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 22, 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: VID00685
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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AutomobleI for Sale 1. M. ODSON S.I I ,U j
Automobile for Sale Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't church, Cocoa, on Sunday at 7:30
Fadilse model M 1907. Firstclam For Sale p.m. Service every Thursday eve-
codito, $500 cash. Box F, Cooa, We will put on sale about 500 pairs ning at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday school
of men's trousers, new and up-to-date Building lots and the best of pine- nat 0 a
Daying designs, prices ranging from $1.5 to apple land, at Horti, Banana river.at 0 a. m.
HtO eeta is Address J. B. JONES, Special prices to Florida planters.
Iy at to. Mti all t i Men's hole-proof half hose, guar- Georgiana. Bear's Pecan Nurseries, Palatka.
Si lve, antee goes with every pair for six
tvie, r. months, colors brown and black, Country Produce Wanted Fine box stationary, pads, pencils,
Wanted $1J per box (6 pair). Fresh vegetables of all kinds and eggs ns and ink
SSpecial prices in Men's Stetson wanted at Hotel Dixie. pes ad i.
purebasksforArmour'sfertillaer, h GREEN & GALE, Proprietors. BANNER DRUG STORE.
tin best on the ma et as Juuus KLINE ,
makr. Try itdbe Titusville, Floria. For Rent DENTOS DENTOS
S B AT T F A two story house fronting on the Located at Titusville one week longer
._ _- -._ For Sale Chem RaBnana river central hbtween Ca- U-...... u... w. A, ....... a .sfi ....e


J i m t'. t or -- -t,, nnD INCIDUTS iMONDAY, JAHn.i25l,
fa f ft" f ar tbO I J"W. 56, IM.
IW e is heatherbloom underkirts,
aem lMea to thiwry lt W stiteh the name of hetherooman is a guar
y w w"imama pection Lhg N IN I n y autth tee t in itself, worth $2.00, special |
1%0S Cross e Ie-F- ABt.t
SAs ear t o e t i quality T I hN M Tn Also another with embroidered
L i t The Abbot will sit Dr. M ie, Dtist, Ttave. floun, worth 5, ci al $ .
nta iBIi fm b occasdon ad Unbleahed ea ilad domestic,
foorevery occi andMr. R. L. HemiVnwham and wif Of yard wide Monday's special, 14 yards
"mast for many ocin Very New Yorkeare recent arrivals in TI- for si
i taville. Amoaker apron cheeks, an endless
Swo ful value f"or"h a r Mrs. Harry Wilson left Monday for assortment, onday's special, 12
n e.ful value for such a re Fort Pierce, where she will yard for $1iM o
sLrble pri.Sa '11 several weeks with her sister, rs. ready made sheets, linen finish,
d A A. lk a er w ith t g A. K. Wilon 72x9 special Monday, M cents each. f
.I nd A. A. oak se, Mstylsh and comfortable. Indian Head linen, 6 inches wide,
Ifte M r Perfect Model-$U Mr. id M rs. J. w. Pritchett, o guaranteed shrank, special 15 cents h
>_, .~ll L q Mas tiM Mr"rur tf r Madiaonville, Ky., uncle and aunt of peyar. d
WINISTON S. BRANNING M irs. C. B. Kina arrived yeste.-'.
M"r" C. B. Kiflao,'lrvh Tr Valenciennes lace with insertion to
MrL P. kHeadquaters for Style and Value day for a visit for about two months. math, ual d for 10 cents per
Fitu .ev__l_, Florida. rincens pe
oa MMhlmboi ,mexzpeting _,t_ Mvwm a idn Comr. J. H. Allen has receivedhis yard, special 9 cents per bolt (12
top a hisQ old hoe appointment as master 'for the yards). ,
kl r IIe route. A MURDER AT COCOA newly created postoffie at Allen- Ladies' belts, new and upto-date
iM. N.E Graime fm r a red-. hurst, and has qualified for the po- styles, worth $1.00 and $1.25, Mon-
da e t l nfe.at West Ed Kintgton Shot to Deth by J. rition. da oly, 69 ents each.
Sd t nm w edne5 IReddick Tueday Night Mr. Wm. Finley of Brooklyn, le ngtwohrth S1.l, sp cial
T0waydtJoU.YIIs5intimate friend of Mine Host G& len gh, worte5,spel
Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock a of Hotel Dixie is a recent arrival in Special prices in dress goods of all
"w, of Hotel Dixie.is a recentarrnval invdeciptions.
dIw jSSIm murder wm committed in the town town and will remain for several es' a barrettes in new and
t la~s im y aModay morn- ot Cocoa, when Ed. Kingston was months. up-to-date styles, worth 50 and 75
ig. SLeavesam.artwodaugh- abot five times by a revolver in the TE SAR surrenders its editorial cents, your choice Monday for 29
tui hands of J. H. Reddick. Ether of columns this week to make room for cents. 0
Mr. Dar e .bwd r a prominet the first two shots would hveproved the publication of the auditor's an- Juuus KLmNE,
ul-ms ff alSt r astIshed ho rfhe irs p ng rug. nual statement of thefinances ofBre- Titusville, Florida.
IR0-,,a t' -a~ yard county.
min eVd 6 i s aa t thebowels, the second ner5~thehbeart Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wheeler, of BROWN'S TRIAL IS ON
Snd three in the left side. Plainfield, N. J., Mr. Wheeler's
Mr P iblkwi e amd wife, of IRddik first ran away from the mother, Mrs. Theodore Wheeler, of The Case is Being Expedited with
hiasm aor-e'.I t a bsese, but, o the arrival of Sheriff New York, constitute a pleasant par-
oitWs D1 a spet to est Brown about 8:30 that evening, gave ty at the Hotel Dixie. Chance of Finish Tomorrow
metle lee. 'Mr. amd Mrs. Bal himself up and was locked up in the Southbound freight No. 205 had a The trial of W. M. Brown, at Mi-
Wl eHt II Oamon bhere* town calaboose till taken before the wreck near East Palatka Wedneqday ami, was commenced Monday before
l order's jry next v, in which five freight cars were Judge Shepperd and the case bids
Ai eval ronera w ll b Jonex, S.F. Tm d JCohn A.o thrown from the track, but notde- fair to be completed by tomorrow
~l~Awill be de- fair onregulareb to be completed by tomorrow
2 S ~?d a M Xt ( .. a Andrew L. T. Daniel nle. night although the latter part of the
--itquI Inm dy FI*e,L. S. Andrews, L.T. Daniel snedule.t
me1 E an-~~and E. C. Joheson. Capt. E. F. Cooley anda friend testimony may take up moretime
80ome twenty witDnes were ex- from Lansing, Mich., arrived last than expected.
S~hd as, anP ad the juTymade Uexhaus- week and at once placed Capt. Cool- During the Wednesday morning
i tv et in ition. Reddick was re- ey's cruiser, the East Wind. in com- session Mr. Gomph, who was cashier
b e _r.dc the lu otu, under $1,000 bond for eppeu mission. They started down the riv- at the time the Fort Dallas bank was
SJ beforetie J. M. Sanders, ex-oxt o cory by er T closed, testified to the effect that he
Pan ~l Jone Mrs. W. R. Nisbet and young son, had talked with Mr. Brown about
mB1[*1 Insellr (.* bere was an old feud between the of Earlington, Ky., arrived last Fri- making these false entries in the
wr w rT a. ut two nmn ad threats hawd been ased ay afternoon for a month or six f
dpole, widh illrn edas after alteration between them weeks' visit with their sister-in-law books, and had warned him against
about fo~e o tm otoel i some months ago. and aunt, Mrs. C. B. Kingman. Mrs. such procedure.
-The beftiag sb atitheuaal Kingston's parents live in Louisi- Nisbet, we learn, is an accomplished Mr. Brown asked the witness to
at Allht st wan s U dyn ana and the body was shipped there musician, move his chair out further from the
uaed the firt part of last by by Undertaker Hindle for interment. The Pueblo and the Gray Duck, table so that he could look him in the
Mrms Bert nd Fbank atton, both handsome little cruisers from e, and then proceeded to ask Mr
Jav sa ; a-treOutb daannel for Bread's Exhibit at the Fair Boston, stopped here the first of the eyeph a series f questions regar d-
t now o te O re Mr. P. A. McMillan of Eau Gallie, week on their way to Key West, then ing this conversation, or conversa-
now MthI O to has been selected to look after the on to Cuba and up the west coast to tions and of subsequent acts and con-
th ia Wt.rd exhibit at the Florida Ex- Fort Myers, where the winter will be versations of the witness. This inci-
Dr. ML aroe Iane and wi, who position-Fair in Jacksonville, which spent, returning north for thesum- dent was the only real live one during
s Mt several weeks y peasatl opMned Wednerisy of this week. A mer. Mr. Baldwin and wife are the day'ssession.
atot Dixi left last Fridy fo car to convey our county exhibit will cuniing on the Pueblo, and the Stur- Before the case was brought to
thuirbore inP wtclt They arrive in Jaeksonville the first of next deviant Brothers are on the Gray trial, the government figured that
ade a number of friends in Titu- week. A fine citrus display will be Dck. The Pueblo is 46x.63 and from six to seven weeks would be
ille during l mr stay here. The made among other collections from the Gy Duck 50x14x3. consumed in trying the case, but
dootr promises to come again an- every part of this county. Brevard since the defendant is not represented
other season to stay loner, having has 900 feet of space in a choice po- isit of Grand Worthy Matron by an attorney, many details that
thoroughly enjoyed the fine hunting sition. Fruit sent there for exhibi- Mrs. Jeannette E. Grether, of would bring up argument, are being
at this point. tion purposes will be sold by Mr. Mc- Jacksonville, grand matron of the dispensed with, and the trial is pro-
Tbae t Belmar, from, New Jer- Millan to the best advantage while in Grand Lodge, Order of the Eastern grossing very rapidly.
which hbas een rto at Al- the exhibit if so desired. Star, of Florida, who is making a tour
aurst for about a m rt, arrived of the state visiting the different Church Notes
heretherfiattofeweek. Onboard Remember The Alpine for lodging lodges, arrived yesterday afternoon Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hopkins and and quick lunch when in Titusville. and a special meeting of the Titus- Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m.
syardHopkild of New York, prom- For Sale villechapter was called by the worthy and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m.
i t dealers in motor boat and yacht r r e matron, Mrs. G. M. Robbins, last
molies The yacht is hiavi some Thirty full-blood Berkshire pigs, night and a thoroughly enjoyable re- Rev. J. W. McNary, of Milwaukee,
donethis aN and 20 half Jersey and Berkshire ception given in Mrs. Grether's hon- Wis., a former pastor, will occupy
bfore proceeding dewn the rivr. pigs at from $5.00 to $10.00 per pair. or, the chapter also presenting her the Presbyterian pulpit at Rockledge
before e ing wn e ver. corn-fed pork dressed, f. o. b. with a most exquisite cut glass corn- next Sunday morning at 11 o clock.
Iocal Agent Wanted Malabar, at 10 cents per pound, porte. The grand matron left on Rev. Dr. Badger will preach in the
A northern commission house weight from 75 to 150 pounds each. this morning's train for Daytona. Presbyterian church in Titusville
w ts a elablbe and hustling agent E. B. ARNOLD, next Sunday at 7 p. m. Subject:
ml this tbiritory to soleit conmgn- Malabar, Fla. The Novelty Store Epictetus.
Bmats of fruits and vegetables. For Wagons, buggies, American fenc- Stationery Books Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
rticulars address E. Germain, Or- in, farm machinery atcarload prices Pictures Candy Gabriels church, Titusville on Sunday
a o, FI. Florida Purchasing Agency, Palatka Post Cards Toys morning at 11 o'clock; Grace church,
S .... Merritt at qn'clock anr in St Mharks


the dredge "Tomoka," now working
in the canal between St. Augustine
and Ormond, during working hours,
without an order from the Canal Co.
The old bridge at Smith creek will
be removed at once in order to make
room for the new bridge with a draw
which will allow the passing of large
boats through the canal.


Citrus trees grown on high
land. Address Indian River
series, Toledo, Florida.
Rock Island Batteries


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write us for Rock Island bats, three
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LOCAL GOSSIP

AlD PIRSONAIU

othlMu AbIt th heopl of T
Otll0 u Th CmN ud go
Dr. J. E. Miller is down the river
For afew days and is stopping at
elbourne for a short while this
week.
Mr. H. P. Driver, the proprietor
f the Sanford House at Sanford,
was registered at the Hotel Dixie the
first of this week.
Mr. L. W. Haile sat home with
is family this week while Mr. Bailey
s looking after the fish business at
the St. Lucie for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall left a few
s ago for Sebastian where they
Swilspend about two months with
their son, Mr. Geo. B. Hall and family.
Mrs. P. E. Puckett and baby and
little Miss Willie Puckett, went to
Cocoa Wednesday for a visit with
Mrs. Puckett's sister, Mrs. Jas. F.
Mitchell, returning home yesterday.
Mrs. A. E. Marion, Miss Blanche
Marion and Miss Minnie M. Sartee,
of Atlantic, City, N.J., are recent
arrivals at Hotel Dixie. Mrs. Marion
is the proprietor of Hotel Bomobal, of
that city.
Mr. H. E. Armentrout and wife,
Mr. J. F. Hatch and Miss Abbie
Hatch, of. Griggsville, Ill., are here
for several days' stay at shooting and
fishing, making the Hotel Dixie their
headquarters.
The Titusville Lumber Co. was
well represented at the ocean beach
on Mosquito Lagoon Sunday by
Messrs. J. D. Frink, E. A. exder
C. C. Hamilton and E. L. Sweet
They all report sea bathing fine.
The new city dock has been carried
out beyond fish house No. 5, where
the work will stop for the present or
until more funds are available. At
the end of the new dock it paalls
with the standing portion of the old
dock, giving communication clear to
the yacht club house and Tituaville
Boat Co's. ways and store house.
Mr. E. J. A. Drennan, of Ohio, ar-
rived here the latter part of last week
to look after the shipment of the or-
ange crop on his grove, the cele-
brated Dummitt grove, at Allen-
hurst. He has contracted with Mr.
H. A. McMullen, of the firm of E. R.
Brackett Co., New York, for the
movement of the crop, which will be
commenced next week.
We learn that Professor S. J. Over-
street has purchased the place form-
erly known as the McCrory home and
grove about a mile northwest of
town, which was recently vacated by
Mrs. G. G. Howard, and he will im-
prove it at once. The transfer deed
was made the first of this week from
Mrs. P. C. Nelson to the new owner.
We congratulate the professor on his
purchase and are pleased to learn he
will cast his lot with us.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Art squares, tapestry and ingrain
Bleached sheets, full size, 665 cents
Sheeting for single beds
Talking machines, needles, records.
Leather belting, 5x16 for dynamo
Sectional book-cases and books
CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342

Notice to Boatmen
The following notice to boat men
has been issued by the Florida Coast
Line Canal Co:
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wh~oe he speim4s a whole of s as the
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~.ed, t M I te M he jo msy by day to
SItNpw Oesam be atteads the dis-
AIr i the Harvard Cob of lU ad ist
Se mthe 4tht f March, visits the State
lv M. ty at Bates Bouge on the 5th,
Sde mvers the foauders day addre atc
the" Tale Unlversity of TetonW T at
p. a. &o the 6th and attends the an-
aui Tula e diner on the ame even-
a'. The mt day he speeds n travel
r ta to Moataomery, where he remains
..r. th next twenty-our hours. The
Iwe t of the th to the 16th. both Ino
I.' u lve, he will pass at Birmingham,
2a N Osa (where the University of
SAlabama is sialtuated), Atlanta, Athens
Sat the UnHversity of GeorgLa) and on
.h road to Chareton. The 17th and
I ., -. *t he remains in Charleston and pro-
SB eeds on the ht to Colmbla (Unhler,
*~ lty of Booth Carolina) for the night
Leasing Columbia early on the morn-
t, atg of the 20th, he stop a few hours
a' t Bpartanburg (Wofford college) and
H lsily arrives at Aaheville, N. C., late
'. ~ that evening.
SDring the 21st and 22d he remains
at Asheville and leaves there early the
morning of the 2d to spend that night
at Greensboro. Early on the morning
of the 24th he makes a short trip to
SGuilford coege and then goes on to
Durham that afternoon. He stays at
Durham until the 27th, visiting Trinity
ollee at that place and the Unlver-
saty of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.



.. where he attends the dinner of the
.;" Harvard club of Washington on that
Severing. From Washington the next
Sday he goes to Baltimore, where he


5. speaks at the dinner of the Harvard
tClub of Maryland. On April 1 he pro-
ceeds to Morristown. N. J.. where he
visits the Morristown school and at-
-" tends the dinner of the Harvard Club
of New Jersey. On April 2 he ad-
dresses the Friday Evening club of
' Morristown. He reaches Cambridge
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at 't a irhe freely to with frIams li like so many
iiI buta isp. pIespines with el spia r
staoin poitsa On mEshe t w-a spemi-
kehmbe as had with them ed a lady e a ed. The
yu. traveling cholars, known Sew betwee the
S-a i mishers, o.1er to re ceive ~d the o he s


ructwoan Z in return for certain g Deck a -d forth as trey
service s. The skirmisher atd tomi n al a tamacin



ha to wait s pa d ht chat, her fAngers tra plucking the
beg and even stel for him, and for o s, half a dsose at a time, ad
ath mast t he was t re y theyrn p agthe cil in the box.


ally u But as he was a wtai Wortkig s ted at this rate she
without other protection he had to cold pack 'sa riepound bos min
aie the best of meltbr t e hourm I she kept up.her speed d,
After the reformation i many. ever toppg a single second, she


places these orphan boys, or waifs, erned 15 cents an har. If her
were banded into orglanied choirs, speed decreased she soon eased to
who rmteeied wpa from tchrches, n an thing be s she laot her
qbt also were Bassted by privotejo e
bswithou It her protection heir dty to ouifteen cnt n h-poundr woes
make the bOt of tthurhe, rbt man hour. in the ninth up. her alf
before the hreformatheir patrons hneer day Bt no girl in the fac-
places these orphan boys, or waifs, earned 15 cents an hour. If her


s we bd Thds tho oasnied to be tory earned that much, based to
who received pay from churehe,, .ean anything, because she lost her,
but also were assisted by private Job.
subscription. It was their duty to Fifteen cents an hour would
sing not only in the churches, but mean $1.42 in the nine and a half
before the houses of ,their patrons hour day. But no girl in the fac-
as well Thus they ceaeed to be tory earned that much, because
beggar. Martin Luther himself as time had to be sacrificed going after
a boy had been one of these singers, the cake laden trucks and hustling
and it wa largely due to his infu- the frames off and on the trucks.
ame that the old custom of being' Work of this kind was not paid for.
entirely ay. There isa The cracker packers were not
famous of Lather as sing- losing any time. The endless chain
il.boy MaL-na-h, where his ao of iat pas loaded with hot crack-
Mttaed 1the attention of the ers descending from above moved
Frau Cott, who adopted and edu- at a smart pace, and the line of
ated him. I girls standing on either side had to
Nowadays the old custom of the work at top speed to keep the trays
chair boys' inging from house to clear. They grabbed both hand
house is iang away. There are full of crackers and flashed them
only five other towns beside Jena in into the big wooden boxes beside
the whole German empire where them. They seldom broke a crack-
this music can be heard. Once each er or made a mistake in their me-
year the sUaging boys go to Eise- Ithodical progress. The packers
mach and sng before te emperor moved their arms, holders and
in the great hall of the historic cas- spines continually. It must be splen-
tie of the Wartburg, where the did exercise, I reflected, only they
minnesingers held their music bat- get a good deal of it between 7 in
tie. the morning and 5 at night.
There are just twenty of the Je- The cracker packing girl attains
n signing boys, five each of the a higher speed than the cake pack-
ages eleven, twelve, thirteen and ing girl, because she has a pace-
fourteen years. They are orphans, maker-the machine. As fast as
and the only qualifications for the the -chine moves she must move.
privilege of four yer' board and She earns a cent a dosen, and she
hoong are good character, abili- cane ack a hundred doeen in a day.
ty to sing and obedience to the laws ere is another signfiant fact.
of the organization, one of which The cracker king girl is younger
requires them to sing before the. than the cake packing girl, because
houses of their patrons.--t. Nich- no girl can keep up wit a machine
oUi. indenitely. At the end of a cer-
ach Troube Cured tain period she loses speed and goes
If yes hav ay tebe with your stoem. stale. Then she drifts out of crack-
M shol take Chmberia's Stomach and er packing into some other unskill-
Uver Tsebl. Mr. J. P. Klote, of Bdii, ed trade. UsuaTlly she has to e-
o. swa "I have sMd a remt y differ. d u. s y she has to a_ -
let mediSls for teO h trouble, but find cept a lower wage, since her effi-
Chmbda's sttmh aod Liver T ts cieny has declined. By efficiency
more benecial than any other remedy l ever
need." For sle b, Ttuville Pharmacy. one always means speed. -- Rheta
Childe Dorr in Hampton'. Maga-
Little Helps Fpr Awning Makers. zine.
"Our greatest benefactor," said a Causes of Blindness.
local manufacturer of awnings, "is The dangers to which the modern
the office man who sits and smokes eye is exposed fall into two great
and throws his cigar stubs out of | classes-disease and overuse from
the window. If it's at the time of near work. Here another great
year when awnings are up on the consoling fact faces us, and that is
big office buildings it is not im- that while overwork and consequent
probable that the cigar will fall on eye strain are by far the common-
an awning and burn a good sized eat troubles that befall the modern
hole. Possibly it will fall against a eye, discomfort and inefficiency are
roll of the canvas and burn through as far as they go in ninety-nine
several folds. Look at some of the cases out of a hundred. It is a fact
awnings over the stores on the that 99.9 per cent of all blind-
sround floor of buildings and notice ness is due to disease and not to


the little round holes that have overwork. More significant yet,
been caused by the falling cigar seven-tenths of the diseases which
stubs. These holes, of course, great- produce blindness are the acute in-
ly hasten the time when the awning factions, against which civilization
must be replaced. Nearly every of- wages an unceasing and victorious
flee building in town has suffered conflict.-Woman's Home Compan-
this same damage." Cleveland ion.
Plain Dealer.
Wooden Water Pipes. nt h l
Wood pipes are better than iron i 4nw
pipes for carrying water supply, ac-
cording to a report issued by the
United States forestry bureau. It M n ft I lt
-.sa that timber saturated with w- ay.Rbyo tpc
tcr and protected from outide iIn- o-1 cth he I sto e
fluences is practically overlastin o.thc .ly eve..lc
There is a line of two 'wie. of "wo.i tndy,y yrup of La~r~
pipe at Favetteville, (., laid h :c e les ne to rm re ar
18s9, which is ,:ound and in con- habits doily so tat Sl.n. rl
st.nt use at the present time. Wood tUre ,ay be raJududl, ispmns w"lh
pipes cot only one-quarter as muchi w hn o loner needle astihekestof
as cast iron and one-half as much remedies,when vrequirl, areto assist
as steel, they have greater discharg- nature and not to supprant the netur.
'ing capacity, they are not affected o) nctions, which must depend ulti-
by electrolysis and they are poor matey upon proper mouti~nmeht,
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els you can't gain stasgth, nor
can you stngthen your stmach if
It I weak.
You must eat n ordertolivead
maintain stngth.
You must not diet, became the
body require that you et a sureff-
blnt amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
ad it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do It
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do s to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
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you must help it by giving it rest,
and Kodol will do that.


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without queues or daby.
WewllW paythe drf th t _pl
of the bottUe poemLssIy y
This ofer appli to the hBa
bottle only and to but mO a f
family.

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an ofer, unless we poitively -k
what Kodl wil do for you
It would bankrupt us
Th dollar bo title taftatlu i
as much as the fifty eat bOttl
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S*_LeO BEARI N
I AThobout the Galf coast a _r-we _liled a e
platig stage b Gl Saint Mary Nurlers. Thesee treesI
Sgrow wel, anre and v roms, yed eM cro- and law-
-pred true to m. Ours rhar mi tees s- mdsIe-
salsms jfr Us an it is" m aue tha w esi DOsess eapssm
gow- r am ur every yer..

Glen Saint Mary Jewel Peaem
By aUl m th e best Weonmerctfd li tir4'chpes .hp se aos-- d
Florida, and ele lent = r home use. Weo ir an umY fine ns sealed
trees, grown on mew Madr day subsol--mo scks froa adve pe--
These dea an d viagors tr es, wth rifty oos tenabs
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too highly praise your Ballard's Snow Linient fort
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The speed with .which sound
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atmosphere depends upn several
conditions. When the temperature
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then haofe to New rk. wr
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,sem a e as o l ash is rtal atti-
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tw what e'os state of mcnd, the hatr
roll twrao Iy sad tye crows theot
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ey~~'ebro" and "or maid,"y had ated
Msb Legier to ptt ong rowl old
The club was discussing "Problems



Trat Vey, ande of the mhair t e t
prblens. e knew.r HMer own glhad-
had the unique experience of bhaing


mothr had ved to a very old a om, 10



having been born in Mulberry street In
in her chad he learned to played
'%ruulri&' and "old mai" bad asked
Mrs.Inser to talk about growing old






Arth Elder Days.
acll the works of mar t buried in n




Egyptian tomb were intended to
let 0,000 yearsnew. Her intention
governed lthe arttery old ree1ted
having been born In Mulberry street In
1790 and she knew there was some-
thin to sy about old age
Arte Elder Day&.
Al the works of art buried in an
Egyptian tomb were intended to
lat 10,000 years. That intention
governed the artists and reacted
upon the style of the art of Egypt.
It is a most important fact-per-
hape the moet important and fun-
damental fact that the student of
ti art has to remember.
here was no place for' passion in
such an art, none for grace, none
even for charm. Each figure had
merely to be made lucid-plainly
occupied about its business or vii-
bly shaped in the form required,
and that was all. The art of the
Egyptian tomb was to serve a uae-
fl purpose, not to please Sir
M Cti onway in North American
Review.
Meder Vaudeville.
Dooley-I seen your girl on State
street yesterday. (Slaps Hooley
with folded newspaper.)
Hooley.- What! You seen my
girl ? Why, Im a married man.
(Slaps Dooley with folded newspa-
per.)
Dooley-Well, I seen your hired
girl. (Slaps Hooley with folded
newspaper.)
In Chorus-With the kind per-
mission of the audience we will now
sing that pathetic ballad entitled
"When Peroxide Turns the Marcel
Wave to Gold." Professor, tear off
a little music, please. Chicago
Journal.


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K -Fq b 4 ACTOM

mas athe$ guet e 9ew
w eths oAMe' ssw stdr ed A ik-M ,
at etheD at l at New TYk d
a b w a e seen Me-am et 4
wetbe aft be be tIa- Mr. .
was ltremoednw hy Tsms A. Whb
th pment ot Bs secAtty,
I weuld Cmeto mid tes pia
wright, "that a reading conmmtte
appointed by tbe eoclety or Ohe -
pem a treig plays tat Mave bee
njeeted With the co dsratom o the
antboer they mlgt seet plays that
would sam to have a chance of me-
ss. Then they might secure a mas-
gr who woald consent to take a
ehanme a theater that would be loaned
to them for a performance or two and
a saff who wold work onspec.
"I the play was a success and the
public showed a w mlingne to patron-
ise t the rent of the theater could be
paid, the manager could gt his salary,
the author his commission and the
actors proper pay. If it failed-why,
nobody would be worse off than at
present."
Mr. Thomas' suggestion brought out
a good deal of applause. It was said
afterward that the society would con-
aider the proposition seriously and look
around for a complaisant theater own-
er and manager.

HIGHEST BRIDGE IN WORLD.
Contract Awarded For Structure to
Span Snake River Canyon.
The highest bridge In the world is
soon to be built across the Snake RIv-
er canyon, 800 feet west of Shoshone
falls, at one of the most picturesque
spots In the west, says a dispatch
from Salt Lake City. The span of the
bridge will be 1,140 feet from cliff to
cliff, and the roadbed will be 550 feet
above the water, From the bridge
one will be able to look down at the
falls, which rank among the greatest
natural wonders In the Pacific north-
west The work has been placed In
the hands of a prominent firm of
bridge builders.
The bridge across the Snake river
at Shoshone falls Is made necessary
by the development of Irrigation both
north and south of the river. The
large communities which have set-
tled on the hitherto desert lands have
reached a stage in their development
where they require better communi-
cation, and the bridge will be built at
-an early date. The electric railroad
systems on both sides of the river
will thus be connected, using the
bridge for electric trains.

Cloud Effects From Aebve.
It has been my lot to see in arc-
tic regions some hundreds of thou-
sands of icebergs close at hand, and
I have always believed them to be
the most beautiful objects on earth.
But the clouds of the sky close at
hand are almost as beautiful. If
Syou mount above one of these ma-
jestic things,swiftly overtopping one
by one its folds and wreaths, and if
remembering how high it is you
look down and see only small green
patches of earth through holes in
the cloud carpet belqw, you have a
little thrill of conception of how
lonely a man would feel, falling
away down there and not being able
to see the spot where he must
alight. It is a safe little thrill,
however. You know that you are
not going to fall. Such dizziness as
some persons feel in standing near
great heights on the earth is almost
unknown in ballooning. Success
Magazine.


teal and Lak Shore railroads into Al-
bany, frm which city an attempt will
be ade to drive to the Holland Home.
tn New TYork, tn m day.
Mhe distance by ad will be nearly
000 mles, which bs about T00 miles
senate an thn te shortest railroad dis-
btan between New York and San
auclreiso. rom San Francisco to Al-
bany only green hbore hired en route
will be used and the calculation I
that about 1.0 animals will be re-
llrd. Mr. Howlett will drive his
w borses from Albany.
Ninety days tis th time limit in
whi Mr. Howlett hope to make the
Jrney. It will be by nearly 2000
mles the longest coach trip ever made.
tMe longest similar American Journey
being from the Missouri river to Bar
francoco,

TEST FOR NAVY OFFICERS

May Skew Physieal Finess by Walk-
in er Riding Hee er Boiycle.
Plfty miles on foot, ninety miles on
horseback or 100 miles astride a bicy-
cle, al within three days, s the choice
given the navyoScers who will have
to quality each year hereafter as to
their physical fitness for service. The
oder was recently issued by Secretary
Newberry at Washington, and a hollow
groan sounded down the corridors and
reverberated the halls of the navy
department.
The order affects all officers on the
active Ht of the navy below the rank
of rear admiral and above the rank of
lestmeant None Is to be required to
take the physteal test before July 1
uanles be makes special request on the
secretary of te navy. This will give
the corpulent a fighters who have
l g occupied swivel chairs an oppor-
nity to get Into fit condition for the

The test are to be made each year.
The oacere have their choice of any
oe of the following schedules:
To walk a distance of fft mlsee during
thm consecutive days in a total of twen-
ty hors, Inaludin rests, the walk t any
me day to be during consecutive hours.
TO rb e borseback a distance of nine-
ty miles during three onsecutive days
the ride em two days to be concluded
I within seven hours and thirty minutes
eah after starting and one within ix
-o Including propr rests.
To ride an a bicycle a distance of 100
mles duritn three cosecmutlve days, in a
total ao seventen hours, including rests.
the rIe on any two days to be during
sseseseut hours.
Tbhe last es e bound to be the most
popular," said a young naval officer.
"Do you notice there Isn't anything
In the regulations that bar motor bicy-
clestar

MULES TO TAFT INAUGURAL
Misseuri New Adjutant General
Would Have Battery A Mounted.
F. M. Rumbold, who will be Mi1.
sourt's adjutant general under Gov-
ernor Hadley, has a plan for advertis-
ing Missouri at the inauguration of
President Taft. says a Jefferson City
dispatch:
General Rumbold proloses to take
Light Battery A to Washtngton to the
presidential nnauguration, fgt a go,d
place for Missourl In the parade aind
have the men mounted on l Mlssurl
males auund the e:ianu drawn by Mis-
souri mules. Two dealers. tule f
Calloway county and e!ii* of Pike coun-
ty. have offered to furnish seventy
large mules-sugar mules, as they are
classed by mule dealers-to go to
Washington for the parade. They will
sell the mules In the east.
"We must raise some money for the
scheme," Rumbold said. "but I don't
think that will be hard to do. I am
going to ask for if In tive dollar sub-
scriptions. I would like to know wli:tt
would be a better advertisement for
Missouri than to have at Presidentt
Tatt's Inauguration the Republican
governor mounted on a big black
horse and his staff and the battery


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CRANE'S HELP TO THE STORK.
Inate imtrduees Bill Pe uore a of
Children, and 8e natL ughs.
here was am isement the other da

Sbill providlg or the sablihament





of a bureu of children. The dignity
of the senate could not stand the



strain.
"Oho," mid one dignified member% ,
o Crane is coming to the assistance
of the stork. The stork 'delivers th
gods.' and Crane provides for their



bsequent ca tre."
Cranes bill provides that the preasl
dent shall create a bureau Tnder the
department of the terror to look aft-
ho.v, aold *nate Ladme r
rkne was amouement tbe a~tan da
in the snater. hesrn enatde Withrop










also Is made for the employment of s

chief f the bureau at $5.000 a year
and a large number of employees.


The Dignified Course.
An army examiner once had a
candidate before him who appar-
ently was unable to answer the sim-
plest question. At last the exam-
iner lost his temper and, with sar-
castic emphasis, quite lost on the
youth before him, said:
"Suppose, sir, that you were a
captain in command of a company
of infantry: that in your rear was;
an impas;alIle abyss; that on ei-i
ther sido of you towered perpendic-
ular rocks of untraver-able height;'
that before you stood the enemy,
a hundred men to each one of'
yours. What, sir, would you do in
this emergency ?"
"Sir." said the aspirant to mili-
tary honors. "I should resign!"-
Pearson's Weeklv.
The Meanest Man in Town
is tihe, ,,ie wb,, always we-ars a frown. is cron
aid diL~retable. anl is ahort and sharp iu
his answers. Nine ca.s out of ten it is not
the poor fellow's fault, it's his liver and di-
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Did His Best.
A Baltimore man was recently
showing his nice new opera hat to
his little nephew, and when he
caused the top piece to spring open
three or four times the youngster
was delighted.
A few days thereafter the uncle,
during a visit to the same house-
hold, brought with him a silk hat
of the shiny, noncollapeible kind.
When he was about to leave the
house he encountered the aforesaid
youngster running down the hall
with what looked like a black ac-
cordion.
"Uncle Ed," observed the boy.
"this one goes awfully hard. I had
to sit on it, but even then I couldn't
get it more than half shut."
The Roorback.
During the presidential campaign
of 1844 certain Whig newspapers
published an absurd statement de-
rogatory to the Democratic cndli-
date for president. James K. Polk.
under the caption. "Baron Roor-
back's Tour Throuzh the Western
and Southern States." The state-
mnent was easily disproved and prob,-
ably did little or no harm to tin.
man attacked. Since then. in Ameri-
can political parlance, the "roor-
back" has been the campaiinl lie.
prticularlv the one uttered so soon
fore election as to make its an-
swer a matter of difficulty.-Argo-
naut.


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pr r i d i- dMbri t No. -----..... ...--------..
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p d4imm sad mileage disri t No. S ---.------------
mm .d... .... dlu ...* N.. .. .............. .....
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i ui ad editOe -e..---..-- ..........-...--......
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Oe-, emmmae dm i t expenses .----------------------
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r a -nes od Jr ... a ..... ........m....rou.---------------------- -.
K ml at mad i on of -----.---------------- ----------....---.....-------
a me adlse for Jail sad prisonersde.........................
l sa t sm srtt of inmates ...........................................
insaal ematy bil olatigsand furniltre. ..--.--- -- .--------------------
A s s-- ------------ -----------------------------.-----------.-----
I Is o apesri -------- ..------------------ -.----.-------------
e at e p- .. ...-- -- --..------- ...... ....-----------------------------
--.............----...-..--....... ............. .....- --.. ..--
QggJAi NA sad maaity eams-------s----------------s---------.--------
s e oantd ld ..o county ...--...... -----..... .... -.. ......
'i aa~t fim al t b tyo ae mmiso....ue ad .. amer.....-------.. ------.......
I rIl tascial statement -.--.---. ----------- --------------------....
g ~we sad writug for emunty commiwioners -- ---- -
Apporta tax detemptione -- ------ ----- -.------- -------------------....
S i of papersn lrk of of cir i court ---..-- --...........................
S a a rs...------.............---- --.------..... -----.... ---... -----...... ...
ummm mruia-- ws....................... ...... .. .. .._. ......... ..
i sblY reports to staIr editor ........ ................. .. .. ... ........
1 il-- I i .r.rants by clerk -------------------.. ---------------------.....
aeii. a u b drk. ..g............................. .......
Vertbb I M tax Wle by clerk ---- --. .. -. ...------ -----------------------
n atamding destruction of jail................................... ----------------------
esnvty site election-------------*-----------------------------------
ms Nasty Jail and rea--ir----.. ..-w- ----- ---
S ele cti nts u -- --........ ... ..- .... .--- ---. -- ......... ....--
othe se for j lor--n....... .......---
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PUNDi c n--;t- --------------------------------------
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A so A mmat of J sailor's new h se. b ----------- - -- -- -- -- - - -


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SOL75

69.00
m.55
173.00
2L.75
4.35
1,81u9
490.00
5500

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179.00






3900
7.77
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1900
4500
90.00
29.10
30.55
53.90
75.00
12.00
341.97
413 W5
1.540.00
3 00*
30.01
17-454
1.4X.
2561o
0.00

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Total
OOUWTY ROAD AND BBIDG FUND


ms wpekt ha ab=l e to any district .------- $-----------------------
weekis rloelse district No.
bA wek 1 5 eioimers district No. 3...........--------- "--- .-..
SwA V" in ammimid district No. ..--- ---------------------...--...........
bad Ueak 1a 0 u- tierw.ws district No. 4...-...~.--........
... e. district No.- .... .
73 utIlt -- IA---------- ---------------------------------


2 816 42
1 43030
1 17644
4 01o 15
244356
1 94792
21333
15600
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CATARRIW IN lAD


. _WI AVaX A. PRBSSMB, 17M
M ThiLrd Av.. Moule, I., wr ft.:
6I hav bw suffterint from oatan
tn the head Se be past two months
and tried Inaiable 7o0alled rmse-
dies without a L Noone knows how
I hoaue s eat, ot only trom the dia-
out tralf Wttrom mortIati on whe
t eoMpay atd rfeaud- -C- straagers.
I hveuaed two boles of your med
line for a shobt IUna only, and It
bOected a Ce eaDS cmuf, and
what sl better yet, the dIeam has mo
**I -a mestemaphatieslly recommends
Pertus to a lln erers from this dis-


Martet, Oblt, wlWtee 1h t bigas
your treotaeut r ye-SSMd,
gWag wasbhalt fo the time,
stwa eaer and aabby. I eould not
Maut 4 aright on a soat of continual

" Wad tried several remedies and was
abotb to Si t Ip bat thought I would
try PerWna.
"After I had takes about one-third of
a bottle I noticed a difference. I am
sow p or eld M O4fl after suffering
with atarrh for eighteen years.
"I think IL those who are aleted
with catarrh would try Perans they
would never egret it."
Man4Jdln an Ideal Laxatve.
Ask your dru t for a tree Perun
Almeana for 1900


Dwellers In the canal zone, where
there hasn't been a death from yellow
Jack In two years, think the United
States health bureau good eoough to
be paaed around.
Watched Fifteen Years
"For fifteen years I have watched the work-
iug of Bucklen's Arica Salve; and it has never
failed to cure any sore, boil. ulcer or burn to
which it was applied. It has saved us many
a doctor bill," mys A. F. Hardy. of East Wil-
ton, Maine. 25c.at Banner Drug Store.


East Coast Meat Market
G. 1. D1URE, AGENT

S PFlorida and


Western


eats


of all Kinds.


'ITrjxUsvLLE, FLORIDA
Notice
I will be at the following places for the pur-
pose of aMsesing the taxes for 1909. at the
time oaued below. 1 would take it as a great
favor, if all would meet me at the designated
places at the time named. It will enable me
to complete my work earlier and more cor-
rectly. W. H. HALL,
Ammusr.


Courtenay,


Jan.. 2,


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HARDWARE


Jas. Pritchard & Son


Handle the Finest Lines of

Heavy and Shelf Hardware


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


Paints and Oils of Quality
one of our Specialties


Ouotationm for lage or n rd will
be given pesoml atte oaM. Ie rd
solicited and promptly filled

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SPRING FERTILIZING
Be on time. Give your trees a food start tha
spring. Help them to throw off the old eggs.d.A.d
leaves that will soon anfest the whole three. Cve
your tree food that it may work for you. Cams
now make dollars later on. Note our three distinct
formulhas
SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. 1
PERUVIAN ORANGE TREE GROWER
SEMINOLE TREE GROWER
We want to send you our booklets, especially
the two new citrus leaflets that are the bet writings
ever published on the subjects
Write for them today
Spring-Time with CitrusTr Die-Beck Its Ceauoo
and Treatment, ow and WheO to reortiU ChNir Trees
Pineapple rFrtilinlag. Irish Poaoes. Flridi Serawber-
ries. Ideal rertUira. se.


WILSON & TOOIER FERTILIZER CO.
JACKSONVILLE, vLA.


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TITUSVILLE ICE CO.

Pure Ice iunfctnred from Distilled later
John L. Van De Veer, W. H. Ford, Proprietors
PBOIPT DBLIVERIES TO ALL POUTS





rTitusville Lumber Company
TITUSVILLE, FLA. F. E. C. R. R.

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. able Daily Concerts by CREATORE and his Band

The Finest Concert Band in America
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Magnificent Hippodrome

d Midway, Grand Pyrotechnic


Display


Cheap railroad rates from all stations
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To talm1 m
peeIlal esd ltad Distriot No. S
s-"l ad work iA dtr---------.------------- -------------- a
speoisl 3 d und DiMriat No. 8
spsal ead work distrie ...........................---------------------------------------- 8 087
Special 5oed muad District No. 4
Msoiai d work isdistriet.......... .- ...........------..--.------------... ....$110017
special ead Fund District No. 8
--rs read work in l istrict--.-----.. --.-------------------------$ 1m6456
i TItuevllIu piroportoI of 1007 peial road levy-------...-.....-----..-------
Total $ 1 74 10
*AKl WARDnN FUND
asme waden's salay ------ ..- ....------------$ 00
-h...os to deputy gaam waeM .......--....-.....---.----------..--------- 8400
(k's fe-....---.----------- --------------.---------.--------------------- 460
Total $ *meo
WrINO ef eMvard.
I iLA swaft, auditor and clerk of the circut court, in and for the county and state
amldM, de hgeah eartif that the fbgoing stamtmeat of the names of Brevard county.
r4d- a is e irst and tru a they appear of record in the auditor's books of said county.
sd a verfiSeaise af the warrant books ibr outstanding warrants.
Wit s my hand mad -ecial eal, this 18th day of January. A. D.. 1900
A. A. SfxwAjrT, (Seal)
(CInemt Coas) Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brevard
eal County, Floridi
By JOaH Haxry,
Deputy Clerk.


C Ital 91aw Surplus W,
The First National Bank


Is


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
BsHtLIshe IM The SECOND oldet National Bank in.Florida
as the LARGEST SURPLUS ACCOUNT nl proportion to capital
O ANY NATIONAL BANK IN FIORIDA
Raaks FIRST on the Roll of Honor of National Beaks in Florida
S~sVth amagm ALL NATIONAL BANKS IN THE UNITED
Country Accounts a Specialty
Write u, caU o us, or we will call oa you


Aumoble Races in March
Tb seventh annual automobile
races on Daytona Beach will be held
March 3M inclusive this y .
Word ha just been received tata
team of the well known Flat racing
cars will compete, one of which will
be a peed car of 170 horse power, a
master piece of engineering skill.
'his marvelous machine will be run
in the competitive race for the Sir
Thomas Dewar trophy which is valued
at $2,000, and which will be the prize
for the contestants in the internat-
ional mile race.
Wiad Your usines!
If you don't obody will. It is your bsi-
nes to keep out of all the trouble you an and
you can ad will keep out of liver and bowel
trouble if you take Dr. King's New Life Pill.
They keep biliousness, malaria and jaundice
oat of your system. 25c.at Banner Drug
Store
Any skin itching is a temper tester. The
more yous ratch the worse it itches. Don's
Ointment crews piles, eczema-any skin itch-
ing. At all drug stores.
Balloting machines were used In
twelve states at the late election, but
they'll not be used again in sume com-
munltes if the voters have the ay
about them.
RHEUMATIC FOLIS
Are You Sure Your Kidneys are
Well?
Many rheumatic attacks are due to uric acid
in the blood. But the duty of the kidneys is
to remove all uric acid from the blood. Its
presence there shows the kidneys are inactive.
Don't dally with "nric acid solvents." You
might go on till doomsday with them, but un-
til you cure the kidneys you will never get
well. Don's Kidney Pills not only remove
uric acid, but cure the kidneys and then all
danger from uric acid in ended. Here is Ti-
tuaville testimony to prove it.
L. W. Haile, living o Wabhiugton avenue.
Tritsville. Via.. says: 'I can highly recom-
mend Doan's Kidney Pills for the purpose for
which their use is intended. I suffered frum
rheumatism in my shoulders and a lameness
and soreness in my back for some time. The
kidneys were also sluggish in action, and the
secretions when allowed to stand deposited a
dark sediment. I read of Doan's Kidney
Pills, and procured a box. After using them
in accordance with the direction the kidney
secretions became regular in action. natural


KING & TUCKER'S


Big City Railroad Shows
Will Exhibit at


TITUSYILLE, FLA.,


JAN.


25


A Convention of Amusements

The Event of the Season

King and Tucker's Shows are a grand consolidation,
containing everything that is wonderful, novel and
thrilling in the whole world of wonders


Two Bapds of Masic

Nipe Fpl)y GloWlis

polies, Monkeys apd

Goats apd ElepIaits

Don't fail to see Wallace, the Largest Lion on Earth,
Topsy, the Baby Elephant, and other
Trained Animals and, Wild Beasts


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W ( a twral o tee which
Sr h or okd While the
S'Ladmt that t the pat some
Snu mber h ave been altogether
.: tlhy Iat that the new
nM am w ranMcl. Cornell has in
:" pat bas tre dd with the "pro-
la tr a-the student of
Vs q hre1 fbromo twenty-two to
Iety o u ot a g who went to college
t to ho called a college man. He
a t ao aimed months of the student
y a8 in a. chatr at Ziak's absorbing
rirar, Werts .and Culmbacher In-
ad eof loearithms.
'T e M a Conell story that oneof
Itls **u~b malal freshmen" who
-a amoMthg of- a tobtball player was
-erar yqs ad torelbly dragged from
Ai ebsr la inek's long enough to
oii the eleves and help wnl a game.
But thM proM ors could never get him
to le r a lecture room. Thus the new
la, though it seems harsh, has some
reasm behind It.
Now, in order that there may be so
mistake an picking out a freshman
amomg the 4.0 attendants at the unl-
vrstty the general committee has add-
ed one stringent rule-the freshman
must wear a "toque with a cord and
tael." Even the budding lawyers
who go for a three year course are
freshmen. Once on a time it was rec-
ogalee, as at most other universities,
S that law students were old enough to
be above the pretense and pose of the
average freshman, but no longer at
Corell. Here are the rules In full:
No freshman shall smoke at all on tho
campus nor in the smoking rooms on the
caepus, nor shall be smoke a pipe on the
streets of Ithca.
No freshman shall be allowed down-
stairs in Znck's, in the Alhambra or In
the Dutob Kitchen under any circum-
stancs, nor shall he be permitted to
loune about the lobby of the Ithaca ho-
tel at aay time. nor shall be be allowed
to enter the Senate or the Offie after 7
p. a.' No freshman shall be allowed up-
stabrs ti ck's or the Senate unless ac-
oomwafe by an upper class man.
eah and every freshman shall wear at
all times ezept on Sundays a cap of the
followlag description: An official gray
C with a small visor and a black but-
ton or an oScial gray toque with a black
ea and tassel. He shall not at any time
while In oolqeg wear a pin representing
his preparatory school In any manner.


S-I- a n n, na -

SMe inm aOb o d ashO es
S"as an Baub

"It -w hem tes, n the bk

p tho r at of ar the rtoEles


& ade h bewes or the m am to

dMas ao bwe lea New Yrkand
C VEUTION OF "HOBOES.V

J. fba lew CaMs Them to Mest In
St. Loums Jae. .2
ds How, knows as the d kig
at oo," W s bees beard from. Two
months agn he left New York, and
the Ist latimationa of his whereabouts
since tLh beeams known recently,
when his followers i New York city
received fom him an Invitation to at-
tend a natital convention of "bobos"
la t Lpui T he letter read:
"Realling that this s going to be a
ard winter and that there are all the
way from 35,000 to 100,000 men out of
employment n all the large cities of
the cantry, we have decided to call a
oevnatm of a delegates from the dif-
ret centers to meat I t. Lois on
Jan. 2, 2 and 2. The object of this
convention wil be to endeavor to s-
cre employment for an those desiring
work mad to attempt to get transpor-
tati tfor employed men to ir
job, -s well a to consider other mat-
ten that ar very vital to the unem-
played."

Pig Blood For Tubereuleies.
Pig' blood medically prepared is of
the highest value In the cure of in-
elpleat taberulosis, according to an
a-mmeaeent recently made by Dr.
Doall M Rieardo, lecturer on gyne-
coly and surgery In th Potgrad-
eato Medical college at Chicago. Ox
blood or cow blood is also good, ac-
eo din gto the physician, but he places
the bighet value on pigs' blood, be-
eams the latter contains a much high-'
r percentage o bemoglobin-the red
part of the blood corpuscles.

Thirty-two Nations In Collge Club.
The largest clubhouse ever conatruct-
d at an American university by for-
eiga student will bellt by the Cor-
neU Univeralty Coaim politon club In
the neighborhood 'of the Cornell cam-
pus says an Ithaca dispatch. It will
cost $,000. Representatives of thirty-
two diferent countries are members of
this clab.

Nolseless Typewritr.
By the use of compression, or the
printing method, instead of impact and
the hammer stroke, a company which
was organized at Hartford, Conn., in-
tends to put on the market an abso-
lutely noiseless typewriter.
New Religious Order.
The First Fruit Harvesters is the
title of a new religious order that
seeks to abolish all denominations and
unite the entire human family In one
at church. The basis of their faith
Sthe reference In the Bible to the
one church. There are no chapters in
the Bible that speak of denemina-
tlons. All are Intended to be in one
church, and the creed should be the
true word of God. The Harvesters
are holding a series of meetings at
Manchester. N. H., and are attracting
considerable attention and getting
some converts. Elder J. A. Wright.
who is the leader in charge, says:
"We do not believe In having a speci-
ied mode of procedure, and there Is
no set time in our church for prayer.
singing or sermons. We speak, sing
or pray when the spirit moves us.
We believe In the one church and the
ever present God and conduct our
meetings accordingly."


British Soldiers' Now O-tfit.
An important change is now being
made in the equipment of Infanittryren
In the Brittih army. The old outfit is
belni superseded by the new "web
equipment." which Is sure to lte heart-
ily welcomed by the men. A gr"at Im-
provement has been effected nl the dis-
tribution of weight. In niarit uin or-
der neither the bandolier nr tihe hav-
ersack strap is worn. so the chest is
left qpite tree and breathing Is made
easier. When In fighting kit nothing
that is not essential to action will be
carried, but the bandolier will have to
be added.
evere ores
Fever sores and old chronic rores should not
he halmal antrilw. k.. .k,. .a kh.r. :t.. k.i 1.


UM. ot M e e l. Ltswi s same

me t la se d e6tM2 l M d evary-
Sthu=. Tbe As -e 1b. ery1Wesa0
etem a adetp eat to fene. ke
s -i Aft men o- a w da the


ans as b ha ad bprb ctivema
oseestobe a, D mytb in y-

edhss a dabis bat in mo eesaw I
a dOme mi0OW i m. It ah
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Theo aw system was expouded by
Its suader at the home f Mrs. James
Dulop Smith in New YoTk thi other
aemoo, ad amoo thoe present
were:
Le Do Ferest, nventor of the De
Forest wireless; Paulding uaram of
T hfay Co, Lady Gridley of the
g1bIh coIert, Mrs. Z1sabeth Lindsay,
Miss Florence Kea ad Lieutenant
and Mrs. John Howard, son-in-law and
daughter of General Chafee.
With hardly an exception the given
mames of those mentioned were found
not In accord by Mrs. Cochran and
were altered to suit For Instance,
Mrs. isabeth Lindsay .s n longer
lambeth, but Orada, and Miss Flor-
ence Ke's name Is now Velm.
Mrs. Cochran euplsined that each
number up to nine was represented by
a vibration and each number corre-
ponded to a letter In the alphabet.
"And vibration Is life," declared Mrs. I
Cochran emphatically. "Then, of
course, when the vibrations emanating
from the letters In persons' names am
not la harmony with the number sig-
nifying the date of their birth they
are not a barmony with themselves.
That Is mathematics. "We can't
change our last names, but we can
change our given ones. It our names
mar oat of harmony things must be ad-
Justed. Life and health and happiness
are mathematics. Therefore we can be
successful if we adjust our name.
"One of the great things about this
science is that you don't have to be-
lieve it If your names are out of ac-
cord with your birth date make them
in accord.* and with complete harmony
there wil be no limit to attalpm4rtt "

NEW RED CROSS STAMP.

tremboli and Relief Symbol Will Be
en Italian Aid Issue.
The Massachusetts branch of the
Red Craes ia edeptd a n special-
ly designed one cent stamp as an ad-
ditloal means of raising money for
the fund to succor the afflicted people
of Calabria and Sicily.
The familiar Christmas and New
Year's stamps for the benefit of the
tuberculosis campaign have been re-
markably successful. Since the Ital-
ian disaster all sales of these stamps
have been for the benefit of the Italian
fund. About 2500 a day have been
sold at the general postolce alone,
but It has been thought best to have
something distinctive.
The new stamp Is triangular in form
and represents Stromboll surmounted
by clouds of smoke and steam, out of
which, clear and triumphant, arises
the Red Cross symbol.
The stamp design Is the joint gift of
Artists Mary Ware Dennett and Alice
Morse. who were consulted by the Red
Cross omcers.
Couldn't Fool Tim.
A priest announced that a collec-
tion would be taken up to defray
the cost of coal for heating the
church.
Everybody contributed but Tim
-- who gave a sly wink as the
plate was presented to him. The
priest, after service, took his parish-
ioner to task.


"Now, Tim," he said, "why didn't
you give something, if it was but
little?"
"Faith, I'm on to yez!" said Tim.
"What do you mean ?
"h, nothing. Just that I'm on
to yez, that's all."
"'Tim. your words are disrespect-
ful. What do you mean ?"
"Oh, faith, father, a-thrving to,
pull the wool over me eyes, a-thrv-
ing to nake us believe yez want'
the money to buy coal to heat th,
church, an' yer riverence knows it'*
heated by steam!"-Exchange.
A great many people have kidney awil iadl-
der trouble, mainly due to neglect of the oc-
41hional pajui iii the back. slight rheumatic
pains. urinary disorders. etc. Delay in such
leaesis dangerous. Take DeWitt'. K ,dliu.
aud Bladder Pills. They are for weak ha, k
h;.ekache. rheumatic pains ad all kidney aI\
bhlilder trouble. 4oothingaidl antis,.itic. ns,
act promptly. Don't fail to get IkhWitt s Kid-
ney and Rladder Pills. Accept w, substitute.
Regular size .0' Sl~ld by Banier Drug Store.


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AUTOS FOR POUCE

bMeea'f *"est Chief Weid iHa No e
More Wolkang of Bsat
Police Chief Fred Kohler of Cleve-
land, 0., hero of Lcn Staees
"Best Chief," in his annual report to
the board of public safety the other
day aid: "The day of patrolling th
streets Is past. You might as well
send the fre engines out In the streets
looking for fires. I urge that at least
fifteen automobiles be purchased for
use of the police department for use la
patrolling."
Afterward Chief Kohler explained
that he would do away with the walk-
lag of beats by policemen, substitat-
lag the use of automobiles, In which a
squad of men could be carried over a
great territory several times each
night.

Memorial to Joel Chandler Harris.
The Uncle Remus Memorial assocla-
tion has been organized to erect a sult-
able memorial to the late Joel Chan-
dler Harris, the poet and author. The
proposed form Is the purchase of Snap
Bean farm, at Atlanta, and the preser-
vation of his home, the Sign of the
Wren' Nest. It Is further planned to
convert the front yard Into a park and
erect on the lawn a memorial foeataln
with a fieze containing all of the
Uncle Remus animals and a statue of
Mr. Harris.
The Pur Food L&w
Secre"ry Wilson sys:k "O oftherobes
of the lawitto inrim the m--m mre
pnrenoe of certain haril lila I- ime-
aes." The law requires that the amount e
chloroform, opium, morphine and other ham
forming drug be sted o the label eaa.
bottle. The miasobetares f Chaimberia'
Cogb e-seedy havealwayseclimd thatthei
remedy did mot contain ay of thee mdra
and the truth of this claim isnow folly pror
*a no mention of them is mad oa t labL.
This remedy is not oaly on of tbe mAe, but
one of the best in se for conghs ad eolds.
Ie value hasbeen proveabeyond quaM
during the many yeam it hasbea in genoal
ae. For le by Ttovill Pharmacy.
Success In Raising a Zebra.
Dr. Alonso Melvin, chief of the bu-
reau of animal Industry at Washing-
ton, has succeeded In breeding and
raising a zebra. As the department of
agriculture has been unsuccessful for
years in attempting to raise the zebra.
Dr. Melvin is proud of his accemplish-
meat. Dr. Melvin explains that his
young zebra Is a cross between a Tex-
as burro and a male zebra. The legs
are well marked, but the stripes on the
body are faint. He hopes, however,
that as the zebra sheds of his cost the
stripes will become more distinct.


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liara's c'~n.~i..'ag abotte ad St. J&3

=riatsd in black ink ona &yseow satun
s3 and general embesafses it
iatl -to a bottle. orYO Uon et atit dip
irect from us&a&tilewas pr. Tilsis
a dslighdul liver madiceln.-mom
heldve. an eeedinely b m
th test m Tryut ose bottmatflaI
rouuslt-ndO Nyou bu moren.
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W W --AE Ww ---,
Better Than a Marathon Race.
The Promoter-Yes, the Marathon
race is being overdone.
The Friend-What are you going to
work up now?
The Promoter-I am going down to
Washington to see if I can't get a .
bunch of those admirals to do their l ~Ume*Mkl* ldmiqsma-_
fifty mile walking test on a tanbark Is "l1s-1 i tbs. sal-Ns a m i
track for half the gate receipts. r UB h id l y hek((m iaM '.
d am t bay as t aeml.
Agreoable Theatrical Innovation. P em S aU U L
Maxine Elliott's theater is the first
New York playhouse to furnish pro-
grams that are destitute of advertis-
ing. Moreover, they are chastely
printed and pleasing to the eye; also
the musicians do their work In a pit
under the aipron of the stage. and their
harnionlie pernolate to the auditorium obtdy
through a screue of bay leaves. Nor is ntbai TobeKe.m
there in that orchestra any trombone me stospecbaill orW.
etIM 11A Pr&WDeXu thm b"t =ro
nor yet any cornet nor cymbals nor dad vebe wf na. ye ms we
hIve berene expea g ISeePr
anything to smite the car rudely. Se iod rthe meam of ow J r
There are only strings-harps and vio- ForW ~ everywe.d eS our
aatalWoMaIzsdproft byeroexspaIee
lius. s"nteaton nnuu. Addri

The Kaiser's Now Hobby.
The l:ttt hob,,by of the kaiser is
N',rw,,gi:in furniture and domestic dec-
oration. lie has ordered furnishings JOHN WHITE CO
iin this style fir the hall of one of his LOUo6VLL, K.Y.
!rlac 'P anld friom a celebrated Norwe- sA**sU*Su$S
.i;un artist has had plans for furnish- '.1 1 1L11d PAri
ing the vinw p;!:ace at Posen. which is n` FURS
nearly. conj,!ii'ti'nr and is Intended as a ll
a vfii'.le slkin of German domiination Wlesee
',) *.,. '1-'tcern provinces of Prussia..

What Others Say About It KILL TH CO UCH
MaNi.y of the beat ptoupe in t.ut.sie and D CURE THI LUNO
4ljoiining ,tatea rec'ollnniu lnd St. J. ipi'%. Liver
Regulator as being a splendid laxative aud
liver wa. dicine. Its ouccaional use will keep
the bysw'te iu guood condition. thu. jasistilng WITH
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idess and the latter, smh
h ngM opeed his heart
a rmea. One evening w
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asW threw his long elak
slder preparatory to a s
aedle to Atdre in iay

mft ha to be eat s
tha-lookf the from r sbo
0 a rwho want of sio
had eel left the door wh
dma =. out =ad, slainki
a dark alley, met Domenic
street corner. Cresial in
k ar sttering the lte, he
him with a plummet which
aoutbhed from his designing
-Helen Zimmern in Metrop
Her C*wredtles.
"Father, I wish I knew w
lauhed at my corrected seni
wayouoh clda today," cicla
M~Ad school girl recently.
other looked up from his
paper and asked what the s

"Wel, Miss West gave us
sentence to correct, and mi
I went to the tonsorial pa
et a hair cut.' "!
And how did you core
asked the father.
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wa you would correct it, of
n Miss West just dou
eAne when sh read it, a
Zg it aload, ad every
the lo shouted They
know it was my sMtsMo%
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teh utafm to his meteor rifth
reel& .h%' war. m-he iltoatr yearin
, Me- le l et thdr Udmrl Ml iader
Si tslew spirit of the metMorite. Aire
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misdeed deritla tonle U rymmng
ea w id .toe hamft arb d an with himw
tMw to Itel, m d ay of the strugtne
t ad e hM ein tot wroadmerl lsot of
g hm mb tesatr is that of the E
SDo. -Mer Hdi'olPing divine
1 at to hie gmeorit fo ar r th
Mia lad o the imony to pwa hihe
* primt il atope hose god was a
poe d i fmhrtonteo ine dtia .
A resufi wat taipn ywas built

e ad inde thet b eLto a rd heap
Iv aed. Maine of th ri i wines
qt6 asi w ptaord oat and moeh atly
a.E V' Sower baraead. hy yaear
Ppldatl th metoode god was.earrid with
iMeM bya-O- wnmery to another tei-
. All po i tel anbir. Thr phariot in
Mroa hio iyt d& I fittlfd "ith gold
Sto and ptreis i tOaM and was drawn
pomed at Uwhit borea in olda trap
etg Ti nM epsorw himself held
z ntt iM, wrling bhkward, so a
Sto kee his eyesw xtd on hi god.
ti On either odf the pooe ran, bear-
S w aus ta torchr ad throwing riends
iomut m o vf owers as they perd.
he bril. On another occasion a meteoric
e pro- lte pland a important part in
Roman history. It fell m ancient
ore a- time in Phrygia and was worship-
a Do I ed at Pessinnr by the Phrygians
p tim-g ad Phamiyans as Cybele, "the
to the mother of the gods." To it had
hen, as been ascribed the victory of the Bo-
his lute mes over fM ibsl in the first
raw his'Panie war. So when in later years
toll he te rte hagenian general had cross-




ien An- line books that an enemy might be
g along expelled from Italy if the stone
o at a were brought to l ome. So they
ito him went to King Attalns, asking that it
brained might be sent. Itwas carried wit
he had much ceremony to the Temple ol
Stable. Victory on the Palatine hill, and,
olitan.. sure enough, Hannibal ewas present
ly compelled to return to Africa
Having surmounted incredible diffii
hy they cuties, he was yet forced to yield t(
ence in a meteoritem-London Globe.


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Tranelueit Oyster SheMa.
On the west coast of India is
found a species of oyster, Placuna
placenta, whose shell consists of a
pair of roughy circular plates about
six inches in diameter, thin and
white. In the early days of English
rule in India the shells were em-
ployed for window panes. Cut into
little squares, they produced a very
pretty effect, admitting light like
roasted lass. When the Bombay
athedra was built, at the begin-
ing of the eighteenth century, its
wiowa were paned with these oys-
ter shells.

Now is Tour D igeston
XIh. Dow Wwi ofNo. eM 8th Ave..
an TaMa reed for
M&i Er ai m l 1 Ontibtde for
theow rf Aotof tStd BatMn ina
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S as i& a s s lse,
-dr *--I L J itHB. ID --
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M ti -- g Ma ODwght bowls
d ds. anm& bd W tat
had winr feu8iter way bauk to
heb kihe. A few a sam late
sh a-d wher hbaad ife h ad

WeUir'
I thik you a n right about the
short of her mmry, for,

r dealt mention the lla."
1 g m youl have to oer it
to mat ld ;s."
wIont give it up qqite so m9o,
though I ay hae togo into bank-
ruptcy yet m cont of M ing
my urp without interest."
The week went by, and Mr. aad
Mrs. Fulton continued to joke from
time to time about the absent dol-
r, ad ose evening after having
ridden all the way out from town in
the sam seat with Mrs. Dw t,
ulton admitted, with ea td
mIrfqlMeMs, that he was begin-
ning to feel very much discouraged
about ever regaining his dollar.
"Doe it make yu feel bad, pa
par asked his littleirl, who al-
ways listened to the onve-atine
with grae attention.
Ofcourse it does, Hila. A dl-
lar is a whole lot of money. ow
would you like to lose the dollar
you have in your bank ?
"I Boe it would make me mst
sick," sae answered. And her par-
I ets, .esbanging sased glamCes,

Who FPlton at down at the din*
ner table the next night he asked,
as he saw a shinin lr piece at
h '. es ,fo r eti m at
is date, "Whafst' %ir
Your dollar, answered Hilda
Liwuaphantly. "I went to Mrs.
Dwight's house today, and the door
as open, so I just thought I'd go in
and ask her if she'd tirely forgot
your dollar, but she wasn't around
anywhere. But it didn't matter,
for I found your dollar on the desk.
I s'pose she.kept forgetting to bring
it home, so I just looked it myself
for you, papa."
"My country!" exclaimed the as-
tonished father ungratefully. "What
* shall I do?"
"What can you do but return it
and explain?" said Mrs. Fulton,
who was laughing almost hysteric-
ally. "What a thing it is to have
a serious minded daughter!"
Always have Kea 's' laztive Coulh
Syrup hmldy, empechily for the children. It
oure the cold by ently moving the bowels
I through it laxative principle and at the amne
time it ia soothi g for throat irritation, there-
by stopping the cough. There nothing a
g, ood 8old by Banner Drug Store.


Diilluieoned.
I was once at a ball where a lady
to whom I had just been presented
said: "Oh, Mr. Barrington, my
daughter has fallen madly in love
with you! May I introduce you '
I murmured an embarrassed "Cer-
tainly," and she turned to a very
pretty girl who was standing near,
saying, "Marjorie, this is Mr. Rut-
land Barrington." The girl's face
lit up with excitement and pleasure.
She took a good look at me and
turned away, with a long and dibap-
pointed "Oh!" That mother knew
omething.- From "Rutland Bar-
dngton," by Himself.


Among the earliest callers at the
Outlook sanctum to congratulate Asso-
clate Editor Roosevelt there will be a
contingent of congressmen and sena-
tors we:irln, smiles that link ear to
ear
Scientifi Spadking
coniats in punishment only when a child is


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LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 77.


No. W N al
DAILY DAILY
33IL pm pI p


9 .0 pm
10 50 pm
11 48 pm

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EBective January 5. 109


No. a No.3 IA M I N I nO. as I No, a
DAILY DAILY DA D DAILY DIY I D DAILY
10 00 m 7 aami V..v..JacksovRl ..re7 t pm 7 40d 1 1 pm 8 a
11 10 am S u0 am ..SLA ugtine Ar 6 10 pa 80 m 104 am 70 a
11 7 am 9 48 am pv. .EU t Flatka v 56 16 pm 46 m a *47 am 6146n
125pm ..........,v. hotel OrmoDd .v........... 4 m ...................
1 pm 1127am v.... Omond ... v 84 pm I m 4 34 am 4 1 m
1 45 pm 11 40 am n....Daytoaa ....,v 3 U pm 344 m 4 am 419 am
2 22 pm 12 23 pm'v .New myrna..r.v 2 47 pm 3 17 M 800 am 14am
3 20 pm 1 80 pm i .. .Tituqvllle... .vt 1 30 pm 2 0 m 66 am 21 am
......... Ia 1 prn Lt ......c('4o ... v 12 47 pm ........ ................
3 7 pm 2 Lv...Rockledxe.... L243 pm 1 46 pm m 1 a am
.......... 2 50 pmiLv .._Ean Gallie. _v 12 U pm ............ .........
......... 300 pmLv.. Melboumrne...v L1 50am ...........................
S06 pm 5 00 pm'Lv. ..Ft. Pierce..... vv 10 am 1I 40 am 4 anm 11 ib t
7 6 pm 7 1o pm|Ar.W.PalmBeach. Lv7 0 am 9 45a 20 am 900 m
8 10 pm'7 25 pm"Ar ..Plim uBeach...Lv 71 sm 9 10 am ..... 8 40 xn
10 25 pmlO 10 I pmAr.....Milaml .....Lv|4 43 am 7 1a am 10 am 600 m
......... ..........L ..... Miami......A .................... 1150 pm 6 Of 1
........ ...... Ar .Home.tead.. Lv................... 4 00
................... Ar .. Long Kev.. Lv................. 9 0 pm 147
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Via P. A& . o.Ar KeV C eP: =W=,-S-Co... ........ -0
Vla P. & o. S. s. Co. Ar Hvvana ....Lv \'V P. 0. S. Co.: 00 am ........
day. Trains do not stop at Stations at which no time is shown.


PALATKA BRANCH


Leave at' EAST PALATKA TO


Palatht
5 20 am
6 o am
840 am
9 M5 am
12 05 pm
4 T1 pm
5 50 pm
11 55 pm


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PALATKA Palatka
........No. 46 ally............ 5 40 am
...........No. 4 Dily ........ 6 O aml
..........No. b0 DIily ........ 9 00 air
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........No. S Dullvy.......... 6 10 om
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aulatks PALATKA Palath
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'- A)J Sn ........ No. 4 Daily ........ 7 10 am
i5 am ...........No. bl Daily ......... s 3 m
11 '4) a ..........No. 53 Daily ......... 11 50 am
3 W( lpm .........N. 55 Dally........ 20 pu
4 Vis rm .......... No. s7 Daily ......... 6 06 p
11 2t pm ....... No. 9 IZila........ 11 40 pm
l12) an. ...... No. 61 Dalsily .... 1240u


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ia., Ja. 15, I9.
01010FSm i Ar mun
Snta y m aked article from
( bleodieed. WithBrevard's
VA m Ueq te almost connecting
S wit < ofVohiia are we not quite
am.b toritidsn as St.Johns and
DeM? When the little gap between
SO Hill and Titusville is made good
It will bring a large amount of travel
nato Brevard county from the coun-
tiesnaorthof it.
4* 'Yours very truly,
JOHN ANDERSON.
SThe "omnminoers of Duval and
eammst about the propose 1-foot
Jdm times are
Boulevard from this city to St. Au-
Satime. When they carry into ef-
e knowledge they have gained
by their recent automobile trip to
Oraoad, which, of course, may take
2so0e time, they will have provided
for the atomobilist and the farmer
i, one of the finest avenues for
Seonmm.unetio between cities to be
Sfo s where. Engineer Batnard.,
Swho was with the party, has proved
bimef fa most capable and scientific
S .road engieer, and the Duval board
Ssem to have found his services of
te the ist value. With the various
rom now under way or contemplated
Jacksonville will have means ofcom-
munication by horse or vehicle with
Sthe St. Augustine, Ormond"
Std Orange Park, Green
SCve and tka; and Fer-
SMdina, bpedes all the country be-
twm. muh as cannot be surpassed
Sin every part of the country. -


Bro Comedians Tonight
Brae Comedians have appeared in
all the leading cities in the United
asin the past fifteen years. They
are harpi, dancers, musical artists,
comdkne aMd high clams entertainers
of the highest rank.
Prices: General admission 25c.,
dchldrm 1ic., and reserved seats 50c.
On as" at Bannings. Titusville
S Jam. 2tnd and 23rd.
~ag Tears otf Poof


"I vblnawymna of prosf tht Dr.
KWew DhmTvw- isthe beet medicine to
Ofltlwmasl@ "4dsaM"md fr everydb.


uwras wholes
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GEORGIANA
Mrs Chandler and Mrs. Martin
have both been quite sick the past
OUie Page has gone to Fort Myers
to live with her aunt, Mrs. Bird, her
mother's sister.
Quite a number of people from Co-
a e over and attended service
morning.
Mr. L. A. Peek and Mr. 0. N.
Pge made a trip to Eam Gallie Mon-
day in Mr. Peek s launch Idlewild.
Rev. and Mrs. White came over
from Bokledge Saturday and spent
a few dayswith F. W. Munson and
Walter ndabury and Misses Nell
and Eva Owen sent Tuesday evening
at.thhomeof Mr. and Mrs. C.F.
Walker in Lotus.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance McCaskill have
moved to Lotus to be nearer their
work. Mr. and Mrs. Peace are still
in the Lyman cottage.
Mr. Francs Pierce, who has passed
his ninety-first birthday, is quitewell
again and is out calling on his nearest
neighbors almost every pleasant day.
Mr. Wadsworth, wife and daugh-
ter, of Boston, Mass., are spending a
few weeks with Mr. Seaborn Wads-
worth and family at Oak Hammock.
A good congregation was out Sun-
day a. m. to welcome Bro. Hawk back
again. He will be with us a few
months longer, during which time
the charge will probably be divided
and two men put onto the work he has
been in charge of the past six years,
the work having outgrown one man's
ability. A full petition went in from
this place for Dr. Hawk's return.
Very Mother
is or should be worried whei the little ones
have a cough or cold. It may lead to croup or
pleurisy or pneumonia-then to something
more serious. Ballard's Horehound Syrup
will cure the trouble at once and prevent any
oospllsDoum. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy
and anmmer Drug Store.
Brose Comnediven Tonight
Lenox, S. D. The second night
broke the record. Played to largest
business of any company this season.
This was Brose.
Prices: General admission 25c.,
children 15c., reserved seats 50c.
On sale at Branning's. Titusville
Jan. 22nd and 23rd.
Coming Sure
The advertising brigade of King
and Tucker's Big City Railroad shows
finished up their work Monday and
now the small boy is happy as he can
be seen going to the bill boards in
groups and standing open mouthed
with satisfaction stamped all over his
countenance and counting the days
till the train pulls in and when
the ropes, poles, canvas and banners
go up and then when he gets a
glimpse into the cages and sees the
animals he is quick to say, I told you
so, they had it all on the bill. Don't
forget the date, Monday 25, Titus-
ville.
STATE or OuO. CITY or TOUEDO. I
LUcas Covwry. Us.
FrnAwK J. CUNRxzy make oath that he is
th senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHnerY
& Co.. doin beianem In the city of Toledo,
county and state aformid. and that said firm
will pay the sum of Oo Hundred Dollars for
each and every camse of ctarrh that mnnot be
cured by thens of HAL.L's C TARE CUE,
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and isheuibed in my
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Thirty years business, with
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year-until we have to-day one
of the largest bsinesees in seeds
in this country-is the best of
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