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 20, 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: VID00676
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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""iIr. The wDevil Coy to TtoM.vi llen o n South Ttusvdlle. Mr. 4ll enjoy a banner winter. ^On four the frst of thi week for n real trol
: Jlt f i *Ie Baobneement that Tituhville Prive.hasbrought a.kennelof bird occasionsthis month an extra sleeper netrip and were out three des.
I t iS the prebte t th Tdi was n t t he ofnot o oth i$ 1 ..
T S re d s ew horn will be This fine bracing weah, whih ladies knitted corset cove, pe- her home thswtn s.omun
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t P rsar. CUn inicg Nov. i the s- Novemr. The morning and eCeve- Cap.
b' .wo RM owThsrmaalm a build- shmi~ r nto lru in mar n ailwy sold for $6.sthaer bundere ar hllo T Sil
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Siats"selliqg fourth" eWght w in next afternoon, making connection s not confined to returning residents spect the house at
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..e^ ip tm r d s .< -&. an with the F. C. train arriving at but includes many early visit ors. The o publish ahlvise.eapt ill
Swi e to mhw Mr. Jboding B i ietm a tor Pu le at h18 p. o Flor ida P than sae repot conth frm te ort theer hgovernm n red t
ri, p by fat on goud tor uAgS hour' time fromnd ave 1o to 1.0 r s peating between Florida this mot his first trip whi i the ?
S20i atisfaon. By o- fast Wrin nort onne ticg with the east, nors thb and wt. trash tn Whie re he was a gest a
l~l~llao m pw i s S--be ad -- Cer lades silk gloves, -ood hetr Plied with by' a
S11 c (lim) aid on the The houseboat Vbvondia, Minto 2acolons motor boats.e
hu|e will be called with upning e ddwhe f Capt. A. C. train arritb
to Ah e boaMrr. donB wi s.a aMhir. s Ltusvll'se lt hnebord (cM wit Scek ofa Daren Ga.r ha thte tro io D
pon)lace yesteray ored initials, tuplaunch,
own hae bes to rogly tse modua having sentj acouple of box, worth $1.00, Monaayps aUecW, launch, Mi a be D., a e r
ar the two try ,in .m ot Mr. dys at Ahrsaurt on her wy dorwr ing suts ad Milsoto p te
tumr Ge.L Robblum fa number of tme river. r box of 6to Miami t
yea a01d ha teed well d keeps A Chalmers four cylinder automo- ene pants i to the foot oflk
h p.mri ha parfe* dry b the bile arrived here last night on its e st and wst.L Al I
faain g t '*-'- wbi also wst f i frm Detroit to Miamu i made sut Kuis. Tinn Rie on d
atoua h rns.e pretty Jard KKimot1a
km Inch wai o brhick, le ing the Hill mad Mims. The car is 30 Tinn
Ofconsidray. power water cooled motor and wigh ber Travel to Florida

but wil have almost -s mutch room Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pdndle ar-t ral


SnSe "Uetaily mst be so- feraing special inducements the man- the morning train that leaves here at heading for Florida are carrying the A """e"" ri
S. to th place hortly." agement of the opera house has e 2:36, making the run to New York in heaviest travel ever known for the FURNITURE,. DRY GOODS, SHOES
i w ....eured this comny for one night
Slet and th e play wi gve in iwts e- a little less than 36 hours. month of November. St. Augustine Jap-a-lae, house and boat paint
ba' "s A playwharf -n- --'" v n its en- is getting a fair share of the early Edison and Columbia batteries
.W.y s A e-w -~w will tirety, with the special stage settings Chcis getting air share ny hte early a & Wond t
d he Wb t. and effects, the artist's studio and Church Notes travel and although many hotels are Ostermoor and felt ma
the ball room scene. Dr. A. S. Badger will preach at the now open all are enjoying a fair pat- Globe-Wernicke book cae
Drop-head seig machine
-- ib Rest for Seanes 19-9 Mr. Whiteman's interpretation of Presbyterian church next Sunday ronage. CDropheAS. A. GARsewing machine
El- 34k s~.r iian iver, the role of Dr. Milo, The Devil, has evening at 7 o'clock on "Behold!" C A GARDNERe
Pmp- .r ityeoa: been pronounced by those who have John 1:29. Winter Homes.
. S Mi fo rooms seen both of the New York compa- It's Up to You
-l sseoom with a n es betingh a fihe as either Gorgea Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at Lots for sale at Horti, Banana -
t e t e wim a s Arlis or win Stevens His make- Titusville Sunday, 22nd inst, at 11 River. A fine location, adjoining To buy a Bridgeport (The Motor
up i. w wonderful and his acting is a- mI Subect, Temperance. At 3 Thousand Islands Club property. that Mote) whleth special No-
tsver'Uu Si"s smooth, with remarkable finesse in P. m. he will preach at Oak Hill. J. B. JONEs, Georgiana, lla. member catalogueand booklet
& bee. W In everyline of the part. The sale of Dean Robottom will officiate in St. For Sae They tell you all about it.
= a S ASe seats snow open at Winston S. Bran- Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday or ale FRED N. HrrHOOCK, Agent,
Oak nine's Clothing House and the indi- morning, November 22, at 11 o'clock, Lot 29 of Quinby's plot, Aurantia. : Titusville, Fla.
ftl -_ &-. _-- nations are that there will be a full and in St. Gabriels church, Titusville, For information address '
House to see "The Devil." on Sunday evening at 7:30. Sunday 0. NEESON, I Gun Repair Shop~
Ass"an Al. r 8al school every Sunday at 10 a. m. and 13 Lake Place, New Haven, Conn.
!. irt clam Power Boats Wanted lecture every Thursday evening at Guns stocked and shotguns re-
am sar r NFs h g power bo 7:es F 30 Rent bored. All work guaranteed.
.L B F, Coo' Peron haviu power boats to I For ent HnY BENECKE, Tituville, Fla.
lease, rent or sell, should call on our Dentistry A two story house fronting on the --
Srepresetative, Mr. Charge s of dental work at reduced Banana river, central between Ca-Kline G ts rnish Dep
Node* at our hotel, or write "Hotel All kinds of dental work at reduced naveral and Artesia Potoffices. For,
e th mot wims. Dixie," Titusville, Florida. prices for this month. I particulars apply to Mrs. L. A. Mack Men's clothing, new and up-todate
S eta W F. G Dentos boat now coated at city en Canaver a. styles. We wil also place on sale
h ora w for Tis and Manager. doe Titusville. about 500 pairs of men trouer
SI- *g J For Sale Bargain Sade prices iansL from S$ll to $U.
N.0.m NIm rlM Nodie JuBa Kuav
Na Ideal site for Florida winter home Official Seal 10 cent eigar, Satur- Titusville,
ave your laundry at thePa- in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet day and Sunday only 5 cents. Souv-
hurt. Prompt attention. H. A. on Indian river. Several bearing ers given away. i Tituvle Bottling Works,
la g t Rico Umn ean- orange and ra ruit trees. BAN N DRUG STE.
Bi yl JM ie. Adda P. 0. Box 15 M. GooDmAN, Paoromte.
Orlando, Fa. Draying Manufacturer of carbooated hey-
Ab- MDrayngeI s ail la kinds pnmpte_ P e,-Ci big
'^'L2 :-r E 'L tet Aped Mul a ly alianied to Mest ae trains. and g e e la fulllie
a" youtt workiJAg mule. EL HoLTue, nrted sodas *rlte for prices 1.
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w e of deter ite-
ato the development
ofa the country
E0411 be investments in
l p bricks. An exam-
A edl m of n ow clay
a eql s tly be traced
mad e In the selec-
6 IInI,*1seem. we do not
pb familiar proper-
a t e try. Neither
t the various grades of
Sinteuyeard. Another phase
.ale with the general
ItpbIea ot ne mghteary to
q uestio ofrom white-
l trick wlfastur a di
0ins t he beauty of many

the country. Last year
at fch products amounted
At .a gets of 14 per cent

or Clay products from Ea.
AM Owtooe make as fine
ay eme in the
I Mtigral es of
As wmeCessary. We
UrM The best cut


S1. t would rather oee
-_6 be (a Age the matter eme

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h~ u ~ -- ^^ --4 I-m
S in tI the "aml ad lewi rates "tor
llp ft o r a ft N g b
* to oelambe. a eme t eltal in loe
r Wegl eeas in er ttew tsoae
S-saisis, It i-. declared. elmouu
Sazlaeas h eabt ber ahed by the
aslead dials amd by the ittere
S mtvoed wwy tbhe aIewmem hav
Ir bee-e& aa$ ought o be eotapued
i Irttlce d the Nytem nit thaL t placeI
and Ia rlema ougt not to have speelal
M* advtaafl 4n the matter of ftltgbt
rai any more than adlldual, farm
Sr truu. The system crew up usmi
Srebte, and the mnet rebate trial may
I Iev a whole tradn communlty-
| for tataue. Chicagl, New YTrk
I~ trela


UmmaIm IVs. the PreIelemer.
Sttetly speaking It to not so mheb
nuanti tapklm that ts demanded
ot a preientm l omini as campaign
o in the days. The ambitious boy
who has been told that among the
good thll that may happen If be
takes eare of imielf is his elevation
to the highest eao e In the land can
make no letake Ift he goes into train-
tag for the talking eod of It A can-
didate must not only talk, but Impress
and.be able to "think on hbs feet." If
voters don't hear what they want from
the platform they ask for It. "Run-
ning" Is very much like an examina-
tion grilling.
Oratory does not count for so much
in these days as It did formerly. Vot-
ers ask to be shown how the prob-
lems of government they are Inter-
ested In are to be worked out The
candidate who is best at explaining
may lose at the polls, but If he has
been personally week under fire he
may rarely expect another chance.
And the talking is a big contract It
not only calls for happy speech, but
Immense lung power and voice endur-
ance. The electorate is spread over a
wide territory, and doubtful states and
doubtful sections require the next
thing to a bouse to bouse canvass. So
the schoolboy must not stop with pre-
imrling for the presidency, but prepare
to talk for it. and talk long and hard.

Godapet l to the Ralemakers.
rbe woril .3anu get along very well
without the airship and the wireless.
but there 1, no doubt that a little con-
trol over the output of the clouds
w,,n!hl be n to0mn to humanity. It Is
*otu.eeded th;ti the rainfall averages
tubout the sauce throughout a series* of
rears. Since It is bound to fall any-
way :and Is needed for duty on the
**rops. It would be a boon to have It
co'nf down when the crops are thbirst-
In0.
Too much ralt nt one time tunke.
to lIttle r'vin at another time inevita-
ble. IlaiTn has apparently been made
out of tLue Ib. the are of explosives.
although some experts say the coinci-
dence between bombardment of the
Clouds and rainfall was purely acci-
dental. These same experts recognize
that atmospheric conditiUons and pres-
sure govern the rainfJll. The problem,
then, hor rainmaking seems to be to
coax or Irritate or squesse the shy
atmea-pIFr until It gives down rain


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raOsfa au ks e Oft tr
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Smrt heI pssrIS 1uast IVanp a a
Mr k l es Ath a year, oan am


TL Itmm !this that marriage eot
IMns th IA wee taml to twe In-
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v to do with the legal status of the
astI.. Tn. takins t to a lanew
eads to are dellberatimon d Im nt
Swhtbut moral eect. As a rule all
who are Iater a etet i n t marribe o
Sparteular epl except some-
t ms the -adldet, themselves, favor
dflberatlm. Restrietiees, therefore
are not likely to become unpopular na-
lies te tend to diserae welock.
Shusagy. enoush, this tendency of
eur to plaee restrictions of one sort
mad another upon marriage Is contem-
poranry with a movement In France to
abate long stmndin restrictions which
are believed to have dIscouraged mar-
riage and worked harm for the coon-
try and for soelety. Perhaps there Is
a blthy middle ground and we shall
Seach It after a stage of experiment.
What Would You Do?


In eaeof a baraer amM what weld you
do to Mlieve the pal Ba eh lajurie are i.
able to oar i any family ad *vmie-
sheuld debpreaiI frtbaI mmberin's
have appeisd asfleth wal nreve the
pal almost Ismatly, and mtlesthe injury is
a very evers ee, will eaus the aMutsutohead
without leaving a ema. For aleby Titss
il* Phermaey.
Traditio and Varmlig.
The part that science can play in
succeesf"l farming Is up for discus-
lon. We are even told that agricul-
ture Is all a matter of science, whether
the boy learns It at college or behind
the plow. The ways of nature have
to be mastered somehow, and It ib
plain that science cannot change them.
Professor L *H. Bailey of the Cornell
Agricultural college says that mere
knowledge of the laws underlying pro-
duction will not make a man a good
farmer. He must see the laws at
work.
The boy on the farm sees the laws
at work. He may never know the
why and wherefore of the phenomena
daily before him. the same grass turn-
Ing to wool and mutton here and to
hair and milk there. But his father
tells him the lesson which he learned
I front his father-that It's the right thing
to feed the cows and sheep on the same
grass. Traditions are the product of
applied science. They record bitter ftl-
ure as well as happy success In the life
and death struggles man has waged
with the soil.
A Bair's Breadth Iscape
Do you know that every time you have a
counh or cold and let it run on thinking it
will just care itself you are inviting pnea-
monia, conumwp''on-or some other pulmonary
trouble? Don't risk it. Put your loou back
in perfect health and stop that cough with
Ballard's Horehount- Syrup. Price 25c., 0Mc..
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Titusville Phar-
mary and Banner Drug Store.

Cutting of the Cullinan Diamond.
The cutting of the Cullinan diamond,
which cost $50.000. Is now complete,
says a cable dispatch from Amster-
dam. The stone has been divided Into
seven parts, exclusive of the big one.
which will go by the name of Cullinan.
Six of these small stones are being
made into a necklace, with the sev-
enth. which iq somewhat larger, as a
pendant, and will be presented by the
king to Queen Alexandra.

Sir Wilfri, Laurier ,only asked Can-
ada f.'r another chance to "go ahead
faqt." and the voter.- gave It to him on
his record.
For proof that somebody was struck
with a panic, consider the good auwo
mobile selling at $1.50 and under.
We may thank General Apathy's In-
luence at the beginning of the cam-
paign for the apathy of the campaign
poet throughout the merry war.

Row to Treat a 8prain
spmie, sw elHa and lamesm are prom.
Ien,,dahaa CmileriaB'isaim.t. aM
mimth ainantleand amrDema
a that ai a may be e4d le abst e-
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For Indigestion and

Take a good, liberal dose, and yo will be
surprised how good it will make you id.
Kodol makes weak stomachs strong.
Kodol is pleasant and palatable.
Kodol digests all the food you eat


Keeps the Stomach Sweet


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an good health? A the money in the world ean't make
happiness where health in unknown Badlr S m Lamms.
Rhmaelenm, C.ts, Bm' s,---
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On. Who Knows.
J. G. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes* loaaMt
too highly praise your Balrd's now Liniment for
the relief of acute reumatismn, caused by sudden ehanMg
and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
Ballard's Horehound Syrup for eoughs mMAd eds.
Theie used together defy al pain.
MT TUB GENUINE. hb St a M e, $1.00

Ba8latd Snow Liniment Co
30003 0 Nrth So"ni g ge%
ST. LOUIS. MISSOURu .


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maoemet embracing au tnese objects.
e? NmtlM It helps these aow litn All of these efforts seemed to him re-
but sI w It hels the genMratisoo lated and capable of being Included
unse*. It M f the marm oa nl one general work. In a gardening
whe wvl habeg tha ewUMpity e C I and landerape page he has repeatedly
resn sts. May It notwel be that urged this entire programme, at one
tb yei to ea0sm t ua et-ds to it-s time giving It a definite statement
Immd ta. a en the bam, beantt thus:
to. m.. c t- o ad TvagA, ea*- It has oocured to the writer that there
4-P OWa la1t -r -ta.--- should be a general movement lnaugu-
M ad betIsr s a, will rated aleas certain definite lines that are
S kdred and that naturally support each
OW .0 -a ftBg 0 SC Ngggg -6 Othar.
5 N E O WE g w deV the palult. The fMrst et these should be a prepa-
r^e -ha i --g anda showing the Importance of horti-
Sk a culture and landscape gardening. This
l th -M i to b-- sahoulda at be eonfied to large estates.
but the p eespi gmealiy should be tlter-
I noted a t I
.6emL-A- mmaent should he basg.
.4tNM St raread sagasth the prim. preese and form-
S a itas m e It. tavWr et touowtngs nature on
Sgy limn es atmuMl grace and beauty.
M. IiUt--~h ea thesMe should support
e-teest .ms, stAs w besb sheeas be


Sis am to the s0rts at tM01 pl2a0t10
mmteoso tho.bl
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AMarW s eag a elmses
e-1t it hao tIaglMed with what
VAh whm cama It
Is t gat bI grsaRmm eay direct-
ly emrnds at Idzth lm, that rda-
Mttato b aklw s ews fe ma attmee
tItI vw sesielyu Inclue abso
SAofth or go" roeds hatart and the
m h orw that relating to sheel work
a thae tae. The selectom of Gif-
gai pebet t, o asasit head of the
Iaefay res ma asa maber of the
eins gives t esmanes that ree
planting wE ers enmer tot eo.i.-
deaw s aS a-andIy erOeal thesad
rtbde 01 a -t e O Ma e mm tl the
moateme beth ta el and country.
tII gaeAa speeal t aminamde
scoo ha.t and. the wwk of the
mms.sin has alreaft developed the
p844ve o geot od reads. Good
reas nmt enly smom the hrmer la agt
ag to market, bt meImate travel and
a*d to the aaMlably ot al concerned.
It Wma be riWhtfl to contemplate
hew mWa m ve he onme wmr
thFMah swearasa at bad reads.
The ave tsemen uaked by the
resident to serve eo the commission
an Professor L h Ban director of
te New Tork State Agrcultural col-e
lage; rd Pinchot, head of the for-
estry department; Hery Wallace. de
teor of an angreWltual paper at Des
Moil0s, la.; Walter H. Page, edlr of
the W tWs Work, aad Professor Kre
ye L Battereld, president of the


Gford Pncbhot is the first real for-
ester we have had in ths country. He
is a man after the presideu t's
heart, one who Is not eMtisfed unless
he is- don something every available
hor ec the day. 3ven when he plays
6ames ha puts his whole heart Into It.
Hie belomp to the presidents tenniss
cabinet" and also accompanies Mr.
Roosovelt on tree shopping expeditions.
Mr. Placbot's Immene services to the
country In stopping therdepredatina of
Umber thieves. In putting bounds'on
greed In the cutting of lumber, aIn Itro-
duclng a sclentUle system In the choice
of trees for lumber so that the forests
are not left depleted, in planting tree
on land useless for other purposes, in
caring for the woodland already in
existence and In extending the knowl-
edge of forestry cannot receive too
high praise. Not tll a future genera-
tion will the worth of this work be
fatally appreciated. Had It not been for
some such man stepping into the
breach there would have been a Umber
hmloa In this country Inside of a halt
eaUry. Uven as It is the peril Is not
Aentrely past
The secret of Mr. Pinchot's success
Is that he sl oun of Uthos men who be-
lieoe lu their cause. -He believes in it
so much that he is ready to devote his
life to t. It is that kind of man that
moves the world. Plinchbot and others
are rapidly educating this country 1ip
to the needs of planting trees and pre-
serving those we already have. It is
certain that be will take up the kindred
* work of Improving life on the farm
with the same fine enthnola'n
A Work of Great Import.
Walter H. Page nla his maauine,
the World's Work, has long advocated
auch a movement as the president has
put under way. His intelligent appre-
clation of the importance of the task
may be judged from the following
paragraph, which appeared in an edi-
torial summing up the farmer and his
future:
Getting a living from the soil is now a
scientific and profitable pursuit for those
who know best how to do It-those who
take advantage of all the new knowledge.
As the number of such personsO Inreaes
ad better and better methods are used
the profits and the Joys of country life
will grow. Organlation will take the
place of wasteful Individual work. The
Intellectual life will be culUtivated. The


time dreamed eo by the poets and philos-
hters will come-may come-throughout
the great fertile stretches of our country.
and It would come within a remarkably
short time It all the forces now at work
for It could be co-ordinated and directed
rtihe A great common movement toward
auch an end would take rank as the most
Important work an our land, perhaps the
mat Impertai In the white world.
That has the right rin. With two
onh men as Plachot and Page on this
comumoan somthin worth whge
wE Maew. I do et k w the ether
BIamR but Juds ftem What do
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o country Ife.a tas kewleeM to eO d

heart aad a f the sao e ,
cot the larseit poseble OMW-s ONt ts
the soS. It is sf lpertdat toEt aMe
M o yt at Jer sad prse am aththebey

term ersoeed is to ntse for their aon bO eai
proetka, stop the iebes om bised- ret- l
a the to death, et all the latest a a
maehoVry and CseentUe knowledge to td
ad them, hae warehouse and band from O u %f
themslve together both to buy and & Co., Daghomm, .
sell, o ganbse for mutual benefit, Im- mt 'W
provemtet and social life, beautify D makeN sa
their bomes, make life more attractive the M a-
to themelves, their wives and their =
children, learn to eliminate the drudr-
ery-in a word, to fnd themselves and
dcseover the secret o all happlnes In A Uttio Japaese HuMe- .
knowlug how to live. It can be done. It must have reqinled gp iuu
and wt Intelnient lprestlation and eoachIe to work the p s 01t em1
perev g effort It will be doe.The tin of Japs up tor atbs ha
frmers need what we all need-to come they reently sav eW boto
barn how to cooperate. hip eet. The keqas of t W.
come seems to have bhe tat 0a
A P ing IaeMaeat Americans brought greatmleasa 'n
Mr. John Whit, of i land aea perity to Japan and that the 4m M
HealtMe, Maies, soy "Have bees tuNbed
wta evera sy iv*atumad Iu it tratl of 10s was o nly a-
w1nter I ma y advertlei oJi. but to the call of Commodome PVa t
th aMbh edied sautl I besst a t r.
be Dr. Nw Di i. bei years ago, whea Japan was peed p
that wa half gme, the m ah was all w. to the world.
ThtI witer the sme haym a Islow- Now, the Japanese hate the tredal-
ei a hw Masonemarn o na b ed the as-
and m I am now eaviseed that Dr. er today as heartily as their asnestam
Kl s New Deery is the bet eall congh did when Perry somehow emvtONd
A as Den8seS ONTun rIa. them that It would be a good th to
baot Dse. mix with the word. It ha0s waor be
am-.- -a.---- aNadhs laborerss made clear whether' It was tha d&
wely ea Dr. ThesN' leetrie OiL ake the of Perry's feet and goue or a apga
mneg s w at ,, e. b n e rI st elation of the big land belnd the
Pi. m- ust y aheWB It it isad.
Sweet and gous that converted theJapa
axty Years a rlg. in 1858 or Perry's diplomatic way oe
Much of the splendor appropriate to putting the whole question. It was
a celebration of the sixtieth anniver- not unanimous then with the Matle.
sary of Frantis Joseph's accession to Civil stritf followed. Finally theIb
the throne of Austria (Dec. 2, 1848) rals won, although they had to eWa-
was discounted by the observances in !ede about everything to the aniverOal
the capital of the empire In May and prejudice agatsnt forelgnes. eow
June last. The people of Austria and this oeuld have been explained to the
Hungary have made the year rather present day Jape, who worship their
i than the day of coronation signiflcantancestors and are not Inclined to $bib
Sixty years is a long reign. Those get the past and "let bygones e by-
who have achieved It or surpassed It gonee." la a riddle. Perhaps thee is a
are usually among the notable figures Japanese fairy lore In whihe the Amir-
of history. Among the latter It is of kean smile and the American tMeah al-
Interet to recall Oueen Victorit of ways work right for good Japa.


England, who reigned sixty-three
years, from 1838 to 1901, and I..dlsa
XIV., who wielded the destinies of
France seventy-two years. from 1(43
to 1715.
In point of fact the reigns of both
Queen Victoria and Emperor Francl.s
Joseph were longer than that of the
noted French king. A regency ruled
for the infant king for eight years.
and, although be Is assumed to have
reigned from the age of thirteen, his
rule was only nominal. Victoria was
eighteen when she ascended the throne
and Francis Joseph the same age
when he took up the scepter during a
period of revolutionary excitement In
1848. Francis had a troubled reign.
Last year his health was critical, and
his countrymen were surprised when
he rallied to greet the German princes
In- his palace last May and to stand
the ordeal of a three days' review of
the historical pageantry which was the
chief feature of the year's anniversary
eremonles the following month.

BEST FOR THE

BOWELS
if yo haven't a regular. beesty mo.mout of the
bowe Ts ver day. you're Uwr wel b. Keepyour
bowelse and be welL oe the sushape od
violeut Iyts or PM1 poie. poisa. eao. bThe
emoothbet. esiess, fmes pewe war fe keegiag
the bowels clear adst edams t tako t
A CANDY
CATHARI
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Dwellers In the canal sooe, where
there hasn't been a death from yellow
Jack In two years, think the Un tod
States health bureau good enough to
be passed around.

Somehow a hard winter doesn't et
as much Ice now as It did shortly be-
fore the issue was placed "in your
keeping, my countrymen."

Aeroplanes will not be likely to @mp-
plant autos as Christmas presents an-
til it is more clearly determined what
they are good for.

Building up a folklore about Gea-
eral U. 8. Grant's cigars is In meeh
better taste than rehashing that black
bottle story.

A national health department doesn't
mean that you can ring up Uncle Sam
when suffering from a green apple
diet

Gray Is "Just as good" a color as
white surely for thcle Sam's war-
ships, since it is the color of granite
and of several kinds of tough sand.

Anyway, there was a diplomatic
"please he kind to Standard Oil" In
that bouquet Rockefeller threw on the
eve of the election.

Orville Wright's winglike attaeh-
ments may be crippled for life. but his
thMnking apparatus will work en Jst
the same.

When the football rush breaks oes
.e "restee" arvel that the ever
nw oa tw toI a mrse elected.


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amaseltk ewtpa __" iGAtion oee wath
Ma lm bs e t wae the man"Y
wa d nl 1 w ikMly tis teases h w

,town s unpatm bd asm aSd wae
ned eIt In I ft a ria
Ind way d whCh wN beo widely dNlbtnui wn n
SateM aa pu e eririph a ndofl
le) e n y ^the vam saws ed and the preset k
.tedndemiess St wmabng and deaelMes

Ir A O hemt n If t laws seem on a marmm but
a Zei d gat :, u o pnag. N I t ate ntewrpation to Jufft It the k
t, ammo pea Pub mpbicannot bep too me.
^mes aiS ? i a There i son me water left whiec is not
S -l s, en wl b ated to d by monopoly. and ft new
a T sesmt s y. W ltk heh t drqa th becotre o t peple are 80
a a a f alert as the wouldM be momopolet.

InP eo aua wo, aAM NM It s aft n predicted tha thsle ctut -
n m "AmdmeIat nlantded to pepopn d uyr wll have a populate of at Tl"ht 1M 0 6 3IS N" LS A .
As" byMr. lem to the bill (H. W.) o0000w,00 perape lbforel thm el at m h ande yfeo wosntw or t
s Ein a no eu atos tfW r m adry eDvil this century. The baei s for this as the or ort l o e to keep go t g.
e1d o eMd Jn0 tdrtieth, nneteenM growth of the last ffty years. But I runa and I was glad to try anything, satnd Mrs. J oe d l e IS o e
dIn e and and for other pmr- order to double the present ftgusa the I am very pleased to say that Ottawa, ek Oele, W hi s,
lta psses, vis: country would have to look to :ome- made a new woman of m and I have "I sawlv nd a ie a
i VG M I Og peg e in m et the thing else than active ferity. more pains and life looks bright agaln. a! yo r mine moIa a -
AM ma wesedt tuleg the Immlgration has peopled the United Thre are a great many phase S av m until I took Pwrms. is
(Sn 3 Hlbor, Halifax, mand Matanses States to a preat extent. Bt woman's asmaets that require the m media 1s by hr better tha a
S Cm T ee int 2 sw h and MoraIn, pt ataos a t-o a rent outyut imr sists ncen of the surgon. m aedesfor thee trembles. A k b
e rIne. Tlae, 1h mo theidd r ration, as pointed out by Mr. W. L8 But by far the reatebe ots relieve my lgMj, hIs
S j 8 etmaes, MIn lets, trIb taritU, Rossiter of the ceons bureau ca nnot suc coaws re ar om t deed, ha lCf-aUv eoaditas.
e to at- Pnd me inetIg uceno." be relied upon to keep up the rate of MSikuas i tmeateaL od1 as as -s e ay ew
hoped to make The above ulfeplanto We e for a long period in the t- A vast multitude of women have be neither he nor pai, nor have I
i hopes. os altl lntm Pated up adtare. The Himilt fied by this authori- relieved from the ailments peculiar to say f the past year. If every eS8
S down the esst cost and th up ty Is 180.000.00,0. and after 1950 be their sex through the use of Peruna tag woman would take Plwun., be
down te tod t new ks the nation will remain st prescribed by Dr. Hartman. would soon know its vale
4 rw the pi- pers as wnl of this section of Florida e a receives many letters from all parts be watbout it."
t ef el work- will keep up the agitaton on this sub- Ul.Nae Or adi from Immiration of the country relating to subjects of MrL Kla 3 n. It St. U,
em ul yo-but Jee~t, so flit theh have always bee' fe ctuatug, not vital interest to womankind. Cleelnd, e,
buImmKt sthtwh tmm dmsteady. Foreigners come re to bet- Of the vast multitude of women Dr. amen goo** d he"On Sues t at-
1to0 pidnt out the ouht up before aFens fi ter themselves. Whenever the proe- Hartman treats annually, only a small lag your medicine. I had sacred or a
to be remedied. that it will ps without any question pct has changed they have ceased to per cent. of them consider it necessary good m y years pryc t
Sm mioldates and or delay. come. and this will doubtless be t o write Po the Doctor t all.P
While it is not affirmed that Peruna oansti, a ever sicIm m a
Jb whi"e mumy of Will our brother editors all up and rate in the futu. will relieve every case of this kind, Itis S k e h b
ImnmBa sot to be down the est ee tgivepubliecity to erain tme an S ewfm Stree ua bodyh al t meestIrn l ay tbiha y he
a .M t t oa n the mote yobet iat kdt to We may look for "How to inve on a tern ar a st e a m sa bodyt adee rew eheate In an hm
IS Ceot7ory Hand's Five Dollars a Wek."
SRit. Wet d Dry toRoosevelt'J M o in e pe lma rme sad tohe Hoem. dreo. Sh knows the value of a dollar
To the Votesa of BSevard Couty. ducatore and school boards my and bow hard It 15 to earn one. Mar-
4 ga ity w orde-s In regard to Mr. F. A. Leley's pe- ow to n a old lament the vacant places at the teach- rage my be ettg popular, bet
N lab in New York on tition ailing for a wet and dry elee- Be C e *, er desks on the opening of all terms. these annual raids o the ranks o the
Swtats, Fran- tion will say that Mr. Losoley has the alsl o& a d wm ou d_ e a .2d but the rest of the community should schoolm'anm do not show It. Men
3. J. ay., David C. name of being the best her tender rime k owm nelidllr, one that ha a perhaps he congratulated. Every hare been schoolboys, and they know
ShakA. Rough, charged the county can produce. He will not eaeet a quck'Z. Sck amodel eChLm- schoolma'am that marries means one that there's a good witf In the making
.with conspirnar sell to a minor or a drunken man .nd he 's Co ugh medy. It ha paned a mor segd home. From a narrow point to be found in every scboolbouse.
of the F. C. rail- for that I will give him praise. Drink .f thi mst 00-a meet, sd wsaswter
psongm be depended poes. It sf on raters'spha, waste to hnve toseber drop ,ool Perhaps the reson of the quiet e
peona_- i- _- .n IDade is man's worst enemy. relieves the lump aidd e1pectoPtMi opeas work when she Is at her best. But caption of our fleet In China is that sly
at work on the exten- Every drink taken as a beverage is Dhe aoeo tC and slhm oature Ia tthphe
hodh ng tht the gov- helping you to build a kodak to nivea tsy inm in wb it has been Ia general less there are to he good homes built sleeve more efetive when the time
Mid. J on pletely to your picture to the business world as o f a. rp grip havin r.mes in up on it and from it comes than shouting.
ems. The di.nisl of a nuisance. Your drunken kodak in meumouiaw ithlremedywau eda.whlch A schoolma'am turned wife is a
Seuuiracy will probe- married lift will lead om hppinehs eltuse ly thaet t crain o great deal more thap half trained for Dr. Osler's "useless after fot and
bqndismalof theeharge to heart breaking;, your, oIapriat laia's Cough teedy cootalns no opium or the duties of the mistress of a home. Roosevelt's "dee-lighted" on shaking
It weld be di lt will show a resemblance of you In re ed may he iven as ldent She has acquired patlene and system hands with fifty show that It must all
8 wSh t providg the thirst for drink, the same as an l tor a asrm to am adult. For ae by and a knowledge of the ways of chi- depend upon the man.
6 -i tnwu here that tor, musician and inventor inherits, ..... .. .... .
ae dside in connee- genius.
ts a rork out the extension, In business your own drunken ko-


emspiring to hold men of a sober business world and cause
drwill in order to force a lack of confidence in you, and you *
uia thel ced. may lose your job. Your drunk pie- Science proves that the strongest fence, because
I Mlli n ture will show you from your kodak constructed throughout on scientific lines, is the
A n--LiemKIasn.uo* Meeting when you pay your liquor bill before
O:mtAn ti-Saloon league your grocery bill. You will lose your
$um e'M dn8 day afternoon credit and forget your respect for
4080A with an address of yourself or anybody else; will com-
VIF s VePreidentR. N. An- mit murder, be tempted to steal or
l! MbtI of the town, in the do anything. Nothing too low for SIMPLE-SCIENTIFIC-STRONC
d.4VMMw HG Mtt, which you to do. You are not fit for a wit- sa8 MC The Reasons:
SI Proe nt G. W. nes in court; hencedrunkenness isa ,Ist-Each horo oal enes. s of the S.
f the league. nuisance. XTT(r, SO eN woon is F. &steel ,able. cm g of two heavy
dilhmedM edfsA e for the If the county goes wet I believe w"
l I br theale will be the right man to ,.
LoM r r the tempted rising generation. .34 240-Each of these cabi s tied to each 'te
J R. about RFevery cable--etod s a crooked at
ametai, md Rev. Indianola. a o t or tws towisert o me e Se
aat the bending pot. ( p ekeet p
iilNOIgW Ooyo Mflbder and the whire is ota weeksnd J
-f aColds and Croup in Children wytour t h k ueea n
Mu xM little girl is iect so colds," iys u ba
for the M H. alerts No. 41 F fth St., Wheel.
ho 2, l, W. Va. "IAA winter she had a seven
qell ad a territe cough, but I cared her
t0. W. %m chehe'ss.ueigh Remedy without
OPF. M, aM tado a my little boy has been
f**ea tm v tbel e tNe eap I
I W, F. P. 9. l.t am = "is WoaeTaw
.. rflneail4n L ; THAT IS ALL THERE IS TO ELLWOOD PENCE-

Is G. U w -dmas 1 i hNees m Id ouM ad Heavy sW Cables lappe about and held together by steel wire. forhmg uiform meshes. E le, h'st MeI
*M se d ins. edek &aeeetie mu d INo chance for weakness in any part; uniformly strong. The reasons for tei superiority of fLL i
as alweemta.'s--Nu. C F rl, -se hard to SAa. This may owns ad operates its own Iron mines and furnaes; Ms own wire was
U-...s sesa"at esse= Fe as. I -M one of the si being luger than any Mwther kee factory I5 th weeld.
. ,..t. be enowha. .

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..-ismues frhlire r not fo ied to
wit, i ti pSvr d nha "-
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tebo r of v supm in -
gtr k~Thergmast boarwth U. S.
gegami gr, a secetie, mMe*.
Sll motor bats of over ve o net tons
mas in the earriage of feiht or-
p: ^-for hire must be doeummt-
S is: 4Lomied by the bgcoeter ofe


Agese or ia t o ave seobta amd neo
Stheesgote hire custom (desitmed ta
" dNMt) Is ailtiosdal to and most not
o he eutoprded wsIitb the te required
Msr te reaort of motor boet olesI
d t If s c, _,y:= p-a----rs for
aotr voetels of over v16 grne toes
"-d theo carriage of freight or

gp ss s for hire must also bein-
S ood by tL U. & b oal letors of
S~vesmstl rmssa maeust have nam
a mduMptM san ad ame on
m s he. Oseuml uteiamnanyasBoe-
1e y d tm o vessels sbindrago
th sesmmes'aintes (egaea
S iMlB a atdhona tho aged o"et-
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.ks* ...- .f r4 in- -

m at hem le b r dropped ftoia
.b. S. amserdl.. t. the hwegOw
sbe he- leb-lm before the to




s vesst asiss. Thy ar not likely

est bi sls aetes witth lnd bat-
messsMehMUgt rame in nd. wa-
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sa- abor- vuisa lne o at to the



smes, hwevor, em spend death an
qite atos klap f tm tcotaet wtth
te Mt is so tesoay violet to a-
pl0 them or lI they are eploded by
a bea. apts difa r as t t heb
--a-r- of d-ame -a aiLhip ea do
to an m sft It is admitted that
it wal be extremely diecult for thi
aMthpe artilett to bit his torget At
tho meet he an ol disable s few
ma oer Some of the machinery. bells
that ezplodeo o deck suarly do but
little damoa. Those that penetrate
the armor and explode t the ship's
boweo are the ones that wreck thtge.
This is the work cat out for torpedo
bsts, and may men at reset doubt
the eAlemey of the aerial torpedo
theowet.


Lasgu e* Studles at Sehool.
That a great many men "have sc-
quired a violent hatred for Englibh lit-
erature. owing to the preparation re-
quired to it" at school, is the opinion
of Profeesor Lounsbury of Yale. The
preparation referred to is, of course,
training In grammar, spelling and
rhetoric as premlnary to exercises In
literature. In this connection a col-
league of Professor Loutsbury at Yale.
Professor Phelps. thinks that "tralnlng
at home is what really counts."
Too often In American homes there
is no systematic training. Spoken lan-
L-uage Is used carelessly. and books are
seldomn selected with regard to style Iu
language. It Is said that foreign boys
-outstrip our natives In acquiring good
Ranlists where the home training of
the latter has been careless. In schools
abroad mecl attention is given to the
principles underlying all language. and
a pupil thus prepared Is half a linguist
ftor any tansuage be may attempt It
may be that our elementary training.
is at fault and that too great a burden
isto placed upon memory during child-
hoo. Lmaguage is of slow growth and
is probably "picked up" more often
than it is mastered by hard study.
Doubtless much depends on a right
start whether the pupil ends with "a
violent hatred for English literature'
or learns to love literature and to use
good B3ntish with ease.


sIo tesUMe umally aries from a disorder-
e vre. Itf yeswill aeems the liver to
hWr ef the eM easemmlasmm thrUgsh
agew r smmdi, yes will see Sha beer,
age se PIAyrt a* iLp
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Thir WVeasaag Weet eepis 1s

A the blood in the body pes
through the oee everythree
froiut s. The o filter



Mood.igs en may dio and day.p
tnmepaidInn the b- e ank, heea.d
maervou e, ot, blood, rhe.to
rinig Don moo 1 i. tand

ti e oo ravelt, disorders of the
Sa ero doe dium nese ,e r
o dqpt in tyh. urine, etc.
Bt sl y p the Alters right yu
will hlae no trouble with your td
U"--
John M. McCrory, living on Main
Ste., Tituvile, Vfa.,ys: "Myback
wa very me and sore and when I
stooped or lifted anything, I found
it ydigicult to regain an erect
piton. I couM not i-ume a poni
at night thbatm wa neosofrtbt and I
felt mierable. The kidney M ere-
tions did not apt in their normal man-
ner and gave me much annoyance.
Finally Doan's Kidney pills came to
my attention, and I bean taking
them accordmi to directions. They
provedto be jut what I required
soon eradicated the backache and
banished the lameness and soreness.
The action of the kidne secretions
was also corrected and I fe better
in every way. I sincerely recom-
mend Doan's Kidne Pills to any per-
son in need of a reliable kidney rem-
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.
Feel languid, weak. ru-dow.? Headache?
Stomarh "01w,' Jot a plain am of lazy liver.
Burdock Blood Bitten toes liver umd tom-
aeh. prumotes dihtlom, puriles the hlood.s


MOTIn or LOCAL oPTIrnom ACTION
Note is herebygiven that a special elee.
tieu will be held in Brevard county on the
SW day of December, IS0, to decide whether
the sale of Intoxicating liquor, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in maid county and the fol.
lowing eger voter. are appointed in.
upectors and clerks of maid election:
Preclnd t No. 1, LW. Ballou,
Louis Coleman, U. A. Carlle, inspectors; P. L,
Kyser, clerk.
Predact No. 2, Titsville-O. A. Stewart,
F. H. Black, A. A. Bethe, inapecton; J. P.
Wilson, clerk.
Product No. 3. City Point-B. F. Beal,
W. H. Sharpe, Ueo. Chester, inspectors;
E. E. Swinon, clerk.
I Precinct No. 4. Rockleds-A. I. Moore,
A. W. Hardee, Fred Fisher, inspectors; W. G.
Patterson. clerk.
PEecimt No.3 5 EanGallie-P. A. McMillan,
J. RB. Mathers. W. H. H. Gleason. inspectors;
S. K. Watts. clerk.
Precinct No. 6. Melbourue--4. J. F. Camp
bell, C. R Oslin, C. H. Stewart, inspectors;,
aim Martin. clerk.
Precinct No. 7, Malabar-Oeo. W. Wash-
burn. W. P. Arnold, F. M. Forrest, inspectors;
F. A. Drake, clerk.
- Precinct No. 8 Grant-J. M. Herndon. Lars
Jorgensen, Joseph Williamsuo, inspectors;
Charles Christianson, clerk.
Precinct No. 9. Banyan-. B. Stewart,
W. J. Raon. C. L, Stewart, inspectors; S. A.
O0teen. trk.
Precinct No. 10. Georgiana-James Tattle.
P. H. WIttAeld, J. W. Bruner, inspectors:
E. V. Hall. clerk.
Precinct No. II. Merritt--J. D. Sanms, A. 8.
Humphreys T. S. Sanders, inspectors: D. St.
Clair Nisbet. clerk.
Precinct No. 12, Haulover-J. W. Griffis.
C. H. Nauman. T. B. Crook, inspectors; Wm.
Watson, clerk.
Preeinct No. 18, Oanaveral-F. M. Wilson,
H. L. Holmes, J. H. Hogan, inspectors: (Geo.
Quarterman, clerk.
Elector munt have the same qualifications
for voti= g in elections under the general
law; sad maid election will be held and en-
ducted in the manner preeribed by law for
holding general elections, except that the re-
turns from the several precincts will be made
to the beaud of county commimioners of Bre-
vard moanty who will anvass the same and
declare the result and eanse the waoe to be
recorded. Polling places in the several pre-
clses will be the same as at the general elec-
tioea o Nov. 8, .1M.
The eofm o the ballot used will be a platl
whi te pes e paper, having write orprwlt.
ad ee em dio theme either "For Selig" w
"Agpat b1lting." A. A. STawAn?,
Sik af the do rd o ty ofOme"
of bwasi uaos nsslan.
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s ONl bonsbadds e s noemead bW8 **~~~m asw To aor"soe
2 .1 eat j a T mse as played by these M ta -~, ow wor e Samm fle g- I .
pept h snII t Ir Or gas are ha gothea an met mneae Pa b o tte ..
S sat A MI o sab dloe@ 2%e met essStalt ifrwe n wL tet thr e aM lhe emeei d ith- ~ -
a i apatu--b air san p - N_ h. u oe" a a tea they an w
-00 MWe 'peopeA tbh f that OW gala calls SW et also n-e i tanteUss at l Is fa. Ad t Syr at
U W "d W w bag 5" played, Wbe In pumehistori time a no daot, is respeosuble feu tait the ,
general lalma jebit nasy as a un=redi men were neen- leeance w betas Aw eteas m s efn andhe pdus by
tMelehtae ass,. rahTbrlyb sb.a"t
sulmsIi am us*s elsi Pertinent to is question arena the oaontt in~ l Ia4 by m .
se e.M .breatea the cumV Per ILevalekauss. views of Mr. Samuel HI11, a Washing- fornis F Sh
u110n11es Gem In a lecture before the Cbicaio Col- ton delegate to the International by A hI
56 p bnt lege of Medicine Dr. A. R. Hagle ex- Boads asscelation, which met In Paris her *ln
St M O ad disturb him. for he plained a care for lovesleknoeas. e in October. Mr. Hill says that "any
111 e the u1 way. addmg:,tThat said:, cou-ntry Inl Europe" snasiti better
hlme I eecuptlIm an-m only on at "A doctor can prepare himself to roads than the United States and that
o et a, as lo as my people are treat lo E through mental in- root of the trouble with this cos-
SNO t emo i ttit rust Is n It You M fievece Just .os more serious Ills are
t jetl my W I mat go to as treated by It. One suggestion is to find try is lack of competent eagiseers. To
uI s h buMraMe exle or such other pu111- a new love. This occasionally cures an quote further:
MM mut ap yeO determine Open Or diel- i love comiplaint" i only way Is to estabMsh a -wed,
M the homerbly mpO~e.' .He commended Ibe theory of Bishop course of highway engineering

i b IIImu Impos te! He tommndintb theory ofi' B boy in th- unvest.'& ,-ou r wandtw s an
INe "And for this he was mprboned. nt allows of mind and Taedirine nwork- lve as S ee as say earngeers but yo
heI die, however, bu t later to bem In inC barno y. cannot ask the farmer to run a bark.
"M the preest of the repubie of Cuba and you cannot ask a man lacking the
be eat- through the loyal gspport of the Unit- Db..ead O Per Heel.o cous the tm o a
Sa t The latest ad Pars soety Is cture is largely o blam. The oeials


-
W il be do et P"sM at Palma was also a wearing p$1 jewels on tP hees a there sem to think that as long as a
S uds m of the deepest ee tender Oest feeln- d s Me. I and traversable. mn matter
0 _0S1 and oO of the m o hm ttthwn fd- wm es atochn things built,' tI all right, and thvtl
I Id 1W. O aeto tile most touching things .0eo end sof It. They don't apprecIate that
.I evwr bea t about any one was l A a ee gh Eeekr the farmer can haul his freigsht ever a
t M tltn a Sa om his mothr who died from clean cut path In half the time that Is
a.- __ J. CQ Geedwxo Reidsville, N. C.. says: tkens over a crooked. rocky roadsi
oa baquats th-w e to1119 ture lisitd upon her by the "Bustle's iorear i isa uremough as those of h we beast.
OI and he mr anear back In 167t Gener Pal- hnker hr aloeos. A bad ce eme on my
a s, h a had returned n the pash le a mmr, b that de elve the article quoted above the Da-


I~lVS. taim ha~d rheture awy after that m day. ltrobutes. Wlttecalldb an lvnyIe
Heb as WE oues and naturally started to see his oodait I a w 1 aeds.& No S gaineering News says that then Is mes-
-u remalmoed. G ou.aseed far piles, eons
Sbe somewbt wed parent. Upon arriving at Baya- mw buams, s. at Banner Drug Stae. ey enough spent In road masainteane
It eeasm tlmg en- Im he was conducted to the pen where In this country, but tIhe work Ist with-
p iluIh to give the Il s another had be confined by Span- RAseia's New c risis. out competent direction. Unt thei
t oepraties to the la orders, but to see only her body, It is believed that the Russian ad- system is changed the public will con
l ehap st a grat hr S bed de a few hurm beor. ministration summoned Count Serglus tinue "to consign Its Investments of
SPaassm canal. Stooplag down to kiss her ebeek, he Witte from retirement for the fifth O$5,000 to $8000 per mile to rot and
e the Oat. aw In her had a hEandkerche and time In order to have him solve the neglect."
m ngh Mr. be took It kiesed It and put it carefullyeis le
a 11 nWt hogh d- away In his bosom. He carried that new problems raised by the Balkan

wl be sgned handkerchief always after that day. troubles. Witte has been called by an A Tiny Baby
ad m S be be abmolte He was once asked for it to be placed authority on Rusesian affairs "one of can't tell you in words what the trouble is,
as aw-ibto, but dnremarked, 'No; the the creators of his country." He has bu if its complexion -of psty, if itit ar
ma We an t. Memory otf my mother is too sacred to nothlang much to bost of as yet, but and peevish you ea be c certain that it Uas
S1ads "M wiSg itea think ot partld g wilb such a dear me- that may be because he Is bated at worms. Give it White's Cream Vermi se
e. a ouliset w in mac to.'" guoam-teed harmless. Expels th e worm ame
all Outiok will we enthe seat of government and is dis- o ae baby in a healthy omal teieas.
ib be- penned with the moment he gets atWd by Titnsville Pharmacy and barner
andIts stinguish PAYING AN ELECTION BET. am grip aon the nation's vitals. Dru 85M eJ
Witte biltt the Siberian railroad,.rw
easumeI In thete cot- Danger Wearing a Barrel Walked a Wich sv led ite laer ailro. Professor Newcombe en Aviation.
oeesevelt after retiring Nook on Broadway, New York. which saved Russia ln the late war. Professor Simon Newcomb, astrono-
lmawill si for One of t em arst of freak election bets He foresaw that war and prepared mer, has Interesting views with re-
flsepsis ot his ecistilt to be paid was settled the other morn- for It, likewise the revolution content aspect to the problems of aviation. Hel
tiea will be pubished lug In New York by Miss Della Con- porary with It. As the calling of rules out the possible use of a dirigible *In
1N d his contrltbttIos sino theater, much to the amusement trouble Io the tir for the car's gor- purpose than reconnoitering. With re-




.i eiarlhersI MegantelI nor, anidanceffrt in "Mreclleatrted Ca- Wsitt opwrhsuulysgiidblonfraywr eiu iiay U
the Cay will ncsarin- of Broadway pedestrians in general eminment, the latest move may mean spect to the aeroplane, such as is em-LI
restritede.- Yet the and a host of small boys. Miss Connor that the new Turkish question or com- played by the Wright brothers, he hasW
I 11 se the befsit of his beta freand in the theater that d, plicatlon arising in the far east is little faith In Its solving the problem
nho seas at will give would be elected. In the event of los- c l and ; maste handms tk of air flight. He shows that the heav-
asseeana atices ielaIngthewagr sh ageedto alk rueal nd mater andmus taeilr than air machine cannot be stop'
eudsis tearma fltice5rom lrug the wagerosheateed to wabrrlk hold. Such problems are certainly beo- ped In midair for repairs, and "no en-
1> e' Spies MC Culargt intm t around the Casino t eater e Ina fareL 1trehmtletsoftemrdnasbe gn ptsuitbsiwansmS mc
Salty woahie return to his the front door of the playhouse, shoes, baiting, prisoner flogging bureaucrat less the delicate motors necessary In ~ .tam mpi
M ankles, shoulders, arms, head and a the flier, can be guaranteed against hh Mumm hu aul
'fler Ct the world," says He- mammoth picture hat In sight and Paper Fromn Corn, accident." Tb. conclusion of this sci- M a is a
t'Afl 'Stat them the progress wildly clutching at the sides of a sugar SWil another valuable byproduct of entist is that aerial navigation must a Ipag Sum
W ggin ageesuU of freedom." barrel. Shq found It Impossible to hold the corn crop is promised by recent ever remain "uncertain, dangerous, ex-
s birth is 1870 the Out- up her hoop "gown" and navigate, so experiments of the agricultural Ce- pensive and inefficient."
'4 bedsg aeaverlng to Interpret her Initial effort was declared a falseprtntUclBansheishveS a m m m
* ggi is the spirit of this start, and David Bennett, her husband, a -mnt --l mma -emst hv
We ceast ourselves very and the stage manager came to her succeeded in making five grades of pa. Even bitter enemies turn out and f l u E
-.~ ~~ ~ ~ t f. th -t3. L..Aa..aa *k *s


I- hbia premised In this work res ae. per out of cornstalk pulp. It Is be- give room wnei iTur "we..n, L .o t -
a edaJsI a of an American so Bennett led his wife Inside the thea- lieved by the experimenters that a "the rule of the road." e d.l A e t
iBi at esetlal quatlites of ter, took off his suspenders and nailed very good substitute for the wood pulp The corn in the frmer'i bindosnotplat
ai ThaoM Roo0evelt- them to the barrel. When Miss Connor paper In use can be manufactured In telf. No more can Nature, alone and un
m ki ntaorlary quickness again appeared the barrel hung from well igh limitless quantities out of HEALTH ..led. aw perorm the enormous
fe C vision, the long look her shoulders gracefully. cornstalk fiber. E EA N E l at are so often forced ugon her.
e eliK 'Bilt andi progressive Thus sheathed she made the circuit Ntswe seP ha A rsu stan
y, Bpractieal wisdom of the block to the stage door. fol- Great quantities of cornstalks are The who re his Perfect is the result of study
L l great principles to lowed by a delighted though critical destroyed every season or put to use wie or Mi I fmily. ,arrh. It has taken centuries to under-
pmn-I actve c ditiones, un audience, far less remunerative than would be T1h m who IMasres his health zand the human body and to find the beet
Sm f, faith n God and the case If the cornstalk grower could 'ki ,Wos b hand remedies t develop health-
bfil w -a and always om PIECES find a market for the stalks with the Iwise br nl equilibrium.
UNIQUE $5 GOLD' PIECES. .hiseSf. Anyonewithmuck stomach, sluggish liv-
fl u austurmed fage. paper maker. There would be less
You may lharshelealth byvnrd* -. lilious, constipated and :rvous Is not
Design Depressed In New Coinage In- danger of financial distress, too. when Yt re thby gall likely to recu n their health rouided.
6 10ms ad an S aepbter. stead of Raisd. bumper crops send the price of the It It b I worth t e Nat i A.t e.
otf B metor Stephen B. El- The mints at Philadelphia, San Fran- grain down, and the wasteful Inroads At the first ttck of disease,
aly ie db f -matW with the wide. celco and Denver recently began coin- upon the forests for paper pulp might which generally approaches ST. JOSEPIPS
S e e proposed mar- Into a new fve dollar gold piece struck be stopped if the almost useless stalk through the UVER and manul
S lIaing w Katherine and on a different plan from any hereto- can be turned Into irlnting iaper. et fle lae ei rable way Liver wagUm tor
lArgmL fore coined In the world. It follows c TAK TTS
o ptva any more an Idea expressed to President Roose- IIIf t Balkan orato-rs could see bow
pe uiw 11ns01 ." the senator elt by Dr. William Sturg Bigelow t Blka oratrs culd e bow This remedy has roven it lf tie true and
ft a usneams associate. of Boston that to permit the coins being their doings are sidetracked in Amer- ried friend of the hi.a.an fAin.ly by giving
SIIIy I wa ehasd all over piled to a uniform height a high or lean newspapers by an auto cup race, prompt relief when takc: for oI',astipation
Ka pihtaraph t. and be strong relief might be obtained by de- they wouldn't be so chesty when shout- I ndiIstion. B:Iliusne.ls. Ilwsepis. Di*s
m is t~ hAcken cmap. pressing the design below the field or lng, "The eyes of the world are on ua s:ess or other trouhla linagient to a torind on
'$nS ea.e thsI and It face of the coin Instead of raising it my countrymen." And save your hntth. In.t hie ersarc, f g power.and
'.0 above, as usual toIn all coining opera- Nature's asistantin the hishestdree. It
*=----*1--i-- tioma. The Boston Herald abolishes the W is made in both liquid and powder form. is
e This- would provide a ui t n comic supplement because it "no longer r4 S leaantnad age., hale to th t..,te.po
a uniform thickness the flat surface M co in ation.,nd Ieves ,no ickeitUna en.-
0 vets taking the wear and protecting the re- needs a clown. Many a real clown In after effects.
#tC e i shape of the depression ol- will feel like abolishing himself after It Is a- Idet Liver MAsceS.
.* 'ete usart. lowing the outitne of the relief. The that comparison. ZWe have lar n ber of letter from
*mana desiga w in b ei ad the $2.50 We have aero letter
-11ifla, &ad all will bear "In God We This audden Interest In brakes at the and carodbyit
5H a .a. l German Imperial palace leads to a sue- FEY se a St. Jo ph Liver Reulator is ald
re ,ebest knows
flo Banp w ato 0e pletes that Grandfather William II. Is the mt roliableeeads by drussists and several merebans. or you
getting ready to slow dowLn. or pa ta hoseas 8 can send to as IL Frie. i su. ee
b1111n1 he Ss111 tbe t1 a Isotte. Powdem, la tin boxea, S oeass a
According to Mrs. ZEdy's doctrine Vas s a- s Sam a dess sad beetle- sma 8

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fAs Ale of little Muat
g ne e-Is' l m the
u hade wall aaw to the dec e of
Ssa t hto age. He Osays that he
Sabhe t hlm today no Oadktone, no
S.has,. ame..oat, lnso Dicken. no
Whe ay, only small me. Th mmy
e a *s ama's maetsa simply. and It
ip net be amd reveon tff re
Theis are pertoed when a people In
d g up w g a g UM.V rip-no .
be S gaWg gstb Mub
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S-mI tha lm aad jaloma ade


ay w s1 ie khm ewo e




o lthem Ipa e' of Ma t. William

- t. a nuMt fi a npb t onterftew
-, a-s eA a O eW oa'os sa-

.Aor wSMN havie bu,0 humod to few
1hate ee p d the fo r queen a maat





ia threat at the natal ren
i a small emMhe auhe
do*T st or Wisa~Br obit-















was bat Aertcan soetty to on-

laar s d r thaao ettaa w er





ml-ms to so2al apilrant that won
A9tr yalt of er aiM scta. A leaer





of ttoeloetua force woald not have
bee o ready eced aand so quickly
Wt-o, at ae to ot at pointed otr
latep lctl leader to not wanted




,I that almN oWf asoal activity where
the e Mrs. A ea c hold Twy.
day wasIwo pot, yet bo-sag weeM

















Heuoald the Peim DIaurunm.




It to ery probable thatbte new sit1
tVad4 In tMhe alkanI will help to pbet-
e toeatle al dtoarmamnutet rv*






oral of th rea m loo are aintereated








Sose Into the diplomats of several cap-
talr of Brope wher w alarmint nw
ee atro thn eutm o f the Dabe lo





tor. A worthy qe
It ereom to be generally aodrtood
that the Bale n w ertlio to a ba one.
Thae Ho. Jamease Bre und recent
ot. krafty et he %r s ft. A tedor
















that tb rei e just north of the Med-

itar.ranean "a almost the only part of




the world whicweh there are left na-
tIomltles with the capacity for de-
velopmnt Into Independent nations."
The people are e tp o w lt for in -




Wtnalut and Independence. Their val-
Snot worm eaten byteg three for




trade. The Boers owed In 1800 what
ba few those and hardy riflemen can do




IslU ofn ea ple of maeport will not
ceta the Balkan patriots There are





eurely warsm ahead before that prtml-
tve virility and theeb prtm e eit as-
miatti htlae worked oat their detiny.
satIsas have wrkd eat thei dstlay,


end op cannot calmly face edto-
armammet while so nmuch fhttg
blood f at the boula poInt
oew to Geo Stsme
P.J. DVb 4W. (rg w L, C(11mw
as maayfi bumnes egm wesria
e, h a to teB thees who
-e- thusM malsw e

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waet tq he a st e masi


ie ost 410e* n hout

A da n owsd to eM to the very
bet epMal. It to amtas to hea to
A cal, O m f htihr t." Bt the
bead resed Ike the "bad pemay," to
equally elrtat to tara up at the
wrong t ts
-d
The Cbese didn't aheb t much whs.
they saw owr big attala but they
probably went bome and burmd nla
-mN to ttm god that tis ood to C*le-


After so end of session and endles
debate the dictum of the national en-
erration committee will be, "The
only way to conserve isto to coueerve."

Oae weak point about antl-olse re-
torn is that It caw take a rest around
the bol4iys and electlou time and Ufe
go a onJt the sum.

Those "dectrlcally propelled *lep-
tg care" will at least give peseeager
a chance to doleep when the power
give oat

Probably thbee aiatoh ufrangttes
rember that the Maga Chart was
sot wnm ftrma Kintg Johb by moUy-


Theis to ae hee and ery about put-
tg "that aew aislth ema for lasd-
mu ao the free tarf It tL.

A Broke Back
That pain in your baeek cesed by luimbao.
strff msles r a eUiai h anaM sting to get
rid ot Ballard's naow Linimet cares rhen-
mai. lumba o s or mad tiff muaMles,
tmiar, sainsd. eibn, urma, bruism Mslda
and2a=esand 'pains. TYou eed a bottle in
your house. Sold by Titaville Pharmacy
and Bmer Drug Store.

*HBIllS S AL3E
Notice is hereby give that under and by
virtue of ezeeotlo- received by me aimualt-
aeoaly sad hmod out of th boCirut Court
for Brevaid county, Florida, aalMt John R
WAlker and H. B. Mae, partenm trading un-
der the Arm names and style of John B. Wal-
ker & Co., and the Walker Hardwaru Co., in
which the following partie are plaintia in
the several suit., vis:
Mellwale, Knight & Co.; Ermet L. Rhodes
A O.; Sebwab Cothing Co.; O(aterA Chureb
ill Co; The Meal Macturmin Co.; H. B.
Claim Co.; Boe0 1 Br.. White Lead & Color
o; A Wr t Co. H. a S. Gold.
brg; Ofa=k & ; Atkina. MeKelden &
Brown Co.; Millbury AUatit Iupply CO.
The Roenfeld Co. and Bdefd Co.: l
have levied upon a will E _at pUrbe ac-
tiontotbe hlb mad bt bidder Or amobh,
during the legal boun of sale, oan Mooday,
the seventh day of December, A. D., 190, at
the oourthouse door of Brevacd county, the
followinreal estate of mid defedasats situ -
ated in Tituville, Brevard county, Florida.
towit:
"Lots one l1) and two (t) of Hatchinon's
subdivision of land described in Deed Book
**J" pe 1, Brevard County, Florida Bee.
ordo, bei a part of block D ot LeBaron's
map of Tituasville. Florida, a aled in the
clerk's oSce of Brevard county. Florida.
mid sMbdivision recorded in Deed Book "M,"
on page Oea, Brevardli (oesnty Becords, and
all the buildings, oatbUildings and attach-
meats and xztares thereon."
Said eal estate will be sold subject to the
balance due on a mortgpe held on said prop-
erty by Geo. M. bir, which balance is
fifteen hundred ($1.500) dollars and socrued
interest at seven (7) per cent from May 15.
1MB. Themid mouigase is recorded in Mort-
pg. Book "M," on page 104, and the atog-
ment thereof to Gee. M. Bobbins is recorded
in Book No. of A nmesi eta of Mortg,
OR page U.
I wll ao sell the following real estate of
the dofendants in Titmville, Florida, at the
same time aad place, towit:
BeSining at the northeast corner of block
"K," ia the towa of Titusville, Florida. from
themes run wet along the north boundary of


mid bloek adMsenoe ot W.0 feet t the
mouthwet corner of lot two (2) of aid block;
thenoe run south alont the wet line of mid
lotia d4anceof M feet; thesce rnn ea
maralll with the north lime of said lot 2 a
dtbae of W.S feet to Hopkia street;
themes run north along Hopkins Are a dis.
tame of feet the place of beginin,. be.
ag the noth M eet of lot two () of lock
"K" aecerdin to LeBaron' map of Titna-
vile oa eerd |mtheo Ake ofthe erk of the
deiat ceert for Berard emsuty, Florida.
aid real eate will be offered in separate
aaeels in the odr above described.
I will ala. darin the Ieal heu of sale,
ea the sai h dayof December. 1U08, offer
er saleto the hib eAad bet bidder for
emh, at tbe eseof Joa .R Walker &a a
Wmhluisma aaveme, in Tln vllle. Florida
Ithe 1wic,8 p..a prepeyW in said tore,
toU TI: kh hof tho leek of- dd of the
me sat m ea& hm e diapena eM-
tle a M edeiof the dsdo I M seeds
i rts h mem to eallas th *bis -s
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BALL'and

Sporting Goods
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.

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




FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76.


Corrected te o debs 1o@ 19


DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY
atpm al 0a Lv .....Jacksonville..............- r T pm *a
stI e a m Ar... .............SLA O Agne ......"v am aW6o
1It t -m .,v .....................Ormaond................ -, 8n m 4N an
* ipm 1 M Inm ................... Daytona ......... ..v -3 W we 4 na
1 1i pu 2 20 m -Tv New S yrna .,v s0 om 8 M a
ls r a 329 B- Tit.Uvile......................... 1 14m
I I't 4 12in -v C'coa................................. nm 1 8am
1S 6am 4 15 u -,v............ ............Ruckle.l1te...................... 12-am1 lan
13o I am 4 50 )a .Lv .......................Eau 12 41a 16 00 m Lv ..........Milbo.rne ...-v I 64 a 1naam
am 700 m Lv ................. ........ FL Pieree.............................. -. s m6 11 ppm
OSWm $ O >a Ar ................. We tPalm Be7sh ....... .. .........-6v 7 am s 96pm
8 am 1046 >m Lv...................... .Ft. Laiuderdale.......................... 6 am 1 pem
T am I 11 4 >)m Ar ........................... Mi.. ami................................T 600eam n w p.
W am *7a60 am Lv......................Miami...... ................. Ar 10 pm : 0 p
t 10am o10 0am Ar.......................... ..........................pm 1000p
t S pm ................. Ar...................tKn h.S Key D k............ sLv Wa
eDally except Sunday. L.unday, andl W.lne. tay Only. :Tuesdays and FrdMas oaty
PALATKA BaANCH
Lave East' EAST PAI.ATiA Ti. Arrive 1 Lee PALATKA TO EAST ,Arriveast
Palata PALATKA Palatka I'aIlarLa PALATKA Palatka
am ........o. 45 D*!I........ 5 50 ai am ....... 47 lly ...... I a
2an ...........No. 48 I'mii.v ....... 4.5 am a iJu a n....... No. 49 Daily....... 30 am
S 2 am ni......... b..D:! ......... e i 1 .1 1 k .. ........No. 1 bally ........ 11 36 am
1 0manm ....... . 1.. ....... l W I *'t j i .......... .No. 63 Dl ..... I10 pi
4apa .... . 1 1 s V ...... 4A 2.' ii ; .lJ pm .....N..... 6 Daiy.......I 4 60 pm
06 pm ....... . .. 3 7 ....... 7 lly ....
7 pm ........... ...... 7 ... ...No. 9 ally....... t p


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SAN %IAI L(G BRANLII
N" .o atI..u eALATKA Palatka


I a...\*. ....... 850 am 9 00am....... No. 50 Dally .........9 20am
3 U paI.......... Nto 8.. %5pmI 40 pis........ Nm.64 Daily......4 00pm

-L ul Pll4L31xu, -N4 tAVPORT BRANCH SoA1y1 o Da0ilN.y
2 a* pm! 6 10,pr'. 4 fs, ., .....arov........A 46a !1220pioal PIN
2 40 pin 16-101.,; -. C -. ........ ~ iah...........l7701 awn 1180am 14 50 pm
2141 pta in 6 W. P 4,L. ........... Aiart :,- 4'rh.........Lv 7 Wam:1 146n1m4 46 pw
3 00 pm 7 Ito 1I........................i,44, r4ert.........L45dam It 8am 480 pm

a. Mui" 8,.:Oraate C,, Broach Saahd &raa&-,
145pm9(t~mb'. ow formAs I 160pm 46pm *S0awILv..Ttuaraw-e.Ar. n wPua
I a1pm 1auzit o eLf. heLW&O&kA. I.#106 pin b a pon 900 OnASmjar..3af-4.Lv. 98Isam
306pm 11 uzuamLT...tarc Cky--...lw 2 M pm4lb pm U........
8.~~~&I pm U a so esCZ11it. n spm 4 00 pmL............
cONN.-TWS KAMADAT KIhTSKEYMWDOCK FMSMW ZWT AND EAVADIA.
aW-iosa Two aTAU= 86001aMedisiioat wWAONW n"beemse t os and I as
J.IL 8 A ag Ad wM1 66N s .4F d ima iof 4 to a.


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Am -ohm""' o
awaft"We"av TITUSVILLE, F

ea "sw hoB .amn L. BRADY & BR

east^^ ^1 ~im ry. Notice to Tax Pseyers eminara1n deiv_____s yw__ _____.__Aasser a sea
a ^ ^Weo we that it ha ner ben queued do to ltif T PA V
r been the t pay to the di nt 1I I I UK e
w. n how d d wmttpLame A t. G i TAPe As, F --I Illl., r
*bb itarhwtr iahrnorJenhiwge scox-sduring November f aynd December.r andll
the Ped ti Nsbraen o h ar Two per cent dontis ded e tod -u -pOf at i wompesvie Psao lW)
b ba formentin November, and e on, O e OIL, OP A,
*is. SJny. Noke to Tax Payne insa ll Sl .a ALLENHURST, FLADY. s yu r, as
Sh it, ,w. Gonor Br-ward ad ..an ~S w ul ADDSS-TITUSVILL_______
putil riendt asd have been aeogs- Tax am a..'Hla e
sh-* fl"t"i g'5 g"etp- TITUSVILLE ICE CO.OMPANY
SWe ard w oaf d i eae se ,btaryO po e av the r oe river STAPLE ) FA Y ROC
$P the mled 11. N brt a on his firs Two per cent discout is deductId N t Competlivo Prices

EeekiL but tai g war uto haveitde choae pyat ite Nr ovemriber, nd fonowe PG ASOTTWI, YIt tl CUP GiRS, iTC .
la m, B r. tv Brya h hsprcn Ien L. Van De VeerST, FLW. H. (uFord. Proprietor.
MrNel54 ho wm e at two aa nm mentad l*ade Foiurterptin d POnrT a ula ADDRESS-fT ULL V I

So, in FlorIda there Isa lsense of per- D.H.PELI Do. C. cF oLL. nhdm i rie
Sea" Gve n o boyalr fa.. pie to thedeaeat o i we s... wr i m
3d othe br,53 T3v F aloda ai ., W Nov. sl 19emmes.
e Pn"- do om ho Stafet of mperto.arCh Tisarltl for n C a .
P 'i. t It w mmtur tat t h ero r aendt i e d e.
it sea war Death of CBpt 1Ns aon hse pa adin riewmder. mllUU U 1 V.FL,
Wea..Pure P. Nelaonf of South TituactuOr. et .......o d Ti0fftville Florida ll
l Aeek m u a l nl, p but to threat beyond lat has ..-..., ...d.e...b on
MI mas.r politiin, and ous- tow.... soath rintes John L. V D ve,, W Florid Proprietor






g.s w.Wed...l.y saturday aferaproloedndpn-, ** ..........: FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
^^* K** ,. .......... L:::::::... PERFUMERY, STAT IO NERY, Eto.
.e P -- i-.or Tl o etd land ... u d bu BodM WaeL and IALoe OIa



top iWtilny eve unf that medial kill and at- Totl ranment for the week L ibeh. *
ktstion ould do had been done for Mx Il Vo, gonow. Fresh Pure Drugs and Ohemioals -
i elM hadhs launch hi oCoopeuve Otmerver. Mall order soUdtod sad pro ptl filled. Will order saythieg ww
SW, the 1th, e 1 e would .W. further c l





awMs. LG. Peek have been 3 of eanditweu& oVer One and? DtoYass Bews 3r
i t u arranged that Jb the preould, Br oekamrr MTai- -so lee beLumb ha





an 0wmptalfw da ade on that dayat his former home Wae dSL ine- o kowne |J =o.

Sthe streets. accompanied by the widow, and his v E LS. TITUVILLE FLA. F.E.C.R.R.
ut^ a Mmlf edluder damhter, inMrt. Nagelfe Whoel ea. Dri B an eToRedGo hio. ST O











69 sioaller w :DK wosuot, IU. oo Fa.C
Srdenee to the tin Monday by ofO oatarrb o reidtmkeN i"tamlyl.t0-
ot ha 5h i t DeOB aruthoC .npn the blood sa d muedoe N a. w






nb of IP din River e F. or e. Price, c. per bottle. Manufacturers of
Mr. A. M. s o mark of rope.t and the sTtold us voll eFl TDrioda n .
"e, pai to the eat f ily O i A beayINot lee.
M- a ,a y Saturhdah esteem in which he wrn held Ia I
iHI advatale member of tlat order.

HdwMialter. Mrs. Nelson will ortly return ---- SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY


l AM soety will meet from the north as she will continue Prompt attention to local orders
t Msm C. C. Houston to make Titusville her home. LS=O
rnoon. .....
p ople of Melbourne Houseboat Evergads in Florida le
*I ae service of the The houseboat Everglades, Capt. a r
| aIy evening. R. D. Hoke, belonging to Col. Kinds.
A. 0. Prnk, and S. B. Thompson, of the New York Yacht aIT ILI LOIA
a d &tlMe Bapti & ei -club, has arrived in Jacksonville, and
atM MB City Saturday after taking on supplies left the first PLA 7T I I
l of the week for West Palm Beach 0. STE1 itARTuv
a ei .d losed last and Miami. This very handsome boat TitUSVlle, Flo
i St. Paul M. E. has on board the following party: W EOPrlo rP
Mwae t Mrs. Garrison, sister of Col. Thomp-
SEverything brand new. Elaborately furnished. preciouss corridor.
eat9Lol s ev. JEB. mm, Cliff Garrison, Mr. and Mrs:. Vii ienculosed piaI
M R son, Cff Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Every room an outside one. Ventilationu. plumbing aud lighting perfe:t.
i ld at of the Herbert Garrison and Miss England. -- 2.... o feet enclosed pizzas.
Everyone It s undetod that this boat TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA CUISINE THE BEST
btlll out of could not go by the canal from St. ------ one acre of ornamental ground. surrounded by primeval palms. Its I
i t e being a bridge at one point companies of the world and any one hundred. The Palmlhurst porter meets all trains. Rte reasonable.
So business entrusted to me will re- I. N. JOHNSTON, PHILIP TOWNSEND
mla from Jacksonville to 0New Smyr- intteoProprietor Manager
E hp rh, Robbius & Graham Co. o
D KMi3ab sa 3a3r Plbus ana- (lmmrporaed) -. -- apor--s.e.d)
ea .1C am h hMaae Mum-
I nM' ---, "-river cy- ,'"'" t t Strawberry Plants...
ua m .This company owns lands in the n atrt ilnS
SIW5 -Ma a o l ad ffla Iie river country, on the St.| THE FAMOUS W. W. THOMA PLAT
as Is do Wo hatl, r es Lode river, at New river and on My plants are grown with the view of pdda
m ,s Blc ebay t f st hat wilarecp of
Umh.irmr,,t!JL PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES kInd you can afford o rdoStrawlorr" a i mo
-B I, 1pm V l on fItBecOpgrow1 Sfo calogueOlpfl
". .r, 7 ft
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