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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 13, 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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HE FLORIDA STAR



VOL. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907 NO. 34


Not for Oniselfes aloqe, Bqt for tie qood of Othes Also.


DOINGS OF THE CHRISTMAS GOODS LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

PRESENT WEEK Wh;ntb : thing u AND INCIDENTSi DBAb aa AND PERSONALS
LIIIJ IfufaG Get his sioe and surprised him MONDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1.
with a new overcoat. or a suit of
hUet lots Pertilling to Events clothes. See that it rotairn the Personal ParagrLphs About Peoplt a aies' h v h p r i Something Abot the Pople of TiusSchloss Bros' label. the guaranteed a has. pl esially 1its p a in bu he o e on TiG Tralspiring Abot ToWl clothing we sell, then he'll surely be Travtl Here and The Christma presents. : pair in a bx ille as They Come and Go
Dr. Miller, the dent, tisfied. We have many handsume r, gSoods. no dout v hav the a fo-rs. in celle t -al for a.ines. at bin new office appasite st l to show you. Suts anit o,' .- Menso.rr.. we ha e enleso va-; tlrs o oods, no illlit v b- th5 l e bortm hane see.w i pposh Coats from $1 ) In $25 -, rit, price from $10.00 to $20.CO at, largest assortment ever ht. in II. b.I hi..
Dr. F. H. Hughtontadhis son., F. I We also have a most beautiful line lies. 42-inch voile, in nv llle o 1.50 and 3Si l .
r arrvedinDatona from f nekwear and sulnders, put up Miss Halfen-, of nlianola. arrived ilrk. rth -7. t'l 51.29. The punip tfr the Flirida E\t Went.rville. lout wee far the win- for the Chrstms trade. ins to the Sunda on a visit to her friend Mrs. Black and white shepherd plail. irksi fn\orl lath Crsmk -la. tr i ter. box, a very pretty present, Irices emma Renak t guaranteed all wool. worth 7 cnt. rmlle, hi t ir of this we k. Men's Cdian jaets. made in the i75 ent to .30. Mr. C(. W. Ioslittle has been verve ill M"onday only,. 49 cents er arl I hl. latnetstyles, rolonav whiteand Handkerchiefs, put up si the the lastweek with an attackof neural- Broiad cloith ill all th i Ji o li 1 hcr i i vU will, her fath 'and rh o hl .
p r re ram $.4 $ hO. 1.1per bon. ia. lt is now considerably imlrioed. shades, including naiey blue. rlack rii ec r i. lA. Warhiil,,is WINSTON ~S. DRANNING You ea fit nd a nicerChristmas pr-s anil gra-. 52 inches wile. slleii illsf h-ehsslssli Iji hc fi WINSTON nt than a VitorTalking Machine.nd- $1.25 per yard. ihe holidays. Mr.Wi, is ii i atil The Indian River Statebank andled- Titusville, Florida. ian Rier Music Ilouse has them from Dlanish clith. 22 inich,-s wiil i 11 a-lsks,rJh. i,-. ingainon hom e her have been dis- fl 1.01 Ul beautiful evening shades. speeiail 19 teing their calendars this week for ent Theld fortnight card clu 190 among which arr ome very lovely Club Reception See Bllanhe Pickert in the rol if1 ents pir mal. 4 i i i r tvrht Mrs n Ahar liadi leading ly at Titusvrille opera house Black mohair. 44 inches wide, line I a Thurepor a eith s. tliv,r il adn There was a large attendance of the next week with The Four Pickerts Co., of the best grades on the market. being the gail far the ieasion. IrA fine daughter was born to Mr. and members of the Progresive Culture IDee. 19th, Lth and 21st. worth 1l..0). Monday inly $1.00 tr I.isi A. irIly will it. .rain thl 'il
Mr. Fred Seobie last Friday. the 6th club at the regular monthly rreceptionret Thunadaften int., and it is now hard to tell which is iven on this occasion by Mrs. S. B. Of course you will read Banner Drug yard. in ht Tnrlai aftroo the pruder. Grandmother Scobie or th at hir ro home on ilo in s .tor's big Chriimas lisllay a on gle n TheFr ik ti t 'ikwTi GrandmotherHolmes. street. Tuesday. Dter. 10th. iac,. this we.k Their atock is im- Whitetabhll'lama 74 e iin h,.sei lhitri al .,1
DrJ. Sills Dniels t from Theprogrammewas as follows: Piano mensely attractive and right-up-to-date guaranteed all linen, excellent d- house nt seekingg three niiht
Dr. Sl Dani pent from at- l h Nturne," by Mi Fan- Mr. anl Mrs. Garman and two ehil- signs, worth zra. o- l: Thnrua rial anl saturday udatntl mdayattending tome ees Robinson. SongLov Mand the dren. their uncle, Mr. Garman. andMiss da'ssel 1..s reportaeverbingimoingnatache- l wh Mine." by Mr. C.J. Denham, Kaufman, from Ashland Ohio, Indian head. 44 i sh s il', al- 75 cent oi sale at lrannigss- clithino
in the meopolis. who so weetl that she was en- arrived here thisweek and will probably ready shrunk, teialla glod for fan- stor general admission ill cnt: child
l gait in the met li. cored, a respondedbysinging"Dream- spend the winter in Titusill. ey work. 19 cent per sar. re cns.
Dr. Edward Roan, of New Haven, in ." no 19 cnts.
C ., in now visiting his ther, ie hostess then saw fit to exercise Mr. Edward Fitzgerald. state pt- Linino. 38 inches wide giosd for and Mr. H. M. F lagler left St J. B. Rons. in Daytona. Thelatter has the thinking mood by piing each "A or of prisons and jailssuts secially Augustine W ednlsi, ma rnlorn spent several winters on the east coast penny for her thoughts, and the prize day on his way to Orlando, thence will shrunk, worth 25 cents Per yard. special for the lowr east coast. The, and e hope to see the two brothers was wonby Mrs. Adhemar Brady, which visit Dade county. THE STAR oflice ac- Monday mnly, 19 cents. were accompanied by Dr. Kenan. ) down this way thiseason was a lovely blue ehina vae with the knowledge receipt of a pleasant call Ladies' black underskirt,, maldeof Anderson, Mr. J. E. ngrham and Mr.
The age attetdanre at the uild but of Npoleon I aind thern On of the newly purchased mule for the best qualityheathrblo. wrth L ('. Salter. Mr. Flaelr has quite rework* Mrs.neate i Rthmn te s ta f a- M Jo the peadM Rdieset b
eeti held at the ridence of rs. the cont wor died a few days s ra c oere fromni a seerea ct ai h n aa
5 i h w s t o et b e s n o s e s a u T h e ct r J n o r k d i d a fe w d a y s h. 0 0 s p e c ia l $ 2 .9 a rt c o i s e o a n d M r a tehdid ft ind thelub i that of Fran the a It a in fine ondition and died Black a i silk, et oldhardly be t lhiswett glr d t ge t back t. Fillnda Re dore isolation went to Mrs. Frank Battle, almost ieforth harce would be taken from afine quality of satin, sprciall After iiting the erte lo, w r o th ee in attendanTe nd ll were enthi-o hasgood ase to belightedo with fit Vteinarianay paralyi of d fo lining ats and ladle Anciet City. tic over the prospects forthe winter's littbinetthe hea. derkits. inches wide. 25 cents work. Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Blogett. of Mr. Rathbun then gave us a few fa- Mr. .. Calman. president of the per yard. 1rand Rapid. Mi, rea their aMr. Frank M. Wilson. of Canaveral. miar quotations. in her usual natural Canaver lub accompanied y his on White nainsok, specially gd for tfful Da pids. hom re ai F tira. Th arrived monday night from Jackson- and chmting style, which wa so much wa the first to arrive at the club house underwear, worth 20 cents. Monday's came don ii,, a sial ar. Farili at ie where he had been erving a enyed that by spial re hegave this eason. Thy reached Titusvill special 15 cents per yard. Jacksonville over the Atlantic Ca d i the ited State court usareitation. afterhichrfrhmn Tusda and left immtiatl on the Califia all wool blankets silk Line. and wa there transferred m tweek. Althneghe enjyedhis were daintily erved by Misse Grace lub boat, the Widgeon h n b re ho r ralfe. Tet wi 1;wl we n = he enjoyed his y bound, pink. blue and red bordets. Florida East Coawt railway. The, hol,
int that trh he waa glad to get Rathn and Fannie Budge. The Victor Junior Talking Mahineis worth i. )O, special $2.a9. party consisted of Mr. ant Mrs. I). A.
lk to Ba river. t he gerlts then adethe hosts lieu nht a toy. Duplicate parts can be had Children' taHn'oshanters, made ,f tlolgett. Miss Helen Blllgett. lell each carrying homward fond remem- same a for hih ried machine. The na B t. a B M Rea. W.r. Aa went t ampa branches of thisoairon. Junior is the child' delight. Get them the he i str Harten.. Blisse sara h 'aeeda morning to attend t a The fund realied on thisoeasion will at Indian River MusicHouoe firl0.0. blueand re. worth $1.25. special Smith. Cornelia Van rhtli. Anna Bakr of hi changes here which in- go towards nw books for our library. All th latreorst inch : ents. 69 cents, and Saie Siard. rep rtof in r EageW here. wtih in- E. B. W.. Sr Mail orders promptly filled on any Men' loti latest pi
-hW .ua NewNImr Parwidteen ndt acaci.n M Melrand as al Every claim at the charge is fally Mr. Elmer A. Kinney. clerk in charge if the aoe goods. feni 10.c to 200 at Kline'. paid, diti t wa obtained lat The Four Pickerts to Play Here n the Jacksonville an Miami railway JLIUS LINE. Titusille. rom 10.00 t $20.00 at Kli I Heha TsopywciaI.r postofllce, is a candidate for upe rinp ur al sive to th e w ork before him and w i t e i ll e ofd i gh n ag e rain ofloabie RerkE santhndlrcor C ee ln s tane Thin company, n is a favoritdl e penden t of publi intrction of Duv Valuable Real Estate For Sale alve the refre him nd with Tit di cloed vra county in the June primary. Titusville Church Notes
fm 11 teeme threee years retgrn hiFive acres, beautiful building o the r i rt hi Bt mnt kin S u ople well remember three ye ago Rev. Win. Stones will preach at La- fronting r f on estu bnko fat N s S for Sal MNYt ergonefrn n n Af tf:a n r the eai ea. Wedieday of this week and will ap- this month when the mail ear o te Grange on Sunday next at i a. m.. hnda nkml ilan nv*.r1.+ mil's south of
t t theTitkt ole per houR rursa F. C. railway plunrd into Indian age d an r a al I r
saieof the Indiola House ay, Friday ad Saturday ofnextweek. river, eight miles norn of here, how at Tituvill at 7p.m. Rock edge. Address Miss Sallie Malen d rty 19th. 9th and 1st. Mr. Kinney. badly injured, remained in The usual Sunday evening atoruiro l at gruder, Box 125, Orlando Fla.
It a bes tduponprettygood Re served seats. 75 cents, on sale at the ear half fullof ie cold water for the Presbyterian achurh next Suardat
tIndism that tbe n odiaghl by a Mr. t Branning's clothing store. General ad- for three hour anI saved allthe mail reovening at 7 o'clock Sunday shool at If elu nant tI pllea' him sith i a a amisaion merchant of issi 0 en ild. 2 n. for thpeoplontatcot. If they :3 i the afternoon, and pravermetinl (hritma present, gI, t BRANNew Yort city, who will make it hi could vote in Dual ther would be no at p. Tuesday.NING'S SORE th winter home, but the news can not be Large Run of Mullet doubt of his election. [Ian Robottom will hol NI n m sh lORE, sefl with l autif erif a otop but Mr. G, S unday. Dee. Lth, in ( o at o. m..il with litif
vefuled rs we co innia bt Mr. G. The New Smyrna Breee of last Sat- Mr. Gee. U. Irw-in. of DIenver. Col- and in St. Gtabrls i hunch. Titusvill, 'kvwcar. sl.llers hankerhief
u.itf towner, dt et u dynw that the mullet made their orado, who was a instant manager to t: .m. EVlisrii- alUI \lrt.]f thI(Ih. itm toflthe week that the first 'rns Friday and Satulay and Mr. Bast two years ago in the Indian itl to the serviee.h t traltisi. lnh tt thissl r hanekI' r wld prnblyedipna of week, many thound were caught and salted River hotel, arrived Sunday and will -h"ief sin t the ies 7Hotel Indian River caught but the supply of salt was e.- meat of the hotel this searaon. Mr. Ir- Indian River D)rug Co. I. S.
We ae ireeipt of a letter from asated by noon Saturday. One mer- win had a v-" suce.sful sca n this l i, I k M arand's Circus rk
W a F. r.t a lte chant told us that he sold fifteen sacks ummer an sOpOrinlenl Nt Mf thi Ce.-rk
Mr. ofitl. fes Iet ofsalt in adayndahalf. It willprob- nercial club. Zat Minseapoli. s for' N really fir lusitts. t llu.l- The ha Wcl. f e. 7th ,'r.
Mhig o th o tel ln d i R iv e r in o an r i a l i t t I , n c l f 0 "n u t r whibe three weeks bfore thev will season
l talero thot report ths m e their st and final run and the ne Liodge. at Platte canyon, in th, fir'ewrks. ec. Huvhr's andl I,ln- MlFarlad. wo i-laint, Tliiil, ..
s n of ter y teasn will then ho praetieally icr. al- bears if the R,,ekies. at Shawne. ('ol-c's easlindis Ki- Wct til T i .I... Mr. M, F -ashrll lt- i ,
a_ sadbe nowvery buney though afew wilb caughi il,[l '.ras a, latn intie ... les It.. n Iihiat. hns hi-.. I
in e for the openin. We late the first of Febrary. a.ut iks is feel lsre tht Mr. Dwyer will greatly n hit r a w s m I .. r eo h 1 v impreeonthe maagemet of fsrer nyan friends hhsniltits ,lu llt i I-. -l i-i yeand itwillbe hi ecmrneatendeavor Lecture Monday Afternoon him again. and t i sh -,, t ,f g anh to plreit haek on its farmer standard u right. o lthe hainlog u fth of nlle et Therewill be aleeturegivenin the FURNITRE.llY. (;(u)DS.SHOp le us. 'hi l,,tes iit an-i,-o..-n, ,, 1,Progressive Culture club rtt ln Mn- li l it Dii. S ,, "'l i .,
lecture d Diec. 16th. at 3 p. nm., I the From now,1 ittt ;abt''ssu wil l Nhotic". .
Rev. P.J. Robtttom..ubhjriet. "'linry I.ei ite h siha sh ASlH lirha-, a Th, -natsllu ttr-,dtn, -t,
"Passing from Darknes.,'" by Ad- of Navarr.'" ticikt. Whtn ,, $ s . lli0 wofh,,h- "Iiln R, S,...
henar Brady. at Methodist church. The public arcinvitel ttten A su i in a high gra, talking will IR. hdi :i itI. ,,- i .] on. .. 1 I Tituwsville Tuesday next, De 17th., sm all feeofll cents w ill I 'h-ie l. :: os.eivi' in ,,li 1, ,li iin ,+ til i .. oi y I I',. i 'i.i
at7:00 p.m. Ladies .gentlemenand the proceeds t be ustl in Iting anl it a frattin f rityslar irice ,I; .cb1 e ril -I.a I i ii-... l the young people are cordially invit- new kHoks for the lilrare. It ill interest Y()'. I. p1-lil-' ed. Lecture f .ree. h.. B. 5l~si\ s. c A. ;ha"h. lrlir' :-In bi l't r" ,
tW l n I ia',\-I i t ltr ,11 St t 7d, a,]; I- ..
CB at the Novelty Store and see For Sale Wanted CsLh, hi lir t,, I-,tll- I li' I.-- :,, the jewelry suitable for hlida pres- On pale thughl ,. .hi, fisr, s, ii. .enta A souvenir given with each pi I t I io1 h h h
purchase. I. ooo old pups, hr t I l i nil i s ihad I l" i, e itn aI ,ll li,;. : 'i.
pur --e .. pointer, will be if right age to train I if otiet, work. Can handle eorrcs Th, i t ., h. .,
Cnplete line of Xmas stationery. Iwhenslasiont.es. Address D.. care' li,slh'tlee ,stil. tt dlii ttlil, Eight Orange and Grapefruit lrees, .. .
also tablets, pens, ink ete.. at Ban- STAR otfie. star in ir-it psiiilo. ns rs t Slih. I. .. i .
cIls slo*inTiti siii A-. ihuesos Ii lshes hacitiok Ii-i el Iri i. II Iid
ner DnuStm.. k. F.- fi', ,!, 1 {, A c,1 Ilrink at aecool Idn- at 'illia C 'o,-.ST ..Atlanta, 46 ea In, t-w,, ,, ll 1] 1. Nursry Stock for Sale MAN1)Y's .i 'ri frn,,,,, 2, th i oI i Salen paANII nd -and for- t .ale
Citrr stoek grown on high pine Draying I Land for Sale a a at d,, t land. IndismnRiverNurseries.estab- rae r alilll k,1 ,I. s tion listed 1886. Send for catalogue. IV slyat llol t l It, -. ", T l nhlir t lt ht i ,r' ToledoandWestPalmBeach, Fla. nIzili,rnaloet lli.- 1,. --I I C.: I Sal i E l t. .ink \aI -oIANIil.i
HolIday Goods Titi le. FI. MANDY'S.
Wuood for Sale T p o
The Novelty Storehasa full line O sAL e AtitaP tt i-an. .The Apie Hotel
of bank, picture gaunems, dolls go- I M.r. .Jhn Henry ir t ite Titureilh.. Fla.. F. A. L.-,, nooacarts,top and a. Giveusacall. i o ssr 'h oi l hilth land on 1'i. 1s'il. Ils :Ie t i theeasornn, sleofthe ilr ndianriver .. I a 1
L U DoISoN. the Niotrrow. dsreilned a follows: Lot. iht I, ll l,- rt
Pcn fNo.3, seetion S5, also lot Nu. ;. section Just Received rally Ioated.
36, U is- piioulB. ag 39 rant I) I'dsioana Pecans for le I Intowoip Itll raneat. .. 117 gesen v-an sec t. ttea ers Weood For Sale
seedling p an trees, p-pershell IThis land uimprrtl hut finely o- and 1WIt i 1t. .i, t usel l',-an ehvariety. Frsaleat euintehs. Firs ted. Forfurtbrn pIricula1 ddia F I F Pine or -k. anP o'th. An pl,, come. fint served. A. J. C nTE iI Riw. io L. B .% & -R h a 1 ,r S 1 1 : N
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2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907

S o Opposing Chri tms. Gift. COMFORTING WORDS

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ing W111tam IL Taft for the presiden- Iiilirl' thaIt he i; IN rart l I PO LITIC A L r." It charges TaP't "ith Ieing the e b ar c ut iirdlii: A-iur iA Douma Strikes "Autocra" Out.
hfrs federal JudoglIe to emlp, "nIovern. lis ati Ti r ikle, C.ol,.. ill ItI t .
Fo ler Asal Crtly Plan. uut yli ilnjunti rt idet (oi Common Law to Catch Trust. RIepresentative Ciharlesti N. owler e. t ad the Ith oi: ers iire te A s t itrn i ee t i-kon if r re~r.n . I
ehairtmt of the Iaur e inluittr e ii t Bryaa Waington Speech.t I it backilng and turreu e-)3 ill t Bryan's Washiogton Speech. f th i itil ll h ti htt statenet criticized most iriely th W J. iry'n nlale hI- fir(t firtniii te the trit'l eII l t e has b I ilr a ti T i ] I-i
action of the party lt te r nce i- e hentwni ii n ti lio I thlerl'll il :iil t lirhe stloie It' l
gov.rm nl.t in I l ollll hr s lll id: y. \Nr t th, ntioni s uf r ll ,, -. r 1; 1 t/ z and l
its attalipt it, three dollr dimler ( ell ill hi: ;lollt nhch haIle l lsh( (1h prices of f.-l the n" .rl : u r r f bvIlts jlm..plv~. itt d III, o- .. ir k Ir, ,,, relieve the ly the Iela'trlts of taeshin ol lhh 1.d foel iiiti the u bli' i, II
lianociat cia is I u dtfeio the dnky ahen c il'o-'r thiin If fair nwi u ir ote

he deilrer tethr ti trcig tile l i rlrthe lruiiiain -t "reit : i i1'ne o' itic rai uien-". l t I n I l s e l
oissuiig (f ti ll f ple' in his linal is of the. I licll i of: itii t-liii- I to f IIl l h e li,, nCa n 1
interest lheario ['r-idel t Iioo elt lie pll it l to fItr ih wil t i r . I fth. [ i, f I ,r -t h Plan Pa. D t
rti ule. He li w, re distin tl3 D ll rnli- iMn,,pri leI PDt or iCh. Iik .I r T tthug htirh r ritr ali r:ilrna l r"Oltii oi, 'nfonr'- suit inriig h,' r"r(:i i . ls tttr l I a."tl ilt t rts i. : hilrl tionll I i fore ii' I ih' i rll r i e ir lr" ,
sity fr such a :iiil ini'clime icx. Iun' of which, how har s the ,i p p itin ctl :it 'a1, t ,
a-uiie muiii that eir. hld tlhe un ti noii i tsti l of his fii t'i thi s of .i.p t rut i' -. .'i hi c -- '
it oul nl p il alr leadesl mad i ll ll le 'f aIllirh I allhia ll wtII ,"utelyr reulIt in cn('ine
a distarll ing iml ot I gone far oti.I u itgh T tiL. t h tOr. le tiislatin)ll Ii ;iI :. I;r l i r. Th'f t T . .tfatortli tiefc i nll ll l r:'ti the I l iir'ii f I, enil r .lIv Alabama Railroad Enjoined. t ,rr
Ho .re in h h the ar.t i nol indorse Thie fe-t- ria l nlltrt at l nilir th Portuga D ins R ci olutio
mc.t o r if i t iti dri,,he cl1r l 13. hl a iif ran.t'i at orde r re traii
golerna ent interrl a1 ing de' l h-t of ptI f rmia : f ii nd i n le" i r or oter i i i fro Portuga DenD es Revouton. lhlre wa af l llr:a y lII.I *a luin il 11 Io thei FPil;jpinn I h. l remd (I o prrfi p lt ig in f'- ;Lf of th, ratr i, T t asuri ll. ellr ore, he. il. h l t ,w i llh f Ivril i ll ti. pl'tll i l bi li l aIf ltul i".x illl W a unt a are f any stan tic hy wi ii d h tr ines of ti:ttional m l yt t i ll i Ti n I.ig tak n up Ton fll n, "" thr ertnifiCaes lould he conllsr d to aI il :l"it nllrrlli :i I i the a 'll'a I Il be a hIwful basis for blank i e, 1 circula lspirl h,. in In .hnc ha l not011 ill ew rk. hiht Iw.d .t.. 1 tionr l t a 1ln l y i ll inle II 'es of thle ;r,.gi:l ( nl Official Third Termer Rebuked. ill rA l-hifau r ... i il. arl tlvr -i'':: il Na-,l i l ... C A S T O R IA
IlI I letter sent to the Ile ds o[1 t t i n i l l,1 f f e
arios goeruicetal depart riI ll s d Il'r n. t. n i i o. ,. nt rt- th raa.,. i For Infants and Children.

pr.steendat tlira h3 hta a atI t, i'i r l r I o, fr th- r a T, h ion r frycuiteol ...." i -l . t lorot;ld'o bc-i" ;it a lltrl,li ll ..... il- ,t. .. ..iii o ,,t .l...i. tii, I heKInd You HaveAlways.Bought
Lh forin llo n t he li e t i ,ea th ll if .iiI i ff i il I l li l iru f Bea t e aor itend htl e I cy tloo 'ir n to toml n Jo h i' iai I t R m i.IlI h ,f.iolo. th m r o t r ot i e k'tin h ias lg ia +tO ll n rll dt, r is ued i lelti on h :lll 7 eilll e .nvrnor l' s++it+,r ulw lt r of+ da ti wahere t z i I : Tliro ictir o t wit hI llcI le it tn off o r l h f\ l il iil -l i, m tIie t Iase iU I. illH i ....... : Il ade pa tinh states tllt It hi s I in h tlllt he s fr n during tio diitat. tIi o.nif r heg n d 'r called to lta'e -*i ent's tl i f r il e o t e i r Pettibn o 's Trial Begun. th aiyrutted ot li ioll ti ts t ih ai hima r i le thle v ii fa l Ift r' leti f hd e l r t o oRen t m m. I i l u s i L L rTo mi J o h n s o n s L te r s t R e f o r m a rd l x iw e l l tr i t tre r f II I- I their n''titn of t i, s dl ti l. Irrltllin is R jel cts Primary Bu ,t f a:I n,,, e,, ft il.l. d a il u 'r i- t a i n s uol l hl t r it a th e inte ll i f ,r b i n ,f I w l e h llldo If h i nhit ; t. :i I: h i, i. t l I ;0 1 a l It ci ali his r l o ni ultio oi t his ii i li h:i tulr y N i a,, i h,, o i i' t~ ni ultsie tl hi Bo i l i. no dc rop. iety n e t ....... i...... n er T l i it 41 ioty. te 'ai: wIhi ii i .o. .. ie l lic i. t o,, A F t a Ti
he ryans. mall at nWhite Hl oe l nin h ,r f so Ilr ll w l l al ell Comm Lts S de.. i Ito f delk irnle t.ir Ii n tl of hi .,,. reforil i s he i a n tu More Earely Christmas Shoppers : FRIEN D TO FRIEND Ohicehf,tde ast ilao Ie Ilti t in ler l r It,,ri crr 0Ni I r nt a ,N .f .i. tl t M T their l iri)t ll'ae of l Cit.itiole a dShti o llinoi s t Reject i Pr sm r Bt llh ind ite l a liein r t "





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cel ll hen th i to eliitor a hiete t ho lti i ti ai iss'i h Buyir iour -, i -rIn. +arly nd t :.tiitue tl oB f ttl a e ni,, 'rati Ihn -all 1 \\" I I i i' : r,i tl li: ' ,

ient io higeth r irt in r h nicely tlk in iei:nki ile atit r i nor iTPc t ill an' ea i i I e nt Si r T; l n g"I the ch ld Jit. ca f I't ucil.ll t 'l: ir:llif a iuih Cortellou Stops.i Note issueififl-. ee il l il lll cL chl ta:ccilllcl t itl:-1r Sidl i , ir3 -h.t Frea lur I l..f,,r+ in thel 'oh,*litl If N,1 -1, r -I F I TOO FRIEN




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pratbte of flfipiing a eoi Th irpult a, on-di i th oa lt u tat I i n wht rI wha Athotitn mon ne l il ins h o hP thler tu n -in- h- io it re-niti ai l id EVERY MOTHER I",n "i "i". .to" ...."... n .a.. r I r,- i .i ir ru... ... a...7... t 3 I I
i nas the it ao, aclrht tre li ed, a t1 d to i trt i~l ws v h r
doth no tal s-aoe upnimnsel tyh sn t, fi'-u.ve m nto c c spef i
Jut. cr I_._ rill tIINM Sell1 ecessity.
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piag of a oen iaon of the whole peo i i- iThe Deliht of Chidrtn. le. to reve It n aco dance wih n- -l"'ii 0 'i..irscr Afn iti int m save
tIe eopecaltr attached the s e e dI Itict t t .. ru d ii "crato ubjt t, gro' itw w2: I: COLOat S+E Tti lA'T, RO NH i
-ton fthe ro menin to en d th e ont d ier., tIr':, ] o th inc of ( aioloir a. r,a? TIS A I Al 1. Lm n a1L, O LES.







titutin .and to nul.lify the acts of h riro. d itr.. i. t border ofle t e I .ift nao ndanitt o r. . ... '- PRICE 2Sc, 50c, and 1 00
thanoug the placn g a s stru e le ae If the id det ad lr is otd -if Ip c\th ne
omer tI the handn of n t elected ercIe of t- i Iog ina p er. t,.-I ri nt The y arc I ts rt -ta Bal lard Snow Liniment Coi by In people a nd holdg o eot haept r e e 1 I other iforne d









utIfe. He saild that me tetai Noly the Ef aN f its power i 'ing c -,nn t eicmly crthtwa r. takIno..g thc ath. 50-502 North Second Street c arol demat oer et the forme r mus rethis eal ad l nmi r to recrh Oryco. \L..ter I y
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Oipres te last at of the Ape er l'ea Adams ilry isagrtes. a incla ,itall tt "n prtl eba "ro IHIHUS R
Ibaa to apr as It a esl ared the C all- n' lr l tee Adas for th see t o l cred t EV Y aOi

resent nted aondvc tne dtmorc at rher f\eh d Tyler was aable ou l tethe ph hel p t Sold and R eco m n mnP ended b touer for ph lln oeu tamen the nIat T A Altr. Ie g yt % (h poB -.gl
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dial of opulr control w f this oer t. ic.:;te ,ommerTe nnl l$ (b t. i -tI1 ,.n slll ny ,r :,- ,h- AVOID ALfL t Bo .II TES.
ing t o d not whol en mO lrT ,Ir I;Iu llt I ;ii t~e iote of the M" .rl+ +, the h,. ' J

Pe the iople a d hold em om f1 nnd 1he attempted eIri'e by & state .Inl In so"them I~!ifolo and tray
lfe." e tMld that we retaI onIy the f alo of its imwers iminge Or n I lsowly nnrthwsr, tskin t il. h00-,02 North Seond Strlit, ,
--imirt for loristali dmu t p ll tenll the 'I"mer to reaeh Or~orl L


meatre t d n t have bee e mesr -is 1,san aq to t.o1r cc, Joe ,mr tHt tA ALL SIL ], I UTES
thant If the Ja eedent nd -fa, Icir E risr fo ins, f "
b the n d holding office fm S t attempted I state 1 stout pher .. So and e e b




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fl IDAY, DECMBERI3.I90 THE FLORIDA STAR 3

Ceo. B. Cellol whose success at rals FATHER OF NINEEEN. Te OF NEWS mg well -' OverWork Weakens FATHER OF NINETEEN. SO sarm'S walf
ing tropKyal frss m well known is n OIs very careful about her churn. She hipping te Trap avocado to the north YOur Kidneys. County Commissioner of Hillboro Be--alds it thoroughly after u.n. .... TIe markets. He Is now realizing $1 comes Prominent. a n bath t sweeten it. cte I- s SPR L PDer down delivered at the depot at Ukflm "ae Ka 1 TM hat ii htair churn is Tur it i t.i ;ie The Tampa Tribune says: buttr that i, nade in t Th, stomach is
lI- I D il Thi hT s Dt i" the depot In Miami. and has orders All the hloodinyourbody passthrough Count Commiissioner A. C Tatner a -urn. It the .tuloach and di.--i e more than he can fill, for Decembe yourkldsneys c eveythreemiutes of Clearwater. whose thorough work ad ntritiie tract, are perifrht r i y6lW t of Ie Pa l delivery at $6 per dozen. The.fruit e splr he on the hoard has oaied for him te so ce n hith art almost it t-t li te bld purlhhecsthy it icrt i i Isiti aalim t. 7io
Astatant State Auditor Saddler has will be coming on now and will be I ter out the waste or abriqu t rachanc Of the treasiury. th- i that if ath ,,ctmah-chrllin i. ht i !i eamitned the books and accounts of available until January. The Trap is ipuriticsintheblood haso another cli tl disttirction, which ma. In l l l I i i, h ,,i ? Tai Collector Jones of Nassau county ame of the finest of avocrado.s and is j oIf thya roeicosk O l oua r vn .. r. l i h I io c r" .. n
ro order f they itodo c li ti-ac tan,, t.ir ii tt I. i and has found a shortage estimated proliit producer. He who rais s th th.irwrk watch n i f :- n ttu s lucr-, rth a.d :t i at between $3.500 and $4000. fruit in quantities for the market i Pains.achesandrheu- Coommiinni, t Tinri on Sua da lrc ait f )i i la i J. Y. Barnes shipped from here last vsserd of a foltnue.- tMiami Newf; a ie ior ninm ":In fhi t r'wek 1047 pounds of beet hides, from Record. blood, dauto neglected ti ag a T i i* ii which he will realize about $150. This Assessed validation of rI-al estate a kidney troubleuth Is sa s ith l F rl Ii .ei. ITT t i ft Ii I- 11- li li-i : Kcdneytroublecaon qsih or unsteady thai b., s-,ic cl ii nns aidus ,tllc is a new thing for Inverness, as such oeronal property in Tampa for h heat beltsand makes one feel though c-ct I the 1i aitt r r shipments are generally made from present fiscal iar, according to Ith they hadhearttrouble.b ecausthe heart is i:. : r other lapo ts--Inverness Chronicle. books sulmitti d to the cit, counc over-orking in pumping thick, kidney- \Ir. Ti: s an ir r f hioniblodthrough veinsada-teries. i;'r j": Mrs. Sheldon B. Stringer of Brooks reaches a total of $1:IA.1c;, T1t. il itused to be condred thaony urinary n r b i h r iVlle, president of the Florida Division assn csm nIi although ih total a ,ui: troubleswere to be traced to the kidney, ed c r United Daughters of the Confederey is a ut $IIin.t higher than that : bat tno modern science proves that early t :i : r died of pneumonia at Columbia, S. C last y-tar, it a ry r-3 :s;inable ne all cnaotiovn l diruse r have the rn ii d cc- iYi vI onstig i idoey trs a bl i. aI mined : h ,at "" r 1 J r h MIoday, lass week, wlaereshe ws isitig coapl e d ith the fac t th a tii a Itii i If you are sick yo can mke no mistake i a daughter on her return from the gen tration has rt dllio .i ttillage fll by first doctoring your kidneys The mild a.i no cr t I a ,Pes al :- :, S and the extraordiaryeIlecto Dr. Kilmer' dent Rro.,.i ,t a u,-in r r eral convention of the I. D. C. at Rich 22 1 to 21 1-2. m iakis it ccilntlth d-.r dithe fetk Drr Kilmer I t Roo aa v ii n I rth n n tr Mond. V- I- : ISwamp-Rut. thereat kidney remedy os atIi
mound. 'Va. the burlen on Tampa tax pa: s is soonrealized. Itstands the highest for its abl ni- rt ninstt ionsi i snati i lti hti-,- .T Th it, w ud t 1,,r o lth sidiact i chi ls i-ii ,,-s d The trial of B. B. Iowman and on in co dgra lighened. Th hn andi soimr tiae a i n t1r t
G e o . I ao wt n o f B r o n o "ev y e r a -dmr o e e u- _ro b nla+s n t i s o l' lyd c n d m" -1. a d e H p b y h b er- %a lld ici n n itdae i cld noiise r county. for the killing of buna ibyalldruggti y ARome de Happy y ChamberPhney. fas oeuded Wd a) a On I, ho A.KYou me ay have o-- lan s Cough Remedy T --t oi re t Phiney. was ocdd Wdes O h l t K th mple bole by m n s \l*t tl Inl. ) bab gi n Gainesvile. the jry finliw n. l at cec r i t lie t. Dallas N a a mp hyo l by ety ling o a w hd al i tti i st s en .
fre, alto pamphlet teling you how to hd
inan not guilty and the son guilty of of Miami, HuIdt & Ih ic h a iil out fyou have kidney or bladder ouabl I s' l e n. .i i r a t e M et th p pe h D dl a bi. murder In the first degree, with a rer- in the FIral court Tie a. Metin his paper wh nwring Dr me nt lt aack ommendation to mercy. for a receivership for th- lI on Hali r k.. nglamtan N. Y. m i t b ilt til c t iii I b l true
Jesse E. Burtz. city editor of the Hot-l(o. Ae s so iAj.-c ti as cas i ti ..t ..-r..t r Ki.... i-h ;iInttdr e hte d ie ll be i r edil b prt i a fo at, I .r .
Gainesville Sun,. has just compiled and by a y -t e as to the ip olls 1t i l o -i ,. lt i" :, r e- I iol-l--rnll. N Y.ital tIt A fi nd a trtilt rnt ih lu h, l R i rt-,, i ,:11fbh. N a
published a city directory which give receiver for the howtI: roprty, the t ir-iottle" ehn ihn-e- to m anInd f I th- ard a Gainesville a population of 7.335 of court grant-d lie prlac ,f the p.ti tti e o th t -s i is f go i th'. ike .- a which 3,900 aee ohives and 3.435 no fltos and atpo"idlte Jis. A. htcttrill I at I r i a I it- -- si grees. The last census in 1905 show. of Mtial. The moarenat was oad- EDUCATIONAL of the aa a.r of. the. ed a population of 5.254 of which 2.825 so that the hotel can IIe o l- nd aI n] irin N Fr te l a i i were whites and 2.429 colored. run during the winter seasml, and the Columbia Holds Mock Convention. "r, and Titustille P' eiar y. Te T titc:at r e actandBo.
court was informed that thre wa s n t ti orf t. B Bs aS e. hl ied r-"prohreltt that It ao h r l c i t it titi l-pti h il nki o -rai ARUDDElR W wrd City, made an aosinmea a -ter prospect tat itwouldboIadt iHiNiDY Rumors are floating around that memory f the late Itenry I rgh a The present crop of orangeIsIs br some great building operations will b foundation toI l-uhtl.ti a spirit of kind- The "Standanird" ROTARtY ill fTILE PRICE $1. EACH lag lots of money into Volusia count). commenced ln Key West within a few nes anld consideration toward the oo NiEVER STOPS when tlhe achins i, in The growers are realiing good prices months by the F. E. C. Hotel Compan e. er annals. 1 .ratin. til style shuttles start alI -n : r ze f pa for the fruit and the crop Is larger than It is a well kow fact that a ew ho TOTl'TW tIEt each stiteh. Jt tthInk i h e.: c It Is a ll no n fact that a nb iouepected during the summer. It will tel in Ke West ha been talked oft for Cure Blood, Skin Dlse se, Cancer, I me TI antlic loat r tttiliea a THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO a brg more moey into the county tha some time and the renewal of gossip Greatest Blood Purifier Free iallti o on mtinuon ly without a jar. did the preceding one for the reason at present is founded on the recent if yotr bhul is imprlte, thin, dioa t ve r hre llev at iir r i na., T o 1h ol itta ii i f s-ic ise bitl ..trrsoitlc niareos lerhrafrie iar Iothat the prices are so much better. The visit of Isol of the heads of tI com h.,t or fil of hnors, if VOln h:e blod iour crp about DeLand will be from 7u, pany to the Island Cift. As Knight l" enct. carnra le r i.e e-tingsores No heavy balance irwhel required to o 80000 heoxes. not quite as large s Key is to he us-d as a terminal thick ba-r e ervoi crr sit ni ie e s o a last year's emrop. A large portion of it wlntr it iis very proialle thit work toe l Io o toke te r taclll Irp C haa been sold to buyers as it stands In will soon e commenced there on bull -kin dises-, take l ane tcd oBalm I Il s tt than A thr ie the groves.-Volusla County Record. s which would be nec upsar p to ac I R) ren all lr hra. aCh It eNs 7 tR tENT TIh N RTE lr' ndpln ade TI.\N .1AlsTYI,.E t"ACa ncF.i.
In the llt at Pensaeuloa tr $10.00no cmo ate tlh traveling pulli din ,,, ani rieal Irarits tir hv enr ThN lit tit t i- i ra ir damaes against Admiral B. M. Berl:- their short stops th, r,. while trans $I i r lar, i tle uitpl free hav writ. it ahi ntadle tita i pr f ta ,rt now commandant of the Norfolk navy ferring from the train ti steamships-- i 't i : I la i .e H t a I gi oendant. Seely did business in tthe h- worl, ha" i In ac th- i t f a i li i tn. it a t h i the rsadl e-k r n se ndUll town of Warrington, whose citizens fa i i ii llii inis l t yI ati- wI a.ii t tl-r mi t--rri itc atnd the i Itle threat In atit, h.B nss .a are subjected to the regulations of the nt r c all r eai ti a iii iqi. ea t i i It t:ake tIhe pr-ttiet aad ntiat ela-tic commandant of the yard. This court noonter ttwer ft ha T, itaten Children' sI, YEARS' held that Seely violated tite rules of e il ar s 1 t hi t iitc l EXPERIENCE the admiral when he was cotalndtaioTn t h Iit tt l l t i i ni th i r to the ai n of the Pesacola yard and that that e ad e toi-f .,t si sr tl i- .t it i n I kl :h h

from the reservation ar td l.- s the ihte- nirg k t t c h il r a t .li t i. 11 t i carti iteia- iici,- Ott ,, liI i rie-, atieu ai ii II, iI- Tn Tuesday morning engin No. 2 Kni2ght s Kt w he n ,.. l,;t ,;. I;., ll ,. T. MARAS
which was employed on the extension treaer piece tf work i tibe I,.na:l i- - i i ,e. a hll taki Cop sAcN
works toppled over into the waters of rel in the building of nf. th, r l rt idtn Dea I i ,,
theGulfof Mexico as a result of runn create tialucl It isn a citi s h, I lit n- te r, it- a t
nlng into an open switch. The accri sert,d that nl-, s unfo1 esic.,, ; dic l 7l,- -b k n b .r
dent happened at or near the Central ties aris that Ihe itains will l i r n [ l i e tin a l a t
Supply Station while the locomotlv+ nin ti Knight s Ket ini, t hirt a k st il -h.ie ncilt
was backing with several freight cars- days.- liasni ltlopolis. ht hatnsane
Enaer George Ba-s was in charge r t a
easnBC!r oge a. ~ err o r n a C- d~ acre n-SEEDS
of the locomotive, tut as there was no Fora il.til ey action .t" thii tl' .r s aa ttaer&CoaMUnos&eCO. oa..1 .
Ig.ht on the swtch. ho wo onatle to .risdiet- ..i tlsnrst oIoo Wradiatai ei i0 o n U
se that It was ope. aod gat his frst t. y.ur...ir.ti SE OF or KILL..THE COUCH
aenisa of danger wheo the caro 0n sasaw u-an
trout began to leave the track. MT For Over Sixty Y -Iaiell wears loh, .. AD CURE TWE LUNC,8
Ba-les jumped from the cab and suer Mrs inslowr' .ioinog t rup har a CURE THE iUN
ed a severe sprain of one of his legs. beer smI for ur r e hnmc e ar e th r *n r in a h Xd aT
mothers fo thei illtll remp o h 5 i m -_-ttix so, antc- aasn vs Other men who were on the engine yie with Irfnet eir It aor tl e wrefo l o ar Iat tI loie Inperairty It ti WITH
aloo jumped ad escaped Injur. The hi'd, 71t': ... g.. a;1 ail twin, al Oa -teridiurd R11 .tary .Mmt, y .,sCovcar nid ioeomotive roiled down sto cu res wind olic. anl is tIr- best rei ed 1S 10 C ta I oun offering ir sale rotary shutte or dIroes. It will relieve the ll m i tlnes TIhe machines they do noD th andw whr wltiurmrerim is. iSoldh Bmp to sell, w the ar r o U PatCn ftlly tfwracking mhnp I aiuveyr h pm = ofthe rd, Twes p. w .e n to oureotml ofat ibse patentsF
brastll isto a li. leos was veeash a bole. Breasea k for hot lee do0 te clem an argument FL oght to this ity and in restng e. Winiow'l oothing syrep," td Ra ry1 m5ec ,in)r ir n h for to AI S.LTIIDTre.lU tgS.
bruh"t Oeothar hind. smntresd under soli tItir old stylr ribratnes. iuaRarOTa very well at hls home on Fifth steet. the food and dmas aet, June 30th, 106. O D Sw
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S 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FEIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907

THE FLORIDA STAR OZORGIA A Andrews is looking after the work
Mr Walker, of Lotus, wa the Edgew mill held their A CAROLINA LEGISLATOR.
seaai'samdh a tt i.a calling on friends here last Friday. The P. &T. association held their Mr. Miller, who expected to come regular meeting Monday afternoon l Wu t nMr. Miller, who expected toM.rou at the school house, on. Win. G. Hunter Uses
_mmmo. _dwih rek is quite serious- M r i f na a
ass-ma. ase. .r..."ssa ., ly ill and may not be able to come Mr. and Mrs. Witte, of Jackson- P-fU-H AS a Family
'.south this season. ille, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Meicine.
Ainesworth this week.
u 4. v.. tn.rad bue.. Mr. Richardson and family are ex- Ainesworth this week.
pLSRAY pected this week. They will live in Our worthy postmistress, Miss B. W HEN ro mn of undoubted repnutPUBLISlED EVEY PRIDAY MORNIe the Bower house while their new one Farley, has been spending few days Sion comes out quarely In public
There isn't any good and sulicient is being built. We might have two with her parents at Malabar. priusehldr rmedy hving uormebe to or three new houses built here this Capt. Symmonds, of Kenosha, ihiog e...n toa ceoutfor it. resonhyanyTitusvilleSanta winter. Wis.. is here again for the winter. Hon. w. 0. Hnter,.f orth Carshould do his shopping bymailorder s. Handy and daughter Miss He is fitting up his boat, the Mattie lin, well-known in Washington and A look about the local shops will RH. on which he loves to sil. throughoutiho Suthern States, nays of Rena, came last week and are get- H., on which he loves to sail. Per8- hte.rdi thgretet furnish a sufficient reason for this ting their pleasant cottage in order Mr. Crl Powell arrived here frm family medicine ever discovered.
asertion. for the winter. Miss Wright came Italia Friday and we are sorry tI, s He does not hesitate to say that with them and the others will come him still using crutches from the ef- Irer s invig vat s and gives frle One doesn'thavetobeaprophetto later on. fectsof his accident at Yul. strength testimo nilnd this ough to
guqss what Mr. Watson told the Mr. Seaborn Wadsworth has pur- Mrs. Creech and Mrs. Ray Ketch- mae Perns popular
president with respect to the cur- chased a lot of Mrs. Mary C. Man- u, of et Palm lach in e the sert of S.l i man, no commreclal management could
rency. Mr. Watson believes in a flat son and will make for himself a win- town Monday and will visit relatives ever raise Pernna to, eill a hih stand currency. He is a "greenbacker." ter home. The lot was a part of the here and at Tropic bt,fre the-y re- ard of appreciation as the frank and unHe thinks the government's promise Hiseoek homestead and runs from turn home. qualied statements of u-h men. a to pay doesn't need any backing of river to river. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins. of Bear PE-RU-1A Ideal houiseh d gold or other collateral in the vaults Mr. Hotchkiss. a friend of Mr. Lake. Mich.. arrived in town last elals-Remy r tmidy.Itwards of the treasury. The president has Peck's, who spent the winter here week for the winter. Their large r on chs and reheld different views up to this time. three years ago, died very suddenly houseboat is nearly comletld. The ii ts rm a es catarrh in Why should the leaderof the Repub- of heart trouble last week. He died work on the eanal will be resumed g th f etarrh, i t"
lican party, which claims all knowl- in the depot while waiting with his again now that Mr. Hpkins has re- cleanses the bdy of those conditions
licai turned ahiyh Lwhii chrnic claims. aHll know
edge with respect to business mat- wife to take the train for Florida. turned, which invite chronic d
ters, desire to consult withtheleader Mr. L. A. Peek arrived last Friday What Co affe ted d.Th eat ad Lat. ugh. CO I- 'I j "P
of the dwindling Populist part? from Greene. N. Y., and is at home n.rthll ti. iis Kaihld in If v.Ii Mall heieran L William SI in his old quarters at Madame Mun- w-Mu ih C,, -tr .l., r il a out r years ago I cosued a i To Call Special Session sen's. Mr. Peck has wintered in l Aii t.ir. physician to get releft from a -d' H on. n'yI t is reported on best of athoritFlorida for the past twenty-thre ne s r.. ,.ctr:, e an whi had stoppd up my head and alo Nortii a' it is reported on best of authority years and is one ofour regular il- t, ir I,. k, settled on my luns, rsuiting oin
that Governor Broward has at last N a. ed i o of our regrar ,in tarrh and alio thratditculties, .
determined to callan extra session terresidents. Everyone is glad to rn- i.isicitiiii "He gavemesimesd-me, u-t f- r
ee him andtheehildrenesciallvs. nI cnkai o it h lost i.f 'i-f- months fithiul seut thesam did i i "The gretes i imnll) ca o f t h e F l o r i d a l e g i s l a t u re o n M o n d a y s k t l i t I l f M n ut.h s f a i t h f trl e h d t r t -i o fo mr Ia rl.:d la.u. aM A..h eudim tti t i I nthr a en. ever erec en o January 6th. The governor, it is He Fired the Stick r It sr ll tlri iii od thn tried se ur, u a s oer ep i.ro
understood, finally made uphismind I have tired the a tlui iticLk t. -i "So I decided t ttry Perns ani aftr mo ommon attlii i. i,.. i
to call this extra sessionon thisdate, curn- vrr ii Death of r. C.. Chaudoin s.ng two bottles rnv lungsit i.h.-a to ind is a b d 'o ld P I .
D tofnotwithstandingtherehasbeengreat that rit r in of trnCi n heal. tdid not congh nerlr ,s much Ilout of doos. ueards offI a
notwithstandingtherehasbeengreat .is r rC.i A. eCitendilepe bctt r.5.o Iiviiis-its -d,,
opposition manifested all over the II~Ia, ntesit. tt al l t in Il tdr hs arte R A. X N C l.hau ii. i a i iso h the iou, aecrrh i bntid a e s ot' I gstate by press and public. Imiim 11r Iif itarrett., ,*i .. ad throat ditiemt eurc tcuil. myeuneuaifiiedonir.e..i O h t i .. mtd t, 5lo.a brrs died Friday nor nng lI)em 6thm and nd.. e One peculiar feature about thisex- t I. vN i rs, fi io" "i. s ie d in lre n i was pleaed with the rs.l. iat 5mla
tra session is that the members will lrt s asv 2l,r bln' aid iitiLrlle uas b d a ,,rn. iies, wili ci write ye s ii. sera bo ies
be called upon to correct the errors lasI unk tt ---. Sc
made by themselves at the regular TROPIC born in Davidson e.,untv Ten liescv. A. L. Iewitt, J. P., West Berli, V. n th t ,. -- .. .
on March lsth. lso, .t.squeint) writes: "I am happy to be able t wrl. Fr .v ,raK a session of last spring. A much needed rain fell Tuesday. w, pat ys ent--two ealw r ol a. yi thi letter in r!iaton to whuat yuar m!. !,. T I '.- What the people of the state are Mrs. Rosch andswandtheMisses She was married ti the late r-. r I rounbht tl- r !f- ytle h~ii,. 1a r I a
Worried about is what guarantee
worriedYoung, of Eau Gallic. were over -n W. N. Chauderin May t;Lh. 1-1 5. ami I found my wife ai dauhter Wh I tr is Peru m and n,-, .:
have they (the people) that mor' Saturday aftern,.. the n t., Flida in 171 a! sk-my wfe with ilndestiu-amd imy to-day ell man.
mistakes will not be made by theii ese They ,c ii- .i
solons in the extra session. b Mr. and Mrs. C-nnir left Thurs- settled at LaGrange in 17:: since dauhler with a severe cold. They hs-tds.d I ,
In the meantime the taxpayers if dlay to attend the marriage of their which time that has been her 'rmi- .. am wi!n to state that P run .
Florida have to foot the bills. bi.ther and spend Christma at Cal- nent home. tken i it, zn :. wt re t.
Some sensational charges against lahan. Mrs. thau.-in had asi circle if wVrit cold s4 t ur ,a u
certain corporations of the state, it Mr. (. H. Casper had the misf.r- friends throughout b,,th the state
is reported, will be a feature of the tune it get a small slive-r f bras i of G(i-iria oand F!,ia. ,i ,sc hr. Ask You;L druggist for Ftr, Pei u n
governor's message, his arm which hao caus.-d painful mist intimate fries s A he ia h famil- wund,.
COCOA was a woman if nlany estimate
rouah ar n a\nuii tol l rs J a1r a ialitie a I
surround his pretty home on the river a. areonvisit tlo Mrs. J L. ir a t. hu
r:ad to Rockledgte. the most i nl t H-iil t -i th T H E M A P E S
Judge Van Deman. the Mis-s Van About Digestion state ,f lrida f,-r rx -- t and
Demanand Mr. and Mrs. Battenfield. I it "- i fi I dral I, al k, w him"
all of Delaware. 0.. arrived t -. iin.. i. t- i E. I -L Z Ei
Monday. They will spend the winter i -i i .. V il-i ii F E R T IL IZ E R S R
.as uvual at their beautiful homr s i .. - thb r t h r; h . c ,n ,
Rockledge. Judge \Van Deman iup- t nd fr ie If Ir th
parently has diseovrd,' the -cr f o te port there in d it i
perennial youth. He Idoesn t Ii tre had bi th. un of the i tapl 1 lay ilder than hedid twent \t~,:d t i rut, I I
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Taxcolleetor's list of taxes not asnl...--r.--For Lung HARDWARE
ws received, and theit collector
P se charged with the following Toubles
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DLl. 2, mresent, spoealh sesa as ro .
S A.Conklirr chairman:J.M.cs- .a .. ... ... o Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ce Jas. Pritchard & Son
b a, T. A. Robinson and T.J. Cock- Requestof D. L Gaulden for reStar't, dct;J. P. Brown, sheriff. eiand request rejeted bronchiis, consumption. A- Handle the Finest Lines of
The minutesof thelast meeting Warrants were ordered drawn ag- it certainly strengthens te Heavy and Shelf Hardware
aftheboardarereadandapproved. grgatingthefollowing amountson throats and weak luns.
The ublie road at Merritt, Fla.,as the various funds: There can be no mistake about
marked, viewed and laid out byJ. R. sanian r, this. You know it istrue. A d
Carter,D. St.ClairNisbetandN.M. J. x 0a. muetom ,r.s io your own doctor will say so. Our Stock of
Fah. isdeclaredapublic road. J i. :. no.... ,...ii... Tbib i ..t..at.i..... Guns and Sporting Goods
be resolution relativetopurchase A. 'uonklig. tom "id fo or G ye.and Sporting Goods
T ...... ..... .. '."complete at all times
oflattertypewriterforuseinclerk's T.J s hmot. ...... is COmplete at all times
office is rescinded and it was ordered A A. starn. no.untant ssaA is S that the county pay one-half the cost JP. ownaI. wN.on. boolet- 4 PILS
A A titt oot, milut t., pube Irs ii
of such typewriter. A. Stewarte minutes for publitioln 3 IM
Inasmuchas thelboardihasemploy- W. H i. ol o rio .. ,. .,., w Paints and Oils of Quality
liEu W. HK. ttreiot, and t-rrmyl
d1W.Hall tohmarkthe eneceay o: is eoth,, i-,o,.t one of our Specialties
corrections in the tax aessrment p.o. rutillno. sota nr. ta so pt a and thUo hasten reconvry.
book for 1906 and Mr. Hall having w. S Norwootl. rait tion5,er o .i I
performed such work, theamount of H. I1,.w blank Brevard County School Board Quotations for large or small orders will Mr. Hall's bill for said work will be Ad. t r, p The board of public instruction be given personal attention. Mail Orders
deducted out of the balance due Mr. E B. waxr, bill sh-L, for Ill. T.. I met Monday. Dec. 2nd. with full solicited and promptly fied
MeMillan as commission on said as- Ji. Bown: janitor - O n board present.
segment of 1906. Jr. ooaeoroohurouousi A ~ The minutes of the last meeting TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Theelerk presented his pay rolls Titusvile e. li ------ TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Ho~J. waso. tt'asnnenl putAI were read and approved.
for witnesses attending on circuit Titusvioli Phbroany. Imen ir tpri t its Treasurer's report for Nov. was court at the fall term. 1907, amount- rTitusill rhanr. m. et. fore. hm. II i i found correct and redeemed waring to $25.00, same was approved. H.1 Ctleyy.preeriptions for l.o home in rants cancelled and filed.
Report of R. R. Chaudoin, super- aL. t rdBr. mda ntounty home Nr a. a
intendent of roads for districts No 1 nh un.~ e .mr nt he onre Wrnnts nthuu t r $ 7W, a. Don.. oklt onlt hi S. lorWtlt oo~lt-ltloa lst
andti5, was received. o Atwar ins. njaile hose IN0 ud thismeein 2.33
Clerk's report of tax redemptions JP. Brow, teim Reying rIlud S IT F A IR ?
and purchases during the month of jumnto unty hn-me. W w opa in No.v :nl
November, 1907, was received. J.P. nw. tlerms ior tnlit t 2 I- To ex't your local merchants t, carry a full s8k of gs ciareo of A. A. Stwart.prtf tax rdeptn I ar w and be prepared to sell vu a few pounds of flour. a necktie -r a
Report of clerk of circuit court of Riehard Rfkerw sunfmoniu jury fr "ae dll hand ..........i f lb fn d when
R-kl, no-v fi-, 3 few piti esof lumbcr fr ,uron nlen-, and Ihte, when ,uo fines and forfeitures during the int,,ot. e . tt unus 2. s want a barrel of flour. a suit of clothes nr a carlrad of lumner t,
month of November, 1907, was re- Inis K lye.. holi itqu.-t : n ITvi EX send off for it?
ceived. Johu Cowrd. juror at iu. .....
GNeiv lo. jomrt t i"out er ....... $ uL. When your town needs help. or a suhscription for charity is Reportof countyjudgeof finesand wler. rrrya r pp il wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
forfeitures during the month of No- L G(risjuonrat inqut 1 Ginu o.t, ItH. -,k ask for it' If not. WHY Sup- yu d, pa5 ,a light nor,vember was received. orWorejurait --t .In F.A. lens., rfg. pub. .H k, l for your goods at home. u get it back, Your Ic al merchant
Reports of Justices of the Peace A. i.ibtitow juror a.iulplttiu to I u ark.n.t k (o. t fro, .,k' o 1 helps pay taxes and aids in every Iwlal cause.
C. T. McBride and Louis K. Myers I. E Mlatera junr at itqu-str n. i. Va. .e r tm .. i
were received. hip r witns at il d. Riv Stat hnk l.t i. r No e w e5ep .' TIME IS MONEY .w. Joli. t .. I loin .......... A" f,,i TIeE InMOiE
The following bonds for carrying w. Hickon. . wt L nt. ato! ii W.
repeating rifles were approved and Jani Young. i E Alvoate, pub. ta, noCtulta' oo tiamnannL If pl r i -.IN h } N h n tyvwrt, thi. r Pill--,n t To permits imed: James Capehart, irnh Tmr.. I nbs o n
Winchester No. 13.277, calibre 35; Fn i Henridy. aI'Mt ct of land a A. e pis .. o inoHeoni otn etd 1!t I, lb..\ ti;nosr. ,lj-tot fur ,fiee -I b I i a Arthur A. Buck. Winchester No. Julius KlineI. ads enutty ho, P t R E Mi is. Jr .hol wa ',, 'll .
6,741, calibre 22; D. H. Sample, Win- Jas.. tc. htrd & Sun. no-e. s n R, Walkr fl'o stlr it tfoe r
cheater No. 249,340, calibre 32-40; ora t TWAkr. fr ht, t. n o 75Ii
S. D. Noel, Marlin No. 77.504, cali- j. m. o.., buying mule ad e .p s A ban boliue .'-Al 7ln .
bre 30. J. M.ois xpa to Jacku onvine t Eat 'a rn .p d -l l T ,tnoI lbt-r th ,, I : ,,.
Bondof M.B. Rhodes to carry I" k md C.. roi i r sl.pr 'rdilrnd oille inrour ra o i. J.I liJt.s t.n to JI*nt ,llleoi.t tI Iil-,,t n nh,. Colts pistol, No. 896, calibre 41, was ar. and .iiha- I ,
approved and permit issued. L A. Coukling. inveutai g o it roa J 1 Swius. txte sr t II' I RI
The treasurer's report was receiv- at Jacksonville aN- e, p7. Ttal iI.1 21 l
ed and checked up and paid warrants T. A. R,,hi.n ext. to so. ra 'ir. Arn ll ret 'd having visited
destroyed. (" s ill the Fau Gallit school and found the OBBINS
d JT i'tn'knht t,. I. l t ttl footRIOgBB]IdNtSn'n-. extslt..g The Pension application of Adhemar to k at ad.... fol!oing condition existing: The
Brady was approved. J.h B..Tun...in.art r esniorl ni d.t ,vrcroding 'If the high school & G RAHAM
Pension application of Mrs. Mary fr 'la nl attril rooml wa cau d b the int production I I I I I r 1
C. Platt was aippovoed. P Wrilrht. forbt for ln oIf the 7th glradl in that rooln. whon
Tne-,' F 'lae. to othe- nel -,dat tknrt a tnS roit- nox' tnl ot-xoI The board r.nts to M t. M. MeL no. w prlr place i in the intermediate T pi I tlcollunty', 111- I-Ti
the county's one-half interest in the Io The hard after full d u- i the i vr
Dade conoiy : lald lor planting n t t ll lll l il.on feels that if the ,ch ol il l,,- i.-l I '
for the pre,'- , -son for 01 .0I. and ,rl grae. th, r m, a areamnli a A I' !
the clerk of the court has Inill in lair'e fIt th lpr nt. Mr. AIrn I strutted to it Mr. Mcla-,o and N. s ,, tl t tov.,labout water i PRHIES ''o NSI T 11:1 li i I
ascertain the best h,.i e h will paI V, \\ Ih 1 1 a i pui negl hct "
for th cu i- l to.-ha: f inter t to :- i I a .f 1 th tlentlisor an-d Ir l '
said lhnd. I "a n 't IV. t L t k I I
J ,.',. illluchd to It" h :u of k ,
chase th.i '" n.. no O w EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
used in lwol"tl h .ut m- t G. P. DURE. Agent,
the roal. mltrtt attralf.

be allowelI to !! ~c t It H i .

bu gilding fi'i 1- 1:.-p.n Id


over the lul rlaW W ,-"
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member, 1to nt' for I ltl -l r
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eollectedi durin,- th. mnth i,,f N .. " ... ,
vember, 19,. f, th ... ... ..... r FIRE- l
amounting to $1.0lt a- Icel l ;- I
to e r t o l- o rin I' l. f l i A N Y
T.o N blrtf n S.anC, ........ insurance .
collected during the mlonth of Stl- \ ...... .. t,,,-- ,:, I I .
vember Ii, 197amounting t $11 i TITUSVILLE. FLORID d
for the state, aid.s.7 1 f,r the ctoun- i T. FL O ID
tywashee rown eein r I riprnt ome of the lad~1Il
The tax collector presented his lit i t omani m f the world andi an\ . Ao h.
'n vittisot the h1--- i conito .f the stt d a a-,,t
of erroreand insolvencies' for tax a- to meet again o' ',th onl busieors entruted to me %ill resesment of 1906 and the same wa in January at 2 p. Ini. ce .t prompt aidcareful attnti n.
esnined and found correct and the :;, ,- ,' .. ; '.-'.i. -'t.- =ln '
t collector is allowed credit for the uhIn:.. .inhbt t LpI . N t-. .,ot .I

Ctad i1i3oo6I 18W go WlIOi nt ;o",tr ee -t'- -4Is 110V. W. ELDRED
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6- THE FLORIDA STAR FBIIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907

A Trapel Ia Marie County. New Crporations.
Te allowing is from the Ocala Star BEST FOR THE Among the new corporations that of Tuesday: "One of these unfortu have filed incorporation papers at Ta smate ocnrrences which are much re lahassee are: eptted by the friends all concerned The Escambia Veneer Company Baa take, plane. Yesterday W. H l -,~ 0 n/ lyUff Springs P C kr Piru Kiespo4 Clik Ed Tucker, and others. fro m p U aona da. S C Turner. secretar and treausurer r Onu went to Orange Lake and spen t15t etna
the frenoon duck hooting. The pa CAom very Ounce
ty w-e at the depot to bn "I Cln Paroing f; .. .. si' and the ducks were pilet on the plat- iil, Perry Colon p n 8 form, when a man cam up and lmade R C(,i,. c:r L;r come insulting remarks to Mr. Clark When thr mercur$1''t o Nal n when asked what he meant repe t l. t. W hen lire mercury j srt ps out o0 i lht. alid ed the expressions. uddisa to then it to you just can' k-11 t, hu ar,'ll epithets, addressed to Mr. Clark.. On TInd it lrilly C nTu u'l Mer. Clark replying tte m' n tolt hilh EA LIKE CANDY -I ITtin ii sOity 1.111lt ID oSat ; ,, Da IT~.-,,h .F (' Ithought to pick up one of the gi lt, I :,th. ada T when Mr. Clark strucK him with bi llis m edyCap nilrC JhaT gun barrel and nockel llli T KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLE H ea er
:iousnes, and Iied te proullsi rg t I O il H eater

thile mouth. The party workel itt k-.r..0' ( Eqnipped with Smokele I Ds rec him uutil he rater to his sen.es iand MISCELLANEOUS J .. O 11, tplhi t I l h then removed him to his hoardine Oak. . t h h house i a wagon, having learned iI Carnegie AbolioNel Age Limit." o i the meantime who the man was ani l I o serving his svutielh ib rth- $1 l on Iore a n hme r where he stayed. The train arrive,[ i a l ilr a ltl idr acozye om a ,nW, ta: ,, at that tine ant the hunting port t 1 In.i fl Ol th .i.C il l citta 1 5, 1 C turned to Ovala, atlr Iralt ci W1 Itll It ttl,. lltIs Tti it fa n that they would remr an financial plih sll u a al t si nly) ;Is t illol.t aid necessary, it was learned tfor-I he rllied Mtre. iess ou; ,tre All pi stc Fi b ar sa the party left Orange lahe that th thing Ilai. el... a mnis etiiety. 1: man is an ex-soldier, having served in is illrItrri at sentlly1 lie i pped Tme I n bLamp6I,.,,..:,, the Philippines, where he contrarctd ,iuh 0 a ter expe r'tt" n Th. ripe t! Gl inning Clml pi:i I 1 I h l consumption. and the United Slat li t for h la tpinlss Iat T t. en rdr wk -o s
government had pensioned hint an I :lp. e within and it ake otll'r t. r.... .CI ttk $1o d t r d t n1l M- h
sent him to Florida for his health. The ndustra Tranng Experment. I Ht r nr or d ..pti .. :r In sal Training Experimen. C ittnlaiti I i 11 I KII W.'-' 55 man Is a physical and mental wreck I. er the guidhns of P'riial Gib l rTANDARD OIL COMPANY
and with him mother was stopping at ot of thie A '--i school. Iltoll. t A O(ILorIrateLC)
Orane Lake. Mr. Cl ,,k kn li t 1
Ing of the man, his mental or physical E'. hIIur ai ,l Iek to pr ii l inldus Capital Se', $ :, a
condition, and supposed be was a trial w, t elsrt lt uing enugagidl I, 21. 1
tramp or some dangerous character ::: 'i" -I .l: l tl ld lt's. 1111 ill er to Knight TIT-II"- i::i :i;;i (i I
No one regrets the occauren ae more :t I I l I' l1l1 ,rk Tile Rbmu J. K,-!,' I T I_ v
than he. The man's physical condi 1 i thr-e I, pra tid i a to r l i -t trer
tion was such that the least strain: wr tin r tr.s hle-l ital t(t k I ,iI i eis i om ile
would result seriously, and he die I 1 1t .m in f teo r r 19117.
Tuesday morning. the blow mert ; l i r ord of f. r o 'ison ..p.n. N r"Iii ha tentng the end, which was inevita t! i p bef e t.I N il I. Wt h,. t es E A Is tile and could not at most have bee nA, P-cr I For P:y. Itt,. si reta andi tI;es Irr. ( pi al long delayed. Sir. Clark has surret l t lT; r,- the Fir- stort, Sil.. f il d NZ .Nll: 2 1o7
dered himself to the authorities, await 'I: r in 1:r'ak- Pi ikbabl ae lJ l
ing the action of the coroner's inquest : is st i-i, ltt Fret] H. Putkhia.l prtb ut i I which will most likely exonerate hi : r t e help Mi Done IsecrT:N r iT:ltl rIt,. ;
from all intent to kill the unfortunate. in ' T : f'' ld onv r 1t *2The
The Tampa Tribune of yesterday says tit, II Iib : I ,<.1 uIn,:d I lii charge.
,Mr. Clark was released frem custaodi un:d li ie1ha1 a tomfrtarl' riale In- Remarkable ertaeue
on giving bond for $5,000 for his aip- tle. Ila r y ll I te added to the Thalt Itlmit is serangr tn l. ht it pearance at the Marion circuit court. .new churhUuII tiwll more been d elonstriawd in tlh litl ,In o Fedtotra. Teti.nt, tthe reaile-r
Ban on Cigarette Smoking. if C. 'cp ti.r. ie w t I wa- i JACKSON CHARLIE DECENTLY The it tal ,p i etitire dis.ald with hIeorrha e letilng all the street car lines In that ,1 tile llla i l throat. Icetr failed BURIED. rIta. 111has serel ullre on It itieplyee.o hy eli' nii, ant all Ipe Ihad II.I wllen I that it will igidly enforce tIe rnle binga takillg Dr. Kig'- N-w Dioi,- Unfatunate Seminole Was Killed in a gulnt the iuso (f cigarette or Illu e Them intt rrlir- l-.,e. rhe i, tgiWi
Miami Yards. while tile men are either ff or ou dl. ant -~ thre lue-i waisbi a], idly. andin titter aerkt I oa. able to ,t
The Miami Metropolis of Saturday dio ltar re*.- \V n a reePl ent i llve of edtl t t lo al it i i t llatlrer rl t
sayst the men protested urllnt such a ,nti ,re an Tituvilte Ianla, Tria"
The remains of Jackson Charlie. th on tile grillnd thal the comlnuy l had no bittlt free.
Seminole Indian who was run over right 1, dilrtte ti Its pll yees when
and killed Thursday night by an F. E they were off ditl President Callert All blsillr s .t ,I i -u i nc* C. Railway klcomotive at the "Y' in declared that he ould stand by his agents ut thae snllelru ll1. nd the the northern part of the city, were bur order There Is talk ofa strike. reckel. who a.. ,tng.-.d. u i llin led here this afternoon by Undertaker Receivers For Big Silk Company. the ship anld .:1, \:i i:- eKilg. This is probably the only Seml The American Silk company. with within a fw Us
Dole Indian ever buried by white men headquarter at New York city and hae ati o I In the state of Florida where member sell or hoay itee In seera o i t il k, It,
of the tribe knew of the death and had been placed in the handa of a reeiver ,, Thial -For sale by the
the opportunity of burying their dead. through the action of some of its cred- so-k tin' Iy t: I .. ccp
The ews of the death of Jack n Itors. The assertion is made that on . an.o th n ; A
(harlie was conveyed yesterday to hir a'-eount of the finaunial strlngen'y the rl I 1 l, 1,- INDIAN RIVER
father. Charlie Charlie. living in the company y has been unable to obtal; arii-el it. Th i : ,, : f ; 'glades at Fort Lauderdale anti thi, snltufLnt ready sh to scntinae the weti.. 1.1 -HOUSE ll'
morning he and Robert OsReola. ani lea irt. The aet i .,M USIC HOUSE heed at I. sur it3 end tile ittlit I ." i
other Indian, came to the city. They l t $S .t.1o le receive ere a N
went at once to the unD!rtaking ,:i. ize. to .....i t.he bK .itw ACo TITUSVILLE. FLA
of M. King. where the te" Ill . ] it in IAKE THIS AC O RDING
dead man, a stately ludian. fully sx i'htl rontlr;ac
Stall, .anl enty .en rs ,f a'e. w Wst. n w a.. TO THE DIRECTIONS
overcome with grief and sat off to hint \1 1' .1. N -7 Edwilrd : tlys I
cheeks. h ttt i :l Prepare it at Home By Shaking Ilob.irt Oss'la. the eouunger o: r. gredients well in a Bottle
Ito Etli ll] tall 1 t .1 t T E TRADE MARK

out no mnoiy and while n u a i- I, I,,ll
by Jas..kon Charlie. You blir h .... I .A.A W ork of Art
tlnid we pa:y you s on timt.r. He sta I islt Ith a d d
ht tile hi ian Charlie Charlie h I t k I Ac T,.
oilr s.n;ts and that Ja ko i tr tr.i r ,,t. 11".
as twentL-nine years o0l. He i a tIl a 'k t, .r I
t aChief and not married. I a. 4 al ll rc i..l : n a lY c
Undertaker King gave the body a i: hurs i ndi .....r .....a r r
-ent -burial this aft.no in piottr EdTard P. westL miu tes r l l i tlle ii take i,-- a l.-l
tield of the Miami cemetery. beats the rod made by estt ohvr Ins ;flttr each ei a 'tr l a n g ilthe same eoure forty year ago by Iler. s in .. r: Bul1 day. 3 ours and 25 minutes. The kre.lke drlg t- r i .
u ly to Bed hi longest day's walk was inety -ive I d rlltl- I l
tirliea ity t ri nmle itb is 7lep irnd n r ili tll ,er Itl tnl o i l in illge i l l t land to
ieealfiky ais i,1 -a- Ily if tit tale ta bS lest a sreod u tho trip.. ca ..... I a -,a
lier cmepati e tat Awod e tt t ler tarts oes agtis t pedes llynd i m f r 'it ulaI ary Ask t se t he Book of
I areiti IL d- anne D r a el x s ta Theaverage dit rube e ud e t, a-d Alin
rpeand~ Tliallre 'l lmai Ta l tlked p r day wee tort-tbree and 1to). He fu thel ,ie Il st c It. FI or i i b eanme' s a e;d eaI,
ca-,nI.n ttre t. noti tttilt oya n eaa 'a S 1.llBi. n S OU
arits; "I *alila, kl spplof tur Waiting, ", i e e I aboutIin lha intIrlhmloreeat' Irr ellp'e" siren n rPk hOfSlIIne-tenthinre. W taato no slat- n itdit intitti tI to t il t uri toer t C C aisn a Herbinean hand \ins pIreneels a l sue years Of age. His weight o start- raitievitti,; iit. tl1itill Inillli. ie hn. nd ha.th.Aiaanu.ttni m t eintdahiU
tile relieit iE in Iulllolipelti lld a Ing out was 14? p onds finishing. ,ald no reIan sil it 11.-I i e. - act.iarond o ).
Ierr gwplate, es wordlecn'L elrie lil pouInada It s said that the paes- I, plllid Akril lliiirit i to nee the Book o my appecition. Slid ho Banner Iraw to enpect to start on a lecturnlg Iaohubkend hakl it I I-' I- Alinsi. Pfoea Dsae
oe and Titlasvile Plamacr. tour shortly, r stion upon the ktidnre etrctlir. For Sale b


iip Belnk ixH a "Dhei Th.u'a Elctrici Oil is thi itl rme te blod the It a idf and a-lett eeire Adyfor that -ftn fatal diease-croup. Has tl hclueeicklleseandeutffering Thoeu again-r ihon aed with s nJul ine or family fus iht four resde o r tao uakhe no 9 ACKAE
'-.Mt,,-- 9r Whilecare. Buffal,. N, Y oislake in givin, i tt Te PAAl.



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FIDT, DECEBER 1 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 7







PAYT CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.

. The Kind You Have


AAlways Bought
frrt aeuefi clad l 4 silaatilvllrotlatejegulh EXECUTIVE cnvy. hat.eun~rd-A nn SCIENTIFIC t a ad Bears the .... nt the Nnnrf In inrird. tI
Must Buy .Su lies A.broad. s I tn hiel ine eon BlTell Arh p Launched Reanr Adnjiral IM. E., M an. thief of YMC Li e r w'hi in. n d ihed l a k he i p te T the bureu of o nia_ or II, h~rtibut lid elud*.r ; ': t:v1l' rentI1 -alnph-, Proft l s p 1LioChrel Sigature dep rment in si ani l r an the nn.nti. I. strongly rges lecgitmen at win i aedwill a c L_ GIOwr_ the abo i ar a forN h itt 1erndt rp s dtem "Of thori tie eenrt I tth do in. Miaorp e nort f OT4A COTIC al. odnsantee. rojt-lw-il lao der alld t or Y. M. C.A. Liberaism W ns. b i i et r i pedu .s in l aniied qlinti ide orod ie th nttr ata. tnn. n il.e t ertt
drmnt hi ls tiwe abod i n er istn I en atc ine s hi i i ot covr n* Y.tw
ilne Inalrll It, t, llllislt. l fha ,,d of d .OI\IO :I \a1oh Ix., thet" llr ll 4".iah In...lll p R lR
on thae till t tit thn e dlnit oen t fom Th the l onre t i ot tf the i i A t eit d o
fnuten rn e l n naur Ie rilnght of re -lieal l ll e 1 .i-nnni i ruoii l a Ii lk Tn ri o u t m D a o
..t.r. h ...In.. .. frto t th e pLre em t f le... r au. W a o me a l h
these tInns Aithil a rel asmIilne time tin rnap itrin the il toIw l i b-ut T de f eetTh iT Fac il I
U.S. By. A l ? e lin'. t .uta; cn ed. iso e Despite knilr k .in thr ., I fr c i t hl, a t i. Ciinr. is e- I iU. l erent o ttini thre i a p t hten t t h eicnt :ts-talini rthi, f tt ii 1*Tnenni iu lu tipirr that tl i Si au fin en u tIe Ikie I of aIbsatt i th haen. re~aR al rrcop U se toeti hna tn arfn go r e rn J a r il re mei ue fi i W r nin i lh tig ea t u.n aC7 7FWRnAiE. brothersth l tei r tnil i i e n rae Yonas Coulsios.everish-ver trol o their i.tan g l hal er l-ltn ad "iciai r i a. i th ;t nSslBglLosso l L For Over tr than alr" ti l Jl in llgl l iras a ll hi ha lIIIih h ite se g ift, of tIg nnth i -tt tie in rllolllletil to the uni to\ald lier- feet -F-n n1. ll i s ins t ue ol a Wright fr t e rri s l dnt INDU T L. il t r n in ttpe it Bible Posma Borrowed ong. 11, At ....r G [11 e t u icYK.T y
i I n time, sd i S... R r th r a n I u

nwas tierally bsu elrlin. blo, t.lolk e t IMr IAriglelntoh C l b a posen rt t ih t t r s'e a. i[en t p rov diins condi n i n n lat ln e i- t in .

Ueir Slliatieo n nna eh teing FA S CASTORI
fore th s lu in a n o ie in we d te f l R r i tait i ollr 1 Ai11ai illl St t:in ... af- t.- a t Th i

ter mea tnrps toa r inid.r Rivrr oklyi n cin ~ii n-i,1nl a. to n it it their a I rlliu ill ar it e a n-. t in k i i ai i, l ni ,0- n w s fIntlIn. inth ne te it tme ignit n l l d ininI nile n 0, n i ii- _1 0 A S
eeey ais thron ion ninithr niy s ngat dm t itN anide Inrt of -h i Ten tan, aboutin sti ret fi i r Wrih. tae o i e re n trl iu n n nher m but it ias al.ainn t hat the Conern Elyptian ad Bashy nlu ta origiu itO0n to A nd S tiene. ment is l interelinot itseI deeply il a eig une.t 4 ll 1 in nr 4'i o. t
InllaiUws ItIe er i t he Wrinit l sill dr ans INDUSTRIAL lre nr i-t.r h' h It tne irine a n air ligation. Tine u tha all igh e hrtin inn ti r. i nt that thr had scld to ay goverunmeut [ _,_ _l _f _ _ i ;,IttI It' Cu in i i, 1A iniaret the 4-p a n .-rq l e it" ui Army Hoan to Raa. Bilg Iron Wol& Re.ume. ;equlpn ieaI I, ll iinll.tli I'he The Inllt ry therl tiles o the de- Ou the day before Thinaragii y ing tire se walol nt \I I lle a earI partmet of te east have aeited the Repulic Iron d Srt l r'*u tnr li nme of t t- l a uninc it. r ill itnlations o the tah eon I key l'ltt burg res e .ralto ugi tin ii in the h i i ; i ni bl club to hltd a speed a lowest of ary thus putting tho a an uteof idi n t i r e oin t e lirn l I. guil he aat tihe tlags trckh Washting- wa a Other r "intara Z .a..i ai it. Agents for the Celebrated ton. on Tauklgir ig diay. lor reln peted to follow suit o ing t the wl h the fnat ill e il wnan ll iu renenting eight trooln of different a- p. red boasln.sa c rnditioas. n, t eIle in ,Iou, ik e tht nnnx airy au artillery orantmsiaatiuns of the
United a niate als a w rtllip Burlit Leng Output nn ientir i Tp rt Rear FA Y SHalE S
Aetl for the wauer of the ra: ao d A reLdueton iu force extending lll Ill l lit I, Tlr, Ipnuese of 80. to he divided amoag through all department of the Buar- Ih e ar l, -, FA Y -SLE othoe siho nrure Inferior pla o have ligStau ranileasd has n been" h o i Igl nclr a e ll n i1 e d R een pIrovded by the n th. whiu'h wll amount to 10aua bhefaora th N. T W.e ot Parnnrg.
end of 1ermne. At the ne Ba-it i ni-n, in Pr el Act Illegal. working bou have been cut from in ] I"- '1 b n t i" The = of President Rooasevet in or ete itgh t- Typew riter
derlg me t roenl troops t asalst the erou in-w D rb dcb .or tL Luisa at Its reeet nter Uede Risir t o aL tpeHE L T l nalRonal llto nsr. nas. inthe tina The first pa l.eager train u rh. In- Id c o u e n F or- d a Iou of General Georg a B. tas judge del the East rer through tihe u- i T ie in llsi s N s ;i .i r' u sedor Advotee sgesel i lnte army. uaoa ll tt uuuI btreen .oinfhilattan nd Brook o inw itnin0llli- 01 li 1,000 now used in Florida ttoun- Tbh, s s, nn i a t started flu the N rt York bide ari i i*e I lll: lll: by Acting t ere tary of War tinker at the B onwlg iu Grn station. at thel m.rO Ctir otn r tpie ipe itll t e1t0 elementt pois out thas t o te ti n to B t rob t shortly atn e i ;n inl' a" ri t eii.t 'rd
gee u lre tasr i ed i at 1. of tie a n e rort e a tol. Rapid Ta i nin i tn i it g-i u a irih forbids the up of Unitld ntartenr Irni n company. u fludiu'g hngulst ru t i Al th t le l rit a, i i u a l ne n itantut it exeu'lte nn- Th lend ShhtuL anud other u nlnelals in ti- nrinllli,,- IiII almilte ti ;,tawn except under such irtu- au~r rn and stokholders i various lo a aw hct Ic a lyr qe U o i ch U:ll ainly i ar as may the he the railways The Io as made mloly. t t 'he ie J i congress aud the musti l I ne t that nt igh th e tantsi. These th L I ii 'Ihvannnnnn inith U ni ted State T he n, ur n-I. i a u ls t u r itlln t ill the l i i i .D -A &rCh say General in 'telnds tn dlr t o the ig tute exempt on the sides t lin al tli rn er d_ thir-o." troops trom their legitimate dutD. iar due to oadc-looattnhe orlllearr iFlna.l l t;tt Thns-nnteta te ii,. he aegen thaL th lie i and he nr ... noloui l linhe Broo-ni cit ut ll i an I ttn a ni the Ipri, ine oF re g la tlo s r i n g u I th e +: u ill I o u r u i ll tli a lth o u g h th i, 'h e p hy ici: uls I ,. brought to the atestii If all ,ni'r tral I t orip ifieu minutes. Tile; _ _ I
important military tl llulads f nn tenUt e r It Is loinlleded to runi From thn l dltiil Id :r Against Contt anal. eight is tems .. to nnnate head t hetrn Second-Hand Typewrt ilnne ih The annual report t Ie inlllni:l na. gii ig a cther? ili Cl.nait it -n .a t nnt.latiion q- iint:e. ti When ,i e....i ..m..a ,ina....iiec. 'laoknerai i-nu t. o I.. '. .. ............ A LL M AK ES, A LL PR ICES
yin pgre in the n t a- in n u i rliil E Sli 30 the total far esf aia n.ll" ndn i 11". i. O. n I l lr i I, i i ed i waeen r -).nti an iu lcn n "e ':!" ne tn .l,h.ne .nennn a ll It m iitherce. tWren i--in fn- ni ti Jh iO.D. acer the inetll In fin theu, nnnieeneil ;,kln
deIth rate aIoa g year nr Or Mnufatur Output. "T -ypewriter Repairing a Speci a- It
poeet In hra lth t0liltlnl lli i! n o ltl9s n i t lhi n n, tn- anil i hIM- i "- f,,nn
dueio soithlbl. Ictt'r Ill fa iZ 11' ti ,.l:e ilt thv .llli! i.r,,,] :I I ,a c+, t i ILtk I ,: it," ti and better f1- ['l i of n-i atf- turcs illbthe I n '. h ., port strongly r-nual- l the S'I' is $ _15.t I, I, I i n ibei totai -tt F ,,1' h( I., hr l z "t", tintution of the k he i ll Iinil iU:i h.i nu hi.. ai rpI l hi nd- Tiu:, P i, I W e guarantee our Ribbony to he N tii- lillii i, loreuuea ut dirnet- lnt i-niI ,ietinI I tnliil ut $nisa .- n uItfn,.O n cclh Durable ep e ort t a C trn l l ~lst i ,r fr ..nrnhIf-ate i iiar r InII n a o teo Confapt-o ti n. in ntn fl i IN S U R A N C E 1 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dtz n. I i a It i tid, part of elernal i C i llSto th. ad l bl ,.f the stliire CuItprt irla t ie wTe s h ae be i ine. Any color. JUtut guelIn of the Unitel ates wyear m~il.0"bn _lly.t__yd army. which ians caule forth uo little Pietr. o Freh Meats Down. IS a r heaitant teserog cat luntry it.er li nn ine eienato i i i n e lh The muwho ln ese his health statement that If Ip'int VondLtonnn stri-n'hina the big 'lnl- e. i n s l mine hb th f b in fmily ad CAR BO N PAPE R cotinu three i ist nothing ftr the made a cost nno mt Ii ir i .i hlln y. go.nt su t o i nr wen for t aier it tie trie i l Lh t, You my. a,..h..hh y g Iad Our Carbon Paper is tile HBest. $1b. tl $4.00,, c
the ittry -"I- t is oerileod nn mn-a 0 t- _n: I n Itis worth guardlng. box, 100 sheets to the box. Inereea the lay a oeo r o inthe price tnt mr F L tti. 1 t the fleet attak o dtease.
iot t r lobhatw tethe author poud ts t nhich generally n nro he Can furnish any size, an colh r l t he _rwy th -rough the LIVER ined .at ---tS u 8. whllu oe In tOher.. t That' It: leallt ItaIt in ilameehl ways0 I as 20.525- Amog the reastIdti Cte l l l *.ni itl a dt i n J-iinE i;,f TAKE tr thin llg of I the sneang ine nafdr wiy i yn dint t- s ,, e ,
eaptia whieh the govenment oen ,,tanll saltt . n tl. I a P l
ra mr parties employ*=. Ib a Ithin n the liets is Da iie cur: S p, and moral attract e fr ognhe, ililsena tsrsnoln nll nI a Tsn_..
Fpumosrvdimama. One hel!,-ill-ne n Tuils
-viln yo-t Bans er r rt ac d Ti- Andsavh Jacksonville, Fla.
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8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, DECEMiBER 13, 190 U ST]ltV Ithe winter at their home here. eD. Dr. W. P. Glover, of Glovers, Ga.. JAMEOPRITCHARD. Ptidet. WINSTON 0. BRANNIG ice- .Pres.ih ,in tOhir
LaU Rambo will follow later, and his friend, Mr. L. R. Jaques, of
gg g ~Mrs. E. P. Porcher has been spend- Macon, were in town Sunday. The
week with her sister Gra d Indian River State Bank
M[ u0 MUIDO ing several daysin Daytona this doetorisdowm spending awhile on
il f t lp t $$14lp t10 lit Blodgett, who has just arrived at her enjoying hunting and cruising. His
lu thWly ItW tF winter home there from Grand Rap- party has already brought in a fine CO O Y DE-O TC~Y ids, Mich. deer. Athorid Capital, l i : Whi n p Capital. iF i \ COCOA Mr. R. B. Holmes has been at his Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Snyder of TRN.\T A rs. Volmer, of New York has i grove about three miles west of town. North Germantown N.Y. arrived G E L B IN B I E ed at her winter home on the superintending the shipping of his at their winter home GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Heights. ffine crop of oranges. Mr. Maurice avnuaMndy Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddisn, of Weinberg has been in charge of the ter. Mi Ruth Barringer. accom- GET AND I E.I '. N BANK 'I' tI E II Eau Gallie were in town last Frida bank during his absence. panied them an will, no ult. eEau Gallie, were in town last Fri, ,' aer..,i t .,i-,,:, e' ,nafternoon. Miss Capehart and pretty little Joy ths, her first visit to the snee
.. . li d k niece. Miss Mary Simpson of Point south .
Mr. R. LaRohe ishavingadock Josph Smith received th, built to accommodate his fine aunch Pleasant. W. Va., are at their winter r.o r that will soon he completed. home again. Miss Capehart has \i-. ad ne s of the death of her sister "
that wll soon be comped. ited in New England this fall. andMrs. Alfred Peets. mthr f th Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Robertson, of camediret from there large wall talor manufacturtor. TIT VI L D A
Atlanta. regular winter visitors here. which occurred in White Plan. .Y. ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
One of our winter iiitrs. Mrs. whic
arrived at their home Wednesday. St uli a, or e ersei. Mt last w-ek. The telegram as dclae, Straulina. hof rew terdMs mmet wist
Mr. Williams, the jeweler at Dr. an oldacquaintanceof her hubands which prevent irs. mith aching E L BRADY & BRO., Coopers, has rented a cottageon Wil- in Mr 'there in time for the funeral, which in our g, nlal shoemaker. Mr. Frank' h. mcl
lardstreet and will occupy it shortly. Lip. he havingk sn IIr. Stroulina h r much rgrt. n
Aoeemmodiousshedhasbeen erect- in Bavaria Germany. thirt ears We are pleased to see the familiar urocres, lay, Grain and all Food PdutS.
ed on the school grounds to protect ago. face of M. L de Give. of Atlanta,n h / ,;the school wagons from the weather. Capt. and Mrs. .. J. (.ggin Ire ur streets again. He has been cm i. l : i, i
Mr. I. M. Cox, of the Southern spending a few days this week at in hre for many wintersand though
Express Co.. who owns a fine orange Mims, where they are having another he is nearing his eightieth milestone ---. -.--
groveat Bonaventure, was in town five acres added t their alrad e h takes active interest in all tha TITUSVILLE BOAT CO. Friday. tensive grove. They go up in th ir going on ant finds. muchILL I /1 (DeO.
Mrs. Rambo, with her two daugh- automobile, which they find most working among his orange trees that
ters and son, arrived Sunday to spend convenient for these trips. M'ti,, ". iMotors installed and repaired by expert engineers
M marine RLailway Launches carefully stored for the summer month,


A err Christma! VICTOR
A M erry C hristm a !! Talking Machines, Supples and L .Records sold by the
INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
( TITUSVILLE, FLOIDA

Jas. Pritchard & Son
1 Titusville. Fla.

Original T' & M Revesible
MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
IS A N T A CL AU S I The Engine that Runs Wlthout Rsirn
Has come to town and made T'hee luotor are ,ae ad r liA t ......
ran he operated iI alohlol or kIl l
& BANNER DRUG STOE o rl... ....
His Headquarters. ,TI ~gyVI--E .IV3tg y SeTBA i..
When we tell you that we have the finest and best selected assortment of elegant Christmas presents ever brought Feed and Sale Stables
to town we state facts which you can prove for yourself by
calling in person and seeing our goods. SADDLE HORSES
We mention only a few of our many lines: BUGGIES
SOUVENIRS S TURREYS A full line of beautiful wood and burnt leather goods in
boxes, trays, steins, loving cups, calendars, match scratches, H ulillg. Etc.
purses, cigar cases, tobacco pouches, etc., all marked
TITUSVILLE. J M 0SBW I; ,, i-, ,: STATIONERY
Fancy Christmas boxes designed for gifts, 25c 35c 40c 50c n
75c $1.00 and $1.25 also fancy baskets at $3.50 and $4.00. also a
full line of tablets, pens, pencils, ink, etc., as usual.
CANDIES
The largest line of fine candies in town. We have both Titusville, Florida
Headley's and Sparrow's complete lines. Half-pounds 30c 35c FANCY and TOILET ARTICI.EES
40c. Pounds, 60c 70c 75c 80c $1.00 $150. Two-pounds, $2.00 PERFUMERY. STATION EH E
$2.50, $6.00. S o d a W at e a I O hR E
Russian Imperial Chocolates.imported, $1.50. Soda Water and Ice Cretju
Gibson's imported fruit tablets, all flavors. Fresh Pure Drugs and Che at.-:
5c 10c 15c and 25c boxes for the children. Mail order solicited d promptly filled. i ,, PERFUMERIES (~. SOAPS hae. ', io ,tk Colgate's full line also Wm.H. Brown and Sons' line of
perfumes in bulk and in 25c 50c 1.00 and 1.50 fancy boxes.
POST CARDS (D. ALBUMS
Comic cards to make you laugh. Christmas. New Year The eo. H. Ferla
and birthday cards, burnt leather cards, pillows and dolls.
albums. 25c0c 75c 1.00. MACHINE SHOPS TOILET GOODS
Combs and brushes of all kinds, toilet water, face pow- Plumbing and Metal W ork
ders, powder puffs, sachet powder, etc. a"
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dH sell lid Dr Spelt BUILDERS' HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS,
and select our giftn. BANNER DRUG ST ORE
D. H. Spell Titusville, Florida Dr J.C. Spell Agricultral Iplellents

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