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 18, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00680
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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'LL gata gTow-No doubt we havwe the W
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LDr. Nw, Dns. TOe. that we hav eer had, pra Q.r )w,
Dr. C. Sp l mad a ylagi tripto 1ateed mor thna rW a4 -
Wates ay. moid.rb th ea. a.
fine tdo yhbeer Dayton,re speid sdaed a a,-o MbN, .d ho aps a
*nb wa, h. was ~lated i tlaCa- ayr Iydis' and hBanot e niw en.h .-
*tw Ar t he t ad the wa. usually low prie of ba o F. haa
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O day, TTn STAR will be priate d al il- WB s Ifs a yr wide* Mr Net 1tt e s lst

g! y! 4 BlakeMwood, aeo ove f OmOsteb yer Special mrie in y-diMrm glov aes- 1-- rua.n
Stoi aswl y. We 1w a mlw ul aho te p md
be&a 0 tottemd nMrsW.aastr, gloves of description lons. nv t mm ,
,W o tNG i' t n riMi i t m rnis tra. 104 blescbed nhdntipg ae il r.- na. wi. C. Tminm asspMcMial
T eTO a we Ii ANNIG un f inhe worth d5eao, Morth$1only, Spil t ned e md a to ad && .
nM rts for Sty atd Vai abmt dddd for per yad. with he ftr and moer- -
iM qu3rW Lor-sse Vof ts tti two story coners SameIn 9 s at 25 cents. Mrs B.L R. WiloM.
lt avtsk ) erida blck hoew ai South Ttonvii e to aCn- Special prices in girls sweaters, Getrm yor i l Ma s f
i M pe wtsin eight rooms and eostig about $4- new and upto-date styles. Chrisas. m inn bdir
MeIIfttM le O TwaTo rwm MI. The reader is left to gu who eia prices in children's cape liSM mD o
Ms. LW Green art id s ri- nllocc thise. ladiae' ready e Re. F. P. McCalnaud W.. .la
day iht Mfrm Atlantie City, N. J. The we and d lectin me-s of underwear left Tuedy aftasM I st a- t
next Tuesday, the Zb TZ3 STAR haS
Io- etnd the palara- taken o 'on thsueti one Good quality of bleached domestic, annual aonfwerwe at re .
I tm far the opening of the Hotel that the peopleof Brevard iwUl e 6 inches wide, 12 yards for $1., hed tis year in iai.
rD l wiMc will ta"n plwAe tonkih it in o certain way. We now V6- Monday only. k Care 01 O _k_ m
IO do sn iveldMr.Win .G reenW.b.e t ,. pretiow n that the rt vw l SuitingM, in shadow ripes, all the shdosMtrWpitersek
with the arrial of Mr. Wa. Green, be tsam as it was two years o- latest shades including colors navy Miss lain WMtsa of Ccfttn, wam a -
S t the roprietors, and a party agaist the open aloo. blue and London smoked gray, 42 ried at Clifton last Friday by Jhr
S9 aO- imnomhot hrom the north who Rowboat wan ge fl ifor- inches wide, worth $1.75, special the Peace C. H. Nauman.
, weadM YtfrMet m ation a fullinfor- cet per yard. Dr. Harwood Huntwmingl-w
M t tr y. matd state priciBo' lesuits, bloomer trousers, om naOrmd byMda ted a@ne a
S Mr. Oe brings the following whereboat canbe seen. A r H. w tr as0 fo0n special today sie
pr with him: Mr. Schumr hae Care a office. 16. p s or so here amna s tfrie i,
Mr. FWekr, Mr. Griffith, Mr. Krei- Bn Men's $1.00 neck ties at cents, in t come down ta la tr.
bel, Ms. K ibel Mr. as Gale, Ta A all the latest colors. iMany useful articles t hor X
WbE., Mika L a ueaund pms Judge James W. Locke, in the fed- Special prices in men's and ladies' Gifts are being sold AT Am am
I la ss wam er alcourt granted the appeal of fancy handkerchiefs. coer at the Trea Pr.
r y sa bl ore, also th chefs and W. M. Brown in the habeas corpus Ladies' black hose, specially put Mr. Watr Swena, 0 '-m
wtiirlM- proceedings brought by his attor- up for Christuas, three pairs ina and Mr C J. F.d.
f eth'Be el Dixe will be open to.. An sainment of errors and box, worth $1.00, Monday only 75 a w i TtJ.s. Cvie S1T es,
asr oweady for ntert the tton of appeal were filed after cents per box. bore, w e fin Ttille Tasr,
Jude Locke had diwmiised the habeas Men's hole proof half hose, colors coming hem tobe present at the tl-
S veg public ad tourists nd toer corrus proceedings. black or brown, a guarantee ticket lation of officers of the Order f te
ate new regime, which we now make $b l e case will now go to the United goes with every pair, 6 pairs for Eastern Star for the year 190, wMeh
the pediction will meet with success. States supreme court at Washington, 1.25. occurred Tuesday night. They rtred
S arloads of new furniture have D.C., and will likely be heard on the Juuus KUNE, to their omes on the night train t
e plced i th of January, on which date United Titusville, Florida. same evening.
k*abd' the hotl the Past w States District Attorney Cheney has Novel re-opened D.
rs and everything is assuming a been notified to appear. Church Notes Te Novelty ore reoped De.
r airof reshne and newnes about 5th with a full line of books, eaady,
t henire pemia es thi m No Christmas is complete without At the Presbyterian church next Sun- toys, staonery and school appli
entire e premises that is most e candy. We have beautiful holiday day evening, at 7 o'clock, Rev. Dr. Bad- Christmas goods, etc., a sat
timing tothe tourist, and applications boxes 60e., O70c. 75e., 80c., $1.25, a weill ee ch a the Symbols of Gra Give us a call. 1. M. Dono.
are already coming in for accmmo- $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $5.00, $6.00. a Chth as sermons ls at
datons. BANNER DRUG STORE. Dean Robottom will deliver a lecture g thepleat caller at Tn
Mds. Ga o e in Hol Trinity church, Melbourne, on STAR office Wednesday was Mr. W.
Mrs. Green has been making a The Star Kindly Remembered Saturdayeveningon "Henry of Navarre Allan, of New York city, who iss iN
11 large number of new acquaintances, We received ome very finetangerine and the Huguenot." a few weeks among his many Trida
* although she met many in Titusville oranges the first of this week from our Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Snn- friends up and down the East Coast.
while she was here last season, and fri Mr. C. L. Nichols, of Sharpes, day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and Mr. Allan's first visit to Florida was as
which were really immense. Four of at Titusville at 7 p. m. Conference af- b .. a ^.. am --
g she will be pleased to enlist the a- tem could rdy be pressed into a r evening. m. Conference ae. far back as 1871, when the were hard-
,. distance of all our townspeople in ordinary cigar box. We also acknowl- The Rev. W. H. Cresson will officiate ly more than a dosen families in this
helping to make it pleasant for th edge receipt of a crate of the finestfall inSt Gabries church Tituville, partof ndian river. His remain
p tocropmtleasan apples w e ever t Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday of early days here are very interesting
patrons of Hotel Dixie, as many of =g^ =lSiWnd, Mr. C. A. Robina1n, of Su ^ f Sun ^^
ro of Hotel iie, ay of from our f riend, Mr. C. A. Robinson, o schoolat 10 a. m. Litany and lecture to listen to. At present heis engaged
their guests will come here with the Eden; and Mrs. Mackenzie, of Canaver- ery ursday evening at 7:30. largely in growing oAnges near Ponc
ati o m ni month t l, has favored us with several lots of every ursday ng largely in growing near Ponc,
pectation of remaining month at fine oranges, limes and guavas, also Dean Robottom will officiate in Holy in Puerto Rico.
last and if their stay is made attrac- samples of grape jelly made at her home, Trinity church, Melbourne, on Sunday
Stie to them no doubt many of them "Brghtaide" on the Banana river, mormng, December 20th, at 11 o'clock, FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
r It certainly is very pleasant to be re- and in St. Johns church, Eau Gallie, on
t will spend the season. membered by our friends in this man- Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All kinds of Christmas goods, toys,
5 In this way there will be an oppor- ner, and we return hearty thanks for novelties, cut glass, etc.
w- tunity to build up and develop regu- the same. Citrus trees grown on high pine Wishing you a Merry Christmas and
Slar patronage of winter visitors and land. Address Indian River Nur- a Prosperous New Year.
tourists who willcome to our town Temperance Addresses series, Toledo, Florida.
rgularly every season hereafter if Under the auspices of the Brevard CHAS. A. GARDNEa, 'Phoe 3e
wewill do our part and help make it Anti-Saloon league, Rev. W. J. Car- Wanted-A Few Boarders -
r plaant for them while h peter, of Tampa, made a stirring Write to Henry Benecke, Palmetto Editor Powell Got Tired Out
p address in favor of the "dry" side on Apiary, Titusville, Fla. Willis B. Powell has sold the St.
Santa Claus Washington avenue Monday evening Petersburg Independest to Lew B.
Have you seen him? Take aj p at 7 o'clock. For Sale Brown, an experience e wsd
Sin our window and you will im 'Ihe speaker was introduced by Ideal site for Florida winter home man from Harrodsbur Kr. Mr.
irlso mn o nice things for Christmas. Major F. M. Taylor, who, in a few in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet Powell says that he aso the paper
alo many nice thinsfor stma. prefatory remarks stated that the on Indian river. Several bearing "simply because I am tired, rsd at
BANNER DRUG STORE, merchants of Titusville had found orange and grapefruit trees. a long rest before I get it under-


Write Bear's Pecan Nurseries, Pa- their business improved since thesa- Address, P. 0. Box 125, ground with a 1-ton mmoril to
latka, for their special prices to Flor- loons were abolished here two years Orlando, Fla. hold me down."
ida planters. ago. Fr
Mr. Carpenter addressed an atten- or Sale Order your wagon, ea g, tme-
d The Favorite drop head sewing tive crowd for about an hour and a Building lots and the best of pine- ing, sewing machine farm
- machine guaranteed by Indian River half and from the applause he re- apple land, at Horti, Banana river. machinery, et., of FPur -
- Music House, at special price of $20. ceived it was evident that the people Address J. B. JONES, ing Agency, save 10 to
e. were with him. His argument was Georgiana. 20 per cent. Wte partcula.
DENTOS DENTOS logical and to the point and facts Agents Cyphers incubators ad sa
Located at Titusville two weeks longer were given to prove most all of his New Bean Seed plies.
Have your work done now at half price statements. 1,00 to 1, and Extra Early Ref- -
SPull Set Teeth $8.00 and up Rev. C. L. Collins, secretary of the ugee bean seed. Price on applica-
GoldCrowns, Bridge-work 5.00 State Anti-Saloon league, delivered a tion. E. L. Brady & Bro.. Grocers, Purchasers for Armour's fertilizer,
Prcelain or Pivot Teeth 5.00 temperance address to the colored Titusville, Fla. the best on the market as a money
Go or RIna e 00 people of this place in the A. M. E. maker. Try it and beconvinced.
PlatihumA or ut 1.00 church Wednesday evening, which For Rent F. H. BOYE, Agt.
Al k a ste yr. exper e was well attended. A two story house fronting on the
wait lor at De n Rt ad save moy Banana river, central between Ca- For Sale Cheap For Cash
Dant will stop at Rocklg next. Fine new upright pianos for rent naveral and Artesia offices. For About 88 acres of id land on
KUhN' Gean Fuarrnihg IDep't for the winter season. Address In- particulars apple to L. A. Mack- theemtor ocean sideof theIkn iver
Ma's ;, ew am d ap-Wto-date dian River Music House, Titusville. enzie, Canaveral, Fla. Lot Narrows, described oloE
644ml V10 aa opeonse D Lot No 3, wtio.n S, awML% & aw
Isl, ao j place oa sale Drayina Gu Replr Shop. 'tion 6, in township n1 *o rmae U
ao pai os mns trus Drayirhau igof a kinds promt- reas This lnd iipuWBred butfnae-
Stil.laDaX ufr oftoNi :, an FnP GtO stock dmy ssottgnt -We & For fwtweird!pu^s a&-
Jua* Ku H. EL BmTxn bored. AU work. gunted- K M. MLOW
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mw to eanly that h to a n- grnas I t mM A dmge. rt wai. sh.-" ?mt"M asla
at tha me u wasr name Wi es P aes feor this ewnty o m yun umim
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was 4M deoag m e g leftor the Ullthe wipes out ad are bttr o. fee with Ienrp Weat l e r
b- hb It -0 Is a0 purse -s the the big stik an exemplary neighbor CdAe tat hdl he--mNeed Es
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noM-e M lo f ft" eef he gmttiMO' -h Soldo e by Banner Drug Store
a te Owr ftt o taIt x houto w he it sa n for, ant that Is memo. fm be at S uh 5 t 7 5 I
--mU aS Seolm iaine. S Cermem *v. o ar Th or e ^ R o
u m an *U t.ftlowhe f Ijl It o si that od the Getale o r-
MlyS t lifpt om ban M --t-l It piWs Inwt In ftamS bear. Cob-
t~ sateem i Mipect, al thoh owla to tim bus even discovered hMe At leaast
Stea i S oep the pe as-idMt' a -emtl t he smhedr this Is the claim of the WestmInster
1 emIpY. oate maiy Iwh qmem fa ac salently ue.
aW a o bo a hft R iarst to ceUopy the attition up to T country mow has "tee a
t_ s_ s the lat hour of March 8 meat. Prob- Tmoeotry now su
S p I isher S w bill bow and of M o M hands." but hopes it will soon be I
.0: =003 wi ae lerl 1oM at O a fm versed and that the other ttilow's ,
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^^^B^*' t*wB ot ba oGt toe laws in house ft Greu a" we- better's for $us.t.0 al ounth our No"
1400waev- a-ed C ledstoan tI give a substantial guarantee to die as
=w have to d help an -, m poor as when be began on It.
filf lms to eat. Our own ver. eeos will be Inclina to eIn-
S4t to ImPoMv German vestigate am s own book before pae I 3tl*.
a* h ki b of potoes ta lawo advance of the pppWMr de- Harperes Weekly recently sonded a
ft tp sleuetm of see. on..a St ign 3 &ncojg ld reactionary note against the present
O Sw have Eelopet Cate that the pote of economy will be day demand among American readers
sod bel flit t. at retremehssnt kae he for novels of action. The editor de- w
a a thm e- all appropaoms which will admit of clares thht sensibility Is the great pos-
Stabl- le one anl fre session of the truly modern novel I en
r. S_ __-- to the higher per- o contrast with the old novel of action.

,, h. lal pmake ami It is to be hoped that the country Tmhe argument sets forth that an act
lifid commission will not send Ia a re- lIn Itself Is nothing. It becomes some-
port of "All's well" until it has takes thing only when thought interprets its
P between the hat- at est one saquaint along the back road Intent and effect. Yet we have often f

,ht'wm dllbute fringe. of the interior. Not that there been told of late that to depict life as
,Ui nab to b aen by his gun and dog or even within Novelists of today are not barred
., e is, fitoakethem Addle. There's another kind of fellow from moralizing on the side, but they line.
otesa Rkee whose tailings shall be nameless and are asked to portray imfe that Is within 13....
tdho also has a family, but doesn't sup range of the ader's experience. Thi avera.

e we e S me bar out the leadli- and meeting house may bespeak a be better for us all to think out our

-ltime they rebuke a social scheme hand. But we don't do it. and few of




N Ue~iflqya man who lived like a less money" articles would get bu'9 on compelled experiences and adventuresB


pIns a the Man- y of tender hearted all commodities they might put a stop above all other kinds. A GOOD DOCTOR
people weV bright within the tolls of to clamor for a tariff to fence out stuff --
th law Sati r he had begged and "made in Germany." How fate plays pranks with mortals ill reco nm end
ag.gaget 61 0000 OM or more. His was is again demonstrated by the expert-
s eer ta t hah might be sup- Cuba's new president, who can uSle:!; ence of Miss Perk, who made a rec- ALLA
petl. eMly everybody is charitable Spanish. but not ,lish. will find th-it ord by climbing 26.000 feet to a moun- HOREHOUND SYRUP
'M: beht ftee to face with suffer- he must think In English and act the. tain top in Peru a few months ago.
N.g $.eiven to be genuine. Persons part or Uncle Sam will make him Recently she was disabled by stepping Every cough weakens the' tnn s, lower the
who mai to live by their wits discover "walk Spanish" too. "n a nail. Conway, the famous Eng- I\ vitality, breaks down t he i-zusn aid leaves
St ai ebhooe means to the end. lib climber. broke his leg by a mis- the system In a weakened condition, causm .
S it to be more susacept ibl to the cusinmpt.-,
I mn wrote begging letters. That football casualty list of over step while lecturing about his moun- germ. Ballar's orhound Sprup will c..o
Ma ap do mot And it diffeult to 200 In 1908 goes to prove that bead-on taln exploits. And there was Lord tho cough and strag: hen th, system.
... a g-* Q a touching hard luck collisions pan out in gridiron events Cardizan. who led the Light brigade
Sry f it of It looks dial- much the same as they do on the rail. "Into the Jaws of death" at Balaklava Lit.
Jt 4iwat where the -- -- and survived to be killed by 'he fall The Childre
4W eme who is decent In Noiseless towns will be popular of his borse when taking a quiet morn- MrW. C. H. Runyon, Stanherry, Mo., writes: "I have
S. r iect seems to be health resorts for loud mouthed cltl- Ing ride at hole, used tour allard's Iorehound Syrup and find It avery
a e I t ehuseful medicine for coughlr and cy ad infoot avery
at j mte. and one will seas tempted to overwork at home. troubles. It is very pleasant to take, and wo luvo !) 4
ft a well dressed -That 365.92 cubic feet of rock piled trouble in inducing the children to tako it. I recoti-
-,I'a t a nickel to a A lively "trade" dollar that which upon Gatun dam's "south toe" by the mend it highly."
I .Thus the genteel was coined In IM4 and fetched $280 In cruel Colonel <;t.lials suggesLs that Don't wait until that cough develops into a mor d :..-
a ~i* exampleIs tfar 190& the uplift commlssi<.n ini.ht do a hu- gerous malady. Save' yourself and childru mano y hick
that of his dow mane stunt down In Panama. spels and insure a log ad athy l
fo Is aunned Now that Taft ascribes his election URES COUGHS, COL' S, SORE LUNS
Ok> oX but to mere luck some men who went way St. I.ils' claim for distinction as BRO NCHITIS, HOARSLL L ESS W
down to dig up a respectable looking "the best place In the world for aero- COUOH AND ALL LLM TROUB
IC contribution to boost the game must nuts to sail away from" could well pk m t*t
.. w St IM to aU around wish they bad their money back. have been censored by the population Peant 5c 0. 0 to
Sae 1t goodby. Pew per Ltt writer of prominence should boomers before publication.
W"4p v w hm 5 Paste a eno on their Inkstands that _ake
i 11W. w it S ho s" atIn a to The "shriek" of the green hat Is de- --
"4"r s hu man ma be^ t the la pe2dence pa.arty will be doing cleared to be the warcry of mankind. Ba Snow Liiment 0o '
" aaf Ia a the tupa is But often a warcry "peters out" into
to, -.- we rea llDO Ut Now tht t ari police are puta yelp. 5004M North Second Street,
%A h 40' e" t h watO th W sould be "put on" ".
to ito ctai wafUtme thig ashore which Many old school farmers are saying ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. '- -,
-t fi m diselie. that if Uncle Sam will give them i,
Am;.. mod cheaper plewa teaUportatom teli-
h M w a poem= Haspe ,. a ha decent atd arwe peot Sold and Recommended by
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law s.hoeM be passed eirlIg the
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ported that futly 50 per cent ot the
baulttes eo American railroads was
du to trespassing. that laws should be
paed aad enforced which would ade-
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tmb twe dd nasot atallyt the mnt
WTohdissharti adt so com-
j si waian water a it is in
as T and in te Indian
Im' r itms aace is frnde-
M to endowh to ave ompad the is.
i w th ome ly i tealar with its
TIe ie habi t. Str e as it man
iy did not hesitate to tll
^ i t feat the feet was, at least
I la eilUmstaces, prconsider-
a to endow those who ccomplrhAVl
it rwit some of the attributed vir-
tea or poweunsof the slain mal-

TMI maner of hanti the man
ater is a part of record tradi-
S ad it is as interesting a it is
cria Elaborate preparations
wae mdI in which the priest dou-
tw, orkhmuas, as they woe call
4d, tok a pominat part. A lare
antt ofv asted most of pi and
d ws prepared, and ly, with
aEah- in charge, the great dou-
ble, or entrigger, canoes would put
to M ad oceed many miles off
AhQ& -
When the proper place had been
detained upon the 'rost meat
woud be thrown into the water,
with the result that usually one or
mw oe the niuhis would he attract-
d sooner or later. At first the
quarry would b wary, but by means
of more meat the big ish would
finally be attracted close to the ca-
nosa and would even become so bold
as to thrust its head out of the wa-
ter to receive the food. Then the
active would begin to feed it with
mest soaked in aninfusion of a root
known as aw, which has a narcotic
piiplne, until it became partially
stepped and floated sluggishly on
the surface. After a day or more
of this a noose of rope would be
slipped over the shark's head and
the canoes headed for home, the
shark following, a willing captive so
long as the food was forthcoming.
In this manner the tamed and
partiay intoxicated fish would be
brought close to a sloping beach,
when the rope would be p
ashore and the great creature pull-
ed out of the water by the islanders
and soon dispatched. The body
would be cut up and various parts
of it distributed among the captors,
each of whom was supposed to be
thus rendered more powerful and
less subject to evil influences, ac-
cording to the part he had taken in
the capture. The man who placed
the noose over the shark's head was
accounted to have been rendered
practically invincible.
Why He Was In Cllege.
A student of the University of
Wisconsin was notably poor in his
class work and seemed to take little
interest in what he was doing.
Finally one of his professors could
stand it no longer. He called the
boy aside to give him a lecture,
*which he hoped would awaken more
ambition in him.
Now," he said, "my boy, you


must have some goal ahead. You
must be working to accomplish
some end. What is that end ? Why
arf you here at the university? Is
it because you intend fitting your-
self to be a statesman, a lawyer, a
writer or what is it? You must
keep this end always in sight, apd
a'
Her Heart Was Broken
-be-es her e--plexio was bad and she
I OM d asehias to clear it op. Ildie, a
id dmplezirM is awsd by an inactive ver.
. A lhatve Eve wll be put in perfect con
Sl ia kLlrn allmd's erbite. The us-
lelibvw yM Sod Titmvill
,1e ,v low"= D:oWto64su


20aft O Il ldval"Awwwo
WAAmov A-A-l&A.d


wedL We eiat dt to
d f eladw= t, t' th 4e L0,
es bern 1e t6 m, "ed we ave
L_ -
weted -WMw vn-pnerL_ We
beghta l a d astt ad good
eWopL We avea a d hoe ad a
Iee faumiy o chf aa," he
adde wit Bmuch emphasis, I am
the bead of that family.
After he at dm his Life
roa y aroe to arnoboate all
U behad said. But she added
ith stfactio, "I aM the mck&
tat makes the hesad

Amwekale M~
As instance of remarkable mem-
erie, it is stated that Dr. Johnson
never forgot anything he had seen,
heard or ad. Burke, Grotis and
Pa nothing they had
eve read or thought. Both laib.
nit sand Eer could rept the
whole of the "Aneid." Ben Jonan
could repeat all e had ever written
and whoe books that he had red.
Thmoelecould call by their
names the 20,000 citizens of Ath-
ea. Cyr is reported to have
known the name of every soldier in
his army.
Zad a OCleeOl C
MM. Ada I. OCma thi w iday a w o
*-,o theCl b@ML V(c
Ms "Phr vuaI Mta d with a
avWe o d emm dm m Iemned to have
Hts ORpe me, who a agfHd mmmm-edd
9Dr=. a wawy. 1 Ibewatkimit
The a e of abtare ar a dcdm
imey "H = aadla se i wold
wide& oidaBw Dws Mo. Ma Mad
O.5. Trial bottw.
Sia le Life In Finland.
In Finland everybody lives the
simple life in summer time. They
amp out on islands, in the forests
and always somewhere near the wa-
ter, for everybody swims and
bathes. Almost all classes sleep and
eat al fresco at this time of year,
and the town councils of the towns
in this progre-- ive and altogether
delightful little country provide
public fireplaces and public bathing
sheds in all places where the work-
ing classes go in search of fresh air.
When they are tired of bathing and
splashing they dance, they sing,
they watch fireworks and practice
gymnastics, they all become like
children and are the very happiest,
merriest, most good nature, most
easily pleased and most healthy hol-
iday makers in the world. We might
take many leaves from the Finns'
book.-London Ladies' Pictorial.

The Soitin".
It was very, very late, and one of
them was very, very sleepy, but the
other had no desire to go home.
"Oh, have another drink," he
urged.
"No," said the sleepy one firmly.
"Well, wait here while I have
one."
'No. I am going to bed."
"Oh, don't yet. I'm hungry. I
want something to eat. I'm going
to order an egg sandwich."
"Well, order it."
"But, look here, I don't want to
oat an egg sandwich all alone."
"Well-order another," suggested
the sleepy one, getting up and walk-
ing away.


Making an Aoquaintanoe.
An old lady was accosted in a
London street by a well dressed and
refined looking stranger, who ef-
fusively claimed her as a friend. "I
really don't believe you remember
me!" she exclaimed reproachfully.
And the old lady. never doubting
that her memory was at fault, con'
fessed that she could not quite re-
call the name. "Ah, but I have
changed it since you knew me!"
said her interlocutor gaylv, and
after a few more lively speeches she
passed on, having possessed herself
meanwhile of the old lady's purse.


For That Dull Feeltng After ating
I have used Chamberlain's Stomach and
LvLl TUblets for some time and can testify
eea v dohave eme more good thn any
tieft I have ever used. My trouble wa a
heavy dall feeanl after eting.-David Free.
mrn, Kemps Norva Sota. These tsaA
struhen the asmahb md impmove te dl-
STh al" rteglae the liver ad
They ars hr *perierto* $m. but


vim b *** I"
amek ten e a tae. rL

esika- at aproismeam i. i a
l^^* ^twte -I* .
the caleulatlon of tae er
beard, in latitt a u le A ees b
mte 2 seeoeds aorth, hrmg it a o.
grseso amsinute I senl west.
The mew Ughtnhip will aew aa ni
temittest whte lW at ev W mAs
Macona tf-tywo fet above the wat
hom thrU les laterms Ib!N$' a
mathead. In thlek r a- w
sand a twelve 1ae1 wh rtle at
intervals of twelve ase--s. In em .
geneles a blow wIN be satrk by ha
on a bll every thirty secodas
Her submarle bell sosad the Sam-
ber 22 thus: Two strokes, ait i-
terval of tree seonds; two stokes,
*ece of five econde. No. ST has a
Bosh deck, s secboat rigfed witt
am bowsprit ha two straw coored
masts and a black, crclar boop Ire
day mark at each masthemd straw
colored smokestack and fog aInal be-
twee the marts and three straw cl-
aed deekaeus. The hbul Is yellow.


NEGRO DOMINIE'S DREAM.
Hears St Peter Ordw Thre Set i
Given Mih Reesevet"
"It Is not often a good ty of na-
tional aterest comes out of a Washing-
ton police court." say Walter Well-
man. the Chicago Record-Herald's
Washington correspondent "The oth-
r day a colored preacher was await-
ing his turn to tatify in Judge Kim-
ball's courtroom. While waiting he
told of a dream be had had:
"'Ah dreamed Ah was In heaven
the other nkht. As Ah stood Jest In-
side de golden gate dar came a rap.
and Geore Washlngton was announc-
ed by 8t. Peter.
"'"Let him come up an' sit on
mab right side." said the good Lawd.
who was sittin' on de throne.
"'Pretty soon there was another
knock, an' Abraham Lnkum wus an-
nounced by St. Peter.
"Let him ast on mab left side,"
said do Lawd.
"'Den Ah heard a terrible knocking'
at de gate, an' de angels trembled.
"'t. Peter opened de gate, slow-
like. an' dn he turned roan' an' sed to
de bawd:
"You'll have to git down an' gave
him your seat, Lawd. It's Mstah
Ioosevelt."*'

A Healthy Family
"Our whole fbuily huenoyed good health
inace we began usingDr. Kisng New Life
Pllk thLbree" yea o my L. A. Bartlett. of
rand route 1, lludord, Maine, They lease
ad tone the system in a gentle way that does
you good. a2 cents at Banner Drug Store.


I


Christmas In Country Plaeee.
Christmas In the country place--
There you see the rosy faces;
There the Joy-the world entranein'.
Joy that sets the world a-danln'!
Fine and free the lifeblood race
Christmas In the country places.
Glad enough to hear It hummin';
Waited long to se It eombn';
Knows the place where we'r a-stayl';
Fine to spend a holiday In!
There i where amauln' grace i--
Christmas In the country places.
City ha the good time. too.
Yet the country calls to you;
There It is you want to roam
In the frosty fields of "home."
Hearty handshake. friendly faceo-
Christmas In the country places!
Pile the ample oak logs higher!
Room for one more at the fire
Same old tale of long ago-
Tell 'em-for we love 'm so'
All the life's trouble Joy effasee-
Christmas in the country places!
-Atlanta Constitution
For cscema. Totter and Salt Rheum
The intense itching characteristic of these
ailnmentu is almtmit iuntlatly allayed by ('ham-
berlain's Salve. Many severe casau have l.n
cared by it. For sale hy Titusville Pharmoay.

Amended the Suggestion
Dean Hole in his memoirs re-
cords the case of a sick man who
had been prayed for twice daily at
a certain cathedral during several
weeks, and, the repetition of the
name becoming somewhat monot-
onous, "the canon in residence po-
litely suggested that the words 'for
a sick person' should be substituted
for the name of the invalid. The
request received a brief ungracious
8asst, and at the next service and
just before the 'prayer for all condi-
tions of ma' the minor cann an-
nounced in a tone of surly indina-
tio, "The prayn of the church ar
4A ed fto a mies whom Pa not


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m you a~.K~%a


c s every bmolk-
on every eft~k


It ls aya to It ti etwo amw
the woryrJn after see ym at t
bappy-glocky pace.

Away ay et w ea w veEp
RUosevelt either an ~eer er emr.


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TheAb II a :Na*.p At o' act ad iliat

BuieLfin Is,,hj eZ r- er Pkshid.
RUDDE7R
HOW-TO BOOKS
Over 1I .m c en hitj( 1rmn the man
every c v, i .- .: -irt.-ey w buII l9 ta
dra.%-.. I I -in :w%at kis b mi
how ;Iit~t,z I .. eteaay umapb.
NOW TO CU'. A .D A ;'AIT ron $0
Iv,.r.,. -.. -. '.ln,. r. vmi.hAIain
NOW TO DUILD A CKIPJACa
A 14-i *..t 9 -F. -f- An mnmemo or t o'M b
h... ....*... i 1A ~e~id a~m.iI C03u..LL(
HOW TO BUILD A RACING SOO
*!! '... .1 t rule < awhw wt d.ow .m ad. a pe
olr%, r s- r .. A.m MAd %argmih mjO to beau I-D
HOW TN TW'.D A MOTOR LAUNCH
o[mr! .. -J, & I- balwta )6aw'Diem
beU ioe ,r :r~ &.. ....Ale. h..,t..I&.r
NOW TO BUILD A UUSOCCKASOU?
A fn- r ;.N I *.-ma I"'toQ cbieahb
q *t.r -. Z.10 &.10W&Vh M
NOW TO 3UIL3 A SHOAL- DRAUGHT LOOP
A -a la gii.. . I ba b atb m aU ru eat .
NOW TO BUILD A ULATTIZ OR GARP1
PIm, t ie1.. ..t.~ .br,ay *ttsight; jut L ribm v. Des
W biatl yte.; '.12 r.s h.f tr rthe ley m me dam
NOW TO SUILD A MOCEL YACHT
A II ., avo o- a m a4&,mto bm a am";; saw
an mdif a". as ama.
PRICE $1. EACH
pugp~go my gzpamo amwwwcmg
Sauiad hi dadi Crod kutarigi-Sa( d p
9 by sa hubhn-La. civlrydrkw phmL
TH6 UDOR HPU8USNING GO.
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iii1 ~iib~ths ** 19o
I~. bm d 447t6l1;

vim Wate, Pop

total t all is 14*-
MA If >Bidbltevoteatlo w4

Sirome in the party
R lathe lae4e-F e for
over Parker in
14,1M more
fer~ooneveltin 1904.1
7 4"6N aesad of his
WiO-Wr "athe So"ials ticket.
alpU Il1obeh hisd party in


pardoning board seemed
Il t week to wipe off
i V all app catios for par-
S^ bea. told and new, so as not to
.i.i to Gov. Gilchrist any of
S elrt belolrngtinto hispredeees-
mimnistratio. Fifty-two asesm
wr O-dered only two of which
SWltul d. The greater number
I *re pI doed conditionally, several I
w eomauted, and oune or two re-I
,"-' to eltiaenuhip. The case of
J. N. Strobar, a railroad agent of
Sau county, was one of the most
S pren ent of the conditionally par-
-dL Convicted of embezzlement
t e company's funds, Strobar was
i~mmusa to three years in the peni-
atlary. About one year of his time
l ke arr passed. Another easel
:wr tht of D. A. Minor, convicted
the Duval county court of criminal
e orld oftlay and receiving stolen
goods i ions were signed,
t ~i.ge number of prom-
SDval, but also by
Governor elect of


of Decem-
AM outlook this
i Tfruit was a
tbt situation
Ree. $iptb of
heavy and the
Sa gos t de l of
'in*up ibe hev
peer ei mty a during the
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Atter. from several patron of
ools read and referred to superin-
eandent for disption. Circular
ette from Mr. T. J. L. Brown, pree-
dent t Florida State Mid-Winter
alr aociatI n, readand d over
for future action.
Letter received from Mr. W.B. S.
itehlow principal of the Wet Palm
Beach high hool, received and read.
The letter was discumed and the
follow preamble and resolution
uanimously adopted.
Whereas, the board of trustees are
endeavoring to make their public
schools at West Palm Beach a model
school for the state of Florida, and
Whereas, at a cost of more than
fifty thousand ($50,000) dollars, they
have just erected what is said 4t be
the mot modern building in the
state, as regard beauty of architec-
ture, lighting, sanitation devices and
conveniences, fixtures and equip-
ments, avenues approaching the
grounds, landscape gardening, and
Whereas, the auditorium of the
school building, with its inclined
floor, eight hundred opera chairs,
electric lights and large well equipped
stage, will afford an admirable place
for holding the sessions of the associ-
ation, and
Whereas, every facility for accom-
modating the members of the associ-
ation at reasonable rates is guaran-
teed by the large number of boarding
houses and hotels in that city, and
Whereas, the usual railway rate of
one fare plus twenty-five cents will
be procured from all railways in the


state, and
Whereas, a cordial invitation has
been extended and a most hearty wel-
come has been assured by the board
of trustees, the Dade County State
bank, the Merchant's association, the
mayor and city council, and the sev-
Every case of hbckache, weak back. blad-
der i.,fl inumatiou nnd rheumatic paits arena tan-
gerous if uegl cted. f.r such trithle" are a1-
ways due to weak kiildney. Take l)-Witt'-
Kidneyand Bladder Pills. They are auti.
septic and soothe p|rin quickly. lusist upon
DeWitt's Kidey and Bladder Pills. For
weak kidn-ey and inflammiatiomu oft he bladder
they are olequaled. Regular sizw .c. Sold
hIre by Baner Drug Store.

ast Coast eat market
0. DUEOI AoiEr


4f of these -
daiima -m with the I
dt bemd. as ba

TT. T A. Mder Ge mroie
A dmree wa ed by Judge
Mmlor L. JMo, at Orabndo, l Sat.
ads raderipbst Tho am A. al-B
doir ..the ...u B lret m-t k
ftorter, a drivree from M. eL Sl-
der.
The iarumm tdcrees that no all-
mi be allowed the del dIat, we
K.l ider, amd tbht Tbioem A. Shi
der the p iintif have and retalB al
the property real and personal both
n Jupiter Island (Hobe BSond) and
elmwbereto which he Wild titleat
the time the decree wa Migned, the
*u bein declared free of any
ight or claim of the defendant ERe
c- an I
It further degrees that RmeK. Sni-
der, the defendant, retain a Pro
tr eal ad personal to which do held
titl t the time of the everee of
the bonds of matrimony erI1tin be-
tween i*e and the plaintiff.

a TU MaVttl F ORIDA

aI t at h ** the srsem a Is -h

Min Nss.-Mt.r a ub B-'ibh m rm *am
hea mns .hrf e -fl:
mse esmbiwig will be derq d Iey
Ulm ommmo w.L ao
WMe rI veOn 0mg Hr nead Dlan. hr my
c of t tL awfcmrrh) the arm-
ao kbe amud by (ar e Send fr
F. J. ucoM1 & O0.,Tosledo.
Aslda by drdo. i56
anU's FRily as she bes.

0. A. STEWART



'Fire Insurance

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA


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.
(Incorporated)
Pald-Up capital 2s,000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucle river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Send for land list
OrrICZEAT . .
TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.


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IDA UsL o ,wW
IDEAL POTATO
1 IISO rom
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TITUSVILLE ICE O
PM I Ice nfaured ftC m Mr
John L. Van De Veer.W. H. Fod. ProprlJ
PI?? IWIEID W L Ng

Capitl, $1M

The First National .ac.

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAG
EsabHiewd IUM. The SBCOND oMle NedalM k D &e
Has t&e LARGEST SURPLUS ACUOUlNT pI opa neMi o
OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
Ranks FIRST on the Ro l oft Haor of Netlomul mbW
and 17th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THU UIWI
STATES
Country Accounts a Specialty
Write us, all on s, or we w caml oi yo
The Capial of this Beak, $1 combIsr with L--L-
2M5,000 and odah iblr's of 8 M M a l
IS50,000 between you and possible Wm In selet:layar bO-hhr
this careful cosderation
J. T. Dimukes, Preident
G. B. Lamar, Vice Prsident sad Oashir
,eginald White A-sat--t hhr-
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itusyille Luumber Compan0
TITUSVILLE, FLA. PF. EC. R.R,

Saw and Planing Ells Dry r
Manufacturers of

FLORIDA PINE
Rough and Dressed

All grades ceiling, siding. flooring
and shingles
SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention to local orders


----MN
THAT IS ALL THERE IS TO ELLWOOD FENCE--
Heavy t cubtMO lapped qbot and bld together by stel wire, foriagoua m ems. Stmle, ima*t
No chnce for weaskims in sny pt; aaiformly strong. The reasos for tin slorty o. i0LU
mae t hard to ad. This copay ma and operate ts own iron s d frmmnis; i s ewe
e d ardt o fae kectori f as of the m s being largw tIaa ay other Imcs atry i th wri .
These fIacs hod boee envind lg.

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-i; H s bndy drinker should t aer
S ha the beha ot



a" n i n drink o is b as
S vitim of e thy i other as akool

HI'*^.^isr -o Inr per Cent of alcohol
:.'. Nlaompositipn. brandy has 40 per

Ia brndydrinkr sould taper
4 O beer itmightseem that e is

not o. Te craving for alcool will
S ,tbe satiied with one drinkve of
ber in s lie r of on drink of brandy.
Tbe victim of this craving must
a his full quota of alcohol and
.. Tmhpe it up In quantity of beer in
fl n- me-mre of alcohol contained in
a brady drinker ould taper





In ot he r wora o he m ust hav ten
edrinls of beer for one of brandy.
e iti have his forty per cent of
svo his full quota ofn alcohol and



Tins accounts for his abnormally
e t up d abdomen quantity of beer irel

tll e re of alcohol cement in saloon


t bra in devitalis the blood, on
In the tiordts,he rveut the jud
int ndks berdicap young men rapi
inHe to thave higher walks of lif forty per cent ofd
fields Of usefulness.
vothis of eounts for his an ormy ill deer
mine whetherthe saloon Wll offset
San sood endavorsm and binluerbarre in
drie untks isor theob next to saloons.
e perverts A. Rae judgM
On Tuesday, Decemberritt 22nd, Fla.e


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Via d- s~rmber th at-o
- mi ma M -an- esdpWW& Yet
Imm"Ime busafta fad wbm ym bave
an a min yous dos ye. have
094 pN the @ smug
St the tusot
de o migh MA


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M i Mls Katgher e oger




(Blbse8's i ece) was fully
tmIaen ttherolest iwbole-
l lively ond irthful young
1*fto Mhe lit, andIfwthswasably
qp ti by M JeMan Waldron as
Sanyt, the ala's friend,
v# im. ae m astdedl Mr. Bob.
M Tns B Whlm W-Patty, Mis
17 sM ta maid, was really imm. .
ft rrsid out the funl comedy role
a Ismer that kept everyone
Miand her love-makin with
Je~kil- the butler, was awfully
good.
Dr. J. Edward Urihas Philip Roy-
sor, had on of the leading part for
m*ale cmaetns and rendered it with
sa oothm and eripme that was
Mnsihve of an experienced and
trained actor, uarpring his friends
with his veratilit on the stage.
PI.ro J. Ovetreet in the part
of Robrt Brown, clerk o Beanon and
Deoa, whohad toactin the em-
barMod role of mistaken identity
for ueral other individuals, wasx-
.tioetlca fine. This part was the
notlffieualt to take in the whole
omedy, but the professor was fully
equal to the omeeaon.
Latly, but not lestin any way,
was hat of Jenklns, Mi Rebeea's
butler, played by Mr. Bert Ivye
whose natural talent for a comedy
part i too well known here to need
mention, suffice to ay that Bert's
local hits were timely and well put.
He contributed more than Jenkins'
part cold be expected for mirth in
the play.
Muic for the evening was kindly
furnished by Mrs. J. E. Miller, who
rendered Suppe's favorite overture,
Poet and Peasant, for the opening
and catchy two-steps and popular airs
between the acts.
We hope the Titusville Dramatic
club will not rest on the laurels they
won, but will favor us with an-
other play soon as good as that of
Mr. Bob.


Card of Thanks
I wish, through the columns of THE
STAR, to express my sincere thanks to
those who so kindly assisted in our re-
cent play: To Mrs. J. E. Miller for
furnishing music, to Mr. Chas. A. Gard-
mer, aad any others who in any way
helped to make "Mr. Bob" the decided
success it was.
Mas. TREZVANT B. WILSON.

Blodgett Will Probated
The will of the late Delos A. Blod-
gett, of Daytona-Grand Rapids, has
gone to probate, and it is estimated
his estate will foot up ten to twelve
million dollars. The bulk of this
amount is left in trust to his three
children by his second marriage.
$150,000 going to Mrs. Blodgett.
She gets also an annuity of $10,000
and the Grand Rapids and Daytona
homesteads.
At the time that Mr. Blodgett was
married to Miss Peck he made a di-
vision of his estate, giving about two-
thirds of it to a son. JohnW. Blod-
gett, and a daughter, Mrs. Susan
Blodgett Lowe, and retained a third
himself. It is this remaining third
he now bequeaths to his wifetand
three young children.
Had Mr. Blodgett anticipated that
his second union would have been
bhbmed with the three children who
reeive the bulk of this bequest it is
a question whether he would have
bw so liberal in his former divisia
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afr the prm Iwebofai
ad m-Mi i- for the mpletion
of the a(tesio to fe West
Mr. agler statestht heisinit-
ter healththan he has been fora
number of years, without a ahe or
pain, cotented and hpp, and the
externs work doesn't seem to wor-
ry him in the least.

COU TOUR IlII$s
Deo N manaw Ur Whe a TIo-
vineo O1ia Iows ToY
the Ores
Why will people continue to suffer
the ag of kidney complaint,
backache, urinary disorders, lame-
Shed es, lanor, wh allow
themselves to become chronic inva-
lids, when a certain cure is offered
them?
Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy
to use becse itgivesto the kid-
neys the help they need to perform
their work.
If you have any, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney dise-ases, cure
yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy
or bright disease sets in. Readthis
Titusvile ttimony:
J. W. Webber, lvin on Main St,
Titusville Fla., ss 'I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and can sy that they
did me great deal of good. M
back wa very lame ansore and
aind me intensely i I stooped or
S anything. I waskept in al-
most comtant misery. My kidneys
were also very irregular and ono ac-
count of thetoo frequentaction of
the sermons, Iwas forced to arie
many times during the ningt. Iread
about Doan's Kidney Pil obtained
a box and had used them but a short
time before I felt a deal better.
By the time I had nie the con-
tents of the one box, the backache
had become a thing of the past, and
the lameness and soreness had disa
feared. I m now ableto restwell
at night,my bck is much stronger,
ad Iam feeling better in every
way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


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NOrICS OF' LOCAL OrPTON nLOWI OM
Notice Is hereby give that a special ele-
tion will be held in Brevard eoanty o the
tnd day of December, 108,to decide whether C
the sle of intoxicating Uquors wines or beer a
shal be prohibited in mid county ad the fol-
lowing registered voters are appointed in-
spector and clerks of mid election:
PrctNo.1. 1 olmle-W. H. Balloo.
Louis ('Golrmnn. G. A. Carlile. inspectors; P. IL.
Kyzer. clerk.
Precinct No. 2, Titusville-O. A. Stewat,
F. H. Black, A.A. Bethea, inspect; J. P.
Wilson. clerk.
Product No. 3. City Point-B. F. Beal,
W.. Sliarpe. <;eo. (heater, inspectors;
E. L. wiunon, clerk.
Precinct No. 4. Rockledge-A. I. Moore.
A. W.Hardee, Fred Fisher, inspector W. G.
Patterson, clerk.
Precinct No. 5, Eau Gallie-P. A. McMillan,
J. aR Mathers W. H. H. Gleason. inspectors:
S. K. Watt.. clerk.
i're-'in t No. 6. Mdhourne-C. J. F. (amp-
hell. '. R Oslin. C.H. Stewart, inspectors;
Satni Mlartiu. clerk.
Precinct No. 7 Ma'absr--eo. W. Wash-
lur, W. P. Arnldl. F. M. Forrest, inspectors;
F. A. Drake. clerk.
Precinct No. 8, rant-J. M. Herodon. Las
Jorgensen. Joeph Williamdon, inspectors
Charles Christianson. clerk.
Precinct No. 9. Banyan-R. B. Stewart
W. J. Raen., C. L. Stewart, inspectors; 8. A.
Osteen. clerk.
Precinct No. 1. iGeornian-James Tattle,
P. H. Wittfleld. J. W. Bruner, inspectors;
E. V. Hll. clerk.
Precinct No. 11. Merritte-J. D. Sams, A. 8.
Humphreys. T.. Sanders, inspectors: D. St.
Clair Nibet. clerk.
Precinct No. 12. Hanlover-J. W. Grif,
C. H. Nauman. T. R. Crook, inspectors: Wm.
Watton. clerk.
Precinct No. 13. Canaveral-F. M. Wilson.
H. L Holmes J. H. Hogan, inspector: Geo.
Qoarterman, clerk.
I Electors must have the same qualifications
for voting a in elections under the general
laws; sad aid election will be held and con-
ducted in the manner prescribed by law for
holdiel general elections, except that the re-
turns from the several precincts will be made
to the board of county common onenr of Bre,
vard eosoL who will canvass the sae sad
declare the rmult sad case the sme to be
recorded. Polling places in the several pre-
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apua t!t q
a s *W lpk 1W% hiet," Vaid Ows.a
S oly-W u yo do that I an X t The dae sl w b t
ofN2 yA to do? ball works Wthe Msok
tas Coo-I'R try. and smoothly metheut Mim
o p to the t police. for-natu has Msuppli to aet h
onflhtI sd ali a you meet and tell him your machinery satwmti or e
t the w antd Matt. trouble in Mani If he does not oal inventimns. These never fia to
if t*a pwpSN dw ew- know what you mean, drive it into rk *l w a
S the t him as well a you cam. Don't go the danger of a hot box is to be
e amoke power away for him; get a crowd around; The invention of the safet valve
a .t beat be meeds let him lock you up. I will follow for steam engines has saved thou-
S4nt sm an no and make it all right, but don't sands of lives and millions of dol-
c Dr. a A policeman was soon found, and, that s tpro prominently to the NOW
u 1 hi1 ol f heni after an excited few minutes, Coole front in this age of mecbanil 4
^b he vim5dUSt st waso walked of by the man in blue. progress. But nature sup ied s
is his sestant is now I Next morning at the police court each with a safety valve w ch for
.emmad at a* e satim Hemre you an as soon as Coole was brought for- effectiveness works better than any W
a Sw to yaeewr sti atldttion that ward and questioned he got into a made by man. If we did not have At '
a x Wasn o t t nmsable potatoes, rage for being so shamefully treated this safety valve we would not live,
U&a eon, usslep earse turniaps and in the city of freedom. All he said twenty-four hours. This safety
she wash pwediets of the ferm WM being in Mans, the officials were in valv i th
m1e t h@ a ver mpe proes, and a cheap a fix. The French interpreter tried glands, and to make sure that we t
t a me at that, be tr sform lnt a his powers, then the Russians, fol- would not r an short of the upply
wheb geos assyt e* dastat alcohol o o s or t of the sup1
w l ftelly espl s a giian farmers au, lowed by the Turk sad others, but nature has furnished the body with
.- n eeded power. I ftIs a wo nderfall de- to no purpose, Cools all the time some two and a half millions of
w se batisa eni at which has startled ging "gns f great anxiety and ex- them. If our temperature rose 7 or
a bflg walto e A imcitement. 8 degrees we would d within a few
Tun, asthde to tho wndt When the magistrate, as a last re- hours, and yet we could not run,

4 lotegst~re at a ee t ea$.to o "smaotll graenps the court that could speak with the safely any distance without incres-
M fi a p eateble Sxposito of its proneKelly cried out, "I think I ing our temperature to the danger m
SMt eam ot owa and ta the dexst of wpich is go point if we had no safety valve pro-
S la g -n constantly the mmini coutast "Then do so." vided so ingeniously by nature.
4w0ch has iahsed so muach comment Kelly, at the back of the court, The cup and ball socket and the
S the a- o agrlctur~lt circles, ow sees, look- asked Coole in Manx what he was air tight valve were first used in the
the s out evr the man or aid bae- doing there. Coole at once turned human body. If our hip joints and
S a y of the Aa ,.Min, a myriad a and extended his hand to grasp that arms were not provided with air
eP o 0~00 rof .-- arl sa r of Kelly, Coole all the while giving tight sockets we would get too tired
owhe r lat nsom ymmin i toro n reach-
ekg from Boor to roo In I ncalculable vent to his troubles min Manx. The to continue our work for any length U
Sthe to I r these ears were laid b mistrate then asked what was the of time in just holding these limbs
theI arne "am ride by side, not end to end, they matter, when Kelly said: "Your together by muscles. It is the
o etss and a small- woM make a line of sold corn over worship, the prisoner is a Manman Pressure of the air which holds W
e tak e Cre of vit- four mies leag, representing the very from the Isle of Man. He has come them in place, and thus all physical
mn ffearsatd lth tower of core breedlnt in the world to see the sights of London, his effort is avoided. In the various *
lee"ba of sam eare and It is a marvelous petacle.te money is gone, and he asked the po- air tight joints and sockets found in
BeVBth Oeek, 1o8a an Butean of te'sta msualf p nted Hliceman for advice, who then locked the human body one may find near-
ta usaly a thousand Graded wheat s round before your him up. He should have been sent ly all the mechanical principles in-
I ple on the arche eyes, and It is determined by actual to the consul office and not to the evolved in the air brake or the use
,bsels of' t eor we baking done on the spot which flour police cell." of compressed air for a thousand
Sthe additiol deco- proves best for light bread, which best After the magistrate had caution- different things.
Si ct, the wde for caekers and which best for pastry, ed the bobby for the future, the Some one exclaims that nature C
allS n teol sry strAuture Thus the various merts, a appeti" latter explaining how desperate the did not discver all beari ngs, l
lan of ight, over ,000 toa tWhe laymd an'sd te mostoma perfect cook-are prisoner became in the streets, the mechanical device which has revo-11
IIM reom the W du etermined ando th ob t per t afert eook charge was dismissed and Coole al- lutionized the vehicular world. But IV
P lIght and sMeatchllghta s thus awarded. Besildes this, the re lowed to go. Kelly, however, re- the principle is almost developed in
IS55M*l the many other small ains being maimed, and on being asked what he the ball of the leg bone and the 3
eSBtS aafex or prome- demonstrated in like manner. wanted and why he did not go said, socket of the hip, which are made
e Nebraska and Iowa In the balcony of the Auditorium "Sir, I want the interpreter's fees." so mooth and are sowell oiled that
eMlllao the east, Iowa proper the visitor finds himself In the "Certainly," was the response they slim e back and forth with pra-I
e vqs. HW s. are the various in- mMad of a wilderness of corn. All Three guineas were then handed to t hiesli nofck and forth w ith prac- pids RUu
ISecal m_ as.n etzhlits the ears are laid neatly side by side. hi and the Mamen had another Herald.ly no incton.-Grand m i
s at Nebraska merchants and card. show from where they are two in the of the wHerald. hWiaa ue pal
r taMC ap well as those of the exhibited. Each section of the bal- da or two the city of the world b i ll t L I esae
* In At tesath end of the prom- cony Is the presentation of one state. -London Answers. Court's Cure For Bad Boys. ea huaamM gS.qsl Wla
-* a Mi luach room, eldeantly sad each section Is divided into coun- I his endeavor to halt depredations i a lya isI a a.
a a retly acres or west ties, so that by a glance at the signs er outhr by small boys Recorder Hayes of At- ho a, a alL
St Co ow Merm and plaearts one m ay Rstantlyd see y 1ur n medy lantic City, N. J.. recently Introduced
the a r She Mt berat the name, residence, county and state s iver Reltor is an excellent a novel method when be released Vic-
the eetbeauifu.mys.th naereiec, onyadsaemed for diam.. of the liver and kidneys.. ..-.. n-a-._ ....... ..


^.'pa4 r pu Std in Omaha. of the exhibitor. Among the states constipation, ortomach. dizziness, mrdi '-a rn w nnam digerman, owen A T
a t taih0 the wes gat, exhibiting there are Nebraska, Kan- tion, biliousnei and all conditions caused by Jesnp and Henry Wagner, all under
g' g lf the am at tis the meet. sas, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, south a do liver and kidneys. It is plent twelve years of age and arrested for
S lM N We, e i ease program Dakota North Dakota, Colorado. Okla- prerebe malicious mischief. and appolntedthemle
t y the maUgement for each homa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana. cie Co., of Chattanooga, Tenn. Every fami- special Juvenile policemen to keep Noed aIII Assit nt
S t of e ow wll e Ohio, Texas and Connecticut Besides sho ho ind use it and watch over other misbhlevous lad The corn n the farmer's bin doesnotlan
eie The big temporary au- thee are many Independent exhibits Dn sissel iet l quidve nd i bottle; telf. No more can Nature, alone and on.
aM jW Seat of the Bome such as the one from Mexico, sent by powders 5 cents a box. JUSTd. rform th enos
aa: a enormous seating ca the Mexican government, and one at are so often forced up *! if from Buenos Aires, Argentine Repub- A Paper Tier. ture Needs an Assstat.
1 -.S t e meeting ha is the tern- ie. South America. Quite recently a Chinaman in W ORD that word is Perfect health is the rult of stud sad
f i "* uils ag, just saoth of the And at the west end of the balcony, .L raech. It yas taken centuries to under-
A t: .terum. whcb harbor the to plain sight from almost any spot London was heard to wind up a a the uman y ad to find the best
S ets ast." Therein are on the main floor. Is the section given dispute with another man with the .- ndi ions and remedies todevelopaheahl*
*: all at t most modern and over to prize and trophy winning ex- words, "You paper tiger!" Asked It refers to Dr. Tutt's Liver Pi' ird "ilequilibrium. t
SMnile"us t laplefsents and equip- habits. The winning ears can be seen what he meant, the oriental replied, IE AN K y > "r i Any one with a sick atoma.h. slssish liv-
mei w.k, e t to the layman, must properly labeled, with the badges de- "Oh, in China a paper tiger is a Are you cinstit all likely to rstpa their head thn unaim.
be m as ".Mefest. For Instance, noting the honors they have achieved. fool who talks much, but is harm- Tro.bled with In..:Naturen ,.n Assistan am
g is the .et "corn planter." From each side of the balcony power- less Sick head :s A
S 5 to plant three ker- ftl spot lights will play upon these When a man i vr roud what iio?
SeaMR to "When a man is very proud, what Btiiou? ST. JOS IPN
al b le hI aSety-a-e times out of haughty aristocrats, and one may read- ST.al'stk p, hw t J10i OSE H'
'fl teret a handsome sum. Ily compare, therefore, the winning you would call 'stuck up he went ANY of thesasymptoms andmany ohar. Liv r un" lato
t w hasker, which ears with their less fortunate brethren on, "we compare him to a rat fall- Indicate impact n of the LIVER.
W a wagon and and ite. through lectures by able ing into a scale and weighing him- "To x rTee .c | ATIM S T ASSITAT.
t *n iB lanto tae corn breeders. the points which gave Felf. -
S n a t Siand a blg the prize whifning excellence. "If a Chinaman overdoes any- This remedy has prove itself the trum and
gpSg pSsw muhe pow- On the main floor are the exhibits of thing we say, 'You hunchback mak- n i,, .n | fl l br rs tipai.s
a ..E 0Bo ft I usually e. the universities and colleens which ing a bow.' A son who spends his In'igestion. ]iliii ,. . spepeia. Diaui-
3rh ..l n< _go; hare liberally contributed to the sue- father's wealth quickly is 'a rocket,' .T. .ss or other trmubles i:,n ie t to a torpid oa
papa "eMs- b--lng has cess of the exposition. In the center while of some of you ric tive liver an;da lc.;~ .l up stem.
og:g'e mange t of splendid exhibit booths have been built whome of ou rch I t is a pleasant re at power.and
Spwa' Ar te I trlil by the rion Pacific railroad, two here who send money to the heath- Nature's asuitaat in the lhiheat degree. it ,
S d for seed companies and severalther large ens abroad and neglect your fami- s made n both liquid and powder fori
,'.'* Eira i mS tratlsn wo tInstitutions, lies at home we say, 'You hang your ". .t pleasantt and :re.-l;e to the taste. prompt
e .Hia. hearge f Mis One of the most bentiful ights ef lantern on a pole which is seen ing after effect
OaWacm e the of a t c- the exposition is the decoration of the from afar, but gives no light be- I It Is am Idnal l SMr
SYom we an l is a line u*I floor of the Auditorium proper. low.' "-London Paper.r of lm.
k 'e ia wel te aulment is Each university and school represented We have a lar nlbr of eteu frse
H% I s students, who will has furnished veritable bales of bunt- satisfied patris who have bn bene6d
a a a aere g and pena which are draped Where Bullets Flew * sumaslty and cured by ittor
a m Mr. Man-Who- nd hu= over and about the various David Parker, of Fayette. N. Y.. a veteran r St. Joseph' Liver Reulatr i
Sa the very ehoel sectio and Which extend from the civil war, who lest a footat Gettysburg, .T osnemtas t tee by druggists and general merchants. or yua
in 10t tIn love 1ttooS. These, i ue o laomeos ttte gedoeo vM m S can send tousforit. PricehuLiuid. cents
se i S tw ee- with a agm blting Installied ae. I spest mank money doctoring foray bd u wa Sye ah e. Powders boxes, o atls
2 0 r th 1esasn, have made the AuSd- e f todah treabl to little brpow. I wrii powdt fd b e
UBi iLl r3ti telm a boirof abe thatried seotric Utte1., sad ey cared L. t Yv a free on aawwU&0on.&0
p m Mi 6"" al k S .a I my nks them as a tic, and they SnoS. Eb g1ph em
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tal golfer and thr ability to beat
M ar-atilo o supposedly heavy.

1Te diemeo growing warm as to
how lare a handicap Travers might
give ad yet coe out victorious, one
m--ate member who believed that
thae national champion is about the
bt gloUer the United states ever pro-
doed -49ad to bet that the cham-
plea eml beat three ood players
sad me only on club at that The
hbt m-emo good, and as the Travers
man wa ready to give odds a bet of
O to $100 was arranged, the condl-
time betrt that Travers bould play
the best ball of three members who
av~sepd around the elghtls for the
eorm Traver wau told he might
sleet bl club, and he chose a driving
melts To the surprise of hs friends
Travers finlhed the eighteen hole cire
cult In seventy-seven stroke, the ama-
ter record, held by himself, being 68.
and he beat the best ball of his three
opponents by two or three holes.

CHRISTMAS TREES IN MUNICH.
An Avenue Begame a Fairy Forest In
a Single Night.
Five mornings before the great dan
(Christmas) in Munich, Germany, one
wakens to find the broad avenue Ila-
low one's window a mass of waving
treetops. Serried ranks of pine tree'.
fastened on squares of wood and
standing up straight and proud line
the sidewalks as far as the eye ,an
reach. Like the proverbial fairy for-
aet, It has sprung up In a single night.
The sale of the Christbaume (Christ-
mas trees), as the Germans call them.
is presided over by ruddy faced peas-
ant women, who In spite of the biting
cold look as if they enjoyed their em-
ployment, says the Travel Magazine
for December. Perhaps no better ex-
ample could be cited of what heavy
manual labor German women are ca-
pable of performing. Women assist in
the felling of these trees in their far-
off mountain homes; women cart them
to town, where, after nailing them to
blocks, piling them together at night
and rearranging them In an upright
position each daybreak (no pleasant
tauk on a bitter December morning).
women will finally deliver each and
very one at the bouse of its pur-
chaser. Labor and time are reckoned
heabply by the poor In Bavaria, for
after a considerable expense o both
on the part of these indefatigable
creatures one may purchase a seven
foot specimen of their wares for about
12 cents.


Where There's a Will.
Shortly before the Christmas boll-
days one year a Princeton undergrad-
uate from Chicago wished to start
home, thus gaining a week's vacation
on the other students. He had, however,
aed up all the absences from recita-
tion which are allowed, and any more
without good excuse would have
meant sus sion. In a quandary, be
hit upon this solution: He telegraphed
hs father the following message:
"Shal I come home by the B. and 0.
or straight homer
The answer he received read "Come
straight me -l."
An aehbltIr t the telegram to the
t 0 was auie-t. hcee Maga-
s eFor December.
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Tbose wMo assembled at the celebra-
tion onluded and mot prominent ihadowgl
Monstrous In his grinning mask at hype-
critical peace
art, e and literate Moure remains the great e-
Homagrnede proehim his debtor bther featndInnu-
0 merable
As waves running all golden from an


And as they speak their Milton's name
Ray of his glory on their foreheads bear.
Those who assembled at the celebra-
tion Included men most prominent in
art, science and liteature and the
learned professions. Another feature
of the evening was an oration by Dr.
A. W. Ward of Cambridge. who pre-
sided.
Don't Be Hopeloes
about yourself when you're crippled with
rheumatism or stiff joints-of course you've
tried lots of things and they filed. Try Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment, it will drive away all
aches, pains and stiffues and leave you -
well as you ever were. Sold by Tituaville
Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.

The Christmas Expreo.
Old Santa Claus has got a tip
From aeronauts that go explorting.
And from the pole in a flying ship
Tie means this year to go a-soaring.
The reindeer now are laid asdse.
Dunder and Blltzen. Dancer. Prancer:
They had a oure and silent tride.
But only stirships now can answer.
To many a child they brought delight,
The alrlest, fatriest of expreses,
Across the roofs on a snowy night
With gifts the wlaset never guease.
But now the airship is the thtin
To which the Jolly Santa's turning-
Icicle trame and sno0rflake winE.,
The pole star for a headlight burning.
All loaded down with Joys and toysa
Jack Frosat to do the work of ateerlng.
The ship will sall for girls and boys.
While all the polar bears are cheeringlst!
And yet. maybe. It's somewhat rash.
Buppose Jack Frost should make a fum-
ble;
8uppoee a wing should go to smash,
And all the contents get a tumble-
No Sifts arrive for Christmas day-
That were an all too awful blunder!


So cheer up, Dancer. Prancer. pray;
There's need for Blltzen, you and Dun.
der.
-C. B. QuhI In New York American


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TOYS, DOLLS, FIREWOR K

FANCY GOODS, GIFT BOOKS

Express Wagons, Velooipedes

Pictures, Etc.

TRADE SUPPLIED In assortments to any de-
sired amount. Send us your orders

THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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ree *ate superintendent of the AntidSa
a loon league deiM eed a lecture atSt.
*Mr. Ptals M. E church laIt asnday eve.
idal. Alarge congregaton greeted
Barv. Colloe and the lecture was en.
a mias J0oye by aB present. Speelal music
hs was rendered by the choir, which
rt was appreciated very much.
lm is
L R. **ood Ooh aKediuta children
The seMo for mh aad emuls mowat
.the~t sutheM lhildm. A child esmeh
S-- Ikeiyt omesetmt diptah or emrlet fove
. rbelm u aold. Tbo quicker yoa cre
hhs U odt t I h t ritk. c(lmbwlalar's
O.es m- r $tomrhe mthleor .Mr
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u treber, i Ir pll, W.V&, sYK "I ave
]ben nvw r d Weaw ea r thua Cha"ber-
lttle l 'sPok BaMIdyh fr e my ldea sad it
has always siv an od Sueda." This
msedy moatls ano opium or other nareotie
S d o a y o sivr sbOMdbath y to a ehild
bOple, to 1adl For alebyTituvill ePtrmsy.
mrrad
In at Two Tiny Cruisers Here
The trim little cruiser Bett S.,
i are with her owner, Capt. Edward Stack-
Sgood been spending part of this week at
Allenhur tin company with Capt.
e on Farrow, who has spent one or two
. It seasons already on the Indian river.
. Milt The Betty S. is one of the largest
and roomiest crafts for her size we
tt have ever seen, being only O3 feet
S long and 81 feet beam, but is capable
n of cruising in all kinds of weather
te. and with every comfort and conven-
ience for living on board, including
r Ap- electric lights. She has a Pearl two

right up in the bow out of the way
F ob- and every inch of room is available.
Capt. Stackpole brought the little
B still boat to Savannah on steamship and
They is cruising leisurely all the way from
mi"ly Savannah to Key West.
Shere Capt. Farrow's boat is very similar
to the Betty S. and almost a dupli-
ill be cate of the boat he had here last sea-
. The son, which he sold on his way north.
Mel- The two boats will keep in company
nCity down the coast.
ill be
uanon To the Voters
fying When you vote on Dec. 22nd, be
e will sure to place an X before the words
nd it "Against Selling," if you wish to
vote to keep the county dry.
Be tea Following is copy of the ballot as
e who it should be marked:
Local Option Election,
Dec. 22, 1908,
a Brevard County.
t., w. Make an X before your choice.
iralc
Seaw; ---For Selling
with- -X-Against Selling
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Wood For Sale
0, nt- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
-Do's iand han*oing. See or address J.
-.* *W Jamimn, Tituville, Fla.
To Rent for Season 19W-9
S Oak Hommor-k Camp, on Indian river,
at this Merritta Island, Florida. Property con-
sists of a camp building of four rooms
and a bunaow of even rooms with a
F until detaced ktchen of two rooms all full
frnishd for hoMkme p ext
f, o the ladian river to tle Banaai
, ent river with la oneah river. Two
wife. spam tea fu d houms. Wl let all
tfQthr or ea-ch, ddrw
or so& Address,
Yrs. iOa uras, Cmpa.

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Thins emadmudoPnal medicine
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falman hair is t~
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The Ladles at Work gooas- e anest rood produ mts I
The ladies of the Anti-Saloon com- L BRA Y & B
mittee held an important meeting at
the home of Mrs. Adhemar Brady Titusville, Fla.
Tuesday afternoon. Various phases A
of the subject were diseu.ed, and it
is hoped that the influenceof the
good women all over the county will -
be strongly felt in the effort to de- JAMES PRITCHARD. President. HEaN Y PRITCHET, VA.ft
feat the greatest curse that could L. w. HAILM. Amimt (,uew.
be brought into our midst, -the open
saloon. lndian River State Bank
Let us hope and pray that such a
large majority of those who have the
casting of the ballots to decide this COUJM m X %3QWWY P OO
momentous question may be guided A~ r Capital, 100o,o000 PA-RI C aptal $ s
by their true and betteelves as to Ave ge Dpoes, $asow
show so conclusively that the saloon TRANSAC79 A
is not wanted the subject may not be
agitated gain for many years, if GENERAL BANKING BUSINE
ever. ONE OF THE CommrrrEE.
A earty Appee LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
SA Hearty Appetite
is wha mot babes have but is of no beneat Rxch-nge bought and sold on all foreign countries. Paroaagl
to them if they have worms. Be sure your appreciated, prompt service, polite treatment, and every
by i not troubled with them. Sre symp- favor consistent with conservative banking granted
tonM--always hunry, rains under the eyes,
not ainns i weiht and yellow complexion. CORRESPONDENTS-Empire Trust Company, 4 Broadway, New York Ciy; The AS-
A few dossof Wohte's Cream Vermitage will lantic National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida.
;ehelallwormsa. Itisaposdtiveeeurand re- TIT CT V W T? FLORIDA
Price cent. per bottle. oldby TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Tituville Pl-.. uy and Banner Drug Store.
Holiday ExcursionFares INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
Special fares, account the Christ- I
mas holidays, willbe in effect com- Deale in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
mencing December 18th, 1908, and
tickets may be purchased at coupon at Competitive Prices -
ticket offices to all points south of the GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GR. UARM TRo.
Ohio and Potomac rivers and east of ALLENHURST, F LA. (HAULOUv CaIu
the Missisippi river, including Wash- POSTOFFICE ADDRESS-TITUSVILLB
ington, D. C.; Cairo, Illinois; Evans-
ville, Indiana, and Cincinnati, Ohio, D. H. 8PELL Dr. J. C. SPELL, registered Pharmesit
on December 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 30,
31, 1908, and January 1, 1909, limited

midnight of January 6th, 1909. BANNER DRUG STORE
Full information May be obtainedTit vil Fl
from any agent of the Florida East Titusville, Florida
Coast Ry. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

Death of Mrs. Ennis PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Etc.
The residentsof Lotus, were great- Soda W ater and Ice Cream
ly shocked on Friday night when it Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
was reported that Mrs. Ennis had.died Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
very suddenly. haven't instock
She, with her husband, moved to
Lotus a short time ago from Stuart.
She was well known in that section
and loved and respected by all for herT I
kindness to each one. She wasa de-
voted christian and member of the
Baptist church; and leaves, beside Titusville, Florida
her husband, to mourn her death,
two daughters, one son, one brother 'J W OC D7w
and sister, also numerous relatives.
The remains were laid to rest in Ir sh Evrthi.lvh. Spaiout forridorsn.
The remains were laid to rest in Every- r.m) an outside f.o,. Ventilation, plumbing and lighting perfect.
the Titusville cemetery, followed by ,o feet ti.lo-red piaz tn.
a large concourse of friends and rel- CUISINE THE BEST
atives. I ... ,.- - *. --- l ni I... . ... i


Card of Thanks
We take this method of thanking our
kind friends and neighbors for their aid
and assistance in our great loss and as-
sure them that such kindness shall never
be forgotten. J. M. ENNIS,
J. D. ENNIS,
MRS. A. D. FORT,
MRs. S. A. OSTEEN.
Wekly Weathebr Report.
TITUSVILLE. FLA., Dec. 16. 190%.
Statement & emperatoare and rainfall for
the week ending Wednesday.
DATE. MAX. MI.
Dec. 10.---.---------- 71 47
11--..--...------------ -- 78
12-- .-----.. .----------- 7 5
U---------.-------. 74 51
14------------------ 78 50
I.- -------------- 7 54
'16---------- -- -4
Totl amrll for the week .07 inches.
M1A Lr Var KorPpraw.


Oue acre of ornamental grcundi, surrunuaru ,ny prmieuicv paims
surroundings most condlucive to solace. rest aid recreation. Accommoda
one hundred. The Pallhurst porter meets all trains Rates reasonable
1. N. JOHNSTON,
A Proprietor


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