The Florida star ( December 13, 1907 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
December 13, 1907


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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i PRESENT WEEK Why not buy him something use- J' AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains la Every Department
,fill Get his size and surprise him MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907. I j jLadies' I .
. ,Il with a new overcoat, or a suit of i Ii -- -- -,-
Pungent Notes Pertaining to Events clothes. See that it contains the ] Paragraphs About People that I black hose, worth 50 centsa Something About the People of Titus- t
l Schloss Bros' label, the guaranteed; pair, specially put up in boxes for
it" Transpiring About Town !clothing sell then he'll be ;1 Christmas presents, 3 pair in a box Yille
[ | we surely Travel Here and There for i as They Come and Go
'I $1.00.
. satisfied. j
, We
have handsome
: Dr. Miller, the dentist, will be ready j ;!styles to show many Suits and Men's overcoats, we have endless variety Dress goods, no doubt we have the I', Ladies' oxfords, in excellent variety
.. for business at his new office opposite' you. over- prices from $10.00 to $20.CO at ]largest assortment ever- : of styles, including golden brown, prices
coats from )( I
$10.00 to
the court house, Dec. 16th. $25.00. I from J.50 .
i Kline's. 42-inch voile, in blue and $ to $3 0 at Kline's.
, We also have a most beautiful line I navy
Dr. F. H. Houghton and his son, F. H. of neckwear and suspenders, put up I Miss Halfern, of Indianola arrived black, worth $1.75, special 51.29. I The pump for the Florida Extract

Houghton Jr., arrived in Daytona from for the Christmas trade, one to the Sunday on a visit to her friend, Mrs. Black and white shepherd plaid, j works arrived last week and work was
Westerville 0. last week for the win
Emma Renaker.Mr. guaranteed all wool worth 75 cents resumed the
f ter. box, a very pretty present, prices I i first of this week. .
f 75 cents to $3.00.Handkerchiefs. C. W. Doolittle has been very ill Monday[ only, 49 cents per yard. Mrs. ." "
Men's Cardigan jackets made in the Broad I j-! John R. Wilcox, whoisonavisit
cloth in all the leading
:, six to the the past week with an attack of neuralgia -
put here with her
up father
latest styles! colors navy blue, white and I shades blue black I and mother-in-law
but is including
" box, $1.50 per box.'VINSTON now considerably improved.You navy Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Warbinton,
gray, prices from $1.49 to $5.00 atKline's. expects -
t t. can't find a nicer Christmas pres- and gray, 52 inches wide, special her husband to join her here for
[ I S. BRANNING ent than a Victor Talking Machine. Indian $1.25 per yard. the holidays. Mr. Wilcox is now located
, The Indian River State bank and lead- Titusville, Florida. River Music House has them from Danish cloth, 22 inches wide, in in Jacksonville.The .
ing business houses here have been dis- i $10.00 up. beautiful evening shades, special 19 .
;,; tributing their calendars this week for cents ladies' fortnightly. card club met
1908, among which are some very lovely Club ReceptionThere See Blanche Pickert in the role of per yard. Thursday with Mrs. Adhemar Brady
Black mohair 44 inches wide
leading lady at Titusville house one and all
1' opera report a delightful time, euchre
ones.A was a large attendance of the next week with The Four Pickerts Co., of the best grades on the market, being the game for the occasion. Mrs.
fine daughter was born to Mr. and members of the Progressive Culture Dec. 19th, 20th and 21st. worth $1.50 Monday only $i.00 per Louis A. Brady will entertain the club
Mrs. Fred Scobie last Friday, the 6th club at the regular monthly reception yard. next .
inst., and it is now hard to tell which is given on this occasion by Mrs. S. B. Of course you will read Banner DruStore's Thursdayafternoon.
Same in blue and golden brown.
the Grandmother Scobie Rathbun at her home big Christmas display ad. on
prouder, ors cosy on Hopkins The Four Pickerts will the
White table damask.74 inches wide open up
Grandmother Holmes. street, Tuesday, Dec. 10th. page 8 this week. Their stock is immensely theatrical season in the Titusville
t The programme was as follows: Piano attractive and rightuptodateMr. guaranteed all linen, excellent de- house next week three nights opera

r Dr. J.until Sills Monday Daniels attending spent from to some Saturday solo "Sixth Nocturne," by Miss Fran- and Mrs. Garman and two chil- signs, worth $1.50 per yard, Monay's viz: Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

," important business in Jacksonville and ces Robinson. Song, "Love Me and the dren, their uncle, Mr.Garman,and Miss special, Sl.OO. Dec. 19th, 20th and 21st. Reserved seats
reports everything is moving on at a live World is Mine," by Mrs. C.J. Denham. Grace Kaufman, from Ashland, Ohio, Indian head, 44 inches wide already 75 cents, on sale at Branning's clothing
ly gait in the metropolis. who sang so sweetly that she was en- arrived here this week and will probably shrunk, specially good for fancy store; general admission 50 cents; child-
cored" and responded by singing"Dreaming. spend the winter in Titusville.Mr. work, 19 cents per yard. ren 25 cents.
Edward Ross of New Haven .
Dr. I.
it Conn., is now visiting his brother, Dr. The hostess, then saw fit to exercisethe Edward Fitzgerald, state inspector Lininp, 38 inches wide, good for Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Flagler left St. .
k J. B. Ross, in Daytona. The'latter has thinking mood by giving each "A of prisons and jails, was here Tues- shirtwaists and suits, specially Augustine Wednesday morning on a
I spent several winters on the east coast penny for her thoughts," and the prizewas day on his way to Orlando thence will shrunk, worth 25 cents per yard, special for the lower east coast. They
and we hope to see the two brothers won by Mrs., Adhemar Brady, which visit Dade county. THE STAR office acknowledges Monday only, 19 cents. were accompanied by Dr. Kenan Dr.
k down this way this season. was a lovely blue china vase with the receipt of a pleasant call. Ladies' black underskirts, made of Anderson Mr. J. E. Ingraham and Mr.

The large attendance at the guild bust of Napoleon I painted thereon, be- One of the newly purchased mules for the best quality heatherbloom, worth J. C. Salter. Mr. Flagler has quite re- .
meeting held at the residence of Mrs. ing very appropriate as the present the county road work died a few days $2.00, special $1.29. covered from a severe cold and he and #
: study of the club is that of France, the his wife are glad to get back to Florida.
Jas. Pntchard Friday afternoon reminded ago. It was in fine condition and died Black ami silk, could hardly be told (
t consolation went to Mrs. Frank Battle, almost before the harness could be taken After visiting the extension work they i
us of old times. About score of ladies who has good cause to be delighted withso from fine quality of satin, specially will spend most of the season at the
and all enthusi- off of it. Veterinarians paralysis of for and ladles'
were in attendance were good a friend as was found in the good lining un- Ancient City.
astic over the prospects for the winter'swork. little cabinet. the heart. derskirts, 36 inches wide, 25 cents

Mrs. Rathbun then gave us a few familiar Mr. J. M. Codman, president of the per yard. Grand Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett of '

A Mr. Frank M. Wilson of Canaveral, quotations, in her usual natural Canaveral club, accompanied by his son, White nainsook, specially good for tiful Daytona Rapids home Mich.last,reached their bea-

c- arrived Monday night from Jacksonville and charming style, which was so much was the first to arrive at the club house underwear,worth 20 cents, Monday's came down in a special car Friday., arriving They at
where he had been serving as a enjoyed that by special request shegaveus this season. They reached Titusville special 15 cents per yard. Jacksonville over the Atlantic Coast
grand juror in the United States court a recitation,after which refreshmentswere Tuesday and left immediately on the
t. California all wool blankets, silk Line, and was there transferred to the
for one week. Although he enjoyed his daintily served by Misses Grace club boat, the Widgeon.The Florida
bound, pink, blue and red borders, East Coast railway. The whole
stay in that city he was glad to get Rathbun and Fannie Budge. Victor Junior Machine is '
r back to Banana river. The guests then bade the hostess adieu Talking worth 1.00, special $2.98. party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. .
r not a Duplicate can be had Miss Helen
each carrying homeward fond toy. parts Children's tain'oshanters, made of Blodgett, Blodgett Delos
: Rev. W. F. Allen went to Tampa brances of this occasion. remem- same as for high priced machines. The the best quality of colors,navy Blodgett, Norma Blodgett, Mr. and
: Tuesday morning to attend the annual Junior is the child's delight. Get themat serge Mrs. Chester Hartsen, Misses Sarah
The fund realized this occasion will blue and red worth
on $1.25, special
conference. He carried with him a fine Indian River Music House for$10.00. Smith Cornelia Van Dohlin,Anna Baker
report of his charges here, which includes go towards new books for our library. All the latest records 8 inch 35 cents. 69 cents. and Sadie SispardMen's
E. B. W., Sec
New Smyrna, Osteen and Cocoa. Mail orders promptly filled on any '
.. Every claim against the charge is fully ---- i Mr. Elmer A. Kinney clerk in chargeon of the above goods. clothing, latest styles, prices
The Four Pickerts Here the Jacksonville and Miami railway from $10.00 to $20.00 at Kline's.Valuable .
to Play
paid, a condition that was obtained last Juuus KLINE, Titusville.

year under Mr. Allen's charge. He has This company, which is a favorite tendent postoffice of is a candidate instruction for of superin-Duval-
Real Estate For Sale
the work before him and
been alive to
with Titusville audiences closed several
in the June Church Notes
county primary. Titusville
the conference will return him 1))
we hope nights engagement in St. Augustine people well remember three Five acres, beautiful building site,
years ago
for the coming year. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at LaGrange -
I Wednesday of this week and will appear this month when the mail car on the fronting 105 feet on west bank of far
in the Titusville opera house Thurs- F. E. C. railway plunged into Indian [ on Sunday next at 11 a. m., and famed Indian river, 1J4 miles south of I
Sale of the Indianola HouseIt day, Friday and Saturday of next week, river, eight miles north of here, how at Titusville at 7 p. m. Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie Ma-

has been Dec. 19th 20th and 21st. Mr. Kinney badly injured, remained in The usual Sunday evening services at gruder, Box 125, Orlando, Fla. ,
reported pretty good r rIf
authority that the Indianola House at Reserved seats 75 cents, on sale at the car half full of ice cold water for the Presbyterian church next Sunday

.:;". Indianola, has been bought by a Mr. Branning's clothing store. General ad- for three hours and saved all the mail evening at o'clock, Sunday school at you want to please him with a t
mission, 50 cents children 25 cents. 3 in the afternoon, and prayermeetingat 't
Maxfield, a commission merchant of ; for the people on the east coast. If they Christmas present, go to BRAN- ,
New York city, who will make it his could vote in Duval there would be no 3 p. m. Tuesday. NING'S STORE, see the Christmas "
r : winter home, but the news can not be Large Run of Mullet doubt of his election. Dean Robottom will hold services on show case filled with beautiful
: Sunday, Dec. 15th in Cocoa at1la. m..
, verified as we go to press but Mr. G. The New Smyrna Breeze of last Sat- Mr. Geo. U. Irwin of Denver, Colorado and in St. Gabriels church, Titusville neckwear, suspenders,handkerchiefs

I W.first Schuyler of the ,week the owner that, advised the us the urday say that the mullet made their who was assistant manager to at 7:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited made up expressly for the Christmas ,

would probably be disposed of this property week. first "runs" Friday and Saturday and Mr. Bast two years ago in the Indian to the services. trade; ties, one to the box; handker-
many thousand were caught and salted River hotel, arrived Sunday and will chiefs, six to the box, prices 75 cents
down. Many more would have been again assist Mr. Bast in the manage- to3.00 each
:: ;' Hotel Indian River caught but the supply of salt was exhausted ment of the hotel this season. Mr. Irwin Indian River Drug Co. :,;

..lII in of letter from by noon Saturday. One mer- had a very successful season this COCOAFLORIDANow
We are receipt a I
Mr. McFarland's Circus Work
chant told us that he sold fifteen sacksof summer as superintendent of the Com-
Mr. Charles F. Dwyer, owner and proprietor salt in a day and a half. It will probably ready for business great Holiday
L of the Hotel Indian River, in mercial club, at Minneapolis, and for The Show World of Dec. 7th containsan Ii .I
r which it is stated that he will assume be three weeks before they will several seasons was manager of Shaw-i Display-fine toilet cases, toys excellent half tone cut of Mr. W. H. !, .
6 personal of that resort this make their last and final run and the nee Lodge, at Platte canyon in the 1 fireworks etc. Huyler's and Lown- McFarland, who claims Titusville as his
, 9 season and management he is now very busy getting season will then be practically over although heart of the Rockies at Shawnee, Col- ey's candies, Key West and Tampa home. Mr. McFarland's first adventure
. things in shape for the opening. We a few will be caught up to as ,orado. Last winter he was located in \cigars. Elegant line of stationeryand in the show business was in 1876 s a
feel sure that Mr. Dwyer will greatly late as the first of February. Cuba but likes Florida better. His Florida souvenirs. Always on boy magician with Stone & :\Iurr./s fl

improve on the management of former many friends here are glad to welcome hand first class :tock of drugs and circus. Since then he has been ideY)*:-

, years and it will be his earnest endeavor Lecture Monday Afternoon him again. t sundries. Prices right. Come and tied as side show manager with mo-t all
to place it back on its former standardof I the leading circuses of the country, aid .
There will be a lecture given in the FURNITUREDRY, GOODSSHOES see us. is now about to assume the management ,
eXfellence. I >>
Progressive Culture club room Monday I of the Annex and Concert withthe
Dec. 16th, at 3 p. m., by the From now on at Gardner'syou will t NoticeThe I! Sells-Floto shows for the season of -5

Lecture Rev. P.J.Robottom,subject, "Henryof receive with each CASH purchase, a.: annual meeting of the 1905.
"Passing from Darkness," by Ad- Navarre." ticket. When you have 25.00 worth holders the Indian River stock-I I I :Many features of the tented world '

hemar Brady, at Methodist church, The public are invited to attend. A you can obtain a high grade talking will be held at its rooms on Jan. :J'I I have been evolved from Mr. McFarland's -

Titusville, Tuesday next, Dec. 17th small fee of 10 cents will be charged, machine on the most liberal terms (, 100S, at :3 p. m., for the election I them being ingenious the wild brain man.prominent which among will be t 1.j'

at 7:00 p. m. Ladies,gentlemen and the proceeds to be used in buyingnew and at a fraction of regular price.It directors: and such other business as I I readily conceded by all circus men as ;!

the young people are cordially invit- books for the library. will interest YOU. j j I may be presented.JAS.. having been the most renumerative attraction I

ed. Lecture free. I E. B. WILSON Sec. Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 PKITCHARD, ever exploited as a side show

---- i: W. S. BRANNING, President. I I attraction. Mr. McFarland was also |ItI ,

Call at the Novelty Store and see I For Sale v Wanted I I Cashier.t. I the first to introduce high class minstrels I, .
side show feature. He :
was -
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the jewelry suitable for holiday pres- One pair thoroughbred 4 monthsold Position by young lady who has; .I Fine Box Candies at the Banner the first manager to grasp the im- | \::
ents. A souvenir given with each II pups, cross between setter and had ten years' experience in all lines Drug Store. I of a first-class side show exhibition -

purchase. I. 11. DODSO pointer, will be of right age to train of office work. Can handle corres- !I!I the superiority of which would j .

Complete line of Xmas stationery.I when season opens. Address D.,care pondence without dictation. Eight'l j i Orange and Grapefruit Trees |' tend to attract considerable elusive patronage t
to the show.
also tablets, pens, ink, etc., at Ban-: STAR office. years in present position. Anxious Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high j i Mr. McFarland is forty-seven years ,
ner Drug Store.Nursery. --- to locate in Titusville. Address Miss hickory hammock. Free from white j jtly. old. lie is a showman in all that the l,
A cool drink at a cool place atMANDY'S. Williams, 84 Cooper St., Atlanta, Ga. j
One year to two year old bud ; term implies, and enjoys the acquaint- J .,
Stock for Sale --- -- Prices from 25: to 35 cents. Carefully i ance and esteem of all managers and ,- :ii
Land for Sale artists throughout the circus branch of 1.I tI
packed and delivered at Oak Hill i,
Citrus stock grown on high pine Draying Eilhty arres in IJrevard county. U>ins the station. J. W. GRIFFIS I the profession of entertainment. \1. ,
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab- Braying or hauling of all kind promptly S. W. J or s. w. 1. Sec. 25. T :!I. I:. 31. and Shiloh, Fla.
lished 1886. Send for catalogue. attended) to. Mwt. all trains. Store :\. }V. l..r\: W i ..f Sc.i i.T.1.1w3t. For I Mulch Cows For Sale
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. wood for sale at all tim,",*. further particulars a M. I'. i-ireM'tRi A cool drink at a cool place at I II
H. E. HOLTOX o tti MANDY'S. Mr. C. E. King expects to witha ;
Holiday Goods Titnsville Fla. et"V I in Titusville today or tomorrow
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The Novelty Store has a full line FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.! ood for Sale The Alpine HotclTitus'ilIe. carload) of mixed .Jere) COWi'If 1

of books, pictures, games, dolls, go- Notify Mr. John Henry or write Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- .! you want an extra good milch cow.
carts,toys and candy. Give us a call. About 83 acres of good high land on me a card. M as. G. G. HOWARD ager. On the European plan furnished i 1 you cannot do better than to take 1
the east or ocean side of the' Indian riverat
choice out of this lot. .
6 I. M. DODSON. and lunch. Centrally :your 1
the Narrows, described as follows: LotNo. i I rooms quick 1
3, section 55, also lot No. :3, section Just Received :. located.,
for Sale -- ---- j Pacignana '
Pecans 36, in township south range 39 east. !I 1907 grown bean seed, extra early
300 seedling pecan trees, paper shell This land la unimproved but finely lo-; and l.UOOto 1. S4.00 bushel t' Wood For Sale I Shoemaker and repairer all work first i
variety. For sale at 25 cents each. First cated. For further particulars addressE. I per : Pine or oak, any length. Also plowing [ class and fruaranteed. Next door to +
come, first served. A. J. CARTER M. Low.Brockton F. O B. E. L. BRADY & BRO. and harrowing. See or address J.1v. Carrutbers: barber shot). Julia street +
Turnbull. Fla. Ma !. i i Titusville. Fla. Jam-on. Titu.-.v"ille, Fla. Titus\Ut'

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I '* I Iii Opposing Christmas Gifts. I COMFORTINGVORDS #

To make the Christmas holiday a

genuine day of joy without the "evilof I
Florida Household Will Find
Many a
i gift giving i> the aim of a crusadenow I

begun by the Chicago Roman's
Them So
ii club upon the suggestion of its president -I !" .

Mrs !? S. nIackwl'ld'r. and Mrs To have the pains" and aches of a bad

Ellen M Ileiirotin. chairman of the reform back removed; to be entirety free from

committee They say that the annoying, daa serous urinary disorders sis

: whole custom of giving at Christmas. enough to make any kidney sufferer
crateftil To tell how t hi!>great chance can
with the shopping mania. is pernicious
l 1'e bronzht about Hill prove wmfiuting

Thrna of CMIiifioii iiiAIt Lines fromWeIctWekr :Vmencan nd a symptom of degeneracy in word A. Orting to bundrnl", seaman of,Florida elr 41*> l reader-.. **l IVna -

a <-oa, Fla., tt-lis bow to do it, lie pays:
: .. "From e\-enence with Doan's Kid,

:_ :: --: 1 -. J I L FOREIGN I nev Pill I can strongly n-cnnimwkl
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tlirtij to anyone in net-d of; a good o* fi.rillt"

Ing William II. Taft for the presldenIt >ected that he will he rearrested on for the killne)'!. Kidney complaint

I I- POLITICAL j I ." It charges Taft with being the the charge of murdering Arthur Col Douma Strikes "Autocrat" Out. and backache caused me suuferiig at in-

first federal judge to employ "gon rn. ins at Tellunde. Colo., in 1902.: That the title of autocrat. which has ter\al for vears The first orcon l attack -

meat by injunction. President Gom been borne by the czars of Russia for I did not maid, tmt a tune wt-nt by
Common Law to Catch Trust.
Fowler Assails Cortelyou Plan. pets and the other officers were re- centuries, L, no longer tenable or com they grew wornami At times laid me up.
Representative Charles X Fowler. elected. Attorney General Dick son of Colorado atible with the constitutional" regimeliroclairned I could hardly walk and it was a ditfito!
Is the latest convert to the after while
theory matter to straighten; stooping
chairmin of the house committee on by the present czar in lWojwn'C
in recent ryan's Washington Speech. that the common law is sufficient to the kidney pecretiono w, .-re irrepilar anti
banking and curren a afhnued by the uouma now in ses
% wj. Bryan made his first formal) nbate the trust evil lie has begun; action unnatnrai.'s Kidney Pills cared
statement criticised most severely theaction sion at f>L Petersburg last week after I
of the party utterance since *lhe announcement thereon against the state combinations me From ix-ronal exi*-r nee know
a stormy debate on the speech from that this remedy cam Ir cJt'I>eiid !d uponto
of his candidacy. Nov 2 J, at the of grocers and coal dealers
. go\eminent in the throne. IJy a vote of 240( to 112 fulfill the n-{ rert.tali<>ii9 made for It."
its to three dollar dinner given in his honor which have boosted the prices of food
attempt the word autocrat struck frooi the
was .
f'\ relie\e the by the Democrats of Washington lieb.ln I and fuel until the public is wild to For sale b ail deal -rj'. Pru 51. C'eDN. S

\ financial by defending the donkey as a down them by fair means or otherwise reply which was then passed tinin'tuousjy Footer-MilLnrn (Vi,, iffak>, New York,
crisisEspecially amid scenes of intense excite- !'
sole for the United UtesRememlier
k 1 did party emblem because everywhere its I If the case is prated showing agents
.: m"lIt Members rose in their place the nanmeDosin'santitake
serving the people-the common secret and iopo'istic practices. an
77 t)1 he deprecate the peo- cheered and sang the national anthem. no other.
of thf> pIe. In his analysis: of the policies of Injunction is to follow the violation of
I issuing
C. : The final vote was taken after the ----- -
President Roosevelt he pointed to four which will be punishable with fine or
1, interest bearing withdrawal of the Monarchists on thno "> Plan to Pay Debt on Church Organ.
Inch were distinctly Democratic Imprisonment or l>oth. Ihckson, in
I certificates. He hand and the Social Democrats an 1 Th choir of a New Jersey CoBgregidonAl -
\ mnely railroad regulation: enforcement supporting the railroad commission
: \ thought there Group of Toil on the other. The result church his adopted a novel plan
of law against trusts arbitration law before the state supreme court.
was no ueces was regarded: as victory for the Constitutional \o pay off the debt on the organ. Theyire
for such and income tax, none of which how- charges the opposition!! with add n?
sity a Democrats under the leader asking members of the congrega-
e\"er. had the unanimous. support of his fuel to the flames of popular passion" I.
j course and that hip i of Professor Milukoff All of the ion to help them encircle the churvhg.roertY
/4 it would party leaders and in some of which he which would surely result In confisca-
prow amendments proposed by the Poles with two rows of peonies.
hind not gone far enough Then he tory !legislation: later on.
a disturbing: and the Group of Toil had been first re The distance i> 150> feet and when
/ factor in the (U-numerated the policies of Democracy Alabama Railroad Enjoined.The jecteui. The Socialists took no part in the scheme Is fulfilled the necessary

> I- ture.lncreasln which thtprl'sldent: had not indorsed- federal court at Montgomery, the proceedings t::;om Lave been ra18t'C.1.
; Hon. C. :\. Fowler amely tariff reform direct election
as |It did, the Via., has granted an order restraining
government interest bearing debt whenthere of senators' promise of independence tiny officer or other Individual from Portugal Denies Revolution.
I to the Filipinos lIe charged the presient i Premier Pranco sent American For of the ordinary diseases of the i
was alreadj S.MO.<(X10.000 in th* putting In force any of tbe rate laws any
papers a positive denial of the i'ersist- skin Chamlierlain'ssihe" jm excellent It
with favoring the tinlemocmtifoctrmosof i
treasury Furthermore he said he jisssl" by the I legislatures extra set,- .
( national Incon orition..hip : ent reports that Portugal was in aIr- not only I alla\>- the it* lung and smarting J
was not aware of any statute by which !sion. action being taken upon the apitlicntioir.of -
u'isidy" asset" curreneInll a militanI I tual state of resolution Nevertheless but effects" a mre For sale b\ Banner
these certificates could be construed to the Central Trust company
l'e:1 lawful basis for bank note circula stunt[ ; hence he concluded that th;*' : of New York. which owned the second the stability of King; Carlos' gou>rn- Drug Store and Tilu!'ville I'hiarmnary.CASTORIA.

president was "Democratic only in ment was generally questioned as it is i
tlon. of the Central
income mortgages Georgia;; -
pots" A feature of the dinner was the known that nearly all pnrtio hid united -
"Official Third Termers Rebuked. the I.ouis\iIIe and Nashville and
t' 1>!edze of Tammany support bv His allied lines It Is alleged that if the recently to enforce the return to :t t tI
r. In a letter sent to the heads of the >arliam< narv form. IlU'n the men"haiit -
rict Leader Hagan. a pledge which
laws into effect the roads will
c, various new go For Infants and Children.
governmental departments :: and moneved classes were said
Leader Murphy has since decl ired tote
be unablp to earn enough to these
.. President Roosevelt has made known pay to workmz hind in glove with the
without authority. Two incidents obli;:ntions a>id that it will be deprh'ing The Kind You Have Always Bought4l' 1
, his have his candidacy
unwillingness to revolutionists while the regular
of at the the
Bryan's stay capital were them of property without due process I
forced upon the next presidential refusal of Senator Daniel of Virginia This order which was issueJl by was believed to l e ready to forsake Bears theSignature
contention through; the political acth Carlos On the other hand the
% to attend the dinner and of Former ofFRIEND
lud;:e Thomas G. Jones places Governor t
_ ities of men holding official position Senator Stewart to shake hands with Corner and the state where It and his promier say tint it N nothing

;,?t'> This letter the substance of which his the Nebraskan Daniel told Bryan to was before the extra sessionPettibone's hut a t'mill'st in a t'nlHtau 1 by

been made public states that it has his face that he was trying to dictate he: dropping of a few useless offices

f/ been called to the president attention to the party. Trial Begun. held by courtiers! This was done to

rf that certain officeholders in each of the The trial of George A. Pettibone for Increase the royal income and stave .
Tom Johnson's Latest Reform.An m the murder of former
departments have been proving to complicity -.
ti off the bankruptcy of the royal 1 (amil
. order is'lU'tJhy! direction of Mayor CO"l'rt1or Meumnberg of Idaho was
< obtain election
as delegates to the m Money is scarce and business is greatly -
J' tional convention with the intention of Johnson of Cfeveland prohibits all begun at Boise :Nov 27. James II. Haw- I depressed. Mammy arrests followed!
4 city ball employees from using" tobacco for the state and Clarence
..r' advocating his reuominatiou or his in Icy opening the eli":orv of a depot of bombs at
it In any form while in the public build Darrow leading the defense. .
by state conventions This. Llsbo'i and the disclosure of a serious
The will lie the victimof
f' he sa 's. must not I.e. He directs the ngs mayor Maxwell Commits Suicide. plot III which the crown prince Luis
his own reform. as he is an inveterate
_ beads of departments to notify such Howard Maxwell, ex-president of the t'hilippe was in\olved and for which

;i'jl' officeholders as mal l.e necessary that smoker Borough Bank of Brooklyn who he was banished from court The kingis

*1 their acceptance of election as dele Illinois Rejects Primary Bill. was recently indicted and held under credited with starting the present

,4\.- gates instructed for this purpose or advocatmR The Oglesby primary bill was defeated heavy bail for criminal proceedings in crisis by trying to reform the pre\ail

a.. ;; such renommation will lie in the lower house of the Illinois' connection with that institution com Ing political corruption

,? considered a serious violation of ofll- 1 legislature Nov 2 i although it reonod milled suicide at his Brooklyn homeon

.:. clal propriety and dealt. with accordIngly (' 84 votes to 33 aeainst As the :Nov 2G by cutting his throatSOCIOLOGICAL A Fortunate Texan ri ti i

I- bill carried an emergency clause! the -:*
:\lr.lW.. Good lop. of 107 M. Lom! -
4 Bryan's Call at White Home. number of votes required was 102. On I 1 1More } H., Dala! Tex., says: "In the Pat i t
Goienior sent to
the Deneen
During his recent \"i'it to \\a!'hlns- same day sear I han become acquainted with Ir
;. ton to attend a Democratic banquet \\ the legislature;; a special message (.n fving'; New Life Pills" and no laxative

J. Bryan took occasion to call on PresIdent the navigibllity of the Des I'lame- Early Christmas Shoppers. I[ ever before tried so eflectuallv. deposes! TO FRIEND.The \

.. Roosevelt for a friendly talk. In river and the water power interest in Florence Kelly secretary of the National malaria and biliousness They don't
it acquired by a private company. in grind nor 1ripe. 2V at Titn \ilIe I'har- personal recommendation of people
.' the course of which he urged his plan Consumers' league writes
for the government guarantee of iiulivlduil Cortelyou Stops Note Issue CharitIes and the Commons that neve macv and Banner Pnij: 'tore. who han been cured of coughs and

d "i>o!
: president listened with interest to Mr Nov 27 that subscriptions so 1 large a nnnilwr of merchants no'i- S""tb You Have A!.ajrs BaR ?tt I have done more than all elstm m.tke it a

: Bryan's Tiews and asked many que-- to the new 3 per cent certificates re tied their customers that the ChrIst aafttre at# # I Staple article of trade and u mnun.e ova

tions. although It is understood that he celved after business" hours that day mas goods, are at hand. and nevu-g.liive. vf i I a large part of the civilised wor d.

did not commit hImself to any cpeciV would not IK considered owing;; to the so" many appeals l been made to the pnl

I line of action. large amount already subscribed and to lie through the press and otlVr :agon -

Chance Apportions Patronage. "the decided lmproeinent In business cies. In some cities postal cards .'arn'

conditions throughout the country" a personal request to buy early In
The j w o United States senator Crow
South lakota having VOle to a deadlock He said further that it was possiblethat others cards are hung in street cars and A tflifch in lime server nine.

as to the nominations for federal he could not make any more allot tore Indows Most of the signs read

, officer In that state. I'resident KOOM ; iionts Practically all of the subscriptions as follows: "To Christmas Shopjters Save many a sick s ell !

i to this SinonnOfKiO note issue had Buy your presents l'arly-early In the
>elt when the two senators were together childBALLARD'S
: in his office recently solved tin come from the banks and not from day and early In Deceinlier That will by giving Ihe

difficulty by having them draw cuts" peop'e of moderate means and it wa lie your b'gzest! gift "f tbf holidays to

. as to the order of choice using far:* !rop l .sed to sell the Issue" to the banks the worker behind the counters and :

' pieces of paper and when these wen by requiring them to pay in onequarter on the delivery wagons"
of the amount Mibscnl and tu HOREHOUND SYRUP
,, exhausted he resorted' to the common I Sinclair Adopts Gypsy Life.
:e3"-e on deposit the other (three-quar
' Ti practice of flipping a coin The result Lpton Sinclair the novelist whose
' that the choice of nominations ters. against; which they may issue' EVERY MOTHER
4 was attempt to solve the servant" and child

t : was appoitioued almost equally be- bank notes This policy was regarded training problems through; the organiZatIOn phould keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound if she
l>v many memlitrs of congresas! !! a
: tween the two men. and the presldentsk of a conerative suburb home wishes to save her children from serious
I>oid kp*'IN. It ,','11-
surrender to Wall street It was credit!
embarrassment was much relieved although : wa halted bv the burning of Helicon tains absolutely nothing injurious, docs not n'n=-tipatt-. d. ,ni
ed to the Influence of J. P.
there may be a strugg'e! wbcn Morgan i Hall near New York I last spring has in for children as well as adults.

- .. the nominations come up in the senate who was in conference with the pre"ldent ducvd i few of his friends to join him A cough often leads to consumption and !should be checked
and Secretary Cortelyou at Wash! immediately.
for ratification in <.!!<' '..tttins the solution! ou a quitec
% Ingtou last week
::::4 Justice Assails Constitution. ; different! plan. They A Household

t_ Justice Walter Clark of the North I kEGAL-CRMINAL I are virtually to turn Necessity.

Carolina supreme court in his New ;;: isie.oruilug I .:T. C. Smith, houston. T.'xa!', writes: '.I have used!

: York address tried to show bow the I to a statement fur Ballard Hon'hound Syrup in my family for the pat

!-f. federal constitution was deviled to Control of $tate Railroads. nishod the pre> bySinclair's few p'aTs. and find it far superior to fillY other cough

. r suppress the will of the people rather Judge !siu:>orn in the Lulled Mates friend Ml medicine MP ha'trif>d. Fry household bhould be
suppliedvith this ."
':' than to express It and erged the calling ourt of apiHri's! jt st. Paul has gncua ; chielilliams.him- worthy roiuedy.

. : of a convention of the whole people deti-ion directly opposed to a rl t'\'ut self a story writer The Delight of Children.

? to revise It in accordance with decision In the s.ted states court for 'tf of note the"l'ral

ts present need and genuine democracy. the Sixth district" This latter contended families of this new COLOHS COLDS, MOOPINQ

' ; 4. lie especially attacked the supreme that a r-.l lr"Hl becomes subject to group will dwell In CURES' ", SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS -

court for presuming to amend the con federal control on!" wbeu the lines of tVton Sinclair a caravan of wa;;- AND ALL LLNQ TROUBLES.

f ; S. vtitution and to nullify the acts of the railroad cross the border of the ons for nn indefinite period !stopplnz PRICE 25c 50c and $1.00

; congress, saying. Mora complete do state JUc!<:sanboni says the powerto when and where It suits their fancy to ,

.. mal of popular control of this government regulate commerce among the states pitch tents and staying as long as they AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. f'a I

could not have been conceived 'Is pat amount to all the powers of the like 'Helicon Hall on the hoof" Km .

than the placing of such unreviewabl states If Independent and lawful clair is quoted as speaking of the new t-

, power in the bands of men not elected exercise of this congressional power experiment They are to start al.oiX Ballard Snow Liniment Co. iye

I by the people and holding office fo and the attempted exercise by a state Jan. 1 In southern California and travel _'

life." He said that we retain only the of any of its powers impinge or con slowly northward taking the whole 500-502 North Second Street -

form of democratic government fllct. the former must prevail and the summer to reach Oregon Later they t I

J Federation to Fight Taft. latter must give way." hope to tour England and the continent !- ST. LOUIS, MO., c'. : !

1 One of the last acts of the America Adams Jury Disagrees. Sinclair calls it "a practical pro- !
test against landlords The childrenare '- /i-4. :
Federation of Labor convention at Norfolk The jury at Ratbdrnm. Ida., wbicb i
to 1* cared for iI
':. was to adopt a resolution ex has been trying Steve Adams for tbe cooperatiely by a I
governess other helpers taken
prewtaff the conviction that a great murder of Fred Tyler was unable to along Sold and I
4 will be stenographers grooms, maid by I
; political party conld not more wantonly agree and was discharged. Adams was

": affront and outrage the organized admitted to bail in $:;:OOOO. It Is ext and vegetarian a good cook. The meals are to 1* Tl.1uBv11.1o: Ph.nrD1&oy Ltfl.d. 1

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';::iITEIS OF NEWS Geo. B. Cellon whose success at raising Over-Work Weakens FATHER OF NINETEEN. The Farmer's Wifo.. -

tropical fruits is well known is now Is very careful about her churn. She

shipping the Trap avocado to the north Your Kidneys. County Commissioner of Hillsboro Becomes scalds it thoroughly after u:
t2':; IN PAIR FLORIDA 3rn markets. He is now realizing $II ProminentThe it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows
i ; I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. that if her churn is: sour it will taint the
dozen delivered at the depot at
,, : per Tampa Tribune says: butter that i is made in it. The stomach is

tT-;: ; What is Being Done Towards the Development the depot in Miami, and has orders All the blood in your body passes through County Commissioner A. C. Turnerof a churn. In the stomach and digestiveand

y more than he can fill, for Decembei your kidneys once every three minutes. Clearwater, whose thorough workon nutritive tracts are performed processes 4

of the Peninsula lelivery at $6 per dozen. The fruit The kidneys are your which are almost exactly like the
/ blood purifiers they filter the board has gained for him the so- churning of butter. Is it not apparent

i f Assistant State Auditor Saddler has will be coming on now and will be V V a! t out the waste or briquet "watchdog of the treasury," then that if this stomach-churn is foul it

i k... examined the books and accounts of available until January. The Trap is impurities the blood.If has another claim to distinction whichwill makes foul all which is put into it? V
they are sick or out The evil of a foul stomach is not alone
of the finest of avocadoes and is
& Tax Collector Jones of Nassau V V even lasting than his
county prove more
, cf order they fail to do the bad taste in the mouth and the foul
U J: and has found a shortage estimated prolific producer. He who raises th their work. watchfulness of the county's lucre. breath caused by it, but the corruption of

a \, at between $3,500 and $4,000. fruit In quantities_ for the market is Pains,aches and rheumatism Commissioner Turner on Sunday the pure current of blood and the dissemination V

issured of a fortune.Miami New come from excess ( of disease throughout the body. p
!! J. Y. Barnes shipped from here last cf uric acid in the morning became the father of a bounc Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dbcovery

i I i j/:". week 1047 pounds of beef hides, from: Record. blood, due to neglected icg: baby boy. That is not unusual i& makes the sour and foul stomach sweet. <

! :: 1 which he will realize about $150. This Assessed valuation of real estate anc kidney trouble. south Florida, however, but the fact It does for the stomach what the washing
trouble and bath do for the churn
Kidney causes quick or unsteady sun -absolutelyremoves
, 4' is a new thing for Inverness as such i personal property in Tampa for the heart beats. and makes one feel as though that the youngster will be the nine- every tainting or corrupting; ele-

I -:: shipments are generally made from present fiscal year, according to the they had heart trouble, because the heart is teenth to have the privilege of callingMr. ment. In this way it cures blotches,

other points.-Inverness Chronicle. books submitted to the city counci' I over-working in pumping! thick kidney- Turner "papa" is somewhat unus, pimples\ eruptions scrofulous swellings
I poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It sores or open eating ulcers and all
,If uaL On account of the arrival of the
reaches total of $13i4S,41C.28.; The
Mrs. Sheldon B. Stringer of Brooks a used to be considered that only urinary humors or d i leases a rii ng from bad blood.

... ville president of the Florida Division assessment, although the total amoun troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, nineteenth child, Mr. Turner's west If you have bitter na ty. foul taste in

United Daughters of the is about $200.000 higher than that of but now modem science proves that nearlyall coast friends are said to have deter your mouth, coated tongue: foul breath,

Confederacy constitutional diseases have their: begin- mined to either re-elect him as com are weak and easily tired, feel depm-ed
died of pneumonia at Columbia, S. C. last year, is a very reasonable one ant ning in kidney tr uble. and despondent( have frequent headaches,

'I, Iqnday, last week, where she was visiting coupled with the fact that the administration If you are sick you can make no mistakeby missioner or send him to congress. It dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stomach -

J a daughter on her return from the gen has reduced the millage from first doctoring your kidneys. The mild is not recorded that he will ask President constipated or irregular bowels, sour

: and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's Roosetelt for a pension, however or bitter Things after eating and i*>or
22 1-3 to 211-2, makes it evident that
convention of the U. D. C. at Richmond
era Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is appetite,these symptoms,or any con-ider-
as was recentiydone by the mother of
t Va. the burden on Tampa tax-payers is be soon realized. It stands the highest for its able number them indicate that you are

ing considerably lightened. The In- wonderful cures of the most distressing cases eighteen children in another state. suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy
The trial of B. B. Lowman and son V liver with the usual accompanying indigestion -
creased assessment is made solely on and is sold on its merits g-
or dyspep and their attendant
Geo. B. Lowman of Bronson Levy
t by all druggists in fif y- :: : .. A Home Made Chamber- derangements.r .
bunlap improt'ements.-Tribune. and one-dollar "tth4 '_ ..:. : Happy by ...L._ L., _& ______ ,______ &_ __ .fI_ _
county. for the killing of cent siz ". "".0 .. lain's Cough Remedy "-_; .. ;, VW_'"cmeatV
Phinney, was Concluded Wednesday at On behalf of J. K. McDonald, as receiver es. You may have a _, _
sample bottle by mail Home of swamp-Boot Aliout two months ago; our baby girl Iflfl,5._ um rt 1 1 1C"ffi
Gainesville the B. B. Low- of the Ft. Dallas National Bankof
jury finding .and
free also how find _
pamphlet telling you to had measles which settled on her lungs oa
man not guilty and the son guilty of Miami Hudson & Boggs filed a bill out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. thpef""VI"
and at last resulu-d in a severe attack of 'f'n_ !ikl :
murder in the first degree, with a rec in the Federal court Tuesday asking Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer .".j njce's1-n A&ri
bronchitis. We hail two doctors but
& Co., Binghamton N. Y. no
ommendation to mercy. for a receivership for the Halcyon Hall i.iVscLuxVurLS. That this is absolutely true
IVm't make any mistake but rememberthe relief was obtained. Everybody thought will be readily proven to your satisfaction
Jesse E. Burtz editor of the Hotel Co. As no objection was raise! if will but mail card
j name. Swauip-rnot. Dr. Kilmer's walllp- he would die. I went to eight different you a postal requestto
i Gainesville Sun, has just compiled and by any-one as to the appointment of a Root, and the address ninghaniptim, N. Y., Mores to find a certain remedy which had Dr. R. V. IVrce. Buffalo. N. V for a
free of his booklet of extracts from
1 .'' published a city directory which gives receiver for the hotel property, the on every bottle. !been recommended to me and failed to the standard copy medical authorities giving

i V Gainesville a population of 7,335 of court granted the prayer of the petitions get it, lien one of the storekeepers in- the names of all the Ingredients entering
!li i>ted that I try Chamberlain's Con h into world-famrd imtlu-iiu and shonv-
I! which 3,900 are whites and 3,435 Bet and appointed Jos. A. McDonaldof 1 Remedy I did FO and our baby is ali"eand hug what the mot eminent medical men V
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EDUCATIONAL of the age say of them.
Miami. The movement
groes. The last census in 1905 show was madeso well today-Geo W. Spence, HollySjiriiip'
__J : N. C. For sale by Banner Drag
ed a population of 5,254 of which 2.S25 that the hotel can be opened and ;

run during the winter season and the Columbia Holds Mock Convention. Store and Titusville Pharmacy.
whites and 2,429 colored.T.
were I
The/ofOt J'al..al1k Sd of Yacht and 8(1f11.B..iLJi.Z -
1 court was informed that there was emery A s an exercise ID the duties of citizenship !- Books nrr Publuked.RUDDER
L. Goodwin & Co., merchants at
prospect that it would be so leased the political class of Columbia
V % Ward City, made an assignment a few University held :I mock lioptihlirnn national
. under the care of a receiver and the
deys ago, naming J. P. Parmenter, of convention recently. The onljoutsider
orders of the court. moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed HOW-TO BOOKS I
V 1 Jacksonville as assignee. The firm lost who participated was Timothy under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing
built from the lines
Over torts have bn
their stock and store by fire last December One of the mackerel seine fishermen I. Woodruff ex-lieutenant suremor it drives away moths and worry Twelve printed pro in these tooksSutcessfuily uileJ m
of New York !'tatTht' favorite sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
without any insurance. Thev coming In from the lower bay Wednesday candidates In the order of opnlar- Six packets 50 cents drnsfdst doesn't have it. draw" m|? of all parts, showing what" it is and .

rebuilt and soon started in business morning reported that he fell in Madigan Powder Work,Selection 848 how to nuke ItT cxt extremely simple.
Ity were Hushes. I.n Follette.: Hoot Clark.8v1l1e.luwa
- again, but the loss sustained at the with a school of sharks and not only Cannon. lJooMet.! ansi Fair HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
K(o.t rew rathmt Lark.*,.} to taiU.tnmM.n im m
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) time of the fire seems to have been too lost all his fish but has his net practi- 'banks. On the final ballot Hushes re ......p, gouil naog homt lot a b,.7>

heavy for them to overcome-Bradford cally ruined. He had made a "run" and ('("In'l1ott'S lull La Follette 3T.i. REASONSFor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
A fine tact for ftrrnoi uilnx toorkuir boat b
t tit..I....... 1I..5- ._;or...b.dt .. V V
Co. Telegraph. figures that he had fully three hun Established. ;sta.pot
Teaching Fellowships Buying a High Speed, Ball nit; fall,..o....i pirtam of completed .....1&.

t All of the barges and other crafts dred pounds of mackerel in the haul, Eleven teaching; feilowshuis have Bearing HOW TO BUILO A RACING SLOOP V

f that will -be used by the R. G. Ross when they were attacked by the shark been established at the University of winnrr MoM in nrrmful Anrtira Axa nrmf sal machine AlJItralia rrtr; cuj dmgiwd to baud; s;puts...*

F' of the monsters Kansas for graduates of special merIt. "Standard" Shuttle town",ta.
Contracting Company in dredging the actually strikingat Rotary
Each fellowship entitles the holderto
. new canal are being overhauled and the mackerel as the fisherman was Simple cixl prartiraL ho.ia< how contract$S......
$2;:>. and he is obliged to teach not ball lor UY"U h any 5J4.W. venl othn piaoa! .
} made ready for use, the contractors ex in the act of taking it out of the net Sewing Machine V
more than seven hours a week. The HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
; What fish the sharks did not kill escaped -- -- A fine all (ranm! rrawnv boat. good rabm .....n..
V pecting to begin on the jetty within a remainder of the time i is to be devotedto laJrr, ..,.Uc lot ha.uw ".".... ;

I few days. It will take several monthsto in the holes they cut in the net. investigation leading to an advanceddegiee ONLY ONE REASONFor HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP tJ

build the new south jetty and make He says other fishermen also had trouble buying any other machine, sm.ia A sad Tfcrrr piaL little.aU.e boat witS nodvnto_1Iaap.M \

the addition to the sea end of the north with shark, which were especially To Foster Humanitarianism. viz.: It is cheaper. But there is HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
Miami K..T to the craft..a ko.
numerous Tuesday night.- Metropolis. -
: jetty. Quite a large number of men Announcement is made that Columbia to begs,,.tbut.In built very ctaeaplj, itbct loop crust nj
difference in the
more quality
V will be employed on the work.-Miami university has received an anonymous HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA

gift of $lCk0() ) to establish in than in the price. complete drvnpt.ra of bow. t.""old_model;urn u.. V
. Metropolis. 3t skiff sad m ml at niuIds.PRICE
t Rumors are floating around that memory of the late Henry lk-rb; a

!. The present crop of oranges is bringIng some great building operations will be foundation to Inculcate a spirit of kindness i The "Standard" ROTARY SHUTTLE : $1. EACH:

lots of money into Volusia count). .commenced in Key West within a few consideration toward the lower NEVER STOPS when the machine is in ",['AID ST CXPNCSS ANYWHCMC

The growers are realizing good prices I months by the F. E. C. Hotel Company.It animals. >l>eration. Old style shuttles start and Bound in cloth-Coll Irttfrint-Sue oja.
!STOP TWICE to each stitch. Just thinkof 9 by 11 inchur",cirarl/nirawn plan V
J for the fruit and the crop is larger than is a well known fact that a new betel
the extra strain and wear that this
V expected during the summer. It will in Key West has been talked of for Cures Blood Skin Diseases, Cancer, makes! The "Standard" Rotary Shuttle THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
bring more money into the county thai some time and the renewal of gossipat Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf moves on continuously without a jar.

did the preceding one for the reason present is founded on the recent The needlebar has only two motions to Sfnd'Qc4tur IOtal/.'..Library? Catalogue. of foots for
blood is thin di erl
yom impure, ea' every stitch, whereas the vibrator bar lias J
that the prices are so much better. The visit of some of the heads of the company hot or full of humors, if yon haw bloodon. four.

V crop about DeLand will be from .0,- to the Island City. As Knight's }( <: cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, Xo heavy balance wheel required to

to 80,000 boxes, not quite as large as Key: is to be used as a terminal this scrofula, eczema, itchifl risings and carry motion over the stops and s-tarts. p&rs5EEiis
V bump prnhhy. pimply skin, hone pains,
A portion of it The momentum of each stitch helps
lastear's large
crop. winter it is very probable that work catarrh, rheumatism or any blood or make the next.

has been sold to buyers as it stands in will soon be commenced there on buildIngs skin elipl't', take Kotanic Blood Balm I.-'s noise than anv other machine. .; nrss.purity an.l reH-

the groves.-Volusia County Record.In which would be necessary to accommodate ((8 B B.) Soon all sore heal, ache RI'NS:" 75 PER 'CE T. LIGHTER .I S VkV u' are.biiity.1.5ry'sSIId in a class by them)

: and pain stop and the Wood is made THAN OLD STYLE MACHINES.The ; I (V selves. Farmers V
the suit at Fensacoia lor $10,000 the traveling public during nnre and rich. Drnzzfots: or by express fact that it is the most rapid sew .P. -4 ha,e confidence

damages against Admiral B. M. Ben: their short stops there, while trans- $1 per larjr-l little :Simple free by writing lug machine made i N conclusive proof that cc-u.t44 $, Ill'-- '9' they inthembecatbe know they -V

now commandant of the Norfolk navy ferring from the train to steamships.-- Jlood Balm Co_, Atlanta, Ga. B. B.B. it is the lightest running, and good evidence p.-. Vs/p cant*relied up
i.. peciallv advised for chronic, deep- it N quiet.It t on. Don't experiment
. I brought by B. W. Seely, for be Miami News-Record. very -tt. with cheap
yards i
j seated it after all else tails.Last .
ca!es, as cures i is the mot rapid; sewer-makes two

Ing ejected from the naval reservationnear motions of the treadle to three of other -4T' ? ty lies;n buying
A'l of the piers to the Long Key
Pensacola. the court on Friday w"e.-k wa a great one for casualties machines in sewinsrthe same length of -V. seeds sent out t>T
,viaduct the building of which is classed a conscientious
rendered a verdict in favor of the de in Pittslmrjr In that city there were eam. It makes 175; stitches while others tnutworUty ( f
as one of the greatest engineering make W). 's4.f house. -
fendant. Seely did business in the thirty acvidetiH o-i the football field and It nukes both the two thread lockstitch 5 V'-: ;. F rri' S.wd A.srnut 5-
feats in the world, have been placed torii.ItI-E. AS4ISPSM.liui
i town of Warrington, whose citizens : v0 wt"tMin r* during the seven aj-s. and the single thread chain stitch.It .IIaIIlT.1IIR
and all to this
now remaining complete
are subjected to the regulations of th > -- nukes the prettiest! and most elastic .
monster structure that has required Children's "titcli.Tension". -
commandant of the yard. This court 80 YEARS'
more than two years of labor and ac- not changed by change of ,
held that Seely violated the rules of favorite>ld,' i'" White's CicaniVrtni- peed, size of thread, thickness of good'", -
of several million dollars. U.
the admiral when he was commandantof expense film, the cure f>r WUfm" ai -i all\\ children nor length of'till'what' oilier machine

V and that the ad- .the finishing of nine arches. With this dis-euM It not only kills\ the worms, but -an do a* much?
the Pensacola yard,
and the laying of the railroad track removes the rivicu.iul .-Ii IIIII' in which !p.1f>& not break thread when machine 'i
miral had power to eject any personfrom
V i>- r'IIII..kI..I"Tilt.
across it. trains will be moving south they Iniild their m"'i- Its a.-tii'n 01 the : "
the reservation. : Rotary ha* the bir;.'e>t
ward across the intervening keys to child i:' mil', and I 1.-ave-. bun in a be.t'thy: I loblmi of anv lockstitch machine. I Hold
Tuesday morning engine No. 20 Knights Key where another and of Nu. *>
even condition. Ji e H.uait'IOl1llllaC, T 'hll., Ito yards :b cotton V

'J which was emplojed on the extension greater piece of work is to be encountered says that I..- K.IVV M e of lk cluidrcn The tension releau-d when taking; ,rT1' -
'nt the .'xsIs.
& works toppled over into the waters of in the building of another con- White'"itM'ii Vrriiiif.ijc; wiit'ii II..- doc Anyone ending "
The shortest needle ued in lock Mitch) quickly &vrtain ( f
the Gulf of Mexico as a result of runn- crete viaduct It is now positive' as ili< ilii u :-.a.1 "I)."'. ;tiid frii-H tiie tir"td iiMchine) ?-therefore I less liable to bend iiiTentinn H ""
1. U"ns tnctIyr<"' (
ning into an open switch. The acci serted that unless unforeseen difficulties .IMlite cbii l (I' ..- .. 7:; w.rin-. :od! by I and skip stitrlie". eent fr_ OMe aar

I dent happened at or near the Central arise that the trains will be run- Banner I)nisr Mor.. au>l Titu-viIe!! 1'iurumrv Feed motions all positive-nos|>rineil ..... Special Patents notice taken, f g. :
n -hence: machine ill few over all
Supply Station while the locomotive ning to Knight's Key inside thirty thicki.esfes of good and seams without Sti .
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I. was backing with several freight cars. days.-Miami Metropolis. "chewing" the cloth) no matter: what A hnndsomety -

was in charge length of t-titch. enlatwm of an5 : i
Engineer George Bay e5 *mtr: four months
i51V \Villwear twice as long as other lock
of locomotive, but as there was no For a mild easy action of the bowels a MUNH &
{ !'ttch! machines. .
dose of Poan is REFUNDED.'i
single Rrjnilets enough.
unable to Branch 01lee. -:
:1 light on the switch, he was Treatment cores habitual constipation. 25 BUCKETS SEEM SUCCEED! 'n-!'t set of attacJimenta in nov ma,

see that it was open, and got his first cents a "\Ix. Askyour druggist: fur them. chin*. r.a.lj.l'tinf'o! { and fastenwl to the t
1. SPECIALOFFER: bar of the foot.Best
when the cars in presser! in place KILL
.. warning of danger M *. to *.0. Hew ButecMt AtrUlwUT ball bearings, fitted with adjustable .
began to leave the track. Mr. For Over Sixty Years mike you oar permanent caitomer.t AND CURE
front Prize Collection cone S're's to take up wear.
Bayles jumped from the cab and suffered Mrs. Winslow! Soothing Syrup has e .U kinds Most easily threaded of any machine 1
n lb.Sn.m:Tval.S sptend4'0.-.S hem YaM-
sprain of one of his legs. been used for over sixty years by millions' Sill;at l.s4.'I i.a.-so vanities IA&U.VAL&TY.LD made.iiecaiiM.
a severe of mothers for their children while teeth. TO PLZAME, all s.inmarhine WITH Dr.

Other men who were on the engine jug, with perfect success. It soothes the Write to-day: Mention ibis -per. tifvinj; to the ,.npt>riorityof companiesare the 1

also jumped and escaped injury. The child, softens the gum, aMays! ail pain -'wnwwwwvwSEND -tandard" Rotary Shuttle by bringing

rolled down into cures wind colic, and is the best remedy 10 CENTS out anl offering for tale rotary shuttle New
.cars and locomotive ..__.....,*,1"...nmft Skim Y$1.blmI \
will for diarrhoea. It will relieye the poor mu tunes. These machines they do notattempt
and water where they -r= '' : t'
the mud little sufferer u ":
Is immediately. Sold by druggists ............. ... ...... to sell, knowing; they are defex-t- ..
stay until wrecking machinery in every part of the world. Twenty L I. .. -- .. ; he, owing to our control of basic patents; FOR
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five cents bottle. Be and ak for .
brought into use. Mr. Bayles was a sure but they do use them as an argument

:;t.-,'. this city and Is resting "Mrs. Winslow'e Soothing Syrup," and against rotary machines in the effort to AND ALL
brought to take no oh'"r kind. Guaranteed under I sell their old style vibrators

1 very well at his home on Fifth street. the food and drugs act, June 30th, HOG.
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THE- FLORIDA STAR GEORGIANA Andrews is looking after the workon

z' Mrs. Lou Walker, of Lotus, was the Edge saw mill. LEGISLATOR. I
;rI Entered second-class atthepostofeestTitnsvilleas mail matter. calling on friends here last Friday.Mr. The P. & T. association held their

regular meeting Monday afternoonat
Miller, who expected to comedown
the school house. "on.Vm. G. Hunter Uses
SCB8CBIPT10N. 1.50 PER ANNUMAdvertUInc .
with Mr. Peck, is quite seriously .
be able Mr. and Mrs. Witte of Jackson- Pe-ru-na As a Family yi ?f
'.. ill and may not to come
Kate FurnUbed on
f t Application. south this season. ville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Medicine. } .
Ainesworth this week. Y J
Kills B. Wager Kditoraud Pnblieber.L Mr. Richardson and family are expected -
this week. They will live in Our worthy postmistress, Miss B. WHEN a man of undoubted reputa- ;

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING the Bower house while their new ones Farley, has been spending few days comes oat squarely public ;:' iii
print> ,giving unqualified endorsement to
her parents at Malabar.
;. There isn't any good and sufficient being built. We might have two a household remedy there must be something -'
or three new houses built here this Capt. Symmonds, of Kenosha, genuine to account for it.

?f. r# reason why any Titusville Santa Claus winter. Wis., is here again for the winter. Hon. W. G. Hunter,of North Carolina ,

; j '. should do shopping by mail order. and He is fitting up his boat, the Mattie well-known in Washington and
Mrs. Handy daughter, Miss
Southern States, of
r' A look about the local shops will throughout says
H., on which he loves to sail.
f. Rena, came last week and are getting Peruna that he regards it as the greatest

=k '. furnish a sufficient reason for this their pleasant cottage in order Mr. Carl Powell arrived here from family medicine ever discovered.He j

; t; assertion. for the winter. Miss Wright came Italia Friday and we are sorry to see does not hesitate to say that '

him still crutches from the ef- 'eruna invigorates and gives fresh
with them and the others will come using strength to mind and body. I'

v ._.. One doesn't have to be a prophet to later on. fects of his accident at Yulee. Such testimonials as this ought to ;

: fI b guess what Mr. Watson told the Mr. Seaborn Wadsworth has purchased Mrs. Creech and Mrs. Ray Ketch- make Peruna popular.No I

president with respect to the cur- a lot of Mrs. Mary C. Mun- urn, of West Palm Beach, arrived in : advertising known to the arts of j,
man,no commercial management could i
t. rency. Mr. Watson believes in a flat son and will make for himself a winter town Monday and will visit relatives ever raise Peruna to such a high stand- '

'* currency. He is a "greenbacker." home. The lot was a part of the here and at Tropic before they re- aid of appreciation as the frank and unqualified -

He thinks the government's promiseto Hiscock homestead and runs from turn home. statements of such men.Peruna '

to pay doesn't need any backing of river to river. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins of Bear PE-RU-NA ideal household is an : I

a- a ,- gold or other collateral in the vaultsof Mr. Hotchkiss, a friend of Mr. Lake, Mich., arrived in town last A Reliable Remedy remedy.It wards i : -}

the treasury. The president has Peck's, who spent the winter here, week for the winter. Their large For Colds. off colds and relieves -

held different views up to this time. three years ago, died very suddenlyof houseboat is nearly completed. The its form and phases. catarrh in II IIall I

heart trouble last week. He died work the canal will be resumed
e Why should the leader of the Republican on By ridding the system of catarrh, it

e party which claims all knowledge in the depot while waiting with his again now that Mr. Hopkins has re- cleanses the body of those conditions

wife to take the train for Florida.Mr. turned. which invite chronic diseases. HON. WM. G. HUNTER.
with respect to business matt -
i Cold Affected Head Throat and Lungs.
1 tens desire to consult with the leader L. A. Peck arrived last Friday : What's Cough, Colds, Catarrh
Mr.Matthew O'Hare 115 William St.
t. of the dwindling Populist party? from Greene, N. Y., and is at homein i worth doing! ; i is worth doing\ well. If von Fall River, Mass.,writes, : Relieved By Pe-ru-na.

his old quarters at Madame Mun- wish to bt-"reol l of rheumatism u>-e Bal- "About four I consulted a
years ago
lard's Snow Liniment and will bewell
:. To Call Special Session son's. Mr. Peck has wintered in ('IUt>tI." A positive cure you for sprains, physician to get relief from a cold Hon. Wm. O. Hunter, ex-member:
? which had head and also North Carolina Legislature, writes
Florida for the past twenty-three neuralgia: braise'contractedtuusclesand stopped up my
t.T It is reported on best of authority and is of our regular winter all tie ills that heir. to. A. G. M settled on my lungs, resulting in catarrh from the Census Office Huiidmz, Wa.h-
one -
that Governor Broward has at last years William, N.i\a-ota, Tea, writes: and also throat difficulties."He ington, D. C., concerning; Peruna:

determined to call an extra session ; residents. Everyone is glad to "I !have nselsnow, Liniment for sprained gave me some medicine,but four :
see him and the children especially so. ankle and I it gate the best of "ati'faction months faithful use of the same did me'i'l "The greatest family medklneever
p of the Florida legislature on Monday, I always keep it in the !house." discovered, in my opinion
then but
no good. I tried other doctors,
.c 'W. January 6th. The governor it is He Fired the Stick"I SoI d b\ Banner Drn;: More and Tilu \'iIIt' it thfll which comes from experience
: .. Pharmacy. was just same. I Bellas observation Is Peruna. The
.. understood, finally made up his mind have fired the walking stick I'\e "So I decided to try Peruna and after most common affliction to human.

a to call this extra session on this date, carried o"t'r10 year. OP account of a wire Death of Mrs. C. A. Chaudoin using two bottles my lungs began to kind is a baa cold. Peruna Otis es
notwithstanding there has been great that resisted every kind of treatment,un heal, I did not cough nearly so much It out of doors, wards off catarrh
till tried Bl1cktn.rni \ Salve; that Mrs. Caroline A. Chaudoin, wife and slept better. l! Invigorates and fives fresh strengthto

J f opposition manifested all over the has healed the sore and made me a happy of the late Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, I "In six months the cough, catarrh: mind and bod)'. I gite Peruoa"
state by press and public. mnuitt"ii, John Garrett, of Xorth and throat difficulties were all cured."I my unqualified endorsement.
Mills, N C. Guaranteed for pile*, burn, died Friday morning, Dec. 6th, and I
with the result and
: One peculiarfeaturea'ooutthisex- was pleased
r etc by Banner Drug Store and Titus\ille was buried in LaGrange cemeterylast ; Mr. G. W. Taylor,Clendenm. W. Va,
i wish to write you of it. Seven bottles :
tra session is that the members will Pharmac2 3c. writes:
Saturday She of Peruna cured me." I IA.
;! be called upon to correct the errors I I "I think that Peruna 11 the greatest;
TROPICA born in Davidson county Tennessee, .L. Hewitt,J. P.,West Berlin, Vt., tonic that was ever put on the market
; made by themselves at the regular
t on March 18th, 183-5 consequentlywas writes: "I am happy to be able to write i For several years my eyes bothered pre
session of last spring. much needed rain fell Tuesday. past seventy-two of you this letter in relation to what your : so much. The pain was to severe sometimes
t What the people of the state are years age. Peruna has done for my family. I i would think they would sur lf
Mrs. Roesch and son and the Misses She was married to the late Rev.
worried about is. what guarantee "When I brought the first bottle home, burst out of my head
I Young, of Eau Gallie, were over on W. N. Chaudoin May 6th, 1850, and 1 found my wife and daughter both "I trld Peruna and.lanalinandaar
have the
they ( people) that more
Saturday afternoon.Mr. they moved to Florida in 1871 and sick-my wife with indigestion and my today Bellman. am sure I .ho.ld
mistakes will not be made by the daughter with a cold. been fur hr. llaitr*
4 and Mrs. Conner left Thurs- settled at LaGrange in 1873, since severe They have died had it not
If solons in the extra session. were both cured."I man's wonderful medicine, Peruna"Such
attend of their which time that has been her
+' In the meantime the taxpayers of: day to the marriage perma- am willing to state that Peruna, testimony M the above kw

Florida have to foot the bills. brother and spend Christmas at Cal- nent home. taken in the No;:'nnin;:. will cure the given Peruna a high standard in the estimation .
* lahan. Mrs. Chaudoin had a wide circle of worst cold in 2{ to So hours." of the public
Some sensational charges against

certain corporations of the state i it Mr. C. H. Casper had the misfor- friends throughout both. the statesof

f is reported, will be a feature of the tune to get a small sliver of brass in Georgia and Florida. Among her Ask your druggist for Free! Peruna Almanac for 1908
most intimate friends she was famil-
has caused
governor's message. his arm which a painful
wound. iarly known as "Aunt Carrie." She

was a woman of many estimable
{ COCOA Mn Chas. Creech and her daughter -
qualities and Christian character.
Continued from page 8li. Mrs. Ketchum, of West Palm
After the death of her late hus-
Beach, are on a visit to Mrs. J. LCamper. .
i 1 surround his pretty home on the river band, who, by the way, was one of
road to Rockledge. I the most prominent Baptists in the NAPES

( Judge Van Deman, the Misses Van! About DigestionIt state of Florida for many wears and .

i Deman and Mr. and Mrs. Battenfield, I !la not thdl'l.ntity.offllo.1' l taken fun dearly loved by all who knew him

the amount tlut-tttl:: ail Mm'hltil lluiSjif" Mrs. Chaudoin was cared for bht.>.r D
s' all of Delaware, 0., arrived here I "treiisrtli and vi'alitx lit the t- "!stnn FERTILIZERS
e : t Monday. They will spend the winter Challlb*>rl.uii'fr Stomach and LmrtiWrt* brother, Mr. Frenbley, who has been

1 t usual at their beautiful homes in I 1II\'jgqratt' the 'tlll1lu'a! and li\trauln, with her at her home since her late
.>'*l them to inform tin ir film uon Tin*
: Rockledge. Judge Van Deman apparently rrnlt j is a relish! f.,r joirf.x..1.! in .re:!!;..ilir .1s illness, and to whom she bequeathedher k Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see +A

i1' has discovered the secret of i ?! 'ii;!!" and \\..i (h it: "t"\\'r *ndurtnrriiul property.She [ from the reports there made what good results \
perennial youth. He doesn't look a! ; a c''! *,ir lie. J. fret.'i 4"t'nt.. Fur had been steadily failing in y'+ were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this VI
..;iel! Io\ I B.Ulllt'r IIru.,:: More .in*! Fitu,'tie tA
health for sometime and death notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It 1
i' i day older than he did twenty year' t harntarv.; past year con-
5J tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to LrD
to her sweet and
t1 ; came as peacefuepo
i and is
ago as genial as ever. ,4
l I I EAU GALLIE >>e from the duties and trial IIf j Ip
A very pleasant afternoon w. E. L. Brady & Bro. at Titusville <(1
i a long and well spent life. ; agents
i Warren Matherx spent Sunday in
spent at Mrs. C. W. Harrison's* Fi i- "
Jos. Paxton, Rockledge JJ
r day last by at least dozen enegealadies Cocoa. I The Magic No. 3 q J. :M. Sanders Cocoa

rs busily engaged in needle: vvoii kw \':. II. II. GeaM! was in Titus\"i1Il' I Number three i ia losdertni! in.\-. c.t "

; for the annual bazaar fur the bcnef.; Monday on busine I for tt n. II. ".ntl". of O>.ar l ru\e. -'k., o A. T. Patillo, OsteenS.

: ivurdit:j to a letter \"hi1i r.'ai-; ".\f.It'r Bergmann, .. Ierritt
of the public library. Mr Ho-hic A jront Law has had a new tank put >itlt,'ritl.: iuuhittt liver and kid;.eiTi

\ of Atlanta, has generously contributed up at his residence.Mr. and 'ot>Cf.miq} -r. ttldlf''iir.t.:fOn { or to J. TYSEN Jacksonville 'i
rya' the i.n'lnt.>. tint! relief. I tried t: e'-
material for iro
! r ma'cing up \ G. F. Paudis' left Sunday for
t' > ti trie letterand a< a result I a'Itl vteinun rJ
& dainty articles and is very much !interested .. .. ... ?'7"
p.\ints M'uth on bu$>iiv) ;:. t $; in the library wlrk.1:'.-.. ttiree t too.tL.f> ii'in|''ei.*ii she t'ur- >..tat 'V i ,Vi ,VJ
Prof and Mrs. Macys Sunday teed i<",t <>n earth for nf I'IIICI. l Ii\erind
'! t'i t + Currier of Newark N. J. will beat
i with olaties at Mv.Ibourne. : k'.dtter tr'mL.!i.., li\ 'luu* ?, ."., It.I:
:'V .3rr her winter home in Il>eked; ge very lI.aI'\ and Banner l Drug :"lure _4k.
Mr. )Iund of !K,!lvoke Mass. has
'" i Don and, a3 Usual: i> coming f"'*-'- .' .. .
returned again for the winter.Mr. Eleven! team are contesting the '
j I' F pared to aid the work .r'.4
. con -ierably six dalJiC''d in New York. ________.
: Tiie ladie meet at Mrs. Harrison" and Mrs. Segui, of Cocoa race

.' ''a f t again: this week! and the fol'owinj! were biting relatives here last Sun How Diptheria is Ccntracted

: week at the home of Mrt.: Lowrie. day.Mr. 0:1"! often h'nr tii- ex''re-aiu'i. "M\ ::1:1r i SCHOOLBOOKS

I I- tJ YL J. O. Taylor ii here for the lulii + ; A Fine Investment \"II l i:iT"; when tht"tmth"a!'
v.mte.- again after a year or more of that tli' tbit hadstntply left tin httit'one

f'"I During these cose times if some, absence. [>.irti.ii'ail\! .- Fa.<..r.'i v t" the waii'iennlilitru ;; i i'i
'_enntien Ch:init It'rain: '- :; Ln
I; one were to offer to bee that 11
you got
Mr. and Mrs. Conner left week :.
> C u1., I i\ i- gi\en n 1'lid'J: urn* :"I l
4 employment at a beginning sa'ary! of f>r .Ta k-nille.! where they will fl'I' theo !d and le-"en,, the danger: (If dij 1 (

k from $50 to $75 per month, work t u side this: \\ nter. tluna or anv other jvrm .ii-ea,e beinjcontiact : ; AND
-K For Nile h SUPPLIES r'
( \ Drug i
Ala continue twelve months in the
Yt.'ar. Mr. A. O. Frink returned home on 5Gtre ail I Titll>-viUe Tnarmacv 1
';" salary to be drawn at the end of each L t. Lt1
Monday from Tampa, where he has
month and could the Heaimpure blood makes a m itldr.
you secure assurance been on bu intv<. pimply complexion) headaches,. naUM.a, indSfetu Wholesale and Retail 13
;- of such a position for thE n_ Thin hUxnl ni.ils.t you weak |mle.
Mrs. S. E. Harbour has had a sickly. Bardix.k: Blond Bitters make the
sum of $100, wouldn't you do it'
,r ; 'phone put in her residence Walden bUmd rich, red pure-rotores perfect health. (11 Mail Orders Promptly Filled Ii
V ;j i This is just the kind of assurance .
cottage this week. :alit White &, Co. l.
are placing in the hands of thousand s

;Jed of young men and women. Oppor Mr. J. Perry and family, of Rhode LOUISVILLE.UtoblltlNd KY. t I acv tl 1 THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. 1-

i = tunity is knocking at your door. Island, have returned to their home Oi>k l Mitel frk, *,
r Write for catalogue telling al j 1'' here for the winter. FURS o. 11;1 JACKSONVILLE FLA. U

3 r: about it. Athens Business College,I I i Mr. J. 0. Andrews and family, oi ............ .
ts and Hides. ..------ -'!';" --. .- -, .............. ,...;,
' f,- 184 1-2 Clayton St., Athens, Ga. Little River have moved here as Mr. WwlM l..l..lJ..1..l..LJJ....)..... .1..J..fJ ...J-"l.l.J 4

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t ';;, -y:P10GEEDIN6S OF THE pon taxes--________ 276.00 rJNNNN WNrWNhVNNI.WNrW.WNir

It'" ,' Tax collector's list of taxes not as-

'i ;X;:. ". 'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS sessed, collected for the year 1906, For LungTroubles

jO.." ::t-,.;,;" was received, and the tax collectorwas HARDWARE

.;::::: : charged with the following
'- --' Brevard county commissioners amounts:

.{ ;,"' met at the court house in Titusville, County taxes__________._____..$ 9.60

.:: -. Dec. 2, 1907, at 2:00 p. m. Present, Special_road fund district No. 3_____ 14_00

"''fl: R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os- Poll taxes: ________________*- 57.00 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral certainly Jas. Pritchard & Son

<. .' ban, T. A. Robinson and T. J. Cpck- Request of D. L. Gaulden for re-
"' coughs colds
-: shutt and J. R. Miot, with A. A. duction in tax assessment was re- cures ,
bronchitis consumption. Andit Handle the Finest Lines of
Stewart, clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. ceived and request rejected. ,

I4 The minutes of the last meeting Warrants were ordered drawn ag- certainly strengthens weak Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur

r of the board were read and approved. gregating the following amounts on throats and weak lungs.

The public road Merritt, Fla.,as the various funds: There can be no mistake about

Y marked, viewed and laid out by J. R. GKSEE1L FOND ,j this. You know it is true. And iii
Stock of
Carter, D. St. Clair Nisbet and-N. M. J. M. Osban. county commissioner___$ 12 00 your own doctor will say so. |

Fish is J. R. Miot, county comm'r and mileage 20 "0
declared road.
a public
.. .. The best kind of a testimonial- Guns and Sporting Goodsis
The resolution relative to purchase R. A. Conkling, .. 29 60 .. "Sold for over sixty years. .
: of letter typewriter for use in clerk's T.T.J.A.Cockshutt Robin; n,. .. '. loo 8M) i i tads by J.C.Ayer Co..Lowell; 3I *C. complete at all times

office is rescinded and it was ordered A. A. Stewart. accountant-------- .., A Also auffeaturer, S\23A."Altu.of

that the county pay one-half the cost J. P. Brown, waiting on board_____ 4 00 i
of such typewriter. A. A. Stewart, minutes for publication 5 00 I I lJerSroCL

Inasmuch as the board has employed E. W. Hall com. on collections_______ 2'3 89 ] W. have no secrets! We publish. Paints and Oils of Qualityone
E. W. Hall, correcting and carryingout i the formals or mil our medicines.Keep

E. W. Hall to mark the necessary totals ______u______________ 75 00 -"....;the- bowels regular with flyer'sFills of our Specialties

corrections in the tax assessment P. A. McMillan, com. as asseatior,1906. 53 12 and thus hasten; recovery. .

book for 1906 and Mr. Hall having W. S. Norwood, registration officer uu 15 00 -.

'. such work the II.& W. B. Drew Co., blank for Co. Brevard School Board #
performed amount of County
judge___________________-___._____ 11 49 Quotations for large or small orders will
Mr. Hall's bill for said work will be
E-CLAdvocate, prtg. pistol permits, etc. 6 75 The board of public instructionmet be given personal attention. Mail Orders
deducted out of the balance due Mr. E. B. Wager, bill sheets for Co. Treas. 300J. Monday, Dec. 2nd, with full ;
solicited and filled
McMillan as commission on said as- P. Brown; janitor __________uu 500 board present. promptly

sessment of 1906. J. P. Brown, care of courthouse ground 30 00 The minutes of the last meetingwere ; L
Titusville Elec Lgt. Co., lights.1950; TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
The clerk his rolls
presented pay read and approved.
at 100 i
J. X. wailer, cleaning cesspool jail
for witnesses attending on circuit Titusville Pharmacy, med. for prie ers 4 65 Treasurer's report for Nov. was 1
\ mm w,2mMwMlm'lu4ti'I WN>>
court at the fall term, 1907, amount- Titusille Pharmacy,med.for co.home 333 found correct and redeemed war- 1

? ing to $25.00, same was approved. H.G. Utley, prescriptions for co. home 200 rants cancelled and filed. -- --- -- .. -- -
Report of R. R. Chaudoin E.L. Brady& Bro., mdse county home bS4J
.. super- IJJ.Dunham,salary and co.home 4545 FINANCIAL SUMMARY.:
intendent of roads for districts No 1 E. W. Dunn cook for county exps. home__ 1000 Warrants.. outstanding last report $ 6,7'2..1. -

' and 5, was received. 0. A. Stewart, ins. on jailers house. 8100J. nUued: this meeting_____ 2336.33 IS IT FAIR ? .

Clerk's report of tax redemptions P. Brows, team conveying grand 9,119.6.$

and purchases during the month of jurors to county home_____________ 150J. Warrants paid in Nov ___uu 30.00
?: P. Brown, telegrams for circuit ct2 15 To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
November 1907 was received.
A. A. Stewart, report of tax redempt'n 100 Warrants now outstanding.9,06 68 and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie or a
:- Report of clerk of circuit court of Total cash on hand______________ b07.13
Richard Rocker, summoning jury for few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you

fines and forfeitures during the inquest etc-------------------------- 10 Deficit in funds ______ ____u___- 8,2x0$; want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to

month of November, 1907, was re- Louis K Myers, holding inquest_______ 320 ITEMIZED: FXPENDITt send off for it?

ceived. John Coward, juror at inquest__-___ 2 10 County school fund.Teachers' .
G. Nolle, juror at inquest_.___ un_ 210R. salaries.------------------$1,6i9l1.0O .... When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is

Report county judge of fines and Bowler, ferryjian________________ 500 :Transportation of pupil.__________ 1U3UO wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
forfeitures during the month of November L.Griffisjuroratinquest---- 10 Hinn & Co., II. S. l'ooks-__._________ S76 ask for it? If not, WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more

L, was received. Oscar Worley,juror at inquest_________ 2 10 .\\. Owens, mfg. pub. d>,H.S.books 150 for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant

". Reports of Justices of the PeaceC. I A. lligginbottom juror at inquest______ 2 10 American Book Co., free books -- _- 25.20 helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause. t

II. E. Masters, juror at inquest______ 2 10 A. B. Vance, era;.ee---------------- 540
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T. McBride and Louis K. Myers
Philip Roberts, witness at inquest__ 1 W Ind. Riv. State bank. Int for Xov__ 19.91 Weekly Weather Keport.JCPITER !
were received. J. W, Jolly, .. ___. 100 U. F. l>jrtn,janitor, etc Xo.6_____ 13.00H. TIME IS MONEY
FLA., Dt-c. 10. 1907.
The following bonds for carrying V. R. Hickson, .. .. u__ 100 \\'akefiehljamtor.. No. 16.____ 7.00

repeating rifles were approved and James Young, ** u__ 100 E. CX Advocate, pub. finan, statement 2,00 and Comparative rainfall for statement the week of ending temperatures Tuesday.

permits issued: James Capehart, Hugh Trowers, ** ** ** __ 1 00 John Henry, typwrtg. min for pnb._ 2.00 1907 1906
7 Frank Freidag, -.n 100 F. G. Huniphriei, painting Xo. li -_ 33.00 DATE. :MVMIS: M*X. MIX.
Winchester No. 13,277, calibre 35; John Henry, abstract of land_______--. 1940 Chas. A Gardner, supplies for office. 2.40 D..e.1.. 71 56 74 63

r Arthur A. Buck, Winchester No. Julius Kline, ndse county home ___u 4 05 R. E. Iims, Jr.. school wagon__ __ S5.lM' 5.. ?) 41 77 70 ,
6 7t 32 "S bS
6,741;calibre 22; D. H. Sample, Winchester Jas. Pritchard & Son, mdse. co. home 4 95ROVDFCSD John R. Walker salary! supt. for Xov. 7>.W) .. 7. 72 65 W 64

:t No. 249,340, calibre 32-40; J. R.Walker.frght postg., esp.etc. 405J. "M 8. 75: bS 72 67
9. 77 69 76 08
\. Chancey. building wagon shed
S. D. Noel, Marlin No. 277,504, cali- J. M. Osban, buying mules and exps. :58 :5>> 10. 76 bS 79 66
at Cocoa-------------------------- 110 00 Total rainfall for the week .12 inches.
bre 30.Bond. J. M. !.ban. exps. to Jacksonville to
look at road________--_____________ 2495J. E. B. Arnold, per diem and mileage'17.20 Departure rainfall for the week minus .M
_; of M. B. Rhodes to carry O. S. Singlttou,perdiem and mileage 12.20 inches.
I R.Miot,exps. to Jacksonville to look Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus
Colts pistol, No. 896, calibre 41, was at road___________________________ 30 *) A. J. Carter per diem and mileage_ 9M 20.67 inches..
f approved and permit issued. R. A. Coukling investigating oil road J. I. bwinson, extra services------- 600 H. P. IIAEDIN.Official in Charge..

The treasurer's report was received at Jacksonville and exps.______.___ 2795: Total issue $ 2,336,33Ir.

rJ: and checked up and paid warrants T. A. Robinson, exps. to see road in Arnold reported having visited This is just as true in regard to Sewing

Jacksonville____nn______________ 2025T. Machines a.s anything else.
destroyed. the Eau Gallie school and found the BOBBINS
J. Coikshutt, exps. to Jacksonvilleto By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter
Pension application of Adhemar look at road ___________u_______ 31 45 following conditions existing: The j I hew well made. you are actually throwing
Brady was approved. John B.Tompkins,5acres of marl land overcrowding of the high school & GRAHAM away 3 hours .ut of every seven.

;;I. Pension application of Mrs. Mary for road material.___________.__nh 20000P. room, was caused by the introductionof --- CO., TIlt isTAXnVKD SEWING KOT\RV MACHINE SHUTTLE e

C. Platt approved. II. Wright, frght.. feed for mules 77 JO the 7th grade in that room, whose
F. P. Ziy, 13 mules for road work___ 2,203 15: I (Incorporated. Paid no Capital) 5 5.000.10 Will make 3T 0 stitches in the same time Long
The board rents to M. M. McLeod proper place is in the intermediateroom. shuttle M.M'hinet> make only 2'>().
one-half interest in the KO'D WORK Di'T.Iro.1. The board after a full discussion This company owns landsin I The Standard Rotary: Pnucii is most scientiticallycorret -
the county's the Indian Hirer Country I
j- "huh fact has been f
j proven
R. R. Chaudoin. road work and team 10 (Ma
Dade county rock land for planting feels that if the school is prop- ,on the t. Lncie Kner, | by 25 years of!>cvWul use in all parts of theworld
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J. \V. Osban, road work and team 3 00E Bifc- and
at New River an< on our competitors continuously
:,t for the presrtseaon for $15.00, anda. FIND D1 T. N<>. 2. erly graded, the rooms are amply cayne Kay. I trying to copy it without UCl"t'Sli. HIE 3
the clerk of the court has been instructed large for the present. Mr. Arnold ST.XIUlmXn( KOTIRY, THE
N. M Fish inspecting roads etc.__u_ .> :,.. SLAT'f'lllTIM1; EN i \\' McLeod and feels that the trouble about water is PRICES TO ki
to write Mr. A. N" Mathers, road worki)00 I marines in on -Lixkarid Chain Mitch:

ascertain the best price he will pay 1v'.J.h3visroad work_______. -____ <* <"> and has been caused by pure neglecton Send for Kind list. B.alll-arin/t D"not fail to stand in\ctisate-straight the Automatic nlf'ritsof Lift.the t

;f'! for the county's one-half interest to KOAD Ft'NDlMsT \(>. 3. the part of the supervisor and OFFICE* \T '' "'a"t"Io>t. Most Silent. F-: Mst Kunuingand the \11

it said land. I). W. Long o'el''t'in, road work____ 6 "0N principal in not having the tanks' TITUSVILLE eat: MIAMI.: twist durable) Sewing .Machine"t d'u"m..trati..nit made, THE'sTMKUKOrRY 1 f.'
> M. Fish shippiu;? tools, t'tc.J-_ II n cleaned. In the of desks a revelation:' Writ for ..rand
: J. M. Osban is instructed to pur- matter no < j>n Kv Pay- .
E. C.1.. i: S. ('o_ lumber for MelUmruc MARKET nmit GuaraiUid :Scwiug; Macbinta l
I chase the necessary harness to beI bruise----:- __uu_________ -*I (" requisition has been made on the EAST COAST MEAT $I.OU up. .

used in working the county mules on Ronald! \ FUke. toads! ______.u_______ 111 b7 board or superintendent. !; The.= Standard S .wnu :\twhinf' Co., "
>1'l s. Bead SttlanU, 430
G. F. DUREN, Agent, ,
Whenever it become for
the road. EO\Drr.M:: Hr. So. 4C necessary
The Standard :Machine
Sewing t tI
I The postmaster at Rockledge will H IIiW>-. hauling etc.--- II 011 r I the best interests of education, the is
I sold by the Indian River
> be allowed to move the postoffice 'l..rtfOn WiHi:1Dl'l. rofl work-------- 7 'u, bard will be only too glad to make ff Florida afidYestPrn :Music House, Titusvillek t it.
V, M. Fish. trip to Titasville exps. 6 t*I I ,J
the asked for. -
improvements 3
location to
building from its present Mack +len'on. nail work__-______ 7 10B : \ .' -- ..1PQnd
build- \ mot"P: to allow! the teacher \\ hiattihd \
the foot of Barton avenue, .... J.
5. j t
> u' FX M> HTw a -Zt PIGaS .t t
ing to be placed so that it will not interfere J. W. tMua. road work. 111 ".4> the tate teachers'association 1 1 a ,

\\ithor obstruct. the travel -.'n'. E('_\D FtXI DIT Sit. 3. to meet at St. Petersburg, Dec 31st ,t \ r o. )"'....... lr''eat.. '; I alftlour f''
to Jan. 2nd, the sum of twelve dol-
over the public road. I:. Vf Hall cvai on collftH 1 :" r \
Tax collector's list of poll taxes ei.ME \RDEN rrVD lars toward defraying' : 'S.Va:' ..Ji }: of al1 ltaldst.r ; t ;: 1 1h .. .. f

collected during the month of November J P brown salary agame wanh J.t.lln carried.All iM .:s .... !,

1907, for the year 1907, FINE: .I) "RFEITlR& Ft"XD. teachers are urged to attend TIT -'\ LlE. ''. ;>;DA !.: .\" ,,:<, !m' jH .'il'iiJ'f
__ 101 .\ ; !1' .'
Leon \dau<>. <'nm. pros. 2 this association. Letters from lion. ,
received. : 6K .rq lj f
amounting to $9.00, was : IIIIi l ( ii !
ChiT. McBride: crim. pros, J. 1' U. 2ttIt _
collectorlist of poll taxes T. J. L. Brown antI Hon. \V. M. Holloway !- O. A. STEWART
Tax R Wil..on.rim.. pros..J. 1' court-- 441
collected during the month of November J. I' Drown, trim. proa., co.judge's it.: 11 15; relative to midwinter fair at 1" '

1907, for the year 1907, J_ P Brown mileage comeyicg to nf.stb Tampa, received and filed! for further
.. __. .__ "950
received. tn g per the H NRY COM.
amounting to $51.00, was attention.- I
. B. R. Wibon. cnm. pros in co. jags ct l> '<.! FANY WALL PAPER sazplcs at your 1 4
I Tax collector's report of licenses J. N. Waller, wood for jail.. 7.;>r leafiiet i> Cauiiot I'.e Cued insurance! : own home-sitUra :omfortably in your
month of No- emaych&ir Ton r-an mak a better adection t ;
collected during the witness, J. P court 5 I" .
.: \Vaahiurton; Gray By local applnati.nix.itbty(-Olln..t reach the that way than by ransacking the 8or ' vember 1907, amounting to $114.00for John Staten M.j; 011 disc'wit |M.rt i..n of the ear F hf r !.> lJly I one Yea see lh. whole lin.-th. very U,.""'.: I' '.
.. .. "> (|0Cbas. wav to runiUaf*' .*s. and that is l>v <-..n'titu TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA des pI-the! luvehest tints and riche. i;
< the state, and$59.50 for the coun- Amos x-ott .. tioual rtniedu-h lHafiH -s is ciuscil! by ju infl II! cok-r effect including imported patterns '
received.The Jerry, 5 l"I .ime<1 condition of the mucous llliinz of the Everything Good in wail ..*IM in ia. ,: :
ty was J. }'. Brown feeding pri"'meN------5590 <*usta<-hian toHe. \V hn thitnhexitsinfliy .:. I represent some of the leading j, Batch hn .1
tax collector presented his list.. On motion the board adjournedto : insolvencies for tax as- and when: it is entirely c!.M? and to me receive -
c of errors the first Mondayin ill call with Bosch SampW
meet again on the result,and unless the inflammation can betaken
sessment of 1906 and the same was out and this tube restored to its normal prompt andcareful attention any them hour to voj tuuoe.beart'a Look
January at 2 p. m. over your coatent -
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever -- -- ---- luadt
correct and the ----- -Dot the ublwatXHi to
found I
examined and --- nine canes oat of ten are caused by catarrh Notice boy. It'. oar wa\ of adverteLac I
tax collector is allowed credit for the Stops itching instantly Cures piles. eczema which is nothing but an inflamed condition of ta.Boack Fail Fapen.
salt'rheum. tetter, lUh. herpes, scabies: the mucous surfaces Notice is hereby :given that the business of
following amounts: -Doan's Ointment. At any drug store, We will give One Hundred Dollars for any the late T. T Wc-tmore. known is the Indian

Y _________________* 3.iU.'J3 ease of deafness (caused by: catarrh) that can River Ice Factory. will be continued under V. W. ELDRED ;
County CA.STOELI.A.: not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for the management of the underbigucd.accounts
________ 18.00
Special school district >o. 1 Bear to lie K nLI i ou 11318 ",!' 1IIaIbI: circulars, free.F. due to the estate are payable to me,
Special road fund district No. 2-__ 33.32 : J. CHENEY & (0.,ToledoO. and I anytime; all liabilities The Up-tc-Date Painter and Decorator
n %. 7 H w 3____ 11>L49 Signature ,t#Sold by druggists, 75c Ltcv M. WETMORE: ,
I' .. ., .., .1Y 4____ 29-39 Hall's Family Pills are the best. Executrix of the Estate of T.T. Wetwore. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 1

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.A Tragedy In Marion County. New Corporations.

!r Tie'following, is from the Ocala Star BEST FOR THEBOWELS Among the new corporations that 1 1'heI1

of Tuesday: "One of these unfortu- have filed incorporation papers at Tallahassee -
nate occurrences which are much re

gretted by the friends of all concerned If you btTen't a regular hoaltfcy increment the The Escamhia- Veneer Company. Glow/it
W. H.' bowels erery day,you're U or will be. Keep roftrjowel Bluff Springs, P. C. Hecker, president;
has taken place. Yesterday
K open,and be welL Force in the shape of
from violent phjrtle or pill dangeroa The A. C. Turner, secretary and treasurer
Tucker and others,
Clark Ed
smoothest easiest, most perfect way of keeping
Ocala went to Orange, Lake and spent the bowels clear and clean is to take Capital stock $6,000. Filed November
I CANDYCATHARTIC 13: 1907. From Ounce Fuel
_the forenoon duck shooting. The par I Every o
Colson Farming Gaines
ty was at the depot to return home
vllle:, Perry M. Colson president Bar
the platform -
and the ducks were piled on
ney R. Colson, secretary and treasurer
and made
til when a man came up
a uEAT Capital stock $10,000. Filed November
EOme insulting remarks to Mr. Clark, :

and "when asked what he meant repeated IS, 1907. ,1, Q: \\ the mercury drops out of sight, and

I the expressions, adding to them vileepithets Leon-Gadsden Tobacco Company : you just can't keep the house warm, you'll
Tallahassee: H. Covington, president
Clark On
addressed to
find it wonderfully convenient to use a
.:Jlr. Clark replying the man told him 'EM LIKE CANDY ; Dan Q. Neel, secretary and treas
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent Taste Good. Do urer. Capital stock $:jO,0.'0. Filed
he was a liar, and stooped as Mr Clark Good, Never Su l n. Weaken or Gripe; 10.b and -
W cents per box. Write for free sample,and book. :November 18, 194);. '
g thought to pick up one of the guns. let on health. Address 433 PERFECTIONOil

; when Mr. Clark struck him with his Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. The Johnson-Smith Company, Tam- -

gun barrel and knocked him down. The KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANMISCELLANEOUS pa, M. H. Johnson president; N. P.

Jenrette, secretary and treasurer. Capital Heater
man was some time in regaining con

iclousness, and bled profusely from stock $10OOD. Filed: :November 1C

,t the mouth. The party worked with 1907. o r:tc.etcUi" o (Equipped with Smokeless Device)
1 Brown-Thompson Drug CompanyLive 'wade lotzc'
him until he came to his senses and a a Its light-carry it about-heat cold
very any
Oak, C. S. Brown, president: W.
then removed him to his boardinghouse
room. Turn the wick high or lo'v-no
in a wagon, having learned iu Carnegie Abolishes Age Limit. L. Ulmer. secretary and treasurer. Cap smoke-no smell. Easily cared
the meantime who the man was anJ On observing his seventieth birth ital stock, $10,000. Filed :November 13 '}
for and hours of
Andrew Car. 1907. gives nine
arrived day anniversary recently
The train
where he stayed. #
negie expressed the opinion that a Sowell-McJunkins Tobacco Company cozy comfort at one filling of
at that time and the hunting party returned -
man's usefulness increases with age. Quincy B. B. Sow ell brass font Finished in
Ocala after leaving worl president: J. H
to When asked if a man could accom- 1
nickel and Every
1t' financial McJunkins, secretary and treasurer. rPElIIJIr. japan.
ti that they would render any plish as much at seventy as at fortyhe
Capital stock $23,0; aid necessary. It was learned before replied "More, bless you; more. All

s the party left Orange Lake that theman things being equal a man's efficiencyis 20, 1907.

is an ex-soldier, having served in increased at seventy. He is equippedwith Branford Farmers' Union Warehouseand The.. .Q- "t O Lamp with bnDunt( its light Hood u ol ideal steady lor -- I'

the Philippines, where he contracted greater experience." The recipe Ginning Company, Branford, J the long winter evenings

consumption, and the United States he gave for happiness was "To obey Sweat, president; R. E. Langston, sec -read or sew by it-won't tire your ryes. Latent unproved central
f the judge within and make other retaf)'. Capital stock $1,000. Filed :November draft turner Made ol brass nickel plated. Every lamp warranted
r* government him and
had pensioned
happy." II your dealer cannot supply the Ray Lamp or Ptiltdwo OJ
: sent him to,Florida for his health. The :0,1907.Columbia Heater, write our nearest agency lor a descriptive circular
; Industrial
Training Experiment. Steam Laundry Key West. .
is physical and mental wreck
I man a Under the guidance of Principal Gibson STANDARD OIL COMPANY
and with him mother was stopping at of the Agassis school Boston the Benjamin D, Trever president GeorgeF. Incorporated

Lake. Mr. Clark knew notli )Morris secretary and treasurer
Orange boys of the sixth grade are devotingfive 4
g- ing of the man, his mental or physical hours a week to practical Indus- Capital stock $tO.QUu. Filed :November "

condition, and supposed he was a trial work. at present being (engaged 21, 1907.

t tramp or some dangerous character. caUig pasteboard taxes, but later to Knight Turpentine Company. Ocala.
advance to wail and metal work. The Robert '
Knight president H. L. An-
;No one regrets the occurrence more ; I
coirv extends over three years. and I II
derson, secretary and treasurer. Cap-
than he. The man's physical condi-
*'ioVivt is |tll give the boys practical
ital stock 100000. Filed November 22. t
tion was such that the least strain
"1 p:tMitke 1 york III various trades The \
would result seriously, and he died *i n" t-'Ai'ii in till* making of every are 1907.D.. ray :

Tuesday morning the blow merely '' ': \- is\ noted and the record of Morrison Company, Morrison \

hastening the end, which was Inevitable V uorKer thus kept before them Neil G. Wade, president; E. A. Os- I I
s and could not at most have been Wc-'l Preac'i For Pay. borne, secretary and treasurer. Capital It Z !

t long delayed. Mr. Clark has surren TUr-- II. _\Ut':i Tupp of the Fifvi stock $40,000. Filed :November 22, 1907 \ f 1../ 1M1

- dered himself to the authorities, await : :'i :'::Of'.': JJapti-t thunh In Ilrookn Puckhaber Bakery, Jacksonville, !

ing the action of the coroner's inquest '-.- 1"1nH,1 h his congregation last Fred H. Puckhaber, president; B. B. \ 1,1 I'174i
:;rna flirt henceforth with the help \ ,-
)McDonell secretary. Capital stock $2-:
'Which will most likely exonerate him
I f <:.d. In v.'.ulil never preach the gos-
f: 2 from all intent to kill the unfortunate," 1 el for conp 'iisatinu in money The 000.i Filed :November 22, 1907. M1 tl.ri

F The Tampa Tribune of yesterday I \.
says Lurch Las prjsj>ered under his charge I--

Mr. Clark was released from custodyon and he Las a comfortable private In Remarkable Rescue rI

giving bond for $5,000 for his ap- come. Ills salary will be added to the That truth is stranger than fiction, has 1 \1
once more been demonstrated in the little I .
new church fund
at the Marion circuit court.
pearance town of Fedora, Tenn., at the residence : 'I
E Ban on Cigarette Smoking.The of C. V. r pper. lie writes: "I was in

j : ; JACKSON CHARLIE DECENTLY Plttsburg Railway company operating heel, entirely disabled with hemorrhage*
i all the street car lines In that (i>f the lungs and throat. D-Ktors failedto ,

BURIED. city, has served notice on Its employeesthat help me, and all hope had Beef when I f
it will rigidly enforce the rule began taking Dr. King' New iscon-ry. I \1 I farm

;; Unfortunate Seminole Was Killed in I against the use of cigarettes or liquor Then instant relief came. The coughing ----- ,
erased the hll' > ling diminished -
soon (( rap
E while the either off
are or on
Miami Yards. _
r idly and in three weeks I was able to go
e duty. Many men have recently been % \ _
: work
The Miami 'Metropolis of Saturda to Guaranteed cure for coughs --
discharged.; When a representative of and colds 5A'. and 51 00 at Banner !)rug
says: the men protested asrainst such actionon store and Titusville Pharmacy. Trial j
The remains of Jackson Charlie, the: the" ground that the company had no bottle free.

Seminole Indian, who was run over right to dictat to its employees when

and killed Thursday night by an F. E. they were off duty President Callery I All business between the insurance: A ANDQ
declared that he would stand his !
C. Railway locomotive at the "Y" in by agents of the steamer Lassell and the
order. There Is talk of a strike.
the northern part of the city, weie bur wreckers who were engaged in salvingthe

ied here this afternoon by Undertaker Receivers For Big Silk Company.The ship and cargo will be finished

King. This is probably the only Seminole American Silk company, with within a few davs The wreckers

; ; Indian ever buried by white men headquarters at New York city and have agreed to accept the sum of $i:
absolute Interests In several
in the state of Florida where members| or heavy <>00 and keep the case out of court
silk mills throughout the country, has
of the tribe knew of the death and had been placed in the bands of a receiver This will mean a fair price for the For sale by the

r r. the opportunity of burying their dead. through the action of some of Its cred- work done by them and by the acceptance

' The news of the death of Jackson itors. The assertion is made that on of the money from the unJerwrit

Charlie was conveyed yesterday to his> account of the financial stringency the ers a hast settlement of the matter ia INDIAN RIVERMUSIC

}( father, Charlie Charlie, living in the company has been unable to obtain arrived at The total expense of the
sufficient ready cash to continue the insurance will amount t"
h 'glades at Fort Lauderdale and this company
business properly. The assets are HOUSE
morning, he and Robert Osceola, an about twenty thousand dollars.-Miami
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placed at $..3'J-J.jl3 and the liabilitiesat
other Indian, came to the city. They S22.jOO. The receivers were authomed News-Record.

went at once to the undertaking rooms to
4 of II. M. King, where the father of the the" company and complete its unfinished MAKE THIS ACCORDING

dead man, a stately Indian fully six i contracts

I feet tall, and seventy years of age, wasp Weston's Remarkable Walk. TO THE DIRECTIONS

overcome with grief and sat off to himself At 12:!." Nov 27 Edward Parson --- ... ,,'" 0 -,
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with tears trickling down his \Veston finished at Chicago bis record Prepare it at Home By Shaking Ingredients :}- :

cheeks. breaking: walk: of
{ 1.375 miles from Well in Bottle
{ .1 Robert Osceola the younger of the a
Portland. Me .\
two speaks English fairly well and to .ti crowd of more What will appearery interesting to THE .TRADE MARKAMBAStlNE
iCtropclis reporter said: \Ve hay' than '":HI- people here- the article! thaI
uoo persons taken from a New York flatly paper J gie-
f got no money and white man must -a cheered theveteran
in,;': a iuipte prescription, a:! formulated
. t4 bury Jackson Charlie. You bury him -.* be hv a noted authority, who claim that A Work of Art
. and we pay you some time." He stated .d\Y' finished: the last he has found a puMUve remedy to cure

s=t i that the old man Charlie Charlie hats few miles of his ahnl)-t any case of backache or kidney or a.
That what home
be if
trip. The total bladder derangement, in the follown.gunple is your >'ar.
: : four sons: and that Jackson Charlie 11 time of the trip prescription, if taken Wore the you decorate it with Alaba tl't'. For

vas twentj-nine years old. He was 41' + y.,, { -i in actual walkIng stage of bn<;lit 'h!'eaH*: appropriateness is true art; a.d: nut

p.t; not a chief and not married. 'Cc; h' was 24 day Fluid extract dandelion one half ounce; only can you make your home decorations
coni|> ; with
$ appropriate Alabastme
Undertaker King gave the body a 10 hours and !:
of :
Edward P. Westont -yrH|' arsapar Ia. but you can make them reflect your
recent: burial this afternoon in potter'sfield minutes This well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful
of the Miami cemetery. beats the record made by Weston over ,lo!'r9 after each meal and again at bed own taste in a way that is not possible :-
with other form of
the same course forty years ago by time. any wallcovering.

' f 1 day, 3 hours and 25 minutes. The A well-known druggist; here at home,
# l Early to Bed longest day's walk was ninety-five when asked regarding this prey.-Cri.tion( ,

111 Is r and early to rw, makes one healthy, miles which Is thirteen miles better .tated that the ingredient are all harm Alabas6ne
wealthy and wise -espeiLilly if you take >es+, and can be obtained at a small cost _
I than his best day's record on the trip
Heroine before rttinnj A |IJOSU \-e cure forty The distance from any /good prescription pharmacy, or The Sanitary Wall Coating
t f.r constipation, dyspepsia and all liver years ago. average the mixture would l if asked
a walked per day was forty-three and >e put up U !' Is superior in: appearance, in economy. in durability and
; I omplaints. Mrs. S -, Columbia, Tenn., do so. He further stated that while tins: unique in: ita wonderful sanitary properties. You should know
writes; "I always keep supply of your one-tenth miles. Westou Is now sixty- prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic more about it on all these points, and wethereforeexklldOI&
nine of Ills weight on startIng a cordial invitation to visit our store see the Alabaatm color
; hand with years age.
on pleased afflictions with
? splendid: results, he chart, and have the Alabastine atenciled designs (which you
k: the relief gives in constipation and all out was 147 pounds; on finishing. could tee no reason hy it would not be can use yourself)explained to you.

;t liver complaints, that words can't express 130 pounds. It Is said that the pedestrian .i splendid remedy for kidney and urinary Ask to see the Book of

my appreciation. ;8ld by Banner Drug expects to start on a lecturing troubles and backache as it has a jiecul-' AlabutiDe Prize Design

h} tore and Titusville Pharmacy..WVOX1.X.A.. tour shortly."Dr. tar action upon the kidney structure. For Sale b
cleansing these most important organ
j O.. and helping them to sift and filter from EAST COWT LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY I -=S

r &jt ttof .Thomas' Electric Oil is the best remedy the blood the foul acids and waste matter
!)ears the for that often fatal disease. -croup. lias )\hich cause sickness and I su fieri nx. Thoseof
cLZ been used with bin-read in our family fur fight our readers who suffer can make no A.M.a..twi.eiThe
j% ye-us.-: Mrs. \VhiUcre, Buffalo, X. Y, mistake in giving it a trial PACKAGC

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. | EXECUTIVE I navy, has been ordered out of commission SCIENTIFICBell I the Stomachs theTocdandRegulabng andBowels of- Bears theSignature

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Must Buy Supplies Abroad. I she bad been held in reserve for a year. Airship Launched. INFANTS CHILDREN* S.
;> Rear Admiral: I I So many accidents had happened to
EL :Mason, chief of ,
The successful launching of Dr. Alexander .
the bureau of her that she was regarded; as a hoodoo. -
ordnance of the navy Graham Dell"s recently completed Promo IMgestioixCheerful-
department. In his annual report airship took place a few days ago at r.essandRestContainsneiU\er

strongly the urges department legislation that will authorize I RELIGIOUSY. I Raddeck, N. S>. The ship is built up of Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. of
to purcha 3000 unit tetrahedrons which are so
ordnance, projectiles powder and torpedoes M. C. A. Liberalism Wins.In disposed .'s to make the ship itself :NOT NARCOTIC.MxStnna N

in limited quantities abroad ttie recent international Y. M. one great tetrahedron -
s duty.such material This to be admitted free of A. convention at Washington C.I' : which &rdorll-stM1721JrIIER '

on the recommendation is based was a severe contest over the el has for its base AEJJ fa, ,f.rl"
I statement that the domestic tion of the present" angelical test"; ''':. the top of the
manufacturers are unable to supply of membership The convention voted machine, thirteen H. .MlltSJl -
these JnutStMtJtpptmuat
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articles within
I j reasonable time. '-
to reaffirm the disputed test but declined i- ; meters in !
t U. S. Buys Aeroplane? to give the international committee ; length The several In 1IsJad-

Despite denials on the part of government authority to enforce it by expelling '' units ares s ;
r .r
officials there is a persistent associations which did not conform covered on two I UseFor ,
report that the United States gmeni Then the ctmentiou voted to '. >. of their sides* Aperfect Remedy forConstipa- ,,

ment has purehased from thenght relieve all college Y. M. C .V. associa \ with feilk The tion.SourStomach.Diarrhoea,
brothers the control Ions from the requirement of evair -t : total surface Worms.Convukions.Feverish- l
I of their"hta\ gelical church membership William ,; %j thus exposed is aeSSandLOSSOFSLEEE Over I

. let than air" tl\, Jennings; Bryan was one of the leaders .: t'; S 2.l"JOsquare

ing machine The in opposition to the move toward liberalism ::(,. feet The motor Tac Simile Signature of
Wrights have been : used is of the
In c Curtis 4 TYORK. Years
Europe for Bible Poems Borrowed Songs. Dr. Alexander G. BelL type fourcylinders Thirty
NE .
some time and it -
The Re\ Dr. Gunkel a Lutheran of
was generally sup lierlm who ranks next to Professor horsepower It weighs ln pounds.whi.b I Ato months oldIJJDOSES35CENTS
posed that they brings the total weight of the
Ilarnack as a Bible critic now declares
.f were negotiatingfor ship up to Jixi pounds Owing to a
that the poetical parts of the Old Testament : PAQTADIAi
the sale of snowstorm in progress at the time of
including the look of Psalms
their machine to launching attempt was made to fly
- and Job. are in large measure folk CXACT COPT OF'WRAPPEB.
foreign machine While Dr. Cell has great -
govern ;; songs and popular lyrics and
ments. Much faith in the success of his invention, ? E .
set ? work of TNC CE"T" "oornrr. "Ew yo""CrTY.
one man Among them arechildren's
crecy is thrown he does 1I"t assume to have entirely
about tae subject. \\ilburWright. songs and lullabies borne solved the problem of aerial Sight
1 are of Hebrew origin and others of
t E f but it is apparent that the government Egyptian and Babylonian origin.INDUSTRIAL. $2,600,000 to Aid Science.

.; ,. ': is interesting itself deeply in Supplementing his previous gifts of

j: $i'.( the problem of :air imigation. The $l,:.'\.IO.UOO' to the Rockefeller Institute

manager for the rights still denies I I For :Medical Research by another donation -

that they had sold to any government of $: ,UlMItNuo John t>. Rockefeller

I'f Army Horses to Race. insures the Ill'rmallel. and elQcient TypewritersIt
Big Iron Works Resume.On .
equipment of the institution
x The military authorities of the department The en-
the day before Thanksgiving the tire endowment will
of the east have accepted the provide a yearly
Republic Iron and Steel works of income of
imitation of the Washington Jockey something over $100,000 In
,. 1'ittsburg resumed operations full! blast,
notifying the directors of this last gift
club to hold a speed| contest of army
thus putting thousands of idlers to Mr Rockefeller
horses. at the Jennings track, Washington work again. Other plants were expected cation with the expressed results accomplished his gr-.lWi- Agents for the Celebrated
on Thanksgiving day. Horses rep- .
to follow suit owing to the Im by the Institute since its opening in ,
resenting eight troops of different c n-
proved business conditions. I'JOl He told the officials that
I. airy and artillery organizations of the they
United States army will participate Burlington Laying Off 10,000.A were at liberty to Use the income In
reduction in force any manner they saw fit to promotethe
A cup for the winner of the race and a extending FAYSHOLESr
purse of $000. to' be divided among:; through all departments of the Bur. work and offered no suggestion as",
those who secure inferior places, have lington railroad has been ordered to how it might best be employed.

been provided by the club which will amount to 10000 before the New Way of Phoning
li'- : end of December. At the
same time
President's Act Illegal. Two young women of St. Louis recently Typewriter
Working hours have been
cut from nine
;. :,L The act of President Roosevelt in or to eight. .by accident that it i i
: tiering federal troops to assist the Aero was not necessary to place the lips I
j' Under River near the transmitter of
to Brooklyn.The a telephone to
'V club .of St Louis at its recent inter-
national balloon races was, in the opln first passenger train to pass un- be heard at the other cud of the wire.

ion of General George B. Davis judge der the East river through the new provided the transmitter was plated 1,000 used in
now FloridaSecondHand
advocate general of the army, uuconstl tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn firmly against the chest or even other

f' tutiouaL This opinion is also shares started from the Nework side I parts of the lodv The advantages

by Acting Secretary of War Olner at the Bowling Green station, at the I claimed for the new system are thatit

General Davis points out that the pro- foot of Broadway shortly after noon I is germ proof and noufatigumg I'ro-

'. cedure was violation of the act of Nov 27 with 20C passengers as guestsof I fessorCahin M \\oodward one of the

i congress approved June IS. lb.78. which the Interborough Rapid Transit scientists at Washington universitj z
company including August Belmont, explained that there was nothing new
forbids the use: of United Mates troops J
as a posse comitatus to execute the Theodore Shonts and other officials in the principle, but admitted he had

'.< laws except under such circumstances and stockholders"- Ip various local street never before thought of its application k
as may be authorized b> the laws of railways. The run was made slowly, to the telephone. He said the sound
\.. congress and the l'Oustitl'ti o of the so that all might see the tunnel. There vibration in the lungs is cOlluDunkat-

United States. The course pursued was absolutely no moisture in the bed ed through [ cheat instead of throughthe : -..

)_ says General Davis, "tends to divert of the big tube except on the sides lips and then carried over the wirein

S. troops from their legitimate duty." and due to condensation. The ordinary the usual way. The system. he said,
be urges that the law and the army running time to the Brooklyn city hall is in accordance with the principle of I.
.. will lie four minutes although this the physician's stethosC'opt"
r regulations bearing on the case!' IK t
brought to the attention of all othcers trial trip took fifteen minutes. The 't;;
tunnel will be for traffic the last When to Go Home
in the army who are in the exercise of open
important military commands of December, It is intended to run From the muff ton. Ind, Banner: TypewritersALL

t Against Contract Canal. eight car trains on two minute head "When tired out go home. When you

o'" The annual report| of the isthmian waj giving a carrying capacity of 30.- want consolation, go home. When you

i= ; canal commission shows expenditures 000 passengers an hour The track want fun, go home When you want to MAKES ALL PRICES 4
circuit overlapping block signal how others that you have reformed, gi
y system ,
up to date of $-IS.2Sj.SM.57 and gratifying will be used with automatic train home and let your family get acquaintedwith .
progress in the work. On June 0 the fact When want to showy .
this there is, to be Terms to Suit
4 30 the total force of skilled"- and uuskili- stopBesides a ourself at your best, go home and do the ,
ed laborers was J9.44G. an lucre t se of separate telephone system with stations act there. When you feel like being extra i

10,000 over the pre\lous year. The every 300 feet liberal goy !home and practice on your Typewriter Repairing a Specialty ,
wife and children nrtt. When want
;; death rate among employees for se\ Our Manufacturing Output. : lOU .
to shine with extra brilliancy, home
show a marked ini John M Carson chief of the bureauof go
I eral years past .
and light up the whole household To --- -
1 in health condition mainly manufactures at Washington, now
provement which we would add when lOll have a
i due to sanitation better housing facilities estimates that the annual production I j bad coM, go tioine and take Chamber RIBBONS :l lYe
and better food supplies. The report of manufactures in the United: States lam's Cough llemedv and a quick cure i* ,
strongly recommends the continuation is lJ.lWll\.lO.OlII.< this being the total !certain For sale by Banner Drug; :More
\ Ribbons be and
guarantee our to Non-Filling
of the w.r"b"- > the national published in his annual report Of this and Tituvillt' Phanmcv pt

e government direct and not through a total about $1,080,000,000 worth were -- Durable

contractor or syndicate of contractors exported including foodstuffs partly I HEALTHINSURANCE |

May Resort to Conscription.One manufactured and parts for furtheruse 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach.
in manufacture This was over
of the features of the annual re
port of General F C.A1nsw orth, ad half of the entire export trade of the I The man who insure his li?. Is ine. Any color. i

jutant general of the United Mates year. I wise for his family.
which has called forth no little Price of Fresh Meats Down. -- -- t
army The man who injures his health
comment throughout the country Is the Since the beginning of the financial
is wise both for his family and t
conditions the meat have
statement that If stringency big packer

.. t continue there will be nothing for the made a concession of 10 IH.T cent to himself. Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 tol $4.00Jper : :
government to do to secure men for retailers In the price of fresh meats You may insure health by guard" \ ..

the military senke but to materially, and have forced a 20 i'er cent reduction lag it. It is worth guarding. box, 100 sheets to the box. 1
increase' the pay o( enlfcted men or resort in the price of live stock Retailers .
At the first attack of disease
to conscription The report shows. generally have cut prices 3 cents a which generally approaches Can furnish any size, any color.
that tn.e deficiency below the authorized pound.
through the LIVER and manifest
Oct. 15.
: strength of the army on
: 1006 was 8.040 while in October That's It! i itself in innumerable ways ,

20535. Among the reasons given Cough \ourH-lfinto a fit of spasms and TAKETutt'sPills__-.

::} competition was for this which falling the off government is the strong who en- then vou will wonder onl\Syrup why try you a your bottle don't cough of get will Bollard'sIlorehonnd If a i R. C. DAVIS & CO.

counters from prints employers, thing of the past It is a positive cure M
; oCer higher pay and more attractive for coughs, influenza bronchitis and all ,
ceD4tUODL pulmonary diseases.; One bottle will convince Fla. ,
Itelired.n jou-at Banner Droll Store and TitI1S.iJI -j Jacksonville
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: the winter at their home here. (Dr.: Dr. W. P. Glover, of Glovers, Ga., JAMES PRITCHAED President. WINSTON S.BSANNING,Vice-President and Cashier .
Rambo will follow later. and his friend, Mr. L. R. Jaques of
Mrs. E.P.Porcher has been spend- Macon were in town Sunday. The' f(
MS NOTES ing several days in Daytona this doctor' is down spending awhile on t f Indian River State Bank
1 1COUN'rY
J week with her sister, :Mrs. D. A. his orange grove at Indianola, and!
little Happenings That Help to Hale Blodgett who has just arrived at her enjoying hunting and cruising. His j

Up the Weekly NewspaperCOCOA winter home there from Grand Rap- party has already brought in a fine DEPOSITORY .
ids, :Mich. deer.Mr. Authorized Capital$100,000; Paid-up Capital, "::i,000: Average; Deports, $200,000
:Mr. R. B. Holmes has been at his and Mrs. B. C. Snyder of TRANSACTS A '" ;j

about three miles west of town, North Germantown, N. Y., arrivedat
Volmer of New York,has arrived grove
"Mrs. ,
superintending the shipping of his their winter home on Palmetto GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
j I
at her winter home on the J
fine crop of oranges. Mr. Maurice avenue Monday. Mrs. Snyder's sister -
Heights.Mr. I,I Weinberg has been in charge of the Miss Ruth Barringer accom- "
: and :Mrs. G. F. Paddison, of IIUESTxn; OLDEST BANK OX TilE Ili.Fall
: bank during his absence. panied them and will, no doubt en-
Eau Gallic, were in town last Friday I joy this, her first'visit to the sunny Exchange taught and Mild on all) foreign: countries Patrons,;)' appreuatetl.Prompt .
.afternoon. Miss Capehart and pretty little south. service. polite treatment and even fivur: coiiHtriitvutlirui.
niece. Miss Mary Simpson of Point ."native Sanding gral.tetl
Mr. R. B.LaRoche is having a dock Mrs.
Joseph Smith received the COIta'rOXDEXT
Pleasant, W. Va., are at their winter :
built to accommodate his fine launch sad of the death
of her sister
home again. :Miss Capehart has visited news Empire Trust Company, 42 Miiu.tNew York Hn:The Atlantic Nation & -k
.that will soon be completed.Dr. in New England this fall and Mrs. Alfred Peets, mother of the of Jack-on,r, .Jack-otiuIIe, Florida .

and Mrs. E. A. Robertson of :came direct from there. large wall paper manufacturer, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Atlanta,regular winter visitors here, which occurred in White Plans N.Y., ,
; One of our winter visitors, Mrs.
arrived at their home Wednesday.Mr. : last,week. The telegram was delayed
Straulina, of New Jersey, met withan
Williams, the jeweler at Dr. old acquaintance of her husbands which prevented Mrs.Smith reaching E. L. BRADY & BRO.
' Coopers has rented a cottage on Wil- there in time for the funeral, which ____ u_____ _____,_
in genial shoemaker Mr. Frank
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commodious has been erected in Bavaria, Germany thirty years We are pleased to see the familiar ,
the school grounds to protect face of M. L. de Give,of Atlanta on We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape'Fertilizers We deal)exclusively
on l in the above lines of troods.and solicit the trade of all conMimer Write u" for price*on
i the school. wagons from the weather.!ago.Capt.. and :Mrs. C. J. Coggin are our streets again. He has been com- grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L BRADY&BHO..TITLSTILLL FlA.

1: Mr. I. M. Cox, of the Southern I spending a few days this week at ing here for many winters and though .
4 ': Express Co., who owns a fine orange Il\Iims.where they are having another 1'he is nearing his eightieth milestone r=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=f=J -- =', r=Jr=Jr=, r=Jr=r=f=Jr=r=r=r=t=it=it=it=i
he takes active interest in all that is
grove at Bonaventure was in town: five acres added to their already ex-
I going on and finds much pleasure TITUSVILLE BOAT CO.
t Friday. !' tensive grove. They go up in their t
\ Mrs. Rambo, with her two daughters automobile, which they find most working among his orange trees that
j 'i __ .. and son,arrived Sunday to spend convenient for these trips. I Continued on page.&. Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers 1 1l.Iarin.e
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Jas. Pritchard & Son

Titusville, Fla.
Agf nts for the

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3 t SANTA CLAIJ. The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
i j" Has come to town and made These motors are safe and reliable and
rail be operated by alcohol or kerosene
f. BANNER DRUG STORE with as good results a1 1 It>" w.iug ga oline


When we tell you that we have the finest and best se-
Feed and Sale Stables
lected assortment of elegant Christmas presents ever brought

to town we state facts which you can prove for yourself by
1I calling in person and seeing our goods. SADDLE HORSES

We mention only a few of our many lines : BUGGIES SURREYSand

> h A full line of beautiful wood and burnt leather goods in of all kinds

a boxes, trays, steins, loving cups, calendars, match scratches, Mr Hauling Etc.
purses, cigar cases, tobacco pouches, etc., all marked i _

c TITUSVILLE.STATIONERY :::::_. __..:: J. M. OSBAN, TitnsYille, Florida
t I). II PEr.L Ilr J.l',Sl'ELI. R""hn-d l' rmaeit
Fancy Christmas boxes designed for gifts, 25c 35c 40c 50c

75c $1.00 and $1.25 also fancy baskets at $3.50 and $4.00, also a

r : full line of tablets, pens, pencils, ink, etc., as usual. BANNEli DRUG STORETitusville


.r The largest line of fine candies in town. We have both Florida

Headley's and Sparrow's complete lines. Half-pounds 30c 35c FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

I 40c. Pounds, 60c 70c 75c 80c $1.00 $150. Two-pounds, $2.00 PERFUMERY, STATIONERY

$2.50, $6.00.
Russian Imperial Chocolates.imported, $1.50. Soda Water and Ice Cream II I

? 4 Gibson's imported fruit tablets, all flavors. Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals

c a 5c lOc 15c and 25c boxes for the children. Mail orders* solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
hav'en't in stock i
I ;' Colgate's full line also Wm.fH. Brown and Sons' line of t

: perfumes in bulk and in 25c 50c 1.00 and 1.50 fancy boxes.

. POST CARDS Ca ALBUMS The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. |
Comic cards to make you laugh, Christmas, New Year

and birthday cards, burnt leather cards, pillows and dolls, *

albums. 25c 50c 75c 1.00. MACHINE SHOPS
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: Combs and brushes of all kinds, toilet water, face powders vi Plumbing and Metal Work .

1 powder puffs, sachet powder, etc. I
k + These are only a few of our many beautiful things. Call and see us early BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
and select your gifts. ; .

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