The Florida star ( December 27, 1907 )

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Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
December 27, 1907
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
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:
UF00075901:00264

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

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TITUsVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1907


NO. 36


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im i e a Pene arrived yesterday
afgesen to spe-d th remainder of the

SThe dee at the opera house was
l 0 attemdedh last night and a good
t me enjoyed by al.
A It esem power two cylinder Lath-
sp esame arrived this week for Capt.
S Nelbs, the Ttasville Marine railway.
Mr. Frank T. Budge and family, of
Miami, arrived Sunday to spend the hol-
Miday wek, asis their aumal cstom, with
Capt. mnd Mrs. Jas. Pritchard.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Blake Walker, of
S J ak va arrived the first of the
week tqpmd Christmias with Mrs. W's.
parents Capt. nd Mrs. Jam. Priterd.
Tbe maImetave on the Sanford branch
wams rsmed meles for the time being
lt Satomday molng just a the tram
wan abiht to leave for Sanford by tle
valve hbwing eat of the bouler.
We ea peal attemtii to the new
adver m otat Dr. Miller's dental
elb ito be foud ti weekwin pag
8 at the top of te 4th and th columns.
The Mms is a neel mand well worth

Tha Visetr reeus tfor Jaauary will
hI hmd W eaam msle at Indian River
MIeMs IUeSm ute Memnsy ad Tuesday.
. The J rmy at Cmprises sometwo
dems essnl.dtin i the 10 and 12-inch
Ws amdsix now 8-taM recordsaside
4 m thei rd sl resr
Mr. Myers Fr seher arrived Monday,
from Delray, to sped CrO'-itme at
bs a d Mr. Ebert Froscher arrived
Tuesday, from Knights key, also to
sped the holidays with his parents, Mr.
ad Mrs. A. Froseher, and Master Nor-
rish Freher, too, is home from Stetson
midw ty. DeLand.
Mrs. W. P. Hatchett, of West Palm
Beah, who formerly resided in Titus-
vila, soe fifteen years ago, died last
Friday, after failing health and follow-
iag an operation performed in Jackson-
ville several weeks ago. Her recovery
was hopeass. Mrv. Hatehett is sur-
vived by bar husband anyone daughter,
Mim Mary Lou Hatchett.
The Titusville Lumber Co., although
being under pressure to fill the orders
for lhuber, shut down Tuesday night
far the purpose of giving their vast
force of workmen a chance to spend
f>Mit-i,, and will not start up again
until Monday. One of their orders for
hlmber for the railway extension to Key
West is for over a million feet.
Mesrs. P. J. Hall and M. L Peacock
went deer hunting the first of the week
sad jumped a fine deer which fell under
the unerring aim of the latter. Mr.
Hall had the first crack at the game,
but having taken his new rifle in lieu of
his usual time-tried shot gun, he missed
the deer, very much to his chagrin, and
has fully decided in future to stick to
the old reliable shot gun.

Johnson & Paterson
COCOA-FLORIDA
We carry in stock a full and complete
stock of fancy and staple groceries. Roy
al Scarlet and Robin Hood canned fruits
and vegetables, Heinz's pickles and vin-
egars, Egin 4-Crown butter, hay, grain
We also handle the best Florida and
western meats, beef, lamb, mutton and

A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Nursery Stock for Sale
Citrus stock grown on high pine
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
lihed 1886. Send for catalogue.
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.


Pcama for Sale
m aoedlnb pecan trees, paper shell
var y. For sale at cents each First
cone, Mat served. A. J. CaTEa,
Turnbull, Fla.


Queen Quality Shoes,
You know Lincoln's alag., "You,
can't fool all the people all the time,
et." Everbody s heard it and
believe it And it i true. Which

ty'" shoes. For over a decade their
sales have far exceeded those of
all other women's shoes. Yet the
demand continuws to grow. Even
the 10,000pairs made every day can't
supplyit. Why? Just try one pair.
Large shipment just received.
WINSTON S. BANNING
Tiituavfle, Florida.

Accidetal Shooting
A most unfortunate accident mar-
red the peaceful quiet of Christmas
day in Courtenay. About2 o'clock
in the afternoon a number of the
men employed on Mr. E. P. Porcher's
grove were pacparidg to go out bird
shooting, they were sitting and stand-
ing around near the packing house,
when Roland Adkins in fun pointed
an old single barreled gun at John
Peters, saying: "Consider yourself
under arrest," at same moment the
gun was discharged and the shot
lodged in Peters' right breast, killing
him instantly.
Mr. John Reed, justice of the peace
of Indianola, was notified of the af-
fair and he at once summoned a cor-
oner's jury, .who, after examining
the witnesses, gave a verdict that
"the death was caused by the acci-
dental discharge of a gun." There
had been no enmity or ill feeling be-
tween the two men. They were both
about 25 years of age.
It is a wonder that so few accidents
of this nature occur, as skylarking
with firearms is far too common.
The body of Peters, who we under-
stand was an orphan, was forwarded
to his late home at Highland, Fla.,
Thursday. Adkins is a married man
and has a wife living in Courtenay.

New Locomotives for F. E. C.
The Florida East Coast railway is
expecting daily ten new locomotives,
costing $200.005. They weigh each
about 190,000 pounds, and tenders
121,000. They are to be used this
winter in carrying freight and pass-
engers from Jacksonville to all points
on the road to the farthest southern
port.
The immense weight of the new
equipment is evidence of the substan-
tial construction of the road, partic-
ularly the new portion south of Mi-
anm.
Eight locomotive tenders have a
carrying capacity of ten tons of coal
and 6,000 gallons of water. They
have eight driving wheels. Two for
switching purposes, are only six
wheelers, and their carrying capacity
is less.
These locomotives will be the most
powerful on any road in the state,
and they are guaranteed to make bet-
ter time than any previously pur-
chased for the road.


LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's

AIND INCIDE'ltNTS ".
MONDAY, Ducms= s3, 19W7.
S..--. a--- m On Monday next we wnil cut the
I r m ANN nwl- price in every line, it makes no dif-
Tra sonam h ference as to cost, everything will go
n at a cutpce.
Mrs. Adhemar Brady has been quite It would be impossible to enumer-
indisposed this week with an attack of ate all the bargains we have for you.
la gripped If you are. m need of any dry
Mr. ouis A. Brady has beensuffer- goods, clothing or shoes, I assure
M~r. ~os A. r h been er- you it will be to your benefit to
ing with an attack of bronchitis for sev- come Monday.
eral days, but is now able to be out Mail orders promptly filled on any
again. of the above goods.
The Misses Frances and Mary Robot- JULIUs KINE, Titusville.
tom. who are atteimtinw school at Pell-


Clark Hall, Orlando, are spending the
holidays with their parents, Dean and
Mrs. Robottom.
Owing to the sudden illness of Capt.
C. F. Fischer, who was taken violently
ill last Friday afternoon with an attack
of vertigo, Leon Wilson carried the mail
to Artesia last Saturday.
Mr. Chas. Covar, of West Palm
Beach, formerly a Cocoa boy, and Miss
Mary Wright, of Pompano, were mar-
ried Wednesday of last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunzie,
at Pompano, in Dade county.
The Victor Junior Talking Machine is
not a toy. Duplicate parts can be had
same as for high priced machines. The
Junior is the child's delight. Get them
at Indian River Music House for $10.00.
All the latest records, 8 inch, 35 cents.
Rev. W. F. Allen expects to leave
in a day or so for his new charge in
Key West, leaving here so as to reach
that city by the first of the new year.
He has disposed of his launch Little
Cruiser to Mr. F. C. Battle and Dr. Ut-
ICy.
Mr. W. C. Peterson, of Canaveral,
returned from his visit to his mson in
Chelsea, Mass., last week, accompanied
by his friend, Mr. Stephen Henry, of
Marshfield, Mass., who will probably
spend the winter on the Banana river.
They left Sunday in Mr. Peterson's cat-
boat.
Mr. J. L Mobley, who is at present
in the well driving business in Sanford,
spent Christmas in Titusville, accompa-
nied by Mr. Sawyer, his -svistant Mr.
Mobley will probably bring his well-driv-
ing outfit to this section a little later on,
and says he feels confident he can secure
a flow of fresh water in Titusville.
Mr. E. M. Goodall came down from
Daytona Beach a few days ago in his
little runabout motor boat and placed his
power cruising yacht Nemo in commis-
sion, returning to Daytona the first
part of this week, but it is doubtful
whether Mr. Goodall willdo much cruis-
ing up and down the coast this season.
We have received the pictorial edition
of the Daytona Gazette-News, which
proves to be a veritable panorama of
tine half-tones of the Fountain City of
Florida. Editor Fitzgerald has issued a
splendid edition this year and no doubt
it will induce many people to visit and
locate in the thriving city of Daytona.

Church Notes
Dean Robottom will conduct services
on Merritts Island on Sunday.


Was Not the Right Man
Sheriff Brown was called to States-
boro, the county seat of Bulloch county,
Georgia, last week by word that Me-
Fadden, the negro who committed the
rape at Pineda last summer, had been
captured and was being held there for
him. As on previous occasions else-
where, where negroes have been held
on suspicion, Sheriff Brown went and
found it was not the right man. The
negro was taller, heavier and much
younger than McFadden and wears a
No. 12 instead of a No. 6 shoe. Sheriff
Brown has spent quite a sium of money
in his efforts to find McFadden, all of
which have proven futile so far, but he
has not given up the search by any
means. The above goes to show that
the sheriff responds to. the faintest clue
as to McFadden's apprehension.

Chriatmw- Service
Divine service was held Christmas
morning in St. Gabriels church with
sermon by Dean Robottom. During the
service the following selections were
rendered by the choir, Miss Daisy Bra-
dy as organist:
Processional-Oh, Come All Ye Faith-
ful, Hymn 49.
Kyrie Eleison, No. 161.
Gloria Tibi, No. 181.
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear,
Hymn 59.
SERMON
Offertory-The Song of the Angels,
(by L. Dresserr, Mrs. Denham.
Offertory Sentence, No. 189.
Sursum Corda and Sanetus, (J. Can-
ridge.)
Communion Hymn-Bread of the
World, Hymn 225.
Gloria in Excelsis, Old Chant.
Recessional-Shout the Glad Tidings,
Hymn 53.
Kind Words for The Star
Melbourne Beach, Fla., Dec. 21. '07.
To Editor of TaE FLORIDA STARL
I have recently been trying to re-
duce my newspaper mail by paying
up arrears and stopping most every-
thing not sent distinctly D. H.. but
the gray hairs of your venerable pa-
per and some signs seen in recent
sample copies that it is yet in the gen-
tle glow of the twilight of the heart,
appeal to my better nature; so here-
with I send you my check for one
plunk and ten bits for a year's sub-
scription.
Vol. XXVIII. No. 35: That puts
the nativity of THE STAR pretty far
back for an Indian River newspaper.


The Rev. Millidge Walker. who is a Twenty-eight years is a good many.


Wa.. -- guest for the winter seas..n of Mr. (res- Tell us in the New Year's edition how
Wanted son. at City Point. will visit his old things were along the river when
Reliable, energetic young man to sell friends in Titusville on Sunday. Dec. 29. TH STAR arose. While the rest of
Home Builders' Purchasing Contract of He will conduct the evening service and
the Jacksonville Development Co. A preach in St. Gabriels church at i7: us are swearing otf and getting in
good openingfortheright man. Address p.. He will be iad to welcome his hape to votdry. b you rein:M. nl
with references Jas. F. Taylor. General m. e wi ome is h r t you
Agent. Tampa, Fla. friends to this service. a column or two. Yours truly.
...--- -- OLIVER GIBBS.
Notice Land for Sale Acting upon the suggestion of our
The annual meeting of the Eightyi are in Ir.arl s..tity. -i: the 'kind friend we will give a few jot-
The annual mrs of the Indian River State bank w. I ts w. t...S -t. T 1. :t. : ..r tings of twenty years ago in our next
holders o' the Indian River State "bank x %v. ,t".f X. W. .-f r ."zi. I.- ^r ..
will be held at its rooms on Jan. 3. iurtelr i.taricuianr. a.1,ire-, M '. 1908, at 3 p. m., for the election of "t ,c.
directors and such other business as : nO SALt CHEAP FOR C.ASH. Orange and Grapefruit Trees
may be presented. ..un 5s: c.-s .Of :z..i hi.:lh land on Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high
-JAS. PRITCHARD. heitea.t or ac.-ra.i m.ai0r .1.- indian river hickory hammock. Free from white
W. S. BRANNING, President. at the Narro,ws, de.-ca itbed qs follows: Lot fly. One year to two year old buds.
Cashier. *No ::, ~seti. .::i, alo lot No. :;, section Prices from "-5 to 35 cent-s. Careful-


--- :1ti. in Lownshilp :1 south. ranse .14 east.
A cool drink at a cool place at This land is unimprovedl bhut inely lo-
MANDY'tS. cated. For turth-r paiticuiari address
.MAN E I .,w
Draymi I Brockton. Mas.
Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt- :'ood For Sale
ly attended to. 31M.ts all trains. uove,
wood for ale at all times. i Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
H. E. HOLTOX. 'ing and harrowing. See or address J.
Tituaville, Fla. W. Jamison. Titusville, Fla.


ly packed and delivered at Oak l-i!l
station. J. W. GRIFFIS.
Shiloh. Fla.
The Alpine Hotel
Titusville. Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
ager. On the European plan furn-
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
trally located.


LOCAL GOSSIP


AND PERSONALS

mtk M A t l *o of Titu -
&llo as tq CMandof
Dr. J. E. Miller is atpresenttopping
at Stuart.
Mr. Chester Clifton and his brother,
from Oak Hill, were in town Sunday.
Mrs. G. E. Pritchett has been quite
ill the past few days, but we are pleased
to note that she is better at this writing.
Mr. Bedortha, a young Stetson stu-
dent, from Ohio, is spending the holi-
days here with Mr. E. L Brady's family.
Mr. W. M. Brown returned to Miami
last week from a business trip of ten
days or more to New York and other
points north.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Black and son, of
Jacksonville, stopped off here last week
to visit his brother, Mr. Fred Black,
leaving Sunday for City Point to spend
Christmas with his father, Mr. H. S.
Black.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thomas, of Or-
angedale, Fla., arrived Monday to spend
Christmas with Mrs. Thomas' parents.
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson. Mrs.
Thomas will remain here a portion of
next week.
Indian River hotel served Christmas
dinner there to about twenty-five of
our townspeople aside from their regu-
lar guests, and the menu was one of ex-
traordinary excellence for even such an
occasion. Assistant Manager Irwin per-
sonally looked after the service.
Mr. Semple, a veterinarian, who spent
sometime in Titusville about four years
ago, was here the first of the week on
his way to Ormond, and complimented
our town on its improved condition since
he was here before. Mr. Semple will
spend the winter at Ormond and Day-
tona.
The Christmas festivities for the
Methodist Sunday school were held
Tuesday night and consisted of prayer
and singing and the passing of Christ-
mas baskets in lieu of the time-honored
Christmas tree. The novelty of the
baskets was quite a pleasing feature to
the little folks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ashe Heyward, of
Charleston, and Mr. Roeder and Mrs.
Roeder, of New York city, arrived Sat-
urday last and registered at the
Palmhurst awaiting favorable weather
for cruising down the river in the schoon-
er Captain Jack. with Prof. J. M Laf-
lin, leaving Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddison and two
daughters, of Eau Gallie. arrived Mon-
day afternoon and spent Christmas with
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and family at
their suburban villa, returning home
yesterday afternoon. Mr. R. Por-,,'n
Paddison, formerly of Eau Gallie. v. -~
also here at the Christmas tide -n
Lake Helen, and went to Eau Gallie for
a visit yesterday.
Prof. Overstreet and his brother. Mr.
Barrett Overstreet and their friend.
SDr. S. F. Smith. went to Fort Pierce
last Saturday and spent part of the hol-
'iday week there among Prof. Over-
street's friends, of whom he made a


large number last year while in charge of
the high school at that place. They re-
turned to Titusville Wednesday and Dr.
Smith and Mr. Barrett Overstreet re-
turned home yesterday morning via the
St. Johns river route.

Fl"RNIT U'REZY,. (;(X)1S.SI-lOiKS;
From now on at Gardner'.s.. yu will
receive with each C'ASH purchase. a
ticket. When you have 25.4MNP worth.
you can obtain a high grade talking
machine on the most liberal termn-
and at a fraction of regular pric-.
It will interest YOU.
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone ::1

Valuable Real Estate For Sale
Five acres, beautiful building site.
fronting '105 feet on west bank of fa!
famed Indian river, l miles south of
Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie Ma-
gruder. Box 125. Orlando. Fla.

D. Pacignana
Shoemaker and repairer, all work first
class and guaranteed. Next door to
Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street.
Titusville.


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Greater Pittsbrga Fet.
The cities of Pittsburg and Alle-
ghe*t:r ide their fnrnai entry Into
th '.- c -r:n al untlry Iee. 9.


wm for the rtmt me the oslmem
SC the two ce--imsniti met to do boil-
-as omebody. The Pittsburg coun-
ell marched ti a body. preceded by
hands of masic, to the Allegheny city
haIL where they were joined by the
Aleg,,imq councils. All then marched
to the Ptttsburg city hall. where they
were met by Mayor Guthrle. After a
breft meeting all attended a dinner.
The people Joined in the celebration
with much noise and festivity.


EXECUTIVE 1

Straus Piads For Cetralization.
In his annual report Oscar S. Straus.
secretary of commerce and labor. re-
ferring to the bureau of corporations.
says that the experience of the bureau
has signally justified that phase of the
administration's policy which has been
aimed at securing an eelffient publicity
In interstate corporate matters by fed
eral reans. It is his opinion that. cor-
porate activity having tec.-ome national
in its commercial!
COe. thbe eontro:
over it should to
some extent a'
least tee nation.,
by the general gv-
erumerent. He says-
"The power and


secretary of the treasury In connection
with the financial crisis was lnt aduced
Ia the senate by Ptitchfork Ben" TIll-
man of South Carolina; also proposing
to Inquire Into the issuance of clearing
i bouse certificates. The resolutions
wanted sk if it would be lawful for
warehouses and elevators to issue cer-
tificates based on cotton, wheat. tobae-
co. and so on. to be used In marketing
such products.
Third Term. In the House.
A Democratic member from Ala-
barma. Clayton. brought in a resolution
declaring It the sense of the house
-that to break down the barrier against
the perpetuity of tenure in the presi-
dential office Is fraught with grave
peril to American and republican In-
stitution." hence that the Washington
Precedent of retiring after a second
term be made a part of "our republic-
an system of government."
Srownsville Report Halted.
The senate military affairs commit-
tee. which has been conducting the in-
r vestigating of the Brownsville (Tex.i
riots. was about to make Its report
when a new point was raised by the
chemical an.alysi. of bullets which the
committee had dug from the buildings
and posts where they had lodged on
the night the town was shot up by
some one. The expert now finds that
these lbullerTs -',urain ua.:nonyv. a sub-


I POLITICAL |


YaoIv to speak by the mislmtera
taties placed wpon his silee about
the their erm talk. Present Roose-
vlt has giv o et a statement scall-
as the anna nt he had made on
the t after his ectie con eenstruliag
bin Aet three and a half years I. noce
as his rst term sad sayig. "TFe wise
csmm which limits the presidenM t to
two tears regards the substance and
nt the form. and under so ctict.m-
oace will I be a candidate for or
accept smother nmeatlo." Referring
to thL. he Oew says. "1 have not
Chanced and heall not ange the decl-
aim thus aninnced. Friends of the
president say that the particular pur-
poee of his new statement is to put
the country on guard against those
who have been using the third term
cry to forward their own plans. This
has referencL to the activity of Secre-
tary Cortelyou. whk-h came to the sur-
face at the national committee meet-
tag. It is expected to help the candi-
dacy of Taft at least to the extent of
compelling an open fight.
The Presidest "Olad of it."
When Mayor Dahiman of Omaha
called on President Roosevelt one day
last week the pre-ident Is quoted as
saying:
"Tell the boys in Omaha that if 1
am responsible for this money panic.
which showed up the rotten founda-
tion on which the finances of the coun-
try were built. 1 am glad of it."
mooate. Gles RepubliisaL.
The elections at Boston Dec. 10 re-
sulted In the choke of the Republican
candidate for mayor. George A. Hib-
bard. by a plurality of 2.013 over May-
or Fitzgerald. Isemiocrat. Coulthurst.
candidate of the Independence league.
received 15.TS1 votes. No license pre-
vailed In Lynn and Worcester.
Oklahoma Senators Elected.
The legislature of the new state of
Oklahoma in joint session at Guthrie
elected Thomas P. Gore and Robert LI
Owen as United States senators.
Republicans Choose Chicago.
The meeting of the Republican na-
tioual committee at Wafhington result-
ed in the chtaivt of t'hit-ago as the
plate for the as-emioling of the next
national ciuveniiien of the pariy anid
June It as the date. In the final show-
down there w:ere *'2 vo:es faor Chicago.
18 for Kansa.s City and 4 for DIenver
This was regarded as a knock for the
Taft boom. as his friends had :avoreu
Kansas City. At the vame true It
made known the fact that Ltortnel' u is
in at.6olute euotrol of the orgaa.lztifn.
It developed that the southern usem-
bers of the committee were st1!! cinuz-
ing to the third term idea. althot::t
the rest of the memt.ers were dispo-s.-0
to take the pr*ident at his word it-.
he would not accept a nomin:inlatn If
were offered. Cortelyou. however. h. ,
been agreed u .ia b;y the s.iuthern merni
as a second chic-e One story ( ,- -
that they wer,- ut-; in th third term
cry as a t'onrte-vi y :int..
Tom Watson Advises Teddy.
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eame. away L.: u ..:.t: T .n.;---..
*-f the io n ?W-' -v,-;t 1b.- :w. -: a
P(opulrtt Tuod T'0e chief exe.uti>e 2.:-:
what he th,,izntt thout te a3*-is*e .f
the I.f..'\ r of f V.-a; lnjuu.-ti.,n t...* i:-
terfrre vih t he ro.-ta ,f :-'ta:e
courts. as in the \N.rth C'iar.ina n'' i
Alabama railroad -n: ses As to 1et-
.-irrency. W.:-.oni defended the .--'.-
an--. of treasury noues by the g:,xer:,-
mIexlt as o(,pp.Jfe*d t, the fl('"d of !,ank
notes based u;on the natiln's credit:
Manhattan's Presideet Removed.
Governor Hughes of New York Lzs
ordered the reival of John F. Abearnam
as president of the teoro.ngh of Man-
hattan, after a personal investigation
of the charges preferred. <..n the
ground "f c..ntinuous maladministra-
tion and fav.rlti'm. whibtle absoiving
the accused o.f personal dishobnesty
Ahearm funghbt dismissal by getting a
court lujDnt tio,, staying the hands of
the mayor.
Democrats to Meet at Denver.
The IDemocratic national committee
last week selected Imenver as the
place and July 7 as the date for hold-
lag the next national convention. The
claims of Looninile. Chicago and St.
Paul were urged. but Denver clearly
had the lead and wee selected on the
first ballot.


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study of the jIM baoss anuwU sid se n I
brains of se to edsM twoid ume .
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ment in various mp ssA, Fla., te a ii ow iio it
walks f life. -Frommy ww WU Die -
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the brains of barmy we--a--M .o. ..N
various kinds of Dr.E. A.-d hm. S and ma mrMd 1a uri- t wa -
thinketr show specalazed develop te O ir ya yTh..ims s or amsu.. d a
meant Thusn the brains of mshenis taMB k I d&d wet ned, amme Tme u. a byT
are richly convolted In the andted they Mw wme amd at uatam ,u4 up.
assoeationa aes. Such atias.ma... I f-Yid heatdly walk and as weusa dsfl-ut
as left handdnems. partial M a4 fn 3*
and defects of vision. be mys. save the kidaB. e 'sI M e Ou Vi _&wi mad
their Indelible Imprints upon the brainUfl. r m P aiP
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dares that "me of the kind who er U ful ilu repcemtaaue um- fu- :L.
er remain steadily = .wl reed o Fr mie y al m w Frf 0 ,'rtW
usually fall to even lear a trade stand F,-j-il-h (;, b ..,. %eu Y ,r.
lowest i the scale. Above them ea WM e &ag .t ,fora eU ,.M1UL
the mechanks and trade workers. the eIsenter t zaue- I "i*n. -:
clerks. the ordinary usn m man and 'tas* oo nw.
common school teachers. gbt otf
all we find men of deekled mental abi- What tre Comeng Out Cotvent P Cot
Ies. the geniuses of the penclu I
and sculptors chisel, the mathemai- -QGta. S-a
clans. scholars and statesme!. Thne f-.lw.ng .'em ..... z.. -
Papyrus Veria Neheemiah. 'han pa--"ng *e-"a: for ', .
Advance sheets of the discoveries of ree.-s ana especa... **
the German and French expediutons on e"t '
Sland of1 Elephant i tl '.-buted o "Ghe coumng -.: "o-tn; -.J
published by Professor Ga ( neau at ,erg ro-nT. T--. a.
Paris. tell how the German diggers F-:n..' re -Co., for cna.r' 54 *. -
have unearthed an officia! document of 1& MacK)y. for cna..'o-r -.


the seventeenth year ,- i Dar!us ad-
dressed to the I'er*-iani .<->,xer-'r ,,f J--
daea bly the r rie-ts of the Tenr'. -
Eiep;ha:ta. Heretofore many anciet
Greek texts have been turned up from
the ;aTnds ,'f Ezy-t but rrarv:y Lie of
Hebrew .*riran ike this. Its chief va:-
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ures In the B-iil.e This -:apyrus. whitib
Is In 'he Aiujic character. turns out
t-9 lte aa autbhetic page o-f the book (A
Nehein!,ah. Weing a petitionn addressed
tby the Jews ti the Persian governor
asking ".rive to rebuild their temwp'e.
which bad been destroyed !.y a pre-
vious governor. The *etiti.uners say
they have also asked the governor to
help them. This seems to show beyond
douliT that the ancient temnile of Je-
bovab meurtoued in the B.t.e was lo-
cart-d ,Q this is.and. The pei'T.:-n Ua.
granted and the temp.e was -ebul:t

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Nobel Prizes Awarded.
The ceremnnies .ttendi:.g the d;.-
tribution of Mte five NLbe; prizors wh.bh
are awarded annually took place in
SttcckbolIm. Sweden. ec. 1,F. The prise
for literature was awarded to Rudyard
Kipling. that for physics to Professor
Albert A. Michel-
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regulative author-i bullets. The c(-.:nmitee deferred Its
ity should tw corn t rerrt.
medsurate wot rath iJeff Dav"s Jogs t-e Senate.
eld of the ,ooraton- ItIe .,:.V exlp .d o.uttbur.-t fromn the
Stharye orl. new :: fr, Arka
Sectwt Straus. t, tere: a ,-ql i ivi ."; :.i:.-, u,- k, ;ud The big-
Centralization as a busines fact h y .. e :r y" d-
been ac-oipli. -d. It ,u.y rewalu.- t. rh. althoue-b
be determined whether legal conditio:f, lhe ,, t;ws were irresisti',!v
shall be adjusted to the facts whi..h fu::-. se-. .:g se-s.*_s had g.,ne
they are supposed to cover." Refer- ty. and !e .i::ut Atkan,%a cu;d ad
ring to the shipbuilding Industry. be wo0iu wi .-er i'n .eunt. rial
says that the total output of American truad!ioA. Tr:,d1i ,:.e bar-nged e-*
shipyards during the year was 1.157 marking Tr:.t he dId n.U t ;.r.r,-.-e t r.
documented vessels of 471.332 gross !a n h : in e un i hs
tons. a volume ex-eeded by only one hair had r,. gr.,y and his body bt.
year In the last half century. with age h e Ir .e!ed ti, tel the a-
Regarding ii-unigration the records ale. t ,he tr ..t v, s ci..Ltu s
of the department show that the num what he thought of the oil tr.st a::d a
her of aliens admitted to the country Ife other tbiis. lie said thbe tri!-s.
during the year was 1.2 5.349. an in- ow .-tr.,I every:h .g t.:t .O:.r- .t:.d
crease of 1%.*.14 over the precediu p:esi,,. S.-ki.g of ra,'C -i. e.
year. (of the whole numatr 3., per he said be had Rk.,,ve:t k.:n,ed a
cent were illterante. The numltr re t- k." a: le bad e.gh chidret-1. w~,-
je3-ted was 1l'4. It is estimated that the president had ..nly five at h.'.e
31ti.21. !h.l-n iteft the Ulefd etat. Jeff also said be was a!w:ay. for tnt-
during ibt- 'ear. Mr. Strau- cr.:ti(ses underd., in The tiht Rte-rrin: ...
our imLriigration laws regarding China. ther new .r temuz: That be A., :.d
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; ,DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Queen Quality ShoesYou LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's: LOCAL GOSSIP 1 ,



;: WEEK know Lincoln's adage, "Youcan't I AND INCIDENTS Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALS

fool all the people all the time, MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1907. .
; etc." Everybody has heard it and +i

Y; Pungent Motes ,Pertaining to Eients I''believes clinching it. proof And it for is'true."Queen Whichis Quali-I Per ona1 Paragraphs About People that I 1 price On in Monday every next line, it we makes will cut no difference the-t SomethIng About the People of Titus- '

x Transpiring About Tom ty" shoes. For over a decade their Traicl Here and Then I as to cost, everything will go Yille as They Come and Go
I at a cut price.It .
sales have far exceeded those of
t Happy New Year to all! Get ready all other women's shoes. Yet the Mrs. Adhemar Brady has been quite I would be impossible to enumerate : Dr. J. E. Miller bat present stopping ft
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to write it 1908. all the have for at Stuart. .
demand continues to Even indisposed this week with an attack of bargains we you.

Mr. W. F. Brown, of Fort Pierce was the 10,000 pairs made every grow.day can't la grippe.Mr. I If you are. in need of any dry Mr. Chester Clifton and his brother, .. 4

44 in Titusville Tuesday. supply it. Why? Just try one pair. : Louis A. Brady has been suffering you goods it,will clothing be to or your shoes benefit, I assure to from Oak Hill .were in town Sunday. '

;. : Mrs. C. A. Gardner is quite indisposed Large shipment just received. with an attack of bronchitis for several come Monday. Mrs. G. E. Pritchett has been quite -'Ct.

F with the grippe this week. WINSTON. S. BRANNING. days, but is now able to be out Mail orders promptly filled on any I ill 1 the past few days, but we are pleased ,

Miss Laura Penney arrived yesterday Titusville Florida. again. of the above goods. to note that she is better at this writing. .,
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afternoon to spend the remainder of the -- The Misses Frances and Mary Robot- JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Mr. Bedortha, a young Stetson student -

;. holidays here. tom, who are attending school at Pell- from Ohio, is spending the holidays -

The, dance at the opera house was I Accidental ShootingA Clark Hall, Orlando, are spending the Was Not the Right Man here with Mr.'. E. L. Brady's family. ,

_- ,largely attended last night and a good most unfortunate accident mar- holidays with their parents. Dean andMrs. Sheriff Brown was called to States- Mr. W. M. Brown returned to Miami e

time enjoyed by alL red the peaceful\ quiet of Christmasday [ Robottom. boro, the county seat of Bulloch county, last week from a business trip of ten

A 12-horse power two cylinder Lathe in Courtenay. About2 o'clockin Owing to the sudden illness of Capt.C. Georgia, last week by word that Mc- days or more to New York and other

rop engine arrived this week for Capt. the afternoon a number of the F. Fischer, who was taken violently Fadden the negro who committed the points north.

Nelson, of Titusville Marine railway. men employed on Mr. E. P. Porcher's ill 1 last Friday afternoon with an attackof rape at Pineda last summer, had been Mr. and Mrs. Will Black and son, ofacksoriville .
I and being held there for
captured was
,Mr. Frank T. 'Budge and family, of i grove were preparing to go out bird vertigo, Leon Wilson carried the mail stopped off here last week '
him. As previous occasions else-
k Miami, arrived Sunday to spend the hol- shooting,they were sitting and stand- to Artesia last Saturday.Mr. on heldon to visit his brother, Mr. Fred 'Black,
where, where have been
week is custom with ing around the packing house negroes leaving Sunday for City Point to spend
iday as their usual near Chas. Covar, of West Palm suspicion Sheriff Brown went and
and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard. when Roland Christmas with his father, Mr. H. S. .
Capt. Adkins in fun pointedan Beach, formerly a Cocoa boy, and Miss found it was not the right man. The .

'' Mr. and Mrs. T. Blake Walker, of old single barreled gun at John Mary Wright, of Pompano, were married negro was taller, heavier and much Black.

Jacksonville; arrived the first of the Peters, saying: "Consider yourself Wednesday of last week at the younger than McFadden and wears a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thomas, of Or- i ;

week to spend Christmas with Mrs. W's. under arrest," at same moment the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kunzie, No. 12 instead of a No. 6 shoe. Sheriff angedale, Fla.,arrived Monday to spend

; parents, Capt. end Mrs. Jas. Pritchrad. gun was discharged and the shot at Pompano, in Dade county. Brown has spent quite a sum of moneyin Christmas with Mrs. Thomas' parents,

The locomotive on the Sanford branch lodged in Peters' right breast, killing The Victor Junior Talking Machine isnot his efforts to find McFadden, all of Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson. Mrs. .
Thomas will here
: was rendered useless for the time being him instantly. a toy. Duplicate parts can be had which have proven futile so far, but he next week. remain a portion of

last Saturday morning just as the train Mr.John Reed, justice of the peace same as for high priced machines. The has not given up the search by any
was about to leave for Sanford by the means. The above goes to show that Indian River hotel served Christmas
Junior is the child's delight. Get themat
of Indianola, was notified of the affair I
: valve blowing out of the boiler. Indian River Music House for$10.00. the sheriff responds to.the faintest clueas dinner there to about twenty-five of
and he at summoned
once a coroner's -
aside from their '
our townspeople
i We call special attention to the new All the latest records, 8 inch, 35 cents. to McFadden's apprehension. regular -
jury,who, after examiningthe : and the of
guests, menu was one ex- )
advertisement of Dr. Miller's dental
witnesses, gave a verdict that Rev. W. F. Allen expects to leavein Christmas Service traordinary excellence for even such an I
club, to be found this week on page
{ "the death was caused by the acci- a day or so for his new charge in occasion. Assistant Manager Irwin
Divine service was held Christmas per-
8 at the top of the 4th and 5th columns.
Key West, leaving here so as to reach looked after the service.
dental sonally
of There
The idea is a novel one and well worth discharge a gun. morning in St. Gabriels church with

your consideration.The had been no enmity or ill feeling! be- that city by the first of the new year. sermon by Dean Robottom. During the Mr. Semple, veterinarian,who spent
He has disposed of his launch Little
Victor records for January will tween the two men. They were both service the following selections were sometime in Titusville about four years
Cruiser to Mr. F. C. Battleand Dr. Ut-
r i>e heard and on sale at Indian River about 25 years of age. rendered by the choir, Miss Daisy Bra- ago, was here the first of the week on

i Music Howe next Monday and Tuesday. It is a wonder that so few accidentsof ey. dy as organist: his way to Ormond, and complimentedour
Mr. W. C. Peterson, of Canaveral, Processional-Oh, Come AH Ye Faith i('
town on its improved condition since
The January list comprises some two this nature occur, as skylarkingwith
returned from his visit to his in
i dozen fine selections in the 10 and 12-inch firearms is far too common. son ful, Hymn 49. he was here before. Mr. Semple will u
size Chelsea, Mass., last week,accompaniedby Kyrie Eleison, No. 161. spend the winter at Ormond and Day-
and six new 8-inch records aside
The body of Peters who we under-
his friend, Mr. Stephen Henry, of Gloria.Tibi/'No. 181. tona.
from the red seal records.
stand was an orphan, was forwardedto Marshfield, Mass., who will probably It Came Upon the Midnight Clear,
Mr. Myers Froscher arrived Monday, his late home at Highland, Fla., spend the winter on the Banana river. Hymn 59. The Christmas festivities for the

from Delray, to spend Christmas at Thursday. Adkins is married man They left Sunday in Mr. Peterson's cat- SERMON I Methodist Sunday school were held
home and Mr. Elbert Froscher arrived Tuesday night and consisted of prayer
of the
and has wife living in Courtenay. Offertory-The Song Angels,
Tuesday, from Knights key, also to boat.Mr. and singing and the passing of Christ-
L. Dressler Mrs. Denham.
J. L. Mobley, who is at present i (by ),
spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. mas baskets in lieu of the time-honored
New Locomotives for F. E. C. in the well driving business in Sanford, Offertory Sentence, No. 189.
and Mrs. A. Froscher, and Master Nor- Christmas tree. The novelty of the
The Florida East Coast railway i is spent Christmas in Titusville, accompa- Sursum Corda and Sanctus, (J. Can- .
ris Froscher, too, is home from Stetson baskets was quite a pleasing feature to
nied by Mr. Sawyer, his assistant. Mr. ridge.)
expecting daily ten locomotives \If
university, DeLand. new the little folks.
Mobley will probably bring his well-driv Communion Hymn-Bread of the )
Mrs. W. P. Hatchett, of West Palm costing $200,005. They weigh each ing outfit to this section a little later on, World, Hymn 225. Mr. and Mrs. John Ashe Heyward, of '

Beach, who formerly resided in Titus- about 190,000 pounds, and tenders and says he feels confident he can securea Gloria in Excelsis Old Chant. Charleston, and Mr. Roeder and Mrs.

ville, some fifteen years ago, died last 121,000. They are to be used this I flow of fresh water in Titusville.Mr. Recessional-Shout the Glad Tidings, Roeder, of New York city, arrived Sat- t

Friday, after failing health and follow- winter in carrying freight and pass- Hymn 53.Kind. urday last and registered at the
in E. M. Goodall came down from Palmhurst awaiting favorable weatherfor
ing an operation performed Jackson- engers from Jacksonville to all pointson
ville several weeks ago. Her recoverywas the road to the farthest southern Daytona Beach a few days ago in his Words for The Star cruising down the river in the schooner -
little runabout motor boat and placed his Jack with Prof. J. M Laf- I
Captain
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hopeless. Mrs' Hatchett is sur- port. Melbourne Beach, Fla., Dec. 21, 07.
power cruising yacht Nemo in commis- lin, leaving Wednesday morning. :t .
+ vived by her husband and one daughter, The immense weight of the new To Editor THE FLORID.STAlL
,- sion returning to Daytona the first t
Miss Mary Lou Hatchett. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddison and two
equipment is evidence of the substantial part of this week, but it is doubtful I have recently been trying to re-

The Titusville Lumber Co., although construction of the road, partic- whether Mr. Goodall will do much cruis- duce my newspaper mail by payingup daughters of Eau Gallic arrived Mon .
fill the orders afternoon and Christmas with
under to
being day spent
pressure ularly the new portion south of Mi ing up and down the coast this season. arrears and stopping most everything -
for lumber, shut down Tuesday night Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and family at

for the purpose of giving their vast ami.Eight We have received the pictorial editionof not sent distinctly D. H., but their suburban villa, returning home !

force of workmen a chance to spend locomotive tenders have a the Daytona Gazette-News, which the gray; hairs of your venerable pa- yesterday afternoon. Mr. R. Porson

Christmas, and will not start up again carrying capacity of ten tons of coal proves to be a veritable panorama of per and some signs seen in recent Paddison, formerly of Eau Gallie, was

until Monday. One of their orders for and 6,000 gallons of water. They fine half-tones of the Fountain City of sample copies that it is yet in the gen- also here at the Christmas tide tv<.m !

lumber for the railway extension to Key have eight driving wheels. Two for Florida. Editor Fitzgerald has issued a tle glow of the twilight of the heart! Lake Helen, and went to Eau Gallic for

West is for over a million feet. switching purposes, are only six splendid edition this year and no doubtit I appeal to my better nature; so herewith a visit )-esterday"Prof.

Messrs. P. J. Hall and M. L. Peacock wheelers, and their carrying capacity will induce many people to visit and I send you my check for one Overstreet and his brother, Mr. ,

went deer hunting the first,of the week is less. locate in the thriving city of Daytona. plunk and ten bits for a year's sub- Barrett Overstreet and their friend.

and jumped a fine deer which fell under These locomotives be the most ---------- scription. I Dr. S. F. Smith, went to Fort Pierce )

the unerring aim of the latter. Mr. powerful on any road in the state, Church Notes Vol. XXVIII. No. 35 That puts I last Saturday and spent part of the holiday -

Hall had the first crack at the game, and they are guaranteed to make better Dean Robottom will conduct serviceson : the nativity of THE STAR pretty far ''. week there among Prof. Over- ;f
but having taken his new rifle in lieu of Merritts Island on Sunday. 's street's friends, of whom he made a
time than any previously pur- I back for an Indian River newspaper.
his usual time-tried shot gun, he missed 1! large number last}ear while in charge of
chased for the road. The Re1illidge Walker, who is a Twenty-eight is a good 1
the deer, very much to his chagrin, and 'i i u ..years_. .. many.. the high school at that place. They re- !I''J
guest for the winter season of)Ir. Cresson : '
; Tell us in the >ew l ear s edition now I Titusville Wednesday and Dr.
has fully decided in future to stick to turned to
Wanted at City Point, will visit his old i
the old reliable shot gun. I things were along the river when ; Smith and Mr. Barrett Overstreet returned i 1
friends in Titusv ille Dec.
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Sunday, !
on
--- Reliable, energetic young man to sell THE STAR arose. While the rest of home yesterday morning via the
Home Builders' Purchasing Contract of He will conduct the evening service and I
Johnson & PatersonCOCOAFLORIDA us are swearing oil and getting in St. Johns river route.FUKN1TUUEDIIY.
the Jacksonville levelopment"Co. A preach in St. Gabriels church at 7: rU!
good opening for the right man. Address: p. m. He will be glad to welcome his !i shape to vote dry, be you reminiscenta ---
with references Jas. t. Taylor, General ,GOODSSHOESFrom
We carry in stock a full and complete Fla. friends to this service. : column or two. Yours truly,
Agent, Tampa,
stock of fancy and staple groceries, Roy OLIVER GIBBS. now on at Gardner's you will
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and vegetables, Heinz's pickles and vinegars Notice I II' Acting upon the suggestion of our ticket. When you have$:!. .OO worth M
Elgin 4-Crown butter, hay, grain Eizhty acres in Irt\.ir unity. In insj the kind friend we will give a few jot-
The annual meeting of the sto k- S. W.. 1 of.;. W. J, St-c. :!:1. T 21. II. 3&. and ; of in next you can obtain a high grade talking
and feed. holders the Indian River State bank I' X. \V. J ,.f N.11'.1 of vc.i>.T 21. K. 31 F..r tings twenty years ago our machine on the most liberal terms

western We also meats handle, beef the, lamb best,Florida mutton and and will be held at its rooms on Jan. 3. further. particulars atUlres M. P. raiwr"uoihce. issue. [ED. STAR] and at a fraction of regular price.It .

1908, at 3 p. m., for the election of I I will interest YOU. I IChan.
pork. ---- --- directors and such other business as I I FOR SALK CHEAP t"tmSH.. t\tAbout Orange and Grapefruit Trees A. Gardner 'Phone: P
drink at cool place atMANDY'S.
A cool a ,
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Stock for Sale W. S. BRANNING, President. 1 I the Narrow?, de- fil-d x* follows: Lot fly. One year to two year old buds. Five beautiful building site
Nursery t"t't.tion :S also l lot No. 3 section acres '
Cashier. Xo 3, >, Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully fronting 105: feet on west bank of far
Citrus stock on high pine --- 3t m township.'II M> th. range 39 east.
grown I > packed and delivered at Oak lull famed Indian river, PI miles south of
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab- A cool drink at a cool place at !This land is unimproved but finely lo station. J. W. GRIFFIS, Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie Ma-

,lished 1886. Send for catalogue. MANDY'S. i iI cated. Forfurthrrpatticularsaddrese 1)1.: Low.Brockton Shiloh, Fla. gruder, Box 125: Orlando Fla.
Toledo and West Palm Beach Fla. I Mass -- ----

Draying ;I The Alpine Hotel D. Pacignana

Pecans for Sale Draping or hauling! of all kinds promptly -II I Wood For Sale Titusville Fla., F. A. Losley, man- Shoemaker and repairer, all work first
shell attended Moots all Stove
to. trains.
trees,
300 seedling pecan I
I variety. For sale at 25 cents each.paper First i wood for sale at all times. I Pine or oak any length. Also plowing ager. On the European plan-furn- class and guaranteed. Next door to
come first served. A. J. CARTER. I H. E. HOLTOX.Tituaville I and harrowing. See or address J.'W. ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street,

Turnbull, Fla. i ir I Fla. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. ; located. Titasville.










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L4 cerebrum which la a great rseawr CQIFORflKG lORDS

determines the

quality of the

busman intellect JuT i Florida HueW I ffl flit

and not the 1

gray matter as i them &

has been berto- To La1' tfao pa wad aetlice oil a bad

fore supposed. back raiM v 4; W to* euttreiy free fAIM1

Professor Spitzfca } tuoojiof, dangerous encanr 4Sgratef ssdee. it

has made a I iI )c"1Ub so ruako any ka4aoy aefre

comDaratirestudy al To tell how U t.great r.buIfteaa:

of the Le: brrAJrLt: ate at J.-uN 01111I1..*asI
' -. brains of &eVh words to htwdrwb. of FJorwia nod* t.

j /,. of 4AS1 L. tkt Tea
eral! men eminent ti r A. 0w1.wt. eraaeas. ,
!i:. i-acola Fla, td he how (./
,' : .,...vr 't ::-. ::. tF: .r Y:..:. ,'. In various 'V i "From wars Iteaa'. 3.Dry .
v' a ?, W' .5 ezprerieraoe
: +t4 tiL. : :Q::: my
4 n;. .._'y .. ; *'t.-'s_-. Lt ,', .,r ++_.;':r- : +.. vim.;:'9r 4:'4;... .%::.: walks of life. :, FilU I CM sW Ugly nM ."1at!
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RS .c Fi e'r erh : He finds that 51455-to aDy0D0: ID rMed of a g.iud IIMd teitae -

when for the first time the councilmen secretary of the treasury In connection the brains of fur tfir kiteye. 1"-

I POLITICAL I of the two communities met to do business I with the financial crisis was, IntroducedIn various kinds of Dr E. A. Stfuka. aDd Lackacbtmaie eaanaied ,&at' ea tteri.ol at ..

as one body. The Pittsburg councils the senate by Pitchfork Pen" Till- thinkers show specialize drelopiaenL for f eare. TL fin* ur sensed a&o-

v marched la a body preceded by man of Sootb Carolina: also proposing Thus the brains of musicians I tack 1 did wt wind, tN N hale weat ..,

Roosevelt Reiterates Decision. bands of musk to the Allegheny city to Inquire Into the issuance of clearinghouse are richly convoluted ia the auditory t4-y grew awee and at IMQ uud IM dpI .

." Forced to speak by the misinterpretations ha1L where they were joined by the certificates. The resolutions association area. Such abnormalitiesas .IO.1d to hardy altn&ijbttm Salt, and after 4mailer 1IkIu 1UI a iWt ditIir1>r lids C

; placed upon las silence about Allegheny councils. AH then marched wanted Ask If it would be lawful for left handedness. partial dafntee: d.Km8.t'R IfftPlaar..t
k the kidney IIItC:
.e ; the third term talk President Ro ?erelt to the Plttsbnrg city hall where they warehouses and elevators to issue certificates and defects of Tision. be NY!!. lave unnatural: JJou' KJ&M? JSlk Md

: has given out a statement recalling were net by Mayor Guthrie. After a based on cotton wheat tobacco their indelible Imprints upon the brain. lIlt From penxs aiJ l eaj avfaee I aaow

S : :1 the announcement be had made on brief meeting all attended a dinner. and so on. to be used In marketing As to judging traiLs by we it. h* declares that tine retu 4y eaa tit d IIIf m>rt wd upon.

. the night after his election construing The people joined In celebration such products. that -men of the kind who newer to fulfill the w..,w****** lIt -.* ** n

his first three and a half years In office with much noise and festivity.EXECUTIVE. remain steadily employed and who
Third Term In the House.A For safe by ail dtaUFncc :fe neaftiFoeterMi&BTB .

i u his first term and saying. The wise Democratic member from Ala usually fail to even learn a trade stand Co. *.&.IJ, Saw York

custom which limits the president to lowest' In the scale Above them come:
:
aca. Clayton brought in a resolution *** agnate" far the ratted UMKetfcember >

two terms regards the substance andS I I declaring it the sense of the house the mechanics and trade workers the tame DAm*j-?* .&...-aadU&enoM&er

; not the form and under no ctrcuinstaDce clerks the ordinary business man and .
that to break down the barrier against
: will I be a candidate for or school teachers Highest of
common
the of tenure in the
Straus Pleads For Centralization.In perpetuity presidential -
accept another nominationReferrin; all we' find men of decided mental abfl- Out Canwenfeon: Cost
his annual report Oscar S. Straus o%Ace Is fraught with grave What the Gaming
to this he now says. "1 have not peril to American and republican institution ties the geniuses of the pencil brush

changed and shall not Lange. the decision referring ." hence that the Washington and sculptors' chisel J. the jcatheinati- 0c2Ja Star,

thus announced. Friends of the says that the experience of the bureau precedent of retiring after a second clans scholars and statesmen. Tie foOowmg ik'mtD iae More -

_, : president ear that the particular pur- has signally justified that phase of theadmInistration's term be made a part of "our republican Papyrus Verifies Nehemiah. than passing tetereet Jar away o* on
'_ pose of his new statement is to put discoveries of
of Advance sheets of the
policy which has been system government"Brownsville readers and cag c fallr rfcotp who coa
%: the country on guard against those on
French
the German and expedition:
4 aImed at securing an efficient publicityIn Report Halted. the _
tnbated to ceousg GC : who have been using the third term the Nile
" the island of Elephants in ,
Interstate corporate matters by federal The senate military affairs committee -
r forward their This Cleanup grands.' Sit; Theae-Zacfcs.*
r to own plans. at
; cry by Professor Gasneaa
means. It is his opinion that corporate which has been conducting the Investigating published
, : baA reference to the activity of Secretary Paris.. tell how the German diggers Furniture Co. for c aU5. li.it; )khe-
activity having become national of the Brownsville (TeL)
k'S Cortelyou. which came to the surface of eaairs. Ill, iud aati
i. have unearthed an oScial document & MacKay, for .
the in Its commercial riots was about to make Its report

' a at national committee meeting t scope the control when a new point was raised by the the seventeenth year of Darius addressed orchestra HI: Rtortaaacr fc Co., ' It is expected to help the candidacy -
-, : over it should to chemical analysis) of bullets which the to the Persian governor of JD-I badges and jane, 4c; Om* Baane-
of Taft at least to the extent of
daea by the priests of tbe temple
some extent at committee had dug from the buildings printing circulars $!f;; iaritazioa aL..
. .. compelling an open fight 2epbanta. Heretofore many ancient
least l e national! and posts where they had lodged on for tboufcaa-
owe
't"l The President "Glad of It." Greek: texts have been turned up from napkins baaqiKt
tbe the night tbe shot
,, by general guy- I town was up by
"< _' When Mayor Dahtaan of Omaha the sands of Egypt but rarely me of hand bills aad prograaw. I'H'Star
eminent lie says: The finds that
some
. one. eipert now
' called on President Roosevelt one day The and i Hebrew onzm like th!!'. its chief val- printing tickets aad poll card for
power these bullets contain antimony. a substance
5r- last week: the president Is quoted assaying jurisdiction of the never used in any of the regular tie is that it deals with familiar >figures committee meetings, l-W : C PMM -: *'

Ci, : regulative author. bullet The committee deferred its In the Bible: This papyrus. which cigars !46; esgranac iatoe. for

I wren the boys in Omaha that If 1 ity should be commensurate report Is in the Aramic character. turns out cigars 1 4 ; gilt priatiag OK aaadc lor

am responsible for this money panic, with the I to 1-e an authentic page of the book of
cigars 1156: Ta Ocala Wiae House
Jeff Davis Jogs the Senate. !
.. which showed up the rotten foundation fie'd of operationsof Nefaonilah. being a petition addressed
,4" on which the finances of the coun the corporations The long; t'XllE'ted outburst from the by the Jews to the Persian governor thirteen quarts sauterae. IVt: nineteen

= try were built 1 am glad of it" Secretary t-traus. to t+e regulated I new senator from Arkansas. JeffersonDavK asking leave to rebuild .their temple quarts cocktail $:&.U; C F Shne:

:rt. cane last week and the dignity which bad been destroyed by der load : 'r' .
Boston Goes Republican. Centralization as a busu.e s fact has : : a previous two c eergretB- : u &
f I
of the senate was slightly de-
The elections at Boston Dec. 10 resulted been accomph-bed It only! remains to governor The petitioners say quet hall J!2J ; W. C Marta for
fJ 1 i ranged tot>f'on. he ;got through, although they have also asked the governor toielp
' % }- in the choice of the Republican be determined whether legal condition s..rutor the saiittwere irresistibly supplying crockery and gfattM. 122.23
them This to show beyond
seems;
candidate for mayor, George A. Uib- shall be adjusted to the facts which funny Seven long Cessions had E, L. Maloney for edibles for beaquet
\ rr" gone doubt that the ancient temple of Je-
; s--; bard by a plurality of :,013 over Mayor they are supposed to CQ\"t Referring by. and tbe giant Arkansan could and aovah mentioned in the Bible; was located $172; extras etc.. $i 8; total $47*,Si

,) L- Fitzgerald Iaemccrat Coulthurst. to the shipbuilding Industry be would wait no longer on senatorial on this I 'aod. Tbe petition was Collected 1430 leaving a debit of $4''

$ \1 candidate of the Independence league says that the total output of American trad!Tion. Tradition be banged: Remarking granted and tbe temple was rebuilt o& which the board of trade UbI1"
e1 : : received 15871; votes. No licence prevailed shipyards during tbe year was 1.137::
r ,. I that he did not propose: to remain .
}, )' i..z. in Lynn and Worcester documented vessels: of 47L332 gross;i and paid.Clues
: In his eat in silence until his
---ef < tons a ToJunce exceeded by only one J SOCIOLOGICALCarnegie } \
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Oklahoma Senators Elected. hair bad ;;own gray and his body bent

. J.! t -': The legislature of the new state of year In the lat half century with age be proceeded to tell the sen- Blood, Skin Deae, Camaat.

, t' Oklahoma In joint session at Guthrie Regarding Immigration the recordsof : ate. the country and his constituents Again Rubs! Larrp. Greatest Blood Punier Free
tbe show
that the
x; elected Thomas I*. Gore and Robert L. department number what he thought: of the oil trust! and a Andrew Carnegie has shown his continues If bkiud thin diea.eed
of aliens admitted to the your le impose, ,
;,:: Owen as United States senators country. few other thing He said the trusts ; interest IP the Carnegie in! titutka hot or foil of human if TOO have blood
during the 1. :}.343. increase
I: Republicans Choose Chicago. year was ? an now control erythu.5.g but acorns" and of ssbinzton by adding!! $:::.( .').- poison, cattoer carbuncles eatiap IOIIM
of
lMti4 tbe
fir over preceding persimmons Speaking of -kiJt. (1..0. to its endowment fund. This fxrofala
race : gift ecze A, itebug, namgn sod
. ,; ;1.:. The meeting; of tbe Republican national Of the whole: number 30
" year. percent he said be had Roosevelt skinned a was announced at a meeting of the bumps, ca9bv.. pimply tkia, bust pease,
committee at WashingtC\n result wenIlliterate.. The number
t ,. rejected t block." as he bad eight children whiletbe board of trustees held Dec. 10 catarrh, rbeamadcat. or WiT Wood or
V'. ed in the choice of Chicago at the was 13.UG4 It Is estimated that I kiD disease, L.ke Boi&AK Blood Bolas
bad five at home.Jeff
president only
place for the assembling of the next 310.a C. aliens! left the United States Nobel Prizes Awarded. ((B. B. B. I VAD! ah soy be&.0 acfca

,_ '.,. ,4 national convention of the party and durinc the year Mr Straus criticisesour also; said in the be ficht was always for the The ceremonies attending the distribution and pains fVn> aDd the hnxid ito ID8dt-

June 16 as the date. In the final s-hws- Lnmlpration! law rerardin; China underdog Referring to of tbe five Nobel prizes which pare and ricn. Dntarwt or by exprtatfl +

is down there were 02: votes for Chicaco calling: ; attention to the Chinese boycott tbe newspaper statement that he would are awarded annually took place in per large hide Nimpie free b, vnt1Q2 -
soon l+e feting from the bands of the Bkx Balm Co.. Atiaata G& B B
IS for Kansas! City and 4 for Inver and; stating that the Imports of Stockholm Sweden, Dec 10. The prize ,
This was regarded as a knock, for the American goals into China fell from trust magnates, he swore that be would for literature was, awarded to Rudyard B. is e pt uiliy &dvi: t-
' I Le"ere3t from the bands of Mammon stared c-t*, as it rart after... se tai *_
Taft boom as his friends had favoredi $<:".(-a 4{-i) In U.j3 to JjadtaKiO in ,'* Kipling that for physics to Professor

,', Kansas Citvt the frame time it 1.(1'i. a situation which be f'lYl.!! is i Albert A. Michelson -- -

't made known the fact that Cortelj N -safiuientlyunl.ng to challenge thi- j of the tnlversity I For Over Sixty Years

In absolute control of the organization. attention of legislators and statesmen:' I SCIENTIFIC I II of Chicago, v Mr- \\ :n 4o '6 VMKhi syrup :iaP

t,_ It developed that the southern members lie favors a change: in the immigration that for medicine *'+ 1 I I[been, i-e.i for over skit. roars by 'Ioi..Dfo
->f iTKtr>rrs for t ht-.r thikirea rehire tt'C.'t-
: > of the committee were still! clinging law not on the ground of commercial to Dr Lavaran of
I BeJPs Aercp'ane Flies : ITS:: *:th ftrfcaCb suoaees. b w other Mfr '
to the third term idea although Paris that forchemistry '
self interest, but on the higher! : ground !I '
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According tu rE'I''M'! fnaa Baddeck -' i. nrU the g lW. allss w'' pLL_
the rest of the members were dif'pos- to Professor
of to nation
duty a friendly
I C. B. the traht"'Jrai kite Cygnet. in c rri.d CVMC and tt the ben rear,; ; I
. to take tbe at his word thathe Edouard
president ,
ter'
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.. j i for d a'rrKT-- It will iviieve the .
Panama Issue Cut to *Z3.rJUO.TOO I vented by Professor Vesander Graham poI :
would not accept a nominal; If i; Bucbner of the I eCU&rer .
Bids to the an oant of $2C.(X_-,.(:M/ of Hell made a succe,.,;f l ascent on I immediate'lT oOMi I T. drae
i) .k were offered Cortelyou bO\\t'\"er.lc.d ; University uf &:r- caste :n errrr pan of the worid. I.*.rn 1
, the recent offering of l'aD3maana' Dec 6. Whair: it is intended to have f I!
been agreed upon by the southern men lin. In sddi'in to the rents a botut- Be wee aDd ass w>"
lo'n'i bate l 1't't'J accepted IIY Secretary1'ortelyou the kite or : ; .
aerop ane proi-eLed by a '
ail a second choice One story was the \'rize.. which Mrs Wnsiow's .uthing 'TQ&., asst;
at an average price of Iffau ; motor this motor hid not been ,., .
suj tsar k.n1.
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_ i 1- that they were u-mz the third termS mount: to SSNCMJea .naraniew. .t-
4, *, : blink cry ac: a Contlyoi \: every recipient -
from national banks whKh were in ;. ; mounted on a platform no-ting on thewaters ""t- : a :, .i "s-- f h
Tom Watson A.yiss Teddy. will l>tf green a d;;, 'u a and a g:3 jwwal :
, i p---ition to take out additional cirtujtuD of a small lake and was* taken
Tbe pence pr sae. w tudl1\as
Thomas E Watson cf Georgla wn at o-K-e It was thought that S, in tow by a steam laulch.S the ,
awarded at Cbr >'t.rf jL N..rw 1$ tit
y.
. ** the quest of the president recently :1.IJ.1 ;Le "J i'ereat rnrtificstus would Lot .I I speed of tbe launch increased the apparatus be :
e * cam away pith a pks-ant impTsfijuu ':.\("('?d Sir.{*.a

,t of tbe men Roo-evelt The (Geors: that;; the improvement justifies him iii !' soared to a considerable height carryI Teodoro Moneta of Italy and i.tu.s I For Xrfuitt sad Children.
Renault of France lr.IN1E'i:1l hasteen
:
.II, Populist toM the chief executive Just' l r.'lBi both the: new issues.cxtnsicn i I mz with It Lieutenant Thomas E.s i I-
what; he thought shout the abuse o! pn' iinent as a worker for leas The Kind You Have
1
of th: R:cmj Test. fridge of tbe mites state army. who Always Beeght
in Italy baring! tees president of :be
to t.-
the of federal Injunction
; power J at.t' to the I
was manipulate
Tie! T.r depart'jent has published -i aeroplane
fif't 'ntb universal > ""- ,- '
terfere with the of Hae peace o :! :;i Bears theSignturbOf
. F? courts as in the North proves-es Carolina ant _l'.t'.i order of the president rt'quir- I at will! and ,preserve its pore with apparent :Milan in September. r.....'G. chile! MrRenanit ,

:-ic: suerfield: o3icer to make each l eavj to the '
permanent delegate )
k es-: Alabama railroad caes AS to the I
CUITl'nCT.atHtn defended the issuance : v':;r !.r.\-e marches of three c..n'-1.. !j New Velcar.s Isle Chsrscs. France to The Hayi tribunal end TV,..

0. of' treasury notes by the govern '!'.; .tif..;,:s of D">t less than thirty | Ieaters will recall the discovery las resented iris i>,\;ntrv at the sov''OJW

.. ,. :o- ejh In bin order the presi- i July cf a new and "te..Jw hot voi IIPonfereice last summer.
. ; meet as opposed to the food of bank
,'.'::ta='s it is just as much the duty i i cackIsUiKf In the vicinity of Unabi ka
note; based upon the natIon's credit.Manhattan's Wine Growers FoTe n-Jeranco.
..r : raiuS'er* t.j pursue snob habits hy the rt"'enUutter Mc-Culloch in
:t.. Remove I At the .&n..pt>t .'M in 'ntaeti-,.
; President '
a= :M:, in:.!ntaiu a physical "ODlHioo | command .:f I. .>ueuaut U II i:cuudeii .
of New York has wl'b tbef..t. j' iiHtiins of the AiK :
:
4 Governor Hughes ?
fit foacme service as to cu'tivate i Lieutenant f ,:: den now reports of his: "
;. ordered the removal of John Abeam their ii'jad' for the! int"et.tnal! duties 'I second bit tu *hf enc three month .-iiIIJP Cr..waNk &aUOD rce

tl- u president of the borough of Manhattan of tin::' j'rofeH'!1GlI ," later The f'- nl; of steam had vanS : "t YOr setenteen ears of 'taIa lI l-
after a personal investigation nan wine a.d *eu brands of raan.paaie 0
,
:!fled Irvestisaton: Ordered i I-bt d. :tud one of tbe two leaks namMcCulkxl
of tbe cbarces preferred oa the I were ser\,,"d The f\.t1knltftJ; ...*
a \ :! At iLtr dirw';, ._>f the pre>'idt-ut J : !. :.2feet high h-d eut eljdia l.Jutj"ns
tIr ground of continuous maladininlstra were unanimously adopted by
.IY!'I;'; .J1Jrni : the
't association: "W1h-n-ai. the
tion and favoritism while absolving assistant secretary 0:, other peak: known as Perry wttb its grape
!. tbe accused ff per .'nal disK>aesty perpendicular wall standing In and vnne p>were la this tvuntrr art'dcrplc
I c" ':n:: err and lal-or. Herbert Kaossa grim
Abeam dismissal by getting a I interested in the pn' icrtK aota-
fought
",- : :i:u, '--\.mtnassner: of cc.n<*>**'itK>n-. ; silence aa !*;id:t' ne it tbe cave of of the I 1 l li lj
court Injunction staying the hands of n H> called temperancetion.
: qQft-
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: the td
deiwr rurred
and l tuine I.'t>W. niu-d State: ta f't'tk.Th out .
; the mayor. i lour t'.uinis.iuner, started for Guj; o lines of T1ttr.c1 bad been sf.jtenedby aud nbereav tbey teltere that
the t:-e of isbt j
at meat In tb'
. i Democrats to Meet at Denver. 5t.u.t\ ,. It<, 11 to tftizaTe tbe, a padil.g; of lava oust while the homes .11 di wine

The Democratic national committeelast labor editiNl- that pace and to. sand spit which connected the two part vase fur temperance It, i i .

week selected Denver as the \ determine w bother there is necessity, cf the island had attained the height all the IM hcense and j.n>bihtV.u law ,.
:
place and July 7 as the date for holdIng I for the presence of the United Stat r": of from twenty to a hundred feet At yt association i-as-ed. be it resolved that tbi I

the next national convention. The i troop recently ordered there at the request :1 intervals: while they kx.ked on It -,seacf wrdtelly: Invite the co

t- ditos of Louisville Chicago and SL I I of Governor t-j IOtks. Iota dust Jarred from C'ro'kfLi.b- operation and societies of teui>erfince orcsmiHtKwstoward ; ;: FRIEND: TO FRll \D.j .
seconding the effort
r bet Denver clearly t-r crasb
Paul
were urged : up downward;; to tbe beach
had the lead and was selected on the i ; for prmidme the sc HIL,; of wiuwtarate j The :
j; Write Matter Dete nnts: : B'aiis.Accord 1Y.ona tv\mtn.iA; ;.' o ,etv
&*- from the .
..' W, first ballot | CONGRESSIONAL t I :115to a took: rt-et-Tlty: issued cease and that we welcome general Ibj ..hf\r It. I pcIk.. halt: urea currd of ,:.Q;.:. '.r4cisltls

4. Greater Pittsburg Fact. : by l'r. Kdwarxlutbc : any by Chamttctfasa
a NJ> tzka. pvfester I lation which will bring atuQt the C s b Ltme3 y

The cities of Pittsbnrg and Allejthenv TilSrran Assails Cortelyou.! i i of reneral anatomy la Je-ersg as the right step In a temperance resalt I )J1n Bowe taiatw tdw ai else Al aakc ;t af

-Sf made tbeir formal entry into A resolution calling for an in estlgatioa -, i Medical college. It Is the white matte I movement that will wldwprvaj alai **&<: article it taaake nd stptsorrec: ..qt

... the lNnds of municipal un! y Dc. 9. of the recent pr&ceedisse of th, connecting the hemispheres of tie beneficial in its result* I a :ark-e j"irt d the cmhrai Vi1I1I" i.

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FxIDbY 'Dlx'EiffiF.R; 21 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR ( 3


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t A disastrous fire occurred In Lake
'OF.'VHWS City Women as Well as Men Blown Out to Sea. If Yon Read This '
Wednesday when the entire stockof .

1t( goods of the firm of Helvensten an I Are Made Miserable by special to the Chipley Banner from n[ win be to learn that the leading medical ",
: ? 4-- FAIR Fenholloway gives the following writers and teachers of all the several
FLORIDA Hayman and the Interior their store account -
?f 10 of schools of practice recommend, in the
Kidney Trouble. an almost fatal
fti t> were destroyed. The loss Is estimated accident which strongest terms possible each and every

.t" is Being Done Towards tire Development at $20,000with about $10,000 insur occurred on the coast of Taylor county ingredient entering into the composition ;
Thursday. November of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical '
28th. Discovery .
ance. Kidney trouble *
the .
< ; of the and lessens ambition Pennington Miss Hinton
-. ... .... The Spanish mackerel now bein; ; beauty vigor and catarrh of stomach "liver complaint "

*&L ., .- ..... A. branch of the Young Men's brought' Into .r :'l;J and cheerfulness soon Miss Hemmings all of this place reach- torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel i
Christian port from 'f. )
the channel a disappear when '
: are the kid- affections and all catarrhal
; ed their camp about diseases of \
; ", sundown from .
'i''t. '9t'fl, Association has been, organized in averaging very large one brought to neys are out of.order an whatever region name or nature. It is .
:.c ,> ",: <, Lake City. Wilson & Huddleston last or diseased. afternoon hunt. While the cook was also a specific remedy for all such chronic zf
; Saturday Kidney trouble has dressing their game they decided tory or long standing cases of catarrhal( affec-
;
:t : A storm of considerable severity did i tipping the beam at 8 1-2 pounds with r become so prevalent t a sail tions and their resultants as bronchial,. ;
as the
wind was just right. throat.and disease
}}: great damage to the shipping in PensaJJll. many others ranging In the same vicinity that it is not uncommonfor Accompanied by little Cleave Thomas tion)accompanied lung with severe(except coughs.consump It

cola harbor last Friday. ; of weight The average weight a child to be born Is not so good for acute colds and coughs,
#" of' Spanish f1 afflicted with weak kid- they sailed across the bay to a point bat for lingering, or chronic cases it Is
E't 'i' Captain Geo. A. Nash has been elect mackerel is from 2 to 3 I \ =- neys. If the child urinates and had started back when a storm especially efficacious in producing per-

E ed of pounds-Miami Metropolis. too often if the feet cures. It contains Black Cherrybark, -
mayor Ocala, defeating J. D. began to blow which
; drove them
far
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child Golden Seal root Bloodroot Stone root.
:. Robertson. The vote stood 165 to 141 At the December meeting of the reaches an age when it should be able to out to sea. Cried for help were heard Mandrake root and Queen's root-all of '

I'j John Brown the negro murderer of county commissioners of Volusia a reward control the passage it Is yet afflicted with by the crew of a passing fishing boat all which the are above highly mentioned praised affections as remedies by such for .

31 r. and Mrs. Johnson at their home in of $250 was offered for the arrestof the bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of who reached them just at the last moment minent medical writers and teachers as :
difficulty is
kidney trouble, and the first Prof.
the Bartholow
negro Henry Richardson who of/Tefferson Med. College -. '
Italia, Nassau county last April wa step should be towards the treatment of They reached their camp alter ; Prof. Hare./' the Univ. of Pa.; '

hanged in Fernandina Friday morning shot and killed Deputy Sheriff W. P. these important organs. This unpleasant many hours peril drenched through by Prof. Finley-firrTngwood, M. D., of Bennett -

the 13th. Edwards recently. The reward will trouble is due to a diseased condition of the the continued downpour or rain. Med. Cpllege. Chicago; Prof. John
kidneys and bladder They King M. IT of Cincinnati'; Prof. John e
and e
be paid for the not to a habit
The annual conference of the Methodist delivery to the sheriff most people suppose. as were immediately taken In charge by M. Scudde .1. p., of Cincinnati ; Prof.
1- Volusia Edwin MyTUJe. M. D., of Hahnemann .
county of the prisoner at Women their friends who '
Church in Florida opened in Tampa as well as men are made miserable succeeded in restor- Med. C0tfe3< Chicago and scores of
Thursday with any jail in the state of Florida. with kidney and bladder trouble ing them to consciousness and started otherVeatfaUjr eminent in their several y. a
morning a large attendance and both need the same ach practice. '
great remedy. for a,
of delegates from all parts of The orange situation shows but little The mild and the immediate effect of Fenholloway the next morning. h.. "Goldp Ala Y 3.1 nyc I'IVPrvthe' ;

the state. change for the better. The cool- Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold They are doing fairly well and it is v Po len p nut ir, T'T y 9 reJtTirs. IIIl I Iraewl.ti

. The board of trade of weather the past two weeks has don: by druggists in fifty- "/ hoped by their many friends that they 'ue or"W1I"like i PM n .nrnon thL. -wor has any x J

Daytona ha s much towards coloring the fruit and cent and one dollar ; ,,- will be able to resume their duties ina more'than any CT Ilea d+st : I J
-made arrangements with Dr. Clarence sizes. You may have a .... few I. 1\ "S! Open publicity ol its formula.
most of that now seems to show goo sample bottle by mail days. U i Ih f6esl .
,r B. Strouse to hold a chautauqua in < possible guaranty of its merits.
that color. The market is a little stronger free. also pamphlet tell- Home of SwaIIJ1)-RooL A glance at this published formula will
city the last of February or the ing all about it, TO MAKE EXPRESS show that "Golden Medical Di'CO'erT.contains *
but the demand Is yet slow. including many of the COMPANYPAY 4-
pretty Up
first of harmful habit-
March. thousands of testimonial letters received no poisonous or
.' I to Friday 32,162 boxes of fruit hail from sufferers cured. In LICENSE. forming drugs and no alcohol-chemically
Dr.
Fort Myers Is about 60,000 boxes behind writing Kilmer pure, triple-refined glycerine being used .
i been shipped from here this season. & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and (Miami Metropolis.) Instead. Glycerine is entirely unobjectionable .

last year in orange shipments up :This date last season 75,000 boxes hal mention this paper.Don't A case that and brides is a most useful agentin ;
to the present time. The quality of th' been promises considerable litration the cure of all stomach as well as bronchial !
fruit that has been shipped.-Wauchula Advocate. the make any mistake. hot remember I and a contest of the license laws ,throat and lung affections. There j
shipped Is
fully as name. Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's
is the medical for its 1
ii' good as last year. Late Wednesday evening Capt. Charley Boot, and the address, Bingbampton swamp-I .nd charter of the city appeared on the use in highest alFsuch cases. The authority Discovery"is

Thompson made an Important can-. on every bottle. I docket of the municipal court Friday a concentrated glyceric extract of native, t
The growers all report their straw medicinal roots and is safe and reliable. -
ture for his --- morning. It was that of the againstC.
new aquarium. While our. city
A booklet of extracts from eminent (
berry plants in fine condition. This In the bay he discovered a leopard, or Dade May Not Have Fair. F. Stubbs, agent here of the Southern. medical authorities, endorsing Its ingredients
four hundred thousand dollar : mailed free nest. Address I
crop will Express on rnq
Company
man eating shark in a struggle withan t Miami Metropolis.} charged with doing Dr. R V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. .
begin to mature in about ninety day:. ordinary shark. Quick arrangementswere business without a license.It i
Unless the Board of Trade
; -Bradford County Telegraph. or some
t that the
appears Southern
made to Express
the
capture
man eater other
organization
: give financial as
Charles G. Myers" for years a prominent and after a long and exciting struggle, sistance there will be no annual Dade Company refuses to pay the city license Building The Moill'aluable Books ever Stlof PnbUske Yacht and Boat-

;.i business man of Tallahassee, an it was finally caught and eventually County' Fair next March, as has been of $100 imposed upon the company -

i't insurance landed in the aquarium. It for doing business in Miami, on RUDDERHOW..TO '
agent and for some time a proved to tie:: custom for the past several
yearsThis
member of the city council has bee be thirteen feet in length and Is a fierce : was in substance the statementof the ground that the amount is in excess BOOKSOver 4 =

looking addition of that prescribed by the State law in
round guilty of forgery. Sentence bas! to the captain's interesting I
general Joeo boats have been built from the
.. manager and secretary E. \. lines
cities
_: not been announced. collection.-Miami News Record i of the population of Miami. The printed in thex books-Successfully sailed in
Blackman made to x.
a representative ot the every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
mount express company holds it is drawing; of all parts showing what it is and
s; Two government engineers, Mr.Lawc The Miami Metropolis of Wednesdaysays the Metropolis this morning. In support menable to pay was tendered the city how to nuke ItT CAt extremely simple.

rence Brett and Mr. E. Kerin of Wash : Yesterday was a banner day of his statement Mr. Blackmail: collector some time ago, but refused by HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50

Ington D. C. are in West Palm Beach with the kingfishermen and as a result said that the F. E. C. Railway Com him. The K foot mm nl boat Lurk,wy t..taild frame all b 0*
good .
company has since refused twerp; tmauf'.0.5 tor a bar to lean Ui bininm a.HOW .
t for the purpose of making %canal survey I between ten and twelve thousand pany or the land department of the to pay the sum of $100 and the arrest TO BUILD A SKIPJACK

to Lake Okeechobee. They will pounds of them went out from here same, promoting the fair is tired d of Mr. Stubbs as agent followed. ...*A flne MT boat Ha for*li aitcrnoo-iicw*f.coaling l wh-t or T.koorkinff r bull;(loop boat or cur fa
..
;,, tare six to eight men in their party last night and this morning to the rutting up practically all of the expense When the mg; lull p.aa. !pvtare of _pJ.'a..
.. case was called Mr. Stubbs HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
.. and are at present making their head northern and western markets. Each of giving the fair. They errs: asked for a continuance until Most somviifil nrinc rajrkme wr derim.ed a p,4.
January fam-r .
:-, quarters: at the Brig$/'s cottage.-Tropical and every boat and there are a large willing to do their full part and more 1, in order to have council for the com- 10 wm D in:U.AiM iu.A u aaiiAulraIU; .ay"to blid! |.u< t/ '

V Sun. number of them engaged in the king, nut will require assistance. Thiscompany HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
:2ny: to .
i present represent the company'svde Simple ixl pra.tit'Labowmq bow to '
contract IftaBcl
ft
The State Supreme Court has fishing business, made good catches, heretofore has. given the use of the issue. City Attorney Caner iiUturuevitftaa/iiMrfur. Se.eral.15.,."....

its rendered al! having in the neighborhood of one of the fair building free, transported also wanted time in which look HOW fin TO. .a BUILD...... l ..A KNOCKABOUTA
# decision in the $63,000 bond to "< rrnranc boat; good cabin; .....u..
hundred fish and exhibits free and subscribed Miicr; wit tde1stleaau..at.nHOWTO
some having two liberal
,,' case against the city of St. Petersburg over Into the law on the subject, and the BUILD A
hundred on board and being ti> the expense of the fair. SHOAL-DRAUGHT 8 LOO I1 ,
loaded
if: and sustaining the constitutionality of to continuance was granted. A eii+rr bate Miluijf bust,with .uderat..rhaag.aai .
their greatest capacity. The fish aver They are still willing to do this but IIIIaIir pia& 3 -i
the
; charter amendments. The opinion HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE: OR .
aged ten pounds in weight. Today the unless other funds are made available, SHARPIE (
:1'; was handed down by Judge Taylor and NEW YORK NEWSPAPER to be Eau,....to,tI.ao..IooW'Ladd.nthinR jtniicht;jmt the m.tUew ft bo] .4
,
fleet of boats: on the grounds are larger it will be impossible to hold the fair. very cheaply eitoer chop or cat rig I
was concurred in by all the others of HOW TO BUILD A MOtEL YACHT ,
; than usual every boatman engaged Mr. Blackman stated that the city A compIHe > Tipti tV
the bench. This means that the proposed PRINTS PRESCRIPTIONDirections at akiff ....ia iati*f nuxiela.PRICE ; -:cl
in the business being out and if the council will donate the sum of $200 Wf'' ..
L
$63,000 bond issue which
to
was i catches of yesterday are repeated tonight and that if the Board of Trade will do- $1. EACH ,
be made without .
submitting the .
.
in lion to the people Is illegal. que shipments-promise to be the largo tate a similar amount it will be possible to Prepare Simple, Yet Remarkable PMCPAIO mi EXPRESS ANYWMCNC
Bound in cloth Col
est in the history of the industry here. to hold the fair. J lettering-Size of pa g*
_
9 by il inche Large, Cicarlytinwn plans.
p." During Tuesday night a passing If he is given the assurance of this I Home MixtureA '{

freight train was partly derailed at the assistance he will take up at once the THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. f:
Exciting Times
well-know authority on rheumatism i MURRAY STRUT New YOIt.. U. S. A :
Lawtey depot, and one of the seven Quite matter with the original promoters of gives the readers an exciting episode occurrel # slalC'allzog.e of Books j
cars that left the track butted against here the fair, and believes that it is not too daily paper the following valuable, yet vachliman't Library. foe
Monday the
,
' only thing that bordered
:.f' the north end of the shed annex of the rte yet to hold the fair. simple and harmless prescription, which :,t
on a disturbance. Deputy Sheriffs any one can easily prepare at home. ,
---
', depot damaging it so badly that a --
ii. ." newshed Fluid
Extract
Allen and Hiers arrested an intoxicated Dandelion, ont'halfounce !
, : will have to be built-something Escaped Watery Grave. ; Compound Kargon
white man and were conveyinghim one ounce;
the citizens rejoice over, as the oM Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three
t.V VV to jail, when Deputy Sheriff R. M. The Miami Metropolis of Wednesdaysays oundes. The Sower Ass
structure has long been an eye sore. No
: Second Chance
? Miller appeared upon the scene with a Mix by shaking well in a bottle, and
The wreck occurred on the main track big revolver in hand and demanded the I As a result of their gas engine fail take a teas oonfiil after each meal and at GOIM seus orthc xar arst.ERIi make. the moat I

leaving the side-track open so that the lug to work it Ilt"Iltime.II .
lies
release or the prisoner which now on the bottom
they
, e states* that the i
traffic was not delayed.-Starke Tel of the ingredients ran lw VAS
t were compelled to do, as neither on* Atlantic ocean, the boat is a of'taine I from any good piwcriptionpharmacy
, .
egraph.A
had a gun, and Miller evidently meant wreck near the House of Refuge and at small cost, and, being of SEEDS 11

. large lemon is on exhibition at business. Tuesday morning a warrant two fishermen named Jaudon and Paddy vegetable extraction,are harmless: to take V
This tmvematesadSept Ferry's Seer l End.iiru .
.
pleasant mixture, if taken
Hefner & Wharton's. It is one of the was sworn out for Miller charging him fishing for H. Dale Miller, are the ularly for a few days, isi.1 to overcome rt-g 4 Uw lAfgrsl the wld-meat tell*.
Ferry's S.ed '
. largest seen in time. with obstructing victims of a most exciting and hazardous almost of Annual for 1908
some It is not an officer. Deputy any case: rheumatism The Mis,h-whulP Sod!StoryKent FBEE for

o perfectly round being of an oblong Sheriff Allen espied his man across experience. pam Hii t swelling" if any, liiiiini. '* the aakingg. lvnt ow-.l*till yon get a.'t
d with t'adlllol", until 0. M.FEUT &CO.Ou''''.Mrea.TRACE .
1 The trouble permanent result
shape. The greatest distance arouna the street from the Inverness Hotel started Sunday afte' obtained
are and without
I injuring the
1 it is nineteen inches, while measure! and slipping up on him with a double coon while the men were kingfishin. !"tolJladJ."flire there are many so-fall! ,

barrel shot-gun ordered him to throw off tie: House of Refuge. In quite a ed rheumatism rent-ulies, patent; ineili

1 registers I up his hands, which he did, and Hier& beat y sea their engine refused to wort cines few ,-"h"., some of which do give relief, 50 YEARS ; "

3. master Hanna has several trees at his disarmed him and he was marched off and they were fast l brim sent inshore ''I tin oboe really give will, no permanent ilouht, l- EXPERIENCE

home. The variety is known as the to jail and locked up. Upon his appearance and across the reef. They were fore riated by many viillVrerd/ here at thitime.

; Ponderosa. The tree has blooms and! before Judge deMuro he was hell ed to anchor or be dashed on the rocks !i .

to the The cable held for a while when : : Inquiry at th* Ilrn:! stores of flu, wtr'
fruit on its branches the entire year circuit court in the sum of $23') t !! net;:}hliorhnoil elicits the information that

The fruit exhibited at Hefner & Wharton's which bond he gave and was released parted and doom stared them in the'j i these dni;"' are harmler all.1all<< be

was picked from a twoyearoiltree.St. from custody. Miller's appointmentas face. There was no other anchor in 'luMJ,lit i-eparatelv. or the Ilrn'giot: her MARKS

Petersburg Independent.At a deputy sheriff was immediately the boat; nothing weighty but the en r \\illlllix the {-rei-<:nj'tioii for mr reader DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
if a ked I to.
revoked! by Sheriff Carter. The affai! glne and it was a seven horse po'.vei Ac.
the State -- Anrone ending sketch and dencriptinn ma
a meeting of Board of --- T
created considerable afair.: They had staut fishing linetunboting inloily asrertiun onr opinion free whether an
excitement
as a A bluff i is all ri Iit invention n probablr patentable.
Health held in Jacksonville Thursdayit ;: along m you ".111 Cominanicati -
tragedy was expected.-Inverne-,', and : the engine! from its base keep the lid on. ctrictlf ci>nfl : sent free.1.lest for
was decided to erect a suitable building / aifeucy securing patents. !
Chixmicle. they dumped it overboard and madeit rpm tits taken tbruuuh Menu it Co. receltt
to cost about $25,000. The board o/ notice, without charge, in the i
an anchor, making a cable of their Children'sfu.titt'tonic
public works of Jacksonville having Scientific Jlm ri\an.
; A Home Made Happy by Chamber.lain's baiting lines. White's i !! Crt'am't. rrlli.
:agreed to recommend to the city council This was in the afternoon fn "t', the curtf>r worm and I ali: children' A handsomelr Hlnstrated w.eklT. T.' rce t dr.caiat4 .
Cough and thednes
that the city deed to the state boar Remedy held eased I discs-r,. It not only kills the worms, buf, 'PRT:dubt! newsdeaien.Terms.VJ a I

of health a site for the location of the .\lx>nt two nlontllav our baby girl up by their hands toprevent remove-the mncu* and Mime in obistl.ey h MUNN CO. BroadwaJ, New York
had measles' which tftte! ,1 I on tiff lungsami their chafing in two, until oneo'clock : build their net-Is Its action tli
I on r braDCb Utfice._.C.
proposed building for the use of th-.' at \I\ rt-MiIUti in n .'t""t'It: attack of yesterday morning when they druid i is mil, and !h-.\\t''I' him i in a heathcondition. \ -- i

.' state board the board adopted a resolution ""roua'hiti"t' hail t"K .loofors hut n<> I I parted. The sea had abated b.. Joe Daniel l, ."nrnlI'. Teitnsavs :,
b to the effect that it is the sense relief was obtains! }.-ryb>Hly thoughtshe some i i that he gave one of his childre: KILL, THE COUGHAND -,
would: die. I eight that time and holding onto the boat White's ,
went to different Cream Vonnifiiiie when the \ .
: I : \ >n.thiHizht CURE THE LUNGS
of the board that such deed be accepted stores t<> find a certain reimtiy which hall I the two men went ashore near th? j it ha-l! coic! nerd from the tir t t

and the building proposed be erected been 'OlIIluel..l..l f> cur an.I failrd to House of Refuge in a fagged: and exhausted ; d,,'-- the child pai''t-CI l 73 wormS>ld hy

a. ,',. thereon. The site proposed and get it, when one of the stiTekeeper insisted hkinner l>rnttore: and Tituville Pha
condition. WITH IJr1
: that I t.-y Chainberhiin's youth i Yesterday aftertsba I mat')'. King'sNew

-, which is satisfactory to the state Kemt-dy I did K and our baby i if alive tiey were brought to the city by the 1

? was formerly located the city jail. This and well today,..Oeo ll'. :Sp.-nce, Holly I teat from the House of Refuge. Tcer :

; board of health, is the lot on which t'priiisrs X. 0. For sale by Dinner Drug: craft i is a total loss. .. HANDY MOTH PAPER Discovery !
store and Titnsville! Pharmacy.UAtt3Z'OI.A.e. I II
i'. lot is bounded by: Julia, Bloxham and I I
,1f ---- A moth destroyer anti
--- diiinfVctaiit. Pla"l
Cedar streets, and lies directly! across : .I Coiistipatiou causes: bexJai-hr. .nausea, diz I under carpets or in the reM l of fur anal rl.rth FOR CoUCH s 9100.
J:mer. lanaour.l heart l.xlpitati .uu. lrreai inj it dries Trial Batl free
Hogans creek from the Springfield Bear. the hare '1' Bii::;:a&itnro the bowels and in away moths: and worry TwelvsluiU AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG

. i, park at the foot of Second street iu Gl ct: h"- -: .iearrroustipativu.!I:.1.u'ttcareils lAoenI'.rr 21 cents.Fuirta; 3skyour ut ::t'utlya/lll drug- I' Six [-notch a packet 50 cents carriage ifclru;;;_prepaid doesn't 1')hav ttllb.it.1Uadij&U GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY TROUBLES. 3

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t ;- THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY DECEMBER 27. 1907 jJH'




_t< x .THE FLORIDA STAR I Senator Death S.of R.Senator Mallory Mallory died Monday THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA V

Entered at the poetoffice at Titosville as morning at the home of his nephew,
; second-class mail matter. % Dr. Mallory Kennedy/in Pensacola,

SUBSCRIPTION,S1.5O PER ANNUM with paralysis of the left side. He r--: Escaped the -Te ro s'

was stricken with paralysis Nov.20th,

Advertising. Application.Bate Furnished on and rallied only to sink rapidly. I Many Winters By

., Senator Mallory was born November wv\

Ellis 8.Wager, Rdltorand PmblUher. 2, 1848. He entered the Confed- I I"i\ .\ Peru-n a
Using
::: .
: :;:: :
: : : ': f.:':: '':: .
erate in Virginia in the fall of : := :;"", _
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, army :::::: ; : ::N:tff I
PUBLISHED
\ 1864, and In the spring of 1865 was ;; "T ; TN speaking of his good health and

Down in Tampa a few days ago a appointed a midshipman in the Con- i : 'if JL extreme old age,Mr.Brock says:
the worldas
"After has lived In
entered
t prisoner confined in the county jail federate navy. He George- long as I have, he ought to have
town.college, District of Columbia,
robbed that institution and then found out a great many things by ex-
escaped with the booty. Tampa in 1869. .Jbvri% IAt drib perience. I think I have don to.

He taught a class at Georgetown rx + Old tl One of the things 1 have found
ought to wake up or first thing they Extreme I
college until July, 1871. He was ad- \\f out to my entire satisfaction Is the :
know some one will walk off with for ailments that
mitted to the bar by the supreme > A g the Use proper thing
their candidate for the U. S. senate.Iff court of Louisiana at New Orleans, j are due directly to the effects of p

.f - 4 ,. ., ::f 1ofPeruna"1': :"" the climate. For 118 years I have
& in 1873. Y "* '"" withstood the changeable climate.
Live Oak is to have a candidates In 1874 he removed to Pensacolaand :;;4iN.i .
of the United States.
.r
: out convention Jan. 11th. law. In 1876
coming began practicing
5 "I have always been a very healthyman
S From the way they are coming out he was elected a member of the lower : ,but, of course, subject to the affections -

up there a lot of them ought to bes. house of the Florida legislature. In which are due to sudden

..". "out" by that time.' If they do all 1880 he was elected to the Florida :1:1i changes for in the Dr.climate tfartman's and temperature."As remedy,. _

Jay: come out it might be well to have a state senate and was reelected. i Peruna, I have found It to be the

"hanging-tip" convention a little laJter the same position in 1884. best, If not the only reliable rem-
He elected to the fiftysecond -
on to simplify the political situation was edy for these affections. It has
and fifty-third congresses from been standby for many years
to my
2 little. A marked contrast
& a the first district of Florida and was i and I attribute my good health
Brevard, where as yet there is nota elected to the United States senate f'fl and extreme old age to this rem

ripple upon the political sea. by the legislature of Florida for the edy.

term beginning March 4, 1897, to "It exactly meets all my require
from the evil effects -
ments. It me
protects
a, The New York Tribune says: "No which position he was re-elected in :: of sudden changes; it gives me

t s American ever thinks of inquiring 1903, without opposition. In June, .::::::<1 strength: it keeps my blood In good cir

whether the bulk of Japan's navy is 1904, he received the degree of doc- culation. I have come to rely upon it

on the eastern or the western coast tor of laws from the Georgetown uni almost entirely for the many little
things for which I need medicine.
of that empire or whether it is cruis-! versity. ;. "i "When epidemics of la grippe first
Senator Mallory was a member of 1 make their in this
; ing in the direction of Formosa or began to appearance
the senate committees on commerce, country I was a sufferer from this dis
} Saghalien. So the Japanese recognize
fisheries,naval affairs, Pacific islands ease.
C' the perfect right of America to and Porto Rico, patents, public "/had several long sieges with
: send its fleet into any part of American health and national quarantine and the grip. At first I did not know

'*> waters and to make its chief ren-! the revision of the laws of the United H.; that Peruna was a remedy for .
When I heard that
this disease.
dezvous either at the Golden Gate or States.
la grippe was epidemic catarrh,
----
Hampton Roads. for la grippe and
RAILWAY KNIGHTS KEY I tried Peruna
: ----- _.--- found It to be Just the thing.'*

We are happy to state, says the Only Four Hours By Steamer from I' In a later letter, Mr. Brock writes:
"I am well and feeling as well as I
Bartow Record, that from every di- West be with-
There to Key have for years. I would not
rection the news comes to us that the x y o. out Perun"
Within another week or ten days at
wave is for Stockton for governor. the outside, trains will be running Mr. Isaac Brock, 118 Years Old Last Birthday. Yours truly/9., A

Where we have been we hear only across the immense concrete viaductat BROCK citizen of McLennan {
'y his name mentioned in connection. Long Key and thence across the ISAAC ,Texas,has lived for 113 years.I Born before the United States ] UA i

c # with the race for that office. Feel- keys to Knights Key, from which the For many years miles he resided west of Waco at Bosque but I were Saw22 formed.presidents elected. letter dated July S, 1906,written forMr.
Falls,eighteen
him Brock by his wife Sarah J. Brock
( ing a great interest in his success, it P.'& 0. S.S. Co.expects to begin operating now lives with bin son-in-law at Valley from Pe-ru-nn all sudden has changes.protected \! state:

gratifies us very much to hear such its Key West and Havana Mills,Texas. Veteran of four wars. Last winter 1 had Just gottenup
' E, from Polk. Stocktonthe steamers early in next month, con- Some time ago, by request, Uncle f Shod a horse when 99 years 1' out of a spell of sickness, when
;* pleasant news Isaac came to Waco and sat for his
F from the mainland being / commenced taking Peruna. /
nections old.Always
stand his hand stick with
Democrat-who can every picture, holding! in a- conquered the grip
made by rail. from the of General Andrew Pe-ru-na. think it improved my health very
friend of the cut grave
is true
i test, a people "
In land suit at the
\
Witness
much.
The last arch in this gigantic un- Jackson. age
and when he becomes governor, Mr. Brock is a dignified oM gentleman of tlO years.Believes I In .postscriptMn. Brock adds: "IT*
last week
dertaking was completed I Peruna the greatest letters
inquiring
receives a great
many
be
few of decrepitude.
Florida will have just cause to ,sho-wing signs '
r and now a force of men are hustling Bible is still preserved, remedy of the age for catarrhal about what Peruna will do. I do not
': proud of her chief executive. with all their might and skill the laying and His it family shows that the date of his birth troubles. answer them all, as .I" think they can
was written 118 years ago. __. ...-..-. ,_ .get a bottle and try itI
: of the track across the viaduct.

! The iron and steel business is among The completion of the arch was madean I Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908 ,

.:. the first to feel depression in busi- occasion for a demonstration, dynamite -

ness, and it is among the first to show was fired off, revolvers shot Under the White Tents

signs of recovery when better times and a sort of jollification indulged by I p;
i. Thousands of artistic posters and other
H* are at hand. It is a fact of courser both engineers and laborers as the : attractive advertising literature throughout D

that there has been a very considerable task means much to them in that it this section of the country, make I THE MAPE8R

J falling off in steel and iron pro- has been said by some that the via- the long anticipated and happy announce a
duct could not be built, and becauseof ment that the Sun Brothers' famous
ducts since the October panic in Newt
the thousand and one obstacles shows will exhibit in Titusille on the af-
York and the next reports of the that had beset and confronted them ternoon and evening Monday, Dec. FERTILIZERS. i b

steel companies will show this, but from the very beginning of the work. 30th. This year every department of

e .. ii, it isn't believed that there is a per- All remaining now for the comple- this already big amusement carnival has a

: iod of hard times in sight so far as tion of the viaduct are the finishing been enormously augmented. The num- Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see
ber of performers employed doubles that from the reports there made what good results :
. the iron and steel business is con- touches and these can be put on at D d
of last season and the programme is now R were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this
J. .', cerned. The report is that there are leisure. Experts pronounce the viaduct one of an ultra-meritorious character. ... year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It conk -

.: : indications that after the first of the as strong as steel, iron, cement There is not an act presented in the entire -j! k; tains lots of valuadte information. Apply to (,

, year there will be a marked increase and wood can make and practically performance to cause the faintest''' E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
in that business. While the number imles;tructable. Its construction isconsidered semblance of a blush to the cheek of the' i Jos. Paxton "
an engineering feat that most fastidious. The Sun Brothers'; Rockledge
:. of orders will be increased after the i a "
J. M. Sanders CocoaA.
will occupy a prominent place in past Sho\\sha\e always been the acme ofj ,
.. first of the year. and present: hazardous railroad con- chasten s*. In the mammoth zoological J T. Patillo, Osteen

struction. department are exhibited typical J D S. Bergmann, Merritt
r" W. J. Bryan Appointed Senator sped'I'I
" Betvveen here and Long Key, or I mens of every species of animal
t. V" : .: tant. A tour of this ortoJ. R. TYSEN Jacksonville
peerless depart-
.. Ii..', W. S.Norwood received a telegrams that portion of the road in the keys, !: 4 Dt
r ment is of vastly more educational value j I .
"" yesterday from W.J. Bryan, of Jack- a large force of men are engaged than a trip through many of America's
,. that Governor Brow- lining up and putting the track in |
sonville,stating best known zoological gardens. 'Music I

t,: and had appointed Mr. Bryan to be first class condition, preparatory to is the sunshine of the soul," this poetic '!
running passenger trains through to quotation has been borne in mind by the \i r-."':-'-,.:"ITi""r"t"r'.""':-.-'f't"("'" r-('" "--1
4 United States senator, vice Stephen with the -.r..a..a.-.. sran.----a.......___ --.II'
Knights Key, inauguration management, and the musical portion of "
I R. Mallory, deceased, for the balance'I of the steamship sailings from that the programme has not been neglected t1 Mail Orders for [j

a of the term expiring March 4,1909. 'I place some time next month.It A fine concert band of twenty men with
w is said that Mr. Flagler will be four special soloists will give concertsone ,
1
- Mr. Brjanis a prominent young
t [
in the first party and on the first hour previous to the beginning of CHRISTMAS GOODS
.,t attorney, only 31 years of age, and the regular "big show" entertainmentand I
train that is taken across the viaductat
of
now holds the position county so- this* same organization will also render tJ t
Long Key and on to the keys be-
'' licitor for Duval county. He was the harmony for the regular per- :
'" born in Orange county, Florida, Oct. low, he coming down from St. Augustine formances. As an introduction to the f1 are given special attention by
1
10, 1876. He is the son of John M. for that express purpose good things to be offered at the afternoon [

.! Bryan, who served fourteen wars as ; when trip to the be engineers made. are ready for the I and evening performances in Ti- i THE H. & W B. DREW CO. hti

state senator and afterwards as a tusville, a series of magnificent free ex- I IH
:* hibitions will be given on the showgunds JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
railroad
the
of No.3
member state como The Magic
: mission. Number three is wonderful ma"t'Ot at 11:30 a. m. These free outdoor who carry a large and varied stock embracing t
fetes will be worth and
.. for(ho,11. Pirn,of Cellar Cirine, Me., witnessing
Mr. Brjanas a graduate of Em- according: to a letter which! rends: ",%f. will include aerialistic "thrillers," novel U Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods '
t and Washington and Lee comedy acts, band concerts, daylight )
oJy college ter MinVnnjr! ranch with liter and i kidney [
fireworks, etc. The Messrs. Sun cordially -
. university, beginning the practice of trouble, and t>t>comingirratlvdiMt! >urazedby invite the public to come and see t Gift Books. Pictures, Leather Goods 3
the failure find relief, I tried Elec-
after his graduation at to these brilliant free spectacles, even if )
law directly
I Bitter and result I am a well
, tric as a 1 Express ["j
Wagons
they cannot attend the performance."Had 'Rocking Horses
4 the university.Mr. I man today. The first bottle relieved and
.
announced candidacy thrte U>ttlt's completed the cure." Guar I
.Bryan dyspt-I"'ia or indirection for tJ
years Velocipedes Fireworks
stomach, liver
for
arteed bet on earth [
about no appetite and what I did tatdi-trosed me :
for the U. S. senatorship two and kidney troubles by "l tl1'il1e Pharmacy terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me." .r-"' ,. -.. .
months ago. and Banner Drug Store 50c. -J. II. Walker,Sunbury. Ohio. ..1-0 .: -- r--: -.r'l.-'.'" -r II'i'1. .


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: ,., '--T: CONFERENCE_ ); I Probable Investigation of Trust MONDAY DECEMBER 30 wwwwwvawwwiiww r

'1-(;'' T The so called naval stores trust, -

tt tf1M- :Senatorial especially with reference to the market
t l t Situation -
.f.: .. ",,, at'Titusville.Fla. *
--.t -> ; !-Lot' '1" ] \
*-,;#:.4'> ridwin oninJicksonitlle at Savannah and Jacksonville, and HARDWARE I 'i
[ Al
-",'- -''''''' ....- # the alleged combination of cotton ,
S": Did you hear the result of the lit- bidders to manipulate and control Giant Reflex of Creations Climax Marveh \' I

:t.\t ja ttej conference at the Aragon last the price of cotton, will be investi- 1

Ta iday night?" asked the Wise One, gated by the government if the resolution That Georgia Institutionthe t':

: who always hears the political: rumor introduced by :Mr.'Edwards, Exhibition of Quality Jas..Pritchard& Son : h. .

l a,and who gets on to all the inside in- of the first district, is passed by congress '
. : %$fortnation.says the Times-Union. SUN BROTHERS' Handle the FinestLines of ;

<:i.:: '"NoT' Well, I will tell you. The He proposes to urge the considera- :
r c news that Senator Mallory would not tion of the resolution immediatelyafter ..World's Progressive Shows. Heavy and Shelf Hardware "

1"a candidate to succeed himself had the holidays, and has the assur- .

\ not been received but a few hours ance of Support! from many sources.It .

t before the conference took place. has been charged that the naval Our Stock of

,i t; Gov.Napoleon B.Broward was there, stores of the country are controlledby "

.- Candidate.John N.C., Stockton was a trust, and that the price of tur- Guns arid Sporting Goods

fir there, Candidate R.Hudson Burr was pentine'and bi-products are fixed by (
f:{. there Candidate William J. Bryan the combination to the material loss is complete at all times
> .
was there, Legal Advisor John Mur- of people interested in the produc- t -" .

f'"' cloth Barrs was there and Brother tion.The

Nat was there. same charge, in substance, is Paints and Oils of Qualityone

t "Who is Brother Nat? Wily, Brother made against cotton buyers, whom, "'

rt Nat is Candidate William J's. it is alleged, have entered into a poolor pf our Specialties A A.Iii

brother., He is the power behind the agreement, whereby the prices are
r throne and his advice is heeded far manipulated and controlled. ., ,

more than that of the professionallegal Edwards' resolution calls upon the Winter Quarters and Home Office: Quotations for large or small orders will "i

advisor. department of commerce and laborto Central City Park, Macon, GeorgiaIt be given personal attention. Mail Orders f

'The.news from Pensacola was the institute an investigation, and if T solicited and promptly filled

v cause of the conference and unless I facts warrant the allegations to turn is in every sense-size, quality and

i am badly mistaken there will be some the evidence over to the departmentof variety-a Great Show TITUSV1LLE, FLORIDA : ,

1 changes in the political slate that has justice for criminal prosecutions.
100 Brand New Slinter Features
; been fixed up.
"1 understand that it has been EXPOSITION OPENING 100 Finest Bred Horses Exhibited .

agreed that in the event of Congressman Florida Mid-Winter Fair Starts 50 Performers, Male and Female ---- ---- -------- --

Sparkman announcing his can- Up January 15th, 1908 25 Diminutive Shetland Ponies

", didacy as a successor to Senator Mallory The most notable event in the his- 30 Illustrious Musicians IS IT FAIR ?

Candidate William J., of Jack- tory of Florida, since the time of the

? sonville, will withdraw and the great Sub-Tropical exposition, will be the Whole droves and troupes of marvelously -

Napoleon I, of Jacksonville be- 'opening of the Florida Mid-Winter educated To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods

come a candidate for the senatorship. International exposition in Jackson- Elephants Ponies Dogs and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie or a P
"But Candidate William J., of few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you ...
ville, Fla., tm the night of January carload of lumber to .
want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a I
Jacksonville, must be kept before the Horses Lions Bears
15th, 1908. On that occasion Gov. send off for it? ,
people and if Napoleon I, of Jack-
Broward and staff will be present.A .
sonville, enters the senatorial lists, of addressof Monkeys and Birds When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is 4
program consisting an from home and 3
wanted, do you send to those merchants away
Candidate William J. of Jacksonville
congratulation, sent by wire, from International Congress of ask for it? If not, WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more 1.1
will enter tjje congressional candi- President Roosevelt, and addressesby for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant r

dacy arena and endeavor to wrest Mayor Sebring and other gentlemen CLOWNS and PANTOMIMISTS helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause.

;;& the nomination for congress from the of the board of trade of Jacksonville -

:Congressman and concluding with a ren- I i 2 Complete Perfarmances i TIME IS MONEY. }
Frank Clark. BOBBINS
dition of an exposition march, com-
e' "It was also agreed that the hon- posed for the occasion by Sousa, the Daily : 2 and 8 p. m.

orable chairman of the railroad com- band king, will be rendered. -- & GRAHAM

mission will have to be satisfied to With the first ringing the chimes, Doors Open 1 Hour Earlier co.,

hang on to that little job for a while which will be placed for the occasionon (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $:5,000.00

longer, for it was decreed that the the big stage, the director generalwill At 11 m. on the show
FREE trf
Hon.John N. C., also of Jacksonville, formally declare the expositionopen groundsa a plethora of free This company owns landsin .
worth the Indian River Coun-
r.u exhibitions, walking
would be' the logical successor of Na- and there will be a general re- miles to see. try,on the :fct.Lncie River,
poleon I,of Jacksonville, provided he joicing. All the exhibits will be at New River, and on Biscayne 1 .

finished paving streets in time to formally opened for the occasion, Come Early1AlIFreeDontMissltFielding's Bay. f.

make the race. and it is expected that there will be J PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES I f.I ,

i "The news that has come from no delay whatever in this big event.
z Washington to the effect that Hon. The exhibits will comprise displays Pugilistic Record Send for land list. t.

William B. Lamar wants to go up of goods from many foreign coun- Joe Fielding, the famous pugilist, 4[OFFICES AT . This is just as true in regard to Sewing 'j

higher, politically, has not disturbedthe tries, including a magnificent Japa- won the champion belt of England Machines as anything else. *
Jacksonville contingent, for they nese exhibit, automobile and motor March 29th, 1889. Fielding was pre- TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. By using Long Shuttle Machines, matter '
how nell made tbrowiog
are actually
it out that Jacksonville must sented with the Scotch champion belt you 'f'
reason boat displays, general merchandise, away 3 hums oat of every seven. '
have the senatorship, and that Na- and a number of splendid and well in 1887. Since he has been in Amer- EAST COAST MEAT MARKET TilE STAMnBD ROTARY SHUTTLE

poleon I, of Jacksonville, is the only arranged contributions of productsof ica he has 'defeated all comers with SEWING \CI1ISE
G. F.DUBtl,Agent,
man they have strong enough to en- the soil and workshops from coun- Muldoon and Kilrain's combination.He Will make 350 htitches in the same time Long j

ter and have a ghost of a showing ties in the state of Florida. also stood four rounds on two different Shuttle The Standard Machines Rotary' make only Principal 200 is most sci

against Congressman Sparkman." Some of the attractions that will occasions with the championof Florida and entifleallycorrect, which fact has been provenby
all of the
25 successful use in parU
But all of this talk of the Wise be seen at the exposition will the world, Bob Fitzsimmons. Joe world years and by our competitors continuously

One, it will be seen, is contingent up- be the Bostock great animal arena has boxed Jack Dempsey and Tommy 1- WesternMeats ST\ND4RI trying to copy GRAND without ROTARY.success. THE THE t

on Congressman Sparkman becoming the Coney Island infant incubator, Ryan. Fielding knocked out Geo. \\OKLDSBLSTSE\\INO MACHINE is two

3 a candidate to succeed Senator Mal- the Johnstown flood, Cagney minia- La Blanche (the marine) in New ; ) machines-arin:8t.&nd-8traight in one-Lrxkand Automatic Chain Stitch Lift. i.
t i
}. lory. ture railroad Travers' circular Orleans and fought Andy Bowen for Do not fail to investigate the merits of the

} Congressman Sparkman has not swing, the Ingersoll, figure eight, the $12,000, Bowen being later killed in \N.// of all Kinds. most Fastest durable,Most !Silent Sewing Latest: Machine Running made and THE the ,I /
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yet announced, and it is not likely royal Berlin educated flea circus, the ring by Kid Lavigne. Joe fielding's _____ revelation TA IURRT.\RY." writeforpriersaudEasy-\ demonstration I'ay'f is J

that he will do so until he returns to :Seminole village, Eskimo villagerDanner's latest encounter was the van- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA mf-nt Plan Guaraitetd Sewing Machines 1 -
quishing of Andy Freedlund in Mi- f 12.do up I _
the Christmas recess
during
Tampa picture show, and many The Standard Vw inz Machine Co.,
of congress.In others. Among the free acts will be ami,Fla., for the state championship. 0. A. STEWART 58 S. Broad Sttlanta, la.

response to telegrams sent to airships, balloon flights, aeroplaneson Fielding will give a scientific ath- The Standard Sewing Machineis .

him from this city, asking him to announce exhibit, motor boat races, live letic exhibition at the opera house, sold by the Indian River I '
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for the senate, Mr. Sparkmanhas stock shows, baby coach parade,floral Titusulle, Dec.2Sth. FIRE Music House, Titusville

J made no reply other than that he parade, Hardy, the high wire walker, Weekly Weather Report.
will be in Tampa in a few days and of America and (
called the Blondin JUPITER, Fn, D -c. 24 1907. Insurance Spend a Pleasant
will discuss the subject with his many others to be announced later. Comparative statement of temperaturesand
friends. Sousa and his band will give a con- rainfall for the- week ending TuesdayDVTE. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI Half l Hounloekh

How the entrance of Mr. Lamar cert on January 19th, afternoon and .190; :WIS. HX.1Mtfi ns.
will effect Mr. Sparkman's chances is night. Many other attractions of a Dec !" 79 56 79 62f
It be that an will be and heard. 19. 72 :9 7 8 represent some of the leading r
problematical. may I similar nature seen ** '3. 7'S M iJ 7o
arrangement has been made at Wash- .. 21. 7 9 73 73 5. companies of the world and any I t.
:<. 73 6S :.0
22.
}Deafne Cannot Be Cared
ington \\herebyMr. Sparkman will 3:1. 7S Eli )6 31 business entrusted to me will receive -
the By local applications they cannot reach the 21. 7.3 33 -110 CO
not his fellow member of of the fhere is only
oppose diseased portion ear. one Total nnlall for tine -k .3! indies prompt andcaref attention
house. way to cure deafness,and that is In con titn Departure rainfall for the \\l.'J. minus .(ti
tional remedies. Deafness is canned hv an inflamed -
The candidates for the senate now condition: of the mucous lining of the inchf I
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus
: John S. Beard, Dun- eustachian tube. When ttmtube-M-smflamed .((0 inches i: over the HENRY BOSCH COMP -
announced are have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing :J) IIARnta.Official D WALL PAPER AmP_ at Far
you H. P. I\<
can U. Fletcher, T. J. L. Brown, and when it is entirely closed deafness is in Charge. ow' Btiitbcg comfortably. tm year J
.a efeftirl Ton k better MfcrUtmUt
f'\'tultand unless the inflammation betaken M7 can B) a
the .
W. B.Lamar, William Bryan,A.0. out and this tube restored to its normal BU132TS BEtas SICCSED: way than by ransacking tb..t.r.eY.s .
and will be destroyed forever About DigestionIt SPECIAL OFFER: ... UM whole ha.-UM u" btwtdecSffM
Wright, Messrs. Bryan, Fletcher condition, hearing ; '
loveliest data and rickc
-th
nine cases ont of ten are caused by catarrh S* not tin quantity of fool taken hut M" .. irrid Stu 11..1..._ J.trial wm .
Jacksonville. imported
ioeludiCK pattBia.
color
from
Wright being all which is nothing but an inflamed condition of make ysr our tkrmnent cutomer.:
the amount digested and nnilatrd: that Everything good in waS MPn fe tk*

How Diptheria is Contracted the case We mucous of will deafness give surfaces.One(caused Hundred b/catarrh Dollars'for) that cannot any gives strength@and Stomach vitality and to Liver the I''ftt'm.ChllItwrlain' tablets. U PrfreCoiectlan the.t.a.nvs..rt.C flnrit Tar ll>.7.Balb.pVn 1.,11 Cure. Send for the stomaiii and liver and enable .ACUiTELD TO l'UA-E. New York-Oicaro rnc
Catarrh
r One often hears the expression, "My : be cared by Hall's invigorate Win call with Box&raptM-
R them Tform their functions. The Write tc-day: A'nt/n th5 P4per. t
which developed circulars, free to |* any k or ey tie IIUM. Last
Y, : child caught a severe cold F. J. CHENEY & 00.,Toledo,0. resnlt: is a relish fir your food, in<:reasedstrength them .ver te roar tuarf_
into diptheria," when the truth was J&'Sold by russets: J5c. and weight: greater enduranceand SEND 10 CENTS Ufit-not the taut cbllratJo t*
... advs.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. toeG'" iu?+Mi4rclicr and we- this.aI..le bar. :JWwW.rp
left the little one head. Price 25 cent For .
that the cold had simply a char ,,Hectic. of +itt iaIJ. Irfctber with I fiats[ .
More and Titusville Imtrwtlre. U al>lia t-rri aa4 Pint BZ.tr
sale bv Banner Drug L
particularly susceptible to the wandering Don't let the baby suffer from eczema, sores tall all aIx.o.h..li*.t nrMiet el s..Cti PUati,rte:
When Chamberlain's itching of the skin Dnau's Ointment Plurmacj. H. W C-'U !Sis BUCIIEE STREE%
diptheria perm. or any n. OUW58C: KocxrozD.
Y. W. ELDREDThe
cures gives instant relief cures quickly. Perfectlysafe CA.S.L"OD.XA.
Remedy is given it quickly sell it.
Cough for children.11 druggists:
the cold and }lessens the danger of dip- Bean tb. ;Ca Kind You Hala tlwa>s Bu lit
theria or any other germ disease beingcontracted. \TED-Second hand bags and burlap: Bianatareof Y d-.J-- Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
Banner Drug kind quantity anywhere: we pay ,
For Bale by any ;any .
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Store and TituoriUe Pharmacy. freight RICHMOND BAG OORichmond\ C3 ,

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6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY. ,-DECEMBER 27. 1907 I
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!Y Pineapples have truly been a drugon The Unfortunate A. C. L.

: : BEST FOR THEBOWELS the market of late and no amountof The St. Petersburg Independent of {

persuasion by the salesmen or distributors Wednesday says:

:iJ seems equal to the task of J. G. Kirkland division passenger tftlcltlbox '

making sales. The dealers simply agent of Tampa and E. M. of :
'... If jroa haren't a ncalar.Wealthy morement of the North bontShiver .
: bowel*every dqyen're Ulorwlllbe. Keepyonr.raweU don't want them and from present appearances the Atlantic Coast Line
open,and be well. Force,ia the shape of passenger department _
violent physic or pUl polton,li dangerovt. The the outlook for cleaning up Savannah were in the city r
emootheet,easiest,moat perfect way of: keeping ,
the bow.U elemi and elean li to take the accumulation now on the market today en route to Tampa from the '

'' CANDYCATHARTIC before the holidays is not bright. scene of the wreck of through passenger 4

FlQrida has been shipping quite train No. 37 at Center Hill on Tues
heavily and there are several hundred 0
day night. The wreck was cleared
boxes coming from Cuba each week.It .
; : yesterday and trains are getting OJlcYt.. tlt>,
is a common sight to see withered through all right. Just scratch a match-light ou'

pines all along the street, and the owners i I Previous to the derailment a fallen the Perfection Oil Heater- o \ .

'. r are generally willing to take almost tree swiped the side of the train and
any price for their goods. Sales every window of the day coaches buffet and stop shivering. \Vher'I.
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EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY were made during the week anywher and sleepers was smashed In and ever you have a loom that'shard '
tt, Pleasant Palatable Potent. Taste Good, Do from $1 to $2.25 heat-that the fur
Good Never Sir i en.Weaken or Gripe; 10.SS and per crate. yet no one was injured by the flying to
M cents per box. Write for free sample,and book. ,.
thereyou'll
-3+_ r let oa health. Addreu 431Sfcrftaf glass as it happened when most of the nace doesn't reach-
._ Remedy Company. Chicago or New Tortu Catching a Porpoise.A curtains were drawn. The cars returned need aPERFECTION '

IEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN porpoise can and will jump. This from this place to Jacksonvillethis

.. .y a well established fact but Capt morning and looked as if they hal
t: MUCH ACTIVITY IS SHOWN Oil Heater
NOT Charles Thompson who has established been "out for a night of it" with the

IN THE BIG MARKET. an interesting aquarium on the boys. ,
,,' (Equipped with Smokeless Device) r ..
Boulevard front off the Royal Palm The wreck at Center Hill was cause I
Shippers Fared Farely Well and the Hotel had it fully demonstrated to by a waterspout which carried immense Just the thing for blizzard time or between seasons. Its genial

t Receipts in All Lines Continued him this morning. Not only this but quantities of sand over the roa.i glowing heat makes any room cheerful and cczy. No smoke-

y} Very Heavy. Capt. Thompson a good portion of Saturday bed. The engineer could not distinguish smell-smokeless device prevents. Brass
I
The New York Packer of Saturday all that night and to a late hour the sand from the rays of the holds 4 quarts of o3 burning 9 hours. r -
I and nickel heater warranted.
in Every
has the following to say concerning yesterday morning passed through one headlight and ran onto it. The engine japan

y r quotations on the Florida products on of the most exciting experiences nat took to the ties and was followed b) Gives restful, :
(
the New York market: could come to man in capturing and the baggage and mail cars which were RybsLamp steadysoftiiight

; The market on Florida products bringing to captivity one of these monsters badly piled up on either side of the is so much appreciated by workers and

f might have-been a trifle stronger this of the deep. track.It i' Made of brass nickel plated with the .

1. week than last but there Is still no Early Saturday morning Capt was marvelous that none of the improved central draft burner. Every lamp

great activity to be noted. The supplies Thompson went down the bay in his passengers were hurt, and that no one nted. Write our nearest agency for de- }

however are only moderate and dory launch armed with harpoon and was killed. If the same accident had circular if your dealer cannot supply i.

:.: considering everything, shippers fared the necessary tackle to capture a por happened in the north where the roadbeds Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp. t.

about as well on this market as else poise. At Bear's Cut he found and are of hard clay the casualties Standard Oil Company 1\

where. Many are of the opinion that succeeded in harpooning one of the would have been many. (Incorporated) t

next week will' see trading stimulated swift and powerful fish measuring

at least a little. I about twelve feet in length and thefight _

.I The tomato offerings have been ratter :i was on. Instead t>f putting to I r MISCELLANEOUS''

light and they probably fared as sea the monster with several hundred

\ well as anything now coming. A great feet of cotton sash cord as a Una ana Death of Mrs. Taft. dp'Aldrinet"

many show greenness and have to bah the harpoon firmly imbedded In Its Mrs. Louisa XI. Taft mother of the

; .., ripened. They sold anywhere from till came into the bay towing the secretary of war, died at her home InllI1bury. d Engines
) Mass., Dec. 10.
t $2.to $3.50.Green able launch without apparent effort a

and wax beans enjoyed a Back and forth it shot across the baJ The Situation at Goldfield. A A

fair sale! and some fancy green beans up and down and around about Capt The United States troops recently ordered .
to Goldfield Nev., at the ARE tED
r: brought as high as $3.50 to $1. Other Thompson soon realized that he could requestof ESPECIALLY ADAPT
the governor of the state hare arrived + .1
stock of less desirable quality sold at do nothing but let the fish tire Itself now FOR SATISFACTORY ;
4 and are encamped In the
a range of from $2 to $3.25. out or cut the line and let it go. He neighborhood of the mines although USE IN FLORIDA WATERS' t -t

,, 5' I Peas were a drug on the market and was loath to do the latter and decided there have been no outbreaks or disorderly Illp

r the best that could be had for them to fight it out with the monster and conduct. The mine owners are Regal Marine Eagiaes = EIS '4r

was $2 to $3. Cukes showed a very tne struggle continued until early yes preparing to resume operations and declare

t S wide range in quality and were not Ic terday morning when he succeeded in their Intention of requiring all Stand for the highest type of ,
T very great demand at prices ranging getting the fish up to the boat and .I their miners to sign an agreement forswearing met'hanical spill and lelia'l.ihty k ) r if ;14 7 j
I all allegiance! to the Western They are four cycle' jump I !
: from $1 to $2.25. Lettuce line around its fore fins. thenI spark
I,; was weauat Even Federation of Miners or any body affiliated ignitionautomohiletype.:i Cmfchaiucal .
$1 to $2 per basket; peppers brought was not subdued and he could .to therewith. carburetor, enclosed valves. crank float ease teed t.

$1 to $2; eggplant $1.50 to $2 for the little with it. Resents Tainted Money Hint. I steam forged crank shaft, and e

best.The In the meantime Captain Thompsonhad In bis recent address at the annual bronzed fewest number bearings.of wotkiuR Have Parts the >'

a situation in the orange market had nothing to eat since Saturday dinner of the New York Alumni Association ('O1'lStelltnth a perfect operating
t j still wears that gloomy "down and morning and Mrs. Thompson being: of Syracuse University John motor and many otherlxelrsite J

'i, out" appearance and among those who alarmed at his absence sent out twj Anhhold.. the Standard Oil magnate : features found only in the Regal _

fF are interested there appears no epidemic boats to look for him. He was founJ took octnslou to refer to tainted THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT .

_ of optimism regarding futureS down the bay with hands cut and blistered money hy saying: **If I thought there Jade in three tnH.. 3 and 5Ii. p, single cylinder; 8 to 13 ". t.
was any taint on my money I would 1', double cylinder 30 H. P. four "
L; prospects. Salesmen who cover Interior and about fagged out and was assisted cylinder
:sever h:1uff.I't'lt a dollar of It to We also
points report a very slow demand home with his manufacture a line of heavy, slow lipt'f'd"orkin
capture and anchored Syracuse trniversity. My conscience front 6 U. 1. single cylinder to da H. I). four cylinder ;:engines 1.
l and houses that at this season it near thS mouth of the river would not hue tl1'IWN.t me. 1 could The ,

i of the year generally stock up from until late in the afternoon when it was i.ot line: :*<:!;:,'cl Cod's Meting on sucha out the country many bundreds are a guarantee of Eegal of engines the satisfaction now in operation they are giving.throue J.;- 1.t

1 lOOJto 200 boxes of fruit for the holiday taken to the aquarium the gate to the gift I line rimed my money tiy t
4 I I If 'ifty of rakt. t19ri. evnckntioustoil Get a Regal in the
; rush are afraid to buy more than 50 pen where the manatee or sea cow Y"lr" Beginning Don't ExperimentIlamlsume 'J
and hot f'St intent in the pursuit: of
boxes or so at a time. is kept let down and it made a companion explanatory i-atalogue mailed free on
'rtiIu: >";.s ur I \,"nld never have given request.Regal
b The financial stringency. In more for the latter. a dollar! to further Oxl's xxork." Gasoline Engine Co.
ways than one can be blamed for the The two denizens of the deep were 't
Causes of Railroad Ace:dents.Accorilin .
z present poor condition In the market. not companionable the manatee show.Ing Cold Water, Michigan
? to the records of the interstate -
Porto Rico receipts fell off to about a pronounced antipathy for the i-ommenv cominisbion.: there r

, ,000 boxes during the week and thin new arrival. The porpoise was also a: were ..t.?! derailments on railroads In

big cut in the receipts materially sea so to speak and began soundingand the felted States during the year end t.

strengthened the market prices being searching for a way to escape but lag June ?A\ 11107.!> These accidents re-

from 25 to 35 cents per box hi_her it found none until this morning. The suited In the death of r>15: persons and -

on good fruit than last week. Thweek's ? pickets of the pen protrude above the the Injury of G.OU.1: This was an Increase )
of derailments the
1.871 over
: t receipts too, were perhaps the surface about three feet and about tj :-

s best of the season. They are now gei clock this morning the porpoise de previous In year fatalities with n and proportionate Injuries. increase A A sore throat: is a ,

ting back into the mountainous sections cided that it could jump over the !'tndYlif the cans.-s shows that a little!

and the fruit appears harder an' top of them.It more than two-thirds of those act!- dangerous malady 1

14 { : more desirable. The bet fruit during dents were due to dfetN in equipment '
did not delay !ong in making the btit doth I need to ..
irlvr. ,
, J the remainder to defe ts in road you
the week brought from $1.10 to
: attempt and backing to one end of then _
t r '. $1.75 per box and some less desirable ; it gave a rush and a jump and wa way. The troul is attributed larrely lie a sock around JJ
to the enormous I'loroa-e in tr L1IiI'.
in down
ranged prices to COCo
gone an attendant at the aquarium which In recent has exceeded the ,
I Florida receipts continued hear years neck to it. t''IiLMKU
L ; dtclared: that it not oaly cleared the carrying;; capacity of the raids. your cure ,
I Many of the operators fear the cols top of the pen but had another tare-- --- -
t weather and are getting all the fruit: feet between it and the pickets. Early to Bed

kr : possible off of the ground. The range -- --. -- -- and early to rise, make one healthy, &.
I on the ordinary grades that the dealers That's It: wealthy! and WJM,-ej>e\uIx! If von take > V ,

take to was anywhere from $1 to $2.75 Cough 'onr't'ifililo a tit .>f -ia: insan and some extra fancy Indian Rivers then wonder wilY you don't {il \x-ll. If for constipation. dx-p*>p<.ii and ail liver ,
you will onk try a imttleiif l':.dardTHttrehonnil !, complaint* )Mr. S-.-. Columbia: TVnn. B a &. IKU Y "" f ..
i brought prices of 3.50 to $t. J-:xnii' your cough mill l lot- a write*; ''I al a.tvs keep a supply of your Tt*
There was a wide range in grapefruit thing IIf tin p.it. It i is a po-itixe: cnn Herbineon hmllm'o) (ileasvd: +1 with
for nMisrh" influenza lronrhitiand all the relief girt* in constipation and all
prices in harmon with the wit '
will cure that throat in p!>ort order tBallard's
.lisea-es. One bottle will liver niplanita! that wnrdsean'lex'ns-
I variety in sizes. Grapefruit sold from pulmonary\'OI1.\t Ihinuer Irrie'tore: : and conxnce Titr.sxille -. myapprtMeintinn..Z ld by Manner: l>nu Snow Liniment pt'nt'tratf.s the pores, prompt

I $1.50 to $5, 12Gs to -lCs.Remarkable 1>hatmlI' ". .:;c., o'V.' $1 00. "-tort-and TuusxilhI'narmacv.. ing free eircuk Lion, '.pxin:; niuoik-s more iuistity.. f
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T Rescue u Oul.i.le of 11'alltnit. tin country will Rt'-fTMA1: $M,CUTS,SPRAINS: BRUISES, ;
That truth i ii stranger than fittion, l has speaker Cannon is nut a pruhihituuiUt: l y along have a merry (*hri->tnia>. CUR cS i ""OU\DS. OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS,
I once more been demonttratetl in the little shot hot he fairly revels in throwing BURNS AND ALL
ItAI"S.GAVE :
I town of Fedora Tenn, at the resilience cold xvater,-Omaha Dee. About DigestionIt .
of C. V. Pepper. He writes "I in .
: wa!
---- - i is not the quantity of f>*,,1\ taken 1'iit
INSTANT
bed entirely disabled with hemorrhage" RELIEF. .
When to Go Home the aniotint dij tnd and a,,mi'I Hetl that
of the lungs and throat. Doctors failed gives street?th and! \i'alitx to the \ttemChamberlain's Henry: Stone, Provo I't: "th. writs: "I have used Baliard's
to help me, and all hope had fled when I From the Blnifton, Ind, !Banner:
Snow Liniment for Knural
Stomich aril livertal'letInvigorate : ia, Tooth-ache
began taking Dr. Kill '!' New Ii!'coxiry.Then "When tired out, ;go home When yon and Sore Throat,
\ the btomac'li and itxrr and which application me instant
relief.
enable upon gave I
want f"Onol:1tino'O; l hotn. When can recommend
instant relief came. The coughing ; : you
i t. them to prrlorm tiir functions The it a" hill,! Ito i .--t Liniment I have ever used in
curing
ceased the blettlmiriliinini-jlutl want fun home Chenon want to
\ soon rapidly go "
, result i is a relish f-,r your fii, increased pain caused: from Neuralgia, etc.
, J and in three weeks I was able to SM how otheis that you have reformed, |,o and
strength weight, liirainv
to work." Guaranteed cure for coughs home and let your family get acquainted and a clear lu-aj. I'rit.j pna'er:: tent' For PRICE 25C, 50c AND 51.00
I and cold 50c. and $1.00 at llanner Drnj: with the r..ct.'hen von want t<> !slimv! \
'1. I Store And Titusville Pharmacy. Trial yourself at xour lest, so home and do the ale hy Banner irus More and Titnille .

I. bottle free. act there. When you ft't'llike Iteiujj ex- Pharmacy. Ballard Snow Liniment
tra liberal O) ]home and practice on your Co.
sever can tell when y..u11 mash a tinu..r:
e John White & Uo. wife and children tint. When! you wantto titter a cut, bruiM- burn or M-jiM. Ik: pnpaird. -. 500-502 North Second Street
i LOUISVILLE, KY. shine with extra brilliancy, go home Dr Thomas EU-ctripO.l in-tintlyrc- ,
.; btebliihw IW7Vfto and| light; up the whole! hon -lolll." To liens the i-ain -quickly cure: the sound.C13.3TC3 ST. LOUIS -
*...*.. price EE MISSOURI.
which would add when have
puara. we you a
,4 i had coMo home and take Ch3m : .Y1L.9earatbe | BB K K
} FURStnd lain's Cou/h llemedy and a quick i irrtain. 1ee > : aY3fct MnamBBiEB S .

r f Hides. < For sale by lUnner; Drug fct l"r-1 Sign&turoof 1i' Sold and Recommended f
..i.. by
: Gw and Titusulle Pharmacy. .. ,
...... Tituaville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store .

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