Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 12 25, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00681
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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A., FPRDAY, DECEMBER t 19(


SWPM'S RANNt4ING
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otaween at Hotel Dixiste

"l JyeL a deputy miMoleC
p MtL. Ailing spneti to
Md~a pt TusCkyin atown
m W bhe awted thwat
film^bM" gOaily aboat her
bft eqippd with tnm eesaearv
to, to roty withgoverament


Vo laws kt place stheday
'4 lR* ttma lttlelae r boat
bt PhaBea, expectind AtO


badweat er
d ot f. However.

btis is a most ehPer-
the trip if ones
1 Tesa rmof thedis-
^^-i be eae tov ago tin
i "Yoe


dt a m tasl 0 a
saw 0.,
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gbr CKe, Palmetto


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Mdftor h a l ie in

d kl ew bre l mFridy t n
aiixpereuee at the
u th I riveriw n p ing
1t l te s amp a d mud In en-
to meh the good road
% No frtm Mis to ltouaville.
pow-d Cear we apvered
m. W kmad dthe aid of muleshad
it be am d to pu it through
V" M s Jo dwm that the autZ
rm- tre. 9 oe Mndy roads inthe
l o we better than it can pul
* .W~bh'ia4 and water.
S. Mr. Poer amid the roads in south
mi" Georgi asndmth of Oak Hll were
Stoas w toh bhd struck anywhere
IL e--whole tour.
k Volda lnd Brevard certainly
e. to t together sand make this
d abont elgbh miles pMble

Fm& FTmmHMol ona tbaorth to Se.
he. tias (theeonty line) on the south,
( Uand to Fort Peree, in St. Loce coun-
Sty, the rAds are fairly good for an-
ad taomaoie and with an drpenWiture of
04 former r tvhknred dollar eould be
M Mo very good shape.
in Motor Races at Palm Beach


The next motor boat regatta at
Palm Beach will start on Tuesday,
March 9th, and continue through Fri-
day, the 12th.
There will be seven racing classes
and boats not capable of making
twelve miles an hour will not be elig-
ible for the general events. Two
special races will be held for such
craft, however. Details of the re-
gatta ame announced by Theodore
Wells, chairman of the'committee.
The boats are divided into clasm-
as follows:
Class A-All boats as measured by
the rating rule qf the American Pow-
er Boat association.
Class B-Boats 32 feet and under,
water line length.
Class C-Boats 32 feet and over.
Clam BC-Boats of all lengths.
Class D-Boats of 17 miles speed,
and under.
Class E-Boats over 17 miles speed.
Class DE-Free for all, no speed
limitations.


.Our Xmas goods are almost gone.
Not too late yet, however. Hurry
up! BANNER DRUG STORE.
The Novelty Store re-opened Dec.
5th with a full line of books.-candy,
toys, stationery and school supplies,
Christmas goods, etc., a specialty.
Give us a call. 1. M. DODsoN.
Write r's- Pecan Nurseries, Pa-
latka, for, eir special prices to Flor-
ida planters.
The Favorite drop head sewing
machine guaranteed by Indian River
Music House, at special price of $20.
KUie's Goaents Furnihing Dep't
Men's clothing, new and up-to-date
styles. We will also place on sale
about 5 ars of men's trousers,
prices ranging from $IJto toS-
Juuus KUN:%
Titasville, Florida.

a todb falB Wmpt-


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tm n l muE t ti

Dr. M er, D.tirt, TitoBviae.
ember The Alpie for Iod o
and quiek lunch when in tn .
Mr. J. W. Taylor, of Shiob, acom-
penie # i MsMs, w in Titomvill
Tamdayloing*enm Christmaaehopping.
Mr. .. Y. Way, a prominent citizen
t Orimdo, and formerly a resident of
Swas i town the latter part
A aiscrd eoaeertwil be given at the
opera hm ae Suday afternoon, Dee.
21, by Mrs. Dhaps muc class.
Parnts and those MI ted in acred
umaire invited. Concert wi begin
[palY at 8*6 p. U.*,
Mr. W . Lamb, of Jackm.vlle,
who is in the emply of the Gulff RKan-
iNgQC,4was in town the latter part of
left ek V for epurposeof demntra-
ting **tdeaicy of thamt company's
uasphtha fo -aoae motors.
The MEdemist e afenyce atiami
PaeW MNday might when the appoint-
S for thed r conference year were
gives out. Rev. Edward F. Leywillbe
predKing elder of the Miami district;
Rev. L. F. Iarri has been appointed
to Tit-villa, Cocoa to be suppaed.
Rev. F. P. McCal has been appointed
to Oviedo and Gmnevs.
ChritasFootball Game


Arrangements have been com-
plated between Rollins college, Win-
ter Park, and University of Havana,
Havana, Cuba, for a gridiron battle
to befought in Havana on Christmas
day.
The American team left Port Tam-
pa Sunday night, December 20th, and
arrived in Cuba Tuesday morning.
Their approach to Havana was the
signal for a general demonstration,
and a special tug, carrying a full
brass band, came dut to meet them.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the entertainment of the
team and they will be quartered at
"The Louvre" the finest hotel the
city provides."
The game will be played in Almond-


ClemdciSalod


MONDAY, DIC. 28,0B.
Today being Christmas y
we have been very much rA i 3
Christma trade, not havit to
prepare our regular advm ammt,
but however we have bar | t
ry department for you, til b
eat on everything-.noMP tM
It makes no differ w to icee
-everything must 84
Jutun U.Min,"
TkH Ile, FkwidL
Chidh Notes
Rev. Dr. BaD4r will preach in the
Presbyterian Ahceh of Tituavile next
Sunday at 7 o'clock p. a, an old yer
emrmon. Subject: "They feared asd
they entered into the cloud." "Aries
sad benot afraid." Luke *9:4, Matt.
17:7.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titunviue, on Chriat-
ma day at 10:30 o'clock, and in St
Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday mrn-
ing, December 27th, at 1r o'clock, and
in St. Gabriel church, Tiatuville, on
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday
oehool every Sunday at 10 a. m. Litany
and lecture every Thursday evening at
T7 o'clock.


Venire for the Brown Case
The Miami Metropolis of Monday
states that it has learned from per-
sons coming from Jacksonville that
a venire had been ordered f tales-
men to appear in Miami January
14th, to be examined as jurymen for
the trial of William M. Brown, late
president of the Fort Dallas National
bank.
It was stated that the venire would
be chosen from citizens of Orange,
Duval, Brevard and other counties of
the state, a certain number chosen
from each of the above counties. At
the first trial of Mr. Brown, the jury-


men were selected from Dade and
Monroe counties, largely the latter.
Order your wagon, carriage, fenc-
ing, sewing machine, range, farm
machinery, etc., of Florida Purehas-
ing Agency, Palatka, and save 10 to
20 per cent. Write for particulars.
Agents Cyphers incubators and sup-
plies.
Do You Want to Sell?


Mr. G. .i
toM- wMabel Reymols.iE-


quits sevnoIa
boi *hoe.
MAti Myrt" e w
spent Sunday in
W.H. a o h er3
visit her u. s .
Mr. Claude M L
who is in c
that place .sNh es-w4
early par t ofhe B
Mrs. G. G. Howardl I, *
o Mabeld e
next wr K for thl m
Hoare s not ew er
their hodwe. n a
Capt. "Bd" tew ever
FUrNal TUaREt DRf GOOD4HO
has spent hi we otle foray
of years, and gave T= Drauan
pleasant call Tuasday. 4c

and Mrs. P. J*HaU -- MaHS

hurst Brady spay

tern. .
Mr. W. T. Zorn,,# Oft -44
whose arrival ot inH
thelties, cut glass, etc.
with our town
thinkingof -' -"- !k I
to be shippedbereforsthe U
are not used much i Winter dw
of the rainsthat keep the rodds
muddy to drive with any plaaune. *
in Florida the conditions are diree*y 'b
opposite. fit *
FURNITURE, DRY GOOD^ ;-*
All kinds of Christmas Woods, toN-
novelties, cut glass, etc.


91


Wishing you a Merry Ch
a Prosperous New Year.


CHAs. A. GARNER,


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areas Park where General Gomez the People who have motor boats for Brevard Dry by Four to h e
president elect of Cuba, will open the sale or charter, will find it to their Dy by Four
game by placing t ball for t fi advantage to list them with me. The tenerance ople of
game byplacingth#ballforthefirst
kickoff. J. L)RILLARD, JR., won a big victory lt the yI TI
he Havana team has been Titusville, Fla. day, for though it was al
T h e H a v a n a te a m h a s b ee n p ra c .. ..... . ... . .
timing daily and are confident of vic- No Christmas is complete without thought the result would be
tic daily and are confident candy. We have beautiful holiday one dreamed of a majority o(flur to
tory. Manager Fabian sayshis team boxes, 60c., 70c., 75c., 80c., $1.25# one The result shows conclusive
is in excellent shape and he thinks the $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $5.00, $6.00. that prohibition sentiment in re
outlook is very bright. BANNER DRUG STORE. thatprohibition entimentinBreva
The Rollins team has played bril- For Sale ago and that the open saloon is doo
liant ball during the past season and A pen of eight fine thorough bred ed in this county in all probability for
are practicing hard every day under White Wyandotte chickens, all ex- al in t^ ty aty or
their able and enthusiastic coach, cept two full grown. Further par- all time to come.
Prof. E. S. Palmer, Yale '06. tieulars address M., care STAR office. The Vote by precincts was as ,-
The game will probably be a hard Stove Wood Precincts Vote Dry Vo^tWet
fought and exciting contest. Great We have it now. Get in your win- LaGrange 28 -, 6
interest is taken in thiseventowing to ter's supply while we have it. Titusville 1 *
the fact that it will form part of the J. D. ENNIS. City Point _.. 2
-Cocoa .. __. ~ .
general inaugural festivities. For Sale Eau Gallie . 72 4
This is of special interest to Titus- Ideal site for Florida winter home Melbourne -- 43 .
ville people, owing to the fact that in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet Malabar ..... 12 _1
Richard Robbins is playing on the on Indian river. Several bearing, G 7ant
S. orange and grapefruit trees. .Bana 12 2
Rollins team. Address, P. 0. Box 125., la. s m 1 -
DENTOS DENTOS Orlando. Fla. 6
Located at Titusville one week longer! For Sale j ... __ --.-
Have your work done half pr Building lots and the best of pine- 515 1in .
GoldCrowns Bridge-work 5. and up apple land, at Horti, Banaa river. eart wit
Porcelain or Pivot Teeth 5.00 AddressJ. B JNES, Ma. y4 bw owi eart happy
Gold or Inlay Filling 2.1 ,Geo rgiana. a nice bowX. ,, candy.
Platinum, Aloy or Cement 1.00 p JIANt R DoUG.
All work guaranteed. 20 yrs. experience New Bean Seed
Wait for the Dentos and save money ,oou to 1. and Extra Early Ref- Wanted 4
Dentos will stop at Rockledge dext. uee bean eed Price on applica- y. t -- _. .
Get your boy or girl a kodak for tion. E. L. Brady & Bro., Grocers, ,a #rmo~u r
Christmas. Eastman kodaks and Titusville, Fla. maker Try it d be con ed
supplies. NER BRUG STORE. For Rent P F. H. BOY3, Agt.
Rock d Batteries A two story house fronting on rthe e o- C,
If you wa the best dry cells Banan .yer, central between- Ca- Aot aChea o r
write us for Rockisland bats, thr naverad Artesia tofces, Fr .oares
sizes, Nos. 6, 7, and 8, at 30c., 5., ulars apple to Mrs. L. A. Mack-t the Narrows,
and 75c. Canaveral, Fla. Lot No. 3, ectMatNo. 3, see-
EAST COAST LUMB=E & SUPPLY C. Lo t tion 3, in township t Nk. M
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Of Oery-Mar- In iattie uflat
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And yet. ood allows all. hbldgh
They daeed the old VIrgnia reel
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Prom out the gloom-your gshMts

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S1 by AmMerican tPIs AssO
SiII DMERSOB N was a new
arJ iaj Ire laddles. lHe
h the chatBtng of
die' men, bad gone through
tieu.i" bad been towed aIn
Itil ba ire ad was almost
tie asecead story windows.
Iea tedle to scramble like a
bu ers bullt high in the
WWWc -1- a ~ite a sfidlr. clambered
di M ed up the shbeer side
/ -;*%olwis a ddea the thouasad
m 1 -tkr this required of those
a dee worthy of protecting
NM sat peperty of a gmat city.
m|authinga stlad been told
+4 I M eptor never to show
that lS a dsin of fear;
Ptaatly and without
It wereto Jump
A a n*Mto re-
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st.viture. He was In no Immedla
danger, however, being to one of t
lower stories.
Aa he was about to call to thome t
low hbi atte@tloo was arrested by


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scream from a window just abo
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Tea mu- et dla a--te-- -e
Yaltm a stma-tdeW. ... o

body requires that yoe e a man.
bt motat of food rgulsiay.
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But this food must be digtmed,
md it must b dlgefd tborouhly.,
Whe the stomach eant do it,
you must take something that wllU
belp the stomach. ,
The proper way to do Is to ea
what you want, and let Kodol dj-
gt thefood.

Nothing else can do this. Wheq
the stomach is weak it needs help
yoUkmust help It by gifvfag t it
and odol will do that.


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TREES IN IF

In the GeV coma

I TM to ame. Fin u.. om s
Nsalem O ad it is mwe bM

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g! r adh rlte breh -l0 y year.

Gen Sabnt Mary Jewel Ne -.
Ss a B mes tiet bot condastilbelkiH d'hSrthe se 1 b *i
loreida, and etlc1 r horne we. We inar e md
trees, grown am mew lad-day ubohil-om soksn t md a ve
Thew cdan and voroh ueh, w th a e w
andold topplehtVeryem toohtbeeahab-
andg ave been w."C a urnse
me t omman*.

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girl and had barely time to brace him- Ua 1. GM f SAM M RTM A
te self when be felt her skirts brush his G. L.TAwN, Pilioidn and Tnrur
e ace as she swept downward. Instine- H.a Hu
turely be extended his arms and
ae- caught her. It was almost a foolhardy
a act, but as the coping was broad It ----- --- --- -
happened to succeed. For one dizzy
moment he thought that her weight A R
would topple them both to death be
low. but drawing the girl to the ledge. -...u so h. b..e R
disaeagagng one arm ad granlang the isK O K M W 1&** WE
window strips were only the work of hA eook s Wsee yor lh.
an instant. The crowd and the fire- 0be & r se MhoW I. W*e* I*-c%.OW. *. r*ee
Our Ow *he le**. w" Mr ca-i="0 k 4 k is bee,
men below had seen the thrilling rta- e no.h..... = w.w .A& he. .. e- .U.w. hSO .is N..S
cue, and there was a moment of ago. 0t THE FRANKLiW-TUlEI CO., 5M.71 Ivy St. Aset%. a
saied suspense; then a wild cheer rent .
the air. Ladders were speedily raised.
and Jack Henderson carried the halt
fainting girl to safety. The act wa. i
the wonder of the hour, and the papers
next morning contained accounts such
as stirred even sensation sated New tM others
York. Jack did not realize that he was
a hero, however. That is almost a Look Outfor yOuP ..ldsaa
term of reproach among firemen. It Is
all in the day's work. a part of the Healh while they are young.
business.
Jack had been too busy realizing his
life's ambition to indulge affairs of the
heart. but now be could not forget the *
white face at the window or as it was I
to rosier hue when Its owner, Lizzie
Holmes, shyly thanked him for hav- re amwA..
: Ing rescued her from certain death.
Jack asked for her new address and Is a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver mtive'
soon found himself calling at the in a mild gentle manner, you will see a healthy color appear
Holmies flat Youth and love were on their cheeks, and illness for themwillbeatbilagofthegm .
singing their songs in Jack's heart
S When off duty on Sundays be and Liz- A o iiv u
ale went to the parks. the river front wjr CONSTIPATION, CN.LS A
or Coney Island. and on the long even- S I FV MALAA, W -
wings when be was not required at the 5 g g* AF MA.
station they wandered together on the cA N A
UL streets or sat on the benches in the M M A
ve. little parked breathing spaces scatter- Mrs. J Xi a I
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&W kNh ay t. their,
Aad the air was frly ee g
SWitho the d lonfk.
Mmgi eao_ t oa vry quickly,
w whisk the wind was blowing,
j ut refrained inhlg action.


When ho ef to work
at evUhalg

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lod hi fr the myv-
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r she'd put him ant of bausi
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farther down toward the river,
Aad his footsteps turned he often
Joyfully is that direction.
Just as sOeO as work was over
With the gaelle he would wander.
They were fairly glued together
As they walked sad kchied eauh othe,
All unkaews to Mianie Harhar,


Sure, she could have bawled him out the:.
And the gazelle would have shared it,
But would that have helped to get her
Auy of the seven-fifty
She'd invested in his raiment
Minnie Harhar pondered deeply,
Made a sneak and held her temper.


Minnie saw he was not coming
Through with any sum of money.
In the use of the invective
Minnie Harhar was not slouchy.
Into him she threw it swiftly,
Like the hot soup from the ladle.
Il the choicest chophouse language
Minnie then addressed the piker-
Said he was a chump and welsher,
Also cheap screw, phony. moocher:
Called him two spot, bloke and wusser,
Said he was a yap from Yapville
And a skate from down the river.


Pans and plates were lying wildly,
Walls wer spattered with their contents,
While the boss had taken refuge
Il a tartar, with a table
Upturned there to shield and hide him.
And the piker, he was hiking
last found the room sad dodging,
Nkt at every thrw was getting
All that esU boe eing to haLm
L---I-h- g wa3 thrown by Minnie


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ed4 over the lower peat of the metrop.
oils. The Christmas season was again
approaching when he ad proposed to
Lizzie to share a freman's lot. At
Art she had put him off. uncertain of
her own beat. Was she not in danger
of mistaking this very gratitude for
love. and would it be air to Jack to
tie hi life to hen before entirely sure
of the state of her own mindT he told
him to "wait" And Jack waited.
On Christmas. as It happened, be was
again on duty, and early to the day be
found himself on a hose cart clatter-
ing up In front of a tall and smoking
old rookery containing for the most
part sweatshops. Up the front of the
building sigsagged a *e seeape. and
be, with a number of the other "boys,*
was detailed to carry a hose nearly to
the top of this. open a window and
play a tusam that would rip of plans.
ter and lath on the little red and blue
tongues writing over in the corner.
It was Jack's duty to bold the nos-
sle. not an easy task with a long.
heavy bMe through which water is
tearing at a speed to go over a high
building. His arms were already ach-
ing when the captain saw that his men
were In danger and called through a
megaphone for them to descend. Jack's
three companions at once started down-
ward; but, unfortunately for him. the
hoae bad no book, so be was com-
pelled to bold It until the men reached
safety. To have abandoned It would
have let it go crashing down to split
their skulls or knock them from the
Ore escape. By the time these bad
reached the pavement his chances
were entirely cut off. Already the grat-
ing beneath his feet was growing hot.
Calling to "Look out below!" Jack
dropped the hose and sprang through
the open window. Within the place
had become a sweatshop indeed. The
smoke choked and blinded him
Stumbling over chairs, he groped his
way to a side window, which he broke
out with his heavy helmet Thrustinu
his head out for a :ulp of fresh air.
be drew his body through the opening
and got a footing on the narrow cop-
Ing. This wa:s twt over four Inches
wide and was slippery from the water
thrown on it. which had frozen al-
must as soon as It fell. As Jack was
edginur his way along this perilous
footing; a crooked rift In the smote
revealed him to the firemen below It
also revealed him to a white faced girl
In the crowd, but of her presence Jack
was iu Ignorance. Neither did be hear
the agonized little shriek of "'ave
him"' Dashing Into the adjoining
building, two of the firemen tore up
to the roof. which was a short dis-
tance above the spot where he stood.
The exhausted man was almost ready
to fall as four strong hands grasped
him and pulled bim to safety
As for Lazze. the crooked rift to the
sm** hbad not only uncovered Jack's
form. but had revealed her own heart.
and when he reached the street she
softy asked him to come to the flat
that evalng, as a Chrtismas present
awated Nm there.
It was with a lighter bear tham for
some psevioum weeks thatack sat
bemare the little Christmsa tree that


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o faith wayward yeouthr-
O Mr, /lb conur in this pin-
Mof so plain these misuid-
of ci ould be pun-
it egbt aSake in them some
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ae ba p aai toadow that sinee
the miet s ri@ e la a o and
pamiesentie of the Ind grabbers in
the wesd, the mber thieves, the
- who have obtained public minder-
al lIa tfreadolatly, a ld of al who
have been depollngn the publUedo-
min, hasbem brought virtually to

wrm Near Was iMkesa
selmd m.et-to han it aWp. LiMa
d ePleIub ihmmd by mafve lve.
Am il.e lve wll be t Is9eo1 -
Ame- rte aU hmd's Hebims. The a-
Hlei lieethoguar. eM lw Tyltwvlle
rm mmrn ansmw Drugg 9wL
Effected a Settlement
Mears.. P A. Vans Agew and Na-
than P. Brym, repreenting the
United Lad company, recently ef-
feeted a settlement with the I. 1.
trusts of the me involving the bal-
ae due the company under the old
Disto n contract, and have since
jointly purchased the interestsof
their client, commstimng of 69,000 acres
on the south shore of Okeechobee in
the Everglades.
Dom't eI Hopele


about younelf when you're crippled with
rhemaetiM or stiff join-f course you've
tried lots of tp ad they filed. Try ald-
lard's Snow Un imte it will drive away all
chei. pain NAd itiffee md leave you as-
well as you ever were.HSld by Titaville
Pharmacy and Banaer Drug Stowe.
Another Everglades Deal
A Tallahaaee dispatch saya: "An-
other large sale of Evergldes lands
has been consummated here by Gov-
ernor Broward and the internal im-1
provement board. Land, it is under-
stood, was sold to the value of $200,-
000, but the price paid per acre is
not known. It is said, however, that
$50,060 was paid in cash, the remain-
der to be paid in three or four ad-
ditional installments. A New Or-
leans company is understood to be
the purchaser. Governor Broward has
for several months been very active
in the matter of arranging for the
sale of the lands before his term ex-
pires. and it may be said that one or
more additional big sales will be
made before General Gilchrist is in-
augurated. What the policy of that
gentleman will be in the matter of
dispsing of the lands remains to be
seen.
. .. 1 .- . . .
Every came of t mlkache. weak hack. llad-
der inflaumaation and rheumatic pai us are dan-
,gerous if ineig cttl, 'for such trouble are al-
ways due to weak kidueys. Take IN-Witt's
Kidney and Blulder Pills. They are anti-
septic aud aothe pKiin quickly. Insist upon
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. For
weak kidneys and itnlainnuat ian of the lIadder
bere by Banner Drug Store.

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Met D- ea l.i thedh wamas

Mrs. h@. a womm whs
homsw a"theaIMRdtblu her
Mi e w dabe i to be bbd ad
ldmi who anr.e her. MaEer
(taeb, naed -x yea. M.r
Buidewe a her thirtys-eo.. year.
Before r n mrrbie Mn Boude
wan Ni Lem C. Gardner, of Tt.-
villa, a mtr of our towInm Mr.
C. A. Gardnr, who left Kturday
night for Miami to be-premmt at the
funeral, which took place Sunday in
that city.
Wec ea smr the -" to doubt If
spelling f*fOrmer insist ine tbere Is
a "b" oew at band for imerocils In
the bmOt which unaly goe" wtth
doubt.
The kbalts' own people mrt know
that tat terrible "maSed i tr" Is stff-
d4 wth b wdut.

...n..t. .. b e ames o he
meartis mo the ear. hber is onoly me
jmy te- aw t 0" Mt-


MAe, whm it i cl ent lrel jM& dmemr Is
the altmd Amm altheM mbheM m w he
tkeo et md this tube femiaed itin lmemalr
eomdites, bMring wil be dtryd Tmve
aime cmot$of teo ar e m dby
*ethe *-mmu mu a^ M M*
We will live OmeHNuadend Ntis. fr ay
me of dsato. (msed by astewh) that cma.
Sbe cued by Hall's CateCaBs lad tor
SI-hff& fte.
F. J. CHINEY A ,00. Toledo, 0.
ArsIod by d If c.
Hait r-aily9l"ste&MbegU

0. A. STEWART


'Fire Insurance


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

Robbins & Grahm Co.
(lacorporated)
Paid-Up OCpital $5,000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Send for land list
OriuFI'CAT .
TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.


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John L. Van De Veer, Ford, Proprietr*
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Capital $10M 0 Srphs

The First Nati nal Bark
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA
Es1alhbd ITS' Tbhe 85OND odest N Mt hu
Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT ia proporios cap
OF ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
Ranks FIRST on the Roll of Hoeor of NadoM-al MBaIs n
and I87th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UN
STATES
Country Accounts a Specialty
Write us, call oa us, orwe will call om you
The Capital of this Bank. $140,M, Acombed with wh
$250,000 and stockholder's labilty of $1"MhMO meem a W
$450,000 betwo you and possible loa. In seleitg yomr bMgkI
this careful coeider tionk
J. T. Dismukes, President
G.. Lamar, Vioe Presidfnt and Cashier
RegiBnald White, Assisan-t Mbhijr


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Saw and Planing ills
I Manufacturers of

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Ho chance for weknmes in any part; uniformly strong. The reasons 6or the upriority of l
s- at hard to aad. This com y owas and operates its own ironaminies adf"rumacsMsJ w l B
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t* he company now has nearly a
' tbumasnd men at work along the road
a rth of Knights Key and nearly all
f them will be transferred at once
to the camp at Pigeon Key to begin
tha we k there.
1Mr. Faler did notseem tobeat
al disoonmerted over the inability of
S~mineers to secure laborers at
X West. They expectW _to earry
eutafty men up on the Miami this
but not one was secured.
*'Ob of this the railroad officials
lld tt this would have no effect
the wormk as Key West was not the
it band the railroad had touched
em they had foujd it impooible
to m umn labor&esk
U amRecord in peak-
be Mr. Flater's recent trip over
th K West i xteneon ls the fol-
Sbg tmwodthiswork:
It is u -21t-od that Mr.1huFbger
^ 4gll~l~ i with the prqrems
fj4theeonditionof terod-
St Hoestead to Klits Key
He at oee decided tocom-
-to extm n to Ke West
tothb eet Ihave been given
Stro &W jud uatas soon as
mImi p -d them tremad


aiisit-a boit oa tbmo-

res wrt..Ml be Inesed to
r d fiv hdred when

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FPnm Phdlp Fleing, governor
SFori from 8 to 1M, died at
MB rmA e li Jackonville Sunday.
b-GoW enor Flemingwas a native
floridia and v in the Con
ee army through the vil war
with 111o. After the war he
wI othe bar and soon be
me mat Florda's ablest lawyers
and politicians.
He was born Sept. 28, 1841. He
served as private in the Second
Florida ebltry, later asa lieuten-
Satia First Florida cavalry in the
c0ooNe. e army.
Governor Fleming is survived by
his wife and three ildren, two son
and a daughter, Francis P., Jr.; C.
Seton and Elizabeth.
Since his term as governor he was
prominent through his identification
with public affairs. He took an in-
terest in all movements concerning
the welfare of hi state and city, and
his counsel was sought and depended
upon by the younger set of public
men, and with the youth of his com-
munity he never lost intimate touch.
Of a genial disposition and that ele-
gant demeanor which is commonly
designated as belonging to the old
school, he was much in demand in
social life, as he was in public affairs.
One of Governor Fleming's first of-
ficial acts was to call an extra session
of the legislature to pas a measure
establishing the state board of health.
This followed the yellow fever epi-
demic, when the resources of the
state were taxed in handling that
grave situation.
During the latter years of his life
Governor Fleming devoted much of
his energy and time to keeping up
the organization of ex-Confederate
soldiers and served as commander of
the state organization. He, with
hundreds of other Jacksonville resi-
dents, was a heavy loser by the fire
of 1901, and he was active in accom-
plishing the work of restoration.
The funeral was held Monday after-
noon and was attended by an enor-
mous concourse of citizens.
Yoe should always remember that mot
Oaagh md a od ele sr are coaipetiag. Yet
the mua imporitt thinm to do when you have
a ead is to move the bowel. You eoomt
pvemlye r a ecoldu til yu do thi. Ken-.
me!ym lmazve c.gsh ar**p io the **suh
ualayikn bimmaM e a1 thehmma ml
lu mimd le dtvel- h sod from thei- sm
p agbsty nmedag the bowel Childaum like
bm'tesmal masgd i m.apt w gr
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DR. ABBOTT ON FOOTBALL

AM thei AeidMeat md athak
The tev. Dr. Lman Abbott a -
emt esera prcahed at New HaveT
to Ot Tale students on "What I Think
Abet God" Incidentally reforrmd to
"I do not know how many aceldents
are de to football or bow many deaths
realt fthm the game," said Dr. Ab-
bott. "bh$ I do know you can't d-
veTlp mly eeourage without faitng
eal p It I worth all It cots
If It Is 7 toorder to got thk
"Te em ~e is not skyscrapers,
raf eads m or Mrrmet, pleasure, joy
eor eve apples, but charater. We
ar la the world to develop m nly ame
ad wemua weomm
garm that I am In a world when
I ean be lawless If I want to, because
I ean be virtuoso. I would rather live
tea world with all Its wickedness,
crimb and mlsery than if Its nhlabit-
ats were mere pappets, even If God
pulled the wres. In such a world the
me would be mre puppets and not

COUM 1001 tIBIT
Do Not Dadager Lf When a Titus-
tril OStiam shows You
the Our
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint,
backache, urinary disorders, lame-
Sheadaches, languor, why allow
themselves to become chrome inva-
lids, when a certain cure is offered
them?
Dean's Kidney Pills is the remedy
to use because it gives to the kid-
neys the help they need to perform
their work.
If you have any, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney diseases, cure
yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy
or brights disease sets in. Read this
Titusville testimony:
J. W. Webber, living on Main St.,
Titusville, Fla., says: "I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and can say that they
did me a great deal of good. My
back was very lame and sore and
pained me intensely if I stooped or
lifted anything. I was kept in al-
most constant misery. My kidneys
were also very irregular and on ac-
count of the too frequent action of
the secretions, I was forced to arise
many times during the night. I read
about Doan's Kidney Pills, obtained
a box and had used them but a short
time before I felt a great deal better.
By the time I had finished the con-
tents of the one box, the backache
had become a thing of the past, and
the lameness and soreness had disap-
peared. I am now able to rest well
at night, my back is much stronger,
and I am feeling better in every
way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
, take no other.


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Handle the Finest Linesof

Heavy and Shelf Hardware


Our Stock of
Guns and Sporting Goods
is complete at all times


Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties

Quotations for large or small orders wi
be given personal attention. Mail Ordes
solicited and promptly filled ,


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i 5eu t
tonip i1e1 arniel rco na a
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S gstmomad will take all winter to learn It. ThIs Nest caf-
u Cracks is a clev#r mode of securing a nsp tm h w
b *n th tair oly of one of the most desirable of 4M had Me1
hs, crsnglifle'ss uMv1ess ied e he -D a saw
uiinsm1 ehbes Into Occasloay the A rian sportsmen pael m...m -
es m mt a4 te i,. ,with the re ridincue by foreign n r, m s beca to h *iait .
So "w onSsm 4 at t11me Wlng ten our whuter pastimes. they allege, do To Mo taft
-r mhef Std Ms tbo air Emsits the not require espeial hardihlood. It haM-, slper n
I..' s o= a *a ew whi elIngs beeu claimed at that sating races a, relatm st
So WiniA Nay palily f sr out hockey games -do not. for examippt oW et as wae
te ahs i c se The it Is all for the oednem and daring re. a any other

8Mw~f the po pm tM pig t their quitSt In the Sandinavran sport eof fet. set. e
ft h N e P s M theo beaw an skeeiu b Then, t ro. there are Gy*u.M- at
"ktoe knew bb g f a ta lee yacht landers and leelanders barit an Ie- r sn was et e am
by a tI Mil W 11 S W M iigtly when conquerable passion for w lhrr. m. g ,j C
mSm w ySag e agt afts mt ely aives strp nakM to the waist on Aretic The next Charsbos she sec ms to
steit his her old ctllegd chum. Mn. Do Down.

**1hleb t, B, seat me to her pea.. Tohe 9s=eW
the bTogrinned when be saw -ale a a d eit ',
who ft nm re some" M. -cutaon Yew..
Wtme by .e b d uponqrd t o the **brd upo thet w e
0t ="orn eo you after soup isp." .
to to bia ol etmTr ebaw wheW vs
Aen* ow I sweer on miss rmna. T Wase
JU~erfl JU PS FALINGevery pros @Pect of a match sine Kiss
wow. a= J--?" 8uualm 11 despain at W11111111116how
be ratJU ta ht AlIve AftER A 110 FOOT LEAP.. oepttoa who whes l say -he v as
sta-rt dog br old toanterg cham. Mrs.DeBrws





feWtb& Oats to regrt IL In of an upset. while kwa gm.. 11* man who DI thrown oil next Christmas th prechr cellp
The Ier, hf ~m b low under the lee cake and pwauptly freeze to chm ant me to Mi 3mn with a
fsantin to theh 1 1m in teir heavy fum death Is considered the loer., h The pe r aty i
fin MY em a aft alm y t m n eut on the We on victor wins the privilege of upprrltr~ tio et Thi broke of thM math o
of sprtdthei baksfleedama Io-nlatheflelee'seamly-f baha oe w sere




w over miles that he 15 isrbbly caught duader the far a skeelng Is concerned, score Wll, next Cbrstmas Miss An
ite lrtver swf'tce, ot heavy lMck MA elr11ed and dragged .Ameri,.ans have taken it up. followhr mailed we to a friend-or hers dear
Sunder moon- ver o & It Is this danger that acrss the continent. M Suamn'a
oft in the old hID' crets much of the fascination Of Iee s es on the toner of the box In
andg t yachtl se Itt Is doubtful If the en- .
at which pwaspeto malldgtch rubbed off




Sthe sdy fox, thae thoslam of for Its allurement as aed t e e
o lve white exeed that t U trll cranving wown- o Tt rote. and her friend didn't know who
e.winte.r Is en of M day. sent Me.
S, mer ta tw Ilvlgai qater o af the yctinge turned to Miss Susanna. Oh, I was
," sowldt a r yT e habual sqkat cn tht te o t o the very nest Christmas I to
n I tinre New Yr bayae ba ............ the physical hard to lose! I wms not made to wear,
mag Inter le t* waI s made to circulate. I am a goodlh
Sw ie necetssa, frand r mr.... thing, and so everybody passes me"
'As (in a ha ng sui j.: :. Oh. o you recognize -now? Yes
1 etd- 'mo slips, and I most be going. This isau p'
lai~m tmen, ta m ersts m. a hetecnaio f.e adhre one tt orne of. thox
*a pl a d t ot ahl a t sdo btl tt eeaw rbI w s m e oT. SAP?,d JR. e





L. .,'a adak. ,.( L rlk CCU.LEM IN A(-7x1.\ Beware of Fhrequent Colds
t tethe prae.ticesf of the Swedes and orr- A sutceaiofl of colds or a protaMcted cod isw
Wtgoi eb ewt M1iuser. Ott. 'h,,b n t e n.r.r.t almost certain to end in chronic ataerk, from lrm hd-S
e'd 1!itII)' '"m.! '.1IL% h' t beidhld alunt;i wbicbftwperbonteverwhollyr~eaver- (Give IspMMI~fW rk- hui sei
'heeti-tMalt i ateth y.heevery cold the attention it d serve nd you --h
,.hitipililflI e, tat- lw'id te i'emay avoid this disagreeable disease. How ---'"" ----t- -m -
,aier.Thip utT the .skee pallrs. Smtte canyoncureacold? Why notisry uhanber- d aa1OhI wa
of these Jumler.s g~ile, doewu a stre;' lain'a~ougb Remedy? Itis highly recent- Fib MUSSil lI~uibSU
incineoi th ltiE :iliea 'uhner4 true mended. Mrs. Mi. White. of Butler, Tenn.,
lilt'iwlteianew e thet hgani~ties tf ce yachtrng, says: toeveral years ago I wa bothered with
U0 S &g, I.N MXS A MINUTEa ped to their feet. l,,,zd trout a tak,. my throat and lungs. Someone told meof
DZN*off and burl tbeize.lii',, from jel *a|l Chamberlain's Cough Remedly. 1 heg us-
xercse derived from his own parci'-] 1-, feet tbngh the air, landing i, g iitandit relieved me atomuO. Now my 1o1111e11wt
ar lpthroat and iunst are sound and well." For
lr...oetd The "poetry. of .o-. :iit upright Ies oitleot. "ber. ids d Ntr sdis.o.rale bsi Tituaviile Pharmacy. coIi


ion' In sating, be Is convinced is in the sk'e Jimuip f.r the .:re!.s : or -
Vastly spereor to "The Merry Widow" i tutraineel ian,. buit vh would si.
waltz as a mental and bodily stimun- to think of danger when ait br-i- Many old school farmers are saytlug
plump "Christnias ,4trk'-ys aiid : AI,. that if Uncle Sam will give them.n
'*T amAM '.. 2 1411 pi4n1i1.o10 title nrward tVe tittor? cheaper plows. transportation fuelll-
ael for, as a rue It The jeple who try to ir inte 1' ties halfway decent and par.els1 p, 4!
f t tw M*- Anmerican i. le spirt., de It all fu' that upalft commission can tackle some
guLt Ate Ie th worthwest tth" e l irre i o their Job. ts -
the d a le west where :lltr to the writer t be irro.,
It .sible or preludirdied in their naA 4
49 &C talking g me
i ebar e- How : ,,ut :i i.'N-ke. .:. ile. I,, '.
.1)4-ti the weork ouf lw tit' uha iiu li: ei
holiday sKATE SAIL I. I the t-llers ef b.- iacu.s? Ileew :iI'* e

ravenwho per- slier-?
$8 lant8(. SpalrR gDS & O: tm" lhtUracers bIc er hkey a y stimulate the TORPID LWER,
tualy b hkystrengthe the digestive egam
tha e over the value of known -a s luh f ('level::r d or l;tt regulate the bowels, ad wae
a their prizes. be re or letnoit .r Neow Yrk for Ituity:I, equaled as as
solves Into the tie' mazay u. !e'ts', is a hr'i, Iedt ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICi ,
Nltato HlansBrinkerstyle even the ut1,-4 S. N'TI-BLI :itli,'t,"
tdi of long distance sir iha ,n wi;w!. l.:'rt an rmi',, In malarial districts their virtues
tthe ventures or I*- -hkey a:e i- N,. s.werv :7 sess peculiar properties In freeig
s t fore an admiriui "I. ::,' !""e'".:: r':..' the sstcn from that polseO. Ela
throng dexterously i.':t2. t he l':er :r 1:i! partly sugar coated.
the begis with the 1, si. i lan before lcit, all,-wed it Take No Substitute.
execution of the t.-'e Spraituel :tkLI,. turni liL:i,:
-mple Dutch roll L .:nt blul s fr. .k:it. l!:. .
qand climas h6 I's are I!L-' n. il it '
thibitbe with a .... ", k! -I-. '1"" :- i'.
an k'e few dStmt p.ro-4 :i\n N-, a lo,rn te'Q .. :t. i
ettwes a the Phil&r t he' heeiint i N i
'dew!ay ILL'y :1 s'oT :t the' tut Ie. Thms anThxact repientatsonofthe
IS PaMmblaeo it the -.o, end.. Ile m.ak. :th a. munstt tothe ,h a reulato tlti 6
village beauty it-b like r--:0 ar as the t ,li,, W. muhlarsthnl thisbUbmIU.and c
dashes Into the .o. .114d wheL 1. el. beesimprovg britdiblakkoallowcartn."
th eusle s r *"P president, !! -j~"5-:y --"" Druest ado goetalmer hantsseOl
mv- he WElcoa he abysmal brute or a rutfiatnly tit. tNcentsabOttle.or i s et 11di-
miad6 to practice the mana.r be begIuns to fear for tl' P o'aie -whr dUishtful itt e medisie7-prospt.
S/Ohe o'hV ,"the nation. Sietive, and medi lersnt to
-1 thet oe. Try e ht to t
A. -W %S a .~ sell& J6e Aot amore.


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She fro2e me with a glance like this I

.5ow likc the twather woman is I
VqnJYet I'm no woman hater. ,
for, though 'twas freezing for a time.,
Coiwao "fair and warmer" later JI


Smta In Gram Valley
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eeO -parenatly perpetual
is C i Orass Valley. CaL
gift There
sgo- d powr as to be dip-
-'owsd whan muaP psbin bm "
Io &mand. e& fr that matter, ao
uw psus brk. Twety-avyars
Ap Mu i. aa of G Vaay wasG
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esatury Mrs. Hansen's Improved Santa
Osus system has been In working or-
der. though long ago the good woman
herself was released from her chair of
pain and laid to rest ton the town ceme-

Whem the last day of school to the
old year arrives-called donation day
to Grass Valley-every child of the
more than L00 In the schools is seen
trudging teacherward with an offering.
Later the town's brass band heads the
premomton. dispensing appropriate mu-

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Mexico's Christmas Eve

Croftmas In MMeo luats for alme
days. *nimtg with Christmas ev.
They e descbsd as "the ine dayt
waderag. balgb ftsymboes of the
wadftas t the Virgl Mary and
JosMph seareh of shelter prior to
the mmith ot JaM.
On e --m is to have nle ftmles
of fldems or relatve take part a this
qWalar obervat lo. acb family es
tortwai ta t for oef evenag alU
the others Both adults and childre
partlp In t i waWderln"g. Arriv-
tla at a boUs, they apply at the door
of eheb ere for Ameter, which.is re
fa by these witthn. naly aU ae
admitted o the largu t room, where
ftreshmeints of cold meats. cakes ad
w an srved. In may tnstauee
the ehblirm a garbed to ftmWful
The last night of the wanMdasm.
critasts eve mesas to Mezlcan ebll-


RACK BLXDrDOLDKW CHILD BIMM TO NIT
THU ?IATA.
dren what the gathering of Christmas
tree fruit means to the children of the
United States, though there is n.-
Christmas tree. There is Instead the
pinata. otherwise a human figure made
of tough paper, suspended from the
selling. Sometimes there is an olla or
earthenware pot similarly suspended.
One child is blindfolded, turned
around a few times and invited to
break the pinata with a cane or rod
Three strokes are permitted, and it
usually happens that the cane bits
only impalpable air. After an hour o0
so of failures somebody hits the plnata
a smart blow. and the legs and trunk
of the grotesque figure split open
Down to the floor., in scattering con
fusion, fall the Christmas present.-
with which the funny figure was stuff-
ed. Then there is a merry scramble
for the "favors." The one who suc-
ceeds In breaking the pinata or the
oils gets a special present and is
placed In the seat of honor for the
evening.



BEST FOR THE

BOWELS
If you havea't a reulsr. healthy movement of the
bowels etery day, y.o're lUorwill be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Fore, tn the shape ot
violeut physle or pill poisoI, is dangerous. The
smoothest. easleet. most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and eleas ti to take
Jd CANDY
OPATHARTIOU
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IA3CAL TIMB CARD No. 76.


Corrected to October IlL lIw


DAILY DAILY MAIN N DAILY DAILY
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p m Ar .. St. Auulne .....L *10 7M
TM U4 Lv...1................. ia k ...... ,Lv 6 0& * a-
9 12 pm L.....................Ormond ...... Lv, 21 a 446am
9 pm 1 6pm Lv.......................... ........Dayton.............. ......... T 07 m 4 d am
a 10 pV 2 2pm Lv New SiyrnA Lv 23 0 m Sam
lU 1p *2 pm Lv.. Titusvillle... ............... I.v 1 14 M U
1200 at 4 p ,LV. .1 .m................................. 12 82 ) MM
am 415pm 'Lv.......... ..............Rockleme................ ...L 123m *
12 sa 4 50 pm l.v .................... .E. u t.l.eGa ......................... L II 8 11 am 14M
24 am o00pm Lv ........................Melbourne ... L 11 64 am am
2Stam 700 pm Lv .......................... Pierce....................... Lv M 9as 1a m 3pm
G 0 am 04 pm Ar ............... .West Palm Beach............ .......L 7 am 9 0 p
836 a 1046 pm .Lv............... ....... Lauderdale.........................LvT 6 am 7 2 pm
7a6am 11 46 pm Ar .... .........................Miami .......................Lv b O sam 20 pm
S*710sm I.v ....................Miami.... .. .......... Ar *6 10 pa a p
it00- a *o.100oam r r.................... Homertead ........ Lv *2 10 pmn a p
S p ............... r...... ..... .. Kn hts Key Uock...................LvT a1 aw
*Dally except S9gulay. -i ,das: and ViWeine-dsay4 only. :Tuesdays and Frida3 *a2i
PALATKA BRANCH
LMave East EAST I'Al.ATKA TO Arrive | Leave PALATKA TO XAST 'Arrvelr
Palatka PALAI'KA Palatka l'alatka PALATKA Palatha
10am ........No. 46 PDaIlT...... .. 550am 565 am ...... X 47Daly...- -. 1 am
S125 am ......... No. 485 iay :......... 6 45 am s 03 am .....N. 4 Dly.......... 20s am
S256am ..........%o.50 asIi. ......... 9 4 am 11ii15 iam .....No. uDl dl....... q ama
11io0am ......... No..5 2 ally ........ 12 10 pm 2 0 pm --_ .No. U Doay..- 8 10p
4 06 pa ..... No.V' itly ....I 425>m 4 3u p ....._- o. 1 Daily ....... 4 0pm
5 06 pm ... %o. :10 r!1'ev "pm 706 pk ....... No. 57 iDaly.... pm
7 36 pm .......... \ lisi q .... 7 W: Im 01pm .........o. 0s DallU....... .ispm


tAave F.a't EA'T 1PALITIZA 1T0
Palatka SAN MAIEO
68S0am .... 49 TWi~Ir....
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.a Thi Nai-a ha eeaty a mse. it may be n ll tU1 batter or
afth m._ am s I adht sladcki ng In way of the I waytlh of dte
Smftmeh& AmAdMwt*at ees sadguarantes. A -rWementad JAMN= PSI'CHARD, ProiAt. XWWW|


Sat a 6 ad la a the or the bar upon Japet. lam. g j i
IbAtd b t, another M t If ev lcomeae p e ptet wart wt al be I
itftI i. i t ot dbet pISaMb to lothediwt golongt.--. as t.. wotd given w rtby
h =a 0 me" se Wtt 0o y a=. alPOal tie- twoten nothat a cotMreces TalliAda COON& te*sv F
mi lead o deeat nd to pui- t ti gre eha btte- ethetr takuei te lattis ALerag Depi a f t d
y w-r lea Ismsot~~e* t tit m Iany Ilportat movest Tr"Inf A -
TheW HwO of a reh sUl t 1 wtan Tolving the other wtdanus orfoke-.
pls hr tem ta he with t bo- A% world po litis Is today a treaty PA lAS1 2
g t al wi the t gle itsthat of alliance orany formal agreement R B N IN
w ls-tat o The 8 hear had a h Brithan bttry t celd ma.y. LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIIVER w
iO w itpubt up di mntY. 80 th dignity of alliance with a foremost p rvicepolite t, a
Sm. h as Ow o m te o the boy s white power. But Japan toi formida- wth o
e P hard work and ihoe t I aft bt She cannot be Ignored or fiht- e IKPONitnB-ER ireTrust Comp, Bdway, New Y Tr r A
e due the lt n dl to say .nhe etied to e And tt t aot a in of trfkutag e Nato al Bnk of..Joeovieg JDm..ovils eFkes
"o wnNtu rN" .",',barPayday owhn thcu r, wor TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
md"Wi velrband pin an yhon to efet to h Japan half-
peak sanloII eoiem ibe adeww
har hd at IOT rye wi t a ricbth ys it ateadt t wy I rotai teoers-nds ui o a

p- ae'wl-'t" CsAe 1misrAreemedtno mAINDIAN R IVO ER CST KO MPAHYR.
d S a&d wanteiyWc tf e forlev OInvel,.or o en ST APLE AD FNICY GlROoB8
00 UVtO-Of by themadthtlseadI s to s elr whi rt pWBte Japanisdtyonailtda- --nd COrSgrowth DemlersIinbSTAPLE AND
Intibtor. aid ter' w ever hnelet the why and T w te a n reminder to Japan that --mat Compoetitlvy h1oawa e -s-m
o an. rmetme of te a r e ttPlay that t two to fe a basgn also. A LIB YJ B OL, P A ,
i d a I leaves Its mark m tihe ch like toll
thatya Nurime ms o he band Arhe wtyApUtes ALLENHURST, FLA. (HRA.Ol U
if d Broward aebup-raldes i sel eaton- is what a babi l have. but le of no benefit POS a rrlis ADObsLuS*- 11i1 uSVILL
ti- n o Mad PO oWl "MoM bit 80me- to them if they have worms. Be surer ya
.q tiou play that is clean puts a tatat baby i nottmoed with them. ,re symp- H. SPELL Dr. J a gX, L. u",,m|Phems
S k ebaracter o t th maqr the ed nor o way huea y, rin, undernte eeye,
snob b er bt te ae t rad P or omi ainweiobhnd aryellow complexion. t
Sm-- fo e- prany d m ca k aw e wa y. A fewrdseof te' Ceaim Vermifa ANwill C11JY
" pli WMer0 inn the expzallPworms. It is a positive care andre-A
w. May her Reoreoah e brhlan y "' ,Pricett cents per battle. told by
*mL aAds L.Ona, tidlknownpo Titoville Pharmacyiad Banner Drug Store.
isM. ooAandoithorhow lsbaugrKgaing alt ODbetter
mo Lm, Pret s. r w.. arve vet mamthe 0 dIs with ak tt
tt havesdIliess to hanve showi than a year ago. when thL Titusville, Florida
L P. ft y. n, AIlroads o f the country were swamp-cn w- ,
J.4AWs. iTnwi'r.aI 'ta kingfItnFANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
ba t" I a i eIe." ed with freight. and with the brightest
arLods" wil. lO cm"olftbuts= dsod outlook for business just ahead, the PERFUMERY, STATIONERY,Eto.
'V I= Dr uto.. a nd C ommon Carrier have no sound remaon Soda Water and Ice Cream
Sa tean i ain tro le wi Ment sype .n. Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
sm hr **1 Peokst" Now the tylI Frw Girls. up rates. The plea of poverty won't Mail orders solicited and promniptly filled. Will order anything wo
3aII n S Neither bag. satchel, pocketbook nor or th road wll con be faot haven't in stock
I anof gtIn lhsas crdese is carried by the truly taloredwell wth the old rates In force.
5"!m.GL h F rio% EMthe mdays. It h ba nthe proper PH R
k way 6A -towed away t pocket. A Wld ortaN tha ra
a es was e for a A cketl n the wa flt- As loyd b me, p bklen's Aroica
B o..aiS, Cort has o alier recepta let s for eband one on my hsod and one on my leg It iet
Sa gd Igmall memoranda. A deep treas- worth more than aold. I would not be with-
Iare gathertng pocket is hidden safely out it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it." .
W u beneath the front panel of the heath. Only ucent at Banner Drug Store. Titusville. Florida -
&lOWa Geor. Tim gll of today swing btr emwpt h Begulata the bowels, promote s eAy, nat- NOW T OIETA TI
hands and shows no slgns of Iecret ural movements. cures oonstipation-Doun's
*""^at s Leage rde taI. Regdlet. Ask your drusisst for them. ES T Eo
cents a box. Everything brand new. Elaborately furnihed. 81pcious eorridom.
r egda ll ptl I Everty rooa an outside onw. Ventilation, plumbing and lighting perfol .
w- I de. Swoldte Dry ^one. O c.d and comt Wo kly Wc a the r Rae port 250 feet eSWloWed p Wazza
3 SS l2we beean aNe Dr. Khse New L.ife TrrueVrsLa FtA.,h Dec. m. 1908. CUISINE THE BEST i
b My l yu A.p ratestehe pl of n eaer y rainfall fo M or e dere of c tornamedtan ronmd. urrounded by primel palh. It S
d teedein s m i s c a I entle way thdt does W urrounding mint conducive to bolyce. rest and recreayton. Acommodatte
Sg Pu. i rlats at Baamer Drig Store. DATt MAX. lh. one hundred. The lrlmhuret porter meets all trains. Rate reMonable.
Dec .................... N J H T
I y1 and of guam Teakr and ait hanm .................. I. N. JOHNSTON,
S"Is co at ee htaale chslr eret c e of tha Sa ...........o....... wsoe Proprietor A
^1AttHequI'Ta1 onet lastedy allayed byoCaam n a *21. a....o 79 5e I R


smwe. alltr Iva. many severe @se. have been- -- -- ........
aed byt. W male by TitusvilHe Pharmacy. --m._.........._........ __
I Wood Fa iW Total rainfall for the week .00 inches. _
SoWr-ood F ror MAX L Vox KorpaLow. --a --- V *41 r*3C *iIi WAL
At- P or oark, aeYny AltAin plow. Cooperative Observer. *I'*S VI L.XV N W AVam
SJ" M Good ough M.dicie f.r Children Feed and Sale St
SR The season for coughs and colds uis ow at
-L-.His To Rst f or Seaso 198-9 bad iand too much care mcanot be used to
. Oa CaI*mp OB Indilan river, putect the children. A child is much more ADDLE HOBW
ttIslands l ikelyto contract diptheria or scarlet (ever
N Iet a nadp b 6 e a itu rooen w hen heab e acold. The quicker you cure
U d ban bm a T^ l f^ !at Wr r Mhisold :the leas the risk. Chamberlain's
slad two aGIVIVIR m C with & OughbReamdy is the sole reliance of many SURREYS
0111 (d t "I recall fully maotheiaad few of those who have tried it
huddledheext are wi l to use any other. Mrm F. F. and TURNOUTU
d 1m 01 1 s0 BuseeR ytb8a ,lW.er Va. says: "I have
dve r wit th=e river. Two sever seed anyth ong thtan Chamber- *
moils Wil l let n mla'ksO coah Reamsedyformy ckl diu adit Alin t.
?as aways give seateion" rain Hauligoodan gioi.Th sto.
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