-n w n ,n T it Gi.e .S S p nes i- ladi es' dre s iil ...... it -
t 'Lot HIM
disa River S me ausc ouseTtl er and wide, b e v. A. A nider who
S F a C0.9 d MO AY, 7, lifS
Sn wHe thm Ladies corsetm in undp a
to-Rw = Is -t 9ois e nm ery a l s for ud fnr ta chs c, special ow .
Se in eial .prseices i.ntin ladies' ar h M ,
fl n. BANNIN O under W rte. BErAs Nure reaet, T des black n th Serbicm naSunde-a la ank aidhi o
yao fot Foa dsi their wi enter sm o In- spe. N cents lpear wsre at tM
Ad ikes cene Mi, e de ay at the oean Waue House, Tituvlle. Aio 2he wide, best T. A Ai w
STawat ae w tnter aine finr theo w hin e w l sao day In mak cenrod s y eard. elt r
.a Row& sle od t peotial SIS per tyard.ri Sound. ia ms
Woe ah hr etire ln, of 500 5th with a full line of books, eandy, Corset cover embroideries, 18 imnch- p -
ay of whic~hb mo h sdaZth Rbtoy., statore and school supplim es wide, worth 40 cents, special 2 r.e .,
."sa & A $a Christmas goods, etc., a e sialty. . in ldaies' Hready ma
o, ise order Give u a call. I. M. DODSON. Olrnadin
bM WNTr N D0 ANNIG t Com. and Mrs. C. A. Welh arrived Flannellettes, suitable for ladies' t c a lda
S& A da afternoon from Coha t, dressing sekslm and kimonas, special office and h rsei
..d i.....- after e iers tefor Style and Value Mm., to spend the winter at Artesia, in eS y helvne. Wie lar.
I- G sa* Indinm Head, 36 inches wide. pl- Gray buiOr"d othe .an ,-,
irtwith pd a their winter home on Banana river. ready shrunk, special 15 cents per mor has int that a m
ay. N Yk -n -Bob Hurns met them here and ear- yard. b e wed u
..I** e yanlm ao a o Sae t Re ri ed them across. Special prices in ladines' and chi consisting of furtre, dry"
Abat a o TtweV-tr people fm this Mrs. K W. Hall, wifeof our ven- Ladies' oxfords, made of an excel- Mr. . Wler, of s
th mjrt plae spent anday atthe oeean are B WM C W i lent quality of agent leather, worth eMr.1 f th K
very suddenly last Saturday with an $3.50, special $MG. w lelman fof Phelp -i- .
Sh im a go ovC"er in four motor f tr attack of paralysis, and as this was Vii kid oxfords, Goodyear welt Foundry, of is
athe second attack, her relatives were sole, medium low heel, also worth town T a bon
ote ashes Vrii su $3.50a, special $249. from Key West, whd bee
M--i- refused to mote on the return, and very much alarmed, but we r Special prices in ladies' fancy col- a pleasant call.
bmadto be tw back by theRabbit pleasedto tatethata heisverymuech lam Order your i r ro, oIqe,..
Mo-r--it owd at this writing. Our toys and holiday goods will be ing, sewaingr, e ,,
>M ws ioa Me or your inapection Monday. machinery, etc., of ridarurea
S rat aly at wether nt W id t to of Wond We have alms thing ayou ca g Agency, P a and ve 10 toe
o I w trat cinder ad th Iris in charge name in the way of toys and the 20 per cent. Wrnte for iprtri -n
et.e ..frmP o o3. Wa grWought back a eTad ae of the adies' Aid ofn pric, I asure you, are more than Agents Cyphers ineubato s anl sup-
Sa ryON setase are wint w.aB. s et in. Hawevrt the Titusville Presbyterian church right. pg pn S tbd
dom pamts it wais from the beach. The club wish to thank all who ided in a n Also special prices in la dae' ready- Rev. D. I
bast Widonb towed the Spray home owa to the ven of yLrZd mate suits and ornt y known to many tasvbured ith
net dal y fsr ppeimr too wea = held Juuus KLINE, known to m
to 1n In Ii evening-in te7 Gray building, on Titasvilk, Florida. stopping atOrmond, ng reused
D"_s--U A Red W--hlngton avenue, andextend Titusille only a few months ag h ins, in
meqTeelia thanks to the following gen- Curnwhere he went on hs t .
Victor double-faced records are Mr. John R. Walker for the He is the so r.
mural years has now on sale at Indian River Music use of the hall free of charge; Capt. Rev. Win. Stones will preach at ington, of Hartford, Coon.
2; who !, is dm t House. The Victor quality is there mJames Pritchard for the electric LaGrange at II a. m on Sunday next Mr. T. S. Wheeler, of Plainfleld,
fr-m uneo tshen ,, I a will be presented at the Titusville We call al attention this week
that the motion of the de- Located at Tituavile two weeks o e oseet19e The Sunday school in St. Gabriels to the new lay ad. of E. Brady
Satin Jacksoville ently to Have your work done now at haf pe opera house, Dec. th, 1908, by the church, Titusville, meets at 10 a. m. & Bro., on page 8. This time tried
M tht Pr thet that SL 00 and up Titusville Dramatic club. under the Litany and lecture by Dean Robot- and reliable firm undoubtedly does
'the es.e for the ready tried and GorCelaw Bridvo-work T direction of Mrs. Trez. B. Wilson. tom every Thursday at 7:30 p. m. the largest grocery business on the
S or 00 This is a bright and musing little Re A D D will river, for their customers are always
a itted of thePlatinum, A, was denied ment 1.00 piece and any one who fails to see it Badger, D. D., will ure of getting the best goods at the
Sb Judge cke. w ork rted, yrexperence any one who fails to see it preach in the Presbyterian church at most reasonable prices consistent
Wait for e Dents and save money miss a goo sig t. 7 p. m. next Sunday. Theme: "The with same and we have no hesitancy
For Sale The proceeds will go toward buy- Last Will and Testament of Our in assuring new comers that they will
A pen of eight fin thorough bred Do You Want to Sell? ing a piano for the school. Seats on Lord." The Lord's supper will be do well to patronize this house.
Wh I Wydotte chickens, all ex- People who have motor boats for sale at W. S. Branning's Dec. 8th. celebrated in connection with the ser- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES
'opt two rul own. Further sale or charter, will find it to their Reserved seats 50 cents; general ad- Christians of all denominations a-lac house and boat
tculars address M., care SAR office. advantage to list them with me. mission 35 cents, children under 10 . Edison and Columbia batteries
J. LORILLARD, JR., years of age 25 cents are invited to st at the Lord's table. Tarr & Wonson copper paint.
(I To Ramt for Season 191-9 Titusville, Fla. F Sale. Ostermoor and felt mattressea
K?' *- For Sale Globe-Wericke book canes
S-ak Hamock Ca'i om Indian river, Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't Drop-head nwing b chcne
7II" Myjslslaa V FW Peekirt Waser co-pr. BuildingRpr lots and the best of pine-; -ha sewing machine
Sea bauil ding of four roo T., t LA.. Dec. a. t. Mens clothing, new and up-to-date TT LL FLA. apple lan at Horti, Banana rive. HA. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
f s roo with a Sta et of temperatrt and rainfall for aout e so plae tron sale Address J. B J Wantd A Few Boarders
si a of two rooms all fully t* e week ending Wedn.eday. 50pisome'trurGeorgiana.
Sfor helsekee extensa prices ranging from $1SM to $56.. rana. Write to Henry Benecke, Palmetto
ts ]adiMa rim o the Banan& DATs. Ax MIN. JULIUs KLINE, New Bean Seed Apiary, Titusville, Fla.
liver wtil 1 a aue river. Two Nov. ............. ... M KI Titusville, Florida. New S
s. Will let all --------------.................. ... 1,000 to 1, and Extra Early Ref- It's Up to You
o. ~ or ~ Address ------- ---- ---.... ... .
"Oak _0=0ds .. C Orange and Grapefruit Wraps ugee bean seed. Price on applica- To buy a Bridgeport (The Motor
G -------------- Received, arload of orantion. E.L. Brady & B., Grocers, that Motes) while the special o-
Dec .... ----- ne-eiveu, c orand I Titusville, Fla.
W 63so grapefruit wraps the best quality, on member and December discount is on.
AtM ie for Sae Total rainfall for the week .25 inches. Nov. 25. Will be pleased to have For Sale Send for catalogue and booklet.
Sa model1907. Firstelass MAX L Vo Ko Low. your orders.or They tell you all about it.
lemd utio 00 eah. Box F, Cocoa, Cooperative Ot7erver. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. Lot -29 of Quinby's plot, Aurantia.' FRED N. HITCHCOCK, Agent,
em i lt, --a--.i O Eau Gallie, Fla. For information address Titusville, Fla.
Sayg W~ Wood For Sale Dentistry 13 Lake Place, New Haven, Conn. Titusville Bottling Works,
ato atra ad hard wing. See or address J. All kinds of dental work at reduced For Rent
IE .B o W:. Jamid Titusville, Fla. prices for this month. For Rent Manufacturer of carbonated bev-
1 ForaletFworvC, h. Dentos boat now located at city A two story house fronting on the, erages. Specialty of Pepsi-Cola, high
For Sale Cheap For Cash dock, Titusville. Banana river, central between Ca- grade Ginger Ale, and a full line of
S' t TrAbot 88 acres of good high land on naveral and Artesia postoffices. For assorted sodas. Write for prices in
I. hifh the eastor ocean sideof the dian river For Sale particulars apply to Mrs. L. A. Mack- case lots f. o. b.
i white at ta s Narrows, described as follow Ideal site for Florida winter home enzie, Canaveral, Fla.
vNo' as as 'a sot, rng in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feetGi S. Bargain Sa
l._in. iN on Indian river. Several bearing Gun Repair Shop. Official Se 0cnt cigar. Satur-
li k E oe P rwter baut orange and rverui. t trees. Guns stocked and shotguns re- day and Sunday only 6 cents. Souv-
'hWA im niAw AU P P (b RBr 125 hnd. All work %unranted_ !rmi traven away.
a eomlelod em w ll
W, hai. Isam me-ts were
M it to be taken to thib
dw the Oregm s coan-
m at vast territory" of
M, h staea of Orego.
S emosse Frem ao
I eOent of early
a m ate of special
die af the expesoal-
w weeks there will
Ia which exposition
be asked to take a part
I' al' e be e clambake., and
ieeis to serve thousands of
bMod lan the asa pits. Oxen
aW SW- at the beaeft of the
s It s pomible that many
m the el Oregon country
ft aW dace to participate
I -M!ays pasPlanned by Meker.
m pa ft a thei country was
So tohe at of government
i a ea6 There l to be a repro-
aMM tlo am eabila aud the de-
t t t s cema0 etrction will be gatb-
i tM Orego" pioneers.
ab ama will fly the Amer.
Srbe e la lmga- Oaly twenty-six
h t a member of states In the
U t Mat period of the country's
U" her has hei given a locatIon
M 9 st ef the muesi pavillio. and
h- apefO to co mence the task of
*IS M the cabITn within a very few
wake. Aboet the cabst will be
- Pla1d SeMewers, and la one part will
-ea hep yard. Poultry and cattle
ill be exhibited in one portion of the
a e At saMe as a pioneer sto*ikyard
Huamba fr the i*':ut !i:i caiitil 1.
a".* gho Is Wtoo .:- a lor.t".e II Iaa;
mSheis th.it be wa. Iwo year ou thl
)a .'AMtL. y the wav. the job will
M lung enough. to earn a service
Se or two nl addition to the medal.
ANoig the earliest callers at the
*011uook ptatum to co1Mratulate Asso-
ite Edto e Reesevelt there will be a
Wamgminst of coagreesmen aud mena-
iM wearag smiles that link ear to
*-aill the people ratler" las the cry of
the Wmam lsa Walgara. sad they be-
k iarklng Priace Ferdinand the
mW at e brdarwd an empire istead
awm of tVbe ~tos
a embaeer eiw -
%* no w*^ II a a
t- et e- -1 s py t wy with Its
.Mesh. i atar md pro a"nd co
thiWO Oeet elgl ivsto earedu-
1me sad he amdect lesoqsem
S ant f t lto wm k tate all bemg
"o hliwee amdto IIma y wit) its
* a the tudle mMd ataehoL Mr.
Spelds abeove the ultra practieteal
. Niam. To ta e e who are to bear the
Smt af edeal this attitudera tmay
MM i*a I it he sts-
S&M IW w etk twaft Wsall be
t -m ratar. a h, arkingt beck to
a at "new pmmd am ael. Mr.
i days whma e dcat was fostred for
o an1h, abe" the alivePracticalt
P TO b oma w a toee bear the
Its own ake and no for a direct prac-
eal Od. The teademcy Ismore and
Same toward spelalkatlon In traninng
a schoo oe the profems as well as
Sfor trades, the arts and come.
. Perhaps tm true college of the tu-
Ib tar wl make tratiig In the national
th Ideals Its specialty.
Vat he "atd
~to A"e many to
do owes= bt"d
kat the hoe of the e
AlIAO N& WUMrs I
be do bo hw deb
'vs.ed sevead *I
I" ndlom vI--w
Trbre*'p a c.ron ned h tid
Ing for the "let ut.:lo:e"
pitch camp In Germany.
m -rial: .%
That "Order of the Eagle" badge
which the kaiser planned on the breast
ef Coaet Spella to In the right place.
bI% Od t ft m h
af- -t- a 1
Saomg d -. When
*a n sor eta st am ttr me cwW ld
>.se mOF e M eat We ank who
Fe-e me wu a asd o by the
No daub t a thsetN asomb eem-
of the Asom n d t cthe pn bie we-
miwa -ionea white we are aold.
tlat is to be ed here. Whbm theme
raiders lade here aelm the shoae be
drown that Ameriaa is o t people who
beo ve a the Country and stand by It
thragb thlek and thib We have tu-
employed labqr here, sad ao al&
aboMld iget a Job so long as there is an
Amerean etluena ready to take bold.
This is a legitimate method of pro-
teetlg our own laborers. The wages
earned by this class will be Invested
here. At the height of prosperity a
few yards ago we were glad to am the
steerage crowds coming over. Their
male was needed. But now that we
are at the turning of the tide. with
thouauds of native and natiomalised
cittisens out of work. employers should
sem to It that those who are nailed to
American soil. so to speak. get the
best employment before the~ fair
weather Americans are taken on. [at
Immigrant laborers see that America
takes care of Its own frst. They need
the lemon. and It they go back home
in a sulk so much the better. Amri-
can prosperity should light upon Amer-
Iuare rstil Crops Out Ina oetbell.
The announcement on the eve of the
great football game that President
Eliot would shortly retire from Har-
vard was followed by a shifting of
players ton the Yale team. Perhaps the
boys of Ell thought the announce
meant was a ruse to "throw a scare
Into them." Itf Prestdent Eiot. who
has championed "denatured" athletics
of all kinds for colleges, abandons the
cause it must be because Harvard's
men refuse to give up kicking and
gouging. and challengers should pre-
pare for a brutal game. Instead of tak-
ing it as a scare. the Yale men accept-
ed It as a dare.
The protests of Dr. Eliot and others
of Influence In the college world against
brutal football or too much football
and other sport have possibly aroused
false hopes as to the taming of the
gridiron. Over 200 casualties, Includ-
Had a Close Call
M.s. Ada I,. Croom. the widely known re-
prietor of the ('room hotel, Vaughn, isa.
says: For several month I suffered with a
severe cough and consumption s8emed to have
its grip on me. wbeu a friend reconamended
I):. K iig's New Disoovery. I begst taking it
aolld there bottles affected a complete acure."so
ahe me of this li mavig cough r ad olde
What's Wrong on the Farm?
The government commission which
is iuvestigatiug the condition of the
farmers has elicited statements from
more than 100 in the middle west, says
Charles Diillon. writing in Harper's
Weekly. Everywhere prairtically the
same: reply was h.ard. -The bt.ys and
the girls cowmilaiin." "They want to
put in new ideas of farming." said a
representative farmer. "They want all
s,*rts of i:,lir svinj nac'hinery; they
want tooks and papers; thely want to'
quit work at sunset or so..,uer; they
want to go to townl every day. We
either have to give thew what tit-
waut or they leave." 'The tlehliltiue.
rural free mail delivery and other in-
novatiious have dune much to improve
farm life conditions,. but until the farm-
er miuns his business ou up to date
lines with the hours ohtainiug iu ,otlicr
'ccupatious the exodus will contiuu,
Is the conclusion arrived at.
Her Heart Was Broken
because her complexion was hia arII 4he
exld ud 1d authia to ckear it un. Ladis.. .
i ;b K
thyhav e u bwebbertos.min IL
- is m.- he f I"
Di~ ilidaa ft s bdwOw w
ia wlng pok Iath. r mth
and watas suwas smeel"d).o.be M44me
When the--p l asergj ma i 4L 3" n er mb s
at sl-thee better. Nat wan ysad
tote," ~~a phy0s sq.-e --U-lyI
to- 'ao melshisheme oy n Enu esew
dgstivsek ailm bsta. hpab sn")irisWNW@ C
Sold byireBannerDrg =8 r
Look out for your Childrenw'
lHeallh while they are young.
PA-.- AA M..
Is a great medicine for children. It keeps their Itver active
in a mild g,,nte, manner, you will see a healthy color appear
on their cheeks, and illness for them will bea thing of thpas
A Positive Cure
CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
FEVER, MALARIA. DYSPBP-
SIA BIOUSNSS, AND ALL
MrsL J. Hopkin, Ma.-
chester, Kan. writes: "I
have used Herbine o r
years, know ofno better for
--i hchillas and fever, headache,
bllio-anems,et,. My child-
ten are never sic I wllbl
IM it always."
Theto w id4 the Peod.
Oe of the thlaep to be thankful for
sla the eststemee ea the statute books
e a pa food law. Yet tt can be said
without grpmbag that the thanks
wil he moe gmearal and a hundred
per emat more hearty whea the pure
food materlaisaes upon the table.
Slce that law bas been In force and
pre eoetams under It have succeeded
a ear of ethaeese boxes made and la-
beled abroaed were duly entered here
and delivered to the Importers pre-
sumably to be f11ed with an Imitation
foreign cheese. Even It filed with
cheese "Just as good" as the Imported
the business Is an Imposition because
the coasumes of this country will be
glad to know always that the pure
food law means for them Just what It
Is meant to mean. Instead there is
still a latent distrust of the contents
of food packages. They are often
found to be Just the same as before
the law was enacted and not what the
label and the price call for. The law
may be used to whitewash damaged
reputations, but the law alone will not
Improve the goods. It must be en-
A Lnaeola Memortal at Washlagton.
The idea of building at the public
expense a road from Washington to
Gettysburg and naming it for Lincoln
seems not to be entertained with any
enthusiasm throughout the country
The scheme is a colossal one. and the
utility of such a road, even for memo-
rial purposes. "as been questioned
Washington. however. seems to be the
point to which all thought turns as the
!ittlug place to preserve the memory
A companion obelisk to that ere-teti
to Washington and situated near it
has been suggested. But the capital:
il undergoing a transformation., and it
would be ditlcult at present to deter-
wine what will in future yeurs be the
most conispicuous site for the purMse.
andI one to surely iie upon an axis ,of
travel for the visitiin untion T'err
is a1 blronize staue of Lincoln in IJ:i
,ilo park. t mile east of the *uai.itl
yet thousands who visit W:a
never even hear of it.
. a.n.a ..
mm *,elmm t
i66e aAr eemme
a sg ata m na er
4B ws afe wa mft os
e u mrsa s o mr an
adi wdx MbeO a Ias Bf,
,ib at aw Im alm ti
>at asetger sa SS e
e no ampe t m e t sat m am
,el w:|-s. gar tePalms ea.mT
-,Wo Owp Teiwn m w te ams MeI
lers y. !t Meovts u w
i". -it e atfthe aannem% ot
etol thel aniwh l sot
go a s ruasemty.-
o18 e tfte I dede at 9h
| ww.o w. r teh
SI t*A 8admifes ato preswri"be
mh atbhm at 1,000 yards
1 a* m iu.tm e gIVest attention, m
"- by ens eaeot no records and
n eto ies the tOlympe games and
8bwhrio. elatis the dtiwtme eo
bgMS the on" low rew mutb
K' wiN wilde wal mar
ome a the weM. iO this match any
fto 1 ato iae* ate tm Ma ta Imess
ewb re c t hehe distnct o n fe ,
hudi an a ind aldonas. arn e mar
-0 ie the Palma tmateh. The
acseater oefm the mateh ope
ae the -e taget being distance
uss- twh be rangeam of of thea
twrgd ana wl Me wh open are sights
amd ay Mped of back i up which wianll
mei property. The r pries will e
itp eam meter to dameter, witho a
te antamed on teo ei thie program
eo ealle to toa points.
Th I beatle alm teams match foat
img w any re with open lore sights
ae mltloal. Tho target wile bela
ia. o meter I mmdiame ter, with a
black center of sixty centimeters di-
ameter, the entire target being divided
This will be and eurnal match for
th United State because of the style
of target the distaneo the count ae
te number of ahots. Each competi-
itoitgs of ten sot each without In-
TiR of Interest in thin match ls that
The revolver team match will be
opera to teams of fear men, usins any
revolver or pistol with open sights, dis-
tase fifty yards. Two fighters and
afty shots will be allowed, a series of
five shots eeh, a fresh target being
prwevdd for each series. The center
Se t anaet hole and not Its edge illi
Sdeeraane the value of the shot.
aheb coeempetng action will designate
Selegate to a committee whose
It I be to settle definitely and
-..t apeal say qaeetion which
sadl s set covered by the rules of
* eh, aa lbs h members of thin corn-
,m u snamtd or the tow
SO va ?A aieW by d w team
jg o mewamies will elast
l mwhe mban k ew a
be in Salty in hahtnm the Ge-
- M|a tortne Cama escaped
theist casteout every new re-
-d as. mames were urauzedt in
f germent yet they knew so
le at what that principle mess and
a d fsu aith st it sad into the United
s 0m a opa aponer for their well be-
M thiat they have patiently given the
bft egverament selected a far trial
iaippolmatd at last. they virtually
diroe eat their government and fell
beck upon the United States.
The deeties of the Liberal ticket.
witb the epoeasnt of the late PresS-
Seat Palma at Its bead. Indicates that
to people have had a lesson in self
germeasnt that they don't want re-
paatL. IJberty hasn't brought them
the mssings they expected. They
have defeated the forces which incline
toward Aarian Influence and which
would prefer annexation with this
country to a tree Cuba ruled by an
aet"al majority of the Cuban elect.o
mati. The men who opposed Palma.
who dent want st neztion with this
cemntry and whose watchword is "Cu-
be for Cbans" are nla power. If they
rue well. "Cuba libre" becomes a taet
and not a mere dream. If they rule Ill
and agau make Intervention necessary.
they will play Into the hands of those
who seek anneation, for It is ez-
tremly unlikely that the next occupa-
tion of Cuba by our flag wll be tem-
porary, as to the past
Pelitte l Btsrm In Chlna.
The. actual change of rulers In China
same suddenly, but hem surprise had
bena discounted. It had been an-
sounes4 that the dowager emspresa,
who was the real ruler. would abdi-
eate at tie beginning of the Chinese
new year. Is that event the programme
for the titular emperor and for the
sucesiemn would have been managed
In the usual way. The nation had been
schbooled to expect Prince Chun and
his bheir when the time eame for a
change, and so the palace was revolu-
tionlasd without precipitating an Im-
mediate outbreak of the people.
Whether reform In China will ac-
cept patiently the programme laid out
by the imperial council must soon be
determined. A constitution has been
declared and the time set for the In-
auguration of sweeping reforms In the
structure of good government. Ten
years is a long period to expect the
people who have waged some of the
fercest and the loneast rebellions of
modern dWys to be good. It may be
that the reforming element of China
Is not organized for revolution, but It
has a programme which is preached
Incessantly, demanding practically a
revolution of the army. the navy and
the civil system of the central govern-
ment All Asia is seething with aspl-
rations for radical reform, and the ad-
vent of a new regime In Pekin is the
signal for Chinese reformers to -put
their claims up to the palace.
Envy at not being Invited to White
House 'labor dinners" shouldn't ran-
kle very deep in the breast of the man
who has risen to the occasion of break-
ing In a new range or the hired girl
Sking sudden leave.
So far all has gone well for "Cuba
llbre" except the actual practice of
freedom by the Cubans themselves
Now. for the last time. It's "up to"
I Women will surely get political rights
if their men friends keep on losing nine
battles out of ten In the "stag" fight
for their own.
The new way to stave off the effects
of alcohol is to feed the toper his due
portion of jam first.
It takes a fool with a gun to demon-
Mtate the easiest way of avoiding the
eam t f ~d aga
was emaa anh u min
im ear ae sad ,
w ftkar 'M, -sp mwe aR see dams
ad the easmpage al dowL. BoeR
day th- eal Veme wlM be swe t
away, ak then ths wfl ask me to
build It p."
The real Vence has not been swept
away, but the campane on July 14.
i3m0 *ull ato thee Pla dla I'Ian Mar-
e, and the title boy. Gastan Moret-
ti, now a tal man, was asked to build
It up, says a Veie correspodet of
the New York Times. 8o within the
next few mother It wll be completed.
with a new marble top, crowned with
a new agte of an angel In gilded
brie, and abond the marble top
there will be the statues of Peace.
Mercuy. ApoUo and Pallas, designed
by Bansovia a century and a half
ago, and the old bronse gates will be
found again at their accustomed place
in the logetta. For over a thousand
years the campanile stood as the
watchtower of the Lady of the Adri-
atic. and the new tower, with its elec-
tric light 320 feet above the plasma, Is
expected to last until a new city has
been built upon the ruins of the old.
After the catastrophe of 1902 the
question was whether to rebuild the
new tower on the old foundation or to
let the latter form the nucleus of a
new foundation. The latter plan was
adopted, and on April 25, 1906, the
ceremony of laying the foundation
stone of the new structure was held.
SELF OPENING DOOR.
Autematil EKtraune Way That Has
Been Installed In a Restaurant.
A well known Fifth avenue restau-
rant in New York has recently had in-
stalled an utomattic door which is
both novel and unique, and it is at-
tracting much attention from the pa-
trons of the place.
The contrivance consists of a wood-
en platform carrying doormats. The
platform is depressed by the weight of
the person entering and admits him,
while a series of levers are so disposed
as to close the door when he has en-
-The speed of opening and closing is
carefully regulated, and the person en-
tering Is safe from being struck by the
door as it closes behind him. The
doors are not affected by wind pres-
sure, and slamming Is obviated by an
oil dash pot.
Practical Forestry Work at Yale.
In the forest school pamphlet for
1908-9. which will soon be issued, It
will be announced that the forest
school at Yale university has now ob-
tained the use of the extensive hold-
Ings of land of the New Haven Water
company for work In practical fores-
try. A portion of this land has been
in charge of the school for several
years, but the tract now to be put un-
der forestry management aggregates
some 9,000 acres, of which over half is
The Hobo as a Barometer.
The Armourdale (Mo.) police are pre-
dicting a long. hard winter.
"What do you judge by-the thick-
aess of the goose's breastbone or the
number of shucks on the corn?" was
"Neither." said the officer. "but by
the number of garments on the ho-
boss. We caught one recently in the
Rock Island yards who wore six
shirt, three pairs of trousers, four
vests, two coats and a waiter's jump-
That package of cigarettes which
was in the right spot to save a man's
life was even better than the usual
flask, but neither of these is as relia-
ble In such a crisis as a pocket edition
of the New Testament.
Not a single member of the recently
elected Porto Rican legislature Is fa-
vorable to the American connection.
And up to date the Americans have
neglected to admit Porto Ricans to
Anna Gould's prince sends every one
of his collars to the laundry sixty-four
times. Probably needs the money
saved that way for cigarettes.
"Tramp colonies" sounds fine. pro-
riding we can get a soft name for the
big stick which is to make colonists
bustle for rations.
Look for a bill to put some sort of
"Inter-sky traffic" hopple on the air-
ship business among the freak legisla-
tion this winter.
teme me aea un
Seno hams r a .
ome o the aep sa Thae ine at
7eeat taw &Wthe a b&ift
todi amuhb a me m eato tien
the Prince fet mon wheo s asin
ommneia for the w gu cm wek tat
In now bheg completed.
Appropriately enough m n to enda-
dos are lai almost In the sea, tem
which the southern facade towers up
275 feet. the northern ftcade being two
stories above the level of the top of the
rock of Monaco. The building thus
covers the whole face of the elff rising
from the see and as seen from paying
boats Is most Imposing. The northern
facade is handsomely decorated, hav-
Ing sixteen futed columns, two Im-
mense symbolical groups and a series
of coats of arms. These columns,
which with their base and capital
measure 12.70 meters, are cut out of
one solid plece of rock, and each
weighs about twenty-five tons. The
groups are each 3.55 meters in height
and have been sculptured out 6f one
block. So are also the columns which
decorate the principal ball.
The principal entrance to the build-
Ing will be from the heights of the
rock of Monaco. From the entrance
hall there is a double grand staircase
nla the same stone as the building, but
polished and embellished with sculp-
tures. Facing the entrance Is the
salon d'bonneur, on the right a con-
ference hall and on the left a large
exhibition hall. On the first floor Is
another large reception room, which
will probably serve for meetings, and
two exhibition balls. From this floor
the staircase leads on to the roof.
which forms a large terrace 1,500
meters square, commanding a superb
view of the coast
The lower foor is almost entirely
given over to the aquarium, with its
large tanks with constantly flowing
sea water controlled by machinery In-
stalled in the basement of the building.
There is also a large room which will
be reserved for the dissection of fishes
and for the mounting of skeletons and
forms of fishes and submarine plants.
In the principal hall Immediately fac-
ing the entrance will be placed the
marble statue of the Prince of Monaco
which was exhibited at the last salon
SLEEP CURE FOR SIN.
Clergyman Says Wives Can Keep Hus-
bands Home by Using It.
The sleep cure is the latest discovery
In the realm of mental suggestion.
Just who discovered it has not been
revealed, but its marvelous powers
were described the other day by the
Rev. Henry C. Rose, rector of the
Church of the Redeemer, In Newark,
N. J. Of course sleep itself helps to
refresh tired mortals. but the Rev. Mr.
Rose said that by mental suggestion
when the subject is asleep husbands
can be cured of vice, crimes ,-an be
prevented and bad habits of children
removed. As an instance of the power
of mental suggestion when the sub-
ject is asleep the clergyman cited the
case of a woman who cured her hus-
band of his nightly habit of going to
As des-ribed by the Rev. Mr. Rose
the sleep cure Is based on a simple,
theory. lie said that while the con-
scious self is asleep the subconscious
self is awake. In fact. It never sleeps.
All a wife has to do Is to sit by her
hu'l:tand's led anti appeal to the wide
awavike IuMl-onlscius self to make the
husband good. The clergyman said lhe
:1,d the Rev. Elwood Worcester. rector
of the Emmanuel Plrotestaut lpiscko-
pal ,'hur, h of Boston. experimented
aliout a hundred children of depraved
mlnds and that thlity-tivf were cured
entirely. forty-tive were hellptd miate-
rlilly and that the treatment failed
ol0.y in twelve cases.
Iu descrildtug the cast of the w,"iniin
w ho tried thlit silep .itire' on iter hu.s-
btunid anid th.-reloy sltoppled him from
ne- ,'tl tin; l his l- iniei' r. r his hlil, ilh'
,-ctr-"umii a-;aid that the nifte sat by
her huaslnind's ied :iand told hini that
the iexti ngi-ht ,'. w'-tild nott go t) iis.
iul, to drink and 'arouse. but tLat
he ttwould co
ner and speud the evening with her.
"The next day the husband came
home as his wife said he would." the
Rev. Mr. Rose asserted. "He forgot
his club. and soon, after persisting in
the treatment, the wife cured him en-
tirely. If such treatment is benetlcal
to the husband it will be good for
wives too. They might be kept from
extravagance to dress. and many un-
happy homes might be brightened."
Where Buets vnew
David Parker, of Fayette. N. Y., a veteran
of the civil war. who lost footat GettystMrs.
akys "The good Electrie Bittes have done
is worth more than five hundred dollar to
Its I w ..L _#- b
~~~*I sop ~'
= smils sb
awhhw do a s 'bld Ubmwov
G- bleoftabI" free by =4 altma be*
inig moeanoAM - In-I mishwi
offer ft hlsd" n
hamom, N. Y. iie
DnS't make anyy *mahL but imsmWe
the nmaie, swainp.Ire, Dr. Kilicisft
Beet. OWdthe indium, N.1
on every bottl.. NgsmN
4- A a i Cp tX2L
Boys and Vraaing.
The Maine Farmer advise boys to
stick to the farm as a business prope-
sition. The argument is not new. but
there Is certainly ample justificatio
for It now. The value of agricn tmal
land generally is increasing, and the
farmer can often make more than a
"living." even though he only supports
his family, by improving his acreage
and selling out at an advance.
The real boy days are the hardest
ones to live through on a farm for a
boy of spirit His work is measured
by the work of older and stronger
hands, and he naturally thinks he
could do better in some other occupa-
tion. Farm associations, especially
where transient hands are employed,
are not always good for growing boys,
and itf the boy falls to see it his moth-
er sees It and encourages his ambittio
to get away. Boys dislike school where
they cannot learn something useful,
and they will dislike farm life that i
not an advance for them.
That sudden and mysterious "taking
off" of the empress dowager and the
Imprisoned emperor of China has
enough of the color of "deep damna-
tion" in It to lucite outsiders against
the palace clique.
Great Britain now has six Dread-
noughts and is to build more. Proba-
bly the whole dreadful business wor-
ries the nation that pays the price
more than any other.
Judge landis' coup on Standard Oil
bids fair to put $29.000.000 or so in
the pockets of the lawyers having "a
whack" at the case one way and an-
We cat iringine the English parlia-
ment gettlng- real busy and doing some
work whenever a tip comes that a suf-
frage raid Is off for the nonce.
Thb surest way of conserving our re-
sources is to put prices beyond the
reach of everybody, then add a dash of
Druggists are compelled to
ful about the sale of poisons.
wide open policy prevails
BEST FOR THE
boweis every day. yos've Llior willbe. Keep yout
boweis 0 &. ad be wall. Fole a th. shape. of
violetst Nhyalic or phil poiev. 1Is &asgems.m.The
smoouthest, eamlest, smoss Perfect way at keepias
t~h* bowels cleaw sad does is to take
9AT m L-ll @AUM
ee bs at t dodie -
it Mei about a year md a bhalf ago.
I ve pe enat wilput about $K,-
A at. delsalton
S4kii t be Brat
Wel dfsws a de-
*Mot a"out eveii-
trIo the rural
mawip Prt thus
.the&terM vote to
= aflrrd while no
| ha ben paid to tis
ft Is very probable
AMY Rsepia votein
w I due to their
at L a .t Quincy the
E 'We m was killed and
u renrly wounded. It is,
out to the press that
Ain been smoothed over
m bpwill be taken to find
was guilty of violation
or to punish those who
o This serious, if true,
e -T=P Times, and might
a prove a profitable course in the
Sa. If uptable people can
5:f 4*ti p db wa, the disreputable
.o am might be daring
ti to mulate the method.
S., wmm~ who ver ran for
S, lorida, Mrs. 8. J. F. Unn,
S, ~ dliste candidate for state su-
S htmdfnt of schools, received
*Mry .4,000 votes. She had 1,525
v* a move to her credit than the
(ididats for governor on that ticket.
Thiest highest to Mrs. Linn on that
tebet was A. B. Kimball for state
tsworer, who received 3,528 votes,
but Mr. Kimball's name was first of
the ndidates for that office on such
Udkots as followed the alphabetical
Arrangement, therefore he received
more than a thousand votes above
tess given for the candidate for
Valuable Information Free
It is pleasing to note the real prac-
tial information theWilson & Toom-
er Fltiliser Co. are sending out in
thlr booklets. Every grower in the
state and all prospective settlers
sold have a set of them, for each
Industry is described in a thorough
mlaner by an authority. There is
quite a series of books on citrus cul
tare, but perhaps the three that ar .-
espeially interesting, at this season
we the complete booklet "F! wrida
Vegetables," and th: i:'- "Iri .
Potatoes" and "Fall F-:izinr %':t-
rus Trees." Each is a counplete
treatise on its subject, yet sj c.vis".
as to be handy for tho pockets. In
no ease has so much information of
practical value been given fre to the
public except by the agricultural d ?-
apartments of the state or the United
Brown's Plea For Discharge
W. M. Brown, of Miami, appeared
Before Judge Locke in U. S. court at
r o'v J iIes ltA Saturday in his own
S bdIf oi a plea for discharge from
Seomd indictment made against
i h b the Frt Dallas bank matter,
S- it being that the second
,ge d l li the same offense
%Ilt t ,ad the law declares that
vas omdbe tried twice on the
H.&V. B DewCo.
ITh H.& W.B. Drew company.
Ard's oldest, largest and fore-
m st Adeawy bom., have an ad-
visemOs t ta today's BARto which
yOarspeMalamm is called. They
hbo a am th stock of holiday
goods for Christmas shoppers who
will finad erythitng in their estab-
llshmert to suit both their fancy and
pure. When in Jacksonville do not
fail to visit Drew's. You will re-
ceive courteous attention, and the
obliging lerks will take pleasure in
showing goods. Mail orders also re-
ceive prompt attention.
Three Drowned at Deals
FEm the ewt PalImeh ewb
Thanksgiving at Deani has proved
anything but a day of blesings. Ear-
ly in the morning a crowd gathered
on the beach with the expectation of
having a delightful time. All went
well until afternoon.
Directly afterlunch Miss Mary
Dykes went into the water for bath-
ing. Not long after the cries of help
from her younger brother who had
preceded her attracted her attention.
Mary at once started toward her
brother only to be borne down by the
There were no men on the shore at
the time, they being on the sound, a
short distance away.
Hearing the cries of distress and
learning that it was Mary, Mr. W.
C. Dykes hurried to the beach. With-
out heeding those who were begging
him to stay be plunged into the wat-
er but before he could reach his idol
daughter he was heard to say: "I
shall never get back" and began to
sink. He sank soon afterwards.
Willie Alsobrook andWinfield Price
tried hard to rescue their young com-
panions but were only saved from
being drowned by Mr. Price and Mr.
Mulford. The last two named tried'
time and again to reach the floating
bodies of Mary and her father, but
A message was sent after a lifeboat
Deatosw Canntt B. Curnd
By local applications, as they cannot reacn the
diseaed portion of the ear. there is only one
way to areu deafness. and that is by constito
tional remedies. Deafnem is canned by an in-
flamed condition of the munous lining of the
eustachian tube. When this tube geta inflamed
you have a rumbling Mound or imperfect bear-
ing. and when it is entirely clobed deafnef i.
the reint, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out :mnd this tube restored to its normal
condition. heltaring will Ibe destroyed forever-
nine wiss ,t oft ten aret carliaed by catarrh.
which is nothing: lit ai inflamed condition of
the umu'u .. surfvtes.
.',' Willt i\ One sillinre,4 lD lars for any
(-...- oif 'tea;.e,'s i-A(im -td l y e ntarrh) that can
1n.r .* e r-iird by Iflll' CI'atarrh ('ure. Seud for
1 .I. t'HENEY ('4 .. Toledo. 0.
"' :1 e.. 'v .*lrm zi.tae. .se.
i:.i*. Fan.ily Pills i re the l.st.
'U. A. STEWART
I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention
Robbins & Graham Co.
Paid-Up Capital $25,000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St
Lucie river, at New river and on
Wh s wa r g JMar the wife
ad mw to witam. e s left
wih theeommd atittle daughter.
Mary, tha oMe, wa about smwen
tm yearsold Mr. Dykei thirtyteve
A Dee2 beakeby
It isamMd that the gretetand quick-
est pMuMat adverling e on
eeIAd is that of CarCearet, Candy Ca-
thearti wdeh have bmsa p tetly
mdvkwerUuia T wYre bWa t cluey i-
the inwpaprsforabo tet years. In
that time th ,ale of Caseets has
N fro nothem y to over milli.
et. Ti wooderfl record
t the roflt of werit mecmoanly
wis rsan kha t w
=a& dret who tried Caear-
f ase dbrct resouhof adyertsIdy,
were yeurttn eenmamdederi-
eb totheir fr ds, until its fame was
-prod to become universaL
Whiskey Vs. Food
A prominent grocer furnishes the
cost of the following commodities
which is leas by $11.35 than the cost
of three drinks of whiskey per day
for one year at ten cents per drink:
3 bbls. flour $ 18.00
20 bas. sweet potatoes 20.00
200 lbs. granulated sugar 12.00
1 bbl. crackers 3.00
1 lb. pepper .30
2 lbs. tea 1.00
50 lbs. salt .50
20" rice 1.50
50 butter 18.00
10 cheese 2.00
10 candy 1.50
25 coffee 5.00
3 cans tomatoes 3.00
10 dos. pickles 1.00
10 oranges 2.50
10 bananas 1.50
2 cans corn .25
18 boxes matches .10
i bushel beans 1.50
100 cakes soap 4.00
12 pkgs. rolled oats 1.50
Cost of whiskey at ten cents
per drink, three drinks a
day for one year $109.50
A. R. MooRE.
o.l IMy oKim T.o
East Coast Meat Market
0. F. DURUN, AGZNT
of all Kinds,
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Weak, Exhausted, Pe-ru-na Gave New Life.
M rs. E. W. Brooks, 515 8. Steele St., South Tacoma, Wash., writes:
S "I want to recommend Peruna to mothers. When my little girl eame, I
:felt very weak and ehasusted, and It semed that 1 could not regain my
"My mother bought me a bottle of Peruna, after I had tried severalother
much advertised remedies without relief. I had little faith, as I was very
weak, but within a week after I had eommeneced taking Peruna I was like a
"New life and vitality seemed to come each day until In a few weeks I
was in fine health and a happy woman. Thanks to your splendid medleine,
I have enjoyed good health for several years. I always keep Peruna os
* hand, as a few doses will set me right when I am feeling badly."
S* sse Le e- se ses s e e as s-
He pronounced him well and for a few
weeks he was not troubled, but stoe
that time the discharge from his ars
was almost Constant and very e*
"Finally I began giving him Pewuna
and Lacupia, and after he had takes
two bottles of the Lacupil he was e-
"I cannot praise Leapla and rte
Catarb e Ears.
Mrs. G. W. Heard, Hempetead, Texas,
writes in regard to her son Carl: "My
son's ears had been affected since he was
a baby. He seemed to have risings in
his head. He would be very fretful for
several days, then his ears would run pro-
fusely what appeared to be c. ruptlon.
'The last year I thought he had almost
loot his hearing and had a local physi-
cian treating him for about six weeks.
People W Object to Liid MedelMn ShulM Bay Perm TaMNt
Ask your druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for 1909
& awe s. he.d..we. H W .A R ee
OiB "s" 2A 0dle-4h h woando&l. Ih. h s
Det WE FANKUN-TUMER CO, W71 IvNy St., Nast,
BUY A FARRAND ORGAN FROI
INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
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Al- dabirobse JAW.
Aw tmi no= as
die. VWAIMW wa 0
by so adod dd&
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md w d dw
III 1M0 d Jdiff t Davi.,
SI, thee that
I be ~e d lran dtweahoolsk
en a t r slmn oceasemo;
"Bnhvd-T2 d, tdot a empy of
thmer- -IMal i be seat to Gemsal
Osme t A. ymi with the request
ea we" day with "ainrste
w -en cummnandlng most
Sheartilyendom thia movement, and
he mot earnestly ure all the camp
Sof ttlFeratlio to lend their ad
i hnearying outthe wishesof these
Snobl women so beautifully expremed
adbhe hope for a ready compliance
*wbth thib order.
By command of
CLDNamT A. EVANS,
iOkdal: General Commanding.
'I WKK. E. MIL,
SAdjutant-General and Chief of Staff.
* Dt Iat yW Us become ezMhuastl Give them
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IILSOR & T01ER FBRITIIZER CO.
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The First National Bank
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
BEtablished 186. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
, OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida
sad 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
Country Accounts a Specialty
Write us, call on us, or we will call on you
The Capital of this Bank, $1,WN, combined with Surplus,
OM0,000 and stockholder's liability of $1SM,, means a fund of
$450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
this careful consideration
J. T. Dismukes, President
0. B. Lamar, Vioe President and Cashier
Reginald Whit., Asistant Cashier
ritusville Lumber Company
TITUSVILLI, FLA. F.E.C.R.R.
Saw ad Planig lls Dry Kilns
Rough and Dressed
I All grades ceiling, siding. flooring
SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention to local orders
TITOSVILLE ICE CO.
D I~3u*ivd ho uDklbdIWdul
&bIe eAm bn D e. 1.
Tab ame nt is hldM as foel-
I shin :per
col .4tomet %M ates
UI--O--d t Rs I----i -I M
sad h s ~dash s 7.M.L
The lbalees belcag.lg to each fund
ar as foe.ws:
CMmty d ad bridge ftd 40.16
M fd -....-----.......... 1.82
Has sodeiitmU fund5 -L.783
Spelal road fund Dis. No. 1 1569.08
64 do 44 4 441 2 2081.
4444 a i s d 4 4 84.70
l 6 "' 5 189.81
Game warden fund--------- 1,.51
Property of dece ed persons
County school fund--------......... 298.86
Special school fund "C" state
A Little Osm Will kave zany Titus-
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Watch the kidney secretions,
See that they have the amber hue
The discharges not excessive or in-
Contain no "brick-dust like" sedi-
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They watch the kidneys and cure
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Titusville testimony proves it.
Mrs. Josephina A. Lewis, living in |
Titusville, F says: "For some
time I suffered from a weakness of
the kidneys and an irregular action
of the secretions caused me great an-
noyance. My back was also very
lame and weak and I suffered con-
stantly from a dull, nagging pain
through my loins. I could not rest
well at night and at times was in such
a miserable condition that I could not
attend to my household duties. I
used several remedies but did not ob-
tain much relief. I finally learned
of Doan's Kidney Pills and obtained
them. They proved to be far more
beneficial to me than any other rem-
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vanished, my kidney secretions acted
regularly and I now feel stronger
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Doan's Kidney Pills the credit for
this great change in my condition."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
NOTICE OF LOCAL OPTION ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that a special elec-
tion will be held in Brevard county on the
Mud day of December. 190., to decide whether
the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in aid county and the fol-
lowing registered voters are appointed in.
spector and clerks of mid election:
Precinct No. 1, LaGrange-W. H. Ballon.
Louis Coleman, (. A. Carlile. inspectors; P. L.
Precinct No. 2. Titosvile-0. A. Stewart.
F. H. Black, A. A. Bethea, inspection: J. P.
Precinct No. 3. City Point-B. F. Beal.
W. H. Sharpe, (+eo. E. Chester. inspectors:
E. E. Swinmon, clerk.
Precinct No. 4, Bockledge-A. I. Moore.
A. W.Hardee, Fred Fisher, inspectors; W. G.
Precinct No. 5. Eau Gallie-P. A. McMillan.
J. R. Mathers. W. H. H. (ileao.n, inspectors;
S. K. Watts. clerk.
P'retint No. *,. Melbourne--('. F. amp-
bell. C'. R Oslin. C. H. Stewart. inspectors;
Sam Martin. clerk.
Precinct No. 7. Ma'abar-4;eo. W. Wash-
burn. W. P. Aruold. F. M. Forrebt. inp-ectors:
F. A. Drake. clerk.
Precinct No. K. Grant-J. M. Hlerndon. Lars
Jorgenmen. Joseph Williamson. i.-pectors:
Charles Christian.-n. clerk.
Precinct No. P. Banyan-Rl. H. Ste-wart,
W. J. Ragan. C. L. Stewart, inspectors: A.
Osteen. ele rk.
Precinct No. I0. (Gettria;-sna-.J:ams Tuttle.
P. H. Wittlfell. J. W. Bruner, in.p.wctors:
E. V. Hull. clerk.
Pr-ciuct No. 11. Merritte-J. I). Satms. A. S.
Humphreys. T. auders. iuspe.tors: I1). St.
Clair Nishet, clerk.
Precinct No. 12. Haulover-J. W. Griffis.
C. H. Nauman. T. R. I'rok. inspectomn: Win.
Precinct No. 13. C(anaveral-F. M. Wil-,n.
H. L. Holmes. J. H. H. -ga. inspectorr: IGem.
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tS am- of ftwaf m
do e t te La 2r eb theS i smaysLtt
S am p a s lensome at asm,. am* 4 tX
w assIN ratthM, a pes ad LAve to hbep lght the as OMaJsS G a
Sa ,we lty dow IMt tree. Seekag Om that shoud be lhably placed I
4u'W es ths earth high as hope, wide as love and that "led in a let Sel si
S p b sW m o the stanm bere the alsgp oft the eres on every .m wbn. the ba etr W W -=em
b' ewith ph al bough, they ebose the balsam s ir, hosts t m ueS WithX SIYe
p" t have s same coa- whleh bast oftall t trees lIn the for- b
of-ess.-.a s ee to get up a dan.r in her apautue
*n.o.o inO o est taw u tLrme Perham and without a rm st fw or aJet
woB whotakd with a that I a good reason wy the ings what Is a dinner? Ethel Roosevelt ea
neS t t New Terk WorMd t his about the Cbritmas tree In my old preside at the head of her table almost
S Nhme at Waterloo, N. B t bornme that which has preserved it from as well.as her father does.
twn i de part. for Walalngton being swept along In the flood of
be rh i depend the winter. said: senseless luxury that has swamped so Cure Per Loafing.
Mft to a fatn -t S isf s tros an many thing. In our money mad day. To cure Its office boy of loafing a -IeWI
.- t with ma It is eniy fasth says Jacob A. Rls In bhis article, en- firm at Belolt, Wis., has equipped the .
a hn 0 nUnowledis, aMd Nt Intoend- titled "Yuletide In the Old Town," in push cart they use with devices for
S dtot we shall haveon knowledge Weo CrsmsCetr.
do wet vem s- lebod sid We the Christmas Century. At least so it registering the distance covered In
Us to e m t t the sta, where we inhabit was then. Every time I see a tree trips and the speed made.
W e -w pOn"al- bdase:' which embrace our stqded with electric lights, garlands '
o ft" v -es- soeuls. Weo see an boear and have of tinsel gold festooning every branch Odd Ways to Dress the Hair. .
the anemw tost, Sams and touch. and
^it M^t psrfs other new and more joyous od hung with the hundred costly One of the prettiest coiffures seen
i 11ht m. knalekknacks the storekeepers Invent this winter was displayed by Miss
.." m arile we ust stmt With the ast. startling, year by year "to make trade" until Ethel Roosevelt, daughter of the preal- o- ee s,- -
ev-- mn thought that there exists
1e his day a power that can create an mmortal south, the tree Itself disappears entirely un- dent, in a Washington theater a few
lE fItln'S capable of living tfor ever. Once created. der Its burden. I have a feeling that a evenings ago. Her hair was crimped
he In the the soul must go on and on throughout fraud has been practiced on the kind- in big. soft waves and gathered back
Sthe o eternity. The great object ly spirit of Yule. from her face in cloudy masses with-
l, hstec" i l atlon. It can be satisfied only by sn- Wax candles are the only real thing out attempt at a pompadour. It was
en I sacount. mortality. for a Christmas tree. candles of wax fastened at the back In a loose knot Ms M nS l
1*rB the Admittlag the future existence of the that mingle their perfume with that with a big, pearl topped comb. Wound SP OAL W
soul, what more logical thought can we te- -
Ma C Itm than that our souls so to some oth. of the burning fir, not the byproduct in and out of the loose strands were
at Ceke we or part of the universe to take up their of some coal oil or other abomina- ropes of white satin ribbon on which .
V .wee se ena ahb thear? Th*y do not exist here o tion. What If the boughs do catch small pearls had been sewed. Mis
n and tmothe s eh existed e? There is no communet O e? They eVn be watched, and too Roosevelt has abundant blond halr.
bhelr l ca In e aton betWeen the souls of the departed many candles are tawdry anyhow; and this method of dressing it was ef-
Skept for that sad the souls of those who remain. Such also red apples, oranges and old fash- fective. A novel colgure was seen at ..Ba
Si as a san a s t wold be a sary unhappy esh I tloned cornucopias made of colored pa. the opera the other evening. This par-- _au
iad gallon mon meaning of the word. The idea or per, and made at home, look a hundred ticular woman was gowned in cerise
else went spirit rapplags is entirely able. times better and fitter in the green. satin. Her hair was puffed, and a .
t th llad to w go to some o the srs-to Srus. and so do drums and toy trumpets and bunch of cherrlea formed a comblieo *|
p^ t SO m bie reinvested with physical bodle. The wald horns and a rocking horne reined effect at the back, with a Jauaty knot I
n' d 9801oomy joys of existence attendant upon the use up in front that need not have cost of cherry ribbon Just above the fruit,
him" a d mother ot the ive sense must not be sacrisoed. $40 or anything like It
mat"BIn peNS And what more reasonable thought than or ayti l M N t
S l poke that we l be Invted with nw enses Mob Insuranoe a Novelty. M
A W pletbof. but as enjoyable, If ot more so. than the ive Taft's Turn to Buy Now. A genuine novelty In the way of tn-
sait toae .a that Mea is that When To the Jovial rivalry between Presi- a w introdmcd in
S be this earth we do not scatter to different dent Roosevelt and President Elect London, England, called "mob meru- I
dbee mad planets. Th1 would be a terrible espara- Taft over the football prowess of Har- rnce." It i taken out by merchtbta
Wlb meant throw- ton. Suppose we are sent to Mans and vard and Yale was added a new chap. against possible losses through rioting
The ithrlfl at our dearest friends have one to Sirius. or looti g by mob. Tbts does not
and w Thi very tbs Is stress ter the other day. The president elect voting by mobs. This dos not
S ed la Suroely l t the great beyond we shall re- had just returned from riding with his mean that merchants fear the saufra-
mll atl ig inte th* sin our ftrids. We shaL not scatter brother, Henry W. Taft, and Brigadier gettes are about to burst all bounds
eld af t come of it! We shall know each other there as we and Iagrate a reign of terror P
wlu may trned to sad have known each other here and shall General Clarence R. Edwards, both of and inaugurate a regn of terror. Pro-
meet In whom rc tection Is rather sought against the
have friends among those we meet in whom reached Hot Springs. Va.. re- nce of the unemployed, who a re
vie 00 Qs Oa cut no* this lite and among the countless millions enUy violence of the employed. who are
fw ib wwe e little who ave preeded us to the neeropoistes u"How did te game come out? he usually numerous In London this
qf apt ~h we played cards of the Past aes. sow d season and are likely to become more
N 'd ea pocketIs wit I leve to think that tn the next world asked.
s4 'ea po urets was sseso winter advances. The most ae-
T ie will be a little easier than It is bere. "Four to nothing, and all for Har- tv de wantfr tdian qe ThInst ranc
IssMatly. Talk After tmhe eares of this lite are over we ative demand for tbhi queer insrace
assis- Ours was sh aseed rest. The most Prevalent hope vard." In the vicinity of the parliament
go MaWo s that of a little rest before entering "Oh, pebawl" and then, with a laugh. buildings, which would ntml
as new lars. Th new life will he a '"'l Just have to send the press nt the objective point of mob I Lt
us cren little easier. A little rest is what we long mtu. c tulation by wire. but Yale make a demonstration against the au-
etD Cris4mas to us ehtMre. tfor. But when we reason upon the sub-
inl do t on1g frg Set we must believe that the fe to come won last year. torities.
8at thin cut it a l- ,lone of activity, a life of work. a life
Sthe Ms. They were good, tho e CS ar doe notHog Squeals Repreoduced. General Corbln says that "one fool
whm baked brown 1 weish I the trn hangdler does not be lieveoul on It has often been oo said that the pack- woman can cause more trouble for an
S See hrmthu ea plane Nor does he beheve that the the hog except the squeal Recently my pot than all the men." Evident- fh
t ae I neow that in the old In making phonograph record to ae- one fool woman" can upseL WtU,
-V S tes went hungry or cold dr. YOUNG ROOSEVELT DIPLOMAT company moving picture displays of
ih beiN Ut f tned any one ackling bouse methods. Hard to account for that "largest
vSr dM. Dwusy ae gave of what he Quentin ,at Seheel, Teld Father's Busai- deficit in history" -which the postofmce e*
MI N1 l at mm was aftad of pauper- mes, but Did Net Disobey. The Great Southern Remedy department faces unless the flood of
S i aenyedy by his gifts, for they Quentin Roosevelt, the president's St.L Joseph's Liver Regulator i an excellent political literature in the last campaign
Si WN g ladly and In love, and youngest son, recently began to attend remedy for dishes of the liver and kidneys. was distributed as freight
that shea all the dIfrence-d then school Into Washington. Before enter- sip n, msraor Wdizzine, indies- ipM u
is as naOw. At Christmas It is per- Ing school he was told at home that he a dormant liver and kidneys. It is pleasant We can spare the "b" In doubt itf lM h* 4 s M kau
4.' ''4oaltte to let our secientlac prinel- mustn't let the fact that his father Is to take, purely vegetable, and is carefully reformers init sic thr is la r eMs-le l-S--
Wi8/d s a Jut remember the Lord's president give him any airs: that it prpard by the old established Gerstle Medi- spelling reformers Inalats aince there is s sbs | lid
..-' se mS that we love one another. had nothing to do with his standing In ly should it, Thounds use it and pro- b" cl at and for cie. In
S'g 1 te to all the selentUfl princi- school-in short, that be was not to noonce it the best liver medicine on the mark- the eneut whicn usually goes witn
S.-,' As fe vig with perfect loyalty mention It at all. et. Draggists sell it, liquid 50 cents a bottle; doubt.
at try to practice them til Chrisat On the first day the pupils were ask- powders S5 cents a box.
m. ae week eorea ti with Its holly and ed to tell where they lived and what The kalaer's own people must know
-,.- a. smell of balsam and fir and the their fathers did for a living. It came Changing the Form of Ballot. that that terrible mailed fst" to at-
e ;.-we l, anyway, It' only a little 'Where do you liver' of ballot reform in many states have
while. Nw ear's and thei long cold "At the White spouse he replied renewed the agitation for a ballot has doer braithi e healCT soah TH
Sowatpr coe soon enough. after a pause. which shall eliminate the party col- dily organ exercising n harm y,
,'4*. "What Is your father's business?" umn. The object is to make the cast- the frst essentials of a Simple
U FR AYMPIC ATHL The admonition not to mention that Ing of a "split" vote easier than it is Porfresh-
SFOR 0 Shis father is president stuck in Quen- sometimes thought t b with the or- aepuItyawl relt- AU OF PEACE Ac SAi IW C
sometimes thought to be with the or-
t M~ ralre of Yankee Team to Band Ts th t. He made no reply t all. diary blanket ballot a se lves. rmers No one can know the pure delight
Either In an Organization. Still no Objection is made to the form of have confidence simple living whose nervous s is
1$Mets of the Yankee team which tr them because kept in a state of tensu by
Sthe ankee team which Come you have to answer, you ballot which requires the voter to they know they tion, Id Bi
e. 4id the cream of the wocld's ath- know. What does your father do?' mark each candidate of his choice on ca h o rn lio-d and other disease due to action of the
lets In the Landau Olympic games are The youngest Roosevelt looked the the ground that this system demands ment with cheap liver.
as to koep the teao ym Intact by teacher squarely In the eye and re- Intelligence beyond the mind of the tieibuying The Simple Way totk thpn
ksil aedsn Into anbOlympicclub.seekdthsentmouy bo Ltfouisot-
NAMr Porter, the former Cornellian "He's it." fora conscientious editions. This remedy has been d
Swho sports the winged foot and who form I most vigorous In communities and rustworthyat du
wh.,o kp the tnea tact b teah er syhoque. outin g reat Simple W ay t ose the im
captwd the high jump at the Olym. where the vote Is close, and It is no- Fer ar's Seed Anael
Dancing Expeted In White House. fortwosr EtE.Adr TEH
n for the dea. He There are not mayaccomplishments tictaeble that In many states where the r SUNL.eT. JOcEPtHr
amw cempelstlg plans for the forma- which the wife of President Elect form of the blanket ballot has been
two a truct ths Cl ub .e Taft possesses that are not being dis-. radically modlflfd since It was first in-
t ua Dieges has struck of a die cussed and made much of in Wash. produced the form in use at the last a ADA
fW te cdub pi and the deign, which ington. Those who know her best are election has tben found wanting by AN OLD ADACE n
be -W"e IW thet Olympians. Only for dancing and are hoping she will re- It h ads i l
f eNea s t lth Olaplem team will be rive the terpichorean era In the Because YA Ught pur Is a hea vy curse" di hasmde ite r igt an dap
td is wear the pgi. Jam 3 White tHouse. Why the American Because Yale. Taft's college. had san and as is w u lsel wed ahen
fltm a Awimes tiMuMb chief executive should think It beneath unprecedented boom n registration the e VER the at of life and pre te. It eaco the
S1ft 4gftaf 88mas; Mike Murphy, his dignity to dance is what society present term people may fancy that liver, stomachand bowse to a ero and
"- . it $tmbi er ot t am, and Matty cannot understand. The kaiser likes New Haven now harbors some White tad of all dss more natural activity.
the w~a.a. -e the aonla o dance ant gives at least four dance. House winner of a generation hence It is the Simple Way to a Smple L
1'11 0," 0 11m 0 the athstMs y ho will tag affairs a year. King Edward. al. But before the freshmen of 1908 be- of Health, Peace, Content-e.
1 4he Sad* oS wetr an Olympic em- most sevrpnty years old. does not dis- come eligible the center of the presm- ManyperMonsaeatthiafactwhohav
Sm" t IM D has designs 1 1a pn damn a whirl occasionally, and both he dental timber belt will have shifted to
.. r w-e i s p -t aly ae1. s anad the queen like to watch others the westward of Ohio. and a u- St. Joph Lquid ver Regulator
-4 .. -.1M h atMUI WilM l wO*Lt dancing. Mrs. Taft has traveled ex- o vzty now .kono may be hear I* of- in action. e
*.bleii .-, II be- n b f amP t*i tesalvely and knows the customs of t now known may be heard o to t root of the wole aa- ta
-1a, l toa W lfeign lads. It will add much toftm an the alma mater of the peop's ter., thoroughly, quickly agely *" a see d
the-t a.sa od f al U tt Cotke and restore the action of the d m ios t I
.; daa a are g.-e. LIc UVER to eta col hsat a
m~~~l weith ei ld
~~ t~o brndamw w to ee
W wo~e sdd- Nm -tn
,%mft. Th ne e" eS ba
skmas 1 nthe
act" Sptrwe h1
skeiseather mm rule
3 1Sa uu ggMsadd that Liadien'
Ef >* tab ary Of h baith
S~~bby a to the United Statsm
kthay It a school holiday
*y 'GWW a It wolW d pewhaps
.k dho 0-M y bettor tothe oth-
EW Nthe M6dem SheaM be emitted
d0 t day. ewo ar. the addrs could
be reed -l every ebeeolhouse la the
V Gma give everybody, whether chl-
b w er adult a ebace to bear lt
O 0.. _oissltasnacy Is a good an an-
ether. and It is ir to remind that
.Lagre. reftomer that "loveless eo-
'agmaRn"t should be broken before
S am are mad e, ot after.
The company that writes a polley o
do Nte of the Cuban republic wl be
Saly to e st a pre a um as large as
SaM Mr and a eo aeldWe" clause to
It Ulghtem the harda"sp of Christ-
St 8shopplag a trite to be done with
St before the tempers of the shopgirls
an b'at to a frassle."
W mw though the marie apse is
S 'naihed from on spboar'd, there will
J be "marine handy to tell whop-
STheo Battleship to Win.
esastly this country launched "the
least battleship nla the world." Not
atg ago England did the same thing.
eleUpaeng Japan. which before that
build frSt place. There is still room
em the ocean for the Beets of conm-
mere to spite of theee mosters, for
tho aided largaoes is Often only a
w fat amere e length or width or a
aempe el thousaM- ton lreaseo to
We w have to wait htr a well
t" fes uoal battle eIr prhap a series
at beoom beots kmoen whib Is she
Sot afdsit baeM p tos he werld
Ng a oA -P A-ba 3ty that me will not
e ho ea WLHae M l and guS-
an" sMag e d A m as battle-
I g 'as e saft
~ esptI to the
S ra M %e nto the pmth
as4taem to pas imaesm osthe
Sa so u made a
6W'ita n C a AtLhi- e m- e -
SW ba whM a *** *a be ad waie
- heetti bp ha d up dlfrestly. Sa
e- r md weo m d mM esat smut, but
t b 4sdhs1 tofmy e be mvelad tn
. Natra must have bhear pay day
feM sdt Ad poer. oft bands and
lekk mad pa lotheso may he a bade
af a .bberyeb tat are "ot a pataet
at1 eOty. Ob n will learM to be
dem ad ttMy whea tewy eome to tt
tW the md that leads to slt mpoct,.
ad theaU ever foS et the why and
wheifr etof the aew btrt. Play that
leaves ts mark es the ehid, lUke toll
that leaves grt oB the bands.
teches esou reetfmm-1001 and sel con-.
trUL Mud will come of. but some-
tdes play that is clean puts a taint
m eAbsmeto that mather the rod nor
pinym mm toe away.
Impe Mbleed ra you down-makes you
a m vie fr eoal idin.. Burdoek
Med Mt n purife the blood--aes the
e .--bulbyes up,
The Ces.la.es.ial eBaperor.
By weges rather than deeds the im-
p-uate and aWmiows katser bas m-
pemeNd himselft no the American
people as a emperor of the kind that
reigned before divine right was seri-
mlAy challsged and whose "Iron
band" or "mailed 6Be" stands for Irre-
sttible sway. William 1I. Is not of
that kind. and It needed but a clash of
his will with the# aroused will of the
German people to show that the Impe
rial power centered In Berlin is north.
Inag to make the earth tremble unless
backed by the national spirit.
Politically the German empire Is a
union governed as a federal rapresent-
alive system. The parliament Is elec-
tive and democratic. There Is no mon-
arch In the usual sense. but a mo-
narchical feature is retained by making
the presidency of the federal council
hereditary and vesting the Imperial ex-
ecutive power in the king of Prussia.
Promsia is the strongest member of the
union and holds the balance of power
ton parliament. But the powerful states
of Wuarttemberg. Bavaria and Saxony
bold special privileges guaranteed by
the castitutlou as Inviolable. In brief.
the katser is a president having unusu-
al powers and privileges, which, bow-
vaer, stop far short of being supreme.
A Waralng to Go Slow.
No one can object to calling It a
"prosperity panic" If that explanation
of the sadump In 1907 to taken as a
warning to go slow as prosperity smiles
again. A year is much too short a time
tor learning how to do without and
to And the simple life agreeable all
around. The "burned child dreads the
Are" only when the burn was a-smart-
Iag one and the smarting of the hang
With the panic for texts the preach-
ing of sermons upon the national sin
of waste will continue. But the beat
sermon Is the lesson that is burned in.
and If we cannot believe that the panic
was a real scorcher we can at least
make sure that the prosperity of today
Mi the real thing before we plunge into
a prosperity gait of high living.
Po That Dull Feeling After aiUng
I have aed Chamberlain's Stemach and
Liver Tublet for some time and can testify
that thab have dose me more sood than any
bbils I have ever wnsed. My trouble was a
--vy dmi sli after eating.-David Free-
man, Ka1pt. ^ova ohS. Thee tablets
degetheBm the 8Somsnk and improve the di-
AThyao a eglate the liver had
T I mareuar simpeder to pill but
0" ao amia. t free sample atImtsvie
m _ ^ z.A
Ite ~ mto b t oweI
.iWe= asW e an
to qm edm toew a do h e he
q m.a he mg et pmjema
"Wto a I ItI us*m f. It is nat-
wat dat tOw emOs be ittve oeve
the laim af a msumese weh has
attmefd aMsd a ie tad the bt mdMIs
Ny oa the ero rand tant real diae
Iy to tell to theT hare t o tquar-ie
rl withe Dt Worry eloub asd wle-
tot masmf usdivu g -P atmantiso
fom he avery farm of .min"o that
modern curch. The ebureb enee prae-
bly an the ground that real disease ik
too serloms to warrant dealng with it
as a sid lmae. The doctors don't want
disease to ravage the community or
pay toll to them. They bave no quar-
red with "Don't Worry" clubs and w.
come every term of "healing" that
puts out an latelliglble prospectus and
eaUsl a spade a spade.
What He Meant.
Park row at I a. m. and a policeman
and a sailor nla conversation.
"Keyside. keysldb!" said the aUlor
"'Ow will HI reach the bloomin' key-
*"G'wan wid ye. D'ye think I'm a
locksmith, that I know about yer old
key and Its slde? There's one key and
lock Ill be after giving' ye, and that's
to a cell. Move on now."
"Keysidel HI said keysde as plain
as HI could. blime!"
Just then a high brow who had been
to the postolee baying stamps so that
his rejected contributions would come
back to him stepped up.
"The man wants the keysalde, what-
ever that s, and I dunno." said the po-
liceman. "I believe be's looney and
I'l run him in."
"He wants the quaysMid-the docks."
sald the high brow as be directed the
man to the water front, while the po-
"Well, Ill be blowedr-New York
Don't Bo Kopeless
about yourself when you're crippled with
rheumatism or stiff Jolnt-of corse you've
tried lots of things and they failed. Try Bal-
lad's 8now Liniment, it will drive kway all
acbes, pains and stiffem and leave you a
well as you ever were. Sold by Titusville
Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
K1EMUEi I SALX
Notice is hereby given that, under and by
virtue of executions received by me simulta-
neously and isosed out of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county, Florida, against John B
Walker and H. B. Mace, partners trading un-
der t he firm names and style of John R. Wal-
ker A Co., and the Walker Hardware Co., in
which the following parties are plaintiff in
the several suits, viz
Mcllwaine, Knight & Co.; Ernest L. Rhodes
& Co.; Schwab Clothing Co.; Carter A Church.
ill Co.; The RBegal Manufacturing Co.; H. B.
Clanin Co.; Boydell Bro. White Lead & Color
Co.; Au aWright Co. C. H. & E. 8. Gold.
burr, FMak Co; Atikinas, McKelden A
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply Co.:
The Rosenfeld Co. and Bridgeford A Co.: 1
have levied upon and will sell at public auc-
tion to the highest and best bidder for cash,
during the legal hours of sale. on Monday.
the seventh day of December, A. D., 1908. at
the coarthonse door of Brevard county, the
following real estate of mid defendants situ -
ated in Tituaville. Brevard county, Florida.
"Lots one (1) and two ('2) of Hutchinson's
subdivision of land described in Deed Book
"J," page 212. Brevard Coduty. Florida Rec-
ords. being a part of block D of LeBaron's
map of Titusville. Florida. as filed in the
clerk's office of Brevard county. Florida.
maid subdivision recorded in De t Book "'M."
on page 509, Brevard, County Records. and
all the buildings, outhbuildings aud attach-
meuts aud fixtures tbereon."
Said real estate will he sold subject to the
balance due on a mortgage held on mid prop-
erty by Geo. M. Robbing; which balance i.
fifteen hundred ($1.500) dollars and acrniedl
interest at seven (7) per cent from May 15.
1906. The said mortgage is recorded in Mort-
gage Book "M." on page 1W4. and the a..igu-
ment thereof to Geo. M. Robbiuns i. recorded
in Book No. 2 of Assignments of Mertgages.
on page S9.
I will also sell the following real etate of
the deof udant, in Titusville. Florida. at the
same time and place. towit:
Beginning at the northeast corner of block
"K." in the town of Tituasville. Florida. froun
thence run west along the north bh'.ndary of
said block a distance ot 99.03 feet to the
northwest corner of lot two (23 of said block:
thence run south along the west line of said
lot 2 a distance of 54 feet; thence run ,vuat
parallel with the north line of said lot 2 a
distance of 99.13 feet to Hopkins street;
thence run north along Hopkins street a dis-
tance of 54 feet to the place of beguuiunning. be.
ing the north 54 feet of lot two (2; of block
"K," according to LeBarons map of Titus-
ville on record in the office of the clerk of the
circuit court for Brevard county. Florida.
Said real estate bewill be offered in separate
parcels in the order above described.
I will also. during the legal hours of sale.
on the said 7th day of December. 190. offer
for sole to the highest and best bidder for
eash at the store of John R. Walker A Co.. on
Washaington avenue, in Titusville. Florida.
the following peesnal property in said store,
towit: The whole of the stock of goods of the
mid defeadamtao exempt the perishahle por-
ties t maidM seek heretofore disposedf n-
dera edal oederf the conr. Said goods
- ad Losso 01Siasa
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rOYS, DOLLS, FIREWORKS
'ANOY GOODS, GIFT BOOKS
Express Wagons, Velocipedes
TRADE SUPPLIED In assortments to any de-
red amount. Send us your orders
THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
:: : ;
goo I!I N Im
kk and Fritsa
E wwt and family
inamus and fami-
L F. W. MummNMO
Rd aCarter, Mary
Ow and CoraMun-
I I Cocoa last Satur-
Idt a vrawy delightful
BJ lR -han TIhankaiv-
mi/aidover until Sun-
S his people,
p. m. He gave us a
sermon on home
daR Ru m., and addremd
j.ail athe temperance ques-
= y TO.4DAY
Muk HouKe TI-
5" NUa wpent Friday af-
;i:'"- B--ael and .Grace Tucker
q 4 &a Iw days last week in Cocoa.
*'+ S M+i:bard and wife have rented
S't *Roeh cottages for the
Pa B E.Maey and wife spent
rdim itung at Melbourne with rel-
SinR.S. Se and son spent
Ithod ng with her mother at
W.A. Hofman and family have
m" d on their place in the country
or th. winter.
twar Wa. R. Roseh, of the Eau
G tlte Reord, has been confined to
bed ad we4k.
Mr. Oeer Taylor and wife arrived
ut week and have purchased the
Unmms house and are settled for
A orprise party was given at the
homes e Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Edge on
ToiAm evening in honor of Miss
me Baker. The evening passed
E very plemantly. Numerous games
w played and delicious cream and
Were serve by the hostess.
G. P. ddion met with quite an
OW men Su nday. While on his
wa to Melborne his fine launch
Wymmeaaght fre and in just a few
ees rI nabiWdA causing Mr. Pad-
dim to J-leap overboard to save his
ni. He ba- a good swimmer he
a esk ed sore. The boat was a
'MIK HMWealw) society spent a
-a dw at the ome of Mrs.
C.M Zo. atea Tuesayin honor
41*00 of tmembem birthday.
-M inwiad various games
s4'l *"sIlt dobiA all gathered
ARt.hi good thing.
AN.Apu g their
%*ffl- ssiM.Arw-lf t- 'birhdays
i. etundsncy to er laeslm;
H~re'beng plaef t he younger 1
- tho aremay and ,m in the va-
mift that they are saving now, whereI
amy wasted and ar
t vim arwas modatd with a
arol The former patron of the
le have for tthe most part taken
e luor pupaitions, or are other-
refsed v better attention to busi-
S they ready had, with the re-
sul ot they e sav ingnow, where
they prnisly wasted and are bet-
4th. The best evidence of im-
pre conditions Hies in the fact that
many men who heretofore have sign-
ed liqoor petitions, have not only
refused to y sign the one lately pre-
sented, but are working honestly
against ta genuine boom atof this time saloon.
From a business point of view,
though unable to give figure es, I be-
lieve the sinttle sort of the town has in-
crse d twenty-five per cent in the
lt two years. The town is enjoy-
ing a genuine boom at this time; is
being sought Withas a place of rdenee
by very elect people and I should
count tle believeort of a disaster to
see the saloons reestablished.
ly redYoue taxes by reducing court.
(Signed) W. L tuGHLTT
Mayor of Cocoa, Fla.
Payinour taxes, are With Boys
By Rev. O. L Miller.
"Some people never can see any-
thing but the dollar argument in any
thingpresnted. Their first thought
alwaysis: Will ie payindollars and
cents? We believepartment that the prohibi-
tion of the liquor traffic would great-
ly reduce taxes by reducing court
and pauper expenses. But even if it
could be proved that prohibition does
increase your taxes. Why, are you not will-
ing to pay something to protect your
boys? It increases your taxes to
maintain a police department and a
fire department to protect your
homes, but you do not object to this
increase of taxes. Why, then, should
you object to a small increase of tax-
es, if necessary, to protect the boys
who live in these homes? If you
vote license in order to get the sa-
loon's revenue to reduce your taxes,
then you should be willing for your
boy to patronize the saloon, for the
saloons cannot run without boys any
more than a saw mill can run without
logs. If to get the saloon's revenue,
you vote for license, will you con-
tribute a boy to keep them running?
Would you rather pay your taxes
with your money or with your boy?
We make laws to protect deer and
ducks and turtles and white egrets.
Why not make the law protect boys?
Is not the white, unstained character
of a boy worth as much as the white
plume of an egret?
We have a county local option law
in force in Brevard county to protect
the boys and girls and homes of our
people. Let every man who believes
in the sacredness of the home, work
and vote for a dry county.
J. B. HAWK.
Titusville Camp No. 141 W. 0. W.
will unveil the monuments erected to
the memory of the late sovereigns,
J. W. Carlile and C. E. King, on Sun-
day, December 6th, at 10 a. m. at
LaGrange, and 3 p. m. at Titusville
Cemetery. All sovereigns are hereby
notified to meet at the lodge room o
Titusville camp at the Masonic hall
at 8:30 a. m. sharp.
F. N. HnclCocK,
Attest: Consul Commander.
The F. E. C. railway has granted a
rate of one and one-half fare for the
round trip. on the eertificate plan.
Be sre to get yew ertifcate or re-
I A&V& A L wm. L Amak M.A
f the FlorMka at Con ranway.
J. C. Nredith.d co.sstrti.r e l tf a
eer at this gat project, in a recent
"To complete the work is the only efme you Pqnd
logical conclusion which can possibly
be arrived at. I see no reason in the
'world why the work will not be com- v
pleted. We have no new problems +
or conditions to come within the .
remainder of the construction; in Ask us for prices and aMlow
fact the worst of the difficulties us to prove this amertion
which confronted the engineers in Weare agents for Ballards Obelisk lour, -
this startling proposition have been & Sanbor's and Barringto Hall Steel ut
iceeifully sa.-.ounted and the Coffees. Also the celebrated Mapes' Fer0tpiers
twenty-odd miles to Key West will The famous Royal Scarlet brand of c d
only be a matter of course when we goods-the finest food products p the world
finally commence operations again.
"We have completed some eighty E.L. B RA DY & B
miles of the extension from the main- 0
land of Florida to Knights Key, the Titusville, Fla.
present terminus, and the remaining
distance to Key West island is only ,KX QK"
forty-five miles., practically twenty- _
five miles have already been com- .....
pleted, so you can readily appreciate JAMES PRITCHARD. Prsideat. HENRY nPRJTVEK'Ir, Vle-a.iHllA
pleated, so you can readily appreciate HAILE, AuiTaVt Coekier.
the fact that the completion of the
work is a tangiblQ fact."
Continuing Mr. Meredith said:
"Prior to July of last year, we hadB a
3,500 men employed on the work; C o -
now we have between 800 and 1,000 C I7 HOTT" PO Z O mT
hands. This force has been engaged Authorized Capital, zoo,oo.o PaUp CaPial, f$ se
in various operations such as improv- Avwag e posits,
ing the terminal at Knights Key and TIaNS-I A
the ioadbed of the extension. This
of the entire Floria East Coast sys-GENERAL BANKIG BUSINESS
tem, with the possible exception of LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
that portion between Jacksonville Rxch-nge bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patroamge
and St. Augustine. It has all been appreciated, prompt service, polite treatment, and every
rock ballasted and placed in the best favor consistent with conservative banking granted
condition. Having a solid concrete CORRESPONDETBS-Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York Cty; The Al-
foundation, fast time can be main- lantic National Bank ofJackMonile, Jackonville, Florida,
stained in perfect easeand safety over TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
the railroad over the sea. _
"Another wonderful work in o NDIAN RIVER COMPAN
nection with this big task is the on- DIAN RIVERCOMPANT
structionof theFlorida East Coast D il STAPLE AND FA Y GIOCERIES
terminals at Key West, which have entain STAPLE AID FA NC GROCUEI
been three-fourths completed. When @. -t Competitive Prices
the people of Key West realized the GASOLINE, CYLNDBR OIL, OUP G A81, TI .
fact that the Florida East Coast rail-
way was to be actually extended over ALLENHURST, FLA. (HIULOT CAID
the connecting keys to their city, they PrO s urrICE ADDRESS-TITUSVILLR
naturally took the position that the H. PELL . .P B
railroad was compelled to have ter-PELL Dr. J. P
minals on the island and consequently
asked fabulous sums for the neces-
sary land upon which to build the BANNER DRUG STORE
"To obviatethis difficulty we have TitUSVille, Florida
been making our own land, dredging
in along the island and dumping FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
sand, mud, etc., in a space which PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Eto.
covers about 174 acres. This work Soda W ater and Ice Cream
came to a cessation last winter by Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
reason of interference of the navy Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
department. It was feared by the haven't in stock
government that the place where we ----
were dredging and filling in may, at
sometime, be needed by the depart-
ment. This matter, however, I am 5
sure, will be amicably adjusted and
the work will be resumed in the near
The best medicines in the
world cannot take the place of
the family physician. Consult
him early when taken ill. If
the trouble is with your
throat, bronchial tubes, or
lungs, ask him about taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then
take it or not, as he says.
I" We -u- --" 1 waI
Bi-m aes ,s sik-headaches, ladiges-
les, coastipeiea, dizzy spells these
-M se o1 the reass of am mactie
sem. Ask year doerm if he edorss
Amwes Dill. in ah-. o n Th. damA
Everything braad ne-w. Elaborately fuiriuished. Sij.iios corridors.
Evry room an outside e oni. Ventilation, plumbing and lighting perfect.
:wo feet enclosed piazxas.
CUISINE THE BEST
One acre of ornamental grunl. surrounded by primeval palms. Its
surroundings most conducive to solace, rest and recreation. Accommodates
one hundred. The Palihurxt porter meets all trains. Rates reasonable.
I. N. JOHNSTON,
m O mOI
SFeed and Sale Stables
of al kadt
. '^g lTn n *t