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 9, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00670
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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egance is most often found at the
expne of u. and easy footwer Prl Prnga Ib
makes you thin of shabb oldsboes. 'W -V" -

ra tD af kids of schoolD

A report a loy time ad large
sr.Udt at tme danCe in the opera l. evening. .
Xr. and Mrs. Kole and d hter
Lem are, expectedto return oim
frm New York na t week.

Mo Mabel Schuyter, of Jaenae,
*"rivd afew daysago masbort
*. t tW her young friend, Mn. P. H.
Mm A. W. Buae arrived from Jack-
soavle lt Saturday night for a vi-
wth relatives here and in La-

.ra. and Mrs, H Gaye of Phia-
dialp topped o hew Tesday
tr wayto their winter heme at
Port Pierce,
For boys school sitsl trousers,
soe, maonsew, hats and complete
tit, betgoods at the right pries,
caD at Braimni 's.
Mrs. J. miller and daughter ar-
rived from Chicago the early part of
the week and now the doctor wears
S that p-lat mile again.
SA. P. Canova ha opened a room-
ing oe at 11041 Prankln street,
Tampa, and will be eaed to receive
the patnoage of a friends.
Mr. G. L. Swindle, of Valdosta,
Gas, whoownsan orange grove in
the Turabull hammock, was among
I the guts at Palmhurst the first of
| thiiWe
Judge M. 8. Jones went to Miami
thefirstof theweekto holddircuit
court to try several murder cases
and ao dispose of eases on both the
civil and criminal dockets.

Mw Fanis Eada Feaster is the
nae of a lovely young lady of ten-
der gea who arrived to brighten the
lives of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome T.
easter, in Miami, Saturday morn-
iag, October 3rd.
Mi L. P. Grace, of Citroelle,
Fl, third aistant on our school
force, tended her resignation to
the school board Tuesday and expects
to leave today or tomor ow for her
home. We have not as yet learned
who her wsuceaor will be.

Mim Susie Teeter returned from
Aredia Sunday afternoon via Palat-
ka, where she was called last week
by the death ofher sister, Mrs. Reed.
During Mis Teeter's absence Miss
Susie Gladwin had charge ,f her
claes in the public school.
Mr. F. C. Gifford and family, of
Vero, arrived in Titusville Monday
via the Clyde St Johns river line,
and left that afternoon for their
home after spending about two
months very pleasantly in New York,
Connecticut and Vermont. THE
STAR acknowledges a pleasant call.
The plant of the Titusville Ice &
Bottling Co. started up making ice
last week after a thorough overhaul-
ingand renewal of many of the parts.
The proprietors, Messrs. Ford & Van
De Veer, are making an excellent
quality of ice. The first cake drawn
from the plant was furnished to Mr.
G. F. Duren.
Sterling Leased to Mr. Johnston
Mr. I. N. Johnston, of Palmhurst

informs us that having purchased
the furnishings of the Sterling from
Mr. P. G. Walton, the Sterling will
be opened in connection with the
Palmhurst about the 15th inst., the
two to be run under Mr. Johnston's

TheCRO$fiE I hpByuombbi.
ni oodis* st dinea and sare
Loo-<> from te wrvy iuat.
Come in and look at them. Try a
pair on. You will be quickly con-
vinced that this is the shoe which
"Makes Ufe's Walk Easy." *
The price of the Croestt is only
hih enough to safely clear the Cros-
sett quality.
Reemem r, our reputation is bound
up in every pair of shoes we sell.
Headquarters for Style and Value.
Titsville, Florida.

The Florida Orange Crop
FRm the New York Packer of Oct ard.

After obtaining reports from about
2,000 growers and shippers of Flori-
da oranges and grapefruit, many of
these reports appearing in this week's
issue of The Packer, it looks as
though the Florida crop will exceed
4,000,000 boxes this year. It may
I reach 4,600,000 boxes. According to
The Packer's report the fruit was
never in finer shape. It is as a rule
clean and solid. All information
points to a fair movement through-
out the season. Many of those re-
porting to The Packer are of the
opinion that there will be a good de-
mand for the fruit until next spring
because of it fine quality.
Buyers ar bidding 75c. as a rule
for the fruit on the trees and the
rowers are asking $1. Some sales
have been made at 75 to 80c. Of
course, in the' Indian river sections
the orange are -worth more. At
other points, for instance in sections
where packing houses are handy and
shipping stations near, some buyers
are paying $1 a box straight on the
trees. A great deal of business has
been done at this figure.

Launch Hull for Sale
20 feet long, 4 feet beam, makes
10 miles an hour with 31 h. p. motor.
Apply to J. L. Carver, Titusville.
Motor Boating KEperience
Mr. D. K. Beath, of Gulf Refining
Co., Atlanta, in company with their
local agent, F. A. Morgan, and D. B.
Pritchard, went to Clifton in the
launch Friday on Tuesday. Before
arriving at the canal their gasoline
gave out and they had to anchor at
10 a. m. and waited until about 5
p.m. to get a tow to Clifton. Then
with a supply of gasoline the motor
refused to work and B. W. Watton
brought the party back about 8 p. m.
Considering the rainy and squally
weather the'outing was anything
but an enjoyable one.
P. J. Hall to Rebuild County Jail
The board of county commissioners
awarded the contract for rebuilding
the county jail Tuesday to P. J. Hall
for the sum of $3465. Work will be
commenced at once and the contrac-
tor has until the first of February to
complete the work.
Church Notes
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
day morning, Oct. Ilth, at 11, and
in St. Marks church. Cocoa, on Sun-
day evening at 7:30. Everybody is
cordially invited.
Registration Notice
The registration books for the
town of Titusville are now open at
the residence of the undersigned, and
will be kept open until next Friday.
the 16th inst., for registering voters
for the coming municipal election.
Town Clerk.

Orange and Granefruit Trees



TnIruI ir TIM

Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
Miss Nellie.Kent, of Jacksonville,
was registered at Palmhurst Monday.
Everyone will be glad to learn that
Capt. C. F Fscher issome better this
Rev. A. J. Wilder, of Daytona, vis-
ited his friend Dean Robottom, the
first of this week.
Citrus trees grown on high pine
land. Address Indian River Nur-
series, Toledo, Florida.
Mr. Chas. D. Provost, general mer-
chant of Georgiana, spent a part of
Sunday and Monday in Titusville.
Mr. Carl C. Curtiss was in town the
first of the week from Palatka on a
short visit to Mrs. Curtiss and Miss
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Utley returned
from the north Wednesday after-
noon. Their friends are glad to see
them back again.
Mr. Cunningham, who has been lo-
cated at this place and Mims for sev-
eral months past, left last Friday for
Jacksonville and Starke, in Bradford.
Our line of ladies' and misses shoes
in all the season's correct style s are
here waiting for you, as usup, the
best at the most reasonable prices,
at Brannings.
Mr. W. A. Snow, of Atlanta, was
a passenger on the southbound train
Wednesday to Cocoa where he has
pecepted a position on The News for
the coming season.

Mrs. ~. I.Purdy and daughter,
of Daytona, former residents of TI-
tusville, returned to the Fountain
City last week from New York, where
they spent the summer.
Mr. R. B. LaRoche, of Cocoa, spent
several days in Titusville this week
conferring with orange buyers. Mr.
LaRoche will have close to 5,000 boxes
of fruit this season on his grove at
Cornelius Christiancy has resigned
his position as traveling salesman for
theC. W. Bartleson Co., effective the
first of this month and will hereafter
devote his time to looking after his
orange grove interests at Port Or-
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bessey were
among the passengers on the south-
bound train last Friday returning to
their lovely home at Stuart after
spending the greater part of the sum-
mer in Ohio, Tennessee and Michi-
Mr. Geo. Nauman, formerly of this
place, who has been stationed as as-
sistant in the light house at St. Simon
Mills, Ga., for the past year, has re-
cently been transferred as assistant
to the keeper at Jupiter light house,
and has already assumed his duties
at that post, the change being a very
pleasant and agreeable one for Mr.
Municipal Nominations

Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

Baqls I Ia IvIr- 3----O
MONDAY, OCT. 12, 1908.
Ladies' tailormade shirtwaist suits
made of a good quality of linen cham-
bray, waist handsomely embroidered
and well worth $5.00, special Monday
for "9.
Another lot made of Manchester
cambric, waist has two rows of lace
insertion and lace yoke, skirt has two
rows of lace insertion and belt to
match, worth $5.00 for $3.29.
We have just received another lot
of Manchester cambric with Persian
band borders, 36 inches wide, spec-
iall suited for ladies' shirtwaist suits
an children's dresses, special Mon-
day for 15 cents per yard.
Natural colored linen, worth 40
cents per yard, 30 inches wide, spec-
ial Monday for 29 cents.
Another lot worth 35 cents per
yard, special Monday for 25 cents.
A good quality of bleaching, 36
inches wide, special Monday 12 yards
for $1.4.
Lonsdale domestic, 36 inches wide,
worth 121 cents, special Monday for
Is cents.
An excellent quality of unbleached
domestic, 36 inches wide, worth 10
cents a yard, special Monday 14 yards
for S$1.W.
Alligator dress suit cases with two
straps, brass lock and trimmings,
worth $4.00, special $19.
Just received twenty-eight difer-
ent styles in ladies' oxfords, tan, gun
metal and dongola, all sizes and all
widths, prices more than right.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Titusville, Florida.

Death of Mrs. C. Fulton
Mrs. C. Fulton, wife of the late
Charles Fulton, of this place, died
Thursday of last week at St. Lukes
hospital, in Jacksonville, from in-
juries received by a fall at Pablo
Beach a few days before, where she
was living with her son, Charles.
The body was brought to this place
Friday accompanied by her two
daughters, Mrs. W. P. Giles and Miss
Flora Fulton and her son, Charles.
Interment was made in LaGrange
cemetery, Father O'Boyle of Day-
tona, officiating at the burial service,
which was at the grave.

Piano Player for Sale

Simplex, mahogany, 40 rolls of
music and bench and cover.
T. HALL, Indianola, Fla.
Rose Builds a Racing Motor Boat
The Sun, of West Palm Beach, says
that Capt. A. T. Rose has just com-
pleted one of the handsomest racers
ever seen in those waters. The boat is
30 ft. long, 3 ft. 5 in. beam on water
line. She is of a splendid designed
racing model and built of the best
material, oak frame, cypress plank
and decks and all interior finish of
mahogany. The hull complete
weights about 300 pounds and with
the 60 h. p. motor it is expected to
install she is destined to make a high
record among the racers there next
Sheriffs Auction Sale

imoll uOi umlfl
IllHi a ng,
Remember The Alpine wfor hd
and quick lunch when in zw
Mr. W. C. Howes, of Port Onfre
formerly resident of Oak Hil, wate
Titusville last Friday.
October records for Vitor talk
machines have been receive at th
Indian River Music Houe.
Mr. Frank Webber and baby ar
expected to arrive tomoo n a
visit to Mrs. M. E. Webb

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Mrs. L. A. Brady will ;* a IF
the Progressive culture oi n
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 13th.
Attorney G. M. Robbins is at Mi-
ami this week attending circuit court,
where he has several cases to m *
Com. J. H. Allen arrived Tuesday
from an extended visit of about two
weeks up in the northern part 6f the
Attorney Geo. A. Des Cottea, of
Sanford, and L. G. Starbuck of Or-
lando, were registered at Palmhurt.
last Friday.
W. C. Peterson came over from
Canaveral Tuesday after his boat,
which he left with Mr. Verity, on
Merritts Island, to have a small mo-
tor installed.
Mrs. G. G. Howard and daughter,
Miss Mabel Reynolds, are expecting
to move to Savannah about the first
of the New Year, where Mr. Howard
is now located.
Mr. C. E. Saunders, of Vermont,
who spent sometime in Titsville
about nine years ago, and spends the
winter seasons in Orlando, was in
town yesterday.
Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Osceola Pe-
fock gave a dinner yesterday in hon-
or of their husbands' birthday, Loyd
44 and Osceola 22 andslo entertained
Mr. Benecke and daughter.
We learn that Mr. W. M. Prindle
has rented the Robbins' cottage on
the river front for the coming winter
season. We are pleased to learn that
he will spend the season in Titusville

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Prof. Langston, from Waycross,
Ga., arrived in town Wednesday on
a visit to his very intimate friend,
Prof. Overstreet. We are pleased
to learn that he will spend about a
month in Titusville.
Mr. Wm. F. Green, proprietor of
the Grand Atlantic hotel, Atlantic
City, N. J., is expected to arrive in
Titusville today or in the course of a
day or so. Mr. Green was a visitor
here last season.
The colored school at this place
closed last Friday and closing exer-
cises, held in the school building Fri-
day night, were well attended. The
teacher, B. C. Scurry, left yesterday
tn cntiu hi,. o tirse of stundI in a

At the town caucus held last night The sheriff's auction sale ot perish- U'"L'""U '" 5"" MA "". L J I" "
at the courthouse to make nomina- able goods at Walker's grocery store medical college in th north.
tions for the coming municipal elec- Monday was well attended. Sugar., Hon. Duncan U. F" tcher, of Jack-
tion to be held on Oct 26th, the pres-i bacon and tobacco sold in quantity at sonville, our next :-nator to con-
ent mayor, B. R. Wilson; the present low prices, other goods in smaller gress, and Attorneys 2ary D. Landis.
clerk and treasurer. J. P. Wilson; lots brought better prices. The iHon.Jas. E. Alexan ler and E. Bly,
our present marshal and collector, J. sale of perishables amounted to about f Detand were i Titusville last
N. Waller; and also our assessor, $100. The horse was bid i by W. E. of Dl and were i> Titusville last
John Henry, were nominated by ac- Goldsmith for $115, and C. I. Pro- week attending to e :al business be-
clamation for re-election. W. E. vost bought the mule for $76. The fore Circuit Judge .. S. Jones. Mr.
Goldsmith and Van T. Worley were latter sold in front of the court house; Alexander paid THi: STAR otfice a
nominated for councilmen. door. short call. He report i the most grat-
Launch for Sale Gun Repair Shop. ifying prospects ree 'ived from his
Launch for Sale I A I 1 1 t- I

Round bottom open launch, 25 ft.
long, 7 feet 6 inches beam, draft 2
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friends over the state for his election
Guns stocked and shotguns re- .
bored. All work guaranteed. as speaker of the hou m the coming
f i any BENE<'KE Titusville Fla session of the Fl e

iee;, equipped wit o n. p. two-cyln- ... ... ..... .......... .. ..... .....
der Fay & Bowen convertible motor.
using either gasoline or kerosene. Titusville Bottling Works, UR'I NITUKRE. DRY GOODS, SHOES
Price very reasonable. Inquire at M. GOODMAN, PRoPRaI-TO. fruit jars. rubbers andat cshons
Titusville Boat Co.Manufacturer of carbonated i e- Globe-Wernicke elastic book cases
For Sale Cheap For Cash erages. Specialty of Pepsi- ',la, high Stop Leak Sticks for boats and roofs
or S o ade Ginger Ale. ad a full li Copper tacks. galvanized screen
.... ,o ,... __ grade ingr A. and a full line ,f Water-proof bath tub enamel

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hs a tm -e l b -septw ane the waer Bues the kin do mke0 a dere 1o
SENs a it w l bes t he tresaI e s which an berond
SWe a t ws lge ough to th river that whatsoever Ear the

abe e wr feet weed hetwee the bher But. still more wonderfuL In tihe
c 6t omale an t @ eet a t S." 2V&. elhth erse of the thrl chapter of
dres the a t contest had spread l-Apnlih is ontalned every letter.
C Wd l sabot te euiAty. and hundreds fer tieluding flnal i of the Hebrew lan-
aogrel- tmmws 0sC u e tase to gage.-Westminster Gasette.
a0tL t te UnL New a Cat Caeght Two Rats. a
rt, whe lBIs I once had a cat who did a rather o0PRICES WT
L m Iw lb.- u n that drinking is remarkable ratting feat He stalked
sda t M se w al n -You have two young rats on the eaves of a low
bel as he is rmed It one of my bi at st able root and caught one Into the
em b s n ng Wu ater =I way. The other Jumped on to an naI m -p m
lsset. H He M s dcid to mry elderbey tree ust below. UU II
__ Vwe6, B Man UM Mt oyiL f him i etsl-- tBob, however. not tsred witb the
ct ta ake something out Otf bn E l o, groped It firmly n his mouth
eibo I Me t b 6n, Oan then Jumped headlong for the oth-
* b e aclcent, a "Pamp, what is a deocer er. itber he was very lucky or ex-
a pto &ie a "A deMc, son is what one usually trordlnarly agile. for he fell to the
so, gets when drawing for an ace."-Hos- gro ad with one rat still it his mouth
m' a 0b. B. tert PoWt and the other nto his paws and prompt-
B mat me the pri- When a a relies that e is not y killed them both.-8cotsman.
lr ll~ rt, and many famous he also refects with a goo The Lily f Fram .
io.l ef o mompie e y thit he is not There is a pretty tradition about the /
6f l 9iC at Widsor, &d yet.--Atch Globe. lly of France. Three black toads form-
FtC e a burm Owse tf
ah t ONd tl Actr-Are we alot Voice fo e4 the curious device on the shield of
a athe Audince-You d be i we Kwin Clovut but one aght al sn ged
a-t mt ra mtnotes Cole or money back at the box hermit at musing nt his lonely cell
tu owttgt it i UI& son Js J there appeared an angel before him
ii e al sha, a be Of all Ianguages English probably beartg a shield of wondrous beauty.
4 i ue hiisa M ad the spitt- gve greater variety of expression. as On Its azure front three golden llies
Sis f other ftat as o wordr are derived from many lan- shone like radiant star. This shield
;:..., L.-: C. I wec gass. the angel bade the hermit deliver to
S '- C NIkv Odlbd rToo rich food and n enoh exer- Queen Clothilde. Receiving the celes-
*Ica is reeponsibe. for many bloodshot trial shield Clothilde gave It to the king.
halWf et 10 bad cut down whose arms thenceforth were always
s r:. -eyes, while too iittie sleep often has r
iga 049109 t lea from ti m eehe victorious.-8t, James' Gazette.
A, o seventy ft ad frm nine toWomen of gium
Su si tba I molter at the bae. "You say that figures don't lie? Wel The Women of elgium.
p e S el. an spltt three and a permit me to contradict you." No one can travel in Belgum with-
l'.9 f-l ad e -M that his mu.- "May I ask your business out being struck by the extraordinary CLK" i .."
goe when he b egn "I'm a dressmaker." activity and prominence of the wo- r- i
4." me. Ove the doom of "I'm of all
S t s o ta t a has Bacon-Do you think It is proper for men. Over te doors of shops of all %. B'
:o r mh a family ued Copapny a man to say things behind his wife's descriptions the name of the owner or
:. wi ms his nw t. With occasional back? Etbert-Well. if he's trying to owners Is frequently followed by
St' tshe S h as ad mor t uent button her dress how can he help it? "Soeurs" or "Veuve." You find them
1. of milk and brandy. Moot proprto of hotel and restaurants.
2 chapped away, and a: noorn about for First Youth-Scientists say that s proprtors of hotels and restaurants.
:opped away. and at on about ftor it Youth-Slentt say that tree They are often custodians of the
Se d wee a the g nd. cut and contribute to the beat i the atmos- churches. They are employed to tow
,, ". it. buiet plod. At that time h here. Second Youth-That's o. A the boats along the canal banks. They
bubed1 the job would be Antohed at birch has warmed many a time. ct up the meat in the butchers' shops.
4 ftaft, ad the resIlt proved tih The skins of animals were the ear- and they are even to be noticed shoe-
ieenry of his prophecy. At-uat lf- Heat forms of money. Sheep and oxen Ing horses at the forge.
S ts latest after 4 o'clock the offcal among the old Romans took the place s e b
m-asuer announced that the long pile of money. -- F r sale y the
easalmed fre and one-eighth cords of eShaking tp
,ed and Moote topped work wltb The firt fold coln called a sovereith 1 A
n"b -- ---- -: ,an.. n.a.. ,,,.i was coined in the relgn of Henry VIII. my ... ab __.. . .... i N I) A R I V P P \

aer.dy rsl lt Twenty re pWine tree. The present sovereign, as current at
4e feet talfl bad been ut down. .20 shillings, was first Issued in 1617.
Mr. Mythe. who showed himself a. There never was a portrait made of
- toker, joined Mr. Evarts In his Ethan Allen. The heroic style of statue
slwtatlatloas, eand Moote mounted of the hero in the national capitol is al
e pie, ax In hand. while a hundred imaginative representation.
eamm were focused on him. He had Benham-I bare something on my
doe his task. with an hour and a half mind. Mrs. Renham-Well. cheer up
I q aret You are growing bald fast.-New York
tn the town of Weathersfleld mid- Pres.
way between Windsor on the Central
Vermot railway and Cavendish on the A perfect ruby of five carats average-
Rutland railroad. under the shadow of at least five times the value of a di.i-
Awutney mountain. lies this little ham- mond of the sa:nte size and quality inl
let called Amaden. A quarter of a the precious stone inarket of today.
century ago Charles Amsden built Now, did the nissus shay ':ae oilv
there some kilns In which to burn the two whiskies aniil get -".tie bl 1'2 a,
lime which is found in abundance 4hic.t .ave twelve wfiisk es ili,, :llni,
along the Black river at Amsden. get 'ome by "?--Sdney illhtiin.
Ten be added a aawmill, a gritmlnlll
and a general store, and .'ncle Sam The NMoher- My little loyv wa:s rude.
added a postoflce. The place speedily I k io' I aiiim fraid he ii .i~vfully
became a center of trade for miles i"il,'l. Th-' .t : Iout io;..n!II
around and prospered greatly until the I lii.,' :..:.. I i. ,t'- li- L.0 L
Death of Mr. Amsden some ten years rill.,' '1ir '.it i y;uIvi -.:h
alp .. ilm:;itl't dl ',v tl<- tt.uYht th: et !i i-
Others then managed the prope! rty dit-r-:it Iro', :ill ,thi .\ <;ini with varying degrees of succ-.s liluti! dr4t'l. Life
It was brought to the attention if Mr 'l'Tric osi'rii .'-i-: inl tl-.
lvart five years ago. The proitl oiti: s'.'''ii o I i .. f i'h ::ti A.ron,'
looked so good to him that he t'oa i ,,ihi ttilii :ti.: l tld I ai',s \'i':-' the '.soil
the entire outfit it nd Inad' I.itl ;'1r C't ; I 'I i .' i '.';, ,,
White of W indsor hti ul;tli:gl'm i Thi'i t': -' ti". :i i I. 'i-. !i t:y 4't :
property Ineluudti't sev :;i.l ti:l.!i -r t::,''-t' fCi .,.. I:v. f .:' t !. 'a ;'. .
which are tw in,: ..-*r ed. In o- i" 1" n ii ,,.. !. n i ; ii. i ," .;i v o,,f
the reports from n Wl\ile' to Rv;'its thii so
former had told hin ,fr th'i ti ':'rt
ting capacity of lid N\liito :11; hil '* 'l. :1
rated Ed's ctapa,-iy at ab:lu t. t e lnt i * . te
one cords i week. elt. :.!;t :iiul i':l : "
That looked like a pretty Iokod r'orl t ''t' : arlk f er
to Evarts. and. always priloud of hli: na h' ar-l h l :
live state and the prowess of its pei"' 1 t '' 'i rv-
ple. he told the story to sever il of hi- r "l .- g rh"t.
friends. hc.;rt dl;s;last" i'-xhangte.
One of these frieidls, w:Ls present aii **I.,.v!h." demiianid'd Nr. NIM at.
dinner which Mr. v-:rts L'.ve i. \\I alt to k...\o \\ha- \ i\.o I,..ii
some friends at the New \Vill.rr'd ti d,,:it iey fi -ft rvz.r''"
Washingtou last spring,. alnd Mi. l'\:lr;:- Nthin'." w\\as .:-'. .1Sw:n < i.,-
was asked to eXp:a:;i liow lii.s !mi:i' L;n:l.ii Lt :n!>\\ ;is i. :i, \ I :i..i'il
Moote couWl alve:nge more than five \,;I s.iz li.t ,S. 'l -,.-. l:n.itn 'i'.
cords of wood a dlay, cut. split ;aia! I ..i i' tit'.\' -. .. '.*' .1 ;,,rn. an,-
plled. The explanation iwas i:ot ;' ;a \n.: :" liic:l..,, e 1T ,.
satisfactory to his guests. andl 1.' :, '
was immediately bombardeJ byv o,,.r t.-kr- "' I-*l 'i t.
of wagers that neither Ed Mo,,t, no.: ,:. h i : a.
any other Vermrntr co1u'd f,'' .: a n i.i
such a feat. Mr. Evarts' slprtinlu i:, ;:r .
tintct is tempered with 'cain; I. ai i: t hl:n 1it : I **l'
occurred to hi m thatll Whitte eight be wNlt'r' .l l I '' !
motan i y f a *r .,'." t'.looh% eia
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cUUcrUVu, uDb U nuitw en it cume tUi lls
tud fever and malaria. Quitthe quinineand
take a real cure-Ballard's Herhine. Con-
tains no harmful drugs and is as certain as
taxes. If it doesn't cure you get your money
hack. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Ban-
ner. I)rug Store.

Impertinence of Genius.
Dr. Johnson once called upon Mr
Garrlck in [.,ltndn aind was shown into
his study. Unfortunately. a door being
open. hei ?tr:Iyed into, :an adjoining
'`Il:! M hic'Ih (o'II:titll. tih novels :Ini
lighter %orks whicIh had .ieen i pr,.-
s "l'(E ;;A :ritiiites to the l highly :nl1
itiredi ;i tor. Jolihns.ii first read a l it
!'tIin o*r ::l tim.n :iani|ther and threw
tlh",,i ilivwim st!t.e i:ig the loor with
the c\Pen-ive v\olul:nies. 4iarrick w:i,
:2n '.i y ;t lfini.!ii[: .loiiiso'in there ai'l
sihli. *"''lils 1 :i priv:t. ;i:thin ' p 'IV "fi '"" ; 1 1' ih :i'i ,. \w ih ini 'erti
neit *'lin ,-'. "I wa:'i determined to
ex:i !,t) y !"r !''i: Y!-s. which I find
(con(,I:It of tbrtc -it- stuff. trash iand
rn rlq n e."


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munching a late supper.
Through the noise of the phonograph.
remlnlcent of the Bowery at midnight,
and the hum of voices could Ie faintly
board the low roar of the advancing
re. As the lumliermen passed in and
out of the room one caught snatches
of the conversation, mangled always
with the metallic melody from the re-

Aili. l i a wM

m aIa, a the time. t twas
Vr ihot aw eo ou th ebo am
b" Igoods an ettfo m
moremeo a th time. It wau pw0
pe to plow a furrow around the
houses ad keep te fire from leaping
ove. Meanwhi the fames were creep
Searer and nearer to the Cock and
Devil which had no clearing about it
ad we thersise doomed. Men had
erk all the previous night getting
et the hardwood fittings and the
pluhbla so that now It was a mee
sel left a Wp to the resistless fire.
Ia the late afternoon the cottage
braned I spite of the desperate efforts
of hael a daenrr em.
(e f the pathetic sights in the
rttoat of a sa et fire s the efforts
Io the fu ry nhabitants to escape.
Ma r abMit hopped across the road
withi a tw yards of the men. but
the mat nvetrate hunter felt no im-
pule to ll them so plainly were
pNaou dread sad confusion expressed
by heir soft, pleading eyes and trem-
bitg bodies.
baay tbhlakid perso in the Adron-
das is hoping that the state and na-
t0al governments will take steps to
cep with the growing menace of fire
w kh is gradually, year by year, re-
duing these lovely mountains to a
wflaereas of bleached and blackened
stamps. The people and the leglak-
ts anod to learn that fire protection
is ai the end vastly ls expensive
than o and that If you et aside the
Adlrodacks as "the nation's play-
ground" It is necessary to give them
ome adequate measure of protection
agatat the menace of a dry season.

g -t- e ad h dmeks,
afBt one ad ib the dietlenr

W i amy eat to war the people
hl*W to all out the ie warden of
ta village Of Kea. iLmimrmin
wre haews to hb working ar the
be usd wd wau u to thm eo that
a-e. This was the ANt M tae oft
S1i, which has- bm buralag std-
Fy tor mM tiea reduaet 40M acre
otl hady Soret to abas, w s a r Hd-
lam (N. I.) speeal 4tk to tes
WNe To Triba. TheMe weae
hems If tthe n Ir M-t es ot M10 1
T1i, Warm n ad exto*- bt the d4a-
O- to thes ple- was mot lsmminent
A an -~mt was mau to ae the
laber vWb hal bees oat In the
woed uer the d e by Harold Walter.
Al day the M tofght are with te
mDspaMtsl amA courage wch mauke
e always thaik a fteet fe aa
bam sl-L Al the mountalm-er -ak
of bghthi e as It it were a Uivim
iag. In the evealg meat of theme
ttni to the Ted homestead tr
tEd a rst, but twor three relasa-
4 ln Ie weoed to guard omb destrue-
am mem smeventy-fTie cords ofat eat
-lt woo. Two men wrsi glr -
with a pack basket f food for those
am i. It wam a journ oaf abet a
ille ad a half beor the precious pile
t lumber the bmrl of which would
spell rMt to Mr. WaltWs plas was
reached. After tavralagr a mil of
I'lls trail the rearl of the are caIe
to the eAr, a lat at ist, but continual-
ly increarog pea pe deep, me-ase
lug soun whiah wa brokn only b
the crn kig of etbs or the tahuder o
tailag t as. Oealoally a red glare

The as sought were sitting O the
trail wt ,ad. although the day
had breht meot of their plans to
agt, they wee still cheerful. Al
arad the troe had burned to sshes
ad new thoh the dek the charged
tu s glowed ad crackle. Near by
stow a roeLy t ld with trees till
am ieaoi t A genItle bree lsighed
onIegh the forest, instantly a
the-- nd red gleaIms shot through the
deky air, sparks leaped from one tree
4W another, a buah lased up, and a
taretelg tackle announced that the
aret ws only walittg to fre up
a4ai whbmevr the iotest brMss
waned though It. Meanwhile the
woods wer eadBy buratng round-
Prom the vead of the Cock and
Der cottage e be could bo seen
lighting p the northern sky. Now
and tem, who a great pine tree
aught ,14 the tams leaped up Iato
the air tr above the treetops, throw-
g a lurId ligt over everything. Al-
theagh the night wa moonless and the
slar obseued by the smoke, one could
ua to walk along the roads and trails
veral mile from the fir.
The next day the fre gbhting force
wrn mauk I eased, and as the ire
wa only th*ateurths of a mile from
the ouese It wa necessary to began
dlsl a trenh about them. There
was no wetsr within a mile, the
prnags and brooks having dried up In
the drought. Theo water for cooking
sad drinking had to be carted up the
steep Incline from Hurricane Lodge to
Ndoneyo. as the group of buildings
motioned before are called.
At nightfall the meu Ieg-u straggling
la from the firing line. Supper was
served by Mrs. Tool, who had that
day cooked probably 100 meals. Then
thb phonograph was brought out on the
veranda, where the tired men lay
about, some asleep, others talking of
the day's work, others listening to the
merry tunes ground out by the talking
machine All the doors were open, and
mei drifted through the rooms contln-
aUy., coming In from the flre. Half
a dosen men sat about the kitchen

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0n-l.Ias, hla tbest, Tasteood. Do
ood. Nv steke Wksn or ri t, 1a ad
ifteVner &te. Wm wt asemonIs, amd boo-
eton elfth. Adidr m 41
Uwbu mst CMbb r ME V WoL

yes and Othr Wyes.
Bis' sight is probably not any
keener than man's, in spite of the tra-
diton to the contrary, writes Dr. Ed-
ward A. Ayers In Harper's Magazine.
The simple fact is that birds flying
aloft are In clearer air, and their eyes
change focus much more rapidly. As
for the eyes of fish. those in clear
water cn focus farthest and all afsh
can se nearly everything but their
dorsal fn. The baby founder has a
special trick with his eyes, which is to
lift a submerged eye as he turns over
to the upper side. twisting his whole
skull In the doing. The eyes of a
goose are bller than its brain. As
for man, he has one eye function ap-
pertaining exclusively to himself.
which is to weep.

bExellent Health Advice
Mrs. UM. Ilson, of No. 379 ifbrd ave-
nue, 8an Jose, Cl.. ay "The worth of Elec-
tric Bitters a general family remedy, for
headache, biliousmn and torpor of liver sad
bowel, b io pronounced that I am prompted
to my a word in its favor for the benefit of
those seeking relief from ech afictioNi
There is more health for the digestive orgnu
in a bottle of Electric Bitters than in any
other remedy I know of." old under gar-
antee at BHaner Drug n tore. o.


Diagusted Harbor Eniner Surveys
and CloseMs the Motor Beat,
Two swift motor boats have had all
the tun they wanted with the Sandy
Hook steamers during the past season
and at the same time afforded lots of
entertainment to the daily travelers
between New York city and the Jer-
sey bore. The boats would run up
on the windward side of the big filers
and hang on for a few minutes close
to their forward decks, where most of
the folk were conregated.
Sometimes they would drop astern.
but over and over again after a care-
ful survey of the gleaming razor prow
towering above would dash across It
gracefully, like dolphins at play.
These exhibitions have not met with
the unalloyed approval of the silent
men In blue and gilt braid in the
pilothouse and on the engine deck of
the steamers.
One grim engineer surveyed such a
maneuver from the main deck port
the other day, turned on his heel and
walked away with this one muttered

Odd Incident in Moving Pioture Show.
Martin Donohue of New York city
wrote to the editor of the New York
Sun as follows concerning a strange
occurrence: "While 1 was sitting in a
moving picture theater a few days
ago a very peculiar phenomenon oc-
curred which changed the building
into an enormous camera. The pl.--
ture machine getting out of order, the
Interior of the hbuse hbauie pilteb
dark. Inring this perlld a curtain
was pulled back at the eutrauce, al-
lowing a shaft of light to rea,-h the
screen, on which could be plainly seen
the inverted Images of the people in
the street- a perfect camera clweurn
and undoubtedly tbhe largest in the

Criminality Noted In the Horse.
An old black horse belouglug to len-
ry Harper, a hack driver, walked ui,
to a horse belonging to Edward Sears.
another driver at the Greenwood Lake
station in Montclair. N. J., the other
day and. lifting the nose bag from Its
head. carried It to a convenient part
If the station platform and began eat-
Ing the oats which the bag contained.
While the old black horse was feasting
on the oats he occasionally looked
around to see If the other horse was
"omlnr after the stolen meal.

A Banquet
lspriad h,'fort you would ldo you no go, od if
you ro'uldnli't eat. What gMIl child when lias soo as it enter itsi -tolacl it
ii eate'nl hr w rc)liiL. Thiat' thP re'a.*ii vur


csteir. Nems ansmi, .
A dwelita that is quite ulse say
ethr i the vicinity of ogo~ta. N. I,
is now In couns of costructio&. It
bas ao wood about it-mothing that can
bur. Even the beams for the od
DEnish ealian are of masoary. Rest
A. Gibbons, a manufacturer of Jersey
City, is the owner. It is built on the
plan of a country house on Walnut
Tre Farm, a country estate near his
birthplace In inland, but the house
at Bogota s made of other materials
than wood.
Terra cotta forms the body of the
building. It is in the form of hollow
blocks, of the same kind used In the
skyscrapers of New York city, for
Ioors and for covering the steel
frames. In the walls of Mr. Gibbons'
home the blocks are laid end to end.
so that the hollow spaces form con-
tinuous chambers running up and
down. Tests proved that the bearing
strength was as great as that of solid
brick walls. The air spaces inside
make the walls nonconductors of beat
and ,uOtstuas, with the result that the
house will be warm In winter, cool in
summer and dry all the time.
In the floors the blocks are laid be-
tween concrete beams. The beams ex-
tend downward, giving in appearance
the same effects a the wooden beams
in the homestead on Walnut Tree
Farm. They are covered with smooth
cement. All the partitions are of hol-
low tile, like the outside walls, so that
a fire could not spread from one room
to another. The root is of green
The main entrance to the bouse is
upon a small courtyard almost Invisible
tq passersby. On the main street ti
a garden, two or three acres In ex-
tent, enclosed by a wall. Altogether
the ground covers four acres, and
there is a tennis court in one corner.
The house has three stories, in addi-
tion to the basement, and contains
fourteen rooms. The cost it estimated
at $12500.

A Thiefs Rus.
Early one morning, many years ago,
a burglar was running at the top of his
speed along a London thoroughfare,
pursued by a lady, who vociferated
"Stop thief!" A milkman intercepted
the fugitive, wuo promptly exclaimed:
"For heaven's sake, let me go. Its
my wife, and she'll Just about kill me."
The milkman was a married man him-
self, and he allowed the malefactor to
Seetland's Strange Birds.
Prom the small Island of St. Kilda
off Scotland, 20,000 young gannets and
an Immense number of eggs are annu-
ally collected, and, although this bird
lays only one egg per annum and is
four years In obtaining its maturity, its
numbers do not diminish. Obviously
such birds must reach a great ae or
they would long ago have been exter-
London Landlords.
There is perhaps no tenant who is
so completely at the mercy of his land.
lord as the occupier of a house In Lon-
don which belongs to one of the great
ground landlords. He is an absolute
prisoner within the four corners of his
lease. The slightest deviation is ac-
companied with pains and penalties;
but, on the other hand, the landlord
reserves all kinds of privileges to him-
"Somehow I'm awfully stupid to-
night," remarked young Borum lan-
guidly the other evening.
"Indeed you are," retorted MIss Cut-
ting. somewhat impulsively.
*Do you really mean that?" asked
the young man in surprise.
"I merely indorsed your remarks.
I)ldn't you Just now assert that you
were stupid':" she queried.
"Yes." he reInded. "l ut I only said
so without Illinkiiig."
"Andl lp to the. time you) spoke of It."
.ll. ',rlhcl. "1 ,i v I khol.h it Sc) without
.tsayll it."- i 'c';il'roll's Weekly.
Temporarily Indisposed.
tre of Ith, \\'.'rki.q is in k s Chinese iuls-
'.ion bte- CutI l, inu, h inlteresttedl in two
i'lii;li:iri ~ w'ho. she foundil. owiined a
flourishiu !:inulnry ,lsiunss inl her
own houlie ln-ihlihorlood. Si-.' looked
iln once ill ;i\\hil. to se how tli:iiis
were going with thelu aud one moru-
ing found Sa.ll smiling :lainl c'heerful
as usual. but Jolhn was missing.
"Wh'ere? is .IJ)l tills niornliig?'" she
"Oh." answered Sain amiably, "Chlr-
tian gell'leluan hit him In the head
with a bllck, and he all same in hoe-
pital'- New York Times.

For Chronic Diarrhoea
"W hle iin the arliiy in l*4 I wi.- t .l:-n*
with tl hiro nic diarrhlu;e." s;,y- <4iN. M1 F'i
toni. ,'.f Siiuth t0ii-.sii, 'P .. "I h;av'e .incr rieitr

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s r eove at eass teageMAt
mothers by preparing the sys h- r S e
eomlag of baby, thereby r rnd erw al
birth safe, easy, and almost painlt.
Bear In mind, please that Dr. Plesre
Favorite Prescription is not se et or
patent medicine, agalast wh ) e
Intelligent people are quite nat.
avene, because of the uncertainty Itl D
their composition and harmmoanst,
but ist a rMDICNm or OWx 00Coms-
TIo, a full list of all its ingredients bsla
printed, in plain English, on every bottle
wrapper. An examination of th list of
nlaredients will disclose the fact tha t Is
non-alcoholic in its composition, ehemise
ally pure, triplerefned glycerine
the place of the commonly used alcohol
In its make-up. In this connectio it
may not be out of place to state that th
*Favorite PreMcripton' of Dr. Plee I
the only medicine put up for the se of
woman's peculiar weaknesses an all
ments, and sold through dnisit, al
the Ingredients of whihe have tb u- O
animous endorsement of all tOh ibdn
medical writers and teachers of al the
several schools of practice, and that ti
as remedies for the ailments for whih
*Favorite Prescription is recommended.
A little book of those endorsements wW
be ent to any address, postpaid. M
absolutely fr. If you requests by
postl d, or letter, of V. P
Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Perce's Pleasant PeUlet care coaw
stipation. Constipaton Is the cause of
many disease. Cure the ause and you
use the disease. Easy to tke as caui
Big PenCe Building.
The forest service is preparing to
send engineers to the P athead Indian
reervation in Montana to build a
fence around the 12.800 ares of land
Included In the new national range for
the fst disappearing buffalo. The
land has not been paid for yet, and it
it estimated that $30.000 will be spent
In making settlements with the In-
dians and others who now own the
land, and $10.000 will be spent on th
fence. The American Bison society
will raMs funds for the purchase of
the animals.

Ne oe of Appileadn for Tax Deed Under
Seetio 8 a or apter 488, Laws otr a.
Notice is hereby given that B. Arnold,
purchaser of tax certifiate No. 114, dated the
ist day of July, A- D., 1901. has Sled aid
certificate in my office, and has made appli
cation for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said oertiticate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard county,
Florida,towit: Part of lots 1, and a of sw
i. described in Deed Book H, pge 8 seo-
tion 80, tp. 28 south, range 38 east. The said
land being asessed at the date ofthe issuance
of such certificate in the name of W. O. Mount
Unle said certificate shall be redeemed sc-
cordin to law, tax deed willissue thereon on
the 2th day of October, A. D.. 1908.
SWitness my official signature
S AL. and seal this the 25th day of
---- September, A. D., 1908.
Clerk Circuit Court
Brevard County, Florida.
The MAfsta I alabl .Set of Yacht and Bss-
Buildintg Books rvr A, iused.


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printed in 1.,.- .. tiukesstul v sailed in
every climi!e Ir-.J .,.. rvry c Full detail
dra in ,f .i:l -,:, i. *.h' ; .w a it is ad
how to j ii' k .: I Ckt ;: rci:le:y .mIaple.
I'1 l* -. f 'f L.rk .r .iy i. I l..laiW trainee all
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lMe Lights on Tom Ceekrill, Who Was
Chief Soirit In reathitt (Ky.) War.
Tom Cockrill, who was reeetly kill-
ed by a freight train at Lousville, Ky.,
was for four year leader of the Cock-
rlll faction io the Hargis-ockrtIl feod
la Breathitt county, Ky.
His death removes one of the prtncl-
pals in the most costly feud in both
human life and money ever waged In
the mountains of Kentucky, and he
was the only one on either side to die
within the lst five years from a cause
'licr than a bullet from the gun of an
Although less than thirty years old.
T'owu Cockrlll had for years been known
throughout the mountains as "Badl
Tom." a sobriquet be had earned
through his ability to pick a fight and
get out of it with a whole skin while
his antagonist was usually found with
one or more bullet holes In him.
It was the killing of Beu Hargis, the
youngest of the Hargis brothers. by
Tom Cockrill in February. 1902, that
brought on the feud that resulted In
the asNamination of Jim Cockrill, Dr.
B. D. Cox and James B. Marcum. all
three prominent men and sympathi-
sers with the Oockrll faction, and
caused many more equally prominent
men who feared to reside in the feud
center to leave Jackson and Breathitt
In his fight with Ben Hargis Cock
rill was shot four times. Through the
rest of the troubles he was a man to
be reckoned with. Tall, spare, ever
alert, his sharp. rteel blue eyes snap
pod fire whenever the enemies of his
clan were about, and he had the repu
station of belng ready it the slightest
provocation to tl;sh his revolver.

"Looks like rather i'poor so~I iln this
part of the countryy" s:id th.' inisulsl-
tire str:iuger.
"Wlell, it ain't." replied the hioastful
native. "A Ina;il over on the :iljoining
farus plowed ulip a tin canl with $.s1 Ins
It one day a week or two ago."-('hl-
cago News.

Why Colds are Dangerous
Because you have c,ntnacted or ,litlry colds
and recovered from then without treatment
of any kind. do not for a moment iinsatiiCe
that colds are not dangerous.. Every olitr
knows that pnulmouia Hnd (chi rioic catarrlh
have their origin in cimiinin ,l c.ll. ('ou
gumption i not caused by h -1.1. t1 the c.l.
prelprest the system for the reception andl tde.
velopmert of the geruii that won d uot
otherwise have found htul'oumiet. It is tlih
aune with all ilnfectionl. lDiplitherii.
scarlet fever, iuewile" ?ul w.hopiinUx cl ouch
are more likely to be colntracted when the
child har a told. You will s<' from this that
more real danger lurks in a cold than in alny
other of the mtwnlln ailnie,.ut The ianiic-st

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+ :li tholll ahlaei avity of two
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Sdhad tlfpo ddMtif be is in ac-
with seh activity. The men
t-ald of are United states

M-tr W. R O'Neal, of Orlando.
9e-al that both are atively en-
Sd In, tmveling over Florida mak-
hI ebe for tho Republan ticket
, ad flor themslve. Cheaey has
n minted for governor and
O'Nel for congre on the state Re-
publian ticket.

SA Story With a Moral
The following from the Lakeland
New b commended to every man,
woman and child in Titusville, espec-
lely those holding official position or
aeged in buines. It shows how
rangers judge a town by the people
they first come in contact with:
"A dhort time ago the writer pass-
ed through a town in another state,
stopping ovei for only two or three
hours in order to make connection
with an outgoing train. It was mid-
night when the train which bore us
to the city arrived, two or three
hours late, and everybody was tired,
cross and dispirited. Schedules
were diarranged on account of high
water and people were anxious and
uncertain about reaching their des-
tination. So like all people do in
such cases, they began to ply the sta-
tion agent with questions.
"They lined up before his window,
some timid, some arrogant, some
merely idly inquisitive, some male-
volent. All expected the short snap-
pP answers usual under such circum-
stances. One by one they came away
to make room for an impatient suc-
cemor, and every face as it was turn-
ed from the window wore an expres-
sion more cheerful, more kindly, less.
tired and anxious.
"For this railroad man was one
among a thousand of his kind.
"Quietly, distinctly, pleasantly and
expliitly he gave the information
asked for or politely expressed regret
at his inability to do so. His un-
varying good humor and even tem-
pered manner was restful to the
wearied travelers and soothed the

tense nerves like music.
"Then, there was the lunch coun-
ter man." A man with a cross and
sleepy baby found there was nothing
to drink from at the water cooler, so
he asked the loan of a glass. It was
forthcoming, with a kindly and sym-
patheic word. But then there was
no water, and the man brought back
the glass. The lunch counter keeper
apologized as f he were responsible
for the sins of the railroad company
and, leaving his customers, waited
oa thee unrnumerative patrons as
plamatly as if he had no other con-
ern in life.

"I pt w gw t about

B " beltU b
"W ? he -w ed.
"Wed, te people so i
Noti Wthat ticket gent ad li

S. "Whegoes to show that oft
Sole community is juded by
- Imanrs of one or two persons-

that we never know how far-re
hin may be the effects of the im]
kindly deed."

The Bryan Scare

diter of Tua PeaA STIrA.
Everybody should get ready for
the Bryan scare, for it is coming and
will be here on schedule time. The
Republican leaders, being unable to
meet the issues, have the scare on
the program, and it is now in the
safe keeping of Mr. Hitchcock.
When it appears first deliberately
rush to Treasurer Sheldon a check
for $1,000.
To inquiries as to what the trouble
-which your wild appearance will
suggest-eay that you are afraid that
Bryan is going to get you, and add
that Bryan is in favor of publicity of
campaign contributions before the
election, and that such a thing was
never heard of before. Then say
that Bryan is in favor of compelling
banks to guarantee their depositors
and in favor of "busting" the trusts,
something that has never been done
even by the strenuous Roosevelt. If
your inquirer is still calm and evinces
no symptoms of fright tell him that
Bryan is going to knock some bricks
off the tariff wall, and if that does
not bring him to time, warn him that
"Republican prosperity" is threat-
ened; then, if he does not tumble,
give it up as a bad job. W.

Mr. W. A. Green is on the sick list
this week.
Rain, rain, rain. Don't you want
a pail of water?
Judge B. F. Whittington expects
to spend the winter in Mims.
Oranges and grapefruit are being
packed daily here. Our crops will
not last long at this.
Mr. B. F. Young, orange buyer
for J. A. Snell, has returned from a
prospecting trip down the river.
Mrs. Lillian Britton has returned
from Hawks Park and New Smyrna,
where she had a most delightful visit
with friends.
Mr. McCall, who spent some weeks
in Mims working for Mr. P. W. Rob-
erts, is now clerking for Mr. A. T.
Patillo, of Osteen.
Mrs. H. C. Smith, who left some
time ago for Lake City, writes that
she is quite well now and will return
home in a few days.
Messrs. R. Coxe, S. Ervin and M.
McCullough, of Lake City, are the
guests of H. C. Smith this week.
These young men intend to pack or-
anges here this winter.

I5100 Reward 00oo.
Tiln* reat.h r *,f this ipape'r will he- pleac..d
Io talitt thlict i. :it Ihast <,Igi d readfu!
*lij.:ei. t r. Iir,' h;t, i, ..ii :ailIc to cur< ini
alt it. ...Ut>,-. ;<1, that Is < at;nr h. H;>ll' ',
tarnh i ure is thn nily l.-itiv. 'ne kloin
,to th ;.'., li,: ,l :':' <'';tv it rrh l'iung .1
<'>Ior 'i: iti. il:I q;? l sii t i art e it i i M .l'll l-ti
tiu i:.i tr. *tts' lr :. tli, k,s irrlh 4.'rit i,
tki l ?.tsi lli..l. ;.<'t.ta;i :. a lly ulpos thf
'l. l ;,i .i aj siilr., i, "I.irl"...r', si t!:e .y! ,f iI.
t.i-e. :iiiml i\ n I2i t lh," :*iti il strel|th in
lililaihL.- iap tih c*isat i sat i a iil :L-bi2tilig
iat ire ih tiin it.,, work Th1 p'l > ri|etor
hi V' -, iil- lln :*itli i ts i l- e'rr;a ivs. I ,r:,
t I:tt lhsy nt,!i, '* > i" utu ilrld I ls Iir t'r iny
sLc' th;Lt it f;.il ii lc re. S, ai' IsI" li..t ,of t<--
tint itsii ls.
\Aidla.-.. F. J. CIIENE\" 44 '.. "r,.c ,,. 4,.
H,1l h; ln-iily :ii.ts 7.H.
Hull'b Famnt ily 'il arte th,. |n-t

Prominent Floridian in Trouble
James Harvey Witherspoon Phil-
lips, whose long name was on the last
Democratic primary ballot in the list
of candidates for the Denver delega-
tion, is in trouble in Asheville. The
story is told as follows by the Pensa-
cola Journal of Friday:
"Sheriff Van Pelt received a tele-
gram from the governor of North
Carolina advising him that the re-




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Balance cash on hand Sept. 1
Amount received inSept., 1908



Less warrants paid in Sept.,
1908, and warrants deliver-
ed to county commiion-
er and board of public in-
struction -..-------- 4,887.00
Balance cub on hand Sept. 1,
19 ---------------11,121.28
This amount is held as fol-
Deposited in Indian River
State bank, a per cashier's
certificate attached to
monthly statement, other
banks and checks and
drafts in safe ---.----- 11,121.28
The balance belonging to each fund
are as follows:
County revenue---General
fund_ -------_-- ..$ 6,290.78
County road and bridge fund 4.75
Building fund ----... 13.82
Fine and forfeiture fund -.. 633.94
Special road fund Dis. No. 1 96.68
S2 ** 302.29
" "3 968.28
S" 4 265.65
" 5 539.90
Game warden fund..------ 1,930.51
Property of deceased persons
fund _.-. ... 26.82
County school fund .... 13.11
Special school fund "C" state
aid _.. .. 33.75
Total $11,121.28

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felt better for years. '
"Lifferentinmeir hrs of my family have I M Trte.
used it alo, and have only words of 'UMp-- aid Iudd Trewi.
praise to speak for Peruna." Mr. John N. Watkins, 31 a hctna-
Attrtes alth to doah Ave., St. Louis, Mo., writes:
Williaim : iev,.S 1 St, N. E., Wash- "Anmong all the greatly advertised
ingtoo, D. C., Past Col. Encampment medicines for kidney and ladder
No. .**, 'niun Veteran Legion, and trouble there is nothing which equals
promineintlyv dent iVed with many of Peruna. I suffered for several year.
the great labor protective associations w!th this trouble, -ipcnt hundreds of
in -hieago and New York, and Secre- dollars ,:1 doctor Itid medicine and all
tary of one ot t he largest associations in to no purpose, until 1 took Perna.
the former city, had for nearly thirty "One bottle did me more good than
years been afflicted with kidney troubles. all the others put together, as they only
Within a short period he has been poisoned my byitein. Perunacured me.
persuaded to try Peruna, and his present I I used it for four mouths before a con-
hea'.thy condition is attributed to his plete cure was accomplished, hut am
judicious use of that great remedy. He truly grateful to you. The least I can
considers himself now quite cured and do in return is to acknowledge the
in excellent physical condition. merits of Peruna."
People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Should Buy Peruna Tablei

Heavy steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, im't ito
No chance for weakness in any part; uniformly strong. The reasons tor the superiority of ELLWOOD Pri O
are not hard to find. This company owns and operates its own iron mines and furnaces; its own wire mills
and ax large fence factories-eltger one of the six being larger than any other fence factory in the world
These facts should be convincing. w

For Sale by the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., Ean Gallie, Fla.

The first wor l di-e i i the Waldeert
A'.toria. New Y')rk. e:aeh slat i- A tI
lprepaFrtk'n of I-epaklot for 1 2"'14' *!I
pltkyees. The lust (of these ?neaals i-
served usually Wefowe the tar iest ri-
lug gitest sleeiily tolers bi- ti aini-t
coffee. thinl.iu- hg b sei'el :wsaherL ,,
to lie breakfaisting at sucb an hour.
Yvel lauam. woa.-wak. iii i-d.4varifa-.isIj
Sia'wqah -otF* Jbt a. plaina cam-t -ofl].#%liver.
Buruik I Bloud Bittem toaa 11 liver an-l 4suint-
&ch. promuutr- adip-mitisia. puritit's the hlsIodl.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak. any length. Also plow-



...Strawberry Plants...
My plants are grown with the view of ornodrin..

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te awhile Pin l h. Trhe -
i urn pape a, id the tei -
l bee forwarded to te arif at
AhevMile. tSwi Van Plt wlM
probably leave today for Asheville.
Phlips who i wekow in Pe-
Neola, is of aprominent Foiridafan-
ily. He wasa mandate in the re-
cent primaries for delegate to the
Democratic convention, but was de-
feted. For several months prior to
and a few week sinee this he had
been in Pen.eola, traveling for
wholesale firm. Recently he went to
Asheville, where he was arrested.
From what can be learned by the
sheriff, however, Phillips intends
fighting extradition to Florida, and
for this reason requisition papers
were applied for, and have been
granted. It is alleged that Phillips
embezzled more than $100 from Bow-
ser & Co., a Fort Wayne, Ind., firm,
the money being secured from C. C.
Bradley and others of this city."

County Treasurer's Statement
October 1st, 1908.



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Efx L Von Ko rnow,

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AMI ^ itr 0w ia o
ta en the P.thlO
Mette v? Now, tha bjat
etbhetad a ap meI tha t Jem
pwal ty e ad patly t, sad the
I up *bOf ea The sheep I@s the
am dip- ft ether w.I-- tr the a es
hg pper teth." Adtata C otta..
Advie PFrm a Thief.
"A saequalntaace of mle had a
queer e*x leoe the other day." aid
a man who has not much faith In say-
thing "A short time ago be wa Intro-
duwed to a pkikpocket by a friend The
plekpocket It one of the best la the
burl.ue .
"My friend didn't think anything
more about him. but the other nlght
he waS It a I ioon. after he had been
relebratlng moat of the day He was
pretty happy. and the pickpocket came
ht. My friend had a diamond stud In
his te with a screw attachmat. The
pickpocket walked up.
"'oo may not remember ma' he
aid. *but I met you the other aight
wtth bo04ad-e Take a bit of advice
tlm M. Too may low that shiner of
ars tI youre not caretuL'
he the pickpocket looked at thM
diammd. He sad the crew attach-
mest wouldn't stop a good thief from
etttlg the diamond, bt he could fi
thate He faSed sard it his pockets
and produced a rubber band which be
tied around the Icrw.
"'Now,' he id, they can only get
your stem by bting it of.'"-New
Tork sU.


ChUidre' Teeth
75 per cent of the children in this community are in need of dental
Fhcal deformities, ain, half nourished bodies, bad breath and allied
ailments are the remslt 0 neglect.
Mr. and Mrs. Parent, it's your duty to see that your children have a
fair start n life. See to their teeth.
Care of the Teeth
A visit to the dentist at least twice a year is the best possible care you
can give your teeth, try this.
Replacing Lost Teeth
There is no excuse for any man or woman to be without teeth.
Elegant clothes may make you appear like what you want people to
think you are but the care you bestow upon your teeth indicates what you
really are. What right have you, anyway, to approach people in business
or socially with a mouth full of teeth so badly decayed that your friends
are compelled to step back when you begin to speak. Haven't you noticed
them do it?
Artificial Crowns
Can be so nicely adapted that detection is impossible. When a tooth
is pasmed filling have a porcelain crown fitted to the old root, making it use-
ful as ever. Everyone admires nice looking teeth. The knowledge that
yours are well cared for will be a great satisfaction to you.
Artificial Sets of Teeth
When your old friends are gone, either through neglect or use, get the
kind that do not ache, that do not have to be filled, crowned or extracted.
Get good ones, get the best that can be had. Even then they will not be
any too good.
Do not get so "dadbinged" stingy that you try to save a little money
on a set of teeth. save it on a coffin, but buy teeth that will make people
si$ up and admire you.
Teeth Without Plates
When you have teeth put in without plates you are beginning to show
signs of living in the 20th century. Teeth without plates offer you all the
blessings and advantages of natural teeth. They are immovable, self
cleansing, artistic and in every way represent up-to-date dentistry.
But get the new sanitary bridge as we make it.
Extracting Teeth
What a horrible thing it use to be to have part of one's anatomy taken
hold of, shook, pulled and twisted until something gave way.
All that is done away with. Today extracting teeth is easy. It can
even be performed while you sleep. If you do not want to pay for a lodg-
ing you can have a tooth extracted by the use of a South American anaes-
thetic, which makes it entirely painless. Even the children say -I never
felt it." Try it next time.
Some of you people who think you can buy things in Europe, Asia or
Africa cheaper than you can at home and are perfectly willing to let stu-
dents and inexperienced men work on your teeth, just so you get it for 30
cents, should take a look at Chicago prices. I have them in my office, you
may see them, they are 25 per cent higher than what I charge you. I could
not stay in this town a week if I did te kind of work you get in that kind
of an office. Your home dentist spends $2,000 in the town every year.
Some one is getting some of it all the time, next time it may be you.
Fillings for which I charge $1.00 are $1.50 and $2.00 in the cheap Chi-
ago offices.
Dental work is the cheapest thing in Titusville.
Another Thing Worth Considering
When you have your work done at home you have someone interested
in your teeth, someone who feels the responsibility of their care and you
wil be surprised and should be pleased with the number of little courtesies
your dentist will extend to you from time to time, that, also, should be ap-
pr The Kind of Dentist You ted.
The Kind of Dentist You Patronize ia Another Thing
&_ a f- --

.iaeuwlt demand I
O'do VAh~inil" of 6 the WOuid
i Uqald kh lv eu md ,d km-u
das MW eW a slimple leO andW

wa ; a laAive whimh physiire endeM
m tIes w ftamE bemases ls a- c

pOIpt, ia n ew .
In supplying that demad with ith it ex-
eeat mbf.- t o Syrup do Fip ad
liir of sema, the Clifornia Fg Syrup
Co. peeed alo ethical lioe sad rlie
oe the meit of the laative for its remark-
That is ome of many rseOao why
Syrup of Fi sad Eir of Bemna given
the prfereWee by the Wel-Informnd
To get it. beacial edfests always buy
the genuine-manufactured by the Cali-
forai Fig Syrup Co, only, and for sale
by a leading dnPyt. Price fifty cent*
pr bote.

Teacher--Johnny. can yon tell me
how many Mea~ons we have?
Johnny-Tes. ma'am: two-baseball
and football.-Chicago News.


The Same Mistake is Made by
Many Titusville People
It's a common error
To plaster the aching back,
To rub with liniments rheumatic
When the trouble comes from the
Doas Kidney Pills cure all kid-
ney ills.
Lee Rogers, carpenter, First st.,
Sanford, Fla., says: "Last spring I
had a severe attack of lumbago and
was unable to get around for several
days. My back was so lame that it
was difficult for me to dress myself
mornings. I used plasters and rub-
bed myself with liniments but could
get no permanent relief. A friend
finally advised me to tryDoan's Kid-
ney Pills, which I did. In a few
days after beginning their use my
back felt stronger, and by the time I
had finished the contents of one box
the lameness and pain in my back
had disappeared. Iam now able to
work every day without the least in-
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Notice is hereby given that, under and by
virtue of executions receive by me simulta-
neously and issued out of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county, Florida, against John I.
Walker and H. B. Mace. partners trading un-
der the firm names and style of John R. Wal-
ker & Co.. and the Walker Hardware Co.. in
which the following parties are plaintitii in
iu the several suit, viz :
Mcllwaine. Knight & Co.: Erunet L. Rhodes
& ('o.;S.'hw&h Clojiing ('C; ('arter Churcl-
ill Co.; The egal Manufadturing Co.; H. B.
Clafiu Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead &
Color Co.: Augustus Wright Co.: C. H. & E. S
(ioldburg: Frank & Co.; Atkins, McKelden &
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply ('..
Tho Reoenfeld Co.. and Bridgford & Co.:
I have levied upon and will sell at public
auction to the highest and best bidder for
cabh, during the legal hours of sale, on Mon-
day, the second day of November. A. U..
19O., at the courthouse door of ,Brevard
county, the following real estate of said de-
fendants situated in Tituaville, Brevard
county., Florida. towit:
"ltS one (1) and two C2) of Hutchiuson'si
uhl livision of laud described in Deed Book
"'.." page 212, Brevard County. Florida ReC-
ords. being a part of Block D of LeBarou's
maap of Titusville, Florida, as tiled in the
clerk's office of Brevard county. k lorida. said

subdivision rccorded in Ikeed Book "M." on
page .99. Brevard County Records, and all
the buildings. outbuildings and attachments
and tixtures thercou."
Said real estate will he sold subject to the
balance due on a mortgage held on said p.op-
erty by Gro. M. Robbins. which balance is
Fifteen Hundred ($1.500) Dollars and ac-
ti tied itiiaere.t at seven (7) per cent from .Lay
15. 1908 'The said mortgage i6 recorded iii
Mortgage Book "M," on page 104. and the
asig ituent thereof to> (;eo. M. Roaihins is re-
corded in Book No. 2 of Asiigiweuitah 4,f
Mortgage, on page 39.
I will also sell the following real estate ut
the defendants in Titusville, Florida, at the
same time and place, towit:
Beg iuuing at the northeast corner of Block
"K," in the town of Titalsville. Flhiida. t'laii
thence rain west along the north boundary ,of
said block a distance of 9W.A1 feet t4o the
northwest corner of lot two (\2) of said block;
thence run south along the west line of said
lot 2 a distance of 54 feet: thence rin n.ia-t
parallel with the nu rth line of said lot 2:1
distance of 99.-3 feet to Hopkins str,!::
thence run north along Hopkins str ctl a li.-
tance of 54 feet to the place of b.giilninI. Iw-
ing the north .4 feet of lot two t2) of Blhwk
"K." according to LeBaron's map of Titus-
ville on record in the notice of the clerk of the
circuit court for Brevard county. Florida.
Said rl estate will be offered in selprate
parcels in the order above descrit)ed.
I will also. during the legal hours of sale.
on the said 2nd day of November, lotN, offer
for sale 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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Handle the Finest Lines of

Heavy and Shelf Hardware

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

Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties

Quotations for large or small orders will
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Rstvblished 1886. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida
Country Accounts a Specialty
Write us, call on us, or we will call on you
The Capital of this Bank, $100,0, combined with Surplus,
$250,000 and stockholder's liability of $1S means a fund of
$450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
this careful consideration
J. T. Dismukes, President
G. B. T.mar, Vice President and Cashier
Reginald White, Assistant Cashier


Titusville, Florida

Evervthimn, hrbnd new. Elaborately furnished. Sl;a,'i,.' ,.,rridlors.
Ev, rv r, inl ;in i,iitmihl! one. V\'eitilatiou plunihiii i a,,m il h htiiig pterect.
-. feet ncl.nled piazzas.
I ue acre of orinamenital rtuiminl. mairrounded by primeval p:imus. Its
surroundingi luost conducive to solac., rest and recreation. Accll:Aucldates
forty. The Palmlunrstt porter mects aill trains. Itntes rre:omiable.
Proprietor Manager

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T.Oer m of Experts
AM to These Iejured In

iaOr ka and. those
1b realms brawls, hI charge
I gs A-f the Ualvatlon Army
I t vt a firt aid to the
OWd, r patr the saloon and
t a dthtlet of Cleveland. 0..
he ofa W thealight
(Orm y., eorp of trained
IB have Goas shalmar work. but
li the eaM of an ambulance.
,Sf te ommbers of the Cleve-
I qSr rW are Introducing the
Si te Unlted state are them-
a ermanm ad have had practical
ll-nso t their own country along
k ^ u W. rank McClure, ape-
SOrbveld cornpondent of the
Amele. Times. The addition of
eNbhalaa. they say. is a decided
=k Tsk almlaace now la use ki a
em but one especially de-
ed and equipped will be ready
nteeV tIo a ew weeks. The new
a is attretng much attention in
elad and is bringing notable re-

'-ar a of the corps wear the but-
t ao the National rFlat id to the
Amesetlae of tAmeric, of
eh blaM Bartba is president. Each
S has made a study of rendering
"t aid to the Jnjured tn accordance
WMb mes~a elemcs
Rb member of the corp is also
equipped with a thrill whistle, which
Is at~ed to the froet of the coat or
reas. The workers, going to com-
paota of two or three Into the aoto-
riou distretsl leave the ambulance
$aandtag tn care of one of the anm-
l:er at some point on the street. and
when they and some ome who needs
help ow of those who make the discov-
ery bws his whistle, and the ambu-
lance come quickly to the scene.
Nach member alo has the red cross
upea e sleeve, ad one nl each de-
tashmnt oa the workers carries a lan-

Mia fe d m saloons who are so
nakt that they are to all appearance
primlya are picked up on a stretcher
Ml taem to a arlvatlo Army shelter.
WhI mext day they become sober they
ae iesr good advice and seat to their
bea if they have homes, and em-
aleat; If not. they offer them work
ad feed and shelter. All are Invited
to atad the religious meetings and
re to start lift anew.
May a man is found In the late
bn ofa the night bleeding as the re-
alt of a saloon browl. His wounds are
bhadaed by careful hands, and If he i
aeriou y injured or unconsclous he is
take-s the Salvation Army ambu-
lam to one of the city hospitals. When
he is able to leave the hospital he is
vifsted by some of the members of the
corps who rescued him and is offered
every assistance to keep on his feet
sad become a man.
Also tn the Tenderloin girls are found
drunk or helpless from being drugged
perhaps. These girls are taken to the
resce home of the Balvation Army.
The corps in making Its rounds at
might la search of the downfallen and
unfortunate carries with it religious
tracts and also little tin plates bearing
a verse of Scripture. which are placed
in the hands of all who will accept
them. Coming Into a place where men
and women are drinking. th. members
of the rescue corps introduce them-
solve* with the words: "God evening'
Ood bless you all! We are bringing
you some tracts." When they find
some one who takes the tracts with
much lutertet and seems willing to
listen the workers talk with him. Thus
far In the pursuit of this work they
have not been roughly treated either
by saloon keeper or visitors.
The police in Cleveland are frienlidl
to the plan -in f.:wt, It i in :arordance
with the "Golden Rule" policy now In
torce iu Cleveland that a man found
drunk hall be taken home rather than
to Jail, especially If It is his first of
ease. .
The work of the new ambulance an 1
corps of rescue workers has been lu
progrea but a few weeks, but in that
time 20 street have been patrolled.
1456 ealoos have been visited and 2,tO)
tract and tin plates have been dia
tribmted. sometimes the corps contain
uea Its work until 8 a. m.
Deinite results and instances of per
imneat good are beina chronicled right

S iqms Ani diraeft wbmre two

pihd d Of thWe hitMlam Army b
S beit on -s the amr
Om Mme hms innime-
ti chars of the ambOlLace aad corps
nw at wrk.

Miami Us a u--tsu-bosh
Nea e CseL a serant In the home
of Ma. Oliver Byon at Loeg Branch,
N. J.. recently discovered a nickel im-
bedded In the backbone of a butter.
ah while preparing the Ish for the
today meal.

Why Jams Lae Got Well
Everybody in Zaneville. 0.. knows Mrs.
Mary Lee, of rural rote 8. She writes: M
husband, James Lee, drmly believes he owes
his life to the use of Dr. Kings New Discov-
ery. His lungs were so severely affected that
consumption seemed inevitable, when s
friend recommended New Discovery. We
trieditanditsse hs restored himtoper-
feet health." Dr. Kihg's New Discovery is
is the King of threat and lung remedies. For
oughs and cold it has no equal. The firt
dose gives relief. Try it! Sold under guar-
antee at Banner Drug Store. 50e. and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.

Selarolif Manor, N. Y, to Have Great
Station For Airships.
In expectation of the near solution
of serial navigation and in preparation
for the time when that sport will be-
come as popular as motoring the man-
agement of a hotel at Briarcliff Manor,
N. Y., is having plans prepared for
the erection of an Immense airship re-
ceiving and dispatching platform on
the roof of the botel.
The details are being worked out by
a panladelphis architect who designed
the hotel. An addition is being plan-
nad also, and it is upon this addition
that the airship station will be built.
Work upon the building will be rushed
to completion in order to have It ready
for occupancy by next spring.
The platform, which will cover the
entire roof and extend several fet
beyond, will be given up exclusively
to the aus of avitors. The only ex-
ceptUo to this will be the entrance to
the etatoe, which will enable guest
to go direct from their 1Wing machines
to the other parts of the hotel.
Extending the entire W.0 foot length
of the building and several feet beyond
on treetlework will be a starting track
upon the proper slope. At one aide
will be enormous barns in which sev-
eral airships may be stored overnight.
The plans also call for a completely
equipped repair shop.
One of the most dUlcult problems
which confronted the architect when
he started work upon the unique plans
was how to provide for receiving fly.
nlg macheita by night. This he final-
ly solved by a special lighting arrange-
ment by shaded lights which cannot
confuse the operator. Another strong
beam of light will be thrown from a
shaded parabolic reflector directly up-
ward to guide distant aviators to the

Plants on Plerida Keys.
The sisal plant promises to do a
great deal on the lower Florida keys.
Parties are beginning to cultivate the
plant on a small scale, and If it can be
made a success sisal as an import
should altogether cease, for we have
hundreds of little islands that are well
adapted to the growth of this valuable
plant, says the Homeseeker. Vanilla.
camphor, castor bean and new tropical
fruits are also being introduced ou
the central keys at OG-ean city. An ex
quisite mango, rich as peaches and an
free from fiber as any custard. Is ;ilsn
being experimented with and promise,
wonderful results.

Nasology Palmistry's Rival.
Palmistry has a rival Ii the new for
tune telling scien-ee. nasolugy. whlili
has been of late winning ctnll ienll in
Paris. An elderly lady r'el ien;i '.s,
up lu the Latlu ntiiter. wIl',v;r -h,
reads careers in the noses pre.ei;tel1 I
her. Rhe is doing a flourishllhi ht:,;
ness. Everybody has uDose. ;land thi-
new method of its examlilirinal :'I'
peals to the credtlous. he old htdy
looks long and carefully at her visitlor's
nose through a micros-ope. and she
finds better Inldications in the marks
and lumps than ever she feou;d beforen
in the lines of the baud.

IN.Witt' Kicdny aini ilbtllle.r iill' :r.ine j.;
what you ialed an.I whaI t you s$l,,lu'il get right
away for paili in the h tck. hack w'he. rhe.i-
matisi. pains, anda all uriinury andI hlaldler
trllhlcs Thlou a ndal of peOpla* millerr fl',Ilt
kidney noil ladder tio b'e and d<, iiit knit
it. They think it is a cold r a strain. I,s't
take any chauc'e.. (;tt I)tWitt's Kidney ;tn'l
Bladder Pills. They are antieptic. ;and
promptly s.othe the pain. lmu't 'lil t 1-
siat upon lt-Witt'. Kiylu v an:tnat Bl:taid r I'; Is.
We sell then. Sold hy Banner l)r ,v St.,r<."


The 6al, Onse T"hetM Wertesss
Full of Alehel.
Another wild desert plant that grows
profusely upon nany million of acres
of land In the noqntasin~m region of
western Teas now Is being ued as a
profitable source of revenue. It is the
aotoL which is said to be found in no
other parts of the United States. It is
of quick, sturdy growth. It long has
been known that alcohol could be made
from this plant, but it is only within
the last few months that steps have
been taken to utili::e this knowledge in
a commercial way by the manufacture
of denatured alcohol from the large
bulb which forms a paSrt of the growth.
says the Kansas City Star. This litill
is situated just above the ground :ind
frequently is a foot nl diameter. The
percentage of alcohol which it contains
is said to be larger than any other
known product.
It was not until in the last sessito of
congress that authority was granted
for the manufacture of denatured :tl-
cohol from the sotol plant. As a re-
sult of this federal permission a sotol
distillery has been established at El
Paso. and large shipments of the satol
bulb are being made from the Alpine
section to that place for conversion
into the denatured product.
When the early Spanish explorers
first penetrated the region along the
Rio Grande river below Alpine more
than two centuries ago they found that
the Pueblo and other Indian tribes had
a knowledge of the alcoholic proper-
ties of the sotol plant. Primitive
stills were in operation, from which a
fiery white liquor was obtained. The
Indians were wont to indulge freely
In this native Intoxicant. The so:ol
liquor still is a favorite beverage
among the Mexicans of the border.
The American cowboy of this regi n
has an intimate knowledge of the
"fighting" qualities of this liquor. It
Is one of the phases of initiation which
the tenderfoot is always put through
upon the border ranches,
"The main objection to the stuff is
that you've got to run a mile to get
your breath after you have taken a
drink of it." said a cowboy the other

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
trouble. Just as soon as the couah appears
treat it with Ballard's Hgrhound Syrup the
standard cure of America Use as directed-
perfectly harmless. A cure and preventive
for all diseases of the lung. Price 2c, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Tituaville
Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.


Why They Have Organized In North
Carolina's Cotton Belt.
The Night R!der has made his ap-
pearance In North Carolina at last. lie
differs from the Kentucky species in
that the Tar Heel product is a cotton
grower instead of a tobacco raiser. A
special dispatch recently received at
Raleighb. N. C.. from Cleveland county
states that a large cotton ginner whose
establishment Is near Shelby has been
served with written notice from a
band of cotton growers who are bent
on keeping the new crop of cotton
from being rushed upon the market.
The threats warn the gunner that the
cotton farmers in the lead of the move-
ment are "determined that cotton shall
be held till the price reaches 12 cents
and that in order to facilitate the ad
vance in price It has been determined
that all ginning of raw cotton shall
cease for the present."
The ginuuner Is then notified that un-
less be shall close his gunnery until
cotton has reached the price of 12
centa Night Riders will take care of
tioth him and his establishment. andl

the six-crific threat is made that the
Oil.::rv will 1 burned if the order 4t
the Nighbt miers is 1 lot cinmpli.-.'iA ,. :Ii

ti" Of tlhe priliailla:i il l*;.' Il;: )11 I
-lita e'-mowiitof (ottoi t'.r ~'*"f :

..i .A11,101s i ~I' %% s oiu'kr-!.'a*'iI.'Ii
tle :ii-%%v raaiop 4)f !bi T' i

uiim elers wid jlsb~v-r law .!ei.

More Than Enough Is Too Much
T'p, uailiatill health. a ma I i IILm II -pi %I%
tiiha lievols t Jili i ,amaOaa t', i I tooi 14 p.,ir t fie
V.'tAtcnt i Nlidul o V ei- i .v eawl hol'dVlbe-at. The-
hab itual e-'alollsit bti-ijll' at' h4ij a laM'e th ali .
hijet'emary 1`4 them~. liiirNl'%e-ei i-, t .' Iprhzu
caused tof 'a i i e'h t IiI leli-.. r iteu ia!i in ait,,
oii.nlesr -%il- ''the ki-Itaey'a 1i tireulatelu vaith
iizai~z ~ ~ rfi.,i. 1'' it* '.'ar dslt. lit ro-a.mana 'tad
user ;aapeot it eito t o rae! amil t ke a !t*V t.a.''
(hA?:1lN-rlutins S %tialuiACh 3141 i i' ii,
Mill I .%011 %%.lli -A1-11 tIX- All ri--h i I
altB 'au t a 'tvil* ePhi aruca.

Mrm.Grumpy-Women have aU Web


Plumbing and


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Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
S ,- and cheerfulness soon
T disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
-'J- or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
That it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
neys. If the child urin-
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon i*. the cause of
the difficulty i. kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
W. men as well as men are made mis-
erab;e with kidnev and bladder trouble.
an bb3h need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollarLh
size.;. You may have a
fifkA i.f-A *-^ :t ^aOd^^Paaiuaaaa

Nan-What are you going to wear to
the party this evening? Fan-Every
thing that you've told me isn't becom-
ing to me.-Chicago News.


Is one whore health absds.
With impure Mood there Co
not be good hblth.
Withadisordered UVERtthM
mast be good blood.

rvivvlfy tbhetor p VER adr ~re
':s natural action
A heMithy LIVER me ipu
PWood. -am
Heal th g hAppmlees.
Take no eS-b-s-. AN .rgg.

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~ .r

I OLraminngs
Anyone lending a skebeh and deserptIon may
quickly Ascertain our ta Qpj,, ufeewhter an
saivesatonis peobabtypi= ao& Co
tliiaS Sitigetly ofdeflt aLH bok n Pts
ment. free&Oldest alency for mcrnpana
P. totaken ith nro. breceive
0=11 eti withutb clarIn t e
Scdedk Ilmerkag.
A baadsomeiy Illustrated We. I. t ere .
culsMuOf of an9 eIeiatilic Isournd. Terms. 3 a
Year: tour month&,. *LSold by all w'gdmete.
MUII & Co.seumrsaiu, NewYtIrk
Onmwb OIMce 5 r Lt. W. mskaD.


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Net Needed.
Dr. Joshua Babcock of Westerly,
R. I.. was a friend of Benjamin Frank-
lin and was often the host of the phi-
losopher on his frequent journeys to
and from Boston.
Those were the days of warming
pans, and on the occasion of a passing
visit of this sort lu the bitter winter
weather Mrs. Babcock. according to
the author of "A llhttory of the Epis-
copal Church In Narragausett. Rhode
Island," asked Dr. Franklin if he
would have his bed warmed.
"No. madam; thank 'ee." was the
characteristic reply of the man of Iron
constitution, "but if you will have a
little cold water sprinkled on the
I have no objection."
Dentistry For Dogs.
West end dentists lu London have
added a new department to their Puai-
neas by allotting certain hours of their
working days to doctoring show dogs'
teeth. The price for scraping and
cleaning a dog's teeth is $.25. for re-
filling and cleaning one tooth, $1.25;
for making a bicuspid or incisor. $4.3;
for a canine or grinder. $5.25. A ftll
set of teeth for a dog costs from $100
to $135. Dentistry for dogs is said to
be a necessity, particularly for show
dogs. A decayed tooth in a show
dog's mouth means loas of points in

Indian Summer.
Sunny days
Soft with ham.
Retless winds a-flltting
Through the trees
Every breese
With the brown leaves twitting,
Not a bloom
Whose perfume
Tempts the honeyed hummer.
Eson the grass
'rtap and crass-
That Is Indian summer.
Every tree
Coming winter noting.
Every cloud
Like a shroud
White and mystic floating,
Not a bird
To be heard.
But one wee newcomer
(('C Jvadeei
Ceeaslesily -
That is Indian summer
Worry s trace
On the face
Of the needy person.
Thoughts of those
Winter clothes
Almost set him cursin'
W;iere's that coin
He was goln'
To save up? Ah. Ilummer
Grows his brow
Thinking now
Of his plans last summer.
-Kansas City Times.

Women as Well as Men

Are Made Miserable by

Kidney Trouble.


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Perry's Seeds
are the best known and
the imist reliable seds rw
Every package ha behind It the reputatio
of a house whose bulnge standards are the
highest In the trade.
-Ty Ii9 Seea4 ADmM wM be mio VrnFs
to ail srpkaMit It eaouir oelooi pias.r mtuy
!r ,-,1r19. sp All krlet. prT*i* sist lIr. Lu
1hr ; Ftlour Bea liaveus te to ,U. sM for t.
0 may P & ., DIe fte Mies.

There i no need of anyone a Ber-
ing long with this disease, fos to
elect a quick cure it i only neces-
sary to take a few does of


Ooli, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Comedy
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-
uable for children and is the means
uf Av; *r the lives of many children
each year.
In the world's history no medicine
has ever met with greater success.


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4" 1,I9h

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sdb~ bambal

1 abe-

a-mliwhe is v ittll. almes_
bd il, e Mrs. Bewns

e orrtureo towad lUe
1w huThe "MeM had gm
'WO thet sem befoi e s1 e ease to ga
-. itNo tmlr thes to t t o nest
NW. James Nsi.d "Den't you koew
e Ja le.trr
tbw y pte," asweres J -
Ate poel e rM tely pwrd, "but
Ur he ao t of yoe. 1I- dn*t pose
e was as Uath of yoa"-Woman's

Was Ut d to It
On a wry hot Sunday morning
Jamen was reqid to company hi

That vwa contrary to the boy's a

Father." saMi the ttle*chap. "why
mu people go to ureth when t Is

* Mysoeo" his father replied "Satan
a t roeAnta much In hot weather as
Fat so time,"
O" bai the boy, "but Satan
doesn't minad hot weather!" Public
The Market In Calte.
We believe that there s still omeI
market for cauls among sailors. who
r tan thetr belle tIn the efcacy of the
-mebranes as a protection against
shipwreck and drowning. Notices of
COals For Bale Within" were to be
sw recently In windows tI the vicn-
Ity o the dock ot both Londw and
rverpool. but It is some time aince
we have noticed an advertisement of a
at fr awae In the dally press. It
ay be remarked that the sale .f caul
Star freo beieg a very anciet eao
tmI, is a optravtiely modern lane-
vatito. Th wItehcraft of the middle
e declaed against the caul retain-
In any virtue whatever If parted with
by gift or sale to any but a member of
th child's kladred.-Londona ancet.
Eating the Oetepma.
At Atlantic City one day a fisherman
caught an octopus, a rare fish in those
waters. The octopu, which resembled
a frayed 'and ruined football of brown
leather, was carried home by the fsh-
eamn to a bucket of water.
"What am I going to do with it?"
he ald. "Why. I'm going to eat It
I' almost as oon eat octopus as sea!-
lops. I am a traveler, and I learned
la Italy and France the octopus' ex-
cellence. You can't give an Italian of
the Riviera or a Frenchman of the
northwest coast, where the rfsh
abounds, a more welcome dish. What
doea it taste like? It tastes like scal-
lops or like tripe and oysters."-Phila-
delphia Bulletin.
His Desserts.
They wanted an original closing epi-
asde for the great melodrama. Ordl-
marily the baffled villain walks away,
with a flippant sneer, and the sheriff
meets him at the left upper exit. but
this was old and crude. So the play-
wright set his wits to work with the
following result:
Just as the villain uttered his fare-
well curse the low comedy servant
rushed fd forward and after smiting him
over the head with a suet pudding vio-
lently pushed a custard pie In his face.
"Waste no sympathy on the wretch,
my darling," the hero remarks to the
rescued heroine. "He has received
only hbis Just desserts!"
Quick curtain.-Kansas City Inde-
Too Much For One.
"1 am looking for my son," said a
sharp featured woman recently enter
Ing an olBce building in Washingtoun.
where she found the Janitor sitting at
tbhe entrance tipped back in a chl:ir
"Have you seen him? He's a tall. slim

"Very tall, was he':" asked the jani-

"'Very and slender."
"I think I saw him here a minutE

"Where was he?" demanded the we
"Well, madam," replied the Janitor.
"as nearly as I could make out. he
wa on the frrt and second flMors."-

^^^HHW Why dUi't

sMi.wma r st o me ao his
depd wK was ultai o U la Mac
em er te arst at e nterrft-
or 2- a-. det ew the randai

matat him en m mty. Whe they
ae PFtashI the aneneary papers
we -t t hnd to comflt the prison
r to Jll. The deputy wold not take
imta ho el beume he would hav
o pay t bill aot eo his own pocket
M Ihe teak him to the marshal's ofae
to pMs the ngt there The deputy
wa y and the aoonatrfeiatr sid
he was. S the deputy hand ffe his
puseM1er to hlsmf aad lay down 00
the loeo besldetheate resetea.m A
sef as the deputy was asleep the
emturhltr took his keys from his
pockt, nt*d,4 the maMale and fa
ltoM the looe ed to the register .
Then tOok thb deputy's watch and
what mmey be had and departed.
"Where i your prisoner? asked the
marsha the next morning awakeain
the deputy.
"Doe't that beat all? he replied
a he taued at his handcuff and
bruised h wrist. "Darned If I don't
rve hbe's r me the slp.
Why It Was Chehwr.
Two poorly clad women were pro
eeoding homeward after the exhila-
rtling gaetles of the mothers' meeting.
and'what more natural than that they,
should discuss domestic economy?
Dae ye ken Mrs. Brown, I'm due
teu and nine for gas this quarter, and
I dinna ken bow '1ll get It paid."
"Why not be like me," said Mrs.
Green, "and use the penny In the slot
"But they say It's the dearest in the
'eod. Ye get les gas for your penny.
ye ken, than I get for mine."
"Ayt, but. ye see. It's Just this way
wlI me-I never pit in nae more thbu i
peny at a time, and. ye see. a lot o'
folk comes tae my house at nicht. and
whenever the gas begins to gae down
I Just let on I blnna got a copper.
an' thee is aye somebody ready to
stump up the penny. Obh yes; it's far
cheaper la the endP'-London Express.
A Land Where Women Are Tyrants.
A missionary of long experience in
Basutoland has declared that the men
there are much more often III used by
their beaten wives than vice versa.
The fact is that these women, by their
labor In the fields and their domestic
work, support the men; consequently
the latter are dependent upon their
wives Instead of Its being the other
way about, as with us. and, the field
work making them strong and vigor-
ous. the women are usually quite able
to hold their own if 111 used -for In-
stance, they sometimes bite off their
husbands' ears! However. this does
not make It any easier for a woman'to
become a Christian. because then she
feels it wrong to assert berself and
hit back. and thus she is at the mercy
of her husband, and It is very little
mercy she gets when she refuses to
comply with heathen customs.-Mlis-
sionary Review of the Worll.
Old Turkish Customs.
As long ago as 1613 Coryate visited
Constantinople atd has left a minute
account of its manners and customs.
Among other matters he notes that "it
Is the custom that whemnsoever any fire
ariseth in the city to hang up him in
whose house it Ieglnneth. as now a
cook in whose house It begun was
hanged up presently after the tire ceas-
ed." The Turks themselves, it appears.
were models of good breeding. "The
Turk doth never at the saluting of his
friend at any time of the day or when
he drinketh to him at dinner or supper
put off his turban, as we Christians 10

our hats one to another, but Iboweth
his head and putteth his right band
:1pon his breast. so that he utterly dis-
liketh the fashion that is used amnonc
us of putting toff our hats. Therefore,
when 'h wislieth any ill to his trin'ly
lie prayeth (;'-l to s-nmld im n Io m11':
rest than a t'lhristl:tn's h:lt."
Gallows Work.
A fers to the unpoiloiolharity of h;iii;t'ncri'
ill tlhos*. da.s. co('lii:! issionter 'Pett,
who hai traveled. told P'epys "'how
despicable u thiiin, it is to be a ha':,
111:111 in l'olanld. altholiuih it is a iplite
of credit, ani that In his titime ither't
were s.iome repairs to lie.' imn.iie' ,if i
allow's there. ulhicl was very liie. ol
stone. but uol-Hly 'oulhl lie got t)o unllllii
It till the liurgotiiasler or i:i itor .*I
the town, with all tilt coulaii'is ot ,
those trades \hliibh are neces-.ryv to lbt
used about thlos repairs. tll go i!
the,.ir hIt litai ai'ih t i 'aur in ,t iilita-i lrila r

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o his t ebb m v T the detrmote f
t-e M110 h aa bed I d 0n af-
tu. If be dtasle his mest rle-
tUvs hban e 4mprso-me. If, I 0pit9
of their t priem tbe remain o
stito I his wish to live saroMd an
emisary tall be told ef to kl him."
Hymn UL
A youwt aimed Harry Jorde st at
n Oratmlatlon at em of the eastern
eolegs When be learned the result
e telegraphed to hib people:
"Hymn ver s 5. last two nes.
The anxious father turOed to hi
hymn book and read the eomtrtHlng
"Borrow vanquished. labor ended.
Jorda paa ed."-Phiadelpbia ledget.
A Courlee Fisk.
Tbhe is a Ash with four ey along
the sady shors of tropical American
ses. It Is the anableps and Is unique
amea vertebrates on account of the
divislo of the cornea Into upper and
lower hales by a dark borisontal
stripe sad the development of two
puplst to each orbit One pair of thee
appears to be looking upward, the
other sdewoie.
Cynical Jewtt.
Protessor Jowett' comments on the
young men of Ballol often took the
form of crushing aarcasma. "The col-
leg, Mr. X, thinks highly of you," In
omce said, "perhaps too highly, but not
halt so highly, I am sure, as you thin
of yourself." After a lengthy survey
of one's person. as if one was some
rare animal, he bas been known to ask
of the Instructor. "Mr. A. Is an Intelll-
gent young man. Is he not, Mr. Y.7'
Net the Bey He Wanted.
"So you want a position as offce
"Yes, sir."
"Are you perfectly truthful?"
"Yes, sir."
"Never tell lies. ebh
"No. sir."
"Then you won't do. I want a boy
who can say I'm not here when I am
ind get away with It.'-Chicago Rec-
The Sunflower.

In some countries, notably In the
Russian provinces north of the Cauca-
me, the sunflower serves other pur-
poses besides ornamenting gardens
with ts huge golden bosses. The seeds
are used to make oil, which is employ-
ed both in the manufacture of soap and
in cooking. The stems and leaves are
burned and the ashes used to make
Locking the Telephone.
The telephone began to ring In the
lawyer's office. He unlocked the little
padlock on It, answered the call, then
carefully padlocked it again.
"I always do that now." said he, "on
account of my friends. I didn't the
first month I took the office. At the
end of that month I had a bill of
$53.95, telephone calls. Oh, yes: long
distance and every other kind."-New
York Press.
Rector-Susie. I was sorry not to see
your father at church this morning.
Susie-Please, no. sir. lie went out
walking in the woods. I(ector-Ah. Su
sie, I'm afraid that your father does
not fear the Lord. Susie- ;uess he
does too. He took his gun with him.
His Act.
"Father." said young Si C'ornsilk. "I
have long desired to go on the stage.
and now. with your Ipermission"--
Ilosea ('ornsilk thoughtfully stroked
his flnine colored chin Iw rd.
"'All the world's :a st:iag. miy .1n." tie'
said getuly. "Take that h~' :illd dil
up the potatOt's inl the half :i r', ftild
behiLnd the IIo)LpeI."
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a Ind tw towm ith ndrelative m
M r. and Mn J. L St. Gair spent
IFine Care

& Vit with relate at Orlando. I
SDrk. L A. Peek has returned from i
a few weeks m nt in Nw York. it's ae can that makes 8na AtL
S Mis Ey, of Wabmo, spent Sun- hair! Use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
day and Monday In town with her e aw improved formula, sys-
0 wa a1 brother. tematically, coascdietiously,
wek. Mr. and Mrs. Mathers and daugh- sad you will et results. We
11 moide a ter Kate arrived Friday on a visit to aow it tops falling hair, cures
eaO ia recently. relatives. d druf, ad is a mot elegant
I .anmd daughter Plans are being drawn up for a dress Entirely new. New Exc
al vMt to Maine. new jail which will be bhilt back of bottle. New contents.
i aht utHndle's the town hall. De c sC .e ~ ./r Ms Ar. CO
ml the output of Mrs. Career, of Tropic, has moved S tic N
I 'U eaOr town. in town and has put her children in er 4* .
i eaLter, preacher school for the term. amedoas ss
[In town Cocoa evi- The Eat Coast Lumber & Supply Ayers Hair Vio, as new mad from our E.
M "ready for future Co e having an addition built to ew improed formula, is the laes, most
Sware store. sat, and in every way the very best G
bhair piepa fion ever placd upon the
m- illsmdMesI Woodward The Ladies' Aid society will meet market. For falling hair and deudruft we ha
ew recently moved to our at the home of Mrs. E. Spiller next s the *one great medicine. i the
-woo 1tW so Je. os., n sea. Ar6ila*
ad are eiaged in the fsh Thursday afternoon. --. o .M oi
S. Don't forget the Rally day pro- the Taylor cottage until their own IN
Shas enrg d the ar- gram next Sunday morning at 9:30 house shall be ready for them. They
s : GorSLa yeon man .s at-St. Paul M. E. church. have their younger son, Chris, and DCI
W wweleom Mr. rederick Mr. J. Eby left Monday for Cocoa, their youngest daughter, Lucia, with
*rtow having aeepted the position as ex- them this winter. Mr. Al Wads-
S M. oo is b lUding a rei- pe agent for that place. worth will probably not be down this G
a w Br ard avenue just in Will (Baker, of Stuart, arrived last winter. Miss Mary Wittfeld return-
hlstAtho Methodist chur on the week and has accepted a position as ed with them from a month's visit
ItSS"M lt. clerk in Edge & Co's. store. in Boston and New York. We areD.
SWe not with a great deal of pleas- Beck arrived Sunday from glad to have them all back again.
Sta t Bditr Oslin has surrender- White City and will make her home
I t dn h W hite iy will ake herhom IDeWitt's Little Early Risers are the famous
id to the Lard d joined the Meth here with her son, G. C. Beck. little pill, eay to take. safe, sure and getle.
oft f GAood, Bro. OUn, ed Get Early Ries. They are the best pills
s n wil l Good, besro. Oin. elv- Mrs. Albertine Treutler and niece, made. ze sell them. old by Banner Drug
eln i m es heabeth Hornig, are expected to "omp ay.
aft rt.. h a arrive this week after summer Watson and Williams Electors
fiw i mo s t drnwtha t we rve a spent in Chicago. Populist Candidates for President
Ss la te the e J. Booth, of eorgia, brother of and Vice-President
Srt lmqur. Surely it i th.ouh e- W. I. Booth, of this city, is expected D. L. McKinnon, At Large.
bly -motives they e do this. e to arrive within a few days with his T. J. Bell, At Large. Mail
Mr, ,do nt top, to .consider tf~amily to make their future home. L. H. Kohoon, 1st District.
evil therao attending same. We wil.. o the GleasoW. R. Peterson, 2nd District.
hAt quote from Tom Watson: "Bar- thy oe py e G n Henry Bush, 3rd District.
oma re m the breeders of vice, hot nort of wn.
aed o erime, owners of iniquity and ror Ohapped kin she Liks Good Things
dOig batteries whose business it Chapped skin, whether on the hands or Mr. bs. k. Smith. of Wes Franklin, Me
ik to batter down the school house face may be cred in one night by applyri g ny: "1 like sod thiug and have adopted
S, Chamberialan'aalve. It isaimouequated for Dr. King's New Life Pills as our family lax-
o th churcEh." We wish as to sr e anilea burns ad scalds. For sale by tive medicine, because they are good and do
q0ote the words of this republic's itosvil Phaa.Iey. their work without making a feas about it."
gMatsst (though short lived) orator, "I se habitually frm o. These painle purifiers sold at Banner Drug
a h short lived) orato, .,I"idbred habitually from tipation r. 25C.
7ry W. Grady: "Tonight it en- Doan's egulete relieved and strengthened r
-. an .umble hoe and rll the bowels o that they have been regular
tm an humble hoe ad strk eshe r eow "a-A. vls, career, Sulphurr NOrcK O R.-)IoRtOAIZATION
ro1" from a woman's cheek and to- S prings. Teas. or TaTITUs VILLSC L.UMBR0 co.
orrow it chall Aeng this republic in Notice is hereby given that Frank 8. Battle
borrow it challenges this republic in OBORtvTAWA and Geore C. Bee have t 17th day of
the h f congress. Today it AJuly. 1908, sold and conveyed all of their in-
stribs a rst from the lips of a Mr. Max Ulrich spent Sunday with terst n the rm k nown u the Titusvrlle
Lumber company to their former partner.
starling child and tomorrow levies Mr. Frye at Bonaventure. Henry E. Prmcett mand have ceared to be
member of mid rm. Tht and have eTitud tovill m-
trib-from the government itself. Cora Munson went to Eau Gallie heer omp nyam enni. ed. conists of Hen
here is do cottage humble enough on Tuesday's boat and spent a few E Pritchett and Wtia Pritchett whowil
collect all the accounts due and pay all the
to eeape it, no palacestrong enough days with Rev. and Mrs. Hawk at debtsowing by qid company.
toshutitout. It defies the law when Sarno. s AnKO C. BATL L
iteaanoteoereesuffrage. Itisflexible Mr. P. H. Wittfeld goes about HENaY E. Parrcurrr.
to cajole, but meaciless in victory. It with a most contented air. It is
is the mortal enemy to peace and or- good to have his little housekeeper at East Coast Meat Market
dr, the depoiler of men andterror of home again.
wom c l, the cloud tha t shadows the Mr. Trafford has been in town O. v. DURIN, AGolNT
face of children, the demon that has We ^^
dug more graves and sent more souls looking after his grove. We have-
dug moregraves and sent moresouls heard that they will not move to ---_
numaved to judgment than all pesti- Georgians this season, so the Lyman Florida and
lenc that have wasted life since God
aent the plagues to Egypt and all
wars inee Joshua stood beyond Jeri- Our school opened Monday with i Western
cho. It comes to ruin, and it shall 19 pupils present and prospects of -
profit mainly by the ruin of your several more in the near future. It Weats
aons and mine. It comes to mislead seems good tohear the schoolbell ll
human souls and to crush human again and see the children troop by 01 all K1DQS.

hearts under its rumbling wheels. with books and dinner baskets. neir ne
It come to bring gray haired happy faces and merry laughter 1rixSVILLE, FLORIDA
mother down in shame and sorrow bring much sunshine into older lives.
to their graves. It comes to change Mr. Wadsworth has purchased the 0. A. STEW ART
the wife's love into despair and her Boukee place at Lotus and will move
pride into shame. It comes to stifle the buildings to his Georgiana place ____
all the music of the home and fill it at once. His car of furniture,
with silmee and desolation. It comes which he did not expect for two or Fire Insurance
to still the laughter on the lips of lit- three weeks, has already arrived and p
tie children. It comes to ruin youi he has been obliged to move to the -
body and mind, to wreck your home. Taylor cottage and store it for the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
and it knows it must measure its present in his own house.
prosperity by the swiftness and cer- Mr. and Mrs. Seaborn Wadsworth r s
.n I represent some of the leading
tainty with which it wrecks this arrived from Massachusetts last Sat-companies of the world and any
.,, companies of the world and any
world." urday a. m. and are now located in business entrusted to me will re-
business entrusted to me will re-
ror o Feet ceive prompt andcareful attention
"I have bead Backlen's Arnm aSalve to Ie S E D S
the prper thing to use for tore feet. as well Suckbee's "Pull of Life" Northern rown
as hr hlnlag burns, son, (ut, and all man.- Peigreed Seeds have a reputation of y) years of
nor et kheasmi write Mr. W. Stone. of uccesful seed growing behind them. It pays to
laMhaLi, Me. It is the proper thing, tol.. LA1nt the best. Rp&
ff Is W t i' Sold toder guSriutei st RaoobNble Spec&ialria:-
f'or D bI Itgoldu. s utH (incorporated
e*w T 6 e. Earliest Red Valentine 3.o Bushel (Incorporated
Refugee-Extra Early . 325 Bushel
ChapA alidrent insuramne.Dr. Thomas' New Stringless Green Pod $3.7o Bushel Paid-lp Capital $25.000
eS?1 bS -^t a e'.ar. The" Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Bushel
Blid Oi. tSeo the Min and heash the Davis New White Waox s l.75 Bushel
wodr. AUd4stat'o ml it. Curries Rust Proof wax s.o Bushel This company owns lands in the
A PEAS Indian river country, on the St.
UJU ATTT. E' tra Eary Alaska. .- $5 ushe
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change bought and sold on all foreign countries. PatmapW
appreciated, prompt service, polite treatment, sad over
favor consistent with conservative banking granted
RRESPONDENTS-Empire Trust Company. 42 Broadway, New York CIty; The A
national Bank of Jacksorille, Jacksouvill.e Florida l


series, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
die produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapte' Fertilisers. We deal rzasively
above lie of goods. and solicit the trade of all coasumes. Write us for prims e
ad all Greeries. delivered at'your station. L L. BRADY & BeRO..T-r SvIL. Af.


Sat CureUtitiv. PlriLe
PELL Dr. J. SPELL Registered PlarmcsW


Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock

ritusville Lumber Company;

Saw and Planing Eills Dry Kilns
Manufacturers of

Rough and Dressed
All grades ceiling, siding, flooring
and shingles
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