Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 10 29, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00725
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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a'd night Idt weebFlorind
AMC 1hshidq th gr owers were
spt th ithy imd pany with Ca.b
6 rat themna ny relotion in rates.
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it o th marriage of Mr. Georg










ami aft. sed thi in e at
na th b lrst. Mr. Strah e s went
-bbi tgagte days at Mims and may
6erat in this section will extend
hutn sA&R rat ei e tionsc
M"r. Bad Mrs T. Bdge ar ved
h ad rge1 ht 3 t w$1. ando










Tin week at i.50 pe bog, wheih
lpat Fidy ad e ttrday with Capt.
~4 The fPite; is and left
1 9aa lively f Lor i rahome an

mmpmort, Y..Next sum-
bt bir ofo expects to goa to













moulds, up this week for a new forty
footre Bring ha $e i a Box

craft will hae a ea of littleve
for cuisine fruit bein prbabyoed
product k at .50hr peo boo, which
ioumpted hat tter than 1.0 on the
qa 1The Ufruit is commencing to
Bmov lively from LaGrange and


MU Ge. Gingrs, the well known
boat builder, of Rockledge, has the
moulds up this week for a new forty
foot cruiser that he is building for
Mr. Geo. W. Perkins, one of the di-
rectors of the F. E. C. railway. The
craft will have a beam of little over
ten feet, elegantly fitted up inside
for cruising and will probably. be
supplied with a Sterling beavy duty
motor. The plans were drawn by
Mr. Gingras himself, and the en-
tire boat will be a genuine Gingras
production throughout, which is a
guarantee that no better eanj~a

FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Buaresa, drisidring stands
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hg theWeeing th ere wasU a
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te W re eved and and
were made by Mr. C.B.
r. Wilson, Dr. H.
Dr. J. C. ft .
O W 1r 9 1pply was
Aat sonm luitand a gee.-
W edse, estini of hDr. B.
R. Wle, Dr. J. C. Spell and E. B.
Wager, was appointed to secure esti-

tA, nut -netn of the club.
Thed estion that will come up at
tutu mehtlns on the subject of
adequate water supply for all par-
poses, will be: Whether the town of
Tltusville will own her system of wa-
ter works or whether shewill give a
feamdds to some foreign company
to operatessth ub 4 tem for a term
of y. rs.
It is belevedtobethe sense of a
majority of the club that we had bet-
ter own and control our own water
works D"stem.
It is also proposed to issue special
editions of the ltoal papers toadver-
tm this section, the first edition to
be ent out the latter part of Novem-
er and the second in January, and a
Iofttee was appointed to canvass
the matter with every business house
in town, to report at next meeting.

Circuit Court in Session
The fall term of circuit court for
Brevard was convened at this place
Tuesday when the grand jury was
empanelled and has been in session
two days.
The Reddick trial was set for yes-
terday, but owing to the illness of
the defendant the case has been con-
tinued until the next term.
The business transacted by theh
court will be given in THE STAR next

week.
Hallowe'en Social
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.f
E. church will give a Halowe'enis place
eial at the opera house Saturday
night, Oct. 30th. Pumpkin pies and
coffee, hot peanuts, popcorn and
home made candy will be on sale.
Decorations and accessories will be
in harmony with the season and spir-
it of Hallowe'en Lots of fun is ex-c
pected and everyone is urged to
come. Admission 25 cents, children

10 cents.


Klie's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's suits in all the latest fabrics
including blacks and blue series,
prices ranging from $10.00 to $20.00.
Men's gray flannel shirts, medium
weight, worth $1.50, Monday only,
$1.00 each.
We will also place on sale about
500 new and up-to-date patterns of
men's trousers, ranging in price from
$1.00 to $6.00.
JUuus KUNE,
Titusville, Florida.


r. Mr. 4W.eetlycom-
wlla eB t hrt t eirmt rif W
Mr. s o taeral4 ste inspector
eaxjthd prSoa s ib tOW O

Mr. A.4 W. Le ra ently com-
pleted 4MtM ofa1 mCtfone place
in Sosthlttusvi e.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.-i Fiu andsis.
ter, Mrs T. G. Ronald aof Ceos,
were her nl their trim little Buick
ear Tusday aftermaon.
Mr. Cha. H. Walton and bride ar-
rived Iot Saturday after n and
are now costly located W their new
home in South Tituville where they
will be at home to their may freindg
next week.
Rev. W. E. Stanton, founder and
patr of the Baptit church in Mia-
mJ, died Tuesday, ae 71 years.
Death was used by an acute attack
oa poeomonia. The body was sent
to Norwich, Conn., for interment.
Frank W. Pope, and J. N. Strip.
ling, of Jacksonville; F. W. Pope, Jr.,
of Daytona; F. L. Hemmings and A.
D. Penney, of Fort Pierce, and States
Attorney'John C. Jones, of Orlando,
are among the attorneys fromout of
town who are attending circuit court
here this week.
We call attention to the display ad
this week of Mapes Fertilizers on
page 4, which Mr. J. R. Tysen, of
Jacksonville, has made such a suc-
cestful handling of in this state for
many yearsast. Messrs. L. Bra-
dy & Brother are the local agents for
these fertilizer.
Jonathan Houston May, son of
Capt. R. C. May, died at Miami Tues-
day morning, age about 38. He was
brought to Rockledge in 1873 where
his parents resided for a number of
years. He is survived by his father,
two sisters, Miss Willie L. May, of
New Orleans, and Mrs. F. W. Doug-
las, of Miami.
An important meeting of the di-
rectors of the Indian River Yacht
club was held at Hotel Dixie Monday
night. This club will have its club
room in the east room of the north
wing of the Dixie hotel. Mr. Adhe-
mar Brady resigned as president of
the club and Mr. W. F. Green was
elected to fill that position.

CANAVUR AT T
Mrs. Geo. M.Quarterman was call-
ing on relatives Sunday.
Burnham Norwood visited his sis-
ter, Miss Jeannette, Sunday.
W. C. Peterson went to Georgiana
Wednesday to do some shopping.
W. E. Chandler returned from a
business trip to New Smyrna last
week.
Mrs. W. E. Chandler spent last
week with her mother, Mrs. G. M.
Quarterman.
E. J. Praetorius is doing some car-
penter work for H. L. Holmes. Mr.'
Holmes has a fine place and only one
thing is needed to make his home


complete.
Mr. Wilkinson, of Hawks Park, is
expected here to purchase a large'
amount of palmetto berries. W. E.
Chandler and Carl Wittfeld have the
contract for gathering them.
S. L. Jeffords and family returned
to their home at the Cape Sunday.
Mr. Jeffords had charge of Dr. Glo-
ver's fine orange grove at Indianola
the past summer while the doctor
was away.
Standard. Sewing Machine
The best and lightest running on the
market, does both chain and lock stitch
an ho amam hrbaranI~nAlinia~b


MsDAAm Nov. 1m, IstM
Poplan ta the ardtt .hada every
sphfor dam- DN d-A or coat




yard.P yard
lld wool blankets, o -4's, worth





Men's half-hose, in black, tan or
ay blue, arn lteed ato wd ar
2 inth, spidel worh 86 hantl, spdoen









ladies' fancy col lars, new and up
to-date, priees rangiu from 5 to
S 975 cents. Monday only.
BGik nam stand hambrayid n allry
aed patterns, 1 cents per yard.
yard.




All wool brt waist nen, excelrth
$4.00, Monday oy1e9




lent quality for ladies' tailor made
skirts.
Men's half-hose, in black, tan or
navy Moe, guranteed to wear six



nth wcs, scial he wide, specialen
dies'fancy collars, cents per yand up-ard.






Boys' trousers in knickerboekers
or plain, prices in price from to
5 cents to $.
Ginghams and chambrays in all



w patterns, 1 centJ s per yd.
ers sirt wasville,.Flodan, excel-
lent quality for ladies' tailor made
shirt waists, 36 inches wide, special
99 cents per yard.
Boys' trousers in knickerbockers
or plain, ranging in price from 96
cents to $lJO.
JuIUs KumNE,
Tituaville,. Florida.


LATISI


AID I10D3i



Lmemde, deieos, healtmhfl and
cold, 5 ts, Banner Drg Store.
Mrs. Kui, of Stiloh, arrived
Tituarilie Sday on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. A. N. None.
Dea Robottom will oflate in St.
Luke's church, Courten, on Su-
day meninf, Otober 31st, at N
o'clock, ad n St. Gabriel church,
Titusville, on Sunday evening at 7:-
o'clock.
Capt. W. H. Reed arrived in Tit-
ville last Fria afternoon from Ne-
ponset, Mas., and found Mr. E. J.
Praetorius waiting for hint ready to
carry the captain to is winter home
at Canaveral, on the Bauna.
The racing motor boat Red Bird,
owned by Dewey, the well known
boat builder, of New Smyrna, was
in town last riday afternoon on her
way down the river, piloting a slow-
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Town Offiars Elected Monday er crf tnms zar irom t e arax.
The annual election for town of- Messrs. Miot.Chas. Clevelpad, Sim-
fleers pasedoffvery quietly Monday. mons and Raulerson arrived here
Dr. B. R. Wilson was reeleeted may- fromMerrittIsland Wednemdy night
or, 65 votes J. N. Waller for mar- with a drove of 66 head of cattle for
shal and collector. 57 votes; J. the East Coast Cattle Co. They were
P. Wilson for town clerk and out threedays,ltaving Monday morn-
treasurer, 66 votes; John Henry for ing.
assessor, 58 votes, D. B. Pritchard Mr. C. J. Denham resigned his poi-
and J. R. Walker were elected alder- tion as chief clerk with Julius Kline
men, vote 46 and 32. The vote was the first of October totakeefect the
light, only about 70 ballots being first of November. We have not
ast. learned what Mr. Denham's future
intentions are as yet, but we under-
stand he is expecting to go-tint busi-
On Friday evening Oct. 22nd, Dep- ness for himself.
uty Grand Chancellor Harry G. Ut-
ley, assisted by Chancellor Command- Letter From MBm Hughten
er S. J. Overstreet, Keeper of Rec- Cocoa, Fla., Oct. 26th, 1909.
words and Seal Harry Wilson, Prelate Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr.
W. H. Hall, Vice Chancellor D. B. Through the pu press, and
Pritchard, Master of the Work Wal- rough prtubll c pres, and
ter P. Giles, Master of Finance J. R. brought to me, from you, by Dean
Walker. Inner Guard A. N. Nolle brought to me, from you, by Dean
Walker, Inner Guard A. N. Nolle, Robottom, my attention has been
T. A. Coleman and R. W. Joyner, of called to the beacon lights along the
Indian River Lodge No. 113, Knights calltothe beacon lights alo the
of Pythias, instituted Palm Lodge In .'the gooold das"
No. 116 at Cocoa. The ceremonies In "the good old dys" these lights
were full and impressive. were considered a great advantage
were full and impressive, to navigation, and it was regretted
As officers for the new lodge, the by our people generally that they
following were chosen: C. C., R. F. were discontinued. What they
Hatch; V. C., R. M. Packard; Prel- made matters worse the pile tripod
ate, W. G. Paterson; K. of R. & S.& S. on whi the lge mouted
& M. of F., M. W. Weinberg; M. of have never bete removed and some
E.A. R. Trafford; M. A. W. R. have never been removed and some
E., A. R. Trafford; Max ; A ., W. of them stand yet a menace to navi-
Smith; I. G., H. W. Maxwell; O. G., nation, especially at night.
R. L. Thompson. I heartily concur with you in your
Twenty applicants were e vic- efforts to have these lights reestab-
tims of initiation. The new lodge is lished and made a permanent fixture
one of the most promising on the
East Coast, its membership being on our beautiful river.
drawn from the most prominent bus- This whole section is growing rap-
ness men of Cocoa and Rockledge. idly; sooner or later a line of steam-
The order is gaining rapidly in this er transportation will operate along
state.
stt .. -this coast inland waterway, and ev-
THE MONEY ery season will find hundreds of pow-


Deposited in this bank is loaned to
the people of this vicinity. People
who wish to improve their homes ,or
increase their financial interests.
Every depositor of this bank, no
matter how small his deposit, helps
in the work of building up the enter-
prises of this community, helps to
make THIS a better town.
Why not open an account with
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
Titusville, Fla?


For Sale Cheap for Cash
About S acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
as follows: Lot No. 3. section 35,
also lot No. 3, section 36, in township
31 south, range 39east. This land is
unimproved but finely located. For
further particulars address.
E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.


er boats here for business and pleas-
ure. These lights will not only be
appreciated by us residents, but
must also be by hundreds of boat-
men who com(, for the winter season.
With t~st wishes, yours truly
W. L. H:(;lL*rTT.
Mayor of Cocoa.
Special Notice to Hunters


We are better prepared than ever
in the line of hunting boots, pants.
coats, leggins. Call and let us tit
you up. We have the best and larg-
est line of hunting boots; in standard
makes $5.00 and $8.00. To see them
is to buy.


WINSTON S. BRANNIN;.
Titusville, Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
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Ihd heab to s and mp ad y a ychp wo an te kno d abut
b 'tbsra t headtl p s- with li ttB l fear o wurkns e*nequeate
e lm, nt them sBt the rd Trer i s e wIi da d et I
est ~' t r t lbeIo pn r I weer, o wll jve oo r
I is to a ll d kat I wo tr"t t tthe- trprt arab andis I


-i'i a*I will t ar ftemt hhat tt ek oethe
It D aI" b" i tend ois i Laiar boy ou 'is.L Cbl dre Taft. thi
med e! -Wtok kee oul and s achap wbo can be kno.'Led about


S l imh i mat O it Blluw e tie of thhe ale are nt.r
i Mr aate to& d their gd Tk ulaise os well dutive yout
ob$et of ,9W the mystir r peclwtar however, who will give ome young

1to 0 llwa s iS to nd od t who oe thatr evert bou rt to hibe a to
btlur.ami will h.b the near future should the oecuasm
It ued 1hebeieved In Lamm- arie. This boy in Charley TaffL the
Swt that es o alloween the o of the ppresidt.
WhMhat 'aUS ad tS "itoh' deedda The matiou* chieft executive believes
Mtht 4 ine In a dow"P b 15 that every boy ouht to be able to
Sbl. In .a er to "1Wte the witch.
It IM do ctom tmo persu t earty
a lWhta esudle around the Mill. ea
iml. between 11 ad I1 o'clock at

IR was ormerly the eusam Ia caer-
ItI psrt ot Irelandl t Ballow ee fhr
o- pamaIt to a emble with aksi l
ed dels ad I ftarom Ihm to beme
aoig meawy. bmae mc Imbtter
e. r the feast, i posting rve m is
bhmes e tls( soleniaty &ad demandlag
tIe' labhtants lay aale the fi&0
i and to bring the bo lk c ep
1asmp Weil was sows hy the meIeMus
the tditkio harlang t that by doelg
thi ad looking bak they would e
Cah appartion of their future O-

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aCULSZT TAFT ArD UnIMMm wALs.
take care of himself at all times and
under all clreumutauces. and he has
engaged Jimmle Walsrh. the Bomtou
aIseT es a0MtwR pugiliot. Ilo give his sonl somle points
ad All on e with clear and another onw I11 rtmily art of self defense.
with colored water. The third re- Cbarley nari already hold his own in
ma ns eSpt. The man wishiug to ailing At hatnt. riding at bIke, playing
know his destiny 'a blindfolded and iutd golf. elC.. alid Ithat lie may ever suf-
Sto the hearth, where the soucers fer that :awful heartache tlnd desire
bare been arrmuged. If be h lipa hbi, for mleith' Itat (-olioe to a I y who is
anger In the clelr water he will mwar- rolk4i iit lhie du.st omnetinmeu by a
ry a maid. but if iln the colored water ('h:alp lil'n iatllaller than1111 hibl.lt lie
a widow will lead him to tihe altar. it IInow t' gtet somell knowledge of how
The empty dish signlnes thla a it,. to h:iialeh himself on such occasions.
ot single blellessedn Ie In store for 1i':oih is eine' af t lit ttl fellows
him. whli Iiv,. 'ide Ap:kler ailn nuts pil.v at very imu.or- tiae r.'nal ;ir>'in :iaild inle l!Nil hasi
taut I nrt in the Uysntic rites of lail .mia:a.o.l 1i over ityI l:Ilittles. most of
loweenl. ()lie way to tind oult f one's wil, h hlie :is \\l.n. Ie uas llite'
sweetheart in true is tao pllac three frIeil'v with Thi,,dre Id Mevelt. .Ir..
nuts ullpn the Imr of the grate or on wie, II*. :;:tl.r wv:- :it Hlarvard. :InId
the heaurtlh. numing the iuts for the It I- rt.-I n d :it n'l t ii. hat r if l '.a
loved oslle. If a linit crmIks o.r jumps. facl'' c-arcih nltmer I'' Ilie s hllxirqued eirele.
Iook for anotlier 'wthlIeart rigl - --
away. fir the oneii . IIIVi le will sriel\ Improving the Opportunity.
be ulnfailthflu. If :a 1t.1 ii'rns. that i '"'lhe *rmi:! ho\ \at< re'al\ to -taart
a sliKl tlhatl yor aflre-;icnl is re*ilpro- ofnl ai ,oni .ronii-eel \veek' vi\it to
cateil. hut if two of lhe l.its lhnrn t" lii r .tr;inllr;itiir'- i the (otintrv
gather lthe y'.111g It:: ';mh ..iu .r t!e T" I- VI : '1 '.:l-p' '''ra in*. .els!;a i m
trial lmay ?as well Iberin i r, ,,rin* Ii,,r he'
rtlUmiu ati tit since. for tI.er,. w ill surelyy t, ( ':l', :nr ,t tlie '.-lirrli; e to
be an early wedding. tIn1' I 'i" to tIl station. 'TlIh


theirr old Itests rich willsh :ti y asi.s- :'-' pi;mI i rked olT his imllpai-
'its.iosl aIre till iteres.inm. 'There' i". tiet.nce mil vairi the iWeIlllag ,rf a:li applite i!i.nt break h:! ,n i nio r. Then suddenly he
lig Ihe lskin. which, wih-en t hrotro iwivei-r w'ai eel t to kneel beside a chair in
lth left ioeilder. will the flt i:.. i 1 .1 the corner and bury his face in his
lulitanl of Ote lheired lne'.S sulain.. The hand.. After a few minutes hic
piulrling oI m, dlteu iraid llre mmhther Iid be
rhing of nI key lhlo vi e'set l olf water m their said:
will secure like faleful Ie'terst. Iklt- Well. Kenneth. what are you do-
ina named needless in tllub of water, ing. ?
S"Jlut getting my prayers said up
IMiarWcth Dimtao for while I'm going to be out at
Mease lem nutrition and Ia conseqmence If tat* l * h
vitealIt. Whmthtritov i toecretoUe, I grandpa There's nothing to do
tb1ai. Wkim lOWivewr fils to Oe tpe bile
the bleed e iss1oad witi w ltls pko here, and I spect to be pretty busy
t.ea isiL, m b..i. haAA a im m A i1-a&tL-- ..- to


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Jw^-i- kW t110Oat thes f nu, klel, was
4u6 -alo te4 11m0ww0 w aw W^ tes, se h newse
s-mem i a W stir sasgs psntlldcs
-OM AP as b".Uaf. I G ilsar .New vers.
is clr ,e q dulMnstimnlt. Olp Th' -- who s hi th bee the
at Mr. KaMogiNC ft&i rma s DeeM ibueter a cim if UrjkIy wMa inT
mending CrOlV Ofuthlk w tthatt i iicabrMie. Mais.. In 10 and
W biad brI I wrfit Ia oh.roIy In life rImwl to Lt Cy TI
i'sIh fqt gNtate 4-Ifr.imw L w, a pt key. I was
mle:* oei we w9 wM toU blmi to wrk sad miarmd a trde
hbe wd as aas a Irtest ai ai-st 6-t eaop.. *Kw SI -i e d. 6
J4qpm desltli e MMalaYch s, d l *wmrf wMhf bkmls bhe bap1o d
Sa It to a Chlelo ew npaer. It is fr Imrye lar. M near*h hbe tslNwd
aN 1h wetle y+ e~wher r~-t ra-pollti where bem to m a PMW-
I- a r M~~r. Ioress seti r. a. was eeted to the a se-y
Mu a leaiehd Lr thin statemwst of mnd r-hrterl many times and alerv
Mr. KoM sad rftig to accept the l1Wi haM ben a state umt.r. IStaml-
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action of the department In silence.
Mr. Crane made a direct appeal to
President Taft. And. not to be out PATUO1 1. *'Am.
done In that dlretlo. the secretary of e a a .
state wired a full statein.t otf the en- a m-end as a tA go McCare
I t car to the prenkdet. who a sres tomaed "LoUs Pat." A rfo ng:Cr
with Knox that Crane should resign. story is the followilw:
Mr. Cnane. although a DeInKuNra. vot. A woman's rights advocate worried
ed for re. lenit Taft. le Iras travel- Senator MeCarren considerably at o
ed extenrrely amid aent some time nl tuime about bi vote upon a bill cou-
Chlea. spleakin the Iinngua omf tlit cerunig her tee. Sbe haunted his fa-
countray flsenly. He is gfty-one ya vorite pla es and one day advanced to
country fluently. He to 1tyne thbin desk and began examiulmag objects
old and a native of Chicago and Ii hi desk and began exa g
order to accept the post of amlitwasdi*r p" it..
to China war compelled to irelgn th "Wohats thishe quired, picking
dlrectorhlip of tsh Crane company of up a weighty brown thing. which slip-
ChIcago. whih employs 6o000 people ped out of her hand and dropped like a
heavy stone to the foor.
A Gnd Memoy "That" replied the senator. "Oh.
S a I ad that's a tea btcuit baked by some
A highland girl who had been in omen reformers who are eager to get
service in Dundee and had gone to a bill through on some kind of cien-
a place farther south called upon tt1c cooking. It's the finest paper-
her old mistress on her way north weight I ever had."
to visit her friends. The wonilin delprted silently and
She was invited to take dinner troubled him no Umore.
with the family, and her master
asked a blessing on the meal as THE NEW STVLES.
usual, when the girl said:
"My master. ye maun ha'e a so, Po'nts For Both Sexo on What
gran' memory. That's the grace is Being Worn.
ye said when I was here sax years blaybe that awful craket you hard
syne."-London Telegraph. the other day iand failed to locale wa .
one of tihe new fall suits for men.
So It Would Seem. At any nrle. they
Thev were talking about silver- 4 ;are loud enough al-
ware down at the general store the an.it lo ewaken a
other davy. Farmer Bellows said he trolp asleep on
thought this firm turned out more ,,,nLr in p la I d.
silvcrwnre than any other, and some Bwllhch the tailolrS
of the rest disagreed with him. It nay ls going to ti~
was Farmer Stuhbs settled it. rea I fashionable
Secms tell me." ai(d In'armer 'this winter. Gray is
Sttibbs. "these here Sterling p'oclleh tihe right shade, bin
do a lot o' business. Yhel see t liir .. TI toni i youlse like t(
inn,. onl mnort everything."- ub o. sawill there are


trltBttite. some rel and green plaids that will
Help you to o ao t s far as you like. New
A Guest Puzzler. material rIor walstcouat are gorgeous
In one of the old castles of north- in the extreme. some of the designs
ern England visitors are shown two even showing flowers.
rooms which are connected with It will be sad news to Algy and ('ho.
each other bv a singular mechanisnim. ly to learn thait Iiadded shoulders anr
Each room i' adjoined by an alcove. out o style tilyear b s i
case. The <.oll:mr
used as a sleeping room apartment. and shoulder' of
and the floors of the adjoining al- the new counts. bow- 0.0
coves turn on a pivot in the center ever. will Ie fash- j
of the partition wall. This ingen- lonled .mp tliat the
ionit device 1 wa. the invention of one wearer dlmoes Inil
of the ancestors of the present pro- imk ;:s if ie'd e.s-
prietor, who was somewhat of a wa;, cal''ed fromr, a 'ir-
and found great pleasure in fright- cus "nIemim"..ril. The
ening anti mv-tifving his guests. sleer is to, Ih. m ar
rower alt lhe bed-
When one had gone to bed in the tonu. The c(.t w ill
green room and the other in the be itg walisrted. now AI.Y Loo)K
blue, the floors were turned on their witl a; swing at xow.
pivots, and on awakening the vis- the hipls. It will measure about thirty
itor found himself in strange oluar- Inches for a ma1n of average height-
ters, with clothes that were not hi-s r'y fve feet eight.
own. It is said that this fun lovin, TIhe 'oat ('cllar will be broad andl the
lord lost a rich inheritance bv dis- lapels hloI,. )f course. therefore. they
will I.e narrow. Vronm the bottom of
turbing the restful moment of i te ll r In tar he rtw. romn the botta
the collar to the Immtton of the lapel
wealthy aunt, who never forgave the m ust I. exactIy tourn thes.
trick her neDherv. laved uIaoii her. r.. A .. ,. .... ....... ........


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Ii the I i Ii ---.--- i -- l -m--I
alms have ptsty le brbw aplfs
steek. waiting tlIo s woba BM
aeMb wil cl-hie. TI're i ple
jun mW wesLhN yom wvero


Pi a Mlber tl8 d IL 3a
Isa..011as.Or TOM mids. Is m1u
hMim, PuImevia.a Il, "h ues'B 4m
lbI te fstas a ew s b at s ft



A Gre, ,opet suit.

A man whose wife foumd iech
fault with him-probuhhi with juas-
tice-on account of hi- antidiis.
went to a tailor to ordl r a sait of
clothes.
"What kind of good~ do you
want ?'" asked the tailor.
"All wool and exactly of thi
color." replied the cstomr, pr-
sentin a sample.
"It it hard to tell juat what color
this is." rejoined the other, inspect-
ing it "'Where did vo I -et it?"
"I cu't it from, tIIy I-t -uit.*
"It doesn't -een to hiae any fig-
ure."
'"No. Thiai is where -ome gree
got on it. I entt otut It h entire spot.
I want 4oimtethin; -a .rease s.st
won't show on. Se ?"
After a lengthy eprlutnation the
tailor succwededl in con dancing him
that there waw no cloth of that kind
in the market.-l.ondon Mail.

A Fishcki lSuit.
The skin of ;t i'll tdlws not sIg-
gest itself as a ..tlta!e nateria l for
the making of c-lothl -I, yet it is ed
for this purpo-e by a tribe of Tar-
tars in Mancliuria. They inhabit
the banks of the I'el:,lv river and
live by fishing : !.il Iautiingi. During
the last hundred \ta r- tIhe, have be-
come nearly \ 1.:.'n. I '.Aing to the
invasion of thi r ilomauin by agri-
cultural Clinc.-e. The'v are known
as Fishskmn lT;r:a;r-. The fish they
use is thl ttilulir.l at, -a jl'- ie of salm-
on. Both flesh and skio of this fish
are supposed to process wonderful
heat giving properties. London
Globe.

AN OLD ADAOE
SAYS..
"Afb tp5bahesa-vy -ow
U aea Mehee a W fpurs.






TU'IsPilb
to *a irit dtib.

e retero the athe 6 the
uvUR to uree 6e dit.
Give r teo the oyMia ad
saoSd les to tIPe aTe
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tIJeitioaam .f1 wSIUa % ate ca.. orery 4 ht k oubet
I co l av ea l a 'em --Is low 6.-vin. Hrj 1 iiv
tried 4'a.sr.-lg cii l'-iay I alpm&w@.,W esba
4ln tig llae aMue a ).-Ar. & 'ftro 1 6.-0 aackres I
8ufe~rvl aa114t oold I imvry mala % ithl ,,l i'l.p T%
to you I ai fre fr.isu .All t miA& I, , ,a 1. 61
4. two this iu Im etilalf opt "' Wrlnos Iag -4

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*Ill II h smist torasd. t THE MsY pa usa a he.. .e.......................... ct.t, 1ne s ls
-kn' a. his M %ma wVessel *atfe aaft of Was=:: t






M0 dN be basae a pbilMr mW t lter Ot MW dk. mi Te dC .an a. L..a a ILs 3
A aw l -I W .. _has Withe the ea besinat her a mis AHo sntb ------ sW reitaseig .......i d o.,_ ,.







%jNbepk wm- w aa a et.1 bedmin -C. I8 ..........- mebMut. 1ek t* at -a .1
doi iNO It.mW t he t S The hydramline Lth ger -.wri i..M. #A Co......... O. ass lo
9 ..soas l at a s p ak n mieu Atngines C a tht ba Da --rn -
N a lit p.@n S Sm. ee_" by .W. ma. aIka srs1Sfs-
*. aatps hb s t paSwpe ob in ithe sengie housPe a sL am Bl a
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at, wav g signals, In serving props m ......... m ........ ,I s s
t a. t the ship. There come sharp t L a ........... .. o ... ....
.rm : i~rraJ l It~ LW W u~ r-' ~~,vine' ----------- ----------








.. .. em O' rom theS m aste f the dock w t eh L u..--...sa..--..... -O --, 1 $ 4 5


____ *o *d few.who astan ds wat ith folded ar rs at t..She y M ...... ..........oTI. -M--- as sO
f of O basin. The crew are M. L aet a ame ..omsg a m rs .. oas. 1, *t 1-
SW& I l. Wa eS.G.Me uat, -a -- tock.r. wk, S ls
h atter ing and getiulating: thrust 4a so mea 0-----------Me0.-e M N mok $ m a" -

*p ph Tlr ef r he water inyks rapo W -The T. Me --------- rs--tmt ...... t ..... 1. !S 0s s
s i Wth t an athe s. as strL MLcg a ic ------nL book -., or,6 3, A
t ulh s, -he better bottom comes dia pae-Jo5- eoep Pn ....i...n seaag ~me at one ... Oat I. 1 O a
t t .h anto pe ongne hous M I ad eer st .-...--Wrlei e lat elCse--ll n Cct 1.
Sout bys clouds of s tea b m m ea l........ ......... s
r water line a tre s eemed w rusto L-TM S.. he Y oin 0...... ant- Ralet s weloko atCo
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T~th iro n .. "oTh -...........O 18 Oi al n
t alut -the po-int has vanuwufohiasterdo the dockn *s 5 h a.d t .6 mnhes t atilis t
hoate sito ftif wsy yed ars et seeth- l l a- ---------LLU. 1 5 73
th bain The cnn-The tu d sLd Oil CaWe ----Rebmsl deaskr pn gm at





v ll wtper brn e sprot a t k......... ..... ........ O ep I, 1 s 4
They line t r arls.C......---reen t --e-- a t --... 3, I0 1






tilt te In thi f lole deptrtment dw a Ins od ru, oputso eneah theshi e. w. umwae a .......... sowelmr, a1, ee s 81,
M.-ehisbee abt tefr int and estiutnm thrus t r. Idg e..-------..Mebmt..tesk pm .a oe s
T he wate.uksr padly The -TheLoZu- F-h -- -Br Msh delera at S tRih..asue 0 1,3 56 5 E
"tor twemsurrr with. E sato the do the lokls u M. hatedw-baleg beeste o.. .ey, Sd lm am

view. She isrogag an, old. boat, suc ared into u. Y-, NJ u........mpaaas man..--------OS. 1, 36 I3













ax peer asdRhlln d tbe.oehe ptwats the lineire sameld withd rust: Soae. ..ded.iorchDranat, gemak1,00 whatlme a at
ag ast~ l~rrrri the pit hoalas a nrish edth tronkle .El Sa Mo(see......alt oC. ,0 toIO--------------- 0166t. 1. 55

Tem-- d r Tt-------.--------i.. 1, 136 10 5*
heeees cuterin tthicklysonobe6toh ek iFJ Teals Ca. -Reubehn, stock $130 as Co Coa -.Oct. 1 is 31 105

S os edteotedhaard smll dank Ad e- Ar Ca*---.Merchamt, Sock 1 e at ocoas..o 1, 13 s










s fe asior and of l soves ror of the ar ui r u I* s Jorieas i... ... Fish dealer, at erano ............ -Ocs. i, 15 s25 10
S. _dark gr een kta oer ieut uh e -J. Tk ale ....... oRun---in- three gool atC at .o-


Men scramble down into the basin a-----...............-- .......Oct. 1 --e 4s -0 u -
SJdge symor b ay rOud from a bum- and attack the steamer Clad in 6.J. 1. Lawless -------Merchant. stck $1.00 at Com.a Oct. 1, 10I o 1
S assto 's boy ln OneIda county. N. 67eaer. a C. Hodon..---....Druggi. stek wOat Eu Gallie. Oct. 1, 1908 00 1 i
T., tlb-e beuch of the appellate divl- oilskins, they duck in and out be- s.J. I. Piats -.... -----Barber, one chair, at Tituvill ...Oct 1. 10L a 10.
Io of the supreme court of the Em- neath the hull, cleaning, scraping, a orr Johnn ..-.- ---hrber, two chain, at Tatuvie-Oct. 1. 108 320 1
oI 70-iodguos Blsa-------- Merchant, stock 11,700 at Eva
phie State. painting, hosing down the sides. Be- sul.. ---.------.--.--.------ ct. 1-9 w to 3o
SThere Is o as dependent tkckel neath the stern they gather in a 71-Hodpom Bro.-------...Green grocers, at Eau Gallic..-- .Oct. L Ile s o I 5
0as tc ket the e. l 72-F. J. Webb---.--------L-awyer, at Titnville---------- Oct.. 10 0 iO 50B
In the Ovid for mayor of Grater New knot about the screw. One blade is n 0. K. Key. --------.-- Lveynan with nine boie, at
Sloe beaded by William tandolph missing; the others are twisted and oa ..----...--..- ..-... -.---- ct. 1. 10s 70 am3
Hearst. Mr. Hearst s forty-slx yearM blunted and caked with rust. The 74Pritchett Brs.....-....Turpentie distillery. two tills.
f ap and the owner t a chain of 1 bbls. each daily. at Mimr-... Oct. 1. 1908 400 so
esaippr laucludg the oNew York o blows of a sledge hammer ring out 7 Titusville Lumber Co. -Running aw mill. daily capaity
aaetmea and Jourmn. He Nwa born loudly; the men shout at one an- .m0 to 50.00.. fee. .t. T.
Ansekan and Journal. He was born loul t--------.------------ (Re. 1. 10 i 100
In San Francico in lu I8. His father other as they strive to looon the 76 The Titusville Lumber
was the late Senator George Hearst. propeller from the shaft. One of Co. -- .......-------------.hat stock les than $1,00
I at Titusville ---------- (hi I i91m : IN' I 5'
who accumulated a large fortune as a the owners of the boait-a tall man 77 Mrs. (; M. Brown .Hotel keeer. 15 a mmI at M I-
gold miner. His mother. Mrs. i'hoele in a long raincoat that flaps about hourne ..... ........ I< t. Iw l .Ei 2 '.,
lHerat. Is one of the leading pibluu- his ankles-watche- them anxioui-l\. J.ophis l laa .. ...-Men t. k l.i than $1 0 '
thropk women of thb ouutry. Mr. Hia patent leather shoes are flk T E. E G(rims Htel kr 'r. m. at . I. I Io NI .3
Hearst was educated iu public schools. with mud. o Travi. Bros. ...--. -... Mcchanlt. .taK-k $1,.0i at ('.ace (kt I It.h 3 ou 1 a
e had a natural beat for Jouruallam l.. Julia Hall ..-----.. unch stand. less than .5,O ii-
IA1- and lu ais tIeA das tATE Harvar The foreman hurries about, giv- hahiints., lit't .-..-. -kt. I. I. 15w 2so
ar ad V Ia Ihde waud lu hion u atend wit days Hrvarvd la- ing directions. "Oh, this ship's all 82Julia Hall ....erchant..m.tk l.ss tian $1,I.N
Iwas t ected with t arvad l- .... t t. I. Iar> :T (NI 1i
Owl" and llkf 1 OIslan poon. Hle wuas eected to the Fifty- right," he says in answer to your 83 Ned Ball & Bro. Merchant. stock jIwln at wsw mill
the Rpbilla ticket is headed by eighth congress. question. "She only wants a bit of near Titusville. ------... ---. I. wo. : NS i so
Amgg IhilWter a5 Wocnsoeket. Others .itmt J. H. Kettles.I --rayiag. with 3 horns, at Tit..-
Ann ~r a 'c C. oT^ br Charles VWhitaln hasl twieu io01i washing and a screw. She fouled a 4 J. H. Kettle I g ith h.. ...a .
e the ticket M : Ieutent governor. ated by bth the lpltUliallls alI il- buov down river going on a week C. J. Denham .-... Bakr shop at Titus-ville .t I It 5 I
aiIne W. Bits Crmaot; scnetriy of d 1.. .1 (F Baker shut at Titunville o :s
z* MO* m n.; idry e f deenudeuts uf New York to sik-etil ago and left a blade there in the %M The Indian River state
SFir Pliamrker. Proidence: WlIiaml Travers Jenrwe apt district :at- chain so's to rememnlr their Incet- Ba------------Bankers. capital .
aI WigS lli5 m .e wroh>. e ai Tituotoille - -.... hthI, me. .. Il 1 7.5'
goo L William R. Green-torne.y. while the m'ocrats o14-Ja. Pritchard A Son e .41) at
r tVMl : g ral tresM r. med tt l~ur hi., ing. But she needed a new screw 7.. Pritchard n on .Me ahant:.. st-k $N V at ,Titus .-,
Walter A. ae Gloocester. The et bad. The old one was all but done 88-Chas A. Gardner Merchants. stock $2.0u at Tituw
tiekLt is til lle ans Ast year with The oaktI Ito t, tilled i Peanlltl- for, as it was, by the ice last win- ville------ -. (k I. HN ,k t. :I.t
two *eeelhlme. eutenant Governor vaula thbl year and thue nominlet art: ter."-Thornton Oakley in Harper' 8 ~ (. F. Duren, agent Merchant. I0t- k not ex reding
$1.000 at Tituian ille .-..-.... ---(. I. lIll l .| it
Artht W. Dreual deelined renomina- tate trnsunrr-J. A. Stover. Itepub- Magazine. so The Scabie Fish (o. Fish denler. at Titusville .-.... Oct. 1. 190K .,5 ',
tiel bl of Il health lad Mi sla. anm; G, rge W. Kipp. Ik.uanrat: 91. Chas. T. McBride--- .-- Merchant. ~tck s 30 at Mel-
bourne ------------ -(kt, ;
deputy w111 r of the honae. will be Edward Mloore. twttllst. Attorney lightly Colder With Snow Wa- Boy S. Suell....-- -Runnil two pool taillt, at EIu
lM tIn a sea&d. Uharb P. nw geeral-.. E. limesnWo. Itepubllk-au; When youo that kind o weather forecasut Gllie ...mR- (- t. i. tIt :Utb, it,
e*tt n W ttry aof ate. died late i Jaa j WV. Clarke. I wr nt: Williamu you kow tha trematis weather isathand. 1 93 F. A sley---- ..Rannin one pjol tale. at Titus-
the ml an Parer rl b uamd Parer. Italist Judge f the u Get ready for it now by getting a bottle of ville -. .-- : I1 13 0 7
S rker. B l. Juge o e Blld'sSeow Idaiment. Flute thing made 94 0. W. Sullivan .. .--. Merchant. stock lew tau $50 at
tr the vacancy. pwfe court- Itabert vou MUmebxIsker. for rbemnatim, elilblaii, frwt bitre sore Eau (allie-.... ... t. 1. II :to3 15I
STh Dpe eflte ticket for govTwtr aepulba anu: Cyr Artu Moluson Demu- and tift Joelt said macdes all hes.band O3-Joseph Dallas ----...... Oree. ror. at Me ritt .. .. Ort. 1( 190 3 o I *
a Ibheo Island carrie at Its head ocat; aidney .. IShbwartz. Vsoiallar. a pa e MUs, ad $1.0. Sold by all drug- 9 Young Moo ...... Rarher shop. one chair. at C('uom Ot. 1. 1908 2' U 10,
P Sp of m glass A. a 7l Beck y tleu -.... -- -. .- Me-cuant stock $100 at C(on Oct. 1. 1't :t0t I s1
the s o te, And. or e.The I T ot important ofl~e to be killed 9.Becky (lens-. u.. ... ning lunch. eIathan .ooo in-
te. oths b elUg: Liatenant governor. to Plladelphia is that of district at- "I wsared astitlelly trom constatpation. hbitaats at C'Me ... -ct. 1. I1fO : 5,
TM 'A. anl. M e. ad te are the Dnou- D la's lateeS relieved sd tld _H. M. Lockhart........Merehaat. sturk ,..O1 at Rock-
S ." V_ -.- a e . .. .M *. *kff & k led .e .. ......-- .... ..t. I. 190 ** IN (M


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uise te law
har~trdi


i tpodT l ddthat these amtM.m
Jswwr ult bel good as e"as a
W LiM dy sent oet The at
wMvered ma int y for the per
S"dme4- ate word me d pit

11.b totbe wondered at that
. mv iw emI who wre e and
fr thd i m"Wp amioa law ar eto
S -O tot'i to have it wt 1e.

Cost Hasw Doubled
The mtm ofthe local labor um-
lags, raft amgo, has -t to Etbel-
tt dof the United States
Sanmerm e amd labor,
are por the Increased coat of Uv-
lawhtob the unionM s ure hall0be
MSs a pplmnt of a report that
ieurt ow preparing for the de-
tmt emthe oeupational rhisk
%M .
The l s contain the startling
-pt that the cot of Hlvinshas
doubled o 1904. The report ar-
Me that the wwes of the workers
hve mt inare d more than s per
met., e that the net revolt tadve-
rem tIn waes through a reduction
I thelr punh- ng power ot 80 per
et. In oter words, the man who
emu $100 a month now is not get-
tid more n the man who was
pad mO In 1Md.
td- ewa g prices on eomalnodl-
e ame seected to substantiate the

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U p pod------
Phertp per -
raww pi Wo
Bed ribs, pround..
Beay toape poer ue d...
ed kes, per pod---
Tlskes, perpound -
Veal, per pound ------


Good apples pr barrel 4
Navy beans, per bushel


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The Game Laws
The game law makes it unlawful
to hunt, kill, chase, molest or have
in your possession any wild deer ex-
cept during the months of Novem-
ber, D'camber or January. Venison
or deer hides cannot be sold, expos-
ed for sale or transported for sale.
Persons are prohibited from hunt-
ing, killing or having in their possei-
sion any wild turkey, quail or par-
tridge except during the months of
November, December, January or
February, and no persons shall kilt
more than two wild turkeys o
more than twenty quail, and no par-
ty of two or more persons shall kill
more than four wild turkeys or more
than forty quail in any one day; no
person shall kill more than five wild
turkeys in any one year. The sale
of quail, turkeys and partridges is
absolutely prohibited, and no person
is permitted to ship any deer, deer
hide or hides, venison, wild turkey,
quail or partridge beyond the limits
of the county in which they were
killed. Persons may take their
game home with them when the same
is killed in another county than
where they reside.
All persons who are not citizens of
this state must pay license of ten
dollars to the clerk of the circuit
court before they shall be permitted
to hunt in this state. which liceann


ombst
Odh am1
kd baa*b


r. OHARLSm Haspita, Qwbee City. and expresee at Istlisacton in the fol-
SO ed of our lter, who commenced lowing terms:
to take Peruna, has improved and will 44w n found Peruna a relief In msT.
continue to take it. 8S~ e others are V r endlcam.
trying it also. pr. Ste. Marie, Superior. "We can asy it Is a good tonic and we
CONVEBT of Ht. Laurent, near Mon. e ery thankful." Sistrs of the
O=-,, Mothe House g.gew of the good Shepherd.
SMoth Hous o the One of the many hospitals which hae
Hoy oero. found Peruna of value in treating old
After sing Pmrua for two or three and obstinate eases of catarrh is the
months, soversa members of the oam- Hospital St. John, who write as tol lows:
unalty have experience such tood 4 w K are happy to tell you that
saws that they can reeopimen itasuse aW your Peruna has given ul satris
o hers Bisteo of Holy Cross. faction. Three patients have tried it
TJOPITAL for. RInerables Note one 48 years old. Renoul Dupuls, at-
S Deme de Grae, near Montreal. fleted with catarrh, is much relieved,
Notre Dame de Grace Hospital for In- more than he has been for a number of
wrable1 having used Peruna for ser- years.
eral Waetha, recommends it highly as "A young girl, 15 yeas old, had an
an eaillent tonic, and it is with pleae- obstinate couh, which half a bottle of
ar that we add our totilmnnial to the Peruna caused todi sappenr.
other. '"As to myself, two bottle have o-
HAVINGaedPerna for thepat few 'inced me that Peruna is mnanifvicen
months, for our sick and poor, we I a a t.nic. Ik fore the treat m i t I c'cld
re happy to ay that it has given .' not walk for a quarter of an h'ilr ith-
great satisfaction. The 81sters of the out experiencing much fatigue. N,,w
Good Bhephrrd, Montreal. I can w:alk a mile easily.
After a continued use of the remedy, "Through t!iese tree e rs we desire
this tsntltutlon ha found no reason to .to make known ', tlie l'ito .ic th.
chmAe its suud opinion of the remeidy aIoiouncy of your re~ea<, ."


Ducks cannot be killed between
the first of April and the first of
October.
It is unlawful to have in your poe-
semson, living or dead, or to catch or
kill any wild bird other than a game
bird, at any time of the year, game
birds being particularly designated
as geese, coots, plovers, scurf birds,
snipe, woodcock, sand pipers, tatlers,
curlews, river and sea ducks, brant,
rails, mudhens, wild turkeys, grouse,
prairie chickens, pheasants, partrid-
ges, quail, turtle doves, tame and
wild pigeons and robins.
100 Rleward 5100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that seiene has been able to cure in
all its stage. and that is Catarrh. Hall's CO-
tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity. (Ctarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a constitu-
tionai treatismet. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken iuternally. ucting directly upon tht
bluod atid uiurouis si'rfaces of the system,
therely ldest Ivoiiig the foundation of the dis-
ioiM. anII giviiig the patieut strength in
hbillilJg lipp tiet- coistiiltion anld assisting
nature in d*iii.g it- work. The proprietotl
bhve m> 'iiineli lfaithl in its curative powers.
that they 1i..,-i *.1 1lnelinlremd Ilarsl fo r any
case that it Ctrl, to crire. Seid for list of te-
tinto ial .
.A'l'l.i'. F .I 'I K'NKY &(). Toledo, 0.
S ,,|, hcy Ili ',.'i'Lt%. 7.N:.
ll .l'- F ,'rily 1 'ill. ) re tile lw-t
Children Cry
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kbskribe today, or send for sample copy.


BANYAN
Mr. J.JR. Ragan, of Eau Gallie, is
preparing his land here for beans.
Mr. G. S. Hinson, representing
Stevens Bros., of Baltimore, was
calling on friends here Tuesday.
Mr. W. J. Ragan left Monday for
the county seat where he will spend
a few days.
Mr. C. L. Stewart is attending
court this week at Titusville.
Mr. Rutledge Ensey is getting the
place formerly owned by Mr. Jerne-
pan in excellent condition for plant-
ing.
Up Before the Bar
N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt..
writes. "We have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for years and rind them such a kood
kfmily medicine we wouldn't be without
them." For chils, constipation. biliousua <
sick headache they work wonders, 25c. Bau-
ner Drug Store.


CASTOR IA
Por Infaats uand Childre.
ThI KhY an Ina t NBAhtM


Bears the
signature of


0. A. STEWART



Fire Insurance
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
1 represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention
CONSTABLE'S SALI
Notice is hereby given under and by virtue
of executions received* by me nimultaltelcusly.
and isuied out of a justice's court ,of the 1 th
district of Brevard county. Florida. against
Asbury Waldeu. in which the LaRohbe Bros.
are plaintiff. I have levied upon and will ell
at public auction to the highest bidder for
cah during the legal bour of sale. begiuniug
at eleven o'clock a. m. on Monday. the first
day of November. 1900. at the store of La-
Roche Brm., in Courtenay. Florida. one piece
of lad known as the Daffin property situated


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Tllsmallo .....................Oet- 19068
14.T atRl Fireo...W Iin l
4 T he White, R ing WrCo t IWheee e dealers in boklen c 1 190a
o.Io Ii.B --M------lawyar Ttavlla.---------------Oct. 1, 1906
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at tOsvillc.....................cOt. 1, 136e
157.J. E. Ur0ch0. -- Deatsa t avilleo..--------... Oct. 1, 190
15.A. LeeAnmert ---------.Merhant. stock lenothan a0
at Ceosan -----------------Oct. 1, 1908
150 A. Le auf ri-i---r .-.-.Wep0ring watches and Jewelr y,t
Ooa----. -------------Oct. 1, 1906
le0 Titasville Pharnima Co. WD l st, dartock l,0b0 iat Titn
l-,at Coco. -----------------Oct. 1, 1908
1m4 Tb* Gulf Rdlmuiat Co. oWbi al derin ia 40len, at




lt.ll-Will Noueg lan -------------- Oct. 1, 190
IU-Tba Gulf Wiliug Co. XOWNSL-l` dea148 in lubriestIag
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J I. dian ---iver -- o., J. H. bl o oe t e
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1507J. E. Urich ------------Durtb$ t Titrvilla ----.-------0)ct. 1, 1906


19Alle. president----- Merchant, stock le than $1,000.
at aover-----....-----.---------Oct. 1908
I A. I The rt--di --- River Co.a J.lry,
H. Allen, president..OGreen rocer, at H -over..--...... I, 19o
110 Titusville Pharmacy ---Dragist, stock $,000 at Titus-
ville ----*-----------------------Oct. l, 1906


Idl-tAlbrt A. Taylo------..... l estate agents, at Coco..------..... 1. 10SO


Iw.Liverpool London and
SGId Ins. Co., A. A.
Allen. preident --Y-Merchant-stock iem than $1,.001

Tyalor, agen .Writing Hnsulone---, t Coco-- -- ---Oct 1. 1906
lte.The IdiartfR Fir Co.. J.
H., of Hartfo rd Conrt. 1 ..
M A. A. Taylor---, agent Writing insurance, at Cocoa ---- t. 1. 1
1.7 The Phoeil Ins. Co., of
Groklyn, N. Y.. A. A.
Taylor agent. -------Writing insurance, at Cooa----.. --Ot. 1. 190W
1t.The Continentdir InCo.,
C of New York City. A.
.A Taylor,,agent..- Writing insurance, at C'owo... - ki-t. 1. I~W
l0 The Phoenix IM. Co., of

SDennis Sawyer,......unning h, at Merritt A


I7O.1. F. Allen ------.-----Merchant, stock lea than $l,t,,
Tylor et -- ------aWriting ioouana '------- (ct. 1. 190
IM-Tbe Continental I OiL C).,
of Now York City. A.
A. Taylotr*gent.-- -Writing inX'uramnc t('o*oa.-.--- OAt. 1. 19US
_ Dennisb Hawyer---. Running launch, at Merritt --- (kt l. 9Wu
% o.r. F Allen ------------ Merchant, tock lesethan *UKK-
at Coc"------ --------------- ( t. 1. 1Itts
171-R. F. Allen ---------- Photographer, at toco s--------- -k:t. 1. l,9i
T17 J. R. Rouse- -------- -.Liveryman, lem than ive horses
at Cocos--------------------- -. 19 t
17-F. P. Ziy----- --- --.Merchant, stock le than *$l..o
at Shiloh.......------------------ I 190
174-The London A Lanca-
hire Fire Ins. ('., of
iverpool Englind.,
Poary t. Walton, agt- Writin insurance, at Titusville-e.. k't. :. 19tun
175.East Coast Cstle Cao..--..Bunning slaubter pen. at Ia-
Grlage .-------------------... ( 1t. 1. 90
Ils.The German- Amrian
Ias. Co., New York, N.
Y., P. G. Walto, It--Writtni iMsranre, atTitisville-. Oct. 1. 1906
.The o York, P.
O.l ongei t* -..Writing insurance, at Tituaville-.. t. 1. iete
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wart. agent ------ Writing insurance. at Titueville O.t. 1. Iiso
M-Kate Eyer----........ Merchant. with $1t.oo0 stck at
Cocou --.------- -----------... Oc I. liH
44-W. T. Smith--------- .. Merchant, with #*-"1 stock at M. r
ritt ---.-- -.- -.. .. -........ 1t. li1,4
SU Joseph Jones.--------...One ihwrlr chair. at .Mftlbtruc ('vt. 1. lys
46-F.B. Wright & Co. ...Merchut. with $1.Nolt st. 'k :t
Titusville ------------.-------- May I. i.wm
247-F. B. Wright & Co. -....iunniig two pool t01lhes. ;At Titl--
ville ----.-....- ... . .. M I. lt
4-Swindle & Hale----......Fish dealers. local. t Titutville Apr.. I.14
249-Hartford Fire Ins. (o..
of Hartford, Coun.. J.
M. Sandera agent--.. Writing iwsurauce. at iu. .... 1. ItM,4
20-Tituaville Fish Co., W.
J. Bailey, manager Local fisl dealer. at T'itti-'ill.- .TJtie l.ltwi.
251-W. J. Taylor-.--------... Merchaut. with le s than #1.h*,4o
stock at Bonuavenlltur -_ ... Itue I1 lw.
252 Wm. F. Green.....- .Ruuoin, Hotel l)ii,>. .*. r.mnu.
at Titusville .. .. .. ,t. 1. !;1
253 Wm. J. Bailey-------..... .ryman., with I ., tlin: 1iv,.
lh rse~ at Tit~l il!-.. ..... Au2. I. no
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.wlre's Is Co., of
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0SL-The letai ANational
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08 -The Norther Amoance
Co., Umited, of Eg-
land. P. 0. Walhe
ae rt --- ..-------..WritiUn iumrace .at Titusville- -Oct. 1, 190
0. L 0. Whipple--------Destieo at E ( Gllie-...--------..Oct. 1 .90
lO-C. H. omper---....... BRunning launch "LMytic," at
Tr-oi kOct 1,, 1908
0. Doglaes A Worthy.---- uaig small show, at Tiaville--Oct. 1. 1906
810-Hseay L ven-----rsr, two eir at. Tit nville--....Oct. 1, 19U
0-.-LJ. WDaler.---- ----M.... l l ch, at .o----.. --Oct. 1, 190
M-Daniel P. Holum------- RIuing launchI "BueaaVeotura"

S J -----...sRlug moor baa-------t, aockled Oct. 1, 1908
010-Damiel P. Holmes---- -Rumning launch "ULna." at OGor-
Dgia"---------- ----------t. 1908
Ill-LD. a it" -------- --kDentist.as Cocas------------------- O 1, 1908
*1-Bes Jones-------------Rusing motr boat, at Rockledge- -Oct. 1908
1 J. J. White-----------. Hotel keeper, running White's
SCoe, 1 rooms, at Morkledge --Oct. 1. 1908
t4.c. W. Prs.......---...ml l how. in Tituavill-......--- .Oct. 1.1908
$1-Byrnmes Hewitt.-----R.. running New Rockledge hotel,
74 roomsat Rockledge...---...- Oct. 1, 1908
1B-Dayrd T. Redatone. --- Running motor boast, engine.
for carrying p| gesn ad
Sfreilht, at Ean Gallie- ---.----.Oct. 1, 1908
117-C. M. Marti-------...Running launch for carrying pn-
lg aer. under l to.----------Oct. 1, 1908
S1-J.& Kritch Id-------Small show .-------------------OcL 1 1908
S19-Flrida Fish A Produce
S O.----------.- ----Lo.Ial tsh dealer. at ERa O le..- -Oct 1, 1908
M l Ki A Tahcker----- ..Small show, at Titueville----- -Oct. 1.1906
Ml-& rlm. ealo of London
Kaohi, P. 0. Wal-
m lm-------r. Writing insurance, at Titusville-- --Oct. 1, a19
Fire I Co.,
ofHartford, Con., P.
Walto..aget- ..Writing insurane, atTitusville..-.Oct. 1. 190
MS-M-lMIm Cm., of New
tret aityP. Wal-
S6 estL..-------. Writing imurance, atTituville--. -Oct. I, 119
"W-nsasi I* ac 0A a
anklyb N.Y..-O. .

GOl Pa.I, N.Y, P.
a. Wsltl, lw------ Wriug inumree, tTtlmville-.--- Oct. 1, 9
e-J. a. WlUiems- ... ---.----Baui poneager bat at Bck-

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aea, o in t. ............ m ed par wnk m err t g 1, tee
IM-A. All tn--. -- .--.m-- n t Tit e-.----t. m19
M-Mallyk Thoas...------- RaB i sMagenr launch "Id,"
t Mer ----------- -----Oct.t. 19, lo
-J-smeKelley--------...Running peienger and freight
lunch, t Co......t----------.--.Oct. 1. 1908
I-Erle e. lhck.--.----Merohant, les than $1,000 stock
at Rocklede----......---------Oct. 1.t 190
J. 8. Stone-----.....--- Merchant, stock $00 at Es a Gol-
The Natal----------------.------Oct I, 1908
m-To Nstioml Aamu-
eat Co......-------.....--Amusement park with merry go.
.rond--.-------- ------.. -----Oct. 1, 1908
N-8. M. Martin----.......-Merchant. with 00 stock at Mel-
bourne------------------...... t. 1, 1908
85-M . amey ----..--..Merchant, with 0s tock at Foot-
man -.--- ------- ... ........ t 1. tI. lm
--Arth&r Schultz .-----..Merchant, with $1.000 stock at
Coooa------- --------.... ----.. Oct 1.
2g7. Lyceum Thetre-.---- 8nall show. at Titnaville--.--- O-t. Il, t 9W
MI8-Charle F. Dwyer..---Hotel keeper, Indian River Hotel
90 rooms, at Bockledge-------.O0ct. 1. 19tW
mN-William Da vis------- Running pamenger launch. "Nora
Rone" near Cocoa----- -----.. O t. 1. 19Mi6
140-0. W. Gordon-------. Runnior passenger launch Ethel.
near (oc--------- -----.....--....--.. t. 1. 19
SM-J. & Thempoon..-------Merchant, lem than $1.tUJotock
at Rockledge.--------------. ct. I. $t11N


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STATE OF FLORIDA-CoUNTY OF BREVARI):
I, B. R. Wilson, county judge of said county, do certify that the fore-
going report of licenses issued in Brevard county for the term of one year,
commencing October 1st, 1908, and ending September 30th, 1909, is correct.
Given under my hand and the official seal of said county, this the 29th
day of October, A. D. 1909.


B. R. WILSON,
County Judge Brevard County.


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RETFY
P RaTING
LEASES
ARTICULA AR


Let The STAR do your Fine
printing. Prices reasonable,


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FOR FLgTgSt'
CASTORIA


NIGHTS OFr UNlST

No I-eep, o eet, No ease for t
w hrm Kids-y ThuIbs
No peae or the kidney surer-
Pain and distress from morn to
night. I
Gt up with a lameback,
Twinges of backache bother you
all I,
kma--xour. NAt at

Urinary disorders add to your
misery.
Get at the cause-cure the kid-

erDan's Kidney Pills will work the
cure.
They're for the kidney's only-
Have made great cures in Titus-
ville.
J. W. Webber, Main St., Titusville,
Fla., says: "I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and can my that they did me a
great deal of good. My back was
very lame and sore and pained me
intensely if I stooped or lied. My
kidneys were weak and on account
of too frequent ass s of the sec-
retions, I was forced to arise many
times at night. I at length read
about Doan s Kidney Pills, procured
a box and had used them but a short
time when I felt a great deal better.
By the time I had finished the con-
tents of one box, the backache had
become a thing of the past and the
lameness and soreness disappeared.
I am now able to rest well, my back
is much stronger and I fell 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.


East Coast Meat Market


G. DUEN, AGENT


Florida ad


Western


meats


riTv-uvILLE,


of all Kinds.

FLOBIDA


HENRY RIVERS

Tonsorial Parlors
'oruer Julia and Palm street, one b!k,:k ea-,
from Railway Station
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

Fashionable Hair Cutting and
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give the children Ayer's
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rdws. "~wct It, ece *!" be will
sy. The ask him about Aver's Ptts.
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--- 4s~L @e.O.A ok o..l .ewel. -

The St. Louis ball team made over
$200,000 this year. TitMvilWe's team
didn't clear quite that much, but
the boys hung some powerful fine
calps to their belts, and the season
closed leaving them the champions
of the East Coast.

A Blaquet
Spread before you would do you uo good if
you couldn'tat What good can foud do a
child whe as mso w it atem it's toma it
is eaten by worn. That the reao your
baby is ailing. crom, ypry eed and thin.
Oive it White's Cream Vermitge. It will
expel the worms and set a a toice for the
child. Hold by all druggst


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,b may bew, gr wao r C8-
the ewmal r of itrs fruit
-.Inha1 that my be ameed
Um a stu change againet said
maduos; and to pay all such emmem-
iy he s passed by aid Florida
ave, sagmt sany and all of the


S evalan between such
a i rltfruit gower with the
fUll pmgW o aleMet k esm mab .ocnoen of
deefs t6 grewes as may Imeome members
ho a a sk ISemment- as may be as-
-seId agat them. or either of them by said
Flri Cltrus Eghge Abs to act a the
ap-t o aall of the A oriatlo of citrus fruit
grwen who small hereafter become members
of ts Sub-Excbange in all the dealing which
Sai A battles or either of them may have
with the Florid Citrus Echange. and also
toset as the agent of such AAociations of
eitrs ait growers a may hereafter become
members of this Sub-IExbhane. in the par-
ehse of all neosary material and equip-
ment for the proper growing, handling, pick.
ing, peaking, i marketing of citrus fruits,
aad other produoe that may hereafter be
owned, grown, or controlled by mid Are.
ciations otctrus fruit growers, or its members
And that in order totarry out theabove and
foregoing purpose this ub- Exchange
hall have the power, right and privilege to
ba, lee, rent, sell. occupy, own. use. and
and dispoe of aU real and persoua
property. at will, which may be necetry or
convorenta for the conduct ofits business, and
to erect on said real etate such buildings and
structure, including wharves and docks. as
this Sb-Echalge through its Buard of Dir-
eeters all deem meorary. or expedient for
the carrying on of its bsinues; and this Sub.
Exchange sall be empowered to engage in
a brokerage, factor. and eoumision selling
busins; to purbase boxes, paper, nails, and
othr packing material, and sell and dispose of
the amme toe ae in, and conduct a drayage.
tras r. brwardlg and ishippisg business:
to rebha, hold, lbae, or oterwse acquire
fiht ad refrigerator ar, wagons. drays.
-c, beat, vessels, sad other vehicles, and
th mareeary motive power and equipment
r the same; ard to engage in the trasporta-
tr beuiae of all suh products and mater-
lL and e(her e-miodltie as may be owned
o mtrld by it or by the Ame-itns oft
dUhes ft growers which may become mem-
bea f i)s- ExchaMng bat not as a com
a carrier. sad to charge for the same, and
t edi lt t same at will: to borrow and


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MA m S Sy eher dieeur In mad As-

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That ths ie plwha -e the iall sbuenm
of tae sb-Ize oa i-e o etra saed or
(3 P(u-t. 0n-ty rstarevar, State of
r'Iula And t- ausal meeting ofthe
rmmbeo S toidsSub-xehMe hlll eo VMe
afsIOdplaoeanthe lant Tesday In May, of
ebL and every year, at t o'dk a. n.. at
wiob time and plaeits Dietors shall be
eleted and iMdate d into ofls.
ANrcuL vIII


That ach and every m ber of thi Sub-
xchange. whether Individual, or Amociation
s eitrmes f grweO, olhal place the hand
,ag. mark-eg -Aping ard selling. of all
dOf Iftn rL- oe r produce-- ma
be baled by thiSb-Excuange, ad owned.
wr or btre lled by him, her, It, or them.
thMieb.Kxahanaeto be bandled, market-
d. s 1mied aU i old, exclusively through the
Florida CItru. Exchange. and this Sub
Exhag, hall have the power abd right
to ha ad shall are eh member here
ed whether the samoehal be an dividual or
*a-hlmmo bsmd uer istgrfewe, wr ite
service ins hartMdling s g. shipping, and
marking saeb fral a irod use, owned.
grownor eOMtreoe by hi, h, it oro tbe,
ash rsmems se eto m there oD h
of Director of thies ib-Exrchge shall f
arn dermIne, the rsm to include chb
ito-t lln ae the FloridCa Citras Exchang
hall -e s each and every of the members
herof er ift series no tmareting. selling.
shipping s handling of the citrus fruit and
other produce owed, brown, or controlled by
the members herof but any member of this
ub bExchase all have the right to with-
draw his, her, ts or their fruit and produce
or any one year froe this Sub-Exchange.
without wuy, by ia i writing to this
ob-Ex= e w within ten days next
bebre the annual meetiugof the members
of thi Sb-Exchange, that be, she. it, or
rosduce from the same, but in that event.
aid member so givingsaid notice,oeamee to be
a ember ofthis sb-exchane. and all rights
property ard privilege in aid sub-exchange
loi to said member shall thereupon
ease determine; provided, however, and
and it is hereby armed and fully understood
by all penones Joning this sub-exchange, and
each aviation of citrus fruit growers be-
coming a member hereof, that any member
of this sub exchange withdrawing from it
by disposing of the fruit or produce owned.
grown, or controlled by him, her, it or them.
through any other source thas through this
sub exchange, as the agent al aforesid of
said Florida citrus Exchange, or withholding
the same from this sul. exchange, as such
ageut and without giving the notice herein-
before provided, shall forfeit to this sub-ex-
change as and for liquidated damages herein
(which is hereby settled and determined) to
this sub-exchange for such withdrawal or
withholding the sum of fifty cents per box.
for all citrus fruit or other produce produced.
owned or controlled, by him, her. it or them.
as the ase may be. during the year of said
withdrawal, or withholding and so withdrawn
from this sub-exchage. It is further heseby
understood and agreed that in case any former
member ofthis sub-exchange, who has with-
drawn fruit or produce from this sub-ex-
change.or has withheld the same as aforesaid.
and thereby has ceased to Im- a member of this
sab-exchange afterwards wishes to return
andlrejoin this sub-exchange, and exercise the
rights of a menvbet hereof, that the samie amay
he done by, and with the conseut only of'a
majority of the Board of l)irectors of this
stab eX hange. and upon paylmeit to this sub-
exchange of all penalties that have been a-se -
ed against him. her. it, or them as the case may
he. by this rub-exchauge and by the Florida
Citruis Exchange. and uot previously pail!.
ARTI('L IX
That the term for which this Sub-Exchange
shell exist is fifty years from and after the
date of its incorporation.
ARTICLE X
That the offers of this Stab Exchange
who shall transit its businea shall be
a Board of Directors, a Presideut and a Vie-
President and said President and Vice-
President, small also be the Presi lent and
Vice-Prsident, respectively, of said Board of
Director and each of them shall, at the time
of Allng aid office, be ia his own right, a
member of this tub-Exchbage or b* the
accredited representative of an Amociation of
oitre frut growers holding membership oei-
tisla, in this Suk-Rxuhane and muat he a


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Ite im ereby otha ndy agreed ati f Bu
nadesd, by andbteenab ald taen pderuo,

al- ell ms all of the t.iatoM edf iue fruitowned
Exengaa eatd i ly aude ehsed
u aned controlled Mbythe may hereafter
nd ks medme- ofia a b.xint ate S bof


eFlortta;e arpn to tast eand othe this SOubx-
Exchange isto bring about and carry into
eot. aqimeof mateal eospenratom between
tbe citru and ether produce grwers of the
State t Frida, ia the picking, packing.
handling. hlpipn.helln and marketing of
all citrus fruta, ard other produce owed,
grw. and eatroled by the members of cbhi
and kindred Meocistlon. in tbe State of
Fleridas;ad to that end that this Sub-lx-


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B. Qaidnr. ruj a rt, ],Florida.
W .arm. citoal y pinkt Florid.
P. W. Bhet. MiaM, PIrida.
.L laniW lslJ Oaerrsay, F Prida.
TATE OF FLORIDA. Coo ( or Banvao
Bsesle thd e rndm or tutherity, pesnal-
La B. sua, Wa. a.rp
r-1iand PW. w b. Wobte. e w
by duly sworn, did, each rh LUm-ce.
ons, m andaskowledg N ety PheMsube
My omm tiohe abm e popd .h ter of
the Idia Riv[r sb-axchang. ad it ed
hismal to th sam, for the m and purpose
metioned in tid Chater. and in order to
validate and acknowledge the me.
Geo. B. Gardner,
Wa.H Sharpe,
P. W. Roberts
B. Labocbhe.
Sworn to and submeribed before me, this the
4th day of October, 1909.
PuacY G. WAITOn.
Notary Public.
My commlinon expire on 9th day of July
112. [Seal]


Eat What


You want of the food you need

Kodol will dgest it


You need a sufcient amount of
good wholesome food and more than
this you need to fully digest it.
EBa you can't gain strength, nor
ean you strengthen your stomach if
t is weak.
You must eat in order to liveand
mainttan strength.
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a suffl.
Snt amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
nAd it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do it,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
gest the food.

Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak it needs help;
you must help it by giving it rest,
and Kodol will do that.


Our Guarantee
Go to your druggist today, and
purchase a dollar bottKe, ad if you
can honestly say, that you did not
receive any benefits from it, after
using the entire bottle, the drug-
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the price
of the bottle purchased by you
This offer applies to the large
bottle only and to but one In a
family.

We could not afford to make such
an offer, unless we positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us.
The dollar bottle contains 25 times
as much as the fifty cent bottle.

Kodol is made at the laboratories
of E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.


Sold by Banner Drug Store


ha less pressure on its crank buarger bearings, therefore p.shb-s easier and with les
energy than any ordinary bicycle. The acme of easy foot power is obtained in the
Recycle.
1908 Models are built with drop forged steel heads. crowns, and seat post clusters.
and frame made of the highest grade seamless English cold drawn steel tubing.
making Racyclsu as nearly non-brea'able as money, material and workmanship will
permit. cycles are shipped all over the world, because of their reputation for
durability and esy running.


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copy of "1

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cles Bold by

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Epilepsy,



Fits

"My son was cured of a very
bad case of epilepsy with Dr.
Miles' Nervine."
MRS. D. BAKER, Cleveland, O.
"My little daughter who was
afflicted with St. Vitus' Dance
is now entirely well after taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine only four
months."
MRS. C. G. BENNETT,
Alma, Mich.
Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus'
Dance and Spasms, are all nerv-
ous diseases. They have been
cured in so many instances with
Dr. Miles' Nervine that it is
reasonable to conclude that it is
almost sure to cure you. With
nervous diseases of a severe
type, persistent use has almost
invariably resulted in a complete
cure or lasting benefits, worth
many times the cost of the rem-
edy. The best evidence you can
get of its merits is to write to
those who have used it. Get a
bottle from your druggist. Take
it all according to directions, and
if it does not benefit he will re
turn your money.





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ALL UDtUUUIOlTS

S Wood' Descriptive

Fall Seed Catalog
'now ready. pives the fl.;:ic~
informatl u aoui. ail
Seeds for the

Farm and G rde,
Grasses and Clover:,
Vetches, Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye. Ba-ley, etc
Al. o tel.i ail .bout

Vcgetatle & :lowcr Sc Cs
that can he plant.l in the fall to
advantage and piou.t, and ahout
Hyacinths, Tulips and other
Flowering ulbs, Vegetable an
Strawbery Plants. Poury
Supplies and FerUlers.
t ver Former and Gsreepr *b' d
have thals Ctalrg IV 1 i;IVa uablu In
Its helpfuOness and sa.igetl\t ktles .|r
a profitable and .4al-factory Pai or
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e er attacks of
u'. s-e- e o rring suddenly at
oh n d thofthe day at i -
J* Imt s. These a- alt
-' l. pd X^in b eas M&
tlL~ailt alwe some pawn
Sn the nervous meters,
S f manufactured poison,
i because it is made in too
t tity or because constipa-
: u Wmey disease prevents its
_raid elIiation, accumulates in
the vati' ,"
IAn e-tial in the treatment of
se cames is dieting. Meat should
beiven up for a time at least, and
the only beerage allowable is water
or milk.-Youth's Companion.

TW ElMW MWIW
Hiaetry of the Ieek Art Treseume I
the Iritish Mtueem.
Thomas Bruce was descended
from King Robert Bruce of Scot-
land and wa- only a child when he
Succeeded to the title of Lord Elgin.
His preparatory studies were nadetle
at Ilarrow and at the Westminstcr
school, and lie then went to the
Scotch university of St. Andrews.
From here ie went to Paris to study
international law and then proceed-
ed to"Germany to learn military sci-
ence.
This long and careful education
to fit him for his high duties was
then considered as completed, and
Lord Elgin entered the army and
rose to the rank of general. But
his studies had developed a taste for
diplomacy, and he left the army and
went to Brussels as envoy, then to
Berlin and finally, in 1799, to Con-
stantinople as envoy extraordinary
at the porte. At this court Lord
Elgin remained for three years.
During this period the ide, suggest-
ed itself to him of getting posses-
sio of some of the treasures of
Greek art at Athens to transport
them to England.
At an expense of more tMhe
SSOOo he was able to get matn
of the most beautiful and value


Spf a| teg for the blti


it*ei~dyte the Brit-
S- m aud to have the value-
L ltr r tlm w hieh we
J OWr art museum., .
MI A oaleao f the hrim in the M.
gl|W onooo an marrvel of tight-
iS and lifedike form. The TvOi
lir ee s- aemjae
ina I n witA the blood in
dohlatl-L They seem to move
m to rNl their eye.
1 le~ g as there is a love for ar-
ttW work and a reverence for
Sthe Elgin marbles will he
the chief traures of the
museum.-Boston Globe.
Plowerse AIn a Mee Junle.
For four or five mile our road
passed through a mash, and for a
mile our bone asplahed stirup
dep in water. Then we ached
the ist ren of the foothills, and a
bqpial growth, denae and high,
S'in s upon ua and shut out the
last breath of air that in the open
arsh below had fanned our cheeks
ad im same degree made tolerable
the burning intensity of the noon-
day sm. Stately palms and gigan-
tie fern. with a luxuriant tropical
adergrqth, made impenetrable the
l ^ B J aane M IT d rr l
b mweg vine that titwined
themselves in the forest trees,
bboming shrubs and here and
there biastiful orchids and masses
of wild honeysukle gae a setting
0of olnelOu color and charged the
with delicious perfume.
-Oflag Moolne.
Net by the Awe
A farmer living in a wet and late
district in the east of Scotland
found times and seasons so against
him that he decided not to renew
his lease. Meeting his landlord the
other day, he said:
"I can mak' nothing o' sic wat and
sour land, and I'm no' goin' on wi't,
or I'l be ruined."
"Well, John, take time to think
t," said the landlord; "no doubt
we'll be able to come to terms. I
miht let you have the farm at a re-
duetion on the acre."
"Ah, laid," relied the farmer,
"your land should be let by the gal-
lon, no' by the acre '--London
Standard.
Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy has become
Ammoas for its cure of ooahs, colds, croup
and inluenam. Try it when in need. It
emnta *me s harml e e aad always
give prompt relief. Sold by all dealer.
Prediespition to Disease.
Children are seldom born diseased.
They may be born with a tendency
to disease because one or both par-
ents are suffering from it. As we
know, certain conditions favor the
development of certain diseases.
Place a child in conditions that have
produced disease in the parents, and
the tendency will be to produce the
same disease in the child. So we
sometimes find whole families die
of consumption or diphtheria or
something else, not because the dis-
ease was inherited or "caught." but
because the same conditions produce
the same result in all the cases.--
Nautilus.
Swegp Over iagara .


This terrible lamity often happens !be-
ame a carela eatman ignores the river's
waraia- rowing ripplemand faster currents
-natum e warninst are kind. That dull

t's diumm
i e1o i Bmsse oat e am d ee bsek-
Ie tre all ypa r bet ma.li. ream.


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of Illinois volnteers in the Black
Hawk war. Mr. Norman Ha o





in his "if. of Lie.oln" we te
that ur n this campaign an ainoln


ohe wl sidevlu coantetd with a
h c sm to ther tnme i-ate-

after getting tho nthat gate l







Slittle irl well e the
mingling of h and dlobt which
high fmee with an open gate,





htioipation h l for many people.






When she received her st "ver
own" doll after a succession of
teart a time Hte had rom ider
ssters she turned to heb me tot a
full of rapture
lT expected I'd have a doll bmet






day getting aid ro that g, at
d little girl hld evea have my





expect !"- xehange.
it ngl tim of ope and ml or uetehi
tihambron'hod U former many be rled
Whken the pe ce. f herfi lt "er
own" doll after a uccesrion if
trenuw iherited henrl eIwalder




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Them it is that Chamberlain's Lwlimeut is
faever folld wa I of nrptre.




cuts, woumns and brimse Chamberlain a Um-
iteat takes out the soremu and drives away
th expected. d I'd have doll me






Getting His Money's Worth.
eapete !"-fr mar at t te





in Lunnon!" roared Sandy indig-
nantlyio on his return to Croburgh
that C er, "but'a e must 'a' behad a





ue tote time see of the sinht doos.








"Seei' the iclit.!' roared Sandy.
"I didna see ya ibe d t thie ti .





waser fin nnon! Mon. In C n of din-
cuts, wounds and bruise Chamberlain't Us-
imeDt takm out the sorenei and drives arwy




thea sppse waso gng t be s dee
Getting Hir Money'& Worth.




by 61xtan e C beillun's a da did the











Liver TLaet. mad the healthy moiemdi of
harrge me for my room at the hote
in Lunnon!e roared S'andy indig-
nantly on chis return to Crobur?'
Burghs from kn sightseeing expedi-
tion.




"Ou, a e it wasna che'p," agreed

gey fine. Tomm seen' the siichts.o














(leorgie'. borrowed his father's
'Seein t the ohutin!" roared Sandy.
"I didna see a sicht a' the time I
was in Lunnon! Mon, mon, ye din-
nr suppose I was going to be stuck
that much for a room an" then no
get the propr use o'tril-londeo


iverhi Tobmem'. d the healthy cooditiol of
the body a bd mind which they eate, makre




htg dunno exactly." answered the





shotgun to po, huntin' ai Esmcral-


da Ann is thinking' of elopin'. I
never know how many I've got till
supper time comes, so's I can count
'em."-Washington Star.
A Shaking Up
May be very well so far as the trusts are con-
cerned. but not when it comes to chills and
fever and malaria. Quit the quinine and take
a real core-Balard's Herbine. Contains no
harmful dranp and is as certain as taxes If
it doe't curs, you get your money back.
Sold by all druntgiss.
Pos earache in two minutes; toothache or
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S) pm 1066 sI(Lv SL.Augusatine Ar 06 pm 705am
7 27 pm 1 66 am aLv .Est Palatka Lv 5 08 pm 6 0 am
n0t pm 32 pmLv... Ormond ....L 3A pm 4 am Pull.
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10 47 pm 4 pmLr .Rockledge. Lv 12 42pm I 44am
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11 0 p 5 O7 pm Lv...Melbourne l.v 12 02 pmj 03 am twee
I am 7 06 pm Lv Ft Pierce.. Lv 10 26 am II '0 pm Key ov
S4 am pm;Lv W. m Beach l.vb 04am pm north o
630 am II 30 pm Ar Miami L5v :0 am 6 00 pm ontral
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820 am .. ... Lv Hometead 1. 4 10 pm
1044 am ..... Lv Lon Ke v I 46am '
11 0 am .. Ar Knulbt- lKey Lv 100am
x00 pm ...r Key West I1.\ t;% amm
:6* 0 am .......... Ar Havana.. L :3 00 pm
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tTuesdays, Tbursdays and Saturday> 'lepariiare. from Key We.t
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..* i I from Mr. PNmsb a bU iI ow for c- i i 7g f
i 5'to-e. Ten. wn d. tth. Carter TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. *
-. J &JV =t 1i 4aecidemt eotta gl Satorday alght. A num- i -
$Qhis head ber of people from Arteda and the
1at g N al oMst the earnrof an ic box, cot-.lower pat of the islnd were pre-
m bt OqitasubInhlnlbheamd. Healso ent.
oek urtl s dde by falling over a chair B. Carter is helping F. W.Mun- AW
Ni1it. J. l Reed ahpped quite a number son with repairs on his barn and hay
i -AJpl daervllcesAi iof boweSof grapefruit Tuesday; this shed this week.
b onday ee- e.9 the first slpment from this The gardens are calling for rain P ritchard & Son
kftMa m w doVaem -Atof Mr. plae this MMOn. and the srawberry beds are espec- Jas. Pt1 &
v Me L. L JlBhe whilela Mr. and Jrs. John Macdonald are ially thirsty, but it has been ne e th
ep d to return from We w ar- weather for mak hay. Handle th Finest Lines of
'* X J.M. WPhanLv h bee rlatao., I., to their nice home at The social at the Munson home
ibv ilk___tef _--Me *lam- Ilamela Thursday. will be held on Saturday evening this Heavy and Shelf Hardware
r' hem met the paat month In the week instead of Friday, as announe- -- ....
f-L hMosI tal, nd will be 3a.!*in achl~ mIu.et to croup i a ed last week.
--i"sri" ncatio o-ofti*app eb Our rStock of
at ea UICmberla's aesse d l i at Mr. White, who has been at Rock- Our Stock Of
um 0.IAm.a"weveen aftr the es.basapp eared, it ledge for some time past, will move G n and Sporting Goods
VwlBDo .l ^on T 4ay for ,m al esk. sohis family to the bungalow at Oak t
a vW to tth rst.ibJack. Jile. 0= POE Hammock this week. Mr. White is is com plete at all tim es
r. W ad Ms. al. Ives, of PotW- doing some carpenter work for Mr. _
d,., N. y., 6 their win Chas. H. Starter, whopent the Wadsworth. Paints an Oils of Q ualit
b *0Ms BlMo tdllhts t week. ummnmer in Virginia, has returned to nt and Oils of Q u l y
Mr. Iesisg eeral manager of the his home in (ity Point and is greatlyI S. tms s k i. He a On Ofs ScuSpocialte g
ljd Crvi M VWg UiWe rtat pleased with the fine outlook for the I rheu. ay itching. Dn's Ointment. Your one of our Specialti
W l1t os hp had the City Point Citrus Growers' Asocia- druggist sells It
lj % mild tende r ti .and the IMdian River Sub-Ex- u EAU AT.TrT U Quotations for large or smaUl orders will
I aNqtpdded tohher large eet of change. His crop of 25,000 goes to Mrs. H. U. Hodgson, accompanied be given personal attention. Mail Orde
"0=0_ o. f the association. by her sister, Miss Danforth, arrived solicited and prompty filled
S.,, p ent of t J es Banks, of Atlanta, a prom- Tuesday from Ohio, where they
i IX g t t V Inent rower, i elected on Satur- pent a couple of months. rL-U X-ij
vg,, W b asJoie mJoied the associa- W. D. Harnage arrived Sunday
y tl El Wi, t on ad puttab 2,500 boxes of fruit. from Crystal, and is now assistant
hth w netnbeing g A leter frm Dr. W. B. Hotz operator at the F.E. C. office.
ms Ie s pected to sail from Rio de Mr. Gallager, of Jacksonville, spent H. L. BR A D Y & BR .
MI: SJkB^ M e rivel r ml harmpes. a visitor in town ue- rivebefore the middle of Novem- Re. R. F. Whitehurst and family, UU i IHy, Grain and all Food
,y drIt t her haadsome pony, her. of Melbourne, spent Wednesday in We handle produce of all kinds. We are agen's for Map'Fertiliers Wd
.w"hi w baesIn the eae of Mr. H. The City Point Citrus Growers town with their sister, Mrs. C. C. in the aove lines of goods and solicit the trade of all w u Write a for pi
sd t uSl. Aumoatiaton has leased from S. Hen-. H to nitinn andll (nrocerie. delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY A BIO.. TansVILL.K
Iim, tt l 1 n111120 11r. has leuaed from S. Hen-' Houston. ................... .....
The rgS otS. F. Travis&Co. have dry the long dock known as the Hatch Dr. Jones, of Miami, was in town D.H. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL. egistered Pb.lms
taking stock for thepaweek dock, and will proceed at once to put this week with a carload of cows. DU GS T O R
preparing for the opening of their it in good order to receive fruit from Mrs. Shull, of Melbourne, was in B A N N E R DU G S OR E
w briek store. the island. town Friday visiting her mother, W*It wvrvlll e, A oP1Arclt
The sa wall at foot of Williard In a letter to Rev. W. H. Creon, Mrs. Wallace, and sister, Mrs. E. E. Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
stet is a great Improvement, saying that an agent would be placed Macy.
Mr. Grmmes has had the bakery here Nov. 1st, Mr. J. P. Beckwith, Mrs. Annie Raulerson spent a few Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, C emic
building moved south to the end of vice-president, adds: "Be assured days this week in Melbourne visiting Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
his lot and will have the- river shore we are only too glad to be of service Mrs. R. F. Whitehurst. haven't in stock
frot of the hotel cleared and im- to our patrons at City Point, and Messrs. Redstone, McMillan, C. C. B. C. Edwards W. H. rd
proved, thus giving an unobstructed wish thai circumstances would per- Houston, E. Credell spent this week T IT U SV I IC E C O
view of the river. miti uobe more so." This spirit in Titusville attending court. I UV L L .
Mr. and Mrs. Wits, with her fath- of goodwill is much appreciated. A recital was given at Hotel Inn Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
er and his wife, are located in the The course of law ha quite ser- on Tuesday evening by Messrs.Tru by, Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points the Florids as Ceast
Taylor cottage for the winter. Mr. iously interrupted work at the new Henson, McAlf, of Ohio. Mr. Truby -
Wits represents the firm of A. F. Central packing house, so many men has a wonderful bass voice and his / *Qr'CQ''-r
Young Co., and has made Cocoa being summoned for jury dut. solos were very much appreciated. SECOND
his headquarters for several years. Mr. Mandaville is expecting to in- A reception was tendered Rev. J.
Miss Kate Eyer came home last stall a telephone in the office of the F. Carson and family at the parson- .
week. Miss yer has spent the sum- Indian River Sub-Exchange at the age on Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. C. TYP
mer in New York and while there new packing house. And next week Houston received the guests, and a 1TYP W RIT
selected stock for her curio store in we hope tobe in direct communica- ter meeting the pastor and wife they 2. 0 T J
Rockledge. tion with Titusville. were ushered into the spacious din- _1_ ______Ui
A lodge of Knights of Pythias was Messrs. L. P. Allen and Marion ing room and were served with de-F tna weiofrusc dh d y-
organized in Cocoa last week with Whaley, of Courtenay, were visitors licious refreshments by Mesdames C. For ten days we will offer our second hand Type-
twenty-five members at the first in- at City Point on Saturday. Both G. Redstone, R. P Macy, J. T. Snell, writers, viz: Smith Premiers, Remingtons, Mon-
sa e nt. these gentlemen are enthusiastic ex- J- 0. A r an E. S A very C archs, Fox, Yosts, Williams, Blickensderfers, etc. at
tallment tee gentlemen are enthusiastic ex- j. O. Andrew, and E. Spiller. A very prices from $2 to $5.M -:- Second hand Under-
Mrs. Lipp reached home Monday. change men. pleasant evening was spent by all woods from $50 to $75. -:- New Underwoods, the
She has visited since May with rela- A party consisting of Mr. Nord- present evening was spent y al machine you will eventually buy, $97.5 and up. .
ties in New York. man, W. S. Hart, B. F. Chilton, G. The launch "Mystic" was launched | .. Write For Descriptive Circulars....
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lemmert arrived B. Gardner and P. W. Roberts, after from Houston-McMillan ways and "
on Monday's train, having spent the the meeting of the Indian River Sub- will be put on the run between here 0 11 re p
summer at Long Lake, N. Y., and Exchange, were taken by Mr. R. B. and Cocoa during ('apt. '(asper's I r w
Baltimore, Md. Mr. Lemmert select- LaRoche to Courtenay and a pleas- visit to New York. Rumor is (apt. 3 1 II i l
ed thestock for his jewelry while antmorning wasspent goingthrough Casper will not come back alone. !" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
north, the several fine groves and inspect- Rtmem, r the educational rally at --- -
Mr. Sam Aldrich, one of the regu- ing the new association packing house the school htou.s e on Nov. :rd. at 9 . ..' .*


lar winter home folks, reached here at that place. o'clock. All are relqu.ted to be
last week. Children Cry pr"eset INDIAN RIVER COMP YANY
Miss Evelyn Travis and Miss Mar- OR FLETCHER'S ) A. Mason. of Macon, a.. IN D IA N IV EA Y
guerite Dixon visited Mrs. Frank has ben holding services at thc Hap- ales r a d
Allen, of City Point, on Saturday. C A S T R I A twist church this week. Dr. Mon tape ancy roce es
Mrs. Allen is still confined to her an of at ail and his inter- at Competitive Prices
bed but is graduallytainingestrength. sAting Bible subjects have twen GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP OGR ASF, ETC.
Her little daughter, Evelyn Estelle, Mr. and Mrs. Seaborn Wadsworth handled as only a man of his stand- AL L ENHUR ST, FL A. (AULOVR CuAIA
is getting to be quite an interesting and their daughter, Miss Helen, ar- ing could do.
bab. rived from Duxbury, Mass., last
Mr. Chas. Sams, of New Smyrna, Saturday and arenicely settled for Children Teething EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY C
who is visiting home folks at Courte- the winter at their pleasant home on "MR,, .WrN 1 '4Kb TH. 1 aa i M
ney, is a frequent visitor in town. the river front. of MOTHERS for their (HILDREN WHILEn
Te ETTHIN. with PERFEfT S ILt'LE L iti
The real estate Afirm of Taylor& While walking down the river )r0HES the CHILD.' ?OrEtNSthetiadt'lBI
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