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: 12 10, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00731
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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imous choice of all the people and the
legal fraternity in all the counties of
his circuit; which he has won by his
able, impartial and fear'es service
to the state and to his people.
The Indian River Drug Company
Cocoa, Florida,
Down by the Public Library
A thoroughly first class drug store
Come and see
Great Display of Holiday Goods
Now open
Bureaus, dressers, dressing stands
Wash-stands, refrigerators, springs
Mattreses kitchen safes, ice cream
fresers (White Mountain), chairs
Tables, wardrobes, iron beds, rugs
MaUtt art squares, carpets.
CHA&. A. GARDNER, Phone 342'
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammok.L fee from white

uiu Ct-curauiun ioat LAa range win u 'e The Novelty Store
held in the church at that place on Is ,one the best places in town to,
Christmas eve night, Friday, Dec.24. b4uy your holiday presents. One door
These celebrations in this little west of )uren's market.
church at LaGrange have always I. M. DODSON
been joyous occasions and Uncle Tom Wanted to Give Away
Johnson, who has presided over them 4n) new yearly subscriptions to the
all these years, will certainly be at Woman's National Daily, no renew-
his best this year, and we will vouch' als. Send names to J. B. Jones, Geor-,
for it that all who attend will have giana, Fla.
a splendid time. Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Motor Boat For Sale. Men's trousers, made of a good
Toppan dory, whaleboat model, quality of hard -finished worsted.
with 3 h. p. motor, all just like new, dark patterns, worth $3.50, special
at a bargain, address L., care STAR $2.49.
office. Also another lot worth $2.50. spec-
Draying al $1.98.
u Men's woolen undershirts, light
Drlyingor haullngofall kinds prompt- weight and heavy weight, special
ly attended to. Meet all trains.$1. per garment
H. E. HOLTON 1. per garment.
STitusville, Fla. Men's four-in-hand ties, 50 cents
Quality, special 25 cents each.

As a rsutt of tflihe hiplni t if lar
quantiti.- of unripe am! -, 'r ,,n'tIg-
es, the- market hai.- lri, k.nI l.ailiy. Thit
Citrus Exchange is advi-\ing every-
body to let up on shipments and let
the market catch up with the stock
on hand. Asa result of this advice,
many growers are holding off, and
the fruit is not going in near so fast
as it otherwise would have done. It is
estimated that over half the crop will
not be shipped by Christmas.
Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals
For the week ending Dec. 2nd
A. H. Steward. S. P. Solomonson,
F. J. Putney, Georgia; H. L. Mosin.
D. C.; G. S. Himes. Md.; Mrs. Mi-
day, Miss Miday. (.; M. Burgower.
Ill.; F. A. Barnes, Pa.; .1. D. Hall.
R. I.; H. Decker, N. Y.; E. R. Mason,
Va.; J. C. McDaniel, A. J. Hamil Jr.
I. M. Cox. W. H. Burchard. H. ;.

Orange Shipping Slackens Up
Mr. S. M Stephens ," .m !i,*" "hip-
pingi the oranges from Mims and
LaGrange Tuesdlay. and W Wldnesday
transferred his ftrc. of pickers and
packers to Frt Myers.
At one tline, tihe pa.t ninth 1,,bout
sixty people were employed in this
business here and some times as high
as a thousand boxes of oranges per
lay were packed for shipment.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 8$ 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,
Rrnk tnn Ma&,z

oI ines t h I o n la Ioeeltl u d TOp
If^BBWi -- ., DlU ql l~ ,in^ AND PERSONfAwI JSd AND INCIDETS
R!.Wbib &y&Iintse-DPRSOXAI arm rEery DINDrtmeDt
SI no itol buy Slo cMloq&Uthe, it 8MONDAY, DC. ilIr, 190. I
tsuMcM hiht u itynl M ft tho PhPlI ofgtu- ti A few msua tions for Christmas Punrlpurn b ou
mqu -blu lr TI 7 b m I vestmet my an ican m at special praeri pmat Ismie
ma ke in clote thatme him look luTmRogers 1847 triple plate silver
e. 0 W tsk. Ttrribe sb bet at all times. S Some second hand Mbiyele in gesood and forks A 1 quality, Mon- Limeade, deliious bhelthful nd
Re Alpws lo W not rb e a ? condition cheap at THE STAR office. per a n. cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Stoe.
o W O Try buying suitsand overcoats that; e-- ,- ...same make, special
d q ln W mt when Titwuille. wear twice long. Why not buy Mr.andMrs. W. J. Bealey ex-$3.49 per dozen. Mr. J. Bailey hasrented theBrady
J,&I. A. BYelingtoa left yester- the clothes that have proven them- pect to leave Sunday after spending Table spoons to match above, at cottage on Hopkins street, near Mra.
SW o a bWunn trip to High selves superior to any others made in some months in Titusville. '$5. per dozen, usually sold for Dodson's.
I America, the "Clothes Beautiful?" $7.00.
Made by Schloss Bros. & Co., Balti-I Try a loaf of bread at the Home German silver purses, prices rang- Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami, wa
r. Meatoe.ry, of Oak Hill, a more and New York. Bakery and you will never want any in from $2.49 to $k9. 'in town Saturday and again on Mon-
e gor, spent a Suits $10.00 to $22.50. other kino. Orders taken for pies ole leather dress suit cases, brass day for the purpose of conferring
fii$0.I tther5ga _. O"ren, tro r,..entpies trimmed and straps all around, 24 with Judge Jones
p rtdi y in Titonville. coming WINSTON S. BRANNING and cakes. C. COLINs, Prop. inceslong, worth $7.0 Moay on- with JudgeJones.
la his automobile. Tituaille, Florida. Mr. R. J. James, of Yalaha, and ly, $498. The steamer Vagabondia, with the
oe early and select your Christ- hi friend. Mr. Geary, of Leesburg, All-wool blankets, ll-4s, with pink hunting party mentioned in these
m parents while our line is com- Mss Conklng as Joan of Arc were in town several days the first or blue borders, worth $5.00, Mon- columns last week on board, went
-&- e co-day's special $2.49.
aete. ift to suit everybody. A great musical treat comes off at part of this week. Also half wool and cotton blankets past this place Monday.
Banner Drug Store. DeLand this Friday night when the Mr. Frank M. Wilson, of Canaver- worth $3.00, special $1.98. Fourteen persons were arrested in
A I babygirl was born Tuesday oratorio, Joan of Are, The Maid of al, was summoned to appear in Jack- Comforts made of the best quality Tallahassee last week for operating
to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Daniel at the Orleans, will be rendered; Miss Lena sonville Monday to serve as a juror worth Monay onlyit ton, 1'blind.tigers.""Old Leon" is suppos-
Palmbrst.hlis gives them a pigeon Conkling, of Tillman, assuming the at the term of the U. S. court being Amoskeag ginghams, guaranteed edto bedry, but it was found tbe
ir ad the parents are very proud role of Joan. held in that city this week. fast colors. 12 yards for $1.M. very wet.
St Joan assumes man's garb (a ne- The Daytona Gazette News and White shirt waist linen, 34 inches In making your selections for
wide, worth 50 cents, Monday's spec- Christmas presents f
Mr. and Mrs. B. Davis, of Ken- essary protection of the fifteenth Halifax Journal have each recently ial 39 cents per yard. Christmas presents for father, hs-
tuey, parents of Mrs. J. C. Spell, century) puts on a suit of armor, installed Merganthaler Linotype White linen table cloth, 64 inches band, brother or sweetheart, we
and her brother, Master Afton Dav- buckles on a sword, and with horse machines, and now typesetting will wide, worth 50 cents a yard, Monday have just what you want at Bran-
is arrived Wednesday to spend the and banner, accompanied by several be easy for these papers. only, 29 cents per yard. ning's.
wintr. brave knights, hastens on to besieged Have lou seen our Christmas lagie ize guarab napkine, extra Mr. J. L. Mobley moved his well-
seen our Christmas large size, guaranteed all linen, Mon-
Mr. R. D. Gladwin topped off at as. goods? ur lne was personally se- day's special $1.19 per dozen. driving plant the first of this week
t.R padpertoftrdat Their way is full of peril, rivers tedin New York and everything Ladies' black kid gloves, two clasp, to Maytown where he is at present
this place u d spent part ofSaturday are unfordable, and it is necessary is big value for the money. Come fresh from the factory, special $1.19 operating it inan effort to get a
with his mother and sister en route to sleep in strange woods and travel and see them. Banner Drug Store. per pair. oing well
to Miami, where he will be located in strange and unfrequented spots. According to an item in the New Children's E-Z waists, for boys and bowing
th greater part of this season. Cien is passed. The music depicts the Smyrna Breeze of turday mgilrs, sizes ranging from 2 to 13, 25 The Express company has raised
eSmya Breeze of Saturday material cents each. its rate over on the East Coast 11 to
ontractor P. J. Hall will start villagers allagog over her comingce e its rate over on the East Coast 11 to
and going-and the chorus, "A shep- is now arriving for the construction Ladies' belts in the newest andon
workon the raising the W. H. Hall herd maid has passed" reflects to a of a telephone line between New most up-to-date styles, in endless 15 c per crate on pineapples and
cottage next week. It is proposed to large degree the patriotism of the Smyrna and Port Orange. The com- variety of buckles, worth $1.00 and citrus fruits, and the rate on vege-
make it a two story building, which villagers and their faith in the new pletion of this line will give telephone $1.25,Monday only. 69 centseach. tables is advanced 4 to 19 cents.
m e ita o n h laerpletion of this line will give telephone Special prices in ladies' coats and The following residents of Indian
wtan pro forth Joan and her faithful followersconnection between New Smyrna and full length'military capes.The i eide
. finally reach Orleans. The enemy's Daytona and other points in Volusia J s KLIN, river have paid THE STAR office pleas-
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Denham re- outposts through fear, make no at- county. Titusville, Florida. ant calls this week: Mr. and Mrs. H.
turned home Tuesday from several tempt to stop her from entering the Watton. ,f ('lifton; Mr. Geo. W.
week spent in Augusta, Ga., and in city. The siege is raised-Joan goe. Dean Robottom's Next Lecture New Ordinances in Effect Today Schuyler, of Cocoa; Mr. E. B. Arnold.
South Carolina. Mr. Denham re- to the cathedral to give thanks. Dean Robottom will give his reg- The new ordinances prohibiting of Malabar;
ed his former position with Mr. Other victories fellow. At Co ular monthly lecture next Monday stock running at large, regulating Mr. E. S. Hutchinson, after a stay
his former position with Mr. piegne, however, reversal comes; the afternoon at 3 ,'chlok in the rooms
Kline yesterday. French are driven back-retreating of the Progressive Culture Club for the sped o automobiles, requiring I f about a week at Hotel Palmhurst.
Mater Wilafd Taylor celebrated to thedrawbridgeofthetown which, the benefit of the building fund of all motor vehicles to carry lightsreturned north Tuesday via Enter-
his ntenthbirthday Sunday and either by treachery or cowardice that organization. The admission fee at nights and be equipped with hells prise and the St. Johns river route.
hin honor o that ent Mar and closed on Joan. who is taken to is only ten cents. and as it is for a or horns, etc.. take effect today, Dec. He is a trucker at Schenectady, N. Y.
in hoor of that event Major and Rouen, tried, condemned and led to most worthy cause it is hoped that 10th, and we understand that these and is quite charmed with what h.
Mrs. ITlorpepared aspecialdinner the stake for execution May, 1431. the public generally, or all who can loth an we understand that these and is quite charmed
at which a few of Master Wilson's Miss Conkling has been working do so, will avail themselves of the ordinances will be enforced to the saw here in Florida.
friend were p earnestly and faithfully on this wor opportunity of hearing this excellent letter. At the meeting of the coun- The Florida farmer might spends
Mr.J. mer the newnd she will virtually live the part f lecture as well as aiding the ladies in cil Tuesday night cement sidewalks little of his surplus time looking over
Mr. J. C, the new wath Joan in singing the great music, their efforts towards the erection of were ordered to be built on all the the list of questions which his Uncle
maker, is putting up a double store a library building which will be an were ordered to be built on all the the list of quettions whic h l
front on property recently pur- Booster Club Meeting ornament to the town. The subject business and the principal residence Sam'scensus enumerators will hurl at
chased from Mrs. Scrimeour, one The meeting of the Booster club for this next lecture is Henry W. streets of Titusville. him in about six months from now.
store room he will occupy himself Wednesday night was rather a slim Longfellow.- Without some thought and prep-
Mr. Tom Johnson for Supervisor aration it will be almost as hard for
and the other will be for rent. A attendance. The time was devoted Church Notes At a meeting of the Breard oun- him to give correctly all the informa-
stairway between the two will lead to discussing the water works ques- At a meeting of the Brevard coun- him to give correctly all the informa-
to rooms overhead, which will be o- tion and a bond issue for the pur- Rev. H. F. Harris will occupy the ty Democratic executive committee, tion the government requires as it
copied by Mrs overhead, hi will be pose of putting in a municipal wrter Methodt plpi i Ti ile next held last Thursday afternoon, Mr. T. will be for some of the fair sisters to
quite by impro. Cameron. This win. plant.ose of putting into a munice oi cirm Sunday morningand night. Morning J. Cockshutt, of LaGrange, was se- tell how many yea they've ram-
quite an improvement to our town, plant. Owing to aheence of chairmen bled ll ths earth.
of several important committees the service 11 a. m. evening service 7 p. elected for appointment by the gover-
Words of Praise for Judge Jone amount of business transacted wasm. nor as supervisor of registration for New Officers for Eastern Star
The bar of Volusia county has small. The next meeting will bon Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on this county, vice the late W. S. Nor-electionof officers
The bar of Volusia county has small. The next meeting will be on Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30 wood, (le~cased. Mr. Cockshutt is, of riendship Chapter, order of
urged Judge Jones to consent to the regular meeting night, Wednes- Sunday next at Inlanola at 10:30 ualie or te posi n g rdship Chapter, order of
al wt hue nay. toe 22 plaed on th fiwell qualities for the position, having pi Earstern Star, held Tuesday, Miss
official ballot for the primary elec- day, December 22nd. Remember the Dean Robotto will officiate inSt. lled it fr a number f a ir Susi L. Teeter was elected worthy
tion of 1910, adding that the bar of date and let every Booster be pres- Mark's church, Cooa, on Sunday Teor. ,orwo< taking it up,. matron: Mr. J. R. Walker. worthy
that county knows the judge to be ent to consider important business. The. lii itr Miss Zanie Stewart asso-
the unanimous choice of both the morning )eceber 12th at 11 o'clock Kitioners for this p,,it>in uII o'.. th trflin; Ms J Kline, nu-
bar and the people of Volusia county. LaGrange Christmas Tree lland S:. Gahln'il's church Titusvillh, committee t,: .Mir. G;. M. :.--,;,.iat
We wish to add to this request that The thirty.eighth (. t i on',, l .). i i i a 7:. I o'clock. i, .* iu.'- MrzI. 1 Wi . .
we believe Judge Jones is the unan- O nrtygeighth Shipments t.. ..: 8. J. A *er tretL, Iu urer
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Sand gossip

Ti Republican ma)cty In the sen-
ate Is redueed by one on aceoiat of
the appointatet of Pooatata L.
Thompsoo of North Dakota to Iil the
veaslcy ealnd by the death of Mar-
tU L. Johbases which occurred after
the adjournment of the special se
oe. Johnsem was a "'pm.~b n
Tbompeon Is a Democrat. Hts ap-
pointuest to Oil the vacanm7 was
made by Governor Burke, who Is a
Democrat. Thompsona s one of the
leaders of bhi party in bi state. but
his oleebolding has been conlined to
county oces. In the lower house W.
J. Moxley will take the place of WU.
lham aLrlmer of Chicago. who was
elected OUlted States senator last'
spring by the Illinois legislature.

Practically a new face In tbe lower
bome at this session of congress will
be James B. Cassldy. elected last
April to succeed Theodore E. Burton.
who was elected United States senator
from Ohio last winter. Burton bad
represented the district In Ohio com-
prised of the city of Cleveland. Cas-
ddy was elected to succeed him last
April. He was present during a part
of thespecial sesslon and had the dis-
tinction of being the youngest repre-
sentative. Two new men In the ad-

Copyrtiht by Clinedlnst. Washlngton.
minlstrmtion cirnle are Lee McClung.
recently appointed treasurer of the
United Stales, and Professor A. P.
Andrews. the new director of the mint.
A new face in the diplomats circle is
that of Count Conrad de Buinsieret.
minister front Belgium.

Among the debutantes that will make
their normal bow to, the stlasrt world
of Washington this winter is .Miss
Illldegarde Nagel. daughter ot the sect-
retary ot commllnerce aud lalbor. Miss
Nagel is one of the most lpopllar girls
In the society ot her Donme city. St.
Louis. and is a strikingly handsome
*llrl. The two Ibautiful daignipers of
the NNorwegiain minister, th le Misse
Sigrid and Ingelbrc.g 4;ude. are also
much henrlded deblutiites andl will add
greatly to the ilinterest of thel present
season. Washington will have a Ioose-
velt debutuinte. lIoi. for M iss olga
Ioosevelt. danhithler of Rolbc'rt I oose-
velt of New York. will co(ine1i ilt iii the
Capital City. Shel is a hnlidloiiie girl
of the athletic' Vlype.. Other dlelbutintles
of the seasloni :ire Miss %Al:arir:irt lara-
per. daiuglht'r of Ge (iir:al iralr: Miss
BoutPlle. 1;iagiirtler of illRepre-stiiatalive
Routelle: .1Miss IOwein. datugiii:11ilr cf Sn-
aitor Owen. ind Mi kss laiiri .M'rriaiin.
daughter ot the former ciire'ct,r of the

There has been much talk of late
about the new executive othle-' in the
White llollus. which have just been
completed. and many visitors to "ash-
Ingtonii hlveI inspec-ted Ihem. They are
works of art. pronounced in Washig-
ton ;is lthie imos sumptuously furnished
of nt y ,of lthe host ot Inag;liilitenlt of-
tit-es in the capital.
Two large ollices in the rear are de-
voted to IPresident Taft andi Sec4reta.ry
Carpenter. Thle president's is :i lair'a,
room. oval in sh:iape :aiil tdecoiratel in
greets :indtl ttliite. The w;vll ;irA are cotel
witlh burial. The furniture ,.osists of
Ine% cli;irs and settees covered wvitl ia
Philippine product., Iarab;io. or water
buffalo, leather. The doors aret p:lrnllet

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Im S over to him be r. e eowrelt.

In Wu4iirr lI Il. Mt taunisbe siml.
bu1. tHilipplaie wds alto tfurnaLshing
the uourteWt.
Mrs. Taft returned to Wasbilgton
from R~verly much Improved In
bealtb. but is hardly well e.<.ugh to
bold the le:ideshblp of Washnlgton som
eil Ifte. lhe bas everything that In
nemedd for it but the bealtb. baring
spent many yeutr In smisntling M1.
McKinley nod Mrs. Roouwelt. and bas
the eihhcs of Wasolnnto enutertaln-
meet at her flger tils. It requires
a robot constitution Jor the constant
round of dinners. balls. reeptlons and
other fimc.tlionis bat make the soclai
life of the I enral so brilliant.

The C Oorct Time
To stop a cough or eold is just au oon s it
toart-them there will be no dauser of pnea-
maons or oMetpatlio. Jut a few dean of
Ballard's orehoaud Syrup taken at the start
will top the cough. If it been rouning
on for sometime the treatment will be longer.
but the care is sure. Sold by all druggist.


Proventorium at Lakewood Will Treat
Children of the Tenements.
Located nl the cottage forlnrly be-
longing to G;ruver Cleveland at Lake-
wood. N. J.. and made possible by the
benevoleuce of Nathan S.traus. the
world famed philautbruopist. i new
agency has been started in the war
against consumption in this country.
It Is called ai preventoriuul and is de-
signed for the treatieut of children
in the incipient stages of the disease.
The patients will be taken frimn the
tenement districts lu New %urk city.
There are already ninety-two inmates
In the institution, and plans now under
way will enlarge the calrucity to 400.
Only curable cases will im, accepted.
Experience shows that a permanent
cure can be effected in about three
months, so that more than 1.000 pa-
tients.can be handled per year. Even
this will be but a small beginning.
however, as it is estimated that there
are 40.000 curable cases of tubercu-
losis among the children of New York
The deed to the Cleveland cottage
was given by Mr. Straus. and Mrs.
Cleveland. who is one of the directors
of the new preventorium. assisted In


and vike presi-
dents and ctn-
gremmeo uimy come
and go. but con-
gros goes on for-
ever-that is. It has*
been going on now
for over a hundrtil
years. and If ilial
ley's comet will
only keep its dis-
tance congress will
probably cotllminlle to
do busies at tI e
old stand for centu-
ries to come. There
is an impression ex-
stling inl the miinds

of many that the date of its Inception
Is from 1774. when was held what is
known as the "First American .con-
gress." This congress. which met inl
Philadelphia. must In no sensen. wle von-
fused with the congrelssof ITN;. held
in the same city. for it In from the iatl-
ter we date the birth of our continuous
legislative life as a nation.' The f.r-
mer made the De.liluration of Iitlde-
pendence a Iuosmibillty: the later sus-
tained the principles of that Declara-
tion and brought order out of eleven
years of chaos and uncertainty.
September. 1787. then. was the be-
glining of the congress of tidaly. a;l-
though it was not until s.llie' lnililts
later that this a mighty revolitio i not
only in our own land. but in Ilie priin-
ciples of giovernmeinil over civilized
man. became Iby the sign.attinr-s of the
various state representatitvs alln ;i-
couiplisl ld fact. The seat if .overn-
ment was ilmovel d to \Vasllillton it:
1800. and lu the imagnaiteni aa plitol the
statesliien of the Ipreseit follow with-
out deviation lt- constitution; ;nr lieir
chart anld co mpass---the palwr ;i\vein by
the patriot and statesman of over a
hundred years aso..

The present session of congress. he-
gnining Monday. tDc.. 6. is the tirst
relgul;ir .ises*ion of Ilie S~iX. Ii rs coln-
gress. the last session thai Io1iin ontl
March l1 15 eitig a s|ieial one c allte Sly
President Taft to consider tile thrill.
A nimatled .scetl always mark atai
open tg of congress. andil all roads inl
WashMlington lead to the great ltiional
capitol on that day.. 'The tbeg.iiilll o(It
each session is only history rclpent:lil
Itself. however. There are Mlie satiin
crowds. the same scenes. Ilite saillI
formal announcement t t)o ilthe retsitlen
that ench house is ready to do il sil
ness. tlhe ulme lottery of set'ils il tI-he
house. the salne dignithiel aii41 simple
proceedings in the senate. Aaid yel.
with all this repetition of familiar

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f'ma'. -rmii :il teiiMper :i- T ie II nv' f l inm y.
who miigllht la like- thin. A we':k. i.'klv ',-
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The buyer nowadays takes but little
stock in statements and assertions. He
says: "Show e e;" "Prom il."
We say to such a discriminating and
educated buyer: "Come and see us--we
will show you the goods."
We have the agency for the celebrated



Truss Frame Bicycles

We assert that we can "show you" the
bicycle "that experience can produce,"
"money can buy."




the ni'tl:,I".rs. ;aiitl .-traners push down
the isless I, e .tt a c losew view of some
oif !thel mirl noita ble legislators. T'he
F.;ilhlic.s aL'e p :i :keil. and there Is a
(;;' a< ii;lliiiery from every state
in l'i ) I .: >. Neiedless Ito sa 1y that
l Icr. ;rr stiles Iit-s would tit any
e:;ir ofl thle t:-i alet:le or any season:
or lim ti lt on tlie roiiinent.

bcgiiliniig of etvert new congress. This
is it'e only time itht time new member
Is ton ai eql: I footingl with those long
Its service. Ini everything else seniority
counts. but all are equal in the draw-
ing for se:! salve ex-slenkers and
part.- Ip!cdrs. swhio sometimes are al-
lowed by *,o'limon consent to choose
their se.its ti:', r.

Women In Korea.
In Koreai when a girl is married
she appears at tlhe we lding cere-
moiny with heir face I,;riritct a ghast-
ly white. tier lijp- dtLl -carlet an!
her eyelidl p;i-ted t.,' tliher so as t,,
deprive her entirely ,f iight. Ko-
rean women are conim lled to work
very hard; but, as a rule, thev are
well t (atedl by their lihubands. They
have pretty names, cleaning plum.
blosson, treasure. etc.. but after
marriage are known only as So-anl!-
so's wife until they have a sn.
after which they are known as tihe
mother of that son.

Trouble Makers Ousted

When a Slff 'rt-r frolll ,*toiiach tlro.ille,. taken
Could Not Be Better Dr. King'I Ne.w Life' i'il. he's ,mighty lad
No oie has ever made a salve. ointment, lo- te" e his dy*l,.vi|a-ia fly bit ia,,re--he'% tic-k led
tin or halui to cniipare with Hucklen'a Ar- ove''r his new. ftie a|li-titt.. -tronm nerves.
nic;a Salve. Its the one perfect healerof -uts. healthy vigCr. all le-rau.lse .temicb. liver awl
corns. burns, bruises. soresa. scalla. lmils. ul- kidneys nomw work right. ". at Rnner
rse'. eczma,. malt rheuml.' For sore eyes, cold Drug Store
sere,. c'hapHpeld hands its supreme. Infallihile' -.. .. .
for piiles. Only 2.7e at Banner Drug Store.
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The Lost H.

pC1 I~cl Chovinvi l. who w c;;lc 4 Ill)
the d ha:!oftrc.Ioig hi- 164Ws. atm!
%'Ir l-'r a lwi-ivar were out-i
A~ V;1-41-c~idlte the

ti !c :I -XI I I- ci Iei-ai a "It1t
E' I I-en. E\ (er v timen'thle other rota t-
(I tientit t fl- her t hey (callehei ir
thet I 1Teleri. At lat-t the jidge with
w l nt r. I .:I\.. ;;) id ''Stoll"~ :

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bur ib: ?i i- aI . I a-av.-t. I
OUfla i aIL :I sL i. w..I ra,, ~g.. ThaiOge
So ym~a I &titAfr..- r. m al t i t i a as-ras g. Ysi
CSU lUlle -su I.I!a.1-a Mg ri-heImamasit
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Best Fr~
The Bowels

Pleasanc. PilaeaeeIe t p ccg.atprit T -1' -.. ;-.t Iaa 4a !
Nev.r Fta' k'-a. or' I t, Ii a! .pr a '_,- W -., w % .- .r
Gold in Iaashk. I 1- 9:01 t '-a1 -:
Quariamia Irp ) r r %. r a
Sterling Rerinrdy Co.. ( _r N. Y

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l The Bj .to Giveg

$10,000 Cash-50.00 in Stock

of The Miami C,"c'o ,'fn. Co. ern; 19 10%
annually, is the of. .L.. -. *I) I; -.*-t Ianu-
facturers of high ,In'. '. in th ,u rld.that


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van Is sol ft the PbMr ic*Y

h so -eabi ictgt. eI a erri
be es r Ieaed la his hbIdles and
remnarkable Ceaeer. i tet. the execu-
toat of two Amnerias to Nicaragsa
recetlyj and Zeitaa*s r dtmegrd
of thbe anmenaltle whcb dltary ex-
Jtt between nations have *strrd the
state department to action. and I'resl-
dent Taft iA determined to make the
llves of A iericau citizentr much xafer
andd more respected lu Central Ainer-
a0' tha they hare ween hitherto.
lewny (.'tnon. one of the w imerlennt
executed iS1 .Nkrraiia. was of the
"'l'"dler 'r ftrtti'"e type. a utive (t
!: -rt-'-h- n. !'n.. nmd tlweity-nise year
"' t'-'.r. r" *.- In his ioyhot "l days be
#.., f .tI4e ... .' of al love of adventlire.
..L a... . livlug iu Cet rul Amner-
' : ears nr i l In l inu t t lime
tile Ipsts lr i o lo it Ilf a dozenii tline
a t &liito. t It i : irtlmiIus I etierlriseet.
Willalii si, l word ius rretvervl Ilaht
be i.It l It a. ttinmu itii o t i l for rimr-
ticlpntle itn anm uprising. Iint wne4
sared t.t il erventionu ot t'e tiliet
Of the wheir Aiewrio ianexetutedl i
Nicallrail. I oirll rd lr -e. little Ia
known to the ('Central Ameriean Iniem-
bIrs of Ihe dll)lo)nm ti-c (rpl. nild no ,
word hbas Ien received of his ante.ed.
Jose Snitos Zelaya. president of NI-
caragrun. i one ot the most interesting
characters in Central America. lie

resembles in many sirikinu character-
Istic Ciprianou astro. whose place be
has taken as trouble maker for the
United states tinugag thie lnaint-Ainlri-
can republics Thee is I tne loint ot
difference. however. .elualat litt held
his ottce for sitelle yevurs atnd today
has a stronger grip on the job than at
aDny other time. Castro after a lJOng
reign a dictator was deposed by his
closest associates the Imiiolent be left
hia native oll to repair bis broken
health by expert medal treatment Ju
Europe. YAelaya Is making no mistake
of this kind.
The preshlent of Nk-aragun has all
the kill of Castro as a political plot-
ter and Intriguer. He mainains himn-
self lo power by the most cruel. des-

potki methods. He bolds lfe cheaplly
and. according to stories told. dotes nt
hesitate to shoot and even to burn to
death his poliltcai euaiules. Cas-
tro. be entertains an luteume hatred fur
the United states anld general con-
tempt for the Euri Iwan powers. He is
ambitious iollithally.. ie buas plauined
for Central Anwrie the samie anti-
United Stales cetltmiluation wbk-b Cas-
tro fostered fwr ouutb Alleria.
elaysr biWklou to bhe o ml arlattocra

fppy ,?t?'e aaMft makes M ll
a ril lt-..'tt Be w t e tlh.*
ait Le :.:; Kta Nlarag: could .t-
r'a4 1 thM.n at feurtoeen, r:: to
lsrepo Be studied at La aorbone..
Is Paris. sad vilsted other Euru,:'...
slverltits. At twenty-Gre be .r-
turned to hI native lilc. a man at
grMat attantments. kuonwleUge uad ea-

Zelaya nrmsed hblmelf to the pre,'-
d .cy of 'icaramua by something like
a trick. It was a three cornered lght.
one of thbe andldates belung Jose uu-
toe, another being Zelaya. Their coi-
blaed votes overwhelmed the their
competitor, nad Zelayn became pres!-
dent. Hil predoinaltiung characteristic
I1 his coural.e.
Har Hert Was Broken

Because her comp'ezion was ltd and she
could find nothing to clear it up. Ladies: A
bad complexion is caused by an inactive liv-
er. An inactive liver will he pnt in iprfect
condition by taking Rllard's Herhine The
unequalled liver regulator. old byalldrung-

How Misfortune Has Pursued Those
Owning the Famous Gem.
That finlou uand unlilckLy gel the
Hope diamnolnd i s #gain inll the lilmw-
light. aud it was believed for a time
tbat It had twen lost to the world for-
ever. Selill Habib. who wis sup-
posed to hive lthe stone in his1 iosses-
slol,. havinir Ieetil one of those drown-
edl In the sinking of Ithe Fre-nch steaiil.

Pr La Seynte recently. It turns out.
however, that be sold tiie jewel iI
Paris before sailing. Every owner of
the Holpe diamond has met misfortune
,r death. as the following record
Jean Baptiste Tavernier brought the
Hope diamond from the orient in 166
and later sold It to Louis XIV. Taver-
uler died a pauper. Wilhelm Fals, the
Amsterdam diamond cutter, who cut
the Hope diamond. died a bankrupt.
His aon stole the diamond from his
father and committed suicide. Mme.
de Montespan, favorite of Louis XIV..
borrowed the diamond andl was sup-
planted. Nicholas Fouquet. treasurer
of Louis XIV.. also borrowed the dia-
oond. was disgraced and imprisoned
and died suddenly. Marie Antoinette
received the diamond and was guillo-
Another owner of the unlucky stone
was Jacques Coles. a dianlond ner-
chant, who committed suicide. alnd
the Xlnm passed lnto lhe hands of I.urdl
Henry F-ranicis lolpe. Financial iron-
Lles and hlis unfortunate Ii;arrn;:lt" tI,
May Vohe followed soon after. mind a
succession of imistfortuntes c:in.e i 1 her.
It next went lo 1 .New York di.Illnonl
firm. wit, benw it to have rtiliii;in ii dil-
tiuIlties soou after Iaoinil into,-
4loti otf the blue st' 'ine. but 1reiovere I
prosperity after Ihey ta:il soild it. The
sultan of Turkey. A.Id:II hlanid. ine\t
owned it and was deposed., ;ld Seliall
Habib. who Iurchased it next. has
now been drowned.
Possible Complication.
"Well. Tommy."
"Do you believe there's people
living on Mars?"
"I see no reason to doubt it.*'
"Well. wouldn't it be a good joke
on 'em if they should find out after
we get to talking to 'em. that the\
don't know that's the name of their
planet ?"--Chicago Trilune.

A Hearty Appetite
Is what met habies have. hut itL of no bene-
fit to the if they have worms. Be surr your
baby is not troubled with them Sure syrp-


iYVao Wife of Dr. GreInfel WIl 6* to
I Faot f Larader.
Prof that the rae of old fallowd
hernnes Isn't dead yet was furnisled
In Chicago recently. whio Alua Mac-
Clanaban became the wife of Dr. Wil-
fred T. se voiced the Meutimenlin whicb bav.
Ilpired womeo for ages to flud their
love o admiration of manly courage
and self acrifce and to seek their hap.
pinoes 1o devoting their lives to the

Facts FR Ford

There is actually more Automobile
value in the Ford Model T than in
any other car at several hundred
dollars more money. . .

Think of the Price

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careers of thi, men they marry, no
matter how greatly the msaritive that is
called for ,Ii their part. l'he young
b;ide will hi.tve 1tine Ihint int Chi-
Cago. Wilhe'r sit' has twe'iln prtillliql'llt Ili
socilty. mlldl r:,side with ltr huisbnlld
in the froen ziitrl ih.
The ilride.r.oii. I r. Wilfred T. (;ren-
fell. is tIll heroic iii- m ii ic l mission.
ary or I.;ibr':la'r, of wlhum so much in
praise hins bIeen' written. VY;Ir in and
year out this 1an t.11 lildres all sorts of
hardships \\iilh ,iie i object ill view-to
be of services to his fellow ienl. lie
has no islary-in fact. hundreds of his
patients are tiunable to I:iy himi any-
thing-hlut this imaNits ino difference.
for hI is in Labrador to relieve tlhe
In the fishing s;Ieason hle sails his
o(sllitnl slliill Iln i lihe c'll st. resem-ll
bllis s imuIlill the stormy petrel that
whlien m: Ii- allow n.t-.urs all the fishing
fleets sa.v. **l'his'll lbrim, the doctor."
ie h;s worn out several vessels with
his dl;rin': vity;lies. folr e is the most
storm i efying skipper iII t hoeP waters.

The Fear of Thirteen.
The fearful grip which this No.
13 superstition contiilnies to Iave
upcn tle Ihearts of men and women
in all wi lks of life i isi.ollilreli n-
silelt, sa'.. 0. S. Mlarlen in Success
.Hat:azille. Yet eCery intelligent
pe,-on know-, that ntihing., in this
world cal.n lj,'.ilul\ take place with-
oUit ai c;:,l-e 4in lilhit tlie ca';lilze lust
ie sutllicient to prrodiuce an effect.
Tle most ignorant (peron. it would
seem, should know that the arbitra-
ry No. 1:3 has no more power to
produIce alny erlTet. l 1 l aiiie Iany cla-
lamitv. than a drop of ink. The
fact that the ink or paint instead
of being In the shape of a round
drop is put into the form of a
numeral 1:i does not add any force
or power to it. A drop of ink or
paint on the door of a hotel room
would 1 \ve jut-t is much power to
produce harm as it would if formed
into the figure 13.

If you are mituiriun frnm ilioiiuisnemw. con-
Miliatiotl.,i liged tion. chrollic headache, in-
vestt ,onie relt inl a pmtal card. semi to ('ham-
herlaiiin Medicin t('o.. Il-s Mointes. Iowa. with
jrour InaIe and Hladidrs.s pilinly on the back

Here's the Model "T' Ford-a four-cylinder, twen-
ty-horsepower, five-passenger, comfortable, durable, prac-
tical touring car,complete with all the equipment that costs
from $150.oo to $3oo.oo additional in most other cars, and
all this for not $3,000.00 or $2,ooo.oo, or one and a half
thousand, at any of which a man would get his money's
worth, but for $950.oo f. o. b. Detroit complete.
It isn't fuss and feathers that is needed to make the
car you buy satisfactory; it's just plain automobile, and if
you get that for 950.00 and no more of it for double, why
pay the extra? Any car snow selling for several hundred
dollars more could, if built by Ford in the Ford shops by
Ford methods and in Ford quantities, be sold at the Ford
price if the manufacturer would be satisfied with the Ford
profit per car.

The Model "T" Ford includes a magneto-that's es-
sential to the satisfactory operation of a car, so it's built in
and made part of the engine, not an added accessory at a
hundred or so more dollars. It has a long, comfortable
wheel base, it is not a dinky runabout with a tonneau crowd-
,ed on behind. It's a four-cylinder car, is shaft driven, em-
ploys unit construction and 3-point suspension, and is
made of Vanadium steel. All in all, it would be a whop-
ping big value at double the price.
Then look at what equipment is included. Exper-
ience has taught us that most buyers want a top. With
other cars that's an extra; they want a windshield, that's
extra; a speedometer is a satisfaction, and that's extra; they
want a stronger light, and gas lamps are extra; and by the
time they have bought all these things, the price which is
already higher than the Ford, has been jumped another
hundred or so-plus the magneto. There is nothing ex-
tra to buy for a Ford, these things are all included.

The Final Test
After all, the final test of value is what it will do? This
is the proof of Ford value. It will go anywhere over any
Kind of road, or lack of road, more days for more years
than the average car at a considerably higher price. It
has good appearance, speed and power, as well as hill-
climbing ability and good and bad roads negotiability.
Repair bills are small and maintenance costs light. It is
easily handled, easily kept up and always ready. It's a
practical every-day car for the man who wants a car for ,dl
it will accomplish.
It was a Model "T" Ford which L. C. Oliver, of Jack-
sonville, Fla., made that record run from Jacksonville to
Savannah, Ga., in thirteen and three-quarter hours, pass-
ing en route a $3,000.00 car that had started five hours
earlier on a similar errand. It was 'a Model "T" Ford
that won the New York-Seattle Race, in twenty days and
fifty-two minutes, defeating all other entrants, none of
which cost less than five times the Ford price or weighed
less than five times Ford weight. .(tHow the Ford Won
sent on request.)

High Priced Quality in a Low

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ami tfhey will foirwair yu a free sample of High-priced cars render a peculiar service for which
(Chamithwrlain's Stomach anil Liver rTablets.
Sold by ail dealer.. they must be given credit. They pull a lot of money out
Settled the Surgeon. of safety vaults and put it into circulation. That's good.
'lTe sir.njcit of a Iitilitarv station But there are a lot of us so fixed that most (of our cash
durinrl tII. ii\il war w;a note] ft'r already finds plenty of channels by which it returns to cir
hi.s I' v ,r la'iiae, which n.v,(e culation. The Ford Mlodel "'T" costs little to buy and
faiC.l ,o, tinthr tl>. 1 tnost trying little to maintain. The man on an average incime can3l
tirrnli',-1;i, ,-. I. a- t pl,;lhr' afford the purchase price and the upkeep cost.

aitl -ant t tr.ante i t i,, "' igh-Priced (ualitv in a low-priced car." ihe re-
witcr oI the Ipa'stpove. (e1 On,' ,iv.;s-
sion the colonel appropriate.d tlie cords of the past prove the quality, the prices follow.
surgeon' tent for a I,-,-I taibic)
without tlie formality of -tatini, hlis -
intlention. Th'le surgeon .ent a Touring Car. Fdlly Equipped $950.00
complaiint to tle general in ,. wi he I Roadster, Fully Equipped 900.00
naind, in whiil he said. '1 have not ... F. O. B. Detroit ...
so mntuch ne a fly to interpose be-
twcen'll in hiead alnd the -f;ir decked
lteavein altoe ienc.'" This document All Model "T" Bodies Are INTERCHANGEABLE.
went thlrontigh the usual routine and
was at last returned to the surgeon .... Catalog and Prices Sent on Request....
with the following endorsement:
"Colonel R. will cause a fly to inter- *
pose between the head of the com-
plainant and the star decked hea.v
ei above him as soon as possible."Indian River usi House


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That explanation was in effect that
the packer, being obliged to pay a
higher price for livestock, passed oti
the additional cost to the dealer, who,
in turn, shifted it to the consumer.
This, however, is not the whole
story of the rise of mess beef front
$8.85 a barrel in 1900 to $13.20 in 1908.
For its full understanding there
must be taken into account the mil-
lions in surplus profit reserved by
the packers to convince Wall street
of the pfe ad lucrative nature ol

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IoLi.U Arwe.hua Flows
Stat Geologist W. H. Sellards is
rdiasr Invemiati of the arts
"im TQr St. Johns county In con-
nMis with pie plans for map-'
Piagout the subterranean ow of the
etrgm state. He will take up the
othbr unties of the state and cover
them arefuly as fast as possible.
The work isef much importance to
Florida, as it will enable the sinking
of wells for Irrigation or water sup-
ply purposes to be done more intelli-
gently, and will also be of great value
in the studying of geological forma-
tion of the state. All information
pemible regarding the effects of wells
upon other wells and in changing in
volume of fow as well as regarding
the nature of the strata through
which the boring was carried is
The United States geological sur-
vey has assisted in the work during
the ast year, but Mr. Sellards is now
working alone for a time. Some of
the towns of the state discharge their
sewerage int subterranean streams
id an important part in the geologi-
cal survey was to ascertain if there
was any danger of towns in the lower
part of the state. tapping these
streams for their water supply.
So far as could be ascertained the
same streams were not tapped any-
where. What is known as the silt
test was used. Salt is easilydistin-
guished in analysis and over a ton
was placed down one well. Tests were
then made in water from different
wells in the lower part of the state to
detect the salt. Only a few instances
were it found, and in these water
was unpolluted.
Mr. Sellards is Florida's first state
geologist and his work in regard
to the mapping out of the phosphate
deposits is expected to prove of espec-
ial value to the state. The office was
created under the Broward adminis-

Why Prices of Meats Are High
The statement submitted by Ar-
n.dur & Co., in connection with the
listing of abond issue of $30,000,000
on the stock exchange, shows the
packing industry to be even more
profitable than had popularly been
The company by its own showing
made a gross profit of $10,582,000 for
the year on a capital stock of $20.000-
N000 and earned a surplus of $7,127,926
or the equivalent of a dividend of
:t5.6 per cent.
Here is something more than the
potentiality of wealth bIeyndl the
dreams of avarice.
It is avarice itself in the manufac-
ture anl sale of a necessity of life.
Armour & Co., by their own admiss-
ion have justified the chaI yes of ex-
tortion brought against the beef trust
says the New York World.
In the light of this enormous profit
the explanation of the high prices of
meat recently made by the chairman
of the packers committee requires

them may be considered as derelict
of duty. Paving the roads with these
materials protect them from wear
and washing so that, apart from
making traveling easier and pltas-
anter, it really cheapens road main-


And Jeweler
Has located in TIUTSVILLE, and comes to stay,
having purched the Scrimgeour building, opposite Pritchard's
Hardware store. . ..
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^Q ing under the title, Why Fertilize Citrus Trees in the Fall.
*It is prepared with the extreme care we give to all our publica-
tions and will prove of interest to all and of hbnefit to many.
Our Imooklcts are ail free : : :
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Trees in the Fall How to Begin an Orange Grove
t FloridaeSods o
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S"just as good" as any, but the BEST that can be made, and be-
sides giving you TRUE QUALITY, we can save you money : :

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3 4 I.ast sea.son was the n.osit s l.V, u- ill I
3 ? ,,ur history with our vegetable grower.-. ;tailt
(,,our orange customers are writing crnthus-
S, iastically about their prospects.
S3 \, ~I iv. lu quii'cktr maturity. twttership-
Spintg qualities, lartrger crops. and can save 3
" ',You mor"," ino\ than any other brand on
r the mark t. .. .. . . .
Not an idle Loast: We havi tvi, .,..' n
5 for over thirt\.y years in Florida. a.llti vd vr,
J. never more successful than nmw f
SHear what we have to say about it. Writ.-
toi our agents-- '
E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville I
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time. This is only one instance where
a good road saves time The vehicle
was a buggy and the load two men
and fifty pounds of baggage, say 330
pounds. On a hard road at a walk the
horse would have easily pulled three
times that weight.




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W a the Auto Does r Iods Distance is only comparative, de-
--M over th reaet -to pending on the means by which it is
maim raw ^ aTuIm to Jack- overcome. New settlers coming here
a-ia tAs think that, considering the poor
movWm midviSt. Augutne roads, a cou of miles is as far a-
amps again, the Starke Telegraph way from a town as they care to live,
dess up the good roads question in and the territory beyond, with its
the following able manner: cheaper and often better land, from
br sevrl yr the newspapers the lack of good roads is unsettled.
do the state, the government and a Farmers far away from towns on ae-
few progresive men have preached count of "slow" and at times almost
good roadswithout much success, but impassable roads, are prohibited
now comes the automobile and does from marketing vegetables, potatoes
moreinadaytobringaboutachange poultry, etc., on account of the
for the better than all other agencies long time consumted.on the roads and
have done for years. The auto has a the small loads that can be carried,
right to the.road as well as horse ve- and are thus deprived of another
hides and must have a better road source of revenue.
than would suffice for them, for it The autoists in making their run'
runs fast and is heavy. In improving through this county last week praised,
the roads after this the needs of the our roads. The route had received a I
auto must also be considered. little extra care iu the way of remov-
But in doing this the machine is by al of stumps, improving the bridges
no means the only beneficiary. The and leveling off rough places, but
writer had occasion, some time ago, most of the praise was given the pine
to travel twenty-one miles over aver- with which the sandy reaches straw
age country roads. The start was were covered. A little pine straw, i
made at 1 o'clock p. m., but the deep or cane bagasse has the same benefi-
sand almost all the way, which pro. cial effect on a sandy or rough road
hibited faster speed than a walk, as oil on rusty machinery, and those
made the journey requireeight hours who have the roads in charge and in ,
whereas, on hard road, it should have the future do not make use of these
taken but little more than half the simple and cheap means of improving

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"1e h~ve n n Pvrua ourr ant Faly for foumbr of y ar aeil Ind wtwnip If

Bowels and Stomiz2^!A. ) ""* I** e"L'*i "' v iiran f .. .toenr. I .., i mlviii i tv
'M Mary *Inv4. 7918 lIytiol.i .'. ve.. I iyou -ll ir rm IM 11i, i.u IaVInowIt# .
C*iagoI. bs: d tpHndid Ap l-for pet runit nw .
"-I an recommend Peruna a a -ouNaml Cctarrb of Intrrnl Orwamw.
irediei for ch ;e me.t:Isne 1fo st r "nf t< Mr l. I Jaeklmn. It. Is. :.- .nw.
le w.ebs. int!. :t..iin:t'i.1h. e** th ^ n t*^ ^roul4 i N, rites: *I II 141 1 .:d4:i t:rrb
1, severelyy wi.k n it forover hiteyear. n if the iai.rnall firgr,m.i I.i haamrt ihi;i a
"One year ago I l-Ian to tail:e Peruna. ear. I tried others i, ihic .iAidciitut
the wonderful toniIe for w % i *t3. and I 91V.i Vnevfiiit.
noied a.1 a wonderful is '<>. '-ii 'it. a. I -%:is. r iu.; : to lra I a
o MI I alwa.y hi;av e It on hand to 1 -.*in nd .Iifter (iin., i
ow and theu when in ) cn. h. It Irecet-edived ;a |rm;n. .

All thre time if you keep your cash
tLowegk. ane^8 -about you. You see so many little
ne r lntolv n .things you buy because the money is
aLwn n 1h^ h so handy. You wouldn't buy half of
A them if you had an account at
The First National Bank
iof St. Augustine, Fla.
You would decide that you didn't
need them bad enough to warrant
many things you wouldn't buy would
l* make a very comfortable saving at
e^ .r- s-- t ie end of a year. Ever think about
it that way?


Lumber and Building Material
Yards at Eau Gallie, Cocoa and Fort Pierce
Orders for carload lots and house bills

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Chains, Charms, Rings, Ladies' Pins,
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PROCEEDINGS OF IHHE collected during the month of Nov-
ember, 1909, for the year 1908,
COUNTY COHIISSIONERS amounting to $1.00, was received and
checked up with the tax collector's
The Brevard county commissioners; stubs and found correct.
met at the court house in Titusville, Tax collector's report of poll taxes
Dec. 6, 1909, at 2:00 p. m. Present, collected during the month of Nov-
R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os- ember, 1909, for the year 1909,
ban, J. R. Miot. W. A. Heaton, amounting to $51.00. was received
T. J. Cockshutt; with A. A. Stewart, and checked up with the tax collect-
clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. or's stubs and found correct.
The minutes of the last meeting Report of T. J. Cockshutt. show-
,,f the board were read and approved. ing that he had collected and paid
Fine and forfeiture reports of into the county treasury for the bene-
clerk court county judge, and Just- tit of special road fund district No.
ices of the Peace L. K. Myers, J. M. 5 $55.00 from hire of county mules.
Sanders, C. T. McBride, W. C. Peter- was received.
son and C. H. Nauman were received. Report of W. A. Heaton. showing
Report of sheriff to the state au(lit- that he had collected and paid into
or of fines and costs imposed in Bre- the county treasury for special road
vard county during the month of fund district No. I $2h.75 from hire
November, 1909 was approved, of county mules, was received.
The clerk of circuit court present- Report of R. A. Conkling, showing
ed his witness pay rolls for state that he had collected and paid into
witnesses paid at fall term of circuit the county treasury for special road
court, 1909, amounting to $283.50 fund district No. :. $28.75 from hire
and the same were approved. of county mules, was received.
The clerk presented his pay rolls NOTICE OF SHEKI' tl: F%.ALE
for defendant's witnesses paid in the sN,,te,.i i -.l rtr.y ( iv.ii tin hat un r andl hy
case of state of Floridavs. J. H. Red- virtue o nt, excuiit.,rt iil tII r it LS ue
CeVt Of tile 'irt'uit court itn arld ;r St. Lucie
dick at the fall term of circuit court, I c nty. Fl,.rida. in a retain c'aut.s pending
I in t a si emirt whurvin tile .National Hank of
1909, amounting to $154.59, and the ,it i c4,rt wIrinl P.ration nl H pitiffank of
sa e w Willis W. Rum .ll a l ti;. rg (; Ruisell a e
same were approved. it-eendaints. I have levied nlui) aSit will. on
The treasurer's report, with de- itie 3r. delay f. Ja.nuary. A I, 1910. th sanme
posit certificate attached, was receiv- heing the iergt Mhoday ofJal.uar. tw o t, dur-
ed and checked up and paid warrants husc door at Titusvillr, Brevard county.
Florida. sell for cash to the highest and best
destroyed. bidder the following described lands attached
Bond of Charles J. F. Campbell as and lying and being in Brevard county. Flor-
ida towit: All of th one-eighth undivided
notary public was approved. interest of the defendant Willis W Rusell in
Tax collector's report of licenses fnd to the lands hereinafter demsribed. and
Tax Coector rI the one-half undivided interest of the de-
.-.. ...- IA.zne f mnantnh of Nov ...- ,! IG.. .m r Rnll..m. in and I the landA


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years, and buii,-red flom loss of
appetite, headache and pains
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was unable to get the coin-
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was the experience ol Mrs.
(;Gorgia Anla Arties. of Shan-
non. N. C., and she writes of
the result of her continued ef-
forts for finding relief: "1 was
advised by Iriends to try

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used or heard of, and I am tell-
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St Joseph's Liver Reiualato.r ha- been on
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The foiowila bomds for carrying
fir arm were approved and permits
issed: Howard A. Stowe, Win-
hester Bpeting rifle No. 812 Cal.
561; PF. Seobie, Sm ith & Wes-on
pitol No. 1098 Cal. 38.
Bond of T. J, Cockihutt a super-
visor of registration was approved.
On motion the treasurer-is hereby
ordered to transfer, to the county
road fund from the game warden
fund the sum of $1500. in accordance
with Chapter 5974, (No. 105) laws of
The board took up the matter of
insuring the county mules and after
considering the same is of the opinion
that it is not advisable to insure
Pension application of Thomas
Mathers was approved.
Clerk's report of tax redemptions
and purchases during the month of
September and October, 1909, were
The clerk is instructed to write J.
O. Fries to meet with the board at
their regular meeting on first Mon-
day in January, 1910,.to confer re-
lative to making a plat of Brevard
The clerk is instructed to paste
maps now on file in the clerk's office
in a book and he is hereby instructed
to purchase a book for this purpose.
On motion the comptroller is re-
questedtoallow cancellationof all tax
certificates against the land belong-
ing to Mrs. Bessie V. Snell, a widow,
described as follows: Part lot 2, de-
scribed in Deed Book P. page 76, Sec.
8, Twp. 27 S. R. 37 E. for the reason
that at the time said land was assess-
ed and sold the said Bessie V. Snell
was and is now a widow and was en-
titled to a widow's exemption on
such land.
The board of county commissioners
hereby gives notice to all persons to
whom permits for carrying pistols
have been issued that when such pis-
tols are carried by such person or
persons that such pistol or pistols
shall not be carried concealed and
should the board hear of any one
violating the law in this respect such
permit will be cancelled by the board
Accounts aggregating the follow-
ing amounts were examined, approv-
ed and paid from the respective
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The board adjourned until the tirst
Monday in January, 1910, at 2 p. m.



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M,-tlher (;nry's Sweet IPwilern fiir c'lildre,
a certain relief fir feverishness. lhe-adcbhe,
had stomach. teething dimrders, move and
regulate the bowels antd ldetr..y w ormns They
hreak up coMlt in 24 hI,,r They tr rtu Islei-
ait tot the taste anid hairmile as a milk,
ren like them. Over 10.0fAN to stimos islp of
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A W ov m to the ow e demand by order
tetMh V U S4I timity treasurer
shall be m=&do
w itb Xa i me tl fr tim of sale;
S aht oM tofad m ntis the
Mas as ta*a r salal conve- rt the surplus
L Tht r iall be a e rl hel of thee cit .At
S i te of wiM tihall wbhe dteany t -withi ix, mtt after the
Shave gt t suc h Gne, the owners if
am ti o chaM e sb n r to = h paelstiy or by agemt appearing in
mI-n the in proeredegw may apply in
-t- Ai ml Pro ibited Fm tm h mayer's eoort in person or by attor-
Ran-a at LS g -No bore, mulei my to show causewbl the penalty as to
ia, bab, steer, aw, o otier eat. se e Ad ulda ot be enforced, and if on
bg or mgoat shall be allowed epeu nap tha the decision be adverse
tor a at any time within the to thd:ty tih bIes shbll be refunded,
orporas mita of t h te whether i sedy collected, out of the proceeds
thAomr t eo liveo witin or with- of sae. If favorable to the ai or if
out the e. The owner or keeper of no such bpplention be made wi in the
say sch animal or animals fo run-n aid sx months, the fine shall be cover-
niag at large within the corate lim- ed into the general fund subject to sim-
its, shal be liable to a ine t reform of lar application. A demand for any
notes le W than ve nor more than one surplus shall be made within two years
hundred dollars, or to mis nment in from ale, or be barred. Should there
the dty ail not to ex twenty days, be at the sale no bidders, or should the
or both, in the discretion of the mayor, bidding be notufficient to pathe cots
the animal or animals so running at expenses and fine, the marshal by pro-
large shall be subject to a lien for all clamation may adjourn the sale to an-
eosts, few and expenses incurred in the other day when the same shall be con-
Proceedings, and furthermore for any cluded, or all or any part of said ani-
ne imposed upon the owner, under the mals may be bid in by the city.
provision of this ordinance. Section 12. The marshal shall keep
Section 3. Any person residing with- a record of all animals impounded, de-
in the corporate limits who may find scribing such animals by marks or
any animal or animalsenumerated in se- brands, stating the name of the owner,
tion 2, running at large therein, may if known, the date of impounding, the
drive such animal or animals to the city day of redemption, sale or release with-
pound, and for the service so rendered, out charge, the amount of tine, costs
may demand twenty-five cents for each and expenses, the amount received from
animal so impounded, which shall be redemption or sale, the amount paid
paid such person when it shall be judi- over for fines or surplus to the city treas-
cally determined that such animal or urer, and shall make a monthly report
animals were running at large contrary of the same to the city council, at their
to the provisions of this ordinance. first regular meeting in each month.
Section 4. It shall be the duty of the and the city treasurer hall keep a sep-
marshal to impound all animals enumer- arate account of all fines and items of
atedinsection2 found by him so running surplus paid to him by the marshal un-
at large, and to receive and impound der this section. and make a semi an-
any and all such animals driven to said nual report of the same to the city coun-
pound. cil at their first regular meeting in Jan-
Section 5. It shall be the duty of the uary and Jul3; of each ear.
city marshal, as soon as practical after Section 13. The costs in the proceed-
impounding any animal, to report such wings of impoundment shall be as fol-
impounding to the mayor, giving the lows:
name of the owner or keeper, if known, For taking and impounding by mar-
and make formal complaint against the shal. per head $ .5u
owner, known or unknown, of the par- For driving to pound by citizen per
ticular violation of the ordinance for head .25
which the animal or animals were im- For filing complaint and drafting
pounded. notice of impoundment by mayor .50
Section 6. The marshal shall provide For making order for adjudication l.(K)
suitable sustenance for all animals im- For posting three notices of sale
pounded and shall keep the same safely by marshal .205!
impounded until all legal costs fees, For conducting sale .1.00
and expenses of impounding and keep- For release hv mayor except where
ing, and amount of fine shall be paid, or charge is disproved 1.0' .
until said animal or animals shall be For keeping record and making
sold or released in accordance with the monthly report .50
provisions of this ordinance. And the For feeding and caring for horses
marshal be paid his actual expenses for and m miles per day per head .5o
said sustenance and safe keeping out of For keeping and caring for catt Ih
the proceeds of the sale of such ani- per day per head ..o
mals, or the redemption of the same, For keeping and caring for goats.
and if such proceeds be insufficient sheep or hogs per day each .20
thereto or no sale or redemption made, Section 14. Dogs. No dog, male or
shall be reimbursed by the city. female, over two months old, shall be
Section 7. If the owner or keeper of allowed to run at large on the streets
such animal or animals running at large of the city of Titusville unless previous-
within the corporate limits shall apply ly licensed and wearing a collar with
to the mayor before adjudication to re- tag attached bearing number and year-
deem the same and offer to pav all costs, ly date of license.
fees, and expenses already'incurred, Section 15. Any person may apply
and if it shall appear to the mayor that for such a dog license to the city clerk,
it is a first offense on the part of the who on receipt of $1.00 for a male dog
owner or keeper, and not a case of will- and $1.00 for a female dog and twenty-
ful offending or gross negligence, the five cents additional as clerk's fee, shall I
mayor shall have authority to release issue a city dog license, which shall be
such animals on payment of costs, fees dated, numbered and run one year from
and expenses, but the release shall be the first day of October in each year.
in writing and noted in the mayor's Section 16. All dogs notoriously
docket with the reason therefore, and for thieving, destructive of domestic fowls
such service the mayor shall be entitled eggs or animals, or dangerous for bit-
tdh large and collect one dollar from ing propensities, shall be kept muzzled
owner or keeper. by the owner when same are within the
Section 8. After adjudication and be- city limits.
fore sale, the mayor shall have author- Section 17. A sub pound shall be es-
ity to release any impounded animal on tablished by the mayor, and the city
payment of fine, costs, fees, and ex- marshal shall impound therein all un-
penses. He shall be entitled to a fee licensed or unmuzzled dogs when at
of dollar for such release, which shall large with or without the owner in the
be in writing and noted in the docket, city limits.
but the release of any impounded ani- Section 18. For allowing a dog to
mal where the defendant is found not run at large unlicensed or unmuzzled as
guilty, shall be without fee to the may- herein provided the owner of same shall
or or expense to the defendant, be liable to a fine of not less than one
Section 9. Upon the filing of a sworn nor more than five dollars, upon con-
complaint in the premises by the mar- viction in the mayor's court.
hal in the mayor's court, the mayor Section 19. When the marshal shall
shall appoint a day of hearing and ad- impound a dog, if the owner be known.
judicatTon, and shall cause the notice of the marshal, after complaint by him
the pendency of the impoundment to be made, shall arrest or summon theowner

published in some newspaper in the to appear n the mayor's court, and ans-
city, the first publication of which no- werachargeof breach of this ordinance.
twice shall be five days before said day Section 20. After three days the im-
of hearing. pounded dog shall be killed by the mar-
Section 10. If the mayor on said day shal unless the owner shall license or
of hearing shall, on evidence adduced, muzzle the same if the dog is found to
adjudge that such animal or animals require a muzzle as herein provided.
have been allowed to run at large with- With the consent of the mayor, any
in the corporate limits, as charged in person may pay the license fee and cost
the complaint, he shall proceed to in- of proceedings and save the life of the
flict a penalty in accordance with the dog and receive the same from the mar-
provisions of this ordinance, and order shal. The fees of the marshal shall be
the sale of such animal or animals to as follows:
cover costs of court and sale. expense For impounding per head $ .-"
of impounding and keeping and any fine For feeding per head per day .2
for such infraction of ordinance as may For killing and burying per head ..t
be imposed. Passed and approved this 2nd day of
Section 11. If any such animal or November, 1909.
animals so proceeded against to adjudi- Attest: B. R. WILSoN,
cation, be not released by the mayor, J. P. WILsoN. Mayor.
the marshal shall advertise the same -
for sale on the day appointed for sale AN ORDINANCE
in the mayor's order of adjudication, by Rating Bicyies,. Trircele. Vel.Ii-
posting three notices at three public
places in the city by noon of the next ped* and Automobile inh the City Limlit
day after adjudication at the latest. It shall be unlawful for any person or
On the appointed day of sale, unless re- persons to ride any bicycle, tricycle,
leased by the mayor, the marshal shall velocipede or automobile upon any of
sell at auction to the highest bidder for the sidewalks of the city of Titusville.
cash, separately, each animal until the Every bicycle, tricycle, velocipede or
amount of costs, fees, expenses and automobile used within the city limits
fne as adjudicated are fully covered, shall have attached thereto a bell or
Any animal or animals remaining un- horn to be used as an alarm when ap-
sod, shall be driven by the marshal out- preaching or passing any person or per-
ide the city limits and turned loose, sons.

ride an bicycle, tricycle, vellpede or
within the city limits at such
a rate of speed a to be unsafe to other
riders or to pedestrians. The rate of
speed shll not under any consideration
exceed ten miles per* hour. Any per-
son or persons violating any of the pro-
visions of this ordinance, shal on con-
viction before the mayor, be fined not
to exceed five dollars for each offense
or confined in the city jail not to exceed
five days, or both at the discretion of
the mayor.
Passed and approved this Nov. 2nd,
Attest: B. R. WILSON,
J. P. WILSON. Mayor
To Prohibit Injurilg Pound and Relealnug
Animal Therefrom
Be it ordained by the city council of
the city of Titusville, Florida:
That any person who shall malicious-
ly tear down, burn or otherwise injure
or otherwise destroy any pound belong-
ing to or used by the city for the pur-
pose of impounding animals running at
large within the corporate limits of the
city, or who shall, without legal author-
ity therefore, release any animal or ani-
mals therein impounded or in any man-
ner interfere with the marshal or any
person in the performance of his duty
in impounding any animal or animals
pursuant to ordinance in that behalf
provided, shall be punished by a tine
not to exceed one hundred dollars, or
by imprisonment in the city jail not to
exceed sixty days, or both at the des-
cretion of the mayor.
Passed this 2nd day of November,



B. R. WILsoN,


And That Is Why the Joke Was or
the Thi .f.

th ill m oll 1 .L ; : :I i ;!-

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Iilk Iand -oft ltii.','lii lI r -

in-'c-t tin t I d cdilt I hot F \b l. %t;
"I.1nt t i 't it kll i r lat l .I n,

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d n'c l :1 t Ii f ull \\ o !''r. r ,n l li,,

\\t \\(rit ii cdI Ibl\ iria t ti tl:;.i
I lt c'i t n t i eIi. tt i e i '- I i
-, h i -l n, llitld ',-1 lil' i\ ;>'i 1 :,

leet. l. ;ilnd \\e i;il to f l h I' lr ,;
um lk and a soft snifft in s Iti tr i. I .

Wiliin hiatwasI to l eon Itha dheri vft
inre ur;i id ad''ihdel !;t hl\r i ni

o.i e tiitl l due to hi t .
"lii ed iiioflit I 'n :ikn ld i' ;,,. l i la, .
l e',,f llrl',rrm iifIn iaftl r n., wif ,
Olnt out to one h of tie N'I l,. n

th'iie ut inr lihe n loet dayi. ( \but
.roii.K' witli tine chloroform ;idl

her i vm e hf and wan- e. I leid I '

wEarnly next ni.riung. iifter, a1,0
of tear from my wife I started ot
owith Elira. inatlvd iloe tIp kii'n
wallet wofs sheoi ofnil Ir hapd ir pixde
Didn't hiirt lhr. ,ou know, and -le.
rI took al was a burden to nnherslf
"'\\'l.e n i\ ii'e .aie horne I
looked sohnn and! tohl her El:virn

as dea li--ent ot in ae fit. Tlri

ltundle on the( rear platfori il'\ 1e P
wtire tgare, of cohe Iir. aind tlh re,
main, had to lIe viowd. Mv \vif,.

insisted that elvir s.-h would have Ile

s~aaao t i 11 :1D. hie i I't h re trimivi
gt I d ;%\ ;I- rtatjtl. andti t(le '0-

w i- v. I waenit out on the plaiforui.
mkeiint In aril and would int .lis
to siiaestin tlpuouthe t fir, bI

when I rel in that forl wa. o i llat
ov consented to take Elvira out in

the lauih on the thief I felt ood.r
"Early next Inhrning, after ;i l,,i
of tears from my wife. I started out
witl E vira neatly etonmt i|> in ai
couple of sheets of wrappin.. part'r
I took a ear l!.:*h connects with a
suburban line and deposited mi\
iondle on the rtear matl'orii nIxt to
tho gate. while e I \\ iit ini-il ton
rdidn tih aiideir. f u.s dretu in tlif
.portr "in _' wlin'i the train-f,,r
-lt ior \\a ;i rand no lieuesid an l n te fo!i-
isi.tor had to otl'tr me a trainll-i
tu'(c. I went out on tlie platiform.i
arid il>e> your soul if Elvira hai in'tl
disappeared! Some buy thought theo
package contained f lly morning
marketing and had swiped it.

when 1 realized that for ones I lad
the laugh on the thief I felt good.
Laugh'? Well, I should say \,,s.
People on the street must have
thought I had a giggling jag on. I
did not advertise for the return of"
Elvira and no questions asked for
several reasons, but I'd give $. to
know what that fellow suid wlh.n

Thefolhowla is a ist of text books
to be usd thebasis of the June ex-
amnmatio, 1I90:
Ortbo~gpby-Hunt's Speller (20c),
Amperricann B Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Compostion-Elements of Englih
Compostio., by Gardiner, Kittredge &
Arnold ($1), Gmn & Co., Atlanta, Ga. saceed wha erls hs C
Reading-Any standard author will In nervous rom s a fdmal
answer. we atnwsps they se the a iim ems
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (66c), remedy, a thouaedb have 1MedJ
American Book Company. FOR KIDNEY LIV R AND
English Grammar-Lawton B. Evan's STOMACH TYROUBE
(40c), American Book Company.
Florida History-Brevard & Bennett's it ithe beet eis ,o said
(60c), American Book Company, and over a driglrs' cmmw.
Fairbank's, H. A. W. B. Drew Co., --
Jacksonville, Fla.
U. S. History Field's Grammar .__ ,.
School ($1), American Book Co. e e*sdr iOarls bnI V *
Geography-Redway's Natural Ad- et isF ) S see& toleeti
vanced ($1.25), American Book Co. am eO two terB e ye i rs
Physiology-Coleman's Elements of ago. We B wand a-
(90c), The Macmillan Co.. Atlanta, Ga. scie d of
Civil Government-Yocum Civil I UoW
Government of Florida and the United
States ($1), E. O. Painter Co., DeLand,
Fla., and Boynton's School Civics ($1),
Ginn & Co.
Algebra-Milne's High School ($1), d wa d-)
American Book Co. emctat what yr
Physical Geography-Maurv-Simond's seWCatel IFor.!.
($1.20). American Book Co. r Ilre'elt.l '
Agriculture John Frelderick Dug- FU Pr a it.
ger's -for Southern Schouis (h5c). The IL EVon" a0 111"-1-,a-----
Macmillan Company.
Theory and Practice -For all grades.
School and Class Management, by Ar-
nold ($1.15). The Macmillan (onmpany.
These books may be had of most book
dealers in the slate, or from the pub-
county Supt. Public Instruction. W ithHeartTrouble

Apprcpriate. "Dr. .,ils' rt RLtc cl has
It a- at ; i iiuvert lehl in tile Dr. ilrt has
vill..-. *I,!:-.,. In tlie .air cured nme ,if leart ldi;LcaTC of
v ;- !,., ip,,.:;,It ,II t lh oui c ll over 20o ve r- s:t lin I \.,

a < I lt -i,'i'.- ,:11n,. w:i< not m .iu h so bad that I c. l,1l ia t ,4 )iyv
(If : n .,':.o!,ir. lie intimitil that work. aml co:!li .c r.m'i c \ ti .,w
t(: i!'\ -,i, \%v,11, I "('4 ra Pro a full breath \\ i ', t faitini orr
,n .. smnolthcrinL l lhc i,, t, tT ir t .i ile
TI!., -' ; ;!. ;i lerril te :,- Ie' could dto iio more f.,r me;
of ,. ;a >ti-,;,, ntilv it u.;- a then I colnni nct. il- taking the

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II cart eni Il\. I shall ntver
forget thal t niillt. I sllept ib tter
than I lI hid b)c i :,r in ilmntl-,. I
kept right oin ~vtiinilg ,cltr, un-
til I was perifct \vll."
MRS. LAUL RA l'c .E s1:L,
I.ogaln, I\owa.
\\'hen the heart action is
weak, it fails to pnnp "" C l ,od
tlhrou lh the l:i i:hi it lt
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W'. 411 -'!1,1111 t1 Iriad iof reci.rui it-.

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Do You Get Up
With a 2anme Back?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everyone kuowso IDr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Rout, tiie great kidney, liver aull
bladder reineduc IK--
, caucs of its rtemark-

r eprtit. \Swauiu.-
-7i R ,;l utillills aluao..t
t'c.ry wish in over-
''asia *: r'ir tiv it i fi.
_. I i:>liV l bark. ki 1-

i& !1 l ve(r, li '('r
-l -- -- :. '* t' r 'r. !,:art of tlhe
-.I ._ urintary -iss ge. It
v,,irr.-.ts iiialili'v to
hold water a;; I "in l ill: pas1 in:i 'it,
Sr bad effect ,II,.: i ;: -: (, f 1iou r, wine
or beer, ;lll' i c:.-('rco t0! t I:'r" le:.;:nt
necessit.- o 1 ;i-. cai' l t:I i t often
through thi la:'-, antll to gt up many
times dnriirt t',- ni :ht.
Swamp-Root is nt rccommende I for
everything but i" you h .v-. kidney, liver
or bladder tro,: ',,-, it w;!l be founl just
the remedy you n_ eIl. It has \ben thor-
oughly tested in private l..actice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar-
rangement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al-
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findont if you have kid.
ney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention
reading this generous i
offon in this .. ..tnA

it,. osf

ox \: 'in. altlhoui t1lt ,.\ 1 e
taki:; ill a norma' a.;:. 1nt of
air. The result is :hi breath. :snmtnerin '.l *iffi-
cult lb)rc-t:ling, oppre(- ,1 i' f lilng
in chc.t. I)r. Mile' "lcart kcin-
edy streilth lens the hIetrt nerves

and1 1-.tJe%, and

in; tlii way

increa'-sc the circulati' n.
Get a bottle from vy-,r drug-
gist. Take it accordliri to dircc-
tions, and if it dot,. no~t,'ncitit
lie will return your mtony.

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2 Woo(S Desclptive

Fall Seed Catalog
now ready. ives the :licl-t
inforlmat oIn a!M ut all
Seeds for the

Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers.
Vetches. Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat. Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc
Alho tells al about

Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the fall to
advantage and prout, and about
Hyacinths Tulips and other
Flowerin Bubs, Veetable and
Strwberry Plants. Poetry
Supplies and ertMsers.

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C 1 : tos t the

ofde althe
afredr lerr* n
the wastim

a nIfMi ote *l
Company ont

ieb a denledie 0l yos ais then
swoodte the te rsppted
witb the griat oil coblnation to an
eTbrt to break Its power. The old
Standard Oil trust. formed der the
laws of New Jersey. was found hlletal
by the Oblo, supreme ourn and or.
deral dimoled In I1. The order
was obeyed but the result wa the
fbrmaeto In tIN aof thel standard h i
Company of New Jersey as a cootrol-
Ilng company, directly and Indirectly.
for all the utswidlary oil eoneruns.
The present ailoiD was largely the
outgrowth of agitaltlon In the went and
south agealust he various subtldiary
concerns. It was In I eW thai, .Mcs
souar began suit to ou various oUi
eondeerns. and Ist theb attorney wen-
erip. wbo later betaame Governor Had
ley. put Into the record The disclosuret
of corpolrnte control and buslnem
methods that Irgely formed the ocrts
of the alleptlions Iu the government's
dissolution smUl.
The Missourt sult was followed by
like proceedings its Kaisam and Ckla.-
boma. and Texas renewed the pursult
of the Waters-lierce Oil company.
which It ad conducted Interminttently
for a number of years. The Waters.
Piere company denied It was a Stand.-
ard concern, but has beeu convicted
and ousted. Mr. Hadley made the
Standard's witnesses admit the ownter-
abip of concerns that be alleged were
In the combination. Thus Missourt
also compelled Ithe oil concerns to come
to terms.
The government's dissolution suit
aglnrst the standard Oil Company of
New Jersey -even of its officers and

JuIS i D. 1:11cK r* L J.'- I'- I i l'-.a a t.' tit'
T~HEWl4LAi.L'tI~lk Ci I. 4kPtV sib.

was filedix llthe UieittI iditk'" e irctiii
court m 1St. I,ctmis1'4r lit i-t:.I ici I bvm
four jdesif t' heI' -:il,' Ia jimtsli'at
viilt. i-rua ik iV. iKt %%' I It-th o,
veUltliiu t'It" (Ait'?I-c, k*Ac. hu ~ t
Ilthe vi-il u:l I tc~ i. : I t
a-U ritit-.' ii .*& ie-.1.1-wI. I .*':- ic,
for l~i~ te i .i i l I a *--c1i'0 -1''

SItsc w l~ilt-il'cc !-0ti th e Ii t m I c lcitt

fel ,r Alld i *ct :1 i. ( I-l.A 110 t'r
.4i111'. (il. tt' Ic>t aItccV" of il ;tI i lletiel
toit qi rah-3I~ t il ir, i IcjI t'1111 strti 'ltlalgthes'
Vtwle 'ul 'I; asuid l 11;IL 11 11I1. It ( '.
John111 .1 iiiii i iic. (I 1114. 1%ill. Iu

and CIM as the I,.g Pratt Jcitued the Acon-e

spiracy. whiv-h ulutiiated with the or-
ganbiztitti of the New Jersey curporu'
tiOn IlSI11141.
Tb. takilug of testlultinY was Intrust-
ed to Fraink ilu Ferris of .1.t. Louis. who
on-r1t.dl icim uI aster In chan-

Te -am MDsa tihe eav ow In Cb in s
th ale X L~ S~t The. rmalt wn

The M a- reached tsker elnm
WbIa tae defense cam to d ue stand
OMNA. LPratt. JohA D. 3o,.Imr
nd Jbo D. ArebboL. Exhibits ase
nlbesausi showlan that In seven years
the pres o the besmiss bad totaMle
nearly O.3154. the statement for
the Standmar OU Compam o Indiana
alone showing profits In 1906 of nmor
tha $10000.000 on a capitalization of
estemtha that amount
Argumebnt on the ease began April
L Ql-. to t. Louis. coetlnulng for a
week. Both sides filed voluminos*
brieft. The court then took the case.

A ThrillbAng Maesonme
How Bert 3. Lass, of Cbhey, Wash wa
rsved from a frishtal death is a story to
thrill the world. "A hard cold," he writes,
"brought o sa desperate long trouble thst
baedan expert doctor here. Thea I paid
Meto Soa toM a lung specialtt In Spo-
me, who did not help me. Then I west to
Olifornia, but without beneAt. At lat I us.
ed Dr. Kin's New Discovery, which com-
o letly cured and sow I am s well a ever."
or lan trouble, brouchitl coughs and colds,
asshm, creep sad whooping cough Its u-
pame. Me sad 1$.00. Trims bottle free.
Guaranteed by Banner Drug Store.


Death of Famous Congressman a Heavy
Loss to His Party.
I the tra;:de dtaiib of Representatilve
David A. De Arimond of Mli.mourl. whole
lost hbl life recently in a tire in his
borne, the Democrats of the bouse
have lost their foremost parllamenta-
rian. and his pnlae In the party will Ixb
bard to till. lie was one of the thet
known men In congress. not only he-
cause of his long service. Ilit .l.:he;nep
of hi charleter a:nd talents. Only
four men have .served longer than he-
Speaker ('amnnion anId eplrese p rativexs
Bloiaham. l'ayne and Dalzell. all ie-
publicans. Two other I emocrats--
Repretsentatives L.ivingsion of Georgia
and Jones of Virginia--entered cou-
gres with him.
Judge De Armnnd, wn. a manin of
strong likes and disllkes. lie was not-
ably free from the hnhit of playing pol-. by tIaChediltst. % ahA tirgton
U4SIi A. M1. AI:M4";l.'.
w~e".k. tiiir lrit .11111 Ilin-lm'. The ja icte twiais.
truett Iii&viii'~tmn~itit'N

iqlt':. l-.veti, illii lit'tit'ampir~aliyalimag ut
1114.' Nlk1-icliri I'19414ra-1 la tll. hi
the stal~e %%tiit Itfpjubclicalltoliy Ilt'arI3

It ugr c II I It-*% r icitit l,:uics wcri t-a
tis~. ': he tiii c,- i 1' 1 .1 S'c';-liand .11" er-
Dte A e'I hc 4It .. 11111,114.4 his I'tll
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I"Ui *10It il. \V 11,h i ll I he to i~e cad.

Refining the Torture.

Imec iI eN t rt i ~ iv tr, .I, t' r V
lnollii.. he h itct-lt 1e i0

drel i-; ac'itliitr cirCl ani a~r. Put
hiton lbread ant ti\\'a ir.''
'Plut lie Is al rte;mid\tuc two fa-t
'-Then give hilm I cookbook to

The greatest danger frntinmi ieit-aazis t iti itsi
resulting in lcwauetunpia. This i(-aill w tilviat.
ed by using C~hamnberlain's (ough Hem-tnt-y' as

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ruted, charged witf a pig.
The vidaesco ys atenhtdy 6 -
sive, and d e f, o h kew the
old man well, said repechfully.
"Now, Unee Ratsa, why did you
steal that pig ?"
"Bekae mah pooh family wuz
tanrin', yo' honah," whimperedl
the old man.
'amil y starving!" cried the
judge. "But they tell me you keep
five dogs. How is that, uncle?"
"Why, yo' honnah," said Uncle
Rastus reprovingly, "you wouldn't
s'pect mah fambly to eat dem

Don't Be Mopelas
About yomrself when you're crippled with
rhkematism or stiff Joiea--of eoseu you've
tried lets of tbhmp ad they &led. Try
Ballard's Snow Ualmeut-it will drive sway
all ache, pain and stifems ad leave you
as well as you ever were. Sold by all drug-
An Alabnamai in. tells of an old
darky in Birmingham who became
possessed of a .eedy and forlorn
looking dog, to which he promptly
assigned the name Moreover.
"Jefferson." the aged negro was
asked, "how did you hit upon such
a name as Moreover for the dog?"
"I gits it outen de Bible." said
the darkv.
"The Bible ?"
"Sure, sah. Doan' yo' "metilwr
where it says, 'When Lazarus lai
at de rich man's gate Moreover, de
dog, come an' lick his sores?' "-
Harper's Weekly.
Many persour find themselvesaffected with
a iwerCisteut cough after an attack ofiunflueuzit.
As this cough u, be promptly cured by the
use .oft'hamberlain'B Cough Renmedy. it should
not be allowed to run on uutil it become~
troublesome. Sold by all dealers.

A Financial Shake.
"Good morning Mr Toney. On
the sick list today ?'"
"Yes. sir; got the ague."
"Do you ever ;hake?"

"When do you shake again ?"
"Can't say when: shake evern
dav. Whyv do you ask ?"
"Oh. nothing in particular. only
I thought if you shook had I'd like
to stand by and see if you couldn't
dhake the 15 shillings out of vour
Docket which you have owed me so
long!"-London Standard.

A sprained ankle will usually disable thli
injured perou ftr two or th-ree weksi. Thi.
is due to lack of li|Hlwr treatnm.m t. W\li'h .
(ham therlaiu '.< I.iimain twl ri allied a r'r.
tuay .t etleeet-d iin three ur fiura iays.. 'Thi,
linmmuent is one of the lkt- amil iimit remiark-
ableh lcrlaI ;ttN i nt ii n ll-. 1liI y all iiiale.r-

H;% Message.
Excitement is often the cause 1,;
strange telegrams. i a well us of ,i,;h
er strange manife-taitions.
A man who hinl lI,'n ,ot .n "

Wias rte- i'il l ;un' o< lIv ;b i iiiric'f.
O n ;lr r i\ ':?' ; lt ;I , f r, i r ', '
he could -inl a tlh, ir:tahie ,, .

to lis ,rot ,icr:
"I am -'ved! Try to break it to
my wife."


What is known as the **Blues"
is seldom occasioned by actual exist-
ing external conditions, but nla the
great majority of cases by a dis-
ordered UVER.

which may be demonstra-
ted by trying a course of

They controlandregulate the LIVER.
They bring hope and bouyancy to the
mind. They bring health and elastic-
ity to the body.

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Can hbe Prem tly Cured by Taking a Few Does of

B&llard's Horehound Syrup Comp.

A cough or a cold is generally the forerunnerof a more serious
sick spell. They should not be neglected, the human breath-
ing system is a combination of tubes and oblls, which must be
kept in good order to insure good health.
Price 25c, 5Oc and $1.00 Per Bottle.

500.502 Nordc Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
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r? i ^ .T ^t^ _.O. ,..,-- 6dmW
IAba kAbdek tht eahes ail the day and
w rlnti s Mo5. T. t igbt Ask your doctor about these caus dismofit t aist isuually
Tdy. t oa gu wosein the morning. Miyou feel
ll ia r s ed. otuhroe deR I. He ill tell if you hadn' t stall.
r ~ r* nt Mrte yoes bwe dcpivee they are Can't cure a b eekb until you
i. lWrb he went to attend th A tie a th m e throat often cure the kdneys. Dean's Kidney
a e thePDemora *eMcutive mas Mrserios trouble ahead. Pills core t kidneys--make you
omte. Better pla your ce ca feel better, work better, rest better
Benw explain your ce care- and sleep better.
Po. Wala wet to Jacksonville fully o0 your doctor, and ask Permanent uresin Titusville prove
Sturdy, hving bees smmmoned a him about your takg Ayer's the merit of Doa's.
jMriN hl the Federad eourt. Cherry Pecorl. Mrs. Calvin Hunt, of Tituaville,
D aKnight ws p on a bunt this Fla., says: I suffered severely from
DO wet up o a hunt ts Maus dull, inagii backaches and there
week. ItFom apparai'ls Don must a1a sis...s was also a soreness and lameness
have hbee trynl to smudge the mose t across the small of my back which
quitos off the Bahamas A t bothered me both day and night. If I
stooped I could hardly straighten and

O i r ud aC ry e a0s4has bet lIer piUs? The
They uIIv boo meaw AAys Pills for
CASTORIA *rge It YMve slight.
st doM Ubo singl tdhe pills, ask
GBOUOGINA you dotoe. D uas he says, always.
Miss Mary Allen did shopping in
Cocoa Ilas Tuesday. ..
P. A. McMillan left Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Horti, for St. Augustine and other points.
were idling in town last week.
Mr.C.J. Masters, of Armstrong, Mrs. B. M. Stewart and family
Mr.C.J. Masters, of Armstrong, have moved to Aurora for a few
Fla. has been in town several days have moved to Aurora for a few
the past week visiting friends. weeks.
Miss Myra Williams came down Wm. R. Roesch and wife, of Aur-
last Thursday and spent a few days ora, spent Tuesday and Wednesday
with Mrs. C. D. Provost. in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Bromley are with us Mrs. Stiles Booth arrived Monday
again. They are located for the win- from Georgia onavisit to W. I. Booth
ter with Mrs. A. A. Baldwin. and family.
Mi. L. A. Peck arrived from N. W. I. Booth and family, accompan-
Y. lat Saturday and has rooms for led by Mrs. Dr. Little and daughter,
the winter at F. W. Munson's home. have returned from a trip to Macon.
A large rattlesnake was killed atG
the Point last Thursday. We made a Mr. E. H. Wallace and wife left
mistake, this is the second one killed Sunday for their home in Wabash,
at the Point, but five were killed in Ind., after a pleasant visit with
town this summer. relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lang, who have J. C. Beck, of Taylorsville. spent a
been spending some time in Calif- few days in town looking after his
ornia, and who are now on a trip to property, then left for Alabama on a
Key West and Cuba, stopped over a vacation.
few days last week with Mr. and Capt. C. H. Casper left Monday
Mrs. Pierce. for Washington, D. C., to claim his
Chris Wadsworth arrived from fair bride. Congratulatinas are num-
New York last Sunday accompanied erous from his host of friends.
by three of his friends, Messrs. Her- Rev. Thiot left Wednesday for
rick, Holmes and Blanchard. They Fort Pierce. He expects to move hi-
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Seaborn family down in a few days, having
Wadsworth. accepted the church at that place for
John Quincy, our mail carrier for the future.
many years, was married at his home The Guild had a sale of their hand-
last Monday, Mr. E. V. Hall per- work on Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
*forming the ceremony. Everyone C. L. Taylor. Quite a number wenrl
wihes John and his wife happiness present and nearly everything was
and prosperity, sold. The exact amount made is not
Guy Munson came up from Miami known at this writing.
last Monday and surprised his par- oIo w,, so10.
ents. He returned Friday night. He 'Che rrademf o this paper will be pleas.e
had been having a siege of grip and to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that ~.iencs Iha., lbee able to cure in
thought a few days rest would be all it and that i tarrh. Hall's
good for him. tarrh Cure is the o'nly pusitivt cure known
to thi meditcl fraternity Catarrh being a
Misses Eva and Nell Owenl sent constitutional liseas. requires a conrtitu-
tionai treatmilit. Hall'i Catarrh cure is
a part of last week at Canaveral, the taken internally. ;c.ting direr tly upon th.
guest of Mrs. Tom Knight. While blood and Ilut'irol s rfatc of the isystum.
thereby destroying tile foundation of the dis.
there they went hunting and killed eanw. and givigx the patient strength in
a deer. Our girls were more uccss- building up the costilutition and assistiug
Sdeer. Our girls were more success- nature in in its work. The pprietor
ful than our boys this time. ltve so much faith in it' curative powcr
that they otfi Onue Hundred lkdllars lor any
Hosmer J. Allen, whose father (s that it fails to cure. Seld for list of t.s.
was one of the first settlers in Geor- Addnr,. F. .I. CHENEY u. Tol".,h. (.
giana, came down from Daytona and hL I, l)ra ists. ,7-..
stopped over Tuesday with Mrs. (assi
Allen and family. II \\a- ,,. hi.. \.. ;v Notice
to Hobe Sound to, take ,ht nf a \! l ..-, ns having claims a... i -.
boat for the season. the (state (of Win. S. Norwo\,l, latl
--- of Brevard county, Florida, deiteas-
Chlldren Cry etl. air rteluested to prI,'-'Iit tlfiit
FOR LETfCHER'S claims to the undersigned within the
FOl FLETCHER'S time prescribed by law. and all per-
C A S T O R I A sons owing said estate are hereby re-
quired to make immediate payment
EAU GATTT1R to me.
Mr. Ball, of Miami, spent Tuesday Executor under the last Will and
in town. Testament of Wm. S. Norwood, de-
Mrs. Pierce, of Miami, spent Tues- ceased.
This Nov. 26th 1909.
day in town.
Mrs. J. F. Farley, of Malabar, NOTICE
spent Tuesday in town. Notice is hereby give tiUIt on .:aIturdty.
January Ist. 1910. I intend to apply to H,.
Services next Sunday at the M. E. B. R Wilt,,. county julc.- ,rf lnrvar.d c 'o.l
Sty. Florlda. for leave to MIll at piv:te s alic.
Church by Rev. Carson. l t; ,. sium of7oOXx talh. Ih fll,,i in di.

wcriled property:
Mrs. J. T. Snell and family are on A turct of land hbeginingI onu ett shore of
nin tri his wek. Indian liver 5 chains and 46 liuk., north o
a camping trip tis week. uth lile of lot 1. thence east 2.-i c.lailL. to
Frank Young has sold his lot on Lanana river, thence north alonx Ba!naa ri%-
er to a point 3 chair due north of last de-
Highlad avenue to John Hart. ril ed line. thence west 15 10 chains to eut
S -- .. f line of. M. Ram .y's land. thence south

no position I assume d was comfort-
abe. My housework became a burd-
en and some days I was hardly able to
get, about. It was finally my good
fortune to hear of Dean's Kidney
Pills and 1 procured a box. Since
using them 1 have been free from
backache, the lameness and soreness
has vanished and I can do my work
with ease and comfort. You are wel-
come to use my name as I can re-
commend Dean's Kidney Pills very
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Notice is hereby given to all concern-
ed that on the 3rd day of January, 1910,
I will apply to the county judge of Bre-
vard county for my final discharge as
administrator of the estate of R. A.
Bobbitt. JAS. A. TAYLOR,


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