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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 20, 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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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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HE FLORIDA STAR



L. XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1907 NO. 35

qot for Oqrsel'es Aloqe, Bqf for tlhe 1ood of Ofters also.


SJM GS OF THE CHRISTIAS GOODS LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

SPRESENT WEEK Whn hm AND INCIDENTS! AaD PERSONALS
Gful' (et his size and surprise him
mith~a oNenr oa t f ncwa a new overcat. r a suit if' Ladis' black hose sworth iAi, crts a
agit stes PtrUi g to Evets clth. See that itn c ntains the PeSonal Paragrap Albot People that pair, specaly t i t Something Ahbot the People of Titus-
l"pimalil Abt Tow Schlo Bros label th ,e guaTrantR l t hristmas presents. : pair in a Io,,x Ill| as They Come nd Go
clothing we sell, then he'll surely be Tkral len aM The tr i..
Mr. Bert Johnson, who has been at satisfied. We have many handsome Pearl handle pens. eve glas holders. Drtss goxis. in doulit we have the .lmen' ciothin. latest -ll," .
Oviedo for a few weeks, is expected styles to show you. Suits and over- Biiles. Christmas postcards. Gardner's. largest assortment ever frnSi 510.00 to S20.CO at Kfilsn.
home tomorrow. coats from $10.1)0 to s. 00. Mre's overcoats we have endless va- 42-inch voile. in navy blue lani Mr. .1 i' al, iis I.,ii. his..
Mrs. M. E. Webber has been having We also have a must beautiful line ity, prices from $10s) to $20 ,: at black, worth $1.5, slecial SI.9. h l n with a > its
nome repairing done on her rottages on of neckwear and suspenders, put up Kline's. Black and white shepherd plaid. 'ismi
Main street this week. for the Christmas trade, one to theall wool worth 75 cents in T
Miss Lollie Penney, of Fort Pierce, is box, a very pretty present, prices IWeln-lay aftirnoIn from a severarl Monday nly. 49 cents per yard Yiv-kl. r W
expected to spend Christmas week with i i cesnts to $3.I). weeks' business trip up in Georgia. Broad cloth in all the leadin
relatives in Tituville. i Handkrrchiefs, put up six to the . shaedes,. including navy Illue. Iblask s r1, sIt," ;-
Yao will hase to harry or our Christ- i box. l.-l per Iiox. I r. K. BI. aalerursn. of Fort Pinrie am I no s ihri-
aYo k will hae eto hu or our Christ., box $1.0 .s is town Monday on his way to in- ai gray, 5 inches wvide. stsal a. k t h
once to Banner Dug Stoe. t WINSTON S. BRANNING sp range grcnves in the interior. I1 pear. 22 inches i ilnt f
Pins atir-. c fane t.aie,,,. fn- i sutiful evening shale Inil , ii m i ir ,' nv .,o llof Ii.f
Mrs. G.W.Srobieand daughter Merle Titusville. Florida. ,un ;_s _'_ |a e _. n tiful -vnng shes_. s|.e.ial |_ n_, _*r S t r
expect tospend Chritmas at Sharpes i t a i llet r s arntile at the anner I)ru iStri.- 'l I ".c .v ..1 Mr. F. A Mi.rean i ni no E l' i
with Dr. and Mr. G. W. Holmes. Lmn Announces for iS. Senate s e a. a n l .ni ierIa minainr, -4 inChes w ll.. a sr, the .kl 1 ih* Ilh s rr Al,
serly ing opet r i Lamar Announcesdrid dt .... ater. thei tsaol hnih arhritmaslres if the iest grades on the markelt. rt- G-af Titl, mt,
anins t. brtf ".ts niin CnnenrrsmanW. W B.L amar. frmt, the '-n than a 'storTiae.linr Mahne. Ind ,rthlt Mi oni, moaly 1tsi tr -s l i. ,
instoKlgseti. w oets ounranensh ii t as decided ti enter the ian Riverr Music House has them from .1fa oMon.a gn. in lt i t
milithar-b.rmhl e. toilet -ts. Gardner's di "-St ...c. i fm ,p St so'S ''."K"' '\"" !,.l "
S Mrs. W tmlore isexpetinhfn ei aune ll ih, rile f th si n,ii .li h fr. \V. A. dSn h. wa-so n THF 'hit tlisomo 1 I inl li TI -i -..u ,
Lenon Cotnts. ,io to ap the -ttra ivw isu- beo l by a i .lc iii i fR C a little i-er f,,hr r at amig ,,ta. 'un rarant. 7thsent M wda es -fio.
holh idaysr W h hissma sssl I throagh here last Fniday on his; g eie all linen. exer llent bill a Irs It phIi tfulls ,nt,- I I- ,
La*don Coor. o spen tI*, holidays Washingua- |,
with her. way- to Cia.o whero he has aeu I ,tesl a wi, orth 615 itr aril. i A. iissl T,-oil, Ift"iu,
Men's Cardigan jackets, made in the Quarantine Off Against Cuba isus ti oin the Newa. lay'slwh. s 1pcialN Mi` .. i ial. I.i .ri,
latest styles, cslors navy blue, white and Indian head -14 chs wile al -i|, ms nit f Ir t- h is h-i
m agnapins u e Cors sin.e a ly mii t si .r Thee eri hi s f i ,o na nd hred, on k slea s i v d. rfal-I-r mIark It from N1s f al
gay, prices m$4 to SW at Tht' m. 'lice mainrminrd IDr- H. G, U~v fell Murnho nl d shrunk. siIiallv i fiirfan-' ern k f-in Nath-. ,r,
gainst (uban irts sincr aril ilh 5tr ankle wra hir h thad frerly bee. i or. 19 enst p er ard riv
MaIter Rufus Robbins came int.. and fnm r on unt-ls r t makn nfu or him i L n no. in es ille, *ll r ,Slai .. r ..lll.ut ll thirl I.
Tiesday night from DeLand, where he mer. travel i.'t ,n Florila Irts and get al-l. and nerg it.tine ain ruth. shirtwaists anil suits. sol eciall f i f Ih.week i l,.r .nilem lui lif (. si. I lM .
is ltt oingStetson siuniversit tospendy Chh aill he p tatitr npt ibate rir sTr hruh iiri 'v nin s' r ant Svri Narl fhrio e fth hic-r i li o sh
the holidays with the homerofls. C a wl be The Viir nior Ttlkn Mamchinr.e io shrunk da .rh Tmi a cents ,r yar. I l .hr as ,h h l
S o in re te i ng llt etine frestrictions not a to. Dupliate parts an be had only. 19 cents. ti nd n.
Delay in ree nvsoffle furniture ac- same asi fr hih oricd ~ machines. Th Ladies' black underskirt., malde of M I. R. I. (Llain. .f ,,rt P l,.
Seonat for Dr. Miller not opening his Christmas Tree Announcements J unor is the chili's ileliht et the th e xlust r ualily heathenrhlm. worth arrived in tmn p einesl .n ; .l ,r
e s ad vertise d. T he o d tMor hToo e i t u hh oiand in 1 1 \ dU d1
to be res advertised. Thex hdtor at theo at Indian River Music House for $0l.lX $2.11. s( ieial 51.29. i sit tI his father anil m,.ihr I. Mr. and
to he rdy for ies next wek. ehurh. Titvill.. Till o. hed t'hrist- All the lat-t reeord. inch. ii renlt. Black ami silk, could hardlly bxe td Mrs. S. N. lailn.
Judge alndd Mrsr hiM. S. Jausoeti ansd their "bt Id oe.u lIsy..
Judge Mte M. S. Joneh and their ma night', Wi. ned iavtt V. of West Palm Beach waa frm fine quality if satin. specially M-. '. urt.snlEhtr
a ter rs. P r H. Wrht. lf t in Titusv lle Satu.rda on his way to Mi- gol for lining coats and lailes' un- Miss liuise, of I'alatka. are ,pIeT i,,l
fternon r St. LReanK- The Sunda shl (hrisas festival ami f his me i nterri. he -- derskirt : inches wide, 25 cents the hlia M
dike grove, epetingto retun thisFri- for the chillren of St. (ialls insh i wite in the T er y mothe Sintluton. at I.mi;IuI c.
day aranb will be held in the hurh on Thura n mprtt itne i the T ir r. l igles. at
day ternoon wi hd i the ihurchnT a w hich isup Ibefore the criminal White nainsook. specially gid for Cut glass, sugar I-,n. but.r k,if,.
We trll ttention to the attractiveein . at lourt this week for trial in that city. underwear, worth 20 cents. Monday's sugar tonb bra-elelo. Ia ,. lal,
double colmn ad. of G. L. Mandaville The Christmas tree at IuaGrange will The Mlethoist conferenee at Tampa slpecial 15 cents per yard. watches soaup I-s. Riper> 1,17"
thin week oH page& Mr. Mandoville he held at the church on Cht e ha i-bf
tweek page ine Mr. Mandavile be hi l at the church on hri stmaeve chahangegd Rev. W. F. Alien from thisl California all wool blankets, silk lImon. dreseret knies. knimvs and f-,rk.-
Mpa eYlt ofalo elrlandChrpt hiit aTuernay f ht.e a ig time. far Irest e t, the Key West church, which Iriund pink. blue and re ltiirde. Caltl of a1 kinds. Inptct hisstock assured ,f having ahi|; time. hr Nncle of n(th ..stim|..rta nt in the state. rth ll ca Mr. P..I. Hall i.-rc-arraw c i,, i
d yo wi b re to buy. Tom never disaplint any ,nde on all hsaio amembershipof :lll. Itmev. S. P. ams pecial nt. n f iterror ,f his h. u i i,, Pa t,, ha.i r..,r..
eoch occasions. hi. ..amem.be.hip if i. 1.ev...... .. . ilren's larn'oti anites it i iri,,r of s hhl,, icy,
M Wattan, who went to herold Miceall has lien appinnton ti. Titusville th hbestuality of serge".. I navy avtalth. sa The e lc a.1 ,
he in The Besrt nin t. "i greatl- t,, the pposira n an-t, ;tnh,
home in Erland last spring, returnel i Ti n. The ir it .srnfennnce meeto in ge cutty i t rI
to her Plora home at Clifton on the Florida Coast Line Canal Miami. blue and red, worth $1.2. special onvenie If hi alredy c-isy hli.
5th. aresomanied by her son. Mr. Ar Mir. GI.. F. Miles, managin director r. S. F. Smith. f Glenvi. Ga We hear thai a rmien i a
thur Jackus who ha spent several of the East Cas canal of St. Augus- a Mr. Barret Oetrst.If Sylaa. ul romltl llled n Eau I;alli ill leal on of temt
eoan at Cifton. tine. has just received a tt from (.-. arrived in town Wr dnesda after- Iof the ahoe goods. Islanl's fair Ilauhters ti the i mrisg ,
The Pickelt Dramatie company can- Commodore Hugh L.. Willoughly. from vs,'n ain are viilting Prof. Iverstret .JIlt's KI.lE. Titusville. altar alu, t the lawning ,f thy N7s
elled their engatements at this place Miami. stating that he has taken his fir a few days. the rentlenlan from Syl- I Year. N.iw. ian v.u .eIu l wh, a thi, irt
the first of the week owing to their in- yacht Sea Otter through the canal and \aia i.int a r nther f -ur riil N tes s lecur. le
ability to h llon the days had n difficulty whatever in makinlg if -hil. while ir. Sith s n f Church Not I
drse M gerBrnnnin nforns trip, his yacht draw-in four feet of intimate friends. There will b.evening sersic and slr Navarre. givn for the Isnt-lit of th
that this ommpany will probab comel uater. The writer eoncratalate Mr. i mi iSt. Gahrils hurh. TituvilleT. 'n'iriceiiu ('ultur, cluh in their roin
Mrat. (o. E. Kninarr aanl n (aa at ":" '-i. 1 l Miindal aftermoin. waao sdof thr ranil
e time in the eilyprt of January. Mile on the ompletion of the reat in TH: STR last wrek with 21 heatr lstnl hi hrer.
n% work in cuttintg the inlani waterway ii.h io w.- He is meeting with read Rev. Win. Stones uwill tpria'hon Su- liho,, h, faihl t,a dmishdi r anrr
Mr. John ye ,of ytos .hasom- alng the last coast of FlrUida. Mr. sale for the same. having old half of day. l)ec. at itus i lie Baptistlhinlh It f"" il "
pleted the work of removing the ma- Willoughbv wasdelightt ith theI- them the hirst part if th i l -r iatla. .. and at ll al.p i
tehereryt heh t r Sfr II I.. rAias1 a m anvauik5a ,.i.
ehiery from the Luffbery extract fac- tiful senery and predicts great success mmons t seral and at th r an oottom i rat th l I.,, .tl ai i. n Tiii .iil
tory. near Port Orange, which is owned to the canal company. She are going M r. in w anilttill s i lthe slr a n ll t.,,ul. ili
by C. A. Spencer & Son. of Bton. and h i th la,,
te most of this plant will be conoli- se them all. i i matp l.( si, .o
dated with the Florida Extract Works Boxing Match Exhibition New Smyrna wants tio be the iounty ichurchi Titusvil. lr li i htiwart anl rl.malin. hiilr
dotdw th F oda st ert.W.r...c.a... T~hristmasdaat Siii'. nr t be tthe ,unotiaiiiluU moT c.i, e
of this place, the Tit ville plant vir- The foltowins g r.igramnue will lie siat if V'lusia coaunt. At a eerre t IStas ,,ii,,ttm sill liti.iileli ilil iilllii III.Si la iti li ili i -ii, I
ttallyabeorbing theoneat Port Orange. renlere l at the Titusville oIera house h mi tina of the lIuoan oi trale of that CiDn ,, ,t Sunda i m ollm iit. i 2wa, i l In riaiurv ian. Dec. 'h: th e m att ir a taki- eapas I n aili e next nd.i oil mi r ih ng. Doi cI. l. :at i ,,ir. l- To I
Commodore J. H. Allen, who is much aenk Kinc. the lc r p I s- K m t lk anI "in hho bl,,ill,,s sriI a.i r ,iilniy
interested in everything pert1ainin t, a, i lrthur l'lkill ." th er a lil l. Ii 1- '
motor boat. left lost Sturdat for Newul r i i th y he te s Iii- ,. 'r l i- I h f .t
York to attend the m otor boat show I'rf.lin FielhlinF Fwill Ithn[si h hi f Ille Oinl siy tn 1.l,,- t ni n, thlu.=- .sInoh Sinli pr.. ,.hi t.i .. .. .. s, ho i 1 .. ,, | l r .
whieh opened in that city Monday. m'trv-eii Inilianeluinoilii cgl. i- hii It,"i. ut L S -i. .l -- Ic ok iih i
Commodore Alien went there large s- i, India n iolu ls-ll i l' t'l. ypries r-i- t "l l ri i . .
for the purpos of nterest motori m 'e. ,r lli a r".i-ThIT 'i;tE. IaY I;Iillt ..w. hI.i)E S itllo..Lrl ,,l ...h _],' iI;. .1... .I t .--
hot owners to tuke part isnh, ro;e r ill hib- lfieh l-
to be held at Palm Beach in March an,1:- l urthrl i l f. r k III! nd an Per )r o,. i ,,., ... .,
sec uring entries tf r the sam i. I(ne of u i' ^rt am ,,, | i. i,,f; ii; l "i'di 1'ar i s. m B h',rse s "1 I A --- 1 Ii.
the prinripal event. if theserac i !a' Y,,re l I.'.hl,. ,,l ..... i..liir.- I wil' .h-rsinvl'. NI,,o YIk ,T ,"
bethat for the uCommiloreAllen trrphy hml i in- hl]'i g Fi th li iin. th i .l'l'her oi.f h l h cO -ir"'.,ii '1i,''I )lu' i -l|-!s ,! .- ii .+"' ,-.ii. M IM S
which magnilicent prizwewe have pre- I Frc..ll und. at Miani. fir thin ha !i.l,,th C.:3l' Fei h..lTn .o-. 4 aidns ]i.,,\i.,.!A-. IlI1 ,'- ,51' I .- 1 ,
viously described. n I,. u MI a i. I Ih,-,h i-I an- II h, till l- ..
Johnson & Paterson .r TiIusil., '.ipsil isout IT Over i' -.... .. '
d e t OAl-s F L O R ID A a ll. \ i 1 ,,,, R el1 c IT,, :% ", I I '
We carr. in ti 'k a fiull ea. l T anil t. ,lc lil vi i i i I. ,
ustock of faSnc and st fllrSgolrcer ic. l .b '. ,l I. :I i'i ,,lh I | .... 1.>...... r.. "1t'" ....
al ScrIet a roin Romi l hI i lln I fl ` I- iii" t
and vegetalies. Heind 's pickls u and ri % l- i Vtlhl.l Relic I:v un: 1:tt.. T ,li t'
an fee l. G, .ii. W .i ,.: .- .... ..
We a so handle the t ast F'li da ull l sil h ,,, u TT- t TI. l f", ,i, ii,
western n meats, beef. t ,m llo l tl lu =*" .l.. .. S i, !]' r T l a "i o ''I '; T 1 "
"'pork. Todell a' ,.; T-,. 'T : ,
A cail dlink at air s ,l p Lce i lt i> o. -i" T'l .tL. . : : I) itin s,
MANDY'S. : IT I -
l iam tr -n ,i llteUi pa in h . l l..'-Il ..I o i l, t ,p s i l- 1 ile:i if
Call at the Nioselt v St oil, amc i .. l I ... ... W Ii
the jewelry suitable fr holid, rcs- m'fi', Lt',:" uI- TI, : . i ui.-c
cots. A souvielvnirc g iith a:ai. l
urc ase 'e ir l i hi x 't ., 'A, (Orange and (rapefruit I re n NI (," N I ()Ri
purchaum. Llls. D stl.i 1 1 -, ls ut" it.- l,- ,u i, .I\i, ,,i
Nursery Stock for Sale ,.-i b l l 5 St_ Atlanta.
Citrus stick grown mn high line Thi artuhl is d iTt t hu is II isi uii, . I ii .
land. Indian River Nursericr tal- ialh!l si I -,mr i '-, Lund to Sale r I 25 t
lished 1104. Sendl for catalmip, thl:,,r. ,, I.r .r
Toletdo and West Palm Beach. la ha. l. arc p.r-fi'! x ,i.'.r -l- a i-t I j.
Holiday Goods IT, Ims-xi.f sh. No ilt i Ii--Th.in II i
The Novelty Store has a full line The Alpine li'isel --
-s r r*iui-i,.P,. Ia l. [,,
ofbooks, pictures, ganes, lls. g.c A -il .Itink utit '- I p-;,., l; si d -i h1, I ,.
earts, toys and candy. (;iveusacall. SI.\NDY'S. til- .- .,,vu-,.,,,,r ll, In lti, u tr A -v' liil -i-i. I '
at tue sia- -is-eu,.id o.f ilhin. t --I r,.,.lu-pll -
SDraying Ne. .- .li-' sl .- i't d Xi. i:csi r;all" I vii tld.
o P foiis lDi n Sole lir'i nim e iinlg.i .il i llsl'plouLit" :;.i. inl 5-a 1. lili t A 'miti. Oilise .:us east. Iu l's in t.a
D seedliig pecan trees, papr shel .l n dp dtiidl 1t. MS t-r.i is t," e r n..l -1 1iuuuL irmvel lu ti r I Wod r Saley
variety For s eot 25centieach. Fi1t tonl t..i r Fiil iu, mai, ue0tI. : m rto"Cl laritslr .11Ie ,P"i ak" ai. ii, I -g-.., A..
come. first served. A.- CAnRT II t II S I i
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S 2 TTE FLORIDA STAR Pr.Ay, UXa e "

a n Imd ael D. that Iesaft e the I
;-t high sht'et l generaly I-
reted as = ient preartion for thbe
saly of medlk-ile woulM ot nable
sta.ents to enter these. 4aundbndteM of frid. Cs t a I
for edmaioin- r-itt hare to he Sl La "ned It
('Orll ]l :. -- -" cher I*s ^ t"nclini tt- ITrlwp*,t't waa ^,,n l ..
seltIru* In g-,.-llr "w I
cr ^lsmr. an oth'ir wbkhrh world Intmi t hesustiltuii A Il tallr nt"IllI riek k 3il,
of fI! rs, yer er bth mnelh-l t mo r eeIt i,. -rinlarr ItllrblO tf -.h
for th s rnior yemr: a!,l, others n4t Pill-- fok Iit*
tm 5, --inoi d. ....... Aft....
passassinq a <-h al may h* Sd i Is t nv .
by toi'-l a Vojt i-laX eop uoiaatlat. It I o r -to. ti t hiTiirI .iT- iV
S a We Den't Emlnaebt 1311 oler 4Pe lm.. l. -
t-,Ieftt W1uilo, 'rr... Prhrelm I n a lnerl ared iai rl mr-t HliiiM an.n tlp
PrtTlent Wilsou of |rim|bor n xI n a -rdm hI katlh akol dis ,toI-r a f the
it me. allt the aM nd tma a el In the 'I.w Y k Tha far l add-o 'eWfor e t1 t nt, of klld.ty. Two rw thn. litn ', ai,' t
tt w eIna n a e a h- baw f h n at SaN I t the ArnrSbatlom of Coiler e and tIn' fr Lnthripm itn any hark I a iiet
tot t it. which n t s bad im lt l farratlry Itt-bars at New York No gnm o wrk fr. ldota. rli-
rI the P atetthe io reekla tspiA mr ar-aia-t afte-r t ug e 'twt itai a- trot t iona of the b i Isierll.w- toile r-I-ltr ld
T b y t t e a the o.t wsh r i a to .dar k I-- ii I- it I dte .t ,,- tmr'.O
vgos as ba" up hae. l y with ltheht p gWtl m wetot irk d p Mdargng h tt 'wllat m r -iem l lbieh ki t'tf rotl, 1h, iih i It
sathlk la ts a, aibtsl parhapa the tmedt anl nd aetralr a l mas bt n his. lartia W. It- thar t ltahe I'ale ptt ms on t l ntlrI bIt tuotli, K.
steahm aptseattd tr the mtet.Mt. and
hi ad a n thl is, t elar Il w hou ld i ean a in Cm at Is witf. Eg ef NShlar Thmaw. wIl in.r nlsratsi l Wt 1ill.0 s n hen.i-.'i 'n,- I ,*.-
munhea and all O e ral. Then a- the te* gat partia. th.u arai M' th oe onely lteIr of hbs fa i to at- bave forli-am t t lI ile .red t. a1 .r .io I .i
a a a ah d i -ll a ths- to ahtin. Mkwst lal mirral, aii Is te nd tile as ni l ttlt wIrll heit I
d of * t -=i I _.1 e--! lan' t ''iel f t
ar I th In t Imlttr..me e. r ar nt to the nat l iy and I Iasm t l I the defense by hi lbl mt l -ll il.. '. ii,. *ther.lr
lad ctd h the tase aof Vie ns l a linty .of H Amrtra meol. M. tntheLA. th r e have foru ltPn to Ir.le F nis fIr tI, r fllilk 'lt 1
PFatdrMt Fnahr-M in harIs thean a nds the fandu meItal amnadnetm |i s a pte. Teu pty oar meth Rettnt-,r N., in, Ott-w I ,
simp mta I Wl illime elh- lN. ,la.tolr lh l til,-. 1 1 wii
atomv e o m ate t o an n d nand iike .r l he ;, It iBley aNot Oilt." fll." NIu.a t m oa or k not otler.
ayftastn u an The r t aC Lntling Hte re- The tral Mt. Annit Bradley at d.lstlngtKih l fritu
i p nt we that e th ely & twrreammof nt wasihi t far tle mnla-er o ex-8n- e ltalit a tainitg A Southt Jackontvill Trace.r.
Sha at f l. atemtaere h a n aa amu I- atwr wa u i l m e '-ftah.l l with whol m he Pnident WMmeot dlm'i 'l Ia lrsed Tihe Tin-l -nlion If F ril : I
ate fr en, thn a h l 'e. -i that the teiea nl entitntio n MA a had ben o lattintime terms for yenar ts- pria-- e itw t 'u -ri tl of a li. .--i
1 (th ks iato i tan sa- amia tamoibtm far t.n-h is-n- e t Id wtt a enfo rgnhte tr eat wilty ttlo antd dium-tllilae, If Inilrrtti' tiawe th.- t ie -, i t t,
and (i< t a Ote ad trmt.t anm td i.t thin atlll -'a he a l lak af- Ithe Jr tt' Ib. 't hte fnt tme l mlwr i WlWanilt sto.' t-
nale ratitaqllast wiI an tie a-re~titet nmtriit a feerti rLorPr for blat m r nearly all nir.itl o uly --e into. ibd kh wlmtgrm and ore thi-:lb- i ill IP-r.
Want att thei fral k tIaon by tirhe tM o Satiims di ta tat oto l a.e. A hl at anat t r in ae- -lire. What itnthr age tse* I woI1 'ntc' Ir-r i " hio -i
Sew kint&a in~ts ee l i5 trk n t the -rt lst to Pro l h 1e w fiin 1mtaa- l ghrtM ter T h. The the ll slr rllnd treltr mere llrtl. f ait Il rinoS. I ,f '
hr heanti tr khedt W .ir b ti & ride r r*r e ll odl nly Ih t 1he r In rtowd i4a the eiltro a atilaumle the laf lifn m lita m t rll e. 'al t w.. '- a,.d' moiint fr i .. A
Jhmas oC Alan t- a lSdIt be nroe hf t t m r ti ni antalag ned la s l ret, t lhe lerhbidr elNrml httr wLhkh miigt I tea nl i Th-e miiml.i *a u
a il the r eth lar theh lmr t nd rr a iair rn~o l ml e. ie sW i n wan Isa nlty lnl y ted IIIo th III trea-d to i ta li n
ga anmdlrs had loa annmss- aitmedatalins for t ther iaailba atf art sent of the dretel aat I, Itrw.a n -
ad aL the amate ajonra l tL ho n l of d irtone a larr i in i.an I.l. lM.fstr( la P tSl T leat i FOREIGN NnoM '.innt h0y i* f> l Nl i Ir *
am.&~h~l -raw maer I -. r. plan fan t I- swam.p in -,-11 heb of tullrk.-s Irh,,
toe ad the al *rrsO t nead o a to be Tkity-lt-1 fort Ir-lbr I li
eI thme da rthe mmt a tn- at ms w t s fartan tnIA M ant tm I- t at l ea t I, Taft Vimim With the Czar, imceeit in, i. lilli one il I Tl ul*
e ale s I f ca au ta It the t oh p pand vl d. e ab rgfe n I nd ray am tvrade srr1 i ory at War Toti. afte ar a tlrtllh bn unt. E iirar iln aI Jb. ..I- iln on.
parit uesde by matter at H ean rasyatem at loerilo tarlT. he ttraIt he rt of the powder 't at t w. ttloia. tamo'e ts- diroctior s hio hn Jb n-or in anrih r
IlK k^ r ll U'lr ll 1 Cl pll r _Ii ni.l.it. t i bf t nl a I -I I 1 irr Srlir df. r Tilfl af llr' <> h"n"I,'.rlgar .ll. ..r ill .

a. the ea the a ntants thInk.. .* e Itm e rnl. n t t t.1 r nt hae t i l a o. er. i the f b i lly nlm Irla-trly t irtain The yelpi: o Is lb hin,-r i. lh'
hfl oe n erk td that reri. r or c the arla at tIl al l rr eti the t stalt r Ioltlt l l t t. tr shm to.Li, t ",h itti. lth IittS
I ara fGe with the ~n say be derahI l i IIe tnlley nar ins ta~- Th m chi intil. i tLt rie l att t. l teroh l lte 4anll a within gun,,-hl Eil-ar a,: ifi,-dn

pe Sratlno lear d h Wtee lrt r r the l. wt I best r ya d a tImar -ixs w the mtl. a ad t.tat g m i. nr llr a ran Imr re it o' ra ll to i,:i 1;I
thk. #W l "n l le l If l-l M o b lam e laliW. Xmml e bohIll r-alb I lesar u- III K lnaf l tle ranI mlihanay flat r- at lh i- .t re. that illal l ii- ,,1 c :. 1la
srd IIsGe n in I k a t ate r Ge amtight Mlb"i I nr ,ide riat nltar M' d i n I airt. a alt it l .li I W.-i iie t la'i
uEteste at ta e mba ge e a ana ler a taty h e an air titn tehut t enttnttkith pat ftint- .6mis- ft hane tame: tea l h ht reArie ri et binguish olltro Iit twin to I. th =
p it h ~ peealut m IWirs th p ie t M an I. P- iI Iru a tr or ltghe 'oll.. I .e.I : It M o v den it s all turky whon inullnd II i aIt-
fm the fal e al n r a i aae. M er t e re J I le -Imal -n i-f ne Iev- t.. a ttl The n iamT ltary ti lt ml e tiorr th. Ftigo, h11 ot. riI,
C n she thai tpek e t e WaIr m ear A ransn asr ti he. at al ri a et tn mm erenta I-Ibtl oy- an tat it ltirr o It or in be.i not f in:g o ffiMri r a ll i, to
a n m 1 a i a i n tao deal nt lam ly with the unrn als n aar t at tth mpd at In dA h-e1 m 1-1smU Itlbo rll nrasl d iotihnogtni l, r tl, h wlasl, t.ead
aaa I> S^^'SL h'S^ S ll IE R I' l~ r a ll war s geetl l It I th sot wa fsdI-,lmtbr -4s

IIIr* e yetthdo own** tw.i i y j u rt or p e -11 The Tuft party t n el, The r Pe, k *, F ri

1 Iml llrlm r td.^ -- fleeupllles. et ha. rid ana,. tI" U*"l*le,'a armdely1 i i ....... h ....." .a......t I EuI ... rMandai ... ...... The vitim.... hf h
tai pmn t Ge Tt st amn lmnti te (dni. a'l llthm JtI VIn awfult:fa airw rt.s only 21 lla hsr old.s
tsent 4 exprCht -d t or l a e a at 9h ar r r r a s r a wa u r r t: 'iY tiorlt y io n hart fehor
Ow W he h hard ht for CAn e andU etine itof a de t a the 0-- York m the ltre a nth mint anrabi abrt 11mart a sesin a scen o;r r lwni at at anI rsI-io
e-Ma ran 'r atena"" he deal trnmtoly w ik ra t tata iel lta m Czaa-rt Dthat. to W eek. few aiintnir-, ft-. I It II, mabe P itt
w Meaadir l na the neteyy qalmt but m peatre CaiCen Aol O r wtn W eadert. The ttin Ar'alS- po-ri-I-.'' a- It
ie.n depa rted fa liit s w rdent is nosangr ..an-ta'at ItI Illegal ins Sunday to the! Th e dro o m* til re ttt tis pnanor- w T rit ni it 7h
hia r iee h r es sli oIon bnF lg Ir rly. Th- elEt . lal I I ll l ih a.k t e' tri m lm se l n lr 1ltr- ar trn l t-h
ttttnlatta ant ma, tta' tttlI It.' ar ante awtal sints w'nn noir Sth 0-ron 0
tai ek h e b attle In a o nits i kai Wil d o a th e n in,,, sseat at- l a' liis lalk no au.w In iff ars-. -..... ,,o I ,. .-i- Ha ,,ir wioi ,.1 1-a. .
fr m b .. d re oitl wltliang M util after tnl low. and a m the di InIe in t
epww taIev- e xt f- tl t h e thekuanum wlar a .iter pa, dt t t PI. ar l lt l t p il lhnbnef r I tnIm a. l wati gtr 0L- llsr hndio Smrki- One S d C o.,
n Mdsayern n a. I it.tin. w t nerattyet.llr.,e d seer for .ari d an; mlat -hilip Cof The. ratio Pri Ilyt-.t. toki,.nl.at.o Ote t B InciPt e iear
fillwa heeyt lwhl 11e I 'tqaota em all lat Tlti t nlr irmrtl to ll in11e lmro i-o mmo wll If onllo' mlaon ris -n i vIl l.-i nl.
n d rea mi fill as fl.dll of is fclr -- npa tn tIt, ir ire .f tS h t the tatieer l. wir fitl ... t ni mf ifhh.rie ri t ... lion
do t the _np m *.hin -bt1ano aI-Mana he tMille rhrhettT n er r.era -lt tI nenel ta I-h et ral tree ntl t ,-4e tof the b. ItIona. ma hvfor. larbi inle, t sil et -,
eat erial tt n The asit t i n lnn bli at Ssa gI enthe m sa e ithl ii re itto ii 1rll AIwl
bi I If o f _* t ir t*utlllerrn rIailawa to e io ei ec le h d; I atd re, l*nlu*i m.iai -Kr Ins .,ans

h mistP Usea niane t f t tre S tr r lmin of ll a prl llk-l voi h. saying tha .l wilull ib r a" "0 ir' on lel d) . 1 lU ,l, ri lnr
I l oiee r l. h a t r n theil lmirt nearrn ol um- Imn l-nt e -o air r o dleratio. Ir t b 1 -a l r.v* rIt ii.l r p b lI in, ,pai .


.4 t m tt a Ct I ih a i Uiaarin d o, I n he al wa n ltt l lala la nt el.. aturdbay'. mui ars newe-r itf It Of la a tl irlet .
J hti th 71 m at l and N rwel" t -. i m 'I lln I h a;- m o- ftKil the rt' ; .il lo to ali, I ita I lO t i. I i xt tlr, l
nI tdl. w betIl i ul' -.i riAt l .t"oitl Tr an a ln Cha xy w h al of Wi n lnl-l.r I ih lrn. t s l- II l, ll-
hitsn a txattin whb by s-mus &aal n a s ate. bat errylag g o '.tg at tao luni l teneoral. that ps tstn- tl I ltrumo-ir It nj-


a t th iht t i t teah i m i fats m to aother, inan l ,1 t- I t twnould ntt t:altet' S -r rtoly iin' $1 t ye-lt_ -,51 oi.t>i1,. f-t' I.S-
n Pa siy I a l d to' iiht In the Ra awlwiNL Ih "w et lat laa" .anat-e .law an.d 1t . lr ....rring to the name, g i m.t lto, i. it',' ...... kti. Ii hi\

evlma i r h e rcoif tft ri Bewbyhima rs gthe fre er a ki IrI, tonI .
Sir h kf it d l s ti r lr In ie t iny th lt at -maa lath e r it ia e daring the to' ia i d til di- t *lt I-
itw. bo i The t fart that a is ae m tll rirtat. Jltlt ltt i t r h n r Ii rml Ie Slo. ant ito- af a.ll s-In teln
d i. a riti isn the heard i I Ialltan i k shw ted ta t- t.e a l'I a n tl r lralt -'r tl" i *h eya-- r I TIe ioar i .. lmk-IefI waI a n d
l s talU aa Ita r s tndan o a an trait., far the r ot Ph ilit ma t .n me iat M r irstiytia tosk- r ilma r Sixty Tean

firtl s reesmd by ill n 11 A a i l a I I I Intmt f till h..r .-ad datr-u e dt ttrie ti to i* i- r l it .r I r I.i ,. o I ., l I II, ia l
"lhe, hade henti a~tl erllsla..t pri inill l -i. 'p.re, In Th No lrt t.ahiar t;at- at i llae wi.i, .th or l i a .r:ti- r-llt lollri- t "'ltm thlleit-
e tal a d Ge a mtanher mid tho i n A RI MINAL 'ha li lr m.erllinn to i Ss Iiit..- I t a.t mn i ru.
prt we tniln te Saa iniainame Iea iiI. i o ta- -

amt-S rhta Irer inal oertm' et" l d Oa Aa i I,. a I m o r s ii of themh it ll
-ruis. to tir tI. Bato r eSt e an l. L ar t m* i myI .i-llrlt Iti i lltt l eltl mtli, S l i ir i- l n- .i 1l I '









h-i tt ittte f mtr oS n it rt- real rto Atnanik- Iath a mI t t oIn- r-itmc ornt iyi wa i t i l r- li i i.- ti i m
o -B[ It nit1sia the he n-teat Sln-ahmt the btla lki'.1 i fibtn lnranil. hag. l ,'it Ii rlt'.mthla lit tri- t-riin. i i-i tsi 'h1 .t i..ol.r. tt'Ii ilin iS
nantt emIsk Ulen mil e manl..t w oh, i t ir o ...n Ion M- t enAifiR A
t f nI- . . ,-r __ aIiiiai r .sIt-. f:ee i mi ens- K i a i Tt ". 'igi-. i l.l i.- i : 'i i u- ,Iii ''I I,--I- ,

b':,, ,.,.r ll.? :~ .v rrx ti trT~ 1:.. Iot _.Sa..iv h i- h nt, 'li '4. t ll '-i''-l I i lre -tao'l I-illi. I'1*+i""I%11 lil l hli
I Ihe lr-tao on a I rt i -U.' ,n 4 ii ao o 'in- 1 i. ii- "iT i i, I, t i ,I C A IO IA
h -l a ne fe how a feevler wcIs lint 4WO -f law hnad anninst1 .-ti I.-na-t t ior ..... ... fI -l- *A> i.. 'In"




bo b i`, til sLiSfe na t -rilathi. f i ao t- r ln tl n -- i

00 e f-pr 'llfr f riiir l mi .Iil iiiat i, loa tlomi tb naS. -n e ri'tl It -i-it I I ,g .s nIi
Iroa te. tp toltmI ,.4 Ia lrna itheIltI nI o -i* i' i : i. i ;ii l t al ,h i lI .f



i t o' f was tt 'li. to. airS l a ls T "inr- C i'm ItII an ,d h:i-., -i a
;eI. pith the IsV, le. en- Iheltl It Fer iInfain and Child.,

Iitto-nett It..i I farhi I i i ; Itois m mi I - i. lp a

1.dated t a tO the m l







yame A tlilblta glrd orlem 'e i i: ,l af Iol .lt i,,. ita 't- t. lii, '
j -1 At atet amhtt lht tit- ,,i -,l to1 *o~j- IIN i. i-tiff IoffI t l, l' .r i.... .... '

Sin i l-e auei wn at 1- I Trnr1 .t -e, h ..... Ih IFItm. .o1ittna.O E







talo we it ati ina.o aa U nt ma
P.M. a- totheref III m ar i ,t t tarr h
poinatedr a. 1wrs a ion v.. hatr end that Ih,!efti i n rialm Mea wI sE

thtr_ 0z tai mint In eatrtelk Inof t f e i f Ill warm ar Se t

pCCast b. bn .-.oI bits-1--o IChnstheir C-ng Seat1d!
irngth an saos p~rlenny fa t Ge of Told--n hela. the MIMI. is-ail. i t J-- adafills I.. ine. I etin ts i h r i


I. cc mme, od"Saot e 1 ieorpral m o fil eo pan Inl aot babory that ifI iTem w-I.I



n we. fin newninn- n trlbtnes ita ryi Tm w.Iyo wt.hy ttan p niIs'e W-m tIls! rbe t rg TO FatE %D. T-n s




la.+iela -A Md Ck hahrmnsC uhIetd












Smaen.as THE FLORIDA STAR 3

H IA Wema 's haetk
A" .1 MM a l Roamer S
[- exqt atomy te pnd pt ced tan m h a a
Sn rw aonm n and pfal-agor other iiloace--
a U m m etof the pefride crip Other*
K el t exh t of tIl wron a ble ata ne an a m iunt
b eadachbe, dilaane Imaginary speoks or
dark npoiloathin heftir the rcyra gnaw-
I assocites g tlnao in oe drintn or
SnraS db-a o hla dains hm pelvic


e1 a Iowram." sih * _i D
W-. tee faha dgtt.l, wha dk ^ j ,,tral ;e a .k arat

teradlor the mm ath of MNove- llan la r of eit taine an l db'.r of akhol or harmfeul, o
m mthi tr.. all wa% "med


S e a ted in vaole to ia76. Te ? s habitmin drugs. I. ingrdients arf

1 : t aotlnihent o anda ? e o th i hha S an on se bottl-wrappe and at-
* e o f th um e w ere tof hbroer -p tt n ,he k t tn~t a tU ., th o ,.t.
410 ntw Every ingrlent entering into "Fa-
i etMva t c i ount wif a th rough its colt ~ da tetl vtrie Pesrption ha.s the wrut.
lal l trog dotsiim*nt of the mot eminent m.i-l,'al
Scomialoners spend 2000 In pr wrrof al th ral of pra
idlg an elaborate exhibit at the Jack- m I Eb ie i e s- tb i a o ut ofh.a u
-,fta lle Mld-Winter Enxposition which lattr asIggte Ist alndi hauig e.e n
catJanuary 15. to .Iributhi d voluntarily by gratefuljfilanti
See!rhrgiven to any oteor n d itf extant fr s
ed by Sianlair Calberson of Tenas. t fs i. c a dl eDn, to an ofhl. r a iriter extanti forll
Dei ati leader in the United States S tNel i mul cdaota; At .n n. n s taffo, l l,l p rtanymelidi in
Senate a member f the, Committee G tigt of littw ntluxitien a' a olilno 4
to Prepare RUlen of Procteure for gw. ttor TIO. en1 [ th de ah may
Minority Conferenes. mai a litttle tm ie pr]eti thir e -. .r
On Tuesday afternoon. Mr. H. C. i. makre toer mi Rhealth *lr ,ramI i m
Reed. an ged resident of Arch Criek t d insult to your int -lirnre for him it try
died from tla .s sost oair from -a C to palml offup lp mna sustitutc. You
died from tart soindIilokm what k w ly want and it is his buoo-
fall while giving ehase to a young heif- aw the dareed window; ans to pply th narticle called for.
er, striking heavily against a stump r OOSlrg winds. now high. Piterkrs ltcaosnt IIllis ane the
and receiving lnternal lnjuries which o I oiginal La d .ittie Li,,r ,L i i ,l i ta tal' o
camnrd his death within a short time. hlt a sll Cecdo; mh imta t I r r l. Litt
His remains wrl he ahlltewd to Ma- *lit rret, i. mi e dar ev s sg ar-oiated grolanl ra to take as




Shilleds. in Ike al..r. ar .......yardSoeda RUDDER
el.i, FUa for batcricent.-Mlical otow*



killed in the =rainyrds Saturday at-
teltan. The deieased had esidel lad j.t taken ..eno.gh imo..phin,. no angrro Co omn.nd r ird in His .onid ecr. seve ere pulshe.nat HOW-TO BOOKS
there lfo sixteet years and is asurvive kill himn aend oetlld liw dtad in a f, Chair The senfe took plaoe near the r O 'sa Yr te i as sr i ST
by a wife and a large famity. He woas minuts. His wife ron out to imi Slrrmonded bI, oAltnrs and friledc ar furnaee and the kettle was full In e me aid u ry
Sprominent Baptist and talso a aunt mon neihbors. Whil shen w lln s-l ho sb e nt ma hour most pleasantl hOt water. Bennett .naigated his op- o' p 'em h'sI sr 'e.-
her of the Odd Pellows and the Wit the doctor shot himself. M'lanri eliia ,ughiln and chatting. Captain Paul ponent toward the kettle and, at the o aital A nacton eon lno
mne of the World. due to ill health and nlisfortilll is a1- Caroming. conmander of he tn!ted psychological moment, with all the ..- .. .
la the inicipal election in Safor eribed as the cause. States lighfhouns thender Man trove. e 't he was capahble of, dipd iJohni now ro Lant .. a.at
lmt Tuesday the rTform ticket as Th brothers a slippd fom his chai dd Surda te hhot water. This gove i t t.
eleted b a majority. rang from o hrwhie afteroo ad the lightho. ten- something el to think about and b' '0. i '. =I I .n '.= i"'o '""m..
3 to Srk The foeilwinhg ml.- were hantng last week near (o. Storters det which was moored at Palitfo let go Bennettas lger In his hastle t O r- 1 A'..
elcted: Manyor. Forest ake. mar- n the Evergades ot wharf Says th Pensaca o : et t of the bath. Bystanders n. rim
I in thep Etnrnlwdes in heearoe n eowty.
ral Theore e1r: m H a hg tleske that hd nine Those who had been at the table terfered and the fght ended. Mr. Q na aaor ta nu
Stev, Saainel Paleston. D. L n rae Br was here ehbi the captain and who had been -e-ett returned to Jacksonville w:h
Thasher, Carl i vat t es as i laughing and joklag with him cold ith hands bandaged, and Mr. Joinnw o I s a no ou
r'lyonlead the city isare to fod o hin sa lize that be was dead. A py- -as hurt in the rahtitlr te emcr r a r .'"
with eth.ll m crawled einto hisn mp o t hi o o s: la was summoned. He made as stmrnk the Itdge of the ketle and wa' Mto antL a na tan
The ilAr of Holmn H&sted whoe- Mykka few weeks ga and li him 'i. amination and found life had pansed p t'1rmably sealded to some extult A na
^vkaa few week i ago E^ m m hOTH iP | e Bi vr ^
a ma denir. had the larges the leg. Fand death due to heart trmble. ot a aINo, ar rsts as far as we an lear
lteh of Slanish mackerel of the sea- gmd ratter: had it been di sounu w'as ut ered except the exelam ha' followed. no *Ol-l...AE.Lir.is .
n ws Oa their It coi ntp Ylo ta th e pi y helid from his chairOh II
hunting grumnds.--Puma Go la as -
Another big at is looked for today id. Captai Cumming as well known EACH
as word reclved here today world Aimnsal masuring seven laher e H Ihad mn m Ienn an anna
aeem to later that more fsh were a friends. He was acquainted both in the b.pl if T tr -.oadr .-P I.
the way Te f were practically frt from the tip of one win to the till city and at the navy yard. as his. t Wit M ib, lip bj i t nUnLSuo am
S r ofthe tr killedr.n moao t k au ih feq iny came into this potn for m kro o mm.c
a naipped as r. last night and hmis from Pensaeola tte Fridm- after u ,ie and coal on this oceaafnc l m d 1
rmsling to the notherr marketr.-mi-- -". M.ipiher t coaler On fhtn ateln 15ur da Ifebohin Ian Ona &stt f ta, aB-
roan h1 Id dim Arohebirce anith whranpntninp rlcaaasqace ot etof -oC.
a tel t~h r" thr h was comng to the it on buinea hoe leenut eo a month or more ap lwolmii bac dr .
T ho o and . G raham prow l- ip. T he arm er w I t ese le i7 I vidn a c ; p u i
o- frnIrin pt he aT he eienc highagsuauem. and lai mct 't adlio on Ialf ie :
eat namto sten oierators of Sooth- it killed a yunlg hog. bat at the tim. wal thse maention of the soptain to itup lmnad t'lp ln, shit mince; o r iln_
.am as tcen nted it the rio nut boma that it man ooch a bird my-a tmrani tio liture aitre-in te
era Alabama. Seety $eo e n h o ai s rremain nill eniaytmertg.nhakr a twri i ke w i I ettl tlake a rnt a-
United States oanrt after trials on He had no weapon with him. buitt ihk The lMinte if ('aptain Clmmia g is i hl lie aer each e l it lontl at lld-
charsge of peoage. e denied a nt immense sue of the bird and its oa : r:tp. ant r,.t latir -s w-fr notified of "rie ulfie it tiinilcrnl ir, aol eillett
trial at the Ulted Stlates court in lack ulon the hog ca l.-d him "'hi: death, sa1d is is llupo d that the rutllolrily, wilh war'd inn a NJ Yrk
Peansrol Smturday, Thomas l Gra:ha turn Ic sile to his ha i t. whr-, hb si -.rv:ins will ie bhiird there for iu- hul y tn r1 ;Inrtl elh orn-r'r:lilstr ti
was sentenee to serve thirtere ecuri d his shot sin. RHad tilii o th l erent tttl I r lieve eelie. L iderr bl ,t -
-cb: u.L he I as the pri
mw ths in the federal prison at Atlants In t. he fuodt c t arii no co pa rtieli ti, o lk b drls ir lol tri i of nriiou "
Ga.. to pay a fine : r! .0. J. B him and kilhd It. Tie Ine r %a! I nt ura to baor attainoed sot hitgh .olt te ilit mirise ti- l-si lt p i kolrc'
iralham wans sntened to six minth U 5riothl to ifs' city srt t- .r l-el clot t me h ihtio l in oo-. lih I tttlig Iir lolies srrlv e car t ,! n
n Jef rand a fine of t. r ily. I was betwe, n thirt anil thlrty.fir bi*o sdtir es a lt rlo e ...ro
For the irot timm, in history of thc HisT. Wilrr. olrc,r.l roman o ars of o. anso had til t IeIn mmaniatr! NIII xl*ri ,ll s orlhtr i f-rtl i -.;I
iruttr lleocot tl,-bir..oolrlrt ,i l n Cot
ammomity. St l Nte3sle is going in;ha. l- --J A dits.-ler the Millicent, the largest of th, 11illbor' too'
for raising potatoes for thi Nurthernt. .--1 in h. tllm itt f e..t ioasai it ,, in to bis l,1i-tt'l. for e. "i t I..... loi h. e"'
martket. The, Vco tafltc Gcowers' and ? ')."If lIba, sr ilitr Ir ) a t I iutrItit ihr50 O YEARS'
Pi. otile' oc. ltai ll plant e I th-1V Thro I fat- lt ilt. CoE Krli-l- ni tik l, i.'-i i
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S4 THE FLORIDA STAR FPIDAY, DECEMBER ?0, 1907

STHE FLORIDA STAR our worthy cormisioners are not wil be loated just wt of the F. C.
called upon to take iany actBon in the U L Aand h arL d-
y adapted forao purposes will
lr l l f ie matter, but we believe they would beer a mnif BEAUTIFUtict plaLa Afor theND HEAL
__--______r unanimously carry out the decision mtai ofam runvel o n-air
rdbt ~ta.or exhibition. These will be given
seairnala 6.5laa0rAw o made by the state auditor freeto the public at 11:30 Pe-ru-na Is
Adsrmran r art. ari Schools in Fine Condition Senator Mallory Withdraws Praised
Sa.- State Superintendent of Public In- United States Senator Stephen R. By a
S1 1mil,. w. a, r. Id.rm.d ft.iia.a* struction Holloway has returned Mallory has withdrawn from the rarce
from a tour of inspection over the asa candidatetosucceedhimselfand Multitude
PUBLICEItti, EVERY FRIDAY MORNING state. He reports theschools in bet-
ter condition than ever before at this states his intention of retiring from of Fair
The United States senatorial situ- period of the year since he has been public life upon the expiration of his
ation in this state before the coming in office. The attendance is much present term. This announcement Women.
primary is ever changing in an al- advanced, and there has been noepi- will cause interest throughout the
most kaleidoscopic manner. Candi- demic to interfere with school work
most kaleidscopexcept in one or two instances mil south and especially in Florida as the
dates already announced drop dow form of scarlatina. senator, not more than three months
and out and new ones present them- The public schools will adjourn for ago. stated publicly that he would
selves and there is no telling how the holidays this Friday and will be o fe r himself is tandidate for re-
many will yet bob up on the political in recess until Jan. 2. the senior senator from Florida and
The State Teachers' association the senior nator from ridaad
horizon. All this keeps theolitic- ill meet at St. Petersburg Dec. his announcement of his withdrawal
ians and their friends guessing as to and will continue three days. The is due to his failing health. For s .-
just "where are we at?" state superintendent says theattend- years he has twbee in bad health.
ance will be good. Florida has the s during te past for weeiks he ,
TheJacksonvilleFloridiansaysthat reputationofhaving a wellorganized hombeen ofin to his n ephew, d at theMar
thousands of friends of Messrs. Du- state body, and few states can show Kme of his nedphe. itir Mallro
a ettr average of attendance at the en criticandal his conditider thrilui,
can U. Fletcher and W. J. Bryan nual meetings. not critical, s considered seri us,
deeply regret the candidacy of both There are 2,500 teachers in the- able dto make a campaign thathe
of these gentlemen for the same of- state, and the attendance shows ae to make a caain th
fire. Theyarebothmadeofthevery nearly always fully a third of this ntate in adllvcy orf his candiday
tt p SUure., Mallory f..r years a:i- Weak Luni;s sls Catarrh.
best material, and either of them total present, a spicuous figure in public life inf yi I. lh. and -atarr h
woo a Fr thp popon Florida. He has held many ip1itions r ED ,AW ON i I;rinr. 1 1,11l s 1.,-
would truly honor the position to No Law For Appropriation of trust, rt ErD.gtLAm toN N
which they aspim. Theirof trust, first serving two terms in
.....----which thtey aspire, Their candidacy "1 ' ,,, s nff. from wea k lu1, s ni
is eseialy barras ing tother di- Mr. D. D Corbett, hairman of the the lower house of the Florida legis- Catrr and "ea fn .t- """-- c.r wnak I..sand
kwcounty fair committcof St. Johns lature. Upon the expiration if his Mr.-l i ble. Li Tt 1 ,, ., lt n iy 'y l--li
M y g he cunfarw m e 01 emt theexiatm t rs. E. D. Law.,n, .1Nvasota Tex., a ri ,
tor of this paper, for the reason that county, to whom was referred the ast term there he was elected' state wr i btit oit.tIrhe r-a-iomnc olrf a I- I
we know them as few other Flor- matter of exhibits, recently wrote to senator, serving two terms in that 'It in with gr-al ilea-ure that I write tgaenpe-alan h.nl trial ni l
idians. Politically and perionally thestateauditorrelativetothegal- psitin. A fiew y ars t lat.er hI. al u t lle dia-oter iI pat ior nstils. it estored me i
they are two of as lovable characters ity of an appropriation made by the elected t nre and sures.hblrl entirelyecredof catrrhanddeaoen perfoect beaS. Th, 0is not hi,- s:lh-
-we county commissioners a eun fora ouy him slf the fallowingerm. i andtisin eti, lr.a ll tihansheohas lin i. s- rs,-,f atarrnh in my sysem : nd
as we have ever known. fairand whether this could be usil Se ator lallory, i-s ne of the, is- r.r tihe p.t tw,. ar. Peruna is truly my In=s ar pere ctly esoun. I in-
for a state fair exhibit. tinguished men of Florida andi ne grelat medicine an I ,:l nn.t say tio hesitatineigly give this tstimonal. '
On Dec. 9th the senate adopted a A reply has been received stating in whom great trust and -tinfid,,-ni- mu.-h in 1-.s. s- it. It ht:sdne fr myn Catarrb of the warst Ferm.
resolution offered by Senator lati- that in the opinion of the auditor no is placed. his record during his hlg ,.ithle girs hatdicatoe. n hrfalesottdor M. lr,- tel
mer directing the Secretary if agri- county could apppriate money for pulic life ing sl.thrl-s and al he h as a e not quite three buths." C r la 1. i ti \ri
Stsbiotaoya toing the expenses isf an exhibit at any lie lifte will I- very mueh r.-rtt,l i,, e fmily nl ti rine n..of at n ,.h.illl,,i.
port on drainage to include the oa- fair. He statedt, howv\er, that s ., -kd whni' i- th 1lmst reli.a-lefantile, Iwas almT tal a t.l wrec. I iri i al-
tion and area of land in the Unita l eral counties had maile alipropria- The Magic No. 3 mediein in u todayuareat matority nist ietver hinig, oand d.,lor, d -i ha
States that is swampy and overflown tions for such purpose. but that he \nistbsr I5hr, i a ,,ile r sfuil s,:s--, I of tIhe w-ould reply, without hesitl- nunibr- of i.Ir,, hut tlhy did Ii n
and susceptiblnt sei if being drainl and slid not sanction it. ,r II iri tion, Pr. d. I tril Perun. as la-t r i.
The pe.ople of Brevard county I. IiIr : "\ t I.'runa iA especially praised h ythe and, lth tiim I had tak en ,n..:-
made fit for agriculture; the area f w d like to place a creditable ex- trsofferis a iT liv-r an-k. b'causethythaveatundanti o- I t -e That it asl ,lpi ,
land that has been drained under the hibit at the Midl-Winhtr Fair in JIak- i lt l ,lrs II, inl res-l'. Irsi r r-nsty to note its prompt effe-ts in ---ntiui d isking it. t can s,-- -. I
laws of the different states together minville, for thhey fieel that they have h ri, tlh, itti-rs, alnml a r ohit a, a iei li thvarioula le, toi which the he rnot tel the stihteYi,s smpism
with the benefits that have resultred, many valuable resources to Ila ti- I- I.all I .a. i, The fi Ii amntese niird anit ily isabe threemonts.and I thnk ii
a summary f legislatin of d or th fre-e eyec. of IhIopl,. hut in ih-lttes pletrl the nrp.." I;lar (, 'ghs.eld, ladigestioa, coie, kid ak IM e l rnraaae. r eannot .ris
a summary letgislatn the face of such b.structions to a a' trd ihst "- a- rlh *,mac. liver n, -ad bladdertrenble. nerv weslis ito highly."
states on drainage and a review of ounty appripriatin. it is doubtful anu, kid-v Iio t le ies y Tit ille IPhr il s,l sl o apptihs, irrC l rI ilalsT Ileari aa d wi areial tA.
drainage laws and pilicic, if the if an exhibit will I. snt firward n'y and BRaer in t)rle tl- tio ese apl many itrr ilmen Mr. t ner,
leading agricultural countries if friom this so.unty. Itm-la tthe- allwi-rn seasin. dpendent upon thebo ,raie n siei Cleveland;,hio, writes:
,rEuroiihpe. Vi ` III .itti r .i tainll;- mate are p.mptly relieved by Pena at enjying s-sit healt i -s.i
Europe There'll Be No Repetition -.isrtialt ns if.ol-,isl Is tll t P rmn han tasbe preerine d fur the I nlt akn vi,,ler isini-i I i s
We wish all our readrs a nr,. 'u intt . Shlats m s" f ,re hil t A dne si .4l it ft y i rtman fr over foty few r a,- .i sa- ri
iWe ish all ites a rne u lii i years. i iint ie,., i s- ndii ardni- l hiai. iterr ni h,- rl agl, I ..n -
Smerr Christmas, this being our rg- has annn that h ia Start Now for Exhibit Next Year line throu:hut ithe greter part of I dI n ,,t kn Iwhai headache or hlt
-i caiisaidati fur thepos-itin,,f i Ult.r- sis -sine-ra/ s.
ular edition before the Hoililday week. intend nt of public intructi,n. ,s- Mellsure Heach. Fla.. Ic. 1. i. Ihe civilizd worldr aa
Notwithstanding the financial strin- in that it is vindicatisin that he seks ,EdiLr.. rii :rTo I stIgll -T
geney this has besnan > .sxsis',lingl \ f.rsi the to-th erather ithain slit sif- '
gen y this hai ben an Iexceeingl- f tht .Pet ratll r tt Ihe 4i-T I can se in thel Iper that yu Ask your druggist for Free Peruna Almanae f i
bs t as w ith thle frl p l if i w,, ill want iti Ie rei-'-lectsl, aind we. mant to Ie' kind to me.
East Ca anid weo fi fl n hisitanc.T have ni, hesit-any in sa-ing ithat if is I with no IPrsonal grief that I
.I h} heS failure, for. Ih a t want-
in saying that our Florida Il we aret hae a titi iethe failur, for I am not want-
really k ..w ery n little haut it campd i in f a f Iw . in. ,s js, and can stand it if ,t hers .
times. Moner may be a little tight- tw-n these I-tw gentlemen. th i n it thitlr. have B which helps th eI
mlr e I -tt e r th a t 't rh ,,tv id e n ce w h ich h elps th ,o w N
er here than usual. hout b i,,l 'ryllslirh. riharldsts asn slitiinl an. il .t .... t,ri, hll, the.mseles ..A .
seems tm s ha t e minlr' ii ia n l ,fais -r tr l i, th, e 'e.--ia, l li But. h I am s rrye y.u could nit is- N,
the leisn if restraint frIm rT ckI- N.ew Eanlrprisei Ti the alse th, at if we t int(m er l Sebrin g's n
ansi t,.t -ful exltesliture sugg-es-el i;ai.rssii. Sun rnlmrks as fllhws: Fl.rila Sidd-Wiintr eylsitisn, the
i he l tightni,- of t loa the -s fmr- sr it f a ntitis n s i the tl nelt a minute t ol se in bginning thi I
El:::sin and: tht' cuitet hin 'if at I :I4j"!i. I :. F EI Z R
ket anid th. stluetezing if wast.re, aign iof 19 Itwttonn H n,,.nllw a i planning and th ol-ction of an 1x-
, k. is n Io dout a iling it, thei, She.at. i Sulsprintendnt Ho/li,, y hii thri thin
Amerian -i-ti',, -tinass as a saLfit- h; nitill his o thilh thi Su T gno thlarewitha few things' i k
valve to l the high air, s -: i thaf t t will h, I I'rt i th ..d.u that e*verybody kn,,ws w an Send for one of our Vregetable IPamphlets and tnp
ihicIh Unchl Sam is tot, plrov t-! iri n C uirhms lihaaIgn i w-aw: ,,t"ofm money and wast. ,f were had by the -le of the %lape- \ u;lllllre, thil
t'am up to the limit. ,,, ,,liil in ,e*'ry pafticular, -dn ilrlth: and totake he pti, rpler mn ear notuithstanding the terrible drouth. It co.ll-
sonvi-, just wearing ri.ottsis anti
No Law for County tExhibitl, 'lstihi. maving a ia,.. tims t t- s a n ,l at t
w ,ed Ltttert tausm e do E. L. Brady & Bro.. agents at T itus ville
Thre astili 'if hit, tsltatausl,," Red Letter 1,t "T l i tir'. little itittaili if hi\s huns'lts I Jts. Paxton. Ri k tk 'd t ,
a.i-isnr st. Joihn.s s iu lty tha l tlh ,I,-s Thh .i "I .i ...- il ,iss'ars ,. litar yur helat,,d I ....I J. M Sanders, ('I 'ss
s latw warrant -ouni t -s iii aI,-r- atr th' `: I.han"s, a in h- m .ti.i. lf cix foldks. askedil fr ha I.
i-e-salI rprit t ating tnon .y fr.eit I- l u, n s r atur- s,, ,.ss f tt r h h I, de I,, thll r, I aA I iatillt, iis ll
isith !"t. 1 r i- lii ll I ah I it itrt ". rritt
-- ',untoy ,r state fai-r .xhisit \wili i n tll -*si1 :r1s f Thosn ih .i- khu --. S. iergn T i--, s territo
restis. lsii s''i tis Maie' iordseri ails
,l'I,,uit. ,lly .h strum the pihl 'in- ,,-i Ti h lr ll, ; "?ia i isw risii t sl if ai-kt suli.l tahltr
..., n rha, -di, h ,',!, THE H,. -!.N Ja.c'DksnE illC
un the eaty.xhibits ath.e r tiiisn rui s it, is hik nmssiiiu-1 ssin. iiill i-i, an us t Is irdi i I ,d n .. -.s
thatthough untiimme Iu ai; ir i alt s i i v..- --. Iut-l-I Isoi r
Stiht it is''Iust abl -thym ish sain- r ;r e rse.s s is nas i t- it U sl is with it.
mi fug aes adl jb s thei siia e it h lITep neto h it prea enter. ma- i tl-l ath 5T -onel
rtiasl-tiaisiha 'thi i ot arli i er'tti r th --ih tI"' bsii .a Vt,-!! I f.
:ut Jack. xh it.. u the matte g l-; f thela ;di .s anri l ,hiren ,.,,; y ", ,y v I,,,h ,.. .*. .. .....T....,,
uWe Is alit,\s thi s ,-s quI .ti,'hi:. gr c- 5'' iss ts0 A Ii, i
apsir-priiiati,,vii witl itais s ri,. i 1-1 ".11;1 l I.Ii-..r ii- r , o
w,:,-c I .,i xti iriws'. sI -,e l.s. r i-ITTiI f it M ai- O rders for

tirin.d w t ..,,i. s.; -il I ,
ilI thie matter if exl.nsiitlriif t4 r 5-inS r s -i- ,ar R- -|
fundls, mitre sa than theyshiuls It- s-.;s.. i- -ii,..-Iu ;A ,l Iro given spcial h, ,ttent ... 11, s-i)
h-and little rlItriiait is aps slh,;iiu hiZh m!,; r ive special attenm;
g,,A thing. 1ii. n ilso s~irri,'i l sit ,
Oursgge n ....... in ,a ... biae ...... .. ... . THE H. & W B. DREW CC).
s-hint-sir etliseatrlllrn s.,it c:issu ,i "itth ii---It -i tight oqi t
I t,-sa-urwl as that ts- gtith i t: -aki, -u, -I I ,thuear w,,,,,ii, iu iiei -,-h- -.- JACKSON\VILLE FL t
up the exhibit.stn their own acuItunt rin'nd donsmelti nd wil a-lim ls, allIi, I
and that if thecounty commisionrs tins of "oh's!i'" anI -ah lri the hil-i. sals -silnb n e --l S l '-s ,
fit-i that it was justiliahle theyinight dIren sl, r i I --ii i T s. DoI Fa y Goo
,mlpysa manm lt loik after the ex- itspPromptnes in pc-, sing thet f Gf o s. is-i if res, Lse ather Goos i
hisi. But sincethat suggesti,,n wa- iner about sh a V.lAlish sn. shi-W 3 Gift Books. PiciLres, Leatht- GOods
made the people if Brevardl ha ti-therith theibatifli t i Express 't aWagons, Rocking Horses [
-e eey i,f airrii ]
manifested, by their nii-reslpon. the tehilit iresstnld. mak-s it at i ,n-s I" m
the call. that they do not care to gs-t th isl hl sh i the rtlsi ia bit h Velocipedes, Fire\&orks
up an exhibit, so the matter gi is the la i u i '.I ,
purely Iy default in this ious,ist sisl i iizI -s1 1 ..



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S RAY Dl EMBER ~,. iHO THE FLORIDA STAR 5
** COOGMAGI"A I hundred and twenty peoe were IOnDAl, DECIBE lA JAMESPRIIlCAOD. Prnident. WINSTON S. BBANSNING ViMe.PeidIt nd Drsbihr
cGti tr- ,w s present and took supper. he Mn S e
-1d ol of the redered by theeat Titusville, Fla. le t
- re i b-u Strnee wep. aa tR ate Bank
-1t a hot fire and if there hadTh proeedswee 4.7..rne--Indian Ri
bte" wind the Clt hoe e Gint Rilex li Cti Clim Marv&
ad l the UrichndCanatta OAK HILL --------- COV Y POSITO
e o -bomsrwould have ne also. But Miss May Howes is at home for That Georgia Institution Authorile Capital. 10I.(000; P'aid.upCapital, 2',(:. Averageri lpo.itt. m2o *.
th ere my to watch fying the Christmas holidays, the Exhibition of Quality TRANACTS A
done. Mr. Dan Holmes ran over Mr Sylvester, postmaster at Aller-
ft~msC~nt&an wih is rmr e SUN BROTHERS' GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
from Coquina and with his friends ton, Ma4ss., with his wife, arn at Mr.
were on at work. They came pro- H. S. Barker's. fGld's Pr gresiAe ShoUs I
videdwith pil andaxes. Two or Mr.W. 1. Thompson is havinga u rl LARGE Arg iD OLSDET BANK ON THE RIVER
three other lrunches were also there new house built near his brother's D
ad we certainly thankour neighbors on land formerly belonging to Mr. Exchann. c e ..0ln am s 1 d on ia ll r.ii'n ci' ries. Pi, atrnagi apirri i.
for their help and their thoughtful- T. M. Adams. 'ini *srv i i, i r.e te nl* aId Ivery fiat .r oisIIt. Ii
nessfor our welfare. John Quinry itWl.< ergati,etanki nggIranted
also did all he could to save property M. s. buiW her air. is. H. Vr -
and t the spreadrevent the spread of the fire.t h ba iltt F. T,, ,. -, ,ND : NT ,,,
TBOPIC by New Year. *of Jacktntil..Ick.enville, l iioda
TheCplanol. and Mrs. G. L. Comer, of Eu- by TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
The planters are all busy packing faula, Ala..are here for a few days~ -
beas at their grove near Shiloh, but re
Mrs. Schofield spent Monlay in turn to Eufaula for Christmas.n E B BRO
ocoa. Mr. P.M. Pete.l is having ...a "ne L, BRADY & BD .,
Mrs. Schofield expects relatives house built and expects to move inton I
from Miami tospend the holidays. itbyNewYvar. Hc has hadlalarge r
from Miami to spend the holiday.s, bay NwYstr.able s alarge f mules Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
Mr. Mathers, father of our post- fr the log hauling. -- We h sanlI pm .luc.frtsan Home O as. Wi o are. i r .nts '.r MiIpro F nRili Wrs WQ del ar.d ls e:
master, returned last Friday froma Winter Quarters and Home Office: irtheisolaliinofy )dr an il.ititihr of alhnl I u.I..BI. writ o. for iria',i .
visit to relatives at Eau Gallie. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Sturgri. Mr. Central City Park. Macon, Georgia ue 'i r '"sl l lliXw..CT..li>..,d .i.t orr,s.itaio. . .. BADY BRKoI..TiT isVllie. IoL.
School closed Fridayafter a suC. A. West and Mr. Whitton, all of
Schoolclosed Friday aftera s Alerton. Mass.. have a very pleas.
cessful term. The attendance was At mp he Hill" an expect It is in reven sen size. qualityand -- mm---i---r- e E
not so large the lt month owing t variety a Great Show
the busy season and scareity of hell,. t i here till March if nt latr.
WeunderstandCapt.C.H.Cas Oak Hill is a ver Is pla th I Brand New Slinter Features T U I L D.
We understand Capt. C. H. Castoir days Oranges are being shiplIed.
has purchased the property adjoin- .ho,- built, roots dug and shipped I* Finest Bred Horses Exhibited Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers
ing Mr. Ragand at Banyan, from Mr. to t e xa far two Performers, Male and Female M ari e ailw a
Clilds and intends to put some out saw mills r.nning and Christna..
in a grove, coming almost too fast. We hop it 25 Diminutive Shetland Ponies
Mrs. Creech and her daughter, may provr a merry anl happy Christ- 0 Illustrious Musicians Launches carefully stored for the summer months
Mrs. Ketehum, returned to their mas for all._. r = = -
home at West Palm Beach after a Whole droves and troupes of mar-
pleasant visit with relatives at this He Fired the Stick e lously edueats'l
placeand Banyan. "I l,.' ire I It. ,s.k.ie .0t1 I VICTOR
:--,i.- c ,, i.,l r ss. ,.s ,,,,.. ,, ...re Elephants, Ponies, Dogs, VIC
oei Is slI Talking Machines, Supplies and
o ,n. . i,..... e' .... I.1..... Horses, Lions, Bears, i S a
wi.h Io b .hs .i l ... s ,s utsi .... j.al aol ..... Iss..... .',. Records sold by the
ell.. ... Ino.ilie cYN' Ils ll l .... Monkeys and Birds
Srlc, by Banner ilboR Ss' :ll Ii ilss isIi
all llle tsat itis ir. to. l. o.M. Phn e. Internati nal Congress.o INDIAN RIYER MUSIC HOUSE
Willio llNus..oivat, Tl., w rite- -- RIE HO
i, is l i .i. t tr .,in Southern Express Co Fined LO S i PAIIIISTS TTUSVILE, FORIDA
ion. 1 t "ls tih "rne t- imef The railroad commission has issued -
Sild h lisanner tlhnel Sol anl TilToille the following order: 2 Complete Perfarmances
Plauoro. nin Whereas, charges were made h- 2 Complete r mancs Jas. Pritchard & Son
.... fore the railroad cosmmissioiners of Daily: 2 and 8 p. m.
EAU GALLIE the state of Florida by (Geirge R. Titusville, Fla.
Smith against the Southern Expres.. Doon Open I Hour Earlier s ., ,,, ,,,
Mr. J. O. Andrews has moved into company, a corpration doing an ex-
the Jones cottage. press business in this state for a vit T a M on the Phow
Dr. Maguire, of TroI N. Y.. lation of rul No. 3. of the "ruleso At II a. m. n the show OriginUal T & RelilUe I
here for the winter governing the transportation of Figrounids a plethora .f free RIN
freight," prescribel by the said rail- exhibitions. worth walking MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
Mrs. S. Whitcre. of Melbourne. road commissioners, which is as fol- milesto see. rii,.,. ii ... .I i. ,,-
was in town Monday afternoon. lows: The Engine that RBBs Without Repdirs
Mrs. Seg of Cocoa is on a visit "No railroad companyshall decline eEarIIFree,IOt ssllt TS Eig ot
to Capt. and Mrs. John Houston. or refuse to act as a common carrier The's imotollrs a 're sanri' anu relialle' allll
to tranni. rt any-article fsr transipr-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Mathis. of tat an failure to trapot see, Fla., this 4th dlay of Iht'emlvr, an I. olwranlel lty alohol or kerosene
New York, are here for the winter. such artilek within a easonable time A. D.. 191. wit bli 'a gd re ults as Ib IItiilln Laliiin
Mr. Claude Beaujean, of Mel- after the same has been offered for I. Hnuso. BrRn. Chairman.
bourne, was in town Monday after- trasprtation shall be deemed a vi. Attt.vi: crl et, T IT T.X.-E X.X-V.lEILY STABE.E
noon. latiun of this rule." R. C. Dts'.. Skieetar TITU V Lu LIV Y S B
Messrs. F. H Hrownand Gk.Sea. In th'm that on August 8. 1907. the
saiSuter. n.p .......d.recmpnyd t .,..... Moms Feed and Sale Stables
man. fromPenn.ylar:ia. are herefor inedand refusedto act asa com- FPro th,. liitin. Ind. l Wid Itin :
the winter. mon carrier to transport th bar- *w. ..w li ,,,. ...I.... wn. y..n SADDLE HORSES
JesseSt. Clair is through school relsof pears from Fruitland Park, .wat nm.sl.ation,. 1o ls..e. Wlen ,,
and is now teh graph operator at Fla.. which pears were offered f r .i as, ei..l...ie "l. ,,... 5,i BUGGIES
Perr. Fla. ltransportation by thesaidGeorge K '.e. sihelsiiht i,,s v rr,.,rn l. .r ,,
Mr. John Mullign. f Narragan- Smith at Fruitland Park afor- ..s..i..... .. ., e hI,, Is,,c i. ,,.l", SURREYS
M r J o h n M ul l i gn I tf fn-rT. ,rW I .t l. .... .=_; ,th. m ..
sett Pier. Rh.oi. Island. is her for nt w -,d TURNOUTS
the sister., th'. ,aid charge and of the time am to. lil;,rA s l.,.ne:sl ticlsr ,,s 5. Ec
The Bati-ts will have their Christ- place of hearing the same was duly af.I an il illi n fit i. HIuling, Etc.
mans tn eml I'xcr., at the ehurch giv tn to the said Southern Exprss t.,-tin ,it! elt' brii a rill.
on Tueisml s-s. '. eamlsany. andte the'fsrt' the hearing -,,I Islhi s..
on Tia -A.v -. n an! thelfr. the hRiii I I 1 OSBAN, Tlltuiillp, iF ;.i
Mr essM~sSsl o f~ ew'o'i. was hail wshon lhbs said ex s Xo' im- r ulei we isih| so. 05..5 -
Mr. aI MI s.i s. Alzr.,of New Yoai u pa ny alpp .arel by ilt cunsel, W. P hsad o1.5, -l-.ssst -Os:tl. tak" I',
on bo, rd th.r yeaht Lida. are in ur mith. Es.. a was ha as well lai, t*' sh i t.* ' :t,,i aW sic 'k I
I 7tZ.!lii ', h;- at, we[I I Ii.I Ih I1
town for a fw daf.v aath,. ,.l.ainant.n th-esaid, har. r, ,, h,.,'
Launch, tlar. S tin. ... "1 -.......... BANNER DRUG STORE
Mr. B it llsar--. of Sestion. tnh. esi snil -,.lois,,issi,,srvmifor'- IA
came up Men.i :,y rnisi..n his Ihi, -.,. ii,. .,.- fully av -i-.l in th, prin' .,.., h,, ,I ,,. ., i IT I
launch, th St. S .A stian. ... , -. .. -. ,.,.r -.,. :l s .
Services ws ill he h, l lt ext .SI,,lsy h5 5. 5f' -," li: rail'oai l.,1 -;5 i i ... ... II "o.A I..,,t5
ev eni at l.i.J .I.l i :, 7i:. iht h i.'hrn .Titusville. Florida
-5 s'.'sl '~liss l thmt thse's'i l
.'ch;At St.. .i trsti N. 3- F,...t FANCY and TOILET ARTICLEI
Si : : .. . .... FUIME TSTAT IO-
Hrshissnt l al 1sit N. .. ....
Msr t.i,,s.i N I h ur shou.ohviolaion ha. i- '" S oa Water 1 nd ICci Crila i
f ro... l >air.'ui'.s >',,s ..... .l ii., i,,, isi ., si .... 555 "! F :' n P ure L ,''. o o, .,. s ,i,, .1
fros-s-a le s is.-. tl,,. oh, lits F'(h~.I Pure Dr'51-,- -Ji \- I.,
attending Unitt:and itlt in thf. sor f n N.
tilled the ,uilp a: the lhiapisit urch II, i t-it f Flori a. .
s)oth mornlinr ani I v.ningl i Ilst l' ani 0, 11t. d I i I ,. ii- iI esr 'i
oA nq'h-a'!,i" l MAC. 6; .O l I
it P I i i lio l 'i \ Y "- "... ."
;ii.S ,, l's's. ..... ..i..... .. I .. Geo. H., Fe'nald Haldware Co,

.rI" ani ;t -'. Mr-h.nflle- I";1' l t r\ IACicitu-aL SIm emnOPS

.M church next Tuesday evening u -,, l 1 ... ..... a' T.no.. i,,.,
at o'clock. tr ll ii invitedf ;n -. l ii ,r:, l. i i ,ll I o i i- -l, Ii,, i LE S i
Mrs. G. M. Bud h returned i .m I _-, '" *" lll iasl.' i -" .ll... Ih B.ILDERS H DRl .A'ii i&l O iIei l
-darl ir ll ir I ly .. illal irnl ,l r , 11 :
A Christm a s '.o...t .i.. n.l 'hriit- ..l..ll......elis i... .. -.. .'I ..... i .. .. ..i I .s . .iii 55 5 s Pssiim b n e a l W r
M. EI. church next lMeolay evening le y I-a"n. ss. t, Tihi-: s -i.d ', isri. / r

hler ,!ther" Mrs.T.t Jwly Iahh. o a .. Agricultural Implenments
returning to Rocklede for the win- nt tm. :,7-t, r k = t- t irt *.
ter, where Mr. Buld will be em-ts. ,i_ trofefa 4 on.* lhyrlarrh vhat .. .
loed in the F. E. C office. OaiOR *ss os"iil .. .1iiiii"t ...l ir-AN R D, aL RD A
The oyster supper, given byh t t.he i i 'I0ll ll1 n" Ju, IIlEYP ,,rT ..1...S OI
l a s t T ne u esd ay e.nin A b o lu t ,n .











6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 11104


EST FOR TIE .. 1010h11


i HARDWARE


w Jas. Pritchard & Son

SHandle the Finest Lines of

Yf) Heavy and Shelf Hardware i


.-r- -..nr Our Stock of =
.. "..... Guns and Sporting Goods
.ED TM K 1 ;l is complete at all times
Federal Control Of Coast walrl.
(Daytona Garette-News)r r
Many. o the..eaners of the Ga.ell. Paints and O ils of Q uality
News will remember that tabout a year
S..h shell ,wa being dh:eged one of our Specialties
:lom the Halifax River for u on the.
atreets at Seareeze and Daytona
Beah the matter a- brought to the Quotations for large or small orders v ill i
:la and the Council thought seriously o be given personal attention. Mali Ordt rs
prohibiting such action for the reason: solicited and promptly filled
:hat they needed all the shell on this
side of the river for Street bhildiag in TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
:he city. Finally a committee wa
tent to Jacksonville to consult an at-
-orey on the subject, and th atltr
neys opinion was that the city and
he property owners hal no rightd iD :
rice acliter, and that the feeral IT F A
O- c inuent hadcl the say so as to wht thc-
-hIe shell eould be taken.I
p A property owner on North ikalr
-rzet. hcu-iver. wrote to the S.etre. T eXi-et ytour luidf merehants tO Carrr a full A.,-k A4 c -
.tuhIbreer aand 6 prelar-l to tl you a few inmu ittf iliur. a t'c, zc
qcf War, and the following is the rltt few piec.rs of lumirer fotr viur onveniences. aId tihl n cl ,.
Nhich he recelved. The reply will n want a barrel of flour. asuit of clothes Or a carcoll f l4 h, II ,
Joubt enlighten our readers on thtl temni off for it?
noteic ticuted tluestiusc
h d questmi ion: tao her en h When your town neelds help. or a suibsriptio, l f,,r cc ic,. :..
h"io pcrmision han been yet n b wanted do you end to th e merchants away fr. .ii,,,.c cl
"his department to Melton & onnorocn ask for it ? If not. WHY? SuKtiroe you d-t pat -iiccl\ i,c0 c,1
:o dlrede shell from the Halilax rive for your goods at homte, you get it Iback. Ytour l.il s .,d 7
at Daytona la, and, so far as th h Mel pav taxel and aids in every local cause.
records of the office show, no applica
-ion for such permissioo hat bsee,
cade by them. But under date. oi WRlTIN TO DILA OLD SAWTA CLAUS. B TIME IS MONEY
October 4, 1906. the mayor of Dayton., --
Bleach asked permission on behalf oa A New Florida Enterpris. Another State Tragedy. & RA AM
Daytona Beach to dredge shell front (Peansacol JoltaL) 4a t.krionvillt Metrootsin ( i.
the Haitax riser for the punerpose PenaRcIla i not moag the plires John E ONeill.ta well known young 00 fc torted id 1r c 2itl IItt
street Consatruction, ant hby tletter of where men lookl lorward with poinmlo cOa. of Jrksuonvillt shot anl illci 5.
Novemtber 1c 190t, he was informnc .ti tremblino. On tihe onta. YorLcndon at Itll-vic a tows ctn tc ct l.rlc,
by the Seeretary of War that thr BefIcre lobtg, nlade plans go .all twr nacr Ora!..Toesday niht. Prom par- r.n the St i-vu .
S was no ohjection on the part of th Feanraoia will be headqli.ter. f or I ticu'als that hae el ached the .llMtro- at N-w ilivr. and -, *i-
War Department to the proposed dred $t.Oil00 g~n e.ra] morerantie tAouera. ,lllts offie the killine was without prov atYrne Ir.
ing. nila three storer in Pensaruoa al 16 oration PRI('En TO SUIT THE TIIEN
'The Federal government ordinaril- uLers in variolls cities anci towns in ONceil anti Mrclhniotm hacd somr fetrladlist.
has no ownership in the shore and the imomtdiace v clectste. words in front ol MleGehev & .UIcyo't lrrrt-t .a.
beds of navigable waters and. conse A wittolncsald and two retail etacco- store. when friends steparated theat TITUisVILIE Ann 1IAMI.
inentl.y the War Department Ca ...ents in fPnsrol.a. and ger. cal a'or.es, Afterwrdsl, it is rt.porlcd. youa l
grant no one the right to appropriat, in taie following pIaes. O'Neil! returned with a un ;ln deli EAST COAST T MAKE Tii
and remove seh property. The jnris orwtou, Evergrtcn, Greta.l.c Se- t rately shot M(l!endon throogh tho. i.i I
diction of the department Ina matter- -.ta. Ataor, Floraa in Alabalf an ; heart. kliltiln hiul instantli .Mrc .' O I gt .c .., .
of this kind obtains only for the p Mlltou. DeFunlak. Chipley, Mrliana. Clentlon was aboult ::ol ceiars of age and a
tection of na.igation ..terent. and a the Quiary Tallahlassee. tApal-aco had ll lived ilat Iile .vis nearl all of Florid nd t
action taken by the department is Madis. 3o, irello and Live O:Ck 1i his llfe. Ith m.en a tr.. singl..
simply by way of consent to the exee.n Florio. IDeputy Sheriff W. F Hultm. 0of west r i .,S ,, .-
tion of work which is judged will not heus points--prialps other-rs-mak Orala, arrested O'tNill. There is greatI
injure surh interests. she plan .. o far as loateion ,of atore feeling in Belhevi-wr .or the affalr. It lea '
Title to private property abutting !s Concerned. I seren ONeill was in Orala Tuesda:v .
eon naigable waters is derivedf ant The Journal can not give AdA the and got ttnder the illltcinc.cc oilf l o liall Kinds "i i'r'c ,ic,
eld under state laws. and if you ar uanaes of thote i -terestet. ror haer- n nent hono ant w qa qrll ie;llr coe. .ol t v lo ilt -s
the owner of land along the Halifax ill t ,e details of the plan icar* lowe io whi h his toulhhlctt with 0!rCltnd:'
river. 3our rights In the shore and the ao transpire, hnt a part of u the p:an. I rone. TITS In .
submerged soil below high water mark asIured of tlate-laloing. and tice pro OX.cill is qli. a unung man. and
are fied by the laws of the state, an enter andl his assoolatec say clh the. tas ioj t attainccl hic mtlnoric. tHr .. VT/AR TRI. c
can be asserted and maintained in th. dat-a asstlran of enough eo-opeatios vred for years with his widowed moth
loal court The War Delartmen o practieail. t aure th early cat..t.. r, a most estim cilch woman. at 119 FIR E
has taken no action, and will knowing- ation of hinr plan in its entiroty. Newnan cr.et. II, hoIld a porrion
ly tia'e no.e that will contr.n.t. a .to ,rac rd way. r h pl. rel- for... with .... oulbeto RAI.lwa
ipaitiir thc -e tIli Ti .che ariocc in I she olin- t existcing inccct,. an- ccnd l:t-Is has It-o ekiii for '. Insurance!
:.itc.1 by tlth aforlieS-id War fDet- ct pcttinig ic of aflitict:-at c.It-al Tceor-,t a Il on w n Ttl-UVLE c c i
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