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: 01 1, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00682
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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TUoevfllt Florida.

4 Ky. West Wpm roren,
satMINd I-f. 0.
I On of the examvatm, which has
a beenkm it in the Miami riyerduring
S w the pN t mnmat, Inow attheterm-
boam ial be repaired andwill be
@sWt out to the keys as soon it can
,toa be pt lioditioL. m rinthe past
Sat week the men at terminal dock
tak* have takem on nw s nd all around
MI enbe heard the me ot ineresed
bmina Probmthelowerkeyscomes
Sthn report that large ddhipments of
m, matalal are being received and from
dl l pearan.ethe work of complet-
ibrtheMilway toKey Westwilube
in thi withia afortpight The
SMm b seededd with gladnem by
Smy aue M who have beenem-
wliomuly on the kqe and it
Mte a large crowd wi be- given
o -npo t in the near future, *
n New Coutfficrs
*la New cl oe wilUbe sintall-
Me aei t tda Jan. ,h.
take their
efter the
JA When the
bqm = the new of-
filala do no take poeseon of their
SlBos until the following Tuesday.
Theie will be few change this time
a nUariy all of theofficial succeed
- thma ves.

S membe The Alpine for lodging
ad quick lunhm when in Tiuville.

New Dental Mthod
An assocIatIon of daitists, with the
apitl to back them, recentlypeid nine-
ty dth auddel.lar, three ofthe most
Feedmat destal *ees in Cheago.
Aa entirely new method kmbeesn
evolved upon which the charges for
wok b based.
d of so much fora ag, crown
or pivot tooth, the charge is made for
tis consumed and the actual cost of
The pinatral is purchased directly
from the wmnufactrer, thereby savi
the bbers' profit: It is thought this
will decrease the cist of dental work a
third or more.
Through old associations I get my ma-
terial at this Ureatly reduced price and,
so far as possible, I shall adopt the above
method. This is my New Year's propo-
sition. Get the best price you can any-
where then come to me and I will dis-
count it. All work is guaranteed on new
lines. When you investigate this it will
appeal to you. One gentleman saved
yesterday b pa me b the hour.
Da. M K, Dentist.

We wish to thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage and to
wish them all a happy and prosper-
ous New Year.
The Favorite drop head sewing
machine guaranteed by Indian River
Music House, at special price of $20.

KIne's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's neglige shirts, made of an
excellent quality of percale with
lundered cuffs, worth.75 cents, Mon-
d only, 5 cents each.
Boy' suits, made in the latest
styles, at prices less than the goods
can be manufactured.
Men's iflotNhn we will cut the
price almost in half; tle price makes
no difference, the goods must go.

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Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
Mrs. F. M. Taylor and sos Wilson re-
turned home from a ten days' cruise
down the river in the Louise Monday af-
Mr. F. T. Budge and family returned
to Miami Sunday night after spending
Chr'-w week here with Capt. and
Mrs. Jas. Pritchard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. BtanaIhg had
their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond B. Haddon, from South Caro-
lina, with them during holidays.
Mr. R. F. Hatch, of Rockledge, our
new county treasurer, was in Titusville
Monday and up to that time had not re.
eelved his commission from the state
capitol. Mr. Hatch transacted other
than official business while in town.
Mrs. M. S. Jones and son, Hon. Wade
H. Jones, also her daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs.P. H. Wright, re-
turned home Monday from a visit with
her sons, M. S. Jones, Jr., and John C.
Jones, at Quay. While there Mr. Wade
Jones was quite ill, but we are glad to
announce that he is now muchinmproved.
Hotel Dixie has been entertaining Dr.
and Mrs. Lane, of Pawtucket, R. I.;
Meesrs. E. C. Fahney, Frank Remik
and Wm. Grady, of Chicago; and Mr.
and Mms. J. E. Holmes and Mr. Alex
Polmes, of Galesburg and Attica, Ind.,
this week. Dr. Lane has had the phe-
nomenal shooting of his life with Capt.
Jaek LaWia, and will remain beresome-
time, while S Chicago party had the
best of sportfshing in the canal at Al-

Leap Year Ball at Hotel Dixie
A grand leap year ball and final
adieu to the old year was given at
the Hotel Dixie by the ladies of Ti-
tusville last night, through the kind-
ness of Manager W. F. Green, which
was the real thing and social event
of the season.
The spacious dining room was soon
cleared of its two dozen tables after
the dinner hours and dancing the old
year out and the niw year in was
heartily entered into by everyone
The ladies made the most of it as
their last chance to ask the favors of
the dances for years to come, and
they certainly made the affair a most
pleasant one. We hope to see more
of such good social events through-
out the season. The music for this
occasion was furnished by the Titus-
vllle orchestra.

Sacred Concert
The sacred concert given at the
Titusville Opera House Sunday after-
noon by Mrs. C. J. Denham and her
music class was a decided success and
a large attendance was present.
Every part on the programme was
well rendered, reflecting credit on
both teacher and the pupils.'
The programme was as follows:
Song-While Shepherds Watched Their
Flocks By Night..- .. -.---- .School
Piano Solo-Sonatine .. Mary Haile
Piano Solo-O, Happy Day
Helen Wilson
Vocal Solo-I'm a Pilgrim-Mrs. Denham
Piano Solo-Christmas Chimes
Leona Kline
Piano Solo-Medley of Sacred Hymns
Grace Rathbun
Cornet Solo-Cavalleria Rusticana
Ryals Wager
Piano Solo-Far From Home
Mary Haile
Piano Solo-Nearer My God to Thee
Leah Losley
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Cearna Sale tIllne's
MONDAY, JAN. 4, 19.
Unbahesd domestic, 6 Unches
wide, Monday special, 14 yards for
n dale doesti yard wide, this
is an excellent cotton for underwear,
Monday only 10 yards for $LI.
Printed cambrics, 36 inches wide,
in stripes and dots, with handsome
borders, Monday only 12% cents per
Cotton flannel, heavy quality,
bleached or unbleached, special 10
yards for VAL.
Ki Ki suiting, very stylish for skirts
or suits, worth 35 cents, Monday only
25 cents per yard.
Filet lace, 2 inches wide, and inser-
-tion to match, handsome designs,
Monday's special 10 cents per yard.
Ladies' night gowns made of a
good quality of domestic, neatly trim-
med with embroidery, special 59
cents each.
White linen, suitable for shirt-
waists, 36 inches wide, worth 75 cents
Monday's special, U5 cents per yard.
White linen, 90 inches wide, spec-
ially good for skirts or suits, worth
$1.50, Monday only, $1. per yard.
Ready made sheets 72x90 linen fin-
ish, Monday's. special, 59 cents each.
Shadow-striped panama, 40 inches
wide, in the latest colors; including
smoky gray, worth $1.50, Monday
only, $1. ,per yard.
Titusville, Florida.

Card Party an4 Dancing
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins delightfully
entertained a large number of the
young folks at her lovely home just
west of town Tuesday evening, Mrs.
W. M. Prindle charmingly amistiig
in receiving the guests.
Progressive euchre was indulged
in with zest the forepart of the eve-
ning, Miss Haines, of Atlantic City,
capturing the ladies' first prize, a
dainty box of chocolates, of which
each of the guests were invited to
enjoy, and the gentleman's, a bill
book, was presented to Mr. Frank
Delicious refreshments were serv-
ed, after which dancing in the spa-
cious parlor was enjoyed till about
1 o'clock, the guests then leaving for
their homes, tendering Mr. and Mrs.
Robbins expressions of having fully
enjoyed the entire evening.

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun-
day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m. and at
Tituaville at 7 p. m.
At the Presbyterian church Titusville
next Sunday at 7 o'clock p. m. Rev.
Dr. Badger will preach a New Years
sermon from the text: "This month
shall be the beginning of months to you.''"
Dean Robottom will officiate in Holy
Trinity church, Melbourne, on Sunday
morning, Jan. 3rd, at 11 o'clock, and in
St. Johns church, Eau Gallic, on Sunday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at City
Point Sunday, Jan. 3rd., 1909, at 10:30
o'clock. This will be his last service
before the session of the annual confer-
ence. Services will be held at St. Pauls
church, Eau Gallie, at 7:30 p. m. All
welcome to the services.

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Located at Titusville one week longer Wanted
Have your work done now at half price Purchasers for Armour's fertilizer,
Full Set Teeth $8.00 and up the best on the market a a money
Gold Crowns, Bridge-work 5.00 maker. Try it and be convinced.
Porcelain or Pivot Teeth 5.00 F. H BOYE, At.
Gold or Inlay Fillin 2.00 A
Platinum, Alloy or Cement 1.00
All work guaranteed. 20 yrs. experience For Sale
Wait for the Dentos and save money Building lots and the best of pine-
Dentos will stop at Rockledge next. apple land, at Horti, Banana river.
So F Address J. B. JONES,
Wood For Sale Georana.
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J. 4 For Sale
W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. ... -
t tIdeal site for Florida winter home
For Rent 'in South Rockledge, fronting 104 feet
A two story house fronting on the n Indian rieverl beari
Banana river, central between Ca- ol mnge and apefruit trees

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Work on the new ity deck has bem
commenced ad will be p-hd as mee

Mrs. Gruber expects to move late her
new home in a week orso. The bhiM-
lag is about completed. .
Mrs. T. S. Wheeler, of Plaineld
N. J., has joined her husband here for
the season, stopping at Palmhurst-Ster.
Mrs. Lytle, of Jacksonville, is here
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Bon Tn
STAR acknowledges a pleasant call from
them Wedneday.
Master Richard Robbin. arrived h me
yesterday from his trip withthe t RoUla
foot ball team to Havana. 'TheM.oldli
college team won the contest agalst
the University of Havana, in Havasa,
by a score of 6 to 0.
A party of young folks hada mostea-
joyable ride out to Dr. J. E. MIler's
beautiful hbom in Sunbeam Weadmday
night, where they were del0ghtf lly ea-
tertained by the doctor and his estima-
bli wife and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Raymond sad
friend, of Northeast, Pa., stopped ere
Monday on their way down the river In
their houseboat and made Tun STAS of-
fee a pleasant call They hav spest
a number of seasons in the pasterabg
the East Coast waters, making Ormoed
their headquters.
Rev. F. P. McCall and wife left Wed
nesday for their new locatism for t
coming year at Ovei o to which har
Mr. McCall was appointed at the reamst
conference at Miami. He carries wit
him the well wishes of his eoqgatlse
hereinTltusville. Hedvwered slest
sermon in n the M.E. church fday
Mrs. H. L Willoughby and Mr. and
Mrs. H. L Willoughbylr., of Phila-
delphia, are recent arrivals in St. Au-
gustine. The party is en route for Sew-
ell's Point, at Gilbert'sbar, where they
have a winter home. Lieut. Hugh Wil-
loughby, so well known on the east
coast, is already south, having gone to
the lower Indian river section earlier i
the season.
Art square, tapestry and
Bleached sheets, full size, eats
Sheeting for single beds
Talking nehines, needles, re..ords
Leather belting, 5x16 for dynamo
Sectional book-cases and books
CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone X

Wagons, buggies, American fenc-
ing, farm machinery at carload prices
Florida Purchasing Agency, Palatka

Rock Island Batteries
If you want the best dry cells
write us for Rock Island bats, three
sizes, Nos. 6, 7, and 8, at 30e., 50e.,
and 75e.
Notice to Tax Payers
All state and county taxes shall be
paid to P. H. Wright, tax collector,
after this date. E. W. HALL.
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utm esa 11i the maga lent library of
w e. It is a wodertfl building.
t, m ti deeeratloi are superb. Bv-
erYtMA i sm aqtematiaed. That is
SweO *k Ia Italy. Of course we
s edheBttsm of great auathiultj, of
tb -~ma vae *e a Istorical
Owr n --srlpe- and an-
drt di ee an ar i priceless compared
yo par cat-ets- t we have not
the s e, the orgalsation of the
I as I s t here la Washlngtoa.
0Talt is a M ibrry they have In
a It I almost equal to the on
b e am Washlatom. And In New
Trk I saw a --pdor- buildlug In
Sr Woeess of elu- etlon to be dedl-
eStd to the sam purpow. It I i m-
pInble for me to eIpre the praise I
eold of these nstltutloms. They are
the Iaet thans I have seen in Amer-
a. We la urop might do well to
apy your American enterprise In this
diretief. When I think of the won-
ders I hav men I can compare this
library of eangres only to the ancient
library of Aleandria."
Mr. Ferrero Is a man of thirty-zl
Syeam although he appears to be some-
what older. Tall aud slight and learn-
ed asking after continental rather
tha an American type. he might be
taken In the Unlted States for any-
thing rather than what he Is. He was
tavtted to the United States by Baron
Mayor ds Planches, Italian ambana-
'dor and den of the 4dplometlc corps
la t Wshltm., at the suggestlo of
Presidet Rooeevelt who exprened
himselIf desires of meeting this his-
tmlo whose wo he has read. Mr.
fWseRe a his wife spent two days
eu sess at the White Hos. .
Mr. ero has expressed himself
C the spltlo that history shoed be
wItMs hyle p elmlle by bine
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u- k wta tm y em CMtheir
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on cryig and protested when the
question was put often enough to
licit a answer that she had a
"pain." Exactly where she would
not or could not describe. Her per-
sistent fretting finally won for her
a rigorous kin.
After the pnnsihmmmt there was
quiet. A aller came and heard the
"You se," aid Mrs. Spring, "she
kept saying that 'it hurt her,' but
she wouldn't say where. So there
seemed no other way to stop her
bawling than to spank her."
"Kind of localiin t pe pain?"
ugeted the visitor.
es," reed Mrs. 8pri hearti-
l. That is it precisely'-d ? south's
The HSvber Lad.
Here i a example that will ps-
sle the smartest: James is wheeling
a barrel of four, while Charle is
wheeling four barrels. Which has
the heavier load
This s no problem at all, you say.
Of course Charles has the heavier
lead. But, no, you are wrong. The
explanation is that Charles' barrel
are empty. The example said that
James was wheeling a barrel of flour
sa Chales four barrels. But
uarles' barrels were not barrels of
Ser, only So barrels. Things are
ot.always what they seem, espe-
dally in twentieth century arithm-
Steaasm Trouble Oui d

Ifty havrw atm e with yoar latmac
Ys amaid tak Chamberain's Stmach aud
Uvr 'hTktI Mr. J. P. Kiot*, of Edlsa.
Meo, My "I have ed a grst m difr.-
est mdlliei for stomsh trmble, but fnd
ChaIbrlal's Btonach and Liver Tb
mor beneadi thuaa say ether remedy Iever
med." Fore le b> Titsville Pharmacy.

The **Seet of Style.
Style is in a very small degree the
deliberate and designed creation of
the man who therein expresses him-
self. The self that he thus ex-
presses is a bundle of inherited tend-
encies that came, the man himself
can never entirely know whence. It
is by the instinctive stress of a
highly sensitive or slightly abnor-
mal constitution that he is impelled
to distill these tendencies into the
alien magic of words. The stylus
wherewith he strives to write him-
self on the yet blank pages of the
world may have the obstinate vigor
of a metal rod or the wild and
quavering waywardness of an in-
sect's wing, but behind it lie forces
that extend into infinity. It moves
us because it is itself moved by
pulses which, in varying measure,
we also have inherited.-Havelock
Ellis in Atlantic.
Oyster Shell Window.
On the west coast of India is
fo.,nd a species of oyster, Placuna
p!ace.ta, whose shell consists of a
pair of roughly circular plates about
six inches in diameter, thin and
white. At present these oysters are
collected for the pearls which they
often contain, although few are fit
for the use of the jeweler. But in
the early days of English rule in In-
dia the shells were employed for
window panes. Cut into little
squares, they produced a very pret-
ty efect, admitting light like frost-
edas. When the Bombay cathe-
dl was built, at the beginning of
the eighteenth century, its windows
wr paned with these oyster shells.
U Ofa they re till ths employed.

te to Meep well ediarily request
a seft ow dr his but the
Japsam, strotehing himself on a
rush mat n the floor, puts a hard
jquam block of wood under his
hed and doe not sleep wll if be
does not have it.
The Chinese makes a great to do
in the matter of his bed, which is
very low, indeed scarcely rising
from the loor, but is often carved
exquisitely of wood, and it never
occur to him to make it any softer
than rush mats will render it.
While the people of the northern I
countries cannot sleep unless they
have plenty of room in which to
stretch their legs, the inhabitants
of the tropics often curl themselves
up like monkeys at the lower angle
of a suspended hammock and sleep
soundly that way.
The robust American will cover
himself with a pair of blankets and
throw his window open to the air
even in the dead of winter, and he
will not sometimes complain if
there is a little drift of snow across
the sill in the morning.
The Russian, on the contrary,
likes no sleeping place so well as
the top of the big soapstone stove
in his domicile. Crawling out of
this blistering bed in the morning,
he likes to take a plunge in a cold
stream, even if he has to break
through ice to do so.
While the American clings to his
feather pillow, he has long since dis-
carded his old fashioned feather bed
in favor of the hair or straw or felt
mattress The feather bed has been
relegated to'the country, and many
people that slept on it in their
'i'illdhood found it unendurable in
their later years.
The Germans not only sleep on a
feather bed, but underneath one as
well The feather covering used in
Germany, however, is not so large
r thck as the one used as a mat-
tres, and the foreigner that under-
takes to sleep beneath it often finds.
his feet suffering from cold while
his shoulders are suffering from
heat.--Boston Post
Caue of H er ae.
"When a child starts to school it
is provided with a blank to be filled
in by its parents," said a kindergar-
ten- teacher. "Only simple ques-
tions are asked, such as the date
and place of the child's birth, the
nativity of its parents, etc.
"Little Susie was given one of
these blanks with the other new
scholars when she applied for ad-
mission to one of the kindergartens
in the north end. All were told to
have the blanks filled out and re-
turn them to school the next morn-
"'When Susie came to kindergar-
ten the da was wrong. She began crying al-
most a soon a; she entered the
room and refutel to be comforted.
The cause of her grief did not de-
velop until the blanks ware called
for. Then little -ob'ed:
"'I forgot my excl.e for being
borned.' "-St. Loui' Times.
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value; a laxative which physicians could
sanction for family use because its com-
ponent parts are known to them to be
wholesome and trldy beneficial in efect,
acceptable to the system and gentle, yet
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with its ex-
cellent combination of Syrup of Fig and
Elixir of Sena, the California Fig Syrup
Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies
on the merits of the laxative for its remark-
able umoo.L
That is one of many reasons why
Syrup o Figs and Elixir of Sena is given
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atoB wD oapy a forwh toble day and that rn ied a ew- and both sedi aae Z
l veof a wirt take ti Sor o e elr'as v otoor. Th mld ad thf I a w m nmal aMtf
t o man calle him back and asked for end a

Se ctWM TALK. r et beatw een Chretmas i gentl an ha e Imte S, CDh ae. N. YI ia

|o, dNew Tea, thm cl,,on of his cents, u kizg a note of1 the fact on e tUb pper.
o & ald It down eord th i oted mtlo ap v otenon hich he had writteN s. a ri m.
a et t a. irl e the da world. "T m Drw Spelb at ttme Tm whe poonw eel D. s e as by

Swptest tBat whole y a l st tProhfaso tr to tpa t -
iPnbol tom isaamous as an evol toast Don't tke thse B
Slisel. A specItagl eatare ofm the Wh yes hae a d bod e e met

land^ whiea Lea sbo et ehtlve bervenp lal h giv the s t detservnes la pata D hmme
J ,I'M 0 Na--- N _- r .ent. o., t.ThlattThon mad ben Cnrtet- T. gntlem T him Wrote Swamp is N Yo ,,_ -itt am

heo ,,uibited by William A. Bryan Of ____ i me ass ou. m. e.
I retheat0 ven om tha tOetse et w th btest hnre a noeestem woifpbfe the hfvat by .ta it .".r.

NO I ~ a d that a symposium on public health, which ned CshY r. Maw mned" "d.
Swill be hel cobd ton with t he M on hich ad m ritt t a

ImIsses wai *o Am erlels a Heal Mlreagus of til a 0 w ah ebe O f*. _,A e a ..
uhas-e O s I te a 1bsoatnet. frm a over theUni *. m -i smw r i t
M Mf awlre ost States will pe L eak n public heath j
71 a 11 6ee i aN-sdtlh a vsl Amanet or .s tc ab "si Ba pad oL a
as "o Va dkel ways b" ft annuti ast l orfta a dth .er

t~a Sgan ata heat *Why We Hang Up Steekingaus. K ILL m 00 H
TUSEAU IN TIN etom of Naftiup thee of tock- A M CURE 'm LnW UOilk

nwek... .ita on Chrstlman eve him5& from ar
SItwall beb N. h etnI incident wian th li e oof the good St. ai aW

10thisda Itais n'o Noel Way r Irpe Nicholas. Ote day when the was over- ake
d o Vw f d me Fi o Wddi Gm am t. taken by a severe storm he took ret-
waa puied of Klaaaa ad ot^ T. f rid af SMS"wriata W

ib trra a Iradt go Doef ico Petruml, a young lian uage in a convent, and, the next day
stem was electrlet t the states man shp eon ie way tho w Pias, Tex., mn to the nun s whuh theMy led o s

W Seplt-mdent 'Blakle sanouney tiano. The youna man brought an, to next ear and preach to them again.
that a eg lmmt is o decoratlom the great aasurprise of the eustomn s oa- On his second visit, which was also on Ai bb.i '
Sli to be made at the Templ station. cais, most of the bgrl's troeaus seal- a Christmas eve, before going to bed

at Bg s Of 5Wr. and everpee s wlU ed up inseven tin boxes. The largest he asked each of the nuns to lend him
hep fobem the roof. and in summer was about eighteen inches long, ten a stocking, and he flled the stocklngs
Sewers will he sed brigh the wide and about three I aches with sar plums n return for their
Sr Brm ibt^afr. r deep. The there ranged down to one olsl.t soSI
"Pa" ta alt a pobft Uaalth t sity

g lB g aboDuto the asie of a t car boL
^E2^ Poul TROUSSEAU IN TINS. t T h tya1 1 .'; CUM ^ UIW

hilea. AThe inspector, i n a quandary, had to Huge Lump of Co l.
w ll| I~ ls elbl cl f tall a depty surveyor to d out b Nchoe largest lump of anthracite coal

S m mmt neded what method the anned tr aue was ever mid recently was taken from
lf t 0llf ley tewe to e exam ined. After some dSisei- a mloe in the Panther Creek valley of

* l als e fier kUdea bln. T hlin3a- lon, during which Petrccl r a Ga beln CPnsyltmania. It weighsd a seven tons W
Ijl ama o emlla vadale forma protesting v oie, Spealo Inspectorl P Tim and imo be placed in a museum either
C-N=01i I1! -r lrhad wha a ea to wed a"ia Marie Conkn. tnch that they a8ked him to come the r am Ofmoe

S~t e ak U lmlnt Chameralas imeCtbi Dohat appeared wth cDano ofl-pener in Phiadelphila or Bostona o P, a
Sa mexaell m for rmas tm br tais. borrowed from the ship's steward. Chrt ee bo to ed
Irn tas ele asto. porme BlProm the large tin bo rather lt he aae nena to leAed hm
M o nMa worn dares of red and gold mate A HAPPY 'the tocklna

ele erlan was brought to view. It looked em
A 9ew variety hlli ba beeso unlike opsay costume. tPeatrcid HOME .-Lab Ti P-
ac1 ra uw a a t brll explained that It wasn abotn heirloom and c tr plm In re or their
il ad at Delmar, Del, of late, which that the famTy brdes for many a year Is one whoe health abou d .

pa I the p essaid that, being somethag of a worker canet be good blood.
. Thi^s isthe t l ata wi th tin, he canned the wearing a-
-rlbler pt e aman ft to me n tmfr a ha llae i th Pantre alley ofone
ity eove To ata Claus rlSht In the mal o men decided that Petruccl carr ed Pl It ea UDDen
t a the U I "Pleae ird ti rilAht Iwac." she pan. nothing on which duty could be colr- m e e

S4. eall- mtak eS d aheni lal ed, and he was swent on obe way to iheladHOW TO BOOKS
bawl-e1 catU-t orw d kanld borowed rom the ahlp'a towardd. taken by a sever 11 b

aorat aatanid "Ps r rb my y b emr te MMaes rae ade T uOver t; '.te t een ~tmirt from the ines
7 n.l- .erial d wo. brout n rntl printed, i csuIt loosaMed e ed s?
41i.fta a so T uniama tosay. not untlike a gypay cofaue. Petraccl HOMnE vbdt. which was also on
'*%dO a be IN ftr th root.y ha n eexplained tsat It een an cherloom and awmK sokgadbfldtsoin
thaan~ory 5lownt wil bened oJ It thed i orh thw i rean to the eltar In With sugar lmood turn cfr ---ini--Lt. their~w
1r ttWot thorn Wt Wd of t> the mallet pckage were found a pai# not I cood abuth. thef Wt sin ofSSScigar box.
If"of allpper and a qarntlla. Petruco Withuaeduordpod CVERtharl *IIMM t Fntii H n.MU Tt
the hu thia aIB p ad that, ofn nometbtns of a worker csanot e ood toodo dub TlrsupI inhcritata cool
N& Thte to tha ed with tin, he canned the wearung aps evr___lrcetywaaenfo
A M001IM11s Jin 's hasuk heel ptw c to protect It frAom damage on t a mn i th| PCa

L thaIrty-ve To laite Oaur rttfit to stia. men decided thit Petrucci carried a ||sli It wh sv 1itons

MIR- Z. wk -- "rinica in ;-. t-->..^, su.-fcfuilv -i-ed h7

AA down the street it seemed to mi every c::er A. i. u; n e.'rv se Full dil
T the uarg ist ad twrmd t tore my eyes. Novel Plan to Stop Tong War. A healthy LIVER Mmiu s puore draVir r hoU; in wheat it is and
atriet, the earl And oe again I seemed to me A novel plan to prevent the tol ngoo ho* . r; :cmely unmpe.
tha president A e bar "and her his cries war which has been brewing In the pure d a l. How TO CJrI,.a PAC .Cn roR s50
of his r ete- And, s the uo hat ll my throw at Chinese quarter of San Franclsco bhas Heh' '. ..... ... I. .,r n
And *e, the throbbing heart attacA Heath km; ** *
the a called I Owred whlm I red her note, been devised by Chinese Consul Gen- HOW TO EUILD A CKIPJACK
id irarda.- "Pteae bring my baby brother back." eral Chu Ping Chun. He threatens the Take o S ubstlta. A Druaggists A ri. Jr ,.r ... ,r k< b
s Al .. r :I ,rd ,,6 ka -u ,wi %., -- ,er iYali"k m ew b
Leopars anre I, Sta Cas here a note relatives in China of the trouble mak- ..,:. ',.. -,".., ,
I,.and as they Penned Io a title dswr's hand. ers with punishment if there Is any HOW To BUILD A RACING SLOOP
* expects the It mss my ees with teanr afoat, further outbreak in San lrancilso. DB U LB S ... -'1 1...... c.'"... 'i"
tnt oe hunting Bt ters that you will understand The consul general has warned the o B U LB S l %n'L,.
Ir here's a trusting child's requet hihbindem that another affray will s UCKeM KLUsUlaeI HOW 70 : .LO3 A MOTOR LAUNCH
YouTa mamt rant. search all your pay wSPECIAL OFFER sm. .. ....- .....-.. -..'.
phamaW is the Or north or aouth or eat or wet. cause him to send their names to the a iltuw -%.:" &..r. ;.- ,.!- -t*o rp:.
prea"gi l .ilf "Pleam betg my baby brother bacL" Chinese minister at Washington, who .trialwlwrnim How To BUILO A KNOCKABOUT
Be lI be al0 -Detroit Pree Pr will transmit them to the viceroy at n SM ido& b ti A i..;: '. a,,sIr ...i , cb ..a.
f the han Canton. The viceroy will cause their 1Se0.veir Celec ind OleN"a,'*- HOW TO CULD A SHOAL-CRAUGHT sLOO
e eomes acrss The Weanst am i Town relative& to be punished. i '-KA '.3 : -.A ~"' t-* *r ,,,* S

t.s he wln ad disgreewabe. and is short ad sharp la The Pre Food Law 14..c* a" a6.l.. v r i'n ,a o .-... re. i-. u.; teemftOw.a
htis meawem. mNie cases o ten it is not ecretay Wilson sayr: "One of the objects | r Z,-, TO epxau & e .ib*"**
t OlO Miow's bhmt, lt his liver adl di- of the lawisto inform the cousmer of the WIMh "dr m sTe lm l f C now rTO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
t~- iNr fP lmthat make hm b as miserable, he presence of certain harmful druO i medi- SNID as C i M A oi" o. o ia a mo nu !.
e-a't iMo bl ei BMaqabla. Are you in cles." The law require that the amount of andlen-d'"@ us "bb lamoa*'.
SthB a Mit ng eam iante haesm ondon? Thea chlermorm, opium, morphine, and other abit it " L Na- hl
lsrtlt -i1 t& ldb-n'HerbiMfrRait Iforning drugs be stated on the label of each b sa-b PRICE 1. EACH
S.M-the im ma rel able vegetable botlle. The manufacturer of Chamberlain's t P*LP-,D* i sXRCso o A NVWNZrC
Sgse. s TitMaylue Pharmacy ad Cough Bemedy have always claimed thattheir nmesnmSEAiS ound in cloth- Gold lettring-Sike of p.
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Li hbn some more of theae
ae| O l uie do in the courts.

is the traditional date for
ra smmaikuti. Adopt some that
S-tha emaves to you up to the
o tdhre if you like, but not
a.r-n More than three are too
S. will overwhelm the maker.
i e g great trouble with New Year
) m lutons is that too many are un-I
dertaken at one time.
. Did you ever know a man who had
Sarred fifty sech resolutions into ef-
fet? But if a boy were to begin at
* tea years of age and worked in one
S0ood resolution every year for fifty
S ers he would have accomplished
S mmthrig great by the time he had
nra edi that three score term.
S Mak one good resolution this New
Tar and stiek to it. Don't make it
bbg for a starter. That isthe
trouble with most New Year resolu-
4 ti ,ey are too big. Most men
r to atpY oe bad habit that has
Sbhlwith thm a long time when
S .bhave't the nerve to do it.
T. poper way b is to begin as you
Oethir 'e mrnh with mrod-
K Maikm aadresoiution and
S- fodr il t eM
P -a delar ia the
N, or to ba fin-
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mB' W "w Im veal A f doI ,.m ?

h ..4 tu d S s k W d -,* _s_ ib le- at p eer e _
t~l w, e -,obb w mome the boatmw e chW Cm ro in es d-id -
Sudu te oa ne- te e b,.. b.e rasd on the -mk., send eo- in s.
aid esquestIoI Our vast stoe of IafS .SVa aon0
m v m--i afmlei' do]h a*5" aenv ob wiWt.k o
f li is l e h0,m 0aSot d tohe beak he thought It wooud c T
?s&" -he to .a. be=imn poorBBmtopboat be mo mn m o
ps^ btwoing pieces ofNo. on t*9right sober changed his courTe
atim of rweityes I that state, to pm them on the left. He diseov- .
'f@ulowbi rd thed on in Tx- etrd hi m~ake when the other boat JAKSOVI"" ,
n Bsentlyflust the same corpora. heded directly for the beak, ltend-
So s wit the exeeptd of the RLne- Igt1curve. and pis him. Here-. -r
pamb.. Itwill be rm- -ered that vered his engine mnd vainly endeav-
Prident Piere, of the Watr-Pieree ored to avoid the collmon, but with-
ed.Ma, tWot.e- otemtrikingeHo-- ITITUSVILLE I-UE CU.
orn, went to OTex to attgdt e the tbow, ernhing the same in.
hemritbefoe thesn mepm court of When the m were aboardft fr
that stte, when it was firmly be- boat Mr. Mills learned that they dis-
ed thhe wold rfaetoattend played what i knownas three-way John L. Van r e Veer. W. H. Ford. Proprietors
and that proceeding between the light, a com ation light and one ,I20 AIL PM
ate govments would have to be that violates the United States rules.
rsorted to. The pow rftJl centrall light from the --- -
The court declared the three oil bull's eye completely overshadowed I Capital, $1MWA SMrpWM, SM
enpae hbad o d nco ed co- the colored aide lights and all that
binedtom -opolimathe o ilbusin could be aeenwas thewhit aligh T he First N national Bank
ina Moua The deer agat ot hence the mstakein judging the
W atr lfere company is tempered Hooray to bean oyster boat atan- ST AUGUSTINE FLA.
by the proviso that it may continue chor. a
f by January 15, 10, it ca show to The three-way light is a melee to Fta -lshd IML The SECOND oldMt Natioal aak hi Florid
the ourt n taen steps to operate the boat uing it and to all other Has the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT a iproportd to e@apll
San Ind mt concern and h raft in the same waters. Mr. Mill OF AN NATIONAL BANK IN FLORIDA
satied the t against it. amid he would not have experience Ranks FIRST on the Roll of HEoor of Natio alm Banka Flori
t otter a e are given until the slightest difficulty in paying the and 187th among ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
Marebh. 1 .to wind uptheiraf boatf gulaton lights had been STATESC A __.
irs ni ee. u Country Accounts a- Specalty
The satoe's o mter t against the He strfdgly advise all boatmen Write us, al on us, or we wil eu on y
three epaue W ittted al- who are using the combination lght The Capital of this D ak, $1 combined with
mast fur ye a o. 'Evidyec was in quest todieard the same at 250,000 and stockholder's U abf meas a
t k at St. L and New York. once, a the use of it in thefirst $450,000betw you ae Iaectngyourbaak give
place is a dire violation of the laws h
Exipre Coua, Must Pay of the United States and isalso dan- J. T. DImu President
Private advice from Tah e gerous in the extreme .3. Lamar, Vi Preident and C
tates that the sopre court has re- The canal boat was m. lnd by a* e il d White Aasli tat CashieIV
verdthewdecoenofJudgeJonesin crew from the dredge. It was not
the de k court, wherein the South- damaged beyond repair and will, no
ern Expres company was held not doubt, be in running order again
.to the mia city limensge, very shortly. Epunj
as precribed against the defendant It remains to be seen what steps O r pi p7
comp y. By ts decision the South- the government officials will take inus v aum Um
era ExpMei company must pay the this matter. TITUSVILLE, FLA. F. C. R. R.
ity Imen e of $100. The express ,n Di s i on
company retfued to pay the Hicense. H, nd P l lo l
. th M Mry Dowlin of No. as th Alve.a a ng l Dry i
claiming it was in conflict with the M DFiagemof NiMsa remedy for v
state law. For such refusal the man- stomach tbl e de for Manufacturers of
ager of the local office was arrested f canf eI i thsA
and fined in the municipal court. An moal. I am fully conuveed that for stom-
ach and liver troubles Electric Bitten is the IA M a J
appeal was taken to the circuit court, best remedy on the market today." This R i D s-
and there Judge Jones sustained the gra tonic and alteidve medicine invieortes Rough and Dresad
Sr th s- em,. riflAethe blood anudis. specially
contention of the express company. help in atformsoffemale weakne 5e. W Allg ad :in* sidng f
The city then appealed to the rades celin ding floor ng
In the Hands ofa Receiver e i"n 1e
preme court, .with the above result. I __ n ._ ........ t _, anu n'

The Capital Printing Co., Claude n A i MA A
L'Engle's printing establishment at rP i II III.- I u-a O k. '- ---
Tallahae has gone into the hands A A AUUUa aUAI *s imm ib ,, ^A _min
of a receiver, John G. Collins, late of . -mn ~ i *m I N.-m
the True-Democrat, appointed re- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA i ** * ** i
ceiver of the business. The Capital i1 ma...-h...- .. ...b.. I. B m
Printing Co. has the contract for the I represent some of the leading. i m..- w .a.-..ow i ..,. .s .
state printing. It is said that the companies of the world ad and any .. ... w..m o .
plant is many thousands of dollars to business entrusted to me will re- g TNE FRANIU.JUIITU l COO, 6-71 Ivy St., m. "a ,
the bad ceive prompt andcareful attention
Notc o r the r
,,, ..,ial iigm aRobbis & Grahan Co. INrrLc IN FULL

pole of aw ,.eing the tlxs for l1I0. at tihe (Incrnted)
titue below. I woul ol i ak H-at ()I -V PJF R IN
favor, if all w1.ul uwi meet au t the ,I. bigelat d Paid-Up Opital W.000 I II L.L J BEA RIN-
plaer at the timer nimnl. It will enable me This con. p y owns lands in the Throughout the Gulf coast country-wer supplied at the
to oreplete tuy wuo!k earlier and more retly. W. H. HALL Indian river country, on the St. gown l are l Mand rous, e e n l.
a"' Lucie rivera, t New river and onw I.u --_ r .._,,.,,,d, 7... 6# m"1, e ...
.n.. ... A" "sr. Lucle nrver, at New river and on i proved true to ame. Fine orchards of our trees are doqet
i1 e t Jan. *. It 11l"o1 Biscayne bay salemen for us, and it is not straage that our business kep
OGrat. 12. - L.Jorlemwu "or ime n "....
Vaka ;. p. rn .)fdB. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES wpla les d I sa yw.
S pft-E G lSrger and largeraevery ye r.
Malabar. 13. a. .- Arnold's store PRICES TO SUIT THE TIES
Melbourne. 15, Brown's hotel Seud for landlist Glen Saint M ary Je el Peach
Melbourne Bchb. 16 PoofflcoAT
a ll0e111. 18. The Inn TIT VILLE m ean the best comnercial'knd"for'the peach-growing sections of
TBro, oe Florida, and excellent for home ue. We oer an umusuamfy m e stock of nm
"Lo' ** ** "P ** R A A These clean and vigorous trees, with thrifty roots, trunks
(-ouiaamIt Co.t Neat far a. P
O.rwlas. "' 22. m. Provrt's storeL and tops are the very beat to be had,
Coartemy, l, " Potoee I and have been propaatd under our *
aS.. G" Ir. D.]Nl., AO IT ronal supervision n.
U :S : g "9. a. m. Lockharit store-,
-, "" sl* Town -u in-- a s pe, -am. -
P 111a. mosuetbou elm em mi monk s
eb.s, 4a. Courthose e Impem m i
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4. M --A- AO -e ga4My fel
Stu nW-Mtort-

S!~t t." And h rve it a
:M t that arred acee the
Te h utSw back, ex-
Iofg fmaininme wearing ap-
E me M what you made me do,"

1 d't make you do it. It's no
!,a r of mine," returned the man
Salith t my felt hat. "The suit
wI eloe to that woman that
. iot f beck thie at Thirteenth
lt. Gee- he must have forgot
^ Itt-81 Louie Repmbic.

S -las Durb a, a for
A amd tvwhieh links it viaibly
; --t' o -mander who
pt saw h re wa Dutchand
ih m & Bir Beja-
SjPrh u htai a ITr, lad
bb brilliant
on be be anm

tell a EbM to at
wa his %Mt Smat
tbher Wa but a

wSk- *-1 *l a good
a ,well reai ed. It wa a
m erm &mentithl'KiarmlMeyand
Ote 'imw-ob theGBtimieea
Viwa IrN d, qIieal WW ntion is
jdrC ~iaaebe Pkckert, wo,n
g N.. coUeen with a mind
Sbsr owna' wM demarvedly nd fre-
Iq t -y phusdd. The role i by
i aeMM n am one, and thohmb
ythber teem. MIPlekert handled
tprtinamosot ereditabem er.
e Pr t of mComd fIt bihrgr,I
Osser, wasi mu petent

peeldtiel were all good.
th- number by the Fowr
)I W. and the entire company ere-
a wVery favorable impression"

T I m mr I have wanted the work-
cvt Setks Arsmealve; sxft has mvW
ta etoae aym sy baol, ue or rba to
wldi tt was appi It t saved uas
idabet ," ays A. F Hardy, of t W
te Maia. se. at samner Dmr S8tem
The W.ort f AM Disesms.

"Down in our i country," sid
Judge Sam Cowan of Texas, "we
had a cae in one of the minor
courts where a lawyer was trying
to collect a bill he claimed was owed
to the late husband of his client.
"'He didn't pay no money to the
diseased,' aid the lawyer. 'He
didn't get the money, the diseased
da't. He daidt receive one cent,
the diseased didn't.'
"'Dieased ? inquired the judge.
'What was this person you are
speaking about diseased of?
"'May it please your honor,' said
the lawyer. 'he was diseased of
death.' "-Saturday Evening Poet.

It Depewnda.
The red haired girl's face wore a
worried look as she joined her
luncheon cronies at table.
"I can't order much for luncheon
today," she announced. 'I've just
lost some money."
"Much?" asked a sympathetic
Two dollars."
"Humph! I don't call that much,"
remarked the office manager, who
draws Se a week.
The red haired girl looked at her
a moment. "Oh, no," she said. "I
was going to throw it in the street
anyway "-New York Times.
reATB or OM, CMr or TeLXD. I,
Loucas OwNrr. I
FaBA J. OCoNT Oka th that hbe i
the seminar pa rwet he Irt F. J. CuIx
A &.,d bdab nos h sa ftyStTOWe.
-mee mrl hai wadm tat said I
iA Usi e7 erIsa-r -d 4 i"be
am"d bd tho mesmo faA Ct COman,
FIrAK J. cOarKY.
*wn bAe s m ad mbese- b in i.lmy
-a this 6h da td SMth Wa A.AA IMs

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"Is he a epmiean or a Dmo.

Tw -a this speech is about."
"What awn do youa r a?"

Why the rse s ule.
Th- M is blue became the wa-i
6te. reect8 the blue rays of light
But shallow sa are g n became
the bue light is mixed with the
y4or reSections from sand and
srimn at the bottom. rem is a
mixturof blue and yellow. Inthis
gmen light of hallow water all sea-
weed ro, and for want of the red
yra they have golden and tawny
eavrs. Green and red eaweeds are
the exception, and blue seweeds
m us rare as blue tree leaves. At
thi rate land plant grown under
n glahs ought to turn golden
brown, like weed. They do. Ex-
periment has shown that under
green gla plants grow nearly a
well a under clear unlight.-N
York Su._
Am nadlm Task..
SMm. Arnold had been calling on
her friend, Mrs. Black, and upon
leaving asked, "Why do you never
eome to see me?" Mr. Black re-
pled: "I would so meh like to, but
som way I don't get time to go
anywhere now. It takes me all the
time to ax over my sleves"-I

Weekly Weater apot
TrrmvLUWA pF., Dc. M. 190.
ti-smmt o1 sm a. IsM u raindtell for
the wero ending Wednsday.
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Total rainfall for the week .8 inches
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Cooperative Observer.
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Doan's Kidney Pills have also been used in
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^" theam < at aa t be tae u i Mihel wn -u N rw pi,
tol t Coma. April 12a M, hi e II-T IIta oFn '
.. mee-aving bee Conamgewa ales wr- clergy

pu-rpo pta te selmttek c .n.- m of that place. He was graduated
U-li 8. A -.. *tmatntlgo i to being together ftomTale and began his literary work coIP3?m
EW_ ._i a u f amed er ta an a g eie adin- th eries of letter from Europe
Sa m etee s fo the Alben, Ctltvtoratr, published In

Mi blebb Ml- l vllhatlos ndu partieulary of a ten.r series of ltters from France.
-mmee to a thoug their elucldatlon will Under the title of "Fresh "Glea n
t' Tk td to the socal betterment and ma- which attracted some attention oI

tiiu lb. sualM prosperity of the conntrie rep- Retuning to America, he studied I ,
taeh cowaes eewbees broader ta diee tasteful to him anod again returned a.UI FR
f wpe than Its r'eeese and han to raMr. Mtbeln that country dur-wl
llILd. It ad a larer rep antatlon, but It Is mcg the formation of the republic. The I
.l s !.{ l to U Clhthe eaommttee that stirrinsee ofotheperdgatvoe himclerg/-
alpgg aft purpose of ah Md

M Mtoh ro led -we beahis l07 wous-

at fas tmI. pa ene the omg meeting that the the Impr Clona for lThe Battle ume- t
1 gim*'es Ubtesd tat t,-0s Ivtitd toedel- m, which wa this frst book of an

H! Ser At Esatigo there wibe be etsa iash- After that he wrote aThe Lornd ette
g a i eal leapring hou the of Aner- ad overall otho er sort stories, whcd

.ia. esarn Inl s matl The geat bulk of bwt appeared in the Southrn Liter- (/ft
sd pr the tmwee k wlt s lpde udeeer e sial haty tge lT the eo en gRevere ofda
gggg w ad lr5la slu a ntder n tt i lt l bor orn" appe red In 180 andch
s~"a fA te h1e bM hi ebeen s omia. I tt I t e tarin "Dreeam Ln f the oliowI year.ISf

l i aa- tat a thed d ea more Intormaton Themae created a par ticularly favorable

l.-a-----SiT^^St1 l hait hahtt ofn Ameriea vii becom com- warm friendship of Longfellow, l/
NowId nupCe theh wbthoge eonlres ftolmes, Lowell, Poe and Other writers
,4e a0 S8ce4 toe awe banUe of a e rlw- fwitha peeri lotte .rom Europe

ft bllt Mt g lmethfe t wi dlo be vl thblef In 1858 he went a conrul to Vene, In

.L am u a-er-Atr hAM putkriofanbuot returned to the United strom 8Later
Ih W the r w their soluetion will ander the title of "Theeh lieanings."

a i ar d to te ssTh erme E SUBSTITUTE oe yr and chatraced l attention.
Sarm Inear ANewY Htte fo hne hater-

M that toen could not have a "American Lato him nda and Letter."
i The chludrl were dsappointed a He wrote very little during the lat I
gS b St th bareW a tupa d deayl.m twenty-five years and pasaoed the even-

'- Am Ingenious sister solved the tob 1mg of blh days surrounded by his kn in
SWay. Sha d th e mal s lembmli herso ht of "s at l en th my arden of a him
an a~~t b-In the o amis ting te ea h at e ? Ha". the ior- liTb title patter-
gb a otr aIntoeag w invited to esend ad- e ritlm iw e. .ie swdt boow o benyd

Snhstms eve with Dr. Primrose and his dghter

.Z- -.-- se w&Ithl athue wn, and each coe and tha upon the beh h INDIAN RIVER
mtd me mb er sher wba asw o that e ndseera the arbor asa I moke wy
StINdd i M e a did ot know that the others ppe. How shall we measure our n-
ri i n wee to o Into the library debtdnel to ah pleaent books 1 that
.s b oe tap eals, have bei divided t itr eeemin"reour ote l the o llongye year. d
e oof Ta heaelarate rentwco Wllo were then thank you." p oLoello

i oi tSe take Into dgierent rooms of the house so Ik Marvel wrote In "My Farm ater
S~~ awy OasMofn u ledes l n such a wasy t tha s thy odgewood" In t18a e In oprit and ef-
Z h.^S^ ita ns t atd t be o od wbot n h conder- fwctlon he ever grew nold. nt 1Ve8
Ti t.we-able searachn~gnt he married Mary t. Ptinle of Cdarlte- te
S w o ta On Christmas day a smaa boy ofrd ased the wo a ve
CMISTM t TMo SOMM E na Ne Haven. where be adfer-

leMa a t t a eased In a cos tume of a daughter weree born to

s bowt wehhnet- Christmas herald of Elizabethan day Mr. Mtchell wa a gret believer In- --
-a d ON& sw. S west through the ou every horwalkIng, fr it saved hi life. When and Keng
I wL3004% duhale t nth te day, bldowt h a trumpet e wa a yonme ia an and his friends
an tbm comea the r1MMA to y t were diJWoiutore and ]go wrote very little during the astN

me th r bd proclaimig that a Chritmas hunt yropheaed that e would early be- e
i I t a mh Thel family s ad eaer ry me the rounti w he rditary In the oMitchell famib y .1
ras a 0 maet r f aS erjoyd tm t m elnsin lr a wa rope. In ingland alone be traveled haboofor PRCT HAL

S wa he eaL." ththe reu laals until the next vis herald an m on foo stpping at night atm-omach
e a e rwo st houtw nlter. As the tam direct tthe he country Ins ansd proceeding again d ogan
9a oua CeveR.tms* with Dr. Primrose and bin daughters.
Ni 0ee wa ttt what wAS to be Sophia and Olivia. Squire Brebellt

e wih the pnd e on hisom way tpo the nebt morning. wThe or
10910bw was sw to "crMy, so that me under the arbor as I amoke my
M s" di 0t know that the otberl' pipe. How shall we measure our tn-

batr. He is ow Ic rr wwell into the even, and h voted it to abvele viaint boolsthe t MUSIC HOE ACE AI
w h ~gatbom. a much more Intereating way of giving Mr. Mitchell revered the custom, aod-
to the r0"O tho ber of thR tamiy Included tn a given Smith, I thsnk you. Bob Crown. I TITUBVILLE FLA.

-a moch mor interesting way of giving Mr. Mitchell reversed the c&&tom, and

presents than to have them all' n the he was not wholly unwise in doing t. No one can know the pure delight of
BIG BUG FARM'S USE. morins stockings or hung on the Those croe country tramp be kept up simple living whose nervous system is
Christman treo. even In his later years. kept in a state of tensionS Ia Co -p
tion, Indigestion, Dyspepesa, I iusnes
Ameriean l Gvemment to Ixperiment For five years past his friends had and oter disease due to inaction of the
Whlokele With lnot. New Use Per Old Laoe Shawls. been conscious that his physical health liver.
The United States government Women lucky enough to own old was falling very rapidly, but mentally The Simple Way to seek the Simple
wanta to start a bug farm in Wkhita. lace shawls will do well to carry them: he remained as alert and cheerful as Life is to seek the remedy for these con-
Ka., to supply bugs to the territory to their dressmakers for traisformna- ever. editions. This remedy has been foupd ia
booam Indmian and the Rocky moun- tion into peplum draperies. Many of our great produc--
e ad betweathe gulf of Mexico these old fa.shloed shawls are thi DANGEROUS AFRICAN BUGS. -T C R O
a CalCada(. of beauty. Their new use is in line --T. JOSEPH9 0 5
ThIe bos entomologist of the United with the craze for the styles and fihll- j. 0. Thompson, Who Knows Them, U
Astes government wanted Informa- ,1ons of the d.iys of ,ur gnrndniother<. Warns Mr. Roosevelt. or
* tin as to were he could lease an Another attractive tinish to the fro'k kAfrican bug bites tre wore danger- Ur Rul
Se of grond close to a street car of today is an aipron of lace or elm- ous than tusk and claw of big beasts. (sea U MJ I tPM aP~ Fa.)
as awd the open country. He fa- broidered net. which covers the from j. O. Thompson of Richmond, Ind.. t sl dTmi ua k dIi a a
bw the Iease of an acre in a corner of the gown an d is tlhA behind much told President Ioosevelt the other It has made life brighter and happin.s sY piasut t tak It coti aIs ek
et Riverside park, where could be put in the way of the h!!d' s ordinarry ;t day. Mr. Thompson is an African ex- and peace possible when all was dark ekrharafaldrauandadmybgiaascaB.
a bPuUdla tor otees and experiment fashioned pinafore. These ile r,: pert. and distressed. It reaches the centers of d to a lby a to as adi
Soem are best over a princess dress. A gor, li.e .utid that the bite of one kind of life and purifies them. It encourages the l e M cts, large su S cests
Oa the arl of ground 'ncle Sam substitute Is a broad stole of la,. Insect produces blood poisoulng. while liver, stomach and bowels to a freer and
\*I.w plt all ort of grasaea and which at once suggests a use, for tin the bite of the tsetse fly is supposed to more natural activity.
InCa kewa to the middle west and broad lace scarfs many women havt iring on the frequently fatal sleepingu It is the Simple Way to a Simple Life
1 -a In these grasses and PUt away with their treasured laxe sickn"s. o Health, Peace, Contentment.
siad known to be ene- Ahawl the president's request Mr. eaid its truth by actual eeriencehoa
4 a sea l ice that give so Thompson promised to write out forb ctul p ce.
-h table to the farmers of thee him all the Information that might be St. Joseph's Liquid Liver Reulator
'aat Fever sore sad old chronic ores should not of use on Mr. toosevelt's African r' pt in action, exc dngly alble
the wbhe the o-eers in charge be sealed entirely. but should be kept in hesl- hldnt. l nttothe tasal tu-
bhy io histand alyt M-issw abote.
oa trouble Io the territory men- thycondition. This can b-edon by appl ying tad St.a eJoseph's aLiver t inrttlo
CLmbarlain's alve. This -eve DO s A great many people hbave kidney and bf-t Sot.sJosPh Liv '
Gthey wll gather a million br for s purpose. is s. a most e.cel- der trouble mai due to neglect of the oc- tadr iusrm pz a t a
a t th em to m ake h eat r c m.n. opr Tn i bunsac- ,6 e -- a relrs ..Ilv, fo ,=--,,g
SIir ewdkinu of the skin. For sleoby its ai- Pas, r a wrydezisorde, etc. Daisy is sebk AVS, kIoms eeeu0001muwevery
was '.. .- .. a ,0 is, k de e T a. Daw .idt.mmeM.M

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melo who held^^ m y ytt in h
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i. t- m feel creepy for soy-
A quether cuom whom he had
court that of whom rbehe
t te OWk likethe '8 .1!And
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Siith nme the odook who ha

Sof his on might not be
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Wt em fero roepy for by-

.- Thiehy rS Nai e te ot Cek.
A qur custom, which prevails
|oE ohe'0*r cort than than t of Great
''~itinis the announcement at the
of each course at a dinne
e the ame of the cook who has
prp p the dishes served. The
ii of "i custom date back to
M ter of i Gear 1, who
Saa geat fBratWOO of one Of his
.-ab dooti him to the rank of
rovrer the neaeof an his sea
M. T of T created great
iimnr, at ev y efsotrt was made
Wa im royal favor by
et him measpoble for the
)W ^6 rthy moi thed Ther-
id ljun N> oto0 M big Polk he
OW king in
|g^a i iatetve oders that
*B^^Z lk h m- t 0 1i01019t ofhe
aeoh to re iW pWW,

WiL X- -& "Ye ,-
M at a dod ia2m l.

A s a easefal m iN. t eal
aa- seek A eIbows: "'Of
_?a -d e w: .
M Mn.@ T6 eBgine needs dfing."
mtwi tb his eame became a eng
rmted el ea and poked all over
w h, which dirstly olew o
*R Ms as, of comse,
ap wellebriated aine would.
rot day this ebtavention would

odl moralng, O ibba."
eod mlareit sir."
"What ar ye this ormnieg t
s a a captain, and my boat
as 300,000 head of cattle in the
hld which my miUon of sailors"-
after sa earnt pese -"o, Inm a
gresngrer thi morning, father."
"Oh, well, i that cese I want to
mIplain of the cabberes and arti-
hokes wh ih yw man sent me
"The one with the red hair
"Ye, sir. I think he nibbled the
abbages and I'm sure he choked
the artichokes."
After a concentrated moment to
grasp this subtlety: "I'm glad you
spoke about it I felt he was a bad
man. NIe aNharged him already.
You hnow, I want to keep your
"TA- k Yo. Hero's youru
trua, Mr. Manmield. You're
e bet customer we have."
"In that cansesnd me a bushel of
turnips and a few of your nicest
grape rit."
New one in this morning."
Hands imaginary fruit.
Maig pretense oft ieaming
im nary grape bait: "Much bet-
W a t x Two, ifyoui please
Tw hundred and fifty dollars"
Without so much as a gihmer of
a aile he eout make believe

ank u Here's your change."
Thu m believe entertained
them for hours.-Paul Wilstach in

Why should one razor be a treas-
ure and another, made from the
same steel at the same time, be
only fit for throwing away?
This is one of the questions
which an difficult to answer. You
may buy two razors for the same
price, exactly similar in every re-
spect. One -will be a useful servant
for years, while the other is a con-
stant source of trouble and irrita-
tion, acting beautifully one day and
scratching and scraping the next.
In the same way one nut will go
smoothly on to a bolt and remain
there firm; another, exactly the
same size, will not go on at all. A
third will go on all right and keep
comingoff. One tool will break the
first time it is used, another will
last for years and then break sud-
denly, while a third will be worn
quite away by hard work without
causing trouble. Why?
It is one of the puzzles to which
there would seem to be no satisfac-
tory answer.

'Thli WWe Safe.
"Are you an engineer ?" asked the
romantic young lady as she walked
up the platform to the locomotive
and smiled on the man looking out
of the cab window.
"Yes'm," was the curt reply.
"You hold the lives of all us pa-
e rs in your hand?'
Exactly, misa"
"And ou feel the fearful repon-

"I surely do."
*Aad you will-will"-
S"Just us mis. I've got a two
dollar dog ak in the bagg car
that I'm taking home, and shall
take the most eo tr u-
t- hto h thntra tn&
ME J &main*il -A

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Not Open to evrybody.
"A most peculiar effect was pro-
duced by an announcement in the
advertisements of a county fair to
be held in my state," said a south-
ern congressman. "Among other
things, the announcement said that
'attractive features of this great
fair will be highly amusing donkey
races and pig races.' Then, to the
amazement of the judicious, this
note was added: 'Cometition in
these two contests will be open to
citizens of the county only "


Itryea aest a resalrb. elthy movementof the
bowels vryday. qe 11 oLorwvil. eep your
bowels o sa well. Ven. lathe shape o
violent phyIe or pil poie, 5 &sac r .>. The
maooat. eat, mt lmufe w of kaepin
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Weysger It is sheet imped-
We tet eb t bhair o a ywith
IeevIb thbt it shn l ok INt
If yes t it right in ea ple it is
tbe aha in mother, and if ym
tri it diow i the frt ple to
make it leek iMO the seco, in two
or the weLks the hair will gr ew
so unequally that the boy looks like

"What people ca a cowlick is
emly a set te hair roots in a pr-
ticular direction, by which the hairs
an made to turn at a sharp agle to
the growth on the rest of the scalp.
Babies an often born with cow-
licks that showed just as distinctly
with the little hair they have, as
though their heads were fully cov-
ered. But boy generally get them
by the way they have of wearing
their hats or caps. A boy always
linp his cap on the back of his
hd, then gives it a pull down over
hi foreh This draws the hair
on the back straight upward and
very often makes a cowlick. I re-
member one boy who had a semi-
circular cowlick from one ear clear
around to the other and another on
the top of his head, where the cap
touched his crown, and when that
boy's hair was cut he looked as
though he had a white stripe around
his head at the place where the hair
stood up straight and the scalp
showed through.
"Cowlicks are sometimes reme-
died by frequently brushing the
hair in the proper direction, so as
to turn the roots at the right angle.
Men who shave themselves very
often have cowlicks in their beard
shaving up one side and down
the other. So long as the fae is
dean shaven these are never no-
ticed, but when such men arrt to
row a beard they find the hair
sticking out in all directions, and
for the first few weeks their faces
ar a show, but combing and brush-
ing soon turn the roots in the right
direction and the cowlick passes
away. It is true that there are some
natural cowlicks that cannot be
eradicated. There is a lady in the
city that has two cowlicks just over
her forehead that have worried her
more than all her sins. She has
brushed them, straightened the hair
with pomatum, fastened it back
with hairpins, has done everything
that anybody told her and a good
many she thought of herself in or-
der to get rid of them. But the
are there still, and her sole consola-
tion is the fact that a fortune teller
once told her that some day they
would bring her good luck. St.
Louis Globe-Democrat.
Always have Kennedy'a Laxative Couch
8yrup handy, especially for the children. It
cares the cold by gently moving the bowels
throaUh its laxative principle sad at the ame
time it is oothiug for thruat irritation, there-
by stopping the cough. There is nothing as
good Sold by Banner Drug Store.




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2Mma T 00 7 m '. ............................Ft. Pierc.. ............ Lv 9 56 r 11 1 pm
SW0 am 04 ;m Ar................. West Palm Barbh ...................Lv 7 am 9 04pm
SS am 10 4 )m Lv......................rt. Leuderdale......................... Lv 5 am 721 pm
T 16 11 46m Ar Miami...............................v 5 00 am a s p
t1 00m I 0am ,Lv.................... Miai.............. .. ...... Ar l 10 pm 13 00 pm
til am *10 50 am Ar....................... Homestead ..........................Lv 19 pm 2 00 pa
t 00 pm Ar ................. Knig aKey buck...........L... ... ................1 000
n*DIt *zeept Sunday. tSundays and Wednedays Only. ITuedays and Fri4a)s onl-
PaLtLa PALATKA Platka Pialaka PALATKA Palatka
s m ... .... ... SN. am 5 5I am ........N o. 47 Deily ......... 16
S aam ..............o. 48 Dlly .......... 6 4 am i 8 am ..........So.a a49 ly.......... 8 m
S am .......... No. 50 3daly ......... 9 45 am 11 1 am ............o. 61 Dally ........;116 am
1 0 am ......... No. 52 ') ly ......... 1210pn I 2 pm .......... .o. 68 Daiy ........ 1 pm
06 pm ....... .No. M)a ly...... 4 25 4: m ............. ..o 4 O piu
606 pm ......... No. tlv 1al ..... 625 pm 7 (A pi .......... No5. 7 D)ti ......... i pm
7 3 pm ........... 58.o Dally.......... 7 65 pin 8 O pm .. .. .No. 50 Iniy.... ... j a pm
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:Aave Eat, EAST PALATKA TO Arrive SaL Leave Sn SAN MATEO TO EA-'i ArrloeEa-
Palka k AN MATEO M.atoo Mateo ?ALATKA Palak
80a m ..... 8.......509 m 00 ..50m 00 ..... m 9 00m ...... No. 50 Daily .......3 9 20 am
3 l pm ..........o. 53 IDaly.......... 3. pm 3 40 pm ......... 64 Dal.y ... 4 00 pm
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No. 21 No. 19 SNo. 17A No. 18 i yNo. I No. i2
;u. only Daily Dally AYPOR Dally
2 0 pm I 6 10 pm 9 00 am Lr...... .J.. cksonville ........ Ar 7 'n- 12 20 pm 30 pm
; 40 pm 6 5 ; m 9 10 air. .v ........... Pab'lo Retuacb... .........l 7 ( 11 0 uam; 4 40 pm
1 4 pm ..I' n 4 am i .......... .~.Anc se a ..............Lv 0 I 0 '11 45 a,.1 4 1 pm
100 pm 7 10 pmu 10lu al .Ar.......... .. M rport.................LvI 4 11 30 am 4 0O pen

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Sdaye me d-

at 0ansWO.a
o latse for Chrkt
dtieto ritain the New

.~.- Joe BrFerd came over
to sib d .the funeral of

Mss.Jo bFelda 6me down

ev a da yor two looking af-
wl Msi.for the Bruner estate.
SMs. R B. B rchdl, daughter
gM lad two s ~w h and Bru-
a r, arrid ftro i t week
sM end the winter 'tb ome at

M r. Vern. Michael and Mr. Roy
uri y w t Chiristmas in Geor-
g' ala oMr. and Mrs. Chandler
f a Iy, od Artsda, Mr.Coleman
S-- thers whose names we

Brer died very suddenly
nigt. He had beo in poor
M fr yearsam d ad ltohe was
at better, and even a faint
ope recovery had been entertatn-
a d bP t iSnds he was too weak to
MrW_. ., waa buried Tuesday, a
number of friends and relatives
being pmenst, and Bro. Hawk came
u p tm Melbourne and conducted
ari.a at the house and the grave.
SDixon willgo to live with
if.ri. and1 Mme. John Fields at Indian-


!b E liaed a itbmas tree i/uMiss
tab-1 chare tohf erecita-
rd KMiD BUk Bo hd chge
Ae ie. Tw choir consistedof
.dt Mrs. mCelaod, Mr. and Mrs.
rtvf Ms. Cibr and A. B. Car-
^ap-araw ora~Cu-. a-- w
flossot duet wfth orgas
1S dalso violia sole wtm
Ned Bond
Almqga a

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M o Ia I... ji
b. ELMay hoadquiteafaall iar o us a s
f ae.vh qui I Ask us for prices and aow
.uv s q, '. hN us to prove this ------on
dJ s m an d family, with a few onse** *Ayers Hair V s w- V "S
iM went at a hunthi expedi- i m SWee agents for Ballha's Obehsk
0 .thls ar isi HA f ca
iba t~sh. &m a daw &
iowthis WOOL al Car, Coffa. Alsn tho r~ff p1 '"1Q i^
Will.Mos arrived last week from ,.. w orM.miThe mo Ret dof
Mimi fo"W e s Im .-.' -I- 2e 4 7 amomu Rejal Scadet b& d of
Miami for-a visit with hiister, Mrs. goods-the finestfood products In the we
A. 0. And Geo. ibbs' Gs Nw Engine
C. Gleon arrived St. Augustine numbers among its E. RADY & BRO
me days ago after summer eidents a young inventor, George E. BRA DY BRO
ent In St. Augstine. W. Gibbs, whose me has already Titusville, Fla.
Ma Bkachel and Grace Tucker become famous through his improved S a,,b, qtI
left Monday for a week's visit with gas engine, which it is claimed will L\ & A B
relatives at Fort Pierce. revolutionize the driving power of _
At the Baptist church on Christ- automobile and motor boats.
d Tests have been made on Mr. JAMU PRITCHARD. Presideat. HENWY PRI'CRETTn, Vhi.a. t
m eve an entertainment and tree Test have been made on Mr. w. HAUILa. M.I t HMae sy r.
was enjoyed by all prent. Gibbs' engine by a disinterested ex-
Mr. R&eoe Keath arrived from pert, one of the most famous in the
Colnbia last we k to jpend United States, and his report ofthese
the holdays with his parents.tests show almost unbelievable re--
the deml suits. Mr. Gibbs' engine used, in this
W. Shave and family, of mingtest, about ora-fourth of the gasoline CO M, 3E-P O
Ga., spent t holidays with used by a standard two-cycle engine, Authorid Capital Si.o,. POWUp Capital."
Mpaents T. J. Shave and wife. and at the same time obtained n 4fr Dper y r p ts M
Mr. and Mr. Spiller spent the cent. more power. -It used little A
beday with their daughter, Mrs. more than one-half the.gasoline u ed
A. B. Wh n, at Knights Key. by the standard fo* cycle engine GENAL A ll I B
Mis. T. J. Save returned fromand obtained 87 per cent more power.
Jacksonville ast week, where she was This engine, by reason of the fact LARGEST AND OLDEST BAK OR THE IER
ealed by the illness of her daughter. that it develops tremendous power Exchange bou and sold on al forAegn coUStria p
and speed for its small size, especially apprte, romt service, polte treat t, sad every
Mrs. Wallace returned from Wa adapts it for use in automobiles and avor coi at with coeratie bnkin g td
beh, Ind., last week and spent a few motor boats. CORBRBPONDEWTB-Empir Trat NmmOn iwa, a w TeIk CO, Th A-.
days with her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Mr. Gibbs reumned a ew days ago I e tioanal ak ofJackermsll Jwr i, ,
W.t .from Pennylvania, whhe spent TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
This town is rejoicing over the re- the pat several months directing the -----
tur of the wet and dry election and eeimentswith theengine and per- IN D IA N R V C OPA N
so glad to see the voters standing up fting it. It is g,&tifyibg to note IN I i R IVER C O M PA N Y
or the right, that themost sguine iexp o STAPLE A D FA CY GROCBU
Mr. Willie Shave and family, of have been fulfilled and that a com- ____i UINDZ
Fleming, Ga., are spending a couple pany has been organized to manufac- - --- ---- -- at Competitive Prio ea
of weeks with their parents, Mr. and ture the engines. GASOLINE, Co LINDER OIL, 0CUP oGR WTOR
Mrs. T. J. Shave. The Gibbs Gas Engine company, A
Mr. ad Mrs. Pigrey, of Olean, which was organized not long since ALLEN H URST, F LA. (0WaM U M
N. Y., arrived last week and are for the manufacture of gas engines PO s i VriCs AlbDa --TITUSVILLi
pleasantly settled for the winter in and gas producers in the south, hasD.H. PEL J. C. TP .." "gtn
their cottage on Houston street. completed its plans for the establish-
The revival at the Baptist church ment of its headquarters and main
me revival at the Baptist e hureh plant in Atlanta, and will begin as
came to a close last week. Rev. Farsoon as its shop and equipment can B NINER DRUG STORENl
"aysforFort. be finished the manufacture of en-
Worth, Texas, to hold a meeting. gines d producer. Titusville, Florida
Capt. Geo. Gleson and family ar-
rived Tuesday of last week from St. Zvery other FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
Augustine to spend the holidays with or should be worried when the little onePERFUME Y, STATIONERY, Et
have a cough or cold. It may lead to croup orP9
relatives, coming down in their own pleurisy or pneumouia-then to ouetShins Soda W after and Ie Cream
lanneh more serio Ballard's Horehound Syrup .
will core the trouble at onceand prevent any Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemi ls
Rev. H. G. Porter, district superin- omplio Sold by Titusvlle Pharmacy M ordr limited and pr py flled. W l order ythl w
and ammr Drug 8tore. orders solicited and p ptly filled. Will order anything we
tendent of the St. Johns River con- haven't in stock
ference, spent Monday and Tuesday Norwood-White
of last week in town, taking in a hunt the residence of Mrs. Nette
with G.C. Beck, returning to his At the residence of Mrs. Nettle
wthome in Dytona Wednesy. Feaster, on Main street, Titusville,
home in Daytona WednesdaySunday evening, Dec. 2th, Mr. W.
St. Pauls Methodist Sunday school S. Norwood, of this place, and Mrs.
held a Christmas entertainment Saidee White, of Nashville, Tenn.,
Thursday evening of last week, a were quietly married, Dean Robot- Ti. usviloria
beautiful cantata being rendered by tom, of St.Gabriels Episcopal church, TitUSViB, FOr l <
the Sunday school. Mrs. C. C. Hous- performing the ceremony. UNOW OFM |r
ton had given untiring devotion to Mrs. White arrived in Titusville on
the training of the children. She Wednesday, the 16th ultimo, and Everything brand new. Elabonrtely furnished. Spacious corridor
was ably assisted by Miss Sadie Snell spent the time up to her marriage s ao feet eunclosd pilua.
in the work. The children didcredit with her friend, Mrs. Feaster. We CUISINE THE BEST
to themselves and deserve great learn, however, that Mr. Norwood e Is
__'{_ AO. .1 rkne acre of ornamental ground, sorrounded by primeval paelms Its
praise. A large tree beautifully dec- and Mrs. White were very intimate surroundings most conducive to solace, rest and recreation. AcaoodaMm 1
orated and filled with presents and a friends in their younger days when one hundred. The Palmhurst porter meets all trins. Ratm B resImable.
liberal candy treat made everything they lived in Georgia, and that the I. N. JOHNSTON,
look like Christmas sure. An im- marriage was not a hasty one, but Proprietor
s nes audience witnessed the pro- had been under consideration for Proprietor
gam. The little folks went home some months past, although it was g O
i y byrted.. The older folks very unexpected and a great sur- --

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o Stlry ejo the crtai and it prise to Mr. Norwood's most inti- ***rery)a M
ueeLr'ehaay words rWfv ai. The mate friend and his family.
Sfi dining waasunusualtr efne. The happy eo harp the hearty
S W congratulations oT' S rAs. A
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