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: 11 13, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00675
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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cmHClaot. LATEST INEWS Eitreicly Lo Pri oILOCAL "O

is a a AID IICIDEIT on 1ondly at lie's AD3 e1w
H H BBI oflts iWiiM " MONDAY, NOV. 16, 1906. ... ...


S e tte d juent-The win- Remember The Alpine for lodging day's special, 59 cents per yard. Dr. Miller, Dae. Tm
bd l .t tp nmoteh., the "doers" of and quick lunch when in Titusville. Ladies' readymade shirtwaists, Mrs. inston Br a itL
im 0 a.that othes Write Bear'sPecan Nurseries, Pa- new and up-to-date, in long and short tuned hofrom
sems l ,,d ad b, fore tet, hi. latka, for their special prices to Flor eeves, elaborate trimmed, worth in Clay county.
nowina at$0idaplants.$. special$1.9
j ewt noothers. We are showing all i Poei. Ladies', mises and children's Citrus trees grown gh
te tt styles in this famous make The platform on the west side of cots at unusually low prices. land. Address Indian
Iwblll l id MturDSd -4ats, rain coats and overcoats. the railway station has been entirely Broadcloth in all the latest shades series, Toledo, Florida.
wi.k aft e .Forthe best at the right prices renewed tis week. including smoke gray. worth $2.00, Miss Lucy Kendaof
i pt the I e. Master Rufus Robbins was at home special $1.49 per yard. Penn., is spending
. WINSTON S. BRANNING for a few days from Stetson univers- Bed quilts silkoihne covered, extra her aunt, Mrs. Dodson and family.
b. (am.Gel ad Mr. t Hfeadquarters-for Style and Value ity the first of this week. large size, worth $5 50, special $3. Mr Carl Battle has returned to
1"&M Sfl4WdthMfllSA some as low as $1.49. Mr. Carl Batt has
t.;he 2 Tituville, Florida. The Dentos arrived Sunday after- Unbleached domestic yard wide Titusville and is again at his former
oka 5E Df& s noon from Rockledge with Dr. Urich special 14 yards for $1.0, Monday post of duty on the log tran for th
ww To the Cbtia of Brevard Co. on boaid, and is moored at the city only. Titusville Lumber Co.
S IhenA. atPft Two years have passed since the dock. Amoskeag apron checks, ar- The Iris, E. B. Wager's Int a
a wmebe of Brevard county placed the Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun are anteed fast color, this is one of the boat motor boat, was at &I'
h llI .. _Pi pof their disapproval on the now in their cosy new home, having best ginghams on the market, special ways, Rockledge, the A of the
whogy"^ a w kw'y traffic by an overwhelming just finished moving their household 13 yards for $1.w. week for the placing o a br-
M v. te of two to one. These two years effects into same yesterday. Black taffeta, yard wide. every for protection to the propellor.
SM J Pitehrd left have s of such Mr. Head, the new teacher, who is guaranteed, Monday's special, Capt. J. L Sill, R. C. S., atpreet
d ek for a vidt with canid g order as not to take the intermediate department Bo bloomner trousers, all sizes inspector of the life-eaving merie,
TMs. Walk- ouy eo n 8th district, is expected to arriv in
th Mr. T. Blake Walk county before and the our public school, to relieve Miss from 5 to 17, worth $1.25, Mondays 8th district, w expected to arri i
Iwo. IItrmmMd hoie ys- abernC eof crimes s truly remarka- S Gladwin, is expected to arrive ntTitusville tomorrowon tor
tA ieble. courts have had scarcely tfirst of the coming week. White tablecloth, 72 inches wide, p g houses of refuge along the
S a- m iwla em e, c a ase n We understand that the depart- guaranteed pure linen, worth 85 Florida coast.
.e mthe question ofwhether intoxicat- ment will establish a postoffice at the cents, special 59 cents per yard. Thos. Goodall, wife and so, -
M L a Mr. Al t liquors shall be soldornot, when Haulover canal to be called Allen- Boys suits, made of an excellent nest Goodall, and Miss Smadle Good-
w4M e were it well known that a majorityare hurst, and that Clifton will be con- quality of black or blue Thibet, also win arrived at Daytona the fr
ssa fuw ~ays ain Jackson- opposed to its sale. Consider what tinued. Service will probably be sup- m mixture, bloomer trousers, worth this week from Sanford, Maineanid
iLs. e wu a re we are asked to return to if the whis- plied via Oak Hill. $5.00, special 93.. are occupying their lovely home oa
idt m ma key interests are successful. Order your wagon, carriage fen Special prices in blankets. the east bank of the Halifax nver.
Sapp- saloons acting under cover of ing ewing machine, range, farm Ttusville, Florida. The Women's Christian Temper.
11-* the law but violating the letter and machinery, etc., of Florida Purchas- ane union announce that Mrs.C.
B.J and wife paed sprtof the law; selling to minors, ing Agency, Palatka, and save 10 to Nelson, of Miami, will give address
a fi w a dago en iuO to intoxicated men, selling on 20 per cent. Write for particulars. Brevard County Scool Board on Sunday next at 10 a. at the
roub lt where nr. Gib- theHoly Sabbath. Agents Cyphers incubators and sup- The board of public instruction Baptist church aod 3 and 7 p. at
a ll t the First These things were a ,o."wn oc- plies. met Monday, Nov. 5th, with full the Methodist church. You arei
Drnltll i r i before and. there is Tno guar- .TRy PA U ST rA. board present. vited to attend these meetings,
t Mr.O. b hase a t e whisk deal.erstthaveimy dra The minutes of the last meeting Mmr to A btoa re di_
g. o sm ] etghpIIch]urch in provedin morals or in respect for THEY ARE UP-TO-DATE were read and approved. brleM roD.f A. t Butt w ta
Will it p.rot the county or any Hotel Palmhurst Arriva Treasurer s report for October brutally at Fulford on Suda r-
FUWNITUR. DIY GOODS. 8H08 eitiae of the county for the sake of S H Gerowe Atlanta; M M Johnson The tax collector presented his list ng, w town dn hi
I ~ hem sIad beat pait a few dollars for licenses and that a Jacksonville 6eo P Bowie, Wash D C; of polltaxes received during the way to Dade county, where he ex-
Ma 4 e0* few men may make money by sell- R Whyte, Pierce; H H Walters.. osofcber, sam how- petseto see that the mure Fles
.or &' Wren r paing whiskey, to open the saloons Jacksonville; C C Chiingworth, West i ofOctoer19 sm ow prosecuted to the full extent of
ne andtherebdebauch. Palm Beach H H Preston, Jacksonville; ing $1.00 fo 1906 and $2.00 forthelaw.
ob u. k ..-- a_ y Mrs Utley, City; W T Moore, Jackson- FiNANCIAL .'XMAZY.
a ftm grade old men, lead young men into lM MAlexander, St Louis; T L Warrant' outtandingAt report .:' Circuit Court Proce
C A. G wC 'Pho 342 temptation and intoxication and en- Hi;Wee, Miss; R H Mcclung, Atlanta; .... .seen 2,P30w
tice the boys into habits that lead to G D Williams, C 0 Simons, Jackson- The fall term of circuit court WAp
Yacit (CIb Mo en drunkenness and dishonor? ville; I M Cox, Southern Express Co; i0,484.11 .i.. adjourned Saturday with teiu..
There is hardly a man in the towns Mrs S E Petteron, Chicago; Judge Mi- adjourned Saturday withthedipa.
A Uof the oard of dire- of Brevard county where whiskey nor S Jones, City; Mrs HW Brown, Warrat nowoutstading-----...-- 10,.488.11 tion of the Newsome trial, which re-
tes the River Yaebt club was formerly sold that cannot point Boston; Katie Miles, Philadel hia; Total cash on ua ...........--------------.. suted in acquittal; the sentencing of
Sght when Mr.tosome man who was an hab James Royoll, Jacksonville; A J W er, cit in fnd . Harry White to two yearor break-
---rDrabw v. u dectel ,..m- aDaytona;......L LW Ware, Jacksonville; A W reitifunds-- .....Har Mte to twoyew
d _drunk-ardand .hie .omframlyinneed of oSnmth, Tam p; MeF Blitch, Daytona; ITEMIZD XPNDITR-. ing and entering the drug stores t
r mau to theelb house M ife's comforts. who, since the coun- JE Miller, ity; CE Miller, City; C E County school fund. Cocoa, and in the cases agauImt Joe
rs mae. to thedub house. Mr.. ty has been dry, has led a fairly tem- Keller, Jacksonville; J H Allen, Allen- Teachers' salarie................----------------.. ad El Dassey, sell li t
n Win's name wa pr d p rate life and whose family hasbeen hurst; C W Varker, Pensacola; Miss H Fee & Stewart, for new building ,.- I;o,
for mber p. He w have better circumstances. Tate, Oteen; SM Stephens, Lakeland. No. ....28.------------------------.................s. both pleading guilty, the woman
ch of the lub house and be ap- To save one man and one famil Mr and Mrs H Wilson, Ci Eaitusville Lumber Co.. lumber No. 28 47.33 case was placed on the absentee dock-
ote dety Wmarshal with power from the demon's clutches is wo Jones, Watertown, Maps; %r J Edward aboeld Brmuno. fulibtN wk No. s 00 et and Dassey was assesed $500.00
to t in that capacity on the prem- more thanall the license money Urich, Dento Boat; GA Worley, Mi- E.. L Sup.Co., material No. 17. and costs or one year in the county
in ard county would collect. amin A W Smith, Tampa; W H Smth, E.J. Praetorious, repairs No. 9 ...... 5.. jail.
v f e"o ty i~~Th cllt. e Savpnah; F Meyer. N Y; RS Nelson, Peter Bertelsen. repairs No. 7- -... 3.0M All other criminal cases on the dock-
Bran Sale fore, fellow tizes, we ell upon New Smyrna; ED Roy, Richmond, Va; Ja. Pritchard Son. uis No. ... et were continued until the spring
you to work and help us roll up such 0 J Hamil, Jr, Daytona; A E Frinkill, Lars Jorgenson, repair No.- ......---- 53.
y0ndSu yonly 5U thSesouval.er-ofwiskey A DIl The H. & W. B. Drew Co., dk. No.1 6.0 3 On civil docket a verdict for 32
a a ay oy u that it will silence the whiskey inter- Allan Hurnt, Palm Beach;T F Hoffman .. F. M "i hell. janir No. 1.2iuo. 14' A nd cot wa r t paintiff
Wa n DRUG away eats for all time. and wife, Lakeland; W B Francis, Jack- G. F Duren janitor etc.. No.t . .i.t reneredIt
BANNI DRUG roGRW. G. W HOLMEs, Pres't sonville; Miss Lewis, NY City; JP American Book Co.. books.-.-...--. 21 4 in case of W. Arnold, receiver
J. H AWK Treasu Kennedy. Charleston. S C; G C Zaring. ,Gin & Co.. high school bu.ok -...... l o is Planters Security bank vs. J. E. Bet-
Wliter Homea.. G. PADD^,N, -s uy Jacksonville; J H Rogers, DeLand; LT Fton & ('.. o',py lk_ ..... -13 -i tier.
wi onle. G. F. PtADDISON Sec'y. Allen. Jacksonville: T Hickman, N Y- u. iMt-, trnuspitg. pupils 2nd Iu". T. IM The case of Fanny Watton vs. C. J.
Lots for sale at Horti, Banana Anti-Saloon League. T S Williams. New York; D A Hutto; ,.u s .. . .. -, Denham was submitted to the court,
River. A i location, adjoimng Sanford; L B Snapp. Bristol. Va; C A B \ .,i,l,.tt. *... ,, resulting in favor of the defendant
Thousand Islands Club property. Gun Repair Shop. Miles, E B Miles. Harry Dyer, Jackson- J.,hu Kettles ...N. b, stimulation
J. B. JouN Georana,Fa. Guns stocked and shotguns re- C] W Wh6 tng,DNtroi MDiF k, E l'a isp ins r t A strict for plaintiff inpsumtof
^ bod.ta A~llwork guaranteed. Boon. St Augustine: S H Happersett. E H. U,.l.l p.r .1.. a..i ...i 1 .Ii i" 7l7:>.14 and costs was rendered in
To Rent for Season 196-9 HENRY BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. Jacksonville;C A Marsh and wife, Mi- I; !"IIJl!tU. pr'iiens ani t il.*a. !- n' 'cas' e of t. H. Har,'raves Co. vs.
Oak Hammock Camp, on Indian river, ami; D S Carleton. Fort Pierce' Wm r; A. < awr 'litert. p o :111n .n iilr"* "" Walker Hardware C'.
Merritta Island, Florida. Property con- TRY NEXT SUNDAY'S DINNER Orr ant'wife. Pottstown. Pa; C Pr e- C.! A *ul. 5 t -t ste'Irn ts t '.<
sists of a camp buikBig of four rooms AT THE PALMHURST AND SEE son. Miss; Geo W Bannermon. N Y; W JI Joh,; H.,ry. tywrt ,,ui. f.r pi. HAVE YOU TRIED UNDAY DIN-
a dab alow of seven rooms with a VHAT YOU HAVE BEEN MISSING. A Snow,. Macon, Ga; H H Walter5. i and ,'.rt. 73 NERS AT THE PALl -URST?
detached kitchen of two rooms all fully _ Jacksonville; W C Dixie. N Y: W S Imi n R iv.r StMat. hank. inter,-.t i> .0
roramheId for oiver th, extends C... .. Beasley. Jacksonville: S P Solomonson. i Hrvar1 C.. St.tt h.iik. ::t.ret :'- Rt p....
from the ladian riv o er o Banana Church Notes Atlanta; W E Hudmon and wife. Ope,-ie ..tt'w'art ipnk,-r-,int,,r,-t ., s Birthday i ,rty
river with a-d- O each river. Two Dr. A. S. Badger will preach at lika Ala; C Hudson W H Bowm'an fC,. ,.st,,-e & . mVi,,re, Verna Monr -,had quite a
separate fun houses. Will let all the Presbyterian church Sunday eve- Jacksonville: J M C Harris. Atlanta: se,,, ..sV,,>. ..-,, I..." -i niiun.r of her little \ool friends to
tether or each ae Addre ning on the text "How amiable are 0 B Floyd, Orlanydo. u r. s .. aw,. help her enjoy and celebratee her
th5a. rida. thy _tabernacles. Lord of hosts., -- twelfth-. birthday Th .rsday of last


Ps. 84:1. LUenustry To.tal iu.u s a$ 2. 'e. week after school hot .-s.
Automobile for Sale Services at M. E. church south. In All kinds of dental work at reduced She was the hapi recipient of
Cadillac model M 1907. Firstla the absence of the pator. Rev. J. L. prices for this month. For Rent many nice gifts. De ious refresh-
Cdllm M 190. ls eabsence oft ator. Rev. J. L. Dentos bot now located at city For Rments were rved an he little fks
Cadillc odel N0 1W7. BxFirsoclaw Patillo, of Port Orange. will preach Dntos boat now located at c A two story house fronting on the reported a very delightful time.
tion. $500cash. Box F, Cocoa Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. You dock,Titusille. Banana river central between Ca-a verd ht
are invited to attend. For Sale naveral and Artesia postoffices. For,
Notice Fora e particulars apply to Mrs. L. A. Mack- Kline's Gents Furni thingg Dept
un an f t north wPower Boats Wanted Ideal site for Florida winter home enzie. Canaveral, Fla. Men's clothing, new and up-to-date
Young man from the north wishes in South Rockledge. fronting 104 feet .stvlps. We will also place on sale
to engage partner in vegetable Persons having power boats to on Indian river. Several bearing: Notice aut .0) pairs of men's trousers,
ra g on sar or will work for lease, rent or sell, should call on our orange and grapefruit trees. Notice aIce ranarm o tous
wages. Bet references. personal representative, Mr. Charles Address. P. 0. Box 125, We will not repair dollar alarm clocks prices ranging from$1 to
J. PUooON. Miami. Gale, at our hotel, or write "Hotel' Orlando, Fla. but we have found a market for old TitJuille Florida
Dixie," Titusville. Florida. clocks and will for the next thirty days ituville,
g an d Graperu t nTree WM. F. GREEN, Mule for Sale give a new dollar alarm clock for an old
rM at Fla., en high ee and manager. A goodyoung orkinne amulene and seventy-five cents.DAV Titusville Bottling Work
Grow at A vbl. Fla., on high A good young working mule. G. L MANDAVILLE. as & Pmn,...


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PENNY A WORD CABLE.
1riteh Amweian Colonies to Confer
With the Cemanimss In London.
The No% Rudolphe Lamleux. post-
aster general. left Ottawa. Canada.
the other afternoon for England to
take part to a Imperial conference
wlch has hee called to discuss re-
*end cable charges The conference
wW be attended by representatives of
the various colo les and the Canadian
goverammat and of aD the cable comr-

Th reonfersce is called at the mg-
ae t- ef Ir Jon esnlknlr-Heeaton,
fAther o peany postage, and a penny
a we-d cable rate 9or the empire will
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Farmers must be inaking hay :i!! th,.
while the sun ishinue. :;'d< (hld Sol no1v,.,
even heard of the eight hour law
A Hair's Breadth Escape
Do you know that every time you have a
oagh or cold and let it run oni thinking it
will just cure itself you art inviting pneu-
monia, consumption or sonie other pulmonary
trouble? Don't risk it. Put your lungs hbu-k
in perfect health and stop that cough with
hJlard's Horehound Syrup. Price 27W. ..k'..
and 01.0 per bottle. Sold by Titusville Phar-
macy Wad Banner Drug Store.


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4 as well as week days
wMh te armer Is Iclined to re-
tM, at bay neled to thq barn late
taAy maW t Is unloaded on Sunday
Mteat of watting fr Moaday to
dawa, sat ol e
Itf tib st ar witness for the preese-
- haM resained a farm band awhble
ger he might have gained consider.
aMe kowledge that does not appear
Sthe letter which the commission has
amt ieeriast for publication. For
bnemae he would have learned that
I workers do not toll fourteen to
istema hours a day the year round
Ser eves every week day of the crop
9sesao; that there is a business reason
for the iig hours when kept and also
for doeg certain odds and ends on
Sunday, a reason why hay should be
unloaded from the wagon to the hay-
mow on Sunday tistead of delaying
the removal twenty-four hours: that
"business methods" do govern farm
work, and these must be formulated
Into the country, not In the town. Much
more be would have learned. and this
chiefly-that Dame Nature. not man.
bosses things on the farm. With this
last lesson well "dragged" In, he
would have known better than to
write such a letter, especially If ex-
pecting ever to face farming folk


Trade f hnolleag Per the Mass.
Recently the Sclenocy of our public
school system has been savagely at-
tecked, and It is a relief to turn from
destructive criticism to methods of im.
provement It has been charged that
the schools fail to equip the young for
life's problems and that the majority
of pupils quit school ahead of time.
The obvious remedy la to furnish train-
ing which is tactical and give pupils
an Incentive to stick out the course.
New York% state superintendent of
Instruction. Dr. Draper, has placed
himself on record as favoring the in-
corporation of trade schools into the
system of public education. This pol-
icy is now supported by President.
Goodwin of Packer Institute, a pioneer
technical school. Dr. Goodwin holds
that It Is the duty of the state to pre-
pare children for gainful occupations
and that the public school Is the proper
place for it. He thinks that the pros-
pect of trade training would keep the
pupils longer in school and that the
mental work would be less Irksome if
combined with manual labor. Of
course study hours would have to be
lengthened or some of the book work
cut out.
A Paying Investment
Mr. John White, of 38 Highland avenue.
Hoalton, Maine, says "Have been troubled
with a cough every winter and spring. Lat
winter I tried many advertised remedies, hut
the cough continued until I bought a 50-.
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery; before
that was half gone, the cough was all gone.
Thin winter the same happy result has follow-
*-41: i few doses onue mort banished the an-
minal cough. I am now eonvinred that Dr.
King's New Discovery is the hb.t of all cough
and lung reromdi.s." .olIl under imaranitee
*it Banner Drug Store. .h'k. and $I.Uu. Trial
bottle free.
It took the great Noah Webster a
long time to evolve that famous spell-
ing book, so it's small wonder that lots
of busy people die without mastering
It.

It uas vwry kind of the European
powers to sit on the Blalka:in "lid" and
give the stage to An.ervain campaign-
ers fthting "in the last ditch."

After a little pract:'-e ilust'riiing ele,-
tion bets I.ioyd's may venture to un-
derwrite uomiluations for ottlv- l*r-
haps.


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mood health
keep the liv-
er in mood condition, otherwise thb effete
matter and bile will accumulate In the
system and maunse dias.

St. Joseph's

Liver Renulator
(UqiM Pewers)
is old-established. reliable, thoroughly
endorsed.an, a is peially recommended
for use in all disordersof the Liver. Sm-
ach and Bowels.
bthas become popular and indispensN-
ble in a great many homes as a valuable
systemic RKeulator and luvigsrator.
I isilessant to takA. purely vegetable.
ad Wu beineut if taken as aurectied
.It relieves Biliousness. Headache. Dis-
Sin., IoAssof Apl4etite. allownem amd
all disorders caused by C>priiDation and
torpidity of the Liver and Kidneys.
bIt Iould be in every home and used
Its timely use will ofttn save ezpqnsive
and qpDul sxpells of Icknesq. and give
JoF aId health instead of pain and doe-
ric Lia ld per bottle, ents. Pbw
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im enaiye Um 4d but peshe nAm
t e- fts -r g 1a-0es towme
Amric~s lts la the e dc t tht the

war was the beginaing of property
hr the Uapan es at hea. That ene-
toy has ben least aSted by the com-
meretol epreaINe elt throeghot
weo nigh the mtire globe the past
yar. Spal ha satrMWa reernmes,
toe and is Importing modern ma-
chinery to develop them by modern
methbode
The panaMit ds can borrow money on
the uropean market, but the gen-
eral wealth of the country is ntoresM-
tng so rapidly that dometie capital
to available to fiance raofway and
mining enterprises. For one thing. the
war of .IMS relieved Spain of a beay
money drain for the colonies, which In
her pride she would not abandon and
Into her blindness she ruled at a loss.
Bereft by the sword of their prospects
of plunder in the colonies, the dons
have put by the trappings of fictitious
splendor and taken up the tools of
business. So it Is the old story of
stern necessity giving progress a

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but every few years some episode like
the recent dedlcatibp of the Prison
Ship Martyrs' monument sets the
American clock back ar pes, and it
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To feat ft Peat e event oftt asr
een t tb A New am t eGPMe at mte .YO
1. VW* bMw eak plebse tDoe rtbeo Us gs -I -41d
S" OWit o2em0e ma t over w the UmSt tn a M stynb is JasS-r MI
the N Hei r b thn have bemL tAr gasver hel sal tballe, witedh was
t ea1hfm wi ifl bs te t Tish the. at her ball wret m l evt the yer it-. ;
NOW Od bwg 1g go d I wn New Yomk omnlOty. 0. that ever

t S by M. A the aNew orM Tes at they wors bdd n
is rhis aestda e saw ae ,9 ,, ot usable Ila the veiyter b a elm-
IMW dtest. = ate hacome from her as tuted Mwasr was charietable I he n a un-
Sa habe's estte was 50t0 Thi mtua nt. at heay. p referred tor p r ei
tamsu as m..s owla. wencome on .$o000 etieos of the fashionable met of older
nn 4w 1g s0totet e her bOf M-3 Mrs. Wtor at New York, even it throey the bo y eden w t T


l W naudrMt was planning her famous otet. e a w a ys ,l- e Jm -m
*W -'- Sg0ads S* th w ietum ball suggested by her cuest. W W may relgn in Mrs. Asts J,, . I of
*M Jo* A .tor, d* "II Iady Mandevill There was gret @t4&4 her Memory. embalmed Ia ftar
Te.B Th metS psOemal as nto whether Mirs. Astor ad respect. wil long srivet. m- ThW k h
Owfe Ws t 1 Me wOin pt tha seal of her approval on ci gt 9 '
S d el Te, this tetiseM by ateding. Mrs. van- m I .
hef6 A ne w was I e early 6 anonnced that she would F6
booe* m a Int Mr Ao Guless the attr A feature of this year' hunting sm. t t;'"
i S. c a.e -. hr. Sides were taken much sot In the Maine woods hus b meen the
T O t e n hr it.tU Bid"s were taken. much, yta a 1a
e eers Wa lter feeling was stirred up and the abundance of partdges B the y-a
-e eM when Mr Astor, with her claims that the hedgehog law passed Made L a im-
Aj u btt m 1 ea as a klaly tact, solved the question by call- by th legislature four years agod re eal a er. Evry Wwarnsl.
h ye his bb .1 lag a0 Mrs Vanderbilt. Thereupon repealed last season has bad the tan d f
do 113' 8@11-b* Ifthe atiou was sent. it was mid at direct effect of giving the partridges .f ad
ec ti i t that o M Astor w as in du a chance to m multiply. Th i law an- ---i.
*, f WM I call by her younger daughter. M thorised the payment of a bounty on
S t ll t roie Astor. now Mrs. Orme W- hedgehogs and while It was in force
M 69 Mf AVLter's wet- em, who was very desirous of going resulted tn killing off the porcupine at- --
C et s hi w*w i u Mrs Asto wa s m to the Point of extinction This
frflh tepest per h Ne*W York simple. It has been conspicuously s er o f therotr ad ow that
was outing the last four b en Herholyme there ar so few of them many more M l ac UIWfl
gIde. U tleellp was gt lastfury ar erho m have a chance to hatch.oD
A S I MIN Mrs. John Jacob Astor. but In manage L hy OAmn Pier. f k s.ssUNDA YiL Ul I,
OW t Seth W sie hefto her meat tw two we entirely distinct Lenethy Oeen Pie. Traf 11ee3.& lr MMsAIe
$i -I tw st et for Wh@ not going out or formally re. A 7,000 toot pier is under Jconstrue-usue ee.a
hw 1 a an U N i e tsm cint Ms Astor Invariably dined tie. at Minst-on-ther -Stnea ngad. af k.az h e edwlk*
A WI Ullto MUN Astor Mite alone with her companion, Miss 8si- P-o Shi fWorkme.e 1 nmW .
F H ahy*h ehe te hert S r ock. For many years Miss Simrok, In order to avoid the closing of the WOW Is Ai S CUasM hFl Uwe
SNS T*% h ..St that a little woman of English birth, has ms order to avoid th elolwe of t eps r ww p T
a 4 eItedt a t! M l aeere bhess Mrs. Astor's tfathful atntenat shop the e*ployse of a great ship. aiMttl W ver mmublee. | her~a u ; r
: .. .. 0in Ut~h iW i nt he Together on off social night@ they have building rm In England recently ac- FimgUsl Jlg llUji, lfb S.e..:S
sn WMS T eW Wbe taoeMa dlned either In the New York house or cepted an offer of partnershiblp with ____________ ___. aA a
e ha. hae the Newport mansion on simple tare the proprietors. The company boldly -
"a. S'0q1 served a plain white, expensive declared that strike troubles had be- Airships sad Rough Weather. t sn l.ii..*
B" 1 china which was kept pecally for come unendurable and the ahops must if man is to Imitate the bird succeed Ll. amrnam
Sr nat these quet horn dinner close unless strikes could be ellml- tlly. he will need to take account of
SOn state occasions Mrs. Astor ban- nated. the freaks of weather up In the air.
Iq a y tSSa y setd er uet ro m he fcos l Shares of a special stock will be sold Count Zeppelin's record making dirigl-
Pik a ua walw we n feor t e cha sr o It w21 made tw the noted to employees to be paid for out of their ble came to grief through a storm. He
1 it gleadu eigels S the Paihbow Metaen factory at Dreseden and bears earnings, Interest will be allowed on soon brought out another with higher
St. Osme, a we sm swer me- the star scattered crest of the Aistors. the aharem whether the business pays motor power, hoping for better luck. |tt!! t^i
n/ a se htl ar The story is that one of Europe's or not After this special Interest has He deserve, It as a reward of pers at- KILL O
L lies ,f > proedest rulers ordered the set and been paid and Interest of 5 per cent ence. CURS u LUN OS
.s iter di. a achieve ted then balked at the price, on the capital has been deducted from It is the persItence of men like Zep-
abeepily. Shw it by Mrs. Astor had certain prejudice the earnings any remaining profit will pelin and the Wrights that augurs in Dr
9 ...". '='--- whch abe cherihaed to the end of her be divided between all the sharehold- most for aerial navigation. They can 1 1 4
eIn sI sll tas a* a 1 tp O had tia horrr ofbeglppho ers. Wages and hours are regulated profit by their failures. Storms will N
| hnd Weg h t 0 mSt7Itn. I'SItI toah e diste is the orthodox one pat- by the agreement, and workmen may be the worst foe to alrships. Birds do Ea w
1.i n to the aS S her lf the ai ei by Carolus Drn many years a. quit at will and sell their shares. It is not fly against storms. They often fly fl i
a'' t ert Us. WMUaM Aster wa never attended a wedding in day- an interesting experiment, below or above them and even alight F C
the mathi o the mara S a siral time for fer of eg photographed to eeeape the wind's fury. The petrel UUCW
*e! and never went out to Newport wlth- Canadas Election and the Tariff. le near the water and hugs the sur- AMf LL-I-T_ g TUSTT IMSUlS
Wf th-edeat S M. ^ 1Parn Ste- out wearing a heavy veil. For the There appears to be no protest face closest when a storm Is threat- gg^ ^ T^km


y mang ,b ed er new fibpneared at that funio against Canada's preen tariff policy ending. The machine which is self f0u n c
Swit,1lse i showw She appeared at thalt et in the vote cast at the recent partia- adjustable to conditions of the air" will
egt( tastJyr ~ l0Wk "aestanied ob" Av MO tn the ot cast at the recent parea need to beat te brrd at withering
'd. It UaM that, with the aid of the hour In the aftermoon-wlth a grad- mentary elections. The Liberals re- need to beat the bird at weathering Generally debilitated for year. Hadek
te WUr MeAlMsr. Mlr. Ator Pr- daughter, Miss Heleo Roosevelt, now turned to power will be likely to con- storms or. like most all birds, dodge headache, lacked ambition, was worn ot sad
pSad t' w- ldt nu list of oee- Mrs. Thelod Roosevelt Robtisog. tinue the protective system they have them. all nn do. rock Blood Bitte mde
fl% aW Hudredao. t n Astl The occasion was that of the young maintained for the past ten years. In The loueup, Conn.
It S 1 aory wo Man's first winter In society. this respect they stand lu their oppo- The letting g Disma of lhe contSwamp ract toHow to Trt a
a he he r P WMay rs. Astor kept in toh with the ents' camp. ber for deepening Dismal Swamp canal How to Te at a pramp
yeW of her ft for early half a co- topes of the times and was well read In spite of Canada' d rml started on Its urse another deep wa- 81,prainu. swclli damseo n psmp
t am duplIcated almost exactly e ltred Dardgthe aloli sputet of anads d nation terway project of national importance. i l relieved by Chamberla's Linimen. This
l ts ad highly cultured. During the lg favoring Great Britain as against the If I ineut redu as iflammation sad sorea
e years of her social supremacy she It- U This canal connects the waters of that a sprain n.ay be cared io about oAe-
bh annual ball em or about the sam tamined an uncommon degree of popu- United States in the matter of import 'hesapeake bav with the sounds of third the time required by the s tr
date d pened the Newport N clarity. the secret of which. It was fre. duties our exports to anada have North 'arolina and Is practically a t. .d cent esforslbyTi
wia t sam noularity. quently remarked, lay In the fact that blien steadily growling. Great Britain's link in the great inland shipway from
She roe at the ame hor. year she ever spoke ill of any person and exports to Canada have almost doubled Florida to New England When ro-
after year. followed the same careful did not condescend to gossip of her within ten years. Th'is Il'y trade tll After nie years' oahing Chi.
mnoe of living, ldom departing In associates. experience with 4'anuida under the pleted thi. route will enable vessels to have a constitution In 1917. The
anythalg from fixed rottie and all- Her chief eharacteristles were a gra- ,reforeitial system way lead the of mm thr steps will be fusion of existing
ways retired at 11 p. m.with ert clous klndliness. a rare social discriml- another country to adopt a di.rimuinat- passes of our eatst rii .laist and will tw local -ove.rnmnts. financial and army
eit. were td with gat b nation and thorough self restraint li lpoiy( favorin'l :al her colonies at rval to the lvv ri t le of r z.frs, with .lectio s the second
ots adt ea ad dl breakfast impe She never lost her temper and pre- exp< se of ot.hr nii.s lit thbi wr yearchool and tax pr lem the third
food. It is said that she had not eaten thved complete self coalantroln. Wheven in te e nid St.i ilas riii ti n li .. : i .",. year, ad s o. A the "u
the ^1.most trying, situations. When .i cs the' United S 14 4-r iain to b n . b.e .l .N i' oli year, nd so on. bothe "uP-
a course dinner In the last twenty scandals were told her she generally interested m.re i una ... .. ,, .. !ift in rural districts" riii be due to
years of her lire. deprecated them. was loath to express |' if t r n he I ^il.T is re- arrive an( by that t e the United
M.rs Astor never enked among the 'an opinion, and when curious or in- A BooStates wil
bsautiacl women In isoety, but her trusive people tried to get her to range A Boon. In Shipbuildiug. ird li ll y ite-in some able .
manner was that of the grande dame. herself on onc side or another of some lerts rrol the shilyards 4of ,r the ientir. ... ....
It has been said of her that this man- ,lal question she generally. heard SC'tland st:lte th i m.rk.d d e tli!ie
nor did more to win social pre-emi- th out without comment and then in shi.-buiidiig i *d f..r c'tar past S.'ii**- lt'l.. .uld ic ;.1 t r I
aence for her than did all the millions changed the subject. has alated an:d that u d -rs for new "-,vuilry ioard uplifted while oito-se-
otf her bsbInd There was nothing of Even ber enemies--for. like all lead ships have come to hand in such alum velt's ow iA;sio i is on that job.
affctation la It. Time wrought no era, she had some-adnilt thnt she was N.rs :ns to portend a speedy revival of vo hn'taretgeir.hes' ymovemntrith.
hange. The Mrs. Astor of twenty sigularly free from afftations antd i th. industry. A similar awakening S,,eiiius. af:.r :1 in found .. .-ryda'.. u'r le. ., .
few years ago was the Mrs. Astor of smail prides. In the street she was has I i felt Il .,G'rali and Imri,'*e. hii.melf. the lain llr.o>i ii. n involve ,d......t&h..erliii Fro0l *, tinhsrh.,. The
re t years, le and nbending. always heavily veiled in the effort not ',... sn. :t 1r t1., over t. ..: peo.. eSngeis.b
Snever stood to follow any nw to attract attention. When Mrs Astor and the depres.,,n of the e.rly ioLhs te bu il clear a.van t
tyle t pemomal deportment. Her drove it was either in a cloe ar- of the year has given way to ch-er.A CATHA
slw. tSately way o walking never riage or a hired cal. Sbh. vevr rtdie A ship shor;ae. would be n great T I, tt."; ::o 5 r oierd
varba. She never Oared. although In an automobile but once. awid then dr:iwla;ck to litierinti her great ballroom was annually open-. announce. "Thl is tlie last time." ord .r.lp.s miuae n o.r. .ulk to haul re- l :1r i rli..in: ,if- :- .zrl
ad wweleme tho tp social slect* She kept her word. gardlcss of the LiArk.et killing price. Talk ao the Whit,. , ue prin-
*S.A*S1 iAA Sltufsly Even In the last few years of her and if any great country sfl'fo-r fr, om k about .th Wh it ,u1 prin-
Sfe. when te ncreasing inrmities of oor crops the tonnage of the sea is ess is still in rder for an who n-
A 4 ~ 'W Wlife.S when thse increasing nfirmitie .~r crps the l ines that w:ov.
"SO 4W" INM111 VW 9f amalcif amendere tbis a @we Clines.. .....a.


















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d 1mMd
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Bd the t of Demo-
slt. tn A-t inNe-

went in on the ti-
Sg many are marked

It O loa option ele-
wrmit-n wii who were

et theminf votes ahead





beem before the supreme
l t but reens undecided,
m eosr divided four to four.'
lM w r o gain and the chaneues
f t emwlloM hst vl be upheld.
Safdt W a in force about a year
MtU W N0 toetatesof persons
abe 4Meh during the period from
M eM, 1901, and April 2nd, 19M.
%1i wMll due the government,
M VP Mot Ave million dollars.

T Neval Store-e Fight
Tk epaul tores industry of Flor-
ift wU Beer ate o low an ebb in
be* mt and prospects as right
nw. An effort to lift it up and out
d the condition has advanced the
the of drits some and it is poasi-
a that as the newly organized com-
p-O Nets atively at work better re-
a wMll be realized.
te public is mostly concerned in
goad pries for then the money is
10 o ldtorilbuted about for labor
m kJ SUP p irp but when prices are
tow the preoduets are held off the mar-
h b borkowing money from banks
ad the goods are held in storage
Md the mOney for general circula-
tiMa nd increase of business is not

He people of Florida want a free
market for their products and cash


saes, consequently their sympathies
are with the new organization which
is trying to force the so-called trust
to offer higher prices and buy more
staff.
5revard's Assessment Books
The county tax books were ;r-
eSed to the cunty ommsints at
their st meeting for acceptance, by
T AimesuorW. H. Hall. and after
d"e examination were accepted.
The eggregate value of all proper-
ty is a2,156,605.
The total amount of state tax i6
$16,184.0; the total amount for the
coeaty, $2,M .05.
We osonot help but give great
udit to Mr. Hall for the manner in
w&Meh the work was done. The books
aeertatoly the neatat, most com-
ypse, best indexed and in every re-
qept th best tax books we have ev-
werso. very piece of land obtain-
ableisbms, eves those that have
"e to illde for delinquent taxes
ee.ew* desribed and marked
ski* as b Ms old to the state.
S-everythd" into eonMidera-
thi we det i mother setof bookA
-ii WitoW a0s
h -e...a s emma s la am do I-


SJh W. sp, 22; C. G. ParHin
21L
Sedalit eetort-E D. Barker,
IS J. J. Coffins, 4; J. N. Lee, 46;
I C. Post, 41; C. Smith, 40.
For Congram-Frank Clark, m29
William R ONeal, 128; A. N. Jack-

For Governor, Albert W. Gilebrist,
M8; John M. Cheney, 141; A. J. Pet-

For Smeretary of State--H. Clay

A. Sill, 37.
For Attorney General-Park H.
Trammell 276; Fred C. Cubberly, 98.
For Comptroller-A. C. Croom,
278; J. L Skipper, 106; C. Meitin, 31.
For State Treasurer-W. V. Knott,
248; I. E. Webster, 104; A. B. Kim-
ball, 49.
For State Superintendent Public
Instruction-W. M. Holloway, 228;
Geo.W. Holmes, 188; Mrs. S. F. J.
inn, 44.
For Commissioner of Agriculture
-B. E. McLin, 240; J. F. Stunkol,
105; Chas. F. Schneider, 34.
For Justice of Supreme Court-
William A. Hocker, 247; Thos. M.
Shackleford, 206; E. Bly, 112; Fred
W. Marsh, 104.
For State Senator-F. M. Hudson,
267; Adhemar Brady, 79.
For Member House of Representa-
tives-R. B. Stewart, 291.
For Railroad Commissioner-Royal
C. Donn, 288; S. W. Rowley, 96; J.
Clark Beach, 38.
For County Judge-B. R. Wilson.


339.
For Clerk Circuit Court-A. A.
Stewart, 356.
For Sheriff-J. P. Brown, 357.
For Tax Ammsor-W. H. Hall, 371.
For Tax Collector-Philip H.
Wright, 330.
For County Treasurer-R. F.
Hatch, 336.
For County Surveyor-J. 0. Fries,
313.
For County Superintendent Public
Instruction-John R. Walker 313.
For Board County Commissioners
-District No. 1, J. M. Osban, 292;
district No. 2, J. R. Miot, 308; dis-
trict No. 3, R. A. Conkling, 297; dis-
trict No. 4, Wm. A. Heaton, 280; dis-
trict No. 5, T. J. Cockshutt, 287.
For Member Board Public Instruc-
tion-District No. 1, A. J. Carter,
282; District No. 2, Geo. S. Single-
ton, 257; District No. 3, E. B. Arnold,
283.
For Justices of Peace-District
No. 1, L. K. Myers. 27; district .No.
2. B. R. Wilson, 95: district No. 3,
W. H. Cresson, 16; district No. 4,
J. M. Sanders, 45; district No. 5,
W. R. Roesch. 36; district No. 6, Ilir-
am Platt, 1;: C. T. McBride 8; S. C.
McFarlin 2; district No. 7. E. Svedel-
ius., ; district No. 9. G. F. Ensey, 10;
district No. 14). E. V. Hall, 1: district
No.. 11. J. E. Reed. 24: district No.
12. C. H. Naunian. 12: ,li. strict No. 1:,
W. C. Pe.terson. (1l.
For Constables---District No. 1.
P. H. Roberts, 0); di.trit No. 2.
J. N. Waller. 90; district No. 3. C. R.
Tarter, 17: district No. I, J. C. Gi-
bert. 41; district No. 5. N. E. Kin-
neard. 32; district No. 6, Leon Ad-
ams. 21; district No. 9. C. D. Stew-
art, 12; district No. 10. Jas. Tuttle.
9; district No. 11. J. R. Field. 25: dis-
trict No. 12, B. W. Watton. 10; dis-
trict No. 13, F. M. Wilson, 7.
Constitutional Amendment Article
V Section 9-Yes. 69; No, 56.
Constitutional Amendment Article
XII Section 16-Yes, 85; No, 44.
Constitutional Amendment Article
V Section 35-Yes, 70; No, 40.

Oolds and Oroup in Children


'ON iUtde grl is I l ct to colds. say
Mis W H. Seri. No. 41 Fifth St., Wheel. -
in& W. Va. "IAst writer &be had a severs
aMd a terrible ceh.e but I cared her
m.bon _Me. without
mU ath .dk A.&.. L.- a


8at ssdah toa vaM mL
ige ias sptos.ef. Se e ,I
pemisgeasi abe and there ft is lUke
to be vas In practial polities It is
t probabe that the vote fur the na-

eureat esmttmt ee so called social
qustlom say more than the vote for
the aatlesi Prohbiton ticket repr-
seNts the aides' ideals o the tem-
peaM q--st-im. Both of these parties
make thMr appeal as reformer. But
the older parties a m ehampls, those
rfDme they deem most urgent
In that forefl play, "Tim Servant
of the House," when the character
who represents the "downtrodden"
worklnmana is asked to name the
creed which has supplanted in his
heart the old orthodoxy be answers,
"Soetalism." In the end "he aftds
many of the orthodox fold agreel g
with him, but they don't go over to
his flag. They start in to reform
orthodoxy. The scene of this drmnt**o
object lesson is snMian4. where It is
thought that the rise of the tide of so-
clalism has been alarming. Already
there the party In power has thrown
up a breakwater In measures of relief
for the tolling millions. Observers
think that the hith water mark of
English socialism is in aight and alarm
needless. Both Germany and France
hare passed through the same ordeal.
and in so far as votes tell the story
socialistic opinion in those countries
is stationary, If not receding. The
rabid Socialist. and therefore the most
dangerous, does not vote. for vot-
Inl is a function of government, and
be doesn't believe in government The
more the ocialists vote for their par-
ticular tenets the greater the probabil-
Ity that they will soon Join forces with
that one of the larger parties which
most favors their reforms, and these
reforms will have to be practicable in
order to win a majority of the snf-
frages of the nation.


For a United South Africa


Through |atleuce and diplomacy the
Dutch of South Africa may get back
what they lost in fighting a few years
ago. The aim of these people, which
led to the clash with England in ISM9,
w:i' n-jt no much rule in South Africa
as to be allowed to develop civiliza-
tion in their own way.
A scheme for a closer union of the
four self governing colonies has been
under consideration for some time.
Representatives of the four-namely,
Natal. Orange River Colony, Cape
Colony and the Transvaal-met in con-
vention In October to take initial steps
looking to either uniflcatkou as one
commonwealth or a federation. Senti-
ment among the Dutch in the three
last named colonies has been enthusi-
astic for unification. In Natal. where
the English are in the majority, the
preference is for federation merely.
There will be difficulties In the way
of harmony under any scheme which
will unite the suffrages of the four
colonies. Natives of color are now al-


ve. to Nata sO

In dead earnest sheet
a paruliamsnt, whether thes ss
tkmion were based un- white 3s-
tloi or upon wbhte vee, the D
would be tn the majority and the -ft
tiny of the new matta 1I nn Af-
rica virtually undr their catn.

Better Days For the Anmy
Even the antimlltarist will admit
that if we are to have a standing ar-
my It should be up to date In all re
aspects. A poor army costs as mseh
first and last asa good one. and It is
as wasteful as a poor navy. There are
no "poor coots" fit only for the army
roaming up and down the land today
to recruit from. And It Is well there
are not. The soldiers come from the
people, and their life In the army
should not be radically different from
the life of the people.
It Is said by army oecers and re-
cruilting men that the Increased pay
for enlisted men and Improved rations
have raised the standards of recruits
the last few months. The ranks are
better filled, and many old soldiers
have returned to service. "Coddling"
is not wanted by soldiers, but Just as
a man can't fight well on an empty
stomach nor shoot straight with a gun
all "at sixes and at sevens." so be
cannot he "an ornament to the serv-
iee" as things are today unless his
material wants are as well eared for
as they would be In civil life.

Extradition and Crime
When the case of the Russian refu-
gee, Jan Pouren. is finally determined
it will be likely to stand as a prece-
dent for the United States oIn future
cases. Russia claimed to ask In good
faith under an existing treaty for the
extradition of a man charged with
four crimes, one being murder. Pou-
ren's friends in Lst that the killing
was committed as part of a political
movement In which he was involved


,.
.,


oo--easMAM TsOS e SALS.
Hon. Thos. Cale, who was elected to
Congress from Alaska, is well known on
the Pacific slop, where he has reailed.
His Washingtoa address is 1312 th Mt..
N. W., Washlagtoa, D. C.
WasMh.g- A C.
rfum Dfg CS, CeMSi, OW.&
Oatdem Ian chw mrully m -
mMd Porw as- a vey g A
Themes Ca.
Hon. C. Siemp, COogressman from
Virginia, writes: "I haveused your val-
nuable remedy, Peruna, with beamficlal
results, and ca aunhesitatingly recom-
mend your remedy as an invigorating
ionic and a efeciUve and permaneas
lure for eatarrh."
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.
Judging from the revelations at the
SNorse trial in New York. the pruo
perity feature of the "prosperity pank-"
we've heard about was prosperity for


at the time. rascals.
If the Russian should be surrender-
ed for trial for one of the lighter of- Teaching "farming by mall" wil'
senses and the trial should take on the work all right up to the point of e*-
color of political persecution this coun- plaining the boualnes and of oloa aset
try would have the right to protest and ed Potatoes.
An extradited prisoner should not be toold
tried for an offense other than that
Beuredcrrewiltot you can you will octilso,
for wl.ich lie was surrendered without ally take cold. and wh you d. et a
his consent. If thls rule Is applied in ciue of known reliability. one that has an
the P,,uren case the United States will ectabli ke retati tht i n h crtine toaiuhati,
be committed to it as fundamental in berlaiu's Cough Remedy It hbas aiunld a
treaty lhliigatlois. England establish- world wide reputation by its remarkablecure.
,of this meot oaimon ailment. aol in alway.
ed It in 1870. and other nations have he depended upon. It actsimu aature's plau
gradually yielded the point. relieves the lung, side expectursting. oporm.
the secretions and aids nature in resorin the
Farmners. mechanicsra ilroader, laborerm system to a healthy cou, litio. l)uring lbh
rely on Dr. Thon' Electric Oil. Take ther manly years in which it has bweu in ge'n'ra.
rel ong t. f cuts. hburmetri bi. atk tohbe use we have yet to Iearu of a single ca -#,
Pasting cannot of cuts. burets or bruised. at one. cold or attack l the grip having rulted lsn
Pain (2Isnot stay where it is. used. posnaneonia whe, thi's rensedly was. u '.I hi,)
shows cunclusiively that it is a certain rre veij
4A I 'LM LC13 ZA-I tive. .f that laungerus Ilio.eea. (.'lhatn r
son te I KeiW Y l ANiM "on lain's tough h Itemesly cusatai1%'f nuo 'piasm o ,
fgastus other naroutic and usay be giiven amio.ntlniit
of ,Lly to a baby as toI an ault. For ast t,% T'r,
7Sf tusville Pharmacy.


The Strongest Fence
Science proves that the strongest fence, because
constructed throughout on scientific lines, is the



ELLWOOD FENC
SIMPLE-SCIENTIFIC-STRONC
I. .- s The Rason
S f I I '.t-FFach hrrizn';t: el'.-n.. n
s,, SOINCI WOOD: .. t-C'l h ,if.

S 42? INC1

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1 .. ,. AbIt-mot cIina..
26 NCu I,-e *ken tbo tren l
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a withoutt breakdg. it is sj uni
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Heavy steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, i-s't ?M
No chance for weakness in any part: uniformly strong. The reasons for the superiority of 5LLWeaOOO Ft
are not hard to find. This company owns and operates its own iron mines and furnaces; its owa wire m"le
and aLx large feace factoorie-enr e of the sax being larger than any other leace factory to the word.
Then facts should be convincing. ..


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T lak e elIofpa t a w xmara
te M 1W t mbtl- te arlya .i
tat l O emre app>olved n.
' ymdb thea d to lward A. Morga
H 4 L.F lu
Tax ,t t 's report potanesd
odiei Lt the year 1906 derisa


1'to 4 lhotU'oreporto ll tauM
soeete dar in the month of Oco-
ebr, 36B, for the year l907, amouat-
giB~to wreeoived.
Tizs eslstor's report at Hof lmees
StoeBted durie the month of Oct.
6, amosntlb to t4. 00 for the
sofate d m 0 tfor the county, was


t red voterset ofd county, Flor-
ida, paletfi r alosl optioneled-
tion to de whether the ale of
Sqlie wl-e wr her dEall be pro-
hibited Inaid county was received
and the me was compared with the
r Imtrstion books of aid county and
It appearia that more than one
fourth o the registered voters have
dMi aid petition s required by
lw, itistordenr that the same be
g a d alad that maid election be
hrald obthe wnd day of December,
i9l, and that the clerk of this board
is hereby Instructed to publish notice
tof aid election as required by law.
The advertising of notice of local
option election is hereby given to
The Florida Star, the Cocoa and
Rockledge News, the Eau Gallie Rec-
ord and the Melbourne Times.
Inspectors andti clerks of said elec-
tion were appointed.
Complaint from A. J. Higginboth-
am relative to obstruction of public
road from Mimns t' Sixunile creek was
4 received and the clerk of this board
is instructed to notify the Titusville
Lumber Co. to remove such obstruc-


tion.
Report of T. J. Cockshutt receiv-
ed, that he had collected $115.75 for
hire of the county mules in road dis-
trict No. 5, he also filed a treasurer's
receipt showing that this amount had
been turned over to the county treas-
urer.
Report of J. M. Osban received
that he had collected $40.50 for hire
of county mules in road district No.
1., also filed his receipt showing that
he had paid this amount over to the
county treaMurer.
The order pamed by the board at a
former meeting discontinuing the
ale of produce raised at the county
home is hereby rescinded and the
present superintendent of such coun-
ty home is hereby instructed to sell
ash produce from the county home
that can be raised without hiring ad-
ditional labor for the growing of
as&h produce
The nd Jury in their present-
y Bmet at the u term of circuit court
. vi recommended h-I the board of

S r M ufthe jaildor of


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soft a semme.....--. me

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J. P. ca ". eo
Ji s. TP. B1r .- Is..
.L mK, I lSso
L T. lMd " "' e
L A. Smmei, il20

J. W. GBs ""IS 130
s Wlmw .' 120e0
JP. mw. jamso, r................------------- *s
J.P. .ew earem ofetarthemsegsmand O0
Tituilo Eletrie Light O., light..--- 11 00
Joba Houry, web. l. ex. ticket, se. 1410
K C.L.&Sep.a .nwballot bme. 600
J. P. Bmwt, dilverg ballet bea ..s - M
P. J. Hal, me tr fontraetfor jail-.. 1,00 00
Job Hsmry., writing con mect ad
qwse.rJaU ... 500
Gonasm&Jeblm,aniroLa okessete. 5s
JLu Pr ehud a sea, iess. for oemst
JHm Aa Jrul........... 2tm
Ju=a K1Ne. m re. ji ail -----------715"
W. L. Sm. mds. for jail---........
V. b. ammaBms m=ss. hirJai--------S
.L J. Dmmmmlpm ee. m------........ 400
L W. DM, *mek at oMt bie--y -.. 100
SL L nD &A si .. md.. e. hmm-.. -11
Ji. PritsmdAsm. tsa -e. home- 215
0. F. Dmaem, mas er monw hem---... 80
JallusKlAe, mides. fore. hM..----. is
SC. Am ena, pre~ag tIeket-----.... 00
wTher FllldOr, prig. ntiagpomilte 4 00
The lnil StMar, pub. moeonamm d Ia 1uS50
The Floids Star, prtg. bk. for leork 7 0
SWUi ballif for gad Jury--..... --- on00
J. P. Bew, wa itig a eimrait eart 1000
J. P. Bews, smmming witremms--.- t510
J.P. Bow -mmin Jeries..-----...
A. A.Stewart seamsw -tilanaem *0
A. A. StowaMt receding dead.--------
F. N. Tylber, tmnd oavelops for
ame smmandems 4aS
.A. A.Stewartmaskng bed.fortr. *00
J. L. MNel, dep sheriff atcamp-

smed a -------------------------- l 00
meeting ........................... 500
Vas T. Worley, deputy sheiffat camp.
mu "----....-. soo
Cm A. Gaener, m de. forget. house. 485
Pe &sltewar wire for ferry------ ---6 45
ML tke ferryman--------------500
L C. Advocate, pub.lieelist...... ------2500


WPWC ROAD FUND DIST NO. 3.
A. eems, reed work-..............
L. Akia tm ter --.-----------.......
W. Brothe, ead work ...........
& Jacob, read work -...--...--......
N. E. Knniard. team hire, overseer-...
W. M. Allen, teanter---..........-...
W. P. Vaughn. road work- .......-------.....
Albert Fullwood, road work---------
harles Consluck. ..-. .-.
Geo. Ruby, .-........
E. B. Arnold, towing barge...........
W. P. Arnold, road work .............
Dalts Lanier. read work ------------
odes Bras.. ........ ....
J. N. Waller, freight on sewer pipe... -
E. R. Hodges. hauling rtn-k .--.
E. C. L. A Supply Co., lumber ........
James oanover, road work -...........
Lats Jorgenaen. feed for mules, etc....
ROAD FrND DIST. NO. 4.
Abney Abmey. feed for mules -....
(. Stahl, lumber-----------.-----.. --


58PCIAL ROAD VUND DIST. NO. 4.
Will Bine. teamster-------------.................
ROAD FUND DIST. NO. 5.
Jan. Pritchard & Soun, tools. etc..---...-
SPEC. ROAD F'ND DIS)T. NO. 5.
Bob Prevatt. road work .... ----....----
Henry Carlile, road work ..
John Adkinmon, roadwork -----------
Tom Carlile. read work ---..........
Green Bro., feed for mules- ---- .
L. D. Melaer. marl for roads ...... _-
UAME WARDKN FtIND.
J. P. Brown, game warden...... -..
rINK AND oaLRFiTIURE FVND.
B. R. Wilson, cost in co. j's .........
J. P. Brown. conveying prisoner to
Fort Pierce jail ------------------
J. P. Brown, feed of prisoners .....
D. D. Carton, feed of prisoners ...-..


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2400
3450
10400
38640
600
1875
975
1165
3570
150
1275
200
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1913
600
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The board adjourned to meet the
first Monday in next month at 2 p. m.
ladigetion
This trouble usually arises from a disorder-
ed liver. If you will arouse the liver to
throw of the effete accunulataons through
the prper ehannels you will moen feel better,
yer appetite improve, the whole man will be
mem wide-wake sad healthy. For this par-
ipeMa JSpbs ULiver uiater isa fae


cashs tm s lHft
MM8ma.
Attest Ceal n mma e.
HAMr WUAw,


Among th. aMt orders of the 1 ew
Ca o Bular w as eam for N Iv
automtac pianos. ProMbly getting
In shape to die as the swan dits tf tf
woat should happeL

The city fireman my run Into the
most danger, but the country fireman
usually has the longest run coming
to him.

RUCI6 TM SOT

It Caa Be Daon, o soorea of Titu-
ville OMtias Say


To cure an aching back,
The pains of rheumatism,
The tired out feelings,
You must reach the spot-get at
the cause.
In most cases 'tis the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid-
nevs.
Mrs. Alex Lowery, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "Mr. Lowery suf-
fered so intensely from a lameness in
his back that at times he could hardly
get around. He was also subject to
rheumatism in his arms and should-
era, and often this would be so se-
vere that he could not out on his coat
without assistance. He was finally
advised to try Doan'sKidney Pills, af-
ter he had used plasters and liniments
but did not obtain the desired relief.
This remedy went at once to the seat
of the trouble, and he says that
Doan's Kidney Pills have helped him
wonderfully. The lamenems left,
the rheumatic twinges in his arms
have diminished, and he feels a great
deal better generally."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other.

Sales Agents Wanted
$36.00 per week or 400 per cent I
profit. All samples, stationery and
art catalogue free. We want one
permanent agent in this locality for
the largest picture and frame house
in America. Experience unneces-
Isary. We instruct you how to sell
our goods and furnish the capital.
If you want a permanent, honorable
and profitable position, write us to-
day for particulars, catalogue and
samples. Frank W. Williams Com-
pany, 1214 W. Taylor St., Chicago,

Feel languid, weak, run-down? Headache?
I Stomach "of' Just a plain case of lay liver.
Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stom-
ach. promotes digestion, purifes the blood.3


NOTICe OFr LOCAL OPTION KLeCTON
Notice is hereby given that a special elee.
tiou will be held in Brevard county on the
22nd day of December. 1908. to decide whether
the sale of intoxicating liquor, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in mid county and the fol-
lowing registered voters are appointed int.
spectos and clerks of said election:
Preiuct No. 1. LtAGrange-W. H. Ballou.
L is ('oleman, o. A. Carlile, insitors; P. L.
Kyzer. clerk.
Precinct No. 2. Titusville--O. A. Stewart.
F. H. Black. A. A. Bethea. inspectors; J. P.
Wilson. elerk.
Precinct No. 3. City Point-B. F. Beal.
W. H. Sharpe. Geo. E. ('heter. inspectors.
E. E. Swinson. clerk.
Precinct No. 4. Kt'kledge-A. I. Moore..
A. W. l:lardee. Fred Fiher, iunspectors; W. G.
Patteron. clerk.
Precinct No. 5. Eau Gallie-P. A. McMillan.
J. R. Mathers. W. H. H. Uleason. inspectors;
S. K. Watt<. clerk.
'rec-inct No. 6. Melbs urue---4'. J. F. Caup
hNil. ('. R O(liu. C. H. Stewart. inapcctors;
Sant Martin. clerk.
Precinct No. 7. Malahbar-eto. W. Wash-
burn. W. P. Arnold, F. M. Forrest, inuIpcturs;
F. A. Drake. clerk.
Precinct No. 8. (irant-J. M. l.erndon. Lars
J,'rieubn. JM*-ph Williamsonu. inspector:
Charles ('hri.tiaunm, clerk.
Precinct No. 9. Banyan-R. B. Stewart.
W. J. Ragan. C. L. Stewart. insiwectors: S. A.
Satenu. clerk.
Precinct No. 10. l(;tmrRiaana--.tJait-s Tuttle.
P. H Witrtield. J. W. Bruner. itispectrts.
K. V. tlil. clerk.
Precinct No. 11. Merritt%-J. D. Saws. A. S.
Humphreys T. S. sandersm inspectors: 1). St.
Ciair Nialpet. clerk.
Precinct No. 12, Haulover-J W. Grirtli
C. H. Naunmau. T. R. t rook. itisluectors: Wan.
Wattwn. clerk.
Precixit No. 13. Canaveral-F. M. Wil-,w,.
H. L. Holmes. J. H. Hogan. inspector: G;,vo.
quartcriana, clerk.
Electors must have the same qualifi-cation.
for votium am in el-ctions under the genera.
laws; and said election will be ht-ld anil con-
ducted in the manner prescribed by law for
holding general elections, except that the re-
turns front the several precincts will he made
to the board of county comminmaoners of Bre-
ward county who will canvas the same and
declare the result and cause the same to be
recorded. Polling places in the several pre-
cincts will be the anme as at the general elec-
tion of Nov. 3 190&.
SThe form ofthe ballot used will be a plaiu
white piece of paper, having written or printat.
I. -j -- an laka' :akk.* -FParaftillm?"'


Jas. Pritchardt

Handle the Finet Un of

Heavy and Shelf Hardware


B"" Our Stock of
Guns and Sporting Goods

is complete at all times


Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties


Quotations for large or small order will
be given personal att-ntion. Mail Orders
solicited and promptly filled

VMXTrMXT IV


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Capital, $1E,m* Suorpls, $M


The First National Bank


.ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.


Estabitehed 186. The SECOND oldest National Bank ina Florida
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florid
and 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
STATES
Country Accounts a Specialty


Write us, call on us, or we will call on you
The Capital of this Bank, $10 1 -ombined with Surplus,
$0.00 and stockholder's liability of $1, means a fund of
$450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
this careful consideration
J. T. Dismukes, President
G. B. T.amn Vice President and Cashier
Reginald White, Assistant Cashier


ROLLIN COLLEGE

Plox-rda'= Oldeost College
College, Academy. and 4ckoolo of Music, ICpreieoe, Faie Arts, D--ese ad nldus-
trial Arts lad es>e-.
Crnal Hal nand third u.*'* dormitory Row golnr up; eletr i Uhtos mtem sa
Mtreaee heat; Ig faculty; perfect health condltioms; ine fyinasluam, a*tlleleSe ld
teeuis eourtsa,,ulf links; base-ball and basket-bell tea* chaMpleme *at lreetkaM M
year. Nearly a quarter million dollars endowment; expesee maodeae; sebelabip
evalahble. Christita, but undeoe.nOlletional; stands for
OkLAraoter Cuxiltvure OCnduAot
Next w*oelon beglas October 7. For eatalogue address the Presldemt
Wm. F. BLACKWANT, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla


TrDT IN FULL
IILLJ5 BEARING
Throughout the (.u!f o.it countr)-were supplied the
planting stage by Glien S.'int Mary Nurseries. These trees I ave
grown well, are hardy and vigorous, yield fine crops and Iave
ha proved true to name. Fine orchards of our trees are eloq tent
-salesmen for us. and it is not -tran4e that our business keeps


growing larger and larger every year.

Glen Saint Mary Jewel Peach
By all means the best commercial kind for the peach-growing sections of
Florida. and excellent for home use. We otTer an unusually tine stock of young
trees, grown on new lind-clay subsoil-on stocks from native peach seed.
These clean and vigorous trees, with thrifty roots, trunks
and tops, are the t ery best to be had,
and have been propagated under our
x.rsonal supervision. Abso-
lutely true to asne.
or February. Order ery. We
have al o --a-plel, slow-o el
other peade mmad ll.
VNei asnd Complete Catale- t
tausipublished. ?ree--ortuer if


TITVSVIq'rX~aLmS3


Feed and Sale Stables

SADDLE HORSES
BUGGIES


SURREYS
ud TURNOUTS
ofallU kinds


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i fetar without


rk


ta dwho knows
|b- ap aidnt knows
r4 WWo for nearly
m dant ot the po-
aewa Pree 8tate
Ow ( s moths' bunt
Price El Zurn.-
et Atica, believes that
a m of President
t tmpt the fevers and
He ays It Is ax-
Snto take a boy of
vel yearm Into the jun-


_vatof the New York
aMi: "How wm press.
Mat in ast Africa?
S aW at Mombasa, put
SMear rIn froleet atof the
odt While passing at
l'5 ie phants or antelope.s
.t'e wU be forced by his
krf l g mature to hunt follow.
et Nmhard. In the only
-p w'ifth al the trouble and
ot*f e great battle.
.W in easlwtate camping at
"tb he damp plains, z among high
M f insemts and mosquitoes,
rI *0 header of the muddy and pee-
t'be fly--Or
/'I tetjMwM"and treacherous for-
to the long walt lying in
*I, the approach of the ele.
phm I heI will have to face the torrid
hea.t V the oieky and naked altitudes
S" l i far the Iot eand the antelope;
t." e hawvo em the puatrid bot-
S the s to watch for the
a with t to last one some
.,.-" -,bt w WSl be compelled to find the
atrength of his youth.
are the general and particu-
b I ft s of a hunting party In Af-
-/eSM, tihout mentioning the miseries
of d tly life-bad water, the rainy
SI. seilsthae 4y pest. the Inflammation
Sf the a eased by perspiration, the
I mt lsep on account of the
b hat 4 ha-bdred other things.
me ab6et, I come to this conclu-
t B whoever suggested or did
at President Roosevelt from
B f Afica bas erreS& Ha is fifty
7eam ;e, aMd at hs age he would en-
es% -agy daagers In Africa more-
y a aS tmvaler. but as a banter he
*W s a the gratest perils of his life.
Sbee the African fever and
0 4 other tropical diseases,
t Resooevelt has another great
4-aMy hMeeastdtatilon, which Is far
perfectt, though the average
mo a belne It is.
e-4'"he Aftrlean sun is death
eal l t highly excitable and full

0 8easen-A man who so quickly
S0pea hi temper as does the president
i". sethet when confronted with the
al.. al b difficulty of the African life
:. toa special form of bilious ftver which
6ecomposea the blood and causes death
In twenty-four hours It is known as
'heumaturique' fever.
"R*ee is the percentage table of
murtalty to central Africa as com-
pled by the African Traveling assocla-
ties of London:


Death. Life.
Twety-thewr to thirty years... M M
TMrty to thirty-ve yars....... e 40
Tirty4ve to forty years ....... 5
Porty to sixty years............. 70 30
Ftity to sixty years.............. 8
UBr tweaty and over sixty... 15 I
"The matallity of Kongo Free State
white employees is 35 per cent In tow-
or KoC a and O0 per cent ia upper
Ksaus, as recogniaed by Commandant
Chat=es Imatlre, the famous Belgian
expdorar isa authority oa all African
quasaim
'Th aJl. the terriwe, the anavold-
ah Ai W 1 the Aftrian fever. Very
for w e people can asay that they
hav vMlted the enter of Arales with-
out having illen Ul with this terrible
dimae.* Among themsands of eplor-
amm sa hateea hardly any have been
spAe ebnu sad the for m ape
i reeeo r Ow an utgvph'amry
a.. -. m


e imaore4 i Meseew that st
u-- arwmuet lutmnds to bave
Sa h expositim in that city.
very ecwOragement would be gives
teMe apla.
Pntellttes 3I Coal Mimes.
An important preliminary to the gov-
ernment investigation of coal mining
with a view to lessening accidents has
been completed In the work recently
eoded by the foreign experts who
were asked to apply their experience
In mining operations abroad to exist-
ung condltlonv in America. The ex-
parts urge the elimination of danger-
ous explosivea by government regula-
tion, and this is the main feature of
their programme for federal action.
S1multepeous firing of all explosives
while the men are out of the mine Is
recoinmended.
The value of three of the recommei-
dations of the experts rests almost en-
tirely, In the hands of owners and op-
erativea. These relate to the safe-
guarding of all explosives while In
storage, In transit and In handling
under conditions of risk. thorough dis-
cipline of all hands employed about
the mines and training schools for all
official@ from superintendent down.
With proportionately four times as
many deaths from mining accidents as
any foreign country, It is evident that
we have something to learn In the way
of safety measures, however high the
skill displayed here In getting out the
coal.
The Army "*Smart Set."
The army man's shooting affair re-
cently up In court gives fresh am-
mnnitlou to those who are disposed
to cast discredit upon garrison life as
being detrimental to morals. Unfor-
tunately this is not the first Instance
of the kind. A couple of years ago an
army divorce case led to unpleasant
revelations. All there Is of It, the
army has Its "smart set," as should be
supposed.
Army officers and "army women"-
as the wives,. sisters and daughters of
officers are sometimes called-are only
mortal. They come from the general
ranks of society. As a rule. they have
more leisure, more need to kill time
and more temptation to do It through
excitement than the average person
of the same social stage. There is
reason to believe that, while the destl-
patlons of some few may be highly
disgraceful, the deportment of the ma-
Jority is highly creditable under the
*.trcmstances.
A Tiny Baby
can't tell you in words what the trouble is,
bat if its complexion gets pasty, if it gets
weaker and weaker, loo flesh and is croesw
and peevish you can be certain that it has
worms. (ive it White's Cream Vermiftue,
guaranteed harmless. Expels the worms and
iats the baby in a healthy normal condition.
hold by Titosville Pharmacy and Banner
Drug tore.

The crew of the Russian cruiser
Rurik while at target practice re-
cently "shot up" their own ship. If
Admiral. Togo is the modest hero we've
been told. he will dock himself one
medal for that revelation.
Of course Hobson's view of Tokyo's
royal welcome of the flet is that the
Japs meant to kill our officers and men
with kindness and then "run In" the
shipsm.
It took the Duke of the Abruzzil and
Katherine so long to fix up the pre-
lindaries that repentance should be
extra leisurely and very Indefinite at


th at.
If the tDuke of the Abruz/i ever tries
to add an ":atffinit to his establish-
ment. he'll IN- likely to steer clear of
the Amerl an .newspnper man's beat.

The clamor for war among Montene-
gro women Indicates that they never
Stacked the suffrage question.

It's a Crime
t neglect your health The worst neglect
that yan can be guilty of is to allow consti.
station. biliousness or any liver or bowel tron.-
ble to amtiuao It is poimonig your entire
vyotem and nay lead toa serious chronic dis-
ams. Take Ballard's Herbine and get abso-
lrtely well. The sure cure for any and all
Stmroble of the stomach, liver and bowels.
| by Thisville Pharmacy and Banner


eanst -s tat ib marse Um

ham of 'isylug agV 1 the Utud
tate as the hem ias ses tab

fie have died or struck for more ra-
toas n se th bllet went to preo.-
Again It may be that 96 yoUngters

have started work ahead of time and
the figures should look a thousand bet-
ter.
The laying bens are valued at $70..
0(,).000. That's an Investment In eggs.
the annual crop of which seems to be
worth about t20",.4,0.000 at ecs=x
have been selling. If the cost of the
keep Is reasonable we should Include
the hen among the national resources
or features of country life worth look-
Ing after by the president's commis-
stoners.
A Sure-enough Knocker
J. C. Goodwin. of Reidsville, N. C.. says:
"Backlen a Arnic Salve is a sure-enough
knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my
leg last summer, but that wonderful ialve
knocked it out in a few rounds. Not even a
war remained." Guarauteed for pile, sores
and burns. etc. 85c, at Banner Drug Store.

Uncle Sam has plenty of "balkln' "
right at home and doesn't need to work
In Europe's continuous dispute as a
side line.
Ceneril Apathy proved to be the
kind of ait soldier who is "missing" at
roll (all when the lnitt'e opens.

Winning "at n walk" doesn't always
prove up the easy job It looks from
the starter's poet.

Advice to the Aged.
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C!G a MIUmb nm, st bn
beaoxm yea @v&*Is, eoi tw e a
n ., the emely maw ee beamu of
aqe s ha umS eumlams each eentbs
e. do pladenVo3es dtf t e ach -aw hs deserIn s h so F 1"
ka et the in Tweuty-four much b6 aSles, aB the Is -e Sttee SO
o Am to ledS. Theme avera ar received by MChiet i appy
'WW Ab eh O ak 0 e1 a the o t Chicago each day. At first thie a!B rr lrda.
a d the eabil pioes sa carrier attempted to dever them, but
NaN mmmmea es he is glad now a wags brings tem.
4011091 11e 1a1 b eIft 1emeYthe dwIl rt Each eireular offers a reward of -$50 CAH 0 Tatera&6a ast ad "
-p- -- fe .t n-,roa. up. i pathperand, f ay ._- . -,,
auS4 400B=4- 110odO Iaa 1.u ftor theo arrest of the oadeserter sa m rw aM wUA u e am*
St Psectina ever the roof form a deacriptim of b i, his relatve ad,- 1 a '
MS wlM ts bl t h& O esIppert a a large she with a dnr ees a a lndaepy ofthe law on ak-
easeias lI m80 oyabOle rot which ean be Ing arrts. Breath B Lackey, who W hat I
i mbi mpeeR the approach at the lylg enlisted ton the seventh cavalry May I W hat Is C A T R
D machint Th in also, Wat n the anhd In alleged tohave deserted atFort C i.s bin IaO e 6Y a dItute St Mh
sa adt. W" bldag Jhe a tool -o and a reNervoir Riley. an. Sept.30 and whose father -,
A VON S -emot gealmuln. lives at ST Cook stree 8prilngfleld. 66 Drops Sed hinlg Syrup. It Is S
$W t" peOce peISeM i A KM M aria has 1at fla itatkais to WU- IlL Is the only ToetoIl man so far. -Wastl am M er Opum. &erphie aw em M
d emomr atios dIretoed br WigSht and antoe-Dumont to tn- Formerly the war deprtmet econ-. me Its age Fs its gwnmtse. Its ds Wag
the bi ofas parta oe I spea the bst tsui t.. of this kild tented itself with mending to the police f a llWys eve nlh It eures Dir as h
lb in i printed the guS eve ilt a list of the names and home ad- come. It relieves Teething Trb6sabe ares Cr f-
he1i 4 she was steppg I en vi dresses of deserters. a Platulensy. It aeld o the Fed, ra a A
SW ap ogt a kiLrt After spending nearly $500.000 ton "Pay Within" Street Cars. ma a Bowels, givig healthy
a1: r et at ba maa arol-as her t phylioxera the Swis govern Philadelphia's Rapid Transit de- com f
Is in tCol- meath vo an annual appropria- y has put in operation fity "pay
wht a" 61at "e the ties of M10,00, to extend over a p. within" car, which it is contended numC A S T O R IA LWAY
-.M= w,.Y4@Vn Paor Wo1e1" dld of uxty years. for the purpose of are an Improvement on the "pay as
plact the old vines with the ErMS you enter sty le. Both the front and
I M w it eid oMe a steward that rosb American vines. rear platforms are closed when the
a. the eTla e ULade- cars are moving, the doors being open-
low os doesument remain- Sum.e. Cle so ed only when the cars come to a full
1 e p til he wasM o1ble dto The meanhesba oft the woods and plaints stop at crossings. These doors are op.
STOTe Ship. The steward conaded When summer ears Its close; the rated pneumatically with a lever
o her th t e was eotirely In sympa- drowsy, lam. th which the conductor handles. When
*w twi> mfSr-gettes. Unfathepme sadness of the mists t. B. tRE CO a
1 t smL sadness of th sts the doors close the car steps told up.
u* let the vaPey after nasht lon rains; making it possible for any one to -a
N FAVOR OF CORSETS Te t um"" r th i, t wny board the ear after It ha started. w a ,
Of n-, blad m ri Aed. t When the care come to a stop the
Sear mehe if W.ee. Cam 8anj brim. doors are opened a the ste pe r Over Year
e"" It Andr thes at eve the low moon's quiet nto place gutomatieally. There are
L landre e whose plan to And the slow sunset. whose one clou re- exits at each end, but entrance is only _e oamm ya m w _mi a n_ w o
t iaa race by applying ~ ma, at the rear of the car.
IR w tl tao tme with pe ace that s an to toea
o d O uttollrble e t that Moe in Navel Streiet Car Regulation.
aglinag ot children has attracted dream
m atisait r y ommandd MI tees sweater than It knows or An order that is expected to ellm-

" 81 C a ost n -s address be- te inate disputes between passengers and
A the membus of thn ane Womes be- T ets- &S bers with other ey and conductors on the surface lines of the
M "q Clb at Ie" Ajgele C(l., ohe de- A s walks with memory beside a stream Brooklyn Rapid Transit over the do-
elaed that .e a"s wee go that flows throusb fields of tadeles nomination of the coin or bill tendered
the maNse that the torso muscles. have ta t xecla ws for fare has been posted by the com-
beeS tehat thr ectaudes threegh tbla dleot Caw.. n MeChuWs Macse, pany In all its care and waiting rooms.
the gesiems apprtt of the crset un- It is addressed to tihe conductors and
ta .we eoaw gem i* tomar ouo AFRICAN HUNTING LICENSE. requires that they "an nce a
st s withlaet Us help., saurln M by BALL and
"ta the tIe at Quese Eabeth, President Reeevelt May Kill AA Lions passengers the denomndastion of the
yes flw, womee wor steel corsets and Leepards He Wishes. coins or the bills tendered for fare."
tf& beul Ia the frt and back." President Roosevelt not having sig- A BrOken eck S po ftg G
sain Dr. Ilandre. "They w InaStrU- alfd his aIntention of asking special Tht pin in your back cud b lumbgo S
mets a teore. P rom then has privileges for his bunting trip In Brit- stiffmuscles or strain seytngtoge WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
evolved the eomljertable oent of this 11k East Africa through diplomatic rid of. Ballard's Snow Liniment cures rhen-

The speaker mel that the body was take out an ordinary 0fty pound license and a che and paius. You need a bottle inHB
composed S chemical Raids at the from the colonusl oeae, says a London your bouas. Sold by Titusrville Pharmacy
amity t .. s..... A r, hatred cable dispatch. Even this. however, and Banner Drug Store. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
sad serew pokes the flis of te I bes not yet been applied for, although
f. O. b. Jacksonville as charged by Spaulding on ship-
happlas serve as e/w*.atel of the censes several months in advance. Notice is hereby given that, under and by ments from New York. Save the freight
agive M s. poieos. Under them each hunter is limited virtue of executions received by me simulta-
'hager and hatre will poison testr to sixty anmals, except In the cases for Brvard county Florid as o t Send for Catalogue
two Muids o the woman's body," said of lions, leopards and crocodiles, of Walker and H. B. Mace. partners trading un- ,
RSa e. "Pleasure stimulate. which be may shoot as many as he der the frm names and style of John 3. Wal- )% Jj
Stt i why when tired, especially wishes. As set forth in the new & Co., and the Wlker Hardware Co., in
when young, an evening of danclug ceases, the president may kill "two the several suits, viz:
and masie will remove all signs of elephants, two rhinoceri, ten hlppo- Mcllwaine, Knight & Co.; Ernest L Rhodes
gattg ." potaml, twenty-one antelopes, two but- tO.;C;ehwsb lothingM Co.;rter & ChurcH
talone, two earth hogs, two earth ('laThin Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead & eolor LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October lst, 1966
WOO LUCK IN MOOSE HUNT. wove*, ten chevrotains, two monkeys, Co.; Anu stuWright Co.;C. & E. 8. Gold. Ma .W, 3Io. M N LN W We m
two marabou storks, two ostriches, h@rr; rank & Co; Atkins. McKelden & D I MAIN DAILYI L ILY
Openosan Shot All His Liebse Would two algrets and one chlimpanze." Gi- TBe Roenfeld C o. and Bridceford & Co.: --.... ......


Permit in First Hour. rrea, wuil cases, secretary birds and have levied upon and will ael at public suo- S 10 pU 9 90 am LLv ...... Jactslonvllo ..........A p. m- -
Sinr Hour........ C on ll.. ..on 10 ...... .............. A. a
W. Redmond Cro of New york bas a number of other species are forbid- tion to the highest and best bidder for cash, n I am ......Ma alai a ......... ..L. pm a
received felicitations on the result of den to any hunter not endowed with during thelegal hoursof sale. on Monday, 11 m 1 pm L........................ ( .rmon ............................... pm 444am
eeled e elktab on o in pthe seventh day of December. A. D.. 1908, at 9 16 m 1 36 pm Lv................ ay..... lytona ...................... Lv 3 07 pm 4m
S remarkable shooting trip In Canada s l prileges the coirthoose door of Brevard county, the 10 10 am 2 20 pm L................. Nm............ yrn..................... L 2 30 pm 8
frotm which he recently returned. Mr. President Roosevelt will be required following real estate of said defendants situ m 8 2 pm Lv .............. ......... Titu-vie............... Lv 14 pm 1am
went to the CanadI' woods pr. to set forth in his own handwriting the ated iu Titusville. Brevard county, Florida. 100 n't 4 12 pm Lv ........... Rockel................... L1232 pm 1 am
m went t t t w P t 8 towit: 11 06 a n 4 a pm .Lv .. .. ................ (lte..........................I. 14 am
Sto tay three weeksat leant. He animals he Iend to k ot one and twoo 2 of Hutchinsuon's 12 4 am S 00 pnm L............... ......... lbsrne ....................... 1. 1 m 1 0am
got him hunter's license, uner which the locality where he will hunt. Be- sublmivision of land described in Deed Book 2 am 7 00 pm Lv ......................... ierre.....................v a 1
e was empowered to kill one moose fore leaving Africa he will be required ".. pare 212. Bnvan county. Florida Rev. 600a m 9 o4 pm Ar ............. ... t Palm erh ..... .... .. 904
He thought e would spend at s to declare what an als and ow many orl bein a partof bhk 1) of LeBaro's am 10 46 pm Lv ......... Ft. Lauderdale ............. ......... m 1
nrel, of TitusJille. Florida. as tiled in the tie am 7 o m ....... ... .. am ......... .....A m 8 00 iS
three weeks looking for that mo clerk oice of Brevrd county. lorida. 00 am 0 am Ar ............. .... Hmuet1 ........ ................. 10 pm
and he had a guide and an elaborate One of the organizers of the t rip. nn aid t3utloivisiuo recorded in DLetl Book "M." t pm ............ Ar.............. nights Key Dock.............. Lv ...............io0
n ofit with which to e the American Interested in the devrlop- on pay 59. Brevar!d Iouity RNeiords. and__
reflb camp life. meant of Nairobi. said recently that hp all m he mnts ildingfxt outhurielg' atd attch- *Dally except Sunday. tunday- ard W'eir.e-ay- only. :T..-sys and Frida cl."
The first morning in camp he arose did not believe the president would ask Said real estate will be sold subject to the PALATKA BRANCH
at 8 o'clock, and before 9 o'clock of the for diplomatic privileges. but he had balance due on a mortgage held o said prop- -
me ning he had shot and killed an dea that a unique special line ey by Geo. M. Robbins; which imlane is Leave East I:AT 'AL.ATA T') Arrive Leave PALATKA 10 EAST ArriveEsst
fa e mor g e hot ifteen hundred ($1 .,N) dollars and tarnied Palatka PALATKA. Palatka lalhtia PALATKA Palatka
the largest moose killed in that section would be presented to hhu.' interest at seven 7ti per cent from May 15.
Of Canada ti many moons. The ant- "The president will be dellhted." V t. The said mortgage is recorded in Mort- 5 o0 sm ..... No. 46 Daily. b S0 am S .5 am .......o 47 Dly ......... m
Smeared five feIt thre Inches said this man. "when he hears that he age Book "M.' on page It. and the assiin- 6 5 am ;..... .o. 4 Dt.y .... 6 45 am a mn ........n. o 4 ady......... 8 20 am
canl shoot any kind of game he wants ment thereof to ceo. M. Robbins is recorded 9l 26 m ..... No. so Dp.;v 9 4: ai t in I m ......NI. bE ba ....... 4* asm
from tip to tp of the atler. ok o. Aignments of Mortgages, Itl o am .. o..2 In to I., 1',: ;. u .I I ...... o. b .:.. 1 p
SBorrowflly Mr. Cross turned bis literally from the car windows. I ou page 31. 4 05 pm \... 1 in ..... : ...... 4 o p
stps back to New York, having killed have seen droves of buffaloes and doz- I will also Asll the following real estate f p n M . ,.... '. .;. J p .. l, ml.:. 77 0
en of o and tigers wandering the dofodantz. in Titusville. Florida. at the
the only moose be bad a legal right to ens of llos and tigers wandering the tme and plac towitusille, Florida at the
aanoehunt. the wa ct:ds while the railway in Nalrobi time and place. towit: .. .. ..
Sand having a great deal of the wle the ralwy n Nairobi beginning at the northeast corer of block SAN MATIL BRANCH
la time left on hs bands. He now was being built They would rush up *K." in the town of Ttusville. Florida, from ..n
th to t l, and to the very rails to see what was going thence run west along the north boundary f c vae E-t fEAST i..VrKA r: %'vt: !iat. 'a .-n AN M o' T AT AriveF
ahe d that he would rather not have on and then would take to their heels, said block a distance ot 90.03 feet to the Palatka -A.N .NI -II i.b o Ai'A.ATIA Pa1U. |
e ad that be would rather not have northwest coir of lot two (2) of ? d bhlwk:
all hbi good luck come during the first "Now they are getting very timid. thence run south along the west line of said 41 0 am \. ... n:rs am '* CO in ........ N. y .... an
or but I think President Roosevelt will lot 2 a distance of 54 feet; theuce run east 3 15 pmc ...... :.: i'at.y .. .a .. pm ..... . I..y ... 4 '. p.:
have every bit of sport he expects." parallel with the north line of said lot 2 a ____.
distance of 99.03 feet to Hopkins street: No. 21 .,. p 'o. 17 MAI PORt l BRANCH N.
Sft that though ra wathence run north along Hopkins street a dia- n. only l,.ily I'flyt Ay only
p de, it wouldn't do ay good ow to Gt Strong tanceof 54 feet to the place of beginning. he ..
e, ing the north54feetof lot two (2) of hbloKk 00 pm P 10 pm 9 si .. ...k or''le ..... r 7 4 a 1220 pm i pm
tO leth payjnaster. P.. J. Daly. 447 W. Congrel St. Chicago, "K." according to Le.aron's map of Titus- ; 40 pi :..>. '.j 9u a&I. .l .: _* -" ....... L... I. 7 Lant it11 0 a 4 0 pm
tellsof away tobecome strong. He says; ville on record in the office of the clerk of the 4 ,i 1 1 i .., i; n m i .... ... .. [-- ...... l.v 7 fo a:. 1 4"5 tm 445pm
Per the worst night rdltg menace "My mother, who is old and was very feeble, circuit court for Brevard county. Florida. u pn 7 im n ** -i .:.......:t .... L- 6 4:, .r. : :-s an 4 0 pn.
Sh deriving so much benefit from Electric Bit- Said real estate will be offered in separate
ot all we my sl look to the speed, that I feel it's my duty to tell those who parcels in the order above described. .. a Day I ..* SN*9 D.ell-
B4 *^ lwas."* need a tonic sad strengthening medicine I will also during the legal hours of sale, a M y e aeAUd. Orstge Cisy Braucb .U. U.s.ha S.. .i .- e, rM 4,
shout it. In my mother's cam a marked gin on the said 7th day of December. 190. offer -
Th rhe hat Surb has reslted. insomnia has been over- for sale to the highest and best bidder for 40 pm 900 aIm !.. x.,v mvr A. I 50 pm I6 45 pm! 6 00 am L..Ttltlle..Ar. 12 pm
T lr hat Wy "dd come aud she is steadily growingstruoger." mah at the storeof John R Walker At'o..on pm 11 (ean. .. i...... us pmi 615 pm v- am Aru..S6nord .L.. 0 0 as:
at ha get r* Eleltre Bitten quickly remedy stomach, Washington avenue, in Titusville. Florida. I1 pm t1 am i-...L o C.t...L 12 pm 4 i pm ..............
liver ad kidney complaints. Sold under the following personal property in said store, 0 pm 11 45 am ,r-.-.. cy 12 0 pm 4 00 pm ............. ........... .............
Sasmanee ast Daner Drug Store. c. towit The whole of the stock of goods of the
M d d efendants, except the perishable por- CONNTIONS MADM AT KITS iKY DOCK FOl KEY WmST AND HAVANA.
A imom ti.on of said ock heretofore disposed of un- a- a -- .-...=
Ses. m a a m w fZt a. der a pedal order of the court Said Iodi r.T wma amss .a w r t m. w e.i...- m .i.t.? be** e..e .p. e. to
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baek to the foundry In Ohio. t Co hs at t shake theEN R L4N
-wh abnost a quarter of a century whole bod. Yoaneed a regu-
I ti bell hias et it. mI mes rolling 1r amediiese, doctor's medi-
sr a m the waters. So far as we can clae, for such a cough. Ask LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK LON T
:Ef- i-eleaupr It was the first bell on Indian your doctor about A ye r's FS change bought sa dold on all foreign co--stries. P MW
river and the first Sabbath that it Cherry Pectoeral. p prompt service, pote treatment, ad
___ rang out its song many on the west w U e wvor consistent with conservative bgra
1e- d M de e ame. down onto the docks to D * *sa 0s* ORRESPONDENT-Eimpire Trust Company, t4 Brod way, New York y h At
Shk the iBltnR once more to the sound of a r W m lani atio BankofJacksoile, Jacksouville. Florida.
church bell and some of the oldest ies"e TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
aesbepted a settlers about here used to come Any M doctor will tell ou that a medi.
IV Nke. John- down to thp river regularly Sunday cine ike Ayer's Cherry ectoral cannot
lhme with the afterSunday tohearitring. It call do its best wrk if the bowels cone. L. BRADY&BRO,
owrsipontherinb.stipated. Ask your doctor If be knows
i ed to worship on the Sabbath, it anything better than Ayer's Pills for cor. *
l"ft lak Allen have rang out the glad tidings'at Christ- recting t is sluggishness of the liver. Groceries, all Food Product.
1kmbildig just mm and has welcomed in many hap- "u" e. C. -Ays m n- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertllers. We deal ezeuively
H Ill Mr. Allen has py new years. It joyously rang out inthe sbove lines of good. and solicit the trade of all conMmen. Write uo for prml
Sphtgraph outfit of for the many happy weddings in our Anti-Saloon League Meeting Grain and all Groceries. delivered at your station. E. L BRADY A BRO..TfrCsvnU la.LA.
l 11 ii n1 11 ll111A meeting will be held in the town wdn -- our
a will engage alto- little brown churif, and mourned as A meeting will be held in the town ...
Umpietwer business soon. it tolled the knell of those sturdyhall at p.m., to elect oers for R IV ER C O M PA NY
ie.thf weirth, pastorof brave and upright pioneers, who first Brevaid County Anti-Saloon league
made a way into the wilderness and for the coming year and to discuss De inGRO RI
w frm Lotus laid the foundation of our prosper- the proper means for the campaign AND FO CI
abm Wewayfrom iess ous little village. Now theysleep in against the sale of whiskey in the - at Competitive Prices-- -
SItwillbenoticed peace in the shadow of the pines, itts Island can come on the steamer GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GBKA8B, UTO.
are moe letters in these and old times are rapidly passing Mystic, and will have time to attend ALLENHURST F A (HAmLoR
tanown mlettersin thew away. We are sorry to say goodbye the meeting. The ladies are partic- ALLEN U RST CU
tais contained i the to the old bell. Friends, far and ularly invited to be present and we POS~ iurvICE ADDRESS-TITUSVILLE
br e sid i tir cti urge everyone who is interested in .
near, are sending in their contribu- this matter to be present.
a-TmphEloquen t Lecture tions for a new" bell. May it rinT G.W. Holmes, Pres.; J. B. Hawk,
Et'a* l d for a free drinks in out a message of peace and prosperi- Treas.; G. F. Paddison, Sec., Bre- T IT U SV I LLE IC E C O .
he ut was granted, ty tothe coming generations on our vard County Anti-Saloon League.
Sto et of drinking the beautiful verFor Sale Cheap For Cash Pure Ice lu actred from Distilled ter
s beverage, oneof the young DeWitt' Kidney and Bladder Pills are un. About 88 acres of good high land on V
SMHlt exclaimed: "Stopo *..I** in *of weak back. backche. i.- theeastor ocean side of the lndian river JOhn L. Van De Veer, W. H. Ford, Propretors
p ~ i I i ou of the bladder, rheumatic pains, at the Narrows, described as follows:
* *M .e e a yse. It is a poor liq- ll uriary disorders. They ae antisep Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No.3, see- PROIPT DILIJVEIS TO1 ALL P1ITS
loan0a. manistongue. tic sand act promptly. .Every case of kidney tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
or bladder trouble soud be streed to at east. This landW unimproved but fine-- -
t api s ioswallowedd the omad tse in the erhematic located. For furthculars ad- D. H_. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL. LIrCd PI
46* sa wthe rich liquor coursed pai. ro d e etc., me wrnio
d l his blood he straightened G.t DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Bes.- Brockton, Mass.
b a N tup and stood before them ular size se0. Sold y Banner Drug stom Weekly Weather Ieoper.
withagreesand dignity that all his Don'tthinkthatpiles can't be cured. Thou.
t coud dnoty ob scurl. sands of obstinate cases have been cured by TITUsyILLM, FLA., Nov. I1. 1908.
.p. amd dirt could not obscure. Dou~'s Ointment.0 ceuts at anuy drugstore. Statement of t mperawurs and rainfall for
**I m*i h," he said, "I look to- the week edig Wedneday. Tituville Florida
& a t youa d m -elf, and it seema svA U T -- ---- DAT-. MAX. MI-.
lkm thepictureof my lost Mrs. P. A. McMillan spent Monday .. .. ..... .. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
6I------------ 73
-. wa-This. T bloatedface was in Co.oa. 7 81 - PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Eto.
:: 1 --------------------781 61
a ung and handsome as yours. E. A. M. Stewart is quite ill at his 2 Soda W ater and Ice Cream
7 l *ammbng figure once walked home this week. 7 .................. Fresh Pure Drugs and chemical
a a n ......n... ........Fresh PueDrg h iEal
-, a* prodly as yours, a man in the A. P. Edge is in Jacksonville this Total rainfall for the week .00 inches. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
Swesd f men. I, too, once had a week on business MAX L. Vox KoP .rver haven't in stock
Shmas and family and position, I had H. G. Porter, of Daytona, spent a -e o-r em m
a wile beautiful as an artist's Ges town t hisThis?
B m land I dropped the priceless few days in town this week. We offer One Huodred Dollars Bewrd for
,": oite Gilbert Macy returned to his home any a of catarrh that cannot be. cured by Iman
.i hoor and Cleopatra-like, sawt i n Wabash, Ind., on Sunday. F. CEY a Co.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
:'^ a F.u. v & iCo.lleC Lumber Company .
We the undersigned have known F.J. Che-
dmlve and quaffed it down in the Mrs. West returned home after a ne) for the last 15 years. and believe him per-
Sbrimming draught. I had children visit in Jacksonville with her daugh- sonsalh able an ll bsutaacta i TITUSVILLE, FLA. F. E. C. R. R.
srlmg, and saw them fade and die Sherman Singleton and-family have Whoe Uit T Toledo, Ohio.
undr the blightirg curse of a drunk- moved into the Treutler building for WALDIN. KINANA & MARVIN,
_1 thr. I had a home where love the winter. Ha's Wholesale Druggists. Toled Ohio. Manufacturers of
minianered before it, and put out after a pleasant visit with friends in sold by all drusista. Testimonials free. I
Sthe holy are and darkness and deso- Kissimmee. Halls Family Pills are the best. Rough and Dressed
Slatorle niged in its stead. I had as- Mrs. G. M. Budd and children left oat 0 t e Market fo i
.pirati sand ambitions that soared last week for Jacksonville on a visit Ei1 uoa0 l tt l l All grades ceiling, siding, flooring
Vj high as the morning star and I with relatives. . URZ, AGINT and shingles
-ke and bruised their beautiful G. P. Cox left Saturday for Silver SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY
wla and strangled them that I Spring, where he will enter the office Florida d Prompt attention to local orders
bmore. Moss left Sunday nightf.re
Today, I am a husband without a RbMeat r lenSa nisit fit his-
wife, father without child a tramp Miami after a pleasant visit with his
wth ano home to call his own, a man sister, Mrs. A. 0. Andrew.


F in whom every good impulse is dead Dr. Holmes, of Sharpes, was in o a K, A
and swallowed up in the malstrom of town Wednesday on business with al K S.
drink. the officers of the Anti-Saloon league. |
e, -, The tramp ceased speaking, the Rev. G. F. Porter, of New Smyrna, fITUBVxLLE, FLORIDA H VEL PA LU
gla fell from his nerveless fingers spent Tuesday and Wednesday in T
and shivered into a thousand frag- town attending the revival meetings 0. A. STEWART Titusville, Florida
ments on the floor, the swinging at the M. E. church.__ O W OPS1;2P
door pushed open and shut again and Miss Spaulding. state missionary *i e T r t ' .rrl
M s Spauling, statei s sionary r% t l 1tin .;. ii :, It *1y turiiish S|in<0i*.I. >rrdl.rn0
when the little group about the bar of the Baptist church gave a talk to 1,i: rs.,l ;. i0....10.1ti. .. \.-.,t;;tIf, pimh.i I. lii. ,, p,.rf...
looked up the tramp was gone. the W. M. society, also to the Sun- rI rIsU.t .fi ,.=.1.i j1,:,+.6
beams on Wednesday, leaving then CUISINE THE BEST
Th" 'Lj_ teaii sl >_ o n. ni .d,- for West Palm Beach. TITUSV ILLE. FLORIDA <,,, 'r,. .r r,,.I-..it.oi Arh,.,l. <.rr rlt, I y prim,.val pahi,. It
.. ..* - -.- rr..LI''.i,.-- iat e-,.,1 ,'ivl,. i ,, .> ,I c,',+ re-.1t ;,a.l r,',r,-atli,,g A,' .*glat.,.
.. m.iS..i.. hte stmch. ad can be The revival services are still con- I represent some of the leading ,,.. hiuu 2lr. 'n,. i.a...ur-t t.ri ...-,.:itra', i;it. .ac,,.ih-. 5
Sth 1 CM aftee p" T ms. tinuing each night this week, being companies of tUe world and any 1. N. JOHNSTON PHILIP TOWNSEND
VS Phao amd Y tI. conducted by Rev. J. B. Harris, of business entrusted to me will re- P
;" Wilmore, Ky. This is the greatest ceive prompt andcareful attention Proprietor
UODOlAl nA revival that has ever been held in 1n ir 0
Mr. MTrford is in town looking af- this town. Rev. Harris, both with RObbilS & Or a .O. -
tw his grove work. his preaching and singing, has been o bbi=s&---a-h-a-m--===r -=-_ =- a-
Wh r M dets are returning, the means of turning many souls (lucorporated, -B
Mi r.d sm m Si O exheavenward. Paid-Up Capital .0 P a..
MSmhnThis eomplny owns lands in the .,,Strawberry P"
"-, d ths weiek. also Mr. ad Mrs. Plk t Mr Wfe little liver pill Indian river country, on the St. THE FAMOUS W. W. THOIMAS PLANTS
am We edal wn Te Lucie river, at New river and on My plants are grown with the view of producing
m 6eem llohrainthe tern asts yn a N yne pnydlants of te highest quality that will yield large crops o
a s ti N dcayne bay f ine berries-just the kind you should plant ad th only




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