The Florida star ( January 3, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
January 3, 1908


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:

Related Items

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

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MANDY'S. will be held at its rooms on Jan. 3.! *.oontMactt-@ of xtx)-l high land ot;' Grownat Shiloh, Fla., on high
1908, at 3 p. m., for the election of the ea-t or ot-w-an side of I he Indhuz rive" hickory hammock. Free from white Valuable Real Estate For Sale
NunmwY Stock for Sale directors and such other business as at tiae Narrowt-, decrilwd as follows: 1,01, fly. One year to two year old buds.
Citrw stock grown on high pine'may be presented. I N'o. 3, wri-tion :r), also lot No. 3, sectiOD Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- Five acres, beautiful building site.
JAs. PRrreHARD. .3o. in townshij,311 "ith, range 39 fronting 105 feet on west bank of far
land. indian River Nimserms, estab- east' Iv packed and delivered at Oak Hill famed Indian river. 1-1j, miles south of
W. S. BRANNING, President. !This lan-i is tinimproved but finely lo.
limbed 1M Send for catalogue. cated. For furthe-i partienlarp addrepe station. J. W. GICIMS. Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie Ma-
Tabodo md West Palm Beach, Fla. Cashier. F. %1. Low Shiloh, Fla. grader, Box M. Orlando, Fla.
Draying Brockton.31ass
for Salle The Alpine Hotel D. Pacignana
paper Draying or hauling of oil kiwis prompt- Wood For Sale Titusville, Fla., F. A. "iley, man-
300 se@dMg P-6cas treM shell ly attindid to. 34et-ts all tmins. Stove Shoemaker and repairer. all work first
varielly. F1rs11k&t25CeDts r. On the European plan --furn- vlass aM guaranteed. Next door to
aA:- Fint for sale at all times. Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-'age
4@00, gnt serve& A. J. CAaiwt. H. F. HoLTox. ing and harrowing. See or address J. ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street.
Turnbull, Fla. Tiumville, Fla. W. Jamison, TitusNrille. Fla. trally located. Titusville.

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OUR 0111ity Shoes UTEST NEWS Specid Sale at lline'sloca Gossip
PM ET IRK You imow Uncows ft, .,You Befnrp to our annual ivenJ
ewlt fool an the people all th time UD MCMENTS UD PERSONJUS
llkwy im hmd will be cut down I
etc.,, it tolry
UUMAY. tD cost in some im&mvww
im M ift to 1"Ift believes it. And it is true- Which pUMN p&rMr&pk 1W ad than cost.
! V;:for Vueen Qua- It makes no difference what SINSWU Mad III he* of nbw
M" ."n VW a decade their TrUd bn Nd Thin we get for the goods, VW a rw CM am Go
N" have for m WANA"i tbome of
RNA Wftm*s GuArsJulm Bwr all Other, Womens aboes. Yet the Beautiful displaySmAmmmza and Nov- muVae Me aim ouite a lot pf rTm- Mr Fred Black has given up his stwe
in towiL MMLS PUARMACT. demand continuis to grow. Even ELTIES. TrrUSVMULK PUARNACIr. nants suitable for ddrts Position Wild is DOW working at the car-
an be of on the doUw the10,800Pdr8Mdeevwydaycai't rwketNoa6takest d0U&tKHnes center's trade.
he and children's dremes.
ggen sommuft to a dollar, buy of Reath it. Why? Just try one paw. store. If you have that number, come It would be irnpmmlble to quote Mr. R. B. LaRoch% of Coco&, cam
0= shipment just received- and
Cb6=d save dollars by good senes, get the dolL you prices on all the bwgains we up Wednesday to exchange & birge in-
Nbm Hu" Wileou left Sunday for a VVINSIMN S. BRANNING A number of people am joining Dr, have for you as it would take a whole for & smanei. animaL
vidt at abag two weeks with ber si*- Tfto*vQ* Florida. MUler's cluL It's to yew interest page in this paper to enumerate the Contractor P. J. Ran is now pushing
tw Nm A. IL WIlson, at Fort Norm Sam. the work forward an the Parker b&M-
saves you twenty-five per cmt. Mail orders promptly filled on any ing, on Washington avenw_
J. IL AU= spent Christ- W-M Not Run for Tax Collgwtor Mrs. G. F. Ensey and am Rutledge, of the above goods.
in 1307201016 and the of Tropir, spent a part of yc*t,.i d&y af- Juuus KLwE, Titusville. Mrs. Jas. F. MitchdL of Cocoa, spent
of paid a visit to Rock- Titusville, Pla., Jan. lak 1906. ternoon with friends in Titusville- from Saturday until Sunday with her
T* the Gmd of am"" aw. New Schedule Mr. W. S. Norwood.
bft*- Mr. John C. Jones returned to Quay fstbw.
Mm Jift A. CAleman arrived at her On account of my age I feel that Sunday afternoon, Waving Mrs. Jones Commencing next Tuesday the F. Rev. & P. mccalLOthe new pastor for
b in LSGMW MaNdky, after, visit the rimWonm1mility of the tax collect- and the children here for a little longer E. C. railway will operate three trains the M. F. church, and family arrived in
of senne thus with rastives in son* or's office in too much for me to an- stay. each way daily between Jacksonville TitesvUle the first of this week.
CURVIOWL sume for another therefore, I Prof. S. J. Overstreet left Monday and Miami. Have you tried Heath & Co. for groc-
1tw. WaL Stoum and wife arrived will- not be a candidate for re-elec- morning to attend the state teachers' No. 29, the regular train making eries. 6.9ploptidlar, is tilleir 133,ott%
b ft.Dgytoua sawky, where they bon. I have been tax collecWr of convention, whichisinsessim this week all stops, Waving Jacksonville at 7 and Popular they are-Lowest Priem in
apsut the % Ed" very ploaguntly with &-Cm" county since 1SM, and I feel at St. Pet..bas. am., Titusville at 1:12 p. m., arrives town.
their ven and feeft. very gratefW to the people for this Kim Niiia Bennett' of West V'rgbl* at Miami 10:10 p. m., carrying mail Mrs- Lonnie F- Bowman and her
The GPM season for unnet fidsing honor and their confkkmee, I wish who with her father is visiting at Fort and express. mother, after visiting at Kiins their
wedn"doly. the Ist msL again to than you earnestly foryour Pierce, arrived Tuesday u a visit to her No. 33, stopping only at important old home, returned down the river yes-
The lld n wffl mw got busy after kind trPot""t. distant cousin, Mjrs.P. H. Wright. terday.
I I . a rest of six weeks. I make tl& annM"VmMt so the Heath & CO. am giving away free, as stations, leaves Jacksonville 10 a. m., Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Robbinswid Baby
Mr. EL the A A Re -111 w. and people will have time to select some an advertisement, beautiful pottery Titusville 3:17 p.m., arrives at Miami Douglas left for Miami yesterday after-
e g3. to TftmvM Wednes- one *Joe for the place. such an tankards, stems, vases, et,: 10:25 p. m. noon. where they expect to spend nev-
&y to i spending about a year in Vo- which they have on exhibition at their No. 99. sleeper. carrying mail, era, weeks.
JunK 0 ong, mdLel1weatuitim. They Yours truly. store. leaves Jacksonville 8 p. in., Titusville A little baby girl arrived at the
expeet ago" in TUXWvUW E. W. HALL- The Victor Junior Talking Machine in 1:56 a. m., arrives Miami 1015 a. in. of Mr. and Mrs. Jule Knox last kgbL
Mr. EL B. Mace s@N Us power wbale Sporting Note not a toy. DuPlic4te Parts can be had Northbound, No. 78, mail and ex- Mother and Baby jeanneUe Louise both
beat dery hot we& to Mr. Rooder, and same as for high priced machines The press, mokin all stops, Waves Miami doing welL
the atth beat ton the big schooner The boxing instch which was held Junior is the child's delight. Get the' 4:30 a. in., Titusville 1:12 p. in., ar- Mm j. N. Feaster, after spending the
-Tapook imw. to tm Houlover Cana I the opera house at Titusville last at Indian River Music House for $10.00. rives Jacksonville 7:30 p. m. past summer and fall in Missouri and
11 =.I M3 w" tin Heyww&Reoder party SaturdaY night was beyond a doubt All the latest records, 8 inch, 35 cents. No. 74, express, stopping only at Alabama, arrived Tuesday to visit with
en bs=41. a decided success. Ed Murphy, who Mr. Go. E. PoUmd wid Miss Edn- K imp6rtant stations, leaves Miami 7:15 her daugther, Mrs. Howell, and others.
Jar. Lamb X. lbuivesud and wife, of was n"Otp-4v2d to fight G. W. Wood, StUing, of Daytona, were married in
V8&Wb.@p=t9gRd@yiRtb@&scb0oner foiled to put in an *ppf_-Ar*,-k*. Not Jacksonville Sunday, where the br ide a. in., Titusville 2:13 p. m., arrives Judge J_ D_ Beggs, of Orlando. was
Jacksonville 7:40 p. m. in town Tuesday returning home from
dw Z@bgft on dwir way to Dayton& wishing to disappoint the public Mr. was engaged as Wrapber. She in a
daughter of win. Stiling, formerly of No. 99, sleeper, ewrying mail, Miami where he was counsel for the
md y I I St. Augp-tine Mr. Brain- Wood consented to meet Prof. Joe COCOIL Their future home will be in leaves Miami 6 p. m., Titusville 2:30 st- in the famous Troy ease and
ud bundles this Wfoot craft single- Flelding, the champion, in asix round Daytona- a. in., arrives Jacksonville 8:30 a. m. me& a strong argument for the prose-
bmWW4 but of course his better-helf is bout and at the end of the sixth cutim Monday.
ahk fa SN&t bin 0 bttk in the mus- round both men broke with horims Mrs. M. M. Bailey and daughter, Min Wlill Hold for Cbsigress Min Mabel Berge arrived Tuesday
agess" at do bust. Laura Bailey, and son. Master Frank afternoon froon New Smyrna. on a short
even. It was a lively go from start Bailey, of New London CA)nn., who Congressman Sparkinsui will hold days'visit tober friend, Kim Daisy
Dr. J. 11L Dixon, of One to finish and a return match is being spent the winter here two years ago, for his present place and in an inter-
adopionser .. lso(Titongleand arranged for and both men will start arrived Christmas night an the belated view last week said as follows: Brady. Kim Berge having spent mv-
hAm dvw. spent ChO-Omp- with his training in the near future. train, and wiU spend the mason with -At present I am a candidate for eral sessons in Titusville, her many
qpd 11 MmL June Dixon at City Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. M. L. Wet- the house, as I stated at Ocala. At friends were very glod to see her again.
Point, und abD visited Mrs. R. K Mims, V who is elated to have daughter Postmaster Chas. J. Schoonmairer, of
the wMm of the late R. K Mims, at Cut Prices more. that time I gave reasons for my can- CAcos, was in town Sunday getting
B subm N. stopping offebelre &tTitug_ IN la"ZOS CLOMING DEpAinMINT and grandelukhvn with her once nxmre. didacy for the position. and the con- .pointers- on the
Mrs. Baileywas by a young t of third
vM8 last 7*ky to g his away Ti- The price of our clothing will be friend, Mr. H. G. Perry, who will spend ditions upon which I based those rea- claw pogtoffices from Postmaster Taylor.
tarfm F , on bin to the me- cut down almost one4balL And we his first winter in Florida at this place. sons in that announcement have not of this place, as Cocoa became operative
"apelb T= SrAz received AL have a mighty fine assortment yet. been removed. I have not decided as a third class postoffice with the first
ploaguat emil froes the doctor last Friday We can fit you and suit you. "Blundering Billy" to run for the senate." of the New Year.
rl I Found Blundering Billy, or the Man from Rev. T. W_ Moore, one of the *kWst
Nqpo Shooting Aftmy On the city dock set week & ladys the Golden West, a three act comedy Sun Brothers! Shows and most prominent ministers of the
A sbooting affray omm-ed near Pwas.0L Owner can obtain same b drama. played by the King Stock Sun Brothers' Shows gave an af- Methodist church in the state of Florida,
proving property and paying for this 2 company, composed of twelve per- ternoon and evening exhibition at and & member Of the FlOrid& conference
tle big saw mill of the Titusville sons, will be given at the Titusville
Lumber Co. hot Friday night about Church Notes opera house Saturday night, Jan. 4th. this place Monday as advertised and for many years, passed from this life
1908. Reserved seats now on sale at received a liberal patronage at both into that of the great beyond at 12:W
dark. Tom Williams shot Bev- Dean Robottom will officiate in St. o'clock Monday at the home of his son.
the usual place. Reserved seats 75 entertainments --- in the evening the in Miami, age about 75 years.
Moody with a 38-calibre revolver. the Gabriels church, Titusville, Sunday, cents. General admission 50 cents, smting capacity of the tent was about
W striking the bitter in the breast Jan. fith, at 7M p. in. children 25 cents. taxed. FURNITURK DRY GOODS, SHOES
and pooduethrough his body lodging Rev. win. stones will preach on Sun- The trained animals, consisting of Post cards. Waffle iron
new the spinal column. Both parties day next at LaGrange at 11 s. in., and Indian River Hotel Arrivals ponies and dogs, and the baboon that All wool blankets. $5.00, $7.50
am negroes and there ww a woman at Titusville at 7 p. m. For the week ending Jan. Ist. rides the bicycle in the animal show, Books, bound and paper cover
at the bottom of the affair. Moody Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at City JE .11iller. Chicago: D L Gaulde". city; Large hanging lamps. Soaps
is IL onearmed man and offered no Point Sunday, Jan- 5th, at 10:30 a. in., Edward W Prentice. Camden; Encene Berge. were decidedly the best attractions. Mosquito canopies and cloth
XJ; T W Petem Hil6dale. Mich: W H H The juggling of Indian clubs and. A prospt ear to you all
W-911immma magim hia dmm- and in the eveninr. at 7:30- he will 1.1eamm- Van (T-Allie- 11, M lone-&- X V- R I


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Letters to Santa Claus.
The postmia:ster *gi'eral has nlae.Wi-
pubeli- his :iimaal I W$ eeL I il.',!;,?I)I 1 4-4 F%
veruing Sainta' I lans. Inl 1.1-f th!~
letters dire4-it-cItoiS 'tc 4:iauIl a-
been 4;tu e tl t-a',() 111C.he a
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PON* Ow -Fr Peifle.
S la the prmere of thounu*h=- of spee-
iab- Pirsident Roosevelt' from the
hbrM1 of the cruiser yacht Mayflower
at Old Point Comfort. Dec. 16. gave the
signal which started the nation's great-
eat fleet. coo-Hthg of sixteen battle-
ships under the command of Rear Ad-
miral Robley D. Evans. on Its momen-
tons and signifi-
cant practicecruise
of 14.000 miles
around the Horn
to San Francisco.
Before the start
Admiral Evans
fame on board the
Mayflower to sa-
lute the president
and give his per-
son al assurance
that the ships
were ready. The
president received
Admiral Evans. the salute with
fted hat and formally acknowledged
Mhe words of greeting, after which the
two shook hands and other command-
lag officers arrived for the farewell re-
ception. To all the president spoke the
cordial and familiar words. "Goodby,
and good luck!" and expressed his
pride in the fleet and the sailors.
The Mayflower led the four mile pro-
cession of fighting vessels from llamp-
ton R6ads to the Horseshoe Bend of
the Chesapeake. flying at its masthead
the blue eagle crested presidential flag.
and there turned aside and came to
anchor while the white clad ships
passed in review and out to sea. their
guns roaring, bands playing and sail-
ors singing. The fleet carries 14.1EXO
officers and men and .5".(W.O)OI) pounds
of explosives. The first stop will le
Trinidad, where the torpedo flett.
which started in advance, already
awaits the coming of the battleships.
Prior to the departure Admiral Evaias
had given to the press in writing a
farewell message to the lieople of the
United States, conveying his appreela-
tion of the interest show in the fleet's
movements and referring to the tripe
as a great "pra.-tie-e cruise to visit our
friends and supporters h on the 'Pat-fit
coast." In ckwsin.g lie gave some hil;t
about wiossible diversion to the far
east by saying that if the -eoinmuandler
in chief should d-'e'-le to --end then
"on a nisslion of |le:-ve and ged1,1 wl!I
to the nations of the other hle'ni the same interest wtul,l fellow then
there. Later a wia rl'l:s nit:ss;.n't sail
the nrinir! h:i nmmatde known -alners
to return viia Suez.

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at all the otput Maine. New Hamlp-
ebim. the Berkshire hills In Massachu-
setts and the Adirondacks and Oats-
kills in New York are the sources of
warply for New York, Boston and
Philadelphia and even for Baltimore
and Washington. The swamps of
Michigan, Wisconsin and Milneeo'$t
furnish the markets of Chicago. St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Detroit. while
the local demand throughout the cen-
tral west is mainly supplied by nurs-
ery grown Norway spruce.
Army to Buy Balloon.
The signal corps of the war depart-
ment has made public specifications
for the construction of a dirigible bal-
loon to be used in a series of tests at
Fort Myer next spring. Proposals for
furnishing the balloon will be opened
at the department on Jan. 15 next. The
balloon is to consist of a gas bag of
silk to le covered with an aluminium
preparation. The material for the bag
and the hydrogen with which it will be
Inflated will be furnished hey the gov-
ernment. The dimensions and shape of
the ing will be left to the bidders, ex-
cept that the length must not exeled
120 feet. It must be designed to carry
two persons having a combined weight
of 305 pounds and at least 14l pounds
of ballast. A speed of twenty miles an
hour in still air Is desired, and the
scheme of ascending. descending amud
maintaining equilibrium must t hI: l: sed
on shifting weights. movable planes or
some method which will not necessil-
tate balancing or changing of lsiition
by the aeronaut. The balloon tmnist
have all the fittings necessary for sue--
cessful and continuous flights. It wiil
lie accepted only after a trial flight to
be held at Fort Myer next spring.


Senate Committees Arranged.
In the senate the c-ommittees have
Ieei- -h:aligetd so ..s to till vacaincies
and make pila,'es for the tnw menitlers.
Knox goes to the front. ai ex!ei-ted.
Ity lecominig f chairtiian of the r'lles
ontiuittle. where lie will have the!
duty of defending the lega lity oCf the
measures prielmsed hy the majority.
Other insi -ortanit ch;,:irmanihslipis are::
A.\pl-ol iriaiii-ons. Allioisn; titutuce. A!l-
r.-l.i: foreign relations. 'n;!lo.i;: iiiiter-
state -Oc;ini)re-,'. IElkins: u:nva;l affairs.
i!;l; I: pines. l.od!il,.
Gore Draws Short Term.
l fere' lhe s\\ .;-ini in of t !:(" two
:I''. -* :enato s fiani lihe" I:- st {ie' of
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The Wiiliar-s-De Armond Fight.
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sin; labor, Gardner of New Jersey;
mulitir7 affairs. Hull of Iowa; naval
affairs, Foss of Illinois; postoffice and
post roads. Overstreet of Indiana; rail-
ways and canals, Davidson of Wiscon-
sin; rivers and harbors, Burton of


Vanderlip For Central Bank.
Another word for the central bank
idea has been spoken by a financier of
high standing. Vice President Vander-
lip of the big National City Bank of
New York. He favors a combination
of the branch system of Scotland and
the central bank of Issue in Germany.
Dahlman Quotes Roosevelt.
After his return home from Wash-
ington Mayor Dahlman of Omaha gave
to the press a corrected statement of
his much discussed interview with
President Roosevelt. According to this.
the president said: "Tell the boys out
west that this financial panic is being
placed on my shoulders by reason of
the position I have taken. If this Is
true. it shows that we are on a rotten
foundation, and It only came a few
months sooner than it would lave done
otherwise, and It shows we needed a
housecleaning. You can tell them also
that I don't care what ex-judges or
judges or ex-g.overnors or governors
say it." Miayor Dahinman says
that as this was spoken in the pres-
enu e eof eight or ten other persons as
a; 11ns4at- lo the west lie felt free te
give i ouit.
Ridgzly's Central Bank Plan.
',, of lhe Currency Ilidgely
in I!:;ilI:nm his re-port for the year end-
Id I I<-I. :.1 i,':'a- ls for the ist;-iilshinent
of :i ntl ioalial '.-'rlt';l l:m.k or issue: ani
re(re' Sollmu\ei\v.hat oln the lines of thl'.
I l.:i! oif l ranci-e. with stli other nimol-
ile:itioi ns of ,our system ;i s will give'
great. r :; 'The f-allt of Itli
pres.- nt system., in his lop'ii,-n. is that
in times of n-iit.rget'y the funds de-
plorsi:e'l in l lite re''*- \'- a:intd -i;n:r:al re
serve cities are not ;il~w;ns s.rfl.iv
e ;i:;ai:l.'e. .Aie t-'t r:a In.1 k i\\tl tl |o ver
to is...-.!:t. nt;.es ; 'ih;i hi t.inks. o,;vi:t ;, !it h : ha i' I' liy. l 1i
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cent pale. TI rqply Aldreih gave no-
tice that after the boldays he would'
be prepared to submit the majority's
remedy. In the course of his re-
marks Culberson called President
Roosevelt "a menace to the public In-
terests of the country." Tillman want-
ed to know why the president had not
turned on the handcuffs as well as the
light. He compared the clearing house
certificates to the Confederate "shin-


Surgeon's Knife Cures Insanity.
The deepest interest has been arous-
ed in medical circles over the report
from the Bay View Insane asylum at
Baltimore over a novel and apparently
successful effort to cure a certain form
of insanity-that known to the profes-
sion as dementia prnecox-by cutting
away a portion of the thyroid gland.
In the first case operated upon the Im-
provement was very marked within
twenty-four hours, and of the four
other cases treated three showed a like
favorable result. The exception was a
case extremely far advanced.
Thrives on Peanut Diet.
Dr. T. J. Allen of Aurora. IllI.. re-
cently finished a food test extending
over sixty days. during which time he
lived upon peanuts and lemonade only.
He ends the test in fine physical condi-
tion. He now intends to start on a
sixty day test of bananas, which, com-
bined with peanuts. be considers the
Ideal food. He says: "If people lived
on peanuts and bananas It would cost
them not more than 15 cents a day. and
they would lie saved all the trouble of
rooking. all the expense of servants.
It takes :in hour to eat a meal of pea-
nuts. but you can eat the goobers at
your d,1sk or loie-ch while you are at
The Deadly House Fly.
AetordinTC to the report of a commit-
tee of lpr',ni.~ielit inedical an;l t;sjiness
men a-ipointed tly the Merchants' As-
s.oia:ifn of New York City to investi-
gate the pollution of Newv York harbor.
the common house fly Is one of the
,re'.tet.-t enemies of mnan. lretdi.n'
;niong the sewage deposits In tilhe vi
4ihity of cities and t-owns. It stpread-
the germs of typhoid fecer and other
Intestinal di-keses it n lilioinsg. Ii oine
':use' : siuff! fly w\:ts folni!d to, halv;i- de
posWit(e on giel:ilin pl:lte' in :I lal.orn
toiry test II<0.smot fe-;al l.:ne-teria. The
report uire's tihe .-inly ll'ean.s foy
whic-h the evil van loe resn.,ved tit!'
stri.-t >n-foreement; of the laws ai.:alnst
polluti t. .


Mine Explosion Kills Fifty.
A s ail dtil ,:i ;t 'ex'ois- li ill a nlilie
:it YA a l.uh'. .1:1.. I '<*. I; caust-ed the
e,-:;it.. 'f' sixty v-:i :1111i the injury of
a svore.
The B.gest Schooner Wrecked.
Tihe s.ihol;e tihe first ani olily seven masted vessel
in tile worhl. w"as wre-keld on the
r.'wks of lime S, ilyv isi-indis Ilee.. 1;. the
:1i,':lii e-inlg sa' vedl. ulIt nminy of tilth
<-r', l-" i;>. l I ]'. t.
Death of Colonel Co!yar.
i'',...i.,1 .LA S. 'ol'y.:ir. the no'el .jiri:-t
:nid t :r l!!tr \ v'. t \v.isa ;ia mniiilo. r of ti.'

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S :e .!, *T, *. I-".. 1-- ;i- t ;lh :it of, Explosion Ki!s 200.
: *- ':' .i;it ,xl.\posion oc ei lrred t
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4.03.00~0 Christmnas T'ecs a 'ni-
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trn'es weouid A!eI --rowom -! le-s thaun a!.r '* . .
l.40o i :wtvs. lF4 sl i s timtt trees suit- .
able for 4Christm:mas trees do not grow .; :: : :'
in the old forests, where reproduction I..,' \-- ';>.-. ;. ,:: .i-. -:: '.. .,f \.-"
Is most important. but in the open. Y,,rk: ,..... *;:7'r. e,.. ; .
and there is no more reason for an. ,.,... -'';* s :,:. :* .: *-- .,-
outcry against using land to grow Ki:il':eof 1ii'-; ..:-:ia f:.iits.<'o
Christmas trees than to grow flowers. ins l ,f I.y:: i::i,::i:.>:ti :n"t! :>:;n!r..!-
According to Mr. Plnchot. the center: zati,,. wiic-v.-!i of N-ew .ler-ey: insn':ir
of the Christmas tree industry lies in aff-ir. *r-o.t,.- of WOi.'Ini--n; iut.-r-
the big cities of the east. New Yorki sat.- :uiil foreign ominuIer.'e. Ill'loiurn
c!ry and the New England states con- ,f l,, a; judi.ilary. Jenkins of Wise-on-
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If you offer from backache, S
There is one way to cure it.
The perfect way is to cure the kidney.
A bad back means sick kidneys
Neglect it, urinary troubles follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kid -
neys only.
S. B. Lemons, cigarmaker. living at
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla.. says;
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
cured me of backache and disorder of the
kidneys. Two or three times on account
of the pain in my back I was unable to
go to work for several days. The secre-
tions of the kidneys were in a very bad
condition, dark in color and if allowed
to stand would become of the consistency
of jelly. I tried various remedies taking
what seemed like gallon. of medicine and
I also put on plasters, but nothing help-
ed me at all until I got Doan's Kidney
Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,
and using them according to directions
they cured me in a very short time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United .States.
Remember the name--Doan's--and
take no other.

Steel Rail Deadlock Broken.
The announcement of the placing of
an order for 3.0. ) tons of steel rails
on the 11U7 Ibasis by the Erie railroad
is taken to indicate the collapse of the
steel rail deadlock, particularly as it
has been followed t y the statement
that practically every railroad in the
country had placed tentative orders
for the estimated requirement In steel
rails for lWIS. The aggregate of the
estimates is less than that of last year.
totaling in the neighborhood of 2,400.-
(U1o tons.
Could Cut Fares In Two.
A-cfording to, newsp.p llr d i- l.i a -
tions. the pulillh s.-rvi-ce (m'nmllmIIission
for New York -vity will in it-s cominir
relmort too the l ri-l:atiure mii::k4. t-ii4 ,
rathler startling de-larations land siu-
gesti -iis in regard to the r:;ilriuil e .om-
p:iunies ,f the (-ity. It is hi;itedl. f.r iii-
sti;i'-e., that hte coinilissiion will de-
lr- e that with proper capitalization
the railroaids t-ould carry passengers
at less than half the fares now charged
.1114 still mai;ike i:lr'g' profits. In to-
t.iliig iupl the lihu-in:, fr tlih e:yer eiul
<4A .ilint.' :, it \Av:s found llh:it the re-
t-s ,.f7 all tlh Ne\w'i ', Y rk ,-ity coIn-
l:.iiis m:tii>ut;i!iit'el to Sth$;.41:13.776;. The
i!t:i Ii eri':ili't eIxpl'nset' for the year
w.-.* .
Big Profits In Cigars.
In", :-`el w! i ;<.',*r'. .1. 'Vhelatin of tht-
l'iii;.fd t::'; i':- tor's :ip;iny w i,'ln 'i >
tlhie -tinl ir tn- .i',vlteiii' t's s.-uit
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p!rt'vtiit the atitta k. \VliopiniL ',e .,:hi i.-
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OL, VIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1908 NO. 37 -41 :'.) l


.;;: r Not fo* Ogrsel'Qes .loge, :8yt f* tile Good of Otljers lUso. .

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DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Queen Quality Shoes I LATEST NEWSAND Special Sale at 'Kline'sBefore LOCAL GOSSIP k

MR You know Lincoln's adage, "Youcan't INCIDENTS taking our annual inventory AND PERSONALS .
fool all the people all the time, everything will be cut downto

etc." Everybody has heard it and cost and in some instances at less :

,Pungent Holes Pertaining to Eients I believes it. And it is true. Which Personal Paragraphs About People that than cost. 1 Something About the People of Titus- '
Y I is clinching proof for "Queen Quali- It makes no difference what pricewe ,
Transpiring About Town I ty" shoes., For over a decade their Travel Here and ThereBeautifuldisplaySEAsHEtts get for the goods, everythingmust Yille as They Come and Go
sales have far exceeded those of

.Fresh WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. BEST all other women's shoes. Yet the and NOV We go.have also quite a lot of rem- Mr. Fred Black has given up his store "-

in town. .TrrusviLLE PHARMACY. I demand continues to grow. Even ELTIES. TITUSVILLE PHARMACY. )nants suitable for skirts, shirtwaistsand position and is now working at the car- .,._',

r" A saving of ten cents on the dollar the 10,000 pairs made every day can't TicketNo. 656 takes the doll at Kline's I children's dresses. penter's trade. I

r ; soon amounts to a dollar, buy of Heath supply it. Why? Just try onepair. 1 i store. If you have that number, come It would be impossible to quote, Mr. R. B. LaRoche, of Cocoa, came

;-lr:ii' c & Co. and save dollars by good sense. I Large shipment just received. and,get the doll. you prices on all the bargains we.up Wednesday to exchange a large mule .

WINSTON S. BRANNING have for you as it would take whole I for a smaller animal. __
Mrs. Harry Wilson left Sunday for a A number of people are joining Dr. ,
4 I page in this paper to enumerate the .
visit of about two weeks with her sister -1 Titusvijle, Florida. Miller's club. It's to your interest- same. Contractor P. J. Hall is now pushing

Mrs. A. K. Wilson, at Fort Pierce. saves you twenty-five per cent. Mail orders promptly filled on any the work forward on the Parker build- .

:41 Commodore J. H. Allen spent Christmas Will Not Run for Tax Collector Mrs. G. F. Ensey and son Rutledge, of the above goods. ing, on Washington avenue.

.y with friends in Daytona, and the Titusville, Fla., Jan. 1st, 1908. of Tropic, spent a part of yesterday af- JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Mrs. Jas. Mitchell, of Cocoa, spent

: first of this week paid a visit to Rock- ternoon with friends in Titusville. from Saturday until Sunday with her
To the Good People of Brevard
ledge. .Mr. John C. Jones returned to Quay New Passenger Schedule father, Mr. W. S. Norwood. i

Mrs. Julia A. Coleman arrived at her On account of my age I feel that! Sunday afternoon, leaving Mrs. Jones Commencing next Tuesday the F. Rev. S. P. McCallJthenew pastorforthe

; v.. home in LaGrange Monday, after visit the responsibility of the tax collect- and the children here for a little longer E.C.railway will operate three trains I Ii M. E. church, and family arrived .. .

of some time with relatives in South or's office is too much for me to as- stay. i each way daily between Jacksonville Titusville the first of this week. '

Carolina. sume for another term, therefore, I Prof. S. J. Overstreet left Monday I and Miami. Have you tried Heath & Co. for groc I

Rev. Wm. Stones and wife arrived will not be a candidate for re-elec- morning to attend the state teachers' No. 29, the regular train makingall eries. "Popular prices" is their motto, ..

;; home from Daytona Sunday, where they tion. I have been tax collector of convention, which is in session this weekat stops, leaving Jacksonville at 7 and popular they are-Lowest prices in

spent the holidays very pleasantly with Brevard county since 1886, and I feel St. Petersburg.Miss a.m., Titusville at 1:12 p. m., arrivesat town. t

their son and family. very grateful to the people for this Nina Bennett, of West Virginia, Miami 10:10 p. m., carrying mail Mrs. Lonnie E. Bowman and her 0 i

The open season for mullet fishing honor and their confidence. I wish who with her father is visiting at Fort and mother, after visiting at Mims, their "' .,_. '
commenced Wednesday, the 1st inst. again to thank you earnestly for your Pierce, arrived Tuesday on a visit to her No. 33, stopping only at important old home, returned down the river yes- ,
x distant cousin, Mrs. P. H. Wright.
The fishermen will now get busy after kind treatment. terday.
stations leaves Jacksonville 10
a. m., r
practically a rest of six weeks. I make this announcement so the Heath & Co. are giving away free, as Titusville 3:17 arrives at Miami Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Robbins and Baby

Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, and people will have time to select some an advertisement, beautiful pottery,, I p.m., Douglas left for Miami yesterday after- !

family, returned to Titusville Wednes- one,else for the such as tankards, stems, vases, etc., I 10:25 p. m. noon, where they expect to spend sev-

: day after spending about a year in Vo- place.Yours which they have on exhibition at their I No. 99, sleeper, carrying mail, eral weeks.A .
? lusia Orange and Lake counties. They store. leaves Jacksonville p. m.,Titusville little arrived
: 3 baby girl at the home
E. W. HALL. I'
in Titusville.Mr. The Victor Junior Talking Machine is 1:56 a. m., arrives Miami 10:15 a. m.
.expect to locate again of Mr. and Mrs. Jule Knox last ll ghL i
not a toy. Duplicate parts can be had Northbound No. 78 mail and
express -
H. B. Mace sold his power whaleboat Sporting Note Mother and Baby Jeannette Louise both
dory last week to Mr. Roeder, and same as for high priced machines. The making all stops,leaves Miami doing well. ;
t The boxing match which was held Junior is the child's delight. Get themat
the little boat towed the big schooner 4:30 a. m., Titusville 1:12 p. m., arrives Mrs. J. N. Feaster,after spending the E
Indian River Music House for
in the opera house at Titusville last $10.00.
"Captain Jack" to the Haulover canal Jacksonville 7:30 p. m. past summer and fall in Missouri and
Saturday night was beyond a doubta All the latest records, 8 inch, 35 cents.
Sunday with the Heyward-Reoder party No. 74, express, stopping only at Alabama, arrived Tuesday to visit with
decided Mr. Geo. E. Pollard and Miss Edna E.
on board. success. Ed Murphy, who important stations, leaves Miami 7:15a. her daugther, Mrs. Howell, and others. .
was matched to fight G. W. Wood Stiling, of Daytona, were married in fin
Mr. Louis K. Brainard and wife, of m., Titusville 2:13 p. m., arrives Judge J. D. Beggs, of Orlando, was
Jacksonville Sunday, where the bride
Valkaria,spent Sunday in their schooner, failed to put in an appearance. Not She is Jacksonville 7:40 p. m. town Tuesday returning home from
was engaged as stenographer. a
the Eclectic, on their way to Daytona wishing to disappoint the public Mr. daughter of Wm. Stiling, formerly No. 99, sleeper, carrying mail, Miami, where he was counsel for the
and perhaps St.Augustine. Mr. Brain- Wood consented to meet Prof. Joe state in the famous and
Cocoa. Their future home will be in leaves Miami 6 p. m., Titusville 2:30a. Troy case,
7 ard handles this 60-foot craft single- Fielding,the champion,in asix round Daytona.Mrs. m., arrives Jacksonville 8:30 a. m. made a strong argument for the prose-

; handed, but of course his better-half is bout, and at the end of the sixth cution Monday.
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} M. M. Bailey and daughter,Miss
able to assist him a little in the man- round both men broke with honors Will Hold for Congress Miss Mabel Berge arrived Tuesday t '
and Master Frank
Laura Bailey, son, 1
agement of the boat. I even. It was a lively go from startto Bailey, of New London, Conn., who Congressman Sparkman will hold afternoon from New Smyrna,on a short

Dr. J. M. Dixon, of Jacksonville, one finish and a return match is being ,days' visit to her friend Miss Daisy
spent the winter here two years ago, for his present place and in an inter- ,
of the pioneer residents of Titusville and I Brady. Miss Berge having spent several -
arranged for and both will start
men arrived Christmas night on the belated view last week said as follows:
Indian river, Christmas with his in Titusville her "
spent seasons ,
training in the near future. train, and will spend the season with
"At I candidate for
aged( mother, Mrs. Jane Dixon, at City present am a friends were very glad to see her again.
Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. M. L. Wet-
; Point, and also visited Mrs. R. E. Mims, the house, as 1 stated at Ocala. At
Special Cut PricesIN more, who is elated to have daughterand Postmaster Chas. J. Schoonmaker, of
l the widow of the late R. E. Mims, at that time I gave reasons for my can- Cocoa in town 6"pointers"
KLINE'S grandchildren with her once more. was Sunday getting
\ Bonaventure, stopping at Titus- CLOTHING DEPARTMENTThe Mrs. Bailey was accompanied by young l 1 didacy for the position, and the con- on the managementof third a
ville last Friday to greet his Ti- price of our clothing will be ditions which I based those '
many I friend, Mr. H. G. Perry,who will spend'I upon rea- class postoffices from Postmaster Taylor,
tusville friends on his return to the me- cut down almost one-half. And we i his first winter in Florida at this place. sons in that announcement have not I of this place, as Cocoa became operativeas

tropolis. THE STAR office received a I have We a mighty fit fine and assortment suit yet. --- ---- -- -- been removed. I have not decided a third class postoffice with the first
I can you you.
F':= pleasant call from the doctor last Friday "Blundering Billy" to run for the senate." of the New Year.
afternoon. .
FoundOn Blundering Billy, or the Man from Rev. T. W. Moore, one of the oldest

Negro Shooting AffrayA the city dock last week a lady's the Golden West, a three act comedy Sun Brothers' Shows and most prominent ministers of the "

parasol. Owner can obtain same by drama, played by the King Stock Sun Brothers' Shows gave an afternoon Methodist church in the state of Florida, (.
shooting affray occurred near proving property and paying for this ad. company, composed of twelve per- and evening exhibition at and a member of the Florida conference (
the big saw mill of the Titusville sons, will be given at the Titusville i
for from this life
many years, passed
Lumber Co. last Friday night about Church Notes opera house Saturday night, Jan.4th, this place Monday as advertised and into that of the great beyond at 12::>> )o!
1908. Reserved seats now on sale at received a liberal patronage at both
dark, when Tom Williams shot Bev. Dean Robottom will officiate in St. o'clock Monday at the home of his son, J
the usual place. Reserved seats 75 entertainments-in the evening the j
Moody with 38-cahbre revolver, they Gabriels church, Titusville, Sunday, cents. General admission 50 cents, in Miami, age about 75 years. 11 f
seating capacity of the tent about
; ball striking the latter in the breast Jan. 5th, at 7:30 p. m. children 25 cents. was

I and passing through his body lodging Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun- taxed. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES f'I,

near the spinal column. Both partiesare day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and Indian River Hotel ArrivalsFor The trained animals, consisting of Post cards. Waffle iron
'x ponies and dogs, and the baboon that All wool blankets, $5.00, $7.50 ,
negroes and there was a woman at Titusville at 7 p. m. the week ending Jan. 1st. Books bound and
rides the bicycle in the animal show paper cover I
at the bottom of the affair. Moody Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at City J E Miller Chicago: : DLGaulden. city: Large hanging lampS. Soaps
Edward W Prcntic,Camden; Eugene: lierjrp.XJTV were decidedly the best attractions. and cloth l'
Mosquito canopies
Point Jan 5th 10:30
1 is a one-armed man and offered no Sunday, a. m., I
Peter, Hillvlale. Mich W II II
: A New Year to all
I' resistance. Williams made his es- and in the evening, at 7:30, he will (:lessn. E-u .alhe; I) VI Jones N Y; R J The juggling of Indian clubs and CHAS.prosperous A. GARDNER, you'Phone ;:
\\hitney, Alton Ill. A Cnndrnon, N Y I..T also attractive feature
., preach at Eau Gallic. Epworth league ; hoops was a very -
woods but arrested -
into the 'J
cape was lob. R.skledgeIiC Simpson.J<<'rsey City; '
." Sunday morning near the old stockade preceeding the evening service. Mr and Mrs IIS Hr<<'t'n. Worcester, Ma;s: and was generally applauded.The Powers-Sams .l; ,,
.- Wm I'enroseand wife \Va hington. DC; R J show its to winter'
at Turnbull asleep, with his gun Preaching at the Presbyterian church West,, Mrs Minnie West, Ix-esburg<< ;L MorrtonMurray was on way i j II Mr. Joe Powers, of Indianola, and ),
Sunday at 7 p. m. by Rev. lobe, after Daytona; Althea Collins. Gertrude quarters in Macon, Ga. We had the
hand. He would undoubtedly Miss Catharine Sams of
in his Courtenay
l, I
which holy communion be held. Sun- \\estgaard, Miami: Agnes II.Aptbyrp. Nar, n pleasure of renewing our acquaint-i I
t have stubbornly resisted capture. ja Alma Osteeu. Miami MnCS Jnne. MivfUrnard. were married in St. Lukes church, .
day school at 3 in the afternoon, and Palm le.ioli; W \\ Kenyan, XI'W ante with Mr. Clinton Newton, the !
1<; Moody will recover. prajermeeting Tuesday afternoon at 3 York:Chris lirown. Fla;J D fogs Orlando: official representative of the Sun 1 Courtenay, Wednesday, Jan. 1st, at J
K E Hall Miami Mr anti Mrs ASHtinttr. 11 a. m. by Dean Robottom. The j
Bros. who formerly
o'clock. was
: Fort Pierce:MM Katie Darling,Stuart;Judge newspaperman
I Johnson & PatersonCOCOAFLORIDA ----- -- church decorated
Jones Titnsvilit- L Driver wife and son, and has just closed his second was gorgeously by II'
Wanted MenplusM hitti'k and wife and Lorrnaihittuk. year with them. loving hands of the friends of the .
Indiana F. K Ilrddcruk Mrs M A I II bride and was crowded with people
-r. We carry in stock a full and complete Reliable, energetic young man to sell ITvddemk. Flora Ind: Jos Dawon.. Orlando; from The bride and J
I Card- adjacent place
,,_ stock of fancy and staple groceries, Royal Home Builders' Purchasing Contract of HI> McLaren. London. Enz; I. W Yarnall. of Thanks
Scarlet and Robin Hood canned fruits the Jacksonville Development Co. A I LakelindGTavIor.J \V. King W L groom left immediately for Jacksonville t
and vegetables, Hemz's pickles and vinegars good opening for the right man. Address Jacksonville: T F Williams ) )13.on.1 I I We wish to thank our kind friends for and other points of interest in
t. Elgin 4-Crown butter, hay, grain with references Jas. F. Taylor, General )(nOI'f'. Jacksxniilie: JC 1' mith. Ilrntiswuk, the many kindnesses shown us through this state and will make their homein ,
Agent, Tampa, Fla. Ga;i J B Browu Tampa; F E Heddenck, Flora j our trouble. Thanking all for the kind Mrs. Powers the elder
: and feed. j Tampa. is ,
Ind. remembrances Christmas and j
: y We also handle the best Florida andy I ____ j i i r the W. O. W. and all many happy re daughter of Mr. M. S. Sams and is 1 tone
western meats, beef, lamb, mutton and : Notice j 1'. A cool drink at a cool place at'MANDY'S. 1 turns. MR. and MRS. J. W. CARLiLE. of the most popular young ladiesin ,

1? pork.A. I i The annual meeting of the stockholders _. __ i i __ __ this whole section. The congrat- !

cool drink at a cool place at of the Indian River State bank!i FOR SALK CHEAP FOIL C.VSsH. j j Orange and Grapefruit Trees ulations of hosts ol friends follow o

".' MANDY'S. will be held at its rooms on Jan. 3,1 l' Aoont 8S acu-8 of Komi high land on 1; Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high them. --- fj
---- .1 1908, at 3 p. m., for the election of the ca>t or ooan fide of Iltt" Indian rivet hickory hammock. Free from white Valuable Real Estate For Sale f

; Nursery Stock for Sale directors and such other business as at the Narrow, described as follows: Lot ; fly. One year to two year old buds. f

fi Citrus stock on high pine I may be presented. ;,' No. :;, stv"tion C55, also lot No. 3, section : Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully Five acres beautiful building site,
< grown JAS. PRITCHARD 36. m township, couth. range; CV east fronting 10:> feet on west bank of far
... land. Indian River Nurseries, established -I i packed and delivered at Oak Hill
> w. S. BRANNING, President. i!i This land is nnnnprm' l hut finely lo- famed Indian river, lji miles south of
1886. Send for catalogue. cated. For further particular addre-e i, station. J. W. GRIFFIS, Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie Ma-

..? # Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Cashier. 1 j|:i K. M. Low |i Shiloh' Fla. gruder, Box 125, Orlando, Fla. I
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Pecans for Sale Draying j I iI I The Alpine Hotel ; D. Pacignana
of.ill kinds
Draying or hauling
>.' prompt-j! Wood For Sale Titusville Fla. F. A.
:- 300 seedling pecan trees, paper shellS ly attended to. Meets all trains. Store I Losley, man- Shoemaker and repairer, all work first l
variety. Forsaleat25centseach. First wood for sale at all tunes.H. i, Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- 'ager. On the European plan-furnished -iclass and guaranteed. Next door to .
come, first served. A. J. CARTER. E. HOLTON. ing and harrowing. See or address J. ': rooms and quick lunch. Centrally Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street .3'
Turnbull, Fla. Titusville, Fla. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. j located. Titusville. V
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'" :k.:?!ryr.:,':. cent panic. In the reply Aldrich he gave would notice 1 [ PERFEC1WAY
1 that after holidays tHE : J
be prepared to submit the majority's

a remedy. In the course of his remarks ,

IF ; Culberson called President Scores of Florida Citizens Have '1

>. Roosevelt "a menace to the public interests Learned It <:

of the country." Till man wanted "f. .

to know why the president had not If yon suffer from backache,

well the There is one way to cure it. '
turned on the handcuffs as as
The perfect way is to cure the kidneys. s "'
11 JxL:7 :: light lIe compared the clearing house i
: I A bad back means sick kIdneys 1 <4 :
; certificates to the Confederate Neglect it, nnnary troubles folloW. :1 '

: plasters." 'I Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kidneys -
: ?
: only. ">

8, B Lemon.*, cigarmaker. living at f'

: I SCIENTIFIC 'I II 1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla., says; .. .

.; : :::. ... "I used Doan's Kidnev Pills and they ,

-,'. ''' :-:''''::''''''''-'' ''' ''-''' ''r---Y- -.- -, .__ __. _'" __n. n__ _" __",____. ..n.. .' .. .. ', _,_,. .... ._ .....on. .. ,cured me of backache and disot"lJefoCth "I,.

# i of all the output. Maine, New Hampshire sin; labor, Gardner of dew Jersey: Surgeon's Knife Cures Insanity. : kidneys. Two or three times on account -
r' The deepest interest has been arous- :of the'pain in my back I was unable to .:_ '
i EXECUTIVE1y I I the Berkshire hills In Massachusetts military affairs. Hull of Iowa; naval .
I to work for several days. The secretions -J
ed In medical circles over the report go
and the Adirondacks and Gats affairs, Foss of Illinois; postoffice and '
bad .
in -
at of the kidneys were a very ;:.
kills In New York are the sources of post roads, Overstreet of Indiana; rail- from the Bay View Insane asylum 'condition, dark in color and if allowed .'

: .. Fleet Off For Pacific. supply for New York, Boston and ways and canals, Davidson of Wisconsin Baltimore over a novel and apparently I to stand would become of the consistency :.w :

x In the presence of thousands of spec- Philadelphia and even for Baltimoreand ; rivers and harbors Burton of successful effort to cure a certain form of jelly. I tried various rt'medi.takin '':

; '., tators President Roosevelt from the Washington. The swamps of Ohio. of insanity-tLat known to the profession what seemed hikegallonsofinedicineand j

} bridge of the cruiser yacht Mayflower Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota dementia prte<-ox-by cutting I also put on plasters, but nothing helped 'I" :..

; :x at Old Point Comfort. Dec. 16 gave the furnish the markets of Chicago St away a portion of the thyroid gland.In me at all until I got Doan's Kidney ,

signal which started the nation's greatest Paul, Minneapolis and Detroit, while I POLITICAL i the first case operated upon the Improvement Pills upon the advice of a friend of mime, : ,..

4 fleet consisting of sixteen battleshIps the local demand throughout the cen- was very marked within and using them according to directions" <> ;

Lt under the command of Rear Ad- tral west Is mainly supplied by nursery twenty-four hours and of the four they cured me in a very short time
Vanderlip For Central Bank.
miral Robley' D. 'Evans on Its momen- other cases treated three showed a like For sale by all dealers. Price 50 rf>nts. c .
grown Norway spruce. Another word for the central bank .
Foster Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York
and favorable result The was a
? ,? r tous signifif' exception
t Army to Buy Balloon. idea has been spoken by a financier of sole agents for the United States. .
;: cant practicecrulse case extremely far advanced
high standing, Vice President '\ auderlip Remember the nameDoon'sandtake
;.., of 14.000 miles The signal corps of the war department -
r of the big National City Bank of Thrives on Peanut Diet. no othef.I #
;: around the Horn has made public specifications
: New York. He favors a combinationof Dr. T. J. Allen of Aurora 111. recently -
:.. :', : to San Francisco. for the construction of a dirigible bal-
Before the start loon to be used In a series of tests at the branch system of Scotland and finished a food test extendingover

** r ti .;" ja.. Admiral Evans Fort Myer next spring Proposals for the central bank of issue in Germany. sixty dtys1urlng which time he I COMMERCIAL I ;
; lived peanuts and lemonade only
furnishing the balloon will be openedat upon
.came on board the Dahlman Quotes Roosevelt.

f'" .:..$r'" Mayflower: to salute the department on Jan. 15 next The After his return home from Wash He ends the test In fine physical condition Steel Rail Deadlock Broken.

f "..... the president balloon Is to consist of a gas big of Ington Mayor Dahlman of Omaha gaveto He now intends to start on a The announcement of the placing of
s I'v sixty day test of bananas. which, combined
,i Df ,, t,:..iand, give his persona silk to be covered with an aluminium the press a corrected statement of an order for 3.;.oo1) tons of steel railson
with he considers the
f !" peanuts,
t I assurance preparation. The material for the bag his much discussed interview with the 1907 basis by the Erie railroadIs
t > 'i: ideal food. He says: "If people livedon
r ,.,. f that the ships and the hydrogen; with which it will be President Roosevelt According to this, taken to indicate the collapse of the
m peanuts and bananas It would cost
::: 4/ were ready The inflated will be furnished by the government the president said: Tell the boys out and steel rail deadlock particularly as it x
them not than 15 cents
1 more a day.
:,' president received The dimensions and shape of west that this financial panic is being has been followed by the statementthat
; the will be left to the bidders. except they would l>e saved all the trouble of
Admiral Evans. bag
: the salute with placed on my shoulders by reason of practically every railroad in the
fr 'i lifted hat and formally acknowledged that the length must not exceed: the position I have taken. If this is cooking, all the expense of servants.It .. country had placed tentative orders
takes an hour to tat a meal of peanuts
at the words of greeting after which the 120 feet It must be designed to carry true it shows that we are on a rotten for the estimated requirement in steel
: but you can eat the goobers at
:'; two shook hands and other commind- two persons having a combined weightof foundation, and It only came a few rails for 19UJ. The aggregate of the

v" j 'i ;,':" lag officers arrived for the farewell reeptlon. SCO pounds! and at least 100 pounds months sooner than it would Have done your desk or hooch" while you are at estimates is less than that of last year

t .e ':" To all the president spoke the of ballast A speed of 1ventmill's an otherwise, and It shows we needed a work-anywhere. totaling in the neighborhood of 2,400.-

v j cordial and familiar words "Goodby, hour in still air is desired. and the hou'-(clel lng. You can tell them also The Deadly House Fly. ((II) tons.

t- and good luck!" and expressed his scheme of ascending, descending and According to the report of a committee .
y. that I don't care what ex-judges orJudje Could Cut Fares In Two. '

-_ pride in the fleet and the sailors, maintaining equilibrium must doe teasel or governors or governorssay of prominent medical and businessmen According to newspaper declarations ..!
: on shifting; weights: movable planes or appointed by the Merchants' Association
The Mayflower led the four mile
; ." procession about It" Mayor Dahlman says the public !';service commissionfor
' I some method which will not necessitate of New York City to Investigate !-
: of fighting vessels from IIamp- I
Ry2 : that as this! was spoken in the pres- New York city will in its coming
:7: balancing or changing of positionby I the pollution of NeT York harbor.
ton Roads to the Horseshoe Bend of
emv of eight; or ten other persons asa report to the 1 legislature make some
..: the aeronaut The balloon mtl than the common house fly Is one of the
It the Chesapeake flying at its mastheadthe .
message to the west he felt five te rather startling declarations .and MISgesticns
1 blue eagle crested presidential flag all the fittings necessary for sue greatest, enemies! of iran Breeding
give IT out in regard to the railroad companies -
cessftil and continuous flight It will among the sewage deposits In the vicinity -
,; and there turned aside and came to
of the city. It Is hinted for Instance
I -
;1" : anchor while the white clad hips be accepted only after a trial flight to I Ridg:I"s Central Bank Plan. of cities and towns it spreads that the commission will declare

o : : passed in review and out to sea. their be held at Fort Myer next spring : (nptroller of the Currency Ridgely the germs of typhoid fever and other that with capitalization

4; ''; guns!' roaring bands playing and sailors I ill making his report for the year end Intestinal diseases in nJliious. In OUPcase ; the railroads could proper

: ,singing; The fleet {carries 14.OuO f il Oct 31 p'oi! 'Is for the establishment :x single fly was found to have deposited I less than half the fares carry passengersat

officers and men and IK.000.000 pounds I CONGRESSIONALSenate I of n national central l>:n.k of issue andreceive on n gelatin plate in a lalx>ra- and still' make large profits nocharged In to-

of explosives The first ,stop; will 1 he I on the lines of the tory test 100000 feral h:1et'ria The tali: the biiMress for the
ig up yearendd
.. Trinidad where the torpedo feet Committees Arranged.In I Bank of I''ranee, with such other mod rei*>rt urges; as the only means bv Tune: 3') it:1S found that the receipt -

which started in ificat.ons of our system as will give which the evil can !Ile removed the
advance already
* the senate the committees have s of all the New York city com
I greater elasticity: The fault of the strict enforcement of the laws against;
awaits the of
coming the battleships l been hanged so as to fill vacaucies panics e ,fol ... .
Prior to the departure .Admiral \'ai1!' present system in his opinion, is that pollution. expenses year
and mike places for the new ml'mllers. lot:!I operating for the
In tines of the funds deI -
jl had given to the press in writing a Knox goes ,to the front as l'SIK"t'h..1.: : emergency were <=>7013-C2::: leaving a balance of
I :eil in the reserve and ventral reserve -
"- farewell message; to the people of the bv Il('<"Omil1g chairman of the ales IMJSI MISCELLANEOUS I $ ,n ..H.
United States, conveying his appieciation i titles are not always surelyavailalie.
committee. where he will hive the
r x, .\ of the interest shown in the fleet'se duty of defending the legality of the !
movements and referring to the trip the i, to issue notes :against en Jits woti'd! Mine Explosion Kills Fifty. President George J. Whelan of the
measures proposed by majority.
as a great "pru.tiee cruise to \Uit our Other iniTNirtnnt. ( auships are: [ be thinks, oinu! that ilitlult.v Hej .V pas and dust explosion In a mineat United Cigar Stores- company: when on

!. friends and supporters on the Pacific I j would have the kink 1 : controlled bv the YOim.ll'1:1., .. De-c 11; caused the the stand in the government's suit
\P\lpriatitln; : _Allison; fiaalll'111-
coast" In closing he some hint !' government and the majontv of shires death tf sixty: : men and the injury ofa against them!?nein Tobacco company -
c <'!'i. foreign relations, Cullom; interstate -
ned bv the other binl-s in testified that the had
about possible diversion to the far ov\ |proper- score company
Llkins. naval affairs.Ilale .
tion to their capital, directors to II"t paid a U per cent dividend in ItHW, :0
east that the
i, by saying If commander : postoiSici's. Penrose, and Philii- The Biggest;!:: : ; Schooner Wrecked.
in chief should decide to send them"on pmes. Ixxlge !!chosen in the proportion of two-thirds) : The schooner Thomas W. Lawson.the I peer cent in 190U and 40 per cent in

j bv' shareholder and one-third bv the 1907Chamberlain's.
mission of and od will .
a iace gi first and oaly seven masted vesselin
*" Gore Draws Short Term. ; government awl the pro:its alcove 3 -1, __ _____ 'p
i to the nations of the oilier hemisphere"the the world was wrecked on the
Ikfure the swearing in of the two i! III'I rent to to th, gnerni.ieiitHe .
r same interest would! follow them I.'r go rocks of the Hilly Wands Dec. 13. the Cough Remedy a Saf
,' m 1 new Mintors from the new state of : would not :11111tilt' bulk to doa Medicine for ChildrenIn
there Later wireless sail
j i : a message captain being saved, but many of the
Oki ihu:.1:1 they drew lots in the >. general < rent bu :Intws. but
. the admiral had made known orders pre ; ( omi i' > trevvlieing lint. bijinsa cough medicine! for children -

.. ; to return via buez. e:u"{"'of the senate to determine whMisi I wouid foiline it to the t u:mces of thei next l>e afraid to buy Chamber- .

:on Id hive the long tens and which j i government Death cf Colonel Coyar.! lain's \npli Remedy There is no dancer f

'S : :. Letters to Santa Claus. the short The Mind senator Gore i i The comptroller also urges that the olonel .V.. S. Co'yar.! the noted jurist from it, awl relief is always ftire to 4*.

;, The postmaster general has made drew the boo year term and sniihn;:iv 1 limit on the monthly retirement! of turremv and author who was n member of the follow. It ill intended especially| for '

___ public his annual (proeluBat'on t-ou isratiilatt-d;: his o>lk': ;:"(". Senator ; I Ifc moved iH"ikn g of the ('"nfl -ll'rttc congress though oppoyd "II1_h!', cold, croup litter and whoopmgcoujjh, : *r
anti there i is
corning ante Claus! in to secession died his Nash no medicine in the
.. Past years ()%vcn. 'allie. 1-e says n was worse among at home in :
world for times}
< It is
a letters directed to Santa Hans have Mile Tern. Dec 13 at the ofninety. not only a
;: the banks thin ua' the people" and
iig certain for
Y The WiIlia""S-De: Armond Fight.Iepn'setitatius ( dire croup, hut, when given
been sent to the dead litter and .
that it i:':nist>l ,1ir.octltl\ the :11 sonn0 the rough willpr"'f'nt
: .J1>1111'hlrp Vilhili reiipv appear
wherever prittcaLIe returned tl' tinsenders ; irdmgof b inks, .\ct' Mire Kills 200. the. 'k.
F ;" of Mississippi i anti I>:ivid .\. IHVrr'ond : on by congress Explosion atta( \\"I'oopin' cough i is
He wendirects tint th t,' of Missouri f-iMlt-d :i div 'rn if any. should! IK taken soon. On Doe 10 an explosion occurred at not dangerous When tin remedy- is given
t letters 1*> uirned over bv n* ; dirnted It
may any as contains .
4 ,.. '!. :'I the hoiiM of rt pre"cut:itive-s bv ; Corte'you! Denies It All. he DTT !mine of the Pitt burg Coal other no opium or
i ceivmg IIt''t1-'tcr to any regular;v harmful (drng, and mac W given aconfittently -
r uA"ii: in a ronc'i! and ttuu' :e fist The repi'rts of delegate; hunting for ('()ml':'tJy which i, lelieved to have to a Irabv Jj
orraaiae"1 charity !o'.j\.t: in the <'ii> a* to an adult For
or town of ldvs, tn U used eict: ; '1.t;! 5 fnie'it i '1 l'- after the idi :;ni' ', the Hei>ubi.<-iii in>ninuti"n on the third killed ;.NITly.I) men, as of that mml sale by Banner Drop; Store and Titn \ille

sivelj for phdlatllr0ide) i pi.!ji' es. The :teat's. the S,,:-'iaa. Tile tro'iWe aroe'Iin : term M-atineut hnaitv became v) per'stent er u the mine only two escaped Efforts 1''1.\fn.IH"Y.

terms of the Order onda: there dif :i, 'vh a*> alteration over a commit :. that aeN're::iry Cortelyou issued are being made to recover the ,

;- n..Umj'l'th': to htttr. allnMd .f"<.' a:: !;;:ia: ''it. during \ it is a urinal d('nnl. IM>> '. 1;. saying' that txxTieFata f

wx'f' to .ant;: ("la as: as it is found that the ;rI i '. t Iw He pa>-(-d, he has not lieeu a l'rlJ11i\1rfc "f< r anvi TJarjazine Explosion. CASTORIA

name Kris Kri'i:;leapj :irs in various! Tswncy to Ds V.stihclon thing:: but the confidence of the people: Hundred\ of lives were reported I lost'

.: I city e1i:-eciorus. ':'''':l1.1' (':unu a's arrangement fir In tlie eliM.Ii.trge of his du'ies" amt that from the explosion of a powder magazine For Infants and Children.

/' : neither he tar his friends dire..tlv or nt 1'iermo.: Dec. 10
i.t I A 2COCO Ten catteship: Sec, in. tire 'U'.ttnntiUt... on nPI.ropn=atl.qI S.cily The Kind You Have Always Bought .

iL; At the j.: Vs of the Tore Itiver i Ilil" I (fI!:'" !'.: THWTV ..f MiMxxfTii at its : indirectly httrft.
I liuildin: c-oipanw. t,edgeMas.. ., DC*.. h ,1! ai-J 1.11111-","n of /msr-a: IH the |I support for a:iv "':viiiIatt' n'>r sough V.T a Jvo month trip abroad. Bears theSignature .
to uifineure i.iove:ueuJs iu Li,< interest 1I#
10 was laid the: keel i o. w i> JIclunt".1! riak: !4 I-mo.-rut. Ttw'I' has -me !, dttvvludi! :: : ho oiiemtl the first i'iliph'e ofFRIEND ira
If iu Cn.lli'h.. detiites to &Itandi. ,
I to toe tie :largi t tcittletap: jet rJIel Ems.smut 1II4nmnaf for Ilf" ); .. istoniuiv and was warmly re.h'.1 -
: .
l 4:1. *"ran.. oa <- '. 1M- v:;t-s. he wilt tJ..etr.t..i ,
.1 i to the United Slates! nary the NoriU.Dakoti. ".; : '" I"io-: ;. uf p treleat- : ( .T: 1 JUluett'll by the high offi4..ia t

,; 'i., hAt'ht V: hich 1 tb. t" say M> and ho f\v thegr''nnds I of soenl nations
JJ P! ot :VI.MS toi di i>! ; ;; including the
: .th whi ;
; P It is e\iktte thatt:1! : 3 a month t :." ...'. Y speaker was tn.n',11 mlk:i lo of Japan and thezar of Uussi -

U there vvi'I! doe 1J*)> men at work onI ;t.:' \. to fn'emr'i I This stii k u)o'nl is g-neTillv taken* to i:;. v,','i'''tray of \\ar William II. Taft tt
tta of the f
mem colfalete ortdyoaAldrren 1liven.
%I Wt: the vessel I. and It will: i>e eo.npVted! ia _:a;> Ill" the na..tniL'o;t : arrived in New York Dec 2) on the

: three jt;irs. 1 -.MIIftr..r the Iljinburcnwicaii steamer President
\+ ;- tn'a'urd'1rjn'! tl1.' ; Defy Cavernar. Onirt During the final stage; of his
:: Christmas Trees > .
; a ;a'- (".. l lire flC ':mi I" .'.rc"- TLe a'd'nu 'a of the boro-irrh of jouri his aced mother passed awayat

; t In di-cu--uu the (enett nn tLe forests -. lua statcnrrnt'hair- 'Ilnl.aa;:. :\.,:\ lark dlY.'irUIt.II hr home In Ohio

of t1;e country h v' theu: !
reamkedr11nq' and also
maw Tawu-y re- : ilnglie
Sufra cttss In
t America.
... Christmas ti"e s. of which it Is ( timat.1 Tawr-ey. f.'en"1 fA tiesti;: flavorI# ''('!i.n hy re-electm 4olmP. : i im

r' etl tll,1I1..1111).1,(>!' are used each jear.Iiffotl ,! mat, s for the n",t )"{''"XT"'n.'t be. ; .\he:-ru ;1 is pnlei>t of the bonnuh With. the iatrrnla -tion of Mrs Cobden -
I Saiu'erson. leader of the suffragettes
f ( Pi'u'iot. aited State forest In, :: .1".f.n4"1": the estimates far an oilier fn>m which lie had l been removed

.. t'r.a"s that the effect is infinitesimal few t, In Engftnd! loan Vmerican audicnev .
h. ',1: test : 'ir and s ti.I this 'otaM .1 days before T (governorHnzlic
coir i'a r*I with the de:,< n:cti<.>n ean l : ,,,.. o' woman nffragi.sts at Cooper
mn n d- fi -it of {.I""tIJI.. hence 11 1e v W::s "I fa t':. The 1

j i by forest file's lid wasteful luml>erIm : lh i:" essay cf ri,M et on rv and the rnln <.f the! t.iivor lint! .\h"am.1" I Onion New Yurko the suffragette movement f ,fl

: If plauted four feet apart there : avoid'tnee nf nev' enterprises.; In '!'izs'iV* ror re-elertioti was nvenmlde was thought to be grafted upon
I ,the United
t trees( would lie crown 011 I less than Later tbp -i?'aker: rn j.mnce-1 his! v.;iri : i by an '.;'iUly! emphatic vote I Mates.

1-1(10 acres lIe says that trees suitable I "'is t,'::ji.littt e r:'s.;::! <'ilto:, other Im :. -- -- ----
Minorriy on the Aggcssive.Ijeuler .
t for Christmas trees do not crow ': pnrtmt t'halrnmrshtI's l<*si.z afol- :i I The Joy
Crllierson of the senate ni .
in the old forests:. where reproduction : lowsvavs and means Payne of :New r of living i* to have root l health. I .*. !!.!rbineand -
followed/ the
: n'rity attack the
j I is most important but In the open, I York: :JstMtiltcre Seatt cf Itn-:1S: : np on i you will have "u-ln-;JQ ,>f j\ .
and there 1 Is reason for an hi.:tin n e-Mre> of the atll/imtistra-: \niliufd tiotbe hint. fretful and) have TO FRIEND.The
no more ''c.>!in';!o. weights and rirai-'re. Me I .
ti n !Iviu Itv Tll'iun! with his deic I tint bad taste in'our
outcry against using land to grow I Knlev: of Illinois forvinaliiir; >. ('on..- mouth Try a
i Christmas trees than to flowers. I ;in.1 for :i cotiplete investigation! of l bottle f I JJ'rhinl>, a j..)>.itive tire f.r"all personal recommendations of .
grow and tntrn.lizatlon people
of Iowa immigration .
1 e lin" : tii,.! whale tnintlal !'t'm.Idrkh.. !liver o mp'aint! E. II a rrt'IIm.tin, who have been
Mr Pinchot the center cured of and
to ,
According insular coughs
unwell of New Jersey:
oa the other !Iii'id speaking fur the Texas; write: "I have used H<'rbme f>rover colds
of the Christmas tree Industry lies In afifairs Cooper of Wisconsin. Interstate I a year, and find it a fine regulator I by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
I majority. onHr-eil sash a vvidv' inquiryan
the big; cities of the east New York and foreign commerce, Hepbarn 1la.1h' r"cOIllllwn.1 1 it an tine inedinne have done more than all else to make it a
ill..htt11 ,
: + n Jvetpii., it doviii to the
city and the New England states con of Iowa; judiciary( Jenkinof \\Ncoa- for dv! !'pe| i u" S old bv Banner Drug I staple article of trade and commerce over i
stKcific measures taken during the
I {
statue 00.000 trees, or nearly one-halt i tore and Titu'viIIe! Pharmacy 1 a large part of the emitted world. I Ie.


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4 3 t} .. 3& FRIDAY JANUARY ;. 1908 THE FLORIDA STAR 3.1

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.:tf hEWS The grand Jury at Tampa reported HUNDREDS HERB WILL Of Interest to Teddy. Women. Who Wear WelL -

; no true bill In the case of Will Hobbs
( It Is how
Tampa Tribune.1 astonishing
.... 1 great a change a
> .,.<, ." who killed Thomas House at Plant few yean of married life often make In
.i> ; WELCOME THE ADVICE With the death of Mrs. Emeline '
; .i:;;"'AE 'IK'.FAIR FLORIDA City Monday afternoon of last week, MIley, of Lake Thonotosassa, last the appearance and disposition of many F'

( :t with billiard women. The freshness, the charm, the .
it decided
' : t a cue, being Pat It In Some Safe Place, for It May week, one of the pioneers of that section brilliance vanish like the bloom from a

1f:: .r Is:Being Done Towards the De- the killing was done.ln self-defense.. ,I passed away at a ripe Old ag9.Mrs. peach which is rudely handled. The

The construction force of the F. R Come In Handy Some Day Miley was born in Georgia in 1813 matron is only a dim shadow a faint echo

f.i yelopment of the Peninsula C. Hotel Co., Electric Light Depart Here is a simple home-made 'mixtureas She settled at Lake Thonotosausi of the charming maiden. There are two
for this
reasons change Ignorance and
I' ;;:\fj.; :. rTlie State Railroad Commission has ment is busily engaged in hangingthe given by an eminent authority on ooon after the war between the states neglect. Few
young women appreciate t
diseases who makes the statement
' :ordered the erection of a new union strings of electric lights across in and lived near the lake until her death. the shock to the system through the
New York
' a daily newspaper,
.;'" .j d, t.. .. station'at Live Oak. the business section of 12th street ant that it will relieve almost any case of Mrs. .Miley was the head of the largest change which comes with marriage and

i I A fine new pipe organ costing $3,500 I will have the work' completed withina kidney trouble if taken before the stageof family In Hillsborough county, a. motherhood. Many neglect to deal with

.. ,: hats been Installed i few days. This work is in accord- Bright's disease. He states that such family record that would cause Brea- the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak-
in the Congregational nesses which too often with
;( symptoms as lame back pain in the side come marriage
: church in Daytona. ance with the agreement of the business frequent desire to urinate especially at Ident Roosevelt to smile more broadly and motherhood,not understanding

The next state conference of the men of 12th street who have contributed night; painful and discolored urination than ever should he hear of it and that this secret drain is robbing the cheekof

certain sums to defray the expenses are readily overcome. Here is the recipe; cause him to utter his favorite word. its freshness and the form of Its
Methodist church, South, will meet at it fairness.As .
try : "
of lighting the city's main dee-lighted, with even more emt>p,-
a Miami the Thursday before the second Fluid Extract Dandelion, onehalfounce surely as the general health suffers
street at night and reminds one of sis than is his wout.
when there is deH
Sunday In December 1908. ; Compound Kargon one ounce; jement of the healthof
Broadway, New York with its great Compound Syrup Sarsaparrilla, three Mrs. Miley was married once. She the delicate woma organs, so surely

One of the famous Palm Beach hotels midnight sun.-Miami Metropolis. ounces. Take a teaspoonful after each had 13 cnildren. Two sons were killed wh organs are ta.bllshed ia

The Breakers was opened for the meal and at bedtime. beilb tberweanA, jtVaTWe witnessto
tne Civil
q in Children surviv-
Saturday last some small boys discovered i A well-known druggist here in townis the actin reuJfrtd -
season last with E.. come lit1!
Saturday Mr. H. : ner are Mrs. J. J. Barrow of Tampa a
ag -
a barrel of what they supposed authority that these ingredients: are million women have found health and

Bemis and Mr. Leland Sterry in charge to be cider on the lake shore just all harmless and easily mixed at home by ; Mrs. M. M. Davis of Harney; Mrs. happiness in the use of Dr. Pterco's Favorite -

1 The newspaper men of Manatee north of town. They notified MaJ. shaking well in a bottle. This mixture Giddens, of Peru; M. M. Miley and Prescription. It makes weak women -
has a peculiar healing, and soothing effect
county have formed a county press as- Bellamy of the find and he went thereto upon tile entire kidney and urinary H. H. Miley: of Lake Thonotosassa strong and sick women welL Ingredi-
ents on label-contains
sociation and have increased the subscription investigate and found fifty gallons structure and often overcomes the worst and S. A. Miley, of Settner. harmful habit no alcohol or
-forming drugs. Made
w rates from $1.00 to $1.50 a of Christmas booze. The question of forms of rheumatism" in just a little Alter the death of their mother some wholly of those native, American, medic-
while. This mixture is said! to remove
year. uf these sons and daughters attempted inal roots most highly recommended by
ownership was discussed when Sheriff all blood disorders and care the rheumatism r

At Live Oak last Tuesday Emmett Carter turned it over to the railroad by. forcing the kidneys to filter and lO compute the exact number ct grant leading schools medical of authorities practice for of the all the cure several of-

Hires was sentenced to twelve months company on the supposition that it had strain from the blood and system all uric children who survive the deceased, together woman's peculiar ailments. ,
acid and foul, decompose waste matter, For nursing mother'sorforthosebroken- i
in. the State prison, after having been rolled out of a car while a train was which cause these afflictions. Try it if with great grandchildren and down in health by too frequent bearing of

convicted .of the charge of illegal selling rounding the curve. Special Agen you aren't well. Save the prescription. greatgreatgrandchildren.The children also for the expectant coming '
t children approximate that Mrs. to prepare the system for the
; of liquor. {Harden arrived here Sunday morninl- baby and making its advent easy and

Captain J. F. Jaudon has resignedhis and tried to trace the ownership, bui Tampa's Cigar Industry. ililey had 70 grandchildren 25 great almost painless, there is no medicine quite

grandchildren, and six great-great- so good "Favorite Prescription.
command as head of the Miami Rifles failed. The barrel has since bee (Tribune.) can do no harm in any condition of the

; leaking," while men in town have grandchildren nearly all of her lineal system. It is a most potent invigorating
Florida State and has
the of
Tampa even shipments tonic and strengthening nervine
I descent being residents of Hillsbor- nicely
been succeeded by First Lieutenant G. i been correspondingly getting "full. Saturday-which are by far the heavIest adapted to woman's delicate sysUm by a

Duncan Brossier. and if the thing keeps up only the ough county.A physician of large experience in The treatment -
of any day in the week-not recorded of woman's ailments.
bung hole of the barrel will be left as peculiar
L" Christopher J.. Turner, a Jacksonville this week passed the record In Wondeful HappeningPort Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter
a souvenir.-Inverness Chronicle. free of charge Address. R.V. Pierce
grocer committed suicide Wednesday cigar shipments of 1906 by a margin of Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,

rt \ night by closing all the openIngs Considerable interest was centered ICO.OOO, and Is now rushing on the of the most remarkable cases of healing Buffalo N. Y. '

: about the preliminary hearing of W. P. ever recorded. Amos F. King: of that
i in his bed room and turning on way to show an increase of millions "Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
Sloan the first of the week in the matter place says:
He 43 old. before 190S knocks at the city's door.
W the gas. was years cured a sore on my leg with which I had

r, At the next regular meeting of the of shooting D. I. Roberts at Fort The record for 1906 was 277.C30.000 suffered over 80 years. I am now eighty- Building The Mostraluabl Books ever St PubUihed.RUDDER of Yacht..*Bout- "

Drum a few weeks ago. Mr. Sloan cigars shipped while up to Friday five." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by
city council of Daytona an ordinance
Banner Drug Store anti Titaaville Phar
was represented by F. L. ,
night of the present week the sum total r
will be Introduced providing for .bondt macy. 25c.
Fort Pierce assisted by Robt. H. of 278,190,000 had been reached. HOW-TO BOOKSOver
Ing for $50,000, more or less for improving -

the fire protection of Daytona Seymour of Miami. Judge Otis R. the special package cars in which cigars St. Petersburg Proposed Bond issue. boats have been built from the fines .
t Parker and A, D. Penny conducted the printed in these books-Successfully sailed< to
are shipped each Saturday, left
and the city waterworks. An ordinance has been passed by every clime and upon every sea-Fun detail
prosecution. Some time was consumed yesterday, the shipments for the week drawing of aH parts, showing what it b and
Deputy Sherifc Knight of Green Cow the city council of St. Petersburg providing how to nuke it-Text extremely! sample
in examining the witnesses. D. I. were naturally much larger than the for bond issue of SO a $ onwhich :
Springs was -shot and killed in tha\ HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
Roberts the wounded man contended record made to Friday 1,250,000. Owing the voters will their 16 foot.cow ntboJat..n,tnj to build;frame all b om
town Wednesday night by Ed Lewis express ap sweep; font naaf Wat(or.b..r t.lean*.
t' that he was not aware of Sloan's pres- to the rush of business in the various -
proval or disapproval on Tuesday December
alias Lean Boy alias Candy Boy a HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
ance until the firing commenced, and freight and express offices of the 31st. The objects of the issue Cite boat fnr mflrmooa ..:Jmll of kBortov: .-* b
bad negro. Lewis is described as a unprovok i..I-"i-r tlMhrniM"crifH I wbn..r fault;sloop sear
that the attack was entirely city shipment reports for Saturday follows nlf i full p:as ud pit-tares ot cunplrtcd boat
are as :
6-foot negro about 30 years old, weighs the introduc- HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
ed. The defense waived
could not be secured. It is believed .
150 small For erecting a public school bclldlna Most ,......,..1 nri>< aarliiiw e'er intgttii t a pia
about pounds and wears a
tion of Judge Fee wino, hi AILCIRX,&x uj Australia to build ek
J evidence whereupon < that the day's shipments would have ?23,000. la...wrtkHOW ; Cur | -
moustache. He made his an
J escape bound Sloan over to the circuit court, placed the record of the week consider For purchasing water-front lot. TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
has not yet been apprehended.f timl'Jo.tnL: showing bow'o nMtractaUaa4
placing him under a $300 bond which
which shows the
ably beyond 3,000,000 _
$16,000. bun tor we wan say or !*ver ether plan*.

?;.',, Captain George LaFayette Dancy 'Yas promptly furnished.-Fort Pierce manner in which work has been rushedat For deepening and improving the HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

28 years of age, a prominent young Xt' one a:l arwn of the factories even to the ...
many up present channel leading to the ba/ lailer; aitUe iwr .Iow waUn.
fj' resident of Jacksonville died at his young man by the name of S. E. very eve of Christmas. HOW-TO BUILD SHOAL.DRAUGHT.LOO'A
$9,000. ew..r littfe zed ag brat,with Bod.rmt*.r.rhaa(.mm.
f home in that city last Wednesday. The Jones was convicted in the circuit Conservative persons estimate that For sewer extension, J5.0CO. U..M1.,Iaa.

ift funeral on Thursday was largely at court this week of robbing the ware- the record for the year will be something For HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPItEa
street crossings, $4,000. .. .
to MiU:*Tw lriB ;Xrmight:jas&tben-aftf. a hoi
tended the Metropolitan Grays, Flor house at Sparr. All he seems to have like 292,000,000 which will be remarkable For purchasing that portion of iae to beau
ida State Troops, of which he was the stolen or at least all that was foun fin HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT. 1 1Ae.mpRtedenptm.1bowtobuild :
in view of the high prices of
city lake not now owned by the city model.;also.... Jf ;4
r ,organizer and first captain, being in his possession was some unsigne tobacco caused by the drouth In Cuba. and for Improving the water supply. ar.te aai.. ra ftatPRICE.B1l m.dei.. n

the funeral procession to St. Johns tickets. He convicted
railway was financial depression following the re ;12,00. $1. EACH J
'. Episcopal church and Evergreen cem and sentenced to a fine of $100 or -
cent panic and other adverse conditions For widening Central avenue aa iSevenih PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANTWHtMC :

: etery. to serve a term of six months' in the that have recently prevailed. street, south, 9000. Bound in cloth-,CoU lettering-Size of pag. I :I

N.ow that the work on the Long Key county jail. Judge Bullock wrote ntoyching Tampa expected this year to makea 9 by 12 inches Large,clearly-drawn plans. t

letter to the man's: Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. }
viaduct is practically completed, some young mark of 350,000,000, but the accom .,
Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf I a MUAIIA STRICT NEW YORK. U. S. A ,
him the finE"and
father to
of the vessels which have been used on and begged pay plUhment of this gigantic task was of "

v send for the young man. Th your blood is impure, thin, diseased, &*d pottat fnr Catalogue of Books for ,
IK,.. the work will be.laid up for a while course, prevented by the condition I'achtiman's Library ;. J.t .
hot or full of humors, if base blood \
who resides in South
father, mentioned. I .
The large freight steamer Theopholis
poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, .
I It from the works and wired the officials to buy his son a scrofula itching risings and
came up yesterday i eczema, ,
t': was moored in the channel near the I ticket and draw on him for the amount Long Live the King: 11is bumps, :scabby, pimply skin, I hone pains!" jsEi

f. terminal dock. The steamer J. II of> the ticket and costs of court. The i the popular cry throughout European catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or f
skin disease, take Botanic Blood Hahn t t Forfresll- I
oenntriewhite in America the of
L. Stout will aiso be sent here within a young man left rejoicing last night the present day is "Long linHr. Kin rry:'' (II 1:. K. ), 'n\11 sores heal aches ;r y.. nessparitvawlreliM I
and will spend his Christmas at home blood ablhtyrerrJ $Seeds
fX' and pains stnn and the is made
have been
These vessels
-day or two. New Discovery, king: of throat and lang ,vi are in a cLiss by them
of in the i'ure and rich. Druimists or by :. :yt; ..
employed in carrying cement and other with his parents, instead'lil"flf! which Mrs. Julia Kyder express :-,,. i; selves.bavecon5dencea Farmer ,
i I l"Ottle. : free writ
$ larg" Sample hy
t Banner. 1'aine Tniro Mass "It per ,,
phosphate camps.-Ocala say: never -'..l
materials from Key West to the extension ins UJood Balm (Si., Atlanta, (ia. 15. HIt : I ; indcembreanx
; : ails! to give immediate relief and to quirky :tqj2 .i<}e they know theycai f
here While coming the canal Tues-lav advised for clironir: :..
i works and will be kept i up ; cure a cough or cold. Mrs.( I'aine's is especially derpKnUd k ;.. e v : reiieJ upon
: .
t until needed again.Miami Metropolis'' morning the schooner Mount Vernon opinion is shared] by a majority of the inhabitants case". as it cures after all else fails.! '' .L"*.: til e ;< ment llOu'te1vcn.with cheap !

. collided with the schooner S. H, Ma'- of this t.'tluntrt'w Discovery -- b. ,<,:t 1... seed*-your sure .;I
St. Petersburg sustained a $11,500; curt s \\eaklnr.ts and ;"IrttlIHits after: For Over Sixty Years f .. .V tyta"'lubuynt ;
lory, and both vessels were considerably '. aee.t.seotoutb/
, fire loss early Thursday morning he"j I all other remedies have failed; and fort I Mrs. Windows'! :Soothing :Synip hash -....: #I.\ \\5 iii a eon:icntiola A1-:
The Mallory was outward
the Colonial, a large winter hotel an damaged. nmgfis and colds it's the only wire cure I ,-en n<*>d for over !sixty years by millions ,, 'i.-/ ant trastwortJliotise.. :/
bound and was in tow of th> ln;: Guaranteed by !].tuna Drug :Store :Ht,1Titn'iJI. their children while. .. thinj. -
... the fine home of H. Dickens, were loi mothers for t(- .o ; J Ferry's Seed Annual
-. and *l tH).
>; Hustler and was making but little Pharniary.VX with jHTt'ect SIlCC"'ss. It ioothestichild -- .. .,alt., :nr'ea nt.tI.l r- a
f The loss on the Colonial Trial li ttle; free.Dredging. Obi.kserECPCtuslttfak .
destroyed. )
I soften the all aZs' I
headway: on account of the strong tU pirns, a'lays pain,
t t is $33,000; and on the Dickens: home is cures wind colic, and is the best remiih

1 ;. $3.500.: It was only by hard work that For )unknown reason the Mallorynttemptorl Flakier Channel I! fr tIl\rrh,1t'a. It will relieve the IHMIlitttesuirer ;- 50 YEARS' ,

., to pass on the windward *'r ...liately. :Sold t.y dru_' "f EXPERIENCE

the fire department saved: several nth side of the Mount Vernon, an.i the cai; The work of dredging:: out the ilaz I :!:ists in every part of the wr>rl.l. 1 -nty .

er residences from the flnmps. Preparations time sheeroff. 't'r channel at the sea end of it, whicn five Wilts' a iHittle I;.' "llie and ak fur I -
: had
tarn of that vesso no
j were being made to ojvn th- tier Mona' is being done! by the dredge Gnimpu j 'fir<. 1tins1.t' :>..i>jhing; Synr; ." :uinft t
Th0 starboard site of : .
C.V.. ; t'-e'0' -r kin-t.! I.'iat tntw .i! II'Ot..r
Colonial which was owned by tinier th > direction of White. r
Vernon wa ; badly torn an.) the for. Capt. <; j! t th!< food and .Irn-- a.'t.' :;0111. tNM;,
i Baxter of Grand KapiJs. )lich on Sunday the Miami ..... .j
rigging wa almost carried away steamer is quitean niitl-:: ':il uru'lt'fItI\ : .
next, and a most successful: : season TRADE I tAFiKSe
Inking and will take several vr:''ks to ; r
What damage was done to the Mal'ory
was anticipated. The fire originated ; complete. Owing to the general: shal l r COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS Ac."J .
is tot exactly known as she continued HANDY MOTH PAPERI
in tJu kitchen and was ;xissiblr '.'trcess of this channel and the forma j Anvnnr i lit a ket< .u a dsen. mar
after tte accident. Temporan .
( !l Ktj AIU .n nor i;>m. fry > : r.i.
due to the carelessness of some person ion of sued bars ia it the steamers of i itlie I .
tl'1t h.utt 1 I'la d!
impairs will be nade on the motli'erUid' < --' Gtlit r;. r v i ILt:; r.nk' nltteutt
employed to arrange for the owning.Kensper's P. & O. S. S. Line, frequently harp |! uti'Ier.'trtN't-UI l in for f..j.l l, Ut 1'i'! .!It.\\ ..I"r!h.I ; -: at' 5un- pat,., .
Vernon her bee, aaj a- l' .
daring stay . -n Ifip..iti Mui.ii S > receive
installed r liScnlty:: in getting in and oat by goin;: j jLt I in" it rivs away timtiit worry Tv- vih i- i z1 n"'i.v, wt!b >ut, m the .1.1.r
shop has .a'I.-t .
barber with he .
the dalD3 !' will not interfere ; fts in a rarri.;, ln'I'aid' li> cvilr > ?>
an electric emiurator, which is a novel returning to K.-y; \\ ,.5t. p:':- ltt't:: reprirs : ?rrnnl and it is for the purpose o I, Six i pai'kt't-tii.-nt-if.1r'I2.: '-t .J....-,,> lii\. it cni

for ancouncin;; the eus.r : v.iM i }l"n. ,' ':!1',1:1: ;\1."III.nHlr1" Syorl.'ei.rtl.nt, Sl. l hnA:. : k 1 nwt ..ItriY'u'lifl
device t---I o'iarkrnt ilr lou.4 : ; ;;;:.: :: ;;: t7.; ..::. rn.*. |t aCURE t.r
nier's turn in the chair. On putt '.n : N.-v. .-!>, (I: L :. >r : 1 r no,,' h..fL '< '.11'j 'II r. ...." :"K:"" .

each customer is given a ticket or. -v.-vje: tide: that the work is IH-'UL- f9 < fY. t'! ;s.:::: :. 1-

I. : .
number is dsplav.l.VKT. 1 i. .\ ilisr n.ce of atxmt om tlio.i ; ia,1'.t: i

which a ___ __ __ t
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'. the wants of one has been button attended, which to: ; i: : ..: :',-15 !n that distance tit! .... t'y .: ".ac p:a -1'0-a ...- P."U 't:d .Ti t..1 !
the barber pushts a .
sDlls ,
the next mm 1fltb I r :'wy.: The generalid'h ::". T1iv' -vN.-)
rings a boI! and pnsh.'s (
ber in place. The tm* holding thonumber ..i.iu-1 will be about 12 i\"t..t. TIIs :-. \.

displaced i* next in the chair. :.:I' i being tended by the tius. fJ: tI ;

The indicator U the top of the mirror TC3: TORPID LIVER. i .. "(;! and quite a number of m 'a :1.I' : f..Ioy.\.I\.1 '" 0"1.... .< ireasntr, : : .. WJ.t" ,.:,.N,'e n.roC: I WITH 1 e1hr, t,7A:Uiow i i 3 t

\ torpid luer deranges the whole 11 n ....J.-Miami News-Hecon .
time who i b I .
shows distinctly each just r.1AGIC.1HITE SOAP. trI.-
t s;star, and produces I' *ty :.
j t
The indicator will count up to Iran ;\1.. : r "' 1 so. e.i 1. er.. irate: them in I R S
next. .UEADACtiE ...,,. tj
S Cii I .. i .. 1 :lI q .
; the ion The Price of Peace aa' r.o' ;.rn wo+ : > .r<3 ; .,
!. 99 and a double 00 registers Lv spopstti Costliness, Rheu- L' t. .,'.....' '.... if ;.0'1 a"t! \' d" tt BITt: rln::"
it starts at 1 again and i is > The terrible itchinu and smarting incif.t ; O\t'. WI.: :WT1 ey :1" !I.a.:1ha.,r.O rminI ; fOn COUftHI! S:;., << I.fn
mark, then Skin and Pile ..
! aatism, Sallow I I 1eri.tveLuwsotp. Get II.r 'rtoorderor
the '!" : Certain skin tli.t"i.isa'.nx"t iitai'T'y '- I. .. T'IlIE"itrre
same ,
automaticallthwuh for these ';'.1 r. ft I' f 'r I "'e of It" ;C". .akei.:
driven There is no better remedy : JluniJwr- i AKO AIL THROAT Ai
i allayed by .i;p\in;: We i'ay for rrirt. dare the wraypera DLUW TROUBLES.
r until it reaches the limit= common diseases than DR. TITT'S Iain's dve.! I'rcf2. cents., For sale by:
: performance St. Petersburg LIVER PILLS, as a trial will prote.Tco I1 ; : gigot I MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld GU4.F. TEED :\.rrJSFAC; C?.
f and is turned back.- Ttlt"'iPft:1rtnlt"Y\: I .iniurr DiUi e
again OR MO1IEY HEFTJKDSD.4tl': .
r.' Independent. No Substitute. lnJ all:: tIrukt: =. New Orleans La. .." .... _." 'no.'J..

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THE FLORIDA STAR addition, a tax upon the masses for -
the benefit the few. The forming .
of taxes in France, before the revolution
Entered at the postoffee atTiturrille M.
4eeond-cUu mail ma er. was no more iniquitous thanis
} our present tariff system. Nine-
r SUBSCRIPTION 91JM PER ANNUMAdvartUlBC teen hundred and eight will be a -t-
A memorable year for the struggle; of

_, "tei raralsbed on equal right and American ideals; the 11I
Application. year will see tariff reform accomplished ; :
or well under way,for if the present -
' )@ Kill 8.Wager Editor!: and Publisher. congress does not at the present
session make substantial reductions !
November will elect
w,..; ha; people in ,
t those pledged to do so. .A .
The Gainesville Sun says that J. N. *
What Governor Johnson says on
C. Stockton who built up the present -
7 public questions is worth more thana
crowd in the political saddle
lk passing notice because he is one of 3 ',\
Y <
"overlooked" r.
seems to have been by S'S S
the possibilities for
= the governor, but the people will see '\ 41!
there Democratic leaders
. that Mr. Stockton is rewarded in many "
#'", a 1908 by placing him in'the gubernatorial who are of the opinion that he should ''v w \ -L :

f. chair. be the choice of the Democratic party '

.t; for president.

t ,, Some idea of the magnitude of the Boxing ContestProf.

work of charity in a great city is afforded -
Joe Fielding gave a very scien-
s the statement that the
n by
P tificjand interesting exhibition at the
I } United Hebrew charities of New opera house Saturday night. The affair

4'2 York during the past year afforded first opened up with an Indian club

= help to more than 8,000 families, swinging performance also the dumbbell

exercise, showing how the great
comprising upwards of 35,000 per-:
: John L.Sullivan trained for all his fights.
1 sons. The sum distributed was approximately
The manipulation of the Indian clubs

. $300,000 the greater by t the professor was marvelous, show-
K part of which went for rent. ing all the difficult and various back I :

0;:" swings and wrist movements to perfec- 5- \ \ ir

' R1 .;: If you want to livelong and have a tion.Then
the roped arena was entered for
M\*s green old age stop worrying. That the six round boxing match between '

practically is the advice of New York Prof.Joe Fielding, the champion of Flor- Eli I

physicians. The chasing of the almighty ida, and Geo. W. Wood of the East Side ; tNAI

dollar is responsible for more Athletic club, New York. It was a very \
clever and interesting match and decid- .
deaths than the public is aware of,
P edly worth going a long way to witness.
because it strain and of
means worry
But the old-time professor made a great .
the severest kind. People who want impression both on his antagonist and E : :: ,

to live long and enjoy good health the spectators, showing his superior H\j
n \r
S until late in life must give their minds ability and agility, using exceedinglyclever NAUIP
} footwork. His and dodging
ducking -
and their stomachs a great deal more
tactics and life time experience of 5-
rest than they are now getting.The .
# ring generalship was beyond compare.
Geo. Wood was not to be denied and

coming year should be looked proved himself extremely game, fight- 4

- ,:ti- forward to as one of prospective ing hard all the way through, meetingthe :; Sb I It -!
. ,:;; '?" :rbrightness and prosperity for Titus- swift left jabs, right rib roasters, 4
Ji etc., with renewed vigor after the allot-
ville. There is not town of
a our
l. .
$ i ted one minute rest concluding each
tlf size on the whole Florida coast that round. MW\
''! t. has a better outlook. We must make There is going to be several other affairs L ft

?' the of facilities in the near future, which will i
'.. most our renew our : : 01$ fi
:2!It t., energy and spend some of our money prove a great success as the sporting : i t
fraternity are much interested should .
r.;. too to make 1908 one of the best in
4 the boxing not fall on their very busy

\ our local history. If our businessmen Saturday night. I

: l1; men will all come little closer together Prof. Joe Fielding has engaged many

1" f. and pull strong altogether we pupils already for boxing, wrestling

JI.7: shall have cause to rejoice and con- club swinging and is giving lessons. He Ask any fair-minded doctor and he will! ten you that golden! seat-cubebs and 00 of copaiba(contained
has several matches and will box
:< gratulate ourselves at the end of the on In Pe-ru-na) are valuable remedies In the treatment of catarrhal diseases. And every honest doctor will I
) Warren Frazee, "Alligator Joe, whose
*- concede that collinsonla canadensis, corydalis formosa and cedron seed (contained In Pe-ru-M) arc
", year. weight is nearly 300 lbs. He has also <
t-. ; tonic remedies of high valuelth this opInion all the leading medical text Hob airee.
made a match to box Frank Hunter,

1 L;', Gov. Broward says, according to the Sebastian giant, who weighs 245 lbs.

*' the New York World, that he appointed The professor has many friends whomhe Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908'

jft William James Bryan United will inform of the latest details short-
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4!C- States senator for the unexpired ly. Fielding has taught Hampton Court kiA
college, London, Eng.; Bromley college, I CLERGY! 'S ODD THEORY. I P''N 'N 'N 'N ;
term because of the ability Mr. Bryan Kent Columbia A. C., Washington, .( '

-, :., .. has shown,"as prosecuting attorney D. C., and the Kentucky Military insti- Hopes We'll Never Be a .Christian Nation D I P

in Jacksonville by successfully tute, Florida. The professor has taught -Aavocitt: of License. THE MAPES

1 t: prosecuting the ice trust and by his several of the most prominent men in "\>'c are not a ("LrNtinu nation We :<
the world. He was tutor to Mervin never ""fe. uiul it K" to be |IOKH! we
vigorous enforcement of all of the HMerhtl! SHH. IL.O a Cllri-tim nation
Maria Snell, secretary to the rector of:
has been his The lil-* of Kan >e furnishes us I
: 4 laws of the state that it the Catholic university Wash., D. C. tl'Q- i t g FERTILIZERS
with t'llOtl! horrible
: examples
duty to.enforce. Here is instance i
an -------- ,
Cbr. tl"ji ntonone of it for us M MB MMHBH MIHI M M M
of reward for strick enforce- Inaugurate Winter Schedule If 3 on plt>:lst'." ,
be- 7 1908 the Tin above N part of a statement 1 Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see
ment of official duty that is daily Beginning on January from the there made what /
Ri\eu out the other day by the Rev reports good results*
Florida East Coast will DI I
coming more prevalent in this coun- railway inau- WHII-ni .\. Wa son. rector of Crave were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this
try and is a good sign for the times. gurate its winter schedule between Ei'iM-op-il diurch of Iliverbead. X. Y I year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It con- \
Jacksonville and Miami and, as usual, Mr. Wa sou was in the public eye last tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to (,

will give a splendid service for the fall when b** openly worked for tbeTesilicsl I
There are few things more helpful L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville a
I accommodation of the patrons of the v i'!? of rum in Kherheidrajs
than New Year's resolutions. They tbew York Tmie Licence Jos. Paxton, Rockledge
road. Three through trains daily ;,
tell that i is won. ci J. M. Sanders Cocoa
us a very warm place ,
will be operated between Jacksonville I
Now tie Het Mr Waxvra wants to .
' paved with good intentions, but sup- and Miami, in each direction, see religion removed from the publ'cTbe A. T. Patillo, ft Osteen /

-, pose we never indulged any? Would- and one of these trains, to be knownas scho'b'} t I Lj S. Bergmann, Merritt

1fJ.:: Jr n't there be less paving and more the Miami and Nassau special,will only logical line the only! just I to
11 or J. R. TYSEN Jacksonville
line. :s that which excludes ,
t .' denizens of that place? The thing tot carry parlor car coaches and baggage testtee of religion-Bible: prayers.hyiun every. I 1

;. 'l do is to make the resolve to "turn car and will stop only at important "_ 'l'ratil'fls-from tbe school I

: over a new leaf," and try to live up stations. On the same date the roonj:' says the elerpjinan.of .
of the Kev. Mr Wa sOfs =---- ---- -- - u u _
through tourist trains between New
f) to the changed condition. To have

: tried and failed is better than not to York and St. Augustine,and Chicagoand may frieud call> fear him Bishop to account Frederick for his Burgess state<< n.. T "rg3C. .._""' -- _.... .............:; .. -. .._.... F.....-v...r

r \ have tried at all. There lots of Cincinnati and St. Augustine all ment. t
may Mail
via Jacksonville will be inaugurated. i] for [
r things about the situation that we "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years .,
--- -- -- --
r ,', would prefer otherwise, but on the Important Law DecisionWe no terribly.appetite Burch, and what Blood I did Bitters distressed cured me me"

1' \\holewelive in the best and most are informed that the supreme -J. II. Walker, fc-unbury: Ohio. il i CHRISTMAS GOODS li '
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'; glorious country in the world. Let court of the state of Florida has reversed -
; us,therefore,enter the new year wit the decision rendered by ROBBINSGRAHAM

( hope and confidence, determined to Judge Jones in the case of A.A. Taylor 1 are given special attention by

et al vs. the F. E. C. R'y Co., t
: i'. make the best of everything that offers -
which CO.
:-- to our advantage. was appealed to the higher co., rl
:... court by the plaintiff. This case refers l
.iii0. : (Incorporated. Paid up Capital f25.000.tO. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
::I Johnson's Prediction to the removal of the Y. track i

r- into the river at Rockledge and This company owns landsin t1 who carry a large and varied stock
In a dispatch to the New York the Indian River Country embracing
0., i't changing of the passenger station to the bt. Lncie River,
'L _" World John A. Johnson, governor of the main line of the road from the at New on River and on Bis- f1 1 Toys Dolls Fancy Goods fJf.1

'.. J I Minnesota, makes some predictionsrespecting river. The plaintiffs sued for specific cayne Bay. i Gift Books. Pictures, Leather Goods t

'f ) 1908. In the course of his performance of contract in which the PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send :
dispatch he says: demurrer of the defendant companywas (I Express Wagons, Rocking Horses f

sustained in the lower court. It for land list.
It be that
must apparent our present fl 1 Velocipedes Fireworks"u
.. :f' tariff while mainly responsible remains to be seen what the next step I OFFICES: H

.:;;', for the existence of the trusts, is, i in will be in this case at law. I TIT>;SVILLE AND MIAMI. fL i.J..J-iJ.ljL1wgJ5liY : w



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_2 8.TEAR SAGO are putting the finishing touches to a MELBOURNE :

large cold storage warehouse to be
Mrs. Miller,"who has been a guestat
.1 fig in This Section used in the same industry. the Gauker cottage, has left fdr

... .This source of wealth to our section ., ,
'I.- :&.!i. Smyrna. e
r ...
.. LBulJ
; > Part of 1898 ROY4I r
; : which
c '_ -' ,.' a year ago was very in- .
:Many arriving daily
_=,(,;-: :1uuIb.Horida Star of Jan.5th,188) signficant,but has developed to such

:; ;,x : "teen"';:0 hundred and eighty-eight importance, it is estimated that over soon.our season will be at its height, ..
only few for rent.
a cottages now
.:: "M d 'lltUm11e m the nudstof pros- $50,000 worth of fish and oysters will pp

}: t1i iJjmt t1?; known in its former history. be shipped from this point duringthe Miss Eaton and party of friends ; lfl
and relatives the Miss-
lW Zhe infant current are again'in
; only one year of rail Year.Arrangements
ii ? mer house on the Bluff for the win- a
,eentection have been concluded ,
: "-... '- andnourishment,. boasted :
: of a hundred new buildings as a re- for-the erection of an ice factory, ter.Mrs. .

sult of the past year's growth, and capable of manufacturing ten tons Carter and daughter, Miss I

l{ -in.the same time the increase in value per day. This will give us cheap ice, Susie,arrived from Sharon,Pa.Tues-

= :'of taxable' property was something which is of the greatest necessity to day night and are again in their Melbourne -

t over 200 per cent. While many of insure the success and further devel- home. bAKING .

: our business men had full confidence opment of the fish industry. The Messrs. J. Nicholson S. Martin .

:I that,the tide of prosperity had set in M. Solana and A. J. Kennedy

to stay, there were many who felt SHOOTING AT COCOA shot two fine deer last week game

that there was danger of collapse, From The Florid Star, of Jan.5th, 1S88. of all kinds plentiful here. I. POWDER

and feared that real estate was quoted A most unfortunate affair happened Mr. and Mrs. Hapeman,of Chicago .

F : unwarrantably high. The first few at Cocoa last Thursday night in pleasant guests of Hotel Carleton Absolutely Pure .

months of '87 was rather inactive th hooting of Tom Hardee by Will ,have been most successful fishingfor

z rumors of the extension of our rail- Fo ler. Hardee was under the influence trout, as their big strings of fish The only baking powder

: road southward and the statement of liquor at the time, and was how made with Royal Crape ; -

a positive language that a road from chasing Fowler around with an open Mr. Claude Edge went to Eau Gals Cream of Tartar .
knife endeavoring to stab him. Fow-
sc Orlando would be immediately constructed lie New Year to visit his brother,
ler tried to from his purSuer No Alum No Lime
, ,1. to Rockledgevia Hardee- escape Mr. A. P. Edge, who has gone into Phosphate .
1 ville break for the time but finding that he was gaining on r
put a on in- the lumber and saw mill business .
vestments Titusville property, and him, called him to halt which he there. ------ .-
- failed to do and Fowler then drew present the dogs are boarded at the i,
r' building fell off. The above statements his Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells remembered HOME FOR POLICE DOGS. I homes of various policemen, who are .
however, failing to be found- revolver, a 44-calibre, and fired their Melbourne friends paid for their maintenance by the Til .
s ed on fact and the arguments advanced over Hardee, but this did not have Christmas many Canine Members of South Orange (N. lage.
of fruits from
effect Hardee and the next by gifts J.) Force to Have Own Station.
; by THE STAR, that even any on Her Life For a Doll.A .
though the railroad talk shot took effect in the left side, justas their grove and many pretty and useful The police dogs of South Oranijv1, pathetic Alpine tragedy Is reported
should be
Ft gifts. X. J.. are to have a station house of
from a hamlet near the summit of the
Hardee about to reach Fowler
,4 put into effect, that the rapid development was Mr. Chas. Valentine enjoying a their own. A building firm Is now engaged Pragel pass about 5,000 feet high, be- .
with his knife. The affair caused
s : of the county in general that was In construct'ng::; an addition to tween the cantons of Schwytz and
would result ronUheir construction, by some foolishness, which has been visit to his old home at Tillman, the regular police station. It will) eon .}larus!'. say a Geneva correspondent ;

could not fail to be a benefit to the indulged in by some of the young Bayonne Plantation,"where he spent ain miniature stalls with warm beds of the London Express. Henrietta
for the New York Time
men of that place and those who wit- many happy days as a boy. He now dogs says Haupt. aged ten years, lost her doll I
county seat, the effect of restoring The windows .will be arranged so over a precipice and climbed down to
4 nessed it seemed to think it quite a lives in Randall, Minn.
confidence that be darkened during the
and with the advent they can ;: recover It. The precipice is almost
3 of April a genuine boom began. During joke until the finale. As soon as Mr. C.T. McBride is to be marriedto day thus allowing the dogs which do perpendicular and It Is a miracle that

this month the county commis- Fowler found Hardee to be severely Miss Earnest, of Jacksonville, on night' duty to get their ..iott nf sleep.I the child was able to make the peril-
p "
wounded he aboard his It is also thought the svmM:irkno"s ous descent In safety. She could not !
got yacht, Jan. 4th, 1908, in Jacksonville. They
sioners found that the growth of Bre- live
they will continually in will make
bowen, get back again and was recently -
and beat
vard had been so rapid during the toTitusvilleagainst heavy will be at their Melbourne home to them sharper eyed at night found frozen to death with her
norther and delivered himself to the friends after the 10th inst. Congrat- When the kennel Is hnNhed more
past year the size of the court house doll In her arms after having been
was inadequate for the transaction sheriff. It was first thought Hardeewas ulations. dogs[ will be added to the force. At missing for twenty-four hours. r
wounded but he is
of business, and gave a contract to mortally now The new Shull cottage on the high
expected to recover, and he fully exonerates bluff south of
'Mr. Froscher for an immediate ad- town shows up well

dition, which increased its capacityby Fowler,and declines to pros- from the river. Mr. Shull and family I

one-half. About the same date ecute him. Fowler has been released came here last summer from Indiana T

Dr. E. S. Wiley, who had noted the from jail and has returned to Cocoa and are a welcome addition tour t
where even a preliminary trial has HARDWAREJas.
necessity of another hotel, made neighborhood.
been waived. Both of
parties are
terms with Mr. Larkin for the erection The Melbourne postoffice now pre-
excellent families and well liked.
of the Grand View, stipulating are sents a neat clean appearance in her

{: that the same be ready for occupancyby NOTICE OF CHANGE OF PARTNERSHIPFrom fresh coat of white paint. Postmaster -

September 1st. Our readers know ; R. W. Goode believes in keepingall Pritchard & Son :
The Florida Star of Jan.5th, 1S*S. .
how faithfully this contract was complied his buildings well painted he 1
The firm of Brady and Hendry of
' with, and what liberal patron- thinks it investment.
age this hotel has received since its LaGrange, is now changed to that of a-good-- -- Handle the Finest Lines of
W. N. Hendry who will the
carry on
completion. During the same month Weather Report
business there personally in the future Heavy and Shelf Hardware
the United States signal service was Summary for Dec. by Rev.Jas. H.
and the firm of E. L. Brady & M
; White U. S. observer.
;r. I established at this point, and during ---- --- --
Bro. of Titusville is E. L. Bra-
the summer following the temperature Highest temperature on the 30th 80.0
of Titusville was given to the dy, who will personally carry on the Lowest temperature on the 5th 38.0 Our Stock of
business at Titusville. Mean temperature for month 63.3
f country for comparison with that of ---- Average mean for 26 years 63.3 Guns and Sporting Goodsis
: the northern cities.
LAGRANGE AND MIMS Highest mean for 26 years 1891 68.0
During the month of August the Lowest mean for 26 years in 1885 58.0 at all times
From The Florida Star of Jan.5th 1888. complete .
Rainfall in inches 3.43
question of prohibition absorbed the I
I On New Year the marriage of Mr. I Average for 30 years 2.50 1.
attention of citizens and the
our '
G. Gardner to Miss Eala Day was Greatest for 30 :years in 1888 8.55
apathetic condition of business pro- i solemnized at the residence of thebride's Least for 30 years in 1889 0.00
duced as a result of yellow fever was Prevailing wind direction S E Paints and Oils of Qualityone
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
not improved thereby. Number of clear days 20
Day. by the Rev. W. N. Chaudoin. Number of fair days 6 of our Specialties
On the 26th of August the murder
s Mr. Twitchell, who is here from Number of cloudy days 5
of one of our test citizens horrifiedthe Number of days with rain 5 !
community, and the spirit of law- Kansas City attending the ship- Number of days with thunder 2

lessness which prevailed for several ment of his oranges, made a ship- Island Home, Merritt's Island, Fla. Quotations for large or small orders will I j

days succeeding this act, plunged our ment to the Florida Auction and For- be given personal attention. Mail Orders

: warding company, from which he has Constipation causes headache, nausea, diz- solicited and promptly filled .\
town in such an unsettled condition ziuess lanKour. heart palpitation. Drastic ;
that our merchants had little to do, gotten returns. His brights broughthim physics gripe sicken, weaken the bowels and K'
$3.90, while his russets broughthim Lou't cure. Doan's Regulets act gently and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA '
and business was virtually suspendedfor cure constipation. 23 cents. Ask your drug. L ,

a time. $2.05. gist.

The spirit of law and order how- Miss Eunice Harrison left Saturdayto Weekly Weather Report. Y..Y..Y..wm.\.w.'YNMWNMWJ 11

ever soon asserted itself. After a attend the academy at Gainesville, JIFITEB FL.'., Dec. 31. 1907.

brief struggle with the opposite ele- Fla. She was accompanied by her Comparative rainfall for statement the week of ending temperaturesand Tuesday. -

it decided that Titusvillefor mother.On 190 ()iDVTE.
was M\X. XIS.IX.. MIDec. >. I
the future would not tolerate Monday, the 21st, Capt. Peter ... 25. 71 48 54 31 IS IT FAIR ? ,

rowdyism, nor suffer its laws to be Ntilson, of the Seminole, was mar- .. 26.27. 7i 77; ti9 69 57 69 33 40

"set at naught." ried to Miss Maggie Hogg, at the 23. 79 ;i 72 54 '1
29. 79 12 74 54
After this for a few weeks every- bride's home. Mr. C. D. Puryear, .. 9) SO 69 75; W To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods

thing wore a cheering aspect. Yellow notary public, performed the cere- 14 31. 77 b9 Tl 68 and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie or a f
Total 1 rainfall for the week 02 inches. I
Jack had entirely subsided at mony. Departure rainfall for the week minus .3- few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you .",
Kew West and the prohibition question inches. I want a barrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to
EAU GALUE Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus send off for it?
.settled in September by an overwhelming 20.37 inches. !
From The Florida Star of Jan. 5th 1888.
majority in favor of a dry H. P.H.\KDIN, When jour town needs help, or a subscription for charity is
The Treutler House is fast approaching Official in Charge. wanted do you send to those merchants away from home and
county.In October the completion since the arrival STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO \ ask for it? If not WHY? Suppose you do pay slightly more
the early part of of the owner, Mr. William Treut- Ltcv COUNTY. J r SSe for your goods at home, you get it back. Your local merchant t
S Indian River bank opened its doors FB\NK J. CHENEY makes oath that be i is helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause. f
ler. the senior of the firm of F.J.CHENEY :
to be paying busi- partner
what proved a
to .
I &Co.doing business in the city of Toledo, --- -
ness from the start and all branchesof Capt. W. H. Adams is clearing county and state aforesaid and that said firm

trade began to show a decided im- three acres of land, and intends add- each will pay and the every sum case of One of catarrh Hundred that Dollars cannot for be 0. A. STEWARTi.1 EAST COAST MEAT MARKET 11

provement.Mr. ing three hundred more trees to his cured by the use of\LL'SCA-TAKKH Crag, i r
fine A few more en- FRANK J. CHENEY. o.F.DUJIEII.Agent,
Romfh has doubled the capacity already grove. I ;
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my FIRE
"A of his stores during the past ergetic gentlemen like Capt. Adamsare presence this 6th day of December,A.D.1SS ,

summer,and carrying an immense needed in our settlement.Land |{ 8E\u}[ A. W. GLEASO.N. Insurance -- _- Florida and :
---' Votary Public -
of is enabled to intercept ;
Stock goods
for Sale Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
from down river the blood and surfaces 1 WesternHeats
much of the trade acts directly on mucous -
Eighty acres in Brevard county being the of the system. Send for testimonials free. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI !
points, which formerly went to Jack- S.W.I of S.W. i.Sec.23. T.21 R.:34, aDd lo. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo,Ohio.
Out along the railroad N. w. 1 of N. W.J of Sec,25,T.21.E.JL For I 4t 1
sonville. farther particulars address >I. P. care ST-'B Don't let the baby suffer from eczema, sores
&_ wharf A. M. Hamilton & Co., and, or any itching of the skin. Downs Ointment represent some of the leading I t jJ.j

also, Geo. W. Scobie, have put up officeC. ....0 no%.A. safe gives for instant children.relief All cures druggists quickly.sell Perfectly it. companies of the world and any j of all Kinds.
storehouses for carrying lea Kited Yiu Hare iiluaS Baulid> ----- ---
substantial ..
.Nn t 'I
W.\XTED-Sec hand bags and burlap business entrusted to me will receive ,
on their fish business, and at present any kind;any quantity; anywhere;we pay ,.TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA '
cf freight.RICHMOND BAG CO.,Eichmond prompt andcareful attention I'. t
L the Indian River Canning company I


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z T .I :- Fatality In Levy: County. Captured Desperate Negro.A A- .< ..

i <.i I" A dispatch: from Bronson, Levy dispatch to the Times-Union from BEST FOR THEBOWELS If you want sweet musie

ft"t' county to the Times Union 4ated Wednesday CJreen Cove Springs says:.

..:. .. Sheriff Weeks has captured Ed Stuart .
alias Candy Boy alias Lean Boy If yon bcrm't retular health,morem nt of thpowvucmrdartrWnUlorwiUbe. -
"t- The most shocking accident that has seep you in home buy a

ever occurred In Levy county happen. who shot Deputy Sheriff Knight Tues- : rowels. opra.and to well. Tore,ta the shape of your .
$1. 'phjii or pill potion.Is dugerau. Th .
ed here.yesterday morning about 10 : lay night while trying to place him un- smoothest,easiest,most perfect: / of keeping .
the bowels clay Md clew u to C
the horrible untimely ier arrest. Stuart was wanted for
a'clock causing ands i CANDY

death of jioseley Sauls the stealing a pistol at Orange Park. The CATHARTIC' FARRAND ORGANk

young white fireman on Seaboard engine deputy locating him at a turpentine

which pulling the still four miles from Manville In the
& =- No. 3G2, was
} north bound local from Cedar Keys., western part of the county and went ,

r Having'finished the freight work a: there to arrest him. When the negn 4J

was commanded to consider himself! :1
to the
! the depot the train pulled up 4 -
1 trader arrest he immediately drew hi;
: stock pen a distance of 100 Yards u sI
pistol firing on the deputy twice one o r
from the depot to load a car of hos EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY

i .: and cattle. While the car was betas shot taking effect in the right breast PlM nt. Palatable Potent Teat. Good, Do I
the other In the The Good Never Sb lea Weaken or Grip; 10.K mad
loaded 'young Sauls went under the and arm. negro M eenU per box. Write for free Ample,and booklet *
when soon then backed out of the house and ran. oa IkMlth. Address 433 \
engine to. do some repairs Starting Remedy company Chicago or New Yoriu
V Y afterward a flue blew out causing the The sheriff at Green Cove Springs was ( .
' t boiling water steam and hot ashes to notified and left at once for the scene \

-' the unfortunate young man. of: the shooting from which point he
pour upon
Quickly as possible Engineer Du- tracked the negro to Maxville where Bob." \ '/ "
As Judge Wright; and "Fighting \ ,
pree went to his aid calling for help he was told he had taken the Seaboani ; i 'I

as he ran and with the assistance of Air Line train south at 10 o'clock that The Times-Union of Friday says:
On the Sth Inst Judge A. 0. Wrigh:
Mr Raulson pulled him from under eight, but the sheriff not being satisfied .
received a letter from his old shipmate
the engine out of the boiling water on that this was true made further I 12 it t clfTh

the embankment until a stretcher search which showed the fact that the 1 Admiral Robley D. Evans, in responseto

one written him a few days before .
could be gotten out of the cab. The nitro went through the woods toward
e discussing the battle of Fort Fisher
Georgia. The sheriff taking the
= men that were loading the stock heard up
t where the two men met In deadly com-
the crjes of Engineer Dupree for help, track again, followed it to the St. \
Mans river where he overtook the bat in 1S63, After answering the i ir
ran from the train thinking that the ,

t f engine was going to explode. The aezro on the bridge and placed him Judge's question, the admiral wrote: I irtVWfl Ii LLA
I shall leave here
- "Sunday night
under arrest The sheriff and his
young man was taken to Dr. Rice's office pos
(Washington) for Fort Monroe and
: r where everything that could be se returning here with his prisoner at
will look out for your wireless when
t a late hour tonight. Ed Stuart killed
done to relieve his great suffering was .
n ,
passing the coast of Florida.
: administered. Dr. H. M. DePass. the a man at Long Station in Volusia count -
1r t The Judge sent the following message -
i company's surgeon of Archer was wire } about two or three years ago.
l to him last Tuesday night; "L Kn ht is alive but is seriously
ed lor and came by special train. After ; yet very
ter received. Godspeed; a successful
fl .. t the physicians found his condition to wounded.
i trip and a safe return"
w- be hopeless he was moved to the home AND
I A Memorable Day The wireless station at Savannah re- R
'of Mr. J. P. Strickland where hah diM A
Wright that
ported yesterday to Judge
after suffering excruciating agonies I One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to our the message was delivered on Loar.i
for four hours.
health, is the one on which we became the flag ship Connecticut. on Ttiesda}

; The special train that brought Dr. acquainted' with Dr. King's New Life night at 11:30 after the admiral had
: .DeP Ss was sent immediately on tc Pills, the painless purifiers that cure had-
Rosewood for the parents of the young ache and biliousness, and keep the !bowels retired and should a reply be sent It
i righ. 25c. at Banner Drug Store and Titusville I would be from a point farther south.

man. They arrived just before he Pharmacy.New These two old veterans, representing For sale by the
died but after he became unconscious.
the Blue and the Gray, keep up a
g' The body was prepared for burbl Corporations.
cor.-espondence and the judge is very
;.' > and taken to Rosewood, where the funeral Among the new corporations tiling: INDIAN RIVER
proud of having so distinguisher a co:
was held toaay. papers with the Secretary of State at
"' :Mr. Sauls was a young man of good Tallahassee are the following:

habits and a general favorite with everyone The Bishop-Harrison Company, Ala- Charming Womanis MUSIC HOUSE

r and his sad death has caused chua, J. C. Bishop, president J. E. ,
not necessarily one of perfect form and
profound sorrow. He had been in the Harrison, secretary and treasurer. Capital features. Many a plain woman who TITUSVILLE FLA.

company's service only a short time stock $21,000. Filed December 11, could never serve as an artists mod, ,

I v/t and leaves a father mother; brother 1907. possesses: those rare qualities that; all the

A and three sisters who have the sympathy The Springfield Pecan Company, world admires; neatness, clear eyes clean
smooth akin anti that sprightliness of step
( of all in this their great sorrow. Monticello. Abe Simon president; S. and action that accompany good health.!
f I
"' Engineer Dupree's hands were bally D. Clarke secretary and treasurer. A physically weak woman is never attractive ::,::g t?, 1 -

. him and it will be some time before Capital stock $20,000. Filed December not even to herself. Electric
t Bitters restore weak women give strong:
He is able to resume his run. 13, 1907.
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety !'kin.
; '; urn Raulerson's right hand was also Sunlight Gas-Lamp Company, Jacksonville beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at .

rr badly burned. George Duncan president, Banner Drug:, Store and Titnsville Phar.macy. -- --

F Albert X. Duncan, secretary. Capital
-- -- '
y Why stock $15,000. Filed December 13, 1901 W. B. Lamar of West VICTOR

should baby suffer? When he is American Association
your Cooperative
fretful and restless, don't experiment on Florida has announced his intention of c Talking Machines Supplies and '
Jacksonville W. H. Ames, president;
him and u-e any old thing your neighbor entering the race for United States ,

recommends. Buy a bottle of White's J. McKenzie, secretary. Capital Senator to succeed Senator Mallory. Records sold the
Cream Vermifuge greatest known worm stock $10,000. Filed December 13, 1901.Br'ant by

., >" medicine anti cure for all children's di- Turpentine Company, Botts.R. Carrie Nation
** It is mild in its action builds
J' seases. optht'syste.n
L. Bryant, president; J. C. McAr- --.I MUSIC HOUSE
makes thin puny babies fat. certainly snwhe\ a hole in the barrooms :Yy 4

Mrs J. C. Smith, Tampa, Fla., writes: thur, secretary and treasurer. Capital of Kansas. but Hallard'a lorehuund Maaterstivicea iP'

"My baby was thin and sickly, could not stock $10,000. Filed December H. 1901. Syrup has om.Hht..1 all records as a cure TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA
;= S p. retain its food and cried all night. I used The following notaries public have for coujrlis. bronchitis, influenza and ]>ul-
1 one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge monary diaea.--i T. C. II-, Horton

, and in a few days baby was langhin, recently been appointed: Kansas:: writes: "I h1n \'t.'r found a
} happy and well." Sold by Banner DrugStore W. E. Coleman, Vernon; G. Pow medicine that would cure a co'iuh so

Y and Titusville Pharmacy. ell, Jacksonville. J. Rooks justiceof quickly as* i KallarilN. llorehound Syrup
I I have ned it for '" :Sold bv l>an-
the peace District Xo. 21, Washington
Irn Store and Ttlnj-viile Pharmat-v.
Fernandina Man's Loss. ner ::
j. county, Chipley; Thomas W. Wi-

; '. : .\ : (Jacksonvl11eIetropolis..) son, Jacksonville. A .s itch in'lime saves nine.

s}4 Coming to Jacksonville Friday morning ----- TIME IS MONEY Save sick
tt> from his home in Fernandina, J.iv. Y many
: Howell, a prominent business man Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Benefits by giving the child

', and collector cf customs in that place. a City Councilman at
Kingston, JamaicaMr BA'.LARD'SHOREHOUND
t ; lest either on the train or in this city
W, 0'1111Fn_ "ty, who i i":1
1: It after his arrival an envelope conta'i f r
member of ll.e city omnri!(at Kinxjt'MiV s. SYRUPEVERY
c r. lug $x00; in bills. I
: !
\ M Indies wr.tesas: f> lm"One:
'. t Mr. Howell repotted the loss to th*. bc.ul of Ctuuul.erlain's C"'lIgh" l'IIIt.dy

? !ml STHKJ vil'fct roll-id that wa. < I\"- MOTHERshould
t 'k'-. po'ice shortly after he noticed the disappearance on a ;
: i,. liouim- ati.l I think 1 sh.! nI,l I.aybten -
; which he : me > k.opoippli..l" l wit Da'.IarU's HorehounJ if
of the funds car I Syrup, .he!
S m"rt quickly relieve-i if IIa,1 roi.iiiiutl .- 'f I
w'hhestoi-a-e Ji.-r
y children! from a'riies..irk ] .
i : !spU. It i-"11-
riin an inside coat pocket. lIes '. That i it aKiieli!
the tt"I.\\\. I II tains al" II lit hinilljurivu; :., lh.11IJl coii.tii.a"for -. (;"od
positive that the money was still in his I"lalIhl 'IJUU-N in relieving: me there is i i.s> I .llIld, M a.> w<-ll a>, adults.

i pocket when he entered the toilet ionht ami it i i.. my intention to ulditinitiotfier I A conyf ofMI! Lads to t-ousumptiun a:1.1 !should l tit' dll'ckld
b<,Ui i.'." For sale! t\ Comerlhcg
+ immt' ia't :Iv.
room of a hotel in this city. Shortly I : ;
[ >tie iiini Titu-vilv Pharmacy. .
j'- after removing his coat, while he washed : I
-- A
Household N' cessity.J.
r.;: the grime; of a morning's railroad i \t'nrallkH u hti ywa'il uw-li a tinker "r .

r' rice from his face and hangs Mr. Howell i .laieU..utft'r". cut.Ur. Th..mKl rui->.-, burn or.- nil M-aM.; m.-fciutiy litre n'-- Thi.i i j- .in-: ,, t rti. I' -_'Iro! Sewing; I ('. 1Iiih. Ii't. 'I'r.1't: uir; ......: 1 hI': ''

f thought of the mor.l' '. Putting ou Gryt, the IMSU quickly cures UKwound.. 'I... till r, .1- .,nee.t.".:.. r.,?,. Ballanl'li'. r. l.t'r: ,,I Syrup in Iny fuiuiiy l--r ti.-! pjLtfiw .
\ir<. and fid it Jur I tsun..>: 1" ;r-V. a- hr l t e.'ugh
:' tho coat, which he had hung hanger ., I5y: uniti: Ism "'!ntt i '1.., hiurn. u"gatt..rb. .
on a ;
: U .. hi .t...bkttl.s.JeaA'iIC : .. iifilicn-' i \\.- |I.- \ t--d.| Fhuuchultl: should be
nearby, he felt fr>r the envelope an-! I ti!".M M1i i I r't I..:...,, ,., y"'fu-!' w wet:t hours inaiKVIMI out of :.!I' d' tual.'y' tbrvviugaway Fuppli. d with las: worthy rt'11-.-I-."
: M-VVU.
I I ? ;;:: rveiy
1 und it gone. No one had enterc-1 :; Z ,. Delimit
;. I I SignersjS #i If'. THE STANDARD SOTAUY SIHTTLESKWIMJ The cf Children.
. .he; toilet( room and no one !eft on I I 0' v! I :WACIUXKWill

the hanger and the mysterious disa,' .. ; -- A .. COUGHS, COLOR \VHOOPJ\Q:
.. 0.ak.-io.trcht- in theaiuf time Lo.u" CURES
;- ,eirance of the money: was at onus repotted !, mr1t.: -. .,. 4' .'t. -!siiuttltMa. ,..., make tIy dww.I'tif II. SORE THROAT, BRONCIil- l e
to the ;.. Stan la-il Unta-y IriiM->|Kil i i" Boom n-i-i c k
::\ police. I .... 1". t11 fiititif.tly! cirr.-<-t. which ti.t t I h.u.he tiipn vii I
1;; The envelop contained one $100 billard !I ......"".' ....l :,.". ..,, -. 'i.. ... by'Si scan tlf -ni,.,.,....tnl u.. inali part,u4 the I 25c, 50c, and $1.00

(' the remainder was in snuille.: d(' : P f' C T T C L."i_ *.: R : .. tryi wi,rhl,.:: .ud I.. "q.y l>yur it cviupt-tvith.MU: liters"n'
r" ruminations. The police believe" t t'u" -.. .. .... .;Lair..Ii ',.} :>- '1 .\Xj> 1:< lTITHE I -- ----- i-.3
How 11 elilu'r lost the monoy en root : i I trnic.r.; .hr' i -tr.I3fll .. y| \V< 11J.Jr's m:-T >ltti 1NG: M A
f..' I. ft_:_- c'f..._; -- t,.. : \.- h.t ,.\...-, in "tif-I..K-k Itlltl J ChitiiiVit .!1- Snow Liniment Go.
to the city, or that it was stolen! from .
r-: t t :' ISall Hearing :>Ui>d-:Stiaisht Aut'-iaatii- I.ilt.
;:_=. : : . ltl-
J Ned.- ; s.a .. ..
r his pocket while on ti'e train comin ; ; c.;r.uu',T}.., 'I( I'_, \,r. !> uvt fait t< i.yc.titt th uicrita of tin-
Fa'lt."t.I.t: SiVut. Fa..i..t Kiinniiiji and tict0.t 500-502 North Second Street
to this city. Writs ro-cay: tizctten f::s Paper.nyVhV .
;. IJurahl"! v .wina :Mnhiiv Uia.l-- TIIHTNIA
, ... V V \ IV Vsa3 .
ccMrift :> : !:!> !: TAKy. -\ .!fm,.n>trati.,t. -
\ rto art vrifetion." Writ Iq.ri--.and la.:: -y Fay- ,
John Wnlta! & Co. e"nr""t.u- r:s. i rt'"iGtaitl p
t colkctoa ef""r". .. "'.: r vitb my"hg J mint 1'lan.
} lOUISYllLS. :.r iiAS .....a ("' 'c' aj t.1":."t1tiS n. :., up.
i t, ;.ke1l;,. tr'3 '. ': .ip4.. : al'.SN n,1.0 ui.N yi M. : < ::!1.-"c. The Man'lunwins! Mhim! ('0..

i } n:paIoIt"u.. ..ttt. price KYJ.'';" .- .Y#_...-;-4i ..' D n.\i-'' g. ,.a.II.R,..".. tali EC.-A; ;:t.ii'tr>.'ir.: .:.. f tt ; 51* S. Ire St., .Atlanta (ix

I, FURSand i'J.. ; ,;r:; + J1r. t. !=' r The Standard Sewing Machineis : Sold and Recommended byi't'1.s"Vi11.o

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; HiJes. ..1'a.. ,:.' 1i.': .{ ;.j..'' (\. t9.:.=,' "" '..1< ". '' t."'..:. fo.. ?-ll.r. sold by the Indian River I P11i1r11faacy::
: And
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