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 16, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00671
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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ILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908


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EASE AND

ELEGANCE


^B at dMaba of school
at M r Dr S toire
fMe and family are expected
w tomorrow frm New York.
W. H. Mchrland left Mooday
ve after having spent
Yea atr dtuavle.
A M A. W. Bareturaed to her
hm Jak sdamvlle last Stday
a p4ema t v iit of a week in
ear ity.
: r b school trousers
che, Uom hats complete
t btbest good at thea ght prices,
B'- lda t Prmilng's.
Mr. am A. Belher of Miami,
S owarrr dent ofitoillet ha
SbeaS frt to serve as manager of
S the D. oouaty fair.
We me pleased to learn that Mr.
Tly Lova and family are expect-
inigt rt u Ito t Rto uede shortly
to maae that plae tdhir home again.
SMr. and Mrs. Frank Battle moved
Mod from the home they recently
S sold t Mrs. ona R nakrer intothe
Dooan wattage on Washington ave-

Dr. J. 8. Daniel returned from his
vit to Old Vir a the latter part
oflIt WkL. Th trip agreed with
him imm---mly and b has put on
about 10 lbs. avoh dpois.
The board of county commissioners
held an important meeting Wednes-
day and serday to revise the reg-
iatrtion It and prepare the official
ballot hfor te rO ele.tion.
Mr. ad Mr P.G. Walton are
Snow ocwrg a part of the Pritch-
ett cottage w Mr. rand Mrs. F. A.
Mog, giving up poa ion of the
Stel to Mr. Johnston the Arst
of this week.
Dr. Walter Incoln has arrived at
oi6kledge and on Saturday last tried
his fst runabout launch Nancy,
built this summer by Mr. Geo. Gin-
asi for the first time. The motor
a a8 b. p. Jager.
THe Confederate Veterans met last
Friday night. This being a business
meeting dues were paid and officers
elected-Mr. W. S. Nowood, com-
mander, and Mr. Seabrook Sams
adjutant of the camp.
A letter received from Mrs. M. L.
Wetmore states that she expected to
leave for Florida on the 20th inst
She will visit awhile with her friend,
Mrs. Webster in Jacksonville, before
returning to tusville.
Mr. MitchellT:.Jones, ofLaGrange,
the oldest settler in that section, ar-
rived home Friday from Indian
Spring, Ga., where he found great
rli from a dropsical affection that
has give, him trouble for some time.
Mrs. 0. H Nolan of Jacksonville,
is spending two or three weeks in Ti-
tusville with her friend, Mrs. LA.
Brady and the latter expects to ac-
company Mrs. Nolan to the metrop-
olis so as to take in the carnival week,
October 26-31.
Mr. C. J. Denham has just supplied
his home with water piped from a
tank, using a pumping gasoline en-
gine to elevate the water to tank.
Capt. Pritchard has also provided a
pumping station near the electric
light power house to furnish water
for the plant, operated by a pumping
gas engine.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Boat supplies, batteries, paints
Blankets, comforts, spreads
Ostermoor mattress, cotton pads
Globe-Wernicke book cases sectional


Talking nasehine-, records, needles
Book-keeping blanks, tables etc.
CmrA A GARDNrm, 'Phone 342
Piano Player for Sale
Simplex, mahogany, 40 rolls of
music and bench and cover.
T. HALL, Indianola, Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shilo, Fla., on high
ckory hamm Free from white


egance is most often found at the
IzI Iof -t-I and easy footwear
m uthin of shabby old shoes.

IMC A l u Outffac I Wk edeiN reN
tI.r. ars-rthe vry utaL.
Com n and look at them. Try a
pir on. You will be quickly con-
vinced that this is the shoe which
"Makes Lie's Walk Eay."
The price of the Cromett is only
high enough to safely clear the Cros-
sett quality.
Remember, our reputation is bound
up in every pair of shoes we sell.
WINSTON S. BANNING
Headquarters for Style and Value
Tituaville Florida.

New View of Liquor Quetion
To Editor of Tam FLORDA STAB.
The possibility that our county
will moon be called to go through a
wet and dry election calls attention
to all events of recent date as well
as those that indicate the trend of
opinion here as well as elsewhere.
In the September American issue,
the Anti-Saloon league organ, we
learn that in the last ten months five
states have gone dry, added to those
that had already gone dry makes
eight states in the dry column. Lo-
cal option in many others is rapidly
bringing large sections of other states
under no license. In the last month
elections have been held in twenty-
two counties in Ohio under the Rose
local option act. All have gone dry,
some of them with large majorities.
In no instance was there an election
that went wet. Other counties are
preparing for a trial of strength as
soon as they can get ready for it.
When we turn to the liquor press
for their interpretation of this "hand
writing on the wall" we find in Bon-
forts Wine and Spirit circular, New
York, of Sept. 10, this candid admis-
sion: That the saloons in this country
are doomed to extinction except in
our larger cities. The reason given
is equally candid-that the saloon has
discredited personal liberty and
made it a term of reproach rather
than something to conjure with. In
the name of personal liberty saloons
have been run in violations of law
and decency until it looks now as if
they were doomed to extinction ex-
cept in our larger cities. The editor
then goes on to enumerate the evils
that have festered there that have
brought on this hostile sentiment
that has crytalized into a war of ex-
termination. It adds that we realize
that this is a big admission but-the
facts demand the admission that our
trade may properly grasp the situa-
tion. In conclusion the editor says:
"We think that the trade should stop
kicking against the pricks. If the sa-


IR. GREEN


LEASES HOTEL

ill Fne Fmllak ThNlum et
ud Opeod i Dnwm er

TITUSVILLE TO THE FRONT

ith a lurt For Tor itS ua d Pleu-
ire SIken Ii Bt HaId
Messrs. Wm. F. Green and Geo. B.
Gale, of Atlantic City, N. J., arrived
in this city the latter part of last
week on a prospecting tour. Mr.
Green and wife spent about two
months in Titusville last season and
were charmed with this section of
Florida. Mr. Green is an energetic
hotel man and took in the situation
here a year ago at a glance.
After the Indian River hotel
changed hands this summer, the new
owners, the Titusville Hotel com-
pany, made a very attractive prop-
osition to Mr. Green to take the man-
agement of the hotel on a lease for a
term of years. The result has been
that Mr. Green and his friend, Mr.
Gale, have spent about a week here
and have gone over the matter very
carefully. Mr. Green will form an
operating company and open the ho-
tel for the coming season.
The exterior of the building will at
once undergo all needed repairs,
painting, etc., and the interior will
practically be furnished anew
throughout.
We do not hesitate to say that fu-
ture prospects of Titusville as a stop-
ping place for tourists look very
bright indeed, with the chances fa-
vorable that, ere another year many
northern families will probably locate
their winter homes in this place.
Mr. Gale is an experienced yachts-
man and boatbuilder and will prob-
ably spend most of the coming season
here looking after the entertainment
of guests on our beautiful river.
These gentlemen start home to-
day but will soon return to place the
hotel in readiness for business. The
name will be changed but has not as
yet been definitely decided upon.
Mr. Green will give a handsome
prize to the person who will suggest
the most acceptable name for the
hotel, the contest to close Nov. 1st.
Send your suggestion to the editor of
THE STAR who will forward them to
Mr. Green.
The opening day will be widely ad-
vertised in the daily papers in the
north and will be made a day of great
eclat and enjoyment for our hotel
guests and townspeople, due an-
nouncement of which will be made in
these columns.
]WTMS.


loon cannot be successfully defended, Mr. H. C. Smith has been quite ill
if the cry of personal liberty will not this week.
save it then let it go and let the peo- Mrs. H. C. Smith isexpected to re-
ple decide how they want alcoholic turn home soon from Lake City.
beverages retailed in the localities in Mrs. L. E. Wilson is expecting her
which they live." So mote it be! sister from Middleburg next week.
This is the view of the wet men's Mr. A. M. Terwillager is here su-
organs, "that coming events are perintending the picking and packing
casting their shadows ahead." But of his fruit.
for this traffic many of our county Mrs. B. J. Mims is expecting a vis-
homes would be without an occupant. it from her son, Mr. W. J. Mims. of
We long to see the day when every Tampa, very soon.
man who has been engaged in this Mesrs. M. McCullough and S. Ev-
business is prosperously at work at
I ans, of Lake City, who were here for!
that which gives him and his family ae o r lando.
better income than they hadera few days, have gone to Orlando.
better income than they had ever Mr. and Mrs. Herdo of
received in the past. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Herndon, of
EO. W. HOLMES. I Merrillville, Ga., have decided to
W. HOI make their future home in Mims.
If you need eye treatment, spectacles
or eye glasses see Dr. Armstrong, 9 For Sale Cheap For Cash
Laura street, Jacksonville. He also About 8 acres of good high land on
tighten cro eyes without knife. good high land on
straightens cross eyes without knife, the east or ocean side of the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Narw Rean .adI T In Ta 9 a-am inn AR AlanIn. 1aT 2.


Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, OcT. 19, 19086.
44-inch wide Indian Head, just like
linen, special Monday, for a2 cents.
Another quality, 6 inches wide, 15
cents.
Checked suiting, with side bands,
the latest novelty, worth 25 cents,
special Monday, for 15 cents.
2 rdside ure linen sheeting,
worth $1.75 for $1 per yard.
Black, navy blue and brown bril-
liantine, 42 inches wide, special price
Monday, for 69 cents.
52-inch wide white linen table dam-
ask, worth 75 cents, will go Monday
for 49 cents per yard.
Another quality 70 inches wide,
white satin finish, worth $1.00, for
6 cents per yard.
74-inch all pure linen white table
damask, worth $1.25, for 75 cents per
yard.
104 Norwood sheeting, special
price of 35 cents per yard.
9-4 Unknown sheeting, special
price of 25 cents per yard.
36-incb wide nice quality bleached
domestic, special price Monday of 8
cents.
12 yards of Amoskeag apron checks
the best on the market, for $1.6, on
Monday only.
Ladies' skirts, made in the latest
style, in black and blue, worth $7.50,
special Monday for $4.98.
Ladies' fancy collars and ties, the
latest novelty, to see them is to ap-
preciate them, prices more than
right.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JULIUS KLINE,
Titusville, Florida.


Losley Replies to Moore
Editor of the FLOaIDA STAB.
My attention has been called to an
article in an issue of the Advocate of
the 9th inst, written by one A. R.
Moore, in which he pretends to ex-
hibit a very, very friendly feeling for
the tax payers of the county, and my-
self. He does not seem to have the
manhood to mention my name, but
everyone interested knows who he
refers to. I wish to call Mr. Moore's
attention to the fact, that two years
ago when the county was voted dry
not one word was said by either side
about expense to the tax payers on
account of holding the election, and
in all the controversy about location
of the county site not one word was
said about expense, except in so far
as building a court house and jail, no
one seemed to question the right of
the required number of registered
voters to call these elections. They
were called as the law directs, as this
will be, if called at all. And as to
my being pensioned by the tax payers
of the county, I desire to say, that if
there were no larger tax payers in
the county than Mr. Moore appears
to be, my pension would be small in-
deed; the idea of pension must have


LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSOHIS

s0oethin liB t at 0h of rn.
lusinte a fh Cm amU
Dr. MlNer, DItt, TItv
Remember The Alpine for lo
and quick lunch when in Tuavfla.-
Mr. Edward Fitgerad, d'state in-
spector of prisons, was in town s
eral days this week.
Citrus trees grown on high pie
land. Address Indian River Nur-
series, Toledo, Florida.


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Miss Helen Miller spent from Pri-
day until Sunday afternoon with Ier
sister, Mrs. Peek, at Melbourne.
Mrs. W. S. Branning and babyleft
Wednesday to visit relative at Gren
,Cove and Middleburg in Clay county.
Capt. Herman Fischer, of Savan-
nah, arrived Tuesday, called here by
the:serious illness of his father, Capt.
C. F. Fischer.
Mr. Geo. W. Edwards, of St. Au-
gustine, car accountant for the F. E.
C. R. R., visited Mr. Phil Wright for
a few days this week.
Mr. S. E. Bailey spent last Friday
in' Jacksonville on business. Mr.
Bailey and family are now oceopyang
the Monroe cottage on Main street.
Our line of ladies' and mises shoes
in all the season's correct styles are
here waiting for you, as usual, the
best at the most reasonable prices,
at Brannings.
Mrs. Wallace Crook aud daughter,
Miss Katherine Cloversettle, who
have been living at Haulover canal,
left for Jacksonville Sunday, where
they intend to go into business.
Miss Susie Gladwin has taken the
position of third assistant in the Ti-
tusville high school vice Miss L. P.
Grace, the latter taking charge of
the Canaveral school.
The St. Augustine Record states
that Mr. P. S. Titus has purchased
through C. F. Hopkins & Co., the
Villeneuve dwelling on Rhode avenue
and the Pacetti one-story stone cot-
tage on Cincinnati avenue in the An-
cient City. For the first mentioned
$2,100 was paid and the price of the
latter was $1,400.
Contractor P. J. Hall has a force of
hands at work on the county jail.
The defective parts of the standing
walls have been taken down and the
bricks cleaned for use again. The
building will soon resume its newly
intended shape as the brick work will
be looked after by Mr. O'Neal, of
Orlando, an experienced workman in
that line.
Interesting Engagement
The engagement of Miss Willamina
Eleanor Mack, of Hotel Majestic,
Cambridge, to Mr. Charles H. Wal-
ton, of Titusville, Fla., is announced.
Miss Mack is the youngest daughter
of Mr. William Blaine Mack, an in-
ventor of various devices in use by
railroads. She makes her home in


occurred to him from the fact that Cambridge with her sister, Dr. Hel-
.G en Georgiana Mack. Mr. Walton is
he is a pensioner himself, either from en Goprir and editor of th Florida
the government or some individual. I proprietor and editor of the Florida
the government or some individual. East Coast Advocate. The wedding
However, I have noticed, as a rule, i probably will take place early in the
those who pay the least, or no tax at inew year. Miss Mact: enjoys the dis-
all, are generally the highest kickers, tinction of being on'i of the most
Talented soprano si,!gers in Cam-
so Mr. Moore, show your honesty and bridge and Boston s ,-iety circles. -
straight forwardness, by letting your Boston Evening Tran cript.


name appear on the tax books, twfore
kicking too high. F. A. L'sixv.
If you have eye trouble, headache or
nervousness go to Jacksonville, see Dr.
Armstrong, 9 Laura street.
Gun Repair Shop.
Guns stocked and shotguns re-
bored. All work guaranteed.
HENRY BENECKE, Titusvil!e. Fla.
Titusville Bottling Works,
M. GOODMAN, PROPRIETOR.
Manufacturer of carbonated bev-
erages. Specialty of Pepsi-Cola, high
grade Ginger Ale, and a full line of
assorted sodas. Write for prices in
case lots f. o. b.


Registration Notice
The registration books for the
town of Titusville a: ; now open at
the residence of the u,;dersigned, and
will be kept open unt;l next Friday.
the 16th inst., fur regnistering voters
for the coming munici:)al election.
J. t'. WILSON,
lown Clerk.
Winter Homes.
Iuts for sale at Horti, Banana
:iver. A fine location, adjoining
Thousand Islands Club property.
J. B. JONES, Georgiana, Fla.
For Sale
Ideal site for Florida winter home
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AEai t" t-e Imee of
Sw bhall players
M' Iwntinr, Wad hundreds of
debIpei MNy t whbm
S1; W soto ke uppre a ofaMa
,t on. 1e pableso of doing
dot eba-e mand a little help.
cY I aN t -toign all aspiring
i.4 U 0em aets of the LUs Angeles
.0 ,e league iam and to put
.1..-": '1 te astructnm s Mf two or
/,' ' Jp te vt e trau embers of thbe
:/ U : Isteam. Al such as how
the MI plroesaIoeal game wll
.M a--r nd taught ths tee points
w e m. Other will be released
.,..1.1iM Ifw -e- takes eO la their places.
S"enw players who make good and
S m. S-t wll be placed to the bret
d wi The Loos Anele team will
*Mt am s asu it nees; the others will
M OM at sAch rat was ill give the
the be t chance and gve the par-
o Ni elb as opportunity to get
slb e mea at a nominal coit.
* -'Seols from all the leagIue, major
ad mier, am to be invitedto inspect
the payers during the winter season
a-l e set uc men as thy desim
Otherwi me- will b delivered 0a
appBeaotl to play positions deered.
Ss right to purchamo being optional on
the men making good. Sach men are
t be delivered on recommendation of
an-er Berry and his assistant.
It is propomd to conduct dally prac-
tiU during the off season and to play
games BSatrdays, Sundays and holl-
day. On other days two or three
hem. morning and afternoon practice
s to be indulged in, and toward even-
a aort game will be played with
picked ils. Two regular clubs are
to be organted. one to represent the
e A gele league club and the oth-
er to represent Chutes Park. Each of
the alnes will be managed from the
beach by a veteran of the Loe Angeles
team, and in practice these old players
are to combine their Instructions.
Men mentioned as Instructors are:
Dillon, captain and assistant manager
of tbh eoI Angeles team; "Happy"
Hogan, catcher; "Kitty" Brashear, sec-
and baseman. outfelder and heavy
hitter, and Curtis Bernard. crack out-
fielder, second baseman, bunter and
base runner. Dillon Is one of the best
judges of players and coaches In the
country, and Hogan is an excellent
each of pitchers. In his younger
days Dillon was a big league player.
and Hocan would be with the majors
now were he not handicapped by the
los of an eye, which holds down his
batting averages.


NOVEL AIRSHIP RACE.

Aeronautio Sooiety to Hold Free For
All Test In New York.
The Aeronautic society will ho!d on
election day. Nov. 3, at the Morris
Park race track. in New York city. the
irt free for all airship race that has
ever been held. Any type of flying
machine Is eligible. Dr. Jut!ii P.
Thomas will enter his new "wind wag-
on." a peculiar contrivance. In which
he said the other day l!e expected to
go to Morris Park on the day of the
race from his factory lu New York.
Dr. Thomas is engaged. he said. in
constictlng an aeroplane for which
he claimed many superior features. but
this will not he completed until later
oI the fall.
In addition to "wind wagons" there
will be entered In the contest several
lrklers. full sald apparatus. small
models and man carrying kites. The
Kimball helicopter will. It Is believed.
be ready by then for flight. Priesa will
be distributed and everything done to
make the race a complete success.

Speesal Car For a Mule.
A carload of horses and mules was,
shipped from Harrington. Wash.. by
Mr. McKinnon. who paid -iO a head
for the horses and $**o for the mules.
The mnles, alone with the horses, were
all loaded without difflcnity In an ordi-
nary horne car until the last one was
leeched. When the attempt to load this


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:.*::: ch!Mlliren .should be taught never
.o I.u; any':biiizl in the mouth except
.~* d .::ud 'Itink anrd to peel all fruit.
rt thi:' e.eer i-es he urged as a part
,0 '!:e. suI,,ol .**irriu'ntu.. aud be would
r'n1l; 'wimin iAia lessons ollig- tory.
lihi :s 'ia;ure o oscf'h il life. he added.
ni.t only would Ie of practical value
to the children, but would afford need-
ed bathing facilities to the children of
the poor.
s-,.tlhei itchiiig skin. llc.l. cuts or thumbs
w.thltuit .a -ar. Iures piles. rcecear salt
rheumn. atny itchiiig. Ititu's tOintiuaiat. Y., ir
druggi, -.tsll.i t.

Audible Railway Signals.
Hearing. Instead of sih:t. is to play
an important part In a new system of
signaling which Is to le introduced by
the Great Western Railway company
of England. The audible signals are as
follows: Danger. a special steam whis-
tle; all right, an electric bell. The sig-
nal is produced by purely mechanical
means.
Excellent Health Advice


Ms. M. M. Davison, of No. 379 Gifford ave-
nue, San Jose, tl.. says: "The worth of Elec-
trie Bitters s a general family remedy, for


firnouhs gLLANTRY. I

bvnl 0ewr Wh Tkee the Wine l
late Cardemesi Ba.
O..man John Bapift BeradoM,
aval atae at Rome and Vienna
wh re tly died io .rooklyan wa
ea o the bravest and mot popular
eeersa t h tim United States naval
service. He was appointed to the
United States Naval academy nl 1876
and was gradeatcd in 18.L Ho. be-
ae~p an easgn Junior grado in 183.
He was lieutenant Ia command of the
tor'ss bott Wiasow when the Span-
'S mErIi -war beawn
It waa on May 11, 18, that the
Window was ordered in to cut a Span-
ish gunboat out from the cluster of
merchant shib ln Cabanas bay. The
guSn of the American ships accompa-
*yng the Winslow were to protect her
movements. When within 2,000 yards
of the boat the Winalow got among a
number of red buoys which were sup-
posed to be there to mark the channel,
but they proved to be range buoys for
a masked battery on a Jutting point
near where the Spanish gunboats lay.
This battery opened fre on the Wins-
low with ten pounder guns. The sec-
ond shot tore through the hull of the
Winalow. wrecking the steering gear
and making the boat unmanageable.
The Spanish gunboat Joined In the ft-
sillade, and the Winslow answered by
ring contluuumly her three little one
pou ders_
A splinter from the deck where a
shell bad burst struck Lieutenant
Bernadou In the right thlih. He wrap-
ped a towel about it and continued to
give orders. A shot demolished the
steam steering gear, and Lieutenant
Beradou rushed aft to arrange the
hand gear. Another shot wrecked that
at the moment
Just then a water tender came from
below and reported that the forward
boiler had been pierced. Steam was
pouring out of the hatches. Then the
port engine was wrecked, next the
forecastle gun. Without pause the
Winslow kept firing her two remain-
ing one pounders.
A shell exploded on the deck amid-
ships close to where Ensign Bagley
was standing and killed him instantly.
Four of the crew were killed and two
were wounded at the same time. The
Hudson, another American boat. drew
up to the Winslow' and made fast
alongside. The Winslow was drawn
off with her flag flying and her two
guns firing. For his gallantry Berna-
dou was advanced ten numbers.

SCHOOL FOR CONSUMPTIVES.

Dr. Knopf Urges Segregation of Chil-
dren Affected by Tuberculosis.
As a side incident of the final day of
the tuberculosis congress, which ad-
journed the other day to meet again in
Rome in 1911. Dr. S. Adolphus Knopf
of New York made a most interesting
suggestion in an address delivered be-
fore the Eastern Public Education as-
sociation in the New Willard hotel at
Washington. This was for a school
for tuberculosis children, to be main-
tained by the state.
Dr. Knopf said:
"While it Is unsafe to allow tuber-
culous persons to mingle freely in the
public schools, It Is the plain duty of
the state to establish sanitariums
where infected children may receive
the education which Is the privilege of
every American citizen, and teachers
who are also infected should be em-
pl,-yed in giving them the needed in-
struction."
Amung other recommendations. Dr.
Knolpf urged that children should not
be permittedd to attend school until
h.'y are at lenst seven or eight years
*Id. lie declared that we are at pres-
e::: <-rammiig al.ur children's brains at
;:.* expense of thelr physiques. He
a;. *unclw the klsslng habit and said


The Office Boy School.
While business men are complaining
that the supply of office boy timber of
the right sort is woefully scant In New
York city, the Children's Aid society
has set itself the task of making good
the deflcleucy. It will have a training
class for office and errand boys in the
81xth Street Industrial school. The
class will be conducted three evenings
a week for twenty-one weeks.
Dey're coin' t' give us office boys a school
T' teach us be Jerry to our wolk;
Dey dopes It out dat every kid'a a fool
Who don't palaver like a Willli clolk.
Dey say we rubbers baseball scores too
much;
Our langwudge ain't 'perlite; we're
cheeky, rude.
Dey're golh' t* teach us grammar wolds
and such:
Dey wants t' make us each a high brow
dude.
Dey say we whistles what de soubrette
sings;
We parses to de loldy clolks much guff:
W'e shoots at craps and odder wicked
things.
Dey slams us good and plenty, calls us
tough!
Dey have a right to guess again-dey're
n 1U0.1R'
We're hep on how to hold our jobs
awhile.
A bo:-. would have an office boy "So
long!"
VWho tour flusihedi dat he was an angel
chile.
-New York Sun.

Rare Find of Grecian Coin.
While plowing at Mouteleone. Cala-
tria. in Italy. In peasant found recent-
ly a Grecian gold coin weighing two
grams. On one side of the coin is a
female head. It is said to be the rar-
est and best preserved specimen
known.

PROCLAMATION
In accordance with the ordinances of the
town ofTitusville. I. B. R. Wilson, mayor of
said town, hercly i.ssne this. nmy proclanma-
ti,,. calling an annual election. to he held on
the forth Monday in (kctober.' A. D. 1908.
h~ing the iWth day thereof. at the courthouse.
fur the purpose of electing
(lOne mayor.
'Thre aldernen.
(Oie clerk and treasurer.
One marshal inid collector, and
(One assessor of taxes.
And I hereby appoint A. A. Bether. S. J.
Norton and J. M. O)shan inl'pectors of said
election. and (. L. Mandeville clerk thereof.
A mass meeting of tne citizens of the town
i- herely called to imeet :at their colrthoise on
'Thursday evening. (October 8. 19th. at 7:3,
p. n. for the purpose of nominating said ofli-
.rs. R &. WIitA4N.
Mayor of Titusville.
NOTICE.
The registration ooks will he ,opened in the
several precincts in the county on Monday.
the 7th day of Septenlber. lIM'Q. for the pur-
pose of registering electors for the general
election in November. and will be kept open
two days in each week until the second Sat-
urday in Octoler.
The following have been appointed deputy
registration odficer:
Precinct No. 1-L. K. Myers.
Precinct No. 3-B. F. Beal.
Precinct No. 4-J. P. 4',mper.
Precinct No. 5-W. R. Roesch.
Precinct No. t6-4has. T. McBride.
Precinct No. 7--E. B. Arnold.


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VAMSTY ED NINE.

MiWshlPg Unlverity Puts Sew-sl en
Reumi-ed List Per arlOk
It may not be m y years before the
men of the University of Michlg
will have to meet the cods on the
diamond to ee which ine shall have
the honor of representing the univer-
sity to contests with other i situations.
rays an Ann Harbor (Mic) dispatch.
Hereafter every frst year girl who
Is not exused for some good reason
will be required to play baseball on
the new athlete field recently complet-
ed for tcluive use of the women
students.
In addition to baseball there will be
outdoor basket ball and cross country
walks, these sports supplementing the
regular work In the Barbour gymnast-
um.

Cam of Curing a Leper.
The health officer at Wellington.
N. ., has sanctioned the discharge of
a Maori leper after eighteen months'
confinement in the lasaretto. It is
stated that the leper wps cured by
a treatment consisting of injections of
a culture of the leprosy bacillus invent-
ed by Professor Deycke of Constan-
ttnople. Other sufferers from the dis-
ease who are undergoing the treat-
ment have greatly improved.

Big Yield of Apples on Small Orehard.
As an Illustration of what can be
done by suitable cultivation, pruning
and spraying. E. P. Stephens of Crete.
Neb., has this season picked 810 bush-
els of Grimes' Golden Pippin apples
from a little less than two-fifths of an
acre or at the rate of 775 bushels of
apples per acre.

Bicycle For Blind People.
An Englishman has invented a bi-
cycle for the blind. In reality It s a
multicycle, carrying twelve riders, led
by a seeing person, who does the steer-
Ing.


an- U the- bm tMa.e
gist will refnd yr mm M
without q tion or dely.
We will pay the druggist tle pre
of the bottle pnurhand by Po
This offer applies to the bul
bottle only and to but one ln
family.

We could not afford to mam snob
an offer, unless we positively knw
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us
Thedollar bottle eontainsa 2tlme
as much as the fifty cent bottle

Kodol Is made at the labortor
of E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.


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too hi-hly praise your Ballard's Snow liniment for
the rplef of acute rheumatism, cause by sudden c
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
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good wholeome food and meO th
this you need to fully digt It
Else you can't gain stagth, nor
an you strengthen your tom h If
It s weak.
You must eat In order tolive ad
maintain strength.
* You must not diet, because the.
body requires that you eat a sumo-.
lent amount of food regularly.,
But this food must be digested,
and it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do it,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
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As toat *eat ar~ng It Octt 1, e OeSmod the postal system by obtain-
broad mmnle men willing to OMa i Irc the Introdreof prepaid pasta e
IB me and time to m bar s a peO t the form of adeeslve stamps and the


awe tbooues tt n epoveh maklneatm dstanm In the United Kinpdom. For- a
batam at the redctaber a tmlerl Wet mtwly t bhd been the custom to collect
tr peta to ee a t It i be ive tshe fe t* m the person who received
tat y a p ltrow yars who havwoe the letter. Tn beint often a hard-
,much f rate wde be adopted etwe .rD rtawed t diMou rage letter writ-
worU c tan atr. s e Wi t th eb nge the total number

pOtstal rates have been eoataed ly do m jmped tem 5,07.572 in 1839
by Conapnt nttnyag. It ha tos t haf 17 n84 e the followmn year. In
brmd minded men willla to s al0s the year eide March 81 last the
amey aed ttae to &in the Idayatm : ombt ov lea tor anterchanged In the
be boom el texpensive Fm _--_eate Unittd KIrbomn was approximately

Tben a a amber at l ttle saws The a t istep obviously In the cnm-.


mveh for the doL o et o the at rb Th Wlah Barritt, the learnedl
wor s t ttlb The tr for tage. Th accomplishment, orged
the N as e a letter or m aesae at na Grt Britami to undertake to trans-
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ob at cat atW, and parliament, atCdds
Amortla beIa In the latt s t port ooverra to any port t6un ed b.
Movae Chre deu1els lying her fag for a penny.

isi h e d crta io by Imprteo m Tpe lrae. T h acomplrshment ofr
*Mttt SOe at zm"raz_ ThI V" Oct. 1, t gave a mighty Impetus to
r. m ear t to ~'la Withe d for thk prormwn me. I t fe now posa are toa
Ite, *i letter f car a m oopolothef ma lN Y Manll a letter destined for
ad other weapo ,t Th oe reak Into Te h eg had bn oun cewath a twso
thaqwme a letter. Thi wads ad l a cent o tamp attachedca and It will e de
ah ptheo that mn perorea made trt isvered without further payment of
tha ser mans oat Ig their after epeta

thret g speechesto to pan manm the M Ter. MORGAN MINIAtURES
V* at emati t, parltimet, at odds
a gela re traygned tho support i MIIenare s Spleoid the Lctul beauty
ea f rece".vin the latter's sumpc to orary of Cworesk.
Although pe"ono tlm" bs m to prbm- Them bry of onraeesn received
lew th. ,udertakets," ud theyr k- iti th last nfew dys a rre dof
mi to have tllo ap tr thoe Ste wa, mostfutl not from J. Piatrpot Mrsan
th wal m letter earrmi sid another of Nw York In the three volume cata-
rodt -ea otoe manner, with awards logue of his collection of minitures.
and othertook ts, brry brea tk to The teoks had been heralded in some
the b ,ul whoa the goods and letter of the Enlissh periodicals and in cable
a pet'n. O eof r erso, andwh t whret copies wefrom e ndood, o which aroused


aCstrdW eynd theseounoortk- quate to dsrbo the libactual beauty and
ah people a low letter rat" us mptuouuness of the work.
AlthoLg e of this name ed to al- The books have been compiled by
low the "%da rto r," and they ar Dr. o. C. Williamson, who is one of the
ati to hpeny t re ately i most notd of miniature experts andr
tro, his n amesake of nearly cad the miibatures o the collection have
tprt lat io wa a pam lev rs ate r bein coped mnder h osuxpervsiol at
ti tal reft at at 1 e publirHemph setead. The books were privately
tMyA V cartoon to carry n all ith printed by Mr. Morgan at the Cshilswck
riat lof Eer or Mngland a Carryi for Pran consd ao this edition de lua e only
Sperchants aof the persons tteho rsa twenty copies were printed of which
s ited a thes *Rorts to obtalsr for the library copy Is No. 11. The queen
l ppe a tow le ttr rate, c9ro of England and President Roosevelt
Aenst Anys mstoaint of Farm ll ohn were the rstk to receive similar ufts.
h M of th Employm henave ha a The boomn artu covre by pluR h lined
Hest deal to do t obtrlnl a psnng boxes, and tornmenty are depo bsited a hear the
pothat Joh man aill, winnotth other an aoter- prints division, were th delicate ilverpt In
toea the Imnlaes Ofcarrylng lettera the spedal eases designed for tras-
at the penny rate. Lke Sir Rowland ueroa.
EDI hb namesak of nearly two tM- The books are bound in white vellum
tar later, he was a pamphleteer on with a hand hammered ozodised silver
pesasl reform. In 1000 he published a shield in the center of each. The cor-
peahledt entitled "A Penny Poet; or, ners and claspsn are also silver of the
A Vtndiaoton ot the LtertJ and Birth- most beautiful design. On these shields
ghtr oE Lver Md rgishman In Carryins and corners are tiny initials and mono-
Merchants sad Other Men's lAttrs, grams of some of the artists represent-
Agains Any Rest~tat of Parmers of ed in the work. One of the rolumes.
Milch Employmenit" containing miniatures by Rlichard Cop-
He thought it a "strange Lmpostlon way, is ornamented by a heart shaped
that a man cannot have an accompt of shield outlined with delicate sliver rib-


condition of his wife or family with- bon scroll and vine, a facsimile of
out paying thrice as much as he need, Richard Cosway's autograph In blue
and It seems as unreasonable for a enamel written across the center. The
man to be forc'd to pay 3d. for small Initials In the corners are also
what may be done for a penny (In re- blue, the whole decoration of this vol-
lation to letters) as for a man to be ume being lighter In design.
compelled to pay thrice as much for Of the two others one is decorated In
meot or any other commodity as the the French style of the seventeenth
price current." He urged that "If for century. and the third is copied from a'
reasons of state posts must be erected medieval volume In the Vatican II-
certainly be Is not the fittest man that brary.
will give the most money for it, but Two more volumes are to be added. I
rather he that will undertake the serr- and it is expected two yearn sill I* re-
Ice at the cheapest rate which mupt be quired to complete the work.
the best advantage to the common- ~ l
wealth." Why Colds are Dangerous
The penny post system was first es- Ikc-ause you have ccintr:t:te-d rordilniaryiv o,ls
tablished in cities. In 1680 Robert and recovered frnm thli-i wi;lhlut tre.:lti,.n-t
|urruMy and William IDockwra set up of any kind., dlo not for a lnoeii-t' iill:ine
Murty La that colds are not dlngeronii. El:vry onI
the London penny post. The system knows that pneutinia anI chr l.lii ia- tarrhl
which they organized lasted more than have their origin iln coiiuniin cl. (1 on
a century. The skeleton of the sys- samption is not ~oansed hy a .olI. Ih,1t tlhe .col
ten was the forerunner of that uad preiras the systeni for there rreeeptiolii and de.-
velopmnent tf ithe geii.us that iwoni'd hav, 11ot
in cities of the United States today. otherwise have fiuud ulonmIlinnt. It is tlhe


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ol' st and Inm t renowned scientific
t ldy. except the French Academy of
S'len.es. In the world. It was organ-
Ized in 1643. and every great English
s ';til. t has loeon a member of it. Ben-
jamin Franklin was the first American
mebulher.
A Banquet
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KEEP TUN BLM. LEM

In a comparison of the eighteenth
century with the nineteenth century
from an architectural point of view
one can hardly help being struck with
the fact, amounting almost to a para-
dox, that, while the former was an
age of great architecture, the latter
was one of great architects.-Builder.
Mr. Finnegan-Bo me darter Maggie
proposed to ye and ye have accepted
her? Young Casidy-No, no, Mr. Fin-
negan. I proposed to your daughter
Marguerite, and she has accepted me.
Mr. Finnegan-Tush, tush, me bye:
Ut's the same thing, only ye don't
know ut!-Kansas City Independent.
Wife (at 7 a. m.)-Now deny your
condition last evening! Here you are
with your hat and shoes on. Don't tell
me you didn't come home the worse for
drink! Husband-Not a bit, dear. You
know I have lately taken to walking in
my sleep, and I thought I'd go to bed
prepared.-Illustrated Bits.
Affable Grocer (to local art master)--
Yes, sir, I shall be sending 'Im along
to your evening classes when 'e's a bit
older, and I want you to learn 'Im Just
like you learned his brother. You so
trained that lad's eye, sir, that 'e can
cut the bacon to a quarter of an ounce!
-Punch.
*Would Be Purchaser (who Is look-
ing at works of art In the designer's
studlo)-Oh, what a delightful design
for lace work! What is the price of
the drawing? The Artist-Madam,
that is only a map of Suburbtown
showing the proposed subway, elevat-
ed and electric railways.-Puck.
The reason why white pepper is con-
sidered better than black Is not only
because It looks and tastes better, but
because It s less irritating to the stom-
ach. Both are made from the same
kind of peppercorns. In the white,
however, the outer husk has been re-
moved before grinding.
They were on board the excursion
boat.
There wasn't a cloud in sight, but
he saw his opportunity to get funny.
"It look like rain'? he said.
"What looks like rain?" she queried.
"The water." he answered.-Kansas
City Independent.
Mrs. Bryden-And Is this chair real-
ly an antique piece of furniture? Mr.
Swolly-Antique, madam? There's no
doubt about It. Why, It was so
worm eaten when I bought It that I
had to have a new back, a new seat
and three new legs made for It!-Lon-
don Telegraph.
"It 'pears tew me," remarked the ru-
ral philosopher, "that law air a heap
sight like a colt."
"How's that?" queried the hired man.
"Somebody has tew break It afore
yew kin tell whether It's enny good or
not," explained the old granger.-Chl-
cago News.
SMagicians and jugglers were found
among the Indians by the Jesult mis-
sionaries as early as 1613. and they
were common among all the Algonquin
trbe,<. and ('Ctrlevoix mentions them
nigmu the IroquoIs in 1e35. 'rThe Span-
lards met them in Mexico and Southl
America.
Saylin the sun never sets on Brit-
I.h soil Is equally true as to the do-
main of the U'nlted States. When it
is G p. in. on Attoo island. Alaska, it
Is !:Pic; a. m. of next dany on the east-
ern c'iost of Ma ine.. The day ends two
hours earlier In Hawall than In
Alaska.
The Royal Society of England is the


years ago making it a penitentiary
offense for a person to smoke or use
the plant In any form. It l. sild that
the plant is so seductivee in its effects
tliht the smoking of its leaves will cvaneo one to Itmc.omte
ad.lict'd to Itss rs. Not witl>tanding
tile strigiint l;i\w in Mexlico against
the e of the plant it ItS. a efonllon
pr:a'ice for e igreittes .iiaolde of its
leavests to th s:iii'e.'cl Io the soldiers
in the barracks In diffterlnt parts of
the country M\ore th.'n one riot among
the s%>ldi,.rI hi.s Iee.'ni ca e**ld from
smoking tlh wold.

Nose That Grows a Beard.
After h:ivingi. d,!ighlted its oveiir for
only a few weeks the new im.e recent-
ly grafted on tihe f:ice of I'at M1oran.
a well known -chara:i-ter in New Or-
leans. has l'e~-n1i to lv\'.-loi, i c'rp of
hair that is s',lt.\ hat :i:!:oyinzu to Pat.
Some wevks ;u:', Monltr;In s outr ,it a

For Chronic Diarrhoea
"While ini the-. rniv in l I w;a t1.tk,
with lchroinic diatrhi:t.- '-:rs.. i ,,r .l '.1l
toll. oTf Siouth (tilolli. Pa.. "I Iha;ve iI I ifel
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Usele n' s altform wl eti tle s '
ien -men.of .the Ameran b et
when It rbche Japan to fthd te -
portatlon on street ears and rallnds
and to admisaon to theaters while
the okers will be provided with car-
riage and their hotel bills will be
paid. according to the outline of the
ofiial programme. In fact, it is the
aim of Japan to eclipse all other na-
tions In Its reception of the fleet
The programme provides on Oct. 17,
the day of the arrival of the feet at
Yokohama, for a dinner to the offers
given by the Japanese commander In
chief of the district and a reception by
Governor Surukunel of the city of Ka-
nagwa. On Oct. 18 there will be a din-
ner given by the mayor of Yokohama
and a reception at which the city of
Yokohama, represented by its officials,
will be boat
Entertainment for the American of-
ficers from Oct. 19 to 23 Includes an
audience and luncheon with the em-
peror, dinners with the prime minister,
the minister of foreign affairs and the
minister of marine, a luncheon by
Baron Teraucht, a garden party by Ad-
miral Togo and receptions to the ofi-
cers of the entire fleet.
In the cities the Japanese theaters
will be open continuously and free to
the men of the feet at all times. There
will be daily excursions to points of
interest In the surrounding country,
and these will cost the Americans noth-
ing, nor will any charge be made for
admission to the baseball games and
various other sports planned for the
amusement 6f the visitors.
Passes for the officers of the fleet on
all trains and special trains kor the ac-
commodetion of both officeff and men
will be provided between Yokohama
and Tokyo, and the street cars of both
cities will be free to the men in Uncle
Sam's uniform.
Instructions have been Issued to the
officers for service at Tokyo during the
stay of the Americans to tender their
services to the Yankee tars as guides
ashore and afloat All of the American
officers will be provided with free hotel
aecoa.,sodations during their stay, and
carriages will be placed at their dis-
posal at all times.
Each man of the American feet will
receive a silver medal to commemorate
the visit to Japan, while each officer
will be given a gold medal 2,000 of the
latter having been ordered by the gov-
ernment.

USE FOR DEADLY WEED.

Mexisan Marihuana Plant to Be Grown
In Texas For Drug Purposes.
The deadly marihuana plant Is to be
introduced Into Texas from Mexico by
special permission of the state agricul-
tural department. James Love, who
conducts an agricultural experimental
station near Cuero. Tex.. has returned
from a trip to the marihuana produc-
ing region of Mexico, bringing with
him ten pounds of the seed of the
plant which he will plant.
It is the belief of Mr. Love that the
plant can be put to good commercial
use as a drug. He says that It Is
known to be a cure for asthma, and It
Is also thought to be valuable In the
treatment of tuberculosis. It is said
to be far more powerful than India
hemp, of which It is a species. India
hemp is recognized In the materla
medical as a valuable drug.
The marihuana weed is known as
the most harmful of narcotic drugs.
Its leaves, when smoked in the form
of cigarettes, produce a series of In
sanity that frequently ends In death.
So terrible are the effects of mari-
huana that a law was passed by the
national congress of Mexico a few


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chronle, r aprig s-l n6
throat and hni ab ctlu fsr aIelt wW.
thbeWe an Mr mriand by aggg.
ad skl umthoritites,
In alc ases where ths ft wM
away of deal bm of wit
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hang-on couhs, or those of lokr t hado
even when ccomp led by edn
lungs, that it ha period Its


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nett Mod. Colege Cheao, says of 0 ly
cerine:
"IndyTpaIfteNIes MtX Mmp<.
HoldinCf a xed quantiy of toe pMerd
badrocen in soluton, tL Is o of the bo
manufactured products of the preut timIe n
ts action upon enfeebled. disbdered sm-w
aebs, especially If there Is ulceraon or oe-
tarrIal, astriti (cata rral h md itmmom eof
stomachr It ic a mre t eflcent p tim
Glycerine will relieve manayca: e
(eaburn) and exCmanIve ras T
acidity."
Gbolde n medical DIisto oe er te mAsn
purifes tie blood curina blceratb, oF Cl
eruptions. scrofulouse l an d oMdol
or ulcers. *
Send to Dr. R. V. Plerce of Bouffasl T,
for free booklet telling all about the a
medicinal roots compoainl talt woda
medicine. Thbms no ais l a It


celebration and during the evening'
enjoyment lost a good part of his nasal
appendage. He was taken to the
Charity hospital In New Orleans, and
after considerable labor the surgeons
succeeded In grafting a new nose that
filled the vacancy. In putting topthwe
the skin and desh the iurgeos look a
small piece of skin from the scalp near
the forehead. This piece of skin Is re-
sponsible for Moran's trouble, and he is
now sporting a small crop of hair near
the end of his nose.

Notice of Applitloet for Tax Deed Under
Seetlon a oOaf Campt 4a Laws of t.
Notice is hereby tren that E B. Arneld,
purchaser of tax certiiato No. 114, dated the
1st day of July, A. D., 1901, bhas filed mid
certificate in my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to isue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the followlag
described property situated in Brevard county.
Florida. towit: Part of lota 1.2, and i oef sw
i. described in Deed Book H, page 238, see-
tion 90, tp.28 south, range 8 east. Thesaid
land being rusmed at the date of the inance
of such certificate in the name of W. 0. Mount.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will,isre thereon oe
the 26th day of October, A. D., 1908.
1 Witness my official signature
8aAL. *and seal this the 2th day of
September, A. D., 1908.
A. A. STEWART,
Clerk Circuit Court
Brevard County, Florida.

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^phtE 3J. Bar, CBnfuegos,
IJS eratS IesiLt*s a con-l
i tofthis year's C-
SSep, which will be the
a wt b history of the island.
aw yearsago thousands of
Jurnss were shipped to
orid and California
Sy yr,. but for the last three ses-
M thm sMpmnents have become
N& a~.I,11d possibly cease entirely
016k Ov*w year.
u O-q cultivation on a scientific
SS.dd ~lot bein in Cuba until
awt eightor nine years ago, and
f be considered in its infancy, but
w prwetsng rapidly, and even at
Early stage is now in position to
stply the loal markets.
Th orange businew on the island
iseotroled almost entirely by Amer-
IsSDL


Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a. m.
and atTitusville at 7:30 p. m.
Dr. J. B. Hawk will conduct divine
worship'at Georgiana Sunday, Oct.
18, preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00
p. m. All welcome to these services.
Bumines session of quarterly con-
ference at 2:30 p. m. Saturday at
M. E. church, preaching at 7 p. m.;
preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. follow-
ed by the Lord's supper, also at 7
p. m. at Titusville, and at Mims at
3:80 in afternoon. Rev. E. F. Ley,
of Miami, presiding elder of east
coast district of Florida conference,
will have charge of these services.
Make an effort to be present. There
is a welcome for you.

Mullet Fishing
From the New Smyrna Brteze.
There has been considerable dis-
cussion recently in regard to catch-
ing mullet with a cast net during
the closed season-from the 13th of
November to December 31. The fish
and game warden asked the court for
an interpretation of the law and ri -
ceived the following advice: That
mullet may be caught with a ca.t net
during the closed season by p .;eo,,
for their own use, but th'y cann,);
be sold under any ciruilnstaic i.. n.
object of the law was n.t to pr. .-..m
anyone from catching m n1ii." f'..r
their own usa,. bi), t, pi.,- ,; J.:
wholesale slaughter o .
during the sp)awn.i- .-;ia *:'.

Mrs. L. A. Brady Enr: 'r::! ':; ('u
The ladies o,f thlL !'..-'rP, .-i .,i
ture club were chi.armin.: t '1v
ed at the home of Mrs. L,i.iL .\. 'ri:-
dy Tuesday afterno< n.
In a guessing conltet of hiLrL-.
characters suggeoste-d y alpliIl,..i ,,
verses descriptive off tln- L t,'. 4. 1.-
reer, ctc., MAI .i. W.T. M.:1, ,,, ;' ..v, -.
herself best informeJ in lh.at in oi, -
tant branch, she get : in out ,; ,\ ,lln-
ty descriptive verses given. ei:_htn,
correct answers, thus secu. ing, the
prize, a dainty decorated dhina tea
strainer.
In another little guessing contest
Mrs. Gee. M. Robbins and Mrs. IE!i.-
B. Wager tied, but Mrs. Roubbiniu be-
ing successful in drawing the lucky
straw, captured the prize, a beauti-
ful little Gainesborough medallion.
Mrs. Brady was assisted in enter-
tainiag by her friend anand guest, Mrs.


Sth eomrt bowe in Titusvae,
Oeta 1ls, atL00p. m. Prem t,
I. A. CorkilA, cbirman; T. A. Rob.
inb sad T. J. CoCkahtt, J. R Miot
Iad J. M. Oban with A. A. Stewart,
dirk; J. Brown, sheriff.
Tie minutes of the last meeting
of the board were read and approved.
The tremurer's report, with de-
poit certificate attached, was receiv-
ed ad checked up and paid wari ants
demt ,d.
Report of P. L. Melzer relative to
taking mat off of his land was re-
eaved and filed.
Clerk's report of tax redemptions
and purchases during September was
received.
R reports of county judge, clerk of
circuit court and Justices of the
Peace L K. Myers,. J. M. Sanders,
C. T. McBride, C. H. Nauman, W. C.
Peterson were received.
The written opinion of Geo. M.
Robbins as to title of the land on
which the county jail, court house
and county judge's office are located
was receivedand filed and on motion
the same was ordered spread on the
minutes.
Sept. 26th, 1908.
To the Hon. Board of County Comminioners
of Brevard County:
Gentlemen:-In accordace with the
resolution pasred at your last meeting
I have examined the attached deed from
Mar E. and HenryT. Titus, conveying
block No. 5 ofTituville tothe county
and find that it divests the grantors of
all interest in the property and invests
the county with a fee simple title there-
to. There is what is known as a con-
dition subsequent in the deed, which,
even if broken, would not entitle the


grantors or their heirs to recover the
land, because no right of re-entry for
breach of condition is reserved in the
conveyance; but I am of the opinion
that the condition has been fully com-
plied with by the location of the court
house upon the property, the clearing
of the lot, the building of the fence
around it and the erectionof such other
buildings upon it as the county commis-
sioners determined to put there. There
is nothing in the deed requiring the per-
petual maintenance of these improve-
ments on this land. Yours, etc.,
GEO. M. ROBBINS.
Petition of citizens of Grant pray-
ing that the board reopen the old
county road south of Valkaria to
Grant was received and same grant-
ed.
R. A. Conkling is appointed a com-
mittee to go to Fulford and view the
rock land owned there by this county
and investigate its value.
Tax collector's list of poll taxes
collected for the year 190)7 during
the month of Sept., 1908, amounting
to $1.00, was received, found correct.
Tax collector's list of poll taxes
collected for the year 1907 during the
month of September was received
and found correct.
Tax collector's report (of licenses
collected during the month of Sept..
19i amounting to $20.(0) for the
state and $11.25 for the county, was
received.
Tax collector's rep'lort ,f ic',.nses
collected,( for 1919' durin,_ Set,.nl '.,
1918,. amounting to .::.7:'.51) f,or tlHe
sti e and 1-i',4 .7 for ;!,, ', i, .. ,:


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L J. Duesma, npL of c. home tc.-
B W. Dr, oook at ee mry.---.
K. Lg B cmeerime for e home-_.
J. IL Walker Oo, Hm 6ete., am hore
Gso. Bobbins, opinion as to tue of
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K C. Advocate, pub. notice toontrets.
The Florida Star, printing bail bonds.
The Florida Star, pub. notice of ap-
pointment of dit. reg.
g. L Stokes, ferry'uan
A. A. tewart, tax redpt. eport...--..
John Heery, writing and work for ao.
OmOs. -------------------------- .
John Henry, making deed to county--
A: A. Stewart, making cert. copy of in-
dictment.------------------------
A. A. Stewart, making cert. copy of
village levy, etc..-----....--------
Mm. Emma Reed, rent of houe for 3
months ---...------------ -------
J. N. Waller, buggy hire-------------
A. A. Stewart, clerk and auditor to bd.
A. A.I Stewart, waiting on board at
eemeetings, etc......-----------
L. Lecker, plans and specifications
for repair of Jail--------------
B. B. Wilson, drawing jury ---------
ROAD FUND
The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.,
sewer pipe ------........-----------
J. R. Wells, caring for co. mule-----
ROAD FUND DI8T. NO. 1.
Boad work, etc.-------------------
SPEC. ROAD FUND DIrT. NO. 1.
Road work, etc -----....----.-------


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Road work etc. ---------------------- 8 990
ROAD WORK DIST. No. 3.
Shoeing mules, etc..----------------- 950
SPEC. ROAD FUND DIST. NO. 3.
Boad work, etc. --------------------- 39309
SPECIAL ROAD FUND DIRT. NO. 4.
Road work. etc.------------------ 78 70
SPEC. ROAD FUND DIST. No. 5.
Road work, etc.---------------------397 85
GAME WARDEN FrNID.
J. P. Brown, game warden---------- 3500
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND.


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Weak, Exhausted, Pe-ru-na Gave New Life.
Mrs. E. V. Brooks, 5415 8. Steele St., South Tacoma, Wash., writes:
"I want to recommend Peruna to mothers. When my little girl came, I
felt very weak and exhausted, and it seemed that 1 could not regain. my
'strength.
"My mother bought me a bottle of Peruna, after I had tried several other
much advertised remedies without relief. I had little faith, as 1 wa very
weak, but within a week after I had commenced taking Peruna 1 was like a
'different woman.
"New life amil vitality seemed to come each day until in a few weeks I
was in line health and a happy woman. Thanks to your splendid aiiedicine.
I hanve enjoyed g od h health for several years. I always keepl Peruna on
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B. R. Wilson, criu. pros. in co.j's. ct.- 3 306 Jan, as a few Uos-,' will set me right wnen I am reelin g ,,l...
J. M. Sanders, rim. pros. in J. P.ct. 418 e*********************** ************ ****eeo*e
Harah Bailey, witness -----------..--. I N) Catarrh of Ears. He prouounced him well and for a few
Mark Bailey, .........---- ... (- I Mrs. G. W. Hard, Ilemnlptead, Texa, weeks he was not troubled, but sine.
Ernest Jolly.---------------------130
Eram Maxtollyd, ............. I 30 writec in regard to her son Carl: "Mv that time the dicehar're from his ears
John Jolly, -----------------' 30i son's ears had been affected since hewas was almost constant and very of-
J. P. Brown, criiu. pros. in J. P. court 8 s5 a a baby. lie ,seemed to have risings in fensive.
J. P. Browne ri. pros. in co. j's. ct. 4 1 is his head. He would be very fretful for "Finally I began giving him Peruna
Susie Elesmons, witnesa...---------1 (O0
J. C. iibrt. crin. pros: in Ji. p -ourt 10 severaldays,then hitearswould runpro- and Iaeupla, and after he had taken
J. P. Brown, comn. on .opl.. etc..------ 11 36 fusely what app,'ared to be corruption. two bottles of the Lacupia he was en-
J. P. Brown, feet of prisoners -------- 79 o "The last year I thouhlmt he had almost tirely cured.
1). S. Carlton. feed of prisoners. ------- lost his hearing and had a local physi- "I cannot praise Lacupia and Peroua
There being no further business clan treating him for about six weeks. enough."
the board adjourned to meet on the People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Should Buy Peruna Tabit
first Monday in November.


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IPctition ofJ. .1 Sanders *.1 ;! cit-
izens of ('ocoa praying that I:. (.
Savage be recommended to the .-o.-
ernor for appointment as cattle in-
spector for the 4th commissioners
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c4.rt utt nhtrw to) tirnd I hi'- coiuipanv uwn : and terates iti 'wn ri r nf :ies and furn'aces; its own wire mills
and six LIrge tennce !act'r:rt--either fLcV (f the b:u laricr t.iu S Sthcr fence factry in th world.
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S*I- Sewar6l I.
The reader of this paper will be pleased
tolniear that thberes atl I oon dreadfil
disease that aenoe hM been able to careoin
aln itsteg C and that b CtOarrh. Halls's o-
trrk Care is the oly positive cure known
to the medical terait. Catarrh aing a
eomutltatoal dissea, requires a tu-
tional treatment Hall's Ctarrb Cure is
taken internally, ati directly upon the
blood and mucra I- of the system,
thereby destr i an the Gundation of the di-
ease, nd gIving theb patient strength in
buildio usp the onstitution and maisting
ataure In doing ilt work. The proprietor
have so much h f i inits curative powers,
that they ofer One Hundred Dollar for any
me that it fals to cure. Send for list of tes-
Addrem, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggista, 7&
Hall's Family Pills are the be.et,


DENTALGRAMS

Children's Teeth
76 per cent of the children in this community are in need of dental
work.
Facial deformities, pain, half nourished bodies, bad breath and allied
ailments are the result of neglect.
Mr. and Mrs. Parent, it's your duty to see that your children have a
fair start in 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. Wheh a tooth
is passed 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 friei ds 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, go' the e:.t that can he had. Even then they will not be
any too, gi,,id.
Do nlot, '. t "*t'l:!i.,ed" stingy that you try to save a litii,- money
on a set *,f t. et. .--.v. ;' a c'tflhn, but buy teeth that will make people
sit up: r. ,l 'iA -e .
Teeth Without Plates
Whe u ,' : \\it lhut plates o (l :ul'' laribiningtno to show
.ign of !i' in '' : c v. Teeth without Ildt': 1- tlr you all the
Ie .-ir g.. *. ",: -'; urar l :< lh. "TH.y are inm ova1le,. elf
cleansing.. \, y .v 'l 'lti I ,- : ,, istr.
B u t .-." t t 1',.. .*. ; ita .'y I i, a ` .
Extracting T 'eetlh
\\ 'h ;t>t ( lh. .1:ri !'' t 'A t',' it u -, t I t\,I \ 1'~ : 1 :a ,i ,,* < ;i, ,*,. i:, i ;;'k. n
Aii that is ( di e a1 a:. it'l. "l% ,l. .t I'1 t.c i i. -... I c
aven be I er' f, t h, 'll i e -'; 1 .if' 'i ' :I\ :a .H-
ino .. .in ;h *, a n-t ,, ,! .* .'r .- . I ...
ing y,,tl '* .. ... ''.
thetic. which na o it t-rir, r' Cri th
felt it." Try it .se d\t tinr-.s
pI'ict.r
fe ,,f o,, I iI %' % t' ii. ik I, i ', l'u y tl iIig s in hi r ,-, ,w A.\: a it
Africa cheal)eur than .wou c*l an h.:!u i11,111t. art, J).rf1cctly \viliivi.. t,, ll.t .-.ti-
dents and inexlp rienced n, 4 n w \ ,, Il't ,,1 ,h. *i :t uv,, t I ,,, : ,t
cents. should take a i,,ok a' ICh a'l ,' p;,i ,It. I .a' l .harI 1 V ] O .
,may e them, they are 5 'f D e nt t hiliu itroIWhat I chart u in ti
not stay in this town a week if I ,lid thelin ,of \,,ok ( u t in tmhat kin
of an office. Your 1l1to del tiSt .,.. ..'" in :;' t ,' : \,: I \e
Some one is getting zto.ll ,,f it all tet 'i,. n,\t time it a. h,... ,,u.
Fillings for which I cha.rgt 1.s ...oI 41 .2. I ill ti cht i'hi
cago (ttices.
mentall work is the cheapest thing in lTitutville.
Another Thing Worth Considering
When you have your work done at homeyou have smn, tv.-(
in our teeth, someone who feels the rcslnsihi!ity of their care gd ,i y":
wirl be surprised and should be pleased with the number of little courlesie:
your dentist will extend to you from time to time, that. also,, .hould Ile ap-
preciated.
The Kind of Dentist You Patronize is Another Thing
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UK,. or Joes stern spi. for No. 16.. 6.00
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mM ammdeSMtale *aums Asr Asco hiS- c apwital, $sm. rP
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:r:Y:-as fazd GENERAL BANKING BWSIESS
asweam. min the faeta lt it ~ LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIk '
on which it aet without ay debilitating Exchange bouht and sold on all foreign coutal-es. ltrnis
after feet-ad without having to inaemre a.td, prompt service, polite tretmaotn, d every
favor condrt wit h conservative biiiIng granted
the quantity from time to time. OODBREPONDENTS-Bmpi Trt Compy, 4 Bnadway, New York atr, The At.
SIt acts pleasantly ad namuraly and late National hk of Jackaille, JaeoviUle, Flrida
tr u. a native, Ad it. o~ TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
pt are known to and approved by -
pyei, a it i free from al objeatio- A T& BR
able mbtano. To get its benefcil E.L. DaLB IX B O.,
egts aways plh. by e te Nui-- Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
Co., only, and for ae by all eadin drug- We hadle produce o all kinds. We am ant for Map' Fetlls. We deal s
la the above linesof odand solicitthe trade of all comeImL Write UA r plsm_ em
gtds. Gria G ad all Groosrio delivered at your statiem. E L. BRADY A BO,TrTrvUJ.LarI.A.

bow"mn."s"w"e hr INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
how many aeason we have?
Johanny--Y. ma'am: two--b STAPLE AND FAICY GROCERIES
and football.-Chlcago News.e inS PLE. I F CY GROCERI

A COIOI BRR01 at couspeOttive Prices
GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP OGRASU TO. .
The Same Mistake is Made by ALLENHURST FLA. (IAULOmCUA)
Many Titusville People rOs urrlIC ADDKSS-TITUSVILLE
It's a common error
To plaster the aching back,
To rub with liniments rheumatic
joints,
When the trouble comes from the
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kid- H A R DW
ney ills.
L Rogers, carpenter First st.
Sanford, Fla., says: "Last spring I
had a severe attack of lumbago and as Pr har S n
was unable to get around for several c
days. My back was so lame that it
was difficult for me to dress myself Handle the Finest Lines of
mornings. I used plasters and rub-
bed myself with liniments but could Heavy and Shelf Hardware
get no permanent relief. A friend
finally advised me to try Doan's Kid-
ney Pills, which I did. In a few
days after beginning their use my
back felt stronger, and by the time I Our Stock of
had finished the contents of one boxs
the lameness and pain in my back Guns and Sporting Goods
had disappeared. I am now able to
work every day without the least in- is com plete at all times
convenience."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 .
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Paints and Oils of Quality
New York, sole agents for the United
States. one of our Specialties
Remember th -iiame Doan' s and "
take no other.
SHERIFF'S SALE Quotations for large or small orders will
Notice is hery.v givn thIat. uniilr andi ly be given personal attention. Mail Orders
virtue ofexecutions recuivi l ,yme simultaa- solicited and promptly filled
Scuusly and issued out of the Circuit ('ourt
for Brcvarnl 4couity. Flriela. :;aiist.t JoIhu K. qI U S V I T
Walker anid |. B. .Mac<. Irartn.r tnfling ur- ,,
l.hr the tirm namt,.. aanial ,.tylt ft' n r.hh Wal-
ktcr & (",,.. aild thc '4% alker H:rdware (',.. in
MI liv) ain>. Kni ght .: r rnct I, Rlhl.t.
x '(,:s.hwn h' lt i,',. ,: art,'-r 'tli.- Capital, $100,000 Surplus, $250,000
ill ('o.; T'heIc' R l .eMaiiitanf tiiu riiog 1.o..; II I
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SsO MLoomls street,
*44pted the nove! Idea of
ag asl of common spar-
S m clock. While Jen-
t.bhs work aIn the stock-
verge of four times a
advent of the feether-
bM ome, hbe is now hap-
Sfeelg of surety that be
a t the tflt to punch the
ever day. As a certainty.
te starting noise every morn-
.ft hour, Jensen believes his
FLAI Irt" clock has anything
StL lias ever been turned out
Mit *sllM e mechanics.
l nine or ten of them
wire cage, hang on the rear
I. F the day, where they can
but at night, when
el ked up, the birds are
to the head of Jensen's bed
em a small table, says the Chl-
News. They seem to pay no at-
'" to t e te light of the gas burner,
aw dmw their heads deeper down
WLe l "r fA" and wink solemnly
a e4 ter tIn silence until the light

et te reLak of dawn, however,
SS tte Afrst rays of the sun come
'I-Am over the housetops and flicker
Sthe waters of the Ogden park
apo., the "alarm" starts "ringing"
Swith a vengeance. Like all closely or-
e- choir. the sparrows have a
MSler, a male bird. He is the first to
t hio voice In the summons which
ti-s Jeasen leaping from bed. One
1W eoe the brds join the "choir mas-
eg until the shrill piping can be
8-mra ll through the house.
-so atue of his inventionn" which
giihilaly tickles Jer -en Is the fact
tt the birds "skin to death." as hae
I-- t, any o the so called Inter-
Imt alarm clocks. The birds sing
i etMse, so to speak. stopping every
few eegeds for a long breath. They
ea rte their programme until some
a mber of the family removes them to
g perch aad fill the bottom of the
eae with crumbs and grain.
Jelgen, the "Inventor," has gained
abe*t te pounds since the Installation
el the eage of sparrows about a month
Ia, ad he is wearing a smile that re-
ft-a to remove itself from his counte-
uwe. He attributes his gain in avoir-
4ese to the feeling of happiness
whih comes with "getting next to na-
toe" and with having the sounds of
bcherfl bird talk the first to reach his
eas n arising In the morning.
"Grouchy?" ejaculated Jensen when
asked how he liked his alarm clock.
"Why, I haven't had a grouchy or sour
sminut since I got my little pets. To
make a man really cheerful and able to
bear up under the strains of business
and domestic life there is nothing like
the vice of nature's children to.do the
wrk. The first thing I hear In the
emralir is Bill-that's the leader-let-
tfag out a bunch of 'tweet-tweets' right
ta my ear. It Isn't very loud, and it
aleows me to awake slowly and gen-
fly. I remain In a kind of half dream.
taaganing that I am out in the woods
or In some beautiful garden and that
wonderfully plumaged birds are sing
lhg over my head.
"Then Maggie and Mike. the most In
d strious singers in the bunch, g,"t
busy, and I am thoroughly awakened.
Sometinelm Bill ts a little previous in
starting the 'beil' to going. and I have
a chance to lie in bed for a few mint-
ates and listen to the chlriping andl
Imagine all sorts of pleasant things.
Why. It keeps me in good humor all
day."
Jensen sees room for Improvement in
his Invention In ouly one direction.
The sparrows, led by the wonderful
Bill, start trouble Just as promptly uuen
as industriously on Sunday mornings
as on the other days of te week
Jensenu I now trying to train the spar
rows to notice the red numerals on the


calendar which hangs in his room. so
that he will be allowed to snooze on
Sunday and legal holidays.


Weman Suffrage Convention.
The coming annual convention of the
'National American Woman Suffrage
association, to be held at Buffalo. Oct
15 to 21, promises to be a most auspl-
clous occasion. This meeting will mark
the sixtieth anniversary of the first
convention ever held In the world In


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PlnI to Hde I*bl In Every Hotl.
An wanlm d movemit to place a
Ib n e h the mous t ery hotel aI
the UBted tatms was formulated at
Sthe Grand Avenue Methodist church tn
Kansas City. Mo.. the other nlght at a
meeting of the "Gideon." This is an
a organlatlon of traveling men. with
S8,000 members.


*
Why James Lee Got Well
Everybody in Zanesville, 0., knows Mrs.
Mary Lee, of rural route 8. She writes: "My
husband, James Lee, firmly believes he owres
his life to the use of Dr. Kings New Discov-
ery. His lungs were so severely affected that
consumption seemed inevitable, when a
friend recommended New Discovery. We
tried it, and its use has restored him to per-
feet health." Dr. King's New Discovery is
is the King of threat and lung remedies. For
coughs ae colds it has no equal. The first
dose gives relief. Try it! Sold under guar-
anee at Banner Drug Store. 50. and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.

Premature Explosion.
"Madam." said the street car con-
doctor. "is this your boy?"
"Yes, sir; he is," she snapped. "And
I am not going to pay any fare for
him. either. He isn't five years old
yet"'
"I didn't dream of asking you to pay
fare for him, ma'am. I was only go-
ing to tell you he's the brightest and
handsomest little fellow I've seen for
many a day."
Then be passed down the aisle, leav-
ing the portly dame speechless and
gasping for breath.-Chicago Tribune.
Bismarek and the French.
Bismarck had no great opinion of the
French. He believed that they are too
easily swayed by popular catchwords.
"Talk to a Frenchman about liberty,
equality and fraternity, tell him that
his nation Is the greatest in the world,
and you can do anything with him.
You can Impress the French more than
any other people If you tell them It is
done In the name of freedom."
Asked his opinion In the case of a
certain French spy he said: "It's a sad
case. You've got to hang him. but do It
with the utmost politeness, so as not to
hurt his feelings."
Filial Devetion.
A southern congressman tells of a
darky In a Georgia town whose best
quality is hri devotion to his aged
parent.
Once the congressman asked Pete
why he had never married.
"Why, boss." explained Pete. "I's
got an ole mudder. I had t' do for her.
suh. Ef I doan' buy her shoes an'
stockin's she doan' git none. Now,
boas. you see ef I was t' git married
I'd have t' buy 'em to' mah wife, an'
dat'd be takin' de shoes an' stocking's
right outer my ole muduer's mouf."-
Harper's Weekly.
Julius Caesar In London.
Julius Caesar left an estate in Eng-
land valued at $6,.75. He was a chem-
Ist, carrying on business in London.
His ancestor. Caesar Adelmare. an
Italian doctor, attended Queen Mary
and was paid the record fee of $i0).
She styled him her Julius Caesar. This
name be begged her to authorize him
to use. and she granted him letters of
naturalization. The Italian doctor's
son became Sir Julius Caesar and was
a prominent physician in his day.
Many of his family bearing the name
have been doctors and surgeons of dis-
tinction.
Peanuts.
Peanuts only thrive in a warm cli-
mate. The plant requires a limy. sandy
lhmmti and yields from two bushels
of po(ls planted an acre as ImnUc'h as
forty or fifty bushels of pods and two
tons of straw. The seed is planted
about one Inch deep In rows from
twen:ty-eight to thirty six mllices apart
i:: 1 from twelve to sixteen inllces in
:.* row when danger of lair :- priug
frosts has pa.esd. Af;.'r pllaltiig ind
during the growing period of tle 'crop
the soil is kept close and open and free
from weeds. The crop is harvested be-
fore frost in the fall. the plant being
;,'Mened by means of a special plow.
the'i t:ake'n up and put into shocks.
After drying from fifteen to twenty
days the pods are picked.


I)D.A tt'* Kidney and Bladder Pills atrp iit
Wvih.AL y11u IIed idan what y ou lahoiild 1e-t right
aw*y :or pain in the hack. lhak. ;chc, rhen--
t:.'i.ru pins. and all urinary aindl la1ddr
tr,:b'es ThousHnds of Iweople sutffr friom
kidney and bladder tro'ihle and donot know
it They think it is a col ur a strain. Don't
t.ak, any chances. (;ft DeWitt'% Kidney andl
B':adler Pills. They :are antiiseptic eani
promptly mthe tli- pain. DIl't fail t, iin-
ii-t upron '-W itt's Kiiney and Rl;dl'er P'i'ls.
We ..!' them. Sold hy Ranner Dr ig Store.



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A etrk t thoea
at a newpper Callet tao
him.
"Here is the manet ad.," he amd,
"In my long experience. It was hand-
ed In by a very pretty girl. Whe 1
read It I could hardly keep from ay-
ing to her, 'Ain't you ashamed "
"If the gentJoean who lent a brown
raincoat to a young lady In the park on
Sunday afternoon during the torm
will apply to the butler at 2117 Peanut
street, he can have the coat back upon
payment of the cost of this advertise-
ment."-Clncinnatl Enquirer.
The Flight of Birds.
To the average observer of the light
of birds everything is deceptive. To
compare the flight of a large bird with
a smaller one is especially so. The
cormorant of the seacoast seems to
be a slow flier, yet be does a mile in
one minute and ten seconds. The
honeybee seems to travel like a bul-
let, yet it takes him two minutes to
fly one mile. The humming bird does
not fly as fast as many slow flapping
birds of ungainly bulk. i'he quail ap-
pears to get away more rapidly than
does the mallard, but be does not do it.
A Curious Word.
Few words have so remarkable a his-
tory as the word "bankrupt." The
money lenders of Genoa, Venice and
Florence had benches or stalls in the
bourse, or exchange, in former times.
At these benches they conducted their
business. When any of them became
Insolvent his bench or bank was bro-
ken, because he had no further use
for it, and the name bank rotto, or
broken bench, was given to him. When
the word first came into use in Eng-
land It was nearer the Italian than it
now is, being "lmnkerout" Instead of
bankrupt.-Epwort h Herald.

Cold Weather Advice
to all is to beware of coughs and colds on the
chest; as neglected they readily lead to con-
sumption, pneumonia or other pulmonary
troubles. Just as soon as the cough appears
treat it with Ballard's Horehound Syrup the
standard cure of America. Use as directed-
perfectly harmless. A core and preventive
for all diseases of the lungs. Price 25c, 50
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Titusville
Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.

An Illustrious List.
What man in the hi:tory of the world
whose name began with A-and after
that every other letter of the alphabet
in order-exerted the greatest influ-
ence upon the thought and conduct of
mankind? Of course there are some
letters which are not very prolific in
the names of great men. but we think
most of our readers will be surprised
to see how many of the most illustri-
ous names in history are included In
this list. compiled by a correspondent:
Aristotle, Bacon. Confucius, Darwin.
Ezra, Franklin, Goethe, Homer. Isaiah,
Justinian. Kant, Luther. Mohammed.
Newton. Osslan. Plato, Quintlllian.


Rousseau. Shakespeare, Tasso,
Virgil. Washington. Xavier,
Zoroaster.-London Globe.


Uhland,
Your:g.


The 8pider and the Fly.
In the loug warfare between the
spider and the fly the latter has had
the housewife for Its auxiliary and
friend. The flies have been tolerated.
even fed and nurtured, while the spi-
ders and their webs have been ruth-
lessly destroyed. This unremitting
and unrelenting war against it keeps
the spider populationn down. while the
flies increase and multiply by the mil-
lions and tens of imilious. almost un-
checked. The spider is ugly, and his
web is unsightly In the estimation of
most people, but spiders hurt no hu-
man creature. They feed on flies.
which are the foes of mankind, and do
mankind a valuable serviLe.-Philadel-
phia Press.

More Than Enough Is Too Much
'Tr,, tainatainl health, a Lm:aturel WI or wo-
111;111 11i-4l's just e(nou'l i igh l toi d repair the
was-tt ainl .NIiiply cne-r..y andi l dy heat. The-
l.thalitlii.l cIon illiiilP|itii ,f lllura f IoIH1 tlhan is
Ie'.-~.,ary tfr tlie-. prit'.-sS is the priilme
called, ,,IfI' sal111:ih triiull, i htl umaiti'in, aind
disAor.pil r,.s t Ih kidney. If troublila with
inalize -ltiona. r4-vi-e. yoilir ,iiit. let ra:tson atiln
niiot a:lIw it- c- intrIl ani t;a ke I t-w sies'..,, of
('hatldil' i lc iii's Staiiac.h ai nl Liver Tall,-ts
Delict Yo)II %ill '.uii o Iw* Ii iight againl. r""i,
s bl I- y I 'lt -.vill. i'liha;ti :A y.

Stretching.
Stret'-hing 1. g:.' ";, :', ise. When a
man aiannot wake uil> i the middle of
the night or in the morning and take
a good stretch he Otoght to kick him-
sclf itl-) ssonie sort of .omuprehensi-
bility. .A vigorouu stretch in bed or
out of it is calculated to excite all the
nerves, muscles, veins and arteries of
the entire system, thereby stimulating
the heart action and enlivening the
dormant brain. You may int know
that thle brain sleeps. It requires :a
stirring up. All the cords and tendons
na the body need rest. They need
awakening also. All the vitals must
be aroused. Stretching is a first rate
rouser. Stretch, stretch. stretch:-New


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"low is the old m:tu getting on these
days?"
"Well. he kin Juup up an' crack his
heels twice when be ain't got the rheu-
matism. an' when that comes on be kin
stay still an' cuss out the uman that
made the cuss words!"-Atlanta Con-
stitution.
Father lealy's wit seldom had a
sting to it. ()O one occasion. however,
some vulgar people asked how he got
on so well In fine houses. "Faith,"
said Father Healy, "It must le from
my mother I got It. for papa was as
common as any of you." Liverpool
Mercury.
The First Evolutionist.
The first to suggest the transmuta-
tion of species among animals was
Buffon. about 1750. The eccentric
Lord Monlbddo was the first to sug-
gest the possible descent of man from
the ape, about 1774. In 1S13 a Dr. W.
('. Wells first proposed to a:I, 'y the
principle of natural selection to the
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SA Net D.
A a a et mely drollery t would
S han to ad a better example than
S@w M asaory isataed by a promt
SmaaecUtlat pch rower who
Large erhards at Georgia:
Jo" said he to hbi driver.
1B a very hotday."
O bTE, %ass replied Jaoe. I I
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ak dis an. I due*no what I'd ever git
am to pay bhi wld."--bxct ag

Ml TYoongwrft-Wby wll you treat
ma aot He you are home at 9
aoeek. whe I did not expect you
tin mldnlt. Mr. Teonguasband-
Wll, ar mt you glad I came early?
Ifm. T mgwife-No, I'm not. I had
jst thboaht what a good scolding I
wold give you, and now there's no
raoo for It. I'm going to have a good
ery.-Patheader.
What Would He ay?
"Have you anything to say before
amence is passed upon your asked
.the Judge
"I have," replied the prisoner.
"Well what is It?" demanded the

"On second thought" returned the
prisoner, I believe I'll not say it 1
don't care to have a Sae for contempt
of court pled on to my ote sea-
tame."--4icago Post
The luoelve Carp.
To become a successful carp fisher
the frt aenstll Is patience, as with
the moet suitable tackle, bait and
weather, and with care taken to Insure
success It Is quite possible to fab for
days without getting so much as a
carp bite and this, too, In waters
known to be well stocked with them.
carp fishing is a very high branch of
the anger's art.-Fshlng Gauette.
Feeling His Wife.
"I would advise you." he said to the
friend he was taking home to dinner,
"to try sme of my wife's branded
peaches. Of course I know you don't
care for them ordinarily, but these
are worth trying."
"Extra good, are they?'
"Well. 1 bought the brandy myself
and dumped an extra bottle of It In
when she wasn't looklng."-Kansas
Cty Independent.
The Matrimonial Neese.
Jenks (gleefully)-I've got a conun
drum for you. old man.
Jenkins (wearily)-Well, what it It?
Jenks-If a girl sues a fellow for
breach of promise and compels him to
marry her isn't that what you would
call being lass-sued Into matrimony?
And the only answer Jenkins made
was, "Oh, you go hang yourself*'-
Exchange.


Didn't Mind Suspense.
"Oh, really, Mr. Hotspur, this Is so
sudden!" exclaimed the shy young
creature who had been expecting It
4or three months. "I couldn't possibly
answer you tonight. You must give
me time to consider."
"All right." sald the young man gay-
ly, "just so you let me know right
now what the answer will be after you
have thought the matter over."-Ex-
change.
The Siekle of the Sphinx.
The oldest piece of wrought Iron In
existence is believed to be a roughly
fashioned sickle blade found by Bel
soul In Karmas. near Thebes. It was
Imbedded in mortar under the base of
the sphinx and on that account l.s
known as "the sickle of the sphinx."
lt Is now In the British museum and
Is believed to be nearly 4.000 years
old.
One of Life's right Spots.
If there Is anything that suggests
Aemvel mauatc it Is when in flytime


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*t 4 to.- cwhaa.


"Ths brad is made with am wa-
tr." sald a mearde baker, "and it is
thought to be good for the dyspeptic.
Another bread, baked with the pow-
dered seaweed called Porphyra racial.
ta. Is t ate by rbeumatic suffers,
with fir results. They ay that whole
wheat bread mixed with a flour made
of powdered fahbonea helps certain
sorta of skin diseases. There i r-
eo for beUeving In the medicinal
ropertaie of the sa and its pred-
acts" said the baker learnedly. "They
who live on the shore will tell you
how at certain seasons many kinds of
animal -eattle, sheep, horses and
even poultry-come down on the sands
and drink of the bitter waters."-New
erk Press.
A Little Demen In the Heart.
An insane devil lurks in the heart of
the moat sainted of women. It is the
little devil that makes the young wife
ask her devoted husband which of the
two be would save If she and his moth-
er were drowning. writes William J.
Locke In "Simple Septimus" In the
American Magazine. It is the same
little devil that is responsible for infi-
alte mendacity on the part of men.
"Have you said that to another wo-
man?" No; of course e hadn't, and
the wretch is Instantly perjured. "My
hnmortal soul." says the good fellow.
Inatsntsneously converted Into an atro-
clous liar, and the little devil cooes
with satisfaction and curls himself up
saugly to sleep.


Suffering For Love.
An Bnglisb traveler In northern Ni-
geria describes an Interesting custom
connected with marriage which he
came across among the Fulani, a tribe
of wandering herdsmen who show no
trace of negro blood and are supposed
to be of Asiatic origin. One might al-
most suppose that they had advanced
Ideas about the relations of the sexes.
Before a man is allowed to marry be
has to stand a sound thrashing with-
out wincing. In some parts of Europe
this test of fitness for the wedded state
might more reasonably be applied to
the woman. One is reminded of Thom-
as Edgeworth's friend, who In select-
ing a bride dropped hot sealing wax
on the girl's arm and fired a pistol off
near her ear.
When Water Ge's Into a Watch.
A watchmaker who has worked at
the bench for over a quarter of a cen-
tury gives this advice to watch own-
ers who may accidentally get water
into their watches: Do not open your
watch until you secure some sort of
dish Into which to place it and also
enough kerosene to cover it all over.
Any old tin can will do. Open your
watch case. both front and back cov-
ers. and carefully move it around In
the kerosene until you have filled It
with oil. Allow it to remain in the
kerosene until you can have It cleaned.
It will come out of the oil without any
of the parts rusting, thus saving much
exlpe.-e and the watch.-Plopular Me-
chaniues
Words That Rankle.
A charming young actress stood
alone In the foyer of a local theater
the other afternoon at the close of a
rehearsal, which had been a very try-
ing one to her. A frown furrowed her
pretty brow.
"What's the trouble?" queried the
stage manager, who had troubles of
his own.
"Oh, nothing," replied the fair one,
well nigh In tears. "only--only-there
are two words that I wish with all my
heart could be eliminated from the
English language."
"Is hbat all? Well. what are the
words? Perhaps I can arrange It"
."The words." said the actress as her
eyes flashed. "are leading lady! That's
all."
"Tut. tut! Forget rehearsal and re-
member your possible future."
And the youthful actress smiled
again.-New Tork Globe.
Meeting an Emergency.
When the late William Windom. see-
retary of the treasury, dropped dead
at a chamber of commerce dinner in
-- ,4in *a ho


4peg r aga
etl Windets
OaSheem As
wai qe**tM a me er ma1
ebh the mats, a emterpreisag editor
wraot: Zhe Hor. WilIam Wisdom
bmppe ad a t the chamber of om-
aree dinner last night If he had.
sot dropped dead be would have
spoken as follows" Thus It stood until
they could make over.
Dogs of Luxury.
The appearance of little ds as ob-
Jects of luxury on back to the mart
ancient times. says the Loodon Globe.
Documents are not wanting to show
that Greek and Roman women had pet
dogs which they idolied. Even men,
particularly among foreigners. were not
ashamed to walk the streets of Rome
with pet dogs under their arms. Plu-
tarch relates that Julius Caesar. seeing
one day In Romom e strangers thus
loaded with theft dogs. asked them
Ironically whether the women of their
country did not bear children. Tertia.
the daughter of Lucius Aurelius Pau-
lus. was so fond of her dog that In the
moment of bidding farewell to her fa-
ther, who was about to leave his count
try and his family to wage war against
Perseus, king of Macedonia. she frank-
ly admitted that the sadness Imprinted
on her face was due to the death of her
pet dog Persa.
One en the Rector.
The little daughter of a local clergy-
man has reached the age where big
words are apt to floor her and where
she s very sensitive to the remarks of
an older brother.
Not long ago she came running to her
father.
"Papa, papa. George called me
names."
"Why, what did Georgie say?'
"Oh." said the little girl, with a
strong expression of disgust, "he said
I practiced what I preached! I don't,
do Ir'
"Well, my child, I"-
"But I don't, do 1, papa? I don't any
more than you do, do I
And then the rector choked up. But
he took a half hour from his sermon
and explained the meaning of the ob-
noxious expression to the best of his
abillty.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.


In Time For the Train.
"Am I in time for the overland lim-
lted?" gasped the man with the valise
hurrying up to the ticket seller's win-
dow in the railway station at Dreary-
hurst.
"Yes. ir."
"When is It due?'
"In live minutes."
"I want a ticket to Kansas City."
"All right sir."
The stranger bought his ticket and
sat down to wait
Presently a train whizzed by at the
rate of fifty miles an hour.
"What train was that?" he asked.
"The overland limited."
"Doesn't it stop here?"
"No, sir."
"Great Scott! Why didn't you tell
me?"
"Great Scott! Why didn't you ask
me, air"' said the ticket seller.-Leav-
enworth Times.
Geographical Puzzles.
A most puzzling geographic mystery
has come down from ancient times.
This is the old question as to the iden-
tity of Ultima Thule. It was about
400 B. C. that Pytheas, a citizen of
Massilia, sailed on his famous voyage.
He discovered Albion and then con-
tinued farther north till he reached a
spot which he named Ultima Thule.
What this country was has never been
determined. It may have been Shet-
land or Norway or Iceland.
Another ancient puzzle is that of At-
lantis. It is commonly believed now-
adays that this vanished continent did
once actually lie beyond the pillars of
Hercules, and there are theories un-
ending concerning it. Some regard the
Canary Islands as fragmentary remains
of It, others think that the supposedly
lost land was really America; but. in
considering these speculations, it is
well to bear in mind the fact that the
first mention of the country was made
by Plato, and many scholars are sure
that the phllosopher merely indulged
in an Imaginative flight. The solitary
evidence that Atlantis ever existed is
his reference to it.-Chicago Record-
Herald.
Shaking Up
imay all we very well as far as the trusts aire
concvnruld, tut not whiml it cotmies to chill.
and fever and iir.laria. Quit tie quinine aml
take a real eur,.--Blla*rd's Herhiine. ('o,-
tains no harmful ailrugs aud is as certain au.
taxes. If it doesn't ('ure you get your iniyIv
hack. .ol hby TitusvillIe Plarnacy :and ian-
tier Drug Store.


Funds to Fight Consumption.
Sums have t&In received amounting
to a total of $225,000 for the Koch en-
dowment. to be supplied In the cru-
sade against tuberculosis as Dr. Koch
may direct.


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substance. Its ae its garage It destroys WrM
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FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75.


IN EFFECT APRIL 14, 190h


No. 99 No. 29 MAI LINE I No. No. 9
Daily Dally Da lly I Daii,
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626 Im 1035am Ar..... St.Augu.qttno .......v 4 10 pm 7: aae
732 pm 1143 am Lv....---..KEat Palatk- Lv S 0 pm i';J am
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11 18prm 3S9pm Lv........ Tituvllle......... ...Lv 111 pm 2; aU M
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PALATKA BRANCH
Leave EAST PALATKA I Arrive Leave
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PALATKA TO Arrive.
EAST PALATKA Pala
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........N. 5l iaily ......... 11 35 am
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PornaosW thisl week

--ll U raop of oranges,
sad bableB Cocoma
an 0kmap.
ho has been with
mepnths, hasgone
for a vacation.
Sajnd Mr. U Maurice Weinberg
Sp n 9 uM ors of a finey,boy, brn
-;.a morning at 8 o'clock.
Sr how, formerly of the News
,i,* returned to his old job,
Sto t delight of theCocoapeo-

SMr. t L ert and wife and
p--any with Aaron Cleve-
SCooa beach this week
cE days outing.
SOwing to nilnem of the pastor's
, lf- Mr. Taylor led services at
S, MAodht church Sunday night. He
reetly moved to Cocoa


We soke last week of the whiskey
evil. Tisweek the writer wishes
to speak his sentiments and to do so
hewides to employ the words of
Gov. Hanly, of Indiana, who said:
"PIoaoally I have seen so much of
the evils o the liquor traffic in the
ast few years, so much of its eco-
nomie wate, so much of its physical
rul, so much of its mental blight,
- so much of its tears and heat ,
that I have come to regard the busi-
nmas one that must be held and
controlled by strong and effective
laws. I bear no malice towards those
engaged in the business, but I hate
the traie, I hate its every phase, I
hate it for its intolerance, I hate it
for it arrogance, I hate it for its hy-
pocrif, I hate it for its cant and
craft and pretense, I hate it for its
ommrciaism, I hate it for its greed
ad avarice, I hate it for its sordid
love of gain at any price, I hate it for
im damnation politics, I hate it
forits corrupting influence in civic
affairs, I hate it for its incessant
effort to debauch the suffrage of
the country, for the cowards it
makes of public men, I hate it
for its disregard of law, I hate it
for its ruthless tramping of the sol-
emn compacts of state constitutions,
I hate it for the load it straps to la-
bor's back for the palsied hands it
gives to toil, for its wounds to genius,
for the tragedies of its might have
beens, I hate it for the human wrecks
it has caused, I hate it for the alms-
houses it peoples, for the prisons it
fills, for theinsanity it begets, for its
countless graves in potters' fields, I
hate it for the mental ruin it imposes
uponits victims, for its spiritual
blight, for its moral degradation, I
hate it for the crimes it has commit-
ted, I hate it for the homes it has de-
stroyed, I hate it for the hearts it has
broken, I hate it for the malice it
has pated in the hearts of men, for
its poison, for it bitterness, for the
dead se fruit with which it starves
their souls; I hate it for the grief it
causes womanhood, the scalding
tears, the hopes deferred, the stran-
gled aspirations, its burden of want
and care; I hate it for its heartless
cruelty to the aged, the infirm and
the helpless, for the shadow it throws
upon the lives of children, for its
monstrous injustice to blameless little
ones; I hate it as virtue hates vice,
as truth hates error, as righteous-
ness hatessin, as justice hates wrong,
as liberty hates tyranny, as freedom
hates oppression; I hate it as Abra-
ham Lincoln hated slavery, and as he
sometime saw in prophetic vision
the end of slavery and the coming of
the time when the sun should shine
and the rain should fall upon no
slave in all the Republic, so I some-
times seem to see the end of the
whole traffic-the coming of the
time when, if it does not cease to be,
it shall md no safe habitation any-
where beneath Old Glory's stainless
stae
eor sorwe Fet
"I havew ad Backlms's Arniea Salve tobe
the iN thlt at s for sore feet, well
u IT lis hmU aum, eut, and all mI-
r'of oaa-' "rtos Mr. W. I8, of
D nhirMLaJte. Ith S*(* bppe thing, too.


^Ml-mibner beM Olir as oM


DBom who i e one o our old
XaOMbrUWs^ out of dMganmd gain-
jBstga oigth.
Mr. adMn. mswere calling
on F. W. Mnson and family last Fri-
day. It has been a long time since
they were in our little town and they
noticed many improvements.
Mr. Wadsworth has treated every-
body in town to a basket of fine ap-
pies from hi home orchard. He was
afraid they would not keep and eve-
ryone was quite willing to help save
them.
Word of the very serious illness of
Mr. H. M. Lee, of Kansas City, Mo.,
has reached us. Mr. Lee and family
have been regular winter residents
for over twenty years and have many
very warm friends here. We earn-
estly hope he may recover.
Archie Chambers and wife arrived
last week from Jacksonville and will
make their home in Georgiana. Ar-
chie has been in very poor health for
some time past and has been compell-
ed to give up his position and try
country life for a time. We are glad
to have these young people with us
and hope the change of air and occu-
pation will restore his lost health.


Miss Wright, an aunt of Mr. Handy,
died very suddenly last Friday and
was buried late Saturday afternoon.
She was in frail health and did not
attempt the journey north this sum-
mer, preferring to board with Mrs.
Baldwin during the short time that
Mrs. Handy was away. Her death
was a shock to the community and it
was impossible for her friends to
reach here in time for the funeral.
For Chapped Skin
Chapped skin, whether on the hands or
face may be cured in one night by applying
Chamberlain's Salve. It isalsounequaled for
sore nipple. burns and scalds. For sale by
rituaville Phanmacy.
Cheapest accident insurance.Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Stops the pain and heals the
wound. All druggists sell it.
EAU GATT.TTR
Mr. A. R. Hodgson spent Saturday
in Jacksonville on business.


Mrs. Cross, of Fort Pierce,
Sunday with Mrs. A. P. Edge.


spent


Mrs. Arno and children left Satur-
day for DeLand on a visit to her pa-
rents.
General Castleman, of Lexington,
passed through Sunday on his way to
Cuba.
Capt. Sammis and wife, of Mel-
bourne, spent Wednesday afternoon
in town.
Mr. McCrimmon, of Miami. was in
town Friday and Saturday with Mr.
A. P. Edge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Christian
left Sunday night for a visit with rel-
atives in Ala.
*
Miss Ellen Mathers returned home
Thursday after a month spent in
Chattanooga.
Miss Cora Munson returned to her
home in Georgiana after a visit with
Mrs. J. B. Hawk.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Segui and niece
Fannie Braddock, have moved to Wa-
basso for the winter.
Quite a number of the young peo-
ple attended the dance at Melbourne
last Saturday evening.
Miss Ida Powell arrived Friday
from Fairbluff, N. C., and has be-
gun her class in music for the winter.
Mrs. Irvin Hiscock returned to her
home in W. Palm Beach after a visit
with her sister, Mrs. Sherman Single-
ton.
Mr. H. U. Hodgson has completed
the fence to his cottage on Houston
street, making it one of the prettiest
in town.
Gilbert Macy is expected to arrive
this week from Wabash, Ind., for a
month's visit with his father and un-
cle, Professor and Mr. Macy.
The Rally day program rendered


the Chest


Ask your doctor the medical I
same for a cold on the chest.
He will my, "Broachitis."
Ask him if it i ever serious.
Ludy, ask him If he pre-
scribes Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral for this disease. Keep
ia close touch with your
family physician.
W We bealeb omol
bess Owsetems""
w & you toI
lie Cwe"
etal iesr w

bhen you tell your doctor about the bad
taste in your mouth, loss of appetite for
breakfast, and frequent headaches, and
when be sees your coated tongue, he will
say, You are bilious." Ayer's Pills
work welliJ such cases.
--Sde ba se*J.. Ar o., Zewou.m M--
-- -
tiring in her efforts for a success.
The program was enjoyed by all pres-
ent. Four new members were taken
in the church after the service.
She Likes Good Things
Mrs. Chan. R. Smith. of West Franklin.Me.,
mys: "I like good things and have adopted
Dr. King's New Life Pills as our family lax-
ative medicine, because they are good and do
their work without making a fuss about it."
Thewe pinhais puriiers sold at Banner Drpg
Store. 25k.

Inspectors and Clerks Appointed
for the General Election
The following named were appointed
inspectors and clerks of the general
election to be held on November 3rd,
1908:
Precinct No. 1
W. S. Ballou, Alexander Carlile, Rob-
ert Chaudoin, inspectors; G. B. Gard-
ner, clerk.
Precinct No. 2


P. J. Hall, W.
Wright, inspectors;


F. Futch, F. B.
J. P. Wilson, clerk.


Precinct No. 3
Charles Nichols, B. F. Beal, J. D.
Hatter, inspectors; W. H. Sharpe,
clerk.
Precinct No. 4
J. M. Sanders, Fred Fisher, J. C.
Shaw, inspectors; E. C. Johnson, clerk.
Precinct No. 5
P. A. McMillan, W. H. H. Gleason,
John Houston, inspectors; S. K. Watts,
clerk.
Precinct No. 6
G. S. Snedeker, E. P. Branch, W. O.
Wallace, inspectors; C. J. F. Campbell,
clerk.
Precinct No. 7
W. P. Arnold, G. W. Washburn, F.
M. Forrest, inspectors; F. W. Com-
stock, clerk.
Precinct No. 8


Chas. Christianson, John
Lars Joergenson, inspectors;
Benson, clerk.


Precinct No. 9
C. L. Stewart, Winslow
J. Ragan, inspectors; S.
clerk.


Benson,
Adolph


Bisbee, W.
A. Osteen,


Precinct No. 10
P. H. Wittfeld, James Tuttle, A. B.
Carter, inspectors; C. D. Provost, clerk.
Precinct No. 11
J. D. Sams, T. S. Sanders, F. G.
Humphreys, inspectors; J. E. Reed,
clerk.
Precinct No. 12
C. H. Nauman, B. H. Watton, T. R.
Crook, inspectors; W. Watton, clerk.
Precinct No. 13
Geo. Quarterman, H. L. Holmes,
W. C. Peterson, inspectors; N. N. Pen-
ny, clerk.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true and correct list of the inspectors
and clerks appointed by this board on
October 14th, 1908, to serve at the gen-
eral election to be held on the3rd day of
November, 1908.
R. A. CONKLING,
Chairman of the Board of County Com-
missioners of Brevard County. Florida.
Attest:
A. A. STEWART,
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners of Brevard County,
Florida.
By A. 0. SLtwart. D. C.
(Seal of County C'ommissioners)
leWitt's li tlh Eirly Ri-s r- a;r t lie f:ttiin,'i
little .iil.ls e:t.%y t) take. -, t. . ilt- :arntilt ,i.ti '.
<;it 7%rly lzi..rs. Th i ry th. ell. h, pill,
in:lole. W\Vt sell themli ,li lby linier irug
6 om)iIntt~y.
'eel laliu iL'il. w ak. ruin-iwel i' If .l t ila li,.
StoImach "-"tr'" .lust a plain cw,- I. ,x' aI y livrr.
Butirrdk Itlhiw Bitters tones liver uidl .twrn-
acli. pruotl tea ldiesatioin. ipuritiet' the bhIdni.
NOTI.'OF RlE-IKRGf. NIZATIEON
fV TH ITUIrUmV I.LLE L.' MKE CO.
NXtiec is hereby given that Frank 1 Rattle
andl G(;ore I'. Battle have this 17th day of
July. lsd. suldl a d couveyed all ,i' tlhir in-
terest in the firm kunwii as the Titusville
Lumhbr company to their former partner.
Henryii E. Pritdtett aud have cctvid t,, w-


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Names Stricken off Registration
Books of Brevard County
List of names stricken from the reg-
istration books by the board of county'
commissioners at their meeting held Oc-
tober 14th and 15th, 1908:
Precinct No. 1
James Boyd
John A. Carlile
D. L. Curris
H. B. Clyatt
John Gunsby
W. W. Glisting
L. H. Hyers
W. B. Kyzer
M. M. Knight
F. W. Lowe
A. J. Moore
G. E. Mason
D. W. Simmons
R. Williams
Precinct No. 2
J. G. Bast
W. N. Brown
Josh Baker
A. J. Davis
E. J. Davis
Henry Davis
Jas. DeVoe
J. 0. Fries
F. Ferreira
W. B. Gilbert
John Henderson
Chas. Long
Leon Long
R. L. Motlow
E. J. Murrin
M. A. Metzger
W. H. Parker
O. A. Quarterman, Jr.
A. M. Stevens
Wm. J. Smith
Cleveland Simmons
Bond E. Stokes
1.. G. Werring
Geo. W. Woods
J. D. Young
Precinct No. 3
John A. Bentei
Clarence Boyle
H. S. Black
G. W. Johnson
A. A. Lambert
C. C. Mast
E. M. Mast
Wm. R. Nicholson
Rufus Powers
W. A. Simmons
E. J. Tarpley, Jr.
Precinct No. 4
L. B. Aikens
Charles Carrington
Wallace Dasher
Joe Days
Erwin Williams
'. A. Johnson
Horace Jones
F.. Lip)
Geo. B. Mason
lironson Monroe
.lohn Morgan
.1. I. Powers
;ib Stelhens
Geo. Thompson
'harles A. Vuille
.John Wilson
Samuel Waller
lien Washington
Ed Williams
Precinct No. 5
.. S. Brvan
(;. W. luddl
lames Cash
(eo. (;. ason
E. F. Hatch
S. L. lambertt
H[. R. (:mstenui
Albert Owens
Edward Pummet
John Parker
.Jerry W. Scott
Peter Sellers
Albtrt A. Thompson
.J. N. Taylor
Precinct No. 6
J. A. Hoke, Jr.
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Precinct No. 8
None
Precinct No. 9
G. A. .cJunkin
Precinct No. 10
None
Precinct No. 11
J. M. Field
Precinct No 19
None
Precinct No 18
None
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true and correct list of all of the
names stricken from the registration
books by the board of county commis-
sioners at their meeting held on the 14th
and 15th days of October, 1908.
R. A. CONKLING,
Chairman of Board of County Commis-
sioners of Brevard County, Florida.
Attest:
A. A. STEWART,
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners of Brevard County,
Florida.,
By 0. A. Stewart, D. C.
(Seal of County Commissioners.)
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