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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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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S B SBOS SOS Remember he Alpine for lodging
D IN CAPP SHOES and quick lunch when in itusoville.
CAPP S Mr. W. E. Goldsmith and family
.m and $. spent Wednesday and yesterday in,
,THE SMARTEST SHOE Jacksonville, taking in the Carnival. |
ON FOOT I Mr. Chas Sams, of Courtenay, has
To behold them in all their original taken a position with the office force
beauty of material, perfect work- of the Ocean House, at New Smyrna,i
manship and elegance of design see for the coming winter season.
our window for a few of the nobby .
styles, then call inside and let usshow Mr. W. G. Patterson, of Cocoa,;
you that we have more styles than palM TIE STAR office a pleasant call
ever before shown in Titusville. yesterday afternoon. He was called i
Our Crossett shoes are winners at as a ror, but was excused and re-I
4.00 and $5.00, then the Abbott3.50, I
Prrfft- m dpiAl Q nn3. phalen, e9 a0n turned home last night.

and $2.50.
All standard makes double guaran-
Headquarters for Style and Value
Titusville, Florida.

SCircuit Court Now in Session
The fall term of the circuit court
for Brevard county was convened
Tuesday with Hon. M. S. Jones pre-
The first criminal business to come
up was the Newsome case, transfer-
red here from St. Lucie county, for
a new trial, which commenced yes-
terday afternoon.
Up to the time of our going to
press this morning nine jurors have
been accepted to try the Newsome
case with about thirty-six names on
the venire to secure the remaining
This promises to be a hard fought
case and a large number of witnesses
are here to appear.
The grand jury has been in session
since Tuesday and is composed of
the following citizens of the county:

.a -L o .nsh amSd peth
Get yer boy' and girls' school.
d 6 largest line shown in the
ity, at Branning's.
Mr. and Mrs. 9. A. Morgan went
to Mandari Wednesday andattend-
d the Carnival in Jacksonville yes-
Mr. R Walker arrived home
olday night from a bsinesstrip to
Baltimore, and made a flying trip to
Jacksoville Wednesday.
Mr. J. P. Wilson is listing Tax
Ameor W.H. Hall this week in
bompltlng the ameMment books for
presanmi to the county commismon-
es next week.
Tbe Flori Purag agency,
Palatka, is taking orders for another
ear wire fencing, 46 inch, delivered
Titsuille, 81 events. Also agents
Cypber incubator.
Mr. R. R. Gadwin, f Fort Pierce,
spent a part of Saturday and Sunday
in town on account of the illness of
his father, Mr. S. N. Gladwin, who is
sne better we are pleased to state.
The houseboat Vagabondia is now
at St. Agpstine awaiting the arrival
of her owner, Mr. Mellon and party,
who will board her there and proceed
on a mcuse down the inside route to
the keys.
Mrs. G. F. Durea and son and
daughter, Miss Sadie and Master Foy
are spending Carnival week in Jack-
sonville with Mrs. Duren's sister,
Mrs. A. W. Buie, leaving for that
plac Tuesday.
The DeLand News is authority for
the statement that J. E. Patillo, of
Osteen, who has a very fine grove
near Shiloh, on the Indian river, has
sold his crop of grapefruit on the
trees at $2.50. He has a very fine
crop of smooth fruit. This is the
best price the News has heard of this
The Sanford and Geneva Steam-
boat company is the latest organiza-
tion in shipping circles, and the new
company will operate a daily steamer
between Sanford and Lake Harney.
C. L Pagenhart is general manager
of the new company and has recently
added the new steamer Alligator tc
the line.
E. E. Bass was convicted at Bar
tow about two weeks ago for cattit
stealing. Bass made a strong fight
claiming he was hired by Parker tc
drive the cattle away and did not
know they were stolen, but the evi
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James Tuttle
Geo. B. Faber
Wm. Watton
B. F. Beal
P. L. Kyzer
M. B. Metzger
E. H. Nauman
A. A. Bethea
W. J. Ragan
was elected as fore-

Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's clothing, new and up-to-date
styles. We will also place on sale
about 500 pairs of men's trousers,
prices ranging from $1.M to $6.0.
Titusville, Florida.
Miss Johnson Entertains
Miss Mamie Johnson entertained i
Party of her young friends at tht
Palmhurst last Friday night in honor
Y of Miss Mabel M. Schuyler, of Wal
0 ton, who has been visiting Mr. am
Mrs. P. H. Wright.
A musical and dancing provided
Most pleasant evening's entertain
, mcnt supplemented by refreshment:
o served in the spacious dining room.
t Mrs. Petterson and Meis Schuylei
- played the piano. and Mrs. T. B. Wil
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Opening Sale ]
MONDAY, Nov. 2, 1908.
Souvenirs will be given to *ll
purchasers Monday
This has been a busy week with us. !
Think of it-we have opened up al-
most a carload of goods in our var-
ious lines.
You can find almost anything you
wish in wearing apparel.
It would be impossible to enumer-, t
ate all the bargains we have for you.
Special prices in dress goods and
dry goods of all descriptions.
ItNhialrllI, I d,-ao.

-I J IfVLuaot, &r a uiu.
Editor W. D. Bell, of the Sanford Souvenirs will be given to all
Chronicle, also attorney-at-law, call- purchasers Monday i
ed at THE STAR office Tuesday while -- -- -- --
in town attending to a chancery case Church Notes
he had before Judge Jones. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
To the hunters who have not al- LaGrange on Sunday next at 11 a. m.,
ready gotten their boots: Call and let and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
us fit you up in the "Crossett" make Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at City
$5.00 and $8.00, the kind they all Point Sunday, Nov. 1st at 10:30 a. m.
wear. To be found only at Branning's At 7:30 in the evening he will begin
Capt. J. L. Sill, assistant inspe-tor a revival meeting at Eau Gallie, be-
of the U. S. Life Saving Service, R. ing assisted by Rev. J. B. Harris, of
C. S., is expected to be here in a few Kentucky. All welcome.
days for the purpose of inspecting Services at M E. church south:
the house of refuge at Chester Shoals. Preaching by pastor Sunday. Nov.
r. a Mrs i Mi 1st at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., Sunday
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson Misschool at 3 p. prayereeting
school at 3 p. m., prayermeeting
Helen and Master Carl Wilson left
Monday for Jacksonville to take in every Wednesday at 7 p. m., preach-
the Carnival and visit with their ing by pastor at Mims Sunday at 3:30
daughter and sister, Mrs. W. Carl p. m. Come again! You are wei-
Thomas. come.
Mr. H. B. Mace is expected to ar- Hotel Palmhurst Arrivals
rive in town about the first of next J R Elliot, Atlanta; M B Platt, L E
week from Williams Bridge, N. Y., Adams, Melbourne; SM Stephens, Lake-
to spend the winter as has been his land; JR Field. Jr, Indianolai NL Bed-
custom for a number of years past. fordNewSmyrna; Chas.V.Gailerand
e h r a e a t wife, Daytona; J B Jones, Georgiana;
He has rooms already engaged at the J H Allen, W A Abney, Allenhurst;
Palmhurst. G L McBars, Mich; J A Rush. Macon;
AT THE PALMHURST AND SEE derman and wife, Fort Pierce; Wakely.
WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN MISSING. Hampton. St Augustine; L Woods.
Mrs. A. S. Dixon, of Cocoa, spent C J Farrell. Athens. Ga: Ray Coe, J B
a part of Saturday and Sunday in Hughes, Jas K Duren, Hastings. Fla;
town on account of h father's ill- J C Williams, Oak Hill; Jim Starling.
ness, Capt. C. F. Pischer. Her Mims; Chas D Clarke, Tallahassee;G H
das Pt hs jt Coutrell, St Louis; Jas A Newsome and
daughter, Miss Pet Dixon, has just son. W Fort Meade: F i. Hemmings and
entered St. Josephs academy, in St. wife, Chas R Parker. G R Broome, Rus-
Augustine, for the coming year. sell Davis, Mrs Jennings and son. Jas E
Mrs. C. L. Faber, and Mr. and Andrews, Fort Pierce: 0 KKey and
Mrs. S. G. Vanlandingimam, of Fort wife, Cocoa; C L Taylor. A R Hodg-
Pierce; Misses Mary and Leona and son, Eau Gallie; Gray McCalley. Rich-
Mr. Jeff Carruthers, of Sanford; Mr. mond R S Nelson. New Smyrna; J C
Marcus Gould, of St. Augustine, Jones, Orlando; I M Cox, Jacksonville;
Marcus Gould, of St. Augustine,
were visiting with friends in Titus- Thos Palmer. Tampa: Thos H Walker.
were visiting with friends i Titus- Greenwood. S C: W I Metralf, West
ville during the campmeeting Satur- Palm Beach; E W Irwin. Lake City;
day, Sunday and Monday. Sternley Wilson, Baltimore; J B Coars-
Cigars! Cigars! ey. Savannah: Gee White. Cocoa; D L
cigars! cigars. Gaulden, DeLand: H J Magruder. Oak
e Do you like a good smoke? You Hill: B D Fudge. Atlanta: L T Allen.
r can get one at our store. All kinds, Sanford; R H Seymour. Miami: D E
sizes, shapes and prices of cigars toRidi. S C; J A ars. hicag
suit everybody. We are agents of Ridgill, S ; A arson. Chicago: Jn"
1 the National Cigar Stands Co. This K Breast, Nashvil': (' E (;r.nlhaf.
insures the quality to be better for Charlotte, N (: A J Hamil Jr. Amteri-
a the price than other makes. A hy- cus: (Go C Ric.hmni.'l, Valdo.ta: E 1)
grometer show that they are just ReId. Gainesville. F'a: Ida M L.,urvce.
right as to moisture. Try them and T J Murray. New Smyrna;.J W IPrkim.
s be convinced. Your favorite brand )el.and. E I Blankenship. A!:arnta.
of other cigars still on hand at Ban- Wi4iiarm ;rten. K'ixv,!le ; A ,orl, .
r tnr Drug Store. Miani; Et H Sadlt.r. W H .,,hn. ..
HaltimEor; .1 J J o. A ish '. W \
Quiet Town Election ,, .. .
v The weleksc. N Y n .ti M te 'har .
The election for town oicers MIon- i ,..e C L ,'ifion. v W Elrir... :,..i

Stewart pleaaea guilty ana Ins sen- Isolngs. tii.K gay parE? ulp rstu a .
tence was suspended on condition of little after 11 o'clock. day was a quiet atfair. unly :;0i votes
I being polled in all. 1. Wilsn fr
good behavior for two years. p
Mrs. C. A. Carpenter of Philade- Storm Damages Motor Boat mayor. and J. N. Waller for marshal.
Mrs. C. A. Carpenter, of Philadel- .
phia, who has been visiting here with During the heavy blow from the Vah'-h received 29.: J. 1 Wi.'n f-or
her sisters, Mrs. J. Wager and Mliss s)outheat at early We tnslay mirnii twri rk. a1 Jhn il. fr
E. J. Clapper, since the early part of Mhl. Lon Wilson's launch \ ~ carried '-.each :;'. v t -.: anl \\. E. ( ;,d-
E. J. Ciappei. since the car!. part of, I I 1 I t
July, returned home Wednesday, up against the oil railr',a 1 t ,k by smith and V. ''. V\\ rly ach rcctivted
thoroughly pleased with our Florida the dragging of her a:chor and b being -* Votes. W\. Norwo W,. J. H. Kit-
summer weather. Mrs. Carpenter borne down by Mr. A. Bradv's launch tles and! A. A. Iethea .srved a- in-
summer weather. Mrs. carpenterr v .
may conclude to visit Titusvil!e again which resulted in severe damage to spectors. ani .J. P. \ilson actedl a-
the Wilson boat bef Sh\ 4he was re- clork.
another year, when we hope she may the filson bhat er L,:'u ti i was rt.lclng k.
select the winter time for her trip to leas' l from her rilu position. Titusville Bottling Works.
the Land of Flowers. Two holes were stove into th.e !ittom. 1. G(;Ot)MA. 'PRoPRElti:.
awning posts, chating rail and other r 'l cd
Ii *Manufacturer of carb,,nate, l hv-
Automobile for Sale Idamages, in all amounting to some- era Special of Pepsi-Cola. high
Cadillac model M 1907. First class thing like ~10.I were sustained. The grade Ginger Ale. and a full line of
condition. $500 cash. Box F, Cocoa, Brady launch fared niuch better and assorted sodas. Write for prices in
Fla. came off with slight injury. case loit f. o. b.

Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
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SStandard Sewing Machine
If you have eve trouble. h.alache or
nervousness go to Jacksonville. see Dr. The best and lightest running on the
Arm.,r.-n, I n aur market. does both chain and lock stitch

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For Rent
A t%lot- rv hroue fn'inting a on the
Baran~a river, central I-wtween Ca-
naveral and Artecsia piistorfiies. For
particulars apply to Mrs. L. A. Mak-
Kenzie, Canaveral. Fla.

cient City. They were away about
seven weeks in all.
The Canaveral club boat Widgeon
is being tixed up this week by Capt.
Nelson for the winter service between
this place and the club house, pre-
Ipai'at t:. t, the opening, which will
bl sonir time the latter part of No-
\e:;iri. .Mi-s Brown, of Boston,
\\i'i i chiharge of the club house
this .;L'oi for her third term. The
Wiig..r"~! .ll tbe i'i cornm and (iof
('adpt. . vi Q i.. :ermanri, r.. of
Nathan. vi%-We hi r,, .er. ('apt. Floyd
Quarterman. wh, mrnman'led the
Vild'-,n for .ve\ra' w;ason, andl has
r'i'.d 'I to P) aim l !'a
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Sout. ',.... ., 'l. ir n'in.g l feet
r i lI ian i i, tr. S..e ral bearing
, .i : -' a -i I rai -I r .' trees.
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Orlando. Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
About m acres of good high land on
the east or ocean side of the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:

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Dr. Miller, Dentist, Tittusvie.
Titusville was well repress ntd at
:he Carnival festivities in Jakom-
ville this week.
Citrus trees grown on high pine
land. Address Indian River Nur-
series, Toledo, Florida.
Mrs. J. C. Spell left Wednaday
for her old home in Kentucky where
she expects to spend about a month.
Our line of ladies' shoes, "Queen
Quality," make a most complete
stock of all the season's latest styles,
at Branning's.
Capt. Jack Laflin arrived on the
11:15 p. m. train Sunday and will
soon have his cruising schooner, the
"Captain Jack" in commission.
Mr. Al Ford, who owns a
iness at Vero, is attending court here
this week a witness in the Newsome
case. He gave us a pleasant call
Mr. Geo. B. Nauman, assistant to
the keeper of Jupiter light house,
spent from Saturday until Monday
afternoon with relatives and friends
in Titusville and gave THE STAs a
pleasant call.
The old square piano, which has
done so many years service in the In-
dian River hotel, was disposed of
Monday to Bell & Ivans, who are con-
ducting a refreshment stand and en-
tertainment hall for colored people
near the big mill of the Titusville
Lumber (o.
The Daytona Journal says that
Mrs. Will C. Nash, who was called to
Moundsville, W. Va., some weeks
since to the bedside of her mother,
Mrs. Martin, returned last Wednes-
day bringing her mother with her.
Mrs. Martin is improving in this
Genial climate.
I Com. J. Lorillard, Jr., and family
Returned home from their cruise to
St. Augustine on the commodore's
i houseboat, Arrah Wanna, last Satur-
Iday, accompanied by Mrs. Lorillard's
mother, who joined them at the An-

J. Z. Kyzer
J. H. Wilson
A. L. Bruner
F. H. Black
B. W. Watton
W. T. Mathers
J. M. McCrory
J. A. Prevatt
J. H. Kittles
Wm. Watton


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ail erIy ain r n the
-l-aeI- -b ne stable paper.n

theem a cetl y rea e
4 tofg isestry, and they
'p ip Woo ote that thOe vat qa n-

,^5of iu,-iL hietoI orecy, osides-
*i a& g desoqed every year by
eg O e Iassd, am thus saving
C' the memming wood reserve
L a ag bringing about the
IetIpapm r from an annual

1% ftap pohrnpmplesofttis
I 9W -'hve bee manufactured In
-by Dr. L. Bristol and
* n--" to at the new laboratory,
l aylIvsaik avenue southeast
we% m a b n at the bureau offce
N 1 tVow4 ad they consist of fler
iei Ib ve colors. One grade os
I &Was nyps thick and heavy, reem-
Mb paemesat It Is almost as tough
the Morical sheepskin. There is
a 1ab gray of the same character
w ab aes ato yellow and one of white.
atte r are manufactured from the
at outMie part of the stalk, and the
S --er tem the Interior or pith.
Wh yealow grades have much longer
b reeamblHing paper made from cot-
tel ma or linen, soft to the touch,
M sl- ad appear to havr been lade
tr material entirely of different
e ate fr tem that used In the gray

Te eheamtts used the "soda cooked"
poses, which many manufacturers
have discovered to be the best treat-
ma t for the fer grades of wood pulp.
.Te cor talk pulp can be cooked in
two or two a a halt hours as against
twelve to fourteen hours needed in
trusting wood. The surprising discov-
ty also was made that In the present
palattivpe stp im experimentation
esmlaW paper can be made almost as
theply as wood paper, though the lat-
r ladustry has been developing
through Afty years. The belief Is ex-
preed that when proper machinery Is
brought out and the farmers grow corn-
stalks In localities where It can be
moved cheaply to the mills of the fu-
tare the cost will be fully 50 per cent
em than wood paper.
At the present time, with wood at
$ a gord, paper pulp can be manufac-
tard at $13 a ton. With cornstalks at
$5 a too, and, adding the cost of bring-
ing the stalks from nearby farms to
the Washington laboratory, pulp can
be manufactured at $14 a ton. These
figures are regarded as prophetic of the
future, o new product ever having
een produced in the past at anywhere
earm the price reached subtsequeutl
with commercial development.
"No special growth of corn is need-
ed," said one of the chemists. 'us our

will do. We used common Vtirginl:i
mad Maryland field corn. liTht growing
and destroyed In lliulnls and Ilndiana.
Maine and Texas, will do juit as well.
"The discovery Is uniloul'telly. *'.ne cft
the moat valuable of its kind ut:,'! re.
cently. It will add myllnhui of d,!lars
to the pockets of farmers. sti n Icart ia
stop to forest destru'citin taitl f'rnighl
the country with uu p io a. .a ,ho*1 'iut a,
mIuch heavier puroer tl:tin OI'it no'e ita


Steam Shovel at Panama Cut Through
Bushel of Dynamite.
Diggers of the Pau; caiil cL')t :it
new side light on the constant danuger
in their occupatlon a short rnne auo,
when a steam sioitel at rolrk on :a

rock section of casual No. "'. between
Matachin and Gorgti:i. cut through
about a bushel of dyna:ite lejaply im-
bedded in the rock and lumped it into,
a waiting truck. According to, alvices
recently received at Washingtou from
the Isthmus, the gulch was crowded
with workmen at the time. and only
the defective condition of the old ex-
plive prevented a fatal accident.
The dynamite was evidently a rell.
of the French operations on the isth-
as. It was in large sticks, apparent-
ly in a perfect state of preservtlion.
though the trademark of a Frencti
manufacturing concern on them bore
a date that was deciphered to be Nov.
A. 1867. After the scare subskied.
however, the engineers in charge tried
to explode the old dynamite without

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_as k min e am naey-
I- m i Wbmom dovdopsa, a
SompIMd -today. nae of
U --se we bemes f tthe
U.lt1d St0tSO a labyrith of winding
waInh MaI p-asxes and hidden steps.
having been re strueted with the idea
of ceaftsing any day or midnight In-
trial. eam the playhouse. which is
Wamndd itr Mr. Rockefeller's grand-
eldrn, is connected with the reil-
deir by a tunel or half sanken cov-
ered paumageway.

Cold Weather Advice
toall is to ware of ooes sad colds on the
ehes; as elected ther readily lead to co-.
nanlp ponemomia or other paluomry
trees Jet a soon a the coae h appeals
tret it with Bialld's Horehouad 8yrup the
andr4 eare Amerier. Ue as directd-
rfeely hrnmlem. A care and preventive
Jallldiseassof the lunm. Price 2c, o0c
and $1.00 per bottle. sold by Titusville
Pharmacy and Baaner Drug Store.

A eetle Stery.
A beetle weighing two grains is able
to move a weight of five and one-half
ounces, or 1320 times its own weight.
A man weighing 150 pounds. if pro-
portionately strong, could thus move
198W000 pounds or nearly a hundred
tons. Some years ago I captured a
very handsome beetle and placed it
under a beaker-a thin tumbler used
in chemical analysis-on a shelf of my
laboratory. A few hours after the
beetle had disappeared very mysteri-
ously. the beaker remaining inverted.
He was recaptured and again placed
under the beaker. I watched the re-
suit and presently found that the
beetle walked the tumbler along the
shelf till It reached the edge, then
crept out and fell as soon as the over-
hang was suffcient to afford room for
ewcupe.-W. Mattlen Williams in the
Gentleman's Magazine.

When a healthy man or woman be-
gins to run down without apparent
cause, becomes weak, languid, de-
pressed, suffers backache, headache,
dizzy spells and urinary disorders,
look to the kidneys for the cause of
it all. Keep the kidneys well and
they will keep you well. Doan's kid-
ney pills cure sick kidneys and keep
them well. Here is Titusville testi-
mony to prove it.
Mrs. Calvin Hunt, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., says: "Prior to using
Doan's Kidney pills I suffered severe-
ly from dull, nagging backaches.
There was also a soreness and lame-
ness across the small of my back
which bothered me both day and
night. If I stooped I could hardly
straighten. No position I assumed
was comfortable and mornings upon
arising my back would be very lame.
My housewoxk became a burden and
some days I las hardly able to attend
to my duties. It was finally my good
fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney
pills, and I procured a box. Since
using them I have been free from
backaches, the lameness and soreness
has vanished and I can now do my
work with ease and comfort. You
are welcome to use my name as one
who can recommend Doan's Kidney
pills very highly."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.

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TO oa Nm i I"w us up Be ver
Mi Y*eew UBe" Uitil Tnwsmy..
"Stop trying a revolver and quit
eading yellow backs Mtll you are
twenty-one. Then come around to my
edce and I will give you a check for
$100 to help you along."
Judge John T. Sims of Kansas City.
Ka.., was moved to generosity the
other morning when James Higgins of
2800 North Tremont street, Kansas
City, a youth of sixteen, entered the
police courtroom in that city and, step-
ping up to the desk. laid down a 32
caliber revolver and a pfil of paper
back novels.
"There they are. Judge. all of them"
he said He started to run away, but
a new thought struck him. "I like
to read stories of hunting and of ad-
venture and, as for the revolver, 1
only used it to practice shooting when
I went down to the river bank."
Judge Sims .looked at the paper
backs. Two of them were of the Tip
Top Weekly series and were entitled
"Dick Merriwell In the Wilds" and
"Dick Merriwell's Red Comrade," both
stories of hunting in the mountains.
The other was of the Nick Carter
Weekly series, entitled "Nick Carter's
Japanese Rival." It was a detective
story of Japan.
"These may not be so bad," Judge
81ms commented. "But as a general
proposition such reading Is bad for a
boy, and too often it leads to evil.
There is something good in you. some-
thing hopeful something manly. See
that you quit reading such things. stop
carrying a guni. make a :man of your-
self and the $100 is yours."


Kidney Troubles Way be Sapping
Your Life Away. Titusville Peo-
pie Have Learned This Fact

Our Gmwnte
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can bM Mstlya *a-t- Md
receive may mbu tt afer
usg the eatU bte l the drug
gist will refnd your AMF to Yl
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the prm
of the bottle purcha-d by yoo.
This offer applies to the lar
bottle only and to but one In i

We could not afford to make such
an offer, unless we goaltively knw
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us.
The dollar bottle contains 2% time
as much as the fifty cent btte.

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

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Hew a Goed Bluf Worked.
At 10 o'clock the cashier nl a cer-
talu establishment was seized with In-
fuenza. At noon the bookkeeper gasp-
ed and collapsed. Both men were sent
home in cabs, and the crippled estab-
lshment was left to get along as well
as it could in such unforeseen circum-
At 1:30 the typist announced that be
must goind put his feet into hot wa-
ter or his dissolution would follow. He
was given permission to save his life.
At 2 o'clock the three clerks suc-
cumbed together. They attributed the
attack to some fish of which they bad
Incautiously partaken.
The proprietor was now left alone,
save folRhe presence of one small of-
fice boy. Presently be arose and put on
his hat with a determined air.
"Tommy." he said. "I think you and I
had better go and see the game too""-
Liverpool Mercury.
Where They Got Off.
The elderly matron with the bundles,
who was Journeying to a polnt in Wis-
consin and occupied a seat near the
middle of the car. had fallen asleep.
On the seat in frout of her sat a little
boy. The brakeman opened the door of
the car and called out the naue of the
station the train was approaching. The
elderly woman roused herself with a
"Where are we now. Bobby?" she
"I don't kuow. grandma." answered
the little boy.
"Lilin't the brakeman say soumeihing
just now?"
"No. lie just stiu li his he::d insidl,
thee li, r iuIl s; '.7.>'l "
*l'Ip I we with lth.-e thiiu;-. ,,bl iy: "
-hf e*:,'i.:!i u'd hurii liy This is Osh
; -.!. It's where ve g't of."-- Ex-

A "Dry" Expotition.
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IleTer and liiirlc is ki'uv \ to i hl:i'v lt'be.'e
a reio.nt louri oe ct tof venulie is ,l .r -r
1\i,, ,itl",nls. Tl'he ii'l'i in it taik0-
.aiis ito in:ake, It ki,'o ii tthiat ,til th.'
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Excellent Health Advice
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ilt',N S;ill .I ,M k 1, I1':l i "T *1 v\.% l tlh f't E!f -
tric tlittlie ..I :a a ,'t-i'al't! ttiiiv itliiledy. for
hewtlache. hiiliu-i. t.s iiil an i tirp r uf liver aill
hwels. is s prl ,ieo lt lhat I a -r i ;'r>, ptel
to say a word in its favor tfor ithi i. ni. iil of
thioe seeking relief fruim uth 1 1a i tio i ii..
in a bottle of Electric Bitters thull i any
other t-medy I know of.- Sold under euar-.
autee at Banner Drug Store. -o..

Soothes itchiug skin. Heals cuts or urns
without a Car. Cures piles. eczenua. alt
rheam. any itching. Doan's Oiutui-nit. Your

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You need a saffldet anoa t of
good wholesome food and more tba
this you need to fully digest t.
Else you can't gain strength, nor
fan you strengthen your stomach If
It is weak.
You must eat in order to live and
maintain strength.
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a sumfo-
lent amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
and 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 ieak it needs help;
you must help It by giving it rest,
and Kodol will do that.

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Prtably au w peso real"su the es-
-a to whbh the acts of a preside~-
tial andiate have been systematlzed
to raet years, and from the numerous
questions put to every mepaber'of the
Taft party It would seem that a de-
scriptloo of the Taft special train and
the life and doing that center about It
would prove of Interest. The Taft
special, as It it termed by railroad
men and others, consists of sai ears-
a private car, the Constitutito. which
Is occupied by the eandldat* and his
immediate suit; another, the Riva,
which is occupied by other members
of the suit and by some newspaper
men; a compartment car. the Alabama,
which is devoted to the nse of other
newspaper correspondents, and a din,
ltg car, sleeping car and baggage car.
Mr. Taft has a fairly good sized
room In the Constitution, and adjoin-
ing his stateroom is one occupied by
James T. Williama, Jr., the special
representative of Chairman Illtchcock.
and by Fred W. Carpenter. Mr. Taft's
secretary. A third room is occupied
by Colonel Dan Ianadell. sergeant at
arms of the senate, who Is In charge
of the train, and the fourth is the den
of Dr. J. J. Richardson, the noted
throat specialist of Washington, whose
mllinitrations have made po sille the
tremendous amount of il'lakinli done
by the candidate on this tir!l. syn13s a
Pt. Louls dispatch to the New York
Tribune. At either end of thle ',onstl-
tutlon lire slitiiat rooniS, one1 of which
Is used as a dinlin rooii. The rear
silttig room was inteiindl fi r the
el.'-clal use of .Indge Taft. Iut it iI
uuii-.illy so I',rowded b"y loval ourninit-
t'4- l th .it ihe 14 ,ui ill '!!rdt tI rteii:int :il-
ii -i't io iistaii I ii. Ii s s l;!i-'i'tr ii. fotr.
In the olpiion of lDr. li i.h:Ird.soi,
talking whle the trinin 1- Iin iitlt n, is
illlllnst as trytlnL tl Mr. 'l':t "'. ii as
Is 'l"p tkln,- from tI fl roar pIill ''ri'ii at
the' li rlil ti, s.l 4
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a 1i11% N\ ,s l r w rilr 'I h."i k.- , 1; w ti li,
I., %I \ 1i i ,'1" aIi l i IllI, it l -S. \ .l ;i : -
l,. ni 'sol iil l gl6a.', ainld :;il d ,i > ln:
; ilili i t f tlit- %lW ri iil, 1 liit ift,*- i
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Sat wh he speaks and
Vi ees wich be b think
WM e e i t sto the prII repr-
aW I* Usually at each station the
Newspaper men scatter through the
elCwd, soamd the local sentiment and
fMter sech "local color" as they be-
lieve will be of use n the preparation
of their dispathes. When, as fre-
quently happens, always for the one
big speech of the day, Judge Taft
leaves the train to go to some plat
form or auditorium, the first four au-
tomobiles or carriages, after the two
occupied by the candidate and his Im-
mediate silt, ar assigned to the mem-
bers of the press who accompany him
on his rounds and who are gives
seats on the stand or stage, as the
ease iamy be. Between stops the news-
paper men interview members of the
state organizations on the political
situation in their respective states,
consult the candidate himself and pre-
pare their dispatches.
Few members of the party and none
of the press contingent manage to ob
tain more than seven hours' sleep out
of the twenty-four, and often the pe
riod is shorter, except when the Sun-
day rest is taken, and then th- entire
party repairs to a hotel SIad Iltdulll In
the luxury of a batlih ani ai li111; l',I;
on a bed that does inot jump four wiay
at once, as do usually the sletlpiti c"ar
berths its the Taft s e 'l;il tlitrh!cer-;
over the road after mii:l.ini a Hi,.veld of
considerably more t!iil si\ty nii
hour. Every sutp and every short
speech-and Mr. Taift hai.s t.rli innw:,ig
from fifteen to el;htteten a tl-i i>: anl
Incident to lie :carefiltly rl,.i r;id. amiu,
It is ,only at the cl'(set of the tl:\v th11t
the various, c 'rit.*tp'n.d ntls aire aid.I. .
l ort out t I I 1(- : **. Ili|> ,i" liil fi '"-it
.w i .'l, to c4.',,4 ril t -itH ii" I i -l.I hi
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Oood. New SiekeI. Weoke ortOrli: 1o. and
M coatse* er b. Writ* or ee ample, sad boon-
let onBealt. Addoess
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A gridironed field that huge stands de-
With a great grim gallows at either end,
A bullying wind and a frightened sky
And a leather ball that goes dancing by-
The hour has struck again for the doughty
football men.
And It' "Fall. there; fall, ladI
You're snatching at the ball.
That's not the game at all. lad!
Again. now-that's ell done!
Quick. now': uick. man!
Don't lie there like a .sik mnan
Lively' That's the trick, manr-pick up
your feet and ruiin"
A-sprawl full length on the sort browr
They watch the handling of kick and
And the sllple!y duinni!es 8squeak and
8%w iAg
As ea.'i in his turn the tacklers s.pring.
Anri the v Ntei.,n in:it shirk. but the nov-

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Tl'halt' t!e,, w vay to do it 1.,'X
You'ri' learrianTg- le;trniiiig ft.i.t.

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tuiate twety mneI Boem the m--
tier. the i y to a advance hIs T
key and the osly diret and mie
str te rmute toward C-n-toh-ipl
Adrianope would, it appears certaaly
be the object of the initial movements
of the Bulgarian army. On the west
the Rhodope Balkans present an ira-
passable barrier to troops. On the east
to the Black sea. the Turks have
spread a series of forts, strongly ga.
risoned, all along the frontier.
To guard Adrianople and the fron-
tier east of that point the Turks have
concentrated there and lu nearby
cities nearly 50.000 of their most sea.
soned troops. Four divisions of the
Second army corps, comprising 42.000
men. are distributed as follows: One
at P'ustalha Pasha.on the frontier: two
at Aldritnunicle and one at
lFrom the latter Ipoint det:i.achments are
spread ,out in fan shape along. the
frontier. garrisons being stationed at
Varsal. Malkosb arid elsewhere.
In these c-ircumlistHanr'e?. taking it f,,r
grantedt tliit tlhe Hilgarinshiir wuhl de-
IPend for their triiiiilmh on a siue-.',.si .ii
iof quick blows lIbfore the T'ur:ilsh
forces' could iollilxlle, they will not
waste ti!ue on att:tcks ,io thlie fr.ller
losit.hut woui4 fl ;iirr.-h l.i'r.tly ,I1 .\tldri-
anorlt, I..:vit; Ith. Sixti' :1!i l S ev-
e in the W ster Ti p,:nrlf f I' i ir hi. iw terri
tory to thre:it:lr i lIth, p;,isti, i l ,! n!
Third army .orls .of the 'l'rkish .I!.rl iv
alt Uskul.. the r'est of rtl :iri ct lii
sistinlit of 17T.1iniM 1114n11. ',iftl ,he .',1 .-
'e tiirrilt'e linear l'i>t;;!ia l':i-' l::i. :illt
in ';ise of a sun,. '.ful ;, i, i
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Utve fot ramo, b a mzae Im
rglinal with Dr. PlerA and t th
us of a rop of alcohol, triplaleai ai
chemically pure glycerine be~al ii h
stead In extracting and prieserin the
curative virtues riding lh the too
employed, these medicias are enUrey
free from the objection of dot harm
by creating an appetite for either al-
coholic beverages or habit forming
drugs. Examine the formula on their
bottle wrappers-tho same as swor to by
Dr. Pierce. and y,.u witl fnd that his
"Golden Medical Discovery," the gat,
blood-puritier, stomach tonic and bowel
regulator-the medicine which, while not
recommended to cure consumptioO in its
advanced stages(no medicine will do hatt
yet does cure all those catarrhal conad
tions of head and throat, weak stomach,
Storpid liver and bronchial trouble weak
Lungs and hang-on-coughs, which, ifnes
Ieetd or badly treated lead up to and
finally ternim.te in consumption.
T:ike' the- "holden Medical Ditscovery
Si tire: and it is not likely to disappoint
you if ,111 y ou Kiv' It it a Uuwrnulh and
fi'r trial. )un't expect miracle. It
SW4ni'(IIt,'d %U 'rna:ttiral thilinS. You must
i c -r.-im.I ),iour patisi'lce and lnrascvere In its
um.' f,.r a re'a:-ol i4e length of time to get
its fuli b tn-f;it.s. 'Th IngreAlents of which
i r. I'',rc.'.s ;i>-,lici ,ns aro compoised have

mi reeical 'l,'at.r-'.tter than any amount

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niliit, 4l 'ithi u1 rt ar- ',old hy all dealers li
inedicines at rcasouiiubll prices.

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team ad ed ttidkin thes
i am~fve foead their wa
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d el d trade. It eemun to us
htit b the bet law ever suggested.

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pty that districtte
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nthe Uited Stautes.

I rt time saice De tcember,

]Ul0 tiu eorporation shows an in-
s'n stthe number of unfilled or-
Sm theay department hof wire
Sit has record orders, re-

I m the enormous purchasing
~a aof the farming ectionsof the
1-Lt. A eirht-billion-dollarcropof
r. products moon has its effect up-

Democrats should become thor-
ghly familiar with the names of
the Democratic presidential electors
s as to mark their ballot properly.
The Bran electors are:
Commit these names to memory so
you will pot become confused in se-
leettg them from the two dozen or
ore electors of other parties whose
names are on the official ballot.

The Daytona Gazette News of Fri-
ay says: "It is said that some un-
scrupulous persons at St. Augustine
have been changing the channel
marks recently erected by the Coast
ine Canal and Transportation com-
pany. The seeming object of those
nefarioueacts is to compel boats pass-
lag through the canals to take on
local pilots. If some way could be
arranged so that the government
would take charge of the markers
the penalty for interfering with
them would be so severe that the
practice of changing them wousl
probably stop.**"

Mr. Hearst. as his fina, ilay. ha.
injected another batch of .\r.>.'*,,i
letters into the cam:aicgn. u bot.
they bring down no big gamn*. as, in
the ease of Foraker and furnish only
additional proof of what is generally
known, that Standard Oil and the Re-
publican party have heretofore main-
tained close and affectionate rela-
tions, they have not created a sensa-
tion. It is wellenough, says the Pen-
saeoa Journal, to get the documen-
tary evidence on the subject; and Mr.
Heanst, without intending it. has
been a valuable ally of Mr. Bryan in

that way during this campaign.

The Guarantee Plank
T'I Oeala Banner says that Hon.
Don C. MeMullen senatorelect from
iaboroh county, is studying the
a"gautee bank deposit plank" in
the DemEratic platform with a view
f haang it acted into a law in
F MiI To on who has gone
toLkr tMwo o three bank failures
ra Ibee the llck of the editor
S the mwr, the law looks mighty
g d. Indeed it has a more inviting

Am I-ml Tht Has Come to Stay
Th security of depositors' money
in bmks by some such planes that
demanded by the Democratic plat-
form insan iue that has come to
tay in American politics until it is
settled right. The only wonder is
that it has been so long getting here.
There should be progress in bank-
ng matters as in all things else un-
der the son and it is clearly in the
line of that progress to give legal and
full security to the man who puts his
money in bank. A contemporary
presents it in this plain way:
If you go to the-bank and ask to
use its money, it requires of you a
gilt-edged guarantee against its loss;
but if it takes your money to use in
its business, it gives absolutely no se-
curity against your loss. Is there
any other business on earth in which
you would make such a one-sided bar-
gain? The Democratic proposition is
that the bank shall give you an even
deal-the same security for your
funds as it exacts for its own. In a
nutshell, it says that what is sauce
for the bank is sauce for the deposi-
Against this perfectly equitable
view of the case Mr. Taft and his
party have nothing to urge except
that such absolute security to the de-
positor will tend to deprive the bank-
er of his motive to be an honest man,
seeing that his depositors can lose
nothing no matter how reckless he
may be with they funds. This puts
the integrity of human character up-
on a plane quite consistent with the
predatory policies of the Republican
But, even if it were true, which it
is not, says the Pensacola Journal, it
would not impeach the value of the
Democratic guarantee scheme, for it
is of more importance to the general
public that they should have their
funds in bank protected than that
the private character of the banker
should be made the paramount ob-
ject of government solicitude.
Because appointees to public office
who hold fiduciary relations are com-
pelled to give bond for the faithful
performance of duty the appointing
power is not the less careful to ap-
point only honest men, and, by parity
of reasoning, because bank deposits
are secured by law bank officials will
not be held by public sentiment to a
less rigorous standard of personal in-
tegrity and sound conservative meth-

Orange Outlook Is Good
Chase & Co., orange shippers, of
Jacksonville, have sent out the fol-
lowing statement in rebuttal of a re-
port published in New York a week
ago to th te effect that constant rains
were hu rtir.t the Florida ,)range '.'rop:
"There is no truth in the report
that Fl- ridia rangess have Ihen in-
.,d by (tr, nuch rain. The writer
.v :i ,-,,;.n *>'" .-. i-r.,\. in. Florida
for 2 years. WVe always- have htavy
rains in September. While the rain-
fail ,luring S,,ptlnmbhr was m',rt, than
the average for the year it was nor-
mial. Plenty ,of rain be fore the
fruit matures always a crop
of very finest quali y. .ust as soon

as we have cool, seasonable weather
which always prevail in O-toer and
November. you will tind that Florida
will be up to her usual standard. The
last few years have been dry ones
and the crop has suffered in quality
and quantity. The ample rains in
September have tilled up the water
courses all over the state and we are
in better shape as far as water goes
than we have been for several sea-
sons. This is the truth and the
weather bureau could verify our
statement relative to the rainfall."

Drayingor haulingof al kinds prompt-
ly atteadod to. Meet all trains.
Titusville, Fla.




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Nervns. Tired Id Weak.
Mrs. Christina hnmukalla, 490 Winslow
Ave., Buffalo, N. Y., writes: "I trust
every one suffering from systemic ca-
tarrh will read this and profit by it.
was in a very bad condition indeed,
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friends as well as myself were very
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night, my food did me no good, and I
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"Finally I took two bottles of Peruna
and felt like a different woman. How-
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seep now."


A Gol Were for P-r-e. C-e st-e. ieasy Touble.
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SHeavy steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, isn't it p
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and ix large fence factories-either one of the six being larger than any other fence factory in the world.
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For Sale by the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., Eau Gallie, FPla.

To Grow Japanese Grassew
The department of ari:cul:ure has.
succeeded in obtaining 45i.0o0 plants
of the grasses used in Japanese mat-
ting and will experiment with ihemn
in several southern states.

American Patents In Japan.
Arrangements will soon be perfct'e-,
for the proper protection of Americau
patents In Japan. At present the .apq
appromrlate anything that su!ts them.

S...Strawberry Plants..
My plants are grown with the view of producing
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Kind you can afford to plant Strawberries are the most t
Profitable crop grown. Send for free catalogue of plants to
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'Fituivile., Florida
'.w -t

the trip to
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Samhri eturnedos Mon-
i tob r bNan in Courtem"y after

h k Ie" Stewart..
-Ao l yvenire for jurors made
yesterday brought a large
S br w-of cities from Cocoa, Eau
Galsbe sad vidnity to theeoonty seat
to bdtirydaty.
S Mr. Ge. M. Hston and on, of
as mklddg, eam up Monday with
rtirsm yaht the Ichthyosaurus
md pad TM SR office a pleasant
all. Mr. Huston has a cae in court
Ibre which will come up later.
Mrs L. M. Wetmore arrived home
S from her mmering spt in the
New Egland states Wednesday af-
t=rno s aid l stopping with Mrs. S.
I N. Gbadwin. Her many friends are
plaed to me her at home again.
We call attention to the display ad
ao the Tituvl lee company this
week. ince taking charge of the
lee plant atthisplee Messrs. Van
S D Veer and Ford, the new proprie-
S tor, have wrought. a wonderful
change and are now running it to the
full capacty and with clock like reg-
ularity. We wish them success in
their new venture for they surely de-
aerve it.
Mr. George L. Banning, of West
Palm Beach, has accepted the poi-
tion a eashierof the State Bank of
New aYSrna, and entered upon his
duties twelve days ago. Mr. Bran-
ning is not a stranger here. He was
formerly cashier of the Indian River
State bank, of this place, before he
held that position with the Dade
County State bank, at West Palm
Beach. The bank above mentioned
is fortunate in securing his services.
The government dredgeboat Flor-
ida arrived Monday afternoon and
staid here till the following morning,
when she started down the river for
Gilberts bar and thence goes outside
to Tampa, the scene of future opera-
tions. The Florida has just been
lengthened twenty f"et at Jackson-
ville on the Merrill & Stevens Co's.
dry dock. Capt. J. P. Sharpe enter-
tained Corn. Loril!ar.l. L. A. Brady
and D. B. Pritchard on board the
Florida Monday evening.
If you need eye treatment, spectacles
or eye glames see Dr. Armstrong, 9
Laura street, Jacksonville. He also
straightens cross eyes without knife.

Letter of acknowledgement
Mr. W. S. Norwood, Com. Indian
River Camp No. 47, U. C. V., is in
receipt of the following letter from
Wallace Streater, treasurer of the
Arlington Confederate Monument
amociation, in regard to donation
from this camp to the association:
"I enclose my receipt for the ten
dollars sent by your camp to Col.
H. A. Herbert, the treasurer of our
executive committee, as a contribu-
tion to the Arlington Confederate
Monument fund.
Your interest in the movement is

greatly appreciated. The work is
not merely a local one, for it is hoped
that there may be erected the hand-
somest memorial to the great Con-
federacy that the world has seen. It
will be on one of the prettiest spots
in the Arlington estate, the old home-
stead of "Mars Robert."
SWe hope your interest in the work
will otinue and that you will say a
Sd. word for us whenever practica-
k big

Wood For Sale
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kin'lbow&is awr. BasMately ahrseod. ssaciowu eorridors.
a ias Me me. Vestlasm plaumag at m lightiog pserfC

0- am of ormaetal around, rounded by primeval palms. Its
summrditu m t eoadcive to smiea., ra and recreation. Accommodalt
hfat. The Pabl rst porter met all trains. Bata reponable.



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Worthy Amendment
The state, through a one mill tax
regularly imposed, can provide for
its higher institutions of learning
more economically than the legisla-,
ture can by spasmodic appropriations
-that is, if we expect the legislature
to provide as liberally. The passage
of an amendment imposing a one mill
tax for their support would put them
all on a solid foundation and they
would be able to care for Florida's
higher educational interests and at
the same time attract paying pat-
ronage abroad.
It is safe to say that Floridians are
paying as much as $100,000 a year
for the education of their children
outside of the state. This is not be-
cause our home institutions could not
give them as good as they could get
elsewhere, but because the very life
of our higher educational institutions
is in constant danger. The legisla-
latures have generally done their duty
by these institutions, but what guar-
antee is there that they will continue
to do so? Much of the energy of the
men in charge of them is wasted in
working to secure the money that
will provide for their life, that should
be devoted to instruction if the ques-
tion of maintenance were off their
The question then is not so much
whether these institutions shall be
supported as whether they shall be
steadily supported-whether those in
charge of them can look forward to
a certainty or must work year by
year for adequate provision. It is
also a question whether students can
go to these institutions feeling that
when they enter they are guaranteed
an ability to finish or must feel that
they are entering a Florida institu-
tion that may cease to exist or cease
to be efficient before it can give them
their diploma.
Every argument against the con-
stitutional amendment that would
make a regular provision for higher
education applies with equal force
to every provision the legislature
makes. Do those who oppose this
amendment favor an abandonment
of these institutions? Are the peo-
ple of Florida disposed to listen to
such a proposal as this?-Times-Un-

Cheapest arident insurante.l)r. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Stops the pain and heals the
wound. Alldruxxistts ell it.
Death of E. H. Covar
E. H. Covar, one of the old time
residents of Indian river, passed to
the great beyond at Jupiter last Sat-
urday at the advanced age of 78
years. Some 25 years ago Mr. Co-
var was deputy sheriff under Sheriff
Richards, of Brevard, and filled the
latter's unexpired term of office when
he died. Mr. Covar and family had
resided at Jupiter of late years ex-
cept two sons, who lived at West
Palm Beach.

$1,M Fine for Violating Fish Law
Shiloh, Fla., Oct. 26, 1908.
To Editor of Tzz FLORIDA STA.
I promised when in your city last
I would send you governor's letter,
but find some of it personal so will
send copy of part relating to fish
nets, etc., which reads as follows:
"Dear Sir-Replyidr to yours of
6th June, the governor directs me to
refer you to section 3773 of the gen-
eral statutes and to section 3775, im-
poses the penalty of $1,000 fine for
violation of same.
If this law is violated and you have
no game warden it is the duty of the
sheriff to see that the offenders are
arrested. Yours very truly,
Private Secretary."
She Like Good Things
Mr. Chas. Smith. of West Franklin.Me.,
ryK "'I like good things and have adopted
Dr. King's New Life Pills as our family lax-
ative medicine, because they are good and do
their work without making a fu. about it."
These painless purifiers sold at Banner Drug
Store. 2Se.
Watson and Williams Electors
Populist Candidates for President
and Vice-President
D. L McKinnon, At Large.
T. J. Bell, At Large.
L. H. Kohoon, 1st District.
W. R. Peterson, 2nd District.
Henry Bush, 3rd District.
Xore Than Unough Is Too Much
To maintain health, a mature man or wo-
man needs just enough food to repair the
waste and supply energy and body heat The
habitual consumption of more food than is
necemary for these purposes is the prime
cause of stomach troubles, rheumatism and
disorders of the kidneys. If troubled with
indigestion. revise your diet, let reason and
not appetite control and take a few doas of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will soon he all right again. For
ale by Titusville Pharmacy.
The tirst work done lu the Waldorf-
Astorin. New York. each nay Is the
lprelpar:ition of breakfast for 1.20) em-
ployees. The last of these meals is
served usually before the earliest ris-
ing guest sleepily orders his eggs and
coffee, thinking himself almntt a hero
to be breakfasting at such an hour.
Slightly Colder with Snow
When you see that kind of a weather fore-
cast you know that rheumatism weather isat
hand. Get ready for it now hy getting a bot-
tle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. Finest thing
timade for rheulniatism. chilbl ns. frost bite.
sure anld stitf joints ast nllmules. all ache- ami
Jiinsi. 2&c. 5kc and $1.uO per bottle at the
itusville Plhrmary and Banner DrugStore.
"I suffered habitually front nstipation.
Doin's Regulets relieved and strengthened
the bowels so that they have been regular
ever since"--A. E. Davis. grocer. Sulphur
Springs. Texas.
O ~ 4'r O Rq XA,.
athehe K'lnd Y Ahtlays Ba&it
aiatws ias

Notice i! hereby given that Frank S. Battle
ainl (;teorr. I'. Battle have this I1th .lay, at
.Iuly. !(ia. sol and anl conveyed all of their ina.
Iwrest in the tirm known ra the Titusville
Lumber company to their tfl'rintr partner.
Henry E. l'ritc'hett axi have .tr'ei'd to 1 *.
member of salt inrmn. The Tituiiville I.i u-
hr eomnlptly. a. reorrsmui.edl. of H.u ry
E. Pritchettt anal William: h ,li<, will
collect all tin accounts dlue and pay all the
di ebtsowingu lhy rail comnlpanly.
I 'BriNK < HAmTLE:.
i; .,>K;E (C'. BATrLE.

Sales Agents Wanted S E E D S
SBucke's "Full of Life" Northern Crown
$36.00 per week or 400 per cent ?rdigreed Seeds have a reputation of i vears ao
profit. All samples, stationery and ui~cessul seed growing behind thm. It pais t
art catalogue free. We want one Seasoable Specialties:-
permanent agent in this locality for a Bi s AN
the largest picture and frame house Earliest d ra Earline 3 o Bushel
Refugee--Exra Early 3 j:s Bushel
in America. Experience unneces- New stringess Green Pod :o BHuhel
Wardwell's Imp. Kidnev \a x ,4w Bushel
sary. We instruct you how to sell avis New White w . .e W Bushel
our goods and furnish the capital, curries Kust PRnf Wax 5 Bushel
If you want a permanent, honorable a E A Bushe
Extra Early Alaska . $o Bushel
and profitable position, write us to- New Earl) Gradus . o Busel
day for particulars, catalogue and HAr ford Market Garden. t$ 50 Bushel
Buckbee's Lightning Express t.oo Bushel
samples. Frank W. Williams Com- Letmw. r Tmn tand a full line d(
an., 1214 W. Taylor St., Chicago, erd.. Plants and tulbs at lowest growi prce.
Send for complete catalogue o at a alas
,or requirements and will quote prices.
,uv direct from the gwer-Save money.
I l lanid. weak, rma-down? Headache? WrV te today. Mewt this paper.

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Capital, $1SM

Surplus, $Sa,

The First National Bank


Ftiblished 1886. The SECOND oldest National Bank in Florida
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT in proportion to capital
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Banks in Florida
Country Accounts a Specialty

Write us, call on us, or we will call on you
The Capital of this Bank, $166M, romhinud with Surplus,
$250,00 and stockholder's liability of $1NN, means a fund of
$450,000 between you and possible loss. In selecting your bank give
this careful consideration
J. T. Dismukes, President
0. B. Tirrmr, Vice President and Cashier
Reginald White, Aasistant Cashier

Plorlda'm0Ic ldest college
CoelIee. Academy. and eShools of ausle. Expresnlo, Fie Arts, Dmstie sad aines-
trial Arts a*d IBaSlm o.
Carmneae Hall and third men's dormitory now going up; electrie lights; stam na
framee best; large facultv; perfect health conditons; tine gymnasium, atmkiele Seids
tennis courtgoulf linlks: bue-lball and lasket-.all tenms chanapons of Floriode thi
yar. Nerly quarter million d. llars enrndowment; peu moderates;
available. Christtia, but undenou.lnational; stands for
COlaraotor COxltuxre Ooncduot
Next s*sion begins (tober ;. For ratalogue address the Presidet
Wm. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla.

Ford Model


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is found in this l atet creation ,of the Ford factory. A 15 h.p. 4-cylinder
car of rakish design. capable of any speed from 3 to 45 miles an hour on
any kind of road without a change in the gear.
A car that incorporates many of the features of a $4,000 car, in-
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Our Stock of
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Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties

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-4 eMpe aroe< the ust mna it ew
York, the w bet trtitlag the who .
nla the tor twenty-eme and one-balt
w e lnch cables to support the main super-
in n pm wit btC structure bs more than hialt done. It
dr-d uaet ftm a will be completed on Jan. 1, when the
ri at s process of compresmlg and binding
to noBto Was In Kanmm citry tIe strands Into their permanent post-
#1t1 miteh It i K e nsated that tlon will begin.
This wire stringing Is proceeding at
Sles than .800 wll witness t the rate of about 100 tons'a day and e Fl e
dsdbI;t"oo ne(.compllshed thrcutigh a system of
et ch8- Dealtbe deceived imitatliowof DeWitt's <.able stringing nn hluery, installed -- -'' :
i wpu g e C(btellsed Witeh hialve. When you a'd operated by a contracting tcom- y "4
NOTv. ? a Nam ,,Witt'n b. sto tit.The a" piny. erectors for a steel IomepaiyVere M o
a battlUe L It is especially good for piles. An unusual feature of the su) er- n every ma of fuel n -
SemahipNli P or lf md commend them. Sold by Banner structure of t!.e Maiiihattnr bridge will are no amp chimney or long
-M a* w.tL DMg Store. he the prswnt e of S.x.00 tons of nickel ie t I
-- the winS. teel. arcregrtip:: 4JA,bm.itk pounds of ip W the lu st from a 411111
cht ecker USE OF AEROPLANES IN WAR. pure ni-kel. The t."i ding of PIFh O H
,AIS Oal a rightful moey etl w, lTION 011 Healk er
ofit at dampionship Could Drop Shell From Them Into It wns a compli t i without the l.-PER FECTION I
Ship Funnel, Says Orville Wright. of a single **heatt." Til-< la t:, tirnt
will be Charles The chance remark of a sergeant of time nickpl :'te.-I li;hs leon ust.:l It (r-p with -el Dol
Dogies, present hold- artillery at Fort Myer during the re- bridge c'onstrliwtl I C,.ry it Irom room to room. Turn the wic high
leasa at a thousand cent aeroplane flights of Orville Wright Le ot Wll or low-no otero-no moe-no smTurn the w-ut c
III numerous ch the famous aeronaut, was the basis (or Why James Lee Got Well or low-no bother-n smoke-no smnell-a4uac
at numerous check- the famos aeronaut. was the basis for ,ame eesmokem device prevent. Bras fontholds 4 quart,
hli other will be Jo- a discussion of one of the most impor- Everylbody in Zanezville, 0., knows umn. 9 hours. Beautifully inishe in nickel or
ato Kansas City, '- hat features of the government's In- Mary Lee. of rural route 4. She. writes: "My
ea o In the draughts husband, James Let. 'irmly believes lie owes japan. Every heater warranted.
En pi ence will lie hpit- hs terest In aerial craft for purposes of his life tof the use of Dr. Kings New D)isasv-
'espeEse willd dtpnith, war. The discussion took place at a ery. His lungs were -,s.verely atfeeted that Tgivesa brighsteady
youth and determination. er td o M o pat a u COsuimption seewned inevitable. when to read by-
tl o be witnessed by checker dinner tendered to Mr. Wright by na friend recNommwended New l).scovery. We u. t r t
-tue Isatlaents val officers. Said the sergeant. "Air- tried it. and its use has restored uim1 to Iwr- just what you want lor the long
iti a ranlay Sunday anti ships aren't any good to launch a shell feet health." )r. Ki's Nw Diovery i evenings. Made of bra nickel plated-latest im-
ftnlarber boy Indlrectly led frnm because you can't get the i es n coughs anis colds it hs no al. Th. firt prove central drat burner. Every lamp warranted.
match, say the Kan- trifugal force' that Is necessary to lilt s'I" KiveS relief. Try it! Sold uniler gtuar- II your dealer cannot supply the Pertction Oil
rantTwenty-e yars agat ner l)rg re. .'<. and $l. "). Heater or Rayo Lamp write our nearest agency.
Stim sixteen years old. was The idea which the noneuminli.sio:i STANDAD OIL COMPANY
c koolteacher living at Ittle- d otlicer intended to courey was tilt: Man Pto Ta.0-
'1M OMe Sunday lie was whirling n.,,ion given a shell 11% Maine Potato Train.
IV ra. In a farmhouse near What is l.-liv'le is. lot. the rec.-rin
A tarmer boy suggested a the oderu steel bore guns could not potato train ever h:atdld In the enst
ol and the stchoulnmas- be accoinplishtel ii dropping an explio wvais itl, It'nto I. rtherI Ma in .Ju:n o- fof A
i although unfa villar with sive ohl l:',,n .11, ar.-ill-. tion t thetr da Tih trU.n \vr, l- Kinds oln | .i..BE
The country boy won easily. The tin f:::-ts l,'ight out i the mad, up of sov,':ty:liv. .ars ef ;-,t- I., i.,
eI calUod in a younger brother. discus.-lin of te 1:ersi'l.ine : :i:l tto ;ikMd up :at tliTffrit points .,in ..- our plan W :- *.r the
Wlseeifulk illustrated ant, ip.rri. ive I
lO Ikewlae easily victorious. struxi1t of \v..r '.c.:'e t';.tlt ;i uahi:n the Ilt .r nnd .\r.... . "M the older boy ejaculated. si. 1s; that of the rsi t:iI! :o .i l;t.heis. wo rth rf'oln frpe. Wrt. toa. W t* ouar le aul d ,n)
ba ny a man alln t- ah p- 'a, -I l te I n,,. ,.n.t,-.,'y in.-'l -(ra :-', :t. 1:- 1N The large mal order Book house. ikheworld. 41 4ear. ..b ...
"; aga' t enough brains to pl:y n Dept THE FRANKLIN-TURNtI .tO., 65.71 At.Ivy Ga
4`1 :ir et for Ilia tit% t willns. that v ,
f i e k rank led. I4rouidlarl the. a' little ta:..--.! ::':ti a *"*n ; xt..-i'|i
h r e'a determninedi upl,, r .,' Qould li' drop,.! ou a :ssr ..s. v.i[tl
A A tl 'lndt ei ee e eoutt li.i-e the.r laniagiii. rk-niS :;11t t t it -. the ;..'ni1 |"
ch. w a ebeckerboard thatt w ;i s insti- rv. :r t : I 1:-!t 'I l i1 fro.tI t- I
titMe. It was called "lthe ,iunt.\ ,k o(f : i I '' .
b.. bo ." Democrats anel I-pbl, :s :,r s r \Vr'.. lt, t :.! .,,l ,1:,. Aftereating, personsof abilloushabit y d
'w i)l derive great benefit bl taking on3.
eran l Amy rtsenan l i..'r:'i'T' i 4 of thtse pills. If 3ou hawc been

- hl ttitIalsti", forgot their lits I; i ,.- v.!i, I I RA ING 1 fNt i :Cl

&'ames over its test'll.:it.l su1rfis'.
Young Drouiilard etgesI itl nt the ses
stone as opportuulty ofr;'.r.- in :i ft,"\
SeeUL he was- the ;ti; ra ior ,of 'i tlr
e he-ker dtevtees.
Out neday he drove Is, -i' *.i r thf
,,, :*, ( rtuer bol.y l .ulI n',i.,, i :t l:si s i. ':;.
r-as not h1,g l:sl,: ii.g h .-I 11; 1.,
TMe vk-ltry w:' .> 1 1.1 ir 1..
'. -won every g:w..:).
S .? '. "1 bave o'.,'i s it sti ,t, :I V, r !
proudest mon.. sit' :. *'1 s.
.... afterward lu r, t;lii i.i,;: l i i
wa w It wat wheil i' w:' : .. 'i: :1 t
State Normnal s'li..'.Il a1 .
be met his temx gre.'!t n'. ,v>..
iReeu, a pipw orira;ii pl:.;i'.r IV'ii f'11 1
conutecutive g;::!*s tf'' b : 'i S.2;
,: day afteriu(,i, he ''tf .!, i
his head in dis.oiura;ie,..l.:.
"Cheer up,. .lit." hi, \i :..:,
I'm e nt said. "\ a '.. -, 1.1 1 .
Ser itaturally. but 3s'm 1 !: i t- ,: '
k.)Uno lt ' cf the ir ;
,. book ar.d stuly."
l)rouUll!:rd alien i :. ,', 1l ; '-:
draught l book. It :i \ .
'Checker l'lhycr." di;ii l I., 'i : o
H'Barker, the lman; l I e i: i i *
championship in \Novic :' 1. .!,
equenit thr:ashit; | I of . ,' .\-1

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day lie wolcd!i ti :;::i \1 ,
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defei-dtil illn a :I n Ii \ a '.
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def tlei! himt In :inx ;. . :,*. I '
Iltfor' itil **n t.' -, li i' ih ,4*
fent, cittie. Fivet' ye:xrs r :i, h. .:
s:1 'ity. S-in It.. I '.I
eral for'nlil :1 ::v .- . I ..
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Salt LikI.' 4';ity fo'r ith v. , ',, 'i,'!i -

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1- r:'her upon miii id ii:;: lril;i.s:a'
than upon this store of ;in.emnrat:u
Of powerful physllue In1h cani sit tra.i:
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pluimblln establishment. os'nncr of :;
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che's. chteokers and whist lilu.
Charles Francis Barker. his 1op.--
iet., was a checker expert whinm
Dlnillard was In his baby clothal,.
At the age of fifteen Barker i,;!nyd
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We v atampte In the

m be held under the
a th e Sbocety of American
s'd toin co-operation with
*IC.ttUial society of Chicago
p at t xhibMbits from all over
-t says the Chicago Record-
dtedg many from private
l' sad emumerbnl establishments.
Se,, ae t e the shows given in
l tme years by the articul-
H -l asiaty h Obf eSo led to the ae-
S ataef Chleago for the first nation-
S ~ aoft thi kin Ud.
Mee thL a $15000 in paes Is 6of-
"- t to he -eral public. It is ex-
p sa that samig the most interest-
g fates of the display wil be the
I Mh ftoS m private estates in Chl.
K a take Forest and Lake Geneva
S.aI the great country places In the
t--aMadibao N. J, tbe Hudson river
*. Im aad the country surrounding
ata-. -d Philadelphia
I r the private gardener' contests a
U lm 3 sum has ben set aside, and en-
bs have bea promised from Grey.
N % s, the bome of Samuel Unter-
myer; H. MeK. Twombly's estate at
Madin., N. J.; Thomas Lawson's
he la- t Bostoe ft estate of H. C.
k, B. Mellon and George West-
bhuse ofa Plttsurg and many other
h mes notedfor t house flowers and
utlt. Gardeners n La ke Geneva,
S ake Forest aad Oeaomowoe declare
tat they wil make a strong endeavor
t tke the largest share of the prses
away from t eastern exhibitors.
The Horticultural society of Chicac
0 ba practical charge of the local man-
agment of the sbow, and valuable as-
eae i~ bRelg given by ts directorta
the masmemst of the show is in
charge of an executive committee com-
poed of William F. Kasting, New
York; Phfp Breltmseer, Detroit; E. G.
m R, Pr1mond. Ind.; W. N. Rudd.
SMorgan Park, Il; George Asmus, J.
Vaughan au d August Poeblisno,
(a- e; Otto Kaesl LouIs, and
J. A. Valentie, Denver. A general
S smuttae of fifty members from as
s many ecltee at work mro sing inter-
est In tih ehbibtion throughout the
A committee of women members of
the Horticultural society will be ap-
paeated to Judge the contest In table
deorations. Several years ago Mrs.
Potter Palmer, Mrs. J. J.Glessner and
Mn Cyrus McCormick acted with
Iat success as Judges of table deco-
IatloIs in one of the Horticultural so-
city's shows, and they probably will
be asked to serve again.
The show will bring to the fore a
large number of new roes, carnations
and chrysanthemums as candidates for
bonrs. Several new rgees, named for
seiety leaders in the east and middle
west, will strive to take first honors
from the Mrs. Marshall Field rose,
which last ear defeated the new va-
riety named for Mrs. Potter Palmer.
The latter ro6e Is said to have Improv-
ed greatly in the past year and again
will be a candidate for first place.
Several new carnations will challenge
the supremacy of the Mrs. Thomas
Lawson variety, and Mr. Laws8n is
expected to offer a special prize for
the best display of the many varieties
that have come from the noted flower
to which be gave his wife's name.
The display of orchids, it is declared.
will be the best ever seen In the Unit-
ed States. Large collections will come
from New York, Omaha, Minneapolls
and other points to compete with the
collectionss of B. G. Ulhleln. which
have triumphed In Chicago for several


Phele Instead of a Full View of Head
Ise hewn.
Desigt for a new Issue of United
tates postage stamps were recently
empl atS The nw stamps will be in
eM-alnastos of 1, 2, 4, S5 6 10.
Sand 50 ents and $L The $2 and
N denominationa in ae wll not be
itop ted. It will be several weeks be-
ga the sew stamps are put on the
nrket. The prole has been taken in
Web Istante Iatead of a full view.
ya a aMes er swefect.
Se hams ar e a amslmlar te
ei4A-I a ad to an ealiaM


f Ye Ar Medet You May Hve
Plait Ph In Them
The fall and winter s- are iUke.
ly to e a good many innovations In

deas ftr m If t he deslgp at tabors
ihabueashs and batters n New York
are erred out For one thin, thee
s goln to be a lot of color. But per
baps the most striking novelty of all Is
the shath trousers. In thee the lg
sNam om the outside instead of run-
nina down to the bottom will stop at
the knee and be laced from that point
oe. For those who are of mre retir-
ing natures the eaam is not open to
expose the calf of the le, but is form-
ed Into a plat.
Thn there are the new pajamas
with mother-f-pearl buttons and bead-
mg with any delicate shade of baby
ribbon pink being preferred by the
ultra exclaive oi s.o
Greea-fun rich hunter's gren-will
lead In the colors of garments, but it
may be relieved with stripe. To go
with the green sut one mast have a
gtee hat. Soft hats, preferably made
of plush, are being carried by leading
batters. They are known as yodels
(the hats, not the batters) and evident-
ly are of Swiss origin.
Following close In the wake of the
yodel hat Is the Marathon tie, whose
chief poilt of excellence seems to be
that ts colors are fast. But the Mara-
thon tie Is among the "also ran" when
It comes to the automobile scarf. This
Is in god, purple and green diagonal
stripes. The man who wears one must
ran the risk of being arrested for
But with it all the tailors preach
"harmony." You get It, too. In spats.
Ther es a shirt that's a veritable rhap-
sody In color. Fortunately the demand
for It asem to come from few a yet.
The body of the garment Is ot re-
tonae, with pink roma sprinkled about,
offset by a modest, shrinking violet or
two. The bo)onm and cuffsare of green
and white stripes alternating.
In evening dress the conventional
black is being deserted slowly for the
dark blue or gray. many of which lat-
ter colors will be worn this fall. Socks
must be of plain shades, mostly brown,
green or purple. Sunset at sea and
satsuma effects are tabooed.


Kentucky Town's Novel Cods For Use
In Case of Attack.
Following are the regulations for
public safety recently passed by the
city council at Murray, Ky., the hot-
bed of the Night Rider district:
FIrst-Fire signal: Blowing of whis-
tles and ringing of bells, together with
loud calls from those who are awake.
Second.-All those who are able to
fight fire on bearing the above signals
will come promptly to the fire.
Third.-If the firing of guns Is heard
hereafter, all persons wIl stay In their
houses, as this will mean that a fight
is on between the state guards and
the Night Riders.
Fourth.-In case of such an Invasion
the citizen can shoot from his home if
be is positive his mark Is a Night
Rider and not a citizen or member of
the state guards.
Fifth.-These regulations are made
necessary for the reason that there is
grave danger of some one being killed
when promiscuous shooting is allowed.
Sixth.-This being so, from this on
those who shoot to give signal will be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
will he dealt with accordingly.
Beventh.-Any citizen can ring any
bell or blow any whistle to arouse the
people, but not fire any gun to give an
Eighth.-In view of recent fires It
has become necessary to enforce the'
ordinance now In existence requiring
all persons found on the streets after
11 o'clock to give an account of them*

selves to those on guard.
Ninth.-Keep In mind that these reg-
ulations are foothe good of the public,
so that we may understand each other
and make less the danger to life and
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are jus
what you need and what you should get right
away for paininn the back. backache, rheu-
matism, pains, and all urinary and bladder
troubles Tho ands of people suffer from
kidy and bladder trouble and do not know
it Ththink itis a color a strain. Don't
take ay chances. (Get DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills They re atisetic and
proptly soothe the pain. Don't fail to in-
t po DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pils.
WeU them. SM by Baner Drst Store.

I'M= 0

Fifteen Hundred ($1.500) Dollars and ac-
crued interest at seven (7) per cent frum May
15. 1918 The said mortgage is recorded in
Mortgage Book "M." on page I4. and the
assignment thereof to (eo. M. Ror bins is re-
corded in Book No. 2 of As.ignments of
Mortgages, on page 39.
I will also sell the following real estate ,t
Sthe defendants in Titusville, Florida. at the
same time and place, towit:
Beginning at the northeast corner of Block
"K." in the town of Titusville. Florida. from
thence run weta along the north bouudary of
said block a distance of WtH.(G feet to the
northwest corner of lot two (2) of said block:
thence run south along the west line of said
lot 2 a distance of 54 feet; thence run east
parallel with the north line of said lot a
distance of 99.03 feet to Hopkins street;
thentceun north along Hopkins street a dis-
tance of 54 feet to the place of tbginning. lie-
ing the north 54 feet of lot two 12i of Block
"K." according to LeBaron's map of Titus.
ville on record in the office of the clerk of the
circuit court for Brevard county. Florida.
Said real estate will be offered in separate
parcels in the order above described.
I will also. during the legal hours of sale.
on the said 2nd day of November, 1908, offer
for sale to the highest and best bidder for
cash. at the store of John R. Walker & Co.. on
Washington avenue, in Titusville. Florida.
the following personal property in said store,
towit: The whole of the stock of goods of the
mid defendants except the perishable por-
tio of said stack heretofore disosed of an-

'rt UWWIN4= ; G. B. &CM
Prteect No. 1

Wright, inspector; P. oebo, talrk.
Precinct No. 8
Charlea Nikho, 3. Beal, J. D.
Hatter, iapeters; W. Shares,
Precinct No. 4
J. N. Sanders, P Fsher, J. C,
Shaw, inspectors; EC. Johnam, clerk.
Precinct No. 5
P. A. M illan, W. H. Gleuam,
John Houston, inspectors; 8. K. Watts,
Precinct No. 6
G. S., E. P. Branch, W. 0.
Wallace, inspectors; C. J. F. Campbell,
Precinct No. 7
W. P. Arnold, G. W. Washburn, F.
N. Forrest, inspectors; F. W. Con-
stock, clerk.
Precinct No. 8
.Chu. Christianson, John Benon,
Lar Joergenson, inspectors; Adolph
Benson, clerk.
Precinct No. 9
C. L. Stewart, Winlow Bisbee,. W.
J. Ragan, inspectors; S. A. Osteen,
Precinct No. 10
P. H. Wittfeld, James Tuttle, A. B.
Carter, inspectors; C. D. Provost, clerk.
Precinct No. 11
J. D. Sams, T. S. Sanders F. G.
Humphreys, inspectors; J. Reed,
Precinct No. 12
C. H. Nluman, B. H. Watton, T. R.
Crook, inspectors; W. Watton, clerk.
Precinct No. 13
Geo. Quarterman, H. L. Holmes,
W. C. Peterson, inspectors; N. N. Pen-
ny, clerk.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true and correct list of the inspectors
and clerks appointed by this board on
October 14th, 1908, to serve at the gen-
eral election to be held on the3rdday of
November, 1906.
Chairman of the Board of County Con-
maonrsn of Brevard County, Florida.
Clerk of the Board of County Com-
missioners of Brevard County,
By A. O. Stewart, D. C.
(Seal of County Commissioners)

For Bore Feet
"I have found Bucklen's Arncs Salve to be
the proper thing to use for sore feet, a well
as for healing burns, sores, cuts, and all man-
ner of abrasions," writes Mr. W. Stone, of
East Poland. Me. It is the proper thing, too.
for piles. Try it! Sold under guarantee at
Banner Drug Store. 25c.

Notice is hereby given that, under and by
virtue of executions receive by me simulta-
neously and issued out of the Circuit Court
for Brevard county, Florida, against John R.
Walker and H. B. Mace, partners trading unu
der the firm names and style of John R. Wal-
ker & Co.. and the Walker Hardware Co.. in
which the following parties are plaintiff in
in the several suit, viz :
Mcllwaine, Knight & Co.; Ernest L. Rhodes
& Co.; Schwab Clothing Co; Carter & Church-
ill C'o.; The Regal Manuficturing Co.; H. B.
Clafin Co.; Bydell Bro. White Lead &
(olor Co.; Augustus Wright Co.; C. H. & E.8
(oldhdbrg: Frank & Co.; Atkins, McKelden &
Brown Co.; Millbury Atlantic Supply C(o.
Tho Rosenfeld Co.. and Bridgford & Co.;
I have levied upon and will sell at public
auction to the bhihest and best bidder for
cashb. during the legal hours of sale. on Mn-
day. the second day of November. A. D..
1918. at the courthouse door of Brevard
county, the following real estate of said ut-
fendants situated in Titusville, Brevard
county, Florida, towit:
"Ilts one (1) and two (2) of Hutchinson's
subdivision of land described in Deed Book
"J." page 212, Brevard County. Florida Ree--
onrds, being a part of Block D of LeBlron's
raIa of Titusvilie. Florida, as tiled in thi'
clerk's office of Brevard county. Florida. said
subdivision recorded in Dtel Book "M.'" o
page 599. Brevard county y Records, and all
the buildings. outbuildings and attachlimcntts
and fixtures thereon."
Said real estate will be sold subject to the
balance due on a mortgage held on said ;,: p-
erty by (geo. M. Robbhhins. which Imlauce is



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Sporting Goods


The Trade supplied at the same wholesale prices
f. o. b. Jacksonville as charged by Spaulding on ship-
ments from New York. Save the freight
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||4qy Ploksrd are
K htetr t that they
tSMM boy at their

AE Joae have a new
-i e-a fine boy,
b. i t m. We extend

aS ten months-how
i, I voters. Look out
S Wbope to make it an

ilSlji sd family, who have
i r mg some months in the
i d North Carolina, return-
'i- t!y to their lovely home on

S" LTen and Mrs. Johnson
adI" i nolao last week. Mrs.
I W left for Braidentown Mon-
4 di wlsr she will make her home
t future.
., ,-j. ag Elder Edward F. Ley of
StiM coast conference was in our
-. Sr three days last week and this.
S I' fr-ehed three helpful sermons
so ld his third quarterly confer-
m -re, exprem Ing himself as being
high l pleased with the reports.
S te following is for the licensed
'vote to consider: Tbese figures
Sre ompiled when corn was some
dMsWa than at the present time:
'"1to a bushel of corn the distil-
ler tl four gallons of whiskey,
S w ik. retails at $16.80.
T farmer gets .25
The U. S. government gets 4.40
:l The railroad company gets 1.00
The manufacturer gets 4.00
Tie drayman gets .15
T6 retailer gets 7.00
The consumer gets drunk
The wife gets hunger
SThe children get rags
STe man who votes license
Seta- what?
"Woe unto him that giveth his
neighbor drink, that puttest thy bot-
te to him and makest him drunken
ramm Iek
Th allt t t--s mlly caused by rheuma-
omttd Mdmb W of the mall of the hack.
a mlh eily erd by applying Chamber-
lab LU t two eT three times a day ad
gteMrsst each application. For
At UOmrGil t PaMey.

Mrs. Wadsworth has been quite
sck for the last few days but is slow-
ly gaining now.
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Sims accom-
panied their friends to Eau Gallie
Monday, returning on Tuesday's
George Carter and Arthur Sims re-
turned from Wabasso last Friday say-
ing they could do about as well fish-
ing at home.
Everyone be careful not to go
abroad next Saturday night, for we
hear whispers about a ghost dance
and other mysterious things.
L. A. Peck, of Greene, N. Y., writes
to say that he will be coming south
before long. His friends are always
glad to welcome him. He has win-
tered on the river for over twenty

Mr. Archie Chambers is still quite
weak and his friends are anxious
abouthim. We hope he will begin
-to ada soon. sometimes it takes
quie awhile to get started on the
ad to health when one has been
r down fbr a long time.

a ae goae on dow
*w to Pal n Be-b, wher tbw
ave risds aa rlatives.t
Mr. Sms and Mr. C. J. Masters of
St Augustine, father and brother of
Arthur Sim, came down on the ex-'
easion last week and gave Arthur
and wife agrnd surprise. They en-
joyed their trip very much and were
much plemed with the river country.
On Monday of this week they went
down to Eau Gallie and left for Au-
gustine on the noon train.
The range cattle have been jump-
ing the fence and making trouble in
the groves the last two weeks. Mr.
Cleveland and Mr. Fields were down
and gave per mission to the people to
shoot the principal offender. But
he was loose in the groves about a
week before he was found and killed
last Sunday a. m. Some remarkable
climbing was done by the hunters be-
fore he was finally killed. The fence
will be put up five feet high with six
strands of wire as decided by the
Fence Co. last Tuesday. Everyone
living south of Georgiana is invited
to join the company, as all enjoy the
benefits. The cattle owners on the
island are very fair and honorable in
every way and have helped to keep
up the fence and have allowed all
hopeless marauders to be shot at
once. Remembering how people on
the west side suffer from cattle and
hogs, we are very thankful that we
live on the island and have such fine
For Chapped Skin
Chapped akin, whether on the hands or
face may be cured in one night by applying
Chamberlain's Salve. It is also unequaled for
ore nipples. burns and calds. For sale by
ritusville Phaimacy.
W. H. H. Gleason spent Tuesday
in Titusville.
Mr. Swain, of Fort Pierce, was in
town Monday,
Mrs. West is spending the week in
Jacksonville with her daughter.
J. Booth and family arrived Friday
and will make this their future home
G. F. Paddison and wife left Thurs-
day to attend the Carnival at Jack-
Miss Mabel Young is spending the
week in Jacksonville attending the
The government dredge boat Flor-
ida stopped here Tuesday en route to
G. M. Budd spent Sunday with his
family, returning to Fort Pierce Sun-
day night.
Mrs. Henrietta Hopkins left Sun-
day for Jacksonville, where she will
make her future home.

Tomato crops west of town are
flourishing. Already the fruit is be-
ing put on the market for sale.
Will Baker arrived from Stuart
Sunday and is once more at his post
of duty in the Edge & Co. store.
A pleasant surprise party was giv-
en Mrs. A. O. Frink on Saturday eve-
ning. A very pleasant time was
Wm. R. Roesch, editor of the Eau
Gallie Record, and son, spent a few-
days at the Carnival in Jacksonville
this week.
The town council have purchased
seven fine new gas lamps for the
streets. These lamps are 1,500 can-
dle power and will be a great benefit
to the town.
A. P. Edge returned from New
York Sunday, where he has been on
business. Mrs. Edge and the child-
ren returned Saturday from a visit
to Fort Pierce.
Capt. Frank Houston and family
stopped over here Monday from Mi-
ami and resumed their trip to Jack-
sonville. Mrs. Houston will enter

EIhesn gIg cogl. N
Mrm ads a Mle help o quiet
ih krIaleM control the ia-
iMUM-eU, check the progress
df tkse dd e. Our advice i-
-give the children Aycr'.
Cherry Pectoral. Ask yo..
doctor f this is his advice et1.o.
He knowsbest. Do ashesavs.

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W ba xieh lakokol
tI wm *rW uro Yomtoi
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I ye think constipation is of-tilling
con m c, just n- *'our doctor. H-
will diab-Ue you of .I:,t notion in "ho:t
order. "Correct i;, r once!" h- *'ill
say. Tb e ask him natout Ayer's 'll0s.
A mild river pill, alt isger.i:,l..
u'alerSt. o.a f w o... LwU. an.--.
Kentucky, will arrive Sunday after-
noon and a revival will begin at St.,
Pauls M. E. church in the evening
and continue all week. Gilbert Macy
will sing a solo, "Face to Face."
St. Pauls M. E. church was filled
on last Sunday evening. Rev. Hawk
preached a very fine sermon. Mrs.
C. C. Houston and Mr. Gilbert Macy
sang a solo, Mr. Macy rendered very
beautifully a baritone solo, "How
Sweet the Name."
The P. & T. association met at the
school house on Tuesday afternoon
and the following officers were elect-
ed to serve one year: President, Mrs.
C. C. Houston; vice president, Miss
Ruth Farleyi secretary, Mrs. E. E.
Macy; treasurer, Mrs. C. G. Red-
stone. This society will meet on the
firstMonday in each month hereafter.
Weekly Weather Repolt.
rTITUBVILLK. FLA., Oct. 28. 19s8.
Statement o temperatures and rainfall for
the week ending Wednesday.
Oct. 22------.. ----------- 78 6
'23---------------- 7
24 ------- --------- 77 61
2.---------. --------- 0 .
26 .------------ ------ f Il.
27- --- ---.----------- 87 71
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Tottl rinifall for the week .48 inches.
Cooperative Olerver.
8100 Reward 8100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that science ha hbeen able to cure in
all its stages. aud that is (atarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a
constitutional disease. requires a constitu-
tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
rken internally, acting directly upon the
oud and dmaeous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of the dis-
sese. and giving the patient strength in
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-
Address. F. J. CHENEY & (Y)., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75.
Hall's Family Pills are the belt.

East Coast Meat Market

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Fire Insurance

I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention

Robbins & Graham Co.
Paid-Up Capital 25.000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay
DnDIO I on Pl01191 1 oD PTlDO

Exchange bout and sold on all foreign r-
appeca, ropt service, polite tream t, -
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CORRBEPONDEtTS--Empire Tnmt Company, 4i Bmadway, Nw Ywok W Th At
lantic National ank of Jacksonville, Jeacuoavlle, Florida.


Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertliers. We deal ezduivIl
in the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all c nsamers. Write Us fr pris
Grain and all Groceries. delivered at your station. E. L BRADY A BRO..T TimvWuY .FLA.
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Pure Ice lManufctured from Distilled Water
John L. Van De Veer, W. H. Ford, Proprietors

D. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. 8PELL, Regiterril 1iarmars t


Titusville, Florida
Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock

iItusville Lumber Company

Saw and Planing Mills Dry Kilns
Manufacturers of

Rough and Dressed

All grades ceiling, siding. flooring
and shingles
Prompt attention to local orders
L 0OOm

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rhe Bond to Give
)00 Cdsh- $50,000 in Stock
Mih.sni CyClnk & AlMg. Co., earning 10%
ia thn offcr mnd-1- 7y thr larger.' tma'j.
cf h:;;h gr.,td,,! %,'. r'- "Ile '~r~l)

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,r.:'l a Iu ~ta Iii. crowr.s. and seat post clusters.
! vc-,rrw:su English co~d drawn steel tubing.
S.Ylal a n'.NeY. materieal and workmanship wiU
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