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 12, 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: VID00692
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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The lveeum Comedy Co. is play-
ing to a well-iled tent at this place
all te week,m and this fact aiem is
undoubtedly the beat evidence that
the company is plemaig our play-go-
ing people. Their comedy drmsa
and fares oedi hav mau bee
well received mad thisline of bom-
m they make their bat owing.
Int night their aree-omedy "How
Whes Foed Their Humbans was
played to a peked tnt te night they
win play The K etucky Simafr, to-
morrow matinee, Te oNights in a
baom hr t d ho mpg their a w-llM ut
tomorrow eight with the tragedy-


gold watch, up to this time Mio An-
nie L Norwood, of TH a StAB force,
md Miss Maggie Collins are in the
lead.
From here the company will go to
Daytona, thence on to Palatka.
Spent Sunday on the Beach
Several motor boats went to the
ocean beach via Allenhurst last Sun-
day from this place and spent the
day very pleasantly. The Waunita
carriedMr. and Mrs. D. B. Pritchard,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle, Misses
Helen Miller, Laura and Else Ives,
Belle Hogg, Fannie Budge, Grace
Rathbun, Della Chafen, and Mr.
G. L Mandaville; the Rabbit carried
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady and Mas-
ter Parkhurst Brady, and the Iris
mearrid Mr. and Mrs. E R. Waer


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FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
See the Ilass lamp burners. The la-
crease in hght will surprise you
Double talking machine records ee.
Individual butter mokl. Inkstads
Diets brass lanterns and globes
Nickleated copper tea kettles.


Mrs. Josie Wager. Miss Clapper and CAs" A. GAnDN, Phme 3
Master Ryals and Reginald Wager; To Lovers of Good Music
the Palmhurst launch had Messrs. I A Simplex piano player, brand new
Stites, Townsend, TrA Wilson and with 50 rolls of music, is offered by
others on board for a short stay, and Indian River Music House for
Mr. Frank Skill went over in the mo- only for a while to reduce stock.
tor boat West Virginia. For Sale Ckheap for Cash
I About 88 are of good high lnd
Building Material on the east or ~eMn side of the la.
Have just received car load of nails, dian river at the Narrows, described
plain and galvanied; ear load of as follows: Lot No. 3, section 5,
glased smshand car load of doors also lot No. section 36, in towm~p
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months on hfine aeorange grove at
City Point, was in town Monday sad
called at THE STAR oftee. He left
this week for New York, where he
joins Mrs. Hents and sails by steamr
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rsa. i e m Ie v senlee., m ret to G& found ue in an overhang tree.
th_ agesu .. -ta lut tuaf te te eed befbeore we can take up other topicea fo0ud refuge n an overhmgtig tree l
aw s I I .wa emier "a"Uet Taf ortl u boeme sprperity must come and so Sceed in throwing his V B
n to0 reNIeS the law. thromgb nreand abundance of revenues mB m-IU III V th.-iOitry C.m urmllllUM.t
I e Is... and Waterways. .ad an ads quat monetary ey,eu that men..._______._..-,. ,
N easer WiUJIAM MUILTON ot wl sOt esMWy taure coua emee as to its I** ess.H
Sytrioa. stahaty. but be psvea Sa- a inafeguard- TIE NllITEED -Ie m. e P> wN a
1. 11it he lfubNA water. a4 to mi set t growing ueed of business. the bwel ela -- el.e - s : m
-, u Lu in 01 So o GovENORS oF hTATES. and tiry to W OKE
bere as Tn df t ti GOVERfOR OF STATE. of good health should prevent sickness instead W OR
I- ofleing themselves get sick and then try to
cure It. So long as you ke*p your liver, how.
-. OONORES EN. To Peserv Highest Ideals of Govern. elsand stowsch in ahelthy and activecon
-t- edition you won't get sick. Ballard's Herbine
ip the Ny By J. 0. DAVIDON. Governor o Wi- believes constipation, inactive liver and all- R E m ED
t ye RI iuND PZAR- costmin. stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by all drug- T h A EO
6M ^M of w Alshse The ad laet ration under Preasent Taft ists. THE CHILDREN8'S FAVORITE TONIC
abould berig back the government to thnrweam o. seum aU
BMemIshe Ml ofdemovo t c.etrol of the people wherever they have TN SUWIU., P A UGI oNLY v .
ha" Mv to amet o we1 irhmewts awN oI efnu i m a
5 ao V' as seneV epvtlesae So been deprived of It. provW facilities by--- -a lu-I-u-----d -- Igl
a --ir? Sme which te people ma express their d. Mrs. William Berry of Btlfiower, Bmllard OW Linimept CO ATI A _
S W '_ ms "' -aim- In the government wherever new ac- S.w LOUIS. MiO a widow. an s
-n ef.a Cbi.& aud .. "- ,"-". to avert theNwi o w re F r
S* m Se S WAr wied .the withdraaM ,of Keep iMtdy tureo- Within nc me.. i
4 eW So ftQi t-O Ib t.e I ste tt Ps- By ASHTON C. SHALLE .* __ORn____AN___ _ENBEERO L COUGH m U -
|* Sat 10o SO ---et btwe t ye1ow Governor of Nebraska._ | __ -J-!... ..
Sand a tSM white aco-o a tank ex- Te most Important task for Mr. Taft An CUR T LUN S
S- in Il I mp ortance y ethr that the Iu to keep the national expendturue with- C"U !
w "h av to u m In a the cation's Income and to make a re- yp 1 Y D I K
WoIk PP Wlcn and seduction t of th tariff which I w W
B Y- q4sstatl Rs* mCHARD BAR- will be a substantial rlief to the Amen. OY
M _H TOlagMT of, 1a 1o,,rt. can Ppeople and to Induce congress and -
"MO1 It dft *b* advnal be Eand cxcss"ive* xpr dture do o ot buyew D r.
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SRegulation of er'Child -Labor. r A Lou
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Barien, Ga,, Jan. 20, 190.
Dr. KElmer & C., gh pt, N. Y.
Getsmem:-So.me tismagoIulered
every with pan inmy b skeaad hip.
My bak pained m eatiually and I
felt ubrAM&e. A frhei rke on ded
9wa"PR t I obtained and took the
ea-teato of two bottles whAM I felt re-
Mef. My bek bhas not tru ledumeA
imd lem tregh eemmemd Swamp
ROst te o m esuffering from kidney
teI t.tos as itm- ang megreat
relief. YuT very truly,
Rev. KT. DawmoL

Results After Using

Boston, Ga., Jan. 18, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghampton, N. Y.
Genthmn:-Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
fr some time I was suffering with dia-
betes. I had severe pains in my back
ad hips. A friend recommended Swamp
Rot and I decided to give it a trial. I
obtained a bottle from a druggist and
after taking a few doses, felt relieved.
After takg severalbottles the pain
w entirely gone and have not suffer-
ed the slightet since. I cannot be too
enthdastie inmy praiof this won-
derful medicine and it gives me great
pleasure to give my testimonial m re-
gard to its merits.
SJ. Rountree,
Former Mayor and Member Legislature.
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp
Root and have also sold it in a number
of ceses for kidney trouble and always
with perfect sa-fsaction
J. C. Adams & Son.


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A Clergyman

New Road, La., Jan. a, 1% 3.
Dr. Klmer & Co., BIhsuhampmt, N. Y.
Desr 8hrs:-I write today to the b-
lie that yer Swamp Root Ired me of
IdM tytou Ikw s almost pat go-
1g,, hving spamodi e spd with my
dM tat w bre down my
eootfo e Tlbesbt aid was
-p ad a the3 jroposcedy trau-
bi as alklin the I e.ybutwewom-
as* to 4. as, ..MI Dpemanet mOd.
I took LWo bodlof SwamIoot and
beems a wellman. Thwsix yeas
. end I have had note of the tro
e Yum for for M mm.
rv. R. T=alor,,
Pastor Baptist church, New Roiede, La.

Mail Carrier's Experience

Blomatville, Team.
I have been rural letter carrier for
over fiveyea. Some two years ago I
was taken with severe pain in my back.
I sed medicine from my family physi-
clan for several moths without any ben-
At. A fried, Mr. J. D. Nelson, advised
me to try your Swamp Root, t I had
no faith L it. I cottinued to grow
worae nd at ast deedd to try thls rem-
edy and hboaght two m4lr bottles,
which I can truthfully my have com-
plete cured me.
Hadt tet been for Swamp Root I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery servi=
I advise all a carriers who get Pain
I their bask that Swamp Root wilems
I was so bed that often my wife would
have to hlp me to arise.
M. B. Hendrickao,
Rural Letter Carrier, Route No. 2.

A Contractor


Dr.


Donasonville, Ga., Jan. 20, 1909.
Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y.


Gentlenen:-About.four years ago I
suffered from kidney trouble and rheu-
matism in 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
frequetl and would have to rise two
or three 9mes during the night, causing
me to suffer from loass 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 at I felt better and
could sleep all right at night. I contin-
ued to take it until I had taken four
large 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, da.


Member T.f-me0 e rinkatue
Rral Route No. 2 B e1el Ti L

Resf t It Has Proved

Dotha1, Ala., Jan. 21, 19.
Dr. Khlmr & Co., Blaghampton, N.NT.
Dear 8rs:-Havebe offering more,
or lesfrom kk trouble for te lt
fve yesandwas induced to try your
SwampRoot. Am happy to sayjr give
you tssllmo.iisal that P aOIsa ALme. I
aM a av g al for Me
Cogate .. NewYork, dam al-
ways traveling n the road. Drinking
the dierent waters affected my kd
UeyL Yoor s

A Prominent Mason

Jacaon, Tmenn.
According to my experience, I do not
confer 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 Texas
when my kidn become affected and
for tea days I suffered eLast.
Sacompied with severe chills.
S lvera rs having been re-
eved of a mil attack ly
sought relief as before from Swamp
Root
After using four of to large is
bottles I was completely restored and
went on my way rcn and praidsing
Swamp This ws three years
ago and I have had no iL tte4 of a
return of the affliction.
J. C. Smith, Jr., 33 deg. Mason.

Fully Satisfied
Wayeross, 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.
Mr. Martin conducts a carting and
transfer business.


Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over
the United States and foreign lands, expressing heartfelt gratitude for what
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 Tba; BEST
Swmp 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-For example, when you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the Great Kidney, Liver and
Badder Remedy, don't allow any dt drug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into buying something
hes in its pAmes. aery time he cceeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes more profit, but you are
hm O .M -at the expeme of your health.
--" OTL--]y madr of TH .FLORIDA STAR who has not tried Swamp t, the Great Kidney, Liver and
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Tom tm qtity o tbet lly, to wflluy
tTe. uws sd shet al wami to tel
hew to mfreewtad 'dhsf ad
he 4 e~ain-i"MU, tinted Wnb hTbem

liat the ptes ef the pme .fvalti
mjmms ad quality of the town, to unlck
-pin" the.wa and sIbt a waming to the
s wife oAhh ed Ased Uieh, pmli
abest, ing against the scandal.1f a surprise


Hem, then, upba c shions under
the uht, with his pens and hi toels
and 761 collection of old moter-
piees, eluded from the vehement
miAm of the bamsar sad the trn.
bMous politie of the town, sit Ab.
aed Ased Ullah, the writer, uned
to the company of travelers from
abroad, but miMly wishfl for it
"Your day be happy," mys Ah-
med Aned Uliah, according to the
fora, beaming inquisitively over his
yo oth happy and blew

"My hoe, he replies, his inter-
est quite detached from the compli.
meat, genially ezpresielf rath-
er in a glowg, dig t aBile,
childlike in frank delight, is hon-
oed in yo=rjdi n-
"Bat, no, is the protestation;
'the homnr ie to ch as mayby
grace be mittd to vit the
-boa ate dieUgiMhed*
"God forbid," says Abmed Ased
Ullah, with pious formality, "that it
should be considered so in this
case I"
"God forbid, indeed, that it should
be presumed otherwise"
Ahmed Ased Ullah swiftly touches
his breast, his thin white beard, his
forehead, offering the serviee of his
heart, his lips, his mind, in agree
meant with the polite custom, and
accepts in return an expression of
devotion precisely similar in form
and sincerity, all the while continu-
ing with remarkable rapidity to
jump his finger tips from breet to
brow, as if with the determination
to multiply his politeam beyond
the posibity of being mateed,
displaying in the ceremony an ail-
ity which nothing but lifelong prai
twice could achieve.
"By your favor.," says he at last,
bowing an invitation to enter.
"It is by your grace."
And the gentle welcome to the
diwan of Ahmed Ased Ullah is so-
complished. Norman Duncan in
Harper's.
Preferred Feo to Drink.
The man with the freckles on his
nose glanced carelessly over the
morning paper which the man with
the barbed wire beard had thought-
fully subscribed for.
"Will you"-
The landlady spoke his name with
infinite sweetness, for she fondly
hoped he would pay his board after
supper.
-"have some oyster stew?"
The man with the freckles on his
nose tilted back his chair in de-
fiance of the laws of etiquette and
gravitation.
"No, thank you"-
A faraway look came into his eyes.
-"I'm not thirsty."
It is a matter of conjecture wheth-
er it was emotion or stage fright
that caused the man with the yellow
whiskers to sneeze so violently that
he upset the salt cellar.

Hew Rooms Are Rested In Moxie.
Strangers sometimes mildly won-
der what newspapers or sheets of
blank paper are tied on the win-
dows or balconies of certain houses
for. A sheet of paper thus arranged
is a sign meaning that there are
rooms to rent in the house oa


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AA! 7WTba to nwovk bw of et basmen, meaiubw can de "W
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pedthmtea nboua ar a aaa..ssen as e...A sens ts

/ b heaa e' .M I rae-_e_ smp. ,. xcesan, ate ws we a. see we ,
k. powC2Selnor aateisseps aessi. 3
u- .8.fl twknft viewu"lq atm-n sos.tSel ts.,e henw mam U s. esa m ni ,ae ,
f, Itis4the .Ger be omS tdy to rhtits self agalmst th

mmtd.nz~dlet08 emt of Iml] ezme f u printd $t for riBt trdounhtr n. know s v as wen mout es mas tt ser t rost ea Im te
idnthc mhith sb., os.Med leol. L or the n il bi h
ha md tin to h S for pat aTh ac dentalw-ly Pus hism b alat -& fmatT
S$lie readright Aof w. 3* Tna.ocuvcnely be wets his
bad -wFrur the county, -waogsjt n'oyr o r i.
ga James Carver is appointed rrad Sager j01 onth, thon Mow* as In dsmemma teham,
I IIW ia puintumidesnt hfor eWard coty or the s&te sse TheTwtpl dos etmies s hsp*es
br 000doir few of pa Ho knw# at very well. Bust mskn of I bos Op bed. bJu
swtle dAriN g U 1 tenthat Feb. Sed better for the time bein*g.domi- e.S M stIals beg to
fl w' g e gg, go a08, oA rnoaton relative t Opei P- People eat unwisely. This prohese his ptwees t the St me.a at
S w se mounglets into Jldian river was pmed. dyspepsida or ldito. The omy im whlM be eelS S .m med t
daum 'to m The foDowing vouchers were ex- moa cunr Is to 0a correctly. Yet Iflad.
Os y nIw MI tr d rI ao rt w rIsumved andwa prd Banda pwarn ve Is at hand the palmn aa s s mfss is M S -
and the trmer bad atted to his gestion can be mitigated, t three of m ther gd medy ap the y
odr to be fraw for it dyspepsia assagcd. The medicine sankeatthdghte
~~~~q flk eotaertlfat showing tha the
I15 m TiWstt- run FUot be meld to thave caret It saimpi fr te powr of th es ue
Swe tfo on palliates disagreeable symptoms. The met he reashar oa dises
mes kma to bi dult 'a U w ward Co ty State sate must come through right living. b t n S SImIW
ems bEt to swedit aeounty tremarer. Take Peruns, for instance. No a the diseased ectics.
n S Aedem dma elaim of Riod 8. nith was claims Peruse is a curo for dyspepsia. tatm ie tia
,_A.. do #wpme t0l laReed Work, ao 75 fs But Peruse will stimula the s tomah It
....b M u oen Of elwUM DST. O. S to perform its function property. P er og I hd a'b s tse
r da"k teti t sourt, county Judge, w I w sm maeh oun tb Fight medicie at the right t1


A'Is&*"ad UIII h;eaeL LRemanm utw.a ud witmasthou ei Ian tlo us dIsO ia~q godesnd. md me ressl pares
wo-orekaof J. P.L- t-obe carried on at a)L It will Increase the w e
amC. R. hano e- Or JM.femn. ---- 481 SO relish. of food, the appetite.* 'Th ut. hm w hw
WKRaeos, C. T. M ld.rine SadnRoAD = ow. NsNo. 4L It Is admitted that all this ca be itsuntold balus. ,y a ,e


: .~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~W L Rom C. T. ..c ride and o,,n.mo, ot, ~o u, s
a a u aud work, o. s accomplished by right living, but there world wi get we -
%-tRo reaivo "'s' uo.5. are so masy people who either will sot throgh errefl lvlasaulmfl
wmo It at ad T.La Wadutt ae or do not know how tottohorctlo that ao wiw be setoed. Dat ot o
of ae to road tron Oak Hill mouth to Turn- a" tremendous amount of good ca be arrived. Is the mess we
Mo bWIU was received and letters filed for eSaM wannx run, done by the wise we of rerunsa te world Io apehiag tht petse
3.M. 1.oBhwno hhnrefrne J. P. Br sms veden, etc 4mo A stomach that has been frequtt s whh all m wl bei
f ', Il wf~mpmrysslsosursntofJ .townfVIn osat. and N roa S abused perform s the fiction c disn mted, Peruef Is a iramnl eme y
r et p wof J. P. Brown to state apu- pAO v 2Y. Such Stoiemach & ows haveoi the haoems.
d a U % bd posed in Brevward county during the The board adourned to meet the m after it is swallowed. This l ads lghtstarrhal bs liver


Cui'd.....-- -ml pe a eevd n h .E tog t el g a nyb theg f led 8 uhtoremain unigeted for. som slih| .t werwI angemsto Sa I emma;h
4. o. "C mosS ao.t Februaryry 19, weo p -first Monday in April at 8:0 a. m. to fermentaton of the food. sour stow roat, eah tb, la
r4seu a I-amt 1ae ash is the result. This goes on wek els; these attach e to ast to
agmw Plubrek, a Bondf. .. d Aeist lakstande. after week, until the blood is poisoned grate diees, eas ea be alWS V
SPl.r is to. d H. Wadswrth to An stand that was probably in with theproduectof fermentation. Ts the uouseas o P s.
_- s~f hs ay rUfle we approved and permit use 3,400 yeas ago is in a museum Scamos is very apt s proe h Wld y ie to es a ins e
Chess oraon for wh i in Berlin. It is of y i n make e
his Dlqoetmrary famse grea Colmmuniation from E. Ben care- ad is supposed to belong rto te Iesd mt rrityhew hv ise Nre anodw steam d ready em
a' fet his pusralahip or statesman- tsr relative to closing croasmg on eighteenth or nineteenth dynasty or mess t cotton ling. But i Is serning it. If so, ad rem the Pnars
set ** e ben peared. ublc rad afee soth o 15 soewhee aout1600B. ., l- eamed that Peruse will assist a badly Drug Masuactuerlag Co., olambee
npo.t w receved ad th F. a though its real age can only be jings -_mek we.ll wot Ir

Mp, hi setiemhas ben preermved. publice rand ifet s oudrdtha ofe 12soewhertiies about10 B.m Cti, are-t stmcThroa i wr.,3.l ue Fiirsemto paiopeld.an
," -At me m e s tb dt C. Ry. Go. Ist ereibiy tato to edo o sp roximately. it is made of -
aad rra.sri.Th d .wood an has two compartments, an It reluIr.o t remove
Ii; tmesdt Oaal L. Col return amid dicninme bythe miad COSupper one prodded with two holes, the dvmtsuhaviag hatba
Ph klugas dicommntionue bythe P.oAd. oneil for blackosad one for red in c outref ac tht
th folnbg laenenlan relative to state fair was received p ~The black an h ed1 insnel whorthta beavlagc.s
he h~isffcIn kmIfl andf filed and it is ordered that the are certaitiqs, for some still re- Te"~-
M tofBrevard county exhibit at the fair at mains, in a dry condition, within TeFrust National Dank
.-it,- Iwasmy lege to give Jacksonville be discontinued from the receptacles. Another ancient of St. Augustine
oradto ca company who the date and the clerk of the board inkstand is supposed to have been accounte froe men of
-hild thee gathered to listen to Ire. notify Mr. MeMillan. intended for the use of a schoolboy. Zlffars as well those of
P. A. Baker, D. D the national Report of J. R. Miot showing that It would certainly hold ink enoughlre latrets It s t
aupmhlntendeut of the AntSoon he had collected and paid into the for a schoolboy's needs, for it has no o 0 open one eves though your


rf. ,l- ewer than four mk nole, s. n Bmothl^ Di e es s not on a lsr scale.
%dis sing the situation In the ounty treasury for speia road dis- inkstands were found at Thebes The advantage of the account will
B; state of Florida, I touched upon the trict No. 2 $16.15 from hire of coun- -- become more apparent with every
eompedon of the next legislature as ty mules was received. A Plaa t Physi da exper
aUPO the present liquor aitu Report of T. J. Cockshutt showing When you want a pleasant physic give
-ation in S state. I made the state- Clhamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a
that more than three-ffth of that he had collected and paid into trial. They are mild and gentle in their a-


* aind that of the members so pledged prtofR A. Conkling showing The retail druggista of this country,
all but three have willingly written that he had collected and paid into as a class, arenotedfor theirhigh stand-
S'this office, over their own signature, the treasury for special road district ard of intelligence and honorable deal-
of their purpose to stand by the No. 3 $13.25 from hire of county ing but it is a well known fact that oe-
Samendment pro dton. i seasonally you will find one who will tryl
o mt nIv b 24th. a Tam. mules was received. to sell you somethinee when you A PURELY
a pa edi torially attack m Reort of J. M. Osban fowingfor Remy of Rs A. ti
tatement amnd pactically challenged that he had collected and paid into portant than ahis pocketbook. fcrhore h i ra stn
me to produee the proofs of it. I the treasury for the benefit of road For example, when you ask for Dr. .
immediately prote the editor of the fund $115 from sale of county mulesKilmer's Swamp Root, the t kidney, A One bottle purEhas dieae oaed by a Trou
S repeating my state- y liver and bladder remedy, t let any nebote today ay v yo a er
met of th Sunday and stating w receve. druggist, drug clerk or storekeeper per- sick spell tomorrow.
that we have the letters I Report of A. Heaton showing sude you into buying something else in SMALL DOSE, LARGE DOTl-MPRICE 50s. GET THE GCE MEU
Pa lm to hae L its place t your he sumoe in B DCSl SO WC
meaind to haveon file in our office, that he had collected and paid into selling Every time he succeeds i BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
I went so far to offer the.Tampa the treasury for special road district make reprofu bus youe h bIstit h00-s North Seeed Street ST. LM Aa .
i to sa mt ess tett ers hir ques- No. 4 $21.00 from hire of county gd at the expense of your health. ndneyE ol Lnd RoeommGWtndd
o a committee of three prom- les rFor many years we have watched ALL e r
UnIt legymaen. representing as mul was received. withinterest much the remarkable -ree- tomorrow,
Sm denominations, and offered to The sheriffs instructed to notify ord maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp DESIGS, DD Di DAM DD O Il D
a fall. as a man of veracity, 0. N. Campbell to remove the fence Root. From the very beginning the AA LI lULLS
by their o ding in the cafe. the e a.n pa h. proprietors had so much confidence in it f l
S.I aa kin that the ne. a _erected obstructing the road that they invited everyone to send for a We 5e within reach of the AMATEUR the latest bet and mot worthy
t Ae r stasehi to f st from Elu Gatlie to Aurora, otherwise t ree sample bottle so that people could delIs for im all css of
...... submitth w letter in No. 4 $2100 frm he of c y ge at tits great curativ value in evenBl l CABIN
meat, for that some of our friends be proceeded aga it as te t distressing cases of kidne SPEED BOATS LA CHS CAB CUISES
ovser the sate mayo -the edstor.s lawuprovides., liver ainbladder troubles. S e e nnni nu
K Stak ad may not see my article in Petition of E. A. M. Stewart et al On another oge of this paper you Frames, Planked Hulls, or Partly Finished Boats
-by Will fndr a few of the letters, prompted
1 m Ihqorpeople of the state -re has ees o heaobt 1tr n' atitt. tht Shipped m sections, taking advantage of lef carload
S at liberty to get whatever comfort o m "' are constant coming to Dr. Kilmer & freight rates. All the hard work done by our
vIr the sateit We ear one aundes Dolls Rpeward for ompn-o onle can doubt such sin-t
l.S Iu e yw t bnd atLfewo thae ulybe-Dr RASY-TOBUILD SYSTI OF CONSTRUCTION
.__ att have.k .amt-t-..Ce hampton, temet- for Amateur and Professional Boat Builders
AmmM 3 0IZl 2i_ w sad belle lml c neoied ua 'uinlbneyoushdo have thel
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While these figures show an in-
crease of 2,4S,0 gallons of turpen-
tine and W ,9M barrels of rn for
1908 over 1907, there was a marked
decrease in the value of the product
for 1908as. comparedwith the pre-
aeeag year. This e due to the
great decres in the previlingprice
for tarpetine for 1908 and the aight
decrease in the prevailing prices
for rosin during the same year. The


Iiwn, $i2Vf7.8


em In th value ot athe os.o
tof $8m,74,.9 In f avor of

M Th figures uaed In at emining
th value a turpemtlnes ad roain for
the two years are bed th mark-
t qowtaem at SMavanna, threo-
amed naal tores market of the
United Statse.. The average price
received for tonrpstlm manfac-
tred 1908 wn$OJS. per gallon,
Mad In 190 wm O $0.Sper gallo.
Tw avewse prie reeived for rosin
in 1908 wm$.14 perbarrel and in
19 wM $4.8 per barrel.
Mwe number of operations for the
two years were distributed amog
the eight states as follows




North Carolina 4s 4
Tes ........ 8 4
1,s 1,eI
The increase in prodm tion for 1908
over 1907 was due to more favorable


1907 %


Romin
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181,907
72,15
3,W1


Turpentine

15,572,700
10,119,600
2,2500
?,184,100
916,400
6,950
74,850
84,180,800


Rosin


barred
1,774,870
1,178,575
41,49
126,8407
1e8,561
75,057
7,600
8,999,821


weather and labor conditions than to
increased operations. But few oper-
ators increased their operations, ow-
ing to the disorganized condition of
the market at the time operations
commenced. Figures upon which
the report of production for the two
years is based were secured by a sys-
tem of correspondence and personal
visits to the points of production by
agents of the forest service.


A Bernee Paraite. College Life In 185S.
A famous rarity in the vegetable A letter written by a student in
world of Borneo is the rafflesia, the the medical school of the University
buah pakmph of Malays. The plant of Michigan in 1853 tells of the
is one of the most4egraded of para- cost of living in those days. The
sites, and so completely does it sub- writer says:
merge itset in the tissues of its host "It will cost me much more to
that the only part which ever shows live in Ann Arbor than I anticipated
itself to the external world is the owing principally to the high price
enormous flower. The diameter of of provisions. I cannot tell yet;
the flower measures about two feet. what it will cost to board myself,
The odor is repulsive, and there is but think that I cannot'safely esti-
not one feature of beauty to recom- mate it at less than $1 per week for
mend it to man. It appears, how- provisions, besides room rent, fuel,
ever, to hold an important place in lights, etc., which will swell the
the pharmacopoeia of the natives, amount to at least $1.50. The stu-
who perhaps imagine that the plant dents generally, so far as I have as-
to which nature has given so unin- certained, pay from $1.50 to $1.75
voting an exterior must possess some per week for table board, and $2
hidden virtue in the way of cospen- sems to be about as low as good
atiom. Various spies of raefilsa board can be obtained, inulnding
an knows in Braeo and, oddly room, fuel, lights, etc."-Michigan
enough, their ot are invariably Alumnus.
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eow yioupa1mjk vrou
look lftbe pala y Andw saM


of smoke wearing its lgth over
tlwgreen vista. A traa ris
a. suddenly it is gone,s
uwed it would sme, in that
trang oking earth. Bt, no It
has merly plunged into a tunnel
beeath a towering mountain, the

bate veritle. f aTa oat
of neetetof which is lost to the
Now you pass above the clouds
and into a dn ing sunlight. The
white billows beneath, with the
shadow of the car upon them, look
ke great trackless fields of now.
e realistic is the scene it seems as
if om could put on snowsho and
mumkaway.
You are on a new planet now,
roused with a wonderful exhilara-
ti. Beautiful rainbow effects cre-
ate a veritable fairland all about
you. R8ddei'ly a faint, weird music
of sweetest cadence strikes the ear
and is gone as swiftly as it came.
That is some great, jarring noise
from the earth or the heterogene-
ous roar of a big city merged into
measured vibrations of harmony and
wafted up to your new world by
some upapringing current of air.-
Leo tevens in New York Herald.
or Diaesea of the skia
Newly anl daeM of th a kiMn uch a
tater, arbeesad barbes' tek.
eartI whichw itesablug sed
asa*ke life a buard
WAdwdlarbssle. and rge. Quiek relief-W
be had by aljngas Chamberla's slve. It
alay the I ant d marting almoSt inestat.
r. Maeae have been eared by its use.
For ale by Titsville Pharmacy.


Tennyeen In Playful Meed.
Tennyson's simplicity would some-
times find vent in almost boyish
freaks. One evening, at Farring-
ford, he was seized with the idea
that he would like to dress up one
of Mrs. Cameron's nieces in the
garb of a man. He got one of his
own long coats from the hall and
with a burned cork disfigured her
pretty face, daubing upon it a heavy
lack mustache and imperial, and
then retreated to the other side of
the room to gaze with manifest de-
light upon the result of his handi-
work. From "Some Early Victo-
rians," by J. Comyns Car".

DIAGER II DLAT
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous
for Titusville People to Neglect
Thegreat danger of kidney trou-
bles is that they get a firm hold be-
fore the sufferer recognizes them.
Health is gradually. undermined.
Backache, headache, nervousness,
lameness, soreness, lumbago, urinary
troubles, dropsy, diabetes and
bright's disease follow in merciless
succession. -Don't neglect your kid-
neys. Cure the kidneys with the cer-
tain and safe remedy, Doan's Kidney
Pills, which has cured people right
here in Tituaville.
Mrs. John Noble, living in Titus-
ville, Fla., ays: "Our little girl suf-
fered from kidney weakness for three
years and she seemed to have very
little control over the actions of the
secretions, especially at night. She
doctored and took several remedies,
but nothing seemed to help her in
the least. We finally learned of
Doan's Kidney Pills and obtained
them. The use of one box has com-
pletely cured the child. She is now
Liable to retain the secretions and ia
steadily vwmg stronger. We are
thankful indeed, for the benefit she
has obtained from the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills."
For salebyall dealers. Price50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York. mole agents for the United


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vise tOIeW TVuI statutIs. A beak
d l health Joe"d him to abadon
the w, and hb embarked In the gro-
erY tmdes tIn Cheag. Brned out
In the sat S ra he rebelit and be-
!am pleMGo t of a eftisens' commit-
tee that ised a the government of
ChOago sad practically made the pres-
eat la department. A Republican In
pOlItlM, he belt d Blalae In 18M and
forward word with the Demo-
efta. dea wm a nominaton for
Myw, but afterward accepted that
r Wite-d States amster and cpa-
amesd the stat,. but his party was a
Itj the meseeding legislature.
b" hbe been at the head of various
de serv eatah and Uteram
at ChfIcago aid served as a
sombsr of the National Civic fedea-
Itms. In the last campalt-n he aban-
doMie Bryan and returned to the Be-
pulican party. Mr. MeeVeach is tall.
sprs, rather reserved, bua with q
ready wit.- H6 s a combination of
daoss scholar and multlianlllonale.
He married the daughter of a bank
preasdent and has been himself chair-
maa of the board of director. of a na-
toM balak.
Jacob MeOavwok pldnson. selected
ht Mr. Taft as his secretary of war, is
the attorney for the lMinou Central
nairoad. lAke Mr. MaeVeah, Judge
DIekiananm a Democrat who bolted
Bryan, and, tke MacVeagh.also, he is
a resident of Chleago though accredit-
ed to Tennese*. The new war see-


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wa atle te. Te4u bae (tse boy






went to Rarra8. Next he went to
Waltsteatas erk ot a contractor

havng hem born In Ohio, lke other
great BMen Ae went to the Bay state
became hbb father was a pnecher and
was called ther.. Them be (the boy)
went to Harvard. Next he went to
Washington as clerk for a contractor
be knew, got Into the agricultural de-
partment as a birdologist--that is not
the eAlal title, but It will do--took
to studyltg law at nalhti, ran Into
Geo e B. Cortelyon, who was doing
tie same thin, and, lo, he was made!
Oertelyou began to rsae and took
MHtebheok with him. Art Into the deo
apartment of eammerce and labor, which
the two af then organized, then Into
epubliean national headquarters in
the campaign of 1904, next Into the
poetoece department, with Cottelyou
at thi head and Hitebcock as his Afrst
luratant Now he returns to It as the
head. Durtan the recent campaign
Frank Hitebeeck was called "the hu-
man card Index," "the tower of st-
leace" and other names that should
not be printed In a moral newspaper.
He is forty-two years old, well groom-
ed, Is both tall and heavy and looks
like an athlete. He is no longer a
bird expert, his chief study now being
politcans. lie has them all clansl-
'led as a naturalist claselaes bugs.
George W. Wickersham, the new at-
torney'general, is the Wall street law
partner ot Henry W. Taft, the preel-
dent elect's brother. He hails from
Pena svalas, has been an attorney
for the Ryan and Belmont interests In
New York, belpld to put the suspend-
ed Knickerbocker Trust company back
on Its fest and is highly recommended
by Senator Knox. He is known as an
o9ee lawyer, has practiced In New
York for twety years, belongs to the
old school and has the highest rating
to his professton as an attorney of big.


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that he eoM be as loyal to the goT-
ernamt at $8000 a year as he had
been to private concerns at $100,000 or
more. Knox seared but a short time
with McKinley, his great work as at-
torney general oa.tnftin under Theo-
dore Roosevelt His most notable
achlevewets were galvanalung the
an-trat law Into life, dissolving the
Northern Securites merger and nego-
tatiang the purchase of the Pansma
canal rom Prance. On the death of
Matthew Stmaney Quay he was ap-
pointed seater from PeunsylvaTna
aad was afterward elected by the leg-
wlatue In the senate, coateary to
custom, he imme lately became a lead-
er and took rank as one of the preat
*coatltuttmal lawyers of that body.
He was born in 18 at Brownsville,
Pa., the little city on the Monogabela
that gave. rse to James G. Blatne.
Kaox was educated at Mount Unlon
eell, ge,,0 admitted to the bar at
twwt a ban active at PItta.
burg, was TUand State district atter-
new In 1M8.7, but resigned to hfrm


Phhasiar KaeO.

ratary is the grandson of Felix Graa-
dy, a former attorney general of the
United Btates, and has been himself
assistant attorney generaL He has
also been Judge of the supreme court
of Tennessee, counsel of the United
states before the Alaskan boundary
commalssion and a professor of law in
Vanderbilt university. He is about
fifty-ve years of age, served for
three months in the Confederate ar-
my, graduated from the University of
enunesee and afterward studied at
Lelpasi and Paris. He belongs to the
beat of southern families.
Movd late Polities by a Car.
George von Lengerke Meyer, chosen
tor secretary of the navy, Is the for.
mer postmaster general. In that posi-
tion be shook things up by his per-
sistent advocacy of postal savings
banks and the parcels post He was
also minister to Italy and ambassador
to Rusia. where he took high .rank
socially ad hobnobbed with royalty.
In our present Washington society
thal mtAI *a lPM -- A a *-& a O a. a----


Cepyright by
J.C.a straus.


G. W. Witershe-
Copyriht. SIM. by
Pach Brose.


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3. A. Bamlnger.
WI aacla Massaasah e
*owuoo toowesowetoeoewe -
financial interests. With such prece-
dents and training he may be expected
not to "run amuck."
Authority on Law.
Richard A. Ballinger. Mr. Taft'a sec-
retary of the interior, was a class-
mate of James R. Garfield, the present
holder of that portfolio. As a result
Garfield tried to get him to be commis-
sioner of the general land office, but
BRlilnger declined. Garfleld Insisted.
and Mr. siaulinger at last reluctantly
consented. He held the office one
year and in that time reorganized it
from top to bottom. He then resigned
and returned to his law *practice.
When appointing Ballinger, Roosevelt
remarked that they were getting a
$20,000 man for $5.000. The new sec-
retary of the Interior was born in low.t
in 1858. his father having studied law
with Abraham Lincoln. The son went
to Kansas and embarked In the e:aL.il.
business at the age of seventeen. IUo
got a preparatory education in the
University of Kansas and Was.hburn
cAllee anal dpnrdated frPmn Wiliama


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liver. Ask your deawr if be eAderes
Ayers PI ian the eases. The doen
is small, es pill atbedm.
a a-wei r s. aAe m., 1.5ws4 M mWW-

tli. 1 l atiner or IMeTffTawdiSks.
fihter of BdemsB .
.harles Nagel of Missouri, new see-
retary of commerce and labor, Is a
fighter of bosses, a devotee of art and
a high class lawyer. He Is better
known among lawyers. and educators
than to the public at large, although
he served as a member of the MNW-
sourl house of representatives and is
a member of the Republical national
committee. He is a native westerner,
having been born In Colorado county,
Tex.. In 184. In the height of the
civil war the pronounced Union senti-
ments of his father, Dr. Herman Na-
gel, compelled him to remove from
Texas to St. Louis. Here Charles Na-
gel soon entered the at. Louto high
school. Graduating from there, he
took a two years' course In the St.
Louis Law school and then went to
the University of Berlin, where be took
a special course In law and political
economy. Returning to St. Louis an
1873, be was admitted to the bar and
soon had an active part In municipal
affairs. He was for four years presa
dent of the city council of t. Loats.
If Secretary James Wilson contlnaee
to hold the agricultural portfolio until
next November he will have broken
the record for continuoqscablnet serv-
Ice, which Is now held by Albert Oal
latin, once secretary of the treasuy,
who served twelve years, eight moths
and twenty-five days. Secretary W I
son was appointed at the outaet of the
McKInley. administration. He was
born In Ayrshire, Scotland, In 1MSU
and at the age of seventeen was
brought to this country by his parents.
He was edueat4 in the public school[
of Iowa and at Iowa college. He e-
gaged in farming and. entering state
politics, was a member of the twefth
thirteenth and fourteenth asseambie
of Iowa, be elected speaker of the
assembly In his last term. He served
three terms In congress.


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This mBe bahprov < .. \"the$M dW
TrLd friend. of the ..l:tbelsM
.aroinpt relief When w v. f tuOuipaStiea
lndiMetion., Dlljmwb& IDeuNma. iad-e
tie or other troubles iic ldit to a torWld
inactive liver and a cles t d p system.
It is a pleamnt me!y 0o irrc.t power. aud
4*ature's smistant in the l.isi .t dear.e. It
is made in both liquid and powder forun, e
pleasantandareeUale to the taste.prompt
in action. and leaves no sickening. weake
Ins after effeetl.

We have a larxe number of letters from
jttised patrons wh;o have been benudted
and cured by it.
St. Joseph's Liver Resulator is"ad
by drualstel sed lneral merchbvts or you
can send to ua for it. Price. Liquid.M cent
a bottle. Powders. in tin boxes, cents a
box. ample of powder and booklet seM
free oan IMp i .


The Narrow Path.
There are occasional doubts in
the minds of the elders of the Morse
family as to the quickness of Bob-
by's wits, but there has never been
any doubt that a lesson once learned
by him, however slowly, is forever
after remembered.
"Won't you shake' hands with me,
Bobby?"' asked one of his sister's
admirers, hut Bobby hung back.
"I don't care to," he said, with
terrible distinctness.
"I)on't you like me?" asked the
unwise visitor.
"No, I don't," replied Bobby, and
then there was a shocked chorus
from the family.
"Bobby," said his aunt reproach-
fully as she withdrew him from the
public gaze, "wv'v did you sav such
a rude thing to .Mr. Brown ?
"BecauFe, a.ntv," said her wrig-
gling charge, -I got spanked last
week for not telling the truth, and
I shan't never take any risks again!"

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f rs to Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills and
_ANS HEALTH.
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S* ir whae pe a lte ais t hSi witheths a nis
theltthahaIIL t hew hilwes o eha
Uews.a^ala '* .. 1 a I .n
S .a ms a msh Aem. Uns., M of i The Navigatie Jlftivlh.
W1, . T9maw bM am iU ai Scientifically, of course, the pop.
We.. *e st a abs.uw N a1 alar idea of the jellyfish is wholly
Ssaw W oSn," S Wa8. mKiSSlw'S !h' 'v"mistarke But it is perhaps only
Z n in tropical waters that he is found
Ms .aJ bM nd in the perfection of intelligence. In
MW n a f the south Pacific, around the is-
uiin s he lands of Polynesia and as far south
1-'I L as the upper portion of the north
m bCtoaM l Tislaad o f Na Zealand, there is a
I .mMWUksmm jlUlyah that not only knows where
bhe wants to go, but is even provided
S- T6 Wts with a sal, which he can ad does
_,. ....o..otwoar e thn e hoist or lower at wilL The sail,
in Outaret oe a. poweSL rM like the rest of this curious animal,
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'T*47 y A dww asosee
Ini_. hl.tho tt n tre, body of theiAsh,, which I of the
mmm^_. rb B.ho ate hovead eor tne conscerip sal lat.s emstrci, e pth
it *tiom he t -hapoleon#s famous thesl, a .mbra, r aeosti ao a gir
TH aW wel soo s-we nerly all Wends And shelL- Lame Stadand.

it a T r tr or m1whon oo ths one- wohaoe ek of pt wh e-bleic hosum"
ru icl ... m tso, itoe the aieo household w8g- 6
So imento. The r womet tre tan tad me Hmeat will r name e


& at. ,e "o X&-&* ye et tho ouitr ee do iSr. o Thegre was t n rW Ar


'.a s, u '* 5I t oae .coisMthei -te- t r e-s- pMl in h.s Thecqytonag proe rpbe d
-th.e ptbe RPM as wnmosb I ~ Gr riesd then, core batrmu bhment eM ty
.....** *n .. T wo hy anre a n wall teiltl shaped, m ad ell you hneeld n lu Dry
...........A. t ai nby mae rWdlmue and nimhre in mo-e o re
ha'-ti-2, like the Lecdamonian wom-n
S* en of W Neat too a wrtha
S*t batr mt nei extnal feature ofb-oG A Scotch ministerewasoncecate-
Ume i l t l ias te1 national dress, his young parishioners be-
a at tna eh sa ,n ma h a fore the congregation when he put
"tese beasse mr"e Fwa a inost cssesm, survives
a t1 a t e longest and in its most charcteris. the usual fit question to a girl
wa? a 1 ticform among womn. be- whoth, father kept a publicnirs ho house
a t mrt twen different dist s it arie "Whatis your name?" qteueried
Very markedly, but throughout t the minister. But there was no re-
Se thae e comonwe- wife wa faturnt the .-nkirk to dry ply. thhe quintion wa repeated
Se ha to tn te n d then, to the amusement of th
M do c o ftc sowcourega tion, the girl answered:
i to e s. t It will feel Next Sunday," declared th.e "ane o yo3 we wrote Minister.
d who :w nt to te conscioustl Curiositie elhm Ye, ken my husbandme wl enough. D was sufye
man al ifetet. rt d by Mrlia be nom Andrew, contains wre g no say- feng from heartn ye come to oor house
-MN bYesu thre was s aer B on "Curious A"gouncement On a night, 'Bet, bring me some
or Inhurch from to whitewash th chur with was superanuted by the follNorthow
agare extracts:
he u ato tt p le to Scotch beadle, "tor at eret tme shall have nos said he
"aMt wa betaUon or the p tupose of Sawb eth, for the minister's house il de. Y avsed Dr
Sw tae bomnd ortbward. but having spring cle da. They had advised, and asmproveme thnt was
we so s. becam-t ha aJ l kW weather is very bad te minister's*i He DIe
t b av ben a we mpfeants the kirk to dry thingsol- apparent from the very rst. He
She ad t to te White recovered nd the conference in
t sat vatt b set-. lcae move Whext Sunday," declared the un- "In 1903 w4 gavtehim a ha you rgard-
consciouslv amusing Welshman, ing my husband, who was suf-
t Ms e.tar eo pm r ii an "thereell be no Sunday, as we're go- fearing from heart trouble. He
S s laserial theOutlook. Iau .ito whitewash the church with was superannuated by the North
Oin the relates Mr. RooIvelt nau yeow ocher." Georgian Conference. Ten doc-
abe at o aaeeM to that publication toa great different times said he
e that Nthe beglmais of the twen- Joe of the English. would die. You advised Dr.
s.fth estw I b ha n bess chaIScterIsed A *ell known comedian while in Miles' Heart Remedy and Re-
hi a ime t toward p dustrial y e. Quebec was sightseeing with a storative Nervine; we did as
a lat ss to ema m aTommy Atkins one ll They had advised, and improvement was
S h p U boe s -"tals d as a ast companion and guide an old ol- apparent from ts fre vry first. He
w soee ariBa.ins arm of the dier. recovered and the Conference in
S that th cha When they at length reached the i9o4 gave him a charge. He
.a this et io f Mr ha been Wolfe monument, which is on It do never felt better, although he







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'Is what you need Mr. Florida Meroh-
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We sell at factory Prices
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bta Ia the waty of o tr of eiuipped with a untifegal a to.o ogsand Driawe
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7 the tothpe pele hdm power of BBathmothrloadtn as hoIwhi =itMoTho SOLID CARS A SPECIALTYf
Stwnothrsa ft.we *artoed, pmedswi.t th b lsobtnihlo tpear NT hsaofFishLau ropt attention to local okI
whisem ofidtoe that hty took a their ah.. motors attahed to N isI__bWofif i^ ^S^^ahe vnavyardh
Swdeafm out of Cat WIlutetrtiS pump. which out -_______- _____ withtreguarmksd
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Ss opp"ying ralod water tower.n"
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h a a 016 "wo-pwoune turbine pump is a pro- TITUSILLE. FLORIDAA

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adO *W. OA thr booth one wa immediately im- Mal orders solicited and promptly fied. Wi order anything we
lted hiitusvlfle aad deyPointthis ano of all ofthe motoshown,and Notice ishereby venthat atte
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SnQuite anumberof people from out BridivIport mot tor undend to applyfori, the unpassaged a lawin- i C" l- - -
to alttli ided the danme at A. B. why they are so prominent with mo. to proabit hg with haul seines otr AL AN A I
SOur'sa terdaynight. tor boat enthista. in the tide waters of the counties of -----& = TAPL D
M Lou Walker and brother, Oneof the most interesting fes- Brevard, St.Lucie and Dade. at t Copetitive Prioe
W ahMtrpUL were calbrtin tures of his exhibit is a 83 h. p.sin- Rieo & O'Brien GAOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, UP O AR, TC.
la naturday sai Sundy.gle cylinder Brgeport motor, he Indian River& LakeWorth ALLENHURST, FLA. C HUlT C.m
Mr. and M A nLd Bru era i cylinder of whb has been partially Fish Co.
Mr 3d 1 a. L. cuibtm ad cut away, so that all of the interior R. Whyte
o thel ii hown.o- '. Wme.-s GarruphEast Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
S*-Hat8h ac lefti a acti- CIoof the merIfdn Oo T after be see ju a it ta e placeinm n.Sikes Dealers in Iumber and Building Material ah DoorsBlind
SitM, Psot as It i ple in the R.W. Godfrey -Paints and Oils, Builders' Hardware and Crate Material
W thih withh t, rPdotor ner working conditions, Car. CouAnn Write us for anything in the line of Ruildiog Material
whoet b n e thd educ valel o nd- Frd Irsn Yards at Cocoa, Eau Gallie and Fort Pieroe


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