Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 11 26, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00729
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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.um s wie for morn a, &rnoo
t l d eveIng o shon k tthu tai t the fople of Titus.
md all, daffil Imlbwm dsdotk O U M no
.iM nMet YTw VA re to sow t CtOM aio Geh
r. M r. Datidet. B a havg all that is new inh Trgaloo b t t om
cruts you should see our line of k Try a loaf of bread at the Home
ember Ie Alpine for lodging d bro suede, patent id and Bakery and you will never want any
ad quilk unech when in Tituville. gun metal, ankle strap pumps and other kind. Orders taken for pies
DIe makir plain sewing, chil- oxfords. and cakes. C. CoLtus, Prop.
dry's clothes, me's shirts aspecial- WINSTON S. BRANNING Lieut. Hugh L. Willoughby, an ar-
ty. Next to Walker's old store. Titusvlle, Florida. dent motor boat man, who has spent
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Denham went the summer at Newport, R. I., and
to Aista, Georgia, for a short BOY SHOT BY HIS OWN GUN at Vinton, N. J.. where he has been
I Mt week, but are expected to Mllo Kid Ad- perfecting his airship, writes that he
resbr here any day. Md ge Rookntl Discreis en route to Sewalls Point for the
Mr. and Mrm. 'antor, prominent tl Dc Shotgun winter.
peopeof Aiken, 8. C., arrived in Milledge Rooks, the 14 year old son The automobile racing men all ad-
Itt le Tuesday for a stay of sev- of Ada Wade, colored, of this place, mit thatStrang's "Fiat" ear is the
rMal maths this seso and have met an untimely death Monday morn- speediest thing in the world. It ranks
cured rooms at The Dixie. lg by the accidental discharge of a with our world beating yacht, Colum-
Col. T. B. Wooey, representing shot gun, the charge striking him in bia III, our record breaking trotter,
Cte .chants and Minere Transpor- the right forehead and lodging in Lou Dillon, and our fastest, longest,
tatio Co., arrived from Mii Wed- e det tat after- flying air ship. Surely we Americans
ay and is loold after the interests noon about o'clock. The boy never havejust cause to "swell with pride."
d regained cnsciousne from thei-nr
of his company here for a few da re ned onsio from Among those who are taking in the
uom ny for aih fewb carnival at Jacksonville this week and
FWstrunabout24.6 x8.8 withdoub- That morning Rooks with two oth- ean t Jacksonvile this weekend
le cylinder 12 h. p. Smalley motor, er colored boys, named Curtis and name e been handed in toA A
mak 14 miles. 11 foot cockpit, auto Roper, went hunting along the riverStw Dr. and Mrs. .. Ul
sterer, outfit the best, for sale at a shore north of town. Rooks walked Stewart, Dr. and Mrs. G. Utley,
bargain. Apply Box B, Tituville for out on the little dock of Ennis and Ms H len; Ms. G. F. daughter
rthut particulars. Black, awaiting shot at someducks, Miss Sie an Master Fo Duren
The Booster club held their regu- while the other two boys went into Miss Sadie and Master Foy Doren;
lar meting Wednesday night, but the hammock to look after some Miss Maggie Collins; Lon and Rush
o mount of o manypeopleattend- traps. Eretheyreturned they heard Wilson; Mrs. D. B. Clark and two
ing thq Carnival in Jaksonville this the gun fire and hastening back they daughters; Mrs. Dora Deisner and
we, and te oThanksgiving found Rooks unconscious, and they two grand children, Maude Renaker
Sand the in Thasgivin brought the news to town. and Fred DeCourcey; M. V. W. Mul-
ssmvi in the Methodio church that Investigation shows the accidental iikin; Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Nolle an
evMali, the endance wa rather discharge of the gun, caused by the k Mrand and
im. stock slipping off the dock (while Miss Loretta Hall.
hald in a vertical position) the ham-
IlMstr Mled Three Deer mer guard strikitw the plank mak- To Fill Vacancy
P.I. fl nsdm Prank, and L.A. a mark thefeon, cthe C6nsson thus Hon. George B. Gardner, chairman
S d son Parkhust ad Mr. Nointhe chargdeemed necessary. of the Brevard County Democratic
ALt d r No inquest wasdeemed necemary,
Adhsnr Brady made up a hunting every one being satisfied that the executive committee, has been ad-
parv that left the first of the week shooting was purely accidental. The vised by order of Governor Gilchrist
ra eamp hunt at Sloper's Point, burial service was held Tuesday in that the vacancy in the office of
aboutU miles s thwest of T the A. M. E. church, conducted by supervisor of registration for Bre-
Rev. A. W. Brown, the Sunday school
ville. Te party went with two teams associates of the dead boy serving vard county, caused by the death of
and aaried a mall boat with them. as the pall bearers. the late incumbent, will be filled
They returned Wednesday with three Rooks was employed at Rivers' upon the recommendation of the ex-
deer, a doe and two fawns, two of barber shp ndwas highly regarded ecutive committee of this county,
by all who knew him, aud his death tive tt of ntionty,
which fell toMr. L. A. Brady's fire, is atlyregrettedbythewhite provided that recommendation is
the other to Mr. P. J. Hall. ulation as well as the colored. made at a meeting of said committee
after due and timely notice has been
Eclipse of the Moon Tomorrow CANAVeW AT. given to each and every member of
A interesting astronomical event Mr. C. H. Nauman is visiting Capt. the place and hour of such meeting.
dalL mi th will be the total eclipse Wilson this week. In pursuance of the above notice,
d the moon in the early hours of the C. B. Wilkinson was here last week F. A. Morgan, secretary of the said
morningof tomorrow, Saturday, the for a load of berries, executive committee, has issued a
27th. C. F. Reed is visiting Capt. Reed call for a meeting of the executive
The moon will enter the earth's and Mr. Jeffords here this week. committee at Titusville on Thursday.
shadow at 1:11 a. m. on the 27th. Don Knight is up spending a few the 2nd day of December, to make
shadow a t111a. m. on th 2thi.- days with his brother, S. T. Knight. fl
Theshdow of theearth is one mill- Mi Norwood ha been drilling recommendation to fill th vacancy
ion miles long and at the point where her scholars for some Thanksgiving above referred to.
the moon passes through, it is six exercises.
thousad miles in diameter, so that Com. C. A. Welch, of Cohasset, Association Busy
the moon will travel these six thou- Mass., will arrive at his winter home The Titusville association of the
sand miles plus the distance the earth on the 29th. Florida Citrus Exchange commenced
travels during the time oftheeclipee, Mrs. Wilson and Miss Ranson have packing and shipping the fruit of Mr. I
which is three hours and twenty- returned from Titusville where they F. H. P,oye, on Delespine grant, the
eight minutes. As the moon passes were visiting, first of this week. This association
almost through the center of the A large fishing smack from Say- will handle about 5.0(N) boxes in this
shadow the eclipse.will be much lar- annah, was in the bight during the immediate vicinity this year notwith-
ger and longer than usual, and anoth- heavy blow last week. standing that so many crops wert'
er factorin favor of the moon-gazers Mr. Jeffords brought his little s"hl tin thee rees before the associa-
is that the moon is near the death. girl Bessie over to the grove Sunday. tion was fully launched out.
At 2:14 a. m. the moon will be entire- She will stay with Mrs. Wilson so she The Me.-sr; LeaRoche Brothers, of
ly lost in Mother Earth's shadow and can attend school Courteniy, shipped a car of orangets
will not begin to emerge until 3:37. .. from this point the first of this

At 4:38 the moon will make its final Dius KIce was nere :aturaay witn week. This is the first carload to go
adieu to the shadow. Should theskies' a party from Fulton Market, N. Y., out from the Courtenay association
be clear the eclipse will be one of lho is looking for a place to establish of the Florida Fruit Exchange. The
the prettiest that it is possible to ob- a fih business, for outside fishing, fruit was brought to Titusville in the
serve. large power boat recently enlarged
serve. Fruiter Mantanzas Rebuilt for this purpose and owned by the
FUrNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHO.S; The fruit boat Matanzas owned and Mesrs. LaRoche.
&ueaur, dresers, dressing stand
-htandrefrigerators, springs operated by A. M. Terwilliger for the Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Mattress s, kitchen safes, ice cream transportation of the crops from his Men's trousrs, made of a gool
freeser (White Mountain), chairs large groves at Mims and Shiloh, wasa good
Table, wardrobes, iron beds, rugs rovat M and loality of hard finished worsted
Matting, art squares, carpets. recently practically rebuilt at Palatka dark patterns, worth $3.5finished, special
dark patterns, w,,rth $3.4). special
CHAS. A. GADNER, Phone 342 and is now better fitted than ever for $2.49.
MotoBoht Fr Sl er work and for the outside trip to Also another lo worth $2.5io, spHc-
Motor Bot For Sale. and from Jacksonville. She was cut ial $1.98.
Toppan dory, whaleboat model, in two in the middle and twenty feet Men's woolen undershirts, light
with 3 h. p. motor, all just like new, added to her length, while her deck weight and heavy weight, special
at a bargain, address L., care STAR was raised four feet, giving her more $1.** per garment.
office. _hold. She now has a carrying capac- Men's four-in-hand ties. 5, cents
ity of between 1,100 and 1,200 boxes quality, special 25 cents each.
The Novelty Store in the hold, with deck room for many W. L Douglas shoes in box calf.
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Speci Sale at Kline's
gai"r in Evry Deprtmat
MONDAY, Nov. 29H, 1909.
Mercerized poplin, in all the latest
shades, specially good for one-piece
dresses, 5 cents per yard.
Elish fannelette, specially good
for kimonas, also some dark patterns
good for men's shirts, special 12%
cents per yard.
Good quality of bleached domestic,
yard wide, special 10 yards for $1..
Bleached cambric, yard wide, 10
yards $1.0.
Chiffon broadcloth, excellent qual-
ity. 54 inches wide, special $1.19 per
yard, Monday only.
Ready made sheets, the well known
Defender brand, linen finish 72x90,
9 cents each.
Ready made pillow cases 45x36,
special 12\ cents each.
Ladies' oxfords, the famous Krip-
pendorf make in vici and patent
leather, worth $3.50, special $29.
Ladies' felt bedroom slippers, worth
$1.50, special Monday only $1.86 per
Outing flannel, special 8 cents per
yard, in remnants only.
Nainsook, yard wide, excellent
quality for underwear, worth 20
cents, Monday's special 14 cents per
Ladies' undervests, long sleeves,
medium weight, 50 cents per gar-
Boys' knee pants, made in bloomer
style, worth $1.00, Monday's special
75 cents.
Good quality of cotton flannel,
bleached and unbleached, special 10
cents per yard.
Torchon laces, edgings and inser-
tions to match, Monday's special 6
cents per yard.
Juuus KLINE,
Titusville, Florida.

Palmhurst Owners Take Charge
The cozy little family hotel, the
Palmhurst, has been taken over by
the owners, Dr. J. S. Daniel and
brother, and will be run by them this
season. Everything is being renovat-
ed and newly furnished, Mr. R. E.
Daniel having left for the north Tues-
day for this purpose. The grounds
though ornamental, being an acre
surrounded by primeval palms, are
being beautified and perfected. A
beautiful orange grove of twenty
trees on the premises is reserved for



Pmmsnl Puararaph A t Peopl tht
Tra1 l HE udh ete
Limeade, delicious, healthful and
cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Store.
Miss Susie L. Teeter spent a part of
yesterday, Thanksgiving, at Enter-
Mrs. W. J. Messervy, wife of the
new proprietor of the Sterling hotel.
arrived last Friday from Jackson-
ville, much to the pleasure of Mr.
The steamer Vagabondia left St.
Augustine Sunday morning with her
owner, Mr. Mellon, and a party of
friends on board, bound for the low-
er coast for several days hunting.
Mr. Mellon will come down again
later on for his usual winter cruise.


A colored man by the name of
Granger, who had been in the employ
of J. H. Clark, at the turpentine still
at Maytown, died Sunday from hem-
orrhage of the lungs and was buried
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, ser-
vice held in the Baptist church by Z.
Messrs. Dotter. Street and Hyden-
risch, of New York city, members
of the Thousand Island club, ar-
rived here last Friday and went to
Allenhurst that afternoon and left
this place Sunday morning in their
own little boat for their club house
on Banana river.
Church Notes
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Mark's church, Cocoa, "on Sunday
morning, Nov. 28th, at 11 o'clock,
and in St. Gabriel's church, Titus-
ville, on Sunday evening at 7:30
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m.
and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Bible reading every Thursday at

the plucking of its patrons. Its close Mrs. Branning Entertains
proximity to the railroad, its invit- The ladies of the Progressive Cul-
ing lawn and spraying fountain, ture Club were most pleasantly en-
make it one of the most pleasing tertained by Mrs. Winston S. Bran-
spots in the state. The cuisine will ning at her home Tuesday afternoon.
be placed on a high standard and Some questions pertaining to the
Daniel and Daniel will give their in- Thanksgiving turkey were put to the
dividual and personal attention to company and the most of them were
each and every guest and guarantee answered with surprising promptness
satisfaction in every department and I by the more alert ones.
solicit a share of Titusville's patron- Mrs. Adhemar Brady gave a read-
age. White porters, courteous and ing on "Woman" by Mark Twain in
accommodating, meet all trains. his usual amusing style, which was
Look for Palmhurst porter. much enjoyed.
To test the familiarity of the ladies
Card of Thanks with the features of different Amer-
The undersigned wishes to ex prt- ican authors., likeness -s \were diplay-
her heart felt thanks anld alpcre.iatioLn il liy w\hi'h- thly v.wev to, In. r. -
of their many kindneIsses ext l 'lI her rnize'l. In this litlh. C itst .l 1'.
ly numerous friendt, lihat h it ~ ai l;. \'agr plirov.iI the -it..M- t J .ne
c lirct l. at the thiath ani l ,Liu i at l 'f aili' recent' id the prize, a at a At ully
her s.on Milledge.. Sin. r1'vv t..,: lnd v,,lum. i "*,T'l ih t, ..t.k: iof
A.illt : \\'.\lN :. Oin:ir'" traun-lat.-Il l'i f nt
the I 'ersian.
Your Future Deliciu s w.r,. -rv-
prosperit. depends not so smuc'h tupon ed,. after which lhe v.ue1t., i,,1k leave
present earnings a.- u,pomn \,*.ir A.- Alf the h.osts. within w invy expl-rssioIs
('UM'ILATIONS. of appireciaticu lot' at(iiigunl, aiter-
It is the wise man who H'*i.Yi real- noon's. entertainment.

izes that the time to make provision
for his later years is during the pro-
ductive period of his life and that a
bank account is a real andi A(T'AI.
aid to him in conserving hi, intmon',
and in building up his accumulations..
Why not begin Now to provide for
YOI'R future? Open an account at
TIS BANK and add to it as you can.
Titusville. Fla;.

For Sale

Orange and Grapefruit Trees
(rown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
ly. (One year to two year old buds.
Prices fron 273 to 35cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oa!. Hi!!
station. J. W. GRIFIS,
Shiloh, Fla.
Iraying or hauling of all kinds ,prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. E. HOI.T'cN
Titusville. la.

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T 9i hIUpwinke of a rW pmwi-
de t .t Weyamin tIrveliNty
Tea a. h lory and wort
"- .- :ti S N e~p .rdCIationsai. In-
-4C16Hl 1' 0 r ir e4 at Middle.
M 15 '"lf t*was In I9I that Iet
t-ey wra eta mblbabed under toe
*Sa e the Methodist ICpn wpasm
M Wt. tthe rat durat Konal In-
--Ml ies o e It Ite n trade ea ablished
IL trht Cebrstb it the United Itates,
Ibe tEaoder of the college were otf
ud the buidlae of the Anmerian


iUteary. cleotiflc and Military lost.
tote if an etndowtment lot M4J.tIU were
raled. The glft wa accepted and its
eoaditio comuplikad with. 1n INti-T7
the university a Imaerial renounres
wm largely ilncreasl HaIl several new
bolldlngn erected. and ilinte then Imany
other new 'edlites tave been added
sad the ciurnl Inlcreased until itday
Wesleyan is in Io aIIt Iproperous con-
dition and doing sin naimllenuc allolanot
of good In an ediaetilonal way.
To the alumni who have not seen
the college In several years there are
mary new and pretentious changes.
The firt rstalogune of Wesleyan untl-
versity shows the presence of t ie pres-
deot. three protesorsi. one tmtor and
forty-eight stuidenilt--i small establilsb-
maet ts compliared with Wesleyan unt--
versity today.
The Influence of Wesleyan unlver-
sity has prolmbly been mnst strongly
felt in the sphere of education. AmtonK
the lvllv u alumuln are nnumlired II
presidents of colleges or protenssonal
schools. 103 lpronfetssors and cl tier oth-
cers of colleges or professlontall 'ools.
04 teachers in schools of lower grades
-418 in all-emnamgedl n ite work ot
education. EKsie-Saily ilmpWortint has
been the Influeuce of 'wesleynal unl-
versity ui the lire ot the yogllaer co(l-
lege of the sallnlew dellnomllnlltlsllo. \es-
leyan gave to tHosto, university its
first president. to Syrcus.e university

its irnt two presidents. tio Allegtieay
college oue Ipresdent. to D'ickiison
college three pretstlents. Including ilbe
prefrent: to Ohio %esleyalu university
three presidents. including the present;
to Northwestern university four pres-
Of the living graduates of Wesleyan.
346 are in the ministry. 218 in law. .~
in medicine. 54 in Journalism. 3 in sei-
entlc pursuits outside of educational
Instltutions. 18 In ottlces of the slate
and national governments. 312 in mer-
cantile and manufacturing business.
The new president of Wesleyan. Hev.
William Arnold Shanklin. was born on
April 18. 11U4. at Carrollton. Mo. Ilis
parents were Wesley DunScomtabe alnd
Locke (Arnold, Slmuklln. and he plans a
mnnwre tlilha"r ArmlnIil .lnLlin who

smaras acaxAsnworr.
and be la expected to create is great a
musical sutisallon as i'aderewski be-
fore leaving these shores. Itlchmani-
Doff will make his tirst American up-
pearances in New YTrk aid Hoston in
conjunction with the : oston Sympho-
ny orchesra. lie will alpplar wirb the
leading orchestral organlimultions of this
country and also inl a series ef Itacb-
manlnoff recitals. the programs of
which will Include his fatinous pre-
It takes a pianist with tinges of un-
usual length to do full Justice to the
works of this newest of sensailonnl
composers. as he h as wrillel Iimost of
bis comlposllionls i, suit his owin great
ability. his tinters I-ing sIo long Ihiat
be c(in ne;arl.y s retchl Iwo o.*taves on
the keyhbo:rd. Itaichmaninoff fwas born
in .Mioms'ew inl 1.47:1 lld wais a; pupil of
both Tcehnlikowski and Slleti. Nego-
titlious sire giltng fill for Ilhe pirod I,'-
tion of Mr. Rilch'iiiirif's ,opwra
"Alexa" ili B1,ostin during hlie(seipson.
Peculiar Marriage Rites.
Nortliern India and the i:!and of,
Baniuev\ can certainnllv .1aim tom
hatve the most ipe.uliar iiarr'.i:,'
rites of any .otutrv. In the lr!ffiir
a cow Mand a calf are invariablyI re-
quired at the Illarria;le. Ti 11i-
mals are driven into a ;iarrowl ri!-
nin., -treamn. tlhe lrie-t- amil thle lI.-
tr :,l 'ed cotiple al-e .illlt n 'd.e in ti:,
water. The ma;Illni lll \'o In;nli l :i
catch holhl of lte em4io'- tail. andl tle
priest pours water oit of ;i a l;-
ve"-,,l ip;n t tI ir .i jai l lii'!..
while all are'-cn i.l:I!tr < er;tain
priverrs. 'l'e \,,, '.Pie- ;i'r, tl,.n
dcer l; i re i Iv xm i ;an 1 Ta lfe. ail!
the pr'e't l Iaij!: t lie '\\ ;in al 'aii
:is hi- fee. In tlhe i-!.n l o,4f I'ail-
Iueyl tlhe offi.iatiniii plrie-t take- a
sliharp knife aitid witl itt miakp. ai
small incision in the rizlht leg of the
bride and briderroomi. From e;ach
incision he gathers a few drops (of
blood aind transfers them to the
other one's leg. This operation, to-
gether with a short religious formu-
la, constitutes the whole of the mar-
riage ceremony.
Smashes All Records
As an all-roud laxative tonic and health-
builder uo other jills can conmiare with Dr.
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mIte wasI"
- a ,,flr .CIt.w *, Yf
bgq Ki 4 Ii. A. ;11 f= d'n
Wit,, )lJulkli is-tu,. ltruametm.
Il. with 0e. dem e .orf "r. it. i
IMI. HM~ ahMA fmrlred the dbmners ot
N. A fr'.en Ha1*,iltt0s enel il et II 1.
of D. I. than the rulh'rsity ,ft %asb
Ihttm. etank'. In 1ln.. s:.m of I.L uD.
fruuN Iaker university. laldwiu. Kan..
In 1Itl.
In I.w41 he was ordained to the miln-
issmr. of thle Mleth dlst Ipbrolm-eal ch-nr
rtNl has served the following lis* r-
iter: I'rm. Knit II47-11: i"art .-tt.
Kanit.. INt-4Nt: gnaskaue. Wash.. KIN"-3:
attile. Waht.. IlS4o-: Iulauque. In..
IlNIn-lO0: etdlading. la.. I NMki. in
1905 Dr. SbMaklln was elected to bhe
preudeuey of Upper Iowa uiolerlitj.
Lived 158 Tra
Wm. Paur-E laad's oldsst are--maried
the d hird timn at If, worked I the Selds till
1 sad lived M yes longer. People should
be youthful at S. Jams Wright, of Spur-
loe,. Ky, shows how to remasl young. "I
feel Jt like a 1 year-old b." he writs,
"ter taking six bottles of Electri Bitte.
Fr thirty years kidney trouble nade life a
burdes. but the rat bottle of this wonderful
medicine convinced me I had food the great-
eat cure on earth." They're a godaend to
weak, dekly. rou-down or old people. Try
tbem. Met Banner Drug tore.


Visit to America of Sergei Rachman-
inoff, the Famous Pianist.
Intense Itllerest nhls btwn aironued nlh
masleal cj-les throughout the count r
by the arrival in Amnecri.:a ot
Sergeil Itahlmianineioft. the faltious Itius-
slan conellpser-phlulns and 'conlductolr.


in form. the long axis of the ellipse t.
Ing parallel with the stage. so that the
farthest box in the center of the house
is no farther from the stage than the
last orchesintr seat in the usual small
theater. The stage is large enough for
grand o(lra. wing 100 feet wide. 68R
feet deep and 1112 feel in the clear
The Imxes iare twenty-three in timnlier
i;nd clrres|llond Io tilhet ,ldeln Iorse-
shote" :t tilt Mletropolilnaii Oper: H[loue.
and there :ire twe'ity two etlranic's to
'he theater.
The stl.k c.(lop;iany that will Ipresltl
the most famioiis plinys irnclde many
of our greatest actors and actresses
E. Si. lhotlrn is the leading man.

A Tiny Baby
< :|.i't t i l y.voi in uils%- il hw at thi trniiIle is:
htlt t it', ,,lllleSxi,,l t'l ,~r1 t.V. if it git f 'l
w 'ak 'l' .lnt w ,:lkr. lr s h -. -h .;tlllt i?< q'r,,.
:and | \ilh y i-u .ai ll 1t* ,rt:ain that it hitas
w rn is. Iiv" it \'hitl t-' (r ,.tm IV rr itliil e.
gxnltar:allte l htriilr-. IE\,e.l- ti- w rtils
;ilnl |lt thi. i 1a,5 in a he-llahyv inirmatl r'nl-
*liltin .,1<1 )y all lli -- .
Abating a Nuisance.
T'l n T.l:nizworthI lievd il a cori.'r
hoens, o.i-i( y ;,',',.!ilh.I fru im Itie
.ztrof t tI imt tli,\* w ,'r,* '.i -tialitlv ; ll-
novol tv t..r-.n- rninjn;- tI .ai-k
wlio1re otiier (o,-il,!i. inl;llitanllt of
that lIlock ver, t ,o I f, n, l. Fiin;l-

intl rr', ;ll:-. i:.t* !". l \ ;It-
t I'll ,t' l to I,:! ;I -tit, ., li :h nIIii-

I ; If,--." > 1!! i,, ,,, la, t', .
"there won't Ib. ;,anv r more, folks a-k-
in,. it' tie I! i,. n tln. Ilid-let.; or
the HIalii- n live in tli.i li -'-,. I"v.
fixedC 'nl."
'"What have vou 1 ildie? *'Ieried
Mrs. Lan:.rwort Ih.
"Hunii n out 1i .ign."
"And what tliil vou print on it.
laddie ?"
"Just fivp words," replied Harold
proudly, 'Nobody lives here but
us.' "-Lippincott's.

A Broken Back
That iain in your barLk caused by lumbamo,

FAbea hmet *mar1I Meat Cow
ila. @---I W S Paheu
ot only New lurk. but the entire
country. may well ree proud of thei
New theater. JIua spt'd In that city.
wbk*r 1I the mont oumplete and hIn.ii
titlly appointed Irlayhoise n tbte Kng-
Ila i aiakilun world. It is the first eu-
dowed theater ever founded Ins Amer-
Cea. and uso tttuntry i as ever recevied
a more lnuanllkteet 1ift. Its founders
bope that It will stand In the satn re-
lation to dramntre and mnask-al art as
do the principal theaters of Kurospe. It
bI planned not ouly to foater and stim-
ulate art by the plroducrton of plays
and light operas that are worth while.
but also to maintalin a schla d of imu-
secal and dramatic art. and is the near-
eI to a national theater that can he
obtained In the United States.
The great playhousm was Preclted at a
cost of l.AXRs.Ul) and has, a seating ca.
pacity of 2.IJ(.l As It Is in no sense a
commercial venture. considerable lati-
tude wits allowed the Iarchilte.ts inl Its
construction., who hlove taken Ihe
available Ideas frnm representative the-
atern abroad. From every semt anid ev-
ery box there .It a clear view of the
stage. and the auditorium Is elliptical


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ited buyer: "Come and see us-we
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English In Java.
A book published in Il;iva. called
"The 'We.t .Iava Travelers' tidede"
a\.s of a certain sanitarium: ".\t
the establishment is a physician.
The sick may invoke the physician
for daily treatment. with use of
medicaments. Children lelow ten
years pay for lodges half of th1"
Under "Addre.sses and Announce-
ment~s" is politely recommended
"the hotel prigin. with occasion for
warm baths, where till now all re-
convalescents, as well as Mrs. iPhvyi-
cians and particulars and officials.
have found back their health. ('ures
malaria, complain in thie cche-t ilnd
other fatesees, green sickne(s. ,u-
taneous dli-etses.' etc., and w,' are
asziredi that "this henlthy alhode f',:-
reconvalescent- hla- also oc'si-ion to
Ini-yn de1, idylic exctir.ion.
to which saddle horse. and tandee-
are stationed when before timely
One Way He Could Help.
An eastern college graduate ap-|
plied for work in a Michigan luw-
ber canp. lie was told to get busy
on one end of a cross saw, the other '
end I,,in. in charge of an old and
experience lunhmerman. At fir-t all
went well, but at the end of the sece-
ond day the yoting nian's A
began to wane. Suddenly the old
man stopped the saw and -pat.
'"Sonny." lie said. not unkindiv,
"I don't mind ver rilin' on this saw,
hut if it's jest the same to you I
wish you'd keep yer feet off the
Childrc r Cry

Her Admiration.
Big Brother-I shouldd like to
know what you hae been flirting
with that lunatic Saphlc;atl for?
Pretty Sister (Idli,_'inantlyv)- I

Yes, you have. He t,'ld a friend
that you stood before, tn.l, It.n min-
utes ;is if entrianced.l .il:i lt loked
straight into his e\- ias if you
could read his. \ter ei|l. and he said,
if ever ardent ustiniiral.ii -hone :ii
a human face it did iia \,tur.'."
"The idiot! I was 14o tin; at it
own reflection in his Ce lan es."
London Standard.

Killa to stop the Fiend
The mwot fe for 1?2 yeari' ,f .I..lrl Iii'.' ,t
G(ladwin. Michd. was a ruti sin, il.*- r. II,
laid doc'tols over s iMI, SItilo,.pit t.. nfit
Then Bucklen's Ariieit Slatlv kdlitl th :i. iIs a
and cured him. (ture fevet-r-,,r, *. i.ilp. tfel
ons. ecrems. wit rheum. Inialliih- for |ii"t
hurns, scalds, cuts. crornis at Hillner
Drung tore.

"nro over 'ile years I sffa-red wirh ebrnl eor .
*llpatlio aad dlaritla thil trl I )ta4 4 StoUe a
InJfrthon .fl warn m wt.-r ,nre oTvry v 2 koor, bofor
I eruld her. Iit s-t.1..11 ,,i ay *,.|ei II l iy I
'tnl <(' mir.-0isi arl I r U ai R l *d IU
Uurinl tlie 10t11e f-rr Ibn-r I n.-.l (sas' r tm- I
*uffer-d 't, to.d luoncry will, pile Tbauak
6I you I ai u fre sit tila )iis Itaurn"1s. Toe
an use bli iu ibselaslf of iafferitn Lat, lrL .
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told In bulk. TTh genuln. eablIt .5si..l U C C
9uasamM4d l cure or your omue bara
Sterling Remed Co.. Chicago or N.Y. b*

has less pressure on its crank harger tearrgs. therefore p.sht easier nd *,th .@,s
energy than any ordinary bicycle. The 4cme of easy foot power s obtained ,n tr
1908 Models are built with drop forged steel leads. crowns. and seat poet t.ueter.
and frames made of the highest grade seamless English coij drawn steel t .L.,
making Rocycles as nearly non.brealable ds money. material .; d rkmantr ,p ,I
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gw N*.\Rr a r rmA P~ale. ad
STrrA er teoll dof the ad-
ve4turne ard oanme of thebe hm-
ble ambn has a charn that Is Irrsisti-
bhe While we tlagh at the droleries
of her daNky herMws a ironies there
Is undertnnth them all a deep o of
Nsymplathl aiw we kanw that ber pOW
piF are re.,,. Mrs. luaart doew mot e-
tiee iu Iun asl-111e til "The ionly asplrla-
tion I ku*,u. A.l*. doelsareM Is idngly.
'ts baird ark Her versknlVe bow
she CawU tim New Tork and launched
forth Itot literary trnimae then an-
dr4elUd muse tntenwing:
"laadinanr pnverty did It. When
the tUe eanne when I found I most
=asW money I did soe know which
way to turn. Like the majority of
ether women. I had been brought
up tO njoy life and take no thought of
Its asserts. cmpleltlie. but when the
preMem cua om ted me I knew that I
mut rise to the emsegeny. as so many
have done before sad sice. I bad
never written anything for publica-
tie, but decided that I would try. I
peat three weeks planning a story.
theNm at down and wrote it. I was
fortaate enough to have it obtain
lstaat recognition. That was the be-
gnlning. You know the rest."
Probably no writer to America works
harder than Mrs. Stuart. and she Is
one of thin country's moat popular uo.

One of the most talked of plays pro-
dtled lo years In "The anttle."h by
Cleveland Moffett. and now that It hbas
been novelized by the autbhr the story
Is being rend with intense nlterent
throughout the country. "*be Battle"
Is a tale of the never ending struggle
between capital and labor, between

c(lvalLAND Mgorgrr.
vice and purity, and deals sanely and
clearly with the mocialistic problems
the boar. Those who might tbhik It a
dull economic treatise will be agree-
ably surprised. ass it is a story of stir-
ring action and captivating romance.
Mr. Moffett has for years been num-
bered among the most prolific and suc-
cessful of American authors and is
gllning much fame as a playwright.
After graduating from Yale in 1883 be
took up journalism In New York and
was a star writer on one of the city's
biggest dallies. During bis spare time
be wrote for the magazines and dually
gave up newspaper work to devote all
bis attention to writing books, many
of whicb bave proved successful. In
"The Battle" be hba given us a taleU
that few care to lay aside until Ofn-

An interesting story.s told by Uutch-
Ina Hapguod. author of -The Spirit of
the Gbetto." wiceb ban just been re-
vised for a new edition. about the human
who Illustrated that work eight years
ago. when II was frst published. It
meem that te Hllustrator. Jacob Ep-
sten. was a poor striuling artist of
eas st side of New York. He lived

t@ Ity' sad une
Stai s.dites t lack of
-st p"lew himt.Tel blu w- wm.L
o'ar. e to him, however, whe be
w. ae the amarrma u t r tluMtratlng
' Ae p lltt of the Gietto" It was a
Mkar ao meath. but the ambitious
raw artist stinted hlnmelf In every
way and .IaM asde every ecet wbhih
was paid Mm for this work.
With this money be undertook his
trip to Europe. and It seeMhe bha
sver returned to this country. Vrom
palating be went to selpture ad has
made his mark I his now profsesto.
He now tlves to ILondon Il hxurnus
style. It Is a remarkable rime I life
wbeo it s considered that be IBlustrat-
ed the ghetto book only eight years
Looise Forsalund (Mrs. Charles Carey
Wadldell. author of "Old Lady Num-
ber SL" Is said to have a spirit
st sympathetic comradeship which en-
ables her to meet on equal terms the
quaint Long. Island seafaring people
about whom she write so entertain-
Ingly and thus to draw them out at
their best. She is fond of them and
they of her. 4One old man. near day-
viUl. her bome. who bad told her

many sea yarns. lI a particular friend.
and after she bad written down tbe
Interesting things be related slits
read to blin her work and asked himn
to point out any mistakes sne mlaglt
bave made This be did with greal
pride and lllmportunce. When thbe lHik
was publlxbed sbe gave ibm it cop.
and said:
"*Captain. here In the book you help
ed me write." The old man straight
eoed up and replied:
"Waal. my light was dim an uw.
glasses wa'n't of the best or I coUld
'a' Improved on it."

A rather ludicrous circumstance. n.
carrying at a Cbinese funeral in Can
ton. was witneswmd not long ago hb)
Frederic 4. Isbam. author of "Half a
Chance." All Chinese want big funer
als. and nauy estate' are amost re
duced to nil by the time the dear de
parted ban been ostentatiously blernu'
to the tnal resting plate. The cere-
mony the novelist witnessed was uo,
usually pretentious. There were s~'orr-
of men In line. dozens of caged dove.,
many vrrlietles of flowers. sweetsn ull
confections and all the divernitled
trappings dear to the beatene" wenM
of what In lt and proper. The cotton.
a mighty sarcophagus. was carried on
great poles by about eighty men. aud.
to add to the effectiveness of the spec<-
tacle. directly In front of the pallbeur-
ers a brans band tooted noisily as the'
procesnion made Its way through the
town. But what was It playing'
8natches from a twostep? Yes. andi
there wan no doubt about It. As they
bore that erstwhile mandarin on the
triumphant strains of 'There'll Be it
Hot 'Time" rang proudly out.

Andre ('antalgne. long famous as an
artist. bas proved himself no ler not-.
able as It novels. Ills story. ""he
Bill 'r plsnrs*." lllustrled by.v his iwn
band. bns created d soitIiblung ot a set I
station. Thbis pbuhoigraulph a t hint Ias th
more Inlereltiung Ie-urte the uilcytie
plays so pronllellel i Ipart In "I e HIIa
Toppers." 'The berolne un a trick "bike
rider" on Ibe vaudeville slaie. "Ibe
Bill Toppers" Is indeed the "lliad" ot
toe vaudeville, the variety, the contin
nous anamUennt.
A Hair's Breadth eesape
Do you know that every lime you have a
coab or cold sad let it ran on thinking it
WITl ton itself won ae inviting na-u.

MW. Smeme t AANWue eeme.-w1w I
Ml raf o lime wto bbe a. she. ts
.i$e tO vst so bb degk is cy itna

He make frequent trips to Ameri'a.
"Tte Bill Toppers" was published sl-
multaneously in France. England and
the United States. It is now being
adapted for the stage by one of the
best known American playwrights.
Mr. Castaigne's best work. be says.
is done on rainy days. and when the
weather la bad be writes from morn-
Ijg until night. On fair days be spends
such of his time bicycling.
The old, old story, told times without nunm-
her, and repeated over and over again for the
last 36 y. a, but it is always a welcome story
to those in search of health-There is nothing
in the world that cures coughs and colds as
quickly as Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy.
Hold by all dealers.


He Discovers That In Some Ways thr
Whole World is Kin.
"You note," said the photogra-
pher, "that in pictures taken any-
where, in any part of the globe, the
humans face the camera as if they
wanted to be taken. It may be
vanity, but they all seem to like to
get into the picture.
"Take a group picture made any-
where, say among your own tribe.
Note the people in the rear with
necks craned to get out from behind
blanketing people in front, so that
their faces will show. Shyness or
modesty may keep some who are in
the background from doing this. hut
unless the photographer has person-
ally posed every member of the
group so that he will show you will
always find in such pictures soeni
figures of persons who would other-
wise been more or less obscured, hut
who have so disposed themselves a-
to make sure that their faces show.
"So of any set group. and tihe
same would be true of any sort of
picture in which many persons were
taken, as at a banquet or 3 weddin.,
People like to get into the picture.
"Just how true this is appears in
many ways in all sorts of pictures-
in pictures in which people are not
the main lit only incidental or sub-
ordinate feIatures. as of accidents or
ruins or scenes of a gTreat variety of
sorts. In such pictures where the,
presence of the c.mera was known I
you will always tin)i sonie persons
facing or turning toward the pho-
tographer. with an evident desire to
get into the pictitre. and it is ea-v
to imagine that the gratatiiation of
seeing themiclve. there nmay gavi
the'i plea-lire.

"Look ;Ia pictures taken of semi-
savage or semicivilized people in re-
motest countries, where perhap-j
they had never seen a mirror or
heard of a camera. !,ut you nma Ie I
sure that human vanity exists as it
does with us. and vyou may see some-
body trying to get into the picture
or smiliin to look well in it.
"S.'rioaslv. this plea(.es ime' as no
other one minor thing, that I know
of does. It brings the whole world
clo-er together. for it shows tha'l
however far apart in hlnd ami d
ton2:;c and] cii-tonis thie races of thi,-
world inay be, yet in some at leaI-t
of man's underlying human trait-
we are all kin."-New York Sun.

It's a Crime
To neglect your health. The worst neglect
that you can be guilty of is to allow coasitl..
tion, biliousnae or any liver or bowel trouble
toa tntinue. It is nislnnin vour entire ss-

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Fewd Eapee Teelhs Pelis to

Home FM r a k mOtm
people oMly as the umua who say that
If AmerlMena weald tbintwolgy m
cate their fund they wnuld save S7.-
000.UlX a year. beconie Iimmune to di4-
eaUe. tecrtmse their er -aewcym 50 to
200 per cent, double teeir earnings
and expand their ligbtues of heart.
vitality. sweetness of temper and
alertneM of lutellect. but be has now
taken up a new work that also prom-
lss to do much good for manknld In
his little nat on the east ide In New
York Mr. Fletcher 1s holding what he
calls politenesss parties." bhin guest
being the children of the tenements.
who are taught naunners on such occur
sons ard how to become good citizens.
; Every week when. Mr. Fletcher is In
the city onte ,o the novel affairs is

held. with some child as boMtess. and
If manners make the man. and like-
wise the' woman, there are many of
these east side youngsters who bave
got a good start in ilis direction
Everything is arranged on these occa-
sions so that none of the little guests
have their feelings hurt. and Mr.
Fletcber has the happy faculty of
making children who come in contact
with his genial personality feel the
better for having done so.
After a meal. which usually consists
of hot chocolate, sweet potatoes. crack
era and candles and at which there
are tactful suggestions made regard
ing the proper use of the knife and
fork. etc.. music adds to the festivl-
ties. and during the evening there are
more tactful suggestions of value to
the youngsters.


Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Largest In America.
It Is said that no one now alive will
see entirely completed the great Ca-
thedral of St. John the Divine. which
is being built in New Yosk city. Much
progress has been made on its ex-
terior during the past few years. bow-
ever. as the accompanying photograph
shows. Even if the work takes a cen-
tury it will be considered fair prog.
ress. as few cathedrals have been com-
pleted In so short a time. It took six
centuries to finish the one at Cologne.
and the great columns alone take sev-
eral years to quarry and shape.
So far several millions have been
spent on the great edlice. and it Is
esPltinait.l thar when completed it will
hl:\e e-Ist over $1~Cl.(M).INM). ;irintlp l
\vi' ir;'!t 'ii ~r I :i art lt seventeen

years ago. and much time was spent
on the foundations which have te, supi
nort 1lIIiJU.t0I Inounds. I It leuth il

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Witha disordered LIVER tle
cant be good blood.

revivify thetorpid LIVERndrestoe
Its natural action.
A healthy LIVER mes pure
Pure blood mean health.
Health means happen.
Take no Suttute. All Druggist


Anyone ., '*" :.''h 'l *criert-ir > n.ray
lulck l it .teri t .In 'rt .'.*I., ll.t fre %g U '-.4n.t L Jt r
nvTentla iin I pr-,hl..;y p.tenlitalte. ( onin mis' e.,
ti sent free oi )l-tt au nrj l t fur s ir patents.
Pr(tmc tIuen thrOuuh Munn k Co. rcce:ve
:peccrt wke, flihoul charge, In the
Sciaen.ic Jimerka..

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ft utb y gm em ea IK let tha ihe
dlmetr' et the Patmbesm at :'.me
aId oewy towr *qf le tbn t.
Petrr *. thtev-n i nr mtani:rY r duUea
i the werM. 'Te meolt ouable m-*
tun about thib eatbhral dome is that
not only is It remarkable for It sbell-
like thness. being only abwt seven
anid so-balf inacrb at tbh hate aod
tour lchbes at the crown. wbicb seemw
incredible when compare v.i ~lAth **,er
large domes. but that it was erected
piece by piece of terra cotta lab:t U by
15 by 1 Inch and portland (ement
without any false work or eaLffolding
either for the workmen or for the nup-
port of the materials while building-
that is. no ruplprt was built up under
It from the ftoor. which I. nearly M2
feet below.

Removing Scorch.
An old nc-ro laundress is respon-
sible for the following cure for bad-
ly scorched places caused by too hot
'rons: A half pint of vinegar is put
on the stove in a porcelain lined
saucepan. To this are added the
juice of a large onion and two
ounces of fuller's earth. The mix-
ture is holed for five minutes,
strained, cooled and bottled. In re-
moving the scorch a little of the
mixture is put on a clean white lin-
en rag and rubbed over the scorched
place until it disappears. Several
applications may be necessary.

Unhealthy to Dine Alone.
The solitary eater is always
tempted to take too large mouthfuls
and swallow them too quickly and
either eat too, inuch or too little.
Eating is only one part of feeding
and without di.,estion is not only
useless. but in ju:rious. Tlhoe who
eat in comip ny have to devote a
certain ai"'o:int of time t) talking
and aittend'in to each other'- wants.
This makes thlle period between the
mouthful- lon.Ier and gives more
time for di..e-tion. Then. again.
conversation at mealtimes usually
takes a cheerful turn, and the tone
of both body and mind is raised, the
heart and nervous system act better,
the tlow oaf di('e-tive juice< is stimu-
lated, anti a l::rer icmount of actual
nourishment i; o!,iained from a
smaller quantity of food.

The Boy Was Not the Fool.
The other lday ;i little bIoy wa-
sent to a shop for a ,penny's worth
of .ohJ ir'.; .: lit' shopmnan.
thlinkin. of qui.: .:, Ibiln. s::. ":
"\Won't :hoeml;ker'- \.;l\ dl,?"
* "Aw 0 o::n't ki:,,.v." repllieil thn'
lad. ".\w'il -. :' -e..
lie ret;riedtl ; ; il.rectlv and.
addres-irz tl!'te -!o|,nm;n. ;taid:
"Mi father ';iv< that shoen:aker'-
will do."
The s!loniian. Ian lde it to him.
smiling:. ;.nl s::1i 1:
"'\Vha;t i- time dii'rence.?"
"Well," s: :, tl'e lnal. going to-
ward tlhe; ,loor. "':-i fait'her say
there's -am .l ii,',.remnc as there i-
between you and a Ilonklrv, a:d that
is they're lboouthi alike."
And then lie was omT like a shot.-
London Spare Momen.ts.


is one where health abouMds.
With impure blood there ca*
not be good health.

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WWI S Vey Impotrat
Thm tation is the grets1t in-
tem mt toprodct m Al wealth
primarily from the valuable
pduts of the sol, of the mine, of
theforests and from the nsheries.
Tbee products must be got to con-
aers when they are immediately it
for ue and to manufacturer when
they have to be handled by various
induMtri'to ft them for cor.uatp-
tion. The cepess with which they
an be got to market is a matter of
the firt importance.
New Potal Card
Postnaster Gederal Hitcheock has
approved designs for the new postal
ards to be furnished by the govern-
ment printing office. They will be
imed ae January 1st. The head of
MdOKe will be continued on the or-
dinlary cd, but a better likeness of
the late president ha been selected
On the new mall card, intended
for index purposes and for social cor-
respondence, the head of Lincoln will
appear. The 2- entinternational card
will bear a portrait of Gen. Grant.
The double or reply card will con-
tain a new feature. On the original
message half will appear a likeness
of Gen. Washington, while the stamp
on the reply half will contain a pie-
tore of Martha Washington.
Givo Hommeekers the Facts
People are pouring into Florida.
They are not tender-footed. They
want to make Florida their home;
but they wish to be treated right.
Weurge again our readers to tell the
truth about the land. The days of
old Bill Kendrick are past. He
could sell scrub sand hills for "young
hammock." Lots by the hundred
were sold at Silver Springs, Avon
Park, St. Andrews Bay and other
towns-on paper. Even General San-
ford, now resting on the other side,
is said to have brought a colony to
Sanford. Those efforts were egreg-
ious failures. Yet, the places were
all right Look at Sanford today.
It is the great celery section. Silver
Springs is yet one of the famous
places, one of the prettiest spots in
the world. St. Andrews Bay is com-
ing again. Florida is all right, says
the De Soto News, but there is more
in the time and in the man than in
the land. Show actual results to the
A Good Example
A progressive grower who has had
better'success than most'of his neigh-
bors is quoted by the Miami News-
Record as explaining thus: "I have
quit buying crates, paying for pick-
ing and packing my low grade fruit.
Analyzing the returns ',f years. I
found that only my best grades re-
turned to me satisfactory prices, and
the average was considerably r'tdu.-
ed by the low class stuff at the. bt-
tom of the list. I tried the trsix'ri-
ment with full cars of my best (quIality

and size, and the proof was ,\,'vi-
whelmingly convincing. I ,t m',re
than I had dreamed ef. I anm not
shipping fruit for a peddler's market;
willing to let the imported stuff have
the field because the prices obtainal
netted absolutely nothing." He later
carried this policy further,n removing'
the smaller stuff from his tree's that
would never grow to any desirable
size. early in the season, thus con:
serving the vitality of the trees. The
result, he says, is that the remainder
is larger, healthier and brighter
fruit. He says he has seen the policy
of careful selection of the best tc
send to the market tried on crops of
all sorts, vegetables and fruits, and
always with satisfactory results. It
is obvious that there is more money
a..A bm .Mwmm in s ndinr only the




The attention of the
been invited to thefa
boards of county comm
several counties refuse to
ty prWioner the amount
the prisoners in chapter
of Florida, which is as fo
"It shall be the duty o
of county commissioners
convicts to work, to mak
for each convict so leas
out, to receive on being
trans ortation back to th
which he was sentenced,
valent in money for such
addition to the sum of th
when his sentence is for
less than four months,
prisoners whose term
shall be more than four
sum of five dollars, the
paid out of the hire derive
lese of said convict."
To which the execu
This is certainly a hum
appears as if the public
such a county should se
provision is enforced,
necessity of the governor
traordinary measures to
I The state allows its V
the rate of two months
on account of good beha
counties allow this to thi
and some do not. The r
prisoners frott those c
do not receive this incen
behavior, and who work
with prisoners from the
who do receive this bei

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ing under the title. Why Fertilize Citrus Trees in the Fall. k
q It is prepared with the extreme care we give to all our publica-
tions and will prove of interest to all and ,f benefit to many.
Our booklets are all free : :
SHow and When to Fertilize Citrus Trees Why Fertilize Citrus (
Trees n the Fall How to Bein an Orange Grove
W t Florida Soils o
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Blme and Unmarried. frahe Dt-h .
Remedy, Fun

]US. good behavior, naturallytecobMedie.
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ThSre is no law compellig the
E county Mommm isNrs to alow this
benefit on amount of good behavior.
It smms a i tm u inred in the
i CaRT- welfare of tohe Priors should create
a public smtiment that would ease
I the county eommisiones to allow
this dismcunt on account of seh good
governor has
ct thatthe Wedding at Jupiter
dirioners of At 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
allow coun- Nov. 17th, the strains of Mendels-
provided for sobn's wedding march were heard in
r 963, laws St. Martin's Episcopal church, at
allows: Jupiter, and Rev. C. P. Jacksoa with
f all boards the groom, Mr. Rex Chadwin Albert-
i hiring out son, waited at the altar for the bride,
Le provisions Miss Susan Parkinson Carlin, who,
ed or hired leaning on the arm of her father,
discharged, Capt. C. R. Carlin, was a dream of
e place from beauty, clad in a creation of white
or its equi- silk over white satin and the flowing
purpose, in veil, carrying a bouquet of asparagus
iree dollars, fern and pink duchess roses. They
a period of were preceded by Mrs. Wm. Arthur
and for all White, matron of honor, sister of the
of sentence bride, who wore a gown of white
months, the embroidered batiste.
same to be The church was beautifully decor-
red from the ated with palms, potted plants and
hibiscus. The aisle was arched with
tive officer cocoanut palms, with potted plants
on either side and electric lights
ane law. It shone out among the palms the length
sentiment of of the aisle and across the altar,
e that such which wasoutlined with white feath-
rithout the ery flowers. The ceremony was fol-
r taking ex- lowed by a reception, after which the
enforce the happy couple left on the evening train
for Miami, taking with them old
prisoners at shoes and a quantity of rice.
off in a year
vior, Some Childre T3ething
eir prisoners m. wINsLOW's So0lrNo LYvPUr has
been uend for FIFTY YEA8R by MILLION)t
result is that of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE
counties who Tr ETHINO, with PEBFE(IT UCEB It
00 r H &thbe CHILD. mOFTIg8s the OUMS
tive to good ALLAYS ll P ,IN; CUREI WIND COLIC.
S and ais the bhrt remedy for DIARiB(EA.
side by side S&d by drsnei t in every part of the world.
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Mrs. Victor!. M. Piekt.i. 1:1)n Motud
St., 4'olumibuis, Ohio, w rite-:
"I have been uing Peruln: for catarrh,
havin:ll had a very a:}gra% :lt'd ease, so
ha:d that it ',I-led tihe n .tl organs.
\lhein I dlid (.- the irsal or-rl n opened.
the Inru-uu wo,.ld drop iiaol my throes
anll ilake lae very sick.
"A friend advised me i, t. ke Peruna,
andl after using four Imotllte. I was 'ured.
"I have no trouble now. andl am happy
to say that I am enjo.yiqj the beet of
health and attending to in). l9dge do-
:iet, being a member of the lRebe vs
lodge of 'id Fellows.
"I would recommend Peruna tI lho
.ulTering with the saume ..Itnoiaosu

"1 had stomach trouble sio hnul that I
could not eat anything without .atffrr- C I r SM t .
lag afterwards. Mrs.. Alicle lBoiele, nmK c linton ,
"My friends adviald me to try Peru- ('irelevlle, Ohio, writes:
as. I bought one bottle and w:s greatllv *I want to inform you hllat PIeru
benefited by it, and so 1 ,wouht one-half ha,, doue for me.
dozen bottles, and will say that I am I have been aflieteud witllh tarrb for
completely cured of stomach trouble several years. I have tr, 4 dlffereat
and catarrh. medicines and none seemed to do me
"1 cannot say enough for Peruna." any good until I u-led Per-mas. I haie
Pe-ral-ms r ht Apetite. taken ix bottles aindl an pI: ain it very
Mrs. HelinaTanner. Athens, )., writes highly for the xood it has dsllane ile.
that Peruna relieved her of tllln:w.lh 'I also llfnd it of *:r :;* ltlneIt to, my
trouble and brought her a good appie- it.. -lhiril."

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Miss Nora Keller, I. II. 1, Ix 1 1,
London. Ohio, sats:
".I write to thank you for the wonder-
tnl good your Peruna ha. (lone for ile.
'*I was a sufferer from kidney and
other internal trouleil for twnty-two
ye'C:r. Two years a ',o I w_:tll to (ak,
Peruna aind I only ttook altiiut tiree hot
t!c-: and to-day I can say I au a well,
Could Net Eat Wltlhet SMufergi.
SMrs. H. A. Weaver, Sonmerret, Ohio,
wV i le.4:
'I c'an safely and truly say that Peru-
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"I had catarrh so badly that I had lost
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IMRoQ M it hBea chapter 606,
Sate 1iN, was netod, providing
'th" b.Ld, d n~t--t, o1aar,
ee-k" or altte 4W other
S penor p- -- harg-ed under the
"'. pr9 Meafod t of the lekgis
%4W I6U wththoe mdture of any
S~abl"e oMt of the general
a- fh i d"ri.a rl mey contract
or~ r obllation for the pay-
olit t s M m at at treasury
S of Florida, except for
a riest of purMi. oderms a M oth-
a Omnt epme of the ateex-
m 1 eoperation.a1 schools,
.w t At smertaaag from
t bard of commiadsers of ate
t tlons that the funhds m n
to mee neh payments will be avail
ae whe the -r shal become
4 a an a d comttut. a
arge lamt the ate" Section
Sof thet provides that the approp-
rations ade fur school purpoiem
daI b epyable out of the frt funds
aalable under the provision of this
ast after payment of the salaries of
pMble oeers, and other current ex-
p I-- he reinbefore provided. It
alo proid that the money for such
school appropriaton shall be avail-
able a t a they come in without
waiting for the whole amount of any
aeh appropriation to be received in-
to ths treasury.
At this date there are, besides the
above enumerated current expenses
of the sata and the heavy expenses of
operating schools $M48,572.40 of
the appropriation made by the legis
lature of 1907 for improvements at
colleges yet unpaid-all of which
must be raised and paid from
the general revenue fund before the
board et commissioners of state in-
stitutions can lawfully authorize the
payment of what the attorney gener-
al in 1907 termed "unusual or extra-
ordinary appropriations. On Nov-
ember 1, 1909, the state treasurer's
monthly report to the governor show-
ed only $46,531.70 in the general re-
venue provided, the legislature of
1907 made appropriations greatly in
excess of the revenue provided, the
legislature of 1909 last spring made
further heavy appropriations, to
meet which all the resources of the
general revenue fund will be needed.
Acting under chapter 5608, laws of
1907, the board of commissioners of

state institutions is working off the
excess of appropriations made by the
legislature slowly, but as fast as there
is money for the same.
The board of commissioners of
state institutions, therefore, can offer
no encouragement that there will at
an early date be money available to
meet any appropriation made by the
legislature from the general revenue
fund except the appropriations for
current expenses of the state and for
the operation of schools.
Croup is mat prevalent duarlg the dry cold
weather of te early winter moatlM. Parents
ofr young ldre siod d be pard for it.
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Mr. MiN one of the Alrm of
Ca. .L Miler & Bro., Ford dealers
of W hington, D. C., and tbe ar he
drove was one of several e received
a few days before the race. It was a
new ar and one of the ordinary stock
cars. The result may therefore be
regarded as the regular-to-be expect-
ndUMi mamB of the ear that any
buyr of a model Fordsecures.
aving Washiton the route was
byway of Milfrd, Pa, Albany N. Y.,
to Boston, IMa, back to New York
City, to Philadelphia to Washington
-1,282 miles in seven days. Five of
the seven days it rained-a tough
tat for a ar. Monday was a good
day, so was Tuesday, but Wednesday
was ot. It also rained on Thursday
and Friday and now the roads were
in frightful condition. They played
havoc with most of the cars. Big
powerful heavy cars failed to make
patrols on time and were penalized.
The five days of bad roads each
aided without a single penalty
against the model 'T.' Of the lar-
ar as, Afive gave up completely,
filed to ish, and three were pen-
alied so heavily that it seemed wise
to finish as "noncontestants."

battle With a Manisa en a Chimney
mO Feet Hikh.
"Every time see a tall chimney,
maid an Englishman, "I am remind-
ed of a thrilling affair that hap-
pend when I was a lad in Brudford.
ngland, my birthplace. A ?l50
foot chimney had just been conm-
pleted, and two brickmasons only
were left on the top to put the lin-
ishing touches on it. Both of them
were big men. One of them, a fel-
low of gigantic strength, went sud-
denly insane just as the last bit of.
work was done on the chimney, and
his companion looked on with hor-
ror while the maniac deliberately
cut away the rope ladder leading
from the top of the chimney to Ilie
"The maniac no sooner did this
than he turned to his companion
and calmly announced that he was
going to throw him over the side of
the chimney to the ground. They
closed, and a terrific protracted
struggle ensued. The workmen
down below had seen the rope lad-
der when it struck the ground, and
they knew at once that something
was wrong with the two men at the
"They got away from the chim-
ney at a sufficient distance to see
what was going on up at the top,
and they witnessed the frightful en-
counter between the two men. The

maniac frequently by pure strength
got his companion over to the very
edge of the chimney. Every time
he did this the sane man would mus-
ter up all of his force and push the
madman back. The hand to hand
battle went on for hours, while a
company of firemen down below
were endeavoring to shoot a line
over the chimney by means of a

aid evidence to convince the s ofa

t they are bound to believe
W -^ia~tfA * Lm ^--A-' H k -

er is never any lack of it. A cer-
tain man who accepted as true the
pretensions of a charlatan who
claimed to be able to tell the past
history, character and future of any
person from his handwriting mid
one day to a friend:
"Why,. look at the things he is
able to tell you from a mere glimpse
at your handwriting! The first
thing he said to me was, 'I see you
never took a prise in orthography
while you were at school,' and it was
"Did he give you any idea how
he knew that "
"He said he could tell it merely
frpm the way in which I had made
the curves of the letters g and h in
the word 'handwrighting!'"
Net Quite Clear.
Mr. David could not be called
stupid. He was rather slow. and
added to this deficiency, his tongue
had a way of getting mixed up. Not
every one understood this, and as
a result the poor fellow got into
many complications. One day he
was making a perfunctory call on a
lady with whom he had little in
common. lie got up to go.
"I've enjoyed your society very
much, Mr. David." said the lady. "I
hope you will come to see me again
"I've enjoyed my visit, too," he
said. "I don't know when I've en-
joyed one before"-
"Mr. David!"
lIe thought a minute. "I didn't
mean that." he added. "I meant
that I don't know when I've enjoyed
a visit here as I have enjoyed this
one."- Youth's Companion.

Examw natIon Text Books
The folowini is a list text books
to be used as thei bsis of the June ex-
*uination, 190n:
Orthograhy-Hunt's Speller (20c),
American Book Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Composition-Uemnent- o f English
Composition, by Gardiner, Kittredge &
Arnold ($1), Gnn & Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Readlng-Any standard author will
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (66c),
American Book Company.
English Grammar-Lawton B. Evan's
(40e), American Book Company.
Florida History-Brevard Bennett's
(c), American Book Company, and
Fairbnk's, H. A. W. B. Drew Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
U. S. History Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book Co.
Georaphy-Redway's Natural Ad-
vanced (P1.6), American Book Co.
Physioogy- Coleman's Elements of
(90c), The acmilhlan Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Civil Government-Yocum's Civil
Government of Florida and the United
States (P1), E. O. PainterCo., DeLand,
Fla., and Boynton's School Civics ($1),
Ginn & Co.
Algebra-Milne's High School ($1),
American Book Co.
Physical Geography- Maury-Simond's
($1.. Amerin Book Co.
A~aculture John Frederick Dug-
gerts for Southern Schools (75c), The
Macmillan Company.
Theory and Practice-For all grades,
School and Class Management, by Ar-
nold ($1.15), The Macmillan Company.
These books may be had of most book
dealers in the state, or from the pub-

lishers by mail, postpaid, on receipt of
price. JOHN R. WALKER,
County Supt. Public Instruction.

For lahats and Children
Tih Kn Ye Hae Alw I IBq t
Bears the
Signature of <7

rocket cannon. Finally the sane
man got a certain hold on the mad-
man and broke the latter's arm.
Then the maniac lay quiet. 0
"After hours of aiming the fire-
men managed to get a line over the
chimney, which the exhausted brick- <2
mason, almost 'all out' from his ter-
rible struggle with the insane man, N PAprra EMS
grabbed. Then lie drew up the Celebrated or tyle. perfect ft. simplicity and
S f reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly%
rope ladder, fastened it and came every city and town in the U'nsed States ari
iCaSdai, or by mail direct. More !o ,! lhir
down to the ground, sinking into a any o""' mak. Snd m l odi r ec re t ih.
semicomatose condition from which any othreclm MIo
he did not emerge for dals. More iubscrbers than ny oth nmgazine--million a month. "lina..l>l:c. 1.
"Two firemen volunteered to go ,t style patterns,,L. u : ..n:--
plai sewing, fancy needlcwoik.hairdrro-i .
uthe rope ladder after the maniac. reique' good tonr. i. O"n v .,
Thay had nearly reached the top of er tworh double), inc!ading a !.t*
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John Archbold, head of the Stand-
ard Oil Co.,states that an appeal from
the decision against the company by
the St. Louis federal court last Sat-
urday would undoubtedly be placed
ahead of other cases before the Unit-

Long Time

ed States supreme court. Mr. Arch-
bold declared that the Sherman anti-
trust law is bad gislatiand in-
timated that it would be changed and
amended as a result of the present



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tpod7 71A W3 ts service so 1eJaa Z
'" lm -d tiptdl nie cents for each
mal I which shall be
d e a pi when it shall be judi-
u 0iady stesrid that smeh animal or
SW*d were W nOat l e.Atlary
to thep rianof ts ordnance.
4. Yt hall be the duty of the
Smanrhal to Urnd all animals enumer-
atedinectio found by him so running
atlarge, and to receive and mpond
ay ad all such animal driven to said

It shall be the duty of the
a soon as practical after

me or e e owner or Keeper, i known,
and make formal c- t against the
owner, known or unknown, of the par-
ticular violation of the ordinance for
whih the animal or animals were im-
Saetiso The marshal shall provide
aitable -miance for all animals im-
Iu-roId0 a shall keep the same safely
Imut all lgal costs, fees,
a ep of AmP dir and keep-
in% ad mount of fe shall be paid, or
until mid animal or animals shall be
old or r eased in aecordace with the
provides of this ordinance. And the
mahae p his actualexpenses for
said ueta.ed and safe keeping out of
the proceeds of the sale of such ani-
mals, or the redemption of the same,
and if such proceeds be insufficient
thereto or no sale or redemption made,
hal be reimlbred by the city.
Section 7. If the owner or keeper of
e4h animal or animals running at large
within the opate limits shall apply
to the mayor before adjudication to re-
deem the sme and offer to pay all costs,
fes mand expenses already incurred,
and if it shall appear to the mayor that
it is a first offense o the part of the
owner or keeper, and not a case of will-
ful offending or gross negligence, the
mayo shall have authority to release
h animals on payment of costs, fees
and expenses, but the release shall be
Swriting and noted in the mayor's
docketwith the reason therefore, and for
such service the mayor shall be entitled
to charge and collect one dollar from
owner or keeper
Section & After adjudication and be-
fore ale, the mayor small have author-
ity to release any impounded animal on
payment of fie, costs, fees, and ex-
penses. He shall be entitled to a fee
of dollar for such release, which shall
be in writing and noted in the docket,
but the release of any impounded ani-
mal where the defendant is found not
guilty, shall be without fee to the may-
or or expense to the defendant.
Section. Upon the filing of a sworn
complaint in the premises by the mar-
shal in the mayor's court, the mayor
shall appoint a day of hearing and ad-
diation and hall cause the notice of
the pendency of the impoundment to be
published in some newspaper in the
city, the first publication of which no-
tie shall be five days before said day
of hearing.
Section 10. If the mayor on said day
of hearing shall, on evidence adduced,
adjudge that such animal or animals
have been allowed to run at large with-
in the corporate limits, as charged in
the complaint, he shall proceed to in-
flict a penalty in accordance with the
provisions of this ordinance, and order
the sale of such animal or animals to
cover costs of court and sale, expense
of impounding and keeping and any fine
for such infraction of ordinance as may
be imposed.
Section 11. If any such animal or
animals so proceeded against to adjudi-
cation, be not released by the mayor,
the marshal shall advertise the same
for sale on the day appointed for sale
in the mayor's order of adjudication, by
posting three notices at three public
aces in the city by noon of the next
day after adjudication at the latest.
On the appointed day of sale, unless re-
leased by the mayor, the marshal shall
sell at auction to the highest bidder for
amount of costs, fees, expenses and
ae adjudicated are fully covered.
Animal or animals remaining un-
shal be driven by the marsba out-
-ide tdhe iy limits and turned looe.
Ah murpM reorved from sach sales
bohe ets fees, expenses and
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passed and approved this 2nd day of
November, 1909.



KIslatiI Bicyclea. Tricycles, Volocl-
pwdes avid Autotmoblel In the City .lmlt
It shall be unlawful for any person or
persons to ride any bicycle, tricycle,
velocipede or automobile upon any of
the sidewalks of the city of Titusville.
Every bicycle, tricycle, velocipede or
automobile used within the city limits
shall have attached thereto a bell or
horn to be used as an alarm when ap-
proaching or passing any person or per-
Section No personor persons shall
ride any of the sove named vehicles


na uW we pWU my mte u

t t s h at.. b Wr, n. o- d the

the esvs;
to Mr c or it
ti ~ala e ta-h
!PA l ae shalalb bettcon
eia. A demd for tany
b sha e ode with two r
sale, or a b m t ofsaed. Si-
at the sale a *tMe or fshM the
ding be t-aIu tto P w the easts;
a|ese and d- the m= by pro-
elamation may am the 'ale to an-
r day whw tse ame shall be con-
cud r a or any puart of maid ani-
h ma be bid in by the city.
ecto The marshal all keep
a record oa arll salaa lmpoodA_ de-
beribng -ach aimaln s by matr or
brands, ati the ame of the owner,
if known, the date of in pomnding, the
day of redemption, aleor release with-
out charge, the amount of fine, costs
and expense, the amount received from
redemption or sale, the amount paid
over for fnsa or surplus to the city treu-
rer, and shall make a monthly report
of the same to the city council, at their
firt regular meeting in each month,
and the city treasurer shall keep a sep-
arate account of all fines and items of
surplus paid to him by the marshal un-
der this section. and make a semi an-
nual report of the same to the city coun-
cil at their first regular meeting in Jan-
uary and July of each year.
Section Il The est in the proceed-
ngs of impoundment shall be as fol-
For taking and impounding by mar-
shal, per head ..------... ..$ .50
For driving to pound by citizen per
head ..._... ............... .25
For filing complaint and drafting
notice of impoundment by mayor .50
For making order for adjudication 1.00
For posting three notic of sale
by mardhal---... -----...----- .25
For conducting sale-------...---- 1.00
For release by mayor except where
charge i disproved-..-----... 1.00
For keeping record and making
monthly report ..- - ..50
For feeding and caring for horses
and mules per day per head .50
For keeping and caring for cattle
per day per head.... .50
For keeping and caring for goats,
sheep or hogs per day each. ... .20
Section 14. Dogs. No dog, male or
female, over two months old, shall be
allowed to run at large on the streets
of the city of Titusville unless previous-
ly licensed and wearing a collar with
tag attached bearing number and year-
ly date of license.
Section 15. Any person may apply
for such a dog license to the city clerk,
who on receipt of $1.00 for a male dog
and $1.00 for a female dog and twenty-
five cents additional as clerk's fee, shall
issue a city dog license, which shall be
dated, numbered and run one year from
the first day of October in each year.
Section 16. All dogs notoriously
thieving, destructive of domestic fowls,
eggs or animals, or dangerous for bit-
ing propensities, shall be kept muzzled
by the owner when same are within the
city limits.
Section 17. A sub pound shall be es-
tablished by the mayor, and the'city
marshal shall impound therein all un-
licensed or unmuzzled dogs when at
large with or without the owner in the
city limits.
Section 18. For allowing a dog to
run at large unlicensed or unmuzzled as
herein provided the owner of same shall
be liable to a fine of not less than one
nor more than five dollars, upon con-
viction in the mayor's court.
Section 19. When the marshal shall
impound a dog, if the owner be known,
the marshal, after complaint by him
made, shall arrest or summon theowner
to appear in the mayor's court, and ans-
wer a charge of breach of this ordinance.
Section 20. After three days the im-
pounded dog shall be killed by the mar-
shal unless the owner shall license or
muzzle the same if the dog is found to
require a muzzle as herein provided.
With the consent of the mayor, any
person may pay the license fee and cost
of proceedings and save the life of the
dog and receive the same from the mar-
shal. The fees of the marshal shall be
as follows:
For impounding per head $ .50
For feeding per head per day .25
For killing and burying per head .50

_111111 1bils AxW pw

JV sp ns. yr be a m net
to gau td tl. ds foOr 0sr0D mt-
W endowo *B n t j e af
B'de orboth at dit erdue of
twe eror.
Pumd ad approved thi Nov. bed
Attest: B. R. WiLmsN,
J. P. WnIaO. Mayor.

4.8mb Thmrl P A

Be it ordained b thecity council of
the city of Titwvite, Florid":
That any person who hall maliioa-
ly tear down, burn or otherwise injure
or otherwise destroy any pound belon-
ing to or used byv the city for the pur-
pose of iii)pouindfg animals running at
e within the corporate limit of the
city, or who shall, without legal author-
ity therefor, release any animal or ani-
ma. therein impounded or in any man-
ner interfere with the marshal or any
peron in the performance of his duty
in impounding any animal or animals
pursant to ordinance in that behalf
provided, shall be punished by a fine
not to exceed one hundred dollars, or
by imprisoment in the city jail not to
exceed sixty day, or both at the des-
cretion of the mayor.
Passed this 2nd day of November,
Attest: B. R. WILSON,
J. P. WILSON. Mayor.

Dangers of R ilroad Surveying lI
Mountainous Regions.
Sometimes the work of mountain
railroad survevin ipartieb become.
intense and drIamatic. The "chief,"
lowered into a deep and rorky rive:
canyon, is making rough not(e> ;iat'
sketches, following the character ',
the rock forniatien. and dreaminii-
dreaming the great dreams that a1'
great engineers. great architc: ts
-reat creators, must dream perforce
le is dreaming of the day when.
year or two hence, the railro.dl'.
paths all have crowded themsecl\v.
into this impas-e and when tie follr
who dine lux'iriously in the show
cars will fret because of the cuntr
that spills their soup and nleve
know of the man wlho was slilprl
down over a t00 foot cliff so that
the railroad might find its way.
It is thenth tt he work of thE
surveying party begins to have it-
thrills. Perhaps to put that limt
through the crn'yon the party w\\i
have to descend the river in canoe
If the river Ie too rough, taen tliert
is the alternative of beind lowered
over the cliff sides. Talk nf voui
dangers of Alpine climbing! Th,
engineers who i)lnanan ad build rai
roads through any mountainous
country miss not a single one ot
them. everywheree the line nuns:
find a foothold. That is the proh-
lemin that must le solved. Some
times the men who follow t!'
"chief" in the deep river canvon.-
the men with heavy instruments toe
darrv and to operate-tra nsits, lev-
tels and the like -must have line
of logs strung together for tieir
prcarious foothold as they work
So lltimes that foothold is lost, th<
roew that lowers the engineer dowi:
over the cliff side. snaps. ille folk
riding months later in tlie eheerf i!
d\iing cars do not know of t!o!

In tl:e rlt.; r' (i'of a WVall -Ir
office timi' -;-,?i .i.-tedl a ff.%%
daps a P: I' t Wl i t I .
W e D,-AllI'll- -.'

to fl-I wl i'~. ~uhim aaI
more Ci a m ; ~ ~ ?tl ,' : I
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m !!( 7 2 -,r

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queri"'. T'c -:: ; ;i .i n *r
tw o office ha% Ihail it repl;ic-il lv one
bearing *;I ::. r el', 'I.l !,,,l Itters
simply t;.- uo,,l-. "'l,n't Whlii.tle."
-New ork i'ri!>,un.
The Alphabets.
The aHliii;lt-t- of liIlTerent na-
tions vary i tlic Inu mber of their
letters. .\r:,,ic ha,; 's letters,
Armenian 3S. C(optic 3?. Dutch,
German and Ernlinsh ?6, French
?5. (;eorgian (Transcaucasian) 39,
Greek ?*. Hebrew 22. Italian 21.
Latin 23. Persian (ParPP or Z7pnA

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plow Pbr Hemb a Th Wo e ^-e M
NIgt th wk.
A soldier told this poker my,
which eiidentally aeentuates t-l
distrust with which poker plwyew
regard one another "when frier
ship ceaMe" and the faith a maq has
i the hand he holds:
One night after taps four men a tent to do away with
their pay. It was the night of pay
day, and there was no convenient
place in which to spend their money
except over cards.
The game had gone on with vary-
ing fortune here and there. It was
after midnight. The sentry was a
chum and had been told not to see
the light in the tent. At last a
jackpot was on the board and had
been "sweetened" until it was very
tempting. Every one was in it, and
it was worth before the open about
$20. When one of the players
opened it, every one stayed and
drew cards.
The age had a full house. the next
man four tens, the third man four
queens and the dealer four aces.
The opener threw a dollar into the
pot. The next man raised, and it
was raised and reraised until it was
beautiful to see.
At this point there was a scurry
of footsteps outside. The sentry
rushed in, grasped the lantern and
dashed it out, jerking and extin-
guishing it as he did so. As he
disappeared he whispered hoarsely:
Instinctively four hands went out
in the darkness and spread them-
selves over the pot, while four other
hands closely clutched five cards
"Hold on, fellows," whispered the
dealer. "Every one take his hand
off the table and keep it off until the
light comes back. We'll just sit
here and nurse our cards. My hand
is good enough to wait for."
"So's mine," said the others.
Then thev waited. Slowly the
night passed, growing chillier and
more chill in its going. The sentry
was cursed, the officer was cursed,
but still they sat. At last the first
glimpse of gray appeared in the sky,
and as soon as it grew light enough
the four played their hands and
tumbled in for a few minutes' sleep
before the bugle called them out

An Indeterminate Sentence.
During a lull in the program the
members of a feminine literary so-
ciety were discussing the case of
three criminals who, though sen-
tenced to the penitentiary for life,
yet stood a chance under the law of
being pardoned after tiftc,.n years
The crime oft tht-, men had bctn
particularly .iat rcio, ;:ndl ,I ne lady
of the part \" :m- m:n,-t emphatic in
her denunciation of t h!, criminals
and the law of tlhe t;lte which
opened an avenue icor Ici, I'cV\.
All that you say i" true. Mrs.
S.," said oe, of th, ni,!.Ili&rs. iut
did you ever c.,n-ihr tli;it not one
criminal in : tnirmlrdl -eit.nticed to
life imri-on, ii, ',t .\ er -ervces out
that term ?"
"Vh i,, '.r--,.l Mr'-. S. iniocent-

Changed the Sign.


"My mother is a great suf-
ferer from rheumatism, and Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills is the only
remedy that relieves her."
Roycefield, N. J.
The pains of rheumatism are
almost invariably relieved with
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They
also overcome that nervous irri-
tation which prevents sleep be-
cause they soothe the nerves. To
chronic suffers they are invalu-
able. When taken as directed,
they relieve the distress and
save the weakening intluence of
pain, which so frequently pros-
trates. Many sufferers use them
whenever occasion requires with


greatest satisfaction, why

not you? They do not derange
the stomach nor create a habit.
\hy not try them? Get a pack-
age from your Take it
according to directions, and if
it does not benefit he will return
your money.

Cream Vermifuge


****SWA Of *UrT*TIOe.
TIs GaCIUIW P*e.a.tnL ON& V *D
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
s*. LorrvS. MO.
M9l0 1sud K*fe mmed h I

Q woo's Dwipth q

Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives the fullest
informant on about all
Seeds for the

Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers
S Vetches. Alfalfa.
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc
Alto tell a!l about

Vegetafe & I:lowr Sdis
that can he plant.Il in the fall to
advantage and pruut, aud about
Hyaoinths, Tuups and other
Plowrdn ulbs, Vegetle and
Strawbry Plonts. IPetry
Support and FPtUites.
Sve It Garteova abe lh d
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graves that are dug beside the rai!
road's path.
It is all new and wonderful, blaz-
ing this path for civilization; some-
times it is even accidental. An en
gineer, baffled to find a crossing over
the Rockies for a transcontinental
route, saw an eagle disappelar
through a cleft in the hills that i:-
eyes hail not Ix-fore detected. iHe
followed the course of the earle.
:'nd tod:iv the r:ils of tlie tr:ncon-
t;, itentl r-a.rli through that cl-ft
andl the tOime table show; it a.s Eagle
Ps.-Edward IIungerford in Out-

Why Paperhangers.
Wall paper does not hang, and vet
the person who e business it is to
paste it up is called a paperhange.r.
The rca-on is >mple. Long before
the introduction of wall papers Ar-
ras, a town in France, was famous
for its tapestries, called "'Arra.."
These were used as wall coverin:j,.
and the men who were employed t
put them up were called an '-

the side seats who had agreed their
:, 14,.1-

O .marn whose foot blocked the M o Me rib Alo m wMi iin
0 ow -a P ke *AI -m almost entirely refused to Sm M *
kt ia taa- be- rnde an inch of pe &W the I

e aM amp. bow m ua tell man, after waiting a moment, ,out'AT Iee efIA m
0404 110 ,. Qw oo ( ffi

m 1 ,. dd t= owh 11- *2^ down wth emphasis on the other Al IaSus aM st..Ige eM
or tum ed pl duy e I to a Iw -atP
.. iS, ra's et ths lm1 torow of t1h Mam to omi man's ankle and instep. erutoshing oi MM th l e wla st y te llilt '
e = eani e m L.e the ending t o wthe oo and e blo ir
*asa. all m ost enttirr elyof used .to t bi

-MMi" erata to amem thout iae w on it with his whole
S= rr d an inoh of sppes and I t,'-the by trav elR I
,W'W was e h Ilm w te m eta wegl ht, after whiah, with the serene 1a la An R
VhS M liii. f thw l 3 WULISSr raisd ge own foot and brought it

Sa Wfl anW warvess wowe all dotn mphaiouis o thhe had perform- and "Jn n
ear s.'' iflgula o t ime atmil l. ma ap ankle and instep, crushing Storth C ^^^ .I

Ct ad a public duty, he left the cRar, Eli aa -- .a e tue Ma
'i:* T% -la Gm1 t dt 'the o wf dendn the taia to the Dre oor an" ol 8l
= 76ws ,iftker I .s& a S so Seei* som e In street and proceeded on his way. aeemaeas Iettcr Opim0 Morohe a i e

. e& t I T' ua- wa- h e' r tsi l miy own lmly sd otn em shoulder. He turned arnioud and Cl. It reUeves Teet T Irm a le a
l* etr P ot ,t wea o ws l is ed m ie found himself facing a with a thful and sr"eleny. It hat a V
rd to w a s au8al t tat or *w f soe Ms. ai salnd lu btaner. a pter- looking person, whom he recognized 8-eh ad Bowels giving belty
blob w as u a n eva public duty, he left the cayr, Rel-ie i f, lS t mS f P
*S *Sa 4Z t Sifc PEWlr S'? Wed ied on the w de airway to the gorrnn, Drops siid Soothing Syringe It br Puraum It

m Cw e eralh mw t U rriMa t k ma i s l a a i mm l a the mand whose foot hie had just The Chi drn' P inu,-T Motoehre Tea s
wba a e7atfer a" diy populated P.atea w iha sel th ars a Il .L A*o ground and who had limped after
4S- Me t, after adater boon__e. when A ithe felt a sligt tap on his ad F er h s. It cuR DIr W
I ulndre W kOr atd llmotrb a u op t~th free.utr should e ture a uioadsk yoc. It sirr."el ENUINET T r ar A L AYl
Sae a~ wy to m r t the tie r atrttent e said the wrathful per son. "if you ituleacs a iaLdal
aid for the tt nis they ed N u CASE OF FIRE. stepped on my foot on purpose back
.amd tot the m uullea thyt wer ttwu
S* eauoyisn They adr sa nped from the How to A et Should You Fimnd Yur there i wn the fae Maotr F slr.a
pe emtiou sof t bhe nd e mb and H .ome in Flames. "Most andenabwho and emphatic-
-had tw rmitted to settle down One's abilityG e to extinguish a start- ally I did. sik r answered the tall
enowlng. They bed escaped ft ru How Io Aot SIhoul You Find Your there in the enr.o

and make a new omne for them. ;ng fire or to escape if caught in a man, "and if you feel like starting
ad b a g r a a burning building depends upon in- anti on account of it you won't
It bad W en a les yeanr and a -br burning building depend upon it find a better time or place to start
anes, with whoa they were fortOnate- blaze is just starting throw water hesitate a second if you feel in-
W at p a r. Tlr fields ad yielded on the material that is burning, not clired that way. Sail right in. Any- In Use For Over 30 Years.
* them Io ugt grain to support them lu at the blaze. One bucket of water thing gAoes." .
soltbt during t coming 'winter. ,,.,
their bodueri were bqllt wirmly and will do more good if thrown on hi "I'm goin'T to tell voul that you're
strog. Therefore. wlt th religious handfuls or with a broom than if a ruffian and a brute anyway!"
S.otwevor wbklh had prompted them to dashed on at once. A small fire snorted the indignant person. .
nueb icrtleun they eonsMiered It batting may he -mothered with a rug or ".lust so. And you're such a con-
Otat they sLhould return to God some temptibl. infernal ho tht I dn't
Stank.s or wlhat ty wondered ,Is blanket or beaten out with a broo temptible infernal hog that don't KING OF THEM ALL! !
inma blealas. Accordingly c Gon ror If you cannot put out the fire in care a straw what your opinion of ING OF TH
Bradford in tbe autumn of 14n1 me a minute yell 'Fire!" and then. it me is," retorted the other, knok-
aside a day to mark the beginning of in a city,' call the fire department. ing the ashes out of his pipe, put- BALLARD'S
a maemo of prayer and gratitude. Every one living in the house ting it in his pocket. buttoning his
H*e is what Edward W4nslow says shouldld know the telephone nunilmer coat around his slender but muscu- SN O W LIN IM EN T
tabet that earliest Aerwcan day of to be used for getting the firemen. lar form and standing at ease. S( W I v
fn0tm: and it should be on the wall fory "Inae you any further business
'O rharst bein ptviuru il OtS Has been Crownetd with Phoomimal Semen since 18in and
"Our harvestIllm Bdfordo sent four strangers to use There is no time with me?" Ha been Crw d with Ponom l S sice 1888 nd
ent four for looking in the directory, even if "I'd like to know who you are, is to-day the Sest Nuaseaeld Untmeant o: the market.
-one should not be too nervous to that's all." CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN,
find a number. Every one should. "My name is Gwilliams. Here m u a, sius, c mass. om. o
Snow where the nearest foalarm is my card. Ieady to answer a call LCURES .one sPhA.. .. c.
box is amid how to iwe it. at any time." NUnU'ns CN wIL.A5,S. AND ALL
i Do not leave the door open when "Well, sir. you'll get it in the Pnioe 2s soc and $1.0 UeuLe Al sUhTOSts..I
you run olut to gi'e an alarm. if neck some day!'" rico ZSs S( ad $1.OO Al _c dtkm
Sthe floor' land windows are (0el-ed "'rlThanks. You'll get it in the BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., J ,.IS, ao.
when a tire starts one can alwar. foot every time you give me such a so00-502 North Sacond Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
f. get the firemen there in time to pi chance aIs you did this morning. 'as.nd Recommended b
S's it out while it is in only one room. 'ant to start anything ? No:. ALL DRUGGISTS
., The fire soon consumes all the ox- W\'ell, good morning." Chicago
i' g ..en in a losed room and may die Triune.FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW AY
out if it gets no fresh air. Palinrome,.
After the ir n are called work A palindrome is a word or sen- LOI EA S C
at getting out the things you want tenceLOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Correodted to Sept. 1, 1909
most to save. Don't throw the l w -
Sor ack.karI. The making of ;,;Ilin- ,.. s) a' "a 7s N o. 8
S ok frow the wiow d tt drolll(es ill Iatin Wiat it one tilut' a A ILY IAll.Y IIN LINE DAILY I DAILY
,arry out your clothing, as some favorite pastime. It calls for tha lIn, t .,".9am IA k,,-iak-,aki r i a 7 m s. am -a
t noS 'o .i,5 ) mll im v t.AUgE hthiae Ar ', itS im 7 U6 am

I' ,' '','. '". ........ exercise of some constructive aind 7 pi-_ '"*, an> .v l a t I'alatki I.v "> r pm 6 U' am
TRAK VIN PPARATION If awakened in the night bv tile I. pm m Lv... ormona. Lv :; m Is am Pullman t Parlor
SIf awakened in the night the analytic skill. Not many English 11 im 1 11 n. i.v .avtuona I.v p m t I' am arr
owil nt towlling. No thai we might aft- smell or cry of fire don't dres, palindromes are known T i m : i Lv LNew'snyrna iv I .4' 3m s to am operated on tratsn 3 and U iW
or a speenial manner rejoice toga.ther Wrap yourself in a blanket or quilt posed self introduction of the father ..0 pm I i pm .. .2 i m 4,""5 --
after we bad ultwhed tihe fruit ,i onu from the aied and get out the quik- of umanit to is pandam rib is i 4 .m l., I n- F l 4 am ufe p be
ni Ie l m Lhv !oke h'. lto h Kn rib "e e
lab ofrs. They four Iu itu day killel est wav y otU an. Shut tle d(or: the most familiar: It 30 p, > ,;7 i l.v Melth.rne I. 1 l.' m I nsm tween New York and Knl1bt.
as iib twl U. wih a little help be yo throh \fter cllin for I am 7 c pn l. F Iir,. I n i Jo pm Key over the Atlantic ast Line
side ervted th. Ion MtIll hhlleot OU l for "Madam, I'm Adam." 3 ,H am 9 17 pm Lv ateinai., .. l -. am M M,.m korth of acoville a andle 1_
aiservd t ll"1"4"t help try to atw certain the extent atild 6 1 ,am Ii jo ha..r ndtan am 6l Is on traveled -
week. At which thime. 1i.ltg ther tr to rt t Sometimes an unintentional pal- 00 am- .... % -.- -i- -,t n. 5 .W iis
ile am s..... iof l, ,fire. 4 t) pn
rere'stliou. we ezert-h.di our rmsus the situation of tle tir. ou an indrome comes to light, as in the to am .. Is i.', Krv 1 I 11 am
many of the ndllii s tcotlinl aimong, us. tell if it is he-t to try to carry out shop sign in Yreka, Cal.: 1 an -__ Ar m _, a,, L%
and almoI tg slie rest their gare, st kl.lig. thie ho>M-.l o.l -..Il. If tile tire i- sYreka Bakery." :o';; %r A Ki', ,'t r I.; +_ mn
"Yreka Bakery." :6 30 alla .... tAr Iila 1. :3 U pan
Mamsmulyt. with *ome uinety men. on tlie fir.t floor it i. ver\ dangero- Palindromes of considerable .. r.
whom for three tlay we entertained to oso ahl,o. hl. ,e;iue the heat an length may be evolved-n dayv-. 'ulest-iav,- ,,t Thurvit i.r l- t. Key W e
... 1 1 i length may be evolved- as, for in. rtiieona '. n v..tMi-,i i o t i. i i" n.?t (r< \et
and feasted. and they went ot ni d kill- hoki -iike "-c. stance, the supposed reply the girl :M a.da.v,,I ,v&. I``,. ,,r'- i.,,,earlt,. ., Havana
ed live delr. which they brought its thi," (lt ( often gvt out through a 91
pla itirou ar whh theinwed I s our io .i o; i out tI rough i: makes to her mother's question re- p,. Vi K RkANCH
feanr s and sand the catain.l uryles to- hil, n, ; it. e In" ..IhIen ,.1 guarding the progress of the class in e .. r' .. ...
Standish. and others. And although it ahai ,i,, wnTe Lh Iatin: a Plt ;LAI. KA .' I'.th 1 K.n A alatta
S always s penti as it w fall lokin. f h. ran. The snok, LO, ma! No pupils slip up on .. t':
at ibli time with us. yet by the good is the tl!hi'kest at the reilila. ol1l- amo."-Journal of Education. n ; ,. i .. ay .. o an
ess of < that we often wish you partakprs of tianiirl oir v en ;i c',at collar ,ovel Where Samuel Scored. 0 u:> ,,. ..\ [, t - ,,,, 11,, -I ,; l ; , ,,,
our plenty." the ionotli greatlY\ It-ens t he dn4i- "Samuel," said Mrs. Wobbler, fix- : .. ,, !, a
rTlhnkssslgivhig day was r'eomsmeudtl ger of injiiry to t tlie lung or death ing her hapless husband with a "" "" 1 '" il .'. I :" ''n
asniually by congress during the iRev from the clanrlonic acid ga in the menacing eye, "do I actually see Slutitnl. but r. ere wae a Interomiag on s fke. you working in the garden with ..
hkreafterl s. till i1rhasto when rahg If a person is in a burning hiuihl- your frock coat on? What a care- ala,.,li \ l ,, .. ,.,, i V I:1:
ton ordert.d a day of thanksgiving for ing with no fire escapes and the less man with your clothes you are! -_ I --- .
Sthe' adpti'hn pf the federal constitu. stair below is burning or the hall is Only last week you burned a large n am ; ut' "' a" N , ;. ,,
tion. BSoutahquently various days lu filled with smoke lie should shut the hole in your best waistcoat through : ,
SNovember were recommended by press door and transom to keep out the sticking a lighted pipe in the pock- No. Iron "' J-'
'Ments and governors till In 1803 the deadly gases. Then he should throw et, and yesterday I saw you lighting Iamiry .n *iv ,Lt k R AH tlNy l.u ua y t
regular observance of the national open the window to get cool air and the kitchen fire in vour new gray so *to ,l .&.A, ... ki ia u,
Thankbgiving. day was instituted to let the firemen and neighbors see trousers." t ;' 24 7 , -.. .L.. .; ,. AM 1 ,Nm
through a peclauatlon of Proeident where he is, so that they may bring "Mada i," replied Mr. Wobbler, ; . ,: . .s
Sps roamatiool. a ladder to the window, viciously snipping up a shrub, "your ., .. ... .... ,
one* souhl Dwas p;relannation doenot lg t t DeitiV l. l iichs i7..
If unable to escape by his own last asseveration is false. I did ; ,, ,. j e ,a, .r.m* ,, ..a ...d Sa:
not make it a natio al holiday. It ap- t | a a 3 |, ] i .;r* ,I .Tu -e.. Jri uu;-
efforts one should wait at the win- not light the kitchen tire in nIV new 4 15 pm i0 m A ..i... ... ', ,ar tr, .v. .,,
n e w i- `0 1 a"ran t I
dow for help until he is scorched or gray trousers. I lit it in the kitch- 4 : pm I *i. ........... m Ll '. .. ... .
is H whlh iM*e anr gtm l- choking. If no one is near he should en grate!"- London Express. co&.tc..-os. ., s ...h ,. to ., .A.q, ..a .... Ha .aa
"Woln troiw isa abdnt-'S5td throw isand Lame back comed on suddenly land is ex- aeTrthm a TImc ALdS'l atoW it x-,Tilmo, 17ta11s may be *spe.t .do .art.e a. ad depar., ,,orm e.
T vw anamm Au.A t mva, jump on that. It is safer to jump trmely painful. It is causem b ,s. . bu ,,-.o.'t.-et. ant. o............ ... .. ... ,








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Afm. im
e1 b-Mrb i s ra his a ipraate! -
Pr L-ftWI t ,in be 9eift so

iI M or afrom

Sdito a weaber of yomg people
sre1 d a momliht wlk from Footr
m to oruvillagB Snday night and
a ttmd the w t series.
IThe MI o llrLey,mily aad Belle
SBondd et kd M na, arrive lad t
fiay frho M osha, Wis., md are
*omfortblyettled in their winter

Mr. Provost heaad the river front
at th Johnt B mnr place mowed
ad it looks much better. Mr. Jac-
qaires the new owner, will be here
mooa to get thi redy for winter.
SbRev. Carno, wife and baby, came
up on Saturd4's boat and remained
over until the train Monday p. m.
Tbee were the usual Sunday services
and a meet of the 8. 8. board was
Saeld t the me of P. W. Munon
en Monday A. M. We were all much
dimppointed that Dr. and Mrs.
Holmes were not able to be with us.
Mr. Da Iolmes writes that they
will spend the winter in Virginia.
Thay will be mimed very much on
Indian River.
Whb a eold boeames m tlled i the system.
I will take severe da a' trettmnt to core it.
d the het rMeedy to me s Cbamberlain's
0rLl B-7.~ It will cure quicker thou
yeer Md alb, leave the synta i a
satu d aln hslty enditioa. Hold by all

The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal
eburch will have sale of fancy and
metal articles suitable for Xmas
gifts on Friday, Dec. 3rd, at Hotel
Inn, from 8 o'clock till 9 o'clock p.
m. Ice cream, cake and fudge will
be sold during the evening.
Styles Booth, of Georgia, was in
town a few days this week visiting
A. P. Edge, of Fort Pierce, was in
town Monday on business.
G. W. Hayman and wife, accom-
panied by Minnie Monroe, left Satur-
day for their home in Savannah, Ga.,
after several weeks' visit with Mr.
Hayman's mother, Mrs. T. J. Shave.
Rev. W. A. Mason, wife and son
left Saturday for Fort Pierce to give
a series of lectures for about two
Dean Robottom, wife and son spent
a few days in town this week, the
guests of C. L Taylor and wife.
E. H. Wallace and wife arrived
last week from Wabash, Indiana, on
a visit to Mrs. Wallace's sister, Mrs.
E. E. Macy.
Claude Yates, of Melbourne, spent
Sunday in town.
J. M. Law returned home Monday
after several days visit with his par
ents at Jasper.
Mrs. J. M. Gan and sons spent
Tuesday in Jacksonville shopping.
E. E. Macy and family spent
Thanksgiving in Melbourne with re
Francenia Houston spent this week
in Melbourne, the gue;t of her uncle,
Rev. R. F. Whitehurst.
A. N. Mathers met with quite an
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 ares of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
as follows: Lot No. 3, section 85,
also lot No. 8, section 36, in township
31 south, range 39 east. This land is
unimproved but finely located. For
further particulars address.
F Ufr rf

datwde do .mot oI tfhe am be pr blly 15-
bet oes, dthe sad by him. ON boxes whipped by independents.
D w "m detly, but comult him Growers are asing $1.75 for fruit
s w vhea you Ire sick. n the treats. Grapefruit erop is only
Ask b opalIoa of Ayer's about half of lat year's crop.
Cherry Pes ral for eoughs It will be pretty hard matter to
sad cold& Them us k or reconcile thee different reports, one
cSt, IUt as he lay. estimating at 80,000 boxes for the
am- e S tl county, while another places ship-
Id11 11 ment from Cocoa at 250,000 boxes.

The" readers of this paper will *ow pleased
Always ksep a e Ay's Ub aIn the to lern tbht there at I"t ,ne dradfal
outs. JUl3 m 3i ime, lSad dbms.e that nlenem ha In-i able to lo e ein
all iai stages. aUd that is Ctarrb. Hall's Ca-
BWiWll Mayaa B (1tarrh o ure I the only puitive care known
lsaSSSa hiade*. to the medlial fraternity Ctarrh being a
Hew ma8 y year has w deIssrnwra eaMcoutrtiional dbis. requires a onstitu-
Lthee pMPU Ask biS a asbet tmhe. tiomi treatment. Hill's OCtarrh Cre is
-wIsltas.. aw m Ol .... tken Internally. actnl x lir-etly upon th-
bloed and m muroues rface of the sysem,
thereby destrying the fenitdaria of the di.
accident while at work on his place ase. and aivin the lraient strength 1i
be ldi. l a the oomtis.htko and asisting
at Tropie. While fixing a roller natorre n doim its work. The proprietors
Idoor he fell, breaking a rib and both Ihae so mocb faith in its curative powers.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
bonesin one arm. He is resting e that it fails to cure. tend for list oflte
quite well at this writing. J. ENEY .. Told
AddremF. J. CHIENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
J. T. Carson, wife and baby spent 8old by D uggist. 75b.
Sunday at Geon Hall's Family PIlls are the beat.
Sunday at Georgians.
Oeear Mathers left Sunday for Co- Chld ren Cry
coa where he takes his winter posi- FOR FLETCHER'S
tion in the freight depot. C A S T I A
Rev. Thiot is spending this week A S TA
at Fort Pier.e eating Rev. Mason BLOCIADED
with his meetings.
Rev. R. F. Whitehurst and family, Every Hounhold in TitusviUl Should
of Melbourne, spent Thanksgiving Know Row to ae*st it
with his sister, Mrs. C. C. Houston.
The back aches because the kidneys
(FROM LAT WEE) are blockaded.
The Kings Herald Society render- Help the kidneys with their work.
ed a very interesting program at the The back will ache no more.
M. E; church on Sunday evening. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney
[The lesson brought out for missions Pills do this.
The leon brought out for mission It's the best proof, for it comes
was fine. Mrs. C. C. Houston drilled from Titusville.
the children, and it was a success. John M. McCrorey, Main St., Tit-
The children took *up the thank of- usville,Fla., says: "My back wasvery
fearing, which was responded to by lame and sore and when I stooped
all present.or lifted, I found it very difficult to
all present, regain an erect position. I could not
The Ladies' Aid Society gave a rest well at night and felt miserable.
4ale at Hotel Inn on Tuesday even- My kidneysdid not act in their normal
ing. The hall was fixed very pretti- manner and gave me much annoyance
Finally Doan's Kidney Pills came to
ly by the ladies. The Larkin booth my attention and I began using them
was quite an attraction and was according to directions. They proved
most beautifully decorated. The to be just what I required, soon re-
hand work of the ladies sold very moving the backache and the lame-
ness and soreness disappeared. The
readily, as did everything offered, passages of the kidney secretions
The net proceeds were about $35.00. were also regulated and I feel better
Much credit is due the ladies for in every way. I heartily recommend
their efforts to make this a success. Doan's Kidney Pills to any person in
.need of a reliable kidney remedy."
I How Estimates Vary For sale by all dealers. Price 50
The following reports as to amount cents. FosterMilburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
of shipments of fruit from certain States.
points in Brevard county have been Remember the name-Doan's-
*secured by The Packer, of New York: and take no other.
Cocoa-The number of boxes of -
oranges and grapefruit shipped from A STEW ART
this station last season was approxi-
mately 130,000, of which I estimate _-..
This season I estimate will be about I Infn
160,000 in about the same proportion ire Inra
as last year as to grapefruit. There -- ....
have been no offerings for fruit on
i the trees in this section to my know- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
ledge and no prices have been fixed.
Georgiana Would estimate the I represent some of the leading
Orange crop at this point this season pbusines of th wasted toandme will re
at 6,000 boxes, compared with 5,000 ceive prompt andcareful attention
last year, and the crop of the county
at S,)(K1 boxes, against 5).0(Na or M A U ytb
a.(W,) las, t year. IndetpHndents will E G l oa tl Mea l akl
handle 5,000 boxes at this station.
Buyers are offering $1 to $2 for fruit DUREN, AGENT

on the trees and growers are asking
t $2.50. Grapefruit crop is 5-0boxes, .- Florida and
Compared with 400 last year. i
Ccoa (another report) The or- Wstern
ange crop at this station this year
amounts to 250,000 boxes, compared Y eats
with 150,000 last year. The county's
crop is 550,000 boxes against 250,000 f all Kids
last year. The exchange will handle "u
S All persons having claims against H
the estate of W S. Norwod, late ENRY RIVERS
of Brevard county, Florida, deceas-
Sed, are requested to present their Tonsorial Parlors
s claims to the undersigned within the
time prescribed by law, and all per- C'orneir .lliA Hntd Palm Streets. otne Ilik .astt
sons owing said estate are hereby re- I'rn Railway Statian
o _

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Groceries, Hal
We hali eIl p5nrl etofit ll ki,
in tlie NlIve li i a of g(MiNl al
(imin snid all t(ro riea. deli

Fancy and Toi
Soda Water, Ih
Mail orders solicited

B. C. Edwards

Pure Ice M
Prompt Deliveries Mi



For ten days we will offer our second hand Type-
writers, viz: Smith Premiers, Remingtons, Mon-
archs, Fox, Yosts, Williams, Blickensderfers, etc. at

H. R W. B. Drew Company
r. o $5 t $7 - f j n dewodth

De.lerso, w Staple a lnd Fancy Groceries
at Competitive Prices
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'ritchard & Son

, the Finest Lines of
and Shelf Hardware
ii-i c-mv -- --^

Our Stock of
nd Sporting Goods
nplete at all times

and Oils of Quality
of our Specialties

s for large or small orders will
personal attention. Mail Orders
:ed and promptly filled


y, Grain and all Food Products
0i4. We are age*ln for M.le?' Frrtilixzcr We deIl ear I vely
ld solicit the trade of all rolsmllnlwis Winie us for prier on
orerd at your station. F L. Ht.AI)Y A HKO.. TITIN'Lu.L.
Dr. J. C. WPEL.. kRegitered PLhaunait
LvTlle, 3l1orlda
ilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
ce Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock
W. H. Ford

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ide to all Shipping Poitso o the PFlorid ast Coast

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