The Florida star ( December 20, 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 20, 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
System ID:

Related Items

Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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ST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
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securing entries for the same. One of
the principal events of these races will
be that for the Commlodore Allen trophy.
which magnificent prize we have pre-
viously described.

Johnson & Paterson
We carry in stock a full and coniplete
stock of fancy and staple groceries. R.y -
al Scarlet and Robin Hoid canned fruits.
and vegetables. Heinz's pickles and vin-
e.,ars .Elhin 1-Crown butter. hay. t r:nin

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Florida, and G. \W. W.ood. if the New j Tl'dy lihar ir,, king horses
York Athletic clui,. will l.x -six rn-,murns,., Harminiica .-et-. trinl, harmniomn a:
.J1e Fielding. the vanquisher of Andy .Silver :-ugar-.-rean>-spNin set
Freedlund. at Miami. foir thechani!i.on-i <'andlv in h.!!i\ .x,-.. wagons
hip,. will positively appear anid oix siX\ 'I A \.. A.. ; I.!'\I':. "1 l'iisusvill'. 'l'h,.., :1
rounmls with .lim Metzfger. th\ '. u -..-
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A Valuable Relic Found

and feed. I at.:t,' .. ;. ,. ..n. w h:,. i:.~-,i : n
We also handle the lbest Florida aind his r.,inil t.nsat th.- rear oi iii- n.inm, on
western meats. beef. lamb. mnuttt:>n an.1! I:.y '-, i;: St. .\liai-lst'.,' i' :r~1-i,. I
pork. what a p ar -' t ins tit 'in ; i:% !I.i-: "-
A cool drink at a tcooil pla; t at i-h,., ob.isj.-1 I' I.t i-ai -ntim ti,.tt at i,..
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Diameter and atotut an inch dlc'tin,. The
Call at the Novelty Store and .',' tnt,,n; 4, ::v.- :ij i::.r,:i;.-... a.! th.
the jewelry suitable for holiday pres- ancient .lat.a ,*f : 1. Tda '..r!- in-
ents. A souvenir given \\ith t'aIth '. : tr '., ::"'- ,'.1 .lr-
purchase. I. M l)o )os .x. r..I), Ti to, i ti .T. : ,an,
otr l .htal-- a iit t!lt's.5 i' I t l- i. f t' Itlanut
Nursery Stock for Sale 1 -t f .-1, an ,f Ar,'.
The- article is otf niital, the etxat i:na-
Citrus stock grown on high pine terianl 1,,nt ,.in. kiinown t i- -x-.-p-
land. Indian River Nurseries., stab- tionalily w.-Il .rt'.-irvt. <-v-ry betterr --f
lished 186. Send for catalogue. the ins.'ripltion fii ,iate.. a- ..*.! a.- tet.
Toledo and West Palm Beach. Fla. head. are perfi.e'ty clear :e:t.! distin -t.
The Inx was prl',altly liur'ir, Ir Inst
Holiday Goods some ,,f the HuIitrueni'-s.
The Novelty Store has a full line
of books, pictures, games, dolls. go,- A c-,ul drink at a ic carts, toys and candy. (ive usacall. MANDIY'S.
I. M. DoDSSN. -
Pecans for Sale Draying or haulinIg otfall kinidi prointimpt--
300 seedling pecan trees, paper shell: ly attendeul to. Meets ali t Iain.-. Ni-,ve
variety. Forsaleat25cents each. First; wood for -aie at at. timiin-.
come. first served. A. J. CARTER. II I
Turnlull. Fla. 1 I- .a.

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Why rnnB nui him somethIngu.e- ABU Ig use- IIJI fUIIJBflIB MN D, 2, 197. ARYU 1M iU ALA
S fulWhYGetthissizeand surprise him M
'l t wId lg to Evets ith a new overcoat, or a suit of Ladie blackh,,--,. wrth c Sometic bott te People o Tits-
gct lt. Prrtaaii to veots ,thes. See that it contains the Personal Paragrapihs About People that a ispecia lly put up in ixek hosfr, wth People of Tit
Trnspirlng Abut Tow Schloss Bros' label, the guaranteed T TChristmas presents. 3 pair in a lbo,x yile as They Cone and Go
pn clothing we sell, then he'll surely beI Trae Here a d Tnee for $1.00.
Mr. Bert Johnson, who has been at satisfied. We have many handsome Pearl handle pens. eve glass holders. Dress goods, no doubt we have the Men's clothing, latest styles. prices
Oviedo for a few weeks, is expected, styles to show you. Suits and over- Bibles. Christmas post cards. Gardner's. largest assortment ever from $10.00 to $20.CO at Kline's.
home tomorrow. coats from $10.00 to $25.00. Men's overcoats, we have endless va- 42-inch voile, in navy blue and Mr. .I. I). rabb is contine-d to his
Mrs. M. E. Webber has been having We also have a most beautiful line riety. prices from $1o0.00oo to !20.Co at black, worth $1.75. special $1.29. home with a severe attack ,f rheuma-
some repairing done on her cottages on of neckwear and suspenders. put UP) Kline's. Black and white shepherd plaid. tism.
Main street this week. for the Christmas trade, one to the guaranteed all wool. worth 75 cents, Frank Deppe is now visiting in New
Miss Lollie Penney, of Fort Pierce, is box, a very pretty present, prices Wednesday afternoon from a several Monday only. 49 cents per yard. Yonrk ity with his lrother-in-law. W.
expected to spend Christmas week with 75 cents to V.0$31. weeks' business trip up in Georgia. Broad cloth in all the leading
relatives in Titusville. Handkerchiefs, put up six to the shades, including navy blue, black Rey. and Mrs. Wm. Stones expect to
You will have to hurry or our Christ- box $1.0 per box. wasin town Mondayon his wa to in- and gray, inches wide. special aytona.tma wek with their
mas stock will be exhausted. Come at aspect orange groves in the inteor. S.per yard.e till have ome elegant gift left.
once to Banner Drug Store. WINSTON S. BRANNING Danish cloth, "22 inches wide, in early lhefore they are gone. aiain-
Fine candies, fancy stationery. ex- beaiful eveninghadeome early efore they are gone.Iute
Mrs. G. W. Scobieand daughter Merle Titusville, Florida. quisite perfumes, post cas, souver beautiful evening shades special 19 nr rugStore.
expect to spend Christmas at Sharpes i toilet articles at the Banner Drug Store. cents per yard. Mr. F. A. Morgan is now engaged at
with Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes. Black mohair, 44 inches wide. one work on the l books of the Brevard At
wi Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes. Lamar Announces for U.S. Senate You can't find a nicer Christmas pres- of the best grades on the market, tract of Title. Co.
Silver shaving set, copper and pore- ent than a Victor Talking Machine. Ind-
lainsmokingsets, wallets, fountainpens, Congressman B. Lamar from the nt than a itorTakinMachine. Ind worth $1.0, Monday only $1. r Ladies' oxfords. in excellent varict
military brush sets, toilet sets. Gardner's third district has decided to enter the ian River Music House has them from yard. If styles, including goln lirn. picc
mr te t G race for United States senator and has $1Ii up. 1 Same in blue and golden brown. frotm $1..50 to $3.50 at Kline's.
Mrs. WItmore is expecting her daugh- authorized this announcement .f his can- Mr. W. A. Snow. who was on THI: White table damask. 74 inches wide Th. la li f h tliih
ter. Mrs. Bailey. and family, of New didacvy to Ie made by a telegram frumin S fTAR force a little over four years ago. I teama lin incllen ie lau wr te lg tful ienghtea i e.v d i.chr.
London. Conn., to spend the holidays Washington. passed through here last Friiav on his guaranteed all linen. excellent ie- club were delightfully entertain by
with her. way t Cocoa where he has accesigns, worth $1.5o Ir yard, Mon- Mrs. L. A. Brady Tues.Iay afternoon.
Men's Cardigan jackets, made in the Quarantine Off Against Cuba position on the News. ays special. $1. Mr. Geo. M. Quarterman is bringing
latest styles, colors navy blue, white and Indian head. 44 inches wide, al- over shipments of beans for the north
y, pres from $1.49 to $00 at The U. S. quarantine maintained Dr. H. G. Utley fell Monday night ready shrunk, specially good for fan- ern markets from Nathan. on Banana
prices $1.49 to $5 atagainst Cuban ports since early in the and fractured the leaders of his foot at river.
summer was lifted Sunday. the lith an ankle which had formerly been dis- y work. 19 c nts per yard. river
Master Rufus Robbins came over Linino. 3S incht.s wide, good for Miss Marie Quarterian left the.Ili
T uesday night from DeLand, where over inst., and from now on until next sum- lh-ated,. making it painful for him to Liino .* inches wide good for Miss Mare Quarterman left the tirst
Tuesday night from DeLand, where he mer, travel between Florida ports and get al.out and necessitating a crutch. shirtwaists and suits. specially of the week for Moultrieville., I.. to
s attending Stetson university, to spend Cuba will be uninterrupted by aran- Tshrunk, worth 25 cents per yard, spend ( hristmas with her sister. Mrs.
the holidays with the homefolks. tine restrictions. not a to. Duplicate parts can bea Monday only. 19 cent-s. A. H. Yohansen.
Delay in receiving office furniture ac- same as for high priced machines. The Ladies' black underskirts, made of Mr. R. R. Gladwin, of Fort Pierce.
counts for Dr. Miller not opening his Christmas Tree Announcements Junior is the child's delight. Get them the best quality heatherbloom. worth arrived in town Wednesday on a short
effee as advertised. The doctor hopes at Indian River Music House for $140.00. $2.00., special $1.29. visit to his father and mother. Mr. and
to be ready for business next week. The Christmas tree at the Baptist All the latest records, 8 inch, :15 cents. Black ami silk. could hardly be told Mrs. S. N. Gladwin.
church. Titusville. will be held Christ-
Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones and their mas night. Wednesday. Otto Voss, of West Palm Beach, was from fine quality of satin, specially Mrs. C. C. Curtiss and daughter. little
daughter, Mrs. P. H. Wright, left last in Titusville Saturday on his way to Mi- goo!d for lining coats and ladles un- Miss Louise, of Palatka. are expected
Friday afternoon for St Lucie and Klon- The Sunday school Christmas festival ami from his home in Enterpriset, he be- derskirts. 36 inches wide, 25 cents to spend the holidays with Mrs. t's.
dike grove, expecting to return this Fri- for the children of St. Gabriels parish ing an important witness m the Trov Ier yard. mother, Mrs. Singleton. at LaGrange.
day afternoon. willbeheldin he curchon Thursday case which is up before the criminal White nainsook, specially good for Cut glass, sugar spoon, butter knife.
We call attention to the attractive evening Dee. 26, at 7 o'clock. court this week for trial in that city. underwear, worth 20 cents, Monday's sugar tongs, bracelets, vases, ladies"
double column ad. of G. L. Mandaville The Christmas tree at LaGrange will The Methodist conference at Tampa special 15 cents per yard. watches, soap boxes. Rogers "l'17"
this week an page 8. Mr. Mandaville be held at the church on Christmas eve. has changed Rev. W. F. Allen from this California all wool blankets, silk spoons, dessert knives, knives and forks.
has a fine line of jewelry and Christmas Tuesday night. All who attend can rest charge to the Key West church, which Iound, pink. blue and red border s, Gardner's.
presents of all kinds. inspect hisstock assured of having a big time. for Uncle is one ofthemostimportant in the state, worth -.04. special $2.9. Mr. P. J. Hall is re-arranging the. it-
and you will b sure to buy. Tom never disappoints any one on all having a membership of 50).. Rev. S. P. Children's tam'oshanters, made of terior of his house so as to have mor
Mrs. H. Watton. who went to her old u McCall has been appointed to Titusville the best quality of serge, colors, navy available room. The change will add
home in England last spring, returned mission. The next conference meets in le d red rth $1.5, al greatly to the appearance as well as the
to her Florida home at Clifton on the Florida Coast Line Canal Miami. blue and red. worth 1.25, special convenience of his already cosy home.
5th,. accompanied by her son. Mr. Ar- Mr. Geo. F. Miles, managing director Dr. S. F. Smith. of Glenville. Ga., t filled n We hear that a prominent young man
thur Jackson, who has spent several of the East Coast canal, of St. Augus- and Mr. Barrett Overstreet. of Sylvania. Mailorers promptly onan of Eau Gallie will lead one of Merritts
seasons at Clifton. tine. has just received a letter from Ga.. arrived in town Wednesday after- of the above goods. Island's fair daughters to the marriage
The Pickert Dramatic company can- Commodore Hugh L. Willoughby. from noon and are visiting Prof. Overstreet. JI'l.l'S KLINE,. Titusville. altar about the dawning of the New
called their engagements at this place Miami, stating that he has taken his for a few days. the gentleman from Syl- Year, Now, can you guess who they are-
the first of the week owing to their in- yacht Sea Otter through the canal and vania being a rather o ur prinp Church Notes ean Robottom's lecture, Henry of
ability to reach Titusville on the days had no difficulty whatever in making of school, while Dr. Smith is one ,f hisa ot u
advertised. Manager Branning informs the trip. his yacht drawing four feet of intimate friends. There will be.evening service and ser- Navarre. given for the benefit of thc
us that this company will probably come water. The writer congratulates Mr. Mr. C. E. King arrived tas advertised mon in St. Gabriels church, Titusville. Pro'are.-sive Culture club in their ronm
some time in the eatly part of January. Miles on the completion of the great in THE STAR) last week with 21 head of est ever listened to by his hearers and-
SJohn M f has com work in cutting the inland waterway milch cows. He is meeting with ready Rev. Win. Stones will preach on Sun- those who failed to attend missed a rare
Mr. John Myers, of Daytona, has ,om- along the east coast of Florida. Mr. sale for the same. having sold half o(f day, )Dec. 22, at Titusville Baptist church upNrtunit
pleted the work of removyg the ma- Willoughby wasdelighted with the beau- them the first part of this week. Perry at'll a. m.. and at Oak Hill at :. p. m.
winery from the Luffbery extract fac- tiful scenery and predicts great success Simmons boug t several and at the rate Mr. R. I. Stewart. accompanied b
tory near Port Orange, which is owned to the cana company they are going Mr. King e wiseveral, sn di- Dean Robottom will celebrate the holy his son. of Brantley. ame to Titusvill
by C. A. Spencer & Son, of Boston, and to the cana company they ar going Mr. King communion and preach in the morning in their launch Pluma last week on a.
the most of this plant will be consoli- Bo Ma Exhibitise of them all. of Christmas day at 10:oi3 in St. G(abriels count of the serious illness of his brother.
dated with the Florida Extract Works Boxing Match Exhibition New Smyrna wants to be the county church. Titusvile. i Dl)r. A. A. Stewart, and remained here
of this place, the Titusville plant vir- The following _programme will be seat of Volusia county. At a recent D)an Rolwttom will otficiate in Eau until Sunday morning, when they re
D e a n P o rtw laO ra n g etle. i n E a t uu ntdl !th m o rn irlwa nt ha v
tuallyabsorbing theone at Port Orange. rendered at the Titusville opera house meeting of the board of trade of that allied next Sunday morning. Dec. 22. at turned home, Dr. Stewart having im
Saturday. Dec. 2: place the matter was taken up and dis- l:: o'clock andlon the same day in pr'.d c-insideralily. In making a lanl
Commodore J. H. Allen, who is much Frank King. the Kissimmee Cycloine, cussed and petitions ordered prepared 1 ing ,i their arrival th,. Pluma w,,ul.,
interested in everything pertaining to and Arthur Hopkins. the c-lever Eau asking the county commissioners tt call urn at not min hr ru r a s ral
m a trni,,t mind h,.r rudder anti several si .lit-
motor boats, left last Saturday for New (;aiait. ,,,er. will spar six r llisp!.i. i sipcia:tl election so that the voters I' s.ervit.ices ;at the l'r.-i, terian ,.hio,,n.. f the cahin topn were. ir.k.-n
York to attend the motor boat show. Prouf. .hIe Fielding will go thruu gh his of the 'osintv may di}et.irmint, the -ues-- church Sutlnay. pre.:ahiing a;t t p. In.. andl hadl to, Iw, repaired.. Thi 'i'hrna;i ha
which opened in that city Monday. marvelous Indian luswini perform- ion. Sunday shool at ::'.k in thi- after a n\v-lty in tht. way of a flat i,;.
Commodore Allen went there largely ance. also the duml-tell exercise. show- noon. and pra.v-rmit-t ing at:: p. m. t.xnndinii out frou m th- hull aft ; .. th.
for the purpose of interesting motor ing how the gr. at .John 1.. Sullivan FI'lNITI'l I. IHtY <; IS. SHOES t ran-,som .n .-ach side. to pr,.v.,t -!t t ;'Lt
boat owners to take part in the races, .trint., f,r all his lights. T,. ill. (Gans Indian River Drug Co. in thi. ait. r wh.-en un.!.-r ,-n-. .. .
to be held at Palm Beach in March and, Mi th ..... i,.. ,. ...... ; ..i.f.. Fir... .,-L. i't,,... hrw.,, -,n, ,..,>, ........ 11 .% .... . .



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gib: PRESENT WEEK Why not buy-him-- something- useful i 1 AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething

t MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1907.
., j ? Get his size and surprise him

with a new overcoat, or a suit of ;| Ladies' black hose, worth 50 cents
Pnngent Notes Pertaining to Events J Paragraphs About People that About the People of Titns-
clothes. See that it contains the : a pair, specially put up in boxes for.,

Transpiring About Town ;Schloss Bros' label, the guaranteed i i Travel Here and There t Christmas presents, 3 pair in a box i ville as They Come and Go
a clothing we sell, then he'll surely be |I : for S1.00. I

> Mr. Bert Johnson, who has been at I
Oviedo for a few weeks, is expected I :styles to show you. Suits and overcoats j Bibles, Christmas post cards. Gardner's. :i largest assortment ever- ]! from $10.00 to J20.CO at Kline's.

home tomorrow. from $10.00 to $25.00. I Men's overcoats, we have endless Variety ; 42-inch voile, in navy blue and j+j I Mr. J. D. Crabb is confined to his

Mrs. M. E. Webber has been having i i't j We also have a most beautiful line | prices from $10.00 to J20.CO atline's. black, worth $1.75; special $1.29. j I I home with a severe attack of rheuma-

some repairing done on her cottages ont' I
Main street this week. i 1E i ;for the Christmas trade, one to the I o guaranteed all wool, worth 7;i cents, ;, Frank Deppe is now visiting in New
I Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett arrived home I
: Miss Lollie Penney, of Fort Pierce is j J box, a very pretty present, prices Wednesday afternoon from a several 1! Monday only, 49 cents per yard. ,II 'I York with his brother-in-law, W.

expected to spend Christmas week with i 75 cents to $3.(10.handkerchiefs. I weeks' business trip up in Georgia. Broad cloth in all the leading
relatives in Titusville. I put up six to the i shades, including navy blue, black ,: Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stones expect to $'-
Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, : spend Christmas week with their in
box $1.50 box.WINSTON and i; inches wide I son
I per special
You will have to hurry or our Christ-j' was in town Monday on his way to inspect gray i Daytona.
mas stock will be exhausted. in the interior. SI.25 per yard. I
I S. BRANNING orange groves II We still have some elegant gifts left.
once to Banner Drug Store. Danish cloth, 22 inches wide in
Fine candies, fancy stationery, exquisite beautiful shades special 19 :i Come early before the are gone. Banner -
Mrs. G. W. Scobie and daughter Merle I Titusville Florida. perfumes, post cards souvenirs, evening Drug Store.

expect to spend Christmas at Sharpes toilet articles at the Banner Drug Store. I cents per yard. j Mr. F. A. Morgan is now engaged at
with Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes. Black mohair, 44 inches wide, one
I work on the books of the BrevanI Ab-
Lamar Announces for U. S.Senate I
You can't find a nicer Christmas io
presnt of the best grades on the market,
i stract of Title Co. s
Silver set, and
shaving copper porce- (' than a Victor Talking Machine. Indian -
Congressman W. B. Lamar from the worth Sl.OO
lain sets wallets fountain $1.50, Monday only per Ladies'oxfords, in ex'ellent'aril'tv
smoking ,
pens third district has decided to enter the River Music House has them from
military brush sets, toilet sets. Gardner'sMrs. $10.W yard. 'I of styles including golden brown, prices
for United States senator and has up.Mr.
race I Same in blue and golden brown. from $1.50 to $3.50 at Kline's.
Wctmore is expecting her daughter -, authorized this announcement of his candidacy -
: W. A. Snow, who was on THE White table damask, 74 inches wide
Mrs. Bailey, and family, of New i' to be made by a telegram from STAR force a little over four :years ago, all linen excellent de- t The ladies of the fortnightly euchre
London, Conn., to spend the holidays Washington. passed through here last Friday on his guaranteed club were delightfully entertained by
with her.Men's. signs, worth $1.50 per yard, Ionday's Mrs. L. A. Brady Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
-- --- -- -- way to Cocoa where he has accepted a
Cardigan jackets, made in the Quarantine Off Against Cuba position on the News. special, Sl.OO. Geo. M. Quarterman is bringing t
latest styles, colors navy blue, white and Indian head, 44 inches wide already over shipments of beans for the northern -
gray, prices from $1.49 to $5.00 at The U. S. quarantine maintained Dr. H. G. Utley leaders fell Monday night shrunk, specially good for fancy markets from Nathan, on Banana
and fractured the of his foot atan
against Cuban ports since early in the
Kline's. work, 19 cents per yard. river.
ankle which had been dislocated
lifted the 15th -
summer was Sunday,
Master Rufus Robbins came over inst., and from now on until next sum- making it painful for him to I Linino, 38 inches wide, good for Miss Marie Quarterman left the first 1
Tuesday night from DeLand, where he mer, travel between Florida ports and get about and necessitating a crutch. shirtwaists and suits, specially of the week Moultrieville, S. C., to
is attending Stetson university, to spend Cuba will be uninterrupted" by shrunk, worth 25 cents IKT yard, spend Christmas with her sister, Mrs.A. .
; quarantine The Victor Junior Machine is
the holidays with the homefolks. restrictions. Talking :\Iondayonly, 19 cents. H. Yohansen.Mr. .
not be had
a toy. Duplicate parts can
+.' Delay in receiving office furniture accounts same as for high priced machines. The Ladies' black underskirts, made of R. R. Gladwin, of Fort Pierce, s'
for Dr. Miller not opening his Christmas Tree AnnouncementsThe Junior is the child's delight. Get themat the best quality heather bloom, worth arrived in town Wednesday on a short '
office as advertised. The doctor hopesto Indian River Music House for$10.00. $2.00, special S1.29. visit to his father and mother Mr. and

be ready for business next week. Christmas tree at the Baptist ; All the latest records, 8 inch, 35 e(' ts.1 Black ami silk, could hardly be told Mrs. S. N. Gladwin.
church Titusville. will be held Christ-
iJ Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones and their mas night, Wednesday.The Otto Voss, of West Palm Beach, was from fine quality of satin, specially Mrs. C. C. Curtiss and daughter, little
daughter, Mrs. P. II. Wright, left last in Titusville Saturday on his way to Miami good for lining coats and ladles' underskirts Miss Louise, of Palatka, are expectedto
c Friday afternoon for St. Lucie and Klon- Sunday school Christmas festivalfor from his home in Enterprise, he being 36 inches wide, 25 cents spend the holidays with Mrs. C's. '
dike grove, expecting to return this Friday the children of St. Gabriels parish an important witness in the Troy per yard. mother, Mrs. Singleton, at LaGrange.Cut .
afternoon.We will be held in the church on Thursday case, which is before the criminal White nainsook specially good for
eveningDl'C.. 26, at 7 o'clock. up glass sugar spoon butter knife,
call attention to the attractive court this week for trial in that city. underwear, worth 20 cents, Monday's sugar tongs bracelets vases, ladies

double column ad. of G. L. Mandavillethis The Christmas tree at LaGrange will The Methodist conference at Tampahas special 15 cents per yard. watches, soap boxes, Rogers "1817"

week on page 8. Mr. Mandavillehas be held at the church on Christmas eve, changed Rev. W. F. Allen from this California all wool blankets, silk spoons, dessert knives, knives and forks.

a fine line of jewelry and Christmas Tuesday night. All who attend can rest charge to the Key West church, whichis bound pink, blue and red bordeis, Gardner's.Mr. .

presents of all kinds. Inspect his stock assured of haying a big time for Uncle one of the most important in the state, worth $..1.00, special $2.98. P. J. Hall is re-arranging the interior -
and you will be sure to buy. Tom occasions.never disappoints any one on all! laving a membership of ;oM' ). Rev. S. P. Children's tam'oshanters, made of of his house so as to have more

Mrs. H. Watton who went to her old such :McCall has been appointed to Titusville the best quality of colors, available room. The change will add
--------- serge navy
mission. The next conference meets in greatly to the well ; the
home in England last spring, returnedto appearance
her Florida home at Clifton on the Florida Coast Line CanalMr. Miami.Dr. blue and red, worth $1.25, special convenience of his already cosy home.
69 cents.
5th, accompanied by her son, Mr. Ar- Geo. F. Miles, managing director S. F. Smith, of Glenville Ga., filled We hear that a prominent young man "
thur Jackson, who has spent several of the East Coast canal, of St. Augustine -i and Mr. Barrett Overstreet,of Syl vania, I Mail orders promptly on any of Eau Gallie will lead one of lerrittsIsland's
\ seasons at Clifton. has just received a letter from i Ga., arrived in town Wednesday after- of the above goods. fair daughters to the marriage

The Pickert Dramatic company cancelled Commodore Hugh L. Willoughby, from noon and are visiting Prof. Overstreet I JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. altar about the dawning of the New
their engagements at this place Miami, stating that he has taken his for a few days the gentleman from Syl- I Year Now, can you guess who they are?
Sea Otter through the canal and vania being brother of our principalof .
the first of the week owing to their inability yacht Church Notes Dean Robottom's lecture Henry of
had no difficulty whatever in makingthe school, while Dr. Smith is one of his
to reach Titusville on the days Navarre for the benefit of theProgressive
advertised. informs I trip, his yacht drawing four feet ofI : intimate friends.Mr. There will .evening service and sermon given
Manager Branning
: Culture club in their .
in St. Gabriels {church Titusville. room
us that this company will probably come :.j I water. The writer congratulates Mr. C. E. King arrived (as advertisedin Sunday at 7:30 o'clock. :\Iondayafternoon. was one of the grandest y
some time in the early part of January. Miles on the completion of the great THE STAR) last week with 21 head of on ever listened to by his hearers, and
work in cutting the inland waterway milch cows. He is meeting with ready Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sunday those who failed to attend missed a rare
Mr. John Myers, of Daytona, has com- along the cast coast of Florida. Mr
sale for the same having sold half of Dec. 22, Titusville Baptist churchat opportunity.Mr. .
:: pleted the work of removing the ma- Willoughby was delighted with the beautiful them the first part of this week. Perry 11 a. m., and at Oak Hill at 3. p. m.
... chinery from the Luffbery extract factory scenery and predicts great successto Simmons bought several and at the rate R. B. Stewart accompanied by
near Port Orange, which is owned the canal company. they going Mr. King will soon dis- Dean Robottom will celebrate the holy his son, of Brantley, came to Titusvillein
by C. A. Spencer & Son, of Boston, and _._- --- of are them all.New communion and preach in the morningof their launch Pluma last week on account -
,I the most of this plant will be -consolidated Match ExhibitionThe pose Christmas day at 10:31) in St. Gabriels of the serious illness of his brother.
a with the Florida Extract Works Boxing Smyrna wants to be the county 1 church, Titusville. Dr. A. A. Stewart, and remained here

I of this place, the Titusville plant virtually following programme will be seat of Volusia county. At a recent Dean Robottom will officiate in Eau until Sunday morning, when they: returned -
absorbing the one at Port Orange. rendered at the Titusville opera house meeting of the board of trade of that Gallie next Sunday morning Dec. 22 at home. Dr. Stewart having improved -
Saturday. Dec. 28: place the matter was taken up and discussed I considerably. In making a landing -
10:30 o'clock and on the same day in
H. Allen who is much
Commodore J. and ordered
the Kissimmee petition prcpartdasking
King Cyclone on their arrival the Pluma wnul.lI
:Melbourne at 7:30 m. .
t interested in everything pertaining to and Arthur Hopkins the clever Eau the county commissioners to calla I p. t! not mind her rudder and several staun-
motor boats, left last Saturday for New Gallic boxer will spar six Kinds. special election so that the votersof Ususal services at the Presbyterian chions of the cabin top were broken
York to attend the motor boat show, Prof. Joe Fielding will go thru(' h his the county may determine the quesj j| church Sunday, preaching at 7 p. m., i j ami had to be repaired. The Plarna has
which opened in that city Monday. marvelous Indian club swinging jtrfurmance tion. i,! Sunday school at 3 o'clock in the after- a novelty in the way of a flat plane

t Commodore Allen went there largely also the duml>-l>ell exercise, show- I noon, and prayermeeting at 3 p. m. '( extending out from the hull aft to the
1, for the purpose of interesting motor ing how the great John I.. Sullivan FURNITURE DRY GOOn SHOES !; -- transom on each side to prevent settlingin
boat owners to take part in the races for all his Toys Dolls (James :: I
trained fights.Ed. i Indian River Drug Co.CO'OAFLOI11)A the water when under! power, which:
i- to be held at Palm Beach in March and Murphy, the coming champion of Fireworks, Christmas snow and candles !' w.lrks't'ry well and accomplishes the

.. securing entries for the same. One of Florida, and G. W. Wood of the New Teddy bear rocking horses | purpose intended. .t
the principal events of these races will York Athletic club, will box six rounds. Harmonica sets triple harmonicas Now ready for business great Hol-! !

I be that for the Commodore! A lien trophy.which Joe Fielding, vanquisher r of Andy il'erouJ.rar'reamSI"H.n set May Display tine toilet cases toys, ; MIMS:
.. i magnificent prize we have previously I Freedlund, at )Miami for the championship Candy in hollxes.. wagons fireworks e c. Huyler's and Ivn

described.Johnson. will Hsitively appear and box six Cius. .\. GAIW NKU. litusville.! ''Phone ey's candies Key West and Tampa 1 Beans are l king shipped this week to

I rounds with Jim Metzger. tht' \'t'ry cle\ cigars. Klegant! line of stationery northern market.

& PatcrsonCOCOAFLORIDA erTiUis\ille boy. Lipscomb Bound Over : and Florida souvenirs. Always on Mr. W. J. Duncan is about through
General admission.. $l.tNi: resirvetseats.
:::'!.UI: children half pru-e. The | reliminan trial of Robert Lips- hand first class stock of drugs and !'hiN1inslbt". : fruit from the GauKknprove.

We in stock a full and complete 'i Athletes to perform in athletic costun.e. I comb charged with having stolen goods sundries. Prices right. Come and
stock of carry fancy and staple groceries. Royal j Ladies cordially fruited.A in his possession, the property| of one see us. i! Mr. I.. L. Price has been setting out
anotlier five-acre for C. J.
Scarlet and Robin Hood canned fruits j I Admiral Gillis. of Melbourne Beach was grove Capt.
held) before Judge 1:. Notice ("oggin.
yesterday County ,
t and'egetablt..' Heinz's pickles and vin- j Valuable Relic Found I '
.,. Elgin 4-Crown butter hay. grain i 1 R. \\ ilson. Lijisromb was ordered to Mr. J. ('. Deal goes t o Oak Hill next
:i egars.and feed. '' Cwt G. G. Gk>a ., We also handle the best Florida and j his grounds at the rear of his home on I main in jail to await the action of the holder. ?of the Indian UiverState bank .

western meats beef lamb mutton and Bay street in St. Augustine unearthed j grand jury. as the charge is a case for will be held at its rooms on Jan. 3, Mr. A. M. Terwilliger is proceeding
:' what appears to l>e one of the most in- j trial in circuit "Lnt.I I'.NlS, at 3 p. m.. for the election of rather slowly with the shipping of his

pork.A t"t'tingrdics ever found tht-r-j. (I directors and such other business as I large crops of oranges from Mims. II.will .-
cool drink at a cool place at i iIANDY'S. ;j The object found i is srnali metal ox., I Wanted may K presented.JAS.l. shin the bulk of his fruit after

j I circular in shape about I2 inches in I PKITCHAUI. Chrutma.-'.
Position by young lady who hashad
I diameter and about an inch deep. The "
!! ten years'experience; in all lines \\ S. UUANXIM: : President.Cashier. .
.# Call at the Novelty Store and seethe bottom boars an inscription: and the I. If you want to please him with aChristmas
ancient date of 1414. The words in- of office work. Can handle' corres.Iofldence -
jewelry suitable for hlitlayprt .! present to H MANNING'S -
J :' scr.bitl are "Jtanne d'Arc p-e a Dom- | without dictation. Eight go
.: ents. A souvenir given I STORE. th Christmas
Orange and Grapefruit Trees MV < -
1414. The of the small case in >sition. Anxioui
non :! r >mv. top years jw
I. :M. :o-; :
;': or box bears a likeness of the head and i 1 locate in Titusx'ille. Address Miss Grown at Shiloh Fla., on high show= {'a. tilled with beautiful

J Nursery Stock for Sale 1: bust t f Joan of Arc. i Williams. SI C(operJt.: Atlanta Ga. hickory hammock. Free from white neckwear suspender, handkerchiefsmade .
i The article is of metal the exact expressly for tL'hristmatrade ;
j ma- 11\ One to two old! buds.I'ricesfrom up
I - -- year year
Citrus stock grown on high pine i j I terial not King known I It is excej- 1 Land for Sale :25 to .'55 cent..;. Cart fully : tie<. onto the box: handkerchief -
land. Indian River Nurseries, estabr i|I tionally well preser\ed. every letter of -. six to the l box. price-, (..-nts
and delivered! Oak Hill!
for tilty: a< n.. ill 1 I5n'var-1 tenuity. U-HIS the packed at
lished 1886. Send catalogue. the inscription and date, asAoil! as the
teach.Valuable .
o x. W i ..ttV.. i i. s ir.. T 21. I:. :31. and station. J. W. (GRIFFI, to $5."')K'
Beach Fla. head clear and distinct.The
and West Palm are perfectly
Toledo. ; X. W. t t..t' N. U. { ..f:" i-.2.i T 21. I:. :31 Fur Shiloh Fla.
--- box was probably buried or lost Real Estate For Sale
i Curt tier jmrti Milars .I.h.1. I' -arc :>T'n
Holiday Goods by some of the HU l'nots. ; ..ti.,'. The Alpine Hotel Five a<-res. beautiful building site

' The Novelty Store has a full line .j i KOH ;ALt; C'HKP t'uH'II.! fronting lie, ft.'d..n west bank of far

of books, pictures, games, dolls, go- I A cool drink at a cool place at :.trout S' acres of g owl\ liiith: land on Titusville. Fla.. F. A. 1.0, famed Indian mtr. 1't miles south of

carts, toys and candy. Give us a call.I. i MAXDY'S. i i the ea-t or otvanule of the Indian river ager. On the European plan'furn. Rock Ledpe. Address! :Miss Sallie Magrader. -
I ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally Box li;. Orlando. Fla.I .
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M. DOD80I :;. i} at the Narrow, .crillt'd as followfe\ : Lot
I Draying j \ : !i-tion :X>, also lot No. :', section i located.
Pecans for Sale Draying or hauling ofall kind prompt '136,111 towl1shi,, :;l south, rant "K* east. ). Paci;:nana

300 seedling pecan trees, paper shell ly attended to. )1t"t't8 alii train Non This bind t.' nnimprovejl but finely located. Wood For Sale Shoemaker and repairer all work first
variety. Foualeat 25 cents each. Firstcoml' Hood for sale at a'l!! ti"o. I Fo"fnrth. r particularsaddressK. Pine or oak. any length Also plowing class and guaranteed. Next door to
t first served. A. J. CARTER. II. 1:. I HOI.TOS. 1 ,I. I Low and harrowing. See or address J., rarmthen; barber shop Julia -tnt
Turnbull. Fla. I Titusville, Fa.i 1 Brntkloii.: ..- W. Jamison. Titusville. Ffa.

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aouncetl on Dee. 2 that hereafter the

['- usual high vchool course :generally:: accepted 1 [ mfmI wn. ,

,. as sufficient preparation for tbe .

'. study of medicine would not enable --

.-' sun'cuts to enter there. Candidates Scores of Florida Citize1Have! :

.? -.Imtesion! would have to lie grad- Learned It
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aVs of approved colleces or sclenti.ic' .
If Miff.T from l.ackarhjjgpjFt; *,
; '-h! >"tis. seniors in ;go nl standing; atoniell yon if. "
Thcie is on* way t< cure '
or any other like university The perfect way is to cure the kulws.A 1
hich would *ermit the sub"titatioaf .
| bad bark means'wk kidneysXeglect J'I

,. the! first year of the medical coarser it, nrinarv trouble: P .Imw. .

> the senior year: also others not tain'* Kidney Iilh are made ffI.: Ji .

CMlizeiion 101 1 Lines FroisHeeMoWeek to>" ":es-siny a derrree may !. admitted neysonly.S. !I. '... -
Irciid of
II.v passing; n s[>ci-ial examination, 1311. Ashley n Ijeiiiott.Street...!*. cigai Tunisia.maker.FIa.-J6 I...

aysVe Don't:: Educate.Pre ana
IXan's rills -.r
"I .u:>ed Kidney
; i.Ient "ilson! of Princeton' in amid cured me Hi backache! awl disorder of tjkkidneys.

address! before the convention ofhe timef
three ait
Two or on |
of the ideas and suggesj j man held in the New York Tombn for <
,'ires of and Irewnitory bark I was iin hl., R&go
Association Colleges of the"pain in my
I I CONGRESSIONAL I : onreseuteil. being such as had I- the murder of Stanford White, the Schools! at New \"urk0: \'. t<> work f .r seve ral days. TIM- stcrwtionofthe

.niie familiar to the publkthrough yeeond trial whicb hrsd Iteen set for cot after the prevailing school ki.ln.wt in a wry 19

( t lit' president's sjiecches during; the Ill'!'. 2, was ag-jin IHl'tl"'IIl,1 on motion and college: methods condition dark color and if allowed

: Opening of Sixtieth Ccngretr. ):.:ist year, and on several subjects he of District Attorney Jerome until with a sharpstick. to stand nonnl become of the coiiwMrwyof

The first day of tbe Sixtieth congress f noted freely from former nu'ssages.neviug Jan. C on the ground t'.iat the jury declared jelly. I tried va-ions" retm-dies taking
: was taken up largely; with the I I previous recommciKlatioiis. would have tn 1 le hr-keil ui during the what seemed like iMlloi of medicine au..t

: routine business of its organization.Tbe 1 Vrhrps! the most no\cl and radicalicgestion Christmas holidays. Martin W. Lit that educators had II ,I also put on pla..ter..:, but nothing lie'ced "
irissed the "true lean's K--\'
senate was in session only hllfH1 was that the government j t let'en appeared for the defendant, and meat I\lIl1ntll I pit
I .
I inner meaning ofeducation Pill tlie advice of a friend of n.u.I !
hour and did nothing but swear in new ': hi."if..'. Evelyn Xesbit Thaw was "IM.II
of .
:;;iould the campnign
pay t'xllt'nStos| that we and using th.*ni according to direci d.> -
mcmlicrs and call the roll. There the only meinluT of Ljs family to at .
was !
I two thus avoiding .
ie great parties: ; have forgotten to tliey cnml nie in a very liort time
: a slight clash of opinions as to the order collection: of la nc ion funds, j teud the session. )Ir. Littleton will lie
ic corrupt I assemble its elements .. ,'
For Mte all Iealers : -
: of these two matters. Senator lie referred to the and in- !: assisted ia the defense by his brother.Jesse by
energy .
and tint Xw '
we Foster-MilLnni To., Itaffalo "
Lodge) objecting to the course of Vice tistrinl I ability of the American |1"41pll'! I M. Littleton the mayor of Win ,
have forgotten to H k agents for the. United Stale*
President Fairbanks in having; the senators chesler. Tenu.Mrs. .
an.l the fundamental soundness t.f our simplify our methods. Kemenjlier the nan.-I-all'- n.: .

..{ sworn I Ix'fore the roll call and tusinessoiiditioiis ami deplore. :! theiractiee BrrcIey! "Not GJ lty." ." Kdiicatiou as take no ',Ihff.A .

saying it was contrary to custom. The uf money hoarding. He re- The tria! of Mrs. Annie Itradley: atWashington -. distinguished from

vice president insisted however, that 1t.'r.t,1 l the iwM-essity of governmentoiitrol for the murder of exSenator r technical traiuinsr ; South Jacksonville Traoep *.

this bad lnen the practUv of the senate of interstate coinmen-e aid inistel P.rown of rtah. with whom she < lilt nt Wilson.l shnld 1-e based" online '
The Times-rninn of Fridav ::i\ -
for more than a hundred y -p-s. ..i that the ff-.l-nil c"ll..ntutinu; : had liecn on intimate terms for years, principles enlightenment, orbnation
; details of a ti rrib'e Tnankst ix.u. : 1 ..
The new Oklahoma; senators. Owen '
lakes ample pro\Nion for sTich ionrol. : ended willi a verdict of "not guilty"Dec. and discipline. Iy orientation
and < :or 1'. were not recognized ar.d tragedy the victim eing a re> .r
and ii- this conm-cti. n he would) !i afr the jury bad I..u out he ieunt the power to organize one'siiiowledge

their credentials will not I lie accepted irovklc! a fi1cril dl:;rft'r for large '"rM ;; nearly all night.: Only one juror bad ; and see things with perpe'tive. : S.tnth Jacksonville. That p.ipe. -

until I after their forma! election! by the >ratons doing interstate bus nes. Aevision held out against the erdit for hours What our age needed! most Tree brothers, John Edgar an\\ -I I i-

Ill'tltc.'s legislature Dec. in. Neither of the currency laws to profile i i and he was for manslaughter. The vere the! dreamers and creators. :Merenf'.rmation Hartley, of Mandarin, left hon ;nWednesday

,. "f Senator ankhead nor Senator for ) : in the ,.,.1- crowd in the courtroom the'r.HI'
greater elasticity I, applauded did not educate, and it morning; for a tarkTliey > :
.. Johnston Alabama eou'.d! IK.* suom niH' I'f the circulating! medium i itnmg'y i.. I I \ ( *. the technical ground of which night impede the minll.IFOREIGN. th- ..
camped that night in w .o
i until the deaths of their pnileivssors.Morgan urged. lie reiiewnl his uiiMTiiendations -!- | was insanity induced by the ill treatment
and day began to show yestc. ; -
and PetSus. had I-ecu amiiumced. -
.1 for the iiiipositioi of anoiie of the defendant by P.rown.

as the t'llattjomrlt'tl in honor of p<- and inheriiaiice trsx. indorseshe } Horning they proceeded I in? > ;
J Powder Trust Denies It All.j .
the dead.In |io..tiiiastcr senenirs plan for p<.st- i swamp in seaarch of turke\s 'Ih .
j Thirty-eight of the forty-three dej -
It.. the housethe only variation from :11 I saving b: T ft Visits With the Cssr.Secretary .
fend Hits named t in
by g'ncmmcnt
: the cut and dried routine outlined bv j
rJ I vis and would provide fort tl
pan post th hunt. Edgar and Jack went in on
the lenders of the majority was the I its charges; of conspiracy and tradej of War Tafl after a IIri..f1'Iu
l mail service.
etter ocean pnsit wJiere he amiii direction while John went in an< h. r
SI iussi.i.
: at tscow.
made of Wisconsin restraint the of the
protest by Cooper (" system of protective tariT. hehinks. j on part powder
'' &! -< family were ehil.oratey! entertain The yelping of the hanters l It. uuh'
the rules of the federal
against last congr<*ss.Speaker should Nj j -serve t1. but ad trust have filed answers in the
Cannon had )lieeii duly electedin nits that a revision of the schedule I''court at Wilmington! all denying theicfnrges. il umlfr cotistant gtwrd by troojts. arrive them toward each other ai.l;

accordance with the unanimous desirable He strongly urgesin I ; The chief coiite-ition i is that :! at St. Petersburg; iH-c. i and was within :gunshot Edgar was; c-ontidcn'

.i: choice of the ll'l..lhJj"lnIWII" on tho :nay inland waterway system' I.>llithrough the business i is not unlawful! l>ecause rt'4'lu..1 by (be czar at Tsarsko -lon that be had discovered his gam la

pn"hin;.: Saturday night rnd had: U-eu that the bad ai private audience, th."isit lastingive
.. the Mississippi i alley and company t:1II.110 stead it was his brother, John.>> A IO.
iioiirs. Fir t two
(>sC'orft'tl to the chair by Williams, theDemocratic i rig'it to purchase other omipanies or >
iblans for
i :11"1;: the Atlantic coast, hour then reviewed 03 his all-fours continued to nnrkey.
for they
gether an ;
leader when the adoption proHni| when considered good 1 investments.
:i larger army, with letter !pay. and a I I he I crack military force at the l'aIWt. Edgar fired at the nic\.n-: :
of the former rui >s was moved. Mr.Cooper 1'11.IIS'H'rs show how
in construction
uaterial increase nava :11.1f'Ut to luncheon. The czar I is ofcjcct it not being sufficiently HL: to
< said that t'\|IIt'rit'IIC't. had convinced the! smeller com-enis were :I"s..rl.."I.l y
him that the rules at"o he coming jear. A recommendations I the voluntary consent of l-oth parties'Icting VMI.I, ..._. tit. __ .Iiiv.n. >.> >.>.\iin_. _><_ _s<_>il__ .u Iiis_ litzli_n __ ri'-'r_ rll distinguish it, but being confident th-
also made at
much power to the sjieakcr and too lit I for the I"nited States and to have sent it vras a tnrkey. when immediately
exposition! in I'.ii:!. Sunday Theaters.
tie op'Nirtnnity for the mcnilicrs to represent !i warm ;greeting to President llyoseelt. fer the. shot was fired his brother crk'i
Chairman Fowler Rcsppointed.As ;: I Supreme Court JustinO'Cornian ofv \ The Taft i .' rty nest made aI..rt
"HIISI itlWUtS. Por instance,
.,'\ York on the strength of an old cut: 'My God! you have shot me. A
I when hI' had refused to tote for tin1 an indication of a desire on the call at I I'.or I in.Crar

.Pacific railroad. 'art of congress to deal promptly. with but uareiiealo-1) law has decided thltt..c' Aks Dourr.a to Work. few minutes afterward beTas de ..*"

t he currency question Six-aker Cannonleparted form of play, concert or public The funeral I took place Friday in tne
refunding :1J The ilouma's reply to the sjieechfrom
former from pnivdent in naming amusement is illegal on Sunday ii that Mandarin cemetery. The victim of the
!speakerhad I be: throne was read b\ nraiK.TorNicholas
the house committee banking andcurrency city. The major and ioice! coinmis
refused on awful affair was only 21 old.:
j torecognize and n tbe margin lie wrote: years
>i .1"llC'f:1t on-v took measures tu enforce .
""": in the ojiening boms of the
)h i in lielieve the
\ ; 1 am ready to expressedsentiments.
f the law. and the were lis
J managers
Cession instead of waiting until after
for any pun1 I await prodtu-tive work. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer
""' to put it Up to the public. : by offering
he Christmas Fowler of :New poses
'p ) f'Jr thc' four ivss. Greatest Blood
:Jz;) The same day President Khomyakc.frof Purifier Free
f" resistance.Feo'eralizing .
Jersey, w h nvntly criticised Secretary -
'f'' !l or (in'i years. Ill'f the douma bad an audience with
If blood i i.
yonr impnre, thin .
Cortelyou for what he termed .
: State RJilro .ds
}, declared furthei I :: the ,czar and the latter listened withJrt.:1t hot or fnil of linmors if yon lia\ blondjioion
.\ ', that the sjKakhad his inetlicielit efforts to relieve the The rnited States circuit court of
< apieals
; interest to descriptions' of tbedeliates l'llu't'r. carbuncles' eating sores
II ,. r become till' financial situation. The committee isexitivtid | at St. Louis, reversing; the decision in the stormy sessions when ", HTofula ecxeina itching, risings and

I 1',1.... jUcI uf to organize at owe.Culbercon of the district court for Colora autocracy vas under consideration.During :: bumps'. H-ar l y, pimi ly skin, bone pains

/' what legislation! Leads Minority. in the case asrainst the Colorado Saturday's session a scene of fatarrh, rhenmatism. or any blood or

shall Iv consijered North wi-Mcrn Kailroail company, .kin .li"t' a>e, take Ilotanic lUood IlalmI
rC A'i1f Tlie ciicu] < of Democratic senators utmost excitement followed the statement
; 1,1" ( 15. 15. i S.on all sores .h.. il acl es
; whenas. in that railroad wholly within
tP any
.Ji chose Culliersoii >f Texas as chairman of M. Kodicheff. leader of the
and ami the Mood it
pains stop modeimre
1 7i r" his opinion, tin a |Misitioii wh'u-h I by nstoni cjirries state, but carrying goods consignedfrom Constitutional Democrats, that IH osterity and rich. Drussrists
or by
::=:;- !leadership of tin slate to another, i is subjevt to "Xpl'PtlSI
\\ ih it the authority of minority leadership I would rememNr: "Stolypin'snecktie. *1 per larpbttli- Sample fre.- by writ-

r/"H'V.. party should leiijcm ; in the senate ami which was the interstate commerce law and t.1 ." referring to the name ghento ill!! IOtlIIa11\l To. .Atlanta\ ia. It. B.II. .

q the floor of held by his tilleagiie. Snator Itailey t emulation by the interstate eommem* the hangman's; noose during the rerut i is espeially adv ised for chronic, deepseated -

the house and The fact that e"nll"'r.un:1" (.It..ft..1 commission. Jude*> Sanlmru of St. Pan! harsh and repressive measures.Tbe rnee. as it cures after all else fails.

Mr. COOJKT'S pn' revelations of Itailej's MT\UV for I the decision. Jinlge Philii. of Kinsi; man. Premier Stolypin took occasion For Over Sixty Years

test was !seeoinl: by Do Armond of Standard Oil interests had; deprhedhim City dissenting. to tell the doutna in so' many word)* :Mrs. XViiijslomii' Stothinsr : has
) Missouri nml l It leader Williams. ItIVnnsylvauia Syrup
y of his former support.LEGALCRIMINAL. Reverses Fine of the Southern. that "the historic, autocratic i o\ver b ti ns=e\l for over sixty yean" by milhxnvof
"':, reply Dalzel! of said tn The :North Carolina !'npn.ul..turt and free will of the monarch standout mothers for their children while trelbinz. -

1" ru'i-s had U-cn prove.l c'Tc'.tln'! in le.rislatinn. : --- j has retcr>ed Judge of the superior ns HI.> IW..t (lrt'4'jQIl'a"I".I of tbe with perft..t :-lIn"1'S!". It : ootbes the

nid the sj! >eiker ?:I ill that tinmajority I !! court in the $:*II.1Ut line imptd Kusssiun state." child, aoftenp the !gnnis, ala\) all pain,
could chsinge a rule whenever I ; | I cures' wind colic, and i i" tlip be t moedy' ;
on the Southern! railway for selling Ambassador:: Aoki Recalled. *
It was so dis]I"oseil. He cited til- for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poorlittlenifferer
Ril.-oad Obeys Alabama Lw. tickets aliiivr the rate of 2t ci-nts:. a
fact :!iat the sH'aker I is also a niemlv Ostensibly to rejiort orally to hi-* government i lIIulf'tliat..IOld by drogsn -

and :1' :<:1"1 i c'HiMel I lu refj.- iinai;! < ;Governor Comer of Alaluima aiiiouiceil | mile established by the legislature. on the treatment of Japanese >t!' in every part of he world. Twentyfiv -
that Pn*>ideiit Krierson andu The higher: court the criminal .. "eiita >">til IW> "lIIf' and a>k for
mous i,-i.'iii.. TbN! i'lt s!I'" .N'Ja inmii-nmt- .\ ... .- Viscount Aoki.nioiicd ..
eral Counsel Alexander! Hamilton of pr<*vdiiirs void saying tl1lt111'0' "MrVin: '''low'e "H>jhinr; Synip," ndttkf
.>-" t"III'I': ; !-'!;.' t'ie o.rMM>:ati'>n of t'v I I... .1.lpIIII. :UUIId"r. ,,':lS ":)III .
,. the Atlantic! Coa-t Line had agree*! t<. |1:1 ci\il penalty is prcsrHi. against a '11' .tl'1" 1.\.1. ifiiaranttfd: tinderbe
; i u.v.a< in the hands ut'I I >a-e! by cable to return to Tokyoforthwith. f"-d uni .
ilinj- June
: art. :;ntli. !"
naui'ilill ; folle by tbe cresitnni t.rI. "If;
pt iiiio ell'et the freight rale j corporatbni.
,"ar,:j '!i rtf-l :!f men vjio have hl'r.,1 Although it was denied attbe :-:'. : : )! "" I"' '''
:. the railroad rale bills and ai." the I I.. criijiinnl I oficnsc :;giiiist tile iig.-iil.- I
for\ $ him. T\.40 iMgOenrnstrati' legation that thereial
J : .vnt iwsM'iiger nite. j i..r iLr cor;,or.uioii. tbe civil penalty:
: !!* :!iT''l: ;hJIM:- .- < .,e;>5 I'" i was :intended

.tytA N-in: :Jo. .-'i.--r :..i i.en lo il I>.- .- "';; ._ct- ;)r.c." the Supreme Court. 1 first iiri'M-ri1-!! relieves the t"'I1N':1 ,..I:., '''''',,: :'"

,vi<*u b.. ;! tlie ro>jrin ansis. "'lie: I"ri'-e Sac> supn-Hte ,'nan :1'\ | lion of |>tiiisineul by indictitieiit tin I: imp:'."" ..u ;:"Iwrtl: CASTOR
tier tu-! criminal oiT.-ii.-ecrviti; d against: -
t : .* Mt'ier !'..;' '.\'. J. Itryaii vhi Ii" V.:1: '!!i'to.i l ;js h.-r"iil down a lc !" so. !ly ,, :'s that "I'V I For Infants and Children.
: the ,
.-t...1. o-i t'- '' > -. eo-n-i-Ing his ris'SiniJar i i .1 :. c-alite. to ||M>
. ..; r :. : I '......',.,. :1:'" i I ;'. .' "- i',v I...:'!-,'il1.! ;!!III :Nash\ii i "> I Shot In Ccve.-nor's C" e.I turn. lb- i :- ;.-.! I The Kind You Have Always Bought

ft tn c*nditiois in the! hou wth ;: i ;' -.t t..lIllCln) a ur i last Man-us !\ John A. S. "-e. a luii i ic n*!**:' 1'j : tluit Ibertw :. li" I.
F Bears
dlrcctlt>n "f Ihe M-iinlc uuijort.wa > i"e-:: :'.I'I O, MTS. t be action w.:..; j fr-i i ::'! :a'.Jmii tr.-e! '..t-cks.;; ,'uk!".'.! -train in The iviations i the

so-a T.. 'enter rU'Ja.ltl"kh! n:' ., %'-' :/"n r.iit rn.n :'nll oilier! scalp r. I j U>e slatehmise at lostt'"i IVe.: T. in of iie! ; ,. .. i: Signature of "

Uh".l'" I"kl n.1.)1:1) i rlllI" of the<-" ;;-IT-| !(-; 'j--g ia li:".:-UCSO fclitelVllee.I 11"'j .i.-.i i"> U: il:! ';."-e: !tor ;uiid.; In tii. countries, but it NkllotMi
'. ,-<.:imilte '. !., \vboni it \\ .." Ut-id'tl lcivt .. ';: :,' '.. .:Ii- iil- ami Nashvi'lc th-kels. I i... <' ':ive"aieo: Sieelc! slto's ''.'I':;:: lar'lI 1 : ; 'iiI' : lhli!| !II|!S r'

r lu privili .re of initiatiuz ;i ne\" !i: I'le cases of th.' \\'t"It!-\vai5ig f< 'r :T. audi; :I'i.1 \.. :, I'll' <.;1:1;" '!" !,:! rii: ..II' II.. ,.,.

.rrc.ic-y reform l-iil. lie. wi,!! CranCKd ( ., ..; :!M.. su; 1 Ilw fVitiylvaiia 'oiS "!i e. .)u>' .>fvh" 'i! \.a-i not e\n--tei II" I.., 'I ,!I" .: '"...... 1:1: th. ; ; '

I...,lz,' Massachusetts: :;, had '.,'C'n n I f't'!.t' r."y| a-m'-ist! lie IVn: :, !i ai-.d tM-n was o.;t.!!." .> ervil bs val T"i ,... .. Mi. -.oka v..i i: :/' : ::..

nniii">ncil tn (lie White HOIIFC lo t"11 .. ', : :i'a K: ilr: lr.(1 : I' 'nt.I I' I. '":'; l : ." \ read; ri .111.... !t. '

t fer with the pn-sideut the fnaii'iasituation. :.'; to r.* o;;,,:,, 'i;>-:.''TS a'leavi -.' .' ',. I i: ; !'.. : :: 1 I.r-: ; \\ :; : ,to .....,1

Itvas innlerstoiNl! thi lt ". Invi sTsaiHtl! l.y reaoa ...' > *':' I .\11 i
[ !) tC.'ION At !
I\n< \ of i Pennsylvania 1 wa" to I... :III- : K, :"s di"'t-rl! :iu-IU: in favor of n !I" I. ',': \. : .- :. ... irom 'I-i.i-i! 11.I! !
r; |MMiitciIhairiian of the committee Uil 'ou: ;I rri"s: i
tired a position of great IMIWCF In t1.' -lie; rM: ;;'',-1| . c1 !*, n,"iir,' t.. .. j Pn HlfHif Jf.h: Swai-i of StrrtltI : ':: ; .. .. .' ." .' i.iiui-.T III II' y I

A striking figure t'w! ':5! i it j its t Wy f I aiKHXineed that IHarid fi. .. .... ,
senate. ain-mg : <.r iU I"4'ii.1 by i': I! ni re : | -.- : :' :ie of Il4- [I" :! "' ..ia !

new N.'IIltur'IS Jefferson: Davis nf '0.1! .-<.:::i':- .:%*,; i-i r''vin<"'- .W t'ntrial: i trnsttr< Iwd '''O?'''' tn tintH -lrir "itn:. ..1-! -;, !..-- :: : had !"....n

Arkaiiva round faced. piysica! :': :> --j- | |K|- pl.iiTitiiTs: I hi the prepnraloi ;: after asking the "pinimi of tweiiiy. fiv i :'>i-l 1 t-i !: !;.. the \v'-bnr'to; ; :. p.-' !

giant who had annouiiceil his intntion of theiraM. other "tjJit...reih: t 'hesluitild noacnt I II I Ii
.- :.c.", ;,... j Trcnth D.r.K .. i
of stirring up the ilignitied; seiiat*.'. In the .-ise of Thomas PoU! anof! ; >! the millions left tt>em by MiAr.nn i

His mahlen "' pi-ech. howe\er. was put ers of Teimee a-ain-t the Mut'ta.Ileserve T. Jeanes v.:iih tli.> oHHiitioii; MM *> -. ;-'. !,- just pnl.ii.-li-- MI ,r- ....hial

oft" to a later day. Puiid Life .soeiatioii of :Ne\. I all inttrctiiicgiafe: aihlrlw-.., ,. ,UabandoixiL d : "f the 11"11.! t1' ParNshow

York the 4"4.llrt decided that the reiccorponitlon ,. Pn...isleut Swain !<# l lhoweter. ib* birih rate of I'.im; to baelnell
The President's Message. ti.l.i
of the had that if the ,. Ibe lowest on rectird. lu that
company 11'.1 i ivio''tel : estate were >
In of house President and senate Uoos-evelt the 31111:11mt'S..Ic wapresentetl. any of the rights t.f the |".!i.hoIi'.e'N .-\ 1! ltr,11t' would favor trying the exn-ri y'COlr HH- iotu fell! ro vi";.v7| :iv ,..?? FRIEND TO

and that therefore lh. stat.'. | 11I.>lIt with the privilege ..f reiiiniin:: : [pn.41 l tilth: v.t'=: >ir;. she :i\erag.? for tbeprecidiu j FRIEND.
the formal notice of the as.
made law under wl'ich HIM company nt Nl I | the money if it were fonnd that th ;: det-ude! I lie deaths of the The personal recommendations
cfonircss havtnsl een of .
trembling .. ,
:Jr 1'" 7:: I:" peo.pic
wa> no; in -ontra\ention nr the fedoraconstitution. : gift was of less ralne than the lack. ,,( who have Uen
; by a joint i-oninilttee. The messapecoraprise !' cured of coughs and
freedom.I .
.I a tl(iciiment of considerable I C.A.STOnX.A. colds by Chamberlain's Cough Kerned/

'1 length and cut ered pretty fully tbevarious Thaw Trial Over to Jan. 6. I Cornell .Vicc'ical Cicndzrd Hirher.! Su" ,10 '" .,.", e.IU have done more than all else to tnake it a

l'ilI"'t''' of federal n-t- y Again.-t the wKhe.. :nd pleas of Harry j The ffl iilty of th' Cornell Tniversltyl e 2 j Maple article of trade and
"ll:*'?*' were fw new nr -trikins; fea Thaw! the wealthy Pitt>burg youn: !*
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.-"ITEMS OF NEWS 'Ii. A Woman's Back

l lBy Has many aches and pains caused by

weaknesses and falling or other displacement

of the pelvic organs. Other symptoms
-: ; of female weakness are frequent t

I. e. headache, dizziness, imaginary specks or )

1 dark spots floating before the eyes, gnawing
flit t.'ls Being Done Towardsthe De-
... ? : sensation in stomach, dragging or
.. bearing down lower abdominal or
of the Peninsula
: Yelopment region, disagreeable drains from pelvic r
."'...... .
.. x -. or ansfaint! spells with general weakness.If .
The county commissioners of Marion bUt n R. Greer -
any considerable number of the above
.t- county have voted to call a "wet or. T--- / i symptoms are present there is no remedy '
.. (Copyright. IV: *. by Hilton R. Gr er.)
dry" election on January 21st 1908. r saur. "' XII that whlrive quicker relief or a more per-

: Marjorie and mistletoe! ma cnt ?h State Senator C. C. Wilson ot Ear- ;
: i 1.1 'Rarer combination .., v Pre imJ> U has a record of over forty
i a_,#, Ja; tow, died in San Francisco CaL last If{ f" : 1' years of cur k It t* the mnt potent ii

k l'.r, IMonday where'he had gone for treatment Sever stirred man's heart I t {t i In'i\T in... to i + .j.. p thPninv'n" "' p-

: .. in a sanit rium.t trOT?. y knnwn tOP kat 'jt'n'P. Ills madeof
"......L... the giycenc extract:> of native medicinal
With sweeter expectation 1
The exports through the port of roots found in our forests and con ,

.I Ternandina for the month of November Shining spray of mistletoe \ tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful or

Snowy beads a-cluster habit-forming drugs. Its ingredients/ are I
l ,
amounted in value to $!$76,523. The f
all printed on the tie-wrapper and attested -
Lips that lure and that e
li\. tQtal shipments'of lumber were 1.1: :!;;,- eyes under oath as correct

j I :::L 410 feet. glow -r -Y/ Every ingredient entering into "Fa:

.: ..'... With a tune day luster! vorite Inscription has the written endorsement -
Duval county will through: its coun
t a. of the most eminent medical

ty commissioners sp'ndJO\ (} in pro- writers of all the several schools of practice

: i -, Tiding an elaborate exhibit at the Jacksonville 'VTaniorie and mistletoe, more valuable than any amount of
Both suggesting hisses! non-professional I t'Stimtnialtholl! the

t Mid-Winter Exposition which Craven h: who dares forego C ,. 2yr, s c latter are not lacking, having been contributed

: .. Opens on January 15th: 13<''8. voluntarily by grateful patientsin
I Such supernal blisses; numbers to exced the endorsementsgiven

, 1 i" Senator Taliaferro has been appointed Craven be, a dullard slow to any other medicine extant for
by Sinclair Culberson of Texas.
the cure of woman's ills.
Needing small condolence: ..
i Democratic leader in the United States iT1"j You cannot afford accept any medicine I

. liSt the right, where hisses of unknown t"omlJt'iitiun! a* a substitute ._' ;
Senate a member sf the Committee
a'' grow tAdGfs, for this well proven remedy OF K>OWX t
to Prepare Rules of Procedure for : i:7 A (COMI-OMTIOX: even though the dealer may '

"I' Minority Conferences.On mho plucks them nolens: vo- ;k 5 make a little more protit thereby. Four

ler.o! interot !in regaining health paramount 4 4to

-. Tuesday afternoon. Mr. II. C. any selfish interest ./ hiJl and it is ai

Reed an aged resident of Arch Creek may beat and swirling insult to your intelligence for him to try

died from injuries sustained from a Sled to palm off upon you a substitute. You
snow know what you want and it is his business
fall while giving chase to a : heifer -
;: young;
Blur th: darkened window; to supply the article! called for.

. striking heavily against: a stump Crooning winds now high Dr. IMerce's Pleasant Pellets are the
y 4.
and receiving;: internal injuries which original; "Little Liver PUN" tirM put tip
now low by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago,
caused his death within a short time.
Chant a shrill crescendo; ; much imitated but never equaled Little
His remains will be shipped to Mac sugar-coated granules to take ?
What red 1. where dark eyes I' ; : easy as
clenny, Fla., for interment.Miami .. z candy.
glow >... I ,
Metropolis. .
r Of starless shies and stormy? .' p

W. T. Cole a car inspector for th"
r Marjcnc l and mistletoe .' .", 77 f Most'aluablf Set of Yacht and Boat-
Atlantic Coast Line at Ocala was run
Nalu endless summer for BttiLling Books err Puhliikfd.
i over by a freight car and instantly mcj! l..i' _.. ... >..
\ ,...... &tt tatn4WbY. )0,ta1 \..... RUDDER '
f killed: in the Ocala yards Saturday af- -- -- I
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. ternoon. The deceased had reside I Lad just: taken enough morphine to Mangrove Commander Died in His I would( escape severe punishment HOW-TO BOOKS !

there for sixteen years and is survived kill him and would he dead in a few i j Chair The scuffle took place near the sugar Ovn0 boats have teen built from the linn
printed in three books Successfully sailed ti
1 l>y a wife and a large family. He was ,minutes. His wife ran out to summon Surrounded by officers and friend I furnace and the kettle was full of every clime! and upon every Sf..-Full detail

a prominent Baptist and also a nnme drjwins; of all parts, showing what it is and
t While she who hour most pleasantly hot water. Bennett navigated his
neghb! ors. was awa) spent an opponent how to nuke itText extremely simple.!

!; ber of the Odd Fellows and the Woodmen the doctor shot himself. Melancholia laughing and chatting. Captain Paull. toward the kettle and at the HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 tf

1 of the World.In due to ill health and misfortune: is ascribed dimming; commander of :he United: psychological moment with all the K fo..t irmritlmt. tjrl ......,..(mild...Irmtar*.H m._ 1
?***f. g.nd r iin{*IrtMtt fur a(W,to k. the game i..
the municipal election in Sanfor as the cause :States lighthouse tender Man';,'rove.slipped effort he was capable of, dumped Johns HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA t

last the reform ticket hot This Jonussomething fine taut for .ftT-,ii ...!rnO[ or fcnnrlmff about h
Tuesday was Bruce a:111"iet"r from his chair dead Saturdayafternoon into the water. gave lest> I| T II. hr.-nH..t.....r..l.hro.011;_parrag.
The brothers I .. ..,. 1t
elected b}. a big majority, ranging;: ;: from aboard the lighthouse; tender ;: else to think about and h? 1 full pans n' p-t." 'a of rvmpk"nl
Knight of Charlotte Harbor while HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
::G to 80. The following officers were Storter's which was moored at Palifox let go Bennett's finger/ in his haste ti :Most wfm'Mi.fnl raria? madame ever d .iffi> d ; a pninwr .
hunting last week near (;t'O. .. '.,. Ana aaJ ...tralia bald
in .ra. to tat
eajr ;
, Iected1ayor, Forest Lake marshal wharf Says the I't'nsacola Journal: get out of the bath. Bystanders note lo.i..,t,. :
in the Everglades;: in :Monroe county. I
.r Theodore Lee : Aldermen. II. R. These who had been at the table interfered and the fight ended. Mr. HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
killed a huge rattlesnake that had nineteen : Simplr mill |>rartir.l howmir how t.trntatrocta6amd
: Stevens Samuel Pules ton. D. I... : v itb the captain and who had been Bennett returned to Jacksonville wl'h all lur a**iMtaanj ma(.ir It-.I..hoTpIaDL ,
rattles. Bruce was here
Thrasher Charles H. Evans. These. exhibl-I' laughing and joking with him could K th hands bandaged and Mr. Johi.a HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
ns the rattles FridayIt ('(' fin* all aroint*! ...-m.: Mat good raMa; .
." are all young men and the city is afire I not realize that he was dead. A phy- Tas hurt in the shoulder wnere t .l.r ...1..... 1......(... ..t-r.
the snakes are fond of him. as one
with enthusiasm. scial was summoned. lie made an struck the edge;: of the kettle and wn HOW TO.BUILD.. A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP !
crawled into his camp lied on th' I A el..r ItttpV atl'D!' boat with *drprat everaamrl as

The: firm of Holmes & Husted wholesale few weeks and bit him : examination and found life had passed presumably scalded? to some extent mall uil plan.
I and death due to heart trouble. Not a arrests as far as we can learn
fish dealers had the largest ito
on the leg. Fortunately that was a 1\0 Fast to b.dd.rrtbmt.nq hr:jn .. ..
bcgm :ran br btiill >ry ctiraplj.rrtlhTptioop r rat Tif 1 1
i catch of Spanish mackerel of the sea sour' was uttered except the exclanntion. > followed. '.
rattler had it In-en a diamondback -
I as he slid from his chair "Oh A ranphted..tmtmn..*f bow f.bvild a mod".....Ii_
yesterday I Bruce would now be in the happyhunting ISIMPLE yt ikiff vtni !.Mri .g .....r..... !,
what a pain. MIXTURE SAID
grounds.-Punta Gorda Her-

; Another big catch is looked for today, aM. Captain dimming;: was well knownin PRICE $1. EACH

I as word received: here today would Pt'n arola. where he had many I TO RELIEVE VICTIMS r.crao .Y 1:11"$5: AIIYWHIII: '

I An immense eagle measuring;: seven friends. He both in the Bound in cloth-Gold lettrriim-Size! of pag
was acquainted
seem to infer that more fish were on
Q by 11 irctlrs--large. c..rly..s."WD plans.
I the of wing to the tillof
feet from tip one ;:
j the way. The fish were practically city and at the navy yard as his vessel Mil This Simple, Helpful Receipt at
the other was killed about eight THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.MII""A' i
frequently came into this port for
all shipped away last night and this miles from Pensacola late Friday afternoon I Home and Try it Anyway 9 :' STNtCT NEW TOUR. U. S. A '
to the northern markets.-:Miami I supplies and coal. On this occasionshe ,
by M. M. Archer a planter who .S>d Metropolis. arrived Thursday afternoon having Get from any prescription pharmacist Library. qtOq
was coming to the city on a business
t" the
; been out for a month or more sup- :
1 Thomas and J. B. Graham prominent rip. The farmer saw the eagle ait Fluid extract dandelion, one half ounce:
pl\ing the various lighthouses, and it .
- naval stores operators of South- killed a young;: hog. but at the timo compound kar on, one ounce; compound( .
was the intention of the captain to san-aparilla! three ounces.
. convicted in thoi know that it such bird syrup
tern Alabama recently elM not was a
remain until Monday morning.The Ialwt'll in a bottle and take a t a.Sl'nnllfultll -

United States court after trials on lie had no weapon with him. but the home of Captain Cumming is in | )'t" after each meal and at l etl- rtro

'. charges of peonage;: were denied a nev immense size of the bird and its attack relatives tiine.The i 'rscai nvl'r PRIC D
ramps and were notified
above+ l''tl..ll i l by eminent
tUe United States court in the hog caused: him to an
trial at upon '
hi: death and it is supposed that the authority, who write in a New York
Pensacola Saturday. Thomas Graham turn and go to his home where he secured Inly a" the fine>t I remains will be:: shipped there for in paper| |I'rl' ;;

jI'I\ was sentenced to serve thirteen his shot gun. Returning to the terment. written to relieve 1 backache, kidney Iron- .

I f. \ months in the federal prison Atlanta spat) he found the eagle devouring the The captain was comparatively l tale, weak bladder and all f a This mixture acts promptlyn
> I Ga., to pay a fine o' $.*.MI. J. B. hog and killed. it. The bird was ,: '/ '. 1--: '
young man to have attained so a high lie elinnnative tissues of the kidneys, : : .f. -ei :; hcrpi.i: :' II
to six monthsIn brought to the and excited much the .. *. .a.n.r andar;., : iatifit '
: ; city theta tiller and strain
""Graham was ; rosition in the light house service.' He eirublinz to t .. .:. p

\ II jail and a fine of $.">.IIU.r < curiositv.Hester. !between thirty and thirtyfivecars mir nid and other wa>te matter front the . .m a' .. .
: bl .. .. ,., .
I For the first time in history of the Under, a colored woman 01 of age;; and had been in command" : lrrrW oii<: h.tIltft'r with tier af !' "" .rt 1i

.h community St. Pete.-slmnr i is going in Jacksonville, has been awarded d.iuiig cr the Mangrove the largest;: of the tiirtinii" may not feel inclined I to .place i I. ..... ', :"1.

for raisins potatoes for the Northern .;s in the sum oft.ftO; against tht'i.y I tenders in this district for neatly twathe much c<)iitl \*- tii.M- \\ !I..t liavttneil itay the reMit
markets. The Vest-tab! Growers'and of Jacksonville by a Dural (count I '- M TS. =,reMtiiiIv sur|'riin:. the relief I", 50 YEARS' ( '

j Produce: Association and, those outsids j.1yTie plaintiff st up that lntrl I Ii :'ftlfCteti witlH'tilt the sli_l.te-t itijiiiyto EXPERIENCCi

wall about I ", iMh of this ""ar. when .1 terrinclti I Hot Water ettiea it. tin- slotlactatioilwr n r;an>. r
the Association: plant Mix fiine ai.i-i\nt! atria: It ,v-:
*' Jad..IIi'I'alm:! i Stiik.' Tel> )
!- >ri swept : : srapn.p
, I acres in potato an i with an avenrzieni I rain(' trti"him! :.t rr""nrner.b-I! !1'-

? of 200 ba.-he1! to the acre the crop : .1"*a V. ;r' s and ra:;!' -'r :! R ':'. i '.-,'& S NVw ;}.-s 1" "-:1 :-.-,','ile'tt! n,'iv :1"01.! tli.- 1"'IIIth.I.t| an i 1111:1.'1:1 ;iiMi r Y' .

will be 1S.O!O hn" '?,'ls. tad at the prior : .' :1' r ltisfianl! r'nj:1 a-1',! i. r bt :1- S .'i TViiin thir: ,)('('nrr' ti !UfTw.-rn i.t.u i. ** nii-i-1, ,- ,'1-'L'. 1'1' ,:;'' !. MP. it -i'" !!. .\ -

; ::.n!. ti his ;1111I'"- ;,:,"'1' -; 1'. Pi :" and Ifcirney Johns, on t>! t-&I..i In it
all through the s.; ':\SJU: last .
received 1 .III-i i ",. :.. .
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aan1l':.'. $2.: the crop will! iw wot.t.o. : ; -'.,I.'.i !ll t -.1 h i I- '! 1 -i :i .. !I., ;i- Y OESICNsv7
year eoni'nu.iy.-St. Peters wer'lviP:: an el :r-' .....!!U f'i' i i":1: ,: (I'", !r' .: .:- :mix: t .- I''r ;' ... '. .-.r CopvnTL: &N.I' .

$: .) to the .. ..,. .. ,, . ... .. -.t. .. .. ",
.1 ;'1 y. .i;inv ; ..:t .I -if' .r.i i. .11:' tyn ; : .;- .: : t- .d'S 1.-: ;: .e-n.-; -- it; t.. .,1

burs icdepenitent.Alligator ., .. ., .' ..
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where> ai* .riI! :look aft.h! > i icrocodiles p.- ; ',. t.-'al':: : :A:.It ,la't:t:t5j': ;'' I
I. : .1 1 :.r.' at' : : : .: :';:JP!! t ill-: I:.: : .: ,' .1.I ":1'-: .::

locate ;'f hi- LVuVuvt! ., \\ '';1:1: L: .' .> ,'; > I: I.1' .'" 'U--t.-! i ,. ... Children'sft.nlt'l..fI \... ;: Hmerkej.

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fa m .. .
gator : i"::: ,,' : :: hI' ('an.,' b (' ;.7:1(7 .1 ,it a5v'd: 'J:i !hip ?'!rm a: ", TIMtr.. :
'i'ii Ti ..:: "< r.. atier ';a.f' r :e o, ua-i'. ; .Iil r-!,' I"I1'- : ; .
by Ceo. Kellywh- t.s < .1 ; : ,' -- '.: .;.:n'i: :.' f :::. .' i :r.: i ? .:: aft! -r en,a:!:uu ..ea_ It ""1 ..ji.y k, t'u-' worntali. :

for several WtiTh.' t" in .- ... .' 1::: il.' .1.! I: : : ':-. 'It: t. :i.-'C.'lta :' ,' ;.b !11ns the tR n n.- rl'I1-! ,,: t1.. nl'a',: .1I"j -I/e; ;It., ',j. ., ;

planning a trip to th-? 10..or !yar.,1 I ...:: ..I! .w. : ;;a ..... :i' :,. '. ". Kit.. a iiiiir I. R..nn.ii (':11. tiiV Ui'ii: i : !.i-i,: II" '- I IT- :I' 11.:. ..I. t.: .. 'r: :

Sane where :h.-y :;::1] :L rcrocoliles. \- f I:. ,'.'lId !- .lIi:,. 3'101 laateiliii, in' i I a-a i I'I.nhti ".
Cape .r iir. ...oonhich 4.-i.
vas a trw.n.
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The:;' P.-- ihr.iis.inf: a! A Home Made Happy by Chamber- t
ih ha" with .
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inan ":: a -:t' Ioor: I. .:.n t. un- Ir !h- :
to be f. nr..! :n the waters new" lain's Cough Re::..'dyIl.ut ... UKD
ligators i'-tt Iii; ii.-i around and !m Jon \Vi, fto'1'1' \ ; -" : ;. \\ ::1.-1, : "- f CUSS VMS L'JNCSOr

the eroJwH! : are fact tll'ill.T' If '.a I i-:1) f, ,'e I ?. '',! -! _
.Miami but as two :: ,' I It.\ It11d I -
nnf : ;: 'f fac' .vlr'; ;; his fb! :: WTI: : sutliat : -
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:" Joe is: 11" :<::"'1" measUiiK'i! i -*.It."-.! t 11'hi : :- .' I
USlllIt'.riHhato .
.. two t-en-s in his r'-'t hm.e I I':.,: I.. \I', ... -' .1- .11..' I I"- ; !I' i- V'lITti I King'sm
h,- can far :' i at ia t n-.dt..1 in :I -'s It'o": .. t.
securing; as many as Johns ',. t ,
of ir..!..-tiitiVV ii.-i.l ;w.. ,, IMI tin hrok'-n. tn--n :!:.t- !

bleeding purple rrtet! .:1'" .htsi".1 J. v.-t) le.s! ii'-agl.t; :.Ii TVn.n ;t..l iiuria 'h- -M-UII. t

Dr. F. M. Blakt as?,-d *5- who canuto "'It'' 01"-",'t.\i',Bad l die.a t..rttin I welt rt.II..h t.. .eidinrent hi"h i..JI..n -d the 'his'.i linger oi tne lit''c HANDY MOTH TAPER I ms verv )

Tampa from :-t"\\ York about a yeaao. ft'O..UlIt".t.-.1 t'. Nor and tailed ffl *. La n.1 wiih his teeth.inuns la I: PRIn:r .'x

committed suicide Taankseivin_ jTi-t it. n livii one of tae -t. -ra6--.-i.'r* in. :> 'r'-1r'n' .: and Benaeit. i'euiei* : A tooth ii It -titiy.-r aii-l'li-mffi !1'1.1'! FOR COUCt.2S S/c & 2'f1.
1111'1' :ir."'!- or in the t-"|i- ..t "In ,ni! 'i\\\ i Trial Bottle
his home on NVhnwkuenuo .:"ll thai I try t'ha+ut"tliii.' nxi. I. is de coir::: l by having ins rig:- Free
morning at ... ins na"d11I..lh* all'.rn' 'I'm 1k" 1- AND ALL THROAT A\D, LUNG
It.nwdIllit" and I I'ibi' i TROUBLES.
i' .nr t-Ative :
in th \' di-abied and th.Lett algid :< ,liwt in k..t .
shouting himself : in- a i .n < url.a;':* 1'apari| 1" iitM -
; by and well t.\'!av.. 4..*. U :S{...ii ; l. I its a I. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
bt .i' hii. T-fiii.! f..und tiia h. e ari.-t t 1
I rifle. Jast +- :
mouth with acalibre espritS.. t'. Far ale liy I Fins > ..ilic. n l'..H.lrr tVrtri.,"....!... lion M I OR MONEY REFUNDED.
r. t fore the act be told his wifrTim *" .t"i-- u.1! Tt; 'i-t iI& :!, 1'\1 ::.a\'. .M,.. -?',?_. ,], ,:r-- r;_I- f,'; ... f ': .. I1.trkr tillr, Ion4 .- -. ? I' .i-




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r THE FLORIDA STAR our worthy commissioners are not will be located just west of the F. E. C.

called to take action in the passenger station and which are admirably -
V upon any
adapted for show purposes, will BEAUTIFUL AND HEALTHY
: Entered at the postoffice atTitnsville as matter, but we believe they would be erected a magnificent plaza for the .

: f iccond-class mail matter. unanimously carry out the decision i presentation of numerous novel open-air
t : free exhibitions. These will be given .
+ SCBSCKIITION,81.5O PER ANNUM made by the state auditor. free to the public at 11:30 a. m. Pe-ru-na Is

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1 __ Adyertl.lnlr Kate Furnished on Schools in Fine Condition Senator Mallory Withdraw Praised
State Superintendent of Public Instruction United States Senator Stephen R. Bya

Ellis K. \V"cer, Kdltorand Publisher I Holloway has returned Mallory has withdrawn from the race
i from tour of inspection the
a over Multitudeof
as a candidate to succeed himself and
PUBLisHEP I EVERY FRIDAY MORNING state. He reports the schools in bet-
-- states his intention of retiring from Fair
-- ter condition than ever before at this :. :
3 The United States senatorial situ- period of the year since he has beenin public life upon the expiration of his :

ation in this state before the coming office. The attendance is much present term. This announcement Women.

primary is ever changing in an almost advanced, and there has been no epidemic will cause! interest throughout the __ _4 y.
to interfere with school work,
kaleidoscopic manner. Candi- south and especially in Florida as the
except in one or two instances mild
a dates already announced drop down form of scarlatina.The senator, not more than three months

i and out and new ones present themselves public schools will adjourn for ago, stated publicly that he would

:{ r and there is no telling how the holidays this Friday and will be offer himself for his as a third candidate term.for He reelection is- .. 't'rV sty ..

'FR many will yet bob up on the political in recess until Jan. 2. the senior senator from Florida and
The State Teachers' associationwill
horizon. All this keeps the politic- his announcement of his withdrawalis \
meet at St. Petersburg Dec. 31,
ians and their friends guessing as to and will continue three days. The i due to his failing health For several I \
he has been bad
years in health
just "where are we at? state superintendent says the attend-
but the four weeks he
ance will be good. Florida has the during past
a -. has been confined to his bed at the
'" reputation of having a well organizedstate )
: The Jacksonville Floridian says that home of his nephew Dr. Mallory
'; 1. thousands of friends of Messrs. Dun- body, and few states can showa Kennedy, and his condition, thoughnot S
better average of attendance at the KIPS
can U. Fletcher and W. J. Bryan annual meetings. critical, is considered serious,
and he does believe that he would
the candidacy of both not
deeply regret There are 2,500 teachers in the
be able to make a campaign of the
for the of- state, and the attendance shows
,41- of these gentlemen same ti j
state in advocacy of his 7i11SS JL&1 OOME
: candidacy ........
fice. They are both made of the very nearly always fully a third of this Senator Mallory for years has beena _.. .. ...c

best material, and either of them total present. conspicuous figure in public life in I Weak Lungs and Catarrh.

Florida. He has held positions hiss Ii<'uUh I n.! I'.r: ".me, 4 ri l.'th St.,
would truly honor the position to many E.D.LAw3oN.
No Law For AppropriationMr. of trust, first serving two terms in N. E.,1wahint'n. P. <'., \\ ntt"I .- :

: .. which they aspire. Their candidacy D. D. Corbett, chairman of the the lower house of the Florida legis- Catarrh and Deafness. I.I linvpMiff.of\ from weak lungsand
.. is especially embarrassing to the editor catarrhal troubles for f"ur *('ar*
lature. the of his
county fair committee St. Johns Upon expiration Mi>. E. I). Lawson, Xava-ota, Tex.,
feHfr; of this for the reason that last term there he elected brought on by many mplutwl; colds,
> paper, county, to whom was referred the was state write: I I I. but on the r(f'ommt'ndatioll i f a friend

we know them as few other Flor- matter of exhibits, recently wrote to senator, serving two terms in that 'It is with great pleasure! that I writeto I I pave Peruna an trial and I antI

t idians. Politically and personally the state auditor relative to the legal- position. A few years later he was tell you that my little daughter is I I pleased! to state th .t it restored me to

<& of lovable characters ity of an appropriation made by the elected to congress and !succeeded entirely cured of catarrh and deafness :: perfect health. Tl re i- not the slights -
e two
they are as
> 4 .. county commissioners for a county himself the following term. and is in better health than!he ha*been !s I et trace of catarrh in my system and
n as we have ever known. Senator :Mallory\ is one of the distinguished !i linijs nd. I
fair and whether this could be used for the past two years. Peruna is truly my are ptrttntly Fo un-

f for a state fair exhibit.A men of Florida and one a great medicine and I cannot say too.. hesitatingly give tins -tunonial."

e .: It On Dec. 9th the senate adopted a reply has been received stating in whom great trust and confidenceis much in p,tu-eof it. It has done for my Catarrh of the Worst form.

l.. resolution offered by Senator Lati- that in the opinion of the auditor no placed, his record during his long little pirlvhat doctors have failed to do. ,
life and abm.en'proach Mrs. Amanda: Lot ,:, 7JJ7: fceeley ATe.,,
t county could appropriate for public toeing spotless she has taken not quite three bottles.
; mer directing the Secretary of agriculture money Chicago, 111., write:
advertising the county or for defraying His retirement from pub the practical women of the world
to submit to that body a report lic life will be much regretted.The IF [ believe that I am cured of catarrh
the of an exhibit at very medicineere
expenses any use family I of the worst form and of lung standing.
include the l location
on drainage to fair. lie stated, however, that several asked which is the most reliable family ,! I was alni""-t a total wreck. 1 tried alnioteervthmp. -

'* and area of land in the United: counties had made appropriations Magic No. 3 medicine in use today,a great majorityof and doctored with a.

i ". r States that is swampy and overflown for such purpose, but that he 'nmherthr.i: is a nondeifiil. ni:,Mi.t them would reply, without he-ita' number of d....tor-, but they did me nopood. -
for and susceptible of being drained and did not sanction it. trove, ,. tion, Peruna.1'eruna : I tried l'eruna as a last r-,-ort,
letter whii' pul"U
i to h
The people of Hrevard county : :/ n especially praised! by the and by the time I had taken one bottle
made fit for agriculture; the area of ter siiflerinj ninth with liu'rand kidnettroohlr.andlerttimung'rratlvdiovnrr
; .. would like to place a creditable ex- _;i1]1 women because they have abundant opportunity I routtlH.C that it was helping) mo I
land that has been drained under the the Mid-Winter Fairin Jacksonville to note its effects I
hibit at In' the failure to find. relief I tried I I.r-:: prompt in continued taking it. I can ii' w say I

:, laws of the different states together for they feel that they have I tn<' Hitterand: a< a re-ut! I am a \\el relieving! the various ills to which the have not felt the slightest vmploms.

with the benefits that have resulted, many valuable resources to place before min "Mla. The t lir-t Uittle relieved and! family liable.. I for three months and I think there is

r of of different the eyes of the people, but in i three )Ixdtleounpleted) the cure.ear" : Cough-,(cold, indigestion; colic, kidney nothing like Peruna. I cannot nraU
i a summary legislation I the face of such obstructions to a ai teed Lest Oil etrlli fort"in.icb. liver and bladder trouble, nervous weak- it too highly! "

states on drainage and a review of it is doubtful and kidney 1 troubleblituville! l'har ,.
of county appropriation, m" :,loss of appfttit', irregular; ciriula Headache and :neuralgia
laws and of the if exhibit will be forward mii\ and Isomer:: Drag :'to.)1()k.
policies sent
an all these and
r turn- many other ailments \Irs. M Klmer,_i>H' E. JD street, S. E..
sx i leading agricultural countries oft from this county.There'll dependent upon the exigencies of climate Cleveland, Ohio, writes:
iKui't lit the Ki,1.) \ !ill ll<'r from cJt'lIIa.: xinraiij !< I
Europe. ---- it<'liin;: of tlit' ,-!km I II..all'> Oiiitiii) are promptly relieved! by 1**'runa. i "I am enjoying !pood health sine I

s Be No Repetition rive s ni-1:nit n.In'f runs <|iui'Ivlr. Pt rf,t.tU IV'run a has bet'n pre-criUd for the have taken your mcdicim. I had sut
'" .Ife I.T d.iltlnOIl.11 dni :::iM-, Mit| Hartman for
Ex-Superintendent W. N Sheats famiiy bv over forty fered fur a ;good many *ear- previous to
F'e wish all our readers a merry, > It has l become standard medinne IV' and I
yc aril. a taking runa. < \erm" e can say
has announced that he will again l he
;; 1, ,* merry Christmas, this being our regular a candidate for the position of SUIl'rintendtnt Start Now for Exhibit Next Year throughout the greater part of I do not know"what headache. or ohatI

> : a edition before the Holiday eek. of public instruction saying :Melboure Beach, Fla, I)('C. H>, '07I ) the civilized world. [ neuralgia is.

Notwithstanding the financial strin- that it vindication that he seeks TI E.litcor (lfT'It: l't.URIItT.I;

f.;, this ha been an exceedingly from the people rather than the of-
gency I canee in the paper that you Ask your druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1908
fice itself Of :Mr
course llolhmay
; busy: season with the reDple of the meant to IH. kind to me.
} will want to be re-elected" and wt
I East Coast and we feel no hesitancy have no hesitancy in saving that if It is with no personal grief that I

in that Florida people view the failure, for I am not wanting -
If saying our we are to have a repetition of the
.... job and can stand it if otherscan.
really know very little about hard campaign of a few years ago IK>- P; :&
to have I'revanl county wait un
times. Money may be a little tighter I t\\een these two gentlemen then it that providence which helps those
I better that both de l "sn
were meunder" < >:
P here than Usual, but everyone who help themselves.
hard and sufficient and a newman
seem to have more or UN* of it, and elected to the place,-:Madi-on But, I am sorry you could not sir | THE NAPES
that if"t.' into (;l'lwral
i \ the lesson of restraint from reckless New Enterprise. To the above the got Sebring'sFlorida
Mid-11'inter exposition. the
and wasteful expenditure, suggestedby Gainesville Sun iemarksafollows: : middle of January. llHst 1{) there w a:, aFERTILIZERS
Editor Smith and others need have \
the tightness of the money mar- not a minute to lose in beginning tht >:
no fear of a repetition of the cam-
c ket and the squeezing of watered paign of 11X: >1 between Holloway and planning l and the collection of an ('X-

-; stuck. is nr doubt a blessing to the Sheats, Superintendent Hollo.vavba hihit.i ;<
t i To there with few'
go a things pi'kIl.d -
American ; given his word through the Sun
people, acting as a safetyvalve
that he will not permit himself to U ) up that rverylKxh I I knows we ran I II Send for one of our \"egi table (Pamphlets and see

to the high pressure boiler! drawn into :such a under I -\' would not pay at all. It would from the reports there made what good results
.L, which Uncle Sam is too prune to any circumstances. IK( has made a hoe a waste of money and a wa-te Clf wire had bv the use of the :Mapcs :Manures tins

steam up to the limit. g H d odicial in every particular, andis breath and to take the i>ooples'! iron. d year notwithstanding; the terrible drouth. It contains

justly entitled tl' lenomination and 'y, a few of u>. and spend l it at ,Jack- lots of valuable information.pply to DV
nville just wearing rosotto anal
\ No Law for County Exhibit election having a II"cl! time would IK. wayolT
E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
t off, don't know
The action uf the auditor way vou
t state inadvimgSt A Red Letter AinusenieiUHoop ** \
r The little pittance of five hundred f Jos. Paxton, Rocklcdjc

1 John., county that then I I..a! The merry ilowns. the dol'ars' I heldyour Iwlati l ('loo'oa J. :M. Sanders U Cocoa P
: \; i is no law to warrant co'intv u'mnu-- mmb'e! a 'rolat. the elephants, 'anui- meeting, of six folks:;, askinl for- had ....' .

; siorerapproloriatinrnuoneyfurcither I an i the rruItitu! \. T. I'atillo, 4t Ostccn
He I Ipttl. gnat all around tasteful show :- V **
a county ul" state fan exhibit will coming to town (>n Monday: Iee.anh. bridge; funil! There is all'Cllutc'hII"! S. Ber niann, Mcrritt
: : This iilir 3't1U"ment'institution time now. even if a sufficient appropriation -
undoubtedly restrain Hw placing of tx> > ;-
.,' t "tucllt.! or to J. l R. TYSEN Jacksonville
had l."lIt't'tout'h I
now on its ''>th annual tour anti is hrt.ikm.r { : 1 ,
s )m ? oojntv l'\hibit-; at the c''mill'r
exhibit Hrl'\"m'Cl nerdsto
all rec rN n gi\m" immense h- an as; countv.

I t. fairs in JacVonv! awl i Tampa, alA \- f-\c.t',>n\-...t1 ';110' !r trf"rn a: : pr,'so'-: have :hi'i all.t"! \\11":11"j : .. t 11|," .."r,4 T'F" 'T7 / #i,

I though- v\e notKv' Duval county is ('I. Tns! v(':I M.,I th. Jt.ty' of ,.nt<'r- supply: of piUll'll mat,t'r that shi''u:.1 -
; ainers are all ntwomtrs.. and I inriu be used with it.
going:r ahead just t the same with her .,
Next winter if the expo-ition i is tn
I propanition- tor th., )1 id-\\ inter fair tnc t':;.j .<:t r. who has (.,\('i,el tha.1-
lie and t tht.iII
a |ertnaiient one.
mration: {>f ausl'enct.s both ;
in cont
at Jack..UY1.ilc'"t forgive! for being so slow ton'- .. .
.. ntntfthr tat IJas '
+ tr..upt'oi .h'ra'-: :
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tf \\ iK'lievv thiamo question ofappiopnation isthc' (tl:('t'fui fter. -t. _t..._-1-- \ ..-S _..-1 .-.-1.---1--. -1-...,.-1-..:....:..... .:

the Juggling imU-rto l Your truly,
and expenditure a e r:?r-
; \t> oj; club expertfrrtnt oe trad. b .n"- OJ.lni: .;nm..::. :1 Mail i Orders for h
., general way i bv t'count *-, has Uvn less n'atvd 1 in mni-air. Mss i; \'ium.. S i.J

settled by' the slate authorities < .1)\,it', a o'inpli-h '(l tijrhtti .*'r- How Dip herit Contracted
i it>

: fi>ixFutjuvntlv county' comnusioneis ,former. : the oIt, \Mothers.. a duo e,fuM Irelten h..:1'-1... "Xt'r". 'Iy CHRISTwlAS} GOODS
aliaItjrontii> : \\ i:1 uniT, -- .i""o i iJ L
1 ti.. are apt) to IK. a little too (roe Mer. dirv- ie\ :1 u"idl'.duwn! '<|U;!liun-t: i ....11.1 I 1.'Ujt't, ,i-..\...!>.4-",.1'1 I \\ it,...ii d.\| .i- J

in the matter of expenditure. >ffuinN. the Sisters Onoia. trajtziM-par' ( t.'x-I "jfl mi., .lipth' ,'rn. \heitti,, It! 'itl: ".,- J
t flat tin- ...i let tlit- ..
c'UtncMis: :.lin"Jit.hhurne, and a i hi'iml.I httleuiMrtnularU L'
t k more so than they should be. g:IlI.It' of turil! ,hol''f.! akt-\\a'kmir! !".: -,.-...,. ibe t't th.- w;inliTniipthei :! are given special attention by

,, and a little restraint: is perhaps a a:id h'gh junioiri!!!; horse ,i i rrm \\ heii (iMtiu>*'riaiii'- 1 l :

I goinl thing Then comes the 'Jrn 'uIum of tit \ '..>:;:1 li li I!.-tii*,.}ty i- !!: .t'II" 'i j p,'K,\ i"
I I'bant at't:,r-. educated [>onies. Canine .1,1: ) and le ,..'!!- the d-utjer. !" dip! :ii THEHI&W.B.DREWCO. I:
Our suggestion, however, in regard performer the acrobatic and tight roptalkmir fderu or :in\ ,>*b-r jt mi di-..are beii;_

# >i4 t. Hievaid was that .the! people get \\ mu It'S and other \\ondmushtraimtl ...'litl.:t"t.d.r.- .., -o', : I" lkulll..r IIrlll! ::i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1'_
: HII Tltn-ni. l.itantl"1'
domestic and \\ildanmaU. all 5l"re
up the exhibits on their own account :
in"ariahlrt.iH..t v\ithman\'\( lama- J who carry a large and varied stock li
t' i and that if thecountv commissioners: tions of "ohV"! and ahV! I by' the children !- "Hail ly-in |.-u; for in-liz stum for vearii" >. embracing :
.;..l". .tit,.. :ui'l l chat I did tat '.....: l fiit that it was justifiable they mightemploy spectators.The Sun Brothers show is noted for trrrihly. I'.ur.l.- Hi,--I I toe :i 1 Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods ;
: a man to l xk after the ex -.1.11. Ualk.r :slnirOhm: ( l
its promptness preserving thelxst of Gift Books. Pictures
J. hibit. But since that! suggestion wan order about their establishment, this, CAS..... 0 rt. XA.Sm -1 Leather Goods

E made the people of Hrevaid havemanifested together with their beautiful equipment ,th : HaB A'atS' Biu I h
: of everything and the high standard of & ;;;l :1: Express Wagons, Rocking Horses (:J I
their to fu& .e g
t i..} : by non-response} the exhibits prestnted. makes it at once ;

I .. I the call, that they do not care to getup the ideal how of the period and the favorite () ci Velocipedes, Fireworks ;i I
tt of the ladies and children
exhibit the matter e\tr\- WANTED-5otnl: : runiU-i.-simJ) KiirUfreubt _____ i
an so goest .t- -----. ___ I
. ;:.t purely bv default in this county and here.On the groundshch: by the way. .I iany kind KI::
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..ti .. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 ,li;

.Ik- &- GEORGIANA hundred and twenty people were MONDAY DECEMBER 30 JAMESPRITCHAED,President. WINSTON S. BEANNING. Vice-FresS.lent: and Cashier .

Continued from present and took supper. The Mel-

; and the contents of page the packing bourne rendered band by the came Melbourne up and and the music Eagle at Titusville, Fla. Indian River State Bank I

*! house were saved. It made a very bands was enjoyed by all present. :

-eO bright and hot fire and if there had The proceeds were $34.75. Climax 11atnls \ ,
been much wind the Clement house (iant; Hdlex of' Creations

and probably the Ulrich and Canatta OAK HILL COUNTY: DEPOSITORYAuthorized
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r. -houaeswould have gone also. But Miss May Howes is at home for That Georgia Institution Capital, 5100,000; Paid-up Capital, ?2OOO'ra: ; IVposit, $200, l.1O :.
%# there were so many to watch flyingcinders'that the Christmas holidays.Mr. the Exhibition of Quality TRANSACTS A i. 1 < -

done. Mr. ho Dan further Holmes damage ran over was Sylvester, postmaster at Aller- SUN BROTHERS'' BIISINESSa

from Coquina and with his friends ton, Mass., with his wife are at Mr. GENERAL BANKING :

were soon at work. They came pro- H. S. Barker's.Mr. .World's Progressive Shows. rt.
vided with pails and axes. Two or W. I. Thompson is having a
three other launches also there t
were new house built near his brother'son l :

> and we certainly thank our neighbors land formerly belonging to Mr. Exchange taught and sold on all foreign; countries. Patronage appreciated. l
; for their help and their thoughtfulness T. M. Adams. Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent
for our welfare. John Quincy -' with conservative banking granted ti* I
. Mr. J. W. Glasgow is having a Lkt'j1t--
1 it
- also did all he could to save property I coma.POXDl.XT: : : v'l
house built L. H. Vroo- ,
and the near Mr. .
,4 prevent spread of the fire. .
4 man's and hopes to have it finishedby t I es.a Empire Tru! t Company::! Broadway New York City: The Atlantic National Bank .
New Year. Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Florida
Col. and Mrs. G. L. Comer, of Eu- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.1{
planters are all busy packing faula, Ala., are here for a few daysat .:

beans. their grove near Shiloh, but return -

Mrs. Schofield spent Monday in to Eufaula for Christmas.Mr. ,1. -
Cocoa. ,
P. M. Peteel is having a new 1

Mrs. Schofield expects relatives house built and expects to move intoit : r lllil \ \

from Miami to spend the holidays.Mr. by New Year. He has had a large Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products. \
barn and stable built for the mules -
Mathers, father of our post- for the log hauling.Dr. - --- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively r
master, returned last Friday from a Winter Quarters and Home Office: in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
visit to relatives at Eau Gallie. and Mrs. W. H. Sturgis, Mr. Central City Park, Macon, GeorgiaIt Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. many & BRO..TITCSV1LIE.Faa ,
C. A. West and Mr. Whitton, all of 1.
School closed Friday after a suc- i
Allerton, Mass., have a very pleas- "
cessful term. The attendance was is in every sensesize, quality and rr>- r- r >Jr r i == t
"The Hill" and
ant at expectto
not so large the last month owing to camp \variety- Great Show
be here till March if not later. BOAT--:
the busy season and scarcity of help. --- ----- TITUSVILLE Ui
Oak Hill is a busy place these
very 100 Brand New Slinter Features
We understand Capt. C. H. Casper
being shipped,
days. Oranges are
has purchased; the property adjoin- houses built, roots dug and shippedto 100 Finest Bred Horses Exhibited Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers 6 i

ing Mr. Ragan, at Banyan, from Mr. the Acme Extract factory, two 50 Performers, Male and Female 1
Childs and intends to put same out saw mills running and Christmas J.\I.Jarin.e :Et.ai1V7ayLaunches

in a grove. coming almost too fast. We hope it 25 Diminutive Shetland Ponies

Mrs. Creech and her daughter, may prove a merry and happy Christmas 30 IllustriousIusicians carefully stored for the summer months ;

Ketchum returned their for all. ;
Mrs. to --- -- -- ---- r- 'r
-- t=J==r= TrerrrGrris c=::rt- ==r= r f
home at West Palm Beach after a --- Whole droves and troupes of marvelously ;
pleasant visit with relatives at this He Fired the Stick"I educated -

place and Banyan. have tired the walking tick I've VICTOR

c.inied over -10 year*" or account IOf a sore Elephants, Ponies, Dogs, r .
What's that res1-te.l every kind of treatment until i
I tried ttiieklen's) Arnica Stive; that 1 Talking Machines Supplies and -
Horses Lions Bears ,
worth doing is worth loiiisr well. If von .. ,
hats healed the 11.1111.1. happy
s"t e :\ me a
wish to be Hired l of rheumatism nee al
North Records sold
nf the
man, write* .John Uarrett. by
lard's snow Liniment and yon will bewell Monkeys and Birds
Mills, N C. n"ran1.-1 frpih s. burn: ,
mml. A jiociiive. cure for sprains,
neuralgia, bruises,contracted muscles and etc by Banner" Drug :-'tn.w' TitnsviilePharmacy. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE 1
2-; A -
all the ills that flesh i is heir to. .\. ii. M. >c.Southern International Congress of t, '
Williams, Xava-ota Tee?, w rites: -- -
"I have use'1 Snow Liniment for"prain'l' Express Co. Fined CLOWNS and PANTOMIMISTS ,,,, TITDSYILLE, FLORIDA t,

ell ankle anil it gave the best of : I railroad commission has issued t
tion. I always keep it in the huu-e." : I =- :
SoM\ by Banner Drn;: Store and lTUu-\illePharmacy. the following order: Complete Perfarmances
Whereas, charges were made before 12 i Jas. Pritchard & Son
railroad commissioners of 2 and 8 j
-- --- the Daily : p. m. _.
EAU GALLIEMr. the state of Florida by George R. Titusville, Fla. 1

Smith against the Southern Express l Doors Open 1 Hour Earlier sntsforbeOrigillal
J. 0. Andrews has moved into company, a corporation doing an express -
the Jones cottage.Dr. business in this state for a violation -- T & M Reversible
At 11 a. m. on the show
of rule No. 3, of the
Maguire, of Troy, N. Y., is FREE grounds a plethora of free
the of j
here for the winter. MARINE GASOLINE
freight," prescribed by the said rail- exhibitions, worth walking tt ENGINES

Mrs. S. Whitacre, of Melbourne, road commi&iionenwhil"h is as follows miles to .-;('{'. Tlwr.'tl;hly covered' hy Iastcsit

was in town Monday afternoon.I I The Engine that Runs Without Repairs i

Mrs. Segui, of Cocoa is on a visitto "No railroad company.shall declineor ComeEarljAllFreeDontMissIt

Capt. and Mrs. John Houston.Mr. refute to act as a common carrierto I I These motors are !safe and reliable and

and Mrs. Fred B. Mathis, of transport, and a any failure article to for transport transportation see, Fla., this 4th day of December, can lie operated I by alcohol or kerosene 1

New York, are here for the winter. such article within a reasonable time A. D., 1IHI7.!) with as good f(''lIlts as h.v lI imit tsolillePITUSvIIjLI

Mr. Claude Beau jean, of Melbourne after the same has been offered for 11. Hunsox HURR, Chairman. t

was in town Monday after- transportation shall lie deemed a violation Attest: : ; LIVEB.Y STABLE K
of this rule. It. C. Dl"crdar)

noon. I In this, that on Augusts, 1907 the
Messrs. F. H. Brown and Geo. Seaman said Southern Express company declined When to Go Home Feed and Sale Stables

from Pennsyh a!.ia, are here for and refused to act com-
as a From the r.lulfton InJ.. 1 ILunitrVlientirtil :
the winter. mon carrier to transport| three barrels "\ unt, ;.:o h<>ni *. \ 'IIt'n"f'U I\TW SADDLE HORSES
Jesse St. Clair is through school of pears from Fruitland Park want: ojiiMtl.itiun! <'.o hnlllt'llt'n you 14t? *
which offered fr want fun, lioine \\llt'll| you want to BUGGIES
and is now tek graph operator at Ha., i'ears were gn
Perry Fla. transportation by the said George R.: show others that you hays ft.f.rlllt't jo
tome and h.tnr family gt :ir |-il SURREYSand
Smith, at Fruitland Park, afore I
Mr. John Mulligan, of Xarra rar.- \\ilh! th* fjctVli -n von want to *\nyoiUMIf -\\ 1. A
nank d. U--t, li. ,1\11.10 l (1.rt ..- TURNOUTSof
Rhode Inland is here for at tour o aue :
sett '
notice of '
AnlI'hl>r'a ten days' tlieuVlivn jou feel like U'liurfXtr.i : all kinds
the winter. the said I charge and of the time and lilseral.'o Loim-ainl practHVon jour =

The Itonti-t: will! have their Christmas place of hl.'aringthe same was duly children lir,.t.Vlieii you w ass; -?_ 7iz:;: Hauling, Etc.
trot- -iivlcni.vs 1 at the churchon given t.> the said Southern Expn'L'OI111any. :-;. tn .111111" with! extra bril: : mev. :jn .h"iin-

Tue-dy t-v.:riiv.r.Mr. and 1 therefore the hearing and hjlit nj, the n hne! Iro'iM-liolil T.! ,. J. M. OSBAN, Titusifille Florida
had whvn the aid company \\hcli we wt uil! a M. wl.t-n jon
was express
aria )I's. St-ltzer. of New York apixwed by its counsel, \\'. P. >! co!.l, I g.' li. tn' *ii'l take; C'h.milHTIj'm's -
on oard tlv-'r; ysyht Lida. are in our and heard wellas Con-jh K>*intiy ail'i:1 juick ("U.- i-, I" II "Ft.1 1'1 ..1.I. "I" 1.1 f:' -'. i I- '! I" "'II..t'j.'
Smith. ": was as
1. 'rttil. h r i's ?a!tby I'.inm-r Itm:! :t-m-
for ft.tlay -
town a : complainant, on the said charge and Titu *!!ilt'! Phsuma'j.N '.
Mr. fob llartlt'e I nr 'ha.tian. and the railroad commissioners aforesaid DRUG STORE

came up \Ipnby: ir.ornir.gon his lint Ie fig: fully advised in the pivniNow .Ar launch, the St. Solutstian.Services i--.s, ml. >nti *'. 1IIIII..r -aI.I. B. \i'.< .
theivfoiv. the railroad commissioners pirtil. l>r. ThonuiKIv tmliws uil 1 iu.tauttc I. -
will IK held next Sunday, I tits l'IIiD-tI"i'kly 'Iln.tlw ....IIi.i.)
of thetate of Florida do
evening at the M. E. church at ;::j>>> : --- -- -- Titusville Florida
find ami adjudge that the Southern ..
o'clock l> Kfv. .1.1 1 P.. Hawk.At y. rrhlr neAtb.r nrpotl.JPrirss. '
y Express company has i)t"'nruilty.. ascharged. .. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
1-1.\ iha' 1. 1: '';
St. Johns' Kni'oiniJ? church on f a violation it'rule N u. 1}

Sund-iv"iH \t. a* 1n< ::*.(o .VJo-k. D.'-n / t'!.<" "1"\.'' prt" ': :.!...,' tin i tr..IIO- .....IU''.t ut tlt"'r..f.. 11''" PERFUMERY. STATIONERY.
m.l ,ra.ufall; for this wrr'i. n'din; TII..t.yI.
l Johlttom'iIl11il 'h-'i-ulpk.! poituti-'ii: lrcilltt"plrsrrilsil by I
Isis: ; Soda Water and Ice Cream
them and by :,uc violation! has in-
returned Tuesday MIS.Lt 1\. "IJit. :\>.
Mr.: .Jaekstnviilo,,T'x.rnr, wherein has:SKX-H i-uriedapenaU l : } which hereby fixed 1"TF... : M;1X 51 .... ti:! Fresh Pure Drugs and Chemicals "
from the of l:(tl. at .1 tin
and imi >stHl in sum $ 12 ;:
United l States court. r.. ;;; ha filledill order anything weh:1H.'n't i
attending '.:hich it i is hereby nnll'r.d to pay .. II 13. ;;7" ';'; ;a ;.-. Hail: ) order> solicited and promptly

Rev. ("atteni'l.'! of I ennsylvaniii. i ii d:11't1y, : tit the state tr''aurt'r''f I.>. ,!' .... ;'0 .," in .tot.'k

filled the pulpit at the Baptist church the tate of Florida. .-. it; .' ,1! ;.;. ;It -- ,
and evening last Sun and ordered by the railroadi"n's 17. ;'1 :., ; ';' I
both morning [> ne
T"Ialrainl'$ ..,; f.., I! .. s'I.. 1...I in- ,,, f7 '7. .r.A." i'fY
I' .; ..ners of the state: >f Florida !>i 'atur's i !"1 ,.r ". .1. 10111-. -1 ; 1'\-I'J f"r.. ....V.lA k ;J 'VV' ,VJ '\

day.A maiuorade ball will 1 l)<' gi\vn at t hir otlkv! in the city of TaiiahaAbout ..- ...h< ... ,... TIIil.- I ,
-nn"1. .T.JII I-t.
I--.artui-- l
at Pa.ldiol1'hal1: em Xevear's.'\ I.> Digestion 1'1.9; ill'h.-. I The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
night. Music by Pi-of. Schuyler :lilt! i II. 1'. .IIKIIX.l ,
I It i r ii"t iheuutitT! off-Ntd taken Uuthe .'urial iD l'harzr.
.:\Ir.l'omt.'t"lIY. n-nonnt dires-twl and aMmilatHl that ----- - t
Mr. awl :Mrs. C. F.Ctll1chofOllt.' =I iv'rcMit'i: :nd vi':iit\! t-" the "\lm.. >.".ifiir*. CMVUOI Ie (''urn
N. Y.. arrived in town lat week '!' ** :>t.)niarti and l.ert.thietiii MACHINE SHOPS J JI Jt
sa. .
r'-a'i: } 1
Ti-jiinM tNIi.tat1II.rlou
of :Mr. and Mrs. > i 'T:tte'hr 1uruad, .111.t h\ -r andn HyltH-Mi a|'lli.atb' H. : : '
the guilts .. .
and are ,.. ; .tllittar. ftn-n1 i.oni.n i rryayrtrnrr I
tlit-ir fllll.n Tinre -
.1t.} tem: to i-iU>nu
U. lI(1dg?(ln. anal that i- by.uiitu
II. nh L. relish for ,mr f.f"l. incrtusoltret .;
a y i lbcmtu-
>'tIIfll'- <
tif nnl > -auM
A Christmas cantata an.l Christmas .-jtii and nsi cht: ::ra*, r rndnram.mda .. law..t> <,.uoliti"lI..i t'u. iius'''iii- limn.t tin. t$ Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' t ;,
tree will be given at St. laulsM clear' h,-\-t. Trite 2rent*. F"rie .It-nirlliantuten Wtt-u t hi-tnf"r.till!:umiJIHI
church next Tu'Claewnin ,- by l anner Vrn.tnrt': and Titu\ir.e: have a ruiaMiDZ-'Uii'l illl.rf..t bruin -
: E Iili l ilvalui i i-
and nlien it i- t' rely
at 7 o'clock. All are invited.Mrs. 1'ii.niiMcy. the; unioxthis theintliniinatii ii 1 UUkrn HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS ]
...ut11.1 thitu'... rrxtowl. it- normal g ,
from lleeL.'he.; ILIUM-; !. Budd returned loii-tipation caress .
G.1.. ,. ..wliti..n. b-arinz-will: I. ''.ltf.rvr.55tH
l> tir
heart Mi'it.iti n r.i-
Tuesday and will visit / -- aoout. IIf h'lI are ranwd by catarrhwbifh :
St. Augustine pit-i.: !:::il'f'. -id k,n. wrahruii'clamt: K 1
: l -.ritlitn "fthe
bat inrtans><
Iwforereturning i i- mitlnii- au Agricultural Implements
J. Shave .
her mother, Mrs. T. .loi\'t iurc. IVsiii""? K gulst-e't ;gently au.1 .
MirfafV -
Rockledge for the winter 1'"II.tilati..lI. 'L.'r 1.t-. A-k y-iur .lrll_ nintww ** d D
to eon
\\ will si\e t'lle hundred Iliars C..r an'a"'l" \
where Mr. Budd will be employed ;git. '< of iloafne" ( in the F. E. C. office. C.A.STOn..A. nut 1-e ,'ur.'.l by Hair-Catarrh Cure. "Mii-1 f..r SANFORD FLORIDA a
Kn; Yn: have :'J.'ats atSgu&tt ,: circular, free.F :
given by theEagle sears the J. <'IIENF.Y i ('0..T..K-l.0.
The band oyster was supper a decided success I : re dt.B -,1--4- h.. .t.t l.ydrtt.i-ta. -c. VW AAA C XVOTTr r / MW ,
evening. About one llan', Family l"jH#are the l>{*t.l' .
last Tuesday .

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If yon haven't a regular,healthy m"vem"ntt the
bowels every're ill onrill be. Keep your
jowels open and be well Force In the shape of
violent physic or pill poison. is dang-roas. The
tmoothest easiest most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take

: CANDYCATHARTIC Jas. Pritchard & Son :


; ':: Handle the Finest Lines of J ;

Heavy and Shelf Hardware

..eal ;

Pleasant. Iilatable Potent. Taste Good Do Our Stock of >
Good. !.ever Sit"n. Weaken or Gr'pc: 10 25 and
60 cents p let on health. Address 433 Guns and ;
% / Sporting
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. y M .Goods

KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN t t r t : is complete at all times :: It

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Federal Control of Coast Waters. I -

(Daytona Gazette-Vews)

1 Many cf the readers of the Gazette M Paints and Oils of Quality

News will remember that about a year s'e,

i ago When shell was> being drt. ;1g -1I one of our Specialties p;

from the Halifax River for use on th :- ..: ..

I streets at Seabreeze and Daytona 'tt ttSt r ekP iii, ._....
/Ii. e { s ej
Beach the matter was brought to the ? :
; Quotations for large or small orders will ,
t J attention: of the City Council of Daytona
; :
z be given personal attention. Mail Orders :;
{ and th? council thought STIOUSIV o:

I prohibiting such action for the reaso : solicited and promptly filled :;

that they needed all the shell on this

side of the river for street building in TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

I! 1 the city. Finally a committee wa- .

rent to Jacksonville to consult an a*. Li JIIIIIIIIIIJII.JIIJ'IJIJIIIJJIJIIIIIIIIJIIIIJJ1\> >t > > > > t
VD 1YVS VvutI t Ut'tttY fiw) U S t vVVVtvtt't s w U tt J'J. ,
'e *orney on the subject: and the attor l

t h nev's opinion was that the city and t re' .

the property owners had no rights ir

the matter, and that the federal gov
-;:- 18 IT FAIR ? 1 1To
t tinment had the say so as to w he the' ;. ,t "Y 4

. he shell could be taken. .y't

1 A property owner on North Ikacitrtet 41 -
. t'e'4 / tH>tt your l K il l merchants to carry a full of ek i.f jroixL-
however wrote to the Stcreur
, : and bo piti>arv of War, and the following is the reply few pieces of lumber for your conveniences. and thenhcn you

". II which he received The reply will no want a liariol J of Hour a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to -

Joubt enlighten: our readers on thi send! otF for it'

much mooted question:
: \\'henour town need help or a subscription fur chant is
".No: permission has been given by wanted do you send to those merchants away (rum home and 1

this department: to Melton &. Cameron ask for if If not WHY Suppose you do pay slightly more

e *o dredge shell from the Halifax rive. for your good at home, you get it hack Your local merchant

at Daytona. Fla., and so far as the helps pay taxes- and aids in wry l local cau:'(>.

records of the office show no application ..

1 for such permission has been --
: :

October, 1906 1, the major of Daytona I Ico.

t Beach asked permission on behalf oft A New Florida Enterprise. j jPeubacola Another State Tragedy. & GRAAMI

t Daytona Beach to dredge shell from ( : J OUI nat.) (Jacksonville MetroiK>:is.; ,
... the Halifax river for the purpose of Pensacola. i<; net among lh"! places: J"hn K O'XE'il1. a well known jounina"
(Inrorjmrated Paid IP Capital *J>.OOtMO
f3 \- street construction, and by letter of where men look forward with po-", simis- of Jacksonville. shot and killed S. .
Till land
November 1; 1906, he was informei tic trembling On the contia.y. I I'. Vodendon 't Hellevitw, a towc in the rnmpaiiv Indian liver own ('"un,

by the Secretary of War that them Before long unless plans go ah jvvr/ near Ocala: ,Tuesday nizht From par n'.nn the "t. "ncip .

,f was no objection on the part of th.. Fen.l'oia will be headquaite'o: Or .tX1000,000 I tic\''an> that have reached the Metroo- New Riser and on IIi!'- ...
t .
: War Department to the proposed dred: general mercantile (;0'.' crn oIls office the: killing was without provocation ( av ne I>av'. r

.k fog.i situ three store-; in Pensacoia tal 1C :: Pit ICES: TO SF17"'IIE'I'IIN! :

i "The Federal government: ordmanl: ushers in various cities and towns in ONtil' and McCIendon: had some t'lid rot landlist.

has no ownership in the shores and the imm'diatt''lCIIIlt..'. I word in front of :McGehee: & :\1 a yo'.., OFFIO'ATTITUbMLLE. .

'. beds of navigable waters and con equentlv A wilol'sale and two retail tbtal :IsnJents .I; store, when friends separated them *ND )UA U.

\ : the War Department ca I in I\nsacola, and general ,,'ore i Afterwards. it i>* reported, jounzi "
rini- .HIM tt t tVI -,. '. I .f i t" vu
grant no one the right to appropn it in the following pa:sea. !i O'Null returned with a gun and delibtratelv EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. ii Inn' i.t.1.",

,. and remove such propertv: The juri', rewton, Evergreen. Gretnv.l.j Sei'ja shot C'endon through th.' Hv iisinj) I I.nTl """nfoJ.hUh., \ ., 11t'IIItt.t

_ diction of the department in matter Almort, Flora'a' in Mabarja, antI I heart. kiMmg! him m tantlv.. :Mr M". F. DUREN, Agent how nell .\ "u tu "*' Molly thr< _

, \I of this kind obtains only for the protection :Milton, DeFuniak. Chi pier. :l.ri.nn3, Clendon was about ;:o years of age and i i away t hours on i .t '.\.i\' w \n

of navigation interests and the Quincy, T.lIahass'tpal.lcn.cola had lived: at Hellevitw nearlall. of Florida and THE sr\M\KI> G1yf.Cx"UF7 | | is:

' action taken by the department is :Madison Vjnticcllo: and Live 0:k JuFlorma j his life Both im r. are single.Ieputy '.LNMM MU'MINI-:

': by of consent to the I \VillutakrTdr .titehr.iiithr.wan I B.' l|...I''':
. simply way execution Sheriff \\ E. Hutson of Western
b'mttli: :Machine ruk o.Ih' :llwhi >.
" of work which is judged will not ) here> points-perilaps others-maK** Ocala, arrestedt ill!. There: is great I r ; I TIr" tn..lard hoary "ritwiloal i i.. 1II..t '. I
t { injure such interests. t'! entiti.allyn'rro.t. ""h tart hair 5 ".'n |'r..v.>.ul
tie plan so far as location of stores's feeling in Bt'IIt'\-ipw over the affair It
; Meats i l h v tS.y'atxtfstrreII IIM ihaIlIOllrl".UI.*
4i l Title to private property abutting concerned. | seems O'Neill was in Ocala Tuesday "' >riii au.r l I.V Mir ,..mll".lil,.rs iitiitiuu..usijrtrin
navigable waters derived to ""i>v it without ,n....-? Toil;:
on is an The Journal can nut give: vtt the and got und'r the influenrt of liquo. :
of all Kinds.TITPSCILLE -T\M'.\Mi flaSH MilUV TH:
held under stat laws. and if you an names of those interest. ior have went home and was quarroNom oif'of X\oiU! ni:>T Ewl'I.U IIINF: iatw..

the owner of land along the II ilifrriver all tie details of the plan ix1'n lowe-:: which his troubles with rrJ..ndof IIM< kin,-, in -l>Hk :imi (him stit'h-.
: lull l--.nii: ? *>taiM>-straight 4uloiiuti. lift
I jour rights in the shore and the ..0 transput. but a part of the pin: isuNjurd prose. Hointlail to in\,-sti::a'. thf in. nl> of the

C submerged soil be'ow: high water mark of matt' Hli7inj. anu tine pro- (, O'Neill is quite a young man and at-.t.. Mot Silt'nt.! K.I-M-.I: Kurinn. jn.I the
HN...t "luraMwiii' _' :Mrftiiiiir
0. A. STEWART iiM>t<'. Tin:
t t are fixed bv the laws of the state. any; jio:er and I his associates say ih i* the Ins just attained his nnjontx Henvul "TM.%1t0 I. T\K\ ...xd' "..'nst i >t'
can be asserted anj maintained in th- iiava assurance of enough eo-ope'atioR: !! for years with his widowed mother iI areUti:' \\'rlt'I"r | "'" .anti Ices: l'v .,

I local courts. The War Dei'art men' 10 prittKailv insure the earlY CGI.'iun a most stumble woman at 119 FIRE ?nuni 1.4ItlIIJ'Pun. 'tiii::iiixitstwu' M... ii,IMSHi
has taken no action and will knowing. of the plan in its entirtty. Niwnin trnt lie held a poMtioufarmtr'j I .. !.N.nd.r.! S n i,, xt.t, I hrs.. I...

t% ly take noie that will contriver or in a gent ral way. the plan : -earI'e with the Southern Hnhvavand ., .S Ir.'t' \lhl.I..I ?

impair these rights:: The action in I:. ; pooling of existing interests amt littler has been clerking for C. .\ Insurance I The Standard Sl'winJachine:

I rate-I bv the aforesaid War Deprnitnt :.e putting in of alhtiocji r-.nfal Trenere at IMlevieu. from w !iiCfi is sold In the Indian River

I f Utter of November 13. l';'-*7. <';.r. .-,cr> cent or which will toe capita; : IK plac' ht' was rec,'nti\ se1.lrzr.: TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA Music llo ',', 'iitu.viile

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