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 27, 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: VID00677
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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IBB ~rW. H. Creeson wilnoffci-
swoat johns church, Ehu Gallie,
Son na o marning-nextat 10:30 and
at St. i hrIh, tusville, on
undavev.ng at 7:0. All are cor-

Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Luks church, Courtenay, on Sunday
nmornim Nov. Nth. at 10:30 o'clock,
ad in Gabriels church, Ttt
vile on Sunday evening at 7:30.
SunMay school every Sunday at 1(
a. M.
Do You Want to Sell?
People who have motor boats for
ale or charter, will find it to theii
advantage to list them with me.
J. LoaIlA Ja.,
Titusville, Fla.
To Rest for Season 19MI9
Oak Hamu*kCam on ladian river
MN1 ad Property con
l at a eamp building of four room
d-a bofl seven rooms with
dscbsed lash of two rooms all full
teleMd for hosekpeeg, extend
fta the landea river to the Bana
iver wit han m each river. Tw
separate furmb house. Will let al
tfether or sesarate. Address
Oak Hammock Camp.

AStomobile for Sale
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FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 87, 108


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of Over LATEST IBIS Extreely Lo Prit

i,OO Tailers AID INCIDENTS on londay at KIAne's A
dby V.V. Prier co., of hPglP MONDAY, Nov. 30, 1908.
is where say order for a Children's and mimes costs, made
--- .--.suit or overcoat invih
ymweithieasure ut or overe o At A"* of handsome quality of kersey invi-Sa
yeea with as is *ecuted. PFmmber The Alpine for lodging ible stripes, colors blue and brown Dr. MIr., Dmeastt Tlim .
Wienthey and quick lunch when in Titusville. with beautiful emblem on sleeve, m=t M ,t ,a
Make Your Clothe to Order Write Bear's Pecan Nurseries, Pa worth $5.00, special Tha. g. ay t a 8 *d e. a
Also another lot made of 01odqua- ---,,o-a,-,h
yof prolt by their savings in buying for e sial prices to Flo- ity of broadcloth lined with ~satin, vacation.
materials direct from the ills, their da planters. with emblem on sleeve, colors red, Mr. G. L Madavile i
iad0itageous location in a great la- Fine new upright pianos for rent brown and navy, worth $8.00, special an electric piano a his Mbg
bor market, their superb equipment for the winter season. Address In- $4.49, sizes 6 to 15. ture show.
and perfect oi0aniUition-enabling dian River Music House, Titusville. Children's bear skin coats, lined citrus tr oan ,k
the quotation The launch Emmie, from Palatka, throughout with ami silk, rsies 3 to land. Address Indian wr
Prices Within Rech of AllU was hauled overland from Salt Lake 6, colors white, red and navy, worth series, Toledo, Florida.
We show their entire line of 500 yesterday and placed in the river on Ladies ongcoats, handsomely tail- Mr. F. P. 1y, of Warn a.,
hadsme fall and winter fabrics, her way to West Palm Beach. ored, made of the best quality, in probably arrived at his winter heom
many of which are exclusive, and We are pleased to state that Mr. this lot we have castor only, worth in Oak Hill by this dat.
guarantee satisfactory fit, style, S. N. Gladwin is steadily improving $12.00, special $5.9. Mr. Rfus obbin arrived hm
workmanship and value on any order from his long illness and is able to Ladies rubberized silk coats, in from Stetson Wednesday to Mws
placed with us. get about out doors a little this week. beautiful stripes, worth $18.00, spec- until the first of next week.
WINSTON S. BRANNING Several motor boats carried quite il $11. Mrs A rtrm
Headquarters for Style and Value a crowd of people to the oe was a ial 29 cents ech Monday only. covers, spec- Mrs. 0. A. ae pa- s
last Sunday, and as the day w a ial 29 cents each, Monday only. terk Mie a rie pad Ti I oa.,
Titusville, Florida. perfect one, had a .most enjoyable Rogers "1847" knives and forks, fice a ple mntMawhio
time. this is guaranteed to wear 20 yea or te day rom se ar
usually sold for $6.00 per dozen, Mon- of refuge.
Trained Vocalist Here Mrs. Cramer B. Potter, of St. day $4.M for set (6 knives and 6 The F. E.C. railway prI sto
All those interested in music will Petersburg, left this morning for her forks.) s ..c run four trains mK bep
home, after pleasant visit of about Ladies' suede gloves (chamois) tween Jacksonville and Mimi
be glad toIknow that Titusville may ten days with her sister, Mrs. W. S. with two pearl clasps, thistis one of menacing Jan. 4th. This will be
have the benefit of securing the ser- Branmng. the best gloves on the market, worth nest service ever given by that r
vices of superior singer and vocal in- Miss Mary Stones, who is teaching $1.00, special Monday only, 59 cents ittle .e Colli.a.
structor. school in New Smyrna, spent Thanks- perpir, colors black, white, gray pe from einot
Miss M. Klebs, a cultivated and re- ving with her father and mother, and brown. duck s hot while upo
fined vocalist, a native of Germany, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stones, and will uLadies' k cors wha The little fellow was badly t54
who st syershadher remain until Sunday. quality, 22 button, in all colors, worth Thelitle .......e -aly
who for the past six years had her $2.rema unt unday00, special $1.25 per pair. the stray shot striking the beekdM
vocal studio at the Rembrant, New Dr. and Mrs. Harry G. Utley moved Ladies' linen handkerchiefs with leg-
York, is spending the winter atMer-nto the Renaker cottage on Wash- embroidered initials, putup 6 in a The dance at the opera ho ,
York, is spending the winter at Me- ington, avenue Tuesday, leaving the box, worth $1.00, Monday's special, needay night was largely atteed
i tt. Gaulden cottage vacant for the first 49 cents per box of 6. and the young folks pamed the tim
She is dirous of organizing a class time since it was almost rebuilt about Special prices in boys' suits and away most pleasantly until the ad.
in vocal music and as she comes high- two years ago. knee pants. night hour tripping the light fa
ly recommended our people have an The houseboat Everglade, owned Also special prices in ladies' ready- tastic.
opportualty for securing the services by Col. Thompson, of New York, made suts and skirts. rder our earrie
*of one -well U taianed mp ._ mention of her arrival in Florida be- JuLIus KIUNE, Oirder winour mannerr fI
of one well trained andeompshed in TH S k last hFrdaytusvorida. "iner, ew t'
a a vocalist. arrived here Friday afternoon and .-machin Agency, Paetc. f d e 10
Miss Klebs, who studied the elder laid at the city dock for several hours "The Devil" Played in Titusville 20 per cent. Write for partiela
Lamperti method several years in It- before leaving for"Jensen, Capt. Hoke The Devil" was played to a pack- Agents Cyphers incubators and sop-
aly, is also endorsed by Madame L. in charge. ed hall in the Titusville opera house plies.
Cappiani to teach her excellent sys- The Indian River and Lake Worth last Saturday night and everyone Mr. Gus Martin, a prominent
team for voice placing.i's book Pra- sentE. P. Porer and the Eldred was well pleased with both the play young man f Port Orange, spent
Madame L. Cappiani's book "Pr- to Stuart growers have sent F. G. and the actors. Sund Martin was here only adbut
tical Hints and Helps for Perfection McMullen to Washington, where they Mr. Whiteman, in his splendid por- a month since itseems to that
in Singing" has just been published will appear before the ways and trayalof "Dr. Milo," the leading there must be an for him
in New York-meeting with great means committee and endeavor to ray of "Dr. Mio," everth and even down this be an attracy.tion
suce>. ~secure a tariff on Cuban pineapples, character, was everything and even down this way
esmee more hnol be expected in that Stubbs, prominent
Miss Klebs, who is also an accom- Major C. E. Graves, of Melbourne more than could be expected in that Mr. Stubbs, a prominent hotel
Beach, spent part of Saturday and exacting part. man of Georgia, who runs the Bmown
pushed linguist, is willing to arrange Sunday in Titusville and made THE Myrtle Hulburt, as Olga, has one House, in Macon, the Pulatki, in Sa-
for classes in German, French or Ital- STAR office a pleasant call Saturday of the most difficult roles to play, and son, and Mr. Chas. MeRae, of MeRae,
ian. afternoon, the major complimenting the success of the drama at times Ga., were here last Saturday on a
Anyone desiring further informa- THE STAR for being the only paper fi ne handling of the visit to their friend, Mr. Henry Prit-
tion please address THE SAR office the county thatublished the officialrests upon her fine handling of the visit to their friend Mr. Henry Prit-
canvass of the Brevard county elec- emotional parts and quick changes. chett. -
Special Methodist Revival tion. Miss Emerson, who takes the part FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Specialof Nina, was formerly a resident of Jap --lac, house and boat paint
Preaching Sunday morning at 11 WRITE TO-DAY formerly a rand Columbia batteries
otclng unday morning at 11 Ri OAY Fort Pierce, and is a daughter of Tarr & Wonson copper paint.
o'clock and in the evening, 7 o'clock. To an River Music HouseTi- Mr. Chas. S. Emerson, formerly pub- Ostermoor and felt mattresses
Revival services all through the week tusvgic, for their new plan for buy- lisher of the News of that place. Globe-Wernicke book cahn
D at 2:30 and 7 p. m., Evangelist W. in a piano or organ for cash. It Miss Emerson has only recently gone CHAS. A. GARDNER. 'Phone 342
H. Mcleod, of Fort Myers, will do wl bc a revelation to you. on the stage, but has talent and is -
the preaching, he is expected Mon- -- bound to succeed. To the Friends of Temperance
rday or TueedaysO Grand Supe r The company was well pleased with In order to defray the expenses of
r Mr. MeLeod has had quite an ex- On Wednesday evening. Dec. 2nd, their reception in Titusville and spent thc campaign against the sale of in-
Sperience catching alligators, killing 1908, there will be an oyster and ice tneirrecept thcain ag aneale
deer, turkey and other wild game, cream supper held in the Gray build- Sunay re. iof money will be required and we so-
m ng, on Washington avenue, under licit subscriptions from everyone who
and also driving oxen. You cannot the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't has the success of the "dry side" at
well afford to miss hearing him the Presbyterian church, the pro- Men's clothing, new and up-to-date heart. Send funds to Rev. J. B.
preach. He is now in a meeting with ceeds to be used to paint the church, styles. We will also place on sale Hawk, Eau Gallic, Fla.
* Dr. Hudson in Charlotte Harbor. This will add to the attractions of about 500 pairs of men's trousers. - -.--. .
Ask God's blessing upon these ser- the town when painted, so all are in- prices ranging from $1.50 to $6.W. W. 0. W., Attention
Spovited to come and help make this Jt'.it's KLINE. There will be a special meeting of
I vices. move a success Tius1 FloriThere wi11 be a special meeingof
move a success. Tiusie riatusvie oriusville camp No. 141 on Monday
s For Sale Orange and Grapefruit Wras New Bean Seed evening, Nov. 30, at 8 o'clock. All
SOranAe fnd Grpefrut Wred New members are requested to attend.
A pen of eight fine thorough bred. Received, carload of orange and l.ooos to 1, and Extra Early ef-, F. N. HITCHCOCK,
e Witte wyanofl e cgckens.F all ex- grapefruit wraps the best quality, on ugee bean seed. Price on applica- Attest Consul Commander.
cpt two full grown Further o r- Nov. 25. Will be pleased to have tion. E. L. Brady & Bro., (;rocers. HARRY WILSON.
ticulars address M.. care STAR oieyour orders. Titusville. Fla.


Shot Deer From Ste boat D EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. It's Up to You
omEau Gallie, Fla. For Sale To buy a Bridgeport (The Motor
While coming up the river last Fri- Dentistry Lot 29 of Quinby's plot, Aurantia. that Motes) while the special No-
Sday on his return from Bassinger, entstry For information address vember and December discount is on.
Capt. L. E. Minx, of the steamer All kinds of dental work at reduced O0. NEESON, Send for catalogue and booklet.
Juanita, shot and killed a fine buck prices for this month. 13 Lake Place. New Haven, Conn. They tell you all about it.
from the deck of his boat. On the Dentos boat now located at city! FRED N. HITCHCOCK, Agent,
t. trip down Captain Minx reports that dock, Titusville. For Rent Titusville, Fla.
be sawqwte a number of deer, and - F
he failed to get them, the presump- For Sale A two story house fronting on the Gun Repair Shop.
tion being they were only wounded Ideal site for Florida winter home Banana river, central between Ca- Guns stocked and shotguns re
and managed to scramble away in in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet naveral and Artesia postoffices. For bored. All work aranteed.
the weeds. He says he saw at least on Indian river. Several bearing Particulars apply to Mrs. L. A. Mack- HENRY BENECKE. Titusville, Fla
Sa.do en deer along the river banks orange and grapefruit trees. enzie, Canaveral, Fla.
b on his trip down and back. Address, P. O. Box 125, Notice
I Orlando, Fla. Barpin Sale Young man from the north wishes
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Sa aute of doorsH. sR. H. tgrowge Duke ofa-
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Deapity,' the sporfolk (the premier duke



pel ui8tyd) aud the Duke of West-
er. ted weaelthet of the latter co atry
Seit ther hearty encouragd with thement and the
Slpatro ent of the aocmplety rthe Society
atuisoag personagf R. the Duke ofMar-



heMoness of Londonderry. the Earl of
Albemn:rle. Viscount Colville. Lleuten-
eat General Sir lan Hamilton. Ma:ijor
General Sir Alfred Turner. Lieutenant
Oeusral W. W. Rrlsa-oe. Lieutetant
General F. Lance. Mator Gene-al Sir


R. B. Love. Majo. Genm-rl W. Il. 3!c-
KbanoM. Major Genera' %. C. Cod-
rltaton and many ot.-ro.
The president of the organization is
; am other than the gre t fled mar-
shal Barl Roberts, who bas been so
active is promoting the cause of min-
S tfe rit practice as well as mill-
. try ad Uilias rifle practice iton ge
Sal throuhbot the British empire.
%Te only orgamiatlon In the United
Stati w bhch approaches the support
given the Esglish society 1i the Na.
. ti l Rife association.


We may alsoW thankful that the
bhailant stars and planets now smillng
ao us are not looking for votes or
(Chbmas presents.

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eae these a wen as a
eer rImatUkmee, valuable
IB- B It ;is bebeva tmt the
m .e ws R e a b ea to serv the base-
SaI mgials at the country well by
poeWm8 hr them the autheatie S-fig
ges tog the proterma es In ev-
ya desatm Sa of the pSaem eof pmis-
e te Vters to l bgues abl ever wthe

MU e E usmy Deeed.
1Ap3ly the current criticism of
eSr method of using our natural re-
ew to tel production. the troop

The wto soft the servation asocla-
ties houli e a bNtlvW anW not do-
utsotaWse d It would be quite well It
the rk were i rte with a frank
resstien at wat ft a postive fat-
that the reat aa s t the problems to be
worked set a m et problems which are
sew to the world, but are problems which
are mew to them United States; that there
anm ready ea deawere to eN ma et
them that* It w pay better to bead the
enery to ensuring the adoption of amu-
tions whibeb have already been adopted
ab d than to endeavor to develop new
solution. In the course of me we salI
doubted td problem for wbhis we
e the sluti ourselves. but
for some years to come It will probably
be better for us to follow as rapidly as
possible the exampless which have boen
seel by elder countries.
Admitting that our methods of steel
consumption are wasteful this paper
says, "The use of better steel and bet-
ter forum of steel should he encour-
aged." Over three tons of crude ma-
terial are used to make one ton of
steel rafit. The weight of waste could
be reduced and that of the Bfushed
product Increased, but the steel would
be taferior. So it may be "saving at
the pigot and losing at the bung" to
reduce the volume of waste Into the
process of manufacture and turn out
Inferior products.

A Real Old New Yorker.
There died recently a nephew of
Washington Irving who bad known
New York by heart for more than
three generations. He was there as a
child and schoolboy and as an octo-
genarian gentleman of leisure and
during all the years between. In his
boyhood Mr. Irving lived near the
present city ball and Manhabsttan en-
trance to the Brooklyn bridge.
Marvelous changes have taken place
In New York during this one life.
which began when It was an over-
grown town and ended in a metropolis
of 4.000.000 Inhabitants. Mr. Irving
saw plays In the Park theater, oppo-
site the historic Astor House. and at-
tended Columbia college. which was
only a block or so from his home. The
social and Intellectual life of the city
then centered below "the canaL" a
locality now Identified with Canal
street. Needless to say that this oc-
togenarian beheld New York trans-
formed many times and died a stran-
ger to his own city.

The American balloonists who threw
out sand during their 4.000 foot plunge
at Berllu had sand all right. but they
aere not : bit particular who stood
under when they 'bucked the bags
ovwrbard

F*.,di:,aid the .;ldeu. *';f :naele
".-7.i r *f BtU;it..ri;." oi uol one of the
oiyra lbouffe type ,t p,.tty rulers rath
er :i:n *l' .;er'utJ iu :.an likl* KI'g Ed
ward of Fugland

'lItupul slitniJm !s the e'w o tnte fo.t'"
.in old f:td tih:it )has borne much lie vil


fruit In tlie Almilie 4f -atftitip" :aInd
otber freagkliln rumbles4 from the qsafe
and '-:,ne i:th


it took Castro itut n.,, ir); I to ;et'
"sick" as it did Hllll:,t:d to fit out fo ur
wasrbips to attend to his ci;se.

Now and iho:i llnth newspaper head.
line "Rfefruing %V:0ll Str us bow history repeats Itself.

Better to have dared and bumped
you shits than not have dared at all


CASTORIA


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m aIs was te nemeat te ie
9s3e- a wman bralving the po*er at
the emP pa sas e and mIns =m the
seaold uwhm gvbgi hwer nb r the
taken at tp h uft of theft eh tanr

The ma or ornmas reumes wMeb
un otaig ton paruiular to the
*owneu o often wnamtutable Somo-
body puS fSor a leek of Nap.
lee's hbar. and another body gave
As oer a smaller lock from the head
of Ld No eo. The purebhasers tIn
these eass may have ared from sen-
timent. rely It was seutIment on
the part of an admirer of Thackeray
that coaxed $16 from a presumably
lemdgr purse for a lock of his hair.
The part that mere association can
play In the curio business Is shown to
the case of Sterne, the author, whose
wig brought $1.000. although It didn't
contain a hair from his own bead and
probably figured originally at $10 on a
chargee account" which the wigmaker
never could collect. John Bunyan's
anvil was sold not long ago for $1.300
and will never go begging at that
price, but one would suppose that the
Frencb would pay $200.000 for the
chance of making kindling wood of
the desk of Prince Metternich rather
than have It preserved In any museum
of history. This price the French gov-
ernment gave for the piece of furni-
ture which once held the secrets of
the Austrian diplomat who overmatch-
ed Napoleon and then tortured his son.
the Prince of Reichatadt. The memen-
to of the monster Marat'a flnial awd of
Metternich's triumph should change
olaces.
What Would You Do?
In c of a brn or cald what would you
do to relieve the pain? Such injuries are li-
able to occur in any family uand everyone
should be prepared for them. Chamberlain's
Wave agpled on a soft cloth will relieve the
pain almost instantly, and unlesthe injury is
a very severe one, will cause the pta to heal
without leaving a ecar. For ale by Titus-
ville Pharmacy.

Big Armament to the Fore.
Our peace cruise would have been a
cheap affair had we sent to the far
east a bunch of antiquated ships fit
only for the .-rap beap. To be pow-
erful and yet peaceful conveys a moral
lesson. Perbaps as nations go. how-
ever. the practical lesson of our cruise
takes deepest bold. England has sud-
denly dropped her limited armament
programme and will not stop short of
a navy the equal of any other two.
England long held that supremacy
which made It seem futile for any na
tion to try to match her In ships. Ger-
many wanted to do so. but the strain
seemed too breat. With England still
building, her rival must build twice an
fast In order to catch up even. But
when England slackened her pace in
construction Germany saw her chance.
and at the rate of progress the past
two years she would soon have more
battleships of the first class than Eng-
land. Some day perhaps in the old
world the best navy can play the role
of peacemaker, but before that we
shall be likely to see the peace broken
In order to decide which of the navies
afloat Is the best.

A Hair's Breadth Escape
I) you know that every time you have a
queiigh or cold andi l-t it run on thinking it
will .i1,t cure ite.wlf yeui are. inviting pntu-
mDi1. i1tal1iumptioni or sini. other pulmonlary


trouihle. Don't risk it. Put your lungs Iack
in pertfect health and stop that cough with
liallard's Hor-thouind syrp. Price .wc.. 5W..
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n nL r, nH W g. aae es t emt od t n e mi an I
tn ~,- w a -s
aensp a t inm tens ad ear POf es as -a tlabS].4
ew deano a at at e by b aW urnS t
SMot. e, at WEarsm- Mwan m y la w d own Iae n

Stm*ma e s ac tke a iator ioaat ef te le age ea a s nm t r oe t : at _a t-t t
a& ee t dlamaaO pIowenr fuo ma the eam tit a I IM do r
s ry ar sDa lt ss a tsg it th clay i a larse per- -se utdamVb W a ,C .
etweewu laebor mmd enpil aIStane of cresote. fe the ani- Maf y men and women have a bees S Ia
Wh mO ad.eda agisdmr .m- s a have the tooae they plaster ddned loa before retcag threae- W aai es b nl I
Ms s earbvo~~~r by vluntary arbtratlin bh o the cavity as a needy. score and ten ove the disoree ryt ethatm l'
Sbegsa w hicBo The cr oo ften kile s the obamd- they were not past the age of len S. Wthey ae sea p a
E h bae thatatrik asaa ekouta may History has nameros namsa to age aamalay ar ttZ a go
SB. agea become extremely rare and per- e"hty **Ire, law r show that Lord Brassey has not mad of the attas. Unuay thay as.
*J a po| vb9~f ly l~mienated from lndus One of the Vanderblat descedasat a new record. However. his example balnt new tSr twa ecomeams h l mt
4W tsiM pr Mobe m. Certain features of excsed a lfth of degeneracy by say-. and the others cited ar not for the case, being Is haae, the t.pwlr a
M it bi te t anada law which went aInto force ag "The commodore. my grandfa- old espeelally. What can be done after cort took pommSIo of the hem Sa A
1w i d o0 become compulsory once pma thSe was a high roller, and so I must sixty can be more easily dose long be- richb It l edy a'vly C,.
swmrp ,eatmLa ed have bees Instituted by el- a high roller too." About that fore forty if one has the aame tcef- %s rdrt wat ra v i ma "
a ta l turi of the parties to a dispute. In time rract Galton appeared as the tire. Although about everythim worth thousand doan er
a Mi ~ a both partlea m t jn t a mouthpiece for a acence wbdcb taught while In the world's literature ia print- Aer o p had om atM
a Us pbb low req ms for arbitration. the iron law of heredity. Later came ed in English. It is well known that the poor rich man was ctM wth as
alMa I M d la i The Canda law compels publcty a voke cry ing a the wilderness of the thought of a writer cannot be ren- expensive house apo bhi hands i
S W nnea m w whSoever a case Is brought before tme paimuism created by the Galtoo doe- dered in Its original force In q foreign which neither he or ay other
%ft ftIe h beard of arMtration. In angland th ttrine, the good old gospel that the tongue. But In a practical way the man could ever live. o ab he we
Se d a 8 is e otirely permissive In charie- world Is what we make ilt" and our argument of years ago that living lan- to lU a It to Mr. patt for a teI ,
r a givesM the boar of trade power characters are acquired and not tran- guages should be studied in our M hr i ofAs a
U e e M o a comellator and arbitrator mted. Biologist Welman was this schools In preference to dead ones hfas tn o sh t w h I
OK n ow r4a. Wr Jay labor dispute submitted at the new prophet. been ustified. We have (German and eth n- ae mo
hMe e M |k N M. fl rsequsat of thI contestants. Last year A recent book on heredity by an other foreign communities now In the, It, la testing to know S ane of
hey x e IM te ub th board o tervened to thirty-flne American compiler. J. A.. Thompson. United States where a native teacher. bed upon which poor Ta l S id 'et
i at t M. a ases d s at eted thirty-two. During iterprets for the lay reader the so- leader or business man has the advan- bar weary bons. It was a brist l a
fla w kb Wn* the gSt eight month of 190 forty- clological signifcanee of W,-Isrn'- tage in his work If be knows the form built new for the eaes C a-
Lew ePgk s flgi ve ea wea ubmitted and settle- the doctrine that human character is mother tongue of the people he aims der it a small cavity was left, opem lag
YI PiM mst reached in thirty-Ave of them up od In Its development rather by to reach. Even If the speech be not through the house wall to the o uter
'ii seed i e r to ept 1. soma of the remaining conditions than lnberitance. It would mastered the ability to read the books ador and k n tha bfe oc mebsoda
t.1 a g s at m *fa bae a the uandeed. So well has the be trae f t hi r elements of and t newspapers read by our cit- all night to keep her aerial h
a S m eapdstah wii aot plan worked during the past twoyears man's nature dld not enter Into the ens of foreign birth Is an advantage warm. Even for an empress' hab
heto -fl ta s- es .*b that It Is proposed to have a standing proeow of natural selection as the In- This Is practical, and merely as nn in- tion no stove or bathtub wae put e *
T- p 8 la- tha eourt of arblitrstne with varied mem- divdual reached out to hbls environ, tellectual exercise the study of an the house.
gU amessB i a am, w h e rsp ment Welsman has. of late revised alien tongue can be made worth while
S h S a aif f the a d. some of his original theories, but still gOur Investaena t io w a ee.
Ur. ItuW a1m wit e two a me .,.t gy SW ado i2 n wos boau nhe eor In sot teo ne cese mtor-tat is to mp y, appetites and tJohn Whi of88 H d venue, public the fact that over t0000 h
- R -b Wm O In cam an pb effort to cnsreeve th o cinera--that Holiay aderlte ad ton, Maine, mn "Have been troubled
lyeM nS atural 0weou ces of the country queo habita-are not tranamltted. The few with a couh every winter and prin. Ist wa sent home "to the folks" In 180
l bnasl predo po on we do thave wi ter I tnred many dvertied remedies, but by te Irisab living into the altod
S ge and ee temaaa of aeg bi ma t naturawly artid av to how ihe t ho continued udnvi I bought y. States. Some of tis mone went its
? m Wbfl IViB wI Ua wfi ml, hr the aate may ecroach upon pri may be opped off. and we are not bottle of Dr. King's New Doovery; beforee o t
Ss tm aa n vats rtht The Idea I prevalet only responsible for our actions but. at wam half goe, the eogh w all tone. the coffers of steamsbtp compared for
Tme b aui d Ws a that one an must not be permitted what is more agreeable, we can be our ed; a few dte once more p ni r hed he n- ticket to bring out more Iamigrants
t p t e to so e t own property as to mea- own benefactors as we go thrgh dud coush. I am now convinced that Dr. from Ireland. However It ws spent.
t -"- aseet e q wacea oat Ia Kig-' New Disorveryishe bet 'of all cough Europe got it and got millons- moraeJ
i a and lung remedica" Sold under guarantee-
e e T p rteiple that absolute owner- a Banner Drg Store. ae andi l.00. Trial from Italian, German and Norwegie
R ft t p does not INte"d over co f tdth re Chael Bateorpris bottle free. Immigrants and settlers ere. very
S. t S I c ta e wa e Justfcation If needed for our new Farer. mechanic, railadera, laborers year there is a strm ofmoey e -
Sertl wu recently a md Jti tn n d or .r ne rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Takee the ed In this country i n l the wamr wy.
SavIe hO e d al ma by the United States supreme court enthusiasm about waterways may be sting out of cuts. burns or bruises at once. m.
'The el tg party will coaat Sf The Sate's police power to restrict the had from the example and experience Pain cannot stay where it i used But perhaps without our intending It
bat tw 'ey.As paeas, tinclieg cutting of wild forests by private of Canada. The Dominion is now Cohtls Wirele curre .. this i the wlaest investment we ca m
Stwo Amvy owners was cballenged. It was dec pushing to completion the Trent canal, Teaolan ems tohae side- ake with the returns on immigrant
a havae paed eas as appeal that the state as quasi work upon which has been more or uT ae, oaneleras u ss H ie abor.
it p aa tere 0ite. Nota saeeg ma iter tracked !be new telegraphy sp n A member of the British parliament
St will be t er- fitful since t w begun event phenomenon for the curious to wonder recently declared that every rish -
Whome beam thy, 1 wI b ll- eats of the public "to protect the at- years ago. As shown by this project over. Maxim, Edion and other ax migrant is worth $1.30 to Ameriea
a as eted e' mosphere, the water and the forests" Canada I alert to the necessity of pert, wbo always get a bearing ar Some Immigrants from certain other
s aa flh pape BsW wat without respect for the wishes of the links connecting her existing water- tling about the prospects of onti lands are not worth anything but e
t be s s t to p la at private owners of the land concerned. ways both natural and artificial gating the air Instead of propeyi detriment, yet, throwing the out ,
Spl. IHe w nt e sprised, It Is further held that wild Umber Tb Trent canal, upon which .000,- about powerful electrical currents of the account, ywe are nding oSu
a e. It to est of that land was originally the property of 000 has been expended, can be com- ning loose in the air. in the ocean and only a fair dlend upo the l bor
Sthe state a that the state may re plted, it is believed by the minister in the earth which man is to harness capital which we get from th It
e pot o t drift wllbe start Its use without compensation to of canals, at a cost of T2,000.000 motre. ilthi e irt If tkan itoaa a...be..t .e. -. r
h be bun o bY i es r ac t o r t*


s t m a tonwwa or re mI
Alsas b" he id. Tbere we wl
at to me of the large ice oe
atmers edge of tboe e pael

- i- taa marf-ee aof the I
and them leave us I charge
ma eamahip. We will pro
ase to term a settlement ul
latlaU ebe Iand. Tbaes lee I
team ht to thirty et thick
s as tlae as Oantral park,
Mahatta laltd. They are 4
- aad the edges cotlsa
mt e forming the ie pack."
Be sM the rason for ma
toaad aot log amd ce asks
ae it that If te oee aboard q
a be recovered eaQly from I
e. mra If a few bMojld
teamS will rmais to up
needs of tea xplornl
Asked bow fat he thought t
would be after his ship had
part of thea ee boe, he aMd:
"We will be forced along at a
age rate of two mie each
fear hoas-that sla to say, one
of latitude a month-and k a
parallel to the course of the J
aS De lass expedition and
Yran of Nameem's expedltio
ewe. however, will be
ae s ahe Arctic iee pack lm
acr theS margin, as was t
with Da Law and Naumea."
"How toag do you think th
.W pAtr sauhrti was aaked
4A we are to drift amid
ta ta. through Bead of uno
a drift of the pack, where
ave mor- swtly than it dc
the coast lim-we probably u
m abost fw years n th u
dift. We wl have driftd
awI curva fe oat fe arti
lg ad pal abs f lway It
S dlt. We wfll p right o

hSe hal SetI


the present owners.

Leaves are supposed, like sunshine,
to "fall upon good and bad alike," but
you can't make your neighbor whose
yard is "all Uttered up" by your shade
trees take comfort from that philoso-
phy, even though you give him the
bet end of it.

Unless there's a chorus of "What
I was It all about ?r from future Balkan
Peterkins when they recall the latest
rumpus It will be because the young-
sters are wiser than their daddies.

Unless some one picks up that $2.500
prize for crossing the English channel
In so aeroplane very soon the Wrights
will be offering to do the stunt flying
backward.

The fierce arrays In the Balkans sim-
ply gave the South Americans a
chance to draw their war belts tighter.

Lucky for Mr. Roosevelt that Africa
has no big stick to enforce forestry
reserve and game laws.

Very natural for the Swiss to win
out In that international balloon race.
They are oron and bred to go In high
altitudes

The brisk demand for typewriters
in Turkey probably means more words
than deeds out of the Young Turks.

Chauncey Depew's "three new cam-
paign jokes" turned out to be old ones
with new pure food labels

With every community having its
traction problem, there must be a lot
eO people In distraction.


The enterprise is in the nature of the
canalization of small elongated lakes
comprising a large part of the river
Trent. It will pour the commerce of
the western lakes Into the ocean
through the waters of Ontario and the
St. Lawrence river. It will also open
the western lakes to local canal com-
merce. now confined east of Ontario
Canada has already expended over
$100.000.000 on canals, and as a ip ble competitor to our own waterway
Improvements the progress on the
Georgian bay link Is worth watching
from this side the border.

It was a great feat for an operator
In Honolulu to pick up a wireless mes-
sage from the bead of Puget sound.
but it will be a still greater feat when
the Honolulu station can exchange
wireless messages with the far end of
the Sandwich Islands and do it every
hour In the day

Rather late In the day to "blaze thb
trail" to water in the desert,. as wa?
suggested at the irrigation congress
but this Is surely a case of "bette:
late than never"

.lust as the walking for health fat
sets the city grownups "hikiug" tbt
youngsters' roller skating fad trips I
up.

The shab's shootingng up" of the Per-
sian parliament was a "flash in the
pan" in the sensation line compared
to the explosion which threw the "czar
of the Bulgars" and the octogenarian.
Francis Joseph, into the limelight as
sovereigns with minds of their own.

The Chinese whip the circulators of
war scares. If they would push a
chunk of that sort of yelloww peril"


W11,1 1151 Will.Les currelil
is to be controlled and subordinated
to man's uses the practical mind
would prefer to see that developed
ahead of the flying machine.
Marconi, the wizard of the wireless
up to date. had no startling announce-
ment to make during bis recent visit
to this country. The wireless Is work-
Ing somewhere all of the time with
practical certainty, but only on a
radius limited to a couple of hundred
miles However. this is at sea. where
there could be no cominuieantilon
whatever but for the manipulation of
the Hertz waves Mr Marco-i tad-
mits the trouble to his system hv thli
variation In the power of transmission
duo to the state of the weat hr i-'or
hours on many days and u tallyoy
mornings and .evoeninrrz the lipower is
weak and may ea ., a: ilrtlogether In
this field lie the problems confronting
the wireless In th,. air. and they are
more complieatn.,l than any which
bare baled Inventors dealing with
currents transmitted by wire.

BEST FOR THE

BOWELS
I? y.in haven't a regular. healthy movement of the
b' .1 e. ry da. ),u're lIl orwill be. Krepyjur
b..... ..* u. a.j be well. Fuceo. In the shape of
.,:. p '.t ,h; cl r or ill poison. is dangerous The
e:m, ,'i.-'.t easiest, moat perfect way of keeiMg
tL.e l clear and c'ean at tao ka
AB CANDY
CATHARTIO a


UAT 'm UKE nANDY
PMmmaat. table Poftnt. Taste Good. Do
eoo. ZNWev SbSwi. *omka or oGripe s,3 Snd
e e s ta pbe. Wseo ar Eor simple. and book-
letom hbe at.dM.s =s
$bo lh h -Ove


the expectation o seeding money
back home that brings the majority
of the very beet immigrants here. So
long as the chance of doing so brings
them and keeps them and tempts oth-
ers to come we need not complain un-
less they shall displace native laborers
and swell our ranks of unemployed.

A New Daager S1gaa Devsle.
Warning sights and sounds on the
outside cannot always be relied upon
to make the engineer of the mile a
minute railway train sit up and take
notice of trouble ahead. Scotland has
its oilers and is not immune to terri-
ble accidents, and from there is her-
alded by Consul Higgins an electrical
device that whistles or rings a bell
at the ear of the engine driver that
would waken him even if asleep.
The device consists of a "ramp." or
bar of T iron. properly mounted and
insulated and connected when desired
with a battery. The "ramp" sla placed
between the rails, and a shoe fixed on-
derneath the engine rubs over the
"raunp" for a distance of forty to six-
ty feet In this way by a code of
signals a whistle or a bell may ap-
prise the engineer whether be has dan-
ger or a clear road ahead. It Is claim-
ed that neither dirt. grease. snow nor
frost can Interfere with the danger
signal and that an accident to the ap-
paratus will sound It anyway, so that
while it may occasionally give a false
alarm It never fails to work at the
right time. *
Balloting machines were used to
twelve states at the late election, but
they'll not he used again in some com-
munlties if the voters have the say
about them.

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lMa ad tionm of
n eebi. to
Lj s -O the 'Stand-

11ssat he is
Sett 9mo, of the
mi1d awording to
h Depublicman plat-


in the on-


^i lh pr toposed A cttionhe
lm w mboth Pn em

HU ew amnts per rate.
H tela~ mso 6 the surket isof
m et hf^ ftfie as abundane of
e, woib ieal one the trees
r|M&s EWghnfortenats con-
W h A about ty lack of
md matem, and it is
:Vo to Florid&

All So P proposed constitutional

., t-* toaIt has been sometime

-~ 1W o dvthe voters oe this
A0 n m Thepeopeare tired of the
bis" s t-ion brought upon them
Sofsomanylawsdur-
be w A t wo i If

Sw replied the state
ad 6"opla of the s.tae would be

lbmw T-im1 the highest hmc tre-
!.,, N W -lsbhtaor ten yearsago
td oah tax was thre mills. It has
bem-d ower 100 per cent since


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*e xtra Session
n sveral moths past Governor
Nas Broward has seriously
.a---e- d' the calling of an extra
ss of the legislature, which has
e Ma dd eomiderable uneasiness
memg the people who could see no
M f l m s extravagance.
ib U aThursday, 12th, the gov-
nor declared that there was no ne-
easity for the extra session and.
Stherore, he would not call the law-
makers together.
The governor was in Tampa to ex-
mime the progress male on the fit-
tig upof the dredgeboat Miami with
maihinery and frame superstruc-
twe.


Peanst Politics of Small Variety
One of the first official acts of Gov
onor Gilchrist should be to displace
every one of the "perniciously ac-
tive" inspectors of convict camps
ete., who spent their time traveling
ver the ate in the interest of thO
primary." "To the victors belong
the.o l"ainesville Sun.
This paper hopes that General Gil.
Swilw take a higher view of tbh
A lAs of hkiofoe than is indicated
In th*aew itewa. If a man hao
mb is ad oial he ought to hi


* e:htb he t y reabme & T4


Md. lo


& nh satd dne itoeb
w MGM'1110, to twenty -
it* e ge q t. hy lost about
4 t w hMd outo af total of 6,000.
k GoIme tteNews.


1 hevurd County Anti-Saloon
heg mest at Coeoa on Nov. 18th
mi s Neseted the old officers. A
Iwo aUmber were in attendance,
d l da g of entire confidence to
v the county dry pervaded the
Satg. C-unmltt-es were appoint-C
ed for the various precincts and a
vigoros campaign will be opened at
one*.
Some of the best lecturers will be
engaged to speak at various points
and every minister of the gospel is
earnestly requested to take up the
work in their church.
' Most encoumrat~i reports were re-
eeived regarding the colored vote.
In spite of claims to the contrary,
the colored people are awake to the
danger to their race from the saloon
and will record a majority of their
votes for prohibition.
The officers of the league are Dr.
G. W. Holmes, president, Sharpes,
Fla.; R. N. Andrews, 1st vicepresi-
dent, Cocoa, Fla.; Rev. J. B. Hawk,
treasurer, Eau Gallie, Fla., and G. F.
Paddison, secretary, Eau Gallie, Fla.
colds ad aroup in Children
"My little ii sbaledt to colds," ays
Mr. Wm. i8. No. 41 fafth St., Wheel-
in W. Va. "Ia winter she had a severe
sepell and a terrible sough, bet I cared her
with Chamiersin's Cough Remedy without
the aid of a doetrw, mad my little boy has been
eu*ted *may tmims feom having the croup
tbetimelymseofthissmp. This remedy
is fr sale by Titusville Pharmacy,.
Dea't th kthat lle ea't beucomed. Thou.
as of obstinat emmae have been cured by
Dean's OIntmit. 0 cents at any drug store.
Did Catholics Elect Him?
From the Pnata Gorda Herald.
Several Florida newspapers, in-
cludingthe Bartow Record, DeFuni-
ak Breeze and Jasper News, assert
that Mr. Taft owes his election to
the support given him by members
of the Roman Catholic church, and
they sustain the assertion with some
apparently good reasons. Their ar-
gument is that the Pope and other

dignitaries of the church, feeling
grateful for the fair and very liberal
settlement made by Messrs. Roose-
velt and Taft for the church property
in the Philippines, gave their mem-
bers in this country to understand
that they should show their appreci-
ation by voting for Mr. Taft.
Accordingly, to the astonishment
of the whole country, New York City,
heretofore a Democratic Gibraltar,
gave Mr. Taft a majority, as did also
Baltimore, Cincinnati and other large
cities in which the Roman Catholic
element predominates.
Admitting all this to be true. it is
not to the discredit of Mr. Taft nor
of those Romanists who voted for
Shim. We happen to remember that
these ame church' ptop.e cntribu-
ted as muchi, and that ri~hteousiy. t,
tne election of Mr. 'i.vtlaaiA be-


cause Dr. Burchard. who .-upp.ortec
Mr. Blaine. classed them with "rum
and rebellion." If their resentment
in the ono case was eommenable
. their gratitude in th other i. eq.uali\
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any cawIse l Hall's Catarrb Cure.
F. J. C'r..v & C,.. l'r.o,. Toledo. 0
We the undersigued have known F. J. t he.
ne> for the lamt 15 yea and believe luiu p.r.
snmally bonormble its all husincM tran."setitis
aud flanciclly h'e* to carry ,,ut any obliag-
timn made by their rin.
Whole.ale Druggita. Toledo. Ohio.
WALDwI. KI'sANX MAVxIN.
Wholemle Druggist Toledo. Ohio.
Hair OLamrrb Cure is taken internally. a t-
Ing eiectly upon the bfood and niucous sur-
emes et the system. Price, 75c. ptr bottle.
%M hbyall dregista. Teetiqale free.
Halms Pamily Pill are the bea.
Gemsealy deMbWmasd br years. Had sick
b ha ha, ekeed ambItise. was worn outand
aI-dews. Buardk BiWd Bitternmde
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MAx L. VoN KoMrMw ow.
Ooopentive ObMerver.
aow to onr a Cold
Be as arefl .oae ayoa will oemsin-
ally tak e old, and when yos do, get s edi-
e of kaews reliability, oe that has sa
lestali ml reputation ad that is certain to
baet a quick care. Such a medicine IsCaam-
berlai's Cough Remedy. It has gained a
world wide reputation by its remarkable caes
of this mst eommom ailment, and em always
be depended upo. It acts ea ature's plaa,
relies the lun, aids expectorating, opens
the meetious and aids satre ina torl the
stem to a healthy codition. Darin the
many ypeam in which it Ies been in general
sewe haveyet to learn of a singleeme of
aedd or attack of the grip having rmlted in
puemoeis when this remedy was ned which
ahows cooclnsively that it is a certain preven-
tive ef that dangerous disease. Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy contain mo opium or
other narcotic ad may be given aecoufdent-
lyto a baby as to an adult. For ale by Tt-
mvillo Phamery.

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I represent some of the leading
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Paid-Up Capital $31000
This company owns lands in the
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Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Beks in Florit
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Country Accounts a Specialty
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$250,000 and stockholder's liability of $1M miasM a fd of
$450,000 between you and possible loss. In selectin your bank give
this careful consideration
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Heay steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, foriing uniform meshes. Slam i't
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i the Saloon Business i poha T s

It is urged by a good smay of the
t i lUatendhe, people of Bes va rd
\. that if Brevard county was to vote
wet that we would have a return
Shere to the saloon businessof men
Swho ar-r now nonreadent of this
Saie. -As far am this may apply to
In the saloon business in both Titus-
ville and Cocoa, would say that I
-have seen a letter lately written by
Mr. Motlow to parties in this county
In which he stahae that if the county
should vote wet he does not expect
to etur here neither does he ex-
get in the saloon business
ST, aoned tat his TituAlle property
is for or rent, and that he owns
no real estate in the town of Cocoa.
II derle to have the above announce-
[ met appear in print for the infor-



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wei thte form oa writ of cera rari.n
lHe toClares that thesao bu ins menVer
who are jo et of Judge ofn thi
w adj fes to the amountof
I4 the2saloon againste tan big trust for
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v s wie DoraIna reu av srs

as -m ofe t readers t vDa i
atr A have sibmies l without
pseOMBg ad as mUar of tahe ale-
astu LHew, tlhi stry is mor orr kues
.........c... a.d the orina. l
the pdl er Doa wats a wiese rt
Wm D twns loe sad its" hr-
g tS peroid which he wrot
lhn ay o.." and the Plck.-
w s Papses.* t sa aftsrwarde whmn
e was hebanbad ad htbher, he
wrote *Devlt Copperfed." and euiD
later, ai1b struck p a correspoa-
e with h rt sweetheart. thea a
MtroaW tig I to prv iane he told
-b t at soe was toh hrebe v o the
BHI WrS. -e Woes much mere Of a
a-e "matal ven, and a meting was
ara after tweaty years n o t e p-
uatisa. The footed sces aof
.aud. I dll-rsmloaMt for the lover,
he-wrattm shortly after-ead rom
che ear ears It hars he swee t
mes sad pathos of "young lorv's
dreamt as we ad bt it "David op
perglBWd to noed t that the brutaly
rade awakenla to "Lttle Dorrit Is
an actual sequel, for two hearts n aly
voed them both.


maasste 1e51ry*a Tro6.
Within thirty-two years Phadst-
phis has had two historical festivals,
during which the mot was made of
the relics cnd landmarks of colonial
days, and yet during Pmadars wek
strangers who had been there at the
ssatnials of 1876 and lTw and ctl-
so who had Uv there all their
Ivs wr heard exclaiming over his-
teric sites and structures recently
marked by suitable signs. "Why, I
never saw that before?"
About every city in this country and
many a town and even remote hamlet
has something that should be a stm-
ulus to local pride and to patriotism.
People sm them again and again with-
out knowing what they mean and not
hearing because they've not been
taught to know and to care.
Tablets by the thousands have been
put up In recent year, Our historical
seoeties are doing valuable service In
this work. But there is room for more
and reason for more, which Is a still
stronger argument. Every senseless
tablet is one too many. but if every
IM stersite could be marked by per-
soIs competent to fix the salient
points of the story it can tell. clear-
ly as well as endurably, there will be
so tablets and no legends that fall to
lanpire reverence In young and old.
Health the Best Doctor.
The lesson made prominuet at the
congress on tuberculosis was that **an
ounce of prevention is worth a pound
of cure." This applies to all diseases
Health is the natural and the eternal
enemy of all germs which tend to
mar the fair temple of the body.
Just as man is the ready victim of a
cold when suffering from some other
disease, so one ill generally encourages
the attack of another and a worse Ill.
In bealtb the bad germs are thrown
off. and the healthy man doesn't know
that anything bas happened. Another
Idea which the experts at the Wash-
Ington congress bold in common is
that freob air Is the best health tonic.
Physically and otherwise a wholesome
atmosphere is nature's unfailing an-
tidote for things eviL
Indigestion
This trouble uIally artise from a disorder-
ed liver. If you will aronue the liver to
thaiw of the effete accmulations through
the peepMr eaanels, you will soom feel better,
yewar ~a be improve, the whole man will be
m.e wie a kesa heay. Forthisper-
M sL Jeash's Uver aglater is a ai


F1. M IMI
HATmF WuaCM,
The F.. C. railway hsgranteda
rate at one and onhalf fare for the
round trip, on the certileate plan.
Beauretoget r certfilate or re-
o when ayg ticket and you
w et the return ticket at half

1AT W UIIMTS D
their vames w- or Kxoge s
trmag ad" elmthy
AU the blood in the body p es
through the kidneys once every three
minutes. The kidney filter the
blood. They work night and day.
When healthy they remove about 500
grains of impure matter daily when
unhealthy some part of this "mbpre
matter left in the blood.m i
brings on many diseases and symp-
toms-pain in the back headache,
&roI lt dr- sk-n, rheuma-
t..m, ttot, tovel, disorders of the
and hearing, diziness, ir-
heart, debil drowa nes,
dropsyleoit* in urine, etc.
SBut iyou keep the filters right You
will have no trouble with your kid-
John M. McCrory, living on Main
St., Tituiville, Fla.,says: "My back i
was very lame and sore and when I
stooped or lifted anything, I found
it very difficult to regain an erect po-
sition. I could not assum a position
at night that was comfortable and I
felt miserable. The kidney secre-
tions did not act in their normal man-
ner and gave me much annoyance.
Finally Doan's Kidney pills came to
my attention, and I began taking
them according to directions.
proved to be just what I req e
soon eradicated the backache and
banished the lameness and soreness.
The action of the kidney secretions
was also corrected and I feel better
in every way. I sincerely recom-
mend Doan's Kidney Pills to any per-
son in need of a reliable kidney rem-
edy." *
,For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Titursvle Bottilag Works,
M. GOODMAN, PROPRIETOR.
Manufacturer of carbonated bev-
erages. Specialty of Pepsi-Cola, high
grade Ginger Ale, and a full line of
allorted sodas. Write for prices in
case lots f. o. b.
Feel languid, weak, run-down? Headache?
Stomach "of." Jut a plain ca of lay er.
Burdock Blood Bitters toe liver as stom-
ach, promotes digestion, parisie the blood.
oreICK or LOCAL OTmON NLZCrIOx
Notice is hereby given that a special elec-
tion will be held in Brevard county on the
.Pta day of e-ber, 1i- to decide whether
the !..a of ietaric.tiag 1.ihet. wines or beer
hall be prohibited in said countyand the fol-
spectors sad clerks of maid election:

|.E win, clerk.
Precinct No. 2. TIltusvIlle-. A. Stewart.
F. H. Black. A. A. Betihe, inspectors: P.
Wilson, clerk.
Precinct No. 3. City Point-B. F Beal.

Precinct No. 4. liockledge-A. I. Moore.
A. W. Hadniee Fred Fisher, inspectors: W. G.
Patterson, clerk.
Precinct No.5. Eau Gallie--P. A. Mc.Millan,
J R. Mathers. W. H. H. lessonn. inspt ctors:
. K. Watt\ dlerk.
I'rtfiiKt No. 1. .,ltbourue-('. J. F. t .tmp-
lw.il. '. K. 's.aw Martin. clerk.
Precinct No. 7. Malabar-(ieo. W. Wash-
buru. W. P. Arnold. F. M. Forrest. ipectors;
F. A. Drake. clerk.


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No other car at twice the price offers greater value to the buyer than
is found in this latest creation of the Ford factory. A 15 h.p. 4-cylinder
car of rakish design, capable of any speed from 3 to 45 miles an hour on
any kind of road w thout a change in the gear.
A car that incorporates many of the features of a $4,000 car, in-
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Precinct No. 8. Grant-J. M. Herndou. Lars
Joreenseu. Joneph Williamson, inqpecturs:
(Charles Christians on. clerk.
Precinct No.. 9. Banyan--. B. Stewart,
W. J. Raiua. C. L .Stewart. iUslectors: S. A.
Ostern. clerk.
I'r,,in' t N,,. r0. P. if Wittfiehl. J \\. lruufr, iiv,- E. V. H1ll. clerk.
Pnrcinct No. II. Mtrritte-J. D. Sa-ni. A S
Humphreys. T. S. Sauders. inspectrrt: I). St.
Clair Nisbet, clerk.
Precinct No. 12. Hlaulover-J. W. Griti-.
C. II. Naunian. T. R. Crook. inspt--tors: Win.
Watton. clerk.
Precinct No. 13. Canaveral-F. M. Wil-,,.
H. L. Holmes. J. H. HMoau,. inipem.tor1: 4,-.
Qtuarterman. clerk.
Electors must have the same ,lualiflcation.)
for voting as in ele-ctions under the g,'ne-ral
laws: and said election will be held :imdl c'n-
ducted in the muanuer presertied tby law :or
holding general elections. exceptt that the r e-
turns frow the several precincts will be nmde
to the board of cuuuty cu mmuiwaoners of Bre-
vard county who will canvas the same and
declare the result and muse the aame to be
recorded. Polling place in the several pre-
cincts will be the same as at the general elte-
tion of Nov. 3. 190t.
| The form of the ballot used will be a plain
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StMs t tM t said of allnois at the site of the
A tl al onal flowerpital Fo the United sane atn
m 01d 6 ari d Bartoly le t hicago at a cast of $100,000
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Ssad tict l eptted on o TO STOP FOREST FIRES. Two of
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N h AtalA t hn o and pl. n Wand ts Observation Towersa
e bed c att these colors and o al the decora-s
S t ea s to James of the wai state forest, fis
Sh had a wd and The rooms are built for the purpcon
the e to s tea of tm idesting the theory that despondent
rew. as S and 1sDlat oiane patients are enlivened whenit
Sa boipa. placed in a red room and violent pa-
in d tektop lad t ntsscothed Into blue gisroom. Opal
"Mr wh uai wfl o alsoe fis b i M to M the consumptiveish

Saf 10t Her was a ratiose the National Flower. mount
Sl ed w ei The Amoere that fBeauty roe i tect asked
toal Sower of the UnitedStates.daycry more readily A
fM t of 0G O &e asM. "It's overwhelming majority was rolled up
s what e ams oft t or tCommissiower above a wll otersnthe a
S hfihoulde rst natiosevere penalty fower show w bing fre-
S I betammm costlyhrough came to a close and the Coll nsiseum
py a we&. Fialy be at Chicago. The oftcal anction of










i .g ef his team. With a that locomotives uAmsed in the forestswill
S gO Wt ai the had uOf TO STOP FOREST FIRES.
g J0 bg Ida PeForester Wants Obrvation Towers,
4,flt$ Wh had carrie the on Adirolen k Meuntains.
trID dlethe right half go. James willWh m ake for a reasonablesh
Sd ontg e hack, and and Th me common a to who s cotate
St wary to e bSlt ofl to eam sld pay the fuentire cotton of fighting
. I e ad fled te c 19ing the forest fore has not bere vdecided.-
SM s tod et w verybo4 tiond T meb as t now p ay half therous ex-nse.
Spere In the dr dlt that will prob-
S I told.and this was ably recommend to the legislature that
Svwdeb followed the funds Thlen Whim to estabirdsh ober-
m e t I Here was a ratio towers on the highrapper mountain
St l obeht and weinitiative order that re thmay four whdetectede
T eh ere of the day --cr- more readily.
o my D n. The fortunes of theCommissioner Whipple will urg an
.hes $@I d between the alvers. severe penalty for casing a fox wreath








a rs ilt Th room was bhime had n through carelessness at a good pricensist
ad w1t si ne aend gloom. With a that locomotives usedInth foxes etsv
"t, y think yo can thin kehad tile a fel othermthan coal. These
Wl0ter Camp, dre the right coach. lfators will make for a reasonable
t w U win.t s matio atrainht Co. safety hereafter during a drought.
S be had wa all that e backssed. No o The question as to whether the state
Whe s to een minute of the ball to vie f should pay the entire cost of fighting
co. It half had elaped and nceo scor the forest re has not beensdecided.r
Sale m rt" Cdenoys wat on thae been The towns now pay handle the expense.










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as Ted Coy. then made the change
whieh swept Princeton off the field. Plant That Woods.
O the fast dwn be tore through the Sclertific agriculturists are taking a
Puwetem iste for seven yards. The great interest just now in a pretty
Tigers were ripped apart as If they plant with blue flowers, the Comme.
. had b mad of tissue paper. Again u lna nodiflora. for this Iniit eats up
h teak the ball, and again the rip- weeds. The plant comes from Mala-
pin ad tearing of the Tige line was sit. where It is of great service in ex-
mparesta. < brother on the side terminating the lalang and other
Mane ben pounding the coaches on weeds inimical to rubber growths. In
- beeks He had come all the way the English botanical gardens at Kew
fte Minemapnois to see his brother dets have proved it to be equally pow-
avI t daoy or TYale. erful against the weeds of a temperate
On and -o went Acting Captain climate, and in Washington the Kew
Og, mI finally the score was tied. demonstrations are being duplicated.
WMh tin misttes left In which to The commelina grows rapidly, and
weeds disappear before It
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wast 1be o tesp left Ite. For a ,mM.
eme toepm ompa m the o and e-

vosISr wel aeeotmi t td arms for
Mal 3. Franklin DeaL chie~ o s aeu
The bol s and wahe wornll be will by
each enli0sd mU, isupnded from the
waist li esa the left side. For a ma-
chine gan company the bolo and re-
volver wil constitute the arms for
sad serve and when worn will re-
place the rifle now carried.

Pretestion For Apes.
A scheme is being arranged for the
protection of the manlike apesa in the
German colonies of equatorial Africa.
It Is proposed In the first place that
the shooting of these creatures should
be strictly prohibited and steps taken
for their protection. In connection
with this it is proposed to establish In
the Kameruns a special reserve for
the fauna of the equatorial forest gen-
erally. This reserve would Include a
zoological tropical station, with gar-
dens attached, in which attention
would be specially directed to the pro-
tection and rearing of the anthropoid
apes and other denizens of the forest
sone.

Need of Protecting Birds.'
A naturalist asserts that if the
earth were birdless man could not in-
habit it for more than nine years. All
the sprays and poisons in the world
would be quite Inadequate to keep
down the Insects, which would eat up
everything

A Bare-enough Knocker
J. C. Goodwin, of Rekdsville N. C. says:
"Backlen's Aries Salve is a sure-enough
knocker for aleers. A bad one came on my
leg lat smosr, bat that woaderfa l malve
knocked it not sI a few romands. Net even a
ear remained." GOaranteed for piles, sores
and barums, etc. at Baner Drug Store.
The Kasler as. World Polititeia.
It is probably owing as much to the
needs and desires of the German na-
tion as to the kaiser's strenuousness
and ambition that world politics add
to the excitement of Berlin. For the
second time In the course of a Aw
months the German emperor has be;e.
scolded by his own people for "putting
his foot In It" by writing and saying
the wrong things to and about the
English. The Gernian people are not
Inclined to be tender to the feelings of
King Edward's subjects. If the Eng-
lish didn't like the kaiser's advice
about their navy or his more recent
flings at English temper and ingrati-
tude, no matter. The question for
Germans is the world's opinion of
their head man.
The tone of the German press, even
of some loyal supporters of the
ruler, has been bitter against the emi-
peror's last "bad break." the interview
on the English, printed in the London
Telegraph. It is not to be explained
away in the usual diplomatic manner.
Such expressions as "blunder follows
blunder." "would be laughable were
the results not so serious." "we shud-
der breathless' and "pulbli," excite-
ment runs high" appeared in the most
influential Journals of the empire. De-
mand has been made for a new deal
in the palace that would place a bal-
ance wheel near the throne. More,
modern statesmanship is called for in
order that Teutonic dignity shall be
upheld before all the world. If the
kaiser were the whole thing the "mail-
ed fist" would make good somehow.
but in the world politics there are
often kinks that no big army and navy
can iron out. We have heard much


on the side about bad advisers near
the emperor. The digniteid orman
press calls It bad statesmanship in the
palace. when f,,retl to spo-:tk out.

Plucky Football Player.
Barton Miller. right guard on the
Norfolk (Conn.) football team. Is the
pluckiest man playing the game in
Connecticut this season. On a recent
Saturday Miller had four ribs frac-
tured, but played the game r,'- '*-fore
seeing a doctor. The other Ca.y. when
Norfolk met Torringtun. miller cur-
prised players and rooters of hbe Nor-
folk eleven by appearing In togs for
the fray. He played right guard i.
both halves. Norfolk lost by a score of
5 to 0. but It was not M miller's fault

Little Christmas Folks.
They're thinking' 'bout the Christmas
time.
Tin horns on the blow.
An' they keep the ol' folks dreamla'
Of days of long ago.
But the children are the flowers
We're reapin* In life's snow.
Thevyre thinkin' "bout the Christmua


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tent sort ani4Is the most baraftl
since It is so farreaching. Beidea adft e teal iiiU
those who are born rich, another class the quantity f time to 1
to be feared are those who become It sets p ma n sdy Ma
rich and are unable to stand prosperity.
"We no longer fear people in high truly as 9 lazMtive, sd h
authority, and In one way this is a parts are known to Wad q Wvd
good thing. But we do not fear God physicians, as it is fe fhom BA d J '
any longer. It seems sometimes. What mabstanee. To get hes hamd
we do fear and what is bad Is mate-eeets always pur he m
rial things.'Things are In the saddle ees l NMh' ti -'
and ride eankind' manufactured by the Caltfora mi9g sae
Co., only, and for sale by # Ihadlal dM-
MOUNTAIN LION FOR TAFT. -si&


Animal Lassed After It Had Attacked
South Dakota Travelers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bigelow ef Farm-
Ingdale, S. D., were attacked by a
mountain lion a few days ago while
driving to Underwood. Mr. Bigelow,
while driving through the country,
saw what at first be thought was a
yearling calf canning ahead of his rig.
As be drew up to the animal be dis-
covered that it was an unusually large
mountain lion.
The lion bad attacked the ponies
driven by Mr. Blgelow when a cow-
boy from Billy V. Christian's ranch
came to the rescue and, after several
Ineffectual attempts, succeeded In las-
soing the lioo around the neck and one
of the front legs. The animal was
dragged across the prairie until he was
subdued and faally "hbog tied."
The lion was brought to Farming-
dale and Is now confined in a stout
cae. According to the captors, the
animal will be presented to President
leet Taft as a Christmas gift.

BIRD BREEDING FOR PLUMES.
By This Method Woman Hopes to Im-
prove Millinery.
Breeding the ostrich and other plum-
age birds for their feathers with a
view to "doing with the ostrich what
has been done with the chrysanthe-
mum" is the plan of Mrs. L. 8. Hots-
berg. who is establishing a breeding
plant at Huntington, N. YT.
"I do not know how my plans be-
came known." said Mrs. Hertzberg.
"for I intended to start in on a small
scale and work up quietly.
"This plume." she went on, taking
up a large ostrich feather. "Is what I
am after. That is really several feath-
ers stitched together. It should be pos-
sible to get ostrich plumes far heavier
than they are today. Several smaller
birds used in millinery will be raised
on the place. It seems to me that
birds carefully raised for their plum-
age should produce feathers of a high-
er commercial value than can birds not
so favored."

The kaiser's bad '-break" about the
English put 2a brake upon the Euro-
pean war scare, temporarily at least.

Many a failure comes from taking
a freak notion when in cups and back-
ing It to the limit when sober.

A bet as to the subject of the next
White House letter is as risky as bet-
ting on election.

Perhaps you've noutled that when
"it's 'old enough to snow" It snows.
all right.





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to guamgete ive year co atti ets on
OM ases of behAB. Past experiments
pove that thWe frmer ould average
a set proet of $40t as w re on sugar
beets"
It is probable that the Sun river val-
iv will prove am excellent dairy coun-
trp A emery was completed toin Au-
gua in January. 110B. and the three
or four Obers atleady in operations n
aighbte g t ows show that the In-
dutry is profitable end will be perma-
nent and growing. Four and a third
million pouadd of butter are now im-
parte annually from other states.
This means that over $1.000.0O0 ought
to be kept in Montana each year for
better.
Ma deals relating to terms. sise of
tfrm aunts and ether Information re-
gardingae m ods e at scoring lands
my be obtiN e on appleation to 8.
X Robt na, e gatner Unitad States
am ti rtivke, Port Shaw. Mont.
or mti l releramatio n
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When the ant-olse crusade goes the
I at choking off baby's cry It Is
ttm for growgpa to rall and belp
the youngsers kik.

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k s o t down mnevely bease a
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-Mat M was tlae to am ut the ter
t*at pm at ea *tsw Beum taty wbleb
alatto I ado narma It cut the ter-
rteryf B Wirta nl two robbed her
ae smeAt and bumbled her in the
4es ghbering states whleh she
ws itte to ead nt the rae er pro
m. biart was weak and had no
ld mid s e wasu pawn it a ame
wd b beaed weo for her woart em-
W Tmhsy, ad for no ome else. The
ras d a brgas arm to keep
lar ai t ot the fSorward and up.
war pace By poeltis. talent and
power BDlurl was fitted to do th.
Bellevng this to be her dnetly, the
lgarlanm have prepared to meet It
Th have hown marvlo patinee
ma bee. ready to take the word of
S pWmmu that ju ie would be dom
0I0l weer that their patience be.
eame mhasted. Ferdinand i not
Bear and can never be an auto-
erat eI d that be declared the
raljm an pandent at the demand of
the paeoi. e rsle for them. In annex-
lag Eastern Rouotmla the Bulgarians
take back only wba: the Berlin treaty
tore trom them. bTe state of things
there has been faricaL Prince PerdI-
Mi governed the province "for Tur-
ke. Tbohe are rBulpgrias there and
htians Ina the lands beyond. n
a eMaled uMcedouia where the atro-
sedl rute t the saltan has gone un-
csmekd. becae- for any power to in-
taree would mash the tatou quo so
dear to Christian England.
Naturally the supremacy of any one
ate in the Balkans would bave led
to confet. But each would have
mat oe less for the future, while
Trkey has done nothing declsive,
dlply murdered and robbed hapless
and halplens Chrstm4ats and reeatie


SHIEaIF 8 ALE


maw * -- !%teogNotice is hereby give. that under and by
barbarism where there was proress virtue of executions received by me sim ulta-
before. The Bulgarians merely ask to neously and isuoned out of the Circuit Court
be treated as a free and independent for Brevard county, Florida, against John R.
Walker and H. B. Mace, partners trading un.
nation. It might not suit the interests der the firm names and style of John R. Wal-
of continental Europe to have Bl- ker & Co., and the Walker Hardware Co., in
Ok attead of a "Unite S which the following parties are plaintiffs in
garia at the head of a "United States the several sits. viz:
of the Balkans" or bold the mastery McIlwalne. Knight A Co.: ErnestL. Rhodes
in a "Balkan empire." But It suaeb Co.; Schwab Clothing Co.; CarterAChureb-
Sa "Balkan empire. But uc ill Co.; The Regal Manufacturing Co.; H. B.
should be the outcome the "unspeak- Clafint Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead A Cblor
able Turk mst retire his hated ere- Co.; Augustus Wright Co.; C. H. A E. 8. Gold.
bable Turrg; Frank Co; Athina. McKelden &
cent south of the Bosporus and ceae Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply Co;
torturing Christian communities by The Rosenfeld Co. and Bridgeford A C.:
have levied upon and will siel at public &an-
pillage and murder under action of tin to the hibeat and bet bidder for cash,
Christian governments and profaing during the lahol borsof sale, on Monday,
the seventh day of December, A. D, 1908, at
with the rites and symbols of slamthe uthous doorof Brevd county, the
the very tembles sacred to the Chris- following real estate of mid defendants situ-
Sn. sted in Tituasville, Brevard county, Florida,
towit:
GEORGE LA. KILMER. "Lots one l0) and two (2) of Hutchinson's
subdivision of land described in Deed Book
K Edward couldn't tell the af "J." paw 212. Brevard County. Florida Rec.
ords, being a part of block D of LeBaron's
tragatte that women don't know map of Titusville, Florida, as filed in the
enough to rule without going back on clerk's office of Brevardncounty, Florida.
eno to rle without going ack on mid subdivision recorded in Deed Book "M."
his own mother, whose remarkable on page 500, Brevard, County Records, and
reign Is one of the glories of England all the building. outbuildings and attach-
ments and fixture thereon."
and of this age. Said real estate will he sold subject to the
balance due on a mortgage held on said prop-
erty by Geo. M. Robbins; which balance is
A Ltumane society that tries to feed fifteen hundred ($1.500)dollars and accrued
every schoolboy In the land who is interest at seven (7) per cenut from May 15.
ply staring about the mornn 0. The maid mortgage is recorded in Mort-
"imply starving" about the morning gage Book "'N." on page 04. and the asign-
recess hour wouldd show Mr. Carnegie meant thereof to Geo. M. Robbins is recorded
bow to die poor the first week of Its in ook No. 2 of Assignments of Mortgages,
on page 30.
experiment. I will also sell the following real estate of
the defendants in Titusville, Florida. at the
Diplomacy has been described as same time and place, towit:
"lying for the good of one's country." Beginning at the northeast corner of block
lyK." iu the town of Titusville. Florida. from
Evidently the peace of Europe de- thence run west along the north bo.indary of
pends on who are the greatest liars. said block a distance ot W.uo3 feet t, the
northwest corner of lot two (2) of said blowk:
thence run south along the west line of said
If the Japs are the Yankees of the lot 2 a distance of 54 feet: thence run rast
far east the Bulgarians are the Tan- parallel with the north line of said lot 2 a
distance of 99.03 feet to Hopkins street:
kees of the near east. thence run north along Hopkins street a dis-
How to Get a tance of 54 feet to the place of beginning. iw-
ig ,the north 34 feet of lot two (21 of block
P. J. Daly, 4347 W. Congress St., Chicago- "K." according to LeBaron's map of Titus-
tells of a way to become strong. He says ville on record in the office of the clerk of the
"My mother, who is old and was very feeble, circuit court for Brevard county. Florida.
is deriving so much beneot from Electric Bit- Said real estate will be offered in separate
tmas that I feel it's my duty to tell those who parcels in the order above described.
meed a tonic and strengthening medicine I will also. during the legal hours of sale.
absut it. In my mother's eme a marked gain on the said 7th day of December. 190W, offer
isa lak has reacted, insomunt has been over- for sale to the highest and best bidder for
teams aAd she is steadily growing stronger cash. at the store of John B. Walker &A Co.. on
Eletrlc BittN I quickly remedy stomach. Washington avenue, in Titusville. Florida.
liver aMd kidney eemplaints. deld under the following personal property in said store,
geamstee at bamer Drug 8torse. S. towit. The whole of the stock of goods of the
said defendants. except the perishable por-
tion of said stock heretofore disposed of un-
CVAgLOW XWX&AL der a special order of the court. Said goods
-a-DO a -t hIn Y NME a i will be dis.med of either in block or In sep


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to look at and ltrme at ande tapre
Ire. This the Idea of the modern
pageant. It must beo mpe sle a&d
to that md mmt be dramate. Only
these qsles whih are capable of
pletqemue treatment and wil In-
atantly eeovey to the eye a story in-
twined witb the march of event vital
to the flle ethe city or the eountry
where the pageantry s laid can be de-
pended up"o not to oo~&Ad and
weary the spectator, 100 to 800 years
removed from the events reviewed
We do not worship aesWtore except
as boulders for posterity. When their
counterfelts present that idMe of his-
tory halfway real we sit out the pro-
gramme. pleased as well as reverent.

The recent death of General Uppa
Hanton left but one survivor of the
famous electoral commission which
decided the disputed presidential elec-
tion of 187M, Senator Edmunds. All
but two or three of the fifteen who
served on that commission were then
elder statesmen. five being supreme
court Jnaustice. and the mortality among
them has not been excessive.

AUll the difference in the world be-
tween cowling and smiling, as the
American navy mid to the Russian
navy after meeting up with the little
Japa.

Unless the cables lie the sultan of
Turkey would .be glad to swap trouble
with the unlacklest man that ever
struck Standard Oil.

Almost the first declaration of inde-
pendent Bulgaria was that Macedonia
shall be decently governed. .encef. th

A Broken Bmack
That pain in your back caused by lumbago.
stiff maces or astran is aa easy thing to get
rid of. Ballard's Snow Liniment cures rheo-
matsm. lumbago, more and stiff muscles,
staia, spUains. cuts, burns, bruises, scalds
and 11 ache &and pains. You need a bottle in
your house. old by Titusville Pharmacy
and Banner Drug Store.


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it:em -mAt mt- e s do i ms yesare a d.o
atM*rx d in so by k.i

wi ben, S and vt As Sh y b W les smd Ahyiem
lttd on Mrritt I- Cherry P sral for w h "AR
whi is med for Its e aith, ad coad. The uae it or Exchage
water, fine hunting and fishing. 0, JUN h Mys7.
eDoaot falto stop over and see it for we .mfaf 61W f..l. IFN
lasitle Nadte Bank of Jakhaeav Jadmaoriu *
SHotl ianolais being putn or- erS I* TITUSVILLE, FLORIDX." ,
der for the opening on Dec. s Mr ________1 ____________________
P. Mafleld proprietor, ably amsted Ahlways kep a be of Ayers Pls lI the B O
I hisdr, Mi Julia. Mis. ems.. JuNpsayMh E. L. BRADY & BRO., E
LVii nudE many am* o
eldus a m hoIt of friends and a a sick headache.
1adld e"teramn and makesevee wn SP ~ 0 tsm... Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
Mrs. D. A. Carter has closed her we, handle produce of all kinds. We awe ats for Maps.' FetWasri V. deal aSS
la the above limes of od and solicit the trade. of all common. Wh fr phm s
moa. hol at Atlantic City, and arrived BAR AATTUTr Oms sad all GOeries, delivered at your stio. L. BRADY A B&O.,TrW a.u. aA.
lM la-on Monday to spend the winter -
tfln, hav. montheat her lovely home, Guild- The Innis receivinganew coatof RIA N RIV ER C O M PA NY
e"MO for the nmese. During the pt few nth pat this w. INDIAN IVEROMPANY
SMrs. Cater has had a fine boa T. J. Shave and family spent their M ST APLTAND FA C Y GROCERIES
i every day. built and also part of her dock re- Thankgiving at Melbourne. STAPLE 1 AFk
willsoon be a newed. Mis Fannie Hoke, of Melbourne, -.-- at Oompetitive Pric s
n a ayM e*lme. Mr. Jalma Lapham is busy getting spent Monday afternoon in town. GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, (YP GREASE, TO.
delM eed an ad- his new home ready, building on the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse St. Clair enter-
MOnday at 11 sme site a his house which was trained a few friends on Tuesday eve- ALLENHURST, FLA. (mIULO CE *W
WSUMStly enjoyed burnt in July, but with many im- ning. POS & urOICR ADDRESS-TITUSVILLE
proennents. It will be a convenient Francenia Houston spent Saturday
mMli markets has and comfortable domicile. Mr. Lap- and Sunday at Malasbr with Nina T IT U S V I LLE I E C O
the bsinems over ham is kept rushed all the time with Arnold. A
pa&Pe .and4SpOtCash. orders for his famous guava jelly, Mrs. A. B. Whilden arrived Tues- I a re Distilled te
So Brevard which he sends to all parts of the day to spend Thanksgiving with her
1 hnge meetinUg s. parents. John L. Van De Veer, W. H. Ford, Proprietors
i,when al the old of- Indianola is quite a busy place, the The Guild met at the home of Mrs. PRO-PT DmILUYI S TO ALL PO1IS
SsWendested and plans per- sound of hammers and saws being C. J. Young on Tuesday. A most --- -
i thas ugh work during heard all the time. A very conveu- delightful afternoon was spent. D. H. SPELL Lr. J. sPELL, r--wed P-em""
wMley fight. ient and well built house is just being Mismes Julia, Nina Arnold, Williett
that the money spent for family. Also on the orange grove day to do some shopping and calling.
S-" Co os does not average lately bought by Mr. Bird, of Phila The street lamps were lighted on I
aday whereas it averaged delphia, a fine house is just about Wednesday for the first time. Eau TitUSville, Florida
d hundr ed dollars when we ready for the o r and wife to oc- Galie may well be proud of suchT
,s aoo. read could not cupy a a winter ome. lights. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
o v,~ Mi a greater curse and blight DeWit 's Kid a d Bladder Pins are on. Mrs. S. E. Barbour and Mrs. A. T. PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Eto.
fmby the elturnmof the "gin mills." equaled n weak back, backahe, in- Friend are now pleasantly settled for Soda W ater and loe Cream
aMd all uriu ar disorder. They &Lep the winter in their home, Walden Fresh Pure Drugs and Ohed mica
oaa a the W ent o tnrr or bladder trouble should be attended toat tge. Mail orders solicitd and promptly filled. Wll order anything we
oee, sad tie oes in the back, rheumatic The children's meetings, conduct- haven't in stock
blowing from Ohio: as. ,urary dIsorder, etc.. are warni bo
.. *5 _... L O NV 141, 10D. Do eoly for dlay are denseioa. ed by Mrs. C. C. Houston, at the M.
I'"C.)' i;,k~mu, ular also t. Soldbanno Drumgtore, and much interest is being mani-
mM w o eletism in the five GEORGIANA tested. Titsrle Lmber Company
"y I arge majorities, ala Miss Eva Owen attended the dance Mrs. Arno and children returned
Se:s Sthde Mlquor btins I in Ohio. at Cocoa last Saturday night, from their visit at DeLand and now TITUSVILLE, FLA. F.E.C.R.R.
Sdimdeope hB. e-occupy the Jones cottage, Mr. Arno
'Wlts teaI Mr. and Mrs. Arthur spent having the position of freight agent Saw and Planing Mills Dry Kiln

"flg have made dry a majority of "!Capt. Frank Houston and wife re- Manufacturers of
1the eats OS. amd have jst be- A. L. Bruner and family spent turned Tuesday from Jacksonville 1
an e, ci wtr. Te attitude of the Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. where Mrs. Houston underwent an
pe a St Oe aghaist aloon is not pe- H. K. Hughes. operation at the hospital Th cap-
e p of ts stae; t.li'n Quite a number of our townsmen ta ln also took a trip to New York. Rough and Dressed
-B: k hmw *"t' have killed deer this season and yen- They left Wednesday for their home All grades ceiling, siding. fl ooring
is S -e th mida and Ssion is again on the bill of fare. in Miami.e rd nl l


Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Simmons ar- i AIIU n ingiesIN I
lab NaX dacsk rived Monday night and are at home MxS. SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY
dama r emilf from a dil in their pleasant cottage on the river A few cool mornings last week. Prompt attention to local orders
aSI -Mtaer gi-. a"d tan be front. The pupils of Mims school enjoyed S SO
SU t eem aft samples a Tim.e Mr. Lewis Wagner returned to his a holiday Thanksgiving.--- -
Shome in Miami last Saturday after a Mr. Will Mims left Saturday after
Smaa 1e bmvaSlerdin T en week's visit with friends and a few a ten days' visit with his home folks.
S" N O Zion allow? days hunting up the harbor and over Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith and the
$* wkn'. amlh Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith and thehis
dru at Canaveralchildren spent Sunday in New Smyr-
Mr. and Mrs. Long arrived from na.
IDIA OLA the east last week and after spending Mrs. J. T. McGuire spent Thanks-
Mi M ePherson, of Pittsburg, is a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Pierce giving with her parents. Mr. and Titusville, Florida
the guest of Mrs. Carter. went to Daytona, where they will Mrs. Nolle.
hwt Feld has his fine launch May- spend a week or two. Mr. R. W. Pierce left Wednesday NTOW O0nrm r
Sower hWuled out and is putting it in Archie Chambers is able to walk for Oak Hill where he is to pack or- Everything brand new. Elaborately furnished. Specious corridors.
rst elam condition for the winter, about the house again. He has had anges for Mr. Magruder. Every r., m an outside ,one. Ventilation, plumbing and lighting perfect.
Bf. a50 feet enclostel piazZa.
Mr. Tho O. Mitchell, of Key a serious time and will have to be Messrs. Fusell and Vining left on CUISINE THE BEST
We* wIa visiting his sister, Mrs. carul for along time to come, but Tuesday for Oak Hill where they.
h. Wallace fr s rl d t e certainly is gaining a little every v a ps io (He are SM.Waee. for several days the past have accepted a position in a packing urroundin most cnucive to ,lae. ret and rere-ation. Accommodate
4L e day. house. iune hundred. The IlPimhurst porter meets all trains. Rate reasonable.
Mr. md Mrs.Smerrarrived Wed-ters rk on the temperance Mrs. L. E. Wilson expects to leave 1. N. JOHNSTON, PHILIP TOWNSEND
asd* S md up their winter work in Georgia last Sunday night, today (Thursday) for Middleburg, Proprietor Manag
ho m" O i p tto oakesma e im- The W. C. T. U. has been reorganized where she will spend a month with
Po mai l on their coUage. and work planned for the winter, her parents. )OO .... .
lbs ay frmA of Mrs. J.R. Mrs. Nelson left for Miami on Tues- Mr. B. F. Carpenter and family, T rwT an-V'XraT XalV'S2 t fl. STAB.
Miot w delihtead to learn she was day's train, of Osteen, are the guests of his sis-
Se to take asail to CoeoS The work on the church tower was ter, Mrs. H. E. Masters. Mr. Car-
n afwr a wo& Hero oa Saturdway afbeg Monday a. m. and it is now center expects to return home Sat-
.NtSeeBt Im -nearly ready for the new bell. 'Ihe urday. SADDLE HORSES
Bt'A, ( ie .* sewing fm a olor and roof of the tower has been raised and For Sale Cheap For Cash BUGOIES
S arge growers are ship- the upper floor will be replaced with About 88 acres of good high land on SURREYS
'be to renew tMree, a we have either tin or water tight roofing, the east or ocean side of the Indian river
S." M yi n rift this seet and Now let all the friends of Geotgian at the Narrows, described an follows:. ad TNOT
Sf7 N *a y this actAIo n and Now lt all the friends of Ga Lot No. 3, section 6. also lot No.3, saec- of.Ukinds
as' t d thw buit A 1. who read Tz BrSA in the faraway tio as, in t.wnahip 31 o ath, u range 39
Mr. C H. ha a force of north, send in their items for the east This land i unimproved but fine- Hing, Etc
~ ~nna~ t~n n-------A.A.- 2__ -v loc ated. Farn fnnlmartns.uh" sad-




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