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to A SU IT OR AN OVERtCOAT Dr. Mler.Deatist Titanvle.
SOne from the superb line of the Cut Gla, Silverware. Gardner'p.
i lothb Be0autifuPl' made by Schlors Mr. Wair Windham came up from
wha tn mne. Bros. & Co., Baltimore and New Indianola Wednesday to spend the
ad Smow epeat Yok. holidays with his parents.
Scriser by the WINSTON S. BRANNING M. H. ZQber and Henry T. Titus,
STltusvilie, Florida. both former residents of Titusville,
SQ. C. Yates and are both aspirants for mayor of Day-
for Plant Ford Touring Cars Arrive tons.
Sms holidays, T The carload of Ford automobiles, Try a loaf of bread at the Home
Mentioned in THl STrA lat wee Bakery and you will never want any
e eolata, week other kina. Orders taken for pies
per N a. --. n o rived Frday afternoon and were and cakes. C. CoLLs, Prop.
I 0dHy4lr's, lb. e., 1 lb. unloaded Saturday morning. E.B.
FT I a, P.' $1.000 Wager, the local distributor for the heran Singletn, of Gaie
=11M o,-r-=I .toived here Tuesday with the racing
SStor. Ford, had a busy time getting them motor boat Kitty Spart, which he
-Mr. W. L 8fke i eft Sunda out and making delivery to the own- will carry to Lake Worth for the
SOM T fl rbaq a., whbereb he wil era, but the autos were a pretty sight winter. This crack little flyer did
S uiq dteh-tooeai a they all proceededto run about ome good running at the Palm
R b u inom lwsuec-ton with the prop- n a Beach races last spring.
rty hi lte dsua-edl brother. town, a they were all in readiness to p
a ~~.o^ of Go i run as soon as supplied with water Miss Helen Wilson returned home
apart e0f t t a gaoline. Sunday afternoon the Tuesday afternoon from Jacksonville
unaccompanied by her sister, Mrs. W.
pr t~ 1taUking out his new Fords were very much in evi- C. Thomas, with whom Miss Helen
W gp2In drcultcourt dence no matter which way you went. has been staying since the carnival
toer ii a eit so This makes eight automobiles for last month. Mrs. Thomas is to spend
Titusville all brought there within the the holidays with her parents, Dr.
we*Lptist htki their Glthr tua past year and a half. The editor of and Mrs. B. R. Wilson.
Ssi^t ainfd it wasa radet TiH STAR brought the first bicycle Mr. Drew E. Smith, a nephew of
eitati ms by ti yo folk wre al to Titusville, he sold the first motor Mr. A. A. Bethea, of this place, who
d lot of pr yele here direct from the factory is in charge of all the dredge boats at
Sa lotofpre- cycle here direct from the factory; Panama, C. Z., is expected to arrive
S w dhtbud from a prettily he brought the first automobile into here this week on a short visit to his
1leande tree by Sat who here this week on a short vst to his
Mr J. Mobb. Tshe Motho. Titusville and he has just received relative. Mr. Smith has been grant-
SdiMtewUl tmake tl this Plriday the first carload shipment of autos ed a vacation of 63days and sailedon
Sibft, d mo elertof at the La made to the East Coastsouth of Jack- the 14th from Panama for New York,
Sarehtasplae tonight. ooville. then visits his brother at Worth, Ga.,
and stops off here at Titusville on
S. RotWiththeb perioe of years we his way to Tampa.
K!' - B~at I^oJ are firm in the conviction that we
S Te mt8rIa Sitam eat L b hav, the greatest value for the Acddent to the Big Dynamo
between St. Augustine and Palm money in the Ford that has ever An accident to the armature on
S Beach will commence running two been offered, and we have not hesit- the big dynamo at the electric light
reaers January 2nd, The Republic ated to bhow our earnestness in the plant Monday night has been a great
Iutain, between St. Augustine and matter by carryingstock cars for im- disappointment to the merchants for
Daytona, and the Constitution be- mediate delivery, something that no Christmas week as it has cut off the
tweenDaytona and Palm Beach. Com- town of this size in the state of Flor- lights for a week or ten days at least.
6 ~n ing Janary 4th The Constitu- ida can boast of. Kerosene oil lamps, gas lamps and
tion will rrmie in Titusville every The Indian River Music House has even the time honored candle have
Wednmday southbound and Sunday a Ford touring car fully equipped in been bought to the relief of the sit-
fnorthbound, stock for sale, also a runabout, uation in both stores and dwellings,
STmy Dolls, Orane wood novel- Prices quoted to parties who wish to while fortunately for the streetcir-
teRusall aiea. rder'. purchase. cuit we have bright moonlight nights.
t m Watch the Fords go by.
SOn the Viv for the ircu Wath the Fordsgo by. Mrs. Rathbun Entertains Club
SEverybody seems to be on the qui CBSTAS DJNE ]fR HOTEL DIXIE The ladies of the Progressive Cul-
ie awaiting for next Teda on ture club were very pleasantly en-
whireater Sothe Sun Brothwrs' Rda C avia tertained by Mrs. S. B. Rathbun at
Grater, Progressve Shows will ap- Bockawa OClryi on the Half Shell her osy river front home Tuesday
pear at Ttusville. Itisad to beone Slw Almon t her cosy river front home Tuesday
of the cleanest and best tented shows afternoon. Notwithstanding the un-
new traveling The nerper Oiv s C A SJo akl favorable state of the weather there
everywhecre it has p-uc d Be-'gv RmeAm CdaIy Aized nckla
Ssa., speak well of it. The Sow ta B d Sea Ba Potato rmng were quite a good many in attend-
veeb special service in its own Sliced Toasoa Cucmber ance.
special train of railway cars. Fruit Tartlts la ia Die In a unique contest of spelling giv-
.Swe Bread Croquette French Peas en words backwards, Mrs. T. B. Wil-
C.aier -Prr Russet Cider son proved her aptness and was
S. Mr,.J. Cameron, the jeweler, of Roat Rhod Island Turkey, awarded first prize; Mrs. A. B. Smith
Tifltll and Miss Lola Parrish of Olstr DaitesM
ke Btler, one of our popular aarry auce also captured a prize. Miss Eliza-
Sshool teachers, were maed on Prin Ribs of New York Beef beth Armstrong and Miss Grace
- Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at the N*sual Goa* Rathbun favored the assembly with
Baptist prsonage by Rev. Wm. d NePotato Cadd Yams some excellent piano music, which
Sone. Stewed Tomatoe Mashed Potatoes was much appreciated.
We extend best wishes to the new Sugar Corn Green Ps Delicious refreshments were srv-
* married couple. Asparagus on Toast
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron will make Florida Red Head Duck. Currant Jelly ed after which the guests departed
their home over thenew jewelry store aldorf Salad with many expressions of pleasure
as soon as it is completed. Cutmas Plum Pudding and appreciation to the kind hostess
Ne or iwne for a very delightful afternoon.
hurc No M Pe Pumpkin Pmp Pk The next meeting of the club will
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on TtFrutti Ice cram be held in the club rooms the first
SSunday next at Titusville at 11 a.m. Macaroons Mied Cakes M din Jur
and at Oak Hill at 8 p. m. Orange Bananas Apples Graps Monday in January.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St. English Walnuts Pecans Filberts Furniture, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Gabriel's church, Titusville on Christ- American Cheese Saltinaa Gardner's.
mas Day at 1080 a. m. A special Cafe Noir
program of Christma music. Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
DOm Robottom will offilate in Men's trousers, made of a good
St. Mark's church, Coco aon nday W ted quality of hard -finished worsted,
morning December 26th at 11 o'clock, o ark patterns, worth $3.50, special
and in St.Gabriel's church, Titusville Two good orange packers, start $2.49.
on Sunday afternoon at 8:80 o'clock. work Jan. 10th. L. W. Drawdy. Also another lot worth $2.50, spec-
SOwing to the breakdown of the Nevins Orange Grove, ial $1.9
local ectri litin plant the Merritt, Florida. Men's woolen undershirts, light
S: services in St. Gabriel's church one a G weight and heavy weight, special
Sunday, Deember 26th, will be at Orange and Grapefrit Trees $1. per garment.
:80 p. m. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I Men's four-in-hand ties, 50 cents
Hickory hammock. Free from white quality special 25 cents each.
The Noedty Store fly. One year to two year old buds. W. L. Douglas shoes in box calf,
Is one of the best places in town to Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- velour calf and patent leather, cus-
, buy your holiday resents. One door' lv necked and delivered at Oak Hill tom made, worth $3.00, special $2.5.
ugaim.s Eery Depstm
MONDAT, Dmc. 2Th, 1900.
Popln in n l the latest hades. in-
cluding white and light blue, very
stylish for e-piee dremes or suits.
special 2 cents per yard.
Chiffon broadloth, 54 inches wide,
worth $2.00 a yard, Monday only,
White bed spreads extra large
size, Marseillaise patterns, special
Ladies' ready made night gowns,
made of a nice quality of nainsook,
trimmed with valenciennes lace or
embroidery, special 69 cents, Mon-
R. & G. corsets, made in the latest
styles, special 9 cents each.
Men's hole-proof socks, guaranteed
to wear forsix months without darn-
ing, colors navy blue, tan and black,
six pairs for $1.19.
Mises and children's fine ribbed
hose, sizes 5j to 9j, worth 25 cents,
Monday's special 15 cents.
Ladies' long coat sweaters, extra
heavy quality, double breasted, with
two pockets, worth $7.50, special
Special prices in ladies' and child-
Embroideries and laces at less than
T Ihm ua Tman
Find it at Gardner's.
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghtoo, of
Daytona, expect to spd hit
and the following day or so amow
their many Titusville friends.
Rufus M. Robbins and Ryals Wag-
er arrived home Wednesday from
the University of Florida to spend
their ten days' holiday vacation.
Miss Susie L. Teeter left yesterday
for her home in Hawthorn, Fla., to
spend the holidays. Min Franm
Arnold and Miss Ada Comstok left
yesterday afternoon for their homes
in Malabar. School closed for the
fall term yesterday noon.
The cruiser Usona, from South
Bend, Ind., touched at this place
Tuesday on her way down the river
with a party of seven Indianaites on
board. The Usona is about 40x12
and makes fairly good time with two
douple cylinder motors of 10 h. p.
each. She was brought to Florida on
a flat car.
Com. F. D. Hughes, of New York,
an enthusiast in yachting and auto-
mobiling, who has spent many winter
seasons on the east coast of Florida,
died at his sinstr'a hnme in UMitliwA
W. E. Faber Killed by Gas Engine last Friday, where hwas taken with
A sad accident occurred at West paralysis. The past three seasons
Palm Beach Saturday night which re- Com.and Mrs. Hughes spent at Sea
suited in the death of W.E.Faber, age Breeze.
33 years. While stopping the engine Christmas Ball at Hotel Dixie
in the refrigerating plant of Faber The Dixie Comedy Co., which gave
Bros. grocery store and meat market, two entertainments at this place last
his body was caught a the fly wheel week, gotstranded here by the sad-
and belting attached to the engine den and unexpted departure of their
and he was hurled against the engine manager, and are awaiting further
fracturing skull, breaking several developments. Several of the mem-
ribs and puncturing his lungs. bers of the company, who are music-
Mrs. Faber, his brother Albert and ians, have agreed to stay over until
his wife were awaiting his return to Sunday and furnish the music at the
the front of the store from the re- grand Christmas ball to be given by
frigerating plant in the rear, to go Manager Green in the Hotel Dixie
home together, when Albert Faber dining room tomorrow night.
heard a thud which attracted him to
the engine room. Hurrying back he Dr. Thornton Severely Burnt
found his brother in an unconscious T nto
condition. The injured man never re- A few days ago Dr Thornton, who
gained consciousness, spends the winters at his grove in
The deceased was the son of Mr. LaGrange, was severely burnt by
and Mrs. Albert Faber. of Shares, falling onto a hotstove, His condit-
and was born and raised on Indian ion being serious for a person of ad-
river, hence was well known to most
of the residents of this section, and vanced years, his grandson, Mr. Dor-
leaves a widow, formerly Miss Tula sey, arrived the first of this week
Prevatt, of Green Cove Springs, and left with the doctor Tuesday for
three brothers, Charles, Albert and Alabama. Mrs. H. J. Egger, his
George, and both parents.
George, granddaughter, who cameato his aid,
Excursion Rate to DeLand returned to her home the same after-
The fare for round-trip tickets noon in Miami.
from Titusville to Orange City on the
occasion of the Florida State Edu- Gardner has the largest variety of
national Association is only $2.15. Christmas goods. LOOK.
Tickets can be bought on December
26th, 27th and 28th. These excursion Sun Brothers Shows
rates will be given not only to teach- Red lemonade, peanuts, toy bal-
ers, but to all others who wish to
visit the Convention. loons and many of our country
cousins holding hands, will be in evi-
Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals dence next Tuesday. This is the day
For the week ending Dec. 22. and date for the appearance here of
Nick Marinelli, Giovanni Gentie. Mrs. Sun Brothers' Greater Progressive
G. G. Beville, D. M. McKinnon, W. W. Shows with its myriad of amazing
Raymond, G. W. Wise, B. F Youn trained animal wonders, clever acts
E. Speer, Geo. W,' Murdock, F. B.
Reed, Miss Ethel Reed, J. L. Nugent, and glorious tented sights. Get ready
G. Williams, Fla.; W. H. Galloway, to go.
Wis.; H. H. Amuck, Cal.; W. G. Bur- Two complete performances will
gess, Mich.R. B. Foryer, C. H. Dy- o performances will
son, R. O. erdue, Ala.; R. C. Elsom, be offered here, matinee at 2:00;
G. E. Burnett, S. C.; C. D. Jones. Ga.; night at 8:00 p. m. The tents are all
C. Shreader, Ind.: Fred E. Dennison,
N. S.; B. B. Fixen, Il.; Chas. W. Busch, of massive size, the seating capacity
S. C.; S. S. Sykes, M. A. Davis, W. E. is so arranged to shelter an audience
Schofield, Ga. of immense size..
For Sale Cheap for Cash At 12:30o'clock, there will be given
ForSa fo C h . Con the show lot, a galaxy of free out-
on the east or ocean side of the In door exhibitions that are said to beat
dian river at the Narrows, described anything of the kind ever carried by
as follows: Lot No. 3, section 35, a tented show.
also lot No. 3, section 36, in township
31 south, range 39 east. This land is Wanted to Give Away
unimproved but finely located. For nw y y s ptis to t
'further particulars address. 100 new yearly subscriptions to the
E. M. Low, Woman's National Daily, no renew-
Brockton, Mass. als. Send names to J. B. Jones, Geor-
Brockton, Mass giana, Fla.
Drayingor haulingof all kinds prompt-
Iv t .tmnerA l t Maet all train
Gun Repair Works
All work guaranteed. also runs
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aQ baS r put as thter e s
., Oat -a mtt
tIan s started
Sa for the buar
They met a
f thol d,tat
SIOhrl t1 a IM a
e ar sk ed
the lttie girl.
The bt, old
Stat dock shook
"m o her had.
-I They met a
big, old. fat hen.
S "Are you the
the little boy.
But the bi.L
ruvTTo Tru wauTr old. fat heo
on Tea eouSL shook her bad.
They mt a big old, fat glinea hen.
"Are you the Christmas goose" ask.
ed the little boy.
The big. old. fat guinee hbe shook
They met a big. old, fat white goose.
"Are you the Christmas gooseer ask-
ed the IMle girl.
And the big, old. tat white goose
dded her head and fluffed her feathb-
e and stepped proudly with her fat.
yellow, webbed feet.
"Oh, goody!" shouted the little boy.
"Weve foand our Christmas goose al-
"Oh, oh. oh! I know something."
mid the little girl. and she ran to the
h e Jast as tast as she could go.
And when she came back she had a
lovely little holly wreath tied with
beautiful long red and green ribbons.
They put the wreath over the head
of the Charismau
goome, and each
held one of the
Chriatma oo e
waddled alo n
The ulea n
hens piped, the
and the hens
clucked whe | 1
they saw this
The little boy l *.
and the little girl
led and drove .
the proud Christ- .; .
mas goose outof S
the barnyard to F
the green grove
where all the lit-
tie Christmas "WAIT A MINI'T
tre grow. CIIRITMAS GO ..
"We must have a Christmas tree for
our Christmas goose." said the little
"Yes. yes, Christmas goose." said the
little boy. "you wait right here for us.
Don't you muss your holly wreath.
and don't you muss your ribbons."
The proud Christmias goose waddled
gently to show bow careful she would
be. The little boy and the little girl
ran away fast to get the things for the
Christ mas tree.
The little girl brought taMck some
ears of red and yellow corn and a
bunch of wliheat and ihrley beads and
a I|nwketful of ailts.
The I tlli, l',y lIr'turl. t li:t-k two <-:t:b-
blatses :itad a; yr'l'['vw lllltllpkll iild somet
tr:li !" ( .'t"!.''; .:I; ~ ^.r i<,. Itnlt; ilrt.
o exvi<,it wlhil '.Ie, .Nw Illzhes l thiia;.r
"11\V: 11 i :' ,. <
A Thrilhng Rescue
How Bert R. a*,,. of he-'ly. W\Va w'vi
have from na frightfuil h'dathl i- at ,,tory to
thrill the world. ".A hard io',1." heI writ-e-.
"hmught on a de-perate IIIII troslle thn'
hadled sa expert dnc
$10 to $15 a visit to a Ilun,,g .p'-ilit in Sl"I-
kane. who did not help Imtn. The-n I went it,
(alifornla. hit without hen. fit. At Iswt I us-
ed Dr. King's New Dirnvery. which conm-
pletely cured and now I nm as well as ever."
For lung trouble, hrunchitit. roughsa nd -olds.
asthma, crop and whooping cough its su-
preme. 8&0 and $1.00. Tria' bottle free.
Guamateed by Banner Drug Store.
l ImBatlo ud M ilh .
Christmas Chimes In Many Climes.
Christmas is always a season of
good wishes and loving kindness.
In America almost all little children
hang up their stockings on Christmas
eve. to be filled by kind old Santa
Claus. In Germany they make more
of Christmas than we do In America.
Everywhere the Christmas tree is
If a family Is too poor to have a
whole tree. a single branch only will
stand in a conspicuous place, hung
with the few simple gifts.
A week before Christmas St. Nicho-
las visits the children to find out who
have been good enough to receive the
gifts the Christ Child will bring them
on Christmas eve.
It is a very usual thing to see on a
German Christmas tree. way up in the
very topmost branch, an Image or doll
representing the Christ Child. while
below are sometimes placed other
Images representing angels with out-
After the tree Is lighted the family
gather round it and sing a Christmas
In Englandt almost every one who
can do so has a family party on
Christmas eve. Young and old join in
the games. manly of which belon:r
especially to ('hristinas time.
From the ceiling of one of the rooms
a lrrge bunch of mIistletoe is hung. If
any little niiaid is caught staniliin.l
under it the one who etches her has
a right to take a kiss from iher ros.
In Holland the little Dutch girl put
her wooden shoi, inl the c'hinney pl:t'
ready for gifts. just :as the little .\le*r
lean girl IIIhanus upl her stoking.
A nd io ian iicme way all over t'i,'
Christian world d on the eve of ifitl'
twenty-tifth day of ieember i!i .
birth of our I .ord .Jesus ,('hri.t is -,..i-
hrated. Every where the t 'hri-ait I:s
chimes are ringing out their l,,s.l.';e
the angels brought to Bethlehe.-
"Peace on earth, good will to Ilen "
Sullivan to Tour the World.
John L.. Sullivan andi Jakeh lir:tin
will start on1 a tour of the worldl :.sy
next year Suillivan will go thri.iL. .
the I'ited lKin ,,oni. ('hlrley .Mit. ,.
ell will greet the ietera;ins Iwhein l h.'?
appear o I lite t iher side. \ here I1,l!t
,:itrti'cip:t l it in 'hiits early in ti ir ;i
reersc S illi\ l:. i:!t!; dil tl, ,'aI l i,~,.
w:ias I'rillc e , \\':ilhs
Coy Will Coach Yale.
4 'Vi 'L. : i:iii- ; V 'ale -ridlirn
.star. llst l,'.;t'i :ailp'
iof the I6tBlu e e:lai Ioy's w rk ti thei
Sfield In i ll tl I :-t t 'ire.e r flour years
has wonI himn :i htilih ila
ords of the g:nme. Coy was not orer-
anxious for the job.
A sprained ankle will usually disabled the
injured person for two or three weeks. Thi.
is due to lack of propir treatment. When
C'hanherlain's Liuiaientll is applied a care
may be effected in three or four days. This
liniment is one of the best and most remark-
-b.- ..11.... --2 -- 2_ O.. 1._A. a -lI .I ... -.
cried the little boy. and be placed his
things on the ground near the tree.
"It isn't quite time. Christmas
goose." cried the little girl. and she
fastened her thing on the tree.
"Now. Christmas goose." said the lit-
tle girl. "we will go and Invite all your
friends to come
a nd see our bean-
N tiful tree."
So the little
girl picked up
*'"r ribbon. and
,.i. kedn up his rlb-
hlun. and they led
and drove the
back to the barn-
-yard. But it was
hard work, for
goose :lunted to
turn her head all
the time to look
at the Christmas
tree. At the barn-
yard all the
"COML. SEX OUR chickens and all
cmISTrMA TREE"' the ducks and all
the guinea hens stood still t( admire
the fne Christmas goose in her holly
wreath and ribbons.
'Oh. chickenar' said the little boy.
"Oh. ducks!" said the little girl.
"Oh. guinea hens!" said the little boy.
"Come. see our Christmas tree!" said
the little girl.
The chickens clucked, and the duckh
quacked, nod the guinea hels pipedl.
and they all spread themselves out in
a long row and ran around and around
and around after the little girl and the
little boy driving their Christmas goose.
The little boy and the little girl
scattered corn and wheat and oats
all over the ground around their
Christmas tree. The chickens and the
ducks and the gUllnea h ens ate :iiid
ate and ate. The Christmas goose
ate, too, but she ate very proudly and
THE REST FtN OF ALL.
raised her head every few minutes to
shake her holly wreath.
Papa and imainina came out to see
"Heigh-ho! What's. this?" said ppala.
"M3ertcy! What's all this'" said
"This s tlhe ('hristmas goose!"
shouted the little boy.
"And the 'hl'hitlm:imas i,.ost's (Christ-
The Correct Time
Or- *- m----L &.wnIA iat ... A.n e as it
The Fltasimmons-Lang glove fight
for the championship of Australia will
take place at Sydney on Dec. 27.
The tenth annual Indoor track meet
of Columbia university will be held
at Madison Square Garden. New York.
Winter yacht races are to be held
by the South Coast Yacht club of New
Orleans. They will be sailed every
The Toronto Driving club will put
up $1.500 for trotters and pacers to
race for at the lee meeting to be held
there on Dec. 25 and 29 and Jan. I.
Louis W. Winana of Brightor. ng
land, will race some of his arnes
horses In the United States next mse
New Heekey League
The Increaesig polarity of the
game of Ie hockey is eveaile d by the
maSy projects ar d wou"a g leagues m
that are Is a I dIreAt esti
ot the c try. Talk Is a d Rad O a
league to inchide Clevelan MeagR
Pittbrg and New Terk ae e wor
two eitis across the heorb. ew-*
ever, it asem a thoumi this plaa he
not fake tangible tern that weMl
lead one to expect developmeaf this
aseao. On the other head the aler-
Itatlon of minor amateoar leag
throughout the middle wet. ad the
eident booSalng of the port at the
eastern collM s leads color to the
thought that the game of the crooked
stick and rubber disk will in a few
years attain really big proportoema
A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
SCHILIONS TIPATIION N
CURES -- f-'.u* AmT
A QUARANlTED CURR for all diseases caused by a TO.
PID LIVER. One xbttle purch~,Nd to-day may uave you a serious
sick spell tomorrow.
SMALL DOSE, LARGE BOTTLE-PRICE SOc. GET THE GEIRJ E.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
500.502 North Secod Street, ST LOUIS,
Iod ranAd R1ecommendc d b1
SHOW ME THE GOODS
The buyer nowadays takes ibut
stock in statements and assertions.
says: ".'/t:a' me," "/'' r,'*z 1."
\\'e sa to such a (discrililnating ;iid
educated buyer: "" Coi)ll andl set us-we
will sho(\w you the g(loods.
\\'e have the agency tor th- cellebrated
We assert that we can "* ./tho ou" the
bicycle '"that experience can produce."
"money can buy."
Truss Frame Bicycles
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os tqlk"t~ to,~i *b
do n lf-cl ak.tt
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wonrt held saoti
4 laa[s, with ie.
twilfI In s-ms s:
S"Itm et polite
-to In kthll
e wheTreu Prt I
'at"in as fail
bf oll lilllatn a l,.
3 sn t I know
M fte wiftr all tbm year
I mac ve learned the knack."
AMi t*a he teok the togain down
rt where it hunrgo h
And *: "Now put n one thin
I iv 7you Ieaeo to ry."
ohkkled t o
Lad then he
l]Uht to the
S arWi toe
lAd awed a
" w, If you o a
vute Clan %L
Irw v t In none AIL -
tla we -ore,
Ir yo will w m that little hole
Wu ot in there before."
Hw lanta Clau did laugh and
And then he ly spoke,
Wllt, you small he a Cbrisrtme
]Fi that nie little joke."
WESTERN GOLFERS TO FIGHT
Will o to a Finish With Eastorn Di-
viason In Annual Meeting.
Olcial announcement has been
made by Presidet Charles V. Thoiup
ona at the Westero Golf an.oclation
that a sppelal committee bad been
named to dartt amendments to the
coMatltution for Mubmisalon to the an-
anal meeting Jan. 15 In Chli'go. IbThe
appointment of Ibli committee is the
fobarunDer of a pouble "*tight to the
flabb" between the Western Golf as-
soelation and the United States Golt
The awadmentl. If adopted. will
Include In the territorial jurisdiction
of the Weatern Golf amociatlon thrh
entire western bemaiphere from Alan
ka to the Argentine Republic. The
committee coidiats of the Incoming
presMdet. Horace P. Smith of Nabh-
vllie, Tee.: former President Albert
L. Gates of Chibago bad Director W.
I Trle of Kenoshb. WIb.
Sa..~l.. r ml hi t of Chamhblair's
THE DEAR OLD TREE.
By FRANK H SWEET.
There's a dear old tree, an evergreen
Aad it blossoms once a year.
'Tis loaded with fruit from top to
And it brings to all good cheer.
For its blooms bright are small
And its fruit is dolls and toys,
And they all are free for both you
If we're good little girls and boys.
The Christmas Manger.
In France miay Ile almost universa:illy
seen represenltatilons of the matin;r'ir in
which Christ vwas horn. with ti-.:mlll cf
Mary. Joseph and Ite child .le'-I. and
cattle rifeedlii ne'ari b.y.
If you are ufferiug fronil ltilioilism, coil-
stlltion. imdiestiuon. chronic heaula'chr. ini-
vest one cent in a pcstal catr. sield to ( ha an-
berlain Medicine Co. kes Moines. Iowa. with
iour name and addnren plainly on the huc-k
and they will forward you a free smiiple of
Chaaiberiaia's Stomach aund Livcr rTbhit-s.
toid by all dealers.
LIVELY HOCKE YGIBBS BXPECTED
Jt e'ilp' 1,b tile inutense interest t.l t
is Ie I a *: i t'sc i 'd Ib.% the Aailt'ri- a ll
ill ce Al(ockev.
S1dt I' I 11 t *i a 113 .e e 41t. re ll lilt -
ia I -i1. It Ai e ct tlt r. 4:I tita it,' ciiit.L IIlie
buic sante' s x's ag lcfi 1111cm I iii-
Ic'. g' illllae'-I I-.a : l:aae lea' iiat'l Es ;i''t
ia Iii3 Iyit ;Is :I alot. a I' x I tr it- % tolh It
iIeigd .--ta t: i lI til vii' Iii itel. I Wt* 4let16
t'ags ail't v~t t. ;mumv liit' aite a .* ge
vrt11 Ili it 'a Ii's I iit.a I A aa14 ti a a111 id Il 3%4.ill.
gr4:,,vst;4,mphtha mai cn jhn i
The campallll igil il111 ;ll tile Ac,)ii elli
lee-l~ev I';i; ..ae il NvImok rob;1lol
wrilil t' l eivi-er ;aml id l ttt'r ht, mever
Thlle rictoa'ric iisN u%% i Ycok At e'that- iclIIui
seven'a. % illaae'r cf. I he' c-li a iaaieasiinship :i:i
tws4.ic.l. as it%%s oi',e ~c-mt itput toit'tetaini
the' title'. FliThe :aiide' ci will lt IeI'
resetite'd ctil Illiucvic o l ell*e t Iitth
greaiite'st 4ore ~ 'icc.amaateuirs-thiat
:I I*3 Nt'ii w-1%a 114'.1aIl ie' Ic clot astti
That is Siiig a -ivacde'al. till' itwill
be' Itaa'ilca'l hat:;ist se'asmpti % Me'r
('h yi twe t ;vve vi cwii III,- at' 'atit
chapim,111o titt 10 dretilu
the Vic't'ivr~, ) i'- e le-imti't'l. the' Calila
dianam aaa~tc'tir thaimahioiis. ;aand showeuii
tbe' ie k' Ii ecv rl i thLaat lIlt' amta, tt'I
teail's ill t' Vniicd't S1;itiates Iare'fi'(.
Ula lip till-tiithmareimof theIK' ls't t':mir
dimsev nt .\-li se'iin. :m ii te
la~u~c'a ~r'- Itm.41110 4-11 IVV I'llv' in
Nit ks.ha'. %elt.,d ai t dlll ti -rigia
lie'a ,.ill xmim :. I h. \ tI ecii-..i r La.-' rece-ruits
!iv-vvar. s' 'ii a: i at. Pitaii,. .t''i and iiSt
thatIcce 1- i %% a k Ill ti'. aiiamt-tlir let;iae'
I~ ~ ~~~~i- oi Ill#-Ilivc~e'ih c!Nw cr
galiit. r.% f ill- liliij~et- (o~ *f the'
Itihere' %%ill ,,e wv~t-'raeil .Facidiee'malclthe'
btie'!ii." act il'eandtad et~dicmr 4eenci-
fri'eIllIlli,"t mli 1ma1le;I J.111 I Tlwlha'imecke%
seaswcmi i i~ ltisloling' :11141i4 A*iei c'hm td is
11140 $oil i illl t ~lc111ast Tliet-4j1ieaitlizg lue's
in lmitmhi -Mte* Vervto 'hvfar milere auusti-
ciueus than ilaist seusou. iand if the
s4ualit3 emf hoe-key dished out during
wns made up o of nly tree tenius
While tile Cleveland' and ('rscents
alwayss putt up a gwtod light. toth teams
*ilpp'ered to have the 'all over thei
lhli-ithes iin Itli, st every iatilne the
;pl:iled. The result %:i-s that tlie fautn
did niot itir; ot c as siront -is w;as 'x-
pe'teld Tlhis y.ar. lhw,.wever. with feour
teamlis. all oif whih slioi.d le in thet
runniiln for t he chai;inmpiotnsliip up to
the last two or tllret- we.ks. the slMrt
is sure o I Ile iore l' IiIhilar with (leve-
landers thai: ever before.
Illokey t hs hleen |l)lah1yed In i'ltts-
bunr. )IWth anmaiteur iand professional.
aid Chickago is noiw following the lead
of the Itw other cities and will Intro-
duce the' sport shortly Soinething
like $2i-.4Ctl4 hbis lten invested in a
niammioth skating rink.
ICE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Saranac Lake. N. Y., to Have Competi-
tions Next February.
Lewis lIeubenstein. president of the
Montreal Skatin g ass~eoi;ation. has
withdrawn that city's claiiu to the
chapnlioinship races of the Internatiou-
al A.uateur Skating ;asmicialico in fa-
vor of Suaranal I.ake. N Y.. where the
events will lie held early in February
after ralitii;etii,, of lthl election by
the Interuntiloal association. which
llleets In (l'hiite o wn le". '.l.
Presided t .J liln Il'lardii, oi f the Sara
nac assco-iatioll will attend the Chica-
go meulil~' aI id ,rese'it lite appeal of
Edmund l.a;um. I:lst year's champion.
from the li tlc-ii.in o(, ti i a;sterli a:sso
ciation. i !ii li his .;Irr.-d him from
amateur ri'i.a '. te chnii-al grounds of
Dickinson Elects Felton as Captain.
Iielkins.Ol t, fotlla:ill wea're'rs of the
"I)'" lected :l i- tle'ir c-altain for thi'
.. .. .... .. .. l i.,. I 1 '..i. l .. f f .' i.i. r ,
q g o aWIEhs r 1
a, most ke y
fifty-cent ad -ow -d0l-a
l w eak orr me ho r
b~y mifree, andso sem
tie youo i, of ms
i wtilea do kidney ad
bladder imedy, soome amlin Iempl
stands the 1it- do i-becd its rem e
a youresaring r ac 4 or tbea
airn te in p eat DiUrmy ibte .
Etold aer Swame obt. A t wll c
wfifty-ent the post -a r at d
tandsi the highest Blla its remarkable
health restoring u have kd ey r
en wrcase. If r ued a medicine ye
thoud bt reember the nameta
Sola bt plyalyIl; in
Root, and don't let a dealer olell yo
sor in ze. Yo ayof Sa oot
ohae da ymle b bottle
by mail free, a ntlso a
andpamphlet t Bilellliar y .Title.
how to fnd out tf you have kidney or
bladdthe three cushion billird game to con
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y. Do.'t make any mis-
take, but remember the name, Swamp.
Root, of. don't let a dealer e.1 balk
linething in place of Swat-. This i
you do you will be disappointed.
Pool Champion Wants Three Cushion
and 18.1 Billiard Titles.
Tommy Hu-rioti. the world's ch:im-
plon pool 3.layer. is uowt hrtitfoot after
the three cushiou billiard title and
18.1 balk lihe bhnurs. iliae.tuaa is will
jug to play aIIy Iia;aII in the world
for $1.000 a side. achla style of pgae
to be played three succc,*3ive etqniun..
the three cushiou billiard game to con-
sist of 150o poiInts and the I4.1 balk
line to be of 4800 ptintse. This chba
TOMMY Hres'ION, POOL CHAMPION OF THE
lenge. while o ten to the world. I es-
pecially pointed to IN* (ro. holder of
the world's ritlti at ith lie' cishlio
Huestotl is unullU'~tliiiably i e o411
the best rue artist the.'a;lle. i .ai- .v.rI
produced. 11li hi:, defe:llttil siu'Ih mleii
as De Oro. Kcceoih. Cler;latl'r. all'i
Uniti. Westoti alld all thelit' e'r. Ik \h',
have tield Iti- poK l c'haiML.,1: ni.i., 11
also bear, lie distinct ion of th.ivini
held bthli ithl oi-ol ;ii. tir iah shiiic n
billiard cihan-ilpiiishils :ai thli same
tinie n e Ilst 11, h tiles wtiili tv WV
mointhss. but recently wo tirh" irol
title back frou Jiohnmiy Klin,.
ilueston is a spectacular player :iat
makes the lonlg. hard shots which ul
ways please the gallery. lie had dde
heated Kling twice before the latter
held the pool honors. The tirst time
they met was about eight years a'-o.
rolling g yel *;Ir 1.401 1 i-I ili 1 I i 'I *
I'.. wi I:..-.l '.l lac kle diurini. lh and lHueston was just breakintl ilnt
past s,.:. itn C.i:tai Felto .ii'Sexiri the sipot light. lie won this luat.ch
ePte .ci it o t'i .two ears ,ln Conway About a year and a half ago. while he
i llll'c slt'~d teleen and two at l)iek bad the title. Kling challenged, and
Iiinson e lle'r4 Hlie was unanimously se Tommy successfully defended.
' elected a:f'.r ithe L.ruelinDl E:istln guanime
against I.:tf:ayette. Her Heart Was Broken
Because her conplexiou was lbd eawlt Ih-
The greatest danger from intlueu/n ik.
rebultiini iln nliuenoniia. Thii cani be ohviat- I hd conilexioin is causedd by ani iniacttive lie
-- .- -w
l a w TmTO. -
Ofit t q. WhMt Th Christ an
inlw M d-. 46 theb the
te mothr. Have awomst?
WaS IMt e irpham s ad widow,
mab 9---i- bWtrt tha a thoasand
Mi f rom bottle or jeg.
Oxro lrwt Doeot get blue over
ti tiseM Need money? Youare
i u mn-- the big ma-
jority. Thne messm things better
the amo y, but theaedo not pay
dtW, or buyChrltmugits. If your
ehaps iA toget meuh Chritmas, in
oomig years t may bebetter able
to stad dlImsltjmtnt.
Tierm re some men and women
who are rating the art of helping
the other fellow. Do you belong to
that dams? "The poor are always
with us." A little money wisely used
could make a large number of child-
I= supremely happy. Try the exper-
asnot and see if life is not just a little
berigter for you.
Our little pet republic of Panama
i add- Am'n whom the president
had ordered deported for bringing
people to DSmll to work was ordered
liberated by the supreme court, as he
had violated no law. President Obal-
dia was equal to the emergency. He
had the alleged offender shipped off
to Jamaica without further cere-
Porto Rico Oranges Down too
The market for Porto Rico oranges
was on a fairly steady basis, though
a lowone at the close. The quality
and condition of much of the stock
was weak and some of the 12,000
boxes sold went out at from 70e. to
90c. per box. The range on the best
stock was $1.40 per box, and few lots
sold up to that Agure. The shipments
from Porto Rico are expected to show
a good deal of falling off owing to
the low prices ruling here.-Fruit-
" Death of A. J. Canova
Andrew J. Canova, a native of St.
Augustine, the author of "Life and
Adventures in South Florida," died
at Wildwood Friday last at the ad-
vanced age of 74 years. Mr. Canova
was well known in Titusville, having
spent many months here at different
times with his son Andrew P. Can-
ova, now resident of Wildwood.
Mrs. D. K. Harrison, of West Palm
Beach; Mrs. T. U. Carpenter, of St.
Petersburg, and Mrs. C. Cone, of
Miami, are his daughters, and his
other son, Wallace, lives in Miami.
Deceased was a veteran of the
Seminole war and one of the best
known Indian fighters in the state.
Fackler's Theatrical Company
S. A. Fackler, editor of the Hazel-
hurst News, has secured the services
of Charles C. Clark, a theatrical man-
ager, well known in the east. to re-
hearse the members of his theatrical
company, which will play the remain-
der of the opera season in South Geo-
rgia and Florida, presenting the play
entitled "The Ups and Downs of a
Country Editor," mostly "downs"
that was taken from the popular
book written by Mr. Fackler.
This play has been pronounced by
critics one of the best of recent years
and is said to be one of the first plays
written that depicted newspaper life
from beginning to end.
The author, Sam Facker, is an old
newspaper man, and was an employee
on THE SrTA force some sixteen years
ago, when Titusville was in its palm-
indeed, but he had them at any cost.
Oh, that we might get back to those
old times when every farmer "lived
at home and boarded at the same
place!" when there was no occasion
for the farmer to go off the farm for
anything he actually required for the
comfort and well-being of man or
"That was before the days of
freezes in Florida," concludes Mr.
Glass. Perhaps. The age of those
trees would certainly seem to sustain
the assertion. And yet there is
reason to believe that there were
"cold spells" in ye olden days, and
mayhap the orange trees of that day
were of a hardier growth. For, listen:
The coldest weather ever known in
Georgia, of which there is any record,
occurred in 1833. or 1835-there is
a dispute as to the year, but re-
course to the record may be had. The
records may be found at the Univer-
sity of Georgia. at Athens, and at the
State Asylum, Milledgeville. Georgia
to o. rae d tdAw. It wn
onw l0 mthp.ased the laow
fIt (kl AN llR I-MH -t
II st Mi c orada Fruit ER
"CThe- amW*a gea atherebvd at
St. A4 m m1 about twelve hundred
thA o ma and in the viMinirt
about t ee hudred mtho. more;
thwe .em msoetrees supposed to be
one hudred and twenty years old
which bear atthis tim four thou-
aid oranges. This qantaty does not
supply thi United tates with one
twentieth part of the onsumption of
this valuable tile of neesity, as
well as luxury, and we are compelled
to depend on Portugal, Spain, Sicily,
France, the Wet Indies and South
America for this delicious fruit, as
well as limes, lemons, citrons and
olives, when they can be ultivated
in Florida in quantities sufficient to
supply the whole demand of the
United States. It is estimated that
an orange grew of ten acres, which
requires the attention of but two
hands, will poduceas much as a cot-
ton or sugar plantation by the em-
ployment and labor of forty. The
inducements to such cultivation will
soon stimulate the activity and enter-
prise of those who are not so wedded
to old habits as to resist the impulses
of interest and the convictions of
The item of special interest in the
above letter is the supposed age of
the trees mentioned, and their bear-
ing capacity. That was before the
days of frefses in Florida.
The Newvr presents thanks to Rev.
J. G. Glaas br the bit of ancient his-
tory given above.
Eighty-three years ago this month
this letterwas written. At that time
the Ancient City seems to have been
"bound around" with orange groves,
the owners driving a lucrative trade
in this golden fruit with the neigh-
boring states to the northward, for
it is not to be supposed that the
transportation facilities which ob-
tained at that early date permitted
them to go very far afield with their
products. Perhaps there is no person
in Florida whose memory runneth
back to this period, but there are yet
extant some old-timers who can re-
peat the story told them by father of
how they used to roll th3 tobacco to
Augusta, Ga., in casks from long
distances. There was never a railroad
in this whole world at that time, you
may recall. Very likely this fruit was
transported by ox-team. Certainly
the means of conveying all freight
were crude and laborious.
But the fruit found a market,
which brings a further reflection of
the affluent manner of living in those
old days. Nothing was too good for
ye ancient planter. What he could
not raise on the farm were luxuries
Scores of Titusvlle Readers Are Learn-
lag the Duty of the Kidneys
To filter the blood is the kidney's
When they fail to do this the kid-
ney's are sick.
Backache and many kidney ills fol-
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
Titusville people endorse our claim.
L. W. Haile, Washington Ave.,
Titusville, Fla., says: "I can highly
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a
good kidney remedy. I suffered from
rheumatism in my shoulders and a
lameness and soreness in my back for
some time. The kidney secretions
were also irregular in passage and
when allowed to stand, contained a
dark sediment. After using this
remedy in accordance with the di-
rections, the kidney secretions be-
came regular in passage and the
rheumatic pains in my shoulders and
arms disappeared. I have not suffer-
ed from backache since using Doan's
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
Al h lslim bs
b a hbte w tes Ia b.
/b trm Cld yes st
hr W boa andW m
werlm K m amg mdwhstoa
hre te wMa sve prum d by
muh m al th m ogs hmt at t
dispel esse~ rseass orum, bus
emf s Ma S fj ita
m a tamw weoeh m h ua-
Si-. a Lhe derl etite )eat
tt s PIma anyl tiosf e.I e
trm ag, a yl ws s Imda to
lNwIr tert s aaTr tgia t ed-
idtar t ha ad t the merit o it a
geBtayr yeas nag m .
"A Htu ameaa~s two yM s age
gotre's a very Meaw en K vaa
peopler It Wh oapeur d of herbtl
remsed is a la gris oin Oi the
sanlry of the tM a y on-
trem GC myozpais why aes at
be vry witio&L I U "Ye m ao&
e btat te olW tpell hit
aitever sia yl"
abouWv, I sr i e osetea s ton tak
Porna, a set o deprived f it bre ao
PMna is as ifal tatds r ON
people It is la i oeai ofid rbal
bIegcan now sacure Peruio tabe ts.
tere'ds that has been k s to see
medical pehmif a hr a="y sai
yars-but Weather Forecaster Mit-*
brahe, i a etre ei they Stat
1883 that these e "old spells hit us
Florida. Again 1833 isn't 1826-
ahbout every ten tow seventeen years.
s aaiabt records n bac ter
ell, in arlete lef t to ojectre what
r htiultural Siety iortsome yea timag
Approved whoby records dating baker then
1883 thatn these glacial period? True the
about every ten to seventeen years.
Ad t avaiare notecods ony go stac to-
day as mute witnesses-are they
may have hapensred pr th. At illme
events the editor of the News is not
And who is willing to concedassert that the "coming
began there glacial pto Floeriod? True theda."
old trees are not in Sfot. Augustine to-
Harry? -but other causes than cold
hmalty have destroyed them. lit all
events the editor of the News is nota
willing to concede that the "coming
in there nw wor rih brought colder
DOING THEIR DUTY
DOING THEIR DUTY
ii so.., 9191.T E
Last season was the most
our history with our vegetab
our orange customers are v
iastically about their prospe
We give you quicker maturity, better ship-
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you more money than any other brand on
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Not an idle boast: We hav
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Hear what we have to say about it. Write
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Ie growers, and
e been doing it
rida, and were
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We have published a booklet telling the reason for fall fertWU
ing under the title, Why Fertilze Citrus Trees n the Fal.
It is prepared with the extreme care we give to all our public e
tions and will prove of interest to all and of benefit to many.
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s Floida Soas jt
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With something that will "count"
before it ends.
There's nothing countss" like
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Keep that "balance" at
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Yards at Eau Gallie, Cocoa and Fort Pierce
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S' is'Ui l not detect the slightest odor of
I iw- ammes or diMfftes odor. Thnew
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U-7sd tests during its incipiency and develop-
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b tw VPl ed beyond the poi of its greatest effective.
SI and tms sncuresc the greatest heat-yielding flame
# emo.rml,,. We N mRemod ve a iu instant for leaning.
Shbdolds 4 qurts of oil =uRient to give out a glowing heat
i"tsbl _-ase4 carries-damper top-cool handle-oil indicator.
- p r _--;I f; i nid Inanickel or Japan' n a variety of style
9b *Dir w uywher. I Noe At YVer, Write for Dscriptive Crcuer
St. -* h NeWaes Aemr of the
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Fobr a mie
ea d a eur ew p erns-all- new
stak. Just reeelved a la stock of
of aall nem aUd prices
Chains, Chrms, Rings, Ladies' Pins,
ordad wealth for the Christmas
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MIK 1W ruIS OuFEREL
Radleal Rules Suggested by Alexander
Meffa tpameus Prineeton B ak of
toe Elghties-Annual Meeting to Se
Meld In Now Yrk, Dee.
What promise to be one of the most
argumentative football meetings ever
hald is to take place In New ork
Dec. 2L Captain Palmer Pierce.
U. L A.. president of the luternatioual
Athletic association of the United
States has issued a call for the annual
meting of that body and has included
a te notice a request for opinlons
ftrm all member on the suttjct of
football. These three questions are
mked by way a gathering the tnfor-
Shall the American game be retained
or shall another (Rugby or Assoclatloun
8hall the rules of the American game
b ea tinned as they ar (practically,?
hall the ra1es of te American game
Th disacusion on the football rules
wll eome with te election of a rules
eommsNeta, the maha of which sit
with the eO iNllost to formulate
the eoad Ii s-s- wrll uMadoubted-
possible of undue roughness and sert-
A large attendance of delegates from
the colleges composang the association
Is looked for this year In view of the
agitation against football, and some
delegations, It is thought, will be In-
I strcted a to their action on the ques-
I ton of revision of the football rules.
There is no doubt that the suggest
tons of Alexander Moffat. a famous
back at Princeton in the early eighties
and one of the greatest drop kickers
in the history of football. will be con-
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most comprehensive and at the same
time the simplest revision of the rules
for the elimination of mass play that
the present agitation has brought
forth. Mr. Moffat wants a rule calling
for the complete division of the grid-
iron Into a checkerboard, with divl-
sions fve yards square and requiring
one man, and only uoe man. to be
placed in a division as the opposing
teams line up for a scrimmage. There
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In the same divisialon, and one defend-
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as the defensive center.
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b woadr up and down
Sth streets were named for sweets,
Soh, aso many there I
They entered town by Gumdrop road,
Where all the candy shops
Were stuffed as full as any toad
With most delicious drops.
As Charley glanced he almost danced,
While Teddy licked his chops.
They turned a corner, when,
Before their very eyes,
Came Chocolate Bonbon
Which filled them with
n me get down an' eat this twn.
Ill finish up today "
That Teddy bear plugged straight along
Until he chanced to me
Surounded by a merry throng,
A great big Christrras tree.
"Now I can limb and have
a time," ..
Says Ted. "Hooray for met" '- -
As Teddy started climbing up
His passenger slid down
And struck the bedroom floor kerplup,
And in his nightie gown I
Now, wasn't that a sorry bat
1To get in Candy Town ?
But, after all, the town was there.
When Charley oped his eyes,
High up the tree was Teddy
Of real riding size,
And candy sweets from all the streets-
A Christmas paradise! A
For every shop was a chocolate drop
Of most amazing size.
But on they went with even jog,
Since shops are not to eat,
0 0 And soon they passed, with
Through Peanut Brittle street,
And every brick was a peanut
0 And doubtless very sweet!
But Teddy trotted right ahead
Through Candy K;sses way,
Though Charley pulled his ears and said:
"Hold on a minute-stay I
by AUCI LI BARON.
lOebyrtigt. 190. by American Pres Aso-
O NCI upon a time two little can-
dies lay side by side in a big
box. Both were pure white.
Bald one: "I wonder what
will become of us. Do you think we
could be meor t for a Christmas tree'.'"
For you must know that to be put on
a Christmas tree in the ieAt possible
thing that can happen to a candle.
"Of course not." said the other, who
was cross. "If we are meant for a
Cbristmas tree it will be for some
shabby little children-- e if It isn't."
"if we are." said the tirst. "I'll abine
my very brightest, for t he eyen of even
poor children with only few pleasures
to prospect are enough to rival little
candles on Christmas eve."
"It we are." grumbled the second, "I
am not sure that I will allow myself
to be lighted at all."
Obristmas eve drew nearer and near-
er. SBre enough, the two little can-
di. with many others of blue and
pbik and yellow and red. were bought
tor a Chrlitmsa tree.
O the day before Christmas. while
It at was daylight, some young girls
m- to arrram the regents and make
two white ones. We will put those
South of sight. because the red and pink
ones are prettier."
"Didn't I tell you what would hap-
pent' said the cross little candle In a
"Yes, but wait." replied the other.
"Just shine your brightest all the
"I won't." snapped the cross one.
When evening came. ranged all
round the tree were happy Iymv annd
"rvr IT Oa Tw vbyv PTror."
gIrIs. Soon every bough on the great
tree blossomed with little lights. Some
went out. The other shoe so brightly
that a gentleman standing near said:
"Oh. what a brilliant candle! But it
Is almost out of sight among the green
branches. We ought to put it where
it can be seen better."
"Put it on the very tiptop," said a
And that is where they did put It-
on the very tiptop of the tree. where
It nodded and gleamed in answer to
the smiling faces around it.
The Barber's Joke.
Christmas morning and- the barber
"I'd rather shave ten Germans than
The rubicund brewer in the chair
smiled broadly through the lather.
"Goot." he chuckled. "Dot vos
right! But vy?"
The barber took a firmer hold upon
his victim's nose as he replied:
"Ten (ermans pay me a dollar and
a half-one American only 15 cents."
And you could have heard the ther-
"If Santa Claus has corns the same
as grandpa." said a wee girl the other
day. "1 ink he'd be 'frald to come
down the chimney over a hot fire for
fear hie corns would pop."
Santa Claus' Reveng.
Belated comes advice tonight
That, "without proper camee"
Two foolish boys went on a strike
Against old Santa Claus.
They sent him written word that he
Must take two trips a year.
The first an early one to see
What children wanted here.
They said his work of late was bad.
They criticized his taste.
They said it made them very sad-
Those presents gone to waste!
They asked him why he thought a boy
Would want a Teddy bear.
They said it seemed he could employ
Much better judgment there.
They wrote him frankly what they
A protest in each line
They told hint that they thought he ought
To sell out and reial:s.
They covert'd 'r eanis of paper then
To tell himt w !.t to do-
The how. t:ie ~nnwh. the what. t.ie When.
They carefully went through-
Anli their tliey told h:m what to bring
Fo: each ho> in their town.
Anid fui th.msielvte -"Oh. everytlitng'
Was just ihat they put down.
They thought the saint wHa far too old
To understand their scheme.
And each one bought a hax. to hold
The:r presents. It would seem.
But when they woke on Xniaa morn
With "What did Santa bring?"
Why, just as sure as you are born.
He hadn't left a thing!
STACY E. BAKER.
By GERALD PRIME.
My mamma, when we build our
Wants plenty closets in it.
She says she'll tell the architect
That's how he must begin it.
My papa says he doesn't care
A fig for big clothespresses,
But what he wants is plenty room,
And that he'll have, he guesses.
But I don't care how little 'tis,
A palace or a shanty,
I want a chimney big enough
To let in dear old Santy!
A Hearty Appetite
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ll Metary /i are Basuo Paal v i
c-laie at ale. Wlartea o Peaylva.
"i~m 1_111 ah. Wheeler tof Pranetoa. vearr of
S. -- 1"R......- W d. Aareus ef Yale and Tobln of
Dartaet etg t Tale was
Sa a gY at guard t tU IY l band
Sr TOMMY CLA .a fIe e
S: bth a ie amids the center for the eleven I
^ "jMMI1 ~l have We the hardest task. there being so many
I 8 6 Llt 1 po Br e pwa itow .
e gi lls ael l a Ifleb an. Torrey of PensylvaOi a I
*ssat l Prow rBakas ecc Bolt t Tale and Lewis of Princeton
eSi f-- a-..ihm i T he Them men ar eundoabtedly the best
Solsgfam-Tn w ho h the game has ever developed. After
sli o ---d w rosa pwh laIn comsiderg all the above men for the
th awarded t Ws le ime position Grant of Harvard is given
o So1 bIS e tai W ttan sthe proWt-ence. Be was a tower of
~ ISot hmLea snd lhek e e l to rength on the defensive. It being
ter b le td practically Impossible to get through
th gg bult -er't omiM adr im, wh. ile bis snapping of the ball
O- Nt&kS p1years, would n- was excellent both for kicks and runs
iS b ve ml telWri Wmhle T everything considered. Grant is clear-
-am ea C d mater a liy the lat ly entitled to the selection as center
'M M SIt btsutthePlay-rush. Bolt. Schuiz. Lewis and Torrey
hoe reT atmsO h t lld la were mall good men and could bold
do er owed goe t e-a__lt, 1 th at down the pivotal position In good
t wow b et. taw- i to ar shape. Sebuls's playing during the
s _tW als. .i 3 season was not up to his standard
St Ie M Se feebl I af up a o previous yea
S Ia n wie et Bwmere tas lI at lsn pekitoIp ng the quarterback for the
alt l mU pl.t e a at m he m eleven such men as Eckersall of Cht-
of tealme play Os ft Sarla eagg Kint of Princeton. Jones of Yale*
werM jmbulllatal esasli at Stevon of Penn, Poe of rlanceton
ir rees -theiim a en wheaned Jobnson of Carlisloe hrave been con-
'talv ed Uwme-ar es l who ered. The position is given to Eck-
i waxed tr mt bl wo uwld saiL He I without doubt the great-
show ar S*tI m wo the a m e et quarter that eler lved- tn fact. rhi
Lad we ie he a L equal may n ver be found.He was a r
Sso e wat-*o wi.s .nA .e ft cta lau punter. always getting from
s I seec WMker. laws Aftytosixtyyards. As a tackler there
m Wdur d pintg sed smiatsN L was no better man on the gridiron.
r 1 96 Whe o playing in the back feld on the
statL tsher to am endb. 1ted m ense, when a ake kick was at-
em Se. a thmus two ar-s gratO ted- tempted and the runner was going out
ly u y In ms tlheSuame eVe around the Priend. Eckernall started so
pre h i. "The ftr r eseb ly was quickly from his position after be saw
s 1Wd tlel sa t followy the Db th- t no kick was coming that even
a always ollo wigtheb raner got by te had e
oewr was mot mueb o the gridiron m kerl aost atEcer once ln fact.
that he A ied. la break g toterfe it almot seemed a pity that with this
ae be would bave o equal while speed and quality Ea ersalt wis not
Is eeverlg of punts and tackling the used more on the end In defensive
arener would he fully as good as it ot work. H e was one of the most a
better tha competw.le s.r passes i not the most accurate.
Next Oa Hinkey the writer considers rate pases I n ot the most cryrat
Campbt the greatest end. during Coming t the halfback. there Is a
the season of playing e stood outw lt of material to ooe fro
above all other, Ca bels g at ef- MColung of Yale. Heston of Mich ian.
t to advane the bal and both ds
fotiveme J lay In his alertnes and Kelly of Princeton and Brooke and Mc-
erbeing drawn In or ver going Cracke of Brewer. Kernan and
around the opposite end to follow the Dibb of Harvard. Morse of Prnce
play. In select thesetwo nd tw s t n Mayhew of Brown and Chadwick
writer has cateftlly looked over the rd oof Yale are those who might lay claim
ords of such stars as Cabot of Har. to the honors. McClung of the Yale
vard. Henry and Davis of Princeton. 180-91 elevens and Heston. Michi-
Gelbert of Penn and several others.
tbDraper. o Pennylvan lae ra ot egan's great u bak In 1903-04. are picked
Draper. n ylvania s great line f leftad right guard sitions re-
nas during the seasons of 1804-8. and .^nliy ^ ^ ^
eman during the "eonys of B-o and spectively. No one who has seen these
Bloomer. Tale's tar of Gordon men play can doubt their offensive
the t ectta for tackle positions. rhe lst irress ttible. t
pair are undoubtedly the greatest the t re aressive laes and
galle ever produced. Draper was al- good ground gainers when it was d -
ways powerful. aggressive and Intenl- cult to advance the ball. and both dis-
gent Durin his last two seasons on played good beadwork In their games
the gridiron be gave as rare an exhibl- The men had grIt to spare. made use
tot of tackle play as was ever seen on of their interference and knew how
a football field. He excelled io all to follow the ball." De Witt. In ad-
polints of merit to a higher degree dtIon to being good in any open field
than auy other tackle that ever played ove n o th e t dp cr th
on a team. Blooer's playing drng ne h be o
the eaon of 1La00 enti tled him to theI a ele s f lgame, vll r h-
e. onoor fullback an captain Ted Co
other portion. Not only was Bloomer f Y le i h selection. Coy repre-
Invulnerable on the defensive. but hl sets all tt is speed power. braI
ability to provide openings for the ran gridiron. It may be
ner was the best display of Judgment and skll onte ion It may be ^
ad powerthat the followers of foomnt- that he never had his equal in the
and power that the flower of foot. game. Certainly the writer never saw
ball have ever seen. Other famous hls superior. Ellmlnating his wonder-
tackles were Hillebrand of Princeton. futl line plungingc abillle. for which
Hogan. Stilmno and Chamberlain of he a been selected is fullback. in ad-
Yale. ditioni to hist strong; punting and drolu
The matter of selecting guards is kicking skill. he demonstrated a ver-
much easier than picking the men for satilit that would, ljuelity him tou pl:
other positions, the honors falling to the eleven. Ter
Gordon Brown, captain of the famous any position onr the eleven. There was
Gordon Brown. captain of the famoua no line of duty that Coy could not ful
1900 Yale eleven. and John De Witt fll In a gane. lls splendid physique.
(1902-431 of Princeton. The playing of strength and speed would qualify him
these two men stands out above all to play center or quarter. guard. tackle
others. It can be safely said that no or end. And he could master all post-
man In the game has approached tons. His superior offensive powers
rownIn general excellence as a were not less strong than his defen-
guard nlace football wau introduced sive. In all Yale's important games Coy
into thi country. In all Yale' Impor- proved a demon on the defensive, no
tant contests durlg the seasons of player on any rival team excelling him
Ilr. I&S 18M and 19W) Blown was i tackling. Other great fulllmtaks who
the strongest man t the linva nvul- helped to create football history are
rane, oa the deMl vO. qlc* k to get Butterworth of Yale. Hirschberger of
* every play. open bll holt. fer the Ccag raydon of Harvard. Homans
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ZBYSCO GETS CHESTY.
Pelleh Wretler Says He Can Defeat
Zbysco's showing against Frank
Gotch. the ihamplon. iu their recent
wrestling match in Buffalo was of
soch an encouraging nature to the big
Polish mat artist's followers that they
are wllng to back their man in a liu-
ih go for $10,000. Zbyaco's work sur-
primed every one, and as a result of
the bout be has won a number of new
admirers. Gotch apparently was suP-
primed with the tussle Zbysco gave
him, as he Is quoted as saying:
"Zbyaco is a big man with which to
do battle. He has wonderful strength.
As a matter of fact. I believe him to
be equally as powerful as Hacken-
schmidt. He lacks the cleverness of
'the Russan Lion.' however. My meet-
mag with Zbysco has taught me a
lesson I am not likely soon to forget.
When I met him I had not trained, as
I thought be would be an easy victim.
But I must confoes that be did give
me a hard battle If I ever meet him
again I will prove that be is no match
The following Is what the Pole bad
to may of the battle:
"If I meet Gotcb ag3in I will defeat
him. I am sure of that. I bad him
pretty well tired out. and in a battle
to a finish I think I would stand a tine
*bow. I want to meet him again, and
I wll show the world what I can do
to bis toe bold."
Since the big Polish wrestler has met
Gotcb he has received any number of
challenges from various mat artists all
over the country. lie has accepted
quite a few of these and from now
on will be a busy man.
MTe wo w r lb ie ia
wLe forI iA l y.
The m who lmenre his health
iowie both for tbs Emly sad
You my ams b halfthby wgu
lag it. It i worth Pgardlg.
At the first attack of disease,
which generally approaches
through the UVER sad mual
fats lse ti tiaumerable ways
And save your health.
Notice is hereby given that on the 7th
day of January, 191,. 1 will apply to the
county judge of Brevard county for
leave to sell at private sale the house
and land of the late J. W. Carlile, situ-
ate in section 5, township 22 south,
range 35 east. containing 7 1-2 acres
more or less. M. V. CARLILE,
Noltic e i i' lv, ivcii thlbat uiilr aa:l l l1.v
virtlit (I 1 fa i \i l \ i. 11 .i iill .ittactl in ul t i-.iiel
out oft 1l .i ciii t'il ti ,urI ill alid flor St. I.Liici
'oUIItV. Flc ridu. il a t-. iaii auiie |widuiigl
in said court wherein the Satioiml aliik of
Ne'w Irmel. a
W illis W R '.lM-11 ; allll I;. i-,, ;. III I aile
defendants. 1 havle leviel l iin .iai will. 1n11
the 3rd day of January. A I). 191i0. the iamuc
ieiug the first Mouday fi .llanuary. 1911. dur-
iug the lt-gal hours of sale. hlefr- thi court
house door at Tittaivillh.. Brevaard irOuuty.
Florida, sell for camh to the highest and Iv.st
bidder the following dclM-ribedl l4aid attached
and lying and being iu Bitcvrd c.,utity. Flor-
ida. towit: All of the oue-eighth undivided
interest ofthe defeudint Willis W. Russell in
fud to the lands hereinafter lduts-r:'htl. and
all the one-half undivided itntere*t of the de-
aendant George (i. RBouell in and to the land
hereinafter dte-ribed to wit: All of township
Apo" BDindy r"-
doa, SOW SblKm~lm
mud Iossov SIZEf
m YW NORIK.
EXACT rCOW OF WEAU.
Coughs and Cda
Can beCured by Taiaa FewDan
Balard's Horhound Syrup Comp.
A eough or a cold is generally the forerunnerof a more serious
sick spell They should not be neglected, the human breath
ing system is a combination of tubes and oelt, which must be
kept in good order to insure good health.
CURES COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA WHOOP G
COUGH, CROUP, INFLUENZA, ETC,
Price 25, SO aend $l00 Per Beede.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT -
500.502 North Secod Street ST. MISSOURI.
Sold casnd Rfcommendeod by
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.
DNO.A L o.Y
4 00 pim 9 : am I.v Jacksonville
13 2 pm to .b sm Lv .Autigustine
6 27 pm 11 56 am Lv East Palatka
M 01 pm I 13' pm Lv... Ormond ...
$ 14 pm I I pit, Lv.... lIavonat
a pm 2 3u pm Lv New mvyrna
1U 00 pm 3 36 pm Lv .Titiaville.
1043 pm I 19 pm L.v.....Ccoa .
1047 pm I 4 pm Lv Hoklt*l"ie.
11 20 pIm 4 )>7 pm I.v dii< tallie
II 30 pm 5 07in I.v.. Melbourne
i 28 am 7 05 im Iv Ft. Pier'e
:1 48 am 9 1 pm Lv W Palm Beach
6 30 am 11 30 pm Ar Miami
7 00 am .......... v nlia mi
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1044 am..... Lv Long Kev .
II 30 am .. Ar Kili cht- Key
* 00 pm r Kev Weit
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Corrected to Sept. I, 1909
No. 78 No. 82
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KeT over the Atlantic (Coas Line
ij~rtb of Jacaiionville iN bandled
on traaras b, arid 8-1
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arlmas with his so
-~-M as tree at the ebhrch
S e wl h b heal the all absorb-
Sto with o people old and
i The Mte peole hope Santa
to l to apper*.
n. M. lPrtr ad Br.. Carao
S? boat last Thursday ad
S. Snjl col ansr fenie that rfter-
l r series at night. The
1dfa mad Bro. Carson' sal-
. r paid upand the benevol-
mss will be all on had before Bro.
nabB leaa for conference. We
Saeio the fact that or winter
its and abs those outside the
awreb ina our community are a great
S to t ha neepinap theservices
Mawp---' LMd teelves steod with
,... Vi* M athrs, of Mi.ami is
a- er aaftrsan attdeurofinhinmas.
hae sw. Tab a wi of r Pe by tba
W 11 =r e te' aOMcaBMC y. M it GWU
a re art e W to a o oe uatil it become
|nlseMsi. oMed hialldealern.
| Un tALLIre
Mr. Hamilton, of Jacksonville,
ws in town this week.
J. T. Sell and family have return-
ed from their camping trip.
J. J. Tucker anditamily have moved
to Fort PIere for the winter.
Lo St. Clair, of Knights Key, is
Spending the holidays with his
Virgie Mathers, of Miami, is visit-
i SalHe Mathers during Christmas
M0. T. W. Taylor and wife, of Pleasant
Prairie, Wis., arrived last week for
Mi s Lena Roesch returned from
Hastings to spend the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Heddon are on their
commodious boat which is at anchor
in the harbor.
Mr. Pennington and family, of
I Jasper, arrived Tuesday and will be
here all winter.
A. B. Whilden and family returned
from Titusville Thursday and will re-
side here in the future.
A Christmas shower was given
Rev. J. T. Carson and family at the
1 parsonage on Wedneeday evening.
Mr. T. J. Shave and daughter,
Mis Carrie, arrived Wednesday from
Jacksonv-e, after a pleasant visit
Every one is looking forward to
the entertainments that are to be
held at the Baptist and Methodist
churches on Christmas Eve.
Indias River Conference Notes
The annual conference of the Meth-
odistAle-h closed Monday night at
Lakedl. The next conference will
be hel in Jacksonville. Appoint-
ments for Indian river, which is in
the Miami district, are as follows:
Edward F. Ley, presiding elder; City
Point and Itus to be supplied; Co-
co R. O. Wright; Fort Pierce, J. S.
Chapman; New Smyrna and Port
Orange, C. G. Mitchell; Sebastian,
James H. Owen; Stuart and Jensen
to be supplied; Tituville, H. F.
To Cu Cm tMhaL khei
Pain "A th ba lasknoe. k-eaebe
imdd m _a,,- -W e. ofMeth-
SMalla Lf kitdey,
Ladder ad mIan tOb eM. When ye feel
b-- fqu yr ~gas IuIkeI~
osYvk y hi* ayEd&I
5a<-(j., ma ,s Mz, .
.--mbsdmaw. o. A ,sa an, mI..--
hnrm Ilati0the Doeus not Show
tr kIrdkt CMitton Tlki
During the past month Messrs.
James N. MeKay and Cullen Pence
made a tour of the vegetable, citrus
fruit, and pineapple sections of Cuba.
Mr Pence bng president of th
SCoast ruit and Vegetable Asmo-
ciarion, was given a great deal of in-
ormaton tht otherwise might not
have been given, the following from
their report is taken from the St.
Luie County Tribune.
They visited the Messrs Orr Bros'.
place near Taco Taco, Cuba, who are
said to have as promising grove as
there is on the island. They have a
very favorable situation, good soil,
yet are using one-half ton of commer-
cialfertilizer to the acre annually.
These gentlemen think they have seen
decidedly better results from treesin
Florida of the same age and expense
used, and care in growing. Also they
saw groves where from one-half to
three tons of fertilizer peo the acre was
used, and did not show what they
considered satisfactory results.
The cost of maintaining a grove in
Cuba is very large, for eternal vigil-
ance is the price of the life of a tree
in Cuba on account of the luxuriant
growth of grasses and insects such
as Florida does not have to contend
Americans who went to Cuba after
the first Intervention seem to have
thought that the planting or the tree
was all that was necessary and that in
a few years a grove laden with fruit
would be theirs with but little care.
But the thousands of acres of desert-
ed groves show the folly of such an
idea. It takes more fertilizer and
more care to get anything like the
results obtained in Florida. As to the
quality of fruit produced, the grape-
fruit is finely colored where sprayed
and is most delicious, is full of juice
as one could wish, but not used com-
mercially in Cuba. The Cubans call it
the American orange and they do not
eat them at all. The growers must
depend on the United States and Can-
ada for their market.
The oranges while juicy and sweet
do not color up naturally so they are
not marketable in the United States,
but so far those who have been able
to produce fruit are able to dispose
of them on the island for about
double what Florida growers receive
for their fruit.
The Cubans have never mastered
the growing of citrus fruits to any
extent-because of the restrictions
plraed on growing citrus trees, while
under Spanish rule, and the high
tariff on citrus fruits is not an in-
S10 RewadI OI.
Th readers of this paper will be pleased
to that there iat least one dreadful
is--ea that elemee ha heeea ableto cure in
I .ll il sp, and (hat us Catarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure i. the omly punitive cure known
tothM redieal fraternity CatarrL being a
aemitastioal disees. requires a constitu-
tal reatmeaot. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
takes iternally, acting directly upon the
blood and auoae surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of the dis-
eame. and iviog the patient strength in
beilda up the coasiution and asisting
atar ln dou it work. The prprrietor
mtle hr thm to dep to oWr m-
The mai tomato sections are in the
icinit o Guinas There ista
crop pieted tis seaon, wholl
man who are indeed to the 'bld
ega" or country merchata, who
practiCally eatrolte crtps and who
n tu arn probably indebted to the
Havana broker; and a the Cuban
wer praters to deal with Cuban or
1ni merchants, they will actually
l their productsto them for a low-
er price ta to an American.
At Guinea there were over one hun-
dred Americans interested in grow-
ing vegetables a few years ago and
not a one this season, and other sect-
ions are more or less the same.
They estimate tbe tomato crop for
this season under favorable condi-
tions at about two hundred thousand
crates to be marketed from January
to the first of April. The crop is
rather late this season on account of
the hurricane and weather conditions
during the fall.
There is but a small acreage plant-
ed in eggplants and peppers, on ac-
count of poor returns of crops pro-
duced in the past.
A Stupendous Land Sale
One of the largest land sales ever
made in Florida, with the exception
o'f a few former transactions like the
Disston sale, was that made last week
which covers 300,000 acres lying on
both sides of the Kissimmee river,
212,000 acres of which is in Osceola
county, on the east side of the river,
and was the property of the Conso
lidated Land Co., of Jacksonville; the
remainder, to-wit: 88,000 acres, lies
in DeSoto county and was owned by
Walter Graham and F. R. McConnell,
who bought the same last year from
E. E. Skipper. The consideration is
said to be more than a million dollars.
The purchasers were F. R. Lynch
and associatesof St. Paul. Mr. Lynch
was the campaign manager of the
late Governor John Johnson, of
Minnesota. These gentlemen have
been among the largest settlers of
colonies in thegreat northwest. They
will place settlers by the hundreds
and thousands on their Florida pur-
chase. The land lies in the Kissimmee
valley and has advantages of soil and
location that are bound to attract a
vast amount of investment and pop-
While the bulk of this develop-
ment will be across the Kissimmee
river, the west side and east DeSoto,
including Avon Park and the Lake
region, will feel the touch and thrill
of the great movement. A railroad is
certain to follow. All headed towards
the Okeechobee and the Everglades.
0. A. STEWART
I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention
East Coast Meat Market
0. I. DURlE, AGENT
of all Kinds.
Corner Julia and Palm Strtet. one block east
from Railway Statiou
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timk fw the 6wr The Imes w0r --
avorbemo Inome is so on
cm b m~so1me irf0 mhV --I--
Not N OW Iwhie by mou smwIM e -.
come whw a msambread dyA&&--rIL
han acreirwM be wort
-AIAW M---- A wWWil
Handle the I
Heavy and S
Guns and SI
Paints and (
one of our
lard & Sor
Finest Lines of
3 at all times
)ils of Quality
Quotations for large or small orders will
be given personal attention. Mail Orders
solicited and promptly filled
I E. L. Brady G Bro.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
HAY, GRAIN AND FERTILIZER
We invite the public to visit our
store and inspect our stock and earn-
estly request that you get our prices
before you spend money elsewhere
We Can Save You Money
We0 Ca SaG Yon lo AM
Ask for our prices and allow
us to prove this assertion
We are agents for Ballard's Obelisk Flour, Chase
& Sanborn's and Barrington Hall Steel Cut
Coffee. Also the celebrated Mapes' Fertilizers
The famous Royal Scarlet brand of canned
goods-the finest food products in the world
E. L. BRAI)Y & BRO.
| Titusville, Fla. |
D. H. SPELL Dlr. J. C. SPELL. Kgsitered lPharmaaiet
BANNER DRUG STORE
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
haven't in stock
B. C. Edwards W. H. Ped
TITUSVILLE ICE CO.
Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water
Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Potits eo the lorida East Coast
INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
D-ealerin r, tnlIt and Fqnr-v r.rnflaria
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