fly- number of relatives and friends. KidK 1V Iun a V. ii t s.ent I uned m i
ing trip to Eau Gallie and returned Rev. Thiot, of Eau Gallie, conducted aull Kind. kdat r' --then p tre, s o
this week. the services, assisted by Dr. Hawk. un"derbur: l -then powder
Mr. F. M. Wilson has completed Rev. Thiot preached the funeral ser- rITUVILLE, FLORIDA Uniformly Fine a Flour
his work at Chester Shoals house of mon from the text:. "Precious in ( A TE WART M economical because it binds 10 mo
refuge, the sight of the Lord is the death of 0. A. LST WART a nd n any otr on the market.. A
Geo. M. Quarterman has nearly re- his saints." Quite a number of the deal ._ : v.. di -"t tk u3 fur tee b .
covered from his severe attack of Georgiana people were out and the i. .
rheumatism. was full. Mr. Ragan and I I. EastCoast Lu be
;,,=. c,+ ,, ,,= family certainly have the sympathy :.sFire Insurance. sb &

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f-^ --br s *S~sS~l- darrr r GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

Ms &**5 ts J! hair. A preparSles M NeRa elreturiied home LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
A. I Nery y w Nre after a week's vit in Grant. Excha o ad old oa l foiga colrlm. M
Mr. A. o a ho ain towpn ""arU e -l. d h~w ... s..o tAr.. ovo
-__ _J J__ I-JL__ s S p d Mir. George Go as ug ot TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. A

thei1 Hadlr parlor ,9adjol=i1Y s. .steetso...
r de- As -e u me w sew Hair V i Mr. and Mrs. R. r. Macey, of Rock-
t Thii a v de- e sgw et ledge, spent a few days with Prof._ GE
Soa erb ~ Aed ad H y es ma u. E. M ey
xi Ora Gpen; and brother, 02ly sa0 for teachftim with*I M c II

A 1k iTl Pomwn ot *tI y fe! r of ct in=hTee color. Sop, Rev. Thiot and Prof. M.cey at- R A
5SSs mlf.^ ak. C-rI te dedthe funeral of Mr. Frank
coming oe t thfor a Wote atl o Sd a Jas. Prtchard & -Son
Dr Mi M. Robmrt Schit, are bep haulinand mter d sup- Mr. Brad haw and family have
i oef plus for the work atCanaveral light moved in the house known as theH F L e o
not e- ni ahe s station. Avilla building, owned by Mr m. Han e the ine t Ls
es fr a lo and ha fe i have been received to a Roh. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
ggg e. IroWrtho July picnic and dance at Mr. Eorininer closed his course of __
H. of Webb C th home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. lectures here on Sunday school and
Mo' h bE in town wdhle A ker*. B. Y. P U. work on Sunday evening Our Sk of
Soookingato& Th is aeeTry de- s W omas eS uwram GunS and Sportinga Goodsy,
u h m pet st Ge-in, o. Wmhinton, D.C., oihaving pe- Rev. J. B. Hawk will fill the pulpit
w lote imrove a totedptitionin con- at the M. E. church next Sunday, S C m plete at all t
gr0m for an aUndment to the on- both morin and evening. Every-
Mr. AldHariowhoha b titutiou, efanhisdng the women od i cordially invited.
o teUidroeS. Re. F. Whiteurst ndfamily, PaintS nd Oils f Quality
montmdby M.W e bis f'orsha. t aoturs of Galena&., Ohio, arrived last week
om that em is able to eajoy hiseo din- w thr r. .o n. andis visiting his sister, Mrs. C. C.
r amthe poreh and feels as though a Houston. Rev. Whitehurt has been. Jas Pritchard &
he aeel with his hands once more. h li house engineers boa, n p r health for the past few Quotations for large mall orders w
Twty lo on the new Derby ae- w Drop, arrived here last week months and is here under the doc be g personal attention. Mail Orders
n have bem sold. This speak well wi the district repair crew to^ make tor's orders, hoping that this climate solicited and promptly filled
for a town, ew avenuenot opened arat Ava building, owned M r. Wm.
up ix mr only two lots ileft be I an addition to the ae d t ea to move into the A P Laae
unm This tract is in charge of hoDae o ebmildng and wl perhaps spend a Wna w pe psn
Mr. C. FHall ad the following Par- o year here. closed his corse o
ti have purchased lot: WMs. Mary OOROTAWA 1 DA ereon Suny s l
E.~ a, Slots; M s. Haiste& Copend a family spent RACING BOOM IN CANADA. eve. g Our Sk or l .
S *H. Sm,-^ *~ a o, dWhilt on*, D. C., i peH Si Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products
o, a' mb nr" iap t v tit9 l w cimA Mrs. Petitioning con at the M E. church next S nday,

SGuy e arke, 1 lot; t S. Hall, 2 lots Mrs. Jane Tayr ent to Cooa bat rga will receive a boom In W.e hndl produce of kind. We ae aents for Mapes' Frtiliwu. We deal xelMveily
a. s 2 lots Mr. White lot; t Satuday to visit fr a week or d th r ad after s in the above lin of good ad sliet the trade of .1 conuhlrn. Write us for pric
Geo. Taylr 1 lot; F. B. Hamilton 2 two. [ ltrat~a Sy te sta eta Mad ain ad all Gr cerins daeliveed at your station. E. L BRADY s B O.. TorrsvuLL.
lots A H 'TModI ots. Tre Miss Bell Peace spent last week oveUriht pun- carded by the Niag -.o. ~ Rd
o-A. H. Tt bd ord. 2 lot wth her sister Mrs Mcaskil at a otion for th mer D.H. PELL Dr. J. C. SPELL Bt Phmtmil
has simeega tte onovated tor sreet oA N N ER DRUG STO RE
that ha not been opened up. Wso o W,,fpl ta ,v tralk, near Buffalo, N. y whrivedlast week- NINerr UrU0 OlU ri
e oMr. Will Witfeld s family are endi- on Juiy 5 and wii continue until July -. C.
DtofJ. F. Wooten joying a seige of whoopingt cough, ou. IllLRev. Whie, l ri
Died-June 18, 1909, J. Frank but tmhe child en are doing pretty Te ein feature is the Canadsan Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
ooten, after a lingering illness well ar. ri ere towee monhand qhere u erthe o Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mr. Wooten came to this section F. W. Munson lost his mule last pected to attract a notable list of en- Mail orders solicited and promptly filed. Will order anything we
from Waukeenah, Fla., and was week, but John Brown went to Lotus tre. The Fort rie management will haven't in stock
among the early settlers. A man of and bought one for his own use, so pt on a $10,000 handicap, called the
and has held positions of importance in t as there was before. to beet so that 750 w go to the T ITS V I LE ICE O
and was electedcounty spessorevery Dr. Hawk gave us two good ser- winner. $1,750 to the second, $750 to
time he desired the office. He mar- mons last Sunday. Bro. Hawk is a the third and $250 to the fourth. Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
ried Miss Ine Lapham, a daughter success as a preacher, but we don't The Fort Erie track, by the way. is Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points om the Florida East Coast
T hi s tMi se in cha d te sistanhouse. apt. Oleso, one of th 0 e last strongholds of the
ofA.F. Lapham, whowithtwosons think he plays the part of a burglar eastern Jockey club. as the Cellas, CO MPANY
survive him. very well, he is too careful of other John Condon. Ed Corrigan and others IN V
The funeral was held Sunday morn- peoples' feelings, are said to be interested.- e a a
ing under the order of the Masonsr Mr. Provost's house is in its place --- Dealertaple and Fancy Gr cerie
of which he was a prominent mem- on the river front and the work of HENRY RIVERS at Compettitve Prices
her. Therewere about forty Masons replacing porches and kitchen is GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GBEUAS ., ETC.
inthranks. Dr. Huhlett gaa boutfinished. Itcerainly addsto Tonsorial Parlors ALLENHURST, FLA. touching review of his neighbor and the river front view, but pretty yard tornar Juli and Palm Streets. one block a t t
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