Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 01 8, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00683
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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I~ DAY, JANUARY 8, 1909
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e^nt 3Tma tTt FUIETS eNB Clemm nleSlt n's

IiD I CIDEUTS MONDAY. JAN. 11. MS.
SID th ~ 1saltFnvancy tafl tet4hair ribboie wellent
^ < a Ifo quaUty, in plaidr and stripes, alo in
gasmm-t mWlm pFaoliO. h id cl ors,-5 inches wide, special 3
I.I**-- c eent per yard, Monday only.
A w.l drCt M err t if hal rty -n Ml V Tan i raaiW unoderskirt, made of good
., i/ M els, he Abbot will Dit Ip M sir, DatM, TituWsvi quality of lonsdale with insertion and
voiIw!= aM for Gwry oce-io *d e_ lm pC ie ua 1.h embroidery flounce to match, worth
.. .." .biMr.C I.,,i mC.Book severedehis-.
iSt r o Very M$1.50 Monday's special 99 cents.
t congestion with the A. P. Edge saw Galate cloth in the latest tri
e t mill at Eau Gallie.ry stylish for suits, 36 inches wide
A- mw v efor smaeksch a roe- 8. G. Vanlandingham and Sow isOu w pcial 15 cents per yard.
Windowshades, all colors, mount-
pl .thaeh and d-the name of a new grocery firmin ed on Hartshorn rollers, 3 feet wide
aET d leadtewi Fort Piere that has just started up and 8 feet log 3 center each
7L d a d lmd o ortrb inbusines. Ladies' redymade eonret cover
cgg1e T- Mo-dl--Mt made of a fne quality of pinsoo
S WINSTON S. RANNING Rod Smith cut his left foot with an h embroidery and lto matoh,
SHeaduartrs for tle and Value ax while at work hewing on the pil- special 5 cents each.
iv f, lida, ag for the new dock Wednesday Special prices in quilts d blank-
g,:WIl^ __ M_ ,_ __ which interferes with his working for et w b.
"Ms Wel MB .- Jnt, All wool blankets 11-4s, worth $3.50
L wL t1 m TheoI. Y Wee. nd H. Pt of afew dMy. special S2.w.
Sto Ceieland, Ohio, are no engaged as The Park Co. will open next Mon- Fine quality of rushing, three
l qe room derk and night erk at Palm- day night, Jan. 11th, with Lena Riv- eces i a box, special29 cents per
h". ers. Don't missthis opportunity to pricesin ladies' ndi
S5brtei: I Park Co. will open next Mon- see that beautiful heart story played dren's coats.
Sdr day night, Jaq. 11th with Lena Riv- in a most fascinating manner. We have quite a few remnants in
L a Odd ers. Don't ri tih opportunity to Mrs. Effe K. Snider, who was a gingham and dress goods of all de-
Woo" 0" trsenmptions Will sell you these at a
a- that beautiful heart story played few days ago divorced by her hus- greatsarilee o
B 5l mIh in a most fasating manner. band, Thomas A. Snider, the wealthy Plmnanto in embroideries at a
Sai --i Mr. L W. Doolitte quite surprised catsup manufacturer, is again mar- great sacrifice.
Stbe his Titbvile friends by bring his ried, the groom being Dr. E. P. E. Juuus KuLm,
rt Uf bride home with him Wednesday. Senatak. Tituville, Florida.
*i 1 a p'u s t but On Dec. 2th at Kingston, Ga., he Mr. L F.Walsemann, staff corres-
IW: DInmawrried to Mis .ela Hargis. pondent for the New York Packer, Church Notes
TMBlm i h may couple have the hearty arrived in Titusville the first of the Rev. Dr. Badger win rch in the
i o f Tun Theywee for at n dys sa in Prs K bytw an rch ot itile next
.. atio of TarA.L They week for a few days' stay in the in- Sundy at 7 o'clock p. m. on "The Man
I la "LarLe L toppinf with Mr. C. Collis. terest of that journal, stopping at of Purpose."
Mrs. Deisner's. Dean Robottom will give a lecture in
STourist Railway Sch dle Mi. and rs. N. Taft and two chil- li Johns Episcopal church at Eau Gal-
Slie Monday evening, Jan. 18, at 7:20
I X The winter seheduleof the F. E. C. dren, from Perth Amboy, N. J., have p. ~ Subject "Henry of Navarre and
lran rrailway went into effect Tuesday with arrived and have taken the cottage ttaen the ete r, the proceeds go
Sw i four trains daily each way between formerly known as the Fulton cot- ig to the ladies gild fund.
SSt. allvlendMiai. bpund tage for a stay of two and half Dean Robottom will oiciate in St.
w Ita i b follw: months in Tituaville. Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday morn-
S, )in. in.g 10th, at 11 o'clock, and in St.
_,ByIi -- ._ :1 as fm. a.1, m.. p. im.; p. and CoJdwctor S. W. Jones, who takes abrielachurch, Titusville, on Sunday
Sa. a S p. m. North hb trails leave the place of Conductor Burt Hale on evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Sa. .m 'lt e at2:, 6:56 a n., the Sanford branch, arrived Tues y Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun-
Ir.i. W, I"t-. |1:80 p. m. and p. m. The train he an d are Toi at day next at Indianola at 10:30 a. m. and
IIIl own*__ isM.iiH al'eBna < o 1* no lv -* 60 ..ad he and his wife are stopping at 7 p. m.
for SanfSd now leaves at 6:30 a. m. Hotel Dixie. Conductor Hale takes Conductor Brown Assaulted
Bh y r eo w rr Conductor R. E. Brown, of St. Au-
Seo foand arrives at m. a train on the main line. Conductor R. E. Brown, of St. Au-
I. 'Speal prices to Florida planters. Messrs. A. A. Boggs, of Miami, gustine, who is well known to many
5. D A Aer- Bear' Pecan Nurneris, Paata. Cary D. Landis and Egford Bly, of people up and down the east coast,
L Sh h s M n DeLand, attorneys-at-law, have been was the victim of a cowardly and
i*h dht.UM to Sharehoddr' MeetWg To-Night stopping at Palmhurst-Sterling this vicious asault Sunday afternoon at
the hands of a brakeman by the name
mn in.the There will be a meeting of the week while attending to legal busi- of Simons. Conductor Brown had
he t set about tockhoder of the Tlitvle Hotel ness here before Judge Jones. reported the man for some trivial
SI, ,,,tompp with the. beard of directors dereliction and won his ill will.
h S v wry -l-ty. The oaid -omany at the law office of Mr. and Mrs. Johan Jensen, of dereliction and won his ill will.
. bhold pr~admtandre- Mr. Geo. M.Robbins this Friday eve- Perth Amboy, N. J., are recent ar- rown was accostedby Simonsthat don
Smd pdaidos hbe with te TI- ing at 7 o'clock sharp. The direc- rivals at Hotel Dixie, and are very Carrera street and the brakeman ex-
t l-e mnmbe Co. tors of the company will also be much pleased with this place. We pressed his grievances. Mr. Brown
1Dm IU ta r ted T t d to hi atny who e ocitien a- hope they may find it pleasant enough was carrying suitcase and believing
Dmw _9_.-__d T-Q011 tend this meeting whoarenotalready fthe man meant to attack him he turn-
froa sbdhi vt toNew Smyrna shareholders in this company. for them to remain some time. ed half sideways to set the case down
eBd inform us that the draw to the Richard Croker, the greatex-Tam- when Simons struck him a terrific
bridge to the beah at Coronado has Obstrction in the Canmany Hall chief, who several years blow with a slung shot or brasn
bar ordered by the government t About six months ago a houseboat ago quit America as a place of abode knucks, the blow landing back of the
rmas ope on accoount of itasiter- was beached on the shore of Mosquito and went to Europe, arrived in Palm ear Brown was stunne andfor tdin
IRI_. le agon unea r the Heaulover canal. Re- e t not regain consciousness for ten mm
nfwg ,with the navigable chamel. gently it slid into the channel of the Beach Tuesday and will spend the utes, meanwhile the cowardly assail
This makes it a serious hindrance to canal and within the past few days season in one of the Florida East ant beat him on the head and face
.rMmunleation between New 8myr- became submerged right in the path Coast Hotel company's cottages on inflicting ugly wounds. Mr. Browr
id Coroado d ebteh of boats passing through .t.fe canal, the ocean beach. was carried into a neighbor's house
Storming an unseen obstruction and a iWnd there regained consciousness but
Dr. Lane, an eminent surgeon of menace to all craft. Commodore Al- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Warnock, of refused to have Simons arrested and
Proidende, R. I., who, with his wife, leq communicated with the canal Jamaica, N. Y., with a party consist- the latter skipped out for unknown
has been ending a week or so at company and' has instructions to ing of Mrs. A. M. Morrell and Mr. parts on the northbound train.
the Hotel Dixie, goes out gunming dynamite the obstruction, which is William Morrell, of Flatbush, N. Y., .....
intended to be done this week. ThMre Deserved Promotion
NCltert tw a d on Wea- housboat is said to have been owned and Mrs. George Couper Gibbs, of Master Fred Chappll who ha
angday returned with 22 ducksin the by Mr. Pritehett, of this place, nqw Jacksonville, are at the Alcazar hotel, r appel,
,b, vmnit for the afternoon hunt. resident of Georgia. St. Augustine, for a few days, on the been messenger boy here for th<
Hiis quite charmed with our ideal way to their winter home at Eldora. Western Union for several years, re
iate and is enjoying the sport of Country Produe Wanted M rs. C P. Miller and J. Q. Bard ceived a deserved promotion the firs
hating to the limit ta kinds and of Chambersburg, Pa., and Llandof the week by being placed in charge
Mr. .woitGPtot t aim ,kind ets.wo ofChtnbersburo, Pt. ands pland asr
wanted at Ho Al P. of the Western Union office as oper
Mr. L F. Spener, who left Titus- Gamu & a9.sa, Proprietors. S. Sudlow and Hammond Talbot, of ator at this Dlace, with a salary o


vle about a year ago and went to New York, are having a big hunting $55.00 per month, against that o
Oklahoma quite surprised his friends. Wagons, bugles American fenc- trip this week over in Banana creek, $10.00, his former pay as messenger
P bon by b ing, farm machineryat carload prices leving unday with Cant Jack Laf- Everyone is pleased over Fred's pro
L Z Ih aMer o %e in w ye*- Flridg nday with Capt. Jack La- mWmotion and feel sure that he willfil
d ornQte. He expects to re- lin on his houseboat for that section. the position with credit to himself
rmals ar for several day ad will Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't This party is making the Hotel Dixie Mr. Davis, who was operator here
S b go further down the cost. Men's ie shirts, made of an their headquarters while staying has been transferred to Sanford.
I abrwr atfa joyig the weather e ellent qa .iof percale with here.
w hereo r in mpion to laundered cuffs, rth 5etR r Mon Shop. :DNTOS DENTOS
ft be him c ach. Gun Roepir mSop. Locate& at Titusville one week longer
S- o suites, ade in the test Guns stocked and shotguns re- Have your work done now at half prc
am yles, at prices O than the goid bored. All work guaranteed. Fall Set Teeth $8.00 and u
eaL n be -m mnt&aMed. HERY BENUKE, Titusville, Fla. Gold Crowns, Bridge-work 5.00
UM='s cdloigw walF cat t p Porcelain or Pivot Teeth 50Q
.. .4ima hBain mAi OAW iu. .. For Sale Cheap Gold or Inlay Filings 2.00


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Pine box sttoary. pds,, pni
pens and ink. L. '-
BANNmr DtmU BMsc.
Mr. J. A. Modibette ws
psengers on the south boea
yesterday for Frontemnae i
home. .
Col. J. H. Hegn, of Artbs, wW.
in town Wdn aday on his way to
Augustine for a few days' st
called on Ta STA tat t
Mr. EdwanrAnel Pease,
line, Mass., is having m '
Sport at quail hating h be o ti
and is sto at Plm
ling.
Mr. FIAk Dape is now sto
in Jackbonvilen d exec tooI
to Titusville atr awile, inordaero x,
enjoy the warm weather we
down here. .
Meirs. M. S. ams and sm
of Courtenay, and T, S
Idianola, were in town W
to attend the meeting of the
mandery:that afternoon, at
the annual election of offers
place.
Louis H. Parker, who wmresntl
sentenced to five years in the Co
camps for selling stolen
his escap from campoa
and there is a reward of $1
delivery to Hall, Meigs and Towmiei
near Salt springs, Fla.
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins chapr med
a party of young folks to lenhri
Sunday afternoon, the Mi
and Mollie Robottom, e iB
Messrs. Chas. A. Noone,
Richard Robbins forming the
The trip was made in Leon WilBo's
motor boat, returning about 9:90
o'clock.
The city dock has been taken up
complete from the shore to the fsh
houses and the piling for the new
dock was started Wednesday. The
removal o the dock make a great
hindrance to moving freight, fish and
supplies from the fish houses and
Boats to the shore, which has to be
Done with lighters and row boats un-
Stil the new dock is completed.


Capt. Ben Sooy, of Atlantic City,
N. J., who spends his winters regu-
Slarly at St. Lucie, arrive* in Titu-
- ville the latter part of last weqk 'nd
Spent a couple of days with his
friends, Messrs. Green and Gale, at
SHotel Dixie, taking in a couple of
t gunning trips and a moonlight sailing
1 party with a few of his friends while
n here. He speaks in the highest terms
of the splendid hotel accommodations
of Titusville now and we feel sure he
will be instrumental in sending many
people here this season.
- FURNITURE, PRY GOODS, SIOES
t Art squares, tapestry and in in
,e Bleached sheets, full size, 65 cents
.-I Sheeting for single beds
f; Talking machines, needles, records
fi Leather belting, 5x16 for dynmo
Il Sectional book-cases and books
' CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone
D-;
Il Wanted
, Purchasers for Armour's fertilim ,
the best on the market as a monm
maker. Try it and be cvinced.
F. H. BoYE, Ag.
*r For Sale
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p Building lots and the but of pine-
apple land, at Horti, BaMna river.
Address J..B. J~os,
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p W Mf tle ter: Whoe owns the sol
p oto the si aryThat e as the law of
asp ary-. AIbraa Is to gland and
kOWlaw today. so you can se
a bit of sane Lat aviators are
Sa p a toml what rstop had been
'aks n Farance toward meeting these
auI l le alwd llcult es.
Alreadyto he said. w the Ae oClub
ot Praaee he established a standard
ie for an acre to be paid by aero-
urat and aviators for damage done to
W crpL. This provision Is chiefly
for ordiar7 balloons, but In the cities
ot Prme laws are belng enacted to
provide or werolanes, which, It s
realized over them. will sooa be a com-
moa mode of travel.
f Paris the police have been in-
. started to go immediately to any are-
plm or dirigible landing within the
S etly limits and search it for taxable
h d liquos or gasoline. There are
sew something lke fifteen or eighteen
lpe. la Paris p t apart for the land-
g i aeroplanes M and the police un-
Sbasttamd that a httle later It will be a
-Sat of their duty to watch thee
'pots Just as much as the gatps of the
eity o m watehead ow to levy tax on
0al g11aolie in automobile purchased
Sa Oumd5e th eity.
S Te u k ph ople recognise that
,-am end and dirigibles are moon to
seuduato then radically, and
wpuegerlmg for the mw order
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Ne aue.

Tm -Odlr -A walkr" Is the very
tavw iste eme" esaeisfy s at.2L
Lais. It is a m .M t~. the sol.
ary trUesd a tu e drs siral the
eS le aep aem the gide eo the pre-
mler toe a-dme It s the Meal walk.
SIt to tL bd e a waik the rill ser-
eants the amy take tree years to
tme tMhe sless T*e bll n te foot
I Pbawed ret. 4he wl a kept
im it. wrtth s- wabmbl of the
kes. te tdy tIS kept e~ret t he
ps and-b r d asr Possils the walker
"ask it .
The emly marked 4I*ete between
th walk ed the rwier and the roller
skate i is that the soldiers sboul-
Ger are kept eret and weU back.
The girl throws her shoulders forward.

UtteW Ping e muw Own" eley Pin.
Frateralty and seeiety plas have lost
their vome for av&w e, and the lttle
aer ria g as the thin for the gradu-
atlg edu., the lttle club or coterie
which wvat by ssome etward simm to
Iepmes te lnward beod that unates
t memaubes hat a whole. O of the
er tem msm s of theP amruats
daes et a aB--nsmale Detrett school
Imtle -o mal quite heavy ad
ma- smIo t fheretS, acordinm to
Modern style, very chic.
l Whele Fex Make Hat.
A walk sl the Champs Byes or the
Avoue du Deb, i Paris, t these
dayrs howe that meot womem ace
baded besath enormous f" r toques.
A whole ta,. with the bead and tail.
Ie employed I makiN some of these.
which eeme down over the forebod.
A large feather staa out om eaeh
sde. lhek a hat is eosmedeed eheap
at $100.
toema 'mehThe Oaued
If ye hav amy trouble with your aemiach
YoheeA take Clhmberlin's teomeh and
Uvwr TIe Mr. J. P. Kloa, of Edina,
Mo., ms. "I have wed a gret ay difhr-
it m ietoCm Lfor tAe m trble, bat fnd
Chbmhisla's ftomhb and Liver Tablets
mon beMduia tha any other remedy I ever
sed." For ale b. TItmsville Pharmacy.

LAUGH AND LIVE LONG.
eelpo of Oetogeerrian Who Ixpeeta
to Live to be 104
Francis Brandewede of Alto, Mo..
the oldest offeeholder in St Louis and
now eighty-three years old, believes he
has solved the problem of how to live
to be 104. He would laugh himself
there. Here is the recipe of this oc-
togenarian and the rule be practices:
Laugh all you can, get hold of all
the funny stories you can and think
of them, chew tobacco, drink a little
beer each day and always get up from
the table hungry.
One year ago, while clerk of the
city court, he became ill, and his fami-
ly despnired of his getting well. Bran-
dewelde asked the physician to call
his friends In and tell any good stories
they might know. He also demanded
that they allow him to have his plug
of tobacco close at hand and that be
he allowed to drink a bottle of beer
now and then. In spite of the protests
of the physltlians. the order was fol-
lowed. and Brandeweide began to
mend.

Boon to the Blind.
A fine present comes ti, the blind in
the shape of an invention by which
the peculiar books dealgned for them
may be printed on both sides as well
as one. The new process will cut the
copt of this sort of literature in half,
vhbc-b means that the societies and II-


brarles engaged in circulating It may
double their output, while those ladl-
viduals who want to buy books can
get that much more for their money.


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appeal to the Well-Informed in every
walk of life and are essential to permanent
success and creditable standing. Accor-
ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Iigs
and Elixir of Semia is the only remedy of
known value, but one of many reasons
why it is the best of personal and family
laxatives is the fact that it cleanses,
sweetens and relieves the internal organs
on which it acts without any debilitating
after effects and without having to increase
the quantity from time to time.
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"io 0of Tura4, 300 fat blow me
S ftie frttiU vrale of a md the
wte p ad moatains of

Tie sad aIS the Chies rule
a HsdkHng asr ben overthrown,
sometihan for centurim d some-
times for only a score of years, and
time sad apik China has recon-
quered the prince. With each
-oo set Chinew oflieias and mer-
ehants have poured in. They have
taken to themselves wives of the
Aryan inhabitants They have built
government houses, forts and
towns-largely of mud-and they
have entirely dcmninated the mild
Chanto natives. Then, when for-
eign invasion has driven ihem out,
they have disappeared, and Hsin-
kiang, lapsing into its ancient
anathy, has become as though the
Chinese were not nor ever had been;
hence today, in site of 2,000 years
of intermittent Chinese rule, Tur-
kestan is still the "new province."
It is related to China much as Utah
and Arizona were to the rest of the
United States before the days of
railroads. It resembles those states
in other ways also, especially in cli-
mate and topography although in
Severe respect its extremes are far
greater than theirs
Cut off from China by 300 or 400
miles of the most rigorous desert
and from the rest of mankind by
the greatest of mountains, this old
nw province has pursued the tenor
of its way almost nninlenoed by
the world at lar. During the two
ipillnninum sice the Coming of the
Chinese the people of Nnlrang
have been converted from pgam
to Buddhial and then to Iohmm
dasa Tmy have een eoa qe
by Ui Tut usd Tibetaan.
A mw language Tur, has been
ed ua thm, ad they have
see fre m famine war and
pestilee and their attendant rav-
Yet the character of the peo-
e appems to have changed but
little. The accounts of ancient Chi-
nese pilgrims to India and the evi-
dences found in ruins indicate that
the life of the past was not unlike
that of today. The original Aryan
stock still remains dominant,
though more or less 'mixed with
half a dozen other races. Ells-
worth Huntington in Harper's.

The Rife.
As early as 1498 the citizens of
Leipzig, Germany, possessed the
germ of the future rifle, for their
arms had a grooved bore, but the
groove was straight. Not many
years after-about 1520-Augustin
Kutter of Nuremberg was cele-
brated for his star grooved barrels,
in which the grooves had a spiral
form. From this time on it was
simply a matter of improvement,
the principle itself having been for-
ever established by Kutter.-New
York American.


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Mrs. C. H. Runyon, Stanhbrry, Mo., writes: "I have
used your Ballard's lorohound Syrup :nd finr It -.vry
useful medicine for coughs and colds, and in fact nil lung
troubles. It is very pleasant to take, and we !'i v. I :
trouble in inducing the children to tako it. I recom-
mend it highly."
Don't wait until that cough develops Into a inorc. dr'.-
gero'us malady. Savo yourself and children many lick
spells and insure a long and healthy life.
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BRONCmmS, HOARSP NSS, WHOOPLIN
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S s sId t'to f tr e d amll
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hBBiom Upon me* and from that
Ssto to h my lve for the tree anl
ibm cultiatiot he never sead. Then
ea fM wemt on and the blf forests I
d" to oa A my boyho obt west
p d I at as though there was
--s- gt' atr-a1'gly mismng and the
I ban t to tMk -aga, hard, and uad-
dely t all dawed e mo--a eoreeta-
t0iI We nuded to replace the thing
whMlh were gone."
Mr Gaylor spoke t President Room-
vet' interest In forestry and samd:
"Bi administration has agitated the
country from center to circumference,
ad possibly one of the greatest things
he ha dome, In my humble opinion, is
the d calln of the recent meeting of
gfotes and the conservation dellb-
eratlons, In particular to forestry."
"Have you called on the president at
* aRt"'
"4, I have not. But here is a letter
a lrftrnoction to him given me by the
goverror of Colorado when I came
here to Washington last May. You
meo,* continued Mr. Gaylor, "it was
my ertonal intention to go to South
Ameri for the purpose of studying
d writing on the agricultural and
S a-t coalition of the republics down
S tI, het I had to give it up on ac-
e o my age and health. 1 didn't
tm tt yars were telling on me
m I rnsehe Washington. And then
S It I ~d out that 'd have to
Struca trip. My letter to
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sbe-^ seb etWe t o Wbt
H9 P md th wBesr, Wthe -
in Gegoswen, end etheBeed "a t dit-
Sct pata ef the city. It as very
q ,, J u Ie rereation.Sometimes
rf pt chM r to bhep me, but not
em. One o two varieties I couldn't
W hrie In Washington I pplked 9p
n hr Fils Charh. They wer prtiel-
ally hickory ats and sugr maple."
"What seeds bhav you planted so
ftfr
S"About 1OAn0 white oak, American
4den. Norway maple, ash and bhoe
leUt. Those I have here are chest-
SOk, agr maple, hikory, coffee
bean, ak locust, catalpa, yelow
wood, eamore and ylow poplar. As
I sad bfore I probably plant thea
EIt sring or atlL
"Aad where do you imagine I plant-
d thmbe eed? Why, in a pear or
chard with pear troe f 00 small
cherry tree and several small patches
oa stw rrd s and blackberry. The
tres stad from tweve to saxteea faet
r t, d In tthe space I where the
8-6 wet, four separate rows be-
tween each row of tre. That is strict
land economy.
"I went t ot here only recently and
found the acoras spruth4 and every
row n the seven and a half acr
bowing signs of plant iUf that is
vWr eoeorain Judging from the
present Idleadtio, I calculate that
rom 75 to 80 per cent of the seeds
plated wll rn to medlin in the
coare oe eighteen metha, at the ed
a whicb time they'll have to 4 re-
oved to a larger piece of ground, of
u oeso."
"Prom a businea standpoint how
masy aeeding wil have to develop
to bring a profitr Mr. Gaylor was

"At the lowest 80 per ent," wa the
awer. "Forty par eet Ao edt ap
.Nt wMI ama a big proft iem a
i~seeatse standpoint"
Mr. Geylor said that negotlatios
were entire into for the land-the
pear rehard, as he terms It--lat Sep.
im6r, whicb is located on the far
a R. K. T. Shreve, and the actual
planting f the aeed ban Nov. 10
and late for two weeks. They were
planted rdually ad with the a t-
anee of Mr. Sbrwve, who prepared
the ground for their reeeptio. Dr-.
ing any extended abMee from the
embryo aurery by Mr. Gaylor, because
of the elements and hs ale in the
next several months Mr. hreeve will
look after things and ma that thi
roudA, particularly the surface is
In the best condition at an time. I
"It my work over there will only
create Intereat In others suAlent to
induce them to try the same thing,"
aid Mr. Gaylor at the conclusion of
hisa interview, "I shall be thoroughly
satisfied and shall edl that I have
done some good for the country at
large."
For Experimentaf Marriages.
In thb course of a recent session of
the Congress of Russian Women Mine.
Arabashina proposed that the congress
should exert itself in favor of the ee-
'tablishment of experimental mar-
riages. Perpetual marriages, she de-
clared, were often Immoral and some-
times the cause of ti gravest inajus-
tice, deceit and stn.

Great Eel Skinner.
Isaac Lockwood, a Stratford (Cona.)
saherman, who claims the title of
"champion eel skinner of the world."


has announced his retirement with a
fortune. He is sixty years old and has
been in pursuit of the elusive eel for
Just fifty years. He has caught about
500.000 and skinned 'em all.

Geld Soveroigns For Canada.
The first gold soverelkns ever made
In Canada were recently turned out at
the royal mint in Ottawa. Ont. They
are nmdle from gold mined at Larder
Lake :timl are marked with "C." Indl-
enth'v of Canadian manufacture.
The Meanest Man in Town
is the one who always wean a frowa, is cro
and disagreesble and is short and sharp in
his aswers. Nine aesoate of teIt its eot
the pr fello's ult, its his liver and di.
Smake n him feel so miserable. he
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fired three bullets into him and killed
him. The bear weighed when dressed
500 pounds.

Reform Time.
I've got a do;: I'm going to train
When Castro licks the Dutch.
That swampy land I mean to drail
When Castro licks the Dutch.
I'm going to plant that saved up seed
And buy that paint my fence doth need.
And heaps of books I'm going to read
When Castro lic a the Dutch.


I'm going to pay eleven calls
When Castro licks the Dutch.
I'11 patch the paper on the walls
When Castro licks the Dutch.
I'm going to mend that broken sleigh-
I've put it off for many a day-
And--h!--I'm going to write a play
When Castro licks the Dutcih.
I'm going to turn a lot of leaves
When Castro licks the Dutch.
I'll harvest my full share of sheaves
When Castro licks the Dutch.
I'm going to rise when larkllet sings.
And you can mark this down. by ings!
rm going to quit postponing things
When Castro licks the Dutch.
-Arthur Chapman In Denver Repub-
lican.


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in ts respect New York is more

AmerlesM than Amer
To the peRnt writa t has mem.
times mnMs that after the prIseis
evoluio had realhd a certain stage
Mother Nature pausedo tawhe to ur-
ve her han or ad looking at the
lbbsed product In the old world, UM,
*"y 1guhmn is up to the pe Oent
moment the best thing I have peo-
dueed, but I am going to try to lm-
proe n te work." So -be proceea
to lighten the structure somewhat,
whether with lss ma stabity remains
yet to be se e made It a little
less top heavy, a little lees sold and
stold. She poured Into the ompotl-
tionm a few extra drops of nervous
luid and sent the Amera I forth
I wth an nitlect m sturdy as that alof

the modern eot and as spple as that
of thoe anst Oreek- a t a pette
uoim the fate of the earth.


TITLE FOR NEGRO FIGHTER.
Jeak Jeoa eo trhe a rt Cerop ed Woeld'
Heavyweight Champa ort
Tomar h car te oCanadian heavy-
weitht, who was defeated recently in
Australia by Jack Johnson, the Texan
negro, sys he Is satisfied that be was
beaten ftarly.
Whe ter fght had gone ourteea
rounds the pole stopped the bout.
Johnson was declared the winner o
Jack Jebsom is tIhe rst C earo wbh
ever was the worlds heavyweight p-"
gTlis Bte rampost CIn fact, he is
the oa*R egro who ever was permit-
ted to battle for the aonor. He was
born in Galveston. Te., n 1878 and
began his ring career In 1901 He Is
sW feet one and dthequarter Inches
Ion elht and weighed at the ringrde
lose to 10 pounds.
Barns was born in Hanover, Obt, ip
I1 atd started fighting when he was
nineteen years old. He is fv e feet
seven and one-quarter Inches n height
and weighs when trained for battle
about 175 pouds.

NERVY BEAR HUNTING.

Hunter Followed Bruin into a Cave
With a Toerh and G.t Him.
After a three days' chase the largest
bear killed near Wllkesbarre, Pa., was
shot the other day and was brought
to Wilkebarre by a party of hunters
who have been after bear in Bradford
county. The bear's tracks were first
an on a Wednesday and were fol-
lowed all that day, all the next and
until late Into the next afternoon,
when be was located In what is known
a Indian cave. eighteen mire from
Mehoopany.
Various methods of gettln him out
failed, and then George Cassen, with
a pine torch in one hand and a rifle in
the other, entered. He located the
hear in a far corner of the cave, threw
the torch at him and then by its light


Father Eummelen to Erect Immenee
Aviary In California.
A novel idea is being evolved for the
stocking of Imperial valley. California.
with the rarest of song birds. If the
scheme is carried to perfection, Braw-
ley will have an aviary which may be-
come one of the curiosities of southern
California. The Rev. H. Eummelen.
Catholic priest for the parish of Im-
perial Valley, proposes to place at
Brawley an immense aviary which
shall inclose with wire netting an area
of trees and shrubs. Within this he
proposes to place male and female
birds of all climes. Including meadow
larks, nightingales. thrushes and fa-
miliar songsters of the United States.
As the birds propagate it is the pur-
pose of Father Eummelen to turn them
out in the open.

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"MM9 A. V. Wed at nRd"
Vs. m i this county il s
-Tn efIeti aly otplttma ah mIat
Tf the mnekey fnga

The lat triumph his aeoa pr.
a as the prbaratimn e m a a
lexseo of the mekey LCgua. By
means of this lezlen it is calculated
that uy apt stedet f languages may
readily acquire a knowledge of the l-
SgPae of monkey. Foowingare am-
pis of the word a that uaoque lel-
can. together with the datton aof
each:
Qhul-Want
Our'b-Wbere are yomu
Co-nh-Her.
Khl-lu-ILook out
A'-o-bho--tampede.
Kht-lu-bo--Betreat
.Chu-h-Hark, what!
From his youth Professor Garer
was devoted to animals and in chd-
bood was wont to Imitate brds in their
forest songs. He gained the tdea early
In liUf that an animals have a lan-
guae as complete, so far as its pur-
poses are concerned, a any of the la-
uagesa ued by human beigs.

BOOK DEDICATED TO A CAT.

Mistree of Pri Winner Tee of Pots
Wonderful smartaees.
A 200 page book 4e*4rat'4 to the
memory of a dbed eat has been pub-
lished by Mrs. Laura W. Greee of
Berwyn, Il., a prominet clubwoman
and vice president of the American
Cat Fancier' assoelatlon, says a Obl-
cago dispatch.
The cat whose fame s thus perpetu-
ated Is the late Tom Wlloughby
Greme, three rears or, blck, orane
eyed and four times winner of the
blue ribbon at the annual eat abow in
Chleago. Tom Wiloughby was entered
for the show to be hld next January.
but contacted a severe case of poe-
tenala and passed to eat beaten.
The book is a volume of stories
about cats and kittens, including sev-
oral of which T. W. Greene was hero.
Tom had his own bed, with sheets.
pillow and quilts. He tucked himself
tn carefully each nlght At the side of
his bed an alarm clock was set for 8
a. m.
When It rang Tom got up, went to
the hired girl's room and aroused her.
gently tapping her face with the tp of
his talL

ELECTRICITY TO'DISPEL FOG.

London to Try to Got Rid of its Light

Deotryor.
Electrical discharges to rid the Brit-
lab isles of fogs is the proposltlon of
Sir Oliver Lodge, a scientist whose
name commands respect for any plan
in nature's domain be might express
willingness to father, pays a London
cable dispatch. The Westminster coun-
cil has provided ground near the Groe-
venor canal where experiments are
to be made under public aunplcea at a
cost of $10.000.
The plan Involves the discharge of
electrlclty at a light voltage from a
aeries of disks placed on the tops of
Insulated poles. Precipitation of mois-
ture follows, and the fog laden at-
mosphere is cleared.
The idea is said to have been smg-
gested by noting improvement in Lon-
don atmospheric conditions since the
modern Introduction and growth of
electrical industry.

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to th s prom a toe ad o to country
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rasimnt oit 80 pgr tnt. u e,
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pt year and Santa Roa county be
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S payment Whea the matter reached
Sthe suprm court the expected hap-
pand and decision was handed
S down delaying the appropriations
S.. uteobtiutional. The appropria-
S tonr amounted in fact to a levy for
School purposes, and the legislature
S wasdoing by indirection what it could
not do directly, but it was acting in
l a good cause and it is unfortunate
That the appropriations were not paid
S4 with such promptness as to avoid the
I raising of the constitute ional q uestio rn
Church and Spiritualism
SM. A. Lane, in Uncle Remus's
MaUgaine for January says: One of
the most significant facts of this new
S century is the presence in the United
States of Dr. Godfrey Raupert, pro-
/fessor in the College of the Propa-
S Iganda at Rome, and member of the
f ] 0ndon society for physic research.
f .; He comes as the special delegate ofl
3 Pope Pius X to tell the people of the
q : United States the position of the
S curch on the facts of spiritualism,
R J pirltism, or so called occultism, and


S his presence and his mission are of
thumelvesevidece that the church
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Sto n, that the church admits that
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M? dk ueim ro mhriso
s tha property an w p wlI
WdlMe fm hibg*avaM title to
tlmN Iuaf itnbe ould aduetal to
triadBs the, am he repas the
m winvolvedl aInthm.
Otherwise there would be no en-
forsemmt of the allection f taxes.
Wh a m really boys whenle ets
a tax deed is not ~be propertybt an
inambranee apon it whieh the owner
mutlift aern tothetemsof
tie law before he can make a good
and valid transfer of th same. The
presumption of the law i that the in-
tmrt and penalty following the me
of loads for tazxe are mfiient to af-
fod the buyer ample ompeu tio
for hi ins tmnt, and it i not equi-
table that he should mm e many other
right atlbe has fully compWi
with every requirement of the law-
oone wbhiebh em tobe that the
own hold have ample opportunity
topayhistax. The oa of proof
in ta title ms is held to fal upon
ths p claiming under the title.

We T der Q9urThanks
We are in ept of a rate of fine
Red SpaiMh pinem from W. H. Rob-
inson, of dred, and a box of fine
Malta Blood oranges from our old
time fried, Capt. Pe y, of Nathan-
on-theBananRFiver. Thee Malteem
Blood sam the finet flavord oranges
and have the thinnest skin of any we
have sen and the captain's fruit has
an enable reputation wherever it is
sent. Mr. Robison has ood the
AflntpAin plantatiom in hi sec-
tionad is hfit perfectly deli
ios Many thanks, gentlemen, for
so indly remembering Tur SrAR.

Death of Henry E Bugbee
nry E. Bugbee, of St. Augus-
tine, well known to many up and
down the whole eastcoast, died at
his home in the Ancient City last
week and was buried Sunday after-
noon. Kniahtit Templars of that city
served as special guard of honor to
the grave in Evergreen cemetery
where the solemn Masonic rites of
burial were performed. Deceased
had been a popular conductor on the
F. E. C. railway for years and the
pall bearers were Conductors York,
Hoover, Grant, McCormick, Car-
ruthers and Dilworth, of that road.
Wanted-A Few Boardrs
Write to Henry Benecke, Palmetto
Apiary, Titusville, Fla.
Weekly Weather Report
TITUaVILLK, FLA., Jan. 0. 1909.
Statement ,. olaperatures and rainfall for
the weelk ending Wedneday.


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I\x I \. Koil'OPPE.LOW.
(< O.erattve Observer.
Notice
I will IN at the following places for the pur.
pne of areasing the taxet for 19ii. at the
time named below. I would take it as at great
favor. if all would meet me at the d, shig at, d
places at the time n-med. It will enable me
to complete my work earlier antd more cor-
rectly. W.H. HALL.
Amessor.
Miceo, Jan. 11.a. m., at P. Bertelmons
Grant. 12, L. Jorgensen
Valkara. p." p.m. E. Svedelius
Malabar, 13. a. m. Arnold's store
Melbourne, 15. Brown's hotel
Melbourne Beb, 16. Postoffice
&au allie, .18, The Inn
Troie. 6 Postofice
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PrW ,Dnrg .Oo Oubsb, Obh
OGloesmn -I can ehoerfully recon
mend Pr mu a e fletva eura ior
Sate- BWd olds.
T o a uthoribmd to use my photo
with tetammUml i any pubn tto..
Mn. Joseph Hal OhCe,
8N Teth St., Washinston, D.0.
Cou ed et Som ber eaO.
Mrs. A L. Wetal, em Ohbo St., Trm
Hautep Ind., vritess
"When I began to take your maduein
I oould not smell, nor ber a church
bel rng. Now I ean both smal a
"WheM I began yar treatment my
bead was terrible. I had bassing ad
aUrpig noises ta my head.
I followed your advice faithly l d
took Parama a yao told me. Now I
might my I am welL
"I want to gs and tst my mother
mad ae tho doctor who said I was not
oa for this world. I will tell him It
was PnraiO W cwd me .
People who object to liquid medlicies
Mn now cure Perana tablets.
Man--Iln an Ideal Laxative
Ask year draugit fo a fe Perun
ACounty Trnr 1s00
County Treasurer's Statement


January 1st, 1909.
Bala cash on hsad Dec. 1
19Amntceiv-------d in Dc. 1908
Amount received in Dec., 1906


Total
Lees warrants paid in Dec.,
1908, and warrants deliver-
ed to county commission-
ers and board of public in-
structio ...--.......--- ...
Balance cash on hand Jan. 1,
1909----------------------
This amount is held as fol-
lows:
Depoited in banks, as per
cashiers' certificates at-
tached to monthly reports,
and checks and cash in safe


The balances belonging to e
are as follows:
....... .... .. .......
County revenue--General
County road and bridge fund
Building fund.--. .---------
Fine and forfeiture fund-..-
Special road fund Dis. No. 1
Sa 3
444 44 4 4
4 "4 4 5
4 4 44 44 44 5


Game warden fund ----
Property of deceased persons
fund
County school fund --- -
Speial school fund "C" state
aidTot
Total


7,528.94
6,877.68
14,406.1


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ToIight the comedy drama entitled
m Bom Fand f Bowser, one of the
bu h tIn company's repertoire,
will be ive, and the play for to-
uaorow might will then be announc-
ed. he company will also give a
matiee tomorrow afternoon.
Admulr ann for children w adver-
S thed lMt week at 25 cents by mis-
tak~ -the prie is 5 ments for child-
Sbp Ita tosay ths company will
mhe dhora each night of their
m aC stahndens the several
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- at t h Ae-uayr of Mude voted
the pae Minaea a rattling fin one,
a pestbig mr88 .
SrahMemble w eatraordhamily
"a r @..... a s..... .. ,thedeke-
, the first part of the setting be-
aIs W m and bMatiful, the elec-
die ebe aique and attractive.
TlllrM d w all to tha ood, the
d thl kind that make a o beat
aMi tle okb of the lively amd and
tl mue of the right ort.
It wnare lml inatrelow infirt
wt amd in theolioin which many
attraedve vaudeville featureswere
eaed. The audience wm enthui-
e ver the perormmaaM,whlch is
Saaf hik dI ia ltrela. The
aO B ais good one all through
uld t derve big hoaes wherever
it mW qPr. It was a big ueem
h ualsgh.'
O ldre Mm 0 mt, general admis
dr 75 cets, reserved eats $1.00.
MIebeta ale at Brannins
WVatehd ft M Tears
"Fer Ati yms I have wrMed the work.
tc W mOlk'e Al mklv, sad It hne mev
Mto *an y orn, boilU. elr or brn to
wkdt ltu an ped. It hmmved smua
a deM r I M1" u A. F. Hardy. of Wil-
tor. MalisM &s. at Br Drng Store.
Draying
Dnjgoerhaulingof allkinds prompt.
ly t to. Met all traiw
H. HOLON,
Tituaville, Fa.
Wood For Sale
Ple or oak, any legth. Also plow-
Vr and harrowing. See or address J.
.amas., nttitville, FIa.
Tso *..:uc For Him.
"'oor fellow"v said the lady whi"
was being personally conducted
through the asylum. "Poor fellow'
He is so handsome! He has such
noble features, such a splendid
brow, such an aristocratic bearing!
What a pity that his mind has been
wrecked! Was he crossed in love ?"
"No," replied the attendant.
"He's a poet. It's a very sad case.
His friends thought he was going
to be the American Byron or Mil-
ton or something like that. But
one day he wrote a poem which he
called 'Lines to a Water Fowl' and
sent it to a newspaper or a maga-
zine or something, and when it
came out it was headed, 'Lines to a
Water Bowl.' The shock upset him,
and he hasn't been right since."--
Chicago Record-Herald.
rATr Or Ouzo. CITYuov TOLEDO. 9
LcAS Coobiry. I
F7AK J. xrrr makes oath that he ib
Ate Mair Oprtm of the Sm of F. J. CHANKY
& (X, doitg Mlms Is the city of Toledo,
MaMty and fSrafo abr ad that mid irm
wll ~ et s of 0.o Hundred Dollar for
aMb ad eter- ofcatrrhatm aot be
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It's caused by sick kidneys.
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Titusville people endorse this. Read a se
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Mrs. C. Griggs, liviLg in Titusville. Fla..
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kidney secretions. A dull, grinding paiu
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husband also used this remedy when suffering
from a lame back and a soreness acrum the
loins, and it soon eradicated the trouble.
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k o the Jesow MM with whitU
and t iadi that aM uAujUy eat-
and thu the ehildm show that
th tante of the yongusthe healthy
tte, for in banana land, ay the
ftrlitna wherever the baunaa
powm theer it ia ely eatn i a
date that would h called ep ui d
hera. Ia the troiswhat we hat


fls.a.h.mt grow soft and brownish,
before tha tropc people or the tr
i bird will touch .it-New Ora
Times-Democrat.

Boswell in hiLif of Dr. Joh-
oa" rtat that in his day then
wre e =tain meetmpia hed by ladies
to afford them obe porllty of hold-
in conve wist eminent l iterary
men. The most distinguished talk-
8tiTgIeet, who always wore bue
stoekiMs. When away his absence
wabirdso that the remark became
common, "We can do othig with-
out the ble stocking i hiene the
meeting at which he fi d by ie
to be called "bluestocking eh
a the who ortd t of hold-
lng toeding.-New York mr

Seoks So Reed.
The remark to Macaulay being
a very c-,on sort of book buyer,
who alwys bought books to read,"
which, Sir George Treveryan t ls
s, mandated from the late Bernard
Qarith, really an anecdote relat-
ed by Loaker-Lampson in "My Con-
fidence." "Bedford, emperor of
morocco, once ent me home a little
binding which I considered unsatis-
factory-the volume did not shut
I properly; it gaped. When I pointed
out thia grievous defect, his only re-
mark was, "Why, bless me, sir,
you've been reading it!"-London
SChronicle.
hiAn iEditerial mndvelyan tl
From a serious minded jester the
editor received this note, together
with a consignment of humor that
was heavy enough to go by freight:
biar Str-hI read all thee ok to my
wisfe and te l&uhed hmerUiy. Now t
have it on good authority that when a
man' wife will laugh at his jokes they
are bound to be very good-or she Is.
Tours, etc.
The editor slipped them into the
return envelope with the letter
after writing on the margin, "She
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The sensational comedy drama, "In Pris-
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The life of "Lena Rivers." You have all
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The prettiest military drama written,
"The Belle of Virginia."
"Prince of Liars," a roaring farce comedy,
a continuous round of laughter.
"The Gypsy Queen," a stirring, pictur-
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th Hun-dred ears' war aiernd the
n 18ue Yet during all this period
was ao rational practice of
medicine Until quite recently moet
of the villages of continental Eu-
rop wee without a resident physi-
cian. Bach is still the case in many
parts of the world that are reckon-
ed mitlged.
While nobody doubts that med-
ial poetice flls an important want
i modern civilization, there is no
yntu that it is largely due to
cvilisation that the want exists.
Wart ladia Company.
Although the East India com-
pEay nominally ceased to exist in
18M it had virtually ended its long
arer twenty -fe years earlier, for
in I83 parhamet robbed it of its


trading powers ad interfered with
its gver g privileges. From that
yar it pai t roprietors out of
tas ved on the people of India
ad had its battles fought by the
impus foces.M Sic a condition
Of thi could hardly be expected
to ead ad after the mutiny the
rin anite of a dau*arae*


Di=g the wteks nemeOUa
n thelmst decade of the eighteet
Nury, whea seven conties of
B aylvana ad Virginia arrayed
thfelves in dIaCw of the gov-
r t lihbety poles shot up dur-
lig the night a the rebellious
towns and v ge painted a bright
red, s signals of war.
erty poles were erected during
pmi~ antal er aign in the first
aof the last century by both
S mand Democrats.
S were sally made of white
s, lashed together until they
remhed a great height The more
fervid the seal of the party the
higher r the pol. Sailors were
aten brought out from the sea-
boad to inland towns to assist in
the eetim ad to rig ags, to the
aas---aa t and delight of the-boys
who knew nothing of shipp or sea-

Mas meetings were held under
those poles, which were often re-
garded with superstitious affection.
The lowing down of a pole by a
high wind during a campaign chill-
ed the hopes of one party and
cheered the others.
SThse singular emblems of pro-
test against oppression have wholly
disappeared of late years through-
aot the country, except in some re-
mete districts, where old customs
are still cherished by rural comr
munities.-Chicago Record-Herald.
A Clevr Do.
"Yes, dop are undoubtedly saga-
eiou animals," Jones said to his
friends, "but none of your dog sto-
ries will beat this. My friend John-
son had a most intelligent retriever.
One night Johnson's house caught
firA All was instant confusion.
Old Johnson sad his wife flew for
the children and bundled out with
them pretty sharp. Alas! One of
the children had been left behind,
but up jumped the dog, rushed into
the house and soon reappeared with
the missing child, which he deposit-
ed on the lawn. Every one was
saved, but Rover dashed through
the flames again. What did the
dog want ? No one knew. Present
ly the noble animal reappeared,
scorched and burnt, with-what do
you think?"
"Give it up," chorused the eager
listeners.
"With the fire policy, wrapped in
a damp towel, gentleman!"-Lon-
don Scraps.
Conlid-ate.
The young Baltimore couple, re-
cently united in matrimony, were
going over their wedding presents
just after their return from their
honeymoon.
"How about that check for $300
we were told your Uncle Tom had
promised asked the husband. "I
haven't seen anything of it, Marie ?"
"Well," ventured the young wife,
"perhaps Uncle Tom learned that
your father had already given us a
check for that amount and didn't
wish us to have duplicate presents."
-Harper's Weekly.
Worse Than Laparotomy.
Ellison--Iello, dear boy! You
look very sad this morning. What's
the trouble?
Green I've just undergone a
most annoying operation.
Ellison-What was it ?


Green-I had my allowance cut
of.-London Tit-Bits.
]oTWr bore
Fever oe anId old chronic sore should not
be beled tirely, bat should be kept in heal-
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the nondescript canine. ply him and his kind with a domi- w omr ow ssl
"'Deed he am, "bos." replied cile. Like any other crab, he grows, L .11. S
Ra;tus. and front time to time he finds him- ^
"But if he was as good a watch- self obliged to move into a larger
dog as you make out how is it you tenement. Ile may not always find -
want to sell him at all?" one that suits him perfectly when JOHNWIE & U.
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for the faut that you often see a r-.FURS
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d,.r tro"ule, mainly dLue t, neglect of the oc- ing entirely too big for him. W
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hIsart OMae a the sU m ofl the Al oples n t the world have
adesst eswlowed the stil more ben gien to marking the coing
amet cities of the interior. -
A huddled little gp of white O age of their youag folk with
buildings, inted by te inevita- some kind of ceremonial. In cm-
h.o ftrets, stands quivering and tal Africa this i quite a series
winking i the everlasting heat beinsa. A few of the eustom s i
ha. just on the line where the ue among certain tribes are honri- *b so- nd
deep bl sea meets the brown mo- be. But in the main they show a s!Mic i=
notoy of the desert. It might be kind of good sense.
an rchitectural group in sugar tak- Among the Ya people the prio- it l
ea from sem titanic wedding cake ipal figure in all the initiation or
ad planted there holus bolus. Take coming of age mysteries is a man
a wak through its narrow, tortuous called the rattler of the tails. He j e Il 6We boem e4 |
teets, and you will find them busy makes lay with a bunch of wildcat la M
eanogh in their dreamy eastern tails, wildcat being creatures which
fashio. Arabs, turbaned and spot- play leading part in the witch _
lesly attired, are paing to and doctor's medicines. This official
fro or bargainmg at oths with the communicate all kind of knowl-
half naked rusti who have come edge to the young ideas of his tribe oIn
in from the desert. Long strings of during the couple of menthe do- Mm m II
eamels laden with the produce of voted to their initiation esmaonie.
the fat interior are halted at the He lectures on the customs of the
merchants doors. tribe and on morals. He teaches
Pilgrims for Mecca arrive and unselfshnes, for instance, and
embark on the dhowa that ride at among these tribes the man who re
anchor in the roadstead. Many of fuses to share his food with anoth- I
these poor faithful have come from er is jeered at as "nninitiated "
the uttermost confines of the Mo- During these ceremonies the
hammdan world, from the western boys receive new names, and if you
Sahara, from Kano, from Timbuk- want to insult them pst all for-
tu. They will have been away three, giveness you have merely to address
four and even five years from their them by their chilApod's names
countries by the time they get back, after they have passed through the I
if they ever do get back. Now they initiation ceremonies.
are poor in the world's goods, most The unyago, or period of initia-
of their little hoards have been tion with irls, lasts only one month tM wM a ,s* *, *
spent on the road, but faith and and includes all kinds of practical tll'
hope are to them an endless store, teaching as to agriculture and
Mecca is near, and, having reached household work, the grinding of
it, what matters afterward? corn and the like. Many of the
Formerly the traffic in slaves ceremonies in use are purely sym-
played a considerable part in the bolical, as when the girls are made
affairs of these towns. Now, though to support a house roof to inadite
the trade may and does go on sur- that they are to be the pillars of
reptitiously, the vigilance of those their future homes. But there is
masterful, interfering English also much practical teaching, in-
makes it but a poor speculation for eluding a full and blood curdling
the "city man" of the Red sea.- recital of the penalties which attach
Chambers' Journal. to wifely infidelity and particular
instructions as to how best they
Saw Him First. may "feed the brute" and make
About the year 1707 William pots and pans.-London Standard.
Penn became heavily involved in a
lawsuit, and the author of a biogra- The Pure wood Law
phy, entitled "Quaker and Court- secretary Wilsonys "*One of theobject
ier," says that he was greatly in of the lawisto inform the conaumer of the
presence of certain hwmful drop in medi.I
fear-under the laws of the day- ce" The law require ta tbe ao t of
of being arrested. Many noble per- chlooforn, opium, morphine, and other habit
sonages were in the same plight, bormin~l T Theo ct of Chiabehai.' of W
but no other, it'is believed, resorted Cough Bemedy havealways claimed that their
to Penn's expedient in meeting the rd did comtSin ay of theu dmrup
ard the truth of th;- caim tt now mfuly proven
situation. a no mention, of them is made on the label.
In the door of his London house This remedy is not only one of the rsfest, but
one of the bet in uas for coughs and eold-
he had a peeping hole made, It value ha been proen beyond question 16bfMntm cSlpb9S k dMS*uSB
through which he could see any per- during the many years it hasbee in in general siA to t. h Milm s B w
son who came to him. A creditor use. Forale by Tituville Pharmacy. sa ts
one day sent in his name and, hav- Any skin itching is a temper tester. The __i~La e a
ing been made to wait more than a more yos scratch the worse it itches: Doan's s hfSS lb c.
reasonable time, knocked for the ins. At alldrug stores. sk- itch-
servant and asked him: -
"Will not your master see me?" The Hermit Crab.
"Friend, hle has seen thee," re- The hermit crab is one of nat sure's
plied the servant calmly, "and does freaks. Having no proper shell of
not like the looks of thee." his own, he takes poession of the
empty house of a sea snail, winkle
Why It Was. or other mollusc. It is not true, na ss'.
"So you say this is a good watch- however, that he first kills and de- f j^SaStX Yin wes.i
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It was wash morning, and the
b e had boiled over, the baby had
la whole paper of blue into
ae riae wate, the wrier would
"t work, and her feet told the
sat br, cooked naed, rawboaed wo-
P a- a of the hoph e that a storm was
I tad the bose as well
Sa ia. H eame Up the step brisk-
i ae d walked into the kitchen
Mi tI r the open door without as
aTam as in aig, "By your leave."



Tha pidder put his hat on the
me- Saw and bega to ope his pack,
S but was bh tU ap UParpy by the
tet IR ta A' a ^
S *'.e, I det N I dant want
ay dime revel, nor chalk eggs, nor
bt eat ale, nor face powder,
w ba d papwle, nor lamp
Bieks, aor ey salve, nor coran plas-
eat. (AIe, nor ir taties beeswa, nor
' sperm candles, nor needle papers,
S a m elllid bttos."
Sat so. And I don't suppose
s aw 7m m to ask yo whether
W e P od bke to look at a bottle of
S rte fin' for shop worn corn-
"t |diBm he asked, bckling tPe

Sheet say books on good manners
Seyou'd read'em yourself occasion-
SW of the people I call on
e ra wald appreciate 'em, madam. And
-' aeow, if yon think you'd have no use
m- a for the new patent megaphonic, tel-
q qhbonie, invisible ear trumpet that
sS yf easn fasten to your kitchen win-
.I 4e~ and hear and distinguis, lear-
Severything your neighbors or
r ie famous and celebrated long
range telecopic binoculars, with
W* 'a which you can positively see
p* through four ply window glass and
a leek directly into the kitchens of
maw houses forty rods away, why, Il be
Snmy way again." And he picked
up his pack cheerfully.
t re u "Hold on!" exclaimed the lady,
i em following him to the door. "I
a5e- don't know but I'd look at them
Sakm things-if they don't cost too
s; tet much."
t e "All right, madam," rejoined the
rt s- peddler, putting his hat on one side
4i4w and hiking it down the garden
aIoo path, "if I see any feller that's got
as et 'em to sell I'll send him around."-
tr e- New York Times.

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Six-year-old Marjorie and four-
year-old Josephine were making
their first transcontinental trip-
from New York to San Francisco-
and, of course, encountered new
marvels at almost every mile of the
trip. But the crescendo of their
ecstatic outpourings was reached
when they saw their first Indian
families-braves, squaws and pa-
pooses
"Oh-h-h!" sighed Josephine, gaz-
ing wide eyed at the moccasined,
gaudily blanketed squaws. "Ain't
those squashes just splendid,
though!"
Marjorie's equally deep admira-
tion was momentarily quenched in
her feeling of responsibility as elder
sister monitor, and she eyes Joseph-
ine amMuWW" MM aII a mAnninA.~l.


ta w do* jb va chli tfNo& 4
di do imb wit the wiht of
AS- y bek
wkmM the b
SriBuB *eas U, ar e
in etoor to a tM r bo am o ty
mqy b kp moh to eateh the
eye.In tha iwer *Ed= of the
-eess the mom as ey. s more
atitie ia e ad orgeoou in
a~leri tkea itms ake fe-
miliar m the dooryard. Thisliving
fowe of the a has beew found in
more of shapes. At tim it is a
pedestal of pare whit or of a Pay-
ish tint, bearing a weMderful m
mbinm to a m*ibo eonmn. It
iha itself into th es, reedy to
hold the plant or blossom. IUke a
bell, it hep sspeaded in the wa-
tes aor a takes a fancy to be-
come the modest bat uealent to-
mate, not only in form, bat in col-
or, while the anemone as a salad
has indeed an appetizing appear-
ance.
Tioolig at the various models of
this mysterioa creation of nature,
only the man of sciece would be-
lieve it to be a thiag of life. Itis
varaciouu animal, too, for those
bautiful fringes and edging with
which it is adorned are tentacles
and strigers, with which it cap.
twre the lucky prey that comes
within reh. Its ornate coloring,
yellow, purple, pink, green some-
times a harmonious blend of sev-
oral tints, is merely a advice to lure
its victims to destrtio. It i a
very cruel specimen of sea Sower.
There are giants in the family also,
ome of which are as wide as a
m hand. These dveaor shriap
and small h.--Day Allen Wlley
ia Van Nodesn'

NoMk and PeMet&
He was an English tourist, and
when the train stopped at a high-
land station he regarded the loung-
ing natives with a curiou interest.
Beckoning one of them to him, he
maid:
"Good gracious, Donald-I sup-
pose your name is Donald or Mac-
donald-you don't tell me that the
misfortune of unemployment has
reached so far north?"
"Och, no," mid Donald. "It's no'
so bad as that whatever."
"Well, but," aid the investigator,
"why is it I ee a number of stal-
wart young men like you standing
about with their hands in their
pockets ?"
"Oh," replied Donald, "it's per-
hape because we have na been far
enough south to learn to put them
in other people's pockets."-Dun-
dee Advertiser.
Always have Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup handy, especially for the children. It
cures the cold by gently moving the bowels
through ito laxative principle and at the name
time it is soothing for throat irritation, there-
by stopping the cough. There is nothing as
good Sold by Banner Drug Store.
Plenty of Ribs.
Ostend had often said he wanted
to be a surgeon when he grew up,
and his mother was boasting about
his knowledge of anatomy. "My
son," she exclaimed before a party
of visitors, "'a man has how many
ribs ?"
Ostend looked solemn.
"Well, ma," he replied after a


pause, "it just depends on the man.
Now, a man called here today who
had 129 ribs."
"Ostend," said the mother stern-
ly, "don't fib."
"I'm not fibbing, ma."
"And you mean to say the man
had 129 ribs?"
"Yessum. He was an umbrella
mender." Kansas City Independ-
ent.
Scientii c Spanking
consists in punishment only when a child is
actually bad. Some mothers think that all
crying is badnei, it's not. When your baby
cner look for pis or some external cane, if
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alar 4 bad two with her brother, A. L
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as Taylor has been having
<,; ay W foot, the resultof as.
.,'W. ... bmimo jt at the ankle. It is
."a & iw about healing.
S. dehrehW bell rang the old year
St id to new year in, but its tone
t vWy oft and subdued. Some of
SBeth ft loving boys had mufaled the

Se gd rains the past week have
d al aI. p groves, gardens and
Slower ed and the new year bids
fair to ta a prosperous one in our

M. Joe Bruner and daughter
SBeth sptgtrdy and Sunday with
.. ,, riedss and relatives in Georgiana.
S-' '.It wa good to have them with us in
e Sunday school again.
I Mr. Veeey Hall went to Eau Gallie
St Saturday to work on the Lena.
r. Theys brought the launch Lena up
to Coquinaon Tuesday and she will
soon be ready for service.
In stepping from the launch Com-
fort in the Clement boat house just
at dusk last Thursday Guy Munson
fractured the bone of his right leg
Just above the ankle. He is staying
in Cocoa and going to school on
crutches this week.


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weeks pa fiy orange for Mr. te
nar.
Mr. -d Mn. L.E Wlsos, who
iaent Chraistma in Middebarg with
Mt. Wisn's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Moore hbas returned. Mrs. Wilson's
ter, Mrs. LeThom, am-panied
her home to stay a few days.
Park Dramatic Co. Coma i
Or next Monday the Park Dramatic
company will appear n this place for
a week's eng mnt. Among the
many favorable comments on the
company the following extract from
the Miami New-Record expremes
th opinion of all who attend it per-
formanses.
"Again last night the Park Dra-
madet company scored a triumph in
their prntation of the play TIhel-
ma," and of all in attendance none
will Ay that the show was iot the
bet ever seen in Miami.
No book of modern times has been
more widely read and those who were
in the audience were, asa rule, ready
to a ebaetsd the pretty and dra-
matic parts of the plot. Their ex-
pactationa were more than gratified
by the admirable interpretation of
the events around which the story
was built.
That the members of the company
were also in love with this play, was
evident by the excellent manner in
which they worked and pot once was
there the least hesitation or uncer-
tainty In their movemU= ts In fact,
this company is one which when it is
seen once, calls upon the spectators
to attend again, although the call is
felt more than heard, and night after
night the same faes can be seen in
the tent, which goes toshow that the
people of the city appreciate a good
dramatic company."
vwyamoth"
k or shbold be worried when the little onm
hbve a ceegh or cold. It may lead to eanp or
pleUriy or poeamoni---the to something
more mrioo. Balard's Horehound Syrup
will car the trouble at onee and prevent any
comeation. Sold hyTitsville Pharmacy
Ad ner Drug Stoe.
Applying the Rule.
After Sunday school little Ned
and his younger cousin, Horton,
were permitted to play in the yard
on condition that they would be
very good and quiet They had not
been out long when Ned's mother
heard loud screams. Upon investi-
gating the cause she found her
small son sitting on his cousin,
pounding him vigorously in spite of
Horton's pitiful wails.
"Well, mamma," Ned exclaimed,
"I wanted to teach him the Golden
Rule, and he said he wouldn't learn
it."-Detroit Free Press.


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Many a boy is c:i!l.'-2 ..
when the who'e -o.:.. .
liver. 'e fir:mly :i'-.r
eor will tel you trh: a O.-
of Aver's Pills wvil do s:. .
del c f food. They keep., ,
--Uslto kUto.. o0. awo.. LoX..-

id Orange Crop ,
It is hard toestimate what per-
centage of the orange crop remains
on the trees, but from advises re-
ceived from the transportation com-
panie it appears that 40 per cent still
remains to be sent out of the state.
The entire crop amounts to about
4,500,000 boxes.
SIf the market is not again glutted
by injudicious shipping by all the
growers trying to get their crop into
the market at the same time there
will be better prices and there is no
reason why good prices should not be
maintained during the next two or
three months.
One of the greatest troubles dur-
ing the past season has been that
whenever any market has quoted a
a good price, fruit has been rushed
to that point, and by so doing the
markets were overloaded, causing a
big slump in the price. This does
not mean that Florida is raising more
oranges than theconsumer can eat,
or overproduction. It means there
is no system or organized movement
on the part of the grower in Florida.
Making Roads in Hamilton
The contract for constructing hard
roads in Hamilton county has been
signed and work begun. B. E. Pool
& Co., of Atlanta, are to build one
hundred and ten miles for $45,000,
the county commissioners to furnish
machinery and material. The road
bed is to be graded 30 feet wide and
15 feet of the center of the road is to
be clayed to the depth of 8 inches.
Pool & Co. guarantee this road for a
term of five years to be free from
bogs or ruts, and-for the purpose of
making their guarantee good have
made bond in the sum of $100,000 in
favor of Hamilton county for the
faithful performance of their part of
the contract.
Disadvantages of a Clook.
"There used to be a big clock
above that door," said the woman
shopper. "What has become of it ?"
"We took it down," the clerk re-
plied, "because it scared away cus-
tomers too long before closing time.
When that clock was in plain view
women who maybe had an appoint-
ment or wished to catch a train
kept an eye on it, and when they
found it was getting late they left
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Scene--A Sunday school. Discov- half done. With the clock out of
ered-A class of damsels, biting at the way, they are not reminded so,
their pencti, and a teacher at her constantly of the passing time, and
wits' end to fill in the hour pre- so they stay till they have bought
scribed for her lesson. what the want no matter how long
An idea! it takes."-New York Press.
"Now, girls, I want you all to
take pencil and paper and to write Mind Your Buaines.
down the names of your favorite Iftyu don't nobody will. It i your busi-
hymnns" net to keep ouof all thetouble you anaue!
you can and will keep out of liver and bowel
A pause, interrupted by a piping trouble if you take Dr. King's New LifePills.
voice: They keep biliousness. malaria and jaundice
out of your system. 35c. at Banner Drug
"Please, teacher, are we to write store. te
the Christian or the surnames?- -
London Scraps.
Demestle Roonmy.
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Exchange bought and sold on all foreign couAtri-. Patnroe
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Soda Water and Ice Cream
Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals
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