Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 03 5, 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: VID00691
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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tde i, .beta dametsr would have
a tf adst wish fulfilled.
Mr. L D.Geagr, whohaabesnm m-
# lp 0 Advocate for sevea
msmaldfttheflMd teo week
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WY t *t mat work made
M T. MNr. oary Wofhm ha r.
Ae ph m porme polwar bat hew
Indin thI e offMl In os $12e
o lyra the te de stoc..
Mr. J. C. Hepkims eor g ycebt,
tw~on uwent a th fre
0th oo Januaryt
Tuesday, having cruised as far south
mto Laudero ae with Mr. and
S MR. lJoba C. Hopkins and Bayard
Brgna ron board. The Pronto will
S ew e oe for the summer at
NIsa barne railway. Mr. Hop-
im-expects to bring down a 48-foot
cruiser next winter. This party is
stopping at Hotel Dixie this week be-
fore leaving for their home in New
York city.
To Lovers of Good Music
A Simplex piano player, brand new
with 50 rolls of music is offered by
Indian River Music Hiouse for $12
only for a while to reduce stock.
Of Interest to Teachers
Stetson university offers free tui-
tion, free room rent and a reduced
rate for boarding to teachers and
prospective teachers who wish to take
the review course in the normal de.
m dur the spring term, be-
March st, and continue
nine weeks. All the railroads
Florida have consented to trana
p ad "edfced rate of ald fe.
eOB sale March 29h, 30th and
31st, 1909. Good for return till June
1,1909. A neat little bulletin giving
full information concerning courses
offered, etc., etc., can be had by ad-
dredng a ard to
A. L. L. Suu ,
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i-. p.C=nLpIt of Qump QaL
_fleh rrbeidh -hisa junek arrwind
*o w oa ambition, so eay the all
mth itebo wythem.
Our spring ln o Wilon Bros.
Underwear, hosiery and furn-
have JUt arrived and are
mop your =nieen
The large hipment of men's trous-
as which arrived this week are win-
Our Haaf straw hats were never
pttr, latest just arrived.
We ea ft you from head to foot,
vrything new and p-todare. See
our window for all the latest styles.
New goods arriving daiy.
WINSTON BRANNING
The One Price Store
To the Publc
I bsleave to exprr mN pera
troa the feeli of D. L.
Gma'ammas ownby his appeal, pub-
5 Del aVmOt W IS SrAaad Advo-
eats.
While am always glad to have the
d wilU ad pport of all our peo-
le1 m WO p fto ertorm my du.
a u krlff, I emod not for one
mmMot think of accepting a public
oitribution for mpy performing
th dutythtatmy oath of oifiAre-
quiim anmy mconsine dictate is
t. true tht ave been to very
ra.t epense sinde the cmi......o
o the ootrmej my efforts to cap-
tm Will M d not only ex-
pee, but many weary days and
,htsof worryand anxiety, but I
BMr let Ppon tra lormyeffarta
au it aem now, my effort were
me t ~i, I rel melj amppeammted
with what will be due m byreward
alrdy offered, and with to reatr
mtccon thatIb vedonemyduty
ad with the earty approval of our
people. Yours y,
J. P. BNaWN, Sheriff.
KlWn's Geot Furishing Dep't
We have received a hipment of
A.. K bebaum's men's ping and
m t- at-grments for men of
affair, a well a for theyoung man
a tadeny to more ponounced

Titusile, orida
PtoiressoveCltre Club&V.LA.
At the annual meeting of the Pro-
greive Culture club, held in club
oom March lt 190b the flowing
eort were handed mn:
rBe~ asecretary and treas-
re of P.. C., reports:.
ed..------------$77............... 7.8
Pwr k....-.... --............. $30.71
Repair Presbyterian church-.... - 10.00
Cleaning grounds of church-----. 4.00


Total


$ 53.86


Balance in bank ... ... 23.52
Mrs. Rathbun, treasurer of the
V. I. A., reports:
Received - .---- ... $ 32.95
orpended-
For work on streets, park and
barrels ....... ..... $ 23.55
Balance in bank to date ..- -- 31.80
Mrs. A. Brady, chairman of ceme-
tery committee, reports:
Received ...---..----.. $44.35
Expended-
For work in cemetery and 10 ft.
grnbbed around same -----......- $24.65
Fiber and spreading same on ave-
nue and walk_... 12.75


Balance in hand -


Total $ 37.40
-$ 6.95


MRs. ADHEMAR BRADY,
Pres. P. C. C. &'V. I. A.
For Sale
A fine lot fronting 100 feet on In-
dian river. JOHN HENRY.
Launches for Sale


20 ft., 21 h. p.
25 ft., 5 h. p.
P. O. Box 125, Cocoa, Fla.
Oranzfe and Granufruit Tre.e


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L GOSSIP CleaanceSulillne's

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IJW A uWVIW In order to make room for our.
_ spring and summer stock which is be-
Il ully sbeated by Mr. Kine,
m e. .c clothingn, dry goods,
U no CM U of gents '11- -furnishinsI hats, shoew
Dr. Mue Dinsat. t, .ml. trunks and dree suit eases, will be
wold at special reduced prices. This
A Ultttle boy wasborn to Mr. and Is positively and without exaggera-
Mrs. Frank Baker, at aGrane, tion an opportunity for real bargains
Wednesday. Taffeta silk 36 inches wide, colors
Master Richard Robbins arrived black, brown and navy, special 96
home Wednesday from Winter Park ent per y ....
and will join the K. M. I. at Eau Gal-. Coloed mohair s cilians, colors
lie, for which place he left yesterday. black, navy, gray, cream, white and
S _-champ-gne, spe5al M cnts pe yard.
The run boat brought down 11.000 Shadow striped mohairs, best -
mullet one day the past week from lish make, colors black and navy, 42
Allenhurst, the result of one night's inches wide, value $1.50, special 96
eatch at that place, which put about cents per yard.
$27 in the pockets of less than a Plain mohair, best English make,
domn fisherman. colors black, navy and brown, 42
There will be a meeting of the Bre- inee wide, value $1.60, special96
vard County Medical =oc this Friety V= Clts per yard.
day afternoon in Titusville from 1:80 tions to match oWed n sets, per
to 8:20 o'clock for the annual election
of officers. The special subjet, "he dozs yards 9 cents.
o PracticT of eMedicmineby Ualeee ERimbroideies at half and less than
P t o iDdhalf Selling Arces, nainsook, cambric
Persons," will be taken up anddi- ds-lin-in fioune -
cussed. and swasofnrte f
mns and al overs, in tie of
Mr. I. N. Johnson, proprietor of small fine materials, also large effee-
the Palmhurst, and his charming tive
daughter, Miss Mamie, left for Tam- Recei dai shipments of ladie
pa Jacksonville and Augusta Mon- means, bo and hld 's oxfords,
day. Miss Johnson wilF remain in pumps nd ankle ties, a beautiful as-
Augusta for some time visiting her sortment of patent leather, pate
grandmother and aunt. colts, un metal, vid kid, tan, Russia,
Col. C. W. Fowler, head of the Ken- pewian" l
tucky Military Institute, at Eau Gal- Jm Kmix, m
lie. Ihm- mnted an lnvitation fr the Titusville, Florida.


atine for the last two days of, he
Ponce de n ebration and par-
tiipa in the program the first week

Mrs. H. A. Cook and babyexpect
to return to Titton, Ga., y after
a short vialt here with e cousin.
Mrs. Robin, and Mrs. bla wgil
accomany s. Cook as far as Jack-
Ssonvile, whee she epets to meet
her ; 0 and ant, w9 will visit her
for a while.
A petition with over a thousand
names was presented to the county
commissioners of Volusia this week
asking for. county seat election.
New Smyra is the prospective can
didate and is said to be into win.. It
might be well to remember, however,
that a goodly number have signed the
petition, no doubt, who will favor
DeLand, the present county seat, in
order to settle the matter for the
next ten years.
Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at La-
Grangeat 11 a. m.next Sunday, and
at Titusville, in the Baptist church, at
7 p. m.
Rev. Dr. Badger will preach in the
Presbyterian church, Titusville, next
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock on Nine
in One Offering.
Dean Robottom will conduct the
religious service in the chapel of the
Kentucky Military Institute on Sun-
day next at 3 p. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Johns church, Eau Gallie, on Sunday
morning, March 7th, at 10:30, and in
Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, on
Sunday evening at 7:30.
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City
Point Sunday, March 7. at 10:30 a m.
This will be his last service at City
Point. The charge has been divided
and Dr. Hawk will have the pastorate
of the Eau Gallie and Georgiana
churches.
Bishop Gray has announced the fol-
lowing appointments for Brevard
county: Tuesday, March 9, Titus-
ville; Wednesday March 10, Cocoa;
Thursday, March 11, Courtenay;
Friday, March 12, Merritt; Sunday,
Mar-h 14, Melbourne in the morning
and Eau Gallie in the evening.


Lumber Locomotive Damaged
Some unknown person opened the
throttle of the locomotive of the TI-
tusville Lmber Co. Saturday night
after the en hd left the hd lft the
on the track justnorth of thecom-
minsry. There as m about 0 or 90
pounds steam pressure and soon the
engine gained headway and proceed-
ed southward pushing several log
can off the track and damaging the
pilot of the engine about $560 worth.
It required the best part of a force
of men workir" Monday to get the
log cars back on the track again.
Engineer Houston will see to it here-
after that all steam pressure is off
before leaving the engine for the
night It has ben the custom to
leave the loeiootiv, farther up the
track in order to save it from destrue-
tion in ease the saw mill should be
burnt.
Florida Boats at Palm Beach
Judging from the entries which


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have been made for the motor boat had the same towed to Melbourne for
races at Palm Beach, Florida will be overhauling and installation of a
well represented and out of the list Lamb motor, had the boat brought
of prizes, which is estimated to be back here the first of this week to
worth $3,000, Florida boats will un- Nelson's ways in order to have the
doubtedly get a portion. work completed. Delay in getting
The regatta begins on the 16th inst, the work done was the cause of Mr.
and there is yet time for many more Hedden bringing his hull to Titus-
entries of northern boats although ville. Several men are now pushing
it is now assured that the Dixie II the work to completion.
will not be entered as she will be rac- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
ing in Europe. Pump leathers No. 2 pumps half soles
The following is the list of boats OSTERMOOR and FELT mattresses
which have been entered so far: 1, 2 and 3 burner gasoline stoves
The Courier, W. J. Connors, of Boat batteries, dry and Edison
Buffalo. Art squares, Tapestry, Crex, Ingrain
ffa o. ,Extension tables, kitchen safes
Trente Sept and Bruiser, George CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
Gingras, Rockledge.
Kitty Sparks, Charles Furthmann, Allenhurst is Now a Postoffice
New York.
Messenger Boy, Geo. E. Andrews, The new postoffice Allenhurst was
Palm Beach. opened for business this week with
Possum and Flying Fish, Lieut. J. H. Allen as postmaster. Most of
Hugh Willoughby, Newport. the mail heretofore sent to Clifton
Dewey, W. F. Coachman, Jackson-
ville. will now go to Allenhurst. These
Dennison III, Commodore Cristo- two offices are less than two miles
pher Gallagher, Philadelphia. apart. Shiloh, the next postoffice
Dixolite IV, Jupiter. north of Clifton. risrht at the linp di-


Country Produce Wainted Card of Thanks
Fresh vegetables of all kds and We wish to thank all who so kindly
GREEN & GALE, Proprietors, tendered their services during the
Recent illness and death of our baby.
Gun Repair Shop. MR. AND MRS. B. A. NORWOOD.
Guns stocked and shotguns re- Building Material
bored. All work rnaranteed .... :.. ..


viding Brevard and Volusia counties,
will become a money order office with-
in the next week or so.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
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LATEST NEWS

AND IMCIDET

PTn ag li 6- n To

Cigar --made by Jake Medl, for
ale bBanner Drug Store.
Com. J. Lorilard, Jr., has his fam-
ily now on board the Arrah Wanas,
ready for a cruise to Palm Beach.
The flowing well and water bsin
in front of Hotel Dixie has been re-
stored to its former state and is a
great improvement.
Mr. W. H. Praetorius, formerly
of Banana river, has just returned
here from Gonnecticut and will en-
gage in the fishing business. After
leaving this section somethingover a
year ago, Mr. Praetorius lived in San-
ford for a while having spent but a
few months in the north the past
year.
A man with seven years' experi-
ence in electrical work and about
twelve years in undertaking bsine
desires to get situation on lndian
river in the electric, hardware or un-
dertaking lines. Will contrmtwith.
right party for a very rumale
consideration for one year. Addrss
X, care Tux z rs.
Messrs. W. L. Swindle and L.W.
Hale have formed a copartnership to
be known as Swindle & Halle, fish
dealers, and will have their shipping
house on the dock leading t from
Mr. Swindle's place, on the Deespine
grant, about a mile south of town.
Mr. Hale has had years of experience
in the fish business and knows it thor-
oughly. We wish the new firm sue-

The Miami News-Record contains
the following personal mention yes-
terday: Hon. Minor S. Jones is gain
in Miami, being here to preside over
the circuit court. He is looking well
and his many friends who live in Mi-
ami are more than glad to seehim
again. Judge Jones is not only a
prominent jurist but he is a gentle-
man of the old school and he is held
in the highest esteem by the people
of Dade county.
Mr. W. T. Hedden, of Dowagiae,
Mich., who purchased the hull known
as the Eclectic from the Bralnard's,
at Valkaria, about six weeks ago and



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aid o the rdoht hi the date "19W."*
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Motto 813 Pinibus Unum," with on.
deI-eath to the center the words "One
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wheat 0a each ade.
It Is belileed that the Lincolne mead
aes bees seed Oa osly one coin before
the fte cent design In nickel of 186.
It ft -sid that not more than are of
the LteolnA rte cent plec were
sFu'k to nickel and that single Im.
pIloas new sell for about $12 each.

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COSTLY GIFT FOR UNCLE SAM.
*m Studded Rug, Werth $6000, Pro-
-erted to the White House.
What Is mid to be one of the most
costly gifts to the nation by an Indl-
vifaal was recently accepted by Preit-
dent Roosevelt at the White House.
H. H. Topakyan, a wealthy Armenian
conolemeur and a personal friend of
the preident. presented an Imperial
silk Jeweled Perton rug, mid to be the
inest In texture and weave In the
world.
The rfu, which le valued at $50,000,
boitalns twenty-four square feet of
unblemished Persian silk. It is stud-
ded with strings of sapphires, rubles,
emeralds and turquoise. ma..rnded
by ropes of pearlsa, causing the color
desin, which is modeled after the In-
terior of a Turkish mosque, to run Into
delicate shades of roe, wreen and ho.
rison blue. The whole effect Is one of
Indescribable softness and riehneess.
The rug. whlch to band woven, rep-
resents the labor of an entire Persinn
family for aive years. It was originally
Intended for aen a a wall tapestry In
the palace of the shah of Persia, but it
struck Mr. Topakyan's fancy on one of
bhi trips to the orient and after a
great deal of trouble he succeeded in
purchasng It and bringing It to Atner-
lea. A framework of maogany has
been built around the rug, and It may
be sed as a hanging tapeetry to the
White H8ee receptles room.
Mailread Pereetry pferiitent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad company
has engaged the service of L. T. Hen-
eel of Qarryville, Pa., to carry out an
Important experiment for the compa-
my. the planting of 200.000 red oak
tree aloag the "low rads road" nl
Lamtem o euty Pa.. the treas beiar


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m aetsmlo amS City. I haue they
ws ase em the powe-
dl ay *r weid give him their
* a-- a ad -a so dien tak isht
wily thrty rea s e I saw that the
W70 do e busses ak sisd w
a _t est~o enthus ias over the
eo edom to paiamYet e sebelem wom
th alled "0hur -Wlam" sad I am sure
that the gamlememam aMe-d here to-
nlatht ftd Uthe Iam ad weam of New
Ietaa aad the eldssm at lae throuh-
out the United aatee wID take equal
prie a llag- our ahooored gueAt by the
asamltr bet oeaearlga e aM ef "Our Wi-
This statement was greeted by tre-
amoks applause.

Woraioloc7

ebld Is ne teas, fettil, suts in itedeep, iss
pat*r ead he id g under it's ey always
- unamry, Is us inin wightn yyoa Im
be s the teimeMe is wrem. Wlate'm Cram
VermiaSe if am a ste ure for worse, is
1s ow-n 'uitiv".

NONMAGNETIC SHIP.
Odd Ce.tnetion. of the Caregoie For
Studying Cemeeas Variations.
The Carnegle lastitute Is having built
at Brooklyn for the study of phenome-
na of magnetic variations an auxiliary
craft sof m tea displacement, In the
coastractIo of which less than 000
pounds of iel or tro wl be used.
The veesel wll be called the Carnegie
and will be used chiefly for the study
of co pam varletlons The use of
steel and frov has been limited to the
greatest possible extent so that ober-.
vatlons will not be affected by the
compds deflection Usual -n modern
The Carnegie will be built of wood.
with locust treenalls and copper and
brniae bolts. The anchors, plumbing
and cabin f*ttags will also be bronze.
and even the engines, with a few
emall exceptionss will be constructed
of a special alloy called Victor van
dItm biof e. Hemp cable will be used
Inattend of anheor chaln.


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of edition theBselvs Ist sick and then try to
ere it. 80 IoBoi uyou keep yomr liver, bow-
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SETON BEAM FOR ROOSEVELT.
Devine Dotermines Weight and Meas-
hrement of Animals Aeuratdely.
Ernest Thompeon Seton of Green.
wlch, ('onn.. has presented to Presi-
dent Roosevelt a sportman'se weigh
beam for use on his South African ex-
pedition. It In called the Seton beam
and Is the Invention of the naturalist.
By the use of thIs beam animals up
to 800 pounds may be weighed to with-
In half an ounce of accuracy. The out-
Sft Itnelf weighs but one and three-
quarter pounds and is on the pure
gravity principle, without spring. It
also provides for the measurement of
the animals.

Race Transplanting Test.
A Brltith religious organization !k
trying to transplant a rare by encour-
aging the emigration of the Lapps
feroi Lapland, where they are in dan-


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maintain strength.
You must sot diet, because tm
body requires that you eat a Uesu.
lent amount of food regularly.
But this. food must be digested,
and It m st be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do It,
you must take something that will
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The proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
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Nothing else can do this. When
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you must help It by giving It rest,
and Kodol will do that.


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t'eme Ac Y~CIn re IA n reJ t o asMsit 1906M Me" are built with drop forpgu
uak~wiCe nJ arnot to SUPOApiJ.t tite hatiiw. and frames Imede of the highest trade a
4i fucRom, vIidtcIt utit JepevJultiaha making ft.Qdes as nearly non-breshable4
ii rni nychware shipped all owesr
mat+ yUpm ipr~eir WUTatiNArneht, durabflty aNJ owl running.
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to. II= tth M as bin ofa set-
teb to I had been ac-redited
md found co amtable quarteMm nd


kra e o e i short dia w eo
a oy be st ebed a aw signs of
de when bew& out the day be.
fa f Be I stmabled t into tmn
woods ml wased about for an
hou r a e. ,Tm fnding n-ith-
eug, I started fea the house. S&d&-
da~iy, ha a thi et Wi ahea id, I
saw adee Upt e dm y Mtie to
my should, ad I was about to

of the streaar'b advice ems into
myhead. It issues, but I had not
int of it ain until that no-
- *I as. not ahauately sure what
Smw wa deer, ad I gave yell.
"It was answered immediately by
a call from my host, who was out
lnokiig for the eow, and he stopped
forth fromthe place where I a
thought the was a der. If I had
fired I would have killed him. He
ocam over to where I was stand
all of a-tremble and so weak that I
had to len on the tree. He no-
ticed my condition and inquired
what was the matter. I managed
to excuse my feelings in some fash-
im and we walked home. At every
dp 1 breathed a prayer of grati-
Sde to that stranger, and so if I
over meet bla again he will get
ome suastantial token of what I
we him. As for my host, he never
hkew how near became to death
dot afternoonM.'-Milwaukee Sen-
tiro


A P19MGSaP ?Yde
aWbn moma pbunms bq gve
dM am SIM"-


Ons Kind of Pn.."hW
intthevillage whae I live Iwas
an the "at Of viisitlatwo efoor
imiu. oldwomen, mre ihbtn
thesiqe wmst&W rsm, Otb.
MW* o0up 0g xMIret he1r.
16 OL UM&Mu 4aA ismdm inatpui *A


......I dM betw. fa
7|i-,toned by that di mm-
i pi there' not wan of
t btlats hw." I thought to
imef -that soch a description of
aim dhp may sometimes apply to
m o mr-ind.-Lo-ito- Spectator.

i-k Once b smart har met a wise


"5B-r-r r chattmered the hare.
"What's th trouble, my friend?"
u the fox craftily.
"Wy, this wther is terrible. I
a al--st frozen."
The wine fo winked up at tite
mow In the tre.e
S"Is that ce, my friend," .he
I think you will Ad it
wm de than it is outside."
further xommey he
th**ham
^i .-It is not al&aI fa


A Wat of Mom.
The real edtate fArm of Solomon
SO'Sullivan had lots for ale in a
Mwr suburban addition. 'Sullivan,
young, enthuiastic and Irish, was
writing the advertisement, the na-
,tional eloquence flowing from his
pen. He urged impending purchas-
mrs to seize the passing moment.
"Napoleon not only met oppor-
tunty; he created itM
Mi. Solomon read this line in the
a 'vtisement slowly and carefully.
"'This fellow Napoleon," he said-
"what's the use of advertising him
with our money ?"
Mw DiMsessof the Skin
Neial lIsMe atedo t eldahneb u ee
mm rt h la d hmerb.r' Itek.
I1Mt- I.srl- It-Inehgn ad
swhiherl k mike Ubt a burden
be had by Chsberwal's lve. It
aedys lia he1Mi 4 Mad smuA lnamoM iMa.t-
M. hlMave been auremd by ln .me.
o.lo by TihTllevi Pharmacy.
e Drew the Ulie.
One of the governors of Missouri,
Claiborn F. Jackson, married one
after another five sisters. "When
for the fifth time," says Arthur Her-
kimer, the Missouri historian,"Jack-
son broached a marital proposition
to his father-in-law the old man
was eighty and quite deaf. This is
the conversation that en-ued: '
"'I want Lizzie!'
"'Hey?'
"'I want you-to give me-Eliza-
beth.'
"'Oh, you want me to give you
Elizabeth, do you? What for?'
"'For my wife.'
"'For your life?'
"'I-want-to-marry-Lizzie!'
"'Oh, yes, I hear you. You
needn't rouse the neighborhood.'
"'Well, do you consent ?'
""Yes; 1 consent,' said the old
man, and he shook his head and
added slowly:
"'Yes, you can have her. You've
got 'em all now, my boy. But for
goodness sake if anything hbppens
to that girl don't come back here and
ask me for the old woman.'"


oumdheg Night in MisoeuWrI.
Mrs. William Berry of Bellower,
Mo, who Is w awidowad equsat-
ly a trapper, caught semurW gmftdhIs
tO her eTen steel aps a few nalsts
age n
Good Liniment


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Miss MARION MARSH


entire change of plays and moving
pictures.
The opening play Monday night
will be that beautiful play, in four
acts entitled the Tramp and the Lady.
The leading lady, Miss Marion Marsh.
On Wednesday night in that big
society five act drama, East Lynne,
Mias Marsh will wear costumes ag-
gregating over $1,000.


MR. AL S. EVANS


Do not miss these plays. Popular
prices 15 and 25 cents. Be sure and
visit Tituville next week and see this
show.
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The Aches and Pains will Disappear
if the Advice of This Titusville
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A woman's back has many aches
and pains.
Most times 'tis the kidneys' fault.
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Many Titusville women know this.
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Mrs. W. H. Parker, living on Wash-
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Doan's Kidney Pills benefitted me in
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great relief. 1 procured a box, used
them acceording to directions, and
they gave me the desired results in a
short time. I feel a great deal better
sinee using Doan's Kidney Pills and
am glad to recommend them to other


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it way em h Thelal ,e is only elm
wat It seatib w doe -P" to
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have the ts nd chage They take
heve so* RulbO. th.ito no
in* -haus& aMet wbhia *elW
sOnn fit whMib chair. sad whe Mdll
walk ont a eOwai dbur smt, an
ho al tak prenedence In the pa-
de, ad a the rest pf the formal
StaUmmyet, that Itaesretly delihas the
th Mt hMand m akesa Joke o0 the
brave ow. eal patriotism atns
dmpir than display. The is another
aWmrti thg If U th powers that
be an tm d to keeo tbe bnags
tw m ethe 4tAh of March, they do
Wat deserve anything better than 4th
af March weather.
* All that ean beo done about the mat-
ter en thb partlelar Inauguration day
la to hope fr the best and leave the
nesas to Providenta as the weather
mana. Itmaybea leday, and it may
sein, hail. saw, sleet. freese. drindle
w do ay aOf the o srsvprialng thiagi
*or whkb this day Is Jastly celebrated.


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WILLAM HOWARD TAF'T AND JAMBS B. BRgaMAN-UCINB AT
A PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION..


ral eremewo. if the reader pines for
mae statistics, hU can probably Mnd
them In a political atmanac or can as.g
we them out tor himself
Iuki. Iu Igmtoa Weather.
Al Imu-uratlm are pretty much
alike except the weather. It is impos-
sble for any mere committee of ar-
rangements to make Washington
weather behav Itsel, especially in
March. Chief of the Bignal Service
Will Moore once promised an Ideal
day for an inauguration, and It was
Ideal for foarm hands. It rained from
eay morning til late at night. An
Inau nation is not like a baseball
SgMe Itsanot be postponed because
of wet grmads. The president elect
must go to the bat and run the bases
from the White House to the capitol
and back agatn even if there is a bis.-
said or a rainstorm that washes all
the people out of Pennsylvania avenue.
The weather oat the District of Colum-
bia is not subject to the constitution.
On March 4 It is not only unconstit.-
tfotal, but is in contravention of law
and order, of religion and good morals,
to my nothing of decorations and
othe-, for all of which reasons and
others same well meaning reformers
have tried to have the date of the In-


The only thing we can be absolutely
sure of is that It he lives William How-
aid Taft at hih soon on March 4,
M00. will become president et the
United states.
lBfem In the Xu dPropa
One improvement In this Inagursa-
tion over all others known to the
mind of man will be in the music.
All the bands except the Marine band
of Washington will be requested not
to play "Hall to the Chief." They will
also be politely. but firmly, reminded
that bands close together should not
play at the same time. A third reform
that has been attempted is to encour-
age all the bands possible to stay at
hore. Some of the music punishers
that go to Washington for the inaugu-
ration are as bad as the wer-her, and
that is putting it strung. u.reover,
when two or three of them try to play
different tunes in the same block the
results are worse than New Year's eve
on Broadway. They tie the uerves
Into hard knots and make a man want
forever to forswear music, with its
"charms to soothe the savage breast."
So far from doing the soothe act, that
sort of music would make a savage
out of a Sunday school superintendent.
It is the same way with **Hall to the


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so hw aeebtp al thee Tt a G s.
t"t a et i haw the- bk1' t I b m It -- i.. ..


S s- the pape.t. a t. thilnV. l-
aft' r all, i to be e t tel t hir
a eMiabm they saw Tat wor Ba.
It the prna d e t e t bls a lae a a befyer's i
l..e .e. %a.hs he doms e MMywhSre Jwep hMrpesd
me sewl a re NMet et wase sa na- wt n a w
ekI, a-t hbS utrurBHsa ut to om ont e. thas ew deole, bt ke
inSt fto ret Eigie ea ilt t10,Ask hi A hOW 110M
It vwlbe a grea t how, the b rt edens
ot at- te kind er pal tefI ogR.
"k ounry i hitting the pike of -S9
ive.en-asnbLhtd that everythoag it 1et4
prmms ha tha ot ver d the t garal program will come withte Sa
...t Isam iws th 9 and tt ht .nght T e wall not only be the ba,

Si d WIt t hvePabs d aby the escort committee cobista of tb I
Sma beOet GO at Cle eaiid, st wi the and m an est man from eac of the I
ea bm ttbht In a w tral'4 t lweighe states, also several thousand other
g mIatc he would have Cmlatnd v or le handsome people. but ul
l 12ke am tht If the db ter- will be decorations arches, lights
tarm o o. ee may be jool the clouds and g ltd by twoen ta h
S lr mt hsdient de ando the lar fiamos In a pillumar of light o hundred




tb t tit oelcaolor that wm be feet la blsht that will ite a daylight -
Imit- it at the emt Itlt s what past. To cmp alle pll bo a its of T
ft in tape. ve a t display unique in andll tahe hi story of the
It hs ea OSfct *lo Id tt tee contrast a numr anled bi andnr on
zulalar cereuMY at the capitol habll furled a thousand feet high, the word

thea vr b-- o re. T BV My abe JO tah loude and g eeted by tenty-one h
aJd olr In the arad and on the aerial gu a pillar of lht a hundred- L
-tre b, but the oy or tat will be feet In het t ht will g ire a da wllght
ptt e at te event It.self I that effect for miles. fire portraits o Taft
t red tap. Dignity bi the watchword and Sherman and, lart and latest of NZ FI
of eou r..an. a "battle tof t he pkie." This w ll
I ktE ita oi t A onsist t obomb e tuto te alrhtplt and of y I




ie aouma ln M M of o which will taker an bro weh o <
.. .a I t ft ure ity 500 feet long and with C
The pro m as giv t. Nexot o ft bm uildinhome ot them ba an-
that tlhewspreme court w hase gno the dred feet in heltl o the nairhips e


s J e "[ rn, the "Bnny nto the hlte Houe wi w l be r Il
tde owrab le s tpeer and the ho ue pundr te en lntht. Others *t1
of repsentatIves. After the diplo1 drop bombs Into the 'miniature city.
seatl coqwill meare In the hdow which will ta e ire and burn with
Tie pea bent ct rwill e r nnay Thu the path of the ne p sidente
and Jam S. S11herman, t "he-Bny Into the White House will be Uteralyt
1W at 8mg ad oy, wtll mareh one of light. o
d the aI he ol a theenate on the
aem at aSere Frye 1Then the how
werlieft tta for the secretary of
t" nate o his most as al to e will
nm .th "e pweIaM t uhedet." .v-R
erybead wl, at course, arise, as evt -
eryody has bebr e arles to greet u t
eacm WUstrie s body or fouctionary asT u la
it Or he has entered the chamber. i
Taft. wM1 t be the lastet lthe great a
arrival, howev. The mao metntouDts an-e wil. Coeestm. I Ia
cm e wl W st be made, Ss"The eada oeS C stam
proeseato of t he U eStates." Then
Thaodore Rosevelt, greeted for the *Ad ALLS mmAal a a
Ial time b that high titIe, will enter TPd Uv r rad BadD istl.I
ti ebambwer aloe No double entry The u WesO is gDEdRi
Ilnaugurals for him. The custom of SaideMS DesesmIN
the president and preside ut elect -0.1I0
marching down the altogether will
be abogated, as will also that of r-.
Ing back to the White House in the
same carriage. After the Inaugural is
over Taft w prmeed up the avtuel
aIee wbile Roevelt bentakes himself _A O
lat cano mwver complement, as dd John- iuw "" I |
Adam, that he wlas the e second /fAgua. .re Cs
at his own ia uguration, the people ,_ .wsss. ,
m r a her a his predecesst or. tSSS *by I ,

After Presdtent oosevelt enters the I AM.U .ve o IOI
senat chamber Vice Presdent Sher oers n o .d .
man will be swour In, asli the new o Ro... !'. .l.



lumba, aas hertofore, will pr'ofed to
the temporary stand on the east por- --
tao of the capitol. The same order of S -"I
precedence will be followed, and that


Is an excessively and sometimes pain- m -UI .
fully Important point In the (capitol, as ra WNO t S i
that olasrved on entering the senate -
chamber. First, will go the senate, led -r T- *
by the vkce president; next the house *e pm1-- V en. .
of representatives, with your Uncle Ua n IW 1
Joe In the ran; the the supreme Thi years in b. ., with
court, next the gorgeous and berobed a S t ta er
diplomatic corps and finally the chief a.s .til we haeS toae oe 'r F
actors In the drama, William Howard of the laet busiasIesineeds
Taft and Theodore Roosevelt. the ris- in this country-is the best of "5
Ing and the setting sun. evidence as to
Once in the speakers' stand Mr. Taft m 1
will be sworn In by Chief Justice Ful- Upe o Qulity
ler and will deliver his Inaugural ad- of Wood' S d.
dreaa. Then he will march down the IW s K
east steps of the capitol to a wait ing Wo ae hdqua for
carriage to proceed at the head of n G and C.ovr Seeds, *l
vast procession to the White lIH.nm e S. ed _ee Tmi I .
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AShe a ntaboth ir t eo sa tle-
oketPROy like the other e-
A JTapanse tory s tehat Kia
a a mof 11 eomoi spirit, took
enfo the sde of a market for
leh. To appeei odor tf fried
oels emteyed Thi dtig eas o and
sensemed his bowl of rice. The man
with the eels presented his bll for
the odor of the fie Kinburo laid
out the money asked for on the bill
and began to chat with him. When
the man was about to leave Kisabu-
ro put the money back into his
pocket, replying to the other's re-
monstrance: .you ask me for pay-
ment for the smell of your fried
fish. I do the same for the sight of
my money." This story was known
in Europe in the fourteenth cen-
tury.-Chicago Record-Herald.
Needed a otimulant.
A traveling man was riding in
the Asmoring car of an express train,
reading his paper, when a man rush-
od in from the car behind the smok-
er, evidently in great agitation, and
said: "Has anybody in the ear any
whisky? A woman in the car be,
hind has fainted Instantly dozens
of flasks were produced. The man
who had asked for it picked out the
largest one, drew the cork and put
the bottle to his lips. With a long,
satisfied sigh, he handed it back and
remarked: "That did me a lot of


S-The et That To

Dothe, Al., Jan. 21., 9S.
Dr. Klm& Co., Bl&ghamptom, N. Y.
Atlsma:-About me year ago two
ofy eldreasufered badly from weak
bl teA sad diabetes; their rine was
ery bad md they wald severe
spdbof dla s, mand ww all runm
in hallth. I was just about di-.
9a I tried sevaw reMdies and
ltrey a doter, but they did not smm
to m I knew at friend who
wMa wamp oot for d twoo-u-
g sood rhltanl dadIddto
t M am for the I noted
,ewas mine improvement after they
had taketwo lae bottles, and com-
ud toge it to them until they had
ak a lilf doms bottles and were
w the a ytorecovery. Think
w Root aD doen more r veil-
d t m any other medn ve7
tried nad I resomed It to ome having
hdre who suffer mine did.
K. W. Liseaby,
City Clerk, Dom., Ala.

A Georgia Woman

Span., Ga., Jan. 11, oW.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
Gentlmen:-8ome time go I was
tUmbled with kidney trouble; hbdsoevere
pm n t back andhips. Wastreatedby
a phyeiian, but without any beonet. I
noticed ome Swump Root advirin
anBd eo ptis t a trial.
Sfour Iwas eo te
ret t Have not suffenred I.j atd








ald tam d pe in my bk and hips.
Mybek pad can reo atmm and Swamp
Root to anyone sufferined from kidth





etntob of two bottles wel I flt ,
Mr.. L T. DStevAs.

Baptist Minister
Brinson, GC,, Jan. 2,M19M.
Dr. Kilmera&Co., Binhampton, N. Y.
Gmt&emen:-Some t.ego 1 Msffend
seveely with pain in my back andhipiL
My bak pained me comtmnually and I
felt miserable. A friend recommended
Swamp Root. I obtained and took the
Cetonta of two bottles when I felt re-
"st My back has not troubled me since
ad I can thoroughly recommend Swamp
Root to any.e -. from kidney
teMbles, as I flndaflords me great
relleL Yours very truly,
Rev. E. T. Daweon.


Results After Using


Boston, Ga., Jan. 18, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & o., Binghampton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I was
trabed with kidney trouble. I thought
10m d 4 T -& A.


vo I..d m md

ON .42 POWe opsmm .
.f yr a a masal and w~a ahBtwerm


Ipw. baeendemarb t

| tod eltm -s folle that wfh
-m or bofta ande suek
n mt d abm s"crmt emthatt
SYednfivet.oe worth at Hnata-
vil, Abandtiea M Md itmeand am
now takinfit.butin mailer domes and
twice aday in place of four times a
Sand beeveby the time prementmp.
pty is aud up I will be antlrey welL I
am fteelir better now than for ten yea
pat. Can eat and ar fit eles, in
fct I am feelag so good that I anot
resist tell yo aboutit. Youare at
liberty to pbhthiste -timoial should
you wish. Ve respect ly,
Thos. 8,*Ir, U. A. Retired.
Box 7, R. R. No. 2, Elkwood, Al.


A Clergyan i


New Roads, La., Jan. 2, 190M.
Dr. Kilmr Co., Binghampto, N. Y.
Dear Slrs:-I write todayto the pub-
lie that your Swamp Root cured me of
kidney trouble. I was almost pst go-
ing, having spasmodic spells with my
kidneys that were breakin down my
sttutlon. The best --.-aid was
employed and they my trou-
ble as alkali in the kidneys, butwereun-
able to do me any permanent good.
I took four bottles of Swamp Root and
beamed a well man. This was sx years
o and I have had notraceof the trou-
b. 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 carriers for
over five years. Some two years ago I
was taken with severe palns in my back.
I used medicine from my family physi-
clan 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 togrow
worse and at last decided to try this rem-
edy and bought two one-dollar bottles,
which I can truthfully say have com-
pletey cured me.
Had it not been for Swamp Root I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery service. -
I advseall mai carriers who getai
in their back that Swamp Root Willre
them
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

Doalsonville, Ga., Jan. 20, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.
Gnmtlbnme:-About four years ago I
suffered from kidney trouble and rheu-


DR, KILN=M
Dr. K lme* lakeness is ontho ouf
idde wrapper of every boV~o.

Beneficial In Severe Cam

Eiete&d( TeOm.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghampton, N.Y.
Gentlemen:-I hardly know how to
express my appeciatio for thefgood
oSwamp Root has done me. had
Sgreaty troubled with my kdns
and Witha in the back; also t
what thio termed inammatios
of the neck of the bladder. Sometimes
my bacwooldensch that I
w",i o e heabod e seveal
doctors and mndlinel to no good effect,
and finally I noticed in sme er
where Dr. K prood to a
ample bottle of his kidney m efici,
Swamp Root, free by maiL Imt at
once and received proml a sam
bottle. After taking it fond it d
me good. I then purhaed twdbottle
from our merchant, Mr. W. J. EueIr.
After taking the medicine I felt like a
new man, and each day rod five mile
to teach choo You are at liberty to
use this letter or rferm any one tome,
asI wll always be ,gldto tell them
what a woderful remedy this Swamp
Root is. Mr. Jame Ive., of Sa,-
deraville TeM., in taking it with good
result. Very truly yorM ,
D. A. Montgomery
Member Tnu.... LSriiesltru.
Rural Route No. 2t, EdgieKeld, TenM.


Results It Has Proved

Dotha, Ala., Jan. 21, 19.
Dr. Kilmr & Co., Blahampton, N.TY.
Dear Sirs:-Havebeen suffering more
or les fro kidney trouble for the last
five years and was induced to try your
SwampRoot Am to say or give
you tetimoial that it has cured me. I
am a trading ale an for M era.
Colts& Co., NoewYork, and am al-
ways traveling on the road. Drinking
the different waters affected mykid
neys. Yours repect.u
Samue "WoUI if .


A Prominent Mason


Jackson, Tenn.
According to my experiee, I do not
consider there is anything to equal
Swamp Root for kidney aff-tion
Twice it relieved me when Iwascom-
pletely helpless.
The last time I was traveling in Texas
when my kidneys become affected and
for ten days 1 suffered excruciating
pins accompanied with severe chills.
veral earm previous having been re-
lieved o a similar attack I naturally
sought relief as before from Swamp
Root.
After using four of tne large size
bottles I was completely restored and
went on my way rejoicing and praising
Swamp Root. Ths was three years
ago and I have had no itlk-tion of a
return of the affliction.
J. C. Smith, Jr., 83 deg. Mason.


Fully Satisfied


I W m =06 wI swunfrenrfwit doia- matism in my hips. The pain across my Waycross, Ga., Jan. 5th, 1909.
btm. I hnd severe pains in my back back became so severe that I could hard- Dr. Kilmer & Co Bi hampton, N. Y
and blps A friend r-easmended Swamp ly straighten up and could not walk with- Dear Sirs Otto,. .
Rot and I decided to give it a trial. I out dragging my feet. I would urinate suffe from ki last October I
obtained a bottle from a druggist and frequently and would have to rise two I consulted m ph cian, who pre-
after taking a few doses, felt relieved. or three times during the night, causing scribed for me, but his treatment did
After takig several bottles the pain me to suffer from loss of sleep. And not benefit me. After reading some
was entirely gone and I have not suffer- with the pain I was all run down and be- Swamp Root literature, I decided to give
ed the slightest since. I cannot be too gan to lose flesh. I saw Swamp Root it a trial. After taking a few doses, I
"mtht Ic in my praise of this won- advertised and bought one bottle to try felt somewhat relieved, and after two
derful medicine and it gives me great it. After taking it I felt better and one-dollar bottles had been taken, I had
pleasure to give my testimonial in re- i could sleep all right at night. I contin- no pain and was completely cured. I
guard to its merits. ued to take it until I had taken four have not had the slightest pain in my
J. Rountree, large bottles. I was entirely free from back or hips since. From my own ex-
Former Mayor and Member Legislature. any pain in the back and began to gain perience F can cheerfully recommend
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp; in weight. I always recommend Swamp Swamp Root to an' one suffering from
Root and have also sold it in a number! Root to my friends as I think the cure kidney trouble. Yours very truly,
of cases for kidney trouble and always in my case remarkable. Simon Martin.
with perfect satisfaction. Yours very truly, Mr. Martin conducts a carting and
J. C. Adams & Son. M. H. Hickson, Donalsonville, Ga. transfer business.

Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over
the United States and foreign lands, expressing heartfelt gratitude for what
SI Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root has done for them.
Do not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take tne place of Swamp
Root-if you do you will be disappointed-insist on getting what you ask for
-there is no other medicine as good as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root.

IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE rjiTu BEST


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 passing or'
heart disturbance due to kidney trouble, Swamp Root will be found just the remedy you need.
Don't be Misled-Ilor 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. Euery time he succeeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes more profit, but you are1
humbuffnad at the onamn f vnur health I


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ning of the first great battle.


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may be. This Everlades drainage
projects ocupoes the unique position
of beingthe oly grand h ofI
puble iprovement which has been
bitterly ad persistently fought and
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Sharpes Fla., Feb. 27, 1909.
Te oma. wl Tubs ea ap a e.
Would Forida like this? is the per-
tinnt question you ask in your last
iu. as you note in aswell written
article that North Carolina is going to
aid In aovariestof ways her citizens
In their btusinem affairs.
After setaining a loss of from
$600,000 to M00,000 from decayed or-
ages onthe way to market-a mark-
et that has been fairly a Waterloo to
the growu--mrelya grower would
like some light and help even from
the paternal and, as the north state
purposes to try what can be done.
We need restraint from shipping
imphature oranges, not necessarily a
fixed date for all varieties, for there
are varieties that do meet demand
that are to be permitted when suf-
filently mature to go to market, but
better prohibit all if. the diacrimina-
tion cannot be justly made effective.
Careful experiments to be made as
to preparing the fruit for market be-
fore it is packed for shipment.
Careful supervision of the trans-
portation of fruit in conjunction with
the railroad officials steamboat and
ocean steamer within our own state.
The absolute need of haste in load-
ing cars and the boats compels the
rough handling of fruit that must go
a long ways toward abrading and
mashing the fruit, especially whelp
the greedy packer is trying to get in-
to the box so many oranges that the
middle hoop is two and one-half inch-
Something needs to be done. Our
past history is full of the efforts at
organization. Aboutall failures, ex-
cept the Fruit Exchange and its op-
erations, while much limited by the
fickleness of shippers, presents about
the only alternate to the North Car-

oiLet others write their views. It's
a burning subject to everyone. While
we are bleeding from every pore let
us think and write our views in re-
sponse to Editor Wager's query.
Fruit and truck growers to have


inspection and regulation by state of-
ficials.
GEO. W. HOLMES.
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The retail druggists of this country,
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For example, when you ask for Dr.
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For many years we have watched
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liver and bladder troubles.
On another page of this paper you
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by feelings of heartfelt gratitude that
are constantly coming to Dr. Kilmer &
company. No one can doubt such sin-
cere and honest testimony.
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tnmo ount kia atom on-
IM~ to ow owt he W!They *may ot be asserted r-
- f y 2a- i .i M s- sad -2 Ty t
o I 7y mutilated. Where cases of
De m ~ete s t maoe qps this kind ou the oun dat is todi cous
eel .eM Asht art nd ow. Buts kinds of paper the
ScUe n m a i a iin acmpnewith
A -wt aim, et Dleas theru a tm n smhexpert cold on
a M W d ft fta com anaverage, count $15,000 in one



thowe tdeau to ltheesa so wlle dollarn ,ts a day. This woudwbem
Of l*aIteck itb Af to twot daysa iWml e.
w ee- .Mae is e quire asout s tmy days to count
to do we esa t million one' dollar bills in old





ihumteas i swen asMde" she admitted th sad
pvevww t, t c tle sh, "there was time Vp when
tsr of yle or m I thought him the grandst man inx
et wie t any pbsMews w u. the world-awhen I fanl-r ed that
Mam t nltm as s ime kd l eomt s nothing could ever make merIcIry, Jeose
m er tP ae M wsa - iump- wtit teo hMi



my swes lb. bm esflad emm by it a tAeh
Sthe-a ly. It-t hue re aell doamed et ath.
NighNt m UM NEmma SM by oly beco DreIed th
0A a ka Uimhi Aim. hutoem of Frt




M T.M M tEiY to discover anted.is t
Ta Usned* s 'sWH ne o "Yes,"she ad suppitted him to be."
y, ol. -an, i nseamt shl. "Bu title sih, "there wast a time when
The is, broadly speaking, but quainted wiought him t he grandest man in
Splace in the United States I the world-when I fancied that
uMbielims Me yspht M"d Alung nothing could ever make me cease
am Mime.a moaey iawa1ys 1to l_ love him." I
Berd w cihr.ladtis er ms. "Well," her friend repied, "I

mtadisenchanting experiences.. Wehav
lCOUNTIsNG MlfONEY, oy to become acquainted with a



e c. a, t^mat discover that bhe is not woe
The Way Urn.. Sam'n 9xew Mle.o god we had supposed him to be."
oftl md 0a.1a. "'But it wasn't becoming ac-
There is, broadly speaking, but qminted with him that destroyed
ma place in the United S states idea let im ulre th at Il wd
Y or C h auta ple Ind d int ouf I had
wher new money is always to beB in rlesaidi eeh
found in circulation. Very near e mnly Boridigbreseles.

ged, dirty, not to say filthy, paper A wolleJaw
monet, germ laden ad dgseoad se P.y ele toy "n amgt, tooutche or seodetB allard's
breeding. The question has often 7 h L14urhn Fil at the



t is t moe ia- "t will rodge the swelling sadr
been pust,wl ny is this?" e thpitn theo Te gret Adw urer tfor
Ctor s make snt roneriations byom-tita C ute, uborin, bnries ,ald-nty
Congress makes ap reD ns of d ache and pains. Sold by all drug-
amounting to many hundreds of M s l
millions annually for the govern- Qi Witted Divine&
ment expenses. Dis enormous dr.H Qulc sonWltt od wne i
amount, which is bk yld his lecture on -Fools" at the New
p silver inethei y earuvngtsi York Chautauqua. In introducing

d is issue y tiarough thetresuy him Bishop Vincent said:
department. It auathe i tea "Ladies and gentlemen, we are
that, while banks all over the coun- now t lu
try isme old notes, the treasuy by one"- The audience broke into
never issues anything but new m roar of laughter, and after it had
nev usdied away Bishop Vincent added,
That is why the money in Wash- "of the most brilliant men in Amer-
in n is always new.Dr. Henson rose and, with a
There are more than 30,000 go- D. smile, said, die and ith
eminent employees at the national n smile, said, Ladies ond ga-
capital, and th are paidin bright, tlemen, I am not so great a fool as
new notes twice every month. They Bishop Vincent"- Ano their roar
distribute their money for e n of laughter, after w which the speaker
cessities of life, and hence a great added, "would have you believe."
deal of it is found in circulation.
Another question with reference
to the money supply is often pro- N erv u
pounded, "How long does it take
for the women experts in the treas- *
ury department to count 1,000,000 (oaj haphe
new one dollar notes, and how long
does it take to count 1,000,000 old "I have traveled for thirty
notes of that denomination ?" Ac- years continually. I lost a great
cording to the treasury officials, the deal of sleep, which together
answer is as follows: with constant worry left me in
In handling new notes an expert such a nervous state that finally,
could count in a day of eight hours after having two collapses of
about $50,000. Of course this re. nervous prostration, I was
fern to notes of the denomination of obliged to give up traveling al-
$1. In counting gold certificates of together. I doctored continually
the denomination of $10,000 each it but with no relief. Dr. Miles'
would require but a short time to Nervine came to my rescue-I
count $1,000,000. cannot describe the suffering
At this rate twenty days would which this Nervine saved me.


be occupied in counting $1,000,000 Whenever I am particularly
represented by notes of the denom- nervous a few doses relieve me."
nation of $1. However, it is hard- A. G. C. LIBBY, Wells, Me.
ly possible that any one could keep There are many nervous
up to these figures for such a pe- wrecks. There is nervous pros-
riod, and it would be safe to add traction of the stomach, of the
five days and to say that $1,000,000 bowels, and other organs. The
(paper) could be counted in twenty- brain, the kidneys, the liver, the
five days. nerve centers are all exhausted.
Of silver dollars 40,000 may be There is but one thing to do--
counted in a -da of eight hours, build up the nervous system by
the use of Dr. 'Miles' Restora-
3aoe SulSidk tive Nervine." Its strength-
is *mt sal, tyhe mne inslm-e in ening influence upon the nerv-
Iathso deoatd* am= i uM s are.i sit ous system reaores normal
e"s f tefd ths e4 m s s et or -
& id em..d h ba m bie MNe~'a action to the organs, and when


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What s CAST ORIA
Iss a bmbess .-* e.
MdDeeps a" seeh srps. It s ... IS
m*b* **m*eMb Optm. W e m_ ahw Nme
A! Its ag ikM gm amtee. It de wsm W
.... a .ys "e hme "---. -- mgmgg D In ~a"
a"_ --_ + _3. ...

Oil.. It ve~eres ?.ablmg TraeMles, -s eC~kln
r ga FMmtlenAbma It b es 01ge rql tr
msemh ataI Bwteh. gla mbea"b sae fmin al bp.
Th. Chlirem's 1'aPine-The Ueheru VWmIaa.

Canuimh CASTORIA ALWAYS

Sthe






The Kind You Hae Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.








S PALDING'S OF
Sporting Goods
Is what you need Mr. Florida Meroh-
ant to make your investment in this
stock a success.


We are agents for the State
SrWe sell at factory Prices
T KWe save you freight

STHE H.& W.B.DREW CO.
l BJACKSONVILLE, FLA.t_
Rp


FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 77.


Effective January 1909


NO.M No. j No. N No.wN Io. x n No. 74 j kaL N o. S
DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY -AK LJ DAILY DAILY DAILY | DAILY
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10 0pm 460pm 11 10a m 8$Aamv.. L 1Am.r- Ar 6 10pm NUpmlMO m 705 1am
11 48 pm 6M pm1157am 9 48aa Lv..E ut FUak...v spmm a46pm 9S47 mn S614am
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1'Aam 706pm l4Spmll14 0 Lv.... Dayton& ...v 321 m 344pm 824am 41&m
220sm 741pm f2pm12Sm, Lv..New8mm yrn...v 247 )m 817pm 800- 411m-
314am 8 p5p:I 8p m 180 I)mI.v.... TltusviUl... 11a0m, 2I pm 6Auam a21m
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8 6am 911 pm 867pm 2 16 m;L,....Roeklede&.... .,vI48 m 1 4S p a IS 1 am
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750am, 1OSam 715pm 7 10 )m Ar.W.PalmBel|....v7soam 545a 20am 900pm
S06am .-. ...... l0m 7225 mA ..PamB L...~ S am 9 ...... S40p
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S2 m 340a ..... .............Lv.... Miami. ..A .................... OpM 0 pm
1221pm -- *-**............ a. ..Homesawtd...LTl....................... .. 40pm
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*Daily except Ouday.


Trains do not stop at Statlons at whleh Bo tUa s *show.


PALArTA BRANCH
Leaveoe 1 BAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO EAST Arriveert
PIfteka PALATKA alaka Palatk t PALATKA rates


6 s am
2 Sa
S40 am
6 56
12 0 pm
4 2') pm
560 pm
11 65 pm


....No. 46
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.....No. 60
..No. 62
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.......N o. 60


Dailly.........
Daily..........
Dally.........
Daly .......
Dally ..........
Daily ......


640 am
6 0 am
900 ans
10 15 am
12 TS pm
4 0 pm
6 10 pin
12 15 am


5 45 am
6 30 am
9 16 am
11 30 am
300 pm
4 45 pm
11 2u pm
12 20 am


...... .No. 47
..........No. 19
..........No. 61
......... No. 6
..........No. 57
....... o.. 9
...... No. 61


Dally ......... 05 am
Daily......... 7 10am
Dally ......... 111 60am
Daly ....... 3 20pm
Daily ......... 06 pm
Daily....... 11 40pm
Daily .... 12 40 am


AMT D C


Losae ZahI AST PALATKA TO 'Arrive SU LSSVe Sn SAN MATEO TO EAST Arrivltses
PsU SAN MATEO Mateo MEateo PAL.ATK~A Palatka
45 an ..... .49 Daily ........ 6 06am aRIS mm......N....No501Pally ........ roam
"25 pm.....631.)all.........3 45pm 350pw.........-O:.54 Diy....... y 4 10pas
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ft slysu owy ail Dialy s ol:Daily
200p'10 10amI SO0pm;$00 m Lv.....Jacksonville ......Ar- 7 So m 30 pan1[&0asp
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Conaideritig that the number of
buyers is unusually large this year
it is rather comical to hear them urge
people to sell quickly and at a low
price as there will probably be a
slump in the market soon. Most of
the people over here do not seem in
haste to sell.
so With a Buh


a-L -m M etad C--w mdoith

Zs M b hZis r houmPhM let



M. .B.B We a- d -da- tor e.




m s Weaber famt ly have the
ot ensk~ over the
Mr MMl ms. M b at West
min d fer t oe amht Drts.m
Mr. a. uan d .d part, w&r




hamve hm l =i the air ter at
t mr.weeko.ore
It btobeha d. t n ave thery
.at the riend, ove the





re0t of coret and will beand
do4rIrS. oat Wa




MaIR > t o leelava ahhande






MMr te bldlaMg.

Mr. aL W. Cmamd aapwtyqo e
baE hA m*.aldg t*ea inter ate
Cosda aubft I" l week for















nMrso. Bl. eaom went down to
T e to oeM m t Mrs. Merrll.ot
Mfs. AdshW Was__, bu ilding.
It i to be awent down to huY








withUaof yto atoretend towille bes
A. B. Ortea tok Mr. sed Mrs.









wk eet and ahapardtea of frieans




r t the fmt it hMr. aok
has iem beKy., on the trees here.
Mr. snd Mrs. Wil Isag hrae rse.

Mrs. thaswe h as w
rmnb oaut KdNfs ba sld
at i4Momday.
ther Alle n has been suffering









bwith a boly ulerated tooth trees
week and has made several trips to
W. P. Ctmid apwtyof bremb







the dentist at Rockledge.







Mrs. Adams d two chldwin, Mren, of
visiting Mrs.. Adam's sister. Mrs.-








uJoee Provobst panhed his third
mherf the buit lot Mr. Puoiouk














milestone this week. Breese has
hbab poembly could n the o t e three
years, and s a general favorite withe.
everyone.
much interested in ha rehaed the ball game.
Thereisalot of fun going onupiatn.
the school groutnds these days and
withey a badly ulceratis oneofth the
every time. ade several trip to


sion would itself do so, and would
pass on the question as to what should


be the minimum carload to go for-
ward under these rates. The trans-
portation companies will agree to
permit shippers to forward mixed
cars of citrus fruits and pineapples
to eastern markets. Shippers will
also be allowed to ship mixed car-
loads of citrus fruits, pineapples and
vegetables of different kinds at car-
load rates. In case the shipment
does not come up to 24,000 pounds
in weight, the difference between the
actual weight and the above stated
minimum carload weight is to be
charged for at the highest rate on
any commodity in the car.
At the conclusion of the hearings


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tpaeeyIGEERAL BARKIIG BUSINESS




OMeh BDmie ia ae -mmed *a m Sor CORBPOuDBuro l-eapire Tuu( (mp.My. Bmiawy, New Tesh (t, The AS
ersp. -y Harry W aMr. et Wayuetow, lkatie Natieal Bak of JMakaseMvle, JackTseilfl, Fladia.
1ld WWI |im mImeT-
s..m ,. _sas. o...... TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Ma For rol by alk Pbr-y ...S

Tbude's isshm se d ser a tha reab s
Dr. i t' Il 0tr 1 Oil. Cures it in 1 few

t*o- oE. L. Bradty ( Bro,.

1st, 1s.9------.h -------- ,910.37 Dealers in
AmountrecevedinFeb. 19 1,468.67 wi nm hlri3 iliUr !n nAAIB L hS


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NI A n omber dig 0s, and
shiPM -s free vaim ste at dth




J. C. Case, of Chase & Co.. Jackson-
villeA. R. Rule, KFiqrida representa-
tive of Cruteheld & Wooltfolk; D. .
W .aterJ.L.trInfelCow,C. A. Col-J
dough and C. S. Robertson, all promi-
neat growers of Gaineville; H. H.
Chappell, of SMiford; M. ,C. Hardee,
of Dania.mad several othen allof
whom gave interesting testimony as
to the dimatr oU effects which the
pret rates are entailling on the
fruit and vegetable growers of Flor-
ida.
Mr. Chase brought out in his testi-
mony that te present charges made
it almost prohibitory for shippers to
make up carload lots at Jacksonville
from small shipments brought here
for the purpose. He said that it
would begreart advantage to the
shippers when leaning up the crop
itf they could make up carload lots
here and put them through at carload
rates without having to pay the ex-
cesve charges alleged to be made
for shunting the cars.
Mr. Chase also forcibly brought out
the advantage to the shipper if they
were permitted to combine in carload
lots both eitrusfruits and pineaWles,i
as well as vegetables in their season,
at carload rates, which the transpor-
tation companies now do not grant.
Mr. Stringfellow declared that the
rates on cabbage were so high as to
make it unprofitable, under ordinary
drecumstances, to grow them. He
told of large acreage of cabbage that
last year was left to rot in the fields
because the first carloads shipped did
not bring returns enough to pay for
cutting and shipping. He said that
the cabbage crop this year would
have been a dead loss had it not been
for the fre. that reduced the crop
at Mobile and other points.
The testimony from the others call-
ed was substantially along the same
lnes and Commissioner Prouty ap-
peared to be much impressed with
the reasoamblene of their conten-
tion. The representatives of the rail-
roads agreed that the rates on cab-
bage were too high and there is no
doubt they will be lowered so that
Florida shippers may stand an equal
chance at least at the markets with
Mobile and other cabbage growing
districts.
Commissioner Prouty declared that
he would recommend as reasonable
that the Jacksonville rates on pine-
apples and oranges now in effect
should be reduced. He also stated
that if the transportation companies
did not put into effect the rates on
vegetables as recommended by the
interstate commission, the commis-


Thieisto the Mus daarous tisse of the year
toeah od. sad it t iethe hardest time to
care it. Ifyo shouldtakea cold, a fewdoes
of Keaaedys Laxati*ve Cough 8yrup will act
very pmtly. It laxative prinple umse
the oid bydrivlg it from the sytem by a
eue t ra tun mle tiM of t bols ChU.
dre espeially like Kennedy's Lazative
CO h Byrp. -as itMASse good, nearly like
apU sqr. It is sMld by Bmaer Drug Store.
Mayor's Proelamation
whbr.: An exawation by the sate
baud ofhealthpv te ftct that the dog
owed b Mr. WUiaN Mather udubtedlI
had hdrophobia and, whereMs, other dop
have tmhe aem ptm and, when,
it in knows that sveml do- have been
bitten by those heavla the spUm tm of
hydropba Now, ktnee I M thi,
m .y prlam i, oer all .dop known
to have bee btter tobekilled atonce and
a I oes of dqpon n hereby noted that
a d moad mni at large on the street
of'tmile after this, the 54th day of Feb.
rarys, uArei securely mduzzled, will be killed
at oce, ad Icall upom the cities of Titus-
ville to aid in carrying out thee orders.
B. a WIuoL ,
Mayor of Ti ateille.

HENRY RIVERS


Tonsorial Parlors
Corner Julia and Palm Streets, one block ca
from Railway Station
TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
Fashionable Hair Cutting an<
General Barbering
()ne vi.it atnd yo0i ImwolIw e a St ioii-lih 'tr..


Notice of Fish Law


Notice is hereby given that at the
next session of the legislature of the
state of Florida, the undersigned in-
tend to apply for the passage of a law
to prohibit fishing with haul seines
in the tide waters of the counties of
Brevard, St. Lucie and Dade.
Ricou & O'Brien
East Coast Fish Co.
Indian River& LakeWorth
Fish Co.
R. Whyte
Walter Peterson
Wm. Garrup
C.. I. Yarborough
Wm. Sikes
R. W. Godfrey


iArLf ANU I'AHUI iUKWiUU
HAY, GRAIN A FERTILIZER

We invite the public to visit our
store and inspect our stock and earn-
estly request that you get our price
before you spend mooty elsewhere


We can save you money


Ask us for prices and allow
I. aus to prove this assertion
We are agents for Ballard's Obelisk Flour, Chase
S& Sanborn' and Barrington Hal Steel Cut
Coffee. Also the celebrted Mape'FfetiFor!
| The famous Royal Scarlet brand of canned
goods-the finest food products ia the world

E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Titusville, Fla.







rTitusville Lumber Company
TITUSVILLE. FLA. P.&C. R.,R.

Saw and Planing i llls Dry [lns

I Manufacturers of

FLORIDA PINE
Rough and Dressed

All grades ceiling, siding. flooring
and shingles
SOLID CARS A SPECIALTY a
Prompt attention to local orders


DR H SPELL Dr. J. C. 8PELL. Beistered Pharmaeit


BANNER DRUG STORE


Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
n Soda Water, Ice Creame, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock


INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
at Competitive Prices
GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE, ETC.
ALLENHURST, FLA. (HAULOVERCANIAL


East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
Dealers in Lumber and Building Material, Sash. Doorb, Blinds
_--.- ... rJ . s -_-* __,.....-- --,1 m'. .t- jr*A -,ra i


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Total 18,379.
Lems warrants paid in Feb.,
1900, and warrants deliver-
ed to county eommission-
er and boarl of public in-
a la .. -------- ..-------- 9.
Balance ash on hand Mch. 1,
1909---------------.-- 5,457.
This amount is held as fol-
lows:
Deposited in Brevard Co.
Stat. bank, as per eash-
irm' certificate attached
to monthly report ..--.--. 5,457.
The balances belonging to each fun
are as follows:
Coum revenue-General
fOu~nd----------07---a- S_--3-0-W-7-- 62M.
County road and bridge fund 69.
Build .fund-.....-----.... ..
Pfae a forfeiture fund.... 1,06m4.
Special road fund Dis. No. 1 1.
" 2 247.
4 71 5.
G '" 5 218.
Gamwarden fund.--..-----.. 3,055.
Property of deceased persona
fund--------------------- 2B.
County school fund...----- 43.
Total 5,457.
R. F. HATCm,
County Treasurer.


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