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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
December 6, 1907
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

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Abstract:
Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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;E FLORIDA STAR



VOL. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1907 NO. 33


Not for OqrselVes Aloe, Elqt for thle Qood of Otbers .lso.


DOINGS OF THE Qeen Quality Shoes LATEST EWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
PRESENT WEE us ornew gownifit D I lpla I Evary u
PRESENT WEEK dnt it? Yet how much worse AND INCID MONDAY, DECEMBER 9 your shoes if they don't fit. Your
train of physical ills results. ate all the bargains we will have for .. r halit lates Per~llg to he a neof p ya ilsgone Ind whole F50Ill F grlphs About People talt a It wo d M possible e onums en hing bout th Pelo e ofn ita
Treupirlalln bit Ton We want no shoes to leave this' Travel Here aid There obeen getting in weha of al onanll S T ome ad Go
store that don't fit. This is only an- een getting in goo I al Specibargais in men's clothing at other reason why we sell "QUEENi Miss Fannie Budge returned Sunday tionswithin the past sixty days. Our Fippen Adamsisin Titusville today atKliae's. "QUALITY" shoes, for better itting from spending Thanksgiving with her dress goods stock is larger than ever. tending toprofessionalduties, ith headMr. Wi. Ballough, of Daytona, ar- shoes never were made. That"they parents in Miami. Our stock of toy, is ready for you quarters at Indian River Music House. rived Wednesday to attend the meeting fit where others fail" is proverbial Capt. W. f and th section iSh. .s o el ter han e r. Tuesday morning proved to be the
f the Chapter Royal Arch Masons that Let us prove all this with ome . Christmas novelties ha fall test of the soaoa with siht feost
of the ChapterRoyal Arch Masons t the eautiful nw t st in town Monday to consult with the descriptions, from 25 cent articles l c stof th aon with light frot the beautiful new U in some lealit es back from the river. ight ceived. We carry the thrgest and county commissioners regardingacoun- to $15. i some localities ack from the river.
Mr. Powers, of Cocoa. accompanied beat stock of shoes shown on the East ty exhibit at the Mid-Winter fair in I Ladies' readymade coats of all de- Miss Susii Gladwin spent Thanksgivby hi sister, Miss LulaPowers, spenta Coast for men, boys, women, child- I Jacksonville. scriptions, we can fit yu and suit ing at home with her aged father and prt of Wednesday in town andgaveus ren and infants. County Commissioner J. M. Osbaar- mother and also the htter part of last a pleasant cadl. Each and every pair guaranteed. rived from Atlanta Saturday with the earo ymae skirts, prices ranging eek, comingupfrom Sebastian ThrsSend us your orders when you want' purchase f mule mad for w n from $2% to $15.00. day morning. Rev. B.P. Robertson, of Lake City thbest at the mostreasonablre hase of mues me for working Ladies' kid gloves, colors white, morin.
will speak on the interets of theCo- ANNING the public roads of Brevard county- black and brown, prices ranging from Mrs. Carrie Chaudoin, wife of the late lumbis olee at the Baptist church to- They are a finelotof animas and should $1.25 to $3.25. Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, eight at 7 o'clock. Titusville, Florida. be able to do good work for the county. Mail orders promptly filled on any. died at her home early this morning.
Weira familyof Westlm The early morning train from the of the above goods. FuneralserviceswillbeheldinLaGrange aMr. Weire and filthy, oWest Pabond in Raiding the Gamblers Right south was nearly two hours late Tuesday Jius IKLINE, Tituville. cemetery tomorrow-in the morning at 10
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Weir was en- Sheriff Brown has been emphasiz- due to heavy shipments of vegetables clock.
Tngdhys tho_-Miller Buys Mrs. Meen- Lroetrta gagd here about two years ago when ing his reputation for being a terror south of here. It looks as though con- Miller Buys te Decker Property Mrs. M. L. Wetmore returned Sat. Contractorall washbuilding the Pritch- toevildoersthepasttendaysorso by siderableChristmas moneyoughttopour Mr. L. R. Decker has disposed of urday from her visit with her friend. ettnesaideell bringing over two dozen of thedusky in from the north within the next two his home and orange grove and en- Mrs. Webster, in Jacksonville. She is Mr. ad Mrs. F. A. Morgan and Mas- sons of Ham to task for violations of weeks in exchange for these products. tire land interest, consisting in all of expecting Rev.and Mrs. Milledge Walkter Rmer Morgan, who have been in the law in Brevard county. The 121 acres at Sunbeam, the first of er to visit her for a while, who are no Egmspe for the eat sixmaiths, a ived most important of all these was the FURNITURE,DRY,G DS,SHO this week to Dr. J. E. Miller, the stopping with Mr. Cretin at City hom Wedneeday afternoon, having raid made Saturday night upon a From now on at Gardner'syou will dentist, who will make that place his Point. spent so withfriendsin Phil gambling resort in one of the ild- receive with each CASH purchase, a Se churh andhaporgan that r wi en l gambling resort in one of thebuild- ticket. When you have$25.00 worth, permanent horse. Mr. Decker will Severalchurchandehaplorgans. that datp a l ina. their return across the ings in the negro quarters near the you can obtain a high grade talking be in charge of the property until he have been used some. but are in good A iaateiac Mr.. C.AWlh big saw mill. machine on the most liberal terms can secure a small place in town t fo r eit hch, nday schools or CAnmodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch ar- Several complaints have been made and at a fraction of regular price, hold his house furnishings. Dr. Mil- use in public schools, can e bought at rived on the 102 train Monday night of late of the gambling carried on It will interest YOU. ler secures also the present crop of Indian River Msic Housea Titusville. from South Boston to spend the winter outside of the town limits on every Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 at their place at Arteriauntilsometime other Saturday night, alternate Sat- oranges, estimated at somethinglike Fla. Write quick, don't delay. in the moth of May next. were urday being pay days among the Sheriff Brown After Evil Doers. a thousand boxes, and becomes the The Victor concert Monday night. mthre by pt Bob Bu ithhi numerous hands employed by the Ti- Prior tothe raidmadeon the owner of one of the most valuable whe Victor e cert Monday night.
tuoville Lnner Co Prior to the rald made on the ne- .when the December records were played and'ldft Tay morning for It has also been found out that on gro gamblers last Saturday, Sheriff pieces of real estate in this section. for the frst time in Titusville, held in theirdestinro. CommodoreandMr these pay da negrogambers, who Brown succeeded in coralling three We welcome the advent of the genial THE STAR building, was well attended Welehheee ming t l Riv follow their profession where money ore parties for criminal prosecu- doctor and his wife to our town. and pronouncedan enjoyable affair by for s meta g like twenty-i yes is easy at pointsany where on the ion. One of these was Jim Britt We are also pleased to learn that our all. The Victor company have done and their many friends are always glad east coast, or in the state for that arrested at Shave's turpentine camp ill not themselves proud in their Decemb.eree when they arive. matter, come hereto fleece their vic- Melbourne for se liqr i- old ime friend, Mr. Decker, will not us. themeve proud tim of their wages, of which cloe out a ieee. leaveus-butwill remain with us. ords
Road Waek Commenced to $1,500.00 is paid out by theabove Ed Evans and Sarah Hendersono Gibbs Resigns o t n t b e a Melbourne Beach, were arrested and Sporting Note Mr Gibbs Resigns Cot C m ioer Conkling will omPany every two weeks, or more lged in jail last week upon the Messrs. Jo Fielding and Ed. Mur Oliver Gibbs of Melbourne Bench.
t four tsof m at worawt men twork, charge of living in adultery. phy, two quite prominent sporting advisory board for Brevard county of tfor hi and me Sh f B n t D s W r wt rete ad I iloarged, men, the former having given in- the Florida Mid-Winter exposition, on Itaiibeo ai d elronon will take each a and Von Worley decided to make a was arrested and put in jail charged structions in boxing at the K. M. I., aecountof ill health. team for b r In their rpctive dis- round-up last Saturday with the re- with having in his possession stolen Eau Gallie, and professionally en- The editor of THE STAR received a
ets. The patent ddmp wagons were suit that they got right onto the property, the same being a valuable gaged at Miami and other points in postal from Mr. Gibb to this effect disp ed with, as the common wagon mblers without raising a bit of Enish gun belonging to Admiral the state, were in town Tuesday and en ng, st ing at le. te A.
u ma ell t a n at la n, and twenty-five were held up Gillis, which was stolen some three will probably arrange for a contest Gen in ating that Mr. R. Athe
Sin the midst of their gaining aut e s obutthekeen detectveper- to come off at this place the latter bard or thiscounty. This account midnight and placed in the county eeptiot it a few days Thead- part of this month. Further par- for the change of names in the all ,s toocrate itafewdays go. ie a ticulars will be announced later. dblished in THE STaR and the Melt Cofedate Veterans Appointed following Monday, before their miral was overjoyed to receive asrne Times. Proof of the call with
Cpt. R. C. May. of Miami, has trial, several of their number were gun back again, and Sheriff Brown Yacht Club Members Mr. Gibbs name was mailed to Mr. O bem appointed chiefof ordinance on liberated, their fine being paid by feels positive he has the evidence to Yin Wednesdar before we knew of Mr theatlaffof Brigadier General Math- their employers, casting them about convict Lipscom at the next term of Allmembersof Indian River Yacht Gibbs resigntatio and Mr. monkisow e e r i t circuit court. appoirtm-t. We regret Mr. Gibho es, of the third rigade U. C. V. $20.00 each; the remainder of the iruit ourt. _ lub are requested t attend a meet- health netsittd his giving I th This isa well deserved promotion gang plead guilty and the fines in all Wood for Sale ing this Friday tvLvinv a: the office strk, as he has had uelriene ani of onewho wasa faithful Confed- amounted to $382.70, all of them Wor SlIiif Ibe. M. lllin. ishav, Ien a valuable sneii v erate soldier and had alwaysbeen an paying out but fours the total ex- Notify Mr. John Henry or rit n unt ardent worker in the U. C. V. orga- pense of the raid to thecounty, costs me a card. Mio. I. G. HOWAR of itniportance requires attntio ninzation. of trial, ett., footed up less than I -lN iiN Il. WA Stetson Foot-b.!l Other appointments made by the $100.00, so that the county funds are Church Notes Pr.sih S defeated Rlliinlssct Viiti command general were: decidedly increased by the sotls 'in All are i.niiil\ in, itel to attend the l'ark \oinlfer 2t,,li by th -i-LL Col. JM. Catheart, adjutant the sheriff ano his deputies anil it is Id r r r y C ,r
general and chief of staff. hoped that the gambling iill heclon se11i1s t cnt.n sr ni ind; v again at I Iluaod Than'- MajorM. Seabrook Sams, inspector broken up. at theMethilist,-horch. Titusville. next ( FIl A giving da 1, I. Th, gam.,s s r
general. The Titusville L.umnitbr i ir~un I ihe wi pn at i th li w net. St ia ra
Major Alex Perry. quartermaster prompt in paying off itI!mll. !ng a hl:.ii aiw ry n i 1 al I general. and this fact being kInow ill u ll ; ;, ;.i !. li I am. i, Major J. W. Whidden, ehief of ar- down the state, it wo.l o ian r, a ana , ali i H 1 :i - ,
tillery. terminated in a murdtl-eus I. rIt ,ttung. ,g i i it is th,
Major W. A. Johnson. commissary something perhaps or had noi t n',,.,. n t ., l.,rila lto l t I
general. iour worthy sherif i put a stip t th, b in ii I Major J. C. White, judge advocate business b? making a it .l l-i
general. anti capture. I. MajorJ. C. Pelot. surgeongeneral. The negri i'stere cni:llIat n ''
Major A. A. Keith, chaplain gen- themselves on leing m:st-eis of thin St ai I. Notic .1 [ ., :
eral. situation, for the ofhcers o-erhearl nihur h. Titusllo-i i 'unday vll n. ing T li
Capt. J. A. Cox, Capt. H. L. Crane them cursing thesheriffbefore the at ::i i-. \. II. n n i i,, !.b erothndi.li I Th T lin
and Capt. U. M. Bennett aides de raid wasmadel) when inlet theean 'a of t i i htat iti- r'
camp. threatened to go after the sheriff on Rev. wii. Stons will priah at In tsh, at:p. fortl tIn tin if -.: t"lue o il. i
Call at the Novelty Store and see gamblers h eing flee the anla at Titul a.' n l.on i nla i nt iretors antId su. n h T eharli b I l. FI and
the jewelry suitable for holidaypres- and at Ttusill at .m. may e prisnted t- f l l. Pat
ents. A souvenir given with each A cool drinkat a pla at
pusnehme. M. DODSON. MANDY'S. PreseLterian church Sunday evening. %. S. ,RANNIN'n Ir .,it I itn ; Arthur Undrbh I. f Lak, and there will be Sunday school in the Cashier. elen; Tarry Garwood, ,f r en bpal te line of Xmas stationery. Wood For Sale afternoon at oock. Fine B ,x Candie. at the Ba Cnnoe ret csin . lichlle ti .tP
aim tableta. pens, ink. etc.. at Ban- at Soe ____ irnt h I Vi u l n
n br s -- Pine or oak. any length Also plow- i Drug Store. _ ertha.
and harrowug. See or addre J. For Sale Cheap dortha S ck for Sale Jamion A itgoods cnd handwarming stove. Orange and Grapefruit Trees Bargains in Men's and Boys
stock grown on high pine Drayig Apply at Novelty Store. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Clothing at Kline's
Sndi Nure.ri estab- Dsrying or hasl IA kinds proImpt. I.M. DODSON. hickory hammock. Free from white Men's and boys' clothing, made Ib
36. Send for estalogue. Iv atleded to. Ments yl ltrans. Stove I- fly. One year to two year old buds, the leading tailor of New York, it,
T la and West Palm Beach, Fla. ood tore sle sall inll-s. Just Received Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- all the latest styles, at prices more H. Hom'. 19o0 bean .seed extra early ly bpmked and delivered at Oak Hill than right. HIiay Goods Tuni. and 1.000 to 1. $4.00 per bushel station J. W. G Duglas sho-s of all descriptions.
SOh Novelty Store has a full line o sai.A c EP ro ua sa. F. O. B. E L BRADY & B Shiloh, Fla. in both high and low cuts, the name
g ,pic s me dolls,. g i 0so8 re of ontl high land on Titusville. Fla. A cool dria at a cool place at of Douglas stands as a guarantee fo ad Giveass all.~~o idd th Indinariser MANDY'S. every pair. Price $2., $300and L Dooon e Narlow, deiribed as f llow: Lta F $3.S e ; _th. h ad-. 3oW k t O l 3, sectionl One pair thory, ma monS a D. Papa.a l frie ,is laip 3 io uha ;;; y'i8 o ld pupa, cn between nettes l 41 Titusville. Fa.. F. A. Loley. man- Shoemaker and repairer, all work he*a% T held is ,m ap .h, numtfinal 1 pups .--- ---- ..:
rib pter, will bef rit age to train I. On the European Pli-fun- claehss and uaramteed. Next door tII,
3 ~ rA & E. 91. Law wC-sonopes. Addressf),coreisherfmnsand quick lunch, Cen-,Carruthern barber shop. Jlia Stree Bolston. Ma-. IPrnR office trall located. Titnsillt








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2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1907

the New York situation. One report
was that the president contemplated
the creation of a great government
bank and that Morgan opposed thbia

Willian J. Iryan i a recent state Learned It
rent on the inani al situation e f
pressed hhnself s favolri lgislitat n There I-,nr w. I
to provide for the guarantee by the Th
govternsmet of all deposits in national ad Ial tuar - I
tanks. This. he thought. would have e.; lt i
Ithe effect of estallihing perfect corn o a, l -,s KI h
Idlene in the stability if the banks. ner i
nhile tIle govornett -tuld insure it
self against loss by imn.sing a tar on "I i l -l It I h I .
deposits so small as to he Insignificant ,a_ t b,~ t ,
t onceriug the present situation be khle lr. T I
recently made balloon trip over the elt for bringing the eorpon t in to said: "I am not going to lame the pre, ofto pln li t i t I I. S CUTIVE wal of Frt Wadsworth New York me, he eey a th dent cause I do not think that blame gl to w,,rk f .. ,l..
harbor. and taook a ln of birdnee crend cant of maintaining the army should be laid at bis door. Those who lltol ol, t l :n.r ,-a :.,.. a k. T N Bond and Note ss photographs of the fortifications, show- e by direction of the president Secretary trial was tuned over to the war d wnld, j Lnt though It h ee lenders for fortyseven years have so a t
of the Treasury Cortelyo has issued ed that the opped th ountr to all stree at
reeam dated Nov. 18 oeri to t he aneronut will be given a commission in Brewer's Attack on Roo elt th that when one of its gamblers fails our I'ill u tI- I : erl pthe a 0.000.0al of the d bond the United States army balloon corp. Before a large and distinguished business world trembles. anl ii ti l Int.- 1 -a >l.l
of Panama anal ln dated Aug audience assembled n Carnege hall they ed
1. 1906. bearing New York, to inaugurate the Civic Forsale ha il t
2 per rent Inter- POLITICAL rorm a as a nntionl lyoenu Jsue COMMERCIAL ote i, a eat ret eemable Brewer of the United States supreme sole agents or t I Ul: -in i payable n Oklahoma N tt court tndelged in several pointed crit-Nell luus CIars the Sky.
t. T re to The state of Oklahoma which was is of Presid ent olt an- athe motne rof then to r
be issued in de- formed by the union of Oklahoma and parsons between him and Governor try as well a in Wall street the news nomnatons of Indian Territory Nas. formally dthe- I eahr. tughes oasilo hnt had of the gIoernments bond and note is Plan to Pay Debt an Cn.ir. Orgi. $10. $10. $1.000 mitted to the Union Nov. Ib when the spte o te oaa henut had snes caused a feeling of relief, and the Tihl chr \ -- N r a t ..
red n. rrg Preiden Raseselt signed the proca- binsed and gone home when Brewer'TeIr%.l and $10.000 eg President Roo velt sied the prola went into the personalities. The jus financial skies were clearing. Every Iot Ih I I, i isteredbonds ad motion of admittane. The pen used ent wasn the pno ee of chief where bankers were eager to get the pa t h. i will be exempt was formed from a quill plucked from eet wa n peahig t the office of chief new se ritie, and there was no need ire t. trom all taa- the wing of an Amercan eagle. It that ts term had denotplored the ac of a n underwriting .ydicate. Many -tnii . .. ton. They will will be deposited with the Oklahoma years and no re-eletianb an at Set sent telegrams of of gratllation to the er.t be re lvable for Historical society. While there was no dewa In the casention, of 178. f president and Secretary Cortelyou The -t.ce 1 public deposits ceremony co eted wih the ignng n e of 1787 ubcriptions to t issues have atl the h I a i Secretary Cortelyou. In national hank of the proclamatio In in Washington. the to a ny, "we sho ld not no hre ent on nady gun to pour in. Nevertheles It1 ll n alve ha I et I
sad an available as security for the cr-. act as ignalized at UOklaoma Cty vpetarle of our btrencou president its rjgt oisingrt de Fr .a t r v s h teri nta t b n h in btoeot at orr ocritfitslen in C A S T ORde I A ni a, 4 11.,
tba of bnk notey Bid for the te rin a of eelis the blowig of laying a game of hide and eek lth nomination of $1 $2. tind S l takl tla l - e
ienve cited and mut be In hand by the whistles and a general ameln peope.l Then dron e
rauth of Noawmler. awards to ie nade The new state gvernnentaaf 3as ioe ermen e The audI the re
to the high t biddesn. diately lnautar .ted at Guthrie. Th fairly gapedl with ast nieneat hen grabbMe for tti ness oi Ie i bt It- ,
On the same day elrelars were in- admission of Oth han mahe the he intimated that seven years of Ronam At New York qiiitie o f I ic lli[ g i 111 .
and avitng asunlerptions at par with iahe of at es In the Union forty- celt wan enough. but considerable I reinghl 2 at l :i ir iti on tie lur.
acernnd ttere tfrom N.o. to od, at ala. The star trrel igthe ta. plaisa Greeted the t.mea Aai lint it. .. tti.- lill il..... illI. Agai aCT a tla
pec rest on $0itr iton. the ertl- state it not be added I the laig stil hr emtlod rl e e sa) ig that a icth r o it i i$ 1 f t S I I eate of indebtsdnet n autholed b the Fourth atof ly. i u ise er old th i t t hs aboeut ab r lil itisli taiai i ce i "!i I a IbI
the net of II. These will he pyabhle Panin Absrd, Sa, Pesoident. folTe ttr nd hl l in t il ig li t li- ii I .ughliii li i a t
to bearer on and after Nov. 30 by the Pr i t nr e velt i his letter of "rooe sht hit ,pgic d othi i r t.itrai orm tooh It I. i l,li r t Ya I Bou
Uteeancy department. Subscriptions Nor. 17 authorizling Seeretary Cortel -ili- t-o tt N, ork l i atr I I li i al os the a will be reresved by- the secretary of the yop to Isoe .nt, .pil of I'aun a e that he tai l ai s flrl thi c n I-ss wnti t)u h i:o int ilt ii f n I0 IaI Bl latar Offnr trea ry at Washington or his assist- aIlI ltnlds and i 0 lt.tl0i M of 3 pe r ltalOtlslt If it o.r r hIoIm n it:ti the e ra
ant. In other cti o after Nov o. half cent interest earing government notes had I- iThread Compn y' Proit.
of the a n to tte at the na- characterized the resent panic as ac auldtatin f hoi t i t iti fl i ft lih g Tl r, t o tl h m & I a t
tlonal capital and the other half by the asurd ad alpillied to the people to go er to l n hrtt llulty [I I lh I hwlwll a:w n assistant t treasurers son asto secure the ahead with their usnins In a nml man whtilcer e ll tl ba l ho m a t h'e t r m p t u el r hsies woli. mnton wa mt imu hand an and: Totril r widest panllle dlstriiutlon. The r- fashion. "Wiat Is most held]." said the. lrhapt we hl all ct e a l I ot
tlfates will le i tll In drnomint a- e- t I t at tren n Is that our citisno of annthe- of this state thab t Il kr r it t pre
ions of $a each. should realize how fuanilunaly done etier and h:l isi ot .l o Ihn hc
Railroads Dnfy Pal Order. sound business conditions in this a(o t;iolde tile. Th aidreus f I;I When to Go Home
Three railroad eompanies. the Atr-li- try ire and how asurd it is ti iprmit or Iluig l hald ai lified l it, Ihal f r th lhiltl, I i
In. Te. na an n .lr la I'e. ot. .th.-ai nr e h es lu t iuto a panic ad Ihe pon li, olthir onlst W ,Ior the "Whte ll d ot. 11r.n1 \Vli O -l
Rand vt De.acie d....I the . .-ratc a utriege y by wanting their iole ant not to tify his o n i anl i.olalt W.h..a Oleit
d SonFrancis,.loaAsor the Mhisroai aa,
--1 Parifi. bate alolutelI declined to sat itn instead I nolilg irfe.tl y dtlons. a rta l. It t ti- it io ii I !jk. There is tI r
comply with an onler of the Ittiot no1 sno inh There is no particle o b or F-ak tl.. il ot a au r re1g rtn ,l.
Itrtment that fr the nent ifort: in inl o e ill he hnl api e i % 11 l tile fat III esI
i gys these na s satihonwl carr ll it a nlhrl adOUor n aheil th H bylll h I ll Ia lit L ll o
mail bowe and ott there wi all ,up st Ici ii t he r.n e r o ittlttr Iby ] Illaul t
Prepllalr ;11 War Airships.lu n 10411 re ..rr B lrd St Liniment Co. hat- tI tie dlstrlitain ienters wIth ge0tiu -c in neii na n hi I ,tt l itt l'..t, -liaa t atr liail. a. i m at aliit h1 otbintitleti- theyWith agett re h1,[. io ,g I'u:- cod i fe W t
OT e m le i .t talb on t ierefor. tlhe roa n I-e ritie 'r 1 tn I he e slan a It tot ii 50N tllrth ir h tl Wl 5 aslr goermet havel not olverlon uti tlr bra1l.;hicn il ool n Stre- t,
ron for thi n n tet wa a desire it pro Calls It Railroad Pani. I re ieti t a ,d u te ir
rent a tIep-n or luayio u o f nlll tur Jatne J. liill hi a ui ldr-s tt re u Ih tll ia f slu l l I tilt il t titi t ull at ta would idd. wit tol iln i t Ing and just pnl- e fin g the hollda (I e o tu l restr a lt lub le i iloa;t I h r til 'il hil t I lr:thr l m lillliltllo bad S. o l o e lld takeolnnR emrTo this end it was hoght that tIt No I. i inti me i ho ....s .an relil jlllitIli il fe f Iore m1li hnu tiftI a nni.Co h tle ,T et i l :s l iPich 1 ost FRIEND TO FRIEND
would Ie Well to have tile III iti li li e t htinu o t- Pridnt ros- i o fit- ettt ir lr tiit o nn IIllterti r i n tg h I nl .e1ttanifelt. ltlre istih- lhin flin ] i ittieits all %tl u a on ti. i on utncttT pl.ot,o "' ri "l :t II i d 1 t ll h la Th i dioall It ftreiellt. wilth i- the I ++t- int t :lrlli larl t tle tr Io ca t.illll l :ilttnt-h :oe \tel-c \titithf a ia Pltlln )av I L
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cu THE FLORIDA STAR 3
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The ateamhSip CatM Capt James satr fd A Mly.u State Paeman Be Mlest. im 6p ler aeC Me, o r last trip oat tfia the vele M meUn ) e posalg lod in gulp down WbaM. pert of Peat Gords for BHvans, Cabs -W teerfoodor medicine may be oe reun? CUU arwriW bd of ctle, f e tu dheG. tOt- tlr, do you Want to know, something dikteI byEKng Wak L tr gillty. so my We alem to the postmastea of the pldn- "O" into dr tL al X" _____ by Ri nthe Wah I sfoted, L .D. nllre by. tl oes in the state, rqusthl d"a no dier
eahnd ras the V dct l ad them to meet in Jkorile Nor., Mst intelligent and sensible people b reenly rom th te jury n t a e t o the purpose of orgaing a w days Lst an knog what they Stat of e eorida a J I Asocoation of pfomater stt "Tioy hether BE food or s medlel.
the eiain o ters for the Dr. Pierce beefiR thy have a perfec
R City 1 going to speed $4, John V Colelough will not return to chaWred with embesalement lGem D- oiatlorldn ro.pmaarsisfoporerosshadge. Ba e a an mleal Improementese Dayton this winter s was his inten of seven thousand Are hundred dollar Similar associations have been or pbil a each b DdWo cowaty ltckmes shipped six tlon. He has just Coneluded arre while agent of the Atlntie Coast IS s nearly every state in Ied ehbead all catle to Cubs fat Wmen to emoe Of the officers of At this pole,- Union. Gtlorgia reoasty singod in nearly every state in the
i Ae exploration party to tererse the The jury wa composeeed of W. Union. Geor recently organized such ie ori Sot anA Tas ociat hlon d they will hold their nassc which his ndth rin o i o npne eexp red ortio of South America n, F. T. R heord, C C first meeting on the io5th nd 26th of ar e nd r siodi ad und e t t t ematd that the oraingnto the rop between the fourth and tenth parallels. mond, Geo. H. Gibbons, w a aone a b oe will tae ir pe rr e rt al Dtpy will bringolateethe The ons. o.wil- thir ag oet conll i a he party will be under the direction and L P. Tan. It is expected that a number of of I earr of an's pularwdA otor o $0s0t thise d of the Royal Geographical Society and This case, which has been on the is from Washington will be n h rglarities snd deraems sit At preeoeat there is about $M5O expect to be i South Aerica for fi docket in the circuit rt f Alachua at the covesti ston vit atio g rise to freot daeh- bacwTth of beel cattle in DeSoto tonta esar. They start from New York county for the pat two ears, being V th e cot a oche. dfmtinedor pais or ditbWlM is a they are rapidly being shipped oa. very shily.--Dytos Gasette-Nes. continued from time to emo oing the ait officials. p, fttimAal otr plri ,abi. aticom onilowhaciaso fry Beredad tha e sa pu t ised from tim e to time. wan evr at pesainto to at the meeting o. st drish a dit The sty council o Miami has made There is a suit pending in the circuit ed on Monday of the pretest week. and to be held In Jacksoaville o the .7th, plri etrrhal dsin and bidd symP a dmt.on of $M to help defray the tonat brought by a woman against the sts occupied all the time of the e uf n sd sA a ei the .rap bytio of the i-'it ieane irt fr v- Fbnorile and assist in the organization of the Pr~ootion is a mit rtbicnt remed.
pease of the neat Dade County fair. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad for data- during the week. association. Postmaster Gerow will at It is alv effi'tis\ in gle psainfl 'me person cu stomoead period n 5n gi t tvtnn itr ogit o t n The Jefferon county Sumatra Toba- ages. The pleadings set up the facts The best legal talent which colJ tend the Macon convenotoi for the ad i vsa the vtan ci.
Tm de ysrypldou ernd at lan en in vr tak otft r and in pr v alng the s am'
eo Company has been organized at that a ticket was purchased at DeLand be secured on ither side was employ- pose of rgig the Washington ocial th tan r or h m Moantieello with a capital stock Of $15, for Beresford, and that when the pur ed, and the case as fought on every to be prseot at the meeting tre thvel cldir -ate so otO chaser atteltplted to board the train at iegal polnt T s o e trrse tiac i si a mmat hgdent. trfvbheiong Capt. John A. eMKay, 63 years of DeLand Junction, she was prevented The argument for the defense wa A ome Made Happy y Oh amberc- o,,,., distinh, l w d to-mi in rtilar. age, a pioneer citzlen of Tampa, for from doin so by the train crew who Cncludied Thubday afternoon about lain's Cough Remedy it i riks ar shi anod inoraiig e easier of custom house and lath informed her that the train did noTi ua-iast 5 o'clock, when the charge Ab.ist It mon s a a l t drs tio ia, r stio. Beycshr of am he s found t i b crad y o- ea tl o ad or hby iil Pt( pH rio la i trias. eof Editor D. B. McKay of the Tampa stop at that station. She was com. of the court was given, and the ase iad meslee sldh siltled s ler Iollns is-s rnhotra or VtSL it dsne. and Times died yesterday, plled to walk from DtLand Junction wa left to the jury, with the under- an d as lust a alted in a seere atD ,, t'.d po t ictit d le dThe regular annual motor-boat res to Beresford. with three smalll chil- sta z that if a verdict was reach brisnchtis. rWe hadl two l os but I,, e d theo dctil fecmiai m. Sthe Palm Beach Power Boat Asso, dre and asks damages to the amount ed within a reasonable hour the court relief was obtained. Everr)dy tgl A hlst o f ni al
present toss fest in p t t o e ntth pr t o at ce r s me d
will be held during the week of five thousand dollars.--Deland sould reconvene. There was re tr wosld die I west to eight diefereit each o the several iiigreillt of rh-l'h 1t. The Vesetian carnival will Supplement. dirt reached. or reported, however, and I eo rtors 1usd a certain resedy wielih hs Favoritc Pscm-riptlo+ i- wade toe the
~ e c c t the diSesse toe whiih it iseteired
he bld is the same wreeb. About seventy laborers came up ateshut siteen hours connement, bieen recommended to ae and ai to Il to a ure Yni mas rad what thet
The teaser Falcon. of the Tampa from the rairod extension last night he verdict was rendered at the open- get it, she onre I teIrelee.e- I- lrlf l li. a yca v t"i- tor a eve iol1.t1 o rstraetl
ay fd Wet Coast Navigation Co- and when the boys reached here they ing of court Friday morning. sited that I try Chasoierlain's Cough tnm the ueadine tillhor.i t. o f R P Y libeled f debts has found themselves in rather had predi- A moion for a n ew trial was made Reedy I did said ouilr iaby i iie P.n. Inv. ad .l. aI nslini libeled for various debts hasnonethdicvrthtoag.eaaskesaspd efforts to get the rin on the paper eut ,Pnitentlary. TBo eGattianadyl.e seTo B A il has been Iosued for a meeting h Ain apetig ldoi ad the d NeLA Y O N EA S N tkn and thu co
Jatksonville. a.nNo27hoenee North Miami wat somewhat pendant's bod was fixed at Nd.MT W RUDDER
form a P. ters Ass at os for duller than that suburb oall is pending the giving of which the de m strand disfa. d HOW TO BOOKS the state. st A itat Potmas- when an extensio gang st the ondat is i the custody the sherii. d thr t-raen an en thtbs ftfidr the d d re in th e [c ii o ter General F. H. Hitehoek will be w. It is Said that I of the menu h A tows, It is said that songt ou the tm-v gfrl was withisfthatvtimtehhadlstoald coreTwelve f al t h aseaul present to assist in perfecting the orslept o the Urly to Bed Sitt ia oenheidru"itdae nta it dyrc .oecl Cii, it r e n ot wr without osseri ani u left on the a r t B ai Teh s c r if simloit i s ITA N i. i oT PPF E E A s ganlzatio. ground last night because they could aslaahl to i erislaket one h1 ltiRoa. c l woe, t h mhelon s a s Clift n C- w ho for teftt ore h-NO TO BUILD hly RACER FOR nso
n w t otraise eash on good pap.-- iami Iltrhles Iorr v-ts s Ih" --yi IT- Y"-' year has been chief lert in the State News-Reord. hfr ssti dvl rpoi t h* e all s t a T U ahu ae ii-Reco d. 'l liver &EASO
Land Department at Tallahssee., has rs. A d a a n ..... ini st r a .n ena
resigned and John Costa sueeeds him. announces the di that ora e rit: s kee a supply of or I For Buying a High Speed Ball , I An Innovation has takes plane w the oill acre the drink habit. Her fil e n anled h 1* l yllti Bearing O BUIbr tr taCNG SLOOP ofie f the Land Deprtment rs. w l e hr deirh rbt~ ism. Hr h o I e fi f e ishr n i- arti'nnl i ll f shpedas a man who had for ore lin ohanp nhta smt "a't r s a i dard" Rotul Sht htlemn :car". n. .m. ..na tr ahalip ln d a w p tothat oan k the xrst .oman i ,] ta UL t w T M T ship In thae ofLr the frt wmS Aeting on her st agestion. he to-an Sewing Machine clerk in the history. t"ds y tL o Sd0ISOeUd tIr s each da, by eating an ran as Punta Gorda'a Great Industry. i a .L. A . . .. .
Miss Alice oseley. a ui seee s he oe- his es t li ONLY ONE REASON .. ..
pears old. daughter of E. Moeley. a fore g n ti o ,,Lkt hI i l-i t. o s UO a OALDRAsUoGHTrsLOO farmer who resides in the hailet of tr, sot loe, b ls o iot TI, i l srl' c oe For buying y other machit'e' Marietta., about a1. sils west of Jack Ills teiy tilll' h Itll aT I Tci- I :i i lrn s c hc l :e noF, c iz.: It is cheaper. But there is HOW TO BUIL0 A FLALnr O SHA:, sonville. a illed yW i the Seahoard d iu. le r lie i- Il- ltlrll Au tnu e ;i 1 I! I l itlio to more difference in the quality '"'" .....i ...-.y.-1", + 0I00 [ 15
Air Une's River Junction train tFriday t lu th or one tci an at l c il 0d ce ilh than in T sS tTO 5 moreL df. 5 night. The unfortunate girl was with that tim had lost a i- ft I ,sila- an I 'l b TT, ntic l ull, tlhan i t'Pthree Companions who a ihe engine nolks. t ti st a. a l .. c-i Teo "Slas tt'" nriiOtdty IoTl [Fii PRICE $1. EACH just in time to jump and save hei thre tins a da IT, I iI it l.s e l ls t.lrl ie ives, tary fur his histIt d hi p i ,- I "I, I i; I I i i O.i I- ) ti.,"-i ll lle t s h J- "t' 5, o Burton Belcher. easier ol tihe Balsnk is sait Is hi-c flei i 0-- Wi c- iil it c-C' I- a' ii TgE RUWTEI PUblSHIG CO of Largo, was in St. Petirsblts-g yes earsi t an d alsg. fhi- T I-Till I ll I "'T- Iellic hl A011 hii tski Tiie iaeri t iiiee i e sussAs s s U. s*os terday. Oranges are beginning to -r that ai\on esii a iia o ': -i -1i I,;o I 11, s tic '; csi ii nl 'd bs, iiliiil on ci ati ilticese sv sill.,, It move at Largc and the hank will bn r- dav i v th y ua: :- 1;: l iS The, ai ;Iear a.iI n-s 'I -' 0-li- -ci -.l- ,
quite busy Ior the next six months. I tILisled Ith t il F,, ,h,: flh:i- --.- b i nin g Itsr .t" As many as 200-.no bxes of fteis arv Press I: 'i hi h c o yl0cO 'v-s only cihl Ni,, eay bal,oc- Il rcrs, shipped frim this poinln and iall a ,o I hi t., toilsh stlO sl The Illnllll II,[ iaj--i 'i- li ii phall million dollars will pasio teh- That. It n t To Is o tad all& 7 sh tIhe nert the B nko of laces in Tht il -St. ,I ..II-lil i l.o.l -l- ..i. 1 .... c.0c..- .. ... ... i.. I ..i.i.I... c .........R R
Petelsbucy hdepernh't. ihe., leond ic- y y loi, I I i "1 .i i '" 7 I': lX- 75 PI 1 1 1 .1 ] iill llls ir a i, a1 t -I I i I I Il The schooner Estele. Capt Curry viisd evees is cThe f; Ii, t l i i -' ,i ived in port Sad fo p S II .fri tCe i l
ble. bringing among other freiEht sre- EirD Sii,,- iiddli. l-- 1 arr yh ,n. dlp Sa r ftom ly a ch i il Attirgi 55,EE.DSSUCEED~I ., ,.'
eral hundred talks of Rhite sugar i e rii r A, I U T L, -t whois -t i i ts i sI phv was-i w n :
cane grown as that place. The cane os ouI; ei b!, tblIhili- o d, : ea t ti Pap I .er. "i -. is unusu ly llg. well deCvlol.d and -h ll -- -, -: ,,1 ofa hi. ti lti lre tei ne Old ome. n i., So.,EoD V1 d Ho laIno f lhe Caitl. gSlc oTtil tii o an n i alatn i c ai ciantly ll-e i- I l - I ITc f i
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to a northern city to a girl to whom hL cati one d ittel io' c aIaol ei l hbs s]Sso, IiH. a s Thk -- D is c o v ery
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her through an advertsement ad al- as fluently os hdtsr Esglos hu bthey o- they a s rd-sesirs R l e
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THE FLORIDA STAR gWeDAr, DECUMBER 6, UK

iLOIDA STAR .at and p. a m PROTIINENT HOSPITALS SAY ssareferit c e, or Itr still
we =place a emanimeas
euag rtolook Atr it and at the JJ1D'BdRUNA IS EFFICIENT
ty.
.it.wert Aem Now, it i up for the people to IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
mdna larepeae- take ti As one of them we are
a lleft pu became heartilyinfavorof the exhibit and l be wahe to engagein the placing of a good man in charge
~ aure he will not see so of it to interest people in Brevard.
ma firing. It is tobe hoped
wihe be has found hisnee. easy GEOGI"A
in which no g Mrs. Cao Allen and daughter Ruth
ams &r his notice, he will tell spent last Wednesday in Cocoa.
le public about it He won't find Willie Barnett is in town again.
it in the ministry or in medicine, nor He is delivery boy for C. D. Provost. wAC: tlhef d itinjournalism. Human We are.glad toseeMr. Wadsworth S lifeis made up of suffering and any- out again. He was quite sick for a
ame who comes in contact with peo- few days last week.
la and events must hbe prepared to There was a meeting at the school ite it. The professional man house Monday evening to decide on
whodoehisfulldutytowardssociety plans for the Christmas tree.
will not seek to avoid contact with Sylvester Mclntosh came over from ueaing but will exert himself to Cocoa Monday to do the work on the
relieve as mch of it as he can. cement cistern at the parsonage.
Mr. At Wadsworth went to Cocoa
he Starke Telegraph editor says last Monday and purchased lumber
that it would sem that Park Tram-. for a small boat, which he will build
s ellhasalready "walked theplank" himself.
as far as the support of the faction Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Simmons arwith which he has allied himself is rived from Kenosha, Wis.. Tuesday sITeas or 0E Cooo sUr*Peno. UO~T uEs.
concerned. He left Ocalabefore his and are at home in their cottage for H05PITAlS Al.LOVER THE COWYENT FLTD PE-RU-NA VALUABLE IN TREAIIG ALL CAT IiHIL DISEAES turn to make a coming out speech theATARR o the respirtoy orso I Montreal 713. v. 19 0I Asa
and "theysay" he leftin apout be- Miss Nellie Owen and her cousin. C, AT common sthmen in nadtryotans H ou orusa refm i es e a l
ase thegovernor told him frankly Adams, had a long battle with at leaso two-thirds of the yar S
he(thegovernor the engine of the Van Cleff launch TI-, codiio i no dos caused v n Saly it is a good tonC ad awe
s r ly r t t last Monday. but escaped without le'n. scr winter. expereniesodaf --gr hoi re. h t:o
support Wll BryanforUnited States moreseriousinjury than soiled gowns '1 P of hoa e. .-oreeic / -v.-1ai Whc"
senator. "'Theysay" that Mr. Stock- and blistered hands. Therefore, when plern sn h e irs-c i--_al o n '3- .ton isgoing to support Mallory. Carl Wittfeld took Mr. and Mrs. d or ths tiarrhal die a
we all know that Mr. Carl fittfe t took Mr. and Mrs. ; i fo iho rrhal i. -O Adi, ,'r o - e 0 .
e all kno that Mr. Barrs istoo Copeland and children and Miss An- oce am poulrImeicinn er y cr:,- e .. -: :
busymaking money outof Dixieland nie and Mr. Charles Stewart over to r tndildaol a ma n i .., use, -ou a nd::
park and thinking up ten-thousand Artesia to attend the dance Saturday pr d .ce pr ih e 5 dr a v- e -c.-. eso a n,,-,. i
dollar deposits that he made some night. They returned Sunday p. m. hundreds of caes b n r~se n a
years ago with the internal improve- Mr. N. Jandreau cameup from Vero Thes. intltionii do ant bi a niet ,ransl a a ment board, to pay any attention to togo with them but arrived too late 'iec thei ndor....n o opp i :unl t i PrI h: pa:t! t he politics, and to cap the climaxthein- and Mr. Carter took him up on Sun- lhh r sOe tiLS reat- reso e;.r n hosts.,e r,,
thaday.oft hlrpIr--I" k. .,om If: spired organ of the faction saysthat day. m.hyona t.ihvit Ma o.. Pru soao.... ...
Parkfailedat Oeala to"impresshim- Mr. Lee Baldwin surprised his fam- th !iitiri of Good&hepherd web gare ostilntec5asoleari r the lIv pI wr ily Saturday gh tI ion folowig endorsement. Sq.J ,n. who wr.as f ,:lo,
self upon the people gathered at ily Saturday night, as they were not .IIaI c"andorsnare hap S t. tJ u that r.our a:convenjion as a real factor in the expecting him so soon. It seems Cotms. ohio. P ien I ints T- I
race." It looks like Park is "ain., good to get all of our Sunday school frving used Peruns lor rhe past fe pae ::ti lri i. vne i. f : r
workers_,stayL ktdpooo.foour$ch pr w.ere K i 1,n, d : a tell y workers home again, and the few th. pp r or sick d poor we are ton 0up a, ad at i i andwe arrry ofit. He isagood faithful ones who kept up the ser- ,aty ct han it "An g r mc i ths in a eon s
weilor ard esrry of it. nslte i -afnsotri scar.
fellow and deserved a better fate. vices through the summer are glad e Sisters ofr the Good Shepherd. iA auag girl. 15 ar o bad o ct n
Breired's Opportunity to see reinforcements coming in as a...s Io corghe, hmc ah hait a otie o
the days go by. fer a erntinned ,e eedtota Of cr i .only re .una W Aflet a Confirmed a at l,t .m00"A' Itisexpectedthatthepublicmeet Fritz Hawk had quiteanadventure tani advetuur 1t a ond Oreto a.,n : n ced m,- h it Pru, a i magmice t ac d-- ta i n,
ing at Cocoatomorrowtotakeaction while on his way to Georgiana last .s- c-st opon of theremn dy asarn oaar a .s .n uuld b r quird to in regard to placing anexhibitat the Thursday. They came up in their passes iuata. tn i 1, it r in. I o r atmnt a I d no r- !d t a.r en aLPlorida Mid-Winter exposition, at small launch, the Falcon, and Fritz s 1 I
Jacksonville, willbelargelyattended thought hewoulddosme shooting ASk your druggist for free Peiuna Almanac for 1908
-in fact be a representative bodyof on the way up. He fired at a duck
the people of Brevard, and everyone while sitting close to the edge of the Aeep On the Trac.
should come there prepared l a n n The Toia Tril'ois of nd knisdal thed him overboard. The boat was The Tampa Triune of w\anesda qathequestionthoroughly. makingsays: Fanling aisl,,p on !he trolc a
There is n doubt that if Brevard making good time and Fritz came ap near an I lTM
te i no dout that if Brevard to find himself in very cool water if Saannh.salscsnt ci ..
will make an exhibit of her products and a good ways from the boat. wa ii slit i n i hll a
there that she can do herself proud However he managed to hang on to m. S .. I .......... ILS
thd fnet mud Hw ea, FERTILIZERS
honors. An exhibit at this fair the boat returned and the first thing with hi f is >..,:,. I ;;.
would be the biggest advertisement he said when they hauled him on Aitche. ho o scpIl, I
that could possibly be given this boardwas: "Did 1 get the duck?" a tai n lr,, in : Ta; :, :it Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see county especially if aided by the dis- Thanksgiving was a peaceful and -m" r!i ,a o.. ., from the reports there made what good results tribution of printed matter descri happy day at rgiana. Unelead ... were had by the use of the Mapes lanurs thi Hear notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It contive of the county and the different Auntie Hughes took dinner with.Je ai, ..ains lots of valuadle information. ApplI to !a 1 tti lotsof valuable information. to towns. Bruner and family, Mr. and Mrsi i an
Jacksonville being the gateway to. N. Page with Mrs. Cass Allen a it E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
the whole state, all tourists pass y, Rev and Mrs. Haw sland n . Jos. Paxton, Rockledge
Fritz and ikie Carpenter insl at St Mc --4 ... L through that city and frequently Munson home. Mr. Ellis and famnil J M. Sanders, Cocoa
spend some little time there; so an and Mr. Everett Dawley and family '1 j iti. A. T. Patillo, Osteen V
attractive display of our productions ped l o s i S Berg ann, dMerritt splendid time, Mrs. Jan aylo had S. rm, r i t
would e the means of securing set- guests from fia enture and there ji. or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville
tiers and probably bring into this was a numrih- t family gatherings "'Is i ,
countythousandsofdollarsforevery eside (r,sioa u a rus t .i.ti
little setlernt n it, sI le arc ie..., .....,.........___ ,______dollar invested in the display. bus and hat',h shl scar rs sil
Seeing is believing and when avis- and d,ubly thakf ui on Thanksgivi .. ng "
itor to this state sees for himself day.
what can be produced here, he will Potmater or .. hgane. h
be interested and come on here to The .-.-- Ib i. ;. ..nH O IL
see for himself the land upon which and third c.. ti. i _. .. ..
those productions were raised. Then iaion in.i. oir this B O O
when be investigates he will be al- dr, the iO-c, ., i. 1: asr Bi si d
meet sure to invest. Presid-c. (0,ort. I ,Vi. a.of Tallpa h .n r
The time is short and action must ce IsiIlit. w .. .rthip Theagic.o. ANDa
betaken Pat once. We must either Pensla W. A finn \.o f DeLaud. e n AND
take the space that has been resery- F. Stunh l of rp 1. I. 1ei t', f Ior I H. Pao i dr ii ..ar II.0v, I.
oftaeatone.W musteither S. t b a r ,fet a ..... is-i ed for us by next week, or step aside len S ar crar to e r ofrin j eh w liead kid-,
and let some other more enterp rios-ir te o ai nill, The ew or by Lhr luwe 1 1idlrlri r, W holesale and Retail
ing and energetic coluntlv have it. gaisaton will hl is first meeting Itric Biltrte, ml so-lt I ea, a ril
We are in receipt of a letter from in Tampae iim during the State Iod as. The re iottle m i ci and Mal Orers Promptly Filled
President Sebring, of the advisory Fair in Frary d" ~ THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
board, which states that Mr. Parrottad kidney trouble by T iTHE H. & W B. DREleW Coasas ae-ed to transport county pent hofeaona Draig Co Fo id, a-s to of h le s JACKSONVILLE FLA. i es ich me at limor this do in rsoi nra mooa.
We can accept the space and seed .e eAis Tob ulctic '













.mu .THE FLORIDA STAR 5

llA C Deah of n T IPE IT.UtATIrSI
4 nobble figure in the business
uad fe rid OUT II UNITD STA HARDWARE
T n Telfar Steton, business
mna:_ .gerrteloridaTimea-v ul H RWE
bl important who died ati home in Jacksonville imbmlmumImIm mm ImUm mI T_ m
bee Jude Jon n Satmurday afternoon of paralsi of
At Xiinume last week. the throat.
ain e He n QuincyFOct Jas. Pritchard & Son
ds e a i sek- 8, 181 was educated at a private the&nt ( ) Tnall tlheed tand
tLe e t var- school. Hewas connected with thei a. yoitrt thatdreed Anerian di- Handle the Finest Lines of
agpint the Atlhnti Southern Eleseemmpanyfrom1871 ses.riaism r.ith jea o eve"
m s...eaboard fo al- to 1888. resigning the position of day dna fond in ay drugwtor. theph Heavy and Shelf Hardware Sv of the rules of the route agent of the ntire state of arise wer e o indeed o i him-Hardware ini- orida to engage in merantile bus- portan to his iani This was only few mine in Jacksonville. He started moths ago. Today early every ewspver = len. Louis C. Maey, spee- a daily morning paper, the News In the mentor ern the metropolits daili* Our Stock of
Sfor the commission, and Herald, the first issue appearing in are anouning it s l the s ledid lalrodi
mi therewashelduponde- May 1878. in 1888 he becoming gen- abritv.dl Ifp h .t. an Guns and Sporting Goods
fdby the d oera manager of the Times-Union. proper it at home at smal con t It isomade ao ig
a eby the defendantsto Mr. Stockton had beenin ill health P. . enws e.. rs pern. nio is com plete at all tim es
-: for several months, but kept contin- phoucy luid extt dandli,n baf m plete at all tim es
1h0pe.al rules attacked by the ually at work until Thursday after- ounlre: compound oota. on oeor.: st o e didmnt aregeneral tIle3, re- noon, when he was stricken at the posud syrup ssperiill. Ithres u. s Mix qu g reightto be moved wiin front doorof hisoffice. He never by shaktin, lttand take i Paints and Oils of Quality regained nsiousnessup to the time dtos. .hereahraiwndatd htau. These a t esmable time, and demurrage of his death. He was an Episcopa- sr ai simple ingrdiets, king an absorele, fixing a fine of $1 per day per lian, a mason, a member of the Sons olutl, bharnle ho.n -dy.t lil one of our Specialties ealrforfailure to furpish and move of Confederate Veterans and a prom- RheunntiSs. a every one kows,. is a car. Thepowerof the commission inent member of various social clubs ymptomorfder dkietduer Itiisavndiof Jacksonville. He leaves a widow the prodac l by the failure of the kidnerstu toimpoae fines for the infraction of and three daughters. Misses Julia propy fiterur strain from the bled.t the Quotations for large or small orders will te rules is also raised. and Helen and Mrs. Geo. iM. Fox, of uricid id u:her matter, whh'ich if noti be given personal attention. Mail Orders 'Ibe auits may be regarded as Norfolk, and two brothers, Hon. J. N. eradicted. either in th uror ., though the i solicited and promptly filled tet eae. in which the whole powers C. Stockton, candidate for governor kitn pures roeairo is t hblo. ioumpsprm of the eoinmin in these two rles of Florida, and Hon. Telfair Stock-and foo h,ait the joinLad nmtaes. aswill hbe reviewed, and which suits He was the sonof Col. William Ieoatis.
r o s e m Uin i t e S t rates o f Is> n dt r s s son i e i n lt e beting s team i atm a s T ITU S V I LL E F L O R ID A will certainly be finally brought to a Tenant Stockton, of Philadelphia, a This pr.riptni.i is ,id to be a spieudid heigh in the United States supreme West Pointer, who saw service in the hali. cleaning.. i.v-ioral Ir n 1 to Florida wars and won distinction. the kidneys. and giv. almost imliatei : arHe settled in Floridain the early 40s. lief in aa form of bladder and .insry trausthetotal amount involved behind At the outbreak of the Civil war he band barkaebe. iHe als ornpepls in thoe test cases, it is stated will ag- entered the Confederate army and a iading New York paperagai:t the di grege about half a million dollars. became a colonel. Mr. Stockton's ,rimiati,,g ux r many patet medicine. Anmber of state and federal on- mother, before her marriage, was
Miss Julia Telfair, of Washington, Treasurer's statement
stittionrd questions are involved. N. C., Thomas was one of nine chil- .. lo. To expect your local merchants to ca rv a full stock of goods and the commission is attacked for dren. and be prepared to sell you a few pOunds 'f tlur, a necktie or a having usurped powers not granted Mr. Stockton was married in 1 7 "9 "-'" "'ual suNl 7 s -lu few pies of lumt.r for NIur ,.venec.e. alld thn when and u to it under the acts establishing the to Miss Willie A. Lawton, daughter want a barrel I flour, a suit of clothes or a -arhlad f luml_ r ofn omimn Other points involved of Col. W. J. Lawton, of Macon. fita ----- 50- send off for it? commission. Other points involved His death has come as a shock to Lees arrto paidt i .o. $urtand are: That under these rules the rail- friends everywhere throughout the "arU lir t When your town needs help, or a suvcriltion for chatit' i roadsare deniedatrialby jury; that state. sru st wanted, tdo you send to those merchants awa fr home a the power of the commission to im- Florida journalism sustains a dis- -- sk for it? If not, WHY? Suppose yk-u ulo ray ighylv mr po fine of $5.00 for a violation tinet loss in his death. He wa a at' tast h hOand tl- lutn $ i.'7.7 for your goods at home, su get it tack. Y,- Icat : a po heof that thefor action man of strong personality and did The above amount is held as follows: helps pay taxes and aids in every local cau of rule 8 is excessive that the action much for the development of his city Depaited in Indian River State of the commission is an interference and state, sn.b,.ni.as rathwesrifibate at withinterstate commerce; thatthe t-.hd .tro ..a . TtIrit adIS MONEY I. ht ------ e ., ROBBINS TIME IS MONEY power of the commission to collect New Yoak Q atuisr.. Boal .au. belonging to e fund are Ras fines in behalf of individual shippers The New York Pacher of Saturday fotowe: & J AHA is unconstitutional; that under the has the following to say with reference CSunty nrever.nue seertl nd I CO., Nbidiu 1.5 ([ncorpemtd. Paid ,ap Capital $2o.rm
constitution all penalties collected to Florida products on the New York d anbridte nl ( ptp i o must be paid into the fine and for- market: "There have been entirely f-ne d frfeitur 3. l 1 Th compa. .tns land t feiture fund instead of the commis- too many pineapples on this market spI rd Id. Dist. I 1 i the ndian Rir aCunnsion or to individual complainants; for the existing demand, and there has t try. the t Lucie River, and that under theproedurefollow- een nothing doling the way or u a .. ....... I-.-at New Rier. and on is
ed by the commission the railroads active mart re ropertyaeodd p-e l s PIR71.31 oy-c Bay.o from Caba aipmimato y wre 1.2(1t faund ...- ...... to.n PRICES TO StIT ITHE TIME
are depriedof dupro of law. crates and there were many of the haub fold t Oeraoil.t.- i ud Sfo rlandli o The argument on the demurrers small sized fruit. This defect, how- YpialSchoulFund ,Stteid ,r Orli, T
ever, is gradually improving. and bet- Total .... --- .7 uti Itlo by Judge W. A. Carter, division ter fruit ia hoped for later Th r e oe Resptiitbally bint. Tk h r, ,h ,rt, .uel for the A. C. L, who spoke it l tn t .. ... at E T COAST MET MARKET .............. c l
for threehours,complet~g his argu- was s-e to $2.s. Ploridas also came .U A met the next morning. JudgeCar- ver slowly,. there did not apsar to be What's O. .h DuoIIU tl n. ter w ,a followed by Ex-Chief Justice a ery brisk demand, which cas es,- ath doill is ,rth olbe well. IfIot Judge Raney. ehief counsel for the bty due to the abodaunee or other % Ito he ..ed of h ti s Florida and T I ....s ., to R 1 Seaboard. In the afternoon the rieties of fruits. The range on Flor- well enred." A sitive core fr srprins, atte's case was presented by Senator da was generally $2.i, to $. There nu ramltia, bruss, contrated uoelaeand Wetern Mamey and closed by Judge W.E. aerygoodeeling thd n heouth th e ll the ilis that iehs heir to. 1; Th. .. Kay, chief counsel for the Atlantic week for all varieties or Flor ve i oed T, i enor issatt M at% -!a I h t l .. ..... ..n Coat line, the omablesbin whicchesh, of ors was partly lkl s d it a the be- o1 n i stlin theobinedspeehesoe- to hanksgiing ty cal or ti. la eatvs keepit in Tthe hz% se." RII
copied 14 hour; of exhaustive argu- -saf. Mo of the i.iiRg, e lreaonn Tiosil of0 all Kinds, E"I 'I,. HIN E ..
ment in whieh wagon ioads of a- bod sor god quality. with a po hiin t. kiiI th.i, hit, thorities w- e cite. At ithe onclu- i i .1 e hi a TIT.SVILJLE, II [t t ttstlIi .-. I! I0 ion of the argument Judge Jones -t1, it, %are- ohia.t.en. s andi i. trna vi...a F-7. it.lil
said he would examine the briefs of I,uiy ii-,ncs ,-as so t",r poor th:1; Comspartiv statement of temperate 0. A. STEWARTTNI\H \iY both sides and take the case under an u dI -i ty Ih iceiers and rainf n for tbh week ,ndim Tusad. advisement. hr. lat,-,e r nd in iOr 0 a FIRE o i...
qu Titlt, an d i er wltln t $150 to N-ttAt 77 70i L I r tai,,r n.i-- i WhatCan You D o? r Os. sold fa'lt -l. but di no: 7 aO No rt
Whatothershavedone, youcando. ',, j ......... ulii. ..n ..aruu, 5 r1 Insurance! iThe s d SheIn achine
The salaries that others have drawn. tromnoht t to 2.o. t;reMn au isic House, Titusville
youcandraw. ltisantirelywithYou. wi ,l te1,tc--l 3 '1+r t'1e ndo! 1. 1 n s TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA ..
if youam interested in seuin a a ...... $ ..... T................... .. ............ll .ll rr hes.
S ae interested in securgy i a we a$ T It represent some of trafa for he w represent some o the leading end a Pl asan
position at a splendid salary twelve Peli. at 1 terw t in inen Jtn sns mif eompnis of the wold ands tny
o i h e r y u u d o o l it ts ac . t.h. . tn. .... ,,,i a, in A .....to, inus co m pan ies o f th e w o rld an d an y |f l o u
months in the year, yo uldnot do ringing on $1 to $1.50. Romain P.H l. business entrusted to me will rebetter than to take a courseofshort- bhl 4.d iI .ot $1 .i) ) n ( i Ili iRhar g. ceivepromptandcarefulattention
handand bookkeeping, or bookkeep- lace $1 to :
ing and telegraphy, with the Athens _serass ca..st as car
Business college, 184 1-2 Clayton St., Weather Report yI-l s plivo.oua-s they Tnot ahthe diseawar portion of the Ir fihe, is only one
Athena, G Summary for Nov. by Rev. Jas. H. way to Ire deafness, and that is by onitu
The editor has investigated this in- White. U. S. observer. twiuedi. ntIi raone ut lisin bI the
atitution and finds it to be asplendid Highest temperature on the 1st 89.0 ,ustachilau uhe. Wen thiistbegtiinflamed school, and that its claims can be re- Lowest temperature on the 14th 541.0 iu bhare bia s ,r n ai d or ierful.r hearlied upon. Write for a catalogue or Mean temperature for month 71.5 ain nd hen it is utir l a a y l fr w adean Coi
r he ubret d uctan this o, i tntesi beh a on pasy wa. Pars tlm rse Average mean for 26 years q.9 iht aenutnd thirs the iraldoitsttohn i bssa -aa P aNLL ay. elan iacoaeallatthisoficeforfurtherinform Highestmeanf r26yearss1896 73.4 anditiu i h eint wilbe dcayt fAoreve.
do. Lowest mean fr Leyrersarn I85 627 ton,-,.I If t. N 'aedby .l.r.b. MAGIC WHITE SOAP. .tI,,,sa s .aIt ,,,s.
Rainfall in inches a jn which is nothing but ati iomed condition of Rub M nagic no soled p mats. Ive them to t h Y e tha -h sn ha


sb i ad t italics to the systern prevailing wind direction NE c F. CHENEY U..Tld.O. weaertri ht. sae thewraea ee m eae-- sn ahest
nne i Number of clear das 21 idb b s MAGIC-KELLAR SOAPWOKS ba t~r e
liner sad 19a- a.99 W on, c c urota rnm .. 1 ae Krw, eta 1551e5athe h ms Number of fair days d atrtlyyt.nwihe. O sasa, La. AG Wr -l
It lat it he aityoffoestake- Number of cloudy days - 5.99 Ir---------------- ------- ( y h t A lr rtaa. s o bee nle.


sa Lbiersa.nes Number of d with rain 5 1o White & C NotiAP KS Ld ceV"!
ars d i r s e. For Number of days with thunder 1 Notic hohy gtes the lttiu of mah b e Dna atore sad Ttsills is land Home, Merritt's Island. Fla. .at atiw lon T .T weAonr V. W. ELDaED kytetae leT, Thneasm si FUtSu ow thbithe Indla Rver Ie r.n. ill b e mtiaud ...rr. V.W. ELDRED

Sh dl= F ar o.s an and ti s seie Te 1 Up0-Date Painter a4 Decoat0or
Wml tIhanem Brdi r klood axiteurith e w. LcrU St. WaFiLOs
N i rde -roo enrers prrf t healt. Eesutrinof t .ate ofT. T. Wettru. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA















THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER S 1907

AvemtNwrw.spa. orpoateoa.
A w v. m EST fa Tu
('Iag Trilme.) Nw corporations llag papers at
A..... om,-o ..c.alTall.aasee arf.
DOeM -P WnIllam Naval Stores Company A ity FriaY night :, Adm ;a..iw=, .___ c ma. a..ee- Poameals. Pi.-T. A Jennings, pre
exparence wich he woseld VmEs rn'atL. I dent; H. L Kaytosecretary and
la witM to bae Aepaaite. The te.dnle lasin tresurer Capital stock, o$350,000
S lt tas mor to that the whole CANDY Filed November 12, 1907.
tgl s a omed by a mistake and C The Hampton Springs Hotel and ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT*
Sasientleman wa hot at Are t tm Mineral Water Company, Perry, Fla.-- ED FOR SATISFACTORY
1 MrIn Beardsley, who took him gor, A. Y. Hampton, general manager. Cap- USE IN FLORIDA WATERS -.
bh e~ or something of the sort. Ital stock. $25,000 iled Nov. 12, 1907.
The a qman in questio nted to I Mercantile Drug Compan, We Regal arine ngints
the ome of a friend on Ametia are Palm Beach. Fla..-C .1. Merrill prsm. He asked the conductor of the ident; A. M. Lopez. secretary an,
eihian asene car about 8 o clock EAT 1 LIKE CAgy treasu re. Capital socl. $1.,000. Filet t ta I Pi..rntlena.t.nn D0 o.
I 5t bs off at thin atree ot.e Nov. 14 1907.oo-g.~r, .,, ." .
SSebow far he was from the friend'; 10 maL oc aa. ,., 1er Cmpan Tap3 1 ih e. be went to the place mentioned l m ~hm seerirL. Fla-N. P. Jennett. president: J. B
sad rapped o the door, to make -inqei- Sm T CLUM Saith. scream and treasurer Ca.,ita
The lady came out, and when stock, 25000. Filed No. 14. 1907. t
nhe saw the stranger went back into the Rock Comfort Tobacco Company hase and said nothing to him. Think Quincy. Fla.-R. 31 Davidson. pre.I that he had offended the lady, he FOREIGN I ent: Walter K. Hl;i. secretary. Cap- HEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
left the yard, and just as he was out vital stock. $th5.tl0 File Nov. 15 1117.
Wide the sate, 'bang" went a pistol India Menaced by a Strike. 1elaka limral Water Company
f1e young man was much surprised A strike I agn by the European en- Jacksonville. Fla -D 1. Fletche: .
bet believing that something haI bat gineers on the East Indian railway. president: Dr. A. Williamn. s cr-eaed at the house.he hastily ran back whilh is 2.14Z miles long, has now lary and treasuret Capit.al stock I$ a a ,,,,, ,.,,
ai the yard. to be of some asaitece Ir' to include the native helpers. NeNov. eg I ginnig Dolt Epeimeno
I ;hro the most important -ti- o the
If posthle, and when he was within ,bat the ..... iJ upotan tion of the et a Regal in the B(ginniog Don't Expeiiiiient
few feet of the house the lady aimed eel nded. whi man y in- -T I i .... .... .. r.. .
the weapon at him, and r four shot ai ar at a tandstill. The stri E N T IC Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
In rapid succession, none of which took ers complain of overwork and pooar
effect. however. The young man as pay. The situation is especially eri- Near Aeroplane Prze. Cold Water. Michigan
n surprised that ho did not know what -)s in view of the recent mutinies and liryl t Fllrmlal .lt ery tlar to to do. The pistol shots attracted tie t tie pr ailing famine. ,lning the 5..a. fratl IaIntslrte- t Ih
righlbors, and Patrolman Lane, wh, Duty Cut on Britiah Art. _7ea .tLpLn pcie Nov. 1 a
resides cie to the place, and the sor :'as-adolr Reid anti Foreign ~ a Sil d stp -- "he ld up' or t:. a ( n.r have tter at Lo tn a tha it e a 'hi- ,: n ht i hi ',) s. drdi: treaty a i a re- b r I i tlo t time before the explanation could be l on '- ritil r t lt erateel t c m n tialr
made. Judge Harry Peeples was al-o \w ar a sol e are to hae their e lt al ti
soon on the scene, and a little inve sti a t al free at British ports. lt a a .i In ,
S gtion demonstrated the fact tht th, Ja Ho rmae Wa hp. I' toul, I n, au ; It:
whole affair was a mistake. The lady. ,. rtice Thauki re- aa.u a nfe M-i rte : r u tat r
O course, meant business She th u.ht ".1 l K p:r. was th th r f i i ie a s ca, ;
that the man was acting suspacosl m a, te ias [at e wtith e-e .
and was an intruder to her hon a lam; ,, ,:t April. Immn. e Flam S n.
naturally she got the pistol! an : l a I n r- f or A., -. ,f i.
brought it into play. The man inf. It li
ed the ofier of the facts a. as n 1a .. la a .
he was concerned, an was wil:l -, 7
be arrested, but the officer taw -0 in ati t ,
this was not necessary, and thbe -t.al hebht of c i le
-er was allowed to go on his -ac. T'i ', A: : hir, i ,i s ;l al l.. .
affair created a great deal of .,l' a- a
meant, many people in that naighi, r 'f -- r A r I ,
hood thinking that ta alatd hal, bta r a her I et -re in .tisl ,
committed. t I Iaa i her t ak- Lat.a t tl .

FLORIDA WOMAN HONORED h t b t 1I wt n i -t

Newly Elected Officers General of the t aailltit 1t T t. a r I .l 3 1 United Daughters of Confederacy. T.takn hr i,a n, t -- ,
At tle close of the general contcnl iat1 c, litI : i-
lion o[ the United Daughters of t. ,l e t a :o in mnlt Confe lerac at Norfolk. Va.. the I, -If t I ilowing officers re elecI- d.
ir.. (Cotrulia D. tion. Cola astl IT i .
Tex.. president general. .... I
1ric. E. P Pae, BlaltiamLate. f t t ia I c aI Id :
president. _o I cli t. a
Mrs. Willard, Wilmington. N C. see w ithut thi,
ond vice president. Death.
Mrs. Andrew L. Iowdell, Opelika fit e Pev. a n b.ure thL. I th
Ala., recording sctal) general, i, :It Iaril I : he For sale by t
elected. fFIe ye at.
Mrs. Rosalle C. Cooley. Jaeksonail-. Genrat Irin a :tn ,f Childre s s !
Fla.. crresodin secretary g 0 i l iINDIAN RIVER
Mrs. A. P. Willianls Loutsville. K. i' ..1 aN V
ca-alerted. I-ta- a1irta.- -IT
treasury li li .I I:i (: l. MUSIC HOUSE,

custodianof ......crosesI har t. Cure Blood, Skin Dvos, Cancer. ITUS
ed. N "ITUSILLE F
Thext gen-tal to I Greatest Blood Purifir Fr
hOld a l tt tant c. ( l l aini IT t.. vb, . I i, L a a

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--Bank & Bilie of a I ll],pha F o r S xty[Yar oSaniryWa.llC I o
A Fortu nate Texan I" So 1Jr n o .a....,aur
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D01IGS OF THE Queen Quality Shoes LATEST
PRESENT WEEK Of what use is your new gown if it A
PRESE T W, n doesn't fit? Yet bow much worse! i
your shoes if they don't fit. Your
5 Pirtalulag to tgracet of carriage is gonesand a whole Pra l
Strainof ph ysical ills results. i
'~sct inWg To a We want no shoes to leave this TraVd
.... .... store that don't fit. This is only an-
Speeal barga in men's clothing at other reason why we sell "QUEEN Miss Fannie
KM-e'a. QUALITY" shoes, for better fitting from spending
Mr. Wm. po-lk-h, of Daytona, ar- shoes never were made. That "they parents in Mia
rivd Wednesday to attend the meeting fit where others fail" is proverbial. Capt W. H.
1 the Chapter Royal Arch Masons tihat .Let us prove all this with some ofn
b ChapterRoyalArchM sthatthe beautiful new styles just re-in town Mom
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Mr. Powers, of Cocoa, accompanied
by is sister, Miss Lula Powers, spent a
part of Wednesday in town and gave us
a pleaant cal.
Rev. B. P. Robertson, of Lake City,
wl speak on the interests of the Co-
bmai sniqge at the Baptist church to-
lMuat 7 o'clock.
Mr. Weir and family, of West Palm
Besh, were on the south bound train
Tudn~ afteroom. Mr. Weir was en-
Sgaged he about two years ago when
C=tmetwr Hall was building the Pritch-
ot reUime-
Mr. anm Mrs. F. A. Morgan and Mas-
tar RKier Mrgan, who have been in
Bmep for the past six months, arrived
hbme Wednesday **eroon having
spent a wk or so with friends in Phil-
a*d4 ia e theirMM return ro the

iMmsdor and Mrs. C. A. Welch ar-
wived n the 10: train Monday night
fem South Boston to spend the winter
at their pas at Aresiantil some time
in the math of May next. They were
mt here by Capt. Bol Burns with his
shrl and Tk Tunsday morning for
teirdootihas. Commowwde and Mi
Wed have been coming to Indian River
for sMmesrnt ke twenty-six yewrs
amd thd mny frim are always glad
when they arrive
Road Wk Cosummncd
CGOty ms moner Caskling will
put fear tms f mules at work at
mee in his n eWt ad I-,-,IioeIs
Robinson ad Jom will take each a
temsfor work in their respective dis-
tita. Th e patent domp wagns were
dispesed with, as the common wagon
wiB A mpty we adl costs great

s Vetam Appoted

opt. R. C. May, of Miami, has
beeIn poted chief of G.dinance on
theitiV4 Brigadier General Math-
es, of the third brigade U. C. V.
This is a well deserved promotion
of one who was a faithful Confed-
erate soldier and had always been am
ardent worker in the U. C. V. orga-
ulsation
Other appintnnts made by the
com d7 general were:
S M. Cathcart adjutant
general and chief of staff.
MajorM. Seabrook Sams, inspector
general.
Major Alex Perry, quartermaster
general.
Major J. W. Whidden, chief of ar-
tillery.
Major W. A. Johnson, commissary
general.
Major J. C. White, judge advocate
general.
Major J. C. Pelot, surgeon general.
Major A. A. Keith, chaplain gen-
eral.
Capt. J. A. Cox, Capt. H. L Crane
and Capt. U. M. Bennett aides de
camp.
Call at the Novelty Store and see
the jewelry suitable for holiday pres-
en A souvenir ve with each
S. DODSON.
Oa nftt hne of Xmas stationery.
pens, ink, etc.. at Ban-

erIrNa Seock for Sale
Stok stk gw on high pine
hlC af nNurseries, estab-
1U I 8 8emd for cata e.
ToIla md West Pahn Beach,.
MUdmy Ges
ke Novelty Store has a full line

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ceived. We carry the largest and y ...
best stock of shoes shown on the East ty exhibit at
Coast for men, boys, women, child- Jacksonville.
ren and infants. County Corn
Each and every pair guaranteed. rived from At
Send us your orders when you want purchase of v
the best at the most reasonable price. the public ro
WINSTON S. BANNING They are a fin,
Ttuville, Florida. be able to do s


Raiding the Gamblers Right
Sheriff Brown has been emphasiz-
ing his reputation for being a terror
to evil doers the past ten days or so by
bringing over two dozen of the dusky
sons of Ham to task for violations of
the law in Brevard county. The
most important of all these was the
raid made Saturday night upon a
gambling resort in one of the build-
ings in the negro quarters near the
big saw mill.
Several complaints have been made
of late of the gambling carried on
outside of the town limits on every
other Saturday night, alternate Sat-
urdays being pay days among the
numerous hands employed by the Ti-
tusville Lamber Co.
It has also been found out that on
these pay days negro gamblers, who
follow their profession where money
is easy at points any where on the
east coast, or in the state for that
matter, come hereto fleece their vic-
tims of their wages, of which close
to 1,500.00 is paid out by the above
company every two weeks, or more
according to the several crews of
men at work.
Sheriff Brown and Deputies Waller
and Van Worley decided to make a
round-up last Saturday with the re-
sult that they got right onto the
gamblers without raising a bit of
alarm, and twenty-five were held up
in the midst of their gaming about
midnight and placed in the county
jail.
The following Monday, before their
trial, several of their number were
liberated, their fines being paid by
their employers, costing them about
$20.00 each; the remainder of the
gang plead guilty and the fines in all
amounted to $382.70, all of them
paying out but fours the total ex-
pense of the raid to the county, costs
of trial, etc., footed up less than
$100.00, so that the county funds are
decidedly increased by the work of
the sheriff ana his deputies, and it is
hoped that the gambling will be
broken up.
The Titusville Lumber Co. is very
prompt in paying off its employes,
and this fact being known all up and
down the state, it would soon lhav,
terminated in a murderous r w. or
something perhaps worse, had not
our worthy sheriff put a stop to the
business by making a wholesale raid
and capture.
The negroes were congratulating
themselves on being masters of the
situation, for the officers overheard
them cursing the sheriff (before the
raid was made) when one of the gang
threatened to go after the sheriff on
account of his being fleeced by the
gamblers.
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
S and harrowing. See or address J.


Draying or hanling ofall kinds prompt-
ly aire edel to. M-*tae all trains. Stove
*ond lor ale ast ali inwp,.
H. E. HoLTox.
Tiumville. Fla.
S*ALK 0 ca VP Mon cASM.
Atos t Sa of xind hbih land on
stamM or oaees td of the Indima rier
*e ja mnw, isiBi- f tieouwst let
3 e 35,aDk4 1 N.. s 3, meftm
2A& m-MWa 31 .sshunm so Om.

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NEWS

ID INCIDENTS

uaph Abo1 t Pple that

Budge returned Sunday
Thanksgiving with her
mi.
Sharpe, of Sharpes, was
day to consult with the
ssioners regarding a coun-
the Mid-Winter fair in

missioner J. M. Osban ar-
tlanta Saturday with the
mules made for working
ads of Brevard county.
e lot of animals and should
rood work for the county.


The early morning train from the
south was nearly two hours late Tuesday
due to heavy shipments of vegetables
south of here. It looks as though con-
siderable Christmas money ought to pour
in from the north within the next two
weeks in exchange for these products.

FURNITURE,DRY, GOODS,SHOES
From now on at Gardner's you will
receive with each CASH purchase, a
ticket. When you have $25.00 worth,
you can obtain a high grade talking
machine on the most liberal terms
and at a fraction of regular price.
It will interest YOU.
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34

Sheriff Brown After Evil Doers.
Prior to the raid made on the ne-
gro gamblers last Saturday, Sheriff
Brown succeeded in coralling three
more parties for criminal prosecu-
tion. One of these was Jim Britt,
arrested at Shave's turpentine camp,
Melbourne, for selling liquor with-
out a license.
Ed Evans and Sarah Henderson, of
Melbourne Beach, were arrested and
lodged in jail last week upon the
charge of living in adultery.
Robert Lipscomb, of Melbourne,
was arrested and put in jail charged
with having in his possession stolen
property, the same being a valuable
English gun belonging to Admiral
Gillis, which was stolen some three
years ago, but the keen detective per-
ceptions of our sheriff enabled him
to locate it a few days ago. The ad-
miral was overjoyed to receive his
gun back again, and Sheriff Brown
feels positive he has the evidence to
convict Lipscomb at the next term of
circuit court.
Wood for Sale
Notify Mr. John Henry or write
me a card. MRS. G. G. HOWARD


Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
ar~tes Is Evry Imt 1
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9,1907. gI ND PERSONAL
It would be impossible to enumer- S ahiag Ab10t the People of Tilts-
ate all the bargains we will have for:
you on Monday --we have constantly Ie as They ome Go
been getting in goods of all descrip-
tions within the past sixty days. Our: Fippen Adams is in Titusville today at-
dress goods stock is lai ger than ever. tending to professionalduties, with head-
Our stock of toys is ready for you quarters at Indian River Music House.
and the selection is better than ever. Tuesday morning proved to be the
Christmas novelties we have of all ,e o th t
descriptions, from 25 cent articles up coolest of the season with slight frost
to $15A9. i some localities back from the river.
Ladies' readymade coats of all de- Miss Susie Gladwin spent Thankagiv-
scriptions, we can fit you and suit ing at home with her aged father and
you. mother and also the latter part of last
Readymade skirts, prices ranging week, coming up from Sebastian Thurs-
from $25% to $15.00. day morning.
Ladies' kid gloves, colors white.
black and brown, prices ranging from Mrs. Carrie Chaudoin, wife of the late
$1.25 to $3.25. Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange,
Mail orders promptly filled on any died at her home early this morning.
of the above goods. Funeral services will be held in LaGrange
JUuUS KLINE, TitusVille. cemetery tomorrow in thel morning at in


Miller Buys the Decker Property
Mr. L. R. Decker has disposed of
his home and orange grove and en-
tire land interest, consisting in all of
121 acres at Sunbeam, the first of
this week to Dr. J. E. Miller, the
dentist, who will make that place his
permanent horse. Mr. Decker will
be in charge of the property until he
can secure a small place in town to
hold his house furnishings. Dr. Mil-
ler secures also the present crop of
oranges, estimated at something like
a thousand boxes, and becomes the
owner of one of the most valuable
pieces of real estate in this section.
We welcome the advent of the genial
doctor and his wife to our town.
We are also pleased to learn that our
old time friend, Mr. Decker, will not
leave us-but will remain with us.
Sporting Note
Messrs. Joe Fielding and Ed. Mur-
phy, two quite prominent sporting
men, the former having given in-
structions in boxing at the K. M. I.,
Eau Gallie, and professionally en-
gaged at Miami and other points in
the state, were in town Tuesday and
will probably arrange for a contest
to come off at this place the latter
part of this month. Further par-
ticulars will be announced later.
Yacht Club Members
All members of Indian River Yacht
club are requested to attend a meet-
ing this Friday evening at the office
of Mr. Geo. M. Robbins. Business
of importance requires attention.
JOHN R. WALKER,


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Mrs. M. L Wetmore returned Sat-
urday from her visit with her friend,
Mrs. Webster, in Jacksonville. She is
expecting Rev. and Mrs. Milledge Walk-
er to visit her for a while, who are now
stopping with Mr. Cresson, at City
Point.
Several church and chapel organs, that
have been used some, but are in good
condition and almost like new, suitable
for either churches, Sunday schools or
use in public schools, can be bought at
Indian River Music House, Titusville.
Fla. Write quick, don't delay.
The Victor concert Monday night,
when the December records were played
for the first time in Titusville, held in
THE STAR building, was well attended
and pronounced an enjoyable affair by
alL The Victor company have done
themselves proud in their December ree-
ords.
Mr Gibbs Resigns
Mr. Oliver Gibb, of Melbourne Beach.
resigned last weeks a member of the
advisory board for Brevrd county of
the Florida Mid-Winter exposition, on
account of ill health.
The editor of THE STAR received a
postal from Mr. Gibbs to this effect
the day previous to having letter from
Gen. Spring, stating that Mr. R. A.
Conking was also member of the
board for this county. This accounts
for the change of names in the call as
published in THE STAR and the Mel-
bourne Times. Proof of the call with
Mr. Gibbs' name was mailed to Mr. Os-
lin Wednesday, before we knew of Mr.
Gibbs' resignation and Mr. Conr's
appointment. We regret Mr. GbIes
health necessitated his giving up the
work, as he has had experience and
would have been a valuable member on
the board.
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All are cordially invited to attend the Park, November 23rd, by the score
closing services of the conference year ; Indian River Drug Co. 4 to 0; and again at DeLand Thanks-
at the Methodist church, Titusville. next COCOA--FLO)RIDA giving day 5 to 0. The games wen-r
Sunday. De<-. S. There -will bt pirach- N,,w re.. ly f,4r buin.e.s .. great Ho ,, thrilling with interest. Special trains
ing at 11 a. ian 7 l i un- both day. were run by the railroad.
ainsc l t a. and 7 '. m.. al.on .un i,: v li.,y i" lit 'I, tow R,,llin.s put up a good game, but
a ,-,l .i. and an ft.,,,, ii:'.r.- c. iiui i". tw',e l., w et v down against the superh train-
sri at Misat ;:: o'cio-. lev. candits. Ke3 e.t anl lampa ing of Stetson. Coach Forsyth. of
W. F. Allen offi-iating. 'i.gars. Elegant lin.E of stationery the Universitv f Filoida. reftreel
De-an Rolottom will conduct servict.s i4l HFlo.rida souvn:irs. Always on the 'am at l'eLanm. Both t.,am.
0o1 S>-unda', rr;.>rn:n. D-c. sth. in M.I- hndri(. fir.4t lags .-,': ',t i'ruts arnd plaved r,-l honest fo,,t-hali. There
bo:mrn., at 11 a. ni., and in the ev-ning .~u Ili.s. 1t'i-c. ri:.:. ('t' aa were no injuries. Immen.s, crowd-
of t', sam. .iy in Eau (;allic- at 7::: 3. u. witne ..st! health games. VWiniter Park
Th<1. will be services in St. G;alri.ls Notice and Dl deLian! hathc aipearanc( of a
church. Titusville. on Sunday evening TIhe annual m meeting of tht Lk- Thla.rida pla n te
at 7::4o. Mr. W. I. ( rt-sson will h:av, holder.sof the Indian RiverState bank T.m'.team wereiLairdHendricks, the
charge of the s< rvi-.. will bei held at it- r-,ms n Jan. .3 captain, from Orlando; E. L. Robin-
Rev. Win. Stones will preach at In- 1908, at 3 p. m., for the election of son from Orlando; Clyde Pounds, of
dianola at lo:'31 a. m. on Sunday next directors and such other business as Ocoee; Charlie Campbell. Fred and
and at Titusville at 7 p. m. may be presented. Lawrence Botts. of DeLand; Pat
Rev. lobe wiIl hbol! s-rvi.-e- in the J.\s. P:I'i! \'I* Sams, Son oi Se-nator Sams, oi New
Presb-terian church Sunday evening, I. S. BRANNING, President. Smyrna; Arthur Underhill, of Lake
and there will be Sunday school in the Cashier. Helen; Harry Garwood, of Green
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Box Candies at he Banner Cove Spring E. L. Waterman of
Fine Box Candies at the Banner Crescent City; Ed Mickle. Luther Be-
aForon sat l aDrug Store. dortha. ___
For Sale Cheap I
A good second hand warming stove. Orange and Grapefruit Trees Bargains in Men's and Boys'
Apply at Novelty Store. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high' Clothing at Kline's
I. M. DODSON. hickory ha~an Mck. Free from white! Men's and boys' clothing, made by
fly. One year to two year old buds. the leading tailor of New York, in
Just Received Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- all the latest styles, at prices more
1907 grown b~ean geed, extra early i3l maked and delivered at Oak Hill than right.
1907 grown bean seed, extra eary; station. J. W. Gm ,
and 1,000 to 1. $4.08 per bushel s;In d W Douglass shoes of all descriptions.
F. O. B. E. L. BRADY & BRO. Shiloh, Fla. in both high and low cuts, the name
tsville, F1la.. A cool do at a cooi place at of Douglas stands as a gur9pntee for
MANDY'S. everypaw. Prices M, and
Ford3e $..
One pair thoroughbred 4 months e t A' Hotel D.Paclgama
old pups, crAa between setter ai TitunviDe.Fa. F. A. Lodey man- Shoempker ad repairer, all work first
porter, will bpf rght age to trla1 s. O the E uropea fan--f e als al iarnteed. Next der to
when season opens. Address D., care eii eusm and quick lunch. Cen- Carrathersbarber shop, Julia street.


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FRIDAY, DUCEMUME 46M


I EXECUTIVE |
Tae New Bend amd Note Iems.
* Up1o the authority of ongres and
Wy direction of the president Secretary
at the Treasury Cortelyou has issued
ereulara dated Nov. 18 offering to the
iieral public $50.000.000 of the bonds
at the Panama canal loan dated Aug.*
S11906, bearing
2 per cent Inter-
est, redeemable
In ten years and
payable In thir-
ty. They are to
be issued i de-
mmanmlatidos oft
$10. $100. $1.000
and $10,000 reg-
*la altered bonds and
wil be exempt
from all taxa-
tion. They will
be receivable for
public deposits
Secretary Cortelyou. in national banks
and so available as security for the cir-
Celatim of bank notes. Bids for these
are invited and must be in hand by the
UMth of November, awards to be made
to the highest bidders.
On the same day circulars were IW-
sueMd inviting subscriptions at par, with
accrued Interest from Nov. 20. 1907. at
3 per cent on $100,000,000 of the certifi-
eates of Indebtedness autborlied by
the act of 188. These will be payable
to bearer on and after Nov. 30 by the
treasury department. Subscriptions
will be received by the secretary of the
treasury at Washington or his assist-
ants In other cities after Nov. 18. half
of the issue to be allotted at the na-
tional capital and the other half by the
assistant treasurers so as to secure the
widest possible distribution. The cer-
tificates will be issued in denomina-
tions of $50 each.
Railroads Defy Postal Order.
Three railroad companies, the Atchi-
son. Topeka and Santa Fe. St. Louis
and San Francisco and the Missouri
Pacific. have absolutely declined to
comply with an order of the postoffice
department that for the next forty
4lays these roads should carry empty
mail bags and other mail equipment
back to the distribution centers with-
out compensation therefore. The rea-
son for this order was a desire to pre-
vent a tie-up or congestion of mail dur-
lag and just preceding the holidays.
To this end It was thought that it
would he well to have the equipment
transferred more speeiily than can lin
done by freight. which is the inethoI
provided. Vlhi:e there is sonie doubt
as to the right of the department to
enforce Its order. the law permits thel
use of the express companies for the
purple in question. whi-h would inmee
the emergency. though proving rather
ex:lensive.
Rcocevelt Decided Whisky Cuesiisr..
Dlevelopnimnts in regard to thie Ipend
ing .prosee-utions of the whisky dealers
for viotitton of tite pure IftNl l'aw indi-
ctflnt that lthe. q1.estioil as 1 to wli.t
s.. I;ho S:i.s P ::' !!'. RI 'os'eve! :. lit hin i I IIITr -i
taik n 't v I: V. i'y. 'Or.-::.it of Ihe l,-
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*pilii<1n th!:' t, tun f thile t:ni0" ;Ii.t \h isky ~r' l :l i4t"he
pli're splPiri is. fillii xei\ 1 \ ,i'1h 1 ,14 -i! :1
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l:i'!i;l; is o:rlie'r t. i !i ,he n siit:i, ti: e i
h:tler to pi:'*-t lln e t'eit shid rt'l:>i ,f
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o.!m:ent.
Fleet's Cruise Not Secret.
Kear A-l1:irtl Willard II. Br,,wson.
hih';' ihc onavy leparttiint. has announced
That The pl-ln to ex<-lidle newspaper
men from the aret ?hortly to leave for
Pa-ifl' waters has teen changed and
that one representative each of three
big press associations would be al-
lowed to accompany the warships.-
Preparing For War Airships.
The military authorities of the rari-
ous governments have not overlooked
the Important part which airshilpa Will
probably play in the wars of the futre
and are making active preparatoas far


both aofentirre a8 d tftu" OP emtl
I ;~this i!'e. It Is reporiml that Call
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recently made a balloon trip over the
walls of Fort Wadsworth. New York
harbor, and took a series of birdseye
photographs of the fortifications, show-
lag the entire practicability of obtain-
Ing laformation in this way. This ma-
terial was turned over to the war de-
partment, and it is intimated that the
aeronsut will be given a commission in
the United States army balloon corps.


I POLITICAL

Oklahema Now a State.
The state of Oklahoma. which was
formed by the union of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory, was formally ad-
mitted to the Union Nov. 16. when
President Roosevelt signed the procla-
mation of admittance. The pen used
was formed from a quill plucked from
the wing of an American eagle. It
will be deposited with the Oklahoma
Historical society. While there was no
ceremony connected with the signing
of the proclamation in Washington. the
act was signalized at Oklahoma City
by the ringing of bells, the blowing of
whistles and a general celebration.
The new state government was imme-
diately inaugurated at Guthrie. The
admission of Oklahoma makes the
lumber of states in the Union forty-
six. The star representing the new
state will not be added to the flag until
the Fourth of July. lUq
Panic Absurd, Says President.
President Roosevelt in his letter of
Nov. 17 authorizing Secretary Cortel-
you to issue $iO0.000.000 of Panama ca-
nal bonds and $100.000,000 of 3 per
cent Interest bearing government notes
characterized the recent panic as ab-
surd and appealed to the people to go
ahead with their business In a normal
fashion. "What is most needed." said
he, "Just at present is that our citizens
should realize how fundamentally
sound business conditions in this coun-
try are and how absurd it is to permit
themselves to get into a panic and
create a stringency by boarding their
savings instead of trusting perfectly
sound banks. There is no particle of
risk involved in letting business take
its natural course, and the people can
help themselves and the country by
getting back Into active circulation the
money they are hoarding."
Calls it Railroad Panic.
James J. Hill in an address before
the Commercial club at Kansas City
Nov. 10 attributed the present finan-
rial crisis to the shock given to our in-
vestments all over the world, mention-
ing :particularly the so called attacks
upon railroad property by state legis-
latures. Amoiig other things., e said:
"Credit is the ;Itinuosphere which in
flats the lungs of business. :iand when
it is greatly lessened lbusit-iness nI.st
Ie r(eductvl in pr sinothered. Il'Vit:i,.i l eA iai;ii>i;lns in
many states have It.' Ili.'nldII on tll is
sule of ;Ia ge.'r l a;ss. lt ,:n the inti-
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velt for bringing the corporations to
time, he severely arraigned the in-
creased cost of mnalntainlug the army
and navy, concerning which he said,
"Every cent spent in this direction is
lost to the productive capital of the
world, Just as though it had been
dropped into the ocean."
Orewer's Attack on Roosevelt.
Before a large and distinguished
audience assembled in Carnegie hall,
New York, to inaugurate the Civic
forum as a national lyceum Justice
Brewer of the United States supreme
court Indulged in several pointed crit-
'iisms of President Roosevelt and com-
parisons between him and Governor
Hughes. Hughes himself was one of
the speakers of the occasion, but had
finished and gone home when Brewer
went into the personalities. The jus-
tice was speaking of the office of chief
executive and had deplored the fact
that its term had not been left seven
years and no re-election, as at first
drawn In the convention of 1787. If
that provision were there, he went on
to say, "we should not now have the
spectacle of our strenuous president
playing a game of hide and seek with
the American people." The audience
fairly gasped with astonishment when
be intimated that seven years of Roose-
velt was enough, but considerable alp-
plause greeted the statement. Again
he employed ridicule by saying that a
wise ruler would not quarrel with his
people about simplified spelling. Then
followed this invidious comparison:
"Some sneeringly said of Theodore
Roosevelt when governor of New York
that he had discovered the Ten Com-
mandments. If it were true that they
had become so buried beneath the ac-
cumulation of political dust as no long-
er to be visllle. then blessings on the
man who discovered and unearthed
them. Perhaps we shall all yet say
of another of this state that he has
done better and has dis-o,'red the
Golden Rule." The address of Govern-
or Hughes had amplified the idea that
the public officer must work for the
people and not to satisfy his own am-
bitions.
Ohio Clubs For Foraker.
A joint meeting of the executive aiii
advisory coluillnittees otf the OIphiu,
l-eague of Republican ('luls at tColum-
bus voted to endorse Seinator Foraker
for re-election to the senate and for
the presidential nomination. saying
that they have no sympathy with the
proposition that Foraker be eliminated
from public life l.ecaus;ie e had differ-
ed with the president. This action
was met promptly by the Taft nmaln-
age'r. Vorys. with a chali:lcnge for a
popular primary to dtcide Mlise party s
t-choi-e for plresitdii. Then res.hluiions,
of the clubs qay luthat with -ro';;kcr f.,r
;rre'sid.lnt pritect- i,. to iindlustrie.s ianil
lalor would not f-a:ir these ntan-ks of
enelalites. whether aimnil( Iy ava\viwed free
ir.atlers or ui sal .-r tlin. g;ll .,,*>t l'i.:,i s
"prf..fesse l to, iimplirove it Icy .a 1]4own-
w:ird lr<'visiiln of ii tlii .." Varys in>-ii<~s

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sponld with loyal de-
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wanted bhim the.
and not be, must
take the initiative
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Morgan Calls at Wn.t: Ho.se.
N ,,t ixoii:. <;.tis. i-.i lli:t 1,I- |.;: e .
erm an5 l iit :s<-iT'ted li:ikil'-s a" .-\ Y..I.
aire dlinug :ill tlihet-y niiint to r.-lih., tl;.'
shiri-tag,- in niois:-y. Prir.-lt l osi i..-
velt invil,.tl .I. l'i.rl.mnt lMori:au amid
P'reii!,int B:tker of the l-'ir bank of New York to confer with him
at the White House. Assistant S.-,re-
tary of State Bacon was present, for
fhe. as a former member of Morgan'.s
hakinl house. I1 in close tou-ah with


the New York situation. One report
was that the president contemplated
the creation of a great government
bank and that Morgan opposed this.
Bryan's Banking Plan.
William J. Bryan in a recent state-
ment on the financial situation ex-
pressed himself as favoring legislation
to provide for the guarantee by the
government of all deposits in national
banks. This. he thought, would have
the effect of establishing perfect con-
fidence in the stability of the banks.
while the government could Insure It-
self against loss by imposing a tax on
deposits so small as to be insignificant.
Concerning the present situation be
said: "I am not going to blame the pres-
ident because I do not think that blame
should be laid at his door. Those who
violate the law should be blamed. not
those who turned on the light recent-
ly." He asserted that the Republican
leaders for forty-seven years have so
changed the country to Wall street
that when one of Its gamblers falls our
business world trembles.


I COMMERCIAL I

Note Issue Clears the Sky.
In all the money centers of the coun-
try as well as in Wall street the news
of the government's bond and note is-
sues caused a feeling of relief, and the
financial skies were clearing. Every-
where bankers were eager to get the
new securities, and there was no need
of an underwriting syndicate. Many
sent telegrams of congratulation to the
president and Secretary Cortelyou.
Subscriptions to. both issues have al-
ready begun to pour In. Nevertheless
Chicago's clearing house carried out
its project of issuing certificates in de-
nomination of $1, $2, $5 and $10, and
over $3.000.000 in these were eagerly
grabbed for current business needs.
At New York quantities of currency
brought 2 and 3 per cent on the curb.
but at the ame time arrangements
were in progress for a res-imp.tionu of a
rash lIasis all over the country. The
indictment of three officials of the Bor-
ough Bank of Brooklyn for false re-
ports of the bank's condition was tak-
en as another sign of the financial
house e-lea:ing In progress.
Thread Company's Profits.
The report of the J. & P. Coats com-i
pany of Pawtucket. R. I.. thread man-
ufacturers. shows the most successful
year. with profits of $15.29).625. or
about 30 per cent.

When to Go Home
From the Bluffton, Ind., Banner:
"When tired out, go home. When you
want consolation, go home. When you
wapt fun, go hoomne. When you want to
.show others that you have reformed, go
home and let your family get acquainted
with tile fact. When you want to show
younrelf at your best, go home and do the
act there. When you feel like being ex-
tra liberal, go home and practice on your
wife and children first. When von want
to shine with extra brilliance, go home
and light no the whole household." To
which we would add, when yon have a
bad cold, go home and take Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy and a quick cure is
certain. For sale by Banner Drug Store
and Titusville Pharmacy.

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If you suffer from backache,
There in one way to cure it.
The perfect way i.- to cure the kidney.
A hadl back nimeans sick kidnyes.
Neglect it, urinary troubles f.litow.
loan's Kidney Pills are made for kid-
neys only.
.S. B. IAmons., clgarmiaker. lia~ ils at
1311 Ashley Street, Tanasi, Ila.. a-..-.
"I used Dian's Kidney Pills atni they
cured me of backache and disorder of the
kidneys. Two or three times on account
of the pain in nmy back I was unable to
go to work for several dayv. The wecre-
tions of the kidneys were in a very bad
condition, dark in color and ifalloweat
to stand would Iatconie of the cuiibteltin y
of jelly. 1 tried various reisie res takmiii
what seene d like galls ftnsal nieiiciiie aian
I also put on llastert, but notlhl g lin-elp-
ed me at all until I got INShII's Kiliucey
Pills upon the advice of a friend of fniiite.
and using theilm aceordiuna it direction
they cured me in a very short tisme."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5i) tents
Foster-Mil.,urn Co., Buffalo, New York.
sole agents for the United States
Remember the naise-ilan' -a tnd
take no other.


Plan t& Pay Debt on Church Organ.
Tbe choir of a New Jersey Congrega-
4onal church hais adlolated a novel plau
to pay off the debt on the organ Th.ey
ire asking members of the congrega
Con to help tbein envirc-le ilhe chiur'b
oroplerty with two ri i's. i'0f pl'nlltes.
The distance is I..f ei e,. :und when
the scheme is fulille l the ne-essary
250 will have been raised

For any of the ordinary die-ams of the
skin Chamberlain's salve eistellent. It
not only allays tihe i4'hing sadi t-1iartihnA
but effects a cure. For sale iby laniier
Drug Store and Titunville Pliarmacv.



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