Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 10 2, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00669
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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ti-r l ranm, is punbching tickets
S t heblrrd run for a few days.
Coadmtor REL BrownofSt. Au-
gthmiea, w sevely hurt Tuesday
by oin bhs balance and falling
from a eaffold while painting his
house, dislocating his shoulder. His
Injuries, though painful, are not
dangerous, and he will soon be able
to resume his duties.


Invitation having been sent out a
goodly number of the younger set
-mnbled at the Washington avenue
rlidenc eof Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bttle, Wedneday night, to tender
their son, Jesse, a farewell greeting.
ames were played and refreshments
srved, affording the young people a
marry ood time.
One of thequicket shipments ever
known between Jacksonville and this
point by freight was a fine mare and
mule received by Liveryman Osban,
a few mornings ago, in response to
a telegram of the previous after-
noon. The mare proved up so well
that she was bargained for on sight
and soon afterwards sold to Mr.
Frank Battle for a goodly sum.
Launch for Sale
Round bottom open launch, 25 ft.
long, 7 feet 6 inches beam, draft 2
feet, equipped with 5 h. p. two-cylin-
der Fay & Bowen convertible motor,
using either gasoline or kerosene.
Price very reasonable. Inquire at
Titusville Boat Co.
Gun Repair Shop.
Guns stocked and shotguns re-
bored. All work guaranteed.
HENRY BENECKE, Titusville, Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
Athut 88 ares of good hih land on
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shoo that you have bat little chance
One of the stroen points of our
stoek of Cromewtt it great variety.
Yor a hooe a Coett n ay one
eo eanmti- st anf leathers--an
atryoa rtto the very lat de-
tail Wedowone of the season's
bu -pat either with soft dull
top. A typical Croett-solid worth
ln eeary feiure and luxuriously com-
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WINSTON S BANNING
Ttwavl Florida.


-C a Bamks edly Caved In
A lr received from Commo-
dore rillard, in St. Augustine,
atae that the recent rains have
eopletely blocked the passage
through the canal near Summer Ha-
e and that it will require several
weeL dredging to lear the cave-in
f th embankment. The dredge
Tomoka has received orders to clear
the canal fom the head of the Hali-
fax to Mat river and is now at
work. This cave-n will prolong the
stay of Com. Lorillard in the Ancient
city several weeks longer than be ex-
pected with his houseboat, the Arrah
Wannah.
The East Cot Ca Canal company is
making ar agents whereby the
bridges panning thecanal at various
points will b supplied with wider
as to safely admitof the free
paagel obat of wide boamI.
ig Everglades Deal Pending
Although no information regard-
ing the subject has been made pub-
lie in recent months, it is understood
that at least one deal involving the
sale of an immense tract of land in
the Everglades is about to be brought
to successful aonummation, which
indicates that Gov. Broward has
been literally "sawing wood and say-
ing nothing."
last week a gentleman represent-
ing some capital spent some time in
Jacksonville and also visited the Ev-
erglades, and it is understood he has
left for the purpose of bringing to
end financial arrangements for clos-
ing the deal above mentioned, which
will bring thousands of dollars to the
state.
Gov. Broward recently spent some
time in the Everglades. On each
visit to Jacksonville he has been
asked about the progress of the work
of selling and developing lands in the
Everglades, and his reply has been
invariably, "I'll give you something
of decided interest within a very
short time."
This is a matter in which the whole
state and south is interested, and im-
portant developments are eagerly
awaited.
New Bean Seed
1,000 to 1, and Extra Early Ref-
ugee bean seed. Price on applica-
tion. E. L. Brady & Bro., Grocers.
Titusville, Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
I hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS,
Shiloh. Fla.
Made a Man of Him
A man once prominent in business
and social circles had fallen to the
lowest depths of degradation when a
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AND INCIDENTS

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Dr. Miler, Dentist, Titvilie.
Mr. Fred Loeley made a business
trip to Cocoa yesterday.
Mail Clerk Kingman has been very
ill with dengue for the past week.
Mr. George. F. Paddison, of Eau
Gallie, spent a part of Tuesday and
Wednesday in town.
Ladies, you should call and see the
onw line- of Queen Quality oxfords
and high cut shoes just arrived at
Branning's.
Mr. Jacob Mendel and family ar-
rived from Daytona Wednesday to
visit their mother and sisters for a
couple of weeks .
The Misses Francis and Mollie Ro-
bottom left Monday for Orlando,
where they have resumed their stu-
dies in the Cathedral school.
Mrs. A. S. Dixon, of Cocoa, spent
several days of last week in town
with her father, Capt. C. F. Fisher,
who has been in feeble health of late.
The machinery for the ice factory
was started up Tuesday and given a
trial test. In a few days we will
have a bountiful supply of home-
made ice.
Captain Hub Metzger, of the Haul-
over runboat, made a trip to Eau
Gallie Saturday, returning Tuesday.
He was all dressed up, too, and came
bak smiling.
Master Carl Corwin arrived here a
few days ago from Elmira, N. Y.,
on a visit to his grandmother, Mrs.
H. H. Corwin, and will spend the
winter in Titusville.
After a week pleasantly spent with
his homefolks here Conductor Au-
gust Diesner left Wednesday night
to resume his duties with the A. C.
L. railroad at Jacksonville.
A dance at the Titusville Opera
house Saturday night was highly en-
joyed by the goodly number who at-
tended. The dance was postponed
from Thursday night on account of
rain.
After some delay and much an-
noyance the 60,000 gallon kerosene
tank of the Standard Oil Co. has
been placed in position on the brick
pillars erected for it some time ago
near the railroad water tank.
The Titusville baseball team com-
posed of Bert Johnson, captain; Da-
venport and Hearn, battery; and
Revels, Rogero, Tucker, McLen-
don, Cowart and Frensley, went
to Daytona yesterday to teach that
craclkteam a few new tricks in the
art of the national game, but the ta-
bles were turned and Daytona won
by a score of 2 to 1. Fine game.


Special Sale at Kline's'

MONDAY, OCT. 5, 1908.
A large importer of sgnghams who
wa short of funds placed his entire
stock on the market, the same being
sold for less than one-fourth of its
regular value. Mr. Kline, being i
New York, was fortunate enough to
secure about five thousand yards
which we will place on sale Monday
next at a special price.
Lot No. 1, silk giuham imported
to sell at 35 to a0 cents, special 19
cents for Monday only.
Lot No. 2, ephyr uighams, man-
ufactured by Toil deNord, special at
lj cents per yard.
Lot .No. 3, Amoskeag ginghams in
checks and stripes, 14 yards for $1.
on Monday only.
Norwood bleached sheeting, 9-4s,
best on the market, special 25 cents
per yard.
Red and blue table damask, satin
finish, 60 inches wide, worth 75 cents
special 59 cents per yard.
Another lot of blue and red table
damask, worth 65 cents, Monday on-
ly, 39 cents per yard.
Indian Head linen, 36 inches wide,
15 cents per ard.
Ladies' oxfords, entirely new styles
just from the factory, in patent leath-
er, vici, gun metal and tan, worth
$3.50, special 2.49.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JUIUS KUNE,
Titusville, Florida.

Creditors Close Walker Stores
The stores of J. R. Walker & Co.
and Walker Hardware Co. were
closed Monday morning by Sheriff
Brown under virtue of executions
brought by the creditors of the above
companies as set forth more particu-
larly in the two sheriff's sales adver-
tised on page 5 of THE STAR this
week.
The perishable products in the
grocery department and a horse and
mule will be sold next Monday, and
the balance of the stock and real es-
tatea advertised will be disposed of
on the first Monday in November.
Friends of Mr. Walker were aware
that his company was financially em-
barrassed for some time past but
hoped that he would pull through
without failure, as he had been dis-
posing of a big lot of goods recently
at special Saturday night auctions.
He and and his family have the
deepest sympathy of every one in
their financial reverse and hope that
they may retrieve some of their
losses and start up in business again.
The amount of claims against the
companies is between $6,000 and
$7,000.
Rains Cause Washouts


Owing to the excessive rainfall
last week on Thursday there were
several washouts on the F. E. C.
railway. The worst was between
New Smyrna and Orange City,where
trains were held up until Monday.
On the Sanford branch the trestles
near Turnbull and Aurantia had to


LOCAL GSSIP

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=*iWn am t k Pinhi d UI
Vinu Ut rowCmmSih
Remember The Alpine for lew
and quick lunch when in Titr .
October records for Victor
machines have be raidvi da t
Indian River Muiic Hose.
Attorneys Geo. A. Wraft a
RedmondGautier, of Mirmi ar1g
a case here before Judge Jasn
day.
When you want a swell dranmdi
ask to see the Edwin Clapp ee, be.
ing the finest male. Alws a ao-
plete stock. Winston S. Bral ,
Sole Agent.
Our streets are enlivened daily b
the appearance of orange and ogr
fruit buyers, commercial m, maa
others, who are now visiting thissae
tion in large numbers.
A letter from Mrs 8. Wiley
states that she is about to leave A-
lanta for Titusville, but will make a
short visit of a week or so at Valdo-
ta, Ga., before returning to this, er
home.
Mr. Tom Battle's family left lat
Wednesday for Macon and other
points in CGeorgia before going to
Pasco, Fla., to reside. Carl and
Jesse Battle, their sons, will remain
in Titusville.
The regular meetings of the Pro-
gressive Culture club will be resumed
next Monday afternoon, October 5,
at 3 o'clock. There is important
bu~ness to come before the dub nd
all the members are requested to be
present.
Master Rufus Robbins went to De-
Land Tuesday to enter Stetson Uni-
versity for the coming term, and
Master Richard Robbins accompa-
nied his little brother, George, to
Atlanta yesterday where the latter
will study this winter under Mrs.
Armstrong.
A young man from the Japanese


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colony at Yamato, Dade county,
arrived in town Monday and took
the train Tuesday morning for De
Land, where he will take a course in
English at Stetson University. He
reported the colony as doing well,
especially with pineapples.
Mr. A. S. Wadsworth, of Duxbu-
ry, Mass., is expected to arrive at
Cocoa tomorrow to spend -the win-
ter at his home on Merritts Island,
at Georgiana. His launch, the Matta-
keeset, has just been fitted with a
new Palmer four-cycle motor and
was delivered at Cocoa today by the
Titusville Boat Co.


be strengthened, but trains were Mr. W. S. Norwood went south
only delayed a couple of hours. The Sunday afternoon for the purpose of
Titusville Lumber Co. had to shut gathering statistics fir the state, in
down for two or three days on ac- complain enacted by
count of there being so much water mpliance with a w enacted by
in the woods the log teams could not the last legislature which provides


I ne Hurricane Passed Us gather the logs up for the log train, for taking the census of the several
The West India hurricane, which -- counties and compiling agricultural
was located at Nassau Wednesday, Church Notes and other informant in. Mr. Nor-
moved northward after leaving the Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on wood is in charge of this work for
Bahamas and passed out into the Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a.m.. MIr. J. W. Oban, wh was appointed
gulf stream, giving this section high and at Titusill at.ttistician by the go ernr.
north and northwest winds. The day school at 10 a. m.
north and north st winds. The Dr. J. B. Hawk will hold services FURNITURE, DRY (OODS, SHOES
weather this (Friday) morning is at ('ity Point Sunday. Oct. 4. preach- Steering wheels arid w*at cushions
clear and bright, and every one is ing at 111::11 a. in. tiH wil! a;-, be'at Fruit jars. rubbers a .1 t.l.s
glad the storm has passed us. The Eau Gallie in the evening at 7:*r. (;Glib-Wernicke elasti.' bxk cases
barometer stood 29.98 last night. ;All people are welcome at these Stop Leak Sticks for itoats and roofs
Meetings and heartily invited to at- Copper tacks, galvanized screen
The water in Indian river has been tend. '.a-,I, ...lu. i., iamel
over three feet above normal stage - - CAS. .. .; A.NE 'Phone 342
of water the past week. This vast Titusville Bottling Works, inter Homes.
amount of mostly fresh water ex- M. Com)I)MAN, PR'KlRToi. r sale at Horti, Banana
tending over miles of country that Manufacturer of carbonated kev- t:iver. A tine location, adjoining
is generally ankle deep in water or ragese. Specialty of Pepsi-c'ola, high "ihousa.nd Islands Club property.
dry land can give some idea of this grade Ginger Ale. and a full line of J. B. JONES, Georgiana, Fla.
e .. assorted sodas. Write for prices in


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,~' as msay a good ohap who Is
dto& doe to the ps, but who will
',l r whimper. Yet be needs help to
'M ever f or a little whUe, and
*pt t *f a my plan when I se a man
S I- Inns tothe dlae to Jump right
t Maad a ee myself.L
"Mlt ea the beahebs at the Bat-
IM iskt aout Into the harbor wee
lMa me than I could count. I'll bet
Almost every one at them was
t" I ea tell that broke, down
a eot neek a lseg way of. I didn't
"eamy sandwlebes with me. I hand-
ed et m ey land md. n Chicago I
p out nate Grant park, on the lake
Switch san dwibesr and I always
MId he y mm to give them to. I
le the me at the Battery buy their
WS food. One of them told me he
Meant o IAll up on pie. I hope e ot
B R e wanted. It's no cinch to be
bee alnd have r your whole being
ISalg for pie and no way to get it.
Sman can pot a lot hungrier for pie
than he m for brad.
." wa t down the line In Battery
perk plkldng out the chaps that looked
*We down on their luck than the oth-
t It's tunny, but I didn't find any
boe Every man that drops be-
Wad the procession doesn't lose out
Strough booze. You'll find plenty of
aormers that will tell you that drink
drives almost everybody off the track.
A lot" of the men I talked to were
straight, clean. honest fellows that
olme hadn't had the right opportuni-
Sor that didn't have the ability to
take advantage of the opportunities
they had.
"I went right up to them and asked
thenm ow things were going and if I
couldn't do something for thet'i. I
a&ed them as if I meant .hatl I sa;id
teoo. A kind word and a smileI do :t lot
more good than half a tdo:a>r- -ut
don't forigt to give the half. (' e ia
told me ihe hatd the pI'Oiise of a -(I,' 1 :
in a week. let told wh hiI. ;vi.-
going to wor.. but he o:il:l:i't te1,l. he.
cause he didn't know. l',re hrI wa:-
going to eat till he and ti:t i', i '"s :


as sure of eve .tl; ill \.iiti
as that I am th t that f \' i
make gorol. I h:ld :i a .'::
n ory note- ,oo,(l l, d., ;
tdil to ptr n Iu 'e to pay ::, ,'::t .'" II:
tirst wages. 1 ,I n 'de, 1 ., .I *,r,',.
than I needed the mnIm'. s, I I It It.
I'd try to \\ait :Iin. dl....s i"' !
o :t '-. I ht ve >;::. .; : .. 1
has t''om' lb',-'k ht' I S ". .i' .* t" "
1 hivetn't 'Ot Vy(' is onl iits w:y.

as I ou~ld. andh th.czIn; I e *li 'r *
the Powery. I l.nr,,'it ?', S';.> r .
ter th:!n a Ilt ,,f N;-\w lo-k -rs >:.,-
It. I k,'v. that plenty of 4 th '' ;it;r.* -
would liav'e :id'.l'rtss" '. on !' jr ;,':.- '.; -
able streets i th."y o ily lhad a ,;, :
the batck a8:.1 : li:t', inonry hl.i b.,.
them at thIe r;..,_ t ti.',t,. I ; :U .|
hours on the Bowery. and I ,;'i'r 1,
<'aise my riosry r:an man who said lihe lhit i't seti at wh, l

KEY WITH EVERY PAIR.
Limit In Rah-Rah Shoes Is One That
Locks on the Feet.
When the men who d-ecree the fash-
Ions put a quietus on thb. cir us effe'-t
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SwMeh wae Maoa b t No

tdlae n ae fa mepde
Ot. wot ,- a welm typewriter
bi** seM, saLwhat ts mane wa
typewrMer in a neighboring apart-
meat. In a preelmey silar way
Knudesn aty It win be poible to
actuate a linotype matcbm, memsag
of news being sent fa on a wirel
keyboard at a central ece or news
agency.
Telegraphlng sketches and photo
graphs by wreless can also be aconm-
plshed. he asserts, by mean of a spe-
eal form of the same macine.
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!yallbe very wdlu asr r the trst ame
esmesra., bet nat whsn it m to esail
ad feersad saia. Qtt aiai
take a "al ese--BUoaid's HerM. Coe-
tais nharamtal draa ad is as e aia as
taxes. If t deem'st ame s ou mme
bek. Sold by Tinaille Pr adcy a B-
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ed m aramie -Ma lef.W
rbmege a -min ls a ma get
heI a h m. My way s to stp bhl
bem hewhs up hbeo
"in leaW I hIave a little oC ee
NpoedeIy for this Thmeay work ot
me om e of my frtendcall It my
rhurady church. When you look at It
te right way charity )s the greatest
ry In which a ua ean help not only
them, but hi-elf. The right ktad of
teriy means helping a man to help
useif. They'll caom a time whn he
w l help --mebef aebh."

CLOTHES HANGING CONTEST.
set"a Weman Win by One Kimneo
In Amusine Cmpettitimt.
A contact Ia the gentle act of hang-
la out ietbes was the unique feature
at the outlg of the Mauacb tts Ice
DealW aeclation at Baa Point.
ankt, the other day,, a while mom
it the womea blusbed as certain gar-
maets were hbun to the breaem, the
eaot proved to boe one of the moat
amusing that have marked any outdoor
gatberig last summer. Miss Hazel
Nuttlg of Beatoa won by a kimo0o.
The contet was between Miss Nt-
thag and MrS. Lisea Howard of Wa-
tertown Ma., who were captains of
ddde aittng acram a table from each
other. Under the chair f each was a
package, and the'combined packages
oa eeah side otalned everything from
drop stitch stockings to outside knit
sweater, and all were given away later
a prizes to the ladles present The
garments In packages had to be taken
from bundles fastened beneath chair.
nfaateaad and passed along to the
aptalna, who houtled them on to the
Itnea.
A crowd of about 400 looked on as
the two captains worked neck and
uek. Mrs. Howard got away slightly
In advance and led by one stocking.
kiam Nutting caught up to her on cor-
sets, gained steadily In petticoats and
skirts and hung out her last article, a
Chinese kimono, ten seconds ahead.
The women on each side ten drew
numbered slips for their pick from
the line. Silk stockings and a white
sweater were the first to be chosen.
The ladles to draw the higher numbers
had only a meager assortment of lin-
gerie to select from, and none seemed
very anxious to take a chance at It.
There was also an tee cutting con-
test by women. Blocks of Ice weigh-
Ing from fifty to seventy pounds were
placed on a long table, and they tried
to chop a ten pound piece. Nearly 100
women took part, and Miss Emma A.
Curtis oL Jamaica Plain won first prize.
cutting a piece weighing ten pounds
one and a quarter ounces.


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Getting Its tregth Out.
Mrs. Wickersham bad advertised for
an experienced cook. The first appli-
cant who came in answer to the ad-
vertisement was a stout, red haied
young woman. Mrs. Wickersham pro-
pounded several question to her.
which she answered in a fairly satis-
factory manner. Then she asked her:
"How long do you boil tear
"Well mem." said the young wo-
man, "some folks bile It longer an'
some shorter. It's all a matter o4
taste."
"But you do boll It, don't you?"
"Oh. yes, cert'nly; but I've allus
thought that two hours was long
enough to bile any tea. You can git
all the strength out of it In that time."
-Youth's Companion.
A Oewntrodden Monarch.
Although the majority of royal per-
sonages are noted for their lavish din-
ner tables, there is at least one reign
Ing monarch wh9se meals are of the
simplest This monarch is the emperor
)f China. His whole life is lived In
obedience to the most stringent eti-
quette and his food is all regulated
for him by statute. So strict are the
laws governing the Imperial household
that when he desires a new dish be has
to pass a special decree before he can
have It. and the court physicians keep
a strict watch over his appetite. Should
he show a special liking for any par-
ticular viand. the chances are that they
will persuade him not to take it. under
the pretense that it may prove inju-
rious to his health.
Could Not Explain.
"Look hyub." said Mose. reading
from the newspaper. "In New York
dey's putting' up a thirty story building .
an' doy's beginning' at the fifteenth
story an' working' up an' down!"
"What keep de middle 'spended in
de air while dey's wo'kin' up an'
down?" demanded his wife suspicious-
ly.
"Ah--Ah didn't fink 'bout dlat" re
turned Mose. with widening eyes
"Anyhow. dat's whar de br:ain ult di
c'ntractor cone in. No ni~als like
yol or me iam pow'fil enoughh t' split
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developed. The Indians say they in-
tend to demonstrate that they were en-
gaged in Irrigating the arid portions of
the west centuries before Columbus
set foot on American soil.
Some of the Indians have developed
remarkable dexterity In certain direc-
tions. They are to make a big display
of woven goods, which, It is claimed.
will equal the needlework of the ma-
jority of white women. Looms will
be erected and the visitors will have
opportunities to watch them in oper-
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IMiadgue N. M. This wil be the
aet otherag of Irrigatm ex-
pro a eva Wa In- ta opeatron a
Ume who asn familiar with the per-
sem it t W ists and 4P v
am, and It will etadaly be a se-
rbastle -mestati N the wa-ti
dertl ehage that In slng =n three h-
out the wvat
hl-rsai has neea praetl eedla a
Number of at u abut ts uder
wp ta the vest are eo sch a eeolseal
mae and the mathodsa aeo neael
and meria tat the a uompl m- at
ad naglamies tI the Uted tates are
ataetias atteotio all over the world.
Atili an tl beliea that valuabia ie-
fumatus Is to hbe btalaad, oGmrmy
vm md an ethe eaa ear to t eh cor
S m-mses of zxperts, and ha will be
atmad b at lleat dzt oeEle of the
de r unerw is .b arm aym the
tl sgo -A a -_ t Te he aO
w the tn a npre-tation fumr foe-
S e las ts Uhat there are numaroe
ratite problem to beo a ol ed na the
s 41W bym owm repan Nade& s
atd twhe e-tsea will nt oly hear
th vi ow th-b e wo oave had tho
pmtNt t mour tf a rpelefte of aty
a t4 a t nhlam of work, bat wim
ro ta au mber oflarIl projects.
Teto rlch Me sepb wil also sead
HBs hefle gtO er at the had of a daleb
M otr af L rable l. M race haa
peoata s a the ta north of Africa
tos t al*e value Irrigt tou wenl
driateo o althouash Ceociattetlv Ut-
te has boe 6o up to dat to develop
a natural fortiity of the sa In the
alet r~o~s. The cosrtust between

sar ts to be had& ad e th rroenadti
ity, whIeh is aUd, h fonnrmed one
Se art gaumenta for developing
landsI t te west, where simlakr eondl-
timoa ext yet. with the eception of
ofypt, ter re e few spots in northern
Africa were the necessary lrrelaton
orb have" ea built. The develop-
mert of fertiity lha been left to the
ehaose springing up of water in the
desert and wherever to thirst of the
lad has boon quenched by aatare ol-
aske have sprung up.
ltery me of t h principals oltonis
et OGret Britain wll be reprele d,
It Is promised. By coastmrcati an
enorm s dam aemo the Nle British
egin-em have controlled the overflows
of that historic river. Bat in addition
to what they rave learned by them-
selves thsao moe ae anx ioos to see
what has bee do e In the United
States, for there are several otherpot
among the Brttish possessions where
rrlgatloa could be practiced with great
proft
Brazl, Mexico and all of the prtnci-
pal Bouth American republics have an-
nounced their Intention of having rep-
resentatives at the congress, so all parts
of the world will be represented either
directly or through delegates from oth-
er powers. Honolulu Is to be well
represented, and men will come from
both the Philippines and Australia.
Canada., which has numerous trripatlon
praeects, is to snd a large delegation.
The Flllpinoa have arranged for a big
display whikh will show both tbe agri-
cultural products snd the arts of their
country.
Exhibits of a triltl nature will be
one (,t the wuost lutc'resting features of
the congress, for there Is hardly a tribe
of Inlians that will not send a display
Illutrative of its handicrafts. Thea,
exhibits are not made for the purpose
of bowing a collection of curiosities.
They are primarily to prove that the
handiwork of the red men Is some-
thing that should be encouraged and


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Seat *ea. O me s ly lare seals.

t-eMe Mt tat ma a an ua lm
Hb a o aevearal t blarg
est IM OM tr n s displayed
ofth O It viibe t esesary to have
so kee reaI11v a pa spew w4
foat MW Ofe t emomg the Nisphant
so ,dam Ibto b showna, together
with a pr-spI lv" ao thte uaKi adh
country. On another evening the big
Roosvlt dam in Arizona will b re-
poduced, along with a view of the
country around it On the other nights
there wll ab -eneral displays of fre-
worb. I addition to this the town
will be illuminated.
The mtlsion style of architecture has
been a for practk'lly all of the
building In accordance with a com-
mon practice ta the southwest The
ConvMatik hall, which Is made of
brisk and meat, will contain seats
for ,6Wm dsogate and 2,000 visitors.
The ga s are to occupy the gallery.
This han est $,000, and $150000
mr was spent on other buildings
Th exposition grounds are a mile
sad a quarter from convention hall.
the two being connected by electric
eCar A large mission arch forms the
trane to the grounds. Once Inside
the vitt wil see a number of build-
I, t e Maaty of which are low
structures made of cement, although
a some cases adobe s used because of
It hbltorie interest in the southwest
There will be model Irrigated farms,
where product will be shown on all
ghso of development A thornless
east garden, designed by Luther Bur-
ank, .will be one of the novelties.
Ballroads upon whose lines Irrigated
lands are loated have planned a num-
ber of, sepecally attractive exhibits
where pictures and products will give
a complete history of the movement for
rrigation, from Kansas to California.
A building conmt.uted of cereals will
contain an exhibit of the agricultural
products of Ban Miguel county. Next
to this will be a miniature mountain.
the Interior of which will contain an
auditorium, which ts a reproduction of
a worked out coal room. The entire
operation of coal mining will be shown
hI means of moving pictures. Across
the road from this Is the building In
which will be the general exhibits.
Next to this are the horticultural and
agricultural buildings. Popular amuse
ments will be offered at a building call-
ed the Heidelberg.
In machinery hall will be found the
pumps, ditching machinery and other
mechanical devices used by Irrigation-
ista. In addition there will be an edu-
cational building, a forestry building
constructed of logs and a structure put
up by Colfax county. Complete dis-
plays of the products of Irrigation
grown in Arilona will be included In
this group.
On account of the large number of
valuable prices that have been offered
there will a a splendid showing of
fruits of alf latitudes, from the oranges
and lemons of the south to the apples
of the north. On account of the in-
structive character of the exhibits It
Is certain that there will be a large at-
tendance of those who have joined the
rapidly Increasing number of the devo-
tees of Irrigation. Every state will be
represented by delegates, and it is prac-
tically certain that Vice President Fair-
banks will be one of the chief speak-
ers. President Roosevelt, who is deep-
ly interested in the development of the
.west, Invariably sends a :messan' to be
read at the opening of the national Ir-
rlgatiou coItgrePs.
President Diaz has ordered a 1attal-
ito of troops from the Mexic':ti army
to Albuquerque, and with tlite soldiers
will comie tihe l.leventhl regiment lhnd!.
the I st s nliit;"ry nIus *t.':.l :ir:lnlza;tlos
in MNexl'o. Tb.'re will lIe "J.<',,) soldiers
ofth e I'nhlt ed S.t:I es iart n ,l I all of
the .,dets tr,:n ltit N ,w Mei ,, Mili


Gods are as thick In India as the
leaves on the trees-In the minds of
the masses of the people. But the
mighty Pantheon is subordinate to the
great trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and
Siva-Brahma the Creator. Vishnu the
Preserver and Siva the Destroyer. Of
thase gods Brahma is looked upon as
being the highest, but Vishnu is the
most beloved god. while Siva. on ac-
count of the hurt he is supposed to be
capable of and Inclined to, is the one
who holds the largest share of the peo-
ple's attention.
The Bridge of Lions.
A bridge comparatively little known
was constructed long ago in Chiua in
the reign of the Emperor Keing Long.
It is situated near to Sangang and the,
Yellow sea and measures not less than
eight miles and a half. The Bridge of
I.ious. as it is called. is supported by
:100 immnenese arrches, and its foundation
is twenty-one meters under water On
each pile of this wonderful Iridge is a
marble staWe of a lion three times
larger thin life size. The coup dl'oed
of these 300 enormous lions, each one
suppolrtling an arch. is stupendous in
Its mltagnificencte.
Mister and Master.
'ortnerly the term "in',ster-" \as a
markedly meslpetful form of address
SNow in the form "mister" it has Ie?
come coU tliol properly. \while mastere"
itse;' has Ltcoue conutilted to I oyq.
However, the fall of masterr" has not
Sbeeu -u great as is that of the Freuch
"uous eutir." .t one time even a saint
was spoken ouf as "Mlonsicur St. Jean."
Uudet the early Vatu;is the king was
S"mousieur" in public documents. and
later it became the title of the king's
younger brother. Nowadays "M." is
merely ou a level with "Mr."

A Banquet
sprrai lt.-fr ye would o yo w ld III no III' s it
you icullIn't 'eat. What g14tld catn fooi do a
chill when ai sMn as it enters its stotuach it
i-. eitt'l- Iv worms. That's the reao n vyour


SOLWD RULE Mt

t Pepases e Orgewmo a piled
Party ad Wedrie0 s sa e
rly Baeae abd Jsephln. 5. Baae
ofa Breson and Leause seam f
aoMiepoart, N. ., recently Med pGep=
at Albay with the seemtary a stat
of New York organatl a the Society of
Appled Phiosophy, with Its prncIpal
oako in New York city, for the par-
poss, among other thingas of etablish-
ing the Golden Rule.
The society Is "to apply the prnld-
ple of philosophy and of the Chris-
tan religion to existing conditions and
tnstitutlons, to political, social and oth-
er problems; to organize a political
party to be known as the Progressive
Conservatives and to restrict the rights
f suffrage to the owners of a certain
amount of property, real or personal,
and to'extend the suffrage on the same
terms to women; also o influence leg-
islation in the direction of greater hu-
manity, prohibiting corporal punish-
ment in every form and establishing
the Golden Rule and the Christian
method and reform which are to over-
come evil with good."

Plan to Reform House of Lords.
A majority of the house of lords
committee, of which Lord Rosebery Is
chairman, which for months past has
been considering reform of the upper
house haa decided, It i said, to recom-
mend a scheme for popularizing and
strengthantng that body. It proposes
the addition of eminent representative
commoners, who may be elected for
the duration of any parliament and
who may be eligible for re-election
when that parliament Is dissolved.

Bird Reservation of 70,000 Aeres.
By an order of President Roosevelt
about 70,000 acres of land adjoining
the Oregon-California line are to be set
aside as a reservation for the propa-
gation and protection of native birds,
says a Redding (Cal.) dispatch. The
erder Ineludes land not suitable for
agricultural purpose. The tract is
probably the greatest breeding ground
In the world for waterfowl*

A Go-as-you-please Capital.
Without doubt Nairobi is rather
unlqoe as a British African capital tn
Its composltlon of inhabitants. Not
only does east jog west, but both jog
Ham. guratively and literally. This
circumstance comes inevitably to mind
when traversing or careering the
streets on a bicycle, mule, horse, don-
key or camel or in a spider, carriage,
Jinrikisha or bullock cart. it is a kind
of go-as-you-please gait which has taken
root in NairohL One turns to the left,
one to the right. One skirts the gutter,
while the other rides through the pe-
destrians.-Nairobi Leader.


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World's Champion Smugglers.
I know something about smuggling.
writes a correspondent I spent three
years in the Chinese maritime customs
In Canton and Amoy and some more
years on the China Navigation com-
pany's boats. In Canton we had a
large and eficent staff of officers yet
we could not cope with the oily heath-
en who smuggled opium. We drew 20
per cent on all selsurens and we bus-
tied, you bet I have seen the river
steamers cut from stem to stern to
make hiding places for the drug. I
hae also seen a coffin with a supposed
corpse Inside used to get the stuff
ashore: also edible dogs and cats car-
ried by hawkers on the end of a stick.
They are the world's champions at the
game.-Pearson's.

excellent Health Advice
Ms. ML. .Davison, of No. 7 Gifflrd are-
nue, San Jes, Cal. ss: "The worth of Elec-
trio Bitt as a general Imily remedy, for
hedache, hlloums and torpor of liver nd
bowels, is o prooneed that I a prompted
to my a word in itsvor for the benit of
those seeking relief from smeh -mlctiom
There is mor health fo the digetive orgns
in a bottle of lDetric Bitten than in say
other remedy I know ot" Sold under uoar-
antee at Banner Drugatore. 50.

Where the Ootopus Abounds.
"The rocky coast of Brittany," said
a life guard, "abounds in octopus, the
pleuvre, as they say down there."
"Walk a Breton beach at low tide-
the beach of t. Lunaire, for instance-
and you will easily find in a half mile
a score or more of perfect cuttlefish of
those triable white bones that birds
love.
"They are from six inches to a foot
or more in length, snowy and very
prettily shaped. They make nice ash
trayL The peasants gather them for
bird food. for ash trays and also. I be-
lieve, for cigarette eases.
"They are bones of the octopus, and
their abundance is a convincing proof
of the octopus in those rock strewn
waters of France."-Boston Post
Hindoo Gods.


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Mandrake roote BloaT-~ Ml
Cherrybark are extraetad ad
by thae as eof hemiealf.
reed glycerine. Sead to .
at Bufaao, N. Y., for fra bsdl
quotes extractU f
Wca atori i
Xing.h C04u6 U iwn m S
host of sZ.wtag tha L .
ean beo up"a ir th0 ea He
action all weak stat of the sMam-a
accomp ed ilaagesstim ar dys5r
as well I bilous or lvereoasl
and in walstig disease a whew thu
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Thus all e:ia n c- i WU i .
and eruptions as well s a aMW_ a
lings and old openrua rna mbW a-l
are cured and healed In tre U l.
running sores, or ulcers, t is w ll
sure their healing to apply to tahe
Pierce's All-Healing Salva If yWoarm .
gist don't happen to have this ae
stock, send fifty-four sc nts t posa
stamps to Dr. V. Pierce, InvaW
and Surgical Institute, Bufao, N. Tad
a large box of the "All-Ha Ilv
will reach you by return pose
You can't afford to aeept a maI
trumas substitute for this no-aseb
medicine or zsow ohomo,
even though the rnut dealer M
thereby m a little ngnr a
and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels
sugarcoatsd, tiny VMamu1 eamy to taOW
ascandy.


Wind Pressure.
A wind traveling at tt rate ofthree
miles an hour presses ith a weight
of about three-quarters of an ounce
upon every square foot of surface
which stands in its way. A wind of
eighteen miles an hour gives a preo-
sure of one pound and a quarter to
each square foot, a wind of thirty-fve
miles an hour gives a pressure of six
pounds on the square foot, a gale ef
fifty miles an hour thirteen pounds.
a storm of seventy-five miles twenty-
eight pounds and a hurricane of nine-
ty miles forty pounds on the square
foot
Noeee of AppllhetiU for Tax Deed Vu
seetton a of Chapter 4a8, Laws ef b.
Notice is hereby given that E. B. Armel,
purchaser of tax certificate No. 114 dated the
Ist day of July, A- D., 1901. has led said
certifiate in ay office, and has made appl-
cation for tax deed to isne in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard county,
Florida. towit: Part of lots 1,2, and sj f sw
1. described in Deed Book H, page SN, eo-
tion 30,tp. 28 south, range 38 eat. The mid
laud being amieed at the date of the ianeum
of such certificate in the name of W. Mount.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed williisue thereon on
the 20thh day of October, A. D.. 1908.
(- ) Witnes my official signature
SSKAL. and seal this the 2th day of
-,- September. A. D.. 1908.
A. A. STEWART,
Clerk Circuit Court
Brevanr County, Florida.


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No Need to Climb.
It was a very wet night, and the last
omnibus was full inside when the con-
ductor asked. "Will auy gentleman
ride upon the top to oblige a lady ?"
There was no response, so the in-
quiry was repeated. But again there
wad no reply.
At last one of the male passengers
remarked, "Are you sure she is a lady
and not a poor woman?"
"Oh. yes. she is a lady," said the
conductor without hesitation.
"A well dressed lady?" again asked
the passenger.
"Yes. a thorough, well dressed,
fashionable lady." said the conductor.
"Then I should think she can afford
to take a cab home." said the passen-
ger.-London Mail
Naval Academy Class Rings.
A naval officer and a friend were
strolling down Broadway oiae after-
noon recently. The former glanced in
at a pawnshop window aud sddltenly
stopped. "lello!" lie exclaimed
"There is a Naval acalemy eir lss ring"
He went Into the .shop and asked to
see the ring. There could Ie no (doubt
about it. it was :a ring helonhging to a
melinloer of :t ':class which gradonated
some years :n' Tli ottiher Ibought
the ring an:ttd t it in hisi pl-li-t.
"l'Why.. what :;in you wt wit h that
rinL.'" asked hi< friend* "Is the own-
,r .a part'iciulhr frie.nil t of y urs':"
Thlt otlihr sA;,l he. \\;.a noit and then
explained that it hadl alwa s beelln .1
cusltoUm of the naval s.*rvi-o'e Ifc'r any
naval otihifer to ri l'- Ii ::a Na :val :a'a t
mny class ring whenever hft, saw wone and
send It back to, its owner. \who,. of
coi'urse, makes gnool the loan at his
earliest con vellientce.
"That is why." said tlhe other smill-
Ingly. "pawnshopl keepers are always
anxious to lend mloneyeV on our class
rings. and that is also one reason why
a naval officer will never pawn his
class ring until worse comes to the,
worst."-New York Tribune.

For Chronic Diarrhoea
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Why Colds are Dangerous
lIkaui' vou ovp'e A slitttruct 't cohlitar v (44,41%
asld recovered from tlhieu withotit trcit-tiet!t
of any kind, do not fu:r& notaurtit itualiiti
that colds are uot ldaIgeriolt. I --r I511
knows that lns'urnuoisiA Ai14 cIhronic t-aartiI
have their origin in conittiivi cuhlr. (t--a
sumption is not tauaiI ib.v :c eue b iI. a 1"tf tll. (-l104
lorel'oas thie systA-il for t .therec.ptimandi d et.l t-
velopmweut tof tlhu get iiifla tht wa,:a iii h:r t14e i1t
obthcrwise have found lo-lnmient. It is the,
same with all infiuetioui. di-owtiest. D)iphtlheria.
srarlert feve~r, nieu.,le.4 ;titil vouich~ c~llYI
ara niora likely ts be keemittmreted whri the
child hA a casld. 'Yo will mwt' freota m ii tl tht
more real danger lurks iii a told tld a a ii :intu
othcr of the cmuaiaioat Ailitient...viua.it~t


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t Titmville on the
16 River will open
Sboe s O h.2ld 1m0 n This is the
eIv ngitod to ysh r for the
MM! o ba ts em cast ost and
Slltl M mattevd. One ands one-
ibm e will behsed for reond
Ji~ lk'hM An t. Aug8tine,
thIIAPla Beab and intermediate
t TItuivfle.

SO rM lorida editor defends the
k lWtaMs adinP st en orange to
eibtruMsbui ehidre n in hissec-
tlatr" rtsm to sbhoot with them
Seo. AAs well advocate the mar-
the aeil hlf-grown apple because
t are a favorite article of food
with ern in that state when they
re almost as hard as bricks and
with Httle flavor. Oranges are not
nt to the northern market to be
add mainly to school children, and
pemor who have once bought a
lorida orange when it was sour and
il Mhd are apt to take a distaste for
al dtnr fruits from this state.

Planter is to have a hotel this win-
ter and Long Key will be fitted up
to accommodate the tourists who
come south to fish. By next season
there will be several pleasure resorts
at different points on the keys, says
the Key West Citizen. The pros-
poets are good for an unusually
luge influx of winter visitors during
the coming season and anglers espe-
cilly will patronize the keys so far
s the Florida East Coast railway
extension runs. It is not too much to
predit that they will be the favorite
Afls g grounds of the United States.

The contempt proceedings against
several prominent lawyers of the
state and members of the congres-
sional committee in the third dis-
trict, which was the outcome of the
Mayes-Kehoe contest, was argued
Thursday of last week at Milton be-
fore Judge J. Emmet W,,lf#-. result-
ing in a discharge of the rule and
dismissal of the respondents on the
ground of lack of juriscdictiorn. and
the cost of the proceedings will be
taxed against Santa Rosa cour.ty. If
Judge Wolfe knew that his court did
not have jurisdiction to issue the in-
junction compelling the committee not
Sto canvass except by the original re-
turns, why did he have the summons
issued for contempt ?

Something that has been urged
upon the smaller communities of
Florida from time to time is stated
in an editorial on the country news-
paper in the Tampa Times and we


believe it cannot be controverted:
"A town is judged by its newspapers
more th by any and all other of
its and quite rightly.
ty more imperative
Sle of Florida than a
sufficient support of their
Mawapers. The patrons get their,


he local newspaper is the great-
matthagthe retailer has if he will
se it right, but a large proportion
are too prone to believe that the edi-
tor wll take care of their interests
whether they look after his or not.
This is wrong. If merchants as a
dam would only take advantage of
the opportunities that the local news-
papers afford them they would reap
rewards far beyond their fondest
dreams.
While self preservation is the first
law of nature, editors of local papers
have a habit of letting self interests
go to the limit when it comes to a
question of serving a community.
For this they are entitled to recogni-
tion, which they rarely receive.
No doubt the retailers have en-
couraged them as far as sentiment
goes. They have undoubtedly said
that they approve the editor's meth-
ods and called him a "good boy," but
in how many cases have they fallen
short in the real encouragement that
counts? How often have they neg-
lected to use his columns, thinking
that they were clever in it! In fail-
ing to patronize him they have often
killed the goose that laid the golden
egg.
You must get behind the local edi-
tor and push for all that you are
worth. He gives you $2 back for
every dollar you invest with him. He
furnishes for you at his own expense
one of the'biggest assets you pos-
sese-the medium through which to
let the people know what you lave
to sell. Within recent years the mail
order proposition has been somewhat
bothersome. The editors of the
country papers have done more than
all other influences combined to win
your business back into normal chan-
nels and to reconvert the farmer to
I the logical belief in home trading.
Do not let it be said in your com-
munity that you have let your edi-
tor's work go unappreciated. Use
his paper. Make him prosperous
and yourself rich in doing it. If you
have foolish ideas about the nonpro-
ductiveness of newspaper advertis-
ing, throw them off and try it out.
One try will prove nothing, but the
constant use of the paper in an intel-
ligent manner will produce results.
The best friend the business man
has in the world, next to his wife, is
the local newspaper, and if he does
not get full value for this friendship
it is his fault, not the editor's. The
editor of the average so-called coun-
try paper has done more to upbuild
his own town and the retailers in it
than all other influences combined.
and it also follows that as an almost
unbroken rule he is the least appre-
ciated person in his community.

An t'nspotted Character
Money is a g,,,id thing, especially
in t.ise t im:ns. but there is some-
" r:i:. muc'h more valuable. It is
character. he cnsciuusnefss of a
purle am honi'ra'ile life. This it
should be a young man's aim to pre-
serve at any cost. During the past
year during th commercial distress,
while many were proved and found


wanting, others came forth tried as
by fire. Here and there one comes
out of the furnace far more of a man
than before. Amid the wreck of his
fortune he stands erect-a noble
specimen of true manhood. Let it
be the aim of every young man,
every business man, above all things
else, to keep his purity unstained.
This is the best possession-this is a
capital which can never be taken
from him-this is the richest inherit-
ance which he can leave to his chil-
dren. Let every young man who
reads this look at the list of wealthy
men, influential men, respected men,


,To KIto Whldk Ot
SOmoeOng the whisky quetio,
ia.H.K .Pitehst, of the THus.
e Lumber empany, writm a fol-
lows to Dr. G. W. Holmes. president
of the Brevard County Anti-Saloon
League:
"I will do everything in my power
to se that whisky is kept out of this
county. Should whisky be brought
baek to this county I am afraid we
will be forced to lose our mills or
move the same. It would be almost
impossible to control the labor with
whisky being so near us."

Information Wanted
The Melbourne Times, in an edi-
torial last week, says: "If Titusville
wants whisky in town again she
should float over to the east side and
call herself the floating evil of the
East Coast of Florida. Reports are
in circulation saying that the peti-
tion for an election had over sixty
names of Tituavillians on it more
than two weeks ago. It would be
interesting to know how many of
them are resident people."
Weekly Wether LA ps .
TrrIm LLv FLA., Sept. 30. 1908.
Statemat of stepeaurws sand raehll for
the week ending Wednesday.
DATu. MAX. Mil.
St..----..---------..... 8
S a--------------- 86 74
---..................... M 7
------............-----------.........90 7
S28..- 9)0 73
.----.-------- 90a 7
S0......... M 74
Total minfall for the week icbhes.
MAX L. VON KorLow,.
Cooperative Observer.
The Impressive Part.
Ira D. Sankey told a story many
years ago to Illustrate the fact that
some people are beyond the power of
the evangelist and remain numoved in
the presence of the greatest demonstra-
tion. "A newspaper man told me."*
Sankey said. "that he had sneaked in
at the great women's meeting which
we held in Madison Square Garden, in
New York. from which we endeavored
to exclude all men. He got into the
top gallery and from there looked
down and was enthusiastic in his de-
scription of the 10.000 women singing
and waving their handkerchiefs In
unison. I asked him what impressed
him most at the meeting, and the re-
porter said. 'ieelng 10,000 bonnets and
no two alike.'"


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for Relievin o
Debility, M i.
MUn. T.ie Nelsom, I dt hSO A-AL
You.,wrons: AsPk e nahasd dLsehmwm
TNU,vrwftM OOAaPruakaub'---- M|-wl
I fteeadty boed to t ll of itl thm a
may meet the eye ofsome who hkm s oato&;4
U"or fve years I really di ant aowwvas.A
perfectly we day was, a t I Id a~*i
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una. TaasIE N9LION.
Insach ,, I hml Lb ac. f a paS
wr and renUally Ufe was not worth
the effort I made to keep going.
"A good friend advised die to us Pe-
runs and I was glad to try anything, and
I m very pleased to say that six bottle
made a new woman of me and I have no
more pains and life looks bright again."
There are a great many phases of
women's ailments that require the -
sistance of the surgeon.
But by far the greatest number of
sach cases are ameabl correct
Medical treatment
A vast multitude of women have been
relieved from the ailments peculiar to
their sex through the use of Perna as
prescribed by Dr. Hartman.
He receives many letters from all parts
of the country relating to subjects of
vital interest to womankind.
Of the vast multitude of women Dr.
Hartman treats annually, only a small
per cent. of them consider it necessary
to write to the Doctor at all.
While it is not affirmed that Peruna
will re!teve every ca~e of this kind, it is
certainly the part of wisdom lar every
woman so affected do ve Perua a
fair tail


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Mrs. Joseph Lacelle, U4 Bronson t.,
Ottawa, East, Ontario, Canada, writes:
"I suffered with hsacacAe and hal-w
ace for over nine m,nths and nothing
relieved me until I took Peruna. This
medicine is by far better than any other
medicine for these troubles. A few bot-
ties relieved me of my miserable, half-
dead, half-alive condition.
"I am aMw lie ood Aaa, have
neither ache nor paiu, nor have I had
any for the past year. If every sffer-
ing wornim would take Peruna, they
would soon know its value and never
be without it."
Mrs. M. Kliner, Sm E. 86th St., S .,
Cleveland, Ohio, writes:
"I am enjoying good health since tak
ing your medicine. I had suffered for a
good many years previous to taking
Peruna, and ever since I can say that I
do emt know what headache ora m ram
is. I can most assuredly say that any-
body afflicted with catarrh in any form
can be cured by taking Peruna."


THAT IS ALL THERE IS TO ELLWOOD FENCE-
Heavy steel cables lapped bot and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, isn t?
No chance for weakness in any part: uniformly strong. The reasons for the suprrity of ELLWOOD FENCE
are not hard to And. This company owns and teb a s1forthesperiority of ILWOOD PENOt
are not hard to find. This company owns and operates its own iron mines and furnace; its own wire mills
and afir large fence factories-tiJter one of the six being larger than any other fence factory in the world.
These facts should be convincing.

For Sale by the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., Eau Gallie, Fla.
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by next Tow.day fortnight I'll sen' ferBUY A A AND OR AN
BU doctor. AIfA I ORGAN
Farmer-Why INDIAN RIVER MUSIC
Garge -Wull. it'll he forty year:
nex' Tewsdn v fortnight since we 'ad
t' doctor. an' I'd like t' make It even TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA
fnwrty.-London Tatler.
Feel languid, weak. rnin-dowun Headaculit *
Stomach "otf'" Just a plain cais of lazy liv.r. /==
Burdnlck Blood Bitters tones liver and stoin- I a Straw berry P1
ach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood.
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from Indli
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The reader of this paperwill be pled
tolear that theeis at east one dredfAl
dis that aloener ha be abe to eare in
l tm s ad that i Catarr. Hau.s Ca-
tmrrh C tiste osly peative cre known
tothe edkal fatenni. CMrrh being a
cIutiemi dMaIss, requires a OrWstn-
tuanl trmi Ka u' Ha s Ch rr Curn ie
takens i t yactin ditly upon sthe
blsed ard mureas rt of the o eM
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boatAweeloat. There i nodoubt
aIow, hwit g oe fm e terrble di-t
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ohe houd dwater d for the mrost
prt were o antics, never the-
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rsoa os rua tidasdy & v neythng
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th gover uBt has taken as farie

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daly dsa e laden with food-
aett lumber anad na bels
The reent ale Is sld to haved ex-
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in otbsmWet owr Dry...th









Editr of Trn FleoaeA A ra.
at the oosaloon question un-t









der present conditions we face these
facts:
There are persons who cn make










more money if the county goes wet.
It is only weak, selfish human nature
for these men to fight fo r the open











saloon.
ri1nraa-t"r praetically everything










t here will the gain to these peo
pe come from? t











It will come principally from the
colored race. They will be the vi
tis. They will be lubbed, with fined,
sf hrlumber =Ad nala










ent to ail, and e is onvi to ae emp
They will be the rich field for a lass











of men who grow fat through the
criminal class.
The colored man who works for


the saloon is an enemy to his race.









When his young men are punished
he is responsible. We he sows the

ee of strife, he i responsible for








crime. Guilt hangs over him and
his church, and his profession only
makes his crime the more bloody
der present onditios we face thes














There white an who stands for sa-
or forgets i the young men, forget
tour women, lan our homesan isna
for these men to Jaght for the open





















dishonor, for murder. The saloon is
Where will the gain to these pea




















a public concern, and a healthy moral
entimen who gro fight this agency ofthe
immorality and crimes.









death of Sammy Moore, and other
capithe colored mand those who would
restore such times had better go toe.
When his young men are punished








he is responsible. henMAR BRADY.ws the









Bamboo Experiments*
The depa of strip, he is responsible haor
demonstrate that Chngs over and Jaa
hisbamb church, an be profession only
makes his crime the more bloody.l epe
The white man who stands for sa-
















ta the tUnlted Otatee and will experl


The great danger of kidney troubles
are that they get a firm hold before
the sufferer recognizes them. Health
is gradually undermined. Backache,
headache, nervousness, lameness,
soreness, lumbago, urinary troubles,
dropsy, diabetes and Bright's disease
follow in merciless succession. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Cure the kid-
neys with the certain and safe rem-
edy, Doan's Kidney Pills, which has
cured people right here in Titusville.
Mrs. John Noble, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "Our little girl suf-
fered from kidney weakness for
three years and she seemed to have
very little control over the actions of
the secretions, especially at night.
She doctored and took several reme-
dies, but nothing seemed to help her
in the least. We finally learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills and obtained
them. The use of one box has com-
pletely cured the child. She is now
able to retain the secretions, and is
steadily growing stronger. We are
thankfulindeed for the benefit she
has obtained from the use of Doan's


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4f so-M $p sd opw b ta r o


I t h eing and knowld af trd world's

Produaet of actual excellence and
wnmnmbl dlaim utfully presented
M4 whieh have attained to world-wide
irnpatm through the approval of the
Wel-Informed of the World; not of indi-
viduals only, but of the maity who have
the happy faculty of selecting and obtain-
ing the best the world affords.
One of the products of that class, of
known component parts, an Ethical


remedy, approved by physicians and com-
mended by the Well-lnformed of the
Word as a valuable and wholesome family
laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial
effects always buy the genuine, nuanu-
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
only, and for sale by all leading druggist-.
"1" *"1 "- 111 "" 1" n- -a----BBB--
I*uhl Herd to Canada.
During September 250 buffaloes, rem-
nants of the famous Pablo herd recently
purchased by the Canadian govern-
met, will be brought from Motana
and placed nl the new buffalo park on
Battle river, a thouand miles north-
west of Winnipeg. The animals now
are being rounded up by Michael Pablo
i Montana and will be brought north
It special trains.
Em 8 r1SBALX
Notice is hereby given that under and by
virtue of execution received by me simult-
neously and isrAed ot of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county Florida, against John R.
Walker & Co ad the Walker Hardware
Company, in which the following are plain-
tl ina the several sits, via: Mellwaine'
Kaight A Co.; Erest L. Rhodes & Co.;
Schwab Clothing Co.; Carter & Churchill Co.;
The Rgal Manof. Co.; H. B. Clain Co.;
Boydell Bro. White Lead & Color Co.; Au-
.wt-WrightCao; C. H. A L Goldburg,
Ek & a Co.; Atkins, KeKelden & Brown
Co.; Milbury Atlantic Supply Co.; Tbe RBen-
feld Co., and Bridgford a Co., and the de-
fendant being John B. Walker and H. B.
Mise, partners, composing both of said Arms,
I have levied upon and will sell at public
neutiso to the highetbidder for csh, during
the legal hours of ale, beginning at 11 o'clock
a m, o Monday, the 5th day of October,
o100, at the tore of the mid John EL Walker
A Co. on Washington avenue, in Titusville,
Florid, by virtue of a speal order to that
effect made by the court ot of which mid
executions issued, the following perishable
property, to wit: the following goods in mid
store bilding, viz: Oranges, cady, sweet
poltoes, Irish potato, bacon, lard, meal,
Sts, suar, Quaker oats, erackes, sour, corn
ake, shredded wheat, tobacco, and peanuts;
I will also, on the same day and during the
legal hours ofale, sell to the highest bidder
for cah, at the court bouse door of Brevard
county, one sorrel horse and one black mule,
the property of said defendants.
J. P. Br OWn.y
Sheriff Brevard County


We take pleasure in bouncing
that we have arrange l with the well
hmown firm of E C. DeWitt & Co.,
Chieag, m., for them to end one
full bos, a week's trial, of their won-
derfl little Kidne and Bladder Pills
to each reader and subsecrber of this
DIa *
These pils are highly recommended
and are an excellent preparation for
all form of kidney and bladder
trouble. If yo are suffering with
lame back, backache, week kidneys
and inmmaon of the bladder,
and your name and address to E. C.
DeWitt & Co., 208-205 LaSalle ave.,
Chicago, ll., and they will send you
absolutely free a full box of their'
Kidney and Bladder Pills, postpaid.
Be sure to take advantage of this
offer promptly and don't fail to men-
tion name of this paper when send-
ing name and address.
Statement Regarding Petition
Tituaville, Fla., Sept. 21, 1908.
Editor of Tun FLOIDA STAB
I beg space in your valuable paper
to make a statement in regard to the
petition now being circulated for the
purpose of calling a wet and dry
election in our county.
In the first place I desire it dis-
tinctly understood that I am solely
responsible for its circulation. No
citizen of Titusville nor any other
precinct in the county, state, or any-
where else has had anything to do
with it. I am the [sole author of it.
It is a right guaranteed me under
the law; a right that my dry friends
exercised two years ago, and as this
is the only incorporated town in the
county that voted wet two years ago,
and as this town has been my home
for many years, and, as I believe, I
am the only man living in the county
today who has ever been engaged in
the business, I feel that I am the
proper one to raise the question on
the part of the anti-prohibitionists.
I wishlo assure the public gener-
ally that there is no politics, no graft,
I in this move, only a straightforward,
business proposition, and every one
who knows me knows that I have at
all times willingly submitted to the
wishes of a majority of my fellow
citizens. Respectfully,
F. A. LOSLEY.

DANGER II DELAY
Kidney Diseases are too Danger-
ous for Titusville People
4 to Neglect


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SHERIFF'8 SALE
Notice is hereby given that, under and by
virtue of executions received by me simulta-
neously and issued out of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county, Florida, against John R.
Walker and H. B. Mace, partners trading un-
der the firm names and style of John B. Wal-
ker & Co.. and the Walker Hardware (o.. in
which the following parties are plaintiffs in
in the several suits, viz :
Mcllwaine, Knight & Co.: Ernest L. Rhodes
& Co.;Schwab Clothing Co.; carter & Church-
ill Co.; The Regal Manufacturing Co.; H. B.
Claflin Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead &
Color Co.; Augustus Wright Co.; C. H. & E.8
Goldburg: Frank & Co.; Atkins. McKelden &
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply Co.
Tho Reoenfeld Co.. and Bridgford & Co.;
I have levied upon and will sell at public
auction to the highest and best bidder for
cash, during the legal hours of sale, ou Mon-
day, the second day of November, A. i)..
1908, at the courthouse door of Brevard
county, the following real estate of said de-
fendants situated in Titusville, Brevard
county, Florida. towit:
"Lots one (1) and two (2) of Hutchinson's
subdivision of land described in Deed Book
"J." page 212, Brevard County. Florida Rec-
ordn being a part of Block D of LeBaron's
map of Titusville, Florida, as tiled in the
clerk's office of Brevard county, k lorida. said
subdivision recorded in Deed Book "M." on
pOge 599, Brevard Bounty Record,, and all
the buildings. outbuildings ani attachments
and fixtures thereon."
Said real estate will be sold subject to the
balance due on a mortgage held on said p;op-
erty by tieo. M. Robbius, which balance is
Fifteen Hundred ($1.500) Dollars and ac-
crued interest at seven (71 per ceut from May
15. 190I The said mortgage is recorded in
Mortgage Book "M," on page 1(4. and the
assignment thereof to (eo. M Ro:biu. is re-
corded in Book No. 2 of Asligiments of
Mortgages, on page 31.
I will also sell the following real estate it
the defendants in Titusville, Florida, at the
same time and place, towit:
Beginning at the northeast corner of Block
"K," in the town of Titenville, Florida, from
thence ran west along the nor.h I bouiidaly ,f
said block a distance of 99.03 feet to the
northwest corner of lot two (2) of said blhik;:
thence run south along the west line ot aaid
lot 2 a distance of 54 feet; thence run eabt
parallel with the n0.rth line of said lot 2 a
distance of 9903 feet to Hopkin.4 street:
thence run north along Hopkins street a dis-
tance of 54 feet to the place of begiinning,. e-
ing the north 54 feet of lot two (2) of Blhck
"K." according to LeBaron's map of Titus-
villa on record in the office of the clerk of the
circuit court for Brevard county, Florida.
Said real estate will be offered i separate
parcels in the order above described.
I will also. during the legal hours of sale,
on the maid nd day of November, 19., offer
for ale to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at the store of John R. Walker & Co.. on
Washington avenue, in Titusville. Florida.


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;J i *te'.mTai^-t M* of
5 pap wany w ey heavy.
IW sad x o r tews were *do
y ab6t 1BvO w lomt,
-S ja MS N pOesMa were lt d.0
PO ad the eptimaM lo ta prop-
r r of TfmrtW kir d m Wu OM O
mO tert ert e co-te et ef eene -
tvo mei-hi aad otler rlmamd men
to eI e of lIto weMl have been much
* r- This aln w an the mor de-
plabl beaam It wm whoby Ia.-
nsesary. For many days before the
Shighl wind came and drove It Into un.
* cotrllable fury It was burning slow-
Sly close to the town of Hinckley and
eould have been put out.


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a thera half of the
tleghout the territory
Stmat to coast, the t-
by oest Mres has
mad It I lklyethat the
a Oel of the wont
entry, says a for-
I tI1nl It seems that
e; otry has escaped the
Sdsevtatlog flames. The
Ia Minnesota. Michigan
a the worst of the
r visited the lake states
Otht Msetlaoe have also
tr fgornt fres during the
VW i namer months, and the
iac Piatc coast, the Rocky
I ithe New England states
Shav had a thorough and
Stoot a coatinuous experience


b 1 te United States forest
t Wasnton say that It Is
dit t year's actual loomes
ares lan all parts of the
VO ut win owi evr be known, but
1 ". *. a ebi that they will run up so
th'l millions that the country
wil StarMled when a compilation
eMMt- at the end of the eason
Sa-1- It poa-ble to give even the
e sr e a-r tlve figures. Sufice it to
. s, wre all tbe timber burned up this
n, 0 rIa r ll parts of the country con-
Vta lato e ah It could provide for a
Ip oeusd navy of first class battle-

+e Sue have done good In one way.
tey have called the people's atten-.
t. to te seriousness of the forest
re poble, practical foresters say.
a d have started a widespread move-
mr t itmany stat to check them by
= rational systems of fire pro-
S. -Amtong thinking people there
i be awakened an Intense Inter-
at Io throwing a better protection
aWm i the forests, which grow more
lmpert as a natural resource as the
mbear supply dwindles.
The terrible work of the flames
which have burned over and destroyed
hundreds of tfioue-nds of acres of tim-
ber ad property to the value of mil-
los In the lake states recalls to mem-
ary oter great forest fires which have
attained historic importance.
One of the earliest of these was the
great iramichi fire In 1825. It began
ts grestest destruction about 1 o'clock
In the afternoon of Oct 7 of that year
at a place about sixty miles above the
town et Newcastle, on the Miramlchi
river, n New Brunswick. Before 10
'lock at night It was twenty miles
beldw Newcastle. In nine hours it
lad dptroyed a belt of forest eighty
lles long and twenty-five miles wide.
Over more than 2,500,000 acres almost
every living thing was killed. Even
the bsh were afterward found dead in
beaps on the river banks. Five hun-
dred and ninety buildings were burned,
and a number of towns. Including New-
eastle, Chatham and Douglastown.
Were destroyed. One hundred and six-
ty persons perished and nearly at thou-
sand bead of stock. The loss from
the Miramlchl fire is estimated at
$300,000. not Including the value of
the timber.
In the majority of such forest tires
as this the destruction of the tin:wr..
Is a Iore serious loss by far than
that of the cattle and buildings, for it
carries with It the Impoverlishient of a
whole region for tens or even hundreds
of years afterward. The loss of the
stuiiipgc value of the tiilmbr at ith<,
time of the fire Is but ii small pai:rt of
the damage to the neighborhood. The'
wages that would have lbeent ared l in
lumbering, added to the value of the
produce that would have been pur
chased to supply the lumber camps
and the taxes that would have been
devoted to roads and other public im-
provements. furnish a much trner
measure of how much. sooner or later.
It costs a region when its forests are
destroyed by fre.
The. Peshtigo fire of October. 1871.
was still more severe than the Mira-
mlchl It covered an area of more


Why James Lee Got Well
Everybody in Zanesville. 0., knows Ms.
Mary Lee, of ral route & She writes "My
husband, James Lee, armly believes he owes
his life to the use of Dr. Kins New Discov-
ery. His lungs were so several affected that
consumption seemed inevitable. when a
friend recommended New Discovery. We
tried it, and its me has restored him to per-
fect health." Dr. King's New Discovery is
is the King of throat and lang remedies. For
onghs sad colds it has no equal. The first
dose gives relief. Try it! Sold under atur-
antee atBanner Drug Store. 50e. and 1..00.
Trial bottle free.


WORLDWIDE AID FOR SAILORS
Representatives From Many Nations to
Attend Conference In New York.
Representatives from twelve nations
are bound for New York city to attend
a conference called by the American
Seamen's Friend society for Oct. 4
America will be represented by author-
iies on the Interests of seamen from
many of the society's branch stations
In the leading ports on both coasts.
The ways of the crimp, the boarding
master, the shipping agent and ship-
owner will be discussed by men who
have made a lifelong study of these
elements In the life of the sailor ashore.
The treatment of men In the navies a
well as the merchant marine will come
up for consideration, and efforts will
be made to perfect the orpgpiwtlon by
which the society Is aiming to keep In
touch with the shifting body of sail-
ore through their forty-five stations all
over the world.
From Great Britain is coming E. W.
Matthews, secretary of the British and
Foreign allows' soelety of London. -He
has Jut completed a tour of the world.
The problems of the sailor In Mediter-
ranean ports will be reported by T. J.
Irving. from Naples., where he hba
been an active worker for stranded
seamen. The Rev. Mr. Wollesen of the
society's station at Copenhagenh ba
already arrived. He will be followed
by other leading workers n the ports
of Germany, Holland and Sweden.
Representing the western hemisphere
are members of the American Sea-
men's Friend society from Montreal
down to Buenos Aires. Among the
cities are New Orleans, Gloucester.
Seattle, Norfolk, Galveston, Newport
News. Pensacola, Boston. Charleston.
Wilmington and Portland, Ore. The
experiment of the society's agents In
the ports of every seaboard state to
provide free shipping bureaus, suitable
accommodations, entertainment, bank-
nlg and outfitting facilities for seamen
will be discussed.


The Waist Buttoner.
Oh. sing. all ye husbands and overworked
ma ids
Who button up walsts In the back.
No matter what may be your ages and
grades.
Who button up waists In the back.
For now ia device there is coming to towli
Which will chase from your faces the
scowl and the frown
And the shirt wasted problem do up very
brown.
For it buttons up waistl in the back.
With one sweeping touch It will go at Its
work
And button up waists in the back.
Its labor it never will shuffle nor shirk
In buttoning up waists In the back.
Rut 'twill go at slim damsel or corpulent
da mo
As though It were playing a lightning
sklin game
And have In a jiffy neat fastened the
s.'nie.
Their walsts button. I upt i t;i h;'ack.
No more shall lilntus of wid'eni: l; spuce
In waists bllttonill utp in the bI;ck
The' h: ste of thle dres*,r in cruel p;::n.-
u-.s. trace'
A:hii buhttoning their waists in the
back.
And no m ore need stray p:ns a lover
alarm
When feeling entranced with a fair one's
sweet charm
lie puts with misgiving an embractlr
arm
Round the waist buttoned up In the
back.
-Josh Wink in Baltimore American.

DlhWiitt's Kidney aind llalddehr Pills are jiist
what you need snd what Vyolui huld gett right
away for aiin in theb hack. Iark'-rt.he. rhiel--
miatism. pains. atni a31 uriniary.ia I til.l<1ter
troubles Thousainlds of woe.ple stfrfr frulli
kidney and bladder tro' bl and ldo, not know
it. They think it is : cold or a -traini. I ,lii't

take any chances. (it t D Witt's Kidniy anid
Iliadd lr Pills. Tilcy are atitmiipti< :ailil
plroimptly soiuthe th pain. Don't fail to ini
.sit upon DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
Wv ,sell them. Sold1 ly itiulner Dr. Store.


TUBERCULOSIS COhGRESS.
Startling Plan to uhew Ceoamptile's
Revae in United tate.
A startling means of showing the
ravages consumption is making In the
United States will be adopted to con-
uection with the International tuber-
culeol congress at Washington. The
cenus- bureau will have In the Na-
tlonal museum building an electrical
device which will record by lashing
of a light the death rate from this
disease. That is to say, a light will be
flashed every time a death from the
white plague occurs in the United
States as computed from figures g-,th-
ered by the bureau.
This is the first time the Interna-
tional congress, which meets at inter-
vals of three years. has been held In
the United States. and much is expect-
ed of Its labors.
The exhibition is a graphic picture
of the work of world renowned scien-
tists in their fight to stamp out phthbisi
and to win back to health and h:appl-
ness a multitude of afflicted who must
perish but for this relief.
The federal exhibit and that of most
of the states have been arranged advan-
tageously and are most creditable.
Cuba. Germany and Sweden bare no-
ticeable exhibits.
New York's exhibit is in the center
of the main group of states. It is ad-
mittedly one of the most striking of
the congress, because it shows bow
unceasing has been the fight to stay
the advance of a disease which men-
aces a population as big In the me-
tropolis alone as that in some states.
A feature of New York's exhibit Is
that sent to Washington by the Charity
Organization society, in charge of Law-
rence Veller. director, the author of
a modern tenement house law that is
fast ridding the chief city of the new
world of a condition that Is admittedly
the chief breeding ground of this dis-
ease enemy-the slum.
Of equal Interest in the New York
space is the exhibit showing the ad-
vance made In teu years toward giving
the tenement dwellers sanitary homes.
wherein. Instead of sordidness and dis-
ease. light air and healthful surround-
ings can be had.
The Nathan Straus milk pasteuriza-
tion exhibit will receive much attention
from the delegates to the congress, be-
cause for years milk has been regard-
ed as one of the greatest mediums for
the transmission of the bacilli of tuber-
culosis. The exhibit Is in charge of
Miss J. R. Hen of New York.


Cold Weather Advice
to all is to beware of coughs and colds on the
chest; as neglected they readily lead to con-
sumption, pneumonia or other pulmonary
troubles. Just as soon as the couch appears
treat it with Ballard's Horehound Syrup the
standard cure of America. Use as directed-
perfectly harmlea. A c re and preventive
for all dilteass of the lungs. Price 2c, Oc
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Titusville
Pharmacy and Banner )rug Store.
Red Tape In Russia.
Duties of newspaper correspondents
in Russia are not light. In Revel, for
instance, a Journalist had to get per-
mission from five different police au-
thorities before he could work unmo-
lested-the secret police. the ministry
of the interior police, the gendarmes.
the palace police, the Itevel police.
Each police official icts independently.
so as to Iake the confusion as coml-
plete as possible. One of the first pre-
cautionary measures adopted by the
Iussian police was to photograph the
special correspondent iand circulate his
portrait among the police authorities.
lie was then enclrclehd by a cor'do of
secret police of both sexes, who kept
up a vigilant esplonliim. lie was kept
perfectly free to do his worst.

More Than Enough Is Too Much
To liinintaini health. : ii:ituiire mniit or woo-
ia: ii t leesl. just liociighli i. to repair tilt-
waL'tl andl i .pply eniter).v :iyial Ie lly li; at. The
h:a ititilal Wlcoiu ilulpU i ict' iio i t. i l tl:ain i.,
i-lit-re..l ry flr these piiimi i- tit-. rimui
c;. Irc o 1 stoii(.ich troulles. rliiinutiili ;iia li
i -,irdle s ol tlilt.e kidnllie y If traili'ed with
inlin hti in. r,.vi-,. yV r ,i> t. i,-t rai.son iiawl
n11t ;il.'- etite cll itriol l iia t .kl-i Ilew ldosI,..
c'hanlii rlalin'.- ,St-iiioa.h i: : l Liv-r l:Taklhi
;itil yii wYl, .il% 4< i be aill r t : 'li i "',r
.ale ly T a.it vihll lihariim.ey.

Social Distinctions.
At Uioie)iiit..,,. . 'mnt oildd
men t miiiplo',tyedi oni :i C i .e .i .ia:i fur
a niew li;l, ,i si p,1ji I -.i '.. ii r lilli0"h
ca ll ;>! i 1 ii h. 1i ,1 i..i :. .1- :. l iii

t;':! *il into i' ttl';'. i.'l I "> i .-|r; .!- v
be feinm .i tlIh tl Ihi reI -, i f,,a t i'. liti
iishli n .t s w\ ; l l.t'i'. ij. ;; ti..; ;ms i. C
Ihll tel e.'r ed us iii .. a c > f; lIr''.
or ir-i' .:'iii < \\ i li ,ll it . ,.. .i i..,i
w'itllh el., im ,el,. >h-! t .ll : \ :.! l -', .r*!
"Yon I'.'ll*.ow s Il, Hi't e'.i ; I',, \,r'
g "No." said their tope.r:il<"r ,i :i -.ineall
drill; "wt dlui't tmix while on L .ai:)!. -it
any rate. Suwielow each fellow nalt-


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Ofen you want at in a kI
in some room inthe houa e
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---w To MOROI-
anuInd Iato Wt1s
.Mnuy town and
iUHb B oaw hoeles
attotn of bott
alte rest oasers 0o
-'ea of forest wealth
a .a" Up to the yesl
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Minister (to Flosslei-And do you al-
ways do as mamma tells you?
Flossic-You bet i do-and so does
papa.-C'hicago News.
Doctor-Now. nty little man. put your
tongue r-i-g-hl-t out this time.
Little au-1-i c:l't. It's stulek at the
other end.--I.aruon (Opinion.
If .yol preo'inep to I,' :it :i ertilin
plane at a e<'rt:iin time. atc thvre, or
send a note that you can't go.-Atch
lson Globe.
"Are you fond of onter::iining call-
ers',-" "Yos." ans ,-cril thi, l;ly ad--
dre.ssot "Iiit rfe of mr inet :Iar. Ih!:tt v:t-
riety."- Louisvilfile ("ouri'r .I.ru. n:Il.
Mir. iPhns .r-<'yvnihin. I i:ie o joined
a Tion't W'.rrvy liih-. M'rs P1h': Ser-
T'm sorry for th'e 'lin It '" il l:' -.e to,
change Its nirinwr P.eoton Tr:!icIr.
Te iacher 1ii v. \ :!t i- t!;>. ni:!P or
the- t'( th \\ '' I:'.
V ili! 'il I-':;il-r t-,fth I. :.i !.: !I

"Do .you eiv ywir v vi'.' ;i : ; o :';I*c'.
or doe' "h.li ; :ri:! y'ol for ioonefvy vwhen
selio wint< it'll"
"Rot*l."-I 'lovcland (l .*:llor.





Tuft'sPills
stimulate the TORPID LIVER,
strengthen the digestive organs,
regulate the bowels, and are un-
equaled as an
ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICItE,
In malarial districts thircirtues
are widely recognized, ai thev pos.
sess peculiar properties in freeing
the system from that poison. El.-
gantly sugar coated.
Take No Substitute.


Fj S5EEDS
SlPForfresh-
Soness,purityandreli.
a*iliitys.'tr'seeFs
are in a clas b them.
selves. Farmers
Shav confidence
In them herana


DIARRHOEA
There is no need of anyone s ifer-
ing long with this disease, foi to
effect a quick cure it is only neces-
sary to take a few doses of

Chamberlain's

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In fact, in most cases one dose is
sufficient. It never fails and can be
relied upon in the most severe and
dangerous cases. It is equally val-
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ut saving the lives oe many children
each year.
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aslow a you like bass fontholds 4 quarts d i
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A Wiy Rete .
wmea eaeisimsg the relatve pa.
difte a vitas eouatrti as msteal
ea .& OmGaIsy seemed to have the
mle atVesue euh to 1the evidet d.
lealr m Oee exeitabe Italian, who
wihla ibb eva eaCtry to carry of
the pal Ibtly turnnag out the
met cIMlels and has always turned
the m sMt." he Cred.
"AecI" melae ed a Qerman present
Oa y t lae dem"- a
ewrlIg the Daughter.
As -ees u a baby r makes her
Qdvtet Into a German bome the par-
4to lay the foundation of her dowry
y s ttil asld. according to their
m-ea. m or mes articles of house-
held Unae. ti they tcrema year by
wear until their daahter's marriage
day, wm ashe Is thus able to take
with ber to her new home a well
eodked linen chest
Quite Simpl.
Polee O dal-Any dews to that
mpatrsls mearder?
Detectve--Ye s air; rTe arrested all
the living members of the family.
OSlal-Olorioos! What evidence
have you?
Dsetctive-When I accused them of
the murder some of them turned whit
ad some turned red. Now, all we
have to do I to find out which color
meaNs gillt
So Kindl
Latewed-TYor brother Is such a con-
dMerate boy. my dbar. Mrs. Latewed
(susplclously)-Why. pet? Latewed-
Why, 1 asked him up to dinner this
morning, and he wanted to know if
we had a cook, and when I told him
you did the cooking with your own
sweet hands he absolutely refused to
come for fear It would make you extra
work.-Kanss City Independent.
Earth and Ooean.
The superfical area of the globe
sl about 197,000,000 square miles.
some three-quarters of which, about
140.000,000 square miles, is covered
by sea. The average depth of this
enormous extent of sea (reckoning In
the various gulfs and bays) Is about
2.000 fathoms. The greatest depth Is
In the north PaIlflc ocean, 4,575 fath-
oms. not quite five and a quarter
miles.-New York American.
Audience Saved.
The audience was rushing for the
exits.
"Shall I sing?" cried the hysterical
near soprano.
"No." replied the manager. "It
would only add to the terror."
Lat. on it was learned that all of
the eleven people in the auditorium
had reached the sidewalk in safety.--
(leveland Plain Dealer.
The Meanest Man Again.
The Herald has discovered the miean-
eSt man in Salethn, The catn disturlred
his sluimbers. and to get rid of theila lie
offered a reward of Z0& cents for every
cat staclp. A boy de~stroyd niiuc of his
sleel disturl'ers autd brought the scalpsI
to the Ui.ii for the reward. lie was
paid hlt ..0 .Ints. however, uis the Ilat
claimed ll:ht ;ea; li *ut hlis t iilt' lives,
:snd thleine sc :illl~ lii iht all hli.it It nii
from thile sanie eat. -TIpelka ( 'aiitail.
Weeds.


Old I'lger-I've got a letter from,
ly sonu out west. Golfn-So? What's
Tomu dciiig now? Old Folger-Thalt'.
what I et''t make out. lie says lt is
etlgalgtqd ill the dtstructihi of \\c'ds.
Now. that may mwean lie's smoking ;
;:Iod imanly cigars or that he is trying,
to Iniduce some widow to make a sec
oud venture, or It may simply mean
that he Is doing farm work.-Bostou
Transcript.
Hang It All.
The village carpenter had given so
generously of his services and sound
advice toward rebuilding the school
that when it was completed the vil-
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rta pa a e said that
t We ke Im ly t tar t


to "at Jack Bunt' "-La-

Maamma- ava't I told you time
ad agal that childreM n would he
seem and aet bamd?
il-o-s, ma'am.
Mamma-T-ha why do you talk s
muh?
Mlea-I doo't know. amma unless
I taherited my talt--xehange.
flub-But If you lle the young fel-
low. Kate, why do you object to our
daughter marrying him?
Wie-Oh, she'll marry him for all
that. but I want to give her a chance
to say when they quarrel that "mother
didn't want me to marry you, any-
way."-Boston Transcript
"I noticed, Ella, that you were eat-
ing your pudding far too fast. There
was once a little boy who choked
through donlg that-before he had fin-
ished his pudding even."
"And what did they do with the rest
of the poddlng he left. aunty?"-Lon-
don Telegraph.
Alice, aged four, on the arrival of
her favorable aunt, said, "Now, Aunt
Mary. do make yourself t boe while
you are here."
Her aunt replied. "What must I do
to make myself at home?'
Little Alice said. "Pitch Innd help
mamma work."-Delineator.
"Papa," said the bright boy. "has the
teacher any right to punish me for
what I haven't done?"
"Certainly not. my boy." replied the
father.
"Well, that's what happened to me
today. He punished -me because 1
hadn't done my lessons."
"You are certain you were crazy
when you fired the fatal shot?"'
"Yes, air."
"Then what makes you think you are
sane nowr
"Why. the fact that I understand
how fortunate It was to have been In-
sane at the psychological moment."
Employer-Are you addicted to the
use of Intoxicating liquors?
Applicant-No, sir. I drink a glass of
beer occasionally.
Employer-How often do you call oc-
casionally?
Applicant-Only when I am alone or
with some one, sir!
Two men met In the street, and one
Said to the other. "Why are you not
working. Jones?"
"Well. do you see," said Jones, "I
work ait a place putting spots on dlouil-
nsi. and I am playing ttl;iy because
they are making uotlhing Iat double
blanks!"
On the roof of a brewery at Maid-
stone Is one of the most r,'iiuarkahle
vanes itn England. It represents an old
bro\\wn jug and glass. The ju?. which
Is iIIale of copper. stands thl're' fit'et six
inch'les in height ;nul is three feet inl
dlihntter atnd capable of hoihling 10S
Sillous.
Of thirty-live tars shown in :i "'lag,
of ;ill Lun-tions" supplement to a .o11ndo1
wveekly in 1S.'S elelen have disalip'ear-
eI, .l aimolong thltein tihos.e of tlhe Iast iidliaI
t',i:ipilny, the iiiiin l l:imlds, Ituscan.ty.
Naples, the states of lie church, tlie
lussi:t ln-.Ainerlca'n ('co4iiipai.v :anl Sur-
dihia.
Young Lady-I should like to elm-
broider a nice pair of slilppers as a
birthday present for my unt. Shop-
nman-We happen to le Iitie lot of
netw patterUs just jnow. Voulllin't


something, else do )as wl &l*.
Lal ,I e'riiai a cNga r cazse. -Stray


amitioik. its .a luxury tooiihave im''lihii-u
tuto ta'l 1-11m~ t junE huill it Ilall11vinh %% 1'..1i
Illy it ait'llsS llede% ,I*a1 ~' cl11tit, 'N ic it

Sif I hea:r (t If 1113. 11ile Suit( 11 sc:1tiala lias
~ ae'ii~I sha;~llwrite it) %our niui'lier'r-
4 c~liicuga iilile





Il mira- Whly are y3ia.i;lway~ ts cil


Lo- ai ttracetiveC Just 1lovcauilIt' we'I '':aat'
4'ig:I~tt411ld yaaii: I t'taIne' No). witi!v%
i~te ly. I'm Iditli 1'?u.uahz.i I !t;11 I
-*%-;s (m?13y imazininher of' :mi uuuhl-vi-w ti-i.-
TheArbi aphbe lastvil%









4 d ilieofren tly. a ctcord i g :as i t s a iidl,
- alone or, in vi-iiti tittil ill thi
I -


*M" 60 I weete a N r owea
[i*. *K wHiS a a M.m "oiw



aame atows that samesd rse1teg a
the papr dMat priat a IM."
"Did yJo a1 yeaur wmM
*Certalmtly -At! Dye thtk r a
champr-Kinasa City Ikdepedet
MeFemmed's Defe.
Some of the oMer historians tael as
that Ubhamm-d het dove which he
used to fesd with wheat aot tof
ear. *Whb the dove was hungry It
usd to alight o th prophet's ahol-
der and thrst Its bill iato his ear to
find Ita meaL Mhamand. It Is sald
thus led the Arabs to believe that the
bird was a -Maseo r fom God with
spared truth for hlm.-New York
American.


Myserseas Language.
Witbomt stopping to discus whether
legal phraseology is not at least a
cryptic as that u0ed by doctor or In-
sisting oa the fact that every science
must have what the tollers In other
felds of Intellectual labor call a "jar-
noa" of Its own we rely admit that
there Ins medical terminology a good
dal not only of bad Greek, but of
endless mystery. British Medleal
feurnal.
*Audible Writing"
The hiring of a special teacher of
penmanship for the public school of
Blanktown was consideredby some of
the more conservative patrons an un-
necessary and altogether extravagant
mnovation. But when in the interests
of expert wrist and finger motion con-
siderable time and stationery were con-
sumed, In the practice of certain spiral
flourishes to which the delighted chil-
dren gave the name of "smoke" for-
bearance on the part of one Irate moth-
er ceased to be a virtue, and she enter-
ed her protest in the following note to
the writing master:
"Dere 8ur our taxis la bevy enuff to
support you when you tend to bisness
let alone spending your time on Frils
an Furbelows so I say jest you teach
my boy good Audibul rttin uin If we
want any Smoke we can lern It to him
at home. Yours respeckfuly. Mrs Jane
Brown."-Woman's Home Companion.
Get Fat In Hospital.
Everybody said they never heard of
such a thing as a person getting so fat
when done up in a plaster cast that
the old cast had to be taken off and a
new one fitted on to give the patient a
chance to grow. but the doctor declared
that the occurrence was by no means
phenomenal. Many illnesses do not
result In emaciation, especially down
In this part of town," he said. "Scores
of poorly fed patients that are brought
,to the hospital in a skinny condition
take on flesh amazingly while under
treatment. This Is especially notice-
able in the case of an accident where a
plaster cast Is necessary. Then the
arm, the leg, the body even, that is
thus incased increases in size under
hospital fare until the patient is in
positive pain from the pressure and
has to be relieved with a larger cast."
-New York Press.
A Crab and a Cigarette.
"Give a crab a cigarette and he'll
smoke himself to death."
The speaker to.make good his words
took a huge crab from the basket in
the bottom of the boat. lIe stuck a
cigarette tight in the crab's narrow
slit of a mouth. Then he lit the endl.
"Watch," he snid. with a cruel swile.
The crab, to rid himself of the hate-
fuil mouthful. exhaled strongly. The-t.
a~-cording to the laws of nature. lie
inhaled. lie exhaled again. Again he
inh:led. Thick clouds of smoke rolled
I l'th, but thicker oneis remuainued iii
tilh. hapless crattre's Ili Th,
,'ii:art'tl e ,llllt fre and fast.
*"So l'I! kl*Nmp on." s:ild the enriill e
[p."*iuienter. "s.' okinl like :a gainll till he ,li's."
RBut t this point one of Ith. ti her-
ii'n t i dl pity a;i the cr:tab :iti'l thH e ".i...,,tt, "'r', 'i 'ts ton'!th .-New
Orleans Ti 'tes-I o1 u'ner:t it.

A Shining Mark.
A la l '. g:i, ,n -ly ,t'rr *',': :t-.l \\\''\ ;
,,,rn o h ,r to,,. \\ ;,,Ivil-,-, !," ,, .,"
te.r t frit h"d It, ;" i'tl it .\\ .l I .'1 -; : a
il- \ hi -l : i t t, ,.,,. .:., ,. t.
:i t fla l'ain'o t, t,..; i li r lI ;:- '. ",' .:'
r*-tirin e :;t I ii t it l i -t i ":'.i J"
,,* i t l "'*," :- '. 1.' 1 : '. n ; l

f ,.,t ,t' th," I,',!. Il !..vi nr" i. .r", .
a lir l ;al- ::1 :.i ,' 1 "' r a'l n '.,
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*ii a I a \.1 2 a K n .ht 2 !
elaat!ia.o li l iis'c.-arer '. li;!z 1f, ~ &z''!:i
i!i-, iii a c. rtua'r eaf the. *'ra hilut -!io.-
h Iad gait rid --t t ha~ut p'Ii' slara t e'd -urni.
I -Loidon Grapllhic.

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Aflown. tede flsiv you In ~Y
All Countrfeits, Imitatlema3 md "Jint~es.g.d' aro 3
e*-Mtn tbA trew it hMd A lugr the healt at
infants and m-Uxpenhma- pgalm Hapw-


What Is CASTORIA
(Mtorsa bo harmlesm sbstitNte fbr C tr 01, M
gorie, Drops and Soothina Syrups. It Is Palas m IS
emtains neither Oplim, Morphine nor other g-te
sbtace. Its age Is its guarante. It aestrs Wvm
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarr s afmd W
Cole. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures CoMyt-UMs
and Flatuleacy. It asamilatea the Food, reqamuht ts
Stoameh and Bowels, giving healthy and matMr d "
'bLb Children's Pansce-The Mother's Frisde .*

GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

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In Use For Over 30 Years.
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SSporting Goods
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL


THE H.& W. B. DREW CO.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The Trade supplied at the same wholesale prices
f. o. b. Jacksonville as charged by Spaulding on ship-
ments from New York. Save the freight
Send for Catalogue

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is al.I tdpAi.'iA t frot b.th-everal station.t: but their arrival or departure &t the tins"-
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*6l tn at! others are. The
npot t home; the bankt.
*ds ri wiothe teline
i mod Wm W found guilty.
lwM the: "p I am not go.
m'l id th o prison, Ideer-
Mi l am mad oSunday ht oo
Sbm t ott -two Sundays. and
H Ur m mmear ts resupondble for
4r'ybbe dacia'rried out.
i t~toU H my biruhe. to cady not

iT llowia up the directionwhen from
S wtliadiea d otae we n. The
~i;s =e t at home; the bank
i f the unuf stores, the liverym
:"w J d. What hds ha pened?The
im M, and the aroe mrefurs the de-
beio patrol d the mas boat man are
e. M r $of thdr uaisl phhad. I see
k, o iln r ho revar eeded en pany
blb btM. He rushes to watch his
tr vd lowing up the direction from
\wther ladies camwe we Aind the
*o .of the unusual excitement.



se. After several pills turned
a aoom o ur on the down town


are locomotive d and breaking of
chai etc.by the ars w ere pulled
:;' ` nm right up against the head-post,
-nodging it into Brevard avenue and
towing up the track for some dis
trm. After several pulsi by the
P lIoomotive and breaking of
das.ja etc., the cars were pulled
back into place and Cocoa resumed
its usual quiet.


For Sore Post
hI ave h d Buckleno' Arnica Salve t) he
thepepr tlul to use forsure fet, asu well
SM elr kbarsg o, mores, uta, nod all man-
ser of lIt rs" writes Mr. W. Stone. of
* hPmlea Me. It is the proper thing. too,.
hr pOr. Try it! Sold under guarantee at
Bamnt Dm Steore. 5c.
Obeepast aeldeut iaimaece.Dr. Thorns'
EletreOilO. eps the paia and heals the
woand. Alldr ists oll it.
SBORIGIANA


Roy Saulisbury and brother spent
last week at Georgiana.
F. W. Munson is doing up the
mowing in the north end of town
this week.
Mr. Peter Wittfeld is getting the
Bond place leaned up for the win-
ter. The family will probably be
down early.
Mf Maggie Carter will open our
acmool next week. The child sn are
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:'" Take Cold
S. Sma. Oae way is O pay nmo aeadson Mtrds CLnslP .__,...
low, 4uL , ,,o k a leo sot u ntilit ado-kra
MdNi hM., a sdmsW em. velope lao pnacumonal, or
-" up et na ol, a.d Mr. Wptt brobledds, or pleurisy. Aa-
ndler and fmly, of Artesa, oh way A to ak your doc- GER
were WaoPresent. tor about Aycr's Cherry Pec- BN
Reports of a gale reded Georgi.- mwa If he uys, The best LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIi '
a Tuesday, and Mr. Hall took the thg or olds, tha take it. Exchange bought and sold on all foreign country. P ai '
large boat, Lea, round into Honey- Do a be ys, ayway. appreciate, prompt service, polite treatent, ad
moon lake. For years it has been w. e . OS m favor consistent with conservative beankig grated
har work to keep the canal ope t t OB PONDE T-Empr T- orust Comp y, r Broadway, New York Cit The A
ork to keep the Canal open to lantie National Bank of Jacknville, Jacsoooville, Florida.
allow rowboats pam into the FLORIDA.
,butthe water s so high now TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
they have no trouble entering. A th rsb .r" cMstipdm .1 E. "d' A- BR oD
heay blow now would do some dam- ss -s-bt=we- a rbed m te E. L. BRADY & BR
age to docks and water fronts. bloodlstad ealbei daily rM ed e
thisd a d.=*.. dsas Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products
I hL the cond of the bowel. Ayers Pils. We handle produceof all kinds. We are aent for Maps' Fertilise. We d lively
(apNd skm whether o the hidsor -MsOo a .O.AO.r I.MM- in the above lines of goods.andsolicit the trade of all comers. Write a for priesoon
oeay be rd s aom ni ht by appIinS Ga Oinsad all Grocerei delivered at your station. L. BRADY & BBO..TTUsVur.. FA.
-~a i& brela's d s elvlde For lebq divers there wrongs to te said Jones
m"'I -Md" id rmith shoots Jou nand INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
"I n aed haibitua lly from omn tlo. Is lucky enough not to kill him the
Dmo ls. rlev.d uad re" lbened appropriate Jndlctment must not only STAPLE A D CY G OC RIES
mehstes."eA. Lavish, apocer, SuIphur describe the shooting and the wounds,
sprlaTs but must be careful to allege that the -- at Coontqitive Prioes
gun "was then and there loaded with GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, C0 P GD ASE, 0 'Z0.
BAU ATTAr E gunpowder and divers leaden bullets." A
L R s -London Bystander. ALLENHURST (UFLALOB CUAL
L. & Roe spent Saturday and Was Ordere. f oruICE ADDESS-- s USvsLLE
Sunday in tuaviUe. In the biography of Prince Bismarek D H. SPELL D. . PELL, eored Pharm st
Major Jordan was taken ill quite it Ia said that when be was minlater at
suddeny on Tuesday. St. Petersburg be was walking one
W. H. H. Gleson spent a few days morning In the summer 'garden and
this week at Titusville. met the ar. who Invited him to Join
him.
Mrs. H. U. Hodgson will entertain Presently Blsoarck noticed a sentry Titue, Flo
the Guild nextTuesdayafternoon, stationed In the middle of a large Titusille,Flrida
Mr. Roberts arrived last week and gra plot and asked the aid-de-camp FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
why, who in turn Inoquired of the sen-
has charge of the planer at the Edge try. PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Etc.
& Co. sawmill. "It Is ordered." was the sentry' bef Soda W after and Ice Cream
Mr. Delk was suddenly called to reply.
hihomeery omcll gave the same anwer. Fresh P re D gs and Ohemioal
h hoe at k Hill Mo yI by te "It s ordered." but nobody knew by
Illness of his mother, whom. A entry had always stood Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
r.. J. M. Romiter and children guard In the middle of that innocent haven't n stock
*rrieFriday from a summer out- ura plot. The arnebves were seareb-
Sm a sm r ed, but In vain. At last an aged ofela, o
ing in North Carolina. was found who had been told by his

turned home Saturday from a visit on e a nowdrop ready to bloom Lo Pri es for L uber
In the spot and bad ordered a sentry to
with relatives at Jasper. stand guard and allow no one to pluck
Dr. J. Edward Urich arrived with it For more than a century the watch TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.
his boDentosudayand is now hdeen ainai neder ecot a Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
located at Harrisons wharf. of dlioleying the order or of question- ough Framing $
The storm flag has been up for hi: tbe reason why the order had been Frming dressed four sidesa15
several days, giving every one warn- B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding, 2M
B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding
ing of an approaching storm. She Likes Good Things No. 1 Com. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 15.0
A Sunday school rally day program Mr. cs. R. Smith. of West Fraklin,M No. 2 Com. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding N1.
will be rendered at St. Paul's M. E. ays: "I like good thinp ad have adopted Door and Window Casin and Finish'gMaterial, dressed 4 sides A
I Dr. King's New Life Pis as our family Shething, dressed one side 10.
church on the second Sunday morn- tive medicine, base they are goo d do Te above prices are for carload lot f. o. b. mill,Titusville, Fla.
I theirwork without making a fua bout It" PROMPT SHIPMENT
in" Tbhse pinime parifien old at Banner Drug ___ .
Miass Italy Keith and brother, Ro- 8tore- e .
coe, left Monday night for Lake City,
where they will attend Columbia fEast (oat Neat IarPet
college. '. a hi to
Misses Carrie Shave and Bessie o. F. DRUIO ABIIET
Hodgson left Monday for DeLand, 000 Cash- 50000 in Stock
where they will enter Stetson Uni-
versity for the school term. Florida uad a... cd,. ,. c. ... ,o,
Mr. Sherman Singleton was taken /- acurro Ir d heW sternly Jnh t the worl- -_ B t
*ii -1-1 i oannlual Pyn IV / thja a er of r rad e by the eorU, tt -I .
ill very suddenly on Sunday and car- c
tried to Cocoa for treatment. He is "'NE ~5 B.
convalescing at this writing. eC'
Miss Ida Powell, of North Caro- Of Best
lina, is expected to arrive here next ll i .
week. Miss Powell is a graduate in World's Bicycle


music and will have a class here this iTU.BVILL", FLORIDA '
winter.
Tortuous Statutory Indictments. 0. A. STEW ART 1has le pressure on its crank hanger bearings, therefore pushes easier and with loe
Suppose an old woman steals u lhg energy than any ordinary bicycle. The acme of easy oot power is obtained in the
of mutton. If the indlctmeut merely -0 e Recycle.
fyY tha~t se stol. it Ift he iud ust *I i a1908 Models are built with drop forged steel heads. crowns, and seat poet clusters.
S that she stole it sheu nd frames made of the highest grade seamless English cold drawn stl tubing.
,quitted It wust further staue 'that making Ra.yclea as nearly mon-breaiable as money, material and workmanship will
she the said leg of mutton did take permit. Racycles are shipped all over the world, because of their reputation for
aud carry away." even though, in fact. durability and easy running.
she was caught before bse had time to -o*SEE te
do anythingl of the kind. Com.* *.d SEE the R.crcle ,nd set a FREE
do aniythig of the kind. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA copy of T7he Three Re..... end 19086 C&Lalam
It Smith assaults Joues it is uo; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA copy :f Th. Ro.." and 190o C*lo
enough for the iudictment to say so Racycles Sold by
or eveu that he "did it.b wouud aHln I represent some of the leading In R if M usic H ouse
ill treat" him. It must say all t hese companies of the world and any Indian R river H house
thigs and also that "the said it business entrusted to me will re-
SEED S ceive prompt andcareful attention Titusvlle, Florida
Blckbee's "Pull of Life" Northern Grown
Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 3 years ol s Graha
tuccesdul seed growing behind them. It pays to
plant the best. Ri &aC e7X m .......El
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