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 23, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00672
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Im galet d ads s school
u ssa -r ]Drag Sturm.-
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<.bIv vtiilvesin towa thi weeL
Getov boating boots toe bst,
rta kbdbtst give -tisa from

t the lMe and agricltural.
suo d Brevard county.
h n Smle of Courtn
S e: wi a vhft with rind,
i MnkStewartd this week.
Mr.and Mrs. W.M. Prindle, .of
Eummti ~W. Va., expectto reach
ie about the 10th od Novem-

Mr. Gew. B.Prltehett arrived from
go sia s Friday and is here to
Look sat= mavig his furniture to
Giad dipose of some real e-

r Dr. J. 8. Datd returned the first
th we k h& several day's
In Jacksonevie, having ma panied
srb W. F. Gren and B.
d that f r their return to New

Mms 8. Ptter~, of Chicago,
a ioe of our toanman, Dr. J. S.
SDanie, sanow vit in Ttostvill
.1d MW do
Ssltopi at the pmhrat. Mrs.
Mum g-ve Tim n 8rAB ofee a call

A mbed drm n left the
aet tdswek for Vter where
; ast V I ikh Ch06. W s = ,
L- Ue up a bra h '
ada which will
p. u ntil tde closed eson co-
S mms, the 15th of November.
Nodce to Voters
Tlb board county commission-
ers wll meet Saturday, Oct. 2 th,
to rse as the retration list any
perse whose ame been rrone-
oncly srickeD.
'..; A A. A.UrWArT,
C erk of the Board.

Oe.-Far Ra to Jacksonville

On aeont of the Jacksonvile car-
nival, October 2th to St, inclusive,
ll agents of the Florid Et Coast
railway have instructions to sell tick-
es at ome fr pls 5 cents for the
round trip: Tikets to be old daily
October th to 0th, inclusve, with
fina limit November 1st 1908. .
T ryamat Su'days rw at tbe Palm-
Ta ad a wat ew s have beo anm i
To Build a New City Dock

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You'll Always
Find Here....
whatever your taste desires in
cloths, for we cn have them made
to yor own order by our well-known
Chiago tailors, Ed. V. Price &Co.,
from your

alM of iM HSitlml frics
Suit or overcoat it will be right on
the minute of style, faulted in
shape, correct in fit, distinctively in-
dividual in appearance, and uncom-
Imuuuleliu Price
Small local tailrs cannot produce
anything better in quality and finish
for twice the money; nowhere else
can you find such a variety of pat-
terns. Place your order today.
Titusville, Florida.

How to Protct the Fish
Slanm, FLA., Oct. 15th, 1908.
UIter of Tax FuDmA 8srA
Will you kindly give one who is in
the fish business a small space to an-
swer the Ties-Union in regard to
violations of the present fish laws?
I think in one instance an injtce
is done the sheriff of Brevard county.
He would enforce the law if he could
collect fines.
I would suggest that all illegal
nets be destroyed and boats seized
and sold. That would stop illegal
fishing. Mullet are now caught that
have never spawned. Give them a
chance one season at least; also make
the time from 15th November to 81st
ecember a close seaso in fact, not
in name only.
I am satisfied that more mullet are
destroedfrom Oak Hill canal to
New Smyrna inlet during said dose
sesn than is done by legal gill net-
ting during the balance of the year.
Would say stop all kinds offish-
ing except with lines. I would also
suggest a license tax of at least $50
on all fishermen not actual residents
of the county in which the fishing is
Now, Mr. Editor, when the fish
laws are taken out of politics then
we may look for an honest law.
Hope you will not throw this in
the wase basket.

In addition to the above we find
the following on this subject in the
last general presentment of the
grand jury of St. Lucie county:
"The indiscriminate use of the
seine as it is now employed results
not only in destruction of small fish
under marketable size and fish out of
season, but in the destruction of their
food supply and spawning beds as
well. It is the opinion of those en-
gaged in the fish industry that the
use of the ill net is adequate for the
catch of suffient fish to supply the
market demand, and we earnestly re-
ommandA that tor hon rala balstrn



ihat i ldg Due ToWrids the D-

Tvdopm t of the PiMla I
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titutville.
Mrs. C. B. Kingman has returned
from a short visit with friends in
For the best shoes made get the
Edwin Clapp and Crossett makes.
Winston S. Banning, sole agent.
We should not be surprised a bit
if another prominent citizen of our
town should take unto himself a wife
side from Editor Walton, as we are
informed thatsaid p. c. is already en-
Sterling cottage, which has been
leased by Mr. Jnson, has just been
connected with the Palmhurst by a
porch, bringing the two into one
management and practically one ho-
The colored campmeeting is now in
session at this place, but will not
bold as long as on former occasions,
coming to a close on Sunday next,
which day promises to witness as
large an attendance as the closing
Sunday on previous occasions.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kline and
daughter, Miss Leona, returned from
New York last Friday. Evidently
their stayin that city has given them
robust health. Mr. Kline has just
added some handsome furnishings to
his store and is displaying the largest
and finest stock of goods ever brought
to this place.
Eat a few am at the Palmhuntt ad be

Sheriff Pll a Blind Tigr
Sheriff Brown located a blind tiger
at Rockledge the first of the week
and arrested Joe Dassey, colored, for
selling liquor in a dry county. This
is a circuit court case and will come
up for trial next week.
Sheriff Brown found a nice upright
piano in Dassey's possession which
he claims as his property and this
may help him to pay up his fine.
Pushing Repairs on the Hotel
The work of repairing and painting
the hotel is being pushed as rapidly
as possible. Contractor Hall has his
carpenters at work renewing the
porch floors, etc., the roof has been
repaired by Giles & Johnson, and
Wm. Maier has charge of the paint-
ing, which is a guarantee of its be-
ing well done. The trimmings of
the gables have already improved
the exterior appearance of the build-
ing greatly by the harmonious blend-
ing of colors.
Try the Palmhunt meals. They are

There was a P meetingof and representatives use all honorable ibbs-Warnoc
the town council on Wedneday eve- means to secure the passage of a law Gibbs-Warnock
ning when the city dock question prohibiting the use of a seine, with a Miss Leonora Warnock. daughter
was taken u a special butnea. severe penalty attached for the vio- of Mr. W. A. Warnock, president of
Marshal W rerted that he nation of the same. This isa question the Jamaica (N. Y.) Savings Bank.
had securedd about On. on private that should receive the most serious was married on October 14th to Mr.
subserition toward building a new attention of the legislature when It Geo. Couper Gibbs, of Jacksonville.
dock. lhe counl decided that the convenes in April. Are our food The bride is one of the best known
balance of the money needed could fishes to be allowed to be depleted? young society women in Jamaica.
be secured and Councilman P. J. Are non-residents to be allowed to while the groom is secretary of the
Hall wasempowered to proceed with come to Florida every year. catch and Florida Bar association and well
-the building of the dock. ship thousands of barrels of fish and known in Jacksonville, where they
It was the sense of the council, the ruin this industry in the state?" will reside after the honeymoon.
mayor consenting also, that the mer-
chants be allowed to open their stores Have you tried Sunday dinners at the Church Notes
for Sunday next, the 25th inst., on Palmhunt?
account of the immense crowd that Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
will be here on that day attending X-Rays Decides a Suit at Law i Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. .
the colored campmeeting, and at Oak Hill at 3 p.m. Confer-
-- ----t Mr. Geo. M. Robbins returned ence after morning service.
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't from Miami Tuesday. The case of Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Men's clothing, new and up-livia Albury vs. F. E. C. R'y Co.. in Marks church. Cocoa. on Sunday
yen's lothille als d p-on dae which Messrs. Robbins and Worleyv morning. October 25th. at 11 and in
aS t 5M0 airs of men's trc, defended the railroad, was decided St. ;abriels church. Titusville. on
bot p o mens trousers, in their favor. The suit was for dam- 'Sunday evening at 7:3). Everybody
prices antu.ig from to W ages on account of alleged injury to is cordially invited.
Juus KUNE plaintiff's foot in getting off a train.
Titusville, Florida. The X-rays system was introduced Gun Repair Shop.
Piano Playw for Sale and showed that her foot had always Guns stocked and shotguns re-
Simplex, mahogany, 40 rolls ofohence the case fe bored. All work guaranteed.
musw ad bench and cover. HENRY BENECKE, Titusville. Fla.
T. HALL, Indianola, Fla. If you need ee treatment, spectacles' ..
W -taIU Erlpuu o, Dr- A rmstrno. Q' For Sale Chean For Cash

Oran and Grpefruit Trees

mat Shibeh, Fla., on hifh
kmmek. Free f om white
w yewr to to yar old buds.
em 5 to e nts. Careful-
Ai md dM lmal at O(k Hill

Laura street, Jacksonville. He also I About 88 acres of good high land on
straightens cross eyes without knife. About 88 acres of good high land on
straight cro eyes thot kthe east or ocean side of the Indian river
'at the Narrows, described as follows:
New Bean Seed ;Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
1,000 to 1. and Extra Early Ref- ast This land is unimproved butfine-
unee bean seed. Price on aDDlica- I,, l as ete d.War f .rt nertic,. .aa.

Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, Oct. 26, 1908.
Ladies' skirts made in the latest
fashion in endless variety of styles,
prices ralng;ng from 85W to $15..
Ladies' readymade suits, new and
up-to-date, this is an entirely new
line, prices ranging from $15.& to
Ladies' coats, new and up-to-date
styles, prices ranging from $7.5 to
Ladies' golf jackets, prices ranging
from $2.5 to $5.M.
Ladies' tailor made shirtwaists,
fine Irish linen, the well known Grif-
fon brand, worth $3.00, special Mon-
day only, $1.99.
Handsomely trimmed waist, worth
$2.00, special $1.49.
Ladies' suiting, specially good for
suits and children s dresses, could
hardly be told from $1.00 a yard
dress goods, special 19 cents per yard.
Social prices in blankets and
11-4 all wool blankets, handsomely
bound, worth $3.50, special $229.
Ladies' hose, the well known Onyx
brand, put up 4 pair in a box, stamp-
ed $1.00, special Monday, 79 cents per
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KINE,
Titusville, Florida.

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,
Precinct No. 1
W. S. Ballou, Alexander Carlile, Rob-
ert Chaudoin, inspectors; G. B. Gard-
ner, clerk.

Precinct No. 2
P. J. Hall, W. F. Futch, F. B.
Wright, inspectors; J. P. Wilson, clerk.
Precinct No. 3
Charles Nichols, B. F. Beal, J. D.
Hatter, inspectors; W. H. Sharpe,
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,
Precinct No. 6
G. S. Snedeker, E. P. Branch, W. O.
Wallace, inspectors; C. J. F. Campbell,

Precinct No. 7
W. P. Arnold, G. W. Washburn, F.
M. Forrest, inspectors; F. W. Com-
stock, clerk.
Precinct No. 8

Chas. Christianson, John Benson,
Lars Joergenson, inspectors; Adolph
Benson, clerk.
Precinct No. 9
C. L. Stewart, Winslow Bisbee, W.
J. Ragan, inspectors; S. 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.
Precinct No. 12
C. H. Nauman. B. H. Watton, T. R.
Crook. inspectors; W. Watton. clerk.
Precinct No. 13
Geo. Quarterman. H. 1. 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 Ibhard on
October 14th, 198. to serve at the gen-
eral election to be hehl fon the :rd day of
November. 1*90.
Chairman of the Board of Countv Corn-
missioners of Brevard Cuunty. Ifloriia.
Clerk of the Board of County C ',n-
missioners of Brevard (ou'-nt..
By A. O. Stewart. D. C.
(Seal of County Commissioners)

Titusville Bottling Works,
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.
Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt-
IrVt *tttna to.l t Met ll, tmin.



SometlN tamet thL phqo f Uln.
vlll u Thl CM oa to
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Thnrivia.
Dr. =oughton ha returned to D
tona from the northern states.
Citrus trees grown n Bhigh
land. Address Indian River N
series, Toledo, Florida.
For hunting trouser get the b
duroy, all sizes at Bnnin'.
Rev. H. B. Gibbons hasresigmed
pastor of the First Baptist churh o
aytons to take effect Nov. IL.
Commodore Lorillard iand
are expected to return msoon f
their extended cruise to St. Aug
We learn that D. A. Blodgett,o
Grand Rapids, Mich., is serloody il.
It is hoped he will convales ad
he andhis family will be able to
spend the winter in Florida .uraml
The fall term of circuit court con-
venes here next Monday the th,
and the annual election of town oa-
cers also takes place that day, so it
will be an important date for bud-
We regret to state that there is
little or no improvement in the con-
dition of three of our townsme,
Capt. C. F. Fischer, Capt. P. Nelon
and Mr. S. N. Gladwin, who have
been ill for some time past.
Boat supplies, batteries, paints
Blankets, comforts, spreads
Ostermoor mattress, cotton pads
Globe-Wernicke book cases seetiomal
Talking machines, records, nedle
Book-keeping blanks, tab -.

Joe Fielding Writes from Virgini
Considerable speculation has been
going about as to what has become of
Prof. Joe Fielding, who went away
several months ago with Geo. Wood
right after serving as "best man" at
the latter's wedding. A letter from
the professor in Hallwood, Va., state
that he has defeated Kid Black in
Chicago three rounds; stopped Paddy
McGuigan in two rounds, although
McGuigan gave him a great btte
some 18 years ago; and wrestled a
draw with Big Tom Caton, in Larks-
ville, Penn., lasting two hours and
twenty minutes in which Fielding's
right arm was fractured-Eaton
weighed 185 pounds. Fielding is now
teaching the Physical Culture school
in Hallwood.
Let your servants go to campmatia
Sunday and take dinner at the Palmhbnt.

Mosquitoes are all gone now.
High winds and rain again this
Will Folsom, who has spent some
time in Valdosta, arrived Sunday and
'is now working for Mr. Snell.
Mrs. J. M. Myuck, of Odessa, Fla.,
arrived here Wednesday on a visit
with Mrs. 0. ('. Hans ,ll and family.
Mrs. M. O'Brian. f Savannah, is
the guest of her sis' *r, Mrs. L. K.
Myers. Mrs. Myer. :as been quite
ill lately.
Mr. A. M. Stead. 4 the State Life
l,,-urance Go.. Indi .napolis. Ind..
wt.i in Mires t.' rday ,n business for
that company.
Rv. Lee preached a splendid ser-
mon Sunday afterr. on to quite a
large crowd. A nu nlxr of Titus-
vi!le l't ople were pre-.nt.
If you have eye trou'. headache or
nervousness go to Jacksonville, see Dr.
i . '. .' .La:ra *t:- -t.

Winter Homes.
L4,ts for sale at Horti, Banana
River. A fine location, adjoining
Thousand Islands Club property.
J. B. JONES, (eorgiana, Fla.

For Sale
Ideal site for Florida winter home
in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet
on Indian river. Several bearing
orange and grapefruit trees.


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,O W mtn mutiomal ame
vi e r e m babll today,

W M them sre of the good
at a writi in the Indian-
l o ndnda ng the reign
IXdward was foremost
nain to earheryb and It
M 8" at te strenuous mon-
*AiPositlln be m-lntalned.
s bjets didn't altogether
f a this vlew, and when they had
Sie to th in't devote all of it to
JLs praetleU, but took a whirl at
Or other sports, each to his
a d It was this attitude which
pfs d IIn13 a 1n a letter being sent
F~t. e king to the London sheriffs.
'. M tr roya complaint King Edward
t''htM tht wkill in shooting with the
apVA a arrows was almost totally
a e for the pmrsuit of various
O d wAiu and unlawful games." He
h aeea commanded them to prevent
ob Mile practices within the city and
: a es of London and to ee that
Oth lare time on holidays was
: qWt In exercise with the bow and ar-
Iee." The penalty for footballing was
Iaeiommna t at the king's pleasure.
IBt aotwithatandnlo royal edicts
feotall had a mighty firm hold on the
eimsary, particularly the common
o, and the late Mr. Barclay has re-
TeP to thi in his unsimplifled spell-
la thus:
l studyrf plowman, lustle. strong and
OOoomh th the winter with driving the
mrgettln labour and many a grievous
Ilag ldward had an able second in
his antagonism to football in King
JaIms 1, who regarded the dangers of
the game as serious and gave out this
ee: "From this court I debarre the
fOte-ball, meeter for lamelng than
main able the users thereof."
Th football itself hasn't always been
the highly sclentiflc contrivance we of
today are used to seeing on Indiana
college fields or other college grounds.
'he rustic boys of the long ago used
a blown bladder without any leather
CeOerig, and inside the bladder they
plated peas and horse beaus, which
made a rattle as the ball wnas kicked
about This s the way our friend
BaRlay sw the pictur.-
Ad now aI the winter, when nienr kill
the fat swine.
They gt the bladder and blow it great
With KnY beans and person put within
It ratlth.o oundeth and shineth clere and
Whe it as thrown and caste up in the
Ieoh one contendeth and hath a great
With foote and with handed the ladder
for to smite.
It It fall to ground they .ifte It up
And this waye to lathour they :co',mourlt it
no payne.
Bven the aboemakers were keen for
the sport, and It whas ur lung the c us-
torn on each Shrove Tleue 'ay for taht
cbthers of Chester to deliver to the
drapers i the presence of the nmay.,r
of Obster at the cross on the Iltodehee
ome ball of leather called a football
to the value of 3a. e4d. or more to ilay
at from thence to the common hall of
the miM city. which Iprac'tke was pro-
hKctive of much inconvenience. and
thelefore la the year 140 by cousent
of the parties concerned the ball was
changed into six glayves of silver of a
Ilke value as a reward for the best

Ia an old comedy called "The Blind
ear of Dethnal Green," by John
Day, acted to 1650, this line it spoken
f himself by one of the characters.
"I m Tom 8trood of Hurling. I will
play a gole at campball or wrassel a
faB at the hip or the bin turn." By
amph ba the modest and retiring Mr.
tWd probably was referring to foot-
ball. which was played to the best ad
Vnse to nthe "camp." or open coun
ty. OMrtaly a champki footballst
*of 3W see to be wel able to wra-
aI a i wl as Ito e preWionet
SM &sown&02 '."- - A

.aVs #n oea masl oma' "Out
1 t se6 ms a a mneeL. Amd

fsa theI des eth M- N- sport
U nd I Ie heasd sheet tt hr
*ara. ye let that young Boatet
tay last naght unti 1 o'clock."
"BDt, maama, you told meI must
give hm tme to propose."
"But Ive hours!"
"Why, mamma, you know very wel
ow be stttere!" Cleveland Plata
Wmib God-Pa, our teacher say
that "collect" and "congregate" mean
the ame thing.
Rev. Mr. Good-Well you tell your
teacher that you have information that
there Is considerable difference be-
twMn a congreatlon and a colle-
"I wonder will they miss me?" wrote
the poet In violet ink on gilt edged pa-
And the editor as be tosmed the man-
icript into the yawning gulf at his
side murmured softly, "If they do, they
neTer ought to be trusted with a gun

agaln."-London Telegraph.
"So you finally proposed said his
"Well. to tell the truth." returned the
thoughtful youth, "I really didn't know
that I proposed, but she accepted me.
so I guess that settles it. I tell you
this language of ours is not to be used
"I can't stay long." said the chair-
man of the committee from the colored
church. "I Just come to see ef yo'
wouldn't join de mission band."
"Fo' de lar' sakes, honey." was the
reply, "doan' come to me! I can't even
play a mouf organ!"-Ladles' Home
In the reign of Edward III. there
were eminent clothiers and woolen
weavers whose family name was Blan-
ket. They were the first persons to
manufacture that comfortable material
which has ever since been called by
their name and which was then used
for peasants' clothing.
Charles IX. of France was bold
enough to Interfere with the attire of
the women of his realm. In 1561 be
forbade the ladies to use auy "banls
of embroidery stitching or fixings ,of
silk. excepting only a bordering the
width of a finger or at the most two
horderings with chain stltchings."
He was a frank New York beggar.
soliciting in Fourteenth street. who.
wheu asked why be didn't go to work.
answered. "Why should I try to get
work when I couldn't earn more th;::a
a couple of dollars a day and can:
make three or four dollars a day much
Kendrick iwho for two months Ihis
been studying Frenchb,-Say. ution. I
can write a good l better in Frrencvh n.'%
Sutton-Is that so? Well. you ntuy:
be able to write a good letter in
I'rench, lbut 1 don't believe yout c:n
write a letter In good French. Ex-
"I cive you niy word the next per-
son who interrupts the prtceeditirs."
said the judge sternly. "will be ex-
l'lled f:ont the courtroom and ordered
h o muie .-.
"liHoray." -rled the prisoner. unl the
judge pondered.-Ladies' Home Jour-
"Mtrumn:. I want rome water to
christen my doll." aid Ethel.
"N,,. dc:rr'." ;::.nswv-:-. htr viother re
proviir .'y "'I;*.. wr.o'.g to t:i tak, sport
of turch third "'
"Then I 1v: tt soIIt w.i x to w:ainate
her Sh..'< oldl en!,,!'Th to ha;ve ome-
thing done' "
It wais a 4':t:!uli;i: nw -\* :,i***.r \hic'i
pr'C ;>: 41x i ni l r'i"! t f .- nuir '1l.
I,'* c<>:;*' th;:1..g w th ei *lv. .in--
"V.";-,n t!he l;a!y" is dttne dr'i n itn w t
:. i tr Ie tun reedwd ;tr'nl 1: t -.1
Ipl;tce uiidetr a tal. If tne I lialy dt.i s niot
thrive on fn .h milk it should te toil

S lt ht.I it hiting skilat Hel*i s 1 1.uran
withO t M-~a!'. ar., i 1 /, rni.:. .tN::
rhet ,n. any it tii'i. lg A,;th" in.t< n: N ,*lt
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Machine to Destroy Boll Weevils.
Charles Lee. :a inegu .,f lious:''
Tex., has perfected a machine which.
he says. will destroy lh,,l weevils. The
machine is a siup,:e affair. ctnsistiu ;
primarily of a round l>x matnde of met-
al and having four protruding tubes
Within the outer receptacle is another
which contains chemicals capable of
Igniting and which give off deadly
Excellent Health Advice
Mrs. M. M. Davison. of No. 37i Giffori ave-
noe. San Jose, Cal.. nys* 'The worth of E'!e,-
tric Bittes a a general family rrmedy. lior
headache, biliousem and torpor of liver and
bowels, is o proseMaesd that I am prompted
t *y a mrdd is ia favor for the bneht of
thuss mekag relef imm inc afflictions.

Olmiemde MgTIM e
One and He PIinw so o,"IL
Proessor Wullam mM lim rse
of Columbla ualversty, I New Terk
city, who is president of the National
stittute of Arts and Itters. recetly
sugested that the Institute should
bend Its energies to the production of
a rousing national song that will com-
blne "Yankee Doodle." the "Star Span-
gled Banner." "MarseUlaise" and "Die
Wacht am Rhein" Into one patriotic
Profeeor Sloane is sure that the
need of the American people for a
good national anthem will soon be
supplied by the Institute. It will be
discussed fully at the next meeting in
November, and it is likely that a
prize will be offered for the national
hymn of the future. As yet the sub-
ject has not been taken up officially
by the institute, but Dr. lone has
sounded the feelings of his fellow
members of the society and found that
their opinions coincide with his.

Aeoplanes In Naval Warfare.
An aeroplane that can be started
from the deck of a battleship, that can
alight upon and rise from the sea,
stay in the air four hours and have a
speed of forty miles an hour is de-
manded by the navy department at
Washington. There is every probabil-
ity, says Harper's Weekly, that such
a machine will be forthcoming from
the Wright workshops at Dayton, O.,
and Wilbur Wright intends to hurry
back from France in order to continue
experiments with his brother for the
production of an aeroplane of this

Kidney Troubles May be Sapping
Your Life Away. Titusville Peo-
ple Have Learned This Fact
When a healthy man or woman be-
gins to run down without apparent
cause, becomes weak, languid, de-
pressed, suffers backache, headache,
dizzy spells and urinary disorders,
look to the kidneys for the cause of
it all. Keep the kidneys well and
they will keep you well. Doan's kid-
ney pills cure sick kidneys and keep
them well. Here is Titusville testi-
mony to prove it.
Mrs. Calvin Hunt, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "Prior to using
Doan's Kidney pills I suffered severe-
ly from dull, nagging backaches.
There was also a soreness and lame-
ness across the small of my back
which bothered me both day and
night. If I stooped I could hardly
straighten. No position I assumed
was comfortable and mornings upon
arising my back would be very lame.
My housework became a burden and
some days I was hardly able to attend
to my duties. It was finally my good
fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney
pills, and 1 procured a box. Since
using them I have been free from
backaches, the lameness and soreness
has vanished and I can now do my
work with teLse and comfort. You
are welcome to use my name as one
who can recommend D)oan's Kidney
pills very highly."
For sale by all dealers. Price 51
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name loan's and
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Sw -miemly" wittIra1W by the
.ms e ts vry eve o the war be-
0& S e tw Begas r and Brt In to 8
an M- WI Umnerm the" dilcalt ciellm-
"hem:lasm m tean the Blgas a army dremo-
i by the state the quality of Its material by
pi J- Immndal7y utterly defeating tes Servan
0 I*k at the Dea- Tbe peace strength of the bnlgsarl
to the wet t army Is roughly estimated at 8000
S- -l a adepeodent mena. but oo a war footing it Is cal-
ol ute by the treaty a Br- culated that the enormous fighting
aw p, e a trmt of vit atm- force of at least 375,000 can be placed
tl pw etae t Danube, at the the field. It is believed by the Bul-
M at tw pgnt waterway, and garian authorities that they can mob.
e-mlal n the msals line of railway tase their army, ready for war. In
ftne wstera a e to o inmtantti about a frtnight. It Is certain that
pa etbwest of gt is is the little mobillatotto n Bulgaria will take a
p milpamty of Mettegroa, wahos in shorter time than in any of the neigh-
d .sfre om Turkey was s ued boring countries.
dos of Bat rl. LTo ti Every Bulgaria, whatever be-his re-
aRs dIMMw t bed o te Aeriatc t lIgion, is liable to military service.
aI bew tb r r Dravo and t h re are the usual exemptions from
4e8Lt. an the trrotoi Ikown a service. Mohammedans, whose num-
Du a and Hersegovl, octally bers are yearly decreasing, may claim
8u" as Thrksh province though not to serve on payment of $100, which
by tde eaty berli, Pa Ued r they can seldom afford. LiabUily for
dto A -Ru Nl n goernment for service begins at the age of eighteen
aUl ratim arnd mltary occupy and last till forty-six. Men going
ties. AustBa gary has decreed th nto thet infantry remain two continu-
M a of the e pemnae-. The oa years with the colors and then
p latos i ptd tI or MaIlrm be psr s for eighteen years into the re-
*reiovln w o Idtea "i in r ~ serve. Recruits for the other arms of
o be 4 1s14 tb 1Chris- rcrth vie spend three years with the
a p n s v m- color and sixteen In the reserve. Aft-
eS tLr a douGreek churh in or completing his service in the active
U- Wm at Ia COm b d army the Bulgarian passes into the
tmn Catliks tl HwBmtegova. It landwebr, where he remains until the
-b.wewM a bo t wd taw age of forty-six.

Uihs a i rbtaasee by dlivt- Mannicher Firearms Used.
Ig their meambes between te Mo- The country is divided into nine dl-
mN ad uth4 eChitun visional districts, with headquarters
as rl was coaqu-er by ti at various strategical centers. Each
ei I ttlM or 800 years w- district supplies a division in peace
matd part of the Ottoman empire. time which expands In war to an
It was eoeStoitua d an autoWWotA prin- army corps of two divisions. Each dl-
eOpllty bythe BDr treaty In viso1 consists of eight battalions of
A.A-. i- -andaem having bee reclg- tInantry and a regiment of artillery,
asmd by s t umft Ia the treaty of and six of the divisions have each a
mla l 0i1ai. gn with the Rutesim regiment of divisional cavalry. Every
a m ma as earlier a the sam year. battalion has in peace time four com-
hm aiawer a ofBatt be was paalen In war each company be-
uhut pfaeo fo a tra In April, comes a battalion, so that every bat-
lb aty anl ed f the Servisas tall an peace time becomes four bat-
at aUt of M a I November. talons in war. The expansions due
1M o n the next year came to the very long period of time which
oat of Bulgaria with eastern Ron- the Bulgarian spends in the reserve
ella. Then followed the abdication of are very large, and the success of the
Prtee Alzeander owing to Russian s ,stem must very largely depend upon
pressure and the election of Prince the manner and rapidity with which
erdiad of lesax-oburg In 1887. mobilization can be effected and on
Th wear East Amerian the quality of the reserve of officers,
:on whom Ms large a share of the com-
Ste last twenty years the progress mand must fall. The infantry is arum-
of Bulgari has been amasaig-A- mr-- ed with the .315 Mannlicher magazine
thr.g naIns. Sta capital a d itr rifle and short bayonet.
thorooghbo s. Tbe capital, coan, in The Bulgarian army possesses about
tb early elghtls was a collectto of ifty-five batteries of field artillery.
ian bldlng s ad ilthy streets. Now nine batteries of mountain guns, six
It s a ane modern city, with well batteries of howitzer guns and three
paIedstrets, pleasant parks and beau- battalions of fortress artillery. The
tiful building wtth a population of artillery has recently been rearmed
nearly 100.000 Inhabitants. with new rench 'reuzot guns.
During the same period the exports The cavalry of Bulgaria consists of
and imports have nereased by over ;three squadrons of household troops.
1J00 per cent, the exports Including Beqldes these squadrons there Is a cav-
gralna, attar of roses, ilk and tobacco. airy division of about 2.500 men. Each
There Is a public elementary school dih:lional district Is supposed, in addl-
Ba every village and a secondary school ton. to have a regiment of cavalry, but
Ia every town of 10,000 Inhabitants. these are not at present all formed.
Saoa and the other cities possess ex- The cavalry is armed with the Mann-
celently equipped hospitals, and the Ih her carbine and saber.
state savings bank reeves 0000000 Land of Great Beuty.
4-oilt every month.
oarerally it may be said that Bul- The latest e,'tina11te of the population
garta is a nation of peasant farmers. of Bosnia places it at 2.0tU.o000 Ipeople.
The country is divided into small hold- underr Turkish rule no record was kept
tags, and the people are as hardwork- of the population. of these iore than
tag and earnest as small farmers gen- about WO0.I0)0 are Turks, T o.(0t() Greeks.
rally are. It is quite natural that so 494.124 RomAnu Catholics. !s.311 Jews.
determined and so progressive a people 5.000 'Protestaintis and repres..-enu;atives
should Imssess ambitions, and certainly of other reliaiin.s.
Bulgarian ambitions have been for ltosni:i :rs'i ll'rr.t~'ovis:a are situated
many years a most fertile cause of in the n orthtlst ,'crnt'r of tlit' HBlkan
Balkan unrest. it ini ula. I',,,ili(h The Bulgarian desires the formation s.|<,li;li iri*',u f \-lrid lliga:tr.v.
of a great Bulgaria whichb will Include & lin' t' '.i iy" St'' t.. i'cu"e' atnlh
Macedonia. The Greeks. and with MoiLt,:e.:ro and t'ln the .s..uti :id ; e c..t
them the Serbs, are as bitterly opposed bey I;latii.t ti a ;id Ilc. Alri:'i i '.it. Thi.
to this as are the Turks, and when one co,.,utry ist i:eountaiiiku.'.i. ,.:. Ic'v..k'xi
rememubers that in the Balkauns assas- |, hiih l,':( l.. d,,, .-i.'. r ti ..
sInation and massacre are necessary i:uiiy \n, el'ld Y'.,. v d:i. !if,.isus
parts s'f i olltli al i'rOl '.anuda the west- a tl rid 'i;! a ; i.i i,. ,- \\ l b ieild

erm uropeau may have sonie idea of I:'.c. r.s ..,f rai;s .anl a:e e'.pe.ially
the origin of the horrors that from :ul.zl,. frit. S :Ia .\,. tlitecapital.
time to time occur. na' *,1,.*,>l inh.tlciaiti.
The patriotic Bulgarlau is contiuu:l- T'il' s:atle ilntre-y f t! erl;:i w hic-b
ly hearing voices calling to him from .i\ .i t) S..rvi: is t i > e als.-
Macedonia to come over and help them. pl:atcd t.-:,;i a al l!.r... ... ; :. u:iie.;-
Macedola nia inot only inhabited by the irt-i .', *:i f A.\ni i.. .*>:'a and
Mohanainneans and thristi.sia always ll(r".c,; ,:i \ r, *'ie ..r iuii,'. ru!,.
ready at the shortest notice to massa- fr>u I .." i::' 1"'. laurin!.; that
cre each other. but the Christlans are peri' 4 i'eI' 'ir. 'i : !,;,,
divided luto G(reeks. Servians and Bul- fr,::a t cure: ; :. .iii. l'ri -
gars. who mutually bate each other ;an llt w.t a r.-. .' i/, 'l',f,'s.. IIu.
rather more than they all hate the Th,' \ 1 .e n, I .i' I:' s;:'d :. w;:,,u
Turk. re..t

Bulgaria's Big Army.
The Bulgarian army Is certainly one
of the best, it mot the best, of the
smaller armed rces of Europe. After

vrilue. and robbery ".ii as e'e.;..1:i"lei as
I. !:.'g. Statistics e-!: 0 :11 th1 N.\0,l tee
le'Jo o J-evde .'%rt :en. a nnualaly
by offic ais m~d ni~.~~a~s
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bers of the different faiths mix with
each other freely and are tolerant of
one another. There has never been a
train robbery since the Austrians took
hold. In 1'000 there were only two
homicides in all the land. The coun-
try is mountainous and very beautiful.
Odd Customs In Vogue.
Some of the customs of the people
are peculiar. Separate courts have
been established in places for the
Austrians and Turks because It is not
perjury for a Mohammedan to swear
falsely against a Christian. They have
also courts for the settlement of tri-
;fing differences in which lawyers are
not allowed to interfere because that
i honorable profession Is accused of an-
Scouraging litititon for the sake of
the fees. Before the Austrian occupa-
tion this was a great evil. Almost the
'entire population was involved in suits.
About twenty years ago a law was en-
acted limiting the number of lawyers
to sixteen for the entire country.
Eighty-eight per cent of the popula-
tion is engaged In farming and raising
cattle, sheep and swine. Tobacco is
an Important crop and a government
monopoly. In Sarajevo, the capital
city. there are fine office buildings,
churches, apartment houses, govern-
ment strueturs and public lstitutions.
The transformation of the people from
a wild, lawless brood ever ready to kill,
Ignorant, vicious and lawless, into a
well governed, prosperous, law abiding
country is considered a remarkable ex-
ample In administration. The benefits
derived by Bosnia were also extended
to Hersegovina.
The kingdom of Servia Is the most
lertlle and densely populated of the
Balkan states. Like other Balkan
states, Its progress has been hindered
by political strife. It has an area of
18.600 square miles, or ffttle more
than twice the size of New Iamp-
shire. Its population is about 2..50.-
000, chiefly Serbs. Belgrade is the
capital city. Servia was the first of
the Balkan states to achieve independ-
ence of Ottoman rule. It was first
'onquered by the Turks in 1..S). was
reed to Austria in 171S and retaken
by Turkey In 17.39. After suffering
terribly from the desperate strife of
the Karageorgevltchb and Obrenovleh
dynasties the province secured its full
independence under the Berlin treaty
of 1T7S. Servia came prominently Into
public print in 19W. when King Alex-
ander and his queen, whose reign was
staiined by sin'h vice and crime that
the other rulers refused to receive
them. were assassinated.

Nation of Hardy Mountaineers.
Montenegro Is an Independent prin-
,cilality peolled with hardy mountain-

* emrs. It Is situated in the Kara I)ach.
or Black mouittain (whence the naimse
I rna'.xora or Monteuiegrp,, witli a tiar-
IceW seaboard of about t~e":t.-.c'.it
mlle's on the ewtst erz she re c4f t'lt .Adri-
at!, Tie~orth eof thle Taarki-b lpr' 4.4.c cf
.~lAt I 1 1:. 0[1 the 4IticCi IWe'- 1 I5 ec cl-
tkuous to lrq':'cm'c isi. u uidt'r AtIsir na
mtdauiiuist rattites. 'The -lit tic' jll Ut-iviiiii 0
ki eelsl : :t hu taere'd li Ic's lea1: at its
c~~~~~i.h et1s iit i a nilv.s %0414' a ;sd
tsa -4 ,1n :area vof ; I -, -tit 3.' .cU o sfikiro'
a'il.s. It has a popiccee!14ioii (.of 2:21.64ui.
Of IW LIar- :;ostt

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h:t t'tthat the.girk arcis'a erln

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a -. ^ t t t"efaet afts a
marlme ppalglhl, the beae psat ,
peller, on the great e a baflibr S
New York. It cri4tsW of there hat
metal blade, each mes--urg by U
nehes, hinged together, and opat-
tg under the middle of the bmet
with a fsh tail motion In a trough or
sluice formed by twin keels whkh
extend fore and aft to within a short
distance of the stem and stern.
In a tank 104 feet long, 42 inches
wide and holding water 22 inches deep
coated a model of a battleship 13 feet
long, 16 inches beam and about 8
inches draft, equipped with the new
propeller. A half horsepower motor,
installed in the boat alongside the en-
gines, was supplied with direct elec-
tric current by six little wheels trav-
eling on three overhead copper wires
connected and controlled by a switch
at one end of the track. 0
At a signal the engineer turned on
the power. Instantly the boat gath-
ered headway, traversing the 100 foot
tank in just nine seconds. Then by
the simple turn of the switch she stop-
ped as if a brake were applied, and In
a moment, with her engines reversed.
she was speeding back to the starting
point, something that would have been
impossible with an ordinary propeller,
engineers say. It is declared that an
ocean liner equipped with this device
located amidships would not only be
free from vibration, but the propeller,
working always In solid water, would
drive her at phenomenal speed with
no danger of "racing."

Biggest Rug Made In Record Time.
The biggest rug ever woven was
laid the other night on the floor of the
palm room of a well known hotel in
New York. It is 30 by 33 feet and
was made on a special loom in Maf-
fersdorfe, Bohemia. It cost $6,000. It
was delivered at the hotel exactly six
weeks after It was ordered by cable,
which is considered a record, as It
was woven by hand. It is blue and
gold with a maroon border.

A Frosty Philosopher.
I like a frosty morning' when the wind
sings on the way.
Comn' 'croet the mountains at the break-
In' o' the day.
The twitchin' o' my J'nts is a most un-
fallin' sign.
They're tunin' up the fddle for the boys
to tall in lne.
When the cabin fires look lively an' twin-
kle o'er the way.
It's then I have a feeling' good times have
come to stay.
You can hear a whip a-crackin' 'crost a
clover field or two.
An' you think o' rides by moonlight with
your sweetheart clost to you.
Let old winter whistle! He brings the
joys along.
Spring le rich an' rosy an' summer sweet
with song-
Every season's good enough-but give me
frost an' tall
An' keep time to the music an' swing
your sweethearts all!
-Atlanta Constitution.

Cold Weather Advice
to all is to beware ofcuughs :zlcl t-,lds on the
cheat; ats Ueglev'etl they rnalily leadu to cull-
sumption, pneumonia or ether pulmonary
tnrauhlhr .Just a., ',io I as tI i. c, tlih apH (ar
tr,'at it with HalltrIi'i hc, li, 'll,unilc Syrup th.
stnmidard cure ot .\Amrca. I'~* @ lire, ttl--
perfectly harmiles. A ciare aind preventive
for all disea es of the lhiiag. Price -N'. i. "
anri $1.o0 per bottle. ~otl by Titu.ville
l'b.trna.'y arid Itialt.c r I)ru I Store.

A "Merry Widow" House.
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\,lhow" house. Jiltan 'alupltel. pro
prietor ul the iener:al store at Mertina
Is prt.:epa'i:; to luild a hbisse of :itturt
stone ~vli,'h is to ,'st -"..m ). "\\, "il
It a ',rry wVidlw' housee." sild Mr
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habit-forln d r o hbis bI
list of its rdte print ed M
bottle-wrap se d a s-u u- r -
In any condition of h ss
Dr. Plerce's Favorite PNf
only good-never harm. Its whole
Is to strengthe, invigorate a
the whole female stem d mad
the pelvic organs these O n
ranged in function or passed
the stomach and other r
become sympathetically
nerves are wseakeoed, l m s e I
bad, unpleasant symptoms aaow. Tm
much must not bs pe ted of Iso *
vorite Preseripton.' It will se p|
miracles- will not cure toam-r m
Icine wilL It wl often pwu i th it
taken in time, and .thus the MM
table and the surgeon's knie -ny
Women suffering from dis-ase ot lo
standing, are Inlited to consult Dser
Pierce by letter, fj All e n- sa-
Is held a strictly private d-
confidential. Address D. i V.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical AdviserM n i
it sat fe on receipt of( a1 e-s i
stamps for paper-covd or U --
irCl-boundoo opy. lA -i6 @=

No Teeof AppUedemtSe er Deeds Wader
section a or Chaper 4e85Laws twas.
Notice is hereby given that B. Armel,
purebaer of tax certiicte No. 114, dated e
Ist day of July, A. D., 1901, hab lU mM
certifiate in my office, ad has made-
caion for tax deed to ise I in aordlase wl
law. Said certificate embrace the ileowta
described property situated in Bremard oea,
Florida.towit: Partof lotesl a, so dew
. described in Deed Book i, pags s-
tion 0, tp. 28 south, range USBL. The a
land being ssemsed at the date ofthe lam-ses
of uch certificte in the nameof WO. .Mesa
Unless said certificate shall be redeemes ae
cordig to law. tax deed willtime tbereoa e
the 2t day of October, A. ).. 190B.
Witness my official sigtatr
{ SAL. and seal thbi the th day of
September. A. D.. 1908.
Clerk Circit Court
Bremvad oasts, Flelda.


WIT Dr. Kig

New Discovry


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Frisher Andrew

Gardmr Goo B
Gumby Fraak

Hammmd WAJ
H libeoam A J

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P;--AB to memory so
li'""^ bmoom eooared in ae-
>' i- fl-from the two dozen or
L W lm atia of Other parties who
a-n as the odkilbanot.


Iwmms Fvis A

Jo- MT

Kysr PL
Knight m M

Lee Elja

Mys L K
Moatgery Ja
Mitcell Andeno
McCrory Jo M
Meca Charley

Dlow NJ
a" Ter4
Coissman L A
cayler Joe
Osal dJokkn
CObkshtt 0 J
cumpheliH A

Wlis T G
Frealey Ths Ia

Gilbert J 8
Gilbert T
Green W A
Hut... Ju W

Joham Jno

Krring Wfrm

Lewis Charley

Memde JC
Moyer io
ama s Henry
MeCullosh Wm T

Nolle Gs

Odom HD

Prie LL

RobertP W -
Radal Wi

lagleton Rob tM
Slam Chs
Sharpe Iward D
bhelta James
Simmoms Irwin E

Warren Joe
Wilmso Lawis E

Bandal Jame

Bamous C E
Sloa PL
8lom Riehard J
Sla Willie E
Smith Berchell C
warren 8 C
Warren 8 CT

Young Jamm
Precinct No. 2, Titusville


Ander Albert G(
Abram Dock

Brady E L
Brown J P
Baldwin B2L
Barnwell Henr
Brockett Oeo
Bailey Robt M
Bailey Selby E
Beneeke Henry
Brunson Charles
Brown Abraham
Battle aeo C
Bird Wade H
Beat Frank
Biugham Cornelious
Brown Alex W
Cse Cha D
Collins C H
Curtis (eo W
Coleman Timothy A
Curtis Jno
Cuuuinghaim L A
Collins Harry E
Chin Sam S
Chivers Adam J
Decker L R
Dunn Edwin
Doolittle L W
kaniel Joshua s
D)unnau R J
Drew Kelsey
Daniels Sydney
IkDenhau Geo O0
Elntoudison Ed
Euglish Ed I)
ElIluwtdwl Mack
dtwards Turo
Elmoe William


A I~rdJamb jr

MaFrmd A
M~elW Nafty
= Zrrh~ A

amt David
mmw Jams z
Mm ~Mob

Meurme Howard
Yelhre Albut

Norto 8 J
Norwood W 8
Nado Tony
Noble Joha
Norwood B A
Nail John L

Obbn J W
Oban J C
Overtreet 8 J

Pritehud Ja
Puckett Pal E
Paoue M
Poe Wm L
Phlt A 8
Peacock Oenois
Prevatt iD
Philip James
Pratorious W H

Quarterman O A

Bevels Brock
Reed CF
Bevels Jas
oyal Heary W
RBoen Theo
Bogero Clifton G

Smith Jerry
Simono*7 John
Stewart A
Skinner W W
Stewarut MA
Schultz Cha
Stanley J B
Scobe Fred B
Stone FE
Spell Dixon H
Spell Willis H
stones Wm
Simpson J 8
Smith Jamee
Shaw 8ad J
Sapp Allen
Smith Fletcher
Sunder George
Scurry Abraham

Tbomas Eli
Taylor Ben
Taylor John W

Utley Harry 0


Nib= RlwdlN
MeIky N F
LMesy J L
Mmer W D
Matm Jw "L
Mr IfeIut T
Metbr iu

Nesme N P
Nel:on A
Manoi bertarry
MeDesal Ed
Nama Jm Ed
McLsndm HA

Nolle Albert

Paeaock I L
Nan ma Ed H

Pritehear D B
Pritchett GeooE
Powe Alex
Parker John E
Page Will
Philips Jack

Bobbins Geo M
Rowland J W
Rice 8 E
Reed Hiram J
Ransom Wahington
Robison Enoene C

Stewart A A
Snowden J 8
Smith R 8
SimpsonR B8
Sharpe J w
Sharpe W
8mith Pinkney
Strickland Oar
Spell Jame C
Smith Ben F
Stewart Gee P
Sylvester Benj F
Scobie Geo W jr
81rappear Malchi
Stewart Dock
Scott Charlee
Simpon Neal
Skill Frank L
Taylor F M
Thomau Alex
Tindall Thatcher T

VonKoppelow M L

Continued on page 5

dil. a Bellot at the Polls
1-e quirtm hi arisen whether a
w e make e bf a sample or
-`tImf-1 ballot, or can take print-
d lbt eaMates, into the elec-
gs booth at the coming election to
'l6l01 his h marking his ballot cor-

Newpaper sometimes print list
Sdeidates to be voted on at an
dietlm with the names of certain
idMats thereon marked in a read-
Sdaiulushabse manner, and vot-
Ibmy instances have carried
thrlit with them into the booth
wa they prepare their ballot.
In se instance, however, in this
kate, the inspectors recently pre-
vented a man from voting because
he had a newspaper containing such
a lit in his possession.
The original election law, as passed
by the legislature of 189, in section
Sof the election act, provided that
tAe me or furnishing of printed cop-
is f ballots or of any mechanical
diea to aid the voter was an of-
M- against the law and pnishable
b a fineof not exceeding $100.00,
but it appears that in the revision of
the statutes this clause was entirely
One of the leading attorneys of this
state, Geo. T. Morgan, Esq., bf Pen-
maeola has given it as his opinion that
"a the revised statutes are now the
law, there seems to be no penalty for
printing or furnishing a copy of the
ballots, or no prohibition preventing
the voter from carrying such printed
copy to the voting booth to aid him
in marking his ballot."
The section above referred to reads i
as follows:
"Any elector who shall, except as
herein provided, allow his ballot to
be seen by any person, or who shall
take or remove, or attempt to take
or remove, any ballot from the poll-
ing plae before theclose of the polls,
or place any mark upon his ballot by
which it may be identified, or take in-
to the election booth any mechanical
device, ticket or memorandum.
printed or written, other than the
ofmcial ballot or ticket to enable him
to mark said ballot or ticket, or any
person who shall interfere with any
elector when inside of the polling
place, or when marking his ballot, or
unduly influence, or attempt to un-
duly influence any elector in the
preparation of his ballot, or any elec-
tor who shall remain longer than the
specified time allowed by this act in
the booth or compartment, after be-
ing notified that his time has expired,
or who shall endeavor to induce any
elector to show how he marks, or has
marked, his ballot, or aids, or at-
tempts to aid, any elector by any
mans of any mechanical device,
whatever, in marking his ballot, or
sdll print or procure to be printed,
or have in his pomemion any copy of
a ballot prepared to hsevoted, shall
be guilty of a misdemeamr. and on
aveitim sl b Iftned not les than
tea aor mea ta one hundred dol-
la.r t rid aot more than
thW memte. ad ay ballot marked

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H;illkrri \.ri:.tW N

H:.ile Ii V i
H..11 W' Meww
Ini LI..s'aii 31 3,
Hit bhock Luther
liall Will M
Huggiis Willie E
Hickman John S
Harri Robt W
Hainei Edward
Hampton Janies
Houston Guy H
Harris Will
Joyner B W
Johnson Cate
Joes W H
James Fraklin
Johano Lewis
Jacksam aalzi

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.ZMU jrExcg//etut Resxdts.

:..-IL... .i., 1a., Feb. 16,19ML.
S. IB. lartmian, M. D.
Dear Sir: I have been thinking of
writ inl: to you for some time to let you
kri.w what Peruna did for me.
I ial 57 years. od. 1 lost my health
abmlit tix or seven years ago. I first
had dyspepsia and employed different
Lil t year I injured oneof my kidneys.
I hId one of the best doctors fr that.
lie put me to bed, not to move for two
we ks. a.
I sliwly recovered, but was so weak
and pro-trated that could walk but a
short distance. In fact I had to keep
1 took several remedies, but obtained
no relief. I also had catarrb in some
for n.
My wife advisd me to take Peruna,
and it ts with pleasure that I can say
that toy taking one and one-half bottle
of your Peruu, it cured me and I feel
all right. I send this with many thanks
to you, as 1 enjoy life again.
My wife has also been taklag yoar
Peruna for a~thini and it helped to re-
lieve her. We keep your Peruna' in
the house constantly. Again I say I
thank you for Peruna.
Sincerely yours,

Pouatainville, Pa., Nov. 9, 19.
Dr. 8. B. Hartman.
Dear Sir: I have good health now wad
year valuable medicine gave me good
health. I have had no doctor for some

time, as I do not awse any. Wheu I
take oold I take Prearu sad in a abort
time I am all right. My wife is subject
to asthma. Lbe takes Peruna at that
time, and she has had so need for a doe
tor or roe time. With many thaUkm
lor yar medeiine, we remala,
Sincerely yours,

oewatalille, Pa., April 01M.
Dr. 8. B. Hartman.
Dear Sir: We have Peoraas L the
house all the time and wha .we thina
we oeedl t, we take it. We are abos
sixty years old and have not caued a
doctor to our place for some yea.
We go out in all kind of weather aad
sometimes when we go o a trip we
take Perona along. A preventive a
better than a care. That has bee oar
I had poor health some years ago ad
when I found your medicine I hit the
right thing. We both thank you for
your good medicine.
Sincerely your,

WItass to IS atar
1,Joba Donnelly, Mayor of Doyle-
town, Pa., have been acqualatad with
Mr. Philip Krats for 25 years. 1 know
him to be an honorable and enaful cua-
sen. Be, in my presence, signed the
above statements concernag Parana,
which I have every reason to bhereo
are true an all particular.

Heavy steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, is't it
No chance for weakness in any part: uniformly strong. The reasons for the superiority of ILLWOOO PumeO
are not hard to find. This company owns and operates its own iron mines and furnaces; its own wire miles
and six large fence factories-either one of the six being larger than any other fence factory in the world.
These facts should be convincing.

For Sale by the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., Eau Gallie, Fla.
-__ _ -

Wanted-Success Magazint req uires
the services of a man in Titusville to
look after expiring subscriptions and to
arcure new business by means of spec-
ial methods unusually effective; position
permanent; prefer one with experience.
but would consider any applicant with
good natural qualifications; salary $1.5,
per day, with commission option. Ad-
dress with references. R. C. Peacock.
Room 102, Success Magazine Bldg.,
New York.

Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
Sand harrowing. See or address J.
Ja aon. Tituaville, FLa.

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yes cu bow* 61 the 6MAG F
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THE FUANtKLIN-TUR3 cGO., W71 I Ivy St.. mtas&

...Strawberry Plants...
My plants are grown with the view of producing
plants of the highest quality that will yieldlarge crop of
Sfine berries-just the kind you should plant and the only
kind you can afford toplant Strawberries are the most
1 ma mtftle e amkwn- -A~- 1 %--" _2 f .I'

Allen Thor
Alexander Thomas

Boye F H
Brady LA
Branmi W 8
Blocker M B
BellTom P
Bakewood Edw B
Battle Fmak 8
Black Fred H
Battle Tho A C
Brown C
Brooks Riley
Barnee Fred
Bertrie Joe
Bell Ned
Bartlett E Beu
Brisbon Daniel
Boyd (fo B

obb Ellis
Carter J L
Clark David B
Cowart Mac
(roxton Wmn
Campbell Joueph H
(Craway Andrew
Clifton Henry E
Campbell Neal

iDnren 0 F
Denham CJ
I)rtsler Paul
lauiels J
)eCouruey Thue F
I)rvis John A
DIvis Julius
DIklney Mark

Illelnwool AAndrew
Eiiulisli J M
miaais .1 I)
Fvans Ike
Elitred oVru-na W
Elliott lubt

Futch Sam
'.-ter Alt'
Fi-wher (' F
Fiitnrl k rry 3
t;la'lwil N%
i, .r." Irt
(libsin W u
(Iet'In Joe,
trnlwr A I'
(;G~owiu W F

Siriatin (i. at
'iriher llw W
4 ;1 l John ,
tietun Jak*>nai

Holton Hferv
Hanpton I
Hagy H L
Hall PJ
Hall W H
Hitchew-k Fret \M
Henry Jobu
Howard (i6
Howard Thoman m
Hawkins James
Harri Will
Hlnt Calvin R
Harris William
Hayes Fletcher
Hanford Geo W

.oae MS
onesm Iac
I ones J W
.ome Debt J
. amen J W
Jewel Jame

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Dyd Alex

Fkbw Aburt

Gram bewart N
Om--- oWo
eatm. Gee W
Hal Wallsr H
aMer wJ D

JoIer Jo J

Mate.o A M

iebehl Chba L
Nlbels PB


ahuh.... 3a
aUsmm Zke


Tam.r Csmu

Wisem Albewt

Youg Alona


1welra w
Jhber G~ooD

Sundr Smell
Erne WI

sad"" sJO

and*, i J T
Aim J-6 Bill I QWII
dam a Uknla GeS
-rft a a Swirom Tlb

lsbnwJC IshayloraeW
@ot hhm A Smith Arhur
SmMt Albeit H Sml e

smith DewlKt B Ism Cbi C
ob~ GOOwas

Tylor A A
Tavis Theadse
Tb.. .
Tuker Jso
Teamell we

Wul--s HRa
Wrigt PBtor
White J J
Welnbc MNw
While OegorJ

Wabhlasto Georse
Wilkis Jwo
WillSld Chm W

Tmvit 8 F
Travis 8 F Jr
Tylor J W
Turmbull Tbheo
Taylor Nthaa
Terrell James C
Wooten J F
Weiaberg A 0
White Dau
Wakefield H E
Willsm C J
Wolfe FJ
WWillas Ir
Williamm Biebop
William Peter
Weley Will
White Preston

Young Peter
Precict No. 6, as 0Gallie

Niohoe B W

wInlE T A

Sharp J
T wo

Prseslt No. 495ehleig.

Ambemse M
Alle I F

alden Fred D
(IIWer J A
bubain SM A

Beradrd HA

Omaer J
buewa Jad
Teveland Asnar Jr

Daniels LT
Dixon A F
Deuy Jw
Dixon J W
Davis A J
Dakes Andrew J
Davs Juo A

Early Ben
Edwards Webster
Edwards Gabell (

FPsher Fred
Fth N M
Ployd A .1
Peltt Alfred

Ooodwin Frank
would d Marcus
Glean Peter
Grimes r E
Greek C A
Oeiger J F
G(or J K

Heaton Wn A
Hardee A W
Hammond C
Holms B
Harrison Alfred
Hodges J F
Hall A J
Hinton Lewis
Haiten J A
Herr (Chas
Harris Ned
Hays (Chas
Harris Silas A
Haywood Wm C

Johaon E C
Johason Doew
Jones Frank

Kolie James

Iiham, Amos F
Linoldn Walter B
Ludy Willis
Leady Johnson

Wymmro cM

Andre AMN
Aadres LI8
AUse ArwM Jr

BAeet m n
Bla Chas
Brew A B
alake Aloas
Boyle Ja

('obes It A
Belker JK

Bsardely R A J

Brle nd As J

Collins Nathan
Basky Cba

Dixono A
Caiyton W F

iorls Oeo L

tIhxter !t
I)i'kinson J C
Cvker Jud N

Elerby Will
Edwards Joe
Clevy Jld A

iernaly James

Gingras (eo
Coilliur R th
DUrig WB
Dexter H

lamma Jno R
oaran S A
Gineun Archie

Hughlett W I.
EHrdet Jude
Handle Wmi

Hamilton F B
Hatch R F
Hinton saul
Edarrd Joe
Fn-y J11o

Firt n A

Hudson Ha7.
Harrlis Tlim
Fornaly James

inHudee Thao
Holder T J
UriwgJ 8

warren W o
Gleuu Arcbie

Hglett W 1
Harder G 8
Hiodle Wm

Hamlton F BP
Hibbs C H
Hatch R F

Hito Anthonyl

Han WA
Ha Yon ays
Hardee eTas
Holder Thos J

JoMaa 8
Jese Wm

Kingrton E W
King John
IA~wl Jas F
Lookhart Haoh X

Maa An y

Mazda sa,

Ainsworth C

oyer J C Brown Dan
Booth w T Booth Edw
Bennett Aaron Braddock C E
lr Larence Butler Mosae
Jease Baldwin Major
Bradshaw Freeman Bell Judson
Bell Daniel Butler Ed
Booth John w Blaine J G

Carter Jno R
Church J. A
Campbell HK
Cox Jerry T
Crocker G A

Doris Ja

Eden N H

rink A O
Putch Geo R

Gleason w H H
Guthrie Cw
Gore James

Hodgon Jno E M
Hodgkon Alex R
Hopkin Jas M
Henderon Jas
Houston Geo C
Hoffman wA
Hodgon J K
Hubert willie
Hopkins A R

Jordan H L
Jones Sebe
Johnson F J

King Jas W
Keith Albert A

Livingston A H
Livingston J R

Macy E E
Morris c F
Mathers J R
Moore chas
McAlister Jno
McNeal Marshal

Near Alex

Paddison G F
Plass G w

Ray Henry
Rody Geo
Roberson Henry
Redstone R R

Simmons J o
Sumpter Thos
Stewart E A M
Scammell a M
Stewart s B
Simons P M
Simmons A A
Singleton s s
Staple J c
Stewart c R

Taylor c L
Thomas w s
Tucker N T

Vaught Masters M

Watts s K
Wheeler w M
White Fred
Williams Horton

Young C J

Campbell0 N
Christian H w
Campbell Bruster
Corbett Henry


Flynn CT
Gibbins Gw
Gunter Daniel
Houston John
Hod on HM
Hopinm John
Hopkins Jas w C
Houston C C
Hunter R G
Hancock S S
Henry John

Jones G
Jones Richard
Krodell G A
Keenard N E
Langston Eddie

Menzell Robt
Moore w
Moore wm
McMillan P A
McCahan G w

Peek I. A
Paschal T o
Roesch wm R
Rossitter J w
Redstone c G
Rogan James R
Snell J T
Savage Simon
Shave T J
Spiller Eugene
Simons J H
Sample D H
Sullivan G H
Segui w c
Shirley c M
Taylor E B
Townsend w H
Taylor Moses

Wingate w T
White J S
Woods Robt
Wingate Eddie

Young F G

Precinct No. 6, Melbourne


Adams mno
Adams Lw
Allen wM

Brothers w

Akint a
Adams a
Austell J a

Branch a p

S~= 4` iY
~- 30

Ml- -CA

GilltB A

Hodges 3 3
Hart aron
lBom mo
Henle A

Jerry cha

Lyman A I
Laurenea B

Minor J i
Martin 8 M
Murphy i t
Monroe Dan
Moore J
Mcarlandd s8
McKiser Sampon

Nicholeon T c

Oslin c R

Platt Hiram
Powell F c
Porter F A

Root a c
Richardson c F
Rhodes ws
Rogers A
Stewart c H
Solano a
Simpson E P
Shave T J Jr
Scott Amons
Snedecker G S

Townsend Arthur

Vansteenberg B

Wells W T
Williamon J
WhitacreS a
Williams D L
Williams A W

Young M

Arnold W P
Arnold EW

Bolton C W

Comstock F W
Clohecy J H
Carver J A

Damon G W

Forest F M

Gore JE

Ham J R
Hunter D

Jernigan J

Kent W W

Lanier T W
Lewis L B

Platt C P

Svedelius E
Strickling C S

Washington G W


Goode A J
GaOliW A D
,Go a W

Hawk J 3
HadisM... P
Hiks. aH
Hall D

Johnson Moses
Upscomb ar
Land D N

Miller Go
Martin c M
Moody as
Mitchell c
McBride c T
McDougald J
Nichoson J i
Oslin B D
Platt M B
Parker wm

Ross Joe
Rhodes J a
Rhodes B
Rhodes Green
Stone Js
Stone J T W
Savage Pa
Shave J L
Shaw Chas

Wallace W 0
Wood LA
William N
Williams D


No. 7, Kalabar
Arnold E B

Brainard L K

Conklinf R A
Drake F A
Farley Jno F

Hunter J M
j /


Lanier D J

Schuyler E
Schuyler E

Yates W N
Precinct No. 8, Grant

Bertelsen P
Bensen Jno

Christiansen chas
Christiansen chris
Coch R D

Davis Simon

Herndon J M

Jorgensen I.

Miller E H

Rasmonsen N

Smith R T
Stokes E M

Bensen A

Cain J w A

Herndon J v
Johnson Hen

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Jas. Pritchard & Son

S H Handle the Finest Lines of

Heavy and Shelf Hardware

Our Stock of

Guns and Sporting Goods

S is complete at all times

Paints and Oils of Quality

one of our Specialties

Quotations for large or small orders will
be given personal attention. Mail Orders
solicited and promptly filled


Capital, $100,0M Surplus, $2SM

W The First National Bank


Established 1886. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida
Peer Country Accounts a Specialty
Write us, call on us, or we will call on you
The Capital of this Bank, $18,M, combined with Surplus,
$250,000 and stockholder's liability of $,M, means a fund of
$450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
ry this careful consideration
J. T. Dismukes, President
G. B. Lamar, Vice President and Cashier
Reginald White, Assistant Cashier

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Precinct No. 9, Banyan

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Block H A

Campbell T A
Caves R E
Casper J L

Ensey Geo F

Grant H H

Hancock L D

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Booth H D

Casper C H
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Titusville, Florida

Evtrythig hbrand new. Elaborately funiished. Spacious corridors.
Every riwom an outside one. Ventilation, plumbing and lighting perfect.
25) feet enCtDl CUISINE THE BEST
Oue acre of ornamental ground, surrounded by primeval palms. Its
surroundings most conducive to solace. rest and recreation. Acato-inda-l*-
forty. The Palmhurst porter meets all trains. Hates reasonable.

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Exchange nd soM on all foriga Bco ths.
1Pmck0t.d%, Mprpt service, polkt *Oldt, way
t with conservative A f
CORRPONDENTS-Empim Traue npamy, 4 Beadway. New Tk a the AtM
lantic Naional Bmnk of Jackasiville* Jackaevil*ls, erhs.


Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
We badle produce ofll kinds We are ae ets for Mapes' FertUi ls We deal in pl
il above aleimof goods ard ell t the trade of all oeuMr. Wis r
Gl and all Grocerim.delivered at your ttioE. L. BRADY & BW..TMWYMw.fA.


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Me rsa Oet
=tsol Marck

P t a better
m- ls by stayina
P 'am Eskimos

r vlh OansAder
b" yesterday at
orMt, but the
=J. d wuas mak.
l om1 wem the mow
i e~e" mae so more of
D me- to ebh e of a big
l f r his return trip,
Sat.t Pt all the rebsh meat

HH #ei orLang hard building a
ad will live In It for three
to be here to kill wolvs.
tul tke the dogs and sledges
I Ais ek dxt miles north of
Mn the most northern set-
the worri. About twelve
fe tt6re. Also have a big lot
ms for Dr. Cook. whom no
Stoknew mach about.
pJ alSir1ertalt abo'st the Rooew
oer getdtbg at of the Ice. I am
I so ea shp sent up for me
b d ak all hope to be wlth
40l- tOl about the middle of
Sas 1 want to run no
at aring to stay up here
a year at a time.
'^4 ; "~Mn whom Cook left In charge
S~pol previaos Is goiog back on the
I am go4ng to live and eat as
I B an Baktmo as I can, the
Sm4to Ulve In Sthis country.
" p Lea~vig to a few hours. Must
Sdg tbt to some ways I hate to see
e" we *I am alall alone."

Iune-li of Edieen's Daughter Can
Se Used at Night.
J1- Madellne Edison, recently turn
4. twenty-oae, both winsome and In
e is t flowing the lnventive
Soft Thomas A. Edison, her
lted father. Miss Edison has
Syeas' pW t been the Inspirational
a-mo of her father in bis magical
eIrms t I to the eold of electricity
.Hlia conjunction with her brother
Olteen. she bas Invented an In
- is- gatomobile road map for auto
As oethulastlic autoist, she has
bU- a f mliatr figure In her big forty
fn hersepower Hotchkiss speeding
alag the smooth roads about the
hageI, tol New Jersey. This road
mp, lik the compass of a ship. goes
om te steering column In a dust and
alte prlof case and is lighted by elec
aet t atlght.
*"L a car is speeding along the
tro laid out In the tour being taken i
cycloiter attachment records thi
mial and a tiny black steel bar indl
eate the location of the car at tbh

Preeseds Are to Be Used For Fighting
In an effort to increase Its fund fo
Igtlag tuberculosis the National lte
Creas aociation is going to Issue I
special Christmas stamp for use on
holiday mall. The stamp will have. o
corse, no carrying power. hIot will b
used simply as a Christmas greetiag.
A special design has already beei
prepared by Howard Pyle. leueati
a wreath of holly will be the Inscrip
tion, "A Merry Christmas and a Hal|
py New Year." The stamps will sel
for 1 cent each or to little book of nin
for 10 cents. A supply will be sen
out to cities and towns before the hol
Iday season begins.
The Idea originated in Denmark
where the stamps were vold by th
government The first experiment nel
tad SS000.

lar Chronic Diarrhoea
"While ia the army in lia6 I was take
with chhuie diarhbea," msay Geo. M. Fr
ta. ofeath OGibson. P.. "I6 have since trit
many remedies but without any permaucn
elkef, util Mr. A. W. Miles. of this pla~
=Maded me to try Chamberlain's o(li
Serad ia rrhoea Remeidy. one bottle
whib stepped it at one." Fur sale by tI
Titsvilte Pharuaey.

3W 1aft am ud
~ bhmhAd&

wr is 16 swrs f s tossam Y.
mer w I--I INert'raa1mml It
- -^ -S <'"-^ ^ y 'W f^

tftW Emainbrftthe eb.C

an to be owy ev rt m th i the t
pyer t aid of electricity. While" ih te i
sat arO zpermetot bare been made ed after years of
by this and other governments, Mme. cientfio re m by
Davidof believes her experiments wil Dr. Kilmer, the emn-
prove more successful than those car- ant kidny and blad-
red on by the bureau of plant Indus- der *peciml ad is
try of the department of agriculture. woam ndflly in promptly curi nr
Un me bck, Kidney, ladder, unrc acid trou-
Mme. Davidoff Is a writer for maga- blues and Brlght's .hua, which Is the wont
slme. She says the experiments will form of kLdne trouble.
be based on the theory that the growth Dr. Kimer a SwampRoot is not reo-
of vegetable matter, which ceases at ommendedforeverythingbut f youhavekid-
sundown, will continue through the 'e.y, lver or bladder trouble it will be found
night if proper artificial light is sp- jut theremdy you need. It has been tested
plied to stimulate the developing pow- Ino may ways, In hospital work in private
ms of plants. Fruits and flowers that practd i ap theop s8too poor topur-
ae grown near New York only In the ery case that a peal ar ngment has
sprdlt and summer months, she be- beenmade by which all readers of this paper
lieves. can be cultivated, during the who have not already tried it, may have a
entire year by supplying the necessary simple bottle sent free by mail, also a book
artificial beat through the electrical telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
process that will be adopted. find outif you have kidney or bladder trouble.
"*Thisa i not intended as a money When writing mention reading this generous
making enterprise," said Mme. David- ferd yurn thd r tand
off the thher night "While. of course, Dr. KimerCo.,Blng-
we expect the experiments to prove hamton, N. Y. The
successful and the farm to be self sup- regular ifty cent and 3mW e Se mps.
porting, yet my object is to make it a dollar i are sold by all good dugg"is
philanthropic enterprise with the view Don't make any mistake. ut remember
of helping members of my own sex as the name. wamp-root, Dr. Kilmer'e* wamp-
well as to prove the scientific value of Boot, and the address Binghampton. N. I..
the plan with which I have been ex- on every bottle.
perimenting for several years. There
Is no connection between my venture THIRD CABINS NOW.
and thutterance of Sir Oliver Lodge,
the English savant, relative to the In- For Those Who Can't Afford Second
fluence of electricity on plant life. and Don't Want to Go Steerage.
The two systems differ chiefly from The North Germtan Lloyd line of
the fact that all of my experiments are steamers announces that it will have
made under glass and under certain next season nccummuodatlons for third
conditions a static machine Is uaed In cabin passenger those who find the
addition to dynamos." steerage not good enough and the eec-
Active work on the farm at Belle- ond cabin too expen.lve. The first
crest will begin, she says, within one ship In the seree of the North Ger-
month, upon the completion of the nee.- mn loyd to have third cabins will
man Lloyd to have third cabins will
early buildings and the Installation be the George Washington. which will
of the electrical apparatus. be launched on Oct. 31 and will he
christened by the American ambassa-
CHURCH BUSINESS MANAGER. dor to Germany,D r. David Jayne Hill.
The third class passengers will have
Innovation to Be Tried by Methodists a smoking room, a dining room and a
In Cleveland. social room for women. The state-
The Epworth Memorial Methodist rooms will be for two, four and six
church in Cleveland, 0., has decided to persons. Families of small means may
try a new system of church manage- thus visit Europe on less money than
ment. A business manager has been they might pay to cross the continent.
Appointed, who will give his entire
time and attention to the finances of More Than Enough Is Too Much
9 the church. As executive secretary he To maintain health, a mature man or wo-
Swill collect the benevolences, dues of man needs just enough food to repair the
waste and supply energy and body heat. The
Members, subscriptions, etc., and pay habitual consumption of more food than is
all expenses. He will serve as secre- necessary for these purposes is the prime
tary of the standing committees of muse of stomach troubles. rheumatism and
Disorders of the kidneys. If troubled with
the church and keep a record of their indigestion revise your diet, let reason and
business for transmission to the off- nut appetite control and take a few dose of
clal board. This, It is expected, will Chamberlain's Stoaerach antd Liver Tablh.t
s leave the pastor free to give attention ad you will soon he all right again. For
.to the larger plans of the work and to
g his pulpit and pastoral duties. Ugliness of French Villas.
e Epworth Memorial has the largest "*Ioing France ln iiy motor." said
membership of all the Protestant an architect. I was struck with the
I churches In Cleveland. It has an ex- ugliitess of th Fl'renhli villa. The
I tensive charity work and handles over taste of France is exquisite- it leads
. $35.000 in contributions every year. the world--in furniture. ta(etstrles,
Dr. G. K. Morris. district superintend- jewelry, women's dress. painting.
e ent. strongly commends the Innova- sculpture. and so on. Why does it
a tion. "To my mind," he says, "it is fail in the villa?
P the ideal of church government. I ex- "The reason. Rodin told me. is that
- pect to see the plan adopted In many every Frenchman who erects a villa
e other cities." wants it to resemble as nearly as his
purse will allow a chateau; hence all
Why olds are Dangerous French villas are high, narrow. taw-
SB u you hv trt oriary ols dry affairs, with a lot of mansard roof
sand recovered from them without tratmeut and a good deal of tower. And the
g of any kiud. do not fur a iionrment imagine butcher or grocer who serves the oc-
that colds are not dangerous. Every one cupant of the typical villa newr fails
knows that pneumonia amnd chronic catarrh to
r have their origin in common ~lI. Cn to say three or four times in the
I gumption is not caused by a cold. bhut the tchli course of every sale:

n prepares the system for the reception and de. "'The chops will be sent to the
Svelopment ofthel germs that won !l have not ehateac." or *The chateau should ensl-
n otherwise have found lodamenut. It is tiet-
f ame with all infectiou. disei. D)ipllithlria. ly fetchl this season 5 a ,mnt hh.' or
p scarlet fever, iueas h ls and whoominic cou u *.t night's wind. I holw. did n-w
are 1more lik'liy t, lw I~Nsiltracte.- when the ',blw idoi n the chunte'u.'
child has a ,olhl. ,You will m.e from tm hin, that *'rih:t pleases lihe .**uim(t of tilhe
w more real danger lurks in a ct.ld tlhan in any t
h other of the common ailments. T!he ea;.i,.ot .lpi:tr l villa profoundly. le know It
Sud qiii k's.t way to cure a cold i6 to, take is a che;ilp and ugly villa, he knows he
C'halmulrlain'.- t'.,ough Remedy. The many re- Is <,ly a or a tailor, but
etnarkabhlecures. el&cted by this pr,.iiarati-,, everrhtlv speaks of him as livtng In
I have ume. it a stpl article ,f trai everyr ;ry s s of. him a g
e lirge jart ,f the world. For s~,le hy th, i a cbnt.atu. Quel bonheur! What :1
t tsuvill PlIatrmacy. happiness7'
A Thanksgiving Dinnr For Two. Shaking Up
I. A litt:e d(!ni f'r for two whlo have i, .i'l l. # ry wil .., i ; i- ti. !' ..-
e much to le thainkful for in:i*y he easily ''' '""'.. l"it iu,,t !. t ,''' *
I .tt r ; tid ta .:d.lari* JiIt t i i itiid iit ;ti.,i
t- l'prep'ln' and still I we quite l-ilaboratte ,; 1 ; r,.r : ,i rl -.: el!trI l .h i, hu n. .
'tll lugh: tatmt.s i.o* l :tl at:itil iri.- dtitl I- t- *,rT i. ti -
Ovsters on the half shell T.ix -. It it t,.-ni t curn :i .'" .':t !. v
cream of re.lery ? otp ,..K .II ly TI"'l'u.!li. l'l:rmi, y : It:l l -
Roast c! lken. Bake'd sw.-t potatoes. !'i'l It ) .)'*t' i
n rI'.las. Currant .eWl'tv
l- Cream cheese and nit sal:d Wi' Co*t Experiments.
l Fig cream V'?d '*.t',', f:"'ri .ita:i :i 'vi'.1
lit Coffee. mnad the o'til,'t< r of x,.'ri,'Its:tI hv
e. -Inarier's Bazar. the dr--arttment of arl' nr.t-iltir r. :'h a
o - viw of lprovid!nt n nw Trit it d.'
he Why James Lee Got Well partur,, for t'redine .uroi,,,se- with
the domoutl. Everyh mly in Zanesville. (.. know- t M .t
Mary ILe. of rural route Shei' write.-: ".**My I 'n't hte .l.-ceiveil is) iit..t ."I f I). \\':t
husband. Jamuis Iee. tirtly nieieve he we it c'artolize.d Witch Ii./, 1 Salv\, WI.n .:
his life to the use of l)r. Kiug'. New Iai.o.v- ak fur l)e itt'i I1. -tr,. t,, ,-t it. 'rti.- n.u
ery. His lungs were so severely ;arffe. t.l t!at is sltamtld un ,.-ty i.,x. T!'Iher'. i, 11-t ,in.
consumption seemed inevitable. wlcen a .,riziual. It is e,'i'iallvy 1 ,V1 f..r ii'- W\V
friend recommended New l,)a.-w.,very. W4, sell anud m-'oimed Sim.d iyv li>ntie.r
t, ied it, and its use ha& restr0dl biln t perWr DrugSti 4 re.
feet health." Dr. Kinu'sd New Discov rv i- -. .
is the King of throat and luug remedies. For 0 : A t o 0 X A..


seD. L am.r

D. WL. Cn
w. &. ypt

L.H. Hyers
W. B. Kyer
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. eVoe
J. O. 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
L. G. Werring
Geo. W. Woods
J. D. Young
Precinct No. 3
John A. Bentel
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
T. A. Johnson
Horace Jones

Albert Owem
Edward POmme
John Parker
Jerry W. Scott
Peter Sellers
Albert A. Thompson
J. N. Taylor
Precinct No. 6
J. A. Hoke, Jr.
J. L. Long
E. A. Stephenson
Precinct No. 7
H. D. Conkling
I. Jernigan
J. B. Tyndall
Precinct Mo. 8
Precinct No. 9
G. A. McJunkin
Precinct No. 10
Precinct No. 11
J. M. Field
Precinct Mo 12
Precinct No. 18
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, 19U8.
Chairman of Board of County Commis-
sioners of Brevard County, Florida.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners of Brevard County.
By O. A. Stewart, D. C.
(Seal of County Commissioners.)

a The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.


V Plumbing and Metal Work


0 Agricultural Implements


Rounding Up With Autos.
Automobiles are now used in round-
ing up cattle on the big ranches in
Teas. One auto line runs from San
Angelo to Osona. 180 miles.
What Is known as the **Blues"
s; s-ldom occasioned by actual e' ist-
ex external conditions, but in t It e
,'.at majority of case by a di. ..
ordered LIVER.
which may be demonstra-
ted by trying a course of

.h:ycontroland regulate the LIVER.
i.':y bring hopeand bouancy to the
,:i..J. They bring healthand elastic.
Sv to the body.

- Fur fresh-
ueitpur;tv an rel-
ab'.:ty ,Forr'sSeeds
are in a c;.s be' ttrhem
have confidence
in them tecaure
there know they
canhe relt:e' u)-
on. Don't ez;,cri- I
meant with cheap
eeci-.-your sure-
ty i e in buying
seed set out by
a conscientious
and trustworthy

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


Colic, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Cemedy
In fact, in most cases one doe is
sufficient. It never f :.: ;i :;. I ,
r, 'i.d up,,n in t"e r- t !r .. ..
d;tIa ero, s cas-s. It il r ;.! .
uable for chid:rn and is the Tr,rtr.,
of saving the lives of many chi!d:rr
each year.
In the world's history no mrnet.lcit
has ever met with greater si;kt,-b.

60 YEAR8

C aoil te .
Anrone *n4tnie a skhelh and desfrt lon uma
'u!r'rltly wa rt nn rr .4.itrr iA, fr* whithcr an
,rive-.trln is pr',h0bly7 pleUnlabl. ( *-muugarlb
t itrnOetlyetiIiB.lential. iandbook oPa ets
sent free. Oldesgt aeney fort 0 ise ra a.
P Idtntste taken ihrf.ugh Muan &o. IrmmelT
Argpitl alceL. WrI h.ut cain t. the
Scituific JlmierIa.
A handsomely tl;'trsd wkly. ILs *

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p ou et wwk?" dem l.

us e

wm p o.

Sy e thea l a ngae OR

-pe mea o-etb

meis and Venice Ig bebm

fet a kina?
im e eto priatn~

I s Let s talk-Manchester

"An ye have a o little brotm s or

Utile dna-No, m'am. I'm al the
ges a woeTve got!
r Blotter (of a library turm)-And,
M please order a sailo of midnight
i All r best writers, I am told

S -BHave yoy any reaon for debbt-
hi what I say? She--Yes 1 have
Ss-What is It? She-I don't believe

SO Calcutta seeatabl-or "par-
Swallah" as be is called-has a ap-
g atuM attached to his holders to
o, ppe an umbrala over h head.
S Mr. WIndall-M wife wants me to
buy a seat on the Stoek lzchange. so
bre's a cheek for $100,000 for the
r teat. The Broker-Ticket? Por
what? Mr. Windfall-The eat, of
SeseaIl And be ure to pgt one on the
eW ahbot three rows from the frot!

d alm Mbb r vtt &ae 1 U i

ql Int she didn't have to use a

S What ais mae do' asked the gem-
i tal elabmae.
Y, "To d a Job. You're Mffering
mr oerrwt"-Kanaus Ctty Journal.
"How can I eam him of being so

| al hU ITa bad -Lo-0sTlle

'"Toa ase to lkae his attentions.
Swbr d't you marry him?"
"lBeause I like his attentions."-
Ba- Notes
bst Visitor-What a singular chin
M eld boy bas!
Iasoad VisItor--angular? I should
eal It plural-London Tatler.
"You know the poet ays a man must
he eitha the hammer or the anvil."
S "Lat of fellows I know are more
S fs the bellows."-Boston Transcrlpt
At Toreto, Oat. June 23, 1888, A.
Siemte ran 100 yards backward In
b. rtes second, establ-hbinq a record
Shas never been beaten.
A teacher called upon a mall boy to
Kgg "mittade."
iA multitude," aid the boy, "Is what
w get when we multiply."
Whb arehon of Athens ito e B. C.
a, tsce acted laws making dleness
P imaahle with as much severity as

SA totle was the founder of the aei-
et e of botany. "The Historla Plan-
hram" of Theophbrastr was written
abet T47 B. C.
SLadyI-To aay yo are oat of work?
Shat is yoar occupatlo?
Weary Charley-I pick powers from
atry plaats, madam.
S Th largest bowler in the world is
SLevathan rock, In Victoria, Australia.
ths weight of which is estimated at
Sam tom.
Amber may be deerbhed as fossil
i" a and is composed of carbon, hy-
ae. aesa, clay, alaminta and

i itbaa--YTou dofg t me. Do
yr yo he's mad? gtoua No,
I r --md. but I expect bhe w aw-
ft-y d-hp uaoi.-lttrimr ted Bit.

Wh t ae nM6 de@g, lBob?"
"mlhstg a la carte," answered
b v m pears from the push-
at a t b..Mw York Tm1ea
wte vg ato a woman IS auadbloe n a
at the ha Ltt of about two
Wa nt a a man wes mrI

it t twea m now-Is saw-
s V ada the a Mter hs bad
i thMe arm.
W l, yeo ua't in vaudevlle. Tou're

ampGea," sald the beauttfl grL.
tat yme very atn brm the m-d.
Mt eo.*"
"o" replied he poet "I hang my
hat om the dorkob so that the land-
lady ma't lek through thi keyhole
a each me beroing gas."-Jde's
Said the optimit, "It a man gets Into
the habt of hanttig trouble he's asre
to MWd it"
"Yea." rpd the pe"ssIt, "and If
be IS nso that he always tries to
arod It It will nad him. So where Is
the diff ea-e?"-Catholle Standard and

0asseach Humorist (amusing him-
lit aatexpease of highland caddie)-
Boote, ye kem, ma wee bit laddle, yoe
was e so menkie bad a shot the noa.
What tnk ye?
The Bit Lddle-Eh! Ab'm thinking'
yel lara leotch quicker'n yel ever
learn Sot.-Punch.
"The obo abould seek the man," r-
marked th Idealist
"Peda," answered Senator Sor-
gbhm, "but an offe doesn't get much
eneoarNpment in prowling around
seeking anybody. In fact It has to
renat hlh to keep from being grabbed
of the pereh."-Washlngton Star.
"Kirby could become famous If he
wreU 't so lasy."
"Oh, ha will egt famous yet"
"What de you mean "
"Why, he takes sech good care of
himmef that be will lve to be 100 and
be famed for that."-Detrolt Free

Johnny mid to his father the other
day, "Father, have you ever noticed
how often mother says, 'And so on,
aNd o os "
"Oh, yes, Johnny," was father' re-
ply, looking sadly at the breast of bl
shirt, "but It never applies to buttons,
my boy."
Little Johnny-Mamma, let's play I
am your mother and you are my little
Mamma-Very well, dear. How shall
we pliy It?
Little Johnny-ru tell you. You
start to do something, and I'll tell
you not to.
Gateman (at the musical comedy)-
Don't you wunt to come back?
"Well. take this pass check, anyway.
You can hand it to some chap on the
"My dear fellow. I haven't an enemy
In the world."-Life.
"What would you do." the bride-
groom whispered hoarsely. "If by some
terrible accident I should be drown-
ed?' In the mild moonlight he saw
his young wife pale and shudder. "Oh.
don't, Tom." she cried. "low can
you? You know I don't look well in
black!"-Chicago Inter Ocean.
The little child of the tenements was
enjoying her first visit to the country
and was enthusiastic in her adilra-
tion of the farmyard.
".Tust look at the cbhi.kits!," she ex-
claimed in a burst oIf e,'ta-y. "They're
ill rinuling around r;' :" -C'nrrent
"The physically unfit should be re-
moved." declared the new thinker of
old thoughts.
"I'm glad to hear you say so." re-
sponded the gentleman chauffeur. "'It
will make me feel easier In my mind
when running over a decrepit pedee-
trian."-Philadelphia Ildger.
She-Frankly, If you had to choose
between me and a million, what wo:lhi
you do? He--I'd take the million.

Then you'd be easy.-Life.
Mrs. Benham-As the story goes. Rip
Vnu Winkle slept twenty years. len-
hamin-I wonder if his breakfast was
ready when be woke no.

DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are jus
what you need and what you should get right
away for pain in the back, backache, rhea-
matimn, pais, and all urinary and bladder
trmobles. Thoemands of people suffer from
kidney and bladder trombie and do not know
t. Tey think it isa cold or a strain. Don't
take say ehaace. Gt DeWitt's Kidney and
Madder Plls. They are antseptic and
M ootheb the pain. Dea't al to in-
M u DsWiWt Kidey and Bladder Pill.
Wa =d= UeM m brI abr D wStoer

OW soe emt ye sb et
ft So g dMX WMW
"We sMtM a1 stat lee sue,
ma the be ek s iy. "W maOe f t
6 "le. that whim a easek ba wk
fme shai bemid nsked sertv by her

A Pretty teeg Hist.
They had bes en assge to tbl me
rled fftee years ad tM he had Met
ustered up courage emsogh to ask
her to ame the happy day.
One eveag he called In a pecullar
ftame of mind and asked her to wiag
sMethg tender M and touechln *-s
thing, as he sMd. that would "move
S he at down at th plano aad smu
"Dartl& I Am Growing Ol."

Lineeln's Rules.
On one occasion President Lincoln
oa entering the telegraph oflee of the
war department, writes Mr Bates In
"Lncoln In the Telegraph Office." was
heard to remark to Secretary Seward.
"By jings. governor, we are here at
last!" Turning to him In a reproving
manner. Mr. Seward said. "Mr. Presi-
dent. where did you learn that inele-
gant expression?" Without replying
to the secretary, Lincoln addressed the
telegraph operators, saying:
"Young gentlemen, excuse me for
swearing before you. 'By jings' is
swearing, for my good old mother
taught me that anything that had a
'by' before It was swearing."
One day Secretary Seward, who was
not renowned as a Joker, said he bad
been told that a short time before on
a street crossing Lincoln had been
seen to turn out In the mud to give a
colored woman a chance to pass.
"Yes," said Lincoln, "it has been a
rule of my life that if people would
not turn out for me I would turn out
for them. Then you avoid collisions."

In accordance with the ordinances of the
town ofTitusville. I, B. B. Wilson, mayor of
said town, hereby issue this, my proclama-
tion, calling an annualelection. to be held on
the fourth Monday in October, A. D. 1908,
being the 26th day thereof, at the courthouse,
for the purpose of electing
One mayor,
Three aldermen.
One clerk and treasurer,
One marshal and collector, and
One assessor of taxes.
And I hereby appoint A. A. Bethea S. J.
Norton and J. M. Osban inspectors of sid
election, and G. L Mandeville clerk thereof.
A mass meting of tne citizens of the town
is hereby called to meet at the courthouse on
Thursday evening, (ktober S, 1901. at 7:30
p. m. for the purimoe of nominating said otli-
eers. B. K. WILSON,
Mayor of Titusville.

Notice is hereby given that, under and by
virtue of cxecutionm receivce- by me simulta-
neously and issued out of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county. Florida. against John R.
Walker and 1. I. Mace. partners trading un-
tler the tirn names and style of John R. Wal-
ker & Co.. and the Walker Hardware Co.. in
which the following parties are plaintiffs in
in the several suits. viz :
Mcllwaine, Knight & Co.: Ernest L. Rhodes
& Co.;Schwab Clothing Co.; Carter & Church-
ill Co.; The Regal Manufacturing Co.; H. B.
t'latfin Co.; Boydell Bro. White. Lead &
Color Co.; Augustus Wright Co.; C. H. & E. S
(ildburg: Frank & Co.; Atkins. McKelden &
Brlwn Co.; Millbury Atlantic Sunpply C(',.
'lho Rosenfeld Co.. and Bridgforn & (,.:
I have levied upon and will sell at public
auction to the highest and best bidder for
cush. during the legal hours of sale, on Moin-
day. the second day of November, A. U..
191, at the courthouse door of Brevard
county, the following real estate of said de-
fendants situated in Titusville, Brevard
county. Florida, towit:
"Lot one (1) and two 12) of Hutchinson'o
siahllivision of land described in Deed Book
".I." page 2l'. Brevard County. Florida lic-
ordl. being a part of Block D of LeBarnn's
mtap of Titiuville. Florida. as filed in the.
clerk's ofltie of Brevard county. k lorida. .aid
staulliviaion recorrded in lced Book "'M." on
paze p.i'. Brevard County Records. and all
thie building.. outbliiilding.s anl ;attachlument"t
I anti fixtures thereon."
.Said real estate will he sold subject to the
halanlce due on a niortgage held on said ,pop-
erty by (;Ge. S1. Robbins. which balance is
Fifteen Hundred ($1,.00) Dollass and ac-
crued interest at seven (7) per cent from May
15. 1IlN The said mortgage is recorded in
Mortgage Book M." on page 114. and the
asaignmeut thereof to ieo. M. IRhibins is re-
corded in Book No. 2 of Assignments of
.Mortgages. on page 39.
I will also sell the following real c.tate ot
tlih defendants in Titusville. Florida, at the
same time and place. towit :
Beginning at the northeast corner of Blok
"K." in the town of Titusville. Florida, froom,
thence run west along the north boundary oft
said block a distance of 99.(0 feet to the
northwest crner of lot two \2) of said blo.k:
thence run south along the west line of said
lot 2 a distance of 54 feet; thence run ea-t
parallel with the north line of said lot a
distance of 99.03 feet to Hopkins street:
thence run north along Hopkins street a dis-
tance of 54 feet to the place of beginning. we-
ing the north 54 feet of lot two 12) of Block
"K." according to LeBaron's map of Titu,-
ville on record in the office of the clerk of the
circuit court for Brevard county. Florida.
Said real estate will be offered in separate
parcels in the order above described.
I will also. during the legal hours of sle.
on the said 2nd day of November, 190., offer
for male to the highest and best bidder for
cash. at the store of John R. Walker & Co., on
Washington avenue, in Titusville. Florida.
the following personal property in said store,
towit: The whole of the stockof goods of the

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Btmhied athebool.
jk- t ofWesi Palm
Kocd ay with Mrs.
aid M A. J. Davis.
S 1amre highly pleas-
SesIem agent. He
mad obUglgs to the
at bL ueompy s well as to

.0Y Aten mI a les this week,
*4A. J. Davis arrived from Los
*Wft. Arkanas Monday af-
Sbe reports a grand time
.o w ti aUmooth.' trip.
S' iilr MeCord announced Sunday
i d that there would be quarterly
a nrt Saturday and Sun-
~ ..u fElder Ley is to officiate
lS nday services-11 a. m. and

|i osmmnmonly reported that the
}.i*is I-- evangelist. Culpepper,
M' w .. e uet revival services in Cocoa
sao^, ay his big tent and working
b' thwe lt t of all the churches of
;t Conme along Brother
*I. ClpqIpr, we will not object.

See the whiskey question is being
a t': at In BNeard county we feel
that willnotbe amissto speak
word about same, so will give you
: what a barrel of whiskey contains:
"A baami ef eiacesan of heartaches, of
I A o Gmmer barrl of b lows,
A rNl emrTOw frotm a lvlaig, weary wife,
abA melof aie a barvl of wtrife.
At arel II al u lll l regret,
A r sel o mleeM a barrl of debts.
'A ai el of ha rw. of pol,. of pain,
A borvel hope all blted and vain.
A: -'a el o povery, rain and blishk.
A fat l of taa thmAt no in the aniht,
A %a el et ime.n armie of groans.
'A Am ererpha m ost pitili mmean
A Ull1 er tpeas that himu they paw
SThbatew frw the lqauor In the head of
A in mshlboed a barrel of cries,
Ji h ll pl* the mal&s lips as he dies.
Lame Meck
Th alleat Is usually caused by rbeama-
ti deotle eIlpase of the small of the back,
Aa baliekly eaoed by applying Chamber.
*A a LIoilmet two or three times a day and
-mul-the St ateaeh application. For
Gye orGIAAPy.

Cora Munson left for Micco last
Friday, where she will teach this win-
Capt. Ramsey is looking very happy
over the arrival of that new boy at
his house.
Mr. Handy and family are expect-
ed some time next month. Our win-
ter residents are returning early this
Misr Louise Robinson writes that
they expect to be in Georgiana about
S Dee. 1. and will occupy the Smith
cottage gain this winter.
Bro. Hawk gave us two excellent
sermons Sunday but was not able to
call on his people this time as he was
suffering from a sprained ankle.
There were a number of people
from Artesia and Eau Gallie present
at the dance given by Mr. and Mrs.
Copeland and Mr. and Mrs. Chandler
last week.
George Carter and Arthur Sims
left for points down the river last
Friday. They expect to make Wa-
baso their headquarters for the next
few weeks.
Carl Wittfeld left for Jacksonville
Sunday where he will meet friends
from Atlantic City and help them
bring their boat down the inside
S Mrs. Adah Williams spent Satur-
day and Sunday with Miss Mary Witt-
feld and attended the dance last Sat-
urday night. She returned to Eau
Gallie Sunday evening.
The Dentos cast anchor at Geor-
gianuslt Sunday evening and the
doctor bhs been busy this week.
This is ae for tho who cannot
leave home to go even to Cocoa.
a.l.. &.^ 6-- im ._AA & .L.

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f -air Vigor

Se Ayers Hair Vlor was ood,
I l ~l I the bst that was made. But
3b"noe E aNo m Ayer's Hair Vigor, new Im-
a Mh os proved formula, Is better. It 1
MAU OGALLuB Is the oo great specific for fall-
A.P. Edge left Sunday for New in hair. A new preparation In
York on business, every way. New bottle. New
on. contests. Ask your druggist to
Mrs. Pell, of 0steen, arrived last show tto you, "the new kind."
week in town for a few days. D.a- Itd .a / hAr.
W. Norwood, of Fort Pierce, was seornea wn l e.esu
in town a few days this week. 4P hw Few
Mrs. L. A. Peek, of Melbourne, i lsaS a.s kr :.
was a visitor in town Wednesday. ..a
Mr. E. A. M. Stewart and family As we now make our new Hair Vigor it
r EA M. Stew an a does not have the slightest efect upon
have moved on their place west of the color of the hair. You may use it
town. freely and for any length of time with-
ou t fear of changing the color. Stops
Gilbert Macy arrived Wednesday falling hair. Cures dandruff.
from Wabash, Ind., on a visit with --U byh b UwrJ. Ayer Co.. Lowell. MYa..-
relatives. --
Rev. J. B. Hawk sprained his ankle List of Qualiid Voters of Brevard Co.
quite badly and is almost a cripple at
prent. .Continued from page 5
Dr. Urich on his floating dental P
parlors "Dentos" left Sunday for Provost E R Pinner J w
G g again w J Ramsey w M
Mrs. A. P. Edge and children left Ringold T w Reeves Jno
Tuesday for a visit with relatives at Rudiill Ed
Fort Pierce. Stewart C L Stewart R B
The Guild was entertained at the Stewart C S Stewart C D
home of Mrs. A. R. Hodgson onTues- llars S D Sellers w R
day afternoon. T
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Snell, Tanner J H Taylor w J
on Friday 16th, a son. Mother and T ilkinson C
Walker C T Wilkinson C 1,
son doing well.
J. W. Law returned :home Sunday Young R L
from Hot Springs, where he has been Precinct No. 10, Georgiana
for his health. B
Bruner J W lIaldwin I, I.
Married, at the home of W. A. Irut er J W Blaldwin I K
Hoffman Thursday 15th, Miss A. Hall
and Mr. Acholem. Carter AH II Chambers T II
The Ladies' Aid society was enter- Carter (;e F ('lclan
trained at the home of Mrs. E. Spiller Dawleyv Davi. W I'
on Thursday afternoon. o
A. B. Whilden left Sunday for (orde" n; w
Knights Key, where he will be in the ilisck A V l .h., il K
Iliscock A \ Hulhl K
F. E. C. office for a few weeks. Hlla K
The B. Y. P. U. gave a social at
the home of W. A. Hoffman last Tues- .Io"es Bln
day evening. A very enjoyable time Iinabur L
was spent by all present. M
Prayermeeting was held at the .Mun,..c F w
home of Major Jordan on Friday eve-
ning by a number of his friends, he I'a-e ) N i'reVvot C' l)
still being confined to his bed. lIogro A .1 I
Mrs. R. P. Macy arrived Saturday
from Wabash, Ind., and will spend .ilau. A.\
the winter here, Mr. Macy being at T
work for C. G. Redstone and son. 'utle .am,.
Prof. E. E. Macy spends every Sat- 'lIrich FV
urday and Sunday at his lovely home w
on Highland avenue, returning to his whitee .I Iitteh I' II
Wittfeld William \%riht (;
school at Cocoa Sunday afternoon. %'illiats .1i Wittld (' (.
For Bore Feet Precinct No. 11, Xerritt
"I have found Bucklen's Arnmca Salve to be A
the proper thing to use for ',re feet, aswell A\nthoiny (ieo nlr.x I'urti I'
u for healing burns, sonrs, cutd. and all man- Alit I !' .1,lkins 1I
nerof abrasions." writes Mr W. Stone. of .\lI,b,,tt IB I'
East Poland. Me. It is the proper thin, too,.
for pilea Try it! ldd under guaranut at I
Banner Drug Store. 25c. ltrcwaa *l|o I...s *I. .1I
For Chapped Skin '; l ('le.vlih.l 'hli..
ChappeMl akin. whether on the Ihands or I
f;tet may Ie curted iii one uight by applyilig I) l.I:is .'c lir.,wet' I. \V
('hamtlwrlain's Salve. It is also tuueqiualed fr ..
sur' nipple. burus andi scalds. For sual by
I'itiusvilne' Plha' aw y. I' .1,l .I l{ I i I '< .1

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TIT 'US vILI.E. FLt.. *'et. 211. 1.d.~-. litrit. 1. I1 ;l'r.,ll it
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Stateaiment o' temperatures and ruinfiall Foi
tie week eiiding Wedne-ay. -. IIv.r \\ '
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M.%1 x 1. ,oix K, ') i.w. 1K.. i, .1,..
t'oe .tt-rative l (ti-.rver. I.
o e w rd l 11. .1 1. .1 ,,, D. I \).
The re.utlers i this IAn. -r will Ie ple.i -,t I* l-..>l:01 lih E \W I.l I 1;
tolearn that tllerr is.:tt least ,mte d.rcadlful I. l:*,,.I- \\ '' I I '
dim.a'ae that -.4itl-nce hia I,-.., la,lr, to )'tirrt ill
al! it~ stages. and that is Catarrli. laill' 4:,
tarrh t'ure is the ioly I,sitive ,aire kl.ii \I'l .*1 I \1 .> r \ I>
to the medical fraternity (atarrh being a Mnlitl{.,'nwr I' E. I ti'!l : I:
c'uttittional dis~c-: -. requlirnr a .onlstitu- \I..N|,11,, ia .I1.
tionai treatment. l1ll's Catarrh <('ire i
taken internally. acting directly upon, the
hlood and mne uous surfares of lhe .y-to m. n .'-lilt I "t I N1. '. ii "ai
thereby destroying the foundations of the- lis- p
.Mas. and giving the patient streaigth in i .\ E I. l ,,i- i,
hoilding up the constitution and assisting t' A
nature in doing its work. The proprietors i'0.ttg -
have so much faith in its curative polwers. It
that they offer One Hundred ollas for Rany Rel.I : I ,1 .1
case that it fails to cure. Send for list of te1-
tinolal.- a
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Watson and Williams Electors
Populist Candidates for President
and Vice-Pr.sident
r) I. MeKinncn At LarPre.

SMonster crowds and lusty cheering
was Ohio's greeting to W. J. Bryan
on Wednesday of this week.
Slightly Colder with Snow
When you see that kind of a weather f,re-
i ast you know that rheunmatiam weather isat
hand. (eti rely for it Inow by getting a bot-
tie of Ballard's Suow iuniment. Fineat thing
made for rheunuatisl., chilhla uI. frost bite.
Ssore and stiffujoints anl nluarles, all achesaua
ptIiu. 7e. (k* anld tl.l00 per bottle at the
'rLitutlille Pharmnacy and Banner Drusgtore.
"I uffnredl habitually fromi constipation.
IDomua's igulets ruli -v d adu strengthened
the howerls so that they have heea regular
ever sine "--A. E. Ihavis, ruoer, Sulphur
Sprilns. Texas.
Notice is hereby given that Frlank Rattle
:tand Gle rCg ('. ;rttle have this 17th day of
July. 191, nold and rconveyed all of their in-
terent in the firm known as the Titusville
Luulltr 'emmpany to their partner.
Henry E. P'ritchett and have coamieed to be
nenlemwrs of etild firm. The Tituaville IuaII-
her emonaj pu I. as reornnI iz.i d. eoiisist of lenu r
E. Pritchett and WilliamI Pritchett, who will
collect all the accounts due and pay all the
lebtsowinxl y st id e**tspalty.
(>l;ior iC. BATTLK.
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Earliest Red Valentine .. o Buhiel
Reiugee-Extra Early Buh-rl
New Stringless Green Pod o Bushel
Wardwell's Imp. Kidney WA, x4 so Buh.-l
Davis New White Wax t _Bushel
Currie's Rut Prot wa Wx Bushel
Extra Farly Alaska . $3 y) Bushel
New Farlv Gradus $ 5 so Busll
iiorsfrd's Market Garden J.;> Bu, u.Arl
Rucklc'i I.ightning Express &I. 00 Bushel
Lettuce. adhb. Tomlm and a full line JI
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%.'Ir requiremerits and willquote prices.
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I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention

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This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay
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