Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
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: 12 11, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00679
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Sa WINTON S. BRANNING or the winter sao Addres In ih worth cents Monday only 28 Geo
Wea- trsor StWle and Value d River MursiesHo.bTst-Nodoule. btmw el hav te atp lng
"Titaavle, Florads. The northbound 1:14 p. m. train Special prices in girlsU sweaters. .ome important le..odfab







^^ ^ ^ .' .....- - -- --.yesterday took on a carload of or- new and up-to-date styles. Dr. Utlvbrokespotetaftlhe~^ ^I
^^ ^ B |~~y lr~fc Woodmei's Dual Unveiling ges8 shipped by express from this Spca prices in children'si caps ing wtoh 3SrS5 Ms I^H
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llce monmnts rtoJe h v house, Jr.,tof New Haven. Conn. ar- m tie, the me ending to the factory for see-
;rjpfoernk de r line rther eKilth ehe Sun- purt Pof oonm mh ostb ed t o w
*E S S- dayd Master Rosser Morgan sustained a S-idage, shadow stripes all the wDa jo a the p3eat &
Atabout 11 a.vm. the ceremonies fractured arm Tuesday by a fal from lales and chdi rs navy the United States ditrist eoet
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aasao thei spca usull lows-ow""M0mdm t
Dr PeEam ess ^ daoemtrtyj ommne at upearbor artwicl be compelled blwoole alonsmi gb a w-i, convened Mdybtw
o orcaveettr toh of .W a to$r20s Gifts re main quiet for several daysND. W inches wide, worth 1.75,special sed and returned y.
1.a b 109 $2.00 $2.50.n oea h nd leather MCow s Butcsknee simts, bloomer trousers, ingtrus e ns
Sm ntt for the rave of C E have at4.50.0 .00 0. worth $1.50, Monday's special sises 6 to machinery. et t
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some s teemme oait t ledl aMen $1.00neck tie at cents, in 2W per cent. Write for 'on in
4P et ofnd tof ute aooo the light ove T ad Mr. wE. ste Semen's and ladies' gloves'- M G. E ia a
h a tm paid by the oferto rydayalsoof wthat Msty. were insnTi- fnes ois wa ien town Mo

















their!J^ .. de corae and consid- tasvile last Thuradaly and Friday. L ,b~oe *pcal Out ato n eeident to t
S f oor rem tFinevnew uprightel of the Ap of yofolk r enjoyteda p104 blsrhtig sn al ngfn e a
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aIB^H~^ ^ n Zouee wrj K. wierm pnyy ^^gtten up n hnoa bf en shleepofhl hse, cotr man h^lits are exp~eted to be i
oat h I M. oaStanyl and Value i si Ms 5. i Mr. GM. TMuriel, who was for
A- A_ Same'in Has at 25 cents. txlyfoa
Si desr W. M. Browvill, MFos ida. The northbound 1:14 p. m. train Special Ia a coeral travel man sweaters, iotat
yesterday took on a carload of or- new and up-to-date s les. Dr Ute bro e d
a R Woodness Dua Unveiling angels shipped by express from ti Special pri in children's 090 wg tao hi
ood teno tt halfdw Tis Mr. Geo.F. Miller, of Hunngton Rev. Wm Stones will preach on urbest for sesadp-










robrt Te W tonade bonk of Wld, W. Va., arrived Thursday ofpet Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30 perity.
ville C No. 141, had sought dismissdual from the week on h home from .seb a- Rev. C. L Collins secretary of the
VCl. court in which he wats held in bond t to spend afew days with his Rev. Dr. Badger will preach on State Anti-Saloon league, will deliver
dsr on a second indictment, follow ing his townsman, Mr.PTitusindle and look a- temperance of blthe Prdomesbyterian a temperance address on Sunday at























atH^ JC -IS wnrther acquittal on charge of wrecking the ter his motor boat, which has recent- church. Titusville, next Sunday eve- 11 a. m. in the Baptist church and -
00fteroo a StUe bank. Arguing his own case. Mr. lbeen overhauled at Nelson's marine ning at 7 o'clockC again in the court oase on Wedn96- j
Sad R a Brown appeared C. Kin persg on Suin the rawae an rovidd with n McNards formerly $as day Dec. l6 th at8p.. Come and

























ng es, seco -^d ^ end wm t upon ebut rutrn toIn driver some tod hePrs r 1 churchhre homingheltsehstio. my ab1
Master Roa eer Morgan sustained a Mond Presbterian pulpit at Rockledge S e ial revival services are being
Sw Athe firsabout 11 trial. m. the ceremotion to dis M fractured ard R. Joye, deputy col- next sunday at 11 a. m. he t the Methodist church allt
be s d ad all Prsent aGrnwge remetery commenced at a grape arbor andcustoms, willhos be compelled bl an i conduct service wheek convenduted by Rev. W. H. M-
o tet omu. teW. Carlile, sng a to remain quiet for several days. iches wide, worth $1.75, speia caused and return Te
aibaal Hei a h igon at n e Don't fail to those handsome, per yard. Order bour w
a r-az.m, o the monument in Titus- Bo'kne suits, bloomer trousers, Ea ibty a
hrt ~fr ceetryatth gav o CIE hand painted leather pllow caos we .l ngseIngrf m
dd.btz thst fo ia l a cKmegtery patte meoC.Ehaea$450$65,$.0$65. =4,seilU9szs,6tmcinrt.
to mbuutalsrad ]Mto lcereoiso. h ode BAmNS DRUG SToat. 16. machinercy, etPosins
om nthese oaions aerm s rtheWood Men's$1.00neck ties atcents,in percent. WritefV r e
-'WI tNosnre eaunt MSJHlr otea all the latest colors. Agts Cyphe n
live and appropriate, shown the lightsof PaakadM.H. E. i~-Special prices in men's and ladies' plies. a
higha esteem -ai by the order to ryday, also of that city, were in Ti- fac handkerchieis. ~ ~ ~ i a ciett h em
&U forfmily relatives Of th A partz u ooaini o ta Vi of youi folks enjoyed a up for Chrsis thre pairs an a evening the tonwbtrw
h at theun- Ashrbut touchiu ade stwas rday nigt by the paletr Mon- box, worth $71.00 Monday only 75 almost total darkesI ~
by te dlivred 4Mr J.t. walkr day T ihe pary wsgtten upal moonlight. cents per box. kerosene lampswr nga e
byth Fti bcM. k. Misser t eThel prywilsgottn'sp in honor Of Men's hole proof half hose, colors mind. The lighsaexpcdtoe
a_10 broher roainuader of Consul Ms EteWionsbirthday anni- black or brown, a guarantee ticket on tonight.
tatnmd n z z. zrsrn Kejwth-ever Zar,6pis for
the United Stte cour last thwoeanhus toenight an ratl Titsvile Mroi.a io Ga.s fEld ManIseioofl
in. Holsk do .Bown aorediMissin Sthed writl ofu High rna Romeview, pbI emotl
____ Brwn, lat presien of te defuctor.neod F.Mler, gof Hutigtn our best wihe orcesdpr
*~ ~ & inn mtlynteMr- onascndidcmntLolwighstwnmn-r Prindle_ and_ look. if tepr ncewin l th PesytridDan t a f temerne adrssnSndya


,ers of the Cnaveral tody of the United States marshal. of Daytona, sailed to the head of the be celeDrate Monday morning N
we y m l of D a to te hd the of Cooa was also present at the
up Mw at the club house on Bond in the same amount as before river the first of this week with the at Cordial invitation to all. meetings last Saturday
w k ad enjoying duck was required and Mr. Brown will be commodore on the Arrah Wanna for Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
S" a n .d 'a deer ntih on the a- brought up for trial at the next term a duck hunt. Mr. Joyce has taken Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday Temperance Lecturer to Come
ft -Slib of the cub. The of the court in Miami. the pains to post the motor boat men morning, Dec. 13th, at 11 a. m.; in Temperan
arw rto ive wa Dr. C. G. It is highly probable that Mr. here through THE STAR and person- St. Gabriels church, Titusville, at 730 Rev. W. J. Carpenter, of Tampa.
who ime lias week aMd the Brown will conduct his own defense ally that the government require- p.m. Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. the great temperance lecturer, will
9e follows CoA F. H. before the coming term of the United ments as to lights, whistles, fog horn Service and lecture every Thursday be in town Monday, night, Dec. 14,
SMr. Y. P*ters, 1o J. M. States court in Miami next month. and bell must be complied with by evening at 7:30 p. m. and will give one of his powerful ec-
mad Mr. A. Coekrane. every boat that is propelled by a mo- tures that night on the street near
DENTOS DENTOS tor. He will make an official visit For Sale the postoffice. Men, women and
Do You Wat to Sell? here for inspection a little later children all will be well entertained .
S Do You W i to l? Located at Titusville two weeks longer here for inspection a little later. Ideal site for Florida winter home child. h-r him The colored neow
ept who have motor boats for Have your work done now at half price - in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet e a all invited to be present and
or erter, will find it to their Full Set Teeth $8.00 and up Santa Claus on Indian river. Several bearing take a stand together on one side of "
Seto list them with me. Gold Crowns, Bridge-work 5.oo Have you seen him? Take a peep orange and grapefruit trees. the street You can stand an hour
S.tusv,, ll^ or Iy Fn in in our window and you will see him, Address P. Box 12 and listen to him and never tire. If
S* iitusvile a Platinum, Alo or Rment 1.00 also many nice things for Christmas. Orlaa. the weather does not permit of a e
All work guaranteed. 20 yrs. experience BANNER DRUG STORE. street meeting the lecture will be
Fr .Sa Wait for te Dentoe and save money or Sale given at the Methodist church.
o eight fine thorough bred -- Double-faced Records Building lots and the best of pine-,
w.. W to Wd deke all ex- Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't Victor double-faced records are apple land, at Horti. Banana river. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Victor anc recrd are Address J. B. JONES, Ja a-lac, house and boat paint
e Men's cloth new and up-to-date now on sale at Indian River Music Georgiana Eon and Columbia tes ,
,e .A styles. We wil also place on sale House. The Victor quality is there Tarr & Woson copper it.
Aoin.h e s... about 500 pairs of men's trousers, just the same and the selections are .N n S e Ostermoor and felt mattresses
prices ranging from $11@ to $6.M. all good. New Bean Seed Globe-Wernicke book cases
,.e M ISOT. First class JuuUs KUNE, 1,000 to 1, and Extra Early Ref- Drop-head sewing machine
SM e ash. Box F, Cocoa, Titusville, Florida. Dentistry ugee bean seed. Price on applica- CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
All kinds of dental work at reduced tion. E. L. Brady & Bro., Grocers, Wanted
S. Stoe. Wood Wanted--A-Few Boarders prices for this month. Titusville, Fla.
tWe ave Itmow. Get in our win- Writeto Henry Benecke, Palmetto; Dentos boat now located at city For Ret the throne
*it ap ly we haveit Apiary, Titusville, Fla dock, Titusville. For Rent the best on the mare asa money
-.J. D. ENas. A two story house fronting on the maker. Try it and be convinced.
For Sale Cheap For Cash Draying Banana river, central between Ca-H. Boy, At.
SGa T About 88 acres of good a or hauling of all kinds prompt- naveral and Artesia offices. For It's Up to You
n i the est or ocean side of the an river ly attended to. Meet all trains particulars apply to MrL. A. Mack- To buy a Bridgeport (The Motor
-r=w t-7 at the Narrows, described as follow.I Titusville, Fla. that Motes) wb the spe( No
M bek 4Lot No. 8, section also lot No. 3, see- member and Deember disoontison.-
am unimprovmath ne- Wood For Sale Gu RepSend for catalogue and booklet
SF therpart as Pine r oak, say legth. Also plow. Gmns todnd and shotguns re- oteall tit
Aus KM. Low, and earrowiag. See or addrMss J. bored. All work guaranteed. N. Iracocs, t,
Breekton, Mass. Jamisna, Titeilule, Fla. RENT BonaCKB, Titkusille, Fla. Ti i, Fl.



















Vow he is f Wl ..
a 1106 n .6 b memet.o m o
Swn ow a preat in mts A mfana the esm
ine us o na he eesb *emeo
bed to m d the Or a' whmn aw -
"an s a s m st look cae tual to V tSi ht em. Thus are emi nnm
P-p sEW blade s 4 d eranS o fl e vs who me" an o let aB eom p M
0 .aanlm befo e starftl0, Sr -me a t oaot, saa aiat, alMt shells.er what's .r"
6 th.e little accidents which the eer is bet at samu flag armored you en a.,m l
S Wuihts dea't mind a bit woua spoi thins beute the e w sebehutdui. Aaed a ft tage th.
hb whole beautiful legend. up for good. You nA a"o di bm ams
he AM thees the ru-er g upko m a tydr oum that au mt a I
The emperor of China is only three tariff askdle that will drown the sat uo t of food urm tte
years eM andl his manla stunt will be several vtumes of different kinds of -
It re ia out Dr. Osler's forty year mobm. Geeril Pwrk was laughed Bt this food sla tb diPsted,
S.* Eat either in usefulness or useless at for saying the campaign of W*, and It =sut be dige4d thorogbl
mas "The tariff is a local esus." He had When the stan& l mn-t no 11
npahbeen sw111101ag around the circle as a you must take something that will
S a IL Spe- W a- t women and bat courage*. older candidate om a, revisio plat- belp the stomach.
4S lbp 0 0"4 8 m dares wear a straw bat In No- form. Every fresh swlig brought himThe prope way to do Is to et "
PW Mb Put ge4 veuber, eves though It Is dog day face to face with a new brand of w you want, and let dol di-
p lsq publm w there. noise, one community bshouting to have 9 N t food.
c ag im Ve te E I this on the free list and that taxed to -
.,-_p an end" the Umit, while a nelghbotlM section Rothlzw 513 Can do this When n
0e =a5 tof prt ef tt The president's recent order sendt shouted for exactly the reverse. If the tb e Is eak I t beeds inl t
sum. Do Ist may lot the United state marines to the aval y mut help It c byi otmer tt, t ouat lboro p -
rgaw & i to await th stations and coast defenses baled In at a tarl committee heartng for Kodol will do th
w ag of cresk by the tackles a an pt for t man JUt on sesi they would feel
dii ng p the u-as. behpud t o ga r The toa liss worasknlag Mr. Taft to put the tariff up to
web &o ofte a' h"auy pt -board to pole real exp er If he knowsany the. Sold by Banner Drug Store .
%g Ee mise ought to help the deu, and the natural antaxlamn I home to resume consuming.
il g@ds n w often *haul the of the eallotr to espionage at th Wboie t -- .. ... b
W twiee as far. as they hands of Ueqd-na has never worn off. A prominent Georgian asks that the
ob aeMmd. Th y t a Itng But things have changed, the condi- letter and spirit of the constitution be
t hte bIa to the wholesle tos are different, and It is time for applied to the electoral college alao.
em a lons haul back to the marine to go. Next!
~vg reg markets within for years we never knew that we
zW; hal ot where they were had a marine corps except in time of Standard Ol's Busmaees Ma aue.
VinC, sge-haltf of the but- war. Halt of the warships were laid It is well not to let our surprise and N
4'-l "e aptoes, meal and SoWr up. and those In commuwdon passed Indignation over the Illegtin-te opera-
at S tafl In thib country travels the days on uneventful cruises which tions of Standard Oil blind our eyes to 11
*S SM no ageedlessly because the public knew little about When the marvelous business methods of the
ad railways working with war came the semen ranks were filed company. It has not only driven out
IMI'hav 6 esompieated the process of by men of all types and from all na- competition here, but has successful 5
t 9bMaSd from the farm to the tions. A police was needed, and the competed with the long established
marines were recruited up. Now our and perfected systems of the old
sailors are always under wholesome world. Mere greed and bludgeoning
m i nifriagists would do well to discipline. They serve long terms and could not have given Standard Oil the
''thse talk In open meeting are rewarded for good conduct. They complete ascendency It enjoys today.
S 4a woman not betng able to live are superior naen and can keep order Mr. Rockefeller's story of how the
a yhar. That was all the on shipboard without prodding from legitimate advantages of $be company 4i
S mu IpNeMidt got for a long, long !he man with the musket were wrought out is a feature of the r
e.' ^ sat ma ybe the women president history which many American buml- i r
W have to start at that fte, Uncle 8am is at last gettngexclu- ness men may learn from. It is a rec- Is 5
the congresses elected with sive with his national emblems, and ord of keen business Intellect working |
= d& *et In harmony with the new the commissioner of patents now rules patiently and persistently. More ex-
swo os apgaint the registration of trademarks pense and labor were put Into leglti-
S" ,'" bearing them. Hereafter the eagle, the mate work than into Illegitimate, and
'big \ New York restaurant on the shield, the fag and other Instgnila of competltora were outgeneraled rather
^^s,, elf and pay as you go out" the United States must not be used to by doing better work than by trickery. E
iled because the eaters of $5,536 exploit private trade. Stripped of Its high finance superstruc-
"":" oft pies "didn't get no further" tore, there remains a model business *
flu the Sra t two words of the rules. Uncle Sam welcomes the "Cuba machine In Standard Oil. .
S thus began on the pie. lIbre" sister now as heartily as be- "
fore. but the next time this thing hap- Tom Johnson says he still ha a s--
C eistlass magazines. made In ad- pens he'll see to it himself that her hat thousand fights in him. If he makes
Vece, are out and reasonably sound Is on straight before saying "Howdy." that prophecy good now that he Is
a the lmaln question, but he is a rash poor, he will doubtless enjoy the battle
S eor who will tackle a world feature The monorail for giving people a ride better than when he had a bank roll to
n" ew as timely for the July number. Is not a new thing, only the new kind fail back upon. It is almost a truism
Siis made in a foundry, while the old in this country that "you can do any-
-"It seem that the kaiser promslaed to style is cut and split in the woods, thing with money." But It takes sand
Se good the same as before-that is, to "do anything" without money. S
ely whet he feels like It. But If women do get the ballot


Gra, nd there'll be very few of the sweet elsht- The "best seller" In fiction Is beaten
Amb rta Grand Opera. een class reristerint as "twenty-one to a frazzle and likewise to a pulp as
-TM r The Mtroqiolltan Opera company last birthday." a money maker by the white paper
steps soby to the front rank of the industry according to the revelation
w. bt ealous champions of Ameri- With ain $S.OOO.OO.lA ) crop to sell. of paper trust profits brought out at .- r a
a, talent In the field of composition. Uncle Ram'.s "poor lunt honest" farmer the tariff bearing.
Secently the native work of Frederick m:r be the r-%t '.n .iht in thi- net of Ore I c
'. Coerse "The Pipe of Desire." has high fin. ig. There is time even in a short session W ea l h
bsm gsvn. a bearing. and Its success of congress to pass a law prohibiting
n .t Stimulate hope In the breasts of If (artt.i..ie. ti,! r !h:.t Ipristection the announcement of an International
SAmuarla composers that the field It won't let him dio. ,,,r. he's the very marriage unless the whole crowd
S't to be monopolized forever by for. man to head ::: I...t,,n, tx eru.sade. kes atdvit that it's a go.
emer. The Metropolitan company. KINl
poses fo head a movement In favor Thefarmer wtllhe dellhted tl read S e me should remind Admiral e S NOW OP
orall about the Atoolvelt oestloft even If iNOW
SAs a starter It offers a prize he Is not takin: any of it himself. -- t THEM
at this time for an old sea dog to
A ,.S2 the best grand opera written by It was expected that ruor would andon waterway' for railroading. ALL|
Mceh hae been said of late about the get Anna Gould on the divorce records AND
Sdmand among managers for meri- again. "but not so soon." Army offlBeers are wondering if Pres-
ao or dent Taft Is gilng to walk ff a on will always have good health. What Is mow, to t m i
Swork wi.bc will score at the f In sa.:.int. thil h:i han't written a chunk of his 30. pounds and ring, them han good health? Ia the money n the world eaa't make
See, of course, there In always a de single nme ,n the 'ltinet sltte :is et in a "pacers.. h mnrw hr e "th Cut'n, Bures -r.l *
-' w mand. but It still remains tr-t that the and that not .ne of thp -:hinet posi- Uj E Sores, stiff Joints, CetractsN i h flis. L
Sative asphunt must first Iusb asile tions has I:eeit offered to i.v win e Mr. Tariff revision must come. but as it Back and all the illa that bFlb is Ithhr tO.
a score or so of foreign attractions Taft Invites a ampainu ,,f ttenoel- Is a sort of tit for tat process peopleI
.,a whe are made good before he can Ing that must be far fro:n ::.reenbli, t,. shouIld expect to give as well as take. One wo
St a hearla. The public will be edu- a president elect. The assurance is J. Scott, Salt Lake City, rtah. write Ieaaf
t"aed to faror American talent if the certain to redouble the activities of the That twenty-six pound turkey was a too highly praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment tor
aedfriends of candidates, le would better good fit at the White lIouge Thanks- the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
Sanag* eaire It. The Metropoitan let the gueers go ahead making. giving for a rking gl time." and exaure to the weather. I a recommend your
maagemeut risks an Innovation In let the g o ahd makin Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coghs mmd o0da.
pre pdueg grand opera In English. In slates, the more the merrier, and keep These used together defy all pain.
Se.ering a prise for new work to be the candidates busy also guessing on Most of us never know when we are (lET Tt OENUINE. Three Slass 2 ac, s $1.00
aWt Is ish It shows talth In the the real thing. well off until it is all over. -
SAmerlea publle as well as in AUmer- The two or three eligibles left In the The name Pu Yi looks cheap to us ] PBrO no Tinm nt
n upsee. w l country who are not mentioned for an emperor. but in Chinese four I So
as possibIlIties for Taft's cabinet may letters yoked that way can mean a lot. 500-502 North Secod Street,
Mr. C aoltS1 UM tiat tesl betMONt bo boys be tried to lick at school and
to eow rith smugh to do a little ptlift teWlda If the kaiser wants a trainer for the ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
v m tI he wayd f tar ff a. .If art of talking much and saying noth-
the NvMo Seae u St a lever under Bome tloft think Rooeevelt could lng, there's our Chauncey Depew.
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Another. 1 -_ that will prove of tin
t to ti oa of town vlsetoras the
arragemet of the country farmhouse
state deartment of medicine, The
rt MSlr of tG blthat I illustrate
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tws th ftaiy a nce b tor On the

walTs, which hould be mado the eom-n
"t b ble living room, is ued oely when
W Mum come, whie the ret of the
time ti family crowds Itae into the
S. UstaIrs t e "spare om" ar
M andM ao t e small aace ued












family for sleeping quarters.
F agag) in "gea b a" cc a nros












o hired help are placed n an IU
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but 118s Why Help Is 8o Scarce."
w Th Nathan Stra. pasteur tino ext
wa the opl of te attract on wth e
air daftr. He iatl do cred all toa










weltinery used in the prevention of
r exhibit will hbe ti hare of Mr-
rot to the breat of wn iml todustry he
another g at the coature. Arrange-
mhwt bhae been made to have meat
stately eoa em at daughter house
IG Nw Y8ork ity taken eah morning
tthe exhibit, wbh the prhaers, will
IN b ak haireloth frurntture ad ple-
tWMe I the mlyn ancestors ON the
wallS .whicb smM be waft the aow-










abe sowiv bow to Iurd against the











Surchase of the Infected article.
Skarome,~o thile there est oo the
t the b at crowds over toe tI e theb-











.. is a remarkable collection of ar-
S.... -d la he prevention and cure
Is satd ithe most approved beds, a












Sam of wM the an be placed outside
S window: also complete mood-
S the fam y mtor sep ing M uarter
Shird .elp are placa in an d
s1 e attic, above w st a thetlegend,
"Thi In Why Help Is 8o Sarce."
Mwh Nathan Otranu pasteuark agex.-
W* is owe of the attractions on the
h t Goor. Rone W gathered all the
rmehary and in the prevention of
tderelook by the proewr cm of milk.
2heeibkt will be In charge of Mm

Inthebsea e of animalludstry Is
amaertr ikg nature. Arrange
meatshave been made to have meat
actually coadmued atealnghterboases
I New Tafk city taken each morning
f tthe *zht, whorm purchasers wll
be shown how to guard against the
S hwebe et the latected article.
nomon the * th*re Boors of

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W Obs sw lt bonad at
abusa A me" at the bug&
pp s oe tho smat weork
artlam n tIh hosabwb of
St Ma.view. Tis s altrtarina
t hat d ti mantaaine ot of the
tax Ot 30 cents a week whie the Ger-
is -- a maktss every employ-
a ay fer each empleyde's Insurance
-al-t disease or permanent Invalid-
., j
m y two anaatea sad thirty-six
s-e--e throughout the entire exblbi-
tis a grwat red light will flah aerona
the bll This s to slglty that one
ame vietti has been claimed by the
di-ape. Many prominent physicians
wtl et -a demomntrators and no ad-
isnle chargeaL


CIAR WITH LONG SPRING

Barbr asi r14 Custemer Enmeshed
Result of Prastial Joke.
pI -n h in a hundred feet of wriI-
Swatch sprO Louis Callehblo, a
barber In Jamaica, N. Y.. struggled
desperately for liberty the other day.
Us .d a customer he had been shav-
g. When finally they had released
themlves the barber delivered an
ration in Italian that would need
mhek aepargation before It could be
printed. Practical okers had present-
ed to hm a cigar in the recesses of
wheh was enough steel spring to
qip three or four Waterbury watch-

Louas Ulke a ood clgar. All his cu-
tomers klow that. It is no t at all u-
ie tfor them to give clgar to him.
Theefore he was not surprised when
ene of his customers offered to treat
him to a smoke.
"This to a ood tat one, Louas," the
donor said. "P It it the front of
your face"
"*lBe," Los aid, and be Interrupt-
ed his work lw eneugh to light t.
The barber pvfed away, beamig Joy-
fully. Suddenly he leaped about three
feet, with fire, ahea, smoke and trag-
ments of tobacco leaf forming a halo
about his head. The man in the chair
also sat up aghast Wriggling and
writhing from the fat cigar was a
steel sring which seemed without
mL It coiled about Louls until there
was little of him left to coil about and
then swung over and began tying up
the man who was being shaved. There
never was a spring perhaps of which
so many hard things were aid In so
abort a space of time. Running
through It all were the ha-bas and
haw-haws of the Jokers. who were to
retreat.

NO CRASH WITH EARTH.

Few of New Moerhous Comet Ri-
dieuleus, Says Dr. Brasher.
Dr. John A. Brashear, the Pittsburg
astronomer, denied emphatically the
other night that the Inhabitants of the
earth need fear any danger from a
collision with the comet recently dis-
covered by Moorhouse at the Yerkes
observatory.
"The spectroscopic study of this
comet," said Dr. Brashear, "Indicates
that not only is it composed of hydro-
gen gas, but also of cyanogen, a very
poisonous gas. A sensational article
recently printed in New York tells us
that had this comet struck the earth
not a living being would have been
left upon it. But my own observa-
tions, with those of others, indicate
that if the conet had struck the earth
so thin is its gas that there would not
have been enough for one single atom
of it for each block of our city.
"There would have been absolutely
no danger to the inhabitants of the
earth. The fact of the matter is that
when the head, or nucleus. of the
comet was lwc).00 miles in diameter I
could see a fifth magnitude star
through it without any apparent diml-
nution of light."


Beware of Frequent Colds
A succt.ion of colds or a protra'ted cold is
almost certain to end in chronic catarrh, from
which few perons ever wholly recover. Give
every cold the attention it deserves and you
may avoid this disagreeable disease. How
can you cure a cold? Why not try Chamber-
lain's Cough Bemedy? It is highly recom-
mended. Mrs. M. White, of Butler. Tenn..
saya "'deveral years ago I was bothered with
my throat and lungs. Someone told me of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I hegan us-
ing it and it relieved me at once. Now my
threat and lungs are soud and well." For
ale by Tituaville Pharmacy.


V ~ .31' ~ 1R I s
d)s 6 thi MC 2 WL h*


gsemi ,
t4 Saooder am

VlW NW N to waM .a toWMW be
,rea an a whem- as a t m. sY
AM ma =s -atei d the year.
Wa, rra t-oht as w an mewth
MW Nh ed tor elat tedy a te-r.

Many ra a o talry fa my
as tt a ute tor am se.
Gnei tI ameb eaeh year.
, being a weso m.rs t o su*s I aesnt ei
What dream hrymalds are her
NUCKLACE.
A sleAder. olden, Jeweled chain
nr ladea rsneck so white and warm
oth threat sad chala new beastiu sal;
They bt ehauce dea other's harbm
A PHOTOGRAPH.
My repesa I send
As substitute for me.
rhase twin han mere raefuul
Thea I ooeld ea the tra
PIPE
The key to the gateway of drtae
rI be your boon companion
At smokers if that I----
Or sothe you. set ryo s i
Upon a me of dreams.
In silence ear negetct-on my lfe
rm almost better than a wife!
A POCKETBOOK OR PURSE
Shakespeare called me trash,
And that. perhaps, s true.
But whbe I'm sod with cash
And you've besa f- Ung blue
Even a trashy frier you'll fid
Mas mighty power to e as your ala.
A RING.
As the circle I endless,
So It love typlfies
When broken 'tis endless,
Whosoever is wise
Its fair Jewel will hold
And cheer'sh It I old.
-Delineator For Deceber.


Had a Close Oa
Ms Ads L Cromw, the widely known pro-
prietor of theCroom hotel, Va"g, Mir,
ays: "For several months I mlbred with a
severe coach ad eonsmption seemed to bave
it gp on me, when a riend amended
Dr. King's New Discovery. I be takingit
and three bottle affected a complete amre."
The sme of this life having o ad cold
r midy ad lu aad that healers werld
$.1 Trial bottle free.

eualadena For Sky Travelers.
Laws relalng to aerial travel are to
be expected soon. If only to give pro-
tection to inventors during experimen-
tal bgh flights. People throughout the
country may condone the knocking
down of chimneys and the smashing of
rooftrees, especially If the flying man
gets a few hard bumlps himself in the
encounter. But the airships coming
into vogue carry fire and are liable to
drop down, a burning mass, or, if
they fall Intact and smash in making
land. may set a house or even a town
aflame. Over a century ago France
prohibited the ascension of every kind
of serostatic machine which carried
any means of starting a fre.
o8 long as the aeroplanes and dirigi-
bles omprate in out of the way regions
there can be little danger of their do-
tag damage which the citizens will
resent In his record making trip over
south Germany last summer Count
Zeppelin circled over populous cities
and towns, and finally his balloon was
burned up in an Isolated field. It was
sheer luck, however, that the accident
didn't happen when he was sailing so
close to housetops as to talk to people
In the street. Germany has a drastic
law against the violation of her terri-
tory by a balloon during war, and Tur-
key long ago prohibited ascensions
within the empire. During the bal-
looning craze started by Montgolfier
early In the last century France enact-
ed a rigid law governing ballooning,
continuing in force the earlier law as
to fire and prohibiting ascensions at
night and also during harvest and the
ripening season for crops. The public
will patiently give inventors a ,chance,
but the line is sure to be drawn at any
fool business which spells ruin for
whatever hajlens to le underneath
when things go wrong.

The poet whose glorification ode on
October hit the wrong year can be be-
lieved if be pleads that the copy was
scheduled for 1908 and surreptitiously
printed.

Finding the contract of suppressing
the suffragettes a big one. England Is
going at It piecemeal and will first
abolish cigarettes.

Too bad thnt Nobel overlooked "the
man that hands out the finest weath-
er" when he founded that string of
40000 prices
For aw oema Tetter and Balt Rheum
The intense itching characteristic of these
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It would undoubtedly add to the hap-
ptane of New Year's if some one would
publish a census of all the American
couples who are "happy though mar-,
red.".


To Grow Japanese Orasses.
The department of agriculture has
succeeded In obtaining 455.00o) plants
of the grasses used in Japanese mat-
ting and will experiment with them
In several southern states.

American Patents In Japan.
Arrangements will soon be perfected
for the proper protection of American
patents In Japan. At present the Japs
appropriate anything that sults them.

Where Bullets Flew
)avid Parker. of Fayette. N. Y.. a veteran
of the civil war. who hlta foot at (ettyshurg.
says: "The gsawl Electric Bitters I av. done
is worth n ore than five hundred dollars to
me. I s'lnt nmutch noney doc touring fora had
wnse of ,tolaci'h trouble, to little purpus'. I
then tried Electrie Bitter,. and tiwy ctired
me. I now take them :La a tonic. and they
keep me strong and well." .c. :;t planner
Drng store.

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The Advmtage of DieiplO.
There Is a world of dilerafme, a
every one knows, between the boy.whr
has undergone the distplin- ofa s el
life and the one who hs never e e
under the sway and Influence o say
such system. The former s learned.
alike in his lessos and games, to b-
ordinate self, while the other has l
ed Immeasurably from his speMl
greater freedom.-Strand Maygmas
Needed In Every Hom.
When he reached home be opened
the package he was carrying and dis-
played a number of placards, sme of
which read "For Show" and other
"For Use."
"There!" be exclaimed triumphantly.
"I fatter myself I have solved the
problem."
"Solved the problem?" she repeated.
"What problem? What in the world do
you intend to do with those cards?"
"I am going to give them to you." he
a 5- er o 1a
S r ..' ,' "l/- t f a ct a B
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RUDDER
HOW- TO BOOKS
o er wve built frtxn the Uce
i !. :uc c fulb ailed I
up. 'I c Sq11y sea h d"s
-1,s 'i..'" what it isO
h.)* A I Ixt extrrmely smple.
N4OW TO Ut I3 A RAC-R FOR $60
I-16 L a L.. t. ,. Ic.zr& the .sIl bi
NOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
A #I--- t.am* f., f .r mftvmn ( r korbi na s k
brul :. Ir : 61- .-',U. -. 4,j I.-r. Ver b baU Ura
*fer. Iuji p it's 4 pi. & tu...ts &44awn. t#4J bO
NOW TO BUILo A PACING SLOOP
Mos t ~,mwfu r.aamw macb '.eve. r.ae ai. prb
I avisA.,,ia.A *, a "dA OI." .1 m 10 b" Ift
NOW To BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
34mph e^ad gwsIora. i-l.osag how lec tinah m
b" for u 'Lb raany gMuc. wvwral saber pkam
NOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
A A a Il a'nquj mA'iai* tI. COQd cabhi; emd
n w; suitabe for "&,km ralom
NOW TO BU LD A SHOAL- DRAUGHT sw1Loo
A Igmo ls. mlittle os& boo &i.h aMers. oowebrww&
mm" a pla n
NOW To BUILD A FLATICOft OR HA1R
Kay to buld. e..-rnbm a Astraight;Just tho mifthe a bp
I* bum winhjcoom U w ver ,y piy, 9"wbor "s or dg
NOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
A e.mpbefdo- Iripem of bow solinbuam aion; Sanm
d UW in md or a wan nanele .

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BowaM w i wmtor te oem-
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wbhe his tem e~
SMts tb io home, and will prob-
a* i.- Arma tao bi tugboat business,
i.l- ubseir eIod it through his Krm
lA d sek -Wat. his further business
s m n is a t yet known.
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l4l.lt saMo Ginlhrist
g|o pti e oe ihe

look at national and
through different

il- bwt he ben anamuse-
t wltor lm tes hine the
irfa Ks wo the mice inau-
||e t arsisaameofitin
Ui D* roklyn, whe some
*Mil leadersd of the Dmoe-
O igf tou okPat McCaren


SJu .eKinno-, judge of
:.Ia Mrt ~ of Jadkson county,
I in Metally killed while hunting
ifit m Thanksgiving day
iI idO I m the stomach and
andii dthe intestines in a number

", sel lbad commissioners of the
of Florida held a meeting in
ikmnville Tuesday to consider a
', oi di cange in the rates charged
ft. ending ar load lots of lumber
A .i 4 Jacksonville from points
w! iti n thestate. Representatives
"t Al railtoads operating in the state
S took pt n the hearing.
Mr. D. Thompson, of St. Augu-
tiam, wm in town the first of the
ak for the purpose of enlisting the
hrevr doounty commissioners into
pl-ing a county exhibit at the expo-
sdtio in Jacksonville. We under-
A nd that the board is willing to
ake an appropriation for a county
e.Sibit provided each district in the
county will supplement the same by
omation of cash and exhibits to aid
In playing a competent man there in
eharge of the Brevard exhibit. Our
county can make a splendid exhibit
h citrus frits and garden products
and Mr. Thompson is very anxious to
have Brevard represented at the ex-
position this year.


SBrliant Inaugural Ceremonies
With an unusually impressive and
brlliant inaugural ceremony Gover-
P: nor-eect Albert W. Gilchrist will
take the oath of office on Monday,
te 4th of January, when the four
years' demonstration of Governor
. Napoleon B. Broward will come to

i arge delegations will be present
SM Jaksonville, Tampa and other
eM.: -, s the event will be one of
Sd notable in the history of
A Hbsate capital.
Smr 'Thaps that gave General
E. i, of tae largestdmajori-
1I I o is c t ie dr In the state
S In oa rig prinrtma. And so the
S -e a- to ta e iama a-
m to nd apedehftv
w Wte w aben
6-0 10 U tr0bw" i berua
-' tji I suthRidaB tropola.


Notce
Rev. C. L. Collis, superintedent
State AntiSaloon league, will preach
in the aptist church at Titonville on
Sunday, Dec. 18th, at the morning
hour. vrye ordially invited.
His other appointments are:
au Gallie, Sunday even'g Dec. 13.


Indianol, Monday 1
CoeoaTueday 1
Tituville, Wedneday 1d
ao Gallie, Thursday 4 1
Melbourne, Friday 46 I 1
Malabar, Saturday I
Cocoa, Sunday morni, 2
Melbourne, Sunday evening 2
G. F. PADDISON,
Secty. Anti-Saloon League.


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Every ee of bad kasb weak back, blad-
dwe laan-tiom sad rhen atim palms are da-
m1e if neglected, 1wr esh troubles are I-
was dute Wb we kida Take DeWitt'
Kidneymd Bladder PulP. They ar anti-
*ptVi and *otie pain qiekl. lInsistL pon
DeWitt's Kidyr ad Bladder Pillk For
weak kidMeys oad lib--tion of the bladder
they are equaled. Regular sise 0c. Sold
here by Beae Drug Sore.
Vote Dry
In my forty years of life on the riv-
er I have never seen Brevard in such
prosperous conditions as it is today.
Since the saloon was voted out the
laboring class of men have more
money to improve their homes and
not throw away in a saloon. Some
times you will hear of a first class sa-
loon. In my opinion there are no
first class places that will deal out
stuff that will blast a man's charac-
ter, make him curse his father and
mother and his God, and do deeds of
violence which leads to the jail and
from the jail to the gallows to pay
the penalty for the deed done while
under the influence of whiskey. It
cannot be first class.
I appeal to the ladies of Brevard
county to use their influence at the
coming election to carry the county
dry. The Bible plainly teaches us to
prove all things and hold fast to that
which is good. It has been fully
proven without doubt that it is best
for us to keep the county dry, and
faithful is he who will do it.
S. J. FIELD.
Dlepfee Cannot He Cured
.By It,.h *t,>itplitlitnsit, i4 they illenoit reach thl
li'es l--,; -,rt',sti oftl t *:ir. rhere is 'tilyv oit
W .1l "tk I rli ..n '.-llH lll t' t 1 y'1>.V r i
tiun .1 if.t. 1 '.i. )<-;L t<--. i - i f I % ;.I in-
slla s!i < <.,.tli' n .t t" inh w.w'., iini ,,t lltil.
till t;c1i.,I ; ,it * 1 1 1 'i tillI f. f-, ottl l ho ..
Yo1l IA,.,V ;I l itill.-ltI ill i.g K :.I w hI- n it !1s 6 ilin ly ,I ,,1% l 4 ."t:< . -
the resulL and lalte111* th. iatlaiu-uuatinu raiu Lb-
t ok.-iu ii. utii tit isu ;in'- s tortrve tol it, Ilt rni il
,onl !lti,n, h!i rinlr will tw ,l-tryrdl rs~ver-
niti. e h ottl ,I tl ;te aro.'- lli** is 1 '. r'tairrhl.
whici : i'tlhi's '):It .1i1 iniilatO-m.1 ',.*nIlitin, ,,,
the 'UuI.n'- ~Hil "' i ,' .
We will siv. Ont. llinilrel I)oil:t. ro,L .tn:.
'.? 9 de "t ft <,. < (e-cta.'.l hly sit rrlh leh t ,';':
n it it tr. ir t iy il.tll'. t'.i;arrih I iare. u1nii : ,r
circulars. fr e.
F..1. '.1. ENf 14 1 '..T...-. T -,.., a
15ld-Pld lvy drugei.st. :w.
Hall'. Family Pills are tfie best.

East Coast Meat Market
0 F. DUIvB, AGXNT


Florida ud
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hak N fr fane, the tlO esiite
h im-mndo er WgddB seaL
~t ti A lispaU atory lUy
ofthiWl reme-' -, th it is largly
mple oylr the treatmentofdepravod
aeusm uembrane., tbhroae ri tinni..
l arrh) st ) atC-.'.o dyspepuia .o
tanrk of the stomc ., hrobe latest *
nal eaturh, eaar.rrl jrspdinl (e.
tarrh of the liver, and in disased
aemus memranes of the pelvi
orpo. It is also rnooumeaded or
the treatment of various forms of dis
mem peculiar to wo=eL
AnMtheringredi t of aPruam, eory
dali forms, is classd i the United
States Diqpciitory s a tonic. So also
is cabsbe delad ma attonaahio and a
a tonic for the mueous m0nebruen
Cedronm seds is another igrdist of
Pemtna, a exellent drug that ha
beon very hlrgiy overlooked by the
medical preofeion for the pt ffty
year. The eds a to be bfh d in
very few drug sores The United
States Dspesmatory ays of the satiea
of oedron that it is sd as a bitt
taio a sd in the treatment of dyms-
tery,a ad in itermitteat diems as a
mubstitate or quinie.
oil of epaiba, another Ird
of Perna, is lamd by the United
States Disp-latoy as a Md dim*
plant mad dMiurd. Itaetoem theldo
ach aad ntestindltract It act s a
stimulaut onthe gitos -i ary e
branes. Uefl ian aie eUtit
daiem dysetery ad a diahea, ad
som chabo diseases of the liver and
Bul teurs a afe beek ofte- I
meial of what the poam thiLk e
Prw aa aeatawrh r ay. Thoe b"
vilem ist ti tetimy of thtMe nV
hare tried it

0. A. STEWART


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companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
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Paid-Up Oapital $ 5.000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
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Heavy td cables lapped about an eld hed together by steel wire, forming uniform m-neas. Sp., i't t
No chance for weakne in any part; uniformly strong. The reasons for the superiority of LLWb D PaO
an not bard to find. This company owas and operates its own iron mines and furnace; ts own wire mi
sad six large fene factor ttl of the is being larger than any other ence lftory ki the was.
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ribu, quapen: P.B. W h be were Look at the sale noa me
I iON pa erN, aa ; a se, Won% Yark at o a card of a t's OldG
Sre l ha s eel p oue Jib ml A. A. St a M la band of (3lSS VaIe u
son teanb eh e et S V.,k M HKa$l re a L aa Rafh el aney, $& to $.50 peir b s ES i
S eo- P WOW W* EL 11 t choice, P7.00 per box; standard, .A sO
..edm s gs l th Ital sean r, ,P0; J. IL Water, rpedp oe u hi,% d
-a ase b dubtmd hrby the tedent mehels, pLm; L.?. &om, pebo&
li am IQ sherf, wk0 i. K. Sdrs ad W. H. There you au. 'uni sorki"
C cown. n=umti tho psee $e hard tosell anywhere atZ eO per ..
T' eey am. alw n mbr theW T. J. Cock btt reported U.50 eol- box; choice, $1.0. What's the re.-,
nl em as. vY leted for Mr of couty mules in te sn? Whose fault is it? Is our fit
gPis ty ha'. Sth d strict, ad I. Coekig repor- as good? Is it handled as areuly th
i m sM aUnwr 4 Kme. &SK0 o08ted for mUle Mrs in tm e Keep going on like you a region, aam tb. '
qsh d aed di trct Mr. Orange Grower, and both you of lt;
Sa s s a~ fe Pem o tition of W. Ros at a. an ad us will have to look up a job Tbe drg ao h
w dto bowel -Ue E GaUe, for public read was received A------
W. eL Rosech were appoin ed to m ark, remedy toprevent the
-onlM ._Lo_ _wlb ~r vieu and lay out the same. present' miserable conditions It is Dn's ald PKInw dotrit
Ia y -es hshe O Reoqat of W. R. Roao et al for not ncesary that oranges should be you..
use of two tems of mules to work n rushed out of this state, all at the They watch the kide d m.
Sparlo of pleasure seekers were at Oceansm was granted. ern part of thw state mature and color i ho
in-A T,--= li--'o tnum aior Sav_-e. toC W.G ri^ .hmetime. Theor ades intthe p t-tea m w .I .. thtok ,is,

b o s Mad elt--hg eagerly a the Uttle dok to go Petition of F. M. Forrest et al, of up earlier than those in the southern sve '
ir tsir -s o a dthw ean h Kathl eenoa after Malabar, for road from river to west p time I rd from a
S thr sa was p. Them w te -- il d of cometry to k srbe ed wasre- all sections were organized and the kidncs and a era
",I, wI M t patt 0 sides Caapt. Watstn, a genial young frred to ounty mmi r of that represented at a general meeting, it of the scretiornsad nrmel
ne., t en 't..wk fe llow who ilt his own lam .h and district. noyaoe. My heek wu
to te t this coam t hek best care of his utscosist The following nam persons wee could be decided whih sections and w a I
g od Mr. J. W. Gries, the host, stricken from the registraton list: should ship first and the crop could stantly from a dull m ls
h mm K _-S ---s- thigh whose generosity and cordial District No. Do Abrams, G. G. be moved systematically instead of through my lon. I oumd niit i
Smaer the outing was made such a Howard, Clarence Moore and J. L Stan- every man rushing his fruit to mark- a ort n ald altia e U .- b
pleasant affar, and Mr. and Mrs. Ev-. y. et shelter skelter, to get any old price attend to n d oadtlMoS I
di mleidthlt embek, Mrs. J. Mosbey and daughters, District No. 4. J. W. Dixon, John that can be obtained. used sevedremdleis rbut didnaet o
p f M e sthem.. They proGds to bd de -a
*i N a r MwPuw The law of supply and demand tain much relief I finally hle dran
s S SB the Jck* Pedis M,, Webster, Mr. Ellis and District Noe. & Dan Bryant, G. W. regulates the price, just as sure of Dean's Kidney Pills ad obled
'f otr tdeetu rn whi cah Mia Mary Mosbey: Pla, Simon Savage, C Gthr the good Lord made little apples, bem Thefi proved to be far more ,
i aint" The boat landed otf Oyster Mound, a T. O. Paschal W. T. Wingate, Jas. Ar- and as longa men ae cham en i t me than ayohrun
mU e aobad um moad formed ofinteratn shells damso, Tho. Summer, W. M. Wheeler. edy hd o
s hta with mystery, covered with va- District No.& D. N. Long, T. C. enough to think they can beat it, just lameness ad some rmy be
d I t tl o a the wild owers, or es, brii mt Ntheolo, C. Root. so long will they have their presented vanished, mykidney o mti rted
49A Its the attitude of A L the l6= chll anonditiornsto cned Ui iandp te upro lyainido wl
.t ',iP e o f Ilu Ia't it, M pepper plates and masses of vines. District No. 7. L Jernigan. conditions to contend and put up n bettr m every way.
Prom here they visited other very in- District No. 11. Will Narcue. wit. Dan's Kidney Pills the redit o-
teresting points along the shore, vis: District No. l& J. Lee Chandler. It is beyond our comprehension this great cha in my coditlio."
l d.Mord Windy Castle, Turt Mound, The following persons were granted why men will work, deprive them- For saleby dll a ers. Prie
S t mn af- d bat of all on the oean bech,permitsto carry repeating ries: W. P. elves of many of the necessities of cents. Foster-Milburn Co., fao,
-7'- M beewhepurm to carryentofgepse Glover, D. L. C*erle Cas n s New York, sole agents for te
Yasm tw where elsa. were roastud, co pre- Goer, D. L Cenrad, Ch Grahm, life to make a crop and then use it States.
L l alrs wa w sVrerlorming." pared and such a feast of goodies as Chu Tarter, R. M. Packard, T. A. to keep his neighbor from getting a Renember the nme-Doan's--nd
m waS i 4 dea fo ar atier only our Shiloh good wives can pack in Carlile, F. C. Slade. living out of his crop. Of course he take no other.
M -n-w-- br=o-ae frm the Re- enerom baskets for picnic dinners. The following were granted permits
*Ew ide at the committee. 'TwasI quite dark as the tired but to carry pistols: C. S. Powers, Rob't.
WhamM Ch addd, as an at mrry 7owd stepp out on shore near R. Ormond, W. P. Glover, Hub Wil- A fraid of Ghost s
tarthht, tht he meant Mosqaito lagoo, amog the lian.
wpeb" of his state, t ed e growths of palms and magnolias Thompson for Secretary of Navy ae d e w peple
t ') p his tta, t nd oranges, to find the welcome ear- e iddThompson for Seret m. Yet blo s isl eyd
S* rlages of Mr. J. W. Grifis to convey all In the discussion of the probabili- the garmi ase. If grm am mid bese ied w
of sv ra- --,. Bootell became the" picnickers toward their homes. A ties of the next cabinet it is noted *e i- equ ae It lan It would eppear moe
@S llappaet. .* perfect day in every way that will nev- that the name of Colonel Robert M. et be aol dd. The amr is tLh air we brath,
"1 inte d to know about It," er be forgotten by Thompson is put forward for the Cs water we driak.
I, S Mr. Underwood, smiling a little ONE OF TmE PARTY. portfolio of secretary of the navy. dTe ge ivrm it sl pe ao wmC it
,dlf, becausee Florida gave her o a, a a. O As The New York Herald and other ul sad develop. When there is d ey l
electoral vote recently for a party is hle I large papers insist that Col. Thomp- vital roe, league, rlaaaa, sallow ebas,
Bet "avors a revenue taif." a hollow eye, whlom C apptite is poor sad the
S that favors revenue tariff, a son is eminently fitted for the posi- p is bfbimm, itis time a prd lsti te t n. Ye ea
At this point Mr. Chase brought C lorly the bod- .4nt a das by the -of Dr. Pee's GeMd
....... NOTICe O LOCAL OPTlION ELECtION W es Medieal Disovery. It ~a the vital pow sleeps the
pl" $1*.0 Surplus, $250,m Notice is hereby given that a special ele.- 5 m d ododgle impritie, mrie bleed, pa Cs e
ltion wil be held in Brvard county on the scbd orjs ofi gtio medm tritio isw rkile emnua ,
T h First N ati B an nd day of December, 1908, to decide whether thet ts erm lad a- wak or waited spe s whk to bred.
he rte a t le. of intoiti liquors. wines or beer "Golde Medial Discovery" emieas Se leskl, wisky or
5 shall be prohibited in said county and the fol- hsbit.forming drugs. AU ita lgrediesa priced e its tslde
I lowlng regaterd vote. ,re .appointed in- wu. It ia ot eret oetrum but disi o IrOw


ST AUGUSTIN E FLA specters a K ns: elecu: ..-
NTi AU U IN L No. I. Lar ng-W m. Balel i on coirosnmon ud with a reord of I40s Jw rs. Aee0pt -o .
'T ,ois Coleman, t i. A. .(' rlile. inletctnrs; P. L. substtitute-there is mothil "just as good." Ask your Sigbboru.
Kyser. clerk.
iEstablished 186. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida Precict No. 2. Titusville--o. A. Stewart,
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital l.. rlck. A. Betbea. inspector; J. P.
OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA Precius-t No. 3. City Point-B. F. Be al
W. U. bliarpe, Geo. K Chester, inspectors;
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida E. E. Swinson, cl erk. peto
dad 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED Precinct No. 4, Rockledge-A. I. Moore.
S STrATES A. W.HUrdee, Fred Fisher. inspectors; W. G.
Country Accounts a Specialty Prtte .so,.clr.. ,ADm *.o 1".1nW
5atter.on, clerk.
Precinct No. 5, a(illie--'. A. McMilu,
C n. R. a fathers. W. H. H. Gileason. inspectors;
Write us, call on us, or we will call on you s. K Watt.. i.cerk. "
The Capital -of this Bank, $1S ,M, combined with Surplus, ,'1.r''. ('oil. M .ewarnet. isJ. F.'a p
000 between you and possible oss. In selecting your bank give Precinct No. 7. Masbhar-;e. W. Wash-r
ts careful coanideration burn. P. Arold. F. MF. Forrest. inswpectors:
F. A. Drake. clerk.
J. T. makee, President Precc N. 8. ant-J. edon. Handle the Finest Lines of
Jorige. 'n. Jo4eph Williamsn insie'tors:
0. B. Lamar, Vice President and Cashier charles <'ristian-on. clerk. v and S
Seginald white, Assatant Cashier Prein.t So. ..an-R. stwrt, Heavy and helf Har ware
W. J. Kagan. C. L Stewart. insawetors; S. A.
* Osteen. clerk.
aPr'cinct No. I10. (;erzianma--.JlIes Tuttlc.
P% 11- I E ^. HI. Wittti.-ld. J. W' lruer. inspector: Our Stock of
E. V. H1ll. clerk. Ou S
I l Precinct No. 11. Merritt-J. 1). Sams. A. S.
Hnmphrerys. T. S. Sanders, inspector: 1). St.
Sl Titus ille Lumber Company Clair Niset. clerk. Guns and Sporting Goods
SL m eo paPrecinct No. 12, Hailover-J. WV. Grifi a
C. H. Nauman. T. R. trtsk. inspectors: Wna.
TITUSVILLE, LA. F. E. C. R.R.. ieto: W. is complete at all times
Pi n l DF Kl Precinct No. 13, Caveral-F. 1.. Wil,,on.
S Li. L Holme,. J. H. H, n,. inspection: ii io. -
,Saw and Pl n ls D) U pls rterman. clerk.
MU 1151US Electors must are the ane jalifcatioon nts an Qu
for voting as in ectios under Paint and Oils of Quality
Manufacturers of a and said election will be held and con-of Specialties
ded in the maner prescrid by law for one of ur Specialties
holding general elections. except that the re-
Sturns from the several precincts will be made
S, to the bosld of county commiamoners of Bre-
andDr"esse vdard county who will canvas the -me and uotations for large or small orders will
R. Rough and Dreaed' declra the rmult and traOe the a e to ber ge r a
m worded. Polling places in the several pr- be given personal attention. Mail Orders
.e sd cincts will be the same s m the general eleo
All gtrdes celin Sng. flooring of Nov,. 3 N 0 solicited and promptly filled
and hin gles T~ form of t bllet waed wfI be a plais
plandeaingles wbt piee of ae.h waitng orpint- S *J
adesmeMe there either "For Sllag" or
Si SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY I "'S .bo ""
IF~. tion to l I 'LteM to llt *Aausor Adaan..ums .Ama9.
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t-- twea yram from JT M to 1SM m"ms at asern. 'at" Ofa Ofe I
iiwhom 0 Geebrate MNS six iluates for the entire 1s1 s. P
t "I De.me-. rLesla e oeino would kill him.a But th-em beas dM Mt
Dq VX are a S rth aC JulY the twenty year period from 'laW! to wtbout great distress. aJ
S010 amar. givet by uIS, tcluasive, had been carried oat
St Jbaibft Awho by the department of labor, and Mr. Kitehe Nveltyo si r
W us thes the eesalcesn This Carroll D. Wrlsht, who was then com- A aluminium alcohol lamp, wit a
a LseIg-P 9 a*wuinaAS by Dr. Max maistoner of labor, has been associ- cuP or betting water or bohtn as
a S0lW *M U t C Cbkia who west to New ated with the present inquiry as an e the whole to be carried o a
l Ta t to mame aoh rraWtfdts with the expert special agent of the cenmm be- handle like a candlestick. Is @ns.
Dam s he R IMt eity for the celebration. tbing new for kitchen or sickroom.
l a wh h wil be Aarbhm, where tha in the twenty year period covered by a ..
Si,1 be il Ol O tbhe resmo f il the latter investigation there have F ail bach e lame.t.]
l aw ae Deamre. been 12am o044 marriages recorded. In O C bristmas da. O time of cha..
S D. Helnt is predet of the Dan- the oame time there have been 9452.03 We cannot rt you wPa-I t sho v
M a I imea slety has enat a divorces. For the previous twenty You bring. glad *eaon of the year.
B.. eaM e mm a e to the pre eat of the years there had been reported 328.716 knitting up fal ties.
Iwh- a *Aflbitoim e Aarbas, ak*lt that the divorce, little more than a third of Our sisters mourn our piteous state
ath of Julty be aet asMe as a Dan- the number for the second twenty They come to take us by aleris -e
1 0 Am resa dal. The prident ha year period. When the urst Inveatiba- Our ats r gl. the d ta
the e agreed tao tared the proam for tion was tntltnted, forty years ago. Renew aa our tmy
fi me the day over to Dr. Heains. It Is the divorces occurred at the rate of 10.000 Next morning officeward we go,
g iet et O t tls of Dr- Heas to a W for a year. Now the annual rate Is &6.000. Coat collar turned up to our eyes,
We fnd the weather ON, Ab. vat
weas io a samber Of eesehus by prominent This Increase, however, is to be con- We want to hWe those family
U1M with Danish Aericans. Aarhus is ome of aidered la connection with increase In --izabeth C. Webb In ftoeese Mag- m f
I* be years the odet towns In Denmark: as popraltio. For Decemba.
at the these e the bones of departed Danlsh The report adduces statistics to
the Ia- kIags and qusam asow that divorces are now Incresing Carge of Five Theusamd COa.
lA fi or the about three times as fast as popula- Japan, it seems, is infested with
l Yr f PRESIDENT'S VALEDICTORY. while during the decade 1870- rats and the reason s explained by
bassheisied IS they increased only about two a Paris centemporary-vis, that the
SS t5 AMaeweO aeg&mem 'Whet Shall We De ad tw-thirds as fast. The divorce Japanese cats, which are not prollf, ---
Pe Our Preeldestr rate r each o10000 of population O I are pampered to an eUaoxt rdt.ry d-
PresMast Rqosevelt In his oce at erased from twenty-nine in 1870 to M DUring the lat few days the
the White Bo ee nt ave what eighty-two In 190& in the former year chronicler proceeds, a ship has left ona
e a ftr. emy bW e ato idered htl valedictory there was one divorce for every 3.441 of the principal Germa ports with
mwith peau om to a correpeto pe and in the latter year one for 000 ats on board. Theme on arrival
SPingtaiet Me- th The president sid: every 121& are to be settled in the various wmar
"Wie te people of the country ar But a more signficat divorce rate time towns of the mikado's dominion s,
8 1 thPe e a t tMe queion oW eot @ball we do Is that which is based not upon tota. apd we further learn, says the London F ,
f otr ? te te thatpopulation, but upon married popfla- Globe. that the present consignment of
mM. fh ioue they a-ed moting th n temeit-a tion. The rate for each 100,000 mar- cats Is to be followed by four others
SM 8ame _epa. retd pepolat os was 81 in the "-ear each of 5.000. The name of the prim-
sp d e IRIs goi out to work a nd to a 200 nla the year 1900. clpal German port Is not gives.
d Go far bla^t and 20nt ya10
l es d I ave ha dt e"a et clas time G re I cally a llinols lads In total ou lfan sreglat a
NOW th pe president of the United States, and I divorces granted for the last twenty Insurance ommisioner sal
" es b tal I treated habVe enjoyed ovary minute of the me year period. with 82,209, and o eio In Jeres Inurn e m mine JamiscV.eure a
b064 by bypolea been in the White House. When senoan with 698, other states being this f orm of insurance among rance.
S t PLEA FOR PARDON twenty years ended and Inclusiveth of Patch. It Is a "Job" insurance scheme l
,This Sternest came from aa 19a 06 wMastt 2 2.9125 whereas for the et- by whic h evon to ery m who lonses h
mi that M however. dent eer Wh Mixe d Tallw talk w ith raton e Io the eastern taes i that of t an a e p m e p d1
Oas hei e opalast borom discussing his approaNewpape Maine1 for each ioon 1p0000 popular s t I A MInt e Cavs o Thenet l slatre wm *


b l ha v e6 per cot Frnk pera. a former resident of tion. A case has lately been disovered ganagg l a yli^WI-l
est aetated to Pariou newspaper in Waraw. vorennsylvan. ea'erton cnstituteal 38.9 per tatrolling th caveform of KeInsurance. ati e
Syt lw to m*e PIndE, ad vi ty the following a tw cent of the grounds was for86 all divoresf llm J. Roes, a han Central
Si cnk or Mnceeat: and neglet to provide, unfaithfulne hesst ondutor, is the o ner.





agae ~f~t I have s*- "I want to make restltutlon and beg cruelty and drunkenness are other Perhaps it was the fury of the blast
w[-s.BplP l whom I had pardon of the people through the news- grounds. Five divorces are granted which the kaiser let loose upon 3mg- P a


VKI t I. af1il" on Secretary papers. When I was In the butcher the wife for cruelty to one for the land that drove the London fog to ar
a M epalan Psychic so- business in Akron I mixed tallow with husband. Alimony was asked by three shores in November.
sr11Mesmsr Marx iad Miss lard and sold it to my customers. I wives out of sixteen and obtained by .
O eth of 215 West For- ask all theoe people in Jesus' name to two out of sixteen. T
i 41 0intUwt New York. Only re- Sorgive me of the offense. and if there An odd feature of the report is that
.t r ba e bee-s treating Miss Marx. are any who are not satisfied with the proportion of husbands who asked
Swo'* when I had caused her to just forgiving me If they will send me for alimony was 2.8 per cent and that .
S a deep sleep to a somnaw- a statement of the amount they think 2 per cent obtained it. In Utah six
eep I told bher to transport they were wronged honestly, between husbands obtained divorces for non-. T .
a. i ONeawleh, Conn.. a town I God and man. I will make all wrongs support. FOR TOI LIVE
tat @W ad never visited. right." The fifth year of married life seems A torpid verdrae the whole
asurlhedO the streets, houses to have been the most dangerous and system, and produces'
? .fami al"ntMliar figures In the Plan to Honor Noted Soldiers. most likely to brinK the matrimonlal S If A **
". to that point It was posul- A joint monument of heroic size. to ship upon the rocks. From the first SUpapI Cetlveenes, Eheu*
ti e tbit she was telling what was in be placed on the "Bloody Angle" bat- to the fifth year the ratio Increases, yspepsa w O kis P s. er oonotheethe U
sq. Vb. I know the town well. But tieground in Spottsylvania county, but ;.ftter the fifth year ir e Ti s orthseS eaerand bile weill oceumulrathe I The
ielOty w exclaimed that there was Vas. to commemorate the military teldeniy to S.rlarati['n1. :ulthuh the e, di.aas i.TU TS stm n L sedism
*.Me In Greenwich and described it. fame and glory of General Robert IL number of divorees ,Ios not fall be- LIVERPILLS, asatrlalwlprove
*.WSW! her mind had wandered. Lee and General Ulysses S. Grant, low that of the f.!-t ye,.r. Take No Substitute
bi iat afternoon I read toIn the news- which shall be erected with funds The average duir:ttl,,n of imanrriage s ... .
,t *+ that a big fire had broken out raised in the north and south. has terminated by div,,r.e in anl,,ut tenl
C'. -aseu k at tmhe very time I was ?.,.u suggested by patriottle citizens of yearn. Sixty ,er *',. ,'r thlr-.e-fifth-.:r-- r-s Liver Re natr
uitt osenrlhr Richmond last less than ten years. and 40 per r.
"I& +-le with MissMonroe F.etnt last lumiger. I'7
-O bel equally remarkable. Som Fund Per Eliot of Harvard. r -re -?A
;.' U : P I r wOOs tting her by byp Several prominent alumni of Harvard The Great Southern Remedy -is..- a oldt. t
"*Oft. : 0111altt for a stomaeb tru- university are raising a fund to be .t.. Joph's Liver R.-uilat,,ri ,im x,,. elleoat endonsij r.Be.
U&la Sell g that she wtas god known as the Charles William Eliot it'inetly for diteate. f the.livtira.il ki.lne.v, ch lr althenver.
SI aGe to t ot fund, the Income of which they plan to tistipatioun. -sour .tican i. ,i/ It has become popular and di
"; a. apartment of a frited to President and 1r. Eliot during tir. biliouunet and all i.t iont'ae'an, .ae t'y bleim gr at naay homes a a v
+ 0 nW he doing. She their lives. After their death It is to to take. purely 'et'hl,., as,,l i, :.Areful3 , :. ony oftslaLvr muey Yeas is,
" I ^ g t t be used in such a mamner an they y iedora tb the old etadhle,*,.htl I. .F-tle Ml1i-t ". ,, d iteil beulat ia tken a odrch.)
a"l of so ebabs be WOre designate. cine .. of(hattaouga. Ten Ev.ry fni- It relieves Bilionnes. dache.
wgeusea It all as a in- :y should use it. Thousa.a.- i.. t ind ro- n" i' Zue.I. of Apgetite nmliowi ani
....tat, tlnipathy ,,ounce it the best liver ,udihciu'i the mark- b all dirders caused by Catio i
wht a. i was hi e The conservation commission needn't 't. Druggists sell it. Iquidl -'tu, t.n Ix bottle; .' '. .. rpdi t of te Liver and y iners.
we e U v powders 25 cen t a box. ' ; ..... It would be lin ever hom a ad
a w at that meet waste time saving our natural bt r a ., o . b atrave
Pr a.FEY & C0 .' by ye Ora
a r 3W FS a ml i fM m)pply. Jwst turn the current the ether a n Itstismel usewill ave v
.S5WWp tthCASTOR IA Jo.hn Whiwe & Co. ,, .n.
ar RNest W se token as sa Ch r.LISVILL KY.
*&t Ss s bei n.amp ea wea"s bad anae 1 W e..
buM eamud i ui n is sftsr e tp u.A rRewuie aow Tm
a of n I uana tuntN 1s.o nf.
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i)aI 0iIsat UtoiE da rflt to astreeI.e, to oItt the Idividu al sm
U ws fO t am iy meekty Cove thea hadruam.
"awe i. to a viv. a-
t&"W-aT anftma the mosw tu bIe pY D S FelaR
ase ahew besS hdr atri- f-at yduif she puyen crippled wM --.
Sm" At deo Iher C isa- us Epevei ea K elm'oa,.
SS' ra yla a i tho e oml weltoar twi M SLae md sel alldi. Try f h a
WS to a 0 Masumarritywelq above he humdrumey-
s a.me iu t aSd w ..1 b In Us For Over 80 Years.
i- um t abu thhty i a "el maid:" Phrsv a hmssr Drne ..a*
60 ams s eambeao _r ah* _mom Iw' _W_ 3 w m o_______e_ J_____1__
A S hgauslti Tb. New Tort Even- Weurr Per Jlreem.
& ptenwae .thio theory "pAre "Wel. m M keus itg
agegsk a eemhlastioa M tab A he s- Jrerou Ciy, "I reatum that er -
ty a am w pwoaswrt." Te that writ oat the Deelm set or ~duS
bweea lembs withCl gaki o t school "To -s the homer of beln g
*go, asot tahes -at erts is movel alba t write Itl o
I no s lls lanlON maw b of ltS tatlie "Nobt at alL. I mean the borer 0
/Ikigo t -Cdiihte Almht over7 omre ad bel' medr tuaa r m ar toaL. They all-
ahe --eiry .nMieda'., i7rtet t th i d a him JeBLron eue kaeiow."--]PII1a-

.muce -.. wo --9,. r oc r .. TOYS, DOLLS FIREW ORKB *
bme:d NOMeab ch lwy ptyr a te vocitolen Cbe wrl d chs wr d e 1
,, ol e Lt my -- .t e..t *... a at dMl by hi ach *b*t FANCY GOODS, GIFT BOOK *
s uMs a mnito. He sway wil be be ie d thrd t Wman a he or ar
Sm Mci. mio a a Epress Wagons, Velocipede
SUte to te hea d rater s te a certain gentem beL g a bchenlor. P ictn s, Etc.
a it in i eine bed a Whoe the aller left his no
; a," "mg 'ICl' i mue t ticed that he wasu usually quiet and
amr lla tl Mrel l-_ AeIr eiBta s emd to -e in a dep study. FlyI TRADE SUPPLIED in ortmont to ay dAt
u s ae a*he osaid to her, "Mamma, o a b acelor ired amount Send us your orders
aethl hdLaft Afo nr ae sand mu tstOdy fur Tbf
e ....... o y av eot-w erdtd he tH gg s. THE .& W. B. DREW CO.
usual"" ftww nq eOr hpbe .ftle Carl hez tean othbra.d ;




ah ust, it O iwt Us Mye et trblea R recently a little girl ias take to
tI.1a, fu, J. .eS tt t London by her parent. On er rsar JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
k- o Ifl them, seeS sr l tke f. p domah sad improve the di- she was decrlblai aD the places she _
Bawy ma. r- wu They so relate the 6lver nd haad ten to Msome young friends. Owl 1ne &
7 / wa hr a efl smoe. Go u a tree inmpb e at itusville of them, of a somewhat morbid dispo
i Slil other -r dotes. Pharmacy. siltion, asked, "Did you e the Old Bal-
)l t 5 5 (5 -- -" to Sfl eW "No." replied the girl, "I don't think L E LC AILWA
u Iis mo ther ab
VIO yu lel t Wueers ie bthea Sat tmddene ao, but I Cw tee Royal academy,
.,. i a ggI lapnim oe oi Te where they hang the arts"--Lo~don IOCAL tIB CARD No. 76. Celrocte to Octber Ist IMI
#A Ii liiYrl lh e umn of a German journal contala
ltlnl "f teP. t --da rot llyhe Telegraph. -.. IP c. eI E c
I toedt r It t t ou oad better not vit urs in or Absurd lief Abeut Hedgehegs. I DAY DAILY DAILY DALY
the pr eeat that these wilD e de r to eceiv an explanation of the oo n a og pm sa .....Ja Io@...................... A rs 8
Sthe m hd with the poSeswion of many lpm s ..... St. Auut e.. .. ........... Lv 6 10 pm I is
Ito wheo iwerful power. Piny and after p i f m Lv ......... .......... s. t I Ik....................Lv 0 pm a
qwp_ G fCip 12 pm tL,...................... Omood........"........L. L 8 pm 444
eI" t a' met two of each of tLh mamusiept. r staircase, we be to him Aellan and others ive related apm 1 pm Lv .... .... D ...
S the SeI mSd est a a iaorm you, twe~ny-toer stees, sad how It would climb apple and fig trees, to pm sopm L N..w s rl e...................... L, My t o '
that he i of a imA to kill. o atn we do ot kLeep a bolster at the bot- shake down the fruit and afterward aTituav e............ ... 1 m am
he pletil the s an al up and impale the rait on itpm Lv...... oed ............... m
T ad Fe es sVpne sa12d 3r ta mR a it I 4 50 pm Lv ........................E. u e aullie........... ......... '.. II 54 14m
As det wIN be madt to Ira. aa i l ia h sIuinea and carry them off upon It -U -0 m o% pmr Lv............................Mlbotrne.............. ........v 11 4 m I


of the Arican a and or w 2 -- r ...... -----
em the rc b do far os knownro. the frst record back. The belief that it was in the S m Lr....... ....... ..... FL P......... L ..... 1 s
Sma m al. Mr. Reo"0e Gv0 pm 0 r ....... .............. Weat Palm Dca-h. ............Lv 71a O im
I oithl ogl, but e Is ot an- of pun hment by tar and featbers is habit of milking cows during the night S aom os pm 'Lv..................... .... Laerde............. .v So m
B, 2S'^ **^Sto^.^ ^M3i At tl *! wee 'ul t --. r10145p Ar;............... Myia ...............-.Lv Sa.m ls m
S k a kito r b pral with in the year 119. the first of Richard L is likewise a very old one, t m n 1 pm Lv ................ .....................pm
tht Mwe as llar probably witb Atthawape htOS 1a0s so .. Ar lain I .... ... ........C....
tl ) r ch Se, aence as j At that time a law was p sed that p Ar................... ulhr Key t.l........ .. .... .................. .. .....
N am whobas made a spclaity of "any robber voyaging with the cro- HBm-And I'm the only man you
S -ety "rt imany years. Ile 1j saders sha l be first shaved. tbe hot iever loved *Daily except Sunday. +unday and idn~ e-dy- ,nly. :T.;e-ltys and FrId o
pitch shall be pound uponhim and a ea ----- -- -
Rs a of O the founders of the Ame- csitcon of beahers shook on d Her-Yes, dearest. PLATA :ANCH
e an n ra sl b b"lte o tan. and he hs over Him--May I speak to your father? ........PAC
After ts the criminal was to be put H -ay uppeak to you'd better. Ieve EAST PALAT.T T, Arrive ILe~e PAI.ATKA 1TO KA$T Ar1rve sI
Swritte widwey O ld sbct. It abore at the first place the ship came Hem-I won der how he'll take It P PLAT.. Ptt r .. .t P
Is po Atl that the National museum Him-I wonder how bell take It
may Cem Into poseeslon of some to Her-Oh 1 never can tell about dad. 6 .. 46 fil.........No. 4 .... 6 50am 5 mn .......N. I4 Dlly ......... 4 15
bMerto anknowl bird apecies as the Brglar Was Too Lte He treats some of the boys very nice- g am ......... o.: % eil ....... :, m u6 nr. .... .. ....... Aea a
S rst of Mr. Rooeelt s Afrtan We owe an apology and an explana- ly, and at others he gets fearfully U m ...6 No. iy .... 12 o pm p ........ Mly ....... 10 pm
S sheetLg. New Mld specter that may toa to the brlar who opened our of. anr. and-why, what's the matter, 4 0 pm .. o.: : I .. ... ;p" 4 i.m ....... l...... 4 puS
i GiSetnl dwiang the prorae of Ace window at the wak end, sought George?-Cleveland Leader. 7 06 pm ......... ia 7 i m .. .. i Inly....... s p
the mflmnsh trip will be "ter the drawer of the cashier-and was dis- SN A I'ANC
r by Major Mearsa bet it It appointed Wedo not like to appear in- F TAN MAT'.O BAN.CH
probg e that thei asurn will be let
t baN trrtbspitable, but_ BE on Friday nigs.ht we all E, FO .E Lev EA.T A....A ANMAl..
a spe cts! hf hamtg hematutu t o on Palaika *AN M.VI:U Matw .n.;- ;AI.ATKA _Paak_
J, Ald laIrtg h md del- aof ua do our own thieving, and thise l . .-
SIseldoillr Itwlll o L thnla lftt for tlltoIr. AIy othe S .... v. 1.0 ",: y...... .m jolm ..... No. Diiy ......... 9..
S m tSt. whm o r tun d &W gbt^ we ws try to give anotwe sort ot You hae'ta r.e.ular. healthy movement to the 3 15 pmi s...-.... ..... . o. 3 b4 ... 4..
bowers everyday, you're Illor wll be. Krep your I
L.. i l he fr lo o ea u r N-0 prri--Iad o Cronice. bowels o n aid ,e il. oro, in them hape oz o. .o. -
Sviolent phyie or pill poison. dangu. The No. 1 i No.19 ";. I: IAYPORI BR CH. N No.
gst a hat that wi I atr e the PreervedC CYurrantSa, oohkest. litmost perfect way of keepru o.ooly Dally Ir ly a ooly D
meow wI geaSe t Mp ty.- I ed the waiter at a hotel ln Paris towels cle ar clean lt - t
IW. laghg, Sath the yo gSt Sm to i ot how the currants whih m OA0 p m n '.... ..l k-on l!e ...... ...r 7 m i pm :aS pm
"T2 44)0pm 6.;. :*:uh ii O. I'U h lteuh..........Lv 7uMm rn 4Mlpm
5 tp -a tl, Mha eA e sil were served with soft Cemm cheese 2 43 pm 6 ., ...- A.. *.. beao ......... Lo 7. a I 1i15 4 Ia pm
-SA 1 ti eI l 8wo. UH a 8e i atnd bred for desert were cooked. To o00 pi 7 1" I, j a ..... port.f .........Lv 64 Am I1 am 4 W pm
Sasly eacett wor t r te in My murprise he informed me that they J i .. ...... . ; s ... ............. Lv T
th Al ms- G-ft were not cooked at all. The large red a a. B OrC u rh. u. .. s. B ot ... ..a,

-' Ow r t b_ 60- 16 pm 11 a0. LL l IM pinm 11 11 pb i w d As.- -L-. a m *01
ser, %lube ved Tay..3.,p11-..i. an 1Puw4.ep6 *Evam 12 .. P-I 4 l "
-, ^ thre days, the oit bein G e pm 11 0a ino .._.u C....l... 1 0 pm I i6 p ........... .................. .......
t .y U hme eId vaI pm 11 som A,-.ma Ca Js I 0M pa 4 00 pm .......................

-4L see b o UNNCION M AT TAIU- S. O mOCK Ps Say i m We AM A Va
bm m # 1-0 l olr ape .eof the m -... --- ...- -... ... a
"__*_I--C-I bow n enous c i mi s o w -ahws-- a --rs-say w
(Z & ~P O0 -O-= LOCAL CAM OI... OTIN 11r=11. 11_- N'_-'---_=

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S number a
kc& I6:'arwitha grea


To inbt ohr nsao 1
or Prog
eamp baiinfgof f6
al of sav Y foo
UbiatdMi of two room
for hoa--bpoo ,
i onSuan rach riv
A
Oak ammCk C
GOwOgikr I


GRORGIANA
m kldwin has been qu
At ah ri to be out again.
Usdl Hughey is in Jac
ta week doing rvice on
u number from hen
4 das dace t Canaveral la
awp. m.
MW and Mr. Traford a
arm Oo looking after t]
gCufa paddnp .
A.. Carter killed a large
Snke among the shrubs
q- lpst week.
Mr. and Mr. Ellis and d
im Cora, are settled for th
in te bungalow on the Han
Mr. Waslworth is rush
wrk on hs dock and Oak H
Is getting to be a very a
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Mr.glaton of EauGa
Bt Hiseock, of Miami, we
a sting trip this week,
M a O rige ds and relati
_ y L.A. Peek arrived fr
York Wt Wedesday p. m.
bhn ib old qhters at
M-i'ess homw. He in lool
md !!n- ad everyone is gi

hthe
WN& ywdu"iMtlt bfr


Sat spenBt a few
ubMwes at Wabamse.


=A Gn w hae a kiw s



la me w--- I I& tq
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weith mm them p1l. I wemld act be wish.
ea. ., .... .Ia..gbr icgo -


*W snit ses so n"s2 W! in au Qu moW oo


Speal usi by the o saa a us to prove ti e



A TA imnts "Sta ClaaUs Hunting In the Everglades We are agents for mallard Obask oew, tam
I d tb -Y--k at tsAl a 1ign ro- lI m B G W.



SB wI ~ b ier iat Capt. Selby Buck, of the Atlantic s& Sabo's a g Ha


C. stsm r. Coest Line, has returned home to S Coffees. Alo the c lebraed Mapes'
"t of dw te Jlsa 1LA860 will. m y nNAsled and on my t I it is







eI" I i el a e eof game. Captain Buck told the u t B DSa-Y & Bl
S. Siaiff arS'nch oesae E. L. BHRADY & BRO.
i Se t M r et p es lambeek, was i ~ Hounted on hunting pony, ande
.hS Si simL 'ma iat leis f through the wcruab palmetto tfo Bm OkUS,
ld ee wtih% my eb y e m at Capt.Selby Buck of the Atlytic & anorin= `od re-d, ]H O" 0t








g--i-Lst- -.at and, looking down he saw that the -- --.
S io on had hiroms a fo t on the he ve of a -- -- -- ----



wQ s.wbMs Be'erge-Hal B i rattler, which a was writhing and JAMU PRTCHARD. Preside-t. RRa TIe o
Sh We clip the followi a nt of nlly oftwited its length around the s IW. HAILE, AmrbsCfeitder.
Sabolt te -I ofgame. Captain Buck told the Sas




t of Dec. 3d: kn his positi on, ue expesing to oe
.Eugene Berg., of C.L h b o -, after some m .tes theDY &
of Adli, an s be was hors nte gave a sprhunting pony, backward and
qt daughter of Samudel Hall, of the trough the scrub palmetto,self. TitUsV lFla




and night, the same place, wen uied n mar- Th e rattler was deads and the pony duw




noon at uiageyesterday. The ceremony was had snake-sense enough to keep his Authorised Capital, $zoomoo PaM.Up Capial, gfu.
inference performed at the bride's home at 7 foot on the snake's head till life was Average Depeelts, Sasee.o.
Sable mto o'c by Rev. W. W. Westott, e to answer to ain B uck says further TIANAC A
for the pastorof Betheda rhat Ade onin the Everglades he saw that the
Sterence phia in the prhad hisooton the hed oof about forty eads of large rattlesnakes appear





Settler, which The wedding mar riwas four feet. the a as. i ,. Ucomb
Sabom t he bride.w o B ad t eron at leg. Capta inBue oT AD OT B K ON T
growing-from th--i-th, (N.hJa Demolhsetily dismounted, butthe poitynIlat ia w IwF S it, A Ii




ean bride was attired inke a ctume moveba a nd forth, but did not move
peppers of white French muslin trimmed strike. Tiring of watching these change bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patroeag
te i. with insertion and lace. carried motions, he, with two loads of bck- prompt service, polite treatment, ad eery
dst bin bride r Her traveling suit was shot, dispatched the two rattle r and or consistent with conservative bank greed
wver 10 avy blue pogee. the Whemtto hadpoae e ug thrd giat CORRESPONDENTiS-Empire Trust Comany 4 Bdwy, New York kClty Toh At




e pa The house was trimmed with greens rattler between their dead bodies, antic National Bank of Jacksonvile, Jacksonville, Florida.
Smf~e a nd cut flowers. At bountiful rmepat n this snake he killed als. Te hadle was AUSVI D e, LTeA






y inJan. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Berge will and twenty-four rattles each. .
leave forNew Syev. na, Fla., where Capt. Buck says his party killed






they will spend the winter with the 141 turkeys, 71 deer and about 1, DIANIV EROM PA NY
ior tbe A roBeaty AppetitLe only mov the Everglads re sade two -- -----rt ompt v Pri
ml is phiat bbl ehave. but I of nobenet side in surre att intruders should GAOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, I CUP GH ASl, TO.







ei to Bthem if they have worms. Be ure your come into their sacred fastnesses.
SabM trled with oA He halted h horse to stud the iLLENHURST, FLA. I U I Ca
er Twmt b y pla, a wei n otyeMo bride. uaood a h Medicine for Children POeSTOFFICADDEST B O TUSVILL VE
ll l a bride was attired in e m e tume move eba cand orth, but did not







ddrsss ae llws It ispositi vcre ndre- Than asn tomu cre ao s D H SPELL J. C. SPELL, Registered Ph
lleppe a of white ch muslin, trimmed strike. Ti ring. of watching these Efch-nge bought and sold on 1 foreign pu _







the Tlitheville Pha my and Banner Drug Stored on he, with two loads of b ompt service,rlit trtmnt, Ad er
Um"t gin- bride ntment curd me of eczemi tsht was sho, dhas tcd. he quitwo er nd vor consretent with conservative ban in glnted
wever 10 navw blu pongee with hat to match. approachinghe found a third "giant CNHRESPONDEN'.-- pire Trust C(X.p.y, U 42rW .Now York C Th As.
the PEA The home was trimmed with greens rattler" between their dead bodies, II&nti, National Bank of Jacksnville, Jacksonville, Florida.







Speop aned mcut lowe n A bountiful repast this cold the kles te ask. Chamberlain's
peranent.-o. 8.. Mtthw ommedespetiv eledy seventeen, twenty-one TIT USVILL FLORIDA.






yit n Jk soner labor statirsti. Auusnd Me. Bere will an d twenty-four rattles eachve trd it.
leave for New Smyra Fla., w .re Capt. Buck says his party killed r A
th il end the winter with thare 141 turkeyillings, 71 deer and about 1,000her. Mrs. F.






Sents. In .the h Stareher, of Ripley. Vak., s ays: "pI have
will return aT oFrupy the Berge athe ook in camp had to shot Detrs n





fisnver fNot InCOndjatent never u wed anytieg otWer than faramar- TLUSVlDl6, FeiOrlIda
From Miami NewsRecord, lain's Cough Remedy ftor my children and it
Sthe jury. ppcten only moved their heads from side to FAN Y and TOILET ARTICLES
&&Hly is what most babi a hanve. but i ofn o f benelt side in surprise that intruders should GASBOL NE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP ORaA(m, Ii.





Sattend those souif then Democrats, who ap- and maye into their sacred fastnt t child as P R UM, TrATIOn tc.





st Satur- peared before the committee on ways ,an adult. Forsale byTituville Pbarmacy E V UW Rt a n AIc eaV t.
and means and requested protectionfug willTh- en f ther pon. Oda Water and e re
ir t a d ail Arm It posi tiven r and r- TTUV Fa.. n. Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals





heir tan- d inea cents perottle pl bi rotement oeeraur an ild rainfall mor Mai order anything we
tby somile members her Dr comm ittee l t ac week endiptheria or Vcarlet fe tver
rattle- at the recent meet ofe t hat body. as x. cold The qicer yu c re





near his Let us see. The settled policy of t :a ...... :. .-. T" i mn m
the government under Republican ---- -- --- --- 7- 67
daughter, rule is that of a high protective tariff. 5. 'T -- ---K Tumvlm~flTIUI1
e wnter at least on a large range of articles. hi cold the is te rik. Camera
ype. Someof the products of th' Cough Remedy is the aole reliant of many






treme south have little or no protec- < - ------ AI
ing the tion given them. mother rainasll ofr th wthoeek 1 tr. iueht BERUs.G
mock A a result, they are at the mercy M L s o. e Florida
attractive of certain foreign growers, who hae ythi other tha ervTitusville, Florida
nville rom Miami New-eord. lai's Cough Remedy for my children ad it






the jury Theo advantage of lower freight rates oal s in t cti FNC and TOILET w R TIC LE


heir tan- and cheadditional protection for citrus TvS LL .




dllie, and and chealper~laor. . .,rIm.. . ..


re up on TaKe. for instance, rFlorida pineap- il;. i.i- 1 . 1.1t.A !ui. iij, lairileru.
and also pies and citrus fruits which must go FA i o aI t .t... Ii .II., \,,,, .:iht l.l. A1,tii1 11..i li.'itn,,g pt-rfect.
ves. into the northern markets in compe- I. , .... ,, ., .. '/
Station with those from Cuba. CUISINE THE BEST
aom New There is a small tariff now on these 4 1, ; .. pri.
Grand is at fruits, and the Florida delegation in C ou,,:S ,; ;s1 4'. 4.,,;; t :!i,, t ....d.. e ,,. .li,', ,,. ll, i, 'L A... ItI
ri d ia congress is asking for more. O ,., hiiiir Ti.i :t: nii.l-t ; I.. iu I..it :i ll tra in.i KRt ,s r.I ble.
kig well Freight rates from Cuba are very Ask your doctor about :sc N .
ad toaee much less than they are from any throat coughs He will tll I. N. JOHNSTON,
point in Florida to the same market. roat s. He will tell Proprietor
Ml nt Fruit from Cuba can be laid down you how deceptive they are.r
n-u',oa in New York or any great distribu- A tickling in the throat ofter.
tm. a ting point of the north, after paying means serious trouble ahead.
the tariff, and yet be sold cheaper Better explain your case care- L.
than the same class of fruit from xps y r s car I W VIXL LVlE Y L*T"A63"
Florida. fully to your doctor, and ask
days with Now, thepolicyofthegovernment him about your taking AyesStables
being settled for the time at least, Cherry Pectoral.
tt- the products of Florida deserve and
ent Sat- should receive the same care and pro- A w. u *o ..r I.-- SADDLE HORSES
rt. section that other products of the r *BUEloohol
.- "-, our ja- BUGGIES
tas sale country now receive. w t w you toU
bU. There is no inconsistency in de- '",-," _" SURREYS
peataw manding i nor would there be any id TUNOUTS
,. C implied ed etofthe Repu bli- o makes the best liver pills? The and TURNOUTS
S C. an plicy. C. Ayer Company, of Lowell, Mass. of a iads
The prent rates ae distinctly y hakv been *makig Ayer's Pills for g
Sora- ruo to Fa who ew vr Ish* y ea. I you h ave the slight- 1. 1L)o g Et.
Tr& oSk about using these pills, ask
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