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: 12 17, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00732
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1909


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SCurita s stock is too varied to

m ibsr The Alpine for lodging
i- qui k luanh when in Titusville.
SMr. Fred Aldridge of Daytona, re
S tared to Cooa again Sunday after-
'Ioon.
Cold waves struck thissection last
,Priday morning and Tuesday mop-
Ma of this week with temperatures
AdMw lose to the frost mark.
1 Mr. R. R. Gladwin, of Fort Pierce,
Upmt from Friday to Monday with
Sis mother, Mrs. S. N. Gladwin, and
his doter, Miss Sslde Gladwin.
Come early and select your Christ-
-m presents while our line is com-
plete. Gifts to suit everybody.
Banner Drug Store.
Mrs. Dora Deisner and grandchild-
ren, Maud Renaker and Frank and
Fred DeCourcey, returned from
their months visit to Jacksonville
Wed msday.
Christmas candy, fine chocolates,
60c, 70c, and 80c per lb. Necco
sweets and Huyler's, i lb. 40c., 1 lb.
80c., large fancy boxes, $1.00 $1.25
$2.00 and $2.50. Banner Drug Store.
Mesrs. N. W. Barrow, Isaac Sims
and Harry Dunham, of Duxbury,
Ma., arrived in Titusville last Fri-
Sdaynight and were met here by Capt.
W. C. Peterson, of Canaveral, with
whom they will spend most of the
wlntri season.
The Courtenay association of the
Florida Fruit Exchange has just re-
eeived returns first carload of grape-
ftrit that it shipped a few weeks ago,
and the net returns, after deducting
all the expenses of the association's
peeking, showed about $2.35 per box.
A handsome 4 cylinder 60 h. p.
Thomas touring car stopped at this
place Saturday for lunch. It was on
its way to Miami, where the owner,
Geo. D. Smith, will use it this winter
in connection with his White Palace
Hotel, formerly known as Halcyon
Hall. E. A. Linberg, of Daytona, was
the chauffeur, and had with him A.
G. Gowen, of Folkston, Ga., and
Capt. Rowe, of Daytona. The run
brom Daytona to Titusville was made
ti 8 hours, and from this place down
to Coco, 20 miles, in 1:04. Capt'
Rowe only went as far as Melbourne,
returning here Monday.
Toys, Dolls, Orange wood novel-
ties. Rugs all sizes. Gardner's.
Dixie Musical Comedy Company
At the Titusville Opera House Fri-
day night, Dec. 17th, the famous
Dixie Musical 'Comedy Company, di-
rect from a tw o weeks' run at the
Colonial Theatre, Jacksonville, Fla.,
introducing minstrelsy, vaudeville
and musical comedy.
Prices of admission, 35c, 50c. and
75e. Reserved seats on sale at W.
S. Branning's Clothing Store.

18,006 Acres of Land Sold
About 18,000 acres of land in the
southern part of St. Johns county,
extending from Moses creek to


Hastings, has recently been sold for
development purposes and will be
placed on the market in small tracts.
The land is said to contain some of
the best soil in the Hastings district
for potato growing. W. H. Keith, of
Peoria, Ill., promoted the deal. It is
expected that much of the land will
be sold and in cultivation within a
year.


SPUD r INVEST, Idch?
ia byin c eloties some m rimP=y
,nd their mony--others invest it.
Which do d yo o? Iti not pend-
iW mU S to buy Sdhlossi otbw its
inrvie whn =meh high quality i
obtainfle at s) low prims
The beat investment any man can
make is in clothe that make him look
his best at all times.
Why not save half?
Try buying sitsand overcoats that
wear twice as long. Why not buy
the clothes that have proven them-
elves superior to any others made in
America, the "Clothes Beautiful?"
Made by Schloss Bros. & Co., Balti-
more and New York.
Suits $10.00 to $22.50.
WINSTON S. BRANNING
Titusville, Florida.

WARD LINE TO CUT
CUBAN SHIPMENTS
Stermship Company Requires the
Prepayment of freight
The Havana Post in a recent issue
said:
"Has the fruit and vegetable busi-
ness of Cuba received a blow which
will seriously cripple it? Or has there
been a change in the shipping require-
ments in certain instances, which
will in the end work small harm to
anybody and do considerable good to
some of the parties concerned? The
whole question has been brought up,
and in a very sudden way, by the
announcement made this week by
the Ward line that hereafter all ship-
ments of live animals, household
goods, fruits, vegetables, sweets and
printed matter must be prepaid at
this end.
"The announcement came as a sur-
prise to the growers and shippers of
the island and strong have been the
protests that they have raised since
then. They say that the whole busi-
ness of fruit and vegetable growing
on the island will be killed, if this
regulation continues; that the grow-
ers cannot invest their money in the
crop and then stand the added bur-
den of paying all the shipping ex-
penses before the goods reach the
market. On the other hand, the
Ward line people say that this step is
only a justifiable one which they have
taken to protect themselves against
the numerous losses which have oc-
cured in the past.
"Professor F. S. Earle, of Jovell-
anos, president of the Fruit Growers'
Assn., said that he thought this
would be a knock-out blow for the
fruit and vegetable industry in
Cuba."
Carload of Ford Autos to Arrive
The carload of Ford automobiles,
consigned to the Indian River Music
House, arrived in Jacksonville Wed-
nesday afternoon over the G. S. & F.
and were at once turned over to the
F. E. C. Ry.. and this car should ar-
rive here this morning on the through
freight. Mr. C. A. Gardner and Dr.
Spell's cars are in this shipment.
Wanted
Two good orange packers, start
work Jan. 10th. L. W\. Drawdy.
Nevins Orange Groves,
Merritt. Florida.

Sun Brothers Shows
Young America has been saving his
pennies for the past few weeks in
anticipation of the coming of Sun
Brothers' Greater Shows, that are
underlined to appear at Titusville,
Tuesday, December 28, 1909, for
the performances, matinee and
night. Theshow comes with the


hearty endorsement of officials and
the newspapersof this vicinity where
they have been exhibiting for the
past several weeks.

Motor Boat For Sale.
Toppan dory. whaleboat model.
with 3 h. p. motor, all just like new.
at a bargain. a hllrC.* L.. care STAR
office.
Draying
Drayingor hauling of all kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. E. HOLTON
Titusville, Fla.


The Novelty Store
Is one of the best places in town to One litrht


For Sale
sintile horse'p huicrv


LOCAL GOSSIP iUN'srHicw1Ei o0eN LATEST EWBIS
II lenitlel aid To!
AND PERSOHALS .110 r i AND DtCIDEITS
I MONDAY, DeC. 20rt, 190M.
Seathig Aut th Pwple of Titl- Popli in all the latest shadein-' PNMI hn*I A tu that
Swlll as Ta cm i** i I eluding white and light blue, very IYn m
M stylish for one-piece dresses or suits.
Cut Glass, Silverware. Gardner's. special 2 cents per yard. Find it at Gardner's.
Some second hand bicles in good Chff broadcloth, 54 inches ide, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Beazley left
i wopth $2.00 a yard, Monday only, Tuesday for Jackonvile.
condition cheap at THE STAR office. $1.19. Tuesday for Jacksonville.
Mr. A. B. Yelvington returned White bed spreads, extra large! Limeade, delicious, healthful and
home Sunday afternoon from White size, Marseillaise patterns, special cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Store.
'$125 each.
Springs, Fla. Ladies' ready made night gowns, Mr. G. W. Scobie has just returned
Fine stationery at 50c. 75c, $1.00 made of a nice quality of nainsook, from several weeks spent in the
$1.25 and $1.50. Beautiful holiday trimmed with valenciennes lace or northern states.
packages. Banner Drug Store. dayroidery special 69 cents, Mon- Mrs. L. W. Rattenfield, of Rock-
Mr. H. M. Flagler and a party of R. & G. corsets, made in the latest ledge, is here for a few days' visit
F. E. C. officials went to Miami and Istyles, special 96 cents each. with her friend, Mrs. Adhemar Brady
KnightsKey thefirstoftheweekon Men's hle-proof ks, guaranteedreturned from
anigtour eyeirs of into wear for six months without darn- Frank M. Wilson returned from
a tour of inspection. ing, colors navy blue, tan and black, Jacksonville the first of the week
Try a loaf of bread at the Home six pairs for $1.19. where he served as U. S. court juror
Bakery and you will never want any Misses and children's fine ribbed last week.
hose, sizes 5J to 9J, worth 25 cents,
other kind. Orders taken for pies Monday's special 15 cent. cents Toilet sets, collar and cuff, glove,
and cakes. C. COLLINS, Prop. Ladies' long coat sweaters, extra handkerchief and necktie boxes,
Rev. H. F. Harris left Monday to heavy quality, double breasted, with many styles to pick from. Banner
attend the annual conference of the two pockets, worth $7.50, special Drug Store.
$4.9&
Methodist church, which convened Special prices in ladies' and child- Mr. F. A. Losley purchased a Cad-
Wednesday in Lakeland. ren's coats. illac automobile last week from
Mrs. W. J. Bryan, Miss Bryan and Embroideries and laces at less than Frank Montgomery, of Oak Hill, and
manufacturer's cost.
Master Leavitt, of Lincoln, Neb., ar- JmULI'u KLNr, now we have two Cadillacs in town.
rived in Miami Wednesday. The Titusville, Florida. In making your selections for


party will spend several days tour-
ing the state.
Have you seen our Christmas
goods? Our line was personally se-
lected in New York and everything
is big value for the money. Come
and see them. Banner Drug Store.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hentz, and baby
of Rio Janeiro, Brazil, were passeng-
ers on the southbound train Sunday
afternoon for City Point where they
will spend the winter on their fine
orange grove. Dr. Hentz was one of
the early settlers on Indian river,
and although he has a lucrative prac-
tice in Brazil he never forgets Florida
and spends a part of nearly every
year here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Freeman, of
Pierre. South Dakota, arrived in Ti-
tusville last week and probably will
spend the winter here as being far
more preferable and enjoyable than
Dakota weather at this season of the
year. They are so far very much
pleased with Florida. They have
rooms in the Wager residence in
South Titusville. Mr. Freeman is a
druggist in the hustling city of
Pierre and is fond of good hunting.
Furniture, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Gardner's.
The Indian River Drug Company
Cocoa, Florida,
Down by the Public Library
A thoroughly first class drug store
Come and see
Great Display of Holiday Goods
Now open
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Big Land Sales for Developmenti
A sale of 13,000 acres of land in
southern Duval county, near Bayard,,


Stars of Comic Firmament
It is said that the general Ameri-
can public is particularly fond of
comedy. Having this in view, the
management of Sun Brothers' Great-
er Progressive Shows, that are billed
to appear here matinee and night on
Tuesday, December 28th, have ar-
ranged to present at every perform-
ance what the management styles.
"The Stars of the Comic Firmanent,"
in which they have recruited pur-
veyors and delineators of fun from
every country where humor is known
and appreciated, thus making of it
an International Assemblage of the
World's Joyful Jesters.
Two complete performances will
be offered here, matinee at 2:00;
night at 8:00 p. m. The tents are all
of massive size, the seating capacity
is so arranged to shelter an aud:erce
of immense size..
At 12:30 o'clock, there will be given
on the show lot, a galaxy of free out-
door exhibitions that are said to beat
anything of the kind ever carried by
a tented show.

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a. ni.
and at Titusville at 7 p. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
John's church, Eau Gallic on Sunday
morning December 19th at 10:30 o'-
clock, and in Holy Trinity church.
Melbouriu on Sunday evening at 7:30
o'clock.
Services on (hristmas day Satur-
day, DTec imh,.r. 2' th, in St. (;: ri.l's
;church Titusville at !:: 'c:,.ok.


is reported. This tract also extends Special music by the parish chuir un-
into St. Johns county. The purchase der the direction of Mrs. '. H. Wal-
was made by the Florida-Iowa Coloni-! to.
zation Co., of Burlington, Ia. The
land will be placed on the market Gun Repair Works
within a short time. It includes con- All work guaranteed, also ,mis
siderable land said to be suitable for stocked and r-,boreld.
potato growing and much interest in H. [~.:':K f. Titu s ilt'.
that industry is being developed in
St. Johns county and adjacent For Sale Cheap for Cash
districts.


Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's trousers, made of a good
quality of hard finished worsted.
(lark patterns, worth A$:.50. special
$2.49.
Also another 1o worth $2.50, spec-
ial $1.98.
Men's woolen undershirts, light
weight and heavy weight, special
$1.00 per garment.
Men's four-in-hand ties, 50 cents
quality, special 25 cents each.
W. L. Douglas shoes in box calf.
velour calf and patent leather. cus-


About KS acres of goi high lanI
on the east ,,or, o'a; s; I of tih In-
dian river at the Narrows, descriletd
as follows: L t No,. : .. ,.cti, ::>:.,
also loit No,. 3. seit'ioi:,i ;. in tow,-i.i,
"11 south. range 3u.ea.,t. "ii ann, i i
unimipr,,ovd but finely iocated. F1 or
further particulars a, Ilrs...
E. M. Low.
Brockton. Mla-s.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
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Christmas presents for father, hus-
band, brother or sweetheart, we
have just what you want at Bran-
ning's.
Mr. Will Hall moved his family in-
to the Gaulden cottage Monday,
which they will occupy while theiw
home is being added t'b and improved.
Contractor Smith commenced the
work Wednesday.
Mr. F. S. Wheeler, of Plainfield,
New Jersey, who has spent a couple
of winters on Indian river at Titus-
ville, arrived Monday and he is stop.
ping at The Dixie. Mrs. Wheeler is
expected to arrive here the first week
in January.
Dr. E. Monroe Lane is having all
the fun and more than he wants in
duck hunting, so he varied it a little
Tuesday by hunting alligator. amnd
brought in two of Florida's saurians
of good size and about thirty dluck.s.
Talk about your sport, but the iltor
certainly is having it.
(ardner has the largest variety, of
(hristmas gomods. LOOK.
Dr. Miller. Dentist. Titusville.

Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals
H. J. Bensor, L. J. Morey, L. M.
Rehbinder. H. F. Young, M. ;. R.
Savar., J. J. Queen. N. Marinels.
G (;e. G;r~ovanni, Geo. A. Rowe, M. R.
SJohns. C. A.Gardner. 0. A. Talley,
Geo. L. Markey. (;. Netherton,
L. T. Forlaw, J. R. Forlaw, 0. J.
Hamil Jr. Fla.; H. M. Fleming. R.
A. Moore. E. L. Davis. Ga.; P. C.
Sears. ll.: .J. E. Shcrman. Mo,.;

Bill for Relief of Florida
The following lbili fr th, r, i.f rf
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Frank ('l irk. alil \'a. i 1 i .
th,. co ,*alit Lee on war *clai,.-: 'ltiat
t lie scetary 'of tthe treasury iv i. aw
he is hereby, authorized and directed
to pay to the state of Filorilda. ut of
any noi, l,.' i l II e tteasuti I,.. other-
w1 is, alei ng :p' lai.- t n . frim n iii l -. ''ti f -ail state for ta.es
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OAPTAIl CIton s OF ( OIWUIIJaLL UiA sBLL
TKAM.
institutions. as Georgetown always
figures in the trip by the big eastern
fves.
A good tight is promised for the
western conference cham pionnhilp
among the three big unlversities. Chi-
cago. Minunesota aind Wi.sconsin.
Although former C'aptainux sboln-
mer and (Georgen are both out of the
game for good. C.'hicago has a strong
nuclens IIM)Un whirb 'o build up an-
other Iowerful tive in ('aptulii Hloff
man. Page and Fulkerson. guards;
llubble. sultenter. and Clark. Kelly.
Cleary and Hlenry, forwards. This
squad of veterans will be re-enfor'ed
and strengthened by several likely
candidates frmai lust year's freshman
five.
Minnesota hasl ine veterans of last
year's team iiin rilmes. Mlenike,. raut.
oosenwald. Auderson. Lawler, Walker.
Hanson and G(iltinan. Long,. Robillard
and Clark are some of the freshmen
who arte showing. exceptional quality
on the floor.
Judging by the number of candi-
dates for the W'iscosli varsity rive.
It looks as if the Badgers will have a
splendid lot from which to select a
strong team. The faculty athletic
council has sanctioned a schedule of
fourteen games, twelve of which are
to be with t -nfereuce universities.
In the east the tight seems to lie
among the Yale, Penn. Cornell and Co-
,umbla teams. While Yale has lost
Eddie Van Vieck as center, the coach-
es have any number of good subs left.
while Fred Murphy will also be eligi-
ble this year. as he did not play last
season.


We assert that we can ** ~/i, 1o/n" the b-.t
bicycle that experience can prolduc-. tilt
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Hough and Spier are left. however.
while Miller. captain of this year's
football team. also showed up well last
year in the few games that he played.
This in Itself Is a good nucleus for a
varsity te-::a.
The prospect for a strong team at
Colunmla ;:re very bright. Captain
Ted Kiendl has two of la:1 yea'a msubs
and one regular left to help him out.
With Mahon and himself for forwards
these two positions will be well taken
care of.


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Crosby. Cornell's leader, bad a few EN and women who
green men last year that he whipped are able to go back
Into shape, and it Is likely that he will in memory a quar-
hare a fair team this year. He is a ter of a century to
test class man himself at any ipoition, the Christnas days
and it is up to him to develop some of t h e r childhood
good guards and another forward. and recall the prosaic
character ,o th e i r
The Correct Time I Christmas p resents
To stop acagh or cold is just as oon asiti ill those days canllnot
starts-then there will be no dauxer of pneu- but look in amze-
monia orrcontiption. Just a few doesof I mt /l e n on the array
Bsllah's Horehomnd Syrup taken at thetart //ent o upon he array
will topthe tough. If it has been running of ingenious to y
on for smetiue the treatment will be longer. now for sale in the
bat the care is sure. Sold by all druggists. 1 shols and depart-
S\ ment stores to gratil-
Intercollegiate Ches Tourney. \ fy the luxurious de-
Columbia. lHarvard. Yale and Prince- mands of the chil-
ton have agreed tentatively upon hold- dren of these ties.
ing the eighteenth annual intercolle- Holiday novelties for 1I0J far sur-
glate chess tournament in New York pass in value and ingenuity of (n-
INt. 21. ZI and 24. This event was struction anytlill, seent even in rect-i-lt
Inaugurated In Ilir2 by Edward A. years. and to the boys :lad girls ,of
Gaswell. Yale. ',O. of New York In twenty-five years ago the toy depart-
conjunction with several of the alum- ments of today would have betnc a
nl of the three other universities rep- veritable fairyland. The prtectu ity of
resented. I arvardn has won the in- the American youngster lias Ite.i inl
tercolle;giate cup nine times. ('olumbia keeping wilh that of the nalitton. land
six tiles and Yale aill Pi'rllnet,.n each antia Claus has kept bravely p willth
once. tbe itrotestsion.
First among tile novelties this win
Ster ar he th toy aeroplanes. iOne ily
SPORTING NOTES buy liniature duplicates of tite
SWright brothers' craft or of the va-
rious European biplalnes ior moit--
lHopples are likely to be barred in planes. T'he iire expiensive of tlies.
future (lhalimtr of ('ommntrce stakes wonlderfull tys ;are umlade in l'r;iict.
.tt IDetroit imeetllgs. and ;ire Iproll'lled by clockwork. .lmer-
Alfred Shrubb won 95 (out of 101 aker lso :re making lies
ramt's since coning to this country, toays. hle fr laittr p e. strts ,i.li,'
nearly three years ago.
.All counted. seventy-nine records of
various sorts were made by amateur Next tot the neroplanet cos oine tht tiy
athletes throughout the country since dirigible b. mllot'io. siua;ll replicas f tile
Novilembelur 1! great airship in which Counit Ze%'plelin


Nobayo Masuiti. a .I ;ll anese. and
Kais 'hi Li. a Chinese student at
Harvard. are candidates for place on
the shocker eleven.
The E:aternl Joc4key club Ihas made
fortmal :illouncemntlltti of ilt' follow-
Inm g nri'.": Fro;t .i- d nators 31;; nominations for the I'utu-
rity of ill I and 1tIl noimnations for
the Lawrenle realization of 1912.
wlich (tcI,-oi' r e.i ntly for foils of thi.
ver iti w >v<:venliPngs.


Iteiitiet A!lien f Kani;,s 'ity may be
Tholmais 1;iestion's next oppKmnent 'or
pool title.
An uOpen walking match from San
Francisco to New York is one of the
probabilities for next season.
The old IDutch lioowling team of
Louisville Imadte the il'rst lenltry for the
tenth amaual tourney of the t llierican
bowlingi congress to t held in Detroit
Feb. 2-; to March 15 next.
James E. Sullivan. sctretary-'reas-
urer tof the .AuIateur Athletic union.
has ldonatedlt a set tof medals for the
.I4.6kA dIal La,. .. .A eat. AthA .i--h


PLTTINo (IN' THE FINIsUINt TOr('II
has iav;the ltli'sky a:nIe ut- Ucrlnulyi.
Thelt- - hit--iof these t41% .s :are t w~i'fet-
ill Ivn-lu Ia: l Vt '.(St- well, ti ht3 ark. ill
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11144.r le "'tVI'histnilas spIell."-. s0 lthe
c-'oot di 'ts not maiatter. The Zeiin
craft all cowe frow UerwUan toyiyohtps
and ar- etquippied with crews atad evvt-m
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Ne-xt ii tillaellliess (vlle thetmu.,.t-
velt-ln-ttu-jutglt' toys, w'hict- are- cx-


with their supplies. The figures may
be moved about and the scene changed
to suit the owner of the set. Thee
toys are made in ;ermany.
Another unique and timely feature
made up as a toy this year Is a new
game called "north pole." It has to do
with Cook and Peary. represented by
two tiny figures. who in a contest of
luck and skill wend their way by a
series of '*moves" to the top of the
globe. This ; aine is very cheap, as is
also the game of **sled race." which
savors of arctil regions and is played
on the same principle as "north pole."
The ttoymakers of Germany have
built several model battleships. com-
plete in every detail and some fully
five feet in length. These toys are
propelled by three different forces. of
which the buyer may take his choice.
Electricity. clockwork or steam may
be selected as motive power for these
model battleships. They cost 7ST.
The lone Teddy bear who has stood
his ground since the last presidential
administration now has company in
the shape of several other members of
the animal kingdom. Billy possum
is his side companion, and near by on


a shelf in toyland sits the new erea-
tki. Teddy lio, with hi beavy
mane Gowing about under hi chin.
The Teddy lion Is worth $15 while
til Billy possum sells for 95 cents to
$1.2. A giant orang uutang with ont-
stretched arms and Joined Umbs has
also been added to the zoological gar-
den of toyland.
The spIonl h egg and the jumping
frog are two new games that threaten
I to prove popular. By means of a string
an egg is made to spi,. and the count
is made from the number upon which
t finally rests. The frog game con-
sl;ts of a catapult that propels a frog
against a netting. When properly
made the frog catches upon this net
ting, and the count is based on where
it lights.
In the old familiar lines of wooden
Stoys, toy houses and household outlts.
dolls and the like many innovations
will be seen. A Freuchd dull boue as
equipped with every modern devtcie-
bathtub and telephone. electric lights
and a range for electric cookery anal
real doorbells. The doll is perenuu lly
popular, and as the nation grows rkch-
er costlier dolls are fildizn ready mar-
kets.


KING OF THEM ALL!!

BALLARIYS


SNOW LINIMENT
Haas iben Crowned with Phenominal Succem since Ietm, and
is to-day the Best HNesehld Uniment om tlihe market.
CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN,
NUALGA *SPRAINS, CUTS,. LOnc.SE
I'I IS OW. SALD. IIIACACN I wTaw '.w
UIRE O CONTRACTED *UMSCLESmiP AIm L.v
HUSIERS SPRANIED W ISITS F TU cm
BUNIONS, CHILLAINS AND ALL INFMLAMMAT
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 Refse All Suhti~s.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.,. re.,L". .-
500-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, iO.
'a ."'-LSiold *crid Rm coimmIenceIdI b
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'he buyer nowadays takes but little
stock in statements and assertions. Ie
says: "S/hor- mc'."' **'/ro:;e i/."
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educated buyer: 'Come and ste us-c--
will show you the ,oodls.
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FnrOFIM LK OUIRAlD NowM, CHIV
sTATISrT'IAN OVr AUlICULTUrS, UNITED
BTATII CILNUi.
but so swiftly that the record of pope-
latlou in 10IO appeared as quickly as
did the little report of the firt census.
was a task of the first magnitude.
Sucb I the mtmdern census of the
United States. It Is a decennial saap-
abot of the nation for the benefit of all
time. Patrick elory declared that
there was but one lamp by wbhichb bis
feet were guided-experience. But.ao
Important has the study of facts be-
come that statitics presenting the
facts analyzed and classified are hbe
lamp which guides the statesman and
the student of today.
alid James A. Gardfeld before be fell
a victim to the assassin's bullet:
*The developments of statistics are
causing history to be rewritten. Till
recently the historian studied nations
In the aggregate and gave us only the
story of princes, dynasties, sleges aln
battles. Of the people themselves, the
great social body. with life. growth.
forces, elements and laws of Its own.
be told us nothing. Now statistical In-
qalry :eads him Into hovels, homes.
workshops. mlnes, felds, prisons, bos-
pitals and all other places where bu-
man nature displays its weakness and
its strength. In these explorations he
diovern the seeds of national growth
and decay and thus becomes the propb-
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A aiWIFICANT COMPAlIsOI.
(Shedule of 1790 In center and mammoth
one required for the next census.]
book of Instructions to enumerators
supplements this information.
Director Durand has ordered 9.000.-
000 copies of the farm schedule printed
by the government printing otitee in
reAdiness before Jan. 1. although they
will not be placed in the hands of the
45.000 farm enumerators until the
usual time before the ehumneration
date.
The 0.000.000 couples will consume
4500 reams of paper. which, counting
fifty-two pounds to the ream. .will
make a weight of 24.000) pounds.
If they were placed on top of each
other they would make a ille 3.0o11
feet higb. or more than half a mlile.
It will take about three weeks to
print them with the press running six-
teen hours a day. It would take much
longer It were not for the fact that
the present schedule was so standard-


PILW OF ArUKN'l'LTUItK HIZI)LKU IS
THB cKNatS BUUUA'.
ized It would feed on the pIerfetflti
press used at Ithe government printing
notice which makes U.9ll revolutionst
per hour and pIrints four schedultes
each revolution, or a product of ;30.tA(XY
per hour. as against the old dat bed
premem uedt on lite 1.10 schedultles
with a speed of Iroi I.4-N ti, L .."t0
revolutions per hour.
During the I!NN, or twelfth census
there wetr'5.73S..'2 agrIcultunil scedtl-
ules turned in or returned by tlhe farm
enumeratuors there were 5.739).t.T farm


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MISS PAUL CGLL IN HOLLoAWA JAIL.
It to show the world that they are
willing to die for their cause. as mien
have slld their ilood inl the cause o)f
liberty. What men have I ne they
could do. ,n4t in : violent bloodshetd-
ding; way. but by the more lingering
and ronli:iici i press of In euIplty
stomach. Iarliament wi.s expected to
rise ,as o:ain 1 n1 hanid declare if they
were willing tor die for it they deserved
sufft'I:ie anid oleaniid the released' of, the
prisoners I-fore they sucrumnbed. but
the more Ipralticall j:ailers s.lHiled the
proi.-ra:un bIy means oif what is know
In lr;n! amind hospiital Iircles aso "frcet
fed inltg."
If you are suffring frni hilioumisoes con-
stilrtion. indigestion. chronic headache. in-
vest tone cent in a postal rard. tilct to ('bha-
herlain Medicine Co., IDes Mnineas. Iowa. with
sour name and addret Iplainly ou the back
and they will forward you a free swliple of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
,lold by all dealer.


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In to Ametr"'s' J ae snd d ba

The thirteeth decenalal eas-s ef
r teplu re. whichL wt begr April.l .
W01 will in all Ilkehod develop the
Mliball feat that the yearly valu
l ftr u produrcts i ecloe to $Stlo0-
IOuu: Aud the alreme ino the last
rw year n munt he sotw imwbre around
a hillio 0ollnrs annually! Tbats the
rsoum fl, to,. new adre.. and that Is
hl,. their ..c;u t't'lsaN nemxt year is of
ur-: Imrali.el! it liMIorttalne.
Inetweeni lStl nod tIt0) the area of
the Unlllred tatUn Inernnsed fromU 827.-
t14 to 3A.L24.3 square miiiles, the sam-
her of pnllhllk Ii'eneM'd fr nm nK to
IM .6aid the totfl ilIu;intion In-
Cradfrom Ifn t.12014 to 7tI3t.287.
or aluettenfold Thlrr were four states
each poswais 'ii lu IUW0 Ioulqmatiou
greater thaln that of the eutire nation
In 1790. at which time two of the four
were an untrodden wilderness. The
number of ctiesl with a population of
,000 or over increased from 6 to 546
and the number with a population of
25.000 or over from 2 to 161. Tere
were tSen, Jn 1900. tbirty-evlbt cities
having a oIMpulatlon exceeding at 0.Q
and three of thebs had over 1.000.000
aeb. In 1900 the r eord of capital.
wages and value of products of manu-
facturet rsme to f gure. almost beyond
eeaprebenamion. The capital invested
was W US.i84. the salaries and
Swages paid amlmowited to $2.732,430848.
and the value of Iroducts was $13.030.-
279,6. In agriculture the figures In
1900 were almost equally IlHpressve.
The total value of farms In 1100 was
$14,674,0010.247 ai l btat of agricultural
products In 1MIl $4.730.1m 7i2.
To gather and collate such stupen-
dous figures not only with accuracy.


LOAD 063BRYBT.
the military system was reorganized
the army was recruited directly from
the people. and the lords were no
longer obliged to furnish the state with
troops. but the exemption from taxa-
tlon remaullitiel.
Increased l inll'ome Itaxes. dtth eta'te
and leg aaie.s duties. a ta:x of ,to per r
cent tlo fvutu inresr iInree t he v;ilu.e of
lands tdel l- tlihe enterprises t ri couwi
Innilty, llxt'\es on moIIIators. tIo let- devotl'cd
to ke('eliltl: 11|1 l r, -l I, 3. :ai Ii 1.| Illll|
taxes on sailehs Iof prop|ertl.y ilar'e lhe outlI-
er primn il|:;l li tl,.l levies on we;:llh.
'The dol, ii **11 tI lh ill iin tih li h ise
otf tllt1111.1iC li ,l lr.1 1 i o i I;if l; ;. Iltll lh'.
ute'sure 'ts hIS lliu lip tll sevl. erll dift
ferent o si*oi is. id o it vas mat i util
Nov. 4 tIllhu ie Iei iii-'itis p.assedtI tlie
third rediii..:. thte %-oite he.'iii; :* 379 t
149.
Whei a the seqoiad ro;ealinm of the
budege't lill a maIloved il Tiltti house
of Iords on Nov. t Iord Lansdlowne.
leader of tle llosition. offered an
amendment tlat it be rejected li.b'o: "this hose Is not justitled in giving
Its cousent to this bili qutil it hs be'en


Her Heart Was Broken


Because her complexion was ll1d awil she
could tind uothiug to clear it up. Ladlies: A
had coniDlexion is caused hov an iiinative liv-


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acute oMbotlofe the etmueat atma.*
tml ulr am wtmsth. d It Rshld
saer.the sela et atesm k y o ex-
kiMtiac se al mIlto that they my
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W s oUaIW mi e cle hol which
tkhe tm rpow thimr bts aud from
wblet CBus Diretor Dran, Aaist-
ant Dirtr WHldtghby. the chief
sttldttlcla for agriculture. I Grand
Ponwr and the lare staff of expert
bEme stleticsS gather the statistic
tor a-Mlob a study.
The em to be used In te thirteenth
e- is t tollo or two page form.
* eI t of white writing paper. S by
8 Inches. being cut to two, making
single seets 13 Inches long and 16
lches wide. There is a three Inch
wide column of hlutructiuna to enumer-
atoN on both left sides of the sheet so
that the column can be cut off after
the Uled In nehedule baa been returned
to the census bureau. This makes the
sebedule smaller In sia and better
adapted for handling In tabulation
than previous sebedules. A separate



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MI. AND M4I. WILLIAM WATSON.
Tonguee" ad l he is the writer that the
British :i It hor lllN tome over to see
regardiu, a11a ;iIP41o-y.
Mr. WVatson is a lig. powerful chaup.
clean slIven. broad chested. square
shoulderted. a; believer iu physi al cul
ture. who walks or runs Marathbos
daily. lie is clever with his hand- and
at as a fiddle.

ChIldren Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA


Amyme mf a sk@Wb and domeriptkn ma
quickI acaU our agpion t hetb ra
lauvetbo~ Ir 6 ably 1r pNtabe Communlra.
doaw rteI1~dn t boon am P"tin
"M fro& =cy toweenum ~arr pateamu
pattto t b nms 0. reedwo

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farmer wll not be called upe. to an-
awer a of them.
With a distinct view to aeeuracy and
homnty nl the atrm Cerss work df
eumerattio next April. Cenu s DI-
Srector Dorand to his general Iastrc-
"ti m to aspervisors of the census sA-,

ly to be good enumerators. th super-
viora should employ crop reporters of
the Ualnted State department of ag-
riculture. oucers and leading workers
farmers' organisationas live stock
asoelations. co-operative creameries.
etc.; proglpresve farmers and their
sons and daughters. and especially
young men and women who have at-
tended agricultural colleges or agr-
cultural experiment stations; physi-
eians. former eoumerators. cbhool-
teachers and sulatitute teachers, col-
lege and high school students, persons
who have passed federal state or mu-
nicipal civil service examinations for
clerical positions or for mall carriers;
substitute letter carriers; local. state
and municipal officers and particularly
town and village clerks and recorders

A Hearty Appetite
is what most babies have, but its of no bene-
it to tbem if they hve worms. Be sure your
'tby is not troubled with them. Sure symp-
,nms--always hungry, rings under eye., not
ainingi in weight and yellow complexion. A
.w does of White's Cream Vermifuge will
xpel all worms. It is a pcritive cure and re-
iable. Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold by all
ruggists.

MISS PAUL'S CASE.

An American Girl imprisoned In Eng-
land For Helping Suffragettoe.
Holloway prison in England has been
much in the public eye since it becialne
the scene of the militant suffragettet"
"martyrdom." and It promises to be
come almost as well known in this
country as some of our famous Jails
now that an American girl is confined
there. She Is Miss Alice Paul and Is
undergoing a month's imprisonment at
hard labor for breaking the stained
glass window of the guildhall on the
occasion of the lord mayor's banquet.
in this case the English suffragette
leaders have taken legal advice about
applying to the American government
to intervene for the protection of one
of our citizens against prison violence.
LIke the other Imprisoned suffragettes.
she went on a hunger strike after be-
ing taken to prison and for eight days
was forcibly fed.
The hunger strikes of the fair pris-
oners have mIade as much trouble as
anything they have done il the w'y
of haltiin |Iparlihament. bIy coi|llellinhi
their jailers to feed them by force.
with tit' ialternativeo of ie'rmitting
ltheitm It diet from |:lack of fo d. The
object of the stalrvaniotn demonstration


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OR LDWIDB atln beme trhe ahoe
interest is lute dictator et its
belng tak mas ame. Without a
Mal crisisat Inw bes
& t Britain broubg = e by a cra-
~about by the rejec- tom b O than
os of the bd t any law. ad tel the

by the boe kesg imt Wltbeout seoa D J n-



lords. This acti of lds s a direct challee to
has created a sit-a the commons. Lod Roebery h
nation precedent-speech I t oe of lds ed

DAVID LLOYD- tory, at least a 300 the lifetime of any am born slae
eORO.L years. In theory l. d
making It Illegal to
collect taxes and carry on the king's The pecliar propertie of Chmhedaia's
government, and the nation is on the t emedy have been thorosehly teoed
eve of what will no doubt prove eln was tkenE I time bo oveml brdof ae
of the bitterest tights known In Eng- sinlgleese of peanumoe Sold by all dealer.
Iesh politics.
When David Lloyd-George. chancel- WILLIAM WATSON'S VISIT.
Ior of the exchequer, on April 20 pre-
sented in the house of commons the oritish Poet Has Come to Ameriea to
Liberal government's budget he pre- Face His Critics.
eipitated the present struggle, which A poem has created almost as great
has become historic. Accumulated a stir In England as the much talked
wealth and "the trade." as the liquor of budget. The author of it is Wil-
buslness is popularly called, were made flam Watson, the famous poet. and his
to bear the burden of the 15.7tb ,n00 vernes have mysti-

Incurred by the old age Ipetsions and many i e ole that he
the race with Germany for Dread- h las been talked of
noughts. kag nd crit isl d all
lI a memorandum issued prior to the T over Great Britain.
introduction of the budget the chan- iu fact, he has been
cellor estimated thoue revee for the rit Ha criticized even in
fiscal year neu-10t as 741,e0.000 and e this country for his
cthe exeendituhres ens ?struile.0w. Th he \aah licnee, one writer tat
chancellor pointed out that nearly all trnd \ tacking him in a

branches of trade and industry suf- way to bring the
feared serious depression, the foreign lbu English author to
trade returns showing diminution iu America to demand
value to the amount of nearly 1570.- MRs. ASQ'TT. retraction.
000.0K)0 us compared with IU. The poem that has created such a
nForemost among the provisions of sensation is entitled "The Woman
the bill to which the lords, the principal With the Ser-nt'as Tongue," and the
I lndownern a nreat Britain. object is first verse is as follows:
nthe land value tax of .0 per t nt on hhe net old. she is not young.
'the unearned imcrement, or the valuoheThe woman with the serpent tongue,
added to land by the growth of the The ha a00d cheek, the hungering eyo .
Community and not by ay productive Te poisoli words that wildly fly.
Chancellor The famished face. the fevered hand.
enterprise on the part of the landlord. Who slihts the worthiest in the land.
eThe lords were originally landlords Sneer at the just. contemns the brave
and In feudal times used to contribute And blackens oodness in its grave.
St their quota of soldier for the defense Many declare that the poe is direct-
of the country. Because of this they ed at Mrs. llterpwt Asquith. wife of
the land value tax of 2V per cnt on She iL net old. she is not young.







were exempted from taxation. When the prime mnirscer of eela han. but
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of prominent women are mentioned in
this connection. and thus the storm
grows. Another lwem in really to Wat-
son,'s verses wais written and publlsh-
ed recently by lichaird I.e iaullienne.
entitled "'The Poet With the ('Cward's
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glilagr pra b aise state and
ermu "Foridais the fnest state in
th" Union, Jut to think the 9th day
. tDamber and you ea have your
tale oaded down with all kinds of
vegetables sch a cabbage, Irish
potatoes, sweet pepper, encumbers,
enr plates, turnip, lettuce, and now
in a short while will be eating
English peas fresh from the garden
and also strawberries will soon be in
abundance.
A man buys a plee of land, clears
and plants it. By hard work he is
able to make a living and finally gets
a nice home. The assessor comes along
and assesses his house and five acres
at 500, on which he has to pay a tax
of $10 to $17 a year. Another man
buys five acres, slashes and cuts the
timber off, makes no improvements,
but takes away the heritage of a
thousand years. His five acres is as-
sessed at $10 and he pays from 20 to
34 cents tax. Is this just? Is it right?
The Manatee Record declares for
James P. Taliaferro for senator. In
an editorial, giving reasons for mak-
ing the decision, Editor Walpole,
among others, makes this statement:
"This is our reason for supporting
Senator Taliferro. Hehas been there,
and is thoroughly acquainted with
the working of the national govern-
ment. He holds ranking positions on
important committees, and, in the,
opinion of the Record is in position
to do more and better service for his
state than any man in Florida. It
would be poor policy to make a
change of senator at this time. Surely
it would not be for the best interests
of the state, and there is much that
Florida needs of the national govern-
ment." The Record has heretofore
been a htanch advocate for Broward.
What We Want to Do too
The following article, taken from
the DeSoto County News, suits the
conditions of the ordinary Florida
country weekly so well, in which
class THE STAR is included, that we
print it, asking the reader to men-
tally substitute the STAR instead of
the name of our esteemed contem-
porary:
-she DeSoto County News is noti
what we want to make it. We have
an equipment second to no weekly
paper in Florida or out of the state.
We except these papers issued from
shops that publish a daily edition, or
have a large printing establishment.
We employ the best Irinters and
workmen we can get, and pay them
every Saturday night the best wages
the business can afford. In nearly
three years we have not missed an
issue, although sorely tried at times
by difficulties known only to the


craft. And occasionally in spite of
our best efforts, we ha;e been late.
We do think we are worth a postage
stamp a week. The price of The News
is less than the two cents a week.
We appreciate the kind words and
the measure? of support already ours.
We are not complaining. We only
want to give our readers a better
paper. It costs money that we cannot
afford to keep a paid agent in the
field all the time. Will not.all ,*f ,ur
friends come to our help. and enable
us to render still better serv'ict?
How? you may ask. First pay up.
if you are behind. The paper each
we-k shows the date to which you are
paid. Read the figures after your
name and start the dollar rolling
toward the News office. We mean if
you have it. Anyhow pay when you
can. Ask your neighbor or friend vis-
iting you to subscribe. Then we ask
for your ads., if you are in business
and have anything to buy or sell. Our
nriem am rs nasrMt m We wnuM lili


cow"serve mes a
The aprj court Iast week at-
fiaed the eiscmon of the circuit
cout e the seventh judicial circuit
In the eme of Edward ad Buk Clin-
ton, chaupd with and convicted of
the bsnea of the Goodrich house at
Oak Hill many years ago. Edward
Clnton, the old man, will have to
serve two years, and Buck Clinton,
his son, will have to serve ten years
in the state penitentiary.
The history of the cse is very in-
teresting and shows how long one can
fight off conviction and sentence.if
he has money. The Clintons have
been tried four times on this charge
of arson-three times in Orange
county on change of venue and once
in Volusia county. They were convict-
ed in Volusia county and twice con-
victed in Orange county. One of the
trials in Orange county resulted in a
mistrial. Three times has the case
been carried to the supreme court
and twice the verdict of the lower
court has been set aside by the su-
preme court. Unless the pardoning
board steps in and grants them a par-
don they will have to serve out the
sentence.
Edward Clinton is one of the par-
ties charged with murder in the Pack-
wood case of many years ago.
When they were first arrested for
this crime, the Clintons owned con-
siderable property around Oak Hill,
and a large herd of cattle, all of
which has gone to attorneys and
court costs.

Extravagance in Dress
We hear much about modern ex-
travagance on the part of the rich,
in the matter of wearing apparel
especially. One might suppose that
the utmost expenditure of a wealthy
man or woman for a single suit in
the eighteenth century was no more
than $100 at the most and that1
these suits served vear after year.
Nothing of the kind.
In 1720 Mile. de Tournon wa
married in Paris. The wedding w:as
an elegant but not a phenomenal
one as those days went. tier court


gOwn was of white velvet, elaborate-
ly embroidered, and cost 800-
nearly $4,000 of our money. This
gown could be worn but a few times,
ad the chemicals now used for
cleaning and refreshing fine fabrics
had not yet been discovered. She
had several other gowns at prices
varying from 150 to 400, and her
aunt gave her 700 for "fans, bags
and garters."
Mme. de Verrue, who is not by
any means a prominent person in
history, had 500 dozen cambric
handkerchiefs and other things to
correspond, and this cambric, hand
woven, had no cotton intermixture.
And the men were as extravagant
as the women. Such a suit as was
required by the guest at a fashion-
able wedding cost 600, and he
needed three of them. The most
inexpensive kind of black suit cost
25 or 30, half a dozen hats at 1
apiece were none too many, and a
gentleman ordinarily must possess
silk stockings, woolen stockings
and leather stockings and five or six
different kinds of boots, these be-
ing made necessary by the prevail-
ing style of knee breeches. A man
of fashion could get along with six
summer and six winter suits at 100
apiece, which does not include the
gold and silver buttons and the lace.
And besides all this the barber and
wigmaker cost his lordship several
pounds a year. lie might or might
not wear jewels, but diamond rings.
pins, jeweled sword hilts, snuffboxes,
knee buckles and shoe buckles were
not uncommon. And as for lae.
'men as well as women wore any
amount of that.
The fact is that wealth is much
more evenly distributed today than
it ever was before. One would have
to go into semibarbarous countries.
to find anybody living nowadays un-
der the conditions which the peas-
ants of England and France lived
under while all this fine dressing
and dining went on. Abundance of
heat, light and hot and cold water
are the luxuries of today; facile
transportation, increased health and
vigor, increased comfort of daily liv-
ing. We spend our money on these
things instead of silk, velvet and
lace, and it pays better.


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THE BUTLER'S STORY
By a Single Stroke He Wins a
Long Sought Raise of Wages
"It certainly is singular," the but-
ler said, "how it pays to look out
for the little things. "
"1 had been trying for six months
to get a raise from my employer.
but nothing doing. I worked atnd
served faithfully always and with'
discretion and good judgment, if I
do -ny it. but no raise. Then c.ane
along a little bit of an incident that
gpt me the lift of wages I wanted
right aya.
"1 have always Iheen actiustoiied
to pay attell tion to, the little per-
sonal Icculiarilies of my employer's.
gu.ueltsi so that IoI lou t.how at tlie
table or away I'rom it .tltent ion to
their fancier or their real wants.
and this I kuew entitled me to
higher recognition in the way of
pay, for all this, of course, was for
my employer's benefit and good. As
I couldn't tell him all these things.
I lhd to rely on the general charaic-
ter of ImyI service. 'There came an
opportunity at last in which nmy
careful t tentllion to little .hing'
won out for me.
"We had naong our guests ait
dinner one night a gentleman up' n
whom, as I chanced to know. ,'v
employer was particularly desiro'm-
to make a favorable impression, and
from the moment that gentleman
came into the house I had, as you
might say, my eye on him. 1 was
studying him, and well was my
study rewarded, for presently I dis-
covered about him a peculiarity my
knowledge of which I knew at tihe


to be sure, with such dishes as t hey
were to take a portion from, each
with the dish at his left side, so
that the person served could reach
it most conveniently. But when I
came to the gentleman of whom I
have spoken I did not pass around
him to hand the dish at his left
side. No; I simply moved the di-h
from the left side of the gentlemnii:
I had just previously served aecr,-..
the interval to this gentleman's
right side, and I continued to serve
him at his right side throughout the
dinner despite the scowls which my
master repeatedly directed at me
for so doing, and 1 knew what was
coming to me later. When the
guets haid l gone lie said to me:
"'.lanes. how could you have
made suhli a frightful mistake a,
you did all through the evening in
serving Mr. D)ickerton at his right
side ?'
"' Sir,' I said, 'Mr. Dickerton is
left handed.'
"It nevcr did need a beetle and
wedge to get an idea into my mas-
ter's head. andi at that lie said, with
his face aill a-hi'arinig
"'names, von are a great man!'
And he rai-,d m11 waues on the
spot.
'My ,son." the butler concluded.
"never neglect the Iig things; al-
ways wattCh out for them, ibut keevi
an eve always, to), on the little
things. Many a fortune has turned
on a needle's point."-New York
Sun.


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keen its full strength in any
climate. It should be used in
all cases of Indigestion, Con-
stipation, Biliousness, Dyspep-
si;, Sour Stomach, Dropsy,
Liver Complaint, Heart Palpi-
tation. Chills and Fever, and
all derangements of the liver
and kidneys.
LUVt"' :STUR3ANCES NINE YEARS.
Mr. W rt. Kely. of Mayu-
cha, S. C., was afflicted with
liver troubles for many years,
and the following letter tells
how he uses St. Joseph's Liv-
er Regulator and
MAKES HIS OWN TONIC.
"F-,r;ila,,it nine years I l.adl arvt :r-u le
andl ~ains in the head. resulting fr,-in liver
disturbances. I tried various kinlIs of local
treatment but they did not help me any. I
bean usingSt. J'eIph' Li t-r i'eguiat, orand
It helped meat omce. I have tak,... .veral
boxes and :cw use it as a toI:ic(. I i,:t the
contents of one tin box into apint bottle and
then ri:l it up with g, wd whisky. Three
timeea we"k take a g- tlnic aat IwI time and it ea, w .,Mit removes
all my pains. Itasagreat .,renH... T.
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Will Arrive Via Special Train
A tented show of quality and up-to-dateness. Con-
tinuously before the, American public for 18 years
Every feature, act, sensation and exhibit, all new, 1909

Never So Good as Now

200 Performers both human and animal, the recognized champions of
everywhere
200 finest horses and ponies ever exhibited
Great carnival of novelties, luge freak bazar colossal children's zoo
Athletic tournament, Blue Ribbon horse fair,
Society vaudeville adjunct, massive grand military band concert
Magnificent convocation of marvelously trained elephants, ponies.
horses, lions, leopards, camels, hyenas, baboons, bears,
dogs, mules, sheep and birds


$500.00 will be given to the leading charitable institutions of
$500. your city or county if any ticket scalpers, gamblers, or
off color issues are found in or about the establishment of Sun
Brothers' Shows. CAN OTHER SHOWS SAY AS MUCH?
'FTpEE at 12:30 noon, given upon a plaza erected on the show
grounds, a series of sensational, new and altogether orig-
inal free exhibitions-positively worth walking many miles to wit-
ness. Come to the grounds early and secure an advantageous location


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of that Mtm w fully beal-
sawid Aytls h i uattisa m, ot
to aAey glea, mM a, and no
a stop to think that the inno-
aet fast the dos jutaposition
Ia' te i the letters "h" and "n'
stead to each other on the type-
writer of today or a slip on the part
of the typesettr in the composing
room fully accounted for the "er-
ror." A typographical error may Ie
an evil thing. It is sometimes a
very serious thing, but it never fail!
of being, from some point of view
funny to tbb last degree.
The presence of the typewriter in
the newspaper offices of today has
done much to make easier the lives
of the author, the editor and the
compositor, but the typewriter
with all its advantages, has no au
tomatic punctuating device, and the
virtue of the comma is amply illus-
trated by the story of the Scotch
divine, an extract from whose ser
mon as it appeared in a local paper
reads:
"Only last Sabbath, my friends, a
oung Woman died in this parish
very suddenly while I was endeav-
oring to preach the word in a state
of beastly intoxication."
And over a poem printed in ai
weekly appeared the startling conm
meant:
"The following verses were writ-
ten more than fifty years ago by a
gentleman who has for fifteen
years lain in his grave for his own
amusement."
Unusual handwriting, however.
has more to answer for than the
vagaries of the typewriter. "Tlhe
greater the author the greater the.
scrawler" is only too frequently
true, and it is not always fair to
put the blame for this sort of blun-
der on the shoulders of the compos-
itor. Carlyle and Balzac were two
whose copy few printers could read
and none would handle for more
than an hour at a time. Victor
Hugo and Byron were impossibly
bad penmen, and Sydney Smith is
quoted as frankly saying:
"I must decline reading my own
handwriting twenty-four hours aft-
er I have written it."-Washington
Star.
Women Who Are Envied
Those attative women who are lovely in
face, form mad temper are the envy of many.
who might be like them. A weak, sickly wo.
man will be nervous and Irritable. Consti-
pation or kidney poison show in pimples.
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched com-
plexion. For all such, Electric Bitten work
wonders. The regulate stomach, liver and
kidneys purify the blood; give strong nerves.
bright eyes, Iur breratt,smoothvelevty skin,
lovely complexion. Many charming women
owe their health and beauty to them. .0c at
Banner Drug Store.
Children Teething
Mas. WI~nLOW'S SOOTHING SvYRU has
been used for FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE
TEETHING, with PERFECT SI'CI'ESS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the (il MS
ALLAYSall P4IN; CURES WIND COLIC.
and is the b*st remedy for DIARRH(EA.
Sold by druggists in every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "MIs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," sad take no other kind.' Twenty-
five cents a bottle.

St. Joseph's
Liver Regu!ator
shas been on the market lor
tw enty-five years-it is put up
in ia-ge tin boxes-it is guar-
a,.'. .'. to qive satisfaction and to


sid droop. leallv we never rook
like thlit suave when we are going to
be ill. Then our colorin,. All mir-
ror Ihave : pale, green tinge. andl
thii tinge mnke evnc thi purest
ro-e' Ieaf complexion muddy. It
takes the gloss from the hair, the
brilliance from the eve and' the scar-
let from the lips."-Cincinnati En-
quirer.


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TITUSVILLE

TUESDAY Dec. 28


A CLOUDBURST OF ARENIC TRIUMPH
will soon descend on you
shedding its glorious rays

SUN BROTHERS

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BIGGEST FIGHTS IN THIS
COUNTRY AND THE
RECEIPTS.

Nelson-Gans. Goldfield ....... 10.715
Jeffries-Bharkey. Coney Is-
land ........................ 67.000
Jeffrles-Fits. Coney Island... 63000
Jeffrles-Corbett. Frisco ...... 6.310
Corbett-McCoy. New York .. 5,.000
Britt-Nelson. Frisco (1905).... 41.311
Corbett-Sharkey. New York.. 48.000

If the fight pk-tures turn out well
Jeffries and Johnson will split up at
least $235.000. This is a conservative
estimate. The Corbett-Fitzslmmons
pictures earned over $2110.uo This
flght has created greater interest all
over the world. The Corbltt-Fitzsim-
mous pictures. being the first ever tak-
en of a big fight, were poor. Today the
moving picture machines are nearly
perfect. Moreover, there will not be
another world stirring heavyweight
championship for many years. and the
pictures can have a long run. It
wouldn't be surprising if they earned
In the course of time nearly half a
million dollars.
Tex Rickard. who. with Jack Glea-
son. Is to handle the fight, ti one of
the most interesting characters in the
sporting world today. He is tall. lean
and sinewy as a cowboy. dark tanned


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ad W $4w P t of Mev U iago l
tmes Nitghest Evae OrWred.
Mr TOMMY CLAREL
Wheb the two fistie gladiators Jack
lobass and Jim Jeffries cawl
thrLWh the ropes to battle for the title
of the undim-ted heavyweight cbam-
ploship of the world the. men will
ght for t hrest purse ever offered
Sor a pugililtic contest-one of $101,000
sad dt 24 per cent of the moving pic-
tar. The bidding for the battle was
the bleglst and most spirited ever
known In the history of the prize ring,
the sums offered aggreating over $3,-
000m.00 and coming from all parts of
.the world. Many of them came from
ly by night towns unaccompanied by
a bona Ode certified check and were
not worth the paper they were writ-
ten on.
When the time for opening the bida
came only those of six were enter-
tained-Jim Coffroth of Ban Franeislo.
Tom MeCarey of Las Angeles, Eddie
Graney of San lrancisco. Hugh MeIn-
tosh of Australia. Jack Gleason of San
Prancisco and Tex Rickard of Nevada.
whoe bid was accepted.
The holding of a figbt of such vast
Importance isn't simply a matter of of-
bring a big purse. E xxlerienced men
sa needed to run the big show.
men who can be depended on to bring
the battle to a successful termination.
To these men the fabulous bida.
many of them made solely for adver-
tising purposes. read like fairy tales.
While they are forced to admit that
the Jobnson-Jeffries tight Is without a
precedent, they know there never was
a prisefight any place in the world, If
the Burns-Johnson fight In Australia
els be excepted. that drer a $75.000
gate. Records of fights In t hi country
show that the limit was reached when
Nelson and Gans fought at Goldfeld.
The gate was $W.715.
The nearest to this was the 067.000
receipts at Coney Island the night that
Jeffries beat Sharkey. That's the big-
gest bouse that Jeff ever fought to. al-
though be came near it in his bout
with Corbett In Frisco, when $(6.340
was taken in at the gate.
The Corbett-McCoy fight in New
York looked like a record breaker in
point of crowd that night. but when
the iuse was counted up the total
reached only $57.000.
Of course the picture taking privi-
leges of the Jeffries-Johbuso tight must
be taken into consideration. The pic-
turea will be great money makers if
the hght ends satisfactorily, with a
victory for the white mnau. but there
Is a bcance that it will not. This fact
thus makes this end of the fight a
gamble. and gambling propositions
aren't always profitable.
Considerable expense must of neces-
sity be incurred in holding this big
fight


Star Fullback Chosen as Pilot For
Carlisle's 1910 Eleven.
Peter lHoulsc '. lie' fullllatk ol f t 1i'
Carlisle Indian football team. was
elected captain of next year's eleven
by the unn.miiMious vote of his tean-11-
mates after the victory over the St.
Louis university eleven r-eetllly. The
Carlisle players arrived home in good
condition without Coach Warllner. who
will spend a month iuuting In Oklu-
homa. Captainl Houser is a Cheyenne
Indian from O(klahomall and is twenty-
four years old. lie weighs 180. stands
fi-v feet nine Illnhes and has just fin-
ished his second year on the Carlisle
team. Houser made a good Iprelkara-
tory record In tihe west and plays
line and back feld positions with equal
facility.


Middies After Athletic Honors.
The Naval academy may send a team
to jbe Intercollegiate fiell stand track
Meet In New York on May 2S. The
Sdate Is very convenient to tlhe midshidp-
men. as annual examinations are over
and graduation work not leugun. The
I navy contingent is particularly nnx-
I ous to have Carr. who has done 1. 4-5
Seconds in the 100 yard several times.
Srun against the crack college sprinters.
Superintendent Bowyer is a strong ad-
vocate of athletics and may favor the
proposition.



CASTOR IA
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tu b ,i states t
.la SIe Ift e is tall

Nh lb t l U IMSAb Nev.
G- Gla-s. 'h partner. b ae and a
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a Il 0l ot dr ame am %
He has bees ptaotita
l bta tOmtort fotr may years.

SaTrrae to Led Fyl Hw
Ed Barrett. tw busky center of the
Fordham eeve, was recently elected
to the captaincy e th team for 1910
Brswt balls from uffalo. He weighs
1T2 pCam s, and on account of hit sen-
stimoal pla.tin during the past season
be hM been named for the All Amerl-
eu eams by rseeral epeits.

A spraned uakle will mMay damble the
indel p)o ft two er three wmr This
h de to lacek p o pep. tratt. Wien
Chamlerltai's LUimut is applied a catre
my be ffeltebd In tree or four day. This
Hamoit isme of the be and mart remark-
able preparations In m. Sold by all dealer.

DALY TO LEAD YALE.

Halfback. Selected to Pilot Football
Team In 1910.
Frederick Daly. 1911. of CaHlridge.
Mass.. bas been elected caltlu of ilie
Yale football team for iext year. The
ily other ct8idtie ot torhe hotor vwas
John RI. Killiltrick. Yale'x szlr left elll.
KUpaitrlk is a menliter ot the tIrck
team and will be given the a('ptaillll'y
of that team In bhi senlor year.
Daly Is a halflml k and bihas laYiyed
on the Yale team two ryezar ''hlii. vyer


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IM CROWLYT, CBACK AMATRUTR RUNN R,
WHO MAY TUBR PIOFrNIONAL.
(Urged on by the big promoters of ath-
letics in the east to leave the amateur
ranks, It is said that Jim Crowley. the
crac(c distance runner of the Irish Amer-
lean A. C. of New York. will shortly
follow In the footsteps of his former
amateur rivals. Jimmy Lee and Charley
Muller, and turn professlonal.J
tbon celebrities will not have the pie
all to their own eating in the shorter
long distance events. Jimmy Lee. the
former amateur. is as fast as any ,of
them up to fifteen miles. aud most ex-
perts will wager that he can defeat
Shrubb at fifteen miles, consideriug
the Euglisbmau's present condition.
There is an amateur distance king
who Is about to jump into the profes-
sional ranks. For reasons best known
to himself he does not wish his name


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MANY DISTANCE


RACES PLANNED



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REE ALREADY SCHEDULE


Many Other Events to Be Hoeld Within
Next Few Months in East-Dorando
and Other Cracks Expected to Ar-
rive Shortly.
If the plans of the eastern promoters
do not fall through. profesloaril ath-
letkis will be given a big boom with in
the next mouth or no. Some time HagR
It l',oked al i If there would be unotllhil
'doliig for the doall;r clisers. but il e
willd ban slifdi. lllad the skies lire be-
giUngul to smlrile aiacilln.
Not only Ille lhe le eister plrolmoters
laid plans for iliree' hi plrorefs'imomii
raseu to be held i Nllew lol er this win-
ter. but they h.m e *ietttlemped to rlepe In
two promineii miiddle distance run-
ners for the coming prote.ssioiail round-
up.
Al I the profession Mnt-i:itrahon kiiing
-Henri St. VY ive. Alfred Shrulb. Tow
Lou.InIIt. J.ohl.411ny iltyes. lliu.s 11ol-
mer. lrul .1bAkodse ;nd sever;nl others
who hnie lsee44l riliiniim its dtdel'erail
cite thllrohoumatl the eliimtry id Cain--
ada-aire to e'omplete ill th'.-w evelis.
Duornudeo 'ietri is lso expe> tld to ar-;
rive l Irbisl iounitry shortly. lThe 1 niat
who figireld so pIsl-miiiite'ily I the ll .-
don 1lari tontii will briitig oilher tll:liniu
runners with himi. J.lolm Sastmlerg. ihe
great Swedisli rutIner. w ill niso start
for Ameri'n shortly.
Fr'roin |l-estiit iiitllaentnlis It looks a i
If there will tlw few prices a:t tlie full
Marm1hou 4listaimne this winter The
public lit ins l1iis iwaiiketel to (he' faet
that it takes a1umost us much sta.iiiniln
and endurwii4e iand twice its inmuich
speed to runu ive. tell ad tirteen mils
as it tiken to run MNnatrithons. imid coni-
sequently there is not nearly as muheli
Interest in 3larntlimons s there was.
St. Yves. DIoransdo. loingbont. Svan-
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New Orleans to Hold Track and Fielo.
Chicago Basketball and Others.
The n11;iit;l I track and tield .ha int
a ,piesilijis of their A iialellr .lAtliletic Ui-
ion will lie held in Ne"w Orleans iin
I91u. Iproba:illy- ill lthe first %we'ek in (th-
tober. .\l1 rr:ei ,enli t.-i havle t -.len
satisfauclturily ,aillsleltei beflwtwee' l the
cha;ll; )ijsll'hlil a ,' all<- l illtt.t.' ; lll I he soe t 1 h-
erln i.sso itio The lIt stan .Atiletic
asso5 iria. il will i'ci(ndil It lihe (oxiiIg
'chilill)ilohis. probably illn March.
Chicagea is to, have the gymnastic.
wrestling and baIsketball bhtm1pion-
ships. Nothing definite has hten done
as te, tlie sVwillmlinie championships.
and the 'o;,illetitious for the Indoor
titles will I ?e scattered amonnr tlhe


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TECHILDIEWS FAVOSTfE Tinmac
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rug 6e"ueug Peapaug* ONLV m@
SlI4ard-Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.
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ALL Ill'MIE~hT*

Notice


lar to doughnuts that the amateur
will make a clean sweep of the pfate
sloal boards when It comes time for
him to turn.
One of the things that cause close
followers of sport to think there wll
be big dolins among the professional
runners this winter Is that thb big pro-
moters wi!l not have everything to
themselves. as hitherto. Ernie Hen-
ber. the former trainer of the Irish
Amert-an Athletk- club of New York.
who manages John 1vanberg. Charley
Muller. Pat White and others, bas
been engaged as athletic director of
the Fourth regiment of New Jersey
and will stage a series of amateur
and professional running races In the
Vrsey City armory.
INTERNATIONAL ATHLETICS.

Oxford-Cambridge and Yale-Harvard
Moet In 1910 Attracts Interest.
The apparent willingness on the part
of the Oxford and Cambridge presi-
dents. Hull and Bellerby. to take part
in furthering an Oxford-CambrkJIgw
Harvard-Yale athletic meet In 1910U I
likely to help a great deal in tih ac-'
complisbment of the American desire
for such sports.
Of course the decision in such mat-
tets rests generally with the older
heads In the British universities and.
it is said. particularly with C. N. Jack-
son of Oxford.
If be is willing that there should be
a meeting it undoubtedly will come
off. If be doesn't fancy the Idea It is
likely it will take a deal of pressure
to make him change his mind. The
eagerness has been all on the Amerl-
can side apparently of late, and last
spring's fruitless efforts to bring about
a meeting, whether here or on the
other side. probably will be recalled
by persons both at Harvard and Yale.
There have been no international
games since 1904. when Harvard and
Yale went to the other side and won.
1ix events to three. Previous to this
meeting there was one in this country.
in 1P01. in which America won by a i
to 3 score.
A table of international intercollegi-
ate performances. taking in the Ox-
ford-Yale games of 1u4. the Canm-
bridge-Yale gaines of 1895 and the iu-
ternationalil Iletst4 of 11sJ. II.lJ and
1!W)4. has ltele prepared to show tile
results in tile various events.
It shows I advantage for the Brit-
ish in Ithe 440 yard. ~SS yard. one mile
and two tmile runs. in the three 'ast
namdlll eveiits .\nericau has still to
score to win. The quarter mile stands
3 to 2 for the other side. The score in
the hundred yard run is 4 to 1 in fa-
vor of America. and the only time the
300 yard rnce was on the program the
Amiericans won it.
America has the better of ibe hurdle
raees by 5 to 1. including the extra
race onl turf in 18T35. which the Anleri-
c~aln took. as well as tile other one
that year. In lite rnn'inl high jiump it
is 41'. to one-half for Anmeriena. a tie it
18114 being ltritail's ,i st. ()One lirst in
tile lbroa;id jl tip is all thle Iritisll have
atl:iiel. The shot put and the halm
ni'er tIIrow li;I V' bIteeCln clean sweeps for
he .\llle'ric';lllns.

KETCHEL A'JD PAPKE ASAIN.

Fwo Noted Slugalogists to Exchange
Wallops In January.
Billy I' lIe "l'I.e llliin i IThtl miilr'
Ia't .'" ila il 4 ll;' !' |"I'" lli. i ;l||' l "lI If
. nli, ig:;n l!i rri :lii." until li e Is, l *I|
. a;Itn ;La 1 :l i l:; .l:t< :v .:,:.Ir II i s H :Ir,.
Lto cl;.s lh II*' t *' ,I;( '*wr'k ill .I;ll;Im 'r\
hcto1f1" **',I*' of (l' ,'llul^ I S.< n ; 1 r" ;n
-is,' I':l1i;,, r' < l**n' l s 'hl; in w'I | | lt I iI
dl 'we 'i;!i l l llt I' \\ lna'l l\,'l'lc'l sl:l,,i
that lie 'I.in Ia h ,t In:Ikc I.. l.ji alliel-
a i eI ,' s ii.e'' ml-
I ll'h Illin il t,.i, i-s .-, ".I lhl. l i ht
can d(Ictca Kcirlh l lllat I' liw i +s -;in ti


PRED DALT, WHO WILL TLAID TALE RIID-
IRON MKN KEXT SEASON.
he was out of the g unme nearly half the
season on account of an injured shtiul-
der. but got into the P'rilnceton anil
Harvard gaues. The new captain is
regarded as olie of the besatIllfa;laks:
Yale has had uin smll ,e time. allihotlii;~
not H showy player i :lany sense of it1
word. Daly is at gaiod dropl, kicker istl.
lie prepared at Andlover. where lie
was captain of the le'am ill his selitir
year. and on co'aning to Vale made tiet
freshnuan team. lie is twenty-three
years old. weighs 17.5 I alllis mind is
five feet ten inches tall.

HOUSE TO LEAD INDIANS.


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to let i lite later we'i.ih in at lesS poauI.lal
rin s.idle. 'rle coi in;iimeetini will ti,
the filifl Illle' l lweenth llt pair. Th.
first battle re".iilli illn a l4e'isi. I tori
K etc '.ll. Tliie -.t'44i ll I Ipa tle I';illket
K Uio'keil out Ilie 'ichih:hin wmviler in
eleven runilid. The 1hirl mnve li;i re
suIltel in l'like' l'ioig pu I downI l :intl
out iii the first ro n1mld. The fourth
mleetil lhKel-'Ie l r I',e'jv i i at iIl'esti n-
able die'isi io aovetr the latter.

NATIONAL ATHLETIC EVENTS.








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It eartaly look a tho Op6 eoaw
MI NE nf te the ehaetal on
the l tena asl te Bokey leags wUIl
e me the *hardit ftoht t i the
ila l th orgaatin Wih Tal e.
war da P aad Prtncetoa ready emtr
the ammln al qMai a strnt a far
s vIatra mirtll gosa with strong
taOa eswcted at Dartoih ad Cor.
all and wmt OOCuaemJqiam b ht.
br psaotea tho da te haed for iv
aml year- arl, tlti f air to he

Moast of te hockey taqads t twh
la6ue have eommeued practic-e of
Sow sat latoded to put the stlck
wields atI ud phyldcal condition
beore the real work oa the les Is in-
augurated.
At tih Cambridge Inattution they're
planlagl fo r ant cbalunpln-hlp

The varsity squad bha been at work
fgr the lat two werks In the locker
building at Cambridge. It is the de-
asrve pbase of the situation that is
living Captain & T. Hicks the nuat
cocera. Harvard finds herself fac-
ing a veteran forward Uln Intact and
the hard propomatio to develop there
defeae men to succeed last year's trio.
However, It is thought that Hunting-
ton. Hoooton. Doocan and De Windt
of lat year's freshman team and Fos-
tar of the second seven will abow mif-
fienst class to fl the vacaniees matis-
factorily.
Aaeocation football Is being played
three times a week to develop the stay-
lag powers and wind of the Caudl-
date6
The supporters of ale'sa seven are
vea optimistic relative to the chances
of their team topping the field after
the last face-off ba been made. While
the positions of gl, point and one for-
ward have to be filled the material at
hand is regarded as so proeulsing that
little difficulty is antkllpated by the
Eli In molding a well ighb perfect kce
hockey machine.
Prlicetou hn t bad the opposite ex-
perience. having au Intact defense at
the expense of coming three out of four
forwards: bence the foundation for
thbls eason's team will rent on Angell.
left wing, and the defense. Read cov-
erpoint, Rallin Ixllnt anid Peacock gamil.
C lolumbia habe one of the largest
squads that ever reported to a nall for
a varsity hockey team. Captain Mur-
phy has five veterans In the list and
expects to muster twenty-five aspilr-
anta by the time the men go on the
Ice.
Last year the Intercolleglhte ch;nm-
plshilp was won by Harvard. who


. T. ICxS, CAPTAIN OF HARVARD HOCKEY
TIAM.
defeated Dartmouth in the deciding
game by the close score of I to U.
Yale played an extra period tie game
with Princeton. the score ending 5 to
5. but was defeated by the Crimson
5 to O.
The Queen's hockey team of Cana-
da is planning an extensive campaigtl
on the ice for the coming season. Dob-
by Dobson. captain of last year's Al-
lan trophy seven at Queen's. has re-
turned to the university. The clever
hnrkovist is very optimlatic over the


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MISI MAROERT COLTON.
Colonel Colton. 's eminently qualified
for this position ant d hais had a notably
successful career it the service of the
governlmenP. .As% collector of customll
of Santo Domllltno for several years he
did much satisf;,-tir. work and was
sent to the Philipplies for situilmi
work on the relllllmenlld:ation of lPres
Ident TTaft. whoA was then ac';tiin Ias
secretary I,'e- ;ave i.Ineral supervi-
silolla to the i tis l ':i irs ( f the isl.nlds
and drafted the Philippine tlriff lill.
whih was lispssed Iy t he sellate and
a|prove*d l.y Ihe, |re.idtlei oil the same
day as it e Payne l. ill. lie is liso re-
splonslihle' for the s. stein of govern-
lleli illt sie-t- i .i :idal gl:r;1 irane'ing iof
Filipino ci;Irs.

Thea greatetct lianger from inlinen/-ai i. of its
resulting in iiuenlmoia. Thii can Iw obviat-
ed by using Cbhamnwriain's( tough Renedy, as
it not only cures influenza, but counteracts
any tendency of the disease towards pIneu-
mouia. Sold ly all dealers.

INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH

Great Britain and United States to
Have Indoor Contest.
A challenge extended lby the Society
of Miniature IRitle Clls of (;realt Brit-
aai to shoot a mnatrch ,on indoor gallery
ranges in March or April. l!.10. has
been accepted by the National Rile
Association of America. Th!s interna-


eat ques hass m belve eads
Earvard. Tale *Mm
S12t pltai mmtuo t ab e.a



tO f sco the b.p sete. stloe


lm M t. km he elerteId captain of
as wa i mbh to otseoea at

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as l aI has playd on theo



weeb fI xma year.

*A rlllbg 3 moeu
Wed .anpidwordty teftball tnam





re dBdR LU el OChe y, Wash. t
te "A haid eld," e writes,
o a dumt lung trouble that
k eX tdocaror her. TbM I ma
UaI W**v-ht s h. ecialsl t ip
I h ddu help, The I mwetto
Iulwtlht beMlt. At hlamuIn-
i. ew Diwoery, whioh oom-
a wrad mw I am a well a ever."
SIer- a t. coughs ad mWcolds.
aaM Me a L. tri bottle free.
Oaoa dby Baner Dras Stoe.

PORTO RICO'S FIRST LADY.

ho Is Ma ry Coltem Sister of the
Island' New Governor.
When Colonel George R. Colton was
e"oeted recently for the poet of gov-
eror of Porto Rico be was naturally
much pleased with the appointment.
but not half as delighted over the mat-
ter a another member of the Colton
family. This was
Mina Margery Col-
ton, his sister. and "
she I the envied of
all the younger set
at Washington. Col-
onel Colton having
no wife, he la tak-
ing Miss Margery
to Porto Rico. where
she will be the "ferst
lady of the land."
an honor enjoyed In
this country by Mrs. Copyright by
Taft. Misa Colton Clinedinst.
has long been a COLONEL GEORGE
great favorite in so- R. COITON.
cial circles at the national capital, and.
being extremely handsome and viva-
cious. she has created quite a sensa-
tion in our West Indian possession.
The new governor of the island.


AMEUOCAJ CONsULATr AT MANAGUA.
There, according to the story of the
revolutionists. they were tortured and
then shot within twenty-four hours of
their capture. The consul at Managua
appealed to President Zelaya. He was
promptly told that the sentence was
final.
As soon as this news was received
here the government took prompt ac-
tion. The V\'ikslur. was ordered to
proceed 11 i:.-', t, (',lrinto. and within
aln hIour after the setildinrt of tile Vic' s-
burg the crtiser )es .,Moines was or-
dered to the sc-'nle. lShortly afterward
Seretar y Knli:x severed tli|lomiatlc re-
Iltions witlh I :1 r:Ign;i.
Zel.-ya. "tl menace to 'enltral
America." has never lteeIn friendly to
this country :ti;J. it is said. has frank-
ly dmlitte.l thit he despised Ameri-
cans. For fourteen years lie has ruled.
putting down revolutions, carrying
things with :i higih hand and dire-
garding the rights of other countries.


Advice to the Aged.
Ae ba aflsrltls ch as sil
Cir > a ^TO PIUVEfR.




Tutt'sPills
have acc:1 efe tbeaeorgans,
amOt he bowels, causidn them
to pereim their natural factions as
in youth an
IMPARTING VIGOR
to the kidneys, ladder ad LIVER.
They are adapted to oMld ad young.

NOTICE: F S HERI OFF'S sALE
Nti<. i- hIe.- *v 'i\v : th:ti unidcr andl hy
virtue oif aie **\-.ii in.i Iiin attat+Inieit issue1l
out ,flthelin- ici i ii .uirt in :nld laor St. I.L cie
cto:nty. Fl,-rilda. inl a ce taiilla cau~i- liiding
in saidil curt whin win thel Nati,,ail RBank of
Ne'w lers'ey. ai 'a- I ,ratini. i- ljiilntitt. and
W illis W Ru.-s..l :it.l I;. i;. lG It--,ll ale
left'llltll?. I hav. it'rv fl, l l-"1. ;||i| will., ,11
the 3rd dlay ,'f .:IuI;t.';r. A. 1914. the. sanme
Iwinxg the tir-t IMoiflay >t' .lJaimar.y. I!ll. dur-
inig the It-g al h11iu t 1 ii tal. etl'olt. tle i court
house dvor at Tii-ville. Ircevard c4lunty.
Florida. M'-1 fair ra'li top tile- Inl ,,liv.t alol Iit..t
biddtr the fo lliwiiug al .-iilb-,l I:.nlo ittarhed
and lying andl Iwitli in Bra var i outaty. Flor-
ida. towit: All ,of ti olt'e-.iglhtth unldivided
interest of ithe hlifiLndLnt( \Willi- W. Rus-ell in
fnd to the lands he'rinaftr-r ,le-,rtad. and
all the one-half intilivid d inte-r-.t of the dlr-

aendant (it e;,ri- 4;. Rtwiielt i and to the land
hereiiafter tid'lcriied to wit: All of townshipt


n -fcW et ) the mish pef
JMit l~ be ah s a. Ohr
mi ialy s-aes at twety-l4ve
yards ea the British target hbarla a
oem Iech bul8yr. Any rile will be al
lowasd. landing thaneaounted with a
eleop. The caliber at te rile is
Mot to be mre tha trwety-three e-
hmadrathe of am loeb In diameter.

Doa't Be wZelaem
About yealf whao y'r crippled with
rhemMtm or wIt j t--f oma you've
tried left of th8 ad dther hOed. Try
Blla's Snow =ha -.t-it wil drive away
alln aes, paas said istm and leave yo
Swell a you ever were. Sold by all drug-


NICARAGUA'S REVOLT.

How the Present Trouble tarted and
Uncle Sam's Prmpt Action.
The present revolution in Nicaragua.
in which two Americans were execut-
ed and which bas culminated in Uncle
Sam stepping in to punsbh President
Zelya. begad early last month. When
the revolt broke out in Bluetields it
was thought that It would be speedily
crushed, as many others bad been. ln-
stead it gained in strength until the
insurgents established an effective
blockade of Greytown. Zelaya was
beaten again and again, and it was
thought some time ago that it would
be only a question of time when be
would have to lee the country.
The revolutionary army won victory
after victory. Zelaya's troops carried
on the war without regard to the ex-
slting Central American treaty. It
was reported recently that his army
had invaded Costa Rican territory by
crossing the San Juan river.
The two Americans who were cap-
tured. Leroy Cannon and Leonard
Groce. were oicers in the insurgent
army. They were taken to El Castillo.
an old fort on the Colorado river.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


No. 8) No. N L No 7s i o. (8
DAILY DAILY AIN LINE DAILY DAILY
4 W pial 40 am Lv Jacksonville >r 7 30 pm n aam
> 25 pm 10 amr Lv .tL.Augustlne Ar 6 O ( pm 7 i am
6 27 pmll 6 am Lv East Palatka Lv 5 i pm 6 0 am
h01 pm 1 32' pm Lv... Ormondl....Lv ;1 26 pmr, I hn am
h 14 pm 1 4 pm .v ... Daytona .. Lv :1 Is pm 4 i am
S5 pm 2 30 pm Lv New myrna Lv 2 to pm i3 40 am
10 00 pm 336 pm jLv .Titusville... Lv 1 .L5 pm, 22'7 am
10 43 pm 419 pm Lv ..... Cocoa v 12 4 m 1 am
10 47 pm 4 A pm Iv Rockledgle. IN 12 42 pm I 44 am
11 20 pm 457 pm L.v ..Ekiu iallie I.v 2 10 Jl m I 12 am
tII 0 pi 5 07 pm Lv.. Melbourne Lv 12 r2 pm 103am
I 28 am 7 05 pm'Lv F. Plere ..v 10 2am 11 20 pm
3 48 m 9 17 pm Lv W. Palm Beach .v N 04 am 40 pm
6 30 am 11 30 pm Ar Miami .\ L :50 am 6 o0 pm
7 00 am ......... Iv Miami . r ......... 5 : pm
S 0 am .. .... .v. Hlome-tea .... 4 10 pm i
10 44 am ..... Lv on Key Iv ........... 1 4 am
II 30 am Ar Knht Key Lv ......... I u am
*6 0 im .. Ar Key West 1v .. 7 am-
: 30 am......... Ar Havana. I.\ 3 00 pm i


Corrected to Sept. 1, 1909


Pullman Huffet Parlor ca
operated on trains 29 and IX be
tween JactsonvIlle and Miami

I'lllman Huffer -leper be
tweem New York and Knights
Key over the Atlantic Coast Line
north of Jacksonvillr ;- h indle l
on trains 85 and 82


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rltisa F nii y ram ills are the Im-it
days in Cocoa last week. Il:,i l Pill are le lt. DUREN, AGENT
Mrs. Dr. Little and daughter left Notice Flora
Monday for their home in Manor, Ga. Notice is hereby given that on the 7th r
Mr. Wolf and family arrived Tues- day of January, 1910, I will apply to the
day after awhile spent in Gainevill county judge of Brevard county for western
day after a while spent in ainesville. leave to sell at private sale the house
Mr. and Mrs. Roesch are expected and land of the late J. W. Carlile, situ-
this weekfrom Potosi, Wis., tospen in section 5, township 2 south, eat
this week from Potoi, Is., tosend range 35 east, containing 7 1-2 acres
the winter, more or less. M. V. CARLILE,
Miss Celia Mathers left Monday Administratrix. 0f all Kinds,
for Orlando, where she will spend .OT : I ,
the holidays with relatives. .i,,,,,, .,,.,,kITUVILLE, FLOIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Harshaw, of New 4'" 1iY*.. ;, ". i't, n' .,,, H EN Y RIVERS
It. I \il. ,s. ,,Imty.jAl., ,f .HENlR ,.RVE.
York, have rented Mrs. Harry Hodg- t.. VIlIrlIa. fir l..v s,. ,, % ,1 1 ,, It, ., E S.
I e6 r l it mi lna l of' IWO a.i( Io ha eci. t lt I 1-. I h I I-
son's cottage for the winter. ril I ol e h. trth, y:tr* lTonsorial Parlors
R .S. Snell left Monday for Jack- .1 :li:,m ivert5 cbiawi u i Iin k. ie ert el ri r. i :,.ili It r.-. ,
sonville. Mr, McKenzie is again on -.,thul lis r cof 11 1. th,- u .. .a-t ,hllrain, frmllH e lrtna ilwa.v. tatI ,
te f e at t e F. E. C. office. B1aai*a river. thence north along laRasna rv.
the force at the F. E. C. office. er to i Nint 3 chains due north of last de- TiTricfrI r 8 ci i n^
er t- a at 3iCut~ius clae liorth o~f Ilast deC- -r,-rtlau, e: = ~a


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Is THE time to make a srt' toward a. -l-m-ag om-
thing for the future. The times wwere avw m
fmobe ad no income inso eMl thL dom Gt o I
caot be ta-ide for future iarnvet t. tw ww
.rtNOW whle you ae prospedag. Th trn my
come when a little reedy mosey together witk yw
"bak credit may be worth nmay timer tle amot of
your sytemtic ftccuault
Your coant will receive careful attention t the
IN ILNV ALNIEC:V

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tb i WZ. Chuadim'weusu _c ___
IT aY Hor aim Ayr's Hair Vg w ie -
ptre5d forWnual, cerat ly f
epll of roddfor Celery
tsad Mr. C.I R. Copeank l.Ieed
SQ.L t I oE the r. Indeed, N.rorin o St. Augustine hfor C nr
n, ir vrn i .'. 'blwe believe It will always do this E N. oles ofSt. Aultine bM
G 2eer C OW and Mr. Copelnd' ae there is some dtrul hb- been experimenting with sub-irriga-
her, we* up after a d e space of the general health. tion in the production of celery and
Lk. tay WersW not roct55l. The, a constitutional medicine. lettuce and has met with much uc-
M ;r.W.C. Psts return from may be neesary. Consult ema. The crop of lettuce is being
Ttutrsie Saturda where be had your physiesa about this. shipped and celery will be produced
been to meet a party of friends from DM 11Dse drw s r .f dr. later. Mr. Holmes' efforts are large-
mi-ehmiantt, who will spend the wa wa .m& an. ly for the purpose of showing grow-
A ar fi with these two crops.
Al Wreemb Are, driven by thW Askm a out It,.
'.Ir east wind, burned around Mr. md.,ah..oa Oou14 Not Be Utter
Penoaa's place, killing several The reaso why Ayer's Hair V;'or srt .
~MIIdiI r es Hi er"hllinlnhair Isbecause it first idie.ro s t, r No one wb ever made a live. ointment, lo-
onWeand lemon trees. His barn gms which i cause his trot ble!. tioss r balm to compare with Bucklen's Ar-
-i~' j~rImsUi n. hi.aet hi1r. i. s*4ive. Its the one perfect healerofeuts.
ad out buildings were saved by E. this is done, nature soon brings :i. corns. bnrns brenise, ores, seids1 hoils. ul-
J. Praetorious, whose timely arrival full recovery, restoring the hair c. ce eem ema. ralt rheuni. For sore eys, cold
scalp to a perfectly healthy condition. son,. chapped hands its supreme. Infallible
prevented What would have other- --xadlttaj.0.A zLwn.M for piles. Only 25c at Banner Drag tore.
wie been qoite a serious loss to Mr. -N--tic
Peterson. George Quarterman's SCHOOL BOARD IEETING Noce
place wasprothcted by back-firing All persons having claims against
and the rain Sunday forenoon probab- The board of public instruction the estate of Wm. S. Norwood, late
ly prevented serious damage to other met at 2:30 o'clock p. m., Dec. 6th, of Brevard county, Florida, deceas-
1909, present E. B. Arnold, chair- ed, are requested to present their
places along the river. It would man; Geo. S. Singleton, A. J. Carter claims to the undersigned within the
seem as though hunters and outside and John R. Walker -secretary and time prescribed by law, and all per-
parties would have a little respect superintendent. The minutes of the sons owing said estate are hereby re-
fopropertyon this side, andnotset last regular meeting were read and quired to make immediate payment
adopted. The treasurer presented to me.
fire indiscriminately regardless of his report for month of November, SADIE S. NORWOOD,
wind or weather. Some time some of 1909, of the moneys received and Executor under the last Will and
these people will find themselves warrants paid during said month, Testament of Wm. S. Norwood, de-
awaiting the action of the circuit the same was examined and found ceased.
correct and redeemed warrants duly This Nov. 26th 1909.
court* cancelled and filed. The tax collee- -
Many p rens find themselvesaffeted witll tor presented his report of poll taxes DOING THEIR DUTY
a pesistent cugh afteran attack ofliuluenza. received during the month of Nov- UvIn U 1 U
A thiscouglh an he promptly cured by th, ember, 1909, showing $1.00 for 1908
ae oft'haberlain'.- ough Rtu>ldy, it sb..ull er, 1909 sown ll R$a1.0 Ifo 19m
ot be allowed to run on until it becomes and $51.00 for 1909. Scos of Titusvllle Readers Are Lear-
tUmbleKmue. gold by all dealem.
me. o al FINANCIAL STATEMENT log the Duty 1f the Kidneys
SWrnratt outstameding last report To filter the blood is the kidney's
Mr. Heinish returned to his north- "'intv% h.iltuns I---------- -t .N" duty,
Warrants issued this meriting
ern home last Monday, after a pleas- ('ouuty s h,.olt furl 2 2ru When they fail to do this the kid-
ent two weeks of hunting and fishing. - ney's are sick.
ent two weeks of hunting andfishing. Backache and many kidney ills fol-
Mr. Cresson and Mr. Hewitt, of %Varrants aid in Nov. t190. 'ol", low;
City Point, were in town Wednesday ty school fundU-----rinary trouble, diabetes.
forenoon, the guests of F. W. Mun- :Virrants now outstanding a;t this Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
dte-------- ----. .-- 14.12 581 Titusville people endorse our claim.
ron.Te mnash on hand ....... 722 L. W. Haile, Washington Ave.,
Mr. Tuttle is one of the fortunate Titusville, Fla., says: "I can highly
ones this winter. His niece, Miss 'nDefit in 'nds ".. I s118.-0 recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a
Love, of Savannah, Ga., is here for It wasordered that from and after good kidney remedy. I suffered from
the winter and kee house for this date all children of other states rheumatism in my shoulders and a
the winter and is keeping house for shall reside in the town of school dis- lameness and soreness in my back for
him. trict two weeks before entering any some time. The kidney secretions
Mr. and Mrs. Handy arrived last school in this county. This order is were also irregular in passage and
week and are at home in their plas- made to protect our children from when allowed to stand, contained a
contagious diseases which from time dark sediment. After using this
ant cottage on the river. Mr. Handy to time come into our schools from remedy in accordance with the di-
expects to be here all winter this outside, reactions, the kidney secretions be-
year. Mr. R. A. Conkling was appointed came regular in passage and the
Mr. Jaqui is here and is getting supervisor of school No. 30 at Till- rheumatic pains in my shoulders and
Mr. Jacqui is here and is getting man. arms disappeared. I have not suffer-
the John Bruner place, which he pur- The recent action of the superinten- ed from backache since using Dean's
chased last spring, into order. He ex- dent as regards certain schools of the Kidney Pills."
pects his wife after Christmas, and county was endorsed and sustained. For sale hy all dealers. Price 50
is.tying to get the home ready for Petition of patrons of colored cents. Foster-Milburn ('o., Buffalo.
in ready foschool No. 109, at Merritt, asking for New York, sole agents for the United
occupation. one month's extension of school term States.
Trouble Makers Ousted was argued and refused, petition re- Remember the name Doan's
ejected. and take no other.
Whe, a sufflrer froam autoaci trouble ta.kc Board adjourned to meet the first
Dr. KII.'K New Life Pills hlie's mighty glad aa r ter T
t. me, hsl dyo~ ls fly. hlut isore-he 'tickled Monday in January, 1910, at 2.30 p. A STEWART
over his new. flue appetite. straunt ierv.a. m. ^.
healthy vigor, all hecaurf touiHch, liver and ---- ---
b ur"net now work right. 25. at Ht*uuera -o
to lturrtt h e aeat c re-na
The readers of this paper will tw pleaded F
.. AT. IU GATTTr to lh.rn that there i st l.ast one dr.nalful 1 II T 1
S SA U Aise-se that Mtien.-e hUas beenu hl to 'ulte in
Mr. Nickles wasin town last week. allrrh it i( ts that isy Ctrr.itiv cure ka
Mr. Suggs left Tuesday for New to the mlediel fraternity Catarrh Iwintg a -**
co teo e ,itutiouaHl dims, require a ,coiatietlu
Smyrna. tionai treatmeiit. Htll'. ('atarrli (i'nr is TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
taken internally. acting direc.tly upon, th
Mr. T. J. Shave spent this week in bhlod and tmicous surfauceb olf t:c system.
Jacksonville. there,.by destroying the fouilation of thw di- c I represent some of the leading
D W Hsse. and giving the lptient strn'gtli i n companies of the world and any
Dr. G. W. Holmes was a caller in h"'ili",g "p the onstiuion and asi'sting business entrusted to me will re-
I|intiirr. ill dohiil; ir. work Thi, I,r,,lrictorw
town last week. .:riv.e in much faith iin it creative Ipowerh. ceive prompt andcareful attention
that they offe, ()One Hundred Iellars fo r any -
Mr. West spent a couple of days :,., that it .tils to c.ire.. .'i l. r li.i t .Uf .N -
in Jacksonville last week. i,,,,ial. la .1. e T E, at 0st 0eaMt
Mise Rachel Tucker spent a few ll b.h.v. Dlnggistsy 75,-.. L


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