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: 02 19, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00689
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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WA' Edwaflm mphn were
ub M oday by the arrival
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ithltb abfteroon for carry-
S bilp th tothe work en the

A Irbfhim Mr. A.J.Smbler,
whWb nw Ddmai ,tm st-the
ilW ymw old today, the 19th,
Sfit be. haaa wdla bashedid20

TItawalleIn a few days onhis way
dad the Mt Cost. ?jumerom
ids he win wish i many hap-

L l aid of tePrsyterian
eh-reh will give a mucal at the home
ofMn.G.W. Soobe, Thundayaf-
tsqnue, oFe P. at20. Admission
Mnt Ptoeedsto be used onthe
repair the Interior of the church.
A cordial invitation to all and a rare
dWeal treat db home talent is in
"atorfor *
There were some differences the
* a, t of the week between several
of the sh dealer and their fsher
men which, for a time, gave evidence
of severing businm relations be-
W maed a the dealers and the
but fortunately the affair
wauimIb aJusted Wedneeday to
timoanoea it is aid, of all par-

Klae's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's alige shirts, cuffs attaeb-
worth $1.50,
Al rinelyrts, new

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bed0 unsodgood high land
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Building lots and the best of pine-
apple land, at Horti, Banana river.
Address J. B. JONES,
Gun Repair Shop.
Guns stocked and shotguns re-
bored. All work guaranteed.
HmNY BENmCK, Titusvile, Fla.
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maMinlal AM tet mnp of Titu-
t all "qs(h40nt go
SRemember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when n Titasville.
Miss Helen. Miller leaves this af-
teraoon for Melbourne to spend a
couple ofdays with her sister, Mrs.
L. A. Peek.
Mr. A. J. Griffs has returned to
Titusville after an absence of two
yeas most of which time he spent at
Starke. Fla. -
Mr. P. Bennett and Mrs. L Cra-
hill, of Daytona, stopped at this place
Wednesday on their motor boat and
spent part of the day.
Mrs. W. T. Mather and Mimss Ver-
na and Master Townsend Monroe, af-
ter spending a week with relatives in
Eau Gallie, returned home Wednes-
Mr. T. H. Sanders and daughter,
Mrs. Walter Sweeney, of Indianola,
were registered at Palmhurst-Ster-
ling Friday and Saturday of last
The Hendrickson oil schooner an-
chored near Sand Point beacon dur-

Salea uie's

M6NTDAY, F=. 221909.
R a vmgA fohr ,New York to
buy my -ammer goods ever '`ing
mustgo, profits merifced
Ld coats and suits at l than
Ladies' Prietly cravanettes in the
r date sethat were sold for
0 t ml gDfor$M$
and 9M .
Suits that were sold for $25.00 and
$85.0will go for $15* and SAL
Unbeahed sheetingw, Pepperelli
Mill, kNown as the best on the mar-
ket, 9-4speclal price of 2 cents per
Some quality in 104s for M cents.
8-4 bleached, special 25 cents per
Natural colored linen, yad wide,
worth 40 cents per yard, Monday
only, 29 cents.
English Ki, very stylish for suits
or skrt worth 50 cents per yard,
seia 2 cents per yard.
Amoskeag apron checks, guaran-
teed fast color, best quality on the
market, Monday only, 13 yards for
Unbleached Sea Island, yard wide,
Monday's special 14 yards for $1N.
Ladies' shirtwaists, elaborately
trimmed, worth $2.50 and $3.00,
Monday's special, $L75.
White India linon, worth 25 cents,
Monday only, 19 cents per yard.
Yard wide Lonsdale. special I1
cents per yard, Monday only.
Titnmnlle Mnlrida-

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Cgars-maae by Jake Mmdel, Lw
ale by Banner Drug Store.
Mr. W. C. Howes, of Port Orage,
is spending a few days at his phmee.
pe plantation in Dade count this
The Ostering AmuentCo. have
their street carnival located m the
vacant Lundlot, commemcing bud-

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0thfAt a d apart of the seomd
-L*atr efGenedis, was fortcibly an-
a .etti. g forth, nw ideas abd
ig dearer the old am. Thesm
tIa r, m m varimed subjects, have
tm kn given from time to time
1w te dea before the Progrneie
ltuIm ddb, ad arefreeto all ad
these who fail to avail themselves of
the pportnity of hearing them do
not "eah what they iss.
Le turet on the Bible will be con-
tined oncea month by the ministers
of he dMerent churces, the Rev.
wMr. mSt of the Baptist church
oa ng anet with asubjectto be se-
lested by himself, but not yet an-
moi-ed. All are invited to attend.
SWashingto's birthday will be ob-
mrved by the Progreslve Culture
dub at their regular neeUm next
Monday afternoon, the 22nd inst, on
which occaiok all the numbers and
outside friends, also, who wish to do
so, are vpected to contribute a book
or its equivalent in cash to help stock
the library. It has been further
suggested and agreed to that each
one bring some clipping or article
pertaining to the life and history of
the illustrious'stateomen.
All friends of the orWailatlo ill
be heartfly welcomed on thisoccason.
s Dig Bargain Carava
The bigale at Braning's clothing
store, which was started up last Sat-
-rda morning, was the Matoni of
tmtday. All day loegI and up till
I tl ezit lights went out at mid.
night the large store was thronged
with buyer and a large force of
clerks were kept steadily buwait-
tag upon the people. Mr. Braning
had no hedtation in saying that he
wams astonished atthebulk of bminem
ad maid it was undoubtedly the larg-
est day's business ever done in Titus-
vike. The ale will be continued un-
til next Wed-day night when it will
positively end. The bargains that
wll be offered from nowon will be
as great or greater than during the
fit of the sle, so it will be to your
interest to supply yourself well with
the goods offered in all the various
Death of Mr. Charley Crabb
I Charles Wesley Crabb died at
Starke, Fla., Feb. 12th, 1 p. m., very
suddenly. He was found in bed as
though sleeping, but found to be un-
conscious. He died of "uremic co-
mia", brights disease. He wasmup
town Thursday and until about 9
p. m., and was in an unusually good
mood. However he had been a suf-
ferer for more than one year with
the dregd diaeaae.
He leaves a wife, two children and
one grandchild, besides a brother,
Mr. J. D. Crabb, and numerous
friends, he having lived in various
parts of the state.
The Novelty Store
Stationery Books
Pictures, Candy
Post Cds Toys
For Sale

nessn Wedneasday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle, of
South Tituville, were the gnts a o
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler and mother,
at Hotel Dixie, for dinner Wednes.
Mr. J. H. Joves and wife and Mr.
Dennis Shea, wife and two daughter,
from Willimantic, Conn., arrived at
Hotel Dixie last Saturday for several
weeks' stay.
Capt. Frank Wilson, of Canaveral,
was here last Friday having towed
the Jefford's fleet and outfit frop
Artesia to Indianola, where Mr. Jet-
fords takes charge of an orange grove
for Dr. W. P. Glover.
Messrs. J. R. Walker, H. G. Utley
and W. P. Giles went to Eau Gallie
yesterday for the purpose of lmtitw
ting a lodge of Knights of Pyths at
that pmlace.N.This shows that.Eau Gal-
lie is keeping abreast of the times.
A thoroughly pleasant afair was
the dance at the opera house last
night-this probably being the ht
dance on account of the near ap-
proach of the lenten season. The
Titusville orchestra furnished the
The long dock out from the Hotel
Dixie to the channel is completed and
open to thepublic. TheTattheend
is now being built and will provide
ample room for all the motor and
sailing craft of this section. This
work was supervised by Mr. Geo. B.
Capt. Thos. G. Knight, of Brook-
lyn, of the launch Rosemary, which
has been cruising in this section for
the past few weeks, purchased one of
the sea-skiffs and full outfit from
Mr. Preston the first of the week.
The latter is now cruising down the
An armless man gave a splendid
exhibition of trick bicycle and uni-
cycle riding at this place Saturday
morning which attracted considera-
ble attention. He really is a marvel
and would easily put to shame the
average trick bicycle rider with full
compliment of arms and hands.
Mr. Julius Kline has just had the
interior of his large store very hand-
somely papered this week, adding
very much to its appearance. He
will also have an additional display
of electric lights installed. By the
way, Mr. Kline expects to leave Sun-
day for New York to purchase his
stock of spring and summer goods
and will be away about three weeks.
I Sampson, the yeggman, who was
captured in Jacksonville Saturday
night while he was planning to crack
the safe in Burnett's saloon, has con-
fessed that his gang cracked the safe
in the Daytona postoffice Wednesday
night of last week. There were four
men in the gang and the stamps were
buried near Ormond. The postoffice
inspector hopes to recover the stamps
and locate the balance of the gang
through Sampson's confession.
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ing the heavy blow from the south- vis;ct "nua"
ward Monday, leaving early Tuesday Yacht Club Elects Officers .
morning for down the river points. A meeting of the members of the
Among the arrivals at Hotel Dixie Indian River Yacht club was held at
last Saturday were Dr. and Mrs. Ed- thelaw office of Mr. Geo. M. Rob-
ward Van Gan, of Uticam, N. Y., bimast Friday night. This was the
who stopped off on their return annual meeting for the election ,)f
homeward from a sojourn at Palm officers and by unanimous consent
Beach. the officers of the pat year were re-
Work on the new jail is about com- elected for the present year. The
pleted and Contractor Hall will soon usual order of business was transact-
complete the carpenter work on the ed after which the members adjourn-
sherif's new home. The ceiling and ed. The officers of the yacht club are
plumbing will be about completed as follows: Commodore, J. Loril-
this week. lard, Jr.; Vice Commodore, D. B.
The slaughter pen owned by the Pritchard; Secretary, H. G. Utley;
East Coast Cattle Co., located on the Treasurer,.E. B. Wager; President,
Raulerson place in LaGrange, was Adhemar Brady.
destroyed by fire last Friday, loss is hc N
estimated at about $800. The origin Cburch Notea
of the fire is not known and fortu- Rev. Wmin. Stones will preach on
nately a good deal of property that Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a. m.
had been kept in the building had and at Titusville at 7 p. m., Sunday
been removed and placed in a new school at 10 a. m.
barn nearby. Dean Robottom will officiate in
Real estate in the Sharpes section Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, on
is changing hands somewhat the past Sunday morning, Feb. 21st, at 11
few days. We are reliably informed o'clock and in St. Johns church, Eau
that Mr. Kline, who owns consider- Gallie, on Sunday evening at 7:30
able real estate in Pennsylvania and o'clock. Litany and lecture every
North Carolina, has purchased the Thursday evening in St. Gabriels
Hadfield property; he has also bought church, Titusville, at 7:30 o'clock.
the C. C. Mast place and sold half of Information Sought About Cold
same to Mrs. Spiller, of Chicago, a B ,
highly cultivated and most agreeable Melbourne Beach, Fla., Feb. 13, 1909.
entertainer, who is greatly welcomed To Editor of TE FLORIDA 8TAR.
to that section. Dr. G. W. Holmes For two weeks past I have hunted
has sold the Dennison property to through the state papers (all I could
Mr. Henry Luehrs and wife, of Chi- borrow from neighbors or steal the
cago; and the doctor was at the coun- reading of at hotels) to find out it
ty seat Tuesday to secure an abstract the freeze of Jan. 30 and 31 did any
fr w __ damage to gardens and groves west
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES of the Indian river, but, excepting
Pump leathers No. 2 pumpshalfsoles one dim reference to a "disaster,"
OST1, 2MOOR and F burner L stovtresses have seen nothing conspicuous or def-
Boat batteries, dry and Edison inite on the subject.
Art squares, Tapestry, Crex, Ingrain Over here on the east side there is
Extension tables, kitchen safes
CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342 no injury apparent greater than a
I .nches Sae slight discoloration of sweet potato
Inches for Salep vines and a drooping of a few leaves
20 ft., 21 h.p. on the outer branches of an aged but
21 ft., 5 h. p.
P. 0. Box 125, Cocoa, Fla. still fast growing hibiscus. Guavas
and ba-npia keep right on blooming
Horses For Sale and ripening their green fruit as is
One bay horse about 800 pounds usual in mild winters. Lowest tem-
and one Georgia pony of about 750 perature was 31.
pounds. Either will work anywhere. OLIVER Gnlas.
Further particulars address G., care
T= STAR office. Wanted
SPurchasers for Armour's fertilizer,
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Wemadc repldew beten
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ga qmealbes t bsoo sppeet ay
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01 et a* le I Asemoobemo-
.,N Fm -rM. Mm them ehou he
m A 1heAn bent
Isup Japanese to tahe lasa
poe maO m -p ofmothat ha. It
b bras TM al tonm This pie-

t. It well to himposeitc to sy th
a" minoweru*wiU bute r a
-WetMe1 uchthiags have beow
SUN" tabo u t A Co l a sappwe t- by
S' .1 to tm bradaw t be to be D ob
A Nes a* Smtli of a deny S dl
gm Uae w piath the servii ot that took
a *dmt and e w twoh the Japanese
f^ mhi am& mot jwmie- tatId. ft
,-is t tae of th w v um w ar the bt-
N ~ trt brawL Tbere was o mal-
Stery a th people If the south be
1 emmer tmia dMi not Indestany coast
o wbt of he t osmlble todny the
t -tt th people east of there wl b maln-

Stae moe to rteh COoluombia. attract-
ad- by the glowing accounts furambbed

S .peand prointhetal oven. d trulyd tbem-
SMvie tn competition of a degrading
is aMt with the serviomple labor of the
be rtt m d moe spo with the Japanese
dwa wtth the ChlnammL
SThe tit m of the civil war the bit
Seorld of tle people of the outh was
asetr th Jap of the twtorth andtuhe
on termstate did not understand them,
Setoorch orpeting itself the complaint
wa people west of the Rockiel todaytIs
that the people east of the great moun-
eta ra e tdo them t unJdertap and ap-
K*. predate the situation. And truly there
toi osad cor the complantt, but to the
SWho bw h tIpoed uprk on the white Imae
9m8 the equPai t wlope and hi family by
Sthe AsatiUr IntvasioI getting too
B\. grieous to beD bOne
The patlentou. the Chaer e theinaman
could be treated, bht the saucy. self
as bate te Jap of t evtwenmteth century.
Sl thanrm do the Amerlity or errty. Is
"too much oebr th Oelf 're et oute so
wag earned It Is this feeling that
- to ready at the root otthne wdaho other
MJe and dept o o the Pac b le of soised.
The te er often. The Japanee hio not
aee ft. tor to them the Jap is deferen-
Sat e omplaetant. bt to hands buhite
Maa who has to work on anytbin like
erm t of t equality with a Ji his eter-
akl oklnedk Is a bitter pUl-a con
tant therm In the fleh.
[; CuriukWly enough. the Chinese on the
tr. coast bate the Japs even more cordial.
ly than do the American wage earners.
and there have been many instances In

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their officers and to the department of -- -
militia at Ottawa. In all the coast
cities the sympathies of the polie are Tand
with the people against the Japa. WU
News as It reaches the east comes Q u d ity
mainly from the large cities, but It is
not In these with the exception of peal to the Well-Informed in eve
Vancouver, that the anti-Japanese feel- appeal to the Well-nomed in every
ing Is strongest. There Is little of It walk of life and are essential to permanent
to be discovered In Los Angeles. There success and creditable standing. Accor-
sto more In Ran Francisco. but It Is con- ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs
fined In a measure to certain parts of
the city and to certain classes. A and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of
study of the situation, however, in known value, but one of mnuy reasons
places like Stockton. San Jose. Sacra- why it is the best of personal and family
mento. Meed. Frem. and so onM Is laxatives is the fact that it cleanses,
sometlngs of a revelation. In these
loalites the anti-Japanese attitude sweetens and relieves the internal organs
has been taken up by a different class on which it acts without any debilitating
of people, principally the younger gen- after effects and without having to increase
eattoo who want the old association the quantity from time to time.
of vigilantes resurrected.
There are many rea why British It acts pleasantly and naturally and

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Ue you em't gala estate, b re
mea yom Angth your etasmUb it
tib week.
T Youn muat eat to ordertol ivb ad,
manlBtaBl Metngth.
Youa mu not diet, beames tha
, body mrequrea that you eat mu a
st amount of food r larty.
Bt this food must be digsted,
and it mut be digested thoroahly.
When the stomach cant do It,
you must take something tt will
help the stomach.
Th proper way to dola sto eat
what you want, and let Kodol dl-
uget the food.

Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak it needs help;
you must help it by giving It rest
=Ad Kodol will do that.

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We wl paorwD thedw* 9

We uld mtltaed hto uMse

what Kdol will do fo y.
It woMuld bamk r mup.
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Kodol ts made atthelahoratsi
of X. C. DeWitt Co., Chicag

Ws e -u s *b ed lsee .whlen tat is Is doubt prI*seworthy,
wqSe "s m s ~ as o wh Camita uOea dem eft s. it
e1itirm me a t asm*,* a lie ML. We pgem toa s af
~ Mm. 0aw e 0 r c ze s **t mimes eamd e I a anorwe, St
v Iete the uttle hrowu ma ad baseie er* ae~e saeadm" r wM
bltb -.orn s a me, hr r s a. het g&soa kib* M fte0 mapt-al
t Orf eae hy have omt eot siS i tos s own Cneat. HO e er to
*- alitAe hif tm and eny kmouw lW n a the 1me0 that 1 necemesry
%t ft w itnariaby esrewmsi -" dtt. -d Mn< o 10 his own countrymen to
te twnred his .employer an pay. do a the w k. and the whie man
Ualar. hail whoe rmoelt their does ao& take kindly to the project.
shoeel dan wU e ma eber how very After a carefl serve eof t wwhol
Mady *hted was a e medl boy of erth Amerks Paete ceest thee Is
hel wh was always palsedad little debt ia the mdat of the present
Sup. ohr Iiation Tnoe Pafec we.ter that tIn a settlement a the
w eamahas mch the ame aaneae m miraton dfl ty it 1
aut elof tin about the Japeanme, te .% OaMadan ets of Kting d6
eO. beltn a grown man instead of a ward who are I6kely to gre meat troll
chimlnbe., he has it worse, and.. be- W.
teta m that hoe s master of the situs-
ties, he means to et rid of the brown Save b y h~haber-
ineader, by c.tutlrmal isnabC It oan' g h
poable but, hifing these, by other You will yumas much fhra bottleof
ta deikasble methods which are cov. (MmhaedpIBs h Remedy a for aay of
Od i the phrase that is often heard -Mhe yi eaas M18t batsyo ve ms in w
"maka the coast too mighty un- nut what yyon paey. The mis-oa-wyou
healthy r Jape to live o It," qaaUMt hi ieverbelfee" ts r medy amd
We peope af te vingtroenm day to Iepyltewh- yota ke IL N-
&y with thois ravoe1s 5 deep mand when you buy a eough medine ye
dow their bearta It wants oly wantto bemae yes seSe a oUethat will
ee tr fting ncident to occur that eure yor cold. Chamberlain'a Oouh Rea-
wl In a ~Mm t tranatorm it into edy lway ebre. Price 25 and 0 cents a
overt action that would have far- be. For mlby Titusville Phbsrmuy.
reaching and very deplorble come- Cant look well, eat well or feel well with
eme. It it notthebosilnee of the impuablood feeding your body. Keepthe
pest writer to ofr. theoretical blooeed pan with Bardoek Blood BUitt. Eat
views s to the -ftuetl or to write aim ,t.akozemec's, keepclean mad youwill
denumelations of the wags earners of a if.
the Panlie a ,t Tn to a Slmple
on of ct o y eat-at GREEN PAINT BEST FOR HENS
which bare to be looked In the tace.
acts that 'every man familiar with Newfield (N. Y.) Man Pinds Summer
the coat must admit unless his in- Celor Makes Them Lay Mere osa.
formation Is obtained solely in club William H. Brown, down Newfield
ampking rooms expenalve hotels or way, near Ithaca, N. Y.. has discover-
e ees and private homes of lead- ed that light green houses make the
ng merchbants, shipownas and em- best kind of environment for bens. be-
ployees of labor. There isto a large and cause they lay more eggs when the
highly respectable and Influeptial benhouses are painted that color.
clam of people who come little tn con- Brown, who has experimented with
tact with the Japanese except In the the effects of colors on bens for some
capacity of servants. in which walk time. says he finds that his flock of
of lift they are admirable. This clam bens lay from one to three eggs more
of people are largely tolerant of the a day since be put the green paint on
little brown men and In many cases the henhouse. He noticed no percepti-
enthusaetlic stout them. Thti en- ble change when other colors were
tbuselas inJudJicusoly displayed, Is tried.
often the meaus of adding fuel to the The color theory is that the bens
eofting Ares of hatred, should have the same color scheme An
In a large hotel a German waiter their winter environment as nature
brought a new revolver to the writer's offers n spring and summer.
bedroom to ask hib opinion as to Its
merits. It was a cheap but deadly Peculiar Floating Deck.
littleagun. obtained from a firm In the The German naval constructors have
east by mall order. Asked as to his recently turned out a peculiar form of
motive In purchaslngr the weapon. the dock ship. Intended particularly for the
German waiter cheerfully answered, salvage of disabled submarines and
"To shoot Japs when we -drive them torpedo boats. It consists of two bulls
out." He added that many men of resembling shlps linked together, fore
his clams were buying guns. and aft, high above the water, by steel
Inquiry among the new and second girders made up of angles and plates.
hand dealers In firearms In the coast A torpedo boat or submarine can steam
ditiee elicited the fact that sales dur- between the two hulls and then be
Ing last year had bqen unprecedently lifted by cranes and tackles until it
large, and particularly was this the rests upon a platform formed by hing-
ease In British Columbia. There are ed beams projecting across from one
now no British soldiers In Canada. hall to the other. The propeller shafts
The garrison at Eaquimalt is manned of the dock ship are driven by electric
by men of the Canadian permanent motors.
force. Esqulmalt is about tour miles
from Victoria, the capital of British Use FoPer Despised Coklebur.
Columbia. and the men nto garrison Tihe despised cocklebur bids fair to
are depended upen to quell any anti- become a product of cultivation. An
Japanese or other riot that may break experiment of making oil from the
out weed In a mill erected for the purpose
The men spend much of their time at Vidalla. La.. is said to have proved
In Victoria. fraternistzing with the peo- very successful. and the firms in
pie there, and In the event of an anti- Jonesvllle. Ia.. have gone In for Its
Japanese riot they could not be de- gathering on a large scale. The pro-
pended upon to take an active part mothers of the plan say the future may
against their white fellow subjects, a develop a cocklebur plantation In place
fact which sla perfectly well known to of cotton.


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President feet's Novel Message to
His Newspaper Cabinet.
During the, recent trip of President
Beet Taft and his engineers to the
Isthmus of Panama on the armored
cruiser 'North Carolina the following
aaoe was siaaled to the Montana,
which conveyed the press represents.
tives of the party:
To My Newspaper Cabinet. In Care of
Captan RarnaDAs:
ow fre you. and how nzany of your
number have tbad to be put Is the brig?
For the beneft of the unenlightened
It may be well to explain that the brig
et a maM.o-war Is a prison place for
te*nctery bluejackets. The "cabinet"
apsgped the president elect of Its well
bsatz and good behavior and asked If

The Test Thit Tells

Dothan, Ala., Jan. 21, 190.
Dr. KHmer & Ce, Binghampton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-About one year ago two
of my children suffered badly from weak
kidaeys and diabet; their urine was
very bad and they would have Mse
speDs of dsan.|m, and were all run
down b health. I ws just about dis-
couraged. I tried several remedies and
bauly a doctor, but the did not seem
to imlve I knew of a friend who
was ax Swamp Root for ldny trou-
ible with good_ results, ai deced to
pt some. for the children. I noticed
he- wau some improvement after they
had taken two large bottl and con-
tihaed to give it to them they had
taken a half dosen bottles and were
ell on the way to recover. I think
wammp Root has done more for my chil-
dme thaanay other medicine I have
te!d ad I recommend it to one having
children who suffer as mine did.
R. W. UIenby,
City Clerk, Dothan, Ala.

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w*hen I- a aL I msa s aet

SiS ksees .eer sad sty wide
r t w perr-m e-ss Our t
mwe mbes a will _ever take I-
a=n them two -
lt hoaW si eats amed a the di-t
Smr lol t"I M id i -t&eOr th&

s ow my be ewvertId tot seats by
taf a lamr. Th elty-Ave per.
= soy be asted. It wlM coot about
to bwe fte ysert o earth I have
oo Ia. r Ibk the raheain people
w tam eto the Mea bmeeae wil afet
eatt- m aythiag to nee the car
for dbtlg pefpees. I w supply teo
wafeM ma*m teoN aw t as Uss 8eo
Miot t baw r a prepe w e m fhr the-

"It will be N oaim to have only we
kaews persormg- appear. A perform-
wr 90hing as ewgoment In New
JOeRL we will ey tomy togoho chicao
theme to 11an e-aeet. I wMll
book blenr her to appear t sy thea-
ter oar en thean ti wt l pay just
a little her the one day's appearance or
perhape merely noralho the actor's
1Weli own actors are always go-
tag and coming. There wi1 be a
change of bIl each day. Besldee theme
pertbrmera, their. will be moving plc-
tures. 1 expect to have at least two
performers and then the pictures. I
will bave a phonograph on band for
talking pictures."

Sparks, Ga., Jan. 11, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble; bad severe
paias in back and hips. Was treatedby
a physician, but without any benefit. I
noticed some Swamp Root advertising
and resolved to iet a trial. After
taki four I wa completely
re Have not suffered any iat
ae sinde and can ap
Root to anyone suffering fror kidney
taUble. Sincerely,
Mrs. E. V. Stevens.

Baptist Minister

Brinson, Ga,, Jan 20, 1900.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ringhompton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I suffered
severely with pain in my back and hips.
My back pained me eontimtlly and I
felt miserable. A friend recommended
Swamp Root. I obtained and took the
contents of two bottles when I felt re-
lief. My back has not troubled me since
and I can thoroughly recommend Swanp
Root to anyone suffering from kidney
troubles, as I find it afords me great
relief. Yours very truly,
Rev. E. T. Dawson.

Results After Using

Boston, Ga., Jan. 13, 1909.
Dr. Killer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with dia-
betes. I had severe pains in my back
and hips. A friend recommended Swamp
Root and I decided to give it a trial. I
obtained a bottle from a druggist and
after taking a few doses, felt relieved.
After taking several bottles the pain
was entirely gone and I have not suffer-
ed the slightest since. I cannot be too
enthusiastic in my praise of this won-
derful medicine and it gives me great
pleasure to give my testimonial in re-
gard to its merits.
J. Rountree,
Former Mayor and Member Legislature.
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp
Root and have also sold it in a number
of cases for kidney trouble and always
with perfect satisfaction.
J. C. Adams & Son.

m*o Ow what them toi w las Mt IWd
at mu h very e"pe.nWttmday od
Blht: was lsa pt up gene aly.
od noet sdeep m dhnam a eple
iomat ntm, was atly dB I ed

omt m-yin'1Wb.t extend un-
Sa one dollar bvot f Swat

lg to d i eeds and I fo low dtwith
anoe bottle andm experienced se
ot reef and benefit m same that
uebMsed fiv dos rs worth at Hunts-
vLl" and continued itsuseand am
now tok it, but in smaller des and
twice a dayin pleof four times a
day and beieveby the time present p
ply is used Willnbe tewellw I
am fee lin bttr now tha for ton year
past. Can eat a ee first class, in
tt faI am feeling so ood that I cannot
reost ted llinM about t. Youareat
liberty to p sl%-lh this ttio a b
you wish. Ve n respectully,
Thos. Stall.ard, U. SA. Retire
Box 7, R. R. No. 2, Elkwood, Ala.

A Cletaynhan

New Roads, La., Jan. 22, 1900.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., RIbws mpton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:-I write today to the pub-
le that your Swamp Root cured me of
kidney trouble. I was almost past go-
ing, having spasmodic spells with my
kidneys that were breaking down my
constitution. The best medical aid was
employed and they proceed my trou-
ble as alkali in the kidneys, but were un-
able to do me, any permanent good.
I took four bottle of Swamp Root and
became a well man. This was six years
or and I have had no trace of the trou-
ble. Yours for suffering men.
Rev. J. R. Taylor,
Pastor Baptist church, New Roads, La.

Mail Carrier's Experience

Blountville, Tenn.
I have been a rural letter carrier for
over five years. Some two years ago I
was taken with severe pains in my back.
I used medine from my family physi-
cian for several months without any ben-
fit. A friend, Mr. J. D. Nelson, advised
me to try your Swamp Root, but I had
no faith in it. I continued to grow
worse and at last decided to try this rem-
edy and bought two one-dollar bottles,
which I can truthfully say have com-
pletely cured me.
Had it not been for Swamp Root I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery service.
I advise all mail carriers who get pains
in their back that Swamp Root will cure
I was so bad that often my wife would
have to help me to arise.
M. B. Hendrickson,
Rural Letter Carrier, Route No. 2.

A Contractor

Donalsonville, Ga., Jan. 20, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-About four years ago I
suffered from kidney trouble and rheu- my hips. The pain across my
back became so severe that I could hard-
ly straighten up and could not walk with-
out dragging my feet. I would urinate
frequently and would have to rise two
or three times during the night, causing
me to suffer from loss of sleep. And
with the pain I was all run down and be-
gan to lose flesh. I saw Swamp Root
advertised and bought one bottle to try
it. After taking it I felt better and
could sleep all right at night. I contin-
ued to take it until I had taken four
larte bottles. I was entirely free from
any pain in the back and began to gain
in weight. I always recommend Swamp
Root to my friends as I think the cure
in my case remarkable.
Yours very truly,
M. H. Hickson, Donalsonville, Ga. (

Dr. KICmer'e likeness Is on the out
alde wrapper of every battle.

Beneficial in Severe Cases

Edgeekld, Tenn.
Dr. Klmer & Co., Bi*ghampton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-! hardly know how to
express my appreciation for the ood
your Swamp Root has done me. hfbad
been greatly troubled with my
and with pain the back; also with
what the doctors termed inflammation
of the neck of the bladder. Sometimes
my back would et in such shape that I
was almost helpless. I had triedseveral
doctors and medicines to no good effect,
and finally I noticed in sine paper
where Dr. Kilmer proposed to send a
sample bottle of his kidney rWirine,
Swamp Root, free by maiL I sent at
once and received promptly a sample
bottle. After takingit founditdid
me good. I then purchased two bottles
from our merchant, Mr. W. J. Elter.
After taking the nirdlcine I felt like a
new man, and each day rode five miles
to teach school. Youare atliberty to1
use this.etter or refer any one to me,
as I wil always be glad to tell them
what a wonderful remedy this Swamp
Root is. Mr. James Ivens, of Sun-
dereville, Tenn., is taking it with good
results. Very truly yours,
D. A. Montgomery,
Member Tennessee Legislature.
Rural Route No. 24, Edgeeld, Tenn.

Results It Has Proved

Dothan, Ala., Jan. 21, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghtmpton, N.T.
Dear Sirs:-Havebeen suffering more
or less from kidney trouble for the last
te years and was induced to try your
Swamp Root. Am happy to say or give
you testimonial that it has cured me. I
am a traveling salesman for Messrs.
Colgate & Co., New York, and am al-
ways traveling on the road. Drinking
the different waters affected my kid-
neys. Yours respectful,
Samuel Wolf.

A Prominent Mason

Jackson, Tenn.
According to my experience, I do not
consider there is anything to equal
Swamp Root for kidney affection.
Twice it relieved me when I was com-
pletely helpless.
The last time I was traveling in Texas
when my kidneys become affected and
for ten days I suffered excruciating
pains accompanied with severe chills.
Severalears previous having been re-
lieved of a similar attack I naturally
sought relief as before from Swamp
After using four of tne large size
bottles I was completely restored and
went on my way rejoicing and praising
Swamp Root. This was three years
ago and I have had no indication of a
return of the affliction.
J. C. Smith, Jr., 33 deg. Mason.

Fully Satisfied

Waycross, Ga., Jan. 5th, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:-During last October I
suffered from my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, who pre-
scribed for me, but his treatment did
not benefit me. After reading some
Swamp Root literature, I decided to give
it a trial. After taking a few doses, I
felt somewhat relieved, and after two
one-dollar bottles had been taken, I had
no pain and was completely cured. I
have not had the slightest pain in my
back or hips since. From my own ex-
perience I can cheerfully recommend
Swamp Root to any one suffering from
kidney trouble. Yours very truly.
Simon Martin. I
Mr. Martin conducts a carting and
transfer business.


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Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over A andsomely lIstratd weekly. arw -
the United States and foreign lands, expressing heartfelt gratitude for what claon of any sienubso e. Terms. 3a
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root has done for them. Y~: four tSL ba y u S we-.m
Do not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take tne place of Swamp MUNN &COis NeW Ytrk
Root-if you do you will be disappointed-insist on getting what you ask for a a oic. f .r 0t.was ato. D.c.
-there is no other medicine as good as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. I

Swamp Root is not recommended for everything, but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble or obliged;

to go often during the day and get up many times during the night, have smarting or irritation in
heart disturbance due to kidney trouble, Swamp Root will be found just the remedy you need.

passing or

Don't be Misled-For example, when you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the Great Kidney, Liver and
Bladder Remedy, don't allow any druggist, drug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into buying something
else in its place. Euerv time he succeeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes more profit, but you are

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Wseeoe that mayer work hard
o*M th reshorda growes of etrui

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lw an b ohe ea counties.
if News areo n Calinprnia thad
%I nise that a general redosti
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SThe people tof Florida will rely up
on their representative in congress
to ue their best endeavors to pro
Set dfe interests of the Citrus frui
: growers of this state by maintainin
.d. the present duties if possible.

Domt Be Misled
The rMta drgts of this country
as a elma, m otedhr their high stand
asd of ateig mee and honoable dal
* gbuit It is a well known fact that oc
tos o you t else whenyou il
tfor a r sty of eats ished repUatit
S He that your bel-th is more im
t~ha is poltretbook.
For example when you ask for Dr
Kimelr'sSwamp Roo, the great kidney
hvr and bladder remedy, don't let an]
s, drug clerk or storekeeper per
you into buying something else i
its Every time he succeed- iM
s you a worthless substitute hi
makes more profit, but you arehumbug-
god at the expense of your health.
For many years we have watched
witnte much thremarkable rec.
d maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. LFrom the very beginning th
iroa etot had so much confidence in i
Ihatthey invited everyone to send for i
free sample bottle so that-people could
dge of Its great curative value in even
the most distressing cases of kidney,
liver and bladder troubles.
On another page of this paper you
will fnd a few o6 the letters, prompted
by feelings of heartfelt gratitude tha
are constantl coming to Dr. Kilmer &
company. one can doubt such sin-
cere and honest testimony.
Swamp Root is prepared only by Dr
Kilmer & Company Laboratories, Bing
hampton, N. Y.-Don'texperiment-I:
u eed a medicine you should have the

e I U. Iot to be

r ittow bee sefs t e rte.
i o~A- s leaf, as ordg to their

theofilarvae o ertree. From
this let estimate, it evident that a
Slare umbrella tree y harbor. a
Shundred million htefy larvae
atoetime. Allow a dozen large
umbrella trees to a town, we may
Sha rde of 1,200,000 000 adult
,,t-e out of these trees
daing the later part of summer.
Careful observations have shown
Sthat these swarnng. million of
winged whitefes deposit only a corn-
parativy small number of eggs upon
the leaves f the Chinaberry and urn-
Sbrella trees at this time, but quit
these trees and deposit ep upon
food plants, prince pal cit-
rud, privetand cape jasmine. Wheth-
s er they do this timely, because
s the hinabemry trees lose their leaves
e in thefall d winter, so that the
Slarve from any em laid on their
leaves put die; or whether the leaves
of these trees have developed some
Srepelent quality; or whether the
i qutlingof thesetreesis caused by
popuaton, does not affect the
t result The ft is that these white-
Sflies swarm about, and either fly or
i are driven by the wind for long dis-
I tane,- many of them finding at last
suitable plants on which to deposit
their eggs.
SLast summer the small citrus trees
i at the experiment station were free
, from whitel; but in August and
e t er thousands of whiteflies
were hiring about and depositing
eggs, mso that by the end of fall these
h citrus trees were as heavily infested
as citrus trees commonly become.
The nearest infested trees from
8 which the whiteflies could have come
were umbrella trees in Gainesville
about a mile away so that the white-
t flies had to travel at least mile.
F That may whitafliep must have gone
farther out into the country than the
experiment station, can hardly be
doubted, considering the great num-
bers in which they were swarming
about, not only on, citrus trees, but
on other plants, on clothing, windows
- and vehicles. The principal food
- plants in Gainesville ahd north Flor-
idaare Chinaberry and umbrella trees
there being only enough citrus,privet
- and other evergreen food plants to
bring about the restocking of the de-
ciduous trees every spring.





Weekly Weather Report
TITueVILLu FLA.. Feb. 17. 190.
Iatm et oe itmierstarrt and rainfall for
t&e week e.Ainu Wedne-day.




Feb --.....--------....... ---
12------------------- 73 42
1..----------------- 77s
"14.------------------ 76 55
S 1.................------------ 77 SO
"1 ----- ---------- 78
la..................... 77 a6
SIS..................... 78 6s
"17.------- --------- 72
Total rainfll for the week .88 inches.
MAX L. Vox KoPPisow.
Cooperative Observer.
eaftMn oBmewt le Cured
leal apollname they cannot rea t
Vpeutmon of the ear. rhe i only on=
m to4mr deafasm and that is by oastitu
tiu mei m. Deaf is Ised by a las.
emi kea of the mueous ling erthe
ifM tbie Whe. thistaubte glaSiamed
u4 wlneit lisailel d Snddeshm" is
teM MA mule th"e 0-tl i beh
Sa amM this tubee restored ho aeam
4 0M. bhenas willbe dae rW#w r

That hundreds of millions of wing-
ed whiteflies may become matured on
Chinaberry and umbrella trees, and
that these hordes of insects may
swarm for the distance of at least a
mile, and perhaps several miles, from
their place of breeding is an.estab-
lished fact. Therefore these trees
should be destroyed before next
spring, and before they become in-
fested atain by the spring brood of
whiteflies. They should be destroyed
for three reasons.
1. Because these trees reduce the
efficiency of all measures for the con-
trol of the whitefly by one-half or
more, or perhaps nearly nullify them,
by setting free swarms of whiteflies
into the citrus trees at a time when
the fruit is maturing and it is most
desirable to have the trees free from
2. Because in newly infested local-
ities these trees are hastening the
dissemination of the whitefly into
the non-infested groves. Besides the
spreading of the whiteflies from them
through the air, teams are hitched
under such trees. and the vehicles be-
come agents in carrying the insects
into other parts of the country
or to other Chinaberry or umbrella
trees, undet which the team might
again be hitched.
3. Because of the nuisance to man
and beast from the myriads of white-
flies which frequently fill the air in
whitefly infested sections. That this
nuisance is principally due to the
presence of Chinaberry and umbrella
trees is evident from the fact that it
occurs in sections where there are
Chinaberry and umbrella trees, but
The 0e efoulefUnee
Idleme. means trouble for any one. It's
the mme with a lazy liver. It caues conati-
iX s a. .A.... -it_-

MY t. Uttle BRock, Ark., writes:
**I have been a suferer with the asth-
ma for about four years, and I tried
different kinds of edicines and could
not find any relief for it.
"I tried your medicines, bought a hot-
tle of Peruna, aad after taking about
half of it I must say that I have not had
the asthma sinea. Before I took the med-
icine I did not know what it was to go
to bed without having the asthma."
Systems Catrrh.
Mr. Samuel Burden, 701 Springfield
Ave., Summit, N. J., writes:
"In the fall of 1900 I had repeated
attacks of eold, which developed into
systemle catarrh.
"It left me very weak and all run
down. When I got up in the morning
It would take about an hour to get my
head and throat clear.
"It also left me with a very weakI
all-gone, empty feeling in my stomach,
which I thought j
was dyspepsia, for Weak amI AN
*which I tried dif- | g Bow.
ferent remedies
with very little improvement.
"I finally decided to give Peruna a
trial. I felt benefited with the flrstdose.
After taking three bottles I was en-
tirely cured. I cannot speak in too
high terms of your wonderful discov-
ery, Peruna."
Peruna it manufactured by the
Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio.
where few or no orange trees are
Don't Mistake the Cause of Tour Trou-
blee A Tituaville CitiNen Shows
How to Cure Them
Many people never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame,
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness; when
urinary trouble sets in they think it
will soon correct itself. And so it is
with all the other symptoms of kid-
ney disorders. That is just where
the danger lies. You must cure these
troubles or they may lead to diabetes
or bright's disease. The best remedy
to use is Doan's Kidney Pills. It
cures all ills which are caused by weak
or diseased kidneys. Titusville peo-
ple testify to permanent cures.
V. T. Worley, living in Titusville,
Fla., says: "For sometime my back
had been giving me considerable
trouble. Every time I contracted a
cold it settled in my kidneys and my
back would become so lame that I
could scarcely get around. I suffered
intensely when I stooped, and if I at-
tempted to lift anything, sharp
twinges would pass through my loins.
My kidneys did not act in their nor-
mal manner, and the secretions were
very unnatural in appearance. I
finally procured Doan's Kidney Pills
and used them as directed. They
banished the lameness and soreness
in my back and corrected the action of
the kidney secretions. I am pleased
to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills
to other sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name --Doan's-
and take no other.
Geronimo, the noted Indian chief, has
just died from pncuumonia.
Reason Enthroned
Because% nis at- air l" P t.ity tleny are -tii-
Suimed in exe'.-. Tiii. leads tost omachh
troiih.s. hniliuisn .. :tiil 'ii!tipatioii. Re-
vi.s y.oir diet. l't n.i..t, a:d nois t a patmlpErcd
appetite control. then take a few doses of
Chjmberlain'a Stomach IaId Liver Tablets
and you will hoon I1* well aaintiu. Try it. For
sale at Titusville Pharmacy. Samples free.

East 0Coast Meat Market


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We can save you money

01 Ask us for prices and allow
P 1us to prove this assertion
*4 We are agents for Ballard's Obelisk Flour, Chase
& Sanborn's and Barrington Hall Steel Cut
Coffees. Also the celebrated Mapes' Fertilizers
The famous Royal Scarlet brand of canned
'0 goods-the finest food products in the world
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East ast Lumber Supply

Dealers in Lumber and Bxitlditg
Material. Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Paints and Oils, Builders' Had-
ware and Crate Material : :


A pledid family hotel. Every ndcement ord Ap
ducking, heavy shooing, Lumber an d ld o o
sports. Guides, guns, sail and power boats furnished at hotel dock b.4
MateClub Privilege Muic Dancingds,
Pa in. Greenand Oils Geo. Gale
wae and rL andte Matnerial : :

gE. L. Brady Broj4

|" Dealers in

Writ We invite the public to visit our
Yards store and inspect our stock and Fort Pieroearn-
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VIb b 91AuL. rwr ups
I thi onbo~h avhaiAie timeand
Probably be hor the last of this

r L aidwin had the misfortune to
m t i t with the ax quiteseriooa
F ly. Ist ,Kday. He s doing well at
1 f- writing.
Si dayw Mis Helen Wadrworth leaves this
d hi di. week for Boton, after a pleasant
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I..t Wd Seaboru Wkdsworth.

Sidewalks. Thi The ball games at the school house
II-ado Usfeel e getting very itereating these
days. Itloolcsasifsomeofthefairer
pI mdo eltr& jt = sexe would throw a ball and catch as

Sr Mr. Peacock, ommiion merchant
S of Philadelphia, has been buying fruit
Sas par in Georgiana and has rented the Mun-
I i K, Till- son peking .house for a week to do
Wk for his &in. his pking and shipping.
M .anday Two entlm. from Minnesota,
whose nmtes we did not get, have
MS. W1da rowd ito been spending several days in town
S ia bey all looking about for a place to locate.
I vWy o ltig M. "Th They seemed much pleased with the
Iia II h wi (MimDaley Alford Hall place, now owned by the

I Imaa's aew song books for the Mr. C. L Stewart was shopping in
7 ..W, rd has resigned Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Ray decidan of this
at Coo to take uM p the lace, wer me iCosnear futurday.
owie ew aum booadforwithe Mr. C. J. Stewart wagan is visithopping herin

Jo s t-e as soon, as the son, Mr. J. R. Ragan, of Eau Gallie.
dles sen d a prea Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ragan and
Shiam. He has ceted damshter attended service at Lotus
and be in a-last Sunday.
"e, ,n GotPlace-s Rev. D. D. Diffenworth and wife,
SUr alHoward, Gord of Sebastian, were the guests of Mr.
01 r i niaSprg, Ga., White and Mrs. W. J. Ragan Saturday.
Sleng, Fla., and Chatta- A Valentine Party at Eau Calie
One of the most beautiful and en-
q ) ORGTAWA joyable functions in years was the
.Mr Stewart, a young man from valentine party given Friday eve-
*r. Stewart, a young man from v*
',itasviUe, is ctrkidng for Mr. C. D. ning at her home 'Granada"by Mrs.
S ro t. W.H.H. Gleason.
P, .Gay Japanese lanterns on lawn and
Qte a party from here went t verandahs lent a festive air to the
the h on Tuesday in Capt. Wad exterior while a color scheme of red
Worth s launch. and white, suggestive of the occasion,
W. Munson, who has been con- was carried out within doors.
fined to his bed the past week, is able The hall and back gallery, where
to be about the house again. frAppe was served during the eve-
SArchie Chambers has not been quite ning, were banked with palms and
so well the past two weeks. We hope, entwined with vines, transforming
Soon to have better news from him. ,them into bowers of tropical beauty.

Women's Secrets
S *e Is M m shm UId SIate whe has pMMerhaps hrd
sess woesm's memaetodm ay ther er or woman is tiha
seemI. Tihmese mIeeeb menses of *sil or sham, but
ad ees of iWl, er&tey have be moelfded to Dr.
dL V. ere dis ohe h *p mmeePo .1 mdvie Mid i help.
21Mby 61 isse Wemern hv e., &..pp..d.* Iir -.
lpenem Is proved oh et oha a etyeit per emt. of
Bs -m gem d by Dr. lem, have beameb eees -- y Wa, W
e ster ead ~mbS a sees d woMuld ie earkable M aheit
S-e eemd weeon, mbed by hbunredr y. BDot wnm
g Ieseed aIs e ~we -of ia m*ore PtahONus. m=.
mi lise Dr. Peae adhey as the s
i we do he osbmftetarn0 a dee.
3,sry awk w ma seank Dr. Pier by letter, ahsokeely witAsht
wrge. A A ploes e!e mendb, sealed lae pli. eavelopee, witheet
la whener, u.. rite without lar a with.
MRe M FM9| I 117emeay Mad-i Ael a.-m., Dr. R. V. Pier lw| Pes.,

A BACO& vw Wrene*

**- i -- 4 ,d d .m!, pob m Urewt.a mewq
amed p qtioa 4f valentipas fhe wI& co maYdv banking -rme
zapp pwaers, of which ooe co1m TRW* mB, 0 Wan NO, ew Tabk W T"a*M
j| ,. '. b*,amIBIN llt dJSSvflh Jack-etmw fl I te.
Not te of t9. .t.. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
wM w ttempting rFmentl ,
001vd as t evening waned. The
tabe in the center of the dianag room
was covered with aeloth of white pa.

rope of tiny hearts extended from a
large heart sspeade from the cei-
irto the four corners of the table,
in the center a cut glass bowl held
scarlet geraniums, ding Jas. Pritchard & Son
were red heart-shaped bonb trays U
Iled with mints and at each corr handle Finest of
white tpers burned in onFinest Lines of
shrouded n red. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Mrs. Gleason was slted in enter-
taining by Mrs. Pinnell of Missouri,
and Mrs. Rawley and Uis Bailey, of Our Stock f
Kentucky. Miss Powell, of Northr of
rolina and Cadet R rm, of the Guns and Sporting Goods
K. M. I., contributed largely to the tm
pleasure of the assembled guests by IS complete at all times
frequent selections of instrumental
music. Nothing which might have
added to the general enjoyment was Paints and Oils of Quality
overlooked. -
The guests numbered: Mie On Of our Specialtles
Gregg, Moreland, Botts and Scoggin,
Kentucky; Min Carr, West Virginia; Q nations for argeor small orders will
Miss Ainsworth, Michigan; Miss be given penal a ntion. MaOrde
Hyde, New York; Mias Powell, North so gi ted and peno n. i Order
Carolina, and Miss Horning, Messrs.
Hodgeon, R. Redstone, B. Redstone, TT IsV X
Major Beers,Major Ford,Major Don-
nan and Major Pieree, Cadets Pin-
nell, Peck, Greene, R. Rogers, J.

nogers. --
Notice of Fish Law
Notice is hereby given that at the *
next session of the legislature of the\ L ginP M Ao V Arumnd
state of Florida, the undersigned in- L O krvUoJ v Uas
tend to apply for the passage of a law
to prohibit fishing with haul seines
in the tide waters of the counties of in any considerable amount is
Brevard, St. Lucie and Dade. b \oth risky and unbusinesslike.
Ricou & O'Brien The greatest business men in the
East Coast Fish Co. world carry very little cash on
Indian River& LakeWorth\ \ their persons.
Fish Co.
R. Whyterson A check on the
Wm. Garrup
R. W. Godfrey is as good as cash anywhere. People with an account there -can
Carl Anderson start on their vacations or outings, can pay their expenses wherever
Carl Anderson they go, stay as long as they like and never have a single worry
Fred Ivins about their money being stolen or lost
F.: C. merlin, Sr. Why don't you have an account?
E. C. Summerlin, Jr -- --
R. C. Summerlin Jr. H. SPELL Dr. J. C. SPELL, Registered Phaaest
J. A. Summerlin
H. B. Summerlin
Tom Summerlin
Jan. 29th, 1909.

Clarendon Inn Burned Titusville, Florida
The Clarendon hotel, at Seabreeze, FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
was totally destroyed by fire at 5:30 PERFUMERY, STATIONERY, Etc.
o'clock Sunday morning. Soda Water and Ice Cream
The 225 prominent guests, regis- Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals

United States, were rudely awakened Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
United States, were rudely awakened haven't in stock
by the alarm of fire and gathering -
what they could of their wearing ap-
parel and baggage, rushed to the *
street, all being saved without injury.
As soon as the fire was discovered 1iliz f C r
the night clerk summoned the hotel
help, and everyone in the building
help, and everyone in the buildngThe people of Florida are awakening to the
was soon notified. The force was possibilities of a great development in Corn pro-
then organized and with the fire duction. Our SPECIAL FORMULA FOR CORN
fighting apparatus, they commenced has given wonderful results in heavy yields of
to battle with the blaze. solid corn and prevents White Smut. What it
At one time it appeared that the has done for others it will do for you. IDEAL
S but BRANDS include special formulas for all crops,
fire was under control, but the wind made from proper materials, and sold cheaper
shifted and the blaze broke out anew. than any other brand on the market.
In less than three quarters of an Write for prices.
hour the entire building had been
consumed by the angry flames.
The Clarendon hotel, which was Seed Potatoes---Rose No. 4
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Sstdes t ato ent tteselvs to
.b 1be alM. Our problem b
ni them M Wuake Metr.fathera
g. .ms. I 'the fathems are spedal-
ine. ~heprowem aofht eeol
Is b to goeralle th yeg- o
an over agme.
Abukas ElnesMts. for xa e.
X9 ; es d t have boee borm t
'? lm I e4y at Noew TYor. He
SM have nght Hew t~rk. Any
wo Matms Ne w Trk today
thiek Amrta. Thisebb

Gas. 1 m 0e t "tbe P Couury
aghp tWaeerad up amlefstre
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See I s m I WM ry to me how
euolM comte to getting Into jatl.
I Ulf tbaIwtSeWte a doll*oftemg
tbsntoaf. a& they nstot ine
f in t Pm tt M an and Preio-

t p oreN mmd chneer

SM. Lo wsmed to e mue Mass.-
Pml ] e ttm CeasMie Una s.
3" M hesMt MeOauw has adopted
f ae I bta which wtir
m ffm vw pIg1 I the Na-
t Mab a"4e am traen ralan
too the stbbnw bts e theey "ta
see n." th e epatme is the e6gm
e ateC t$hme utm play ArilAe
tOa ee nar the base rangers.
M e te and ties andt a"mte well
member Laths uas Cniteter w
0 bt bh ms and hueorist Both la
the pTagis poeates ad Ito the coach
a% h bo wathanm wre a red mecktese
vwth is o rt f ilar setaineg u, Iin
aiNdel to the ether parts of hts *un
a ar m na kbd hotm. His Sowr of
amor an oahess t aC "d dding"
SAmlbrat ajememt to eentaeds
d tkhe m tU elab's games, and
SStaRes ha t lrthe a leg while
tar ohe detariorated -as a player be-
en of this drawnlag pow. as a comae-
wam d bumerist.
attea will doe the unflaorm of the
GadteO and take his place in the
eacer's box while the Glants are at
bat and between coaching the tee
e and batemeand "getting the
goar of the opposing pitchers will
tfrnlsh an interesting delight to the
Now York games.

Over Two Hundred Want to Leap Off
New Strusture at New York.
anybody with an Irrepresslble desire
to jump off the new Queenaboro bridge
at New York on the day of Its open-
tag, June 12 next may properly send
mame and address to Mark L Stone of
the celebration committee unsolicited.
Mr. Stone has already received 235
appliesations from emulators of the
late Mr. Stoeve Brodle. He has clasi-
fied them as follows:
Proteusloaal divers, etc.................. 16
Freaks ...................................... 3
Would be uicides....................... 3
Unemployed ............................... 24
Ttal .......................... ..... ......... 2m
All the mine would be sauicdes. ac-

age ranging from eighteen to thirty-
two years. All the freaks have safety
devices, parachutes, pneumatic wingl
or arrangements of whirling tana.
Most of the unemployed hope that

the eoroamlmals want large fees In

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Mu-t U thes m WI*I I to i-
rW7bar sh-. e g. Jdto p w digmevebv

thbina m 4aerpntmen auG thhe mamea
ed e a de bav eadepte a s ot at O i e
aTvh te e s ned tbr- a moI $a h p INon and
Is a misaw In clos perathme. mya a
106k^^k- WSBis"a> m twl. os see" -b p L The ,nds,, were
Of, so Im sot atse 1 a90 a eoper e e the iggessmom of an d-
** a be. d f t 'v10ory boa011 d b praemiet Boaston phy-
ensea pa wfee as he di.M tr ed e e : They a:

Tho new IVeaMtlo, h aysM. extrsct mA after havnte tbees umrougy e-
t eets taddeUvers them usanly OWJ IM Uy P W"ab '
report othe a aiom shM beNle
a ewiy deg potatoes, to be fed to w the o alaiers records.
ap sor eattl. raked and btred or esoema.-No patet shal be referred for
l8I to ot and ftes t"le t o0 the 4oaeioeS*I or treatment to aay special
eith whih the e hreane or assistant. ave with the advice and
eesento e the patient's oaw phystaa.
to d ..* Third.-All patients who are not under
the eare oC a phyaelaa must ebooe one
TIwa a G0loiou Vietory and put himself to his care before they
ea rnreve InustrecUom at mnunanuel
Thau's g*eainB FPedoersTeM. A main's churc To thoee who ask for advtee to
Hife bIeam vd. ad now Dr. King's New this hboreM there shall beo handed a print-
DMvry is the talk the twa for u d alphabetical it of all the enera
C. V. Perpop deadly lug Mrrhu pratitone Inr the city.
esunet wst as get sheet" he writ.., "'ad
sl deimdl me ns ood. but after un "It thus rests wholly with the physi-
Dr Kig's Now Deovery three weeks, I feel can of this community (Bostono."
Uke a Mw m.a Mad mea do Nood work says the announcement, "and not with
*9a1w0 Mw r asor .e. the lEaBdo mmanuel clergy, to decide wheth-
rlM stm or s1MW afeetion its or or not a patient should be referred
a risvalad. T ri e Ms d La LO. Trial to a neurologist or other specialist and
bote ftee. Sold sad garsteed by Banner which patients, if any. are suitable for
Drug treatment by moral and religious re-
educateloni mmanuel. We believe
The Coyote to the R that under these rules the fundamental
Porthe alrt time In all history. tt is object of the movement deserves the
believed, the coyote who serenades thesupport of all physician and of th
moon to a distraction of weirdness ha support of a physgenerally."ns and of the
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a dererder, The fruit growers or tub
orthwest find the jack rabbit a mul-
tiplying enemy. His appetite for -the
bark of young fruIt trees concerns
them greatly. They reflect that the
bunted and an but exterminated coy-
ote is the only thing on earth that ean
and does run down a jack rabbit. and
so they propose laws ordering man's
hands to no longer bo raised against
the coyote.
To Limit Sp*d of Autos.
A farmers' Institute at Poctorla. 0.,
has asked the Ohio legislature to for-
bid by statute the making of automo-
bies that ca p faster than twenty-
elz mole an hour.
had mlaneholy. p bly caused by an iae.
tive liver. A bad liver askes eme erms saad
lnlia ams imndle and phial depre-
sio and may omit dar dy. BalAd's
Heeim is akamewleded to be the perfect
liver regulator. If yo' blue and out of
sbestab- a da y. A positive mrefor
biius h e, sepoale-m. hillsead feTer
a d0a111ver aMphielt. "amd by Thaeville
Phiamay dsad amner Dr g inW'Mo

Seats to APretet Prests.
The government is considering a
scheme for herding out 8.000 Angora
goats oa the bsh covered foothills of
Californla to eat away the bushy
growth and thereby protect the for-
ests. The goats will be properly
spread out over an area and then
properly guided so as to eat away
lanes to the forests. Thee laeas, It
Is calculated, win be 300 yards wide
and win serve to divide the forest into
patches, so to speak, so that it one
patch gets afire the Games will not
spread to the adjoining patches. The
Idea was made public by the bureau
of forestry to a report showing the
advantages of the plan.

Tips PFor Portes Only.
A bil has been Introducd nla the
Colorado legislature making It a mis-
demeanor to give. accept or olicitt a
tip except on a sleeping ear.

Many 1leepless Nights, Owing to a
Persistent Cough. Belief Found
"For several winters past my wife has been
troubled with a most persistent and disagree.
able cough, which invariably extended over
a period of several weeks and caused her many
sleeples nights." writes Will J. Hayner, edi-
tor of the Burley, Colo.. Bulletin. "Various
remedies were tried each year. with no bene-
ficial results. In November last the cough
again put in an appearance and my wife, act-
ing on the suggestion of a friend, purchased a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The
result was indeed marvelous. After three
doses the cough entirely disappeared and has
not manifested itself since." This remedy is
for sale by Titusville Pharmacy.
The One QuestioI.
Tho 4th of March draws near once
Again from ma to sea
We hear the question o'er and o'e.
"What will the climate be?"

No more we list with eager ears
When statesmen dasagrev.
One phrase reflects all hopes
ears-will t
"What will the climate ber


The tariff experts vainly plan
For trade well taxed or free.
We merely ask the weather man
"What will the climate be?"
-New York Herald.
Washington's Plague Spots
lie in low, marshybottoms of the Potomac. the

Hudson Memorial Aeross Spuyten
Duyvil Creek to Held the Resord.
The Hudson memorial bridge, con-
necting New York and Spuyten Duyvll,
which will commemorate the discovery
of the Hudson river by Hendrik Hud-
son nearly 800 years ago, will be about
1,500 feet long. with four semicircular
arches of 108 foot span on the Spuyten
Duyvl side and three on the New
York. with an arch of 700 feet between
them. The bridge will be of re-enforced
concrete, and it will be the largest
bridge ever built of stone, brick or con-
The crown of the main arch will be
185 feet above Spuyten Duyvfl creek.
or fifty feet higher than the floor of
the Brooklyn bridge. Massive concrete
plers 110 feet wide. 30 feet long and
180 feet high. Joined to the bridge
approacebes, will form the abutments
of the arch. On the top of both piers
at each side is a large sphere several
feet in diameter Inclined at an angle.
reprenting the earth.
Separate floors for the subway and
street trafe will be provided. The
lower one. sixty-five feet wide. will be
for subway tracks, pipe galleries and
water mains. The upper will over-
hang the lower and have a fifty foot
roadway, besides two wide sidewalks.
Nearly two years will be necessary
frbm the date of completing the arch
to the opening of the bridge for traffic.
making the total time for building the
bridge about three years.

New Feature In Fire Drill of an Ar-
gentine (Me.) Sehool.
If there is ever a fire at the Stanley
school In Argentine. Mo.. the "big"
boys and girls will take care of the
"little" ones. This school is outside
the fire limits, and great care is taken
with the fire drill. When the drill is
sounded the children march out. In
the ball a line of "older" children
marches beside a line of those from
the primary grade. The older child
must see that the "little one" gets out
The small boy and girl never know
whether their partner Is going to he a
larger boy or a larger girl. as It all
depends on the way they fill in line.
1. P. Butcher. superintendent of the
Argentine Fchools. and 4" F Aeiker
man. principal of the Stanley school.
held a fire drill at that school the oth
er day The building% w:1s emptied in
forty seconds. One hundred and for-
ty-four pupils are enrolled at this
Fire drills are conducted at the hblh
school and five grade schools in Argen-
tine once or twice every month.

This is just the time of year when you are
most likely to have kidney or bladder trouble
with rheumatism and rheumatic pains caused
by weak kidneys. Delays are dang.romts.
Get DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Iills. and I
be sure you get what you ask for. They are I
the best pills made for backache, weak hak,
urinary disorders, inflammation of the bladder '
etc. They are antiseptic and act Iprmptly.
We sell and recommend them. Banner Drug



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Clivoland P sdies Chiefs New Treat-
mont For Misdoeer
We are going to try a new treat-
megt for miscreants. This is the "bell
cure," ofat which Cleveland's chief of
police. Kohler, is the author. It is a
variatioo of the Goldeo Rule, but less
harsh. It has been tried oat and found
good. the chiet says. and will now be
a regular Institution. This is the way
It is worked.
Some saloon has been real noisy
lately, and one night the bartender
chides a vexatious patron with a
"Clang. clang." cones the patrol
wagon to the door. and. bang-banglin.
It stays there In the street until the
disturbance subsides. Then the wagon
rumbles back to the station-no ar-
rests. no jail. no police court trial
"Fine." says the chief, "tor the err-
Ing who are not riflous. It prevents
rows and disorders,. for the proprie-
tors of those places will lowebusiness
If the visits of the wagon are too fre-
Sometimes the distmrbers are put
Into the wagon and taken to head-
quarters after the bell has collected a
crowd. At headquarters they are re-
leased with a warning.
"Fine again." says the chief. "for
this shows the crowd that the place is
under police surveillance. and they
won't patronize It."
The police name for this treatment
Is "the highbaltl"

TuftI sPills
A "'I"rIId -versragesthobe Le
system, agimirducis
Dyspepsia, Costiuovem tRb...6, SaWlW SkisMWaedFiles..
Thm s w leesbtor I Nd r he

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flat"raouid test the
meulor merits of Our
NtbemaGrown Seed.
wewinl u"and postpaid our
r us 5l9'wm as" . aft
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Writ. li1day! $.r.-I ?11ea C t. 1101P i, p esay;.tq.and I
pactkic ~gAnt reo-'amo t *h sa- n.!.'e," n' k.
POUT r ith wa-r N'i.% .w If I Ve* .Arden t*,ude.

Plant Wood's Seeds
For The

Garden & Farm.
Thirty years in business, with
Ssteadily increasing trade every
year-until we have to-day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
in this country-is the best of
evidence as to
qT& Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Cow Peas, Soia Beans and



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much larger tanthis%" 1wutrut-ibit.-i,! L1V
printed in black Ink on aydioW CRI t d..
Druavists stand general mercl innts sellIiit
atb~cenwa bottle. or You vcartgt ida-
rect from usat"Ve same prive. This is
a delightful liver mrdichie.-promwt.
effective and exceedingly pleusent to
yourself-and you'll buy irsi'rv.
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aefor, 4.W arm s
ft' a mabe wood
be dam the saoe me after vary
wkr i left the shaft It Is their
q*a th at y e hadAtIscy In I
7 akf would he giftly aid by
.la-a- ---- ob ls for
ble bosses, me foremen. sn-
The report qFdeuds wth a plea for
the ed l"lls IS In theb hmad of b
"pOWN eIt sais-In seb a mUbe ot all
S..mniAbty eonectd wt the aft-
.' e the employees.

SGP" Chweh's Plan *to Relieve MHu.-
smen Wee sr IlL
P*4e61 a t usru *very kwd
Sm as wee er I endure. by say-
Shas bees undertaken. by Iaman-
e l Baptist chuarh, In C bea uader
Sthe ldesmap of the tev. Johnsow
Comfort metIns ar held dally.
In the comee f a feow day they have
reached as average attadance of fifty
+ rMsixty pIsomN To give them Ind-
v a attetilom f they need It a staff
at tralasd ass atants as bees sath-
Kl wed by Dr. Mys.
A phyItcII and a lawyer, both mea
a standing, have been retained by the
h urch and form a part of the co elt
g Istaf.
The et is arm held every morn.
ag. with sanlgli and prayer, to the
Ssete room of the church. A break-
.ast Is ngtve rue to *very one who Is
The simple service of song and pray-
I tt has been found, ho comfort
esaogh for many, but those who wish
to be advised or helped without talk-
tag about themselves in public are tak
ea Into side rooms, where advice or
assistance In fading a posltlom or spir-
tual comfort Is furnished. The hysl-
c ds aa d lawyer do not charge a fee
uaness directed by the church to do so
The church pays the hill where ndi-
v1ls 4.oaoat

Sa Wer a Out
whea es h e hashi s kaigh. It's
emv o tr lu ck rnD

SThe ltest hoba o the kair is
Nehw-aa fUntlaur4a somestiage-
Wed's walar5 sbNew1H"b1y.

SNMorn esnd fte elebara Nerwe-

-a ario hs had s lPe an rbeh t
ah w palsee at se. wun eb Is

History is that of the u-
prr Heiegabal-s paying divine
Sto bis meteoric god, for the
bead of the imperial city was high
priest in a temple whosegod was a
rode fragment of meteor stohe.
A mapAeent temple was built
for it m Rome. Every morning
hest. bs of balls and sheep were
fered, rkidns of the richest wines
re poured out and. much costly
mama was' burned. Every year
the meteoric god was carried with
Ceremony to another tem-
e n the suburbs. The chariot in
which it rode glittered with gold
&ad precious stones and was drawn
byx white horses in golden tap-
Bf The emperor himself
the reAWs walking backward, eo as
to hib eyes hel onbis god
mon their the people ran, behad
iueg torches and throwing iarlands
ofen sebed they victory o the
On another- oca al a meteoric
a the Aled an imaportained hi part in
Roman history. It for thin ancient
tiefs in Thrye .and was- wohip-
ed at d lean ed frby om the Sybil-
ande books that enan ee might be
m other of the gods." To it had
been asribon the vicPalatory of the R-ill, and,
masure over Hannibal in the fisent
Palynic war. o wheturn later years
the Cart0aguiian general had crow-
ad thein l and mated aicred his place
n Italt, orhe w yet forced the trou-
bled teoman wished for the won-
derful stone.
They had learned from the Sybil-
lione books that an enemy might be
expelled from Italy if the stone
were brought to Rome. So they
went to King Attalus, asking that it
might be sent. It was carried with
much ceremony to the Temple of
Victory on the Palatine hill, and,
sure enough, Hannibal was present-
ly compelled to return to Africa.
Having surauoeated incredible diffi-
culties, he was yet forced to yield to
a meteorite !-ondon Globe.
Bsared With a Hot Inn
or SMaded by overtrned koles, aut with a
halk, bruise by slummed doer. injured by
no u aa oher way, the thing needed at
U' ArmiSalve to subdue in-
Sa-mmom mad kill therai It's earth's ou-
preme healer, i llible Is, ulcer, fever.
serm, oea and piles. 25 cents at Banner
Drag Stoo

Sueoess In Raising a Zebra.
Dr. Alonso Melvin. chief of the bu-
reau of animal industry at Washing-
ton, has succeeded In breeding and
raaiing a sebra. As the department of
agriculture has been unsuccessful for
years in attempting to raise the zebra.
Dr. Melvin Is proud of his accomplish-
ment. 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 off his coat the
stripes will become more distinct.

Better Than a Marathon Raoe.
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
bench of those admirals to do their
Afty mil* walking test on a tanbark
track for half the gate receipts.
True Womaaly eeaty
No womn can be trly beatifl who has'a
l low omCplexioa emsed by a torpid liver.
To be matiftal woma mut have pood
beslth, mad tlsmbe mam plished byoe-
MioMally usig St. Joseh's Liver Bfslator
(eiter liqal or powder as yo like bet). It
keep theM-web epem msla ff thep -& m
Msa r amd imd way pa
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a Maw J Mob"ad
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^what W -sa dL aa a

.that he eamat talB a wsm*'s age at
ANMw amM w w-60a
--eat, -"- i10 bo

The clab was disueasing "Proble*i
That Vex." sad the chairman of the
eday Mr J. Henry MeKlnle, harins
had the unique experience of having
had a aest-grTmmotber with whom
in br ehInhbood she learned to play
an" and "old maid," bad asked
Mrsn. I6er to talk about growing old
Tracefuy, as one of the meet rvexin
roble she knew. Her own grand-
mother ad lived to a very old age,
having haa. bore a Mulberry tude4P I
17I0, and she knew there was some-
thias to ay about old age.
ix aShei Go As Yon f leame n ame
Ber imy tuis bthas in thas
twat me tU mae every iht earryla a
bmtby Atd they weouer what the inr is.
Chame. ar the chUl is einrag--worm aa
easing atl o its food. Mot ehidren have
wemrn, years needn't. White's Csnm Verm.
Ukip wil ot rid of the w oiethm
thae iMd. Prime n M Ieis e. l dby
TeoMllhe PhanMcy mad Drg S M.
Arts Elder Days
All the works of art buried in an
lgptian tomb were intended to
list 10,000 years. That intention
everned the arts and reacted
upon the style of the art of Egypt.
It is a most important fact-per-
bapr the most important and fun-
dasntal fact that the student of
Egyptian art has to ramber.
Thee 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 visi-
bly shaped in the form required,
and that was all. The art of the
Egyptian tomb was to serve a use-
ful purpose, not to please. Sir
Martin Conway in North American
Modern Vaudeville.
Dooley-I seen your girl on State
street yesterday. (Slaps Hooley
with folded newspaper.)
Hooley What! You seen my
girl? Why, I'm a married man.
(Slaps Dooley with folded newspa-



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Dooley-Well, I seen your hired
girl. (Slaps Hooly with folded FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
no With the kind per- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 77. Effective January 5, 1900

minsion of the audience we will now No. go No. 5 1 No.31 Nor 29 MAN U I |DAILY n. 14 | DAILY DAILY
s that pathetic ballad entitled DAILY DAILY | DAILY DAILY J NAI D7 4 DAILY DAILY DAIL
"When Peroxide Turns the Marcel 9 p 3 1000 am 7 amL Jackonville . n7 pm 7 40 pm 115 pmm 10a
mic en Peroxide Turns theMarcel 10 50 pin 4 50 p i am 60m Lv St.Augustlne Ar 610 pm pus 0 42 7 as
Wave to Gold." Professor, tear off 11 48 pm 6 88 pm 11 57 am 9 4 am L.. East Palatka Lv 16 pm 54Spm 47 am 4 am
Little music, please. ;ao **-... i 2 nI5 pm .......... Lv HotelOrmond L ............ 4 04 pm ...... ............
a little music, please. ChnCago 24 am t. ,m I 3 ptI 1127im .Lv... Ormud... LrS 34pm 8 54 pm 8 3 am 4an 2a
Journal 136am 706pm 1 45 pmI1140awnLv....Daytuo a ...Lv 3 pm 344 pm 824am 419am
ou*rml. 2 20 am 7 42 pm 2 22 pm 12 2 pm Lv New Smyrna Lv 2 47 pm 3 17 pm 00 am 8 41a
8 14 am S 35 pm 320 pm 1 30 pm l .' ...Tit'i le._.. Lv 1 0 pm 220pm 6S0am S Xam
Baby H andsa ... ............... 2 11 pm Lv......<',cua .. Lv12 47 pmn ............. .............
Ua ii. 6iam 91wpm 367pm 2 S1 pin;Lv...Rocklkldge....L% 1243 pm i46 pm S IS m 14m-
will get into mischief-often it means a burn ............................ 2 50 pmLv ..Kau (> e.. Lv pmI ........
or cut or cald. Apply Ballard's Snow Lini- ........ ..............3 W pm.L.. Melbourne. LvI 6t am .................... .....
went just soon as the accident happens. and 02 am t11 30 p pm pm S U .pm L TPere. ...Lv.10 1 am 11 40 am 4 20) 11 15 p
the painwill be relieved while t.e wound a le ....... 10p 7 25 Ar..PamBach.. -Lv7 0am 0 Sam 8- 0pms
will beal quickly and nicely. Asure cure 10 50am i0am102Spm1015pmAr. Miami. L L 44am ail am 00pm
for sprain, rheumatism and all pains. Pri ce 1 20m 3 40 am ....m......m.... Lv Mml......A..................11 0 pm 60fpm
S5c.. c. and *$l.oOabottle. Sold by Titus- 12 ~ pm .............. .......Ar .Home-teed...Lv....................... 400pm
ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Storr. 2 34 pm 822l am ......... i.......... L.. L..... .......... 9 06 pm 1 47 pm
30 l.m 7 0 *am ......i ..........iAr Kn thts K'ey. Lv ......... . .... 8 a0 m 1 00
.0 p .m .... Via P. & 0.8.8. Co..Ar *KevWest. Lv Via P. & O.S. Co........ 0 Ta
Hives, eczema. itch orm lt rheunm i setyU ...... 4 30 pm Via P.& 0. S. R. Co.Ar Havana.. Lv Va P. & O. S.8.Co.1100 am .
erazy. Can't bear )he touch of your clothing.
NDan's Ointment cures the most obstinate *Dally exeprt Sunday. Trains do nit stop at Sta tons at which no time Is shown.
case. Why suffer! All druggists sell it. PALATKA BRANCH
Areable Theatrical Innovation. rLeave t EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO EAST ArriveZl t
Maxine Elliott's theater is the first I PALATIA Plalk lat- I PALATKA P!s-
New York playhouse to furnish pro- 5 20 m .........No. 46 Daily.......... 5 40 am 5 45 ...No. 47 Daily ........ 06am
grams that are destitute of advertls-. 60 m .......... am am......... 49 ay.......... 0 a
sthata840am.......No. so Daily....... 9 00 aw 9 t3am...........No. bDily........... S3as
Ing. Moreover, they are chastely 9 amm .... No.5 I) Daly... ....... 10 15 am....o. Daily........ 11 00 am
12P01pm .......No. 51Daily .......4225Ipm 3 10,m ........o.5 "Daily......320pm
printed and pleasing to the eye: also ) 4V)pm ...-No. 5 Daily.. .....440pm ........... 57 Daily...... sp
the musicians do their work in a pit a 50 pm ..... No. DA Plly..........6 10p im 11 2U ;m .......No. 5 r0aily....... 1140 pm
under the apron of the stage. and their pm Daily .. 12 am ......No..6. D .iy ...12am
harmonies wiercolate to the auditorium SAN MATEO BRANCH -
through a screen of bay leaves. Nor s Leave a EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Sana Leave san SAN MATE) TO EAST fArrive2m
there in that orchestra any trombone Pala tka SAN MATEO ~At isteo PALAT"KA Palat
nor yet any cornet nor cymbals nor I- -
anything to smite the ear rudely. 7 24am .........Nn. 49 Daily.......... 0 n ,m a m ....... No. o Dly.......... s am
There are only strings-harps and v p o- ..........No. 13 bly......... 3 pm 3 pm.........o. 4 Day ........ 4 10 pm
lths. No.2 no. U o.1 o N.1 o o. No.3
Ask Toam lfthe Gstion only so. only Daly a. ., MAYPORT BRANCH y su onlyD
Why ot ueChamberlain'sLiniment when S0pi am 0 peS 40 amLv ......PJackbon aleah..... L am i 0 pm 4 lspm
yo haverbeumtism? We feel O r that the ~W pmo1 am 6n pm 4 m!p a...... ee ... Lv4 ami 1 pm l@ 4 1p
result will be prompt and ..ria*0ory. It 0m 0O1110 am 7 o pm O00 amAr.. ..... Mavpnt 1.. :Lv am 120 4 m
hw ered other, why otyea? Try L It I I ..,s., ".. -
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,' OOnaistng 'of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Trunks,
S' Qit Oase and Telesoopes and Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Hosiery
To Go at Any Old Price for the Next FOUR DAYS

The Stook has been badly depleted by the terrific selling of the last six days-some
lines entirely sold out, but there still remains hundreds of wonderful bargains. Six
tremendously busy days are gone, and only four remain; so don't delay, for sale posi-
tively ends Wednesday, February 24th








ANY Ian's Suit in the House

ANY Boy's $2.00, 3.00 and 4.00 Suit in the House
ANY $1.50, or 2.00 Shirt in the House :
ANY 50c., 75c. and some $1.00 Shirts -
ANY $1.50 or 2.00 Hat in the House





Reduced Prices



That's the present condition of this sale-the power of your money grows as the end draws near
One dollar here will positively do the work of three elsewhere
No regard for original cost or value-everything to go at a mere fraction of its former price
We don't want the goods-we want the money they represent



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